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ADVERTISEMENTS.

MEDIEVAL WOOD AND METAL WORKS.

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Show Rooms, Temple Row,
Works, Cherry Street.

Show Rooms, 43, Great Russell St., W.C

LONDON {Works, 67, Stanhope Street, N.W.

Beg to draw the attention of the Clergy, Churchwardens, Architects, &c.. to the above, and being extensive Manufacturers, with the Works under their entire management, can offer more than ordinary advantage in price and variety.

Likewise of their CHURCH CUSHIONS AND HASSOCKS, CARPETS CHANCEL AND DOOR HANGINGS, ALTAR CLOTHS, EMBROIDERY FRINGES, FAIR LINEN CLOTHS, SURPLICES, VESTMENTS, &c.

Fiftieth Edition Catalogue now ready, and Estimates furnished.

JOHN WARNER & SONS,

BELL AND BRASS FOUNDERS TO HER MAJESTY, 8, CRESCENT, CRIPPLEGATE, LONDON.

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For excellent workmanship, and ingenuity applied in chiming bells by machinery."-See Jurors' Report.

J. W. and SONS use only pure BELL METAL, the only metal w

a FINE MUSICAL SOUND.

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Will burn 24 hours without replenishing, and may be kept alight all Winter. They produce a very mild warmth, and ensure a pure and healthful atmosphere; and being always fitted with a water trough, the warmed air may be moistened at pleasure. They can be fixed in shallow pits below the Floors of Churches and other Buildings, upon a simple and safe plan.

A large Model, showing the Setting Underground, can be seen in the Structural Division of the South Kensington Museum.

ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR THE WARMING OF BUILDINGS.

Manufactured by the Derwent Foundry Company, Derby, General and Malleable Iron Founders, Manufacturers of Stove Grates, Open and Close Fire Ranges, and all kinds of Ornamental Iron Work. STEPHENS'S STAINS FOR WOOD, A SUBSTITUTE FOR PAINT.

PARIS.
1867.

Highest Awards at
HAVRE.
1868.

AMSTERDAM. 1869.

For Appearance, Economy, and Durability far superior to Paint. SPECIMENS and PARTICULARS FORWARDED FREE BY POST on application to the Manufacturer.

HENRY STEPHENS, Chemist, 171, Aldersgate Street, London. ROBERT MINTON TAYLOR,

TILE WORKS,

FENTON, NEAR STOKE UPON TRENT.

ENCAUSTIC AND PLAIN TILES, for Pavements in Churches, Town Halls, Entrance Halls, &c., in every variety of style, and from the plainest to the richest. MAJOLICA TILES, for Grates, Stoves, and General Mural Decorations.

GLAZED EARTHENWARE TILES, for Walls, Baths, &c., in White, Buff, Torquoise, Olive, Celadon, &c.

GLAZED HEARTH TILES in considerable variety of design and colouring.

MEMORIAL TABLETS, HERALDIC TILES, MEDALLIONS, LETTERS for Decalogue, Creed, Texts, Inscriptions, &c.

Pattern Books on application.

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