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SAMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE

Legal Notices.
OVERCOATS IN EVERY SPECIALITY. BOROUGH OF DOVOR, in the

ANNUITIES AND REVERSIONS.
REVERSIONARY INTEREST

SOCIETY.
68, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.
CHAIRMAN.-Sir W.J. Alexander, Bart., Q.O.

DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN. - Alfred H. Shadwell, Esq. Reversions and Life Interests purchased. Immediate and Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Reversionary and Contingent Interests.

Loans may also be obtained on the security of Reversions. Annuities, Iminecliate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also Endowments, granted on favourable terms.

Prospectuses and Ferms of Proposal, and all further infor mation, may be had at the office.

C. B. CLABON, Sec.

NIN

County of KENT. DIOKESON, Mayor.-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

That the Court of Quarter Session of the Peace of and for VERCOATS IN EVERY NEW SHAPE. the said Borough and the Liberties of the same, will be

holden before Sir WILLIAM HENRY BODKIN, Knight, Recorder of the said Borough, at the Sessions House, of

and in the said Borough, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of CINE CLASSES, REPRESENTING NINE DECEMBER inst, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the foreQUALITIES.

noon, at which time and place all persons bound by recogni. sance or that have any other business to do at the said Ses.

sion are hereby required to attend. VERY CLASS of SUPERIOR STYLE Appeals will be first heard, and Notice of every Appeal and FINISH.

intended to be tried must be given to the Clerk of the Peace

Two clear Days at least before the Session.
VERY CLASS UNAPPROACHED in

LEDGER, Clerk of the Peace.

Dovor, 5th Dec., 1871.
FIT and QUALITY.

N.B.--Persons having Traverses to try at the said Session,
are to give eight days' notice of trial, and the like notice
is to be given in all cases of appeal, not provided for by the
12th and 13th Victoria, chapter 15, or by any other Act of
Parliament.

EVER
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IMPERIAL CUMPFE INSURANCE

Overcoats,
Beavers.

Overcoats,

Real

Irish Friezes.

Ulster
Travelling
Irish Friezes.

CLASS.

Ulster Witnoys,

Elysians,
Cheviots Pilots.

Overcoats, Meltons,

Diagonals,
Cheviots.

Overcoats,
New Mixed
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Graduate of Oxford, READS with GENTLEMEN

for their PRELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE, and Cuer OFFICE--No.1, Old Broad-street, London,

FINAL EXAMINATIONS.-Address "M. A.," Messrs. BRANCH OFFICE-No. 16, Pall-Mall, London.

Fletcher and Co., 11, Staple-inn, London, W.C.
INSTITUTED 1820.

AW EXAMINATIONS.—A Gentleman at
The Liabilities are, in respect of Sums Assured and
Bonuses, 2,766,0001, and in respect of Annuities, 16261. per

21s.

21s. 21s.

in Chambers or through the post, for the INCORPORATED LAW annum. The Assets actually Invested in First-class Securities

SOCIETY, the Bar, and London LL.B. References to former 28s.

42s.

42s. 288. amount to 987,971.

28s. and present papils will be given. Terms moderate. Of the Subscribed Capital of 750,0001. only 75,0007. is paid

Address "LL.B.," care of Messrs. Reeves and Turner, Law up:

33s.

50s.
50s. 33s. 338.

Booksellers, 100, Chancery-lane, W.C.
All kinds of Assurance effected at moderate rates and on

MEMBER of the BAR, a graduate in very liberal conditions. The accounts of the Office for the last financial year, re

42s.
42s.
60s.
60s. 42s. 42s.

Hononrs in Law and Arts, whose private PUPILS turned to the Board of Trade in compliance with The Life

have been invariably successful, meets CLASSEN, six hours Assurance Companies' Act 1870, together with prospectuses,

50s. 50s. 70s.

70s.
50s. 50s.

weekly, for the Preliminary, Intermediate, and Final. Fee, may be had on application.

Three, Five, and Six guineas respectively, for the term of ANDREW BADEN Actuary and Manager.

ten weeks.-Apply" LL.D.,"1, Great Coram-street, Russell55s. 55s.

84s. 558. 55s. square. UNION FIRE AND LIFE

and 65s.

65s. 658. INSURANCE COMPANY.

FINAL EXAMINATIONS.--Mr. E. H. BEDFORD'S

CLASSES for the above EXAMINATIONS commenced Chief Office.--126, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, W.C.

70s.

70s. 70s.

on MONDAY, the 4th SEPT. -9, King's Bench-walk, Capital.-ONE MILLION STERLING.

Temple. Fully subscribed by upwards of 450 Shareholders, nearly all

84s.

848.
81s.

AW PUPILS.-A Barrister, who has, with of whom are members of the Legal Profession. CHAIRMAN.--Sir William Foster, Bart., Norwich.

All sizes of Guide to Patterns Illustra. New style DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN.-James Cuddon, Esq., Barrister-at-Law

hundred stadents for examination, prior to admission as every class for self

of every ted in Goldsmith's-building, Temple.

of linings Attorneys, many having obtained a prize, exclusive of one in immediate use measure- class different for

Trinity Term 1 sdy, the Clifford's Inn priz-man of Hilary The Capital Subscribed and Funds in hand amount to

or to

ment sent sent styles. overupwards of 1,300,0001., affording unquestionable security.

and a certificate of merit in Trinity Term 1870, RECEIVES measure.

free.
free.

coats. PUPILS for Intermediate or Final Examinations, to whom The Directors invite attention to the new form of Life

he devotes tive hours daily. Fee moderate.- For particulars, Policy, which is free from all conditions.

AMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE or an interview, address "Mr. J.," Messrs. Stevens and The Company ADVANCES Money on Mortgage of Life

HILL.

Sons, Law Booksellers, 119, Chancery - lane, W.C.-N.B. Interests and Reversions, whether absolute or contingent,

Classes are forming, limited in number, for the ensuing Prospectuses, copies of the Directors' Report, and Annual Balance Sheet, and every information sent post free on appli- INTER SUITS in EVERY SPE- Hilary and Easter Terms. cation to

CIALITY

AW.-LEGAL PRELIMINARY EXAMI. FRANK MÄGEDY, Actuary and Secretary.

above, can be PREPARED by a Barrister of experience in AW PROPERTY and LIFE ASSURANCE

Tuition, on very Moderate Terms. --Apply toC.P.," care of SOCIETY, 30, Essex-street, Strand, London,

Mr. Amer, Law Bookseller, Lincoln's-inn Gate, CareyCAPITAL, £250,000.

street, w.c. DIRECTORS.

AW COSTS AND ACCOUNTS.Ralph T. Brockman, Esq., Folkestone.

F. FARRIES, SEN., begs to inform the Profession in Edward W. Cox, Serjeant-at-Law, 36, Russell-square.

Town or Country that he CONTRACTS to DRAW COSTS Geo. Fred. Fox, Esq., Bristol.

and KEEP the BOOKS for a given sum per annum; he also 36s. E. E. P. Kelsey, Esq., The Close, Salisbury.

12s 6d 16s.

desires to inform the Profession in the Country that he John Mead, Esq., 2, King's-bench-walk, Temple.

arranajes AGENCY on equitable terms.-50,

Chancery-lane H. Paull, Esq., M.P., 33, Devonshire-place.

42s. 21s. 49s.

14s.
208.
168 6d

A W FORMS and PRECEDENTS.
MEDICAL ADVISEB.
Henry Thompson, M.B., F.R.C.S., 35, Wimpole-street.

50s.
26s. 57s.

16s. 24s. 21s. CONSULTING ACTUARY-F. G. P. Neison, Esq., F.S.S.

Carefully prepared and APPROVED FORMS of every SECRETARY-Edward S. Barnes, Esq.

description, as used in the Chancery, Common Law, Pro-
599.
33s. 88s.

28s.
24s.

bate. Bankruptcy, and other Courts and Offices; General

Forms, Notices, Letters, &c., in great variety ; kept in 758. 42s. 83s.

22s. .

stock and supplied by

EVISON & BRIDGE
No. 81, CORNHILL,
45s.

(Successors to J. SULLIVAN), And 70, BAKER-STREET, Portman-square, London,

LAW STATIONERS, PRINTERS, &c., 22 & 31, CHANCERY-LANE, Instituted in the Reign of Queen Anne A.D. 1714.

948.
55s.

38s.
33s.

W.C.
DIRECTORS, TRUSTEES, &c.

Catalogues fortcarded Post Free.
James Bentley, Esq.
J. Remington Mills, Esq. 102s,
60s.

Deeds and Writings Copied at the lowest Charges. Daniel Britten, Esq.

Joseph Trueman Mills, Esq.
Charles Charrington, Esq. John Morley, Esq.
Beriah Drew, Esq.
John Thornton Rogers, Esq.

116s. 70s.
130s.

10 SOLICITORS.- Office for PATENTS John Hibbert, Esq. George Smith, Esq.

1, SERLE-STREET, LINCOLN'S-INN, W.C.
All sizes of Guide to Patterns
Edmund Holland, Esq. Stephen Soames, Esq.

High
Boys'

Messrs. DAVIES and HUNT, Patent Solicitors, continue to
every class, for self.
W. Foster White, Esg.

of every

Suits Wm, Burrowes Lewis, Esq.

Class procure BRITISH and FOREIGN PATENTS, &c., at immediate use measure- class E. Heysham Wood, Esq.

noted for Wm. Liddiard, Esq.

Style

most moderate charges, and to SOLICITORS at agency rates. or to

ment sent sent Hard and George Meek, Esq. Sir Digby Wyatt.

Solicitors and intending Patentees should obtain their measure.

free.

free.
Wear

Quality "HANDBOOK FOR INVENTORS" gratis on application The Funds of the Company are invested exclusively in

or by letter, first-class securities, and amount to more than 1,250,0002.;

NAMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATEand the annual income from all sources is over 180,0001.

HILL.

ETTERS PATENT for INVENTIONS.The Directors are ready to receive proposals for insuring property generally, at equitable rates against the risk of

HASELTINE, LAKE, and Co., obtain Home, FIRE. All losses promptly and liberally settled.

VHE IRISH FRIEZE ULSTER COATS in various parts of the world.

Foreign and Colonial Patents at reasonable charges ;-Agents An Insurance may be made for seven years by prepay. ment of six times the annual premium.

All business transacted for SOLICITORS on agency The advantages offered by the LIFE DEPARTMENT of are illustrated in all the fashionable styles in the NEW terms and a commission given for the introduction of clients. this Company are :BOOK of FASHIONS, containing Forty-three Figures,

"INTERNATIONAL PATENT OFFICE.” (Established Its age and large capital afford perfect security. Thirty-seven of which are adorned with the Portraits of

A.D. 1850.) The premiums are very moderate.

Princes, Poets, and Painters. Post free for six stamps, The bonuses distributed have been large. deducted from a purchase. Patterns sent free.

No. 8, Southampton-buildings, London: 247, Broadway, The published Accounts give the fullest details as to the

New York, and 23, Change-alley, Sheffield. position of the Society. CLEMENT J. OLDHAM, Secretary. VAMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE W. Agents. Evidence collected and classified. Elections

BURCHELL and CO., Law and General HILL, LONDON.

and all matters of a confidential nature attended to. French OF LIFE

and Spanish spoken.-209, Gresham House, 24, Old BroadAccidents cause Loss of Time. Accidents cause Los

street, E.C. of Money.

THE SANS-PLIS SHIRT. Provide against Accidents of All Kinds by INSURING with the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COM.

REGISTERED Nov. 1848.

BOOKER, and Co., the Hyde Park and Portman PANY. An Annual Payment of 31. to 61. 5s. insures 10001. at

Auction and Estate Offices, Albion House, Albion-place, death, or an Allowance at the rate of 61. per week for injury. 565,0007, have been paid as compensation, one out of every

Specially adapted to meet the wants

Hyde-park-square, PROBATE VALUATIONS in town or

country at 16 per cent. Commission, including Inventories twelve Annual Policy holders becoming a claimant each

of

and Certificates. Established 20 years. year.-- For particulars apply to the Clerks at the Railway

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS Stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 64, Cornhill

LONDON GAZETTE (published by authority) and and 10, Regent-street, London.

LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary

GENTLEMEN OF SEDENTARY PURSUITS No. 117, CHANCERY-LANE, FLEET-STREET. of

Ease Combined with a Perfect Fit.

CENRY GREEN (many years with the late TARY, not necessarily a person practised in Fire Insurance

Patterns and Particulars of Measure

the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his business. Common law knowledge and experience will form

ment free by post.

long experience of upwards of twenty-five years, in the specia a recommendation, but are not essential.- Apply by letter

insertion of all pro formá notices, &c., and hereby solicits only, with full particulars of antecedents and qualifications,

their continued support.-N.B. One copy of advertisement to the Chairman of the Fire Offices Committee, 63, Thread. BURDEN AND KEER, only required, and the strictest care and promptitude assured, needle-street, London, E.C. References may be given, but

Officially stamped forms for advertisements and file of no Testimonials sent till asked for.

51, CONDUIT-STREET, BOND-STREET. London Gazette kept.

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29, CARTER-LANE, DOCTORS’-COMMONS, LONDON, E.C., AND IVY BRIDGE HOUSE, OAKFIELD

ROAD, PENGE, SURREY, S.E. Undertakes the Negotiation of Mortgages and Loans on the security of Freehold, Leasehold, and other bona fide securities, Borough and other Rates authorised by Act of Parliament, at the lowest possible rates of interest compatible with the nature of the security offered. Also Sales of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Ground Kents.

Money to Lend. £115,000 ON GOOD ENGLISH OR SCOTCH LAND AT 4 PER CENT. £50,000 ON FREEHOLD PROPERTY AT 41 TO 5 PER CENT. £47,500 ON ENGLISH LAND AT 4 PER CENT. £16,000 ON DITTO AT 3 PER CENT. £550,000 ON FREEHOLD LAND AT 3 TO 45 PER CENT.

Money üdanted.

£125,000 ON GOOD LEASEHOLD SECURITY IN SUMS OF £2,500 UP TO £70,000 AT 5 PER CENT.

£25,000 FIRST-CLASS BOROUGH RATES AT 4 PER CENT. FOR TEN YEARS.-N.B. THIS IS A FIRST CHARGE UNDER A RECENT ACT OF PARLIAMENT, AND THE BONDS BEAR THE COUNTER SIGNATURE OF A SECRETARY OF STATE.

£20,000 ON FIRST-CLASS BOROUGH RATES AT 4 PER CENT. FOR FIVE OR SEVEN YEARS. £22,500 ON FIRST-CLASS BOROUGE RATES AT 4 PER CENT. FOR FIVE OR SEVEN YEARS.

£200,000 REQUIRED AT 4 PER CENT. INTEREST ON THE SECURITY OF A LIFE INTEREST IN LANDED ESTATES IN ENGLAND, TOGETHER WITH AN AMPLE AMOUNT OF POLICIES EFFECTED IN FIRST-CLASS OFFICES. THE RENTALS OF THE ESTATES FAR EXCEED THE AMOUNT FOR PAYMENT OF INTEREST AND PREMIUMS ON THE POLICIES.

£30,000 REQUIRED AT 5 PER CENT. INTEREST ON FREEHOLD PROPERTY, COMPRISING EXTENSIVE WORKS AT NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, VALUED AT UPWARDS OF £50,000.

ONLY PRINCIPALS OR THEIR SOLICITORS ARE EVER TREATED WITH BY MR. UNDERWOOD.

MESURSE LLEN TOUC BULL, Hd PCOOPER

SECOND-HAND GUNS,

OR

Sales by Suction.
TO EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS

ME
ESSRS. JOHNSON, WALKER, and

TOLHURST,

DIAMOND MERCHANTS and WHOLESALE Valuable Law Library and other books, comprising upwards SILVER PLATE, DIAMONDS,

JEWELLERS. of 2500 vols.

ESTABLISHED 1854, will SELL by AUCTION, on the PREMISES, JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU, Value Plate, Diamonds, and Jewels, for probate ; or purchase No. 46, Gower-street, on TUESDAY, the 19th day of

&c., DECEMBER, 1871, at TWELVE for One o'clock, a valu.

0, ALDERSGATE-STREET, CITY. able LAW LIBRARY, comprising 100 vols. of the Law Journal Reports, together with a quantity of part ditto, CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE,

RIFLES, and Blackstone's Commentaries, Statutes at Large (18 vols.),

REVOLVERS, Cooke's Bankrupt Laws (several editions), Burn's Justice, and other works by eminent authors. Catalogues may be PURCHASED IN ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL

By all the Best Makers, had of

VALUE FOR CASH. Messrs. LINKLATER, HACKWOOD, ADDISON,

Large Stock of and BROWN, Solicitors, 7, Walbrook;

of Messrs. JAMES WADDELL and co., Accountants,

CENTRAL-FIRE AND PIN BREECH-LOADERS. 7, Poultry; On the Premises; and of the Auctioneers, 8, Bucklersbury, D. & J. WELLBY,

LARGE BORES FOR INDIA. E.C.

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY,

PLATE, JEWELLERY, AND WATCHES SECOND Wines.-By order of the Mortgagee, to cover Advances. AND PRECIOUS STONES,

. will AUCTION

VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND. DECEMBER, 12, at Twelve for One,

the STOCK
of 550

LONDON. dozens of WINES, comprising East India, Amoroso, Amon.

Catalogue of Guns, &c., sent on receipt of 3 Stamps. tillado, and Montilla

Sherries, shipped by Pico, Misa, Duff Gordon, Cosens, and Ruskin; old bottled Ports, shipped by

INAHAN'S LL WHISKY. and Sandeman's 1851; Moet and Chandon's Perrier

Jouet's,

. Duc de Montebello, and other Champagnes; sparkling Hock and Moselle, Chateau Margaux Claret; and rare 1837 vintage

This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the Cognac Brandy, &c.

ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS.

very May be viewed and tasted by order one day prior, at the

CREAM OF IRISH WHISKIES, cellars, 26, Chancery-lane, ond samples had upon payment,

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT

In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome and catalogues at the Auction Offices, 28, Chancery-lane.

than tble Anest Cognac Brandy. Note the words “Kinahan's LL.” on seal, label, and cork.-Wholesale Depot, ba, Grest

MR. HA ROUMIN D, Chance-Tano, ATOESDOAN20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN,

Secondhand Plate, Jewelries &c., for sale, at Trade KIN

MESSRS:E DEBENHAM ATEWSON. 196 THE SIDNEY SEED SOWER, Löchteld strierOktorulanceh, W.

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LIST of ESTATES and HOUSES

FOR ALL SORTS SIZES OF to be SOLD or LET, including Landed Estates, Town and

AND FLOWER SEEDS. Country Residences, Hunting and Shooting Quarters,

IRANT'S MORELLA CHERRY BRANDY, Farms, Ground Rents, Rentcharges, House Property, and

Small size, 28. 6d. each; large size, 58. each.

Supplied to Her Majesty

the Queen.-This delicions Investinents generally, is PUBLISHED on the first day of each month, and may be obtained, free of charge, at their avoided, as all kinds of seeds can be sown in any quantity also recommended by the Medical Profession as a valuable By using this band sower, after thinning out may be Liqueur, from the famous Kent Morella, supersedes Wine in

many Households-is much favoured by Sportsmen, and is Offices, 80, Cheapside. E.C., or will be sent by post in return for two stamps. Particulars for insertion should be

required by regulating the Tonic in cases of weakness. Order of any Wine Merchabi, received not later than four days previous to the end of the

slide, either for drills, broad

or direct of T. Grant, Distillery, Maidstone. 428. per done,

cast, or in pots. preceding month.

cash. Carriage paid.
By an inside fitting in the
large size Sower, Grass Seed

and Peas will pass freely, and pleasure to announce that they have COMMENCED

be spread with the same reguBUSINESS at No. 11, IRONMONGER-LANE, GRES.

larity as the smallest flower HAM-STREET, BANK, E.C., as Auctioneers, Surveyors,

LAMPLOUGH'S

seed, by regulating the slide. Land and Estate Agents, Valuers of Machinery and Plant, general Valuers, and Mortgage Brokers.

Sold by the agents for the

PYRETIC SALINE Mr. IMPEY has had upwards of twenty years' experience

patentee, Messrs. CARTER, in the business, and for the last eight years has occupied the

DUNNETT, and BEALE, important position of City Manager to the eminent firm of

Seed Merchants, 237, High
Debenham,
Tewson, and Farmer.

Holborn; and Messrs. POL-
Mr.JACKSON, as a practical Engineer, has been engaged

LARD, JEPHSON, and

By Vitalising and Invigorating the Blood has pecnliar and for many years in the Construction, Erection, and Valuation

CO., Agricultural Engineers,

remarkable properties in Headache. Sea or Bilious Sickness, of Machinery and Plant, and will personally conduct this

Bear. garden, New Park.

preventing and curing Small Pox, Hay, Scarlet, and other branch of the business.

street, Southwark,

Fevers. It is admitted by all users to form the most agnie

To be able, portable, vitalising Summer Beverage. Sold by most Messrs. IMPEY and JACKSON trust by their united

obtained of all Seedsmen efforts and attention to matters with which they may be

And Ironmongers in

chemists, and the Maker.

town entrusted, to inerít a share of the public support. and country. A liberal allowance to the Trade.

H. LAMPLOUGH, 113, Holborn-hill, London.

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Price (with Reports), 1s. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1871.

Without Reports, 9d. Money, Wanted and to end.

, AW.-WANTED, by a Solicitor, admitted

27, wishes to ENTER a Solicitor's Office with a view IMPROVEMENT of

to a PARTNERSHIP. Capital at command. - Address CLERK, under supervision, where the business is chietly "S.," Post-office, Clifton, Bristol.

Common Law and Conveyancing. Has had some experience of

practice before magistrates, and at County Court. Good CHISEMENT COMPANY (incorporated by special Act of

.

references.--Address "Solicitor," Post-office, Birmingham. Parliament) is empowered, subject to the approval of the Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales, to AD. VANCE MONEY to the Owners of Settled and other Conveyancing Office, in London, or within thirty miles, by a

AW.-Conveyancing CLERK.-WANTED, Estates, for the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and

Solicitor of good position and attainments (aged 26). Small COTTAGES, and for the DRAINAGE, RECLAMATION,

premium.-Address "D. R." 21, Gower-street, London. MENT in London as Conveyancing CLERK and (if reand general Improvement of LANDED Property in any

quired) to assist generally in the business. Partnership, or part of the United Kingdom; the amount borrowed being

AW

MESSRS. mangagement with a view to Partnership, preferred. mnade repayable by Annual Instalments spread over a period

"E. F." (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, w.o. not exceeding twenty-five years.

the Partnerships which have been arranged through their The Company is also prepared to receive applications agency have given very great satisfaction; and as they have from limited owners in England to advance Money for always on their Register numerous applicants seeking occu.

(aged 23, just passed his Final Examination). a the ERECTION or COMPLETION of MANSIONS, pation for time and capital, they are in a position to intro

SITUATION as Assistant CLERK in the Conveyancing or STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS, and for the improve- duce without delay gentlemen fully competent to render

Chancery Department of a London Office. Practice the ment of and additions to Houses capable of conversion essential service to any Solicitor who may require assistance

chief object. - Address "Y. Z.," care of Mr. Amer, Low into Mansion Houses ; also for enabling landowners to in the conduct of his business.-45, Fleet-street.

Bookseller, Lincoln's-inn-gate, Carey-street, W.O. subscribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCTION of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, AW PARTNERSHIPS.- KAIN, WITT,

AW.-Conveyancing and General CLERKwhich will promote the Improvement of their Property: The expenses ircident to the transaction are paid by

(admitted), with a view to a Partnership or otherwise. Has the Company, and added to the amount to be charged on

men, &c.), invite attention to their register of SELECTED had great experience in Magisterial. Union, and other the Estate. No investigation of the landowner's title is

APPLICANTS having capital, influence, and ability. -69, branches of the profession, and would assist generally if necessary. Chancery-lane.

required. References, &c.-Address “H.," The Poplars, The Company is also enabled to make advances for the

Over, near Gloucester. Enfranchisement of Copyholds, the amount of consideration money being charged on the enfranchised lands, and repaid Practices, un anted and for Sale.

AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser (aged by a rentcharge spread over twenty-five years.

24, unmarried), a RE-ENGAGEMENT as General Terms and further particulars may be obtained of Messrs,

CLERK. Can Draw all ordinary Drafts,

Abstracts, Costs, Rawlence and Squarey, 22, Great George-street, Westminster, AW PRACTICE.-For immediate SALE, good Accountant, Copy and Engross, if required, and S.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs. Ashurst, Morris, and Co..

thoroughly versed with the routine of a country Solicitor's Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.; of Messrs. Gillespie worth over 6002. per annum. Price moderate:- Apply

Office. Ten years' and a half experience. Good references. and Paterson, W.S., 81A, George-street, Edinburgh, agents (quoting No. 2081) to Kain, Witt, Bullen, and Co., Law

-Address "W. Y." (No. 1498), 10, Wellington-street, Strand. for the Company in Scotland; and at the Offices of the Company. T. PAIN, Managing Director.

Accountants, Costs Draftsmen, &c., 69, Chancery-lane, AW. - WANTED.-A Solicitor desires in a

W.C.
EDWIN GARROD, Secretary.
Land, Loan, and Enfranchisement Company,

SHIP in a Country Office. He has experience in the prac. No. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, s.w.

tice of Conveyancing, and has a knowledge of the general

Situations, Wanted and Vacant. work of a Country Attorney's business. Accustomed to DEBENTURES AT 5, 51, and 6 PER CENT.

advise clients. Salary expected from 1801 to 2001. per

annum.-Address K." (No. 1493), 10, Wellington-street, U DIRECTORS are prepared to issue DEBENTURES

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in Town or Country. - For terms SOLICITORS.

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AW.-The Advertiser, who is experienced A. J. Rotse, Architect and Surveyor, 21, Bramley-road, in or near London, Palary not an object.–Address "S.A.

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be given.--Apply, stating locality, to "Lex," John Scott, on Landed Security.-Apply to Messrs. BROADBENT and HEELis, Solicitors, Bolton.

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in present employment.-Address H.D.," 29, Great St.
Helen's, E.C.

Clerk's Office. Good references indispensable.--Apply to of not less than 50001.. ready to be ADVANCED ON approved landed securities, at 4 per cent. --Address "A. B." AW.-WANTED, immediately, a

Mr. SOUTHALL, Solicitor, Worcester.
Messrs. Wetherby, 9, Birchin.lane, London.

SITUATION as Common Law and Conveyancing or AW.-WANTED, a good LAW WRITER,
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Several years' experience. - Address to

and endorse deeds. Salary 254. per week.--- Apply, with speci. (trust_moneys) and 10001. ready to be ADVANCED “Y. Z." (No. 1498), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.O.

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Advertiser can prepare

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First-class references.-Address "D." (1498), 10, Wellington. severing

habits. Also a Copying, CLERK.-Apply, stating

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lington-street, Strand, w.o. terest repayable by instalments. No preliminary fees. Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PER

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Solicitors, Shethield.
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lington-street, Strand, W.C.

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years' practical experience in Common Law, and who

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Just published, in demy 8vo. pp. xxxii., 780), cloth, price 214. tonshire (one of the partners holding several public appointments) have a VACANCY for an ARTICLED

PRACTICE in ;

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Statutes, General Orders and Index. Cloth 218.

RELATING TO
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Now ready, 2 vols., royal 8vo, price £2 128. 6d. cloth, shire, having a large and extensive Conveyancing Practice

Embracing the Law of Copyright, the Law relating to (one of the partners holding several public appointments), have a VACANCY for an Articled CLERK.-Address SURANCE. Fourth Edition. By DAVID MAC- Publishers, Printers, &c., and the Law of Libel. With the ARCHER and Sox, Solicitors, Ely, Cambridgeshire. LACHLAN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

Statutes relating thereto, Forms of Agreements betrea London : Stevens and Sons. H. Sweet, and W. Maxwell and Authors, Publishers, &c., and Forms of Pleadings. AW.-WANTED, an experienced Gentle

Son.

By JOHN SHORTT, man (admitted) capable of taking a responsible part

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OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW; attorney's office.-Apply to B.," care of Librarian of Law

COUNTY COURTS GUIDE for 1872. Society. Cook street, Liverpool, stating age, experience, and

Joint Editor of " The Law of Railway Companies" and" The

No. salary required.

New Editions.

8. d. 1. Page a day

County Courts Acts, Rules, and Orders." 60

4 0

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3. Half-page a day

4 0 4. Ditto (Diary and Calendar only)

2 6

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. CLERK, fully competent to take the management of the 5. Week at an opening

2 6 Bankruptcy and Liquidation Department, and if necessary 6. Ditto (Diary and Calendar only) - ..

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subjects of the Law of Copyright and the Law of Libel. and quired, to "A. X. K."" (No. 1497), 10, Wellington-street, demy sro., superior thick paper.

Ruled with faint blue lines, with or without cash columns,

both

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Copyright, being altogether founded on statute, requires for its Printed and published by Evison and BRIDGE, 22 and 31,

proper treatment rather diligence and accuracy than any other Chancery-lane.

qualities, and these Mr. Shortt has brought to bear apon it PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY for

most conscientiously. The Law of Libel, on the other hand, GREAT BRITAIN is now in course of formation HORTHAND.

both from its own inherent nature, and from the present cot. PHONO

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book olan rresent and in the future. A Prospectus will be sent to any Public Institutions attended.

in anything which has appeared on the subject since Mr. person addressing by letter, "The Psychological Society,"

at
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Starkie wrote."--Solicitors' Journal,
the Office of The Quarterly Journal of Science, Bog.court,
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“It is but just to the author to say that his work is admira In the Press, and shortly will be Published.

bly written and carefully compiled. It is an exhaustive Just published, price 28. 6d.

treatise, for every department of the subject is dealt

with. TREATISE UPON INDICTMENTS, The Law of Libel is fully treated, and the chapters on . Pri

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Interest' are specially worthy of commendation. Besides a COXTENTS : -- I. Introduction. II. The Facts and Phe. HORACE Cox, Law Times Office, 10, Wellington-street,

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