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THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. ESTABLISHED 1825. CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. RESULTS—IBS 2. NUMBER of Proposals for Assurance made

THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. ESTABLISHED 1825. CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. RESULTS—IBS 2. NUMBER of Proposals for Assurance made

to the Directors Number of Proposals for Assurance accepted •. Other Life Transactions proposed and accepted Total __f Amount of Sams proposed for Assurance during the year ' Amount of Stuns for which New Policies have been issued ,5 Corresponding Annual Premiums ••• ••• ••• •••
May 21, 1853 - Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DRGREGORY'S STOVI ACHIC& OPENING PILLS NOTWITHSTANDING the number medicines at present offered to public notice, one great desideratum has remained,

DRGREGORY'S STOVI ACHIC& OPENING PILLS NOTWITHSTANDING the number medicines at present offered to public notice, one great desideratum has remained,

namely, a really good Aperient Medicine which maybe at any time successfully-resorted to,in case of Indigestion,Headache,Disordered Stomach, &c. The Proprietor has every confidence that the above will meet this requirement. They contain no mineral ingredient and will be found un
May 21, 1853 - Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BONE MANURE ON SALE.—Apply to John Angus, Whitfield or to J. & R. Joblixg, Morpeth. May 18th, 1853. CARPETS CARPET

BONE MANURE ON SALE.—Apply to John Angus, Whitfield or to J. & R. Joblixg, Morpeth. May 18th, 1853. CARPETS CARPET

MANUFACTORY, WAREHOUSE—22, MOSLEY STREET, (corner of dean street). JOHN FE.NTON BEGS to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public that he has now ON SALE ONE OF THE Largest, best-assorted, and cheapest STOCKS the NORTH OF ENGLAND, including the Newest Patterns and Colourings R
May 21, 1853 - Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUPPLY OF NOVELTIES. HENRY GILPIN & CO. have made arrangements the first houses in the Trade for the supply of

SUPPLY OF NOVELTIES. HENRY GILPIN & CO. have made arrangements the first houses in the Trade for the supply of

every Novelty, and can refer to numerous parties of the highest respectability as to tne q Ua lity ot the Goods sold by them, which W be found lower in price than at any * ther »* the kingdom. EXCHANGE OF FURNITURE. HENUY GILPIN 4. CQ would djrect the particular attention of the
May 21, 1853 - Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CASH PURCHASERS. By visiting this Establishment, parties will see the great benefit of purchasing Furniture for "ash, instead of on

CASH PURCHASERS. By visiting this Establishment, parties will see the great benefit of purchasing Furniture for "ash, instead of on

the long-credit system, usual with the Trade, by which a saving of full per Cent, will be effected. " SALES BY AUCTION." nENRY GILPIN & CO. would impress upon their Friends the advantages derived frjm their plan of conducting Sales, always keeping effbient men for this purpose i
May 21, 1853 - Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MATCH BETWEEN TWO ELEVENS OP M.C.C. To-morrow (Monday), at Lord**, a match will be played between two elevens of the Marylebone Club, with two professional boilers on each aide, itw to be only a one day's match. PUyers :

MATCH BETWEEN TWO ELEVENS OP M.C.C. To-morrow (Monday), at Lord**, a match will be played between two elevens of the Marylebone Club, with two professional boilers on each aide, itw to be only a one day's match. PUyers :

MATCH BETWEEN TWO ELEVENS OP M.C.C. To-morrow (Monday), Lord**, a match will be played between two elevens the Marylebone Club, with two professional boilers each aide, itw to be only one day's match. PUyers : R. KYNASTON’S SIDE. Marq of Worcester A. Earl of WmterUa R. KjnattHO,
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CRICKET AT IPSWICH SCHOOL.

CRICKET AT IPSWICH SCHOOL.

A match was played at Ipswich, Saturday week, between the School and Scratch Eleven of Mr The School were not able to Lave their second innings, but at the end of the day the score stood as follow*: „ The School first innings 91; Leach obtained 6, Cooke 6, D. Seppingt 10, J. Sep
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CLUB, RYDB.

ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CLUB, RYDB.

May 19.—Yachts at and oft’ the Station : Vestal, B. G. Rowlea, Derwent, E. Hoare, Esq ; Mona, W. L. Drinkwater, Esq; Rorence, Captain Thelluson ; Peri, W. Alcock, Esq; Kudora. Peter F. Roe, Esq, from Foreign. Fitting out and Cruising off; Bitten, E. S. Scholefield, Esq, fitting
May 22, 1853 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England