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M ARK THE PEN OUR LINEN. The most easy, perrnane SUPERSEDED. nt, and b es t method of Marking Linen,

M ARK THE PEN OUR LINEN. The most easy, perrnane SUPERSEDED. nt, and b es t method of Marking Linen,

Silk, Cotton, Coarse Books, or anyth in g else, Is with the PATENT ELECTRO-SILVER PLATES. Any the celebrated Dr. Sheridan , person can use them with Muspratt F . R.S.E. : e greatest ease. Certificate from " Several trials with Culleton's Eleetro- S il ve r Plates, induce me to p
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
trente fiDttitliong 3utelligcnct.

trente fiDttitliong 3utelligcnct.

ATEIRMANE.--Qa , the evening of Dec. 25th, the annual tea and meeting of the, Religious Tract Society,' in connexion-with.th ea independent Chapel, Atherstone, to place In the ;tipper school:room. .The chair was.oceit-: pied by the pastor, the Rev. R. Massie. After tea, the Repo
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Ira Ciiihyrty

Ira Ciiihyrty

Ira black White 40, )9 . . Foreign feed Per Sack Town-made .. 73 0 75 0 Country marks.. 60 0 62 0 Norfolk. Suffolk.. 57 0 58 0
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
THE LEADING and POPULAR ARTICLES of DRESS, Manufactured by B. BENJA MIN, Merchant Tailor, 74, Regent-street. The PELISSIER OVERCOAT, price

THE LEADING and POPULAR ARTICLES of DRESS, Manufactured by B. BENJA MIN, Merchant Tailor, 74, Regent-street. The PELISSIER OVERCOAT, price

285., invented and adapted for the Season : the Reversible Waistcoats, price 145., buttoning four different sides; the 475. Suits, made to order from Scotch, Heather, and Cheviot Tweeds. All wool, and thoroughly shrunk. The Two-guinea Dress or Frock Coats, the Guinea Dress Trous
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Now ready, 18mo, 2s. cloth, lIIHE POOR FOLK of LONDON, a n d . What Can we Do for Them?

Now ready, 18mo, 2s. cloth, lIIHE POOR FOLK of LONDON, a n d . What Can we Do for Them?

By M. A. S. BARBER. James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners-street. This day, royal 32m0, Sd. sewed; is. cloth, EVENING INCENSE. By the Author of The Faithful Promiser." Uniform with Morning Watches." James Nisbet and Co., 21, Berners-street.
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
VALUABLE PRESENT TO THE CLERGY'. Reduced to 188., THE DIVINE RULE of FA ITH and PRACTICE. By the Rev. WILLIAM

VALUABLE PRESENT TO THE CLERGY'. Reduced to 188., THE DIVINE RULE of FA ITH and PRACTICE. By the Rev. WILLIAM

GOODE, M.A., Rector of Allhallows. Second Edition, Re vised and Enlarged (published at 365.), Three Vols. Svo, now offered at 18s. cloth, carriage free to any part of the country. This valuable Work ought to be in the possession of every Clergyman. London: John F. Shaw, Southamp
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT. BENJAMIN L. GREEN wishes his fellow Sunday-school Teachers to know, that they may obtain at his Establishment,

SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT. BENJAMIN L. GREEN wishes his fellow Sunday-school Teachers to know, that they may obtain at his Establishment,

on the lowest terms, all Sunday-school requisites, Attendance Registers, Reading-books, Large-print Lessons for Infants, Pictorial Illustrations of Bible Scenes, and Manners and Customs, Catechisms, Hymn-books, Tickets, Br.c. &c. A great deal of time and trouble will be saved by
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Price is. cloth; or 6d. sewed, PLAIN LETTERS TO PARENTS OF SUNDAY SCHOLARS. By GEORGE E. SARGENT. This Book should

Price is. cloth; or 6d. sewed, PLAIN LETTERS TO PARENTS OF SUNDAY SCHOLARS. By GEORGE E. SARGENT. This Book should

be purchased by Teachers, and circulated among the Parents of their Scholars. It may teach thousands of Parents the way to make home happy. Benjamin L. Green, 62, Paternoster-row, London.
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
THE NEW ASYLUM FOR FATHERLESS CHILDREN, STAMFORD-HILL. Under the patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. INSTITUTED 1844. Designed to Receive

THE NEW ASYLUM FOR FATHERLESS CHILDREN, STAMFORD-HILL. Under the patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. INSTITUTED 1844. Designed to Receive

and Educate the Orphan through the whole period of Infancy and Childhood, without distinction of Age, Sex, or Religious Connexion. THE CHRISTMAS ELECTION of this Charity will be held on MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1856, at the LONDON TAVERN, BISHOPSGATE-STREET, when Twelve Children will
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
T.ll E . OIIS ER OLD ERS ' LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY A.DA.M-STREtT, ARELPHI, LONDON. CAPITAL - £250,000. TRU SttliS. •

T.ll E . OIIS ER OLD ERS ' LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY A.DA.M-STREtT, ARELPHI, LONDON. CAPITAL - £250,000. TRU SttliS. •

' The Right Hen. THOMAS MILNER, GIBSON, M.P. CHARLES HULSE, Esq. JOHN-WALBANKE CHILDERS, RICHARD GRIFFITHS WELFORD, , Esq. WILLIAM BULKELEY'GLASSE, Esq., Q.C. WILLIAM ASHTON, FRANCIS 0. BULLOCK WEBSTER, Esq.
December 29, 1855 - British Banner - London, London, England