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ENGLISH DIRECTORY IN PARIS.
The first wholesale and retail firm in Paris for Silks, | cally. Fencing and Gymnastics. Mr. Fleury may Indian and French Shawls, &c., is, unquestionably, be consulted on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from the Villes de France, 51, Rue Vivienne, and 104, 12 till 1 o'clock, at 320, Rue St. Honoré, where a Rue Richelieu. The stock at this house is unri- detailed prospectus may be had. valled; and our fair readers will be highly grati- Fencing Academy.-320, Rue St. Honoré, Mr. fied upon paying it a visit, if only to admire the Lozes, late professor at the Polytechnic School. immense variety and the splendour displayed in Class for the Foil, Sabre, and canne, every day, this magnificent establishment,
from 2 to 4. Machinery, Patents, &c.-Information on all sub
Apartment, House, and Commission Agent.--A. jects connected with English and French Inven
Webb, 220, Rue de Rivoli. Persons intending to tions may be obtained from Messrs. Burnley,
reside in Paris, or wishing to forward goods to Mangles, and Co., Engineers, 320, Rue St. Honoré.
England, will find Mr. Webb's services of great Sales of machines effected, and the setting up and
advantage. working of machinery superintended. [Messrs.
Apartments and Boarding Houses.- Persons visitB. M. and Co., are practical men of considerable
ing Paris are recommended to apply to Mr. John experience, to whom we can confidently recom
Arthur, 10, Rue Castiglione, Agent to the British mend Englishmen and Americans who may have
Embassy, and Wine Merchant, where every inbusiness to transact on the continent.]
formation will be given gratis. French Language.-Those of our readers who may
Dressmaker.—Mme. Camille Levasseur, 224, Rue find it useful or pleasant to give a portion of their
Rivoli, the house of Galignani's Messenger office. time to the study of the French language, and who
Artificial Flowers for head dresses, trimmings attach importance to a pure accent, will do well to
for dresses, &c. We recommend the best establisiavail themselves of the services of Mr. Emile, a
ment in Paris, that of Mr. Tilman, 104, Rue painstaking teacher, who, having himself a highly cultivated voice, and delicate ear, is particularly
Richelieu, purveyor to Her Majesty the ex-Empress,
and Her Majesty the Queen of England. exacting with regard to pronunciation. Married to an English woman, and having lived several
Millinery.-Bonnets, lace caps, head dresses, &c. years in England, he is perfectly conversant with We recommend in full confidence for all these the language of his pupil-a great advantage to articles the establishment of Mlle. Soller, 45, Rue the student who wishes thoroughly to understand Neuve St. Augustin, who has an excellent reas he goes along. We have been in the habit of nommée among the highest classes of society in recommending Mr. Emile for some years past. Paris. His address is 320, Rue St. Honoré.
Stays.-.For this indispensable article the PariSpanish Teacher.-M. Baeza Emeritus, member of sian makers are known to be eminently superior. the Royal Academy of Madrid, 320, Rue St. Honoré. We are advisedly directed to recommend Madame
Italian Teacher.-M. Cepollini, member of the Clemencon, 8, Rue Port Mahon, inventor of the Academia della Crusca, 320, Rue St. Honoré. “corps pompadours," and the “demi-corps chate
Dancing.-Private lessons for Gentlemen of all laine," which impart so much grace and elegancë the fashionable dances, by M. Coulon, of the Grand to the figure. Opera, assisted by Mademoiselle Emmeline, 320, Eau de Cologne.--The name of the firm of Jean Rue St. Honoré.
Marie Farina, 333, Rue St. Honoré, is too well Education.-Private Institution for Gentlemen, known to require commendation, under the direction of Mr. Fleury, Point du Jour, Eau de Cologne.-Agents for Anton Farina's Eau Bois de Boulogne. Preparation for the Sandhurst, de Cologne, B. J. Tillman & Co., 8, Rue Neuve. Woolwich, and Addiscombe examinations. French, Bour L'abbé. German, Classics, Mathematics, and their applica Artist, Designer, and Jeweller in Hair.-M. Letion to Fortification and Gunnery, taught practi- | monnier, who was awarded the Prize Medal at the
London Exhibition, and the Gold Medal at that of Dentist.-Mr. Paterson will be found conscienParis, is highly recommended.
tious alike in his work and in his charges. He Hatter.-Servas, 36, Rue Caamartin.. The hats | keeps no assistants, but does everything himself. at this Establishment are equal to the best in His pieces are beautifully finished, and merit in
spection, 396, Rue St. Honoré. Tailor.-Hulek, 226, Rue de Rivoli, recommended
English Chemist.-Swan, Member of the College for his gentlemanly style of garments. An honest
of Pharmacy, 12, Rue Castiglione, an important and obliging tradesman. Speaks English.
and highly respectable house, honoured with a Prize Tailor.-Blay Lafitte, 11, Boulevard des Italiens.
Medal from the Universal Society for encouragement Gentlemen wishing to renew their Apparel will
of arts and industry, for improvements in Pharmafind this establishment one of the best in Paris.
ceutical preparations. First-rate style and capital materials.
Clocks and Watches, Musical Boxes, Time-pieces, Daguerreotypes, Photographs, Stereoscopes, in all
&c.-Würtel, 38 and 40, Passage Vivienne, Paris. styles and sizes. 1st Class Medal at the Universal Paris Exhibition. The beautiful specimens pro- Zimberg fabrt., de necessaries, 15, Rue de l'Anduced by Mr. Warren Thompson, 22, Rue de cienne Comédie. Choiseul, are greatly admired.
Optician.--For all descriptions of optical glasses Kramer, Jeweller to the ex-Empress, 31, Rue Neuve and instruments there is comparatively no choice, St. Augustin, recommended as having an unri | as those of M. Chevalier, 15, Place du Pont Neuf, valled stock of Jewellery, Diamonds, &c.
are reputed all over the world. Dentist.-Persons requiring a good surgical and
English Ale and Porter Stores.-B. Harris & Co., mechanical dentist, are recommended to Mr. George, 265. Rue St. Honoré. Rue de Rivoli, opposite the Tuileries, author of a
General Provision Warehouse.-Cuvilier, 16, Rue work on his new system of artificial teeth, inventor of the Baume Dentaire for the instantaneous cure
la Paix, Groceries, Wines, &c. of the tooth-ache.
English Bookseller.- Fowler, 6, Rue Montpensier, Surgeon-Dentists.-We confidently recommend as and 231, Peristyle Montpensier, Palais Royal. operating and mechanical Dentists, Messrs. Chip
English books at London prices. pendale and Barwis, No. 10, Rue d'Alger, near the Money Changers and Foreign Bankers.—Messrs. gardens of the Tuileries, particularly for a superior Meyer, Spielman, and Co., of 26, Rue Neuve Vividescription of artificial teeth.
enne, are well nown, and deserving our best reDentist.-Mr. W. Rogers, 270, Rue St. Honoré, commendation. English and all foreign moneys author of several important medical and surgical can be exchanged at this establishment to the best works on Dentistry. Mr. Rogers also enjoys a first- advantage. They grant drafts on London and the rate reputation as a practical dentist.
| principal cities of Europe and America.
A few of the commonest phrases, however ill chosen or arranged they may be, are better than nothing to the inexperienced traveller ; and we, therefore, add a short list for his benefit. 1. Des Repas.
Des pommes de terre Potatoes
Eggs Le goûter, le second de- Luncheon
An egg jeuner
Des eufs frais
New laid eggs
Des ceufs à la coque Soft boiled
Salt 2. Du Pain.
De la moutarde
Cakes Du pain de ménage Household bread
Du beurre frais
Tea 3. La Carte. The Bill of Fare.
De l'eau rougie Wine and water
Du vin blanc
Du vin rouge
Vin ordinaire, ou vin de Claret
Du vin de champagne Champagne
Du vin de Bourgogne Burgundy
Du vin d'Oporto Port wine
Du vin de Xéres
De la bièrre
De l'eau de vie - de Brandy-cognac
cognac Un poulet
A fowl Un dindon Turkey
5. De la Table. of the Table. Du poisson Fish
Tête de veau à la vinai- Calf's head with oil and Un verre Glass
Langue à la sauce 1 JCalf's tongue with sa-
voury sauce Une bouteille Bottle
Pieds de veau à la vin- Calf's feet with oil and La nappe Table cloth
vinegar La buffet Sideboard
(Fricaseed veal with Un couvert
Blanquette de veau
7 white sauce
Calf's sweet bread
9. Mouton et Ag-
Mutton and Lamb.
neau. Au macaroni Macaroni soup
SChops fried in bread Au riz Rice soup
crumbs Au vermicelle Vemicelli soup
(Chops broiled in paper Côtelettes en Papillottes 3
en rapoes with fine herbs
Côtelettes au naturel
Chops fried or broiled
Leg with gravy and
Rognons au vin de SKidneys done in Cham-
Pieds de mouton à lal STrotters with oil and Beuf au naturel Boiled beef
vinegar Boeuf à la sauce tomate Beef with tomato sauce Rognons à la brochette Kidneys broiled Bæuf à la sauce piquante Beef with savoury sauce Rognons aux truffes Kidneys with truffles Bauf aux choux Beef with cabbage Entrecôte Ribs of beef
Poultry. Filet sauté
Fillet of beef with gravy Chapon au gros sel Capon (boiled) Rosbif aux pommes de
Chapon au riz, &c. Capon with rice Roast beef with potatoes terre
Chicken in gravy
Poulet à la Tartare Chicken devilled
(Leg of a chicken in Palais de beuf Palate of beef
s paper, with sweet herbs (Beefsteak in the Eng Dinde truffée Bifteck à l'Anglaise
Turkey with truffles 7 lish manner Dindonneau
Young turkey Bifteck aux pommes de Beefsteak with potatoes
Poulet aux champig-) (Chicken with mushterre
S room sauce
(Cold chicken in slices
Salade de volaille
2 and vinegar Fricandeau au jus Larded veal in gravy Galantine de volaille Brawned fowl Fricandeau aux épinards Larded veal with spinage Poulet aux truffes Chicken with truffles Fricandeau à l'oseille Larded veal with sorrel Filets de poulet
Slices of chicken (breast)
Canard aux navets Duck and turnips Fricandeau à la chicoreé ! 2 endive
Canard aux pois Duck and green peas Côtelette de veau au} Veal chops fried or boiled
Pigeon à la crapaudine Broiled pigeon (Veal chops broiled in
Fricaseed chicken Côtelette en papillote 3 paper, with
Fricassée de poulet sweet
Côtelette au jambon
Veal chops with ham
11. Gibier. Côtelette de chevreuil
Filet de chevreuil Fillet of venison
Larks Gibelotte de lapin Rabbit smothered Laperau sauté aux · SYoung rabbit with champignons
7 mushroom sauce Bécasse
14. Hors d'Oeuvre.
Extras. Omelette aux fines herbes Omelet with sweet herbs Omelette au sucre Omelet with sugar Omelette au jambon Omelet fried with ham Eufs pochés
Poached eggs Eufs sur le plat
Fried eggs Beignets de pommes, &c. Apple fritters Gâteau de riz
Rice pudding or cake Charlotte russe
Syllabub in light paste Tourte aux fruits Tarts of various fruits Plum pouding
Savoury patties Truffes au vin de Cham- [Truffles done in Champagne
7 pagne Gelée de groseilles ou SJellies (currant or rasp
de framboises 57 berry)
Melon Raisin de Fontainebleau (White grapes of FonRaisin de Fontanepieau 1tainbleau Pêches
Peaches Fraises au sucre Strawberries with sugar Ananas
Pine apples Figues
Figs Pruneaux cuits au sucre Prunes cooked with sugar Quatre mendicants
(Raisins, almonds, nuts,
and figs (four beggars) Cérises à l'eau de vie
Cherries preserved in
13. Legumes. Vegetables, Asperges
French beans (green) Chicorée
Endive Pommes de terre à lal SPotatoes sliced, with maltre de hôtel
parsley and butter Petis pois
Green peas Épinard
16. Habillements of Men's Clothes, des Hommes, etc.
&c. Une chemise (d'homme) A shirt Un caleçon