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   Country Times (Newspaper) - May 16, 1831, London, Middlesex                                THE 71 MAY Price THE following ROYAL MAILS depart frem the aboTe Office every Evening at Hairpast Seven Sundays at BATH and through BARNSTAPIiE New through Bamp anil South BIRMINGHAM and through Stony Stratford through Marlboroneh and CARLISLE and through Chrrley and through and FALMOUTH and PLYMOUTH ROYAL through and through Newcastle and Derby and M1LFORD Carmarthen and through and Tbefollswing POST COACHES start regularly at the time specified HORNING POST We Tally He at a Qnai ter before Six Nottingham and through at through Bury and at Windsor and at a Quarter before Birmingham New Post the Tally Ho through Stony and in eleven every Half past through at Halfpast through at a Quarter before Canterbury and at Eight and AFTERNOON POST through and at Halfpest Canterbury Tally Ho at Halfpast through at Halfpant Carlisle and through at Derby through Northampton and at through Kendal and at Halfpast through and at through at Bristol and through Calne and at Milford Haven and through at through Cross and at Windsor and at Portsmouth New the through at through Leicester and at Halfpast Edinburgh and through at Halfpast Holjhead and at Halfpast through Leek and at Halfpast through at Halfpast Birmingham and superior Fast in Twelve at Halfpast Canterbury aad at Post Coaches to every City manufacturing Town in the Neat Post Glass and Carriages of eveiy description superior and very quiet Ponies either to ride or drive traltable vtblcles to let by the or Saddle Horses and For the accommodation of the Public at the West End o f the a Branch Office Is established at the British Cefiee where Passengers and Parcels can be booked icithe whole of the abeve WATERHOU8E and KOWiraSS OF KTSSkVOUS AF SICK BADACHB rpHE CAMPHOR prepared by have 1 been highly approved for some ears past in lowness of In flammatory and febrile paralytic and increased irrltabilltv of the nervous In the sick or nervous headache they afford immediate IB inflammatory and putrid and in all cases wherein the Camphor Julep is these Camphorated Lozenges may be taken with superior advantage at and all fashion able they are particularly The genuine Caiapuor Lozenges are prepared by London and sold only in at and each and may be had of all the Medicine Agents in the by asking particularly for Shepherds Camphor DIGESTIVE These vzenges are truly prepared with the BlCarbenate of procured at Apothecaries from the recipe of and re commended by him and many Medical as the best and most effectual remedy in cases of disordered digestion one or two of these Lozenges taken before generally produce a favourable dlspssltlM In the stomach to digest those things which cenld not otherwise be and if continued for a short will completely restore the stomachto its original tone the action which they produce Is so prompt and com that any person suffering from should not hesitate lu making a trial of a preparation of such acknowledged and which has obtained such high These Digestive BlCarhonate Lozenges are most scrupulously as directed In the by published In the Annals Je Chemlei and sold by In bottles at and may he had of every Medicine ta the on asking particularly for Shepherds Digestive SHEPHERDS IPECACUANHA for These Lozenges have now been before the Public more than twentyfive years they are prepared with Ipecacuanha procured at Apo thecaries and continue to receive the recommendations of medical Practitioners In the third Edition of his Do mestic page The author recommends the Ipeca cuanha Introduced by which are certainly calcu lated te relieve breathing and assist These Troches are a safe and useful remedy for Coughs of every and an excel lent form for giving small doces ef Ipecacuanha to children in cases of Cough or Sold in hexes as usual In order to procure these Lozenges In a genuine they must be asked for particularly as Shepherds Ipeca cuanha H of an having obtained His laleMajestya Royal Letters Patent tor Improvements upon Hawkinss Portable recommends them to the notice of the as the mon perfect article of the kind ever removing the various objections hitherto so generally made to Hawkinss original princi M solicits an inspection of his FIXED so simply and effectively constructed as not to require onehalf ef the expense usually attendant on the ordinary Fixed and which may be placed without inconvenience in any In a space not exceeding that occupied by the VAPOUR upon a new and to be used In a bedroam or without the least trouble or and require only two quarts of boulnff Six Patentee of the Dial Costing Spring Roasting Register General Furnishing Ironmonger and Exclusive Agent for German Saucepans and lined with SCOTTS VXTAAOB Just price IHE VILLAGE or Family Medical adapted to mestlc and intended for the use of Country Conductors of ami of Sixth xxulderably By JAMES Printed for and This little Work contains such Information as may be often wanted in e hour of need it Is a that points out the remedy In a moment f alarm a that direct the progress ef diseases with care a that shows the shoals upon which health may be wrecked and a that amoves the doubtful anxiety of by explaining the and owing the probabilities of the BT BBXt HUE Cheapest and most Splendid and In L London with a magnificent display of and Tuscans so a prodigious Stock of the most fashionable as well as useful Ik at extraordinarily low for Ready including a variety of the most tasteful articles of ertu hi and not only of but of Indian nd Continental are now exposed for the purchase and Inspec on of the Royal and at the CITY OF LONDON OVAL EMPORIUM and METROPOLITAN opposite the Mansion being 9 and and to whom all orders foreign and containing post paid are to be which will receive Im mediate and faithful Wholesale and A SKIN ATUD ROWLANDS KALYDOR Is 39 perfectly Innoxious and efficacious that infant and adult derive pleasure from its application i It produces ellcate white Hands and thoroughly exterminating and all cutaneous imperfections ploduc ng a delicate White and Juvenile Bloom to the Complexion i preterv ng it from the Heat of affords Soothing Relief in cases of Sun Stings of or any It immediately allays the smarting irritability of the diffusing a Pleasing Coolness truly comfort ble and refreshing affords soothing relief to Ladles nursing their To Gentlemen after and travelling In sun and the rritating and smarting and renders the skin smooth and rice and per duty To prevent the Name and Address of the Proprietors graven on the Government Stamp affixed Over the cork of each ROWLANDand Hatton Sold by them and most Perfumers and Medicine Observe the name on the TOH L n itquit PHE Royal and are respectfully in l that PRINCES celebrated RUSSIA OIL Is proved the tide that will prevent the hair falling off er turning by using It hi a short restore it tojts natural and Is the best article for and mak ng the hair leok at per or a bottle containing five There are several Hairdressers who sell counterfeit Russia hlch is and to deceive have the villainy to put the Proprietors on the cover and bottle therefore the Proprietor begs Ladies and 3entlemento be when purchasing the Russia Oil sending their servant for to have it of the or of the principal Perfumers and Medicine VTJBKXO THE nigh Popularity and extensiveSale of ROWLANDS MACASSAR OILhas induced Speculators to Imitate the even to and impose on the public Ease Imitations Instead of the To prevent such Itls necessary to that each Genuine Bottle of the Original MACASSAR OIL is enclosed with a Treatise on the man which has a NEW LABEL tastefully the words In three different ROWLANDSMACASSAR OIL Also the Name and in or Lace ROWLAND HATTON GARDEN Countersigned The Bottle is and the Prices are and bottleall other PricesTer any without the Book and Also ROWLANDS KALYDOR has the Name and Address engraven en HATTON The Genuine Is sold by them and most perfumers and Medicine Just new and Improved to Fe a NonMedical Analysis of at in which are offered some impa MUties attending their The subject of Steri b especially dwelt Interesting and Important cases ulustwtethe Quo fugit Venus Heu I quove color decent Whither flies Love Ah 1 where the charming btoomf Hominem paglna nestra Our page relates to Price TsTta SOth THE jEGIS OP a WonMedfcal Commentary on the tais arising from Human in which the and baneful efleets of to are fiuly developed Jjrlth fraction observations onJDemutyarid Mental some Interest on Vegetable and Animal In Part IL is a Serlerof Cases illustrative of the preceding explaining them hi a famfllai By Goss and Consulting bestis Omnibus esse si onis Since Heaven to all the fund of Its frugal application marks the THE a familiar Treatise on certain varletyof remarks oecurrUg In a most extensive each soction ex The above may be had of Paternosterrow FsOlHaU London Huntingdon Matchett and Bacon and K Ipswich Leeds i Birmingham Brodle and Leeds tnrnungnam Salisbury Exeter and Liv Manchester Platt and Sheffield t iTonga Dublin of all Price Goss and are to be every at their house and Patients In the Country are to describe minutely the case enclosing a remittance for AdVlce May I OF Twas Fentons bright Boots tliat attracted Anne Page And woe her at last but the luminous age Of WiLLiABi the FOURTH now achieving perfection Displays a whole people as men of While much female love modern Fentons Thro WARRENS JET of the IS and Brilliant prepared by Rober nar London and sold In every town In the Klngdom in and Paste In at and particular to Inquire tor All others are The wheats throughout the present healthy promis ig Though in some of the latter sown craps the lant is somewhat thin upon the it is even in these iu tances tillering out in great town and its neighbourhood were visited by heavy ihundersterm on Saturday The cottage of William at about three miles from was truck by the electric which penetrated the tore a onsiderable psrtion of the split a box nearly to nd drove it from ene side of the room the other the alarmed nhabitants were dreadfully affected by the Bunces young man who had been a cripple many and who uses was struck to the and the crutch splintered in a child about five years and two ether lersons who had taken shelter from the were all prostrate n the and were insensible for about the space of half an and the yeung man had his arm burnt near the elbow the lild was also burnt on the side ef her body the inner garments were but what is the outer ones were not There was a considerable quantity of smoke in the oase after it was and a pertion of t he court post in the of the about a yard in was driven forty yards rom the THE WOODS in the early part this month if we ralk into the woods we shall be reach struck with their peculiar Woods are never more agreeable objects than when ley have only half assumed their green Beautiful and efreshing is the sight of tbe young leaves bursting forth from ihe re some trees at one degree of seme at ano Tlie assemblage of the giants of the wood is each in s own character and figure neither disguised nor hidden in the ense mass of foliage which obscures them in summer be pld the scattered and majestic trunks the branches stretching igh and wide the dark drapery ofivy which envelopes some ef and the crimson flush that glows in the world ef living wigs If the contrast ef grey and mossy and f the delicate richness of young leaves gushing out of them in a bousand places be inexpressibly delightful te that of one ree with another is not less One is nearly fall another is mottled with grey end struggling it were fhich should hare the and another is slill nBr ectly The wild cherry stands like an be white with its profusion of and the wilding egins to exhibit its rich and blushing The pines oak dim and dusky amid tbe lively hues of The abeles are with their clusters of albescent and powdery leaves and witheringjcatkins and beneath them the pale spathes ef the folly expanded and displaying their crimson pre senting a sylvan and unique Book of the SINGULAB alone is a very unsafe test to try any mans conduct by his his and his tie often while he is So much are we under the nfluence of that John the great surgeon and died in a fit of enraged although he often laid that such an excitement would prove fatal to He died n Georges Octeber under these circum stances there in the exercise of official duty as a he had a warm dispute with Pierson On a profes sional upon which he I must for I feel ftn agitation which will be fatal to me if I increase and he mmedtately withdrew inte an adjoining room bat not being willing to give up his followed which sa inraged Han that he vehemently You have jfol lowed me on purpose ta be the death of me have murdered ne and instantly fell and inquest was taken at the sign of theGrave on jefore on view of the body ef Abra ham aged an it appeared in evi was seen by several persons to shoot himself with a by barrel in his mauth and thus blew but bis in ihe garret of his fathers nor person baving the courage to enter the as he threatened to shoot anyone who The gun was loaded 3 It appears that he bad kept company with a young woman to wham he paid great and desired to but the want of employment pressed so heavily on his that he ap peared which was noticed by hisJrienda within the last few Ne wards bad taken place young nor can any reason be assigned for the act itraction bat distress for want of The which was very after a short when nine of them were of opinion that the deceased was of unsound mind at the and the other three that he possessed self knowledge but the majority being Of the former a veV dict of Mental derangement was accordingly the young same obtained a quantity ef laudanum which she butthe timely assistance of a surgeon prevents Supposing the productive pnwer of wheat tobe Only sixfold the produce of a single acre would cover whole surface o the glebe in U TUESDAYS GAZETTE May 9 BANKRUPTCY ClerkenwelL Hutchuisonand Teat Staple COP at the Bell Orford f Clarke and OWILLI oap at the White Lion Adllngton and at the Commercial Poole and Grays Leamington at the Bath Leammrton Tlatt and New Llncotas Gatas at the White Hart at the Palace Mime and Gatos at the White Hart WISWOULD and at the Monson Arms Tem at the Whit4 Lion rstrangeways and Barnards Chetwynd at the Red Liou Hemlng and LflBcalns At the Court o Commissioners and St Al surgeon Bishops Tainwright and G Birks and Newcastlo Hanover auctioneer and Tower RsyaL wholesale Heyiyn and and Old and and coach Bank White Lion Great Thomas Young and and at the Eagle and Child at he Royal and and Man St Blshopsgatestreet late of Great and Cleck FXUBATS New May May SANSOM and Sonth JACKSON and Old wiuemer fBlrch and Great Arundel fOsbaldeston and BEETLES and and St HOP New merchant and Beer Snrft Wai coir TPoole and dn Hardwlck and W ADAMS Chlltou and HAGE and Mime and At the Court of Cramp and Scotch and Manchester June Trimbcy and Baifaig Unen late of Sir Bloxam and late ef Nutfield Court W Cooper and Dart June at the Palace at the Lamb at the Blue Ball Inn cabinetma at the Star Travis and Auden at the Star at the White Hart at the White Lion Llmehouse MAT Saturn sets 46 minutes past 1 DayLin 59 Day breaks 17 mtoutes past 1 rises 46 minutes past 1 The Feast of Pentecost with the It was Insti tuted by Meses when the Israelites were travertine the wilderness towards the land of and was also called the Feast of First On this day le Law was delivered on Mount Mars sets 28 minutes past U loon enters the first quarter 13 minutes past 4 Buonaparte de clared Emperor of France St Archbishop of extended the Apal power m an arbitrary and was therefore made a Saint On the King his son a ascended the and attuned under bis he lost his Inn and died ef grief in Second day ef the Feast with the Venus sets II Columbus died ImpeachmenU ot Hasting f Among the more ng operations of Insects may now and during the next month be observed the farms a nest of plaster on the wallCthe which augers a hole hi wood and the leafcut which Uses Its nest with a rose But stffl more surprising Is the ope ration of which literally make of about the thickness of thin wrldnz for the exterior covering of the of HombuTgh bora Lessons for the Day Deut xvL to Acts to On the 7th aged Philip pupil of Mr Theatre aad brother to Miss of the Surrey On the 3d at hi the 44th year of his He displayed great aravery In rescuing the Captain and crew of the wrecked on the Shingles off the ble of February 7 188ft IMPORTANT Te PARISH contested point has ateiy been determined in the Court of Kings Bench that a sin tie woman removed nnder an order ef two magistrates the place of her legal and who returns of her awn unknown p the everserrs ef the removing and is delivered of a child and befere the Quarter Sessions after the such child is settled where born fram which t appears that the act of removal is a mere and that under these if parishes removing these are determined not to have their children saddled upon they must send a persan however distant with each to remain with her till such time as she is delivered of her child in the place where she may We conceive it is quite im lossible the Overseers particularly in large papulous be continually at the heels af these and wenld re commend the officers of every parish to petition the legislature OB their far an alteration in that branch of THE UNIVERSAL are told tbe universal lan guage ia making great and that its sounds and ligns are such hat they cannet be mistaken by these to wham ty are We suppose this language has been applied Parliamentary from the perfect understanding which seems to prevail that On Thursday about two a fire broke out at the residence Almost immediately after the ire was the house frett top to the bottom was enveloped in and it was with great difficulty that and bar family The pre were completely MABCH We regret to learn by Newfound land papers received by the Marniog Star from in four that th t town was on tha morning of the llth with another destructive and distressing which de stroyed a large amount of nnhnvaed dearly twenty No HTM were Oaring Burglary at Earl An alarm of robbery was given at the residence Eail in about eight oclock on Friday when it wag discovered that soiae robbers had got inte er Ladyships on Ihe second and decamped fitb jewellery to the amount of Information was imme iately sent to the in frem rhence Inspector with a parly of at nee proceeded te examine the It appeared that the lieves had entered at the frem the roof of an empty ause in and descended to her Ladyships as a number of valuables were feund nnder the on the placed in readiness to be carried Among the ar iclrs thus preserved was a miniature much valued by Lady and also a casket of Earl Nelson was unavoid tbly from attending ihe funeral of Lady his amented brothers FURTHER Saturday about eight a fashionably dressed whom we understood to be a relation of Lord Nel onf came to in a for the purpose ef iving information of the He among ether however extraordinary it might Lady from is fright which she trad experienctd on discovering the ad laken no steps till the following morning towards making a and had not seen any gentleman but himself to call ta her having but a very limited intimate acquaintance with She had called certainly twe policemen into the ut her agitation and fears were so great that she firmly expected nother visit fram the From cirumstances that had ranspired duriig the there was rrason to believe that the ouse had not been entered by means of any empty but lat one of the who had been observed talking in the ourse of the day with a strangely dressed woman at the ras the party chiefly concerned in tbe Some time must ave been taken to open the as it was chiselled ont very eatly and the which at first sight appeared as if t had been left behind by the thieves in their on a little earch was found to be perfectly and not in that damp state n which it would have most if it had been in the prn air during a foggy The mesi fortunate part of the ccurrence that a most beautiful and valuable aigrette of which had been given to the late Lord Nelson by the band valued at Feast at was missed by tha bieves in consequence of Lady Nelson after tbe last rawingroom but wrapped it up in a piece ef brown od threwo it in a earner of the If the thieves had made their ppearance directly after tba drawingroom was they migbt ave obtained possession of jewels which had been worn by Lady and were valued at eighty thousand It appears hat Lord Nelson was absent from in consequence of tha eath af the Dowager Lady and that the present Lady Neson had only twe besides the in the heuse rith the regretted that information ad net been given and immediately dispatched principal to make Lord up e yes was not informed of the and the reward of ir as offered by the ad dee of the Police but there is na doubt ml treble that amount will be shortly ELECTION OF SCOTCH Prom the Edinburgh Eoen ng of May have authority to that it ii ic avowed intention of hla Majestys present advisers not ta send as a signed list ef representative in that manner dictating to the ancient and independent nobility of this country what individuals are to be the objects ef their iuch farbearance is the natural consequence ef their political and proves tha respect which they feel for the and they believe ana trust that so flattering a deference o their independence will in the rtsultof the ensuing elec as advantageous as it is creditable id the Government for it s impassible thai the Scotch peers should not feel the delicacy of nch nor is it likely that they should evt rloak the just revision in the Reform which removes from their eldest ons the disqualification from sitting for their native baroughs and SPIRIT OF DORSETSHIRE In Darsetshire the reformers act A little apathy seemed ta characterize their first pro ceedings but they are aad with that energy which En glishmen always exhibit when they are in they press for rard in the good It is that money me y le wanted to bring tha distant voters ta the Of the atriotic Fund Committee will do their CerfrCastla iankes fights like a sturdy old Briton for a bad canse the Com mittee will undoubtedly fight with equal zeal for a good Accounts fram various parts of the country concur in stating the injurious effects of the frost on the night of tte 6th In several places the thermometer fell to being 6 degrees be ow In particularly in the district of he fruit has bien much On Friday a piece of ice was taken ent of a pan in a gentlemans garden upwards ef half an inch thick On that day the show for fruit on thai same estate was bj competent to be worth from ta and it is not now worth The apples and cherries suffered Peaches have also been injured but ilberts not so much The hops do not appear to be lor the Wa fear the consequences this unexpected tlight to tha farmers hopes will ba very OD Thursday there was a severe storm of hail and In the Court of Exchequer Saturday Lieutenant Master of the Ceremonies at and Lessee of tbe Tivoli obtained a verdict and damages against The Timet for publishing a paragraph stating that he Middlesex Grand Jury baa returned a true bill against French for sending a threatening letter to Trot brotherinlaw to of Drurvlane REDUCED PRICE OF A Policeman belongingto a ivision at the eastend of tha wha has a vote for a oorongb not more than thirty milts from applied to bis Inspector for permission to go into the country ta poll for of the AntiReform What do yon expect 19 make by roingdown inquired the from motives of Only and the payment of my was the reply af the independent Is that exclaimed the In spector I thought yon weald make double that sum by yonr replied the they dont tome dovm now as they used to I have had as much for my and never less than but new I am glad to get you may said the Inspector it will be the last Jina yon will be wanted te I have no I hope ejaculated the with a longdrawn sigh and if that Reform Bill it will ba a sad loss ta nw aid my brother A man named Daniel Kelly wastried at Glasgow last er murdering his wife in the following manner On 3d of when the prisoner and Ma were they Tha neighbours heard a senmrog of feat on the and ths deceased you She WM bund soon afterwards bleeding from tha lower part of the abdo and tba medical gentlemen laid they did think these wounds could have been get the deceased ltd sat down in a very peculiar en a fixed perpendicular instrument with two The wounds were such as might have been produced by a pair of after con suiting about an found the case Land mnrmers and through the and the utmost was expressed the verdieu Toe accused with difficulty escaped the of the A Limerick correspondent informs on Sunday morn ing at fenr OGorman Mahoa and Static ntar Eonis te fight A great number of how having come oa appeared te be warn partisans ef Sttelei seeairi wenld not permit bte fitnd to under that inould akvthlnjy v Uce might become exuperat ONE 100 escape from an ft Wolselej saw in a newspaper Wm made by be wholly and Jeft the purpose of eou en it arid ef opnosipg his re but one day too   

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