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FANCY ARTICLES IN METAL;

35 & 36, GREAT HAMPTON ROW, ST. GEORGE'S,

BIRMINGHAM ;

7, MONTAGUE PLACE, LITTLE BRITAIN,

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GEORGE NADEN,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

GROCER, TEA DEALER,

AISID COFFEE ROASTER,

27, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM.

GEORGE NAD EN,

TALLOW CHANDLER,

Candle Merchant,

JAMAICA ROW, & 27, HIGH STREET,

llIItMINGlIAM.



AnvF.RTISF.MKNTS.



13



TIM,



W. & S. KENT & SONS



INVITK ATTENTION TO THEIR STOCK OF
IN PUNCHEONS, HOGSHEADS, TIERCONS, & QUARTER' CASKS.



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It is of finest quality, highest strength, well-matured, in brilliant condition;
and for pickling and every domestic use, preferable to all other.



TERMS AND SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.



The public may obtain it, at a moderate price, of Chemists, Grocers, and
Wine Merchants, throughout the Kingdom.

UPTON-UPON-SEVERN, Januanj, 1849.



N. NATHAN,

K(Do 3®, mm¥iiiLiLiE«Biro ibirmud-st <

BIRMINGHAM,

FANCY PAPER, BOXES, & BUTTON BAGS.



N. B. — N. N. most respectfully acquaints his Friends and Public,' that he
has a Large Assortment of Choice and Newest Patterns of

FANOYc) QQLBo PLAB©o A.N1D) [email protected]©©©@ PAPERS^

From the London and French Manufacturers, that enables him to get up
his work in a superior manner to any other person in the Trade.



1^^ Merchants', Factors', and Country Orders, executed with

Punctuality and Dispatch



14 ADVERTI8EMKNT3.



LEIPSIG HOUSE,

98, NEW STREET, (OPPOSITE BENNETT'S HILL.) BIRMINGHAM.

W. CREAMER, (late of 1 1 9, New-street,)

In returning his most sincere tiianks to the Ladies of Birmingham and its vicinitv for the distinguished
patronage he has received during four years, begs to inform them tliat he has REMOVED to these
extensive Premises, where his STOCK of FURS for the Season is now ready, comprising every
description, and all the Novelties tliat have yet appeared in the London and Parisian Markets.

In inviting the Ladies to an inspection thereof, he does not wish to hold out any absurd induce-
ment. He feels, however, gratified in observing, that as he purchases his Skins precisely on the same
terras as the largest "Wholesale Houses, and also Manufactures them, he obtains thereby an advantage
over the smaller Purchaser, who merely Retails them, and is enable to charge much lower than they
possibly can. The Establishment is moreover exclusively devoted to the SALE of FURS, and the
extent and variety of the Stock will not be found surpassed in any House in the Kingdom.

To Alterations and Repairs it will always be his study to d»»-otc as much attention and care as if
he was engaged in the Manufacture of New Articles; and as they are done on the Premises, and under
his own inspection, he has the utmost security for the punctual and faitkful execution of every
Order with which he may be favoured.

observe! 98, NEW-STREET, (OPPOSITE BEXXETT's HILL.) BIRMXXGHAM.

ALLEN AND ROWE,

12, St. MARY'S ROW, St. MARY'S SQUARE, BIRMINGHAM.

All sorts of Rules for Gauging, Navigation, Surveying. Drawing. «fec.. d'C, of every
description. Likewise all kinds of Foreicn Rules, (for exportation,) suitable to the
use and various Measures of the known World,

MANUFACTURER OF SPECTACLES,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL; AND

INSTRUMENTS,

REMOVED FROM THE SAND PITS TO 28, PARADISE STREET,




GEORGE NORMAN,
ittauufacturrr of Coritir r iJoIc lUncjo ^^ JSrarfecto,

No. 7, NORTHAMPTON STREET, WARSTONE LANE, BIRMINGHAM.

No. 152, HIGH STREET, BORDESLEY,

MANUFACTURER OF

BES^SSn IP^LA^E i\.3^]D) E2aE(3S?3B(Q) IPJL^A^TEB ©^©©^Ss,
FORKS, SOUP AND TODDY LADLES,

Watch Guards, Chains, -; ' ii * !*' mm ii.ii .^1 , . j;i i|ii | . l , »|| | ||l ^ y l n i| | iii|i ||ii» y i^i _ i|i nmypn ^ ■ i|.ii^T,-,.inT"-:T'7|I H ; |;| ' |l||ii . |i lr mW 1T" !'ir' ; 'Hr'~ f "" 'lli'i m i i .«'1 fy , "■' ■ ' '»;■—■ ;-^Tt,-"^' ;- '^ ')



BROAD STREET,

AXD AT

39 & 40, CHISWELL STREET, LONDON,



MANUFACTURERS OF



IHPHA IRiniBBEl WEBB,

FOR BRACES, GARTERS AND BELTS, TROUSER AND WAISTCOAT
SPRINGS, SADDLE GIRTHS, SHOULDER STRAPS, SURGICAL BANDAGES,
LADIES' SANDALS, CLOG SPRINGS, POCKET-BOOK SPRINGS, KNEE
CAPS, FETLOCK BOOTS, AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES TO WHICH
ELASTIC WEBS ARE APPLICABLE;

Silk Purses and Watch Guards ;

WOOLLEN GIRTH AND ROLLER WEBS,

Do. Belt and Brace Webs ; Diaper and Straining Webs ; Boot, Shoe, and Tape Webs ;

feiVj fe^ 4^ ^^G^^ ^^&J & ^^ ^ I& 4i ^ ^

Worsted Web ditto ditto ; India Rubber Web ditto ditto ;

SILK AND DOE LEATHER BRACES; INDIA RUBBER AND GUT BRACE

FRONTS; INDIA RUBBER AND WIRE WAISTCOAT SPRINGS;

DITTO DITTO GARTERS; LEATHER AND SPRING

TROUSER STRAPS ; CHILDREN'S LEATHER

AND WORSTED BELTS.

(^ Patentees of (he Spriny Hooks and Ej/es, Lever Buckles, and Double Jction Braces,



in ADVERTISKMENTS.



21, MOUNT STREET, BIRMINGHAM,

STAMPER AND PIERCER

OF METALLIC LABELS,

BRASS AND STEEL SEAL ENr,RAVER,



AND MAMFACTURER OK THE IMPROVED

iHctallic aHiirvcQS CaiUs, jTauci) iHotto #ral0,

Small Presses for Stamping Envelopes.



JAMES GRXFFIH & SOJJ,
WITHYMOOR WORKS, DUDLEY,

Manufacturers of Scythes, Hay and Chaff Knives,

SffA3)3E3, S2I(B¥SJ;33 SII>IE3, SBSSS 3111)25 STi^aXS,

PATEN'lEES
ALSO TATENTEES 1\)R AN IMI'ROVED METHOD OF

MOULDING SPADES, SHOVELS, &c.



ADVERTISRMKNTS. ]T



JEWELLERS, LAPIDARIES,

BLACK OPtNAMMT & BUTTON MANUFACTURERS.

BROOCHES, GLASS BUTTONS, COAT LOOPS, SHIRT STUDS,
NECKLACE AND OTHER SNAPS, CLOAK CLASPS,

AND VARIOUS ORNAMENTS IN GLASS, PEARL, AND IVORY.

(Sla^^ 33fntJcr^, d^uicktv^, ^tmxn% ^c.

PEARL, TORTOISE SHELL, & IVORY WORKERS,

■WRITI2TG FOLIOS, WOUK EOSES,
ILatiics' Companions, Cartr (Ca&ts, &c.

NO. 13, GR EAT CHARLES ST., BlRrVilNGHAIV I.

^TNA BOILSE MANITPACTORY,

SMETHWICK, NEAR BIRMINGHAM.

MANUFACTURERS OF

WROUGHT IROI^ BOSX-EHS,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR

GASOMETERS, SHIP'S TANKS, SALT PANS, SUGAR PANS,
CLARIFIERS, BOATS, PUNTS, &c.

N.B.-BOILERS REPAIRED ON" THE SHORTEST NOTICE,



GLASS, LUSTRE, AND

CEAHIDIEILIIlEl MAHUfFAClTlIJI^IEI^,



DEALER IN



TOILETS, CRUETS, & SMELLING BOTTLES,

CAMBRIDGE STREET, BIRMINGHAM.



18



/\I)VF.RTISEMKNTg.



51, BATH STREET




BIRMINGHAH.






(LATE JOHN CROFTS,)



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PATENTEES & MANUFACTURERS,

IIEELEY & SONS' CELEBRATED STEEL PENS, of most superior finish;
Patent Jointed Trowser Straps, Patent Candle Springs, Falconer's Patent (ilove and
Boot Buttons. — Manufacturers of Fine Steel SuufTers, Cork-screws, Key Rings, Purse
Springs, Nutcrackers, Bead Slides, Brooches, Tassels, Swivels, &c. in every variety.

Heeley & Sons, Malleable Iron Foun'orrs, INIanufacturers of Slating Nails,

Hobs, Tacks, CotBn Nails, Pins, cic. &c.

WILLIAM TERRY'S

PRIVATE & COMMERCIAL BOARDING HOUSE,

71, NEWHALL STREET,



GARLAND,



JAMES




MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

PATENT WEIGHING IVIACHINE?, SCALES, al Itfttfrs

PATENT, ^^^^^^^-^^^^^J GRANTED JAN. 4, 1649.



PATENTEES AND MANUFACTl'RERS OF EVERT VARIETY OF

METALLIC PENS & PEN HOLDERS,

12, 13, & 14, BUCKINGHAM STREET,



AND



BID ©G?:QJ^J© Mian ST. ©TSSL BDHOJO© KJOQlklLl

BIRMINGHAM.



>DVERTISEMKNT8.



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©[iIlLliria'3 [piUSELflS M[B[Si5\^¥.

77, BATH STREET, OPPOSITE WHITTALL STREET,

g) C R; MI C Nl Q H] RMl
Containing above 15,000 Volumes;

Consisting of History, Biography, ^'oyages. Travels, Divinity, Arts, Sciences, Novels,
and Romances, New ^V"orks added as soon as published ; and all the popular
Periodicals. Subscription, 5s. per Quarter. Catalogues to be had at the Library.
Every Article in the Stationery Trade always on hand.



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PATENT ELECTKO PLATERS & GILDERS,

INCLUDING ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS.

For Teruis., and ot/icr In/ormalion, apply at their Worksy 77, Bath Street, Birmingham.

ir.lS.-OIiD ARTICLES RE-PI.ATED AND RE-GILT.

MANUFACTURER OF

CASTOR, MUSTARD, INK, & SMELLING BOTTLE TOPS, MOUNTED WINE
AND SPIRIT BOTTLES, CORKS, LABELS, CANDLESTICKS, NOZELS, &c.

The above Articles made and mounted in Siher, Plated on German Silver and Copper, German

Silver and Brass.

110, GREAT CHARLES STREET, BIRMINGHAM.



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JEWELLERS,

Manufacturers of Ladies' Coloured, Gold, Pearl, Emerald, and Ruby Rings; Enamelled
Brooches ; and all descriptions of Cameos and Stone Brooches Mounted to Order.

THOMAS CORBETT,

JMANUFACTURER OF

MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, SURVEYORS' MEASURING TAPES,

Land Chains. Mariners', Miners', and Pocket Compasses, Box and Ivory Rules, Chain
Scales, and all kinds of Fishing Reels, 6ic. &c. N.B. — All U arranied Correct.

Ko. 14i, DUAJUND STREET, BIRMINGHAM.



F|©S






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MANUFACTURER OF COACH, HARNESS, AND RAILWAY CARRIAGE

FURNITURE; BRASS & IRON FOUNDER,

No. 13, COLESHILL STREET, BIHmiNGHAIVI.

N.B. — Manufacturer of Curtain Barrels, Dog Collars, Coach Locks, & the Iron Door Plate.



2*^ >4DVKRTrSEMENTS.



BRITISH AND FORE[GN NEWSPAPER OFFICES,

31. Union Street. Birmingham • & Victoria Library. Leamington.



Daily Morning. The Times, MornlnR Chronicle, Morning HeraM, Morning Post, Morning Adverriser,
Daily Sews. Daily Evtning. Globe— Statidanl, Sun — Expres>, ^hippin^i Gazette, Llovd s List — Packet
List, Evening Mail, M. W. t ., St. James's Chronicle, T. T. S., Keconl, M. Th., Patnot,' Af. Th.. London
Gazette, Tu. F , Course of the ExchanMe, Tu. F. M'mday Erenimj ; Mark Lane Express, Bells Mes-
senirer, John Hull — Observer, County Chronicle — Ma+'net, Tuesday Evmhtg ; Mercanlilt- Journal, Mer-
cantile Price Current, London New I'rice Current, "Irade List— Merchant. Wednesday Evening ; Guardian,
Nonconfoniiist, Watchman, W'esleyan, British Banner. Ihursday Evening; Law Chroniclf^ Law Gazette,
EDt;li.>h Churchman, Historic Tiim-s. Friday Evening ; l^rince's Price Current, Medical Gazette, Lancet,
Church and State Gazette, County Herald, Douglas Jerrold s New!>paper, Deut>che Londoner Zeitung,
Illustrated London News, Ludy'.* Newspaper, Mfdical Tiroes, Pharmaceutical Times, Railway Gazette,
Tablet, Weekly Chronicle, Nortbem Star, Builder, Punih, 1 loyds Weekly Newspaper, News of the World,
Weekly Times, London New Price Current. Salurdiiy Morning; Econoniist, Atlas- Britannia, Court
Journui, Dispatch, Herapath's Railway Journal, John Bull, Journal of Commerce, Railway Times, Railway
Chronicle, Railway Record, Athenieuiii, Literary Gaz-tt«;, Konetic Nuz. Saturday Evening; Law Times,
Legal Observer, Spectator, Naval and Military Gazette, United Service Gazette, Array Dispatch, Patent
Journal, Bells Life in London, Bell's Messenger, CouTrier de I'Europe, Era, E.xarniner, Gardener's
Chronicle, Gardeners' and Farmers' Journal, Inquirer, Justice o( Peace, Mining Journal, New Bells Mes-
benger, Satirist, Sunday Times, Musical World, Perry s Bankrupt List, Jurist, Weekly Share List.

f^j^ The greatest exertions are made in sending the Mobnino Newspapers by the Railway Trains,

Coaches, &c.

Advertisements inserted in all the British and Foreign Ne-v^spapers and

Periodical Publications.

Noticet of Insolvency and Dissolution of Partnership, /or insertinn in the London Oazette,must be drawn
up by a Solicitor, and sworn to be/ore a Master in Chancery.

All the Pbovincial and Foreign Newspapers supplied. The Qdabterlt & Mosthlt Magazikks
regularly supplied. The NfcWEST Pdblications of every description procured on the shonest notice.




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JS^ ^^ ^^ "^ ^ ^hk.



LOOKING-GLASS & PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURER,

CARVER AND GILDER,

101, DIGBETH, AND 0% EDGBASTON-ST., BIRMINGHAM,

ESTABLISHED 1834.

Potnm.s Ins most sincoro thanks t(> his Friends and the Pnhlic generally, for the very
lilienil sn]»|)t)rt he lia.s received lor a period of thirteen years, and more especially since
Ills misfortune hy lir(>, in l.^.'Ji): and, in onU^r to meet the extended patrona;s respectfully to tbank the Nt.bility, (;enlr>-, and the Ptiblio
In tfcneral, for all favours conferred upon him ; and beijs to recomnuMid M.('aj)ella
as a ptTson perfectly understaiuliu^the Silvering; tt Folishiuif Husiuess in all its branches.

M. (.'. resj)ectfully invites a j)er.sonal inspection, at eitlier of his Kstablishment.s, of hi;*
extensive and valuable Stock of Picture- Frames, .Mirrors, liOokin;^-(ila.sses, liarometer.s,
\V rather-(i lasses, d'C, which he feeLs confident, both for extent and beauty, cannot he
• iirpa.ssed.

N. n. — (Jlatses framed, poli.shed, and re-silvered, old 1>ainp."» re-jfilt, Oil Paintinj?*
cleaned, and Pictur«"s repaired and varnished.

Observe! 104, DJgbeth, and 53, Edgbaston-St., Birmingham.



AnVKHTISRAlRNTS. 29



ELEGANT TOILET REQUISITES.

EACH OF INFALLIBLE ATTRIBUTES.



ROWLAI^DS' MACASSAR OIL.

This mild yet powerful reuovuter insinuates its balsamic properties into the pores of
the head, nourishes the Hair in its embryo state, accelerates its growth, cleanses it from
Scurf and DandrilT, sustains it in maturity, and continues its possession of healthy vigour,
silky softness, and luxurious redundancy to the latest period of human life. For Children
it is especially recommended, as forming the basis of a beautiful head of hair, and
rendering the use of the tine comb \innecessary. Its invaluable properties have obtained
the especial patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, the Court, and the whole of the Royal
Family of Great Britain, and of every Court of the civilized world.

Price 3s. 6d, and 7^=. ; or Family Bottles, (ecpml to four small,) at lOs. 6d. ; and

double that size, 21s.

On the \\Tapper of each bottle of the //



Online LibraryFrancis WhiteBirmingham. History and general directory of the borough of Birmingham, with the remainder of the parish of Aston ... being part of a general history and directory of the county of Warwick .. → online text (page 80 of 82)