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SEEDS. s. S. S. Hemp _ " •••••••••... ....... . new............ 13 14 Canary 38 42 Carraway ............new 44 48

SEEDS. s. S. S. Hemp _ " •••••••••... ....... . new............ 13 14 Canary 38 42 Carraway ............new 44 48

Turnip Seed, Swedes... ......1ine „ other qualities Tares, foreign, per bush Mustard, white ...new 7 10 „ winter new, 5s Od to 5s 6d „ brown ...... 912 Linseed Cakes, per 1,000 9110 s Trefoil .........per cwt. 19 22 to 10/ Os „ extra... 22 23 Rapeseed ,new,22/ to 24/ pr. last
13 April 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
2s. '6d. per-Blbs

2s. '6d. per-Blbs

FLAX, HEMP, COIR, &C. The market for Flax continues in a very inactive state. In prices, however, we have no alteration to report. Baltic Hemp is quiet, at late rates. At auction, 589 bales damaged Manilla went from £35 to £5O ss. per ton, and 35 bales Sunn sold at £2O 10s. to £
13 April 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
PURE LIQUID HAIR-DYE.

PURE LIQUID HAIR-DYE.

EMILY DEAN'S TEINTNOI It is the only dye that has received the unanimous approval of the public. It is a pure liquid that changes hair of all colours in three minutes to any shade required, from light auburn to jet black, so beautifully natural as to defy detection. It does not
13 April 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
INTENDING LIFE ASSURERS AND OTHERS ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO PERUSE THE ACCOMPANYING REPORT, AND TO COMPARE THE RATES, PRINCIPLES, AND

INTENDING LIFE ASSURERS AND OTHERS ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO PERUSE THE ACCOMPANYING REPORT, AND TO COMPARE THE RATES, PRINCIPLES, AND

PROVISIONS OF THIS SOCIETY WITH THOSE OF ANY EXISTING COMPANY. MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE. conduct the investigation, and to make the necessary arrangements connected therewith, viz. :—Messrs. Robert Hunter, Sheriff of Buteshire ; John Auld, writer to the signet; Charles W. Anderson,
13 April 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
that what is found to be most beneficial and useful may ultimately be adopted by them all. The business of

that what is found to be most beneficial and useful may ultimately be adopted by them all. The business of

life assurance is in this country still comparatively in its infancy; and no person can confer a greater benefit on his country than by devising any plan by which it can be conducte don the most beneficial system. " It has sometimes been suggested that it would be better for a p
13 April 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
ISturattO.

ISturattO.

BRIXTON-HILL PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Conducted by Mrs. GRAY. PHE salubrity of the air, and the dry, gravelly soil, render this one of the most healthy situations in the vicinity of London. Only a limited number of Pupils received, whose health and educal ion are
18 May 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
To discuss the merits of Dr. Pye Smith, as a theologian, is needless. Christians of all denominations, wherever the English

To discuss the merits of Dr. Pye Smith, as a theologian, is needless. Christians of all denominations, wherever the English

language is spoken, have long ago given to his name a place among those which thJy delight to honour. It may be sufficient to express the hope, that the work now offered to the Churches, will be found not unworthy of the hand which wrote the " Four Discourses on the Sacrifice an
18 May 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
HARVEY ON DEAFNESS.

HARVEY ON DEAFNESS.

IrLpEIASETAIENT of DEAFNESS DISEASES of the THROAT , S m. B vo, Just published, by the same A u th or, price t r i e 3NAs.R6dIS.tIINieG a ch N RHEUMATISM, GOUT , an d NEU-11 R4L6 141, as Affecting tbe.Head and Ear in connexion with Deafness; and on SO FORMS of HEADACHE. By WILLI
18 May 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
SOLD AT

SOLD AT

THE WHOLESALE PRICE. But, as an auxiliary to the Cloth Trade, Cutters of superior talent are engaged; and Purchasers of Cloth, Sm., may, if they wish, have It made up on the Premises, at the charge of THE WORKMEN'S WAGES, Messrs. Dudden and Co. guaranteeing, not only the Quality
18 May 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England
 
TO ADVERTISERS.

TO ADVERTISERS.

The BANNER is pre-eminently a Family Journal, circulating largely through every district of the Empire, and is, therefore, one of the very best channels for Adver-14semeuts relating to Books; Sales; Articles of General Consumption; Appeals for Benevolent, Religious, and Philanth
18 May 1853 - British Banner - London, London, England