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Safes made entirely by Machinery, at a Reduction of 25 per cent.
ESTBD. JOHN TANN.-1795.
PATENT RELIANCE LEVER LOCKS AND LATCHES.
STANDS FOR DEED BOXES MADE TO ANY SIZE.
COLLOWAY'S PILLS.-Winter Specifics.
-All can estimate the disadvantages to the human system from, many may unfortunately attribute protracted idness to, breathing foul air. such as must necessarily be inhaled during our winters. The knowledge of the fact that a common cold may, through a day's neglect, consign the diseased to destruction, calls for constant vigilance. The safest correctives and best purifiers of the blood are Hol. lowar's balsamic Pills, which are too well-known and too highly esteemed to require commendation here. Besides cleansing the system, they improve the appetite, render the digestion perfect, adinirably regulate the liver, increase the secretion of the kidneys, and mildly (yet effectually) act upon the bowels without griping, weakening, on causing any inconvenience.
BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, MEESKSERDEBENHAMS The Last Leande
TO EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS. THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A
Sales by Auction.
SALES FOR THE YEAR 1872. SILVER PLATE, DIAMONDS,
. , TEWSON, JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU,
LANDED ESTATES, Town, Suburban, and Country 29 AND 30, SOUTHAMPTON-BUILDINGS. Houses, Business Premises, Building Land, Ground Reuts, CHANCERY.LANE, LONDON.
Reversions, and other Properties for the year 1972, will be
held at the AUCTION MART, Tokenhouse-yard, in the CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE,
City of London, as follows:
Tuesday, January 23
Tuesday, June es
Tuesday, February 13 Tuesday, July ! PURCHASED IX ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL
Tuesday, February 27
Tuesday, July 9 of the Pianoforte Makers, by which anyone who Hires an Thorlay March 19 VALUE FOR CASH.
Tuesday, July 16 Instrument and pays the Hire for that period. becomes the Tuesday, March 19
Tuesday, July 23 ABSOLUTE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pro
Tuesday, March 26
Tuesday, July 30 viously to the introduction of this plan it was almost as Tuesday, April 9
Tuesday, August 6 difficult for those of limited income to buy a good Pianoforte D. & J. WELLBY,
Tuesday, April 16
Tuesday, August 18 as o BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on year after Tuesday, April 23
Tuesday, August 20 year, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and expended Tuesday, April 30
Tuesday, August 27 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY, as much money as would have bought the Pianoforte
Tuesday, May 7
Tuesday, October % several times over. AND PRECIOUS STONES,
Tuesday, May 14
Tuesday, October 92 What will hold good for Pianofortes will hold good for Tuesday, May 21
Tuesday, October 29 20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, HOUSES; and there are many who would no doubt AVAIL Tuesday, May 28
Tuesday, November 1! THEMSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITY, if it was Tuesday, June 4
Tuesday, November 96 LONDON. afforded them, of becoming
Tuesday, June 11
Tuesday, December 10
Tuesday, June 18
Auctions can also be held on other days besides those abore Secondhand Plate, Jewelry, fc., for Sale, at Trade in the same way as they have already become the owrer of
specified. Due notice must in any case be given, in order to Prices. their pianoforte.
ensure proper publicity; the period between such notice and THE DIRECTORS
the auction would, of course, considerably depend upon the
nature of the property intended to be sold. 50, Cheapside, OF THE
BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY
HAVE DETERMINED TO AFFORD
FARMER'S LIST of ESTATES and HOUSES
to be SOLD or LET, including Landed Estates, Town and TOLHURST
THE SAME FACILITIES FOR PURCHASING
Country Residences, Hunting and Shooting Quarters, DIAMOND MERCHANTS and WHOLESALE
farms, Growiu Rents, Kentcharves, House Property, and JEWELLERS. As now exist for Buying Pianofortes.
Investments generally, is PUBLISHED on the first day of ESTABLISHED 1851,
each month, and may be obtained, free of charre, at their A HOUSE being, however, a more expensive article to Pur.
Offices, su, Cheapside. E.C., or will be sent by post in return Value Plate, Diamonds, and Jewels, for probate; or purchase chase than a Pianoforte, the “Three Years' System” will for two stamps.
Particulars for insertion should be direct.
not apply, excepting in a very few
cases: so that a MORE
received not later than four days previous to the end of the LENGTHENED PERIOD IS NECESSARY over which 80, ALDERSGATE-STREET, CITY.
In pursuance of this resolution
pleasure to announce that they have COMMENCED REVOLVERS,
BUSINESS at No. 11, IRONMONGER-LANE, GRES. WITH
HAM-STREET, BANK, E.C., as Auctioneers, Surveyon:
Land and Estate Agents, Valuers of Machinery and Plant,
Mr. IMPEY has had upwards of twenty years' experience
in the business, and for the last eight years has occupied the
are enabled to afford to the CENTRAL-FIRE AND PIN BREECH-LOADERS.
important position of City Manager to the eminent fire of Members of the Birkbeck Building
Debenham, Tewson, and Farmer.
Mr.JACKSON, as a practical Engineer, has been engaged
for many years in the Construction, Erection, and Valuatior. PLATE, JEWELLERY, AND WATCHES SECOND
of Machinery and Plant, and will personally conduct this
branch of the business.
efforts and attention to matters with which they may be which the Directors propose to proceed is
entrvsted, to merit a share of the public support. Catalogue of Guns, &c., sent on receipt of 3 Stamps.
TO LET THESE HOUSES FOR A PERIOD OF
NOTICE OF BONUS MEETING.
Square, London, S.W.- An Extraordinary GENERAL Will become the absolute Property of the MEETING of the proprietors and persons assured in very CREAM OF IRISH WHISKIES,
this Society will be held at this Office on THURSDAY,
the 4th day of JANUARY next, at One o'clock precisely, for In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome than the finest Counac Brandy. Note the words “Kinahan's
WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF ANY KIND.
the purpose of declaring a BONUS out of the Profits arise LL." on seal, label, and cork.- Wholesale Depot, 6A, Great
from the general business during the fire years ending June IN ALL CASES
GEORGE CUTCLIFFE, Titchfield-street, Oxford-street, W.
Actuary and Secretary.
WILL BE GIVEX
10, Lancaster-place, Strand.
Established 1835. Capital paid-up, £180,000.
This Society purchases Reversionary Property, Life InFive Guineas.
terests, and Life Policies of Assurance, and grants Loans on
these securities. Forms of Proposal may be obtained at the In 20z., tvz., and 8oz., packets, at 68. per Ib. No
BEYOND THIS SMALL SUX
F. S. CLAYTON, Z
c. H. CLAYTON:}
TITLE ASSURANCE.-Doubtful and
Defective Titles Assured and rendered Marketable and
Mortgageable by the LAW PROPERTY and LIFE
THE REXT PAYABLE BY THE TENANT and unadulterated.-Vide Lancet.
ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 30, Ensex-street, Strand. Includes Ground Rent and Insurance for of defective Titles already assured in this office, apply to
For information, forms and specimens of the various kind EWLAY'S TRAFALGAR CIGARS.
the Whole Term.
EDWARD S. BARNES, Secretary.
Although the Number of years for payment of Rent is fixed
ANNUITIES AND REVERSIONS.
REVERSIONARY INTEREST In consequence of Messrs. Bewlay and Co.'s enormous
SOCIETY stock of Foreign Cigars, gentlemen can always depend upon
68, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.
OR getting them thoroughly well seasoned, and at a moderate
CBAIRMAN.-Sir W.J. Alexander, Bart., Q.C. price.
A LONGER PERIOD AT A LOWER RENTAL,
DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN.- Alfred H. Shadweli, Esq.
Reversions and Lite Interests purchased. Immediate ako Messrs. Bewlay and Co. are practically acquainted with The Terms of which may be ascertained on application to Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Rerersionary their trade, and can therefore recommend their goods with
and Contingent Interests. the greatest confidence, as they only make purchases when
Loans may also be obtained on the security of Reversions. the crops are really good.
Annuities, Immediate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also THE ADVANTAGES
Endowments, granted on favourable terms. They particnlarly call attention to the Muria brand,
Prospectuses and Forms of Proposal, and all further infor which is undoubtedly the finest that can now be had.
C. B. CLABON, Sec. EWLAY and Co., Importers to the Royal
New System of Purchasing a House, Family, 19, Strand, and 113, Cheapside. Established
MPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE
MAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS: at 49, Strand, 100 years. Wholesale and Retail.
1, Old Broad-street, E.C., and 16 and 17, Pall-mall. independence as regards their Landlord,
Capital, 1.600.0001. Paid-up and Invested, 700.000/. and Co., of 14, St. Mary Axe, London, E. C., ha79 ust received a consignment of No.3 MANILLA CIGARS, 2. Their RENT CANNOT BE RAISED.
MPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE in excellent condition, in boxes of 500 each. Price 508. per 3. They CANNOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES.
COMPANY. box. Orders to be accompanied by a remittance. SION so long as they pay their Rent.
CHIEF OFFICE-No.1, Old Broad-street, London. N.B.-Sample boxes of 100, 108. 4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable.
BBANCH OFFICE-No. 16, Pall-Mall, London,
The Liabilities are, in respect of Sums Assured and ESTMINSTER.-OFFICES and CHAM
Bonuses, 2,766,0001, and in respect of Annuities, 1661. per 6. If circumstances compel them to leavo the House nnnm. BERS to LET. The VICTORIA CHAMBERS before the completion of their Twelve and a half Years' The Assets actually Invested in First-class Securities COMPANY, Victoria-street, S.W., have to LET Suites of Tenancy, they can Sub-let the House for the remainder al well-lighted and Fire-proof OFFICES and CHAMBERS he Term, or they can Transfer their right to another of the Subscribed Capital of 750,0002. only 75,000!. is paid on the ground to Fourth Floors, at rents from 251. to 651. Tenant.
up. per annum per room. Five minutes' ride to the Temple. 7. Finally, NO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY II su kinds of Assurance effected at moderate rates and on ten to the City, by the Underground Railway. Well adapted iny kind is incurred, beyond the Payment of Rent by those
very liberal conditione, for professional or residential purposes. - Apply to the cho acquiro Houses by this New System.
The accounts of the Office for the last financial year, Me SECRETARY as above.
The BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY have on their
turned to the Board of Trade in compliance with 'I be Life UPERIOR FURNISHED APARTMENTS, List several HOUSES, which they are prepared to LET ON
Assurance Companies' Act 1870, together with prospectuses, he TWELVE AND A HALF YEARS SYSTEM, and in
may be had on applicatior inany cases Immediate Possession may be obtained.
ANDREW BADEN Actuary and Manager. wood, two bed and two sitting rooms may be had. Tering according to accommodation. No other lodgers. --Apply to
The Terms on which Houses can be placed on this
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LAWST WANTE DESPRE ENGAGE:
Derby o toont devertisersing
LAMVERÁNagoenergeticien Generalın Managing
MONET age 21. a SITUATION in a Solicitor's office. Country
AW.-WANTED, by a competent Copyist, LENT from 51. to 5017. on Personal Security. Deeds,
preferred. shares, life policies, jewellery, plate, &c.-from one month to
Highest references.-Address "F. G. W.,' of
29, three years-repayable by Instalments or otherwise. Bills Englefi -Id-road, Kingsland, London, N.
discounted.-Office, 71, Fleet-street, E.C. Established 1860. CHISEMENT COMPANY (incorporated by special Act of
W. M. READ, Manager.
Parliament), ADVANCES MONEYIst.-- To the Owners of Settled and other Estates, for
AUGHAN, 39, STRAND, OPPOSITE years' experience. Aged 21. Unexceptionable references the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and COTTAGES,
from present employer. The North of England preterred. and for the DRAINAGE, IRRIGATIOX, ENCLOSING,
MONEY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT on Address " C.C." (No. 1501, 19, Wellington.atrapt. Strand. CLEARING, and general Improvement of 'LANDED Pro: Diamonds, Jewels, Precious Stones, Plate, Watches, and perty in any part of the United Kingdom:
.-WANTED, by Gentleman ( (for Cash), Sold, or Taken in Exchange. nd.-To the Owners of Settled Estates in England, for
Second-hand Guns by all the noted Makers at
term), a CLERKSHIP in an Cffice of good practice.the ERECTION or COMPLETION of MANSIONS,
Address "J. E. J.," Messrs. Prior, Bigg, and Church, 61, STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS: VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND, LONDON, W.C.
Lincoln's-inn-fields, w.C. 3rd. - To Landowners generally, to enable them to sub.
AW.-WANTED, by a very respectable scribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCTION of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, which will Partnerships, Wanted and Vacant.
Young Man, a SITUATION as Copying and beneficially affect their Estates :
Engrossing CLERK, and to assist in general duties. Three
years in present situation.-Address "B. A.," Post-office Ath.-INCUMBENTS, for the Improrement of their AW PARTNERSHIP.-A Solicitor wishes Bournemouth. GLEBE LANDS, by Drainaze, and the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and COTTAGES:
AW-WANTED, by a Gentleman (age 25), PURCHASING the WHOLE or PART of the BUSI. 5th.-To COPYHOLDERS for the EXFRANCHISE. NESS.- Addresa "C. A.,” Messrs. John and James Phillips,
admitted, a Conveyancing or an Assistant Chancery MEXT of COPYHOLD LANDS. Law Stationers, Bishop's-court, Lincoln's-inn.
CLERKSHIP; has had good experience. First-class refe.
rences.--Address " Lex,"7, Bloomsbury-place, Bloomsbury. The amount borrowed with the expenses would be charged AW PARTNERSHIP.-A Gentleman square, W.C. on the estate benefited, and repaid by a rentcharge terini. nating in twenty-five years.
AW.—The Advertiser (admitted) desires Firm of Solicitors, and who, besides general practice has had NO INVESTIGATION OF THE LANDOWNER'S considerable experience in Copy holds, is desirous of obtainin a JUNIOR PARTNERSHIP or CLERKSHIP with a
moderate salary. Age 40. Good references, and bond given TITLE IS NECESSARY. view thereto, or to Succession in a gentlemanly and well.
not to practise. Address “P.F.T.” (No. 15:01), 10, Welling. Forms of application and all further particulars may be established Country Business.-Address "M. X.,'
ton-street, Strand. W.C.
care of obtained of Messrs. Rawlence and Squarey, 22, Great GeorgeMessrs.
, the , a street, Westininster, S.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs. Ashurst, Morris, and Co., Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.; of Messrs. Gillespie and Paterson, w.S., SIA, George. young Solicitor of great experience ia country busi.
CLERK; 20 years' London experience. Unexceptional restreet, Edinburxh, agents for the Company in Scotland; ness (chiefly Conveyancing and family business), and who
ferences.--Address "C.." care of Mr. Cox, 116, Chancery. and at the Offices of the Company as below can introduce some business and money, and is prepared to
pay a premium, wishes to SUCCEED to A SHARE in, or
Practice, .REQUIRES an ENGAGEMENT. First-class No. 29, Great George-street, Westminster, s.w.
references for ability and integrity.-Andress "ALMA" (No.
AW PARTNERSHIPS.- KAIN, WITT, 1.5111), 10, Wellington.street, Strand, W.C. DEBENTURES AT 3, 5), and 6 PER CENT.
AW.-WANTED, by a Solicitor, admitted
APPLICANTS having capital, influence, and ability.--69,
CLERK, under supervision, where the business is chiefly to replace others falling due, viz. : for one year at 5 per cent.
Common Law and Conveyancing. Has had some experience of for three years at 54 per cent., and for five years at 6 per
MESSRS. practice before magistrates, and at County Court. Good cent. Der annum; also for longer periods, on terms to be
references.-Address "Solicitor," Post-office, Birmingham. ascertained at the Office of the Company. R. A. CAMERON, Secretary.
the Partnerships which have been arranged through their
AW.-TO SOLICITORS.-BILLS of ONEY.-80001., 70001., 65001., REQUIRED
always on their Register numerous applicants seeking occu.
pation for time and capital, they are in a position to intro. PARED at a moderate Commission. Highest references severally, by three Gentlemen about entering some duce without delay gentlemen fully competent to render furuished. Attendance Town and Country.-J. SIMMONS old-established private Colliery Companies in South Wales, essential service to any Solicitor who may require assistance and Co., Law Acconntants and Costa Braitsmen, 23, New OU MORTGAGE of the Shares they will be this purchas. in the conduct of his business.-11. Fleet-street.
Bridge.street, Blackfriars, E.C. Established 1815. inz.-Principals or their Solicitors only need apply to SOLICITOR of Mr. John Samuel, Post-office.
AW.-WANTED, by a Gentleman of chambers, Church-street, Cardiff.
Practices, Wanted and for Sale.
experience, a SITUATION Conveyancing CLERK, in an office of good practice. The Advertiser is
thoroughly competent to take the entire management of the AW PRACTICE.-TO be DISPOSED to 10,0001. REQUIRED for the development of a
of, Conveyancing department without the aid of the principal, compact and highly elixible Building Estate, forming a part
Can be well recominended. Salary 15u1.-Address I. W.," of a very rising Watering Place, about 100 miles from Lon. established 16 years in Liverpool, consisting principally of
Post office, Loddon, Norfolk. don. It is proposed to erect froin fifty to sixty houses, and Common Law and Advocacy, with a full share of Bank. the professional business would be of a lucrative nature.-- ruptcy. A good advocate would make a fortune. Profits of
AW,-BILL CLERK.-The Advertiser, well Apply, by letter, to “C.," care of H. J. Peachey, 28, Craven. the two-thirds 7107. Premium 100117.-Apply, in confidence, to street, Strand, W.C.--No agents treated with. Mr. Kay, 16, Church-street, Liverpool.
Costs, for taxation or otherwise, and whose time is only
partially occupied, seeks an ENGAGEMENT to attend ORTGAGE WANTED. — 32001 in one
to the Costs Department of any Town Office, or to work up
Town or Country. sum, or in two sums of £1600 each, on EIGHT
Terms strictly moderate.
Unexceptionable references.- LEX," 62, Navarino-road, HOUSES, now building in Balham-grove, Balham-hill,
Dalston. adjoining old and well-let property. Gas, water, and sewers A W.-Wanted, for a sharp, intelligent Soil, gravel. Balhain-grove is an old and well-known
AW.- GENERAL MANAGER or thoroughfare, and houses are sure to let, and there is nothing London.- Address “X Y.," 137, Gower-street, W.C.
Managing Conveyancing CLERK. at all speculative either in the property or neighbourhood;
articled in the North of England, admitted Hilary 1865 close to Balham Railway Station. 'Busses also run frequently. They are ten-roomed houses, and the expected AW COSTS and ACCOUNTS.-WANTED, (aged 30), seeks a RE-ENGAGEMENT as above. Has had
much experience in good London offices during the past lowest rental 551. each at least. Separate leases direct from the freeholder, and which may be prepared by the solicitor
seven years. Would not object to Advocacy if required. ARREARS of COSTS. Terms inorierate and inclusive.lending the money. Term 9 years. Required in eight
Address "Lex," care of T. Young, Esq., Solicitor, Croydon"LEX,” Mr. Edwin Williams, 50, Dean-street, Soho, W. mortenzes to facilitate selling the property. The sum might
grove, Croydon. be dirided in 2007, shares. Borrower a thoroughly respect. AW.-A Gentleman of experience in Con- AW.-ENGAGEMENT WANTED by a able man.- Apply to Mr. Evans (on the property), Nos. 9 to
veyancing, Accounts, and the General Business of an
Young Gertleman (aged 21), who has assisted in 16. Balhaın-grove, Ballain-hill, Surrey. 11001, required at office, desires a RE-ENGAGEMENT.-Address “Z. D." once, and the remainder as the houses are completed.
various departments, has been Bill Clerk in a Country (No. 1499). 19, Wellington-street, Stran W.C. Interest 6 per cent. per annum.
Office of considerable Practice, is a good Accountant, and AW.-WANTED, by a Young Man, a
knows Kain's system of Accounts, and Pitman's Short
hand. Salary 258. per week. Could enter upon a new enCONEY.—40,0001. at 37 per cent. to be
gagement forthwith. --Address "G." (No. 1601), 10, Wel. Omice. Hashad two and a half years' experience.-Address lington-street, Strand, W.C. to "G, E. C.." care of J. Perry Godfrey, Esq., Solicitor, "J. B.," 191, New North-roari, Hoxton, London, N. 6. South-square. Gray's-inn, w.c.
man (aged 24, who has been several years in a TONEY.-80,0001. to LEND, in one Sum,
citor's office, three of which under Articles, DESIRES to obtaining a SITUATION as Managing CLERK.-Address have his ARTICLES ASSIGNED to a Solicitor in the Security. Apply to Messrs. Paul and JAMES, The Close,
“ B. L.” (No. 1501), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. Country, who has a fair County Court and Magisterial PracExeter.
tice. The advertiser would not object, if required, to be Young Solicitor desires a restrained from commencing practice in the town in which
CLERKSHIP in an Office of General Practice. A he may complete his Articles, on being admitted on the roll Promptly ADVANCED on moderate salary expected. - Address B.," Post office,
of Attorneys.-Address" B. Y.,” care of Messrs. Davies and
Hunt, 1, Serle-street, Lincoln's-inn, London. terest repayable by instalments. No preliminary fees. Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PER. AW.–The Advertiser (aged 21), SEEKS a AW BOOK-KEEPING, by G J. KAIN, SONAL ADVANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), 14, Southampton-row, Holborn; and 3, Tavistock-street, Coventgarden.-P.J. HARVEY, Secretary.
Seven years' experience. Knows Kain's Book-keeping. Law Accountants (Costs Draftsmen, &c.), 69, Chancery.lane,
THREE METHODS, viz., Single and Double Column
Systems (one volume), 78. 6d. ; Triple Column, 6s. CONEY ADVANCED at a Day's Notice AW.-WANTED, a RE-ENGAGEMENT WATERLOW and Sons, London-wall, and through all Book.
sellers. as Engrossing and General CLERK. Can abstract, the London district upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI.
koep books, make out bills, and assist generally. Good re. TURE without removal, repayable by easy instalments.
AW COSTS and ACCOUNTS.-Mr. H. ferences.--Address "M. E. P.," Post-office, Bradford, Yorks. No charge of any kind unless money advanced. As this does not emanate froin an agent, applicants must apply
in Town or Country on reasonable terms. Highest referpersonally, to Mr. BauGHAN, 31, Southampton-buildings,
AW.-WANTED, a SITUATION by an
ences. Thirty years' experience.--Offices, S7, Leadenhall. Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying
street. preliminary fees to pretenders.
well, draw Abstracts and ordinary Drafts and Costs. Salary
AW COSTS and ACCOUNTS. - EDWD.
J. FARRIES CONTRACTS to PREPARE COSTS
AW.- WANTED, by a Gentleman in Town or Country, for taxation or otherwise. Terms sell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, Ship-street,
strictly moderate. Highest references. Estimates free on Brighton, and South-colonnade, Hastings, ADVANCES ENGAGEMENT in a Country Office, as CLERK, with a
application.--219 late 920), Gresham House, Old BroadMONEY upon Personal Security, Bills of Sale, Freehold or view to a Partnership or otherwise. Well versed in Magis.
street. Leasehold Property, for one, two or three years, repayable terial, Union, and other branches of the Profession and weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Bills promptly discounted. would assist generally if required A moderate salary ac- SITUATIONS WANTED and VACANT con Forms free on receipt of stamped envelope.
cepted. References, &c.-Address "H.,” The Poplars, Over, EDWARD HARPER, Secretary. near Gloucester.
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