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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - January 18, 1824, London, Middlesex                                1)k ?Wj5enrCir(to, ote d�br from Piidulliry, at theJdl\dw'tDgte-duced Dricess-Bert WWtp Gp^ Featbere, at 88.fter lb. 5 be^ tSrev Goose, 35. M. J PdutWjr.JUa, to Is.        Field Be&tcaas, ]V,E. QW        fmi Sfm^bii& dressed, re-made.'purcbaaed, JL.  f;og�IfiNLAWGUA�B author of a big% aflproTcof JrlMuih GranaBsc, and paftronised by Noblemen and OeBUetn�D�f ^IlifliMdisttvctiou. begs leave to itribrn Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of deAiiinBie a speedy knorirledse of. tHE ONLY MANUPACTORT OF REAL ?S^*!Si^"OCOLATE, ESTABLISHED BY M. CA. LEBO AND CO. CALBRO, a Spaniah Emigraat, respeelfulW in-^VL� forms the Poblic, &at in ednseqoeode of tfce poUtkral c-teriU of ha Native Cotmtrft in which he held a bto situation he aits been fortonaite enoiwh to reach the land of I'lb^rtv, and ftrixlotB taewoce hUfratlfode toward* flie British nation, as well mfotjk mftng-of foture subsistence, he ha�established a Manofiic-wy/tte oBl/ooe of the kitfd ia Eii�lana)fot ��t preparation of SEAL SPANISH CHOCOLATE. He can nfed/e tfet ail thfc are of the ntost select kind; that M� ptocesd is ^ih trandrOpp�itteEMter^hange. : BEARS GREASE. CST tec�iiVed by the f^J.^^^;^^^'' W'tmrnnffh of ** ****** Artlde df Finest that. u a �m*�y of ** article or ^vrty whiclV&potted foTV�,. without lUiel^aamli- and fumers in SSteStery, Tie; viU fti an. jTA. war riAa&�i�neverife', aotf so hiJrbly approred hj Fiance, that on atth of Jannary, 1815, ie obtainejfan Exclusive Patent for thtt (%did aaittiatice, M. Calero has oqly to reqoett pef-r^Beveia);e, to try bis Chbcolate, sp m to be liSt^ to ' nwifh bther JtJiids, usoaliy offered to tJie Phbtic. jJ^vilJ^ wVeOtftdMUls, and hnproved Boflets, (at prime ^ acciBMBodation of Porthasers, by whidh die wMe �ng>?ra dna-aroaijiilc flavonr k tetatoed. �.'6�fl>irittrr the Curt aan iifltoalt^ add alio Mbjects him to a reUpsc. Fur-ther Partiealars iiay M Hatowm, and ReferMMes liad, by ap. plyiitfiti Messrs. ThoagnMi and Co. Bniavoms at �he MftHt^ Establishment for the Ciifeof tht fidut ioi Rheama^^ �9I, Stand, Londoa,-whei�,th�,following Coses ane also htteMed to wiUi success HAtbcrto Un^ualled t^via. White Sweilit^, Cod- hm. ibc aid of poUicitsr the most p^r�i&)9�teti4m be qonwaiatively^low in its progreaito universaUlyi. Atiare of this, the Patentee offers to the world a most perfect CHAM-BERMdmGHT MiMP, which, asadomestic comfort and substitute^ it^r (he candle ^o wtiich thousands of lives and aiillioos of property have been ncrificed) roust be Interesting to �verV class of society, from the prince to tiie cottager. It camttiue* with |>er-fect.iaiietyi swectoeHB, brilllancv, invariable certainty^ And simplicity,Ijeariog a swift conveyance, and can be regalaCe* so as to baru;the;loogint or shortest ni^t, disappearing at theapproach of day without the least smoke or smell, ami the consoa^don of ^he bestqKnaaceti oil little more than a gallon for'tae year, supposing it be in use every ni^it. The same principle with equ4I ad&aotange, is alike apolieable to lamps for every use, dfiang table,sl at A. PMaeej No.  The Nubility, Gentry, and Pdtriic in general, are tespectftilly informed, that the Advertiser, being in possession of a most valuable Recipe, conpoeed several years since by an eminent i^ysician, for the core and relief of the ^ve distressing complaints, he has been indnc^, at the solicitation of several persons, who have experienced lis beneficial effects, to offi?r it to public notice. In ooing whidi be feels the greatest ctmfidence-the relief affonled is ap-uareat in a few days, Preimred and sold only at W. Day �, No. 59, Great Qoeen.4(reet, Liucfrfn's Inn-fields, two doors West pf tbe Frtemasons' Hall. Pints ]0�. Quarts ISs. Orders per ,)06t hnmediately attended to. ENaLfSHllrEK, iU as other Katloi^, oUght to be acdtidlnted with the fbilowihg: It ts WtMl loAown in Russia, �iat Beat�'^>easei8t6o harrit )br the haii-,-ahd MhSces tbe hair turh gtw ahd fr^l off. TWs is wrll known, thie Rttpertif Alexander hnthib hair) nnd penota of-dUttacUon dlBd lost thdf hair at an nriy age through using Bears' Gi>eaa<�.<^I� idlett^ fh Roasia, and nther.parts where Beanr are, it is eaperienoed that Beafs^ Qr-ft^ !i�-tpo harsh for the Mir, and whoever tveommeods it for the hai^'n^s), do it for itaposition. ,or 1^1^ be i^iorant ^ its in- ovM�fly prcft^rvfe and prtm tefrlhe hhitj if used cJnstaflUy, not a �hil- iill fkll ofi', or tirh t^re^ r il is sach a houHsht^r lib the hair, thait even if it has he^n to turn grey. It win tekon it to tfa natarai coloiir. It is sure to elear ^acurf, fhim lirf^y to old agb, and wheh dretsitig with it wttl alw^ keep tiie hnkd and Hit clean and beantifaU and in tuil Wttl sore restore th� telr OB hoM places, if there is Uie Irnit iiga of loottu Medical Qea-tb^m^ of t)ie]^fid^ fiail have,9f�Ucfld j?riftpe*t Ha^ OS, ha^^epu^is^ in ^ ^ Gu^tta of ^(ealth," Nori6�.that the ^ Th,j'MeilSdcna�n*�^ isdaaV*^i i;f�gd Oil, ehey fihd It obnteliBs only cemuoaiHlvCctonrcd dad perMidM t thKJvfore, 1(  t�'to deceive, fhlsely printed on the cbunteifeit covers, " Qie i^iiiti," of |j�oaitie R�sfai Oil,^' afiid aome eve>h ai^ so dar. A^, altinwgh they hjww it is puni^uble, to pot the drigttaal Pfoi-Mietor's ifeme. I^iefere pitrcfaasen akoidd bO eautleus, ahd have it of the Proprietor, or respectable. Veoden. Proved by affidavit on the .S4|ji�Nov. 1814, before the Lor^ Mayor-of Lonik>n,as: A. PRINCE is tte Ori|^Proprif�>rin ^�laWi4e, of the RiteiaOin ^ therefore^ tf^ ____/Vend^, Htdr^iteBfef,   any tide e6^,'io 'C^egt &ii �S-%mr 6*eT Cootttnr, sett, undet any pretend 'wbhtev^c, as Ou eolled Russia Oil, and it is not A. Prince's of Lobd^Jt li h*rfe pOAiay prbnovdftcie^il^ are impoyton, asihey dot onlvjiiippse feontfelPuWic by seAblc thetn C^*i*Bits,^Wc�Jdtoaotan-Witr Wie.pntpo8?,but al�oH|ttfe A.,Pfinc*, W 0��taal :Prp|lri� tor.w^oltasalikjs* fttmUy; andllMto^ht MAiiaffi^ii^t^^ �e^a�6ve Flft^ thodgand Poaiidiin a4veitisih|( toUiiifc^i Ask for Prince's ImjM�^ Rntla Oil. The donco bottle fivk AiU^^ a Webottlie, containtidp five ounces, 6ne bound, is h lavi^Si ioldbythisole Proprietor, A. Priww, No. 9, Poiabd-aveA, OzfordMMBet�. near the Pantheakt4^^ and by Mr. ' Perfhmer to Ids Maiestv� New Bood4ta�et4  at Constantinople, respecdng t^ jo^ngation .^...^ W bavv at$Bci^oa�iRwdffr iwerinMino aqatneTilnHsb iiiitilnb^      ardtcai inMoMaMa ah&>$bi. [oence of 4>r&r8 smt to biidl^m id demand to the forte, ifJItMi gwe awitiw ftolers Uve.len banli of the M^^H^'mitSfe no efer^rdling aeeib vJl>4�^ this A* the stitemnit of the Prices of Tea in London and New Vork which w� pnbiisbediin onr Number of Decemiter 2S, seems to have stnrUcd some o( tlie monopoKsts who hare accused as ot' unfairness, we sobjoia the current Prices At rrbich tbe Teas, .lPd(ted la tbe warehouses of the East India Companr, are now selliiiil. We copy them from the AriaKt Jmrital of Jnnuarv the 1st,� paMieation which no one will rentore to accuse of hiistilie feelings towards the Company j- Current IVices. �' �. d. Bohea....... 0 2 5 Congou...... 0 2 7 Souchong.... D 4 9 Tw�ok�y.... 0 J 8 Hyson Skin.. D 3 11 Hyson....... 0 5 II Old Prices. '2 3 4 3 3 4 Now if those who accnse na of nnfidmeta wiB take the tronUe to^iapaFe die above onrrent Pricet \rith tbope which we quoted 3h oitr Number of December 2S, they wUI find that the difference between the old had new PHcea is mnch in favour trf the monopolist For with tbe exception of Cot^foo, which b 7d. per Ih. .cheaper, ail other sorU arc considerably dearer. So aiitch for thf charge of unfairness, which the Defentkrs of the Eaat.I^iia qipnopoly of Tea hare brought against us, hecaine we ca^d tbe attennon of tbe public toAhis shameful aiid moat opprelisive imposition.__ FOREIGJV iJfTELLlGKJVtB. RHEUMATISM AND DISEASES OF THE SKIN, &c. REMOVAL. DR. HART the  Original  Proprietor of the DRY SULPHUREOUS and other MEDICATED BATHS, has tlie boBonrto instate to the Medical Profession and the Public, that he has REMOVED from 25 to 7, Red Lion-square, where hestHl '6oa^nu(;s to administer the above Baths h ith the most decided and dparalieled advantage. Dr. Hart thinks it unnecessary for him to say much in their praise, as a number of persons who have copied a portion of his plan, are kind enoagh to give full description of their virtues ; he therefore only entreats of the profession and the public to beai-la thebmbidBthat he (Dr. Hart) was the first who introduced the Baths into England, the only one who has performed 1764 Cures aincelSlT. aadthc only one who, 4kith submission, thinks himself bonno to return his gratefhl thanks to the Medical Profession for tbehr kind recummenilatlons, and to the Public for their generous support. Dr. fUut takes also thb opportunity to nrqunint the Profession aadthe Public, that he has fnvfnted PORTABLE BATHS for prfvtite use, f� the construction of \\Mch be has combined Cl�e-micnl with Mechanical advantaj^s, bo that the ^Apparatus is rendered more efficient and pleasant to the patient while its np-pearattce is elegant, and may be considered as a piece of ornamental fttrnitnre, and can be conveyed with the greatest facility to ^ bed'-room of tlie Patient, where Dr. Hart win personallv attpnd the.application un the most reasonable terms, by which ^proved inetnod the Patient not only avoids tlie danger of catcli-ingcold, Duteacaprs the risk oi contiigion. Inseparable from tlie Ut-rimlnate itoe of Polrtic Baths, Beds, 4c. &c. JDt.H.'s PORTABLE BATH REPOSITORY u open daily fWab 10 to 4 o'clock, tar uublic�inspection, and Baths sent to any piiulof the kingdom, or for exportiUion at the shortest notice, d oh very reasonabie terms, witli. full iostnictiatts for their ad-'^*-^'"-by Dr. HART, 7, Red Lion-square, wlw is also the of the CanadisLn Pile Ointment, and sold as above and is. 6d. per box. tkf. FIRST PRODUCTION IN THE WORLD. KCWftAND'S MACASSAR OIL, which is now in auch bbivetsal use, and ite invaldable properties so highly aud ly appreciated, not o.ily by the discossibIe �denomination of naval stores mto the arsenal. Mr That during this period eight sail of the line, four largo frigates of 68 guns each, and four smaller, with four brigs andlSye sloops, have been the squadron then fitting out Sd, That tne frigates, which have been ready for some time, have been constantly exercising their men in striking yards and topsails, &c. This information riches us thrOiizh the means of Captain Spence, of the ship fFilUam, who arriv'ed at Oevouport (Plymouth Dodt) on the 5th instant, having left Brest 00 the Sd, where she had been bying for the space of more thaii two months. Now we are at a loss to discover how the protestationa of the French popenean possiMy a^ree with tkc above report 4 iddeks we were to anp^p^ that the Minislert of Louis vriah to pla;|r'iiarthe mam intk. they did twelve months ago; at which thne the most sifisfactbry asipr^ ances of ue pacific hi|ie^6<�s on the pact bf France irteire il^ule to our Government to ihe very moment Uiat dief aimounced to Europe, that the Duke of Angouteme was to invade Spam at Uie head of one hundred thousand men, whidh force, t U that time, had been rg)r�smted as, a mere measure of precaution, a sinnile cprrian $am'tairet According therefore to �uch precedent, w� are now tdd that the fitting ont of a large a^adroo of eight sulof tbeliae, ei^t frigates, besides br%s and aloopa, it a measure solt^ abfe to pacific dispotitiitu; that the arrival of all sorli of marine atores from Russia, Prussia, and Sweden, Is an episode of the same pdc^ determinaHon t that the ^r�^ anxiety exprened to raU<; monejr by way of loans tp ^ able foreign powers to eviip. and s^ forth so giipai^ ^ force is a consequence of Uie satn^ paeifit work. Be tJw^ as it ma]^, one thing wfc can potiitjivel^ assert, aodthatist our Ministers are fully avrase of the, tntentions .of Friume^ �ad her allies, be tiiey What Ihejf'.wah aad that oeidie^ Ferdinand, Louis, or iUftxandfer^ sih^ or c0l]ed3tdk,W;lll be able to prevent the stonn which ll% have cotli;�*teil oif tiiieir heads, and the conteqdeniis^ioif Wfatch they wiQ bkv0 Ifelsure enough to him� t<^,to^BS8i%: all oa the pan ut the Gim^nortal Poweia C6 arrest tbe ki' ...^^^of the South Amenean Coloioes. 1 . je hvgfta not to be cMCtly in the aednptf of ^iaetjS, .ap4 i&er^re we do n t at present koo*,to .iriij^ ex^ tbi^ i^elii g(�^ if     be credjUed or not; bnt i^is we may certMnly pre  Ndt^ 1^->rived liere by aaextraordinary oourlor^'aad ha� been transqiitl^d mtli-out deUy |o St. Petersijurs;. W must now wait to see what effect it willsproduce on thffRuasinn Cnbinet. To these circunistiinces, "andapcordiag to tbe formal onlersof the Emperor Alexander, tbe Russian arn)ie:i, it is sjtir), will rcmHio in their i)re^eut poATtToi^s. Not k man will b.^ Uetuclied froua tbctli t�H the ifimrrences with the Porie sh.ili be fin�llv ad-jtialed. On the btber hand^-the Sultan Ujsaid io"hi�re (!ei^:trcd thdttike 'lHiri(i�h trivipii shrill not eraciiHte'Miiidavia aiuI Vi^ii<&-otiiatiU tbe'Russiita (iSutttiiemj.anny ithiilUiaTu qjiitted thoinb tonnaenta which i( oocopie* -o^ tlie very frooltvr; oE/Uii;.OstDmHn tenitory.-FrwH ihp I'tenna Gasetle, ^ We ^ihe JourMoi la IicJ}(i^ue) gave ihc ^iiU-staace of tliis article in our Journal of Un; 7lh, but tlie details we ppw initert appear so importiii\l, on acyount pf Uie q-.iHrU-r frotu whicir they come, that we tli'ink ft oilr duty to coinmutiir�to them ot hiagth.-JimrrtalAe In Brlgitfyie, Dec.^i. AuosBUROH, Jan. 4.-^ACcdrdin: t 8hip een himself insulted, and as aotne acconnta state, murdered by the Tunisians. What i� certain ia, that no news had been heard of tha Coaaul. A letter from Paris, dated Wednesday last, statea, tliat ac-cooots had been received of the embancstion of 1,800 men at Brest; 1,000 /or Maninique, and 80p for Oundalonpe. It isun-derstood that our Ambassador at Pans has received exptanation from the French Govemmetit on the subject of thia expedition, who is assored that it is holely intended for tliosc islands, and that It baa no relation witaterer to ttie events passing in South America. The aame letter atatea, that the French Admirail, recently returned to Breat from the West India station, baa declared, that complete anarchy exists in all tbe South Ameri-caft States; bdt, that aItbougi| there are to be found in the dif-fer�ntpn)vin^ partisans of e^reiy political sect, frorti Royalist* to Re|ra(�c�uBi yet node advocate ritber tho sovereignty of Ferdinand or Bobamslon to Spain.*--This opinion, coming frbrti such aqoarter, together wJA the Speech of the Amerieaa President, is said to kaVe greatly tnoled the ardour of. tlie partrin the French Cabinet disposed to assist Spain in regainbg poises-sioo of those pcovincea.-fuming Paper. Extract oi a private letter, dated Madrid, December 25 :- " Two thousand Frenchmen have been scat laUly.^i EitraipR-dura. Tliere has been a report these few days past of a revolt in Portugal, which it inay be fcarcJ wjll extend to Spain. It has been said, that the Qiifeeii and the Infant Don Mi^iel were imprisoned, and the King had sought his safety in flight. This is what is going about. 1 have myself seen a letter from a person on the frontier, to his correspondent here, saying, * you are fortunate ia living in a place where there is tmnqujllity. Our neighbours are again in a sutu of disorder, and 1 cannot any how long it will be ere we become as bad.' " The n^ly^^rtabliahied Courts of Justice ab^U also ceas? ^5. ^1iiit*i^  re, not de-tived from the Cohstit^tian ^ thatdiey are not c)i new creation and that those^bo have obtaJaed them have not readered themselves uai^orrtiy of tfed-by. their conduct. "8. ^Vithth^ e   i   �   J " lijvaaw, Jff^4>...-V�e ha,ve siexeived nM�a ^sa, Madrid a^thei8J.Qfi^iH9j^ with the decrees issue]g^5>'by i^j^ajty for tlie orgMi^jitidn of tt^e j^oyal Guard, and anAtber. relatiyje to "SoiilK ^n^dia^ T^hlch orders every ift^ng In thiil ^ei�t ctiUntry ."fo'be i'e|WiifCT( la tbe situation �t was prex70U4 to the �th of Match, 1826. 'fhe Political Chiefs, Ac. to cease their fi.t�\)u will be the Ulip-piest peupk'in the world, for you will huve the happinens of treading that fertile soil, full of precious mines, which belonged to your ancestors; a soil which is not worked for the uccoiinl of your Sovereigns, but for the sole adx-antage of Europe, except- , ing Spain," " A disorder, which Vems to be satchi^g, has suddenly attaci-:-ed the i'reliUea who are in Madrid : as soon as the ortler to repair to their respective dioceses was intimated to them, they all proved to tbe Government, by numerous rertificnlcs, signed by their physicians, thit they ar.'ill, and that it is impossible for them to un-ddrtnkethj jouruey. T(je Grand InqtJisitor, Hishop of Tarazona, is the most seriously ill; the Inquisition alone can cure liiui, and, it is said, he entertains considerable hope*. "_T�e dijtcharge of pt-rsous from all ilie departments of the Miiu�lry and the Admiiiislr�tion continue, anil especially of luch Hi maaiifeiited liberal opinions. *' Pour Swiss soldiers huve been assassinated at Cbumirtin I y some Sponixh soUieni. " The return of troops from Spain is ilra^inff to n (Jose ; tlie 12th and 2yth Regiments of the line arrived yt'sti-rday, and hnv been renewed by General Loverdo ; the 1st and tlie lUU will arrive lo-d^y." LETTER lY. SiB,-1 /ind the old gentleman whom I mentioned in my third letter, which appeared in the llairisu and Indian OBSERVEa of" December the 2Slh. on the daugcrs which raeoace Europe on account of the ambitious views of liussia, \* still an unbeliever. He still persists in defending the coiiddct of Alexander's government, and by no means will he be coaviaced that tni.s Scandinavian Y{,xs\tr genii 1/ bnt effectuality is tryiug his bcit cftbrts to put a tyraonicai yoke on the neck of Europe, unless the other powers, bemj^ awakened at their danger, will put a stop to his ambitious plans. But notwithstanding the incredulity of my friend, 1 am convinced that both history and tact will bear me out ill ai*-.�rtiiig, that the greatest danger which threatens lo convulse the whole world, is lo be looked for in the political measures adopted by the Russian Government. The very mild expressions of Alexander ought to inspire us with distrust. For, if we will take the trouble to couhuII history, we shall find that iu the acL* aad language of the Rulers of Kusiia, there never has been wanting a syecino"-ness that has gilded, jiistified, nay, almost saactifaed, any however atrocious. When the Poles, after a long experience, had chostn a form of Government somewhat approaching our EngliiU CoastilutioH, and which they rightly surmised would (x-much more consonant with true freedom than their own, they were informed by the Empress Catharine, i�i7/i ^reat good nature^ that thej were much mistaken, and quite lu the dark in regard to the mysterious thing called liberty. For this liberty, so much misconceived, if it did cxi.st at all, was to be found in the execution of the ^>oc/tt convjnln, ami that her Imperial Majesty halving guaranteed these pacta, in order to protect their Republican form of IJu-vemment, of which they had been so justly lenaciou.s, ;is the palladium of liberty itself, she (Catlmnne) was resolved to give to ker loving tont, the Poks, Ihe greatest proof of her attachment to the welfare of the nation, by preventing designing men from enslaving Poland, who by specious pretences and false reasoning"had misled the weak minds of some of her beloved sons, and persuaded them to belie\ e otherwise. Accordingly, she took possession of all their towns and strong holik, put the whoJo nation under military govemment, and then made a pressing request for a little money aa a free gift, which, however, obliged many of her loved sons to incur large debts, and many more to sell their estates to prevent their loving mother, tbe Empress Catharine of Russia, from enforcing her rc , although Alexaader tries all becan to save appearances, the better to difceive tha other nations. Tbe institutions e
                            

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