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British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1832, London, Middlesex 7 No 3421 SALES BY near ARRANGEMENT OF THE MR. GEORGE ROBINS begs most fully to announce to the and the that the above Sale wiU V First July 9, 1832. The Furniture of bed three belt bed and the Second The splendid state bed and sitting patent squaw pianoforte by Broad elegant &c. Third 11. The service of silver and plated foreign and stores of various Fourth July 12. The Furniture of three bed the small grand slate bed and the dining Fifth July 13. The Furniture of three best chambers and the superb splendid and Sevre and oriental porcelain and rich India silk Sixth July 14. Very fine oriental splendidly mounted in Seventh 16V The elegant and rich cut splendid services of and The select ' Ninth July The library Tenth July 19. The library Eleventh 20...... The Furniture of three best chambers ' and the buhl and mosaic patent grand horizontal pianoforte by noble the elegant range of mahogany &c. Twelfth 21. The Furniture of chambers dressing the splendid furniture of the grand south cabinets splendid magnificent chimney ormolu and articles of taste and Thirteenth July 23,. The Furniture of bed and the superb furniture of. the and mosaic tables noble ormolu a and chimney the - splendid mahogany carved fittings for a Fourteenth July 24. The 25. The collection of noble marble &c. j Sixteenth July 26.: The cellar of choice pine Seventeenth July 2?.. The wardrobe of very beautiful table and bed Eighteenth July 28. The Furniture bed the elegant or the audit and two domestic Nineteenth 80..-. Four servant's bed lbs steward's various domestic the an elegant carriage harness for four a 31.v J and the copper and August L The exotic and greenhouse tte erection of and grape and whole is View the Bale by very descriptive at without Which improper no one can be which be had at York the White the Bear and the the Cheltenham of Hodding and and at Mr. George Offices in CoVent ' ' t Price 7d SATURDAY July 7, 1832. SALES BY The splendid Diamonds and Articles of and Taste of a Noble Duke and GEORGE ROBINS has been honoured by the instructions of. A NOBLE DUKE AND HIS DUCHESS To by at his in on August 7, and following at a MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION very considerable including A MAGNIFICENT ASSEMBLAGE OF RARE AND Although it comprehends only a small portion of Casket whence the including several I BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND matchless size and Brilliant set J Tiaras and of most elegant of of ' arid large almost every description of of the most elegant and valuable will be found in this splendid display of Likewise SERVICE OF MASSIVE comprised in. several including articles of noble and dishes with ragout and comer ice liquor and cruet tea and pattern and decanter several splendid and every requisite the some Plated Articles of a superior including an wine soup with vegetable Also a splendid display of FRENCH AND ITEMS OF VALUE j including the most elegant and classical very Horses of of Tragedy the of Henry and Louis Ormolu surmounted by chased figures representing also m alabaster cases f a Items This truly valuable assemblage of property may be spected and Monday preceding and Catalogues had at Mr. George SALES BT IN singularly delightful JUrine on the of famed River sight of Dartmouth and with Park and and at least Three Miles of Plantation on the Bank of MR. GEORGE ROBINS has great sure iii announcing to the Public in general he would especially direct his observations to EAST INDIAN for manifest to be that he has been favoured by the respected GREEN WAY MANSION - ' with the EXTENSIVE CONNECTED WITH foir PUBLIC at the on the 2d ' - This Freehold Marine and the beauties of WOODLAND ENTIRELY t. IT ' are the immediate the who has of some of To such he that no apology due fat this endeavour to extend the publicity and great of ' ' WAY FAMED ' nor will he be charged by those who partaken of this great treat with having too highly coloured the to follow to do it yet avoid charge of making the picture too is by no means an easy and conscious of the feeble hand that has to portray many of the ' i ' THIS it may in truth be lie Mansion in form is chaste and does not manifest Without all the On the Bank of in The delightful with Tourist as and property of Admiral MR. GEORGEI ROBINS has great announcing to but more especially who delight in scenery of THE PICTURESQUE RIVER that he has been directed by the proprietor of residence have claimed merely the but high panegyric of every Tourist who has - to offer with the DELIGHTFUL to unreserved at the AUCTION oh 2, at in one n An describe FAMED is difficult from the single that has been the good Robins to to offer for on the the renowned proper GREENWAY MANSION AND of he has given an although sot a very description It -is a coincidence ha may ' TWO FAVOURED PROPERTIES ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER DART should be consigned to his humble exertions at the precise same and having stated the ad tages connected with it might partake of the work of supererogation to of it be anything but an easy for every traveller has concurred in finding it difficult to state which hath the strongest claim to v PICTURESQUE Mr. Robins in inclined to hope a short analysis will be deemed alluding to peculiar qualities which especially belong to the one under It be observe THE Duke the spot fpr ever the to this that however splendid varied throughout the bank of even more diversified any of its including the moat cultivated and certainly the most land -in the THE QUIET OF DITCHAM IS It would be the province of Miss and certainly of the individual who has to portray the beauties of this oo it moderate Indian valetudinarian find in this climate even more auxiliaries than in his accumulated only secondary to the power of this The neighbourhood is remarkable not less for its social qualities than the superiority of its neighbouring THE DUKE OF a little host of are within It remains to be observed that tbe is fully adequate to dispense a can in reason The grounds are ornamented stately and around 4hiS:SRat'i)f thousands of shrubs and American plants feathering to ground and to seeming tp defy or To those who delight in Torquay their wishes to their of is limited to 34 fishing and every sort Bta is within easy reach and nothing for the climate is that health and longevity may be accounted to this romantic and the * Rawing of the may then be had at the n snug Hotel on the bank of the the Libraries of the Watering before Baih New London of Devon Inn 5, Stone Offices C and at GeorSe THE IN GEORGE ROBINS has the - sure announcing PEREMPTORILY for SALE by at AUCTION od September at in Two or more as at of That distinguished FREEHOLD The THIRTEEN THOUSAND And the of and byi anything in: Including attempt Mr. he must draw of the to excuse it is that is perpetually 16at in wonder and has bestowed so many charms of a and of taste and art has sp true a poetic that while glance of the tourist repeals to the of the another forcibly reminds gardens of From the commands A WOODY WINDING the undulating of whose ascending shaggy sides are richly clothed with SILVERY and crowned by sheep towering far above The descent of the footpath is scene from the bridge one of picturesque and entangled the hard and white arc worn a of the hanging above arid droops its fringe over the rugged manship of while the foaming between its rough deepened dashing past lave worn the beholders of from whence the ancient Cambrian Bard addressed the invading in the language of the Ruin ruthless WOODS HANGING ON THE ALPINE MOUNTAIN ia long seem to have been planted by nature before all attested evidence of A continuation of this splendid scenery accompanies the traveller for many ' It is characteristic of that it does not unfold itself at first fresh present themselves at every and full may be employed in these and yet innumerable beauties unseen The rides and it is EXCEED in which will be found such a continuation of beautiful such fearful and unapproachable cataracts so loud and and mountains seemingly rival the clouds in their stupendous are only a few of the wonders of this fairy surely it may then be safely affirmed a scene mast be witnessed to .be at all is inadequate to do it for it beggars and if to contemplate Elysium be permitted to this then will the proud distinction belong to THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE forms 3 grand to this property the it has acquired seems to render a minute description of it really claims to be accounted pne of the wonders of the The commodious overlooks this fearful is full of accommodation and comfort It ir the great posting house from - to Acres of .to make it inde pendent of the Much more might be said in of believed enough urged to enlist the attention of monied world to an which has no parallel for its extent and beauty being from adverse - to abide the uncertain fate of the it will probably be sold to pay a larger interest than the and prospective advantages the march of shall have saluted the ear of the Welsh as to make certain a greatly increased It should be in that Colonel whose mighty genius and hand created this amid the was for many years MEMBER FOR THE It need hardly be remarked how influential the possession of will in the future representation of The Purchaser may take the well adapted Furniture at a as also the valuable Library of exceeding 9,000 celebrated PesarO Collection a Selection from Italy the and celebrated chimney piece from collection of very fine the Masters df the Old If the purchaser to be they will he sold with the tare China and &c &c upon the or in as may be i Very descriptive Particulars are with a Lithographic Drawing of the Mansioni at 2s. which may be had of Mr. Evan the Intelligent also the Devil's the Vue Cross Foxes Royal Welsh Pool Corn Office Arms Machynlleth the Inns at and Brecon Messrs. Edward and Charles 14, Southampton of Mr. Stone Lincoln's the Auction and at Mr. George protected of fearful height while the extends to woods and the apprehended there it to the as If reaches tVe proudly The healthy is pretty of health be and disposed find this abode a very yields not influential pows to the South of ' THE SCENERY within ind is of hill and aided distant and mountain where the verdure is conspicuous to that it will not fail 'the beholder of ' The BE SUTY of S while the flowing in pursues its circuitous in forms about this EARTHLY so perfect is the that it really puts on ' 'THE YACHT CLUB ' recreate amid this and file their aquatic for A REGATTA of most may added Urat for the winding the rocky appears not a little emulous to compete with ' It ' strongest 1 ' ' THK FISHING EXTENDS ABOUT TWO Boats and Boat Ledges connected with the ' ' AND LANDS FOR CULTURAL EXCEED ONE AND FIFTY ' Little has yet been offered in praise of the since custom forbids a lengthened it will suffice to say that a retiring Banker or will find within litis abode of comfort that the most fastidious can with commensurate within and - EXTENSIVE WALLED and FLOWER In it would be to severe task to find out a that is not conspicuous is salmon of 201b.' weight frequently caught on ' More will be printed and delivery 28 days antecedently to me when the Mansion and Park be on but to prevent improper and avoid the gratification of idle curiosity it cannot bessen without They the very snug and comfortable inn on the of the the and the New London Inny and York of the Auction and at Mr. where a plan and drawing of Greenway may be Mr. the will show the Estate to all those who are prepared with tickets to SALES BY In NORTH AUDLEY A Valuable held of the of Westminster for 38 and producing at a low a an Improved Rent By Mr. GEORGE At the AUCTION neat the Bank bf On at direction of the late X Very safe desirably situate most eligible part pf MARQUIS of it comprises a considerable Plot of the corner of NORTH AUDLEY and extending into Oxford where there is a commanding at present the property is thus occupied Somers the residence and capacious shop in. Oxford Mr. premises immediately and Mr. the the corner in North Audley The rent for the whole is J Mi5 A let to one responsible at above low rent s and be has years are fpr 3d years under the Marquis of at the original ground rent of only a The situation is unquestionably the best in London for any genteel Also AN IMPROVED RENT of a arising from a compact little No. 1, Lyon Maida held for 11 years of the GOVERNORS OF HARROW and demised to a tenant the at a profit rent of i The can be viewed by leave of the particulars had till the Sale of Mr. Bank the Auction and at Mr. George Three capital opposite The j value Is h By At the AUCTION near Bank of On 9} in Three SHOPS to situate in ' t of this AT bf 125;'and 125, all of them freehold arid irery substantial Well of domestic The which preponderates over of their The tenants hold for at a inconsiderable rental consequence ' of having paid j only s but the real cm will be 1 GUINEAS A celebrated Shop and Beer the leading of this respectable Particulars -are may be had 21 days prior tp the several and at the Mart George Covent Near to on the BANKS of the A Freehold comprising the Annard at together about 190 Acres of rich Arable and Meadow unrivalled for with Farm - Also the Corn Tithes extending over 1,500 Acres of cultivated principally occupied by the Duke of Beaufort and other influential By Mr. At the AUCTION near the Bank of On August 2, at in one A important FREEHOLD XX offering to the Capitalist an desirable and secure It LO AND TUMP FARMS of ABOUT 190 ACRES of of a most excellent description the present luxuriant crops immediately in the fertile vale of about a town bf fourteen from and A house is well situated on the and buildings ajl The land has ably cultivated by the present proprietor and his family for it not in the with by adjoining bounded one side hy the road the Old Passage to and on the other by a fine preserve whilst - HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT and BARNEVILLE the SEAT of GEORGE approximate on the Of the situation and tages Of this Estate it is impossible to speak too highly several delightful spots are presented for the erection of a the most enchanting and extensive views are commanded in every including the Wind Berkeley the the the surrounding Hills of of times and by means are attained without the necessity of also supplies of Connected with the Estate are CORN of rich cultivated including part of. thi Estate of the Duke bf and Very possesses a tract of the land in the from which an immense income is its contiguity to ' THE TOWN OF from whence it may almost he said to begin its render it at all times a valuable whilst the Toads to Monmouth and Gloucester passing through the lands afford every facility for collecting the The Estate may be viewed the Particulars may be had 28 days prior at the Chepstow King's Cheltenham York Bath Bristol at the Auction Mart and at Mr. George Covent GEORGE ROBINS the pleasure respectfully announce Lovers of tbe Fine those who objects of and indeed the he is by the Executors of j THE LADY ' | ind MISS td offer for unreserved so long hallowed on August 13,-and many succeeding the INTERESTING AND VALUABLE PROPERTY appertaining to the and which At and forms a most brilliant sad certainly unexampled in they have-been those highly talented the fair MISTRESSES of during a series of aided their and at considerable the j ELEGANT FURNITURE OF comprising a dining room suite in and tables; chairs of various yet in the dining room is very there are writing library chairs ' A RANGE OF BOOK AND MANY OBJECTS j ELABORATELY CARVED IN AUo a strong box and it was the property late ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF The furniture of the arid offices is of a excellent table and linen equipments of the garden are of a very superior a variety of curious flower A GREENHOUSE ornamented with and extensive collection of SERVICES OF 1 in very many complete A I many rare chased dishes and | tea and coffee liquor ana and a variety of useful articles for the sideboard and AND presenting many pleasing and valuable ornaments for the and most of them enclosing the hair of the particularly one of great possessing A Lock QUEEN OF INTERESTING AND j very fine beautifully autographs of numerous particularly a letter written the to Lady from during tiis presentation snuff many of and most with lines of of great and many of presen ted forming altogether a and remarkably fine A isr i richly most bronze and in Sevres elegant and other In flower a large A LIBRARY RARE AND VALUABLE of comprising many thousand volumes elegantly in and octavo and as the prescribed limits of an advertisement preclude the of an enumeration of the principal it must suffice to mention that those of the most esteemed ancient and modem authors will be found whilst a variety of interesting works in general use complete the A Series of and Progress of executed by THE PRINCESS and presented by her to THE PRINCESS AMELIA an Autograph Letter THE PRESENT KING OF FRANCE accompanying Memoirs du Due de and morocco a present from the King to Lady Butler and Miss with many other contributions and valuable presents from persons of the highest rank and literary to these highly gifted A few valuable DRAWINGS 6VPRINTS; in frames and choice the Portraits bf exalted Characters j and views of the Scenery a small bl RARE WINES and viz. Old Eau de la and other estimable The entire Sale view at the from the 4th to the 13th of The Catalogues will be ready three weeks prior to the and may be bad at 3s.eaob, at the the tbe the Great at the Waterloo the Hen and Birmingham the York Bath and at Mr. George i Covent SALE BY The and Valuable Library of many large paper finely illustrated and splendidly By GEORGE At the On toe 17th and Two following at THE Valuable LIBRARY of comprising UPWARDS of 4,000 many very large splendidly illustrated with coloured proof and in superb morocco and russia and which have been collected at an immense aided by the refined judgment of GEORGE WATSON and amongst the most distinguished may be enumerated the following scarce and valuable Works Botanical 16 large 4te. English 36 Baptista et 12 imperial Napoleon proofs Boy dell's 9 and Illustrations of large Hans Holbein's Portraits of the Persons of trie Court Henry VIII and colours Tour to the Vales of Neath and Taff in with 18 camep and 11 arid Italian Characters in British Ireland's Works complete Smith's Antiquities and Monuments of Westminster Tour through Sir - Description of of large proofs Bolton's fine original drawings on Theatrical Biography of the Principal Performers of the Theatres mounted on large splendidly the Patent of Drury Lane and Papers respecting Venice and Family de Book on Court and Blazoning of black 1496; Pyne's Royal Palaces Microcosm of Histories of the Universities of Oxford and Captain Cooke's Voyages 8 with Life Cook Suetonius editio Roma in Pinca 1470, enriched with 24 fine of the Roman and a scarce from the Library of the cipher Brayley's 18'dis.; of Salmon's Antiquities pf splendidly Illustrated with original coloured drawings and 12 mounted on large with numerous the Poems of the Duke of a splendid copy on vellum arid with the Royal Arms of James on the and History of St. large splendid proof Picard's 1st de' les Peuples du 11 beautiful Lambeth Palace Palais splendid large Museum large a grand collection of 98 Chinese representing and theatrical beautifully Memoirs of Lord mounted large splendidly Galerie de Skelton's Antiqua Flacci a superb copy of Magna in gold Collection of Neale's Antiquities of Westminster large proofs India paper Hoare's Ancient Antiquities of Dodwell's Views in Greece through the Antiquities of paper Memoirs ' of Cardinal large splendidly by George Watson three privately printed Latham's Synopsis Lord Arthur of Little Progresses and Processions of Queen Elizabeth and James I. a set of the Catalogues of the Royal Academy the Magazine complete from 1731 to 1830, 100 a collection of Modern by the most with many other literary productions of The whole of the property is now on public view by very descriptive at 10s. without which no one can be and which may be had at the York Bath the White the and the Messrs. B adding and and at Covent R. C. ALLEN the late the property of John Esq. has thff honour to announce that he has completed his and he trusts provisions contained in his Prospectus he such complete security to the that the his worthy of general j 8(|r< pledges himself to preserve in perfect of and deal npr to suffer the of any Sales take ip and so to the Business of the several as lo make the Horse the most advantageous well as the most market in kingdom to which both buyers and sellers can The Prospectus may be bad on application at the being necessary to make some Improvements and Decorations in the Mr. Allen has beet obliged to clone this department for a few will be THE NEW GERMAN POLISH is to any thins known for and preserving It saves thv time and labour; os in the it amalgamates wilt the and becomes one solid spreading itself per smooth on the and producing tilling up the grain the most close brilliant pos leaving no mark or appearance of if properly Prepared Retail by G. Where SUPERIOR FRENCH as STRONG POLISH fer to be ' i To behad as SUPERIOR and the ORIGINAL SODA Medicine Chests of all prices completely fitted for any other Preparations advertised as Soda and under the above are N.B. The original and or for to a Instantaneous continues to be made and Hold as MEETINGS OF CREDITORS ON A. A. Ormond 1 D. Newgate si S. Carmarthen builder J. Collins and Cu. Goswell hoise dealers U L. Great Newport Long boot U J. Lloyd's Coffee underwriter 12 M. Red Cross Upper Thames coal merchant 11 W. Eyre street 1 The Nuremberg Correspondent of the 29th ult. has the We learn frem that the return of the cholera to that capital longer be Every day 15 or 20 persons fall victims to it. The attacks are quite as violent as at its first Great preparations have been making at for the reception of the Emperor and Empress of who were expected there on ihe 26th. Prince Charles of Bavaria arrived there on the 24tb, to Remarkable are informed that at near there is n pear tree tbat had not borne nor even a during the last sixty but in the present season a new branch has shot out of the old presenting the most healthy It blossomed very and has now fine promising fruit upon
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