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   Country Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1831, London, Middlesex                                73 MAY Price SX5TOXLT AND TREATMENT Or THE Under the Superintendence of the SOCIETY for the DIFFUSION of USEFUL Just in a handsome price boand In cloth and It HORSE with a Treatise on and a Copious Indei Illustrated and embellished with more tlian 100 Engravings on Printed for Baldwin rtnd Tills volume contains every thing relating te tbc Natural Hietory Economy of the Ifs general Hiatory various Breeds External and Internal Structure Priiicipleii of Breeding General Ma nagement and be used in Veterinary Tt 5W SPORTING for price i1 p Moe with a Plate by from a Painting by Go per by Sauths by F exhunter Richard with a 1 Arts Sporting of Hunters for NTew Miscellany Notics to s of which the The New Sporting There is as much variety anticinated in a Magazine devoted Tour is likely to become a main it capable of graphic illustrations by a clever The sure of becoming a favourite in the Sporting It is must one of Barrauds most alebrated capitally Engraved by and Landseers Dead Red Deer as well rendered Morning May The New Sporting Magazine is the best its class wetemember to have There is for all Sports by and manifested in these which even unitiated readers will enjoy besides the Edi aiming at the picturesque and are also catarers of the doings far and of the Sporting The Engravings are arid the whole publication evinces spirit and May 5 We have just seen the First NumC3r of theNew Sporting and can confidently state that it more than sustains the promises held forth in the Many of the Articles are from the pens of Writers well knomi in the Sporting and if it continues to be conducted with the same spirit and ability as are displayed the present it can hardly fail of The embellishments by Landseer and aie really May The New Sporting Baldwin and This is another addition to the list of our Monthly and a promising one it is in every The price is matter varied and entertain and the embellishments of the first They aio two in number which furnishes an excellent likeness both of Man and represent ing John seated on his favourite horse Blue and ac companied by his favourite dog Dead Red We have no room for but can confidently recommend the wark to thoseofsur readers who take pleasure in Sporting Anecdotes and Sporting May Pablished by Baldwin and Paternostsrrow and to be had of all Booksellers in the IbOWCTISSS AF SICK EABACKB riMlE CAMPHOR prepared hy betn highly approved for some ears past in lowness of In flammatory md febrile paralytic and increased irritability oV the nervous In thp sick or nervous headache they afford immediate lu infiimmatory and putrid and in all cafes wherein the Camphor Jnlep is these Camphorated Lozenges may be taken with superior advantage at all fashion able they are particularly The genuine Camphor Lozenges are by London and sold only in at and each and may be had er all the Medicine Agents in the by asking particularly ler Shepherds Camphor DIGESTIVE These wzenges are truly prepared with tho Bitarbenate of procured at from the recipe of and re ceoimended by him and many Medical aH the best and most effectual remedy in cases of disordered digestion one er two af these Lezenges taken before generally produce a favourable dispositieH in the stomach o digest those things wliicb ceuld not otherwise be and if continued for a short will completely restore the stomach to its original tone the action which they produce Irf so prompt and com that any person suffering from saouldnot hesitate iu making a trial ot a preparation af such acknowledged and which has obtained euch high These Digestivw BiCarbooate Lozenges are most scrnpulausly as directed in the by published In the Aanals tie and sold by in bottles at and may be bad of every Medicine dealer in the on asking particularly for Shepherds Digestive SHEPHERDS IPECA UANHA 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 this third Edition of hie Do mestic page says The auther recommends the Ipeca cuanha introduced by which are certainly calcu laled to relieve breathing and assist These Troches are a safe and useful remedy for Coughs of every and an excel lent form for giving small doses of Ipecacuanha to children in cases of Cough or Sold in boxes as usual in order to procure these Lozenges in a genuine they must be asked for particularly as Shepherds Ipeca cnaolia TpHE jEGIS OF a NonMedical Commentary on the X and baneful effects of are fully deve loped with practical observations on Debility and Mental also some interesting observations on Vegetable and Animal In Part is a Scries ol Cases illustrative of the preceding explaining them hi a familiar By Goss and Co Consulting THE familiar Treatise certain with a variety of remarks occurring in a most extensive a NonMedical Analysis of Complaints Incidental to Fe In which are oflered some important admonitions on the debilities at tending their Interesting cases illustrate the The above may be price of London Brighton Bacon and Norwich Brown and Bristel Bath Cambridge Leeds Birmingham Brodie and Salisbury Trcw Exeter Wales and Liverpool Manchester Platt and Sheffield Dublin Edinburgh and of ill Goss and are to be as every at thenhouse and Patients in the Country are requested to describe minutely the case enclosing a remittance for Advice and Medi cine which can be forwarded to any part of and Bouveriestreet and Bouvc beg respectfully to inform the that they continue to give and may be consulted on the various diseases incident to the human nervous bead bilious and have In practice for severral and have long been consulted by as well as per Patients residing at any distance requiring superior or wno have been unsuccessfully by minutely describing their may K certain of receiving advice and instructions thus they may be relieved or and with a due regard to the constitution and privacy of the enclosing a answered by return and Country Patients corre sponded with until XVTT m THE singular and wellknown efficacy of the Ivy iu nas the Proprietor to offer to Ike public notice his CONCENTRATED PREPARATION of tbe as the most certain and convenient application for eradicating those most troublesome of all fifiMctticet to which the human frame la in at ami by Cornhill Royal Pauls Church Yard SS9 9d 4S 6d Q 8Ure aak for plaids Preparation WIHTDSOXU Twas Fentons bright Boots that attracted Anne Page nr at ast luminous age uf WILLIAM the FOUUTH now achieving perfection Wlays a whole people as men of female love modern Fentons His w JET of the OF t HE hteh Popularity and extensive Sale ofROWLANDS MACASSAR imitate the even to nstead of the To prevent that each Genuine Bottle of the tnvpinn ith a Treatise on the in an ch has NEW LABEL tastefully the words In three 1 ROWLANDS MACASSAR OIL Also the Name and in or Lace i Countersigned tofie Mit and the Prices are and 31s per res or without the Book and are rtt KALYDOR has Name Address engraven ROWLAND HATTON is sold by them most perfumers Medicine A AWD ROWLANDS KALYDOR is SB perfectly Innoxlsus and efficacious that infant and adult derive pleasure from its application it produces delicate white Hands and thoroughly exterminating and all cutaneous imperfections produc ing a delicate White and Juvenile Bloom to the Complexion preserv ing 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 able and refreshing affords soothing relief ts Ladies nursing their Te Gentlemen after and travelling in sun and it allays the irritating and smarting and renders the skin smooth and Price and per dutv To prevent the Name and Address of the Proprietors are en graven on the Governmpnt Stamp afHxed over the cork of each ROWLAND and Hilton Sold by them and most Perfumers and Medicine Observe the name on the It Kpnearn the jaselte that the hai been pleasrd to iraui to Frrdfrick Co lonel in tin1 Ariijy to Adolptun a tnin in the and to the Augustus rc the title and precedence of the younger 5911 nf a Mnr the United Kingdum and to wife of Sir Philip wife if Charles Richard and Honourable John Kennedy respre u of the daughter of a Marquess of sparing exercNr nf the Royal au feeling lhat few will be imins frantic in the in 11 that one of cur but it Sfems venomous tempt and ef Evening THE The system of Rfvulntion is been lhat an the urst night n it was the intrntion to move an tei the rffect that the Bill proposed in the latf nijain contemplated was of the principles of ihe Such an Address would have been carried bj majorit of aud would decidedly have had an effect in influenc ing the decision of thCommons To mett Lorii Grey has to the desperate determination of creating a batch of new calculated to by numerical the ancient Aristocracy of The first step will be to advancement to Ihose who will be considerable sufferers by the loss ef Lords am are to have Dukedoms while Sir Francis and persons ef lhat are to be called to Ihe Upper This increase bad enough but we undertake thai even a more desperate measure is the uf the papular already nn is to be created a Duke and during the hurry of ihe Refsrm it is said that a Bill will be attempted in his the bare con templation of which everwhelms ane with horror and amazeinf We dare net give expression the feelings with which even the hint at such a measure fillx and we can scarcely believe it possible that Ihe rumour has any foundation in His Ma jestys general health we regret to somewhat An affection nf the head IP said to be the immediate cause hut his bodily health has not materially suffered by the This was the reason why Ministers did net permit him to attend the Civic A VERY VOUNO REFORMER shart time the wife of a stanch little reformer in ibe City of increased hfr husbands store of olive by giving birth to a fine und the worthy couple determined te signalise the event by giv ing the little one a name that should identify him with the urirat cause that has been sa gloriously maintained by the Men of en Sunday when at tbe baptismal the clergyman inquired the that had been fixed OB for the the sponsor boldly answered Abraham Reform The cler gyman started at disagreeable word Surely you mistoke said you mean Abraham re turned the sturdy Abraham Reform must be the name of the The parson mill appeared tbe very height of if net of to expect that a clergyman of the Church ef a member of a body an hostile to the revolutionary should be readered the instrument of thus swearing in a recruit le the ranks of Re and for life to a cause that the Church contemplates with fear and trembling but the parents nnd thtir friends adhered lo their determination with true Kentish obsii and the clergyman not choosing to refuse to make a Chris tian of the rather than name he obooxions at length Srsceeded with the anil the little chubby fellow was uly baptized Abraham Reform REFORM DINNER TO THE MEMBERS FOR Tues day a grand dinner was at ihe George lo the new Western and who were received upon their entrance into the tswn by a large concourse of the Every house displayed the colours of the Re form and Jarpe flags were borne through the streets with the inscriptions of The the and and Western and upon At six oclock ihe dinner was served when Edward was called to the Western and the Wellesley addressed the company in elequent corresponding with the spirit of the which were received with cheers and at a season able hour tbe company So ample were the subscriptions raised in Kent for the pur pose of returning two Reformers for that County free of that the Committee for the Canterbury after defraying all costs aud charges incurred in driving poor Sir Edward Knatchbull from the and in making that glorious display on Pcnenden which has struck terror into the htarts of the have been enabled to return fourteen shillings in the pound to all the The sura csllected was ac tually more than three times the amount On Monday the freemen resident in gave a splen did dinner to their new Captain and his Lord Russell eldest son ef the Marquis of Lerd Captain also to Sir R who had been invited in the first instance to offer him self fer in opposition to Sir but wife cenld not comply with tbe in consequence of his being pledged to come forward fer the in the event of Rider declining to do A spacious booth was erected in a field belonging to at in which an ele gant cold collation was served by Chaplin iu his custom ary style of tasteful CoLListoN OF Sunday afternoon the Fire Fly new Government as it was going down the en an experimental ran foul of the Venns Gravesend steam packet off Limehouse which was coming up laden with nearly 600 and tht figurehead which wax broken in and the larboard paddlebex smashed to The under great were put ashore iu small The steamer is injured to the extent of and the machinery is alse damaged and Monday an inquest was held at the New Beih on the body of Hannah formerly of a wko had been confined in that institution 23 She was 83 years aud had recently conceived that she was about to be remevcd to a private On Sunday morning she was found dead in her having strangled herself with a THE RUB TAPE SCHOOL OP class of whose abilities and qualifications are so fully cou veyed in appellation they have will wholly expire with tht operation of the Reform Indeed the last general election has got rid of the greater part of the Planta has ever disappeared from the House of Com and Wilsen Croker must speedily follow poor in many senses Horace Twies has resumed his empty bag in the and Charley as his friends familiarly call will seon be glad to have a bag te The types ef this class still lingering about Stephens George Dawsen aud hU and Billy Holmes the official duties of the last gentUman do not to be very trouble some in the approaching Session of aa tht rot has very much thinned his old C BANKRUPTCY WATERHOUSE and coach and Oliver son and Old Briticehouse Southwark GIL Gloucesterbuildings Pauls MLACKLAN and Oliversmi and Old lijxcndale and Co Kings Arms Fleet Bermondsey VAL Old French Bjsing Perkins and Grays S LBattyeand Brooking and West Bjcfctiell and JONES Adling tonand Norris and Lan AdlingtOH and PA R Blackstock and Kings Bench POOLE and linen Asten and fHwlme and At the Court of Ander Great Thomas L Three late of J Bed and Juu South L Druce and Little Stoke coalmerchant White and Great Tur Brooking and wharfin Leamington Lincolns Selbridge woollenmanufacturer Rowlinsan and At the Court of Great Nyren and colourmanufac Lane Tunbrldge shawlwarehouse victualler Pauls Hurst and Brighton June Kershaw and late of Bannel at the York Taun at the George Dewar and at the Kings Anns mer at the Geerge Broadley and North at the York Man Plymouth at Hannktbrds Commercial linen at HaunafordH Commercial PlymouthJune at the King and Queen Brighthelmston June Beestcm and at the Punch at the Royal George Southampton Not at the Punch NottinghamJune C at the George Axminster at the Kings Arms of Woodburn and ul mer chant Pen died Pope and Voltaire rises 52 minutes past List of the Cromweils died There will be a conjunction of Mars and when tlwse planets will be only 49 minutes Venus is now an evening Mars Is also visible after m Saint was a pupil of and was beaten to death with clubs in the time of Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter at 13 hours 8 This will be an The satellites will be eclipsed in the following first the then the then the then the 1st satellite and tha Fight between the Shannon and Chesapeake Lord Howes Victory Length of day 16 hours 13 minutes This festival instituted In 1264 by Fope Urban in honour ef the miracle of the wafer dropping blood when one of his priests doubted the real presence in the The institu tion of the sacrament is celebrated on Maunfey Riots in Lou don enters the last quarter 18 minutes past 3 The Antient Romans dedicated this day to the sister ef Mars Ap pms Claudius Built her a temple at in her her priests used to slash themselves with Just eppesite stood the Bel a pillar from whence the herald threw a spear when war was iiroclauned against any nation she is said to be the inventress af the needle from whence she took her sets 31 minutes after 12 This was once ob served as a fastday among the Jews for the Intermission of bringing the firi fruits to SUNDAY AFTSR for the Day Mark 2 Duke of Cumberland born 1771 We have received Sydney Papers to the 24th Drcunber they cottain nwa from Van Difnjeux Land about thru days later than the direct All the inhabitants capable of carrying were still in Hie fild with ibe Governor in the crusade agninst the The Sydney Papers take a Rlonmy of this ud it will render the posr naked race nrrfeeily There are also accounts from ihf Swun bat no are given it is staled ilie are in rem to ine fine chumimiirn Iu SHBihward and easiwardof the Swan InspenkiiiR of the atulemental the thtSydurj Paper sets A commnoitj of convicts raigbt in tlit couiaeof jears accomplish race of gentlemen vpntnrtrs never TUB TRADE WITH follow ing important nu Monday isnutii bj order of GoTern Cuuucil Whitehall 23d 18SJ am directed by Lords of his Majestys Most Ho noHrabliPriry Council to transmit you a ut a Utter which has bten forwarded to ibe Secretary thatall tfsafls haling on board raus dried arriving in the kingdom from the porti of and Hanstatic will under quarantine and have to desire ihat you will la the same before Goernur of the Russia Coinf for his To Signed In addition le the above it has beta determined that ail coming from the Baltic whetoer or not they jCiods on shall perform quarantine for afew days until the health of crew shall have been DESTRUCTIVE Iutsday between nine and ten a fire broke out in one of ibe small 3 in ibe village uf about two from Rochester aud bclom the fiaiuts cuuld be got and other ad jomini were burnt to the The cottaifrs lunged tJ n widow lady tn The was purely accidetnul filbert plantations in the neighbourhood of Miiiiisunif have experieticid very considerable injury from the late which have been so prevalent during the past One plantation in the parish of Par lias vvvtivc J severe a biigiil that it Mtippusttl upwards ofiiijLlj arrei will nol one hundred w This being one of hc staple commodities of this pan of ihe county of those fanners will he serisus losers who hat defoted their time and capilal to the cultivation of this species dessert SUPPOSED j A cinsiiirruble seiiMtion brrn at j anri adjacent frnui rious affair About sx oclock on a inau caatc rutning to the Societys rrcivi Hyde and ia forruid the that he some man had bcf n clrownf d ai the rani end of thr Serpentine be had just puked up a hat the Bastin got into a boat as soon a desiring thp man to follow and point out Ihe Bpot he did si fur n shirt hr suddenly ran uiiross the carrying the hat with anri has out been seen or hard of howi proceeded to tlie end of wberilie commencd nfitr mnsider ablp he in liodyuf a maiuo the surface at the souilieast near the termination n ihe iron rails which have recently liecn u a n thiv part the Th body was Ijiuif in about x iff of aud appeared to he that of a man 40 boih uf bis trowsers ere romplctfly a bUck mark MI leo to ihe supposiiion he had heea robbed and then hrown into ihr On his other a mlrer ere uuurt Ktcurrd to nis pcrsyn by a strong A Miuffbux and sundry ine fliorasiduni n ere also but no m except a petiny necr nud a small loreijjn silvrr which was respectably conveyed to work when it was ami proved to Le that of Joho who nas uitachrd to ihe citablihment of General at who his home at about aix oclock the preceding evruinit in Health unJ INQUEST THE thesame at seven the mid a respectable assem bled at for the purpose of investiifjiio tincircumstances with the whea the was Bastin to Uiiding the b d in m iMirr and added that he had every inquiry afieribc man ho jicked up the d caseds not btrn aiiie to find a of Btattd that ihe was his fa terms with iis wife and luck on the evening te H in his usual health and haveinduced eased had beea It was and on Monday i his and io bis papers He the witness could nu acco possrssian when fount1 found on the decea chiefly consisted of tr was takrn gested that ihe man who found beadle coDctiv no one knew where io find there was no them that the robbed or illtreated and tbe only thtux his pocket being turned inside have done Under all the circumstances of tbe only verdict they could return would be of as there was no evidence tJ provf bow be came into after accordingly re turned a verdict of Found DREADFUL Saturday a few minutes before eleven as husband of Madame the dres9DiHker of was taking boae some Court dressts in his the horse took fright at an organ that was playing in and coming in contact wilh en errand snapped the and threw Crossy He was pickrd up in a state of and conveyed where it was discovered his skull was He now in a very df ngerous The horse was stopped n consequence of its cc miog in r ontaet with a railing iu front of a IRISH Irish newspapers have been ts Uring ibe for seme dajs wilh long histories of iht savage ruffianisms mutually practised by a tribe of and and aud and not and posting for and the Lord knews We wish devoutly that one half of these living nuisances were shot by the other and the as our Hibernian friends would unanimously hanged for the It would be a capilal Irish All ida of serious opp sitiun to the Rrforin Bill in the of Lords has been Ii is very naturally as the King aud his Ministers could only obtain a trifling majority in the Honst of on the trial of tbe late when the public voice was against any opposition to the Reform Bill against public opinion still more strongly and wilh the King and his Ministers in its could only have the effect of shewing the weakness the aad breaking them up for ever as a Here is goad sense at of Saturday OPENING OF LONDON Londonbridge Com mittee have determined as stated in our last to open the splen did which does such credit to thnr on the 1st of and the ceremony will be performed with all the customary and requisite In his Royal High ness the Duke of York went in state to lay the first stone of the and tbe with Alderman who was then Lord at iheir received the Rojal Visitar their full dress with a magnificent display of Hogs aad bands of and every other ef re spect and The occasion the opening will distin guished by an exhibition of a much grander because there ii a extensive for and particularly because it is believed that ahigher honour will he conferred upon the citizens than the presence of any subject is capibie of he stow The footway on each side of the bridge will be co vered with Bags and se disposed as to a sublime without iu the slightest degree intercepting itw of ihe All the necessary decorations will be supplied by the various City Companies aud the High Metropolitan Tents and marquees will be constructed for the reception of the distinguished and a sumptuous dejeune alafourckctte will be The entrances to the bridge from tbe river are acknowledged by the most eminent archittcts to be the meat capacious and noble to be seen in any part uf sa that the spectacle of a processien from the margin of tbe water to the middle of Ibe would probably have a much finer effect than the plan generally Waterloo Bridge it will be opened by his Majestys upon occasion the mast gorgeous display was The London Bridge Committee are that the civic which surpasses its older neighbour in size and shall be opened with proportionate The hope that his Majesty will be pleased to honour the citizens by opening the bridge is strength ened by the that it ig impossible to mix up any question of politics in the whatever change may take place in the condition of public before the appointed day shall han Tbe citizens look forward te the in the earnest wish that the King will honour the new which wili completed at so auspicious a with his Con jectures are made as to the way his Majesty will and it seems to be tbe general though not the general that be will pass ever his favourite element to pay the wel me The Ministers and and leading men of all parties and are to be and the scene be splendid in an extreme The most experienced veteran in raising the element of turbulence cannnt uuen an occasion like an expedient calculated to throw a gloom upon the The members of ihr Corporation and thtir ladies are to have tickets but we believe that circum stances must decide whether or not they will in the Cor poration The Londonbridge will off from the Gaildhall early on the 1st ef iu and will be followed by the Lord accompanie y riir high i City in   

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