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An account, pursuant to the Act 7th and Bth Victoria, cap. xxxii., for the week ending on Saturday, 7th May, 1853. ISSUE DEPARTMENT.

An account, pursuant to the Act 7th and Bth Victoria, cap. xxxii., for the week ending on Saturday, 7th May, 1853. ISSUE DEPARTMENT.

An account, pursuant to the Act 7th an d Bth Vict or i a, cap. xxxii., for the week ending on Saturday, 7th May, 1853. ISSUE DEPARTMENT. E Notes issued 31,744,240 £31,744,246 BANKING D Proprietors' Capital 14,553,000 Rest 3,146,809 Public Deposits, (including Exchequer, Savings'
May 18, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS DECLARED.

DIVIDENDS DECLARED.

H. Panton, T. W. Panton, G. Forster, and J. W. Morley, Sunderland, iron manufacturers, first and final dividend of 2s. Bd. in the pound, payable at the Royal Arcade, Newcastleupon. Tyne, on any Saturday—W. Byrom, H. Taylor, and T. Byrom, Manchester, Liverpool, and Wigan, coal pr
May 18, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

INSOLVENT PETITIONERS.

B. Gadsby, Birmingham, brush mAer —A Dale, Birmingham railway porter—W. Simkin, Birmingham, pearl button maker —H. W. Budd, Aston, Warwickshire, clerk—W. Radford, Binnivgham, coal dealer—G. Betty, liedminster, Bristol, milkman—C. Spinks, Clifton, Bristol, boarding-house keeper—J
May 18, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
MANUFACTORY, 228, PICCADILLY, LONDON.

MANUFACTORY, 228, PICCADILLY, LONDON.

DO YOU WANT BEAUTIFUL HAIR, WHISKERS, MOUSTACH I OS, EYEBRO WS s te .? if so, use Miss GRAHAM'S NIOUKI NE, the most surprising, elegant, and efficacious hair gerierant ever introduced to the public. It reproduces the hair when lost, either by disease of any kind, or partial deca
May 18, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
"IV. But however high the value we may attach to other branches of Missionary labour, it will be readily admitted,

"IV. But however high the value we may attach to other branches of Missionary labour, it will be readily admitted,

that, to render these both effective and permanent, the Word of God must be presented to convertsfrom heathenism, and to heathen nations, in their own tongue. " In this delicate and difficult task of Scripture translation—a task requiring sound judgment no less than large attain
May 18, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Rev: GEORGE ROGERS, in the Chair.

Rev: GEORGE ROGERS, in the Chair.

GEORGE ROGERS, in the Chair. ' It was resolved unanimously,— I. That this Board has heard with great satisfaction, on the authority of the Census of 1851, that, throughout the country, 1 person In 81 of the population is receiving instruction in schools—exclusive of those educate
May 4, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTION SOCIETY.

CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTION SOCIETY.

The Twenty-eighth Annual Meeting of this Society was held at the Weigh-house Chapel, Fish-street-hill. on Tuesday, the 3rd instant, when the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor took the chair at six o'clock. Notwithstanding the unfavourable state of the weather, the attendance was numerou
May 4, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

It will be seen from our Advertising Columns, that the Congregational Board of Ministers, in and around the City of London, has at length spoken out with an emphasis and a decision worthy of the principles of .the Nonconformists of England. The Resolutions accurately set forth t
May 4, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
Thome eorrefspottbence.

Thome eorrefspottbence.

ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL-. BUILDING SOCIETIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRITISH BANNER. SIR,-It has long been my conviction that the special mission of English Evangelical Noncom. formists is to the middle classes of the population, and that their chief duty with a view to the
May 4, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
POTATOES

POTATOES

Since our last report, the arrivals have been more limited; still trade is quite as 'lull as the prev.ous week, owing to larg quantities being left over, and in most sorts lower prices have been submitted to. The following are the quotations : York Regents ......................
May 4, 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England