Cook's Continental Time Table, Steamship and Air Services Guide

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Page 166 - S. MARCO (without crossing a single Bridge), the principal Theatres and Churches. The HOTEL VICTORIA, entirely rebuilt and improved, contains 180 Bedrooms, large and small Apartments, furnished with every modem requisite, beautiful public Sitting Rooms, Smoking and Billiard Rooms, Table-d'Hôte, Baths.
Page 167 - STEERAGE FARE TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, OR BALTIMORE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS LINE. Passages can be engaged and Tickets obtained from any Agent of the White Star Line, or by sending...
Page 11 - The undersigned, John Jones, Clergyman of the Church of England, residing at 8, York Terrace, Carlisle, in the County of Cumberland, hereby certifies that William Brown, whose signature is written at foot, is a British Born Subject, and requires a Passport to enable him to travel on the Continent, accompanied by his wife. "JOHN JONES, MA, Vicar of St. Bede's. " WILLIAM BROWN, 44, Castle Ross, Carlisle. "To HM Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Page 99 - Wurtemberg, which form — but in peacf time only — separate corps under the command of their respective kings. He names and dismisses the officers and functionaries of the empire. His edicts, made in the name of the empire, must be countersigned by the Chancellor, who, as the first minister of the empire, is by his signature responsible for them. The third factor of government is the...
Page 11 - Physician, Surgeon, Solicitor, Banker, or Notary, resident in the United Kingdom. NB — In writing the Forms, all Christian and Surnames must be written in full. The address of the Bearer of the Passport must be stated, and he and every other Gentleman (if several l1e included in one Passport), and every Man-servant must be described as " British Subjects," their names being given in full.
Page 18 - Co. of Glasgow. These vessels are built of steel, under special survey of the Board of Trade and Lloyd's: they are of -great power and speed, and furnished with every accommodation for the comfort of all classes of Passengers. All the Steamers are fitted with deck and private cabins. THE SOUTH OF FRANCE AND ITALY.— Through Transit by this Route to Lyons, Bordeaux, Marseilles, Cannes, Nice, Mentone, Genoa, Turin, Milan, Bologna, Verona, Florence, Venice, Leghorn, Rome, Naples, Brindisi, &c.
Page 18 - Tamise." are built of steel: they are of great power and speed, and furnished with every accommodation for the comfort of all classes of passengers, and are fitted with the Electric Light. Passengers are booked through between LONDON and all the principal Towns in the SOUTH OF FRANCE, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, Ac. Tickets for Circular Tours through FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, GERMANY, Ac., with choice of several routes, are issued by this service.

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