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Courier (Newspaper) - July 1, 1831, London, Middlesex FAMINE IN BELIEF OF THE Lord Viscount The Archbishop of Lord Lifford Lord Calthorpe Heoley if Sir George Rev. Gerard George Richard A. E. Colonel Latter Vernon Esq. Nadir Esq. John Esq. Charles Esq. Esq. Thomas Esq. Esq. Esq. John Esq. Hald Esq. Hugh Esq. Esq. William Esq. Esq. Esq. Esq. 1831. June at Messrs. mond's to thu day - - 17 15 0 at the disposal of a confidential agent to to a cargo of ceed with and Grom from port to port along the 3,400 0 0 To Mr. to be employed fore in the of asd to employ with The for same of by the la on of Com- 500 0 0 500 0 0 80 0 0 Placed at the disposal of and Mr. Hugh as a to send to Bristol to load a canto of oatmeal and with it to and from mapd the unshipping wanted Sent to the Mr. of 30,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 100 0 0 231 5 10 0 10 Balance not before J.B. - 10 0 R. C. Kidd 10 0 0 Finxton Pariah 3 8 9 de la - 10 0 Torre 1 0 0 per - 14 0 0 Sir SO 0 0 at per Mr. Proctor Wallis - 50 0 0 5 0 0 Mr. Oak - 0 Of Barclay and at IB addition tci ' 9 t terson hj the B. Vicar - 13 1 3 Mrs. - 5 0 0 By J. B. firm some of the of in the hope that all farther appeal will be prevented by enactment 8 7 at per Rev. H. - 53 8 3 Wiggin 10 0 Smith collected at Kent - 6 12 6 Henry Esq. 5 0 0 - 10 0 Hon. Mrs. Caroline Vansittart - 5 5 0 0 Moiety of a sermon by the A. S. per IT 15 B Collected at Chigwell after Edward tor of 6 8 Earl further - 50 0 0 T. B. the friend of poor in Ireland - - 5 0 0 5 0 0 M. and family - - 5 5 0 John Esq. 0 10 0 freeman and Cook 0 0 Esq. 5 5 0 Of Mr. collection 6 days 11 18 10 collection per James Rees 40 7 6 Collection after a sermon at St. An- and St. per Isaac ders - - 35 15 0 0 3 Mn. 1 0 Mrs. Tollemache 1 0 - 1 0 Mrs. V. s Reynolds 1 fi Baron De 1 0 Mrs. stead Mrs. A. A week's sarings in &c. 0 An old Gown - 0 Additional from Children of Chapel 0 0 10 0 2 0 2 7 3 Johnson Mr. G. Brine Anonymous Mr. Sheepshanks F. James Esq. Rev. W. Foster The Id remittance from by Messrs. The Messrs. and the Ladies at the Taunton P. 12 7 0 10 2 0 Mr. W. jun. 0 10 Mr. Rd. i Mr. Hole - - i Hon. Mrs. Welman 2 Robert Esq. s Aaron Foster i J. B. Coombe 3 Messrs. 2d 3 C. W. Dymock J 0 0 Coll. at St. 19th leis of - 3d 3 2 0 J. tham aiod - made at Lady gnd collected by H. - 26 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 10 0 ia per Williams - 46 10 0 Contributions fnm 13 li Lord Winchilsea 10 0 d at June 19, after a sermon by the Rector 22 4 8 John Natt 20 o u - - 1 By the Becord - 266 8 By Messrs. Collected at 3 0 0 after a sermon by J. Sargent 17 ( Mrs. Usherwood 1 10" ( From the Parish of St. 10 ( Mr. Burrows - 10 0 the greater part in from the labouring poor at Church and C. H. Hutton - 7 ( Per G. Ex eter Dr. Mitchell - 0 10 o G. S. - 10 0 G. G. - A few Friends of humanity at the Lion and through the 3 Charles Esq. 10 J. 1 - 0 - 1 1 Thomas Esq. 3 0 0 L. L. L. S. 0 l 0 Collection at Olney after a per H. Vicar 10 7 2 Esq. Olney - 5 0 0 Mr. W. 10 0 A Friend at Olney 20 0 per 13 7 per 5 0 0 W. H. B. - 0 10 0 Mrs. Stoke Newington 0 10 0 0 10 0 from per W. - 4 11 0 Ditto per ditto - 0 2 6 Bushey Club be - o 10 o John Esq. 5 0 o - 0 5 0 Miss S. Bird - 5 0 0 additional to Collections per and G. Noel 3 0 0 afler a Sermon by J. Sandys 86 15 Ditto at by the T. G. Middleton 27 2 0 N. Esq. 2 2 0 E. - 10 10 0 - 0 5 0 B. - 1 1 0 Teddington Middl collected after a Sermon by the T. Hone 52 0 0 near collection after a by C. Day 16 4 2 By Messrs. Esq. 5 o 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 No. 12,453] FRIDAY JULY 18.31. By Alexander & for raised at Ipswich 186 U 0 collection per Mr. per Miles and Co. - 82 8 0 Sir T. 5 0 0 the Vicar and Inhabitants of transmitted through of Llandaff 60 10 Rer 5 0 0 Child and Lee 10 0 0 py Messrs. La collection at by the ter snd wardens - 105 7 6 atler two i sermons in water and Co. 51 3 0 0 16 o R. 30 0 0 Mrs. 10 0 ' from 26 3 3 B. B. - 10 0 0 J. H. S. - 10 0 preached i .at by Dr. Dealtry - 198 17 0 Contributed at Mr. - 50 0 0 A 110 The of St. and 1st 40 0 0 A 2 0 0 Leigh 5 0 0 Lord Sidmouth 10 10 0 T. C: W. - 2 0 0 W. Esq. 2 0 0 J. W. 4 0 0 A Lady - 0 5 0 Collection at Mr. Chapmsn 10 0 Mrs. Chapman Mr. R. Parker Mrs. Parker Mr. J. Crofts Mr. N. Plowright I Fitzmaurice Dr. Langton John Bull Mr. H. J. Fyson J. S. y By Mr. - 6 0 0 3 0 0 Sd subscription 10 0 0 a through the town of by Mr. - 40 0 0 John 2d 10 0 0 5 a 0 Mr. J. 10 0 O A the Dis- 10 0 - Br the 7' Br 5-0 Henry Smith - 5 0 0 - 5 0 0 5 0 0 - 10 0 10 0 Rev. James Cox 1 1 0 Willism Forest 10 0 Thomas Sudbury 0 10 0 George 110 Rev. C. Hensley 1 1 The Misses Hensley J. and F. Gamble Mrs. E. 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 10 0 0 5 0 0 11 6 Miss H. Miss Cane Gervas R. P. Howe Simon Maw Bowen Rev. George Dodds John Emmerson Robert Redgate James Farmer and Son Adam Stack Metcalfe William Mercer Richard Furley William Furley William Hudley Ingledew W. l. Benjamin Musson George Barley Robert Cock William Millner Mrs. Barnard Thomas Palian F. M.D. W. B. Heaten 1 1 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 110 0 10 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 Mr. Bird - 0 - 0 Per Rev. 2 0 0 Parishes of Saint and St. bv collections in - - 5 18 0 received at first payment - - 85 19 6 by Walker and Co. - 7 110 and in collections made - 116 ditto - 31 11 Of the and of the 10 10 0 Mr. collecting including a 5/. bank note - B tS 0 Mr. D. per Mxi Hands 1 0 O who has known bank No. 22,187 - 5 0 0 Charles 2dsabs. 3 0 0 Esq. SOU in pence Children of the Trinity National Sunday at - 13 1 Mias by H. Blunt 0 10 0 Mr. 10 0 J. B. Esq. 2 0 O One day's pay of the and of the 4th Guards - 40 3 6 W. Yates Esq. 20 O 0 H. 8. D. - - 2 0 0 Esq. 25 0 0 Collected in the parish of by Reverend J. Babington - 17 10 0 Ditto by the Rev. J. Reed 6 4 6 S. R. Esq. 1 0 O 2d sub. ' - 5 0 0 Hall and Freeman 10 0 Parish of Hemel J. B. Vicar 112 7 9 Mrs. Langton - 3 0 0 - 10 0 Sundry Donations Rev. 2 0 0 50 0 0 Lord 5 0 0 Lord Servants 0 13 9 Stanley 5 0 0 5 0 0 - WOO at ' 16 13 6 Ditto by B. - 4 0 0 Ditto by the E. at Kr letter J. unsay - 4 5 6 Lady H. 5 0 0 Mrs. J. Johnstone .i 0 0 W. - - 2 13 6 Pariah of per the Rev. R. Meredith - 6 16 6 Parish of per ditto - 2 10 0 Subscription at the Master by Walker and Co. - 100 0 0 By Mr. A Lady - 10 0 A Lady - 0 7 0 J. 4 I 0 Mrs. Booty A Lady A Gentleman R. G. A Gentleman A Gentleman Mrs. T. 13. Mr. Clarke Mr. Owen Mrs. Miss Homo sum By Collection at by Rev. S. 11 5 at Bishop per ditto Contributions from 23 0 0 A few of the Workmen and 0 10 0 From Gloucestershire 18 1 6 - 33 1 6 per Simpson and Co. 100 5 S rising - 5 0 0 From the Parish of Hants 31 11 4 Franco - j 0 0 A Lady in the Country 1 T. P. - 1 Some Members of the Western Literary and Scientific Institution - 7 per William 2d payment - 120 0 0 20 0 0 Duke of Grafton 50 0 0 2 0 0 Lady I. Kenlock 10 0 0 Mrs. - 5 0 0 1 I 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 (I I 0 IJ 0 1 0 2 2 0 I 0 (I (I 1 0 0 O 0 1 1 0 2 7 4 6 6 0 0 6 6 1 0 0 - ] 0 0 John Sooby - 10 0 Thomas - 10 0 Daniel Wootton 0 10 0 John Marshall 0 10 0 Thomas Rook 0 10 6 1 1 0 F. G. Hawardine 110 Henry Spurr - 10 0 Benjamin Codd 10 0 Small sums under 10a. - - 10 9 1 Rev. John collected by him 1 8 0 Wood - 10 0 Thomas Wood - 10 0 Henry Wood - 10 0 Lyster Parker 10 0 An additional subscription 16s. 6d. had been previously sent to and ill. to the in R.N. 7 13 0 from Bucks 27 10 0 Collected at and transmitted by Rev. H. Allen - 26 4 0 Mrs. Marshall - 10 0 0 Knight 10 0 0 Mr. H. South - 5 0 0 Boroughbridge after a Sermon by the Rev. Henry is the Treasurer of the Western and Donations will be gratefully received at the of Messrs. as well as by all the Bankers West of also by J. G. at No. 16, Exeter likewise at the Record No. 9, Red Messrs. 187, Piccadilly Mr. James and Mr. 18, Statements will be furnished gratuitously to Clergymen about to preach to Noblemen or Gentlemen calling Public or to Parochial Officers or other individuals collecting from bouse to Remittances may be made through any Country Bank to Messrs. for the Western snd Communications addressed Exeter N.B. The Committee think it right to that their will be open for inspection of the subscribers as sooo as the emergency has and the are made Total 11,969 12 2 In progress of payment to the - 320 15 0 Cash received as above 17 2 FOR ROYAL AND 26,1831. THE for Victualling his &c. do hereby the 13th day of July thay wiB to receive in and supply separate Contracta for each of all of one or other of the following of shall be demanded tor the use of the Boyal Marine and at the under-mentioned places or Russell's Hetton Marine Barracks at the Marine and at the Marine Barracks md Marine and Russell's High or Marine from the date of 1832. Wallsend High or at the Marine Barracks and from the ISth of until the 31st of 18S3. The of the nu be seen at snd at Ae Office of the at and Esch Tender moat iht words abd boa and the person who makes the Tanden qn his must attend to answer when St 28, Old with the celebrated of Souter the Landlord and of unrivalled ia seren the history of and Upon No. 1 Is senatus Bomani petunt a Cleopatra quod ipf a No. 2.. Antoniu ipsam gratia missus illias smore 3, Cleopatra Antonio in Antonius sperto prelio a Romania et No. 5. Bomani Antonium eis in astre Bed No. 6. Bomani terrestri et No. 7. Cleopatra ns in morsu sibi mortem to both One DEVONSHIRE CLf ANNIVERSARY DINNER of CLUB will be bald at the St. on Thursday July 7, when tAe Company of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the County Lord Bolle Sir James H. J Colonel Taylor Yards Esq. Dipner at Six DISTRESS In consequence JL of a press of Public the BALL to be given at LANE Is by his Majesty's especial till tHURSDAY their with the branches of tie Royal will come in - - G. DAWSON will be at No. 14, St. and on between the boors of one and AMINE in the the BAPTIST IRISH Spc connected with There are in thia dUtrieX ted with more than 'the to supply tSl ef dated June our In a letter from the ii thirty miles in that has been A rery supply all who wUl need as the money distributed from other has been chiefly confined to towns and their immediate whereas the Baptist schools are mostly in remote parts of the The committee of distribution at Ballina consists of the Rev. James Superintendent of the the Rev. D- Notary Public J. Surgeon Messrs. William Simpson and Richard The agency both in England and Ireland is perfectly Any sums collected for the Baptist Schools may be remitted to the William or to Messrs. and JOSEPH IVIMEY 51, 30.1831. FIRE and LIFE in AND of of I Ac. &c. Parker William Waller Sir Franc it Sir Ferreri Sir Lord MILLION UPWARDS Tbe are divided wbo now as well lu tbe original in Just proportion to respective In Ike Fire tbe lo the of 80,0001. been to alt who bave continued aeven Annual as well upon Septennial and bave been or In tbe Life of and per have been divided daring the Uit twenty-one These re option of tbe persona either added to tbe or applied to the of Military Men are into actual are at liberty to past and to tbe Continent noder without Licence and extra removing to unhealthy to may Person die by or the Handi of tuil value which Policy bore on the day to the time of his death will be No Admission Fees are nor Is any made for except tbe Stamp have been Insured in the Fire Offices lately may into the County Fire Office without any additional Agents appointed in all the principal TO PERSONS ACCUSTOMED TO THE CHARGE OF THE Managers of the EDINBURGH LUNATIC give as Mr. their present is to leave wish to as SUPERINTENDENT and MATRON of that a Married Man and his who have both been accustomed to take charge of tbe Persons of this not above middle and who have had opportunities of being acquainted with the improved methods of treating InEane as practised in the best would be It will be considered an advantage if they are not encumbered with a Though a knowledge of medicine would be it is not considered The allowance to the Superintendent and bis wife will be accompanied by testimonials and references as to qualification and may be addressed to William 18, Treasurer to tbe Lunatic June 83, 1831. COALS AT REDUCED H. COOKE is now enabled to deliver Best Coals at 40s. per with fresh from the ships W. H. C. can with confidence refer to those who have favoured him with their as to the quality and measure sent by and courts tbe assistance of tbe public in breaking up that iniquitous system of mixed and bad and short at high so long and generally complained No. 4, Bank FANCY NEEDLE ks Berlin importad in the to be all other and prepared or finished Bnd IBS beautiful than soj other at and Reposi Ad extensive sent to any part for to choose by order per by Queen j special of Blood Lace u. her and Kensington superior to all others PURSUANT to an by tha High Chancellor of Great in tha a person of mindi all ti. be the Heir of or Serf the said MARY the widow of Benjamin formerly of Brt pariah of St. in the county of ot Somera in tbe pariah of St. in the o and late of ia the parish of St. in the said of Treacher died in the yeat fip ot before the id of 1831. to come in and before Sir Giffin one of the of the said at his in London in they will be excluded of the taid Mary Mfo of 1766, and was to the said Benjamin Treacher oi the 20th 1785, but of which marriage there is issue now She is the sole surviving child and thr only legitimate descendant now from Robert formerly of London died in the yeai 17!Q,^ by his formerly died in the month of 1768.) The said Robert Vincent and Hannah Meale were married in the parish church of St in the city of on the day of 1751-2 and the said Robert Vincent waa one of the children of Anthony of in the city ol by his and was born in the year 17^. It is believed that Robert Vincent had several brothers and and and the said the eldest of is believed to have had three in 1771 a porter at tha Bell in and the youngest of is supposed to have had two named Mary and TO be a Decree of the High Court of made in a cause Hendrie v. with tbe approbation of Francis Esq. one of thi masters of the said at the Public of the in FREEHOLD ESTATE or called situate iu the parish of St. in the Island of containing 2t>l Acres of Land ut together with tire shives and live stock The time of sale wil shortly be wben printed particulars may he had at the said Master's iu of Mr. Thomas No. 6, Gray's of Messrs. and Cree of Mr. and of Mr. be in One to a of tbe High Court ol in a r. with the approbation of Francis om of the Masters of tbe said at the Golden Lion early in tbe month of October of which doe notice will be given by further an situate at io aforesaid a good substantial dwelling capital about 34 acres of partly at a fini and partly leasehold for and for at low reserved under tbe Bishop of may in a short time bo had at the said Master's and o. Messrs. Merediths and Loudon r of Messrs. Hall sad and of Mr. of Mr. and ol Mr. TO be SOLD pursuant Decree of the Coort of a wherein and tm tbe asd and with the of William Esq. of the Masters ot tbe said in the Room the said in on tht Mth day of 1831, at Twelve o'Clock at in One a or and Agricultural a small about tfO acres of arable and meadow situate in parish of in the county of in the occupation of Thomas as tenant from year to at the yearly rent of 31/. 10s.-Printed particulars may be New Inn and of Mr. Minci London Mr. Henry at the King's the the R. ENGLISH re- commended by the late Sir Richard Jebb t. tbe and other in preference to Tea daring Uie as the most aad restorative hitherto and in every This pleasant to the taste and is jin of tbe by promoting nf the ud gn Efficacy in of the the m nd from those alanna which too render the night it refreshing and Is to the of by Boyal and In 9d.; and 10i.d.eacli TO be SOLD pursuant to a Decree of the High Couit of made in a cause of r with the approbation of Giffin om of the Masters of the said in several some time in or the month of September of notice will be all the real Thomas late of Hank in in the parish of in the county of de which were devised by his will to be sold to pay hif debts and funeral of a Bobbin Mill several and closes of and pasture in Monk Church and in the county of and at in the county of and in the of Particulars are and may be at the said Master's in London of in Gray's Inn Messrs. Blackstock and in the Inner Mounsey and in Suple London and Han ley and at at in the of Mr. Thomas at in application to any of whom the property may bt and at the principal Inns in and and Beautiful and Country Residence for be by the LANDS of BRIDGE CASTLE and with Mansion lying in the parish oi and county of This property contains nearly iOO imperial The grounds have a are well sheltered with valuable nearly It years are conveniently and intersected with good The soil is in general good adapted for all sorts of The enclosures an well supplied with The lands are susceptible of greai and limestone is to be had in abundance in The current lease expires the three subsequent but if a purchaser lands will be sold disencumbered of any There is working colliery on the with substantial tenant and in a situation which produces no m and the Lands abound wilh iron may also be wrought to great A beautiful stream forma the south and The Old on the sheltered snd adorned with fine old surrounding and interspersed through the was anciently the residence of the Earls of and is in complete tbe apartments in it are fitted up so as ti afford a comfortable residence to a genteel The garden is of a peculiar and singular advantage as to situation and and are coach pigeon and other offices The Lands hold of the and with the superiority ol others the entries and casualties of which are noi afford a freehold qualification in tbe In short a more desirable estate of its extent is seldom to be met If a purchaser a considerable part of tlie price may remain in his hands on the security of the and pos session may be had at any Part of the Furniture of bouse may also be had at a The situation is from the county town of two from and about twenty from the of Edinburgh and Glasgow Further particulars will he communicated by Mr. thi Provost Linlithgow or Robert No. 2, Charlotte London all of whom are possessed o lithographic plans and measurements of the Tbe value of this Estate will soon be greatly enhanced by the completion of the Edinburgh and Glasgow the line of by the recent surveys of Messrs. Grainger and and Mr. passes through the end of the close to the houses and working thereby affording tbe utmost for bringing the minerals and farm produce the Edinburgh and Glasgow and opening up an easy and expeditious between the and both these 1 Young a and or or one be desirous with the is references or addressed 25, by for rT by a of the of Advertiser being a young devoted lo the profession he has would consider emolument no Out some preference would be given to the counties of or Kent to T. snd H. - nATE of ' Be by PRIVATE 15^*TY, s highly with an old established and still increasing among gentlemen of the first It baa undergone a sub snd decorative repair tbe is The Lease is for at a Pai t of the purchase money may remain on viewed datly ftan one till terms and cards to view at the office aai GAME in the Exclusive Privilege Game and of a Property in the of which are to bn mnong the beet tn Black &c. by bUls well-stocked and the fishing in the n rer ia a good and stables on the and tbe Apply or Ey letter to CRATEN a seated on the bank of ut f foor miles adjoining the of the Marquis of Londonderry and the Bishop of The pleasure grounds and gardens contain about four anri chiefly planted with rare and choice house and are adapted to the establishment of a genteel To be OF by PRIVATE be on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1'-' to For terms and cards to view apply at the Office of and MAGNIFICENTLY for tha DINNER INVENTORS of the only genuine for acknowledging respectfully the unprecedented conferred on them by The submit for inspection n remarkably SL PERB K of comprising such articles are in requisition the of the in London and rheir NEW for comprehend an unusual of adapted to and are acquisitions to render the dinner table and Tbe large are executed in a grand style for the borders and centres being elaborately chased in Noblemen and Gentlemen requiring Table Services are invited to them at the where they obtained at the corner of OF A. Surgeon Dentist to their Royal the Princess and the Duchess of Gloucester bis Majesty Philip and tbe Family of France and her Serene Highness the Princess having in numerous cases been highly successful in rectifying Defective by the substitution of his improved Terro Metallic Teeth for those which had or been subjected tc respectfully invites the of Ladies and Gentlemen whose enunciation is affected from to the importance and of the above-named The Terro Metallic which may be had to a complete will be guaranteed to restore to the wearer all tbe advantages of the genuine in as well as and cannot in any way be distinguished from tbe originals carious and tender teeth wholly preserved from tie progress of and rendered by A. Anodyne Every operation pertaining to Dental can be given to tjie most medical Homo from ten till Loner MINERAL for LING DECAYED ind GREAT for the high extensive patronage which bas so eminently distinguished their professional exertions since their arrival in the respectfully announce to their Friends and io that they atiU continue lo restore with their AL so universally ny the of London and The operation of 6)iin:: is performed in a few WITHOl T the 1' or They fasten Loose in a manner singularly and whole or partial Sets formed of the above or of natural wire or other and guaranteed to answer every purpose of and The Faculty are respectfully invited to witness tbe successful result of the as in HOWARD'S ANODYNE 52, for the Tender and Decayed It ia applied in a soft state without the least tills the however arrests the further progress of and becomes hard and sound as the tooth are invited to witness the success of Howard's Teeth supplied of every l.s. or a Few Facts to the Northamptonshire submitted to the Freeholders of the Printed tor and Strand and sold also by every Bookseller in the of Just in small wilii a if of the SUNDAY by Bishops 1. B. Sumner Dr. Shuttleworth and G. With by the Rev. T. K. To be completed in six Printed lor and A NEW SCHOOL BOOK FOR READING In a 1-ino. price bound in purple THE SCHOOL for Reading and Recitation in and H. I have culled the flowers that promised Being a Second Edition Selections for Reading and considerably and with many New Pieces Dedicated to Dr. Butler of Printed for Baldwin and HE EDINBURGH No. Price Printed for and London and FESTIVAL OF THE SONS OK THE In price at thM ings since ami a ronnse Statement of the and Design of the Printed for C. and St. Pauls U In 8vo.piice is. to his Royal the Duke of Printed C. J. G. St. and THEATRE OF WAR IN 4 MAP of the THEATRE of N D. one 63. shewing its Former Limits and Present fine price 6s. A MAP shewing the PLACES in ENGLAND and Members to together with the proposed in the to amend of the one price is. Published by Geographer to o. Charing
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