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Miscellaneous Advertisement :<.
FIFE AND MID-LOTHIAN FERRIES.
SAILING HOURS,
commencing Wednesday, 1st May, 1839, to continue till farther notice :
Newhaven to Burntisland.
At 8 A.M. via Pettycur.
— 1 J P.M. direct.
— 4 P.M. direct.
— 7 P.M. via Pettycur.
Newhaven to Pettycur.
At 6 A.M. direct.
— 8 A.M. direct.
— \0^ A.M. direct.
— 1^ P.M. via Burntisland.
— 4 P.M. via. Burntisland.
— 7 P.M. direct.
Newhaven to Kirhaldy.
At 6 A.M. via Pettycur,
— lOi A.M. direct.
— 2 P.M. direct.
— 5| P.M. direct.
Burntisland to Newhaven.
At 6J A.M. via Pettycur.
— 9^ A.M. direct.
— 2^ P.M. via Pettycur.
— 5|- P.M. via Pettycur.
Pettycur to Newhaven.
At 7 A.M. direct.
— 9 A.M. via Burntisland.
— 12 noon, direct.
— 3 P.M. direct.
— 6 P.M. direct.
Kirkaldy to Newhaven.
At 8 A.M. direct.
— 12 noon, direct.
— 3f P.M. direct.
— 6J P.M. direct.
SUNDAY HOURS.
Newhaven, at 6 a.m. to Pettycur direct.
Do. at 8 A.M. to Burntisland, thence to Pettycur.
Do. at 4 P.M. to Burntisland, thence to Pettycur.
Burntisland, at 9 a.m. to Newhaven ma Pettycur.
Do. at 5\ P.M. to Newhaven via Pettycur.
Pettycur, at 7 a.m. to Newhaven direct.
Do. at9|-A.M. to Newhaven direct.
Do. at 6 P.M. to Newhaven direct.
N.B. — The Passage from Burntisland to Newhaven at 6^ a.m. wUl be discontinued from
Wednesday, 24th, to Tuesday, 30th AprU, inclusive.
*»• The Steamers ship and land at the Stone Pier, Newhaven.
23d April, 1839.
JAMES FORTUNE,
ARTIFICIAL LIMB AND BANDAGE MAKER
To the Royal Infirmary,
No. 29 BaouGHTON Stheet, Edinburgh.
T F. constructs all kinds of supporting Stays,
" • Back- Boards, Inclined Planes, &c. &c.
for Curvature of the Spine ; Bandages for
Deformed Limbs and Club Feet; Artificial
Legs and Arms ; as also Rupture Trusses,
and Splints for every kind of Fractures, Elastic
Stockings, and Knee Caps, Spring Crutches
on improved principles, &c. &c.
Mrs Fortune has been long in the practice
of making Belts and Bandages for Ladies, as
recommended by Professor Hamilton.
29, Broughton Street.
DRAWING AND FLOWER
PAINTING,
41, GEORGE STREET,
Nearly opposite the Assembly Rooms.
TV/f ISS MILLER continues to give instruc-
■^*^ don in Pencil, Chalk, and Water Colour
Drawing ; also, a new and much-admired style
of Flower Painting, which, from its facifity
of execution, is peculiarly adapted for Draw-
ing from Nature, and gratifies every Pupil
who has been accustomed to a more tedious
method of instruction.
Specimens may be seen from Two to Three
o'clock daily.
N. B — Instruction gratis to Governesses
on Saturdays.
41 George Street.

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