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Stock East and West India 10 General Floating Pock r Stock London and St. Katharine . 100 Do., do., debenture

Stock East and West India 10 General Floating Pock r Stock London and St. Katharine . 100 Do., do., debenture

Stock Surrey Commercial Business i BuoinestPolo. 100 ! 124 128 2 5-16 I pm- 55 57 All - • 100 - •
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
STRAND.

STRAND.

. THIS EVENING, at Seven:I7I.IiIbOMESTICS: Mr. Parselle Miss Harland. After which, a New Burlesque. by H. J. Byron, WILLIAM TELL WITH A VENGEANCE: Messrs. Thorne. D. James, Fenton; 11 esdames Ada Bwanborough. Johnstone, Holt,Wea thersby, .tc. To conclude with DEAF AS A POST; Mr.
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CONTINENTAL INTELLIGENCE.

CONTINENTAL INTELLIGENCE.

ST. PETERSBURGH, OCT. 16. The Crown Prince of Denmark is expected OD Saturday next, to assist at the marriage of the King of Greece. Prince Michel Gortchacow, first secretary of the Russian Embassy in London, is appointed Councillor of Legation at Berlin. VIENNA, OCT. 16. There
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SIB PEREGRINE MAITLAND'S PRIZE.

SIB PEREGRINE MAITLAND'S PRIZE.

This prize, awarded triennially for th a best English essay on some subject connected with the propagation of the Gospel through missionary exertions in India and other parts of the heathen world, has been awarded to the Rey. William Saumarez Smith, M.A., Fellow of Trinity Colle
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. STONOR.-16th, at 78, South Audley-street, the Bon. Mrs. Stonor, of a son. STUDD.-13th, at Ballston Hall, Leicestershire, the wife

BIRTHS. STONOR.-16th, at 78, South Audley-street, the Bon. Mrs. Stonor, of a son. STUDD.-13th, at Ballston Hall, Leicestershire, the wife

of Edward Stud d, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ABBOT—GILBERT.-17th, at Cold Ashby Church, by the Rev. .7. H. Hanson, Mr. Joseph Abtott. farmer and grazier, Welford Lodge, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Gilbert, farmer and grazier, Cold Ashby. FISHER—WAY.-17th, at
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TIAVIS and Co 's 308. OVERCOATS, 13q. allwool Trousers, 21s. Walking, Riding, or Shooting Coats. Fur and Astrachan Vests, 10s.

TIAVIS and Co 's 308. OVERCOATS, 13q. allwool Trousers, 21s. Walking, Riding, or Shooting Coats. Fur and Astrachan Vests, 10s.

6d. Cut and made by the highest talent money can procure.-97, 99, and 101, Newington -causeway.
October 19, 1867 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL

Yesterday a Court of Common Council was held for the despatch of general public business. It was referred to a Committee to inquire into the expediency of completing the Collier Docks. The reference was made with the view of facilitating and eheapening the supply of coals to the
February 26, 1830 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IrvANTS a SITUATION, as BUTLER a respectable ImAly he has jusile a Pt yo o un o _g Man, aged

IrvANTS a SITUATION, as BUTLER a respectable ImAly he has jusile a Pt yo o un o _g Man, aged

34, who thoroughly understands his business, hiA ui r .e jy . tion to the country. Can take the managethent of brew- If rush warehouse — , 32, d can have .an unexceptionable Chara c te r from the b s e o s u s t g by letter, 0 1 ent!.setri:etoto,storfiodr)d..ls.trT4t Mr. Cock_
February 26, 1830 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
r) _ )2 No. 15,433. PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KING HOUSE OF LORDS.—WEDNESDAY. Lord Ellenborough's Divorce Bill passed throug mittee—to

r) _ )2 No. 15,433. PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KING HOUSE OF LORDS.—WEDNESDAY. Lord Ellenborough's Divorce Bill passed throug mittee—to

be reported to-morrow (this day.) Sir ALEXANDER GRANT, with other Member House of Commons, brought up the Transfer of and the Exchequer Bills Bill, (for 12,000,000.) Mr. BURRELL, Mr. JONES and others, brought up Commons, two private (road) Bills; all of which a first time. VACCI
March 10, 1830 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England