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Clerical Agency Offices,
84, WELLS STREET, next 64, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W.
MR. FLOOD invites the attention of gentlemen to his Offices as above. No charge
for effecting exchanges, &c., unless satisfactorily arranged.
All communications are confidential.
WHEATSTONE'S HARMONIUMS ( NGLISH)
IN SOLID OAK CASES,
Manufactured by them expressly for churches, chapels, schools, &c., have the ull compass of keys, are of the best quality of tone, best workmanship and material, and do not require tuning.
Guineas. NEW PATENT, FIVE OCTAVES, FROM CC, DOUBLE PEDALS
6 WITH ONE STOP, OAK CASE
10 WITH TWO STOPS, ONE AND A HALF SET OF VIBRATORS
12 WITH THREE STOPS, EFFECTIVE FORTE STOPS
12 WITH THREE STOPS, LARGE SIZE ORGAN TONES, DITTO
15 WITH FIVE STOPS, TWO SETS OF VIBRATORS, DITTO ..
22 WITH EIGHT STOPS, TWO SETS OF VIBRATORS, DITTO..
24 WITH TEN STOPS, THREE SETS OF VIBRATORS, DITTO..
(The best and most effective instruments made.)
Prize Medallist, 1851. An extensive assortment of French Harmoniums by Alexandre, with all the latest improvements.
WHEATSTONE and Co., 20, CONDUIT STREET, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W.
2 and 3, BARBICAN.
THE Largest and Cheapest Practical Wholesale and Retail Maker in the
Kingdom of Bows, Arrows, Targets and Accoutrements. The only house in England where every article for archery is made on the premises, and at nearly one-third the prices of many West-end houses, who profess but do not make the articles.
J. F. is the largest importer of Foreign Yew Tree, German Strings, &c. 5000 best Bows and 200 dozen of choice Arrows always ready, with a large stock of accoutrements, &c.
Every other game for out-door amusement at two-thirds of the usual price.
KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.
FFECTIONS OF THE LUNGS are the prevailing Diseases of the English climates would at once be relieved, and by perseverance, entirely cured, by adopting “KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES,” which are perfectly free from all deleterious ingredients, and during the fifty years of their uninterrupted celebrity, have never been known to fail.
Prepared and Sold in Boxes, 1s. 11d., and Tins, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 10s. 6d. each, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, &c., 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Retail by all Druggists, &c.
KEATING'S COD LIVER OIL. JUST IMPORTED. The Pale from Newfoundland, and the Light Brown from Norway.
The supplies of the present season have never been surpassed, the fish being unusually fine and thefoil nearly tasteless. Professors Taylor and Thompson, of Guy's and St. Thomas's Hospitals, have analysed and pronounced the Pale Newfoundland Oil the best and most desirable for invalids of very delicate constitution. The Light Brown being more economical in price; is brought within the reach of all classes. No higher price need be paid than the following:-Light Brown, Is. 8d. per pint, or 3s. per quart. Pale ls. 6d. half-pints, 28. 6d. pints, 4s. Gd. quarts, or in five-pint bottles, 10s. 6d., imperial measure, at 79, St. Paul's Churchyard.
NAMES, ADDRESSES, AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF CLERGYMEN
THE CLERICAL DIRECTORY FOR 1860,
CLERGYMEN WHO HAVE BEEN SINCE ORDAINED.
10, WELLINGTON-STREET, STRAND, W.C:
IE CLERICAL DIRECTORY APPENDIX FOR 1861 has been prepared
in deference to the wishes of many of the Subscribers of the work, who have urged its publication on the ground of economy, and as being likely to increase the sphere of usefulness of the Directory. It was originally the intention of the Conductors of the work to bring out a full and complete edition every year. This announcement was made in the preface of last year's issue ; and, in fulfilment of it, the necessary preparations were entered into to publish the work at the appointed time. However, before proceeding far in the task, numerous letters were received from Subscribers and well-wishers of the CLERICAL DIRECTORY, advocating a biennial instead of annual issue of the complete work. contended that a supplement of new names and list of deceased clergymen would be quite sufficient to keep up the general correctness of the book in the interval of the two years, and that the reduced price of the publication in this form would enable many members of the Church, otherwise not inclined to purchase the work, to become regular Subscribers.
It is in order to give this very reasonable proposition à fair trial that the Conductors of the CLERICAL DIRECTORY have ventured on the publication of the present APPENDIX. It is an attempt to meet the wishes of the majority of the Subscribers of the work, and nothing more. The Conductors of the CLERICAL DIRECTORY are as desirous as ever to publish the work annually, but will let the result decide whether this form of publication, or the biennial mode of issue, with alternate Supplements, will be generally preferred.