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TUTION, for the Relief of Distressed Artists, their Widows and Orphans. President-Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. SIR HENRY JAMES will preside at a Dinner, to be held at Willis's Rooms, St. James's, on SATURDAY, the 9th of May, in aid of the Funds of this Institution. The cost of the Dinner, including Wines, 17. 18.Tickets can be obtained from the Stewards or Officers of the Society. who also will receive notice of Donations, to be announced at the Dinner.
JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS, R.A., Hon. Secretary.
FUND.-The EIGHTYFIFTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER of the Corporation will take place, at Willis's Rooms, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th of May. The Right Hon. LORD COLERIDGE, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, in the Chair. The Stewards will be announced in future advertisements. OCTAVIAN BLEWITT, Secretary.
No. 10, John-street, Adelphi, W.C.
ROYAL INSTITUTION of GREAT BRITAIN,
ALBEMARLE-STREET, PICCADILLY, W.
Professor W. RUTHERFORD, M.D. F.R.S.-Six Lectures On the
WALTER NOEL HARTLEY, Esq. F.C.S.-Four Lectures On the Atmosphere and its Relations to Life,' on THURSDAYS, April 16th to May 7th.
NEVIL STORY MASKELYNE, Esq. M.A. F.R.S., Keeper of the Mineral Department, British Museum.-Four Lectures On Physical Symmetry in Crystals,' on THURSDAYS, May 14th to June 4th.
Professor J. R. SEELEY, M.A.-Three Lectures, on SATURDAYS,
Subscription to each of these Courses, Half-a-Guinea;
The FRIDAY EVENING MEETINGS will be resumed on April 17th, at 8 o'clock. The Discourse will be given by Mr. W. SPOTTIS WOODE, the Secretary, On the Composition of Colours by Polarized Light,' at 9 P.M. The succeeding Discourses will probably be given by Mr. C. W. Merrifield, Professor Rolleston, Mr. Sedley Taylor, Mr. C. William Siemens, Professor Clifford, the Dean of Westminster, and Professor Burdon Sanderson.
To the Friday Evening Meetings Members and their Friends only are admitted.
Gentlemen desirous of becoming Members are requested to apply to he Secretary. Candidates when proposed are immediately admitted to all the Lectures, to the Friday Evening Meetings, and to the Library and the Reading Rooms; and their Families are admitted to the Lectures at a reduced charge. Payment:-First year, Ten Guineas; afterwards, Five Guineas a year;-or a composition of Sixty Guineas.
SOCIETY (President, Dr. CHARNOCK, F.S.A.) meets at 37. ARUNDEL-STREET, Strand, on the First and Third TUESDAYS of each Month, at 8 P.M. Papers for APRIL 7:-1. Prehistoric Antiquities of the Caucasus,' by Dr. KOPERNICKI, Translated by Dr. BARNARD DAVIS, F.R.S. F.S.A.; 2. Roumanian Gypsies'; The Gypsy Dialect called Sam,' by the President.
CREMATION SOCIETY.-Cremation having now
been performed with perfect success, a Society has been constituted on the basis of the following Declaration, which has been influentially signed :
"We disapprove the present custom of Burying the Dead, and desire to substitute some mode which shall rapidly resolve the body into its component elements by a process which cannot offend the living, and shall render the remains absolutely innocuous. Until some better method is devised, we desire to adopt that usually known as Cremation." All persons desirous of joining the Society or of promoting its objects, are requested to send their Names to the Secretary, WM. EASSIE, Esq., C.E., 1, Great Winchester-street-buildings, E.C.
AUTOTYPE FINE-ART GALLERY ON VIEW,
PERMANENT FAC-SIMILES, Prints from the Works of the Great Masters in the Continental and Home Galleries.-36, Rathboneplace (next to Winsor & Newton's).
MDLLE. ROSA BONHEUR'S important DRAW
INGS, A Stampede' and 'The Straits of Ballachulish,' are now ON EXHIBITION at Pilgeram & Lefèvre's Gallery, 1A, Kingstreet, St. James's, from Ten to Five.-Admission on presentation of address card.
- THIRTIETH SEASON. TUESDAYS, at Half-past Three, April 21, May 5, 19, June 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30. Subscription, including Programmes, Two Guineas. Papini and Sarasate, Violinists, first time in England, with Wiener, Wafaelghem, and Laserre. Pianists, Duvernoy and Alfred Jaell, &c., are engaged. Hon. Tickets issued next week-Nominations of Members to be sent to J. ELLA, Director, 9, Victoria-square.
LONDON INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1874.
JUNIOR OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE CLUB,
Grafton-street, Piccadilly. Established for Members of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Trinity College, Dublin, exclusively. Full particulars upon application to the SECRETARY.
EOLOGY.-SIX LECTURES, adapted to a Juvenile Audience, will be given by Prof. TENNANT, at his Residence, 149, Strand, W.C., in the Easter Holidays, April 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, at 11 AM. and 3 P.M.
Terms-Half-a-Guinea for the Course; Five Shillings for Children of Fellows of the following Societies: Geological, Zoological, Chemical, Royal Microscopical, Royal Geographical, Royal Horticultural, Geologists' Association, and Society of Arts.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION in GEOLOGY and MINERALOGY can be had at 149, Strand, by those unable to attend Public Lectures.
READING ALOUD. Miss EMILY FAITHFULL
continues her PRIVATE LESSONS and CLASSES for Home Reading, Public Speaking, Pronunciation, English Composition, &c. RESIDENT PUPILS received for a term of six or eight weeks. LECTURES ON ELOCUTION, English Literature, Poetry, and Art, given by arrangement at Literary Institutes. Apply to SECRETARY, 50, Norfolk-square, Hyde Park, London.
THE MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL MEDICAL
COLLEGE.-Summer Session, 1874.-LECTURES will COMMENCE on FRIDAY, May 1.-For Prospectus, containing information as to Fees, Entrance, and other Scholarships, Clinical Appointments, &c., apply to ROBERT KING, B.A. M.B., Dean.
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL
SCHOOL.-The SUMMER SESSION commences on MONDAY, May 4.-Prospectuses and full particulars may be obtained on application, personally or by letter, to the TREASURER OF DEAN of the SCHOOL, at the Hospital.
LADIES' ASSOCIATION for the EDUCATION
of WOMEN for the MEDICAL PROFESSION.
A SCHOLARSHIP of 301., tenable for Three Years, is offered by this Association to a Lady preparing to enter the Medical Profession.--For conditions, &c., apply to the Hon. Sec., Miss BAILEY, 34, Monumentlane, Birmingham.
MASTER is REQUIRED for this School at the end of the current Session.-Applications and Testimonials must be sent to Mr. ALEXANDER BROWN, Clerk to the Directors, 4, North-street, Dand-street, Edinburgh, on or before 20th April next.
THE WARDENSHIP of the Church of England
Hall of Residence for Students attending the OWENS COLLEGE, MANCHESTER, will be VACANT at Midsummer next. Candidates for the Office are requested to address the SECRETARIES, W. H. Houldsworth, Esq., Oak Hill, Cheetham. Manchester, or Rev. E. J. Hone, Warden, 174, Plymouth-grove, Manchester.
of PRINCIPAL will become VACANT on the 1st of April next. Candidates, who must be Clergymen in full Orders of the Church of England and Graduates of Oxford or Cambridge, are requested to send in to the SECRETARY, at the College, Cheltenham, not later than April 14th, Twenty-five copies of Testimonials.
The fixed Salary is 800l. per annum, which is augmented by a Capitation fee of 21 per Boy on every Boy above 200. The present numbers are 663. The Council are endeavouring to procure a Residence for the Principal, and until one be found, an equivalent in house-rent will be given. Further particulars on application to the SECRETARY, at the College, Cheltenham.
E. H. PLUMPTRE, M.A., Dean. COLLEGE, DUBLIN.
The PROVOST and SENIOR FELLOWS of TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN, will proceed, on SATURDAY, 18th April next, to elect a PROFESSOR of ASTRONOMY, in place of Dr. Brunnow, who is about to resign the office. The Salary is 700l. a year, subject to a charge of 901. a year for an Assistant. The Professor has also the use of a House and Fifteen Irish Acres of Land, free of Rent and Taxes. -Application to be made to the REGISTRAR before the 11th of April. March 11, 1874. ANDREW S. HART, Registrar.
LEAMINGTON COLLEGE.The next Term
commences on MAY 8th. There are Scholarships at the College and to the Universities. The Terms of the Boarding-House are 70 and 80 Guineas; for Sons of Professional men, 10 Guineas less. These charges include the College Fees-For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Rev. JOSEPH WOOD, the Head Master; or to the Rev. J. S. RUDDACH, Chaplain and House Master.
WESTERN COLLEGE, BRIGHTON. Principal-Dr. W. PORTER KNIGHTLEY, F.C.P. The Pupils of this long-established School enjoy the highest Educational advantages in preparing for Mercantile life, as well as for the various Competitive Examinations, whether of the Oxford and Cambridge Local, the University Matriculation, the Civil Service, the
REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER
HYDE PARK COLLEGE for LADIES,
115, GLOUCESTER-TERRACE, Hyde Park. The JUNIOR TERM begins April 13th. The SENIOR TERM, April 29th.
Prospectuses, containing terms, &c., may be had on application to the LADY PRESIDENT.
ADIES' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION, in connexion with University College, London -SUBJECTS for SUMMER SESSION, beginning MONDAY, April 13:ENGLISH LITERATURE (Prof. Morley)- Morning Class: Ten Lectures on Milton's Poems. Evening Class: Eight Lectures on the Study of English.
FRENCH LITERATURE (Prof. Cassal)-Eight Lectures on the Literature and History of France during the Revolution. ITALIAN (Prof. Volpe)-Eight Lectures on Dante, and on the Lan guage and Literature.
LOGIC (Prof. Robertson)-Eight Lessons on Inductive Logic. FRENCH HISTORY (Prof. Beesly)-Five Lectures on the Reign of Louis Philippe.
ENGLISH HISTORY (Prof. Bund)-Eight Lectures: 1. General Course, from the Accession of Henry VII.; 2. Special Course, On the Reigns of William III. and Anne.
Prospectuses to be had in the Office at the College; or of J. E. MYLNE, Esq., 27, Oxford-square, Hyde Park, W.
DEVON and CORNWALL GIRLS' SCHOOL
The Council of this School are prepared to receive Applications for the Appointment of HEAD MISTRESS. It is requested that Applications may be sent in before the 15th of April next. Further information may be obtained of the Hon. Secretaries, Rev. J. METCALFE, M.A., Christ Church Vicarage, Plymouth. Rev. F. E. ANTHONY, M.A., 13, Woodland-terrace, Plymouth.
ELLINGTON HOUSE, GREAT MALVERN. OPEN for the Summer Term on the 17th APRIL.-For particulars apply to Mrs. JAY, Wellington House.
DUFFIELD HOUSE, Lower Norwood, Surrey.
-The ensuing TERM will commence (D.V.) the 2nd of MAT. Fees inclusive. Masters attend for Literature. Music, Singing, Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics, and the German and Italian Languages. English and Parisienne Resident-Governesses. Prospectuses on application.
ADIES' SCHOOL.-First-class BOARD and number of Pupils, Daughters of Clergymen and Professional Men taken at greatly reduced terms. Highest references. Address X. Y. V., Messrs. Deacon's, Leadenhall-street, London.
HOUSE, WESTON-SUPER-MARE.-Principals: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. SMITH and Miss FERRIS.-The Course of Study is adapted to the Standard of the Cambridge Local Examinations, and is under the personal supervision of Mr. H. B. Smith and Miss Ferris, who have had considerable experience in Teaching, and have successfully passed Pupils at the Cambridge and Oxford Local Examinations.
EDUCATION. SEA-SIDE (WORTHING).-Prepara
tion for Public Schools and Universities, Military and Civil Ser. vice Examinations, by the late Principal of a Public School, in connexion with the London University, assisted by a Cambridge Wrangler; Modern Languages taught and spoken.-Letters may be addressed to C. R., care of Messrs. Rivington, Waterloo-place, London.
Mrs. CATTERUS, of Gatefield House, College Park, Lee, RECEIVES a FEW YOUNG LADIES only for Board and Education. Terms moderate. Professors in daily attendance. Lofty Rooms, large Recreation Grounds, Hot and Cold Baths, Diet unlimited.-For Prospectuses, address LADY PRINCIPAL.
[OME CARE and EDUCATION for a Young LADY, under a superior Foreign Governess, in a Beneficed Clergyman's Family, in Hampshire.-Address Rev. H. C. HAWTREY, Rectory, Nursling, Southampton.
LADY, who Paints in Oil, desires Daily Situation,
in London or Neighbourhood, as ASSISTANT to ARTIST, or Copyist of the Old Masters. Work shown. Terms moderate.-Address X., Post-office, Hornsey, N.
MORNING CLASSES for the SONS of GENTLE
MEN only, conducted by Miss M. J. SPRATT (Associate of Queen's College, Harley-street), at 10A, Mount-street, Berkeley-square, W.-EASTER TERM commences on THURSDAY, April 16th.
A CAMBRIDGE GRADUATE, Wrangler and
Classical Scholar, experienced in Tuition, PREPARES CANDIDATES for the Public Service and the Universities.-Address E. R., 11, Norfolk-road, St. John's Wood, N.W.
TUTOR TO TRAVEL.-WANTED, a Gentleman,
of not more than 35 years of age, as TRAVELLING COM PANION and TUTOR, to go Abroad with a Young Gentleman, about 19, for an extended Tour. He must be a well-educated and practical man, with a good knowledge of Travel and Languages, and a member of the Church of England -Address, with references, &c., to Messrs. PARRY & SON, Solicitors, 23A, King-street, Manchester.
FRENCH and GERMAN LANGUAGES.
Gentleman is desirous of sending abroad a Public School Boy, 15 to 16 years of age, to acquire the above languages, He would be extremely obliged to any parent writing to him who had been successful in placing his own son in a good Lycée, Pension, or College, where his moral and religious training (Protestant) had been conscientiously cared for.-A. B., 139, King Henry's-road, London, N. W.
Military Colleges, or Direct Commissions, in all of which Dr. Knight A GENTLEMAN, of ten years' experience in Teach
have taken high places in the Honour List.
In addition to the intellectual and moral training, superior health conditions are secured by all the appliances of a well-arranged resi dence in this favourite Watering-place. Prospectuses of terms and class-lists may be obtained by application to the PRINCIPAL, personally or by letter.
ing, desires to receive SIX BOARDERS, to prepare for Public Schools, London University, Military and Civil Service Examinations, or Mercantile Life. Particular attention paid to English, Geometrical and Mechanical Drawing, and Natural Science. Situation healthy and agreeable. Terms, &c. on application.-Address RD. P. WARD, Bilton, Harrogate
AN OPPORTUNITY is now offered to a YOUNG
GENTLEMAN, of good education, to obtain a thorough Commercial and Scientific knowledge of the CHEMICAL and DRUG TRADE-Address W. A. B., care of Housekeeper, 150, Leadenhalltreet, City.
GENTLEMAN, taking his Boarders into the Country, wishes TO DISPOSE OF the GOODWILL of a small SELECT DAY-SCHOOL.-A. B., 1, Cathcart-road, S. W.
PUBLIC LIBRARIES ACTS.-WANTED, by
a LIBRARIAN, who has had fourteen years' experience, and has been engaged in the formation of one of the most successful Libraries in the Provinces, a similar Engagement for one or two years, or a subordinate Appointment in Town -For high-class testimonials, apply to X. Y. Z, the Circle Office, 107, Fleet-street, E.C.
ITERARY.-An English Lady, who can Translate
is anxious to obtain Employment as TRANSLATOR. Address, for particulars, to M. C., Mr. Jakeman's, High Town, Hereford.
LITERARY-A Gentleman, recently con
nected with the Press, is desirous of the EDITORSHIP of a MAGAZINE.-Address J. R. D., Arundel Club, Salisbury-street, Strand.
LITERARY JOURNAL for DISPOSAL.-An
Established High-class MONTHLY JOURNAL of Literature and the Drama to be DISPOSED OF on very easy terms. Whole or half share by arrangement; well worthy the attention of independent Gentlemen of Literary taste.-Further particulars on application to W. H., 48, Sydney-street, Brompton, S.W.
WANTED, a Situation in a NEWSPAPER OFFICE, as
CLERK or JUNIOR REPORTER, by a Young Man, aged 25, Shorthand Writer. Unexceptional references. C. D., 51, Arthurroad, Hornsey-road, N.
WANTED, immediately, for a new Weekly High
class Journal, of Conservative Politics, a SUB-EDITOR and CHIEF REPORTER, who knows something of the Management of a Paper, and would give assistance in the Advertising Department. To a young man of sobriety and energy, the Situation might offer superior ultimate advantages. Salary, 150l. per annum.-Address W., Gazette Office, Birmingham.
TO JOURNALISd on the An experienced and able
known books, desires a RE-ENGAGEMENT as SUB-EDITOR, Leader Writer, or in other literary capacity. Perfect knowledge of French. Highest references. - Address AUTHOR, care of Mr. Matthews, 6, Mulgrave-street, Plymouth.
AN EXPERIENCED VERBATIM REPORTER,
Descriptive and Original Writer, and good Paragraphist, now The engaged on a London Daily, desires another Appointment. Editorship of a Country Weekly preferred Highest testimonials and references.-0. D., 4, Brunswick-street, Barnsbury-road, N.
COMMISSION PUBLISHERS. - Messrs. PRO
VOST & CO., having had many years' experience as above, are prepared to undertake the Publication of Books, Pamphlets, Magazines, Periodicals. &c., on the most liberal terms. Estimates forwarded on application.-The Search for a Publisher,' 7th Edition, sent post free for twelve stamps.-36, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, W.C.
PUBLICATION of EDUCATIONAL WORKS.
-All AUTHORS desirous of bringing their WORKS under the direct notice of the SCHOLASTIC PROFESSION, are informed that RELFE BROTHERS have unusual opportunities of assisting them in this respect, as their Travellers, who visit the greater part of England twice a year, call on all the principal Educational Establishments in the Kingdom, and by this means introduce, in the most efficient way, all Books committed to their care. 6, Charterhousebuildings, Aldersgate, E.C.
WA. HAMILTON'S CATALOGUE of Curious
and Scarce BOOKS, including the remaining Portion of the late JOHN REID, Esq., many relating to America, East and West Indies, Quakerism, &c, may be had on receipt of one stamp.-Address 25, Norfolk-terrace, Westbourne-grove, London, W.
LD BOOKS.-NATTALI & BOND'S NEW CATAevery Class of Literature, is now ready, post-free, for one stamp.Libraries purchased. 23, Bedford-street, Covent-garden, W.C.
WALTON & COTTON'S ANGLER, Pickering's
Miniature Edition of 1825, with Woodcuts, 48mo. cloth, new, 28 6d; Stothard's Life, 4to. 88. 6d.; and 4,000 other Books, on Sale by HENRY SUGG, 32, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden.
WORKS.-A good Copy of this Collection of Historical Prints (dedicated to the King), engraved from Pictures by the most celebrated Painters of the Roman, Florentine, Lombard, Venetian, and other Schools, with Descriptive Remarks on the same, by Sir ROBERT STRANGE, atlas folio, 50 beautiful Engravings after the Old Masters, fine and brilliant impressions (pub. at 731 108.), half morocco, gilt edges, to be sold for 361. cash.-Apply at once to
BERNARD QUARITCH, 15, Piccadilly, London.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.-Persons having the above to SELL can apply with them, or if forwarded by post. their value will be sent per return. Messrs. BROWNING, 11, Booth-street, Piccadilly, Manchester; and 5, Chilworth-street, London, W.
SEE MUDIE'S, CLEARANCE CATALOGUE FOR APRIL, Enlarged to 32 pages.
New Edition now ready. Postage-free on application. The CLEARANCE CATALOGUE for APRIL contains Forster's Life of Dickens, 3 vols. half calf extra, 328.-Dixon's Two Queens, 4 vols. half calf extra, 458.-Atkinson's Art Tour in Northern Capitals -Bruhn's Life of Humboldt-Baker's French Society-French Home Life-Boyle's Camp Notes-Castelar's Old Rome Dyer's Ancient Athens-Life of Professor Forbes-Whitehurst's Court Life under Napoleon III-Stauley's Travels in Search of Livingstone-Life of Dean Alford-Chesney's Essays in Military Biography-Dr. Dasent's Essays Miss Edwards's Rambles among the Dolomites - Personal Life of George Grote-Alcestis-The Parisians - Lady Hester Against the Stream-The Prescotts of Pampillon-Kenelm Chillingly-Old Kensington - The Pillars of the House Nancy and nearly Two Thousand other Popular Books at the lowest current prices.
Prospectus post free. Catalogue, 3d., post free.
LIBRARIES, 307, Regent
street, W.-Subscriptions from One Guinea to any amount, according to the supply required. All the best New Books, English, French, and German, immediately on publication. Prospectuses, with Lists of New Publications, gratis and post free.-** A Clearance Catalogue of Surplus Books offered for Sale at greatly reduced prices, may also be had, free, on application.-BoorH'S, CHURTON'S, HODG SON'S, and SAUNDERS & OTLEY'S United Libraries, 307, Regent-street, near the Polytechnic.
BOOKS BOUGHT, however many or few, and
their utmost value given in CASH, thus avoiding all delay and expense in realization. Libraries arranged, Catalogued, and valued.Apply to W. SKEFFINGTON, 163, Piccadilly, W.
Established over 30 years.
BOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the utmost
price given for them in cash, saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense of auction, by a Second-hand Bookseller. Thirty years of Newgate-street. 20,000 Volumes of Books. Catalogues for one stamp. Manuscript Sermons bought or sold.-THOMAS MILLARD, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, near Ludgate-hill.
THE RESTORATION of PAINTINGS, or any
WORK necessary to their PRESERVATION, effected with every regard to the safest and most cautious treatment, by MATTHEW THOMPSON, Studio, 25, Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, W.
WOOD ENGRAVING TAUGHT by an able
PROFESSOR, the Author of two Handbooks on the Art.For terms apply to Mr. GILKS, 11, King's-road, Bedford-row, London. WOOD ENGRAVING.-Mr. GILKS, Author of two Handbooks on the Art, gives PRIVATE LESSONS, at his Studio, 11, King's-road, Bedford-row, London, W.C.
TO COLLECTORS of OLD ENGRAVINGS,
ALFRED TARRANT. Drawing Mounter, from many years of practical experience, can confidently undertake the MOUNTING and RESTORING of OLD ENGRAVINGS and DRAWINGS, the arrangement into Books of Newspaper Cuttings, Photographs, &c., and any work connected with Fine-Art Publications.
Gentlemen waited upon in Town or Country, and reference to Collectors if required.
11, SERLE-STREET, LINCOLN'S INN, W.C.
Sales by Auction
Scientific and Miscellaneous Property.
MR. J. C. STEVENS will SELL by AUCTION,
at his Great Rooms, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, on FRIDAY, April 10, at Half-past 12 o'clock precisely, SCIENTIFIC PROPERTY, consisting of Microscopes and objects for same, Telescopes, Opera and Race Glasses, Barometers, Cameras and Lenses, and other Photographic Apparatus, and the usual Miscellaneous Assortment. On view the morning of Sale, and Catalogues had.
Shells, Fossils, Minerals, Books, Cabinets, &c.
MR. J. C. STEVENS will SELL by AUCTION,
at his Great Rooms, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, on SATURDAY and MONDAY, April 18 and 20, at Half-past 12 precisely each day, the Collection of SHELLS, FOSSILS, MINERALS, &c., formed by J. PICKERING, Esq.; together with the Cabinets and Books, which will be sold without reserve. Also the BOTANICAL LIBRARY of the late WILLIAM WILSON, Esq., F.R.S., &c.
On view the morning of Sale, and Catalogues had.
123, Pall Mall.-The Lease of the Shop, with Gallery and Small House, 9, Little Warwick-street.
[ESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on THURS DAY, April 9, at 12 for 1 o'clock precisely (by order of the Executors of the late Mr. E. W. Radclyffel, the LEASE of the Valuable SHOP and GALLERY at 123, Pall Mall. and a small, convenient DWELLINGHOUSE, No. 9, Little Warwick-street.
Particulars may be had of John Taylor, Esq., 7, Gray's Inn-square; and of Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods, 8, Ring-street, St. James'ssquare, with cards to view.
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