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Furniture removed in Town or Country. ESTABLISHED 1852.

Furniture removed in Town or Country. ESTABLISHED 1852.

PAY a visit to G. DORAN’S EXTENSIVE SHOW ROOMS, stocked with every requisite for use or ornament in the Glass, China, Birmingham, or Sheffield trade, 20 PER CENT. UNDER ANY OTHER HOUSE. Dinner Service, Tea ditto, Wine Glasses, Decanters, Chandeliers, &c., lent on hire.
December 31, 1864 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
LONDON, or UNIVERSITY COL\ i,ix;E HOSPITAL. The Committee urgently *ppc»l , , ..uMic f Aid. Great additional demand* are now

LONDON, or UNIVERSITY COL\ i,ix;E HOSPITAL. The Committee urgently *ppc»l , , ..uMic f Aid. Great additional demand* are now

vie upon the* resource* of the charity owing the prerai n •. 1,1 . iiiil. mic disease*, and the committee, with elew of meeting aJvsuddenoutb^akof Choleratatheneighbourhood Snared ward*, carefully separated from the other ward* of the Hospital, the reception of person* *uffering
September 8, 1866 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
The BEST REMEDY for INDIGESTION.

The BEST REMEDY for INDIGESTION.

ORTON’S CAMOMILE PILLS arc confidently recommended a simple bat certain remedy for Indigestion. They act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient; are mild in their operation; safe under any circumstances ; and thousands of persons can bear testimony to the benefits to be derived
September 8, 1866 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
THE SHOP FOR HAMS.

THE SHOP FOR HAMS.

3, HIGH STREET. XITHERE CAN I GET THE BEST TEAS ? ▼ DO YOU KNOW • At the TEA ESTABLISHMENT, BELL’S, PADDINGTON GREEN. HN. BOOTHBY in acknowledging with sincere thanks the liberal support he continues to receive the hands of his numerous customers and the public generally, trusts
September 8, 1866 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
A DAY AT

A DAY AT

DAY AT On Saturday last Messrs. H. D. and J. Rawlings, the well-known and extensive finger beer and mineral water manufacturers, of Nassau-street, Middlesex-hospital, gave their annual treat to the men in their employ. One of the Alexandra saloon steam era was specially chartered
September 8, 1866 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
ST. GEORGE’S BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

ST. GEORGE’S BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

Board Room, Mount-street, September sth. H. H. Seymour, Esq. (Churchwarden), in the chair. Return of Poor. —Number of inmates in Mount-street Workhouse Men, 175 : Women, 76; Children, 9 ; total, 260. Corresponding week last year, 250. increase, 10. In Chelsea Workhouse, Men, 19,
September 8, 1866 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
PACTURERS, Arc.,

PACTURERS, Arc.,

28, CIRCUS ST., BRYANSTON SQ.. W. Carpets beaten and relaid, old bedding remade and purified, furnitare repaired and polished, goods removed, Ax. Work done (or the trade. All orders punctually attended to at moderate charges. PURE MILK. LACTOMETERS, for Testing the quality of Mi
January 25, 1868 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
on. The offices of the Company will lie on the premises, 3, 4, and 5, Little Grove-street, New Church-street, Llsson-grove.

on. The offices of the Company will lie on the premises, 3, 4, and 5, Little Grove-street, New Church-street, Llsson-grove.

This Company is formed for the purpose providing sleeping and other accommodation for the poorer clmsm on a better scale, and at a cheaper rate than is now provided. The Company has made arrangements for the purchase ol extensive premises near Lisson-grove, which are admirably a
January 25, 1868 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
Tuesday

Tuesday

Effrontery.—A lad, named Joh,) was charged under the following circumstances:— Jane Giggs, housemaid to Captain Collier, 36, Connaught-square, stated that at four o’clock the previous afternoon she found the prisoner secreted behind the doorof the housekeeper’s room. She fastene
July 8, 1865 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
Advances of to £ioo on personal SECURITY, and £lOO to £lO,OOO on LEASEHOLD and FREEHOLD PROPERTIES —Apply to Mr. Thomas

Advances of to £ioo on personal SECURITY, and £lOO to £lO,OOO on LEASEHOLD and FREEHOLD PROPERTIES —Apply to Mr. Thomas

Bocffler, 71, St. John’s-street-road. Cierkenwell.
July 8, 1865 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England