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TO LADIES. .. it 1 1 , y ADIES should visit our NEW SIIOW-10011S, which are now Open with 1.

TO LADIES. .. it 1 1 , y ADIES should visit our NEW SIIOW-10011S, which are now Open with 1.

r 1.. A the Largest Stork in the WORLD of Spring and Summer Hone-hair Crinoline Petticoats, Paris and Arueriesa Watch-spring Jupous„with every \ . novelty In frout-fastenina. Elatt:c Costal Stays and Bodices. , ) .• i r _ Nl I , ,- - 1 Ladies' French Muylin and Lace Juposo, 3s.
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
.EBT4BLIBHED THOMAS PRESTON, W. H. CAMPART, NURSERYMAN. SEEDSMAN and FLORIST, Handcroft-rosd, Croydon. and Reka Grams& Laid Out arid Planted by

.EBT4BLIBHED THOMAS PRESTON, W. H. CAMPART, NURSERYMAN. SEEDSMAN and FLORIST, Handcroft-rosd, Croydon. and Reka Grams& Laid Out arid Planted by

Contract or Hat and Cap Manufacturer, otherwise. 48, HIGH STREET, CROYDON, S. JOHNSON & SON, Nearly opposite the Town Hall. - Harness and Reps manufacturers, J. MILLS, 0, STREET, CROYDON. Carpenter. 71, NO RT H END, C ROT DOE. % Ca 10, Pries. Rick Cloths. - *a setto to alder ca
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
EPITOMIC OF FOREIGN ITEMS.

EPITOMIC OF FOREIGN ITEMS.

Ti discussion 011 the loan bill WA.3 resumed on day in the Turin Chamberof Deputies. Signor Musalino or. posed the bill, and declared that lie had no confidence in a ministry that wished to maintain the alliance with France. Ile said England is the only true friend of Italy, and
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of the Croydon Times.

To the Editor of the Croydon Times.

-tI-- Sta.—What next! and next! are we to receive from the hands of the very fast Editor of the Croydon Chronicle, surely he must be an Irishman. otherwise be was born out of his native country. He heada an a.tiele"Our seventh Anniversary: and at the same moment tells tut that h
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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Ta!niers Norfolk, Lincolnshire, and Baauts...llllalting Grinding and Distilling Cher*lie . r Osrs...Essex Suffolk Scotch Lincolnshire, Potato Ditto Feed Irish, Potato Ditto, Feed Kra Hamm—Maw= Tick and Harrow l'igeon Windsor _ _ Long Pod PRas...tion Boilers White, Essex and Kent
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
D W HITE:HOUSE. Fancy Bread and Biscuit it, Bruad-green, Croydon. Pure Homemade Bread. Borne persons nag that to ensure Good

D W HITE:HOUSE. Fancy Bread and Biscuit it, Bruad-green, Croydon. Pure Homemade Bread. Borne persons nag that to ensure Good

bread, they are obliged to make It; But they forget 1 make it jut as pure, And only wait • trial. they'll after take It, Then curse the day they ever mole their own, The nuisance, trouble; Miss makes many a groan. Residell I wish to know where is the raving? Deducting time, yeas
July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
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July 6, 1861 - Croydon Times - London, London, England