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Morning Journal (Newspaper) - July 14, 1829, London, Middlesex JU 9 BEING A CONTINUATION OF THE NEW No. 9671. STEAM TRADERS to expeditious DAILY CONVEYANCE to by LONDON JULY 14, 1829 from having been the several Steam are carefully 1 Liverpool Companies in Merchandise Newry Wexford Limerick Aryl nil Parts of Glasgow Greenock Carlisle Do hi fries Whitehaven aad uv deliverable iu in from Steam are despatched daily to to arrive on in Liverpool forty-two or By CANAL FLY deliverable iu Liverpool on the despatch For Gends ' all parts of to the full freight on the same in U gy the above arrangement the now the advantage of a have 106 in ense ari undertaking to forward them mHg British and Irish Steam Navigation 29, LONDON TO STONE AND THE Directors of the London Dock Company hereby give that they will be ready to receive at this House on the Slat at Eleven from such Persona as may be willing to Contract for supplying ABERDEEN or CORNWALL GRANITE for Paving the North Shed Warehouse of the Eastern The specification of the Stones with the Particulars and Conditions of the may be seen at this j Every Tender must be accompanied with a signed by some responsible to become bemud with the person the sum of for the due performance of the S. j London Dock July w n No regard will be paid to any Tender after Eleven j 1 after e even Party the or EQUITABLE LOAN SHAREHOLDERS in this A MEETING of the will be nt the and Vulture on August 4, at o'Clock in the to receive a FINAL REPORT from together with a Statement of their Receipts and I i 3, to the Decree of the High Court of made in a Chont v. the Creditors of Infra ftf tn rfi CLOSE of the SOCIETY of BRITISH ANNUAL EXHIBITION for the SALE of WORKS of ART by livins British 4rttats WILL CLOSE for the Season on SATURDAY Admittance One Catalogues One f mail East. T. C. EX RA M. W. consisting of VIEWS in ENGLAND and for n Work now in course of at the EGYPTIAN Admittance by Tickets which mny be obtained of the Mr. Jennings 3, Poultry and 325, Open from Ten till Names received nt tbe CLOSE on SATURDAY July 18. BOOKS - Price 7d* THE QUARTERLY REVIEW will be Published SATURDAY Price ISa. the Third to the Bishop of Winchester * y 1 on 18- BS Printed and published at the Law 35, This day is price 2d. or 8s. per THE ANTI-SLAVERY MONTHLY No. for It Sir Robert West India l. Sectaries of 9. Condition of 3, Consolidated Slave 4. West India Committee and its and 6. Challenge of Anti-Slavery The Compulsory Manumission Natives of South Free Blacks and Culture of Sugar by Free French Slave To be had of 6^, ami at the No. 18, ry. PAPERS RESPECTING THE RELATIONS BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN 1826-1829. from out papei of NO. 33. SIR LAMB TO THE EARL OF July 13.) 1829. I enclose copy and translation of the decree of whereby he declares himself to have been a Ving since the death of his and also of his reply to the recommending his early By this the question of his marriage with his niece remains In the Gazette of to-day has appeared a directing in its - 1 1 ' ' the County of deceased died in the month of ApriL on or before the 31st day of July next Debts before Edmund ters ofthe at bb Office in w V excluded the benefit of the said Decree ' peremptorily WHEREAS ty fee High Court of made in a Choat it amongst other referred to Edmund one of the the said inquire and stale to the Court at the death of Joseph late of in the County the Testator in the pleadings of the KpO Gentleman TWO JL THOUSAND POUNDS at his disposal may hear of a wont eligible opportunity of investing the on by post addressed to L. No. The 11 us mess is h in a very large capital baa been only requires n small additional sum to render it more The parties connected with it are of It iff but 4>ersons oi that description need t July 4,1B29. This day is in 12mo. price 8s. Gd. boards Therefore any Persons claiming to be the Sons snd Daughters of the said John living at the time by their on or before the Slat day of July to come in and clairai the Mr. at his Office in in they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said WHEREAS by a Decree of the High Court of made in a Cause v. it amongst other referred to John Esq. one of the Masters of the said to inquire who the NEXT of KIN of JOSEPH late i/f in the County of d who died in or about the month of at the his and whether they are now living or if any of such Nest of Kin are when they respectively and or are their Personal Representative or any Person or Persons claiming to be such Next aforesaid or claiming to be the Personal Representative or Representatives any vach deceased Next of a re or ou or before the 3tt>t day of July to come in and establish such their respective Claims before at his office in in default or they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said a Decree of the High Court of made In a Cause v. it amongst other referred to John Edmund one of the said to inquire and state to tbe Court whether there vere or was any Person or living at Uie time of the death nf JOSEPH late of in the County of the in the pleadings of the said Cause which happened in or the mouth of 1939), who were or was related to him tbe snid Testator in equal degree with or nearer than bis Mr. John Miss Sarah aad first cousins once removed of the said in tbe said Testator's Will respectively ev the remote of if any of such Person or Persons is or are since who is or are or their Personal Representative or Personal Therefore any Person or Persons claiming to be such or Relations within the degree living at the turn or claiming to be the Personal Representative or Peis mal Representatives of such Persons as have since are or on or before the uf July to come in and establish such or respective Claim or Claims before tbe said Mr. at his Office in London or in default or they will be peremptorily excluded tbe benefit of the said TO LADIES LEAVING SUMMER very numerous continued with so many of tbe Nobility nml have the u have rendered that universally not only for its menia and variety of anil costly but for ita and to tbe prices of the latter so rare present a4 v er tis erne tits solely far the obvious purpose of inviting alluring the tbe of the articles at whereby some of the truly national and beneficial objects subverting nefarious are as tbe patronage already conferred upon those and b most of its pre-eminent and envied thereby rendering any thing beyond tbe respectful mid acknowledgments of tbe Proprietors almost hut notwithstanding WAGNER and CHAPMA N bave tlic gratification of informing their numerous Friends and that they have 311st stocked the with every novelty at once and adapted to tbe present which they are offering on the same advantageous and economical terms that have hitherto procured them such general and they submit another List nf some of their as only require inspection to insure considerable sales to those who purchase for ready 5. d. Handsome new at only 0 6 The very best and moat elegant Cambric at 8d* and 0 9 Superfine rich Chintz ditto best 10jd. aad * I 0 A vast variety of Muslin Robes of the most splendid and a lot of good and genteel at only 3 9 Trimmings of exceedingly Dresses handsomely only 3 ft Curtain half wide - 3d. to 0 C The most splendid and fashionable in every Cambric ths same width * 0 5 Exceedingly fine per piece uf 12 only 1! 6 and half wide ditto Beautifully fine per piece of 12 only 12 G quarters wide Bobbin only 0 6 Stout Huckaback 0 4 Irish Scotch Hollands of superior and warranted quite a Diapers for the per from 3 fi Strong Linen at phr yard OS Mock Russia nt ami 0 M Russia only 0 * Elegant good Gauze at 2d- and 0 3 Rich broad and splendid from Gd. to 10 Bonnet Ribbons 0 4 Rich very fashionable Gd. to 10 Good Silk Barcelona s. d- 35 Tbe richest Plaid and Striped only la. Sacral from being wiU he at nearly half A treat variety of the ben Batiste and at the price of A torge lot of Usl years patterns of genual at and Supei and elegant ditto ai and Superfine new fashion ditto at U. 3d* and An immense stock of very best most real Chintz at 2^. and * Tery deep id nil the of French fit only assortment of the largest best French Thibet Shawls at the very prices of 16^- to N.B. The French Thibet is only excelled iu exquisite softness by the but its is more A assortment of long ami square Thibet considerably under the re- pular Valenciennes and Chantilly very A large stock of Black and White from Persians and 6d* 9d. and broad 1h-, 3d* and and Gros de is. 9d., 2s., and A n of the Figured Brocaile Silks for 3s. a yanl W. and to 1 Tlie best fabric of Black from - 0 1 Excellent all M. nnd Superb of tbe best A tarEe Mock Tlie best for Carriage equally A beautiful assortment of Printed for Children's in all last Calico diLto 1 3 3 0 0 9 1 0 1 0 9 6 20 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 G S 3 0 10 1 3 6 9 4 10 0 0 (I ted 0 5$ 0 9 4 C 10 n l o 0 o a T* 0 and best U at and 1 S 3 4 1 o i Stout Washing Silk Good fiiL 10*1. 1 o Large and good Silk fit for to from 3s. 6d. lo 50 Elegant and superior from to lo Heal Cambric Pocket Handkerchiefs from 12 The smaller size ditto 9 and Kid per only A large lot of superior ditto Extra Excellent perfect black per pair Delicate long white ditto Women's White to as low as 2 Cloths and Check Excellent Damask Table A quantity of very large at nearly half their Counterpanes from 1 0 Large white ditto 2 9 Marseilles Furniture every sort of very A lot of Superfine Broad Cloths much below tbe Manufacturer's Gingham and Silk Umbrellas and 9 9 0 G 4 0 0 0 2 1 b 0 b I ami in every cheap 8^k-meers, and and ii nmi tr ted with the Alio orders the very lowest price being invariably every 1 are retained who understand the continental X % of prevent that the carriages of the set down at the lllan at tbe entrances in be to of the clock of the Nos. 41 and July 1829. 3 and MATHEMATICAL conducted by a a Member tbe University ef forms an essential of the System of Education pursued nt this whiUt no pains are spared by the Principal in impressing upon the mind of his Pupils the value and excellency of literary n considerable portion of his time will be devoted lo the still higher object njf forming their moral and of making them acquainted with aud duties of the Christian for terms and oilier particulars addressed tn C. C. care of Mr. will with In a highly respectable in Neighbourhood nf the French and with every requisite of PROFESSIONAL are carefully French and Masters reside iu the house and the who has n lime on the also both of un the is of and the most approved Plans nf tbe German Public Schools regulate the Course Classical For Cards of Terms ami Address apply to and U CAT IO Mr. near in the of OUNG arc carefully instructed in the nd Greek and the Practical ranches of the with and the Use the They are plentifully neatly supplied with books and all other necessaries nt Twenty per Cards of and the ami information respecting the be obtained to at No. 1, Southampton near and at 31, Three tu or of Mr. at from Twelve till Two im lue means ot and improving a bad or impaired To are authentic Cases of Recovery from severe and protracted with the means successfully a definite plan fur the removal of that peculiar affection of the Throat to which Clergymen and other public Speakers are and of Health for the and By a Knowledge is Lord It is drawn up with great knowledge of the and we seldom met with n production calculated crenter on 3uJly U - motto of this book * Knowledge is power T bnt tendency h to show that it something better than and and July 4. by and Sold by all of 1642, No. 4, tbe express of renewing the preceding treaties is I of 16&4 Nq 5 contains the the rebellions and in virtue of this article her Majesty Queen Donna Maria has undoubtedly the right to demand that her ally should not an avowed agent of the government of Portugal to reside in The 17th article of the treaty of 1661, No. 6, deserves to be read with since in it is under preceding tbe power of levying troops in That treaty contains tbe most positive ex effect be for S Stanch & 8~! lhat thp a r J over the interests of with as 1 a PUBLIC a Fine-Toned Old a select of in Welsh and a Pony and a of other To be SOLD by by Mr. JAMKS on the No. 90,Long-acre,TO-IVTORilOVV, July 15, at Twelve the by the title of In consequence of these acts 1 have addressed compliance with the orders of my the enclosed letter to his majesty's 1 he Right Hon. tlie Karl of &c. enclosure in no. 33.) decree of the infant don respecting his assumption of the 1'kuone. June 30, 1828. Having maturely considered the important affair before the three estates assembled in Cortes by who have presented to me the resolutions adopted by each branch by which it is established according to tlie provisions of the fundamental laws of the I was called to the possession of the crown of these kingdoms begging to be pleased to assume the dignity of king and lord over which dignity had devolved upon me since the decease of the my lord and of blessed memory that it is incumbent on me implicitly to follow the above-mentioned fundamental laws of the on which the Portuguese throne is I am for these to agree in all respects to the said resolutions of the the principles the said resolutions are being equally applicable to and to is further my pleasure that manner practised in the Cortes j of 1641) an act be drawn and signed by all and each of the three with their reasons for so the signature of our lord the Palace of June 30, 1828. F IN NO. 33* ANSWER to THE PETITION OP THE THREE ESTATES IUS MAJESTY WOULD EE PLEASED TO SELECT A ROYAL 1 am grateful to the estate of the - for the zeal shown by it for the security of the succession to the crown of these and shall not fail to tieat so important an affair in the manner which may be most suitable to the interests of be i of of June 30 1828^ * adjoining the 3Le 01 J une r i i Ac. &c. M Library be SOLD by AUCTION bv Mr a VENTILATING HATS are tn Uv the kind ever are exceedingly only 4J never injure by lose their and will of which has been so much the complaint the headache loss of 211*. nnd at ond tht Pmt Bot Livery and BROWN HATS at tlie tn be had in London of I he Manufacturers Cu. TT AY and J A 1 I No- supplied the whole thr and at the Horticultural has now on hand a large quantity uf SECOND-HAND for with at jt reduced whole are in good only been used a tew by the Society nt their for the SWAN Van artd other will Gnd a great variety other to their on their first by post to be addressed in fcl Benjamin Jjt NERVOUS and who are Nervous Disorders and their various distressing affect in as of Inss of tainting and or relaxation of ihr it is recommended to recourse tn tbe above celebrated from which they are assured of obtaining immediate by a due perseverance in ttt agreeably to the complete their Sold in hollies at 4s- 6d. and 32s by Messrs. comer Dublin h anil the f Medicine Of whom may Tonic Pills in general debility of tho constitution as a and excellent in those periodical irregularities b females of delicate and languid more especially the younger are liable lo. In at Is. 1il- and 2^. - r m 1 BOOKS 1^4* tlie or very fine manuscript Chroniques de St. 3 first extremely 1470; * first very Froissart ami by 8 large and a very extraordinary nf Ancient of by iu i ussia Galeriu cle et du 4 brilliant proofs before tlie du Palais 3 iu de very ancient MS. pnr Works hy ( aud den go preen 40 fine nml many rare in no. 33.) ci of the for affairs for Palace of June 33, Most Reverend king our loid is pleased to cancel by which was regulated the form to be used in giving the collect ot the iu order that your eminence may cause to be observed the usages of the Portuguese church this I communicate the above to your eminence for your and for tlie execution of the De Castro do Uio de of this tenor and date were sent to all the of the Upper suni and with ami lield under Karl fur a term of nearly forty years are nt a moderate be SOLD by by Mr. at the Auction on FRIDAY July 17, at witli unless previously disposed ot hv Private spacious and very capital TOWN most No. 40, on the Month Bide of Upper comprising stone hall and two stone a suite of four well-proportioned ou each including on tUe paW a bed chamber and dressing offices every for the of n family of ami in the rear of the premises and To be viewed by tickets till the and printed had of Mr. of Messrs. and on the be by A bv Ht ou Fill AT July 17, ai witli of by Private distinguished aud very spacious on the cast aide South nml Hill wills gates Tbe premiss nrc adapted to a family The room ami principal room 34 feet 6 by 24t and are on a proportionate and on the first floor a silting bed and on the upper floors are thirteen bed and the offices are extensive and equal to a very In the rear of the mansion a and that a dwelling which might he lei aud alio stabling for fourteen and rooms This property is under Hie late Earl for nearly ten and may be renewed to complete mi favourable terms To be viewed mi IW and subsequent day a the with printed may be bad uf Mr. Berk la CURAT LATIN two very large in royal 4 price 6/* 1G-. in UNIVERSAL LATIN LEXICON of and A Vew rn which the Appendix has been and ihe Italian rendered into To are the Work of Terbiums un tiie of the and Hy A.M. Bald win and row and SANDFORD AND IN VOLl VV ITU VISE This day is in 1 VuL with ten beautiful find a fine boards or 7s.Gd- in a half \U THOMAS Esq. A New revised and embellished with beautiful new by Hai iS do not know tUnt there is upon the face of tbe a more more co and more miserable than j. wealthy luxurious without business or professions or Printed C- and J. Rivington and Co. Harvey and Baldwin and Cradock Scholey and Co. Joy G. Whittaker aud aud Harris Wight man aud Cramp and and Poole and AN OV OK FOURTEEN THOUSAND This day is in loyal 4to. with coloured price half or the Maps full price 21s. of Canaan or Ancient and the A new on an entirely new act oi engraved on nu enlarged and corrected from the latest aud Thirty To this Edition been any additional a Consulting containing references to every place laid in the with the Latitude and Jhe of Fourteen Thousand in teaching other obvious mmt answer almost every purpose of a Printed for and An printed on ial drawing for Library price ROSE'S EDITION OF GREEK a very royal 8vo., price ll. 6d, and ENGLISH LEXICON to the NEW TESTAMENT in which the WouW and occurring in those Sacred Books are distinctly ami tlie meanings assigned lo each authorized by Relet encen to Parages of and frequently illustrated and Confirmed by Citations from the Obi Tern men aud from the Greek with a Plain and Greek adapted to the use of and those who understand no other language than By JOHN A.M. A New the more valuable parts of the Works of some later By HUGH JAMES of for GM nnd F- and T- J. Richardson R. Schuley hi and Dorking 3 beautiful part of the o wirh an elegant Mansion m the suitable 0/fires, Pleasure capital Ac. whole about One Hundred and Seventy-six be SOLD by hy Mr. at ou FRIDAY July 17, at in Two Lots unless previously disposed of by Private Lot E Freehold and V T comprising an elegant GOTHIC suited a family nf standing iu a beautifully timbered and woh the adjoining winch are all one and twenty bounded by the ruer The premises are in a most perfect state of and the grounds are retired and laid out in shrubberies and kitchen ami the soil is of a particularly rich and fertile producing the most luxuriant crops the ng country proverbial for picturesque and magnificent and hgU of its Thiy property is situate at tw miles and a half from four from and from Lot fifty-six a copy hold of tho Manor of he by which may he had of Mr. Printed with plans may be t hen had oi also of at thu ns in thu at the Auction anil of the on the who will show the Hampshire - The M aunts of and Dray and the valuable Freehold Estate called between HnO and 9 2ft could not before ba discovered The steam escaped like their respective been found effectually to destroy the sinking we which is infinitely more and with large snips out of the
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