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IMPEDIMENTS IN SPEECH.—In consequence of the pathological investigation of those affections by Mr. POETT, sen., M.R.C. Surgeons, he has introduced

IMPEDIMENTS IN SPEECH.—In consequence of the pathological investigation of those affections by Mr. POETT, sen., M.R.C. Surgeons, he has introduced

a peculiar mode of CURE, founded on Physiological and Medical principles, the latter being directed to the restoration of the Nervous energy that all stammerers feel deprivation of, and on which restoration depends the power of correct and fluent enunciation, not only in colloqu
June 29, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. SEDDON be leave respectfully to inform Inn -road. They the Nobility and Gentry, that in consequence of the destruction

MESSRS. SEDDON be leave respectfully to inform Inn -road. They the Nobility and Gentry, that in consequence of the destruction

of their p rem ises in Aldersgate-street , by fire , in August last , they have ERECTED their NEW MANUFACTOR Y on the p remises fornserly occupied by the Light Horse Volunteers, in CALTHORPE-PLACE, Gray's carried on in Marlborough-street, under the firm of Morel and Seddon, in R
June 29, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BERLIN, SEPT. 14.

BERLIN, SEPT. 14.

(PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.) I dare say by this time you are informed, through the public papers, of all the melancholy particulars of the fall of Warsaw. I shall, however, give you what follo',l s at the risk of being charged with stating that which has been forestalled. As late a
September 24, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MINERAL SUCCEDANEUM for FILLING DECAYEP TEETH without heat or pressure, and INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETH without wires or other ligatures.— Monsieur

MINERAL SUCCEDANEUM for FILLING DECAYEP TEETH without heat or pressure, and INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETH without wires or other ligatures.— Monsieur

MALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentists, No. 32, GREAT RUSSELL-STREET, Bloomsbury, still continue, with the greatest success, to RESTORE DECAYED TEETH with their CELEBRATED MINERAL SUCCEDANEUIII, so universally recommended by the FACULTY of LONDON and PARIS. The operation of filling te
September 24, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. THIS EVENING will be performed THE GOLDSMITH. After which, the Opera of THE CABINET. Prince Orlando, Mr.

THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. THIS EVENING will be performed THE GOLDSMITH. After which, the Opera of THE CABINET. Prince Orlando, Mr.

'Plumer ; Whinisiculo, Mr. Harley ; Florets, Miss Wells ; Curiosa, Mrs. Hamby, To which will be added the Comic Piece called JOHN JONES. To conclude with the Comedy called BELLES, HAVE AT YE ALL! Or, More Flirts than One. Mall, Mr. Vining; Clertmont, Mr. Brindal • Sir Solomon Sa
September 24, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
T OFFICE OF UM (. - KTET-seiSsl. HE PRINCIPAL OFFIC ERS of his Majesty's „ O RDNANCE do hereby give

T OFFICE OF UM (. - KTET-seiSsl. HE PRINCIPAL OFFIC ERS of his Majesty's „ O RDNANCE do hereby give

Notice that they will SELL b y I'UBLIC AUCTiON, at the TOWER , on Nept. 27, at k 'even o'clo c k in the Forenoon precisely, SUNDRY LOTS of OLD STORE ; consisting of Accoutrements, Flints, Brushes, and Priciws, ditig, Clothing. Iron Bedsteads, Portable Forges, Fire Engin e an d H
September 26, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- - Valuable Estates, Clerkenwell, and St. George's in the East.—By PAULIN, SON, and HERNE, To-morrow, September 27, at Twelve,

- - Valuable Estates, Clerkenwell, and St. George's in the East.—By PAULIN, SON, and HERNE, To-morrow, September 27, at Twelve,

at the Auction Mart, opposite the of England, by direction of the Executors of Mr. Ri c h ar d Fi rth, deceased, A Valuable Dwelling House, with fore-court, garden, &c. most desirably situate No. 70, Wynyatt-street, in front of St. John's -street- road, Clerkenwell ; let on leas
September 26, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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STOCKWOOD -1-10 USE and FARM , situate in the Parish of Keynsham, in the Cpty of Somerset, Five Allies front Bristol ar d Sever] from Bath,—To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT the capital mrrsion.house called STOCK WOOD HOUSE, with the stables • coach house, olives, garden, and paddo
October 5, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
resume their former tranquility— ( hear) . tie wouni not fullow the Noble Earl (Grey) into the details of this

resume their former tranquility— ( hear) . tie wouni not fullow the Noble Earl (Grey) into the details of this

Bill, but he must say that, if he had thought it fit to go into Committee, the most objectionable of the details might have been found capable of correction—(hear). Yes; he repeated that, if its principle were such as to saiisfy him, the other objections might have been removed;
October 5, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD. WEDNESDAY. OCToBF,R 5.

THE MORNING HERALD. WEDNESDAY. OCToBF,R 5.

tween the success of the Reform Bill and a revolution, in duty as the constitutional adviser of tne Crown, he had only yours to avoid it. And tnus reform was se nesessicy ab an case of its failure. Such being the opinion entertained by held his office at the joint will of the Cr
October 5, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England