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Just published, in too, price 3s. 6d. boards, the Third Edition of A N EPITOM, or CHEMISTRY; wherein the rlA_Principles

Just published, in too, price 3s. 6d. boards, the Third Edition of A N EPITOM, or CHEMISTRY; wherein the rlA_Principles

of the S , nce are illustrated, in one hundred entertaining and ingtructive Experime s , capable of being performed without the aid of any Apparatus, except a v wine glasses, an oil flask, and a crucible, and unattended with the least nger . By thß.ev. JOHN TOPHAM, Of St. John's
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF STOCKS. Bank Stock 235 i India Bonds 76 pr. 3 per Cent. Reduced 95/ 95 South-Sea Stock 3pi

PRICE OF STOCKS. Bank Stock 235 i India Bonds 76 pr. 3 per Cent. Reduced 95/ 95 South-Sea Stock 3pi

r Cent. Con. 951 96 / 951 Ex. Bills 1000/. 34. 35 pr. Old 31 per Cent. Ex. Bills, 5001. 34. 37 pr. New 3i per Cent. 104 t Ex. Bills, Small 34 38 pr. 4 per Cent. 108 107/ Con. for Ace. 96 951 96 Long Ann. 13-16
May 23, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
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May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
JONES AND OTHERS V. MORRIS AND ANOTHER.

JONES AND OTHERS V. MORRIS AND ANOTHER.

Mr. PARKER moved that a receiver be appointed, and certaiii monies paid into Court, under the following circumstances : A person of the name of William Jones, by his will, in March. ISOI, bequeathed the whole of his estates, real and personal, to a person of the name of Morris a
May 2, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE.

To Morrow, King Richard with loroaster.—T nesd ay The Merry IVives f Windsor.—Wednesday, The H ypocri te THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT•GARDEN On Monday, King Henry IV. Part I. ; with the Spirits o the Moon.—Tuesday, Native Land.—Wednesday, Pride shill hay!' a Fall. THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLIS
May 9, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

There was nothing new at either of the Rival Houses last night ; the equivocal success of Mr. C. KEMBLE'S Falstaff has, it seems, excited the emulation of the " adverse faction," and "The First part of King Henry the Fourth" was advertised for Saturday, at Drury Lane, before the
May 9, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

The " melancholy rains" of yesterday had a sensible effect in thinning the benches at both houses last night, in spite of the attractive comedies which formed the principal ingredients in their respective bills of fare. At Drury Lane " A Cure for the Heart Ache" was the piece in
May 16, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
A alblesitie, T. Troughton, stationer, Liverpool, Hall, saddlers /led Barnes, saddler, . Liverpool, Dawson, perfumer Iledfoll,Mingay, saddler, Leeds, Todd, Independent

A alblesitie, T. Troughton, stationer, Liverpool, Hall, saddlers /led Barnes, saddler, . Liverpool, Dawson, perfumer Iledfoll,Mingay, saddler, Leeds, Todd, Independent

Paper liiLiport, G. Roberts, druggist Leeds, Marshall, coach-maker Bighton, Sanders, stationer Leeds, Bell, saddler, litistol, Hole, gunsmith Leeds, Lairtrii, ditto Bath, Adams, saddler . Lane-end, Palmer, tea agent Rath. Higman, saddler Manchester, Scofield, saddler bath, Thoni
June 6, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
MAGISTRATES' INDEMNITY BILL.

MAGISTRATES' INDEMNITY BILL.

MAGISTRATES ' INDEMNITY BILL. Mr. HERMES moved the second reading of this Bill. Mr. SPRING RICE said, that in the absence of the Right lion. Mover, he would not enter into a discussion of this Bill. lie felt great objections to it as coverin4private cases, one case in particular,
June 6, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England
 
BOW STREE r.-SATuR DAY.

BOW STREE r.-SATuR DAY.

Mr. Thomas Jarvis, an irrii;ortant loolcing personage, who s!ated himself to he a parish constable, aeting in his own right, apidird to the,niagistrates for redress, tinder what considered great ill usage from the police officers on Bow-street estublishment. It will he remembere
June 13, 1824 - Sunday Morning Herald - London, London, England