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BRICK VENTILATING FURNACE. ^rPT<;TPT?S and HOT-AIR

Also, a splendid assortment of new and beautiful patterns of REGISTERS and HOT AIR

GRATES, square and round, finished in Iron, Brass, Bronze, and Silver Plated, with every thing

completel adapted to thebusiness of thoroughly warming, and ^^^^f ^^f ^f^^^^^^!;;^^
Also, a full assortment of the best kind of VENTILATORS and SMOKE BLOWERS.
C D & Co , will give their personal attention to warming and ventilating public or private

buildings, in any part of the United States. Having had a thorough practical experience in the

business, they trust they will be able to give entire satisfaction.

C D. & Co.. have opened a GRATE ROOM, where they offer a splendid assortment of

PARLOR AND CHAMBER PRAMS GRATES,

OF NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS,

Books published by the l....torJ^::^^^^^^Z^i^^-^^ and Drawings, ^^^^"^^^
Settin. and Using the Furnace and School Stove; also directions for "^^'^^^^ ^^.'^^''^'^''^l
Lr ILanging Ventiducts, Ventilators, etc., for the Ventilation of all classes of buildings, ships,
etc., with other useful matter. — ___ -n —

MOS. 51 & 53 BLAOKSTONB STREET.

CHILSON, DUNKLEE & CO.



%^a a^^si^



With adjoining Fitting department's,

IS EXPRESSLY DEVOTED TO



And affonis every coavenienc* for the accommodation of

Ladies accompanying their Children.
Tarious ncro ksigns of I3cij3s' (£>armcnts




Originated by the Proprietor at the first, and for which the estab-
lishment is known to a vast trade,

WILL BE RIGIDLY ADHERED TO.

THE EXTENSIVE

RETAIL AND WHOLESALE ROOMS

AKE WELL BTOCKED WITH

AND FURNISHING GOODS,
A large assortment of

For manufacturing to order.
A LIBERAIi DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.

ENTRANCE 33 & 34 ANN ST.

NEARLY OPPOSITE MERCHANTS' ROW.

GEO. W. SIMMONS & CO.



AYNARD & NOYBS,

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

Drugs, Medicities, Paints, and Dye-Stuffs,

nro. 11 MERCHAIVTS' ROIV. BO!!>TOIV.



MAYNARD & NOTES'

BLAGE WRITING INK,

For Gold, Steel, or ftiiill Pens.

This Ink has stood the test of more than thirty tears' trial, and during this time has been constantly

increasing in public favor and patronage, and is now the leading article in the country. It flows

with freedom, becomes permanently black, and will not mould under auy^ circumstances.





Bank of State of N. Carolina, Raleigh, Mar. 4, 1847.
Messrs. Maynakd & Notes : Gentlemen, — Your
Writing Ink has been in almost constant use by the
officers of this banking-house for the lust fifteen
years, and has always been preferred to any other
brand. It flows freehj from the pen, and does not
mould; and the color, though sometimes -pale when
first opened, becomes a beautiful permanent black. I
have been a regular consumer of it myself during
this time, excepting when curiosity has led me to
make trial of other kinds, and take pleasure in being
able to speak so favorably of it, and trust that my
opinion, founded on such long experience, will in-
duce many who may not be so well acquainted with
its merits, to give it a trial.

Yours, respectfully, C. Dewey, Cashier.

Messrs. Maynard & Notes : Gentlemen, — We are
happy in being able to say, that we entirely concur in
the opinion expressed above of your Writing Ink, by
Mr. Dewey, the Cashier of this Institution.

Respectfully yours, Dunn Cameron, Pres.
S. W. Whiting, Teller.
D. DuPre, Bookkeeper.



Post Office, Boston, Ms. Oct. 2, 1843.
The Black Writing Ink manufactured by Messrs.
Maynard & Noyes, of this city, has been used in this
office for several years past. Other inks have during
that time been tested, but theirs has been in every
instance preferred. For fluidity, blackness, and per-
mMnency, none has been found equal to it.

George Wm. Gordon, Postmaster.



Office of Merchants Ins. Co. Boston, Nov. 18, 1847.
Messrs. M.^ynard & Noy'ES : Gentlemen, — I have
used your Writing Ink for the last sixteen years. In
1840, I gave you a certificate of its excellence, and
having continued its use ever since, to my entire sat-
isfaction, my opinion is confirmed in its superiority.
It flows freely from the pen, and is in all respiects the
best ink I have ever used,

George Homer, Secretary.



Registry of Deeds, Boston, Nov. 20, 1847.
Messrs. Maynard & Noyes : I have made use of
your Writing Ink for the recording of deeds, &c. the
past twenty-five years, and having found it to suit my
wishes and purposes entirely, take pleasure in re-
newing my testimonial of its superiority. From the
appearance of the records in my office, I am satisfied
it is superior to any I have used, and consider it
particularly adapted for all purposes where perma-
nency of color is requisite or desirable. It fioics well
from the pen, and does not mould; and my oldest records
prove its color to be unalterably black.

Henry Alline, Register of Deeds.



Boston, May 27, 1846.
For twenty years past, I have had occasion to use
ink daily, and sometimes for the nicest of penman-
ship ; occasionally, necessity or curiosity has led me
to make use of the article made by different indi-
viduals ; but I can cheerfully state that I have never
found any that combined so many good qualities as
that made by Maynard & Noyes.

N. D. Gould, Teacher Penmanship.



Boston, Februfiry 15, 1840.
Messrs. May'n.vrd & Noy'es : Gentlemen, — It is
now, I believe, more than twelve years since the
School Committee passed an order for using your
Black Writing Ink in the City Schools. I have used
it during that period, and deem it a first rate article,
and cheerfully recommend it to others. It flows free-
ly from the pen, and increases in blackness after being
committed to paper, and the color is durable. I know
of no ink superior to yours, and I have tried many
kinds, both English and American.

P. Mackintosh, Jr.
Principal of Writing Dep. Hancock School.

We, the subscribers. Writing Masters in the City

Schools, cheerfully add our testimony in confirmation

of the superior quality of Maynard & Noyes' Writing

Ink, expressed by Mr. Mackintosh.

A. B. HoYT, N. Merrill, D. D. Capen,

J. Fairbank, L. Conant, R. Swan, Jr.



For sale, wholesale and retail, by the Manufacturers, No. 11 Merchants' Row, Boston, and by Booksellers,
Stationers, and Traders generally, throughout the Country.



COPYING- INK.

This Ink gives a copy as distinct and perfect as the original,
and combines all the properties of our Writing Ink. This qual-
ity particularly adapts it for Counting-House use, as it answers
all the purposes for which a Writing Liquid is wanted. Put up
in quart and pint stone bottles.





TYPES,

PRESSES, AND PRINTING MATERIALS,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,

SUPPLIED PROMPTLY, AT LOW RATES,



flElOTYPl FiWl]
JAMES M. SHUTS, Agent,
MINOT'S BUILDING, SPRING LANE,




KELLEY & LEVIN,

UIPORTEES AND DEALERS IN

drnglisl), iTrencI), onb ©crman
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES,

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Loudou, Paris and Yicnua Fancy Articles,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

JOSEPH. B. KELLEY, ) No. 5 Kilby street, Boston.

JAMES, F. LEVIN, 1 No. 23 Coleman street,- -London.

[C7="Orders received and executed for any Goods 'n
our line, at the usual commission rates.



THOS. G. FAY & Co.



IMPORTERS OF



'wiiim m.



i

POCKET R^n ES, SCISSORS,

RAZORS So TABLE CUTLERY,

Of various patterns.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

FRENCH & GERMAN FANCY GOODS.



THOS. G. FAY,
GEO. W. FAY.



No. 1 & 3 Kilby Street,



• Boston



All Orders promptly attented to, at the regular
commission rates.



MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY

INSURE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,

^I All P11,S§WM^ PliFllTY,

ON REASOIVABLE TERMS.



Charles A. Wells,
Osmyn Brewster,
Thomas J. Lobdell,
Jonathan Ellis,
John Reed,



DIRECTORS.

Henry W. Dutton,
John Shelton,
Joseph L. Bates,
Samuel S. Perkins,
Philo Sanford,



William Freeman,
Francis A. Sawyer,
Edward F. Hall,
Wm. J.Reynolds, Roxburij,
Abiel Stevens, Lawrence.

CHARLES A. WELLS, Pres.



OFFICE,— ]\o. 13 STATE STREET, BOSTOI¥.



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS



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