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London Daily News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1849, London, Middlesex 864.] london, march 3, 1849. continue to be or calcutta Direct engagement the Hon. East India and will have the remarkably US I A 1 Sir 12 800 tons JAMKS loading in the St. Katherine Has poop accommodation 1tb belle sauvage es COMPANY of are now to receive TENDERS for of this which occupies an area of 30 000 tot on one the open space toe site of the Fleet It comprises the extensive and very desirable enlarged 1. When the tories their opinions through the Herald and the Post the liberals were supported by the tonina Chronicle and the in the year 1849, have the four as a weekly contemporary describes swinging about their for the crushing and annihilation of every liberal whilst there stands but the Daily Newt ia the opposite with its one small Toryism is as as and threatens to be as influential and as prodigal as it became in consequence of the anti-Gallican and anti-liberal feelings preached in the early years of the first French Such preaching seconded by the efforts of the swamped all that was liberal in 4e country for a full quarter of a saddling it during the same time with some five hundred millions of There is every urgency for a strenuous for a compact and energetic resolution on the part of the people to resist the reactionary and combined influence of toTy and whig and the thorough such as are resolved to undertake this have need of a independent to and - Daily News ever essayed to act this Mrt It has stood forth for all the broad of religious not merely within the which it has suited aristocratic parties to mark bat in accordance the rights and the wants the grievances and the of all the who suffer from inequality or are debarred by Never have we ceased to for peace and process and economy at Bound to no party in of the government or m expectancy of fearlessly and actively denounced abuses and demanded uninfluenced by private and animated solely by desires for the public have to perceive that for the combating of these spoken as they are through so many and for upholding of the great cause of of and of at home and an instrument was possessed of all the means and the scope Md space of its many-headed This not only springs from our own but from the representations of liberals from all and of all who demand an organ as imposing in external and as capacious for the means of argument and the supply of intelligence as rival The Mends whom we have gained amongst public men and popular parties are not contented to see the tory and aristocratic organs alone bestow upon their partisans the advantages of full ample documentary and detailed To meet these as well as the necessity of and defending liberal and giving the and efforts of the great popular and liberal of wi A the exception of the Morning we remain the sole daily perceive that for all this the circumscribed space of our usual number of columns ne longer However we may preserve the opinion that too much spacc and development are given to parliamentary to documentary and other forms of still we admit that the larger size of our rivals and contemporaries does give them an advantage which we can no longer allow them to preserve or to proprietors of the Daily at the urgent request of the of retrenchment and have determined preparatory to the of 1849, it shall assume the large and double size of the other morning for the sake of giving the fullest report of debates in of in the law and in the various popular assemblies throughout the The commercial and foreign intelligence at the same receive fuller as well as every other of or intelligence that fallu within the purpose of a newspaper to To do all the experiment which we have already made has convinced us that it is requisite to raise the price of the paper to that standard which the public seems not unwilling to pay for a full and double We take this we again at the requisition of the large and liberal which considers such a size indispensable to the requirements of a great popular Daily News needs not to make a formal profession of its To render the House of Commons in as in the representatives of tiie people and property of this to root out the abuses in church and state to expose fearlessly the faults or failings of the and compel the albeit exclusively constituted of cratic to conduct the affairs of state with that prudent regard to economy which marks the character of a commercial and industrious community have and will the principles of the Daily For the success of our renewed efforts we have no other reliance than upon the patronage of the great body of the If too little attention have been hitherto paid to the support of their organs of the press by the unprivileged we have reason to believe that a wiser course wiU in future be adopted by the really independent party in this Newspapers are the weapons with which the battle of right against might is fought in constitutional countries and to support journals which oppose the interests of the many and defend the cause of and corruption in the governing is to furnish arms and ammunition to the enemies and oppressors of the Is also a large ranze of uu and approached by the second most conveniently and are club cmd for in the London This ship has a any establishment requiring extensive superior for cabin and will expire at 1849 but it height between consent of 3, orto J. H. 3, and of Mr. U Tenders may be for the whole T T and for any tenn of and they are to te packets for calling Plymouth to embark vt a POET ADELAIDE and PORT the tons JOHN to saU March 10, in the St. Katharine i PORT ADELAIDE and PORT the TR CORt BM MALCOLM to saU April accommodations upwards of T feet in tween | under a Contract for 12 months and for BLaCK of the Storekeeper General of the - Feb. 26, tho office of Lord High Admiral M and Ireland do HEREBY commissioners for exi the United Kingdom of Patterns of tte articles Majesty's Dock Yard at and Ae of the a schedule of the Md a form of the Harmonic ext FRIDAY March 18, will be again repeated ISRAEL EQY PT. Principal vocal performers Miss L. Miss Dolby Mr. Mr. and Mr. H. orchestra will consist of nearly 700 3a. reserved the area or extra area reserved 6d. may bo had of the principal music sellers at the sole No. 6, or of Mr. commence at 8 Hon. h The SIXTEENTH of the LONDON WEDNESDAY CONCERTS will be held on WEDNESDAY EVENING March 7. Vocal performers A. and M. brooks and estate and 28, Old beg most to inform the nobility and that they are about to their NEW REGISTERS of to ha LET or and they take the of requesting parties who may wish to find purchasers or tenants for this of to favour thera with particulars on or before tne 20th of March They beg to that these registers are published and throughout the at their own and they most call the attention of and others wishing to to the fact of their having .It this moment applications from various parties wishing to invest considerable sums in landed and of all and in or an Unfurnished with from 20 to 60 acres of and the right of shooting and trout to G. 13, Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old EPPS wiU deliver the SECOND ot the of SIX LECTURES on the above at on THURSDAY March 8, at 8 p.m. Ticket to the Three Single One Tickets can bo obtained of Mr. James homoeopathic 112, Great of Mr. 31, Strand and at on the nights of of Mr. 9. to for the ensuing a good within 60 or SO miles of with a cottage or or in a neighbourhood where accommodation may be particulars to M. 10, Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old irom me pori ui addressed to the Secretary of the ana Dear in ine carry an at N or and must also Mr. Joseph ar accompanied by aletter signed by two engaging to become bound trith the CUDBERT Zealand 9, March 1. CJTEAM to INDIA and via Monthly Mail Steam Conveyance fOT PASSENGERS LIMT GOODS to Madras Md Hong and Oriental Steam Navigation Company book passengers and receive goods and for the starting from Southampton on the 20th of every and irom on or tte 10th of tho for can proceed by of the 29th of the month to thence to Alexandria by her from the Hon. E. I. On the 20th and 29th ef every On the 29th of the On the 20th and on the 7th, 17th, and 27th of the plans of the rates of passage and to secure sages and ship at the Company's 122, and 57, the sum of for the due performance of the contract for Guardians of the Poor will meet at the RATCLIFF THURSDAY the 15th-March^Mt. to TENDERS for SUPPLYING the POOR of the said the 17lh of with PROVISIONS and be furnished by the following 7, Hay Success of the Splendid Grouping of tho in Three received on each with the most enthusiastic applause by crowded and delighted It will be repeated with increased effect THIS at 3, and evening at 8. This splendid Introducing tho great novelty of a living 15 feet in is pronounced to be the chef d'oeuvre of Tableaux Madame Duval will appear as the On Monday next Louise will make her first appearance since her return from the daily from 3 till 5, and 8 tm 11 Reserved 23.; 33. residence and WANTED to a well four sitting and nine family with an and well-stocked to D. 14, Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old anted to in furnished or 4 sitting and 12 or 14 with stabling for 8 or 10 and from 30 to 50 acres of The neighbourhood of Guildford or Godalming would be preferred particulars to K. 7, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S 28. Old Estimated Consumption for 1,750 cwt. cwt. 7 47 cwt. 26 sacks 47 cwt 26 cwt. 14 cwt 2,650 stone of 141b8. 340 cwt. split 30 Tenders for flour may be confined to the supply of either of these for any one or more of the union to be specified in the Twelve and Coffin Timber Printer and of london hospital for of the No. 6. FIRST ANNIVERSARY n aid of the to the Foundation of the will take place at the LONDON March 10,1849. Right Hon. the Earl of in the will he supported by a hace and influential number of Dinner on table at 5 o'clock may he obtained at the London and of the Hon. S. the under- Printed forms of tender alone may be me after Thursday they must be the name of the being Five of the Committee ef the of several trades tendered for on the bo as HEllEBY GIVE or Assembly M NAVIGATION of the RIVER I to it to find will be held at the in In the of on the 19th day of March at 12 o'clock at when the draft of A BiU to transfer the Sheffield Canal to the Company of the Navigation of the River Dun as also the draU of A to vest thi Stainforth and Keadby Canal in the Company of Proprietors of tho Navigation of the River will lively be submitted to the Proprietors then present for their 22nd day of M. B. B. PEGGE JAMES ALBERT a meeting of the general held this day at the London supported by a numerous and influential body of shipowners and anxious to avert the repeal of the tho following resolutions and unanimously by G. R. Chairman of Lloyd by Sir John of toe That the report now read be received and moved by John D. seconded by Alderman That this meeting entirely concurs in the sentiments contained in the regards the measure now before for the virtual repeal of the navigation laws as fraught with consequences destructive to the shipping and dangerous both to the welfare and safety of the and calls on shipowners cordially to unite in the most strenuous efforts to induce the legislature to reject the moved by Robert seconded by Charles That this to record ib grateful estimation ot the services rendered by the committee to interest under the continued difficulties with which it has had to contend during the and earnestly recommends the shipowners tho United Kingdom te extend a general and efficient support to the as the means of the interests of maritime commerce and their own in connexion moved by seconded by the cordial thanks of this meeting bo offered to Duncan Esq. for his and indefatigable exertions in the discharge of his important duties as chairman of the committee since the last and for his judicious conduct in the chair this By order of the 80, March 2,1849._WM. anglian railways the Fourth Ordinary Meeting of the held at the London on 1 6 o'clock on the evening above and will be opened at the said The contractors will be required to enter into the guardians shall deem it advisable to find responsible sureties names must be in the to execute bonds to secure the due B. March 2,1849. Clerk to the Board of Guardians of the Poor of this Union will meet at the RATCLIFF on THURSDAY the 15th day of March to receive TENDERS for SUPPLYING the POOR of the said UNION for twelve articles to he furnished by the following Straw and forms of tender alone can be may be obtained as after Thursday they must be sealed the name of the several trades tendered for written on the be delivered as aforesaid before 6 o'clock on the evening and will be opened at the said The contractors will be required to enter into contracts in and the guardians shall deem it to find one or more responsible sureties names must be stated in the to execute bonds to secure the due performance B. 2,1849. literary MEETING of the Members of tho Royal Corporation of the Literary for the ELECTION of for the ensuing will bo held In the Chambers of the No. 73. Great on March 14, at - o'clock 2,1849. T. CROFTON of church for having riven notice of motion in the House of Commons for the 13th for the abolition of church the friends of civil and religious liberty throughout the country are urgently requested Immediately to communicate with their Parliamentary and request their attending and voting for M r. may bo addressed to the Committee of the Protestant Dissenting at the King's Head 2,1849. _ Chairman of the Board of in the following resolutions were That the common seal of the Company be affixed to the register of shareholders now That the report now with the statement of accounts appended be received and circulated amongst the the Directors and they are authorised to take such measures by petition to parliament and otherwise as they shall deem expedient to obtain a change in tho present oppressive system of assessing railways to parochial series of resolutions was then converting the Company's borrowed money into Ma tor that purpose increasing the general share capital to the extent of 800,^ch capital to be divided Into 37.552 shares of 17s. for supPLYING the IS HEREBY GIVEN that the guardians of the poor of the above parish at their meeting to be held on the 14th day of March at the Chelsea at 10 o'clock in the receive PROPOSALS for SUPPLYING the POOR at the from the 24th day of March to the 22nd day of September both days with the following Ox Beef and good Wether the best Household Bread and good Salt good Derby or Gloucester unadulterated the best Champion or other good the best Scotch the best Split Articles by and good Table Ale at per barrel of 36 gallons from the best Store and Mould Woollen Hosiery and Leather and Inch Elm and 200 Tons of 30 tons to be supplied and the remainder before the 30th day of July within one month after the receipt of the orders of the board for the The articles required are to be delivered free of any expense attending the delivery of the The contractors will be required to enter into contracts and with two sureties for tho due performance The contracts will be liable to be altered or determined by any order of tho Poor Law Commissioners which may come into effect during the period that such contracts would remain in All tenders must be signed and and none will be received unless given according to forms which may be obtained at the Clerk's Chelsea alter Wednesday and every tender must be m far as possible accompanied with specimens or samples of the provisions proposed to be Parties making proposals are expected to attend tho meeting of the at 3 o'clock in the As far as circumstances will all bills will be examined and paid within a month after the It is competent for any person to tender for any of the articles and those persons whose tenders are will be required to name their sureties at the same M. Clerk to the Board ot Feb. 28, 1849.___ of Flour and Chester Linen and Woollen Leather Com scrip of alone wlU be as also the after the date of the the proportion ol one new | may be obtained on application any day between the hours of 9 and 5. The potatoes to for two existing shares in the following further resolutions were also the Directors be authorised to renew from time to time the mortgages and bonds of the Company on such terms and for such time as they may think 1 with respect to the suggestion in the report of the appointment of a committee ot this having confidence m the | deems any such committee the vacancies in the direction be not Mr. be an auditor in the room of Mr. who the best thanks of this meeting be given te tho Chairman and the other Directors for the ability and with which they have conducted the Company's T. P. March 1,1849. for at a price for three and six months Traders must be delivered oy 10 o'clock on the morning of the 16th March T. to the Board of Lambeth March 1,1849^_ and holyhead NOTICE IS HEREBY that the GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders in this Company will be held at the 61. in the city of on 16th day of Mardi now next at 1 o'clock m the Meeting will be made Special in order to determine on the expediency of raising additional capital by the creation of new shares under the powers of the existing and of a which has been introduced into parliament for the authorise the Directors to exercise the powers of the Company of borrowing money on and to confirm the purchase of the Mold The chair will be taken at 1 o'clock G. transfer books of the Company will be closed from the 9th of until after tJie 61, 1st 1849. _ and HOLYHEAD on Directors of this Company are prepared to RECEIVE the powers of their act of TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY on security of statins amount and term of years of proposed loans to be addressed to the 61, G. 61, Feb. 20,1849. _ IS HEREBY GIVEN by an indenture bearing date the 20th day of 1849, made between WILLIAM HARRIS of the town of In the county of of the first Edward Bowles Fripp the of the city of soap and James of the same trustees for themselves and tho rest of the creditors of tho said William Harris parties of the second and the several other persons whose names and seals were thereunto subscribed and being respectively creditors ot the said William Harris of the third the said William Harris Roberts did and set over untt the said their executors and assigns all and singular his personal ESTATE and ever and as therein for toe BENEFIT of themselves and all other the CREDITORS of the said William Harris who should execute the same that the lamo of assignment was duly executed oy the said Harris on 20th day of January in the presence of and by David and by the said Edward Bowles Fripp the on the 22nd day of and by the said James Bally on tho 23rd day of in the presence of and attested by William and that the same indenture of assignment now lies for bv the creditors of the said Harris at tho offices of M BRITTAN and the MATTER of the Joint Stock 1848, and of the PATENT ELASTIC MENT and HENRY Esq the Master of the High Court of with the of this has this RENE LE MIRE of De in the county of and OFFICIAL MANAGER of day of 1849.-W. H. and 80, solicitors for the petitioner In tho above five doors from Sauvage oldest established Dentists in the Ingenious Method of Fixing Artificial and Natural without on the principle of atmospheric without mastication and articulation SUPPLY TEETH at the following A single from a set of Decayed teeth restored Loose teeth Misfits Consultations N.B. Observe the 62, hew description of ARTIFICIAL fixed without springs or They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth as not to from tho by tho closest They will never colour or and will bo found very superior to any teeth ever before This method does not require the extraction of or painful and will support and preserve teeth and is guaranteed to restore articulation and That Howard maybe within the reach of the most ho has fixed his charges at tha lowest scale teeth rendered sound and useful in At home from 10 till 5. __ IVTETCALFEand PATTERN BKUSH and SMYRNA proof of the extreme power of and true Mk all who have used Metcalfe's The tooth brush performs the highly important office of searching thoroughly into the Md cleaning In the most extraordinary hairs never penetrating hair with durable unbleached which will not soften Uke common Improved clothes that cleans harmlessly in one-third the Tho new velvet and immense stock of genuine unbleached sponge at only 130 one door from tho word adopted by some OF CORPORATION of the ROYAL CHANGE ASSURANCE GIVE NOTICE the system of Participation in Profits adopted in 1841, they have declared a BONUS on all Policies effected subsequently to that year for the whole term of which were subsisting on the 31st 1848, and on which three or more annual premiums had Table showB the amount of Bonus on British Policies for the Sum of which had been Seven Years in force on the 31st 1843^_ when 35 40 45 65 60 65 s. 26 12 29 17 34 0 39 0 45 7 53 2 63 12 78 7 of Premiums 8. 186 7 209 2 238 0 273 0 317 12 371 17 445 7 548 12 by addition Sum 102 106 113 121 135 149 166 188 by reduction of Premium for the rest of COBDEN'S MOTION for PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the on MONDAY March 5, for the of adopting a Petition to Parliament in favour of Mr. Cobden's for Special Treaties of Arbitration to supersede the cruel and costly war ISAAC SB in the Elihu G. W. George Charles Rev. H. and other gentlemen are expected to address the Doors open at 7. The chair to be taken at 7 Seats reserved for for the reception and cure of persons afflicted with Insanity and diseases of the This which has been successfully conducted for nearly two is situate in a most delightful and healthy and is accessible from all by railway and The house is a fine and has been fitted up with the greatest regard to the requirements of the The medical treatment is under the superintendence of a resident married physician and a visiting who fully carry out tha system The airing grounds are very and a variety of horse and carriage a are provided for the and every possible means are adopted to render them comfortable and bring about their as to are very may be obtained either personally or by directed to the proprietor of the West surrey by 6 7 of the Ground and a Chapel have been consecrated for the use of of the Established Church and with a appropriated for charge for a stogie 0 0 grave in 3 3 0 in public 4 4 catacombs of all parochial fees of fees to be at the and at the Company 70, order of the Clerk and 322, 315a, and 12, begs most respectfully to inform his friends and Uie public that he has NOT REMOVED from either of the above places of nor has he any connexion with person or house assuming the name of Established 1820.-Feb. 26,1849. DENT'S IMPROVED WATCHES and J. watch and clock maker by distinct appointment to the Prince and the Emperor 6f most respectfully solicits from the public aa inspection of his extensive STOCK of and embracing tdl the late modem at the most economical Ladies gold with gold 1b four 8 with enamelled 10 silver 4 Warranted substantial and accurate lever jewelled in four 6 J. 82, 33, and 34, Royal Exchange Tower beautifully mounted in fine at 73. 6d. crosses or any description of are made by GEORGE artist to 172, opposite St. Benet's Ladies residing at a or in the should send for Book of which ia seat free to any part of the on tho receipt of two to for six a containing about eight with pleasure grounds and The neighbourhood ot Walton or Epsora or any situation easy to the particulars to F. 10, Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old to rent or with or without a RESIDENCE adapted for a if with and In the of or particulars to G. 12, Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old wanted to a FREEHOLD consisting of a good family house with and from 300 to 500 acres of land The south or midland counties are and especially those of and particulars to H. 17 Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old PORTING BOX or WANTED to a comfortable containing a dining and small third four best and suitable accommodation for with and about 20 acres of land A manor of from 1,000 to 2,000 acres U and preference wiU be given to the localities of South Wales and or any situation affording good The advertiser has no and as every care would be taken of the house and to such a place in would to H. 18, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN 8, 28, Old near be by single the FISHING of the celebrated DENHAM COURT near Uxbridge terms apply to Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old to a machine out Deal for making Hat post stating to 0., opportunity for possessing about to partner in a profitable MANUFACTURING near iie the present retiring for reasons that will be satisfactorily Respectable references given and by letter to Mr. G. H. 7. Great Thomas DEVISEES in trust acting under tho will of the late Mr. offer for SALE by PRIVATE In One this valuable FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD which may truly be termed one of the most lucrative and eligible concerns within fifty miles of It has been established more than half a and comprehends the extensive with storehouses and and a commodious family dwelling house adjoining late residence of Mr. G. and of his spirit and a coal warehouse and The aad utensils include a 34-quarter 60 barrel with dome head and patent 23 oak store together 2,800 and the of a arranged for uniting economy with A treble with bafley steeps ito wet 65 granaries and situate within a quarter of a Seventeen Freehold and Copyhold Inns and in the town of and ten in the of easy The great celebrity of commands an extensive trade with free public and the family private trade Is considerable for and will be furnished with further by application to Messrs. RIDLEY and auctioneers and estate or to Mr. 33, ale stout house to be situated In one ot the thoroughfares In London dome a good and may bo greatly Satisfactory reasons to Mr. and business Auction opposite the to HEREBY GIVEN that the VAN LAND AGRICULTURAL COMPANY are now able to SELL their FREEHOLD LANDS in any and that every of not less than 80 will be entitled to a free passage to the The peculiar advantages enjoyed by settlers on the Company's lands are fully detailed in a printed which may be obtained at the Company's 8, Great largest and best assortment of and of every Gun No. 30, King Aa GEORGE and JOHN DEANE manufacture for tho trade as well as the they are able to offer these at which defy supplied loss of and placed on the lowest wholesale Gun 30, King TO DEANE'S EMIGRATION CIRCULAR may be either at their general 46, King or at their export 3, or It will be forwarded by when be the PREMISES in this consisting of extensive spacious and well-arranged exhibition and private Terms may and plans of the at the offices of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old near the be a very compact with and and adapted to every to the of a Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old May be a convenient very desirably situate to the preferable part of the It contains ample accommodation for a or would answer admirably ror letting in suites of Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old be a substantial FAMILY four and fifteen and seated in five acres of and i n a weU wooded and picturesque m this much admired With it may be had any of Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old BACHELOR or tlemen of be an elegantly FURNISHED SUITE of ot and blooms with desirably situate near the Houses of the and tho The use of hnen and and services of if may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old AMALGAMATED 63, splendid stock of dish the set comer and at the set venison 7 each 18s. 6d. each cruet each tea and the desidia of which are very of them are and can only be at this from 7 the Orders to any amount can now be Benson's Amalgamated Silver Plate Its of colour and brilliancy of look after frequent We have seen articles manufactured from this all to and beauty with the purest Standard of List of prices sent to answer to paid addressed to 63, three from SHEFFIELD PLATED with strong silver mountings and silver shields the crest or coat of DISH Heavy Gadroon 0 0 12 8 Montrose pattern 12 6 6 16 17 6 15 0 0 20 6 6 Albert 15 0 0 20 6 6 12 6 6 16 17 6 above sets comprise four dish one 20-toch, one 18-tacli, and Manufacturing 14, opposite the Bank of in BREAKFAST PATENT SEAMLESS TEA and COFFEE having at length been completed to every the ornamented of by the patent process Messrs. and and finished with the greatest care and are new offered for at prices much under half what would have been demanded but for the economy achieved by the seamless patent They are as durable as pattern tea and coffee set 17 0 8 17 0 chased 817 0 8 0 0 Quatorze pattern each of the Any other article singly in the same Engravings sent S. BURTON and 39, and 1, of 1820. __ be a valuable manorial consisting of a handsome modem and to and some valuable let to a good tenantry at per free of It Is surrounded by extensive in a very agreeable and convenient to railway may be and plans and drawings seen at the offices of Messrs BROOKS and 28, Old miles from on the be a spacious four Mid 14 with very convenient and other It Is placed in Its own with walled garden and and is adapted for a family requiring a roomy at a moderate or would admirably suit a young may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old be an in complete with and orchard and pleasingly situate in the midst of and and to a particularly and picturesque three miles from four and a half from the fashionable of Lyme Regis and may be lad of D. or of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old silk 5a. 6d., 6d. at the 338, 10s. silk umbrellas for ladles light and weU have ivory handles and whalebone or steel frames those for are with whalebone or steel and are from thi very low price of offered at at no period could have been sold under Ms. Strong gingham umbrellas 4s., and Chaise and carriage umbrellas the Brass 33, and the 7 14 4 14 5 21 13 4 3 4 1 3 7 3 may be effected with the Corporation for any amount not exceeding on one feel persuaded that the public will continue to manifest their confidence to this which has a high position during a period a century and a quarter affords unquestionable security by its prudently invested capital and distributes among Life a share of its to benefits to the assured which will advantageously bear comparison with those from other FIRE ASSURANCES are effected upon every of Feb. 5,1849. and GENERAL LIFE 57, John Edward Samuel John S. St. Jonas Joseph John W. John Robert B. G. P. This society transacts the usual of life and presente the advantages to the assured First The security of a large Directors have I regret of the resolution passed at the general meeting expressly for this and affording advantages of the Eastern Counties to reference to tte amalgamation | be lodged at this office addressed to the for before 12 o'clock on the 20th and tendering are required to be then in The directors do not themselves to accept the lowest will not be received upon any other than the printed with the may be had on atthis or at the office of the company's 6, Great on or after tbe 9th 14, 2,1849. _ and Birmingham railway on of this Company are prepared to the powers of ] Act of TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY on security of Debentures to sums of not less than and at interest not 4i per per Tenders to be addressed to tho 3, 3, March 1,1849^_ March 2, 1849.__ desirous of suiting all classes of keeps to variety than any house in the He has now of Y of WRITING PAPERS and each sort of paper betog sealed up to quarter packets and His rame and address on the wrapper ia a guarantee for A few prices are 1. Useful Satto 2s. per size Satin 3s. per substantial 4s. per Ditto Cream Laid 43. per Beat Thick Satin 6s. per Super Cream Laid 6s. per Full size Note 63. per Thick Cream Laid 10s per Is. per Satin 150 for 10 for 3b. 6d. per Sample Packet of 30 sorts of paper and price 6d., or free by cost for 12 Our with fuU particular of fee sent for two All with a remittance over 20s., manufacturing 25, be furnished a desirable FAMILY with 17 acres of pleasure and meadow in a fine within a mile of Monks and six of the Rugby in the centre of the Atherstone and reach of the and Quora The house stands on an is and commands very and extensive The and are on a most complete stocked with valuable and to the highest A may be and at the offices of Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old largest assortment of TEA TRAYS and WAITERS ever together is now on SALE at WILLIAM S. 39, of and No. 1, Gothic shape Papier per set of 208. to 10guineas. ditto Iron from 16t to 4 Convex per from 73. 6d. An almost endless of small papier and iron many of them executed to the style of art. at about a quarter of being odd ot out of Round and Gothic cake and bread 8. Burton's and of Ironmongery Is literally the largest to the and purchasers are to call and inspect in 1820^_ BEDSTEADS.J. STEER Heal and to call the attention of the to his large MENT of and every other style ol to mahogany and other also japanned to various colours Iron and brass bedsteads of every J. S. can confidently recommend his goods as betog made of well-seasoned and of superior bedstead 15 and SON'S LIST of full description of and by which purchasers are enabled to judge the articles best suited to make a good set of sent free by post on application to their 196 the ELASTIC greatest curiosity the dav are the elastic to bo wholesale and at the GUTTA PERCHA where will be found every novelty to the extraordinary material gutta An elegant stock of picture at one quarter the price of of splendid Many additions stoce last Gutta percha dolls that cannot New to GUTTA PERCHA over 3,000 acres of preserved with first-rate well stocked BROOKS and GREEN are to DISPOSE OF the or to for a a most excellent Tudor incomplete substantial and cheerfully seated in a and commanding extensive There is capital good and foxhounds hunt the It Is one and a half one from and s well wortl y the attention of a nobleman or gentleman fond of field 150acres ot land and may be had if required terms apply to Messrs. BROOKS and 28, Old where a view of the may be furnished or a superior FAMILY RESIDENCE seated on a with capital grounds and situate and having a trout stream close It contains dining and with south and on to the two seven best dressing rooms and servants housekeeper's butler's and aU useful detached rooms double and four stall loose two excellent and gravelly Fifteen of may be had if 160 A of the property may be seen and particulars had at the offices of BROOKS and 28, Old from the MEEKING and 62, are now the largest lot of real SWISS CURTAINS ever seen to any at an average of one-third less than last year's ranging from Is. to 40s. Upholsterers and drapers charged low compared with what they have bought new velour muslin royal letters and M. WORMS beg to announce that they have just received upwards of five thousand of these magnificent and novel embroidered by a new immeasurably every other description of yet Prices varying from 6d. to 18s. 6d. the from 3 yards to 4i yards to and 14 yard to li yard to warranted either to wash or Patterns free to all parts ot the and M. 106 to 110, Buckets may be made of any size and thickness without any seam or raised They are unaffected by Cold water will never soften them and they are consequently much more durable than and aUo GUTTA PERCHA so extraordinary a conductor of is now extensively for messages from one or place to It is Invaluable to The recent ot covering electric telegraph wires witti Gutta so as to be securely protected from the affords an economical mode of communication for greater GUTTA PERCHA DRIVING BANDS continue to secure a demand they can be tod of my size or To be had of their wholesale dealers m town and one should leave England without providing himself with a stock of GUTTA PERCHA SOLES and The ease with which these soles can be to countries where no shoenaker can be found for power of keeping the feet perfectly thus preserving the from to lands where medical advice cannot be their great durability and render them essential to the comfort and security of all who purpose to distant Guttapercha Ear are admirably suited for shipboard and as they will not break by betog even violently thrown down upon the Any person a the seas w ill find it afford a profitable by the GUTTA PERCHA London and sold by their wholesale dealers to town and and FURNESS at 2 o'clock any other the 10 at the office of tto 57, where tuses and aU other LOAN fund LIFE of the 26, remato as a loan for five Extensive Moderate extra premium for residence annual bonus to the assured varied from 27 to 65 per to on the premiums with apply at the of the by post or or of 5 per per annum wiU bo charged on all sums unpaid Joint Stock Messrs. J. Head and Co. National Provincial Bank of Union Bank of JOHN 1, Feb. 2i!, 1S49. worth the of VERMIN and Mr Northampton After using n one The of old houses observe the name on nPO classify under one head disorders the and even 0PP<^te-to disturb luU tho afflicted mth aU by promises the most extravagant and it Is of the of fonns one of the most painful of coi ttat to tbe eye of those who scan over the attention of going to California is called to the following list of of INDIA just received by tne from consisting of tent Poncho camp Isthmus gun wading and hunting water and a variety of other goods made expressly for that country and upon will be found to bo not only the most valuable articles for the but necessary to their comfort and These goods are warranted not to be affected by extremes of heat or India Rubber 48, be Immediate or to commence from Lady-day of 2 3 17 side of of New and side of and side of and on the or to Messrs. OVERTON and 25, Old and very good house and of land with two Kent moderate and 11 and one from the Can 190 let for any Mr. GEORGE the PROFESSIONAL to a SUITE of excellently adapted as Offices either for of the Medical or Legal particulars apply 31, new summer and manufactured for her and the 4c., intrinsically equal to effect to the most costly at 40 price 12s. 6d. and adapted to different styles of Decoration and their patent and Toilet This manufacture can only be at and Decorators and Upholsterers to the 80, New carpet 3 and 4, 1769), the attention of the to an inspection of their large and magnificent collection of Royal Velvet Patent Patent or Victoria and every other description of carpeting of British comprehending the most tasteful and elegant the colours and quality of which can be being manufactured under their Immediate From the long patronage and experience they have their establishment betog exclusively for the sale of purchasers can ensure carpets of permanent colours and durable and at the lowest possible PATENT extraordinary so universally is well calculated for to or to any other part of tlie It is adapted for to which a dinner can be cooked for three or four Officers at home or on a foreign station will find it a moat desirable a prospectus will bo forwarded on receipt of a postage 55, ' 5d. and 6|d. per wick 6id. 8Jd., and German 2d.finewax,Is.5d.;transparent best 2b sperm Is. 6d. and Is. 7d. 7id. and 8id. mottled 603. and 64s. per 112 lbs. 48s., and Is. 4d. per brown Is. 9d.; 2s. Sperm 7s. 6d. per gallon 3s 3d. argand or 6d. sealing 43. 6d. For cash at old established 63, St Export or and oU shop goods at lower to 2, settled to lSs EMIGRATION which Me up with every requisite at a moderate be seen any day tos 2, one purposely with and camp stool A s v SURGICAL CAOUTCHOUC ELASTIC caps. stand unrivalled for their efficacy to They aie of an ordinary and more durable than any soUcit the of thi tor and the and Co A Country We and find them thoroughly Notice to FURNISHED in an excellent furnished with good In a highly private with and for one week for two 25s.: bedrooms if at 26, and to to 6s. 5d., to be SOLD hv tender by direction of the Assignees of Mr. 8. S. ot a Payment to be made to or one-half to one-half on but the credit must be approved Sd not exceed three months from the day of The Stock of a general assortment ot silk and and may be viewed en the N o. 53 and 54, hill from this time until the day of and the tenders will be and and the purchaser at the office of Messrs. and No. 16, on the 8th of at 12 o'clock at noon - and as the most eminent and m of - the most and speedy for tic sore kind ot For tte and t no and military gentlemen will find H Sold at is. and 2s. 9d., by all respectable m Lower LINEN and WOOLLEN SOLD by in Three by order of the Trustees of the Estate ot Henry of the entire stock to TRADE of the amounting to 43. 2d at the cost Lot 1 Is the stork ot linen and to 23. Lot 2 is the stock of of broad Sra to Lot 3 is the stock of caps Md and amounts to 10s. 3d. The lots may be tendered for or the three to one Payment or credit or part but the credit must be with approved and ^t three from the day of To be viewed on the The 1m and the at the office of and 16 on the 12th at 12 ock at noon particulars to had of Sole and 68, of Messrs. J or on the albert night to bum or 6d. per tbe 6d., 9d., and 2s. dip 6d. and wax wiek 6d.; 84d. and wax and sperm per dozen best Is. 6d. per transparent is. 8d.; 2s. Palmer's 74d. and 8ia.; yellow very 42s., 46s.; the best 52a.; mottled 62b. 66., per 1121bs.; Is. 4d.; old brown Is. 6d. - solar 3s. 3d.; 7s. 6d.; 49. 6d., per 48, Screened either or 20s. per ton 12s. per 18s. per 2s. 6d. per Cash on or before and Westminster Coal 7, ui E. to be sold or Paper on the about a mile and a halt from the to 38, elegant toilet each of Uble MACASSAR OIL Is highly Bnd universally appreciated for creating and is a preparation of unparalleled efficacy to and beautifying the and and or Pearl Is for its and effects on the teeth and The patronage of Royalty throughout and their general use by the aristocracy and of together with the confirmation by experience of the infallible efficacy of these creative and renovating have characterised them with and given them a celebrity Beware of spurious Some are offered under the Implied sanction of royalty and the government and similar attempts at The only of each bears the name of preceding that of the article on the wrapper or by them at 20, and by respectable chemists and or liquid dye the only dye that really answers for all and does not require but as the hair as it never or acquires that unnatural red or purple tint common to aU other ROSS and SONS with the greatest Urn above dye as Mim or Quiring It are if to have it done the first time at their which will enable them to use it afterwards tho chance of They think it to by attending strictly to tho given with the numerous parties have well without coming to ROSS and 119 and 120, MULTUM in l MEAT LOZENGES for Travellers preparation will be by its nutritious a great acquisition to travellers on or iu and on aU other occasions when an healthy appetite cannot manner in boxes at Is. and 2. had of Barclay and Bow Churchyard aad most patent medicine venders in town and
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