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Hendon.

Hendon.

THE Governors of Mill-hill School are anxious to receive applications for the Head- Mastership from gentlemen of position and attainments. If "the right man" can be found, energetic efforts will be made to re-establish, he school. MANSLAUGHTER.—Dr. Lankester held an inquest last
13 February 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Holloway.

Holloway.

PROPOSED PUBLIC HALL.—The want Of a Public Hall has long been felt in To say nothing of the inconvencience caused when political questions are under discussion, the absence of such a building excludes the people from that instruction and amusement which might be derived from le
13 February 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
SHARE PROSPECTUS.

SHARE PROSPECTUS.

That there is an absolute necessity for additional facilities for effectin g Fi re I ns u r ance is everywhere admitted—a large and uncultivated field still remains —authentic data showing that upwards of three thousand millions of Property is uninsured against Fire in the Unite
13 February 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
HENDON, XI- Agent, Mr. WILLIAM FURNESS, Newsvendor, Brent-street.

HENDON, XI- Agent, Mr. WILLIAM FURNESS, Newsvendor, Brent-street.

13 February 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
The North Londoner.

The North Londoner.

fully lightened and harmonised by carving and colour. The central cross with Agnus Dei has been boldly brought out by gold on a relieved surface; and shafts of serpentine marble have been inserted, with carved capitals, in lieu of the plain piers. The largest part of the decorat
20 March 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
The North Londoner.

The North Londoner.

repaired, and in the evenly he left the brass beading in the boot of the cab, leaving the latter in the stable. On the following morning he found the stable had been entered and the beading stolen. He went to a marine-store dealer's shop kept by a man named Stone, whose son said
20 March 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
bEDFORD NEW TOWN. Agents, Mr. G. CLARKE, 22, Stebbington-street.

bEDFORD NEW TOWN. Agents, Mr. G. CLARKE, 22, Stebbington-street.

20 March 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
HERTS, ELSTREE.—CIose to the station, in a very pleasant situation, a Detached Cottage RESIDENCE, containing seven rooms. Good garden. Rent,

HERTS, ELSTREE.—CIose to the station, in a very pleasant situation, a Detached Cottage RESIDENCE, containing seven rooms. Good garden. Rent,

per annum. Messrs. Ventom, Bull and Lucas, 8, Bucklersbmy. (1005)
20 March 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
T B. CLEMENTS, 0 • OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE TOILET CLUB. 16 and 17, POULTRY - 1 B.C. (Two Doors from

T B. CLEMENTS, 0 • OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE TOILET CLUB. 16 and 17, POULTRY - 1 B.C. (Two Doors from

the Mansion-house.)
27 February 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
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CORDING'S WATERPROOFS. Guaranteed for any Climate. CORDING'S LADIES' WATERPROOFS, in Great Variety. CORDING'S WATERPROOF FOR THE POCKET CORDING'S GIG-BOX AND DOG-CART APRONS. Warranted not to Crack. CORDING'S GUINEA STORM COAT. CORDING, 231, STRAND, T HE LONDON JOINT STOCK BANK.
03 April 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England