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BARNU.II (iUTDOXE.

BARNU.II (iUTDOXE.

ROBBERY OF BOOKS FROM TIIE - BRITISH AIUSEUAL--- _ _ I A. Berlin letter tells the following amusing story At the Middlesei Sessions, kli g eae Plummer Ma- hoax : earthy, 44, a man of gentlemanly exterior, described in I cannot conclude the present letter without mentioa the cale
06 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE LEVERPOOL tc LONDON Fire and Lire: Insutance. Company,. Instituted 183. 1836. Capital, Fi‘r l 4 l 49ne: fiAr LNIS

THE LEVERPOOL tc LONDON Fire and Lire: Insutance. Company,. Instituted 183. 1836. Capital, Fi‘r l 4 l 49ne: fiAr LNIS

—J. STROTHER and - SON, 11044;1i-street, Notting Bill. ,
06 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
CARLY 9 Tailor ece., 130, King's Road, Chelsea, OPPOSITE WELLINGTON SQUARE. JAMES CARLY intimates that he has opened the above

CARLY 9 Tailor ece., 130, King's Road, Chelsea, OPPOSITE WELLINGTON SQUARE. JAMES CARLY intimates that he has opened the above

Premises with a Fashionable Assortment of Goods suitable for the season. Superfine West of England Cloths. Scotch Angola Trouserings. Every Article warranted to be of the finest quality. OnsEnvE-130, KING'S ROAD, CHELSEA.
06 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
, G. R. Glenie- A GENT for ENOCK, OMEGA, BENSON, - 'SHELTON, and JUDEX'S Sporting Circulars. Commissions executed. Address to

, G. R. Glenie- A GENT for ENOCK, OMEGA, BENSON, - 'SHELTON, and JUDEX'S Sporting Circulars. Commissions executed. Address to

G. R. GLENIE, sporting Library, Connaught Terrace, Hyde Park. W. P. O. orders Payable; Connaught Terrace, Hyde Park. W. OLD BOOKS BOUGHT.
06 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
EXTRACTS FROM TABLES

EXTRACTS FROM TABLES

W ITHOUT PROFITS. Half Prem. Ist Seven Years Whole Prem. I : Rem. of Life. X d. X s. d. 30 40 50 60 119' 2 3 6 1 9 2 2 18 4 226 4 5 0 3 6 8 I 6 13 4 WITH PROFITS. A Annual I-Ye Quarte r ge. Premium. Prem. Premium Years. ' Months. X s. d. X s. d. X s. d. 30 0 2 7 3 1 4 2 012 3 3
13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
requirinc, Servants of any kind ma- Otani the,' NaniCand Addresses of Patties waiting for Situations at WARE • Westbaarne Boot

requirinc, Servants of any kind ma- Otani the,' NaniCand Addresses of Patties waiting for Situations at WARE • Westbaarne Boot

and Shoe Mart. - 97, WESTBOURNE STREET, RAtON SQUARE, PIMLICO. No Charge. SERVANTS wanting Situations should Apply at MARE ' S Westbourne Boot and shoe Mari, 2 97, WESTBOVENE &MEET, EATON SQUARE, PIMLICO. • No Charge. Devonshire House, 83, FULHAM ROAD, Near the " Admiral Keppel,
13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
31ThitP<OUT OF Tll BAG,ITSs!

31ThitP<OUT OF Tll BAG,ITSs!

4 president Lincoln has replied to Mr. Horace Gree, ky's recent letter to him. He says that he is emphatically for union, and that he would retain or destroy -slavery wholly or in part if union could be obtained by -either means. This is what Lincoln writes to Horace, ' - Somebo
13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
Pi tk . S. JACKSON AND Co., 141 'ocers, Italian Warehousemen, and Foreign Wine Merchants, Sa, EDGEWARE ROAD. S, J.A.e

Pi tk . S. JACKSON AND Co., 141 'ocers, Italian Warehousemen, and Foreign Wine Merchants, Sa, EDGEWARE ROAD. S, J.A.e

x (Near the 1112rble Arch.) \Vin e ' s ° N,, & Co., being connec t e d w ith some of th e fi rs t Shi pp i ng H ouses, can o ff er G -°I the Highest Class at the most Moderate Prices, viz. :- Old Port from Wood . . . 305., 345., and 365. per Do. n llettle of the Choicest Vintage
13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
S. WALTERS, IVORY AND HARD WOOD . TURNER, Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired. 16, YOUNG STREET, XENSINGTON.

S. WALTERS, IVORY AND HARD WOOD . TURNER, Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired. 16, YOUNG STREET, XENSINGTON.

13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
Picture Frames for the Million. B. KOPPEL, Looking Glass, and Picture Prime Maker, Carver, Guilder, and Glass Cutter, 89, KING'S

Picture Frames for the Million. B. KOPPEL, Looking Glass, and Picture Prime Maker, Carver, Guilder, and Glass Cutter, 89, KING'S

ROAD, (Opposite the Savings Bank,) CHELSEA. All,kinds of Washable Gold Mouldings, Room Borders, and Fancy Woods always kept in Stock. Old Frames Re-gilded equal to New. Silvering done or the Trade. Glass cut at 2d. per foot. The Trade supplied, and Joining done for the Trade.
13 September 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England