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THE UNITED KINGDOM Temperance aud General Probident Institution,

1 ADELAIDE PLACE, LONDON BRIDGE, LONDOX.

Policies tested.

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201503,630

ESTABLISHED 1810.
By this Institution upwards of 23,000 Policies have been issned,
And during the last Four Years upwards of 10,000 New Members have been added,

Business of the Year ending 31st December, 1869.
Policies Issued.
Amount Assured.

New Premiul

£17,230 3s. 5d. A valuation of the Assets and Liabilities of the Institution is made every Five Years. At the last valuation in 1855 a bonus was declared, ranging from 35 to 75 per cent on the total amount of Premiums paid. Statement of Business in the Five Years preceding the last valuation, compared with that

of the following Four Years :-
From January, 1851, to December, 1855–5 Years.
Policies Issued.
Amount Assured.

Annual Premiums.
6,426
£1,016,679

£35,000 Os. Od.
From January, 1856, to January, 1860-4 Years.
Policies Issuede
Amount Assured.

Annual Premium
10,679

£1,584,285 £55,178 8s. 10d. Accumulated Capital,

Annual Income. December, 1855.

£138,408

£43,162 Os. Od. December, 1859.

£285,000

£93,000 Os. Od Increase in 4 Years.

£146,592

249.838 Os Od. Every description of Life Assurance effected on application to the Resident Director, or to the butt or Local Agents, Assurances effected in the present year will participate in the Bonus to be declared early in 181.

ROBERT WARNER, Esq., 8 Crescent, Cripplegate, London, ( m .
W.R. BAKER, Resident Director.

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THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Institution will be held at the London Tarera,

Bishopsgate Street, on Monday, May 28th, at 2 o'clock.

BOOKS RECEIVED.

Academio Reform and University Representation. | Lectures on the History of England Lartir 5

By James Heywood, F.R.S. London : Edwd. By Wm Longman. Londo. Lanras L T. Whitfield.

Le Pope, Les Empereurs et la Kiziler After Many Days. A Tale of Social Reform

un Catholique Anglais. Lond : W Seneca Smith. London: W. Tweedie.

Lights and shadows of Church Lite la AD Alban. A Narrative Poem. By William Thurston. &c. By Thomas Binney, Labd a London : Judd and Glass.

and Wallord. Amy's Kitchen. A Village Romance, By the Love and Labour, or Work an ir Revue B

Author of "A Trap to catch a Sunbeam." Kate Pyer. London: Thick reda 20. StarLondon : Lockwood and Co.

ton. Canterbury Tales of Chaucer. By Thos. Tyrwhitt, Malone, Life of Edmond By Sar). Prior. VKL

F.R.S. Vol. 2. Edinburgh: James Nichol. F.8.A., &c. London: smth, sledi Commentary on the Book of Psalms. By Wm. De Manse Garden The. Br Sathara Part Burgh, D.D. London: James Blackwood.

DD. London: Jac. Black
Days at Muirhead. London: James Blackwood. Metaphysics A Treatise on (Hrsy i
Deborah's Diary. A Fragment. By the Author to Revealed Religion. By the Best

of “Mary Powell." London: Tall, Virtue, Macmahon, M.A. London B ed
and Co.

National Life Boat Insestutiva. 11.8.aBu
Harry Birkett. The Story of a Man who helped Protestant Church Alliance. T h e

Himself. By the Auihor of " Town Life," &c. &c.
London : Wm. Tweedie.

Robert Owen and hic Philosopdr. Dr I IIebrew. The Easiest, as well as the most Interest. Sarreant London : Sint Piter, as to ing of the Ancient Languages. By the Rev. A. | Sacred Musings, &c. By Mary Ann S

. P. Irwine, M.A. London: Hamilton and Co.

Penninck. London: LOT 13 14 ( Iistory of the English Church to the Reformation Songs of the Heart. By a l'elaboL L

(hurtz.) By the Rev Alfred Edersheim, Ph.D. Warren Hall and Co. Edinburgh : T. & T. Clarke.

State of Authorised Bible al

tek gold by Letters on the Revision of the Liturgy. Heywood, F.KS. Ludou surd T. WE London: Partridge and Co.

orld. gold by Letters on the Revision of the Book of Statistics of New Zealand free 13e .

Common Prayer. London: Partridge and Co. Otticial Hecurda Auckland (.* terpretations of Prophecy. By Major J. Scott Theory and Practice of llama ay and ( Phillips, London: Wertheim and Co.

Bi samuri Bart.

Lite and (The) and the Book, London: T. Nelson and Three Years in Turkey. Ly J. Mas, LLC bon,

Lootoni John Snow.

NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS

Are confidently recommended as a simple but certain remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we are subject, being a Medicine so uniformly grateful and beneficial, that it is with justice called the “Natural Strengthener of the Human Stomach.” NORTON'S Pills act as a powerful tonic and general aperient, are mild in their operation, safe under any circumstances, and thousands of persons can now bear testimony to the benefits to be derived from their use.

Sold in Bottles, at 13. 1fd., 23. 9d., and 11s. each in every town in the country. CAUTION.—Be sure to ask for NORTON'S Pills, and do not be persuaded to purchase

the various imitations.

A CLEAR COMPLEXION !!!

GOD FREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS

Is strongly recommended for Softening, Improving, Beautifying, and Preserving the Skin, and giving it a blooming and charming appearance. It will completely remove Tan, Sunburn, Redness, &c., and by its Balsamic and Healing qualities, render the Skin soft, pliable, and free from dryness, &c., clear it from every humour, pimple, or eruption, and by continuing its use only a short time, the skin will become and continue soft and smooth, and the complexion perfectly clear and beautiful.

Sold in Bottles, price 2s. 9d., by all Medicine Venders and Perfumers.

FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, AND RHEUMATIC GOUT.

SIMCO'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS

Are a certain and safe remedy. They restore trarquillity to the nerves, give tone to the stomach, and strength to the whole system. No other Medicine can be compared to these excellent Pills, as they prevent the disorder from attacking the stomach or head, and have restored thousands from pain and misery to health and comfort.

Sold by all Medicine Venders, at 1s. 11d, or 29. 9d. per Box.

INFLUENZA, COUGHS, AND COLDS.

SIMCO'S ESSENCE OF LINSEED

Is the most efficacious remedy ever discovered for the relief of persons suffering from Influenza. T'he first two doses generally arrest the progress of this distressing complaint, and a little perseverance completely removes it. Children's coughs, as well as recent ones in Adults, will be removed by a few doses (frequently by the first), and Asthmatic persons, who previously had not been able to lie down in bed, have received the utmost benefit from the use of Simco's Essence of Linseed.

Sold by all Medicine Venders, in Bottles, at 18. 1fd. and 28 9d. each.

MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE. THE UNITED KINGDOM Temperance aud General Provident Institution,

1 ADELAIDE PLACE, LONDON BRIDGE LONDOX.

ESTABLISHED 1810.

By this Institution upwards of 23,000 Policies have been ismed,
And during the last Four Years uproards of 10,000 New Members have been added.

Business of the Year ending 31st December, 1859.
Policies Issued.
Amount Assured.

New Premiums
3,368
£503,580

£17,230 3s. 5d. A valuation of the Assets and Liabilities of the Institution is made every Fire Year A: tbe valuation in 1855 a bonus was declared, ranging from 35 to 76 per cent on the total amount of Premiums paid. Statement of Business in the Five Years preceding the last valuation, compared with that

of the following Four Years :

From January, 1851, to December, 1855–6 Years.
Policies Issued.
Amount Assured.

Annual Premium
6,426
£1,016,679

£35,000 Os. Od.
From January, 1856, to January, 1860-4 Years,
Policies Issued,
Amount Assured.

Annual Preminni.
10,679

£1,584,285 £55,178 8s. 10d. Accumulated Capital,

Annual Income December, 1855.

£138,408

£43,162 Os. Od. December, 1859.

£285,000

£93,000 Os. Od. Increase in 4 Years.

£146,592

£49,838 Os. Od. Every description of Life Assurance effected on application to the Resident Director, or to the T T or Local Agents. Assurances effected in the present year will participate in the Bonus to be declared eart bygd. ROBERT WARNER, Esq., 8 Crescent, Cripplegate, London,

C A W. R. BAKER, Resident Director. C THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Institution will be held at the London Tarma,

Bishopsgate Street, on Monday, May 28th, at 2 o'clock.

BOOKS RECEIVED.
Academic Reform and University Representation. | Lectures on the History of Englad it

By James Heywood, F.R.S. London : Edwd. By Wm lonaman. Linda las
T. Whitfield.

Le Pope, les Empereur et la Keten,
After Many Days. A Tale of Social Reform. B

un Catbolique Anglais L . W Seneca Smith. London: W. Tweedie.

Lights and shadows of burtà Lite 3 A3. Alban. A Narrative Poem. By William Thurston. &c. By Thomas Binney La . Je London : Judd and Glass,

and Walford.
Amy's Kitchen. A Village Romance, By the Love and Labour, or Work and itRret

Author of “A Trap to catch a Sunbeam." Kate Pyer. London: Thirk rower D"
London : Lockwood and Co.

top. Canterbury Tales of Chaucer. By Thor, Tyrwhitt, Malone, Life of Edmond. Bear). PO NELL

F.R.S. Vol. 2. Edinburgh : James Nichol. F.S.A., &c. Cardun: 03.11, B & B Commentary on the Book of Psalms. By Wm. De Manse Garden The'. By Sathanant a u Burgh, D.D. London : James Blackwood.

DD. London: Jas, Rn. Days at Muirhead. London: James Blackwood. Metaphysics A Treation

or Deborah's Diary. A Fragment. By the Author to kerraled Regio. D . bt!!

of “Mary Powell." London: Hall, Virtue, Macmahon, MA Londra Hos. a and Co.

National Life Boat Ingri toss inat itu
Ilarry Birkett. The Story of a Man who helped Protestant Church Advance Tra i

Himself. By the Author of " Town Life," &c. &c.
London : Wm. Tweedie.

Robert Owen and his t'hil sopar. Prva lom Hebrew. The Easiest, as well as the most Interest. Sargeant Landon

.ber, als ing of the Ancient Languages. By the Rer. A. I Sacred Musings, &c. By Mary Ann S P. Irwine, M.A. London: Hamilton and Co.

Penninck London Lutonia in Ilistory of the English Church to the Reformation Songs of the Irurt. Bra lastest L ee.

(kurtz.) By the Rev Alfred Edersheim, Ph.D. Wartyn llall and Co Edinburgh : T. & T. Clarke.

State of Authors Bit Rich Pe . Ingold by Letters on the Revision of the Liturgy. Herwood, F.& 8. Labakud T.

London: Partridge and Co.
Ingold by Letters on the Revision of the Book of | Stat-tics of New Zealand i

en Common Prayer. London: Partridge and Co. Otticial Records Anand 16.4 Interpretations of Prophecy. By Major J. Scott Theory and I'ractice of llatinu

: Phillips, London: Wertheim and Co.

Br Samuri kisrt 0.15 HINN Land (The) and the Book. London: T. Nelson and Three years in TURIT. Dy. Vers, LLCA bon,

London: John Suow.

NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS

Are confidently recommended as a simple but certain remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we are subject, being a Medicine so uniformly grateful and beneficial, that it is with justice called the “ Natural Strengthener of the Human Stomach." Norton's Pills act as a powerful tonic and general aperient, are mild in their operation, safe under any circumstances, and thousands of persons can now bear testimony to the benefits to be derived from their use.

Sold in Bottles, at 1s. 11d., 2s. 9d., and 11s. each in every town in the country. CAUTION.—Be sure to ask for NORTON'S Pills, and do not be persuaded to purchase

the various imitations.

A CLEAR COMPLEXION !!!

GO D F RE Y'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS

Is strongly recommended for Softening, Improving, Beautifying, and Preserving the Skin, and giving it a blooming and charming appearance. It will completely remove Tan, Sunburn, Redness, &c., and by its Balsamic and Healing qualities, render the Skin soft, pliable, and free from dryness, &c., clear it from every humour, pimple, or eruption, and by continuing its use only a short time, the skin will become and continue soft and smooth, and the complexion perfectly clear and beautiful.

Sold in Bottles, price 25. 9d., by all Medicine Venders and Perfumers.

FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, AND RHEUMATIC GOUT.

SIMCO'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS

Are a certain and safe remedy. They restore tranquillity to the nerves, give tone to the stomach, and strength to the whole system. No other Medicine can be compared to these excellent Pills, as they prevent the disorder from attacking the stomach or head, and have restored thousands from pain and misery to health and comfort.

Sold by all Medicine Venders, at 1s. 14d, or 2s. 9d. per Box.

INFLUENZA, COUGHS, AND COLDS.

SIMCO'S ESSENCE OF LINSEED

Is the most efficacious remedy ever discovered for the relief of persons suffering from Influenza. The first two doses generally arrest the progress of this distressing complaint, and a little perseverance completely removes it. Children's coughs, as well as recent ones in Adults, will be removed by a few doses (frequently by the first), and Asthmatic persons, who previously had not been able to lie down in bed, have received the utmost benefit from the use of Simco's Essence of Linseed.

Sold by all Medicine Venders, in Bottles, at 18 1fd. and 2s 9d. each.

REDUCTION OF THE WINE AND SPIRIT DUTIES.

122 PALL MALL, LONDON, S.W.

The Promoters of the above Company beg to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Private Families, that they have REDUCED their TARIFF of PRICES, and now ode their Patrons the full benefit of the new enactment. ROYAL VICTORIA SHERRY .. . . 278. per doz.

(The Standard of Excellence.) Splendid Old Port .................. 378. Sparkling Epernay Champagne, 345

(Ten years in the wood.) l icqual to that usually charged 60s dne) Finest Cognac Brandy ...44s. & 528. St. Julien Claret (Pale or Brown.)

1 (Pure and free from acidity.) SOUTH AFRICAN PORT, SHERRY, &c., 20s. & 24s. per dos.

(The finest ever introduced into this Country.) ALL BOTTLES AND

PACKAGES INCLUDER EUROPEAN COLONIAL Six Dozen delivered | WINE COMPANY.

Price Lists sent free on free to any Railway 1122.PALL MALL, LONDON.w.

application. Station in England or

Country Orders to be Wales.

accompanied with a Be

T: ROYAL VICTORIA mittance. Terms, Cash, or Reference.

SHERRY Post Office Orders 278.

made payable to Cheques to be crossed

BOTTLES & PACKACES INCLUDED W. REID TIPPING BARCLAY & Co.

Manager.

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Bennett's London-made Lieren l'atent Lever, jewelled ..........

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Gold, 27, 23, and 19 Cuincas.

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