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BREAD-STREET WARD.

BREAD-STREET WARD.

MR. EDlTOR,—Having been absent from home, I have only just seen your paper of yesterday, which, I perceive, contains a letter signed "Thomas Moore," intended, I presume, as a reply to one addressed by me to you on the 28th ult. Mr. Moore does not attempt to deny any one fact, or
January 8, 1830 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Railways. ICAN. Clos. Prices. Buz4ines Don.. Illinois, 6 per cent. 18751 4.2 78 —BO Do., 6 per cent., 1815 ..

Railways. ICAN. Clos. Prices. Buz4ines Don.. Illinois, 6 per cent. 18751 4.2 78 —BO Do., 6 per cent., 1815 ..

4.6 82 •••• b 4 Do., Free Land, 1860 SS 90 80 Do., dol. 100 501d,15 paid .. 2dis— par 1 die Miehi. Can., cony., .. 96 Do., do 1869 .. 98 • 691 D0.,5.& N.lndiana 1885 .. 79 —Bl 80 Do., 100 dols. shares .. .. 90 —94 93 N. York Cent., 6p. ct. .. 83 DO., 7 p. C., COnver. 1864 951 N.
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RAVENHILL V. SMITH.

RAVENHILL V. SMITH.

- Mr. Craig moved for an injunction to restrain the defendant from possessing himself of certain farming stock and furniture mentioned in a certain bill of sale. The plaintiff's bill alleged that in February, 1854, the plaintiff borrowed 55/. and 50/., for which he gave two bill
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IN RE DUNIN.

IN RE DUNIN.

The bankrupt, Emile Dunin, better known as Count Dunin, was described as a machinist, of We.tbourne- terrace, Hyde Park, and whose mechanical figure of a "man," which could be dissected, excited admiration at the Great Exhibition of 1851. The bankruptcy took place in January. 18
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DOGGEPT'S COAT AND BADGE.

DOGGEPT'S COAT AND BADGE.

The following six young watermen were chosen, by lot, last evening, at Fishmongers' Hall, to contend, on the let of August, for the coat and badge bequeathed by Mr. Thomas Doggett, comedian, in honour of the accession Of the family of her Majesty to the throne of these realms :
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MICRCASTILE SHIP NEWS.

MICRCASTILE SHIP NEWS.

-wr NoricE TO MARINERS PORT PHILLIP BAY.—LIGHT SHIP, WEST CHANNEL. Chief Harbour Office, Williamstown, April 1, 1856. In accordance with an tice issued from this office, dated the . 20th February, the light ship has been moved about half a mile Bby W, from her former position, a
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
1 - 111 PROVED DEPOSIT, DISCOUNT, and SAVINGS BANK.—Five or Six per Cent. on deposits. Bills discounted to any amount.

1 - 111 PROVED DEPOSIT, DISCOUNT, and SAVINGS BANK.—Five or Six per Cent. on deposits. Bills discounted to any amount.

Annuities granted. CHAIRMAN.—The Earl of DEVON. MANAGER.—Mr. G. H. Law. Offices (Life Assurance Treasury), 6. Cannon-street West.
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BERNOUS a la BEDOUIN.—These graceful Arab Cloaks, the acknowledged novelties of the day, and which were first introduced by

THE BERNOUS a la BEDOUIN.—These graceful Arab Cloaks, the acknowledged novelties of the day, and which were first introduced by

the Proprietors of the Sponsalia, in magnificently ornamented styles for the Opera and Full-dress Costume, are now being made, at the suggestion of many of their noble patrons, in a variety of plain and elegant woollen materials, of beautiful texture, for the Promenade or Seasid
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE PARISIAN BONNETS, in the best taste, by first-rate artistes, and of the best and newest materiaIs.—EXCELLENCE with ECONOMY.— Bonnets

FASHIONABLE PARISIAN BONNETS, in the best taste, by first-rate artistes, and of the best and newest materiaIs.—EXCELLENCE with ECONOMY.— Bonnets

for the season at '2ls.; Glace ditto, 16s. 6d.; Mourning ditto, 14s. 6d. Bride's ditto. 215.; Bridesmaid's ditto, 12s. 6d. A great variety on view at J. and E. SMITH'S Show-rooms, No. 151, Regent-street, opposite Beak-street, Inventors mild Patentees of the Caspiato. or Folding
July 19, 1856 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England