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   British Traveller And Commercial And Law Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1832, London, Middlesex                                NEW PUBLICATIONS. , , j,.....il>��) liy WMlTTAKEIt. TKEACHEIl, and Wtif 1"" '        Cu. Ave Mario UmK. ' 1. �Ifi 3 volB, post sco. 31s. ai, rt,ilK BI'.KU�BE JN AMRIIICA. T A       tty'iJm rtoLion, Author of " The Dommic In IMit Hva. price half aguincs, ,,ni VtLLAOB: SketchM of rural character and scenery, miv lliwixi MtTPoiii). The fifth anil concluding volume. " ,.,, Miirunl iJ.n more of the right true country English feci. ,l,,;im.iil.iiiy""H-r living writer; she is always easy and '�' ,ujl�a>� f"" "I'B"""'Of'S'nat obtervnllon: she Willi ilriMi"''c"f'ho humble, and the imprudences " 1,miliiil �("� li'i'""lanilscnncs with much of the truth and I (;,,,>biiroUEli, and like him she (icoplcs her scenes, *-�i ilif "'     "�"> ftney, �o mieh as with the ',! iiilirwil, 1 lllll'-'raKKeil sometimes, and their toilettes �'K \ml m lull "flir"-'wnnot help seeing tlicm bo. "* .,'.rrr,iil. I'cr fame has flown for and wide, and she J","," iirr n.ik with Ihc aljlest writers of the age; honours '"liilh-I'"'" cottage; her works arc nlcturw "fzlirn'mml frcrmK' <" our peasantry; and she has had i1" f" "''""y depraved *'''"i^l,,a,i:r.ililii.-, with little charity, has drawn them.- C.�'.-'*T'- .,i,r.i.......liiit'Viiliimcof thisgallcry ofruslicscenes and fa. , n, �liicli�lmw� the family lineaments strong in its re. Minn'I'll" iirnh'cwiirs. 'i'hc sketches are twcnty.rour In "ii mil'II impress of Miss Mitford's natural and ""SpA-Ulwiiry Oaiette, Se,,t. IS. � HiaMiiW i� one of the truest pohiters of life.-Spectator. AiuLfli'* editions of the former volumes, vd^t"---"    I. 7�.(iii tO'iiu'H. It iri cnloulatctl at once to accelerate literary �[n>iiu"i, ami It) Tivini in esU-ibiishing a correct and elegant ft Mil in-iiK'skiiiK'""! writing."-Gentleman's Magajlnc. V. )j Iioily.lliinl Blitlim, rcvlswl l)y W. U.'.'g-Att.oR, M.A. I t'Mii. I'rice (is. bound and lettcrtid.s > nswiCK'S Imiirovnl IMition of Dr. GOLOBJiHTH'S HIS. I tmilKNliLAND, wllh a Ulctionnr^, lJlogrM>hl(!Jil^ His. liiiil, (nmllic I'ftice of Araens up to the Year Isfe; To iliiOTjdilcil, Kcreral new Chapters, coirtous Notes flMmgh. �l,mllliraiiiliTwliriKnnd comprehensive Genealogical Tables 16iS�rai|in�iil ilnniaml; with I'ortralu of all the Sovereigns iJlltJujiiiir Imiicliranrihc present Koyal Komilyj a Coloured l,,mliii,m/! Ilic Ancient and Modern- Divisions, &c.; and ifljKfcsivalHuWi' Improvements. �>r�ii�l�r Ihii lo he one of the most complete books of the miiiinlmiioii Ihut I1.1H ever issued from the press j and the yOTil! >o rii|ilmi� .is lo merit a distinct eulogium. The Antaijiwyiimiiiefor the pains and labour they have Kutl 11 IMfaliiiglhe publication. VI. .lust rcnily. In ISmo. If 'o % OBSERVATIONS of NA.^ pill.,*ntii,(|,i|,i. great exlcnf of Knfcwlcdi * ' SiBWrnrcisi-iirilic Senses. B' " ' W*l,xitaliii,\(;. Forming ' HiMinlbnf." of Kntiwlcdfte attpinnble 1% lyJJoBKW Mutiiii, Author of Vol. LXXVll. o/"Consta- SALE BY AUCTION. 1 IWWl'ER, WORCBSTERSHIBE-Ira- ' uiiiiSAiV: of CARPET LOO.MS and other Uim. DitmliUy ticceisary to Carpet Manufacttitera, SR. DAVIKS lespectfullf informs the tM\e thai he lias 'received inHtructions from the >^iRiof Mr. John Broom, of Kidderminmer, Oarpet SUBMIT to PUBLIC tllDNonTuesJay, the Iflth day of October, 1832. �!*�iii|!(layt, ihc whbleof the liOOMS, Bobbins fMiij Spinning Bobbins, Yarn ShoeW, Wool Baakels, Wufniioiuilfscriptions, Measuring Machinea, large T"i I'nii, Sorting Tablea, Dye Slipka, Drying ^.Uiiingl'ott, Lingoe Mouliia, Bullet Moulds anil "Ikii, Siniili! and Kngine Tools, Dye Woods, and JJoDui iiihtt tB'Lcls,-viz. upwards of 200 Brussel, TOi Mil Vcncllan looiiia in an oxcellent ktate of le-^S.OWI gross of alubblng, roving, Wutplng, and Joj tabbins, upwaids of 400 wool and yarn boskets. tml j,itn bIwcIb, two iccding in frames, wool IWlKSll |>nir of three and four pllcli combs, 21 l�*p�iiof i�o andioOT, 47 pad posts, 117 wool boxes, Nijof Imn dubbing bobbins, 4�2 feet of IJ incli lliiiiig cauls, 30 feci of wire fancy cards, quantity Jil'iKihccl cnnls, nisdle point Scotch cards, and m Scotch lllliiiiig at per fool, 61. yard* of Ml, 12 iron bobbin presses, new doubling >) juiiniiiy of sorted files, 43 dozen of new -'i flieis, 22 iloscn of Slcci spinning spindies, (ipinJIti, i)minruy of iron bobbins, barrels, and 7il>�large WMping mills and crBids, a number of * 'Ms, cailss of while lead and brown ground yimniiiy of dye gouds and apirUs, mobogany h^mt ilcski-, Biouls, &c., and numerous other wtlianrc used (n llic process of carpet nianu- "'8 snJ woMied spinning__Citaloguca and fur. Wtulan mny be obtained on application (if by 1'P"ii(nid\ to Mr.Brinion, foliclior to tbc Assign ''Wcraiiimer; at tlie Black Hurse, Kiddcrmln-'�Ml'liiic llot5c,Lt cvi-ry Morning, at a quarter to, "' ""i'lTiotly conducted in 14 lioura. Su,'l\'-(llmiiiroVlast Conch, daily, at Two *'i�e , 1,'"'"' 'lirauKli Ncwciiatle, arriving in am-Billy. ''�-�TKm i'loceed on direct to Ireland, '^^'min^*^' -Slu-cwslniry, every Morning te'lif^'''"' �'" 21 li""rs, tlirongh Derby, Mat-plfoiKi, i>-Hve.m.ig with the greatest celerity P>lS,vo,     """""K al half-pnsl Six, nnd Evcn- �l.\SGOW, CARLISLE, and LAN-r**'". aiuli- '      ''�" fa, every Morning at hnlf-Sn.r,,,f"""R "I Seven. Uy tbcse conveyunccs "^Vir '""P <"< *e road, nnd proceed 3^tolr, IV "�'Ihmil any additional expense. HINr'"^,K�iVTE,  RAMS-lOGNOR, and all 'S.'^wal M,!'i'"'"''^'f�"y informed tlic above Coaches ni,;""''' fnim the GOLDEN n the conrNe of Ihe ilay that it was found necessary lo convey him in an Asylum. Olasoow__In our occaaion.il emigralion noiii'cs this year, we have alluded to the vast number of Highlanders who have gone to America; and, as emigraiiun to nn alarming extent has taken place in tha M'est Highlands this year, we hcrewilli preiient lo our readers the following table, for the accuracy of which we vouch, and which will show, at a glance, the counties and places that have I'urnlbhed ihc greatest number of emigrants :-To Canada lrgyle,S58; leleofSkye, 137; Perth, 323 : Lanark, 541 ; Renfrew, 320; Dumbarton, 2!); tfltirling, &4 ; In. verneas, li; Ayr, 83: Mid Loihian, 60; Banft', 12 j WlgtoD, 11; Fife, and olher counties, 52. To Nova Scotia and Cape Breton-Argvle, 71; Skyc, 130; Uist, 872 ; Perth, 55 ; Lanark, 141; Renfrew, 56 ; Ayr, 138; Invernesa, 2?; Stirling, 8. By this table it will lie seen that Argyle, Skyc, and Uist Imve furnished 1,86B, which (.4 more than a third of the emrgrants in litis ciiu-merailon ; while Lanarkaliire, with a greater population, gives only 541; and Renfrew, 370. AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, AND COMMERCE. - �   � HOME. L1VEUP0cL PRICKS CURRENT, IMPORTS,&c. Por the week ending I2th Oct. There has been an animatid demand for iUjj^ir, bath from the grocers and refiners, and 1,500 hhds. British plantation have been dispnscil of. In gome instances at rattier lii|>hur prices for the middling desctiptions.   170 baga of line white Bengal have been taken at 6'ls. (tec cwt.  Of Mautitiua there hate been no a.alea this week. The trnnaactionain foreign ore confined lo 270 boxes good while Ilavaimuh at 30a. Gd., 10 cheats yellow and low while Pernambucoai 239., and 73 brla. blown Mnaco-yado Puralba at 238. per cwt.   Nothing, has been done in molat.ses.  Coffee-The demand for plantation cominaea limited, nnd ihe traHsaetiona are confined to small parcels of Jamaica nnd Demcrara at ihe quotations; but there ii no disposition on the pan of the hnpitrlcrs to prcM sales at ilie prekeni cutea, in which wuhin the last three months there is a decline of nearly 10s. for the ordinary to low middling qu:ilitiee.   Of foreign tlicre are no sales whatever to report.   135 boxes Jamaica arrow rnai, of fini quality, have been sold at I3d. per lb.   In rice no ttan sictions.   Cocoa-About 150 bags Trinidad have been sold at 4ll9. per cwl. for'ordinary, to 65b. 6d. for good, No sdlcs of ginger are reported, but the holders ask liighei raiea.   N.itbinn has been done in pepper or pimento. Of rum, about 330 puna., chictly tine Demerara, at 2b. 7'!. 28. yd, per gallon, liave been taken by the Irade. Cotton.-The market has contlnuctl rather inactive, but as liolder.4 have shown no disposition to press salc�, the prices of last week are fully supported for all  lbs. dearer, but In old there was not the least improvement. Flour having a proportionately higher price than wheat, was rather cheaper to day, and oatmeal � li tie further reduced in value. LiVEni'OOt PiiovisioN Mabket, Oct. 12-The butter markei is dull this week, and prices have given way from 3s. a 4s. per cwl.: we quote Belfast il2s., Sligo �Uii. a Bh., Derry 80b., Banbridge 76^., Tralee 75s. a 76.'., Waterford 74s. a 788., Cork dry 3da fi8a. a 70s., 2d8, pickled 70s. a SOs. per cwt. Prime beef is^ now very scarce, and is in good request, from 105s. a 110s. per tierce. Pork GSs. a 768. pet bane]. New bacon has been a good deal inquired after ; gome small lots have arrived, and sold at 46s. a 478. per cwt. Dried hums 5�a.   Kirkin lard from 468. a 06s. per cwt. LtvERrooL Cotton Market, Oct. 13-The market tliia day is very firm, and the sales arc 2,500 bags of all descriptions, at very full prices. LivEaFOO(.,Oct. 12-(High water at 50 minutes pnst 12.-Wind West, moderate, fresh breeze.)-Arrived, tlie Crow, Cowman, irum Calcutta; sailed on the 20th of June, with rice, sugar, sallpelre, and indigo; Lydia, (>ibb, from Jamaica, with GBgur, rum, &c.; tV'illi&m Byrnes, Spragits, from New Vork; sailed on the 22d ultima, with- cotton and turpentine; Martha, Kasterly ; and VTallsend, Cooper, from Charleston, with cotton ; Lancashire Witch, Cnolditch, from Zante, with currants ; Mary, Plone, from St. Andrew's (N.B.) with timber; Lark, Stephens, from Miramlchi, in 17 days, with timber; Birmingham fsleamer), Beazley; and Merty (ditto), Soy, from Dublin, with sundries ; Comet, Owen, from Waterford, with wheat and flour; I/ady Florence, Uwcns ; and Lady Mount Stewart, from Drogheda, with wheat ond oatmeal; Thomas, Roberta, from Duiidalk, with wheat nnd oatmeal; Venus, Davies, from Dundalk, with outmeul; Edward, Sheridan, from Wicklow, with oats ; I llc iiaWs; Gleaner won the same dtaka- at Stockbridge'thai'KJtarigVave carried off last yc-ar; he is a fine colt, and would po,iiop. i,�iilf,. . f. Ka^e, by Lapdog. Ijord Orford's f. by Partisan-Slays. Tlic Garden Stakes of 100 sovs. each.   T.M.M. Mr. Stonehewer's Variation, 5 yts, 8st. 01b. Mr. Greville's Mnicus, 4 yrs, 781. 81b. Colonel Peel's Archibald, 3 yrs, 7st. 41b. Mr. Chifney's Kean, 6yrs, 6'it. lolb. Mr. Cooper's Sluggard, G yrs, G^t. Alb-Sweepstakes of 5') sovs. each.   R.M. Duke of Grafton's Oxygen, Bat. !)lb. Lord Orford's Naiad, 7i>t. I31b. Mr. Henry's Margaret, 7st. uatciies. 100 S0V8. li. ft. T.Y.C-Mr. M. Stanley's Crutch, Ost. 'Jib., agst Lord Worcester's Cariliape, 8st. 'Mb. lOl) sovs., h. ft., T.Y.C__Lord Worcester's Cupper Captain, fist. 7lb., agst L.'.rd Chesterfield's Olgu, 8�t. 21b. lOJ sovs., h. ft., T.Y.C-Mr. Osbaldesioii's f. by Parii'iBn-Scheme, agst Sit. Henry's cli. f. by Partisan -Rivulet, 8si. 7lt). each. 800sovs., li, ft., D.M-Lord Exeter's Spencer received GO sovs. from Sir M. Wood's Count Robinson, �st. 71b. each. - NOTTINGHAM MEETING, Oct. II. S\vccp�takc� of 30 sbvb esch, 20 fi, for 2 yr olda; coin 8ni 51b. fillies 8st2Ib. T.Y.C. Ahmil half a riiile. Mr Lnccy's b f by Chateau Margaux, 8st 21b .......   1 Mr Walker's gr f Auguila, 8�t ilb ................   2 Mr llouldsworth's b c Hawk.     51b .................   3 Won easy. Two paid. SweepMakes of SOsova, h. fl, for foals of 18^9; colls 8�t 71b, fillies 8st 41b.   Once round nnd :� di�lawcc. Mr Huuldswurth's b c David, gal 71b......walked over Three paid. The Vcoinnnry Cavalry Plate of 501. given by Lord Middleton.  Two mile beats. Mr B.irluw's b m, aged, ISst...................   1   1 Mr R. Butler, jun's. gr m, 5 yrs, 11st 6!b........   0 2 Mr Cullaii's hi �, 5 yrs, list Gib................  2 dr Won easy. Three others started. The Judge placed but two. The Noblemen and Gentlemen's Plate of 501., far horses, &c. of all ages.  Heals, two miles and a hall'.   The owner of the second horse to receive 101. Mr Houldsworih's b f Circassian, 4 yrs. 8st 81b.  2   1   I Mr llebdeii'a blcTourist,3 vrs, 7817ib    ....   1  2 2 ILFORD VETTY SESSIONS, Oct. 13, At a Petly Session* linldeii at the Angel Inn, Ilfurd, Essex, on Saturday last, live young men, named Edw. Dcllar, Pelct William, Joseph Oiffin, VVm. Abrahams,, and Joseph Wilson, agricultural labourers, were cliarB-cd ivilh aliooting ond carrying away from a part of Eppinu forest a ttxa buck. It appeared from the testimony of Leaver, one of tlie keepers of Ihe forest, and his son, that the prisuncrs were ill pursuit of the deer ou the furest, in tlie parish uf Wnl-thamslow, on Ihe Sunday muruiug before, betiveeu live and six o'clock. They fired two shoia, Tho first wna unsuccessful, but in Ihc second they brought down n fine fat buck, and carried him nwsy. The prisoners severally denied the charge, ami said tlioy were not near the place where the deer woa �lvoi at the lime mentioned. The Chairman (Mr. Hall Dnrc), on refciriiig lo the Statute, said that if the prisoners cominilted the offence alleged in an enclosed, nisiead of an uneiirlnsed part oi Ihe forest, they would be liohle to be cominilted niid tried fur felony. As it was, liowcver, the Majsistrates wcreuf opinion Ihnt Ihe justice of the case would he met, AS respected four of the prisoners, by initigaliii;f the penalties to half. The aeiaeiice of the Court, therefore, was llial they pay a fine of 251. each, or in default to be cniuiultteil lo the House of Currecliiin for three niuntliH. With respect to the fifth. Dollar, he having been convicted before uf a similar elTence, the senlenee uf ihe Court nae that he pay the full amount of 501., or six Bionths' impriionmeni nt the tread-mill. The priaoners, not being in a situaiioii lo pay the penalty, were removed to prison. TftBSrASS tINOHIl THE OAM B ACT. Messrs. O. nnd A. Padmore, stnrkbrokcrs, oi Thread-needle street, appeared lo an informalioH laid n^ninit them under Ihe i;anie laws for trespassiwR on ihc estate of J. H. Abdy, Esq., one of the magistrates, while iu pursuit of game. The defendanm ackneviledged beinic on ihe f^rounds without the consent or permission of Mr. Abdy, but denied, as had been staled by that gentleman's keeper in his evidence, that they had refused their names for sonte lime ; on ihc contrary, they at onee gave their names, and were personally known lo the keeper. They were convicted in the miligaled penally of 20  Thomas Smith, late a cunfidenlial servant in the em. ployinent of Mr. Stokes, the proprietor of the Puaiing -House Inn at Epping place, waa comraitled for trial-  ii a charge of embezzling various sums of money, Ifae-property of his master^_ As tlie workmen employed in sinking a passage nt the Friary at Newark, last week, were di^'ging, they turned up the bones and skulls of i I grown-up persons under tbe servants' hall. It is supposed to have been the butis] place of the Priory. IIUNTINQ APPOINTMENTS. Tlie Surrey foxhounds will meet on Thursday al Liiiips-iield, Sniurday al Uodalone. Mr. Villfbois'shariers Wednesday al Barton, friday at Whiltingham llill-at eleven. Mr. Berkeley's hounds tomorrow at Harrold Hull, Thuraday at Kimslon Hall, Saturday nt Bletsoe-nt half past ten. The Cheshire hounds Wednesday at Cnsile Mill, Thuraday nt Dunham Masaey, Saturday at Hertford Bridge-at len. WEsrmNsrEH. couu.t oi- KEQVESTS. AN ARCH JEREMY DIBDI.ER. Miller v. Clagoitt-The plaintiff claimed of the defendant 6s. which was not admitted ; he was thereforo desired to stale his case, which upon the face uf it appeared very plain and strnighlfurward, ns he said it was the price of two brass cocks .sold to Ihe defendant, who is a publican.   The Intler, upon being called on for his defence, unrollud from two pieces of brown paper the cocks in queslioii, iind uii-quesliunnbly thuy weru bad, and second-hand arlicles, but that was net his dufuncu ; lie said that he h',\d re-cenlly token a public-house in the Broadway, West* minstur, and tho plaintiff, who is a dealer in marine stores, soon after thought proper to patronize him, by coining one day, getting four-penny worth of gin, and ttion .'affecting great surpiize that he hud nut audi a thing as fourpeiice about him, but promising to call shortly nnd pay for it.   Al that time he was suffered lu depart, but soon after he came with a friend or two, and ihe persou ut tlia bar not knowing hint, he gut another shilliiigsworlh of liquor, and upon Mr. OUig-gill's coining in, he was again found to be moneyless ; but upon Mr, C.'s lalkiiigofdetaininghiin, he produced the bia^s cocks and offered lo leave tliem as security, saying he was well-known Ihereabouls, bis iiunio being Arch Miller (this il appears is an alia' for his Christian name, and an arch felluvv he appeared.) Mr. Clag-gitl had no allcrnalive, and therefore kepi the cocks, and let tho parties go.   Shortly aflor Ai-cli Miller came and paid a shilling off his score, and then tried to gel back his brass taps, but the publican, whusceiiis lo have been an ore/* fellow too, rufusud lo g'lve ihvm up unless the fourpeuce was paid.   By-and-byt: came Air. Arch Miller again, paid his fourpence and demanded his cocks, which demand the publican was about lu comply with, but unforlunately unc of them was not forthcoming; upon which Mr. Claggitt found that his man had by mistake made use of one of lliem lo lap a cask with, but ha instbnily did all he could do,-lurned the cask on its end, drew oiti the tap, and tendered both to Mr. Arch MtUcr ; but here the man uf marine stores showed his archness, refusing tu take them back at all, and swearing he would make the publican pay for thuiii.   In pursuance of this deicrminatiuii he had now summoned him, and after hearing the defendant's stalement could not gain say a word of il, but wilh a knowing wink insisted he had a right to be paid for his property, becouse the publican had made use of part of it. The Commissioners, however, lliought Otherwise, and dismissed the case. Arch Miller having to pay the costs ; when he rolled up his bits of brass ill the publican's brown paper, and sullenly dt-purled Ihe Court without either a nod or a wink. GfiNyBEL Way op Stkaling a IIonsE.- A parvy of gentlemen sat down lo dinner at the Unicom Inn, in Si. Ives, on Thursday lasi, it being fair day. The glass went merrily roBnd,andaceitKin " genllcmun," after partaking of several glasses of brandy and water, hearing some of tiie gemlenien call for their horses, took the opportunity of leaving the room, and went lo ihc gate, where there were three or four horses ready saddled for their masicra ; he put a shilling inlo the bey's hand, who held the best horse, and rode off. He went up tlie sheep market, and came loimd the back oi the lown, thus hoping to deceive his pursuers, but they soon raised ihe hue and cry, and traced hint lo the loll bar at UoiUnan-cheater. His pursuers then went on northward, and apprehended him at Sawlry toIlb:ir. It appears that this " gentleman" met with a celebrated horse dealer, named Dos.sey Palmer, whom he offered to race; a bet was made, and Dossey won ; but the " gentleman" refusiog to pay, a fight ensued, during which the horses earaped, ana the owner and his friends came up. The ihief was then taken, into custody, and conveyed to St. Ivc.^, wliere h.e awaits an examination.-fTutiein^ifan Gasetlc. The pleasure boat Harriet of Troon, belonging to the -Duke of Portland, was lost on �1Ionday off BaUantra
                            

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