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Wedding Carriages, T Argent's Livery Stables, 48, Pen tonville'Road; N., (Next Claremont Chapel,) Wedding Cartiage, with Two Horses, to Chtirth

Wedding Carriages, T Argent's Livery Stables, 48, Pen tonville'Road; N., (Next Claremont Chapel,) Wedding Cartiage, with Two Horses, to Chtirth

arid rotttrh, a 0 10 6 Ditto; ditto; ;With One Hiiite, djttb. „, , 0 6 0 Any dedefiptiob. of Catriage, at per Hihir d / 6 Superior Carriages .built expressly for the above occasions, with Grey Horses, &c., in the first style, at moderate charges. The handsomest Bride's Carriage
March 28, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Jolly Cooperg.elerkeriwOl Close .—J. . NEEEjIiAM, Mr I. LaMbert,..respect7 fully informs the inhabitants of Clerkeiiwell that he is fully determined

Jolly Cooperg.elerkeriwOl Close .—J. . NEEEjIiAM, Mr I. LaMbert,..respect7 fully informs the inhabitants of Clerkeiiwell that he is fully determined

to carry out the principles of his tespeet?L'd predecessor, viz., by selling the beer (supplied by the same eminent brewers, and which has attained such high fame at , this. establishment), also by . retailing Wines, Spirits, Cerdhifs, kc; , pure unadulterated. , N.ll.—Gufness's
March 28, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Notice. —Mr. Bletchly continues to give his Advice FREE in all medical and surgical cases, before 11 o'clock in the

Notice. —Mr. Bletchly continues to give his Advice FREE in all medical and surgical cases, before 11 o'clock in the

morning, and after 6 o'clock in the evening, at his Residence, and 9, Tabernacle Walk.
March 28, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1836. IMPORTANT TO ECONOMISTS. • puy your BRUSHES and BROOMS -1-• the Maker, and save all Intermediate Profits. TO

ESTABLISHED 1836. IMPORTANT TO ECONOMISTS. • puy your BRUSHES and BROOMS -1-• the Maker, and save all Intermediate Profits. TO

GENTLEMEN. Try ORTON' S Shilling Scarf Brush Universally Admitted to b e th e B es t I s Article ever Offered to the Public. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS. ORTON, 1, Queen Street, Pitfield Street, Horton.
March 28, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Gentlemen. who require a first-rate artick, at a moderate price should visit the well-known Establishment of CHARLES DRUCE, TAILOR, 47,

Gentlemen. who require a first-rate artick, at a moderate price should visit the well-known Establishment of CHARLES DRUCE, TAILOR, 47,

Bishopsgate Street Within, E.C. P RI CES FROCK COAT £2 5 0 DRESS „ VEST. • OlO 6 BLACK TROUSERS SCOTCH CHEVIOT TROUSERS from 14s. And all other goods equally low. INVERNESS CAPES from 30s each. All Goods thoroughly shrunk, and each article warranted of the best cut and manufactu
March 28, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
PRICE ONE HALFPENNY.

PRICE ONE HALFPENNY.

Rave you been to I'REW'S New Wardrobe? Have you been to PRENV'S Wardrobe? if not, you should go, An hour or two you may well there bestow, With its ceiling so lofty and mirrors so bright, Brilliant glass chandeliers—'tis lt palace of light I With the splendid display of fashions
January 24, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
TILE CLERKENWELL JOURNAL.

TILE CLERKENWELL JOURNAL.

MR AYRTON AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. The hon. member for the . Tower Hamlets met his constituents on Thursday evening s at the Beaumont Institution, Mile End, for the purpose of addressing them previous to the meeting of Parliament, on leading political topics. Mr W. Newton took the
January 24, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
New Bacon and Cheese Stores. No. 36, ST. JOHN STREET, ( Opposite Fctxmerand Gorbell' 8.) Symons begs to return his

New Bacon and Cheese Stores. No. 36, ST. JOHN STREET, ( Opposite Fctxmerand Gorbell' 8.) Symons begs to return his

st,:ncere thauks for the great patronage he has received since opening the above establishment, and hopes by :strict attention, and by purchasing nothing but firstclass stock to merit and obtain increased favours. Note the address-36, St. John Street.
January 24, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Wedding Carriages, - AT Argent's Livery Stables, 48, Pen tonville Road, N., (Next Claremont Chapel,) Wedding Carriage, with Two Horses,

Wedding Carriages, - AT Argent's Livery Stables, 48, Pen tonville Road, N., (Next Claremont Chapel,) Wedding Carriage, with Two Horses,

to Church and return from 0 10 6 Ditto, ditto, with One Horse, ditto Any description of Carriage, at per Hour 0 2 • Superior Carriages built expressly for the above occasions, with Grey Horses, &c., in the first style, at moderate charges. The handsomest Bride's Carriage in Engl
January 24, 1863 - North London Record - London, London, England