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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - February 1, 1824, London, Middlesex                                r .Irs*   I No. 8. l^abiiete eggy mda^of_____ teach pen^Mpft *eiiB�Mjr     - N bui. A List of theaubjectf of (be two hat Scries may be had on application to the PuoHshers. EW MCSIC-Tbe Second Number of MINIATURE _ LyilIC�, bv T.H. Bavly, Esq. the Muaic composed by Mr. Bishop, Mr. Braham, Mr. Ditahfielil, Mr. Horn, Mr. Sin-cJair, and Sir John Stevenson, with an elerant Portrait of the Author, 7�. 6a.; Grand Variations on Rule Britannia, by Ferd, Ries, 6s.Cavatina wkh Thema," and Variations, for the Harp, by N. C. Bochsia, Ss. "And has she then deceived me." Air from Rossini,arraogedby J. Sinclair, 2g. fid.; " Oh, Jady ne'er tbinic I'll prove false to thee," 2b. composed by J. Sinclair, both sBEtz by him with the most dkiingnisbea applause in the Opera of '� The Cabinet," at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden; She willed and I could not but love," by G. F. Stansbury, Is. 6d.; " Robin Adair," with Variations, as sung by Madame Catalan!, corouoscd expressly for her, by Sir J ohn Stevenson, and arraqred by P. Clancnettini, Ss.} " Pictosa a mici lamenti," expressly composed for Mad. Catalani by W, Clements of Vienna, arranged by P. Cbncbetti^ii, 2s. IWay's Instructor for the Spanish fhiHtar, witli an elepnt Frontispiece, price 58., showing the proper method of holding that fashionable instrument.-Published by .J.Willis, Barmonic Salowi, Dublin, and at 22, Soulhampton-streel, Strand. BEARS GREASK. TUST received by the Pallas, Captain Jooes, frona St. V Petersburgh, a supply of the above Article of tlie very Finest Quality, which is potted for use, without the least admixture, except a little perfume to keep it sweet, llie high estimation this article has lonz held for making the Hair Grow, renders any remarks from the Importer unnecessarv, he will only add, U>at this may be depended on as a Genuine Article, and that it is very pleasant for dressing the hair, making it ilfaulifuily 8oft and Glossy. Sold by the Importer, J. Atkinson, 14, Gerrard-street, Soho-square, London; and by appointment, by Mr. Mat-trasi, perfumer, 86, FleetrStreet j and by most respectable Per-fpmers in London. J. A, warrants none (ienuioe but what has bis Signature and Address on the Wrapper round each Pot, THE ART of BOOK-KEKPING taught at No. T, Middle-row, Uolborn, by W. JEN-NI.NGS, Author of the only real Mercantile and Practical Treatise now extant.-PapiU arc completely fiuiithed iu two mouths for any counting-house in fJrt-at UriUin, and minutely examined by comut-tcnt jjidges. He aluo gives LessoiM in Men-antile Arithmetic sclfniifically, which enaWes bis Pupils to perform every cnlcnlation in I'roportion, Practice, Excnange, and Interests in accounts current, by one tenth of the dgureH taken by any treati^e on Arithmetic hitherto pubtiahed. ills Pupils are also taught Euclid's ElemenU, (>eo-graphv,'the Use of the Giohei, and the most useful branches of Mie Mathematics, without an v additional charge.-N.B. The real Mercantile and Practical ART of BOOK-KEEPING, noid at No. 7, Middle-row, Uolborn, price iOs. 6d., and private ieRsons giveu to Teochen uoacqaaiatcd with tbe practical part of this scirace.___ A~ CARD.-TO THOSE APFLICTKI) WITH JJEAF-N ESS.-MR. �IAADNBR, Aurist, l�o.& BnrltOJ^iLr^ luiie, Piccadilly, London, having applied trtmsclf aoleiy toflie aliovc defeciion, assures tnem he has made discoveries w hereby he is enabled to give the sense of hearing, allhotigh the penMins are born deaf, and in all otiier cases, (however lung stnndtng), a-i he can prove, bv ocular demonstration, that he can do moru fur tbe removing or Deafness than uoy precedent; and his Discoveries warrant no remuneration, unless a beaefit is derived. a written description those at any distance can obtain the means suitable to (heir case.   All letters to be post paid. ' Mi mi mm' : �� ?� inel ______     been jdgmiiaiedvapd^i: a. -------, Start, 'iVinity; Rising, Pembroke; nity; Bcrille, Peter's ; Wood, Trinitv ; Arnold, Calus; Tliis-tlethwaite, Trinity ; Gibson, Triaity; Phillips, Jesus; Crawley, Magdalene ; Teeson, Clare ; and Sandy's Pembroke. Senior Oplimes.-D�. Greaves, Corpus Cbristi; Atkinson, Pembroke; Dayman, John's Parry, John's and Walter, Christi, a>q.; Gnrton, yueen's ; Bum, Queen'sSenkler, Cuius; Wells, Sidney; Foster, Trinity ; Lawson, John's; Edwards, Trinity; Malkin, Trinitv; Brown, John's; Hammond, Corpus Cbi�:i; Bromilow, John's i Green, Emmanuel j Fulcfaer, Sidnej': Ben-ion, John's ; Gatenby, John's, and Holmes, John's, tnj.; Bar-ham, Trinity; Ruddock, John's; Baines, Christ's; Fcaron, Emmanuel; Smith, Trinity; Carriughuu, John's" and Gurncy, Trinity, aq. Junior Optimc8.-Ds. Frost,Catharine's; Dunderdale, John's; Mellish, Trinity; Crosland, Mapda^en ; \Vorsle\-, jun., Pembroke ; Furlong, Siilney ; and Williams, John's. CAUTION.-IN CONSEQUENCE of the great Disappointment many persons have experienced from purchasing inferior TRUSSES, SALMON, ODY, and Co. most respect-full v solicit the attention of Medical Gentlemen and the Public to observe, that the TRUE PATENT SIXF-ADJUSTING TRU!?S has " SALMON, ODY, and Co. 292, Strand, London," marked upon the Leather Cose, u ithout which, they are of the suurious kind. SALMON, ODY, and Co. the Inventors and Patentees, have made upwards of 50,000 of their PATENT TRUSSES, and still continue to have the recommendations of all the mosf omiueot Surgeons in Town and Country. They have also thtf honour to supply the Army and Navy j the Naval and Militaify Hospitals} the Dock-Yarda and Ordnance j the Marine InfirmHry t the Hon. East India Company : the Citj of London Truss Society; the Mary-la-bonne, Wiveliscoinbe, Bristol, and Denbeigh Infirmaries: the Windsor General Dispensary: the Mtddlctiex and St. George's Hospitals; Parochial Kstablisli-ments, &c. &c. &c N. B. Persons in the Country are requested to send the cir-cuiuff rence of the Body an inch below the Hips._ MODERN APPENDAGES TO BEAUTY. PEARS'S TRANSPARENT SOAP^-This soap staiuis unrivalled as a Discovery of the highest importance, for its superioreicelleDce in deanW tlie skin-preserving it from the effects of the weather, lea air, &r. and improving its appearance. It removet every blemish fn>m its surface, and by due perseverance never fails to render it delicately clear ana beautifU. Prepared by A. Pears. 55, WeUs-street, Oxford-itreet, andsoldntls.. Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. per squure. Also LGentlemen't ahaving Cakes, at Is. and 2s. 9d. PEARS'S BOTANIC CREAM, particularly recommended to Parents and Gvardians who wisli to give their ott'spring and those under their care, those delightful tints which are the true concomitants of beauty and bealtii. MALABAR DENTIFRICE, for beautifying the teeth, and rendering thema per-, sotial ornament to the decline of lif.>. PERSIAN COTTON, or PORTABLE ROUGE, for tfiving a delicate rose tint to the cheek : it is simple in iti application, and so portable that it may bo placed between the leaves of a small pocket-book, price Sa. PJvAHS'S UQUID bloom OF ROSB& and WHITl'^IM-PEBIAL powder, wUch, by beautiAiliy tingiqg the cheeks aad lifMh bestows til delicacy to the female countenance. PfiARS^ ROSE COLOURED PINK SAUCERS, for drawing in waAer colours, paiatbg on velvet, tinging the coanteoance, and dviag, silk, lice, muslhi, feathers, artificial tlowera, &c. Warettoine, 55, Wella-street. Oxford-street, London. Sl^BMA, DifficuitT ot Breathing and Oppression of tbe Chest The NOBILITY, GENTRY and the PUBLIC in general, arc respectfully informed, that the Advertiser, Ixiitg iji po^sesnon of ^ most valuable Recipe, for tbe relief and Cure t>rthe above distressing complaints, be has been induced, at the soUcitadon of very many persons, who have experienced Its beneficial elTeets^ to offer it to public notice, lite Medicine is of the moat mild, innocent, nutritious, and eftectivc qualities, of which the person taking it is convinced in a few days; itdearstbe lungs, causes free re�piration, and prevenU all'unpleasant accumahtiou of phlegm. Sold only at w. Day's, No. 59, Greet Queea-atreet,.Lincoln's Inn-fields, two doors West of the JPceenaBons' UalL Half Pinto 5s. fid. Pints IOs. Quarts . 18s. Orders per post iiRBiediately attended to. PARAL�nC AFFECTIONS. &c. &c. PERSONS tabouriiw under Indisposition from PARALYTIC AFFECrraNS, and desirous of obtaining a Cure,, arcmo^t resuectfiilty infomed that a sovereign REMEDY is offered, wbidiefiiMsto-a'perfect recovery in the above distressing AlBictions, where a fau trialis made. Recent Cases'are restored in a few days to their Speech, Faculties, and perfect Use of tbe Lirab�, and a futane Attack prevented. Otses ot long standing requlGe iMigcrtlpne, although the Cure is equally certain. Persons affected as above are ^�w^y pautioned,against Bleeding ur Cu^pii^ {.because, in ipany iostoncejs, it reduces the patient to such a.state* of "Weakness aOd Debility, as to render the C�re stm dtfllciitit, aiid'dhb subjects him to a relapse. iSir-ther iVtlenlars ihay her known, and References had, by applying to Messrs. ThompsoB and Co. Surgeons; at the Medlml' Establistunent for the Cure of the Gout and Rheumatism, 891, titaud, London, where the following Coses are also attended td v>itl�iucce9s�iUjertoUnequalled:-vli!. "White SweUii�, Contractions, and all Diseases incident td the Joints, Aci.alto tW-cers, f umours. Abscesses, FistiifaiB,G}aQdii)arSwelI)aB8i�bptar^-&c. partH-ulariy the Hernia Scrotalis, which is redored in a feii^ days, wJlhoutopeiatipn, and a penaaneot ciife.�tffected-h> the FROM THE LOA''V0JV GJZETFE, Jan. 27. CROW.V-OFFIO:, Jan. 97. MEMBER returned to serve iu tlii* pr({�.-i)i PARLIAMENT. Borough of Liskcard-The Hon. -I'dward Granville Eliot, commonly called Lord Eliot, of Port Klint, in the county of Cornwall, in the room of the Honourabh; William Eliot, now a Peer of the United Kingdom of Gre.a Britain and Iroland. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. N. Walke and J. SauU, Newion-Abbntt, Devonshire, grocers.-G. and J. Thompson, WorcfstLT, glover^.-T. and J. Bur-ton, and J. Thomps itow, Monmouthshire, shipbuilders.-Feb. 24, J. Arnold, Princ>.'"!�-strf�-t, l^jtJibury, atid J. Storrs, New York, merchants.-Feb. 2J, R. Abbe^'Alue Yorkshire, miller.-Feb. 21, W. A. Brown, CoUeg.--hill. merchant.-Feb. 17, A. Anderson, T. Godfrey, and S. B. Williams, Salters'-holl-court, Cannoa-streut, mercluintd. CERTIFICATES to be granted, unless cause b  ahovvn to the contrary on or befon- February 17. T. Weller, Croydon, watchmaker.-N. Gee, Li>nton, Not-tbghamshire, lact-manufactiircr.-K. G. Adams, High-street, St. Maryleboue, apotliecary.-J. Eives, Canterbury, ironmonger.-W. Pigot, Ked-Hail, Surrey, farmer.-W. (^^rding-ley, Russcll-place, Bonnondsey, brewer.-J. Ctiamptaloup, Counter-street, Suulhnark, orange-mereliant. ' and confirmed 'cases. Also, I of eveiry dei^iiiiJiioOi^^^^ �ost K^add ^____________^_________________ *'5^'5*'J^"�i'i^i**'^�.^ iail |0 In the M c most beantiful piece of composition in the whole opera is a grand quintette in the second act.   It occurs after Antenure has detected Polidoru and Zelmira, He' lacci ritici cadrsti, and a finer [riece of harmony is scarcely to he met with.   The conrhision was ii,ost ndmiraWysung by Zelmira, Ernna, .-iutenore, Poliiioro, �nd Leui:ippo.   It was the only piece encored, and vc were glad to &nd that the good taste of the andience was evidently averse from the wearisome practice of calling for repetttioos.   The conclusion is striking, but it is devoted almost entirely to Zelmira, and Il�, the hero, becomes but an inferior pemouage.   Madame Colbran Rossini on her entrance was received with much applause.  She has a tall commanding person, with a full bat expressive countenance.   Her appearance we thought far from youthful, but.her figure was almost concealed by the formation ot her dress, and it is impossible therefore to siieak decisively.   Her style of singing has been comparetl to Madame Fodor's and wfth some justiccv   Her voice lias considerable sweetness, but wants vibration; it| tone is superficial; some of tbe middle notes plea�e the ear, but fail in interesting the feelings.   In ordinary pnssaijes it is feeble, inexpressive ; and it is only in a few peculiar rmis and distances that It arrests the attention and becomes imposing,   Madame Col-bran's knowledge of music is beyond dispute; but oo science, lu>wever consummate it may be, can give tune to some of her higher notes, espectatly where the transition is violoot, and no time given the singer for preparation.   Her execulioa is perfect Its far as science can give perfection, but it is generitlly ineffec-live ; und the poorness of her voire, when compared with tliai of some of her predecoMors jvill prove a very great ofcjertion to fulfil I be situation of /trima donna. In the first part of the opera Garcia was iu fiue voire, and song delightfully; his dashing bravura style      admirably suited to the more impassioned passages ; and as his middle notes were in constant requisition, he produced considmble e0iect; in the latter part he appeared to labour.   The*part of .   Purta's tremcadotts voice rafaiasits power, and also 'its oeeaakraal harshness i bnt it is still extnutr-(littary^ if not unrivalled.  Placd tWVneqiiiai to |! Si^nof Francheschl, Tf we may ^tJdge'froitrrtlrtl neither power nor expression. ' At the conclusion of the'Opera " God (are the King" was snng by the Company, amid&t the applauses of the audience, who as usual, rose on tbe occasion. Rossini directed with remarkable spirit and emphasis; and the solos were executed by Madame Ronxi de Begitis, Madame Vcs-tris, and Madame Caradori.   On Rossini's leaving tbe orchestra there was a loud und general call for hu appearance on the stage; and alter a short time be made bis entr^, introduced by Garcia, iind was welcomed with great applause.   He made three distinct l)ows, and retired.   In consequence of, the nonsense in Stendhal's book, much curiosity had been expressed to see his wondrous legs; but, like Mawworm, he disappointed many, for he wore trowsers.   In the course of the evening two dirertisements were presented ; the one entitled Honutur aux Dantia, the other L'Adoration au Soleil.   The scene of the first was mean in its i appearance ; that of the second pretty, but not remarkablv so. | at 90s. wr; Beta^ Oats'   . ^ ______ i W�d Feed Oats atSSk. I�$7s. wltt    , , , Btions. Beans and j^Se^^reice.^ be,Uer. ,l8itoak,*Br quarter then oa tb�%wcedi|MMarl^^.- ^ seilingS^CbTto44s.,andQldayCto^) wmTBoU the bsbkeriiiicAang eonaidecaiilepatcbasMt and at^^ ^�-d picturesque. On Tuesday evenii^ the soiue Opera was reflated with judiciooa curUilments, by which it was reduced within more reasonable limits. Our opinion of the composition is confirmed. Rossini was at the pianoforte, and was again appUuded by the audieace at the dose of the Opera. The divertissmeat and ballet of Saturday were also repeated, but were deprived of the support of Mademoiselle le Gros, tbe debutante from tbe Theatre of Son Carios, in consequence of her having bad the misfortune to sprain her ancle on Saturday evening. .As this occurred early in Uie dirertissemeot on that night, the aiulience were deprived ot the oppoi^ity of estimating her claims to public favour, and she has itill, therefore, in fact, her debat to make.   The boose was well filled, but not crowded. iM-il^]- ____      , . die Rer. George Stepoey, BeiMdr of St. Stephen, Walbiook. At the Theatre of San Carlo, at Naples, a squadron of 48 horses manoeuvred with the greatest case upon the stage, la DupQrt's ballet of Cinderelia. They were rode by Germans, and charged full speed. On Saturday nigfat a quarrel took place between two lads at the foot of Holborn-ldll. Tbey fought two or three rounds, but owing to the darkness of the night it was not observed that one of them was snned with a penkniie, and* at every blow be either stabbed or cut bis antagonist, tOt, at length, covered with blood, he was taken into the grocer's shop at tbe corner of Field-Line, and the young assassin made bis escape. None of the wounds, we learn, are dangerous. EcTPr.-We have been favoured with tbe foQowii^ communications from Alexaodria: A veiy abandant coal mioe has just been discovered in Syria, a few miles from the coast, frum whence the Pasha of Egypt can draw such ropfdies as will enable him to a^pt more eqctensively the use of steadi-englties in his dominions. Measnres are now in piogress, also, for er�ctin|; and establishing a Lazaretto at Alexandria, "niis.circumstance proves incontesti-bly tbe enlightened mind of the present Rnler of EgypU. Were sunHar measu�sof precaution adopted in other.porta in the Levant, tbe teniUe ecoorge of the East iloiOd eoon disappear.   It the fataliftmof the Ttarto which oecasioosthe wide andspread-'lag^ iriiTages of the plague.. We aaeotioaed somefime ago the arrival of a gfatafiie, or eameliiivard at Atexaqdria, and t^its having been shipped from dwnoe tm boand the lltos�i> CoostaQlSluh pie, os aptcwat fii the Giraad Signior. Th? vessel, we bWi'was toBt off the Dardaoeuef, but the guraSii and ttma^Toae Aralrian horses were brought' safely to short, *nd oondocted by land to Constantinople.-Camiridf^e Cknmcle, Aug. 2, tbe Avon, !�umner, from London. 7, the Bprwirk, Jcffcry, from ditto. - the Elizabeth, Pncre, from ditto. Sailinsrs feom Port Jackson. July l.Mh, the Lusitnnia, Lanirdon, for Van Dicmnn's Land, and was to sail from thence for England the \hih September. July 21st, the Brampton. Moore, for Kio Janeiro. Aug. 2, the Mercnnr, Edwards, on a fishing voyage. 5fl2th, the Urania. Newton, for Rio Janeiro. The Regalia, Collins, was to sail from Port Jackson tbe 22d Antr. for Holmrt Town and England. The Wooniediom of yonr valn^de piAlication, whether any hopes of pardon have been held out to tbe wretched man in question, and wmther his sentence is lilidy to be exeented; especially as an accompUce in onie of the niost atrocions mocders tint ever di^^ed the annals of this couiatry is said to have obtidoed a commnta^oo of punishment. In answering this query, yon will much oblige. Sir, your constant reader, HOMO. iirever,'iqiin�jbdeaetipti�i^of Grata^th^ sales being )[^rthe.s6ir&ra certainly made at fullasgood prices ij. n Friday die Market was a very brisk one, and a further ad-V8Ac6 todk place in all kinds of Grain. Fine Old W hite Wfreat was sold as high as 82s, per qoarter j New ditto 76s. to 77s. per quarter, and good samples at 76�. to8()s. of Old White Wjieji; being an improvement of about 2s. per quarter. On Barley tbo;a Has likewise a rise of full 2s. perqmirier; the best parcels oJ Malting Bariev, fetching 42s. per quarter, and good parcels Ruing oil"at 349. to4lhj. I Grinding Barley was quoted at :iUN to Jus. Aii advance took place on Oats of'is. to 3;>. per quarter, I'otatoe (3uli fetching as high a price as 328, to 3oi. per Quarter. Poland were very good sale at 28s. to 30s; and Feed Oat�_ioid at "ioi. lo 'J:s. . per quarter; and other descriptions of ISfuns and Peas were dearer uy 2s. per quarter. The following is tbe quantity of Grain sold, the ajuount received, and tbe Corn Exchange average price for the Port uf l^ndon, for the week ending the 24th January. Wheat Barley OaU -Rye -Beans Peas - Quantity. 11,011 8,129 12,9o9 t)t)� 3,201 1,768 Amount. ^' jt.   d. Jd,"-2iS 7 11,.3S0 (j .17,102 17 i,j70 8 0,111 17 3,lfftJ 2 Average. 1 J lu 0 u 7 i 1 3 10 U) 10 6 10 6 II 0  0 ly 4 At Smitbfield Meat Market on Monday, the supiil v consisieJ of 2,774 Boasts, 19,240 Sheep, 220 Pigs, and 140 Calves, which was reckoned a short supply. In consequence of this, the best Spaj-ed Heifers, good Herefords and Diirhams, tine Stoft^ ami Kunt'^, and all superior Cattle wore very good s.ile at 4s. td. iier stone ; and the second rate beasts, inch as middle aged Co\>s and coarsf Oxen, were tolerable good s.-ile at 3s. to j's. 10�i. The Market price of Mutton for the finest Downs, was 43. (id., hut some verv perfect Downs, weighing from eight to nine stnuc, Mild at 4s. fj, to 4s. lOd. per stone. The older Wethers and liwcs led iied .'Ja. Sif. to 4s. 4d., according to quality, la the Veul traile, the Market was very busy, and prime young Calves in some iiistanies tetei.ed as high as 6's. 6d. per stone ; the geiienil price tor }oiwig C'aUes of 14 to 13 stoncj being hovNeveros. lOd. to 6's. 4d. liir^^u ralves sold at .5s. to OS. bd. per stone. In Pork every thing was steady ; Dairy-fed Pork fetched 5s. 4d. per stone, and l.ir^e Purk wat quoted at 4s. to 5s. The Alarket, generally s|)eakiii((, waiu bri^k one, and all meat sold well. On Iriday, the cattle supply consisted of 407 beasts,, 3,37U s!icep, yo pigs, and 140 calves ;'but the great, r part of the supply consisted of rather inferior quality, and a cim.sequeiit ledm tion U)ok placo in all kinds of meat. The best !M(iits, Runts, am! Devons olfered, did not fetch more than 4s. to Is. 2d. per stone, and the general qualities sold at 3s. 4d. to 3s. lOd. l,i Muiion, there was likewise a reduction, the abeep being ot iiileriui qmi-litv, and the best Downs and Wethers in the Alarket did not go oft' at more than 48. to 4s. 4d. per stone, while older sheep were Ss. 4d, to 38. 6d. per stone. Veal declined considerably ; the be�t calves did not obtain more than 6s. per stone, and the larger calves were heavy at 4s. lOd. to 59. tid. The supply of I'i^s was very short, but Pork was dull sale, t)�e demand ijeing trivial, and (be b�*t doiry-fcd pork did nut obtain muru tlioo os. per stone, iHjiag a decliue  �. to 2/. ! were very steady.   

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