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April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Esq., deceased.—All Persons having any CLAIM upon the ESTATE of the late WILLIAM FRANKLIN. of Kilburn, In the

WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Esq., deceased.—All Persons having any CLAIM upon the ESTATE of the late WILLIAM FRANKLIN. of Kilburn, In the

county of Middlesex, Esq., are requested to forward the same to the Executors, at the late residence of the deceased, or under cover to me, the undersigned, as their solicitor. Dated this 3d clay of April, 1839. . rIERBEAT STURSIY, 8, Wellington-street, London-bridge. ROYAL EXCH
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A RCHITECTURAL SOCIETY, Instituted, A.D. 11. PATRON—His Royal Highness the Duke of SUSSEX, KG., &c. PRESIDENT—WILLIAM TITE, Esq.' F.R S.,

A RCHITECTURAL SOCIETY, Instituted, A.D. 11. PATRON—His Royal Highness the Duke of SUSSEX, KG., &c. PRESIDENT—WILLIAM TITE, Esq.' F.R S.,

F.G.S., Notice is hereby given that E. W. BRAYLEY, jun. Esq.. F,R S., F.L.S., will DELIVER his FOURTH and CONCLUDING LECTURE of the present course In the SOCIETY'S ROOMS, on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, the yth of April, the subject of which will be " on those physical and chemical pro
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
rrO be SOLD, a DAPPLE-GRAY GELDING, 6 years old, 15 hands 3 inches high, with power, breeding, fashion, and rood

rrO be SOLD, a DAPPLE-GRAY GELDING, 6 years old, 15 hands 3 inches high, with power, breeding, fashion, and rood

action; is a magnificent phaeton or cabriolet horse, being shortlegged, compact made, and very active, with courage and docility; rides light in hand, and is master of great weight, sound, and without blemish. Three days allowed to try him.—At 50, Keppel-mews, 'forri ngton-squar
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HORSE, TILBURY, and HARNESS for SALE.— The Horse 15 hands 1 inch, steps very high. The Tilbury and Harness made

HORSE, TILBURY, and HARNESS for SALE.— The Horse 15 hands 1 inch, steps very high. The Tilbury and Harness made

last season. They are worthy the attention of any one wishing a first-rate turn-out. Also a very handsome Cab Phaeton Horse, has been constantly driven by a Lady.—To be seen by applying at Al r. ltimell's stables, 56, Dood-street.
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO PERSONS ABOUT TO MARRY.—You will do well to obtain (gratis) our "Guide to Persons Commencing Housekeeping," containing proposals and

TO PERSONS ABOUT TO MARRY.—You will do well to obtain (gratis) our "Guide to Persons Commencing Housekeeping," containing proposals and

estimates for furnishing house s of every class, with the price of each item, and to select from our immense stock.—PAINTER and Co., Manufacturing Upholsterers and Cabinetmakers, Finsbury -square. DESKS ELEVEN SHILLINGS and SIXPENCE EACH.—London-made Rosewood Desks, neatly inlai
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BOTTLED at OPORTo.—Arrival of the Harmony, being the 28th Ship from Oporto, with old Ports, in Portuguese chests of three

BOTTLED at OPORTo.—Arrival of the Harmony, being the 28th Ship from Oporto, with old Ports, in Portuguese chests of three

dozen each, bottled at the ancient Wine Lodges of Wye and Co., Oporto.—To uphold the patriarchal character of pure Port Wine, to extirpate the venal practices of flagitious and avaricious wine purveyors, to insure to the British community the unsullied growths of the Cima da Dou
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO. 36, OLD BOND-STREET.--Under the Patronage 1. of the Royal Famlly.—Mr. ELIA SOLOMONS' VOICE CONDUCTORS for DEAF PE itsONS have

TO. 36, OLD BOND-STREET.--Under the Patronage 1. of the Royal Famlly.—Mr. ELIA SOLOMONS' VOICE CONDUCTORS for DEAF PE itsONS have

been etninently successful in the most extreme eases of defective hearing; are worn Unperceived, being Onstructed on.a smaller scale than any hitherto offered, measuring only one quarter of an inch in diameter; possess the peculiar power of conveying the slightest sound with acc
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NEW AND CHEAPER Now ready, the Second Editim, complete in I thick Bvo vol., bound, price I6s, of C URIOSITIES

NEW AND CHEAPER Now ready, the Second Editim, complete in I thick Bvo vol., bound, price I6s, of C URIOSITIES

OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCE. By Dr. MILLINGEN. (Revised and consi.:erably augmented.) " This Is a very interesting work. It exhibits great originality, eon. siderable power, and extensive reading on the part of the authcr. The work is creditable to him as a medical scholar, and we can
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
To Coal Merchants and Otners.—Lease, stock, and Imp.ements in Trade and Household Furniture, Chester Wharf, Lower Beigrave-plaee, Pimlico.— try Mr.

To Coal Merchants and Otners.—Lease, stock, and Imp.ements in Trade and Household Furniture, Chester Wharf, Lower Beigrave-plaee, Pimlico.— try Mr.

FULLER, on the Premises, on TUESDAY, April 9, and t following Day, at El even , b y di rect i on of the Proprietor, T HE Stock and Implements in Trade of a Coal-Merchant, comprising two coal-barges, four powerful young cart. horses, two waggons, a cart, waggon and cart harness,
April 5, 1839 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England