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JAMES WATSON

JAMES WATSON

offer this Establisliajent the notice of the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public. It lias been ) ntrted for the purpose of Sawing, Polishing, and otherwise working Marble and Stone, which by os» of this POWJEHFUIi STFAM enabled to do CHEAPER, QUICKER, and altogether in a manner ver
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MILLINER AND STRAW HAT

MILLINER AND STRAW HAT

MRS. ATTO, MANUFACTURER, 113, HIGH STREET, I. V N, Near Saturday Market Place. Has London, •i’A s xV.s she has from the most Fashionable Houses£.,4f splendid assortment of Millinery, Bonnets, and Caps, Straw, Tuscany, and Fancy Bonnets, an elegant assortment Ribbons, and French
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
AO AND HUMBLEYRRD ASSOCIATION

AO AND HUMBLEYRRD ASSOCIATION

Rewarding Good Conduct and Encouraging Industry among the Cottagers, Servants, and Labourers within the said Hundreds. THE Spring Ploughing Match will take place on Thursday, the I6th of May instant, Twelve o’clock Noon, at Swainsthotpe, Field called “The Great Warren,” the occu
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
those who h»v« supported the government doring the foor years which they have held the trdaons situation In which they

those who h»v« supported the government doring the foor years which they have held the trdaons situation In which they

have been placed, aoder no slight difficnltles, under circumstances of no ease facility—to those who have supported the Government lo such manner, that although they have not at any time had the confidence of the majority of the House of Lords, they have felt It con alatent with
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
RESTORATIVE FOR THE HAIR.

RESTORATIVE FOR THE HAIR.

To the Editor of the Shipping fif Mercantile OaMetle, Sib,—Being* daily reader of yoar useful journal, am anxious make known its columns the value of preparation called “Oldridge’a Balm of Columbia,’’lorlliepurposesof restoring, strengthening, and preventing the los* of hair. It
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE Tithe Commissioners for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that* Copy of the Draft of Apportionment

TITHE COMMISSION. NOTICE. THE Tithe Commissioners for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that* Copy of the Draft of Apportionment

of the Rent-charge agreed to paid in lien of Tithes, In the Parish of ATTLEBOROUGH, iu the County of Norfolk, has been deposited at the Office of Messrs. Cockell and Son, in the said Parish, for the inspection of alkPersons interested in the Lands or Tithes of the said Parish. A
May 11, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Sir Felix Booth & Co.’s COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY, ALBANY STREET, REGENT’S PARK, LONDON. PRATO & Wine and Brandy Marclianta, A«.

Sir Felix Booth & Co.’s COGNAC BRANDY DISTILLERY, ALBANY STREET, REGENT’S PARK, LONDON. PRATO & Wine and Brandy Marclianta, A«.

4, Howard Street, YARMOUTH, Inform their Friends and the Public, that they are appointed SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE SIR FELIX BOOTH & CO.’ COGNAC BRANDY. AT THE DISTILLERY PRICE EIGHTEEN SHIEEINGSper GALLON. Brandy has, by Us surpassing excellence, established high reputation In a
May 18, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TIMES, & DAntmOTON & ST©CHT©IT ©ALETTE.

TIMES, & DAntmOTON & ST©CHT©IT ©ALETTE.

TIMES, & & ©ALETTE. week quarter. TO LET. And entered on at Majeday ne.rt, rpilß DWELUKG-HDUSB, SHOP, WARE- I irm si-:, ami the oocnpntion of Mr Christophkr Hammond, Draper, am! mow a.lvnntacoonMv sim.ito.l in Street. f.*r earryint either the DRAPERY, GROCERY, or any other Bwu- P
May 4, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SIIINCLIFFE GRANGE.

SIIINCLIFFE GRANGE.

TO SOLD AUCTION, (By Mr WALKER.) On TirrnsDA r, a,, Mat, inxo, AT SIIINCLIFFE GRANGE, ALL the FARMING STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS belonging W. T. Ward, via.Tbroc Milrli 0i1... nnc two Heifer, one Qney Calf, si* montbs old. Draught Mom's, "“entirl nine rigs, two Long Carta with lirvw.l
May 4, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
N.B. The mnwindiT of tlie Conlraels tween the Sum* mit Tunnel and Manchester will ready lor letting before Mi.lvunnmr. The

N.B. The mnwindiT of tlie Conlraels tween the Sum* mit Tunnel and Manchester will ready lor letting before Mi.lvunnmr. The

Tumid commences near Amlenshnw Clough, about mile above Woodhevl, theSaltersbi road toSheflield, and eighteen miles from Manehester. and into Yorkshire to n«ir Dunford Bridge over the river Dun, six miles above The stmta the Tunnel are pre- to alternate in rock and shale. The Sh
May 4, 1839 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England