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Title: Post Office Edinburgh and Leith directory
Year: 1846 (1840s)
Authors: Edinburgh & Leith Post Office Directory Limited
Publisher: Edinburgh : Postmaster General
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
Digitizing Sponsor: National Library of Scotland
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ce and Knowledge of the Trade, enableA. O. to offer his Patrons Special Advantages in First-class Work, at Chargesdefying Competition Carpets and Washings sent for on receipt of post card. Distance no objection. SOMETHING NEW. KEEPING PACE WITH THE TIMES.SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OFFERED. Nettoyage a Sec. PARISIAN DRY CLEANING. Invaluable for Gentlemens andYouths Suits and Overcoats,Ladies Dresses, &c. No Shrinking, No Unmaking, No Alteration of Colour or Fit. ORRS SXEK7VW-KUINDRV. Washing by the most Approved Methods. No Cliemicals whatever used. Linenmade vrhite as snovy. Improved System of Dressing Shirts. Collars and Cuffsexquisitely Polished and Finished. Lace Curtains Cleaned in Beautiful Style. Uxtremecare taken of Woollen Underclothing. Blankets a Specialty. Excellent Work.Moderate Charges. Family Vashings charged Low Price per loo Articles. DecidedAdvantages offered. Hotels, Schools, &c.. Contracted for at Low Rates. G. Lewis & Sous Inset, page ; ^S3 FINE ,TJ,, PRIMTINC
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♦ ♦ SOME PRESS OPINIONS ♦ ♦ Of the Typography of Craigmillar and its Environs.By Tom Speedy. 276 pp., Fcap 4to. Over SeventyFine Illustrations. Price 6/6. Printed and Published byGeorge Levvis & Son, Selkirk. In all respects, indeed, the work is a notable addition to a fascinating and fertile field of literature No better printed book has been issued from the press for many aday than this one from Selkirk, which would thus seem to befairly on its way to becoming as famous for its typography asit has long been for its souters. —Scotsman. An exceptionally beautiful volume in several respedts : theprinting is perfedtion, the engravings are good, the history iscurious, and the chapters on the fauna, flora, and geology ofthe distri6l, with which Queen Mary of Scotlands name is in-separably connetfled, are of enduring value,—Liverpool Mercury. Refledts great credit on Messrs Lewis,—Edinhirgh Evening Neivs. The publishers have done full justice to the volume, which ishandso
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