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WILLIAM WILSON, ESQ.

AUDITORS.
J. C. H. COLQUHOUN, ESQ. J. R. GARDINER, ESQ. WALKER PITCAIRN, ESQ.

Physician SIR C. F. FORBES, M.D., K.C.H., 23, Argyll-street.

Surgeon JOHN SIMON, ESQ., F.R.S., 3, Lancaster-place, Strand.

Standing Counsel .... CHARLES ELLIS, ESQ.

Solicitors MESSRS. HALE, BOYS, and AUSTEN.

Bankers BANK OF ENGLAND.

Actuary J. M. RAINBOW, ESQ.

On a THIRD SEPTENNIAL INVESTIGATION into the affairs of this Com|>any, to the 25th March, 1846, a Bonus, amounting on the average to 31 per cent, on the Premiums paid for the preceding Seven Years, was assigned to all Policies of at least Three Years' standing, and effected for the whole duration of life. To similar Policies the following Bonuses were declared at former Divisions, viz. :—

FIRST DIVD3I0N, in 1832. On the average, upwards of 26 per cent, on the Premiums paid. SECOND DIVISION, in 1839. On the average, 33 per cent, on the Premiums paid for the preceding Seven Years.

The true principles on which Life Assurance ought to proceed have been maintained by this Company, and are comprised,

IN PERFECT SECURITY to the assured.

A RATE OF PREMIUM graduated fairly to the risk at every age.

A DIVISION OF THE SURPLUS of the Company periodically to the Assured, strictly proportioned to their interest therein.

A FAIR AND LIBERAL PERMISSION to the Assured to proceed to all parts of the world, on due notice, and the payment of a premium equitably adjusted to the risk incurred.

GENERAL FACILITIES for the taking out, renewal, or purchase of Policies, the honourable settlement of Claims, and an exemption from all charges or deductions except for Government Stamps.

The accumulated Capital of the Company actually invested exceeds £650,000.

The Bonuses already allotted to the Assured exceed £210,000.

The Prospectus, Tables of Rates, &c, to be had at the Office in London, or of the Company's Agents.

iC9] T. G. CONYERS, Secretary.

Official Illustrate Cnfatope %totrim.

[For a Classified Contents of the Advertiser see last Page.]

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WILLIAM S. BURTON'S GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 39 Oxford st. (corner of Newman st.), Nos. 1 and 2 Newman it, and Perry's Place, London.

THE PERFECT SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER. The REAL NICKEL SILVER, introduced 16 years ago by WILLIAM S. BURTON, when PLATED by the patent process of Messrs. Elkington and Co., is beyond all comparison the very best article next to sterling silver that can be employed as such, either usefully or ornamentally, as by no possible test can it be distinguished from real silver.

Fiddle Pattern. Tea Spoons, per dozen .... 18s. Dessert Forks „ .... 3<is. .

Dessert Spoons „ .... 30s. .

Table Forks „ .... Ms.

Table Spans ,, .... 40s. .

Tea and coffee sets, waiters, candlesticks, &C. ,at proportionate prices. All kinds of re-plating done by the patent process.

CHEMICALLY PURE NICKEL, NOT PLATED.

Fiddle. Tubead. King's. Table Spoons and Forks, full size, per doz. 12s. .. 28s. .. 30s.

Dessert ditto and ditto 10s. .. 21s. .. 25s.

Tea ditto 6s. .. Us. .. 12s.

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ALL THE NEW SHOWER BATHS.

Portable Shower Bath, with curtains, from 7s. each; Pillar
Shower Baths, with copper conducting tubes, brass force-pump
and top, complete, with curtains, and japanned, from 60s.;
Hand Shower Baths, japanned, 3s.

IRON BEDSTEADS AND CHILDREN'S COTS.

A very large assortment of these Bedsteads in Iron and Brass, from 16s. 6d. each, and Cots from 20s. each, fitted with dovetail joints and patent sacking, and entirely free from screws, nuts, or pins.

The new Patent Portable Bedstead, 16s. 6d. each. Common Iron Bedsteads at 12s. 6d. each. Bedding of every description.

FENDERS, STOVES, AND FIRE-IRONS.

Bright stoves with bronzed ornaments and two sets of bars, £2 14s.; ditto with ormolu ornaments and two sets of bars, £5 10s. to 20 guineas; bronzed fenders complete, with standards, from 7s. to £6 ; steel fenders, from 55s.; ditto with rich ormolu ornaments, from £2 15s. to 10 guineas ; fire-irons, from Is. 9d. tho set to £4 4s. Sylvester and other Patent Stoves, with radiating hearth plates.

FAPIER-MACHE AND IRON TEA-TRATS.

An assortment of Tea-Trays and Waiters wholly unprecedented, whether as to extent, variety, or novelty.

Gothic-shapo Papier-mache Trays, per set

ot three from 2n«. Od. to 10 gulneis.

Ditto Iron ditto from 16s. 6d. to 4 guineas.

Convex shape, aitto frum 7s.

CUTLERY, WARRANTED.

Three inches and a half ivory-handled table knives, with high shoulders, 10s. per dozen ; desserts, to match, 9s.; if to balance, Is. per dozen extra; larger sizes, in exact proportion, to Ms. per dozen; if extra fine, with silver ferrules, from Ms. ; white bone table knives, 6s. per dozen; desserts, 4s.; black horn table knives, 7s. 4d. per dozen; desserts, 6s. ; black woodhandled knives and forks 6s. per doz n; carvers, from 2s. per pair; table steels, from Is. each. The largest stock of plated dessert knives and forks, in cases and otherwise, and of the new plated fish carvers, in existence. Also, the large assortment of RAZORS, PENKNIVES, SCISSORS, 4c, of tho best quality.

LAMPS OF ALL SORTS AND PATTERNS.

The largest as well as choicest assortment of PALMER'S MAGNUM and other CANDLESTICKS, CAMPHINE, ARGAND, and SOLAR LAMPS, with all the latest improvements, and of the newest and most recherche* patterns, lu ormolu, Bohemian and plain glass, or papier maclie, in existence, is always on sale, at prices ranging from 6d. to 6 guineas.

Detailed Catalogue*, with I Sngrni Inge, a» well ae of <» < i y Ironuioiigrry article, eent per poet free.

WILLIAM S. BURTON'S Stock of General Furnishing Ironmongery is literally the largest in the world; and as no language can be

employed to give a correct Idea of its variety and extent. Purchasers are Invited to call and inspect it.

THE MONEY RETURNED FOR EVERY ARTICLE NOT APPROVED OF.

39 Oxford Street (corner of Newman Street), Nos. 1 and 2 Newman street, and Perry's Place, London

ESTABLISHED (IN WELLS STREET) A.D. 1820.

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DISH COVERS AND HOT-WATER DISHES,

In every material, ingrent variety, and of the newest and most recherche patterns. Tin Dish Covers, 6s. the set of six ; Block Tin, lis. 6d. to 25s. the set of six; elegant modern patterns, 22s. to 53s. the set; Britannia Metal, with or without silver plated handles, 68s. to 102s. the set; Sheffield plated, £10 to £16 log, the Bet; Block Tin Hot Water Dishes, with wells for gravy, lis. to 25s.; Britannia Metal, 18s. 6d. to 73s.; Sheffield plated, full size. £9 10s.

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