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L AW.-A Gentleman, who has had many Decessary.
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MENT of every description
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young Solicitor of great experience in country, busi.
square. ness (chiefly Conveyancing) and family business,
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the WHOLE of, a good and respectable PRACTICE. and Abstracts under supervision, and keep Accounts. Good for three years at 54 per cent., and for five years at 6 per The highest references given and required. - Address references.-Address "W. W.," 16, High-street, Barton-oncent. per annum; also for longer periods, on terms to be “B. B.," care of Mr. Amer, Carey.street, Lincoln's-inn. Humber. ascertained at the Office of the Company, R. A. CAMERON, Secretary. AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, by a A W. – WANTED, by a Solicitor
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of England preferred. - Address “LEX," care of Thos, CLERK with a Solicitor of respectability -Address “F.A. Persons tendering must state rate of interest required and Clark, Esq., Solicitor, 9, Doughty-street, Bedford-row, Lon.
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AW. - A Gentleman experienced in Conin various sums.-RROOK and CHAPXAX, Solicitors, Abchurch-yard, London, E.C.
A W PARTNERSHIP-A Gentleman
office, and accustomed to advise Clients, desires a REENGAGEMENT. Good reference from the London firm
he is now quitting. --Address "X." (No. 1494), 10, Wellingof not less than 50001., ready to be ADVANCED on Country Conveyancing Practice, in a midland or southern approved landed securities, at 4 per cent.--Address "A. B.," county. Clerkship for a few months in order that an arrange
ton-street, Strand, W.C.
ment, mutually satisfactory,
AW.-A Gentleman, experienced in the
and the Conveyancing and Legal business connected there. : and other to be ADVANCED on approved Freehold Securities.--Apply to Messrs. Wilsox, AW PARTNERSHIPS.— KAIN, WITT, with, desires & RE-ENGAGEMENT after the ensuing
recess.-Address "A. B,," Mr. Harwar, Law Stationer, 48, FARRAR, PHILPOTT. Solicitors, Cranbrook, Kent.
Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. men, &c.), invite attention to their register of SELECTED
APPLICANTS having capital, influence, and ability. -69, AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser (who 10001. to 30001, and 4000!. ready for ADVANCE on Chancery.lane. Freehold Security.- Apply to "A. B." (No. 1491), 10, Wel.
has a thorough knowledge of the routine of a Solici.
tor's Office, a SITUATION AS Junior Common Law and lington-street, Strand, W.C.
General CLERK. Knows the Offices well, and would be ONEY.-TITHE RENTCHARGES.
Practices, Wanted and for Sale.
willing to make himself generally useful.- Address "ALPHA,"
care of Bruce and Ford, Law Stationers, Trump-street, of these, in one or two lots. Yorkshire or northern counties AW.-WANTED a small PRACTICE, or
Cheapside. preferred. -- Full particulars and price to be sent to GEORGE Kanyon, Solicitor, Thorne, near Doncaster.
AW.-BILL CLERK and BOOK-KEEPER. B. A.," Woodstock, Oxon.
-A Gentleman, terminating an engagement, will ONDON LOAN COMPANY. - MONEY
shortly be prepared to refill a similar position, either permaLENT from 51. to 5001, on Personal Security. Deeds,
nent or temporary. Has had great experience, and is well Situations, Wanted and Vacant.
qualified to draw Costs from the papers. Either in Town or shares, life policies, jewellery, plate, &c.- from one month to
Country. Highest references. Salary moderate. --Address three years-repayable by Instalments or otherwise. Bills discounted.--Office, 71, Fleet-street, E.C. Established 1860. AW.-A Gentleman (admitted 1865) desires
"B. C.," at Mrs. Badger's, Cross-hill, Shrewsbury. W. M. READ, Manager.
AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser either in Town or Country.-Address X.," 24, Doughty.
Has had good experience in Conveyancing, Common Law, or available security. in. terest repayable by instalments.
Commercial, and General Practice, and been accustomed to No preliminary fees. AW.-WANTED by a Gentleman who assist in Magisterial business, and generally: Moderate Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PERSONAL ADVANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), 14, South- ENGAGEMENT as Conveyancing or General CLERK.
salary required. Good references.-Address LEX" (No.
1495), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.O.
AW.-A Gentleman (aged 21), who has
and passed his Intermediate Examination, is desirous of (from w. upwards) to respectable householders in | Aged 24. Seven years in present situation. Good references. i having his articles TRANSFERRED to an office in a large the London district upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI. TURE without removal, repayable by easy instalments. -Apply, “J, M.;" 41, Queen-street, Camden-town, N.w. town,
where he may be employed in an extended sphere of
practice. His desire is for plenty of work and consequent No charge of any kind unless money advanced. As this
improvement.-Apply by letter to “J. H. W.," Post-office, does not emanate from an agent, applicants must apply
Holbeach, Lincolnshire. personally to Mr. BAUGRAN, 84, Southampton-buildings,
, super: preliminary fees to pretenders. Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying vision. A Country Office preferred. Apply to OMEGA *** (1491), 10, Wellington.street, Strand, London, W.O.
AW BOOK-KEEPING, by G J. KAIN,
F.S.S., of the firm of Kain, Witt, Bullen and Co., AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser, a Law Accountants (Costs Draftamen, &c. , 69. Chancery-lane,
THREE METHODS, viz., Single and Double Column (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.1850), 14, Rus. sell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, Ship-street, tionable references. --Address" F. H.," Post-office, North.
WATERLOW and Sons, London-wall, and through all Book. Brighton, and South-colonnade, Hastings, ADVANCES leach, Gloucestershire.
sellers. MONEY noon Personal Security, Bills of Sale, Freehold or Leasehold Property, for one, two, or three years, repayable Weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Bills promptly discounted. CLERK desires a permanent ENGAGEMENT, in or SITUATIONS WANTED and VACANT Forms free on receipt of stamped envelope.
near London. Age 37, married.--"M.” (No. 1494), 10. Wel. EDWARD HARPER, Secretary.
continued on next dage. lington-street, Strand, w.C.
MONEY: 25,0001 to be LENT an Landed Solicitors, Field court, Gray’s-inn, w.c.
LAWLEARTNERSIA ACCOankan Toote
EN (. MONEY Promptly ADVANCED moderne street, Mecklenburgh-square, W.C.
LAW. WANTED SITHKATIONS
THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A
HOUSE WITHOUT MONEY.
COST PERSONS ARE FAMILIAR with
LA Gentlemane (admittede sur years):
AW.-WANTED, by a young man of
Hononrs in Law and Arts, whose private PUPILS ancing CLERK, in a good office. Salary moderate.-Address have been invariably successful, meets CLASSES, six hours * LEX, 41, Elmore-street, Islington, W.
weekly, for the Preliminary, Intermediate, and Final. Fee,
Three, Five, and Six guineas respectively, for the term of A W. - The Advertiser (Law Society's ten weeks.--Apply" LL. D.,"1, Great Coram-street, Russell
Prizeman of last Trinity Term-fourth out of 200 square. candidater), desires a SITUATION as Managing CLERK in a Solicitor's Office. A Conveyancing business preferred.
AW PUPILS.-A Barrister, who has, with - Address E.T.C.," Messrs. Stuart and Massey, 5, Gray's. inn-square.
hundred students for examination, prior to admission as
Attorneys, many having obtained a prize, exclusive of one in AW.-WANTED.--A Solicitor desires in a Trinity Term 1869, the Clifford's Inn prizeman of Hilary month's time from this, a Conveyancing CLERK.
and a certificate of merit in Trinity Term 1870, RECEIVES SHIP in a Country Office. He has experience in the prac;
PUPILS for Intermediate or Final Examinations, to whom tice of Conveyancing, and has a knowledge of the general
he devotes five hours daily. Fee moderate.- For particulars, work of a Country Attorney's business. Accustomed to
or an interview, address “Mr. J.," Messrs. Stevens and adrice clients. --Address "K." (No. 1495), 10. Wellington
Sons, Law Booksellers, 119. Chancery lane, W.C.-N.B. street, Strand, London, W.C.
Classes are forming, limited in number, for the eusuing
Hilary and Easter Terms. AW.-Conveyancing or General Managing 30), sceks an ENGAGEMENT as above. Has had much
The ANNUAL MEETING of this Association will be experience, and the responsible Management of Conver- held on WEDNESDAY, the 29th inst., in the MIDDLE ancing ond other branches in good London offices during TEMPLE HALL, which has been kindly lent by the Hon. the past seven years.-Address "Lex," Mr. Jennings, news. Society of the Middle Temple for the occasion. The chair agent, North-end, Croydon.
will be taken by Sir ROUNDELL PALMER, Q.C., M.P.,
the President of the Association, at four p.m., when the AW.-A
mitted six years), Report of the Executive Committee of the Council will be
read. All those who are favourable to the objects of the veyancins CLERKSHIP. He was Articled in the Country, Association are invited to attend. passed with honour, and has since held a Clerkship in a 31, Carey-street, Lincolns' Inn. larse London Office, managing Chancery and Conveyancing matters. Unexceptionable references. --Address "LEX," 4, A W FORMS and PRECEDENTS Holborn Bars, W.C. AW.-SITUATION WANTED. The Carefully prepared and APPROVED FORMS of every
description, as used in the Chancery, Common Law, Proadvertiser has a good knowledge of Conveyancing and Magisterial business (especially that of a division in the
bate. Bankruptcy, and other Courts and Offices ; General Metropolis), also of the duties of a Vestry Clerk, and of
Forms, Notices, Letters, &c., in great variety; kept in parochial matters generally. No objection to the Country.
stock and supplied by Unexceptionable references.-Address“W, L.," Dispensary,
EVISON & BRIDGE Stratford, E.
(Successors to J. SULLIVAN), · WANTED, an experienced General CLERK, One thoroughly con versant with
LAW STATIONERS, PRINTERS, &c., 22 & 31, CHANCERY-LANE,
Catalogues forwarded Post Free.
Deeds and Writings Copied at the lowest Charges. willing to make himself generally useful.-Address, stating
SOLICITORS.-Office for PATENTS salary required, and references, to " P. A.,' care of Mr.
1, SERLE-STREET, LINCOLN'S-INN, W.C. Marshall, &, Brownlow-street, Bedford-row, London.
Messrs. DAVIES and HUNT, Patent Solicitors, continue to
procure BRITISH and FOREIGN PATENTS, &c., at AW.-A Firm of Solicitors in Northamp- most moderate charges, and to Solicitors at agency rates.
Solicitors and intending Patentees should obtain their arpointments) have & VACANCY for an ARTICLED "HANDBOOK FOR INVENTORS” gratis on application CLERK - Address (1491), 10, Wellington-street,
or by letter, Strand, London, W.C. AW.-A Firm of Solicitors, in Suffolk,
HASELTINE, LAKE, and Co.,, obtain Home,
Foreign and Colonial Patentsat reasonable charger;- Agents
All business transacted for SOLICITORS on agency
terms, and a commission given for the introduction of clients. AW.-WANTED, in the Country, a General "INTERNATIONAL PATENT OFFICE." (Established
CLERK, capable of drawing ordinary Drafts, and A.D. 1830.) snperintend the general business under the Principal.Address * T. M.." Redclif.gardens, South Kensington,
8. Southampton-buildings, London: 217, Broadway,
New York, and 23, Change-alley, Sheffield. S.W., stating salary and references.
BURCHELL and CO., Law and General the Country, a good Gencral CLERK, well up in Magisterial business, Costs, and Accounts. --Address, stating and all matters of a confidential nature attended to. French aze, references, and salary required, "G. S." (No. 1495), and Spanish spoken.-209, Gresham House, 24, Old Broad10. Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.
A. MULLETT, WANTED, in an office in the Country, a Conveyancing and General CLERK, well used to a Country office.-Salary Auction and Estate Offices, Albion House, Albion-place, not to exceed 1.707 per annuun.- Apply, lig letter only, to
Hyde-park-square, PROBATE VALUATIONS in town or ** X.” Messrs. Westhal and Roberts, No. 7, Leadenhall.
country at 11 per cent. Commission, including Inventories street, London,
and Certificates. Established 20 years. -A
LONDON GAZETTE (published by authority) and CLERK not admittedwho has had considerable experience
LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE of the duries of a Clerk of the Pence's office, and is conversant with Criminal law, and the general routine of County
No. 117, CHANCERY LANE, FLEET-STREET. business. Age from 2: to:). Salary 121. First-class refer. ENRY GREEN (many years with the late ences required. -Address "C. P.," Mr. G. Maclaran, Law Stationer, 13. Serle.street, Lincoln's-inn, London.
George Reynell) Advertisement Agent, begs to direct the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his long experience of upuards of twenty-five years, in the specia
insertion of all pro formá notices, &c., and hereby solicits UNDERTAKE the MANAGEMENT of the Common their continued support.---X.B. One copy of advertisement Law department of a London Firm in extensive practice. only required, and the strictest care and promptitude assured. He must possess a theoretical as well as practical know- Officially stamped forms for advertisements and tile of ledge, and be competent to prepare briefs and cases. A London Gazette kept. liberal salary will be given to a gentleman fully qualified for the engagement.--Address, by letter only, with full partienlars of past engagements, experience, age, salary required, &c., to " F.," care of Messrs. Reeves and Turner, Law Book
Sales by Juction. sellers, Chancery-lane, E.C.
of the Pianoforte Makers, by which anyone who Hire an Instrument and pays the Hire for that period boome tu ABSOLUTE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pre viously to the introduction of this plan it was 25 difficult for those of limited income to buy a loud Piduoti as o BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on ye" '? year, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and experidad as much money as would have bought the Punciorte several times over.
What will hold good for Pianofortes rill hold good for HOTSES; and there are many who would be dub: AVAIL THEMSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITI, I it afforded them, of becoming
THE OWNER OF A IZOUSE in the same way as they have already become the vinci i their pianoforte.
HAVE DETERMINED TO AFFORD
In pursuance of this resolution
are enabled to atford to the
AND OTIIERS A very ride CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES and the locality in which they are situated. The Paithap
which the Directors propose to proceed is
IN ALL CASES
WILL BE GIVEN
IS REQUIRED BY THE SOCIETY
THE REXT PAYABLE BY THE TEXANT
the Whole Term. Although the Number of years for payment of Rent is fixed
at Twelve and a-half, A SHORTER PERIOD MAY BE CHOSEN AT AN
ESSRS. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, and
FARMER'S LIST of ESTATES and HOUSES
Farms, Ground Rents, Rentcharges, House Property, and FINAL EXAMINATIONS. --Mr. E. H. BEDFORD'S Investments generally, is PUBLISHED on the first day of CLASSES for the above EXAMINATIONS commenced
each month, and may be obtained, free of charge, at their on MONDAY, the 4th SEPT. -9, King's Bench-walk,
Offices, 80, Cheapside, E.C., or will be sent by post in return Temple.
for two stamps.
Particulars for insertion should be
received not later than four days previous to the end of the AW EXAMINATIONS.-A Solicitor, a
preceding month. Graduate of Oxford, READS with GENTLEMEN for their PRELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE, and FINAL EXAMINATIONS.-Address "M. A.," Messrs.
pleasure to announce that they have COMMENCED Fletcher and Co., 11. Staple-inn, London, W.C.
BUSINESS at No. 11, IRONMONGER-LANE, GRES.
HAM-STREET, BANK, E.C., as Auctioneers, Surveyors, AW EXAMINATIONS. - The Editor of Land and Estate Agents, Valuers of Machinery and Plant, The Televrem-eislıt of whose pupils obtained honours
general Valuers, and Mortgage Brokers. at one examination-ha- FINAL and INTERMEDIATE
Mr. IMPEY has had upwards of twenty years' experience CLASSES rending for next Hilary and Easter Terms,
in the business, and for the last eight years has occupied the Apply Mr. ANER, Linooln's-inn-gate, W.C.
important position of City Manager to the eminent firm of
Mr.JACKSON, as a practical Engineer, has been engaged experience and ability PREPARES Candidates for
of Machinery and Plant, and will personally conduct this the INTERMEDIATE and FINAL EXAMINATIONS
branch of the basmens. by means of Corresponience, in strict confidence. Terms Messrs. IMPEY and JACKSON trust by their united from Two Guineas. --Address:" ALPHA," 20, St. Paul's-road,
efforts and attention to matters with which they may be Highbury, N.
entrusted, to merit a share of the public support. AW EXAMINATIONS.-A Gentleman at
New System of Purchasing a House,
MAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS: 1. Persons of Limited Income, Clerks, Shopman, others, may, by becoming Tenants of the BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY. be placed at once in a posinon independence as regards their Landlord,
2. Their RENT CANNOT BE RAISED. 8. They CANNOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES. SION so long as they pay their Rent.
4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable. 5. They can leave the House at any time withont antice, rent being payable only to the time of giving ap posses:.
6. If circumstances compel them to leave the House before the completion of their Twelve and a half years' Tenancy, they can Sub-let the House for the remainder ni! the Term, or they can Transier their right to another Tenant.
7. Finally, NO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY iny kind is incurred, berond the Payment of Rent by those sho ncquire Houses by this New System.
The BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY hare on their List several HOUSES, which they are prepared to LETON he ELVE DA HA YEARS SY-TEV, ardin Dany cases linmediate Po-session may be obtaird.
the Bar (Bachelor of Laws in honours), PREPARES in Chainbers or throush the post for the INCORPORATED LAW BOCIETY, the BAR, and London LL. B. References to former just received a consignment of No.S MANILLA CIGARS,
and Co., uf 14, St. Mary Axe, London, E. C., ha79 and present pripils will he viven. Terms moderate. in excellent condition, in boxes of 500 each. Price 508. per Address "LL.B., care of Messrs. Reeves and Turner, Law box. Orders to be a companied by a remittance. Booksellers, 10.1, Chancery-lane, W.C.
N.B.-Sample boxes of 100, 108, 6d.
The Terms on which Honses can be placed on this Rexister may be obtained on application to
FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager.