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Bankers Circular (Newspaper) - June 23, 1855, London, Middlesex THE AND GAZETTE OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE. ESTABLISHED 1828. No. 1494. Vol. XXVII.] SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855. [New Series. ORIENTAL BANK CORPORA- JL TION grant DRAFTS and negotiate Bills payable in Bombay. Calcutta, Ceylon, Hong Kong, Madras, Mauritius, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney. They also 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 Agency 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. W. CARGILL, Chief Manager. Walbrook, London, March, 1854. GREAT LUXEMBOURG COMPANY. 'HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of L this COMPANY have the pleasure to inform the Shareholders, that the Law for extending the time allowed for the completion of the Line, has received the sanction of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives and of the Senate, and that consequently the Proprietors are relieved from the state of Forfeiture underjilwhich their property has been placed since the 1st January last. By order of the Board, THOMAS COXHEAD, Secretary. No. 2, Royal Exchange-buildings. Loudon, 5th June, 1855. GREAT LUXEMBOURG COMPANY. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Call of �1 per Share on the Shares in this Company became due and payable on the 1st June inst., and that unless the same be paid within one month from that date, the said Shares are liable to forfeiture, according to the Statutes, without further notice. The Shareholders are informed that the offices of the Company are about to be removed to Gresham-house, Broad-street, and it would be convenient, if holders who have paid their Call, would be good enough to send for their Shares within the prescribed time noted on the receipt for delivery of same. By order of the Board, THOMAS COXHEAD, Secretary. No. 2, Royal Exchange-buildings. London, 5th June, 1855. EXICAN & SOUTH AMERICAN COMPANY-The Twentieth Dividend of Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Share on the Shares of this Company, free of Income-Tax, will be Said on or after the Twentieth July, between the ours of Eleven and Three. Forms for claiming the Dividend may be obtained by the Shareholders on application at the office. HYDE CLARKE, Secretary. 17, Gracechurch-street. 13th June, 1855. T AW LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE, Fleet-street, London, May 21,1855. Notice is hereby given that, in conformity with the provisions of the Deed of Settlement, a GENERAL MEETING of PROPRIETORS will be held at the Society's Office',Fleet-street, Loudon, on Saturday, the 23rd day of June next, at twelve o'clock, at noon precisely, to Elect a Director in lieu of John Parkinson, Esq., deceased; to Elect five other Directors and one Auditor, when those who go out of office by rotation will be proposed for re-election; and also for general purposes. The Director to be chosen in the room of John Parkinson, Esq., will remain in office until the 24th day of June, 1853. By order of the Directors, WILLIAM SAMUEL DOWNES, Actuary. SOVEREIGN LIFE ASSURANCE O COMPANY, 49, St.James's-street, London. Established 1845. The Earl Talbot Lord de Mauley. trustees. Sir Claude Scott, Bart. B. Bond Cabbell, Esq.- Henry Pownall, Esq This office, the new income of which was doubled during the last year, presents the security of a large Paid-up Capital; Moderate Premiums for home and foreign risks; no Stamp duty is Charged, and all Policies are declared indisputable. The last Bonus added four-fifths of the Premium paid to some of the participating policies. Provision can be made for the payment of a certain sum on attaining any given age (as 50, 55, or 60), or at death if it occur previously. By a small annual payment, �100 may be secured to a child on attaining the age of 14,18, or 21. Prospectuses and other information will be furnished on application to- __H. D. DAVENPORT, Secretary. UST of the EMPEROR of the FRENCH and the EMPRESS EUGENIE, life size, �11 s each, at Scoular and Edwards' plaster figure manufactory and artifical stone-works, 91 and (92, Dean-street, Soho. . ,,; ISLE OF WIGHT. EAST COWES PARK TONTINE. Established under Deed of Arrangement for purchasing and fully developing the Building and other operations of this highly eligible Estate, which is situated immediatly adioining the ROYAL DOMAIN OF OSBORNE. Amount required �35,000, to be raised by Subscriptions of �100 each, by four Instalments of �lQ; �50, and two of �20 p-r cent. Trustees. Ebehezer Howard, Esq., 16, Clapham-road Place. The Rev. J. Gillman, Incumbent of Holy Trinity Church, Lambeth. Frederick William Laxtpn, Esq., F.S.A., Barrister at Law. Committee oe Management. Lieut.-Col. Richard Hunt, Feltham Hill. Sir Charles S. Kirkpatrick, Bart. St. Peter's-square Hammersmith. Frederick Wm.Laxton, Esq., F.S.A., Brick Court, Temple. James Powell, Esq., M.B., Guildford-street, Russell-square. Richard Thomas Pugh, Esq., Salisbury Street, Strand. E. Tomkins, Esq., Bartholomew-lane, and Clifden House, Brentford. Bankeks.-Commercial Bank of London. , Solicitor- Thomas J. Foord, Esq., Pinners' Hall, Broad Street. Architect-Henry Laxton, Esq., Arundel-street, Strand. General Manager-George Clark, Esq. Offices, (pro tern.) Bond Court House. Bond Court, Walbrook. East Cowes Park is within 3 or 4 hours' journey from London and comprises 146 acres, forming a gradual ascent of about 170 feet from the sea. Small portions have been sold to Her Majesty, who usually proceeds through the estate from Trinity Pier direct to the Royal Lodge at Osborne. It has been expensively laid .out-roads made 66 feet wide, borders planted, about 3 miles of iron palisading fixed, with grates, &c, good drainage, and an arboretum of pleasure ground of 22| acres formed in the centre. Several mansions, villas, and dwellings have been erected, Which, with other sources, produce a large annual income, leaving the greater portion of the estate available for beneficial operations. It has a good water supply, contains several acres of wood, a useful stone quarry, gravel, sand, and grit, the lower part abounding with coloured clays of great depth, in strata varying from pale white to deep crimson, and has a water frontage for vessels of large tonnage. An expensive kiln, pug mill, buildings and machinery have been constructed, and superior bricks, ridge and other tiles, drain pipes, terra cotta. &c, manufactured. It is proposed to purchase arid improve this property on the sound and accumulative principle of Tontine, and when ten lives only remain the fortunate owners so surviving will take the whole absolutely. Meanwhile the income, already considerable, will be divided annually among the proprietors during their own or their nominees' lives. As an investment this mode is both safe and eligible, with the certainty of immediate return and a yearly increasing income afterwards, besides the chance of final survivorship. The return' of the capital, also, in case of early demise, might at a small-outlay be secured by effecting a life insurance. To heads of families the system affords easy means of providing for children, and in arrangements for personal benefit it has the advantage of a progressively increasing income and existing interests always disposeable by deed or will. A detailed Prospectus, with plan, aud form of ; pplication for Subscriptions may be obtained at the tices, Bond Court House, Walbrook, where manufactured specimens of the clay produce may be inspected, and every information obtained. EDUCATION.-HEREFORD- Fj LODGE, OLD BROMPTON1, LONDON. The Rev. George Stokes, B.D., late of Queen's College, Cambridge, receives i nto h's family a limited number of young gentlemen, to be prepared for the Universities, the Naval and Military Colleges, or Commerce, The course of instruction pursued at this establishment, offers universal facilities for acquiring the'French German, and Italian Languages, by the aid of native masters,, and the undivided attention of the principal to the pupils under his charge. The domestic arrangements afford all the comforts of home, so. as to ensure the confidence of the most anxious parent. Terms, which include all charges, from �80 to �100 per annum. References will' be given to ipareuts of rank, by applica'ion. at the school, or to the Editor of the Bankers' Circular, 32; Lombard-street, London. DUCATION.-B RIG H T O N.- " -i A widow lady, residing in the most desirable part of Brighton1; receives a few'young ladies to educate with her own daughters. Those parents -who are desirous 6f securing to their children the advantages of high christian principles, ladylike manners, and the comforts of a private family, will find this a most valuable opportunity. Terms and all particulars may be obtained at 11, Royal Exchange, at Bankers' Circular Office, 32; Lombard-street, and 21, Charing Cross. flHUBB'S ILLUSTRATED LIST OF \J LOCKS. FIREPROOF-SAFES, CASH, DEED, and WRITING BOXES, with their Sizes, Fittings, and Prices, will be sent by post on receipt of two-stamps. Apply to'Chubb and Son, 57, St. Paul's Churchyard, London; 28, Lord-street, Liverpool; 16, Market-street, Manchester; and Horseley Fields, Wolverhampton. Price 6d. each Sheet. 1 TNCOME-TAX TABLES, by Joseph A- Gritton, of the Bank of England. Table showing the Income-Tax of Is 4d in the Pound on any sum below �15,000. Table showing the Income-Tax of ll^d in the Pound. Table showing the Nett Amount of the half-yearly Dividend on any Sum of �3 per Cent. Stock, after deducting the Income-Tax of Is 4d in the Pound. A short and easy method of obtaining the Income-Tax OEls4d in the Pound, chargeable on the Half-Yearly Dividend of any amount of Stock in the �3 per Cent. Government Annuities. Effingham Wilson,Publisher, 11, Royal Exchange. *** See notices in the Money Articles of the following papers:-Time?, May 28th; Morning Chronicle, Morning Herald, and Globe, June 1st; Morning Advertiser, June 2nd; Observer, June 4th; Morning Post, June 5th. Just published, fcap. 4to. cloth, gilt edges, price 9s, with highly colored Plates, the Third Edition of FELIX on the BAT ; being a Scientific Inquiry into the use of the Cricket Bat, together with the History and use of the Catapulta; a Dissertation on the different Styles of Bowling, with valuable suggestions as to the management of the field when employed under the operation of fast or slow bowling also, a scientific investigation into the vexata questio of leg before wicket; also, the Laws of the Game, as revised by the Marylebone Cricket Club. London:-Baily Brothers, Cornhill. H I HAD I BUT ALADDIN'S LAMP. Composed by W.H. MONTGOMERY, 2s. " This song, doubtless, will beconte very popular. The melody lays great claim to originality, and the accompaniments show a sound knowledge of, and feeling for, the art."-Plymouth Journal. D'Almaine and Co., 20,,Soho-square. SPATE'S COMM ERCIALINSTRUCT- J_ TION.-Mr. W. TATE, son of the late Mr. Tate, (formerly Boutflower and Tate, Little Tower-street,) respecfullv 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, Warnford-court, Throgmor ton-street. ^ EES TO ATTENDANTS.-- - LOVE'S ENTERTAINMENTS-In answer to inquiries, it is respectfully aimounced^S^th^ attendants at these entertainment^ &fffj^*B$Bto&. rised to receive fees from visit
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