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English Gentleman (Newspaper) - February 14, 1846, London, Middlesex THE The idea which England reveres and cherishes is that of the English FEBRUARY 1846 PRICE CONTRACT FOR WELSH COALS FOR Department of the Storekeeper General of the Somerset 9th February ConuniflaiQiaers for eiectoting the Office of JL Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and do hereby give that on the 27th at One they will be ready to treat withjsuch Persona as may be willing to Contract for supplying find delivering into at her Majestys Naval Yard at 800 TONS OF WELSH COALS Fit for the Service of her Majestys Steam The Coals to The Conditions of the Contract and aForm of the Tender may be seen at the said No Tender Will be received after One oclock on the day of nor any noticed unless the party at or an agent f6ihim duly authorised in Every Tender most he addressed to ihe Secretary of the Admi and bear in the lefthand corner the words Tender for and mustotto be delivered at Somerset accompanied by a letter signed by a responsible engaging to become bound with the person tendering in the sum of for the due performance of the pOMMilRCIAL AND LltfE AS FAMILY AND LOAN 112 and is hereby that the Halfyearly Di vidend on the Stock oxthls due December per cent per will be pay able at the offices on this and following betweenthe hours Ten and Four oclock Thursdays By order of the Resident 112 and m AND GENERAL LIFE FAMILY and XOANc At the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ofthepjoprietors of the1 Life held at the Com as above on February it was That the Report now react be adopted by this TKata Dividendof cent uponthe paid np capital for Tnat and ff n fFriMii TTnrW Tin jpiiRff JCouM DO jnjrdBuicCl JOUIBCCvTB That I That the be empowered to take such steps as they advisable ftrjincreasinjr the woridng capital of the were voted meeting broke i if j Resident NCE COM The lowest rates consistent with secuTUy to the An increasing of premiums peculiarly adapted to where assufaiioes effected for ihe purpose of securing Loans HaUrcreoit rates of whereby credit half the amount of premium for seven to be then jpaid or a charge Upon the at the option iof the EXTRACTS FROM THE Annual Premiums required for an Assurance of for the f i 35 86 40 60 K first 1 1 1 dV 0 0 19 6 9 18 10 Whole Premium after five 20 0 2 4 4 10 2 0 ff 6 8 19 4 16 fi 5 8 PHOPBEBTAKY 80t 451 65 Half Premium first seven V 0 19 1 T4 1 9 1 14 22 2 12 0 7 10 after seven 1 16 119 38 2 9 2 18 8 9 5 56 i JJ 8 0 6 v fr GLAND and EstabUahedl BWbf I p IB W in Crayenrstreet on ti cases ofSeventeen Peti of which Thirteenwere tike 7th SIXTEEN of and Twentysix Chfl Wales tba every charge connected BlEimAOTIOlis BECCTVXD SIMdZ THE LAST Bouverie Cocks r t Three per Cent per ditto 15 0 0 6 0 0 by Benjamhi Bond Cal Temple also by the 0 0 a a CravenHrtreet where seenby those who ajremcUned to support the the SodeJymeeton the first Wediesday in v JOSEPH VALUABLE PRESENT FOR COUNTRY Just Price Dedicated by permission to the Right Honourable the Earl of VteePresident oT the Horticultural Society of HE ANNALS and Year Book of information on Practical Elegantly bound In richly containing 680 pages of 188 and a beautifully coloured Fron being the first volume of THE HORTICULTURAL HOULSTON AMD Paternoster and all Book WIND NOBODY Halfacrown a The pros is of Money in compelled long thfade it does under si ifanllar jj ri THE OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE Is published THIS and among other The CORN LAWS and the IN This day ia price RAILWAYS IN containing several reprinted from the Railway illustrated by being the Second Edition of the which attracted go much attention amongst the Capi talists in Great Britain and in MADDEN AMD Leadenhallstreet THEOLOGICAL STEWART respectfully solicits attention to his extensive consisting of the Holy Scriptures in the originals and various Biblical Clitics and Jewish and Talmudical The Fathers and Mediaeval Liturgies and Liturgical Writings of the AsceticaL Casuitical and Polemical Ecclesiastical and Monastic History and Canon ancient and and in various A Catalogue is just in price in cloth cori aining upwards of articlesV of which a small number of complete only the FIEST issued being exhausted the just price allowed to which can be by jrepaldvfbr an additional charge of T An Appendix of recent purchases is in and collections bought or William West This day was price tDEPRATI CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE SKlN their various Causes and l in ajl parts of the price in postage stamps to De Morttmerrstreet Cavendishsquare where may be bad also hfa Essays on CULVERWELLS GUIDE TO HEALTH AND LONG r Addressed chiefly to Young New by Post TO AND trained k mental and other bin excttement economy early and salutary and good late to the animal of careful fresh RD AM and the carrymg her mental government whereby the most shattered constitution may be restored and life preserved to the latest period allotted to i J Paternosterrow Pleetstateet Han OxfordBtreet tS9 Cornhfll and 21 N D O N MANURE SEWAGE Provisionally iri Shares of Deposit This Company has presented to Parliament a Petition for its Bill of TheUability of Shareholders is Umitedto the amount of their Application for and for the Engineers Report may be made to 4 124i BlsopgflateHrtreet ESTUIATKS from the Report of Thomas of the proposed Leaving and other expenses The total annual expenses of carrying on the works Reserved fund for renewal of per cent on 15 per of compressed and i Deacon and Cos Birchin Thomas Engineer to the East the Grand Kent Water Works in London and to the Hull and Wolverhampton Water Worlut ASXJUITlWrS AND8UBVJiIOK8 John Aldersgato Street and Guildford Street Arthur Lecturer on Chemls toy at Guys and President of the London Chemical Mr Assistant ChemiBt i Wood and Falcon Andrew Bishopgate Street By eomplation of undertaking the foUoiHng Objects will be The Thames preserved from all refuse A lower level wJU heobtained for draining the lowest l The advantage of additional fell will be given for all sewers hereafter to i The London Sewage Manure Companys on each side ol capaciousenough to remove more than double the present Sewage the Metropolis and Us To the Farmer will be secured a fresh and constant supply of Manure worth And per cent from that which at present is thrownaway as I C ututations of the JLl celebrated WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE being ofiered for it rMommended to bvorder to I A A 8 secure the toAsk for LEA 1TERSHIRE wid observe on the outside wen as on cofefery From exquisitely piquant and th are seubig spurtous hnnations its abbreviated this cutton has and Vere also by an4 i ABGrS LIFE Empowered by Special Act 5f Parliament 5 and 6 THOMAS WILLIAM Deputy John Alder Thomas Jeremiah Lewis lichatd William Id ward rhomas Tames Rupert Old CONSUMING of Kings tOW BATES OF In addition to the Subscribed Capital of the Assured lave of Companys Income of nearly per An rum yearly and having an accumulating Assurance und invested In Government and other of considerably larger amount than the catenated liabilities of the TheRates of Premium are reduced to the lowest scale compatible the Assured and the stability of the holder an Immediate and m giving to every policy 1 certain without in lieu of the deferred and frequently delusive prospect of a periodical division of Annual Premium to Assure jFor One For Seven 20 0 17 8 118 1 14 1 3 2 4 0 19 1 2 0 8 9 1 19 10 8 17 Whole 1 11 10 207 2 14 10 4 0 11 10 Onethird of the while term premium may remain unpaid at percent compound interest as a debt upon the poUcy for or for as security or as ft provision for a family wpen the least present outlay is desirable heTfltfied and cftrnprehenslve tables ofithe Argus Office will be to the Medical Officers stead Daily at a Quarter before Two t A liberal Commission to Solicitors and STEAM General Steam I Companys poiVerftil and firstrate Steam Ships are ap or Tower London i every Wednesday JOHN BULL CoiWm tie of Steanacfc the BS for London every Tuesday and Friday LeavingRotterdam for London every Wednesday and Satur to tide and the from Brunswick at 10 Leaving Antwerp every at 10 and the Wednes day and from London Bridge The new Phillips and SIR EDWARD Feti 14 and at 8 at 7 at9 2 atai Leaving Ostendfor London every Tuesday and from StKatherines The WILBER Phfllips JAMES Feto and at 8 Leavmg Havre for and according to LONDON and via direct Lon don Bridge Thursday and Satnrday The CITY OF Major at 10 at4 at7 26 at Leaving for every Saturdayand Monday night PARIS via From London Bridge Wharf at 9morn at 4 22 Grant Fe Leaving Calais for every Wednesday f PARIS via BRIGHTON and The Capt from Kingston every Saturday at afternoon at half past evening at after Reduced from adjoin ing the West India Saturday andalternate eveniny M newsWps W Leavmg Edinburgh for London the same at afternoon Passengers for Edinburgh are rtquestedto direct thenconvey anoes towards the West India Docfci London Bridge every Tuesday and Fri 8morning the WATER on and the LeavrogHull for every Tuesday and at 11 From Caimans Irongate near the every at The CITY OF HAM tho LONDON nacki Leaving Newcastle for London every according to Reduced From London the RAMON Mortleman every WetoesdayeM Satorday Saloon Se Yarmouth for London every Thursday and orfreight and the contain hours of to the Lombardstreet Kegentcfawus L Small parcels and packages are received at the and to of the above TTpRY HAHpIJBD TABLE table with high per if w per dozen exUa pMr table per dozen MU per mir black horn table per Table knives handles of the substitute for nwae only b arid wbioh eannot be diitinguuhed from sterling ex the per doten V AU RIPPON and and and Burtons stock of gftreral fnmiiliinf ironmongtrr the in the They eanuot em s language ooavej ra wieduato impressipn o ttay invite pnrobasera to call and and Oxfordftract comer of r QTEAM to and J vjS Monthly Mail Steam Conveyance for assengcrs and Light and favlaatlon Company book passengers and receive goods and pircelsfor the above ports by their starting fronV South mpton the and from Suez on or about the 10th every rates of passage plans of the and to eciUe apply at the Companys riADETS and ASSISTANT GRINDLAY and have the most com plete and detailed scales of EQUIPMENT CADETS and ASSISTANT cotnbiniiiKefficiencywitliihoutmost and showing at one view the total expense of an equip ment for Plans and prices of accommodation of all the most desirable ships to India may beobtained bit lication at their and St to 1AI of Inventions and Registrations of printed INSTRUCTIONS anaeveryjn either by Letters Patent or the Designs may be had S applying or by to Alexander at the Where riiay be through any bookseller in the UnitedKingdbiniof Benning tfaf Law of Patents and with all Forms and up to the present by Sidney andAlex ander of the Office for T whose longestablished J he be a sufficient guaranteV for his he part of shall beof his very best quality and at possible prices money Being desirous of increasing induced to offer a discount of 20 per ill rednceifhe iredlt charge in a suit of to price the with an fitand superior workinanshlpiniay truly be for money Covent OF being apprized of nuineroiis endeavcniiv i to impose a spurious fir their mfckft request in BHrctHuinfwhat to be ttat the Name and Addresscorrespond with the general appearance of the ipurionf description will deceive tne sid for their detection and Son submit the following caution Some are In appearance at first sight nwny more wttwnat such olsunKnished every sentiment of reipect to wards the and earnestlysondt mniect previbut topurchasing what they conceive to be of their whlcdi they hope prevent as a moat useful andconvenierit iauce ij34 WATBHi Letters received Ma have tried the Carrara Water in cases of Indigestion in fromits I inferredft would be The satisfectoiy results observed mthecases m which it has been givien opi nion I have hazarded as There are three forms of Indigestion in which the Patent Carrara Water itas been L In the form of Thirst Fbul more or less Irregularity of the If dpjnk in small frequently ithasgafibrded relief to the pain in and other nn other antacid not excepting the effervescing flnia V4 Tl In a form of indigestion known cy the eat sanguineous indented laterally by the teetivaodi coated tion of with accumula dry and parched distressmg Uarstvrfth such cases It has quickly relieved these q In thow f tb gested state of the mucous membrane of thM and convivial habits intoxication and other the thhrst clammy foul suite of the tqngaaand have been quicklyand effectually relievedby CAXXAKA WATZB than by soda The large amount or add dissolved m this water hnparts that amount of sttmnhia Wttie mucous membrane which restores Men tions and from a like it is inflniteiy more palatable and even when exposed to the air for some does not become nauseous after the manner of soda I your obedient TITIf t W Jf A Physician to the Westminster and Lecturer oh i ria Botany and at the School of Wholesale Agent Jmw at the Upper Thames Street Containing full by which purchasers are enabled suited to make a good set of Bedduigit cation to thejr Establishment forthe Manufacture and sale of Furniture anol i Bedding opposite toe T5ERPEGT FBEEDOM fro JL TEN MINUTBS UJINSU LOCOCK8 PULMONIC Cure fSmfmnniMfot Ain Tff muohiplStsorein addiiig tttfte COUGHS in of a youth now ftomthensc a Iff ffflflfful Having afifectionfofthe and the result left Yon ara at The t of the Bream TO SINGEHSanS as in a few
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