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The Dominican

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Title:
The Dominican
Place of Publication:
Roseau Dominica
Publisher:
Coquille & Falconer
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
v. 2, no. 56, February 19, 1873
Physical Description:
volumes : ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Roseau (Dominica) ( lcsh )
Dominica -- Roseau ( fast )
Genre:
Newspapers. ( fast )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Dominica -- Roseau

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1840?
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering irregular; some numbers repeated.
General Note:
Publisher varies.
General Note:
Originals in the files of the Court House of Dominica, B.W.I.
General Note:
Description based on: Jan. 5, 1842.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: Feb. 14, 1907.
Funding:
Funded by the Council on Library and Information Resources Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Enabling New Scholarship through Increasing Access to Unique Materials grant program.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
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JOSEPH "BLONDEL.
Mnlvtionr £l. 5- C per *nnutn, pay*M*> either
aTbUf>T«>rly, or quarterly in *dv«aM.
Rommunicitions tec , raimt he *Jdro»«ed to the
R ( at the Dominican Office. Roa«»u. ..
â– rthevs-Bi* ora Insetted at the followiug
or ujder, for one or three
Hhttimfr i 2
■.very a'tJi*ion»t line ... ... £0 0 6
HeTery addittional insertion
f§P# ; tift 6r*l throe, per lino ... £<>o 3
â– tominuon ia the lx*t medium f>r ndvatiws
â– it the Colony
â– *Mn czefM^h*
M«t Agent : Fr.Enr.RicK Ato a*, 8, Clement*
â– jorabsrd Street, Loudon.
f»Q NT U LY~TLM ASACK.
SuaRY ’ HATH XXXI DAYS-
K« I’fcasta of the Moon.
DBM 3
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Moon —l3 0 24 evening » 4
■iSkt Quarter —2l 4 3i evening -d •/}
Ksw Moon -- 28 ! 21 evening
■Kdl Y;»il .r*.n-et, t ireumoulun. 25 35
â– ,v. d. t 1872.
K. A. Li**r*n d ’OS. W. I ndie* difoovered
Sunday as. Ensny. I*. Blnndel d., ’7L 22 33
L. Guardiwi# meet. Tw»dth or Old
Bjurt U Complaint* [Cbristmea Day
[doge.
■wHi Caravarn* d ‘33 M*ii* fc*r England
B2K lilind reded t<> Bad*on’* Bay Co. 1749 28 37
â– d Sunday as. Epany R. Mat*.'ft E*q. d
|§,*f>uty Cent •Gen Tench d:*J, d' 6i \
â– atila of Corunna, 1809 22 88
H -
Bd Sunday after Epiphany. PaoVet due.
9tu*tr«lU oolonisad, 1788 21 39
â– uk* of Kent died, 1830. ritUied 1303 20 40
Maclend, E»q died, 1869
■onreralon of St Paul «
3u*y. A urn. Bolwa* tailed
■ it: r Bog. ‘39 [Sun. >t!r» coni, in Eny.
■TC'64. Ml*, Wr E’lg• e». cot.
■est Antigua, 1888 ’M*
BSocn latiun Stone ol P. A, Jetty ls»« ty I
m HJov Frio*, 1362. Martyrdom ofCha*. {•
ijl.. 1649. Wl«
he Subscriber
â– AS just received a nice As Asâ– flggrtment
â– flggrtment Asâ– flggrtment of selected Goods
nj&heroid,-
â–  MoATS
(bents’ Youth's and Boy a Leghorn,
Hruacan and Felt Hat*,
â– aftiesTrimmed Si Uotriunwed Hats,
iptiaw, Ctinoliae and Tuscan, diito.
â–  Kid Gloves, |
Bents' and Ladies' ditto.,
â– >iack, While and Cold, do.,
Blabics Cold. & White Silk & Lisle ,
RK Gloves
WBJt ELLAS &P ARASOLS,
â– Ladies Cambric Handkerchiefs,
■Bents’ Ditto.. dittos,
â– Pea indss and Madraea Hkfs.,
WRosewood Cane Seat Chain,
■having Boxes,Gent*’ Dreseiug Cases,
9puft Boxes, Pen OushTofls, 6
B'orte Mouaies, Ladies Companions,
wAagnifying. ULaaes, Wisker
§|C|k 9 sortruent -of
Rs TaJ lu.U R V
â– School Bools, Copy Books,
Jylfttes, assorted sizes, Files and Clip?,
Cutlers, Lignum Vitae,
Better Weighers. Twin Boxes with
Pr%'4* Cutter,
Ipt Ad d a1 s o, — r.
Wp'Wual Mdortmenf of all dea dea»
» dea» criptions of Goods Goodsf
f Goodsf A. C, POTTER
Bk and John's. Lane,
24th December 187a.
Uer K. M. S. Mersey.
JOW OPENING as JOHN BELLOT'S
9 h se!ecfc of R-'w Goods,
Rblefor the seasau.
Come and See!!
Rseau, Doe, *, * *
■ i ‘

William Steelman & Co.
< HAVE JUST RECEIVED
their usual well selected Christmas slat'lies
♦ IPIBIB SlPamilßshlllD
To which they invite an early inspection.
a ENT’S Wht. and Cold. Kid Gloves Gents’ Donkin Gloves
Ladies’ Wht and Cold. Kid Do Habit Blk Kid Do
Habits Cold Silk & Lisle Do Mans' Wht, Berlin I>o
Hduwum®' mundUMiißU) Infants Frock Bodies Ijifantb Embroidered Robes
Do Cambric & Muslin Caps Town Made B.wts
Valenciennes Lace White Cluny Lace
Wht. & Cold. Gossamer Falls Ladies Fancy Ties
Ladies’ Fashionable Siik Jackets
Whito Figd- Net Plain BoblAette
Antimacassars 1 oilet Covers
Ladies’ Beatrice Coraetts Gents’ Linc i Collars
artificial FLOWERS AND SILK RIBBONS
Bead Trimmings lancy Braid
Blk. $ Cold, kirt Braid Cluuy Laoe
i Insertion Shirt Front* Foncv Dit** Buttons
■Gents’Cold. Silk Ban kerchiefs Fancy ihv Bcluog
l •
Umbrellas & Parasols
»
Ladies’ Embroidered H.k.f-s. Black & Cold. Sewing Silk
Ladies Linen & Muslin Setts Fxceltior Trimmings
tuds & Soltaires Gents’ Linen Shut Fronts
FANCY SPRIOD. GRENADINES & LAPPETS.
Cork Street and Long Lane.
Staple Goods.
NO IV OPE MING AT
Wm. STEDMAN & Co’s.
:-Bthi & 9-Btha Fanpv Prints—Bl ick and Whitu Prints,
White uC-Cold Brilliants —Fancy Regattas
Turkey Red Cottou —Furniture I'riuU
|_ L?**A' —;THviv l'livt• —A 4C»t-, • . ■ J
Superior Cloths and Twee d s
Ilorrockses’ Longth Cloth, Superior Queens’ Clo*h,
j Blue and Grey Domestic, Fine Ozaabmgs,
». Brazilian Stripes, Fcv. Strpd Mattings.
Cold Drills & Garabroous, —Blue AN ASSORTMENT OF HOSIERY
Black Russel Cord Crape Gambroona.
White Cotton Sheeting Superior Linen Sheeting,
Pink tfc Blue Rolled Jacconels Twilled Silicias,
Orleans and Coburgs Figured Toilet Cover*,
Cotton Blaukets Woolleu Blankets,
filll mUBSB iIB BIOTS.
Victoria Table Covers White k Bro. Tubto Cloths,
Linens & Jjawns, Huckaback Towels,
Turkish Towels, — Damask Table Napkins,
Linen and Cotton Tick, —Strong Brown Canvas,
6 Cord White Reels, Cotton Ball Sowings,
A n d a f e to
wmdQirwiit aaw® ® w ®9»
—o . i
A n A t 8 o r t m c n l of
HATS & CAPS
Roseau, Long Lane Sr Cork Street.
; —~r— — l

CROWN LANDS
WILL be sold by Public Auc Auction,
tion, Auction, at the Town Hall, on
the 4th of January next ensuing, at
noon, the undermentioned Cruwn
Land, viz :
A portion of land, containing
twenty acres, situate in the parish
of St. John, being part of Lot Fifty
one, and part of Lot Fifty-two, on
the Map of the Island, applied for
by Arthur Barron, and bounded
as follows :
N. By the Indian River, opposite
the Sugar Loaf Estate.
E. By the Sugar Loaf Estate,
S. By a deep slow Ravine locally
called Piteau River.
W. By a Ridge.
C. A. FILLAN,
Receiver H. M's Casualties
Roseau. 16th December, L 872. i
v v. ; ' • *

ROSEAU, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1873.

CROWN LANDS.
mHE following application for
Jl the purchase of Crown Laud
has been inideto the Executive
viz
By Scipio Edward and
Freeman Edward.
Os a porti >n of: land containing
40 acres situate in the parish of St.
Andrew, being part of Lot 117, on
the ttap of the island and known as
“ Whvnne-Uow” and bounded as
*
follows.
N. By a !owrid ;e and the old
work of Wypne-blow.
E. By the Pegua River.
S. By the Pegoua River.
W. By Gate Gutter.
C. A. FILLAN,
Receiver H. M. Casualties
i Roseau, 23rd December 1872.

Just I|eceived \ ;
PFR It. M. STEAMER, and
notv opened, an assortment of
Girls' & Ladies' Hats,
White Fig'd Ladies' Dressfs, •
Col’d Spotted Grenadines &
Muslins,
Indies’ Boots,
Crinolines.
AND
Gentlemen» Cremourne S carves.
L A GiRAUD.
Roseau, Deer. 4th 1872.
JU SON.
Cheap for Caidi*
Guzeuse basket— C;‘.
“ <4 bottle - 7Jd.
At E. CLAYSSKNVS.
Roseau, 18th Due. 1872.
To Sportsmen
rnUE SrjBSGItfaER has oil
.£ hand
SHOT, GUN PC) WDEH,
and
Percussion Caps
CHEAP!
L. A. GIRAUD.
ISth Deer. 1872.
For Rent.
/'NHARLOTTE VALLEY Great
y^ l House, with Out-buildings, and
cyerv. coovenience for a Tamilv
Apply to the lion. WM. STED STEDMAN.
MAN. STEDMAN. '
December 11, 1872.
Mimas ?
(Just opened per SPHEROID.)
• ‘ - - P'
KID GLOVES
| A DIES’ SI LK GLOVKS
PERFUMERY ~
JLIANCY FOiLAUia
LEWIS S POMATUMS
V*
CIOOTCH and MIXED TWEEDS
gLACK CLOTHS and DUESKINS
GRENADINES & MUSLINS
JNF A NTS' CASHMERE HUOD3
I t NFANTS’ QUILTED SILK HAT.S
RONZE PI L. CANDLES!
and shades
_ A - Gl jr AlJl)
Roseau, 18th Dec.
NOTICE.
mHE COLONIAL BANK will
JL be closed for General Busi Business,
ness, Business, as usual, on
Wednesday the Ist &
Thursday the 2nd of
January next.
N. B. —Payment ot Bills fluid
Notes falling due on those days will
be received as usual.
Dec. 24th 3 872.

[Price Six-Pence.



icA riST J ANUAft Y, 1873.
to the following Jury Lists will
and determined at the first meeting,
the expiration ot seven days from the date
hereof, ot the Magistrates Court of the District
in >yl ioli the person objected to us a Juror, or the
person claiming tp be admitted or exempted as a
Juror, resides. ‘ ___
JOS. FADELLE, Fro. Marshal
Special Jury List for the year 1873.
Name. Place of Abode, j Calling. Qnalificatioo.
- • -
lkrron Arthur St. John’s Planter At loss* 100 aureaofland
Buflurifsean Charles iTuion estate Planter ReC property - x •
Bel lot Joseph Sou ifriere estate I Planter Peal property
3ollot Edward Grand Colibri estate Planter Renta property
Ballot John Roseau [Merchant Income
Bellot Benoit jCanefield estate ll’laater At ietut 100 aersa ot land
BciUot Henry Bon Repos estate ditto. 4b to,
* Blanc George Birrel Roseau Civil Engineer Salary
Blanc Joseph Roseau Cleik at Back (Income
Buiko Thomas St. Joseph | Planter [At least 100 acres of land
Callander John Richard Sugar Loaf (Planter :He 1 projwrty
Ilavies Thomas Roseau [Planter ; Vt least 100 acres oflaud
Davies William Bath estate j Planter < Heal property
Dawbioey Ed ward Sheriff Roseau iMcrcbaut , ' nor. me
Dupigny Vincent Roseau Clerk At ioast 100 acre* of land
Dupiguy Joseph Flore Floremo
mo Floremo mi ; Roseau Merchant, Income
Dc.pigny Wilson ! Roseau Druggist j Income
Duverney St, Rose jftoselu Merchant ißeal property
Duvernay Beirut jtloseHU .Shopkeeper dnoome
Etwin Henry Ruse j Roseau [Merchant jlncctne
Garraway James A!ex-|
auder ! Roseau [Merchant j Income
Giraud Lewis A lexanderiJXosoau [Merchant j Income
Hamilton Hoary .Roseau Merchant ilncome
Kill Henry ‘M/*w Town [Blacksmith jAtleast 100 acre* of land
Kolllnsed ISayre LesiieiC wile Bruee estatcjPianter [lncome
Lion co Charles I Mon Repos estate Planter |At least !0u acres of land
Mv’e? Jhon William !River estate .Planter Real property
Potter Alexander! harlea Roseau Merchant ditto.
Small William [iiden estate [Planter [lncome j
Spooner John Charles! Roseau [Manager of Bank Income ,
Wakefield Arthur (Roseau [Cashier at Bank Income
I
_ I
Petty Jury List for the year 1873.
Fame. Flaco of abode. Calling. Qualification,
-nr-(«■■■ viTrm-um.iinrn —,r«- r itnnn - i“ nu J--■ Mr rn- r i*u Jr ;
A udrt Chat lea Augustus Morne Daniel estate Planter Real property
Bell John St. George’s ditto. Real property
Bell Stephen ditto. ditto. Real property
BeUot Anthony L’Xtbprevue estate ditto- Rents teal property
BeUot'Dhniles l heckh vl estate ditto. [Salary
Bennett Alexander Portsmouth Planter (Real property
Burton Everavd Josephcgißossau Clerk .Salary
Burioa Joseph Michael Bt. Andrew’s Shopkeeper Beal property
Burke Michael St, George’s Planter Real property
Ruder William Roseau Clerk Salary
Canimir George Macoucherie estate Planter Salary
Chr.tiea William [Roseau Trader Real property
Crompton John Renault Roseau Clerk Salary
Desabfiye Joses John Roseau Shopkeeper Rents real property
G fkfM 'vT’tam Hew Town Planter Real property
A.. Sander Castio Comfort estate Planter Salary
Duverney Augustus Roseau Shopkeeper Income
kiilan *ames Cox Roseau Public Officer Income
Lilian Andrew St. Andrews Shopkeeper Real property
Garr* way James Frederick Roseau Clerk Salary
Giraud Lewis Francis i Roseau Clerk Salary
Giraud Johu Lewis i t oiute Guignard estate Planner Real property
Glunville John Henry !Portsmouth Shopkeeper Real property
Gordon Hilton j Roseau < Clerk Salary
Green Edward BiehardjColibsut Shopkeeper Real property
Humphrys Charles ’Roseau Merchant’s Agent Salary
Humphry« William Hanna Hillsborough estate Planter Salary
h.aac Francis jltoscau Wheel right Income
Humphry* Richard Clark Hall estate Planter Salary
Jolly John Baptist® Roseau Public Officer Salary
Jones Francis Brandon Roseau Merchant BeDfc real property
Joseph Benoit. Francis Roseau Carpenter Real property
Junkeer Henry Roseau Clerk Salary
Lioni»6 John Laraofche Reigate estate Planter Reel property
Lockaart Alexander Son of qualified
Ramsey Roseau Editor father
Marie Win. Gabriel Ham ps ted estate Planter Salary
Matson -iatthew New Town Gentleman Real property
Mor&u Felix Jorsph Roseau Stonemason Real property
Nicholas John Lovell Belfast estate Planter Salary
Nixon Robert Londonderry estate Planter Salary
O'Brien Siephen Bath estate Planter Salary
Philippe Louis Roseau Tailor Real property
Pmard Lewis Roseau Merchant Real propertv
Rivierre Peter Davis Battalie estate Piaster Salary
Rinerre Alexander Portmouth Shop keeper Real property
Denis
Robinson Alexander, Wayanary estate Planter Salary
Robin James Robert St. Andrew Planter Real property
RonStit Joan Roseau Merchant Rents realproperty
beignoret Henry Au- Roseau Merchant Real property
gwtus 1 1 J

THE DOMINICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY % 1873
. - - -.A:;.,

Serrant Joseph Roseau (Shopkeeper Toneme
Situ on John Roseau O'etk Real proparty*
Serraut Gilbert FoiUuoUth Shopkeeper * Tucomo i
Shillingford Eugotve h
Allau R'laaau Clerk Salary #
Stedman James Mac- Roseau Merchant’s A- r'' J^r ®
far) iino gent SaUrrf
St. Orde Isaao Roseau Gentleman [Real pryperty
Stevens Thoma 6 B«r B«r---nabi.3
--nabi.3 B«r---nabi.3 Ihy- -vi” y PV.nter Realproperty
Tavernier Francis P<-t? mtir igno*. keeper Realproperty
Tavernier Chester Wall House eslatn|lSlautor Suiary
Touch William Blythe lu-orti. ; Shopkeeper - -feat
Toussaint Rocques Roseau ’ Clark Salary
Thomas Joseph Francis Roseau 1 Shopkeeper Heal property * â– w'-"
Vantcrpool Frederick Goodwill estate Planter Salary ®r
Vaughan Robert John ißoheau .Clerk Salary Sn
Winston Thomsa ChaiUrlhiver e«taie R anter Salary By
Winston Ismael !Roseau (Tiador Income
1871. ACCOUNT, ihe whole Amourif of the DEB'iJ
ASSETS of the COLON 'AL B \ \ T K, at the Cloao of the year fl
and shewing also the Amount of its NOTES payable on Dflh
which had beau in C.’vculatioii during over, Month of that YIC
together with the Annum of •' ’EOI E. distinguishing each 1
and other ASSETS immediately the Discharge of su U Notes. *** t*|
(Published [juruient to Royal Charter ol Incorporation)
DEBTS. 8 ASSETS. t
1. Circulation bO 1 896,131 n
j 2. Other Liabilities... J3,l8o,0".« 68 ,2- Other Resets... 17,820,254®
Total Debts... 15,351,»71 | l Total Amts... 11,786,3858.
j _ >>m . _ i
1871 Circulation. Gold i oins. Silver Coins. Other Aa
*•. s
. | 7| j " 1
Jsnuarv 1,566,107 1— 218.263 828,947 10 7T9LBBM
February ... ... 1,009.48$ bl« JS 1 . 2.863 78 681,584 03 7,388,62«'
March 1,757,577 Ift 387,702 44 683,676 62 7,340,013*
April 1,673,400, 342,566 !50 500.611 50 7,451,59®
May.. 1,924,1. tj 2C 340.6*7 lb 738,944 82 7,-b.'.541|
June 1,956,7 b" 6» l y t,s*7 ,61 544,473 93 6 976,U0j|
July 1,955,5.8 JO v 87.038 ! 10 727,867 20 6.900,
August 1,832 204 j(D 3C7,26i> !82 *821,820 75 6,727,1-ft®
September 1,785,892 160 342,773 j 36 712,089 08 0,755,640»
October J 1 78i,48l ' 357,447 ]42 712,323 97 6,696.695 jij
November.. J 1,765,203 j 63 33 ,699 58 764,805 66 (V755,TW
December J 1,865,996 SO 304,3 6j 62 560,214 86 6,718,606*
By Order of tlj© Court of Directors, M
C. A. CALVERT Secretary. 1
j London, 3Sth. November, 1872.

A. (U'OXTIiJ! . ,1
Is opening per “Spheroid" a supply of Provisions.
&®&s3uamws&sW&i&'U‘B ; as ,
Oysters l 1 resli Salmon— Tutted Sago —Tapioca—Cloves— G«a
Tongue—Sardines -Salad Oil - : and Black Tea —Split Peas— W
Cryf-tai »inegar Barley—Biackpeppcr *7
I rime \or: hams Oatmeal in Bottles**® 0
\\ iltsbire Cheese Fresh Currants
Crushed Sugar j Preserved Fruits * 8
An assort)a- t- â–  i-lnntlif and Painters Fancy Biscuits.
__ William teaman & Co.
winnu sfrtztytmDiiw *
A” THE itOHt Os TH£ UNDERSIGNED WILL BE FOUND
J SUPPLY IS
OF l'l!((VISIONS 4
Jlist received per above Vessel.
Tina Fresh Safiim iloaat Baa?— Roast Mutton Harncot Mutton
Mutt ra and Vegetables—Tripe and Onion JB
r ® F ri m e fork Ha m s 1’
- lrL,b Stow - MuHsgatawnr Soup ”Sjl
Oxtail 8ou;» —1 Vnai Potted Hun Potted Tongue sm
Ji BIL / b 3 0 J? a a con— ) Bm
£* Essence or 4J e «f Rickies - O.p*?* - Mmflftdl Table Vinegar j B*J*
C 5 Utjle ° Fine Salad Oil -■ Lea k Perrin’s BMice Anchovy Paste -*?■ I ggjj|
S » & sa a a t ; 'g In 13, <- 3 I*- Ttys *|^W
Citron Peel French Imperials —*. Bi tt*w Dara'on* —Plums # } Ojj|
rg\ Cherries Greengage* <6 Go (observes Raisins & Currants » ! {Stmt
-UiU Ai nd« Imperial Cosaaques | gH
g An Assortment of Jams vnd J elites. ] p®
S i J|
Consl sti n y 0 / JB
Sugared 4i.a >d« Rose —SoctcU.Mixture Barley Sugar
Oonvet.a : > 1 Loncngo* • - Acidulated Drops— kaj
Mixed Drops lVitilF-g ?>agar Candy k Raspberry Drops « 188
mm ms nm~ 1
Tapioca --»• Sago Oatmeal Black ft Green Tea Blackpcpper jjß
Gloves Nutmegs - Oarrnwy Seeds >|
Refined & Crushed Sugar: I
J&L ® S .Jg
An Assortment of Huntly and Palmer'e
FA A CV Bl SCU I TS. §
William Stedman & Co. . a 1
*— -» ■"— .■>■■■— ,Tl 1 ""Tl



11l m b er.
Ex Schooner
Vm. J B NKiN 1 8,”
A Superior Supply of
r hite Pine Boards
AND
P L 4 N K S
AIUtyVRT), and will be
heap ¥ the Subscriber’s Bu Bu’£*
’£* Bu’£* remises in Cork and Tlano Tlanotreels,
treels, Tlanotreels, where can also be
a Supply of
TIVE HARDWOOD .
L A. GIRAUD. .
loseau,l)ec.3l.
Um[emif-r ed has jn it. rearived
ExH.'e. doIDEL
A Var g o of
ires* z
a n ti
tanks,
Which lie otters at
Moderate Prices.
a. a POTTER.
rig & John’s Lane. )
)ec 30, 1872. f
) BE SOLD by Public
Auction, on the GcL Janu Januistant,
istant, Januistant, the celebrated Clip.
Boat “ LUKLINE, ” 4
, seized by L else < iificer
les Sam ford Lockhart, un unlie
lie unlie Trade and Revenue
Also
A small quantity of
tkmff, CrazoMise,
% "mik a pa ijriixt
ized by Excise Officer
les r ; am ford Loci; hart, uu uuthe
the uuthe Trade and Revenue
EDMUND WATT,
Treasurer.
Treasury, )
Jan, 1,1873. S'
-Tht *e!e will cframecee at 1 , n. in., precisely
’own Lands
IB FOLLOWING appli application
cation application for the purchase of
»WN LAND has been
s to the Executive, viz.—
{ EaDKLLB PRINCE. !
a portion of Land, eou- 1
ag 44 acres, situate m che
>h of St. Andrew, being
)f Lot 0. oh the map of
Utand v an 1 kiya.wn as
uxln.il, ’’ and b< iM&teu as
VS I' —
—By the Melville Hail Es Es—By
—By Es—By Crown Land (Lot
-By down Land.
—By Crown Laud
C. A. FIL L AN,
R. H. As. Casualties.
}&a,27tb Be umber, 1872.
i ~mnr i« i nwisiMiiiiiaiiwsiimiifiiwmiiitriTTr'i sn
NtTIT DE NOEL.
mjja ttTepswr de la nuit de Noel a 616 c&e c&e-dans
dans c&e-dans la 1 Rthedrale be Roseau avee tin
grandiose et an taste iuuttoontuin&a.
Mpaseigneur .Polfltßft a oificid pen tide ale-
entourl des Membres de son Clerge.
S&i'lilmcmie n plus brillarstes, Nous
mronspu remarquer cU*, l’auditoira les
•eaciiers Magistrals de la CitA et une
mule scepcctable de i-ersoauesuppartenaat

THE DOMINICAN, WI-OTIESBAT, JANUARY 1,13V3-

&Ux Religions dissidentos, qnioul bien vtmlu j
assistor &la ffite de A dire Mature k toue. f
Des milliers de bougies fo-Lirai >t,
Temple de Dieu : ua godt exqttii a prtLide j
si I’arrangemeat des plus petite* fihoses ; j
Hen ne manquait, l’ordro le plus pat fait a ;
r6gn6, et ohacun ad mi r ait la grace avea t
laquelle le V&n6rable PrSlai â– retnplissatt j
Be.i salutes functions. Q telquis beaux ;
morceaux de musiqua, acoompagnbi de J
chants, out 6te entendus pendant In c6re- |
tnonie.-A V Adcste Fideles uu artiste tliatiu J
i qyi a mcl6 les sons harmortitux do 600 vio* !
! lon H ceux de I’orgue. Honneur et remcrci- j
merits k celle qui a tenu I’orgue, encour- I
agomonts a I’artisto qui s’ost. tait entendre (
po.ir la premiere i'ois. Nous iaisons des j
voeux Bnur qu’ii nous gratitie plus eouvent
de son talent. La musiqne incite it la piibe j
r6jouit plus sensiblement l’ftme et monte j
comtao un parfum au Tioue de j
l’Eternel.
La s’est terminoe par la com* ;
munion d’une foule innombrable de lidfelee.
Monstdgneur lui uiemo ne s’nrretant pas |
aux fatigues gqjjil avast (’Via cues, a
h. ia distribution du Pain Sacr6. Apves luh ,
enfants de l'orphelinat, aveo un eo«»mbi qui fait honneur h leurs Mai tresses, out fait;
entendre un chant tvfo gai apprdpvie a la â– 
Fete.
Qu’on est heureux qnand on apn assister j
k uac* si belle cSremouie ; la ooe u’ est pleia, •
i’auioeat satisfaito.
Qua J4»us uuisse tousles coeura de notrt !
iie.
N X j
Roseau. 25 Decetubre 1872.
wniftw, iaaiMilling
List of Passengers.
ArstVßD.—Per Mersey, th« Right Rev. iV. W i
Frftocis. amt iS<; npe;
;‘»aukd,—PerOiivis Prida, .Mrs. Duntip, Mis* -T. j
Stewart, Mrs. Edwards and Mist Roger.
To Correspondents.
i
WiththoV icill appear a Retrospective me r
of events in 1872.
**"’ '■
It. ia distinctly to be undcratoo :
j that the charge for AdvertisenK-ni'
i published in the Domini eon- is L
j the first insertion. Insertions <*i
j exceeding two) after the first a
! gratuitous.
| Birth.
Ov the 28rd tilt., the Wife «f Far .-r
!>quiro, Fravoet "U.rshal, of a So.v.
«wiinrri t ■■■wwasM- fniMwiwiiiir
Ihf flominifan. i
v J i
“ Be just and fear not.”
1 . __. i }
ROSEAU :
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1573
PeruArs no Administrator wo
j have had here has been more fav-
I oured than Mr. Moia with oppor oppor'
' oppor' tunities for distinguishing himself
in a useful direction But he seems
to be blessed with much of that
incautiousness, impulsiveness, and
want of tact which made Mr Free Freei
i Freei ling the most unsuccessful Gover Goverf
f Goverf nor we ever had in Dominica. Mr.
| Mom’s mistakes since he assumed j
(he reins of Government in this j
Colony have been many, and there
seems little chance of an end to
| them. This is the more to be regret regret>
> regret> ed, as there is no reason to doubt that i
he is a man of very good intentions !
—of the best intentions in fact. But
his good intentions, we can assure :
him,willfail tosecure him continuous ;
toleration in bis never-ending faux j
pas ; and if he is not too dogmatic- i
al to receive advice, we would cer- i
tainly recommend him to place him- j
self in the hands of some wise and ;
faithful counsellor, who will save
him the necessity of having so oftev u
to retrace his steps—a thing wK ’
no one in his position can do '
out loss of dignity. , I (
Mr. MwCs last â– /*
bly tranacends every ou!d 6f . em , 0
linI in absurdity, an4 ts on his ,
I argue a total m| et j ha t be ha« -..0 ’/
' reco p nsn '.lower as Pkesiden
j diserettonaf ot M , own- or t 0 abr „ ,
, to a } r eady in force, howyrer $
i ate jicie they may
incf'
f ✓ -vv. ... .... ..2&YT ✓ ~

.Ur. -Moiß, it swema, touudthe time*
f fixed hv law for the payment of the
, asaausej taxes ou incomes,
| &o„ somewhat inconvenient, and
| accordingly issued a u Ukase" to the
, Treasurer to deduct their income income;
; income; tax for 1373 at once from every pub pubj
j pubj lie officer’s salary, for the mouth just
i ended. We do not know whether Mr.
j Watt held himself hound to execute
! such an order, but he would possibly
j have found it somewhat difficult to
j doso, without takingitupon himself,
| in many cases, toassesathe tax him himi
i himi self. We believe that* sorno of the
j recipients of public money here,
! whose entrance into the public sor sor,
, sor, vice only dates from tho middle of
last y«ar, have never been assessed
' by the Tax Commissioners, whose
ftuictions the 'Treasureii would have
] had to usurp to Carry out tho
J p-**;s?rf*»'p!s commands.
What was the result ‘ As the
: order was unequivocally illegal, it
| could not possibly bo enforced, the
| moment resisted, & Mr. Moir
i f 'md himself under the necessity
V
jof qualifying it to the extent of
j making the payment optional. This
of course amounted to a virtual with with|
| with| drawal of the order. Now, had tlie
! President only acted with less pre- j
; eipicaucy, there would have been;
Ino occasion whatever for him to
; “ eat the leek." May we suggest
; to hi a that orders which hate
it' ee r,ctllf • should never be
; issued, n i tfiat?to a< t otherwise is
| no*.the surest wav of winning the
: respect au-i con Men ee of Her Ma Ma!j.
!j. Ma!j. sty s smbjocU in this part of the
; world \
ill. PETE ft 8’ ENTERTAIN ENTERTAINMENT.
MENT. ENTERTAINMENT.
he Jn>rfi#r,(l Mr. Peters’ promised
. Views, kiuetratire of the
-.-u incidents in Bunyao’s Pilgrim N
*«•». vore* exhifated on Friday night,
* Court M'-im*, to â– * crowded and bigli
. i!*r e-it. I'i.Oi'O ’,*•*.* r.r.v,
! **j' â– > never Wa a more uucceesful st~
: ntA.'t.iin our pußiic, The per
i '<•> tnnrice was jrn eed by tho presence ol the
10. ov ic s f lii-i Honour tho Fred hut's
: thoiily, and every sent in the body of the
j Court, and iu the galleries was filled at un
, #. rly hour, while late arrivals wore glad
. fttiough to find only standing loom. The
| Via as, which were remarkably lile-like,
i wore mail* poifactiy iateiligible to these
unacquainted with Bunyan’s iiuruorial
work by the exhibitor’s running ccmtoeu
tttry, and frequent rounds of applause
aaeoked the appreciation oi the audienco of
his efforts in that direction. Mr. Peters
was assisted hy an amateur choir, who sang
I with rery good taste and effect several
pieces appropriate to the subject of the
Views.

LEEWARD SUMMARY
By the arrival of the R. M- S. Mtrs«u ou
Sqndsy morning wehave been put in pos possession
session possession of dales Iroiu Leeward to Decem December
ber December 21. Nothing however has transpired]
since our last Summary pf sufficient imp ' 1
fence to be transcribed into these eoU' ltu ' I
The Secretary ot Stato has met t v _ .
islative Council of An’igua b*H’ ‘L. in .f !
matter of ex-Polica Magiat ’ B , f. fc .' s
j ♦ ~1 , , , iscer sretiriD * :
pension,and agieoatbat tha. ’
A,, J sr. . Ijf _ n or annum. Tb«
iuiowanee tihati bn Arl/o r . > ,
• . - . , , the Legislature
otigiaal amount voted . , T f
° n.,An i ug to the rules or the
was £2AQ, but &cco^ K , , ,
. •, A-- • Black was only enti entiviolotual
violotual entiviolotual Set vice, l. „ J
,!... j aim: haw 1( - o* l Hie aotno aotnoequally

E Cj p , ’ Aerver that Sir Heme,min
,j ’T ■ Ttea to say that he will be in
urn 1 - Vsitivtily on the 2nd instant.
AUllgU* ' . , . .
Vacunt Magistrateship in J. Kitts
Itns still unfilled, tho Oovcr»Htteut
Tvljig failed to pur.vaads auy one to accept.
t. ,
. xpbiOAN .Church. —A confirmation
jok nffee it tbs Protestant ’’butch on
fuacitty, Vila Lordship the Bis •op pf
kntigun.’who had arrived by the steamtir
n the mofuiug, c-.Tlciu.iieg. Tht number

#*■ In-ip ob th® 3jb;t, to retur' ’ t
■t &of f,:-. &Mve«e .■ mV--;', 4
' V -*|-j [&'&* * % *
'tm, -
&*<■■ Mu *>/ ti* •
; * ' ■■• > ■;. i <
■ ■ . •• . ■'■'*■■■.• " .V .V---‘:;
--‘:; .V---‘:; • .'■ . . f£.-- - .* >

A CATHOLIC LOVBU^f
/; * —— A. »
To «ldpe with a bdy. dor.bttnss, pnhoutn
itself to the roauauo yotttlg fuau ea a bdd
and ddlkioaa diversion, but it may be
doubted whether it is vealiy an unulloyed
pleasure. The Wly who steals out of the
house at midnight id meet the Jo voider ho
has a buggy ami pairs boloug lo
the Lst conturv) in the lace, must either
abandon her wardrobe, or complicate her
flight with bandboxes uud biitidlet; that
will speedily prove a burdeu to theoloping
pair. Ttie lover, too, must got himself
into difficulties' in connection with the
buggy, for he nriat either scud it back to
the iivaty stable by a m'e-tsnrigor, who 'will
thus be able to set pursuers ou his track,
or he must incur the aurpicion of having
deliberately stolen it. it is ow owing
ing owing to these, and other tui’pLa«Ant features
of au elopement, that so few mon or wo women
men women ever elope more than onoo in their
fives.
There is. however, one young man who,
if the journals of 2-2! Ivan Odimty and of
Cong Island are to V*a trusted, makes ulo)la ulo)lament
ment ulo)lament the phja.Huro uo He begun.his exploits in Sullivan (Jminty
by eloping with tho wife of the minister
of the village iu which he temporarily re resided.
sided. resided. He wes pursued, but not captured,
and in thu course of a few weeks public
interest in his achievement neatly died ont,
Not so, however, his interest in the fair
ones of Sullivan County. Suddenly h*
| re-appeared, and carried off’ a young lady,
i of whqs© beauty and accomplishments the
local reporter speaks with the utmost en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. Again ha was pursued, both by
an avanging brother and e swindled pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of a li very-stable, but he vanished
completely, and mystery shrouded the lov lover,
er, lover, the lady and the buggy. Again wo
hear of him in a small town on Long Is Island—for
land—for Island—for tho hero oi the Long island
newspaper is unquestionably the same who
i* the terror of the Sullivan County hi.s hi.s-bands
bands hi.s-bands and fathers. Ho spen t a few weeks
in this village, and paid assidioue atteutiou
to seve-aTyoung raanied ”women. With -
one o 1 those he eventually disappeared,
â– aking with him, of course, the inevitable
buggy. Pursuit was again useless, and
again a wronged husband and a deluded
livery stable--keeper wero compelled to
beai their wooa without the solace of ven vengeance.
geance. vengeance. Other victims were soon to ba
.added to. tLclLt. Only n few Weeks had
rlap.-ed when thu in i â– faligable eloper re returned
turned returned ua«lcr cover of night, and, putting'
another fair one into another buggy,
drovoawey into the unknown. Thus four
women and four buggies have been stolen
by this insatiable young man, and there
is no reason to suppose that ho has yvt
reached the limit of his larcenous desires.
It is easy to understand that a man may
be led by uncontrolled passion to entry of?
another man's wife ; but wh?-t can possibly
be this ootnpt eheasive lover’s purpose in
carrying off four separate women.—to my
nothing of tho tour buggies 1 What doss
be do with his female privo* during the
intervals when he is ei*»-gcd in making
fresh raids ? Obviotvry it would be itn itngafo
gafo itngafo to leave four je* ,ous WOtnea together
unless they arey^ Ure ly handcuffed ; and

equally aotnoequally would create suspicion
where h» to »A new horses and second secondhand
hand secondhand bugg ;a to jus stables weekly through throughout
out throughout thc*C^ r * probably deposits the
! woin/ in solitary confinement, iu secluded
| c«/*> the horses and buggies in.
I Baote country towtr«. In dme, hoWevsr,
no will had himself ia dithcultme. No
man can feloniously ftccumnfnte wives,
Corses aud buggies «vithout limit. Born*
day tho vengeance )f tha combined livory livory-8-able
8-able livory-8-able 1 papers and the consolidated husbands
who fthall liavo « ended together to redress
thei wronge, will smita him, and thera
W'U oncemuvt be peace and safety for the
husbands and horses of Sullivan aud Kiugs
Counties. •

Tiir Provision Tkaihc to Antioh*.—
The ,'o’lowir" ' worn the Observer :
“ Native provisions are coming in great
“ plenty to market, and in a weak or two
“ speculators wifi be casting for a on:k#t,
“ to ship sweet Dealers here,
who have been p- of native provisions to Antigua, should
take note of i " 18 * look for other mar markets
kets markets tyr the*' vaatures, as further shipment*
to AvilyA m f lf e ndin loss and disappoint-

' i tr' * / ' -V
k2££^ a “^ , “* *.«
feu yt, M* <* »«>»« -u*aw w«ir^; 8 )uat: % *»£'-* m. is. Si
14.8, * ' in .ivour of ihe PresiJ* ut iy ofj £s2



BARBADOS
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY,
ESTABLISHED ia 1840.
Incorporated by Special Act, 1815.
CHIEF OFFICE,
11 If)II STREET, BRIDGETOWN,
15 A It B A DOS.
Actuary, Aj.ex. S. Bvrxett.
Secretary, Henry Crtjmfton.
ffllllS SJCIETY, which confines I
i its business exclusively to as- ;
nui the IA c' i persons resident
k I
in the V/cst Indies, presents advant- ]
tages fuc!i as no other Assurance i
Company labouring in the same field
can offer. Its scale of premiums, al although
though although considerably lower than
that of any other company ha? never !
theleas been found quite adequate
to provide for the iisle of life in tile
the West Indies, and sufficient to j
create large surpluses, out of which j
lieversionary Bonuses, averaging j
per cent, per annum upon the j
amount assured, have been ciistribu- I
te i among the members of the bode j
ty- • i
Its career curing a period of 3
years, has clearly demonstrated the
tact that the fives of persons residing
in this part of the world, are* when
carefully selected, almost as valua valuable
ble valuable as those inhabiting Great Bri
tain, and that they do not demand j
such excessive premiums as have
been charged by every other Com Company.
pany. Company.
The following abridged Table
shews tho Premiums required to
assure 100 Dollars for the whole
term upon a single Iffo w ithin this
agency
'! ‘ f
Age Quarterly Half Yearly Yearly
Premium a ! Premiums Premium
_ i ■*—
cents ' cents £ casts
15 c 63 1 2:1 2 37
£0 0 70 1 6 2 64
2o 0 <0 1 30 2 bo
30 0 83 1 64 ! 3 10
35 0 93 | 1 82 | 3 53
4u * 1 05 ! 2 05 3 98
45 i 1 19 2 33 4 53
60 I 1 41) i 2 92 5 67
do ! 1 73 3 41 6 62
30 | 2 07 4 06 i 7 89
—i i i i ii a~r ■ ii i iii i i ■mi ,r-mt <».n tat m%»
Assurances of every description
upon single lives are granted by the
Society for any sum from SIOO to
SIOOOO.
’ remiumß ate received quarterly,
half-yearly, or yearly, at the option
of the Assured. v * «
Sssurers wishing discontinue
the payment of theirTb*niiums may
either dispose of their purges t 0 the
Society upon equitable or
obtain a Free Policy ior a reused j
amount. X,M
Loans are granted to members onA
security of their Policies.
All Claims occuringby Death are
promptly met within three months
after satisfactory proof of such deith
has been received by the Society.
Strict Investigations into the posi
tion of the Society are made quinqu j
cimially, and the Surplus then exsist:
ing is allotted to the members. The |
next investigation and division of j
Profits will take place at 31st De December
cember December 1875.
she Society lias Agencies in nearly
all of theßritish West India Islands
Prospectuses, Forms of proposals
and information regarding the Socie Society,
ty, Society, may be obtained from the
Agent \
Medical Adviser for Dominca,
HonTAe John Imrat, M. \
WILLIAM stedman,^
Agent for Domty^
Notice.
rnHE UNDERSIGNED !i<*e>y
r | cautions all persons agai»stS' v ;
iogcredit to his wife " A**w® 1
otherwise " Petit, as U wiUi.otb.

THE DOMINICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1873

I retponsible for any debt or debts
• contracted by her from and after
this, she having quitted bis house
and protection.
WILLIAM TOM,.
Roseau 18th Dec. 1872.
Estates so r Sa 1 e
In Grenada.
ABUNDANCE ESTATE,
, Containing 60G Acres, of which
J 300 Acres are planted in Canos.
! DO UGA LDSTON ETATE,
l Containing 1,0«)0 Acres. of which 100
I Awes are planted in Cocoa, and 80
Acres in Canes,
Offers in respect of these Pro Properties
perties Properties to be addressed to
EDWARD ORGIAS, Esq, St. George'»
PHILIPPE DAIGNAM.
firoDKrla. Nov. 26, 1572.-1 mo. *
CAimoN:
STEEDMaN'S soothing powder
lor Children cutting their teeth
Purchasers are requested to
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
of this Medicine, and to observe, in
every case that the words
‘■‘JOHN STBEDMAN, CHEMIST,
Wat Worth, surrey,
are engraved on the Government
Stamp affixed to each packet, with without
out without which none are genuine. Sold
by all Chemists and Druggists in
the West Indies, in Packets.
January 1 1872.--52 in.
'I he Mood! The Blood!
The Blood!!!
~c L aFk E’S
2?ivs222> ©S<|XM>
FOR CLEANSING aud CLEARING the BLOOD
frji: LI. IMPURITIES, whether anting from
yoush;u iudiacredon or any other c»u»e, cannot be too
highly recuiataeuded. It
Cures Old Sores
Cures Ulcerated Sores in
the Neck
Cures Ulceiated Sore Legs
Cures Rlac kbeads, or Pimples
on the Face
Cures Scurvy Sores
Cures Cancerous Ulcers
Cures Blood and Skin Di Diseases
seases Diseases
Cures Glandular Swellings
Clears the Blood from all Im Impure
pure Impure Matter, from whatev whatever
er whatever Cause arising.
Aa this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warran
ed froo from mercury—which ait pills and most
medicines sold for the above diseases contain—tha
Proprietor solicits sufferers to givo it a trial to test â– 

ite value.
Thousands of Testimonials
from all parts.
Sold in Bottles 2/3 each, and in Cases, containing
6 Bottles, 11/ each, suflicient to effect a pennar.eu.
cure in long standing cases, by all Chemists and Pa
*«ijt Medicine Vendors; or sent any address on
•£, receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by
CLAHKE, C hemist, High Street,
LINCOLN.
Wholesale Agents.—
SONS, LONDON, AND
All the V pLESALE flo usEs.
PILLS is
! charges fiom the Urinary\° cure . a
! sex, acquired or constitute” 8 ’ 01^ cr
! and Pains in the Back. SoTtV.
4s. fid. each, by all Chemists aif! " oXeß >
Medicine Vendors; or sent to any
for CO stamps by the Maker, F, J. Cla^ 8
Consulting Chemist, High Street, Lincoh.
Wholesale Agents, Barclay & Sons,
London, and aJlthe Wholesale Houses.
Job Printing!
JOB Printing, in the most appro approved
ved approved Styles, is executed
PROPER L t Y and EX PEJDITIOVSL Y
In the Dominican Office
I “ A r ices so exceedingly low
j S sf oajSffliß 2 >sa ’ J ‘ s 7 '
, vZkly print'd tt rcr'ett-

Better Late tha:i Keren
” SPXEttOID' r ATLAST. fl
TUST received and now opening at the real Cheap Estabttim
** went the following Goods for the X'mas Season,
LI AG'a 1
Ladies' , Girls, and Childrens' fully Trimmed and Un trimmed ifjf
of the latest Fashionable styles and shapes , viz. —
Lila, —Daisy,—Cynthia,— Ida, —New Dully Varden,
Khiuehnd,- Duoho Valen tin,— Cavalier, —Joan of Arc,
Waverly,—and Neapolitan,
Ladies’ Bonnets, Silk Jackets. Bridal Wreath^
Bishop’s LawD, Nainsook Muslin, jS
Bobbin, — B-usseil Not,
Cotton Cambric, Scotch < nnabric «,*
White BnlliuUte I White Brocade,
Napkins, { b. H. Towels,
Farcy Diaper, I Huckaback, #
Toilet Covets, j Table Cloths,
P UQ GARB ES-IN FAN T* LA YET TPi
Imife Des ludes Imit6 Madraaa
Leal Mail rasa Ventapollani . i - s -
Bandanas, Corahs, JU
B I u e Coat in g Se r g e,
Black Lasting, Frencn Merino,
Scotch Fancies, Fancy Tweeds,
Drk. Saxony Flannel Senlet Saxony Flannel,
Priuted do do., Flannel Shirts,
Mens’ Yv. C. Pants, Ditto. Vesta, Merino Vests,
II os i e r y, f
Women i' Bro. Balbriggan Hose—D. E. Silk.
G L O V E S,
. i gs
Mens’ White Berlin and Fancy Lislo Gloves,
Ladies Fancy J i«!e Gloves with stitched fancy wrists,
Habits Pearl P..tcnt Snk Gloves,
Ditto. Black “ “ ditto., &
Color’d French Kid “
Black Hubert, " “
VEL VE r KUGS, AX M I .\STER SLIP SB
IMeE H1 A L /â– 'â–  .1/ It It O1I)E It Y.
DOLLS i
-..ankecn, China, Crying and moving Mouth and Eyes,
PER F U M E R Y.
Pbssse and Lubtn’e Choics Perfumes assorted * |
Spitit of Love,--Assorted Essence?, —Honey Comb Pomade,
Crystal Cream of Uoney * m
Lime Juice and G l yc e t i n e,- M arrow Rose
Maccassar Oil, I Yitdct Powder,—Powder Puffs,
Brown Windsor, | Scented Oval Soaps,
PER (JUSSI O N GUNS 1
A1 s o
F R A N C 1 P A N N I FRUITS
t>: go, iupicca,—Oatmeal, -Pearl Bar’ey—Crushed 4c Muscovado Sugar
> I euavy Pepper,—l loves— Pimento, — Tallow, —Beach’e Soap,
Japan Hacking,—Madras* Indigo.
Ac. Ac, Ac. I
„ JOHN BF.LLOT,
Old Street Roseau, 18th December 1872
-

The Standard Life As-
Aasutance Company.
ESTABLISHED 1>25.
REPORT
ÃœBMITTED TO THE FORTY SIXTH
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF
THE COMPANY,
hem> 30th aphil 1872.
RESULTS OF THE YEAR 1872.
Amount proposed
for Assurance
during the Year
1871 (2190 Pro
posals) ..£1,289,727 0 Q
Amount ot AssuT ~~
J ranees Accepted
, during the Year
'1 71 (IS7I Po-
AnnmJ.' 5 0
ou
during t\r^ lclest
1571... _ear
Claims by tw:^ G ’ 3GB *5 6»
' duringthe Year
1871 exclusive
of Bonus Addi Additions
tions Additions ~.£35 4,5 V
' 4 "j^untof Assn Assn'v-":fepted
'v-":fepted Assn'v-":fepted \
x -*—. X

, | Five Years ....£5 504,629 1 iff
j Subsisting W
ranees at 15th fi
Novr., 1871...£16.912,290 7 3 «
(Os which £237, lie, is Ke Ke-11*
11* Ke-11*
assured with other Offices),
11EVENUE, £726,968 19 10 f
A55ET5,......£4, 266,075 4 7 J
A Full Report ot the Proceed* p
ings at ths Meeting, and all further g|
information can be obtained by
plication to the Agents of the Coni'*||
panv at borne or abroad.
W. T. THOMSON,
Manager, m
p. C. GREGOR,
Secretary, |||
DOMINICA.
Board of Directors.
Wi'iiam Lynch Esq. I Wijliam H. Shew E*q..
J. a. G»rrav*v Esq.,) Theodorn F. Lockb»rt E*
I Police Magiatr.t.. 3|
Medical Officer. Agent.
Dr. Joiin imr.y* J. Garraw.y. 'J
Edinburgh 3h 5. Geobob Street, (Head Office! £
JB2 Kino William Street. E C, and /I
London f 8 Pall Mall, E. C. W. (W. E. Offlfj 1
g iii— mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm* j
PRINTEDand Published by I
Jos. Blondel, at the Office in j
Hanover ajp-d Cork Streets, Ho- jj
v ,soau, Wednesday, Jany. 1, 18T3* p