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Courier (Newspaper) - September 25, 1822, London, Middlesex WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, or SAND rOUNDS and or any part in Sin be laid out on Securities I rem L less than 200?.; will ue lam oui on - under Marriage Trust Money in the ana real also from Copyhold 2vi\ Leasehold further apply to Mr. 4, or by post OK THR AT a MEETING of the LOUGHREA CENTRAL held at on Tuesday ' of 1822, to WILLIAM Dr. Coen Dr. St. George Taylor Joseph French Lambert Stephen Richard Hearne and Edward Martin I That our are due to his Excellency the 3.ord Tor kind and manner in which he has this to Distressed Peasantry That fhis country sufficiently the strong of they entertain towards our English Tor the and feelings bv which they have been in the cause of Charily tiie of pari of the Empire warmest thanks arc also due ts the London Tavern for the and have evinced in into the kind intentions of a generous That we have this examined the Treasurer's and find them vouched and correct in every he is in advance the Slim of 25.)/. William Esq. having and Christopher called the following Resolutions unanimously agreed - That we cannot wilhout In M. High our inost for his and conduct in the Chair during the whole term of the and arduous labours of ihe best thanks of this be to Esq. for the very handsome manner in ho undertook the arduous of our Honorary Secretary as well as unremitting which he has paid its entirely devoting his time to their fulfilment since formation of this That he requested to have foregoing with of his and of our to the Commissioners for the Relief of the in Dublin Evening and the two Galway as Treasurer | ' to Central Cr. By Amount of payments to the Local Committees of this District as per of Receipts frimi for the Relief of the 1,500 0 0 balance due to Treasurer o 11 5 U 5 Mi of your 1 haye the honour to inclose the allocation of 180 tons 24lbs. of Wheaten and ions sixteen cwt. oB placed by you at our 1 the general Debtor and Creditor Accounts between Commission and the Central It may be at the close of our to that we called upon all of Local and Parochial Committees for an account of their receipt and that the latter were Illy and the whole carefully by a and upon this paying the sums that lioon advanced by allocating the Meal at Harbour for the supply of the last week's we do not find it necessary to call upon vou for a greater than 2,:.,3/. bring Ihe amount advanced by Treasurer beyond his nor lor any part of the sum of 5.0851. 4d. on the ITh we trust that it will appear to you we lioen solely in all by 3 fo combine tlie Relief of the Distressed of our District a careful investigation of the accounts of the several Local and Parochial and a due regard to the economy of public I beg also to that a population of 94,744 persons h amply relieved by the sums cur charge and uplo the 24th that it has not appeared to us any serious cause of has existed in any part of extensive except in solne instances where the arrival of the amount of our recommendations caused the Potatoes to he prematurely 1 have the honour to Your most obedient humble WILLIAiM M. Chairman of the Loughrea Central To the for the Relief of FIRST for the BENEFIT OF to a Resolution passed at a Meeting of the the First Calcutta held there on 4th of August at the Messrs. and Co. who have been appointed and Treasurers to the in of the decease of Mr. John Bethune the from the rules of the are for the of Subscribers residing in 12.-"That, as soon after the 50th_6f as may be i he accounts of the Society shall be made and a proportionate dividend from the funds made amongst such of the or representatives duly authorised to receive the then be resident in from whom shall lie in addition to the certificate of Interest granted at the tune of an duly or other such cball be to the establishing the identity of such person or persons on whose life or lives any or may hold a share or and also the existence of such persons on life or lives any share or shares may he at the close of the said previously to such dividend being Art. That eighteen only be from the 1S22, such subscriber resident in Europe or lei prove his or their claim or claims as who not have dime so at the first and in lie or they forfeit all claim whatever upon the funds of the and the account will thus be finally closed on the of 1.S23. when a final dividend shall be including all such amongst the then surviving may have previously proved their claims to the satisfaction of the 14.-" That any subscriber or subscribers holding any share or shares on the life or lives of any person or persons who may be in Europe or out of and whose may have been paid in on furnishing bv or to the satisfaction of the ihe period by the foregoing of the of any such life or .so insured prior to the falling due of any such or the same shall 10 snch their but should the not be and the required proofs not ba furnished and Co. 1st Secretaries and M SECOND 1st 1817, for the Benefit of Agreeably to a passed 7ih at a General the Subscribers to the Second established in Oct. 1817, the from tha the Society for the Information of Subscribers residing in Art. at a of of Art. 17,.-" at a of the Subscribers on the 15th ol the accounts of the Society shall be made and ti dividend made amongst the or to or from the funds of the furnishing by or to the satisfaction of Ihe as to the existence and identity of the person or persons on whose life or lives any share or shares may be at I of the and at the same time the certificate of interest in ihe funds of the granted By the Committee at the time of Art. 14.-" That eighteen months he the 30th Sept. or their or to prove their who may not have done so at the general and in default they shall forfeit all on the funds of the and the accounts will thus be Anally closed the 51st 1S24, when a. final dividend will be of unclaimed shares amongst such or their as may have previously proved AH claims funds of the the refund any subscription or subscriptions overpaid on lives on which this Tontine may have been by affidavit or to the satisfaction of tbe must be made prior to the of the last-mentioned the said become forfeited to tlie general such may have proved their claims funds of the and and Co. Secretaries and 1S21. WORTHY and INDEPENDENT LIVERYMEN of the CITY of S of the in rotation to be according to ancient to the Court of Aldermen at the ensuing Election of Lord I beg leave to assure that should the duties of that office devolve your it shall be my earnest desire to discharge them with impartiality and and to uphold the franchises and dignity of the City and Corporation of Without an of which I entertain no permit to that a numerous and respectable attendance at on Saturday the 28th tlie day fixed for the will confer an on faithful and obedient Sept. FRIENDS of Messrs. BLE AD EN and CO. intend DINING at the London on Esq. Alderman and Sheriff Elect in the M. P. Esq Esq. Joshua Esq. M. P. S. John Esq. B. A. Esq. James Esq. Esq. John Esq. 1 Esq. William Esq. Esq. John Esq. Esq. Esq. Robert Eugenius Charles Esq. Esq. Richard Esq. Esq. Hugh Esq. Esq. Robert JoneSj Esq. Esq. Chr. Esq. Esq. Sir William John Esq. John Esq. Richard Esq. Edward Esq. William Esq. John E q. William G. Esq. Charles A. Esq. George E. Esq. Peter Esq. James Robert Esq. William E. Esq. Charles George Esq. Thomas Esq. Alfred Esq. Francis J Samuel Esq. John Esq. Thomas Esq. Esq. John Esq. Samuel Esq. Matthew Esq. T. A. Tickets to be had of the and at the London Hon. Sec. a well-ventilated spacious extensive dry and pleasure Terms and reference given to Gentlemen who have Sons at tbe No entrance money are a few n 12i respectable BOARDING delightfully situate near conducted by a long experienced in the duties of her who devotes her whole time and attention to Ihe general comfort and improvement of her pupils she is aided by teachers and masters of the first As the school IS not the lady's sole the number is limited to and charges lo from the time of entering the The most unexceptionable references given and A a or having a daughter to place at would find this to their to A. B. 3, Bond PARENTS and and Guardians are respectfully that a most desirable opportunity now presents itself of placing a LADY in a select and finishing Seminary near where no Scholars arc forthe terni of Three iu order to qualify her for a Governess in a School or Family of To prevent all the course of instruction will comprise the English and French Writing and and a Course of Lectures on the Globes also and with together with the of and family precisely the same as the rest of the forthe of all will be Premium for the three 95 guineas for the first year 55 to be paid on addressed to X Mr. 20, will meet bv a Young Man who possesses an unexceptionable a permanent situation as junior in a Merchant's he is capable of performing the general duties of a under the direction of a and would not have any objection to going Letters to Q. S. No. 7j6, will be duly attended ANTED as a steady where a V Y Kitchen Maid is in a large two Miles from Town a steady young about 20 years of age as UN der must have lived in a respectable Apply from 11 to at No. 7, this CASE of REAL and EXTREME The a young aged 53, with a Wife and Six being driven by circumstances to the most wretched state of is compelled to make known his forlorn sy a humane and benevolent The Petitioner humbly that he was respectfully brought in the Claie Local now by profession a Chymist and which he carried on for nine years at in and has for the last four years resided in but and deaths in his with other severe and accidental both himself and family are reduced to the ci state of poverty in of the whole of his goods being sold under an and opening to his whose previous activity and attention to Business can be attested by the most respectable The smallest Donation will be most gratefully received at the following who have kindly offered their and by the No. 4, Black London at Hatchard and 187, Piccadilly Mr. 16.7, Mr. 167, New and 51, LD ENGLISH in con- junction with the other Contractors for the present has felt it his duty to comply with the public by the revival of the plain Schemes of the old English in which there are no no Fixed nor any Stock Any further comment or recommendation ot the on his must be as he is assured that what the Public have called for they will The present Lottery begins on the 50lh of Next and contains 120 including 3 of 3 10,000 5.000 10 20 1,000 500 And Eighty of 300^ and 200/. Schemes at large may be at Fortunate 19, and 26, where he iu the last and late a great proportion of the Capital including Five of 30 000/. and 20,000Z. WISH and Co JU always great pleasure when it is in their power to comply with the wishes of their and the and in forming the Scheme of the present with the approbation of the other as their the Old Lotteries most Kt. 1.T_ as it was lu ti. auu on the Next are 120 viz. and Shares are selling at old and truly fortunate 93, Royal 26, and 5ii where they in the and preceding Three Prizes of 20,000/., besides other 10,000 5.000 2,000 10......... of 20........................ 500 20........................ 300 60........................ 200 AMOST itself of Employing a in an requiring and with a prospect of profit iii a very apply bv letter to J. No. 8. Great FURNISHING have an opportunity of -U selecting at SMITH and well-known Furniture corner of Great the most and Cheap collection of town printed Merino ever to public The numerous novelties by Smith and according to their custom at this ore a character perfectly rara and exhibiting most ingenious and beautiful specimens of British for no HAND PEDAL and good as Cabinet not to touch arid worth 60gs. 58gs. Rosewood Cabinet new price Square 2Sgs.r-^Adouble actioned Pedal Harp for 8t^s.-^A cost 75g3. for 4Sgs.-One';at 35Js; late the property of Barrel Church worth 150/. - To be seen at JOHN 13, taken iti - i ELEGANT RIDING and CHILDREN'S great be found upon at and who begs to inform and those wanting large quantities of that he continues to cut upon scientific and to fit the human in a. superior and very complete upon greatly reduced for ready blue and black fashionable and a variety of new out for the present in &c. which he Segs to submit for Shooting Jackets and Children's Habits made to fit in a superior and elegant by from Five Guineas and Court Dresses and State made and superior manner at little than half the regular No charge will be made for any garment if its and workmanship is not found lo be lo that of any house iu A handsome of Servant's complete for Al. 15s., at No. 27, east end of BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS i 4s. the of CONVERSATIONS on ENGLISH Series of and Entertaining between 'a Mother and her in which the various Rules of and explained in a manner calculated to excite the of and at the same to convey to their idea of the principles of Mapted to the use of Establishments Young a as to Private and to Schools for ' for and the ITON of JUSTICE in and the SPIRIT of A of the above price i. maybe of Richard No. 39. and Charles No. 29, Richard and all other in the United this Work will be of material advantage lo those wlm an interest in the State now pending in having elucidated ihe Judicature of that Country as well as in of the which he see adopted in Literary May No. 43.' R. with Mr. S. begs leave to his most grateful Thanks to those Ladies and who honoured him with their and hopes that from the decided preference upon his method of in &c. to insure a continuance of their kind - C. begs to add that individuals who have never worn artificial Teeth may rest assured they can have them fixed both for use and without the least as he executes the well as the pro. part of the business he is enabled to perform in all its branches in a superior degree of neatness on very moderate - No. 4, N. B. C. extracts and gives advice on the to Servants every morning from 8 till 10. rpo be or or LET 1. for or three an Elegant situate in a beautiful in the vicinity of adapted for a tolerably large A description of this desirable residence may be known by applying at No. north side of Royal the hours of 11 and 4. iie with immediate a most elegant and with a Garden and all suitable and looking over extensive Pleasure both before and whole complete perfect sound and arid most desirably situated in the centre of and letters of for a view of the may be had upon application at office of Messrs. Edwards and 32, desirable FREEHOLD MANOR ESTATE romantic and sporting part of upon the high to within an easy drive ot favourite Watering and the Towns of Sherborne with be SOLD bv by DANIEL and by Order of the who has occupied and improved the properly for many years the valuable ANOR and ESTATE of and comprising a Mansion or upon a most comfortable compact with suitable double garden partly allin perfect and fit for occupation a detached Farmi with the various requisite and other surrounded by 756 of the greater part excellent meadow and with good ponds of and interspersed with a quantity of thriving and ornamental Plantations and forming preserves for desirably situated in the of Mr. a capital spot for keeping a pack of harriers only 2 miles from 8 from and 10 from bounded by the Weymouth and Bath turnpike with coaches passing The are and a tithe modus of per head is chargeable for cow A Farm adjoining would be should the require more and half the purchase money may remain on The Estate may be viewed by application lo John Esq. of near and particulars had of Daniel Smith and Land and at whose Offices a plan may be FREEHOLD MANOR Capital and richly varied with a fine Sheet of arid Groves of Lofty altogether above 230 with detached Buildings and in that justly and favourite part of the between and only thirty miles from be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT by DANIEL SMITH and a truly compact in the most desirable and beautiful part of within half a of a but secluded the high about a mile from a post and within a short drive of Maidenhead and surrounded by an excellent neighbourhood and capital consisting of a substantial spacious Family with offices of every very double extensive walled and other ornamental seated immediately in centre of 230 the greater part rich old Meadow arid Pasture forming a fine profitable skirted and interspersed with lofty luxuriantly stored with thriving with walks and refreshed by a fine sheet ef arid commanding delightful views surrounding Detached is a comfortable with several neat and other conveniences for occupying or letting any part of the Tickets to view the and further post to Daniel Smith and Surveyors and Land a neat pocket numerous coloured price 9s^ 6d. MODERN ART of to A the Practice of the most eminent Masters in - By Le Sieur Guzman of the des Armes carefully and augmented with a Technical J. S. has so many advantages in regard to and that every of ought to have so striking a mark of nn Printed for S 18, N A iS. 12mo. price 5^. DE Choix do Pieces tirees des et de la Langue formant Couis de M. revue corrigee et Printed for Dulau and Co. 37, Soho and to be had of BoOsey and Old LIVES OF SCO uuh and Part price 2s. are respectfully timt tiie sent Part completes The LIVES of the which form of themselves an entire with &c. may not have procured all the are requested to do so before the of as at period the price will be advanced to 3b-. each of for the entire Work of The Lves of with 30 in for Thomas 7, Ludgate and sold by Oliver and and all tilher CLARK'S of hi a large price 3s. ed. neatly or done up in Case for the 6s. and on Canvass and Rollers 7s. NEW and US one view ilie Places ill the known the prevailing of and tha Stations iu each Bv the ' Published by J. Schuol 75, St. Paul's mav be CLARK'S NEW SCHOOL both Ancient and price 6J. neatly - OUTLINE to price 4d. FOit THE USE OF one large 12mo. price 10s. 6d. a ncv Edition of and LATIN designed for the Use of and Private Education containing till the Words and Phrases for reading the Classic and augmented By WILLIAM A.M. Printed for J. Mawman C. and J. J. J. J. Scatcherd T. Cadell and Lackington and J. Harvey and and 1...____ 1> The or Latin may he had price 6s. printed a pearl in a Pocket price 5s. 6J- nf POCKET DICTIONARY of the FRENCH and ENGLISH in French and English and Containing nil the Words in general and hv the best LL. D. The Seven teem h carefully by J. A. Printed for J. C. and J. Nunn T. and ami Jolin and W. w oou and and and S Stirling and SUide Black J. Ot whom may be another m 12Tno. 7s. 6d. On 1st of will be in 7-', 6d. QUARTERLY JOURNAL of and the Contents Narrative of a from Egypt to the Western Coast of by Communicated by an Officer serving in Sierra a of a Letter from George Esq. to Mr. Geology of the and Veronesu Conjectures the Greek Fire .By An Account of some made with Mr. Hygrometer in and on Experiments on the Oxides and of A Review of some of the General Principles of with the Practical Results to which they Have By A. P. W. M.D. On FRENCH and for SALE at near Duty for the of Salvage and the remainder for the benefit of Pursuant to a Decree from the High Court of and under the permission of the Honorable Commissioners of Customs and notice is hereby that there will be put up SALE by at by Mr. T R. on Thursday 3d 1322, at One o'clock in the for Salvage J hogshead of 1 hogshead 1 hogshead 40 of and 15 more or FV of the subject to about 50 Hogsheads of and White Vin de and and about 450 Pipe about 60 Hogsheads of and other French Gallons of ihd greatest pare of which from is 30 to 45 per over The the Articles from the Wreck of the 7th of 1820, on her voyage to For further particulars apply to the Collector and Thomas Esq. B. Commissioner for 23, 1822.^.A of 25i. per be Samples may be seen the Morning of at The Wines Sale forthe are of excellent flavor and every to be of the Vintage of 1819, the best Wines at present in - 6d. may .be had on application and and Shoreham Thomas Messrs. and Co. St. to bis or Mr. of England and the Rev. W. D. F. and William 5:e, by a coloured Map and 2. on and 3. Philosophical of tiie Royal 4. Treatise on By John Esq. Professor of Philosophy in the University of and of the of and Nautical No. 11 1. A Catalogue of the Polar Distances of principal By the John 2, Polar Distances of the thirty-nine from 3. Elements Table deduced from Observation only 4. Remarks on thy Measurement of the in Right of. thirty principal By James Progress of Foreign Intelligence in Mechanical Natural and General Meteorological Printed for John Marquis of -On the 1st ot be price Two of Lord Mr. ot Lalla Representation of Fashionable Walking and Evening in I THE LADY'S Mirror of the Fine &c. for Oc 1822, other original of Lord Cornwall's written by the celebrated Mary most of the few last of her a of Fonthill of the New of a On the Dignity of ihe of Tribute to the Memory of the of of New Published by S. sold hy J. 69, J. New C. J. J. 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