N° 32 409
LONDON, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1888
O n the 8th June, at Holly Bowers, Chislehurst, the
wife of the REV. K. TENNYSON JESSE, Rector
of Kirkley, Lowestoft, of a daughter.
O n the 9th June, at The Cottage, Longdon, Ruge-
ley, the wife of MAJOR JOSEPH HUGHES
KERSHAW, of a son.
O n the 7th June, at Marylebone Church, ERNEST
R., son of DR. JOACHIM RITTENHOUSE, of
Sidmouth Street, to BEATRICE BELLE, daughter of
J.T. CARODUS, Esq., of Hampstead.
O n the 9th June, at Camberwell, by license,
FLORENCE KATHLEEN, daughter of T.W.
SMITH OAKES, Esq., The Gardens, East Dulwich,
to PERCY R. MORFORD, East Dulwich. Indian
papers please copy.
O n the 7th April, at 5, Fern Grove, Sefton Park,
Liverpool, GEORGE PIPPET, in his 79th year.
O n the 9th April, at Thorn Croft, Chiswick,
MATILDA LETITIA, eldest daughter of the late
ALFRED RAWLINSON, deeply regretted.
REQUIRES SITUATION in good family
or school. Thorough French, German and Italian.
Excellent references.— S. G., Q642, Address and
Inquiry Office, The Times Office, EC.
B OY’S MAID and UNDER HOUSE-MAID
WANTED, for preparatory school.— The Phil-
REQUIRED. Must have a good personal cha-
racter. Good wages given. Age not under 26. Apply,
personally, between 4 and 5, at 41, Eaton Place, Bel-
grave Square, SW.
A GENTLEMAN WANTS LESSONS
FRENCH about four times a week. Apply by
letter, to N., Q661. Address and Inquiry Office, The
Times Office, EC.
T ELEGRAM from PARIS NOT UNDERSTOOD.
Only restoration of book required.— Sycamore.
H AROLD.— Same time next week.
STREET.— SIR SIDNEY SLOANE desires
to tender his warmest THANKS to the gentlemen
who so courageously stopped Lady Sloane’s horses
in Curzon Street on Saturday afternoon, and would
be greatly obliged if they would let him know their
names.— No. 56, Halkin Street. SW.
T HE INDIGENT BLIND VISITING SOCIETY
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