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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 10, 1825, London, Middlesex                                THEATRE   BOYAL.   HAYMARKET.-Thiii Brenina TtllibeiMrfonned, THE SDF.EprNG dJiATJOHT. After vbich.tbe new Com�dj,'called QUITE CORRECT. ;     To concliiitoirith MIDAS.     . To-morroir, Tlie Two, Paget Qf Frederick the Great; witli Quite Correct; and Mld��._''    ITEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA- HOUSE.-This ETeninB wUI be feformed. DER VKBISCHUTZ. TocoiKluile with PRESUMPTION. To-morrow, BVoVen Promises. BRITISH INSTITUTION, PALL-MALL.-CLOSE OF THE PRESENT EXHIBmON.-Tbe Gallery, with n 8ELBCTJ10N of FIUTURE8, by LIVING ARTISTS of the ENGLISH SCHOOIh IS OPEN DAILY, from Ten in the Momlnj .until Six in the lETeniiig, and will he (n.OSED on .SATURDAT, the I3tlilnnant.  . Admiuienls.-Cntalo::ne, Is.         _ _ By Order,         WILLIAM BARNARD, Keeper. The SubwKbers to the Print ftmm Mr. West's Picture of" Our S.-xvio.ir Jlcali�e the. Sick.iu tliu Temjile," who have not received tlieir Imprmsioni, may receive them upm payment f the remainder wf their Subscriptions at tlie Bdti.khInsiitot1on daily. _ TS Entered Out at the Ctistom-House.-A Reeular Trailer.-For VAN DIEMEN-S LAND, aud NEW SOUTH WALES, the (irie Coppered Ship,; PRINCE REGENT, Burthen loo Tons, WM. B. LAMB, CoDimand^r. Lying- in the Loadon nock. Has very superior Accommodations for^bm and Steeraee.Pasacnecrs.- For FreifHit or Passa{^e, apply to' BKkles, Bajrter, and Bnchaaan, 33 Mark>laae. �        1    � TO SAIL 31st of AugflSi, and has room for mea-suremiint Goods only, fur CALCUTTA, the fiAe Teak Shin BARROSA, bitrOicn 730 Ton., UF.Hfty HUTCHINSON. tk�mraan^ lyin; m ihe West India Export Docit; hns very snperioraeconunoda-cions for Pastengers, and will carfy experienced So*eon'.-For Frelf ht or Passace, apply to Buc(le�, Ba-ster, and Bfechailan. S3 3tnrK-lane. - ' . ' /COMMUNICATION -rtrith DUBLIN, through V> LIVERPOOL or BRISTOL.-lUc ST. GEORGE Steam Packet, of 310 Tons Burthen, and 120 Hnrse'fowerEngines. saiUfrom Liverpool for Dublin, every Monday, Wednesday, and'Frifay, and the .EMERALD ISCE �. .Steam Packet, of Sli Tons BurtheD, and ISO Horie Power Engines, .sails from JLiverpool for Dnblin �rery Satur-slay; ..iverace I'asuge, 12 Hours. The EMERALD 1^|JB. Steam � Packet, also nails fVom Bristol for Dublin erery Wednedtty ; VVeragc Passage, 94 Hours.-Apply.to Mr..R. smart, No. I, Bfay, Bristol; Mr. John Watson4juu.'ig, Water-atreel.'UverpMl; (;�i�ral-Padiet Office. .1�>, Strand ; or of Mr. K. Silbcrrodi l9,lioveKjB)ika-iMit, CORNWALL aiid DEVONSHIRE MINING COSIPANY.-Notice is hereby given, tliat any Outstanding ,St:RlP, which shall not be paid on or before Monday next, the IStJi Instant, will be declared forfeited, and the Holders not admitted Shareholders in the Company. The Holders of such Scrip are therefore requested t� lake notice that they must attend at the Offices of the Company on or befarc such day, and Sign the Deed, pay the Call ordered of per Share, and Exchange their Scrip for Shares. By Order of the Directors, Sfi, Lombard-street, Aug. 8,18JS.        JIJHN WOOD, Secretary. r ONDON BREAD COMPANY---Capital -J SO,(XKM. in 1,000 Shares of Mt.; Deposit it. The plan of this Comimny is simple, certain, mid easy of accomplishment, and will secure to the Public genuine Wheaten Bread. The whKle Baking Business will be conducted at one establishment-the Bakers aiid Assistants will be sworn ncitlier to adulterate nor connive at adulteration, and the price of the Loaf will be fixed according to the value of the wheat, whilst the steady and universal demand, the small amount of capital engaged, and the quick returns, render this undcrt.-i.king a means of profiUble investment, and of unquestionable public benefit. It is not anticipated tliat more tliaii St. per Share will ever be required, aud to give every opportunity of joining in this popular undertaking, individuabi will be allowed to bold single Shares. Applications for Shares may be addressed, until Saturday next, to Messrs. Pynmore, Clarke, and Fynmore, after which the Shares will be allotted. Directors chosen, and tiic business commenced forthwith. ROVINCIAL   BANK   of   IRELAND.- Capital TWO MILLIONS. Not.ce is hereby given, that the Deed of Settlement will be ready for Signature on Ihe Istof August next, aud will lie at the office of the .Society, in St. Helen's-place, London; and at Messrs. P. and I). Ma-hony*i ofiice, 99, Mcrrion-square North, Dublin, for that purpose, till the ISth of said month of August, previous to which day every Proprietor is required to pay the second instalment, execute the Beed, and ou executing the Deed to exchange the present Scrip Certificates for .others framed in pursuance of the Act of Parliament passed last Session. By order of the Court of Directors, .   THOMAS JOPLIN, Secretary. Blank Forms of Powers of Attorney for executing the Deed of Settlement, are ready Stamped at each of the above-mentioned Offices, to be delivered to the Agents of Parties who find it inconvenient to execute the Deed in Person, on Payment of II. los., the Price of each Stamp._ PROVINCIAL BANK OF IRELAND.- 'Notice Is Uereby given, that, u^ree.ibly to the orifrinal intention of calling^ up tlie capital of thi� Company proffressiTely, as tUe local �ttabllshment9 shaultl be formed, and buiinets beins^ abont to be commenced, tlie SECOND INSTALMENT of fit percent, is hereby required to b� imid, between the lit and l&th of August next, either at tl�e Office of the Society, in St. HolenVplace, London; or at Messrs. P. and D. Mfttiony*s Office, 39, Merrion-square, North, Bublin, between the kours nf 10 and 4 each day.-London, Jnly 11,1825. By order of the Court of Directora,     THOS. JOPfcfN, Sec. ROYAL KENTISH HOTEL,Tunbridge V^ells, -JANE STRANGE respectfully returns her thanks to the Mobility and Gentry visiting Tuhbridge Wells, for the diitinguisheH favours conferred on her since the death of her Husband;,and begs to atatc, that she has lately made considerable improvements In the Hotel, with a view to comfort and convenience, trusting that she shall be favoured with a continuance of the patronage and support &he has hitherto exjiericnced. MONEY OU MORTGAGE.-�40,000 are ready to be advanced in Sums of not less than j:10,000 each, on MORTGAGE of ESTATES of ample vnlue, at Four per Cent. Interest. To save mutujd trouVle, it Is requested tliat application be made (in the first iastancc by letter, communicating particulars of the security previous to an iirferview) by principals alone addressed to A. B. (the yrincipal). Green's Hotel, Lincoln's Inn-fields.. Should the Security appear satisfactory, an interview will be appointed. ELEVEN PER CENT, with SECURE IN-VEST.MENT-FOUR capital LONC-LGASEHOLD DWELL-7N(!-HOUSES, most desirably and respectably situate in Salem-Sarden, Bayswater, equal to lOOZ. per annum, at il. ground rent, to be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT.-Apply to Mr. Smallbone, Auc-lioaeer and Appraiser, 47, High-street, Bloomsbury, near Oxford-streetand St. Giles's Church._ SACOMB PARK, Herts.-To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a Noble MANSION, erected within a few years at an unlimited exprnce, in the most jierfect order, late the residence of George Caswall, Esq. deceased, with excellent oBlces, h.t.honses, gardens, woods, plantations, and preserves well stocked �with game, and every requisite for the residence of a family of distinction; situate in the midst of about 2,^00 acres of land, in a ring fence; together with the Manors of Sacomb and Chelsin, extending over a circuit of seven miles; and the Perpetual Advowson of the Rectory nf Sacomb. Ttie Estate is situnte wilkia four miles of Hen-ford and Ware, and �t from London.-Printed.particulars, with plans annexed, and cards to view, may he had on application to Mcttrs. Pamther and Turner, Solicitors, London-street, Feachurch-street. CHELTENHAM.-To be SOLD by PRT-VATE CONTRACT, with immediate possesion, all that new and elegant MANSION, completely Furnislied. called LAKE HOUSE, the property nf the late Thos. Tomlins, Esq., together with two coachhouses, suitaMe stabling, green-house, hot-bouies, pinery, melon pits, flower and kitchen-gardens, gardener's totuge, lake of ornamental �water, orchard, shrabbery, aud pleasure-ground, containing, in the whol*, T acres and 37 perches. The property u beautifully and tastefully laid out, nnd the situation is most health yxommanding a delightful prospect of Charlton Park, and the surrounding hills and country. The tenure is partly Freehold and partly Copyhold of in-hertlaace of tlie Manor of Cheltenham, which is equal to Frechald; liyie-free, and land-tax redeemed__For furtner particulars apply to Baynliam Jouei, Esq. Cambray House; or to the Office ofMessra. Str�&rd and Prince, Solicitors, Cheltenham. TO LADIES and GENTLEMEN visiting the Metropolis this Season.-ROSS and SONS, 119, Bishopsgate-�treet Within, reaommeud that thev would attend and examine their Emporium for fashionable PERUKES, where, in rooms fitUd up purposely, thay may cboos. their favorite colour, �t them to the haad, and adapt them to the countenance, without the inconvenient trouble of waiting, or the usele'si formality of giving orders for them. For lightness, elegance, and ease, they are unparaleUed; 50 per cent, rheavertban ehiewbere; and, for variety, they can display thousands oftiuu and shapes, appropriately to heighun the loveliness of youth, or cover the deficiencies of age.-Ross and Sons having opencdseveral additional Sal.nas for Cutting and Jreasing, Ladies and Gentlemen p,�y depend upon the strictest attention being paid to their commands CARROLL, Contractor, liaving submitted the Scheme at length, now begs to invite attention to its leniUug uoints. Cjtrrpll has not only preserved all the ponuUr attractions of late potteries, but, by increasing the number of Prizes, and raising the Tliliie of the Capitals Prom J'JI,800 to jg�5,000, he has the honour to be the first Contractor that ever presented tie Public with so large a Sum as i>31S,S0t, Including ^'100,000 ill Four Prixes of �^i, rroll sold No. s,446 (Class B) a Prize of lo.eoot  No. fi,?l6 a Prize of I.IOM. and Five other Capitils! N.B__By Act of Parliament, all Lotteries will lie abolished for ever on the conclusion of the present Drawings. No.10,628.]    WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 10, 1825.    [Price 7d BOOKS TpUBLlSgED THIS DAY. .   In I Vol. small 8vo. price Ss. 6d.       . ABSENTEEISM.-By LADY MORGAN. Printed for Henry Colburn, 6, New Burllngton-street, . (mI. of a Work, to be continued Monthly, entitled, _ FLORA CONSPICUA. This Work contains a Selection of the most ornamental Flowering, H.irdy, Exotic, and Indigenous Trees, Shrubs, aud Herbaceous Plants; the Botanical Characters, aciiording to Liniittus; Remarks .ts to Cultivation, Treatment, &c-By RICHARD MORRIS, F.L.S., &c.. Author of " Essays tin Landscape Gardening," &c. Each Number will contain four co-Iciiired Delineations, drawn and engraved from the living plant.-By WM. CLARK. London: Printed for the Proprietors, 45, Vincent-square, Westminster. Published by Smith, Elder, and Co., 65, Cornhill; and sold by all Booksellers in tlic United Kingdom. CLASSICS.-By RICHARD PRIESTLEY. TACITI OPERA, ex recensione Joh. Aug. Er.r nesti denuo curavit Jcr. Jac. Oberlilms.  In 4 vols. Svo. S/. 8s. boards. 2. COMMENTARIUS in TACITI ANNALES, conscriptus a Ge. Alex. Ruperti.  Svo. 12s. boards. 3. PLATONIS PH.�DO, Craece, receasuit et commentariis criticis illustravit 1mm. Bekkerus. Adjiciuntnr Stephani, Heindorfiii, Wyt-tenbacbii, Gottleberi, Fischeri, Heusde, Aliorumque Annotationes. bvo. 9<. boards. 4. EURIPIDIS HECUBA. Edidit Porson. Editio Nova apnd Exemplar Lipsianum, An. 1624. Accedunt Indices Locupletissitni et Notae Critico: G. H. SchEferi. cr. Svo. 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Printed for Mathew Ilcy, Somerset-street, Portman-square, London ; and sold by the Booksellers at the Universities, and in all the principal Towns of the Kingdom._     _ STURM'S MORNING MEDITATIONS.-Handsomely printed, i;' � vols, copy Svo. oa a larger type, prica lOs. boards, the Stcoud Edition, thoroughly revised aad corrected, of MORNING COMMUNINGS with GOD; or. Devotional Maditatioas for every Day of the Year. Translated from the original German of Christian Christopher Starro, Author ef RcQectious," 4c-By WM. 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By whom also are published, of the same Author, Vol.2. Containing the Materia Medica,aud Pharmacopeia, Fourth edition, price 6�. . Vol. 3. Containing Observations on the Structure, Economy, and Diseases of the Digestive Organs of the Ilorse, and ether Diseases re-soltrog from them. With PraeUcal OhservaUons on the Treatment and Prevention of Lameness.  Sixth Edition, price Gs. ..   , Vol.4. A COMPENDIUM of CATTLE MEDICINE; or. Practical Observations on the Disorders of Cattle aud other Domestic Animals, exceiitthe Horse. With a Seriesof Essays on theStruclure, Economy, and Diseases of Homed CntOe and Sheep, as communicated to the Bath and We.st of England Society. Fourth EdIUon. price 6s-Also, A COMPENDIOUS DICTIONARY of the VETERINARY ART : containing a coticnK Explanation of the varioiu.Tenna used in Veterinary Medicine aud giirrcry.-rri�e W. botinls. BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. BRANDO'S PUARMACT.-In 8v..' price Hs. 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This Memoir was circulated last winter among the Friends nf the deceased, and is now published at tlieir request; the profiu to ba givea to the Society for promoting the Ealargement and Bailding o Churches and Chapels.      _ AN ESSAY on CURVATURES and DISEASES of the spine, to which the FothergUlian Gold Medal wasawarded by the Medical Society of London, in May last.^By R, W. BAMFIELD, Esq. Surgeon to Uie Royal Metropolitan Infirmary for DiJetsei of Children; da^ Prinlad for Longman and Co. By the same Author, the Second Edition of PRACTICALi TREATISES, on TROPICAL and SCORBUTIC"DY-SBSTRY, INDIGESTION; SCURVY, *c., aa they appear in the East and West Indies, 4c._� � �       _. SCOTTISH CHIPFS-NEW EDITION.-Fifth Edition, in four voU. I2me. 12. lis. 6d. boards, THE SCOTTISH CHIEFS.   A Romance.- By Miss JANE PORTER. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green.  Of whom may be had, by the same Author, 1. DUKE CHRISTIAN of LUNEBURG; or. Traditions from the Hartz. 3 vols. 12mo. 1!. 4s.boards. 2. PASTOR'S FIRB-SIDE.  4 vols. 12ino. 3d edit. W. lis. Bd. 3. THADDEUS of WARSAW.   4vols. l?lno. loth edit. 18�._ In 1 vol. 4to. with a new Map by Arrowsmith, 3/. 3s. boards, NARRATIVEofaJOURNEY^ntoKHORASAN; including some Account of the Countries to the North-east of Persia; with Remarks upon the National Character, Government, and Resources of that Kingdom-By JAMES B. FRASER, Esq. Author of " A Tour in the Himala Mountains," &c. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, nnd Green. " His details respecting the domestic manners and us.-iges of the Persians, are, at once, picturesque and dramatic. They form no inanimate commentary on a tale of the olden time, which every body has of late been reading."-Monthly Review.___ BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. To be published by Subscription, in Svo. price 15j. boards, AVOLUME of SERMONS.-By the Rev. T. F. DIBDIN, M.A. F.R.S. 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LETTERS of HORACE WALPOLE (afterwards Earl of Orford) to the Earl of Hertford, dariochis Lord-shin's Embassy hi Paris. To which are added, his LordaUu's LMtera to the Rev. Henry Zouch; forming Vol. IX. of Lord Oribrd's Works. With a Portrait of Lord Orford, after Sir Joshua. Reyaolds. Ill addition to the nsual gay and anecdotical style of Walpale's Let. ters, this collection contains m.st curious aad Talnabteinfonaatiatt-oa the political parties, and Mlnbterial and Oppoaition intrigaea, of the early part of the Reign of George the Third. London: Printed for Charles Knight, Pall-naJl East._ In i vol Svo. price las. PUBLIC EDUCATION; Plans for the GoTem-sMBt and Liberal Instraction of Boys m Large Nnmben,drawi> from experience. Second Edition.  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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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