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25 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ECONOMY and BRILLIANCY in LIGHT.—NUNN'S VEGETABLE OIL, 5s 6d per imperial gallon.--THOMAS NUNN and SON, Grocers, Oil and Italian Warehousemen

ECONOMY and BRILLIANCY in LIGHT.—NUNN'S VEGETABLE OIL, 5s 6d per imperial gallon.--THOMAS NUNN and SON, Grocers, Oil and Italian Warehousemen

(and upwards of 25 years Purveyors to the Hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn), Great James. street, Bedford-row, beg to inform the Nobility and Gentry that the oil they have now on hand Is of a most superior quality it gives a clear, brilliant light, perfectly free from any unpleasan
25 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A LMANACKS, for the Year IS3B, printed for the COMr ANY of STATIONERS, to be published on TUESDAY, N o

A LMANACKS, for the Year IS3B, printed for the COMr ANY of STATIONERS, to be published on TUESDAY, N o

vember 21 st. Price Frauds Moore's Almanack 0 6 Coldsmith's Almanack 0 6 The Gentleman's Diary enlarged .. .. • • • • • • I 0 The Lady's Diary, en larged 1 0 Rider's British Merlin John Partridge's Alrnanack 0 g Moore's Almanack Improved Clerical Almanack 0 London Sheet Almanack
26 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

DRURY-LANE THEATRE.

Last night Shakspeare's favourite play of the Merchant of Venice was presented here, in which Mr. Ternan, a gentleman who is said to have attained to considerable prolincial celebrity, made his first appearance upon the Lonuob stage, in the character of Shylock—a part held in no
26 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DATENT LEVER WATCHES i With silver double-bottomed cases Jes 6 0 With silver huntingcases This celebrated construction (the most accurate

DATENT LEVER WATCHES i With silver double-bottomed cases Jes 6 0 With silver huntingcases This celebrated construction (the most accurate

on which a watch can be made) is now offered, with the latest improvements, I. e., the detached escapement, jewelled in four holes, capped, hand to mark the seconds, hard enamel dial, and maintainiiir power to continue going while winding up, at the above price, by T. COX SAVORY
26 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
GOWL AND'S LOTION.- This elegant Preparation, an Original Formula of the late Dr. GOWLAND, for Impurities of the Skin, and

GOWL AND'S LOTION.- This elegant Preparation, an Original Formula of the late Dr. GOWLAND, for Impurities of the Skin, and

first used in his practice as Physician to the Household of his Majesty George 111.. when Prince of Wales (1755), continues to maintain a repute commensurate with its specific properties of speedily eradicating every snecies of Eruptive Malady. Discoloration, &c., and of Preserv
26 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. GLEIG'S NEW WORK. Just ready, in 3 vois post Bvo, CHELSEA COLLEGE, AND ITS TRADITIONS. By the Rev. G.

MR. GLEIG'S NEW WORK. Just ready, in 3 vois post Bvo, CHELSEA COLLEGE, AND ITS TRADITIONS. By the Rev. G.

R. GLEIG. Author of "The Subaltern." "''se Country Curate," Sm. Richard Bentley, New Burlington •street. NOW READY. In 3 vols post Bvo. TROLLOPE'S NEW NOVEL, THE VICAR OF WREXHILL, With numerous illustrations by Hervieu. Richard Bentley, New Burlington. street. *,,.* To be had o
26 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. Thomas Stokes, Clevedon, Sumer setshire, itioholder, De, . 6, twelve, at one, at the

THE MORNING HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. Thomas Stokes, Clevedon, Sumer setshire, itioholder, De, . 6, twelve, at one, at the

Commercial Rooms, Bristol. Solicitors, Messrs. White and Whitmore, Bedford-row ; and Mr. Short, Bristol. William Pettilar, Nottingham, common carrier, Dec. 1, at eleven, Jan. 2, at twelve, at the Ram Hotel, Nottingham. Solicitors, Mr. Buttery. Nottingham; and Mr. Woiston, Furniv
22 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DEANERY OF BATH. -G.-.

DEANERY OF BATH. -G.-.

The following Address was unanimously agreed to at a full meeting of the clergy of the deanery of Bath,a few days since "TO THE RIGHT HON. AND MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD, WILLIAM, BY DIVINE PROVIDENCE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, AND METROPOLITAN. " With the highest respect for yo
22 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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22 November 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England