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THE BEDFORD HOTEL, BRIGHTON,

is advantageously placed on the West Cliff, centrally with regard to objects interesting to Visitors, yet removed from the bustle of the town.

Mr. Joseph Ellis has for some years devoted his attention to the regulation of this Hotel. By considerable outlay and careful organization, he has sought to make it equal to the requirements of the present time. The Coffee-room is spacious and apart. Sea-water service fresh with the tide.

A GENTLE COURSE OP PARR'S LIFE PILLS will keep people in good health,and make them cheerful and hearty. They are unrivalled for the cure of sick headache, indigestion, loss of appetite, impurities of the blood, disorders of the stomach, liver, or general derangement of the system.

PAMt's TILLS ARE THUS DESCRIBED BY AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN, WHO 8AYS: • After particular observation of the action of Parr's Pills. I am determined in my opinion that the following are their characteristic properties:—First: They Increase the strength, whiut many other medicines have a weakening effect upon the system. Let any one take two or three pills occasionally. and, instead of having weakened, they will be found to have revived the animal spirits, and to have imparted a lasting strength to the body. Secondly: In their operation they go direct to the disease, and. from their peculiar searching and beneficent qualities, they clear from the system all hurtful impurities. Thirdly: Tbey are found, after giving them a fair trial for a few weeks, to possess the most astonishing and Invigorating properties, and they will overcome all obstinate complainta and restore sound health; there Is a return of good appetite shortly from the beginning of their use, whilst their mildness as a purgative is a desideratum greatly required by the weak and delicate.'

PARR'S LIFE PILLS may be obtained of any Medicine Vendor, in boies, 1*. Ijd., 2s. 9rf., and in Family Packet", lit. each. Directions with each box.

COOL AND BEFBESHDIG TOILETTE

REQUISITE.

OLDRIDGE'S BALM OF
COLUMBIA is the most certain Re-
medy for Restoring and Strengthening the
Hair. By it Whiskers and Moustaches are
produced and beautified. Ladies will find it
especially valuable, as the most delicate head-
dress or bonnet can be worn without fear of
soiling. Price 3s. Gd., 6s., and lis.

C. and A. Oldridoe, 22, Wellington Street,
Strand.

NOTICE.—SMITH, BECK, and BECK, Manufacturers of Microscopes, Telescopes, Stereoscopes, and other Optical and Scientific Instruments, have REMOVED from ft, Coleman Street, to 31, Cornhill, E.C. Our customers will find these new premises very superior in size, convenience, and position to those we hare just left.

SMITH, BECK, and BECK.

E. LAZENBY & SON,

Foreign Warehousemen & Family Grocers.

«, KDWARDS STREET. PORTMAN SQUARE, LOSDON, W.

"FRUITS FOR DESSERT.

JL Muscatel Kalsins, Jordan Almonds, Figs,
French Plums, Bonbons, Crystallized and Glad
Apricots, Greengages, ,tc.

ARTICLES FOR BREAKFAST 8c LUNCHEON.

Stra&btirg ant! Yorkshire Pies,

Russian Caviare, York and Westphalia Hams.

Pickled and Smoked Tongues,

Smoked Salmon, Sardines, Anchovies, 4c.

COMESTIBLES.
French Truffles, Conserve of Tomatos, Olives,

Capers, Salad Oil, Sec.
Sauces and Pickles prepared under Personal

Superintendence.

Teas, Coffees, Spices, French Colza Oil, Soaps,

Candles, and all Household Goods.

Priced Catalogues, I'ost Free.

N .R—Sole Proprietors of the RECEIPT for

HAKVKY3 SAUCE.

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CHUBB and SON.—'For perfection of workmanship and construction of Locks, also for the manufacture of Iron Safes.'

Prize Medal awarded, International Exhibition, 1862.

fHUBB'S PATEM

V DETECTOR LOCKS, the most Bpoi re from picklocks and false keys, arc strong, simple, and durable, and made of all ■iees and for every purpose to which a lock can be applied.

Cash, Deed, and Paper Boxes of all sizes, Travelling Bags, Letter Bags, Writing Boxes, and Desks, al 1 with the Detector

Lt)CK£.

It will be observed that no Locks or Safes of inferior quality are made by Chubb And Sox. The whole of their Locks and Safes sold to the public at large are exactly the same in security and excellence of workmanship as those supplied to her Majesty, the Government Offices, the Bank of England, Stock Exchange, and other Public Establishments.

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Illustrated Price List Gratis and /'orf Frre.

riU'BB'S PATE\T

V FIREPROOF SAFES afford the pWM security from fire or burglars. They are constructed in the best manner of strong wrought Iron, and lined with the best known fireresisting and non-conducting composition.

The doors are all secured by Chcbk'8 Pjltett Dkill- Preventive, and their Patent

GUNPOWDER-PROOF
LOCKS.

CHUBB and SON,

No. 6T, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD. LONDON';

28, I.<>i:ii Street, Liverpool;

16, Market Street, Manchester;

and Horselkt Fields, Wolverhampton.

DINNEFORD'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA

HAS been, during twentj'-five years, emphatically sanctioned by the Medical Profession, and universally accepted by the Public, as the Best Kemedy for Acidity of the Stomach, Heartburn, Headache, Gout, and Indigestion, and as a Mild Aperient for delicate constitutions, more especially for Ladies and Children. When combined with the Acidulated Lemon Syrup, it forms an agreeable Effervadng Draught, in which its Aperient qualities arc much increased. During Hot Seasons and in Hot Climates the regular use of this simple and elegant remedy has been found highly beneficial. It is prepared (in a slate of perfect purity and of uniform strength) by DINNEFORD & Co., 172, New Bond Street, London; and sold by all respectable Chemists throughout the World.

ALLNUTT'S FRUIT LOZENGES,

For Coughs, Colds, Sore Tliroais, Hoarseness, i-a., prepared solely from

THE BLACK CURRANT.

These IxMenges, In which the acidity of the Black Currant is concentrated In the highest degree, afford great relief to Aged and Consumptive persons, particularly at night Public Speakers and Singers also find them very beneficial. A few, dissolved in water, make a pleasant Cooling Drink in scarlet and •ther fevers.

As attempts to pass off other black currant lozenges as equally efficacious are numerous, be careful t» ask for 'ALLNUTT'S FRUIT L0ZENOES.' prepared only by the lToprietor, FREDERICK ALLN U IT Gate Allndtt & Sox, Members of the Society of Apothecaries, London), 12 and 13, Chapel Row, Portsea.

Sold only in Boxes at It. lid. each, and in larger Boxes (one containing three) at 2*. Bd. each. by one or more Patent Medicine Vendors in each town in the United Kingdom. Where also may be bad, prepared by the above,

AROMATIC FUMIGATING OR PASTILE PAPER.

This article, from the certainty of its smouldering and its great fragrance, is found invaluable in Lbt sick room, or on a sea voyage, in removing the closeness of the room or cabin, and in overcoming any unpleasant effluvia, from whatever cause arising. A small piece allowed to smoulder in the dining-room towards the close of the meal renders the apartment more agreeable.

Sold In Packets, 6d. each. A packet forwarded free by post on receipt of six stamps.

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The Anti-Corrosion Paint is extensively used at home and abroad for all kinds of

OUT-DOOR WORK,

and has been proved, after a practical test of seventy years, to surpass any other Paint. It is applicable to Wooden, Farm and other Out-Buildings, Park Fencing, Agricultural Implements, Gates, &c.; also, Iron Roofing, Bridges, Hurdling, and every description of Ironwork, 'while for

PUBLIC EDIFICES, MANSIONS, VILLA RESIDENCES,

and every kind of Brick, Stone, Compo, &c, it is unrivalled, presenting the appearance of fine cut stone, and will positively become harder than the same a few months after it is laid on. It is the only Paint that will stand on

CONSERVATORIES, GREENHOUSES, FRAMES, &c.;

and is in consequence largely used by the Nobility and Gentry, also many eminent Horticulturists, for such purposes. It is economical in application, as

ANY PERSON CAN LAY IT ON;

is a powder, requiring neither grinding nor tinting, and will keep any length of time.

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CARRIAGE paid upon quantities of NOT LESS THAN 5 CWT. to any Station in England And Wales; or by Water to any Port in the United Kingdom where there is direct communication from London.

Pattern Cards on application.

OIL, TURPENTINE, AND BRUSHES.

The Original Anti-Corrosion Paint is only to be obtained of

WALTER CARSON & SONS,

{Successors to the Inventors,)

9, GREAT WINCHESTER STREET, OLD BROAD STREET,

LONDON, E.C.

No Agents throughout the United Kingdom.

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THE PERFECT SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER.

The REAL NICKEL SILVER, introduced more than Twenty-fin years ago by WILLIAM S. BURTON, when plated by the patent process of Messrs. KIklngton and Co.. is beyond aU comparison the very best article, neat to sterling silver, that can be employed as such, either usefully or ornamentally, as by no possible test can it be distinguished from real silver.

A small useful set, guaranteed of first quality for finish and durability, as follows :—

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Any article to be had singly at the same prices. An oak chest to contain the above, and a relative number of Knives, &c £2 15*. Tea and Coffee Set*. Dish Covers, and Corner Dishes, Cruet and Liqnctir Frames, fcc, at proportionate prices. Ail kinds of Re-plating done by the patent process.

CUTLERY, WARRANTED.

The most varied assortment of TABLE CUTLERY In the world, all warranted, is on sale at WILLIAM S. BURTON'S, at prices that are remunerative only because of the largeness of the sales.

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The largest stock in existence of plated Dessert Knives and Forks, in cases and otherwise, and of the new plated Fish Carvers.

WILLIAM S. BURTON,

General Furnishing Ironmonger by Appointment to H.E.H. the Prince of Wa'.es,

SENI'S A CATALOGUE GRATIS AND POST-PAID. It contains upwards of 500 Illustrations of his illimltcd stock of sterling silver and electro-pbve. nickel silver, ami Briionnia metal goods, dish covers, hot-water dishes, stoves, fenders, marble chimneypieces, kitchen ranges, lumps, gaseliers, tea trays, urns, and kettles, clocks, table cutlery, baths, toil-1 wire, turnery, iron and brass bedsteads, bedding, bed-room cabinet iumlture, &c, with lists of prices, and plans of the"

TWENTY LARGE SHOW-ROOMS,

At 39, Oxford Street, "W.; 1, la, 2, 3, and 4, Newman Street; ft, 5, and 6,

Perry's Place; and 1, Newman Mews, London.

LITEEAEY ADYEETISEB.

LONDON, OCTOBER, 1863.

MUDIE'S SELECT LIBRARY.

THE NEW SEASON.

NOTICE.

/I E. MUDIE begs respectfully to inform the Subscribers to his Library

and the Public generally, that with a view to furnish the largest possible

supply of the best forthcoming Books, he has resolvid that the additions to the

Collection during the ensuing Season shall again Exceed In Value The Whole

AMOUNT OF THE CUBRENT SUBSCRIPTIONS.

On this principle, it is evidmt that all Subscribers and Book Societies in connexion with the Library must necessarily receive an adequate return for their outlay.

The Collection of Standard Works, to which all Subscribers have ready access, and which is now by many Thousand Volumes the largest in the world, tcill also be still further augmented by the addition of 'Copies of the New Editions of Works of the best Authors as they appear.

Book Societies, in direct communication with the Library, are note established in nearly every Town and Village of the Kingdom. Two or three friends may, by uniting in one subscription, originate similar Societies in neighbourhoods where they do not at present exist, and obtain a constant succetsion oftlie lest new books as they appear, on moderate terms.

The Great Hall of the Library, where the Boih most in request are arranged for distribution, is open daily to the inspection cf Subsoil ers and their friends, who are thus enabled to form for themselves an ajproximate estimate of the extent and character of the entire Collection.

Revised Lists of the Principal "Works now in Circulation, a Preliminary List of Forthcoming Books, and Catalogues of Surplus Copies withdrawn for Sale, are now ready, and will be forwarded postage free on application.

New Oxfobd Stbeet, London,
October 12th, 1863.

Q. Rev.— No. 228. u

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