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Reversionary Bonus payable at Death beyond the £l,OOO. £ s. d. 23 6 8 26 15 0 29 2 6

Reversionary Bonus payable at Death beyond the £l,OOO. £ s. d. 23 6 8 26 15 0 29 2 6

33 3 4 43 3 4 55 13 4 23 19 2 27 9 2 31 15 0 37 7 6 44 15 10 58 8 4 Reduced Premium payable until next Bonus. £ s. d. 16 1 1 18 7 7 20 0 1 22 14 6 29 10 11 37 17 3 17 14 6 20 5 10 23 9 2 27 11 8 33 0 0 42 17 6
July 19, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC ROUSE ACT.

THE PUBLIC ROUSE ACT.

On the third day, Mr. TRAILL, Magistrate of the Greenwich and Woolwich Police Courts, was examined. Witness believed, that "hot days were very productive of drunkenness, as people then rushed into public-houses. During the frost of the last winter, there were very few cases of d
July 19, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
BRITISH NATION LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. Capital, £300,000, in Shares of Xi each. (Registered pursuant to Act of Parliament.) SOLICITORS. -

BRITISH NATION LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. Capital, £300,000, in Shares of Xi each. (Registered pursuant to Act of Parliament.) SOLICITORS. -

Messrs. TRINDER and EYRE. 1, John-street, Bedford-row. BANKERS. The COMMERCIAL BANK of LONDON. MANAGER AND AcruAnv.—FRANCIS N. ERITH, Esq. No lapsed Policies. No charge for Policy Stamps. Medical Referees paid by the Company. Loans granted in connexion with Life Assurance upon P
July 19, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Dena& HARRISON.—JuIy 8, at the Parsonage, Fylingdales, near Whitby, aged 88, the Rev. James Harrison, perpetual curate of Fylingdales and

Dena& HARRISON.—JuIy 8, at the Parsonage, Fylingdales, near Whitby, aged 88, the Rev. James Harrison, perpetual curate of Fylingdales and

Aislaby, the oldest beneficed clergyman in the diocese, having been inducted in 1800. UPJOHN.—JuIy 10, the Rev. W. Upjohn, of Field Balling, Norfolk, 83 years of age, and 52 years the faithful vicar of the parish, in which it was his boast, that although generations had passed a
July 19, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
10e &Ott. CURRENT PRICES. Per. Qr. Per. Qr. WHEAT. 8. S. 8. 8. ---0-- Essex, Kent, Red .. 78 80

10e &Ott. CURRENT PRICES. Per. Qr. Per. Qr. WHEAT. 8. S. 8. 8. ---0-- Essex, Kent, Red .. 78 80

PRAs.—Grey, Maple .. 40 44 FRIDAY, JULY 27. white 84 86 „ White .. .. 43 45 Foreign .. .. red 76 84 ~New Boilers .. 46 48 ~ • • .. white 82 88 ~F oreign : white free 44 46 BANKRUPTS. .. .. . ItYx . 42 45 A. F. DE NEUMANN, merchant, Gloucester-street,Pimlico. OATS. 8. d. s. d. Of
July 28, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TO HOSIERS and DRAPERS.—Wanted, a JUNIOR ASSISTANT. A Young Man of Christian principles preferred. Apply to A. Ashford, Hosier and

TO HOSIERS and DRAPERS.—Wanted, a JUNIOR ASSISTANT. A Young Man of Christian principles preferred. Apply to A. Ashford, Hosier and

Outfitter, Islington-green. TO CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS. A Young Man, 26 years of age, WISHES to TARE the MANAGEMENT of a BUSINESS for a Widow Lady, or an active Situation to an Elderly Gentleman who may be wishing to retire ; he has had the management of a business which he has j
July 28, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
To Sail August I. D es l te ß r E ; 9CSTO tons for b A urt D h

To Sail August I. D es l te ß r E ; 9CSTO tons for b A urt D h

E e. L . AIDE, the Firstclass Frigate-built Ship FOP SNIT, 624 tons re- K. J. SWART, Commander. Lying at the Jetty, London Docks—Will carry a Surgeon. This favourite Packet Ship has made two successful voyages to Adelaide, is elegantly fitted for first-class passengers; and her
July 28, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
EDUCATIONAL 'ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, STAFFORD - HOUSE, KENSINGTON- PARK - GARDENS, NOTTING-HILL, LONDON. Conducted by Mrs. J. BAKEWELL. THE

EDUCATIONAL 'ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, STAFFORD - HOUSE, KENSINGTON- PARK - GARDENS, NOTTING-HILL, LONDON. Conducted by Mrs. J. BAKEWELL. THE

present Vacation will terminate on th e 31st inst. Prospectuses of Terms will be forwarded •on application.
July 21, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SERVICES AGAINST PIRATES.

SERVICES AGAINST PIRATES.

On the Motion for going into Committee of Supply, Admiral WALcorr complained of an injustice to which he and some of his brother officers had been subjected it being refused the Order of the Bath, which His late Majesty King William, when Lord High Admiral, decided they should h
July 31, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE CRIMEA. MARSEILLES, Saturday, _ July 28.—The Alexandre, which loft Constantinople on the 19th of July, has arrived. The adviees from the Crimea are to the 17th The Alexandre has brought 66 wounded. A regiment of Lancers has arrived for embarcation. General Pelissier is said
July 31, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England