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   Country Times (Newspaper) - July 4, 1831, London, Middlesex                                THE Utttf tnur 78 JULY Price TJ Cattle West respect fully informs his Friends and the Public In addition to his present he has commenced by In and hopes by a strlc attention to the interest of his em to merit a share of their The hampers and clothg regu larly and all letters and orders directed to or as will be punctually attended June WITH POLES various of the beat quality Gentlemen and Thomis 244 and SmithtUitt Bars has for sale a quantity of which were but a short time used in seme extensive some of which have been converted Into of convenient adapted for and Tents of admired Rick Cloths with Garden Netting and Outside Sun Blinds fer shop Some very superior Marquees and Awnings on aa extensive as temporary erections for Bails and private to be let on Please to Smitnfield PROSPERO quaint since thy going What hast thou seen on earth of genuine the world is solely now illumd By real supremely By Fame and by Hank WARRENs JET in the THIS and Brilliant prepared by Rotter war 1 London and sold in every town in the In and Paste in at and Be particular to inquire lor Strann All others are first production of the and the Original and A Vegetable posspgsin salubrious and wonderful nutritiyy propTiies which prevents the hair falling er turning ren ders it produce Price 3B and per ROWLANDS ESSENCE OF for changing Red orGryy Black or Price add 6d per ROVVLAIVDS for the Skin and Each Genuine Buttle has the ami engraved on the Government Stamp which t pasted on the Rowland and Price aad 6d per ROWLANDS aLSANA for thp Price and The above Genuine Articles are sold by the ROW LAND and Hattongardea and by most Perfumers and Medicine BEAUTY depends so much on the appearance and tex ture of the that whatever catitributcs lo protect it from or to improve muct be considered an object of Importance to wlio are to possess an whlcb Fxrd Chesterfield denomi nates lb a letter of recommendation on all and certainly the present and future aes must feel themselves indebted to the inventor of tlip curious chemical process by which is separated from ail the im pure anil noxious substances with la its crude it is in variably united this refinement is manifested by its transparency and Prepared and SoM bj at his Well price and per fquare and in large which are perfumed with the otto of fer GENTLEMENS SHAVING at But that er bv whomsoever soldit never can be genuine with JUt tlie Inventors in his own particularly recommended tn Parents and Guardians who wish to give thair and those under their those teiigiitful wuich tire the true concemitants of beauty and MAL1BAR for beautifying the and rendering them a personal ornament to the decline of PERSIAN or Portable for giving a delicate rose tint in the It is simple in its and so that it may be placed between the leaves of a small pocketbook PEARSS LIQUID liLOOM sf to remove the injuries sus tainfd by tbe injudicious of deleterious and to seat oeawty BH its native Pears has produced tbl invaluable extract from the flower whore name it which Is In admitted to be the best nwansof effectuating this grand and laud able PEARSS WHITE IMPERIAL simple but effec tive ceunetlc gives a softness to the texture of the skin unparalleled in the annals of and consequently enhances the value of the rich donation of Price and per THE and the Public will mott assuredly make no iBotKke in supporting and patronising the celebrated Cuilur Dressing LEADENHALL Ohe Fourth House from removed from opposite the East India who greatly improves the personal appearance of the male of the community by means of Ms excellent and Strop Pasie and reduces the pecuniary etpenditire of both Ladies and by selling considerably cheaper other the folhnrlaic thousand Pouails worth of TABLE UTLKR consisting of Balanced Ivoryhandled Table Knives anil roili tbe set of 50 pieces Black and Bone snd upwards also Plated on Dessert Knives and Ftiks of the very finest to per anil per each and to Rizor 3s to to per to a Drapers to to and ditto Horse Plilegms at various Table Knife in great at all from and Penknife of superior te and Patent Snuffers and to Toast ing IVatch Watch Key Reticule and Parse Nail Work Table Corn and Nut Pumps and Eoem to best Steel Pens in at a tie aad th RhadiograpMc and Monlind Portable Lead to Heads for a a Reil Patent Ingtautaueous Penmaking and Patent Needles and and Gentlemens and Leather Writing Ueeks and Dressing tnm to 30 Guineas in very great Leather Writing with er without Patent sorts of Travelling Cases in Lfaihr or from to a Woik from to in Wood and aad elegant Waich trnin 3j to Caddies and from to frrm to frem 5 to 9 feet frem to Chess Boards and ier Sra Dominoes and Cash and Dressing Vestris and Common Boot sorts of Boot HootsRussia Ijeatber Pocket Books and Segar Needle Pncket and Hanging looking of and Plate VVT superior Shaving Shaving from to and Small Tooth CombsGlass and Pewter Soap Dishes Silver Tap Soap Dishes Brash Cases with Blacking and Pen Knife and Com Ivury and Needle an iinraenie and the greatest varietyof elegant suitable for use er la more acceptable present can be made to a Gentleman than a real ood pair of and a Strop that will keep them in or its i g or Work Boxes to tbe Ladles Of jt J9 MECHI lives in the Leadenhallstreel i Wmjr of from 85 to 40 per no induce those who vv and knsw the value ol to come so far and he Is to all parts of London and its He warrants arlicic of the bst material and anil never hesitates a arm z 10 exchange any or other purchase said to be defective and Goorl being MECHIS during tlie law jears given great Lists ef be had wuntrjOrders sent by with a or satisfactory refev win have ibe same attention ae if the parties were and khould any article on be found not It be either exchanged or the money will be with pleasure re MECHIS ohject being to establish a respectable and custom he will earnestly endeavour to ef Old Dressing repaired S REANIMATING SOLAR TINCTURE Is universally Public raay ivl depend on bring supplied with PRIME DRESSED of the ret belt free from dust er TIMOTHYS Old Established Manufactory fer Feather Bed Bed Tlcki and Sefa Bedsteads A TwTftDoota from the nppeaite Mitre TIMOTHYS Establishment will be found Trial far superior in tbe Manufacturing Department to generality of article warranted and f good and charted at less price than Credit Shops can bnj them Families furnishing notonlv Snd a Saving of at least so per but will likewise of seeing their Ticks filled on the where Feathers gnjr be seen and advantage w houses in Ihe eto thejbavin no such Schools Supplied at Trade Prices on shwrtest Tbe following list of with the Charges at once the Public the advantage lo be obtained by purchasing for Ready where each Article is manufactured under the Immediate lofpec lion otthe at FEATHERS warranted filled from the if White better per Superior i 3 finest 9 6 Danzic if o FEATHER BSDS fr e from Dust or Grey Cottn I 0 Wnen 1 s White Goose Linen 3 3 bordered aad wttlted 4 4 15 o 16 0 is o BEDS I KAD warranted made on tlia Fullsiaeil Tent of the 9d 1 o Gre S 16 WaiteGoose I 9 size witii Cot ton Tick Dille with all Linen Tick Grey Goose with Linen Tick Full size Alva Marino Option from to 18 0 FlockorTowdo 18 0 Sraalli r sizes in l a 0 9 10 j i 8 Handsome carved mahogany the best Halflived I 10 to 1 10 frora from Fourpost from lined from Cor to any from Mahogany Pembroke frivm 4s Dining ditto Sofa from Couch with Chintz Mahogany from Bedroom aud other JcaBed Bfware of Meek Furnitnre Charity OR RECOMMENDED by the most eminent of the Faculty as thi mildest yet the most salutary and efficadeus Dentifrice that was ever discovered 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 aUthe same time vaA firmly fixing the teeth in their realizing a beautiful set of Pearli and on the Gums operates as an restoring and sustaining their healthy and gives fragrance to the breath Price 2s 9d per duty Each Genuine has the Name and Address on the Government Stamp R OWLAND HATTfJW Sold them and most Perfumers and Medicine t none to his own Sole Wholesale Agents and London and seld Retail by and by an Medicine Venders thro roughout the APPRO AN effectual tlcmedy for all ktods of tuch as Bums in Sore Pjtoi in the Sides snd Bowels proceeding from Broken and toflammed The efficacy of KEMPS VEGETABLE O1NTMJ5NT for all kinds of External Inflammation It universally the practice and experience of more than forty attended with inbllible fcy the late of has sancgnned by the approbation ol several of the most eminent medical men of the present is an encouragement to the proprietor to make its rare and valuable virtues more publicly as it can with confidence be recommenced as a most effective Family Prepared by Ann ot Hants and sold by appointment by Barclay snd Sutton and Butler anj V LmHook Gosport Godaiming Fam ham Chichester and by all Booksellers and In at and BB if are so and with all classes of ai JL1 the H EADACHE to on the Importance of iU anti dote would be superfluous suffice it to that in conferring immediate ease and in securing exemptian from frequent return of acute aeony ROW LAN Ds will be uniformly found to exceed evea the most san Hume remedy is prepared from the Original in pos session of the late Emperor is an and per manent Relief of the most Inveterate Price per duty by the ROWLAND and No Hatten and most Medicine THE MATCHLESS conduct o Hunt fer we suppose while speaking of him as a Member of Puriia mf nt we must attach lo his Dame the eime form which connesj uaally applies to that of persons BO situated has recently on manj and mare particularly lost excited extreme digust in the as well as amiig the He read thrsugh Petition consisitng of the inoat ruffianly and iulgar abuse and w hen cautioned with respect te ansiher which he had in his he That he would wait aad read it over first bfore hepn snud Asia this mans oeing a representative of ihe people fvrn of the lowest which light same silly or factious mrmbersuf Parliament affect to consider no more their representative than the fictitious ragamuffin tbe Mayor is their We doubt very much whether tlisewbn transmit to him these petitions be not amusing themselves at h s rost it is in their is designated a lark thf fan to fcnuw whether he would publish to the House ex pressions of such or such a disgusting W e beUevt his real though men in no very eminent ftr ef rrmarkablj are ashamed of In thinking tKU we have been induced to ask the question is frequently put tauntingly by it might not be possible thst many such might be returned to Parliament when the franchise is thrown Our to ourselves and to and the answor is founded on There are sevrral potwailepins ba and they might return oilier Hunts if they yet thrre never any ooe like him in the It i the public need not dread an inundation of were the franchise ever so lavishly RICHMOND was on cction brought the plaintiff in the Court Kings oa Monday to recover compensation in for published Times of date the 9th in the ef a letter uddrcastd by the defendant to the Editar ef that The plaintiff conducted his own The he at the time of writing and publication of an and vestry clerk the parish ef but was now the Honourable Member for The plaintiffwas an inhabinnt of the same parish of aud took an active part in its The circumstance which grave pccasioa o the publication of tbe libel was a conversation which at that period look place at vestry meeting of the parish of relative to an action which had Tieen brought against tbe defrodant as vestry clerk of that It would as the plaintiff stated that the defendant felt some alarm about any statements that might be published in the newspapers rslnive to teat conversation and he therefore thought proper to circular addressed to the Editors of The Morning and Morning cautiening them against giving publicity to any such especially any statement that might be made by the whom he charac terised as a nnd represented as having acted as a Gevern mentspy on a certain occasion at This letter was pub lished by the editor of The bm net by the editors of the other The plaintiff failed to prove the of the and was consequently At Hatten on an extraordinary committal of a female took Refers and a resptctable looking named Mary was brought in custody ot a police who stated that she had been gives in charge ts as being by a who re presented himself as one nf tbe Hal ton Garden Ma bnt be did not see any impropriety in the ladys con duct On her stating that the gentlenan Nad made some improper evertures to which she Rogers cheeked her declining to hear her or dered her to be imprisoned one month in tbe House sf Correc A gentleman entered the office who spoke to her respect bat Rogers ordered him o with which command he complied bnt in doing he said he should write to the Secretary of State on the The lady was although the sham Magistrate did not make his ap MIDDLESEX On Manday the General Quarter Sessions for this County com menced at the Sessions before and a full Bench of County Magistrates ASSAULTING AN AppaENTica John Joseph Jhomai Berjamin Joteph and Fegerty were indicted for assaulting It appeared that the prosecutor was an apprentice to one of the who was a On the Hth being at one of the came to tell him his master wanted and going inln the street the whole ol the defendants snzed tied him hand and pitched him into a and relied him along the read in the Regents Park for about threequarters of a upsetting him twice in the mud during their When they got him to Ebbss workshop they laid him on a when Ebbs slapped him on the breech and then liberated In cross it appeared tbat the prosecutors faiher had brought actions for this assault against the two besides preferring this Tnis matter was heard before the and dismissed and tbe prosecuters indentures have since been The in summing re gretted that the case had been brought to this Court after it had been gone into and dismissed by the He recommend ed the Jury to find the two Ebbss guilty as they were the principal parties in the Tbe Jury found John Ebbs and Joseph Ebbs and Acquitted the other The Chairman sentenced John Ebbs to pay Forty and Ebb Twenty Shillings to the RIOTING AT FOLIMM AND TIUAL OF THE were indicted for creating a riot at on tde 12ih of May Holy and assaulting several of the new police as well as other Ii appeared from the statement of that on the h of May tbe parish officers ef Ful as parading the boundaries of the wbeu the defendants followed and conducted themselves in a most disgraceful Their object appeared to be to force persons to comply with their demands lor mwney to obtain They went to private houses and demanded and among the rest to Lady a person ninety years of They also demanded money of persons thfy met on the and those who did not comply with their request received what is called a The the parish was not evrn but he after being subjected to considerable by pajing five A small party ef police was sent but the defendants were too powerful for aad compelled them to At length a body of about seventy the police quelled the and look the drfrndanis inla It was for this misconduct that tbe defend were now brBught into this and they might be thankful that they had not been indicted for highway Tfce defendant pleaded and were set at upon entering into recognizances to keep the peace for AFFRAY BETWEEN SHBBIFFSOFFICEIIS AND ATTORNIBS George an ffficer to the Sheriff of and James bis were with erne Thomas net at the fer assaulting Charles Ven tris ap at Tnere was a crossindict in which the prosecutor in the former together with three members of his were indiced for assaulting the sheriffs officer in the execution of his From the evidence ef his witnesses opon the first it appeared that the officer and his having a writ of to execute against they proceeded to his but were unable to get admission by any mode but by and hating obtained an a row took in which the officer and his man very severely beat making him bleed from the injuries they The defendants were then removed from the to beCDjne witnesses agaiust Field aud his who teok their The officer swore that when he entered the house to execute the he was attacked on nil sides fay Field and his He denied having flirted the blows upon as bad bern described and that in the end he aod his man were ejected forcibly from the for the said there were no less than four or live attornies in one house at Fiachtey he hvped that ns other bouse in tbat neighbourhood wan so or only knew what would become of the iu He contended that it was clear his clients had been very illused iu the exercise of an important and imperative It was ultimately agreed to settle these two indictments by each party forgiving the leaving the quesiion as to the expul sion o be setlled by the gentlemen af tae long rebe in Westmin Br the French Papers uf yesterday sencigbt we learn that the Kmjc has accelerated Ihe convocation of the Chambers from the 9ih of August the 23d of J No reason has been assigned for this It is probably intended to enable the Minister te have ihe advice ef the Chambers in Ihe difficult in which Ihe country is At a meeting held last week of tie electors of the lOiharran dissement of at which persons there were only eight voices in favour of an hereditary All eyes are turned in Paris towards the approaching anniver the which is invoked with exultation ry the movtement and anticipated with intense anxiety b The Ministry seem to fully sensible of the danger in which they particularly are and are now bswed bfare a which they manifestly intended at by calling regular troops to their aid in to have and hoprd to The it is new will attempt te take the direction of great national celebration into his own by imposing upon it something ef the shape of a Court ceremonial bnt it will be for the event to shew whether ibis Ciiizeu Monarch still pns sesses tbe magic wand by which he could twelve months ago lay the whirlwind of mens and guide the storm of their pas His friends say he will even go so far as to in his opening Speech to the aboliiiun of the here ditary The French papers of Wednesday that the Duchess of with Marshal has left and proceeded up the RMne from Rotterdam lo It is added that she it going to the by which is meant either the souih of or the dominions of It be denied that she is at and it is most likely that she will pass through Switzer land into We cannot imagine that nbe to hazard any mad enterprise against the peace of or the safety of her oy attempting a counterrevolution in favour if her The display of the wbile and the proclamation 8f Henry would be the signal for a general massicre of the Nothing cauld save them from the fury of the Move ment who weuld immediately consider themselves as be whose cruel vengeance might not be appeased till it even reached the Ministry aod Don Pedro has requested it tn bs understood that he makes no claims tn the sovereignty of except as the guardian of his daughter Donna far whom he is ready ta devote hig personal services and all his private if in an attempt to place her on the Throne which has been usurped by ter degenerate Don Pedro is said to have nearly half a million of money ready for disposal towards any expedition against the He has aKo a valuable diamond mine and other possessions in and the Duchy of in Por j the whole of which he we willing to devote to the cause of Constitutional Arrangements are making to carry his intentions aa to his daughter inti effect without compro mising the system of noniutervtntion laid down by our Govern and liule doubt is entertained uf a favourable According to a Utter of the 9th from A ves sel had arrived with announcing the late events at This news produced a powerful The people exclaimd in the Doa is in Europe we are undone The impression created by the appiarance the French sqmdron was compared with that caused by the above Don in these perplexing circum endeavours to gain the affections c f his by at tending all public religious He lias for some days past been seen at following the like a peni or THB Hetherington appealed against two convictions obtained at for publishing Newspapers without having them Alley appeared in support of the and addressed a few wards lo the Tfce first case gone into was that fer pub lishing a Paper called The which appeared otice a week having proved fay a witness that the defendant sold him the work in the Learned Gentleman thought it unnecessary to trouble the Court further at the present stage of the proceed ia a long contended that the Paper in question did not properly ceme under the denomination of a as it was not published on any set but appeared on a different day The defendant then addressed the characterizing the prosecutions against him as an attempt to fetter the Press of country under a most odious and op pressive Act c f He also contended that in a com mon sense view of tbe case no man canld say that The Republi can was a and stated it to be his firtn determination to continue its publication at all The Court confirmed the conviction of the Court The next case brought forward by Alley was a conviction against tbe name defendant for publishing another called A Penny Paper for the People by the Guardian of the This also was proved to have been published and sold at his The Coart in this case also confirmed the The Constitutional hmigrants of in hud a for the purpose of remonstrating the violence with in contempt of all and they wt re by the arms of Louis i the blind instru ment of the Holy of their and several of of their property and country and for concerting measures with a view to obtain The French Government is unquestionably beund ts make reparation to the Constitutional Spaniards for the injuries ihey have sustained from the French The Government of 1831 has succeeded to the re sources of tbe Government which committed this flagrant viola tion of jusiiee and we really do not see on what grounds Louis Philippe ceuld complain of an invasion of France by the Alliance to restore Charles the if he refuse to allow for the con sequences of the French invasion of Spain to the emigrant Con From Galignanfs Messenger of Yesterday af at five a courier arrived at Paris from Pe with an answer to the application made by the French Government with a view te atop the further effusion of bleod in There is every reason to hope that this important nego ciation will produce results equally favourable to gesd policy and Polish Government has announced the proposal of a loan for the service ef their to be called the loan of Polish The amount is stated at of or between and and its repayment is to be secured all the revenues of the on the property of the and particularly on the national domains over whole It will be divided into bonds nf 600 florins Its management is ta be conducted by the Bank of which is authorised to open subscriptions for realizing it in all chief in and even in foreign bonds are te be transferable from aand to without the necessity of inscription on the books of the Bank and the whole is tn be redeemed in 31 at a proportional rate each year tbe order ef annual redemption being determined by The Drrss Ball for the relief of Irish to be aeld on tbeTthof at Drurylane we be a spectacle of utmost The decorations are under tbe superintendence of a committee of gad thtir Ma jesties and the Royal Family will go in The accounts from Poland arc most The main which has remained at Praga since the battle of haviDtr been refreshed from its and strengthened by new had broken up from its camontneius and proceeded tbe The death of the accounts of which had reached Warsaw towards the middle of the may have determined the Polish CommanderinChief to make this move The insurrection in Lithuania had succeeded bfyand the most sanguine expectations of tbe frioads of the Polish General with a brave and wellappointed army of would encearage the pei pie o rise where had hitherto remained er support tuem where they had already The insurgents in the other Polish provinces belong ing to Russia had acquired and would in a shott time able to master the Russiau roops in their JUNE H On Saturday last the CuMmanderin Cbief gave a grand at which a consisting of 15 was They came to beg an asylum Their accounts of the atrocities committed by tht Rus sian soldiers caused the hair of the bearers to stand on aud the attendants shed Nothing was the Til lages were and all the houses entirely The old men and children had tbeir throats cut and the having suffered every kind of shared a no less deplor able The most distinguiahed individuals of wh escaped the wandered about with their wives aud chit dren in the marshes and scarcely able ta precurt th most coarse and scanty They also stated that a thou sand of their compatriots had uccecded in gaining Poland and that the Emperor bad issued an declaring that te would neither leave babilaloa nor inhabitant in the revolted In one part of this he It is time to put an end lo movements which for the last six mouths have disturbed the tran quillity of At these words the CommanderinChief turned towards and this passage respects It would be impossible to describe the produced by these Tht expression of deter mined rage might be read in every If the has thought to imimiduie the he is very much deceived they will perish to the very last ralher than yield to such a dcspat The Russians have been guilty of the most horrible cruelties in Samogitia and children have been and murdered in cold blood by these brutal In some cases they have actually cut out the tongues of their Polish captives and thrown them into the fire It is confidently asserted that it would be impossible for the Russians longer to continue he if bj The Prussians furnish them with the necessaries of and even THE Prince Leopold has accepted the throne of The fol lowing is the letter announcing his addressed lo the Belgic Deputation before their departure on Sunday I entertain a deep sense ef the wish of which the Belgic Congress has made the This mark af confidence is to the more that it was not sought for on my Human destinies do not present a more oeole and more useful task than that of being called to maintain the in dependence and consolidate the liberties of a A mission ef such high importance can alone determine lo abandon an in dependent and to separate myself from a country ta which I have been attached by ties and recollections tbe moat and which has given me so many proofs of its benevolence and I accept tht offer which JOB make it being nnderstred that it will belong to the Congress of national representatives to adept the measures which can alene constitute aew and thus secure fer it recog nition of the European It is thus tbat the Congress will give power of devotingmyself entirely te and of concentrating to its wellbeing and prosperity the relations which I formed in countries whose friendship is essential ta and te secure as ranch as depends upon my an independent and happy existence June This letter leaves us as ranch in the dark as ever with regard to the prospect ef arranging the disputed thuugh nothing ia to be learned from the there is something like an understanding that matters will satisfactorily adjusted and cantiondy as the letter is atill tbe would hardly written it had he net seen hie On Tuesday last Francis Esq who has been for many years Chairman of the Middlesex publicly expressed his intention to resign tae office at an early ou sccoaat f declining   

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