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STAYS!

STAYS!

IT is well known that Quality is thc test of cheapness, it is also quite reasonable to suppose that a Manufacturer can offer many advantages which a retailer cannot; now, without puffing, F. KING, 46, St. John-street, corner of ? Great Sutton-street, will merely that he has had
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES'S, CLERKENWELL.

ST. JAMES'S, CLERKENWELL.

TUESDAY EVENING LECTURES. In consequence of the absence of the Rev. Mr. Maguire in the north of England, on Tuesday the 18th, the lecture on Bunyan was postponed, and the Rev. 11. W. Tindall occupied the pulpit, delivering an interesting discourse, bear-. ing an analogy to the s
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
JAN. 28, 185g.]

JAN. 28, 185g.]

January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Shayler's Instantaneous 'United Service Hair Dye FOR softening and dyinc , the human hair black or brown, continues to supersede

Shayler's Instantaneous 'United Service Hair Dye FOR softening and dyinc , the human hair black or brown, continues to supersede

everything of the sort yet known; also advantageous to the curl of the hair; and easily applied. To be had of the Inventor, J. T. Shayler, 82, St. John-street-road, near the Angel, and j. F. Shayler, 5, West-street, Soho; in packets, 2s. Bd., 45., 65., Bs. 6d., and 10s. 6d. each
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
WANTED by a Young Man, respectably connected, a situation as Junior Clerk in a firstclass Establishment; can have twelve months

WANTED by a Young Man, respectably connected, a situation as Junior Clerk in a firstclass Establishment; can have twelve months

character from his Jast employer.—Address E. LANCE, No. 5, Lower Brunswick Parade, Barnsbury Road, Islington. Jan. 7, 1859.
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
NOURNING DRAPER. • 11. RANSOM. 40, Upper Street, Islington, near the Green. Mantles, and Millinery, including readymade skirts of every

NOURNING DRAPER. • 11. RANSOM. 40, Upper Street, Islington, near the Green. Mantles, and Millinery, including readymade skirts of every

description. Established 20 Years.
January 28, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Agent to the Phcenix Fire Office.

Agent to the Phcenix Fire Office.

Before your Wedding Day - YOU should send or call and purchase a Guinea Gold Wedding Ring and Hall marked Keeper, in Morocco Case, for 18s. 6d., at S. Sharwood'a, Old Established House, 106, St. John-street-road, Clerkenwell. Also handsome Revolving Brooches, to show either like
February 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
WINTER LECTURES.

WINTER LECTURES.

Mr. T. A. Burr will be happy to deliver his Lectures on the "ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH AND NEWSPAPERS" free of charge to the Teachers, Parents, and elder Children of Ragged Schools. To arrange time, address Mr. Burr, care of Mr. Dalrymple, publisher, 67, Great Queen Street, London, W.C
February 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Golden Boot, 5 & 6, Albion Place, Holloway Road ESTABLISHED 1842. A J. BROOK ) Manufacturer of the very best

Golden Boot, 5 & 6, Albion Place, Holloway Road ESTABLISHED 1842. A J. BROOK ) Manufacturer of the very best

Booth and Shoes, continues personally to superintend the manufacture of his stock, which is now replete with every essential, suitable for the Spring, either for promenade or common wear. First-class material, sound workmanship, the certainty of an easy fit, and lowest remunerat
February 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
ST. THOMAS , CRA:RTERHOUSE GOSWELL STREET. UPPER SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Under the immediate superintendance of the Rev. W. Rogers, M.A.,

ST. THOMAS , CRA:RTERHOUSE GOSWELL STREET. UPPER SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Under the immediate superintendance of the Rev. W. Rogers, M.A.,

Incumbent of St. Thomas, Charterhou.se. Head master: , Mr. Henry Smith, first class certificated master. Second Master—Mr. Brabham, certificated master. French Master—Mons. F. Quesnel. Under Masters—Mr. Dean and Mr. H. P. Barrett. Terms: Senior Divisi9n, £1; Junior Division, 15s
February 25, 1859 - North London Record - London, London, England