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CIVIL LIST.

CIVIL LIST.

• In addition to the documents embodied in our report, the following were referred to by the ci:ancellor of the exchequer In the cur se of his speech on the civilbst : CIVIL LIST OF WILLIAM IV. AND QUEEN. William IV. Fjer Majesty. £llO,OOO .. .£60,000 lit Class—Privy Parse .. ..
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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61.1 . , ftai,....,..... ,....,..... We have redeired 1 A letter, from which tinistry is at at con IN it immediate con but the Miguelites, thatterits, are still CC rninistry has at lei ePpointroents being end marine departments, 1 . °reign and premiel Cksar de Vasconcellos, take
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NINE O'CLOCK.- 'e‘lrt.eria , 1 inistry is PORTUGAL. ve received from our Correspondent at Li s bo n !!te from

NINE O'CLOCK.- 'e‘lrt.eria , 1 inistry is PORTUGAL. ve received from our Correspondent at Li s bo n !!te from

Which th e f o ll ow i ng i s an extract. Th e at last completed, and a change of measures In immediate contemplation. Lisbon was tranquil, but tn.hal , th e Miguelites, and some renewed attempts of the are still causing uneasiness in the provinces. LISBON, Nov. 18. tnistry has
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. pOR MADRAS, IsEmjAL, and CHINA—To SAIL to , Pi t h January, 1838, the splendid and very fast

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. pOR MADRAS, IsEmjAL, and CHINA—To SAIL to , Pi t h January, 1838, the splendid and very fast

ship KELI . .IE 1 ,418 t ons per register, built for the service of the Hon. East The ViVlD°ln„,,.PanY, has always been kept, and is now, in th e highelt order; u .CHAN, R.N. Commander ; lying in the East India Dyck. accommodations for passengers are spacious and elegant, and fi
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
. P" Iio SWAN RIVER, to uc hi ng a t th e C a p e o f G

. P" Iio SWAN RIVER, to uc hi ng a t th e C a p e o f G

oo d regular p ac k e t th —To SAIL early in December,e fast-sailing SHEPHERD Corn , burden 300 tons, GEORGE JARDINE Cokresirer ; lying in the London Dock.—For freight or passage apply to ,s s • P. C. E. and C E MANGLES, 27. Austin-friars; or to EDMUND REA D , , --SYDNEY Direct—
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
rf l o GROCERS and Others.—As CLERK, WARE- I HOUSEMAN. or TRAVE LLE R.—A young married Man wishes to obtain

rf l o GROCERS and Others.—As CLERK, WARE- I HOUSEMAN. or TRAVE LLE R.—A young married Man wishes to obtain

a SITUATION as either of the above; has lived in one of the first wholesale houses in the city, and travelled for a provincial house in the country; will exert himself to the utmost far the benefit of employers, and give own security to any amount.—Address Yl. 1)., Mr. Rigby's,
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MENTAL or OTHER INVALIDS.--A Widow Lady, who has been long accustomed to the care of Invalids, is DESIROUS of RECEIVING

MENTAL or OTHER INVALIDS.--A Widow Lady, who has been long accustomed to the care of Invalids, is DESIROUS of RECEIVING

a PATIENT under her charge. Her residence is quite retired, and situated in the salubrious district of Brampton, about two miles from town.—For particulars of address, apoly to Mr. Lewis, 113, Strand.
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE —FRIDAY. Vier.? is hut little new Wheat on sale, and the old granary samples are Ip•Id dimly at

CORN EXCHANGE —FRIDAY. Vier.? is hut little new Wheat on sale, and the old granary samples are Ip•Id dimly at

Monday's prices. In banded there has been A little doing, but the limits for pwchasing are generally too low to admit of any transactions. Barley is a slow sale on Monday's terms, and we do not alteration in Peas and Beans. There has been a steady sale for Oats.
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PIANOFORTES and HARPS for HERE.—Pianofortes, by Broadwood, Collard, and Tomkison ; Piccolos, by Wornum ; and Harps, by Erard, may

PIANOFORTES and HARPS for HERE.—Pianofortes, by Broadwood, Collard, and Tomkison ; Piccolos, by Wornum ; and Harps, by Erard, may

ke had on Hire, at CHAPPELL's, 50, New Bond stroet.—N.B. Pianofortes of every description, grand, semi-grand, cabinet, cottage, piccolo, and square, in mahogany or rosewood.
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
On the Ist January, 1838, will be published No. 1., Is 6d (to be continued every fortnight), PARBURY'S ORIENTAL HERALD.—This

On the Ist January, 1838, will be published No. 1., Is 6d (to be continued every fortnight), PARBURY'S ORIENTAL HERALD.—This

Magazine will contain Original Papers on Indian Matters, by eminent writer.; and the latest Intelligence, Commercial, Politica , ,Domestic, &c., from Calcutta, Madras, Bombay, Ceylon, China, Singapore, Penang, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Mauritius, Cape of Good Hope, Egy
November 25, 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England