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A SUIT OF WOADED BLACK CLOTH, $4 4s.

DRESS OR FROCK COAT, CASSOCK, OR OTHER VEST.

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THE MILTON WRAPPER,
IN ALL THE NEW CLERICAL MIXTURES,

PRICE, FROM 338.
The Oxford Mixed Doeskin Trousers

.........£1 1 0 The Striatus Cloth Vest..........................

0 10 6 The Cassock ditto.........

0 13 QUALITY, FIT, AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT, AND PATTERNS, POST-PRER.

S. BATTAM,

Tailor, &r.,
160, TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD,

FOUR DOORS SOUTH OF SHOOLBRED & CO.

RUPTURES.- BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.
WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS

Is allowed by upwards of 200 Medical Gentlemen to be the most
effective invention in the curative treatment of HERNIA. The use of
a steel spring, so often hurtful in its effects, is here avoided; a soft
bandage being worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power
is supplied by the MOC-MAIN PAĎ and PATENT LEVER fitting with
80 much ease and closeness that it cannot be detected, and may be worn
during sleep. A descriptive circular may be had, and

Truss (which cannot fail to fit) forwarded by post, on the circumference of the body two inches below the hips being sent to the

Manufacturer, Mr. WHITE, 228, Piccadilly, London.
Price of a Single Truss, 16s., 21s., 26s. 6d., and 31s. 6d. Postage, ls.

Price of a Double Truss, 31s. 6d., 42s., and 52s. 6d. Postage, Is. 8d.Post-Office orders to be made payable to John White, Post office, Piccadilly.

ELASTIC STOCKINGS, SOCKS, KNEE-CAPS, &c. The material which these are made is recommended by the faculty as being peculiarly ELASTIC and COMPRESSIBLE, and the best invention for giving officient and permanent support in all cases of WEAKNESS and SWELLING of the LEGS, VĀRICOSE VEINS, SPRAINS, &c. It is porous, light in texture, and inexpensive, and is drawn on like an ordinary stocking. Price, from 78. d. to 16e. each. Postage, 6d.

JOHN WHITE, MANUFACTURER, 228, PICCADILLY, LONDON.

Post-free for five stamps, enlarged Edition.

CONSUMPTION &c. and its only successful treatment, with highly interesting CASES of CURE. -- "The extraordinary sale of this little work (23,000 copies) has carried the Author's fame into every part the kingdom; and his simple but peculiar treatment has been marked with astonishing success, even in cases past help by any other means.” To the new edition are added Important Questions for the guidance of patients consulting the Author by letter. By GEORGE THOMAS CONGREVE, Coombe Lodge, Peckham.

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RITISH PROTECTOR LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY

Incorporated under 7 & 8 Vic., cap. 110. Capital £100,000 (fully subscribed).
Chief Office-27, New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London.
The following is a statement of the progressive Annual Business of the Company:-
Years ending.
Amount assured.

New Annual Premiums
1854...
£62,791

. £2,123 19 8
1855..
..51,413

.1,766 14 0
.126,182

.4,552 16 4
1857.
.158,040

.5,982 15 7 Liberal terms will be allowed to active agents on application to the Secretary.

JOHN PHILLIPS. 5

1856...

HAT
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BIAN, in the New York original packets, at R. HOVENDEN'S Warehouses, 57 and 58, Crown Street, Finsbury Square, E.C., and 5, Great Marlborough Street, W. Price 4s. 6d., 78., and 14s., black or brown.-CHURCHER'S TOILET CREAM may be had as above, price ls.

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BANK OF DEPOSIT,
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Established A.D. 1844.
THE
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Deposit Accounts to the 31st of December are ready for delivery, and payable daily.

PETER MORRISON, Managing Director. Rate of Interest Six per cent. till further notice. Forms for opening accounts free on application.

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Dedicated by permission to His Grace the Archbishop of York. THE PSALMS. A new Metrical Translation; Accentuated for

language of the English Bible. Post 8vo., price 58. 6d.

London : SAMUEL BAGSTER & Sons, 15, Paternoster Row.

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PRIDEAUX'S CONNEXION OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS.

New Edition, 2 Vols., 8vo., cloth, price 14s.
N HISTORICAL CONNEXION OF THE OLD AND NEW

TESTAMENTS, comprising the History of the Jews and Neighbouring Nations, from the Decline of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel to the Time of Christ, by HUMPHREY PRIDEAUX, D.D., Dean of Norwich. To which is added an Account of the Rabbinic Authorities, by the Rev. A. M'CAUL, D.D., Canon of St. Paul's. New Edition Revised, with Notes, Analysis, and Introductory Review, by J. TALBOYS WHEELER, Author of "The Geography of Herodotus," &c.

To be followed by SHOCKFORD'S ConnexiON OF SACRED AND PROPANE HISTORY, 2 Volg.; and RUSSELL'S CONNEXION OF SACRED AND PROFANE HISTORY, 2 Vols. ---Completing the entire Histories from the Creation to the time of Christ.

London : WILLIAM TEGG & Co, 85, Queen Street, Cheapside.

8s.

Is the hardest and inost perfect white metal ever invented, and in use retains its silver-like appearance, A sample Tea Spoon will be sent on receipt of 10 postage stamps.

Fiddle Strong Thread King's

Pattern. Fiddle. Pat. Pal
Table Spoons & 128. & 158. 19s. 208. 30s.
Forks per doz.. }
Dessert ditto." 108. & 139, 16s. 21s. 258.
Tea Spoons......
55.& 6s.

11s. 12.
SLACK'S NICKEL ELECTRO-PLATED
by Messrs. Elkington & Co's patent process, is a coat-
ing of Pure Silver over Nickel ; a combination of two
metals possessing such valuable properties renders it is
appearance and wear equal to Sterling Silver.

· Fiddle Pattern. Thread. King's.

£ s. d. £ .. d. £ s. d. f B. Table Forks... 1 10 0 & 2 0 0...2 16 0...3 40 Dessert ditto. 1 0 0&1 10 0...20 0...2 6 0 Table Spoons, 1 10 0 & 2 0 0...2 18 0...3 60 Dessert ditto. 1 0 0&1 10 0..2 2 0... 76 Tea Spoons.... 0 12 0&0 18 0...1 5 6 ...1 11 6 Made into every article for the Table, as Spoons, Forts, Candlesticks, Cruet Frames, Tea Pots, &c.,

SLACK'S TABLE CUTLERY Has been celebrated for 50 years for quality and cheapness.

Tables. Desserts. Carrera.

£9, d. 8. d. 8. d. The Greatest variety of Cruet

IVORY TABLE KNIVES,

30 14 0 11 0 Frames in London from

to Balance,

ditto ditto ditto 0 18 0 14 0 3 0 13s. 6d. each.

ditto ditto ditto 1 0 0 15 8 6

Kitchen Table Knives & Forks from 8s. per Doz.
BATHS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Hip Baths, from 16s. Sponging Bath, 78. 6d. to 24s. each. Childron's Baths, from Os.
Shower Baths, 10s. 6d, to 80s.

DISH COVERS.
Every new pattern always on
hand in Electro-Plate, Britannia
Metal, and Block Tin.

£ a. d.
Block Tin Dish
Covers, with

0 18 0 set of 6
handles to take
off
Ditto, Queen's

80

1 Pattern

do. Ditto, with Electro - Plated 2 7 6 do. handles.

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SLACK'S GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGERY

WAREHOUSE. Families furnishing may effect a great saving by Purchasing at RICHARD AND JOHN SLACK'S old-established IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 336, Strand, opposite Somerset House, where is always on sale a mort extensive Assortment of Fenders, Fire Irons, Dish Covers, Tea Trays, Table Cutlery, Nickel Silver Wares, and every Article in Furnishing Ironmongery of the best manufacture, at prices much lower than other houses. Tea Trays, from 68. 6d. the set of three; handsome papier maché, 258. set of three.

Iron Fenders, 3s. 6d. to 6s.; Bronzed Fenders with Standards, from 10s. to 30s.; Fire Irons, 2s. 9d. to 15s.; Roasting Jacks, 7s. 6d. complete; Meat Sarews, from 13s.; and every requisite for the Kitchen at equally low prices.

ILLUSTRATED PRICE CATALOGUES GRATIS AND POST FREK.
ORDERS above £2, delivered CARRIAGE FREE per Rail.

RICHARD & JOHN SLACK, 336, STRAND, LONDON.

(OPPOSITE SOMERSET HOUSE.)

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ART.

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I. THE WATER CURE

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II. ORIENTAL AND WESTERN SIBERIA

• 217 III. DEBIT AND CREDIT

• 234 IV. MONTAIGNE THE ESSAYIST

• 243 V. THE POSITIVE SIDE OF MODERN DEISM

• 255 VI. THE CURE OF STAMMERING

• 266 QUARTERLY REVIEW OF GERMAN LITERATURE

• 269
BRIEF NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS

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1. The United States and Cuba. 2 Dent's Thoughts and Sketches in Verse. 3. A New
Metrical Translation of the P-alms. 4. Mercer's Church Psalter and Hymn Book. 5. The
Life of Jobn Banim. 6. Musings of a Pilgrim at Jacob's Well. 7. Invocation of Saints.
8. Christianity without Judaism. 9. The Acts of the Apostles Explained. 10. The
Proper Names of the Old Testament Scriptures Expounded and Illustrated. 11. Litho-
graphs representing Photographs of the Church of the First-born. 12. The Words of the
Lord Jesus. Commentary on Kings and Chronicles. 13. The Penalties of Greatness.
14. The Knights of the Cross. 15. The Saint and his Saviour. 16. Our Home 1slands;

their Natural Features. 17. Morning Thoughts. 18. Hidden Life.
MONTHLY REVIEW OF PUBLIC EVENTS .

. 296 BOOKS RECEIVED .

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HADDOX, BROTHERS, AND CO., PRINTERS, CASTLE STREET, FINSBURY.

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Post-free for five stamps, enlarged Edition.

CONSUMPTION &c. and its only successful treatment, with highly interesting CASES of CURE. — “The extraordinary sale of this little work (23,000 copies) has carried the Author's fame into every part of the kingdom; and his simple but peculiar treatment has been marked with astonishing success, even in cases past help by any other means." To the new edition are added Important Questions for the guidance of patients consulting the Author by letter. By GEORGE THOMAS CONGREVE, Coombe Lodge, Peckham.

INFLUENZA.-Letter from a Lady at Brighton. - SIR-Having recently proved this great benefit of your BALSAMIC ELIXIR to myself, and a valued servant, in a VERY SEVERE ATTACK OF INFLUENZA (in the latter case, various remedies had been previously tried for the constant racking cough, &c., without success,) I will thank you to forward me the largest family bottle. In my own case it was very useful, but in the much more severe attack of my attondaut, relief was experienced almost with the first dose, and the cure has been speedy and complete. Nor are these the first cases in which I have proved the usefulness of your invaluable medicine.

“Believe me, dear Sir, yours respectfully, “111, Queen's Road, Brighton, Nov. 30, 1857.

“ M. G. A. VALANCE " 6

RUPTURES.-BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.
WHITE'S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS

Is allowed by upwards of 200 Medical Gentlemen to be the most
effective invention in the curative treatment of HERNIA. The use of
a steel spring, so often hurtful in its effects, is here avoided ; a soft
bandage being worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power
is supplied by the MOC-MAIN PAD and PATENT LEVER fitting with
so much ease and closeness that it cannot be detected, and may be worn
during sleep. A descriptive circular may be had, and the Truss (which
cannot fail to fit) forwarded by post, on the circumference of the body
two inches below the hips being sent to the

Manufacturer, Mr. WHITE, 228, Piccadilly, London.
Price of a Single Truss, 168., 218., 268. 6d., and 31s. 6d. Postage, ls.

Price of a Double Truss, 31s. 6d., 428., and 52s. 6d. Postage, ls. 80.Post-Office orders to be made payable to John WHITE, Post office, Piccadilly.

ELASTIC STOCKINGS, SOCKS, KNEE-CAPS, &c. The material of which these are made is recommended by the faculty as being peculiarly ELASTIC and COMPRESSIBLE, and the best invention for giving efficient and permanent support in all cases of WEAKNESS and SWELLING of the LEGS, VĀRICOSE VEINS, SPRAINS, &c. It is porous, light in texture, and inexpensive, and is drawn on like an ordinary stocking. Price, from 78. 6d. to 16s. each Postage, 6d.

JOHN WHITE, MANUFACTURER, 228, PICCADILLY, LONDON.

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