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   Country Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1831, London, Middlesex                                THE 92 OCTOBER DiT Price LETTER t the Right Honourable LORD VISCOUNT MILTOlf on hi8 to some of the in the FORM Essentially affecting BRITISH AGRICULTURE t By endon Published by and Pauls Chorch inl anil IMPROVED kAVlES will meet the prices of any House in with the tame quality of 6s 6d per WaxWick 6s and Composition Is led per Wax Wax 66s and 74s L opposite Slaughters CoSee Price PATEWT CAP Diameter 9 PRIVATE FAaCnbXES VMOULS thankfully acknowledges the extraordinary increas of bu siness which his system of trade has already secured to him from je luch unexampled encouragement from all classes is one of the most uner 5 of proofs that his system ef trade is not less advantageous to the Public rn beneficial to This advertisement particularly addresses to the offer b them a few nUin reasons which must convince them that he is able to f ply them at nls Warehouse so much better and In large and small inn than they can be at any other similar however spe is and pompous their In the first 1L depends on the smallest fractional profit on every We he relying solely on large returns for his Himself and Family devote themselves to the management of B whole of his extensive thereby avoiding the obvious necessity of the or putting an additional charge on the article to cc n expensive by the advantage of a the fruits of many years obtains in the markets a preference of the choicest Wines and Spirits it come to this and by these means be can justly boast of one of praost various and best selected Stocks hi the r and from the Wood per and highflavoured crusted Of the celebrated Vintage 1820 foldcolsured Very excellent Pale and peculiarly and aged Curious old Stout and Brswn I Fine Old Lisbon and Mountain and I of superior quality and I Fine Sparkling Champagne I First Quality Made by BEATLEY i he sole BY means of recent improvements in the above invention it has now a state of unrivalled and for its superior sup lity and unfailing has been honoured with the an prova particuars o mers an appcaton are on the wrappers Sold by all respectable Gunmakers and out thft nealified i ap World IMPERIAL HOtTSE OF agreed to Ladies and Driving Vmilns iembllM or Enjojing Aquatic ROWLANDS warranted perfectly prooerties of surprising energy It eradicates all Cutaneous Eruptions ef PimoUis gradually producing a delicate dear sklu trans forms even the most Sallow Complexion iato Radiant Whilcnpsi nrn duclng delicate White and and imparUng fbe juvenile bloom to the Complexion r skin beaotifnliy and a healthy and juvenile ROWLANDSKALVBoRTs I Very desirable for Family use i stronger character Sasrry flavour and Pontac very fine and on Old Crusted it in Pints and of the finest FOREIGN i Cognac Brandy per I Finest soft high flavoured I Old Jamaica Kum 1 Da of superiot and greater strength I BRITISH uiciuGQiai Immediate wkose faces are lender Sbav will find It beyond precedent in amelioratiae and allaying that most unpleasant the irritability In the in Half at and Pints at each prevent andiy the authority of the CemmisiiBners of the Name and address of the Proprlatorfare eniraved on the Government affixed on the Cork of each Genuine ROWLAND HATTON GARDEN Benuloe Testimonials af the of ROWLANDS To Rowlaid and hand one or the He Sen parts ot Yorkshire hi favour of the two petitions from parts of Yorkshire under si only express his regretat what had Shore ught in a Bill to enable a Scotch lay before the Earl ofFIFE presented a Petition from i ne retiti i ne retition stated that the bull was not IVerygood I Finest very fit for general use Strong Cordial for mixing ritish Brandy for Homemade Wines or Preserves B I Strong Scotch and Irish warranted se1 I nuine frem the 1 The above articles may be relied on as answering the Bottles and Packages to be paid for oa and the money re whenant back enclosing strkdy attended No The Trade Byr Lidy my I last night had a drain That nobles would be of perfection the So and everywhere At some future if rightly divining The Courtier dreamd the reflector rand WARRENi of the IS and Brilliant prepared by Kobeit Wai i pondon and told in every town in the MEDICINES Sennaand ETC and SPSSSSfiSSi told that It Is It would be difficult for it to dlstinrawTanv dS agreeable taste In has been prescribed by several emment practitionerT and found to answer all the purposes for which the taSSfffiXbrfSS with this superiority5St It j fifPecUllY adapted for Family Medicine under Ths every diKnder where cleansing physic is by so ii i S i pMte In at and rardrular tn Inquire for All others are and the Public may depead on being supplied with PRIME DRESSED free frem ilnst er at TIMOTHYS Old Ei for Feather Bed Bed and Sofa Bedsteads Doors from Mitre will be found en Trial far superior In Mannfacturins Department to ths generality of each Article X r of eeod and charged at a less Creilit Shops can buy them Families furnishing will notonly Per Centbut have theiatisfactlon s j I alled on the where may be seen and clreispdan advantage fr w In he Trade can t Nollw conTeillence Supplied at Trade on of Good with the will at once 11 tf lhe to be obtained by purchasing for Ready fj where each Article is manufactured under the immedlata inspec iHlf tiTHERS warranted filled from the if rf per to 9d Whits better quality perlb Saperior ditto 2 S finest quality a 6 on thdr COOLING APERIENT duce an EflerveKdng Draught extremely refreshing as well as at the same time a mild and cobW aperlenY adapted i to reUeve and a owde to this cruel sport did not come within the ef Partia who pursued apprehension onThat sut against trie use of He d TITH TTJESOA V and Factories Bill were read a UOKUUUH defended the character of the Clerev smnripi S renewedthe given oy me Kignt Reverend Prelates sn a late tn ground that it was LORD otet his t0usic f the franchise to large and populous but thit ne does object to the disfranchising of so many and to the creation of by the Mnster of H ADDINGTON expressed his entire concurrence in the sen of He was not opposed to all and trusted to see such a measure carried into HOLLAND conn dently believed and trusted that such a measure as that which had been re ere become the law of the nm Embankments Ireland Biil was The Consolidated Fund Bill and the Arms Ireland Bill went through The Pre scription Bill was read the thir i time and passe rn v 6 f0110 that he had inquired and found n convenience would arise from delaying the Scotch Court of Session till the next as the Prorogation could not be a very He shiul 1 I J b lit I u Hi propose to take no further steps at After some conver sation between Lord Wynford and the Lord the Order of lhe Srdingy W diSCtorged the Bi was On the motion of the Buke RICH the Bill for the relief and Employment of the Poor was read a third time and pKeJi OIM crHANCfLLOR presented a Petition from a person In favour the Bankruptcy Court Ho took that orpor nm 7VJS SE had been Mld relative tVthlt Bill out of that where he would not He had been charred with bringing m this Bill for the purpose of extending his He would only that by this Bill he abolished seventy and had only the appointment of about ten or eleven In the appointment of the seventy M b3UBd ln appointment of the ten or eleven he would be under the obligation ot strictly adhering to a rule sf appointine those under a certain standing at the It had been said that he e earned the measures ef Reform In the law against the wishes of his ralleacues but he spoke in the presence of some of those and he would say brought forward had been cordially ap a o He had been compared with Cardinal Wolsey but would assure the that he no more resembled him In his political dlcialch proved ef by all of w would assure the that he no more resembled him In his political or udlcialcharacter than he did in his religious He was astonished to ob serve by the that on the opening of the Bill in another clauses were introduced for not only to Lord Thurlow and the but to the Lord He was not aware of the imen tien of introducing such a and it was against his wishnot that he not but he did not wish to clog the any i16 felt tremely anxious for the success of the c J5f 1uestion of compensation to the Chancellor until a future He did conceive but that he ought to re ceive as he had reduced his salary from about to 7 5001 o askforcom nsatT after hra he thsuelw Wmaelf On the motion of Lord the Barbidoes andSt VmceBts Relief was read a second and third tune and The Galway Franchise and the Ireland Aims were read a third of the Irish be read a third time this day six Marquis ifLANSDOWNE and the Marquis of WEST SEATH supported lhe The House divided on the question that this Bill be new read a third Contents 38 NonContents Majority The Bill was then read a third iroe and The Irish Distillation Bill was brought up from the Commons and read a ant ROYAL Royal Assent WTO given by Com In at f the safest and mest cer 1 an EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLAFor maki uitnay be In a supertar Instandy and It b used as an alternative In Secondarv other cutaneous and as a rernedy to correct use of In at and TOWERS SOLUTION OF preparation one l0fut5e whole Matetla Mcdicaby which pTireCamphof effca Drau8lt er It thus produce re cahns the removes recent and mav whcre epUtel whollT fau In at L e 9 3 FEATHER BEDS fr size with Cot Ira Mth all Linen 2 0 j Goose with Linen a 10 1 liize Alva fn to 18 0 0 ller sizes in Grey CotUn Tick 1 Lin Linen Tick White Goose Llaen 3 3 bordered and welted 4 4 3 Tick Border SFeetedo It 0 16 0 STeetdo IS 0 BEDSTEADS warranted made on the Jiome carved mahegany af the best 1 10 to 1 10 FnllBliad Tent of the best 1 te 2 handsome from Ellptic from from lined from Cer toi any from Mahogany Pembroke from S ditto Sofa from Couch with Mahogany from Bedroom and other SeaBed Beware of Meek Furniture Charity 10WWESS OP NERVOUS AP SICK prepared by have t VQtf 8uQ 1 SUTLERS CARDIAC TINCTURE OF TURKEY warm and pleasant adapted to Gouty mended in the whiter to alldellcite peAons attributable to Inttnsted motives was beyond all rite Prelates had no doubt acted with the iHe to Impute to the Right Reverend Pi terested motives I they had will against the present Thei that they acted from selfUh and in the ulmtfat diainisnttadnaaa arrpri II vj Bbiuul luollvm WHen UleV aCTPfl affAlnCt thonra a nls ne a and he would state of LANDAFF veraUy addressed the Honsfe and declared 1 that they hS I any desire to thwaitrfls bowels so prevalent during the Summer and and iplalnts of the In at SCALD r are none are more udtous and difficult of cure than these of Ringworm and Scald Parents and others who have the care of Children will fully estimate and UiemSva of any preparation which may be considered a specific for their cure For sonie years tieProprietor has extensively used ink preparation hteSelf Mdha in one known it te fait In JL 9d and S fid TOWERS FLBID EXTRACT OF BARlCIn the of n ie qualities of the purest Peruvian me and valuable astringent nrtnrinlp in concentrated state it thus afford the readiest wlth CITRATED OR LEMONADE uunas M hey viewed the measure a a Dukfof N E and the Mar of LONDONSERR of It fotmrnkeriaUy y disease mlW and eflectual remedy in their origin in a merbid action of the and other Me POWDER This posed of without theadxture of an r Iong been m read a second time next teJup SuSf VCStlla m WM rad SK8nd tlme Md relerred to a Commit Considerable discussion plicc on thPi Inrodueed hv tho r i to the Bankrupt Bill now in the ether omlR communication as the period of his probable absence from that H with nostlcs should be altered by something that iay superior advantage at allfashion they are partlcnlarly The genuine Camphor by London and s by asking particularly for Shepherds the DIGESTIVE DAFFys Preparation made ottat mUCh M any n hS BUTLERs CAYENNE LOZENGESFor Habitual Sore Throats Hoarseness Relaxation of the alss a refreshing stimulus S Field In at and The above when will have en graved on the Government Stamp attached to each produce a favourable dispgsltiea things which csuld not otherwise f a Perod wi completely restore the stomach to i tOnP tho d lamed such high Digestive SHEPHKRDS IPECACUANHA for These Lozenges have now been before the Public more than ove years hey are prepared with Ipecacuanha procured at Apo and continue to receive the recommaqdations of medical tiers in third Edition of his Do page The author recommends the Ipeca introduced by which are certainly calcu relleve breathing and assist These Troches are nci useful remedy Jbr Coughs of every and an eicel m for giving smalf doses of Ipecacuanha to children in cases of boxes as In order to procure these Lozenges in a they must be asked for particularly as Shepherds Fpeca I AT week James Byers and his Mary were executed in front of Glasgow gaol for the murder and robbeiy of John in March These cri minals were found guilty of administering a large quantity of laudanum to the mixed with his in a spirit cellar Since the condemnation of the the female made a full confession of her but her husband denied all knowledge of the solemnly asserting his till he was brougat out to the The female aeknowledged having robbed Martin in the house in which they during which time her husband held the and that he afterwards got a share of the The in a Catho was very attentive to the instructions of the religious gentle man who attended her but her who was a was his irritation of mind being kept up by continual assertions of At eight oclock the Magistrates entered the and the prisoners were brought Nothing could ex ceed the calm firmness of the who was an extremely good looking and was neatly dressed but her husband had httle appearance of being seriously impressed by the awful ness of the situation in which he After partaking ef a glass ef take t a Petition for Refom pehead ad lam thb opportunity of state what I consider it my the Irise to take uny o sa wa consder it my bound d t state In the face of Lordships and the countrynot merely in my judicial situs Uon as the first the public most calculated to jeopardy above all they must if they Such The BUI s of Reform do not also show themselves the friends of ordeT my duty for the Mke the Peace efthe countr ndl advice most sincerely hoping thati t to Lord KING presented a Petition from against the emolovment 01 Lord KING presented a Petition from the parishes of Giles and In favour of the Vestry His Lordship then sented a Petition from Great WIgton In favour of P Whan th House went into a Committee en the Galway Franchise tions Hou5e J Jl J they werefcbnductedto the scaffold by their where they continuedSir prayer a considerable Here Byers made a lull confession gf his stating that he some of the since the had no desire what ever to see his and their behaviour to each other on the scaf fold strongly countenanced if they did notice each other at the i lition was very u UJ i HARNCLIFFE I am glad to hear rom the Nsble Lord this admonition to refrain from the violation of property question came before the House I thought it my duty to2moie RefiSnta the way in which itwas How I may act whenthe rneSre the House will depend on circumitances Dut I the that there could be no doubt the a Reform In the Commons House prepared to nor what mode question comes again be iy ability to do justice to wuifc viicie Mima oe no aouot tne time had now arrived when there must be a Reform In the Commons Hous of To what degree I am not prepared to nor whit of Reform may be safely but when the question fore your I shall exert the best of my ability The JJuke of RICHMOND first reading af the act for tho of the to IrelandThe secondleadtag was flxej for Ihl rfe T isions Barbadoes Common Officers Fee Church Building Cotton Factories Apprentices Officers of the Customs Fee Turnpike Road Scotland Pluralities Special Constables iranchise City of London Fresh Water Poor Relief Public Works Ireland Public Hospitals Iieland Bill White Boy Amendment Regulation of Arms Ireland and several Private SELECT VESJRT Earl of ABItf GDON brought up the report of the Select Committee on the Vestry He moved the suspension of the standing in order that it might pass through its several The House then went into Committee on the One of the amendments proposed by the Select Committee that the majority of the parish should be twothirds in place of and that the Vestry should consist of all the ratepayers ia the On this amendment Lord MELBOURNE pioposed to the that the decision of the majority of the votes whe actually voted should be Lord HARROWBY opposed the but after a loBg discussion it was agreed Lord FAVERSHAM said he would propose a clause to the effect that all persons who were rated at should have ene and all who rented above that one vote for every He meant to give effect to the principle of Sturges Bournes The Duke of RICHMOND that the House had not had an opportunity of seeing the Amendments pro posed by the Select He proposed that the Bill be printed with the and be recommitted on Monday The LORD CHANCELLOR expressed himself to the same effect After a long the Bill was reported with the Amend The Report was received pro and the House re Three or four Bills were severally advanced one stage each ATTACK ON THE LORD CHANCELLOR BY MR JE REMY before tie Adjournment of the the LORD CHANCELLOR said I have to move for certain which I deem necessary to disprove a charge made against myself in reference to a Bill which I had the nonour to and which is now under consideration in another I mean the Bankruptcy Court This for il in other has been made on me by means of a which may possibly be now in the hands of many of your and I know that it is in those of several Members ot the House of and of obtain great cir culatien with the public Had charge proceeded from any source less entitled to I might feel disposed to view it with but when it emanates from the fether of the En glish a gentleman ef great learning and I cannot help thinkmp that it is calculated to raise against me which I do not It is not necessary that i should name more particularly the gentleman to whom L My the charge brought against me that the only ob ject J have had for the introduction ef the Bankruptcy Court Bill was to increase the patronage of the office which I have the ho nour to It is stated that I am to be benefited thereby to the extent of not ef but of patronage to a political is infinitely more A great aeal nas been said of the expense which would be created by the adoption of the Bill but I that it will be much less tian under the present and I beg to assure the House that I was in newise actuated by personal considerations in recommending this His after some in order to show that a considerable saving would be cancluded by moving for returns sf fees received by the Secretary of and other ofiicers of that CourtOrdered Adjourned at a quarter past six oclock till BOTJSB OF mted a Petition from Clement Danes in favi r EBRINGTON theifrose and said that while portant motion of which he had given he found the emergency of the Seeing around him many Individuals who represented the great counties of who had read the of the and were acquainted with their force and he felt suie that a H fill CO rtf rnmmAna trrUtnK i MHIfc a 01 tne Heform mns whlchhad hsn nawledged its own and p an passed a BUI for its own would not now recede from mainland vmdlcating IU andredeenlngthe solemn pledges which its Members gave in the face of their constituents Having referrecTto the alarming and dan accepted nd dangeroas state of the country when the present Ministers his Lordship I must claim the merit that with out any new or penal enactments without dinary measures of coercion they restored the whole of society to and effectually supposed the had ae In the Western rie thei proceeded to lulogSe the and said that though in their general policy Mtafaterahad comraltSd uuu Ult UlUp 1C JJoUi ot tne unfortunate people struggled a good particularly the and after hanging the usual the bodies were earned to the College for thejiresentatlon Of some Parliamentary Reform Petitions bLord the farl of HARROWBV oteerved that hedesired toTavaH this opportunity to say that though he had resisted inflate wasJiot opposed to all His Lordship added that he wDuld not ouu MIU iiiuugu in ineir general policy Ministers had cnmmlttprt ribfSSfe XTtha F3 his ments of his office ayeargiven up bankrupted feeiS irfuMdPtSat that the was matured by discusslen the anxious called on to reassert firm adhe andlKdn provisions of that anJ to express the perseverance of that Ministry in intro ucing and conducting this have consulted the best interests of the   

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