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PERFUMERS TO HER MAJESTY, AND THE
No. 158, NEW BOND STREET,
Opposite Stevens' Hotel.
The great superiority of J. DELCROIX and Co.'s Perfumery has been so incontrovertibly established by the istinguished Patronage of her Majesty the Queen, the Queen Dowager, the various Members of the Royal Family, and by the Nobility, and Gentry, as tu reuder it superfluous for them to particularize their far celebrated, and highly admired articles.
J. DELCROIX and Co. beg, however, most respectfully to announce to the Nobility and Gentry that they have just prepared three novel, and exquisitely delicate Perfumes, under the appellations of the
BOUQUET DES NOCES ROYALES, AND BOUQUET DU
In Commemoration of the auspicious nuptials of her Most Gracious Majesty.
LE BOUQUET DU DUC DE WELLINGTON,
Which J. D. & Co. flatter themselves will
O P ER Å M A N T L ES.
MESSRS. J. & J. HOLMES Invite an inspection of these luxuriant Envelopes, which are acknowledged to be worthy the attention of the most élite of fashion. Also to an immense variety of Cashmere and other Mantles for the Promenade, many of which are at very moderate prices. Their extensive assortment of Shawls comprises every variety of manufacture.
Foreign and British Shawl tmarehouse,
171, 173, and 175, REGENT STREET. P.S.--Messrs. Holmes are purchasers of India Shawls, Albanian and Delhi Scarfs,
SUCCESSOR TO S. HOPTON,
STRAW & LEGHORN HAT MANUFACTURER,
BY APPOINTMENT TO THE QUEEN, THE PRINCESSES, AND THE
336, OXFORD STREET,
Corner of Argyll Street.
Ladies going abroad may depend upon having their orders faithfully executed upon the shortest notice.
MILLINERS SUPPLIED UPON LIBERAL TERMS.
NEW WEST-END GENERAL
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EDWARD SMALLWOOD, LIBRARIAN.
MEMBERS PAYING TEN CUINEAS PER ANNUM. are entitled to 20 Volumes at a time in the Country, or to 10 in Town, of any of the New and Popular Works of the Season, (but not to Works expensively illustrated), to be exchanged as often as required.
Each Member, or Family, will also be allowed to claim, at the end of each yearly Subscription, the whole amount of such Suscription in any of the New and Popular Publications of the twelve months preceding the day of Subscription, or a supply of 24 vols. in the Country, in lieu of returns, and 12 in Town, may be had at the option of Subscribers.
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FIRST CLASS SUBSCRIBERS PAYING SEVEN GUINEAS PER ANNUM, are entitled to 12 Volumes at a time in the Country, or to 6 in Town, of any of the New and Popular Works of the Season, subject to the same rule respecting illustrated Works as above stated, and are allowed to claim, at the end of each yearly Subscription, half the amount in any of the New and Popular Publications of the preceding year from the Duplicates of the Library, or may have 16 vols. in the Country, and 8 in Town, in lieu of returns, or as above, to half the amount of their clain from any of the books in the Library. N.B. Subscribers claiming returns, are not entitled to the perusal of any Magazine or Review till the successive number is published.
SECOND CLASS SUBSCRIBERS PAYING FIVE CUINEAS PER ANNUM, are entitled to 12 Volumes at a time in the Country, and to 6 in Town, but not to the privilege of the First Class, of ordering Books of general interest that are not within the collection of the Library. SUBSCRIBERS MAKING THEIR EXCHANGES ARE RESPECTFULLY REQUIRED TO
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INSTITUTIONS, CLUBS, AND LIBRARIES,
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