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VIDICTURE FRAME, GOLD and FANCY WOOD MOULDING MANUFACTURER. The trade supplied at prices and quality not to be surpassed. Room

VIDICTURE FRAME, GOLD and FANCY WOOD MOULDING MANUFACTURER. The trade supplied at prices and quality not to be surpassed. Room

bordering kept in stock. Estimates given for re-gilding. ALBAN VO - KINS, Carver and Gilder, 3, Leather-lane, Holborn end. Established 1819.
08 September 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
MESSRS. CARPENTER AND GUY, PRACTICAL CARVERS AND GILDERS, LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTUR.ERS. Plate Glass Factors and Interior Decorators.

MESSRS. CARPENTER AND GUY, PRACTICAL CARVERS AND GILDERS, LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTUR.ERS. Plate Glass Factors and Interior Decorators.

Cornice and Border Mouldings for Rooms, and all kinds of Fancy Wood Frames. 7, Albert Terrace, Bishop's Road, Bayswater, near the Royal Oak.
08 September 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
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27 October 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
EPITOME OF NEWS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

EPITOME OF NEWS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

The French Government are making experiments with Mr. Whitworth's rifle, which they pronounce to b 0 superior to any in use, and intend to adopt it in the Foot Chasseurs. Mr. Whitworth was last week in personal corn.' . . nmnication with the Emperor on the subject of his inventi
27 October 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
Chelsea Plate Glass Warehouse. S. MOATES, WHOLESALE and retail Looking-glass manufacturer, 5, & 6, MARLBORO' TERRACE, Marlborough-road, Chelsea. Looking-glasses polished

Chelsea Plate Glass Warehouse. S. MOATES, WHOLESALE and retail Looking-glass manufacturer, 5, & 6, MARLBORO' TERRACE, Marlborough-road, Chelsea. Looking-glasses polished

for the Trade. Parties wishing it, may see their own glass silvered while they wait. The trade supplied with gift mouldings, cheaper than any other house. Retail Establishment.-3 9 , Audley Street, Grosvenor Square.
27 October 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
LANARDO'S AMMONIACAL POMADE, FOR PROMOTING THE GROWTH OF THE HA IR.—This Pomade is not an article of FANCY, RS most

LANARDO'S AMMONIACAL POMADE, FOR PROMOTING THE GROWTH OF THE HA IR.—This Pomade is not an article of FANCY, RS most

preparations of the kind unfortunately are, but one of UTILITY, and it is confidently submitted that if it is fairly tested it will never fail in accomplishing the desiderata, whether that be to remove Baldness, to Promote Whiskers, or to gradually Dye the Hair. It is a chemical
27 October 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
THE NEAPOLITAN REJOICINGS.

THE NEAPOLITAN REJOICINGS.

The joy of these good Neapolitans at their cheaply-gotten emancipation becomes daily more noisy and frantic. Every evening the Toledo is all alive with banners and torches, with thronged masses of possessed people, all poking their forefingers in each other's faces, and shouting
22 September 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
Chelsea Vestry.

Chelsea Vestry.

Adjourned Meeting. [Mr. HALL in the Chair.] members present were Messrs. Foy, Blazdell, Perry, Dunkley, Finch, Shelton, Gable, Hunt, Hopwood, Lawrence, E. 0. Symons, Gurney, Osborn, Livingston, Breun, Compton, Wright, Carter, Wood, Parker, Sansum, Oxford, Hulse, Dancocks, Robert
22 September 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1852. ' J. CALLAN, TAILOR AND NOTED TROUSERS CUTTER, 8, max STREET, NOTTING HILL, (From Poole's, Savill Row.) Uniforms,

ESTABLISHED 1852. ' J. CALLAN, TAILOR AND NOTED TROUSERS CUTTER, 8, max STREET, NOTTING HILL, (From Poole's, Savill Row.) Uniforms,

Ladies' Riding Habits, Children's Clothing, Knickerbockers, Liveries, &c., &c. N.B. No charge for Crests or Livery buttons. Repairs and alterations punctually attended to. Gentlemen waited on at their own Residences. •
22 September 1860 - West London Times - London, London, England