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OILS.

OILS.

Linseed Oil moves off — slowly, at 41s. to 414. d. per cwt.; on the spot. Foreign refined Rape has fallen to 255. 6d.; but Cocoanut, Olive, and Palm Oils have commanded extreme rates. Sperm and common Fish Oils are a dull inquiry. American Spirits of Turpentine, 1055.; French, 1
16 August 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

I . 1 # 4 - - . ,- 1 ..: _t - ' CELEBRATION OF THE PRINCE OF THE HURRICANES IN GULF OF WALES'S MRTIIDA yON TILE AT- LYONS. , LANTIC. • • - (From the Boston Advertiser.) ' *1 The occurrence of the 21st birthday of the Prince of -Wales, duringthe lath passage of the steamer Europa
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
. Bourne and Taylor's FEEDING- BOTTLES FOR INFANTS, Recommended by'tl4Medical Profession, are the cheapest ever introduced, are also universally allowed

. Bourne and Taylor's FEEDING- BOTTLES FOR INFANTS, Recommended by'tl4Medical Profession, are the cheapest ever introduced, are also universally allowed

to be the most simple, cleanly, durable, and natural substitute ever invented either to assist or supply the absence of the mother's breast. This beautiful little _invention is placed within the reach of all classes — an ApParatus by which the Food can be administered to an infa
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
Kensington Over-Coats A T ONE POUND. In all new styles, all colours, all sizes. KENSINGTON CHEVIOT SUITS, Two Guineas. KENSINGTON

Kensington Over-Coats A T ONE POUND. In all new styles, all colours, all sizes. KENSINGTON CHEVIOT SUITS, Two Guineas. KENSINGTON

TROUSERS AND VEST, One Guinea. 500 New Patterns. YOUTH'S CLOTHING, in great variety at Low Prices. Either of these three leading articles sent Carriage Free on receipt of Post-office Order for the amount. Patterns and directions for self•ineasurement Post on application to A. LY
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE MOTHER'S FRIEND. OR, MORTON'S POWDERS. FOR CHILDREN Not only for Infants Cutting their Teeth, but also for Children of

THE MOTHER'S FRIEND. OR, MORTON'S POWDERS. FOR CHILDREN Not only for Infants Cutting their Teeth, but also for Children of

any Age. Prepared Only by Henry Morton, Chemist, (Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great 12, HARBOUR STREET, RIMSGATE. These Powders cannot be surpassed in the speedy relief afforded by them in all cases of constitutional irritation, such as a hot and dry skin, parched st
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
. H. LOVETT, COFFEE AND CHOP HOUSE, 28, OXFORD TERRACE, OPPOSITE THE WORLDS END TAVERN, . NEAR CREMOR,NE, not joints,

. H. LOVETT, COFFEE AND CHOP HOUSE, 28, OXFORD TERRACE, OPPOSITE THE WORLDS END TAVERN, . NEAR CREMOR,NE, not joints,

Well-aired Beds by the Night or Week.
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
PIANOFOB.,TES, INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. :, JURY AWARDS.—CLAss XVI. ...,:', "Honourable Mention—MOOßE & MOORE, [John and Henry), for Good and Cheap Piano.

PIANOFOB.,TES, INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. :, JURY AWARDS.—CLAss XVI. ...,:', "Honourable Mention—MOOßE & MOORE, [John and Henry), for Good and Cheap Piano.

" ./ 1 i ', di 13.16 ,1i1 , ,-.!,,,i.., ~(;.', '‘,//, ,:. , -, _ , • 1 -- 7 of litit,lo.L: l of*, , i ,l -„, -1- 1r . PIANOFORTES EXTRORDINAR ', RARE EXCELLENCE and Purity of Tonc combined with Cheapness. Price from Eighteen Guineas. First-class Pianos for Hire, with Easy Terms
06 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE REVOLUTION- LT- GI?EECE.

THE REVOLUTION- LT- GI?EECE.

THE REVOLUTION - LT - GI?EECE. (From the Times Special Correspondent.) ATHENS, Pee. .—The politician and diplomatist at Athens, before laying down his programme for the day, should take a look at the old town clock of the Asty, commonly called the 'Tower of the Winds,' and see fr
20 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
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20 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS.

AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS.

The weather has been of the most variable character throughout the week—very mild for the of the year, with heavy rains at intervals. After a considerable fall during the day •time, the night often was drier, and as soon is the Moon rose it became . brighter. The • week has been
20 December 1862 - North-West London Times - London, London, England