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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bleaching, Clock-vwDrk, Distillation, Dyeing, Drawing, Engraving, Gilding and Silvering, Ink-making, Japanning, Lacquer- ing, Millwork, Moulding and Casting in Plaster, Painting, Staining Glass and. Wood, and Varnishing. The Methods of Working in Wood and Metal- And a Miscellaneous Selection of interesting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pnblisiatd, in iSto. price is.'d. boards, -THE CABINET-MAKER'S GUIDE; or, Rules and InstruneiOns - iin the ait of Varnishing, Dyeing,' Staining, Japarri-oging, darken- i-g, arid beautifying Wood, Ivory, 'Tortoiseshell, and Metal. With Observatians oen their Management and Application. A New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May 9. INSOLVENTS. J. Mellor, Macclesfield, Cheshire, builder. F. Elliott, Slanbgham, Sussex, victualler. W. Hopkins, Gower street North, St Pancras, plumber. E. Wilde, Royton, Lancaster, cotton-spinner. BANERUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. T. Taylor, Marple bridge, Derby, victualler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. W. H. Sparks, Godalming, Surrey, paper-maker. BAN RwaPTS. M. Waller, Lad lane, warehouseman. [Fisher, Walbrook buildings. J. Conway, Staining lane,builder. [Dignum,Little Distaff lane. M. Collins, Brompton victualler. [Garrard, Suffolk street. W. Grant, Gosport, silversmith. [Bogue end Lambert, Gray's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Mlemiorials of the Civil War: comprising the Corre- spondence of the Fahfax Family wvith the most distin- guished Personages engaged in that memorable Contest. Now first published from the original Manuscripts. Edited by Robert Bell, Author Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be apt to forgive what Jis grudg- 'ing in our remarks 'when we add that his 'book is very enter- Staining, in spite of many' faults, 'and that-we think most readers wilbe likely to read it with the same feeling; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    application to the Fine Arts of Paiuting, Decoration of Buildings, Mosaic Work, Tapestry and Carpet Weaving, Calico Printing, Dress, Paper Staining, Printing, Illumination, Landscape and Flower Gardening. By 1\. E. CiIEVIlEUL, Director of the Dyc WorLs of the Gobelins. Translated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    application to the Fine Arts of Painting, Decoration of Buildings, Mosaic WorL, Tapestry and Carpet Weaving, Calico Printing, Dress, Paper Staining, Printing, Illumination, Landscape and Flower Gardening. By M. E. CHEVREUL, Director of the Dye Works of the Gobelins. Translated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s-iota lane, liceosed victa cler- [tteckesoU and Gelding, Lincolots-icn fields. -J. Low, RyLigh, t-sex, carperte [M'Greeor, Size lane.-J. K. Westrop, Staining I~ne, glove manilfactilre,.r [Red and Co., Friday street, Cheapside.-C. E. Handy, Darlaston, Otottroepire apothecary. [James and Koight, Bicieieghane.-J. W5ilaois, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Col. it 4isa Armty, in accordance faith thle Order in Coiscil, tile 13th September, 1854. Bankruptcies Ausnulled.-J. K. Westrop, Staining lane, glovfe inau- iacturer-M. Collett, Leonard 54lanley, Glocslrterhire, milter-C. Welch, Weis, I Somersetshire, innkeeper. Bnsiirrupts.-J. Broadhurst, Sutherland place, Walworth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brokers. Cottrill and Sans, Throgmorton street.-J. Preston, Spalding, Lincolnshire, watchmaker. [Taylor and Woodward, Great James street, Bedford row.-J. K. Westrop, Staining lane, City, glove manufacturer. [Reed and Co., Friday street, Clheapside.-G. C. Williams, Northampton, cora dealer. [Tucker and Co., St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Cruse, Kintbnry, near Hungerford, Berkshire, builder-Nov. 10, J. Carver and W. Peet, Basingliall street, 'eerchants-Nov. 10, J. K. IVestrop, Staining lane, glove manttfActurer-Nov. It. it. Wells, Blackbuarn tea dealer-Nov. 11, J. Fisher, Nottingloam. builder-Nov. 11, W. Edwards, Stamford. Lincolnsheole, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [J Hartley, Calveiley, Yorkshire, cloth manufacturer. [Simpson, Leeds.-G Wilkin- son, Durham, grocet. [Smith, Durbam. Dividensm. -Nov 23, J K Westrop, Staining lane, city, glove manu- facturer-Nov 23, N Coressey, Threadneedle street, merchant (separate estate)-Nov 23, J B Folkard, Jermyn street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co.-' The Deterrent Influence of Capital Punishment.' By Thomas Meggs. William Tweedie.-' Proposed Union of the Benefice of All Hallows, Staining, with that of St Katharine, Coleman, in the City of London. By James Innes.-' Education and Emigration: their Relation Subscribers-only content

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    I=r eutliarrr ;n sail so a I'.'EEHODS (tLOe G OUND IttNT o f £2. IN. 451,, secured Iuy thle ilouse. Staining, riser tuul Prenurises, No. 45 iii Johnsounc Steect ; tgetctre sehth the IIEVE- 9iom- SION-IN-F5EE Iin abonnt eigthty-cighr2 years. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Two Important FREEHOLD RETAIL SUOPS, Noe. 49 and 51, m George Street, near John Street, Lozelis, with Slaughterhouse, Bakehouse, Staining, and Preceisee; let to Mr. Pratt. Bullcher, aced Mr. Stephens, halter, at room of LII. gale, amocenteag to £56. Subscribers-only content

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    opening for. L P v~siess a~n ent£30.-Price, 5, TempLe fewv. e fl)sPELHIOIJSE Street-Large Dwell~ng-house with yard, C);( gatew~ay, coach-house, and Staining. Rent £316-Perry. 32, - Paradise Street. c.376 - (YHEMISTS and Others.-CapitalI ShoP to L~et, limet suitable for r; J Subscribers-only content

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    at Bilsten,' BmNrnmw PORTEa, landlord of the Old Bush, Roseville, Sedgley, Swas charged with having a quantity of liquid con- Staining sugar in a place not licensed for that pur- pose. Ani officer of the Excise, on visiting defendant's house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiberal wages will be given,-Applynat Clarke's, 59, Pritchett Strect, Birmingham. 629 m0 PAPER. S'TAINERS;-Permanent TEMPLOYMEFT fora Person who urderstands Paper Staining. Salary liberal to a competent person.-Address by letter, 302, Doily Pest Office. 647 XATANTED, a respectable YOUTH, who ean Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Yard, 23, Bradford Street, from Triree tilFive. -- - -(; ANTED, a COLOUR MIXER; for a Fancy. P raper Staining -Works, in -Maohester. Constant employ. no~d goDodvwages. Mustbe thorougbly practical at the bunicees,. -Addree T. IL, Poet Offic, Manchester. Subscribers-only content

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