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   British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1832, London, Middlesex                                No 3429 Tup Pnhlic are hereby informed that there is H1^SK� Jy for delivery. The." RE- Price 7d Btforra Act. -- ,. .     -      a concise view of Ac Lafl Sit aUcrea. ay �"s Act, and a copious Index ,;,�      e �P�S- The professor wis to on�Mttfr^y^-'eeMft*;ipjBJiotjC*,*~'' '     ^fwi--�------'!r -,eP(n�8 ."...��:�-*.-= ^-T3=w~r*^9S famdsr^b.directed prepar^(wns) ;purr leg�'re�pd8sibiUte,Jhe'~ which','''* *        " -  . -,. ... ^ng"*ole u� pro- ,,., ,......., ,. ises 4>f. diaseclkmHtiilHour'1irreal ^"P^'^iUlB, Jie had usea ifftee*;�tea3,iwMi^1 ,.,,..?���tearoeri^nnserobserved, wef Wo�jv�rjr^e�iei.'-' rally rn use, and .which; he sliriuld think woulAflM^er W r� P^ose inuanenlightejrfia^laeelike Oxford." 'Tftls,' Tiotvi1 FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. DUTCH PAPERS. The Hague, July 10.-The Burgomaster and Senate have resolved to appoint a Committee, for die purpose of providing means to relieve the poor at Schweninger), during the prevalence of the cholera, and to take all necessary measures to prevent the spreading of the disorder. �The Journal'de la // ioc�re ihsrilta JOvihos* iiumtrous natroqa, in ' eludioif Rajrally, Nohitiiy, and rttaiiy of th�-ftrst iFamilies is slepbed:s|ap night cunVtriianca........1.4. Ditto bidat and po'a ........ � .................   1  G Bedii)omaofabed*Jead3(naltreaae�luat,wtth top 3' 8 Banbao taut bee^t>^'d .....- I IS r'm [ttt roah�K'aaf fcpnst bedstead.antnurnUara ' vtilh French drdperiea liaVdWiih'stUfriiiga lit II, Ontu 4iM�j" fabi- Sdur^jDiatifVmj "TpftMtfiUitor T-.vrfWf enttUnuJng,. fhe.'piyojotit* lo4he W-Vm**$!!ti^''yn*^ltepu&M of '"""-too slab wai nsade in the * deixbriatratorL^Ot as jffgtSf'the'founder for,,tha*aiar>of a c � Jm&&w*V*kMi&h�& sujjcrrtrfti one, and made.ihe decliration asked Ay^g^fittRh'^'' BANKRUPT0VCOURT, i^)f&f}a.. ;A; -very nuoitmtts ^citingof tlw? cf�{ti/a]rk o? t^eY'SBove ttainW'ijinkTuptaiijas; held" :rthi� dftf-.a^jlie.. SttbdivWoS Court, i|V Basingh^|latree�',; forthejiainos^pf tafcing into conUderatioti towiwUrQ&iixab t^^wni^^tefitisnSltfiha Suai Mvttatiobv'- anil ^^moimMti^^^WV^Aak-CBSa^.'in^fdeter^1nir%:ih*^e�tha proRricty*i oif thr/assigneea 5 of hujahj�a]uu 'Ik. ^h'arrea.and^alse: t� �j4WieM! filwfafi 'authorrauglhW'Jassi^ae^'D^'m tbPat-r liamenf,"�nd: to authorise and. empowtrV them to'^t^ sucb' measures: in' disposing � �frtfae\Bama�': dthei; jpfiitly with-Hertford:', Union. CariaT, St "separate; therefrom, as ftbe assignees - shall, from; 4ms to' tithe .con^der .h^uci^fhr ' thh: crealtors.' "  '! : :;. . ,L '.;' = .'-'      , Mr.Ellisj one of tU&aVsigoees^.^opk she Chair. ; '��  ^~^6^|posal:of the; art N^vlgationj �y^ilal(4l^-�^^lilf%A.tfs%a^ li>i^i^'''^^ilt|ts imnttioee: a|ia)�^a^ia]^!cj)a^^�i�m-�fte .^tope'rtyl.at';pjie?�nd'thie sarneiime.,1 He/ofcervedJ'ttiatall the Couh^'fjSonc|irred"iivMht'ip^^ .Ssfeigneas loukiog,^ a^r)]t||catio�/ mBaU^m^'^^^''^'*'!^ onlUe^S'h oJauae�.et,Thp sei^^on^;:ikcpir^:]>e;ngl tmicli to'ocIong.to be; ihserted'.Uere entire, we give 'the fol-loiVing'ana^suiandextracVtitoiH. ' �   '.'.'..�','' The Austrian AmhassddQrJ1. President lot >tbe_.plet;...*�� cUfedtbatAe present; stite'd? tfffaSrawm iQeHa.any.^a', iti tracted the attentioDL pf. theEmpeior.'':Aslong as tlie.exclwi mei� of the people's Kmin6!s 'was ,nd: more; tban might-bu. expected from the great / events passing la other ^countries^ his Majesty hoped that public Opinion would be lofltieaced bj� the preponderance. Which, the calm and,, wtU^al/itiosed ma^rify^rh'ustsHave iaipohg  ^mojida.:,';'..Ih conheqiolente/xrfa vwia'us', conferenocs ;-wiih ;;aU^,  tfp' j^ffeo''-'Be^'oir^e Confejie.raU'oo, the'- 6bject.'!Of ?w.hich.. wai*' tha desne to>meSr)tsi& ibaf v6w&'�i3atii leg^:m&-i� accordance? to* 9o2e.ffto�a!�-toihe[D]et'the:foll0wJn^ 11' WanVofToomrfOWiges us to timit tmsc^municatipn and the- debate; and we  Oroceisd to"tB"e' conclusion of the protocol. '; Tterollowingr^oluybn was-unariimously adopted:.; All the-iSovaronieBtsiat,t&r^t�d�i^lo&..^a�td^/ ickriewledgirig.i the at'leltlo^-. f>f' which the,, Emperor of Austria eJKlah* King of JiuasUt;iiave given new ptppfij);tbJ the-general-WBlf�e| of .Germa^^^^ : I." (Sonsideriog' ihat. ..byrArt.~i>7pof �i}w'r.]?lriai; Act "con; -gfuaedf�'Vie�na, aQtibe powersor the iate, rouat rgaiA united In Ae,head;6f (he'Stat�!,; anddiat&oS'overeigp, b> ~%%$^"u!Z�a' "thVeSmtltuUon ;of rfie ^atesi � c4�t' be:limited, only.to ^he , -M- y ^--.-?**rsx$&3^S,*T!r: exerciseof cartainiiigbta ^fie-co.�jpeTaiionof Ape,^4tes. UiJtorr - Ganals, in anareki; arid v^o^^offl^ coincided! Ja> ti-e propriety of ^fSmW^^V*6^ ii notaaly auttadrlsS to iejecV tbepelitiona of ,fhe; Esta'te�: lieved-'i&wouldi^Prove^ verybeqeee^^W^ftoravv-TJie: itrfkJi._-f_.u.       -......       �        -��    1. The children of bath sexes of the military of the inferior ranks in the former Polish army, who are unable to maintain them, shall be provided for, according to the wishes of their patents or guardians, by the Government, viz. the girls till they are 13, and the boys till Id years, aad educated at its expense at Warsaw, in the institution called " The Infant Jesus." 2. When the boys have attained their seventh year they are to be placed in tie battalions of the military cantonments 5 the girls, when they are of age, and acquainted with female works, shall be put out to service in private house*. :;   ,...;.�.,:r   . :3. Orphan boyaof ths^^'deferrotion now in the king, apraof Poland, wbf l^raiWfiw-Htm age trf; fi^e years or . yiiej,may at the desire/(bl&lnoftaravmfem; P|reBtB'b;e .gVeii up to the mjlhary.flflipery of tb�r\Vorwoa8hi^^ lie-'a^nrj'trjgetnerwbh the.MoW^ jto.the battelfons of the muitpj'cSntolisaeritSf.^. '..Tt*;"' rri "P>hite Plltcnaiuiilr, haa ^ubliihed' direc|iona''reSpwBh# tho. admission of actual inhabitants of the kiBgdom of PoEtia Into the Russian-army who'have hot served either heebie or sijyiti'tlJe 29lh Novi 1830 in the former Polish army,.:if they ^prftsa wishte enlist for,'l5 j/eateiuto the Rusgian army. ^e^tRav^offisersof tHe^^oiwoTdsbips.iBh^asaertto *;wh?fflerIhoWwbo.will entfer^-Kr^^ po^ly'defectt } the .i^Ae^^^^ebtiiiil^f^iilUo^i 35 years of age, Jtiust be his b wfr'-tiMMIn^^.^^eia^lt r. Warobrunn, as the hest'substitiitei for Toplilz. .�!"' -As top Russian Rrinceaaes'do not crime :lo Doberan� but only to ReVal,- whithea- the' Erbperorrts slrcadj gone, it -is probable that theviiittoAIeiklenhurg will not take place. ' � . The recent English arid French Journals allege-ai a proof of the tyranny of the Russians' in Warsaw,'that Princo Paa-kewitBch had caused the..' Pollah' Generals  liewinski and Chorzewski, in spite of ..tneiinpesiy gratter] them;, to be carried off ^oRuisiaV ani that thelatter wan dying in conse-.qufjic^of Iheill-treatmenTt which' he/ 'ha'd.^receiyedr The; faTeehoorlof � thi's.statimetit.: is best proved hy the fact that General Lewihiki hMfheen pjsre'fdr a week, and. ta now gone LITERATURE. " The CtASSicAL Ljbbaey." No. XXXI- Valpj. The present number constitutes one of the most interesting which has yet appeared in this edition of the classics. It presents us with the first volume of Ca;sar, Duncan's translation. Where is the school.boy wh0 has not read with avidity the exploits of Caius Julius, who lias not accompanied with delightful sensations of admiration and enthusiasm, the conqueror of nations through his perilous and glorious career. To the warrior, to tha historian, and to the scholar, this volume will prove alike interesting and instructive. The translation is taken from Dr. Claike's edition, printed for Tonson in 1712, and care has been taken by Mr. Duncan to preserve the distinctness and perspicuity of expression for which the original is so much and so justly admired. A brief, but judiciously written biographical sketch of the hero, precedes the Commentaries. The present volume contains the Sketch, and eight books of the Wars in Gaul. iguees havuigr.^e u)ter^;W,-��%a�iea' concera#: .strongly �nmm^^^.^&^m^tS^1' r^the Art.,j.'fZ ,>���,/     K meaaa/pecettaryi td.^oodnct. the Government in, iU raJthhrV l^fc�TO�uM W|'i^wfi^'^�*tolt^'.�iiFaW''tro^J aittthpsi^Jhiihat^tnlpdredoft^ 5 10 0 0 18 6 10 WU9 te^wi^-iock;:::;;, "'�;�8-nWeiiiich1--.im(tati�h-- a�M^".bra*hogairf.\i;.:.. , Oisvo. with     bsig and (rinn�i;i :...�-� ... .,... Jaiiaa bojla.SeJteV    '..V. .-.'.V.-------';>y .�. .fi All FeatiiarlBedi warranted free fro'iadutt^rim\U .014 iMJraVtiiW tak*nin; 1^0:0 .SI 10 6  6 I -.-8 -:i 12 I 12. 1-10 a io l ia s'"si" �� H*n beat KaWng out with *;....!,�T"wce. of the crou, ... ,.1!p , !�fa��. four men w�e d ' M �^eir ^ ,-'n"oftlie provisions      i �*Ae- ^ a�'empiirig to save Ihrid vtrea) quest , on tl ^^"Wfca! iZSi 1'^'^ �8"i���on "o7'Se � MaajM. ;,�./..!*�?�* * Verdiccof'NatiirAl ^.K i 'oe Caledo: : aasatance, and con> roi anamediV.1 _-..*'v--." w�r the- nimnuMn ,eiu~ , .t�b Fleet _r?'d^-^obtrt���'Junel'0.l this time and was ihosi the quea !,' ^WD' �s humSSARWno4tesofthe Fleet fc\^'*eS^& vl^nswerterepeated mi. L a?* moat healihv S*1 h&sjeM.aia :mc. the � was 8t thfrt-jn, iatojtjcsted. atheart, si meat for^i     ______.. , whether th%f would ^bT1enab1eil, to^ispoteof the property StMajMy ^1^y,^,<^pta^^j^St &T&Mi*%��&! '.f*^r^!!^^* t'alaedvit W hoUmpoisi^ ^ S'� 'he maintenatjee of internal, tranquillity and sobiectbe adjourned''    :':   ordwin the. Confederated Statesbeleogs to fhe.Governtnent A Credit; stated,that IvVrVoiles, the engineer, had esi Wf^^^M^^nh^^�W^ timatedUpvalue 4M�m whichbelongto S r Georg. .^M Duckett at 150 0001        w ;il  j - ltbe obligation of i(s members reciprocally toasslst.p.ach.other, � :Thee^anSunced"tKat; the^signceahad.realiaeo1      ^^^W^^^^SS^^^-upon the-various eatatea'bf'the'hankttibwlhe anm of 26,S93r." u^W�s^*.^fiW�:tt,�Me of resistance of thb^ph-wnichWba^o>po8i4lin^ nee^and^wej^ i-.r--^ claibaj tKe'a^tance rof the;.Confederation,-iund imm'ediatelv to offer its ., ,   i of" .orijer; ' ' If ih the.latter cbbo-the Govern-^rf&Ti^^ ^^^f^'^'-lliVP^ ;.he,rehe}Iion;hy it, .thMbv^'i^tliio^^i^.^ paid a aWdendof establishment of ordtt. Inarmse* however,,c*n tha taea- "       '       '" object Of the Confederajtirn, Act of Conrederation; arid .rede- the fulfilment of. the mQvfc�,:as'au.amehdmenti^ w^thile&imMmeWy.-..^ ,fv   ,. TOdjrf.^A^^tejreieo^.rt,:^guiiat^n^iofdl Six.Geor --� - ',. ... , j / - �ity, Monday Evening. : Qu^BANTlNB.i-A notice was posted at! Lloyd's this afternoon from .Qp^rtoy stating that aU^eaaela Jxom England 11 were permitted U; ��JKt"*iW* from.'.e^'ht; to ,seyjinteetf days' I quarantihe,. acco^ding1^' direurastancei^xce'pl; Liverpool Cly^^�ato^'-^r8^'r&oB�-i6ai these,places- w*re BtiR-excluded;   ^��^^�^----�-�------ " '=-- to tha capture � -'Thesteaia 1 . , . , - ^;Udi>gjimtm^.ite^4flas(0((iui^,,..    ,      v---i' �: Thk MttViV MiSk^Ti^^y^e^SviwS;rose 1-iio 1^1; er^ceht. this mdrotngw "rn* consequence, of the news reeiftve4:|;! .Six,GeorWe^Dhcfieitexpre8serl8-'.^ .Kin,d*?- ap4 m prdJr;!tp'taeUiute:mtb�;8"aver^ give,every Th%maeidB and:-assistance In hii'power- fdr'the W.fTteria�ce.of, the. constitutional- relation*-hlelwee'n';the, bjnettt|of,h$eiedjkfrivV4a^,�^^'fai^ar^Ke -said' he felt \^^�>^.j^'^Me''*MNfl*w bflStates,'a COmpaittee' identified. ^'THe^Bankrutttitheamrejcee&a tiriay before the  ?�-*JJ.b? appoJiited by: the Diet expressly forthu putpose; to meetiagthe j^88:ttt�the:av�age atnouM^^^ ahd'expenditore forime last eighteen_^ �. - -           i- - - to the Confederations, or t6"theright| ..    ,      , �~ I W:give npaceof auchtbthe^Oiet,-- which- wjH^tben,ifHf Beaumont a amende l^ftr ^:^t^ii)^lg:atmm^i)oi^ withjhe .GbVerWehtswiereste* ' Tbe'C(nrm>ittee'stol�he3p^jnted 'for sijcyfiarB^:,at,i6e"eW of^vhfclr>lts contihuancie ,:�ha.u; be tokeTV:mib!w>nil4�atioh., " :v '     " ' ;   :-    ��     ,'."'''' . "T'5V.; AB.byArfc,'oS.aPnh� Final Act of Vienna, In those' ''^DlilMea' ii^*fo.p�b�estaM�'*e'-' **�fca !ofj.'�m '.8�*te* ^t'eriarantecd by tbe -ConBtitutioii, the -free^xpiession-'pf ibii'cantioiBB used/tilher (a..'the,drbate�; themselves; OS ________________, ... uiiiaiMtoitioii^ii^}fft^;m^'-i�*-imm-v^ c�rtsor4rt,obfaihtea?Tb�t4erini..aia6elh� * iMfii^fo^'Oii&ftk'wtfiil 'iViieWtS&iltbr .Am w*sHr�-eti- �-.--�"^.....-' '      '   ' '   ' of theJuaticesYothoWri^llratiafreVh^^ f/,iU 6f f ^I^^��^'?1^^emade^p iD the tqer;^-ana-�i�tiiiiikMea' emMiM^.S )lor|e|jChorge#ski! is- certainly ill. at #ar-aa*�1l),nt.''Ih eoii*MMcM^i^w^aas he!hSdrJ�W!id.ih the winskiat Dresden add JSUrie'nbad-w'Ulr'lt :m�y.W'"Jbope*i have more effect thad ai):ffl.e>olK^^ ganda of Paris :and,lWidou: seifd' \ to'all- countries.: -,' v _ -:" c' ; Hajtbubgh, J�i.,y I^^Araounw^ftom-EIstoore stat. that the Ta!avera,>with -ibrd DiirhanSon board, had'aririve'd in' the Sbiind. Oh jihe"his Lordship proceeded.in the ship to tt'openhagenJ wheose fie' Will ;go to-St.- Petersburgh; leaving Lady DurBam.'.^d'Tatoily at Coprnhagett.'.".   " ] TUB MONEt MaHKBT.' ' "The Sources op Health and Disease in Communities.   By Henry Belinaye, Esq., Surgeon.- : :Tre.a^le^yjyurta, and Richter. Jit novfea^iperhaBs, within our recollection, would a w.yi- 't>etai!Ve^el^ea by the public, or been.more cal-JeMated-trfipre^ujisa^beneficial effect. At a period when a baneful Stonrge^ is rafeg'Ugt tHrlniniens'e metropolis, an enquiry into; the sources of health and disease is peculiarly appropriate. "Mr. Belinaye has, iu Jhe volume now beforeius, collecteii a very great portion of jmpor- . lant information relative lo the preservation of heal h land extension of life. Which'is highly interesting, and;} ptfie more so, inasmuch as, in treating of the various positions which he assumes, all technical end abstruse term, _ are'avoided, and the work is written in a clear, distinct,,^ |. ahd'simple style, suited to the comprehension of the most simple and uncultivated understanding. The principal object towards which Mr. Belinaye hai directed his attention,is.an enquiry into the causes whicM' r. lead to the .extension or abridgment of the period of human existence, audio the consideration of thuj roipor.-tant^questiohhe 'treats of the following, amongst otVe'r causes connected with liis suhject; narilely,''," Tlve.Sub-serviehcy of Man to Physical Influences,"LayV's of-Propagating Emanations," "Effluvia aryl Civilization^'' 4 His arguments' ori each of 4bese points, aid- the conclusions which, he draws from thetn,~ display coh*yeiert)te.-; depth of research and strength of judgment.' 1 They will ( be. read: with interest and advantage. " Wfr- c^ri -iYAji afford room tor the following extract from Ibe cfiapt^-headed � Effluvia," on the subject of c'dhtagior^ and epideniy, As" soOnaS some new disease is imported from abroad, prarises in;spme,.spot'a.t:home1 from which''it-spreads thrtoghithe'Conynunity, discussions ' and contentions arise ori all sides, to its having Simply an* ep'ida.micBi ehafbeter, or.one that-is contagious, or .bothV-'vThese dis. Ctt'ssions are.important, and the c6fttntioh*if men and discrepancy of facts is so great, that we should; be pei-Tilexei juideecl, die!/not a simple reflection occur to solve �thedifficulty,. The; contagious^ as well .as the malignant character of; diseases;- depends mostly,.'41. not entirely, upon the degree of vital energy,- antf'the [narrowness of the>pacej Sc. within whichthose Who.isutl'er -from it ate confined.,'At'Madeira, in'the SoutjK'ctf Fi;ance,;arid elsewhere, consumption is deemed cootagjops;';pn account of the;, number of sufferers that resQi^.J^ those parts, AuthprahavB enumerateri'roaiiy other, co'mp'.aints which we "deemhon-confagious, "as., cohtagious/ under similar circ'UDistantes,. - For instance, -Dr.. Cleghorri and D'ri Fordyce, both pbysiciana of bigja, aucftority in medical science, have considered the trguei.'a's "ic&ntag.iotis, &c. &c: Therefore it would appear;thatepiaemJcs^ lilje' the cholera,  Taybe<;opriitidnally contagious,^ '�-.�:.: � " Itt^be harrow1 Streets, ia ^fedTark.blind alleys, and 6maUtroQms,where humajn. ^eiggs'^te found, of .immoral anaudSitlyy;,habits; ground downT"ntoreover'by poverty1. labcft�r,and misfortune-by eyerything(;'in a.'w,ord, that afl'efcta^ijWity-t-in such pk6es;'1t.iisjwat-'epidemics Brat appe^i;;and'|.thea graw into contagion;'-' It.ipersohs who leTO-wmmsura ^miortsvand conveniences are attacked by ,tbe4nxadinj!i disease,, its -coBtagious character disappears, ' from Oporto; $crip; also radvaneed ,1 per ce.nt.,^:b"*3�& , or no'iornter betrays- itselfvahd' then ,it .'is-' rMbtoro-{UrbeloMUie:cIo^-of W&v* f^  -In-'Ettalisb SeeM^-me^w^maitiiM>\>� noticed; |�! ,,r~ -.f..        Corisols ^AhcasnFaosed �*�- 8fb% m.WWJF'*' Exchequer BiHs 12s. a     ; Bank^ and,IpdtS Stock 200. i";.:J-'j        ! EXCTTAirxJies otitjoiiiiorir- .. Ji;^,. HiMBOEGH, 3�Iy ISi-n 184! Two Months, 1312.'- -taEMBii. jolyaos^d^Momlw, BeKlin, July 10.-Three Mentha, n Cheistianiaj June 27-:Phiee months, 6 38. ;  liEiPSic, iJuly"6:--iT>>ree Months, 6 18J. _ Juty 13;-Boraen Halle, half-past Two o clock.- Wheat has a^ain declirVeathis'week f "^Systems of HAHtiiToW; ano Jaco-To't. Impuoved. >  � - . "'�By.CB.L.P,;: ;;;      . Amongst the- various publications which from lime to timehave hppjeafgoYintended for those who are desirous ^oaCquire-fhBsrfwsp'eakingand writing a foreign language with (atiUify-'and pleasure, none of them have greater claiojs Co nierit than the useful and very, compact litlle'"*Orlfhow before' us, adapted for.students com-. . * - i*,-- - ,i i- " I manrimr'the French knsuaae.. The author has chosen Rye maintained itself, but withitttfc.buslpesg^ Ies EiUes da DUringthe first six days of, July, 81 c^ofy^rd' *^tS&jtX"^&ked ou the <'conversational method" of :Se SmaOi of which 18 were-jb^fo 499-}aais cf wheif have^beefi importedv I 'h"B PUB!1 wno 53 determined' to hpply himBelf with dill-9^af^t^^^m^m^J^~liiWS^itM. *J,"Ptf08ij>M�y aeqaire the robta of the language inafew Discount SJ'pe'r e^'iiicii(rjf^'&�i^ ST- Angto^Dahlsh-'Iidani (ft per Cerit;)' Anglo Russian '� ; ,L ..'...-- Rusfiau InscmptiowJSaeriCent.lTrJsl PpWhBoiids'"' AnstriaDB'aakShares ".' Auatrlan! ftfetalliqueg ''';..   .; NevV A05trlah>per.Cent,    '   -..' 8J6. were thep' ^'u't frohi the ehiir" wheii Mr. 'ment waS'carried'byiamajojrity. of 10. .The meettng then adjowtwiju- ',*' hUiRo.ckr.Ch^nrVeIj but-got,off,.and .proceeded./'        -'"';-' -    '..:.   '        .--' .-.,." OPORTO, July 3.-All .the foreign vessels, aftd, those .that hive icome te, from Ertgland within the last week, "are" dow* ai^hi qu'arknttne station ? ,,"the former will be detained hut el^bt /days dnly,1' and the,-Iattervt%elve-and seventeen 'dsyY.-1 Soaie vessels 'from all .parts dr JSri&laflitand .acprjand,  .:, ;   .      :   '_' ' i':8C%ikk:it NOVELLE MOHAU DI FSANCESCO .."::: "'"�"iS; /      ' SOAVB." Tfifs is also a publication on the Hanjilioiiian-system,. |:which will be found of equal service to;students in the. ItalltaH' language.  The tales are of a very pleasing de-.suriplipn, a�d selected in'order to excite the attention of /Jpiing students to the acquirement of tliis delightful flapguagfe6f;acountry, the naineof which recals to mind everything ithat is.jclassic and-grand.. To avoid the coBtihual'recurrence, to the-Dictionary, so tiresome to the studentj -the literal meaning has been placed under ..each word j and this plan has been-adopted.for the pur. jiosejthat/as one Italian word has many significations, Ihe'scbOlar need only commit io memory the one most generally in Use, and the rest will.be easily acquired by practice. ,� Works like the present cannot fail of en- CQURT OP EXCHEQUER, SgOTLAND. 'iMPOKTAN*., Tp,.^'jiB "q^rsidr*-0F5J�STJpgajVijOH; � BBVlNlie^ASES *Sbl�!-�ITaBI i0i''!eBl fore, they quashed the proceerffiigi . ,   .   . HQp.lNTftbtilGENOE.-,  ... �.:., ------r----^,,r^.._T....., r...r.-rv.        ,, u B?**U?H> j#Jj!16--The;accrmnl�..iiirdajfromSh'saex, i^y^:fo*tiu.�&pj: ivga-..mpre''8re' asked i '�:^SWbP*P1*to '*� tW^rrt��i-�ihs^a^thU'ttf4h� growth, 4-aecid.ed,ajtera;,i6H,^tth�r,for dia ^^---^ � - v ,. or-worsp, JfKa^uty.may  niU9l.BO"owtake;pn}aciv..'Shd Hi 9c.-�p�i)bKbJe ra^'idly-aecliBc.v ,�(t.'..-','.f,B " :;.DftiirK akjt�:ISoi amJTV^There4*etrrJrese�.iivioir ^^^P?r^^,'W',,,:'^; ;..". '! jol 71 '    - .DO.   .dp,'34 ..... " :'-65{ fi58    / Volantary hoib, 1831, 6 per Cent. 954 058 ; <  ;        Do. :, do.. ,1832, SperlCent: ^ ''ffitcesi.-." ?' � HASaRyRGft PAPERS;   ,.   �       i WabsAtv, Jiriiv 2^HTs:::Maje!(y;.'onKth'e' p'roposil' of "�e. Paskewitscli, for.proyiding Tdr|the<�mh�ns of tubal andpriyates,of fafa$&2oV&w^�$0 > aU rfromCJuebect .SBaresbrook; Partridge} fsabelli, ^lauglian ; ahdElbe'-Packet^Sbaerv all from. Hamburgh; and.iiecessary in almost every station iu life. " ThB iAai op Preventing the Loss of Tjseth.;   . = By j. scou.    ":; There are, we believe, but, few person* existing 'who.'-.- The Pomonavof Sunderland, was assisted into Yarmouth Jlbads, on Friday,' with. losa of sails', Teremast, ahd triaini mast. / ' REGISTER OF PUBLIC SALES, July 16. / '"/'   " auction.mart. !Mb. Ceook.-Tto: Fmhold ^eisjiageg, Gardens, and -Piemises, iuthe parish of. Sturry., two," tiiilea from Canter; Jbh^�-K.n 'wB'for�280.:      '..;"'..- :  '" .'  .' '"'. - 7 gabbawav's- ,' MB*flA&pi.NEB :9, 10,' and 11;; Dorset place; Bride street, Liverpool; road*: Islington ; let af541. vehddtpayiug.raiea-�400.''      , "_.'   �-ij !  A a Antiiiity of iBOl." payabi; quarterly during thp 'life Of. gnd those who are possessed of the luxury wantonly risking itslbss,: by gross neglect or an injudicious use of it.; Asa preventative pf the latter ova cute for the former, as far as maybe, we would recoinmeiid'ft perusal of this useful little treatise, and iho adoption" of llie recommendations which it contains. Mr. Scott has here laid down a set of rules for tho lnanagemelitof the teeth whilst perfect, and for supplying-the defects which may unavoidably occur,th.at�rrr8hihle an individual who may from circumstarrcesoe deprived of professional assistance to become bis :pw.n dentist., U also contains several remedies, for tooth-ache, accompanied by testimouiala frorri;Sir H..jH.a|fprd,Sir;A. Cooper, and severji^othei-professional gentleinen.of the, first reputation-for. skill and sciencei Cjn ihe whole, we recorainerid �' this tteatiseis (veil worthy the "aucutioB'�f. thosei who^estimate ejithe'r the Ihlrtasic.value.or the external charms' of a beautiful ,�St. of teeth. - :> 9*' Thursday iilgh(rjria^ ^�y: n)or�iiig�two; inen Wer8;*ho�j. near, to the -r^ca-'cohrgei undes-vverv' aron'ir^r>ir/'limc:)onrsar]   1U.  PI__. ' -  \.    I'^'.i     .,*.* srangeeorcumslances. Mr.Clegg, oT Manchest�r4treet: ?:^�lTrlbooth on /the. Toad-sideband a person' Uflmea Sac)ler.ac}gd as hi*-waiter; #hile conversing ;puistdejha tooth,^�ter~fron^^ camfrqut,;ftnd of ,inio;itcatioh, find without -' By ig^$j$$w^Ta&ri: -'    ;; - Thisla'S-Work"in wbicj>,thcscieniific ofaparlicularclass will noVfatUo findmsiopjvprthy their c'onsijdpration. So far: as-werare able t'ojudge from a perusal of 'it; being caJled^in to forrn an onjplon upon a..theareticai rather *�- -   " iac'tical knowl?.djge''oT the subject, it strikes us iy written. The dill'eiont problems, which are aiid principally iutemled lo illusirate the fitness of cast iron heants and columns to resist tranTersb an-hBfe"th8he^in-'  strains, torsions, comjttjspsion, tension, and impulsion t'alty;v�iundied,^lilverpTOlJMercu^ ''toABs^-.JIiie'jattwaB brokentibgr'   

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