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CLEAN. WELL-AIRF.D, AND GOOD BEDS.

CLEAN. WELL-AIRF.D, AND GOOD BEDS.

A carefully selected STOCK OF WINES, from the most favoured Vintages. The STOCK OF SPIRITS, both British and Foreign, are of the most recherchf qualities. Superior ALES and STOUT. DINNERS. TEAS, Ac., provided ihe shortest Notice, and on the mostvea»onablo Terms. A GENERAL MUSICA
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ULTRA” QUALITY OF BOOTS AND

ULTRA” QUALITY OF BOOTS AND

SHOES. A TRS. BINNING begs respectfully to present ifi her thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy, and the Public generally, for the very liberal patronage they have bestowed her deceased husband, and at the same Urn* to Inform them that she and her SON, who tor aeveral year
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
fG-STREET ACADEMY, HULL.

fG-STREET ACADEMY, HULL.

miAn sr. BTrrHr.ws cotmcii. The above new and airy SCHOOL, Conducted W. MAPLES, will be RE-OPENED on MONDAY, January Bth, 1848. AVERLEY-STREET ACADEMY GAWTHORPE respectfully announce* that the Duties of Estahtishinent will RESUMED WEDNESDAY NEXT. January 10th. 1849. AN EVENING S
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GUTTA PKRCHA WAREHOUSE,

GUTTA PKRCHA WAREHOUSE,

•s' j BULL (OPPOSITE THE GEORGE INN). WBRAMHILL, Boot and Shoe Mnaga, bega to inform hi* aodthePubUc 'hn'.nfter Ttitlna the abora SOLES for lha laat Month*, can with oonfldcnoa recommend them for comfort and iw übntfj and If put ea at fell EaUbtWunnnt, wnrrunU thorn not to off,
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MARTIN SWEETING.

MARTIN SWEETING.

Knartiboroiiyh, 1848. From Rer. I*. Wllklnaon, Wesleyan Superiateodent of the Knaresborough Circuit. Avfftut ith. 1«47. M W. Calb>oott- The following smf>ort»nt c»*e wm from W»thon-Dtf«;nie, March 2». 1847 Cenllemen, —Your • Loyal Hath Plaater* * h»T* told well here, anti uuraer
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE HULL ADY ERTI S E R.

THE HULL ADY ERTI S E R.

THE HULL ADY ERTI E R.
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT BARGAINS, . M A W H OOD S, SILK HEBCEB. AND BHAWLHAH. J. MARKET-PLACE. HULL. iN of impending engagements,

GREAT BARGAINS, . M A W H OOD S, SILK HEBCEB. AND BHAWLHAH. J. MARKET-PLACE. HULL. iN of impending engagements,

he hat determined upon SELLING OFF his present «pUndid STOCK, for Utah, Prloea raiTiog flom to per Cant, under lie value, and rcrpeclfulljr the alien. Prtawda and Public llierato. It eonalata of all the Naweat and moat Faahtonable .Styles in WINTER SHAWLS AND DRESSES, FRENCH MER
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DAVID THORPE. Corporation Surveyor.

DAVID THORPE. Corporation Surveyor.

FOUNDERS AND OTHERS. TXT BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Mr. B. OATES (by Order of the Directors of the Hull Duck Company), on THURSDAY. January IBth, 1849, Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, about One Hundred Tons of CAST and MALLEABLE IRON, the greater portion of which comprises tie whole of
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WOOLLEN CLOTHS of every variety.

WOOLLEN CLOTHS of every variety.

Not*. —Mr. B. Oates begs to call the attention of the above Genuine Stock, which will Sold without Reserve, order to meet forthcoming Engagements; and as the Goods are New and in good Condition, renders this a favourable opportunity for buying much under Manufacturers' Prices,
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
May be Viewed Two Day* before the Sale.

May be Viewed Two Day* before the Sale.

/ TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. B. OATES announces that he has been I»1 by the Hull Dock Company to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, in FEBRUARY next, TWENTYFIVE DWELLING-HOUSES, being one entire biocb, and forming one side of the Street called De Pole-Place. and extending to the Victoria Doek
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England