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Volumes in the collection: The Southampton Post Office Directory for 1847
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Full text:[...] SCOTTISH ONION FIRE AND IIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (CONTINUED,) . 3lffe department. The Directors request the attention of parties purposing to effect Life Insurances to the advantages offered by this Co [...]
Full text:[...] ixvi ALPHABETICAL LIST Of KAMJ58. c. V Martin, Wm. H. innkeeper, Crown Inn, Shirley Mash, Thos. market gardener, Hope-cottage, Shirley Maskel (Jas.) Sergeant-Major, Westend Mason, John:, cordwainer, [...]
Full text:[...] BOirtTSBS VPOV FOMCXE8 BECOME CLAIMS. Life insured. Sum insured. Sum paid. John Wharton, Esq., Skelton Castle Sir John Saunders Sebright, Bart. Sir William Wake, Bart. Earl Strathmore Rev. H. W. Cham [...]
Full text:[...] .5 3 T. WAICHT, PAPER RULER BT MACHINE, JWt) .Account Igoolc JIHgaHufactuuCj Mo ®©ujirffiMoiP'ff®sT. PAPER FOR ACCOUNTS, COPIES, MUSIC, -BRIEFS, ETC. ETC., BULBS TO A NTT PATTERN, with neatness and a [...]
Full text:[...] MEDicA fc Legal, and General Mutual Life Assurance Society (continued). This principle is the most beneficial to the Assured, amongst whom alone the whole net profits are divisible. The Society has a [...]
Full text:[...] RANDALL AND SON, CHIMXSTS TO HIE MAJESTY, f (Manufacturiing & Dispensing Chemists & Druggists). MANUFACTURERS OF SODA WATER, EFFERVESCING LEMONADE, AND ALL THE SUPERCARBONATED MINERAL WATERS. * AGENT [...]
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Full text:[...] EXPORT^ i BEAVER fflffiFROOf HATS MACKINTOSH illoWS ATS ES gLLVETTffil6S CAZ IAKER.I64 pat B. D. Ellyett's UNFCR B,SCU HAT, CAP, .AND. OUTFITTING QSlarc^ousc, IS SITUATED EXACTLY OPPOSITE THE CROWN H [...]
Full text:[...]  PBRi ANB LtPE t©©timf. CHIEF Office—NO, 44, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON. ©AW%TJLlL>9 9^7 Privileges of Assurers in the ^tar X.ife Office. 1st.—Ninety per cent., or nine-tenths of the Profits, ascertai [...]
Full text:[...] SE3 PREPARING CANDIDATES FOR THE OFFICE OF DEACON IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, At Shirley, near Southampton. The Rev. Herbert Smith, having given much attention to the state of the Poor and Labouring Cl [...]
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