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LIFE the costs of surveys, investigations, plans, analyses, fc., con. LIMITED). nected with the railways and mines, and this is the only

INSURANCE COMPANY. purchase consideration in addition to the royalty alreauly Chief Office.--126, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, W.C. Incorporated under the Companies' Acts, 1962 and 1867.

mentioned,
The company have, hy their articles of association adopted

Capital.-ONE MILLION STERLING. Capital 500,0001. in 10.000 Shares of 501. each.

an agreement, dated the 21st day of November 1871, madde Fully subscribed by upwards of 150 Shareholders, nearly all 21. to be paid on application and 8. on Allotment. 57. in between Sir John Brown and William Fowler, Esq., and

of whom are members of the Legal Profession. Six Months; 31. in Nine Months; 67, in Twelve Months. Frederick Oldershaw Smithers, Esq., trustee for the com

CHAIRMAN.-Sir William Foster, Bart., Norwich. pany, whereby the company will acqnire the mines in per- DEPUTY.CHAIRMAN: --Jarnes Cncidon, Exq., Barrister-at-Law Further Calls, not erceeding 57. per Share, may be made at petuity, subject to a royalty of 18. 3d. per ton of 21cwt., which

Goldsmith's-buikling, Temple. intervals of not less than Three Months.

royalty is guaranteed not to be less than 2001. per anniin The Capital Subscribed and Funds in hand amonnt to The whole or any portion of the uncalied Capital may be for twenty-one years, from the first shipment of ores.

upwards of 1,300,0001., affording unquestionable security. paid up by Shareholders, and Interest at 5 per cent. per Copies of the agreement above mentioned, the memoran. The Directors invite attention to the new foran of Life Annum will be allowed on the annount so contributed in dum and articles of association, and of the reports and

Policy, which is free from all conditions. excess of Calls due. analyses may be seen at the Offices of Messrs. CADWICKS,

The Company ADVANCES Money on Mortgage of Life ADAMNOS, COLLIER, and Co., 65, Moorgate.street, London,

Interests and Reversions, whether absolute or contingent, DIRECTORS.

and of, Cross-street, Manchester, or of the Solicitors to the

Company. Sir John Brown, Endcliffe Hall, Sheffield.

Prospectuses, copies of the Directors' Report, and Annual William Fovler, Esq., Whittington Hall, Derbyshire (Chair- The total charge to the company for its establishment,

Balance Sheet, and every information sent post free on appli

cation to man of the shrepbridxe Coal and Iron Company, Limitel). incindinx brokrrave and agency, has been fixel at One per William Thorburn, Esq., Eskett Iron Ore Coinpany. White- cent. on the subscribed capital, in ad lition to legal, printing,

FRANK M'GEDY, Actuary and Secretary. haven, and Ditton Brook Iron Company, Warrington. and other strictly necessary expenses. John Calloway, E-9., Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. Application for shares may be made on the prescribed

ANNUITIES AND REVERSIONS. John James Barrow, Esq., Ringwood Hall, Staveley, Derby. | form, accompanied by a deposit of ?? per share on the

REVERSIONARY INTEREST shire. number applied for. If no allotment be made the deposit

SOCIETY.
Robert Lockhart, Esq. (Robert Lockhart and Dernpster), will be returned in full. If a smaller number of shares be
Liverpool.
allotted than are applied for, the balance of the deposit will

69, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.
Frederick Braby (of Frederick Braby and Co., Limited), be applied in payınınt of the amount due on allotinent.
Mount Henley, Salonham-hill.
London, 23rd November 1871.

CHAIRMAN.--Sir W. J. Alexander, Bart., Q.C. H. R. F. Jameson, Esq., 19, Petershain-terrace, South Ken

DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN.- Alfred H. Shadwell, Esq. sington.

Reversions and Life Interests purchased. Immediate rad BANKERS,

CAUSE LOSS OF LIFE

Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Reversionary Accidents canse Loss of Time. Accidents cause Los

and Contingent Interests. . William Williams, and Co. of Money.

Loans may also be obtained on the security of Reversions. The Sheffield Banking Company, Sheffield.

Provide against Accidents of All Kinds by INSURING Annuities, Immediate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also SHIPPING ATEXTS.

with the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COM. Endowments, granted on favonrable terms. Messrs. N. Griffiths, Tate, and Co., Fenchurch House, Fen- PANY. An Annual Payment of 37. to 67, 5s, insures 10007. at Prospectuses and Forms of Proposal, and all further infor church-street. death, or an Allowance at the rate of 67. per week for injury.

mation, may be had at the office.
SALE AGENTS.
5635,0007have been paid as compensation, one out of every

C. B. CLABOX, Sec. Messrs. Lockhart, Tozer, and Co., 2, Stores's-gate, West.

twelve Annual Policy holders becoming a clainiant ench minster, and Liverpool, Manchester, and Wolverhampton. year. For particulars apply to the Clerks at the Railway AW PROPERTY and LIFE ASSURANCE ENGINEER Stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 64, Cornhill

SOCIETY, 80, Essex-street, Strand, London, Edward Woods, Esq., S, Storey'r-gate, Westminster.

and 10, Regent-street, London. SOLICITORS.

WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary

CAPITAL, £250,000. James Crowdy, Esq., 17, Serjeant'r-inn, Fleet-street.

DIRECTORS.
Messrs. Pattison, Wigg, Gurney, and 'King, 50, Lombard.
street.

Ralph T. Brockman, Esq., Folkestone.
MPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE

E rard W. Cox, Serjeant-at-Law, 36, Russell-square.
STOCK BROKERS.

COMPANY.

Geo. Fred. Fox, Esq., Bristol. Messrs. Shepherd and Grieveson, 10, Old Broad-street, E.C.

Established 1803.

E. E. P. Kelsey, Esq., The Close, Salisbury.
AUDITORS.
1, Old Broad-street, E.C., and 16 and 17, Pall-mall.

John Mead, Esq., 2. King's-bench-walk, Temple. Messrs. Chadwicks, Adamson, Collier, and Co.

Capital, 1,600,0001. Paid-up and Invested, 700,0001,

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

MEDICAL ADVISER.
PROSPECTUS.

Henry Thompson, M.B., F.R.C.S., 35, Wimpole-street.
MPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE
This company has been formed for the purpose of acquir.

CONSULTING ACTUARY-F. G. P. Neison, Esq., F.S.S. ing the concessions from the Spanish Government, held by

COMPANY.

SECRETARY-Edward S. Barnes, Esq. Sir John Brown and Williain Fowler, Esq., of the extensive

CHIEF OFFICE-No.1, Old Broad-street, London, and valuable iron mines known as the Mines of Galdames

BRANCH OFFICE-No. 16, Pall-Mall, London. (called La Escarpada), La Ceneia, Berango, Moruecos, and

BAKRISTERS and SOLICITORS.-The El Cerrillo, near Bilbao, all in the Province of Biscay, and

INSTITUTED 1820. for workinthe same, and for making and working railways The Liabilities are, in respect of Sums Assured and £10 SHARES in the Lexal and General Life Assurance in connection therewith, and for other purposes as set forth Bonuses, 2,700,0001, and in respect of Annuities, 16267. per Office to enable him to wind up the testator's affairs.-- Apply in the memorandum of association. annum.

to Mr. RAE, Solicitor, Chancery-lane. The mines of the Bilboa District have been worked from The Assets actually Invested in First-class Securities time immemorial, are celebrated for their purity and rich- amount to 987,8977. neys, yielding from 50 to 60 per cent, of metallic iron, and the Of the Subscribed Capital of 750,0001. only 75,0001. is paid

RENT of 187, analysis of the ores proves they are the nearest approach in up.

a year SALE. Arising out of two command. composition to the hernatiles of Cuinberland.

All kinds of Assurance effected at moderate rates and on The iron stones of South Wales, Sumth Staffordahires, and

ing newly erected Shops, at Sydenham. Rental value, 502, very liberal conditions. Scotland are becoming exhausted, insomuch that the neces.

pach. Price 301.--Apply Mr. TEBB, 83, Lombard-street,

The accounts of the Office for the last financial year, resary supply for these districts has for many years been turned to the Board of Trade in compliance with The Life supplemented by the hematite ores of Cumberland and Lan- Assurance Companies' Act 1870, together with prospectuses, cashire; but owing to the great and constantly increasing may be had on application. demand for hematite pig iron, for ndmixture with iron made

ANDREW BADEN Actuary and Manager.

class Solicitor, who occupied them many years, situated from inferior ores, and the extension of the Bessemer steel

within five minutes of Exchanxe. Rent to cominence Christmanufacture, nearly the entire produce of hematite ores is

mas.--Apply to "HOUSEKEEPER," Commercial-chambers, absorbed by the ironworks in the Cumberland district alone,

NION ASSURANCE SOCIETY 17, Devonshire-square, Bishopscato-street, E.C. and the price of these ores has advanced within the last two years 70 per cent., and hematite pig iron for the Bessemer

FIRE AND LIFE.

OFFICES WANTED process 50 per cent. Not only are the ironmasters of Wales, Scotland, and

No. 81, CORNHILL,
Middlesbro' compelled to seek supplies of hematite ore else. And 70, BAKER-STREET, Portman-square, London,

Solicitor.-- Address, with terms, to “SOLICITOR,

care of where, but the production of Besseiner steel, the demand for

Abbott, Barton, and Co., Advertising Agents, 269, Strand, which is daily increasing, is partially suspended, from the

Instituted in the Reign of Queen Anne A.D. 1714. W.C. impossibility of obtaining an adequate supply of suitable ore for that process.

DIRECTORS, TRUSTEES, &c.

HAMBERS TO LET. – Two good light In addition to the British requirements, there is a constant

James Bentley, Esq.

J. Remington Mills, Esq. and large demand for these ores in France, Belgium, and

Daniel Britten, Esq.

Joseph Trueman Mills, Esq.
Germany:
Charles Charrington, Esq. John Morley, Esq.

10), Chancery-lane; rent 601. (no taxes.-Apply to the

Porter on
Under these circunstances, there can be no doubt that a

Beriah Drew, Esq.
John Thornton Rogers, Esq.

the premises, or to Mr. F. CHIFFERIEL, 35, practically unlimited demand must permanently exist for

John Hibbert, Esq.
George Smith, Esq;

Cursitor street, Chancery.lane. supplies of ore suitable for the best class of hematite pig

Edmund Holland, Esq. Stephen Soames, Esq. iron at fair market prices. Wm. Burrowes Lewis, Esq. W. Foster White, Esq.

FFICE TO LET.-An OFFICE to LET, The most important of the mines in the prorince of

Wm. Liddiard, Esq.

E. Heysham Wood, Esq.
Biscay is believed to be that of Galdames (Escarpada) from

George Meek, Esq.
Sir Digby Wyatt.

Chambers, 40, Chancery-lane. Rent :151. (no taxes).- Apply the immense quantity comprised, the purity of the ore, and The Funds of the Company are invested exclusively in

to the Porter on the Premises or to Mr. F. CHIFFERIEL, 35, the cheapness and facility with which it can be worked. first-class securities, and amount to more than 1,250,0007.; Cursitor-street, Chancery-lane. This mine may be described as a mountain of iron ; it is and the annual income from all sources is over 180,0001. about 1200 yards in length and 170 yards in height, with an unknown depth, and estimated to contain many millions

The Directors are ready to receive proposals for insuring YCIENTIFIC PRESENTS.- Collections to of tons of ore.

property generally, at equitable rates against the risk of This ore can be worked by quarrying at the mere cost of FIRE. All losses promptly and liberally settled.

the important Study of Mineralogy and Geology, can be had breaking up and loading into trucks in sidings (which can be

An Insurance may be made for seven years by prepay

at 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, to 500 guineas; also single specimens of at once laid the whole length of the mine of 1200 yards) in ment of six times the annual premium.

Minerals, Rocks, Fossils, and Recent Shells, Geological quantities only limited by the labour employed, at a cost, it

Maps, Hammers, all the recent publications, &c., of J.

The advantages offered by the LIFE DEPARTMENT of is believed, including all charges, of 90, per ton. Labour is

TENNANT, Mineralogist to Her Majesty, 119, Strand.this Company are :cheap and can be obtained to any required extent.

Private Instruction is given in Geology and Mineralogy by Its age and large capital afford perfect security. The other mines acquired by the Company also contain

Mr. Tennant, F.G.S., at his residence, 119, Strand, W.C.

The premiums are very moderate. immense deposits of ore of the finest quality, which can be The bonuses distributed have been large. worked at a very cheap rate. The published Accounts give the fullest details as to the

In the Press, and shortly will be Published. Concessions have been obtained for the construction of position of the Society. railways from the mines to the river at Sestao, at the entrance

TREATISE UPON INDICTMENTS, of Bilbao, and for an extensive shipping, port, including

CLEMENT J. OLDHAM, Secretary.

with a Copious Body of FORMS. Ry THOS. WM. about 12 acres of wharfage ground granted by the Govern

SAUNDERS, Esq., Recorder of Bath. ment. The cost of the railway from the mines of Galdames

HORACE Cox, Law Times Office, 10, Wellington-street,

Strand, London. rolling stock, shoots, and all necessary appliances for the

Established in 1797. speedy loading of steamers, is estimated at 200,0001. to 70, Lombard-street, City, and 57, Charing-cross, Westminster 221,117.

DIRECTORS. The property has been surveyed and examined by William

for Use of Solicitors, showing at a glance receipts and Lockhart, Esq. (of the firm of Lockhart, Tozer, and Co.), of

Henry R. Brand, Esq., M.P. K. D. Hodgson, Esq., M.P. London and Liverpool; by William Thorburn, Esq., of Eskett Octavius E. Coope, Esq. Henry Lancelot Hollana, parments on cash account, bank account, business account,

Price, with explanation, in sheets, John Coope Davis, Esq. Iron Ore Company, Whitehaven, and Ditton Brook Iron

Esq:

**. 6d. per quíre, or bound in extra forrill of the following Company; by Edward Woods, Esq., Civil Engineer, West

Henry Farquhar, Esq. Sir. John Lubbock, Bart., thickness, one quire, 10%.; two quires, 1:4.611.; three qnires,

Charles Emanuel Goodhart, M.P., F.R.S. minster, and by T. W. Jeffcock, Esq., F.G.S., Mining

178.; four quires, 17. 18.; five quires, 11.58.; six quires, 11. 98. Esq.

John Stewart Oxley, Esq. Engineer, Sheffield,

The author says. " It is very simple, and with a little atten. The ore can be raised and placed free on board at an esti

Jas. A. Gordon, Esq., M.D., Benjamin Shaw, Esq.
F.R.S.

tion it will be found to work well; I have long proved it to do

Marmdk. Wyvili, jun., Esq. mated cost of 38. 617. to 48, a ton, inclusive of Royalty.

so." May be obtained direct, or through any bookseller by The company purposes to build steamers specially adapted

This Company offers
COMPLETE SECURITY.

order. A specimen sheet sent free.
for carrying the ore, so as to insure regular deliveries. The
MODERATE RATES of Premium with Participation in

HORACE Cox, 10, Wellington-street, Strand. maximum estimated cost of freight is 10%, per ton, so that the ore can be delivered into South Wales ports at a cost price of

Four-fifths or Eighty per cent of the Profits.
LOW RATES without Participation in Profits.

USTICES' CLERKS' ACCOUNTS. A 138. 6d. to !48. per ton. English hematites cannot now be bought under 328., and for many years the price has not

City.

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Journal and Cash Book, prepared by Mr. GEORGE C. been under 186. per ton at the same ports.

in connection with Life Assurance, on approved Security, in OKE, of the Mansion House, London, for Justices' Clerks' Taking, therefore, the very low estimate of 188. per ton as sums of not less than 5001,

Acconnt of Fees received by them. The headings are date; the selling price (although contracts for Bilbao ores are now

ANNUAL PREMIUM

subject of entry; fees earned ; fees debited in ledser; ledger being made at considerable higher rates), delivered at ports required for the Assurance of 1007. for the whole term of life. folio ; current fees received ; tines, fees, &c., credited, ledger in South Wales, and other places in proportion, there would

folio ; fines, fees, &c., repaid; office expenses. be a profit of at least 18. per ton. With an annual shipment

Without Witn

Without With

Age. of 500,000 tons, the profit would be 100,0001., or 20 per cent.

A specimen sheet sent to any applicant. Profits. Profits.

Profits. Profits. on the subscribed capital of 500,0007.; bu: the Directors have

PRICES.-One quire, 58.; two quires, 88.; three quires, 118.; every reason to believe that the trade will much exceed this 15 £1 11 0 £1 15 0

40 £2 18 10 £3 6 5

four quires, 118.; tive quires, 178.; six quires, 208.; half-bound; amount, and that the price of these ores must ere long 20 1 13 10 1 19 8

or in sheets unbound, 38. per quire.

50 4 0 9 4 10 7 approximate more nearly to the values of the English 30 2 40 2 10 4 60 6 i 0

May be obtained direct, or through, by order, any book. Hematites.

seller. It has been agres 1. that 5,0001. shall be paid by the com.

ROBERT TUCKER, Secretary and Actuary. HORACE Cox, 10, Wellington-street, Strand, London.

Age.

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SILVER PLATE, DIAMONDS,
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ESTABLISHED 1854,
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Seed Merchants, 237, High
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THE JOURNAL OF THE LAW AND THE LAWYERS.

[REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER.]

VOL. LII.-No. 1496.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1871.

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AW.-WANTED, a RE-ENGAGEMENT

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Clerk to Local Board. Good references. Salary_058.-Ad. of AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, by the dress, "A. B.,” 6, Prospect-plate, Stone-street, Bradford,

Yorks.

Advertiser, who was admitted 1861, a PARTNERCHISEMENT COMPANY (incorporated by special Act of SHIP in a first-class Convevancing family Practice in a AW.– WANTED, immediately, by a Parliament) is empowered, subject to the approval of the rural district.-Apply "C.” (No. 1493), 10, Wellington-street, Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales, to AD- Strand, W.C. VANCE MONEY to the Owners of Settled and other

SHIP. A permanency desired; small salary required. ExEstates, for the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, by the cellent references. - Address "L. X.” (No. 1496), 10, WolCOTTAGES, and for the DRAINAGE, RECLAMATION,

lington-street, Strand. and general Improvement of LANDED Property in any or PARTNERSHIP in a firm of good standing. The West part of the United Kingdom; the amount borrowed being of England preferred. - Address “LEX,". care of Thos. inade repayable by Annual Instalments spread over a period

Experience in the Law, wants EMPLOYMENT in not exceeding twenty-five years. Clark, Esq., Solicitor, 9, Doughty-street, Bedford-row, Lon

the Country, in a solicitor's Office, Counsel's Chambers, The Company is also prepared to receive applications

the Public Civil Service, or a Land Agent's, or Public Com from limited owners in England to advance Money for AW PARTNERSHIP. - A Solicitor of pany's Office.

Minimum salary, 1501. a year.--Address, the ERECTION or COMPLETION of MASSIONS,

'B. A.," 41, St. John-street, Oxford. STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS, and for the improve

experience desires to purchase a working PARTNER:

SHIP in a wellestablished business, or the SUCCESSION ment of and additions to Houses capable of conversion

A Gentleman, well into Mansion Houses ; also for enabling landowners to

to a PRACTICE. Would take the management of a business subscribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCin conjunction with his own, on mutual terms.-Address

up in the Preparation of BILLS OF COSTS, for TION of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, " Lex," F. W. Blake. Esq., solicitor, 14, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields.

Taxation or otherwise, seeks an ENGAGEMENT, Town or

Country. Terms moderate; can furn:sh the highest rewhich will promote the Improvement of their Property.

AW PARTNERSHIP. A Gentleman,

ferences.-" DELTA," 62, Navarino-rond, Dalswn. The expenses ircident to the transaction are paid by the Company, and added to the amount to be charged on

having a Practice of 5001, per annum, wishes to AW.-The Advertiser (aged 21), desires the Estate. No investigation of the landowner's title is

ASSOCIATE himself with one, or a firm having a surnecessary. plusage of work, where his whole time can be fully occupied.

CLERK. Has a good knowledge of Costs and BookkeepThe Company is also enabled to make advances for the Apply, "Lex," (No. 1196), 10, Wellington street, Strand.

ing (Kain's system, writes Shorthand, can Abstract, and is Enfranchisement of Copyholds, the amount of consideration

willing to make himself generally useful. Good references. money being charged on the enfranchised lands, and repaid

. - A

-“H.” (No. 1495), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. by a rentcharge spread over twenty-five years. Terms and further particulars may be obtained of Messrs, SHARE of some hundreds a year in an old-established AW. - Advertiser desires an ENGAGERawlence and Squarey, 22, Great George-street, Westminster, Country Conveyancing PRACTICE; amount of premium S.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs. Ashurst, Morris, and Co., secondary consideration, if a proposal be perfectly satis.

practice where he could be Articled undor Judges' order. Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.; of Messrs. Gillespie factory in other respects. --Address, with full particulars, and Paterson, W.S., 81A, George street, Edinburgh, agents

Well understands Common Law. Bankruptcy, and the “K." (No. 1486), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.

ordinary practice of a Country Office.--Unexceptionable refor the Company in Scotland; and at the Offices of the Company

ferences.-Apply to " LEX ," Post-office, Coventry. T. PAIN, Managing Director, AW PARTNERSHIP.-A Young Solicitor EDWIN GARROD, Secretary.

AWA Land, Loan, and Enfranchisement Company,

a position as Managing Clerk in one of the most eminent No. 22, Great George-street, Westininster, S.w.

London offices, is desirous of obtaining a PARTNERSHIP and the Conveyancing and Leg l business connected there

in a well established London firm. Has a large private with, desires & RE-ENGAGEMENT after the ensuing DEBENTURES AT 5, 5$, and 6 PER CENT.

connection, and can give the highest references.--Address recess.-Address " A. B.," Mr. Harwar, Law Stationer, 45, (EYLON COMPANY LIMITED.

"E. T.," care of Messrs. Waterlow's, Parliament-street. The

Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn, W.C.

AW.-WANTED, by a Solicitor, admitted to replace others falling due, vi z, : for one year at 5 per cent, for three years at 55 per cent., and for five years at 6 per

young Solicitor of great experience in country busi- Michnelmas Term, 1869, an engagement as Managing cent. per annum; also for longer periods, on terms to be

ness (chietly Conveyancing and family business, aud who can CLERK, under supervision, where the business is chiefly ascertained at the Office of the Company,

introduce business and money, and who is prepared to pay Common Law and Conveyancing. Has had some experience of R. A, CAMERON, Secretary.

& premium, wishes to SUCCEED to a SHARE in, or to practice before magistrates, and at County Court. Good the WHOLE of, a good and respectable PRACTICE. references.-Address "Solicitor," Post-office, Birrningham.

The highest references given and required. - Address OAN OF 10,0001.—The GUARDIANS of "B. B.." care of Mr. Amer, Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn. AW.-WANTED, first week in January, a Sussex, invite Tenders for a LOAN of the above amount, jo

AW.-There is a VACANCY in an old- CLERK, age 25. Five years experience. Undeniable refer be secured on Mortgage of the Poor Rates of the Union, and repayable in thirty annual instalments.

ences from present employer. The north of England pre

Gentlemen
The Guardians would prefer to take the money in instal.
The share will be not less than 5001. per annum.

ferred.-Address "W. R." (No. 1496), Wellington-street, ments, not to exceed five, completing the loan within the

desirous to negotiate, and having command of about 17511., Strand, London, W.C. next twelve months.

can address-"G. R.," care of Messrs. Herring, Dewick, and Persons tendering must state rate of interest required and Hardy, Walbrook.

AW COSTS.-The advertiser, of many other terms; and every tender must be sealed up, indorsed “Tender for Loan," and sent to the undersigned on or

.

competent to take entire charge of Costs, and would be before the 5th day of January next.

useful in other Depnrtments, having a General Knowledge The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest

the Partnerships which have been arranged through their of the various branches, -Address A. B.," Mr. Everett. or any tender,

agen y have given very great satisfaction; and as they have advertising agent, 84, bouverie-street, E. C. ROBERT FRENCH, Clerk to the Guardians.

alwa on their Register numerous applicants seeking occu

pation for time and capital, they are in a position to intro. AW.- ARTICLES. – Small salary. No ONEY.-WANTED (for a term preferred), essential service to any Solicitor who may require assistance duce without delay gentlemen fully competent to render

preminum. By a young man holding situation in à

Midland Counties. Town and Country experience. Con60001. and 50902. respectively, on Long LEASEHOLD in the conduct of his business.-45, Fleet-street.

versant with Bankruptcy and Common Law; could manage PROPERTY.- Principals and Solicitors only, apply to

with slight fupervision. Preliminary seed. Open to com. Messrs. Lowe and Co., Solicitors, 13, Union-court, Old AW PARTNERSHIPS.- KAIN, WITT, mence one month after determination. Midland Counties Broad-street, E.C.

preferred.--"TERENCE," Post-office, Stoke-upon-Trent. APPLICANTS capital, influence, and , AW.-WANTED, by a Gentleman who of not less than 50001., ready to be ADVANCED on Chancery-lane.

has passed his Final Examination last Term, but is approved landed securities, at 4 per cent.-Address "A. B.,"

not yet Admitted, a Conveyancing or Chancery CLERKMessrs. Wetherby, 9, Birchin lane, London.

SHIP, in London. The advertiser served four years of his

Practices, 60 anted and for Sale. Articles in a first-rate Country office, and the last year with CONEY to LEND.-Sums varying from

a firm of large practice in town.-Address C.," 23. Essex. 10001.. to 30002, and 4000?, ready for ADVANCE on

street, Strand. Freehold Security.-Apply to "A. B.” (No. 1491), 10, Wel.

AW PRACTICE.- A Gentleman, articled lington-street, Strand, W.C.

A W.-The Managing CLERK in a experience, wishes to PURCHASE a Working SHARE of MONEY an Established Business. Short preliminary clerkship pre

TION with ørospect of an early PARTNERSHIP, or a LENT from 51, to 5001. on Personal Security. Deeds, ferred.-M.," Post-office, Grosvenor-street, w.

CLERKSHIP in a Town Office where he would also see

Mercantile business. Has hitherto been entirely engaged in sbares, life policies, jewellery, plate, &c.--from one month to three years-repayable by Instalments or otherwise. Bills

large estate offices, and could superintend Estate Accounts

AW PRACTICE.-For SALE, a large fete Has some capital. Salary not less than 2001.--Address discounted --Office, 71, Fleet-street, E.C. Established 1860. W. M. READ, Manager.

"Q.," 7, Tichfield-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W.
years' standing, in an important market town, near an
extensive mining district in a Midland county. Freehold

AW.-A Gentleman (aged 21), who has sonal or other available security. A moderate in. stables, &c., &c., at valuation. Sufficient introduction terest repayable by instalinents.

and passed his Intermediate Examination, is desirous of No preliminary fees.

given. No agents need apply.-Address, in first instance, Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PER. with testimonials, to “C. B.” (No. 1495), 10. Wellington having his articles TRANSFERRED to an office in a large SONAL ADVANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), 14, Southstreet, Strand, W.C.

town, where he may be employed in an extended sphere of

practice. His desire is for plenty of work and consequent ampton row, Holborn; and 3, Tavistock-street, Coventgarden.-P. J. HARVEY, Secretary.

improvement.-Apply by letter to®“J. H. W.," Post office.

Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
Situations, Wanted and Vacant.
ADVANCED Day's Notice

AW.-A Gentleman (admitted) who was the London district upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI.

AW.-Wanted by a Gentleman (not ad. and who, besides general practice, has had considerable ex: TURE without removal, repayable by easy instalments.

perience in Copyholds, is desirous of meeting with a JUNIOR No charge of any kind unless money advanced. As this General CLERK in a Country Solicitor's office, to gain PARTNERSHIP or CLERKSHIP, with a view thereto, or does not emanate from an agent, applicants must apply experience, with a moderate salary.-Address “X. Y. Z.," to SUCCESSION, in a well-established Country Business. personally to Mr. BAUGHAN, 34, Southampton-buildings, Stamp Office, Market Harboro'.

Capital can be introduced. --Address "M. N.

care of Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying

Messrs. Witherby, 9, Birchin-lane, London, E.Ç. preliminary fees to pretenders.

AW COSTS.-BILL CLERK.-WANTED,

AW.-Conveyancing or General Managing (Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1850), 14, Rus. MENT of every description of COSTS in an office of exten

30), seeks an ENGAGEMENT as above. Has had much sell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, Ship-street, sive practice.-“LEX," Mr. Williams, 56, Frith-street, Sobo

experience, and the responsible Management of ConverBrighton, and South-colonnade, Hastings, ADVANCES square.

ancing ond other branches in good London offices during MONEY uoon Personal Security, Bills of Sale, Freehold or AW.Leasehold Property, for one, two, or three years, repayable

LEX," Mr. Jennings, news.
Solicitor and Notary, who is the past seven years.--Address

agent, North-end, Croydon,
Weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Bille promptly discounted.
Forms free on receipt of stamped envelope.
EDWARD HARPER, Secretary.

AW BOOK-KEEPING, by G J. KAIN,
Courts, is willing to accept a SITUATION as Managinu F.S.S., of the firm of Kain, Witt, Bullen and Co.,
CLERK with a solicitor of respectability. -Address "F.A."
(No. 1494), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.

Law Accountants (Costs Draftsmcn,&c., 60, Chancery-lane,
CAUGHAN, 39, STRAND, OPPOSITE
LOWTHER ARCADE.
AW. - WANTED.-A Solicitor desires in a

THREE METHODS, viz., Single and Double Column

Systems (one volume), 18. 6d. ; Triple Column, Be. MONEY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT on

WATERLOW and Sons, London-wal, and through all BookDiamonds, Jewels, Precious Stones, Plate, Watches, and SHIP in a Country Office, He has experience in the prac.

sellers. every description of Valuable Property. The above Bought tice of Conveyancing, and has a knowledge of the general Cor Cash), Sold, or Taken in Exchange.

work of a Country Attorney's business. Accustomed to Second-hand Guns by all the noted Yakers at

advise clients. Salary expected from 1807. to 2001. per SITUATIONS WANTED and VACANT

annum.-Address K." (No. 1495), 10, Wellington-street, VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND, LONDON, W.C.

continued on next dage. Strand, London, W.C.

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