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Slater's royal national and commercial directory and topography of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, and Suffolk : comprising classi online

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IV^HOLESALE AGENTS:

Nf.wson & Co., ^^^gdalene Street, Norwich ; and F. A. IUchardson, IJaxter's Plain, Lynn; and sold by at
least one Agent in most Towns throughout the kingdom: and appointments will be made in those Towns

wliere one has not yet been appointed.

./411 appHcations for this valuable Agency to be made direct to John Cassell, 80, Feiichurch Street, London.

CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND COMMERCIAL ACADEMT,
WOBURN, BEDFORDSHIRE,

CONDUCTED BY

This Establisiimi-nt is conducted upon a mild and persuasive system; every attention is i)aid to moral and
religious training. The |)upils are led to feel an interest in learning, and no pins are spaied to dtvelupe their
abilities.

Thepupilsbave the use of a carefully self cte I Lihiary, containing popirlar work son the Arts and Sciences,&c.

'I'he p'emises are healthily situated at the entrance of the'l'own of Woburn, and are within Two ftlir.ES
of tlie WoBuuN Sands Station, on the London and North-Westtrn Railway.

The number of Hoarders is limited. The Domestic ariangemenis are superintended by Mrs. Hf.nrie,
whose efforts are constantly directed towards improving the liabits, temper and maiuiers, and in promoting
the comfort of the pupiN.

Oribography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Ancient and INIodern History. Geonrapby, Mapping,
Use of the Globes, Book-keeping, Geometry, Mensuration, Tiigonometry, Algebra, the Frencli Language,
Latin and Greek Tongues.

To 9 Years of Atie 20 Guineas.

From 9 to 12 Years of Age 22 „

Above 12 Yeais of Age 25 „

Weekly Boaiders £4. \Qs. per Quarter.

Greek. French, Music, Dra'wing and Land Surveying on the Usual Terms.

WASHING NINE SHILLINGS PER QUARTER.
Each Boarder to bring Six Towels, Spoon and Knife and Fork. A Quarter's Notice, or a Quarter's Payment

rrqifired previous to remocul.

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

THE PLANTAOENET GUARD RAZOR.

Tins most useful Iiivtntiou consists of a moveaiile Giwd adapted and fitted to the ordinary Razor in such a
manner, that wiien used in the operation of shavine, it is impossiide for a person tocut himself, however
rapidly the Razor may he passed over the face — the ad>anced position of the teeth of the Guard pushing aside
the skill, while the Razor's edge removes the hearJ.



PATENTEES3

No. 22, CHARING CROSS, LONDON-

Manufacturers and Piop.ietors of the l>LANTAGENET STROP and the VETERINARY RAZOR, for
Shaving Horses, and C. Stkwaut & Co.'s Razor Strop CREAM and RENOVATOR.

Descriptive Particuiarii and Prices sent iiost free.

Wholesale and Expoit Acents at SHEFFIELD, Me>;MS JOHN and WILLIAM RAGG, Nuisery-f.treet.
The PLANT AGENET GUARD RAZOR may be obtained, Retail, of any Cutler, Ironmonger, Huir-

dix'sser, or Bookseller. /

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HOWETT'S



ROYAI, HOTEL.

NORWICH.

COMMERCIAL & FAMILY HOTEL,

AND GENERAL

COACHING AND POSTING



OMNIBUSES TO AND FROIYI EVERY TRAIN.



POST horses; chaises and flys

Always ready at the Station.
HCARISS: A]V]> MOURM live CARRIAOEfit.

PRIVATE OMNIBUSES

TO CONVEY FAMILIES TO

CROMER, MUNDESLEY^ &c.

AND FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.




ROYAL HOTEL,



LOWESTOFT.

The Nobility, Gentry and Visiters to this delightful Watering Place, are
lespectfully informed that the above Hotel is now open, and the arrangements
in every department will be found to combine all the improvements of the first-
rate London Houses.

The noble Pier and Esplanade afford to Visiters a Promenade unequalled
in extent and beauty on the Coast.

HOT, COLD AMD SHOWER BATHS

In the House, of SEA and FRESH WATER, at any Hour.
BILLIARDS.



Ziock-ap Coach Houses.— Carriages and Post Horses,

GBORaB W. HCWSE, Proprietor.



W . WISE

(Prom HOBY'S,)





10, BROAD STREET, (Opposite Baliol College),

Begs respectfully to inform the Members of the University, Inhabitants of

OXFORD AND ITS VICINITY,

that he has commenced business as above, and hopes by strict attention to merit a
share of their Patronage and support.

W. W. earnestly solicits the Patronage of Gentlemen who have had any
difficulty in getting well-fitted, as the only effectual remedy (as well as preventative)
for Corns, &c. is having the Boot the proper shape for the Foot.

W. W. having had much Practical Experience both in Oxford and London
(and making his own Lasts), is enabled to produce an Article combining
Ease and Elegance. He also begs to submit the following

LIST OF PRICES-FOR CASH.



Warranted of First-rate Q^ualitij and JVorhmanship.

£ n. d.



Wellington Boots, Bordeaux Fronts. . 1

Frontinjir Do 18

Patent l>rcss Do 1 l.'i

Top Do 2



Napoleon Boots 2

Leather Button Boots 18

Cloth Do. do 16

Oxonian Shoes 12



Sole Agent for Hawkins' London Improved Rotary Boot and Shoe Heel.

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COLES'S PATENT TRUSSES,

Are universally admitted to be the most Effectual Instruments now in use for the Relief and Cure
of HERNIA. The Pads resist the descent of the Hernia when stoopinjr or coufrhing-. The follow-
ing Testimonials are selected from a list too numerous for insertion in a single advertisement.

Dr. THORNTON, the eminent Botanist, to Willian. Coles.
Sir,- After six months wearing a Truss of your conslrnction. I ara perfectly cured of tin insex, Cowper, Clarendon, Gaiiisborongli,
Chesttrfu'ld, l/isburn, l5rov\iilo\v, and licancliamp ; Viscount Campdeii : Lords Sondes, AUanley
Braybrooke, and KI|)irnistoiie ; Bauonkts, -Sir J. Tyrrell, Sir \V. Gearv, Sir H. Hnnloke, SirG. Robinson,
Sir \V. VVelley, Sir J. Neltliorpc, Sir K. I.acoii, Sir J. Palmer, Sir V. F. F. Uonuhey, Sir VV. Kemp, Sir E.
IJacoii, Sir J. D. Legard, Sir \V. Hulford, Sir K. Vanvasoni-, Sir C. Morgan, and Sir VV. D. Broughton ;
and all tbe eminent Agricuiturif*t.s in ilie Kingdom.

DOWN'S FARMER'S FRIEND

Is a certain reniedv for tlie S.MUT IN VVHEA P; also, a preventive to tbe lavages of tlie SLUG, GRUB, and
UIKK-VVOKM. It will promote tiie Germination and Growtli of the Seed Wheat, and increase the produce
of the Crop (pnte eijunl to a change of Seed, at only Fourpence per Acre.

The Proprietor of tlie alioie article, can with the treatest confidence recommend it to the notice of Agri-
cnlturists generally, be having .sold la-t season snlli. ient to pie()are seed tor upwards of a Quarter of a Million
of Acies, and in not one .single instance has it been known to fail, if properly applied. If tlie FARMERS'
FRIKND is used, theie i» no occasion lo Limi; oi Risinf. the Wheat ; and it is withnut exception the cheapest
and easiest remedy yet produced. Six Bushels uf Wbe.it can be dresseer every other wheat dressing known ; tlie
strongly repeated and llatieriiiK testimonials from nearly all the practical ^gricullumls of the day, besides
rvferi-nce to Ten TiKAtsand Farmers who have iixi-d it, may he had of Agents wiio are ap|)ointed in every town
llirougliuiit the enmities of Kiigland, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland.

PRICE Is. per p.icket, which is sulDcient for Six Bushels of Seed Wheat.

Prepared Only by H. DOWN, Chemist, WOBURN, BEDS.

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LONDON



AND



WESTMINSTER BANK.



Established lOth March, 18 3 4. -Under the Act of Parliament 3 and 4 William IV,
c. 98— And Registered under the Act 7 and 8 Victoria, c- 113.



Bivtctov%*

The Right Hon. THOS. FARNCOMB, Lord Mayor

HENRY BOSANQUET, Esq.

HENRY BUCKLE, Esq.

FREDERICK BliRMESIER, Esq.

JOHN GARRATT CA^fTLEY, Esq.

TH O.MAS CHAPMAN, Esq, f. r. s.

JA.^iES DENIS DE VITRE, Esq.

JOSEPH ESDAILE, Esq,



CHARLES GIBBES, Esq.
WILLIA.M HAIGH, Esq.
GEORGE HANSON, Esq.
HENRY HARVEY, Esq., f. R. 8,
DAVID SALOMONS, Esq. Acderman.
JOHN STEWART, Esq.
JOSHUA WALKER, Esq.



JAMES WILLIAM GILBART, f. r. s.

CITY OFFICE , . . . , Lotljbury \V. T. Henderson, Managei.

WESTMINSTER BRANCH 1, St. James's-sqoaie Oliver Vile, Manager.

BLOO.MSBURY BRANCH 214, High Holboin William Ewings, Manager.

SOUTHWARK BRANCH 3, Wellingtou-stieet, Borough Edward Kingsford, Manager.

EASTERN BRANCH 87, High-street, Whitechapel W. D. Asperne, Manager.

ST. MARYLEBONE BRANCH 4, Stiatford-place, Oxford-street.... George M. Mitchell, Manager.

The Capital of the Bank is £5,000,000. sterling, in 50.000 shares of £100. each. The sum of £20. has
been paid on each share, so th.it the paid np Capital is £1,000,000. sieiling. This presents ihe most perfect
security to the puhlic, aud gives the Bauk the most ample means fur affording to its customers every reaaunable
accommodation.

The Bank has above eleven hundred partners, whose names are registered at the Stamp Office, and are
printed with the Annual Report of the Directors. The advantage obtained by a Joint Sttab ishnu-nt signs a Declaration of sfcrtcy as to the accounts of individuals. No
Christmas boxes or other gratuities are allowed to be taken by the Officers of the Hank.

Parties who are desirous of having Current Accounts, without being under the necessity of keeping a
balance, are chaiged a small lommission, proportionate to the amount of their transactions. Thi> extends
the advantage of a Banking Account to parties having moderate incomes, or who in the course of their business
find ample employment for thtir cajiital.

Sums from £10. to £1,000. aie received on Deposit, at a rate of interest to be fixed at the time, and they
are re-p yable upon ilemand, without notice. For tlie.se sums, R. ct^ipts ate granted, called Dejiosit R. ceipts.
By ah-wiiig interest for small sums, the benefit of the Deposit system, as practised in Scotland, is extended to
all classes of the community.

Soms of £1,000. and upwards, are al-o received on Deposit Receipts, upon such terms as may be agreed
upon with i.gard to the late of interest, and the time of re-payment. Trustees and others who have money
which they cannot immediately employ, mav thus obtain an interest for it, until an opportunity occuis for its
perm-nent investment. Parties mav lodge' money upon an Interest Acc



Online LibraryI. (Isaac) SlaterSlater's royal national and commercial directory and topography of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, and Suffolk : comprising classi → online text (page 130 of 131)