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   London Daily News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1849, London, Middlesex                                 No. 864.]  london, saturday, march 3, 1849.  [FIYEPENCE.  THE  paily news  will continue to be published  Ii or calcutta Direct (under engagement with  ' the Hon. East India Company, and will have IraraodUito despatch), the remarkably fast-Bailing frisate-buUt ship. Pi. US I A, A 1 Sir 12 years, 800 tons burthen, JAMKS EWING, commander, loading in the St. Katherine Docks. Has Buperior poop accommodation for  in 1tb  The belle sauvage es iate, ludgate-  HILL.-The WOESHIPFUL COMPANY of CUTpRS are now wepared to receive TENDERS for LE^ES of this topo?ta^t ESTATE, which occupies an area of n^rly 30 000 sQ^e tot ^ "-BS, on one side, the open space fonncrly toe site of the Fleet It comprises the extensive and very desirable premi^ within  present enlarged form.  JANUARY 1. When t^® ^^^^ ^^ started, the tories TBressed their opinions through the Herald and the Post ; the liberals were supported by the tonina Chronicle and the Times, in the year 1849, Swever%e have the " four GoUahs," as a weekly contemporary describes them, swinging about their dubfl for the crushing and annihilation of every liberal sentiment, whilst there stands but the Daily Newt ia the opposite ranks, " with its one small sling." Toryism is as rampant, as reactionary, 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 revolution. Such preaching then, seconded by the efforts of the aristocracy, swamped all that was liberal in 4e country for a full quarter of a century, saddling it during the same time with some five hundred millions of debt. There is every urgency now, therefore, for a strenuous stand, 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 liberals, such as are resolved to undertake this resistance, have need of a popnlw ^d independent organ, to represent, develop, and defend  their views. . , , , - xv  The Daily News has, indeed, ever essayed to act this Mrt It has stood forth for all the broad nrincipies of ^"and religious liberty, not merely within the can-rentíonal Umits which it has suited aristocratic parties to mark out, bat in accordance yñih the rights and the wants the grievances and the claims, of all the mtel-fieent'and mdustrious, who suffer from inequality or are debarred by privüege. Never have we ceased to Bfcmeele for peace and non-intervention abroad, process and economy at home. Bound to no party in Soesession of the government or m expectancy of it, irehave fearlessly and actively denounced abuses and demanded reforms, uninfluenced by private ranwur, and animated solely by desires for the public good.  We have come, however, to perceive that for the combating of these principles, spoken as they are through so many mouths, and for tlje upholding of the great cause of liberalism, of economy, and of reform, at home and abroad, an instrument was needed, possessed of all the means and appliances, the scope Md space of its many-headed foe. This convictisa, iadeed, not only springs from our own experience, but from the representations of liberals from all parts, and of all classes, who demand an organ as imposing in external aspect, and as capacious for the means of argument and the supply of intelligence as rival sheets. 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 reports, ample abettal, documentary and detailed intelligence. To meet these views, as well as the necessity of reporting, repre-Benting, and defending liberal opinion, and giving the speeches, manifestations, arguments, and efforts of the great popular and liberal party, of which, wi A the exception of the Morning Advertiser, we remain the sole daily organ—we perceive that for all this the circumscribed space of our usual number of columns ne longer suffices. However we may preserve the opinion that too much spacc and development are given to parliamentary reports, to documentary and other forms of information, 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 monopolise.  The proprietors of the Daily News, therefore, at the urgent request of the fnends of retrenchment and reform, have determined that, preparatory to the ses-Bioa of 1849, it shall assume the large and double size of the other morning papers, for the sake of giving the fullest report of debates in parliament, of p^ ceedings in the law courts, and in the various popular assemblies throughout the country. The commercial and foreign intelligence will, at the same time, receive fuller development, as well as every other laanch of discussion, criticism, or intelligence that fallu within the purpose of a newspaper to embrace. To do all these, the experiment which we have already made has gatisfactorily convinced us that it is requisite to raise the price of the paper to fivepence— that standard which the public seems not unwilling to pay for a full and double sheet. We take this step, we again repeat, at the requisition of the large and liberal party, which considers such a size indispensable to the requirements of a great popular newspaper.  The Daily News needs not to make a formal profession of its principles. To render the House of Commons in fact, as in theory, the representatives of tiie people and property of this empire; to root out the abuses in church and state ; to expose fearlessly the faults or failings of the government, and compel the executive, albeit exclusively constituted of aris^ cratic elements, to conduct the affairs of state with that prudent regard to economy which marks the character of a commercial and industrious community —theie have been, and will be, the principles of the Daily News. For the success of our renewed efforts we have no other reliance than upon the patronage of the great body of the people. If too little attention have been hitherto paid to the support of their organs of the press by the unprivileged classes, we have reason to believe that a wiser course wiU in future be adopted by the really independent party in this country. 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 exclusivcness, extravagance, and corruption in the governing few, is to furnish arms and ammunition to the enemies and oppressors of the people.  There Is also a large ranze of stabling, uu u» ^.le yard, and approached by the second most conveniently situat-jd, and are admimbly  „ _ „ -----------------, „ I .u. ^ ___________________warehouses, club houses, cmd for almost  qllson, commander, ijing in the London Dock. This ship has a f^l any establishment requiring extensive acwmmodaUon. T^^^  ver^ superior aicommodation for cabin and steerage property will expire at Michadmas. 1849 but it ^^  Mg se'^en l^et height between decks. «per en^l consent of tJ.etenanU,^^^^^^^^^^  ^iKor'TerSTslnreTghr;;; ^t^e^i^  TON. 3, Corbet-court, Gracechurch-street; orto J. H. AUNOLD. 3, in„.flelds; and of Mr. W'^'lTr^, architect, U ^  Clem¿nt•s■lane, Lombard-streel, __ A:>ortle. Tenders may be submit.ed for the whole otw  -------^^„„.^ . T T . iT^ property, and for any tenn of years, and they are to te sent, seaiea, w  Regular packets for AUSTRALIA, calling theHaUInCloak-lano,onorbeforeWedn^^y^th^9^M^^^184^^^^^  at Plymouth to embark P^eneers. vt a tiptm —_—--^-■' -  For POET ADELAIDE and PORT I'HI^LIP, the ELIZABOTrf. I _ -------------  550 tons burthen, JOHN CARLYLE, commander, to saU March 10,  lylns in the St. Katharine Docks. .i,„rrT? i vivrriRV  Kot PORT ADELAIDE and PORT PHILLp, the TR AyA:S CORt BM tons, MALCOLM McINTYRE, commander, to saU April l,lymg  '"i'ht^'fin^'e'sS^rvK-ratc accommodations .^steerage pilssengers. ha_ving upwards of T feet he,^_t in «je tween | «m ber^d^to^r«  MONOERY, under a Contract for 12 months co^in. and afterwards  CON'mACT for BLaCK IRONMONGERY.  Department of the Storekeeper General of the Navy, - lersetrplace. Feb. 26, im  ! tho office of Lord High Admiral M ^ and Ireland do HEREBY GIVE  The commissioners for exi the United Kingdom of Gr  six'montiis' warning. Patterns of tte articles luiiy ocsceuut xici Majesty's Dock Yard at Deptford. and Ae concU-tions of the contract, a schedule of the articto, Md a form of the tender  acred Harmonic society, Exeter-hall.  , . „ „ COKDCCTOR—Mr. COSTA.  - ext FRIDAY WEEK. March 18, will be again repeated Handel« Oratorio. ISRAEL Ilf EQY PT. Principal vocal performers : Miss Birch, .Miss L. Pyne, Miss Dolby ; Mr. Lockey, Mr. Machin, and Mr. H. Phillips. 'ITie orchestra will consist of nearly 700 iwrformers—Tickets, 3a. ; reserved seata (in the area or gallery), is.; extra area reserved seate, lOs. 6d. each, may bo had of the principal music sellers ; at the Society'« sole office. No. 6, Exeter-hall ; or of Mr. Bowley, ¡>3, Charing-cross.—To commence at 8 precisely. THOMAS BREWER. Hon. Sec.  tixeter h all.—wednesday concerts.  JLÂ The SIXTEENTH of the LONDON WEDNESDAY CONCERTS will be held on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, March 7. Vocal performers : Mdlle. Nlsson, JlissesLucombe, A. and M. Williams.  ivtebsrs. brooks and green, estate agents,  ItX auctioneers, architects, and surveyors, 28, Old :^nd-6treet, beg most respectfuUy to inform the nobility and gentry, that they are about to publi^ their NEW REGISTERS of ESTATES, Residences, Manors, Farms, &c., to ha LET or SOLD; and they take the opportimity of requesting parties who may wish to find purchasers or tenants for this de-fcription of property, to favour thera with particulars on or before tne 20th of March next. They beg to observe, that these registers are published and circuLited throughout the klncdom at their own expense, and they most particulariy call the attention of proprietors, trustees, solicitors. mortgagees, and others wishing to sell, to the fact of their having .It this moment applications from various parties wishing to invest considerable sums in landed property.  4, Exeter-hall, and of all Üuslc-iiélleni.  Residence and sforting.—wanted to  RENT, in Hants, Bucks, or WUts, an Unfurnished RESIDENCE, with from 20 to 60 acres of grass, and the right of shooting and trout fishing.—Address particularB to G. 13, Messrs. BROOKS and GllEEN'S, 28, Old Bond-street.  Eenglish homceopathic association.  i HOMCEOPATHY.  Dr. EPPS wiU deliver the SECOND ot the Conrse of SIX LECTURES on the above science, at Kxcter-hall, on THURSDAY next, March 8, at 8 p.m. Ticket to the Course, Three Shillings; Single Lecture, One Shilling. Tickets can bo obtained of Mr. James Epps. homoeopathic chemist, 112, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury: of Mr. Varty, bookseller, York-housB, 31, Strand ; and at Exeter-Hall, on the nights of lecture, of Mr. Sumam, 9. Exeter-hall.  Shool'ing.—wanted to rent, for the ensuing season, a good MANOR, within 60 or SO miles of town, with a cottage or moderate-sized house, or in a neighbourhood where accommodation may be had.—Address particulars to M. 10, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S, 28, Old Bond-street.  »ents, irom me pori ui ^uuuou. ■. addressed to the Secretary of the Admiralty, ana Dear in ine leiwiauu  will carry an e.-tperienced surgeon.-Apply at N ew/.eal^a Ho^, or aa^^^ i ironmoniery," and must also be  to Mr. Joseph Stayner, brok^r.^UO, ^encWch-sUeet^-B^j wder | «XTrid ar Somers^tpl^ accompanied by aletter signed by two re-  sponsible person», engaging to become bound trith the ^rsra tendering.  court, Til0.NfAS CUDBERT HARINQTON.  New Zealand House, 9, Broad-strcet-buUdings, London, March 1.  CJTEAM to INDIA and CHINA, via Egypt.—  Reitular Monthly Mail Steam Conveyance fOT PASSENGERS ^ LIMT GOODS to Ceylon. Madras Calcutta, Pemng, SIngaMre, Md Hong Kong.-The Penfaralar and Oriental Steam Navigation Company book passengers and receive goods and ^rcels for the a^ve po^ bythelr steamers, starting from Southampton on the 20th of every wmth, and irom Suex on or »bout tte 10th of tho month. ,  BOMBAY.—Passeniera for B«n1iay can proceed by thl» Ompa^ii iteamers of the 29th of the month to Malta, thence to Alexandria by her Maiesty'ssteamers.and from Sueiby the Hon. E. I. Company'ssteamera.  MEDITERRANEAN.-Malta: On the 20th and 29th ef every month. Constanthiople: On the 29th of the month. Alexandria: On the 20th of  '^'sPAIN'and PORTUGAL.—Vigo, Oporto, Lisbon, Cadii, and Gifc- ! raltar on the 7th, 17th, and 27th of the mouth.  For plans of the vessels, rates of passage money, and to secure p^ sages and ship cargo, agply at the Company's offices, 122, LeadenhaU-itreet, London, and 57, High-street, Southampton.  in the sum of £2000 for the due performance of the contract.  qtepney union. — contract for sup-  ¡^ PLIES.—The Guardians of the Poor will meet at the RATCLIFF WOHKHOUSE^on THURSDAY EVENING, the 15th-March^Mt. to r^ire TENDERS for SUPPLYING the POOR of the said UNI5n for from the 17lh of March, with PROVISIONS and Articles,  to be furnished by the following tradesmen—viz.  Minerva hall, 7, Hay market.—Unprecedented Success of the Splendid Grouping of tho Temptation, in Three Tableaux, received on each represintation with the most enthusiastic applause by crowded and delighted audiences. It will be repeated with increased effect THIS MORNING, at 3, and evening at 8. This splendid production. Introducing tho great novelty of a living seriMsnt 15 feet in length, is pronounced to be the chef d'oeuvre of Tableaux Vivans. Madame Duval will appear as Euphrosyne, Venus, the Lute-player, ftc. On Monday next Mdlle. Louise will make her first appearance since her return from the Continent.—Open daily from 3 till 5, and 8 tm 11 o'clock. Pit, Is.; Reserved Seate, 23.; Stalls, 33.  riountry residence and shooting.—  ^ WANTED to RENT, a well fumlshed HOUSE, cont.-»ining four sitting and nine family bedrooms, with an exteniive and well-stocked manor.—Address parUculars to D. 14, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S, 28, Old Bond-stroet.  riountry residence.—w anted to rent,  ' ^ in Surrey, furnished or unfurni.^hed,a FAMILY' RESIDENCE, containine 4 sitting and 12 or 14 bedrooms, with stabling for 8 or 10 horses, and from 30 to 50 acres of gra!« land. The neighbourhood of Guildford or Godalming would be preferred —Address particulars to K. 7, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S 28. Old Bond-street.  Baker. Butcher, Chee.«emonger, Estimated Consumption for the  Potato Stlwnsn. Mealman, Grocer.  Quarter.—Bread, 1,750 cwt. ; butter,  35 cwt. ; tea, 7 chests': oatmeal, 47 cwt. ; flour, 26 sacks ; cheese, 47 cwt sugar, 26 cwt. ; Scoteh barley, 14 cwt ; meat, 2,650 stone of 141b8. : potatoes, 340 cwt. ; split peas, 30 bushel». Tenders for meat, bread, «r flour may be confined to the supply of either of these articlca for any one or more of the union workhouses, to be specified in the tender.  For Twelve Months.—MUkman, Brewer, Soapmaier, Oilman, Brush-maker and Turner. Cooper, Earthenwareman, Tinman, Cutler, Tallow-Chandler, Coffin Maker, Timber Merchant, Printer and Stationer.  ^ity of london hospital for diseases  Vy of the CHEST.—OUT-PATIENTS' BRANCH. No. 6. Liver-p^-street, Finsbury.-The FIRST ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL, n aid of the Funds, to celebwte the Foundation of the Institution, will take place at the LONDON TAVEEN, Bishopsgate-rtreet, onSATUR-DA.X, March 10,1849.  The Right Hon. the Earl of CAELI8LB in the Chair, wh* will he supported by a hace and influential number of stewards. Dinner on table at half-pait 5 o'clock precisely. , , ^ „  Tickets may he obtained at the London Tavern; and of the Secretary, attheHospltal,6.Llverpool-st^t.|imb^.^^ STONE, Hon. Sec.  WILLIAM S. BROWN, Sec.  Rtvwtj -nTTXr -NrAVirJATinV_Wp the under- Printed forms of tender (which alone can'be received) may be obtained  iViJiR UUJN INAVlUAiiUIN.— we, me uni^r U3 ^bove, after Thursday next; they must be sealed, the name of the signed, being Five of the Committee ef the Com^ny of Pro; several trades tendered for ^vritten on the cover, bo ddivered as ^orpjud  do HEllEBY GIVE or Assembly of  ^rietore^f^e ^g'^p^j^ "Q^N^eral M BETIN  the'coma^'of ^oprie^rs'^of^the NAVIGATION of the RIVER I ^writlnR.'Md rwhenever^thrguardiima to it advisable) to find DUN, will be held at the Cutlers'-hall, in Sheffield. In the co^ty of oneormorerei ----------------------  Y'ork on JIONDAY the 19th day of March next, at 12 o'clock at noon, when the draft of " A BiU to transfer the Sheffield Canal to the Company of Proprietoisof the Navigation of the River Dun :" as also the draU of " A Bill to vest thi Stainforth and Keadby Canal in the Company of Proprietors of tho Navigation of the River Dun," will respM lively be submitted to the Proprietors then present for their approba-Uon-Datedthls 22nd day of February. ^  H. M. GREAVES. B. B. PEGGE BURNELL. JAMES WILSON. ALBERT SMITH.  At a meeting of the general shipowners'  SOCIETY held this day at the London Tavern, supported by a numerous and influential body of shipowners and others, anxious to avert the repeal of the navipition laws, tho following resolutions were  moved, seconded, and unanimously adopted:  First,moved by G. R. RoDiisoN, M.P.. Chairman of Lloyd s,seranded by Sir John Hbnrt Psilt, Bart., Deputy-master of toe Tnmty House, —" That the report now read be received and adopted."  Second, moved by John D. Powles. Esq., seconded by Alderman Sidney, M.P..—" That this meeting entirely concurs in the sentiments contained in the report; regards the measure now before parhament for the virtual repeal of the navigation laws as fraught with consequences destructive to the shipping interest, and dangerous both to the welfare and safety of the country, and calls on shipowners cordially to unite in the most strenuous efforts to induce the legislature to reject the bill.  Third, moved by Robert Aleiandek Gray. Esq.. seconded by Charles Graha.m, Esq.-" That this meettag dMires to record ib grateful estimation ot the services rendered by the committee to the  shipping interest under the continued difficulties with which it has had to contend during the pa.st year, and earnestly recommends the shipowners througaout tho United Kingdom te extend a general and efficient support to the society, as the be.st means of protectog the interests of maritime commerce and their own in connexion therewith  Fourth, moved by Georob F.Young. Esq, seconded by WM. TiN-dvll, Esq.—"That the cordial thanks of this meeting bo offered to Duncan Dunbar, Esq. for his able, zealous, and indefatigable exertions in the discharge of his important duties as chairman of the committee since the last meeting, and for his judicious conduct in the chair this day. By order of the committee, 80, ComhiU, March 2,1849._WM. BONAR, Secretary.  ast anglian railways company.—  At the Fourth Ordinary Meeting of the proprietors, held at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate-street, London, on Wednesday, 1 eb.  before 6 o'clock on the evening above name<l, and will be opened at the said meeting. The contractors will be required to enter into contracts.  Qd (whenever the guardians shall deem it advisable to find responsible sureties (whose names must be stat^ in the tender) to execute bonds to secure the due performmre ther^r  W. B. BATHURBT, March 2,1849. Clerk to the Board of Guardians.  CTEPNEY UNION.—CLOTHING CONTRACTS.  The Guardians of the Poor of this Union will meet at the RATCLIFF WORKHOUSE, on THURSDAY the 15th day of March next, to receive TENDERS for SUPPLYING the POOR of the said UNION for twelve months, wiih articles to he furnished by the following tradesmen, viz.:—Hosier, Woollen-draper, Linen-draiier, Haberdasher, Straw Bonnetmaker, Hatter. Slopseller, Leatherseller, and Shoemaker.—Printed forms of tender (which alone can be received) may be obtained as above, after Thursday ne.tt: they must be sealed ; the name of the several trades tendered for written on the cover, be delivered as aforesaid before 6 o'clock on the evening above-named, and will be opened at the said meeting. The contractors will be required to enter into contracts in writing, and (whenever the guardians shall deem it advisable) to find one or more responsible sureties (whose names must be stated in the tender) to execute bonds to secure the due performance thereof. W. B. BATHURST, Clerk.  March 2,1849.  Royal literary fund.—the annual  GENERAL MEETING of the Members of tho Royal Corporation of the Literary Fund, for the ELECTION of OFFICERS, &c., for the ensuing year, will bo held In the Chambers of the Corporation, No. 73. Great Russell-street, on WEDNESDAY, March 14, at - o'clock precisely. ^^^^^^ NICHOLS)  JOHN BRITTON ^Regiatrars,  March 2,1849. T. CROFTON CROKER. ) '  a bolition of church rates.—Mr. tre-  J\. LAWNY, M.P.I for Tavistock, having riven notice of motion in the House of Commons for Tuesday, the 13th isst., for the abolition of church rates, the friends of civil and religious liberty throughout the country are urgently requested Immediately to communicate with their Parliamentary representatives, and request their attending and voting for M r. Trelawny's motion.-Communications may bo addressed to the Committee of the Protestant Dissenting Deputies, at the King's Head Tavern, Poultry, London.—March 2,1849. _  1849  HENRY BRUCE, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Directors, in the chair.  The following resolutions were adopted:— ^ ^ . .. . , , That the common seal of the Company be affixed to the register of shareholders now produced. That the report now read, with the statement of accounts appended to  it, be received and circulated amongst the proprietors. ^^ _ .  That the Directors be, and they are hereby, 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 rates.  A series of resolutions was then passed:—  For converting the Company's borrowed money into capital, Ma tor that purpose increasing the general share capital to the extent of £294 800,^ch capital to be divided Into 37.552 shares of £7 17s. each.  St. luke, chelsea.—contracts for supPLYING the POOR.-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the guardians of the poor of the above parish will, at their meeting to be held on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of March next, at the Board-room, Chelsea Workhouse, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, receive PROPOSALS for SUPPLYING the POOR at the WORKHOUSE, Chelsea, from the 24th day of March next, to the 22nd day of September next, both days inclusive, with the following articles, viz.:—Good Ox Beef and good Wether Mutton, the best Household Bread and Hour, good Salt Butter, good Derby or Gloucester Cheese, Grocery, unadulterated Milk, the best Champion or other good Potatoe?, the best Scotch Oatmeal, the best Split Peas, Articles suppUed by Oilmen, and good Table Ale at per barrel of 36 gallons (free from grounds), the best Store and Mould Candles, Linen, Woollen Drapery, Hosiery and Haberdashery, Hats. Leather and Grindery, Stationery, Inch Elm Coffins, and 200 Tons of Coals. 30 tons to be supplied Immediately, and the remainder before the 30th day of July next, within one month after the receipt of the orders of the board for the purpose. The articles required are to be delivered free of any expense attending the delivery of the same. The contractors will be required to enter into vmtten contracts and bonds, with two sureties for tho due performance thereof. 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 otheirwise remain in force. All tenders must be signed and sealed, and none will be received unless given according to forms which may be obtained at the Clerk's Office, Chelsea Workhouse, Arthur-street, alter Wednesday next, and every tender must be m far as possible accompanied with specimens or samples of the provisions proposed to be tupplied. Parties making proposals are expected (personally) to attend tho meeting of the board, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. As far as circumstances will admit, all bills will be examined and paid within a month after the quarter. It is competent for any person to tender for any of the articles separately, and those persons whose tenders are accepted, will be required to name their sureties at the same time.  T. M. LOVELAND, Clerk to the Board ot Guardians.  Chelsea, Feb. 28, 1849.___  PARISH of LAMBETH.—CONTRACTS for  PROVISIONS,.^—To Butchers, Flour FMtory. Cheraemon  Coal Merchants, Clothiers, GrocerSjHoslers and Haberdashers, Chester Warehousemen. Linen and Woollen Drapers, Leather Sellers, Com Chandlers, Milkmen, Candlemakers, Soapmakers. JJUraen,  dayther^lster^proprie^^^^  of scrip of wtoteverdenoi^tion who anneied (which alone wlU be received), as also the esthnated consump-  days after the date of the ^d meeting.Jn the proportion ol one new | aum-^i, ^^^ required, may be obtained on application at  this office, any day between the hours of 9 and 5. The potatoes to be  share for everj- two existing shares in the Company.  The following further resolutions were also adopted:—  That 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 expedient. , . , . . 1  That with respect to the suggestion in the report of the appointment of a committee ot inquiry, this meeting, having x^rfect confidence m the | Directors, deems any such committee unnecessary.  That the vacancies in the direction be not filled. . ,, ^ . ,  That Mr. Klttrick be an auditor in the room of Mr. Tinker, who |  That the best thanks of this meeting be given te tho Chairman and the other Directors for the ability and tategrity with which they have conducted the Company's affairs, ■  HENRY BRUCE, Chauman. T. P. BOND, Secretary.  Company's Offices, Lynn, March 1,1849.  tendered for at a price for three and six months respectively. Traders must be delivered oy 10 o'clock on the morning of the 16th March Inst.-By order, WILLIAM T. LOGAN,  Clerk to the Board of Guardians. Clerk's-office, Lambeth Workhouse, March 1,1849^_  r^hester and holyhead railway.—  Vy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the HALF-Y'EARLY GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders in this Company will be held at the office, 61. Moorgate-street, in the city of London, on FRID.'VY,the 16th day of Mardi now next ensuing, at 1 o'clock m the afternoon.  This 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 acts, and of a bill which has been introduced into parliament for the purpose. , „ ,  To authorise the Directors to exercise the powers of the Company of borrowing money on mortgage, and to confirm the purchase of the Mold Railway. The chair will be taken at 1 o'clock precisely.  ANDREW G. GIFFORD. Secretarv.  N.B.—The transfer books of the Company will be closed from Friday, the 9th of March, until after tJie meeting.—Offices, 61, Moorgate-street, London, 1st March, 1849. _  CHESTER and HOLYHEAD RAILWAY.—  LOANS on DEBENTURES.—The Directors of this Company are prepared to RECEIVE (under the powers of their act of pnrliar ment) TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY on security of debenturca.  Tenders statins amount and term of years of proposed loans to be addressed to the Secretary, 61, Moorg^.te-street, l^indo^—By order,  ANDREW G. GIFFORD, Secretary. 61, Moorgate-street, Feb. 20,1849. _  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, by an indenture bearing date the 20th day of January, 1849, made between WILLIAM HARRIS ROBERTS, of the town of Swansea, In the county of Glamorgan, grocer, of the first part; Edward Bowles Fripp the younger, of the city of Bristol, soap manufacturer, and James Bailey, of the same citj-, wholesa'e grocer, trustees for themselves and tho rest of the creditors of tho said William Harris Roberts, parties thereto, of the second part; and the several other persons whose names and seals were thereunto subscribed and set, being respectively creditors ot the said William Harris Roberts, of the third part; the said William Harris Roberts did bargain, seU, ASSIGN, transfer, and set over untt the said Trustees, their executors administrators, and assigns all and singular his personal ESTATE and EFFECTS, whati^ ever and wheresoever, as therein mentioned, uiwn trmt for toe BENEFIT of themselves and all other the CREDITORS of the said William Harris Roberts, who should execute the same indenture; at^ that the lamo tadenture of assignment was duly executed oy the said WiUiani Harris Roberts, on thesaid 20th day of January last, in the presence of and att«eted by David David, solicitor, Swansea; and wa^uly execu^ by the said Edward Bowles Fripp the younger, on the 22nd day of J^ nuary last, and by the said James Bally on tho 23rd day of Januw last, in the presence of and attested by William Brittan, solicitor, Bristol; and that the same indenture of assignment now lies for signature, bv the creditors of the said WUliam Harris Robert«, at tho offices of M BRITTAN and SONS, soUcitors, Bristol. _  IN the MATTER of the Joint Stock Companies  Wlndinp-up Act, 1848, and of the PATENT ELASTIC PAVE; MENT and KAMPTULICON COMPANY.-WILLIAM HENRY TINNET, Esq , the Master of the High Court of Chan^chMg^ with the winding-up of this Company, has this ^y APPOINTWJ ALPHGNSli RENE LE MIRE NORMANDY, of Churchj'oad, De Beauvoir-square, Dalston, in the county of Middlesex, AnalytioU and ConsultinK Chemii^t, OFFICIAL MANAGER of ^ Coropany.--Dated this26lh day of February. 1849.-W. H. TINNEY.-FRY% LOXLEY, and FRY, 80, Cheapside, solicitors for the petitioner In tho above matter  TEETH.—42, Ludpate-hill, five doors from the  Belle Sauvage (the oldest established Dentists in the City).— Ingenious Method of Fixing Artificial and Natural Teeth, without wires, on the principle of atmospheric pressure, without exti^lng stumps; mastication and articulation guaranteed.—Messrs. PERKIN-SON, nirgesn-dentists, SUPPLY TEETH at the following charges: A single tooth, from Ss. : a set of teeth, £5. Decayed teeth restored Loose teeth fastened. Misfits remodelled. Consultations free. N.B. Observe the adilress particularly—42. Ludgate-hiU.___  Anew discovery.—Mr. howard,  Surgeon-Dentlsf, 62, Fleet^;treet, oegsto introduce^ entoly hew description of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, fixed without springs wir^, or ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural teeth as not to t>o mstinguished from tho original» by tho closest observer. They will never cn&nge colour or decay, and will bo found very superior to any teeth ever before used. This method does not require the extraction of roots, or fny painful operation, and will support and preserve teeth thatwe loose, and is guaranteed to restore articulation and mastication. That ■Mr. Howard Bjlmprovements maybe within the reach of the most econ(> mical, ho has fixed his charges at tha lowest scale possible. Deeayed teeth rendered sound and useful in mastication.—52, Fleet-street. At home from 10 till 5. __  IVTETCALFEand Co.'sNEW PATTERN TOOTH  J."X BKUSH and SMYRNA SPONGES.—Useful inquiry.—For proof of the extreme durabllitv, power of cleaning, and true econemy, Mk all who have used Metcalfe's brushes. The tooth brush performs the highly important office of searching thoroughly into the divialonB Md cleaning In the most extraordinary manner, hairs never lo«8e,ls. Pecuharly penetrating hair brushes, with durable unbleached Ru^ bristles, which will not soften Uke common hair. Improved clothes brash, that cleans harmlessly in one-third the time. Tho new velvet brush, and immense stock of genuine unbleached Smy^ sponge at MtTCALFK. BINGLEY,and Co.'s only establishment, 130 B, Oxford-j.'jeet, one door from HoUes-street. Caution—BewareSoI tho word irotQ" Metcalfe's, adopted by some heuses.  DECLARATION OF BONUS.  rilHE CORPORATION of the ROYAL EX  X CHANGE ASSURANCE GIVE NOTICE that, ineonformity •vith the system of Participation in Profits adopted in December, 1841, they have declared a BONUS on all Policies effected subsequently to that year for the whole term of life, which were subsisting on the 31st December, 1848, and on which three or more annual premiums had then  FoUo'winc Table showB the amount of Bonus on British Policies for the Sum of £1,000 each, which had been Seven Years in force on the 31st December, 1843^_  Age when Assured.  30 35 40 45  60 65 60 65  Annual Premium.  & s. 26 12 29 17 34 0 39 0 45 7 53 2 63 12 78 7  Amount of Premiums Paid.  £ 8. 186 7 209 2 238 0 273 0 317 12 371 17 445 7 548 12  Bonus by addition to'the Sum Assured.  £ 102 106 113 121 135 149 166 188  Bonus by reduction of Premium for the rest of Life,  Mr. COBDEN'S MOTION for ARBITRATION.  A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the Assembly-room, Manor-house, Hackney, on MONDAY EVENING, March 5, for the lurpose of adopting a Petition to Parliament in favour of Mr. Cobden's Slotion for Special Treaties of Arbitration to supersede the cruel and costly war system. ISAAC SB WELL, Esq., in the chair. Jlessrs. Elihu Burritt, G. W. Alexander, George Offor, Charles Reed, Rev. H. Richard, and other gentlemen are expected to address the meeting.— Doors open at 7. The chair to be taken at half-pait 7 precisely.—N.B, Seats reserved for ladies.  Mental derangement.—west mal-  LING ASYLUM, Kent, for the reception and cure of persons afflicted with Insanity and diseases of the brain. This establishment, which has been successfully conducted for nearly two centuries, is situate in a most delightful and healthy spot, and is accessible from all jmrts by railway and coach. The house is a fine mansion, and has been rccentlv fitted up with the greatest regard to the requirements of the patients. The medical treatment is under the superintendence of a resident married physician and a visiting aurgeon, who fully carry out tha humsme system »f non-restraint. The airing grounds are very extensive, and a variety of amusements, horse and carriage exercise, a library, &c., are provided for the patients, and every possible means are adopted to render them comfortable and bring about their recovery.—Further lar-ticulars, as to terms, &c. (which are very moderate) may be obtained either personally or by letter, directed to the proprietor of the asylum, West MaUing, Kent_  Cemetery, norwood, surrey (esta  bllshcd by 6 & 7 Will. IV.).—Part of the Ground and a Chapel have been consecrated for the use of Membsrs of the Established Church • and part, with a Chapel, appropriated for Dissenters.  The charge for a stogie interment................£1 0 0  Private grave in perpetuity....................... 3 3 0  Interment in public vault........................ 4 4 U  Private catacombs of all sizes. N» parochial fees payable. . , ^ n  Tables of fees to be obtatoed at the Cemetery; and at the Company office, 70, Ktog William-street, City.—By order of the directors.  GRIFi'ITH THOMAS, Clerk and Registrar.  SAAC JACOBSON, 322, 315a, and 12, Oxford-  ^ street, begs most respectfully to inform his friends and Uie public that he has NOT REMOVED from either of the above places of busmess, nor has he any connexion with a^ person or house assuming the name of Jaeobson. Established 1820.-Feb. 26,1849.  DENT'S IMPROVED WATCHES and CLOCKS  K. J. DENT, watch and clock maker by distinct appointment to the Quoon, H.K.H. Prince Albert, and H.I.M. the Emperor 6f Russia, most respectfully solicits from the public aa inspection of his extensive STOCK of 'WATCnES and CLOCKS, embracing tdl the late modem Improvements, at the most economical diargea. Ladies gold watches, with gold dials, jeweUed 1b four holes^, 8 giineaa. GenUe-mea'8, with enamelled dials, 10 guineas. Youth«' silver watches, 4 Fuineas. Warranted substantial and accurate gotag lever watehes, jewelled in four hole«, 6 gutoeas.—E. J. DENT, 82, Strand, 33, Cock-ipur-street, and 34, Royal Exchange (Cleck Tower Area)._  Hair bracelets, beautifully made, elastic,  and mounted in fine gold, at 73. 6d. each. Rtoga, ptas, brooches, crosses studs, chains, or any description of souvenir, are made by Mr, GEORGE DEWDNEY, artist to hair, 172, Fenchurch-street, London, opposite St. Benet's Church. Ladies residing at a distance, or in the country, should send for Dewdney's Book of Patterns, which ia seat free to any part of the kingdom, on tho receipt of two imsiiage stamps.  COUNTRY RESIDENCE.—WANTED to RENT,  U for six months, a HOUSE, containing about eight bedrooms, with pleasure grounds and jjardens. The neighbourhood ot Walthamstow, Walton or Epsora preferred, or any situation ofierlng easy ag^ to the City.—Address} particulars to F. 10, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S, 28, Old Bond-street. _  Town-house.—wanted, to rent or purCHASE, with or without furniture, a RESIDENCE adapted for a moderate-sized establishment; if with subline, and In the neightoiu-hood of Grosvenor-square, Hyde-park, or BelBnwB^*Inwlt wpuldhe preferred. —Address particulars to G. 12, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN'S, 28, Old Bond-stroet.  e  state wanted. — wanted to pur-  ^ CHASE, a FREEHOLD PROPERTY, consisting of a good family house with park-like grounds, and from 300 to 500 acres of land attached. The south or midland counties are preferred, and especially those of Hertford, Kent, and Surrey.—Address particulars to H. 17 Messrs. BROOKS and GRJSEN'S, 28, Old Bond-street._  CI PORTING BOX or COTl^AGE ORNEE.—  ►o WANTED to RENT, a comfortable RESIDENCE, containing a dining drawing, and small third room, four best bedrooms, and suitable accommodation for servants, with stabitag, out-houses, and about 20 acres of land attached. A manor of from 1,000 to 2,000 acres U desired, and preference wiU be given to the localities of Northed South Wales Herefordshire, and Devonshire, or any situation affording good iDorting. The advertiser has no ohUdren, and as every care would be taken of the house and furniture,t^entleman wuhing to le-^e such a place in cai«ulhaads would fincmi »  Address patticulara to H. 18, Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN 8, 28, Old Bond-street. _  Trout fishing, near town.—To be let, lor  the season, by single tickets, the FISHING of the celebrated DENHAM COURT WATERS, near Uxbridge —For terms apply to Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  Wanted to purchase, a machine for  slicing out Deal for making Hat Boxes.—Apply, post paid, stating price, &c., to 0., Post-offioe, BristoL  PARTNERSHIP.—An opportunity oflFers for a  person possessing about £1.500 to joIntherBHiaintog partner (the pracUcafman) in a profitable MANUFACTURING JBUSINBSS, near iie City, the present iKurtner retiring for reasons that will be satisfactorily explained. Respectable references given and required.—Apply by letter to Mr. G. H. GREEN, 7. Great St, Thomas Apostle, City.  FREEHOLD BREWERYand TWENTY-SEVEN  PUBLIC HOUSES, BRIGHTON.—The DEVISEES in trust acting under tho will of the late Mr. Geo. Wigney, offer for SALE by PRIVATE TREATY, In One Lot, this valuable FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD ESTATE, which may truly be termed one of the most lucrative and eligible concerns within fifty miles of London. It has been established more than half a century, and comprehends the extensive Brewery, with storehouses and offices, and a commodious family dwelling house adjoining (the late residence of Mr. G. Witney, and preriouslv of his father), spirit stores, and a coal warehouse and yard. The pUvnt aad utensils include a 34-quarter mashtun, 60 barrel copper, with dome head and pan, patent refrigerator, 23 oak store rats, gaugtoe together 2,800 barrels, and the iLsual appendase< of a brewery, arranged for uniting economy with convenience. A treble maltlng-house, with bafley steeps ito wet 65 quarters, granaries and storehouses, situate within a quarter of a mile. Seventeen Freehold and Copyhold Inns and Public-houses, in the town of Briihton, and ten in the country, of easy access. The great celebrity of " Wigney's Entire," commands an extensive trade with free public houses, and the family private trade Is considerable for beer, spirits, and coal.—Principals will be furnished with further particulars, by application to Messrs. RIDLEY and SON, auctioneers and estate agents, Brighton, or to Mr. MASON, 33, Buck-ler^bury, London.  An ale ar.d stout house to be disposed  OF situated In one ot the jnwatest thoroughfares In London : dome a good trade, and may bo greatly tocreased. Satisfactory reasons willbegivenfordisposlngofthesame.—Apply to Mr. SLOPER, auctioneer, estate, and business agent, Sc.. Liu-chouse Auction Rooms, opposite the Church. _  e  migration to australia.—notice is  _ HEREBY GIVEN that the VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL COMPANY are now able to SELL their FREEHOLD LANDS in any qa.intity, and that every purdiascr of not less than 80 ncres will be entitled to a free passage to the colony. The peculiar advantages enjoyed by settlers on the Company's lands are fully detailed in a printed proq>ectns, which may be obtained at the Company's offices, 8, Great Winaester-etreet, London. _  TO EMIGRANTS.—The largest and best assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS, and BIFLBS, of every kind, isattha London-bridge Gun Manufactory, No. 30, King AVUIiam-street. Aa GEORGE and JOHN DEANE manufacture «xtensivcly for tho trade as well as the retaU markets, they are able to offer these good« at ^ces which defy competition. Emigrants, merchants, fcc, supplied without; loss of time, and placed on the lowest wholesale terms,—DEANE'S Gun Manufactory, 30, King William-street, London-bridge.  NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS.—GEORGE and  JOHN DEANE'S EMIGRATION CIRCULAR may be had, either at their general fumlshmg warehouse, 46, King William-street, or at their export warehouse. 3, Arthur-street west, I/<mdon-bridie; or It will be forwarded by post, free, when required.  b  Regent-street.—to be let, the most  spacious PREMISES in this neighbourhood, consisting of extensive cellarage, spacious and well-arranged exhibition rooms, galleries, and private apartments. Terms may ^ had, and plans of the ^^^^ teen, at the offices of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  TTPPER BROOK-STREET, near the Park.—  To be LET, unfurnished, a very compact RESIDENCE, with coach-house and stables, and adapted to every re,^pcct to the w^t| of a gentleman's family. Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  CURZON-STREET, May fair.—To be LEr, unfurnished, a convenient RESIDENCE, very desirably situate to the preferable part of the street. It contains ample accommodation for a gentleman's family, or would answer admirably ror letting in suites of apartments. Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  s  Near DORKING, Surrey.—To be JLET, unfurnished, a substantial FAMILY MANSION: coutatoing four sitttag and fifteen bedrooms, and seated in five acres of pleasur^grounds and gardens, i n a weU wooded and picturesque estate, m this much admired district. With it may be had any ^rt.on of IM^^ot land. Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  t  ^0 BACHELOR NOBLEMEN, M.P.'s, or Gen-  - tlemen of Fashion.—To be LET, an elegantly FURNISHED SUITE of CHAMBERS, consisttag ot sitting, dressmg, and blooms with man-servant's room, Sc., veiy desirably situate near the Houses of Parliament, the Court, and tho cl».bs. The use of hnen and plate, and services of domestics, if desired.-Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street.  ENSON'S AMALGAMATED SILVER  __PLATE. 63, ComhlU.—A splendid stock of dish covers, from  jsio the set ; comer di^es and covers, at £7 the set ; venison dishes, 7 gutoeas each ; waiters, 18s. 6d. each ; cruet frames, £53. each ; tea and coflee services, the desidia of which are very elegant, nany of them are registered, and can only be obtatoed at this eatablUoment, from 7 gutoeas the set. Orders to any amount can now be executed. " Benson's Amalgamated Silver Plate matotains Its cleameas of colour and brilliancy of look after frequent use. We have seen varisus articles manufactured from this metal, all vietog to de-gance and beauty with the purest silver."—The Standard of Freedom. List of prices sent to answer to paid letters, addressed to 63, Comhlll, three do»rs from Bishopsga^treet.__  UPEllIOll SHEFFIELD PLATED DISH  . _ COVERS, with strong silver mountings and silver shields for  engraving the crest or coat of arms._______  TABLE DISH COVERa  Light Plating. Heavy Plating.  The Gadroon pattern........perset£U 0 0 ........ £15 12 8  The Jwifcd Montrose pattern do. 12 6 6 ........ 16 17 6  TheiàiSfenor pattern...... do. 15 0 0 ........ 20 6 6  The Albert pattern.......... do. 15 0 0 ........ 20 6 6  The'Gordon pattern........ do. 12 6 6 ........ 16 17 6  The above sets comprise four dish covers, viz., one 20-toch, one 18-tacli,  "a.'b?SAVORY and SONS, Manufacturing Slvcrsmiths, 14, Comhin, London, opposite the Bank of England._  NOVELTY in BREAKFAST SERVICES.  Several PATENT SEAMLESS TEA and COFFEE SER-VICEa having at length been completed to every style, fromBe-^relyjpuln to, the wrgeoSy ornamented of PPRK, HARD, WHITB, ^l^TAL, electro-plated by the patent process »f Messrs. Blklngton and Co., and finished with the greatest care and delicacy, are new offered for ^e at prices much under half what would have been demanded but for the economy achieved by the seamless patent They are as durable as silver.  Antique pattern tea and coffee set complete............. £8 17 0  Arabesque do. do. do............. 8 17 0  I^ccleuch do. chased do. do. ............ 817 0  iJUto do. piato do. do............. 8 0 0  Louis Quatorze pattern do. do. ----°  N.B. Teapots, Ì2s. each; coffee-pots, SSs. each ; of the £817 sets. Any other article singly in the same proportion. Engravings sent (per post)  '^'ILLIAM S. BURTON (late Rlppon and Barton), 39, Oxford-str^ and 1, Newman-street (comer of Newman-street).—Kstabllshedto Wella-street. 1820. __  Shropshire.—To be sold, a valuable manorial estate, consisting of a handsome modem residence, and grounds, to hand, and some valuable farms, let to a good tenantry at £665 per annum, free of outgotogs. It Is surrounded by extensive preserves, in a very agreeable district, and convenient to railway accommodation.—Particulars may be had, and plans and drawings seen at the offices of Messrs BROOKS and green, 28, Old Bond-street.  Nine miles from town, on the Great  Western Eailway.—To be LET, Unfomlahed, a spacious BESI-DENCE, contatotog four sitttog-rooms Mid 14 bedrooms, with very convenient ofBces, coach-house, stables, and other outbuildings. It Is placed in Its own grounds, with walled garden and paddock, and is adapted for a family requiring a roomy house, at a moderate rental, or would admirably suit a young ladies' establishnjent.—Particulars may be had of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street.  Dorsetshire.—To be let, an exceedingly  comfortable RESIDENCE, in complete reralr, with pleasure-grounds, gardens, shrubberies, and (if desired) orchard and meadow-Knd, pleasingly situate in the midst of hunting, shoottog, and fishing, and to a particularly dry, healthy, and picturesque neighbourhood, three miles from Axminsterand four and a half from the fashionable watering-places of Lyme Regis and CTiarmouth.—Particulars may be lad of D. Gould, Esq., soUcitor, Honiton; or of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  t  Boyle's silk umbrellas, 5a. 6d., Ts. 6d.  and lOs.. at the Manufactory, 338, Oxford-street—The 10s. silk umbrellas for ladles »re exeeedingly light and weU made, have ivory handles and whalebone or steel frames ; those for genUemen are large-and stronger, with whalebone or steel frames, and are now, from thi very low price of silk, offered at lOs.; at no prertous period could ttey have been sold under Ms. Strong gingham umbrellas 4s., and each. Chaise and carriage umbrellas equaUy cheap.—At the Brass Umbrella, 33«, Oxford-street (between Regent-street and the Pantheon).  £.  3  3 15  4 13  5 17 7 14  10 4 14 5 21 13  s. d, 4 3  7 4 1 3  8 7 3  Assurances may be effected with the Corporation for any amount not exceeding £10,000 on one life.  TheGovemorsand Dhrectors feel persuaded that the public will continue to manifest their confidence to this Corporation, which has maintatoed a high position during a period exceedtog a century and a quarter :— affords unquestionable security by its prudently invested capital stçek :— and distributes among Life Policie? a share of its profit, resultmg to benefits to the assured which will advantageously bear comparison with those obtatoed from other offices. , , , , FIRE ASSURANCES are effected upon every ktod of pr^erty. Feb. 5,1849. _ALEX. GREEN, Secretary.  OLICITORS' and GENERAL LIFE ASSU-  BANCE SOCIETY, 57, Chancery-lane, London. directoes. Church, John Thomas, Esq., Bedford-row. Cox, Edward William, Esq,, Temple. Donne, Samuel Edward, Esq., Castle-terrace. Brixt«n. Fonblanque, John S. M., Esq., St. John's-wood. Jones, AVilliam, Esq., Crosby-square. Maynard, Jonas Alleyne, Esq., Temple. Monis, J^ohn Michael, Esq., Mooirate-street. Mourilyan. Joseph Noakes, Esq., Gray's-lnn. Murray, William, Esq., London-street. Symons. Jelinger Cookson, Esq., Temple. T'orr, John Smale, Esq., Bedford-row. Wlthall, William, Esq., Parliament-street Wordsworth, Charles, Esq., Temple.  auditors. Ayrton, W. Scrope, Esq., Leeds. Blandy, John Jackson, Esq., Readtog. Gösset, Montague, Esq., Coleman-street Hand, Robert WiUiam, Esq., Stafford. PHTSiciAN-David Lewis, M.D., Finsbury-place. sttegbon-Bransby B. Cooper, EBq.,I'.E.S„ New-street, Spong-gardens. CoNSCLTiKG Actuart-Francis G. P. Neison, Esq.. F.L.S. This society transacts the usual bustoess of life assurance, and presente the foUoiving advantages to the assured : First The security of a large sub^bed rapit^.  ^RFOLK RAILWAY.-The Directors have I ÄÄTÄÄ^uiÄfÄ  IN ^dXith regret of the resolution passed at the general meeting expressly for this ofSce, and affording parUcular advantages to-young of the Eastern Counties Company, to reference to tte amalgamation | utos.  to be lodged at this office (sealed up, addressed to the secretary, ^d markedTenders for Chairs") before 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 20th  instant, and parlies tendering are required to be then in attendance. The directors do not btod themselves to accept the lowest tender. _  Tenders will not be received upon any other than the printed othciai form, which, with the specification, may be had on appliratioa atthis office, or at the office of the company's engtoeer, 6, Great George-street, Westmtoster, on or after Friday^next, tbe 9th in^t.^^^^^ ^^^^^  Offices, 14, Moorgate-street, London,  March 2,1849. _  Shrewsbury and Birmingham railway COMPANY.-LOANS on DEBENTURES.-The Dlrec-tors of this Company are prepared to recclvo (under the powers of tteij ] Act of Parliament) TENDERS for LOANS of MONEY on security of Debentures to sums of not less than £5?0, and at interest not exceedmg 4i per cent, per annum. Tenders to be addressed to tho Secretary, 3,  Moorgat<^street-By order, qeORGE KNOX, Secretary. London, 3, Moorgate-street, March 1,1849^_  to the  Guildhall BuUdtaES,'S)ndon, March 2, 1849.__  Cheap stationery.—w. parkins, desirous of suiting all classes of customs, keeps to stMk a^to variety than any house in the kingdom. He has now upwar^ of bIXT Y S'Sit t?rte of WRITING PAPERS and ENVELOPES, each sort of writtog paper betog sealed up to quarter r^ packets and nim-bered. His rame and address on the wrapper ia a guarantee for ^e quality. A few prices are riven.  No. 1. Useful Satto Note, 2s. per ream.  2. FuU size Satin Not*, 3s. per do.  3. Good substantial Note, 4s. per do.  12. Ditto Cream Laid Satto, 43. per do.  6. Beat Thick Satin Note, 6s. per do.  14. Super Cream Laid Note, 6s. per do.  20 Full size Mouratog Note Paper, 63. per do.  32. Thick Cream Laid ditto, 10s per do.  Bordered Envelopes, adheave. Is. per l.OW  Thick Satin Envelopes, adhesive. 150 for Is.  Best Wax, 10 stick« for Is.; 3b. 6d. per lb.  Our Sample Packet of 30 sorts of paper and envelop, price 6d., or free by cost for 12 stamps. Our Afinanack, with fuU particular of nr^q fee sent for two stamps. All orders, with a remittance over 20s., Srtlge^fto th¡ PARKINS, manufacturing staüoner, 25, Otíord-street, London^^_  WARWICKSHIRE.—To be LET, furnished or  unfurnished, a desirable FAMILY RESIDENCE, with 17 acres of pleasure ground, garden, and meadow land, pleasmgly situate, in a fine sporttog country, within a mile of Monks KIrby, and six of the Rugby station, in the centre of the Atherstone hunt, and withm reach of the Warwickshire, Pytehley, and Quora hounds. The house stands on an elevation, is i)ertectly dry, and commands very pleasmg and extensive views. The conservatory, vineries, and ferctog-houses are on a most complete scale, stocked with valuable plants, and to the highest order.— A drawtog may be seen, and particukrs had, at the offices of Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street. _  lEA TRAYS.—EXTRAORDINARY SHOW.—  The largest assortment of TEA TRAYS and WAITERS ever coflected together is now on SALE at WILLIAM S. BURTON'S, 39, Oxford-street (comer of Newman-street), and No. 1, Newman-street. Gothic shape Papier Maché Trays, per set of three, , „ _.  from ................................... 208. to 10guineas.  ditto ditto Iron ditto, from 16t to 4 gutoeas. Convex shape, per set, from 73. 6d. An almost endless yarlety of small papier maché and iron trays, many of them executed to the hlt^est style of art. at about a quarter of thehr orlgtoal cost, being odd ot dfghtly out of condition. Round and Gothic waiters, cake and bread baskets, MuaUy low.—WiUiam 8. Burton's (late Rlppon and Burton) Stock, of Fumishtog Ironmongery Is literally the largest to the world, and purchasers are tovited to call and inspect it—Established in Wella-itreet 1820^_  BEDSTEADS.—J. STEER (from Heal and Son's)  begs to call the attention of the puhUe to his large ASSOBOV MENT of Four-post, French, Arabian, and every other style ol BEDSTEAD, to mahogany and other woods, also japanned to various colours ; Iron and brass bedsteads of every description; cribs, cots, &c. J. S. can confidently recommend his goods as betog made of well-seasoned wood, and of superior workmanship.—J. STBER, bedstead manufacturer, 15¿ Bemers-street, Oxford-street.  EAL and SON'S LIST of BEDDING, containing  a full description of weights, sizes, and prices, by which purchasers are enabled to judge the articles best suited to make a good set of beddtog, sent free by post on application to their factory, 196 (opposite the chapel), Tottenham-court-road.  I ELASTIC FIGURES.—The greatest curiosity of  i the dav are the elastic figures, to bo had. wholesale and retail, at the GUTTA PERCHA ESTABLISHMENT, where will be found every novelty to the extraordinary material gutta percha. An elegant stock of picture frames, at one quarter the price of carvcd wood, of splendid designs. Many additions stoce last season. Gutta percha dolls that cannot break.-98. New Bond-street._  TMPORTANT to MILL-OWNERS, MANU-  FACTURERS, Sc. &c.-The GUTTA PERCHA COMPANY  SUSSEX.—SHOOTING over 3,000 acres of highly  O preserved land, with first-rate covers, well stocked ^rith^me — MÓLts BROOKS and GREEN are tostructed to DISPOSE OF the LEASE, or to LET, unfurnished, for a term, a most excellent Tudor MANSION, incomplete substantial and ornamentalr^air, cheerfully seated in a park, and commanding extensive views. There is capital stabltog, good fishtog, and foxhounds hunt the country. It Is one and a half hours'joumeyfrom London, one from Brighton, and s well wortl y the attention of a nobleman or gentleman fond of field sMrts. Ab'>ut 150acres ot land and farm-house may be had if required —For terms apply to Messrs. BROOKS and GREEN, 28, Old Bond-street, where a cos-moramic view of the mansion, &c., may be seen. _  Little MISSENDEN, Bucks.—To beT.ET, furnished or unfumiihed, a superior FAMILY RESIDENCE seated on a lawn, with capital grounds and gardens, pleas^tly situate and having a trout stream close by. It contains dining and drawmg rooms, library, with south aspects, and opentog on to the lawn, two sUinases, seven best bedrooms, dressing rooms and servants chamber.^ housekeeper's room, butler's pantry, kitehen, and aU useful out;house3; detached dairy, brewhouse, laundry, rooms over, double coach-house, and four stall stable, loose box, &c. ; kitehen garden, two orchards, shrubberies, excellent water, and gravelly soU. Fifteen acr^ of m^ow may be had if desured. Rent, furnished, 160 gum^. mclu^g tax«. A drawtog of the property may be seen and particulars had at the offices of Messrs; BROOKS and GREEN. 28, Old Bond-street._  Swiss curtains, from the Custom-house.—  CHARLES MEEKING and Co., 62, Holbom-hlll, are now offer-tag the largest lot of real SWISS CURTAINS ever seen to any shop, at an average of one-third less than last year's prices, ranging from Is. lOd. to 40s. Upholsterers and drapers charged astoimdlngly low prices, compared with what they have previouslv bought at.  The new velour muslin curtains, by  her Miyesty's royal letters patent—L. and M. WORMS beg to announce that they have just received upwards of five thousand of these magnificent and novel productions, embroidered by a new process, surpa^tog immeasurably every other description of curtato yet totroduced. Prices varying from Ss. 6d. to 18s. 6d. the pair, from 3 yards to 4i yards to length, and 14 yard to li yard to width, warranted either to wash or clean. Patterns free to all parts ot the kingdom.—L. and M. WORMS, 106 to 110, Whltechapel-road, London.  These Buckets may be made of any size and thickness without any seam or raised jotot. They are unaffected by acids, alkalies, &c. Cold water will never soften them and they are consequently much more durable than leather, and aUo cheaper.  Patent GUTTA PERCHA TUBING, bemg so extraordinary a conductor of sound, is now extensively arolied for cenveying messages from one buili^ng or place to another. It is Invaluable to mills, factories, &c. The recent tovention ot covering electric telegraph wires witti Gutta Percha, so as to be securely protected from the weather, affords an economical mode of communication for greater distances.  Patent GUTTA PERCHA DRIVING BANDS continue to secure a conttoually tocreastog demand ; they can be tod of my size or lengto.— MANUFACTORY, WHARF-ROAD, CITY-ROAD, London. To be had of their wholesale dealers m town and country. __  SHIPPERS,  TO EMIGRANTS, CAPTAINS,  Sc.—No one should leave England without providing himself with a stock of GUTTA PERCHA SOLES and SOLUTION. The ease with which these soles can be applied, to countries where no shoenaker can be found for miles—their power of keeping the feet perfectly dry, thus preserving the bsdy from coughs, colds, &c , to lands where medical advice cannot be had—and their great durability and cheapness» render them essential to the comfort and security of all who purpose saiUng to distant countries. Guttapercha Trays, Bowls, Cups, Bottles, Tubtog, Inkstands, Dishes, Plates, Ear Trumpets, &c., are admirably suited for shipboard and emigrants, as they will not break by betog even violently thrown down upon the floor. Any person takmg a stockjacross the seas w ill find it afford a profitable speculation.—Manufactured by the GUTTA PERCHA COMPANY, Patentees, Wharf-road, City-road, London ; and sold by their wholesale dealers to town and country.  -«T7HITEHAVEN and FURNESS JUNCTION  W RAILW.VX-SEyENTHCALL of Store-NO  "Te^tt*^ mee^on Thursdays, at 2 o'clock A-u^^-oT/df effMtedby applying-on any other day, l-etween the houwot 10 an^, at the office of tto Society, 57, Chancery-lane, London, where pro^pec tuses and aU other requisite be^Uam^- Secretary.  is'HERtb\^ GivEN^thatinpurm^^^^ I tvTATIONAL LOAN fund LIFE ASSUR^CE  ifDb^thelropriitors of the Whitetav^^^^ JN SOCIETY, 26, ComhiU, London. Capital. £500,(W0, Em-  " ...... """  may remato as a loan for five years. Extensive traveUmg l^e g^i^ ^tLutStra premium. Moderate extra premium for residence m  tro^i^J^t^.^ annual bonus to the assured varied from 27 to 65 per cent, (accordtog to age) on the premiums paid. _  For prospectuses, with det^ed information, apply at the oincc, or  any of the tranches, by post or othMw^e.^ WOOLHOUSE, Actuary. _  London ..............  Whitehaven or Carlisle  Manchester............  Liverpool..............  Xteiiitt^hfrSte of 5 per cent, per annum wiU bo charged on all sums remaming unpaid aft«r fte^^ay aW^^^^^^ ^^  don Joint Stock Bank. Messrs. J. .M. Head and Co. National Provincial Bank of England. Union Bank of Liverpool.  LONSDALE, Chairman. JOHN MEYER, Secretary. 1, GuildhaU-chambers, Basmghall-etreet, London. Feb. 2i!, 1S49.  Exacts worth knowing.—since the first  announcement of BUTLER:S VERMIN and INSECT  ■ announcoineui ui —- -------  KiLLER,300,i»0packet3havebeci>6old. Berks savs-  them '"ijeetTes Mr Sinlco, Northampton ™tes-" After using n one The Birmmgham Ad%ortiMr inhabitants of old houses nnd  carefully observe the name on seal.  « nPO classify under one head disorders the most  X tacengruoi and even 0PP<^te-to disturb ttetlndd ^ nerfoSs brfal^alarms-to luU tho reaUy afflicted mth f^^ hopes-^^ to^^ive aU by promises the most extravagant and absi^-as it Is ttie ^efTharacteritic of the medi<^adveniwer of tl^^^^^^ fonns one of the most painful suoiects of coi tfmplahon ttat teelf to tbe eye of those who scan over the advertisement» wh^^ .w^a  GTCri ^P^^ , Ti-ifVi V.i-if vflTV  fewPTpintionsdisfiiureall others) ii  t  ^0 CALIFORNIANS.—The attention of Persons  _ going to California is called to the following list of ARTICLES  made of INDIA RUBBER, just received by tne undersimed from America, consisting of camps, tents, tent floors. Poncho blankets, camp blankets, Isthmus bags, gun covers. Ponchos, canteens, haversacks, wading and hunting boots, water cups, and a variety of other goods made expressly for that country ; and which, upon tospeclion, will be found to bo not only the most valuable articles for the emigrants' outfit, but tadlspensably necessary to their comfort and safety. These goods are warranted not to be affected by extremes of heat or cold.—W. STARR, India Rubber Warehouse, 48, Patemoster-row, City._  t  0 be LET, vdth Immediate Possession, or Sold.  Rent to commence from Lady-day next._  No. of House.  14 2  4  5  8 3  10 17  Situation.  West side of Highbury-grove .................  Junction of New North-road and Highbury  place.....................................  South side of Albion-road, Oueens-road......  Marlborough-terrace,Brownlow-road, Qaeen s-  road ...............................  Lahore-terrace, Shrabland-road.......  Canonbury Villa, Canonbury-park ... Dwelltog and Shop, Farrtogdon-street.  West side of Hlghbuiy-grove .........  House, Garden, and Orchard, Cha«e-slde     Parish.    Bent      Islington    £75      Islington    33      Dalston    30      Dalston    23      Dalston    37      Islington    60          100      IsUngton    9«      Enfield    60      Luton    33     House! WelUngton-street.................... ..... „„v;„  Apply on the premises, or to Messrs. OVERTON and HUGHES, solicitors, 25, Old Jewry, L«ndon.  rflO LET.—TANGLEY-PARK and FARM,  I Hampton, Middlesex, very good house and buildinm, ^d ^ Bcris of land • plough, with two horses. Kent moderate and «the free,  ^ut 11 mUe^ f^oiTLindon. and one from the Hampton^urtS^^^ Can 190 let for any term.—Apply to, Mr. GEORGE ROBINSON, the owner, Kew-bridge, Brenjford, Middlesex.__  TO PROFESSIONAL GENTLEMEN.—To be  LET to Flnsbury-square, a SUITE of APARTMENTS, excellently adapted as Offices either for Memters of the Medical or Legal particulars apply tolMrs. MALPAS, 31, Finsbury-place, north. _  Arrowsmith's new summer curtain,  patented and manufactured for her M^esty and the Nobility, 4c., intrinsically equal to effect to the most costly at 40 gutoeas, price 12s. 6d. and upwardB,i8 adapted to different styles of Decoration and Fumishtog; also, their patent Counterpanes, Pianoforte, and Toilet Covers, Negligees, &c. This manufacture can only be obtatoed at ARR0WSMITH8 and Co., Decorators and Upholsterers to the Queen, 80, New Bond-street^__  London carpet warehouse.—waugh  and SON, Manufacturers, 3 and 4, Goodge-street (established 1769), tovite the attention of the nobility, clergy, gentry, &c., to an inspection of their large and magnificent collection of Brussels, Royal Velvet Pile, Axminster, Patent Tapestry, Turkey, Patent Felt, or Victoria CARPETING, and every other description of carpeting of British manufacture, comprehending the most tasteful and elegant designs, the colours and quality of which can be warranted, being manufactured under their Immediate tospection. From the long patronage and experience they have had, their establishment betog exclusively for the sale of carpettog, purchasers can ensure carpets of permanent colours and durable qualities, and at the lowest possible prices.  i^ALIFORNIA.—TOZER'S PATENT BACHE-  LOR'S KITCHEN.—This extraordinary apparatus, so universally approved, is well calculated for emigrant« to California, or to any other part of tlie globe. It is adapted for bsiling. stewtog, stean^g, frytog, baktog, &c., to which a dinner can be cooked for three or four persons. Officers at home or on a foreign station will find it a moat desirable article. a prospectus will bo forwarded on receipt of a postage stamp. —THOMAS TOZKR, manufacturer, 55, Dean-strcot, Seho._ ' _  AVIES'S CANDLES, 5d. and 6|d. per lb.;  wax wick moulds, 6id. ; composite, 8Jd., lOd., and lOid. ; ^ caudles,Is.; German wax,Is. 2d.¡finewax,Is.5d.;transparent wai.lB.9d.: best wax, 2b Id. ; sperm candles. Is. 6d. and Is. 7d. ; metallic, 7id. and 8id. : mottled soap, 603. and 64s. per 112 lbs. ; yeUow, 48s., and ^ : wtodsor soap. Is. 4d. per packet; brown Wtodsor, Is. 9d.; rose, ^ ; aliaoBd, 2s. êé. Sperm oU, 7s. 6d. per gallon ; wlar, 3s 3d. : argand or vegetablM«. 6d. ; sealing wax, 43. 6d. For cash at DAVIE8'8 old established warehouse, 63, St Martto's-lane. Export or pooer» and oU shop goods at lower prices. _  e  migration to california.—benjamin  EDGINGTON. 2, Duke-street, Southwark, London-bridge, to-vites settled to tospect lSs EMIGRATION TENTS, which Me fitW up with every requisite at a moderate cost.-May be seen any day ^ tos manufactory, 2, Duke-street, Southwark, one bemg purposely erec^, with cot, sltog, table, and camp stool complete. — A warehouse, Piccadffly. ____  "itaricose VEINS,Weaknes8,&c.—huxley s v SURGICAL CAOUTCHOUC ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Kn^ caps. Anklets, &c., stand unrivalled for their efficacy to co^ veins, w¿akn4ss, sprains, &c. They aie to^n t^^^ty of an ordinary stocki^, affordlpg equ^ and PJ^^^®  Tiii-t TTio,» ariiMo PTnensive and more durable than any stock-^ullTy Sr^ri^cularly soUcit the j^pctlon of thi profSSo^ D^^ons tor selimeasurement f^arded, and the articfe BeTtbypost^UXLEY and Co Jer^^^t Cavendi^-square. " A Country Practitioner.-Hu:dey's S^gic^ Stockmgs . We wuBtantly^ them, and find them thoroughly efficacious. -Vide Lancet, Notice to Correspondente. _  COMFORTABLE FURNISHED APARTMENTS  toho LET, in an excellent situation, Devonshire-street, Portiand-Dlace —Handsomely furnished parlour, with good bed-room. In a highly r^pectablc private residence. Terms, with attendance, plate, and Unen, for one person, onegumeaper week ; for two ppons, 25s.: e^ bedrooms if requlred.-Apply at 26, Devonshire-street, Portland-place.  o LINENDRAPERS and SILK-MERCERS.  STOCK to TRADE, amounttog to £2,816 6s. 5d., to be SOLD hv tender by direction of the Assignees of Mr. 8. S. Woollatt, ot W^nibom-hm a bankrupt. Payment to be made to cash, or one-half to SuTand one-half on credit; but the credit must be ^th approved secu-^v Sd not exceed three months from the day of sale. The Stock con-rfsts' of a general assortment ot linendrapery, silk mercery, hosiery, and haberdashery, and may be viewed en the premises, N o. 53 and 54, Hoi-born hill from this time until the day of sale, and the tenders will be roreived and opened, and the purchaser declared, at the office of Messrs. PARRINTON and LADBURY, No. 16, Kmg-street, Cheapside, on TTiursdav the 8th of March, at 12 o'clock at noon precisely.—Further  assignee, ^. - _ , and LADBURY.  weU as the most eminent and enli^MeneU maiyiaua.» m vuj.  i^sssÄa'sinrÄTÄÄ»  ss'ârïîâï räväs s  grade of society.  Chilblains. - measam's medicated  CREAM, the most effectual, safe, and speedy re^dy for ^ matism, lumbago, bums, scalds, braises, sprams, sc^, chilblams, tic douloureu^ erysipelas, sore throat, ring-wom, stmra gout, ^d everj- kind ot tofiainiatlon. For tte skin, teeth, and sWng t h.^ no equal. Medical, naval, and military gentlemen will find H iae=ti-matfe Sold toTors at is. l^d. and 2s. 9d., by all respectable druggists, fcc., m tw-nanicountry'-ilanufaotory, Lower Kenninston-laae, Lambeth.  rr\0 LINEN and WOOLLEN DRAPERS.—To be  X SOLD by TENDER, in Three Lots, by order of the Trustees of the Estate ot Henry Nicholson, of High-street. Chelmsford, the entire stock to TRADE of the estate, amounting to £2,716 43. 2d at the cost prices. Lot 1 Is the stork ot linen drapery, mercery, hosiery, tc., and lS^ts to £1,783 23. lid. Lot 2 is the stock of wooUen drapeij, consSting of sum^o broad cloths, cassimeres, vestings, ready-mado Sra Ic., and^unts to £732 lis. Lot 3 is the stock of hats, caps Md iSibreilas, and amounts to £200 10s. 3d. The lots may be tendered for se^tely, or the three to one lot. Payment cash, or credit or part ¿¡hai^rt credit; but the credit must be with approved security, and ^t exa^ three ¿ontha from the day of sale. To be viewed on the premi^t Chehnsford. The tenders^ 1m o^n^ and the p^^^^^^ dRcared at the office of Mes-srs. P.4.RR1NT0N and L.4.DB1.11 i, 16 Ki^g-st?e=t Ch^pside, on MONDAY, the 12th iiLs^t, at 12 o'c ock at noon precisely.-Further particulars to had of themj of^Messrs. Sole and Turner. 68, Aldennanbury; of Messrs. J Chelmsford; or on the premises. ___  The albert night lights, to bum five,  seven, or ntoe hours, 6d. per box; tbe lamps, Sd., 6d., 9d., Is., and 2s. each; dip candles, 6d. and SJd.; wax wiek moulds, 6d.; composite, 84d. and lOd.; wax and sperm candles, lis. per dozen lb.; best sperm. Is. 6d. per lb.; transparent wax, is. 8d.; best, 2s. id.; Palmer's metallie candles. 74d. and 8ia.; yellow soap, very good. 42s., 46s.; the best 52a.; mottled soap, 62b. ; best, 66«., per 1121bs.; Wtodsor soap. Is. 4d.; old brown Wtodsor, Is. 6d. - solar oil, 3s. 3d.; sperm, 7s. 6d.; Argand, 49. 6d., per gallon.—At HOLDEN'S, 48, Cambridge-street, Edgware-road.  COALS.—Best Screened Wallsend, either Hetton's,  Haswell, or Stewart's, 20s. per ton ; smaD, 12s. per ton. Coke, 18s. per chaldron. Charcoal, 2s. 6d. per sack. Cash on or before delivery.—London and Westminster Coal Company, 7, John-street, Adelphl. JAMES SMITH, Manager.  t  ;nein ; ui .ue^Rrs. & E. Copland,  Mills to be sold or let—the Paper Mills  at Horton. Bucks, on the Colne. about a mile and a halt from the Sourti RaUway.-Apply to SUDLOWS. TQBR, and  JA>'EWAT, 38, Bcdiord-row, London.  I elegant toilet articles, each of infal-  A Uble attributes.—ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL Is highly Bnd universally appreciated for creating and sustatoingluxuriant tresses. Rowlands' Kalydor is a preparation of unparalleled efficacy to Improv-tag and beautifying the skto and complexion; and Rowlands' Odonto, or Pearl Dentifrice, Is tovaluable for its bcautifytog and preservatlva effects on the teeth and gums. The patronage of Royalty throughout Europe, and their general use by the aristocracy and ilite of fashion, together with the confirmation by experience of the infallible efficacy of these creative and renovating sperifica, have characterised them with perfection, and given them a celebrity unparallelled. Beware of spurious imitations. Some are offered under the Implied sanction of royalty and the government departments, and similar attempts at deception. The only genutoe of each bears the name of " Rowlands'" preceding that of the article on the wrapper or labeL—Sold by them at 20, Hatton-garden, London, and by respectable chemists and perfumers.  1he atrapilatory, or liquid hair  _ dye ; the only dye that really answers for all colours, and does not require re-domg but as the hair grows, as it never f^es or acquires that unnatural red or purple tint common to aU other dyes. ROSS and SONS can, with the greatest confidrace, re-cSmiBend Urn above dye as tofaUible, an<I Mim or genUemen Quiring It are requested, if convenient, to have it done the first time at their estabUshment, which will enable them to use it afterwards themselves, without^ tho chance of failure. They think it necc^arr to add. that, by attending strictly to tho instractioiM given with the dye, numerous parties have succcg^«'! SQ'^Uy well without coming to thcKi.—Address ROSS and SONS, 119 and 120, Bishopsgate-street, London. _  AYLOK'S MULTUM in parvo; or, con-  ceutrate l MEAT LOZENGES for Invalids, Sportsmen, Travellers &c &c. Thi-suijerior preparation will be found, by its nutritious and'ain-eeable qualities, a great acquisition to sportsmen, travellers on railroaiLs or steara-boats, iu crowdedas-semblies, and on aU other occasions when an healthy appetite cannot be&tiaüedtotheformal manner of" laid  '^Soid in boxes at Is. and 2«. each.—May be' had of Barclay and Sons, Farrtacdon-street; Sutton, Bow Churchyard ; Johnston, ComhiU; aad most patent medicine venders in town and country.   

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