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THE VOLUNTEERS AT BRIGHTON.

THE VOLUNTEERS AT BRIGHTON.

Sir Robert Gurett, who oommmded the volunteer* at Brighton Barter Monday, haa expressed to the Secretary of State for War the great aatufaction which felt at the appearance and rteadineaa of the troopa, and alao with their general deportment and aoldier-hke bearing. Their marchi
April 28, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

Address Messrs. Pain & Co- Chief Office, 1, Eadnor Terrace, Warwick Bead. Kensington. THE WALLSEND COAL COMPANY have resolved meet the growing competition in the C- al Trade, and theiefore the present .Reduced Prices for Cash are : Wallsend, so Celebrated for their Cleanly Burni
April 28, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Universal Agency

Universal Agency

the Age, to foster ■ P- obiect the support innovation bavin? tor 11= - ration tire Million.” rendering w.thin »». rojch important information and gonnral tion, and many of those advantages hitherto, from tht ♦ tin artmisition, onlv VAILABLE now expence neces-—, command of the FO
January 27, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Satdhdat Dbcimbbr 29 1866

Satdhdat Dbcimbbr 29 1866

December 29, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
WEATHER PROPHETS.

WEATHER PROPHETS.

The following curious extract (says the Worcester Herald) is from poem in the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum, No. 2252, folio 153-4: If Christmas Day on Monday be, A great winter that year you’ll see. And full of winds both loud and shrill, But in summer, truth to tell, Hig
December 29, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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LLOYD’S BONDS

LLOYD’S BONDS

These instruments were invented the well-known and ftble counsel w hose name they Icear, order meet the provisions against loan notes contained in the Aolof and Bth Victoria, cap. 85, and venture to think that, if restricted their proper purposes, they arc a useful and certainly
December 29, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GLAS SHADES/WINDOW-GLASS, LlnlP, GAS, And Confectionery Glasses. AND Glass of every description, for Artistical, .Architectural, Agricultural, Horticultural, •A. Ugtanical, Photographic,

GLAS SHADES/WINDOW-GLASS, LlnlP, GAS, And Confectionery Glasses. AND Glass of every description, for Artistical, .Architectural, Agricultural, Horticultural, •A. Ugtanical, Photographic,

and Domeatic Purposes, Wholesale and Retail, at Barker, and Co.’s Warehouses, 162, SLOANK STKEET. AND 1, 2, & 3a, ELLIS STREET, CHELSEA. Window-Glass cut to sites from .. .. .. . .. lid. per foot. Window-Glass in 200 feet cases .. .. .. .. .. .. J°- Sashes Primed and Glazed .. .
December 29, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FALCON BROOK SEWER

FALCON BROOK SEWER

Sib, —Will you please to insert the following; Can you inform your readers whether the Local Board or the Metropolitan Board are liable for the damage sustained through their neglect and delay of the above Works for it really is destressing to see the way in which the inhabitant
January 27, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
SoLi> hy Gruckkh, Dm uuisis, Ac.

SoLi> hy Gruckkh, Dm uuisis, Ac.

Gruckkh, uuisis, Ac. Fry’s Homoeopathic Cocoa. jL/istroguisbed by Pine Flavour, Solubility and Nutritious Properties Adapted tor General Consumer* as tcell JIo rn (topa th ic Vat ten ts J. S. FBY A Adanufacturers to tk« Queen and i'rinceof Wales, Bristol ami London. Seeds, Plants
July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA

PRUSSIA

A collision took place at Bnokaa oa the night of the 16th inat. between a passenger train from and goods train coming from Dortmund. The loc* motive, tender, and six passenger carriages were tered pieces. Thirteen persons were killed ai many Grounded. THE BANQUET TO THE N LIBERA
July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England