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MOURNING DRAPER. RANSOM, 40, UPPER STREET, Islington, near the Green. NOTICE.—On Monday next, H. R. will offer a quantity of

MOURNING DRAPER. RANSOM, 40, UPPER STREET, Islington, near the Green. NOTICE.—On Monday next, H. R. will offer a quantity of

two-flounced Alpaccas from 12s. 9d. the dress ; also his Creaseless 'Lusatian Cloth, from 10s. 6d. the robe, including a number of long Wool Shawls at half price. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS.
February 18, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Gold and Silver Chaim.

Gold and Silver Chaim.

T° ins • insure a Good. Article buy of the Maker, WALTER MOORE, Gold and Silver . Chain Maker. The Trade supplied with the following articles cheaper than at any other house in London: Gold Snaps, Gold and Silver Split-rings, Swivels, and Label Chains. Repairing for the Trade on
March 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
MOURNING.

MOURNING.

VOTTRNING ATTIRE is fre-"-"L quently required in haste, and should be furnished with as little trouble ,as possible to those who need it. The Proprietors of the WATERLOO HOUSE, King's Cross, are fully sensible of the distraction and trouble occasioned by bereavements; and with t
March 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
St. Luke's Funeral Carriage and FUlleral EStablisi , ra° l3l . CHART.2O MAN, 53, Brick Lane, St. Luke's. in returning

St. Luke's Funeral Carriage and FUlleral EStablisi , ra° l3l . CHART.2O MAN, 53, Brick Lane, St. Luke's. in returning

thanks to his nu. • merous Friends and the Public in gosies - all begs to submit the following reduced list of prices for cash, which for respectability cannot be surpassed: Grown Person's Carriage Funeral £2 10 0 With separate Hearse and Coach 3 10 0 Hearse and Coach, with Pair
March 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
FOR • RESPECTABLE FUNERALS, GO TO J. DI X, 13, CLERKENWELL GREEN.

FOR • RESPECTABLE FUNERALS, GO TO J. DI X, 13, CLERKENWELL GREEN.

March 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Ce gut faubiougtorb' FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 184 q. 1191114 Qg THE POOR IN QI,344IOEIIWLL.

Ce gut faubiougtorb' FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 184 q. 1191114 Qg THE POOR IN QI,344IOEIIWLL.

Ce faubiougtorb' FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 184 q. 1191114 Qg THE POOR IN QI,344IOEIIWLL. T years ago, and at this season of the year, the g Chronicle, by the aid of HenrY-Mayhew, as gtropolitan Correspondent, roused public atten 9t to the state of London Labour and London Poor, and, by
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Over Co tts! Over Coats!! Over Coats !!! Men's, from 125.; Boys', from ss. MESSRS. BRYANT & CO. ) the

Over Co tts! Over Coats!! Over Coats !!! Men's, from 125.; Boys', from ss. MESSRS. BRYANT & CO. ) the

well- . known Tailors and Clothiers, have opened a Branch Establishment, 19 2 Exmouth Street, Clerkenwell, for the Well-cut, an su d pVy a i s tg ona tt e inl c l o blan ng ts ilf he t a h p e er vi a c i i a n d ity ß N e v t i t t e h r than at any other house in London. Fit,
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Old Candlesticks, Tea-pots, TOAST-RACKS,Cruets, Spoons, Forks, acc., Re-Plated, AND MADE EQUAL TO NEW AT A 'VERY MODERATE CHARGE. EWBANK LEEFE,

Old Candlesticks, Tea-pots, TOAST-RACKS,Cruets, Spoons, Forks, acc., Re-Plated, AND MADE EQUAL TO NEW AT A 'VERY MODERATE CHARGE. EWBANK LEEFE,

General Electrotyper in Silver and Copper, 6.5, Goswell-road, E. C.
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Established 1842. E LANCE, Dyer, Shawl and F urn it ure - 1 --A Cleaner, &c., No. 5, Lower Brunswick-terrace,

Established 1842. E LANCE, Dyer, Shawl and F urn it ure - 1 --A Cleaner, &c., No. 5, Lower Brunswick-terrace,

Barnsbury -road, (Next door to the Post-office.) Silk, satin, and every other description of Dress cleaned whole. Any article of Dress sent for cleaning on Wednesday returned on Saturday.
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England