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New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - October 31, 1826, London, Middlesex rpO X of the bf of Company will meet at their in tho 2fitb day at Twelve o'clock at Noon to take the PUBLIC situate No. U in the and POUR ad 13, 12.11, and 10. Dow on Leases tl Tor 81 be and information at the B. C. Clerk to the 3d 1888.' DIN BURGH and STEAM JAMES WATT starts from for unlay tka 4th of for the last time ibii lor 411 of received here until on Saturday and forwarded with the greatest and Intimation the to be obtained at Ike 558, but can be A. M ITCH EL L. London and Edinburgh Steam Packet NEW iii UNITED public are most that the UNITED KINGDOM Steam Captain pot atari fur as to damage received by a brig having run into on in Long on her passage to bat will leave for fori lit last time this on Thursday the 2 ;ine-. lev and A Pr. V by bll ll f TH ilH 1)1. ( IJ h 1111. I of S for C 1 a Sketch I; or limy I al. IE TI of the I 1 nc Moth w the a id f .i tor EM Iv A 01 I he a M in oil 11 ' v rd of 1 Series ne I le c-s in I he must Letter pre eti dies of Char a. Reviews c. and 15-i\d, r. I puhl CAPE MADEIRA Per 1 ti 1 THE WESTERN Regent's and at the LONDON REPOSITORY of the CABINET No. 71. LEA DEN and which has been Established upwards of Seven A For re no an I respectfully inform the Nobility and that th. y the Establishment for the Benefit of Ingenious Mechanics have large by their Manufactured Articles in ihe Cabinet of ihe best and Cheaper than by any House iu no other being required than to satisfy the Warehouse Rent and in. being satisfied with constant Employment to enable them to suppo t their The follow mg is a of t lie Low Prices asked all Goods Mahogany 2.'I Tent diu j ' Bordered to 1 Mahogany Drawers with solid ends 2 Eight Mahogany Chairs 0 Feather frer from and 12 0 h h from to j 0 s H Ditto a M Mahogany r. 10 A of Paper at nearly Houses F at a few and nls a few Goods packed free of expense except the Appraisements in Town and and Estates The of this return their sincere thanks to the Nobility und Public in for the most liberal patronage bestowed on the Society during the last and slill to by humble their future On the Seventh Annual which took place 011 lln 1st day of last the Committee have die pleasure to that after deducting fur and other inci dental the dividend for each member amounted to 2/ which was paid te Forty new were received into the Society last and the still through the public to be to increase thr 0 1' 1 Half Price Rom e I I. 10 1; - Dream i Lite and W irv 1- Proceeding p of I ersons - and R H a nipt DiV id C. Published bv El evv No. price orn the 1 h. Lord 1' tli by the The S i ion of a s - The 11! d v 1 W - - Rala bis from London on All 1.1 General vv of New of Learned - ry poi I - i be had of all JL 1, for W among a vanity of oilier interesting on the and Genius of by Esq. -A Afar in a by the Rev. Jos. Blanco Review bs the Author of e Letter from the Gentleman preserved in lie lies of Parisian and for an from Mr. Canning to Lord R. - ti al of the late Ac called Phenomenon Fin - Boswell No. 1 of a N o 1 - No. 4 - London The - Review 'The Lives of the during the Reigns of Charles IE and James 11- No. 1 the Shower of a Dictionary of Love and No. 4-Tue Spanish Sound of the by Mrs. Hemans - Fair a after i.c. and the usual the and Printed for H. s. New On royal imperial 4io. 30s. India 12..'; India paper und 6d., tae Tenth and concluding N of PROVINCIAL ANTIQUITIES and 1. SCENERY af with Descriptive by Sir WALTER containing lews of th. Bass Rock - Fast Castle - Entrance to ith the Interior nf with an engraved Title for each from designs bv Turner and directions for placing the Published by J ohn and Arthur and William As the win k is finished by the present Subscribers ure to subject only to the sanction of the Proprietors 10 that Ihe of the Institution shall be considered as lo sum of 150,000/. until such 200 supplemental shares shall be replaced hy subscribers lo that The engagement entered into by these constitutes No. Sin the The Capital required having been thus provided for of contributed by way of the Council enabled to proceed in the the powers confided the only material step taken by them has a selection from among the plans submitted to them of that designed by Mr. sel in which their own judgment coincided with that of almost every Proprietor who inspected Ihe drawings and the Council are enabled to thai tbe in will have the benefit of Mr. in conjunction with Mr. The wish of ihe Council will appear to have been rather lo select h design suited to the tbe and magnitude of the population for whom the Institution is than one commensurate with its present means but as they were determined lo take 110 step in this important part of their without first ascertaining and Hunting the utmost extent of expense to w Inch any contract or engagement might lead advertised for by public for the execution of the The lowest offer was made by who engaged to complete the buildings for the of 107,000/., exclusive of stone to tbe amount of about 3,000/. by 20.000/. the estimate made by Mr. id has staled that his specification in the or of the goes the usual j course oi bis main object having been lo give durability and beauty lo a building which would find but few in this country to vie with it. In the present state of the aud with the design of the building so far the Council consider themselves 1 justified in assuming after a more than adequate allowance for any probable a clear sum of will remain available for the immediate objects of the after minute consideration of thr they feel assured w ith this sum at their a of the building may be forthwith adequate to tbe of the and of all the c lasses the more essential parts a good leaving lent surplus for the liafe of a library and i and much as may he absolutely requisite for salaries lo v 1 of the comprising the two four gnat theatres of insti u. and about r ample accommodation for the Is will require an including to adding for Ihe library I I a like sum to meet I 1 0,1 the whole would lo o hJi w 1, w oil lie already paid for thr make smi T. lui Ihe the Council would bound lb. 11 v 1, u 11 doubting for a as the building 1 ei aid tke merits of the undertaking are gradual I v dev 1 11 vv ill soib additional encouragement ami support ud 1 1 o -or to I he ex Unt o' the maximum I ol 1 bv deed of settlement as will at no pit provide tor the completion the 1 toil of the institution on as liberal a m it- most friends can I i he propose the contracts for the 1 into in such of it as shall from J time lo lime be r i i a 11 d as lo admit of the ] i or any such upon doe I at the w i II of ( strictly as they pledged selves to lo the provisions of the deed of and to ihe principle hare on no and in I n rc io incur a liability beyond the amount of the es In the mean and as Ihe it. which i with the they are desirous I f ing operations by causing the to be i whu h will be done under a distinct and at a cost not exceeding I ' The Council haiing given in their Prospectas a general ot the ends proposed to be alt are at this early lo enter anv further detail all more L- must form subjects tor future a- ics is All they now do submit to the Proprietors the expediency of in immediately commencing the the and unheeding to the gradual erection of in under as suggested for the of farther ol ten p-r on of intervals ol six It is prove perfectly a Three may probably elapse before these r reparations be after winch the Council propose an address to his Roval Highness Ihe Duke of requesting huu to Uy tirst stone of the his Royal Highness having been Hon. and John and Mr at once we responsible for 50 shares he might be permitted to thai another excel lent he lamented was not then meant Mr. Morrison the upon the first of tbe fori the declared himself responsible for 60 more It was agreed that these individuals should not be held to nave subscribed for more than fifty shares and that the ten which had originally should be deemed part of the subscription for fifty and fifty of the shares deficient were Gentlemen subscribed for additional that 190 of the 200 required had been taken in that To this mode of com the required of the sanction of that general meeting was deemed a warns on the alluded Mr. Brougham The sanction of the subscribers the undertaking might be proceeded and in two or three all the preliminary might be When thus the commencement should have actually taken that in months tbe should have been actually and in two or three months when the walls should begin to appear above the the Council not only upon tbe upon the cordial and exertions of the among their respective to not merely tbe 1,500 in the first instance but 3,000 the to which tbe number would ever be The consequence is ould that not only would the operations thus reach their originally intended but he trusted shortly be not only would the 200 supplemental which he had risen to be but so far the number of shares would be as to render it most doubtful whether or not the full payment of cenL upon each share would be The Resolution was agreed to A Subscriber then that the capital of tbe be 150,000/., with liberty to the Council to increase it The Resolution was carried Mr. K. Tavlor expressed his satisfaction at the Report and statements the Meeting had and I that the Report of the Council be approved and that the Council be authorised lo commence the building forthn A Subscriber here remarked upon that passage in the Report which stated the contemplated cost of the building at 87,0001.. and that none of the estimates were under 107,000/. 20,000 He wished therefore to know what sum the Council proposed expending in the first could only speak from but believed from 36.000/. to 40,000/. had been calculated as sufficient to place tbe building in such a slate as to enable the great objects of the Institution to be proceeded The Resolution was then agreed here by advertising for aud using other Ihe Council had prevented the possibility of the outlay exceeding indeed in any to the He thought it necessary to state because he knew that a number of individuals bad declined becoming under the idea that the funds would adequate to the expense of the proposed Mr. Brougham he might perhaps be permitted to in explanation case it should pa that nothing should impede the opening of the classes the moment the building would admit of it. The Council thought ut twelve of tho most important classes might be opened for actual operation when that portion of to should be He underrated ihe number of he was for eighteen would be found nearer to the The Rev. Mr. in case there should not be room to accommodate a student for each how was selection lo be made Mr. Brougham one by which to regulate the would be a very and a very fair one where competition should tire priority would belong to tbe party who should have first signed the Mr. that he had although all that was done might not have the stamp of perfection upon yet that all had been dene by the Council to the best of their A great deal bad been and in a manner too which warranted hit congratulation of the If no more had been done than to fix upon a to a freehold of such extent in he should feel it of importance to congratulate the subscribers upon it. That had been at a comparatively small eight acres of ground had been purchased in a most admirable But that was not The undertaking might be deemed to be fairly He begged Jearo bow to refer to a different deed of settlement bad yet been signed by a majority of the lie had prepared with legalities to urge upon the therefore what he should say would be more in the way of entreaty than of argument He shoo Id implore of the who had not yet complied with that necessary to join at once iu responsibility with these who bad so spiritedly coma as lie by British who were by nobler motives than base he was can. unced arguments were unnecessary to induce them to that which had so honourably I was the more strongly convinced of like he conld say of those around him - There is not one of you so mean and That hath not noble lustre in his Mr. his worthy friend's question had another an I strictly no riber coald vote until he bad sinned the the order of the to which would at once declare tbe priority of thu parly claiming admission for a Mr. should be very sorry if an Idea went abroad that there would not lie room enough for the number of students which the subscribers were to propose for He was that there would be redundant Bpoc pleased to add his name to the of at the same time expressing much interest in the success of the and announcing his intention of becoming one of the first to libr The Rev. R. H. then and that the Report should be received and entered on the Minutes of the w as and carried A riber then moved that the should and ihe of the 200 Supplemental Shares referred to in the Some having been w hether or not the term had been distinctly by the rose and for the sake of such of the as ha 1 been present when lire and Reverend part of the Report which referred to the lie trusted be all lo state to he n it was that the Council deemed it fur them to have the sanction and of the I n m tu about 1, laO on w htch the required had been there were 120 more subscribed on wh a the had not been but on there could be no d. bt that the deposits be The i; 1 b id arisen out of various accidental d p had gone others hid lett town without having go eii to make the payments required it ir but who cause to ba immediately upon their in He felt competent to hold out t lat by knowing that of the latter was hit Hon. and excellent W. J. Esq. tluc 111 it was hardly necessary for him lo say the Bank itself not laugh and Those two sums concurred in his Hon. Friend's statement and that when any Chemistry for should be so much crowded as lo cause au the number of students would be and a second lecture given and an examination had the second it was determined that there should be no lecture without an No want of accommodation be After a suitable eulogium on the Solicitor to the by Mr. the thanks of the Meeting were voted Oa the motion of a K was that the Report should be and a copy sent to each The Rev. Mr. moved the thanks of Ihe Meeting to Esq. Member of the for his zeal and exertions on behalf of the The Resolution passed Mr. moved the thanks of tha meeting to Ibe Rev. E. A. for his zealous co operation with the and proper discharge of his funi tions as Honorary Secretary The Resolution was unanimously agreed In reply to a question put by a the Noble the building be be ready for tbe reception of students in about IS It was hardly possible U could be said it was not that it should bo ready it an earlier No evil could arise from the delay of or eighteen as a still more important and one which would require much remained to be performed meant the selection of the preparation of those learned persons lor the discharge of their respective There nothing to regret in the that the building would not be completed before the lapse of fifteen or eighteen A Subscriber so far from being dissatisfied at the he felt surprised at its being limited to so short * 2 Mr. A. there was not a shadow of doubt that the University would afford accommodation for 1,500 students in the first and in case the number should extended from 1,500 to 2,000, or 3,000, care would be taken to extend Ihe means of accommodation in Mr. pledge ourselves to that Mr. that in the interim the Clonal would prepare themselves to receive of so that when the University should be ready for he hoped it would possess an excellent The thanks of the Meeting were then voted to the Nobla and to the Lord and Mr. J. Smith behalf of the returned after which the Meeting I of 100 subscribers were The appeared to give general ludicrous instance of modern fanaticism occurred hereon la conformity with tbe ith chapter of one ofthe son of St. this cut off bis beard with a and ihen adjourned to the most central part of the and there performed the operation of and scattering to the wind his monstrous bushy after which with % opt the most he read the and exhorted audience 10 read attentively and the 3d chapter of The novelty of this circumstance occasioned some and it is proper to observe that his face appeared by the curtailment of a nasty beard of two
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