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Observer Of The Times (Newspaper) - April 15, 1821, London, Middlesex APRIL Just small Just KF w Six The Game MAP of the SEAT of WAR in The The Sharper I do know Kinsmen of three at the that By this so sickened their that never They shall abound as Printed for and s of the Successive of the By Leigh IMPROVED SPECTACLE v to prc Oid to bail only tho and the Public he was employed by the late for a number of as of since his death has at tkf above where Improved arc only that have given such general satis in Lon don and ail parts of the A and on the may hj by ii ju i Just by John Medical in cue wita o Copper price SYNOPSIS of the various KINDS of PARTU with Practical Remarks on the Manage ment of EL Lecturer OR Third with considerable and an Ap of illustrative Cases anil By the same price A Dissertation on of the Womb including some on estra Uterine Just published by John Medical Soho and and Sta in 1 Second with Addi price ELECTRICITY and GALVA containing a Series of over a Sd with ihe for the Lse ot those who are of acquainted with that branch of Illustrated with y By JOHN Philosophical of the Philo sophical Societies of Holland an AND DRESSES ON fully informs hrr friends j ani tte in thai nil in a well larpe Horl which is to selt at von KW and of every np particularly a of nil in great st tante and the most h H in the LONDON THE NEW LONDON COURSE OF EXCHANGE April 13 t 12 14 Ditto at Rotterdam Antwerp Hamburgh Altona 3 days sight Ditto Bordeaux Frankfort on Maine 2 Madrid Cadiz Bilboa Barcelona Seville Gibraltar Leghorn Genoa 12 11 3 12 16 12 ii Si 38 7 8 85 80 2 2fi 15 15 10 20 86 35 354 i it H next door to i Just published by John in 1 price GENERAL of By by the sama A Sketch ofthe xf frlic Directions for Per sons who havn au Suspended mounted en a or iiv Lisbon Oporto Rio Janeiro Baina Dublin Cork 49A 49 65 8 per April Portugal in coin Foreign in bars New Doubloons r New v in standard 0 3 17 104 000 0 4 10 0 1 1 very 51 51 ilOs 51 Us to 51 17s 5118s to 61 for the n on ani in Prize i also of the nobility and 181GV eize 35 feet by 21 will be opened for Public Exhibition in a al Bullocks Great invention is Egyptian have by it most impure j Catalogue Descriptive with etched and by si peri nr Tvo Hum in twentyfour I Is use Js highly r ity in the on in is Vts out of repair iii occupies a space i exceeding two The patent of in son r leaden very low rf to each 1 approved fo or tra v ii it i ni or v ii iie nl Manufactory if is M ia a whole i f the of bv Cora o of bougie or short i v ill 1 i will Ill J Il Ail to Le The the tf 252 gall without 231 301 2ol 701 South 221 per 301 in Jamaica 3ds 2s 3d to 2s 5d 18 to 2s 5d to 2s 8d j 22 to to per last of 351 to 371 Irish 321 to Sol 46s to 75s 63s to MQs French 5Ss to Cog s Market per Is to Od to 3s i 2s id to Steady per Jamaica 21 18s 31 4s to 31 7s 31 105 to 31 s 31 is to 41 and 21 17s to 31 31 3s to 41 4s 21 17s to 31 ISs East India 1cs to 114s U 14s to 21 refined to 9os 419s a A cure for and in tbe calamitous result Hf a certain Jn require u series of to of ihe treatment in too well known attention of those method of lc or thf word of promise ROWLAND and SON the it io ilic true anl is on the label of each battle of ROWLANDS and which for has 23s to 24s Od Is to per or fid aOAd Colouring pa a 12Acl Fine Yellow a per per 13S 351 a 4S1 Lisbon t i 4 Brown and 201 a 001 white 201 a 351 per u 2s 4s 3s a 3s Od 8s a ot liis during hr if i lung ami prac he is enabled to pre at mit Innu be adduced of the siipe has been found to pre by public bren addition io those consolatory Early will be equally fortunate in re viving slumbering energies of the human whish andr if not timely frequently render nugatory iisi very of From this desolating state c and by re the tone and elasticity to the is happy Jo convey the most jo a glossy and permanent A considerable remained over from brown or tlie exact Wednesdays and in addition to which we bad a Kaly and of a rs ria that the of both dy in the moans only Kady is of both leJers meet ia opposite one of leads into nearly opposite General Twopenny into Advice gratis to the IE IN town I a on When Lunnun town I Good I how folk amazed mo Far seme I ith boots so they back the 1 at them sike By they almost crazed Fol de a njan that to quite I axed if folk wore boots of He said mv brains were cracked ail For it was Warrens That sike a jetty gloss did And the bright hoofs that shone so By Warrens Jet were blacked Ful de To see the en I I mun Avvi boot they displayed A and Sir 5 in bright I saw A at lie no doubt j Aad me Fol de Since thus my money was preserved the by the thought that Warren well deserved My gratitude unfading And so I took in And off I trudged to And of Warrens Black whacking hamper laid Fol de shining and brilliant prepared by London An sold in every Town in the in and in Pots and Pot of Paste is equal to Four Shilling Bottles of Ask for WARRENS al j arrivals this morning from but the demand which cures the and j bring very the sales were extremely the teeth fren from pain to the j even of the finest at Mondays latest Sold and fr the inferior samples could not got off at an abate by the sole Rowland corner of quarter in fact the prices are quite no The trade 7as very at a decline of per per quarter the arrivals being far Beans and Peas the iV is no al te rat i APRIL There a good supply of all descriptions of 0attle at The British brig from by i this of meal is lower the Chilian n j The fall of this mornings market is i a sreat supply of Irish and the market was turning on right in by by all Perfumers ana LLOYDS LI and the vessel up u few MARCH here from dated S By an 1thr that the j Spanish brig war lnl arrival and reported io have 50 h and touched at Algiers on the by the nish Consul thai ho ready for and as the aid t The the to the Dutch commodore in ii he would sorn procter Io of til The of and is to have boon by tlie afler having of part of tho in a ner The mutt r was at just as he was on the point of The for the Mutton Veal Gd to 45 Sri Pork Od to 5s 4d Od of November and lias not A to htr was late ly up cfi county of 20h AY arrived here on the 3il instant froni ha the whole of hir She was nye HI the sf in dreadful and a Her cargo landed will be sold bv Sheep In hay there the Straw and clover per our last quotation 34 to U Os to 5i to PRICES OF Ss Redheugh Moor 3os Main Main 3ls Bell and 43s fid I 433 ships at Bags 50s to 56s to PRICE OF Stewarts Norih flir General from Rio Janeiro on the il for and put back on the i 40 being The fnr put into Portsmouth witli loss of anri which was carried into Port Isaac on the 21st been brought into this Throe one of wine have picked up on this a boat has been picked up marked also a hogshead of red wine The city of from New to which at in Octo was got afloat on the 10th and was to proceed Io mouth in company with two 7S Ships at AMERICAN per 6Si to 102 to t from Hamburgh lo Oporto ran on shore on but was got off after nd Kiti of an an per per 100 Io no The above with from 1st of siana six per with from the 1st of Bank shares 23 with from 1st of COUNTRY LIVERPOOL APRIL per 7sGd to 8s 3d 45 ifa s per 321 a 331 about 4QO bags and K chor and and proceeded to to put j into Ramsgate on with The from was on siore at j Dungeness on but was trot j having experienced tremen sid having had sis feet in her JSs to 54s 22s a 26s 44s to 56s 20s to 28s ISs a 43s to 52a 20s to 23s 4 is to 56s 21s to 26s 18s to 50s to 58s 22s to 26s 19s FROM THE LONDON APRIL The King has been pleased to appoint Vice Admiral Sir Richard Goodwin Knight Grand Cross of the most honourable Military Order of the to be Master of his Hospital at in the county of and also one of the Commissioners or Governors in the room Admiral Sir John CROWN APRIL Member returned to serve in this present Borough of The Right George commonly called Lord Commission in the Central Glamorgan Troop of Gentlemen and Yeomanry signed by the Lieutenant of the County of Lloyd Vaughan to be 4th of BANKRUPTCIES William Thomas and Thomas Muscovy George Barnard Lisson to surrender April and May at at Joseph April May and at at Soho ami Anr drew Thomas April at and May at at the Royal Alexander and and New May and May at at the Black Bull New Morton and Grays and Now William May and at at the George Liverpool and Blackstock and Ralph May and at at the Commercial Chancery lane and Thomas April and May at at the Red Brere and John Shuckford April at and May at at the Bell and Ma and Lin John My April and Alay at at the White Hart Ely and John late of Leicester May and at at and Car Thomas halma April May and Swain and Old May Walter Paul and James Drum of the city of Joseph Cheap Samuel Georga Robinson an Samuel Robin John Barachias Glass William Thomas 8 James hosier George New City in surance Samuel Lanca John mer Samuel and John Richard Jackson and Stephen Robert May John Tottenham timber Charles Seaman and John Hom of the Kin Thomas the iron foun Effort PARTNERSHIPS John Hay wood and Robert Wit tin Shaw and Thomas place painters and Newton and John and Joseph Holmes and Wilson and Thomas no and no Ab and John no Thomas anii Edward Tho and Lon Dun Thomas and John earthenware Richard John Samuel Stephen Mary Si Martha snd Thomas Leg no Jewsbury anj no Davis and Willian William Taylor and Joseph Lanca painters and and Thomas Barfoot and as far as regards Thomas Goring ami Anthony Tristram Brazil Richard William Farnworth and John and William Stafford earthenware William corn Henry I GREEK INSURRECTION TO FOR AND OUR RELIGION The hour has valiant For a long time tbe people of fighting for their rights and invited us to follow although have sought with all their strength to and thus all their Onr brethren and our friends are ready on Tie the and all Ifi Let us unite with our country 1 Europe has its looks fixed upon and our Let the of through all the echo the terrible din of our arms Europe will and our trembling and debased enemies fore 1 Turn your fellow ami observe our deploT able situation see our temples our children torn from OUF arms by oir barbarous tyrants for their shameful pleasures our houses despoiled our fields sod ourselves vile It is time to break an insupportable to deliver to throw down the crescent from its height to the the standard by we may still and thus avenge our country and ocr holy religion from the profanation and the mockery of bar Fellow Citizens Union j respect for our holy obedience the to the a noble bravery and constancy assure us It with laurels ever verdant our h roic It will engrave in cible characters our names in the Temple of Immortality fnr the example of future The country will re compense her true c who obey her by the price of glory and of hone But she will reprove as and as Asiatic those who show themselves deaf and disobedient to her abandoning their like that of to of Let us brave and generous the liberty of the classic land oJT Greece the battles of Marathon let us combat upon the tombs of our ances fought and The blood of our tyrants to the shades of the Thebau and the Athenian who conquered and destroyed ithe thirty those and yoke of who restored liberty to Corinth and to above 5to those of and the 300 who massacred so many times their number of the innumerable army of the barbarous is come to destroy inore and snil more Let us do this or To mv friends your country calls 5 reached this civ E on March 31 last after every part of my jounney from Turin the moot animated df monstration of publi wht is far b the mcs active I or The general belief Naples has and the Austrians were in military possession c fit on the 2Uh does not appear to have produced here The people of military an declai and the soldiers are any depression ef the popular Provinces on their 1 the triads will find the P real The ed against Constitution at but his consisting only of is EXTRACT OK A Nearer The to about the entered this capital on drew a number of people Jo but except a few rars their They V and Princess nd their courteously the M litan Revolution has number of twenty Ji Cu balconies in entrance wa little Royal and Prince Leopold General attended by a detachment of the Kings continue to guard with the before liis The treachery has the and the disbanding of who never even saw the and admitted an enemy into the capital without striking a is now clear to Tho by a dated at has named it is to be headed by the of Ds Giorgis is of Supreme Courts of J the War and has the direction of Lucchesi directs TRIALS CASSAN vi Special was t ie first of two unhappy The is a cler and the of and tha defendant is also a clergyman and the curate of in the neighbour hood of to muke matters more they are the plaintiff being married to tha sister of the A trespass was proved to have been committed by the defendant in a moment of arising from the circumstances mentioned in the next by entering the plaintiff house and knocking at his parlour and saying repeatedly that tho plaintiff was an eter nal had the peace of an innocent fa The Jury returned a verdict for the Damages last and the c The addresses of mister of the defendant of Everet The the same as in are brierly as folio the Member for had been accepted by the present wife of the and tho Cassan was also her In Oct received a letter from Here Everett the name cf o j Ireland er that he hid i as was obnoxious in and had with his the place if he so b staed bat was a o 3 v but the field be clear be talents and that if he were re for another nearly to the i same of obtaining the ha removal of Cassar few davs rs in the same from cU but as only nd of Miss the speedy THE 4 Yesterday was pay day at the and we are happy to say that only one defaulter waddled his it is reported are bat he declined paying or making any although he received a larga balance on the last The market has been dull all this Consols opened at for but declined to there are ud in the The it is found considerable in out of the last and but the favourable issue of the foreign news could have preserved them from it is they stand pledged to their bankers for the honour of their cl a French Funds are a little No news of stirring this A daS a letter was addressed to omy xie try The letters J O V H 1 1 i 1 brought to the charged tha forged them and iant It was proved that Cassan was Here ford at the time the ctter was nut into the and that he said he wab in Gloucester It was proved fiat the letter which in to asd it was letter in the name v proved that at Bath at tha date of II ItIC Ut plaintiff rested upon the improbability and waa sufficient put Hm above seeking for if he were the was the apparent effort Witnesses were also who expressed a belief that were not writing of Sergeant called upon tho counsel lor the de to assign any possible motive that Mr C could To this Adam after going through the motive was evident it was brat to get out of to After a most impartial charge from Justice the liltle aan without tlw returned a for the defendant The received with crom ed which called forth tho animadversions of
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