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   Country Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 1831, London, Middlesex                                tME Mitt 76 JUNE Price TO AOT Cattle West reqaect fully inform his Friends and the Public In addition to his present he has commenced by In and ghopes by a strlc attention to the interest of his em to merit a share of their The hampers and cloths regu larly and all letters and orders directed to or as will be punctually attended June CUFFS FARMERS FRISKS IS now attested by many Thousands of respectable as the most useful CATTLE MEDICINE ever discovered many declare it Is oow a persons own fault if he losescither or any by that hitherto very destructive the Looseness or Scour or Horses by the or since a small portion of it given early in those Diseases is certain to CUFFS LAME HORSES FRIEND Is an invaluable Ointment for the cure of the Thrush or on Hones or CUFFS FOOTROT POWDERS Are the best and cheapest ever offered to the a Shilling Packet being enough to cure 100 Sold Wholesale by Great London and Retail by a respectable Druggist In every Town in the Kingdom not one of whom in whose neighbourhood it has had a fab but can refer to Farmers near for proofs of its None is Genuine unless signed JOHOTSOWS BRITISH THIS the invention of Perdval of is confidently recommended to the No bility and Public as the best substitute for Silver or Plated wares ever yet In being made from metals in their greatest state of purity it is not liable to the defects complained of in German Silver or other compounds made in imitation ef It has the same hardness specific and melting point of and is not liable to if kept with the same care as All articles being manufactured from the solid and wrought instead of cast as are not liable to break or alter their as is the case with plated Samples of all articles to which it is applicable may be seen at Hattongarden or the Freeth and Birmingham in Li verpool Mr Worcester Market Manchester Pukday and Co Royal York Sheffield Bristol Hunt and Dublin Cambridge Walsall Holbom and S The British Plate articles are about the same price as the best plated and largely used by Taverns and Steam PROSPERO quaint since thy going What hast thou seen on earth of genuine worth the world is solely now Ulumd By real supremely By Fame and by Rank WARRENS JET hi the THIS Basychlninx and Brilliant prepared oy Rober war London and sold in every town in the Kingdom In and Paste In at and each Be particular to iunuire for Strand All others are counterfeit and the Public will most atsnredly make no I mistake in supporting patronising the celebrated Cutler and Dressing LEADENHALL the Fourth Heuse frem removed frem opposite the Eist India greatly improves the personal appearance of the male part of the community by means of his excellent Razor and Strop Paste and rednces the pecuniary evpendltare of both Ladies and hy selling considerably cheaper than any other the Thousand Pounds worth ef TABLE consisting of Balanced Ivorshandled Table Knives and Forks the fet nf 50 Black and Bone and upwards also Plated on Dessert Knives and Forks ofthe very finest te per and per each and to Rizor 3s to to per to a te Drapers to to and Drawing ditto Horse Phlegms at various Table Knife in great at all from and Penknife of superior te and Patent Snuffers and frem to Toast Ing Watch Watch Key Reticule and Purse Nail Work Table Corn and Nut Pumps and te best Steel Pens in at a dozen also the and the Rhadlographic and Mordens Portable Lead to Heads for a a Red ST Instantaneous Penmaking uraford and Needles and and Gentlemens and Leather Writing Desks and Dressing from to 30 Guineas in very great Leather Writing witb er without Patent sons of Travelling Cases in Leather or from to 2 Work From te in Wood and Plain and elegant Watch from to and from to from to frem 5 to 9 feet frem to and Chess Boards and for Sea Dominoes and Cash and Dressing Vestris and Common Boot sorts of Boot Russia Leather Pocket and Segar and Needle Pocket and Hanging Looking sorts of and Plate Powder Very superior Shaving Shaving from to and Small Tooth Combd Glass and Pewter Soap Dishes Top Soap Cases witb Blacking and Pen Knife and Com mon and Ivory and Needle an immense and the greatest varietyof and elegant suitable for use or for in what more acceptable present can be made to a Gentleman than a real good pair of and a that will keep them in or Dressing Cases or Work Boxes to tbe Ladies The worrt of it MECHI lives in the Leadenhallstreet saving of frem 35 to 40 per no induce those who live and know the value ot to come BO far and he it constantly sending ta all parts of London aud its He warrants every article of the best material and and never hesitates a moment to exchange any or other purchase said to be defective Small and Good being MECHPS which has during the last fenr years given great Lists ef Prices may be bad Country Orders tent by witb a or satisfactory refer ence Postage will have the same attention as If the parties were and should any article on be found not It at any be either exchanged or the money will be with pleasure re MECHIS object being to establish a respectable whose recommendation aid custom be will earnestly endeavour to deserve All ef Old Dressing repaired MACASSAR THE first production of the and the Original and a Vegetable possessing salubrious and wonderful nutritive properties which prevents tbe hair falling or turning ren ders it produces Price Ss and per ROWLANDS ESSENCE OF cluaging Red orGray Whiskers to Black or Price and per ROWLANDS for tbe Skin and Each Genuine Bottle has the Name and engraved on the Government Stamp which Is pasted on the Rowland and Price and P ALSANA for the Price and per The above Genuine Articles aie sold by tbe ROW LAND and Hatlongarten and by roost Perfumers and Medicine 10WWBSS OF WHRVOITS AF SICK BABAC HE TWE CAMPHOR prepared by have been highly approved for some years past in lownesa of in flammatory and febrile paralytic and increased irritability of the nervous In the sick or nervous headache tbey afford immediate In inflammatory and putrid and In all cases wherein the Camphor Jnlep is these Camphorated Lozenges may taken witb superior advantage at and all fashlonv able they are particularly Tbe genuine Camphor Lozenges are prepared by London and sold only in ahd each and may be had of all the Medicine Agents In the by asking particularly lor Shepherds Camphor the DIGESTIVE These vzenges are truly prepared with the Bifarbanate of procured at Apothecaries from the recipe of and re commended by him and many Medical ai the best and most effectual remedy in cases of disordered digestion one 0r two ef these Lozenges taken before generally produce a favourable disposition in the stomach to digest those things which could not otherwise be and if continued for a short will completely restore the stomach to Its original tone the action which they produce is so prompt and com that any person suffering from should not hesitate iu making a trial of a preparation of such acknowledged and which has ebtalned auch high These Digestive SiCarbonate Lozenges are most scrupulously as directed in tbe by published in tbe Annals 4e and sold by in bottles at and may be bad of every Medicine dealer in the on asking particularly for Shepherds Digestive SHEPHRRUS IPECAi UANHA for These Lozenges have now been before the Public more than twentyfive years are prepared with Ipecacuanha procured at Apo thecaries and continue to receive the recommendations of medical Practitioners in the third Edition of bis Do mestlc page Tbe authel recommends the Ipeca cnanha 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 doses ef Ipecacuanha to children in cases of Congh or Sold in boxes as usual in order to procure these Lozenges in a genuine they must be askeil for particularly as Shepherds Ipeca cuanha PEARSS XBaNSPaJVEMr PERSON 4L BEAUTY pends so much on the appearance and tex ture of the that whatever contributes to protect it from or to improve must be considered an object of importance to all who are solicitous to possess an which Lord Chesterfield denomi nates a letter of recommendation on all and certainly the present and future ages must feel themselves indebted to the inventor of the curious chemical process by which Soap is separated from all the im pure and noxious substances witb in its crude it is in variably united this refinement is manifested by its transparency and Prpared and Sold by at his Well price and per square and in laige which are perfumed witb the otto of for GENTLEMENS SHAVING at But that or by whomsoever It never can be genuine with out the Inventors in his own PEARSS BOTANIC particularly recommended to Parents and Guardians who wish to give their and those under their those isellgBtful tints which are the true concomitants af beauty and MALABAR for beautifying the and rendering them a personal ornament to tbe decline of PERSIAN or Portable for giving a delicate rose tint to the It Is simple in Us and so that it may be placedbetween the leaves of a small PEARSS LIQUID BLOOM of to remove the injuries sus tained by the injudicious use of deleterious and to seat beauty en its native Pears has prodnced this invaluable extract frem the flower whole name it which is in variably admitted to be the best means of effectuating hit grand and laud able PEARSS WHITE IMPERIAL This simple but effec tive cosmetic gives a to texture of the skin unparalleled in the annals of and consequently enhances the value of the rich donation of Price and per JAMESS FEVER POWDER AND AWA THE FEVER POWDER is universally approved by the Profession and the is administered with equal success in Inflamma tory Sore When given in It Is generally found to check their or shorten their In and The AN ALEPTIC from their influence in exciting the natural are an excel lent Alterative Remedy in Chronic habitual Fe brile and Gouty Bilious and other Complaints of the Stomach and In at and Sold By comer of and the principal Drug gists and Booksellers Observe the signature of JAMES on the The Public are requested to be cautious in tbe purchase of these as spurious preparations are continually offered for OR PEARIi RECOMMENDED by the mest eminent of the Faculty as the mildest yet the most salutary and erncaclaus Dentifrice that was ever Forming an efficient vegetable White composed of Ingredients the most pure and a neverfailing remedy for every disease to which the Teeth and Gums are at the same tune and firmly Ixing the teeth in their realizing a beautiful set of Pearly md en the Gums operates as an restoring and sustaining their healthy and gives fragrance to the Price 2s per duty Each Genuine Box has the Name and Address on the Government R OWLAND HATTON Sold t them and most Perfumers and Medicine SUTLERS VEOBTAB1S TOOTH TIHIS Dentifrice has so long been to general as anappendage to the faihionahle that it is almost unnecessary to otto any further re commendation in favour of Composed of withoutthe ture of any mineral or pernicious ingredient it is free from OM usual objections so justly formed against the use of other Its de tersive power is just sufficient te remove these destructive particles which ad here to the Gums and the Interstices of the Teeth and if used will preserve them in a sound state even te old Sold to at by comer of anc the principal Druggists and Ol whom maybe OTIB and possessing the most delicate and altogether duTerent from articles under the same The above articles when win have the Name and Address Butler attached te attention te this Is HBADACHE EW if are so and with all classes of si the HEADACHE te the Importance of IU antl would be superfluous sufflcelt to that hi conferring immediateease and in securing exemption from frequent return of acute agony ROW LAN Ds will be uniformly found to exceed evesi the most san guine Is prepared from the Original to pos session ofthe late Emperor Is and per manent Relief of the Sort inveterate Price per duty by the ROWLAND and Hatten and most Medicine FOREIGN On the llth instant five young of them wearing the Decoration of brought up for at the As sizes of the accused of in the month of cried Vive la Repnblique and for having resisted military and disarmed some of the Municipal This was the The witnesses far the prosecution could not identify the and the case was a matter of when a Government agent came all tbe pri iu the case of two an alibi was and ventured to swear that all were and that he saw all engage in illegal and utter illegal The Court waa crowded with the youth of and the public feeling was greatly But when this man gave his the feel ing could not be of Down with the He is a he is a Police issued from all and it was impassible to bear another The Fore man of the Jury now He was a lovor of the Resto and a hater of the youth of the He wanted to bave these yenng men and he wao greatly discom posed by the cries the rising in a and holding up bis fists clenched in a menacing aspect towards the he Les menaces ne nous intimiderent pas ferons notre devoir noas ne craigaons pas vos paignards When these words were cries and yells ef indigna tion proceeded from every part of the Tbe counsel ofthe accused refuted to allow his clients te be tried by a Jury having such a and an order of Ceurt was made postponing the trial to another opportunity Paris is in a state of great opinion is very strongly pronounced against these daily state Minister though all France says as he is obsti he must be convinced by facts which no subtlety can aid aojineitt dispose of by even an abundance of adjectives in an article in the And yet still the Minister in uncon vinced and he thinks that he can bring France to act and feel as he This is a great and may lead immense It appears from the Paris papers ef with the Metsager det Chambres and Gazette de dated Thurs that Paris continues almost nightly the theatre of some po pular commotions as always give way before the imposing and constitutional display of the National Guards there is reastin to believe they will not in the end prove so serious as among the firebrands of French factions wish to represent A paragraph in the Moniteur of Wed which we comes from the direct Bureau ef tbe French Prime that the Court of France has transmitted a demand to for serious explanation upen a recent publication in one of the journals of that The following is the brief and expressive paragraph to wWch we An article was published by the Petertburgh Journal of May which is of such a nature as to render and complete explanations have been The French papers say that Don upon bis landing at wrote a letter to the stating that he intended to escort hu wife to where she was to remain for btr ac and that afterwards he waa desirens of residing in France A private letter Don Pedro relates with a goad deal of mildness the events which led to his abdica Altheogh the revolution was consummated in one it he preparing for mere than a After a jour ley in tbe 1 returned to the capital en the 12th of and frem that moment uitil the 7th of the inhabit ants were in a complete state of I bad been received witb all the appearance ef bat during the night of the 13ih a conflict with an effasion of blood took place be tween some Portuguese and These excesses continued rtn the day ef my solemn entry 15th Sean an address was presented to me by 20 I answered it at and on the game day modified my Oa tbe25lh of the anniversary of the establishment of the was cele brated with great demonstrations of On the 3d of April I convoked an extraordinary meeting of the General Legislative My good intentions were yet I have yielded three times to their wishes three times I had loudly tes tified how mncb my thoughts were and They wished to impose upen me another and to compel me te submit to an act of which was a violation of the which conferred upon me Ihe right choosing my own 1 retired on the 7th ef April on board the Eng lish vessel the and at three oclock in the merning I answered new remonstrances by an abdication in favour of my dear Don Pedro I did not quit the port of Rio until the 13th of leaving to the Brazilians four of my dear In the course of his provincial tour the King ef the French has been distinctly informed of the feeling of the people with re gard to his foreign and domestic At the Municipal body addressed his Majesty as follows The foun der of a new your Majesty will have to complete the institutions which constitute its and to give us guaran without which nothing can be The Charter has reserved to eur Government a most important point to regu We mean the question ef an Hereditary Peerage I Let us hope that in the next Session the Legislative power will cause to disappear from our Laws a which from hereafter is cinite incompatible with our national Our has been acquired by the whose heroic courage is now engaged in so terrible a contest for the cause of Liberty may the influence of your Majesty assure to this gene rous nation a destiny worthy of the noble cause which she so gldrionsly defends This delivered with a firm manly for a moment seemed to paralyse the King and his attendants as it had betn arranged with Casimir that ne explanation should be given during all the either as to the exterier or interior policy of his evidently thus You speak to me of something which you say all the Municipal Councils of France have They have proclaimed It is not any part ef their duty to discuss or deliberate on subjects of general This right is reserved to the Legislative Chambers What would the citizens of Liver pool if they were told they had not the right to discuss the of and Catholic Emancipation Thus have nothing to reply to this part of your The same observation applies to that which you say te me on the subject of the diplomatic relations of France with Foreign on which the Municipal Councils have net the advantage or the right to deliberate Undismayed by the reply which had been delivered by the ting to the Municipal a Captain of the National Guards next approached his Majesty with a written address from the Guards of It began with congratulations and compliments but then went on as follows we arry on eur flaj the device of Public In ur eyes these ideas are on the one order e an indispensable condition of has not experience on he other hand shewn that the surest means of assuring is o satisfy the progressive wants ef civilisation by liberal and po ular Among these the most decisive in the future listery of France is that which is intended to organize the econd branch of the Legislative and to destroy an He reditary Peerage 11 When Louis Philip heard these words he nterrupted the o much agitated and evidently le thns replied The army has no right to are no longer the organ of the National There I will not hear any more of your address So the orator ras silent and withdrew It is said that the conclusion ef the ddress of the National which waa not requested be interference ef his Majesty in the behalf of bath Belgians ind and that the King cut short the discourse in the to avoid bearing the Next day some of the fficers of the National Guards wished to present another kddress ef but an everwhelming majority decided Accounts from Brest state that France was fitting out a larger quadron for the the A land for the same is also hinted The Spanish Court is said te have taken umbrage at the previous visit ef the French squadron to the and ta have protested trongly against A misunderstanding arisen between the two Saturday an extraordinary express from Paris arrived in bringing the following short but important letter JUNE hasten to inform yon that the lisoraers which were anticipated for the commenced on Vedbesday and eentinaed but they have been checked by the unanimous loyalty of the National Guard and the iroeps ef the amid cries of Vive le have not ime fa communicate the particulars of these but I have he satisfaction ef informing you that at this moment order has leeu and that perfect tranquility reigns on every Don Miguel has caused to be published ii the Litton Gazette a sort ef explanation of the motives which have induced him te efnse to comply with the demands of Ihe French The excuse of the Don is a mere He alleges that the French Consul had not a in his official according o established customs and the laws of to make reclama jons on the Portuguese It is that it would not be conformable either to motives of or te the nature sf such a to give the categorical answer which was Don Miguel subsequently notices tbe cap are of a Portuguese brigantine by the French and concludes by hoping that such occurrences will shortly ihrough the means already and such others as his Ma esty may deem Tbe arrival af Don Pedro in France has excited much specula tion among tbe liberal politicians of and inspired a esufi lent expectation of the speedy overthrow of Don The French says ene of the would pehold with oy the husband of Prince Eugenes daughter established en the threne of Tbe expedition preparing by France against Lisbon would furnish an admirable opportunity for Den Pedro 19 nake a descent on tbe banks of the According to all this expedition is to be very formidable in itself and the Emperors presence would much increase its It would be at least equivalent to several ships of the The expedition te which we have alluded is te be composed ef six ships ef tbe line and six with some and and having a proportional number of troeps on A very instructive article has appeared in tire Petersburgh Journals on the subject ef the insurrection in This which may be considered as a art of manifesto ef tbe of the melancholy accounts daily and of the extraordinary activity lecessary to put down the in We find that the Lithuanians understand thing iif and repay severilj with Il almost provokes a smile to hear the Rvssiana coaplaining of the erection of and ofthe execution of public who are traitors to the cause of their The consolation we de rive from this confession that the Lithuanians maat have sue cf eded in organizing otherwise they would not be sc liberal in the use of the The Russians that the sys tern on which the Lithuanians act betrays equal subtlety an The same article that favourable report bave been received from Velhynia and and alludes t an action on the 15th May between a detachment sf tbe 5h af under Roth in and about re with six The rebels are said to have been de witb tie loss killed and wounded all the bag gage and artillery was But mark vrual about 100 prisoners were as the brave in the ardour of a gave quarter but te Haw can we expect humanity in these barbarians when we hear this sa vage cruelty extolled as the ardour of a just indignation But the cup will come JUNB new event place since the bnlletin of the Our army is taking ana is reinforced by the which come from ail parts of the kiDgdom te join their Our manufactories of arms have now fur nished their first and a considerable number will be de livered every Tbe powder which furnish sixty hundred weight are in full The Diet has sent a Deputation to the to testify its entire ap probation of the conduct of the But in the mean time the Russian Commander baa reorganized his after giving it HO me after the battle of Oatroleuka aud its preceding forced The Russians are now about and the Pules occupy the line of the Narew and The country be tween thitwo armies is quite as well as aud the country which was the theatre of war in FRONTIERS OP MAY will shortly present the most cruel aspect in if the two parties de not mn lually grant and that All tbe prisoners taken en ene side or the other are massacred without Many of the Lithuanian and individuals ef a much higher have been fired upon by tbe aud the insur gents bave lately hanged two Russian Staff and a dozen The circular of the National Government about tbe battle of Ostrolenka does not disguise the extent of the Polish but gives a lower estimate uf it than the accounts which we had pre viously It states that the retreat which followed the battle entered into the original plau of the Generalissimo iu making the advanced it was effected iu the bes and that the enemy obtained no real advantage by his continued occupation ef the field which the Poles had The of the Polish army did not excef d and it occupies its eld quarters at not because it is disabled from but because it has need ef and because tbe prfuripa theatre of war is not now en Ihe banks of the but on the plains of Tbe extension of the war into that and the other RussoPolish provinces is equivalent to If the dmniauder inChief had thought that tbe winning a battle wnuld have been as fruitful in results as the sending of succours to the isurgent he would have concentrated his forces in lead of dispersing would bave attacked the Rtis an army with all his and would certainly hate been vic Then follows the great object of the Ex kin this state of says the Polish and that if we had wan a victory over the army of Diebitsch while ie Lithuanian insurrection gained and spread into Podo a aud the triumph of our cause would have been se ured without foreign aid but if foreign Powers take any in trest in our they aspire to the glory of succeuring the nost righteous and noble of ought no longer to de ay in pronouncing in our A conclusion se and an appeal so cannot be heard in vain by the free and en ghtened Governments and peeple of SkrzjnecXi has forwarded an efficial dispatch from Pra dated Jane tothe Polish with Ihe particulars f a victory aver the gained by near on the of The enemys consisting f two regiments of one regiment af and five besides were sent from BrzescLitewskt itli the intention of falling upon the and were led on y one Cbiapowski get the start ef and ttacked him in the and with such success that the Rus ian corps was The Russians lost the Sve cannons nd all the and about 300 men were killed we lost an of cer of the regular four chasseurs of the and ne The remainder of the enemys traops were completely efeated and made Four degenerated inhabitants of lat country who conducted the enemy towards received their eserved Toe appearance of General Chla owski heightened the spirits of tbe insurgents in that part the rhole population are taking up Besides the successful attle of tbe insurgents had fallen several limes upon ie Russian and at Bialostockiey Puezczy 120 wag ona fell into the bauds of the According to news from the insurgents have given attle to the Russians at which fortress fell into tbe ands of the with all the It vas a hard fought and Russians were left dead en ie The rising in that country will be of great consequence o the as the peasantry are determined to defend tbe berty their masters have given The Greek clergymen ave even joined and bless their flags and some of them OJB ikrm in the It is said that danger threatens the luasians likewise from other according to news from infantry were shipped la reinforce the fortresses n the banks of the as the Russians do not trust tbe Turkish assurances ef THE A letter from Antwerp ef the 12lh Since jester ay there has been some exchange af musket shots between eur utposU at Lanrent and Kiel and the Dutch The alter began about 10 oclock in the One of ear ias been killed in the garden of the Since yesterday evening the Dutch have been continually firing on eur advanced osis at Laurent and Kiel our men have returned he fire rithont We do not exactly know what was the anse of this Some say that our people were erect ng a new battery opposite the and that the Dutch fired o prevent them frem Others that two senti nels of the two parties threatened each other at a and hat tbe Dutch sentinel fired at the Several citi ens as well as have been killed or The ntrh fired with muskets from the We have just assured that the gunners have received orders to beat their Several mortars arrived during the night at JUKE firing of which leek place at intervals all day was renewed thismorning at lalfpast one oclock very smartly all along the quay of this aid was kept up with great spirit en bathaides by the irincipally returned frem the tele de Flandres and the Three 12pounders were also fired frem the latter ipon a Belgic galliot whilst trying to force a The firing ceased at 11 oclock upon some arrangements entered into between General de Failly and the Minuter of wbo ar rived this merning in haste from and General GhasieV he particulars are not but every thing ii now perfectly and complete erderis There appears to teen no lives and a few only slightly Small cjaf t under Belgic colours pass up and down the river perfectly Wa MAT King of Denmark has claimed tbe Censtitution of the Provincial which be some ime since promised to his Tbe object of the Kiag the present measure has been to take a preliminary step towards the tstabliihment of a Constitutional educate his peo le as he bas already conferred them blessing of literary instruction universally and thus fit them gradually fer mere liberal This important measare was preceded by tbe introduction of Prince the Heir to the Privy ef which he had before been a and it will doubtless be followed by many ame liorations in the internal This country will thai be preserved from the risk of sudden and violent changes and it is to be escape the perils which now oldest European The King of the French conferred on TieeAdmiral Ed ward dunng bis late visit to the Order of the Grand Cross of the Legion ef The Gazette of Friday night contains the namts titles of four persons who are created British Lord Lord Kinnaird with the title of Baron Bessie and Agar Ellis with the title of Baron The Peerage for Lord Leitrim i not yet   

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