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OXFOED JAUG URATION.

OXFOED JAUG URATION.

JULY 5. ;I:his clay a Convocati;•n was hell . in. the — Theatre , . . the honorary o - IYr Civil . La on the Noblemen •and , Gent tne6 . l -w4lote. mimes have been alreadS, mentioned in our Paper of yeilerday.. Lord Grenville,. as . cellar, opened Ilbuii - ne'rs of • the dai,at
July 7, 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A Youpg Luly, of relpeaable ie lrons thts to engage Govtrae.fs in a • frnall Family, or .Frencli Teacher irLa

A Youpg Luly, of relpeaable ie lrons thts to engage Govtrae.fs in a • frnall Family, or .Frencli Teacher irLa

genteel Sernwary. She is Competent to reath the Ftench and Englifh Languages grammatically, and ,Wriring, art.l has a fufEcient knowle(lge'of Mtific atienri to the prasc ot young beginners. The . rniA tatisfetory reference be given.— Letteis addreired (poll paiff) to. J. A. at M
July 7, 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A_ 11 . 4tnili• refpettlibility and genteel comiehioi)s, at the Weil End of the Town, deii . rous of receiving

A_ 11 . 4tnili• refpettlibility and genteel comiehioi)s, at the Weil End of the Town, deii . rous of receiving

as Inmates, cue or two 'Gentlemen. Tha treatment will be mound liberal. liwerior to fituations.—Enquiry to be made, or letteis a:lttretied (puft paid) to A, IL at Tanfley's China Sttop, Durfet:fireet, Portman•lquare. _ - _ .
July 7, 1810 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
out. The independent Shrewsbury and Birmingham line is mixed up essentially with the London and Birmingham, Worcester, and Wolverhampton line.

out. The independent Shrewsbury and Birmingham line is mixed up essentially with the London and Birmingham, Worcester, and Wolverhampton line.

The London and Birmingham line adopts the Shrewsbury line from Dudley to Wolverhampton. The great question there is the competition between the London and Birmingham's Worcester and Wolverhampton scheme, and one promoted by the Great Western, the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverham
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY COURT, March 20.

BANKRUPTCY COURT, March 20.

BANKRUPTCY COURT, March (Before Mr. Commissioner SHEPHERD.) • IN THE MATTER OF F. E. BLYTH. The bankrupt was described in his schedule cheater, in the county of Essex, porter brewer, al came up for his certificate. • He was supported by Mr. Hamilton posed by Mr. Cooke, on the par
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE RECTOR IN SEARCH OF A CURATE." In a Few Days will be Published,

NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE RECTOR IN SEARCH OF A CURATE." In a Few Days will be Published,

rrHE PARISH RESCUED; or, Laymen's I. Duties, Rights, and Dangers. •By the Author of "The Rector in Search of a Curate." London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly.
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW SONG.—" Softly ring ye gay blue bells." Composed by W. BAYLEY. "This is one of those fascinating cavatinas which

NEW SONG.—" Softly ring ye gay blue bells." Composed by W. BAYLEY. "This is one of those fascinating cavatinas which

falls on the ear with so much relish, and there is a spirit pervading the words, that for the want of many pieces of this description have been shelved. Mr. Bayiey's composition, too, is inimitable." — Blackwood. Also, by the same author, "The home of happier days ;"poetry by Mr
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TTHE NEW SONG—" Take back the Gems you gave me." By the Author of "We have lived and loved together."

TTHE NEW SONG—" Take back the Gems you gave me." By the Author of "We have lived and loved together."

Price 25., or with illuminated title page, price 35.; also, just published, "The Reconciliation." By the same popular author. Reader, have you been pleased with the ballad "We have lived and loved together ?" If so, purchase the new songs, " Take back the gems"and "The Reconcili
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
. _ WILMOTT'S, corner of Fenchurch-street and Gracechurch-street.—OGLEßY'S BOTANIC WAX CANDLES.—These newly invented candles, composed entirely of vegetable ingredients, are

. _ WILMOTT'S, corner of Fenchurch-street and Gracechurch-street.—OGLEßY'S BOTANIC WAX CANDLES.—These newly invented candles, composed entirely of vegetable ingredients, are

in appearance and hardness equal to the finest wax; they require no snuffing, are of a very pretty straw colour, and the price is only 12s. per dozen pounds.— Address James Wilmott and Co., corner of Fenchurch-street and Gracechurch-street.
March 21, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
'JAPES and Afllp"T CANAL, with a Contitt for 90 years, and 4 per cent. guaranteed by the Ca pital Z

'JAPES and Afllp"T CANAL, with a Contitt for 90 years, and 4 per cent. guaranteed by the Ca pital Z

' 4 - in 28,000 Shares of £2O • _ Deposit £2 per Share. V I tieh D IR ECTORS. Jenkins G.C.8., East India House. _ Knight ' " Esa Clarence-terrace, Regent's Park. " I w k i 4 as " 3 1 1 `Ta - ggart, Ba'rt., M.P., Manchester - square. .114:„40ore, Esq., Mill-street, Cheapside. Esq
March 25, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England