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New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - November 6, 1826, London, Middlesex BEACON Nov. 4 has there is great reason has disappeared loss 4ha prove ' ' 2, 18SO. and Warrant of the Royal Widows for Rel ic of of the tHh 7T"=r---------------- on MONDAi mm 4he,fi0fm6/l& art And Notice U tUt requested to be Paid their ' J. BRITISH No 88414 NOVEMBER 1826 ( PRICK B OP o' VILLIAM THE DOWALL and of Notice that MEETING CREDITORS of thf lata Firm of end of be the House of Agents for the No. 10, on the November at for One o'clock to receive of the Proceedings of the and of the final Award of on of the late Firm on the late the and aho to consider of the necessary arrangements Dividend of lo Je among the Creditors of that I Oct. 31,1820. MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF 1. ' of being urgently solicited - to &c. for the Destitute the Manufacturing this Committee earnestly invite Benevolent LOAN of or in to be used aa Depots for the of audi of ibe above description aa tho PaMk may incline them to W. H. Sec MANUFACTURERS' MEETINGS tlie COMMITTEE for RELIEF of the DISTRESSED heU at No. 19, on the fallowing On 30th JOHN Esq. in the Chair It was that Grunts be To Dear for Clothing - To Yate and near ditto - To near - - - To additional grant - 5(> - - - 40 On JOHN Esq. To ior Clothing - 160 ditto 50 To 100 To for - 100 On Nov. 4, Esq. in tiie To near for Clothing SO - - ditto - - 10: neAr for - SO To Nen Church in grant 100 To new for ditto 15 To Rev. for ditto 60 Applications to the Committee must be addressed Francis j Esq. and W. H. for ' by PRIVATE on tbe Present State of the United divided into the and with the of the into and all other kinds nf Surface unfit for the Production of Grain or as to which improvements may be effected most conducive to the public and amelioration of the distressed situation of the Work inn Opinions on the Existing Obstacles to ltn in Empire and on tbe on and Slave and Currency the Corn and of Expense attending the Growth of Corn in England and ihe North of with a General Outline of the Political Economy nf tbe European WI LLIAM Civil Engineer and 40. letters on the subject to be post Y A BROOM sung by Miss com Lo nosed H. R. price 2s.; A. B. sung by Love and Signor de composed by J. price 2s.; No the by John price Is. The Bonnie the b5 Mrs. 2s.--Thc Public arc respectfully cautioned that the original Buy a is Ihe one composed by H. R. and 20 SELLING under prime the STOCK of PLATE and best SHEFFIELD PLATED of J. No. 7, who is relinquishing that branch of the on account of its interfering with his extensive Stock of superior Town-made Guns and in addition to be has just an elegant Shooting Gallery for the amusement of Noblemen and Gentlemen Pistol on a similar plan to those now so fashionable in COVENT FREE ADMISSIONS every Performance for the may be purchased .at W. Subscription SL PRIVATE by in the most desirable ARTIFICIAL W. BEACALL and Mr. 13, with made the science of Artificial where Mechanical contrivance is their peculiar continue to supply the Loss of with Natural or in a superior without the least from a single Tooth to a complete at little more than one half the usual if so disco and rendered white and without pain or to the and etc ly operation on the Teeth and Attend at fiom ten till BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS ALETTER to JAMES Ins Proposal the Lans of Real and Substitute a New Rv ED. B- Esq. London Printed for J. and W. T. Clarke Portugal arid John and A N Ih tne 3 post 8vo. M A C K * S A nor srt down in ROUG H j In post NOTES taken some i apid SALES BY Near W in Patent Brick about Ihe soil of the order for the production cf the very best Suffolk nnd the be SOLD by by Messrs. at on of at by direction of the THE ESTATE is part and the the situation exceedingly inasmuch as it is tut a mile from the with a gantle declivity all the a turnpike road incloses tbe larger portion the in very to build Property includes about TWENTY-EIGHT ACRES OF the soil of the finest fr it is hardly to produce tbe highest in the London nnd their adaptation lo the New Churches will be erected in the succeeding muft ensure from this source alone a there is a pit on the tried to lire i of sixty a of eighty t wash Livo brick and in fine every tiling and this enterprise to U he here to apeak of the bricks which recently are t3 and exceedingly to ennst them flie earth is already and prepared for in all the material for conducting THE BRICK COMPANY'S ESTATE SALES BY valuable Theatrical comprising an Wardrobe uf the every li and all the expensive the Travelling be SOLD by Messrs. on Tuesday and the 5th and 6th of arranged in Lota to meet tbe views of Masquerade THE extensive and exceedingly valuable and DAGES of RICHARDSON'S including thing tor Dramatic the Caravans for the and all the requisite materials used in erecting temporary Theatres in PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF j mere outline of which can only be Tbe Wardrobe is of the brtt and in excellent state of preservation as to ic with of the two Patent Theatres it includes several complete eash SO in of the and other with the necessary character crimson in dress which ran lie required in the The Scenery is of the first rale by those well known sen. number about 70 10 feet 8 inches high by 14 feet representing scenes of with three sets of sii stage two portable and an infinity of corresponding set The Properties include those of particularly fur Der the ready to commence its operations on the return of the across the and among the | There is an client Cottage Villa and corresponding offices in A AN Captain FRANCIS BOND the Commissioner of the Rio Plata Mining for John ' OCTAVO EDITION OF MAJOR DEN HAM'S with 36s., a Second Edition of THt TRAVELS and in NORTHERN and CENTRAL By Major Captain and the lata Doctor Printed tor John Uie BRITISH at WASHINGTON and NEW OR in tbo vears 161-1 and 181a. 12i. By Uk Author of the Printed for on LAWS of REAL with the of a By JAMES ol 1'is. for ln -A post (i I. TIIK TOR By the Author of Oh was love not the same joy and glory and shame ' I know I ask if in that 1 bot know that 1 love whatever thou Thomas Printed for Henry 8\ New moved from Condnit In one vol. post 8vo. THE a Narrative uf his Military and Edited by in post urice 9s. 6d. A SECOND EDITION of the ADVENTURES of a YOUNG By Printed for Henry New from by to in a few days will be io two 8vo., with a by from a Picture by Sir Thomas 2Ss. MEMOIRS of tUc LIFE of Ma By JAMES BOA interspersed with - advertised 3d. r George Per and Co. Rector of Wyke Aon Wigg - 10 Derset 0 Mary - 0 Per Barnetts and Co. Martin Williams - 1 0 | Brass - 5 received by all the Bankers Tn Town and By JAMES Esq. to lbc i at of her Mr. j - * J 1 Printed fof Henry New moved Uniform with the inll price THE HERMAN NOVELISTS Talcs from ancient and modern Authors in that from the earliest to close of the Eighteenth century with aod Biographical By THOMAS Esq. for Henry New with The in I vol. post 9>. ME M O I R S of A A N T it. tlw FRENCH by Coin arising his Adventures in &C. from 18a') to 1823. for Henry New the centre of tlie | Particulars he had days prior to the sale of Mr. on the Premises at the Inns at Woodbridge While of Mr. 19, at the j and of Messrs. where of the product of are on Notice of Extensive by Direction of his Honour the banks respectfully informs the the 23d dav of November t-e to PUBLIC SA at the M rt. divers CO P V and LEASEHOLD PROPERTY GROUND REN and severally situate lit Bexley and m the of Kent in county of Much Leish and in i nf in of Middlesex and in the and .i to in Government 1'rti.ied be had of Messrs. and New Bank Messrs. Lira of Messrs. I. T. and of Mr. George Survey St. at the principal Inns on line roads t he and at the Offices of J. at the and 11 between the and be SOLD by hy Mr. JOSEPH at the Auction on Nov. 23, at in Two Lot 1. M BRACES a very ' respectable TAGE at containing four comfortable bed drawing and dining two butler's neat entrance wine and other cellars there is also a coach and lore stable and extending upwards of 2J0 leet in and of ' the yearly value of eighty held by lease for eighty from 1825, and a ground rent of 1 Lot 2. A COTTAGE of similar character and with coach held for the like term of eighty at 12/. ground May be viewed until the Particulars had on the respective Red Green Finchley Wellington and at the Offices of Joseph Auction and Raf the site of the Oid Ship be SOLD by hy Mr. J. at the on Nov. 8, at Valuable LE AS E of a very Capital FA DWELLING large Glazed Front V. and PR late in the occupation of Mr. J. aod Porter abutting and in the of the same having been erected with most excellent and substantial and are admirably well adapted for a Public House or Wine held un lease for a term of eighteen y ears at a rent Of 40/. per May be viewed until tbe Printed Particulars had on the and at the Offices of Mr. J. 48, Auction and lour Compact in the Albion near Stoke New n j all of the most valuable and completed Try 01 win oc louna upon tlie | the The banners of every pantomime and basket work properties of tvery eight two four China Likewise Ihe six large nine flat top six wind-up enclosing 1(10 feet in 40 sea Holding thirty feet 20 strong 23 pair of large six feet immense quantities of green May n viewed a week antecedent to the and descriptive Catalogues had Messrs. To be in all the valuable and complete by Bolton and a thirteen feet circular Veneer and the whole of Ihe admirable of the iw Mills m St. be SOLD by by o0 Ihe on Nov. 14, at in various and for within a given HE celebrated connected with tin SAM No. the whole of which is in most excellent and was erected by one of the first Engineers in Ht an expence greatly exceeding It will be Miry perceptible lhat the most approved have bt en combined in tlie construction of Ihe whole of m .i hini i w hich comprehends a Steam of Twelve by Bolton aod in a feet diameter Veneer Saw with all the tor hy Cam and a double deal with standards a double timber frame with and frams v. and apparatus feet Diameter Oik lately erected with pipes Hnd The Apparatus of a 110 fret in consisting of two with their all the gear attached to the above as and all tbe necessary tools for working the May be rd till the Sale the morning of which the Machinery will be on work and Catalogues had on tlie at thr Sheffield the Hen and Birmingham the principal Inns al and of Messrs. Cov Modern Spoons and tine Gold and Silver Guns by Cut Steel Sword be SOLD by by Messrs. at their and following at iu several Dozens of table and dessert spoons and also very fine goW and some by superior variety of neck and watch plated bread tea and coffee superior double several rich cut steel dress i black and blue in convenient and pelisse rosewood counting two Court some good and new May be viewed and Catalogues had at the The Exhibition of the at the Egyptian MESSRS. ROBINS very respectfully announce to ihe lovers of the Fine as well as those w bo are not disinclined to realise a large annual income by means of that they are directed to SELL by at the Egyptian in on Nov. 18, at ol the M1 I J line THE MUSIC in the admired popular Comic TWO HOUSES of now per forming at the Theatre composed by J AUGUSTINE is just When is and of sung by Mrs. Aak not my Love was once a little sung by Miss Oh ne'er with such do young maiden hearts do Jf love's dream be sung by Mr. Oh do you way light vows of woman's sung by Mr. For love and beauty's Love has its by Mrs. Geesin and Miss I've in dreams to the snag by Mrs. Geesin and Mr. Serenades are pleasant comic sung by Miss Cubitt and Mr. Io what new home does love now echo sung by Horn and Fair moon on tree and sung by Mrs. Geesin and Mr. With love and sung by Mrs. Geesin and B rah am. To be had of F. T. La to his 50, New in a few in 3 post SERIES ol TALES AR A Printed for Henry New Burlington moved from In 2 With a U. ho of the of HENRY By A T. Printed for mid Mrs. Thomson appears lo have entered on her fcai and and she may be decl lo have performed it with Mon In 3 8v-o. with and a Map of the y chiefly from original anil recent also a Map of shewing the ancient divisions of the price 2/. 15s. HISTORY of the By AMES GRANT lata Political Resident at Resides the records of the Governments of Ponna and and those of tbe English East India the authorities for this work are from a great variety of authentic hitherto inaccessible to the Printed for and In 3 8vo. price 1/. THE BOOK of H Popular Illustration nf the general and Phenomena of in ils Unorganised and its Corporeal and By JOHN MASON M.D. The work is certainly the best philosophical digest cif the kind which we have Printed for Of whom may he hv the same The STUDY of Second Uige 3/. 15s. In 12mo. LITTLE WORLD of numerically designed for exercising tbe and as an Introduction to the Arts and Natural Belles etc. - By CHARLOTTE MATILDA Novel in its excellent in ils and most praiseworthy in its this Little World of is truly what it professes to or rather beyond being h mere it is an able Instructor in Natural and July 1, 1820. Printed for and jui v. III 1, * producing a present income of per ann. Twelve o clock ( hy means of one of the 1 in this held for be by by Mr. being necessitated to celebrated JOSEPH at the Auction on 23, at 12; the Estate is Laud Tax and comprises I embracing eight exceedingly fine Paintings by Stanfield and Desirable 110 V S containing com- 1 of which it be truly tbe is suck that it ki i. i i i he seen be it were in vain to dining and par - e ' I n i i i a attempt to and in Ibis and with n a con v a lei part and lie 1 - n j e- ' r ii r .i i the most con Messrs. Robins are desirous of the occupation of the of the i. i i ii i i ii i i u i i ing 7 be include Ike City ol J linn One Hundred tn bed by tor K. t ii i j i mid the Hoy Is the Castle Ion BDd I a ti rm one liuni red and Iroin I r i i i i Net rv the City of and to t lst ami at a low ground j u-u I viewed till the application lo Mr. on The advantages lo be by hi the Three ' the principal towns in England II so .i u i i ii iii ' that it w i be a moat superfluous lu notice it. Cock and ( Is - i i l j i f i v. Mav be v wuh t at U. to be had in al e s r. I 1h, Mail and Messrs. Robiss Freehold The and extensive Slock uf Bricks and of the W lute be hy AUCTION i Patent Brick on their Estates at Legh and at the on be SOLD by by Messrs. Nov. at by direction vv ith the ion ' the And ion opposite the on Nov. sent of the of Mr. Robe t a Bankrupt in 29, at io Lots suited to the and j A BOUT SIX MILLIONS and a HALF of 4 DWELLING and on tbe Estute at in tbe quality of JjL being No. 22, White j which is they are desirably placed in ten 0 u stacks contiguous ti the about 1,000 Load of and on the Estate at in fiom the there are upwards pf 900,000 of tiie yearly value of Three Freehold of a similar adjoining the completely and when are computed to per 3ii 0 0 THE nrr THE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER WINE and SPIRIT No. 16, op St. Martin's have constantly on yearly - 0 0 May be viewed until tbe and printed Particulars had on the Premises of Mr. Solicitor to the Stepney and at the offices of Mr. J. Auction and Freehold Ground amounting to 53/. per from Six Dwelling be SOLO by by Mr. JOSEPH at the on at in One FREEHOLD mounting to arising from six Dwelling 3, 1, and 5, and Nos. 13, 14, and 15, Tim in the county of 1-t un lease to Mr. Gibson and Mr. for a term of lit y 1'i.nled Particulars mnv be had on the respective Premises and ihe Offices of Mr. Joseph Auction and Fine Books of ba SOLD by AUC by Mr. il Ins House me mere are THE VERY BEST SUFFOLK be necessary to remark their to Ibe new which ill shortly be in The total quantity near EN MILLIONS AND A HALF OF and six months will allowed llm purchasers for their removal from the 1st of Catalogues maybe had fourteen days prior to sale on Ihe also at the Inns at the Auction of Mr. No. 4:1, and of Messrs. At in Patent Brick Company's containing Acres of the Brick Earth the River forming its boundary on one and the High Road the with the Iron Railway for placing the Bricks on and at an inconsiderable be by by Messrs. opposite the on Ihe 291h of at by direction of Ihe aod THE Valuable FREEHOLD BRICK exceed 30 of a soil w lach one j experience has - - - T price 6d. RAVELS and ADVENTURES on the the CASPIAN with some Account of ihe nnd Resources of those By JAMES B. Esq. Author A Tour in the 4 russia Gr. et Lat. Wes Mountains &c. Julii 2 large paper Printed for and best edition Thesaurus by Mr. il Ins No. 3, 1*R~"," T that di on Nov. 7, and Three following the of thn and giving the Historical LIBRARY of a Gentleman retiring into the ] ' - - country Gr. et Lat. 2 c- to Ditto Crusted 42s. 5 to 8years in Pale and - Brown 48s. JUil India 48k 0;T, Jamaica per Per Sparkling 84s. and of the first quality 90s. St and sparkling 9Gs. Red 1 &c. Tree aod Co. has made 2 large Clarke's Travels in II valuable additions to onr knowledge of and gained 21 old ted to rank as the very to whom we owe n distinct view din's Bibliographical 3 large papet British any considerable part or Persian 15 elegant extra 50 vols Rev No. 80. - Froissart and s 26 uniformly Edinburgh 3S Quarterly I a pp a 1 ' 1 v-c 38 large collation 5tc. To which is a on the MEANS ly Spanish Books and the - - ' at Periods of in Cases of to various Constitutional in temperaments of in Disorders of the and daring by &c M.D. Fellow or the of fitc Printed for and Of THE MEDICAL lot the Use of the Heads of and younk Practitioners embracing tbe latest Discoveries in The Uth 10i. 6d, from Spain which will be found many vulu able works relating lo Soula To be and Catalogues had at the place of the Nov. and live following Mr. TAYLOR wHI peremptorily SELL by PUBLIC an extensive Collection Of Valuable including the Writings of the most and Standard Authors in the English io Department of and Art. The Works are in excellent many in elegant and the whole warranted Catalogues are ready for SAL Freehold and Twelve AMost Deniable Land Tax a capital erected Family with spacious light arid paved eligibly situate 23, io tie preferable part of little The presents a neat and is io the most perfect state of bed neatly with and a water two drawing statuary marble chimney breakfast excellent boarded and cellaring for w and paved by handsome folding excellent lofty with from and right of way Tbe Premises may be and at the place of of Mr. Lothbury and Stevens and 3C, Old ' be SOLD by by STEVENS at the Auction on 34, at by order of the Excellent Roomy Dwelling very eligibly situate No. 3, to containing a five good bed with dressing 1 aod convenient with two parlours and with a private entrance to the dwelling The Premises are held on lease for of 41 were at Michaelmas at the very low rent of 47/. per May be and Particulars at the place of of Messrs. and and of Stevens and 36, Old valuable Freehold with extensive be SOLD by by STEVENS and at the Auction 00. 24; at in One by order of the of dw AVery FREEHOLD No. 8, in. the of Mr. John extending 74 feet Cinches in with spacious arched capable of slowing away forty pipes of wine in the and spirit and paved The Premises bave occupied as one Dwelling but are at a trifling of being restored to two distinct front Dwelling which has been erected in the substantial contains four good bed with roomy and a water drawing room and finished with statuary marUe light counting and The back Dwelling Hoose contains six good bed with convenient and dining excellent private wine and coal and beer May be viewed with tickets and Particulars had at the of sale of Sandys and Mr. 19, and of Stevens and 36, Old Valuable be SOLD by by Mr. at his No. 93, on Thursday Nov. 9, and nine THE Valuable Collection of BOOKS of the late Mr. J. H. Foreign Bookseller to the inv 7 coloured 1788; Redoute et G 2 in plates beautifully beautifully coloured by Stirpes 2 in I; Miller's in 4to.; Costume of the plates original 1780; Philosophical and continued at A moat extensive of and Theological HOUSES to be SOLD and by Mr. at hiB Auction and Estate 15, To be the LEASE of a very desirable in complete containing dining breakfast and third three handsome drawing and six bed nnd dressing with convenient domestic offices in the and coach house and Tobe of a convenient consisting uf good entrance dining and back two good drawing and sit bed with suitable domestic It ia only a few Aeon from and ia lately finished front a thorough REGENT'S To be Let 00 consisting of two drawing and aod a front and back The House is fit and the rent very To be Let on at a very moderate a compact containing two two drawing and six bed with &c and a back The Furniture may be taken at a if To be or the Lease and Furniture to be of a moderate sized two roomed fitted up with taste and Tow situation ia very and within five walk of either of the To be for a short or long a capital Family consisting of five sitting and nine bed or dressing with offices uf every The House is in complete and fit for Immediate To be handsomely or tbe Lease and Furniture to be of a most superior Family suitable for the of a family of the 6rst Tlie House contains four silting rooms and thirteen bed with attached and detached offices of every and fourteen acres of land in beautifully laid and well stocked with fruit 6cc. For further and Cards to apply to Mr. 15, MADEIRA W I JN Per 15s. Per Imperial 6s. PeT Quarter drawn eff containing 22 6s. Cask for which the money will be returned when sent This Wine is warranted to be and also to be superior to the general character although said at prices ranch Thompson and Fearon that it be in tbe and it ia delivered by them end condition immediate the wilt both in quality and in in the its when kept in a large and in the from -a uf the great and expenses which are inseparable from g r ih addition to when purchased at per Gallon or per Quarter the rate of cost will be under la. per oe uu 01, HENRY B. Entrances W the and up the adjoining ana also on the right hand up and only Establishment is that on and they have further to that should not the articles ordered meet with the expectations and the entire approbation of the the together with every expense of vrill be ouch as the meadows are all on a gentle declivity to the for a considerable giving the facility to the conveyance of the produce to the London and there is an iron railway of convex and in tire yard lo judge of the capability of the it may suffice lo that 600,008 bricks per week are made without any unusual in ordinary adds so nun lo the is in great abundance on the within twenty yards of ihe a dock is also in a forward slate of preparation there is beside a well 400 feet and stabling for 14 store large tanks of and brick whole are of the best and judiciously These are a few only of the innumerable that will be manifest on TiIE PATENT BRICK COMPANY'S and it be without incurring the risk of judicious and economical a moderate capital will be employed with the an immense the vv hole ofthe connected a rate establishment of this nnd of the will be sold at a valuation to the By this the Brick Company's Estate will be ready compete the most as soon as the season for exertion shall There is earth made and prepared 1 ami n besides upwards of ten millions of bricks soiled and vrill be 21 days prior to of Mr. Southend and Gravesend of Mr. 40, bury nt Die Auction and of Messrs. where from both estates are THE WESTERN Regent's and at the LONDON of the CABINET No. 71 Corner of LEADEN opposite and which has been Established upwards of Seven For ready and no Abatement Tbe Trustees and respectfully inform and that they still Conduct the Establishment ior the Benefit of and Ingenious Mechanics have large by offering their Manufactured Articles .in the Cabinet of Ihe best and Cheaper than hy any House in no other pro tit being required than to satisfy the Warehouse Rent and incidental being satisfied with constant to enable them to support their The following is a specimen of the Low Prices asked all Goods Mahogany 4 Tent Mattress to Mahogany Drawers with solid ends Eight Mahogany Feather Beds free from dust and 12 P 5 0 Ditto Mahogany Horse Harr A of Paper at Furnished at a few days and ia a few expense except the Appr in Country Estates The Committee of this return their thanks to the and in the patronage bestowed on Society ' 1 6 1 1 2 ID 6 10 8 ft 8 8 8 8 6 10 nearly Half 0 0 0 0 1st of the after deducting for received w w
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