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OARD ,OF GREEN CLOTH. ST. JAMES'S PALACE, April 14, 1897. NOTICE is hereby given that all Carriages coming to her Majesty's Drawing-Room at St. James's Palace, on Thursday, the 20th of Apiil, are to fall into the line at the top of St. James's-strret, come down the left - hand-s
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
V iCE CHANCELLOR'S t'Oun r—SATUILDAY•

V iCE CHANCELLOR'S t'Oun r—SATUILDAY•

IN RE WHITFIELD'S TABERNACLE. The VICE-CHANCELLOR, up.)n coming into court, stated that he had received an anonvrn. , us letter, rehting to the cause of the Rev. Mr. Taylor and \Vhitfi id's tabernacle in Tottenham- „ court-road, which tad already come before the court, and would
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DAVIES'S CANDLES, sid per lb; German Wax s Lights, Id ; Fine Wax, Is 6,1 ; Soap, 4&d; Extra Fine

DAVIES'S CANDLES, sid per lb; German Wax s Lights, Id ; Fine Wax, Is 6,1 ; Soap, 4&d; Extra Fine

Moulds, with wax wicks, 7d; Transparent Sperm and Composition, 2s Id; Ge nine Wax, 25 Id ; Yellow Soap, 425, 465, 525, and 56s per I t2lbs ; Mottled, ss, and 623; Windsor, Is 4d per packet; Palm, Is 4d; Old Brown Windsor, Is 9d; Rose, 23; Superior Almond, 25 6d ; Sealing Wax, 48
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LIRENCH LANGUAGE.—Monsieur DES JAIWINS L . begs to inform the Public that he WILL OPEN at his residence, 25 A.

LIRENCH LANGUAGE.—Monsieur DES JAIWINS L . begs to inform the Public that he WILL OPEN at his residence, 25 A.

Tayistock-place, Tavistock-square, on THURSDAY the DWI inst., a NEW EVENING CLASS for the tuition of a limited and select number of Gentlemen, who may be d.sirons of acquiring a speedy knowledge of the French language (a few vacancies). Terms, 2 guineas per quarter. Private less
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- TO CONNOISSEURS in FRENCH WINES, LIQUEURS, and OLD BRANDIES. -Messrs. FOWELL, BUD!), and Co., Bankers and Wine Merchants of

- TO CONNOISSEURS in FRENCH WINES, LIQUEURS, and OLD BRANDIES. -Messrs. FOWELL, BUD!), and Co., Bankers and Wine Merchants of

Boulogne, have the honour to Inform their friends and the public that their establishment is REMOVED from No. 1, Regent-street, to N. 4, CARLTON STREET, Regent-street, where they have the additional advantage of extensive cellars. Aware that many persons are deterred from purcha
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MO SPORTSMEN, COACHMEN, SADDLERS, and SHOEMAKERS.—JARVIS'S INDIA RUBBER WATERPROOF POLISH is decidedly superior to blacking for polishing boots, harness, cab-heads,

MO SPORTSMEN, COACHMEN, SADDLERS, and SHOEMAKERS.—JARVIS'S INDIA RUBBER WATERPROOF POLISH is decidedly superior to blacking for polishing boots, harness, cab-heads,

&c., as it requires no brushing, having only to sponge it on to produce a polish to resist wet and make it, in appearance, equal to patent leather.—" We particularly recommend Jarvis's polish to our sporting friends, who are desirous of preserving their feet dry and their bones
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Just published, price 6d, or 5s per dozen for distribution, CHURCH RATES. An ARTICLE upon CHURCH RATES ; to which

Just published, price 6d, or 5s per dozen for distribution, CHURCH RATES. An ARTICLE upon CHURCH RATES ; to which

is added, .a Notice of the Plan of his Majesty's Ministers for their Abolition, reprinted from the " Church of England Quarterly Review."—W. Pickering, Chancery-lane. Price 3s 6d, ON the PUNISHMENT of DEATH. By THOMAS WRIGHTSON. Third Edition, greatly augmented. • John Hearne, S
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
The late Earl Nelson's Mansion, Portman-square, an excellent Property for Investment. e F p O nl y e E th

The late Earl Nelson's Mansion, Portman-square, an excellent Property for Investment. e F p O nl y e E th

ß ey a ar n e d dir S e p te N n S by h tl a i e v s e . vtthev honoursurviv i ng t o underae IVl E q S us S il lt lt S th . the will of the late Right Ilan. William Earl Nelson, to SELL by A UCrioN, at Garraway's, on TuEsnAy, April 25, at Twelve, 43 per Annum fOr 26 years, ampl
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
----- • - - - Valuable Stock of Wines of a Gentleman retiring, No. I, Hungerford- W harf. MR. GEORGE

----- • - - - Valuable Stock of Wines of a Gentleman retiring, No. I, Hungerford- W harf. MR. GEORGE

ROBINS will SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway's Coffee House, Cornhill, on WEDNESDAY, May 3, at Twelve for One, most punctually, on account of the vast number of lots, The GENUINE STOCK of a WINE MERCHANT of long standing and high respectability, who is retiring from his vocation, an
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Copyhold Investment, Kennington. MR. MUSGROVE is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, TO -MORROW, April

SALES BY AUCTION. Copyhold Investment, Kennington. MR. MUSGROVE is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, TO -MORROW, April

18, at Twelve, a valuable COPYHOLD PROPERTY; consisting of a respectable family residenes, with garden, chaise house, and stable, cheerfully situate and be , ng No. I, li , nnington-green, the corner of Mon tford-place, and let on lease to a most excellent tenant, at 69/ a year.
17 April 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England