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FEI3RUART 27.

FEI3RUART 27.

For Bombay.—Lady and Miss Frere, Mrs. W. W. Anderson, Mr. A. Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. Macnee, Capt. Preston, Major W. G. and Mrs. Mainwaring, Capt. and Mrs. C. Payne Rarres and infant,, Mr. and Mrs. Houghton, Mr. W. Johnson, Mr. P. S. Melvilt, Mr. R. A. Sargeant. For Alexandria.—M
January 26, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEwTom WILSON tk CG.s VAIERT SV.WM,

NEwTom WILSON tk CG.s VAIERT SV.WM,

THESE MACHINES ARE FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED, whether for family or manufacturing 'uses. They are lighter and easier to operate, simpler to learn, quieter in action, and less liable to derangement The range of work performed is greater than any—they run, tuck, hem,
January 26, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEW WRITS.

NEW WRITS.

On the motion of Mr. BRAND a new writ was ordered for the election of a representative for the borough of Durham, in the room of the late Sir IV. Atherton. Writs were also ordered for the election of representatives for the boroughs of Tewkesbury and Winchester, in the room of t
February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Casitattits.

Casitattits.

rA fire broke out shortly after six o'clock last Wednes i d t a e y ra eN a -e n n d in s g pi o e n e the premises of Messrs. Hayward, Nicholls, & Co., reitillants. The building, which was six floors high, d s r t )°.s o a d in Turu wh o e t e elitttli;pboalciokeof. a block of
February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FEB. 10,17864 .

FEB. 10,17864 .

February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PEI 3. 10, 1864. FUND, £lOO,OOO. Iron or us,e JPO eb t, JOl CO *Ole° flab- CHARTERED MERCANTILE BANK OF

PEI 3. 10, 1864. FUND, £lOO,OOO. Iron or us,e JPO eb t, JOl CO *Ole° flab- CHARTERED MERCANTILE BANK OF

INDIA, LONDON, AND CHINA. I NCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. PAID -UP CAPITAL, £500,000. RESERVE COURT OF DIRECTORS,-1863-64. GEORGE GARDEN NICOL, Esq., Chairman DONALD LARNACII, Esq. GEORGE P. Roarssow, Esq. GEORGE MAT, ESQ. THOMAS STENHOUSE, Esq. S/R FREDERICK JAMES HALLIDAY. K.C
February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND SAMPLES POST FREE. jij- GREAT CENTRAL DEPOT, WI ID

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND SAMPLES POST FREE. jij- GREAT CENTRAL DEPOT, WI ID

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND SAMPLES POST FREE. GREAT CENTRAL DEPOT, ID PRESERVED PROVISIONS NOT OVER-COOKED. JOHN WCALL AND CO., MANUFACTURERS TO THE ROYAL NAVY OF GREAT BRITAIN, Beg leave to call the attention of buyers to their Provisions prepared by MoCALL'S NEW PATENT PROCESS,
February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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SEASON. , LOVE AND THE CONGRESS OF FLOWERS. THE SANDRINGHAM BOUQUET.' "The rose looks fair, but fairer we it deem , For that sweet odour which doth in It liv shake \ a Thousand others. t 3 A' \ .. Three Bottles in a Pretty A. 11 / 4 • 4# Sil C ip a l s e e S i a:;ple, \ 2s. 6d.
February 10, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
while he served as the director of ordnance, to be an ordinary member of the civil division of the third

while he served as the director of ordnance, to be an ordinary member of the civil division of the third

class, or companions, of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. ADMIRALTY, Dec. 30. Royal Marine Light Infantry.—Second Lieut. Charles S. C. Webb to be First Lieut., vice T. L. Grant, placed on half-pay.
January 4, 1864 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England