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TIIE IRON TRADE.

TIIE IRON TRADE.

The decision of the South Staffordshire ironmasters at their preliminary trade meeting, held at the Swan Hotel, Wolverhampton, on Thursday last, is by this time well known. The meeting appears to have been very numer ously attended, nearly all the influential houses in the trade
January 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Tea, Coffee, and Colonial Frodnee, HAVE the honour of intimating that the Royal Society for the Promotion of the Arts have pronounced their Patent Coffee Roaster to be one of the most useful inventions of the age. Prince Albert, their Prraideßt, in Ju
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
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17SS- 9, Hioh-Stkbkt. 12, Nobtor Foloatb, - I, HBBBFOBD PtACB, CoMMBBCIAX,
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
AT WINDSOR. Oe-nittrwUy evening theflm of the serin of , • ol * twnmenU, commanded bv Royalty, temporary stage fitted

AT WINDSOR. Oe-nittrwUy evening theflm of the serin of , • ol * twnmenU, commanded bv Royalty, temporary stage fitted

up m Room, Windsor Castle. v_*T* >c y * th«« dramatic represcnUtions iot some time known to the world. In form it may come—whether Royalty pro- to the theatres, or the theatres are Dysuch a scheme the present, brought, it wes», to Royalty—the effect cannot be other than ' e, P*
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
FAULTLESS NIGHT LIGHTS. NEW PATENT ALBERT 1 NIGHT LIGHTS are the best, cleanest, moat simple aadaafe, efficient, and economical, la

FAULTLESS NIGHT LIGHTS. NEW PATENT ALBERT 1 NIGHT LIGHTS are the best, cleanest, moat simple aadaafe, efficient, and economical, la

boxes at fid. eontaining 8,10, or 12 lights, to born 9.7. 5 hoars each. To bo aacd in the Albert Lampo, at 3d., fid., 9d., or Is. each. Sold retail by Grocers, Lamp Dealers, sad Chemists, and wholesale by PALMER ft Co. Saltoa Street, Clerkeawell, London, Wholesale Agents for Pri
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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DAIRY PROVISIONS A ■ *

DAIRY PROVISIONS A ■ *

capital Busmeea SQUARE, ~ TO BB LET, MUWMiMrtt jPoWsMBD*. «MdkU HOUSE, containing feat i coaniing tnnn«, keeping room, etoM » Utahen and tanflary, roomy eellKe, fere rrnmtifiii aw calculmted for extenaiTe bu*incss, and are within fire minutes’ walk of the raiiwAj station. For pa
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CORBETTS TEY, ESSEX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mag Me, On Thursday, January 4th, 1849, under Assignment for the benefit

CORBETTS TEY, ESSEX. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mag Me, On Thursday, January 4th, 1849, under Assignment for the benefit

of Creditors, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects of Mr. Wm. Driver, the George Inn. Catalogues on the Premises.
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
UNDERWOOD. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Jo** Thursday, the of January, TEN ACRES of capital UNDERWOOD, in slays of rods

UNDERWOOD. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Jo** Thursday, the of January, TEN ACRES of capital UNDERWOOD, in slays of rods

each, in Broad Croft Wood, near the turnpike road leading from Sible Hedingham to Yeldham. Sale to commence Half-past Eleven for Twelve o’clock punctually.
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
RAYWE, ESSEX.

RAYWE, ESSEX.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, m* Mmwel On Monday, January Bth, 1849, by directioi of the Proprietor, without regard to admeasure- OAK TIMBER TREES now lying • " Taya Wood upon the Hall Farm, Rayae, some of which of large dimensions, and will be sold in lots convenient to purchasers. Co
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, -18. WrmmMim 4f Son, Friday, January 6, 1849, at Ten. All Lots of ASH. ELM.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, -18. WrmmMim 4f Son, Friday, January 6, 1849, at Ten. All Lots of ASH. ELM.

and FIR TIMBER an( POLLARD TREES (now fit for use, and FAGOTS, now lying upon Moor Hall Farm, and by Thaxted road aide.
January 2, 1849 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England