British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette, July 7, 1832

British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette

July 07, 1832

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British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1832, London, Middlesex 7 No 3421 SALES BY AUCTION. EBLESTOKE.PARK, near DEVIZES, WILTS. ARRANGEMENT OF THE SALE. MR. GEORGE ROBINS begs most respect-. fully to announce to the .Nobility, and the Public, that the above Sale wiU takepla^ arfoijpws;.' V First Day, Monday, July 9, 1832. The Furniture of two; servants' bed rooms, three belt bed chambers, and the study. Second Day, Tuesday,' July^lO;....... The splendid Furnitureof two' be* chambers, the'grand state bed chamber^ and morning, sitting room; patent squaw pianoforte by Broad wood, elegant cabinets, tables, &c. Third Day, Wednesday,. July! 11. . .... The service of silver and silver-gilt plate, plated atticles, foreign preserves, pickles, and stores of various descriptions. Fourth Day, Thursday, July 12. The Furniture of three -best bed rooms, the small grand slate bed chamber, and the dining room. . Fifth Day, Friday, July 13. The Furniture of three best bed: chambers and dressing' room, the superb antidrawing room, splendid cabinets, tables, and ormolu- clock, silver' fillagree, Sevre and oriental porcelain ornamentB, and rich India silk hangings. Sixth Day, Saturday, July 14. Very fine oriental enamelled; china, splendidly mounted in ormolu. " Seventh Day,Monday',.July. 16V The elegant and rich cut glass',:-arid splendid services of Dresden, Sevre, Chelsea, and other, porcelain. .^tfi.Da^-Tuerfa>�.^iy\vi!v,;;... The select library..pi. books., -splendid illuitratior,* and. bindings. ,�5V ;.-::  ..- ' �� �. Ninth Day',; Wednesday, July J& The library u�books�nthiued.: Tenth Day,; Thursday, July 19. The library ofibooks conttauefc�...... Eleventh Day, Friday,-July 20...... The Furniture of three best chambers ' and the library,' buhl and mosaic tables, patent grand horizontal pianoforte by Broadwood, noble glasses, the elegant range of mahogany bookcases, &c. .  Twelfth Day,, Saturday,;July 21. . . The Furniture of ;twp.bed chambers and' dressing room, the splendid furniture of the grand south drawing, room,' Buperb cabinets sitid'tables, splendid Sevre. porcelain, magnificent chimney glass, ormolu chandelier, and articles of taste and verm. Thirteenth Day, Monday, July 23,. The Furniture of two; bed chambers, and the superb furniture of. the grand;north drawing, rqoni^.magnincent buhl, and mosaic tables andcabinets, �sumpt�oui cassette,, noble glasses, ormolu chandelier, a magnificent, HQble, and massive, chimney piece,;: the - splendid mahogany carved fittings for a dining: roortn&c. ... Fourteenth Day, Tuesday, July 24. The celebratedcoUectiou.'Of pictures. ; FiftMlh D^y) Wednesday, July. 25. . The celebratedr collection of pictures, continued, noble marble statue, busts, &c. ; f, ,..; j .� � Sixteenth Day*Thursday, July 26.: The cellar of very, choice wipes,, and-the. pine plants. Seventeenth Day, Friday, July 2?.. The wardrobe of very beautiful damaBk table and bed linen. ..; -.:. ;..:.... Eighteenth D�ys Saturday, July 28. ,. The Furniture ofthree bed chambers, the corridor, with-the elegant sho'W or bookcases, the audit room, and two domestic offices*;.:: �". . Nineteenth Day,: Mondays-July 80..-. Four servant's bed rpoms,: lbs steward's room,, various domestic offices, the .garden seats, an invalid: chair, elegant carriage harness for four :horses, a vrherry.puntv &c... TweniietklDay, Tuesday,'July 31.v J . Theservanl's be4:roomB and the JKitchen,rcapital;brewing copper and utenails,*nd Variousidoraestic ofllrss. . . TwentytffitstiDay, Wednesday, August L The exotic and greenhouse jf^oMt. tte erection of taelonj peach, and grape houses, gaideaTights and tools. irV./ --The whole is Tiow-'on^ublie View 'aridiwill continue'to untU the Bale (Su^days:e>c^ed),: by very descriptive Catalogues,- at lOs'V each> without Which {to avoid-' improper intrusion) no one can be admitted,-and which ;may trier* be had at "the York House; Bath;: the White Hart, Salisbury; the Bear and the Crown,-Devizes; the Ptoiigh Hotel, Cheltenham ; of Messrs.. Hodding and Everett, Solicitors,, Salisbury; and at Mr. George Rebins's Offices in CoVent Garden. '  ' __� � �� � ..... t Price 7d a-nd SATURDAY EVENING, July 7, 1832. SALES BY AUCTION. The splendid Diamonds andService of-Plate, Bronzes, and Articles of .Value and Taste of a Noble Duke and Duchess. WR. GEORGE ROBINS has been honoured . * by the instructions of. ... A NOBLE DUKE AND HIS DUCHESS To SELL- by PUBLIC; AUCTION, at his Rooms, in Cdvent. garden, on TUESDAY; August 7, and : following -Day, at Twelve, a MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of! PROPERTY. *� very considerable value, including A MAGNIFICENT ASSEMBLAGE : OF RARE AND VALUABLE-JEWELS. Although it comprehends only a small portion of Ihe'splendid Casket whence the ensimble-is deposited, including several I BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND NECKLACES, ! . of: matchless size and colour,; Dlamond'Crosses,' Brilliant E&r^iijgs", set tj-an'spfcrerit.. ofL greit. value, Di^ond Rings,. J Tiaras and Hfcad; Ornaments','' of most elegant "and'chaste design; mamificent;. Suits.'if,PJa^pids^j^^W^with EtopraloU, Rabies, 'Sapphbesyaria NjecJE\accs of Oriental' Pearls, of ' fine.colour arid u'nuiuilly large size.; in' short, almost every description of Ornament,' of the most elegant and valuable kind, will be found in this splendid display of Bijouterie. Likewise . .'�(�' A: SERVICE OF MASSIVE  PLATE) . comprised in. several chests,' including articles for.the tabls arid: sideboard, of fl:very noble and expensive-character, viz^, several;largB dishes with covers, .salvers, .plates,, ragout and comer dishes, ice pails, liquor and cruet frames, tea ums, and: trays, tea. and .coffee-equipages, service-of? King's, pattern spoons: and forks, breadbaskets, decanter stands, several splendid tankards, and every requisite /or the table. Also, some Plated Articles of a superior description, including an epergpe, large-dishes, wine copiers, soup tureens, dishes., with warmers, vegetable dishes,.&c.:; Also a splendid display of BRONZES, FRENCH CLOCKS, AND ITEMS OF VALUE j ...... including the most elegant and classical subjects,'Viz;-two very fineBronzs Horses of large-size, surmotmtedby figures: of Fameand MercuryApollo and:Diana; Tragedy :and Comedy.;, the Dying.dadiafori.ljeautifal Equestrian-bronzes of Henry IV. and Louis XIV.; several-magnificent: Ormolu F�nch"01ocks, surmounted by chased figures representing TarIous;devices^: also -some- m alabaster cases f like-wise a very.interesting collection- of; Items of-value. ->-..: This truly valuable assemblage of property may be in-' spected Friday, Saturday; and Monday preceding th� sale, and Catalogues had at Mr. George Robihs's Offices, Covent-garden. '�...... " SALES BT AUCTION. IN DEVON; A.! singularly delightful JUrine Residence, on the .Bank of jthe famed River Dart, within: sight of Dartmouth and Torbayj with its'finely: timbered: Park and Grounds,- and at least Three Miles of Plantation Walks, on the Bank of thisrsplenilid River; Tithi Free. , : ; MR. GEORGE ROBINS has great plea-: sure iii announcing to the Public in general (but he would especially direct his observations to EAST INDIAN VALETUDINARIANS, for manifest reason's, 'presently � to be noticed), that he has been favoured by the iasftuctionaof the1 respected Proptietorof GREEN WAY MANSION - :�: ' '�' �' tooffeV, with the EXTENSIVE DEMESNE: CONNECTED WITH IT, foir SALE,'by' PUBLIC COMPETITION, at the AUCTION. MART, Londbn, on THURSDAY, the 2d Ay^t,atTwelv�" ' :: - =��'-�-;-''"-�'-" �-�.�>�-�-� � This Freehold Marine Resraetiee, and the beauties of the: WOODLAND SCENERY1 'WHICtt ENTIRELY ,r..n t. ., .ENCOMPASS IT ' �n is limited to 34 acres; fishing and every sort Bta aTusement is within easy reach ; and nothing ap-, "anting but^ .contented occupieij for the climate is ,,?ntial that health and longevity may be accounted "anes to this romantic and highly-favoured retreat. ,i.1llCi"|be vie*ed byapplyingto the Mansion. Particulars, * Rawing of the House, may then be had at the So-ri,e, n v"' To'ness (a snug Hotel on the bank of the ,11 j,4")! �t the Libraries of the Watering PlaceB before Baih \"^lhe New London Inn, Exeter; Ybrk House, of \V,' , homa� K�"y. Esq., Solicitor, Modbury, Devon ; Inn . ;"atrlB� Esq-i Solicitor, 5, Stone buildings,Lincoln's Offices C ^UC"�n M*U' and at Mr" GeorSe Robins's THE HAPO.D ESTATE, IN CARDIGANSHIRE. Jl/fRu GEORGE ROBINS has now- the plea-x - sure :6f announcing PEREMPTORILY for SALE by AUCTION, at the" AUCTION MART, it* London, od THURSDAY, September G, at Twelve, in Two or more Lots, as shalKbe sgreed-upon at the:time of Sale, That distinguished FREEHOLD PROPERTY, The FARiFAMfiDUAFOD ESTATE. WithaLJTTLE;PHINClPALITY;.exceediiig : THIRTEEN THOUSAND ACRES, And the ADVOWSOI)? of, ECLWS NEWYDD, WithieonservatoTieSi-fHot-houseSi. Floweri Gardens,' andnottobe surpassed! fdrjchasteness of 'architecture, taatej and comfort; byi anything in: (he kingdom. Including .a Manjlpn-kxf first-Tate importances::To attempt .tdldescribe: .HafaVivould, in-talented tumitfibeiitaikaiiabit.Herculean..: Mr. HobiBsisfuHyconBmdus.:�f:'thisdirBculty, amlaw^ ;that he must draw wrpMgety en>the:-iind reeling* of the ppblio to excuse the-roliowingrunpretendiag aneTSmperfett sketch. Theaitaa^'otS^M'w&B^^fythi^Biptkdcmd:1 Johnes'; it is altogetherio pre�mlnemly'beautifulj that tie' rrrind is perpetually 16at in wonder and amazement. :>Natnre has bestowed so many charms of a ivild1 and!romandt:cha�: racter, and the.hand of taste and art has added-tdthesewlth,.] sp true a poetic feeling, that while one. glance of the tourist repeals to the mlBd'the:descriptive seenesfofrtheiAuthoresj of the Italian, another forcibly reminds hlmaf! the":'far-famed gardens of Boceaoio.; From the porticoit commands A WOODY WINDING VALE, the undulating form- of whose ascending shaggy sides are richly clothed with foliage," brokeh'by;; : ! SILVERY WATERFALLS, and crowned by sheep walks, towering far above the'clouds.; The descent of the footpath is steep'and romantic. The1' scene from the bridge is; one of picturesque and entangled wiWhess; the hard and niilk white rocks; arc worn ^into a whtmsieaivariety of shapes";' the hanging fpliage, above arid below,;, droops its ornamental' fringe over the rugged "work-' manship of nature, while the torrent, foaming between its rough and, deepened cbofiaes, and, dashing past lave worn crags, remindi the beholders of fhespot from whence the ancient Cambrian Bard addressed the invading Edward, in the imaginary.- language of the poet' Gray-" Ruin seiie thee, ruthless King, &c.-' The'endless' WOODS HANGING ON THE ALPINE MOUNTAIN SIDES, ia long array, seem to have been planted /there by nature before all attested evidence of human, habitation. A continuation of this splendid scenery accompanies the traveller for many miles.- ' " '� It is characteristic of Hafod that it does not unfold itself at first ;r fresh b^iuUes present themselves at every tain, and a, full month, may be employed in petambulatihg these grounds, and yet have-left innumerable beauties unseen The rides and walks, it is supposed, EXCEED .TWELVE MILES, in which will be found such a continuation of beautiful wildncss, such fearful and almost, unapproachable heights, cataracts so loud and deep, .glens rerriSe and mountains seemingly to. rival the clouds in their stupendous heights.. These- are only a few of the wonders of this fairy land; surely it may then be safely affirmed such, a scene mast be witnessed to .be at all appreciated-language is inadequate to do it justice, for it beggars .alldescription ; and if to contemplate Elysium be permitted to this world, then will the proud distinction belong to Hafod. . ; THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE forms 3 grand auxiliary., to this property ; the .fame it has acquired seems to render a minute description of it superfluous.; I.t really claims to be accounted pne of the wonders of the world.; The commodious Hotel. Vhich. overlooks this fearful precipice, is full of accommodation and comfort It ir the great posting house . from - Haforl. to Aberystwith andSi^Huodred Acres of Xiand-ate added, .to make it inde pendent of the neighbouring, markets. Much more might be said in favour; of Hafodit is, however, believed enough has;been urged to enlist the attention of the- monied world to an investment, which has no parallel for its extent and beauty ; and: being doomed,- from . adverse - circumstances, to abide the uncertain fate of the hammer, it will probably be sold to pay a larger interest than the funds, and wi.h prospective advantages (when the march of improvement, shall have saluted the ear of the Welsh farmer,) as to make certain a greatly increased capital. It should be observed, in conclusion, that Colonel Johnes, whose mighty genius and liberal: hand created this parudise amid the mountains, was for many years THE. MEMBER FOR THE COUNTY. It need hardly be remarked how influential the possession of Hafod will in the future representation of Cardiganshire. The Purchaser may take the well adapted Furniture at a Valuation, as also the valuable Library of BoPks; exceeding 9,000 volumes, including/the celebrated PesarO Collection ; a Selection from Italy -of the finest: Statuary, and the' celebrated chimney piece from Fonthitl (cost l;6po guineas;) "s(rably situate in Shdtedltcn^ahd decidedly'''the 'preferable ' t of this inimensei thorrHighfare, oppbsit* -2 .:THE'CHURCH AT SHOHED1TCH. .heProperty cbnsiits bf Nos-124i 125;'and 125, all of them freehold arid irery substantial Well buiUhbu'sesi p'osi 'sessing lots' of domestic convenience.' The shop's, bdwever,-' arepf a'charadler: which preponderates over most' of their neighIxJmiilff trade;' The tenants hold for ten'years, at a vpy inconsiderable rental (in consequence ' of having paid Urge'premiums) j only �865 s year; but the real value, cm jfcedetertnlnah'on ofTeases, will be sfcbut ; 1 � THREE: HUNDRED- GUINEAS A YEAR; Tjhey arePCCUpiedhyMr,NormarirBaker; Mi.Weston,'tbe celebrated SpMr Shop and Beer House; :and:Mfc. Charls-Worth, the leading Groceer of this respectable neighbourhood. [ Particulars -are preparing,' and: may be had 21 days prior tp the'' Sale,-on the several ''Premises;?.-of �Messrs.'Capron, riotfley, and Welsh, Solicitors. Savllle;place; at the Mart ; and'arMr. George Robiria's Offices^ Covent garden- Near to CHEPSTOW, on the BANKS of the WYE. A Freehold Property, comprising the Annard and.Tump Estates, at Sedbury, together about 190 Acres of rich Arable and Meadow Land, unrivalled for luxuriance; with Farm Residence.and Buildings. - Also the Corn Tithes extending over 1,500 Acres of cultivated Land, principally occupied by the Duke of Beaufort and other influential Gentlemen. By Mr. GEORGE, ROBINS, At the AUCTION MART, near the Bank of England, " On THURSDAY, August 2, at Twelve, in one ;Lot, A :N. important FREEHOLD ESTATE, XX offering to the Capitalist an unutunlly desirable and secure Investment.i It comprises. : ....... THE! ANNARDT- LO WCROFT, BARNARDSj AND TUMP FARMS of ABOUT 190 ACRES of LAND, of a most excellent description (which the present luxuriant crops iufficiendy-show),' immediately in the fertile vale of GloueeBtershirev about a mile': from-the town bf Chepstow, fourteen from Bristol,-fourteen froro Monmolith, and twenty^, ieven'from-Glbncesteh A neat-dwellinlg house is well situated on the estate, and the-'farm buildings jufllcleht'.for ajl purposes. The land has been-most ably cultivated by the present proprietor and his family for nearly.i^cehtury;; it lies'exceedingly:�omparJt, not in the least'interfered with by adjoining lands, bounded on: one side hy the road from" the Old Passage to Mopmouth,' and on the other by a fine preserve adjoiningthe'Severn^ whilst lheestates'of - HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT and BARNEVILLE PARK, the SEAT of GEORGE ORMEROD, Esq., approximate on the two-sides. Of the situation and advan* tages Of this Estate it is impossible to speak too highly ; several delightful spots are presented for the erection of a residence,' the most enchanting and extensive views are commanded in every direction, including Princelleld, the Wind Cliff, Berkeley Castle,' the Severn, the Wye, the Channel, and-the surrounding Hills of Gloucestershire, Somersetshire,-and Wales; the'markets of Chepstow, Glou-cesterj-Rpss,^ Monmouth,;Btistol.'and Bath, times accessible, and by means of:the Severn:'several are attained without the necessity of land' carriage; also supplies of coal, manure,: &c.: Connected with the Estate are -" -THE CORN TITHESOFa,600ACRES . of rich cultivated land,' including part of. thi Estate of the Duke bf Beaufott and Very mRnyinfluehUallpersons: "The Titbing possesses a tract of the finest'cultivated land in the County, from which an immense income is obtained,'and its contiguity to '-:�'� ' '� THE TOWN OF CHEPSTOW,; from whence it may almost he said to begin its cours'ej'mnst render it at all times a valuable properly, whilst the Toads to Monmouth and Gloucester passing through the lands afford every facility for collecting the produce;- , The Estate may be viewed byapplying.toiMr.'iLewis, the Proprietor, Particulars may be had 28 days prior at the Beaufort'Arms, Chepstow ; Beaufort: Arms,. Moiimouth ; King's Head,--Gloucester ; Plough,. Cheltenham ; York House, Bath ; Bush, Bristol ; at the Auction Mart ; and at Mr. George Robins's Offices, Covent Garden. . . LLANGOLLEN-NORTH WALES. . 'R.; GEORGE ROBINS has: the pleasure �-most respectfully to- announce tothc Nobility. Lovers of tbe Fine :Arts,.and those who ddightin objects of interest, and indeed to, the public--, generally,, .that having'sold ": PLASNEWYDD*" he is jrutructed by the Executors of j . THE LADY -ELEANOR BUTLER, ' | ." ind MISS PONSONB-Yj ., td offer for unreserved CompedtiMi atlheDomfei^e, so long hallowed a� :tttt-6bode;?t;fiiendjihip, on .MONDAY, August 13,-and many succeeding Days, the follpwing INTERESTING AND VALUABLE PROPERTY appertaining to the Residenca> and which At extent; variety, and flovelty, forms a most brilliant assemilage, sad certainly unexampled in iberanaals oSAuctibps* they have-been con. giegated.' by.- those highly talented Ladies, the fair �1 MISTRESSES of PLASNEWYDD," during a series of .50 years,; aided by. their joint, taste, and at considerable expense, includes.' the appropriate'andi �',.;.' j ELEGANT FURNITURE OF THECHATEAU, comprising a dining room suite in curtains, glasses, centre, card, and occasional, tables; ottomans, sofas, couches, chairs of various descriptions, yet in unison, whatnots, chefioniers; the dining room is very compelie; there are excellent'dining tables, chairs, sideboard, writing tables', an4 library chairs ' , . A RANGE OF BOOK CASES, AND MANY OBJECTS j ELABORATELY CARVED IN OAK; AUo a strong box of'.great' antiryiity, and carved:. it was .once the property of,his late ;. '".-, ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF YORK. The furniture of the bedchambers' arid offices is of a 'corresponding character;. excellent table and bed" linen ; the' equipments of the garden are of a very superior deBCiiption ; a variety of seats, curious Et'ruBCah' flower yases,;garden ".implement's^ 'fee,'.' �'.' . .,' '' . A GREENHOUSE OF'GREAT BEAUTY, ornamented with pafnted*; and stained.'glaSB ; an' extensive collection of plants^ ^airy stndbtewirig utensils; SERVICES OF CHIN^ANJO GLASS, 1 .inelading.rare' qftclmeifs] -ot^DltSdeo Sfviss: in very many complete set^,''fbVihe'tiHe;'the:tlejenb'e, the' dessert; &e.&e. A SIDEBOARD-OF PLATE* I cPmp'rislng many rare chased and' antique' items; dishes and | covers, salvers', wftitert, tea and coffee equipages, candlesticks, liquor ana cra;et..ft�J^,^snb1)qsf 'istidTories';' and a variety of useful articles for the sideboard and table. ; JEWELS, JEWELLERY, AND ELEGANCIES, presenting many pleasing and valuable ornaments for the person, necklaces, ear-rings, crosses, and broaches, most of them enclosing the hair of the donors, particularly one of great interest, possessing A Lock of" MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS'" Hair. INTERESTING MISCELLANIES, CURIOSITIES, AND RELICS. j viz,, very fine missals, beautifully illuminated, autographs of numerous renowned' personages,' particularly a letter written by," the tiaatl to Lady Fisher, from Whitehall, during tiis confinement, presentation snuff boxes, many of value, and most with lines of dedication, �relics of great antiquity, and many of modem: date, presen ted 'by traveners,: forming altogether a -museam dfgreatintscest1 and amusemeit.several remarkably fine cameo*and intaglios,' A -MODEt'Ot-TBeWARWlCK VASE, isr SILVER^ i richly chased, most exquisite'in- workmanship, and,'pe%-. rECTtT' irNtcjUE,' rnahy curious'tnodels', bronze busts', and in Sevres hisquit, elegant mUilc:il and other clacks, In ormolu,'.china essence'and flower vases, a large Milisin harp, telescopes, microscopes, fcc. *. A LIBRARY Olr RARE AND VALUABLE BOOKS, of vast'extent, comprising many thousand volumes elegantly bound, in folio, quarto, and octavo (large and small) [but as the � prescribed limits of an advertisement preclude the possibity of an enumeration of the principal works; it must suffice to mention that those of the most esteemed ancient and modem authors will be found conspicuous, whilst a variety of interesting works in general use complete the library. > A Series of Etchings-the Powet and Progress of Genius, executed by THE PRINCESS ELIZABETH, and presented by her to THE PRINCESS AMELIA ; an Autograph Letter from' THE PRESENT KING OF FRANCE ; accompanying Memoirs du Due de Montresor, in.scarlet and morocco ; a present from the King to Lady Butler and Miss 'Ponsohby, with many other contributions and valuable presents from persons of the highest rank and literary acquirements, to these highly gifted Ladies; A few PICTURES', valuable DRAWINGS 6VPRINTS; in frames and in.pottfplibs,'icomptising�;�'��,' collt'cUbr^TAdtt choice -and valuable,' rrianyhy the firaVArtists'bf the'Day, Portraits bf Kings,' exalted and'renpwned Characters j and views of the mosteelebrated" Scenery of'Vaitlpus Countries;' a small quantity' bl RARE WINES and LIQUEURS'; viz. Old Port, Sherry, Madeira, Lisbon, Bucellas, Vidonfa, Mareschina, Noyeau, Eau de la Reine, and other estimable Liqueurs. The entire Sale -will be-on view at the Chateau, from the 4th to the 13th of August. The Catalogues will be ready three weeks prior to the Sale; and may be bad at 3s.eaob, at the Villa, Philipp3'� Hotel, Llangollen;' the Lion, Shrewsbury; tbe Oweri Glendower, Crwyn ; the Great Hotel, at Bangor; the Waterloo Hotel, Liverpool; the Hen and Chickens, Birmingham ; the York Hotel, Bath ; and at Mr. George Robins's-Offices, i Covent Garden. SALE BY AUCTION. ERLESTOKE PARK,~n7ar DEVIZES, WILTS. The Eitensive and Valuable Library of Books, many scarce, large paper editions, finely illustrated and splendidly bound. By Mr., GEORGE ROBINS, At the MANSION, ERLESTOKE PARK, On TUESDAY, toe 17th Instant, and Two following ..-,.. D�y8� at Twelve. THE Valuable LIBRARY of BOOKS, comprising UPWARDS of 4,000 VOLUMES, many very scarce; large paper' copies, splendidly illustrated with coloured drawings, proof prints, enamels, and cameos, in superb morocco and russia bindings, and which have been collected at an immense expenBe, aided by the refined judgment of GEORGE WATSON TAYLOR, Esq., M.P., and amongst the most distinguished may be enumerated the following scarce and valuable Works -Loddige's Botanical Cabinet, 16 vols., large paper, 4te. ; Sowerby's English Botany, 36 vols.; Baptista et Piraneaia's Romanai, 12 vols., imperial folio; Sacrede. Napoleon Bonaparte, proofs ; Boy dell's Shakspeare, 9 vols., and Illustrations of Shakspear'e, proofs, large paper; Hans Holbein's Portraits of the "Ilhistfioua Persons of trie Court flf' Henry VIII , proo'fi and colours ; Tour to the Vales of Neath and Taff in seldbrfiV Jehsdn'sSuetoniui; hlack'le'tter,: enriched1 with 18 camep basti, and 11 mpsaics; Heith's' Swiss' arid Italian Characters in British History; Ireland's Works complete ; Smith's Antiquities and Monuments of Westminster Abbey; DodweUV Tour through Greece, proofs; Sir H: En. gjtetjejd'g - Description of the: Isle; of Wight, large paper, proofs ; Harris's Insects.and Bolton's Plants, fine original drawings on vellum; Theatrical Biography of the Principal Performers of the three. Theatres Royal, mounted on large paper,. splendidly illustrated'; MSS. Kfllegrew's Papers.respecting the Patent of Drury Lane Theatre, and Papers respecting Venice and Family Concerns; Wynkyu de Werde's Book on Hunting, Hawking, Court Armour, Fishing, and Blazoning of ArmB, imperial, black letter, Land. 1496; Pyne's Royal Palaces -, Ackerman's, Microcosm of London; Histories of the Universities "' of Oxford and Cambridge; Captain Cooke's Voyages illustrated, 8 vols., with Keppis* Life of, Cook ; Suetonius editio Prihceps Roma in Pinca Regione, 1470, enriched with 24 fine enameU of the Roman Empetots and thejr'Cbnsdrts; Quinjui Hocatius Flaccus, a scarce copy, ''n^^i^^'.9A^jfixM^\^ir from the Library of the 'Em^roi.Ns^letui^ #'ith'.the' cipher B.P.p.; Brayley's BeaoilesofEnglaiiian'diWale's, 18'dis.; HoraceWsipole's Anecdptei of Palntirig; Salmon's Antiquities pf Rome, splendidly Illustrated with original coloured drawings and nro^jn^tes; .Theatre "de, Coriiellle,' 12 tomes;. Byr'oh'i Ea'gli'in 'Bsras^' mounted on large .paper, with numerous pjortraits; the Poems of the Duke of Orleans, pri-viately p'rihfed, a splendid copy on vellum ; Com-b^on."Prayer,' Bible, arid Testament, curiously' bound, with the Royal Arms of James on the cover; Dug-uale'ji. 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Dutlfr'A Hi-idthrnK ^(S^.fJ^P^t^^tOuntiy, by George Watson Taylor, three copies, privately printed ; Latham's .Genera) Synopsis ,ojf Birds;. Lord Berners' Arthur of Little Britain, illustrated; Nichols1' Progresses and Processions of Queen Elizabeth and James I.  a set of the Catalogues of the Royal Academy ; the Gentleman's Magazine complete from 1731 to 1830, 100 volumes; a collection of Modern Novels, by the most esteemed- Authors; with many other literary productions of eminence. The whole of the property is now on public view by very descriptive Catalogues, at 10s. each, without which (to prevent;, improper, intrusion) no one can be admitted, and which may be had at the York House, Bath ; the White Hart, Salisbury'; the Bear, and ihe'Crown, Devizes; the Plqugh, Cheltenham; Messrs. B adding and Everett, Solicitors, Salisbury; and at "Mr. George'RbbinsY Offices,Tin Covent garden. . R. M: C. ALLEN hiving'purchased the ___-HORSE BAZAAR, KING^STREET, Porlman- square, late the property of John Maberly, Esq. M.P., has thff honour to announce that he has completed his arrangements^ and he trusts tlras. the: provisions contained in his publtslted Prospectus .will he found'to.offer, such complete security to the Puh,lic, that the Bazaar, un4er his manage-inept, \vill prove1 worthy of general support, , , j 8(|r< 'AjLhPti pledges himself to preserve in perfect in-'tegYiJy his.character of Agent,' and riot. (6 deal npr to suffer the iriteiferenice of Dealersin any Sales ^liat'niay take pine* ip His?; Establisri'iiierit; and so to cbnd'ufet the Business of the several Departments, as lo make the Horse Baaaar the most advantageous (as well as the most extensive) market in '(tie kingdom to which both buyers and sellers can resort. The Prospectus may be bad on application at the Count, ihg-hrtuee. N.B.It being necessary to make some Improvements and Decorations in the Ladies' Bazaar, Mr. Allen has beet obliged to clone this department for a few days-it will be re-openedPn MONDAY, the23d Instant. THE NEW GERMAN POLISH is superio-' to any thins ye' known for beautifying, polishinn and preserving FURNITURE. It saves one-iiolf thv time and labour; os in the operatien it amalgamates wilt the oil, and becomes one solid body, spreading itself per fectly smooth on the wood, and producing (by tilling up the grain completely,) the most close and. brilliant SHrface pos sible, leaving no mark or appearance of oil, if properly used, : Prepared and'Ssld vyholesaje a'ptl Retail (oplyX by G. Marsliall'and Cp, Chemists, Brewer-street,'Gpldeh-square. Where in'ay be. had',J SUPERIOR FRENCH P05 L1SH, as usual; and! STRONG POLISH fer C4fY?4 Work, to be usedwith a'brusfa. ' � i %* To behad as above, SUPERIOR SEIDLIT^-POWDERS, and the ORIGINAL OXYQENATEO SODA POWDERS. $3" Medicine Chests of all prices completely fitted for any c|iniate.'-All other Preparations advertised as Soda and Seidlite Powders, under the above names, are spurious. N.B. The original and imprnved " LUCIFER, or PYROTECIlNlCAL MACHINE," for procurinK to a certaility Instantaneous Light, continues to be made and Hold as above. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS ON MONDAY. DIVIDENDS. A. A. Fry,'Great Ormond street, dealer............ 1 D. Wade, Newgate si reet, grocer----.............. ^ S. Baxter, Carmarthen street, builder ............ ]� J. Collins and Cu. Goswell street, hoise dealers ...... U L. Nutley, Great Newport street, Long acre, boot maker.................................. U J. Prendergrass, Lloyd's Coffee house, underwriter .. 12 M. Thompson, Red Cross Wharf, Upper Thames street, coal merchant ................. 11 W. Elston, Eyre street hill, victualler.................. 1 The Nuremberg Correspondent of the 29th ult. has the following: " We learn frem Vienna, that the return of the cholera to that capital can" tt'o longer be doubted. Every day 15 or 20 persons fall victims to it. The attacks are quite as violent as at its first appearance. Great preparations have been making at Impmck for the reception of the Emperor and Empress of Austria, who were expected there on ihe 26th. Prince Charles of Bavaria arrived there on the 24tb, to meet'their Majesties." Remarkable Fact.-We are informed that at Pades-wood, near Pentrehobia, Flintshire, there is n pear tree tbat had not borne fruit, nor even a leaf, during the last sixty years; but in the present season a new branch has shot out of the old stock, presenting the most healthy appearance. It blossomed very freely, and has now fine promising fruit upon it.-(Chester Advertiser.} ;