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TRY T. OROSSMITH'S Noted Wholesale and Retail GLOVE OAITER WAREHOUSE. Removed frmn 45. Surrey-street, to No. 13. opposite STUIRT*II- yard,

TRY T. OROSSMITH'S Noted Wholesale and Retail GLOVE OAITER WAREHOUSE. Removed frmn 45. Surrey-street, to No. 13. opposite STUIRT*II- yard,

where any description of °Milo/neves and Keepers' Gaiters. Knickerbockers. and Gloves are made to order. Boot and Shoe Warehmise.
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
, TO LADIES. AC I ; C'.11 -r _AWES should viait our NEW SIIOW- ROOMS, which are now Open with

, TO LADIES. AC I ; C'.11 -r _AWES should viait our NEW SIIOW- ROOMS, which are now Open with

ay l .1... the Largest Stock in the WORLD of Spring and Summer House-hair , Crinoline Petticoats, Paris and American Watch-spring Jupons,.with every novelty in front-fastening. Elastic Coutil Rays and Bodices. ,i — 1 : Ladies' Fren. 6M . uslin_and Lace Jupons, 3a Id. to ISt ed.
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
carpoiatfr, mated that he kick

carpoiatfr, mated that he kick

carpoiatfr, mated that he Bichard saw policeman_ (279 P) - the prisoner sem% or eight tamed on the ground. and three gentlenieti said they should go to theeistian and report Innis stable's conduct. P. C. 270 P said, he believed it was thin WINO vowed that he would punch his (the
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
THE CENTTERT ROADS.

THE CENTTERT ROADS.

CENTTERT ROADS. _ Mr. HOLLICDOS stated that himself, Messrs. ilamniond, Hawkins. and Freeman. and one or two others. possessed land in the kinity of the cemetery, and wished to know whether the board would carry the water into that locality before the roads were repainwl, if the
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
CROYDON BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CROYDON BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

June 25th.—Prement Ir. lrikpen, (Chairman) Mr. Newton, (Vice-Chairman) At Ad. Hyslop. Jugging. Rowland and Spotionl. • only public buisinegg the reading of the fel)" letter. kletroplitan Police Office, Whitehall Place, June IA6I. have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
win egoist • had ' 601011141110ies uc invePtcous betit itio, or , direotion

win egoist • had ' 601011141110ies uc invePtcous betit itio, or , direotion

win egoist • had ' 601011 1 41110ies uc invePtcous betit itio, or , direotion Aar' to- a Itt;yr of the repasts ai ITS -- soyerleas were all out A tbe fury _ flatpeg. Had the wind bets% b It steadily array from the river in the t. -a of thestown, it is impossible to say what might
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
not th) j the el ng the wiire Ation very outilif,fr thmugbont;

not th) j the el ng the wiire Ation very outilif,fr thmugbont;

not t h) j the el ng the wiire Ation very outilif,fr thmugbont; e beton. any this will be have'
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
TF you waist your Watch Repaired in the beet manner and at • low charge, go to W. M. ROSSCOLL,

TF you waist your Watch Repaired in the beet manner and at • low charge, go to W. M. ROSSCOLL,

51, South End, Croydin.
June 29, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England