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LAW. —The Advertiser, wishing to ARTICLE himself, and having been nine years in the profession, is desirous ef meeting with

LAW. —The Advertiser, wishing to ARTICLE himself, and having been nine years in the profession, is desirous ef meeting with

a gentleman who may be in want of a trustworthy CLERK, to whom a salary would be given during his articles; or he would takes situation to Assist in the General Business, and Manage the Common Law and Account. Satisfactory references can be giveo.—Address 0. P., Messrs. Wilkinso
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FOGS and DAMP AIR.—BARCLAY'S ASTHMATIC CANDY has, for many years, been proved an effectual preservative from the ill effects of

FOGS and DAMP AIR.—BARCLAY'S ASTHMATIC CANDY has, for many years, been proved an effectual preservative from the ill effects of

the togs and damp air which, in the winter season, are so prevalent in this climate. Its effects are to expel wind, to preserve the stomach from the admission of damps, and to relieve those who suffer from difficulty of breathing. —Prepared only by Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringd
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS UPPER MAID, or Lady's Maid, a respectable son, upwards of 30 ; understands dressmaking and millinery, and getting up

AS UPPER MAID, or Lady's Maid, a respectable son, upwards of 30 ; understands dressmaking and millinery, and getting up

linen ; has been accustomed to the care of house and would be willing to make herself u.seful. No objection to a sh or t distance in the country.—Direct M. It., 6, Little Windmill.street, H a y. market._ No otlicekeeper need apply.
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AS COACHMAN, a married Man, without incumbrance. Can drive toor-in-hand, and have a good character.—Direct R. S., Dieser'. Pearce and

AS COACHMAN, a married Man, without incumbrance. Can drive toor-in-hand, and have a good character.—Direct R. S., Dieser'. Pearce and

Co., coachtnakers, 103, Long-acre.
1 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GRESHAM LECTURESHIP IN MUSIC.

THE GRESHAM LECTURESHIP IN MUSIC.

The death of the late R. I. S. Stephens having left the lectureship in music, on Sir Thomas Gresham's foundation, vacant, the business of this week has been selected by the Gresham Committee for that competition on the part of the candidates for being his successor, by which the
18 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON MAhKRT§.

LONDON MAhKRT§.

(From the " London New Price Current" of Tuesday, Oct. li.) SUGAR—West India has fully supported previous prices, and in some instances an elvance of 6d has been obtained ; the market has been very lively, both grocers and refiners have purchased freely, and the pH, ate purchase
18 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A S LADY'S MAID, or to Wait upon Two or Three Young Ladles, or as Nurserymaid, where two are kept,

A S LADY'S MAID, or to Wait upon Two or Three Young Ladles, or as Nurserymaid, where two are kept,

a young Woman from the country, who understands dressmaking and hairdressing —Direct A. 8.. 5. Little St. Thomas Apostle, Queen-street. Cheapside. As LADY'S MAID, or Upper Servant to wait on young ladies, a respectable young Women, who can make dresses dress hair, clear ittstreh
18 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO MERCHANTS and Others requiring superior OFFICES, close to the Royal Exchange.—To be LET, by Mr. GADSDEN, TWO FLOORS, comprising

TO MERCHANTS and Others requiring superior OFFICES, close to the Royal Exchange.—To be LET, by Mr. GADSDEN, TWO FLOORS, comprising

capital offices, admirably adapted for a mercantile concern of eminence, eligibly situated on the west side of Old Broad-street; the entrance and staircase are distinct, and of a most respectable and commanding character.—For terms and particulars, apply to Mr. Gadsden, auctione
18 October 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
0:Bt A _ inendraper, Oxford -street, state- - shop to pay, as he said, a small ther's. The prisoner selected

0:Bt A _ inendraper, Oxford -street, state- - shop to pay, as he said, a small ther's. The prisoner selected

account, amount e d t o 14/ in PL Y over two check s on M essrs . 0/, and th e o th er f or 8/ . The di n au e oner, who left an or d er f or the g—tisi t to his apartments in Devonshire-Ll, en the checks were presented at the pronounced to be forgeries. te Parliament -st ree t,
16 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
POST-OFFICE.

POST-OFFICE.

1 The Earl of RADNOR, on presenting a petition from the principal booksellers of the city of London, praying the reduction of the charges both on the general and the twopenny post letters, said that the subject, he need scarcely add, was one in which the public to k a great inte
16 December 1837 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England