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Magic Lanterns and Dissolving Views.—Lanterns and slides, from 7s. 6d.: 'Newton's celebrated and greatly improved phantasmagoria lanterns, lenses 3i inches

Magic Lanterns and Dissolving Views.—Lanterns and slides, from 7s. 6d.: 'Newton's celebrated and greatly improved phantasmagoria lanterns, lenses 3i inches

diameter, complete in ease, £3 3s. The slides are painted on the premises by firstrate artists. Any subject to order. Illustrated price lists for three stamps.—Newtons, opticians, 3, Fleetstreet, Temple-bar. Enoiish French & German Toys. W. Hamley's old established Repository fo
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
and thq pram.

and thq pram.

pram. .----0-. MARYLEBONE THEA.TRE. TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. H. CAVE, On Tuesday last, !after the performance, a numerous body of Mr. Cave's public and private friends assembled on the stage, for the purpose of presenting him with a diamond riug, as a slight testimonial of their est
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Mi. 'JOHN WHITE, 228, Piccadilly. London. *

Mi. 'JOHN WHITE, 228, Piccadilly. London. *

What shall I Use for my Hair? This is a question often asked, and in answer to it a host of articles are offered, without any reference to what is really wanted, and it is curious to observe the absurdities thereby manifested. For instance, a person with a fine and luxuriant hea
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
No. 10.

No. 10.

October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
W Williams, "Barley Mow, " e Duke-street, Grosvenor-square (late of the Hotel, Cripplegate), informs his friends and the public that

W Williams, "Barley Mow, " e Duke-street, Grosvenor-square (late of the Hotel, Cripplegate), informs his friends and the public that

he has taken the above house, and hopes, by supplying first-rate articles at moderate prices, to give every satisfaction. Luncheons, Dinners, Beds, &c.
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Waterproof Boots for the Highlauds.—J. Reid; 99, Regent's Quadrant, begs to solicit the attention of noblemen and gentlemen to his

Waterproof Boots for the Highlauds.—J. Reid; 99, Regent's Quadrant, begs to solicit the attention of noblemen and gentlemen to his

well selected stock of Waterproof Shooting, Fishing, and Hunting Boots. Suited for all climates. Also a large stock of ladies' boots and shoes, all of the newest designs, for the ensuing season.
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
fishing and Hunting Boots, Waterproof indiarubber, made expressly, and warranted superior to all others. Wellingtons, 21s. ; extra high, to

fishing and Hunting Boots, Waterproof indiarubber, made expressly, and warranted superior to all others. Wellingtons, 21s. ; extra high, to

cover the hip and secure round the waist, 30s; also men's, women's and children's overshoes forwarded to order on receipt of measure and post-office order, by E. Curtis and Co. American warehouse, 164, Strand, near Somerset-house.
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Left-off Clothes.—Miss Wood is in want of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's left off apparrel, &c., of every description, in large

Left-off Clothes.—Miss Wood is in want of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's left off apparrel, &c., of every description, in large

or small quantities. Miss W. has removed from 88 to 68, Regent-street (private door), where all letters, &c., must be addressed.
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England
 
Queen's Hotel (The Hall) Boarding Establishment, near the Crystal Palace. Upper Norwood, attached to the Queen's Hotel, stands unrivalled for

Queen's Hotel (The Hall) Boarding Establishment, near the Crystal Palace. Upper Norwood, attached to the Queen's Hotel, stands unrivalled for

the beauty of its situation and quiet; it contains splendid dining and drawing-rooms, with a reception room. Terms 21 guineas per week. No extras.
October 8, 1859 - West End News - London, London, England