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CASTAGE AWT) HOBSEHIEE.

CASTAGE AWT) HOBSEHIEE.

Vestry of this Parish wili meet in A Board Room at the Vestry Hail. King’s Road, - Tuesday the 27 th February instant, at Three 0 clock the Afternoon, to consider TENDERS from Persons willing to Contract from the beginning of March next to the end Februarr, 1867, forth* .SUPPLY
February 24, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA

AUSTRIA

It is stated that the Prussian Cabinet, taking a precedent the solution airived at in the Lauenburg question, have resolved to propose to Austria to cede her rights of posse-sion in the Duchies in consideration of a pecuniary indemnity. It is asserted that Prussia is about to se
February 24, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
r D FIGGIN3, Scale Maker, and Manu- J. I'*, facturer of Patent Weighing Machine, Scales Weigts, Steel-yards, &c -18, VI.NK

r D FIGGIN3, Scale Maker, and Manu- J. I'*, facturer of Patent Weighing Machine, Scales Weigts, Steel-yards, &c -18, VI.NK

s-TBEtT, Hat ”• n* b™ -h .b. t» uw Letters Post ouactually atten to.
April 14, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ROGERS'S PRIZE NINEPENNY BOX OF WATER COLOURS

ROGERS'S PRIZE NINEPENNY BOX OF WATER COLOURS

Containing the Ten Colours and Three Brushes. Selected by the Above Society OGER S Prize Ninepenny Box of -U DRAWING PENCILS, containing Six Superior Pencils, India rubber, and Four Drawing Pins, the best and cheapest article of the kind yet offered to the Public. None are unles
April 14, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON MABKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.— 9. The supply of English u_.eat sale at Mark lane to* day, was moderate. The condition

LONDON MABKETS. CORN EXCHANGE.— 9. The supply of English u_.eat sale at Mark lane to* day, was moderate. The condition

the produce was very middling. Good and fine dry samples moved oS steadily, at fully late rates ; but damp parcels were inquiry. With foreign wheat the market was moderately euppliet fair business was transacted most descriptions, at ful prices. Floating cargoes of grain were st
April 14, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
„ „ . o. Leasehold Detached Eattei-sea k Clyde House, bU,t-able for Solicitor,or other gentlemen of on requiring offices communicating

„ „ . o. Leasehold Detached Eattei-sea k Clyde House, bU,t-able for Solicitor,or other gentlemen of on requiring offices communicating

with the house Held on Lease direct from the Battersea Park Commissioners, for term of years at low ground rent. /■'tpO TODD will SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway’s, Change Alley, Cornhill, K.C.. m June, not previously disposed of by private A Commanding Detached FAMILY RESIDENCE kn
April 14, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
KENNEDY'S ANGOLA TEOUSERi, 165., Shrunk. Guinea Drew Trousers ; Three Guinan s*it» 70s Hunting Coats: 30s Bedford Cars Breeches ;

KENNEDY'S ANGOLA TEOUSERi, 165., Shrunk. Guinea Drew Trousers ; Three Guinan s*it» 70s Hunting Coats: 30s Bedford Cars Breeches ;

Dress and Frock Coats-93. NEW BOND STREET, Door* from Oxford
April 14, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
mysterious death

mysterious death

Mr. Otrtttr. coroner for West Kent, held inquest at TV’oatwicb, on Saturday afternoon, the body of Mr Eugene Murray. The deceased disappeared from his home in Tredcgar-square, Victona-park, on the tOth of November olt. Printed bill* were, the meantime, issued, ottering a reward
December 22, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TO FAMILIES

TO FAMILIES

Piper’s Celebrated Covered Spring Vans, Removal of FURNITURE, PICTURES, CLASS, LU Q-G-AQ-E, OR OTHER GOODS. BY ROAD OR RAIL, TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. Select and Commodious Vans for Pleasure or Pic-Nic Parties on the Shortest Notice H. PIPER, Van Proprietor, 112, MARLBO
December 22, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LOUD MAYOR’S DAY.

LOUD MAYOR’S DAY.

The procession of the lx,rd Mayor from Guildhall to Westminster, Nov. 9. is the only state exhibition in the metropolis that remains of the splendid City pageants. It is now exclusively procession by land, the aquatic pageant having been discontinued since the conscrvaney llffi'
November 17, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England