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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LONDON, BIRMINGHAM,
MANCHESTER, SHOPPIILO WARBHOGSX,
No. 100, WESTGATE STREET, GLOUCESTER, Importer of Every description of Foreign Merchandise.
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF IRONMONGERY,
Cutlery, Grates, Fenders and Fire-Xrons, COPPER, FIN, & JAPANNED WARES,
LOOKING GLASSES, GLASS GOODS, CHINA ORNAMENTS,
&c. &C. Tea and Coffee Pots, Cruet Stands, Spoons, &c.,
IN THE IMPROVED ALBATA PLATE. METAL AND SHEFFIELD PLATE. AMERICAN, DUTCH, & ENGLISH CLOCKS.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HABERDASHERY & STATIONERY.
Who has had the honor to execute a Bust of His late Majesty George the Fourth, as well as an Equestrian Statue of the late Duke of York, and Likenesses of other Illustrious Characters in the Kingdom; requests the (favour of a visit from the Ladies and Gentlemen of Cheltenham and Gloucester, and its vicinity, at his residence,
26, AMBROSE STREET, AND 18, SHERBORNE PLACE,
CHELTENHAM, To whom he will have the pleasure of exhibiting such specimens of his alent, as he trusts will afford the most satisfactory assurances of his ability. MR. PAPERA, from an extensive knowledge of the Anatomy of
Animals, as well as Man, is competent to give CLASSICAL ILLUSTRATION & PHRENOLOGICAL ACCURACY OF CHARACTER In that striking manner, which has attracted the notice of many of the scientific men of the present age. The testimony of Sir Francis Chantrey, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Sir Walter Scott, Sir Richard Westmacott, and other Royal Academicians, will bear him out in this assertion. His works have long been before the public, whose constant approval has been the cherished reward of his efforts.
MR. PAPERA also executes every description of Ornamental Work in
SCULPTURE AND TERRA-COTTA, MONUMENTS, VASES,
And other productions of Art, in the best and most approved manner,
and his charge will also be found reasonable. Busts, in a superior style of Art, Five Guineas Each. 28, WESTGATE STREET, 8, UPPER COLLEGE COURT, GLOUCESTER.
C. HOMAS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, 蟲器 忍忍忍關显,
Respectfully announces, that he has constantly ready for sale or hire, a great variety of Instruments, from the most eminent makers. The new department consists of elegantly and plainly made Pianofortes, in rose. wood, zebra-wood, and mahogany, with and without carvings and trusses. The second-hand stock comprises Instruments purchased, taken in exchange, or hired out for short periods; and all of which are offered on the most advantageous terms. A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHEET MUSIC.
VIOLINS, FLUTES, CLARIONETS, GUITARS, BRASS INSTRUMENTS, &c.
ALWAYS ON HAND. All kinds of Repairs and Alterations Done, and Instruments
Tuned, on the Shortest Notice. ACCOUNT BOOKS MADE & RULED
TO ANY PATTERN. WRITING PAPERS AND STATIONERY,
SELECTED FROM THE FIRST HOUSES. MUSIC CAREFULLY ARRANGED FOR BINDING.
Books Plainly or Elegantly Bound,
AT MODERATE CHARGES. Orders by Post Promptly Attended to.
JOHN BALBIRNIE, M.A., M.D., SHERBORNE VILLA
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G. H. EDWARDS, BISCUIT BAKER & CONFECTIONER, 29, LITTLEWORTH,
Licensed Patentee for Gloucester.
OPINION OF “THE LANCET." The leading Medical Periodical of the day, The Lancet, of June 6th, 1846, speaks thus decisively of the Patent Flour :
“ We agree with Mr. Herapath, in considering that Jones's Patent Flour is one of the most valuable inventions of the age; that is, if we are to estimate its worth by the influence it is likely to exercise on the health and daily comfort of immense masses of persons. Provided with the Patent Flour and water, and the means of making a fire, new and beautiful bread may, within two hours, be in the hands of the sailor on the ocean, or the traveller on the mountain or in the wilderness. The general introduction of Jones's Patent Flour into use must lead to a complete revo lotion in the present system of baking Bread and Biscuits. We repeat that, judging of the utility of Mr. Jones's invention by the numbers whom it is calculated to gratify and benefit, its value could hardly be over-estimated.
G. H. EDWARDS feels great pleasure in announcing to the Merchants, Cap tains, and Inhabitants generally of Gloucester, that he can supply them witb " JONES'S PATENT FLOUR in any quantities; having secured the LICENSB POR ITS MANUFACTURE for this City and Neighbourhood.
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For SEA STORES its value is at once apparent; and whilst by its use the Cabta can at all times command the luxury of New Bread, experience has proved that the PATENT FLOUR is a great addition to the comforts of the Seamen, by the inexpen, sive but very superior Pudding, or “Duff,” which it furnishes to them.
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Prospectuses with Testimonials may be had on application.