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REVISION OF THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER In 12mo, price 2s 6d cloth, or 4s morocco, rpm PRAYER-BOOK REMODELLED, and

REVISION OF THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER In 12mo, price 2s 6d cloth, or 4s morocco, rpm PRAYER-BOOK REMODELLED, and

I Adapted to the Men and Circumstances of the Present Times; with an Historical Introduction, and a Vindication of the Changes proposed: Being an Experiment addressed to the Clergy and Laity of the Church of England, also to candid and sober-minded Men of all Denominations. Lond
22 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
nXVIES'S GERNIAN WAX CANDLES, JJ is 4d per lb; Genuine Sperm, 2s Od; Transparent Wax 2s Od; Best Wax, 2s

nXVIES'S GERNIAN WAX CANDLES, JJ is 4d per lb; Genuine Sperm, 2s Od; Transparent Wax 2s Od; Best Wax, 2s

6d; Fine British Wax or Sperm, is 6d; Botanic Wax, Is Id; Patent Wax or Sperm, Is Id per lb ; Composite, 8 d, 10d, Ild, and hid; Dip Candles, 7id; Moulds 9d; Palmer's Metallic, one or two wicks, 9:d; Magnums, 10d, Yellow Soap, 38s, 425, 465, 50s, and Mottled, 50s per 1121bs; Old
22 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. ARNoLD.—On the 19th inst., at North Lodge, Edmonton, thewife of George Arnold, Esq., formerly of the War Department ,

BIRTHS. ARNoLD.—On the 19th inst., at North Lodge, Edmonton, thewife of George Arnold, Esq., formerly of the War Department ,

now of the Indian Council, of a daughter. BLACKETT.—On the 18th inst., at 28, Green-street, Mrs. Blaekett, of a daughter. BROGDEN. —On the 12th inst., at Tondu House, the wife of James' Brogden, Esq., of a son. BURNAND.—On the 18th inst., at 24, Park-walk, Fulham-read, Mrs. F. C
22 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRADLEY RECTORY, MICHELDEVER STATION HANTS. The Rector, Graduate of Cambridge, receives a few Pupils into his family for Professional or

BRADLEY RECTORY, MICHELDEVER STATION HANTS. The Rector, Graduate of Cambridge, receives a few Pupils into his family for Professional or

General Education. Terms:—Under Twelve years, £80; above Twelve years, £l.OO per annum. A Professor of :Modern Languages attends.
09 February 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
, FAMILY ARMS, &c., Emblazoned for Painting _ rai o d n ry. Carriag es or Needlework 6s; Best Style,

, FAMILY ARMS, &c., Emblazoned for Painting _ rai o d n ry. Carriag es or Needlework 6s; Best Style,

12s; and Modern Monograms Designed, ss. Arms Quartered, Imfi?d, and Painted on Vellum, according to the laws of Gothic By T. CULLETON Seal Engraver and Die Li ill icer, 25, Cranbourn Street, corner of St. Martin's Lane, ondon, ~,r •-• '') VV .U.
09 February 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
the BOY.—One Hundred Poor Lads from various parts of the Metropolis may he seen every day Sunday at the BOYS'

the BOY.—One Hundred Poor Lads from various parts of the Metropolis may he seen every day Sunday at the BOYS'

REFUGE, Commercial-street, ;Whitechapel, employed in useful trades, by which they may ,carn to gam an honeskliving. The boys are fed, clothed, and l odged, and every care taken with regard to their religious and mental training. The only qualification for the admission of a boy
17 November 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
QUPERIOR SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, KJ principally of the manufacture of Gillow, Siddons, and other first-class houses.—The Nobility, Clergi, and Gentry are

QUPERIOR SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, KJ principally of the manufacture of Gillow, Siddons, and other first-class houses.—The Nobility, Clergi, and Gentry are

respectfully invited to inspect the immense S _COCK, being the largest in London, of really solid and substantial Furnitute, suitable for the Mansion or Cottage.—PßlEST'S extensive Furniture Warehouse, 1 and 2, Tudor-street, Bridge-street, Blackfriars-bridge, City. Established a
17 November 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
" VrESS. THE LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OF CONSERVATISM. A FIRST-CLASS JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND LITERATURE. ESTABLISHED 1853. Published every Saturday

" VrESS. THE LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OF CONSERVATISM. A FIRST-CLASS JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND LITERATURE. ESTABLISHED 1853. Published every Saturday

at 110, Strand, London. It advocates and maintains Civil and Religious Liberty in c onsonance with the rights of the subject and the safety of &ate ; an d c i rcu l a tes extensively over the kingdom among 'so Nobility, the Gentry, the Clergy, the Members of the Learned Professi
03 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ONTHLY LETTER of the PROTESTANT iIL ALLIANCE for JANUARY, 1861, Contains—Persecutions of Protestants in Spain; the Inquisition and number of

ONTHLY LETTER of the PROTESTANT iIL ALLIANCE for JANUARY, 1861, Contains—Persecutions of Protestants in Spain; the Inquisition and number of

its Victims; Priestly Prevarication; the Emperor on the Pope's Power; Romish Disloyalty in Ireland; Progress of Popery in Great Britain; the Priest and his Will; Dr. Wiseman on the Bible; Suppression of Convents in Perugia. Annual subscription, 2s post free; a single copy id, or
03 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE NUN'S PRAYER at the DEDICATION I. of the BANNER of PULASKI. Vocal Duet. Words by Longfellow; music by Miss

THE NUN'S PRAYER at the DEDICATION I. of the BANNER of PULASKI. Vocal Duet. Words by Longfellow; music by Miss

M. Lindsay (Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss), 3s. "The Burlington Album of Pianoforte, Vocal, and Dance Music," elegantly illustrated in Chromolitho - graphy, and handsomely bound in cloth gilt and gilt edges, 15s. Also, now ready, complete, by W. H. Callcott, "The Holy Family," 12s;
03 January 1861 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England