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Empowered by Special Acts of Parliament, 3rd Vict., c. 28, and 10th Vict., c. 1.
62, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON.
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION.
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The Right Par CP VIUTERS, M.P.
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Solicitor--STEPHEN WALTERS, Esq. following are amongst the distinctive features of the Company : Entire freedom of the Assured from responsibility, and exemption from the mutual ilities of partnership. II. Payment of Claims guaranteed by a Capital of ONE MILLION. III. STAMPS on LIFE ASSURANCE POLICIES, are paid by the Company.
In the Life Department.–1. FOUR-FIFTHS OF THE PROFITS divisible by the Company's Deed of Settlement, amongst Assurers on the participating Table.
2. All Assurances are effected on Participating and Non-Participating Tables, on Ascending and Descending Scales, for short periods, and by Policies payable at the ages of 65, 60, 55, or 50, or previously in the event of Death.
3. Premiums may be paid Annually, Half-Yearly, or Quarterly, in a limited number of Payments, in one Sum, or on Increasing or Decreasing Scales.
4. Policies on the Participating Scale immediately interested in the Profits of the Company.
5. The Age of the Assured admitted, on satisfactory evidence being presented.
6. Policies assigned as security not forfeited_by Duelling, Suicide, or the Execution of Judicial Sentences.
In the Fire Department.-Houses, Furniture, Stock-in-Trade, Mills, Merchandise, Shipping in Docks, Rent, and Risk of all descriptions, Insured at moderate Rates.
Loans from £100 to £1000 Advanced on Personal Security, and the Deposit of a Life Policy to be effected by the Borrower.
TRELOAR'S COCOA NUT MATTING, which is a non-absorbent always dry and warm, and cannot be injured by wet. Prize Medal awarded at the Great Exhibition, 1851.
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Tea-Dealers for its Superiority.
48. TEA in England. MOORE & CO., LITTLE TOWER STREET, LONDON.
Agents wanted where none are appointed.
food Tea very lifficult to btain.
Effect of mere
Good Tea at a
VERITABLY GOOD TEA, Like good wine, good furniture, and good everything else, is generally rather a di thing to be met with. It is particularly scarce now, in consequence of the disturbed of the Chinese Empire. Though the imports of Tea into this country still cos large, the quality of the supply is very common, and the Tea itself is more gener damaged than has ever yet been known.
There is no doubt, however, that there is plenty of Good Tea in this country, and owness of price. much to be regretted that lowness of price has forced into consumption a lot of stuff
at a gift, and that the general practice of supplying inferior Tea has contented :
purchasers to pay an unnecessarily high price to obtain Good Tea. Where to obtain
Avoiding alike extravant charges and a deceptive appearance of cheapness, our a reasonable price.
tion will always continue to be directed to supplying the public with Teas of only
quality, and to supply these at the most moderate prices possible. The Teas sup- The Teas referred to in our List are certain kinds possessing, according to the " plied at Number
more or less of that particular flavour found by experience to be most agreenla
The lower priced Teas are strong and useful, but have not much ilavour.
, : in flavour, excellent in quality, and generally please.
The higher-priced Teas are selected from the most choice parcels imported. These are seldom supplied by ordinary dealers. A few well-known houses at the West-e town supply them, but at extravagant charges.
The price of every Tea, from the lowest to the highest, is the most moderate tast particular quality can possibly be sold at.
The following sorts will be found to meet the wants of most purchasers :
3s. Od.) and for Large Establishments.
This is a most desirable Tea for Fam Strong, rich, and full-flavoured
Its flavour cannot fail to please, s Black Tea
its strength is very great.
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Always to remember.
DAKIN & COMPANY, TEA MERCHANTS
And Patentees for Roasting Coffee in Silver Cylinders, NUMBER ONE, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCHYARD,
he best way for TERMS, NET CASH.-All Orders from the Country will receive the greatest care archasers in the attention, and will be forwarded with the direct Carriage FREE, if they be accompaniu tountry to buy.
a remittance for payment, whether by Half-Notes, Post-office Order, or otherwise, pro the Goods ordered amount to £2 or upwards.
Visitors to London may save a considerable portion of their Railway expenses, by chasing their Teas and Coffees at NUMBER ONE, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCHYA. which is in the very centre of England's Metropolis, and a position more easily aciert: than any in London.
To save money.