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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

22 Mar 1862

OF ART. MR. C. R. HAVELL'S DRAWING CLASSES will meet at his Residence, 123, CASTLE STREET, Reading, after the 31st of March, where terms and further particulars may be known. 123, Castle-street, March 13th, 1862. ESTABLISRMENT~FOR YOUNG LADIES, WINCHESTER

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

19 Apr 1862

Berks. CONDUCTED MR. T. S. GUYER, Successor Mr. Bew. YOUNG GENTLEMEN liberally Boarded and carefully Instructed in the usual Branches of a sound ENGLISH EDUCATION. Terms forwarded on application. DANIEL HUNT (for many years with his brother Castle-street)

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

10 Jan 1863

GENERAL DRAPERY WAREHOUSE, 124 and 125, LONDON STREET, READING. JLONG invites the attention of his numerous . friends and the public generally, to his large and carefully selected STOCK of CALICOS, SHEETINGS, HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY, &c, which he offers at

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

7 Feb 1813

'une 17,1751, succeeded on the demise <,f his unrle, Richard, Earl emple, in 1779, to the title Karl Temple, and was created Marquis Buckingham, in 1781.—HU Lordship twice filled the distinguished situation laird Lieutenant of Ireland.—HU Lordship married

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

10 Dec 1859

READING, Begs most respectfully to intimate to the Public generally, that his stock of WATCHES consist of English and Foreign Manufacture of first-class description, and which it is his intention to submit at such fair and reasonable prices as he trusts will

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

20 Mar 1875

will permit. Every information given on consultation without charge. MR. G. H. JONES will be glad to FORWARD A PAMPHLET Gratis and Post Free, which explains his unique system, from his only LONDON ADDRESS, 57, Great Russell Street, opposite the British

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

27 Oct 1860

READING. NOTICE. TO THE LADIES OF READING & ITS VICINITY GRANVILLE SHARP begs most respectfully to inform his Friends and Patrons, that in consequence of the regret expressed by so many of his esteemed connection, at the announcement of his intention to leave

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

3 Nov 1866

H. Witherington, Esq. Directors. W. Ridley, Esq., Chairman; Mr. John Leach, Vice-Chairman; Mr. J. S. Badcock, Mr. C. Barber, Mr. G. J. Brown, Mr. J. Cook, Mr. P. Davies, Mr. G. Dunlop, Mr. G. Lovejoy. Bankers—Messrs. Stephens, Stephens, Blandy, & Co

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

21 Oct 1848

Lambert, Tonbridge; Mr. S. rd, Dover ; Mr. J.Harnson. Corufactor, Canierburv SUSSEX :-Messrs. Vidler and Soos. Wh.7fi™ V • Mr-William Jouea, Star Hotel, Lewes; Mr. G M Eldrid ' Brewer, St. Leonard's, Hastings; Mr. Cum' «tor, Battle; Mr. William Ballard.Dolphin

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

20 Sep 1862

Fancy Goods will be offered for sale. Those ladies who have kindly made articles for this object, will confer additional favour by forwarding them their earliest convenience, to any member of the Committee, or to Mrs. Drew, 2, Portland-place, Speenhamland

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

11 Apr 1863

receive few Young Ladies, to whose Education they give unremitting attention. A Parisian Governess resides in the House, and the best Masters also attend. Terms, &c, forwarded on application. MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, STERT STREET, ABINGDON. MRS. DEAN, having

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

19 Dec 1868

1868. Lady Patronesses. HON. MRS. LOYD-LINDSAY. HON. MRS. PARSONS. LADY RUSSELL. LADY HUNTER. LADY SHAW LEFEVRE. Mrs. Robert Allfrby Mbs. Habgreayes Mrs. Martin Atkins Mrs. John Habgbbaybs Mrs. F. Allfrey Mrs. Hodges Mrs.

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

29 Nov 1902

awarded in Prises. Entries close December 2nd, 1902. Prise schedules and entry forms may be obtained of the Hon. Secretary, MR. JOHN LAIRD, High-street, Marlow. Auctioneers:—LAWßENCE and SON, MARLOW CHRISTMAS COLUMN. If TOU ARE Undecided over gifts, let us

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

6 Mar 1875

PHOTOGRAPHER 11, LONDON STREET, (Corner of Queen's Road), READING, Solicits visit to his Studio, and an inspection of his Specimens. Special attention is requested to his Guinea Enlarged Portrait, which is well finished and framed complete. This style of

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

31 Dec 1864

Service ls. per Day. Families and Gentlemen Boarded by the Day or Week. A Ladies' Coffee Room is comprised in the Hotel. THOMAS TURNER, GUN MAKER, MARKET PLACE, READING, Begs to thank his valuable connection for the kind support he has received for tho last

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

11 Mar 1865

ASSOCIATION for the SALE of WORK by LADIES of LIMITED MEANS. Depot at 73, Lower Jesse place, Castle-hill, Reading, where all descriptions of WORK are constantly ON SALE, and orders, subscriptions, and donations will be thankfully received. BOOKBINDING

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

19 Nov 1864

ST. MARY'S BUTTS, READING, begs to inform his Friends and the Public that he has commenced his fine dairy of BUTTER again for the 60mmer, and solicits their kind orders as usual; he would also recommend his fine flavoured TEAS at prices varying from

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

15 Nov 1862

Southampton-street. Abingdon, Parsons, Market PI. Marlborough,D.Maten,High-st. Alton, W. Earwaker, High-st. Monxton, Mrs. Cornish Amersham, Mrs. Potter, grocer Newbury, J. H. Mason & Co. Aylesbury, W. Walker, stationer Oxford, il.Morton,3o,Bt.Giles-st Basingstoke

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

28 Nov 1874

WINTER HOSIERY. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PLAIN and DERBYRIBBED MERINO HOSE, in all qualities, at DOLFE'S, 14, LONDON STREET, -I-V READING. A warm, useful Stocking at 6s. the half-dozen pairs. Also GLOVES, MITTS, TIES, SPENCERS, SOCKS and FANCY WOOLLEN GOODS

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

12 May 1860

SATURDAY, MAY 19, AT HALF-PAST TWO. • MR. RAR E Y. REDUCED PRICES. MR JOHN S. RAREY will give a PRACTICAL and DEMONSTRATIVE EXPOSITION of his SYSTEM OF TAMING WILD AND VICIOUS HORSES, in his Spacious Marquee, on the FORBURY, READING, on SATURDAY, May

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