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Weekly News And Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 25, 1853, London, Middlesex JUNE PRICE pREAT WESTERN CHEAP EXCURSION TO WORCESTER AND On the 3rd of a TRAIN will leave Pad at 7 for from whence Omni buses and Coaches will he provided to convey Passengers to The will return from Malvern at 30 time for the which will leave Worcester for Paddington at 8 FARE8 TO WORCESTER AND First Second Fares by Omnibus or Coach from Worcester to In Tickets may be previously obtained at the Paddington Sta and Regent street corner of Passengers having Luggage can only be conveyed at the Or dinary IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE IN OF INCUMBERED ESTATES S1 HIPS WANTED TO CONVEY HER MA JESTYS MAILS TO POSTMASTERGENERAL hereby gives Notice that it is his intention to receive Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails to by Steamers or Sailing The dates of Despatch to be as 4th the4th Octo and the 3rd of this and the Port of Departure to be that of Southamp ton or The PostmasterGeneral will be ready on the 15th of before One oclock to receive Tenders for Ships to convey one or more of the Mails of the above Such Ships to be classed 1 at The Sum of One Thousand Pounds will be paid by the Post masterGeneral for each Voyage to Australia and persons tendering will be required to specify the number of days in which they will undertake to deliver the Mails at their destina subject to Penalties for either in departure or Other things the preference will be given to that Tender which specifies the shortest time for the All Tenders must be made on the Printed Form provided for the with the conditions may be ob tained on application at the or at the PostOffice of or Tenders must be delivered at the Secretaries and hone can be received after the day and hour above men The Owner of the or an Agent duly authorised in writ must attend at the General PostOffice on the day and at the hour appointed for the receipt of General GENERAL EXTENSION OF THE MONEY ORDER SYSTEM TO THE THE POSTMASTERGENERAL is about to make arrangements for Extending to the Colonies the benefits of the Money Order As respects those Colonies where the Postoffice is under his the PostmasterGeneral desires to do this through the agency of ordinary Banks and he proposes to employ the same agency in other Colonies except where the Colonial Authorities may prefer to take the business into their own The acceptance of Tenders will in the case pf certain be subject to the latter Bankers as may be desirous of making Tenders for the Undertaking of the agency referred to in any Colony or Colonies will on application at the General astatement of the plan to be and a form of The applications are to be addressed to the AssistantSecretary to the No Tender will be received after the 16th July OFFICE OF 18TH JUNE rnHE PRINCIPAL OFFICERS of HER MA j JESTYS ORDNANCE do hereby Give Notice that they are ready to dispose to such Persons as are willing to Tender for the a quantity of OLD IRON and SHELLS in Store at the ROYAL ARSENAL at have been divided into and may be viewed upon application to the Storekeeper at that place any day Sunday excepted previous to the day fixed for the delivery of the In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH continued in the Name of JOHN and further continued in the Name of JOHN Owner MARY ANNE continued in the name of DANIEL THE Commissioners on the 14th day of at the hour of TWELVE oclock at at their Sell by Public the FeeSimple and Inheritance of the Lands of Cornahaia or and situate in the Barony of and County of containing in the whole statute measure or producing a rent of per and valued by John County Surveyor of the County of at per in Lots as particularised in the of English Statute of John the County Rent 299 3 150 1 147 10 117 Ifi 2 0 17 3 or Derrinlester North 0 5 125 3 16 52 12 00 07 0 40 71 13 0 2 9 1 2 10 0 11 16 10 The above Lands arc not subject to Quit or Grown Dated this 2nd day of HENRY KERNAN and having the carriage of the Lower DESCRIPTIVE This Estate is situate in a very desirable part of the County the Lands are of excellent and are situate within eleven miles the County Town of six of Bel two of and two of all im proving Market and The Estate possesses great advantages in respect of facility of transit to the and to the North of and the Branch of the Midland Great Western Railway to the Town of will pass within a short distance of the The Board of Works have re cently opened up a by the North of Ireland to the Town of within three miles of the The Rental of this up to a few years was up wards of ayear but in consequence of the generally de pressed state pf the and pursuant to the Report of Master Litton in the Cause of Brady MCar and with the consent of the Owner and the other parties the Rents were reduced to which for the last three years has been most punctually as will appear by reference to the Receivers filed in said by the last of which filed on the 21st it appears that out of the amount of the yearly there was re ceived In with the exception of one tenant there has been no arrear for the last A very ge neral improvement has taken place in the and it is confidently expected that there would be no difficulty in in creasing the present Rental to its former This Estate is not subject to any Quit There are ex cellent Roads through the Lands and in the There is an excellent supply of Turbary for the and a Limestone Quarry on the For Rentals and further apply at Dublin the Office of the Dublin or to KERNAN and having the carriage of the Lower where Maps and Valuation can be seen to JOHN Solicitor for the Upper Dublin THOMAS Upper Glou Dublin REDMOND Dublin JOHN County Roscommon or to PATRICK IN THE COURTOF THE COMMISSIONERS SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN SALE OF PROPERTY IN THE COUNTY OF i In the Matter of the Estate of DE BURGH Owner HENRY VALENTINE and ANNE his Owner THOMAS Owner Honourable ANNA MARIA THE Commissioners on the 14th day of at the hour of Twelve oClock at at their in the City of set up for Sale for Public in ONE The LANDS of in containing 3Ri British Statute situate in the Barony of and County of Dated this 2nd day of HENRY A Catalogue of the several Lots may be by Persons willing to become at the Storekeepers Woolwich the Principal Storekeepers Office at the Tower and at the Office in Pall where the Tenders for the or any number of the said Lots are to be delivered pn or before the 28th By order of the and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE Established Empowered by Special Act of EXTENSION OF LIMITS OF As Bured can reside in any part of the Holy the New and in most parts Of North and South without extra MUTUAL SYSTEM WITHOUT THE RISK OF The small share of Profit divisible in future among the Share holders being now provided the Assured will hereafter de rive all the benefits obtainable from at the same complete freedom from combin ing in the same office all the advantages of both n The Assurance Fund already invested amounts to Sind the Income exceeds per CREDIT Policies for the whole of one half of the Annual Premiums for the first five years may re pjajn on and may either continue as a debt on the or maybe paid off at any are advanced on Policies which have been In existence five years and to the extent of nine tenths of their Bonuses have been declared at the last in the sum of was added to the Poh producing a Bonus varying with the different ages from 24J to 55 per on the Premiums paid during the five to on the Sum PARTICIPATION IN participate in Profits in proportion to the number and amount pf the Pre miumspaid between every so that if only one years Premium be received prior to the Books being closed for any the Policy on which it was paid will obtain its duo The books close for the next Division on 30th therefore those who effect Policies before the 30th June wijl be entitled to one years additional share of Fronts over later APPLICATION OF The next and future Bonuses may be either received in or applied at the option of the assured in any other NONPARTICIPATION IN may be effected lor a Fixed sum at considerably reduced anil the Premiums for term Policies are lower than at most other Safe PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF paid thirty days after proof of and all Policies are Indisputable ex cept in cases of INVALID LIVES may be assured at rates proportioned to the increased POLICIES are granted on the lives of persons any sta and of every and for any sum on one life from to PREMIUMS may be paid half or Imt if a payment be omitted from any the Policy can be revived within fourteen The Accounts and Balance Sheets are at all times open to the inspection of the or of Persons desirous to Tables of Rates and forms of can be obtained of any of the Societys or of GEORGE Resident qreat Russell London OOVNTRY of Irish Plantation of English Statute of 1 2 Tooree Tooree Kenny in Owners May and 1st s 2 0 42 0 40 0 35 3 9 60 1 6 1 36 58 0 0 97 3 dated 19th from Charch Birch to John the for the term of 31 from the 1st day of May tlleil The rent here is the amount paid by a late Tenant for this 0 1 Subject to an Annual QuitRent of 9 10 Tithe Rentcharge 12 1J 11 contents per Ordnance statute per DESCRIPTIVE These Lands form a compact and desirable in the best part of the County of Galway situate nearly midway between the important towns of Ballinasloe and and within about three miles of the town of They adjoin the demesne lauds of and are bounded on the one side by the high road from Ballinasloe to and on the other by the road from Loughrea to The land is of excellent principally under with a small quantity of bog with the exception of four the purchaser can enter into immediate occupation of the For Rentals and further Particulars apply at the Office of the Dublin or to WILLIAM MACARTNEY having the carriage of the Westland HE TEADUTY IS NOW and we are enabled to sell good Congou Tea at per Best Congou Tea at rare Souchong Tea at Green Tea at to Prime Green Tea at delicious Green Tea at We strongly recommend our friends to buy Tea at our present as Teas are getting Those who purchase now will save The best Plantation Coffee is now per The best Mocha and all other goods sent Carriage by our own vans and if within eight miles and and Spices sent Carriage Free to any part of if to the value of or by P H I L L I P S A N D C O M P A N TEA AND COLONIAL KING INVESTMENT OF CAPITAL AND OUSEHOLDERS LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY AND ADAM TheRight MILNEH for JOHN WALBANKE WILLIAM BULKELY Lincolns WILLIAM Horton CHARLES j GRIFFITHS New BULLOCK New Bond This Company is framed to meet the desire of those who without safe and profitable investment for large or small at a higher rate of interest than can be obtained from the public and on as secure a The plan of the Company is to advance its funds upon the security of freehold or leasehold in connection with a life repayable by equal quarterly instalments ex tending over a period of and thus superseding building by providing for the ceasing of the payments in the event of the death of the This mode of while it offers the greatest tages to the affords to its members a perfect and a higher rate of interest than can be obtained The capital of is for the convenience of investment and into of which only will be The present rate of interest upon the paidup capital is 5 which will continue to be paid until a higher rate can be judiciously The Directors are prepared to receive between the hours of 10 and at the Companys 15 and Adam RICHARD on Personal or other approved Persons desirous of obtaining ADVANCES without delay on favourable and repayable by easy instalments extending over a lengthened are invited to JOIN the BRITISH MUTUALSUHSCRIPTION LOAN ASSURANCE established in connection with the British Mutual and every may be ob tained on application at the British Mutual Life New Rules each or MANCHESTER and LONDON LIFE AS SURANCE and LOAN King West The business of this Association is that Life and survivorship risks of every or Loans on equitable life assurance being contempo raneously on approved personal or any other suffi cient Assurance upon halfcredit scale of Endowments for on nonreturnable or returnable Policies payable to Whole world being perfect payable to bearer or at moderate additional Policies without extra to persons in the militia or not forfeited if killed in defending the country from Notices of the assignment of policies Medical referees paid by this Age of the life assured admitted on all reason able proof being Stamp duty on policies paid by the or 80 per every five amongst all policyholders entitled to CHARLES HENRY WILLIAM JAMES Actuary and Secre S PECIAL Life and Policyholders in other are invited to ex amine tlic and Provisions of the SCOTTISH PROVIDENT the only Society in which the advantages of Mutual Assurance can be obtained at moderate Since its establishment in it has issued up wards of covering Assurances exceeding a result the more satisfactory as no indiscriminate Commission has been paid for The whole regulations and administration of the Society are as liberal as is consistent with safety and right Every information either personally or by on application to GEORGE Resident London Now and to be had THE FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT PF THE Containing full details as to its Progress and Present Position and as to the First Division of Profits which has taken On the 30th instant will be price One the Seventeenth Number of BLEAK By CHARLES With Illustrations by HABLOT To be completed in Twenty uniform with David Bradbury and On the 30th instant will be price One the Fifth Number of HANDLEY CROSS JORROCKSS By the Author of Sponges Illustrated with Coloured Plates and Numerous Woodcuts by JOHN uniformly with Sponges and Price One T ETTRES dun ANGLAIS au TIMES sur LOUIS et le COUP Translated from the English by permission of the Author with Notes by the Editors of the Courrier de London Joseph Strand and at all Just price post AN ESSAY on SPERMATORRHCEA its OL Nature and With an Exposition of the Frauds that are practised by Persons who advertise the and effectual cure of this By a MEMBER of the ROYAL COLLEGE of London Aylott and IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN Sale on the 7th day of In theMatterof the Estate of ANNA MARIA LEAKE and MARIA ALICE an Owners CHRISTOPHER THE COMMISSIONERS on the 7th day of JULY at their Hen SELL by PUBLIC in Three as particularised in the LOT Part of the Abbey Lands of now called Rathkeale containing statute or there held under Lease for three renewable for subject to the Yearly Rent of present currency to renewal the fall of each life and for Tithe and producing a Yearly Profit Rent of LOT That part of the Town and Lands of in the Barony of Lower Conelloe and County of and statute or held for lives renewable for subject to the Yearly Rent of of the present currency to for Tithe and as a Renewal Fine on the fall of each and producing a Yearly Profit Rent of or LOT The two Eastern Divisions of and the Town and Lands of North and South in the Barony of Upper and County pf containing and or held for lives renewable for at the Yearly Rent of present currency to Gd Tithe and id as a renewal fine on the fall of each and yielding a Yearly Profit or Estimated value of Feefarm Grants of the above Lands will be obtained by the PetitionersSolicitor previous to the Sale Dated this 14th day of HENRY DESCRIPTIVE The Lands comprised in the foregoing Lots consist of por tions of theLandsof Rathkeale Abbey and and the Townland of and arc situated in the Parishes of Rathkeale and Baronies of Lower Connelloe and in the County of Limerick for Poorlaw pur in the Unions of Rathkeale and and electoral divisions of Rathkeale and Garry duff and acres and 1 statute LOT 1 Adjoins the Market and Post Town of upon which there is a Good and Commodious Dwelling with Out together with a large quantity of consisting of and Ornamental and the Lands are well Upwards of was expended in the Erection of the House on the The Lands have been let to the present Tenant at the Poor law Valuation pending the Sale LOT 2 Lies within half a mile of said Town of Rathkeale the which rest on are of a fruitful and well adapted for tillage or pasture LOT 3 Lies within two miles of the Market and Post Town of New and consists of a fruitful resting on clay ilate there are 35 acres of the lands under which con sists of and of about 30 years growth there has been also a large supply of Turbary attached to the and there has been a sum of expended on the Townland in thorough draining and which has vastly improved the property the Tenentry are all and have good interests in their farms there is also a very handsome Cot with Out suitable for the residence of a Gentle on this For Rentals and further apply at the Office of the and to DELMEGE Solicitors for Petit Lower and County To Solicitor for North Great And to JOSEPH Solicitor for Lower Sackville and EW FOLDING CHAIR BEDSTEAD WILLIAM BURTON lias pleasure in offering art entirely new and very ingenious WROUGHTIRON CHAIR which from its being extremely and portable when 2 11 in by 2 by 8 and easily and instantaneously convertible from a chair to a or vice presents to MILITARY OFFICERS and PARTIES TRAVEL ING an amount of comfort and elegance long but hitherto complete with best hair mattress and stuffed WILLIAM BURTON has TEN LARGE SHOW ROOMS all exclusive of the devoted solely to the show of GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGERY including Nickel Plated and Japanned Iron and Brass so arranged and classified that Pur chasers may easily and at onoe make their with sent per post The Money returned for every Article not approved OXFORDSTREET corner of 1 and NEWMANSTREET and 4 and PERRYS PLACE Whereas it has lately come to my know that some unprincipled person or persons for some time been imposing upon the by selling to the Trade and others a spurious article under the name of BONDS PERMANENT MARKING This is to give that I am the Original and Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer of the said do not employ any or authorise any person to represent themselves as coining from my Esta blishment for the purpose of selling the said This Caution is published by me to prevent further imposition upon the Pub and serious injury to Sole Execu trix and Widow of the late John
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