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CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
JIW 1 L L 1 R, 1 T C., 95, SOUTHGATE STREET, GLOUCESTER,
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.
Chronometer, Duplex, Leber, & Repeater W atches,
REPAIRED ON THE MOST MODERATE TERMS. OPTICAL AND NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS MADE AND REPAIRED.
CH ARTS, & C., A Stock of New and Second-Hand Gold and Silver Watches,
Spectacles to suit all Sights, Jewellery, Clocks, Alarums, &c. in variety.
ESTABLISHED 18 35.
GLOUCESTER BREAD & FLOUR COMPANY,
165, HIGH STREBI, CHELTBYHAM.
FAMILIES REGULARLY SUPPLIED WITH BREAD AND
FLOUR OF THE BEST AND PUREST QUALITY.
NOTICE: - Engraving Office, Clarence St.
J. B KA OLEV
(LATE AT PERCIVAL'S,) ENGRAVER AND PRINTER,
3, CLARENCE ST., CHELTENHAM.
J. B. respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that he intends carrying on the above business as usual.
Leaves the NEW INN, LEDBURY, every morning (Sundays excepted) at eight o'clock, arriving in Gloucester at a quarter before eleven, in time for Trains to London, Bristol, Bath, Birmingham, and all parts of the North. Returning to LEDBURY from the RAILWAY STATION, SARACEN'S HEAD, and HEATH'S OFFICE, at half past three p.m., after the arrival of the Day Mail Trains from London, Birmingham and Bristol, arriving at Ledbury at six o'clock.
T. TIPTON, CONTRACTOR.
WINDOW GLASS WAREHOUSE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. HILL, No. 98, Westgate Street, Gloucester. N.B.-The TRADE SUPPLIED with GLASS, by the Crate or Foot.
Country Orders executed to any extent, with dispatch.
VINAIGRE DE BORDEAUX,
NOW ON SALE, ex “GEM,"
120 Quarter-Casks of FRENCH WHITE-WINE VINEGAR,
OF PUREST AND FINEST QUALITY.
In selecting the above, the Importers have availed themselves of the two-fold advantage of many years' experience in the manufacture at home, and a lengthened connexion with the first houses in the vine. growing districts abroad.
For Pickling, and every domestic use, this Vinegar, the genuine Juice of the Grape, is strongly recommended, as superior to all other.
The Public may obtain it, at a moderate price, of the Chemists, Grocers, and Wine Merchants, whose names may be learned by applying to W. & S. KENT & SONS,
UPTON-UPON-SEVERN. August, 1846.
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN WINES & SPIRITS,
48, ST. GEORGE'S PLACE, CHELTENHAM. LIQUHUKS, ALE, PORTIR, BIG.
SAVORY AND MOORE,
CHEMISTS, 399, HIGH STREET, CORNER OF CAMBRAY, Ꮯ Ꮋ Ꭼ Ꮮ T E N Ꮋ Ꭺ Ꮇ . Gloucestershire Tailoring, Woollen Drapery,
And Outfitting Establishments, 12, COLONNADE, 153, HIGH SIREBI,
CH ELT EN H A M. PINDBR AND CO.,
PROPRIETORS. These Establishments offer peculiar advantages to the Public. The Stock of Woollen Cloths is the largest in the County-first-rate talent is employed in the cut and manufacture of garments—and full 40 per cent. saved to purchasers in the cost of articles. A LA BGB STOCK OI ILAIS & CAPS.
C. SHRIMP TON,
(LATE E. G. WELLS, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHIMIST, And Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,
(From TERRY AND Dutton's, Bath,) 337, HIGH STREET, CHELTENHAM,
MR. J. L. GOODWIN,
(Organist of St. Mary De Lode, Gloucester,) 88, Southgate St., Gloucester, & 336, High St., Cheltenham, TEACHER OF THE ORGAN, VIOLIN, PIANOFORTE, & THE THEORY OF MUSIC,
ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS,
For a Quarter .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 12
6, PITIVILLE SEREBI, GHELTBYHAM,
10, CLARENCE STREET. Engraving of every description executed in the First Style of the Art.
Coal Merehant, (LATE SECRETARY AND AGENT TO THE PROTECTOR COAL COMPANY,)
PROTECTOR WHARF, GLOUCESTER ROAD, OFFICE—5, COLONNADE, HIGH STREET, CHELTENHAM, Begs respectfully to return his sincere thanks for the very liberal support he has received since commencing for himself, and trusts by adhering to the warrantable system of business pursued by the late Coal Company, to secure for himself a continuance of that patronage which has been so liberally extended towards him.
WALTER WARCHANT BOOKBINDER AND STATIONER,
11, WITCOMBE PLACE, BACK OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CHELTENHAM, Embraces the present opportunity of expressing his grateful acknowledg. ments to the public for the patronage he has received since his com. mencing in the above line, and respectfully solicits a continuance of those favors from that part of a discerning Public, who duly appreciate the merit of good workmanship and materials. W. M. having devoted Thirty-five Years to the practical department of the business, possesses that confidence which experience alone can impart.
W. M. will personally wait on Gentlemen with specimens, if requested.
MRS. DA VXS,
(Successor to the late MRS. FISHER,) NURSE, LE E CHER, & C.,
(OF SIXTEEN YEARS' PRACTICE,) 18, GLOUCESTER PLACE, CHELTENHAM.
Patients attended at her own Residence, or any part of the Country.
ST. JAMES SQUARE.
CHARLES HALE JESSOP Continues to supply every requisite for the use and ornament of Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Hot-houses, Green-houses, Conservatories, &c.; also competent persons for their management.
Every desirable novelty in Horticulture added to the Collection as it is imported or raised.
The extensive Promenades of the above establishment, with its Bo. tanical and Ornithological Specimens, are gratuitously open to Visitors, from sunrise to sunset.
VO KUOKK, MEDICAL GALVANIST, MONTPELLIER BATHS,
CHELTENHAM, Applies Galvanism, Frictional and Magneto Electricity, and Electro
Magnetism, in all their various forms. PORTABLE ELECTRIC GALVANIC MACHINES, So constructed as to admit of every degree of power, and giving the direct current, fitted-up with Battery and Directors complete, in Mahogany Case, price £2. 15s.
WILLIAM SMITH, SUDELEY VILLA, OXFORD PASSAGE,
CHELTEN NAM Lead, Glass, Oil, and Colour Merchant.
PLUMBER, GLAZIER, & PAINTIR.
N.B.- The Trade supplied with every article requisite, consisting of Water Closets, Lift Pumps, Beer Engines, Garden Engines, &c., and every description of Plumbing and Brazing Tools, Zinc Heads, Gutter. ing, Piping, &c. &c.-Country Orders promptly attended to.