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SOCIETY, No. 26, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, London.

ASSURANCE SOCIETY,

ANCE COMPANY,
TRUSTEES.
57, Chancery-lane, London.

17, Cornhill, London.
The Right. Hon. Lord Monteagle.

Capital One Million.

Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 7 & 8 Vict. cap. 110. The Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron.

DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.
The Hon. Mr. Justice Coleridge.
BOWSTEAD, JOSEPH, Esq. Temple.

Richard Hartley Kennedy, esq. Chairman.
The Hon. Mr. Justice Erle.
COX, EDWARD WILLIAM, Esq. Temple.

George William Anderson, esq. Deputy Chairman.
Nassau W. Senior, esq. Master in Chancery.
DONNE, SAMUEL E. Esq. New Broad-street.

Sir H. Elphinstone, bart. M.P. Řev. David Robinson.
Chas. Purton Cooper, esq. Q.C. LL.D. F.R.S.
FONBLANQUE, JOHN S. M. Esg. St. John's-wood.

Harry G. Gordon, esq.

Job Savage, esq.
George Capron, esq.
JONES, WILLIAM, Esq. Crosby-square

Frederick Jones, esq.

John Shevell, esq.
DIRECTORS.
MAYNARD, JONAS ALLEYNE, Esq. Temple.

Rev. S. Tenison Mosse.

Archibald Spens, esq. J. E. Armstrong, esq. Charles Henry Moore, esq. MORRIS, JOHN MICHAEL, Esq. Moorgate-street.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS INSTITUTIOX. Thomas Wm. Capron, esq. Henry Hoyle Oldie, esq. MOURILYAN, JOSEPH NOAKES, Esq. Gray's-inn,

Assurances effected on all classes of Lives, including the Mr. Serjcant Clarke. Sir Francis Palgrare, F.R.S.

Lives of persons proceeding to, or residing in India and MURRAY, WILLIAM, Esq. London-street. John Ellis Clowes, esq. J. Phillimore, D.C.L., F.R.S. SYMONS, JELINGER COOKSON, Esq. Temple.

other parts of the World, of Officers actively employed in William I. Denne, esq. George W. K. Potter, esq. TORR, JOHN SMALE, Esq. Chancery-lane.

Military or Naval Service, and of persons afflicted with Sir Fortunatus Dwarris. F. Newman, Rogers, esq. WITHALL, WILLIAM, Esq. Parliament-street.

bodily or mental infirmities. Francis Ewart, esq.

Q.C.
WORDSWORTH, CHARLES, Esq. Temple.

Endowments granted to Widows and existing or future
Samuel I. Fearon, esq.
Nassau W. Senior, esq.

Children.
N. Hollingsworth, esq.

AUDITORS.
E. Wilbraham, esq. Q.C.

Tables of rates adapted to suit the circumstances and conJ. Herbert Koe, esq. Q.C.

Ayrton, W. Scrope, esq. Dorset-square.

venience of every class of Policy-holders.
AUDITORS,
Church, John Thomas, esq. Bedford-row.

Indian rates of Premium much lower than in any existing J. T. Graves, esq. F.R.S. Eric Rudd, esq.

Hand, Robert William, esq. Stafford.

Company. R. J. Phillimore, D.C.L. George Lake Russell, esq.

Jones, Joseph, esq. Welshpool.

Age of the Assured, in every case, admitted in the Policy.
BAXKERS.
Reeves, John Frederick, esq. Taunton.

Impaired state of health admitted in Policies oa laralid
Messrs. Hoare, Fleet-street.

PHYSICIAN.

Lives.
SOLICITORS.
David Lewis, M.D. 23, Finsbury-place.

EXTRACTS FROM THE TABLES.
Messis. Rooper, Birch, and Ingram, Lincoln's-inn-fields.

SURGEON

EUROPEAN RATES.

LXDIAX RATES. Messrs. Sir Matthew Barrington, Son, and Jeffers, Dublin. Bransby B. Cooper, esq. F.R.S. New-street, Spring-gardens MEDICAL OFFICERS.

Annual Prem. for 1000 Rupecs.

BANKERS.
Robert Willis, M.D. | John Scott, M.D.

Annual Premium for
B. Atkinson, esq.
The London and Westminster Bank (Bloomsbury Branch)."

£100.
SOLICITORS.

Civil Ser. Mitary Ser-
ACTUARY AND SECRETARY.
Messrs. John and William Galsworthy, Ely-place.

Half Premium Table.

vice.

vice. J. J. Sylvester, esq. M.A., F.R.S.

This Society transacts all the usual business of Life As.
This Society grants Insurances upon the lives of persons surance.

First Remain-
in every profession and station wherever resident.
It is based upon a principle which will combine the bene-

der of
Age Seven

Age
fits of Mutual Assurance with the guarantee of a Subscribed
Four-fifths of the profits are divided among the assured.

Years. Life.
The rates are calculated on the lowest scale consistent with Capital of ONE MILLION STERLING.
security, from the Government returns. The payments may Whilst perfect security is thus given, the number and cha.

€ g. d. s. d.

Rs. Rs.

R. be made, pearly, half-yearly, and quarterly, during life, or racter of the Shareholders (consisting of nearly 500 Members

20 1 0 22 04 20 20 31 31 for a limited period. of the Legal Profession), will command a large amount of

30 5 10 2 11

30 26 38 36 45 Assurances for the whole Term of Life may also be effected business, and consequent advantages will arise to the As.

40 1 15 9 3 11 6 40

48 upon an Increasing Scale, commencing at a rate much below sured.

50 2 14 5 5 8 10 50

65 52

70 the ordinary Premiums, and exempt from any augmentation Tables of Premiums have been prepared expressly for this

60 4 11 0 9 2 0 60 62 90

93 for a period of seven years.

Office, by F. G. P. Neison, Esq. F.L.S., calculated on the The Board meets every Wednesday, at half-past Three nearest approximation to the real law of mortality. o'clock, to receive proposals and transact other business ; but These Tables will be found to afford peculiar encourage- Prospectuses and every requisite information may be obe any assurance for which immediate despatch is required may ment to the assurance of young lives. They embrace parti. tained on application at the office. be effected on the same day that it is proposed. cipating and non-participating scales.

GEORGE N. WRIGHT, MA. Manazer. In cases where a life assured by another has gone beyond In the participating class, the Assured will be entitled to the limits prescribed by the policy, without the knowledge of have four.fifths of the profits divided amongst them periodithe party interested, the Society will, upon his application, cally, either by way of addition to the amount assured, or in

THE REPORTS. and proof of the life being then in a satisfactory state of diminution of premium, as the parties may elect. No dehealth (but subject to their medical officers' approval of the duction will be made from such profits for interest of capital. risk as applicable to such life), renew the policy upon the or for a guarantee fund.

The following are the names of gentlemen who tavour the same terms as they would have required for its continuance The Premiums may be paid half-yearly or annually, or by

Law Tines with the Reports
had their consent been previously obtained.
a single payment.

PRIVY COUNCIL by THOMAS CAMPBELL FOSTER, of
The usual commission allowed to all solicitors.
Assurances may be effected through any respectable Soli-

the Middle Temple, Esq. Barrister-at-Lav.
citor, or by writing to the Secretary.

EQUITY COURTS.
NIT KINGDOM LIFE

The Directors mcet on Thursdays at Two o'clock; but LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT by RICHARD GEise
ASSUR-

Assurances may be effected on any day, by applying between FITAS WELFORD, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister. ANCE COMPANY,

the hours of Ten and Four, at the Offices of the Society, at-Law. 8, WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL, LONDON, where Prospectuses and all other requisite information may VICE-CHANCELLOR of ENGLAND'S COURT, by Established by Act of Parliament in 1834.

be obtained.

CHARLES JOHN GILL, GEORGE GOLDSMITH, Esq. of the Middle Temple, BerDIVISION OF PROFITS AMONG THE ASSURED

57, Chancery-lane.

Secretary.

rister-at-Law.

ROLLS COURT, by J. MACAULAY, Esq. of the Inner James Stuart, esq. Chairman.

THE

INTEREST

Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
Hananel De Castro, esq. Deputy Chairman,
Samuel Anderson, esq.
Charles Graham, esq.

SOCIETY, No. 17, King's Arms Yard, Coleman. VICE-CHANCELLOR KNIGHT BRUCE'S COURT LJ Hamilton Blair Avarne, esq. F. Charles Maitland, esq. street, London. Established 1823. Actual paid up Capital Geo. S. ALLNUTT, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barriate

at-Law. above half a million. Edw. Boyd, esq. Resident. William Railton, esq. Reversionary property, life policies, and deferred annui- VICE-CHANCELLOR WIGRAM'S COURT, by J. Veset E. Lennox Boyd, esq. Asst. John Ritchie, esq. Resident. F. H. Thomson, esq.

ties, purchased to any amount, and the full value given, Dawson, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Lar. Charles Downes, esq. without putting the vendor to any unnecessary trouble or

COMMON LAW COURTS.
Surgeon-F. Hale Thomson, esq. 48, Berners-street.
expense. Daily attendance from ten to four.

The QUEEN'S BENCH, by ADAN BITTLESTON, Esq. of
This Company, established by Act of Parliament, affords

the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and EDVARD Wise, the most perfect security in a large paid-up Capital, and in

Now Ready,

Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. the great success which has attended it since its commence- VOX'S

LAW CASES. The COURT of COMMON PLEAS, by Paul PARXELL, ment in 1834,

Part

Esq. of the Middle Temple.
Its Annual Income being upwards of

58. Parts I. to IV. may also be had, price 58. each.
£82,000.

the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law; and H. Broox, Also,

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Lar.
In 1841 the Company added a Bonus of 21. per cent, per

Price 5s.

dle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. class from the time they were effected. The Bonus added to policies from March, 1834, to the 31st

The EXCHEQUER CHAMBER by HERBERT Bzoox,

TOX and · ATKINSON'S REGISTRA. Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Dec. 1840, is as follows:

TION APPEALS. Nos. 5 and 6, price 1s. 6d. each : Sum Assured. Time Assured. Sum added to Policy | containing the Appeals from the last Registration. Or in a

BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT COURTS. 5,000 6 Yrs. 10 Months. £083 68. 8d.

The COURT of REVIEW by GEO. S. ALLNUTT, Esq. of the 5,000 6 Years

600
part containing all the Appeals from the commencement to

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
5,000

the present time, priee 78.0d.
4 Years
400 0 0

LONDON COMMISSIONERS' COURTS and the IN.
5,000
2 Years

200 0 0

EAL PROPERTY and CONVEYAN- SOLVENT COURT, by Paul PAENELL, Esq. of the The Premiums nevertheless are on the most moderatescale, CING CASES. Part VII. Vol. 11., price 6s. And BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT, by F. T. Allex, Esq.

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Lav. and only one-half need be paid for the Vol. 1. complete, half-bound in law calf, price 33s. 60. irst Five Years, where the Insurance is for Life. LAW TIMES Office, 29, Essex-street, Strand; and by order

of Lincoln's-inn, Barrister-at-Law. Every information will be afforded on application to the

of all Booksellers in Town and Country.

NISI PRIUS, CIRCUITS, AND CROWN CASES. Resident Directors, EDWARD BOYD, Esq. and E. LEN

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, by B. C. ROBIXSON,

ENLARGED TO THIRTY-TWO PAGES. NOX BOYD, Esq. of No. 8, Waterloo-place, Pall-mall,

Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. London,

THE CRITIC. — This Family Literary CROWN CASES (before all the Judges) by A. BITTLE

STON, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
LITERARY JOURNAL IN EUROPE.

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Just published,

No. 83, for this day, price only 4d. or 5d. stamped, con- ASPINALL, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. The other parts of
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WESTERN CİRCUIT, by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq. of the

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botely pre rodite band he opposed biti PURE NERVOUS or MENTAL COMPLAINTS

THE LAW

DIGEST.-A complete Index

SUPERIOR FOREIGN WINES on

FLOOR:CLOTHMWAREHOUSE NO. 253, sering the hade voor ending our chien est of January, and it is

Miscellaneous.

YACHTING, DRIVING;, and ANGLING. Save from Thirty to Forty per Cent. at least by purchasing your
The NEW DREADNOUGHT COATS and CAPES, made by ST

TATIONERY AT PARTRIDGE'S,
J.C.CORDING, will be found by Snilors and Sportsmen to be the best 128, CHANCERY-LANE, five doors froin FLEET-STREET,

WHOLESALE STATIONER and PAPER MAKER'S AGENT, SHOOTING SEASON.- The Oldest GUN and articles ever rondle up for their use. They will receive thue obseriest roinaand

The following is the present list of prices for good Papers, all of Strand, near Temple Bar. B. COGSWELL (late Essex), begs to in- their waterproof qualities. Trousers, leggings, sou-westers, caps, and which can be warranted as the best of their descriptions :

Thin Bath Note Papers ..

from 29. 6d. per ream. forin Gentlemen his Stock for the Season is large, and comprises gloves, of the same proofing; Officers and others going to the colonies

Good will find these articles invaluable. Gentlemen who drive should use

ditto every London Maker of eminence, which B. C. respectfully requests

at 3s. 6d.

Best gentlemen to inspect before purchasing; reference may be had to the CORDING'S new waterproof driving aprons and coats, the most service

at 4s. 6d.

Satin Note Paper .... innkers, and a trial allowed; and to those gentlemen who prefer less able and complete things of the kind, and approved by all who have tried

at 5s. 6d.

Best Satin ditto them. Ladies' light riding capes, with hoods and sleeves. CORD

at 5s. 6d. expensive gun, B. C. is enabled to offer sound double Guns, from 63s.

The New Cream - coloured ditto in cases complete, from 5 gainens ; Single Guns, from 21s. each; ING'S improved sheet India rubber boots are superior to any thing Pocket Pistols, from 14%. ; Holster Pistols, from 27s. per pair and uphitherto made for the comfort of anglers and snipe-shooters. They are

at 5s. 60.

Letter Papers of each of the above qualities at the same proporwards; six barrels, self-revolving Pistols in cases complete, from 3 light, pliable, and never crack; impervious to water for any length of

tionate prices. guineas each. Every article in shooting apparatus, of the best quality time, and require no dressing to keep them in condition. Patterns and

The best Envelopes in London reduced to 48.9d. per 1,000, assorted. at the lowest prices; a large assortment of Sykes's improved Travel. prices sent on application. Any description of article made to order. ling Bottles in leather, wicker, and metal; Joyce's anti-corrosive Per

London: J.C.CORDING, 231, Strand, five doors west of Temple Bar. Partridge's extra-superfine brilliant Wax 38. 9d. per lb. cussion Caps, chemically prepared. Gun Waddings and Wire Car

Superfine ditto, generally called the best 3s. Od.

Good office Wa.. widges. Repairs executed with the greatest attention and dispatch.

Ps. Od.
Best Irish Wafers, warranted

3s. Od.
dispute, that in order to obtain really fine Coffee, there must be Partridge's Steel Pens are well known for the ease and freedom with
DISCOVERY.-Mr. HOWARD, Sur-

a combination of the various kinds; and to produce strength and which they write; they are manufactured with the greatest care, of the 52, Fleet-street, hegs to introduce an ENTIRELY flavour, certain proportions should be mixed according to their different best material, very carefully selected, and every Pen warranted, at NEW ,

18.3d. per gross. Seconds Pens, 4d. per gross. wires, or ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural Teeth as Cofee at ls. 8d, which is the astonishment and delight of all who have Partridge's Magnum Bonum Pens, 3s. per gross. not to be distinguished from the original by the closest observer; they tasted it, being the produce of four countries, selected and mixed by will NEVER CHANGE COLOUR or DECAY, and will be found very rule peculiar to our establishment, in proportions not known to any

AN INFALLIBLE HAIR DYE. superior to any Teeth ever before used. This method does not require other house. the extraction of roots or any painful operation, and will give support From experiments we have made on the various kinds of Coffee, we

OWLAND'S MELACOMIA, the most successand

preserve teeth that are loose, and guaranteed to restore articu. have arrived at the fact, that no one kind possesses strength and flavour. lation and mastication; and that Mr. Howard's improvements may be If we select a very strong Coffee it is wanting in flavour; by the same rule for Dyeing the Hair of the Head, Whiskers, Mustachios, and Eyewithin the reach of the most economical, he has fixed his charges at we find the finest and most favourous Coffees are generally wanting in brows a natural and permanent brown or black, so exactly resembling the lowest scale possible. Decayed teeth rendered sound and useful strength; and as they are usually sold each kind separately, quite re- the natural colour of the bair as to defy detection. It is perfectly inin mastication.-52, Fleet-street. At home from Teu till Five.

gardless of their various properties, the consumer is not able to obtain nocent in its nature, is free from any unpleasant ymell, and can be

really fiuc coffee at any price. There is also another peculiar advantage used by any lady or gentleman with the greatest ease and secrecy. WANTED to PURCHASE we possess over other houses-our roasting apparatus being constructed Its effect is so permanent that neither water nor perspiration will in

on decidedly scientific principles, whereby the strong aromatic flavour Auence it; and it is entirely free from those properties (usual in hairfrom 2001. to 5001, worth of SECOND-HAND FORNITURE, in large or small quantities, for which a fair price will be given in cash,

of the Coffee is preserved, which, in the ordinary process of roasting, is dyes) which give an unnatural red of purple tint to the hair. Price, 58. without any deduction for valuation, and remored at the purchaser's entirely destroyed; and as we are coffee roasters, we are enabled to prepared by A. ROWLAND aud son, 20, Hatton Garden, Loudon.

Sold by them and by Chemists and Perfumers.
expense: Linen, china, glass, books, pictures, and musical instrnments keep a full supply of fresh roasted Cotfee continually, after the Parisian
included, if required.

And Continental method.
Apply to Mr.J. CHAPMAN, No. 6, Grcat Russell-street, Covent-
The rapid and still incrensing demand for this Coffee has caused great

DRAWING-ROOM,
garden.---Valuations.
our papers and profess to sell a similar article. We, therefore, think it

LIBRARY, And DINING ROOM, in ITALIAN ALABASTER, right to CAUTION the public, and to state that our superior mixture MARBLE, BRONZE, and DERBYSHIRE SPAR: consisting of a

of four conntries is a discovery of our own, and therefore the propor- great variety of Vases, Figures, Groups, Inkstands, Candlesticks, taining a full description of weights, sizes, and prices, by which

tions are not known, nor can it be bad at any other house. In fuiure Tables, Paper-weights, &c. Imported and manufactured by J. TENwe shall distinguish it from all others as

NANT, laté MAWE, 149, Strand. Students in Geology, Mineralogy, purchasers are enabled to judge the articles that are best suited to make a good set of bedding. Sent free by post, on application to their

SPARROW'S CONTINENTAL COFFEE, at Is. 8d. per Ib. or Conchology, can be supplied with Elementery Collections to illus. establishment, the largest in London, exclusively for the manufacture

Packert in tims of all sizes perfectly air-tight for the country. trate these increasing branches of Science, at 2, 5, 10, to 20 guineas and sale of bedding (no bedsteads or other furniture being kept):

-
We have also strong and useful Coffees, from ls. to ls. 4d.

each; together with an extensive assortment of Shells, Minerals, and t HEAL and son, Feather Dressers and Bedding Manufacturers, 196, leading through into 22, Dean-street.

Tea Establishment, 95, High Holborn, adjoining Day and Martin's, Fossils; Sopwith's Geological Models, Maps, Books, &c. * opposite the Chapel, Tottenham-court-road,

Private Instruction is given in Mineralogy, with a view to facilitate
HENRY SPARROW, Proprietor. the study of Geology, by I. TENNANT, Mineralogist to her Majesty,

149, Strand, London,
PURE NERVOUS OR MENTAL COMPLAINTS, CURED ONLY
enormous duty on this beautiful and wholesome Spirit, compara-

BY REV. DR. WILLIS MOSELEY.

New Publications. have, therefore, had no opportunity of testing its merits. VINCENT

were never cured by any with certainty till the Rev. Dr. Willis and PUGH, after innumerable experiments and immense outlay in machinery, have at length arrived at that acme of distillation which has Moseley cured himself, and he is the only person now who understands

AN INDEX TO THE LAW. or can cure mental disease as certainly as bodily complaints are cured enabled them to produce an ARTICLE equal in every respect to the Enest Foreign. Vincent and Pugh introduce this splendid matchless thirty years, and out of 12,000 applicants in the last twelve years knows by other persons. Dr. W. M. has been in the habit of doing this for

Just published. spirit to the public for their opinion and approbation, which they trust

not twenty uncured who have followed his advice. Depression of it merits, not only for quality bat price, being enabled to offer it at spirit, inquietude, sleeplessness, involuntary blushing, dislike of society; 3 (VINCENT & PUGH), and sealed for security as to its genuineness. are most specvily cured by the EXTRA MEAYS"f cure at his house, ending the 1st of January last. Price 58. 6d. in a stout

To be had of all the respectable retail dealers in and about the metropolis, or of their agent, Mr. Charles Hodder, Castle, Moorgate-street,

and with no less certainty, but not as soon, at their own. The means wrapper. To be continued half-yearly. City, and wholesale, Vincent and Pagh, Distillery, 16, New Park- with cases, testimoniale, symptoms, cnres. &r will be sent to any ad find in a moment what has been the law decided on any sub

of cure are sent to all parts. A NEW PAMPHLET for NOTHING, “The object of this Digest is to enable the Practitioner to street, Borough, and 10, Rood-lane, City.

dress, and franked home, it one stamp is enclosed. At home from 11 to The public attention is particularly called to their Pale Brown 3, 18, Bloomsbury-street, Bedford-square.

ject, with reference to the authorities. British Brandy, which is allowed to be matchless.

“This laborious undertaking is intended to supply the

practitioner with a ready reference to all the law decided SALE

Strand, near Temple Dar. Established 1915. 142, Strand.-Old Ports, Sherries, Madeiras, &c. &c., several years

JOHN WILSON begs respectfully to remind the Public that he con- if , to be continued halfin bottle. Private families may be supplied with any of the above tinues to supply seasoned Floor-Cloth at the lowest price at which the simple and convenient. All the cases reported during the wines, selected from the best vintages and bottle with great care, by best article can be manufactured. He begs an inspection of his pre J. WRIGHT, late of Mark-lane, comprising many thousand dozens.

half year are arranged under their proper subjects, and these sent stock, which for soundness of quality, and variety of pattern, canFincat old Ports, from three to five years in bottle.. 429, 488. 50g. not be surpassed.

are placed alphabetically. If, therefore, the practitioner Sherries, various, dirto, ditto 368. to 48s.

wants to ascertain what cases have been decided, say on the West India Madeira

42s. 569. Superb old East India....

60s. , 72s. Very old Malmsey, in pints

509. Bronti ditto, and of the best quality

most scientific principles,

thoroughly clcansing between the will find every case, wheresoever reported, bricly digested 24s.

teeth, vben used up and down, and polishing the surface when used with reference to the report or reports, if more than one, Most of the above may be had in pints, delivered free within five

crossways. This Brush so entirely enters between the closest teeth, where it appears. Besides this, there is an index to the milcs of the metropolis. that the inventors have decided upon naming it the TOOTHPICK

names of cases, and to the names both of defendants and
BRUSH; therefore ask for it under that name, marked and numbered
INVENTION OF 1829.

as under-riz.-full-sized
Brushes, marked T.P? W. No. 1, liard ; No.2, plaintiffs, so that if one be forgotten the case may still

be HOCKIN'S PREPARATION of SEÚDLITZ POWDER in One T. P.N. No. 5, hard; No. 6, less hard ; No 7, middling : No. 8, soft and that in which it differs from any other digest, is, that Bottle, which keeps in every situntion. The Dose can be apportioned

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und some of than does either of the others for a whole year, and the mere

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Over Wyersdale, Bolton-by-the-Sands, Farleton, Claugh. The DELL, one of the most admired Bijoux of Windsor The Estate of New Place, with its Mansion and farnoas ton and Halton, Lancashire.

Park, and long distinguished for its unrivalled and sur- Trout Fishery, close to Alresford, Hants, about eight prisingly magnificent View of the Castle.

miles from Winchester and 18 from Southampton.

To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr.

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caster, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of AUGUST next, at

respectfully announce that the late sale of this

are commissioned to SELL by AUCTION, at the Five o'clock in the afternoon (unless previously disposed of estate having been abandoned, they are commissioned by Mart, near the Bank of England, in AUGUST by private contract, of which due notice will be given), the the noble proprietor to SUBMIT to PUBLIC SALE, at (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made by valuable and highly desirable FREEHOLD ESTATES, the Auction Mart, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, at Private Contract), the above valuable FREEHOLD PRO. situate in the townships of Over Wyersdale, Bolton-by-the Twelve (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously PERTY; comprising the mansion of New Place,

on apSands, Farleton, Claughton, and Halton, all in the county made by private contract), the above delightful and prominent feature amidst the picturesque scenery of Lancaster, late the property of J. Stout, Esq. dec.; con- highly distinguished FREEHOLD VILLA, at Bishops- proaching the town of Alresford from Winchester, at pretaining together 1300 statute acres, or thereabouts, namely, gate, a remarkably dry and healthy spot, overlooking sent occupied by Lady Paxton, who will give early ponses. 814 of inclosed lands, and 486 of uninclosed lands, which one of the most romantic portions of the park, through sion. The house stands elevated, surrounded by well-planted will be offered in the following or such other lots as may be which is its beautiful drive of only three miles to Wind- grounds, having an extensive and important frontage upon agreed upon at the time of sale, and subject to such condi-sor. It contains an elegant and spacious suite of recep

the high road, from which it is screened by ornamental tions as will be then and there produced, consisting of tion rooms and carved oak library, and altogether accommo

plantations. The estate comprises, in a most perfect and Lot 1. IN OVER WYERSDALE.-All that substantial and dation for a large family, with haudsome conservatories, compact ring fence, about 105 acres, part very, valuable commodious Messuage or Farm-house, with the outbuild- partly surrounding the house, capital stabling and coach

water meadows, extending to and embracing the river, ings, garden, homestead, and the several closes of arable, houses, &c. walled garden, complete farm-yard and cottage,

which bounds it on the lower or north side for a mile, afford. meadow, pasture, and wood land thereto belonging, situate entrance lodge, beautiful pleasure grounds, lawn and padling some of the best trout fishing in the county. It is a reand being at Over Wyersdale, in the county of Lancaster, docks, in all about 17 acres, abundantly supplied with spring markably healthy and a famous sporting part of the country: and known as the "Catshaw Estate," and containing alto. and soft water. A cottage and about seven acres, a little - It may be viewed with cards, which, with particulars and gether 373a. 3r. 22p. Catshaw Fell, an excellent moor land detached, might be a separate lot. The whole is in the most lithographic plans, may be had at Messrs. Jacob and Joha. pasture, 486a. Or. Op: This estate is tithe free, distant from perfect order, and the purchaser may treat for the elegant son's library, Winchester ; at the hotels. Southampton; at the county town of Lancaster nine miles, and from the mar. and useful fittings and furniture with the estate, so as to

the Auction Mart; of Messrs. DUNN, CARTER, and ket town of Garstang five miles, and is now in lease to Mr. have immediate possession.

HOPKINS, Solicitors, Alresford ; and of Messrs. DANIEL William Rhodes, of which three years will be unexpired on This enviable retreat can only be viewed with cards, which, SMITH and son, Land Agents, in Waterloo-place, Pall. the 14th day of February next. The Farm-buildings are with particulars, may be had at their offices in Waterloo- mall. substantial and commodious, and replete with every convenio place, Pall-mall; or of Messrs. PEMBERTON, CRAWence. The land (which is principally in meadow and pasture) | LEY, and GARDINER, Solicitors, Whitehall.place.

The Sedgehill Estate and Farm in Wilts, on the Borders of has recently been improved at a very considerable expense,

NOTICE as to the GREAT ESTATE of WHITTLESEA. Dorsetshire, altogether about 310 Acres, in the rich l'ale and is of excellent quality as a stock farm. In lease with

between Shaftesbury and Fonthill, in a famous Sporting the farm, are 310 sheep, of different kinds, as specified in

Country. the lease, which the lessee is bound to leave upon the pro

are commissioned by the noble Proprietors to an

ESSRS. DANIEL SMITH and SON perty at the end of the term. The Wood upon this estate, nounce that the SALE of this very important and valuable which extends over about 15 acres, is to be taken by the pur- FREEHOLD PROPERTY, which was withdrawn last

are directed to OFFER for PUBLIC SALE, chaser at a valuation, which will be produced at the time of sale. year, will positively take place at the Auction Mart, in at the Mart, near the Bank of England, .. FRIDAY

LOT 2. IN BOLTON-BY-THE-SANDS.-All those two mes. September next (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously AUGUST 7, at Twelve (unless an acceptable offer stall guages or farm- houses, with the outbuildings, folds, gar. made).

The Estate of Whittlesea lies near the city of be previously made by Private Contract), in two lots, a very dens, and orchards, and the several closes or parcels of land Peterborough, and comprises the vast manors of Whit. desirable FREEHOLD Gentleman's RESIDENCE, 01 & thereto belonging, and occupied therewith, known by the tlesea, embracing nearly 25,000 acres, and in which are

moderate scale, though capable of accommodating a good esta name of the " Bolton Holme Estate," situate at Bolton-by. nearly 200 or 300 copyholders, paying quit-rents and blishment. It is a modern house, of a handsome uniform elethe-Sands, in the county of Lancaster, and containing alto- fines, the greater part of the Aourishing town of Whit- vation, with all suitable offices, stabling, walled garden, farm gether 82a. Ir. Op:

tlesea, the bank premises, several private residences, inns, buildings, lodge, &c. surrounded by a very rich little par This estate, which is in the occupation of Mr. Christopher shops, &c. being held of the said manor. Also, 'above studded with fine oak and other timber, commanding SOTEE Heaton, as yearly tenant, is most delightfully situated on the shores of Morecambe Bay, commands extensive views farms, and let at low rents, to a highly respectable and in range of hills and domain of Pitt House; the seat of Joka 2,100 acres of most fertile land, divided into compact highly picturesque scenery, embracing the finely

varied of the Westmoreland and Cumberland mountains, and pos- telligent tenantry, with some very valuable dispersed parcels Benett, esq. and portions of the Foothill Estate, together sesses building sites rarely equalled for beauty and extensive of land adjoining,

and contiguous to the town, portions eli- with a valuable Farm adjoining, with all requisite building, prospect. The dwelling-houses and farm buildings are gible for building. Also, the Advowson of the Vicarage of labourers' cottages, &c. Also (in a separate lot), a highly suitable and commodious, and in complete repair. The St. Mary, and the Freehold Rent Charges in lieu of tithes, conditioned and compact Farm, of about 170 acres, in the land is in excellent condition,

and of superior quality, and extending over nearly 18,000 acres. There is a navigable parish of Sedgebill, with a neat farm-house and homestead, conveniently situated within a mile of the picturesque village river and canal through the estate

, and the railway from all recently put into substantial repair, and let to slights of Bolton-by-the-Sands, and about four miles from the mar: Peterborough to Ely, &c. passes through Whittlesca.–Par- respectable tenant. The estates may be viewed by applica: ket town of Lancaster. The Lancaster and Carlisle Rail . ticulars will be published when the day and arrangements son on the premises; and descriptive particulars, with

plass way, about to be opened, passes through a portion of the of sale are fixed, and in the interim infuruation may be had may be had at the inps at Shaftesbury, Salisbury, &c.; of estate, and will bring the property within three hours of of Messrs. JONES, BATEMAN, and BENNETT, Solici. J. BATTEN, Esq. Solicitor, Yeovil; and of DANIEL both Manchester and Liverpool. Annexed to this estate is tors, Lincoln's-inn;' of Mr. John 'Waddelow, of Whittlesea, SMITH and 'son, Land Agents, in Waterloo-place, Pall. * pew, on the north side of the parish church.

who will shew the estates ; and of Messrs. DÁNIEL SMITH mall, London. LOT 3. IN FARLETON.-AU that mossuage or dwelling and SON, Land Agents, in Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, who house and farm buildings, with the several closes, inclosures, are authorized to receive offers for the whole property by HANTS.-Borough of Petersfield, near Southampton, Ports. or parcels of arable, meadow, and pasture land, occupied private contract. therewith, situate in the township of Farleton, in the county Surrey.- A Capital Mansion, and Sixty Acres of Land, about

mouth, and the Isle of Wight, and within about two miles

of the intended direct London and Portsmouth Railway; of Lancaster, now in the occupation of Mr. Robert Burrow,

Ten Miles from London, as yearly tenant, and containing 56a. Ir. 4p.

Delightful Gentleman's Residence, &e. AU that allotment or parcel of land situate in Claughton, MESSRS. DANIEL SMITH and SON MAUCTION, at the Red Lion Hotel, Petenfeld, on

R. MINCHIN is instructed to SELL by occupied with the last described premises, and containing respectfully announce that they will shortly offer ba. 27. 16p.-62a. 3r. 20p.

for SALE by AUCTION (unless previously disposed of by THURSDAY, the 13th day of AUGUST, 1846, at Twelve This estate is situate about two miles from the town of Private Contract), a most excellent and gentlemanly FREE- o'clock at noon, one of the most pleasingly diversified Es. Hornby (where a market for cattle is held every fortnight), HOLD MANSION, near a railroad, upon a dry gravelly tates in the county, entirely Freehold, and free from Land and seven miles from the market.town of Lancaster. soil, with about sixty acres of land, very fine ornamental Tax and Rectorial Tithes. It is situate in the parishes of

LOT 4. IN CLAUGHTON.-All those four closes or parcels timber, and a handsome sheet of water, good gardens, grape. Steep and Froxfield, and comprises a VILLA RESIDENCE, of land, situate in the township of Claughton, in the county houses, icehouse, warm and cold baths, and every luxury and several FARMS, a RENT-CHARGE of 300l. per ansam, in of Lancaster, in the occupation of Mr. Robert Burrow, as comfort that can be desired. The house is in perfect repair, lieu of Rectorial Tithes, and a MANOR. Also a Moiety yearly tenant, and containing together 5a. 3r. 26p.

and contains handsome drawing and dining-rooms, library of a COPYHOLD WATER CORN-MILL; the whole of Lot 3. In Halton.-All that messuage or farm-house, billiard and morning rooms, all of good proportions, and which will be sold in 26 Lots, so that purchasers may bay with the outbuildings, garden, and orchard, and the several averaging about thirty by twenty feet each. The situation either to a large or small extent, and either for occupation or closes of rich meadow, pasture, and arable land thereto be, is dry, healthy, and airy, and there is a constant and ample investment. longing, situate at Halton, in the county of Lancaster, and supply of the finest water. The handsome furniture may be The Villa, with about 100 acres of Land, forms the first known by the name of the "Mansion House Estate," and had with the house.-For further particulars, with cards to lot, and it is called Ashford Lodge, and is unquestionably a containing in the whole 82a. Or. 35p.

view, apply at their offices in Waterloo-place, Pall-mall. most delightful spot. The house contains dining, dra ving, This estate, which comprises some of the best land in the

and morning rooms, and all necessary domestic apartments; neighbourhood, is well adapted for separate lots, and may

St. Leonard's, in Windsor Park.-The splendid seat of the the pleasure grounds are tastefully laid out, and contain a be offered for sale in portions to suit the wishes of pur.

late William Dawson, esq. for the last four years occupied beautiful sheet of water; the stables, coach-houses, and chasers. With the exception of a small parcel of land,

by Lord Haddo, delightfully situated adjoining St. other outbuildings are sufficiently large; there are good gaz. called “Bank and Croft," containing 2a. Or. 35p. it is in

Leonard's Hill (the noble seat of Colonel Harcourt), dens, with gardener's cottage, &c. The Villa is embo. the occupation of Mr. Thos. Cornthwaite, under à lease for

amidst

the most romantic and elevated portions of the somed in hills of great height, and the scenery from it is of a term of seven years, from Candlemas and May Day, 1841.

Royal Park, with a magnificent view of the Castle, the the most pleasing and majestic character; but within the Lot 6.-- Also, all that messuage or farm-house, with the

Thames, and rich surrounding country; also a former limits of an advertisement it is impossible better to describe outbuildings, garden, and several closes or parcels of meadow,

portion of the forest adjoining, studded with venerable it than as a situation singularly adapted for a gentleman's pasture, and arable land, thereto belonging, situate at Halton timber, offering a choice site for building.

country residence. The present tenant is Admiral Hawker. aforesaid, and containing altogether 47a. 2r. 29p.

Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, and 12, comprise Farms of various

have the honour to announce to the nobility and sizes, completely surrounding the villa. as yearly tenant.

others seeking a capital and beautifully-situated residence, Lots 6, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21, and 23, consist of several Lot 7. Also, also all that Messuage or Farm-house, with that they are instructed to SUBMIT to PUBLIC SALE,

at Messuages and Cottages, abutting on the estate, with small the garden and outbuildings, and the several closes or par. the Auction Mart, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, at Twelve quantities of Land attached thereto. cels of excellent meadow, pasture, and arable land, occupied (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made by Lots 16, 18, and 22, are plots of Meadow Land. therewith, situate at Halton aforesaid, and containing private contract), in two Lots, the above most justly-admired Lots 17 and 20 comprise nearly 50 acres of Land, princi. 91a. 2r. llp. This farm is also in the occupation of Mr. and elegant noble MANSION, admitted to stand uurivalled pally covered with fine thriving oak timber. George Shuttleworth, as yearly tenant.

(except, perhaps, by its princely neighbour St. Leonard's. Lot 24 consists of a moiety of a Water Corn-mill. LOT 8. Also, all those four closes or parcels of excellent hill) in the whole circle of the court. The mansion Lot 25, comprises the rent charge of 3001. per antam, in meadow and pasture land, situate at Hálton aforesaid, and is modern and of an elegant and chaste style of ar lieu of rectorial tithes of the parish of known by the names, and containing the respective quan- chitecture, placed on the verge of romantic and Lot 26, 10-13ths of the Manor of Ashfor; and

Upon the estate titie, following; that is to say,- Broad Meadow, 5a. Or. 25p.; finely-wooded eminence, perfectly secluded, overlook (which

abounds with rock stone, &c.)

are splendid sites fa Back Arrows Meadow, 1a. 07. 21p;; Do. do. 2a. or. 19p. ; ing a lovely vale and a great breadth of the Royal the erection of buildings, and the entire property being Back Arrows Top, 3a. Ir. 36p. ; total, 118. 3r. 21p.

park, with the magnificent Castle towering in the back within the borough of Petersfield, will confer a right to rade Lot 9. Also, all that close of land, situate in Halton ground, with the rich banks of the Thames, Eton College, therein. aforesaid, and known by the name of " Nithingbaugh," and other interesting objects. The house contains a splen. Full descriptive particulars, with lithographed plans containing 2a. Ir. 27p.

did suite of rooms with east and south aspects, a beautiful and conditions of sale, may be had on application to the LOT 10. Also, all that close of Land, situate in Halton conservatory, paved terrace, &c. surrounded by a rich small Auctioneer,

at Petersfield, at the various inns in the neightaforesaid, and known by the name of " Mill Flat,"contain- park of nearly

100 acres, adorned with handsome timber, bourhood ; of Messrs. Osborne and Garret, Estate Agents, ing 3a. Or. 4p:

noble avenue of elms, a sheet of water, with extensive ter? Fareham Messrs. SOUTHWELL, Solicitors, SurmandThe above lots, 8, 9, and 10, are in the occupation of Mr. race and other walks About 20 acres adjoining will be of ham, Suffolk ; and Messrs. JENINGS, Solicitors, ., MitreOwen Garnett, as yearly tenant.

fered in a separate lot, extending from St. Leonard's-hill to court Buildings, Temple, London. Lot 11. And also these four closes, inclosures, or parcels the Winkfield-road, opposite Forest-hill, presenting a fine of Land, situate at Halton aforesaid, called the “ Oakenhead and romantic building site, bounded on one side by Lot 1, Allotments,” and containing together 50a. Ir. 12p. These and on the other by some of the private drives and planta? LONDON:—Printed by HENEY MORRELL Cox, of 74, Great allotments are in the occupation of Mr. George Presow, as tions of the Royal Park, through which, and the beautiful Queen Street, in the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, in yearly tenant.

grounds of Colonel Harcourt, are the approaches to this de- the County of Middlesex, Printer, at his Printing Office, The respective tenants will shew the property; and for lightful domain.-The estate can be viewed only with cards, 74 & 75, Great Queen Street aforesaid, and published by further information application may be made to HIGGIN which may be had at Messrs. DANIEL SMITH and JOHN CROCKFORD, of 29, Essex Street, Strand, in the and MAXTED, Soliciton, Lancaster, at whose office plans SON'S Offices, in Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, and Windsor ; and descriptive particuları of the estates may be obtained.

Parish of St. Clement Danos, in the City of Westminster, or of THOMAS WEBSTER, Esq. Solicitor, Queen-stroet, Lancaster, 14ch July, 1846.

at the Office of the LAW TIMES, No. 29, Esses Street Choapside.

aforesaid, on Saturday, the 1st day of August, 18.

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Mart, City, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, a substansituate in the county of Dorset. The party borrowing is Kelly and Co. 20, Old Boswell.court, Temple Bar, and all tially-built FAMILY RESIDENCE, situate and being 16, highly respectable, and the money would be taken for a term

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Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, with coach-house and of seven or ten years, if preferred.

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still be had.

Watson, Esq. M.D. at 2151. per annum, and held for a long 33 per cent. upon Mortgage Security of Freehold: Lands of

term direct from the Duke of Portland.-May be viewed by ample value. For further particulars apply to Mr. S. H. GUMMER,

TION APPEALS.- This day is published, 8vo. F. CHINNOCK, Auctioneer, 28, Regent-street, WaterlooSolicitor, Bridport.

price 78. 6d. sewed, PART III. (containing the latest Ap- place; and particulars of JOHN ROBERTS, Esq. Solicitor, August 5, 1846.

peals that have been decided) of REPORTS of CASES 2, Inner Temple-lane ; and at the Auction Mart, City.

decided in the Court of COMMON PLEAS on Appeal from ONEY-WANTED, 2,6001. upon two the Decisions of the Revising Barristers.

WORCESTER PARK, SURREY.-A Term of Three By G. PIGOTT, Esq. and H. RODWELL, Esq. Years of a commodious Family Mansion, completely furof the Middle Temple, Barristers-at-Law.

nished, standing in a Park of 370 acres, with shooting and eld for a long term at a ground-rent. The Volume may now be had complete in Three Parts fishing, at a low rent.

FREDERICK
London, and Reading, Berks.

of Voters Act), price 198. boards.
HENRY BUTTERWORTIT, Law Bookseller and Publisher, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, at Twelve, an AGREE.

7, Fleet-street.
Situations Vacant.

MENT for an unexpired term of three years, from October SCRIVEN ON COPYHOLDS.--FOURTH EDITION.

next, of the capital FAMILY MANSION, known as Wor.

cester Park, situate 12 miles from town, two from the KingAW CLERK WANTED. - A Solicitor This day is published, 2 vols.royal 8vo., Price 21. 108. boards.

ston station, and four from Epsom, upon which upwards of is in immediate want of a CLERK, who is a good Account TOMARY FREEHOLD, ANCIENT DE render it fit for the of a numerous

The reception-rooms of ant, and qualified to transact the magisterial business, which MESNE TENURE; with the jurisdiction of Courts Daron establishment.

noble is extensive.

and Courts Leet; also an Appendix containing Rules for proportions, and open on extensive lawn which Application to be made to A. B. No. 15, Post-office, Not- holding Customary Courts, Courts Baron and Courts Leet, gently slopes to a magnificent lake of water. The tingham, stating age, salary expected, and how many years' Forms of Court Rolls, Deputations, and Copyhold Assu. dormitories consist of 13 best bed-rooms and servants' experience he has bad in the magisterial department. Also, rances, and Extracts from the relative Acts of Parliament. rooms, making up. nine beds. The offices are judicially the address of the party to whom reference may be made for By JOHN SCRIVEN, Serjeant-at-Law. Tue Fourth planned, of large dimensions, and comprise every requisite testimonials.

EDITION, embracing all the authorities to the present for a first-rate establishment. The grounds are of great period, by HENRY STALMAN, Esq. of the Inner Temple, beauty, in a high state of order, and diversified with parBarrister-at-Law,

terres, shrubberies, arboretum, rosarics, &c. excellent kitchen Situations wanted.

** This is a careful revision of a very valuable standard garden, with greenhouse, hothouse, pinery, &c. The prework."--Legal Observer.

mises are held at the low rent of 2401. per annum, including The effected very considerable improvement, by the application of every description, together with the right of shooting friends of a young gentleman who has served two of great industry, guided by sound judgment."-Law over 370 acres, and fishing in the trout stream.- May be years of his time in an office in the country are desirous of Times.

viewed by cards only, which may be obtained at Mr. F. ARTICLING him for the remaining three years in a country Henry BUTTERWOrtu, Law Bookseller and Publisher, CHINNOCK'S Auction and Estate Offices, 28, Regentoffice of good general business.

7, Fleet-street.

street, Waterloo place. Address (stating amount of premium required, &c.) to A. B. care of Messrs. Gates, Son, and Percival, Solicitors,

Just Published, price 25. 6d.

Freehold Ground-rents on the Latimer Estate, amounting Peterborough. AW TRACTS.-No. I. Summonses and

to 6611. per annum. Orders,-Authority of a Judge at Chambers,-Sum

R. FREDERICK CHINNOCK begs to AW.-The Advertiser, who has had many mons how taken out,-form of, --how served, -—when served,

that he has been honoured with instruc. years' experience in the Profession, is desirous of a on whom served, ---when a stay of proceedings,-Orders tions to SUBMIT for PEREMPTORY SALE by PUBLIC situation as CLERK in Town or country, either as Manag. by consent, -proceedings before the judge, -Order,-form of, COMPETITION, at the Auction Mart, on WEDNESDAY, ing Clerk, under the direction of the Principal, or as Bill-Service, &c. how enforced,--how impeached.

AUGUST 26, at Twelve, the above valuable FREEHOLD Clerk, being quite competent to the making out of Bill of

By J. MOSELEY, Esq. Barrister-at-Law.

GROUND-RENTS, which are most abundantly secured upon costs of every description.

STEVENS and NORTON, Bell-yard.

newly-erected shops, public-houses, and streets of private Address to A. B. No. 2, Wilson-street, Gray's-inn-lane.

houses, all well let, and the leases of which are all executed.

The property upon which these ground-rents are secured Sales by Auction.

forms the leading, portion of the Latimer Estate, which is . - Any Professional Gentleman in

situate in the parish of Hammersmith, and is bounded on assistance in the Conveyancing Department, Manor Court

in lots under the different leases, so as not only to meet the Business, Drawing Bills of Costs, or otherwise, may hear of R. FREDERICK CHINNOCK will wishes of the small as well as the large capitalists to invest, a competent person (who has never been articled) by apply

SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart, City, holds. Descriptive particulars, with plans of the estate, will

but also to enable the lessees to make their leaseholds freeing by letter, addressed A. B. at Mr. GARDNER's, No. 10,

ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, at One, TWO brick; be published early, and may be obtained of Messrs. TILUnion-street, Stoke Newington, London.

built HOUSES and SHOPS,

situate and being Nos. 5 and SON, SQUANCE, CLARKE, and MORRICE, Solicitors, 6, Trump-street, Honcy-lane Market, Cheapside, nearly op 29, Coleman-street, City; at the Auction Mart; and at Mr.

posite the New City Schools, let to highly respectable te- FREDERICK CHINNOCK'S Auction and Estate Offices, Partnerships Wanted.

nants at the rent of 35l. per annum each; held for long
terms at a ground-rent.--May be viewed, and particulars

28, Regent-street, Waterloo-place. AW, PARTNERSHIP WANTED.-A

obtained at the Mart; of JAMES TAYLOR, Esq. Solicitor, Solicitor, of business habits and with ample command A5, Furnival's-inn, Holborn; and at Mr. CHINNOCK'S Freehold and Leasehold Estates at Wapping, Mile-End, and Auction and Estate Offices, 28, Regent-st. Waterloo-place.

Dalston, producing 306. per annum, and giving votes for of capital, wishes to purchase a share in a first-rate practice

Middlesex ; eligible for investment, in eight lots. in town or in the country. Such share to yield not less than Capital Investment.-Semi-detached VILLA, Park-road, 4001, a year. Regent's-park, let on lease at the low rent of 85l. per

R. MOORE will SELL by AUCTION, Address A. B. Law Times Office, 29, Essex-street,

at the Mart, on FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, at Twelve, Strand. R.

in three lots, FREEHOLD PREMISES, with bakehouse structed by the Mortgagee, under his power of streets, Old Gravel-lane; a Freehold six-roomed House ad

sale, to SELL peremptorily by AUCTION, at the Mart, on joining, and a Freehold Ground-rent of 131. per annum, seAW.-GREAT SAVING.-BRIEFS and WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, at Twelve, an excellent curedon four houses in Broad-street. The land-tax is

ABSTRACTS, 6d. per sheet. -- All other Writing: VILLA, with coach-house and stabling, having extensive redeemed, and the estate may be much improved. Also, in and Engrossments on paper, 1d. per folio. Deeds, and all pleasure-grounds, most delightfully situate at the corner of four lots, cleven brick-built

tive-roomed houses, with garParchment work, 14d. per folio.

Park-road, Regent's-park: it is held for a long term at a dens, in Robert and Richardson-streets, Jubilee-street, Prepaid letters and parcels addressed to KERR and co. low ground-rent..

May be viewed by cards only, which, with Mile-End, all well tenanted, at 1761. per annum, held for Law Stationers, 13, Chichester Rents, Chancery-Lane, Lon particulars, may be obtained of Mr. F. CHINNOCK, Aucđon, will meet with immediate attention. tioneer, 28, Regent-street, Waterloo-place; and particulars in one lot, four compact houses, pleasantly situate 16 to 19,

54 years to come, at the low ground-rent of 31. each; and, may be had at the Mart, and of J. ROBERTS, Esq. Solici. Holly-street, Dalston, well let at a clear rent of 721. ; held Y SHARES BY PUBLIC SALE.

tor, 2, Inner Temple-lanc. RAILWAY

for 72 years at 71. 108. each ground-rent.-May be viewed,

and particulars had of S. Tripp, Esq. 2, Adelaide-place, ESSRS. LAMOND, SMALE, and LA- Valuable Leasehold Italian Villas, eligible either for Invest: London Bridge ; A. K. Hutchinson, Esq. Crown-court,

ment or Occupation, a short distance from the Great Threadneedle-street; J. Scarborough, Esq. 19, Tokentheir Friends and the Public for their continued support and

Western Railway, Paddington.

house-yard, City; at the Mart; and at the Auctioneer's patronage, and to announce that their Public Sales of Rail. R. FREDERICK CHINNOCK will offices, Mile-End-road. way Sbares, &c. take place every Tuesday and Friday, at

SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, on WEDNES. One o'clock, at the Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle street, DAY, AUGUST 12, at One, TWO semi-detached ITALIAN

EEDS FOR EXECUTION ABROAD. London, to which place all favours, containing instructions, VILLAS, situate on the high road to Harrow, and being are respectfully requested to be addressed. Nos. 4 and 9, Westbourne Villas; one decorated in the

-Messrs. J. and R. M'CRACKEN, Foreign Agents, All Scrip and Share Certificates must be deposited for Parisian,

the other in the German style ; each with gardens No. 7, Old Jewry, beg to inform the Legal Profession, that examination at least one day previously to their being in front and rear. Held for a term of 500 years, at ground they undertake to forward Deeds for

Execution by Parties offered; and advices of results will be forwarded by the first rents of 101. and 121. per annum. - May be viewed, and parti abroad, through their correspondents on the Continent, for post after the sale, and the proceeds immediately disposed culars obtained at the Mart;

of JOHN ROBERTS,

Esq. the costs of transmission, and a simple commission. of according to instructions.

Solicitor, 2, Inner Temple-lane ; and at Mr. CHINNOCK'S List of Correspondents, and for further information, apply Offices, Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle-street, London. Offices, 28, Regent-street, Waterloo-place.

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INDIA
ASSURANCE SOCIETY,

ANCE COMPANY,
57, Chancery-lane, London.

17, Cornhill, London. HANTS.-Borough of Petersfield, near Southampton, Ports.

Capital One Million.

Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 7 & 8 Vict. cap. 110. mouth, and the Isle of Wight, and within about two miles of the intended direct London and Portsmouth Railway ; BOWSTEAD, JOSEPH, Esq. Temple.

DIRECTORS.

DIBECTORS.

Richard Hartley Kennedy, esq. Chairman. Delightful Gentleman's Residence, &c. R MINCHIN is instructed to SELL hy VONNE, SAMUEL E. Esq. New Broad-street. COX, EDWARD WILLIANİ, Esq: Temple.

George William Anderson, esq. Deputy Chairman.

Sir H. Elphinstone, bart. M.P. Rev. David Robinson. AUCTION, at the Red Lion Hotel, Petersfield, on FONBLANQUE, JOHN S. M. Esq. St. John's-wood. Harry G. Gordon, esq.

John Sarage, esq. THURSDAY, the 13th day of AUGUST, 1816, at Twelve | JONES, WILLIAM, Esq. Crosby-square

Frederick Jones, esq.

John Shevell, esq. o'clock at noon, one of the most pleasingly diversificd EsMAYNARD, JONAS ALLEYNE, Esq. Temple.

Rev. S. Tenison Mosse.

Archibald Spens, esq. tates in the county, entirely Freehold, and free from Land MORRIS, JOHN MICHAEL, Esq. Moorgate-street.

ADVANTAGES OF THIS INSTITUTION. Tax and Rectorial Tithes. It is situate in the parishes of MOURILYAN, JOSEPH NOAKES, Esq. Gray's-inn, Assurances effected on all classes of Lives, including the Steep and Froxfield, and comprises a VILLA RESIDENCE, MURRAY, WILLIAM, Esq. London-street.

Lives of persons proceeding to, or residing in lodia and several FARMS, a RENT-CHARGE of 300l. per annum, in SYMONS, JELINGER COOKSON, Esq. Temple. other parts of the World, of Officers actively employed in lieu of Rectorial Tithes, and a MANOR. Also a Moiety TORR, JOHN SMALE, Esq. Chancery-lane.

Military or Naral Service, and of persons oflicted with of a COPYHOLD WATER CORN-MILL; the whole of WITHALL, WILLIAJI, Esq. Parliament-street.

bodily or mental infirmities. which will be sold in 26 Lots, so that purchasers may buy WORDSWORTH, CHARLES, Esq. Temple.

Endowments granted to Widows and existing or fature either to a large or small extent, and either for occupaiion or

Children.

AUDITORS. investment. The Villa, with about 100 acres of Land, forms the first

Ayrton, W. Scrope, esq. Dorset-square.

Tables of rates adapted to suit the circumstances and con. Church, John Thomas, esq. Bedford-row.

venience of every class of Policy-holders. lot, and it is called Ashford Lodge, and is unquestionably a

Indian rates of Premium much lower than in any existing

Hand, Robert William, esq. Stafford. most delightful spot. The house contains dining, drawing,

Jones, Joseph, esq. Welshpool.

Company. and morning rooms, and all necessary domestic apartments;

Age of the Assured, in every case, admitted in the Policy.

Reeves, John Frederick, esq. Taunton. the pleasure grounds are tastefully laid out, and contain a

Impaired state of health admitted in Policies on lavalid beautiful sheet of water; the stables, coach-houses, and

PHYSICIAN.

Lives. other outbuildings are sufficiently large; there are good gar.

David Lewis, M.D. 23, Finsbury-place.

EXTRACTS FROM THE TABLES. dens, with gardener's cottage, &c. The Villa is embo.

EUROPEAN RATES.

INDIAN RATES. somed in hills of great height, and the scenery from it is of Bransby B. Cooper, esq. F.R.S. New-street, Spring-gardens the most pleasing and majestic charac:er; but within the

Annual Prem. for 1000 Rupees. limits of an advertisement it is impossible better to describe The London and Westminster Bank (Bloomsbury Branch).

Annual Premium for it than as a situation singularly adapted for a gentleman's

SOLICITORS.

£100.

Civil Ser country residence. The present tenant is Admiral Hawker.

Half Premium Table.

Military Ser. Messrs. John and William Galsworthy, Ely-place.

vice.

vice. Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, and 12, comprisc Farnis of various sizes, completely surrounding the villa.

This Society transacts all the usual business of Life As-
Lots 5, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21, and 23, consist of several surance.

First Remain.
It is based upon a principle which will combine the bene
Messuages and Cottages, abutting on the estate, with small

fits of Mutual Assurance with the guarantee of a Subscribed Age Seven der of quantities of Land attached thereto.

Age

Years.
Capital of Oxe MILLION STERLING.

Life.
Lots 16, 18, and 22, are plots of Meadow Land.
Lots 17' and 20 comprise nearly 50 acres of Land, princi- racter of the Shareholders (consisting of nearly 500 Members
Whilst perfect security is thus given, the number and chas

s. d. € 6. d.

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. pally covered with fine thriving oak timber.

2010

20

20 of the Legal Profession), will command a large amount of

31 Lot 24 consists of a moiety of a Water Corn-mill.

39 Lot 25, comprises the rent charge of 3001. per annum, in business, and consequent advantages will arise to the As

40 1 15 9 3 11 6

32 sured.

49 lieu of rectorial tithes of the parish of Steep ; and

50 2 14 5 5 8 10
Tables of Premiums have been prepared expressly for this

50
42
65

70 Lot 26, 10-13ths of the Manor of Ashford. Upon the estate

60 4 11 0 9 2 0 60 62 90 70 93 (which abounds with rock stone, &c.) are splendid sites for Office, by F. G. P. Neison, Esq. F.L.S., calculated on the the erection of buildings, and the entire property being nearest approximation to the real law of mortality. within the borough of Petersfield, will confer a right to vote

These Tables will be found to afford peculiar encouragetherein. ment to the assurance of young lives. They embrace parti- tained on application at the office.

Prospectuses and every requisite information may be ob. Full descriptive particulars, with lithographed plans cipating and non-participating scales.

GEORGE N. WRIGHT, M.A. Manager. and conditions of sale, may be had on application to the In the participating class, the Assured will be entitled to Auctioneer, at Petersfield ; at the various inns in the neigh- have four.fifths of the profits divided amongst them periodi. bourhood ; of Messrs. Osborne and Garret, Estate Agents, cally, either by way of addition to the amount assured, or in

THE REPORTS. Fareham ; Messrs. SOUTHWELL, Solicitors, Saxmund

diminution of premium, as the parties may elect. No de. ham, Suffolk ; and Messrs. JENINGS, Solicitors, 1, Mitre- duction will be made from such profits for interest of capital. The following are the names of gentlemen who fatour the court Buildings, Temple, London.

or for a guarantee fund.
The Premiums may be paid half-yearly or annually, or by PRIVY COUNCIL by THOMAS CAMPBELL POSTEZ, of

LAW TIMES with the Reports :-
a single payment.
10 be Peremptorily SOLD, pursuant to a

the Middle Teniple, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. Assurances may be effected through any respectable Soli. Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a citor, or by writing to the Secretary.

EQUITY COURTS. cause Morris v. Morris, with the approbation of John Ed. The Directors meet on Thursdays at Two o'clock; but LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT by RICHAED GRp. mund Dowdeswell, Esquire, one of the Masters of the said Assurances may be effected on any day, by applying between PITIS WELFORD, Esq. of the Inner Temple, BarristerCourt, at the Red Horse Inn, in Stratford-upon-Avon, in the the hours of Ten and Four, at the Offices of the Society, at-Law. county of Warwick, on FRIDAY, the 4th day of SEPTEM- where Prospectuses and all other requisite information may VICE-CHANCELLOR of ENGLAND'S COURT, by BER next, at five o'clock in the afternoon, in distinct lots, be obtained.

CHARLES JOHN GILL, George GOLDSMITH, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Bar. certain FREEHOLD ESTATES, late the property of John 57, Chancery-lane.

Secretary.

rister-at-Law. Morris, Esquire, the testator in the pleadings of the said

ROLLS COURT, by J. MACAULAY, Esq. of the Inner cause, situate Long Marston, in

Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
ANCE COMPANY,

VICE-CHANCELLOR KNIGHT BRUCE'S COURT by suage, Agricultural Buildings and Cottages, and about 215

8, WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL, LONDON. GEO. S. ALLNUTT, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister Acres of Land; printed particulars whereof may be had

Established by Act of Parliament in 1834.

at-Law. (gratis), at the said Master's office, in Southampton Buildings, DIVISION OF PROFITS AMONG THE ASSURED

VICE-CHANCELLOR WIGRAM'S COURT, by J. Vgssy Chancery-lane, and of Mr. CHARLES BELL, Solicitor, 36,

DIRECTORS.

Dawson, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Bedford-row, London; of Mr. OSWALD CHEEK, Solici

James Stuart, esq. Chairman.

COMMON LAW COURTS. tor, Evesham; and of Mr. GEORGE AGG, Auctioneer, Hananel De Castro, esq. Deputy Chairman.

Samuel Anderson, esq. Hazelor, near Evesham, Worcestershire.

Charles Graham, exq.

The QUEEN'S NCH, by ADAM BITTLESTON, Esq. of Hamilton Blair Avarne, esq. F. Charles Maitland, esq.

the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and EDWARD WISE, Edw. Boyd, esq. Resident. CERVOUS MENTAL COMPLAINTS.- €. Lennox 'Boyd, esq. Asst. John Ritchie, esq.

William Railton, esq.

Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.

The COURT of COMMON PLEAS, by PAUL PAANRLL, The Nervous are invited to send to Mr. ADAMS Resident.

F. H. Thomson, esq.

Esq. of the Middle Temple. for his pamphlet on the symptoms, treatment, and cure Charles Downes, esq.

The COURT of EXCHEQUER by H. T. COLE, Esq. of of nervous complaints, which pamphlet he will return Surgeon--F. Hale Thomson, esq. 48, Berners-street.

the Middle Temple, Barrister-at. Law; and H. BLOOM, post-paid on receipt of two stamps. Persons suffering This Company, established by Act of Parliament, affords The BAIL COURT by T. W. SAUNDERS, Esq. of the Mid.

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. from groundless fear, delusion and melancholy, inquietude, the most perfect security in a large paid-up Capital, and in disinclination for society, study, business, the overflow the great success which has attended it since its commence

dle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. of blood to the head, head ache, giddiness, failure of ment in 1834,

The EXCHÉQUER CHAMBER by HERBERT Broox, memory, irresolution, and every other form of nervous

Its Annual Income being upwards of

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Lay. disease, are invited to avail themselves of his never-failing

€82,000, remedy. The most deeply rooted symptoms are effectually

BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT COURTS.

The COURT of REVIEW by GEO. 8. ALLNUTT, Esq. of the and permanently removed without bleeding, blistering, or In 1841 the Company added a Bonus of 21. per cent. per Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, purging, and without hindrance to habits of business or annum on the sum insured to all policies of the participating LONDON COMMISSIONERS' COURTS and the IN. pleasure. class from the time they were effected.

SOLVENT COURT, by PAUL PAENELL, Esq. of the Letters will be replied to without delay.-The remedies The Bonus added to policies from March, 1834, to the 31st Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. forwarded to all parts.-At home for consultation from 11 Dec. 1840, is as follows:

BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT, by F. T. ALLES, Esq. to 4.-23, DOUGHTY-STREET, MECKLENBURGH. Sum Assured. Time Assured. Sum added to Policy of Lincoln's-inn, Barrister-at-Law. SQUARE, LONDON.

£5,000 6 Yrs. 10 Months. +683 68. 8d.
5,000 6 Years

NISI PRIUS, CIRCUITS, AND CROWN CASES.

600 00 DR. CULVERWELL'S GUIDE TO HEALTH AND

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, by B. C. RozIxsOx, 3,000 4 Years

400 00

5.000 LONG LIFE.

2 Years

Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. 200

0 0 (300 pages, pocket volume), price 18.; by post Is. 60. The Premiums nevertheless are on the most moderatescale,

CROWN CASES (before all the Judges) by A. BITTLETHAT to EAT, DRINK,' and AVOID : and only one-half need be paid for the NORTHERN CIRCUIT, York and Liverpool, by J. B. With Diet Tables, for all Complaints.

first Five Years, where the Insurance is for Life. AspinalL, Esq. _Barrister-at-Law. The other parts of By R. J. CULVERWELL, M.D. M.R.C.S., L.A.C. &c. Every information will be afforded on application to the the Circuit, by G. F. H.OLEPHANT, Esq. Barrister-at-Law.

CONTENTS: How to secure perfect digestion, tranquil Resident Directors, EDIVARD BOY), Esq. and E. LEN. WESTERN CIRCUIT, by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq. of the feelings, a good night's rest, a clear head, and a contented NOX BOYD, Esq. of No. 8, Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. mind. By an observance of the instructions herein contained, London.

NORFOLK CIRCUIT by Jno. B. DASENT, Esq. Barristerthe feeble, the nervously delicate, even to the most shat

at-Law. tered constitution, may acquire the greatest amount of phy.

THE REGISTRATIONS.

SITTINGS AT NISI PRIUS AFTER TERM, by Jonx sical happiness, and reach in health the full period of life

TOX and ATKINSON'S REGISTRA

LANE, Esq. D.C.L. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Lav. allotted to man. To be had of Sherwood, 23, Paternoster-row ; Carvalho, TION APPEAL CASES, Part II. price 5s. ; com

ELECTION LAW. 147, Fleet-street; Hannay, 63, Oxford-street ; 'Mann, 39, prising all the Appeals from the last Registration; or Parts

REGISTRATION APPEALS in the COMMON PLEAS Cornhill; and all Booksellers; or direct, by post or other- I. and 11. sewn in one double part, price 10s. contains all

by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Bar. wise, from the Author, 10, Argyll-place, Regent-street. the Appeals decided from the commencement to the present

rister-at-Law; and HENRY TINDAL ATKINSON, Esq. of time.

the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Also,

ELECTION COMMITTEES by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq. THE REVERSIONARY INTEREST The FOURTH EDITION of the REGISTRA

of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.

REGISTRATION COURTS, collected and edited by Edv. street, London. Established 1823. Actual paid up Capital and all the recent Statutes, with Notes of the decisions of

W. Cox, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Lar. above half a million. the Court of Common Pleas upon the Appeals.

IRISH REPORTS. Reversionary property, life policies, and deferred annui. By EDWARD W. COX, Esq. Barrister-at-Law, The LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT by WILLIAX ties, purchased to any amount, and the full value given, Price 5s. boards ; half-bound, 6s. 6d.; and interleaved, without putting the vendor to any unnecessary trouble or

DUGGAN, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. 7s, 6d.

QUEEN'S' BENCH and CRIMINAL COURTS by Wx. expense. Daily attendance from ten to four.

London : LAW TIMES Office, 29, Essex.street, Strand. ST. LEGE, BABINGTON, LL.D, Barrister-at. Lan.

the country of Gloucester consisting of a contenient Nico UNITED KINGDOM LIFE ASSUR

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