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Courier (Newspaper) - September 25, 1822, London, Middlesex WEDNESDAY -tyKNim, SEPTEMBER 25, Ofi-'GAGE or ANNUlTlES.-tiVE THOU- SAND rOUNDS and upwards, or any part in Sin )0?0 "ill be laid out on Securities afi'^ing I rem L (not less than 200?.; will ue lam oui on di'cui.i.cj. ......... ------ - irurrcsc: under Marriage Scitlements, Trust Money in the Fund? Viilc, Jointures, ana real Estates; also from Freehold, Copyhold 2vi\ Leasehold Property.-For further p.irtictilars, apply to Mr. Linyu, Jso. 4, Adam-s.trcef, Adelphi, personally, or by letter, post paid- ItELlEF OK THR FOOK-CODNTY (tALWAY. " AT a MEETING of the LOUGHREA CENTRAL COMMITTEE, held at Lough-ea, on Tuesday ' l^". "Tth of August, 1822, pureuant to adjournment; Present, WILLIAM MALACIIYBURKE, Chairmsn, ilirrht Rev: Dr. Coen iupcht Kt'v, Dr. Arrbdcacon Artiinr Tiencb St. George ?>].-.jor-Ge:icraI Taylor Hiibcrl Joseph French .J.iines Sinnnion Lambert Ciiristopher Reddinjjton MajorD'A'cy Stephen Donelnn Richard Ralhbnnrne l?ruton Persse,j!in, Thom.is iDlllon Hearne Ghristophor U.shcr, and Edward Martin ; Ciiristopher Jfeddinpton I jiawiim .'lai..... , Kcsolved, That our gratefwlth.mks are due to his Excellency the 3.ord Lieutenant, Tor tiio kind and judiciotis manner in which he has -nffordcd relio/", tlirought this Committee, to the. Distressed Peasantry o;"thisDi.stnci.. Rwolved, That fhis country raiinot sufficiently exprc-s the strong foriin^s of grnlitude.which they entertain towards our English Fel-Imv-snbjccts, Tor the generous, munificent, and simiklianeous feelings bv which they have been acttiated in the cause of Charily to-vai d� tiie Distres'.ed of thi.s pari of the Empire and, lliatx>ur warmest thanks arc also due ts the London Tavern Committee, for the .:ia' and proinplitude ihev have evinced in cariTj'ng into efT-'Ct the kind intentions of a generous People. Kc�o!red, That we have this (Lay examined the Treasurer's Ac-cmir.fs, and find them dniy vouched and correct in every particular, .".iid (hat he is in advance the Slim of 25.)/. ."is. lid, , , William ."M. Burke, Esq. having left:.the Chair, and Christopher Rfddington h.iving be(-n called tiiercto, the following Resolutions v.erc unanimously agreed to- - Resolved. That we cannot separate, wilhout oflering In Widiam M. ljurko.-E.tq'. High Sheriff, our inost gratcfni (honks, for his crncct, aMe. and imp.irtial conduct in the Chair during the whole term of the Icnu and arduous labours of thi.s Committee. Resolved. Th.Tf ihe best thanks of this Coinmiitee be offl-red to Jrfircs Smyth, Esq. for the very kind.and handsome manner in wliich ho undertook the arduous odlce of our Honorary Secretary am! Treasurer, as well as for'the unremitting atteniinn which he has paid (o its duties, entirely devoting his v.-i!uable time to their fulfilment since I'he formation of this Commiitce. Resolved, That ourTreasurer he requested to have (be foregoing Resolutions, with an.abstract of his Account, and airj^opv of our Cliairm.in'.s Le!(or to the Commissioners for the Relief of the Poor, pul.iished in (he Dublin Evening Post, and the two Galway Paoers; D.-. .lames Smyth, as Treasurer | ' to (he Lotighica Central Com-iniltee. Contra. Cr. By Amount of payments to the .se/eral Local Committees of this District as per Receipts, J'o A.mount of Receipts frimi Ci'inmisMoners for the Relief of the Poo' .-.CI 1,500 0 0 'I'o balance due to , Treasurer � s.w o 11 � =�l],7."3' 5 U �n.17,7, 5 Mi , Sia.s,-!n pnrjuance of your desire, 1 haye the honour to inclose iierewith the allocation of 180 tons 24lbs. of Wheaten Meal, and rninocn ions sixteen cwt. oB O.ilmeal. placed by you at our disposal. 1 .tIso inclo.se the general Debtor and Creditor Accounts between yoiiy Commission and the Lnughrca Central Comraillec. It may be ncc'pssnry, at the close of our labours, to ob.serve, that we called upon all Treasniers of Local and Parochial Committees for an account of their receipt and di.sbursemenl.s; that the latter were regu-I Illy vouched, and the whole carefully cxarained by a Siib-Com-miiiee, and ih,-it acling upon this principle, paying the sums that h;.d lioon advanced by tho.stveral Treasurers,and allocating the Meal at Shiinnon Harbour for the supply of the last week's distribution,, we do not find it necessary to call upon vou for a greater s-um than 2,:.,3/. .Is. iM. bring Ihe amount advanced by our. Treasurer beyond his receipts, nor lor any part of the sum of 5.0851. lis. 4d. recbm-meiuied on the ITh instant; and, we trust that it will appear to you ti'at we Ijave lioen solely actuated, in all oijr proceedings, by 3 n-ish fo combine tlie Relief of the Distressed InhMlntiints of our District " i;li a careful investigation of the accounts of the several Local and Parochial Treasurers, and a due regard to the economy of public purse. I beg also to remark, that a population of 94,744 persons h !s iccn amply relieved by the sums commilted'to cur charge and dislribution uplo the 24th instant; and, that it has not appeared to us ih.nt any serious cause of cotnplaint has existed in any part of t'lir extensive District, except in solne fe\y instances where the ;ivdy arrival of the amount of our recommendations caused the Potatoes to he prematurely dug. 1 have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient humble Servant, WILLIAiM M. BURKE, Chairman of the Loughrea Central Committee, To the Commi.ssioners for the Relief of (he Poor. OTICE.-CALCUTTA FIRST TONTINE.- Establisbed lst.Iuiy;iS15, for the BENEFIT OF SUR-\'n'0R3.-Agreeably to a Resolution passed at a 4th of August last, at the Office>f Messrs. Cruttenden, Mackil-lop, and Co. who have been appointed Secretaries, and Treasurers to the Society, in conscqiieiice of the decease of Mr. John Bethune Jnglis, the folloiviiig Articles, from the rules of the Society, are nov? re-'publishcd for the infoi'mation of Subscribers residing in Europe. Ait. 12.-"That, as soon after the 50th_6f June, IS2i2, as may be prnclicable, i he accounts of the Society shall be made itp, and a proportionate dividend from the funds made amongst such of the subscribers, or iboir representatives duly authorised to receive the same, as-may then be resident in Calciitta ; from whom re.spcctively shall lie riqnircd. in addition to the certificate of Interest granted at the tune of su'.i'iription, an ifUilavit duly authenticated, or other such jiroofas cball be .siti.'^factory to the Committee, establishing the identity of such person or persons on whose life or lives any isubscriber or '.ubscribers may hold a share or shares, and also the existence of such per.sonor persons on whn.se life or lives any share or shares may he iield at the close of the said Society, previously to such dividend being ji.n'd, � � Art. I.).-" That eighteen innnths only be allowed, from the .^Qrh Juno, 1S22, f.ir such subscriber or'subscribers resident in Europe or Isevvliere, lei prove his or their claim or claims as aforesaid, who infLj- not have dime so at the first dividend: and in deliault thereof, lie or they .shall forfeit all claim whatever upon the funds of the So-' iely ; and the account will thus be finally closed on the .'Slst.dav of December, 1.S23. when a final dividend shall be made, including all such unclainicd sh.arcs amongst the then surviving suh.scribers \vho may have previously proved their claims to the satisfaction of the Coininiltre. Alt, 14.-" That any subscriber or subscribers holding any share or shares on the life or lives of any person or persons who may be i;sivkT.t in Europe or elsewhere, out of Calcutta, and whose sub-uriptions may have been paid in advance, on furnishing proof, bv iiiBilavit or otherwise,' to the satisfaction of the Committee, withiii ihe period prcsinbed by the foregoing article, of the lap3c of any such life or lives, .so insured prior to the falling due of any such c.nanerly subscripiioh or subscriptions, the same shall be-refunded 10 snch subscribersor their representatives; but forfeited, should the apphcation not be made, and the required proofs not ba furnished "ilhin ibeprcscribedpeiiod-." CRUTTENDEN, MACKILLOP, and Co. Calcutt.i. 1st Nov, ]-,S21. Secretaries and Treasurers. M OTICE.-CALCUTTA SECOND TONTINE.- -L^ Esiabhshcd 1st October, 1817, for the Benefit of Survivors.- Agreeably to a ReBclution passed 7ih instant, at a General Meetinn-�i! the Subscribers to the Second Tontine, established in Calcutta', !s; Oct. 1817, the tollowihgariiclcs from tha Rules.of the Society re-pubhshcd for the Information of Subscribers residing in Lr.vope. , '� , Art. I'j.-" Th.af. at a TVTnpliniT of tl, yise, to the satisfaction of tbe Committee, must be made prior to the ' your choice, it shall be my earnest desire to discharge them with impartiality and independence, and to uphold the franchises and dignity of the City and Corporation of London. Without aiiticipating an opposition, of which I entertain no appre-' hension, permit liie to add, that a numerous and respectable attendance at Guildhall, on Saturday next, the 28th instant, tlie day fixed for the Election, will confer an nijliirfition on Gentlemen, Y'our faithful and obedient Servant, WM. HEYGATE. Chatham-place, Sept. d3,1822. ^IIE FRIENDS of Messrs. BLE AD EN and CO. intend DINING at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate-streot: on Fridav Jv'ext : WM. THO.VIPSON, Esq. M.P. Alderman and Sheriff Elect , in the Chair. Matth. Wood, E�q. M. P. Aid. Geti. Bridges, Esq M.P. Aid. Robt, Waithman, Esq. -Aid, Joshua Walker, Esq. M. P. WilliarH S. Angell, Esq.-John Blades. E'q, John Bleadcn. Esq. \Vm B. Lutlcy;.Esq. A. Pellatt, Esq. James Brcnnan. Esq. Rich. Biook. Esq. John Brogilen, Esq. 1 bos. Carr, Esq. William Child, Esq. i'h-js. Conway. Esq. John Cowan, Esq. Gi'orge Cowie, Esq. W^illiam Day. Esq. Robert Elliott, E-^q. Eugenius penning, E.^q. Charles Foster, Esq. 'I'hos. Grcenaway, Esq. Richard Gibbs, Esq. Fiedcriek Gye, Esq, .Tohn Hamivion, Ivsq. EdAd. Hanson, Esq. Hugh Heron. Esq. Jiihn James, Esq. Robert Jennings, Esq, Saml. JoneSj Esq. Esq. stewards. Chr. S-nith, Esq. M.P. Aid; VVm. Heygate. Esq. M.P. Aid. Sir William Rawfinc John Locke, Esq. ; Chas. :Sl�rtin^_Esq.. John Perrell, Esq. Richard Petets, Esq. Edward Poynder, Esq. William Richardson, Esq. John Roberts. E q. William G. Salte, Esq. Charles A. Savage, Esq. George E. ShUttleworth, Esq. Peter Skipper, Esq. James Sinith, Eh). Robert Smith, Esq. William E. Smith, Esq. Charles Stiible, E.sq. George Stevenson, Esq. Thomas Storar, Esq. Alfred Thorp, Esq. Francis J uke, Etq. Samuel Weddell, Esq. John West, Esq. Thomas VV'illiams, Esq. ThoiiiasWihsliire, Esq. John Wild, Esq. Samuel Wright, Esq. Matthew Wyait. Esq. T. A. Loxley, E-q. Geo. Ledger, Tickets to be had of the Stewards; and at the London Tavern. NATHL SAUNDERS, Hon. Sec. nicnce, haMiig a well-ventilated School-room, spacious dormitories, an angnages. Writing and Arithmetic, Geography, and a eninplete Course of Lectures on the Globes ; also Music, Dancing, and Drawing, with Masters; together with the treatment, oppurtunities of iinprovamest, and family comforts, precisely the same as the rest of the Boarders; and, forthe satis-faclion of all parlies, atwelvomonlh'strial will be allowed. Premium for the three years, 95 guineas ; for the first year 55 guineas, to be paid on entrance.-Letters addressed (post paid) to X Y', Mr. Claik's. J'ooksi'Ucr, 20, Piccadilly, will meet atlentioM. ANTED, bv a Young Man who possesses an unexceptionable character, a permanent situation as junior CLEPvK in a Merchant's Establishment; he is capable of performing the general duties of a Counting.house under the direction of a principal, and would not have any objection to going abroad.- Letters directed, post-paid, to Q. S. No. 7j6, Paul-street, Finsbury-square, will be duly attended to. \17 ANTED as COOK, a steady Woman, where a V Y Kitchen Maid is kept, in a large Family, two Miles from Town ; also, a steady young Alan, about 20 years of age as UN der FOOTM-AN-both must have lived in a respectable Family__ Apply from 11 to o'clock, at No. 7, Mincing-lane, Fenchuich-street. City, this Week. _� CASE of REAL and EXTREME DISTRESS.- The Petitioner, a young Man, aged 53, with a Wife and Six sm.aU Children, being driven by nn.foreseen circumstances to the most wretched state of penury, is compelled to make known his forlorn .situation sy a humane and benevolent Public. The sai-d Petitioner humbly states, that he was respectfully brought up, was-Licuienairt in the Claie (West Y'ork) Local Militia, now disembodied, by profession a Chymist and Druggist, which he carried on for nine years at Ripoii, in Yorkshire, and has for the last four years resided in London; but tli:ough losses, sickness, and deaths in his family, with other severe and accidental dispensations, both himself and family are reduced to the ci uellest state of poverty in conse-qtience of the whole of his goods being sold under an execution, and opening to his exertions, whose previous activity and attention to Business can be attested by the most respectable testimonials. The smallest Donation will be most gratefully received at the following places, who have kindly offered their assistance; and by the Petitioner, II. Donkin, No. 4, Union-street, Friar-street, Black Friars-road, London ; at Messrs, Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly ; Mr. Turner, Hosier, 16.7, Piccadilly; Mr. Andrews, 167, New Bond-street; and Mr, Roake, Stationer,. 51, Strand._ LD ENGLISH SCHEME.-CARROLL, in con- junction with the other Contractors for the present Lottery, has felt it his duty to comply with the public wish, by the revival of the plain straightlforward Schemes of the old English Lotteries, in which there are no Classes, no Fixed Prizes, nor any Stock Prizes. Any further comment or recommendation ot the Scheme, on his part, must be unnecessary, as he is assured that what the Public have called for they will patronise. The present Lottery begins on the 50lh of Next Month, and contains 120 Capitals, including 3 ......... of .....,...=�20,000 3 ........................ 10,000 5.000 � �� 10 20 of.........=�2,000 ............... 1,000 ............... 500 And Eighty of 300^ and 200/. Schemes at large may be had, gratis, at CARROLL'? Fortunate Offices, 19, Cornhill, and 26, Oxford-atreet, where he Sold, iu the last and late Lotteries, a great proportion of the Capital Prizes, including Five of 30 000/. and Five.of 20,000Z. ! , _ gj^UBLlC WISH OBEYED!-HAZARD and Co JU always fee) great pleasure when it is in their power to comply with the wishes of their Friends, and the Public; and in forming the Scheme of the present Lottery, they, with the approbation of the other Contractors, adopted, as their model, the Old Lotteries most , . .. .1 . ,. r.,, _____ ____ Kt. r^._____ 1.T_ t7.____, __ aiiu Simple, as it was jjuaaiuit; lu luui^v ti. auu xjhw on the ."lOth Next Month-there are 120 Capitals, viz. iTickets and Shares are selling at HAZ.AHDand Co.'s old and truly fortunate Offices, 93, Royal Exchange; 26, Cornhill; and 5ii Oxford-street; where they sold, in the last'Lottery and preceding Contract, Three Prizes of 20,000/., besides niimerous other ^Capitals. of.........=�20,000 10,000 5.000 2,000 10......... of .........=�1,000 20........................ 500 20........................ 300 60........................ 200 AMOST desiraWe Opportunity.presents itself of Employing a FE,WHtJNDREr POUNDS, in an under-takingcompararivelyWithout risk, requiring no.personal attendance, and with a prospect of yiclding-aTi-enormous profit iii a very shoi-t period.^Eor-particiiterS) apply bv letter (post paid) to J. Johnston, Esq., No. 8. Great D.ov.ei--.street.'SouttiWark. . -- AMILIES FURNISHING have an opportunity of -U selecting at SMITH and CO.'s well-known Furniture Warehopse, corner of Great Turnstile, Holborn, frotn the most brtiliant and .surprisingly Cheap collection of town printed Chinlijes,, Merino Damasks, Moreens,. &e. ever suBmited to public ihspecw lion. The numerous novelties btought forward: by Smith and Cd., according to their ant?ual custom at this season, ore 'of a character perfectly rara and unique, exhibiting most ingenious and beautiful specimens of British manufactiire; which, for I'eal elegance, intrib-sicrichiiBss, an'dmoderiite expense, adniitof no parailnl. . SECOND, HAND PIANO-iFORTES, PEDAL HARPS, and ORGAN, good as N�w.-A Cabinet Pianoforte, not to beequalled.in touch arid tone, worth 60gs. fo'r 58gs. .--A Rosewood Cabinet inlaid, new price SOgs. for'6(5j?.s.-A Square Piano-forte, 2Sgs.r-^Adouble actioned Pedal Harp new,'cost I20i for 8t^s.-^A singleactjoir Ditto,- cost 75g3. for 4Sgs.-One';at 35J�s; Ditto, ISgs.; late the property of Ladies--A Barrel Organ,-for Church or. Chapel, lOGgs; worth 150/. - To be seen at JOHN WATLEN'S, 13, Leicester-place.-Old InstvHracnts taken iti exchange. . " - ... i ; SHbOtlN^Gi JAGjKETS, ELEGANT COATS, LAOrES' RIDING HABITS, and CHILDREN'S CLOTHES.-"A great saving-will be found upon trial, at J.RADFORD'S, Tailor. Breeches, and Habit-maker, who begs to inform Noblemen, Gentlejiieni and those wanting large quantities of fashionable, well-made-:good Clothes, that he continues to cut upon scientific principles, and tnakes to fit the human Shape, in a. superior and very complete manner, upon greatly reduced terms, for ready money; blue and black coats, surtouts, fashionable waistcoats, and a variety of new articles, jiist out for the present season,, in trowsers, pantaloons, &c. which he Segs to submit for approba'. tioh. ' Shooting Jackets and Children's Clothes. Also, Ladies' Habits made to fit in a superior and elegant nianner, by e.tperiene-ed workmen, from Five Guineas and upwards. Court Dresses and State Livifies made in'a cornplete and superior manner at little mcjre than half the regular prices. No charge will be made for any garment if its quality' and workmanship is not found lo be cqu.il lo that of any house iu London. A handsome 'suit of Servant's Livery, complete for Al. 15s., at Radford's, No. 27, east end of Piccadillv. BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. i Pfic� 4s. heativ half-bound, the Secoiid Edition, of CONVERSATIONS on ENGLISH GRA.MMAR; ii^"8 Series of Faiiiiliar and Entertaining .Dialogiles between 'a Mother and her Daughters; in which the various Rules of Gr.im.-Imar are,introduced and explained in a manner calculated to excite the iittention of Children, and at the same tiipe to convey to their nairidsae'earand cotnprehensive idea of the geiieral principles of Xar^uage; Mapted to the use of Establishments for. Young Ladies, a s.iveil as to Private Tuition, and to Praparatory Schools for Y^oung Gentfenieh. ' London,: Pdnted for Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Lepivrd. Finsbury-square.__ f^OTTU on. the AD.VIINISTRA ITON of CUI-MINAL JUSTICE in ENGLAND, and the SPIRIT of theENGLlSH GOVERNMENT. A traffslalion of the above Work, Svo. 'ooards, price .9 i. maybe iiad of Richard Stevens, No. 39. and Charles Reader, No. 29, Kei-l-yaril,-Liiicoln's-inn; Richard Milliken, Dublin, and all other Soqksellers in the United Kingdom. A'perosjlof this Work will be of material advantage lo those wlm take- an interest in the State Trials- now pending in France.' M.CoUji having elucidated ihe Judicature of that Country as well as England,-bis comparison' is'highly in favotir of the latter, which he wfetjes l�> see adopted in France.-Seethe Literary Gazette, May ll,'jQ32,.jind, Qiiartetly, Review, No. 43.' ,is R. CLARR, Dentist, (late with Mr. S. Cart-lYX Wright) begs leave to j;eturn his most grateful Thanks to those Ladies and Gentlenien who fiave honoured him with their commands, and hopes that from the decided preference bestowed, upon his itnproved method of setting'feeth in Gold, Bone, &c. to insure a continuance of their kind patronage. - '.Mr. C. begs to add that individuals who have never worn artificial Teeth may rest assured they can have them fixed both for use and ornariient without the least pain--and as he executes the mechanieara.s well as the pro. fessional part of the business himselfV he is enabled to perform in all its branches in a superior degree of neatness on very moderate terms. - No. 4, Southampton-row, Ilussell-sqiMre. N. B. Mf. C. extracts Teeih, and gives advice on the Gums, gratis, to Servants every morning from 8 till 10. rpo be LET, or SOLD; or LET FURNISHED. 1. for one, two, or three years, an Elegant F'AMILY Ht)USE, situate in a beautiful garderi. in the vicinity of Tavistock-squaro ; adapted for a tolerably large establishment, A description of this desirable residence may be known by applying at No. l, north side of Royal Exchange, bettvcen the hours of 11 and 4. LOANE-STREET.-To iie LET, with immediate Possession, a most elegant and genleel FAMILY' HOUSE, with a Garden and all suitable Offices, and Outbuildings, looking over extensive Pleasure Grounds, both before and behind. -The whole i&in complete aiid perfect sound and ornament'd repair, arid most desirably situated in the centre of Sloane-street, Chelsea,- Particulars, and letters of introduction, for a view of the Premises, may be had upon application at t.he office of Messrs. Edwards and Son, 32, Castle-street, Holborn. [TOST desirable FREEHOLD MANOR ESTATE romantic and sporting part of Dorsetshire, upon the high Turnpike-road from^Bdlh to Weymouth, within an easy drive ot ihat favourite Watering "place, and the caphal Towns of Dorchester, Sherborne atid Blandford, with possession.-To be SOLD bv PRIV.-VTE CONTRACT, by DANIEL S.AIITU and SON, by Order of the Proprietor, who has occupied and improved the properly for many years past, the valuable J\I ANOR and ESTATE of IIOLCOMB and B.ARt^OMB, comprising a newly-erected Mansion or Villa, upon a most comfortable compact scale, with suitable offices, stab, ling, double coach-house, garden partly walled, plcasure-erotinri, fish-ponds, &c., allin perfect order, and fit for immediule occupation ; also, a detached Farmi House, with the various requisite biiildings. Labourers' Cottages, and other conveniences, surrounded by 756 iicres of land, the greater part excellent meadow and pasture, with good ponds of water, and interspersed with a quantity of thriving timber, and several, ornamental Plantations and Underwoods, forming preserves for Game, desirably situated in the ci.-utre of Mr. Farqhuarson's hunt, a capital spot for keeping a pack of harriers ; only 2 miles from Cerne, 8 from De.ichoster, and 10 from Sherborne, bounded by the Weymouth and Bath turnpike road, with coaches passing daily. The poor-rates are trifling, and a tithe modus of Ijd. per head is chargeable for cow stock. A Farm adjoining would be sold, should the imrchaser require more land, and half the purchase money may remain on mortgage. . The Estate may be viewed by application lo John Miller, Esq. of Alton, near Cerne, Dorsetshire; and particulars had of Daniel Smith and Son, Surveyorsand Land .-Agents, Windsor, and Bishops- ?ate Church-yard, Londoii ; at whose Offices a plan may be seen, .etlersto he'pn.st-paid. ERKSHIRE.-Valuable FREEHOLD MANOR ESTATE, Capital MANSION, and richly varied PARK, with a fine Sheet of Water, arid Groves of Lofty Timber, altogether above 230 Acres, with detached Farm-house, Buildings and Cottages, in that justly adtnired and favourite part of the County, between Windsor, Maidenhead, and Reading, only thirty miles from London.-To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT (with possession) by DANIEL SMITH and SON, a truly valuable.and compact ESTATE, in the most desirable and beautiful part of Berkshire, within half a niile of a Church, bonndcd by, but secluded from, the high Reading,road, about a mile from a post town, and within a short drive of Maidenhead and Windsor, surrounded by an excellent neighbourhood and capital roads; consisting of a substantial aiftl spacious Family llesidence, with offices of every description, very superiornewly-erectedstabling, double coach-houses; extensive walled gardens, conservatory, and other ornamental buildings, seated immediately in ^the centre of 230 Acres, the greater part rich old Meadow arid Pasture Land, forming a fine profitable park, skirted and interspersed with lofty groves, luxuriantly stored with thriving timber, with umbrag�Dus walks and drives, refreshed by a fine sheet ef water, arid commanding delightful views over-the surrounding country. Detached is a comfortable Farm-houSe, with barns, stabling, coiv-houseSj several neat Cottages, and other conveniences for occupying or letting any part of the Estate.--For Tickets to view the Estate, and further jjarti-culars, apply, post paidV to Daniel Smith and Son, Surveyors and Land Agents, Windsor, and''Bishopsgate Church-yard. jftiNCI'NG.-In a neat pocket volume, wiib numerous coloured plates, price 9s^ boards, lOs. 6d. bound, nhHE MODERN ART of FENCING, a^reeaWy to A the Practice of the most eminent Masters in Europe. - By Le Sieur Guzman Rolando, of the .Academie des Armes ; carefully revised, and augmented with a Technical Glossary, Sec.-By J. S. FORSYTH. . .". F'encing has so many advantages in regard to iiealth and per-sonala'ppearance, that every genileman of rcspeciabiiity ought to have so striking a mark of distinction."-Lbeke nn Edxicaliou. London: Printed for S imucl Leigh, 18, Strand. LENOlR'iJ OUAIEUH Fli-.-l N (J A iS. -Fjurtn Editiuu 12mo. price 5^. R.ITIQUE DE L'OIIATEUR FRANCOIS, ou. Choix do Pieces d'Eloquence, tirees des ineillcurs Poetos et Prosatcurs de la Langue Fran^oise-, formant ui; Couis de Rheio-rique'pratique; pitr M. LENOIR. Quairidne edition, revue corrigee et angmenle/ Printed for Dulau and Co. 37, Soho scpiare, and to be had of BoOsey and Sons, Old Bru.id-slreet,__. LIVES OF EM,iN.Ei\T SCO I'S.UEN, uuh Poriraits and Embellishments, Part G, price 2s. cd. /T^HEPUBLIC are respectfully informed, timt tiie pre-JL sent Part completes " The LIVES of the POETS-" which form of themselves an entire aii.l disniiet Work, with appi-ojiriale 'Titles Indexes, &c. Siibscriber.5 wlio may not have procured all the Paits published, are requested to do so before the ."l.st of October, as at Ihiit period the price will be advanced to 3b-. each Fait, of IS", for the entire Work of " The Lves of .Su-oltish Poets." with 30 Portraits, in boards. 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An Account of some Observation? made with Mr. Daiiiell's Hygrometer in Brazil, and on Shells.'(With Plates.)-t-7. Experiments on the Oxides and Salts_ of Ur^niiitTi__.8. A Review of some of the General Principles of Physifilor^y, with the Practical Results to which they Have led. By A. P. W. Philip,. M.D. F.R.S. Edin. (concluded.)-9. On the- FRENCH WINES, BRANDIES, and STAVES, for SALE at Rotliiigdea.n, near Brighton,^-part Duty Free, for the payinent of Salvage Charges, and the remainder for the benefit of th'e Underwriters, Pursuant to a Decree from the High Court of Admiralty, and under the permission of the Honorable Commissioners of Customs and Excise; notice is hereby given, that there will be put up fo( SALE by AUCTION, at Rottingdean, by Mr. T R. WILLAllD, on Thursday 3d October, 1322, at One o'clock in the afternooB precisely, for Salvage Charges, J hogshead of Burgundy, 1 hogshead Hermitage, 1 hogshead Sauterne, 40 gallotis of Brandy, more'or less, and 15 Staves, more or less. FV lhe;,Benefit of the UnderWrite.-s, subject to Duly, about 50 Hogsheads of Claret, Burgundy,.Red and White Hermitage, Vin de Grave, Sauterue, and Barsac, and about 450 Pipe SUves. F'or Exporiatibri, about 60 Hogsheads of Claret, and other French Wines, and'1300 Gallons of Brandy, ihd greatest pare of which from is 30 to 45 per cent, over proof.; The whole-of the Articles beingvsaved from the Wreck of the Augusta, LpHvell, Master, stra.tided 7th of De'cember; 1820, on her voyage from'Bourdeaux to Bolougne. For further particulars apply to the Collector and Comptroller, Customs, Shoreham; Thomas Bearrf, Esq. Rottingdean; orj. B. Stone,- Commissioner for Sale.-Nowhaven, Sept.. 23, 1822.^.A Dejjosit of 25i. per Cent, will: be rei)uired'. 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Mem. of the Royal'lnstitute of France.-11. As-stronomical and Nautical Culleclions. No. 11 : 1. A Catalogue of the Polar Distances of tbii-ty-nine principal Stars. By the llcv. John Brinkley, D.D., Sc. &c.; 2, Polar Distances of the thirty-nine Slai-s from di'ffei-ent C^atalogues; 3. Elements i-^'a Table iif. Refraction, deduced from Observation only ; 4. Remarks on thy Astrenoroical Measurement of the Ancients.-12. Corrcclioiis in Right Ascetisidn of. thirty .six principal Stars. By James Somii, F.R.S.-13. Progress of Foreign Science.-14. Jliscellancous Intelligence in Mechanical Science; Cheniicil Science, Natural His- tory, and General Literature__15. Meteorological Journal. Printed for John Murray, Albeinarle-stiuct._^ Marquis of LONDONDEKRY. -On the 1st ot Octobln-will be published, price Two Shillings, enibellished'with,~i; Por. (rait of Lord Londonderry, (from Mr. Chanlrey's Bust).-2. 'Third llluslraiioh ot Lalla ttookh.-3. Representation of Font-hilJ Abbey..^4. Fashionable Walking and Evening Dresses, in I Colours, THE LADY'S MAGAZINE; or, Mirror of the Belles-Lcttres, Fashions, Fine Arts, JIubie, Drama, &c. for Oc toberl, 1822, containing, .among other original article.j-Character of Lord Londonderry-Barry Cornwall's Works-Original LfUerj, written by the celebrated Mary Robinson, most interestingly-illus.-triitive of the few last huonths of her Life-Claudia, a Dramaiic Sketch-^Lucy-^Description of Fonthill Abbey-.Abstract of the New "Marriage Act-Advantujres of a Conversazione-Gertrude- On the Dignity of ihe FcBiale Character-Theatrical l^riraits- The-A'ision of Virtue--.Poetical Tribute to the Memory of the Mar-qiiis of Londonderry-Epigrariis-Revie-* of New Music-Dramatic Intel;>gence-A^nsv.ersto Correspondents. London: Published by S. Robinson, Paternoster-row; sold hy J. Miller, 69, Fleet-street; J. Andrews, New Bond-street; C. Chappie; PaU.MallJ J. Anderion, Jun., Edinbtirgh; J. Kcnipstoii. 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