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'GALLOPADE, Mazurka, Waltzing, Quadrilles, 1 and and every other style of fashionable Dant:ing, TAUGHT by Messrs. WILLIS and GREEN, 41,

'GALLOPADE, Mazurka, Waltzing, Quadrilles, 1 and and every other style of fashionable Dant:ing, TAUGHT by Messrs. WILLIS and GREEN, 41,

Brewer.street, Golden-square. Private lessons at all hours to untaught or incomplete pupils of any age, wishing privacy and expedition. A select academy every Tuesday and Friday. A invEnile academy on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Also a select Quadrille party on If onday evenings.
February 11, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD. SATURDAY, APRIL 2.

THE MORNING HERALD. SATURDAY, APRIL 2.

punishment, in all probability, would be transportation for seven years. Thomas Gregg, the fellow who gave evidence against Richard Needham, who was accused of having set fire to some stables, and acquitted—the Jury believing Gregg to have committed perjury, was tried yesterday,
April 2, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO be SOLD by AUCTION, pursuant to a Decree of the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster,

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, pursuant to a Decree of the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster,

made in a Cause " Scott v. Dawes," before William hawe, Esq., Registrar of the said Court, at the house of Mr. John Wilson, the Bridge Inn, within Bolton-le-Moors, in the said county of Lancaster, on Monday, the 11th dap of April, 1831, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, and, on
April 2, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AGENTLEMAN having made a most important and scientific DISCOVERY, and one that will ensure to the proprietor a very considerable

AGENTLEMAN having made a most important and scientific DISCOVERY, and one that will ensure to the proprietor a very considerable

fortune, would be glad to meet with some gentleman, who would give his services, and having the command from 3,000/ to 5.000/, who would wish to make a safe and eligi ble investment. Tne employment would be compatible with the engagements of a gentleman, being purely scientific.
April 2, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
VENT, Miles Town.—To be LET,Turnished, L. In the pleasant village of Lewisham, near the Church, a HOUSE, consisting of a

VENT, Miles Town.—To be LET,Turnished, L. In the pleasant village of Lewisham, near the Church, a HOUSE, consisting of a

kitchen, was h.h ouse, two parlours, dining room, bed room, and two bed rooms above; also a small garden, suitable for a small respectable family, on reasonable terms.—Apply (if by letter, post paid) to A. 8., 20, Hatton-garden. TO be SOL,D by the Hen. Rev. Blackwood, No. 19, TH
April 2, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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........ ~... . _- • i - , • r % t of 1,134,947/, as stated yesterday. The mistake seems to have arisen, not from overstating the produce of the Customs, or any other branch of public income, or underrating any item of public expenditure, but in making a wrong estimate of the pr
April 7, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES-WEDNESDAY.

PUBLIC SALES-WEDNESDAY.

By Mr. ALLEN DAVIS, at the Mart. A leasehold estate, close to the Suspension-bridge.,Hammersmith, comprising the spacious premises known as the City Arms, including the water-side tavern, a separate public-house and tap, extensive cellaring, stabling for 12 horses, lofts, sheds,
April 7, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
T . . HE GALLOPADE, Mazurka, Waltzing, Q ua d r ill es , and and every other style of

T . . HE GALLOPADE, Mazurka, Waltzing, Q ua d r ill es , and and every other style of

fashionable Dancing, TAUGHT by Messrs. WILLIS and GREEN, 41, Brewer-street, Golden-square. Prl. vate lessons at all hours to untaught or incomplete pupils of any age, wishing privacy and expeditio n . A se l ect aca d emy every Tuesday and Friday. A juvenile academy on Wednesday
April 7, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TEA -DEALER'S SHOPMAN.—WANTED, a FIRSTRATE HAND for the COUNTER. If he has lived in a good Westend house, it would

TEA -DEALER'S SHOPMAN.—WANTED, a FIRSTRATE HAND for the COUNTER. If he has lived in a good Westend house, it would

be preferred. To prevent unnecessary trouble, country young men nor second-rate hands need apply. - Apply this and to-morrow morning, between 10 and 12, at Samuel Andrews's teas warehouse, 42, Old Bond-street, Piccadilly. Housli, MO be LET, FURNISHED, a s ma ll ed in the prefera
April 7, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
GENTEEL SPORTING RESIDENCE, Three Mil e from Tonbridge Wells.--To be LET, Unfurnished, STONE-COURT HOUSE, PENH URY, consisting of three sitting

GENTEEL SPORTING RESIDENCE, Three Mil e from Tonbridge Wells.--To be LET, Unfurnished, STONE-COURT HOUSE, PENH URY, consisting of three sitting

rooms, six bed rooms, convenient offices, cellars, chaisehouse, stables, and a good garden, with the privilege of sporting over upwurds of 200 of land, 100 of which are woodland, very desirably situate.— —Apply to , sawyer and Seorner, house agents, Tonbridge Wells. S. and S. ha
April 7, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England