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Invalid Cot Carriages. The Greatest Ease and Comfort ever introduced for Removing Invalids, being fitted up with the PATENT NOISELESS WHEELS. These Carriages may be engaged, on Mod3rate Terms, for any journey, on application t H. & J. READING, COACH-BUILDERS, 14, RIDING-HOUSE-ST
March 26, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PRIME NEW SEASON'S TEA. Really and Truly Cheap are the TEAS and COFFEES supplied by PHILLIPS & TEA MERCHANTS, 8,

PRIME NEW SEASON'S TEA. Really and Truly Cheap are the TEAS and COFFEES supplied by PHILLIPS & TEA MERCHANTS, 8,

KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, LONDON, E.C. STRONG TO FINE BLACK TEA, is. Bd., 25., 2s. 4d. VERY FINE RICH BLACK TEA, 2s. 6d. A Price Current Free. Sugars at Market Prices. PHILLIPS & CO. send all Goods CARRIAGE FREE, by their own Vans, within Eight miles of No 8, King William-stree
March 26, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
LEFT-OFF CLOTHES; - WANTED, LA any quantity of Ladies' or Gentlemen's LEFT-OFF CLOTHES. Brocaded Silks, Satins, Point and kinds of

LEFT-OFF CLOTHES; - WANTED, LA any quantity of Ladies' or Gentlemen's LEFT-OFF CLOTHES. Brocaded Silks, Satins, Point and kinds of

Lace, Indian and Fancy Dresses, Uniforms, Sm., arc. Ladies or gentlemen waited on at any time or distance, and the full value paid in cash, by addressing Mr or Mrs. PHIL,IPS, 31, Thayer-street, Manchester-sq. London, W. Parcels from town or country the full value sent by post. o
March 26, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
to .3kin a (I,lightnn ojiko urihe,, and is all that cam desired fo Per;nni,. A Dentifrice Elixir of unequalled virtues.

to .3kin a (I,lightnn ojiko urihe,, and is all that cam desired fo Per;nni,. A Dentifrice Elixir of unequalled virtues.

Sweetens the Breath, Strengthens the Gums, and Preserves the Teeth from Decay. SOLIDIFIED. DENTIFRICE CREAM A brush dipped in water and Dentorme passed over it produces a sot and unctuous mucilagu that gives the Teeth a brilliant whiteness.
March 26, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTION, 34, SOHO-SQUARE, LONDON. Miss WAGHORN invites attention to her REGISTER of English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, Teachers, Companions,

THE GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTION, 34, SOHO-SQUARE, LONDON. Miss WAGHORN invites attention to her REGISTER of English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, Teachers, Companions,

Tutors, and Professors. School property transferred, and Pupils introduced in England, France, and Germany.
March 26, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
irips, Marriages, nab. peat4s.

irips, Marriages, nab. peat4s.

irips, Marriages, nab . peat4s. [These Announcements are inserted at the uniform rate of 2s. 61. each.] BIRTHS. On the 4th instant, at Pinner, Middlesex, the wife of E. C. Clarkson, Esq., of a son. On the 6th instant, at 34, Belsize-park, the wife of C. Defries, Esq., of a daught
March 12, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Pr 7-..-A, ;.; •• , -'-`-',-,,,,-,_04:4-0 ~$-., L-q, • .••.: 7:-A,,,A.._ An .-.1

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Pr 7 - ..- A , •• , - '-` - ', - , , ,, - ,_04:4 - 0 ~$-., L-q • .••.: 7:-A,, , A .._ An THE HOSPITAL for WOMEN, Soho- I square. Established 1842, for the reception of Patients from all part 'f the united Kingdom and the Colonies. The (Committee APPEAL for CONTRIBUTIONS, that the
March 12, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Pr inted by W. J. Jonzisox, 121, Fleet-street; and Publish° for the Proprietor by E. & Co., 4, Ave Maria-lane,

Pr inted by W. J. Jonzisox, 121, Fleet-street; and Publish° for the Proprietor by E. & Co., 4, Ave Maria-lane,

London.—Mare 12, 1870.
March 12, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
WHY DO BLACK SILKS WEAR SO BADLY? Is a question there is often to good reason for asking ; and

WHY DO BLACK SILKS WEAR SO BADLY? Is a question there is often to good reason for asking ; and

in order to remove the occasion for this frequent complaint, JOLLY & SON, SILK . MERCERS, BATH, so j , Have entered into arrangem en t s w i t h em i nent Lyons and Spitalfields Mannfacturers to produce for them severa l qua li t i es and makes of BLACK SI L KS , y- A . any of w
March 12, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
money from time to time from his cashbox, but was unable to detect the thief, until his daughter, in a

money from time to time from his cashbox, but was unable to detect the thief, until his daughter, in a

fit of jealousy, disclosed the system of robbery which had been going on for so many months. Mr. Shaper, on examining his books, found that the deficit was fully 500/. The prisoner was at once arrested, and the above facts having been sworn to by Shaper, the bench refused bail.
January 8, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England