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THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A TO EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES, AND SOLICITORS

Pegal Notices. HOUSE WITHOUT MONEY.

SILVER PLATE, DIAMONDS,

RELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE, and

FINAL EXAMINATIONS,-Mr. E. H. BEDFORD'S BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, JEWELRY, ARTICLES OF VERTU,

CLASSES for the above EXAMINATIONS commenced >

on MONDAY, the Ith SEPT. -9, King's Bench-walk, 29 AXD 30, SOUTHAMPTON-BUILDINGS,

Temple.
CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.
CORRECTLY VALUED FOR PROBATE,

the Bar (Bachelor of Laws in honours), PREPARES, COST PERSONS ARE FAMILIAR with

in Chambers or throuch the past, for the INCORPO. , PURCHASED IN ANY AMOUNT AT THEIR FULL

RATED LAW SOCIETY, the BAR, and LONDON LL.B. of the Pianoforte Makers, by which anyone who Hires en

References to former and present pupils will be viren. Instrunent and pays the lire for that period, becoines she

VALUE FOR CASH,

Term voderate.-Addresa “LL.B.," care of Messrs. Reeves ABSOLUTE OWNER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Pre.

and Turner, Law Booksellers, 10). Chancery-lane, W.C. Viocsly to the introduction of this plan it was almost us dificult for those of limitel income to bry a koort Pinnoforte

D. & J. WELLBY, as * BUY A HOUSE; and persons went on vear alle

almost uniform success, prepared nearly nine hun. year, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and expendel

dred students for exaininition, prior to admission as Attoras much money as would have bought the Pianoforte WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PLATE, JEWELRY, ners, many having obtained a prize, exclusive of one in severul tinnes over.

Trinity Term 1!), the Clifford's Inn prizeman of Hilary AND PRECIOUS STONES,

and a certificate of merit in Trinity Tord, 1870, RECEIVES Want til hold good for Pianofortes rrill holl food for

PUPILS for Intermediate or Final Examinations, to whom HOUSES; and there are many who would lotub AVAIL 20, GARRICK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, THEMSELVES OF THE OPPORTUNITY, if it was

he devotes fire hours daily. Fremoderate.---For particulars,

LONDON. afforded them, of becoming

or an interview, address “Mr. J.," Messrs. Sterens and

Sons, Law Booksellers, 119, Chacery-lane, W.C.-V.B. THE OWNER OF A HOUSE

Classes are forming. limited in number, for the eosuing

Easter, Trinity, and Michaelmas Terms. in the same way as they have alrcady become the owner of Secondhand Plate, Jewelry, fc., for Sale, at Trade their paciorte.

Prices.

AW.-A Solicitor, practising in London, and
THE DIRECTORS
OF THE
ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS.

prepared to make Arrangements for the transaction of such

matters, and to guarantee his personal suprintendence. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY

References exchanxed.-Address A. B.,' dr. Drysdale,

JOHNSON,
HAVE DETERMINED TO AFFORD

Law Stationer, .,, Gray's-inn-place.

WALKER, and THE SAME FACILITIES FOR PURCHASING

TOLHURST,

AW PARTNERSHIPS and TRANSFERS.
HOUSES
DIAMOND MERCHANTS and WHOLESALE

-Mr. SIMPSON, %, Great James-street Bedford-row,
As now exist for Buying Pianofortes.

JEWELLERS.

W.C.

ESTABLISHED 1851, A HOUSE beins, however, a more expensive article to Pur: cbase than a Pianoforte, the " Threr Years' System" will at iply, excepoint in a very fet CuSOS: so that a MORE

direct

on, Detective Tact, and LENGTHENED PERIOD IS NECESSARY over which

Professional Experience. At Home and Abroad. Strict

80, ALDERSGATE-STREET, CITY. the time of Hiring must extend.

Filelity and Desnatch French, German, and Spanish

BURCHELL and Co., 209, Greshain House, 21, Old Broad-
In pursuance of this resolution
ECOND-HAND GUNS, RIFLES, and

street, E.C. THE DIRECTORS HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS

REVOLVERS,
WITH
By all the Best Makers.

1, SERIE-STREET, LINCOLN'S-1XX, W.C. THE OWNERS OF HOUSES

Messrs. DAVIES and HUNT, Paton: Solicitors continue to Large Stock of

procure BRITISH and FOREIGN PATENTS, &c., at In various parts of London, and its Suburbs, by which they

most moderate charges, and to SOLICITons at agency rules. are enabled to afford to the CENTRAL-FIRE AND PIN BREECH-LOADERS.

Solicitors and intendins Patentees should obtain their Menabers of the Birkbeck Building

LARGE BORES FOR INDIA.

"HANDBOOK FOR INVENTORS" gratis on application

or by letter,
Society

PLATE, JEWELLERY, AND WATCHES SECOND
AND OTHERS

MOLLETT,

HAND. A Tey tride CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES

BOOKER, and Co., the Hyde Park and Portman Eine locat in which they are situated. The Plan upon

VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND.

Auction and Estate Oficer. Albion House, Albion-place, Thich the Directors propose to proceed is

Hyde-park-square, PROBATE VALUATIONS in town or Catalogue of Guns, &c., sent on receipt of 3 Stamps.

country at 14 per cent. Coinmission, including Inventories TO LET THESE HOUSES FOR A PERIOD OF

and Certificates. Established 20 years. TWELVE-AND-A-HALF YEARS, At the end of which Time, if the Rent be Regularly Paid,

THE SANS-PLIS SHIRT.

LONDON GAZETTE (published by authority) and

LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE THE HOUSE

REGISTERED Nov. 1818.

Xo. 117, CHANCERY-LAXE, FLEET-STREET. Will become the absolute Property of the

ENRY GREEN (many years with the late Tenant

Specially adapted to meet the wants

George Keynell) Advertisement Agent, begs to direct TITHOUT FURTHIER PAYMENT OF ANY KIND.

of

the attention of the Legal Profession to the advantages of his

long experience of parts of tentu-fire year, in the specia IX ALL CASES

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS

insertion of all pro forná noticex, &c., and hereby solicits and

their continued support.-N.B. One copy of advertis, ment POSSESSION OF THE HOUSE

only required, and the strictent care and promptitude assured.

GENTLEMEN OF SEDENTARY PURSUITS | Officially stamped forms for advertisements and file of WILL BE GIVEN

London Gazette kept. WITHOUT ANY IMMEDIATE OUTLAY IN MONEY,

Ease Combined with a Perfect Fit. I cantins Parment of the Law Charges for the Title

Patterns and Particulars of Measure

Sales by Auction. Deeds, which in all cases will be restricted to

inent free by post.
Five Guineas,

SALES FOR THE YEAR 1672.
BEYOXD THIS SMALL SOM
BURDEN AND KEER,

ESSRS. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, and
NO PAYMENT OF ANY KIND
51. CONDUIT-STREET, BOND-STREET.

FARMER beg to announce that their SALES of IS REQUIRED BY THE SOCIETY

LANDED ESTATES, Town, Suburban, and Country BEYOND THE STIPULATED RENT, WHICH MAY

Houses, Business Premises, Building Land, Ground Rents,

“ Eureka Double

HIRTS FORD'S DE PAID EITHER MONTHLY OR QUARTERLY.

Reversions, and other Properties for the year 1972, will be Shrunk" Flannel Shirt.--Messrs. R. FORD and Co. held at the AUCTION MART, Tokenhouse yard, in the THE REXT PAYABLE BY THE TENANT

have all their NEW PATTERNS of their DOUBLE City of London, as follows: Includes Ground Rent and Insurance for sent free with self-inen-ure. The “Eureka Double Shrunk SHRUNK FLANNEL SHIRTS NOW READY. Patterns Tuesday, January 23

Tuesday, June 25
Tuesday, February 13

Tueaclay, July 2
the Whole Term.
are the perfection of flannel shirts. No quantity of washing Tuesday, Febinary 27

Tuesílay, July 9
will ever shrink them.-Richd. Fond and Co., 38, Poultry; Tierlay, March 12

Tuesday, July 10 Although the Number of years for payment of Rent is fixed Branch, 305, Oxford-street, W.

Tuesday, March 19

Tuesday, July 23 at Twelve and a hali,

Tuesday, March 20

Tuesday, July 30 A SHORTER PERIOD MAY BE CHOSEN AT AN

Tuesday, April 9

Tnesday, Aut 6 INCREASED RENTAL, | EORGE HOBSON'S SPECIALITIES IN

Tuesday, April 16

Tuesday, August 13 DRESS SUITS, 1, 4, and 5 GUINEAS.

Tuesday, April 23

Tuesday, August 2) To Order in a few hours' notice. His celebrated Trousers Tuesday, April 30

Tuesday, Aurt 27 A LONGER PERIOD AT A LOWER RENTAL, for the present season, for patterns and textures not to be Tuesday, May 7

Tuesday, October 8 surpassed. Price 16*. ' Superior fit and workmanship are the Tuesday, May 14

Tuesday, October The Terms of which may he ascertained on application to characteristics of his establishments. Illustrations and im. Tuesday, May 21

Tuesday, October the Manager. provedl system of self-measurement and Sample Patterns Tuesday, May 28

Tuesday, November 12 sent per book post on anplication,

Tuesday, June 4

Tuesday, Noveniler 26 EXCELLENCE with ECONOMY.

Tuesday, June 11

Tuesday, December 10 THE ADVANTAGES 118, Regent-street, W.; and 37, Lombard-street.

Tuesdny, June 18

Auctions can also be held on otherdays besides those above OF THIS

LL WHISKY. specitiell. Due notice must in any case he given, in order to New System of Purchasing a House,

ensure proper publicity; the period between such notice and

the auction would, of course, considerably depenl upon the MAY BE SUMMED UP AS FOLLOWS: This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the nature of the property intended to be sold. 60, Cheapside,

London, E.C. 1. Poreons of Limited Income, Clerks, Shopmen, and

CREAM OF IRISH WHISKIES, others, may, be hecoming Tenants of the BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, be placed at once in a position of

In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome iLdependence as regards their Landlord, than the finest Cognac Brandy. Note the words “Kinahan's

FARMER'S LIST of ESTATES end HOUSES LL." on seal, label, and cork.-Wholesale Depot, 8A, Great

to be SOLD or LET, including Landed Estates, Town and 2. Their REXT CANNOT BE RAISED, Titchfield-street, Oxford-street, W.

Country Residences, Hunting and Shooting Quarters, 3. They CANYOT BE TURNED OUT OF POSSES.

Farias, Ground Rents, Rentcharges, House Property, and SION 20 102 as they pay their Rent,

ANILLA CIGARS.—Messrs. VENNING

Investments generally, is PUBLISHED on the first day of 4. NO FEES or FINES of any kind are chargeable.

ench month, and may be obtained, free of charge, at their 5. Thos can leave the House at any time without notice. in excellent condition, in boxes of 500 each. Price 508. per ust received a consignment of No. 3 MANILLA CIGARS Ottices, so, Cheapside. E.C., or will be sent by pist in return

for two stamps.

Particulars for insertion should be re at being payable only to the time of giving up possession.' box, Orders to be accompanied by a remittance.

received not later than four days previous to the end of the 4. If circunstances compel them to leave the House

preceding month. bocre the completion of their Twelve and a half Years'

N.B.-Sample boxes of 100, 108. Tancy, they can Sub-let the House for the remainder of tie Term, or they can Transfer their right to another

COLD FEET.

FFICES to LET, on the Ground-Floor, Tenant.

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THERMOPODION, or 7. Finally, NO LIABILITY or RESPONSIBILITY of

Three Small Offices en suite, suitable for a Parliamentary any kind is incurred, beyond the Payınent of Rent by those

Barrister, &c.-Apply to MR. E. Whire, Watchmaker and & ho acaire Houses by this New System.

of the extremities or languid circulation should test this Jeweller. 20. Cockspur-street, S.W. The BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY have on their

neat and improved article for imparting heat, surpassing the Lot sovern! HOUSES, which they are prepared to LET on antique water bottle, inasmuch as a uniforin heat for an

INSTITUTION FOR 0 TFELVE AND A HALF YEARS' SYSTEM, and in

indefinite period can be retained at an infinitesimal cost.
Especially valuable for railway travelling, the carriage, or

DISEASES OF THE SKIN.-Physician---Dr. BARR many cases Iininediate Possession may be obtained.

study. Light, portable, and ornamental.- To be obtained of

MEADOWS.-Patients attended at 27, Gray's-inn-road, The Terms on which Houses can be placed on this all leading Furnishing Warehouses, Drapers, Chemists, in

King's.cross, on Mondays and Thursdays, and at lu, Mitre Register may be obtained on application to

imitation sealskin. Price 218.

street, Aldgate, on Wednesday and Friday morning at ten,

evenin, from six till nine. Average number of cares under FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager, Eole Manufacturers, SPENCE and Co., 6, Leather-lane, E.C. treatment 1000 weekly:-Thomas Robinsox, Hox. Scc.

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NATIONAL

Issue of 18,000 Extension Shares of £20 each of the SOMERSET AND DORSET RAILWAY

COMPANY.

JUNCTION OF THE MIDLAND AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAYS.

Completion of the Narrow Gauge from the North, and from the Cities of Bristol and Bath to the South and South

West of England.
EXTENSION TO THE MIDLAND RAILWAY AT BATH.

Authorised by Act of Parliament 31th and 35th Vict. cap. 905, completing the connection on unbroken narrow gauge between the systeins of the Midland Railway at its southern terminus at Bath, and the system of the London and South-western Railway, extending on the South to Portsmouth, Southampton, Bourneinouth, Poole, Weymouth, and by stenmers, to the Channel Islands and France, and on the West to Exeter, North Deron, Plymouth, and Devonport (via Lydford and Okehampton). Also between ihe cities of Bristol and Bath and London, and the narrow gauge railways south of the Thames. Price of issue - 171, 108. per share of l., such Extension Shores being entitled to rank for dividend at 5 per cent. per annum, payable out of gross receipts, as herenfter mentioned, equal to the rate of 51. 1 1*. 311. per cent. per annum interest on the price of issue. The due and punctunl payment of interest at such rate up to the opening of the line for public trattic, fixed for Sist December 1873), is guaranteed by the investinent of 3 1,06)2. Consols, which are now standing in the names of the under-inentioned Trustees, viz. :-The Right Honourable Lord Robert Montavu, M.P., and Joha Alexander Mainley Copo, Esti., 20, Great George.street, Westminster. London, Blessrs. Cope, Rose, and learsun, Solicitors, to be applied in the due paymeut thereof.

COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF INVESTMENT IN CONSOLS. We hereby certify that Thirty Thousand Pounds ('onsois have been invested in our names, whid we hold upon trust for securing (in accordance with the terms of the Decla. tion of Trust, dried the lith January, 1572, executed by us) the payınent of Interest to the holders of the Extension Shares of the Somerset and Dorset Railway, A- stated therein.

(Signed)

MONTAGU, Dated, London, 11th January, 1872.

J. A. M. COPES} Trustces. The Directors of the Somerset and Dorset Railway Company are prepared to receive Subscriptions for 18,600 shares of 207. ench, being the Extension Capital of the Somerset and Dorset Rai'way, authorised to be created by the Act of Parliament, :16:33 Vict, c. 30.3.

The price of the Extension Shares now offered for Subscription is 177. 108. per 207. share, and payment will be accepted as follows:2 on each 201. share applied for, payable on Application.

Allotment. 4

30th March 1872.

31st May 1-72. S 108.

31st July 1872. 417 108. Internet vill accruc on the derosit and payment on allotment, and on cach subsequent instalment from the date of payment thereoi, at the rate of i per cent per annum.

The interest will be payable huli.yearly, on lut January and 1st July in ench vear, at the London Banker of the i ompany, easrs. Robarts, Lubbock, and Co.13, Lombard-street, E.C., London. The tirat payment of interest will take place on 1st July, 1572.

Two-thirils of the shares now offered for subscription will be allo:ted to subscribers desiriny to pay up the whole of the instalments on allotment, in which case interest, at the rate of 5 per cent per nnnun, will run from that date on the whole 201. per share, oqual to 01. 118. Sii. per cent. per annum on the amount invested,

The object of the extension is to connect by an unbroken narrow gauge the tin great systems of the Milland Railway and London and South-Western Railway, which, reference to the accompanying inup, it will be seen will be effected by the extension to Bath of the present line of the Soinurset and Dorset Railway, thus perinitting of through traffic, without change of carriage between the North, and South and West of England, via the Midland Railway.

The existing line of the Somerset and Dorset Railway, opened and in work, is ff miles in length, and the extension line to Bath will be about 26 miles, making a total, aber completed, of 9! miles.

By the Act of Parliament authorising the extension, the filowing special advantages are offered to the extension shareholders.

By the provisions of -uch Act the line already existing is charged with the paym-rt, not only of its ova working expenses, but also of the workius expenses of the exles line, and (together with the extension railway) with an annual charge of 17,6XU.

The total gross receipts of the extension line are therefore available (subject to the ab ,ve) --without any deduction for working expenses--for payment of the direda: 5 per cent. per anuum to the extension shareholders, after the payment of interest on the extension debentures, limited to C#07. per annum.

The great advantages of this arransement will be seen on reference to the accompays: ing table of estimated traffic on completion of the extension line, furnished the veneral inanager, whose great experience on the line forins a valuable data for the directors and the company.

lle estimates the net income (after payment of working expenses
on both the existing ard the extension lines), at

461,200
Froin which has to be deducted the charges above-mentioned-riz.
17,0001, and Goul.--total

29, Leaving

1,28 on which the extension shares now for subscription have a first preferential charge, to py which would require only 19,00l. per annum, leaving a surplus of upwards of : beyond the amount required, and in effect thus creating a first-class preferential security of a very high order.

Scrip Certificates will be issued in exchange for the bankers' receipts, un'il the instal. ments are fully paid up, when the shares will be rezistered into the uime of each app. caut free of all charges, and the Share Certatirates of the company forwarded.

The Company's Acts of Parliament, and also the declaration of interest trust, may be seen at the offices of the soliciwr oi the Company, Williain Toogood, Esq., 16, Parlameat street, London.

Applications, accompanied by the payment of 21. on each share applied for, ar... be received on the form enclosed herewith which must be filled up and forwardetid the Company's Bankers, Messrs. Robarts, Lubbock, and Co., 13, Lombari-stre, E.O., London ; tu Stuckey's Bankin; Iompany, Glastonbury, and their branches; to Messrs. Walker and Lunsden, stock brokers, 9, Old Broad-struet, E.C., Lozoa; o the Secretary, Robert A. Kead, Esq., at the Company's Offices, 16, Parliamen: sintet, Westminster, of whom prospectuses inay be had.

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DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.
Director's.

Consulting Engineer.
GEORGE WARRY, Esq., Shadwick House, Bath, Chairman.

W. H. BARLOW, Esq., Consulting Enviieer to the Midland Railway Company, JOHN CLAVELL MAYSEL ELEYDELL, Esu., Longthorns, Dorset.

Solicitors.
WILLIAM WARING, Esq., Westminster.
HENRY D. SEYMOUR, Esq., Knoyle House, Wilts.

WM. TOOGOOD, E-c., 16, Parliament-struet, London.
JAMES CLARK, Esq., Street, Somerset.

W. T. SWAYNE, Esq., Glastonbury.
THOMAS GIBSON BOWLES, EX., St. James's-street, London.

Brokers.
RICHARD KING MEADE KING, Esq., Director of the Bristol and Exeter Messrs. WALKER and LUMSDEN, 9, Old Broad-street, London, E.C.
Railway Company,
Bankers.

Secretary and General Junager.

ROBERT A. READ, Esq.
Meesta. ROBARTS, LUBBOCK, and Co., Lombard-street, London.
STUCKEY'S BANKING COMPANY, Glastoubury, and Branches.

LONDON OFFICES–No. 16, Parliament-street, Westminster, S.W., London.

The contractors are under engazi ment to complete the line not later than the estil next year, and have engaged to pay interest on the shares now offered for Subscription, a: -1 rate of : percent. per annum during construction, to ensure which :30,14MW. Cousois have been invested, and are now standing in accordance with the before-mentioned certificata, ia u joint naines of the Right Honourable Lord Robert Montwu, M.P., and John Alexacur Mainley Cape. Esq., 26, Great George-street, Westminster (Messrs. Cope, Rose and Pearson, solicitors, who have consented to act as trustees, and who will apply the same in due payment of the interest upon the days appointed for the payment thereof.

By the favourable conditions inade, under which the working expenses of the extensive line will be defrayed the line already est i-hed, it be seen that a sruss ruce 24,0.01. per annum only is required to meet the payment of : per e-nt. per annun to be extension debenture and share holders, equal to only 181. per mile per werk on the ex: ansion line, being about one third of the average receipts of the railways of the United Kinkdom, which reach upwards of 521. per mile per week.

The average value of five per Cent. Preference Stocks of the Midland. South Wester, and other leading lines, ranges from 11:27, to 114, and at the price at which the well in extension shares are now offered - viz., 171. 06. per share, equal to $77. 10% per 104. *** it wi'l be seen how large a margin exists for increase in their value and the sound and ellyible character of the security. By order,

GEORGE WARRY. Chairma..

ROBERT A. READ, Secretars, London, 16, Parliament-street, Westminster. Jan. 12, 1872.

The accompanying map shows the course of the Somerset, and Dorset line and its Exten. sion (coloured Kreen), and its connections with the Midland Railway at its southern terminus at Bath, and also with the London and South Western Railway.

By arrangements with the Midland Company, for the purpose of the interchange of traffic with that company. powers hnve been conceded to this Company to run over a part of the Millan Railway, and to use the station of that company at Buih.

By arranvemeuts with the London and South Western Company, traffic will be interchanged with that Company's Railway at the existing junctions at Templecombe and Wimborne

This line completes the communication, on unbroken parrow gauge, between the Northern, Xorth-WW-stern, and Midland Counties, and the whole of the south and west of Englund, and between the cities of Bristol and Bath and London, and the narrow gauge railways south of the Thames.

It will also attorii the shortest and most direct accesa, on unbroken narrow gaure, from the Midland Railway, and from Bristol and Bath, to Portsmouth, Sonthampton, Bournemouth. Poole, and W sinonth; and to) Sherborne, Yeovil, Axminster, Honiton, Sidmouth, Exmouth, Exe'er. North Deron, Plymouth, und Devonport; ani by steamers from Southampton to Jersey. Guernsey, and France.

The great inconvenience, delay, and loss resulting from the break of cause now occurring at Bristol will be aroided by this route, and passenders and goods will be able to proceed to their destination without change of conveyance, and at through rates and fares.

A large and remunerative tratñe cannot fail to result from these advantazes.

Under an avrement in perpetuity, -auctioned by Parlinment, between the London and South Western Railway Company and this Company, faciities for interchange of traffic, through rates and fares, and other important tratfic arrangements, are already secured ; the importance of the line to the systeins of the London and Sonth-Western mit Midland Companies being very wreat. The directors of the London and South-Western Railway Company have, in the report submitted at their last half yearly meeting, called the atten. tion of the shareholders in that company to the importance of this line.

The Extension Line passes thronzh a district rich in valuable limestone, bath, freestone, and in iron ore, for the smeltins of which larwe works have for some years been in suc cessful operation in the neixhbourhood; it also passes through the centre of the Somersetshire coalfield at Radstock, and will convey thnt coal direct from the pits, and without break of gange, to Bath, with a population of 60,000, and to the towns and districts of the London and South Western Railway, extending from Basingstoke, Salisbury, and Ports. month on the south-east, to Exeter on the west, including a population exceeding 500,000, for which this cealtield is the nearest and cheapest source of supply.

Upwards of half a million tons a year are at present raised, for which there is now but one outlet by railway, which is on the brond gauge, and the output steadily increases. The construction of this line will lead to a still more rapid derelopment of its resources, which are estimated to ainonnt to 120 million tons of coal.

The Company have, under an agreement which is scheduled to and confirmed by the Act authorising the line, purchased, on advantageous terms, the Somersetshire Coal Tramway, over which upwards of 100,00 tons a year are at present carried, which will con: nect the line with all the principal pits in and near Radstock, the produce of which can thus be brought directly on to the railway.

An agreement has been entered into with Messrs Thomas and Charles Walker, contractors, of Westminster, for the purchase of the land and the construction of the extension line. Arrangements have also been made for the purchase of the Somerset Coal Tramway, and of additionnl rolling stock, &c., the whole being within the limits of the authorised capital and borrowing powers of the company.

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ISSUE of 18,000 EXTENSION SHARES of 201. each of the SOMERSET ASD

DORSET RAILWAY COMPANY.
JUNCTION of the MIDLAND AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAYS.

FORM OF APPLICATIOX.

(To be retained by the Bankers.) To the Directors of the Somerset and Dorset Railway Company, London. GENTLEMEN, -Having paid to your credit at your bankers the sum of being 21. per share on

Extension Shares of the Somerset and Dorset Railway CE pany, I request you to allot me that number of Shares, and I hereby agree to accep: die same, or any smaller number that may be allotted to 'me, and to pay the balance die thereon, according to the terms of the prospectus dated 12th January, 1872.

Nane (in full
Address
Profession (if any)
Date.......

Signature (Addition to be filled up if the applicant wishes to pay up in full op allotment. I desire to avail myself of the privilege to pay up in full on allotment the above Shares, in terms of Prospectus.

Signature SSUE of 18,000 EXTENSION SHARES of 201. each of the the SUBSCRIPTION LISTS for the above will be CLOSED on Thesday Nest, the wind in st., for applications from town and country.

By order. ROBERT A. READ, Secretary and General Manager, N. 16, Parliament-street, London, S.W., Jan. 17, 1579.

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Pruled and published by HURACE Cox. at 10, Wellington-street, Strand, London, W.C., in the County of Middlesex.-Saturday, January 20, 1872.

THE JOURNAL OF THE LAW AND THE

LAWYERS,

[REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER.]

Price (with Reports), ls. 6d.

Without Reports, 9d.

VOL. LII.—No. 1504. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1872.
Money, Wanted and to Lend.

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Well up in MONEY ADVANCED TO ANY AMOUNT on Court and Chamber practice. Twenty years' experience.of LANDED Diamonds, Jewels, Precious Stones, Plate, Watches, and " A.," care of Mr. Stonehouse, 8, Park-street, Dorset-square,

every description of Valuable Property. The above Bought w. Salary moderate. CHISEMENT COMPANY incorporated by special Act of

for Cash), Sold, or Taken in Exchange. Parliament), ADVANCES MONEY

Second-hand Guns by all the noted Makers at

AW. - Advertiser, who has received a 1st.-To the Owners of Settled and other Estates, for VAUGHAN'S, 39, STRAND, LONDON, W.C.

DESIRES a SEAT in the Common Law or Chancery the Erection of FARM BUILDINGS and COTTAGES,

Department of a London Solicitor. Will give six months, and for the DRAINAGE, IRRIGATION, ENCLOSING,

Good references.-Address "M. B. C." (No. 1501), 10. CLEARING, and general Improvement of LANDED Pro.

Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. perty in any part of the United Kingdom: end.To the Owners of Settled Estates in England, for

A W - PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS. the ERECTION or COMPLETION of MANSIONS, AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, by a

CLERKSHIP WANTED, eleven years' experience STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS:

in Magisterial, Tax, Local Board and Highway Business. 3rd. --To Landowners generally, to enable them to sub admitted, a sinall PARTNERSHIP, or CLERKSHIP with

Can keep accounts, and willing to assist generally. Age 27; scribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCTION view to Partnership, either in Town or Country. Excellent

married; wood character.--"A. B.," 335, Edgware-road, of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, which will

Paddington, W. references.--Apply to “H. W.," Post-office, Salisbury, beneficially affect their Estates :

4th.-INCUMBENTS, for the Improvement of their GLEBE LANDS, by Drainage, and the Erection of FARM

Conveyancing, Accounts, the BUILDINGS and COTTAGES:

an Office, methodical, and accustomed to advise clients, XERSHIP, for which he is willing to give a Moderate Pre

desires a RE ENGAGEMENT as MASAGER or Convey5th. --TO COPYHOLDERS for the ENFRANCHISE.mium. He was articled to, and since his admission 1. T.

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ancing CLERK.-Address "A. X.” (No. 1503), 10, Welling. MEST of COPYHOLD LANDS. 1N69 has remained with, a City firm.-Address "S. B. B.,'

ton-Street, Strand, W.C. The amount borrowed with the expenses would be charged

16, London-street, Fenchurch-street, E.C. on the estate benefited, and repaid by a rentcharge termi.

AW.-A

- inn nating in twenty-five years. AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, in a

now NO INVESTIGATION OF THE LANDOWNER'S

Country office of extensive practice, a Junior WORK. Managing Clerk in a Lincolu's-inn Office, having held two

ING PARTNER, who has had experience. A Churchman prior Managing Clerkships, desires RE-ENGAGE. TITLE IS NECESSARY.

and Conservative preferred. --Address "A. Z." (No. 1501,, 10, MENT or WORKING PARTNERSHIP.-Address "Lex" Forms of application and all further particulars may be Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.

(No. 1504), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. obtained of Messrs. Rawlence and Squarey, 2, Great Georgestreet, Westminster: S.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs.

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а AW.-The Advertiser, who is accustomed Ashurst, Morris, and Co., Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London, E.C.; of Merry Gillespie and Paterson, W.S., 81A, George. Advertiser in the conduct of his Town Business, and to CLERKSHIP in Town or Country. He has been recently street, Edinburgh, agents for the Company in Scotland;share his offices. - Address • Lex,” care of Mr. Warner, Law admitted, and is able and willing to make himself generally and at the Offices of the Company as below Stationer, Chancery-lane.

usefu!.--For further particulars and references address T. PAIX, Managing Director.

"A. B.." 15, Princess-street, Leicester. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary.

PARTNERSHIP. – A Firm of Land, Loan, and Enfranchisement Company,

AW.- To

BILLS OF No. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W.

PARTNER who is familiar with General Practice, and who

would devote himself to the duties of the office. Purchase rate cominission. Highest references furnished. Attendance DEBENTURES AT 5, 51, and 6 PER CENT. money 15001.---Apply to Mr. SIMPSON, Law Partnership and Town and Country. Agency accounts collected and re.

Transfer Omices, 2, Great James-street, Bedford-row, W.C. mitted.-J. Simmons and Co., Law Accountants and Costs COMPANY, LIMITED The

Draftsmen, 29, New Bridge-street. E.C. Established 1915.

AW PARTNERSHIPS.— KAIN, WITT, to replace other falling due, vi z. : for one year at 5 per cent

AW. WANTED, : for three years at 5 per cent., and for five years at 6 per

men, &c.), invite attention to their resister of SELECTED cent, per annum; also for longer periods, on terms to be APPLICANTS having capital, intluence, and ability. -69, ascertained at the Office of the Company.

of a Country Practice, and capable of managing the same Chancery-lane.

without any supervision, & SITUATION as Managing R. A. CAMERON, Secretary.

CLERK Salary required 3301. per annum.-Address

"8. F. W." (No. 1304), 10. Wellington-street, London, W.C. ORTGAGE.—40001. WANTED, at 6 per

Practices, Wanted and for Sale. to Hornsey Church and Railway Station, and now Letting,

of a carefully educated Youth (aged 17), who has Eight Rooms each, separate leases, direct from freeholder.

SUCCESSION.-WANTED, to passed the Preliminary Examination, are desirous of placing Term Ninety-nine Years; Ground Rents moderate; Title

him with an established Firm in General Practice in the undeniable; separate inortgages required for each house to facilitate selling and dealing with the property. Costs to be of 7001. or 8001. a year, City preferred.-Address, with full

City of London, Only a small premium can be paid. agreed for Sanne. A bonu fille good security.-Address particulars, to

Address “ E. S.,"11, London-road, Brighton.

Z. 0." care of Mr. Anderson, Law StaF. PERKINS, 179. Queen's-road, Dalston. tioner, Southampton-buildings, Chancery.lane.

AW.-TO . Practical ONEY.-WANTED to INVEST from

and rapidly-increasing town in a Midland county. his services to a Barrister. Has been accustomed to legal

Suitable for a gentleman of moderate capital.- Address pay moderate interest. Send rentals and other information

routine. The most satisfactory references.-Address"N.R.," to TERRY and ROBINSOX, Solicitors, Bradford, Yorkshire. "A. C.” (No. 1501), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.

2, Finchley road, Lorrimore-square, S.E. , . GAGE of Land in one two, or three sums.-Apply to

but not admitted), with excellent testimonials and re. Town, may OBTAIN A PRACTICE near London, provided Mr. Geo. ARMSTRONG, Solicitor, 3, Arcade, Newcastle-upon. he apply his energies to the promotion of the Business:

ferences, WANTS & SITUATION Conveyancing Tyne.

CLERK. He has also a good knowledge of Common Law. Apply to Mr. SIMPSON, Law Partnership and Transfer

-Address "T. A. G.," care of G. R. Dodd, Esq., 26, New TONEY.--80,0001, to LEND, in one Sum, Offices, 2, Great James-street, Bedford-row.

Broad-street, City, E.C. or several, at 4 per cent., on approved Freehold Security. Apply to Messrs. Paul and James, The Close,

AW.-WANTED, by the Advertiser (aged Exeter.

Situations, Wanted and Vacant.

and General CLERK, Well acquainted with the practice ONEY.–10,0001. ready to be ADVANCED

of the Lord Mayor's Court and County Court business. AW.-WANTED, by & Gentleman, a

Salary moderato. Good references.-Address on MORTGAGE, altogether or in sums of not less

ALPHA,'

care of Mr. E. Cex, 116, Chancery-lane, W.C.
than 10001. each.--Apply to Hirst and CAPES, Solicitors,
Boroughbridge.

references.-Address "N, G.," Mr. Cox, Law Stationer,
116, Chancery-lane, E.C.

WANTED by a Solicitor (admitted in 1867). The WANTED, sereral sums of MONEY, on Mortgage

AW.-A respectable Youth (in his 17th advertiser is competent to undertake (without supervision) on Freehold and Leasehold property, in amounts from 3001. year) desires a SITUATION in a London Solicitor's

the entire control of the Conveyancing business of an office, to 50101. Interest 57. and 61. per cent.-- Apply to Messrs. Office. Excellent references: -- Address " A. Y. Tçare of “X.,” Box 125, Post-office, Bristol.

and could also (if required) attend to the accounts.-Address LEWIS and Sons, Solicitors, 7, Wilmington-square, W.C. Housekeeper, 19, Benet's-hill, Doctors’-commons, È.C.

AW.-A Solicitor (34, and unmarried),

who has for some time past been taking an active sonal or other available security. A moderate in

part in the management of an extensire Conveyancing terest repayable by instalmenta. No preliminary fees. six years' experience. Salary 11. -Address "B. W.," care of

Office of high standing, and who has also had considerable Forms free, or by post one stamp. REAL AND PER. Mr. Robert Edwards, New Romney, Kent.

experience in Common Law and general Practice, and is SONAL ADVANCE COMPANY LIMITED), 14, South.

competent to act withont supervision, if desired, seeks a ampton-row, Holborn; and 3, Tavistock-street, Covent. garden.-P. J. HARVEY, Secretary.

YOUTH desire to ARTICLE him to a respectable mately admitted to a working share, if he

firm in Liverpool. Premium must be moderate. - Address CONEY ADVANCED at a Day's Notice

care "A.,” care of 1. Greenwood, Advertising Agent, Liverpool.

me highest references. --Addresse. Le papie satisfaction. H. M. Taylor, Solicitor, Queen’s-chambers, 57, Princess.

. the London district upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI. AW.-WANTED, a RE-ENGAGEMENT TURE without removal, repayable by easy instalments. No charge of any kind unless money advanced. As this

five years' experience; salary ii. 28.; unexceptionable re- COURTS. All the Settled Forms. Fee and other does not emanate from an agent, applicants must apply

ferences.-Address SPES,” Mr. R. Rees, 10, Sydenham. Stamps kept in stock.-Wills carefully Engrossed for Propersonally, to Mr. BAUGHAN. 34, Southampton-buildings, terrace, Neath, S. Wales.

bate. Deeds and other Writings Engrossed and Copied. Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying

Plans Copied and Reduced. Business established upwards preliminary fees to pretenders.

AW.--CONVEYANCING and CHANCERY. Of sixty years.-SAAw and BLAKE, Law Stationers, Doctors'.
-The Advertiser (admitted) seeks a RE-ENGAGE-

commons, E.C. List of forms, &c., forwarded, post-free, on UTUAL LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION MENT in the above branches. Salary moderate. Town or

application, Country:- Address "H. S." (No. 1508), 10, Wellington-street, sell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, Ship-street, Strand, w.C.

AW BOOK-KEEPING, by G. J. KAIN, Brighton, and South-colonnade, Hastings, ADVANCES MONEY upon Personal Security, Bills of Sale, Freehold or Leasehold Property, for one, two, or three years, repayable

AW.- A Gentleman now in Practice, Law Accountants Costs Draftsmen, &c.), 69, Chancery-lane. weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Bills promptly discounted.

admitted last Easter Term, is desirous of taking the

THREE METHODS, viz., Single and Double Column
Forms free on receipt of stamped envelope.
MANAGEMENT of the 'General Business in a Country

Systems (one volume), 76. 6d.; Triple Column, 68.
Solicitor's Office, with or without a view to Partnership.

WATERLOW and Sons, London-wall, and through all Book.

sellers, He has had great experience in all branches. - Address Mr. Harper having ceased to have any connection with this

"T. S. D.,care of Mr. May, 78, Gracechurch-street, E.C. Association, all communications to be addressed to C. R. WRIGHT, Accountant. AW.-A Gentleman (admitted in 1854) in Town Country one reasonable terms. Highest refer:

HAMMOND (late with Messrs. Kain and Co.) attends LOAN COMPANY. MONEY LENT from 57. to 5001. on Personal Security. Deeds, wishes to obtain active EMPLOYMENT, and would be glad

Thirty years' experience. ---Offices, 87, Leadenhall.

street. shares, life policies, jewellery, place, &c.- from one month to

to communicate (confidentially) with any solicitor or firm rethree years--repayable by Instalments or otherwise. Bills

quiring assistance. Remuneration to be arranged. Good discounted.-Office, 71, Fleet-street, E.C. Established 1860.

references:- Apply by letter only: tom W. Toca care of ME: SITUATIONS WANTED and VACANT con

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extensive practice, a thoroughly experierced Convey. Lately published, in one vol., sro., price 1 ls, cloth. Drafts and Abstracts. First-class testimonials; twelve ancing and General CLERK. A Churchman and Conserva

on

, vears' experience.- Address

8, Richmond-grove,

tive preferrerl.-Adress "A. B. C.” (No. 1501), 10, WellingSurbiton-hill, Kingston, Surrey. ton-street, Strand, W.C.

CHISES of the CITY of LONDON. BY GEORGE TO AW.-A VACANCY occurs in the Office NORTON, formerly one of the Common Pladers of the

City of London and afterwards Advocare.(Anrral of Madrai.

Third Edition, revised throughout to the Present Time, with thoroughly

conversant with the duties of a Municipal Office, County, for a well educated young yunticinan, as Articled a Copious Index. acenstment to attend and take minutes of meetings, and CLERK. Several public appointments held (including * In his account of the his. 'nnd earnestly to understand hal 2004 experience in Conveyancing, Common Law, Costs, County Court.-Address "LEX,''care of Mr. Maclaran, 13. tory and chartered franchises the constitution of the Cor. Bankruptry and the Management of a Solicitor's Office, Serle-street, Lincoln's-inn, W.C.

of the City of London Mr. poration." - Vlorin Shur, desires an ENGAGEMENT. Highest references; aged 28,

Norton has contrired

"Mr. Norton has derated - direxs “LINDUM" (No. 1501, 10, Wellington-street, AW EXAMINATIONS.-The Editor of the satisfy most agreeably the much time and labonr to the Strand, w.C.

wants of the antignarinn, examination of ancient reHonours at one Examination, has FINAL and INTER- the social philosopher, and coras, and has thus homo

the general politician.' enabled to throw considera (admitted in Trinity Term 1870), a Managing CLERK.

TextintorRerier,
Terms. Terms moderate.--Apply to WM. AMER, Law Pub.

able licht on the early his SHIP. Capable of taking the entire management, without lisher, Lincoln's-inn-gate, W.C.

"Xot merely is this a very tory of the City, the orizin supervisin, ot Chancery, Common Law, and Bankruptey,

useful book of reference upon and nature of its conftito. 2nd wulvieink clients; at present holding a similar appoint.

soll natteis in which the tion, and grinlity of its trac. ment in a country office in the north; a good advocate.

He deserves credit Precedents in Conveyancing, published in 1857.

fpecial laws and customs of hiser. " LL. B." (No. 1544), 19, Wellington-street. Strand.

the City are , for landing fubiect in

IN MODERN CON. instruction for subject will nelmit of." VEYANCISG, in 3 vols., containing 420 Precedents, as render, containing a vast

Lakini Rerier, verancing CLERK, with or without a view to a Partnership. follows:

quantity of curious informa. " The really valnable work Advertiser rad with a Conveyancing Counsel, and has

tion as to the manners and of Mr. Vortoure likely to subsequently held a Conveyancing Clerkship for nearly fire

1. Conditions of Sale : 2. Conveyances of Freehold Estates:

social lives of our ancestors." take, as it teserrer, an antio. 3. Aspinnments of Leafcholiis, Chattels, &C.; 4. Copyhold Midland counties preferred.-Address “C.T.N.,' years.

Le Timex. rititive place as a reliable Mr. Preston, Law Stationer, Birmingham. Assurances; 3. Assurances under Fine and Recovery Act

"The importance of the guide throuvh to intricacies 6. Mixed Assurances; 7. Agreements for Lenses: 8. Leases;

work is not to be measured of the City' annals. M: AW.-The Advertiser, who is efficient in %. Grants

of Mines, &c,10. Attornments : 11. Marriage

by its weight as a piece of Norton has some excellent Articles; 12. Marria re Settlements; 13. Post-nuptial Settle

adrocacy, but by the camellent chapters on the prorress ! mente, &c.; 11. Separation Deells; 15. Equitable Mortgages; counts of a Solicitor's office, desires a permanent SITUA.

skill with which obscure trade, the increas of om 16. Mortgages of Freehold, Leasehold, and Copyholil ; 17. TION. Is an expert shorthand writer and correspondent,

matters of law and history neres, the exclusive trains Mortgages of Stock, Shippiny, Mixed Mort aces, further and has a good knowledge of French and Italian. Age 23;

are, investigatel, intricate privileges of London, 2010, Charke, Transfers, &c.; ls. Bonds and Warrants of Attor.

subjects elucidated, and the jolies. marrier. Salary required, :1. weekly:-Address

de : and indeed A. A." ney, Votices relating to Mortages and Annuities; 19. No. 1501), 19, Wellingtoh-street, Strand, W.C.

history of the city of the Cor. scarcely any tovic of interest Relenses, Indemnities, and Guarantees; 20. Wills; 21. Par.

puration of London, put into relative City interests tition Derds : 22. Appointments; 23. Trust Deedls ; 21.

! relation with that of the remains undiscussed." Partnership Deeds: 25. Composition Deeds; 20. Power of

nacion. It is an excellent

City Praus, Managing Conveyancins CLERK. A Gentleman, Attorney and Notices,

piece of work, and shows in "Nothinz cu exceed the articled in the North of England, adnitted Hilary 1863 With Practical and Explanatory Notes, Index, &c. Pub.

every pare the thorough and lucidity of style or the perspule (azed :50), seeks a RE-ENGAGEMENT as above. Has had lished price of the three Vols., 17. 18. Reduced to 21.28. anoch experi:nce in good London offices during the past

orilerly habits of mind of a cuity of Mr. Norton's arHORACE Cox, 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. philosophical latrrer,"

radxecat of the elaborate seven years. Would not object to Advocacy if required.

Pall Mall Gazette. materials inpun which he has Address“ Lex," care of T. Young, Enq., Solicitor, Croydon.

Historically Mr. Wurton's worked In about 1#paces srove, Croydon.

Now ready, second edition, price 38.,

work is one of zreat interest; le pluces before us the roo.

but it is chietly salnable as a sunce of try 100ste A W. — RESIDENT ASSISTANT. — A book of friendly counsel for girls. By SIDNEY COX. | ters, privileges franchises, ditterent monarchs. It be (PRING TIME; or, Words in Season. A

text-book of the various char. charters, granted by trents Solicitor, 35 years of age, arlmitted in 1857, and well analified, particularly in Conveyancing and County Court "This book contains life-like and pleasing episodes fron and usases of this venerabile hoves all good citizens to Rexistrar's Practice, is willing to GIVE his SERVICES in onr English lite, in which the characteristics of girlhood are ' Corporation of London. It study theme charters before a Country Office, in Exchange for Board and Lodging, with cleverly sketched.

As an amuseinent for

appearance

singularly the content of the City a comfortable home and checrful society, and a Stipend at spare moments, as t'ell as a book of friendly counsels for

opportune when Biils are is channel"-ilorur!. the rate of 231. a year. Any gentleman whose circumstances girls,' we heartily commend it to all."- The Guardian.

before Parliament imm. "No one can attain to a and requirements are in accordance with this offer, may "Mrs. Sidney Cox's volume is one of excellent counsel. I

dintely atfecting the muni. satifactory knowledge of the apply to " REFEREC" (No. 1303), 10, Wellington-street, is also an entertaining book."--The Atheneum.

cipal arrangements of the City of London sithout the Strand, W.C.

“Our girls will find a valuable monitor in Spring Time Metropolis. His book will help of Mr. Norwu's Com.

The authoregs discourses with admirable sense."--7'* Queen prove a valuable guide to mentaries." AW.– WANTED, Two good Copying "Some kindly and friendly counsels to girls are given by those who wish thoroughly

Atheneum, CLERKS.- Apply, by letter only, to DUIGMAN and the authoress.

The work contains many practical

London: LONGMAXS, GREES, and Co., Patcrnoster-rov, solicitors, Walsall.

hints on what may be termed the common-place virtues and
vices of daily life in girlhood."- The Obserror.

Now ready, price 38., by post&s. 21.
. WANTED, a good Engrossing “We exhort all English girls to study this book.
These maxims and truthis should be sown broadcast.

MANUAL of the LAW of DIVORCE ** Box 20," Post-office, Wakefield. The anthoress writes with marvellous tact."--Croydon

and MATRIMONIAL CAUSES, with a Chapter on Chronicle.

the Married Women's Property Act 1570.

By ROBERT WANTED, an experienced London: HORACE Cox, 10, Wellington-street, Strand. CULLEN DEWY, Solicitor, London. Fingrossing CLERKAddress, stating age, salary. Just published, in demy svo. (pp. xxxii., 750), cloth, price 258.

LONGXANS, GREEN, and Co., Paternoster-rov. &c., to Box 6," Post-office, Carlisle.

- The . COPYING CLERK WANTED.

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post 7d., contains the Answers to this Tern's Final Exami. py Deeds. A suitable person would be regularly employed.

By . The Surple to "S. B.," Box No. 3, Post Office, Middlesbrough,

Examination.
A W.
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Embracing the Law of Copyright, the Law relating to

WM. AMER, Law Bookseller, Lincoln's-inn-gate, W.C.
Newspapers, the Law relating to Contracts hetween Authors,
WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office, a Young Man who Publishers, Printers, &c., and the Law of Libel. With the
can write Shorthand from dictation.-Apply by letter, stating

In the press, price 28.64..
Statutes relating thereto, Forms of Axreements between
reforene“, age, and salary required, to Messrs. LEAVER and

SECOND EDITION OF
Authors, Publishers, &c., and Forms of Pleaclings.
SHIRLEY, 34, Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn, W.C.

VPIRITUALISM ANSWERED by

By JOHN SHORTT, LL.B., . . WANTED, a good Writing and

SCIENCE. By EDWARD W. COX, S.L., F.R.G.S.

OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW; CONTENTS : -- I. Introduction. II. The Faces and Phe. Mineral sulary will be viven. - Apply. With specimen of Joint Editor of " The Land of Railway Companies" and " The

nomena. III. Is it Psychie or Spiritual, Nainal or Siper.

naturol IV. The Conclnsions from the Facts, V. Hos to writiny, and stating salary expected, to "R. P.," Post-office,

County Cokils Acts, Ruler, and Orders." Hereford.

Try Experiments. VI. Postscript on the 'Apology of the

Quarterly Reciew. The preface says that thus science may AW.-WANTED, a CLERK, in a Public LONDON: HORACE COX, 10, WELLINGTON-STREET

restore the faith that science has shaken in the existence of

the soul, and the consequent prospect of immortality, ditions writer and accountant.-- Apply to

STRAND, W.C.

London: LONGMAX AXD Co.
A. B.," Box 9,
Post-office, Carditr, stating age and salary required, with
references
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Now ready, 12mo., price 78.,
a trustworthy and
energetic CLERK, capable of taking the Manage.
ment of an Office of varied practice.--Address, with full par.
ticulars as to avre, salary, married or single, and references,
* JUSTITIA," Post Office, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.

WITH haring several Public Appointments and a General Practice in an important town, twenty miles from London, is prepared to take a Non-resident PUPIL.-Apply to

А. COPIOUS BODY OF

OF FORMS.
B. H. R.," 117, Chancery-lane, W.C.
AW.-COUNTY COURT CLERK.-

BY
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Liquidation.-Address, stating age and salary, to FREDERICK

THOMAS WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Esq., BLAKE, Newport, Isle of Wight. AW.-WANTED, a CLERK to attend to

RECORDER OF BATH. business in a London office:- Apply, stating salary required, and with references, to " PORTER," The Lodge, Staple-inn, Holborn, W.C.

LONDON: AW.-CLERK WANTED, competent to

HORACE COX, “LAW TIMES" OFFICE, 10, WELLINGTON-STREET, STRAND. the supervision of the principal.- Apply by letter; stating qalifications, are, and salary required, to "B, B.," Messrs.

Now ready, price 158., Reynell and Son," 14, Chancery-lane.

AW.-WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office, an writes a yood hand and can make himself generally useful. - Apply, by letter, to "R. P.." Metchim and son, Law Sixtioners, 24, Parliament.street, S.W.

AW.-CHANCERY CLERK WANTED, in
West-end office.--Address stating age, present and

BEING A
rant situntions, and sulary expected, to "W.," care of
Messrs. Lidierd, Law Stationers, 59, Carey-street, Lincoln's.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL BOOK OF REFERENCE FOR FACTS n. AW.-WANTED, for a temporary engage

RELATING TO THE CLERGY AND THE CHURCH. and Active CLERK, with a Practical knowledge of Con. veyancing, and the routine of a Country office.- Address,

SIXTH ISSUE. with references and salary required, “8. S.," Messrs. Water. ow's, Birchin-lane, London,

LONDON : HORACE COX, 10, WELLINGTON-STREET, STRAND, W.C.

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