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Country Times (Newspaper) - August 15, 1831, London, Middlesex 84 AUGUST Price FULLBIlS ICE for Cooling and leu in wblcli Ice can be kept for at least fourteen dayi in the warmest thereby preventing the necessity of opening the Ice except the Freezing hy which Cream and Water Iced can be made in any with or witlinut ID half an hour and Freezing Powder of matchless Sparebed Alter this velsel will retain its free trom any smell or Tapour sixty hours with once thereby avoiding the possibility of damp had by the application af tbU occasionally nor will It cor rodeby nnd Bedfeet upon the same particularly adapted to the comforts of er those who suffer from celd The above articles of tcientlfic discovery teen at the manufactory six doors from Jamesa SOCIETY for the DISCHARGE and RELIEF of PERSONS IMPRI SONED for SMALL throughout ENGLAND and Eal of Sir Francis Charles Edward Lord De Lord The Sir TREASURER Benjamin Bond John and Colin At a MEETING of held in on the 3d day of the cases of 59 Petitioners were of which 34 were 13 4 and 8 deferred for Since the Meeting held 6th 151 of whom 124 had wives and 338 have been discharged from the Prisons of England and Wales the expense ef whose including every charge connected with the was and th following BENEFACTIONS RECEIVED SINCE THE LAST Charles 2 22 William Esq 7 12 Lord Henley 55 M found in the Banknote 10 Arthur Esq 10 Found in letterbox Haifa Years Dividend on 3 per Cent Legacy of the late Lady De per Esq 15 0 0 The Right Thomas GrenvOle 200 Richard 220 S per Hoare and 226 Castle Careyl per ditto 500 Sir S per ditto 330 Benetelions are received by Benjamin Bond the Temple also by the following Veres and by the Craven street where the books may be seen by those who are inclined to support the and where the Society meet on the first Wednesday in every JOSEPH PROSPERO quaint since thy going What hast thou seen on earth of genuine worth the world is solely now lllumd By real supremely By Fame and by Rank WARRENs JET to the EasyshininR and Brilliant prepared Dy Rober JL London and sold in every town in the In and Paste In at and Be particular to inquire for All others are REDUCES DUTY UPON FAND SPARROW Importers inform their that a consider able reduction having taken place In the Duty on French they are DOW enabled to effer superior qualities at the following prices Vin blanc et to 42 Beaune and ChablU 42 48 la Estephe 60 Chateau La 72 Vin de grave and Moselle 36 48 42 60 Tavel and Narbonne 42 48 Richebourg 72 Closede Veaugeot 84 90 54 60 Very curious White Sparkling Champagne 60 63 Finest Creaming ditto 63 66 Sparkling White Burgundy 2 at Old and Sample Bottles may be PHARSS PERSONAL BEAUTY depends so much on the appearance and tex ture of the that whatever contributes lo protect It from to improve must be considered an object of importance to all who are solicitous to possess an which Lord Chesterfield den omi nates a letter of recammeBdatlan on all occasions and certainly the present aud future ages must feel themselves indebted to the inventor of the curicms chemical process by which Saap is separated from all the im pure anil noxious substances with in its crude it is variably united this refinement is manifested by its transparency and Pripaied and Sold by at his Well price and per square and in laige which are perfnmed with the otto of fer GENTLEMENS at But er by whomsoever it never can be genuine with out the Inventors in his own PEARSS BOTANIC particularly recommended Parents and Guardians who wish to give and those under their those delightful tints which are the true concemitants af beauty and MALABAR for beautifying the and rendering them a personal ornament to the decline of PERSIAN or Portable for giving a delicate rose tint to the It i simple in its and so tbat it may be placed between the leaves of a PEARSS LIQUID BLOOM ef to remove the injuries sus tained by injudicious use of deleterious and to seat beauty en its native Pears has produced this invaluable extract frwra the flower whoie name it which Is In variably admitted to be the bent means of effectuating this grand and land able PEARSS WHITE IMPERIAL POWDERThis simple but effec tive cosmetic gives a softness to the tenure of the skin unparalleled in the annals of and coasrqnently enhances the value of the ricb donation of Price and per PATENT CAP Diameter 2 Made by The Sole TJY means of recent Improvements in the abave has new J3 attained a state of and for its superior portabi lity and unfailing has been honoured with the unqualified ap proval of many distinguished characters in the Sporting particulars of its merits and application are on the wrappers enclosing the Chargers Sold by all respectable and Iroamongers through out the T0 1 Latlies and Visiting Close or Enjoying Aquatic ROWJjANDS warranted perfectly possessing properties of surprising It eradicates all Cutaneous Eruptions ef gradually producing a delicate clear soft skin trans the most Sallow Complexion into Radiant pro ducing dilicate White and and imparting a beautiful juvenile bloom to tte Complexion successfully renders harsh and rough skin beautifully and even Imparts tc the and a healthy anil juvenile bleora Imparts co Skin a pleaiins Cool truly comfortable and ROWLANDS KALYDOR is equally indlttensable in the Nurstry as at the Perfectly it is recommended by the first to be used by the most delicate kady or Infant with the assurance ef safety aid possessing Befteninp and healing and gives in of incidental Inflain Immediate wkose faces are tender after will find it beyond precedent in ameliorating and allaying that most unpleasant tie irritability In the a Half Pints at and Pints at prevent and by the authority of the Coramissianers of the Name and address of the Proprietor are engraved on the Government affixed on the Cork of each Genuine ROWLAND Testimonials ef the virtuei of ROWLANDS To Rowland and with pleasure acknowledge the singular benefit 1 received from jeur excellent My which has been subject to inflammation and Eruption for now my friends lowborn I recommended it their decided Please to aeaiUli botiles per bearer of this I Your obedient S To Rowland and have derived so much benefit from the use of your lalyilor In extirpating tlie Pimples and Infiammatlon frem my thai am induced to continue It therefore will thank you to me three of the largest tized packed in a box by the who will dis charge the Your humble BlABliH PROVMTCIAIi Received this Auo wheat harvest within a few miles af Bury is nearly and the farmers are cutting It is re ported that wheat and barley are onefourth deficient of an ave rage being blighted and affected with The at are looking extremely and promise to be a full average accounts of the blight in the Wheat continue to came iu still The straw is so much that the harvestmen are not able to bind ihe corn with and are obliged te resort to harveststrings in some The late week of fine weather caused great quaniUies lo be ho used iu a which will come to hand harvest has commenced in this and iu a few days wilt be if the weather b but at present it Wheat crrtaiuly a thin from being much will be expensive Harveatmen are rather Tne Springsown crops are a lull average if we rxcept are not extensively grown in this EAST barren progressing in this a great part ef the corn is and a guod deal has Open well sicured during the past The wemhrr has been and the barorarier stauJs at degrees with eveiy prospect of continued dry Auo past week having a great quantity of aad has been sec jred Rumours are again spread abroad tbat the King is in a bad state of We believe his Majesty is as well as be has been for ome years but the disposition to seek these domestic and that life of which has always been most igrteable to his is immediately construed bj certain persons as the unerring symptoms of dangerous Easthope has been confined to bis baust sitice laving been severely and had his collarbone ty a fall from his In exposing the conduct of these Jembcrs of the Uvuse of Commons who are absent from their luty without jest we ought to take care that those whd are unavoidably so are not included in the GREAT SEIZURE OF was a short time ago received by his Majestys Beard of that it was contemplated to smuggle a very large quantity of and the necessary steps were taken to counteract the efforts of the ad who we meu in very high repute or extensive dealings in the The movements of certain tarties were watched both by land and iu the neighbour lood of the and in the several seaport At ength an officer of the who was for some time occupied in the received in the early mrt of last that a lodgment of the expected property had teen effected in the city of at the houses ef some of the irst people in the It was stated that the men in the establishments were aware that the goods were Donne after having ascer ained beyond a doubt that the silks had been warehoused with out the payment of the three officers of the Excise to three one of which is in another in a lane near and the third in a court in At three oclnck each of these officers contrived to lay his hands upen silks of a very valuable upon which the duty never had een The value of the seizure is estimated at not less than It had been thought proper by the purchasers in the irst house to take in a little witheut going through tbe usual ceremony of paying the and two kegs of very fine Cognac were found en the aud carried eff by the offi along with the more valuable The silks it las been smuggled from Prance but no clue as been found as to the manner in which they had been They were packed up with great care in 24 large which were evidently made in this and are such as Man chester goods are usually packed Upon being taken te the vings warehouses they were unpacked and The jauzes are of the most beautiful The officers will have he whole of the profits arising from this enormous the ving having some time aa appears from the order of the Liards ef the issued at the commencement of his given up all claim to any advantagis arising from seizures of this It is said that other extensive seizures will most irobabl be made very speedily in the part of it s agreed upon all affords more facilities and is of course the most frequent scene than all the rest of the The Thames has in censeqvtence of com munication received of the contraband trade carried on in more closely CHOLERA from 60 to 90 persons are bu ried Out of ten puients it is calculated that three only When the malady proves it does not last more han twentyfour and often not more than So great s the horror in that town of being taken to the that the rather than have the fact of their illness made will go mt and die in where they are eften found in the This is the case with at least a quarter of those that fall a prey to he SIR EDWARD SUODEN ANB Monday even at nine Douglas Esq of Connaught Edge was brought before Sir by tbe on a charged with sending a breatening letter to Sir Edward It appeared that Loveday is interested in a suit at present pending in iu which Sir Sugden is professionally in con sequence of some observations made by the latter in the course of tbe Loveday took great and called upon Sir Edward te This was nu worn the cause was again called the SolicitorGeneral handed up a letter which Sir Sugden had that morning re ceived from and in which the latter threatened the Learned Gentleman with personal The Lord Chancellor requested Sir Sugden to take no notice of the but to leave the matter to and bis Lordship sent a message to Loveday to attend him at his private house but that gentleman did not attend at the appointed and an officer of the by the Lord Chancellors waited upon Sir and gave information an oath that he be lieved Loveday contemplated the commission of a breach of the and a warrant was issued for his Sir Birnie waiting1 two hours the usual time of that he might if he were prrpartd with remain in custody all Ledbiltrr brought him at the time and he did not dtny writing tbe letter to Sir Sir Birnie told him he moat find himself in and two sure ties in to keep the peace and not being was ordered te remain in Lrdbitters charge till tbe O0 Tuesday Loveday sent to the celebrated and George Ihe but those gentlemen were eut and he next sent to Sir Jehn Millie who but excused en the ground that he did t happen to be a Up to the time of the closing of the Leveday wa unable to procure bail and his commitment to prison was made out and put into tbe bands of He has since been bailed and set at the body of Charles a was fennd a potato field near under ctrcum statces which left no doubt of the deceased having come by his death from The skull and jawbenes were dreadfully and the remains were in an advanced state of decom An inquest was htId yesterday iu tke Session or Court before one of the County when it appeared that the deceased had resided in is Liffey and had gone to Lucaa en the 1st on business relative to some with which a brotherinlaw of his there was also and about which some different was known te exist between The last time the unfortu nate man was seen was at 12 oclock on the night the above when he was drinking in company with tbe relative in whese name is Patrick Since then he was not seen or heard of till the period already After hearing the testimony of several the Jury found a tbat the deceased was found and that suspicion attached te Patrick of his being concerned in the who had been previously in was then committed for trial the Coroners Morning On Tuesday the French Chamber ef Daputies met to receive he report of the Commission upon the Address te the It is an echo ef iheRoyal Speech up to the passages relating to and that it speaks in warmer terms than the King The aragraph referring to Belgium That Prance associates lerself with transport to a generens of which the ob ject is te defend and establish the principle of eur glorious revo to fix definitively our relations wilh our aud o dissipate all the doubts which painfully agitate It afterwards France will guard with jealous care her own and compliments the King upon the valiant example which his after have set iti hastrning to ire the first cannon in the cause of This Address is in i firmer tone taan the Kings but equally expressive of lope that the general peace under existing grave cir be still On after the which had been referred to the waa Casi nir Perier ascended the n the Chamber of in a long explained the future views justified the past policy of his The to great confidence and considerable personal addMnme was heard throughout with re but we are with but little Toe leading and leai popular ailicle in his Ministerial profession af faith was his allusion to uahapay and bis declared inten tion uf not recognising its independence or interfering further on its otherwise than by told fell aa Batly uoon the Chamber as it haa been since universally denaunced out of Thediscussion was continued on the follawing and General seemed to be aware where the shoe laboured lo justify the policy ef the Government with respect to THE The progress of the Dutch troops in Belgium has been marked devastation Prom the first the Date I committed the same horrors which have already rendered them so odious in the eyes of the They have inundated wita their at an unlookedfor a great extent of country loaded with and burnt those villages not thus The follow ing is an extract sf a letter from We hourly ex pect the news ef same tragical scenes in our unhappy which is sacrificed to hatred of In the environs the nhabitaots are and ae is the village of Pallas that of Chapptl is half and childreu have been run through with the point of the A letter Gheut contains same details na lesshorrible and follow the footsteps of our enemies several farms and after being stripped ef every were The estates of Dubaach and VauBrussel are mentioned among others which have been The principal farmer of after having his eyes put was The boat ef the Maison near was nailed to a tree by the then brutally torn frftm it and These monstrosi ties would disgrace the Dutch if we did not know that King William s army was composed of a set of deserters and mercenaries of all te whom plunder and devastation are a meie Such an army well deserves sooner or it will and which be rendering a service la whose liberties must ultimately be trodden upon by soldiery without restraint of AUGUST city Jey and hope return to all This merning tue following proclamation was The city of Antwerp is placed under the safe guard of and all safeguard guarantees our persons and eur property against every aggres aien from the citadel or the Dutch naval Done at the Signed by the Burgomaster and Previous to it is stated thai General Chasse made aiffrXie HI to the town from the aud took sixteen 24 three and twentyfour which the Belgians had in a battery against the besidesa large quantity of MSNDAY headrqaHters of bis Majesty Ltepold have been stationed here siuce eight oclock this This town lies about three leagues north of His Majesty left the latter city at five and after having some refreshment in the reviewed the Civic Guard which corps arrived here Op passing ene of the solders offered to the King some of the black bread and smoked of which he with the best grace and good bumoar to the great satis faction of the His Majesty afterwards proceeded to wards Westerloo to review the army of the under the command ef General Tieken de Tnis consisting of about defiled befare the then continued route in the direction of this which is ene of the nearest points to the Dutch army iroiier the command ef the Princt ef Orange and the Duke of Saxe Leopold examined every thing and spent betWteufive and nix hours in the camp after which he retained to the Burgomasters house in this to transact business with bis The Brussels Correspondent of a Morning who dates his letter Tuesday evening at 11 without any ap parent hesitation or that the army of the Maesi under General has been that his cavalry having been put to broke through his infantry and the Civic and that he himailf had escaped te The rout and dis persion or thia first corps of troeps would appear to have opened the road to where King Leopold had established bis headquarters and It was supposed that Bis Majesty would be obliged to retreat upon But we have other news ef an official and ef a more agreeable The Dutch Government has yielded to the remonstrances of its fiirnds iu the London and has cansented to withdraw its troops within its The Belgian Papers of Wednesday and Thursday have been Thty confirm in every respect the disgraceful flight of General Daine and his corps upon as abeve but attempt to make light of the as if it were the mere effect ef a sudden and unaccountable panic amongst the older and better soldiers at other been The Moniteur attributes the whole to the unskil fulneas uf the if not to a worse motive and the In dependent ibat the troops had been without their rations for the fortyeight hours which may in some far the flagging ef their animal Very little sub stantial mischief appears to have been done in the and it is not a necessary part of this narrative that the enemy were pre sent at The ravalry in the as the corps was marching upen thought that they heard tbe trampling of the Dutch troopers behind them they net spurs to their rode dewn their own which was before and horse aid foot entered Liege The who were carried away with the are descrioed as filled with indignation at the cowardice the and as calling loudly to be led back against tbe Some rests had already taken place amongst the aud order was perfectly reestablished at The French army was advancing in tliree columns into Bel That oflhe right entered Namnr on and was exptcttd to beat Liege on Wednesday the centre column was advancing upon the third upon The Dakea ef Orleans and Nemours bad already reached the being met by Beldard on the part of the It is said that there are volunteers following the French The Belgians seem to think already that they will have seme difficulty in getting rid of their new Allies the pay fer every thing which they and do not make any requisitions upon the A London Paper of givta the following as the substance of a declaration made by the King of in announcing the order to withdraw his His Majesty has tbat in commencing hostilities against Belgium he had not the slightest wish to embroil himself with the Great He regarded quarrel between him and the Bel gian Government as strictly confined to the two and as not at all connected with the interest or intentions of the Great Powers but as h is now assured that the continuance of hostilities by him is viewed with dissatisfaction by the Confer in accurdance with his anxious desire to be on a friendly footing with the Great will discontinue hostili and withdraw troops within tbe Dutch as soon as he shall receive intelligence that the French troups have ac tually entered as will regard such entry of the French troops aa an intimation af the adoption of the quarrel oa the part of the Belgians by the His Majesty has also intimated that he has sent orders to the of his troops to retire upon the advance of the French and on no account to commit any act of heatility after such It will be seen by a reference to our Parliamentary that OB Thursday evening Lord Palmerston announced to the Houseof Commons the receipt of official intelligence to the above that the Kiog of Holland had ordered his troops to in obedience to tbe wishes ef the Great The whole the Brussels papers of Friday arrived Saturday by from a Correspoadentof the same It does no accounts that the King of although he must have befa1 the rapid approach ef the French had of according to the intimation on bis part made te oar Ambassador aLlhp contain the Pro clamation of Gefteial Girard and information of some It is tbjat there Jiad been a battle at Tirle after the defeat 67 which was entirely favourable to the heads of thecolumns of the French army have arrived in the suburbs of The French troops which arrived on the 9 h amoantcd to in and The column which reached Namur by way of Givet has proceeded towards A third which reached Tournay is to proceed towards Flan is impossible to describe to you the en tlusuvm which the arrival of the French amongst us has pro Crits of Vive la France Vivent les Francais Vive le Due dOrleans in every part of the The movement of tfee Fjench trogpsis rapid they now occupy aud Tbe lumber of French who have entered Mons are and at Charlerei they are Accounts have been received which state that the G ivernmrnt have for the first an offi cial communication from the French in which they advise and recommend to the Palish Commanderin Chief not risk a general battle with the and at the same time the French Government will make every endeavour to mediate for the settlement of the affairs of Tue above account states that 370 pieces of cannon are placed on the fortifications of War which is now rendered almost We rfgret to It by the Gtrman Papers received Saur that accounts from dated the 30th of an nounce tbe passage of the Vistula by tbe Russians undr Gene ral at near This must have been of course facilitated by means of the bridge constructed by who has thus put forward a double claim to the execration of freemen throughout The Russians will now be enabled ta carry oa the war in that part of Poland whence Warsaw derived its and iu of defeat their army can fall back on inactive but passive ally of How much longer will this mockery of neutrality be endured by England and France We burn fer some other reply than that of Lord which does no honour to and that of Casimir which is still raxre disgraceful to But let net Poland hour ef retribution is on the when the finger ef triumph will point with enduring scorn the hafHed vengeance of brr and the disgusting sympathy ef her trailerfriends I I QUALIFIED VOTERS UNDER THE REFORM the House of Lord Althorp announced an impor tant improvement in the franchise in Weekly if they have occupied their hauses for twelve months antecedent to the time of are to have a Tenants under Copyholders are put on the same footing as tenants under Free f THE CONVICTS UNDER SENTENCE op DEATH IN AND THIS was given to the twentyseven prisoners tinder sentence death in that the report would be received last The day was of course one of great anxiety to and to their families and The usual time at which the Council breaks up is between five and six and common humanity would prompt the bearer of the fate of tbe unfortunate persons to give notice as early as possible at Newgate of the The unfortunate and upwards of 100 and whj were outside the in on Wednes day for the arrival of the Recorders clerk wih the re It is impossible to describe the state of in which they were all plunged at the The most melancholy fore bodings were the general dread being that a sweeping was Up to nine oclock things were in this It was then thought proper to send a messenger ta the heuse of the learn the cause of the God bless said the Recorders ray master got a note on informing him that the report would not be leceived on that day No attempted te account far the circumstance of the Recorders not having communicated with Newgate on a subject such great interest to the convicts and and the clock struck ten before they could be informed the report was What makes fis matter more extraejdiuary tbat several persens had en Tuesday waited open the in order to represent to him some circumstances in the cases of many af the prisoners of a favourable se that the Larued Jutigt could not have been ignorant that there was such a thing as sympathy felt far the trembling On Thursday the Recorder sent officially to to communicate the postponement of tht The good wishes of the and those inte rested about it may be well were not It was supposed that after what took place sjme time ago at no further negligence weuld be exhibited upon occa sions of tbe upon the part of the Upon that occasion the Recorder put the report in his instead of sending it up to town by bis and remained all night at the inn The Aldermen had the case before but it was thought that the mere mention of it would rrnder it unnecessary to come to any rrsolution en the We that at tbe next Court ef Aldermen the question will be brought for and that some proceedings will be adopted to prevent the possibility of any future mistake of the There are very general complaints tbat the srntence of death is not recorded in as it is in the Sir Robert Peels Bll provides for It is believed that the repert will not be made next REFORM division of counties oaght not to be and if the people of England be true to it will This abominable clause tofar as 54 members are be a stultification ef the entire principle of the some respects politically as has been the growth of individual wealth inIbis one among the foremnat duties of the Legislature to counter act that accumulating by every effort to reinforce those means of confederation possessed by men of interior which form their natural and enly instrument of resistance to the tyrant leviathan of each separate district throughout the This great good might bid fair to be accomplished by tbe de struction of petty extension of elective the abridged duratioc ef And these several contrivances for frustrating the direct power of money ever the representative system which the authors of the Bill have held out to us but no human malice ever devised an engine far neutralizing and de feating all such beneficial se complete as this caunty grinding Suppose there be electors for a whole of which 2 000 are to be feund among tbe tenantry and dependents of a certain and this nobleman a person not generally esteemed or confided in for his public principles be sets up his nominee for the long as it brings electors against bis and returns a popular candidate by majority of Split the and what happens 1 the balk uf his estate being left in the same electoral he has tbe whole or alicoat the whole body of his own voters to support him the electsrs constituliug the independent interest that moiety of the and is enabled to ride over public But this is all fair in the ejei af the desire and they aow
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