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Royal English Opera, Covent- - Garden.—Under the Manag,ftnt of Miis Louisa Pyne and Mr. W. Harrison.—PMuction Vincent Wallace's Grand Opera of" Lurlin‘b,' with new Scenery, Dresses, and Decorations. _ „. Ninth' week of the Pantomime.—Only representations of " Victorine " and" So
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF THE WESTMINSTER

MEETING OF THE WESTMINSTER

REFORM UNION. On Monday evening a public meeting,. Convened by the North London Political Union, was held in the Great Hall, Broadway, Westminster, for the purpose of enabling the people .of Westminster to form a similar institution. Mr. Malleson . was unanimously called to the
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
LABELS! LABELS!! LABELS!!! To Chemists, Druggists, Oilmen, and others. --Labels exquisitely designed, gummed, and cut, by R. Fell, Label Printer,

LABELS! LABELS!! LABELS!!! To Chemists, Druggists, Oilmen, and others. --Labels exquisitely designed, gummed, and cut, by R. Fell, Label Printer,

11, West Smithfield, E.C. Labels of every description kept in stock. The Trade supplied.
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY 18, 18601

FEBRUARY 18, 18601

mentally, a pair of rose-coloured spectacles, through which all humanity should look morally beautiful, and evil be invisible. Thus will he happily pass on his innocent career, without risk of alarming himself and others of his idiosyncrasy, with a view of that unsightly scum th
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
NEWS FOR THE POOR, NEWS FOR THE RICH, AND A DEATH-BLOW TO MONOPOLY. BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS !!! Every description of

NEWS FOR THE POOR, NEWS FOR THE RICH, AND A DEATH-BLOW TO MONOPOLY. BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS !!! Every description of

Riveted and Pegged Boots and Shoes, Home-made and war. ranted. Military Heeled Cashmere Boots, 3s. 6d. Double Soled Cloth Boots, 3s. 6th Gents' Wellington Boots, Ss. 6d. Ditto Short Wellingtons, 7s. 6d. Extra strong Boots for Youths and Girls always on hand at HOMES'S, 36, LEATH
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
HARMONIUMS AND CONCERTINAS, THE LATEST IMPROVED. Harmoniums, Five Octaves, from £6 6s. Four-Octaves, £6 los., with double feeders. THE IMPROVED

HARMONIUMS AND CONCERTINAS, THE LATEST IMPROVED. Harmoniums, Five Octaves, from £6 6s. Four-Octaves, £6 los., with double feeders. THE IMPROVED

CONCERTINA, With 48 Keys, Double Action, from £3 3s. h. ROCK CHIDLE Y, Manufacturer, 135, High Holborn, W.C. and Hollingworth-street, Holloway, N.
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Condy's Patent Fluid, or Natural Disinfectant, not only deodorizes but disinfects perfectly, and destroys FOR EVER the cause of infection.

Condy's Patent Fluid, or Natural Disinfectant, not only deodorizes but disinfects perfectly, and destroys FOR EVER the cause of infection.

Is not poisonous, as it may be used to purify water. Evolves no noxious or unpleasant gas. Cannot be mistaken for any other fluid, thereby preventing death and disease and is therefore the best, safest, cheapest, and most pleasant disinfectant ever introduced. This fluid has bee
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Important Notice. To Heirs-at-Law , Next of Kin, Legatees, and others, entitled under Wills.—: great number of Persons in town

Important Notice. To Heirs-at-Law , Next of Kin, Legatees, and others, entitled under Wills.—: great number of Persons in town

and country have but an imperfect knowledge or merely a vague conception of their rights. For the benefit of parties so interested, Wills will be searched fer, and inspected, and information of their contents obtained and furnished, on application personally or by letter, enclos
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England
 
LYCEUM THEATRE.

LYCEUM THEATRE.

Mr. Dickens' S admirable story "A Tale of Two Cities," was on Monday represented at the Lyceum Theatre, having been moulded into dramatic form by Mr. Tom Taylor. Every one is (or ought to be), perfectly familiar with the " Tale of Two Cities," it having appeared in "All the Year
February 18, 1860 - West End News - London, London, England