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FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS,
JAMES CARTER AND CO., SEEDSMEN,
238, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C.
Invite attention to the Twenty-Third Annual Issue of their Encyclopaedic Catalogue of Flaricultural, Vegetable, and Agricultural Seeds, universally admitted to be the best scientificallyarranged Catalogue published. It will be forwarded free of charge aud post paid to all para « the world, upon application.
FLOWER SEEDS.—This department of the Catalogue comprises all the novelties of the season, many rare and choice Seeds, and a total of nearly 2000 different varieties of Flow*: Seeds, of each of which a complete scientific description is given, by means of a system of perspicuous tabular arrangement, admirably adapted for referential convenience.
VEGETABLE SEEDS.—J. C. and Co. have bestowed great attention upon this branch of the business, and beg to intimate that all Seeds sent from their Establishment thty warrant to be unadulterated, and of last season's growth. The Catalogue contains only those sorts which can be confidently recommended as well deserving of cultivation, to each of which is affixi-J the time of sowing, &c., forming a concise and complete guide for the Kitchen Garden.
AGRICULTURAL SEEDS.—This List will be found to contain all die leafier and most approved varieties. J. C. and Co. are particularly careful that all the Seeds are of growth 1857, and they can guarantee their Stocks as being genuine and true to name.
NEW ANNUALS for 1858.—Clarkia pulchella marginala: rose white, border, Is. per packet. Lupinus hybridus insignis: rosy purple, Is. per packet.
JAMES CARTER AND CO., SEEDSMEN,
TURNIP PULPING MACHINES.
GARDNER'S CUTTERS, WITH PATENT PULPING APPARATUS ATTACHED.
BRITANNIA WORKS, BANBURY,
TO meet the demand for PULPING MACHINES, lias applied to his GARDNER'S TURNIP nrSrlJS".,?,?TM"^1!!? inexpensive apparatus, enabling any farm labourer to convert it, in a few second*, iaM n , ..U K I PULPING MACHINE, or it may be altered, with equal facility, to cut Mices i iscB ar i area. n(
On patent iron frasae.
On wood frame.
Price of Gardner's Single Action Cutters £4 10 0 ..
„ „ Double Action ditto 5 10 0 .
Extra for Apparatus to Cut for Lambs 0 8 8 .
Or into Ribands 0 3 6.
Extra for Pulping Apparatus 1 6 0 .
Samuelson's Patent Food-preparing Machine,
Cutting Boots into Ribands, and Straw or Hay into Chaff, and mixing them, at one operation.
Price—No. 1, for Hand Power £« 10 0
m No. 2, for Horse Power, or may be worked by a man and boy 9 0 0
Machines for Pulping only,
As perfect and expeditions as the most approved hitherto made, and much simpler in construction.
Price—Pulper No. 1 £i 10 0
„ Pulper No. 2, for power or man and boy 5 10 0
„ Pulper No. 3 (Disc principle) 4 10 0
Alio CHAFF-CUTTERS, on Cornea's principle, JE4 up to £U lis.; ROLLER MILLS, CAKE-BREAKERS, if.
FIRST-CLASS AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
B. GARRETT & SONS,
LEISTON WORKS, SAXMUNDHAM, SUFFOLK,
Mi Mark Lane Chambers, Xiondon, B.C.,
Respectfully solicit the continued patronage and support of the numerous body of Agriculturists, Shippers, Merchants, and others, whom they Imve had the honour of supplying with Agricultural Machines and Implements for the last thirty years. With their extensively-increased facilities for manufacturing, B. Garrett and Sons are now enabled to ■apply with despatch, and at the lowest cost consistent with sound workmanship and thorough efficiency, combined with practical utility—
FIXES AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, for Agricultural Purposes, Contractors' Work, &c,
COMBINED THRASHING AND DRESSING MACHINES, for Steam, Water, and Horse Power,
DRILLS of every description, PATENT MANURE DISTRIBUTORS, and PATENT HORSE HOES,
CHAFF AND STRAW CUTTERS, for Steam, Horse, and Hand-power,
CORN-DRESSING AND WINNOWING MACHINES,
IMPROVED REAPING MACHINES,
HAY MACHINES AND DRAG RASES,
SAWING MACHINERY, from Four to Twenty Horse-power,
STONE-GRINDING MILLS AND FLOUR-DRESSING MACHINES,
TILE, PIPE, AND BRICK MACHINES,
BARN AND FIELD IMPLEMENTS of tho most approved construction, &c. &c. &c, full par* ticulars of which will be found in
R. GARRETT * SONS' ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
For the above Machines K. GARRETT ft SONS have received 161 Honey Prizes, 81 Gold and Silver Medals, besides the Great Council Medals and Gold Medals of Honour of the Exhibition of All Nations, held in Hyde Park in 1861, in Ireland In 1863, in Paris in 1S56, and in Vienna in 1867.
Complete Seta of the most improved Farm Machinery are erected by GARRETT ft SONS, adapted to the nature and sire of the occupations, and with the arrangements "best suited to the buildings. Plans and estimatoa will be furnished, with references, on application; also Catalogues, in either English, French, or German, sent (postage free) on application as above.
SALISBURY SHOW, JULY, 1857.
The competition by R. GARRETT ft SONS, at this Meeting, was confined to the class of HORSE HOES and DRILLS, and, after a most patient and searching trial, the FIRST PRIZE in HORSE HOES was again awarded to R. GARRETT ft SONS' well-known Implement, which has now been before the public upwards of fourteen years, taking the Fiaar Pbizi At nvxaY Mi Him. at which it has competed, distancing all competitors, and has earned for itself a reputation such as no other implement ever has done. This result is the more important when it is borne in mind that no further competition will take place in Horse Hoes until the year 1860. No less than 64 Hone Hoes were exhibited at Salisbury, all of which, by the awards, arc pronounced more or less inferior to—
R. GARRETT * SONS' PRIZE MACHINE.
The following statement shows the result of the competition:—
THE PATENT HORSE HOE Fibst Prize.
(Making Thirty-eight Fibst Panes Akd Tin Minau awarded for this excellent Implement.)
THE SMALL OCCUPATION CORN DRILL First Prize.
THE LIQUID MANURE DISTRIBUTOR Fibst Prize.
THE CORN, SEED, AND MANURE DRILL Second Prize.
THE LIQUID, SEED, AND MANURE DROP DRILL ... First Prize.
THE CORN AND SEED DRILL Higiily Commenced.
THE SEED AND MANURE RIDGE DRILL Second Prize.
AND AT THE WATERFORD MEETING, AUGUST, 1857,
B, OASBETT ft SONS received for their
FINISHING, THRASHING, AND DRESSING MACHINE, AND OTHER IMPLEMENTS,
THE PRIZE OF £30 FOR THE BEST COLLECTION,
SPECIAL MEDAL FOR THE ENGINE AND MACHINE.
PERSONAL ATTRACTION.—The contemplation of Personal Beauty at all times awakens the liveliest and most delightful feelings of our nature, and the willing homage it receives in the splendid assemblages of Royalty and Bank, or amidst the no less fascinating displays of our Social Reunions, demands that the nicest and most careful attention should be paid to the cultivation of an object so manifestly important.
ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL is a delightfully fragrant and transparent preparation for the Hair, and, as an invigorator and beautifier, beyond all precedent. In dressing the Hair nothing can equal its effect, rendering it so admirably soft that it will lie in any direction, and imparting a transcendent lustre.—Price, 3s. 6d.; 7s.; Family Bottles (equal to 4 small), 10s. 6d.; and double that size, 21b. per bottle.
ROWLANDS' KALYDOR, FOR THE SKIN AND COMPLEXION, is unequalled for its rare and inestimable qualities. The radiant bloom it imparts to the Check, the softness and delicacy which it induces of the Hands and Arms, its capability of soothing irritation, and removing cutaneous defects, discolorations, and all unsightly appearances, render it isnisTensadle To Every Toilet.—Price 4s. tid. and 8s. 6d. per bottle.
ROWLANDS' OSOMTO, OR PEARL DENTIFRICE, for Preserving and Beautifying the Teeth, imparting to them a Pearl-like whiteness, strengthening the Gums, and for rendering the breath sweet and pure.—Price 2s. 9d. per box.
Sold by A. ROWLAND &. SONS, 20, Hatton Garden, London ; and by Chemists and Perfumers.-'.' Beware of Spurious Imitations 111
MESSRS. WHEATSTONE AND COMPANY,
INVENTORS & PATENTEES
MANUFACTURERS it IMPORTERS
20, CONDUIT STREET,
Whbatsiohb & Co., ClAss Xa. REGENT STREET, LONDON. Prize Medal of Ike Exkilitien.
Messrs. Wheatstone & Co. were awarded the Great Exhibition Prize Medal for Harmoniums in 1851.
52, FLEET STREET.
MR. HOWARD, SURGEON-DENTIST, 52, FLEET STREET, has introduced an ENTIRELY NEW DESCRIPTION of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, fixed without Bprings, wires, or ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth, as not to be distinguished from the originals by the closest observer; they will never change colour or decay, and will be found superior to any teeth ever before used. This method does not require the extraction of roots, or any painful operation, and will support and preserve teeth that are loose, and is guaranteed ti restore articulation and mastication. Decayed teeth stopped and rendered sound and useful in mastication.
52, FLEET STREET.—At home from Ten till Five.
rpHE PEN SUPERSEDED.—MARKING LINEN "WITH THE PATENT
ELECTRO-SILVER PLATES prevents the Ink spreading, and never washes out. By means of tliis novel invention all kinds of Linen can be marked with Initials, Name, Crest, &c. Any person can use them. Initial Plate, Is.; Name, 2s.; Set of Movable Numbers, 2s.; Crest, 5s.; Book Plate with Arms, 10s. Sent post-free to any part on receipt of stamps. Family Arms found, correct sketch, 2s. Stamps with shifting dates, and movable alphabets of every kind.
Caution!—Several persons are travelling from door to door selling common plates, which are useless, and committing robberies at tho houses. This is to give notice that I employ no travellers whatever.
T. Culleton, Patentee, 2, Long Acre, Corner of St. Martin's Lane, Heraldic Engraver to the
Queen and Royal Family.
THORLEY'S FOOD FOR CATTLE,
i used In Her majesty's Stables, and also on His Royal Highness the Prince Consort's Farm, Windsor.
THIS FOOD is now receiving patronage from all parts of the kingdom, including his Grace the Duke of Richmond, bis Grace the Duke of A thole, the Karl of Wilton, the Earl of Eldon, the Earl of Essex, Lord
Beference ii respectfully submitted to the following Testimonials from Noblemen,
From Mr. James Brebner, Steward to R.R.H. the Prince Contort.
Norfolk Farm, Windsor Great Park, May 9th, 1857,
Sir,—In reply to yonrs, respecting Thorley's Food for Cattle, I beg to say I have used it for the last five months on horses and beasts, and find it answer beyond my expectations.
Through using it on my saddle-horse, I have been enabled to reduce his ordinary food half a truss of hay and half a bushel of oats per week, and can testify that be has gained very much in condition,
I am trying it on other stock, and everything is answering very well, and in a short time will be able to give you the results. Tours truly,
J. Thorley, Esq. JAMES BREBNER.
From Mr. James Fisher, Farm Manager to Her Grace the Duchess of Atlwle.
St. Holme's Farm, Dunkeld, Sept. 9th, 1857. Sir,—I have found your "Food for Cattle" to answer very well, having tried some of the horses who would not take any food; in a few days after using your Food, I find them very much improved in appearance and condition, and feeding very well. I shall recommend it to all my friends and acquaintances, and shall continue to use it.
I am, Sir, yours respectfully, J. Thorley, Esq., Hull. JAMES FISHER.
From Sir John Andrew Cathcart, Bart.
Cooper's Hill, Chcrtsey, May 9th, 1857. Sib,—I have used Thorley's Food for Cattle for three months, both for horses and cattle, and find that it has an extraordinary efl'ect in producing condition, and keeping them in a healthy state.
JOHN ANDREW CATHCART.
P.S. I shall be much obliged by your sending me another cask.
From Edward Swinnerton, Esq., Newton Begis.
Newton Regis, November 16th, 1857. Dbab Sib,—1 have used Thorley's Food for Cattle to my perfect satisfaction. Please to forward me half a ton more—I shall then be able to introduce it to my friends. Yours, 4c.,
From Sir John Bibton, Bart.
Woodbrook Bray, County Wicklow, June 15th, 1867. Sib,—In reply to your letter, dated 10th June, 1857, relating to " Thorley's Food for Cattle," I have fed with it for the last four months, and never fed with more nourishing food for cattle in general, pigs, and working horses, and strongly recommend it to all who stall-feed, or keep pigs or hones, and am quite satisfied they will not be disappointed upon trial. The cask you last sent me is not yet out; when it is, I shall send for another.
Your obedient servant, JOHN S. BIBTON.
From Sir David Cunynghame, Bart.
Cambusmore by Stirling, January 13th, 1657. Sir David Cunynghamc begs to send Mr. Joseph Thorley £2 10s. for a cask of bis food. The cows thrive and do well upon it, and the pigs have improved already wonderfully.
DAVID T. CUNYNGHAME.
From Lieut.-Col. Macdonald.
Powder Hall, Edinbro', October 27th. 1857. Sib,—I enclose order for the "Food for Cattle," which I should have sent sooner but delayed till I should be able to report on its success. At first my horses showed a decided dislike to it. but became reconciled to, and fond of it, after the first few days. I would be unjust if I withheld my testimony to its beneficial effects, which are most apparent in the improved condition of the horses. I am, Sir, your obedient servant,
Josoph Thorley, Esq. W. MACDONALD.
From J. M. Browne, Esq., Sail Court, Herefordshire.
Hall Court, near Bromyard, Herefordshire, October 12th, 1867. Sib,—I enclose you a P. 0. Order for the amount of your bill, and should be glad if you would forward me the same quantity of Food for Cattle as soon as possible. I beg to inform you that I have three hunters now in better condition than I ever had on any previous season at this time, which I attribute to your food.
I remain. Sir, yours, J. M. BROWNE.
gold in Cases, containing 448 Packages—each Package One Feed, at the cost of 66s. per Case; also In Casks containing 448 Feeds, with Measure included, price 60s. per Cask. Carriage Paid to any Railway Station in the United Kingdom.
None are genuine without the Signature being affixed to each Package or Feed.
DTOKTOR AND SOLE PROPRIETOR.
Central Depot: 77, NEWGATE STEEET, LONDON. Manufactory: HULL. THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND'S PRIZE REAPER, 1855, 1856, 1857.
BURGESS & KEY'S ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S FIRST PRIZE REAPING MACHINE has met with the most complete success this season, both at home and abroad. It i at Vienna, before the Emperor of Austria, and also at Pesth, in the presence of hi* Imperial Royal Hi^ duke Albrecht, Governor of Hungary, where it obtained the first-class diploma, being declared to be s^r every other machine. It is now in general use in Hungary. In the province of Grosseto (Tuscany), in the of the Commissioners appointed by the Agrarian Association, it also obtained a first-class diploma; and machines are now in use in that district. In the neighbourhood of Milan it also met with equal success. At 1 St. Pierre, in Belgium, during a trial of three successive days, it was acknowledged to have worked in a most i factory manner. At the recent meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society, at Salisbury, it obtained the first prize in
competition with CrosskilPs Bell, Dray's Improved Huaaey, Palmer's ditto, and several other machines; the ei*ht judges being unanimous in awarding the first prizo to Burgess and Key s machine. Since then it obtained the Zr< prize at Louth, where Dray's machine was also exhibited. At Hexham, where five other machines were exhibited, the judges unanimously awarded the first prize to this machine; and more recently in Scotland, on Lord Kinnaird's estate, It again obtained the first prize of the Highland Society's medal, Ac., the other competing machines being Dray's Husscy, Bell's original, and two machines of Lord Kinnaird's—Crosskill's Bell being withdrawn. On ; ■ 7th of August, at Osborne, this machine was exhibited in successful operation iu the presence of the Queen, the Prince Consort, and the Emperor and Empress of the French; and on this occasion, to mark their approval, both the Emperor and the Prince Consort ordered a machine for their own use. The machine has been in practical use
this season in all parts of England, Ireland, and Scotland, giving most unqualified satisfaction; and the most satisfactory evidence can be given of its complete success, not only m the hands of practical men in this country, bat also in New Zealand, Australia, and fn all parts of Europe. The average quantity cut by the. machine ii about 15
res per day, by one man and a pair of horses.
Price £40, nett cash, at the Works; extra Knives, 25s. each; if fitted with the Conical Screw, to diTlde the art from the uncut Corn, £2 10s. extra.
*«* In order to ensure delivery in time for harvest, Reapers intended for the season of 1353 must be ordered at once, either at 95, Newgate-street, London, or Brentwood, Essex.
BURGESS & KEY, Patentees and sole Manufacturers,
95, NEWGATE STREET, LONDON. Manufactory-brentwood, ESSEX.
I. TRITSCHLER & CO.,
Manufacturers and Importers of Clocks, Watches, Musical Boxes,
REPAIRING IN GENERAL.
EVANS, SON & CO.
Respectfully invite their friends and the public to an inspection of the extensivo and beautiful STOCK of these much-admired LAMPS, just received from Paris, embracing all recent improvements, in bronze, or-molou, crystal, alabaster, and porcelain, of various elegant designs, suitable for the cottage or mansion.
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