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Morning Journal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1829, London, Middlesex 9 A OF THE NEW No. 9676. JULY 20, 1829. Price 7d. CONTRACT FOB OFFICE OF July 10,1839. PERSONS who may be willing to Contract for the performance of the WORK required by the the Board of in comprehending all Ordnance and at and miles or for a period of determinable on either Party giving Three at any time after tlie end of the first will send in Sealed Tenders on or before tlie 89th of 1829, addressed to f The Secretary to the Board of and endorsed Tender for Printed Schedules containing the Conditions of ana n List of the Articles or Work that may be may be had on application at the Royal engineer's No. St. where every information regarding the Contract may be By order of the K. BOOKS PUBLISHED THE QUARTERLY REVIEW is Published THIS DAILY -A Young most os of undertaking the TiON of TWO or THREE brTTLE GIRLS in WRIT and the RUDIMENTS of post to M. R. at Mr. J. M. 2S, Rev. Dr. Morning preacher at Trinity BOARDS and INSTRUCTS a limited number of YOUNG GENTLEMEN in and Fifty Guineas per ho extra charges except for books and nor any entrance money The Pupils sleep in separate The bouBe is bas a play and is situated at the printed terms apply to Messrs. and 99, and Mr. Years of whose business prevents him mixing in society so as to furm a Matrimonial wishes to MEET with a respectable FEMALE upon he could place his Having been established for will bear the strictest and he trusts none will answer advertisement but those who are Ally Lady disposed to da so may rest assured the strictest and secrecy may be relied As the greatest care will taken to frustrate idle curiosity it will be folly but those who are sincere replying to this Letters directed J. 2 will meet with immediate ' HARROW Subscribers to Dr. BUT LER'S PLATE are that the DESIGN and MODEL may be seen on application to Mr. No. 13, Duke WATERING under the Act of Parliament of the 15th Can. 47.-Tlie TRUSTEES hereby give Notice that a MEETING wiU be held at No. 45, in Half on the 4th of August at Twelve o'clock for the purpose of ELECTING other TRUSTEES pursuant to the aforesaid Act. MIDDLESEX July 16, 1829.-Tlie GOVERNORS of the Middlesex urged by the continually increasing demands for admission of so many distressed for have hitherto been unable to find nad encouraged by the exalted and liberal patronage the Charily has con to have resolved to OPEN a NEW which is ready for the reception of Fifteen additional three of the beds in which ore to be expressly reserved for Male Cancer Ttm addition to the Establishment will entail a charge of upwards of on the of the which the Governors conn dently rely on the generous aid of the Public to enable them to MUTUAL ASSURANCE and ANNUITY OFFICE for all Royal Highness the Duke of Royal Highness the Duchess of Right Hon. Lord The Directors of the ROYAL UNION ASSOCIATION beg to sub mil the Rates and Conditions upon which HEALTH anJ LIFE IN may be effected and ANNUITIES purchased at their 5, The plan of the Society enables all classes to participate in the advantages of mutual white it offers the security of an unlimited and rapidly increasing and the total profits arc to the Members Office hours Ten till Three ROYAL UNION ANNUITY and HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE 5, R. H. the DUKE of R. H. the DUCHESS of Right Hon. LORD This Association being authorised under an Act of Parliament to deposit its capital with the Bank of nt interest of four and a half per and upwards per and withdraw the same at is enabled to grant Annuities and Insurances on Health and Life upon more advantageous terms than any other Office in the United Kingdom of equal Life Insurance Premiums have been calculated for Monthly and Quarterly Books of Rules and price 6d., at the from Ten till Three and at Mr. 19, In 1vol. with LIFE and CORRESPONDENCE of JOHN With Extracts from his Journals and other unpublished Edited from the by Lord A delightful addition to tlie literature of our A work winch must ever remain a standard book in English Literary Printed for Henry 8. New 2s. Cel. HE MAN WOT KNOWS HOW TO DRIVE A This day nre by H. 14, the full Particulars of the interesting TRIAL for STOCK Now PORTRAIT of the late Celebrated H. P. drawn on Stone by A. from a Sketch taken from the Prints on India 5s.; 7s. 6d. Published for the Proprietors by John New A On the 1st of August will be price 2s. 6d., No- I. of THE GARDENS and MENAGERIE of the ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY being Descriptions and Figures in Illustration of the Natural History of the Living Animals iu the Society's with the sanction of the under the superintendence of the Secretary and Vice-Secretary of the N. 168, This day is in 1 vol. 8vo. with Twenty price 21s. 30s. FLORAL By HENRY and Author of u containing the Art of aud the moat beautiful and intelligible Emblematical Devices and of Secret By all those that tell can never speak so for Saunders and Public T THE NINTH This day is in post price 7s. 6d., HE OMNIPRESENCE of the A By Ninth the Third with price 7s. 6*1., of A UNIVERSAL Ac. &c. By the same Printed for Samuel 10, Of whom may be The PORTRAIT of ROBERT engraved in Thomson's best from a Painting by Price 3s. 6d. PUBLIC French be SOLD by by WINSTANLEY and at the July 31, at Twelve for One following imported by the Proprietor in p the and bottled in Eighty Dozen of fine Red and White Seventeen Dozen of St. and Twenty Dozen of Samples and may be had of Winstanley anil catalogues at tlie where tlie Wines may tasted at the time of sale Wines of the late Stephen be SOLD by by WINSTANLEY at tlie July 21, lor Half past One by order of the HE WINES are of very superior and are now lying in tlie cellars of tlie in ami comprise about Fifty-three Dozen of part very and the remainder ten and five years in bottle a sinali of Madeira and and about Twenty Dozen of &c. Samples and catalogues be had by applying and catalogues also ut the where the Wines may be tatted at the lime of SCHOOL for the INDIGENT St. the ARCHBISHOP of * give notice to the for admission ma their Friends that a SPECIAL of tie MEMBERS of CORPORATION at the City of tlie 6th day of 1829, for the ELECTION of SIX MALE and FOUR FEMALE The Ballot will commence at Eleven and close at precisely. A Polling Paper das been sent to each Member of the Corporation whoie address is and all Members who have not given their or who pay their Subscriptions at way receive them on application to the or to the Superintendent at the entitling the party to Ten Votes for each or Tea Guineas as a Member for will be received by the Samuel No. 73, Lombard also by the No. Mr. Robert at the and by the Mr. No. 17, ami Mr. at The Gentlemen of the Committee are requested to attend at the City of London Tavern on the day of Election by Ten to make the necessary CHARLES NOTICE to and it been represented to the and ASSISTANTS of the COMPANY of of the City ol London that many Gun and Pistol Barrels have lately been br ughi tn tue Company's Proof House in an improper for the purpose of being and have been rejected because they were liable to he reduced after and serious injuries might in such cases have arisen from the of tlie same The said and Court cf Assistants do hereby give in order prevent such the Proof Master has received Directions not to prove any single Ouu or Pistol they have the Breech or Plug completely fitted to and iu no case to prove any Barrel with a Notch or any Ping or as a Substitute for the one intended for such Gun or Pistol when nor any Barrel which is not as required by the proper or applicable for the making or manufacturing of Small And the said and Court of Assistants do hereby that all Double and other Barrels intended to he put by Ribbing must be brought to the Proof House in proper and applicable as by prepared for as to prevent the possibility of reducing them after they been S by order of the JOHN Proof July 9, 1829. LITHIC recommended for Painting Stucco Fronts that are thoroughly as well as for Painting rough Wood or Iron Agricultural Ac. It is decidedly cheaper than most oil is more and may be used by any common Manufactured by FRANCIS WHITE and FRANCIS BROTHERS of Nine BRUSSELS OLD FIFTEEN THOUSAND YARDS of the BEST BRUSSELS CARPETS ever manufactured at 3s. 6d. a last year's Strong Russia yard Is. 2d. and Is. 4d. a yard la. and Is. 9d. Ditto all 2a. to 2s. 6d. yard wide Is. to 2s. 0*1. Best Super 6d. to 3s. Stair Carpets 7d. to Is. all 6d. to Is. 9d. Hearts Crape and rich Carved Cornices and Foreign Silk with the most splendid choice of SOLID ROSEWOOD CABINET FURNITURE in GRAHAM and 291, High LEICESTER the Glasgow There is a town called Leicester in In it there is a society called the established in 1826, being a branch of the Birmingham Female Society lor the Relief of British So says the circular which now lies and from the subscription appears to consist of twenty-three mistresses and fourteen the donations Irom whom amount to 121., and the subscriptions to 9(. for relief of British negro We to print the names of the ladies in many of whom no been duped into this philanthropic humbug by some of the itinerant canters of the day but the circular that comes into our hands will be dealt with by us with less Leicester sends two members to One of these is Mr. celebrated for being a Popery and lor his legally to become in law parent aud nurse to all the black which may be born in the West Indies after the year 1830. is the master free labourer for the above alluded to and he must be a legislator of no and few if he does not find amongst the number mentioned some fit to be and to whom Mr. Brown of this city we doubt send nursing as soon as Mr. or the Mrs. may order With those remarks we proceed to the circular alluded to as a pure specimen of will tie humbug of rhe and the most and and powerful puff which we for some time met on the part of these who sell only East India sugar 11 LEICESTER A N TI - A v H BEING A UK TiJE MHV ESTATE and HOUSE AGENCY No. 03, L. in bis friends the publication of liis Register the present happy in able to state after having already a greater number of properties than oh any farmer tlie his Agency Establishment has Hat of h the opportunity of laying before them a j | and which few competitors can either run i c' or and in situations comprise bl h in thereby rendering it almost either as buyers or at the reasonable of the may both be An engagement of of forty years in the upholstery on the same it is be a sufficient guarantee forhis integrity oil responsibility and when the as to is being in the immediate vicinity of the Bank of and the Auction Mart resort of the monied and landed of the presents facilities peculiar to this for immediate and advantageous nt the fair marketable of the of whatever interests may be committed to Ins Noblemen or Gentlemen desirous of taking a professional opinion wilt be waited on at their residences or pOR POOLING APERIENT Powders toi ian Effervescing Draught extremely refreshing and grateful Pi e' cooling oil y to and Nausea counteract Acidity in the If frequently taken Ed. y tlie of having recourse to and strong and nauseous which often the system without producing the desired When tuo free m the luxuries of the after too much the usual disagreeable effects arc in Boxes nt 2s. 9d. and 10s. by Messrs. corner of St. aud and the principal Medicine of whom may he bad Acidulated Cayenne for Habitual Sore Relaxation of the a refreshing Stimulus in Field and the An Quinine Lozenges for relieving of and giving Tone to 8tomacb. In Boxes nt 9s. and 4. 6d.-Observe the address of on the eo H the relief of biut isii negro The following brief statement of the of this society is respectfully presented to tlie ladies of this with an earnest petition for their support in the name of who cannot plead for themselves - 1st. To circulate through all authentic information of the present wrongs anil of our West Indian slaves to awaken a lively sense of guilt and danger of continuing to hold our unoffending in a state of which outrages every recognised principle of the British constitution and of the Christian 2d. To extend present relief to the and maimed who are left by their masters to Thirty pounds were sent last year by the Birmingham Society to the committee for the relief of the distressed negroes in The following from among is added for the satisfaction of the public a poor cripple with one and that so lame thai he cannot walk his owner left the island without making any provision for Allowed 2s. per week from the fund of the relief 3d. To strive to promote the formation of associations in every part of his majesty's dominions to which their influence may for the above or any other which may tend towards the grand object of 4th. To by example aud the resolute rejection of West Indian and to substitute that which is the genuine of free India sugar is sold by many of the Leicester at and 9J., and loaf at Is. per lb. East Indian sugar would be considerably cheaper than West if the duties on both were The duty paid on coming into ibis country West Indian 27/. per ton on Last Lidian 137/. pel There are also higher duties on ail East Indian articles than on West By six families using Last Indian instead of West Indian sugai one slave less is One of the most enlightened and devoted philanthropists of the present in a letter recently - ' The good cause I am gaining ground in many places where anti-slavery associations have been This shows that the great leaders in I he anti-slavery cause are far from regarding associations as an officious or unnecessary The delicate and sensitive nature of woman must dispose her to regard with peculiar hostility an institution which rudely teats asunder all the strongest ties of and subjects the sex to the most degrading aud brutal Her leisure and her influence in the domestic department enable her to be a most efficient auxiliary in discountenancing the productions of slave which appears the most certain means of extinguishing were it once to engage a zealous and extensive But the leading principle of the association is that of the obligation of stretching every effort to its utmost extent against a system of which is so fearful an offence to the God of The smallest donations and subscriptions will be thankfully received for the treasurer by Mr. and by Mr. Ladies are particularly requested to this circular to their The reflecting reader will readily perceive from the that the whole of this humbug is carried on by example and the resolute rejection of West India aud to substitute that which is the genuine produce of free labour merely lo extend the sales of many of the Leicester who sell Last India moist at 8J. and 9
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