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TEB BOllTHAMPTO^ OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NBW8-«ATDRDAY. SEPT. %, 1878.
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SOUTHAMPTON. ROM8BY. AND SALISBURY.

BMP 9 9 »«
8 50f 9 M 10 6
publications bkokiv&d
W# hsve been favoured by U«n Oauell, Petter, and •lpin with the flrat parte of their two new aerial*. »t« . The Leopold Shak*ptre" and the " Heroes of Britain." The Brat, when complete. will form an admirable one-volume tdlllonof the woikg wf nor greateet poet. 'I I,*
Introduction (extending to 120 page*) show* the pmper method nf undying Shakspere. tell* nt tho •lory of the poet'* life, and presents a w*li oontl-lered chronolmMcal ingement of the plays and poenu, The growth of kips re's mind, the Itnke betwwen hie successive pl*M. the Ught throws on each bjr oomparl*.* with lie neighs boor, the dtetmctlre charactarltilt It* ooatrart with the other*, end i earn* orlike Incident* In the dlff«
eper* t life ere promised lo be ire ralnuteneee, cere, and ekIIL-The " tieroee o«
Thle euhject cover* fee we are all proud to remember) one pt the widest Held* In biography. Judging from the
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a ret of Me—re Oaawll'a eerUI* for lu merit*, and consequent popularity.
[Bstract* from the*a Intereatlng work* will be found
80UTUAMPTON POLICE.
(Continued fro- pag$ 8).
THURSDAY.
,3!
ilenea «2 (lie wife It appeared that he had beaten her. pullet Bar out of bed by tho hair of ber liead. end broke up a quantity ol things In the Iitom. Sim .twrw.nl. found lilrn In Castlc-lane. He sflerwsrds strurk her twice In tlio street. Shu went lu fear of her life, especially when lie wastn drink. which wae fire daya out of tho seven — »lr. Bell, who appeared tor defendant, aald ha was quite wllllug. under the Matrimonial Clause* Act. that the Benrh ahould make an onlcr for aepiratlon.—A long discussion took place, both parties being agreed a* to thai; arrangement.-The lleneh, however, were not satisfied that there were sufficient grounds for them to make an order uuder the AeL and bouuil defendant over, himself In JCU. and one *urety In AO. to keep the peace for alx months. and If at the expiration of that tlmo they did not lire happily together. and any more coraplalnta were made and proved, they ehoald certainly pot the Act In force. — Ball being forthcoming defendant waa liberated.
Kill DAY. »
Before the Mayor fA. I,. MeC.lmont. Esq.). Alderman
COMPLIMMNTABY DMWBB TO A. SOdTHAMPTOK TRADESMAN. A eompllmenUr, dinner *a* gl»en to Mr H. J. Pearce, l#§painter and decorator, of Doreet itreet, on
a Wot to enter en a new line of. bwhwee In Portsmouth.
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eeedlngly well eevvW, and tlchly deterred the fr*qoent encomium* that werepa*e#d on them daring the evening. Mr JUnrAi provided, the »ie#.clielr being filled by Mr Halee. decorator, of ML MarkVroad. who eueceed* to Mr Pearoe * b@*lneee In Doreet etreeL There were
K=S %, H. is:;. -J.I; ^Vm'Li:
Kobineon. Barrett, Jenkln*. Dlmond, McDougall, Black-man. J. D. Che»ter, Oonichie, McKel, Nlcholeon. Steel. Parker. McLaehle, Wlllahlne, BUbop. Tarrant, Itc.. Ac. The dinner having concluded, the Chairman gave the uiual loyal toaat*, which ware received with the utmoel cordiality, the whole company joining hi the National Anthem, and Ood Bleea the krin#e of Walaa. — Th
E. HART & Oo.'s DOMESTIC BAZAAR,
' WILL ^11 CL08ED
THIS DAY. SATUROAY.
the TflOLB OB1 THE BXOCIC
MUST BE CLEARED.
Kmj Article will be Reduced in Price I SALE WILL COMMENCE
MONDAY, SEPT. 30th.
every purchaser
TEA TKAY8—only during Ibi* Sale. The BEST OPPORTUNITY for Partita FURNISHING that ha* ever been.
Go and make yoor PURCHASES at ONOE.
_COST PRICES.
HEALTH.
preeent volunteer force wa* etUbliabed, reapor did alio Mr Nkholton, both * peaking in high t«


a the 2nd, 18th, and 30th only
appeared, waa charged with
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amidtt lood cheer*. He Mid Mr 1'earce wae about to leave Ihl*. hie native town, and lake up bie reeideoce alaawhere. and he only troetod that be wooW be a* !**fui in hie new underlaktag. aa he bad been lo hampton (cbeera). He (the epeakee) bad known Mr Pearce for a number of year*, and during that time they bad contlnoed to grow in frlendabip, during that period he tad a way* found him a * launch and honourable man, whom Uoaibampton would looee and Portsmouth would gain (cheer*). Mr Pefxce had alwa»* " rne the eharmcte* of being a gotfS maeter, and all tliiy uld do waa 10 wj*h bim every euccee* in hi* dew ideruklng (applauae). He would, therefore, call
The whole company II with three time* thre again renewed.-Mr Pi greeted with loud cln after the flattering mi proposed hi* health lie to reply, became* bavin
1 rose and touted hie health the cheering being again and ce, on rising to respond, wa* i. He proceeded to say. that
i to leave it (loud applause).
concluded by thanking all prei tbeiHtind czptas* on* for hi* fut

that Mr Pea
red that be

—Mr Halee, tt all would agn
BDBTEAD8, 4 ft Sin wide,
X Tick*, 4ft Bin wide. 8fl4ln long Prom £1 10s «d

^j-AONBTI8M the
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WETTON A Co.,
14 0, h i 0 h-8 t r e e t, southampton.
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coma. MUEP. A*D pmgvmxTioa w DMEAam.
av dlaeasse In which our sore, or aflbrd rallaf I—
HyatrrH, Krj»[p»i*s. Paralysis. Indig it Ion. laolpteat Ooa-saiaptlno. Loss «f Appatlfe. Uronobliit, bortXwoat. Cuta-• ligation. Deafness, Wakefolaeu, Splaal Debility, Ague, Bptaii'S, Qalussv.
PRICES, ]| «d to 63* each.
Jfo Charge far Consnltntiun.
Among Ibe special advantage* of the Magnetloon Appliances are i—:
Their simplicity and safety. ....
• Hon of electricity wilbont the aid
Chain Bands, or Adda.
a r r b bt, °ou t hampton. *
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Mr. E. ■WHITXAKES, OUBLIO ACOODJITANT.—B.nkn.,,1,'
InspecUoo, or Composition. Statements of affalra drawn' up for meetlag of Creditor*, Ac. Debt* collected. Cub
ilfot the Scottish Impstlal Insurance Company, ' 'te.
ROSE and BOOEBS.
POBK DEALEKS, AND 8AU8AGK
MAKERS, ETC..
b,CA*iL WALK, dOUTgAMPTOK. Po»K SaOjaois, Bbst quality. PRIME HOME-CURED HAM 3.
B. N. BUXBY win iS*' an u td°r" ""oper.
1, Vbka.tDin Tmtn, Lownt Casai
•» Metallic --
te no preparation, give no shocks; a: nd as the magnetic current pane* i Intervening garment they need not
SPRING MATTBE28ES,
warranted the very best qualitlee_£1 9i 0d
SEVERAL HUNDRED pAima of n«Avr wiTamv
BLANK KM, large sizes I..__6s lid pali
SEVERAL^ THOUSAND
PAIM of ETaOaO yUEKTd. FrmmUlIW
enerally, and lis had little doubt that Mr Pearcs wouli equally a* successful In bis new undertaking, as hi had been in Southampton (cbssrs).—Mr Btcsl proposed '• The health of the Chairman." which was toasted In a bumper, and lultably responded to by Mr Edward*, who remarked thai he wa* very plsased to see *uch a happv company preient. He. as a Scotchman, had a very high opinio., of the Englnh character, and truetedlbe Bcotch would come over here and sse for thsmselvss, and than lake back a little of the English cbarsctsr with them (laughter and cbCer*). He concluded by thanking them moil eincerely for the kind manner In which they had drunk hi* health (applaute).—Mr Jenkin*. in j>ropo*lng " The health of the Vice-Chairman," said Mr Hale* was about to succeed Mr Pearce In his buiineas. He wa* a ino*t worthy m*n, and one well qualified to Mil the place of Mr Pearce, and truited all that could would give blm their patronage (epplau*e)-Tho I omit wa* drunk with muiical honours—Mr Hale, in response, said be bad to thank iliein vsrv much for the iqanner In which tho toast <.f hi* health had been received. He pleased to meet llietn tlieri
SKILLED, and other WHITE COUNTER PA NKS-a spendid choice
UITE MUSLIN CUK-
Beirut made up In light for table to wear as an ordln , Though (core eepeclallv disease, their gently I
vigoratlng influence
, beneficial lo mm suffer from any bodl y < itr ditect acimn upon tt useful In many case* wblc
w
TAINS, 21 yards lor
r Rep. The complete Sui
MOTH AMPTOK.WIKOHEyTKR. ALRE8FORD, ALTON. AND LONDON.

grtakcspbrg at School.—So our cbeslnut-haird. fair, hiown eyed, roiy cbeakt boy went to ichool, and waited on hi* father and mother and their gue*t*. Wa* he like Seagrr's model lad, or Jaque*'* " whining *chool boy, with hu satchsl snd ihlning morning face, crssp-in^ like a snail unwilling to tcbool" T (Al 1'ou Like It, II. vii. 145-7). Did he never, unlike " the blessed »un of
Did lis not play " nine-men's morris " ! (MiiliHinxner Sight'sItrtmn, 11. iL3W).and " more aacke to the mill." '• hide and seek " (*/.one's Mourt IjM, IV. iii. 78). snd


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GENERAL POST OFFICE.
High Street, opposite the Audit House.
Th, Post Office, nigh-street, open* for official inquiries an for iho rrcvp Ion ol uald irtun at 7 a.m.. aad close* at 1 p.m. The town dellrede* oomaisnce at 7 a.m.. 11.30a.m. and -5 IS f in No postage sUmps sre s.rrsd after 10 p.m. OnSui.dajslhersl* oalr one delivery by letter oarrirl ' - - ■ I letters are delivered at th I public butiosi ■><1 letters received up t6 balf-an-hour before th "CL08IN(5 Of'THE LKTTRU BOX.
Co.Uss (well box) 10. C a
Maw-mad.,,.. — <
■ nd joined In
, Christina*, and New t ear s games; helpt r. went to harreat-hora'* and sheep-shearln^s
i IVeniit antl .tdonis, ...^ _
l. But In one of those extra dramatic bits, that he _ Mionally give* u* in hi* play*, he tell* u* that in hie boy day* be did nut hear of gollrou* throat* and Ira-
Who would bellev
Whose heads st
d hanging at em
(pillar) ... 9.S0 p n
'Oa Sunday* only.
>e in destroying the (Hsease germs existing li
mag*
•laisi
__________________________•» ? Latin, of course;
and notwithttaadlng bragging Ben Jonson'* sneer of Shaktpere'* owning " little Latin and le«* Greek,' It I* clear that he must have been well grounded In Win at leait (weCapel on Dr Parmer's es*av on "The Learning of Shakipere." 1763). On thl* subject, Mr Luplon, ibe editor of Colet, the best authority I know, say* " I tlilnk you would be *afe In concluding that at *uch a school a* Stratford, about 1570, there would be taught —(1) an ABO book,' for which a pupil teacher, or 'A B C darlus." Is soinslitnee mentioned a* having a salary | (2) a Catechism In English and Lathi, probably Nowell's; (31 Ibe aulhoriied Latin grammar, i.e., Lilly s, put out with a proclamation adapted to each king's reign ft hare edition* of 1520.1532.1455. Ac.); (4) *ome e*«y Latin conitrufng-book, *uch ss Eraimus's Collo-qviet. Corderlu*"* Colloquies, or Baptiita .Msntuanus, and the familiar Cato,' or Distteha Je Uoribus, which is often prescribed In Statutes (a copy I have U dated 1658). The Greek giamtnar, if any. in u,e at Stratford, would most likely be Clenard'a i ' Inatltutione* abso-loilssiuite In Oracautn linguam' . . - - Nicoloa Clenardo auctore (uiy copy Is dated 1543). The treatment of boy* at school wa* iharp, and Sbak*pere. no doubt, got whacks on Ibe hands and back with a cane-to «ay notttag of being bircht over a desk, or hoisted on another baf* back—for making mutakss, like tho rest " [li*h, we mar be pretty euro, be » only grai#lly finding It* way
__________of the unlvertity *ubject, Ibe
trivial*—grammar," logike, rhetorike"—and the quad-
Sd*g*lr^oeW» K7r*bMk%Tp!
of my edition), I euppote tome smattering wa* given In
SS.K3SS'■Jyi. ftlv35 J-n!
LtopoU ShakfjKrt" for October.
tal Kkoinceib v. Rrcosd Hams B Y.—
---ini Henry v, a'nii/sr. — The return match of the
above look place on Friday, and resulted in another victory for the 2od Hants by a msjoAty of 57 points, i, 200 and <500 yards 5 five *hots al each; Wim-targets and regulations.—Subjoined are the
Colour-Bonreaot Mrandlaon 18
■nest! B&H!

forget that be

ing manner In which hi* health bad been drunk (cheers). The remaining toast* were " The Press," - The Ladles." and " The Host and Hostess," all of " " were suitably acknowledged. During the evening
brigade," by Mr ill
:lally " The charge It,^noat etlectively as loudly applaud* i company broke up at 12 o'cli vlng been granted by the m J a most enjoyable evening.
T7VERY DESCRIPTION of PRINTING
A-J executed with economy and despatch, at the " i, 21, Bainog Htrkki. SooTitAuri

nEALrH!ETEENOTRII ENEEOTI! PEPPER'S QUININE and IRON TONIO.
SPHERE lm Bcarcelj a disorder of tho body, functional or organic, in whkh Quinine and I rot could not be administered with good results. For inter roittent fevers, s* ague, low fever, and febrile symptom In general, nothing can compare with It. For proetrs Hon of strength consequent on long lllne** or othe causes, cloee confinement, sedenUry occupation*, and any thing tending to Impoverish the vital iiuids aid under Ine the conitilution. Quinine and Iron 1* admitted ti


DINIAG-ROOM 8DITE8,
Upholstered In Superior Roan 'Jlolh. The complete suite ......
LEATHER COOCHES. A
very strong article^


llde, and to thoee w organio waakneee, while nerves renders them eaual
the ordinary remedlee fail--------
Special Magnetlcon Appliances are made for chl who are fonnd to be peculiarly eufceptihle to lb goratlng Influence of magnetism, especially when tated by epidemics, or msnifeiting a tendsncy cipient consumption.
four month*, and hare derived Immense br-efit 1n>
same. So Improved has my health been since wearing the above that I have Just bought a second appliance, and doobt not but that It will greatlv add to the benefit I have "u«hIho Ma'sne\ltx>n every'succes|™1 r*11'0 lu«nUon-
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terof your Magnetlcpn Appliances, having suffered In knees and legs—could scarcely walk or go up aud down Irs without great pain, llectlng with an accident, and lously Injuring my back. 1 could scarcely turn lu my I or sit upright. After trying many irmedlea without Icon Belt. After wearing It Ibrw days all pain had ceased, I after a fortnight 1 could wslk with pleasure or sloop ;b case. Which I have not done for several months past.
" DYKIt.
the liberal patron*;* bee towed npon ber late hui and also to *ute that, with the attlatance of expert workmen. It is her Intention to carry on the business, and hope* to be favoured with a contin of their kind support.
Jdbherry.
8b'"'
Light Claret*, pure Berdeaox Wine, which will kesp and improve In bottle, from 15* to 30* per dox.
MABER AND PARKER,
56. UIQH-UTREET (next door to the Post-office), SOUTHAMPTON.
AGENTS FOR BASS * Co.'« PALE ALE.
SOLID ITALIAN WALNUT
shaped TABLES. Suitable for
go
gTltONTTiru UN D TEA
FANOYKOUNU WALNUT
TABLEB .. » — —
SEVERAL KfT0HEN
OLID M A H OG AN Y
DEPPBR^ QUININE AND
^ TONIC THOltOUGHLY RKCRUI1
HEALTH.
TONIO XN EOEOPULA.
If perteverd with Quinine and Iron will entirely bi the scrofulous taint from the body. The ulceration! ab*cea*e*, frequently of a painful character, *omoi appearing in the gl.nd* of the neck, In other fori •curvy and obstinate *kin eruption*, Ac., will ultlui yield lo It* purifying Influence.
TDEPPKR'd QDININE AND IRON
TONIC combine* thoee powerful agent* in their hlgheit state of efficiency, I* chemically pure, unalterable by keeping or climate, not disagreeable to take, easily portable, alway* of a definite itrengtb.
Care mod be taken when a*king for Pepper'* Quinine
tO.O.. by J, feweri

pEPPEH
QDININE AND IRON
TONIC ANIMATES THE SPIRITS AND MENTAL FACULTIES.
Depression of spirit* from any cauie Jong continued
e health greatly, and a
r»EPPER'8 QDININE AND IRON
TONIO PROMOTES APPETITE AND IM-PEOYM DIGEETION. . . - _
Taken a few uplnute* before taesl time the tonic effect on the coat* of the stomach is such I bat an lmm« desire for eating I* created. A* the same tim digestive faculty U arouted, add perform* It* fun< In *laborating the food, tbu* orerenilrig the u*ui treselng *ympfo#* of fWulen*, pai^\at the cheat, end heartburn, gen»rafiy known astniugeytlon.
TDEPPER'8 QDININE AND IRON
TONIC i* sold by chemist* every#bire in bottles 4«0d. In bottlee 11*. and In (tone Jara 22* each. For protection be *ure the name, address, and trade mark of the proprietor, John Penper, 237, Tottenham
Road. London. Is on the label. : Any chemist will pi_____
U to order, but do not be prevailed upoa to try any other
8«ot for 8 tan pa oi Post-Office Order.
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PEPPER'H QOININB AND IRON
iai44satf-
lost In taking
If TONIO la Md

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Quality guaranteed._
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VARIETY of WABHETANDE. painted and grained in various colours
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Gilt Framed Blsck and Gold IT & LOOKING GLAEaEd. the very best Hrilish Plate ......
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MAHOGANY FRAME,
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_CARPETS I CARP K'f SI I
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KIDDERMINSTER
CARPETS, a vary strong article, great!(election of pattern* ; on* yard wide ... .._ ..._...
KOOK DYE FELT
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, strong article. 1 yard wide LL WOOL KIDDER-MINSTER ETAIE 0AEPET,
MIKBTE& STAIR CABPET.
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. IX. CARPETS, ready made, with border*, a great selection of pattern* > flt aay *U» room — - — ... \ THOUSAND HEAiU'H JA. RUGS. A variety of pattern*
lesizes From 11* lid
i LAMPS will bo offered during ibis
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1 HANDSOME COAL VASE ...
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E. Hart and Oo.'s "v*^ KOIED 0RMAP D0ME8TI0 BAZAAR^
7, i, k 9. BRIDGE-STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
« •' A "°l aow so loan* tsaa ami yourseu lor
the benefit derived from your magnetic apnliauo«s. Whsn I purchased th.m from your agent on the 161b of J air 1 was lo, 1 may saj with truth, a oylug weak stste aad bad been so
it friends in the »
P.8.-I have had a
oaks life enjoeable, health.
ELIZAUKTU CHUKCHEIL
doctor In Southampton, and scarcely e
Having ,offered for a long Uma pastVf?am'geJeniuohu'tr, I have beam induced to try your JfagooCom, from which I
To Mr Edgar Walton M. W.
D.„ air,—i..., ..a
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1 remain, dear sir. O. CARTER.
iuttering severely uon nueumatlsm in the right «nn and . and I procured tho appliances from your eetabll.h.
*8. Begant-streat, London, lo January last, end lily derived so much boooSt from thslr use that I could w my employment with oomfortand oonvebienoe.
for a ft pi lit! Hand, which 1 will troublo y have llkcwl.0 used your gloves with sue
jyed bene' hesltli generally.
a L. JEMNlMGa gEAHLET. Ca^
" The Excelknt"*Arius. Upper Church-p
ih* sgo will continue to give me the relief I red from It up to the present. I have su ihma all my life, and am now 60 yeara of eg, ly aay I have never been relieved so mucl. — .
sns.tU^H X^tonUnuo to Improve st Urn raw!
JOHN WILLIAM SHADD1CK. PAUALV81&
d« haa mueh pleasure In Informlo] Leg Appliancva she bought Somi
Mr* Kennedy Kdwardi


DEAFEEfB AED emFERB PAIE XE »ECK. M^sMt ^7^k54u^&^^l^to a^ bar"urU
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Plvs jears sgo a necklet rem which she bad bad for more th, hack oi ker tuck, and for wblchaU other >em« and recently her page bs* be a completely c by the use of a Bplne Hand. In each cm efleotcd In Utile more than six weeks.
' ******* *iih juiyTtma.
one.of your M^gastieon belts. 1 have been a great suffer v"' "T"? p*ln ln "f back, f
Driver, Jennings, and Capper,
EOUTRAMPTOX,
IMPORTERS ^OF^TIMRER, DEALS,
PraparndPLGOmiaO. E^IETINGSs amd MGOLD Scantling cut to length and tize Mahogany and hard wood*.
Slate, Latb*. Cement, Drain Pipe*, Hair and all

ESTABLISHED 1838.
RAZOEE ! BAWM ! L EAZGM ! I I
"D EOS to inform his C
JL> that he ha* jolt now ready alar^e sioclt of very •uperlor and carefully-tempered Rasora of tl»a following starting tbu* i— t
O. 11. Sutton'* celebrated El as tic-edge Bant. O. II. Sutton's Guard Raxor.
O. H. Sutton'* Hollow Eaaor.
G. H. Sutton", very hollow ground Rexor. O. H. Sutton'* Dwarf Raxor.
O. H. Sutton'* Netley Rsxor, Is 6d.
O H. Sutton'* Bernard *treai Rexor. laSd.
Sb'ill and Horn Kye-glase Folder* from 3« 6d and ipward*. Spectacles. 9J, 1«, 1* 3d, 1* 8d. 2*, 2a 6d. AM.y llsxor*. 1* each.
Ordinary Razsrs, lOd lo 1*
n Razor*, Oil each.
Surgical Ini nd repaired (


of Butcher'* Knive*, Steel*, Chopper*,
A great quantity of Heir, Cloth, and Tooth BrualM, Combs. Ac., Ac.
0. H. S. beg* to call the attention of Butcher* to Imped hi* extra itrong Chopper*. Saw*, end Steel*.
lUTdMOUTlI Jt POUT8KA f*
^ ?.ea.
"""vraft1"' I ' OEa'oiBobi, \m/"ILL (tide and weather permitting) run
as felloes (Railway time observed), but the oonaxtion between the slearn packets and trains is not guarantowl WEEK D*vj.
Southampton to Weat Cowea—t»J0, 11.10 ajn., 3JJ, S.SJ*
8.0, aad 8.SW p.m. .....
Mouthamptou to Rjdo—8J0, 11.10 a.a:., 2.0, and 1*1
P"8outhsmpton to Sooth sea—11.10 a.m.. 2 0, and 3.55* p m. South'toii to Forumoetb—11.10a.m.. 2.0. and S IS' p.m. juthampton^w Portsea (hew Railway Pier)—dJO. 11.10
_____t W&a, .
11W. 2.». and WO^km.

> We, t Cowes — 8.0 a n Southampton — 8.0 a.a Cowes—8.20 a.m., 12.15, 2.25, ai Portsmouth to Southampton—8.20 a.m., 12.15, 2.25, a 'ttoutSJaa to West Cowas-SJO o-m.. 1J.30, 2J0, and »-' tsouthsea to Southampton—8J5 a.m., 11.20,2.S0, and 4.3 Ryde to We»t Cowes—9.0 a.m-, 12.40, 3.0, and 5.0 p.m. llyilo to South't^n-^.O a.m., 12.40. 3.0, and 5.0 p.m.
Uowea to Poctsm »—12 t Cowea to Portaea (El
iwes to Southampton—7.15. (
sra lor Ryds, Cowes,' and Southampton on en taring U
■onUiampton to Wast Cowes—8 45 a.m.. 2.30 and 5.15 p.a Southampton to Ryde—At* a.m.. and 2.30 p.m. Southampton to Soathsea, Portsmouth, and Portsea t>e Mway Pier)—8.45 a.m, aad 2.9) p.m.
Most Cowes to Hyde, South sea, Portsmouth, and lortsi
Weat Cowes to Southampton—7.15. 10.0 a.m., and to p.m.
Cargo Boats tor the conveyance ol Heavy Luggage. Go^l'. Horses, Carriages, and Cattle, will leave boulhampto". dally, at about ».» a.m.. and Cowea at about 3.0 ».m. (buudays excepted).
N R.—The Comaany will pay the pier dusa upon all mer ehandise conveyed by cargo boats.
All heavy goods conveyed by Passenger Boats w alisrgM a» Is per cwt. i specie, glass. Ac., at special n


Houthsea, Ports-
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perfectly free from the'painTand f*
bofw tbat many to -horn
"""jginea
oc will be forwarded po*t free. '
WET TON. & Co.,
SOUTHAMPTON—149, HIGH-STREET.
Eawtiawim—48*. ELamwrr sra«rr. . Ca>aDA-rCHcao8-«Taj|*T. Toaoato.
rpua UAQNBTIO BBYIEW}'» llecoii price 8ixfemce.
HaUway Plor—Uol tiding
aSmiN Tlcilrra. "
South'ton to W. Cowes ,.
£onth oMtmaeiTaeii • ■ Railway W»*l ^ „
Railway Pier—lnoludJag Tbremgb Tickets to aud Iron London (via London aiii
k£.b-., J,
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