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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 11, 1825, London, Middlesex                                MATHEWJS AT HOME, ThU Even- THEATRK ROYAIi, KWCtrSH OPERA-HOUSE,  YiH�^IOJ^D~MASQUERADE and CAR- A NIVAL, ui)d�r thn nuipices of several of the Nobility, will take place at tlie Argyll Roomi. on Tuciday next, April la. Kor pariiculars of admuiioa, ami character tickets, Ac. ami for box�s to Tiew tiie moUey e^roup, without mixin;; in the Masquerade, apply only to the Committee, at Mr. Charles Wright**, Opera-colon uade, Haymarket, who will lupply the fineit �wiiiei on th� occaiion *rh� majkf, doininoj, au'd moitiuperb fancy dreuet* will be luppUed preyiom to and on ih� nipbt of the Maiquerade, at tba Rooms. Tha  ipp�r, consiitinr of every dalicaey of the season, will be terred iy Ueiiri. Waud, Hond-itroet. No. 10,426.] MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1825.        {Price 7d A MR. KIES WRITER most respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, his Friends, and the Pablicin general, that his CONCERT sriU take pLice on Monday, the istb of Jona, by per-inLision uf Wiliinm Curtis, L'sq. at his Mansion, No. �l, Portland-place. TickeU, ouc Guinea oach, can be obtained, of Mr- Kienretter, No. it, Gerrard-street, 6oh.. Full particulars of the Concert will be duly nnnouuccd. QUEEN'S COLLEGE, Oxford.-The ANNI-VERSART MEETING of the MEMBERS of this COLLEGE will bo holden at the Thatched House Tavern, St. JaniOs's-street, on Thursday next, April If.-Dinner at Sixo*Clock. STEWARDS. Rev. John Lamb. D.D. I   W. G. Mnton, M.D. Rev. W. Benson, D.D. |   ilawelyn .Merrick, Ksq. LL.B. Gentlemen intending to Dine, are requested to siguify the same at the Office of the Thatched House, hy the tath. NEW INFITtlVTARY, at CHICHESTER.- To BUlliDEIia and Others.-Notice whereby giren, tlialthc PI.Tns and SpeciBcntions of tlie Intended Infirmary (arrangrcd to nc-commodale FiCly Vnticnls), -will be ready for inspection nt the office of Mr. Draper, ArobUcct, in the South-street, Chichester, by the 13th of April. AU Persons willing- to Contract far the same, are requested lo send their Tenders, scAled up, and addressed to Dr. Fnrlies, Clii-chester, Sccrelary to the Committca, on or before tlic i9ih instant.- N.R. The different Artificer!!* Work to be tendered for separately-Uy order of the Committee. CMchcstfrr, April g, lSi.S. JOHN FORBES, Sccrelary. OCTeTY for the PREVENTION   of CRUELTY to ANIMALS.-A Prospectus, eiphinatory of the Views of this Society, together with their Tarioui Publications, may be had of Messrs. RiTiiigtons, St. Paul's Church-yard; HatcharJ and Son, Piccadilly; and Messrs. Whilmore and Femi, Charing Cross. Dunntious and Subicriptioits nrc receiyed at the followiup Rank-inp-houscs:-Messrs. Hammcrsley and Co., Pall-man; Messra. Fry and Chapman, Mildrcd*s-court, Poultry ; Messrs. Martin, Stone, and Itlartin, Iiombard-street; aud at Mr. Hatchard*s, Bookseller, Piccadilly. AU fom muni cations are requested to be addressed, freoofpost-apr, to the Secretary, at the Society'sNew Rooms, No. 7*, Quadrant, Reffent-itreot. RcT, A. BROOME, Honorary Secretary. J. WARTIN, Esq. Banker, Treasurer. __T. HARPING, Collector._ GREEK LOAN, 1826.-Pursuant to the Con-dition wJiich enables the Contractors of this Loan to Purchase a certain Portion f the Loan of 19*4, they have made a second Redemption of Bonds to the amount of 90,0lK)i. Stock, of which the following are the particulars:- IBoudsof lOOf. cnch. Nos. �5S	953	317	6SS	539 MO	Ml	547	518	SOS Hii	9ie	9S7	SIX	9J9 -JTO	971	9-i	97i-	1007 J068	18BS	1070	list	1317 134 S	13ril, at One o'clock, ponctaaJlj-, to consider tlie ex pcdieucjr of Petitioning Parliament for a Ilevision of the Com Laws. The Right Hon. the LORD MAYOR in the Chair. N.D. All communications to be addressed to John Hall, Eiq., Ifo Circus, Mi.iories. PERUVIAN MINING COMPANY.-Notice Ts hereby given, that the Deed for the ropuLition of this Company will lie for Signatures nt the Banking- House of Mesari. frys and Cbapraau, St. Mildred's-court. in the City of London, untii Monday the ISth inst. before which time the Subscribers are requested to attend between the hours of Tea and Four, either iu pcnon or by attorney and execute the same, and receive Certificates as Shareholders, in ox change for tUa Baokars* RcceipU, or their Shares will be forfeited. By order of the Directors, April 9, )S25. H. I. BROOKE, Managinff Director. N- B. Forms of Power of-Attorney may be had, on application at Mosirs. Frys and Chapman. ENGLISH AND BRISTOL CHANNELS SHIP CANAL.-An adverti�emcnt having appeared in the Newspapers, requesting the Subscribers to execute what is called *' the Subscription Liit," aud stating that " the Book" would be nt certni jilaces for that purpose; It is proper to inform the Subscribers and :n. Public, who may happen to be Shareholders, that the document alluded to is notbing more or less than n Deed, whereby the persons who siga it enter into a Contract, binding themselves, their heirs, executors, anrt'dininistrators, for the full payment of their several Subscriptions,ofl00Z. per Share, from which they cannot afterwards Tetrnct or withdraw, aud that notwithstanding any subsequent transfer of their Shares, they will always r.main personally liable to the full amount ofthe Shares for which they now sign " the Sabscription List N. BllOADMEAD, Soliditor for the Landowners who are now opposing the Ship Ciinftl in ParliameaU JTNITED KINGDOM ESTATE ASSOCIA- %J TION.-Thi� Asiociation is formed for the PURCHASE and SALE of FREEHOLD ESTATES in GREAT BRITAIN and IRE LAND, and particularly of Land, eligibly situated for Letting co Building Leases. The Capital is TWO MILLIONS, in 30,000 Bhare* of lOQi. each; a Sura whiqh, it is calculated, may be most profitably employed in the Pwrchajo of Freehold Property beyond the reach of individual enterprise. A proportion of the Shares will beset apart for Country Applicnnts and those rciident in Ireland and Scotland. A Deposit of �/. per Share to be paid^n the Appropriations being announced, and the remainder by Calls, not exceeding B/. per Share at one time. A more detailed Prospectus -will be published i n a few days. In the mean time Application-* fur Sharoa wiJfbe received by Messrs. Fisher and Norcutt, 10, Holborn-conrt, Gray'i? Iini. NATIONAL DRUG and CHEMICAL COM PA NY. Capital-j?s50,o�o in lo.noo Shares ot Sil. each CHAIRMAN-Robert Campbell, Esq. DIRECTORS. John Evans, Esq. James Harding, Esq. IH.Faraday,Esq. F.R.S. S. H. Israel.lEsq. J. J.I.Smith, Esq. and Alderman Arthur Aikin, Sac. S.A. R. W. Barchard, Esq. J. G. Cbildron,Esq. K.R. S, M.W. Clifton," Esq. George Davies, Esq. Joseph Dimsdale, K�q. AUDITORS-A. A. Mieville, Esq. and Wm. Hammond, jun. Esq. INSPECTORS-J. A. Paris, M.D. F.R.S., Fellow of the ColUge of Physioiani, and C. D. Yeats,M.D. K.R.S., Fellow of the College of Physicians. CHEMICAL SUPERINTENDENT-Mr. Richard Phillips, F.R.S L. and E. BANKERS-Messrs. Barnard, Dimsdales,and Barnard; and Messrs, Wright .-ind Co. The views of the Company will extend to the Home and Export Trade, as well as to the Wholesale Supply ef the Profession and Public with uoadulterated Drugs and Chemicals of the best (Juali-ty at reasonable Prices. No Retail Business whatever will he done by the Company. Until the appointment of a Secretary, the Banker* of the Com^-any hnve consented to receive applications for Shares; and a period will shortly lie fixed for the distribution thereof, when the Parties to whom they are appropriated will be informed, and a Deposit of U. each requireiMo be iiaid. -i� Bonds of aooi. each. MEXICAN 5 per Cent. Loan.-Notice is hereby given, tliat in consequence of Stipulations in the Conlrnct concluded between Don Francisco de Biiija Migo'ni, Agent to tlie Mexican Uovtmment, and ilesirs. B. A. Goldschmidt and Co. Certificates ofthe above Loan, to the amount of 62,700/., over and above the ordi-jjary Sinking Fund stipulated for in the general bond,* have been purchased with the first instalmeut of the sum directed to be set apart from the jirococds of the lait loan negotiated for account of the Mexican Govei-ument, for the imrshase of Certificates ofthe iimt Loan; .nd that such CERTIFICATES were yesterday CANCELLED and deposited in the Bank of En^"ind by his Excellency General Jon Mariano de Michelena, Minister Pleuipotentiary from the United Stnlos of Mexiso to Great Britain, jointly with Messrs. B. A.GoMschmidt and Co. and iu the presc;ice of Mr. John Newton, Notary Public. CblRTIFICATES CANCELLED. Letter B 37	2545"	SOG7	6272	8203	9S63	11637	13519	15JGI 91	35C2	4019	6273	8201	9S61	1I73G	1353	1520 5 95	ian	4163	6291	S205	9565	II751	IJifS	I52(v. Ui	2633	42G4	6295	820a	9566	11760	13050	15267 ISO	5Gi9	4W5	6296	S207	9507	USIS	13663	1 biW 323	SC9i	4579	6297	8231	9563	11S31	I3GfiO	15291 m	270S	4fi0i	6293	8317	9570	11859	IS'yW	154- 22 1950	S753	6145	7SIt	9518	11257	1S135	15216	159i3 2Si9	SG59	6152	7SH	9565	11292	13171	15218	 S271	3772	0161	7Si45	0G20	11319	13211	15219	 S12T	S991	6221	TS95	06SS	11322	I322S	1522*	 SICB	3919	6230	SOSG	9721-	11170	13363	15213	 S17S	3059	6261	8203	9S99	1162S	13368	15303	 Together Four Hundred and Eighteen Certificates of One Hundred and Vifty Pounds each, amounting to Sixty-two Thousand Seven Hundred Pounds; HE LEASEHOLD ESTATE INVESTMENT COMPANY.-Capitel   1,000,000 Sterling, DIIIECTORS. �rWaltcrStirling,Bart.F.R.8.A.8 Jlir Henry llycroft li^or General Dun�an Darrosk Kicholas Brown, Esq. Charles Hirlsy, Esq. James Irving, Esq. Benjamin Linthomc, Esq. William Heald Ladlow, Esq. William Rothery, Esq. John Soan�, Eiq. F.R-8. R.A. William Wilkinson, Esq. Thomas Young, Esq. BANKER8-8ir Walter Stirling, Bart. Stirling, andHodsol; Messrs. Williami, Burgcss, and Williams. SOLICITORS-Messni. Freshfigld, Kaye, and Freahfie) d. SURVEYOR-George 8mitl., Esq. At a period when British c.ipital, to almost an incalculnhle amount, luisbeen eipeudcd in foreign speculation"! beyond the control of the odrenturcrs, and consequently ofa nature doubtful and hazardous, the prudent mind is uaturally directed to such invesimantjj at home, as afford security for the capital, and at the same time hold out a reason-ble ftiKiieclation of a higher rate of profit tlmn can be obtained from the public fundi!. Owing to tbe great increase of wealth :tnd population the building of housnsupon leasehold estates has, in all parts of Great Britniii.boen carried o� to an unespccred estent, but at the amne time not to exceed the demand. Individual capital has been, and continuei trt he succesifuKy emb.irked in iuratmentB securcil uj)rm Jensehold estates, and owing to the great increase of buildings, there is still nande room for the beneficial employment of capitJilin this deseriptioa of security. Leasehold property is constantly offoring for sale, upon tcrmn most gdvantageoui tothc pKrchaner, and it has therefore been suggctted by eaiJitalis'i of experience and respectability, that a Public Company, proiierly inktituted,.iMd -with a capital and establishment, excluoively Jjiriictrd to thit object, would produce very beneficial rcsulu. I'pnjn cnlculations that are the result of actual experience, it ii aa-certained that a capital, inTCsted in the purchase of leasehold estatas, would .ivera^c a retura of from G to 8 percent.; ar.dthe description pf security would alway.s protect the Company against disappoint-�Qpnt in the receipt of its income, and tkus secure to the Proprietors the regalarity in dividend, which it is proposjcd shoaldbe madcbalf-yoariy, at the rate of a. percent,, leaving the surplus profit to be invested in creation of a fund, to be divided at future iieriods among the Proprietors, in sudi mnnner as may be hereafter agreed upon. It is well known that persons engaged in buildings of acknowledged �lihlic utility, are often unable to reap the advawtages of their spocu-lationafrom want of money to complete them. This Company would, at nil times, be prepared either to advance capital upon part, or make uurchaBcs, so as to eaablc the tradesmen to carry their undcrtakioss iMTo effect. The Capital to be divided into 2�,000 Shares, of Mi. each, upon which a deposit of ii to be immediately paid, and the remainder by calls, not exceeding 5/. per Share at one time. The affairs of the Company to be managed by a Board of Directors, consiiting of a Chairman, Deputy Chairman, and ten other Directors ; and 20 Shares to con^itute a qualification for a Director. Applications for Shares to be made to any of the Directors; Sir Wnlier Stirling, Bart-. Stirling, and Hod&ol, Bankers, Strand; Messrs. Williams, Burgess, and Williams, Bankers, Birchin-lanc ; or to Mr. Oeyrge Smith, Arcliite�t and Surveyor, Bread-strefl-hiH. WELSH IRON and COAL MINING COM-PANY.-Notice U hereby given to the Holders of Scrip in thji Company, that the Directors have resolved on mnhhig a CALL of FIVE POUNDS per Share, to be paidon or before the SOth inst. and alio RH i-isning 8hiires in lieu of Scrip Receipts; and the Scripliolders are therefore requested, either by themselves or by their authorized Agents, (o attend at the Offices of the Company, No. 40, Broad-street Buildings, on any day (except Sunday), between the Honrs of Twelve aud Four, from tlie llth to the SOth inst. for the purpose of paying to a Committer of Director.^, who will attend at the Offices, the amount of llie Call OB the Shares held-ni�o for the purpose of exchanging the Scrip for t);ie Sharet, and ofsi;''ning the Deed of Settlement, which has been approved by the Board. Shsuld it be inconvenient to any Scripholders to attend for the purpose of signing the Deed, printed forms of Po^rers of Attorney may be procured at the Olhces, empowering person! to execute the Deed for them, it being determined by the Director! that no 5cripholder can receive Shares for .Scrip until he ItiiH fufcl signed tht Deed of Settlement, and no Scrip can be ex-chanced for Hhnres nfter the 30th inst. By order Of the Directors, JOHN LAWFORD, Secretary. 40. Broad-street Buildings, April 6. IS^&. IMPERIAL  DISTILLERY COMPANY__ Ciiiiitnl-jgGOO.OOO, in 12,000 Shares or �s� each. TRUSTEES.    . Hamiic) Bojnnquet, Eiq.          I   Joiin FreJerick Piroo, Eso. Pelor Moore, Esq. M.F.            | DIRF-CTORS. n. M. BARRETT, Esq. M.P., Chalrm.nii. William llusscll, Kiq. M.P. .Matthew Sultcta, Esq. Colonel Talbot, M.P. Robert Talbot, Esq. Jobn WilkJ. juu. Esq. WilliHrn Aston, Esq, J. r. Ca-� tliorne, Esq. M.P. John Dunst^n, l-'.sq. .lolui Gray, Esq. Koilert Hone, Ksq. A. W. Mnckinnon, Esq. F.U.S AUDITORS-John Campbell, Esq., John Fairlio,  Esq., aud Wm Kershaw, Esq. BAVKEIIS-Messrs. I!osam|Uct, Pitt, Andcriliui, anil Co. STANDING COUNSEL.-Charles BeUainy, Esq. .and John Evans, Esq. SOLICITORS-Mensrs. Fislier.nnil Nnrcutt, Gray's Inn. DISTILLER-Mr. Thomai B.ainl. ENGINEER-Mr. William Griffith. SECRETARY-Mr. William Lane. The Shares hftving been nllottetl* no Turtlicr ai)L)iications can be re-ceiTcd. All communication* on the business of this Company, to be address, ed to the Secr�tary, nt the Offices of the Company, No. 9, Mark-lane. Prospecluies may he had on application to the Solicitors, No. 10, Holborn-court, Gray** Inn ; atthe OiBcesofthe Company; and at the Bar ofthe City of London Tavern. EACONFIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, JVo. S, Cliatham-place, Blackfriant;  No. IS*, Regent-street, Oiford-sirect, London ; and No. GO, Great Kiug-slreet, Edioburgli. DIRF.CTORS. John Wray, Esq. Chairman. Henry Hallam, Esq, Deputy Chairman, Benj. Anilcy,Esq, Henry J. Bouveric, Esq. James Bridges, E.sq. William P. Craufurd, Esq. Robert Ferguson, Esq. GeorgeHammcrslcy, Esq. J. Adair Hawkins, Ksq. Robert W. Hay, Esq. R. J. Wilmot Hoi-ton,Esq. M.P. Licat..Gen. Huglie^ David Laing, E*q. John Lainssn, Eiq. Sir Peter Laurie Sir Gregory A. Lewin Thomas II. Longdcn, Esq. James Mansfield, E�q. James Mackenzie, Ehq. Laurence B. Morris, Esq. Archibald Smith, E�q. William Sotheby, Esq. Sir Patrick Walker Abraham WcJIand, Esq. MANAGING DIRECTOR-Jnhn Clark, Esq. AUDITORS-\V. Petne Craufurd, Edward Penryhn^ and J. Abel Smith, Esqrs. Twenty-five per Cent, abatement of the ordinary Premium of Tn-surance on Private Dwullings; a reduction, proportionably liberal, on all other desrripiinn of property ; andun allowance of Five per Ccwt-in all cases, on the Duty payable to Government. REDUCED RATES. On BwellingHoKses and Furniture, not hazardous............, Prem.	Duty.	Total. s. d.	3. d.	s. d. |. c	2 10	*  P'r �lOO. jl   9	2 10	4  7 do.   do. r.i 9	9 10	4  7 do.   do. Farming Stortt............. - Bankers-Messrs. Hammersley aud Co. Pall-mall, and Sir Peter Pole, Bart. Thornten, and Co.  Bartholomew-lane, London ; and Mesir.-. Kinnear and Son, Ediuhurgh. No average  n the very last Lottery, No. 12.179,a Prize of SO.OOOi.; andscrerat other C;ipitals ; To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDW STOCK. Ladies and Gentlemen, HAVING received very flattering encouragement from various quarters, and particularly from many of my Friends of this City, I am induced to offer myself as a Candidate To the Situation of ono of your Directors. Some very respectable Gentlemen having already mado pretensions to year *uj>i>ort, I shall not venture to interfere with them on any immediate occasion ; but I now take the liberty of informing yen, that it is my intention to solicit the honour of your votes wkenever a fit open lag pr.scnts itself. My mercantilff pursuits from oarly life have accustomed mc to active habits of b\isiness, and if I am so fortunate as tn he placed in the situation to which 1 asi>irc. I promise you a faithful and zealous discharsa of the duties imposed upon me. I have the honour to be. Ladies and Gentlcmsn, Your most obedient .Servant. ^ HENRY ALEXANDER DOUGLAS JM,Oli Broad-jtrcet, llth Ajiril, IW. GYPTlXN~f0WBT"di^H^^^ii^b7"tTi^^^^ Mr. BELZONI.-Tho EXHIBITION of the EGYPTIAN TOMB IS NOW OPEN, at 3S, Lcicestcr-viuaro__In consequence of the ox- traordinary expenres ineuiTcd by Mrs. Bclioni in takinjlit down at Paris, couveyin;^ it to this conntry, and ercctimr it here, with the addition of the Hall of Six Pillars, the price of admisiion is Ss.-Open from Eleven till Six. HULL and LONDON STEAM PACKETS The Public are most respectfully informed, that those well itm>wn heaotlftti Stoa� Packets, PRINCE FttEDBKICK �nd YORK SfllREBlAN, will run, durinp the Season, from Custom-house Quay T#Uh Goods and Passengers, every Tuesday and Saturday ftlominp, precisely at Seven o'clock, vir.-.-Prince Frederick, Captain Eyre, ev�ry Tuesday Morning; Torkshir�man, CapUin Foreman, every Saturday Morning. These elegant vessels have most excsllont ac-COKimodations for Passengers, with aenarats: Cabins for Ladies and Female Atteidantj. Fares-Best Cabm, II. lis. Bd.; Fore Cabin It. Is. ; Children half-price. HASTINGS NEW POST COACH, th PARAGON, in Eieht Howrs, leaves Nelson's Office, 5S, Pieca-dill.v, nod BuU Inn, Ald^tito, every Morning, at Half-past Eight, through Dattle and Tunfiridge, to the Coach Office, in tho Priory Hastings. This Coach carries only four inside, and will bo found n cheap, safe, and commodious conveyance for Families. THE CREDITORS of the late THOMAS PRINNOTT, Oldli.im-street, Manchester, Innkeeper, who were Creditors on the SOth day of October last (the date of the A^^isrnment), arc requested to send in, immediately, to Meiirs. Law and Cnatea, Solicitors, 13, Piccadilly, Manchester, a Statement mf their Claims against his Estate, in order that tliey may be oiamined previously to a Dividend, -which is intended, forih-vdth, lo be made of the Estate and Effects of the said Thomas Prinnott. TUiTiON.-A~Married CLERGYMANTaTM of Oxford, wishes to enpa-c in tlie CLASSICAL TUITION" of .SIX PUPILS, or in the PREPARATION of YOUNG MEN for either of the UNIVERSITIES, �whom he-H-ould receivo into his Family, and treat, in every respect, ,1.3 members of it. The houaa ii pleasantly si-tuated in a very healthy part of Wot Bromwifh, on the Great North and Holyhead Road, lUoiig which Coaches ar� succeaiiraly passing-from and to all parts of the Kingdom.-Apply (by letter, jjost paid) to R. y. Post-office, West Bromwicli. PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, m.ade^ in a cause -ffhcrein ** Christiana Coiyland, �widow, and others" arc plaintiffs, and " Thomas Davison and others''' arc defendants, such persons as have any claims affeotin^ the VICAR-AGP:S ofCOOMBE, in tlie county of Southampton, and HARTBURN, m the county of Northufnberland, are to come in and prove their claims before Francis Paul "Stratford, Esq. one of the Masten of tiie said Court, at his Chambers, in Southampton-buildinps, Chancery-lane, Lnndon, on or before the 30tU day of April, lSi5, or, in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded the benefit of the said order.- Withy, Solicitor, Buckingham-street, Strand.      _____ \ GENTLEMAN, a widower, havinc; more room Sm- in hi.~crti-ridini cf tbo Count)  !-rcJ(; ; E�tat�]ay.i:ii rin; f-nc?, iinil contains ^--rei anaputure land anci-jdin. about 33 acro> o; cAa ti ins pUiitationi>conTCDie3tlv divided if.  IJCctirely called a.n(l k LOW HAWK HILL, sutMtanlia! farm-hous? each ; tbe whole in czc^-lie-it rc in^bed^es, full of v.ilunble t!ln^:er trr-.. patiou of respectable tenrintij at rt-''-. ".i, proveditatc ofthe times, of :\.oiri:'.-r- ^- . getber, forcibly a tnoit demrabie obi..i-t The tcnr\iit5 upon Ibc rC5i.et;iTe V.-iri.".-, v. tb� Estate may be seen, and further n.i r (if by letter, po^l paid) to Mr. O. .Mkfu^ Lothbury, London, -iTbo wiil treat tor in.-and Gray, Soliritor?, York; .Me^^n. Jii York;; and of -llr. J, COnivJortlj, Nottinsliainibirc. a-, the .SiURE.S. "Id HOLLING.SOROVE. - - dtt^- irou^h II. . axaule, ms.r-. 1 Ian ' Ifsat i!-srs>% I -: l:-"^ atuc::? � i;iv.--.t:nent to tn ; ' lii r.':i:)\T tbc i.ti;;e- � LuLir., itad, upo;i r, u, >obcitiir, 2. Chill aine ; .ii,o of Meiir yre, l.,.,:, ANTS.-^Tu be >01 1) TRACT, a FilPlKlIOLI) V.ST tlju about 7 miles PorL-imouth Tur:;;)ikc-rLai.!. ^.n lia.TjbJedon. frcn !Th;t:h tO' Havnnt. Itconiriini .ibtiiit i-n, in ineadQ-v nnd pnitnre, n iid ;i iinii:'!  i subitantial  dweliinj-house.   -.vj^li  ^jjr rnam^, kitchen, pantry, dair \ ftrw years since erected ; aiul an m. I:, choice fruil-treui; -i br.ck at-iiiL-ri iI.id uient out-bon-^eJ.   Tliere ij an ^ixcrii  i'.a tho iron j; iiiveitmeiu cf c^n 1.-For pnrtirui.irj tV. Mmchm, ] !   itjr, 3 T -ELIGIBLE PITRCHASE, DEVO:^,^iV> : Jli   SOLD  by   PRIVATK   ( ONTIIACT,  a  nic = :  desirable   . SIDENCE, lituated  bet^e^-n 1 avijirx.-k. Piymoutli, ai;d Dcvo:!;: It consiqti of an e>cellcr.t Hiiuio, O-u iferu, PL-i.ntaLJ(;::. cc. fit f.- ' .-reaidence of a g-entaei Family, vit.'i a'l.i.:*^      aerc3 of L       I        r. spectable ten.inl-i. The Est-i'.e        v.\ x v^ry g'-jod i-aini::;; J:-. nccarditi^ to the  in:ouH ft' :ibif n-ini-i"'. ;rai several Jcde;     c-^pi-'J tin, and le.id, ruiuiiiip ihrnu^-lt if.   The .ituatica  n beauti.''u!.  rr-; "tvooded and watered, atid the |jlantari.)n^ are very thrivini:, of liet-.rei^ 30 and 1*) year-*" ^^'�     Alto-etber it forin.-i a mast dc^irabl - r : sideuce, and one rarely to be uhtamoti, ht^iu^' in .-i i;rj5i!y rir'pc.'    .' neiphhourhood,-ivhere ElHldns", '-ilioucing-, .i:ul tiuntinir, are jiarii,.       i good.- Every inform;i ti.'.i ma v be h.iii on n pp'.ica tion (if I'y J.>tt-.^r, paiil) to Mr. Shav.-, l-^, L-;iy-;;I.-irc, Loiuluu ; .Mr. W. .Martin, p.j-it-^>-� Tavihituck; or .Mr.  H. T.  Lakcman. I.aail Surveynr, ."Miltoa Anb-:tl Devon, who uiJl -iv.' .-hi ovAcr lo Mf-v  rl;-? K-itafo. -iad -li' inir-ji.jL bciup at N'>. h,  DuYereu7:-ri;urr, TtMniii-'.    !.-,:lii:i, Crovn u---" U'"^ -April to the 3tb  of May, wliere i m.ip i'l-i.-ai-.-'ej l!;.i>      '.��c'l-- Tlie Fixtures .iiul Furniture miy be ,!t ,t vaiuatu-a ; ;i had uf the hnu?e, :;-arilei;^. and ibout ,u Tl"! i^f the land, r - .". short notice; ami ]iart  f the pure Ua-iti ni v laay rctr.aiii. �� '-� rity of the }*remi.ies,  at   i  y.-r  rear.    '} '.if   F.^Uitc h:^ 'j ; .-: famed fur the superiority "i the ciiii_'r li-.tuf on it; a.n(l t.;.^ >t.:.; ��-r �. are nearly ?0 acres, Tliere ia a capital v".)rn or iTour laili 'i '-'� i a conatant supply of tr-ter la iLje tinejt j - Herefordshire-Moit eii^'iblc Prf-miif. vate Ucsidence.-To be .SOLD by TRAM, nt the Swan Hote!. iu the t day of May, 1^-25, betweea nouiu uil thoie Dc�irable F "07"HITCHU]lCIi "  compriiiiii;: a u.i i;-, rnitory. conveuietir atr and garden,-with .\bt)uL tarec n iu the plo.tianl villag^e of vV ti brated rivers Wye arid i,.drr.Mi mouth, and ^ii from Roi: . [or a Cla:, = ical Scii " .�lUCTION, b� JOH ^0 of Ilo-HS, 0:1 Fri-ili/ of Four niui .Sit i;^ Lie i[ Ai;. ;:a:bb London, Briitnl, Heref There i* a ^-overnment n money may remain on ii iluatinii. For a view ot  the P   : letter i>oi,t3'^c pau]> i -Mr. Bryan, -uiicU.-r, M. B^)a^ders under liisriir   . Capital Premise*. -f^t-An eli-ii.!.' ^HE lonn; M  ^.Sl; best part "f Che.f u iiiJr. office. The Htmsf ia uinrt- i bourhood, -tiid well ralculat. or the situation ia mo-it rr Bazaar. Enquire of Me^.rs. .S-   c , H 0 i 1 riina Landi in tiie County of \vi:-i.ouior .^uir. -� ] i ALXTrON, ^ichia r. ^       I burjjb, on Wedue^dnv. ti;*' ijtb duv oi Mav the Afternoon, if :n-.t nr.'v imi-iiv , irardi of -ie-^ are ai able. >lr% . anil nt r-st--.Mf ^n noit pnrt,  ayou'UrTu    ip'"-^i rf.     I u-- r--:n.ii acrei of youn^ thnviPE- ]-i;!iii (ii':v^. m . inniu ed) and e^CfUenl pasture  Ij.-ium.     i;ir':-r-;:ame on the prjjitTt V. a [1(1 I [ i. pi;ia v. t\n i,-u i-nut-iii^ lakes lu tac ,-.niiii \. The whole ot it'... e I-Hin:. ;n i. -. Farm-houses n:\ii Uifu r^; ar'' i:i .-..i,   ,i;�,111� o iub-,Laut'al rcnuaf^.    I ftte. _^F"rfurther partirul.ir'.. a:Milv ti .mc. iv.i.':;ar �Votmiiliiier; or In ,).'ii:;t. W'rni.*.. i',-.;. V, Howe-Street, K-].nburg!i. m ir.n-^c^ a-'n Plans of Hid E^tat , A ;n.-ti r.;i vi.t aa. 1 r^i;^; Ai^ent, ^0. Pall mall, Loiid>in �.      rJ i.-'.i la     m.'-. b'j iia-l  >�:' M;-_-;-. bion, Lij;lil f .>t. and  R.^?^v�J, Sniiril. r iquar*;; Meisr?.  Sewell :ir>'i idarii. ^>� Fountain Inn^, i'nrtauioutb and ( .i-vc-.: Ii'.' mpton; aad nt rlie Auctic'i Mart. L'r.il :�� OFFICERS in the Kind's or Hon. East India Com-pany^ Service, and CIVILIAN'S proceeding to TROPICAL CLIMATES, are iaformed that thoy can lay in the WHOLK of their OUTFIT for the v�yag� and supply for arrival at Wb�Ic�ale Prices-say, white jean and lattean trowsers from ii. to lOi.; ditto ifitcoats, 4^. to 61. ; ditto jacketa, 73. to Us. ; Ruuia drill trowsers, to When made to-order lo par cent, cifra.   Full-tize plsia cotton sbirt% 2s. 9d.; g'ood at *3. and excellent at ba.   Ladieu are fur-oiihed with their Outfiti on similar termi.  Shippiug- iufurmatioa given to person.^ eoing- abroad.-SILVER and Co. (late Arrowsmitb and Ivcr) 9, Cornhill, near the Maiision-honje, London. A NTI-CORK,OSIVE PERCUSSION GUN- TWO 11UNDRED THOUSAND POUNDsT -All TO-MOllROW-All in Sterling Money-All Lottcriet will soon end-All Prizes. No Blanks !-G. CARROLti solicin attention to the jiresont Scheme, .ind is sorry to state it is one of the List oppor-tniiitio^ to obt.'titi ,1 lar{;e Fortune for .1 small Sum, Govcrmncnt liavinij detennineil to abolisli Lotteries for ever. The .�f heme foRtaiiis Four Prizes of .fio.txIO '. With Thirty otlinr r.ii)itals, &c. &c. nmountiui; to .�300,01)0 ! All in One Day, NEXT TUESDAY, I3tK April. Tickets ami Shares for the nhnvo Srhcme, All To-morrow, 12th .^yril, .ire now on S.ale at CARROLL'S Offices, 19, Cornlllll; 1, CharinB-cross; nnd 36, Oxforil-strcct; -where be lately sold Four Prizes of 90,0001. in Four Months.___ BISU cannot impress on the minds of his best Friends, the Public, too sirong-ly, tlint this is one ofthe last op-jiortunities to gain a lar^e Fortune by a small risk, as Lotteries must soon terminate for CTer.-TO-M0B.ROW, all must be Drawn.- Four Prizes of .f 50,000, with Thirty other Capitals. There are ^o Blanks, every Nuinber is sure of ^5.atJeflsi, raakioff a Grand Total of r-200,000, ALL TO-^lORllOW, (I9lh Aiirih. A varicly of Numbers arc on Sale at BISH's Offices,4, Cornhill,and 9, Charinp-rros!; �berc, in tho short siiacc of Three Months, viz. m October, NoYcmbcr, and December last, he shared and sold S,�'S........a Prize of........jg30.00O IS,T..........................  30,000 No.  C99..........................   90,000 15.301..........................   20,000 \b,iV,..........................   20,000 And 99 minor Oa^ntals. N.B. In every Lottery drawn in APRIL, BISH has been iiartiru-larly fortunate in sellinp Capitals.  Jn one April he sold ALL l"� Three -fiO.OOO-an event unparalleled in Ixittcry Annali.  lnue�o> April tab been dcsijnalCiJ BISH'S LUCKY MONTH! unptoii-s'reet.Soho, beg-leave to inform the Xnhility, Gentry, and Sportinj; World in General, that tlieir Po-o-der. liavinj received the decided approbation of ftUsfho have hitherto u-ied it, may he liad in the various forms oft'aps and Patches, .-it per l,ov*i Halls ami fir.iin. It is Avarranted neither to c^Trode the gun, -.s-herchT flic lunst valu.able Karrels are so �.oon renilered daii;^enms. nor to mi^a fire. Samples sent (free ot ex)iein-e> to any part of the kinpil.'m, on rereiv-iiifC a letter (post paid") ^!-lth an impression of the lop and hotlom of the sized cap recpiired. on the seal-To prevent imjfosilir.ii. all Cans, &r. made by F. .1. and Co. are sold, seah-d up, in cases of-330 aud .'.Oo, witli tUeir signature on tliom. -An ano-.vnnre to the Trade-N.B. Chemical Tests and Ajiparatus oft-very description. CUEASE'S CHEAP PAINTS.-The f.^llow-in? much-approved Clicap Paiuti. continue to be manufactured by JAMES CREASE and SON, iJ, \Ves.t Smithfitld, for out-door purposes, viz.:-Invisible Green, SGs. and 464. pt'rc\rt., or iniiedforusc atCd. aud 7d. per lb.; Intisiblc" Olive, Sfis. ])t'r r\rt., nr mixt.'d at Sd. per lb.; Olive Greens, Sd., M., and Is. fid.; Superior Grecnu in Poi?--dcr, or in Oil, at per lb.; SiMnJsh Olive, 33. Sd. per lb.: Patent Gr.n&5 Greeni,23. Gil. and per lb.; Anti-Corrotion P.-\ints, iu Powder, of variouB Colours. For Vonctian Blinds, &c. Uieir celebrated Japan, or Varniih Green, in bottles, nt Is. 3d., 23. Gd., and m. each. For tn-donr purposes, White Paint of tuiicrior quality, mixod for use, at 7.id. per lb.; Dead White at lod. per lb.; Aromatic Paints, Is. per lb. White Lead, Stone-colour, Lp:id-colour, Liuseed Oil,Turpentine, Brushes, Varnishes, Ac. &c. Cheap Tar paint, a Chocolate colour, ready for me, .-md requiring; no he.it, in casks of 40lb. to TOlb- at l{d. P�rjb^^i:rc^ii^iwi f'arr:3,cumpri3J.Tj-of SiWitatute aerea of �xc  to the towns ot" Manrlu'str'.- nml S t.-c ^ po rt c-'.-'-la and writer rarriit_;;(:-, l!if.'y prci'--ut ^Vii Upon tba Rivori ar aiidiituatioiia T7uli i\<\ rictorica upon  ihc \n :�: ih^ F^trxt--^ Printed partivulara t'Jd ^.tr tlie erectin:! (.{' Ill irru: ritlvu-. laid Cr. : Con:: :l:eir prijrib;i for The lidcrahi? . ;iery partirui.iriy ur bt the tiny .>f S Stoclipnrt ; ol I iiritor-*. No. D. Aui-lii>uccr it! . W 1 i\ 111 irv. Lt>;ui-.n : ineau tnae. any i'lqulrioj i a.pv-^tin--.Ist    ' :,-it     iri.-', L Co:\5l-Si.i  J'IBLJt   };OLP. Hofci. Aberdueii. ou  Fruiay, tlic -;i'.,i  d.iv        .M-i:- o' i.iE" Fls'niTii;L':i, �-merou.^ FaiiiiliL'-, the nont-LuiUit-rj'. i'^-.'i-Ciirci i. -S!;.'.^ other Tr.-idfsniyM, alrc.i.lv �^'�t!K-.[ n ui'' V ii.i-s-^, iL-qn; farther stimul.'^trd, .ind tiioir iiuuit'--!'- i [n r^-:i ^^-li, b^v Harbour, for whirti n.Tturr p^'i^itu exceeded by any in thu ?ft.r:iy FntU. Netber_Biirkii'-u-ill. by iv.'- ;)i-.i]i.^'^> theno.-ir^^t and ni.xt .uii.aiiW- p'-rt district r,f cr,u:ilr> . :\ro\ nm-: :W.r-\ ivliich Jire    lUsnier.Tblp. T!ic present Rent la � uly  -i^^'^ii'  --Fishius',       f:\lui ni''.vli i mud .>fr:ty. situ;iti(m (it" tlic ) trade, the Hernr!, COHsiderahly iiun aUvautci^c.ius hn rinb.Trk in -i <"'�-! may be export fit. For more p:trtu-Prnprictor, or AIe.Ta;�dorrrui tr.^at for a SjIo h, BucKic, ivUl point ill. 111 . i'riY.iLr '�nt th-,- i;;:   

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