Volumes in the collection: The Post-Office Directory of the Borough of Southampton and the neighbourhood comprised in the Postmaster's official District
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Full text:[...] COUNTY FIRE OFFICE, 50, TJle^eut-^St-reetj and 2, ROYAL EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, LONDON. trustees ait"0 Directors, The Duke of Rutland, K.G. The Marquis of Northampton. The Rt. Hon. Lord North wick. The H [...]
Full text:[...] THE ntvpi'ftWnf, ISLE OF WIGHT & SOUTH OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER, WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER, TOllSUlflnllGD iM©^[R00[M©= F3&ICS SXXPETCCS. This well-established Journal has been enlarged to the greatest ex [...]
Full text:[...] FIRE INSURANCE. Office established for the Insurance of all kinds of Property, IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. ROYAL FARMERS' AND A i;b iL®ia.5a & MiiMinnz ESTABLISHED 13&0. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAM [...]
Full text:[...] NEW LONDON HOUSE. JliHIS iltl Cailnr, Mmltx, ijiiri Blitfer, AND GENERAL OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, 39, HIGH-STREET (Corner, of Bridge-Street),
Full text:[...] The Colonial Life Assurance Company, continued. In these days of steam communication, when the passage to India is thought as little of as the journey from Edinburgh to London was at no very distant [...]
Full text:[...] RESIDENTS IN VILLAGES. 15 Light, Rd., Railway gate, Totton Longland, J., surveyor of roads, Eling Longland, Thos., yeoman, Church-pl. Lovell, George, smith, Cadnam Lowe, Thomas, tailor, Hounsdown Low [...]
Full text:[...] W-:' !!•; ill 'Sfei ll it l®Q8i\[L ELECTRICITY AND GALVANISM, AS A THERAPEUTIC AGENT, In the cure of disease, when employed with experience and judgment, is by no means second to the systems either [...]
Full text:[...] ffinmmkr ixnir d>xmhl Jtaigntiim €mpm\. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER IN 1840. 1 w Lines of Steam Communication embraced by the Company's operations : The Company's Steamers carrying Her Majesty's Ma [...]
Full text:[...] Uv mimip HALL, MMM(3 (DM IMPORTER OF FOREIGN and MAEUFACTUEER OF BRITISH PERFUMERY, OXFORD STREET, Respectfully solicits the attention of the Nobility and Gentry to the subjoined Catalogue of select [...]
Full text:[...]  Hand-inSand Fire and Life Insurance Society (continued). surance to the lowest possible rates of Premium; the abatement for the years 1842, 1843, and 1844, was at the rate of ££5 per cent, each year [...]
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