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14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO FAMILIES, HOUSE AGENTS, and Others.—A HOUSE to be LET, genteelly Furnished, at the West end, in a genteel street,

TO FAMILIES, HOUSE AGENTS, and Others.—A HOUSE to be LET, genteelly Furnished, at the West end, in a genteel street,

near Portman-square, and if by the year upon very moderate terms. It is in good condition, and the furniture modern; it consists of three rooms on a floor, four attics, and garden. This is an advantageous offer to any person wanting a lodging house. It is low rented, and no prem
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ACOMPACT and singularly elegant DETACHED RETREAT, to be LET, expensively Furnished, at an easy rent, to a careful and respectable

ACOMPACT and singularly elegant DETACHED RETREAT, to be LET, expensively Furnished, at an easy rent, to a careful and respectable

tenant, with garden, coach - house, and stabling, 8, Craven-hill, Bayswater, within a mile of Cumberland.gate, consisting of eight best and secondary chambers, elegant drawing, dining, and breakfast rooms, with convenient tlomestic offices, for the accommodation of a respectable
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRUTON-STREET.—Spacious FAMILY RESIDENCE ii and Offices, with Stabling.—To be SOLD or LET , F urn i shed or Unfurnish ,

BRUTON-STREET.—Spacious FAMILY RESIDENCE ii and Offices, with Stabling.—To be SOLD or LET , F urn i shed or Unfurnish ,

a well-aii - pointed and spacious RESIDENCE , con talaing four large and lofty rooms upon the drawing room floor, with excellent dining room, library, and gentleman's room, numerous principal aud secondary sleeping rooms, two stone staircases, and very convenient domestic office
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HUNTING or RIDING.—S. K. SOLOMON, Breechesmakei and Tailor, has the honour to inform Noblemen and Gentlemen that us NEWLY-INVENTED SPRING

HUNTING or RIDING.—S. K. SOLOMON, Breechesmakei and Tailor, has the honour to inform Noblemen and Gentlemen that us NEWLY-INVENTED SPRING

DRAWERS combine all the advantages of a Riding Belt, and afford considerable security against rupture. The chief object is to support the abdomen, and check the increase of bulk. Gentlemen residing in the country will be informed how to transmit their measures, by addressing a l
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MAJOR RENNELL'S GEOGRAPHY OF HERODOTUS.—This day is published, in 2 vols Svo, price 1/ Ss boards, a New Edition, printed

MAJOR RENNELL'S GEOGRAPHY OF HERODOTUS.—This day is published, in 2 vols Svo, price 1/ Ss boards, a New Edition, printed

from the Author's revised copy, and containing the Original Maps and Portrait, of THE GEOGRAPHICAL SYSTEM of HERODOTUS examined and explained by a Comparison with those of other Authors, and with Modern Geography. By JAMES RENNELL, Esq., F.R.S. London and Edinburgh, late Major o
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- Lately was published, containing 56 mapskhandsornsly coloured and half-bound, Si 13s 6d, or with the maps outlined, Si 3s,

- Lately was published, containing 56 mapskhandsornsly coloured and half-bound, Si 13s 6d, or with the maps outlined, Si 3s,

I QMITH'S GENERAL ATLAS; containing Maps of all the Empires, Kingdoms, Ike., throughout the World:particularly describing the late discoveries of Parry, Franklin, and Lyon, in the northern part of Americr, and thee° of Denham and Clapperton in Africa, &c., together with separate
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
i g rte.. ° Improvable Copyhold Estate, Clapton, nearly equal being small and certain.—By Mr. MUSGROVE, a in , opposite

i g rte.. ° Improvable Copyhold Estate, Clapton, nearly equal being small and certain.—By Mr. MUSGROVE, a in , opposite

the Bank, on Thursday, Feb. 17, at Twelve t C I3 P Torder of the Exe cu t ors o f J o h n B r id e, d ecease d, o djoil; HE Crooked Bill e tt T avern an d T e a ton, and the exte ns i v e range o f St a bli ng and a c , 0. n .,11159'01 ing, occupying a large and valuable plot of
14 February 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO TAILORS.—WAN'rED a very talented YOUNG MAN as FOREMAN. Would prefer one having a business of his own, which, for

TO TAILORS.—WAN'rED a very talented YOUNG MAN as FOREMAN. Would prefer one having a business of his own, which, for

want of capital, or other circumstances, he might be indaced to remove, having a liberal interest allowed him for it, in addition to a salary ef a Foreman. Unexceptionable references will he given and (if by letter post paid) A. T., 357, Oxford-street.
01 April 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
EXCHEQVER BILLS.

EXCHEQVER BILLS.

£I,OOO 500 Small l9 22 pm. FOREIGN FUNDS. Brazilian Bonds, 5 per Cent., 554 5 Prussian Bonds, 5 per Cent.. 974 7 ex div. ex div. Colombian Bonds (1824), 6 per Ct., Spanish Bonds, S per Cent., 161 141 - ------ (1823), 5 per Cent. Danish Bonds (1325), 3 per Ct., 561 151 15 141 ex
04 April 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England