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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 26, 1825, London, Middlesex                                1 THEATRE   BOYAL,   HAYMARKET.- After wWcb, THE CtiANBESTINE MARRIAGE. To coac1tiU, URNRT HUTCHINSON, Commander, lyinr fak'ilie Wait [ndia.Ex|wrt Dot*) kaa.-Tery aoperior accomaoda-tiana for Pawengen, and will carry an: experiented Sureeon.-For JrffjC^ or Pa-ace, ajiply ti Socklef, Bagtter, and pnchanao, SJ, riENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COM- yjt- PANY.-The SIRBCTORS of the aVora Comnaay iMnrby Gire Votiw. tliat a IUUr-Y�ARI sna(ura at ttie Office of the Comiiany, N*. tt, Cmtched Vriara. By,orderoCtlio Directora, ____�   CHARLES BiigSHLL, Sac. RAMS6ATE.-The DIREC1X)RS of the GENERAL 8TBAM NAVIGATION COMPANY brr leave to acqaalnt the Public, that (be RAMSGATE PACKETS will, in future, I/BAVB LONDON, fTam off the CnatoraHouie, every Tuetdny, Wed-neiday, and Saturday moraiu);, at Eifbt o'clock rrecitaly, and RR. TURN rram KAttSGATE every Monday. Wednciday, and Tbaraday .....-        on may ha had nyV Oftco, 94, moralur, atHalf-pa>tS�ven o'clock. Full informatjoa may ha had of Mr. Ifartln, A^ent, Raraifate; aud at the ComuaiiyV Oftco, t- CHARLES BRSRELL. Sec. Cratehad Frian. OTTERDAM ANNUAL FAIR.^The Pub- lie are reiiiectfully tirforaied tila ercat annual Fair will commence on Sunday, the 14tb of Aneuit,, aud continue three vceka.- The Steam Packet*, tbe KINO of the NETAERLANDS-Capt. J. Slater. 'QUEBN art repilarjy iefery Wedneadiiy and Saturdny from off the Cui-lomHoute, at eirht o'clock iu the mornluR', for tlie conveyance of Paaacncera, Carriace>t and LuRnne to Rotterdam. For further p�r-ilculara application to be made to the General Pncke�Offica, I>9, Strand, and for aecuriuf Beds to N. W. Symoudt, A^em,Craiceat, Minorlet. TRIP to BOULOGNE.-The HERO Steam Yacht will leavertLe Cottnm-Houje Slaira at Seven o'clock In VVSMffnlng on SATURDAY NEXT, aud proceed direct to BOULOGNE, Where the Comj�auy may po on shore and remain till Monday Moruinei when the veitel will reiui-n to London, and arrive the tame EveniuB. A Baud of Mnticaad Profrnional Siufren, will enteriain the Cuniiaat during the Vay.nee__Ticketa U. 7t. 6d. to Bouloene nud back; to Boulotrnc only, l�. li.; beinp tlie chrapcst travcllini* ever kuawn-No extra chargea whatcvei;.-A aeparate cabin, and female � tttfodant, tor the Ladiea-Ticketi Va be Imd of Mr. Wrieht, Cox and Hammond'a Qaay, Thames-atrcet; Mr. Putumn, G, Swinton-plare, Bapiifje Wclla-road: Mr. Lunt, 7, Clcrkcnvell-srern; aad of Mr. Maaon, printer, 81, Clerkeiiwell-ereen; and of the AEentj,'ai ex-preaied In the amall billa. VICTUALLlNG-OKriCK, July 11, Uii. THE Commiisioners for Victualling his Majesty's Navy, 4c do hereby e"ve notice. That on FRIDAY, the Ud September next, they will be ready to rerefv* Tenders, ia wrllhg (aealed up), and treat li>r the Sunuly, on aaparKIa Contracia, of tuck Quaattlie* of IRISH SALT BEEP and' FORK, at may be required for the uae of hii Majeaty'a Troopa, at the under-iaaatloaed placea, betweau the Stth ot June, 1818, and the ��th June, ia>T, via- GIBRALTAR GRENADA ANTIGUA TOBAGO BARBAD0I8 TRINIDAD BERSrcB ST. LUCIA DEMABARA ST. KITT'S, and DOMII^KV    . ST. VINCENT'S. The said Commiatinnara will nlao on the aaiqe day be raaily to re- -------------^'&^^ur - ceive Tendert, ia wftUar (iMled,iua,,ancl treat fop a Quantity of PRIME tKISU HAet HKKt andPOHK, ainouaUns ju tW nr^'ta to abSst 1�,000 Navy Tiereaa of the former, and about w.ooo Navy Tiercea ofihe latter: all to be carM in tbe e'naulng aaaaoni and ta be delivered into hit Majraiy't Victaalline Storca nt Deptfurd, PorU-moitth.asd PJymuaik, ova apeci-fied, it ia to l>c uuderalorul tliat iu tlte event of separate Contracts hehf takea fiir'tlinae Colonial dallveriaa, tbe ett'xnated ({uautities tbaraofwill be abated from tlio afcreeaie Quantity propoiail to be Cnntratcd ftr, for delivery at the Home Ports. No Tender tor a lasa Quantity tliau shall be equal to ViO TiercM of Beef; orMO Tifrcea ofPork, will be adanittrd. The ijoaditions of the'Coatracta may be seen at thi'i Office, or by applying to Mr. Dunsterrille, Agent for the Victnalliac at Cork; '.o the Collectors of his Majesty's Cuitomt at Limerick, Belfast, Ncwiy, aad Walerford; and te the Secretary to the Faymaster-Gaaeral at Dablin rcipef lively. Tbe Tenders of the Colonial and HomedeJirerieamuat beseiiarata, and muit ipocify the prices ia worda at length, and be delivareu to the Boar^ before One o'clock ou the day appointed, and must he ao-ompanied by a Letter, sighed by'two reponsible pertnna, cngnglag to txcome bound to the Crown with the party tcudering in the peaal �um of One-third of the amount of the Contract, for the due per-formaucc of tha aaitie; and the Pertoa who makes the Tender, or oana Person on hii behalf, mail attend to answer when called far. m. WALLER CLIFTON. WANTS aSITUATION asHEAD WAITER, in an Inn, Hatcl, or Coffee-honte, either in Town or Country, a reniectable Sincle Yoant Man, one that can have an undeniable cha-rtcter from the tituatlonTie bat lived three ycnrs in.-Address, iiost-paid, to A. B. C. 10, Honey-lane Market.____ URSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Caaae " Bland against Winter," Ifae i:reditors of ROBERT WINTER, the elder, formerly of Batteraea, ia the County of Surry, and afterwarda of Uie Retreat, near Brixlon, in iheuid County, Centlemiui, deceaaed, (who died on or about the lath dny of January, Wit) are, on or before the 10th day of August, 19S5, to tome in and prove their Debts before Francis Cross, Esq. one, of the Madera of the said Court, at his Chtaibm, in Soulbainpton-buildinet, Chancery-)anc, London; or, ia default tliereof, they will be oerempterily excluded the beueSt ef the said Dearae.-P.imtber anil Turner, H, London-street. REAL TURKEY CARPETS.-\Varehouse, N, Bcmem-street, Oxford-street.-One Hundred and Fifty-three Real TURKEY CARPETS, from � to 36 feet, and ef the fint class, to be Sold, warranted free from Molh and Sea Dainnge.-Also, some Heal PEHSI AN CARPETS, of beautiful Coloutn.-Ordera ad-dreued to C. Uindley.as above, will meet due attention._ SHOOTING QUARTER, in CARIUCK AYRSHIRE.-To be LET, for One or more Yean, the LODGE of ARNSHKEN, with the r!ght..r Shooting uixui the EsUte, extend-InroTCr a surface of about eleven thousand acres. The Lodge is situated nearly in the centre of this range. It contains five rooms, heaidra kitchen, Ac. nil rnmf.irtably furnished, and the iiHicea are immediately adjoiniag. Grouse, black game, and partridges, are In great abundance. Two trouliiig stream* intersect the properly, and there is likewise excellent loch fishing. .So desirable a quarter for sportsmen, combining withanch a variety of game, the advantages of easily travelled moora, c.ipital rniid^, and a comfortable residence, is seldom to be met with. Distance frnin Girran 13, and from Npwto'n Stewart (where the London mail pa<.se.a daily) 18 miles.-For rent, and other iinrticulars, apply lo Low aud Rutherford, W.S., East Thistle-tiroet, Edinburgh.__ BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE, in the County of Bat5.-To be LET, Fumistieil or Uiifurnltlied, fnra period of years, entry at Martinmas, 18^5, the MANSION-HOUSE of UBD t^ASTLE, situated on the Beauly FritU, with garden and offlces, alonir with such quantity of ground as may be required. The t^silc contains four public rooms, and about a doaea of bed-rooms, beiidet ample accommodation for servants, all iu a complete state of repair and coiafurt. Tliere it an excellent range ofofSciM : and tliegardea, which is large and well ttocked, is remarkable for tlie earliness and gocdquniity ufthc fruit it produret-peaches, neotarinca,aud oven almonds, coming to perfection without any artificial heat. Red Caatie issittiatetl on a )iroinantory,bounded ou one aide by tbe Beauly Fritb, Slid o^ tlje otiier by a park, containing a variety of wood orallagea^ aud.from its coatm.tmrmg tiluation, afiords an admirable view of the picturesqiiescenery which aurroanda it, Dlitaucefrom Inveraesa, � milet; frtun the mouth of the Caledmiian Canal, 3; aadfinna Diag-wan, T, Tbe exclusive tight of shooting over tbe whole Barony of Red CasUe, and Bstnte of Easter Ket'ork, both abounding In gaiae, and which, together, consist of nearlyAjOOOncrea, will be given to the "tfnanl-For rent, and oUier particulars, apply to Richard Lofim, �W'bAs"^'"'''''* Briti-h Linen Coiapany, at Invemeat; or Law and Ruftarforrt.W-S,, U, Bast Thi��le-tlreel, Edinburgh, who are am-powered to conclude a bargain. CARROLL, Contractor, having submitted the � Sckeute at leagtk, now begi to invite attentioa to iu leadiag �blaU. 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