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YE BROWS, MOUSTACHES, and WHIS-
KERS, produced in a few weeks by GRIMSTONE'S AROMA-
TIC REGENERATOR, an Essential Spirit, drawn by the Inventor from

EYE

VICKERS'S CURACAO PUNCH.

THIS DELIGHTFUL LIQUEUR stands pre- bald places caused by weakness of constitution, &c. and is a certain

eminent as a finished specimen of what Punch should be. It is in a high state of concentration; and when diluted, presents to the connoisseur in tangible reality, that which before existed but in imagination. That truly valuable stomachic JAMAICA GINGER, is also most successfully combined with other wholesome ingredients; and introduced as a delicious Liqueur, known as ORANCE CINGERETTE; and in a stronger form (as an anti-spasmodic), under the style of CINCER BRANDY. These, as well as the eximious

preventive of Headache and Fainting. Sold in triangular bottles, with
name, &c. at 4s. 75. and 11s. each, government stamp, and a pamphlet
of testimonials and advice, included. Sent through the post, at 4s. 6d.
STONE, Herbary, Highgate, near London.
7s. Sd. and 12s. by all Chemists, Medicine Vendors, and W. GRIM.

IMPERIAL

obtained of

Merchants in the kingdom. In order more effectually to protect the "HE REP quality, and to present them to the consumer in a convenient form, these Liqueurs are bottled, sealed, and labelled by the distillers, and VICKERS and N.B. The Curaçao Punch and Orange Gingerette will be found admirable adjuncts to Soda Water,

Distillery: Stoney-street, Borough Market, London.

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Miscellaneous.

SHOOTING SEASON. The Oldest GUN and in preserving their ringlets after straightest and most destiture of cur

PISTOL REPOSITORY in London (established 1770), No. 224, near Bar. B. begs to form Gentlemen his Stock for the Season is large, and comprises every London Maker of eminence, which B. C. respectfully requests gentlemen to inspect before purchasing; reference may be had to the makers, and a trial allowed; and to those gentlemen who prefer a less expensive gun, B. C. is enabled to offer sound double Guns, from 63s. ditto in cases complete, from 5 guineas; Single Guns, from 21s. each; Pocket Pistols, from 14s.; Holster Pistols, from 27s. per pair and up. wards; six barrels, self-revolving Pistols in cases complete, from 3 guineas each. Every article in shooting apparatus, of the best quality at the lowest a assortment of Sykes's improved Travel

ling Bottles in leather, wicker, and metal; Joyce's anti-corrosive Per-COFFEE AS IN FRANCE. It is a fact beyond

cussion Caps, chemically prepared. Gun Waddings and Wire Car-
tridges. Repairs executed with the greatest attention and dispatch.

dispute, that in order to obtain really fine Coffee, there must
a combination of the various kinds; and to produce strength and
flavour, certain proportions should be mixed according to their different
properties. Thus it is we have become celebrated for our delicious
Coffee at 1s. 8d. which is the astonishment and delight of all who have
tasted it, being the produce of four countries, selected and mixed by
rule peculiar to our establishment, in proportions not known to any
other house.
From experiments we have made on the various kinds of Coffee, we
have arrived at the fact, that no one kind possesses strength and flavour.
If we select a very strong Coffee it is wanting in flavour: by the same rule
we find the finest and most flavourous Coffees are generally wanting in
strength; and as they are usually sold each kind separately, quite re-
gardless of their various properties, the consumer is not able to obtain
really fine coffee at any price. There is also another peculiar advantage
we possess over other houses-our roasting apparatus being constructed
on decidedly scientific principles, whereby the strong aromatic flavour
of the Coffee is preserved, which, in the ordinary process of roasting, is
entirely destroyed; and as we are coffee roasters, we are enabled to
keep a full supply of fresh roasted Coffee continually, after the Parisian
and Continental method.

The rapid and still increasing demand for this Coffee has caused great
excitement in the trade, and several unprincipled houses have copied
our papers and profess to sell a similar article. We, therefore, think it
right to CAUTION the public, and to state that our superior mixture
of four countries is a discovery of our own, and therefore the propor-
tions are not known, nor can it be had at any other house. In future

we shall distinguish it from all others as

SPARROW'S CONTINENTAL COFFEE, at 1s. 8d. per lb.
Packed in tins of all sizes perfectly air-tight for the country.
We have also strong and useful Coffees, from 1s. to 1s. 4d.
Tea Establishment, 95, High Holborn, adjoining Day and Martin's,
leading through into 22, Dean-street.
HENRY SPARROW, Proprietor.

to the late

enormous duty on this beautiful and wholesome Spirit, comparatively very little has been used or known in this country. The Public have, therefore, had no opportunity of testing its merits. VINCENT and PUGH, after innumerable experiments and immense outlay in machinery, have at length arrived at that acme of distillation which has enabled them to produce an ARTICLE equal in every respect to the finest Foreign. Vincent and Pugh introduce this spléndid matchless spirit to the public for their opinion and approbation, which they trust it merits, not only for quality but price, being enabled to offer it at 2s. 6d. per bottle, in square Dutch bottles, with the corks branded (VINCENT & PUGH), and sealed for security as to its genuineness. To be had of all the respectable retail dealers in and about the netropolis, or of their agent, Mr. Charles Hodder, Castle, Moorgate-street, City, and wholesale, Vincent and Pugh, Distillery, 16, New Parkstreet, Borough, and 10, Rood-lane, City. The public attention is particularly called to their Pale Brown British Brandy, which is allowed to be matchless.

WINES on SALE

142, Strand.-Old Ports, Sherries, Madeiras, &c. &c., several years in bottle. Private families may be supplied with any of the above wines, selected from the best vintages and bottle with great care, by J. WRIGHT, late of Mark-lane, comprising many thousand dozens. Finest old Ports, from three to five years in bottle.. 42s. 48s. 50s. Sherries, various, ditto, ditto 36s. to 48s. West India Madeira .... 425. " 568. Superb old East India..... 605. » 723. Very old Malmsey, in pints 50s. Bronti ditto, and of the best quality 24s. Most of the above may be had in pints, delivered free within five miles of the metropolis.

....

Ensurance Companies.

THE SUMMER RIDE or PROMENADE.—
COLUMBIA completely remove the difficulty experienced by ladies
hair, that tresses, previously the straightest and most destitute of curl, DISEASED & HEALTHY LIVES AS-
rapidly a maintains in permanent the
SURED.
head-dress of the most persevering votary of the Ball-room, the Ride,
or the Promenade. After the minerals and vegetables of the Old
MEDICAL, INVALID, & GENERAL LIFE OFFICE,
Worl have been compounded in all imaginable ways in fruitless at-
25, Pall Mall, London, and 22, Nassau Street, Dublin.
tempts to discover so important a desideratum, we are indebted to the
Western Hemisphere for furnishing the basis of Oldridge's Balm of
Subscribed Capital £50,0000.
Columbia, the efficacy of which in preserving, strengthening, and re-
newing the hair, has become a matter of notoriety among all civilized

THIS OFFICE WAS ESTABLISHED

nations.

No. 253,

Strand, near Temple Bar. Established 1815.
JOHN WILSON begs respectfully to remind the Publie that he con-
tinues to supply seasoned Floor-Cloth at the lowest price at which the
best article can be manufactured. He begs an inspection of his pre
sent stock, which for soundness of quality, and variety of pattern, can-
not be surpassed.

BE D
Mixed....

Grey Goose
Foreign ditto

A LITTLE ADDITION TO COMFORT.

IN WALKING, RIDING, and HUNTING,
HUNTING,
the right place. The new Comprimo Brace (registered Act 6 and 7
Vict.) supports at once both drawers and trousers, This simple con-
trivance keeps the drawers well up in their place, which is essential to
the well fitting of the trousers, and comfort of the wearer. Prices, 2s.
2s. 6d., 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d., to 10s. 6d. A great variety at the outfitting
warehouse of the inventor, Henry Powell, 102, New Bond-street,
where can be seen a large assortment of the new registered Templer
Caps for sleeping, travelling, or soiree. The immense sale of which is
the strongest proof of the comfort they afford to the many thousands
who have tested them. Night-caps, 1s. to 48.; Travelling, 5s. 6d. to
18s. Either sent to any part of the kingdom for post-office orders with
threepence added to price of each.

The finest German Eau de Cologne, 17s. per case of 6 bottles,
3s. per bottle.

F
Per lb.
s. d.

10 Best Foreign Grey Goose..
1 4 Best Irish White Goose
18 Best Dantzic ....
Warranted sweet and free from dust.

EATHERS.

Y
ACHTING, DRIVING, and ANGLING.-
The NEW DREADNOUGHT COATS and CAPES, made by
J. C. CORDING, will be found by Sailors and Sportsmen to be the best
articles ever made up for their use. They will resist the heaviest rain and
the fiercestt ropical heat for any time, and their durability is equal to
their waterproof qualities. Trousers, leggings, sou'-westers, caps, and
gloves, of the same proofing. Officers and others going to the colonies
will find these articles invaluable. Gentlemen who drive should use
CORDING'S new waterproof driving aprons and coats, the most service
able and complete things of the kind, and approved by all who have tried
them. Ladies'
hoods and sleeves. CORD-
ING'S improved sheet Indis rubber boots are superior to any thing
hitherto made for the comfort of anglers and snipe-shooters. They are
light, pliable, and never crack; impervious to water for any length of
time, and require no dressing to keep them in condition. Patterns and
prices sent on application. Any description of article made to order.
London: J. C. CORDING, 231, Strand, five doors west of Temple Bar. I

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basis for the assurance of diseased lives. The urgent necessity for an institution like the present may be estimated

that two-thirds are not assurable as healthy lives, and that about one in five of the applicants to other offices is declined on examination. Of the proposals accepted by this Society during the last three years, nearly 300 had been rejected among upwards of 80

other offices. These cases came under the class of the most prevalent diseases, and the various parties could not have participated in the advantages of life assurance had not this Society been in existence, as it is the only one possessing tabulated rates of premium deduced from extensive data.

Premiums have been determined for the assurance of persons at every age, among those afflicted with consumption, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, disease of the heart, apoplexy, paralysis, epilepsy, insanity, disease of the liver, dropsy, scrofula, gout, rheumatism, &c.

These circumstances induce the Directors to believe that by the establishment of this office they have conferred an important benefit upon those whose condition made such a provision as assurance necessary, and they are therefore led to expect a powerful support from the public. Increased annuities are granted on unsound lives. Healthy lives are assured at lower rates than at most other offices, and a capital of half a million sterling, fully subscribed, affords a complete guarantee for the fulfilment of the Society's engagements. F. G. P. NEISON, Actuary. TORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, 4, New Bank Buildings, and 10, Pall-Mall

NOR

East.

Per lb. Age

s. d.

20
26
3 0

A List of every description of Bedding, containing weights, sizes, and prices, sent free by post, on application to HEAL and SON, Feather Dressers and Bedding Manufacturers, 196, Tottenham-court

road, opposite the Chapel.

Writing, Drawing, and executed in first

GRAPHIC PRINTING OFFICES, 35, 36, to 40,

LITHOGRAPHY in all its Branches, Mapping,
style, and on the most moderate terms, at DEAN and CO.'S LITHOTONIC MILK OF ORANGE, a Delicious Cor-
City, where Merchants and the Trade may be supplied with Stationery,
the best German Stones and Transfer Paper, French Chalks, and Inks:
and with their improved Lithographic Press, so excellent in principle
and construction, that it is warranted to do the finest work with per-
fect ease and certainty.
Solicitors, Auctioneers, and Surveyors, entrusting their Drawings to
DEAN and CO. will find them executed with accuracy and great dis-
patch. Their artists and workmen in the different branches of printing
are employed on the premises.

Family and Nobility, and recommended by the faculty. The Milk of
Orange (warranted to be extracted from fruit) warms the stomach,
creates an appetite, digests the food, strengthens the lungs, clears
and improves the Voice for Singing, enlivens the spirits, dispels ner-
vous debility, and purifies and sweetens the breath. It is particularly
recommended to gentlemen on leaving home in the morning or after
smoking a cigar, while to ladies it will be equally grateful on going to a
party or ball, for its invigorating influence on the mind and spirits, and
its refreshing effect on the organs of health. It may be added, that as
a lively but gentle stimulant wholly unmixed with spirituous ingre-

LITHOGRAPHY.-Mr. COON, 15, Cheapside, sons on principles of grateful to that numerous class of per-
sis, who, on principles of abstinence refrain from all intoxicating PALLADIUM LIFE ASSURANCE SO-

begs to inform Solicitors, Auctioneers, Surveyors, &c. that he
has commodious offices as above, where he can execute any orders for
plans of estates, buildings, elevations, views, &c. with the greatest dis-
patch and economy. Mr. Coon will be happy to wait upon any gentle-
man with specimens of his improved style of Lithographing in all its
branches.

drinks.
Prepared by A. ROWLAND and SON, 20, Hatton-garden, London.
Half-pints, 2s. 9d., Pints, 4s. 6d., Quarts, 9s. Sold by them, and by
chemists and perfumers.

DIRECTORS.

N.B. Estimates supplied gratis.

Tables of increasing premiums have been formed on a plan for har to this company, whereby assurance may be effected the whole of life, the premium commencing very low, and gradually increasing during the first five years, after which a uniform premium is paid during the remainder of life. SPECIMEN OF THE TABLES. Premium for Assuring £100.

First Second Third Year. Year. Year. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 30 1 3 9 1 5 2 1 6 8 1 8 4 1 10 0 2 10 5 40 1 11 10 1 13 9 1 15 10 1 18 1 2 0 63 8 3

ending the 1st of January last. Price 5s. 6d. in a stout
wrapper. To be continued half-yearly.

"The object of this Digest is to enable the Practitioner to

find in a moment what has been the law decided on any sub

ject, with reference to the authorities.
"This laborious undertaking is intended to supply the
practitioner with a ready reference to all the law decided
during the half-year ending on the 1st of January, and it is,
if successful, to be continued half-yearly. The plan is
simple and convenient. All the cases reported during the
half year are arranged under their proper subjects, and these
are placed alphabetically. If, therefore, the practitioner
wants to ascertain what cases have been decided, say on the
law of " Executors," he turns to that title, and under it he
will find every case, wheresoever reported, briefly digested

CARVING IN WOOD.-The important reduc- with reference to the report or reports, if more than one.

carving in wood as executed by the patent
process enables the proprietors to encourage the prevailing taste by
supplying the most exquisite specimens of genius in the Gothic, Eliza-
bethan, French, and Italian styles, adapted to all architectural pur-
poses, picture frames, and every possible variety of elaborate decoration.
The proprietors solicit an inspection of the specimens executed by this
simple and beautiful process, at their offices, 441, West Strand, or at
their works, Ranelagh-road, Thames-bank. Published by J. Weale,
59, Holborn, Parts I., II. III., and IV. price 3s. each (to be continued),
containing specimen drawings of elaborate Carvings in Wood, pro-
duced by the Patent Wood Carving Company, 444, West Strand.

where it appears. there is an index to the
names of cases, and to the names both of defendants and
plaintiffs, so that if one be forgotten the case may still be
traced by means of the other. The peculiarity of this work,
and that in which it differs from any other digest, is, that
it includes all the reports, whereas all the other digests
exclude some, being guided in their selection, not by the
wants of the practitioner, but according to the rivalries of
publishers. The plan of this digest is to omit none, and its
consequent completeness gives it a peculiar value and utility.
The amount of exclusion from the other digests may be
judged by this, that the Digest before us, although em-
bracing the reports only for half-a-year, contains more cases
than does either of the others for a whole year, and the mere
index of the names of the cases digested occupies no less
than twenty-four closely printed columns. There is also a
table of the statutes cited, arranged in chronological order.
"It will not become us to express an opinion upon the
merits of this publication. We can only give a description
of it, leaving it to the reader from that description to deter-to
mine whether it is likely to be an acquisition to his office."-
Law Times.

Fourth Fifth
Year. Year.

This table is not only suitable to those who, from the prospect of an increasing income, or other circumstances, prefer paying a smaller sum during the first few years, but is also decidedly the best mode of insuring with the view of securing the repayment of temporary loans. It is preferable to a period policy, as it may be continued to the end of life, without requiring new certificates of health, or incurring a higher rate of premium.

A Prospectus may be obtained of the Secretary, Henry T.
Thompson, esq. 4, New Bank-buildings, or of the Actuary,
10, Pall Mall East.
JOHN KING, Actuary.

LONDON.

Right Hon. Sir T. F. Fre-
mantle, bart.

Sir John Barrow, bart. F.R.S.
Lord W.R.K. Douglas, F.R.S.
Right Hon. Sir Edward Hyde Henry Harvey, esq. F.R.S.
East, bart. F.R.S.
James Murray, esq.
Charles Elliott, esq. F.R.S.
Samuel Skinner, esq.
Joseph Esdaile, esq.
P. M. Stewart, esq. M.P.
Wm. A. Guy, M.D.
Sir William Young, bart.
AUDITORS Capt. C. J. Bosanquet, R.N.; Jas. Buller East,
esq. M.P.; John Young, esq. M.P.
BANKERS-The London and Westminster Bank.

PHYSICIAN-Seth Thompson, M.D.

The result of the Third Septennial Investigation of the affairs of the PALLADIUM having been announced to the

Proprietors and Policy holders, at the General Meeting,

21st ult.

mence

ment.

Remainder of life

10 15

20

25

30

35
40

45

50

success which has attended the business of the Society, the The Directors submit to the public, in evidence of the following Table, shewing

Total additions made to Policies for 5,000l. which had been in force for Twenty-one Years, on the 31st December, 1845. Age at Reduction of Premiums equivalent to the Bonus declared.

Com- Gross Additions

to the Sum As
sured.

£791 19 1
930 19
1,070 19 3
1,096 1 10

1,128 7 2

1,179 6 5
1,271 8 1

1,383 16 11

1,554 19 9

Annual Premium
on the Policy.

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LAW TIMES Office, 29, Essex-street, Strand; and may be had of all Booksellers in Town and Country,

JEREMIAH LODGE, Secretary and Actuary.

1st June, 1846. Applications for Agencies in places where none are esta blished, to be addressed to the Secretary.

MESSRS. DRIVER are favoured with

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MESSRASHUTTLEWORTH and SONS

Sales by auction.

Valuable Freehold Ground Rents, an excellent Freehold Periodical Sales (established in the year 1803) of Reter

Dwelling-House and Premises, and Two Freehold Houses sions, Life Interests, Annuities, Policies of Assurance,

in the rear the whole land-tax redeemed) in the high Advowsons, Next Presentations, Rent Charges in lieu of BERKSHIRE.-Valuable and Important FREEHOLD Camberwell-road, Surrey.

Tithes, Post-obit Bonds, Tontines, Debentures, Ground and LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, in the County of Berks,

Rents, Improved Rents, Shares in Docks, Canals, Mises, consisting of sundry Farms, large and small, near to the

Railways, Insurance Companies, and all Public Undertak. Faringdon-road Station, and the Town of Wantage, in

instructions to OFFER to PUBLIC COMPETI.

ings. the parishes of East Hanney, Wantage, Goosey, Stanford, TION, at the Auction Mart, Bartholomew-lane, on FRIDAY,

ESSRS. SHUTTLEWORTH and SONS Faringdon, Lambourne, and Great Coxwell, containing the 14th of AUGUST, at Twelve o'clock, in Four lots, suntogether about 1,670 Acres of Land.-By Messrs. HOG- dry valuable FREEHOLD ESTATES, exonerated from GÅRT and NORTON, at the Bear Inn, Wantage, on land-tax, very eligibly situate on the high Camberwell-road, years' experience having proved the classification of this spe. THURSDAY, 17th, and FRIDAY, 18th, of SEPTENcomprising a Freehold Ground Rent, of 551, per annum,

cies of property to be extremely advantageous and economi. BER, at Twelve for One o'clock precisely, in 41 Lots, by most amply secured upon six private Dwelling-Houses, being cal to vendors, and equally satisfactory and convenien: to order of the Devisees in Trust of the late E. P. Bastard, Nos. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26, Grosvenor-place, of the an

purchasers, the PERIODICAL SALES of reversionary inte. esq. nual value of 3501., with the valuable Reversion to the Fee rests, policies of insurance, tontines, debentures, adsos sops,

next presentations, and securities dependent upon human THESE ESTATES are situate in the several well secured upon a pair of houses in the rear, of the value life, sharez in docks, canals, mines, railways, and all bourne, Great Coxwell, Goosey, and Faringdon, comprising Fee thereof; a Freehold Dwelling, No. 20, Grosvenor-place,

follow:altogether about 1,670 acres of fine arable and rich dairy and extensive Premises behind on lease, to and in the occu.

Friday, September 4

Friday, Novembar 6 land, part in the rich Vale of White Horse, celebrated for pation of Mr. Freeman, iniller and corn-dealer, at the very

Friday, October 2

Friday, December 4. the produetiveness of its soil, and highly esteemed by agri. moderate clear annual rent of 501. free from all deductions

Particulars may be had Ten days previous to each sale, at culturists. The estates offer first-rate investments for large (property-tax excepted) ; likewise Two Freehold Houses in the Auction Mart; and of Messrs. SHUTTLEWORTH or small capitalists, and will be sub-divided into lots as Windmill-lane, immediately adjoining the above, in the re

and Sons, 28, Poultry. follow :East Hanney Farm, in the parish of East Hanney, with spective occupations of Mr. Rutland and Miss Creasy, at The noble Town Mansion of the late Right Hon. Lord Car.

rents amounting together to about 501. per annum.--To be farm-house, farm buildings, and 279a. Ir. 7p. of arable and viewed by permission of the respective tenants, and printed

bery, in Belgrave-square. pasture land, in the occupation of Mrs. Dormer.

specifications may be had of Messrs. DESBOROUGH and Furzewick Farm, comprising a most desirable property for YOUNG, Solicitors, 6, Sise-lane, Bucklersbury; at the Auc.

are honoured with instructions from the Executors, residence or investment, in a beautiful sporting part of the tion Mart, near the Bank of England ; and of Messrs. to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, on MONDAY, county, within a mile of the town of Wantage, comprising DRIVER, Surveyors and Land Agents, 8, Richmond-terrace, SEPTEMBER 14, at Two in the afternoon, the noble 306 acres of arable and pasture land, possessing a fine covert Whitehall.

TOWN RESIDENCE of the late Right Hon. Lord Car. for game, and on the margin of a splendid coursing country,

bery, situate No.3, on the north side of Belgrare-square, adapted for a sportsman, with a good farm-house and all

most elegantly fitted up, and in excellent order, containing other requisite outbuildings. In the occupation of Mr. James Very important and valuable Freehold Estate, embracing numerous principal and secondary bed-chambers, with dressFereman.

the entire Parish of Addington, free of Tithes and Land- ing-rooms, a magnificent suite of receptioo-rooms, comAlso, the following valuable Properties, situate in Charl.

tax, and almost of Poor-rates, with its spacious Mansion, prising two rery spacious lofty drawing-rooms cur audieat. ton Upper Field, Charlton Common Meadow, land called

excellent Manor for Game, the Advowson, and several ing with French windows glazed with plate glass and opening Kingsgrove and Bradfield, a Dairy and Arable Farm, ncar

first-rate Grazing and Dairy Farms (let at about 2,5001. upon balconies, the walls decorated with clegant bite eatin the Great Western Railway, all which estates are near to the town of Wantage, consisting of fine rich pastures, con.

per annum), extending nearly to the town of Winslow, and gold paper in compartments, the wood work and ceiling taining together about 140 acres. In the occupation of

only five miles from the county and borough town of painted white and enriched with gold mouldings and orga.

Buckingham, distinguished as the family seat and domain ments to correspond, and a lobby leading to a boudoir, the Mrs. Dormer, Messrs. Barnes, Wiblin, Fereman, Palmer,

of the late Honourable General Vere Poulett, forming a walls tastefully finished with oak paper and gilt mouilings, and others.

singularly eligible and solid investment for capital in a a spacious dining-room, with plate glass windoss, Deauy Millaway Farm, in the parish of Goosey, with farm-house,

proverbially rich and le sporting country.

painted and finished with enriched compo cornice, and comfarm-buildings, and 30a. Or. 4p. of arable and meadow land, in the occupation of Mr. A. Barnes.

ESSRS. DANIEL

municating, through folding doors, with an ante-roon or

SMITH and SON breakfast parlour, a library with painted walls and comes Stanford Farm, in the parish of Stanford, in the Vale of

are commissioned to announce that the above re. cornice, water-closet, and an imposing entrance-ball and White Horse, with a fine old manor house near the church, markably valuable and truly important FREEHOLD ES. vestibule paved with stone, principal and sceondary stone farm-buildings, and 110a. Ir. 28p. of arable and pasture TATE will be SOLD by AUCTION, in SEPTEMBER staircase to the second story. The domestic offices are cona. land, in the occupation of Mr. William Farrant.

next, unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made by plete in every department, with extensive cellariog of all Stanford Park Farm, in the parislı of Stanford, in the Vale private treaty. It comprises the spacious and substantial descriptions. In the rear of and communicating sith the of White Horse, a capital dairy farm, with a good house, mansion of Addington, with walled garden, capital stabling, mansion in Belgrave-mews is capital stailing for seren farm-buildings, and 310a. 1r. Tp. of arable, pasture, and &c. placed on a gentle elevation, nearly in the centre of one horses, standing for four carriages, with lofts and serrancs' meadow land, in the occupation of Mr. William Tarrant, of the most fertile domains in the county, embracing apartments over, and a washhouse with a laundry and sleep Mr. Charles Hunter, and others.

the entire parish, nearly encircled by a fine brook, and ing-room over. The property is leasehold, under the Va. An excellent house, in the village of Great Corwell, with chiefly rich grazing and dairy land, the whole tithe free, quis of Westminster, for a term of so seals tscapired, at a barn, stable, &c. and 79a. 2r. 15p; of arable, meadow, and and let to old respectable tenants, at reuts amounting ground rent of only 13!. per annum.-May be siezed by pasture land, in the occupation of Mr. James Forman. to about 2,500l. per annum; the perpetual advowson, cards only between the hours of Twelve ani Four, which,

66a. 2r. 19p. of arable and pasture land, in Eastbury with its parsonage and glebe, and the manor, which is with particulars, may be had of Messrs. SHUTTLE WORTH field, in the parish of Lambourne, in the occupation of Mr. well stocked with game, appertain to the estate. The tim. and SONS, 28, Poultry. Particulars may also be obtained Spicer.

ber is nearly all elm, a certain proof of the fertility of the of Messrs. BAXENDALE, TATHAM, UPTON, JOAN. Bockhampton Farm, in the parish of Lambourne, with soil. The high turnpike-road from Ayleshury to Bucking. SON, UProx, and JOHNSON, Solicitors, Great Wise farm-house, farm-buildings, and 92a. 2r. 9p. of arable and ham passes through the property close to the town of Winchester-street, Broad-street, and Lincolo's-inn-fields. pasture land, in the occupation of Mr. Spicer.

slow, and it is within a very easy distance of the several Hill's Farm, in the parish of Lambourne, with farmhouse, markets of Buckingham, Bicester, Stony Stratford, &c. The celebrated Streatham Spa, Cottages, Gardens, ani farm buildings, Illa. 3r. 28p. of arable, pasture, and wood This description of grass land is unlikely to be affected by

Orchard. land, in the occupation of Dir. Mildenhall.

any change as to corn laws or tariffs, and the property, The remaining lots will consist of accommodation plots of therefore, presents, with its peculiar and great local advan

ESSRS. SHUTTLEWORTH and SONS fine productive arable, meadow, and pasture land, in Brad- tages, an indisputably fine and choice property for the in

will SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart, va field, near the village of East Hanney, Goosey Green, in the yestment of money, with a most enjoyable domain for resi- FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, at 12, in one lot, a valnabie FREEparish of Great Coxwell, Lambourne, and in Eastbury-field, dence, being in a perfectly rural district, and in the centre of HOLD ESTATE, comprising the Streatham Mineral in quantities varying from 1 to 20 acres.

several packs of hounds. A station on the Buckinghamshire Springs, well known for nearly 200 years, for their medicinal These estates may be viewed, and particulars with plans Railway will be very near. Descriptive particulars, with qualities assimilating to those of Cheltenhan, sich a cos. had, twenty days prior to the sale, of Messrs. KARSLAKE plans, will be published when the day of sale is fixed, and in venient cottage residence, divided into two for letting daring and CREALOCK, Solicitors, 4, Regent-street; Mr. Or the interim the property may be viewed by application to the summer season, pump-room, well-bouse, sheds, and mond, solicitor, Wantage ; of Charles Bailey, esq. 5, Strat- Mr. King, Surveyor, Winslow; and every information ob- buildings, with well stocked flower-garden and productire ford-place; and Messrs. Phillips and Westbury, Andover ; tained of Messrs. DANIEL SMITH and SON, Land Agents orchard, comprising altogether about two acres, pleasantly particulars also at the King's Head, Abingdon ; Inn at Faand Surveyors, in Waterloo-place, Pall-mall;'or of Messrs. situate on rising ground, half a mile from the White Lion, ringdon; Bear, Reading; at the Mart; and of Messrs. KARSLAKE and CREALOCK, 'Solicitors, Carlton Cham: Streatham, and only six iniles from London on the high HOGGART and NORTON, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal bers, Regent-street.

Croydon-road, in the county of Surrey, and offering to an Exchange.

enterprising proprietor with a moderate capital a profitable N.B. I'he estates in East Hanney and Wantage only will

investment.-- Particulars may be had in due time of diessrs. be in the first day's sale.

BOGNOR, SUSSEX.- Valuable Land for Building LAW and TINDAL, Solicitors, New-square, Lincoln's-ion;
Purposes.

at the Auction Mart; and of Messrs. SHUTTLE WORTH

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The Freehold Manors of Byfleet and Weybridge, and Wal.

acquaint the public that they have received instructon Leigh, Surrey. tions from the mortgagees to SELL by AUCTION, at the ENLARGED TO THIRTY-TWO PAGES.

THE CRITIC. - This Family Literary Public, the SALE of the above MANORS will take lot, about 45 acres of Freehold Building Land, having a con. place at the Auction Mart, near the Bank of England, on

Journal is now the LARGEST AND CHEAPEST siderable frontage to the sea, and situated at Bognor, in the

LITERARY JOURNAL IN EUROPE. FRIDAY, the 14th instant, at Twelve o'clock, in one lot. ing-place, within easy distance of Chichester, Brighton, and county of Sussex, a delightful, he and improving water.

No. 84, for this day, price only ad. or 5d. stampei, conDescriptive printed Particulars are now ready, and may

tains:-Townsend's Lives of Eminent Judges-On the treathad, on application to Messrs: FRERE, FOSTER, and co nication with the metropolis. This property offers an eligi- ment of Epidemic Cholera-letters from Madras-BarersSolicitors, 6, New-square, Lincoln's-inn; at the Auction ble opportunity for the employment of capital, and securing nest-Tales of the Reformation - The Modern Orlando Mart, Bartholomew-lane ; and of Messrs. DRIVER, Suran excellent return for letting it off on building leases, at

The Dublin University Magazine--Dolman's Jagazinsveyors and Land Agents, 8, Richmond-terrace, Parliament. street, London.

ground-rents.-Printed particulars may be had in London, Simmonds's Colonial Magazine - Mores Catholici - The

of Mr. Hodgson, 32, Broad-street Buildings; of Messrs. People's Dictionary of the Bible-Kay on the Education of Freehold Ground Rents, Building Land, and Residence,

WINSTANLEY, Paternoster-row; and at the place of sale. the Poor- The Vade-Mecum of Fly-fishing-Journal of Ger-
Also of Mr. J. M. OGDEN, Solicitor, Sunderland ; Mr.

man Literature : Historical Personalities in the Memoirs of Bermondsey, Surrey.

Weller and Mr. Wright, at Chichester; the Norfolk 'Arms, Jacobi Casanova - Journal of American Literature : History ESSRS. DRIVER have been favoured at Little Hampton, and Arundel ; the 'Hotels at Worthing of New Netherlands - Journal of Natural His'ory: Jourze with instructions to offer to PUBLIC COMPETI. and Bognor ; and of Mr. Creasy, Auctioneer, Brighton.

of Insurance: Serenth Report of the Registrar-general of TION, at the Auction Mart, near the Bank of England, on

Births, &c.--The Tourist: Letters from a Travelling BacheFRIDAY, the 14th day of AUGUST, at Twelve o'clock, in

lor, No. 9-Art: Music: New Publications- Drama: Hay. nine lots, sundry very, valuable FREEHOLD ESTATES, Periodical Sale of Reversions, Life Interests, Annuities, Life market; Lyceum-Correspondence: Necrology: Dwarka. principally exonerated from land-tax, eligibly situate in Policies, Advowsons, Next Presentations, and all de nauth Tagore : Journal of Inventions, &c. : Journal of Menthe Grange-road, Bermondsey, comprising ground rents scriptions of Securities dependent upon' human life, tal Philosophy: Harveian Oration - Heirs-as-las, Next of amounting to about 135l. per annum,' well and amply se- Ground and improved Rents, Post Obit Bonds, Shares in Kin, &c: - Booksellers' Circular : Literary Intelligence ; cured on numerous dwelling-houses, tan-yards, and

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Railways, Mines, Insurance Companies, and all other List of New Books-Advertisements. mises, of the estimated annual value of 9301, with the valua. public undertakings.

The Monthly Family CRITIC, in a neat cover, ble reversion, in 22 years, to the fee thereof.

128 large pages, price only is. 6d. R. MARSH (late Fuller and Marsh) A stamped number, as a specimen, sent to any person, eaLikewise, a FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, adjoining the above, in the occupation of the Rev. Mr. Arm- ICAL SALES by AUCTION of the above description of

respectfully informs the Public, that his PERIOD.

closing three postage stamps.

CRITIC Office, 29, Essex-street, Strand. strong, at the low annual clear rent of 421.

PROPERTY will be continued throughout the present year Also, a valuable PLOT of FREEHOLD BUILDING

as follows: GROUND, containing about half an acre, situate at the rear

LONDON:-Printed by HENRY MORRELL Cos, of 74. Great thereof.

Thursday, August 6. Thursday, October 1. Printed specifications, with plans annexed, may be had at

Queen Street, in the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, is Thursday, November 5.

Thursday, September 3.

the County of Middlesex, Printer, at his Printing Office, the place of sale ; of Robert Thomas Searles, esq. Kent.

Thursday, December 3. road; of Messrs. POWELL, F. and W. BRODERIP, and

74 & 75, Great Queen Street aforesaid, and published by

Notice of sales intended to be effected by the above means Joan CROCKFORD, of 29, Essex Street, Strand, in the WILDE, Solicitors, 9, Lincoln's-inn New-square; and of should be forwarded to Mr. MARSH 14 days prior to each Parish of St. Clement Danes, in the City of Westminsta, Messrs. DRIVER, Surveyors and Land Agents, Parliamento date.- No. 27, Bucklersbury, corner of Charlotte-row, Man. at the Office of the LAW TIMES, No. 29, Essex Street street, London, sion-house, London.

aforesaid, on Saturday, the sth day of August, 1946.

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VOL. VII. No. 176.]

AND JOURNAL OF PROPERTY,

FOR

The Legislator, the Magistrate, and the Lawyer.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1846.

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mons how taken out,-form of,-how served,-when served,
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Bervico, &c. how enforced, how impeached.

By J. MOSELEY, Esq. Barrister-at-Law.
STEVENS and NORTON, Bell-yard.

OF THE
PEACE.-The Justice of the Peace and Parish Offi-
cer, in 3 vols. 12mo. price 31. Fourth Edition, by
JOHN FREDERICK ARCHBOLD, Esq.

ARCHBOLD'S JUSTICE

of the late Rev. George Moore, to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, at Twelve, in lots (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made by private contract), FIVE very desirable FREEHOLD FARMS, with suitable buildings, cottages, &c. in the beautiful, healthy, and fertile parish of Wrotham, the whole in very high condition, having been for some time past in the hands of the late proprietor, rendering them particularly desirable little properties for occupation or investment. Mr. Harrison, the bailiff, will shew the farms; and particulars, with ESSRS. LAMOND, SMALE, and LA-R. LAMBERT, esq. 32, John-street, Bedford-row; and of plans, may be had at the neighbouring inns; at the Mart; of MOND, Railway Share Auctioneers, beg to thank DANIEL SMITH and SON, land agents, Waterloo-place, their Friends and the Public for their continued support and Pall-mall. patronage, and to announce that their Public Sales of Railway Shares, &c. take place every Tuesday and Friday, at One o'clock, at the Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle-street, London, to which place all favours, containing instructions, are respectfully requested to be addressed.

RAILWAY SHARES BY PUBLIC SALE.

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All Scrip and Share Certificates must be deposited for
examination at least one day previously to their being
offered; and advices of results will be forwarded by the first
post after the sale, and the proceeds immediately disposed

of according to instructions.
Offices, Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle-street, London.

Barrister-at-Law;
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Justices of the Peace in and out of Sessions, the Practice of
Attorneys in Criminal Cases, with Forms in every case. The
third volume, comprising the whole of the Poor Law, with
Forms, may be had separate, price 17.

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The above will be one of the series of LAW TIMES Edi-
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MESSRS.

BOGNOR, SUSSEX.-Valuable Land for Building Purposes. WINSTANLEY respectfully AW.-A Gentleman who has been recently LAW TIMES Office, 29, Essex-street, and of all Booksellers. tions from the mortgagees to SELL by AUCTION, at the acquaint the public that they have received instrucadmitted, having served four years of his Clerkship in Mart, in London, on THURSDAY, the 27th August, in one the Country, and the residue with the Agent in Town, and who has a few connections in the Country, is desirous of oblot, about 45 acres of Freehold Building Land, having a considerable frontage to the sea, and situated at Bognor, in the taining a situation to attend to the general business of an office in London, where transacting Agency business on his county of Sussex, a delightful, healthy, and improving waterown account would not be objected to. The Advertiser Worthing, now possessing the advantage of railway commu ing-place, within easy distance of Chichester, Brighton, and would prefer a situation which might ultimately lead to a nication with the metropolis. This property offers an eligi partnership. ble opportunity for the employment of capital, and securing Address "V. W." Mr. White's, Law Bookseller, Devereux. an excellent return for letting it off on building leases, at court, Temple. ground-rents.-Printed_particulars may be had in London, of Mr. Hodgson, 32, Broad-street Buildings; of Messrs. WINSTANLEY, Paternoster-row; and at the place of sale. Also of Mr. J. M. OGDEN, Solicitor, Sunderland; Mr. at Little Hampton, and Arundel; the Hotels at Worthing Weller and Mr. Wright, at Chichester; the Norfolk Arms, and Bognor; and of Mr. Creasy, Auctioneer, Brighton.

Partnerships Wanted.

ME

WINDSOR PARK, ST. LEONARD'S.
TESSRS. DANIEL SMITH and SON
respectfully apprise the public that the particulars
and plans of this beautiful property are now ready; but the
SALE will take place on TUESDAY, 25th of AUGUST, in-
stead of the 18th, as before advertised.
Waterloo-place.

SUBSCRIPTION.
For One Year, paid in advance.. £2 7 0
For Half Year, paid in advance
Single Numbers, or on credit 0 1 0
Double Numbers...
0 1 6

1 5 0

The Estate of New Place, with its Mansion and famous

Trout Fishery, close to Alresford, Hants, about eight
miles from Winchester and 18 from Southampton.

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are commissioned to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, near the Bank of England, on FRIDAY, the (unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made by 18th day of SEPTEMBER next, at Twelve o'clock, Private Contract), the above valuable FREEHOLD PRO PERTY; comprising the mansion of New Place, the prominent feature amidst the picturesque scenery on apAW PRACTICE.-WANTED to PUR-sent occupied by Lady Paxton, who will give early possesproaching the town of Alresford from Winchester, at pre

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TICE in either Town or Country, or, if desired, the adver-
tiser will take the whole at once, or at the expiration of a
Letters, stating full particulars and terms, to be addressed to
H. Y. LAW TIMES Office, Essex-street, Strand, London.

short term.

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KENT.-Valuable Freehold Farms in the picturesque and healthy parish of Wrotham, about 23 miles from town, and 11 from Maidstone.

ESSRS. DANIEL SMITH and SON

The Great and Valuable ESTATE of WHITTLESEA, extending to within two miles of the city of Peterbo rough.

DANIEL SMITH and SON

are commissioned by the noble proprietors to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, near the Bank of England, in ously made by Private Contract), the above truly valuable SEPTEMBER (unless an acceptable offer shall be previand important FREEHOLD ESTATE, between Peterborough and Wisbeach, in Cambridgeshire, comprising the vast manors of Whittlesea, embracing nearly 24,000 acres, and in which are 200 or 300 copyholders, paying quit-rents and fines, the greater part of the flourishing town of Whittlesea, the bank premises, several private residences, inn, shops, &c. being held of the said manor.

Also above 2,100 ACRES of most FERTILE LAND, divided into COMPACT FARMS, and let at low rents to a highly respectable and intelligent tenantry with some very valuable dispersed parcels of land adjoining and contigu. ous to the town, portions eligible for building.

Also, the ADVOWSON of the Vicarage of St. Mary, and the FREEHOLD RENT-CHARGES, in lieu of tithes, extending over nearly 18,000 ACRES, of the annual value together of upwards of 6,000l. exclusive of the valuable manors and living; offering, with its many advantages, a fine inAluential and solid property for the investment of capital. There is a navigable river and canal through the estate, and the railway from Peterborough to Ely, &c. passes through Whittlesea.

The estate and manors will form one lot, the freehold rent-charges another, and the advowson a third lot.

Particulars may be obtained of Messrs. JONES, BATE. MAN, and BENNETT, Solicitors, Lincoln's-inn-fields; at the Auction Mart; of Mr. JOHN WADDELOW, Whittlesea, who will shew the estates; and of Messrs. DANIEL SMITH and SON, Land Agents, in Waterloo-place, Pallmall.

Periodical Sales (established in the year 1803) of Reversions, Life Interests, Annuities, Policies of Assurance, Advowsons, Next Presentations, Rent Charges in lieu of Tithes, Post-obit Bonds, Tontines, Debentures, Ground Rents, Improved Rents, Shares in Docks, Canals, Mines, Railways, Insurance Companies, and all Public Undertak ings. ESSRS. SHUTTLEWORTH and SONS grounds, having an extensive and important frontage upon respectfully inform the public, that upwards of 40 the high road, from which it is screened by ornamental years' experience having proved the classification of this speplantations. The estate comprises, in a most perfect and cies of property to be extremely advantageous and economicompact ring fence, about 105 acres, part very valuable cal to vendors, and equally satisfactory and convenient to water meadows, extending to and embracing the river, purchasers, the PERIODICAL SALES of reversionary inte<< which bounds it on the lower or north side for a mile, afford rests, policies of insurance, tontines, debentures, advowsons, some of the best trout in the It is a renext presentations, and securities dependent upon human markably healthy and a famous sporting part of the country. life, shares in docks, canals, mines, railways, and all -It may be viewed with cards, which, with particulars and public undertakings, will be continued through 1846, as lithographic plans, may be had at Messrs. Jacob and Johnson's library, Winchester; at the hotels, Southampton; at the Auction Mart; of Messrs. DUNN, CARTER, and HOPKINS, Solicitors, Alresford; and of Messrs. DANIEL SMITH and SON, Land Agents, in Waterloo-place, Pallmall.

follow:

Friday, September 4 Friday, November 6 Friday, October 2 Friday, December 4. Particulars may be had Ten days previous to each sale, at the Auction Mart; and of Messrs. SHUTTLEWORTH and SONS, 28, Poultry,

MEDICAL OFFICERS.

EQUI

QUITY & LAW LIFE ASSURANCE the Lord- Lieutenant and Privy Council, 2001. per 1813 to 1833, as also the number of persons executed SOCIETY, No. 26, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, London, anuum in 18+1 and 6121. 145. 11d. in 1843, less by in London and Middlesex from 1825 to 1845 inclu. TRUSTEES.

the charges incident for poor-rates and other neces- sive. In 1813 as many as 120 persons were exeThe Right. Hon. Lord Monteagle.

sary expenses. An increased annual amount of cuted for all crimes, of which 20 were executed at The Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron.

2701. 3s. 5d. has been insured to the fund by the drop. York and 17 in Middlesex (including London). In The Hon. Mr. Justice Coleridge.

ping of leases which the commissioners had refused to that year 30 were hung for murder : the number The Hon. Mr. Justice Erle. Nassau W. Senior, esq. Master in Chancery.

renew. They state that within the past year they committed for murder was 87. For the three follow. Chas. Purton Cooper, esq. Q.C. LL.D. F.R.S. had been enabled to apply the moneys thus set aparting years the executions (for all crimes) were under George Capron, esq.

to the augmentation of forty-one benefices, the 100. In 1817 they numbered 115, in 1819 they were DIRECTORS.

greater part being livings of very small value, which 108, and in the year following 107. In 1521 the J. E. Armstrong, esq.

Charles Henry Moore, esq. have been raised to 1001, a year. To benefices of this number was 114, and from that year to the end of Thomas Wm. Capron, esq.

Henry Hoyle Oddie, esq.
Mr. Serjeant Clarke.
Sir Francis Palgrave, F.R.S.

class they state that their attention had hitherto been 1833 the number executed in England and Wales for
John Ellis Clowes, esq. J. Phillimore, V.C.L., F.R.S. solely confined. Lists of such applications for aug. all crimes were under 100 in each year. In 1833 (the
William I. Denne, esq.
George W. K. Potter, csq.

mentation as the commissioners had received from last year mentioned), it appears that 33 were executed Sir Fortunatus Dwarris. F. Newman, Rogers, esq. incumbents in the several dioceses, were sent to the for all crimes. 52 were committed for murder, in 9 Francis Ewart, esq.

Q.C.
Samuel I. Fearon, esq.
Nassau W. Senior, esq.

respective diocesans, and their opinion requested as of which there was no prosecution ; 30 were ac

to the merits of these or any other cases which they quitted, 4 found to be insane, 9 were convicted, 6 N. Hollingsworth, esq. E. Wilbraham, esq. Q.C. J. Herbert Koe, esq. Q.C.

wished to bring under the notice of the commissioners. were executed, and 3 commuted or pardoned. With AUDITORS,

The augmentative salaries paid to the clergy from respect to the executions in London for the last 21 J. T. Graves, esq. F.R.S, Eric Rudd, esq.

Primate Boulter's Fund within the year amounted to years (1825 to 1845 inclusive), it appears that the R. J. Phillimore, D.C.L. | George Lake Russell, esq. 4,3961. 155.; and, under the powers vested in the executions in London and Middlesex for all crimes BAXKERS.

commissioners by the Church Temporalities Acts, numbered 129, of which 24 were for morder. In the Messrs. Hoare, Fleet-street.

6,409l. 15. 4d. was paid in the way of stipends to the same period 158 were committed for murder, and 37 SOLICITORS.

city of Dublin, and to other curates, and also to dio. convicted of the crime. The only triennial period in Messis. Rooper, Birch, and Ingram, Lincoln's-inn-fields.

cesan schoolmasters. After providing for various which no execution occurred in London, was 1834, Messrs. Sir Matthew Barrington, Son, and Jeffers, Dublin.

charges, the commissioners within the year appropri. 1835, and 1836. In the seven triennial periods emRobert Willis, M.D. John Scott, M.D.

ated to church works 24,0001. of which 18,4691. i6s. braced in the return respecting Loudon, the follow. B. Atkinson, esq.

was allocated to repairs, and 5,5301. 4s. to rebuilding result is given :-In 1825, 1826, and 1827, the ACTUARY AND SECRETARY.

ings, aided by private subscriptions, amounting to number was 53 ; in the next triennial period, 52; in J. J. Sylvester, esq. M.A., F.R.S.

2,3591. Os. 7d. The repairs undertaken by the com- the next, 12; in the next, none; next, 3; the best, This Society grants Insurances upon the lives of persons missioners were, they state, only such as appeared ab. 4; and the last, 5; so that in the last nine years in every profession and station wherever resident.

solutely necessary, but in this category they place only 12 persons have been executed in London. Four-fifths of the profits are divided among the assured. about three-fourths of the churches in Ireland.

DEATH BY ACCIDENTS COMPENSATION. - Bil The rates are calculated on the lowest scale consistent with Poor LAW COMMISSIONERS' REPORT.-An ac- gives right of action when death has ensued from acts security, from the Government returns. The payments may count of the money received as poor-rate and ex, which, if death had not ensued, would have eatitled be made, yearly, balf-yearly, and quarterly, during life, or for a limited period.

pended for the relief of the poor in England and the injured party to legal redress. Right to bring "Assurances for the whole Term of Life may also be effected Wales for the parochial year ending Lady-day, 1845. such action vested in the personal representative of upon an Increasing Scule, commencing at a rate much below The receipts were 7,009,511l.; the expenditure deceased, and damages awarded to go to next of kin, the ordinary Premiums, and exempt from any augmentation 6,857,4021. Both amounts corresponded nearly with according to the canons regulating the distribation of for a period of seren years. The Board meets every Wednesday, at half-past Three the different counties there were extensive variations : lie in respect to the same subject-matter of com

those of the preceding year. As respects, however, personal estate. Proviso, that only one action shall o'clock, to receive proposals and transact other business ; but In the six following counties there was a decrease as any assurance for which immediate despatch is required may

plaint. be effected on the same day that it is proposed.

compared with 1844 ; Nottingbam 12 per cent. ; York In cases where a life assured by another has gone beyond West Riding 11; Lancaster 9; Chester 5; Durham the limits prescribed by the policy, without the knowledge of 5; Stafford 5. In the 8 following counties there was

THE REPORTS. the party interested, the Society will, upon his application, an increase, Huntingdon 12 per cent.; Warwick 9; and proof of the life being then in a satisfactory state of Anglesey 7; Cambridge 7; Brecon 6; Suffolk 6; The following are the names of gentlemen wbo favour the risk as applicable to such life), renew the policy upon the Oxford 6; Norfolk 6. It appears that the diminution

LAW Times with the Reports :same terms as they would have required for its continuance has chiefly occurred in the manufacturing, and the in- PRIVY COUNCIL by Txomas CAMPPR Festes had their consent been previously obtained.

crease in the agricultural districts. The commis- the Middle Temple, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. The usual commission allowed to all solicitors. sioners attribute this to the extensive and constant

EQUITY COURTS. demand for manufacturing labour during the year LORD CHANCELLOR’S COURT by RICHARD GRIF

1845 on the one hand, and on the other hand to the riths WelFORD, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister. Bills in Progress.

at-Law.
interruption in the employment of the agricultural
labourers occasioned by the drought in the summer of

VICE-CHANCELLOR of ENGLAND'S COURT, by

GEORGE GOLDSMITH, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Bare OPENING OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.

1844, and the length and severity of the cold during rister-at-Law. This Bill recites that it would tend to the more the year 1644-5. The total number of paupers re- ROLLS COURT, by J. MACAULAY, Esq. of the Inne equal distribution and to the consequent despatch of lieved during the year 1845 was 1,470,970, being a de- Temple, Barrister-at-Law. business in the superior, courts of common law at crease of 0.1 per cent upon the number relieved in 1844. VICE-CHANCELLOR KNIGHT BRUCE'S COURT by Westminster, and would at the same time be greatly In the number of able-bodied paupers relieved in the

Geo. S. ALLNUTT, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barristere for the benefit of the public, if the right of Barristers- workhouse during the year 1845 there was a diminution VICE-CHANCELLOR WIGRAM'S COURT, by VESET at-Law to practise, plead, and to be beard, extended of 10 per cent. as compared with the previous year. In T. Dawson, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. equally to all the said courts ; but by reason of the the number of able-bodied paupers who received outexclusive privilege of Serjeants-at-Law to practise, door relief on account of temporary sickness or accident The QUEEN'S BENCH, by Adam BITTLESTON, Esg. of

COMMON LAW COURTS. plead, and have audience in the Court of Common there was an increase of more than 5 percent.; but in the the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and EDWARD Wise, Pleas at Westminster during Term time, such object number of the same class who received out-door relief Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Lar. cannot be effected without the authority of Parlia. on account of all other causes, including vagrants, The COURT of COMMON PLEAS, by Paul PARNELL, ment; it is therefore to be enacted, there was a decrease of nearly six per cent. In the

Esq. of the Middle Temple. “That from and after the passing of this Act, all total number of able-bodied persons relieved in 1845, The COURT OF EXCHEQUER by 1. T. COLE, Esq. of Barristers-at-Law, according to their respective rank there was a diminution of two 7-16th per cent. The

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Lak. and seniority, shall and may have and exercise equal commissioners state that though they had not then The BAIL COURT by T. W. SAUNDERS, Esq. of the Mid. rights and privilege of practising, pleading, and received complete returns of the receipt and expendi- dle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. audience in the said Court of Common Pleas at West. ture of the poor-rate for the year ending Lady-day, The EXCHEQUER CHAMBER by HERBERT Broox, minster with the said Serjeants-at-Law; and it shall 1846, they were of opinion, that throughout Eugland

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. be lawful for the justices of the said court, or any and Wales, the working classes had, during this pe

BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT COURTS. three of them, of whom the Lord Chief Justice of the riod, been steadily employed at wages rather above The COURT of REVIEW by Geo. S. ALLKUTT, Esq. of the said court shall be one, to make rules and orders, and than below the average rates, as well in the agricul. LONDON COMMISSIONERS' COURTS and the IN. to do all other things necessary for giving effect to tural as the manufacturing parts of the country. The this enactment." demand for hands in the manufacturing districts, they

SOLVENT COURT, by PAUL PAENELL, Esq. of the

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. GAUGE OF RAILWAYS.—The Bill which has add, was constant, and the employment of agricultu- BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT, by F. T. ALLEX, Esq. passed the House of Lords, entitled "An Act for ral labourers was much facilitated by the unusual of Lincoln's-inn, Barrister-at-Law, Regulating the Gauge of Railways,” has been printed. mildness of the winter. During last wioter scarcely NISI PRIUS, CIRCUITS, AND CROWN CASES. There are nine clauses in the measure following the any workhouse in a rural union was so full as to ne- CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, by B. C. ROBIXSOS, preamble, “Whereas it is expedient to define the cessitate the allowance of out-door relief to the able. Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. gauge on which railways shall be constructed.”, Af- bodied. Referring to the partial failure of the potato CROWN CASES (before all the Judges) by A. BITTLEter the passing of the Act it is not to be lawful, ex. crop for 1845, they state that it had not then in Eng. NORTHERN CIRCUIT, York and Liverpool, by J. B. cept in cases mentioned, to construct any railway for land produced any important influence on the food of the conveyance of passengers on any gauge other the people. Under the head of medical relief, it is

ASPINALL, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. The other parts of than 4 feet 8 inches and half an inch in Great Britain, stated that in 1845, the number of persons success

the Circuit, by G. F.H.OLEPHANT, Esq. Barrister-at-Lar.

WESTERN CIRCUIT, by EDWARD W. Cos, Esq. of the and 5 feet three inches in Ireland. The exceptions fully vaccinated was to the number of births as 100

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. is to be used. By the 4th provision it is declared gration of poor persons was not so extensive as in SITTINGS AT NISI PRIUS AFTER TERM, by JOAN are set forth, and on certain railways the broad gauge to 140. It appears that during last year, the emi- NORFOLK CIRCUIT by JNO. B. Dasent, Esq. Barrister. that after the passing of the Act the gauge of any rail- former periods, doubtless, in consequence of the LANE, Esq. D.C.L. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. way used for the conveyance of passengers is not to greater demand for labour in this country. While be altered. Railways constructed contrary to this the favourable report applies to England, a very dif- REGISTRATION APPEALS in the COMMON PLEAS

ELECTION LAW. Act may be abated. There is a provision for the ferent account is applicable to Ireland. There the by EDWARD W. Cox, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Bar. recovery of penalties.

total number of inmates in work houses had increased rister-at-Law; and HENBY TINDAL ATKINSON, Esq. ef

from 41,118 during the week ending December 20, the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

1845 (being 2,022 more than in the corresponding ELECTION.COMMITTEES by EDWARD W. Cos, Esq.

week of 1814), to 50,717 during the week ending REGISTRATION COURTS, collected and edited by Eds. ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION, IRELAND.-Ret March 28, 1846, being 8,483 more than during the

W. Cox, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. por horas Commissioners to the Lord-Lieutenan. corresponding week of 1845. Executions.-By a return lately printed, ob. The LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT by WilliaX

IRISH REPORTS. states that, for the augmentation of small livings, the tained by Mr. Ewart (Dumfries), a list is given of commissioners sct apart out of the moneys accruing the number of persons' executed for all crimes, and QUEEN'S BENCH and CRIMINAL COURTS by Wx.

Duggan, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. from tithes and glebes disappropriated by orders of committed for murder, in England and Wales,

rom St. LEGER BABINGTON, LL.D. Barrister-at-Law.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

[The charge for the insertion of the above is 5s.]
BIRTHS.
BITTLESTON.-On the 12th inst. at 17, Southampton-street,
Bloomsbury-square, the wife of Adam Bittleston, esq. of
MARRIAGES.

BEVIR, E. J. esq. of Lincoln's-inn, barrister-at-law, to
Sarah, eldest daughter of Joseph Sadler, esq. of Gordon-2s.
place, Tavistock-square, on the 11th inst. at St. Pancras
Church.
COLERIDGE, John Duke, esq. eldest son of Hon. Mr. Justice
Coleridge, to Jane Fortescue, third daughter of the Rev. G.
T. Seymour, of Farringford, Isle of Wight, on the 11th
inst. at Freshwater, Isle of Wight.
HAGERMAN, Hon. C. A. one of the Judges of the Court

of Queen's Bench, Canada, to Caroline, third daughter
of the late William George Daniel Tyssen, esq. of Foley-
house, Kent, and Foulden-hall, Norfolk, on the 12th inst.
at St. James's Church, Piccadilly.
JUDD, William Copland, esq. of the Middle Temple, barris-
ter-at-law, eldest son of William Judd, esq. of Curzon-
lodge, Old Brompton, to Alicia, daughter of the late
George Gloster, esq. of Derrynokane, county of Limerick,
on the 11th inst. at Trinity Church, Sloane-street.
KENYON, J. R. esq. of Lincoln's-inn, D.C.L. Recorder of
Oswestry, and second son of Hon. T. Kenyon, of Pradoe,
Salop, to Mary Eliza, only daughter of E. Hawkins, esq.
of the British Museum, on the 11th inst. at Tandridge,
Surrey.
WILSON, T. L. esq. son of Horace Wilson, esq. Professor of
Sanscrit, Oxford, to Jean, only daughter of Dr. A. White,
Deputy Inspector-General of Army Hospitals, on the 8th
inst. at Bolton, Yorkshire.

a son.

DEATHS.
BARCLAY, Thomas Fraser, esq. of the Middle Temple, and
late of Tavistock-square, on the 9th inst. at Ken sington-
gore, in the 24th year of his age.
WALKER, Sarah, relict of the late William Walker, esq. of
Brunswick-square, and King's Bench-walk, Temple, on
the 8th inst. in Penton-street, Pentonville, aged 77.

CORRESPONDENCE.

Miscellaneous.

Y COMMAND of HER MAJESTY'S GO. VERNMENT, in consequence of the many cures achieved by the constant use of GRIMSTONE'S EYE-SNUFF, manufactured of

BY

SCHIEDAM HOLLANDS.-Owing to the late choice British Herbs Government having ascertained the above fact,

has commanded W. Oxford-street, to affix a me-
dicine stamp on all canisters bearing the label as sanctioned by the
Lords of the Treasury in 1825, and approved by the Stamp Solicitor in
1827. That this celebrated Grimstone's Eye-Snuff will be sold by all
Chemists and Medicine Vendors, in canisters at 94d. 1s. 6d, 2s. 7d,
4s. 6d, and 9s. each, stamp included, and forwarded through the post.
Upon receipt of a Money Order for 3s. 7d. a 2s. 7d. canister will be for-
warded from W. GRIMSTONE, Merchant, 434, Oxford-street, London.

enormous duty on this beautiful and wholesome Spirit, compara-
tively very little has been used or known in this country. The Public
have, therefore, had no opportunity of testing its merits. VINCENT
and PUGH, after innumerable experiments and immense outlay in
machinery, have at length arrived at that acme of distillation which has
enabled them to produce an ARTICLE equal in every respect to the
finest Foreign. Vincent and Pugh introduce this splendid matchless
spirit to the public for their opinion and approbation, which they trust
it merits, not only for quality but price, being enabled to offer it at
(VINCENT & PUGH), and scaled for security as to its genuineness.
6d. per bottle, in square Dutch bottles, with the corks branded
To be had of all the respectable retail dealers in and about the me
tropolis, or of their agent, Mr. Charles Hodder, Castle, Moorgate-street,
City, and wholesale, Vincent and Pugh, Distillery, 16, New Park-
street, Borough, and 10, Rood-lane, City.
The public attention is particularly called to their Pale Brown
British Brandy, which is allowed to be matchless.

I am, Sir, yours, &c.
Truro, Aug. 6, 1846.

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAW TIMES.

SIR,-By the 19th sect. of the 5 & 6 Wm. 4, c.
59 (the Cruelty to Animals Prevention Act), all
tions, &c. which may be brought or commenced
against any person for any thing done in pursuance
or under authority of that Act, are to be commenced
within one calendar month next after the fact com-
mitted, and not afterwards; and fourteen days' no-
tice in writing is to be given of such action. By the
5 & 6 Vict. c. 97, s. 4, it is enacted, "That from and
after the passing of this Act, in all cases where notice
of action is required, such notice shall be given one
calendar month, at least, before any action shall be
commenced." From which it would appear, that, as
the law now stands, a party aggrieved can have no
remedy against any person acting in pursuance or
under the authority of the first-mentioned Act, if such
The point
person be entitled to notice of action.
does not appear to have been raised in Layton v.
Hurry, 15 Law J. Rep. (n. s.) Q.B. 244; probably
that case was considered within the principle of
kins v. Crowe, 7 Car. & P. 373, and therefore notice
was not required.

first

Writing, Planning, Drawing, and Printing, LITHOGRAPHY in all its Branches, Mapping, style, and on the most moderate terms, at DEAN and CO.'s LITHO GRAPHIC PRINTING OFFICES, 35, 36, to 40, Threadneedle-street, City, where Merchants and the Trade may be supplied with Stationery, the best German Stones and Transfer Paper, French Chalks, and Inks; and with their improved Lithographic Press, so excellent in principle and construction, that it is warranted to do the finest work with perfect case and certainty.

Solicitors, Auctioneers, and Surveyors, entrusting their Drawings to DEAN and CO. will find them executed with accuracy and great dispatch. Their artists and workmen in the different branches of printing are employed on the premises.

FL

LOOR-CLOTH WAREHOUSE, No. 253,
Strand, near Temple Bar. Established 1815.
JOHN WILSON begs respectfully to remind the Public that he con-
best article can be manufactured. He begs an inspection of his pre
tinues to supply seasoned Floor-Cloth at the lowest price at which the
sent stock, which for soundness of quality, and variety of pattern, can-
not be surpassed.

F. BRAITHWAITE.

THE LAW TIMES.

A LITTLE ADDITION TO COMFORT.

HUNTING,
IN WALKING, RIDING, and
almost every man who wears drawers is bothered to keep them in
the right place. The new Comprimo Brace (registered Act 6 and 7
Vict.) supports at once both drawers and trousers, This simple con-
keeps the drawers well in their which is essential to
the well fitting of the trousers, and comfort of the wearer. Prices, 2s.
2s. 6d., 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d., to 10s. 6d. A great variety at the outfitting
warehouse of the inventor, Henry Powell, 102, New Bond-street,
where can be seen a large assortment of the new registered Templer
Caps for sleeping, travelling, or soiree. The immense sale of which is
the strongest proof of the comfort they afford to the many thousands
who have tested them. Night-caps, 1s. to 4s.; Travelling, 5s. 6d. to
18s. Either sent to any part of the kingdom for post-office orders with
threepence added to price of each.
The finest German Eau de Cologne, 17s. per case of 6 bottles,
38. per bottle.

and SON'S LIST of con

taining a full description of weights, sizes, and prices, by which 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 ac-establishment, the largest in London, exclusively for the manufacture and sale of bedding (no bedsteads or other furniture being kept).HEAL and SON, Feather Dressers and Bedding Manufacturers, 196,

opposite the Chapel, Tottenham.court-road.

POOR PRISONERS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAW TIMES.
"Notes upon Circuit," in
SIR,-On reading your
the LAW TIMES of Saturday last, it struck me,-
Why should not prisoners who are acquitted have
their costs paid by the county? A man, then, con-
scious of his innocence, would not be afraid to sub-
pœna or bring up his witnesses, if they were not
bound over to appear. It appears to me that this
would be quite, if not more reasonable than allowing
a prosecutor his expenses where the prosecution fails.
I am, Sir, yours, &c.
THOS. SAML. WRIGHT.

Leamington, Aug. 11, 1846.
[We quite agree with our correspondent.-ED.]

RAILWAY BILLS.-Third Report from the Select Committee.-The number of petitions presented are 592; thus:-For railways in England and Wales, 395; Scotland, 120; Ireland, 47.

specially

ARSON'S ORIGINAL ANTI-CORROSION ments, the Hon. East-India Company, the principal Dock Companies, and other public bodies, &c. is particularly recommended to the Nobility, Gentry, Agriculturists, Manufacturers, West-India Proprietors, and others, it having been proved, by the practical test of nearly sixty years, to surpass all other Paints as an out-door preservative. It is extensively used for the preservation of wooden houses, farm and other farming implements,

iron railing, iron hurdles, copper, zinc, lead, brick, stone, old compo

and stucco and to The of the
ANTI-CORROSION over every other paint, for out-door purposes, may
most strenuously opposed by colour manufacturers, painters, oil and
be easily inferred from the simple fact that its use has been always
colourmen, and others interested in the sale of common paints. It is
light stone, drab or Portland ditto, Bath ditto, light and dark yellow
also very economical, any labourer being able to lay it on. Colours-
ditto, light and dark oak, light and dark lead, light and dark chocolate,
bright and dark red, and black, 34s, per cwt.; invisible green, 50s.;
bright ditto, 60s.; deep green, 60s. per cwt.; in casks, 2 lb., 56 lb., and
112 lb. each. Oil and Brushes. More detailed particulars will be sent,
free of postage. The original ANTI-CORROSION PAINT is only to be
obtained of WALTER CARSON (successor to the inventors), 15, To-
kenhouse-yard, back of the Bank of England, who will shew nearly 300
Testimonials received from the Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy, who have
used the Anti-Corrosion for many years
country seats. W. C.
is reluctantly compelled to caution the Public against the spurious imi-
tations of his Original ANTI-CORROSION PAINT, now offered for
sale. He has no agents whatever. All orders are particularly requested
to be sent direct

NOFFEE AS IN FRANCE.-It is a fact beyond dispute, that in order to obtain really fine Coffee, there must be a combination of the various kinds; and to produce strength and Hop-favour, certain proportions should be mixed according to their different properties. Thus it is we have become celebrated for our delicious Coffee at 1s. Sd. which is the astonishment and delight of all who have tasted it, being the produce of four countries, selected and mixed by rule peculiar to our establishment, in proportions not known to any other house.

First Report from the Select Committee on Railways Bills Classification.

Save from Thirty to Forty per Cent. at least by purchasing your

128, CHANCERY-LANE, five doors from FLEET-STREET, WHOLESALE STATIONER and PAPER MAKER'S AGENT, The following is the present list of prices for good Papers, all of which can be warranty as the best of their descripilous:from 2s. 6d. per ream. Thin Bath Note Papers...

Good

at 35. 6d.

ditto ditto

Best

YACHTING, DRIVING, and ANGLING.-
The NEW DREADNOUGHT COATS and CAPES, made by STATIONERY AT PARTRIDGE'S,
J.C. CORDING, will be found by Sailors and Sportsmen to be the best
articles ever made up for their use. They will resist the heaviest rain and
sou-westers, caps, and
their
the fiercestt ropical heat for any time, and their durability & equal to
gloves, of the same proofing. Officers and others going to the colonies
will find these articles invaluable. Gentlemen who drive should use
CORDING'S new waterproof driving aprons and coats, the most service
able and complete things of the kind, and approved by all who have tried
them. Ladies' light riding capes, with hoods and sleeves. CORD-
ING'S improved sheet India rubber boots are superior to any thing
hitherto made for the comfort of anglers and snipe-shooters. They are
light, pliable, and never crack; impervious to water for any length of
time, and require no dressing to keep them in condition. Patterns and
prices sent on application. Any description of article made to order.
London: J. C. CORDING, 231, Strand, five doors west of Temple Bar.

Satin Note Paper ...

Best Satin ditto

The New Cream coloured

COURT OF CHANCERY.-Annual return under the Act 5 & 6 Vict. c. 103, of the state of the several funds standing in the name of the Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery, and the charges upon the same. On the Suitors' Fund account, the payments for the year ending October 1, 1845, were 99,5241.; leaving a balance in hand, upon the receipts of the year, of 11,9331. On the Fee Fund account, the amount received during the year ending November 24, 1845, for fees, &c. was 134,8741.; the charges, 139,4397.; and the excess of charges, 4,5641.

ARVING IN WOOD.-The important reducprocess enables the proprietors to encourage the prevailing taste by supplying the most exquisite specimens of genius in the Gothic, Eliza bethan, French, and Italian styles, adapted to all architectural purposes, picture frames, and every possible variety of elaborate decoration. The proprietors solicit an inspection of the specimens executed by this their works, Ranelagh-road, Thames-bank. Published by J. Weale, simple and beautiful process, at their offices, 444, West Strand, or at 59, Holborn, Parts I., II. III, and IV. price 3s. each (to be continued), containing specimen drawings of elaborate Carvings in Wood, produced by the Patent Wood Carving Company, 444, West Strand."

NEW DE-Dent of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, fixed without springs,

NEW DISCOVERY.-Mr. HOWARD, Sur52, Fleet-street, begs to introduce an ENTIRELY wires, or ligatures. They so perfectly resemble the natural Teeth as not to be distinguished from the original by the closest observer; they will NEVER CHANGE COLOUR or DECAY, and will be found very superior to any Teeth ever before used. This method does not require the extraction of roots or any painful operation, and will give support and preserve teeth that are loose, and is guaranteed to restore articulation and mastication; and that Mr. Howard's improvements may be within the reach of the most economical, he has fixed his charges at the lowest scale possible. Decayed teeth rendered sound and useful in mastication.-52, Fleet-street. At home from Ten till Five.

From experiments we have made on the various kinds of Coffee, we have arrived at the fact, that no one kind possesses strength and flavour. If we select a very strong Coffee it is wanting in flavour; by the same rule we find the finest and most flavourous Coffees are generally wanting in strength; and as they are usually sold each kind separately, quite regardless of their various properties, the consumer is not able to obtain really fine coffee at any price. There is also another peculiar advantage we possess over other houses-our roasting apparatus being constructed on decidedly scientific principles, whereby the strong aromatic flavour of the Coffee is preserved, which, in the ordinary process of roasting, is entirely destroyed; and as we are coffee roasters, we are enabled to keep a full supply of fresh roasted Coffee continually, after the Parisian

and Continental method.

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most scientific principles, thoroughly cleansing between the teeth, when used up and down, and polishing the surface when used crossways. This Brush so entirely enters between the closest teeth, that the inventors have decided upon naming it the TOOTHPICK BRUSH; therefore ask for it under that name, marked and numbered as under-viz.-full-sized Brushes, marked T. P. W. No. 1, hard; No. 2,

T. P. N. No. less No. soft.

less hard: No 3, middling; No.4, soft. The narrow Brushes, marked
These inimitable Brushes are only to be had at ROSS and SONS, and
in bone; or 2s. each, or 21s, per dozen, in ivory.

they warrant the hair never come out, at 1s. each, or 10s. per dozen,

THE ATRAPILATORY, or LIQUID HAIR DYE-The only Dye that

really snswers for all colours, and does not require re-doing, but as the
hair grows, as it never fades or acquires that unnatural red or purple
tint common to all other dyes. ROSS and SONS can, with the greatest
confidence, recommend the above Dye as infallible, if done at their es-
tablishment; and ladies or gentlemen requiring it are requested to
bring a friend or servant with them to see how it is used, which will
enable them to do it afterwards without the chance of failure. Several
Private apartments devoted entirely to the above purpose, and some of

at 4s. 6d.
at 5s. 6d.

at 5s. 6d.

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at 5s. 6d.

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Letter Papers of each of the above qualities at the same proportionate prices.

The best Envelopes in London reduced to 4s. 9d. per 1,000, assorted.
Partridge's extra-superfine brilliant Wax 3s. 9d. per lb.
Superfine ditto, generally called the beat 3s. Od.
Good office Wax..

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2s. Od. 33 3s. Od.

Best Irish Wafers, warranted

33

Partridge's Steel Pens are well known for the ease and freedom with which they write; they are manufactured with the greatest care, of the best material, very carefully selected, and every Pen warranted, at 1s. 3d. per gross. Seconds Pens, 4d. per gross. Partridge's Magnum Bonum Pens, 3s. per gross.

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AN INFALLIBLE HAIR DYE.

MELACOMIA, the most success

ful Liquid Preparation, ever known in this or any other country for Dyeing the Hair of the Head, Whiskers, Mustachios, and Erebrows a natural and permanent brown or black, so exactly resembling the natural colour of the hair as to defy detection. It is perfectly innocent in its nature, is free from any unpleasant smell, and can be used by any lady or gentleman with the greatest ease and secrecy. Its effect is so permanent that neither water nor perspiration will influence it; and it is entirely free from those properties (usual in hairdyes) which give an unnatural red or purple tint to the hair. Price, 58. Prepared by A. ROWLAND and SON, 20, Hatton Garden, London. Sold by them and by Chemists and Perfumers.

SHOOTING SEASON, 1846.

F.

JOYCE'S ANTI-CORROSIVE PERCUSSION CAPS.-The Nobility, Gentry, and Sporting World at ranted in every respect, which has now stood the test of many large, are respectfully informed, that this well-tried Composition, waryears experience, both at home and abroad, may be had as usual of all respectable Gun-makers and dealers in Gunpowder throughout the United Kingdom. To prevent accident and disappointment to purchasers, from the use of spurious imitations, they are requested to observe the name and address of F. JOYCE, ORIGINAL INVENTOR AND SOLE MANUFACTURER, on each scaled packet, without which they are not genuine. This precaution is rendered necessary by some unprincipled individuals having imitated the Labels and

Joyce's Improved Wire Cartridges and Chemically-prepared Waddings of a superior description. Goods Manufactured to Pattern. A liberal profit to Exporters and the Trade.

Wholesale Warehouse, 55, Bartholomew Close, London.
Universal Shot.

COCOA-NUT FIBRE.-This substance envelopes protecting net-work. Man's ingenuity has turned the fibre to account

the shell of the milky coca-nut, around which it a strong it many useful articles-such as carpets for stairs and passages, matting for churches, public buildings, offices, nurseries, and kitchens; hearth-rugs, door-mats, ropes, netting for sheep-folds, &c.; but among the applications there is not any to which it is better for horse-hair, wool, and flock. It is very elastic, and affords great adapted than for the stuffing of mattresses and cushions, as a substitute case and support to the body, whether used with or without a featherbed. It has also the additional recommendation of being so obnoxious to vermin that they will not live in it! whilst it is a fact well known that

wool, flock, tow, and even horse-hair, will engender animalcule. Possessing peculiar chemical properties that render it a non-absorbent,

beds, for use in all large dormitories, and at sea. Cocoa-nut fibre mattresses are lists may be had on application at the warehouse, or will be sent free by only about one-half the price of those made from horse-hair. Priced post

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establishment having the effect can be at once
seen. They think it necessary to add, that by attending strictly to the
succeeded equally well without coming to them.
Address ROSS and SONS, 119 and 120, Bishopsgate-street, London,
the celebrated Perruquiers, Perfumers, Hair-cutters, and Hair-dyers.
IN.B. Parties attended at their own residences, whatever the distance.

instructions given with each bottle of the Dye, numerous persons have

TRELOAR, 42, Ludgate-hill, seven doors from Farringdon-street, and five below Belle Sauvage Inn.

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