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New Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1822, London, Middlesex No. 6621.1 SEPTEMBER 7, 1822. r EXCHEQUER LOAN South Sea 6th 1822. WHEREAS an Act has passed in the present Session of cap. 86, to amend two Acts of the 57th year of His late and the 1st year of His present for authorising the issue of Exchequer jimJ the advance of Money for carrying on Public Works and and Employment of the Poor and to authorise a farther issue of Exchequer Bills for the purposes of the said Notice is hereby that all applications for Loans under the said Acts by any Body or Bodies Politic or or any Company or or Person or Persons engaged in or desirous of carrying on any Works of a public or for the encouragement of the er the support of any Collieries or or any Trustees of or any Person or Persons proposing to undertake Embankment from the in Great specifying the the purposes to which the same is to and the Security are to be sealed to William Esq. Secretary to the by the said at their Office as Interest upon all Loans advanced umler the provisions of tic above mentioned Act will be at and after the rate of Foca per Centum per Aug. 30. 1822-PH USE are to give That on the 12th September will lie to at His sundry Lots of the following If VICE A ULE tow lying in the said viz Marine Preparative White Essence of pings snna 1 Cask Kum Irish &c. Wine A I of 25 per is to be upon the amount of each lot at the tunc of and the remainder the purchase money to be paid before the Stores are for i a period of H working days will allowed from Ihe slay uf buyers particularly observing fiat not less than one of ihe is to be taken tne fnsi seven and the in the seven o tlie money be and the or remain the property the as no extension of on any be Provisions and Stores may be viewed during the working hours of the on the three days immediately preceding the do of Catalogues mav bv had on application at the sad JOHN ALL PERSONS having any CLAIM or WT M AND upon the ESTATE of RICHARD I VV Esq. of St. are requested to send an Account thereof to Messrs. and Lincoln's CREDITORS of Mr. SAMUEL - late of Guildhall are requested to send the particulars of their Demands to Messrs. and 23, London bridge water Sept. 6. 1822.-Notice is hereby that the BOOK of this Company will be SHUT on TUESDAY the 10th and will be OPENED again on the 1st October in order to make a for the half year ending at Michaelmas 1822 and that the Dividend Warrants will be payable on the said first day of wishing in the regent'S 5-THCE of May 6, 1S22- The Public are hereby that Til PLATES of the ORDNANCE SURVEY of carried on under the Superintendence of the late Major General William and aro now and that IMPRESSIONS them arc on SALE at the ORDNANCE in the of and at Mr. Agent to the at These Plates contain the Counties of and and the greater of and besides portions of other adjoining 11., containing the remaining Parts of Middlesex and and the Country for about Thirty-two Miles West and Eighteen Miles North of will be published in the beginning of with the adjoining Plates will form a complete Map of the Environs of the Pait consisting of Eight containing trie Counties of &c. will be published next and the Work being still in progress according to the original design of giving a Map of Great on a Scale One Inch to a the future Parts will follow as fast as such n Work nil 1 without increasing its annual Gentlemen wishing to procure a Map of the Country surrounding their own by application to at the Ordnance at the where an Index Map will be select any Sheets they please for that letters on this subject addressed to Mr. under a cover to the Secretary of the Board of will be immediately attended By order of the Sec. FOR SALE by at the ou the 26lb day of September 1822, at Eleven o'clock in the the following viz. lbs. 5 1 17 Sheet or Window 11 1 Trov SaLL 1 4 Gallons Spun 12 0 Hun 0 0 0 0 0 1 25 2j 4 8 10 Deal Batten One open And a Quantity of The whole of which may seen on application at the on the Wednesday preceding the day of 28th 1S22. REAL OLD ENGLISH NO and NO FIXED only one of the kind for more than years Hundred and Twenty CAPITAL including Of. 10,000 5,000 5... 10.. 20.. 1,000 500 2........ 3........ 10....... 20........ 6u........ 200........ 400........ 5,000....... And 80 Prizes 5001. and 2001. 10,000 20 000 5,000 10.000 2,000 6,000 1,000 10,000 500........................ 10 000 300 6.000 200...................... 12,000 40 8,000 20 8,000 10 50,000 20,000 NO FIXED DRAWING BEGINS 30th OF Tickets and Shares are selling at all the and by their Agents in every principal Town in the by the Royal Family their Im- penal Majesties the Emperor and Empress of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of and the Duke of by their Especial and most of the Nobility ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL Original and which for many years has been universally admired ard is the best and cheapest article for nourishing the preventing Us falling or turning preserves it to the latest period of life promotes a luxuriant growth on the baldest CURLY produces and makes the curl firm or in damp hair that is harsh and as as and &c during this Oil should be regularly as is prevents the hair being such as fall in g off or changing and retains its beaut v. CHILDREN'S due attention to Children's Hair is oi the greatest This is invaluable it the scurf easy and and is superior to soaps makes the firm in its and fixes a stamina for a head of Price 3s. 7s.; 10s. and Is. per RED Gray Hair on Hie effectually changed to Brown or bv the use of ESSENCE of By merely wetting the hair it immediately produces a perfect Price 4s. it. and 10s. 6d. per Sold by the sole A. Rowland and corner of the first turning on the right in by by all Perfumers and Ask for ROWLAND'S OI ROWLA N D's particularly observe the signature on the label of each sign their trash A. the Genuine is A. & with the No. 1, AH others are Many having been made to the Company for the privilege of ANGLING in the RE WE NT's Notice is hereby that Persons desirous of Renting for this Amusement more of the parts of the Canal stated in the undermentioned are desired to seud their Proposals to the Canal It is proposed to grant the privilege for Twelve Months from Michaelmas 1822, with a complete understanding that this privilege will be only to persons undertaking not to m the Works of the or inn ede in anv way the Navigation From Meeting at Paddington lo the Macclesfield in the Regent's From Bridge to Road including tbe collateral Cut and From i to West End the exception of that part ol the which is between lane Bridge 50 of Maiden E 1st end of Tunnel to Acton's m Acton's Lork to near Mile end From .Vi e end to Road Canal K Great 5th 1 COM M FIT O O M 75, Old 1822. T MEETING oi she COMMITTEE at the City of London August 1H22, for the It ELI the PEAS A NTRY in those Parts of I RE LAND which have been suffering under the pressure of Distress - Thai the sum of 5c001. be granted for the assistance of the industrious poor engaged in the Fisheries of within the districts recently afflicted by the distress of That an sum of be applied in aid of the general contribution of necessary and useful Clothing for the indigent poor of those That the sum of 20001. be allotted for the relief of some extraordinary cases of in particular That the sum of 50001. be granted in aid of the Funds of the Committee of to be applied to the promotion of industry in the distressed districts of the South and West of That the sum of 30001. be granted to the London Society for bettering the Condition of the Poor in and to the Ladies London for the purpose of promoting the industry and the condition of the Female Poor of That this sum of be vented in the Chairman and the Right Hon. J. C for the purpose of carrying this Resolution into That the sum of 40,0001. be appropriated to Encourage and Assist the Employment of the Poor of the distressed provinces of Ireland in the manufacture of Flax and of the materials and machines necessary for thai That the cordial Thanks of the Committee be given to the Chairman for his and for every part of his conduct in the important care 3nd trust confided to the That the Thanks of the Committee be given to Messrs. and for ihe great trouble they have allowed to be given to their and also for their liberal and conduct a period when the urgent demands upon the Committee to exceed the in trie offer to make the advances required free of any JOHN Amount of Subscriptions the 4th September in 2 11 Amount of Subscriptions at several and Towns of and 0 0 to live eight miles out of a respectable YOUNG from 25 to who understands cleaning a must know will be required to drive wait at ami make himself otherwise an undeniable character will be expected from his last where he must have lived at No married man need at Bellevue MRE & LIFE INSURANCE A respectable Young of extensive connections and active and who for some years has been directly and with Insurance desirous to obtain a and from the extent of his his and other particular he hopes his services will be found a valuable and deserving the attention of a liberal post to A. B. No. 117. will be attended SECOND FLOOR for a a Single Gentleman or on Moderate Inquire at 107. PICKED in the last a The Owner may receive the same by applying at the White - If not owned within fourteen it will be sold to pay the September 6. 1 and be DISPOSED stunted AC A on reasonable may be improved Latin ill health heing tbe cause of parting with bv A. at Mr. 117, Great ANK of T HAM be SOLU by or to be rendy an A M I LY VI LLA offices ami kitchen mid * ith affording and and waik 1'u in on Bank of the at May v find at Mr. i PINNING 100 - To be by the LEASK and of a and WOOLLEN moot eligibly for with er on a failing 1 he is chiefly and the in the be to the whole in full with combing and replete with every Twelve years uf the are and at a very low rental of the may be paid in Tor further particulars if bv letter past to 24, THE LITERARY CHRONICLE AND WEEKLY REVIEW 173) of THIS September 7, Reviews of two by Lord Erskine and Charles Brinsley on Ihe Cause of tbe Chinese Novels and Memoirs of Peak Memoir of Sir Academy of by H. Esq. - Bath Hebrew s Lament for and Scientific Published at or Tenpence by 355, Strand and sold by all Early next Winter will he elegantly printed in one volume small 4to. ANTIENT Historical and Romantic translated from the with Notes and By J. G. LL.B. Printed for T. and W. Edinburgh 149,400 0 0 68,000 0 0 Amount of 1203 Remittances in Money to to this Amount of Provisions sent from and and of other and and of Remittances and Provisions from the The purpose of this to the temporary distress of the Western and Southern Provinces of during the deficiency of their accustomed food of accomplished and terminated by the new and abundant Crop ami favorable Harvest of this this Subscription has and the remainder of thp benevolent and liberal Contributions of the Public has been determined to be at once appropriated to various useful application in those Districts Amount ef subscriptions already advertised Further Subscriptions SALE by Private to cover an and seule an a small parcel ef W I N u ell ing any at the very low md agreeable to which miy be tasted at the where the Wine now Dozen in Burgundy at 50s. per 1'Vencl, Red at 44s. per 21 very hue Kast India at 54s. pur dozen 50 Pale at 50s per dozen Old at 3lis. per dozen at 40s. 10 at 5s. per One dozen of the abuse as samples may be obtained on paying for and any quantity forwarded to the Carriers to any part of the regularly and properly or free of within three miles of ou a inclosing a or being addressed to JuSEPH Sworn Wine and Spirit back of 28, NDIA SHAWLS and W. WAITHMAN continue to pive the full value for LONG and INDIA on application at their Shawl and Linen No. 104, corner of where an extensive assortment is constantly on f NDIA VV A ItE H N Is A the fullest value for INDIA GOLD and SILVER INDIA WORKED &C wishing to Exchange their raay be accommodated the most liberal on application at 18, near where au Assortment is on 4 3 19 50 0 0 BOO I 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 4 0 Rev. A. Chees Rev. C. Rev. J. Rev. W. Casson Rev. T. J. Rev. Ev Rev. Thomas Rev. Kirk Rev. Rev. 2 0 6 1 1 0 Rev. D. E. K. 6 S 0 10 0 4 l ii i 0 0 11 14 0 10 6 K. arid AN ALE TIC Public are reminded SALE of the above invented by mv Dr. ts REMOVED from the late Mr. to the House of where only be had It becomes the more ry fecal this to the minds of the as the Sons of my late Atent are now Tending of their own and from tbe length of time Mr. was supplied with the Genuine Medicines by my purchasers may be leil erroneously to that that is still To guard against the ill effects of purchasers are requested to observe that every Box of Pills and every Bottle and Packet of now Reil Government and a Label with my R. G. G. Stild by No. 4, and London No. 20, Edinburgh 54, Dublin and by the principal the United J N. 1>, 4th per Chapel In le 2d Rev. S. Grundy 2d Rev. J. Small From Fry and Co. Catholic North per Chapman and IS 0 0 From and Co. Rev. - Pye 1 5 0 Rev. G. O. 13 2 3 From Li and Co. 1 17 10 From and Co. Rev. 1 St. Rev. C. 1 Twining & Rev. R. 4 Committee begs the attention of and Local to the early remittance of the Collections in their several Churches and They also beg to request liom the Ports and Towns of a return of the amount of their several Collections and Iterant inces to Ireland in Money and they may be included in a future general Report of the and amount of this generous national order of the MICH. t K O V Philips Blight 0 ditto 15 4 T. 2 per Sparks and b per Dr. 147 II 6 Hon. Sec. and 1-L'RNJTL-'lth__ Several large PLATES are an at COOPER and SON'S 9Z, Some of the sizes are ad adapted for large dining rooms anil elegant A large assortment of rich finished and new Glasses of superior colour and the prices reduced beyond former Piste Glass for 4c. this article may also be manufactured as high as 1.T0 by 72 by or to any given Proprietors of Hotels and will lind this Warehouse deserving from its extensive variety of excellent Cabinet and Chair The Upholstery arrangements display same now specimens of peculiar neatness and with the greater advantage of economy in the C. and Son in particular direct the attention of the public to their invented containing certain conveniences to in which all effluvia is carefully -A considerable assortment of Turkey and all other Carpeting on the same Tins Day are in two price 12s. TRADITIONAL TALES of the ENGLISH and SCOTTISH By ALLAN Author Sir a dramatic Sec. Mr. Cunningham is one of happiest imitators of Sir Walter Scott's legendary style and whilst he descends to humble gives them simplicity without The immortal Novelist's praise of his friend as in in is a in our Author's equally honorable to him and to the mighty authority which bestowed Monthly Printed for Taylor and 95, J list price 1/. Is. in SIXTH PA RTof the ENCYCLOPEDIA JL METROPOLITAN on an Original the two-fold advantage Philosophical and an Alphabetical with Engravings by &c A few Copies are printed on superfine royal with impressions of the price One Pound Sixteen The Seventh Part of the above Work will be published in Primed for J. Mawman F. C. and J. Rivington and Joy and G. and and Co. J. Oxford and Deighton and Cambridge and may be had uf all in Town and For VAN and NEW SOU I'll with the utmost a i Regular the fine fast-sailing coppered Ship William burthen 250 tons lying in the London Dock has accommodation for Cabin and Steerage Freight or Passage & 33. being the sole Inventors of the above return thanks to the Nobility and Gentry for the marked patronage they have hitherto and have now to offer for their inspection a most and well selected Stock of their above unrivalled in imitation of with solid silver chased mountings of the must exquisite which for a series uf years answers every purpose ol at less and at one-third the price vend their common plated ware The following may sent as a list of their with silver and double which make eight sauce live guineas and a half per pan soup ten eight and a eight a ice five guineas plated on 7s. per ditto bottle 9s. per telescope per chamber with improved 15s. 3s. 5d. per 25s.; coffee ditto yd. toast 7s. 6,1. King's pattern and forks and with a complete modern stock of second-hand 84, corner o. east india 66. New near and BUCKLAND arc giving the fullest value for INDIA Gold and Silver and other Oriental P.S. desirous of purchasing British Shawls and Scarfs of the first quality and newest aro respectfully invited to inspect the largest Stock in at per under the usual prices for a V e r Tli mTE b e e rs and at 4s. corner of the Saracen's Proprietor having a large Quantity of well seasoned and he is determined to them at the following While 2s. to 2s. 9d. per Grey Is. to per and and all Articles m the Furniture line equally N.B. variety ef ready made which purchasers of Feathers may see filled from trie Store and FOREIGNERS of Singular Curiosities m HONITON and LONG of the most fashionable form for full Likewise a lew great Bargains in and Sprigged Lace Gowns Loud and equal in and of greater durability than foreign Also an extensive of Parisian Lace Dress and at 286. High Holborn Forest and Cheap anl as immediately attended Wedding Suits of at SMITH and well-known FURNITURE corner of Great | from the most brilliant and surprisingly cheap of &c. over submitted to public The numerous forward by Smith and Co. according to annual custom at this are of a character perfectly rare and exhibiting most ingenious mid beautiful specimens of which real intrinsic and moderate admit of no per eti and other lam P fearing his friends and tbe Public not be apprised of the in the of to inform them that he has bought upwards of Tons of the very best Sperm Oil 14 days at the which he is selling for ready money at the fu how hest Sperm 5*.; line 2s. 2d. Greenland per Every desci of most Improved French and English Table and Tatent at the most reduced prices latent and Lamps taken in 111, St. - years i A l n G m A C h i n E s- H. O 1"!' having obtained his Majesty's H nnl tor an improvement in Weighing to recommend them to the as the perfect and useful article lor that purpose ever constructed for and it stands as it instantly shews the any article from Ounce to a Ton without tbe use of thereby time and Being perfectly it may be used in any universal utility must be undeniable for Domestic in Coach Market on at for or for Loading it mar be attached to of a and sheu Weight at the time of it may be also made with a to weigh From its extreme it it scarcely possible to be inaccurate if it ever should be there is an adjusting Screw which will momentarily correct it. begs to Caution the Public against several Spurious Imitations of Ms excellent and useful which arc attempted tube none are on his genuine Patent Principle that have not a label with over the H. having considerable improvements in his feels a confidence in recommending it to tbe as a most complete article for and with economy in by and with a constant supply of from to Twenty Gallons of Hot Waler also arm Closets for airing keeping Dinner heating the Cooking Utensils art and it is a for a Anew Patent Portable Cooking embracing the u d for Ships or situations where there is no and peculiarly for the Foreign Kitchens fitted up mill Steam all the and buildups heated by upon a principle of perfect an Improved Patent Spring Jack to obviate the necessity of weight or The whole may be seen m use at ihe London 89, London and had of must ol the respectable I throughout Ancient Armour repaired and to its original Armour or Let on Smoky SALES MY Wanstead Gobelin the finest beautiful Damask and Velvet Hangings and other R. of Warwick - informs the and the that on Monday Sept. 9, and Two following at he shall effer for at Wanstead Esse the ARTICLES DEFERRED at the LATE together with various uncleared hy order of the The Tapestry is in the finest representing the Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Alexander and at the Tent of Alexander's of the Granicus Telemachus at the Island of and numerous others equally Damask and velvet hangings of exquisite workmanship a few fine among which will be found an indubitable portrait of Petrarch's celebrated by Simone all the valuable sculptured vases and in marble and in front of the mansion and in the pleasure Also a pair of Egyptian marble spiral caps and bases of great choice a matchless Dresden china dinner and dessert service curious Gothic windows of rare old stained a magnificent damask toilet sumptuously bordered with gold formerly in the possession of Joseph Buonaparte in costly slate beds and window velvet and &c. and other fenders find fire invisible two a tithing a the erection of an a melon and numerous other be viewed till the Sale by at 3s. 10 admit two maybe bad aa and of and Messrs. and and of Mr. 170, opposite or reputed of Little - Genteel and Faim and upwards of 907 acres of near SwaSham and By Mr. ROBINS Warwick at on 1 Sept. 26, of 12th Sept. as formerly at 12, Very Valuable FREEHOLD Land Tax redeemed comprising tha or reputed of LITTLE with a brick adapted for residence of a genteel and situate within three miles of ihe excellent of ten of and twelve from in a fine sporting part of the county of and abounding with and upwards of Nine Hundred and Seven Acres ef Pasture in a good state of excellent roads in various and a ule be viewed bv applying on the where particulars may be had i at the Swaffham of Esq. of near karles Hose and and the Red Fakenham King's Norwich at Barton Rutland Cambridge of and at and of Mr. No. 170, opposite and delightful Marino with capital Agricultural with and and wards of Three Hundred and of and beautiful Wood Land with extensive Mr. ROBINS fof Warwick at on Sept. 26, at AVERY desirable comprising a delightful Marine seated on a upon an eminence commanding beautiful and extensive views of the adjacent the Southampton Isle of &c. planned for the accommodation of a family of the first and handsomely fitted with and convenient attached and detached extensive and productive fully and planted principally enclosed by walls clothed by choice and watered by a stream w Inch can be admitted at A good Farm house and planned on the most improved with every sundry and upwards of Hundred and Fifty Acres ot and beautiful Wood cultivated upon the best system of drill and tu excellent condition a most eligible property for a Gentleman fond of country of and aquatic the lands extending to and bounded by the river which is navigable by vessels of considerable burden in a neighbourhood of the first excellent roads in all distant eight miles from five from and eleven from be viewed by applying to of of Particulars may be had and ai tbe and Coach ami thu India and Mr. Bishops Georgo and White King's Guildford and at and of Mr. No. 170, opposite where a Plan of the Estate may be Court Ledge Clements Reach between and Valuable Freehold and under tae Dean and Chapter of nearly Nine Hundred and Ten and the Tithes of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-three Acres of sundry &c. - By Mr. Warwick Regent at on September 26, of 12th as formerly at in One AVery Desirable and a LEASEHOLD A held under the Dean and Chapter of comprising Meopham Court adapted for ihe accommodation of a seated on a lawn surrounded by with excellent dry gravelled convenient good and lodges the Corn Tithes arising from Two Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-three Acres of with six stahles for ten fatting and various Isomer with a farm Clements Reach with farm and various the whole containing nearly Nine Hundred and Ten Acres of capital rich Wood and Hop all lying in a tine part of the County of the Parish on the road from Wrotham to anu io be viewed by applying to Mr. Thomas at Meopham Court of whom Particulars mav be at the Bull Sun. King's Canterbury and the White of Messrs. and and of Mr. No. 170, SALES BY in a fine ' Manor of abounding with and Urge with and and upwards ( Pasture Houghton and from tbe with the Mr. at on Sept. 26, as formerly at AVery Valuable FREEHOLD comprising the whole parish 4t <), abundantly supplied with wster by a through the the Parsonage of two and the the great and small arc held on from tho Chapter of renewable according to viewed by ' whom particulars may be at the Red Duke's Pitt's of Edmund Esq. of near King's Rutland el Mr. Charles of Messrs. and at and of 1TO,. Freehold Land Tax The or Reputed of Capital and amf Wattr a Water Corn a Dwelling &c. nearly Eight Hundred Mr. Warwick at oo 8, at FREEHOLD Land Tax comprising the oj Reputed of stored with &c ' the Capital recently a i the exterior with Bath of a Family of the placed on a commanding embracing rich of tbe Lands laid out in a Park offices of all for three stabling for eight loose cattle and cart most excellent and planted with choice peach melon a substantial ' with containing bailiff's gardener's tool &c an orchard newly &c Farni with cattle and cart rounded by thriving with dry gravel tie whole well supplied with excellently guod and Parcels of water and dry and Wood about Three Hundred Acres in productive dry and water opposite side of the and a Residence for a neatly fitted mth and an excellent walled firm with large cattle and cart &c. Ac. a Corn Mill with three pair of capital head of and situate near Ihe Kennel and and near the Turnpike a neat Dwelling Heuse a farm and sundry of and Pasture containing upwards if Two Hundred let to Mr. Joseph as tenant year to Part of Denford Monti lo possession Mrs. a good Farm with and and sundry of Meadow and Arabia about One Hundred and Seventy under an for six years from Michaelmas 1*18; Remainder ef North containing upwards of of Meadow and Arable and a on lo for seven years from 1817.- The * situate on the high seven miles one from Hunger and sixty-three from in the County of the Lands pleasingly and richly ornamented with wood lands and a ' healthy part of the i and near packs eligible Property for by any day between hours of Eleven and applying W 5 Mr. the on the where Particulars be and at the Hungerford and Marlborough White Hart and King's 6T Messrs. and of and at and of Mr. Warwick opposite where Tickets may be Leasehold and ' Mr. at the Auction on Thursday September 12, at in TWO Substantial and LEASEHOLD with desirably Nos. 13 and 14, opposite the Mitre only two doors from Aldgate of the annual value of 951. held under the City of London for 60 years at a frilling of 10s, each a ' Leasehold House and Chemist's situate In tbe preferable part of let on lease to Mr. at a low rent of 301. per annum a Leasehold House and Old-established China on lease to Mrs. at alow rent of 151. per a Leasehold House In near the Ship on lease to Mr. at a low rent of 101. 10s. per annum and a House in near tbe Methodist to Mr. Dawes at 12.'. 12s. per tbe whole of the above held for 47 yearn nt small a House and Baker's No. 39, Kew let to Mr. 301. per held tor 44 years at a of 51.10s. per and Ten small Leasehold Houses In New let to tenants at will at 861. 8s. per annum held for 35 years ut the trilling 61. 6i. for the be viewed till the Sale with leave of the and Particulars had of Mr. Freehold Manor and at in the County of Messrs. TUDOR and in the Town of on September at Four in two unless previously disposed of in the mean lime by Private in which case due notice will be Lot i. A I-L that ihe MANOR or LORDSHIP of with its and and all that MESSUAGE or MANSION called with the and Workmen's surrounding the containing by admeasurement 545a. 3a.'l4jp. be the same more or of and Wood situate in tho parish of in the county of and now in the occupation of as tenant at together the in Churches of 2. suage and with the Pieces and Parcels of Land thereto at containing by 10a. 4r. tu the same more ar now in the of the said Mr. er bis under Estate is exceedingly within a ring and is now let at the very low and lately reduced rent of per A considerable quantity of thriving Oak and other Forest Trees are growing on ihe and a of coal has partially runs under the is commanding varied and extensive views over tho adjacent country is well supplied with game and and lies between the two turnpike roads leading from Shrewsbury to and is within one mile Irom the River ten from the county of four from sight and twelve from The whole is subject tithes and land Estate may be viewed application Mr. and any further information required may be had on application to Messrs. Dukes and at whose Office a Plan of tbe Estate may be Reversionary Interests in Personal and Life By Messrs. M UNN and at the Auction on September 12, at in Three Lot 1. ABSOLUTE REVERSION A Principal Sum of FIFTY payable on the demise of a Widow in the year of hi and also ibe Absolute Reversion to part of the Principal Sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred payable within six months after the demise of a ia the of her 2. A Policy of Assurance in the London Life Association for Five Hundred on the Life of a Gentleman now in the year of his opened in the year one thousand eglit hundred and Loi 3. A Policy of Assurance in tbe Equitable Assurance for One Thousand with all the accruing on the Life of a now in the forty-second year of his opened in the year one thousand eight hundred and at the Auction Lloyd's CoHee and Messrs. Munn and near the Royal
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