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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1823, London, Middlesex                                .-'J        :�-/ ; '-^^ No. 6,388. LONDON* SM^URDAY, MAY 24, 1^23^ Price 7d. KING'S THEATRE. THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, May 24, wiU be perfoimed Roaaini's Opera of OTELLO. With a new BaUet, caUed ALFRED liE GRAND, ROI D'ANGLETERRB. NEhV THEATRE HOYAI., DRURY-LANE. THIS .EVENING, SATURDAY, May 24, his Majesty's Servants wUl act the Operatic Drama of THE TRAVELLERS; Or, JIUSIC'S FASCINATION. Zaphimiri, Mr. Cooper'; Koyan, Mr, 'Braham. Cdinds, Mis� Stqjhens. After which the.new Comedy of SIMPSON AND CO. , To conclude with the Farce of ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE, THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. npHIS EVENING, SATURDAY, May 24, wiU be X pcted the Opera of CLARi; Or, THE iMAID OF MILAN. Duke Vivaldi, Mr. Abbftt; Rolamo, Mr. Fawcett. Claii, Mist M. Tree. To which wiU be added THE SLEEP WALKER. To conclude with the new Farce of THE DUEL. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. 1       FOR THE BENEFIT OP MISS FOOTS. ^N THURSDAY, June paiticular desire), tbe jVirgiDjus, M�. Mncteady; Irilius, Mr. 0. Kemble; Virginia, Miss Foole. After >;hich (also by particular desire), the Comic Piece of MATRIMONY. jDelsral (lecond and last time), Mr. Macready; Clara, Miss � Foots. In which Character she will introduce a most popular I   Sonffand Waltz. ; In the course of the Evening, selected songs, by Miss Faton and I Miss M. Tree. , The whole to conclude with a revived and very favourite M ELO-[ � DRAMA. .The principal Characters by Mr. W. Farrcn, !Hr. ' Abbott, Mrs. Vinmg, Mr. Farley, and Aliss Foote. With the very celebrated Dance from the grand Romance of Cherry and Fair Star. Private Boxes, Places for the Boxes, and Tickets, to be had of Miss Foote, at 34, Keppell-street, Russell-squrje, and of Mr. Brandon, at the Bos .Office. ) THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. MISS F. H. KELLY has the honour of announcing to tbe Friends and the Public, that her BENEFIT i> N fixed for SATURDAY, 7th June, when will be performed the ' Tragedy of VENICE PRESERVED. JaSer, Mr. C. Kemble; Pierre, Mr. Macready; Bdvidaa, ^ Miss F. H. Kelly. After which, the Petit Comedy of THREE WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE, r Charles Racket, M?. Jones ; Lady Racket, Miss F. H. Kelly. To conclude with a Musical Entertainment. Particulars in future bills. I Tickets may he had of Mr. Brandon, at the Bc>'.c.oi�ce; and of ftfiss F. BT. Kelly, 31, Newman-street. OLYMPIC THEATRE. \ NEWCASTLE-STREET, STRAND. Vrwrn EVENING, SATURDAY, May 24, Mens. ii. ALEXANDRE will present his new Performance, in Three lets, written expressly for him, and calculated to display his pecu-W powers 01 VENTRILOQUISM, and other astonishing con-ivuuccii of the human voice, under die tifle of NICK AND THE DEVIL; Or, ASMODEUS IN LONDON, MTiich will be recited, acted, sang and gesticulated, by Monsieur .ALEXANDRE, widioutany assistance, collusion, confederacy, wECCompaniment; and having only his own voice in lus favour, le hopes to prove himself most industrioudy anxious to merit and ebtain the Voice of the Public . To begin at half-past Seven-Second Prite a quarter before Places fot die Boxes to be taken at the Boz-Office. Boxes 4s; Pit 2s. GaL Is. ADELPHS THEATRE, STRAND. .iemat popularity of Messrs. WILKINSON and 3. REEVE'S JVEW ENTERTAINMENT renders it necessaiy to extend their Performances t� EVERY EVENING. I^HIS and EVERY EVENING, Mr. WILKINSON . aad Mr. J. REEVE will repeat their EntfiitMnment of TRIFLES LIGHT AS AIR, And BACHELOR'S fORMENTS. ~ In the course of the Evening the following naw Comic Songs :- ! My Grandmother's Advice'-" The Chutchw�rdeBs' Dinner"- 'AChapterof Accidents"-"The Election."-�Mr^. Xi-" ."A 'Aip to Richmond"-"Oh 1 Mighty Lo>e!"-"Hyde far'.: on � Sunday"-" Tlie Pleasures ofSociety"-" "i'k a Folly ;ti)tdk of Lire's Troubles,""-and a new E�traT�';oxia, "First ividdt ffi-ace ertraordinaire."" T!i:i,hdle to conclude lath Mr. 3. Retre's sduired IMITATION'S of the principal London Perfdrmera. I Doors open at Half-past Seven, and begin at Eight. SUPERFINE BEAVER HATS. RICHARD KITCHEN, Hat-Maker, resnectfuUy begs to -EflJidt the attention of his friends and the public to �n elegant and estensire assortment of Gentlemen's Superfine Beaver Hats, sf the 'ocst possible manufacture and approved shapes, �rhich he is now ready \a submit to thdr inspection, on the most reasonable terms. Also, a great variety of Ladies' and Children's Leghorn, Straw, Chip, and^xncy Hats and Bonnets, trimmed in the most fashionable Btvle. No. SB, E5n�.street, comer of New-street, Covent-gaiden, TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT THE FIRST OF JUNE, FOR BENGAL, the Teak Ship SUSAN, A h then 870 Tons, WILLIAM HAMILTON, tJommander (of the Honourable Cmnpany's Service); has excellent accommodation for Passengers, and carries a Surgeon ; lying in the City For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander,.at the Jem salem Coffeehouse, or to �iem uonee ^^^^ faIBLIJI, BONHAM,and Co. Broad-street-buildmgs. BACKLER'S GRJEAT window of the l-AST SUPPER, for the Altar of Hereford Cathedral, trom the grand Picture by \rest, the property of his Majesty, wiU :;be EXHIBITED THIS DAY, at his GaUery, Newman .Atreet. Open from Ten till Dusk.-Admittance One Shilling. .   BRITISH FIRE OFFICE. -m.^^r,,^.r. . . London,.May22,1823. [VrOTICE IS hereby given, that a GENERAL COURT X'^ of PROPRIETORS WiU be holden at their Office, in the Smnd,on WEDNESDAY NEXT, at Twelve o'Clo^at Noon! whena Dividend will be declared for the Half-year ending at Lady The Chair will be taken at One o'Clock precisely. _JOHN HELPS, SeereUry. OFFICE OF THE OAS LIGHT AND COKE COJMPANV Bridge-street, Blaekfriars, 22d May, 1823. XDO hereby give Notice, that the following, PROPRIETORS, viz. .- JOSEPH COOPER, Esq. BENJAMIN COOPER, Esq, and MATTHEW KEMP, Esq. JOSEPH DOANE, Esq. and WM. HENBV?,POR'i?fiR, Esq. , have, pursilahtto the BighA Bxrhiw of this Company, severally given me Notice of theirmtentioa to stand for the Office of a Director at the Election which will take place on the oth Day of JUNE next. Bv Order, RICHARD GUDE, Secretary. Directors. Proprietors, ^ SUPERB BEAVEK HATS. r^ALGN'S NEW BEAVER HAT combines every VX requisite a Gentleman coidd desire. It is of matclriess beauty, resists all weather, neither spotting nor softesing with ram; it retains its shape to the last, and is of unexampled dfttti-bihty, in all respecta equalling any two made in the usual way Price 28s. Manufactured by Galon and Co. Patentees, 424, Strand, corner of Bedford-street, London; and No. 10, Coliege-green, Dublin. SUPERB LACE DRESSES. "PRISON, "WILLSON, and Ca have just finished se--L/ vera! entire new patterns m Crfonade and Flounced Dresses, which for correctness of design and beauty of work have never been equalled in British Manufacture. They have likewise received from theur MRni;faCtory at Brussels a ne* Collection ^ Point and Bn^s sels Sprigged Veils, Scarft, iSquftrea, itc, at unusually low prices. Valenciennes and MechUn Laces in great variety.-No. 237, Regent-street, exactly facing the Arg^ Rooms. JUPP, HATTER, REMOVED. 2 JUPP most respectfully beg* leave to inform the �J  Nobaity, Gentry, his Friends, and thfe Public, that he has removed ftwm Old Bond-street to No. 222, REGENT-STREET, opposite Maddoxistteet, wiiere he solidts a continuance of their favours, and to mspect a large, assortment of LADIES' LEGHORN, FANCY STRAW, and SILK BONNETS, of every description; LADIES' RIDING HATS, &c; GENTLEMEN'S MILITARY and NAVAL HATS, plain and trimmed, for their inspection. Thirty net Ceftt. under Prime Cost MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS, MORTARS, &C. EGIFPIN, Statuary, respectfully announces to the  Nobility and Gentlemen in the building and ornamenting of Mansions, that he has for sale a neat assortment of Veined Blach, Dcve, Black and Gold, and Fancy MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, and Ornaments for Drawing-ro'jms, from Five to Fifty Guineas .each; large Black Chimney Columns, Monument and Wall-Pieces, with every article of Statuary, for ready money. N.B. Packed carefully, and sent to any part of the coiintey. Manufactory at No. 37, Warwick-street, Golden-square'; Warehouse, No. 147, Regent-street, betweenSurlmgton-street and VigO- GENUINE WINES. . GEORGE BLUNDELL, WINE MERCHANT, No. 29, Chancery-lane, London, apprises hisjrieuds, that in consequence of the contempt the trade is brought.into by. Adver-dsing Wine Dealers, he dfeems it necessary to' stale, that any Wines delivered from his Va'ults, and ndt approved of, will be taken back free of Carriage. His Stock of Old Wmes consists of Port, Viatage 181S and 1817, from 483. to 60s. per dozen. Old Dry Pale and Brown Sherry, 453. to 58s. Cape .Vladeira, matured in flavour by age, a choice Table Wine, 24s. to 303.  With a capital Stock of other Wines and Proof. Spirits, at Dock Prices. Vaults, No. 29, Chancery-lane,adjoining Messrs. Brookes s Bank lEFL'GE FOR THE DESTITUTE, HACKNEY ROAD AND HOXTON. -Instituted ih 180S. AT the SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY of this fl. INSTITUTION, holden at the City of London Tavern, lie 10* day of May, 1823, the Treasurer and Committee have *e satufscuon to acknowledge the following Donations Rt. Hon. Earl of Liverpool . -30 0 lord Vise. Sidmouth   - 10 10 Kight Hon. Lord Kenyon 21 0 Rilht Hon. Field Mar. ihal Earl Harcourt . 10 0 Kt. Hon. and Rt. Rev. Bishop of London - 10 10 nn. H. G. Bennet, M.P. 2 0 Ikos. Coattsnay Warner, Esq. - - 5 6 Miss Ward, of Iver, Bucks, the produce of penny    subscriptions, ' DeiBg the 7th donation 15 0 ^ lady Hampson .11 �>.'m. Wis, Esq. - 1 1 SiiRobt. Wigram, Bart. 10 10 John Round, Esq. - 10 10 Thomas Roberts, Esq. - 5 6 J. C. Weguelin, Esq. -i)sniel Rainier, Esq. Sev. Samuel Wix Mrs. Cay -Hobett Briscoe, Esq. -James Woolley, Esq. -f". 3. F. Roberts Mward Forster, TSsq. -Mm. Edward-Forster . Mbert Sutton, Esq. Hobt. Sutton, jun. Esq. -James Sutton, Esq. Jtv. Edward Owen raos. Gribble, jun. Esq. 'lessrs. Peacock and Co. 6 2 10 10 6  S �. I. Jeremiah Barman, Esq. by Edw. Harman, Esq. ^ Steward       -        . 10 10 Henry Harman, Esq. by ditto . . 10 10 Dr. Pierce Richard Sparkes, Esq. -William Sparkes, Esq. -Edward Stevens, Esq. -Richard P. Glyn, Esq. -Jackson Perring, Esq. -John Ridoutj.Esq. Henry Sterry, jun. Henry Wordsworth, Esq. John P. Atkins, Esq.   -Mrs. Smith J. E. Bicheno, Esq. Mrs. Sterry Rev. Joseph Henderson, of Benares S. H. Sterry, Esq. A Friend, by ditto -Rivett, Esq. Henry   Wansey,   Esq. Warminster     -   .  S. Kemp, Esq. Joiin Teague, Esq. Mr. Samuel Sapswortb -Mr. John Kiddle Mr. Justice Best Mr. - Nettlefield J. A. Clarke, Esq, Rev. Daniel WiUiams   -Richard Clark, Esq. The Committee would also be allowed to make their thankfu' �snowledgments for the foUovring sums paid to tlieir Bankers :- ^- E. at Messrs. WhiU jOore aiid Co.'s        . 30 Messrs. �. t. Charles Moore, Esq. at Messrs. Hoares - 5 C. and A. W. at ditto  3 E. S. at ditto  1 \h. L. �aSamar/taDjBtditto   . S (To be continued.) imn � ^'''"88 is supported by Voluntary Contributions; and the iportance of it cannot escape the disciuninating eye, nor be unfelt "7 .*e generous heart of the British PubUc. � - o-"-."�o ucart 01 ine J______________ n,,."n>phlet, containing a short account of the Refuge for the of lifi^' "Sybeliad, gratis, at Lloyd's Coffechbuse, and City KnT^-?,T Tavern; of Mr, Aspeme,.CbrnhiU; Mr. flatchard, Mr. PhilUps,         . A Gentleman by Cheek on liitBaDker       . 1 0 0 10 0 10 1 0 9 0 I 0 9 0 EAST INDIA HOUSE, May 21, 1823. , THE court of .diregtors of the united COMPANY of MERCHANTS of England trading to the JJast Indies do hereby give notice. That the Comiuittee of Buying and Warehouses will "be ready to receive Proposals in writing, sealed up, on or before Wednesday, the llth June, 1823, tcom such Persons as may be willing to supply the Company with HORSE ARTILLERY HARNESS, and the Conditions of the .Contract may be seen on application to the Clerk of the said Commiftee, with whom the proposals must be left before Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon of the said i 1th day of June, after which hour the' Committee will not receive any tender. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. MR. JOHN. MASTERMAN having announced his intention of proceeding to the Ballot on the next Vacancy which shdl occur in the East India Direction, the attaidance of his Friends, and of such Proprietors of East India Stock as propose to honour him with their support, is inoiit earnestly requested at a MEETING, which will take place at tiie City of London Tavern, on .TUESDAY NEXT, the27th instant, at One o'clock precisely. I J. Smith, Mansion-  R. G. Bazett James  Alexander, house.place       Robert Williams        Devonshire-square G. W. Wentworth    Beiyamin Barnard    Lewes I>oyd James BailUe '     . .... John fllattin William Bumie Robert P6"dihdre �tVilliam Rfemjngton Peter Vere N. M. BothschUd George Carr Glynn John Thomson Isaac Currie Thomas Weeding William Morgan A. J. Nash John Canceller J. T. Daubuz Robert Shedden George Grote May 22,1823. J. C. WegiteUn James Innea A.A. MieviUe  Thomas C.Waniit Andrew ,Loughnaa S. Maijoribanks Hcnry_P�er� Joseph Timperon Felix Ladbroke Michael W. Troy Robert Christie George Ward Samue IScottj B. Sanderson John Auldjo John Woolley Edward R. Tunno R. Borradaile J. Baker. Richards Tir ANTED fa) PURCHASE, SHARES in the WEST-r^kW^'^^^^ SOUTH LONDON,.and IMPERIAL GAS LIGHT COMPANIES.-Apply to Mr. Helps, 9, Firich-lane, Cornhill. -r . j LAW LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. TS/^ANTED. an ACTUARY for this Society, Gentle TT     men offering themselves as Candidates for the Situation are requested to send their Testnnoniala to the Secretary, Mr. AndCTixro, Qiiality-court, ChanceryJane, on or before Friday next, the 3(Jtii Instant, by T*dre o'clock at Noon. JAMES ANDERTON, Secretary. HOLL'S HOTEL, WHITE BEAR INN AND TAV:^RN, PICCADILLY, LONDON. 'J'   HpLL jespectfuliy Acquaints Gentlemen, Fami- lies, and l';havellefSi that he has opened theabove Hbuse, witii a capital stock of old Wines and Spirits. A Larder well supph'ed with best provisions Snd at eeonoiBieal charges-Wdi-aitett Beds. The airy superiority'rtJf the situation and its fashtortable Deigh- bourhood, render it.of.^e first consequence to sojoufiiersftiiilSe country, being but^iW ntinutea' walk from the Parks aad-'Sie Theatres. ' Superior Stabling and lock-up Coach Hdases.-Caache8 to and from every part of the United Kingdom and the Continent. OME-BREWED ALE AND BEER.-NEED- TO THE PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA STOCK. Ladies and Gentlemen, Allow me to solicit your attention to the accompanying Resolutions, wliich were passed at a numerous and most respectable Meeting this day, at the City of London Tavern. After the very flattering sentiments conveyed in these Resolutions, I teel that any expressions of my own would only weaken their force; I will not therefore presume to add a word on the sabjectof my pretensions : but should tbey be favourably received, I pledge myself the most faithful and zealous exertions for the in-terests of the East India Company. I have the honour to be. Most respectfully. Ladies and Gentlemen, Your faithful and obliged Servant, J. PETTY MU9PRATT. Ne* BrOad^lreet, May 23, 1823. ^- -^-_ At a numerous and roost respectable Meeting of Proprietors of East India Stork, held at the City of London Tavern, on Friday, the 23d May, 1023, The Right Hon. Lord Viscoiint EXMOUTH, G.C.B. in the � Chair, It was proposed by Su- Charles Flower, Bart., seconded by David Inglis, Esq., and resolved unanimously-. That,' with a view to the most efficient pdministration of the East India Company's affairs, it has been frequentiy iirged, and admitted, that the Court of Directors should be composed of a due proportion of their Civil, Military, and Naval Servants ; and, i�s the Company is essentially commercial, being, in truth, " the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies," it is, in the opinion of this Meeting, equ^y necessary, and of the first importance to the interests of the Proprietors, that the Court of Directors should also contain a due proportion of Merchants of acknowledged talents, integrity, and experience. 2dly. It was proposed by Sir Charles CockereU, Bart, M.P., seconded by Charles Forbes, Esq., M.P., and resolved unanimously, That this Meeting consider John Petty Muspratt, Esq. weU qualified for a seat in the direction of the Company's Affairs, not only from his long mercantile experience, but from his industrious habits and general acquirements as a practical man of busine.^s. Upon these grounds they strongly recommend .Mr. Muspratt to the favourable consideration of the Proprietors, and they are the more confirmed in the expediency of this recommendation, when they advert to the Cornpany's having been, in the last few years, deprived of several mercantile members of their executive body. Sdly. It was proposed by Joseph Hume, Esq. M.P., seconded by John Blades, Esq., and resolved unanimoasly. That, upon the principles of the foregoing resolutions, this Meeting do collectively and individually pledge themselves to support, a5d. to exert then: influence in favour of Mr. Muspratt's well-tounded pretensions to a seat in the direction ; and tliat they will usfe their best endeavours to promote his election upon a ftimre vacancy. .   , � ,    �    � EXMOUTH, Chairman.' Charles Forbes, Esq. M.P. having subsequendy taken tbe Chair, it was proposed by the Honourable Basil Cochrane, seconded by Sir John �. Harrington, Bart., and resolved unanimously. That the thanks of mis Meeting be given to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Exmouth, for his able conduct in the chair. SCOTT'S Fashionable DYES to colour SILK STOCKINGS, &�.; MUSLINS, LINENS, COTTONS, SILKS, RIBBANDS, &c. Lilac Bloom or Purple Dye, Is. and 23. 6d.; Pink Dye, Is. and 2s. 6d.; Liquid True Blue Dye, Is. and upwards ; Nankeen Dye, Is. 2d.; improved Pink Saucers, 6d. and Is. each; durable Marking Ink, 23.; Black Reviver, Is.; Imperial Blue Writing Ink, 6d. and Is.; Salt Lemons, Indirn Glue, Plate Powder, Urn Ditto, and various other Goods; also his su- Sirfine Water Colours in cakes and boxes, with moist Articles for rawing and Colouring. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by George Scotl, at his original Manufactory, 417, Strand, opposite the .idelphi (esta-blished 40 years). Merchants, Captains, and the Town and Country Trade supplied in any quantities, on the most liberal terms. '       � P. TODE begs to inform the Nobility and Gentry, _ r� that at hb Manufactory, 248, Rcgent-street, adjoining the Argyll-rooms, he has amost excellent selection of ornamental, musical, spring, bracket, and long clocks, ladies' dress and wearing watcnes ;� gentiemen's gold and silver ditto, which assortment consists of musical, repeating, duplex, horizontal, and vertical wiitches; likewise a capital assortment of ladies' and gentiemen's gold cliains, seaU, keys, rings, brooches, pins, and other dress orna-ments. G. P. Tode begs to inform his friends and the public, that he is determined to manufacture none but the very best of articles, all of which, being manufactured under his own inspection, enables him to warrant and offer them to the public at reduced prices, for ready money onljr. G. P. Tode likewise repairs all sorts of clocks, watches and jewellery. Country orders executed with despatch and accuracy. H ING The .   . ,  .     _______,------------ economy, begs to call the attention of the public to the great ad. vantage and comfort derived from the possession of genuine home-brewed Ale and Beer, produced in the highest perfection by this machine, at less than half the brewer's charge, and in quality, flavour, and soundness for keeping, superior to that'brcwed frtKb the same quantity of malt and hops ny any other process. is economical in time, labour, and fuel; and, with the printed directions given, may be used successfully without any previous knowledge of brewing: it is also applicable to various other domestic and culinary purposes. The machine is made of various sizes, warranted to answer, price eight ipounds and upwards. Sold (only) at 203, Piccadilly, where also may he ha,, .... HUISH BEE-HIVE, from which the Combs are extracted without killing the Bees. COLLECTION OF PICTURES OF DISTINGUISHES , ^       ^ "  CELEBRITY. .|;Mr. STANLEY has the honour of announcing to the public that he has.received instructions to submit to Sale ny Auction, in the msuing month, (unless to acceptable offer should be-made for the whole,) AWKLi;-KNOWN and Jiis^hly-distinguished COt-LECTION of PICTURES, "the property of a Gentleman, whose jccurate judgment In Works of Art, anU liberal nattooago of .eminent Artist*, J>av� lAng placed him in the first rank of con-l-nolsseurs. A dracrjptive Otalogne is in preparation. Further particulars yill be made known, and the days of view hand sa^ Jmnoiiipced infritute Advertisements; or on applicii^loo to ''Mr. Stanley, at his Auction Rooms, Mtiddox-atSreet, HaViover, squ^sei. and No. 81, Old asndjtftet. WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS have obtained the sanction and approbation of Gentiemen of the Medical Profession, as a safe and valuable Medicine, in removing obstructions, and relieving other inconveniences to which the female fframe is liable, especially those which at an early period of life frequently arise from want of exercise and general debiUty of the system. They create an appetite, correct indigestion, Jemove iddiness and nervous head-ache, and are eminently useful in windy isorders, pains in the stomach, shormess of breath, and palpitations of the heart. Purchasers are requested to remark, that, as a testimony of authenticity, each bill of directions is signed with the name of " C. Kearsley," in writing; sold wholesale and retail in- London by Wright, No. 46, Fleet-street; Barclay and Sons, Fleet-market 4 Newbery and Sons, St. Paul's Church-yard ; Sutton and Co., Bow Church-yard; Sanger, 150, Oxfo d-street, opposite Bood-strcet; Evans and Son, Long-lane, Smithfield; Johnston, Greek-street, Soho ; Butier and Sons, Cheapside; Godfrey and �VVindus,. Bi.shopsgate-street; and by all Country Venders, at 28. 9d. per Box. �* It is necessary to inform the Public that Kear.sley's is the only original and genuine Medicine, and has been prepared by them for more than thirty years. GARY'S liOOK OF THE ROADS. Dedicated by Permission ft) the Right Hon. the Postmaster. General, price I3s. ift Poards, or I4s. 6d. httlf-bound. pARY'S ITINERARY, Ninth Edition, iaTcfuUlf (Tor-\^ rected; being an accurate Sur/ey of the great Koadj, 'direct and cross, throughout England and'Vv ales, with Part of Scoilandi made by command of his Majesty's Postmaster General, for ofliHai Purposes: with Routes to upwards of 9000 Places; not giveh 5n any other Work of this description; the whole of the Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Seats; a complete List of London and Provincial Stage Coaches; Maps of the principal Watering Places, and a general Map of England and Wales, &c.; also a detailed Account of the New Holyhead Road, pointing out the improvements which have taken place, and those in contemplation,' from the Survey of .Mr. Telford, made by order of the Parliamentary Commissioners -Note. This AVQrk may be hid bound, with a set of county maps of a corre.sponding size, price IL IBs. Calf gilt. Published by John Cary, 8B, St. James^s^street, opposite Pan-mall; and may be had of the principal booksellers throughout the kingdom. A CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS. THE INFALLIBLE GERMAN CORN-PLAS-- TER. This most effectual Remedy has enjoyed a very extensive sale in this country and on the continent for upwards of half a century, and continues to maintain a decided superiority over all Omtments, Salves, &c. of the like description, affording immediate relief to persons afflicted with Corns of recent or long standing, which it speedily eradicates, without the least injury to the feet. It is an excellent remedy for Warts, and one of tiie beat tppUca-tions for a Green Wound. Prepared by T. Axtell, and sold m Boxes at Is. I id. each. Also, Dr. SALMON'S GUTTLE VIT^, or CORDIAL DROPS, for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Consumptions, and Disorders arising from Obstructions of the Breast and Lungs. In Botdes at Is. 9d. and 2s. 9d. each. Sold by Messrs. Barclay, Fleet-market; Butler, Cheapside, and 220, Regent-street; Edward's, St. Paul's Church-yard; Purser, 1, Fiiicn.lane; Sanger, 160, Oxford-street; Sutton and Co.,Bow-Church-yard; Mackrill, 33, Whitechapel; Ward, 324,Holborn; and all venders of patent medicines. IRISH DOUBLE DAMASK TABLE-at one quarter the price, with SUPERB CLOTHS, equal to Harabro', ai one quarter me pnce, witi the largest, che&pes^ and best stock of LINEN DRAPERY in Europe, at ARGYLE HOUSE, Regent-street, .three doors from tiie Ar^le Rooms, viz.:-60 dozen breakfast cloths, at 19d.each ; damasknapkins, at 7s. 6d. a dozen; strong sheets, 53. a pair; fine ditto, 8s. 6d.; real Russia ditto. 10s. Cd. ; Irish diaper clodis, 2 jrards size, 43. 4d. each; damask ditto, 6s.; ditto, 2J yards long, 5s. 6d. ; double ditto, 8s. 3d.; 3 yards long ditto, 12s. 6d.; double ditto, 16s.; ^ ditto, 14s. 6d.; double ditto, 18s. 3d.; witii every size to the largest, equally cheap. Stoutsheeting, 6d. a yard ; fine ditto, 8d.; Russia ditto, lOd.; fine and stout ditto, fuU 5-ltiis wide, 12d.; worth 17d.; very superior quality^ 16d. and I8d. ; die finest imported, 22d. to 28.; 16 pieces of Dulex Holland, at the price of Irish; real Russia, full width, requires no seam, 2s. 6d.; the common price 3s.; fine Irish, Mths wide, 14d.; a superior quality, full 6-4ths wide, 22d. Eight Hundred Pieces of the bestlnsh Lmens ever imported. Good quality, lid. a yard; stout, 12d.; fine and stout, I4d.; very fine, 15d. and 18d. Seventy or eighty pieces undressed, a littie soiled but beautifully fine, 2s. to 2s. 4d., which cannot be equalled mthcr^ularway under3s.3d. Good large Counterpanes, 48.. Bd^ each ; .elegant Marseilles . lilts, 3 yards square, Ifis. ; large Russia .towels, lOs. a dozen ; stoat hnckaback,8d. a yard; glass cloths, 5s. 6d. a dozen; flnedia-pers for children, 78. Bd.. the piece of twelve squares ; damask le-noes, 8-4th8 wide, lOd. ayard; eurtahimuslins, 4|d. 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