N° 33 228
LONDON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891
O n the 20th inst., at Wandle Cottage, Wandsworth,
the wife of GEORGE A. PIMM, of a daughter.
O n the 21st inst., at Heath House, Heath, Leighton
Buzzard, the wife of SAMUEL ALFRED
THOROGOOD, of a son.
O n the 19th Jan., at Hongkong, GEORGE
MURRAY CAMPBELL, of Formosa, to ELIZA
(LILLY), daughter of the late WILLIAM HAYNES, of
North-end, Hampstead. (By telegram).
O n the 20th inst., at St. Peter’s, Cranley-gardens, by
the Right Rev. Bishop Perry, Canon of Llandaff,
assisted by the Rev. John F. Downes, CARROL
WHEELER, son of the late RICHARD ANSDELL,
R.A., to ADA, youngest daughter of the late Hon. J.G.
Francis, of Melbourne, Victoria.
O n Tuesday, the 20th inst., at Nothway Torquay,
HAMILTON, C.B., in his 78th year.
O n the 21st Jan., at 50, Ossulston Street W.C., of
congestion of the lungs, after a few days’ illness,
ELIZA THEOPHILIA, the beloved wife of EZRA
WALPOLE NANCE, in the 69th year of her age.
CAUTIONS & NOTICES
C AUTION. — COOK’S REFINED BLACK
LEAD. — Used without waste or dust. Sold
everywhere. Ask for Cook’s Black Lead, and see that
you have it. Caution — There are several spurious and
worthless imitations. — T.F. COOK, the largest Black
Lead Manufacturer in the world. — 4, Sidmouth
Street, Regent Square.
N OTICE. — The BUSINESS of J. SMALL, of
Oakley Street, is NOT, and has not at any time
been FOR DISPOSAL as reported, the proprietor
having no intention of relinquishing it. J. Small, 32
Oakley Street, SE.
B EWARE of Imitations to the True Facsimile
Renderings of Egyptian Artefacts. Anubis &
S ER. — Very sorry not better news. RETURN 23rd
instant. Kindest wishes.— R.O.
S CHNEPPENTHAL. — Do let us know where
you are, and relieve your wife’s anxiety. All is well.
RETIRE to the MANOR HOUSE.
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