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Isle of Wight Observer August 27, 1864

HENRY BUCKETT, Town Crier, begs most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Ryde and its vicinity that he has OPENED a Lost and Found Office at the Town Hall, Ryde. – Information may also be obtained at the “Observer” Office, Ryde.

FOR SALE at CARTER’S COACH FACTORY, UNION STREET, RYDE, an assortment of about 30 CARRIAGES, New and Second-hand, comprising – Broughams, Waggonettes, Park Phaetons, Barouches, four and two wheel Dog Carts, single and double Basket carriages and Albert Phaetons; also a light spring cart. Orders and repairs punctually attended to.

TO be SOLD, a Bargain, a Handsome BASKET CARRIAGE, the property of a gentleman; built by Lenny; cost 35 guineas; almost new, and in good repair. Price £25. – Apply to Messrs Wallis, House Agents, Union-street, or to Mr Carter, Carriage Factor, Ryde.

1881 Advert for Francis Carter
1881 Advert for Francis Carter

This advertisement dates from 1881

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