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PARTRIDGE AND COOPER, GURNEY AND KEY.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL STATIONERS.

ESTABLISHED 1830. 192, FLEET-STREET, AND1 & 2, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, E.C.

SHERRIES, 21s., 248., 278., 308. (Fino, 36s.), 428., to 968.
PORTS, 338., 368., 42s.

Old Bottled, 488. to 1008.
Carriage paid to the Country on Orders exceeding 208.

CLARE T8, 16s., 198., 21s., 24., 30s. Old Bottled, 428. to 908.
Legal Stationery 25 per cent lower than any other house. CHAMPAGNE, 368., 42s. ... Canneaux's dry, 488., 546.
PARTRIDGE AND COOPER'S COMMERCIAL AND Ditto GEORGE GOULET's 1st quality, 638.
LEGAL DIARIES ARE NOW READY.

SPARKLING HOCK and MOSELLE, 428. to 728.
THE TIMES, Nov. 25, 1874.

STILL HOCK, MOSELLE, SAUTERNE, &c., from 245.
"The diaries of Messrs. Partridge and Cooper for 1875 MASDEU,
are got up so as to be admirably adapted for office use,
being cheap, handy. and not overloaded with useless

64, CHANCERY.LANE. W.C. matter, while giving good writing space.”

WHISKY.
THE NEW “VELLUM WOVE CLUB-HOUSE” NOTE,
99. 6d. per ream.

This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the
very
CREAM OF IRISH WHISKIES.

Send for GARDENING GUIDE AND GENERAL INDENTURE SKINS, Printed and Machine-ruled, to hold twenty or thirty folios, 23. 3d. per skin, 268. per dozen, In quality unrivalled, perfectly pure, and more wholesome

CATALOGUE. The most comprehensive work of the 1253. per roll.

than the finest Cognac Brandy. Note the red seal, pink kind. 500 Illustrations. Price 18., post free. Seconds or FOLLOWERS, Ruled, ls. 11d. each, 223. per dozen, label, and cork branded Kinanan's LL Whisky." ---Whole1058, per roll.

sale Depôt, 20, Great Titchfield-street, Oxford-street, W. RECORDS or MEMORIALS, 7d. each, 68.6d. per dozen.

HOOPER AND CO.,
JOHN TANN'S

Have still on hand
LEDGERS, DAY-BOOKS, CASH-BOOKS, LETTER OG MINUTE-BOOKS

An immense stock in various bindings. RELIANCE SAFES SPLENDID PALMS
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST of Inkstands, Postage Scales,
Copying Presses, Writing Cases,

Despatch Boxes, Oak and
Walnut Stationery Cabinets and other useful articles
adapted to Library or Office, post free.
THIEVES AND FIRE.

CONSERVATORY
PUNERAL REFORM. – The exorbitant

AND TABLE DECORATION. an oppressive tar upon all classes of the community a todich DEED BOXES AND STANDS.

At 3s. 6d., 58., 7s. 6d., to 21s. each. a view of applying a remely to this serious evil the LONDON NECROPOLIS COMPANY, when opening their extensive cemetery at Woking, held themselves pre

LISTS FREE.

HOOPER AND CO., pared to undertake the whole duties relating to interments at fixed and moderate scales of charge, from which survivors may choose accor ling to their means and the requirements 11, NEWGATE STREET, E.C.

COVENT GARDEN, LONDON, W.C. of the case. The Company also undertakes the conduct of Funerals to other cemeteries, and to all parts of the United

PATENT Kingdom. A pamphlet contairing full particulars inay be obtained, or will be forwarded, upon application to the

SIDNEY SEED Chief Office, 2, Lancaster-place, Strand, W.C. WATERPROOFER,

SOWER, SON'S PICKLES, 125, REGENT STREET,

FOR EVERY GARDEN SAUCES, and CONDIMENTS.-E. Lazenby and Son, sole proprietors of the celebrated recipes and manu

199, STRAND.

For Nowing all sorts and

sizes of facturers of the pickles, sauces, and condiments so long and favourably distinguished by their name, beg to remind the

VEGETABLE and FLOWER public that every article prepared by them is guaranteed as entirely, unadulterated. -92, Wigmore-street, Cavendish. VENTILATED FISHING COAT,

SEEDS. square (late 6, Edwards-street, Portman-square), and 18,

28. 6d. and 3s. 6d. each. Trinity-street, London, S.E. CORDING'S

POLLARD & CO., ARVEY'S SAUCE.-CAUTION.-The admirers of this celebrated sance are particularly

WELL-KNOWN

Bear Garden, Park-street, requested to observe that each bottle prepared by E. FISHING BOOTS,

Southwark. LÁZENBY and SON bears the label, used so many years,

HOOPER and Co, Covent Garden; CARTEB, DUNNET, and gned “Elizabeth Lazenby." TROUSERS, STOCKINGS, BEALE, Holborn Huest and Son, Leadenhall-street; and

SUTTON and Soxs, Reading. DVERTISEMENTS in EVERY PAPER

Sold by all Seedsmen and Ironmongers in Town and BROGU ES.

Country. Advertisement Contractors, established upwards of thirty

Por Park, Parm, and General Enclosures. five years, solicit the patronage of Solicitors for the insertion of legal advertisements in the London Gacette and other journals, from one copy, for which their many years' experience fully qualify them.--269, Strand, entrance in St. Clement's Churchyard.

GEORGE CORDING, CAUTION.

STREET,

125, REGENT
WATERMARK

(LIMITED)
199, STRAND.
TOBACCO.

ILLIARD TABLE, by Thurston, 11ft,

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LIVERPOOL

* BEST BIRDS-EYE" Tobacco now bears the NAME and TRADE MARK of their firm, both printed on and WOVEN IN the paper.

dition, with marking board and some cues. Price thirty
guineas only.--Address Mr. GINGER, Highwood, Hendon,
N.W.

NAYLOR STREET

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CABLE FENCINC

THE ORIGINAL PANTICORROSION PAINT,

SOLELY MANUFACTURED

PY WALTER CARSON

SONS, LONDON.

TRADE MARK.
PATRONISED BY

Is in use over many thousand miles,
HER MAJESTY

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And has been awarded the Medals and highest Commenda

tions of all the leading Agricultural Societies.
THE QUEEN.
PRINCE OF WALES.

It is constructed with
POWERFUL WINDING STRAINING PILLARS,

RIGID INTERMEDIATE IRON POSTS,
THE BRITISH, INDIAN, AND COLONIAL GOVERNMENTS, AND 8000 OF THE NOBILITY STRONG AND DURABLE WIRE CABLE STRANDS,
AND GENTRY FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

Forming the most efficient Strained Iron Fencing known ANTERER AT STATIONERS MALL

for agricultural and general purposes. OUT-DOOR WORK,

Continuous Bar Iron Fencing,
AS IRON, WOOD, STONE, BRICK, AND COMPO,
Lasting quite as long as the best common paints in exposed situations, being manufactured expressly for external

purposes. ANY PERSON CAN LAY IT ON.
2 cwt. and upwards CARRIAGE FREE TO ALL STATIONS.
OILS AND VARNISHES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

PRICES, PATTERNS, with TESTIMONIALS, on application.

WALTER CARSON AND SONS,
LA BELLE SAUVAGE-YARD, LUDGATE-HILL, LONDON, E.C. and 21 BACHELOR'S-WALK, DUBLIN.

With bars secured by F. M. and Co.'s Patent Self-locking

Joints, which effectually prevent the uprights being pushed These Biscuits are composed of

aside, and are independent of loose pins, wedges, or staples,

Iron Entrance and Field Gates, “DR. RIDGE'S FOOD,”

IN WROUGHT AND CAST IRON,
And other nutritious ingredients. They are more Designed for the Mansion, Villa, or Farm.
Palatable, Agreeable, Digestible, Nourishing, IRON HURDLES, RAILING, TREE GUARDS,

FRUIT ESPALIERS, WALL FRUIT TRAINERS,
Strengthening, Satisfying, and Sustaining than any

ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORK, ETC., other article of diet.

Hlustrated and Described in F. M. and Co.'s Nero In Canisters, 1s. 6d. each, or sent by post for 22

Catalogue, sent on application.
stamps.

LONDON OFFICE-
DELAHAY ST. WESTMINSTER S.W.

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" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavourea beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly rourished frame.”Civil Service Gazette.

SOLD IN PACKETS (IN TINS, lb. AND Ib., FOR ABROAD) LABELLED THUS:

JAMES EPPS and CO., HOMEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, 48, THREADNEEDLE-STREET, AND 170, PICCADILLY, LONDON.

, Makers of Epps's Glycerine Jujubes for throat irritation.

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DEPARTMENT. -
Messrs. BROWNE, STANLEY. and Co., beg to in-

HAWLEYS,
AW EXAMINATIONS. - The

form their clients and friends that they have added this
speciality to their general business of Public Accountants

GOLDSMITHS AND JEWELLERS, and Auditors. The department will be under the manage. obtained Honours at one Examination, has FINAL and ment of Mr. W. Monro Platt, who for thirteen years held LICENSED VALUERS INTERMEDIATE CLASSES PREPARING for next the appointment of Secretary and Accountant to the West Trinity and Michaelmas Terms -- For particulars apply London Junction Gas Light Company, Limited.-Terms on

OF
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street, W.C.
25, Old Jewry, London.

PLATE, PRECIOUS STONES,
EXAMINATIONS. The

JEWELLERY, ARTICLES OF VIRTU, &c., “Telegram," No. 16, price 6d., post 7d., just pub10 SOLICITORS. -- MESSRS. HATTON

FOR PROBATE, LEGACY DUTY, lished, contnins the Law Reforms of 1975), Epitome of

FAMILY DISTRIBUTION, OR OTHERWISE, Smith's Leadink Case, completed, and the Answers to this 14, Bell-yard, Teinpie Bar (opposite the intended New Law Terz's Final Examinntion, by H. Wakeham Purkis, Es 1. Courts).

IN Town Or COUNTRY, WITH CONSCIENTIOUS CABE, The Suplement, price cd, contains the Answers to the Deeds, Writings, and Documents, of every description

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ADDRESS, 287, HIGH seller, Lincoln's-inn-gate, Carey-street, W.C.

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REMOVED FROM BELL-YARD, Pupils for Examinations, RECEIVES GENTLEMEN at

&c., on Parchment or Paper, 1d. per folio. his Chambers, special attention is given to the examinations

For attested and fair copies of every description, itd. per folio.

SALMON RODS. for the Bar, and those of the Incorporated Law Society; terma (payable in advance), twenty lessons of an hour and a For Abbreviating Answers, Petitions, Affidavits, Plead.

GREENHEART, from 30s. half each, 10 gmineas; or ten lessons for 5 guineas. --Apply,

ings, &c., 104, per sheet of s folios,
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Two tops best. AW PUPILS.-A BARRISTER, who has

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FLIES, 28. per dozen. thousand Students for Examination, many of whom ob

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OWNESS and BOWNESS, 230, STRAND, , -, Messrs. DÁVIEs und HUNT, Patent Solicitors, continue to LIFE INSURANCE. Chairman, HENRY ASTE,

near Temple Bar, London, procure BRITISH and FOREIGN PATENTS, &c., at Esq. Chief Office, 73 and 74, King Williain-street, E.C.

Catalogues gratis. most moderate charges, and to SOLICITORS at agency rates.

Solicitors and intending Patentees shonld obtain their MPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- THE NEW FRANCIS FLY-BOOK AND FLIES. “HANDBOOK FOR INVENTORS” gratis on applica.

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1, OLD BROAD-STREET, E.C., and 16 and 17, PALL-
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ORTHAMPTON
EXAMINATIONS OF THE INCORPORATED

ASYLU M. LAW SOCIETY.

Established in 1835. CAPITAL, £1,600,000. PAID UP AND INVESTED, FOR THE MIDDLE AND UPPER CLASSES. YANDIDATES are carefully PREPARED

£700,000.

President- The Right Hon. the Earl Spencer, K.G.

COZENS SMITH, General Manager. class, or through the post, by JOHN F. HAYNES,

Chairman of Coinmitte of Management--His Grace The Solicitor, Author of "The Student's Statutes," &c. -9,

Duke of Grafton. Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, W.C.

OVEREIGN LIFE OFFICE. Vice-Chairman-The Venerable the Lord Alwyne Compton.

49, ST. JAMES'S STREET, LONDON, S.W.
EXAMINATIONS OF THE INCORPORATED
LAW SOCIETY.
CITY OFFICE-110, CANNON-STREET, E.C.

The main object of the directors of this Asylum ia to pro-
Established 1645. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament.

vide, ip a public institution, accommodation and comforts This Office makes ADVANCES on Real, and, to a limited

suitable to the former social and present mental condition CAREFULLY PREPARED for all the above extent, on Personal Security; it presents the following ad

of persons belonging to the middle and upper classes at

moderate rates of payment. Examinations AT THEIR OWN HOMES (by means of the vantaxes :post) by a Solicitor of considerable experience, author of The security of a large Accumulated Fund.

The terms of admission rary from 158. to 45 58. per week, one of the leading works for law students.

according to the accommodation required, but the rate paid The system

Moderate rates for all ages, climates, and circumstances (which renders failure almost impossible) has received the connec with Li

on admission may be reduced after the first quarter, if the

Assurance. universal approval of former pupils. Serenty-fire per cent.

Prospectuses, Formy, and every information can be ob

friends of the patient prove to the satisfaction of the com of the questions at a recent Examination were anticipated tained of

mittee of management that they are not in a position to during the courre of preparation.

afford so much. Terms very moderate.

HENRY D. DAVENPORT, Secretary. Address " Tutor" (No. 1673), 10, Wellington-street, Strand,

For further information apply to the Medical Superinten.

dent. London, W.C.

ANNUITIES AND REVERSIONS. RELIMINARY, INTERMEDIATE, and

REVERSIONARY INTEREST

HOSPHORUS and NUX VOMICA FINAL EXAMINATIONS for SOLICITORS.-Mr.

SOCIETY. J. ERLE BENHAM (formerly of King's College, London,

GR, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON.

combination, to be resorted to when the health is in a very author of several works), whose pupils during the last

CHAIRMAX. -- Alfred H. Shadwell, Esq.

low condition. When everything else has failed in rousing eight years have met with great success, has CLASSES DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN.-H. Cecil Raikes, Esq., M.P.

the torpor of the Nervous System, this powerful prepars, READING for these EXAMINATIONS. References to Reversions and Life Interests purchased. Immediate and

tion seems to be successful. Curative results have followed Members of Parliament, Queen's Counsel, Fellows of the Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Reversionary the use of these Pearls, which could not have been imagined. Royal Society, diembers of the Council of the Law Institu- and Contingent Interests.

The combination of Phosphorus with Nox Vomica is one tion, and past and present candidates.-8, Pump-court. Loans may also be obtained on the security of Reversions. Temple: or to the care of Messrs. BUTTERWORTH, 7, Fleet. Annuities. Immediate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also

of the most powerful nerve Tonics it is possible to produce. street, Her Majesty's Law Publishers. Endowments, granted on favourable terms.

The difficulty hitherto has been to obtain Phosphorus in a

finely divided dose, which in these pearls has been orercome. Prospectuses and Forms of Proposal, and all further IN HER MAJESTY'S COURT OF PROBATE,

The dose of pure unoxydised Phosphorus is 1-30 of a grain nformation, may be had at the office.

in each pearl. They require to be persevered with for about The Principal Registry.

C. B. CLABON, Secretary. four to six weeks to ensure their fullest benefit. Bottles Summa Forster, (leceased.

containing 30 doses, 78. 60. ; 120 doses, 228, 6d. each, o--J. NUSANNA FORSTER, late of 38, Victoria

REVERSIONS AND LIFE INTERESTS.

PEPPER and Co., Pharmaceutical Chemist, 237, Tottenham road. Margate, in the county of Kent, widow, de. ceased, duly executed her will on or about the 6th day of These Properties are Purchased, or Loans Granted upon

court-road, London. Sent post free for the amount in the security of them, by

stamps or P.O. order. May, 1876, the witnesses therto being : Esther Soden, of No. :24, Victoria-road aforesaid; Annie Vale, of Sydney-road,

HE SCOTTISH EQUITABLE (MUTUAL) Enfield, in the county of Middlesex; and Richard Frend

LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

YOUR PAPERS into STONE'S Perry. By this will the said testatrix made several specific

HEAD OFFICEand pecuniary beqrests, and appointed Mr. Hudson and

26, St. Andrew-square, Edinburgh.

and one for every subject on which you are collecting. Mrs. Hutchinson Vale executor and executrix thereof, and

Illustrated Prospectus post free.- HENBY STONE, Mang. died on the 3rd day of June, 1871. Shortly after her death a

LONDON OFFICE

facturer and Patentee, Banbury. Sold by all Stationers. true copy of the said will was made from the original, but

30, Gracechurch-street, B.C.

A Box, to keep numbers of the LAW TIMES safe and the latter cannot now be found.

MANAGER-T. B. Sprague, Esq., M.A.

tidy while accumulating for binding, price 5s. WHOEVER will BRING the ORIGINAL WILL. or SOLICITORS IN LONDON--Messrs. Burton, Yeates, and Hart, GIVE such INFORMATION as may lead to its DIS

37, Lincoln's-inn-fields. COVERY, to Mr. THOS. M. JENKINS, of No..), Tavis.

Incorne £277,000. Assets £2,101,000.

Printed and published by HORACE Cox, at 10, Wellington tock-strert, Strand, Solicitor, will be REWARDED.

Every description of life insurance business transacted. street, Strand, London, W.C., in the County of Middleses. Dated this 21st day of April, 1875. The usual commission allowed to solicitors.

-Saturday, May 1, 1875.

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AW.-A Young SOLICITOR, who is &
Mr. C. E. MASON, AUDITOR, LIQUIDATOR, and
ACCOUNTANT, 30, Essex-street, Strand, London.

country office of good general practice, at a moderato

salary, experience being the chief object. -"Ā. S. M.," 5,

ACCOUNTS.- Promenade terrace, Low Harrogate, Yorkshire.
CHISEMENT COMPANY (incorporated by special Act of
Parliament) ADVANCES MONEY-

AW.--An experienced CONVEYANCING PARES COSTS, in Town or Country, for Taxation or 1st. - To the Owners' of Settled and other Estates, for otherwise. Competent Bill Clerks sent out on salary or the Ereetion of FARM BUILDINGS and COTTAGES, cominission. Yearly contracts entered into whereby the

to a RE-ENGAGEMENT ; unquestionable references fur. and for the DRAINAGE, IRRIGATION, ENCLOSING, costs are posted daily. Terms moderate. References to

nished.-Address "Lex," care of Messrs. May and Son, 160, CLEARING, and general improvement of LANDED Firms of the highest standing.

Piccadilly, W. Property in any part of the United Kingdom: and. - To the Owners of Settled Estates in England, for

AW.-SOLICITORS' BOOK-KEEPING.

AW.-The ADVERTISER, who has had the ERECTION or COMPLETION of MANSIONS,

twelve years' experience in Common Law, Chancery, and STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS:

Entry to the Accounts of Solicitors. By ROBERT HENRY general business, desires a RE-ENGAGEMENT. Is a good 3rd. - To Landowners generally, to enable them to sub. RICHARDSON, M.S.A. Eng., Solicitors' Accountant

accountant, and has some knowledge of Conveyancing.

Address scribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCTION and Auditor. Price 58., cloth boards.

B.," care of Mr. Warner, L5, Compton-street,

Goswell-road, E.C. of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS, which will Vide The Accountant, for Nov. 1874; The Irish Lar Times beneficially affect their Estates: 28th Nov. 1874.

AW.- CHANCERY and CONVEYANC4th.-TO INCUMBENTS, for the Improvement of the London: REEVES and TURNER, Law Bookseller, &c.,

ING CLERK.-WANTED, by a Gentleman who was GLEBE LANDS, by Drainage, and the Erection of FARM

100, Chancery-lane.

admitted in 1873, an ENGAGEMENT as a Chancery and BUILDINGS and COTTAGES:

Conveyancing Clerk, age 27. Salary moderate.-Address 5th.-TO COPYHOLDERS for the ENFRANCHISE.

"A. E. M." care of Mr. R. Kerr, 81, Ohancery-lane, London, MENT of COPYHOLD LANDS.

W.C.

Partnerships, Wanted and Vacant. The amount borrowed with the expenses would be charged on the estate benefited, and repaid by a rentcharge, termi.

AW.

- ENGAGEMENT WANTED, as nating in twenty-five years. AW PARTNERSHIP, with or without

General Managing CLERK, in the Country, or ConNO INVESTIGATION OF THE LANDOWNER'S

veyancing Manager in Town. Can advise Clients and conpreliminary CLERKSHIP, DESIRED by a Solicitor,

duct business without supervision; unarticled. Liberal now assisting in a large Manchester conveyancing office.Forms of application, and all further particulars, may be

salary: - Address "E. C." (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, obtained of Messrs Rawlence and Squarey, -2, Great George Manchester.

Address "Lex," Messrs. Hine and Co., 39, Princess-street, Strand, W.C. street, Westminster, S.W., and Salisbury; of Messrs Ashurst, Morris, and Co., Solicitors, 6, Old Jewry, London,

AW.--An Experienced and Trustworthy E.C.; of Messrs. Gillespie and Paterson, W.S., SLA, George

AW PARTNERSHIP.-TO SOLICITORS. CLERK SEEKS ENGAGEMENT. He is a street, Edinburgh, agents for the Company in Scotland; -WANTED, a PARTNERSHIP in an Established

skilled Conveyancer, can take charge of part of that and at the Offices of the Company as below.

Business in the Midland Counties. Advertiser middle business, and carry matters through with slighi supervision. T. PAIN, Managing Director. aged and well connected.-Address Messrs. Marsh, MILNER,

Salary £0.--Address "Zenas," Post-office, Cobridge, near EDWIN 'GARROD, Secretary. and Co., Agents, 51, Cannon-street, London.

Hanley, Staffordshire. Land, Loan, and Enfranchisement Company,

AW PARTNERSHIP.-A Gentleman who No. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W.

upwards of twenty-five years' experience (principally.

conveyancing in town and country, & Managing or ConCONEY.-£65,000 is WANTED, at 31 Per being RELIEVED of a PORTION of his PRACTICE, chiefly Conveyancing.- Address "Lex,

veyancing CLERKSHIP or Working PARTNERSHIP. care of Mr. G.

Address G. G." (No 1675) 10, Wellington-street, Strand, Street, Advertising Offices30, Cornhill, E.C.

W.C.
and of an undeniable character. Agents not treated with.
- Address "M. care of Mr. Mills, Stationer, Old
Jewry, E.C.

AW PARTNERSHIP.-WANTED, by a
GENTLEMAN (aged 27, admitted 1871), a WORKING

SHIP (country preferred), by an admitted Solicitor, ONEY.-£3000 and other smaller Sums PARTNERSHIP, or Managing CLERKSHIP, for a short

who has served as a Conveyancing Clerk for a year since his period, with a view to Partnership. Good general experience

articles. Premium, if required. With view to Partner: Leasehold SECURITY, at L4 108. and £5 per cent. re

as Managing Clerk (chiefly in Conveyancing and Chancery ship. The highest references given. --Address ". L. M., spectively. --Apply to “C. L.” (No. 1674), 10, Wellington. business), both in town and country. Excellent references,

care of Messrs. Cox and Sons, 102, Chancery-lane, E.C. street, Strand, W.C. --Address "N. L. P.," 70, Gower-street, London, W.C.

AW.- SHORTHAND. - An experienced

MENT, in consequence of death. Character will bear Lane, ADVANCES MONEY on FREEHOLD and

Situations, Wanted and Oacant. strictest investigation. Salary moderate. -Address Phono," LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, from two to fourteen years,

76, Higher Temple-street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Man. repayable by monthly instalments. Deposits received at 5

chester. per cent., and shares issued bearing liberal interest.

AW. – WANTED, a SITUATION as
J.J. SHORT, Secretary.
Assistant Conveyancing and General CLERK. Age

19), a SITUATION in a County Court Office; has had 23 ; salary moderate.- Address “P. U.” (No. 1675), 10, Wel.

several years experience of the duties as well as of the

general duties of a Country Solicitor's office. Good recomAnnum, on SECURITY, in conjunc

mendations, both as to character and ability.-Addres. tion with Life Policies granted by the West of England AW.-A SOLICITOR, Graduate of Oxford A. D.,” post office, Wirksworth, near Derby, Fire and Life Office (A.D. 1807), Exeter.-20, New Bridgestreet, London, E.C. ing CLERKSHIP, under supervision, in a good office in

ADVERLincoln's Inn, its neighbourhood, or the City. --Address ONEY Promptly ADVANCED on personal "C. H.” (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, w.c.

TISER, who has hal considerable experience, and is.

an expert shorthand writer and transcriber, possessing security, bills of sale, freeholds, leaseholds, stocks,

first-class testimonials, DESIRES a RE-ENGAGEMENT. shares, bonds, or other security, repayable by instalments; A no preliminary fees.--Real and Personal Advance Company (Limited), 3, Tavistock-street, Covent-garden.

(No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.
thorough knowledge of Clerk of the Peace duties and

Criminal and Registration Law, DESIRESa RE-ENGAGE-
J. WOOLLETT, Secretary.
MENT. Unexceptionable references.-Address “C. P.,"

AW BOOKKEEPER. — An Accountant's
Mr.R. F., White's Advertising Offices, 33, Fleet-street, E.C. Clerk is OPEN to ENGAGEMENTS to KEEP or

AUDIT SOLICITORS' ACCOUNTS, Prepare Balance (Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1850), 14, Rus- AW.-WANTED, by a GENTLEMAN

Sheets, Profit and Loss Accounts, &c. 'Wel! up in Execusell-street, Covent-garden, London, and 38, Ship-street,

torship and other accounts. Terms moderate. References Brighton, ADVANCES MONEY upon Personal Security,

(passed, but not admitted), an ENGAGEMENT as to London firms where at prescat engaged.-Addreas “R.,' Bills of Sale, Deeds, &c., repayable by instalments. Bills Chancery CLERK under supervision, or as Chancery and Mr. Martin, Law Stationer, Great Turnstile, Lincoln's-inn. promptly discounted. Forms free on receipt of stamped

Conveyancing Clerk; references to city firm. - Address envelope. C. R. WRIGHT, Secretary. “S." (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.

AW.--ADVERTISER, conversant with ORTGAGES can be immediately

AW.-WANTED, a Temporary ENGAGE

able to draw Bills of Costs, Copy

and Engross, and well up EFFECTED at 4 to 5 per cent. per annum to any

in the routine of a Solicitor's Office, is OPEN to an ENGAGEamount upon estates, farms, houses, &c., either freehold, Gentleman. Aged 28. Country preferred. Highest refe- MENT. Fifteen Years' experence. Good references.copyhold, or leasehold. No charge for consultations, rences. - Address "X. Y.," care of Mr. George Downing, Address "A, H. L.," Mr. Wheeler, 71, Market-street, Man. Valuatioas and sales by anction.--Mr. KEYSELL, Auctioneer Quality-court, Chancery-lane, London,

chester. and Land Agent, 15, Serle-street, Lincoln's-inn, London. AW-A SOLICITOR, age 25, SEEKS a

.-TO

COURT . ONEY ADVANCED at a Day's Notice CLERKSHIP. Was articled in offices of large (from £50 upwards) to respectable householders in practice at Bristol and London, and is competent to under

who passed his examination Hilary, 1874, the positior; of the London District upon MORTGAGE of their FURNI. take any work not requiring attendance at court or meet

Managing Common Law and Conveyancing CLERK, with or TURE without remoral, repayable by easy instalments. ngs.-.“ Lex," 19, Torrington-square, London, W.C.

without supervision; exceptionable rcferences.-Address No charge of any kinci unless moncy advanced. As this does

L. H. S. 6, Westbury-terrace, St. Helens, Swansca, Glanot emanate from an agent, applicants must apply personally

morganshire.

AW.-WANTED, by & GENTLEMAN to Mr. BAUCHAN, S1, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. The public are cautioned against paying preliminary fees to

AW.-WANTED, an ENGAGEMENT, in pretenders.

experience in Conveyancing, Common Law and Bankruptcy,

ENGAGEMENT in an
an
Office in Town - Address

or near London, by the Advertiser, who has a good "J. H. W.," care of Mr. R. Kerr, 81, Chancery-lane.

knowledge of Conveyancing, the practice of the Coaneery CONEY.-MORTGAGES, TRUSTS, and

and Common Law Courts, and is an experienced Costs other FUNDS.-Messrs. HARVEY and DAVIDS,

Draughtsman and Accountant. Salary £150 per annum.Anctioneers, Land Agents, &c. (Surveyors to the British

AW.-WANTED, by the ADVERTISER Address “Z.” (No. 1673), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, Imperial Insurance Corporation Limited) have been in- an ENGAGEMENT in an office in London; eight and

W.0 structed to INVEST, on Frcchold and Leasehold Pro- a half years' experience in the country; married; good perty, the following amounts: £100, £2300, L3000, £1000, references.-Address "Rex,” Vine Cottage, Coningsby, Lin

AW.-RE-ENGAGEMENT WANTED by: 23000, SOCO 100, 000, 15,000, £2 £30,000, 240,000, colnshire.

a CASHIER and BOOKKEEPER; conversant with 570,000, £100,000, at from 4 per cent. Borrowers can be

Karn's system; well versed in preparation of Executors, placed in direct communication with lenders if desired.

CLERK.

Residuary and Succession Accounts, &c. Twelve years Offices, 126, Bishopsgate-strect, Cornhill.

experience ; age 27; good testimonials. Liberal salary re

WANTED, & SITUATION as such, by the Adver- quired. -"Esperer” (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strana, ONEY.- REVERSIONS VESTED

tiser; can write Pitman's system fluently. Would make W.C.
or
himself generally useful. Country preferred. – Address

AW. THE ADVERTISER (aged 30), or advanced upon.-Apply to Messrs. GRUNDY and KEREBAW, Solicitore, Manchester.

AW.–A GENTLEMAN (age 23, admitted), position and of large and varied practice for seventuen

years (who during the first thirteen years assisted generally TRALIAN ORTGAGE, LAND, AND FINANCE general practice, his object being to gain experience.

in the office, and has since been Deputy Bill Clerk), is COMPANY LIMITED).-Tnis Company is prepared to Salary moderate. Good references.-Address J.," 35,

DESIROUS of obtaining a SITUATION with a Country ISSUE DEBESTURES for sums of £100 and upwards, Grove-street, Liverpool.

Solicitor having a varied practice where he could assist

generally in the business. To a Solicitor having a small bearing interest, payable by conpon, half-yearly, at the

varied practice the advertiser would be invaluable. Highest rite ot 5 per cent. fer arnnm, for periods of five or seven AW.–To SOLICITORS.- A Solicitor of references.-Address • Lex," Julian-street, Norwich. scars, or if for three years at id por cent.-Full information can be obtained at :he offices.

an Office, to work up his practice and assist in the officeSITUATIONS WANTED and VACANT continued PEYTON M. CLEMENT, Secretary.

and .,” 1st. Jan. 1876. 144, Leadenhall-street. vador Corner, Lower Tooting.

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AW.WANTED, by a GENTLEMAN supervision of principal) of the Common Law, Bankruptcy, and general business of a London office, and who is in the tourth year of his articles, an ENGAGEMENT as General Managing CLERK. Town or country. Salary £120. Address C. A.," Messrs. Evison and Bridge, 22, Chancery laze, London,

COMPANY,
AW.-TO COUNTRY SOLICITORS.-A.
young SOLICITOR, with a small private Practice,

BARTHOLOMEW-LANE, LONDON, E.C.
DESIRES to undertake AGENCY BUSINESS for
Country Solicitors. Advertiser, in addition to the usual
branches, has had considerable experience in passing Resi.

ESTABLISHED 182 4.
duary Accounts and rectifying Probate Starnps. Terms
very moderate. References exchanged. "Agency," Post-
office, Duke-street, Manchester-square, London.
A

BOARD OF DIRECTION.
Copying and Engrossing CLERK for the country.
- Apply personally, or by letter with references, to Messrs.

PRESIDENT-Sir MOSES MONTEFIORE, Bart., F.R.S.
COOPER, 42, Bedford-row, W.C.
AW.-WANTED, a BILL CLERK, ac-

JAMES ALEXANDER, Esq.

SAMPSON LUCAS, Esq.
CHARLES GEORGE BARNETT, Esq.

ELLIOT MACNAGHTEN, Esq.
SHORTHAND WRITER as Corresponding Clerk.- Apply

JAMES FLETCHER, Esq.

THOMAS MASTERMAN, Esq. to “L.," Waterlow and Sons, London Wall, E.C.

Right Hon. G. J. GOSCHEN, Esq., M.P.

JOSEPH M. MONTEFIORE, Esq. AW.-WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office, a

SAMUEL GURNEY, Esq.

Sir ANTHONY DE ROTHSCHILD, Bart. and is willing to make himself generally useful in office

JAMES HELME, Esq.

Baron LIONEL N. DE ROTHSCHILD. work.-Apply, stating terms, &c., z.” 117, Chancery-lane.

RICHARD HOARE, Esq.

HUGH COLIN SMITH, Esq. AW.-WANTED, immediately, a respect- Sir CURTIS M. LAMPSON, Bart.

THOMAS C. SMITH, Esq. CLERK, who understands accounts.-Apply, by letter, stating age, experience, and salary required, to SIGMA,

AUDITORS. post office, Richmond, Surrey. Lord EDWARD CAVENDISH.

FRANCIS ALFRED LUCAS, Esq. AW.-WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office, in

Right Hon. Lord RICHARD GROSVENOR, M.P.

1

N. M. DE ROTHSCHILD, Esq., M.P. Must be a neat and expeditious writer. --Apply, with speci.

WEST-END OFFICE-1, Great George-street, Westminster. men, in own handwriting, stating age, salary, and references to-Box No. 4, post office, Ulverton.

GRANVILLE R. RYDER, M.P., Superintendent of West-end Office, AW.--REQUIRED, by a Firm in the

Country, a good Engrossing CLERK, who can also Policies of assuranco in various forms are granted by the Company on moderate terms and liberal Abstract and has a slight knowledge of the routine of a conditions. Solicitor's office.-Address, stating salary required, to“ K.,' Mr. Mills, Law Stationer, Serle-street, Lineoln’s-inn,

Policy-holders in the Alliance enjoy security of the highest character, for besides ample reserves, the London.

Company has a subscribed capital of £5,000,000, of which £550,000 is paid up. AW.-WANTED, in a Country Office, a

The Participating Policy-holders receive 80 per cent of the declared profit derived from the non-participating

as well as from the Participating Life Policies. CLERK, well up in Conveyancing, and competent to tako charge of a branch practice in the absence of the

Commission allowed to Solicitors on Life and Fire Insurances introduced by them. principals; a married gentleman (unadmitted) preferred.Address CONQUEST and CLARE, Solicitors, Bedford.

Loans are granted on the security of Life Interests in property, coupled with Life Assurance; on Town and

County Rates; on Rent Charges ; and on other eligible Securities. AW.- BOOKKEEPER and CASHIER Statements of accounts, as rendered to the Board of Trade, proposal forms, and prospectuses may be bad WANTED, in Liverpool office; he must be con- on application to

ROBERİ LEWIS, Secretary. versant with Solicitor's accounts. --Address (stating age, experience, and salary)“ C.," Mr. J. R. Jones, Estate Agent, 20, Hamilton-square, Birkenhead.

., South Wales, holding public appointment, has VACANCY for an Articled CLERK. Moderate premium.- Apply to

ESTABLISHED A.D. 1806. "8. W.” (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. AW.-WANTED, a General CLERK, of

FOR THE ASSURANCE OF LIVES AND SURVIVORSHIPS. good address, used to accounts, and a neat and expe. ditions writer.-Apply, stating age and salary required, and

No. 15, NEW BRIDGE STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON, E.C.
giving references to character, to Messrs. DAUBNBI and
Bates, Great Grimsby.
AW.-A LONDON SOLICITOR, in good

TRUSTEES.
practice, has a VACANCY for an ARTICLED
PUPIL. Can reside with Principal or not. Terms mode J. G. BARCLAY, Esq.

G. A, FULLER, Esq.

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C. RIVAZ, Esq. rate.-Aadress “A. B." (No. 1675), 10, Wellington-street, The Rt. Hon. J. G. DODSON, M.P R. HUDSON, Esq., F.R.S.

S. H, TWINING, Esq. Strand, W.C.

J.D, MAGENS, Esq. AW.-WANTED, in the Country, a good

DIRECTORS. ENGROSSING CLERK, To a steady and efficient man the situation would be a permanent one. -Application G. P. BIDDER, Esq.

S. LAURENCE, Esq.

J. D. MAGENS, Esq. with specimen of writing, and stating age, salary and refer- The Rt. Hon. J. G. BODSON, M.P. Lieut. Gen. Sir G. ST. P. LAW- C. RIVAZ, Esq. ences, to be addressed to " X. Y, Z.," (No. 1675) 10, Welling

G. A, FULLER, Esq.
RENCE, K.C.S.I., C.B.

C. RUGGÉ-PRICE, Esq. ton-street, Strand, W.C.

J. GODDARD, Esq.
T. H, LONGDEN, Esq.

W. B. TO WSE, Esq. - AW.-WANTED, a CLERK, Conversant E. HUDSON, Esq., F.R.S.

C.T. LUCAS, Esg.

H. TRITTON, Esq. Sir J. KELK, Bart,

8. H, TWINING, Esq. of Abstracting, Residuary, and Succession Accounts, and also a good practical knowledge of the ordinary work of a

AUDITORS. Country Solicitor's office.-Address Messrs. WATSON and W. COSSART, Esq. 1 H. HYDE, Esq. I.F. KEARSEY, Esq. J. N. SCOTT, Edg. BAXTER, Solicitors, Lutterworth.

PHYSICIAN-F.J. FARRE, M.D., F.R.C.P. SURGEON-B. SHILLITOE, Esq., F.B.C.S. AW.-Copying and Engrossing CLERK. WANTED, for a permanency, in an Office in a seaport

BANKERS-Messrs. BARCLAY, BEVAN, TRITTON, TWELLS, and co. town, in the South west of England, a Copying and Engrossing CLERK. Apply, stating experience, references,

SOLICITORS—Messrs. KENDALL and CONGREVE, Union Bank Chambers, Lincoln's Inn, whether married or single, and salary required to

ACTEARY-A. W. PORTER, Esq. “W. V.” (No. 1671), 10, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C. AW-A Firm of SOLICITORS in

The ROCK Life Assurance Company, which has been established upwards of Hall & Century, has an and varied practice, and holding public appointments, have

Accumulated Fund of more than Three Millions Sterling, invested in Mertgages on Land, and other first-class 1 VACANCY for an Articled CLERK. Premium moderate. Securities :-Address C. C.” (No.-1675), 10, Wellington-street, Strand.

Viz., on the 20th August, 1868..

.......................................... £3,172,604 15 8 AW.-An old established Firm of Solicitors Sum Assured-Inclusive of Bonus Additions at that date

5,380,750 % 11 Estimated Liability thereon (Northampton Table of Mortality, 3 per Cent. Interest) 1,481,589 0 4 Clerk. Clerk to Borough and County Magistrates, Clerk to

That is less than one-half the Fund invested. Local Board of Health, Guardians, Highway Board, &c. with an extensive Conveyancing, Mercantile, and General Total Amount of Bonus Anditions made to Policies..

2,895,059 19 9 Business have a VACANCY for an ARTICLED CLERK. Amount of Profits divided for the Seven Years ending 20th August, 1868

532,369 7 8 Premium moderate. Residence with one of the principals

Annual Inoome. of desired. Application in the first place to "M..

314,867 14 3 of Messrs. Waterlow and Sons, Law Stationers, Birchin. Total Claims paid-Inclusive of Bonus Additions

6,627,044 77 lane, London, E.C.

Copies of the Accounts deposited with the Board of Trade, pursuant to "The Life Assurance Companies YLERKSHIP in the SOLICITOR'S DE

Act, 1870,” as well as of the Periodical Valuation Accounts, and every information may be obtained an application.

H. W. PORTER, Actuary. PETITION for a SECOND-CLASS CLERKSHIP will be HELD in LONDON, beginning on TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1875. Age 20 to 30. Candidates must have been at least three years in a Solicitor's office. Commencing salary £150 per annum. The regulations and necessary form of application may be obtained from the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, London, S.W.

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mittee of Aldermen will meet at Guildhall on Saturday the
th of May, to receive applications for the above office. The
salary will be £350 per annum. Candidates must be duly
qualified members of the legal profession, and between the
ages of 25 and 40. All applications must be made in writing,
and with copies of testimonials, sent to the town clerk's
office not later than 12 o'clock on the above named day, en-
dorsed " Application for Assistant Clerkship, Justice Room,
Mansion House.”-Further particulars may be obtained at
the Town Clerk's Office, Guildhall, E.0.
Guildhall.

MONCKTON. 27th April, 1875.

USTICE ROOM, MANSION HOUSE. WIMBLEDON

m.
WIMBLEDON CAMP FOLDING CHAIRS,

Price 6s. 6d. each,
NEW AND SECOND HAND OFFICE FURNITURE

IN GREAT VARIETY.
NEALE & CO.. 161. 162, STRAND.

NEW SYSTEM OF LIFE ASSURANCE.

THE POSITIVE GOVERNMENT SECURITY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY

LIMITED.
CHIEF OFFICES :—34, CANNON STREET, LONDON.

Under all possible contingencies the assured in the Positive exercises independent control over the office; he can at any time retire from it without loss; his position is defined when he pays his first premium, and nothing can occur to deprive him of the benefits he has purchased.

By the unalterable conditions of carefully framed deeds all net premiums on each insurance are invested as trust funds in Government Securities, which (with interest) are set apart in the hands of trustees, exclueively for the purpose of paying claims; and these net premiums being so fixed as to cover all risks, and the investment of the trust funds for Great Britain being made wholly in Consols, the value of the security afforded to an assured can be tested at any time to the smallest fraction, without actuarial or other skilled aid being required, and the intrinsic value of a policy can be ascertained without the possibility of error.

The Positive Government Security Life Assurance Company was founded for the purpose of introducing a new system of Life Assurance, which confers upon the assured several important advantages never before presented to the public.

The Positive system, while it gives to Life Assurance a new and valuable charac. ter, by providing the highest order of security in the world for the assured, and sweeps away ai the harassing conditions and technicalities which surround ordi. nary Life Assurance, while it puts an end to policy forfeiture, and provides the assured with a negotiable property for every premium paid, does not disturb the scientific principles on which Life Assurance has so long and safely rested.

An ordinary policy is full of most stringent conditions, perplexing in its terms, difficult of transfer, dependent on the regular payment of premiums throughout life, as well as on the observance of strict rules regarding residence and occupation, liable to forfeiture of all sums paid to the Company, possessing no fixed surrender value, giving the assured no control or power of supervision during life, and affording no means of proof to the uninitiated, that security exists for payment of claims.

In the face of these glaring defects the Positive policy is perfectly simple in language, intelligible to the most illiterate, and free from conditions, except for payment of a definite number of premiums, according to the election of the assured.

As each payment of the premium is made Positive notes are issued which gradually take the place of the policy, and are, in fact, policies payable to bearer, independent of any future payment by the assured. The death of the assured renders them an absolute claim for the amount they represent; a fixed value is given for surrender or loan, during life, of not less than 40 per cent. of the premiums paid to the Com. pany; all premiums to that extent are a deposit with the office instead of an absolute payment, while at the same time they secure greater advantages to the assured than an absolute payment to an ordinary office can possibly afford; and, above all, forfeiture is made an absolute impossibility.

STATEMENT OF LIFE BUSINESS AS ON 31st DECEMBER, 1874.

Annual
Amount

Life
Policies in Force.

Premium Assurance
Assured.
Incomes.

Fund.
£
£

e England

1058
463,374
20,722

34,122 India

611
408,434
19,378

21,155 Canada

234
77.707

3,206

2,338 Total

1903
949,515
43,306

57,615

F. BARROW, MANAGING DIRECTOR.

THE

LEGAL PRACTITIONERS' SOCIETY.

THIS
WHIS SOCIETY has for its object the reform of the unsatisfactory state of the Legal Profession. The want

of such a Society has long been felt, and the demand for it has been rendered all the more imperative by recent and impending legislative changes in our judicial system.

Although its basis is thus restricted, it will have no lack of work to perform. Among the many subjects which engage its attention may be mentioned the following: 1. To adjust the relations of the two branches of the Legal Profession, as well inter se as in reference to the

Public. 2. To protect the Legal Profession against the encroachments of unqualified and unauthorised persons.

3. To exercise a vigilant supervision over all proposed legislation affecting the Profession, and to initiate such legislation when found to be necessary or advantageous.

Members of the Legal Profession of every degree, whether Barristers-at-Law, Attorneys-at-Law, Solicitors, Special Pleaders, Conveyancers, or Proctors, and Law Students, are eligible for Membership. The Annual Subscription of Ordinary Members is fixed at the almost nominal amount of Five SHILLINGS, to secure the adhesion of as many members of the Profession as possible.

The Annual Subscription of Vice-Presidents and Law Societies is One GUINEA. Donors of FIVE GUINEAS are eligible as Life Vice-Presidents.

Any further information may be obtained from the Honorary Secretary, Charles FORD, Esq., at the Office of the Law Times, 10, Wellington-street, London, W.C., to whom all Communications should be addressed by Members of the Legal Profession. Subscriptions for 1875 are now payable to the Hon. Treasurer, W. T. CHARLEY, Esq., D.C.L., M.P., 5, Crown Office-row, Temple, E.C.; or at the Society's Bankers, Union Bank (Chancery-lane Branch).

Donations towards the Expenses of Establishing the Society.

£
s. d.

£ d. The Law Times (first donation)

21 0 0 | The Law Times (second and third donations) - 15 15 0

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Several Law Societies (including those at Bristol, Devonport, Hull, Stockport, Portsmouth, Carnarvon and Anglesea, Huddersfield, and Plymouth) have already joined the Society, and many members of the Profession hav become Vice-Presidents of it, while the number of ordinary members is steadily increasing.

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