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VB. begs to assure Miss Ashley or Ashby, of the • Holborn Library, that her first letter has been received,

VB. begs to assure Miss Ashley or Ashby, of the • Holborn Library, that her first letter has been received,

b it, by a mistake, was destroyed; and, consequently, her proper address was lost. If she sends it again to Osaring-cross, it shall be attended to.
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OPENING of the LONDON and BLACKWALL .RAILWAY.—The Directors of the London and Blackmail Railway respectfully inform the Public that the

OPENING of the LONDON and BLACKWALL .RAILWAY.—The Directors of the London and Blackmail Railway respectfully inform the Public that the

RAILWAY will be OPENED for Traffic on MONDAY the 6th of July. At first the trains will ran daily, from each end of the line, at half hour intervals; commencing at Half-past Eight o'clock in the morning, and continuing till Ten o'clock in the evening. After a few days (notice of
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Amongst the French who escaped were two soldiers who were wounded. Whilst this was going on, the Arabs made attacks

Amongst the French who escaped were two soldiers who were wounded. Whilst this was going on, the Arabs made attacks

upon other points, so that the commandant of the camp of Donera did not know on which side to carry succour." Letters from Algiers of various dates up to 17th instant, quoted by the Courtier de Lyon represent the pettrattacks of the Arabs on isolated individuals and small partie
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
This diminution in the Rest, or surplus profits, is sufficient of itself to account for the late gradual decline in

This diminution in the Rest, or surplus profits, is sufficient of itself to account for the late gradual decline in

the prices of Bank Stock, without reference to other and extraneous causes to 'which attributed in some quarters, such as any impression made, and consequent action meditated, in the House of Commons' Committee on banking adverse to the interests of the Bank, the rumour of which
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS IN THE EAST. Mr. Entrort i —l send to you enclosed the copy of a letter

PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS IN THE EAST. Mr. Entrort i —l send to you enclosed the copy of a letter

addressed to Sir Moses Montcfiore, by a gentleman who has been very recently at Damascus. I hear that in consequence of a requisition signed by several of the most influential bankers and merchants of London, addressed to the Lord Mayor, his lordship has kindly consented to conv
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR MADRAS—The MARY ANN, burden 500 tons, CHARLES B. TARBUTT, Commander, will leave Portsmouth on the 10th August next. Lying

FOR MADRAS—The MARY ANN, burden 500 tons, CHARLES B. TARBUTT, Commander, will leave Portsmouth on the 10th August next. Lying

in the St. Katharine's beck. —For freight or passage apply to Messrs. Charles Moss and Co., 9 . Mark-lane; or to T. Havlside and Co Sun-court, or 69, Cornhill. '
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITISH QUEEN Steam-ship, for NEW YORK Direct.—NOTlCE to PASSENGERS.—Passengers leaving London by the South Western Railway, in the Ten o'clock

BRITISH QUEEN Steam-ship, for NEW YORK Direct.—NOTlCE to PASSENGERS.—Passengers leaving London by the South Western Railway, in the Ten o'clock

train, on Wednesday, the Ist of July, will be conveyed on board the British Queen, free of expense, by a steamer from Southampton Pier. All letters intended to be sent by this vessel must pass through the Post-office, and none will be received at the agents' offices. Parcels und
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
STEAM from LIVERPOOL to BOSTON, ca lli ng at Halifax to land passengers and Her Majesty's malls.—The British and North

STEAM from LIVERPOOL to BOSTON, ca lli ng at Halifax to land passengers and Her Majesty's malls.—The British and North

American Royal Mail Steam Ships, of 1,200 tens, and 440-horse power each— BRITANNIA, Capt. ROBERT EWING. A.CADIA, Capt. ROBERT MILLER. CALEDONIA, Capt. RICHARD CLELAND. COLUMBIA, Capt. HENRY WOODRUFF. In consequence of the determination of the Post-office to close the American m
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL, June 17, 1840.—The COMMIT TEE for LETTING the CITY'S LANDS will MEET at GUILDHALL, on WEDNESDAY, the Bth day

GUILDHALL, June 17, 1840.—The COMMIT TEE for LETTING the CITY'S LANDS will MEET at GUILDHALL, on WEDNESDAY, the Bth day

of July next, at One o'clock precisely, to RECEIVE TENDERS for LETTING in separate iota the following PREMISES, viz.—Ne. 1, Finsbury square, N 9,,, B r oad-street -buildings, No. 17, ditto, No. 6, Old-street, and ITtrnises behind, for the term of 21 years from Midsummer, 1840, a
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION at EARBY ACADEMY, near Richmond, Yorkshire, conducted by Mr. SIMPSON.—YOUNG GENTLEMEN continue to be BOARDE D and EDUCATED for

EDUCATION at EARBY ACADEMY, near Richmond, Yorkshire, conducted by Mr. SIMPSON.—YOUNG GENTLEMEN continue to be BOARDE D and EDUCATED for

Profession or Trade, at eighteen and twenty guineas per annum, including washing and books. No vacations, and no further charges except for clethes.—Cards, with references, to be had of Mr. S., who attends from Eleven to One o'clock daily, for a short time, at the Saracen's Head
29 June 1840 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England