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, 1 os Pr.pectuses and all necessary information may be obtained Messrs. Watson and Sons, 12, Bouverie-street, Fleet.,.i•reet, L ondon, Solicitors to the Society • or of Mr. William o 4, Secretary, 60, Paternoster -row London. W. LOVELY, Secretary. THOUSANDS have learned, by one
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR ANCE COMPANY. 37, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. Incorporated under Act 7 and 8 Victoria, cap.

BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR ANCE COMPANY. 37, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACKFRIARS, LONDON. Incorporated under Act 7 and 8 Victoria, cap.

cx. DIRECTORS. BENNETT, CHARLES, Jun., Esq. BUNNELL, PETER, EFq. BURTON, JOHN ROBERT, Esq. CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD, Esq. CUTHBERTSON, FRANCIS, Esq. - G - ARDINER, B. WEBB, Esq. GOVER, WILLIAM, Esq. COVER, JOHN, Esq. GROSER, WILLIAM, Esq. LEWIS, GEORGE CYRUS, Esq. MILLAR, ROBERT J.,
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

The ATTORNEY-GENERAL moved for leave to bring in four Bills to facilitate the performance of the duties of Justices of the Peace. He thought that he should be able, by means of those four Bills, to combine the provisions of the numerous Acts now in existence relative to the subj
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TRIAL OF ELECTIONS.

TRIAL OF ELECTIONS.

Mr. B. asked whether it was the intention of the Government to amend the present law regarding the trial of elections, as it was productive of great hardship and unnecessary expense. Sir GEORGE could not give any hope that it was the intention of the Government to introduce any
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TO ADVERTISERS.

TO ADVERTISERS.

BANNER is pre-eminently a Family Journal drcnlating largely through every district of the Empire aand is, therefore, one of the very best channels for advertisements relating to Books; Sales; Articles of General Consumption; Appeals for Benevolent, Religious, and 'Philanthropic
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND,

SCOTLAND,

ACCIDENT AT Sr. ANDREW'S.— SEVEN LIVES LOST.^ 7 On Friday, about mid-day, a brig was observed in the bay, the sea at the time running very heavy, wind south-east, snow. The crew were apparently strangers to the coast, and the vessel drifted west of the bay till about two miles n
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

Advices from Switzerland announce that the new envoy of the Pope, Luquet, a French prelate, had arrived at Lucerne. The Swiss Federal Gazette announces that the district of Walleran, in Schwytz, had rejected the new constitution by a majority of 300 votes against 150. The new Go
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
DENMARK,

DENMARK,

King Frederick VII. has commenced his reign in a manner to win popularity; in the proclamation announcing his accession to the throne, he declared, that he would continue the work of his father, and would give to the country the new institutions which were prepared last year by
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.—Wanted, an experienced and confidential ASSISTANT in a GENERAL DRAPERY Business in the country, unexceptionable testimony as to

TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.—Wanted, an experienced and confidential ASSISTANT in a GENERAL DRAPERY Business in the country, unexceptionable testimony as to

character and ability is required. Address, Mr. Joseph Matthews, Little Waltham, near Chelmsford.
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TAILORS.—To be DISPOSED OF, an -I- old-established Business in the above line, situate in the flourishing town of Newport, Monmouthshire.

TAILORS.—To be DISPOSED OF, an -I- old-established Business in the above line, situate in the flourishing town of Newport, Monmouthshire.

A good property has been made in the business; and this will be found an eligible opportunity for any respectable party desirous of securing a good investment. The party retiring would remain a short time to introduce the purchaser to his connexion. For particulars, apply to Mr.
February 9, 1848 - British Banner - London, London, England