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THE ORIGINAL ANP5OLDEST DYEING ESTABLISHMENT IN
SOUTHAMPTON.


JOHN WREN & SON,
SILK, COTTON, AND WOOLLEN
DYERS,
CALENDERED, SCOUREBS, ANT HOTPRESSERS,
1% W8©HI STRIETj, SOUTHAMPTON,
Impressed with gratitude to the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Southampton and its Vicinity, for the increasing share of Business they have so generously bestowed upon them for so many years, most respectfully beg to announce tO'thelrFriends and the Public, that t^ey are constantly Cleaning and Dyeing evwy descripUo# of Articled.
J. W. and Son beg- to state that the Gloss produced by their Glossing J^Mne8.oa.Chint% Fu^ Covers, Chair Covers, and Cotton Lin-
ings, is so beautiful, that it is the means of keeping the Furnitures clean, and prevents them from taking dusk
Also the Moreens and Damasks that are Cleaned or Dyed by J. W. & Son, aTe Pressed and \Vatexed .in so superior a style, that they challenge any house, either in or out of London, to produce a more elegant Gloss and Clearer Water; J. W. and Son's Watering Press being one of superior power.
All Kinds of Gloves cleaned*
5fiawfo Cfeaued, auD Sfoiui&jr JUloutttiu^ 95yed auD
3*iuidfied every Week.
All Orders from the Country promptly attbndbd to.
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P. S.—J. W. and Son beg to inform their friends, that no Order shall be detained longer than a fortnight, it being their determination to execute all Orders with unusual Dispatch.
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