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GUARDIAN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, -is To. 71, Lombard-street, at the Entrance of the Old Post Office, London. DIRECTORS.

GUARDIAN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, -is To. 71, Lombard-street, at the Entrance of the Old Post Office, London. DIRECTORS.

ROBERT MITFORD, Esq., Chairman JOHN SHORE, Esq., Deputy Chairman. IV. C. Brandram, Esq. S. Marjoribanks, Esq., M.P. John W. Buckle, Esq. John Martin, Esq. William Copland, Esq. Rowland Mitchell, Esq. John Dixon, Esq. James Morris, Esq. William D. Dowson, Esq. John G. Ravenshaw,
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
STANDARD of ENGLAND LIFE ASSURANCE, REVERSIONARY INTEREST, and ANNUITY COMPANY, —King William-street, London, and Market-place, Manchester. Capital 1,000,000 —in 20,000

STANDARD of ENGLAND LIFE ASSURANCE, REVERSIONARY INTEREST, and ANNUITY COMPANY, —King William-street, London, and Market-place, Manchester. Capital 1,000,000 —in 20,000

Shares of £5O each. This Institution is founded on such principles as to unite the greatest possible economy with the most perfect system of security. By combining the ordinary business of a Life Assurance Company with that of a Reversionary Interest Society, the large capital r
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
TRAVELLERS to the CONTINENT, an& TOURISTS generally.—Before you start look to your SII AVI NG TACKLE. R GG E'S celebrated

TRAVELLERS to the CONTINENT, an& TOURISTS generally.—Before you start look to your SII AVI NG TACKLE. R GG E'S celebrated

transparent SHAVING SOAP, their easy Shaving Magnetic Razors, and well-- known Magnetic Tablet, which produces the most acute ant lasting edge to a razor, will prove invaluable to you. Indeed_ with such assistance, will render the operation of shaving and agreeable as it was bef
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Choice of a Servant. FAMILIES in want of really Good Servants, of every description, both Male and Female, will decidedly

Choice of a Servant. FAMILIES in want of really Good Servants, of every description, both Male and Female, will decidedly

find their interest better consulted, and their object much sooner attained, by a visit to the DOMESTIC BAZAAR, No. 134, Oxford-street, near Holles-street (established in 1830), than through the adoption of any other method whatever, as Domestics, with good characters, are in wa
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Ground-rents amounting to £ll4 165., arising from Two Mansions in Portland-place, and Three Residences in Devonshirestreet, adjoining. it/ER. W. W.

Ground-rents amounting to £ll4 165., arising from Two Mansions in Portland-place, and Three Residences in Devonshirestreet, adjoining. it/ER. W. W.

SIMPSON will SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, on Thursday, October 13, at Twelve, in two lots, the following valuable PROPERTY, viz.: —Lot I. Ground-rents amounting to £72 16s. per annum, secured upon the capital mansions, Nos. 30 and 31, Portlandplace; held under the Duke of Portl
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Grove-end-road, St. John's-wood. MR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, (by order of the Executors of W. B. Kent, Esq.,) on

Grove-end-road, St. John's-wood. MR. CAFE will SELL by AUCTION, (by order of the Executors of W. B. Kent, Esq.,) on

the Premises, No. 23, Grove-end-road, on Wednesday, the 12th instant, 500 OUNCES OF PLATE, consisting of waiters, cake-baskets, tea-sets, spoons, forks, PLATED ARTICLES in epergnes, cruet, soy, and liqueurframes, candlesticks, dessert knives and forks, tea-urns and trays. A Pipe
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Freehold Building Ground, Peckham, Surrey, Lar.d 'ax redeemed.—Votes for the County. MESSRS. SOUTHEY and SON will SELL

SALES BY AUCTION. Freehold Building Ground, Peckham, Surrey, Lar.d 'ax redeemed.—Votes for the County. MESSRS. SOUTHEY and SON will SELL

by AUCTION, at Garraway's, on Monday, October 10, and following day, at Twelve, upwards of 100 lots of valuable BUILDING GROUND, comprising in the whole urwards of 20 acres, delightfully situate in Choumert-place, and in another intended road adjoining the chapel, on the west si
October 5, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
COURT OF' REqUESTS.

COURT OF' REqUESTS.

WESTMINSTER. rENT DELICATE APPETITIC—A great gawky ity, namedeWalter, summoned a Mr. Ofesstone for 2s.,the balince due for AvageS. Another great gawkpltoy, the son of Mr. rimstone; appeared for his father. Mi.-Altoy Freestone tried to come a little bit of the lawyer over thiaCou
November 9, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
TURKEY AND PERSIA,

TURKEY AND PERSIA,

'The German papers contain letters from Constantinople M the 12th ult., which state that the alarm respecting a rupture with Persia had greatly abated in the Turkish "capital, it being understood that the differences between the two Governments—if ever any existed—had been amica
November 9, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY, Nov. 4.

FRIDAY, Nov. 4.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. nould and Vickerman, Manchester, fustian-shearers—W. Bedenham and G. Stephens, Yeovil, Somersetshire, glove-manufacturers—E. and J. Topham, Eaton-upon-Tern, Shropshire, farmers—J. Wood and C. Pidler, Bideford, Devonshire, corn-factors —P. A. Burrell and J
November 9, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England