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FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.

FASHIONS FOR JANUARY.

(From the World of Fashion.) Furs.—Furs are now being used both for trimmings and linings; the most favourite furs being sable, kolinski, and size line. For neglige, we see round pelerines are most in favour, and also those with long ends fallliog in the front, somewhat similar
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
C'IOFFEE and CHOP-HOUSE on the Surrey side J the metropolis—maybe had with or without furniture—the above respectable, money-getting business has

C'IOFFEE and CHOP-HOUSE on the Surrey side J the metropolis—maybe had with or without furniture—the above respectable, money-getting business has

been long established, and is now doing a very good trade—the premises consist of a good ten-roomed corner house, including a well-fttled-up coffee-room—held at a low rent, and will be offered upon very advantageous terras, with early possession. Apply to Mr. Moriey, 25, Ilarris
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BUSINESS to SOLD, J situate in great thoroughfare, doing very snug ready-money trade; the premises comprise a comfortablo residence, with

BUSINESS to SOLD, J situate in great thoroughfare, doing very snug ready-money trade; the premises comprise a comfortablo residence, with

a very compounding double-fronted shop well-fitted up, presenting very favourable opportunity to any person of stnali capital, who may have iuirntsdiats possession applying to Mr- Morley, 25, Harrison-street, Gray’s Inn road. PREMISES to be DISPOSED OF, well adapted for Beer-hou
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HAY MARKET THEATRE.

HAY MARKET THEATRE.

Saturday night Madame Vestris and '=r. C. Mathews reappeared this theatre, after their lone absence. The circumstances causing and attending that absence are well known to the public, so far ae their general nature is concerned; and they seemed to have induced a goodly number to
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CITY INTELLIGENCE MONEY MARKET. Saturday Eykniho. Many sanguine expectations appear to entertained in the City that trade and commerce will

CITY INTELLIGENCE MONEY MARKET. Saturday Eykniho. Many sanguine expectations appear to entertained in the City that trade and commerce will

become brisk with the turn the year. present, however, as far colonial and foreign produce is concerned, there are not any indications of increased animation in any of the leading branches imports. The colonial markets will re-opened on Tuesday next, and the sales announced are
January 1, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
L Darton's Camphorated ?OR CLEANSINO, CORLINO, AND PIIIMIKITTNO THE GROWTH OF HAIR, EYEBROWS, WHISKERS, he. FVER effectually removing the dandriff,

L Darton's Camphorated ?OR CLEANSINO, CORLINO, AND PIIIMIKITTNO THE GROWTH OF HAIR, EYEBROWS, WHISKERS, he. FVER effectually removing the dandriff,

11. Ls. BURTON'S CAMPHORATED EGO inviguestes and oimulates the root in a surprising degree, so as to strengthen and Kadin* the desired abet -a full, flowiug,losuriant graith of hair. It is the only preperation capaide of reinstating the natural appearance after dying the hair, s
January 1, 1844 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Sribers ILosBon emetic

Sribers ILosBon emetic

Sribers emetic WAR-OFFICE, Denning.' 29, 1840. Bth Regiment of Deepen Clamds—Lieuteeitat J. H. Dickson to be Captain, by purelime r vior Scott, who retires ; Carnet C. J. Boinchier to be Lieutenant , by purchase , vice Diets= ;C. E. W alker,Gent. to be Cornet, by pan-base, vice B
January 1, 1844 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ilarriiD.

ilarriiD.

Dee. 27, at St. Mary's Church, Cheltenham, S. M. Colgaitt, Esq. Captain In the Royal Navy, to Frances Racked, daughter of the Rev. James Wiggett, Rector of Crudwell, Wilts. Dee. 23, at St. George's Church, Bloomsbury, by the Hon. and Rev. Mootague Villiers, 8.A., Richard Itushwo
January 1, 1844 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Cheltenham flatlet Unmet.

Cheltenham flatlet Unmet.

SATs aoaY. —Berets Capt. St. Clair, and J. E. Vince, Emu ROBBERY.— Fleming was charged with stealing looking glass, clock, sad blue jacket, the property of Walter Higgs, who on oath said : —I am a tailor, raiding in Firestonestreet ; on Tuesday the 19th of December, I missed a c
January 1, 1844 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
OF SIGHT RESTORED AND DEAFNESS CURED.

OF SIGHT RESTORED AND DEAFNESS CURED.

Copy of • Utler..-39, Ruby. , Garda., Dec. is. Air,--I wan how my childhood allotted with di.eer of NOE rod r I Meowed is year. berme almost blued. My Mural beteg • arid pretaimer, every oculist of toy 1t...! WWI bet aroma .ably without say reel !relief. 1 was iesemoroded Ly owe
January 1, 1844 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England