Courier (Newspaper) - July 8, 1822, London, Middlesex MONDAY Price R and are most respectfully that the various amusements which complete will be repeated THIS with the Wonder of the Junior the Tight Rope with ascent the Extraordinary by the celebrated Chevalier &c. Ac. when Mrs. Bland is expected to resume her vocal Doors to be opened at Concert begins at 3s. 6d.-Supper Boxes be en gaged MISS TAYLOR'S THEA the Patronage of the Dowager Lady Miss Tajlor most respectfully announces tra her and the Public that her Benefit will take place TO-MORROW when will be presented an entirely New interesting in three Founded on the adventurous exploits of the part of Jessy by Miss In the coure of the evening a Comic Song by Mr. in front of the Glass To conclude with the Pantomime called HARLEQUIN and THE THREE In which will perform the part of and sing his much-admired Comic Song called and places for the Boxes to be had of 83,'Great MORNING BALL at the Patronage of Young Ladies of high Thursday there will be a Morning Matinee in these for the Benefit of the interesting little orphan of To begin at three o'clock Between the which will be under the direction of Mr. Mademoiselles Nadeje et Louisa will execute a Pas the Pas du and Other D ances of and the by desire of many will recite some at 10?. 6d. for grown and 7s. for may be had at INDIA SHAWLS and 60, beg to they are giving extraordinary Prices for every de of INDIA IVORY BIRDS of and where an extensive assortment is constantly on Ladies desirous of exchanging thair India Shawls will obtain the most liberal for the CURE of SCROFULA and by means of Hie BOTANICAL REMEDIES introduced from America by Mr. Charles A second Public for Establishing an Asylum for the Cure of Scrofulous and Cancerous under the of Mr. will be held at the City of London on the 11th of at 12 Sir CLAUDIUS STEPHEN in the A Report of on the numerous Cases which have come under their both before and since the last Public Meeting on the 38th of will be and will be found to be of the most satisfactory J AS. 97, Great 5th 1822. AMERICAN OHIO each Share consisting of Eleven to Twelve Hundred not to be title taxes regularly paid are sent for SALE to Mr. P. of on the HURCH be with a prospect of early a desirable UNDER VALUE within 60.miles'of of a good Parsonage House and an allotment of Land in lieu of particulars apply B. T O been years in Practice in a situation in the country a local change ot the Business is desirous of treating for a PARTNERSHIP a Solicitor in good in or m any of the neighbouring or With one desirous of but the profits in either case must be equal to 500J. ner annum with prospects of a further References of the highest be given and A. by post 3.7, J r rpO in a Grammar a Person of to teach and the Lower Latin and and the Use of the stipend 13 liberal none need apply except good Mathematicians who can produce satisfactory testimonials of by post to Y. Post of CLASSICAL for the Reading during Vacations from or for Holy of long experience in Classical and Mathematical College moving in circles of Society in the vicinity of wishes to RECEIVE into his House sea and to devote a part of his time to read jor TWO YOUNG whose Education may have and to whom the accommodations usually found in places of general private or where younger Pupils are might be The terms are 200 guineas per and farther particulars may be known by letter addressed to A. B. at Mrs. 11, near in YOUNG GENTLEMEN are furnished witli and Educated either for the Professions or by the Rev. JOHN Beneficed Clergyman of at 22 guineas a and Parlour Boarders at 40. There are ho Midsummer Christmas Learning and Religion go hand in and this Seminary has been upon the same by Dr. A. and his for more than twenty Cards of particulars may be either at Mr. 56, St. or of Dr. A. any morning before twelve at the Chapter ami be a Term of m Twenty-one the new IMPERIAL HOTEL and This superb edifice being now the Proprietor ready to treat with any parties desirous of taking the The is the most desirable in all being by the side of the promenades and walks to all the commanding hot a walk from tHe and all the places of public The There are also several other for and excellent airy for thirty best excellent vaulted every other convenience such a For all H. will be duly ' IF the Children or Grand Children of the late Mr. STEPHEN of in and for several kept a School at in this where he is supposed to have died some years will apply to Mr. of they will of something to their BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS THE SUBSTANCE of the SPEECH of the Right Honourable CHARLES delivered in the House of the 22d of 1892, on Sir John Newport's Motion on the S ate of ' J. Hatchard and and R. 2s. HE CAUSE of the IRISH PLEADED -T in a SERMON preached at 1822. By Hw A.M. and Curate Published at the request of the Co Is. 6d. The Profits to be given to the Committee for relieving the Distressed Printed for Hatchard and St. and and IN the Matter of MARY a be LET on with immediate capital STABLING for NINE double three Dwelling and numerous convenient all in good about two Acres of excellent Garden Ground and 135 Acres of rich Meadow and Pasture in several at near for taking the whole or any part of the on will be received by Messrs. Winter and No. 16, to a Decree of the High Court of jL in a Buller v. The Creditors and Legatees of ABEL formerly of the City of but of Cooper's died on or about the 5th day of 1S2I,) are on or before the Ht day of 1832, fo come in and prove their and claim their before one of the Masters of the suid at his in in default they will be peremptorily excluded benefit of the Said PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of made in a Wray v. the Creditors of WILLIAM W late of in the County of Esq. died in or about the month of 1818), by their to come in before William one of the Masters of the said at his in and prove their or in default thereof they will be excluded the benefit of the said WESTMINSTER established 1717.-The Public are informed that the above Office grants Policies for Insuring other Household Stock in all other from loss or damage by either septennially or Persons Insuring for seven years at one payment are allowed one year fop such advance at the end of the seven are also allowed a which at is upwards of St per viz. 4s. oh 12s. Premium paid by the No charge is made for Policies when the Premium amounts to and This Office has always paid for damage by fire from given daily from nine until four on which day the Office closes at three H. 6th 1822. THE Commissioners for Victualling his Majesty's Navy do hereby give that on the 23d they ready to receive Tenders in writing and treat with such persons as will undertake for twelvemonths certain from the 1st of September and further until three months to perform aU the PAVING necessary to be done for the repair of the Pavement in the Victualling Premises at for the same period to perforin such CARTAGE WORK as may be required for the service and for period to takeaway all the small coal that shall be made in the bakehouses at that The Conditions of the Contracts may be seen at this No regard will be had to any which the Price shall not be inserted in words at or that shall not be delivered to the Board before One o'Clock on the the 23d inst. nor unless the person who makes the person on his attends to answer when called Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter signed by two responsible persons engaging to become with the party in the penal sum of for the due performance of the Paving and of each of the other M. WALLER ARMY Commissariat Treasury June 26. NOTICE is hereby given to all Persons desirous of contracting to supply the following Articles for the use of the Majesty's Cavalry in Cantonments and In the undermentioned V and to his Majesty's Cavalry in and Oats in Cantonments and in the i And and to his Majesty's Cavalry and Artillery Morses in Barracks and in Cantonments and Quarters in the un- | viz. That the deliveries are to commence en and for the 25th day of August that Proposals in sealed up and for Army will be received at this Office on or before Tuesday the Ssd day of but none will be received after twelve o'clock on that * Proposals must be made separately from each and each proposal must have the letter which is annexed to the tender properly filled by two persons of known engaging to become Bound with the party tendering to the amount stated in the printed the due performance of the and no proposal will be noticed unless made on a printed and the prices expressed in words at and should it so happen that during the continuance of the contract no troops should be supplied by virtue of the the amount of the Stamps on the Contract and paid in the first instance by the shall be refunded to Particulars of the Contract may be had upon application at these between the hours of Ten and middle-aged who has been many years engaged in the Tuition of Ch in Families of the first is wishful of a Situation as GOVERNESS in a private She undertakes to teach English and every other branch of Female except to N.B. A reference will be given to a most respectable in which the Advertiser has resided upwards of two INTENDED NEW person desirous of offering a Tender for the whole of the WORKS required in the erection of the above intended NEW may see the Plans and Specification at the office of Messrs. Fowler and Further particulars may be obtained on application by to Francis Esq. Tenders to be on or before the 22d of July to be directed to Messrs. Fowler and and inscribed Tender for Burton New lowest tender will not be accepted unless the person tendering is considered perfectly and can give satisfactory security for the performance of the 28t.h 1823. ANEW WEEKLY published every Wednesday price 7d-THE NAUTICAL No. 2, was published on in addition to the varieties of a general Nautical &c. the following original to the of Voyage of Parliamentary and Commercial Published by J. 19, and may be had of all the sum of 50,000/., in sums riot lets than 10001., upon security of Tolls of the Navigations of the Rivers Ai in the West Riding of the County of to the Canal and other Works authorised by the last Act of The interest will be Four per per and tually every half to M. or to Mr. Navigation FREEZING and and 60, to that they have now an assortment of their improved WINE to hold from two to six which are applicable to other a WATER COOLER for water instantaneously and keeping it which will be found a valuable appendage to the and FREEZING PAILS which will Ice Cream quickly without turning or any trouble Baths of bright metal not liable to and Boilers to heat Baths without although placed at any OFFICE OF May 6, 1822. THE Public are hereby that Thirty-seven Plates of the ORDNANCE of GREAT carried on under the superintendence of the late Major-General WILLIAM LL.D. aud are now and that Impressions from them are on Sale at the Ordnance Map in the Tower of and at Mr. Agent to the at These Plates contain the Counties of and and the greater parts of and besides portions of other adjoining Plate containing the remaining parts of and and the Country for about thirty-two miles and eighteen miles North of will be published in the beginning of the adjoining Plates already will form a complete Hap of the Environs of the consisting of eight containing the Counties of will be published next and the still in according to the original of giving a Map of Great on a scale of one inch to a the future Parts will as fast as the nature of such a without increasing its annual Gentlemen wishing to procure a Map of the Country surrounding their own by application to Mr. at the Ordnance Map at the where an Index Map will be select any Sheets they please for that All letters on this addressed to Mr. under a coyer to tee Secretary of the Board of will be immediately attended Order of the R. Secretary and feur following days Mr. TAYLOR will SELL at the Auction opposite the an extensive and well-selected consisting of the most popular and esteemed Works of Lord Robert &c. &c. This Notice of Sale will be found peculiarly worthy the attention of Gentlemen increasing their Captains of &c. as the Books are all in most chiefly in elegant and the whole are warranted Canal the a from Auction be SOLD by by Mr. LUCAS Direction of the at his on Thursday the nth at 12 subject to Conditions then to be THE Beneficial and Valuable CANAL - without Whole and Sixteen Half Shares in the Warwick and Birmingham Canal Ten Shares in the Warwick and ditto One Share in the ditto One Share in the For further apply to Mr. J. Wi and Birmingham Mr. W. and or the - RAMSGATE and BROADSTAIRS STEAM R. starts from the every Monday and Thursday at Eight and returns from Ramsgate every Wednesday and Saturday at Seven precisely. The ROYAL K. B. starts from London on Wednesdays and and from Mondays and at the time Cabin 12s-Fore Cabin 10s.-Children under 12 Years The Proprietors will not be accountable for unless delivered into the care of the nor to the amount of more than 5(. except entered and paid for such nor for Sea Risk or Navigation of any kind Passengers may be taken on board off Broadstairs and or lauded at either free of. A Female to attend the &c. on further particulars and for Tickets for the apply at No. 09, Lower Loudon or at the N.B. Coaches are in readiness for to &c. TO Visitors of the and having Commissions to purchase SPRING and SUMMER composed of fashionable and novel Gros de Poplin and Muslin likewise Spencers and with for either the the or Evening Full may save themselves much and trouble by applying at and owing to the Stock prepared for selection being equal in extent to any other in London they natter themselves entitled to a Collection is perfectly a pleasing intermixture of the last London and latest Parisian and the charge on THOMAS and Co. having resolved to retire from who particularly request of Purchasers order that the advantage of dealing with them at the present moment might be satisfactorily to call at other Fashionable Houses before they honour them with a most extensive collection of Leghorn aud Straw N.B. The Full Dress also the Dinner are particularly wanted in the Dress West Corner of near Elegant China and Second Part of Messrs. Hillcock and Walton's who are retiring from Mr. on the No. 57, on the and two following at AN Elegant ASSORTMENT of FOREIGN arid ENGLISH in and tea equipages best manufacture and most expensive and modern ornamental flower trad scent suitable for landing drawing &c. Cut in water wine finger India card &c. To be viewed on Monday aud Tuesday previous to the and Catalogues had on the at 6d. be returned to of Mr. 58, Freehold with Five Acres of be Messrs. and at on the 10th at unless an acceptable offer in the made by Private A VALUABLE FREEHOLD with large pleasure rich in the occupation of Thomas Esq. eligibly few hundred of The premises have an extensive frontage to the are a brick wall and iron atthe back the and is admirably situated for sml offers a valuable importunity for let on au old dated 92d 1171, of which there nine years a half at Michaelmas Parent of 16:.'per t viewed by leave of the atthe at aid of Messrs. Warners and Stock 2, and his to that this Lottery the chance of gaining great Capitals at the most trifling for the after taking the Chance of the First will be allowed to return their or whether they be drawn small or and may nearly the Money thoy as under t- 18 0 may receive back 0 0 17 0 1 0 5 19 o 6 6 o 3 0 6 SIS 0 1 10 6 6 6 AU who wish to avail themselves of this must bring in their Tickets or Shares on or before the 26th of as none will be taken back after that day and each adventurer only 38s. for a and is. for a of 1000/., &c. are sure to be Drawn on the First Two of Two of 20,000/., Consols Not Two Blanks to a Begins SWIFT and CO. Sold in Shares the last Prize of 20,000/. and the last Prize of ever Lottery begins Drawing of this and contains two prizes two of 2O.00OZ., many other the usual proportion of small prizes and and not two blanks to a Purchasers may have the of the Ten Capitals which must be drawn the first at a very small as they are at liberty to Return their Tickets or on or before the SSth of the present month on the following Ticket costs 18 0-may receive back 0 0 Half costs 11 17' 0-may receive back 10 19 0 Quarter costs 5 19 receive back 6 6 0 Eighth costs 3 0 receive back 2 13 Sixteenth costs 1 10* 6-niay 1 6 6 In the small Lottery drawn on the 4th of the last No. 3j00t, of a 1^000/., were both Sold in by Swift and Co. at their old 11, Poultry 12, and 31, Aldgate NEXT month and J. SIVEWRIGHT have great pleasure in offering to their Friends and the Public an opportunity of gaining Ten Capital sure be drawn the First Day at the following trifling A Whole Ticket only 18s. Half - - 5s. Eight - 6d. Quarter - - 13s. | Sixteenth - 4s. AU Purchasers at J. and J. after taking the Chance of the First will be allowed to return their Tickets or any time on or before 26tb whether drawn or the above very trifling reduction from the price they which is aU they and they may gain the Ten Capitals that are sure to be and any of the Floating Prizes that may happen up the First July 16.' The contains Two of besides other Capitals of 2,0001., 1,000/., &c. Consols and not Two Blanks to a and Shares are selling at J. J. 37, 11, 38, corner ef where they the 90,0002. Prizes in a recent and in their kit a Prise of PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of a Cause of Luxmoore against the Creditors of of in the City of Coal are forthwith to come in and prove their Debts before Springett Esq. one of the Masters of the said at his Chambers in or in default they will be excluded the benefit of the said 3-t, ANT to a Decree of the High Court of bearing the 15th day of 1S22, made in a against the Creditors of DAVID late of of died in or about the month of 1816,) are by or their forthwith to in and prove their before Samuel Compton oi e of the Masters of at his in or in default they will be excluded the said and 1" to a Decree of the High Court of made in a against the Creditors of JOHN late of in the County of died on or about the 18th day of 1319,) are on or before the 16th day of 1892, to come in and prove their debts before Francis Esq. one of the Masters of the said at his in or in they will be peremptorily excluded the the said 25, Plaintiff's PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of made in a Cause Attorney-General next of Kin of late of in City of who were living at his happened on or about the 29th of 18IS), and are aud the personal Representatives of such of them as are since are hereby required to come in by their and make out their Claims as next of and Representatives of such next of before Francis one of the Masters of the said at his in or in default thereof they will be excluded the benefit of Uie said a Decree of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer at made in a Cooke and of SARAH late of in the died in or about the month of 1809^) ut before the sixth day of November to come in and prove their before Jefferies Esq. oue of the Masters of the said at his 17, Inner or in default they will be peremptorily benefit of the said and - to a. Decree of his Majesty s of at made iii a Bone v. and the Heir or Heirs at of SARAH in the of died on or about the month of 1809,) living at the time of her or if such Heir or Heirs is or are since or their real and personal Representative or as also the next of Kin of the said Sarah Goody time of her or Kin or any is or are since legal personal Representative or is or onor before the 6th day of to and prove their pedigree and before Jefferies Esq. one the Masters of at his No. 17, or in default thereof they peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said aud will be ALETTER to the Hon. JAMES JOHN Li the and speedily will be price Is. PRACTICAL HINTS for ACQUIRING THOROUGH F. J. This Work is particularly addressed to Musical desirous ot attaining a Practical Knowledge of divested of the Technical Intricacies which have hitherto impeded its It Will also be found and have been directed to the executive part of Musical but who may still wish to Teach the Art of Printed for C. and J. THE SOCIAL the 10th instant will be in 4to.'price 7s. 6d., No. 1, to be completed iu Twelve Monthly forming one handsome of HP HE SOCIAL consisting of a Series of JL Stories taken from the lips of the Members of the and accompanied by humorous Prints of engraved and coloured in imitation of the original made expressly for the Each number to contain at least three with three coloured Illustrations the Drawings by W. H. Esq. Published by S. and J. and may the Booksellers in Town and PROOFS of INSPIRATION or tin Distinction between the New Testament and th ie of the Apocryphal occasioned by the recent publication of the Apocryphal New By the Rev. THOMAS Vicar of Printed for F. C. and J. St. Paul's aud 6s. THE UNAMBITIOUS VIEWS of the CHURCH of a Sermon preached at the Anniversary Meeting of the Stewards of the Sons of the in the Cathedral Church of St. on May 17, 1SS1, by the Rev. THOMAS Vicar bf price 6d. Printed fur J. St. Paul's aud COUNTRY PARSON'S SECOND OFFERING to his MOTHER In Nine Pastoral Printed fjr J. sold by F. C. and J. Sr. Paul's and and Price Where may be had by the same price 3s. ia A Country Parson's First Offering to his Mother in Nine Pastoral THE DOCTRINE of the and the ORDER of its deducted from Scripture in Discourses on the Apostolical the Rev. J. G. Printed for F. C. J. St. Paul's and Price 6s. CURSORY SUGGESTIONS on JE NAVAL SUB- with the Outline of a Plan for Raising Seamen for his Majesty's Fleets in a future by Printed for the and sold By F. C. and J. St. anil Iu 8vo. In 12ino. price 7s. 6d. in THE BROAD STONE of Rules for the Gentlemen of Printed for F. C. and J. and St. N.B. A few Copies are printed on price 9s. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court ot made in a cause against the Creditors of CHARLES AUGUSTUS GODFREY late of New in the St. in the County of Esq. deceased died on or about the 6th day ol 1S81,) are forthwith to come in and prove their Debts before William Esq. one of Masters of the said at his Chambers or in will be excluded the benefit of the said 1842-Weston, and plaintiff's by a Decree of the High Court of made in a Cause against it was that the Master to whom the taid cause stands should inquire who were the Nephews aud Nieces of AUGUSTUS GODFREY late of New in the Parish of St. in the County Esq. died on or 6th day of 1SS1), living at the time of his and also who next of any of such Nephews and and next of Sin are since when they and who All persons claiming to be such Nephews and or next of Kin of the said Charles Godfrey or the Representatives of such of them as are are forthwith to come and make out and prove their kindred or before the said Master at his in or in default they will be excluded the benefit of the said 25th 1822.-Westou, and Plaintiff's by a Decree of the High Court of made iri a it was that William one of the Masters of the said should inquire what are by name the several Public of which the GODFREY late of New in the Parish of St. County of died on the 6th of 1821,) was a Member at the time of making his is dated the 28th day of 1S20,) and at the time of bis decease all the Public Charities of which the said Charles Augustus Godfrey was a the respective times are by their respective to come in and prove the before the said Master at his in or in default they will be excluded the benefit of the said and Sy mei Plaintiff's THE CHURCH OF a preached in the parish Church of in the County of upon May 8,1S22, at the Anniversary Meeting of the Usk District of tlie Society for Promoting Christian By the Rev. BARTON B. A. of Baliol at the Request of the Sold by J. and by Messrs. St. Paul's and price Is. The if of this publication will be applied to the benefits of the Handsomely in 1 vol. price 8s. AN ACCOUNT of a New PROCESS in I. containing Remarks on its general Correspondence with the Peculiarities of the Venetian Supplementary explanatory of the Process with Miscellaneous Observations on tlie of the Sixteenth Printed C. aud J. St. Paul's and It has failen to our lot since we commenced our to recommend to the attention of a great of what are Important but we are very far from to speak Without any work has been brought before our notice for many involving the possibility of more important results than is to be found in the small volume which now lies before Dep. 1821- price 2s. THE AGRICULTURAL comprising a complete System of Cottage intended to instruct tlie Poor of Great Britain in the best Arts of Cottage By WILLIAM Author of The &c. &c. by the same The or a Complete System of Cottage to instruct the industrious Poor of Great in tlie Art of Cottage Second 12mo. Is. 6d. Printed for F. C. aud J. St. Paul's be SOLD Pursuant to an Order of the High - Court of made in the Causes Clarke v. and Clarke v. Clarke with the approbation of Joseph one of the Masters of tlie said at the Public Sale on the 15th 1822, at two o'clock in the a WEEKLY PRIVILEGE of SENDING NOTES or TICKETS for ADMISSION of THREE PERSONS to of CO VENT GARDEN to he at the said Master's in of Mr. 7, Lincoln s and of Mr. St. the Heirs and Representatives of the deceased WILLIAM formerly of and afterwards residing a Process of Multiple Poinding and instance Sir William of Charten W. S. and John in Trustees and Executors of the said William against William and Robert procreated between tlie deceased Ann Jean daughter of the said William William of the City of her and and Campbell Erskine Fettes Stuart Robertson Son's and Legatees of the said deceased William Sir Lord by An Interlocutor of appointed the aud all to lodge their interests in in order to discuss their and that within tea further authorised and intimation of the present Process of Multiple Poinding to be made in two of the Edinburgh three times in each and also appointed intimation thereof to be made three times in such American ns the Pursuers should see and likewise in the Minute dated May 21, 1801, the said William bequeathed certain sums of money to James eldest and to Campbell Erskine Fettes Stuart Robertson his second payable to the of their on the death whom liis property said James and Campbell are supposed to have gone abroad as and have not heard of for many In addition to the intimation above of the Interlocutor of the Lord Notice is hereby that application may be made for further information by the said James and Campbell or by their to S. C. Writer tile 69, Great June 19, SIX DISCOURSES preached before the University of T. L. B. of Oriel 1. No countenance given in the Apostolical Writings to the propagation of discordant articles of On the duty of preserving the Doctrines of the whole and On On On On St. Paul's Charge to the off with an - Sold by F. C. and J. St. Paul's and and at FOUR By the Rev. JOHN LL.D. at 1745 with Notes by the Rev. SAMUEL By Dr. before House of By Bishop when Prebendary 1758__IV. By Bishop before the House of Jan. 30, 1740-50. Price price 7s., TWO at at Public Commencements in 1714 and 1730. By Roger M.A. of Trinity ami John M.A. of St. To which are Dr. Latin Speeches at St. of 1730; several of his Juvenile with Memoirs of Dr. Taylor aud Dr. John and an by the Rev. LL.D. Printed and sold by John Nichols and Sold also by F. C. and J. Paul's and The Fourth Volume of ILLUSTRATIONS of by J. will be published on the 1st of CONVERSION of the 2 8vo. price 17s. in the ' Second and Connected VIEW of the relative to the and Future of the HOUSES of JUDAH and the and Final Overthrow of the Antichristian Confederacy in the Land of and the ultimate general diffusion of By the Rev. GEORGE STANLEY Rector of Printed for F. C. and J. St. Paul's and Of whom may be the other Works of the same JENKS'S in and in 4s. 6d. the 30th RAYERS and OFFICES of DEVOTION for aud for particular on most BENJAMIN late Rector of in and to the Right Hon. tlie Earl of aud Improved by the Charles Fellow of King's Printed C. aud J. and Longman and J. J. R. anil Baldwin and Ogle and T. Hamilton G. and U. E. J. ami and In 12ino. 5s. in by tu me Lord ' Bishop of St. EIGHTEEN to establish the Connexion tlie Doctrines and the Practice of Printed for F. C. and J. St. Paul's and and by E. Handsomely printed on a hue m oue price in 5,. THE of in with a explanatory Preface to each taken from Uie works of different Writers but chiefly from Bishop Home's St. Paul's and of the SUPREME DIVINITY J\ of our LORD and JESUS far as that Dm is in Critical Examination of the Remarkable Prediction contained in 9 chap. 6 a Sermon delivered on 1-hr'mtmasDav, 1631. at the Upper by John the Rev. SAMUEL Rector of Afternoon Preacher iu the of and to the Right Hon. the Earl of thy Printed for F. C. and J. St. Paul's and and by Hatchard and alto by and 3r.