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Volumes in the collection: The Southampton Post Office Directory 1845
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Full text:[...] 98 advertisements. J. CALLEN, L Soofcfog <&lm fc picture
Full text:[...] ADVERTISEMENTS. 95 NATIONAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, 48, GRACECHURCH-STREET, LONDON, Established at 13, Nicholas Lane, King William Street, December, 1835, foe Jlflwtuaf JUduzauco ott 8udowtueutd, 3)ef [...]
Full text:[...] ADVERTISEMENTS. 91 ] i D RANDALL AND SON, CHEMISTS TO HER MAJESTY, SOUTHAMPTON, and !2FF3i3E'¥31S©Hlf® 5L3iM®MA3D): ]9 OF THE PUREST QUALITY. also. CORBONATED MAGNESIA, SELTZER, POTASH, AND KISSINGEN [...]
Full text:[...] 82 ADVERTISEMENTS. J. H. GLAISYER, <£j)emtet, fcc., y. ra©m=§fB»s ©(DOT®AllOT* Physicians' Prescriptions and other Itecipes carefully dispensed with Neatness and Dispatch. PROPRIETOR OP LAMLEY'S CAMP [...]
Full text:[...] 64 GUARDIANS, CHURCHWARDENS, OYERSEEBS. GUARDIANS. ST. JOHN. Mr. Nicholas Bienvenu, Deputy President. John Shepard, jun. HOLY ROOD. Mr. James Joseph Wolff. Mr. George Lillington Marshall. Mr. Samps [...]
Full text:[...] CONSULS, BANKS. 55 Passengers landing at, or embarking from, the Royal Pier, are subject to an additional impost for themselves and baggage, a schedule of which may be seen affixed to the Royal Pier [...]
Full text:[...] ROYAL SOUTHERN YACHT CLUB, PIER AND HARBOUR. 53 Registered Fall Tonnage. Tonnage. Gem . • . 47 88 40 George the Fourth . 47 89 50 The vessels of the Isle of Wight Steam Packet Company ply between Sou [...]
Full text:[...] 52 STEAM PACKET COMPANIES. Boxes, or closed parcels, can be taken for all the British Possessions. In all cases the foregoing charges must be paid before shipment. Boxes, or closed parcels, cannot be [...]
Full text:[...] BOYAL WEST INDIA MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY. 61 The Company's steam ships leave Southampton at 2 p. m. on the 2nd and 17th of each month, unless the latter should be a Sunday, and then on the day foll [...]
Full text:[...] r 60 royal west india mail steam packet company. Conveyance of passengers in Egypt.—Rot Atfeh, steam tug and passage boats ply on the Mahmoudieh Canal; for Cairo and Lotus, iron steam boats ply on th [...]
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