Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 53,608 articles

Pianofortes and BT tH* BIST FOB SALE OR HIRE, THE Hour SEASONABLE TEBIIS. A Urge Stock CONCERTINAS, »od all kinds

Pianofortes and BT tH* BIST FOB SALE OR HIRE, THE Hour SEASONABLE TEBIIS. A Urge Stock CONCERTINAS, »od all kinds

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS Tuned and repaired, tingly th® y«ar. BALLS *O., proriieJ wUh BcbJa «'»“ So>» *° Fall Orcbeatra. SbiUio*’. Worth of Soiled MoAto follwo ShllH»«fc NEW MUSIC FROM IXJNDON DAILY. as. J, "Yates, 961, FISHBROATB, Cobs Lonb-stbiit. RELIAN
September 6, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ALA TBB LATBBT DBtXOHS

ALA TBB LATBBT DBtXOHS

ALA LATBBT Jlinre, Yoctbs’ and Rbadt-Mad. Clothing, OonrxATOT A.LBBBD TaTLOB, FASHIONABLE TiIUJB, -V S 7, cann &nnr, /jf/ Powder. Y ta =^ M good lor r«i« «UM*fc S«a i M.jMtT’i «» «»» 4 “*»■ *ll MUI cbeoiiit*. 8 «d JdS.l •Smtmd Oott— UmchamU, 4. FwtaP. KeoelTßi »t the for lay Vtmw
September 6, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DARTMOUTH.

DARTMOUTH.

rno LET, with immediate possession, FOR SALE, the House known as GLENADON,” situate at South Town. Apply to Mr Richard NUNN, Builder, Dartmouth. TO Ij - FAIR VIEW, partly furnished, detached; on the outskiits of the town. CASTLE COTTAGE: good family house. cheap; situate in Clar
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
In Penny Weekly Numbers, QUSSELL’S Penny Drawing-Copy Books. Each Penny Number consists of a Book of Sixteen Pages, foolscap 410,

In Penny Weekly Numbers, QUSSELL’S Penny Drawing-Copy Books. Each Penny Number consists of a Book of Sixteen Pages, foolscap 410,

and in itself supplies a Set Progressive Comes to draw from, well as the Drawing-Paper for the Exercises. Notice. —Little Folks, with part 7of Ijittle Polks, price 6d. ready July 25th. presented MODEL CUU'- TOY VILLA, printed on stout paper, with directions for painting, cutting
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PASSENGERS WALK ON BOARD AT

PASSENGERS WALK ON BOARD AT

The CAPE and NATAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY’S (Limited) Steamships sail from London the 4th, and from Dartmouth the 7th of every month. Will carry Surgeon and Stewardess. The steamer for September will be the “SPRITE.” Rates of Passage Monet. To Cape Town and Algoslßay..Bog» Ist
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

EXCURSION TO WEYMOUTH AND PORTLAND Sir_X went by the “Guide” on Saturday toWey- j mouth, and feel bound to express my thanks to the Dartmouth Steam Packet Company for the pleasure I received from the trip, and I regret that so few availed themselves of the opportunity afforded t
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PROTESTANT LECTURES. A series of lectures have been delivered last month to numerous audiences in Dartmouth, by Mr i. «•

PROTESTANT LECTURES. A series of lectures have been delivered last month to numerous audiences in Dartmouth, by Mr i. «•

Owens, of London, in connection with the Protestant Educational Institute. On Monday evening Mr Owens lectured in the - leyan Chapel, on Monasteries and Nunneries. Rev J. Nichols m presided. Ihe lecturer the year 1830 there were no monasteries, ai don ivsix teen convents in Engl
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
boat fovl wliich happened them, but the committee very justly decided tliat as it was fault ©f the first boat,

boat fovl wliich happened them, but the committee very justly decided tliat as it was fault ©f the first boat,

t.iat the - .'c should be, finished; but ns the second seemed dis atisfied, t'ney would give a small prize them to race again, but it did not come off. The Town Flair of Ten Sovereigns, for Four-oaml Gigs—no outriggers. All comers, hirst boat, £6 Second, T 3. Third, 1 os. Fourth
September 1, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.

SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.

IT is indisputable fact that J. DRAKE, 39, Sheffield Road, Barnsley, has now in Stock the largest, cheapest, and most rariod Stock PERAMBULATORS the West Riding, from ss. to £3; also HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including Iran, French, Camp, and Tudor Bedsteads; Snsrmw CheffonleraChlmne
September 2, 1871 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England