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Page 58 - L. and N.-W. Ry. Co. provide, when previously ordered, Omnibuses capable of carrying six persons inside and two outside, with the usual quantity of luggage, to meet trains at Euston Station. The Omnibuses will also be sent to the hotels or residences of parties leaving London by L. and N.-W. Ry. on application being made to the Station-Master at Euston, stating the train by which it is intended to leave Euston.
Page 58 - DUBLIN, &c. Tourist and Ordinary Tickets are issued between the WEST OF ENGLAND and the NORTH OF ENGLAND and Scotland, in connection with the Express Service of Trains mo the Severn Tunnel ; also from and to South Wales and the North by the same Service via Hereford.
Page 31 - University is a corporate body, described through a succession of ages by the style or title of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Oxford.
Page 104 - BIDEFORD. NEW INN FAMILY HOTEL. THE OLDEST, LARGEST, AND PRINCIPAL HOTEL IN THE TOWN. "pRIVATE SITTING ROOMS, with excellent views. The House is pleasantly situated -^- in the centre of the Town, overlooking the River Torridge, and other Hotels. Has recently undergone extensive additions and improvements.
Page 8 - The principal public buildings are the town-hall, the great church, which is one of the finest specimens of Gothic architecture in the kingdom, with painted glass windows, and the convent church, which belonged to the Dominican convent founded in 1301.
Page 111 - Links (I8 holes), and Station. Very central for the principal Meets of the Staghounds, Foxhounds, and Harriers. Lynton and Dulverton Coaches start from opposite the Hotel. Post Horses and Carriages. Good Stabling. Loose Boxes for Hunters. Motor Accommodation with Inspection Pit. Proprietress E. PERCIFULL. 25000/5/
Page 99 - RESTORER speedily changes Grey or Fading Hair to its former color and beauty, strengthens and promotes growth, allays irritation, a cooling and pleasant wash at all times. Quite harmless to the skin. Bottles, is. and 2s.
Page 49 - The district where these pot-works are proved to have existed extends to a distance of five or six miles in length, and from one to two miles in breadth, and throughout this tract a bed of refuse pottery exists.
Page 44 - England, capital of county of same name, on the left bank of the Wye. The principal streets are broad and straight; houses mostly of brick, and the public buildings of stone. The beautiful cathedral near the Wye was rebuilt, in the reign of William the Conqueror, on the site of an earlier edifice, and restored in 1863 under the direction of Sir GG Scott.