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VAUGHAN'S ) 39, STRAND LONDON. SECOND-HAND DIAMOND WORK. JEWELLERY, &0., considerably underfirst cost SPIRT* Ali by but Engimb Money advarced

VAUGHAN'S ) 39, STRAND LONDON. SECOND-HAND DIAMOND WORK. JEWELLERY, &0., considerably underfirst cost SPIRT* Ali by but Engimb Money advarced

on tbe above sectulty at low rates. Fer goods boogbt brr,, tbe price given will be allowed back in within any reiwonable tune. Illustrated Cataloger Gratis
04 January 1902 - American Register - London, London, England
 
OM NI JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. 5.14 M. dal i Uri World.

OM NI JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. 5.14 M. dal i Uri World.

04 January 1902 - American Register - London, London, England
 
SUBSCRIPTION FRANCE. Fr. C. 1 month 0 60 months . . . 12 month? . , 5 00 POSTAL UNION.

SUBSCRIPTION FRANCE. Fr. C. 1 month 0 60 months . . . 12 month? . , 5 00 POSTAL UNION.

1 month . . . 6 months 19 montlim
04 January 1902 - American Register - London, London, England
 
VISITORS AT TIIE PARIS HOTELS.

VISITORS AT TIIE PARIS HOTELS.

Hotel de l'Atheine. Mr. H. B. Davies, Mrs. Thompson, Mr. H. S. Terhune, Mr. T. W. Siete, Mrs. William H. Omens-Hardy, Mrs. F. Debenham, Mr. W. Hopping, Mrs. G. W. McNair, Miss McNair, Mr. H. Hagemeyer, Mr. V. Bead. hotel Brighton. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Leidy, Mrs. B Ayer, Mr. and
18 December 1909 - American Register - London, London, England
 
OXFORD STREET & RECENT STREET LONDON ART GALLERIES. THE HOLLAND FINE ART GALLERY

OXFORD STREET & RECENT STREET LONDON ART GALLERIES. THE HOLLAND FINE ART GALLERY

14, Grafton Street, Bond Street, LONDON W. SBLICTID FIX:TURES BY MODREN DUTCH ARTISTS The Antique Galleried Old Furniture and Panelling 441-446, OXFORD STREET, W. MESSRS. DOWD ESWEL L. Ancient and Modern Paintings. . 18 WEST 30th STREET, NEW YORK (Two doors from the Holland Hous
15 February 1902 - American Register - London, London, England
 

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GLTNGARTH SCHOOL FOR ROTS, CHELTENHAM, Receives the Sons of Gentlemen between the ages of 6 and 1 4. Glyngarth stands

GLTNGARTH SCHOOL FOR ROTS, CHELTENHAM, Receives the Sons of Gentlemen between the ages of 6 and 1 4. Glyngarth stands

in an exceedingly healthy position on high ground, opposite Christchurch. individual attention is paid to the capacities of each boy. Boys from 6to 8 years of age receive the individual attention of Mrs. AU DEN. The physical as well as the mental side of a boy's education is con
18 December 1909 - American Register - London, London, England
 
NEW COLLEGE, WORTHING. (ESTABLISHED 27 I( E ) and Commercial Education ler Boys. Situated in the finest road of the

NEW COLLEGE, WORTHING. (ESTABLISHED 27 I( E ) and Commercial Education ler Boys. Situated in the finest road of the

town, within two minutes' walk of the sea. Specially built for scholastic purposes. Worthing is pronounced to be one of the healthiest spots in England. Mrs. BAUMANN and a Lady Matron look after the comforts of the Pupils. Principal—O. (Author of sem( School Book,, of which more
18 December 1909 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT EASTERN LIVERPOOL STREET IJ LONDON E. C. fIpHE EXTENSION TO THE HOTEL, comprising ABOUT 200 ROOMS, Is.now ready

THE GREAT EASTERN LIVERPOOL STREET IJ LONDON E. C. fIpHE EXTENSION TO THE HOTEL, comprising ABOUT 200 ROOMS, Is.now ready

tor -I- the reception of visitors.— Apart from the Magnificent PUBLIC ROOMS a special point has been made of the Bedrooms, which are unequalled for size, air, ventilation; in.fgtt, every comfort.—ELECTRIC LlGHT.—Visitors to the Hotel may at all times ely upon the best attention.
15 February 1902 - American Register - London, London, England
 
HOTEL BELLEVUE 89, AVENUE DS L'OPERA, PARIS. Finest situation in the French capital, close hi HERALD Reading-room. Restaiirant table Reading

HOTEL BELLEVUE 89, AVENUE DS L'OPERA, PARIS. Finest situation in the French capital, close hi HERALD Reading-room. Restaiirant table Reading

and Smoking Rooms. Telephone. Stairs and covered entranee-hall heated. Advantageous arrangements for winter. Electric light thronglioilt. Lift and Baths. No extra charge for service and lift. L. HAUSER, Proprietor.
15 February 1902 - American Register - London, London, England