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Bankers Circular (Newspaper) - September 2, 1854, London, Middlesex roforr THE and gazette of banking, agriculture, commerce, mining, and finance. ESTABLISHED 1828. ~' No. 1452. Vol. XXVII.] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854. [New Series. B ank of new south wales, (established 1817): incorporated by Act of the Colonial Legislature in 1850,,and confirmed by Her Maiestv in Council. 37, Cannon-street, City. The Board of Directors grant LETTERS of CRE-DlT,payable on demand.and BILLS of EXCHANGE at 30 days' sight, on the undermentioned establishments of the Corporation, at par. Sydney, Head Office,........... Newcastle, Branch ...........I Maitland, ditto.................}>New South "Wales Brisbane, Moreton-Lay, ditto I Ipswich , , J Melbourne, ditto ...............^ Geolong, ditto.....................I Kyn6ton, ditto ..................I Mount Alexander, Agency... ^Victoria, Port Phillip. Ballarat ...........................I Oven's River ........ ..........J And also on the Commercial Bank of Van Diemen's Land, at Hobart Town and Launceston. The Directors also negociate approved Bills of Exchange, and send them for collection, drawn on any 1 of the Australian Colonies. The Western Bank of Scotland and Stuckey's banking Company are authorised to grant Credits on this Bank at the several establishments in Australia, and will negociate Bills drawn on the Australian Colonies. \ By order of the London Board, JOHN SALMON, Secretary. rpHE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORA- l TION grant DRAFTS and negotiate Bills payable in Bombay. Calcutta, Ceylon, Hong Kong, Madras. Mauritius, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney. They a^so issue, free of charge, Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for the use of Travellers on the Continent and to India overland. They undertake the AgencV of parties connected with India, the purchase and sale of Indian Securities, and the effecting of Remittances between the above dependencies. They further buy and negociate in London paper of the Indian Government Loans. W. % CARGILL, Chief Manager. Walbrook, London, March, 1854. WE LONDON and WESTMINSTER 1 BANK ISSUES CIRCULAR NOTES of �10 each, for travellers on the continent. They are payable at every important place in Europe, and thus enable the traveller to vary his route without inconvenience. No expense is incurred, and when cashed no charge is made for commission. They may be obtained at the bank, Lothbury: or its branches, l, St. James's-square; 214, High Holborn , 3, Wellington-street, Borough; 87, High-street, Whitechapel; and 4, Stratford-place, Oxford-street. J. W. GILBART, General Manager. THE ROYAL BRITISH BANK, (incorporated by Charter) GRANT DEPOSIT and CIRCULAR NOTES, LETTERS OP CREDIT, and &ILLS of EXCHANGE in sets payable on demand, or,at any date wished for, in London or at any place at home or abroad where there is a banker. They are adapted to the several uses of merchants and travellers and of private patties out of business, whether resident in or out of the kingdom, and possess some peculiar features of economy, safety, an d utility. \ The Deposit Notes carry interest at rates varying from two tt� four per cent, per annum, according to their terms of payment, and being negotiable and transferable \y simple indorsement, they are not only vouchers \t deposit, but enable the holders to command their deposits at any time or place, without personal attendance or correspondence with the Bank. Detailed terms of business and any further information will be supplied at the Bank, or at any of its branches, in the Strand, Lambeth, Islington, and Pimlico. . . HUGHINNES CAMERON, General Manager. Royal British Bank, Tokenhouse-yard, Lothbury, London. 1VT ATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND, -L * 13, Old Broad Street, London. This Bank transacts the general business of Bankers in London; opens drawing accounts, and receives money on deposit on the most favorable terms that the current rate of interest will allow. Bills are issued on the Bank's branches in Ireland, and letters of credit are granted on Paris, Boulogne, Florence, Rome, Montreal, New Y"rk, &c, on the usual terms. By order of the Court, July 1854. N. S. KING, Secretary. TV] ORTH-WESTERN BANK OF 1 1 INDIA.-London Branch, 4, Trafalgar-square, Charing-crbss.-Approved BILLS on INDIA NEGOTIATED or COLLECTED, and Credits granted on the Head-office, Calcutta, and the Branch at Mus-soorie, in addition to all banking business connected with the East Indies. . � , ^T,_ k ROBERT McKIM, Agent. MERCANTILE BANK OF INDIA, LONDON and CHIN A. -Head Office, Bombay.-The London Branch of this Bank is now open for the transaction of every description of Banking and Exchange business connected with India, Ceylon ad China. ALEXR. ANDERSON, Manager. 9, Broad-street-buildings. London, June, 1854. Fifth edition, 2 vols., 8vo.. price 24s. \ PRACTICAL TREATISE on t\ BANKING, containing a full account of the Operations of the Clearing House, and a Practical View of the Working of the Currency Act of 1844. By J. W. GILBART, F.R.S., General Manager of the London and Westminster Bank. London ^Longman and Co., 39, Paternoster-row. Just published, price Is. THE BANK CHARTER OUGHT NOT TO BE CONTINUED. A Letter to the Right Hon. W. Gladstone, M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer, by an Ex M.P. James Ridgway, Piccadilly; and James Mackle hose, Ayr. WILLIAM STEVENS, the Sole Agent, is now supplying the Public with the celebrated unadulterated Ales, Porter, and Stout, brewed by the- Metropolitan and Provincial Joint Stock Beewery Company. In Bottles of the Standard Imperial Measure, at the following prices:- Bitter Ale, Ale,or Stout...Quarts.........per doz. 6s 6d �� if ,i ...Pints ......... , 3s 9d ff , , ...Half-Pints... , 2s 3d The same goods constantly on draught, at the Wholesale and Retail Stores, 13, Upper Wellington-street, Strand. All orders must be sent to William Stevens, Sole Agent. Terms Cash.-Country Orders immediately attended to. Money Orders on the Strand Branch. Families supplied with the same Beer in Casks. HER MAJESTY'S MINT. MESSRS. HUNT and ROSKELL, appointed by the Master of the Mint, for the disposal of the Proof Coins, have the honour to announce that the same are now ready for distribu tion. 166, New Bond-street, August, 1854. TO MERCHANTS, BANKERS, AND OTHERS. THE Friends of a Young Man, aged 20, well educated, and respectably connected, are desirous of obtaining for him a Situation, either in a mercantile office, or in a bank, where there would be an opportunity of advancement. Salary would be a secondary object, where there was a prospect of a permanency. Letters, addressed free, to M. J., care of Messrs. Thomas Davies and Co., 1, Finch-lane, Cornhill. < 1 A " Cast thy bread upon the waters, for thou shalt find it after many days." Shall we, who will not suffer foreign nations to rob us, sit tamely still to be robbed by a handful of Gold-mongers at home ? LECTURE oITthe PERMANENT NATIONAL MEASURE OF VALUE, and all its various influences on our Nation, in thirty-eight chapters, by EDMUND TAUNTON, a Manchester foreign merchant of 1807: delivered in the TOWN HALL, BIRMINGHAM, on Tuesday, July 4th, 1854. This pamphlet unfolds incredible causes, effects, and future happy results for* Great Britain, with Perfect Free Trade by impartial taxation, reducing all taxes to only 2 per cent., and paying off the National debt the fifth time over in eight years more, and the surprising anomaly that Protection gives Free Trade, through the Patriot Pitt's till hitherto lost secret system of Finance, and with near two millions increase of Franchise. entered at stationers' hall. Sold by Messrs. Everett and Co., Birminghamand by Efilngham Wilson, Puoyal-exchange, London. Price Eighteenpence. NISSEN and PARKER, 43, MARK LANE, LONDON. Engravers, Stationers, and Manufacturers op Merchants and Bankers ACCOUNT BOOKS. Houses requiring any Books can have patterns forwarded by post, and be enabled to order complete sets of Books upon the most approved.systems, comprising- Cash and Day Book Acceptance do. Advice do. Balance Sheet do. Counter Cash do. Day & Letter do. List & Money do. Paid Cash and Waste Book Received Cash do. Teller's Cash do. Circulation do. Accounts Current Bills Discounted do. Presented for Discount do. of Exchange do. Received or Sent out Current Account Progress, Ledger do. with Interest Columns Current Account Ledger Discount . do. do. on the Progressive System Daily Cash Balance Books Interest do. Bill and Discount Ledger do. Register General Ledger London do. Deposit Receipts Drafts drawn by Manager Past-due Bills Local Daily List do. Bills Discounted Managers' Drafts Head Office Cash Account Sheets Registry of Past-due Bills Acknowledgment Letters Credit do. Branch Weekly Return Sheets, Quarterly Returns to Head Office Bills and Discount Journal Daily Abstracts Share Transfers (Joint Stock Co.) And every description of Printed Form for Banking Houses. PASSPORTS. - Edward S IANFORD obtains F. O. Passports, mounts them in neat Morocco or Roan cases, and procures the necessary visas. Obtaining Passport and each visa, Is; mounting Passport in Morocco case, with pencil and pocket, 4s 6d; in Roan 3s 6d. Handbooks, Maps ana Guides for all parts of the world. Edward Stanford, Map and Bookseller, 6, Charing Cross, London. U/ORTH's PATENT KNIFE vv CLEANERS, on a new principle, from 6s each, cleaning and sharpening at one time, without the least injury; fork machines,8s 6d,cleaning all the prongs at once-S. Worth, patentee and brush-maker, 293, Oxford-street, corner of Davies-street. Illustrated catalogues sent free. DATE'S COMMERCIAL INSTRUCT- m_ TION.-Mr. W. TATE, son of the late Mr. Tate* (J'ormerlv Boutrlower and Tate, Little Tower-street,) respecfully announces that he continues to PREPARE GENTLEMEN for i ritish and Foreign trade, and Government appointments, upon a system of instruction which long experience has proved to be a most efficient introduction to the duties of the counting-house. Prospectuses may be obtained of Mr. E. Wilson, Royal Exchange; and at 5, Waraford-court, Throgmorton-street. r* OLONIAL INVESTMENTS.-The undersigned, having for many years devoted his particular attention to 'the-rise, and progress of the various Joint Stock Associations connected .with the colonies, at home and abroad, and receiving regularly their reports and full details of their proceedings, besides possessing many valuable and exclusive sources of information, through his extensive foreign correspondence, is enabled to FURNISH IMPARTIAL and TRUSTWORTHY INFORMATION, as to the position and prospects of all COMPANIES, to those who may be interested as shareholders, or are seeking profitable channels of investment. �' " "' �"' '3-' ! ' P. L. SIMMONDS, 5, Barge-yard, London. VI7 ORTH NOTIC E.-What has always � � been wanted is just published, price 4s, the DICTIONARY APPENDIX, with upwards of 7,000 words not found in the dictionary, comprising the Sarticiples of the verbs, which perplex all writers. To person that writes a letter should be without this work; all senior pupils should have it. "This book is invaluable."-Weekly Times. Published by Jackson, 21, Paternoster-row. Sold at 23, Cornhill; 6, Charing-cross-, 134, Oxford-street; and Ford, Islington. Multse temcolis linguse, coelestibus una. "1 - vJ AMU EL BAG ST EE and O SONS' General Catalogue is sent, free by post. It containsLists of Quarto Family Bibles; Ancient English Tr^la- __tions, Manuscript-notes Bibles; Polyglot Bibles in every variety of size and combination fo? language; Parallel-passages Bibles; Greek criracal and other Testaments; Polyglot Books of Comrnp/n Prayer; Psalms in English, Hebrew, aadmla^ other ' languages* in great yariety; Aids to the Study, of ,th.e;; Old Testament and of the New Testament/and\i Miscellaneous Biblical and other Works.. By port; free. London:-Samuel Bagsteb and �OH8� 16. Paternoster Row. �
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