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THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &o.

THE ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE, &o.

The Bnl rt>"imeMt of the Royal Surrey Militia were in- 1 TueMliiv by Ueut.-Colonel Garloton, Coldstream linanls, at it.s luad-quarters, The recimoiit fur mod un<hr tlio oommaml of Lieut.-Colonel t'tmllouer nt n.m. in 10 companies of 21 files each. The battalion marched past in s
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
FORTIFICATIONS.

FORTIFICATIONS.

Colonel Dunne expressed a hope that before the House should be called upon to vote any sum for fortitications, the Secretary at War would make full statement of the intentions of the Government the subject. Lord Palmerston intimated assent. GUN AND MOUTAU BOATS. tbc motion of Si
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Mario. . _ At the conclusion the Opera Thursday Evening the New Floral Hall will illmniimted. TUESDAY WEEK. JUNK 5,

Mario. . _ At the conclusion the Opera Thursday Evening the New Floral Hall will illmniimted. TUESDAY WEEK. JUNK 5,

wiin>o performed, for the lirsl time this season, Mcycrlieer’s Grand Opera I, ES HUGUENOTS. With the following powerful eastValentina, Mndomc (Jrisi; Margarita Valois, Miolan Carvalho (her first appearance in that character); Mdlle. Didice; Marcello, M. Zelgcr; II Conte <M San H
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
MILITARY BAND INSTRUMENTS

MILITARY BAND INSTRUMENTS

J KOHLER begs respectfully call the attention of Commanding OtHcors and Presidents of Hand Committees to Ins IMPROVED MODEDS BAND INSTRUMENTS, possessing n most powerful and sonorous tone, and combining elegance with durability in their workmanship. .1. Konlsb also takes this op
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Messrs, addison & co., army agents, 11, WATERLOO PLACE, PALL MALL, S.tV. Officers’ bills discounted. Reversions purchased. Life insurances effected

Messrs, addison & co., army agents, 11, WATERLOO PLACE, PALL MALL, S.tV. Officers’ bills discounted. Reversions purchased. Life insurances effected

free of cliarpc. Wines and all mess supplies furnished. Every description of army business tronsaoted.
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 

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Cyder and perry the greatest PERFECTION. Devonshire Cyder, B*. c|rts., 4s. G'l. pts.; t'oekageo Somerset Cyder, 14». qrts.; Old Field

Cyder and perry the greatest PERFECTION. Devonshire Cyder, B*. c|rts., 4s. G'l. pts.; t'oekageo Somerset Cyder, 14». qrts.; Old Field

Perry, 18*. (jrts., 10s. pts.; the real Tnyntou Squash Perry, 25». qrts., in*, pts. Hampers and bottles, 3*. per dozen c.xlra, or can be returned Benjamin Vickbks’s Stores, Hay’s Lane, Tooley Street, S.E., and 8, Spring Terrace, Wandsworth Rond, S.—Post Office Orders, 190, Toole
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Liverpool, 131, Duke Street.

Liverpool, 131, Duke Street.

"\7OUTH, BEAUTY, AND ARTICULA- TION.—Mr. EDWARD DAVIESON, for many years dentist to the Court of Spain, begs to inform the British public that he has taken his permanent residence 4tB, West Strand, London, W.C., adjoining the Electric Telegraph office, where he is prepared to su
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
DRAFT OR AN ORDER

DRAFT OR AN ORDER

31 11 12 11 0 15 « 16 0 15 0 FOR PAYMENT ENGLAND. VIA PINS’ Table Knives still maintain their unrivalled superiority; all their Blades beingtheir own REumeld Mnmifacture arc of Urn very first quality, with secure Ivory Handles, wlucli do not come Loosem Hot Water- and the differ
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Wanted, left-off clothes for AUSTRALIA.— Mr. & JOHN ISAACS, 319&320, Strmi(l, W, C,'. (opjHiSitc Somerset HoueeFconUnueto give tliehighest ensh tor

Wanted, left-off clothes for AUSTRALIA.— Mr. & JOHN ISAACS, 319&320, Strmi(l, W, C,'. (opjHiSitc Somerset HoueeFconUnueto give tliehighest ensh tor

Lmlicß .Gentlcmen’p, and Chilßrcn’H ('l.Oicb, lietrimontelß, Underdotliincr, Boots, Books, y,nndn Miscclltmcous Property. Letters attended to. 1 arccls sent from tlio country, either or small, utmost value returned post office order the seme day. Reference, London and Westminste
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
HJ. & D. NICOLL’S Establishments for Gentlemanly and Moderate-priced Clothing, REGENT STREET, CORNHILL, MANCHESTER. NOTICE.—“BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.” LEA & PERRINS’

HJ. & D. NICOLL’S Establishments for Gentlemanly and Moderate-priced Clothing, REGENT STREET, CORNHILL, MANCHESTER. NOTICE.—“BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.” LEA & PERRINS’

“WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ’’ is pronounced by Connoisseurs to a most agreeable addition to every variety of dish. See the names of Lea & Pebbins upon every Label, Bottle, and Stopper. Sold by Messrs. Crosse A Blackwell, London; and by Dealers in Sauces generally. Sole Manufacturers—
May 26, 1860 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England