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BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE- THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A
HOUSE WITHOUT MONEY.
VERCOATS IN EVERY SPECIALITY.
OVE for their PRELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE, and
BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, FINAL EXAMINATIONS. --Address "M. A.,” Messrs. Fletcher and Co., 11, Staple-inn, London, W.C. OVERCOATS IN EVERY NEW SHAPE. 29 AND 30, SOUTHAMPTON-BUILDINGS.
INE CLASSES, REPRESENTING NINE
"OST PERSONS ARE FAMILIAR with
what is known as the “THREE YEARS' SYSTEM Apply Mr. AMEB, Lincoln's-inn-gate, w.O.
Instrument and pays the Hire for that period became he AW EXAMINATIONS.—A Gentleman at
ABSOLUTE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pre.
viously to the introduction of this plan it was almat as in Chambers or through the post, for the INCORPORATED LAW
difficult for those of limited income to buy a good Pianoforte SOCIETY, the Bar, and London LL. B. References to former
FIT and QUALITY.
as 'o BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on yedi üfter and present pupils will be given. Terms moderate.
year, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and ex;*!ed Address "LL.B.," care of Messrs. Reeves and Turner, Law
as much money as would have bought the Pianoforte Booksell, TA, 100, Chancery-lane, W.C.
several times over.
What will hold good for Pianofortes will hold good for YASTER TERM EXAMINATIONS. — A
HOUSES; and there are many who would no doubt AVAIL Mba
THEMSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITY, if it was
afforded them, of becoming Country Candidates by papers of questions and special directions as to study. A limited number of candidates only
THE OWNER OF A HOUSE corresponded with. -For terms, &c., address STUDENS, (No. 1990), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.O.
in the same way as they have already become the owner of their pianoforte.
BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY 28s.
42s. B 42s. 28s. 288. - Address " Beta" (No, 1196), 10, Wellington-street, Strand.
HAVE DETERMINED TO AFFORD
33s. THE SAME FACILITIES FOR PURCHASING MEMBER of the BAR, a graduate in A
As now exist for Buying Pianofortes. weekly, for the Preliininary, Intermediate, and Final. Fee,
A HOUSE being, however, a more expensive article to Pur. Three, Five, and Six guineas respectively, for the term of
70s. 50s. 50s. ten weeks.-Apply" LL.D.,"1, Great Coram-street, Russell.
chase than a Pianoforte, the “Three Years' Systern " will
not apply, excepting in a very few cases : so that a MORE square.
LENGTHENED PERIOD IS NECESSARY over which 55s.
the time of Hiring must extend.
In pursuance of this resolution 655.
658. 65s. Country Clients, and the Profession generally, that he
THE DIRECTORS HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS arranges AGENCY on equitable terms.--50, Chancery-lane.
70s. RTICLED CLERKS' SOCIETY.-Legal
THE OWNERS OF HOUSES 818.
8ts. 81s. Students is called to this Department for carrying on an
In various parts of London, and its Suburbs, by which they Organized Correspondence on Legal Moot Points. Entrance All sizes of Guide to Patterns Illustra- New style
are enabled to atford to the Fee, 58.; Annual Subscription, s. 6d.-F. W. Dendy, Hon. every class for self of every
ted in of linings Sec., 19, New Ormond-street, W.O. immediate use
Menibers of the Birkbeck Building class different
for ment sent sent styles. over
free. AW FORMS and PRECEDENTS
AND OTHERS AMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE A very wide CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES Carefully prepared and APPROVED FORMS of every
and the locality iu which they are situated. The Plan upon description, as used in the Chancery, Common Law, Pro
which the Dirce:ors propose to proceed is bate, Bankruptey, and other Courts and Offices; General
SUITS in Forms, Notices, Letters, &c., in great variety ; kept in
EVERY SPE- TO LET THESE HOUSES FOR A PERIOD OF
At the end of which Time, if the Rent be Regularly Paid,
THE HOUSE (Successors to J. SULLIVAN),
Will become the absolute Property of the LAW STATIONERS, PRINTERS, &c., 22 & 31, CHANCERY-LANE,
WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF ANY KIND.
IN ALL CASES Deeds and Writings Copied at the lowest Charges.
178. 6. 438 60 A 12s 6d 16s. 12s 6d
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WILL BE GIVEX 49s.
20s. B | 145.
16s 60 Messrs. DAVIES and HUNT, Patent Solicitors, continue to
WITHOUT ANY IMMEDIATE OUTLAY IN MONEY, procure BRITISH and FOREIGN PATENTS, &c., at
50s. 26s. 57s.
24s. 21s. most moderate charges, and to SOLICITORS at agency rates.
Excepting Payment of the Law Charges for the Title Solicitors and intending Patentees should obtain their
Deeds, which in all cases will be restricted to HANDBOOK FOR INVENTORS" gratis on application 59s. 33s. 68s.
Five Guineas. or by letter,
BEYOND THIS SMALL SUM 75s. 42s.
31s. 278. ETTERS PATENT for INVENTIONS.
NO PAYMENT OF ANY KIND
IS REQUIRED BY THE SOCIETY
348. 30s. Foreign and Colonial Patents at reasonable charges;--Agents
BEYOND THE STIPULATED RENT, WHICH MAY in various parts of the world.
BE PAID EITHER MONTHLY OR QUARTERLY. All business transacted for SOLICITORS on agency
33s. terms, and a commission given for the introduction of clients.
THE REST PAYABLE BY THE TENANT "INTERNATIONAL PATENT OFFICE." (Established 102s. 60s.
Includes Ground Rent and Insurance for A.D. 1850.)
the Whole Term. No. 8, Southampton-buildings, London: 217, Broadway,
116s. New York, and 23, Change-alley, Sheffield.
Although the Number of years for payment of Rent is fixed All sizes of Guide to Patterns Boys'
at Twelve and a-half,
High self. of every
Snits Class A SHORTER PERIOD MAY BE CHOSEN AT AN Agents. Evidence collected and classified. Elections irmmediate use measure- class noted for Style
INCREASED RENTAL, and all matters of a contidential nature attended to. French
ment sent sent Hard and measure.
free. Wear and Spanish spoken.--209, Gresham House, 24, Old Broad.
OR street, E.C.
A LONGER PERIOD AT A LOWER RENTAL,
The Terms of which may be ascertained on application to ESSRS. FREDERICK A. MULLETT,
THE ADVANTAGES country at 14 per cent. Commission, including Inventories are illustrated in all the fashionable styles in the NEW and Certificates. Established 20 years, BOOK of FASHIONS, containing Forty-three Figures,
New System of Purchasing a House, deducted from a purchase. Patterns sent free. LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE
VAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS:
1. Persons of Limited Income, Clerks, Shopmen, and
of George Reynell) Advertisement Agent, begs to direct
independence as rezards their Landlord, the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his
2. Their RENT CANNOT BE RAISED. long erperience of uproards of troenty-five years, in the specia énsertion of all pro formá notices, &c., and hereby solicits THE SANS-PLIS SHIRT,
3. They CANNOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES. their continued support.-N.B. One copy of advertisement
SION so long as they pay their Rent. only required, and the strictest care and promptitude assured.
4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable. Officially stamped forms for advertisements and file of
REGISTERED Nov. 1848.
5. They can leave the House at any time without notice, London Gazette kept.
rent being payable only to the time of giving up possession. Specially adapted to meet the wants
6. If circumstances compel them to leavo the Honse of
before the completion of their Twelve and a half Years THAMBERS.-To be LET, a large ROOM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS Tenancy, they can Sub-let the House for the remainder of
the Term, or they can Transfer their right to another and
GENTLEMEN OF SEDENTARY PURSUITB 7. Finally, YO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY of
iny kind is incurred, beyond the Payment of Rent by those
who acquire Houses by this New System.
Ease Combined with a Perfect Fit.
The BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY have on their Holborn.--OFFICES in this handsome Building to
Patterns and Particulars of Measure List sveral HOUSES, which they are prepared to LET on LET. Ground floor, front, rent reduced to 1001. ; ground, secord, and third floors; Rents, 601., 401., 351., 201., and
ment free by post.
the TWELVE AND A HALF YEARS SYSTEM, and in
any case, Immediate Possession may be obtained. room, Public tects, Accountants, etc. wishing to rent are especially invited BURDEN AND KEER, Remastermine the obtained on application to
The Terms on which Houses can be placed on this to inspect these highly important premises. - Apply to Housekeeper. 51, CONDUIT-STREET, BOND-STREET.
FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager,
LEGAL & GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE
TEMPLE - B A R
TŁe Parliamentary Accounts required by the “Life Assurance Companies Act 1870”
may be obtained on application.
THIS SOCIETY HAS TAKEN A LEADING PART IN FREEING LIFE ASSURANCE CONTRACTS FROM ALL NEEDLESS RESTRICTIONS.
THE "PROPOSAL FORM" IS MOST SIMPLE IN ITS TERMS.
THE GUARANTEEING SHARE CAPITAL OF ONE MILLION (£160,000 PAID UP) IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY 300 MEMBERS OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
NINE-TENTHS OF THE PROFITS BELONG TO THE ASSURED.
SETTLEMENT POLICIES IN FAVOUR OF WIFE AND CHILDREN ARE GRANTED IN TERMS OF THE " MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY ACT 1870."
E. A. NEWTON, Actuary and Manager.
TO EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS ME
IMPERIAL FIRE, INSURANCE
ANNUITIES AND REVERSIONS.
ESSRS. JOHNSON, WALKER, and
DIAMOND MERCHANTS and WHOLESALE
ESTABLISHED 1954, CHAIRMAN.-Sir W. J. Alexander, Bart., Q.C.
Value Plate, Diamonds, and Jewels, for probate; or purchase DEPUTY-CHAIRMAX.-Alfred H. Shadwell, Esq. JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU,
direct. Reversions and Life Interests purchased. Immediate and
0, ALDERSGATE-STREET, CITY.
&c., Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Reversionary and Contingent Interests. Loang may also be obtained on the security of Reversions.
CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE,
ECOND-HAND GUNS, RIFLES, and Annuities, Immediate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also
By all the Best Makers. mation, may be had at the office.
PURCHASED IN ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL
Large Stock of
CENTRAL-FIRE AND PIN BREECH-LOADERS.
LARGE BORES FOR INDIA.
PLATE, JEWELLERY, AND WATCHES SECOND 1, oid Broad-street, E.C., and 16 and 17, Pall-mall. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY,
HAND, Capital, 1,600,0001. Paid-up and Invested, 700.0001.
AND PRECIOUS STONES,
VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND. IMPE MPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE 20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN,
Catalogue of Guns, &c., sent on receipt of 3 Stamps. COMPANY.
LONDON. CareF OFFICE-No.1, Old Broad-street, London.
WHISKY. BRANCH OFFICE-No. 16, Pall Mall, London. INSTITUTED 1820. Secondhand Plate, Jewelry, fc., for sale, at Trade
This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is toe The Liabilities are, in respect of Sums Assured and
very Bonuses, 2,766,0001, and in respect of Annuities, 16261. per
CREAM OF IRISH WHISKIES, annum. The Assets actually Invested in First-class Securities
In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome
ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS. amount to 987.8971.
than the finest Cognac Brandy. Note the words “Kinabaa'. Of the Subscribed Capital of 730,0001, only 75,0001. is paid
LL." on seal, label, and cork.-Wholesale Depot, 6A, Great up.
Titchfield-street, Oxford-street, W.
In 2oz., Loz., and Soz. packets, at 68. per lb. Th RANT'S MORELLA CHERRY BRANDY, turned to the Board of Trade in compliance with The Life
Tobacco has been pronounced by first-clas Assurance Companies' Act 1870, together with prospectuses,
judges to be the best in the world,
Supplied to Her Majesty the Queen.- This delicious
Liqueur, from the famous Kent Morella, supersedes Wine in may be bad on application.
many Households-is much favoured by Sportsmen, and is ANDREW BADEN Actuary and Manager.
also recommended by the Medical Profession as a valuable In 2oz., 10z., and 802., packets, at 68. per Ib. No
Tonic in cases of weakness. Order of any Wine Merchant.
other Bird's-eye can be smoked when once this or direct of T. GRANT, Distillery, Maidstone. 128. per dozen, TITLE ASSURANCE.-Doubtful and
cash. Carriage paid. Mortgageable by the LAW PROPERTY and LIFE
EWLAY'S IONDON MIXTURE. ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 30, Essex.street, Strand.
4oz., and soz. packets, at 68. 6d. per Ib. For information, forms and specimens of the various kind
Bewlay's Tobaccos and Snuffs are perfectly pure of defective Titles already assured in this office, apply to
and unadulterated.-Vide Lancet.
EWLAY'S TRAFALGAR CIGARS.
many cigars for which they pay 6d. each.
In consequence of Messrs. Berlay and Co.'s enormous stock of Foreign Cigars, gentlemen can always depend upon
By Vitalising and Invigorating the Blood has peculiar su This Society purchases Reversionary Property, Life In. terests, and Life Policies of Assurance, and grants Loans on getting them thoroughly well seasoned, and at a moderate
remarkable properties in Headache, Sea or Bilious Sickness
preventing and curing Small Pox, Hay. Scarlet, and other these securities. Forms of Proposal may be obtained at the
Fevers. It is admitted by all users to form the most agtet office.
Messrs. Bewlay and Co. are practically acquainted with able, portable, vitalising Summer Beverage. Sold by post F. S. CLAYTON, their trade, and can therefore recommend their goods with
chemists, and the Maker.
the greatest confidence, as they only make purchases when
H. LAMPLOUGH, 115, Holborn-hill, London.'
OLLOWAY'S PILLS and OINTMENT.-
, and bowels
ment and nourishment of the human body, it is essentia THE PAINT
Family: 49: Strand, and 143, Cheapside. Established at 49, Strand, 100 years. Wholesale and Retail.
be performed with order and regularity. Holloway's remer dies readily ensure both these conditions. The powers of
the stomach are greatly augmented, and good gastric juin now being applied to the Ornamental Railings by
secreted in abundance, when this ointment is diligently THE INDESTRUCTIBLE PAINT COMPANY
rubbed twice a day orer the pit of the stomach. The pilis 'ANILLA CIGARS.-Messrs. VENNING
and ointment enable it to extract all the food's nutritie and Co., tf 14, St. Mary Axe, London, E. C., ha:9 matter, and to thoroughly digest most articles of food. ls (LIMITED),
just receired a consignment of No. 3 MANILLA CIGARS, the most advanced cases of dyspepsia, the salutary power
in excellent condition, in boxes of 500 each. Price 508. per posser sed by these medicamenta is most remarkable, and will 8, FINCH LANE, E.C. box. Orders to be accompanied by a remittance.
fully realise the patient's
hopes, and the expectations of his N.B.--Sample boxes of 100, 108.6d.
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AW.-WANTED, by a Gentleman (adLOWTHER .
mitted), a Conveyanc ng Managing CLERKSHIP, MONEY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT under supervision in a wood ffice. Hau exierience in town
LANDED Diamonds, Jewels, Precions Stones, Plate, Watches, and and conntry. Read six month andmore with a conveyancer. THESTATEPROHE EAED LOAN and
ENREN every description of Valuable Property. The above Bought Salary a secondary consideration.- Address "R. R.," care of for Cash), Sold, or Taken in Exchange.
Messrs. Waterlow and Sons, Birchin-lane, E.C.
Second-hand Guns by all the noted Makers at
VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND, LONDON, W.C. LAWien Gentleman of Thirteen Years' VANCE MONEY to the Owners of Settled and other
Experience in Law, Estates, for the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and
the Country, in a solicitor's Office, Counsel's Chambers, COTTAGES, and for the DRAINAGE, RECLAMATION,
the Public Civil Service, or a Land Agent's, or Public Comand general Improvement of LANDED Property in any Partnerships, Wanted and Vacant.
Minimum salary, 1501, a year.- Address, part of the United Kingdom; the amount borrowed being
B. A.," 40, St. John-street, Oxford. made repayable by Annual Instalments spread over a period not exceeding twenty-five years.
L Worring .
AW.-A Practical Solicitor (23) seeks a AW.--The Advertiser (aged 21), desires The Company is also prepared to receive applications from limited owners in England to advance Money for
CLERK. Has a good knowledge of Costs and Bookkeep. the ERECTION or COMPLETION MANSIONS, -"Lex," care of Mr. Cooke, 9, Gray’s-inn-square.
ing (Kain's systein), writes Shorthand, can Abstract, and is STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS, and for the improve
AW ment of and additions to Houses capable of conversion
willing to make himself generally useful. Good references. PARTNERSHIP. — A Gentleman,
-" H.” (No. 1496), 10, Wellington-street, Strand.JW.C. into Mansion Houses; also for enabling landowners to possessing capital, of business habits, and ten years' subscribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUC. practical experience in the Profession, wishes to obtain a
AW.-WANTED, by a Solicitor, admitted TION of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, SHARE in a good General BUSINESS or to PURCHASE
yana which will promote the Improvement of their Property. the SUCCESSION to a PRACTICE. Income required
The expenses incident to the transaction are paid by about 6101.- Address“ ACME" (No. 1190), 10, Wellington CLERK, under supervision, where the business is chiefly the Company, and added to the amount to be charged on street, Strand, W.C.
Common Law and Conveyancing. Has had some experience of the Estate. No investigation of the landowner's title is
practice before magistrates, and at County Court. Good necessary
AW PARTNERSHIPS.- KAIN, WITT,
references.-Address "Solicitor," Post-office, Birmingham. The Company is also enabled to make advances for the Enfranchisement of Copyholds, the amount of consideration men, &c.), invite attention to their register of SELECTED money being charged on the enfranchised lands, and repaid | APPLICANTS having capital, influence, and ability. -69, by the Advertiser (admitted in 1866), a RE-ENGAGEby a rentcharge spread over twenty-five
MENT in London as Conveyancing CLERK and (if reTerms and further particulars may be obtained of Messrs,
quired) to assist generally in the business. Partnership, or Rawlence and Squarey, 22, Great George-street, Westminster,
mangagement with a view to Partnership, preferred. 8.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs. Ashurst, Morris, and Co., Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.; of Messrs. Gillespie
"E. F." (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.
Practices, Wanted and for Sale. and Paterson, W.S., 81A, George street, Edinburgh, agents
AW.-WANTED, by a young Solicitor, for the Company in Scotland; and at the Offices of the Company.
T. PAIN, Managing Director. AW PRACTICE.-A Gentleman, articled
CLERK, well acquainted with Conveyancing. Common
Law, and General Practice, and willing to assist genera ly. Land, Loan, and Enfranchisement Company,
experience, wishes to PURCHASE a Working SHARE of No. 22, Great George-street, Westminster,
Salary no object. --Address" A. B.,” (No. 1497), 10, Welling: $.w.
an Established Business. Short preliminary clerkship pre-
ton-street, Strand, London, W.C. DEBENTURES AT 5, 51, and 6 PER CENT.
A W. – WANTED, by a Gentleman COMPANY LIMITED. - The
(aged 23. just passed his Final Examination), a DIRECTORS are prepared to issue DEBENTURES
Situations, Wanted and Oacant. SITUATION as Assistant CLERK in the Conveyancing or
Chancery Department of a London Office. Practice the to replace others falling due, viz. : for one year at 5 per cent.
chief object. - Address "Y. Z.," care of Mr. Amer, Law for three years at 54 per cent., and for five years at 6 per AW.- WANTED, by the Advertiser, a cent. per annum; also for longer periods, on terms to be
Bookseller, Lincoln's-inn-gate, Carey-street, W.C. a certained at the Otfice of the Company. R. A. CAMERON, Secretary. tionable references.-Address "F. H.," Post-office, North- AW.-WANTED, by a Young Solicitor,
leach, Gloucestershire. ORTGAGES. – TO SOLICITORS. AW.-WANTED by a Gentleman (ad.the General Practice of Town and Country offices, a SITUA.
TION as Conveyancing and General ČLERK Highest WANTED, continually, by Clients, MONEY on
references. Address X.." Messrs. Bass and Jennings, good Freehold and Leasehold Securities. Should be glad of otherwise).-Address LEX," " H.J. Graff, Esq., 27, Albion
Solicitors, Burton-on-Trent. addregs of Solicitors desirous to effect the same.-Address road, Stoke Newington. N. A. J. ROUSE, Architect and Surveyor, 21, Bramley-road,
AW.--BILL CLERK and ACCOUNTANT. Notting-hill, W.
AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser, a
RE-ENGAGEMENT as Chancery CLERK, and to ence, and whose present engagement terminates on the 1st ORTGAGE.-WANTED, 24001., at 6 per assist generally if required, Eleven years' experience in two proximo), seeks a RE-ENGAGEMENT. Can draw Costs
large city firms.-0. Z., Mr. Green's, 117, Chancery-lane. from the papers alone, and is accustomed to Kain's system ham-grove, Balham-hill, Surrey; 12001. down, and 12001. as
of Bookkeeping and managing Rentals, Tithes, &c. Unex
AW. completed, which will be guaranteed in the Mortgagee's
, SITUATION as ceptionable references.-Address “LEX, Norton, Tenby. own surveyor's report. The property is situate in the very best position at Balham for letting, near both railway and years' character last situation. Age 34.—" LEX," 30,
AW.-WANTED, a CLERKSHIP omnibus, and where letting is a positive certainty at 601. each London-street, Brighton. Ground-rent 71. 78. each only; value 6001. each. Separate
(admitted). Law graduate with honours (Common Law and leases direct from the freeholder, which may possibly be pre- AW.-WANTED, by a Gentleman (recently Equity), London University. Thirteen years' experience in pared by the Solicitors
to the mortgagee making the advance. This is a really bona fide good security, not in the slightest under supervision.-Address "D.," Mr, Bett's, Law Sta.
admitted), a Conveyancing or General CLERKSHIP, a Country office of a large practice, chiefly Conveyancing.
Salary moderate.-Address M." (No. 1497), 10, Wellingtondegree speculative, and without
risk, and a thoroughly respectable borrower.-Address Mr. AMOR, Balham-grove, tioner, 2, Gray's-inn-place, W.C.
street, Strand, W.O. Balham-hill, Surrey.
prepared to conduct cases at the County and Police first year's salary offered by Advertiser (admitted for ONEY.—30,000L. (trust moneys), in Sums Courts is willing to accept A SITUATION as Managing an introduction forthwith to a Conveyancing CLERKSHIP
CLERK with a Solicitor of respectability. --Address "F.A. in London, or a Conveyancing or General CLERKSHIP in approved landed securities, at 4 per cent. -Address " A. B.,' (No. 1491), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, w.C.
the Country. Has been managing a country practice at a Messrs. Wetherby, 9, Birchin-lane, London,
salary of 1401.--Address "DOUCEUR," Messrs. Dawson and AW.-The Advertiser (who has held his Sons, 121, Cannon-street, E.C.
Aged 26.- Address
A W.-MAGISTERIAL.-The Advertiser (trast_moneys) and 10001. ready to be ADVANCED
"A. B.," care of Mr. Robert Cribb, West-street, Poole, on approved Freehold or Leasehold Securities in the above or Dorset.
in consequence of resignation of principal, thoroughly consmaller Sums.-Apply to Messrs. ACKERLEY and Son, Soli.
versant with general routine of Justices' Clerk's office, all the citors, Wigan.
AW.-RE-ENGAGEMENT WANTED, by business of Petty Sessions, &c., seeks an immediate and similar a Copying and Engrossing CLERK: six years in
ENGAGEMENT. Salary 1001. per annum. Highest testi. ORTGAGES WANTED immediately.present situation; can Abstract and Draw Ordinary Drafts.
monials and references. - Address “ZETA," 45, Wiltshire4501., 2501., and 1807, on lng LEASEHOLD PROAddress ROBERT BRIGHTWELL, St. Andrew's-street, Mil.
street, Southsea, Portsmouth. PERTY, finished and let, at 6 per cent. interest. Prin- denhall, Suffolk. cipals er their solicitors only apply to Mr. Adams, 8, Brook.
AW.- WANTED.- A desires in a road. Camptown-park, Hornsey,
SHIP in a Country Office. He has experience in the prac: MONEY | veyancing and General CLERK, in Town or Country. - For tice of Conveyancing, and has a knowledge of the general LENT from 51. to 5007. on Personal Security. Deeds. | Leicester. terms and references, address LEX, 2, Cannon-street, work of a Country Attorney's business. Accustomed to
advise clients. shares, life policies, jewellery, plate, &c.--from one month to
.No. 1495), 10, Wellington-street,
expected from 1801. to 2001. per
AW.-A Gentleman who has just passed Strand, London, W.C.
AW. - WANTED, in an Office in as Conveyancing Clerk, The country preferred. India or ONEY Promptly ADVANCED on Per- Reynolds, Post-office, Ladbroke Grove, w. the Colonies not objected to. Address "J. W. 8.," Mr.
stating age, and salary required, to "A. Z.," Post-office, sonal or other available security. A moderate in.
Banbury. terest repayable by instalments. No preliminary fees. AW.- A Gentleman of Experience in Con. Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PERSONAL ADVANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), 14, Southampton-row, Holborn; and 3, Tavistock-street, CoventOffice, and accustomed to advise clients, desires a RE-EN
in the Midland District, a Conveyancing and General garden.-P.J. Harvey, Secretary. GAGEMENT as Manager or Conveyancing Clerk.-Address
CLERK. One not admitted preferred. -- Apply, stating age. “C.” (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.
salary required, and qualifications, to " W." Messrs. Torr and Co., 38, Bedford
row. AW.-MANAGING CLERK.-The Ad small, Connty requires the services of a Managing
AW.-A CLERK of the PEACE of a (from 401. upwards) to respectable householders in ! the London district upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI. GAGEMENT as above in the Office of a Solicitor in the TURE without removal, repayable by easy instalmente.
CLERK (not admitted)
who has had considerable experience Country. Is well read, and can furnish the most satisfactory No charge of any kind unless money advanced.
of the duties of a Clerk of the Peace's office, and is conAs this
references. Salary 1201.-Address "Lex," Post-office, York. does not emanate from an agent, applicants must apply
versant with Criminal law. and the general routine of County
business. Age from 5 to 35. Salary 1201. First-class refer. Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying
--ENGAGEMENT ences required.-Address "c. P.," Mr. G. Maclaran, Law preliminary fees to pretenders.
Stationer, 13, Serlo-street, Lincoln's-inn, London. years' experience; undeniable references from present UTUAL LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION "W.X." (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, London,
emploger the North England preferred. --Address AW BOOK-KEEPING, by G J. KAIN, (Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1850), 14, Rus.
WC. sell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, ship-street,
Law Accountants Costs Draftsmen, &c. , 69, Chancery lane. Brighton, and South-colonnade, Hastings, ADVANCES
Conveyancer (48), Systems (one volumne), 1:. ed. ; Triple Column, 68.
THREE METHODS, viz., Single and Double Column MONEY upon Personal Security, Bills of Sale, Freehold or Leasehold Property, for one, two, or three years, repayable investigate Titles, seeks an EMPLOYER, of Christian competent to draw Special Deeds and wills, and WATERLOW and Sons, London-wall, and through all Book
sellers. weekly, monthly, or qarterly. Bills promptly discounted, principle. High character. Salary S01:- Address * A. B.," Forms free on receipt of stamped envelope.
Mrs. Hutchinson's, 25, Chester-street, Toxteth-park, Liver. SITUATIONS VACANT continued on next page. EDWARD HARPER, Secretary. pool,
WHETSTON FACROSTICHTS, or DOUBLE
THEMEA ER Aandr.core.E RCGI AL publication
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Just published, à New Edition of
A NEW BOOK OF ACROSTICS. 'LMER'S PRACTICE in LUNACY; with
On Nov. So, handsomely bound in cloth gilt, gilt edges, toned and City Business.-Apply by letter, stating particulars of
paper, printed in colours, price 58., free by post, 5s. 3d., former engagements and Salary expected, to H.," care of
Statutes, General Orders and Index. Cloth 218.
. AW.-A Firm of Solicitors in Northamp
By VARIOUS HANDS.
Edited by " CRACK." appointments) have a VACANCY for an ARTICLED
This series of 86 vols., published at 701. 148., may now "You have not the book of riddles about you, have vou?" CLER - Addres "X." (1491), 10, Wellington-street, be had, in boards, for 361. cash.
-Merry Wives. Strand, London, W.C. *** In order to complete imperfect sets, any parts of vols.
London: HORACE Cox, 316, Strand, W.O. 14 to 36 inclusive will be furnished for a limited period. AW.-WANTED) an Assistant CLERK, London: STEVENS and Sons, 119, Chancery-lane.
Now ready. in an Office in the Country, who understands the
THE FIELD QUARTERLY MAGAZINE, ordinary work of a Solicitor's Office.- Address “ H. R. W." Now ready, 2 vols., royal 8vo, price £2 123. 63. cloth,
and REVIEW for NOVEMBER, containing (No. 1196), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., stating age,
The Game and Trespass Laws of Foreign countries. reference, service and salary required.
SURANCE. Fourth Edition. By DAVID MAC
The American Isthmus Canal. C. J. Lempriere, D.C.L.
The Building of Boats and Small Yachts. J.C. Wilcocks. AW.-WANTED, a CLERK, in a Solicitor's LACHLAN, Esq.. Barrister-at-Law.
The Bird of Fate.
London: Stevens and Sons. H. Sweet, and W. Maxwell and
Encounters with Wild Elephants of Ceylon. engross Deeds, draw Abstracts and ordinary Drafts, and
Greyhound Celebrities (pedigrees of). make himself generally useful. Salary 30s. per week. References as to ability and steadiness to be forwarded to Messrs. THE LAWYER'S COMPANION for 1872 Bison Shooting in India.
Wildfowl Shooting on Lake Erie.
Continental Shootings and Fishings.
Perch Prattle. Greville F.
Croquet in 1870-71. Cavendish. Edited by JOAN THOMPSON, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Yachting : From June to September. shire, having a large and extensive Conveyancing Practice
ning Young Horses. (one of the partners holding several public appointments), The work is strongly bound in cloth, and may be had as
Imitative Plants. J. Britton, F.L.S. have a VACANCY for an
under: Articled CLERK.-Address
The Frigate Bird at the Zoological Gardens. ARCHER and Sox, Solicitors, Ely, Cambridgeshire.
1. Plain, two days on a page
The Tapir at the Zoological Gardens, 2. Plain, two days on a page, interleaved for
And numerous Articles and Notes on Farming, Gardening, Attendances
7 0 AW.-WANTED, an experienced Gentle
and Natural History, 3. Ruled with faint lines, and money columns, for
Annual subscription 118.; or, 28. 6d. per number. two days on a page
5 6 in Conveyancing, Bankruptcy, and the general routine of an 4. Ruled with faint lines, and money columns, two
HORACE Cox, 846, Strand. attorney's office. --Apply to B.," care of Librarian of Law days on a page, interleaved for Attendances ... 80 Society. Cook-street, Liverpool, stating age, experience, and
5. Whole pape for each day, plain
Price 18., by post 18. 2d., salary required. 6. Whole page for each day, plain, interleaved for
96 A W.– WANTED immediately, in a
7. Whole page for each day, ruled with faint lines,
twenty engravings of various subjects, useful information
concerning the Queen and Government, Stamps, Taxes, and CLERK, fully competent to take the management of the
8. Whole page for each day, ruled with faint lines,
Post Office ; Acts of Parliament interesting to Country Bankruptcy and Liquidation Department, and if necessary
and money columns, and interleaved for Ato
Gentlemen; Weights and Measures ; Societies and Institutendances
10 6 without supervision.
- Apply, with references and salary required, to * A. X. K." (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street,
9. Ruled blue lines, without money columns, three
tions; Monthly Notes on Field Sports; Notes on Fishing and on a page
Shooting; the Farm, the Garden, and the Stable: Yachting Strand, W.C.
"The Lawyer's Companion is indeed what it is called,
Performances of the Year; a List of Yacht Clubs and their
Officers; also a List of Rowing Clubs and their Officers; a for it combines everything required for reference in the AW.-WANTED, a Gentleman (admitted) | lawyer's office."– Law Times, Dec. 5, 1870,
List of Hounds, their Masters, Whips, &c., &c. With other “We regard this book as an article indispensable in every
information interesting to Country Gentlemen. fair General Practice, including Advocacy, in Wales, where solicitor's office."--Law Journal, Nov. 11, 1870.
London: HORACE Cox, 346, Strand, W.C. there will be a prospect of a Partnership or Succession. A knowledge of Welsh desirable but not indispensable.
London: STEVENS AND Sons, 119, Chancery-lane. Address, stating age, qualifications, salary, and references,
NINTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. X. Y. Z." (No. 1497), 20, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.
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