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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 3, 1825, London, Middlesex                                SALES SYlAUCTIQJ?. - ,--ir-r--'-"i'"'=.oi^�.x N^SXT; In Two LoH. '>--?%-"�maWe Policy in the. Equitable inauiarice i^', �.S'^L*' l.OOO/: effecj^jn i^ireh, 1804, wi.h the ^^li|dyo�_ t^rtOD,.ainoumin? tsx 67^5/.: Ufe 49.   Preroiam >tl�t2. A0iliofor�dO/.effectedirfA"priI, IsoS.od thesame life: bebadiitday�.|)reri9us to thtSale, of 31 Mm. - �-'�'^ST"^^"'-''?'?''' ^' John^treet, Bedford-row ; �t tfie The Ukswl 2g a content, (l^;the�ttiBIiii�n t;i(n':Tl��fcS'iii^i' giani^ at Ihe '    �' ^.tjadiojf^ fiofli. jiorta'-------------.-|idi-(o'ports sdullupafd (^i^tbuBiitdm to j^Miici^ tbe iratbctn 'a$be?;e��e�^Bd-^4t[!pw!nL �^ ibe ports-on trsUhi aolfftr iresteri>0*tt ofKbifftna; fm&di^ Xtiwpoalarid ^ ;H^l^^�lStO�Ji8'e��  Vwtoifltaiilt.WatMapeted. jmd. m �eTid(- ---- - 8I�!^i^.'Iil*aT�ooI, an* oieritfci wTateotin. ______fi�m' to!, abd^'fisteGia�a;=aiut:JU.. 1 .^-PjartrfBt-itoiftSfooffW neelV^to:^ wsrtaWlrm-.ptteMf ^^^l^ iwbie^lwriipitM tffwJiDg;,.%iU W abridg�d�5t/.wi�i*W. ^ss^! �eo(�rttwftU��o�-eb6Soeeftbirf4>f-to.almuonS S&iiin -N�yitat�D,  : Afe Jact that the'English capital ^jdreddy.embarked; ^ No^-.i. .:Araerit�a�iii Canada and otber: Mrts of the G(�tl�, jcs,feenonnbu�v there can be no dOnb'ttbat the nuin.r ^^and the-quantity of Freight Trill ho'abidcon. " -'ThlsH=S6ipaAy *21 tfIsoaflbid thetnosl reg^iltr and advantageous tteua :ftr'the Ttajispow of ^roops and OOTemmeDtStores.  - Gobitot-fiieinSts itfillimi-oj>on ^hiThamea' and Valenai liifc, frdm fhitAnveyance-of thepwu-Jfe of the most ferUIedJstrictof lT�hind,MOTiKsUhojt-etetoded by. tlie delay of SaUiog Nwriga-tion. an'd^the return of Britijb maau&clnreagooda direct fromtbe) Estimates Jiave'. been fimiled; oh-actual--tenders, forthe whole Otttifitv-Satlnding-espeBseaof NaTigati'on�FueI, && TheirtuniS' inxalciiUted-vpooiilhVestabliahedjates of Freight and moderate cbargeafor Panenem. :'tJpOQ.tucn^nipiilations, the-Undertafc-iOffoSenJar^e and sbiady Profit fot theniSMf Capital,'-ud-the Mole Exnendihiri win be.vested in. solid ioaiSaUe propq-ty. .."Xfais^Oqect'hHNbceD.aubmiued tDi. The sitpply ofcbaij tOlhewboItrektiRit ofeonntry borderiojjopoD thi:i(iaiai,i(iia^ae(>i)i!ldera&ledjs-taate on each tidr'of.itj'lni^dlB^ the tOvhs of Uonitoa, Taunton, Jlminst^'AxintAster,'Chard, CtwfcemeiVVeoril, -Cof^,' Cangport,. Briilge-water, andtittiers, takeirohljjrat'^e'^nalf ofthe eati-ciate, at iifiOO tons, att^gnSemes and other' goods a: 15,009-tqns-     .. ,-^V' ' ^i- TheUkempply ofcoalato tt'e'Bbutbietn'.psjti of England, 'taken at bne.^half ohiy'bf a redilced esti- ., -      .j^;!:^.,^.,' ^ ' M. Tonn^ofUmesib!>ef >;'-n''.';- r _  .1 � AllComimim6attbns'*o->ihUatfcista=hitheI)iirector!>, to^care of the S6Hch^^,G."EAR CHEAP-- ~    , SIDE.. ' At the AiCtion Mart, on FRIDAV. August 13, at 12, Desirthle-LEASEHOLD BESIDE-NCE, in excel- -lent- repair, situate No. 24^ CJoUefje-hill,. the comer of loSk-lane, Cheapside, and producing an irnproved rental of 2.5i. per.simiitaibdd for iipwaxfls of 16 years, and now in the occu pa ^ion of .a respectable tsnantat win. " May be viewed by pemd�si,on of the terianl,.and printed parti-calar�had.t>n the premises; at the Auction Mart; and of .'Mr Cauty, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, 80, Pall.roall, on board tne vessels that conveyed'the Jitter tegimem tbitber, for convcy.i[ice to England. .    - ^ CHANGE OF ST'A^IQNS IN IftELA>ED. ,  The G3d.( West Suffolk) REgJment oPlBfactry has fc'arrfred-f.-rm The Ihh (.\ortii Devon)"Regyrtent of Foot .has moVed frc-n Cork to Tralee. ' The'lath (l.�r York .Vorth Aiding) Regiment of tnfautr; hii trarcfiedltom Liinericlc to Cork.    � The 'S6th (Caineronian) Regiment of Fiwt'bas itiarc!�d frr-i Tralej; fo-'Liniericlc. ThfrSSlh - on the SU Jujy^jn iat..36, 41, iy .-. -485 ciui 41 days, all ��-?�!.' ....... The Birklj}-, iliiler, from Liverpoel, ha5 arrived at tiie .H.--vannaji. Sailed, the OW -Mahl, Tullv, for Quebec4-\Iroeiva, W>odbi- f,ir Silem ; Royal Oaii, Knowle?, for H3B^5^0t''daievQt?�'. - man, for Oporto;  Mary  Jane,   v--h-^^^, ----- 'ew tlamp3b'rre,"SRDiv, for Virg-.j.. : .�\iJ, Ii.ncvt3hs*, for .New Brjnswick. AST I.\r)IA~SHIPPING'. '��   . WILTON PLAOeTn^^ GBAVESEf^p; By-MessfKSTEVENg8'ii*^SitENCaLEY, "At the Auction M�it,Londoni�>n�Ein&JVJhe IStft ihjt.-at 12, L^A' DESiHABLE-Ji�EJS�P�iR:ESyiTJ& situate at i'J^'TiiXtmji^'P^iitxyttv^ nto�f4i� connty .^orJEeot, conipti!iq� a Urgeand eam ipbiU'Owdiin(^ltt>^, 4e*ly r.ertcted�c6JetaJahd(ng most ^xlAOii^^tot lite river Tbiiaj^ end Burrqmldfite country; -TB*tio&e3�:�trftalle/ aoil dra ftihllrdf lApecbMiJf^d tiontiiins a large servants' ~ r,xftiJhVsi5ciu,t>^ i� u N.B..:The expenses Of' msnagsment, repaln, and every other coatingescr, will be piovided for by the toimage arising on the ln> ttmal traffic on the Canal:. Jn the above olcollUlon no allowance is made for the 'vast in. crease of trade whiii it ahniially taUng jJlace in SOuth Wales, and ta which this tn�)eitakh>g vfll most cstentudly contribute; nor is anc tonnage reclconed inco^lbrongbtfivm Wales tolxindon; the -^tone Coal and Ccdm is however already used there, and on the east const of England; and there is every reason to expect that the com-1 Welsh Coal will find its'Wav to the London market, when a hr.> mi regular mode of tnndt shall he secured. Tiu? consequent inoeue of. trade and mtnufactnie in the fine and Voi>ulous country thflngh which the Canal will pass, presents a iwpea of additional revenue to a very coosiderahle extent; and " ;he peat Northern Canals, which have proved so Immensdv "cdncuve, that increase has hem the great source of profit. It ^"ould here be notieed that a recent n^tlation wUI albw the Cor-?otaiion, at a very moderate expojse, to make a branch Ship Ga-^al u) the populous and wealthy town�f Taunton, and that ejunc-|"n with the Grand Western Canal wiU^ by the same means, be 1: '.hould also be noticed, that although in the event of a war the "-�i5u through the Canal will be very materially augmented, the ;. ri�: of an income increasing with the advance of Dotbnal prospe- 'i lie capital of l,750,000t is directed -in the Act to be raised, by '      or low. each.   No shareholder will' be liable beyond hU i-cK. and his liability to future calla in respect Of such shares will �"raw immedfately on a transfer; the Act directs, that two months ^ "c least shall iniervene beiween each call, and that no call shall 6 per cent. �,/,. A 'iencral Meeting of tliB Suhsaiben will take place on the 18th ^- �> iRttst. to elect Directors, and make (he necessary arrange-' ^ far the commenccmesf of the woikj and" the Committee re-',. and Stevard The House Steward The BaUiff The Butler The Valet The CoBchman The Footman The Gioom The Porter, &c. &c. Printed for Kjiighi and Lacey, of an Booksellers. The Uonsckeeper The Lady's Maid The Cook The Housemaid The Laundry .Maid The Dairy Maid The Nurse The Maid of All Work &c &c iScc Patemostcr.row j and to be had ' ter.. ., ,. Hthi plapa..ar Isale;, o. ;�n>BDdvaDd^ Meafta'. �j � 'J''''�y?'i�QrjL)C':^'if^"uf^i"'Ji'ic'l. YALPA^^iplteCTS^^KlVaTT-A* AT TOVILL, NEAR MAIDSTONE. By Messrs. STEVENS ajid BRENCHLEY, At the Auction Mart, on FRIDAV* the 12lh insu at 12, unless an acceptable offer be previously made by private coniract, AMOST desirable FKBEHOLD SIX-VAT   A PER-MILL, substantially erected,' and very'eli^bly situate at Tovlll,.contiguou� to the River Hedway. - The mill lain foSwoik, and its paper has bexn loog held in high repute by a most excellent connexion, who furaiah a conitani demand for-its produce- .jUJs .parted with on-account of the decliinng health of the senior'parfner, and presents a verj desirable opportunity for metf of property to embark upital, either for letiiug or occupation of the estate. There-are TWO COTTAGES' eonagnous. tontiinlag fourteen rooms, capable of. beiiijg ixnfc^ted iiito one'conwnient dwel-ling.house. Also a three-atall stable^ coachhouse, bifcwhouse, malt-loft, 8tor�-cellsr,cow.Ioage, carpenter's and smith's shops, tool.house, poultry-house,.'p^gerf, twp.kitchen and tivo flower gardens. -',- - May be viewed with tickets'only^: and particulaia had at the plaice^pf sale; at the EeU'^nd Star Iniu, Maidstone^ and of Messrs. Stevens and Brenchley, 36, Old Jewry, London. This day is published, price \L Is. Part XV, of THE ENCyCLOPiEDIA METROtOLITANA. CoKTEifTS-I. Pure Sciences-Completion of Geometry. III. H"istotleal''and Biographical Division-Herod the Great- Caius C^sar Caligula-Tiberius CU-udius Drusos Cesari-Nero Cbudins Ctssar.. .4V. Miscellaneous Divislon,r-EngIiSh Lexicon -COP-OBfiCrrinelading Cork-Cossack-Council-Couraing- Cbijrt-Crane'-Creed-Crimea -Crocodile -Crottlus-r-CuIdees- Ctrrdistan-CycIa/les, &c &c. *� A few cojks are printed on royU paper, with proof inr-pressions of the PBles, priiSl/. 18s. The Parts from i. toXV.-on royal or demy paper, may be had together, or separately. Printed for J. Mawman; C. and J. - Rlvlngton ; Baldwin, Cradock, atid Joy; Sherwood, Gilbol, and Piper j- Q. B. Whit-taker; J- Duncan, London.; Parker, Oxford; and Bdihlon and Sons, Cambridges and may he had "of aU BoofcseUets In the United iUngdom. TO CHVM�T8, ORUCkJCBTS, &c. thalrible IiEASEHOLI>AWELliI>iG.HOUSE, with attrac-..tixpghop.Mjhoriou By Meisfs:.^TBVENS ahd BRENCHLEY, At theMart, onFRIDAVrtheTathmst., at 12, by order of the Aaalgnees, unless pfeviousiy; disposed of by private contract, AVery diafable LEASEHOLD ESTATE, cotniirising an excellent privileged'Family djwelling. House, in complete repair, with an attractive and,oonyenlent. Shop, aituate No. 28, .Alinories, now arranged for a, Chymist and Diuggist, but very eligible for any busbiess reiiuidng'a. sitpatioh coiittguous to the Docks. The House contains three servantt' roonis ; on theaecond story, two bedchambers, twatly papered aiid' {laiAted, with doseu and a store room; first stoiy^ a.^tswiog-reotn, with marble chim.: ney piece, a bedehamber, atjd .aepavenlent storeroom; ground fioor, a most excellent rpomy itna attnetive shop, fitted up in a most superior ifiantier for the business ora Cbyinist and Druggist, and-a parlonr behind, with'(Met �,''lh4t musfbe sold forwant of room. '  Cou;it^'M�Kio?�BolH'eBST&c supplied ira wbderate terms.  . SCURVY, SCROFULA, KINO'S EVIL, &c. FREEMAN'S ANTI-SCORBUTIC DROPS. These dreatlful disorders, in their most inveterate stages, whether occasioned by acrimonious matter retained in the habii, or intro. duced by certain indiscretions, intemperance, or injudicious use of Mercury, come parlicularly viniier the influence of this medicine: the reputation of which was firmly esublished in the successful and extcBslve practice of the late Dr. freeman, for a period of more than forty years, for all diseases originating in obstructed perspiration or itnpttri'.y of the blood, these Drops will be found a .�o. vereigo remedy, at the TOine time the safest medicine ihnt can be resorted to ; they are also an excellctit purifier of the blood, and are taken with great benefit in the Spring and Autumn. Sold in Bottles, at 2s. 9d.. 43. Od., lb., and 22s., by Butfcr, j Chemist, 4, Cheapside, St. Paul's i Savory and Co., 13fl, .Ne�-Bond-street, London;  and by the principal Medicine \'ender8 throughout the United Kingdom. Of whom may be had', MORRIS'S BRUNSWICK CORN PLASTER, an excellent remedy for eradicating Corns, Bunions, Ac.   In Boxes, at la. 1 .Jd. and it. 9d. The Resource, Pickford, from Qu.-bec, w-is off-irotir'"? K.'.r. FenzHn:e, the 30th uli. : she .spoke the .lldfratt. Bro�-n. f-on-Chica bound to Quebec, near the entrance of the St. ljas�Tc.--nver, on ihe 2d 0! July ; and in the river when about halr^a-j-, down, she s.1w a largif ship, haring two while jtrtaiis ore vel'o'r supposed 10 bethe.JuIiana. Foiheri'i;ham.    ' '     � The P_)ramus, lirndic. from Ceylon and th?^Cape'r I^r,;-K-a.1 .pokei> n-ith on the Uth of June, in lat. 4 N., lone. ;c W. cr the Boyne. _ ^ ^ sriIPPIXG_iXrELLIGE,\CE. CUSTOM HOUSE, At-GtrsT 1, Snips. EvTEJtEB IjfiVAKDS-The Kangarop, Ducnelh f.-: * Leghorn: isabelia,^'illiarasgn. frpro. Omoa i Honduras) ; G'h*,' Inientj, Uragg, from Os:eml; Elizabeth, Emblefn, frnm P.e:e---b'urgH i'Bfitannra, Newman, from Dantzic; ITelena, Gerdess. :.-cr-Rostock; Bellooa. Riglser, from Danrzie.; Uiiion, Baxirr. '-�-Dantzic;? Orient', .Morrison, from Dantzic-;� Regent l'a:ker. l .--linjiuXrQm.il.igo. ... Ext'er'ed OcTiTARns.^The George,--B c&ck on each of the said days, in lift Lo��,-the flr�t,94 of rtdch win be Sold at Milbome Port, and the leraainiDg Z&at'Wimbotnr, TBE Manors of fODBBR, CLlFTON MAYBANK, � and-BfiADFORD ABBAS, theConaty of Dorset, and or HiSNSTfllDOE and TBJttPJLB COOMBE, in the County of Somerset, together'with divert Famu, let at rack rent, coppices and woodlaoda In hand, aiid tenemenla'and lands let on leases, for one,4wo, or thre*lives, mostly Tery.old;to^ether'with the tithes of part of the'same lands, all situate iff,-or adjoining the several parishes or hamlet* of Btour. Provost, Todber, Khigton Magna, Nylahd,-Olifton Maybaok, Bradford:Ahbt�kand Sfaerbome, in the county of Dorset; and Templa Otembe,; Hehttridge, and Stoford, In the county of Somerset,'Bnd near'the market towns of Sherborne, Yeovil, Wincanton,AndShdle�bliry. ABo the.tnanorof Hanley. and divers farrts and heredilatnenu Iij theparisheaof Hanley and Oussage St. Michael, ib the ooomy Of Dorsst, which lie near Woody�te'�Ino,pn the gttat western road, between Sslisjmry and Blandford. The whcie containhig.to�theT neady Ntae Thousand Acres. The Estate -of ISherbtiine ,Wykei".c6ntalnIng about 678 acres, with the great and small tithes thereof,'aAd the Qte of a mill and islahde at Thomfotil, are hdd by die vendot* under Winchester C611(�e,^aod of which a lease win be nsii^ to:the vendors fc^ a termor tirenty yean ftom the^Uth of .O,(tobier>next, alkbject to certahi renla in money pad com which are-Ireidy agreed ppon, Ther Fetersrburirn ; !,,e .N.. TbtMr.as. Quinccy ; and the Brutus, -, for London. POIlTs^^ouTH, Auot'st  1.-.-Irrived.  his', JVlajcaty's  *t.:- wif;.*u.--. I Tilly, from \'era Cruz.   Sailed the John. .Major, for Riga.' Ar- � rired the Koyal Mail,-, from Hondur.is. Deal, Avo. I - .�\rTived and sailed from the river, '.he J;::..-. Jackson, from St. Kill's ; the Ark, Ranger, from Befbicir : t.>:e Boyne, Stephens, from Bengal ; the Pro-/idence,-, from ,Vt -. - foundland; the .Martin, -^ from the Westward, and Wili.atn Ltisbineton, Soghru, from St. Kitt'n. Sailed the C'aio tran^uor:, for Cork; and the John Dunn, M'Beaih, tor Van Dienu". s Land. Ghavese.vd, .�\uGi.-3T 1-Arrived the Fame, Bmrd..-..-: Petersborgh ; .\nn and Mary, Wood, and William, Peartoti. tror.i Memel ; and Cottjiger, Cornish, from Newfoundland, {failed tr^-Fanny, Kemp, far the South Seas ; Eolides, Sourander. lur El�ir:ore ; and Eliza, Blake, for Rotterdam. BaisToi., At;ac3T 1.-Arrived the Eliza, Hudson. tVcn Trinidad ; Lamna, Patterson, from .Quebec ; Dove, Cophell, frorrt Bordeaux; .and Ross, - ; and Jamet, Walton, from Mi:a. michi. Sailed the Frederick, Reiner, for Bilboa ; .-^nn, Oawso^. and Chiles, Fox,-for St. Petersburgh ; Bro
                            

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