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Courier (Newspaper) - October 21, 1830, London, Middlesex MILITARY Persons as are 10 Contract for the supply of the Hie JMb of December 1830, to the 81 th of 1832. Hie 251 li of 1830, to the 9H. of 6& in the may 4C"k''' in the I 11,0 Military on or before the upon application nf the si the hours of in the Morning and Four o'clock in 0f A Body of PROTESTANT DISSENTING MIMs Denominations residing fn ond about the e. Skm at Dr. Library if i on October 13, and by The JOHN in the judgment of this is to the inalienable rights of ne Slavery in the Colonies of Great Br British and 1, interests nl ilie attempts which have been i 1 melancholy appear to body to be fully tails a. inn j w. i severities are still indicted upon and that against their moral and spiritual improvement by P1 their and the forcible separation nf marriage and by an i rights and their ( hri this body feel it to be their bounden duty to - earnestly praying measures of justice mid sound policy as most for preventing slavery in the fr being to and for abolishing it ihe PER CENtT nl or The interest will be paid at in without deduction or West Indian Estate of ample with the of the upon land In Enj o Mail or by letter to A where t- any Lady or desiring it. None lie treated a desirable for a There would be no objection to letting ihe The House is in excellent and well for a being in the immediate or ihe First Floor and if for a on the OR indian RUBBER LYON respectfully acquaints who e so patronised his introduction that owing to the demand the the of the Town to his he has the solicitation of many of bis to a SHOP at No. 41, ST. Tit he earnestly a if that experienced at 58, where ri be for ready ' p a r a d o and chaste than phosphorescent The lamp-bearing or in More deeply than ebony darkness that Lives and all nations acclaim ever prone to command bat JET BLACKING the MINERAL for FILLING MALLAN and No. for the high and extensive patronage which has so distinguished their professional exertions since their in the Brit respectfully announce to the anxious to consult their an additional at No. 9, Half perform all Operations on the Teeth lid as Fastening and Stopping Decayed with the celebrated Mineral Succedaneum so universally by ulty of London and and whole or either natural or formed the above as in FEVER and ANALEPTIC FEVER POWDER is by tbe Profession and the is administered in When given in found to check their or shorten their In 9d. and 24s. Tbe ANALEPTIC from their influence in exciting the are an excellent Alterative Remedy in Chronic habitual Febrile and Gouty Bilious and other Complaints of the Stomach and In and earner of St. New ami Bayley and 17, Without 47, 87, 159, and at Lockyer's Magnesia V Observe Uie signature of R. G. G. on the Ac Public to be cautious in the purchase of these preparations are continually offered for sales by be SOLD by and at the George on 3d November unless previously disposed oi by TUe A FREEHOLD called HILL and Li consisting of a farm two ami other requisite farming and 14i acres part of which is kindly for and the estate is the parishes of in about 8 miles from and 16 from SEVERAL or exceedingly good MARSH 103 a. in Ebony nnd in held under leaie from the Dean and Chapter of apply to Messrs. Dawes and be SOLD by either such Lots as shall be agreed on at the time of unless tawed of hv Private of notice will be MOST desirable called situate between It consists nf an excellent mosi tastefully laid fit for the residence of a about 50n acres of let to respectable of and Le in a very good mining and have rich running through well timbered with lofty liji well and the plantations are very Altogether it forms and rarely to he being in a j where and and to an invalid t The rights of common nre most - ht be Particularly and to an invalid the place is most en being very The rights of common nre most extensive property situate on the banks of the navigable river to n person desirous to embark in it mi carried there is already lime knn ami and many of very fine oaks on the possession may be had of with 20 aires of t and and cheap market of Tavistock is only two nnd a half road thence to Plymouth close W law n. but at n sufficient re ns to estates have always been famed for the of and the orchards are considerably more Ti ' ls likewise a capital corn nnd Hour mill on 11 supply of water in the driest i seats in the church at I 'n Messrs. Martin and John p. Holborn or F. either together or in will be held at tie ml the 10th of November by Oct. Freehold Estate of 1,057 and el within eleven miles of in complete very & timbered Park of above 300 w ni i is u. - - t and w called the Hill the Seven Balls nPi desirable by Messrs. nt the Auction Twenty STANMORE and very eligibly situate nt of next to the Priory belonging to nf n only about ten anil surrounded with excellent nnd ot handsome inner i first containing spacious hall or staircase communicating elegant drawing capital Millie ntul nil en 0,1 tbe principal floor are fourteen best bed dres SS and on the upper floor nine secondary with every description of requisite capital stabling for 6f. 1 men I. and Tbe pleasure and including the ani rendering tbe above a most desirable The remainder farm adjoining the with oT ' requisite containing nrai ' and meadow in the Eggar and George Likewise a called the Hill on lease to Asber r the Seven Balls public sh parcels of rich meadow 283 m tbe respective occupations of 7lev- Messrs. John John 8'lTesrer John and Mr. Jos. with may be bad on application a e' Surveyors and Land Agents 8, Printed specifications may also be a. St. the Watford the Salisbury Green - and at the Auction THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, 1830. 7d he AT II e 1U'Tit- n u m of History of on superfine Columns ' Office of the bv W. S. price ncd The Monthly Part for September contains REVIEWS if r on and 1 Klw ell's Up Journey to Bury's the History of till No- ntul by Strutt - in the by nit - be by - History r Hew Memoir uf tie cf the of ludin Literary K f col lections - of Child's Own Rook -An important MS. Work eating e nnd ly 5n r Duke of by after by alter Ut of Hie Lakes of - of Scott's Annuals & i. Ac. M ISC ELLA AND t unh his I it by Miss nf Antiquity of Oil adapted to with ef and Ac. ORIGINAL POETRY AND ESSAYS Original Correspondence from with Nonces of ouch Learned Societies as air either at home of abroad the New V umc - ks of Art - nnd more than 2i> of in ing Statistical &c. Ac. Ac. It is necessary to announce that the has since in the hands of New Pi and under a New and an attempt to 41 A Literary of the The Proprietors are unwilling to speak of the result of but without refer to tbe OPINIONS OF THE PUBLIC To tbe nnd indeed to the Public appearance of n paper devoted to scient the it conducted on liberal and independent principles and untrammelled by any direct connexion witit the has loop been a most Entertaining ns we a very opinion of tbe talent and judgment by which the exclusively dedicated tn huch have been it would be to expect the of the a ed works in a very pern I ui r affect t he i one a nd spirit of their erit and it be as vain in ns to expect impartial and unbiassed as it be in them to an air of ami t i fn le f in winch n per at all mvn credit with public al hail with pleasure the unpriced of ihe a Journal whilst it iVt e all m itb it the oi genuine talent and Established upon of public this Paper depends for public support upon the integrity by which tl is perfect independence of nil 4 professional and the conscientious discharge of its censorial As Inr ns the labours of its present Conductors have we are bound to that they have most faithfully fulfilled pledge by which they claimed the of the literary Their critical opinions are pronounced with firmness and wilh but not or with any assumption of heir original articles ate invariably of the most and their miscellaneous information vat an 1 - Cheltenham September he is a weekly periodical of decided and distinguished for the vigour and impartiality of its and its intrinsic added to the independent $ tit nil it has taken amongst the periodicals of the it to extensive Il is with much both as to matter ai d The republication in Monthly fur the moie studious is extremely well Oct. I. The Journal to whoso increasing utility and high talent we are to have opportunity of bearing The Sept. 19. We copied Inst week from the Athenaeum an Ac -i there are few weekly publications contain more original or better selected intelligence than the Sept. tt We copy the following from that most able and conscientious London Literary the - a Paper as remarkable for the novelty and variety of its as for the honesty of its raic quality Glasgow Free Pi Aug. 11. 41 Among the periodical literature of the this weekly publication bears n high Us reviews are wit impartiality - its r articles are the productions ot men of Sept. IS. That very excellent literary t he A then PI Aug. The from the above is is a publication of great Sept 41 We copy the following from that very and honest ihe London as is too little known in but abounds in nowhere else to be - Glasgow Aug. 4* Th it honest and spirited the Sheffield Oct. 15. 44 We have noticed a feeling of great satisfaction the independence by which the is and the efforts which nrf made try its spirited conductors to render literary something approaching what it ought to It is II known that most of the ci journals are in the hands of the principal who are thus enabled to put forth as independent exactly what may suit their and promote the sale of their woi L is with reference to this fact that we regard with pleasure the publication of a journal which is in reality the others profess to The iy parties I ts of any in the BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS PARTIES AND 9s. Cel. and FACTIONS in ENGLAND at Hie Accession of fur nnd In 8vi'. price by permission tu Prince TALES of the and other By H. J. Tbe elegance of links both with Poetry in a William Old 1. By THEODORE Now first Translated the London William 6, Old and Sunpkin and NKW AND WORK ON THE a FOUR RESIDENCE in the WEST 1NDIKS. This is hv the most book that yet nn ithe West it abounds in lively and i Free A very n musing and n very va I liable Literary Gh earnestly this very interesting volume to the immediate notice of our William Old ROTTEN SOME ACCOUNT of the ELECTION for August 3-6, with a Copy of the und a Table of Parliamentary Price 9-.. This in its and by the observations on them it applies generally to all the Rotten Boroughs in the K and affords some useful practical suggestions as to reforming and consequently reforming Baldwin nnd THE VOCAL ANNUAL FOR 1*31.-In one pocket price 4s. in or 5s. in Turkey THE VOCAL or Singer's own for 183!, Embellished with Two Printed by C. Thomas R. Griffin and Glasgow and Sold by all In two SvoM with a Portrait of the and numerous other TRAVELS to J and other PartH of Cent ral during the 6, 7, and S. 44 M. has achieved one of the grandest of modern is ihe only European who has succeeded in the attempts to penetrate to and in spite of the perils the to communicate all the information he has - Evening Henry and Richard New The only Complete in volumes of PRIVATE MEMOIRS of No person is rightly to appreciate the of or to study the history ot the eventful period in he will the perusal of this These must continue to the latest ages to be records of invaluable Henry Colburn and Richard m1 of Complete in four volumes with a and an engraved of the Original Declaration of and CORRESPONDENCE THOMAS J Late President of the United One nf the important publications ever presented to the In the catalogue of the benefactors of lew a station as Thomas This work must forma part uf every historical N.B. 3 and i may be had to complete Henry Colburn and Richard New JUVENILE 1 v.I. small neatly with four beautiful price 4s., its Geography and Ancient anil ' S. The LIVES of REM A RK BOTH with Price 4s 3. HISTORIC ANECDOTES of villi four i and Richard New p IRS u oik h acute anil and u e have literary is and improperly influence ils murines new wi k is in a liberal but truly impartial without any i towards Ihe and certainly none towards the pul lish work The review Gall's ' Life of Lord last and previous will fully prove the justice of We have seen as yet no review ol that the as in reality h ihe that the work i- but a p. or the it has false views of Lord moral a an J is besides written in a si y I oft en tunes ex. and The the on the and just to the In the department of original it will be found at least equal to am of its pleasure in to the ot and Suffolk It is but justice to an independent an I talented Journal l o that we ha v e since writ the above ot 0 ill's Bj a man I y anil review of Gall's wm k anil some import couti lions to i he In of its in the A I he men Edinburgh Literary Sept. series of and curious letters ' and by Sir W. has been for All review of work appears in the last number of the A nu ably conducted u eek ol p-K in From this review ire seh Sept. 94. The ability and once i ailed foi th our Scots o 11 The is perhaps too to expect 11 which ai e the property of ho publish to a la will be unnecessarily severe on those which their iocs but it is not too much lo ct thai tl nt will not be broken nnd that period to act as to the public in Hunt least have not to piv in beneath all nre far from realised the an ala and there is scarcely a exia no I ii oi oi i ti sly swayed from In -in h a siai e of t hi so injurious to the cause of an exception to the rule is of praise and We are pleased to foul an exception have found it in the The reviews in this work are as far as we have unbiassed by tear or The itself is not the properly of any and is the best the Editor can 1'orua'd iii support ol 1>h faith with the i articles we the Ac. stc than have ir. 12. I iou n il it hoice of immoderate praise to Such however of has ro Oct. O. is j a of KuRlish and Arts * for some weeks inspired an men that reminds ns of the of Addison of the tly nd the Fine literary It combine to 1 lie Aim thete Sept. SO. convey to the r Press as nearly nil the m or extracted largely fr. received by nil nnd portable filter unique and which lias met w medical and ROB much eulogized the warmest approbation from the first of this country and the wiM be rapidly to purify and render of The most and T' and many provincial c. es and own of it alike destitute ot I metallic tons K those minute decomposed panicles and earthy which even in ils purest previous to its subjection to the Royal is found to contain and according to the opinion of numerous physicians nnd are the incipient causes of a vast variety of which stand most Calculous Complaints of the Spasmodic and it is an founded upon accurate that families the Rojal Filter are rarely subject to PORTABLE possessing all the advantages and rendering crystal tbe worst may be obtained at tbe following handsomely ornamented - S Gallon purifying li Gallons per 5 5 I 10 0 4 R 9 12 6 barrel * 9 S 12 4 It ii impossible to compress within the limits of an advertisement n tithe of the numerous and beneficial advantages of this admirable or the testimonials of its effect on tbe as stated by a host of medical to convince the most apparatus may be viewed daily in operation on water with rhud and black all of which pass through Filter in a few Changed to a liquid surpassing in and equalling it. distilled ai the Office of the Patentee 69, I 1 li 0 j 15 n 3 10 0 2 111 0 3 0 4* In two with R S O N A L MEMO Esq. Mr. Gordon has availed himself of the many opportunities afforded to in all kinds of at home ami to present to interesting Many are the clever these volumes It would be difficult to enumerate suffice jt fo that wc have scarcely met with n. page in these of ' Gordon's Life and which bus not repaid us hi way or for the Henry Colburn nnd Richard New f In three post price 27*. R A S CAT I ' S Scenes in Pnt is. Tins is not confined to a disclosure of the scenes take dace in the Parisian and what he called UCe tu are fully but it includes the adventures in the French metropolis of nu K of an elderly his and a- e and should be studied hy persons who venture to surround ladies with the fascinations of - Sun. Henry Colburn and Richard New UK NATIONAL No. printed in small 8vo. with price 6s.. HE HISTORY of the Bv the M.A. Ac. the Volume of National No. I. contains the Life of by John Esq. wi i h plat in a single pi ice 5s. No. The v of ryby Thomas M K P r of Chymist r v in t I n vr i t y of with a port r ait of Dr. Black u ill be pu on the of No. I V. containing The His tor v of by G.P. R of 41 De Ac. with nil appear on the of Henry Colburn and Richard New m In two U S T C A L M K M 0 1 It S. - v an Account of tbe Genera I State of Music in from the of in the year 174, to the ea r I interspersed w if h A M us ten H fsf Ac liy W. J. forty yearn Principal Oboist to the Theatre Royal Henry I burn and Richard New LADY CHARLOTTE BURY'S NEW three price HE S E P A R A T I 0 N a By the The recent of a on the may some clue to the extraordinary affair which the noble authoress has handled in so del irate and masi et I y a G Henry Colburn and Richard S New t Nearly 2J in small with Portraits and 0 LO N EL VAN NARK AT IV E H of in tie of the at MAD anil his in 1SI7 and 181s; His to bis Campaign with the Army of the his return to Spain in 1SSI. Kilned from the Sp Dy the Author of Don and Henry Colburn and New c nf Now in three HARTLEY THE a By a Contributor to Blackwood's Works in the THE LIFE OF R S. including original Private and -Us rf her By James Author of ihe of With a fine in two THE WAY Of THE By the Author of De ' Authot of * De possesses profound powers THE ROMANCE OF By In three LIVES cF THE ITALIAN By the Rev. Henry A.M. Author of the History of Ac. with twenty medallion fn three THE ANATOMY OF By J. A St. Printed for Edward New Public Subscription 2B, Hoi In 1 vol. super royal 4lo. 3/. half AN HISTORICAL being a Series of Maps of the World as known at different constructed upon an uniform and coloured according to the political changes of each accompanied hy a Narrative of the Leading Events exhibited in the forming together a General View of History from ihe Creation to By EDWARD M.A. of Magdalen and Barrister at Law of Hie Honourable Society of Lincoln's Tbe Maps Engraved by Sidney The ingenious nnd beautiful work before the best constructed railway for the rapid and easy communication of and accurate historical that we have even in this age of improved mental as well as material The Maps are in and nothing can be more interesting and amusing than to turn them one after the and observe the gradual advance of from the effect of the in which Eden is the only bright amidst n mass of deep to the diffusion of and of gay by which tbe world in ils present state is The descriptions contain a but perfectly and far as our inspection allows us to correct narrative of all the great events of Whoever rends then assisting his and insuring his by an examination of tbe will acquire a knowledge of general history possessed by and will be admirably qualified to with advantage the more minute inquiries into the history of any or which may have peculiar claims oa his Oct. 9. Printed for B. Seeley and W. and sold by L. B. Seeley and a Oct. 19. M. Pozzo di Borgo had hitp yesterday a private audience with the which lasted an It was of the most satisfactory respecting the causes which led to the delay in the Emperor ol Russia s 1 lie Ambassador has as received regular 1 hey on the and will speedily he letter from the to the of which C i c i j * r al was tie was very The advance of aldez into Spain n as hastened hy the on the French of an order to disarm patriots there To prevent the execution of this order they crossed the their numbers and hopes are There are likewise doubts ot ina s to which 1 alluded in my letter of Ferdinand's lain in of a foresight in getting rid ol cious it caused a hustle Palms You will no doubt he surprised to that the upon the propriety lurther postponement nf the trial and his colleagues until the end of December or beginning nf an nary and that even the King went so far as an that it had better Take place in February opinion at Court that present popular will he by fee 11ncs. i- i i. .no against this hypothesis yet people the ( them in the same light as other far that law was saloons ul the Ihe following are the tn which I die Palais Kosal and its same parties at work i n-t igat mg t the e i more effectually into til I am re to apprehend Ih the to arms while 1 was at ' tn the n 1 had been to accumulate the urns U hen 1 entered the our I found National rapidly ami the police locking the iron gates of ihe enclosing every body who had 1 discovered i hat I was hemmed in among a larger lhan 1 had seen assembled i under the windows of the hey exactly of the same I have already more than once the bustling portion of them being buys from sixteen to eighteen of King had a party at and the tablo ' have been soon drowned by the discordant I i an x M i ' has les .I estates Ihe and M m loud chorus by tins whose at length brought in time all ihe upper of the -o that the area under the K i - i s am alne -t at once tilled by a of became this crowd did tint at a- 1 was nt ti m re than twenty n hnin I recognised the tiii been in v ai i aid within the ten at the of every nne nightly t-t noise nf this d had alarmed ot the the the window s speedily filled I and rapid passing to and from the indicated The servants seen in active at t e in la nee in the d i ni ng - room while this raged m lower sentinels of the National I and the new found their perfectly the Ill far j 'k 1 w it ll tn beat the guard were called out from their and all forthwith which the depots Ihe in lint marched with among the ille gates -i 1111 eXCept lit Side nf tie and the central one h through glazed I he people w ere gradually bv the i these two and alter about an hour's paries the d who appeared tn me to t with great gund and succeeded in them into the large area nt the here the and from in an were mid precisely by the same from that part of the and driven quite nut into tl The mob then Tn the others lo the On their a party stopped to post up a similar manuscript to that which 1 described vengeance upie and his on the in the Ii tie I next that entrance of the Palais iting it with a- Sunday An them fr ni the lurther end of ' and I k the in front of the the Rue St. v. here they ed then shoutings At this time nine 1 1 think there were or 6,lK)f) jn noisy although the prime movers and it did not at first of than half a dozen apprentice at a which the peaceable their to avoid danger of such a Meantime the drums were every where heating to and the National Guards hurrying to individually with the most praiseworthy between and the people 1 saw no where the appearance ot Ihe mob clapped hands as they and shouted lve hi darde and the Guard in their turn formed in line quick as they arrived on the and pressed the throng into the narrow all the time acting with The tumult so great that all the people m the neighbourhood w to shut their and the male portion of them to j t-t 1 nut as National and hunt this crowd from The people continued in noisy - others In the until past ten o'clock 11* ral w as. the 1 e du Palais all wis clear in that but the posts and were strengthened the reit I am. that a portion of this proceeded Is r isolated m s. hr a u- - i and I Al * i v i i t in a c an pan v t 11" rv anil Massed i the nn into ' the i I hive i - -I in n and I. - a h r -' at t i in i. irtc - all It M I 11: g in t 1 - I 'a nsian ' III int les In m ke i til i he best s late at W here It is m the nat uie Will see Various d the I I r s ' I he la I. - nt Paris pe and ' 1 a i of i will t a in i ' I It in. w ho a m xc it 1.. ti t ail 1 t no a i a i lan e e s ot t lie * If are the d I hat they the papers t' t I t i tun I le be 111 Ije Ill arm - the ' I y ( t i. ai which has It is tn t| q t hat ' a dl of mistaken agitators last id e-s i- taking its to e that the 11. m the hil ity i -e their I f| i 1 e ot the pr. it order all will wati b over the are taken to it. I hey cunt ii ai w h on upon y. u ed so w. hv it on may i m pi nit lv reckon upon a- i Milled ' of A. the the P. I that crowds were again at and the 1 have been at both here up to the hour when I w rite i Iii 1 cannot 1--:ru th it there has been any t Idle probably by rum v w ere lounging his only at night the I promise P.s. I he f Ul at A few of a sort did at midnight go with torches ami to the ( They w ere of course laughed at by those and the guards sent about their They then said would return to and an order of the their the N G uard s 01 gave some an order to the gaols in the About twenty of them were lodged night at La Oct. 1H. I have juat returned from the having gone thither tn ascertain the truth of a report that a with an pendent from was I learned on the spot that report was hut that the had been There excitement in that entire The interior of the walls of the garden are covered with as above hut some of of a horrible One hears tlie name of who signs for and Another has this horrible II do There must be A patrol of thirty is moving round the garden and neighbouring What be the case when the prisoners shall have arrived there -i h e n 10. Yesterday evening when the National began to r at the extremities of the new and splendid Galerie all those assembled in it rushed into the Here the scenes el tumult were but with more some pushes and thumps were exchanged in burry debate between the
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