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mens of Ancient and Modern Bindings, Book of Prints in the timest all kinds of Animalculæ in Water, Circulation of the Blood. &c. &c.,

state, Early Typography, serv ce Books, recherché Copi g of the best Adulteration of Food, Milk, &c., and is just the Microscope that every

Works in English and French Literature in fine old Morocco, including Suryeon, Dentist, Schoolmaster, Student, and Working Man should

exquisitely beautiful Examples of the Bibl oregistic skill of Rover have.

Payne, Kuli hveber, Mntugu, Lewis. Clarke, Bedford. De Rome, PeIt is pronounced by the Press (and all scientific men who have seen

deloup, Je Seuil, and other celebruled Binders, mostly enriched with it), to be the best, cheapest, and most simple microscope ever in

elaborate tooling in the finest possible taste. vented. It has twenty times the power of the Coddington or Stanhope Micro

Catalogues are rear y rearly. scope, and is twice as good as the celebrated Rae Microscope (which has been awarded so many prize medals), as ny be iuterred from the following letter received from Mr. Rue himself :

PAINLESS DENTISTRY, “ CARLISLE, DECEMBER 12th, 1867.

MESSRS. GABRIEL. To Mr. McCulloch, Philosophical Instrument Maker.

(ESTABLISHED 1815.)

NEW PAMPHLET, Price 3d, Having seen some of your Diamond Plate Lenses, I write to

Free by Post Four Stamps. ask your terms for supplying me with the same per 20 gross, as I con

"Messrs. Gabriel are particularly successful in their system of Artisider the superior to inine. Yours.&c.,

ficial Teeth, wh ch they fix firmly in le inouth by means of an Elastic * RAE & CO., Opticians, Carlisle."

Gum wi hout springs, puin lessly, and without any operation."- Herald. I beg to inform the public that I have no Agent anywhere, and all

" Invaluable to clergymen, public orators, and in Valids." pretended Avents are imposture. The above instrument can only be

Court Journal. had from me, in Birmingham. Thuse at a distance who care for instruction and amusement, can have it safe and tree by sample post,

Charges : Tooth from 58.; Set from 4 to 0 guineas. with book of tuil instructions, on receipt of 32 Pustuge Stamus.

ondon : 56. Harley Street, W. Samples sent ubroad 2 extra lamps.

London : 64, Luduate Hill. E.C. All perxons wishing further particulars and testimonials, must send stamped and addressed envelop.

Liverpool : 134, Duke Street. Address, A. McCULLOCH, Philosophical Instrument Maker.

Brixhion : 38, North Street, 18, Blucher Surtet, Birmingham.

ATTENDANCE DAILY.

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