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Courier (Newspaper) - September 21, 1825, London, Middlesex � � ?'''""='^ P-*UL pnik . morm JV�"|i^'' W<0. NO SONG 1^0 SUPtgE. .t^Key '^'�" P'*: The Sorrow. orWmer;nij Kw-J'e.iS'Ji' rBtpectfnII. inlhrmod. Unit UiiiTlicatro will w II TJ"'^'*' tSe 3411. nf S�i.tcrak?r. ISSi. wbcn will DC performed, tbe Romantic nmmn, caHed � . tt- .. JFADSTUSi � - After vlucli, a new DIVBRTISSKMENT. _^_ To conclude with a FARCE. _ To lUe Worthy and'lndependt-nt FREEMEN of the TOWN and . PORT of DOVER. Geo^en^cn, F'being generally believed that an early Dissolii-tioo'o'f Partlament U about 1� takeplace, I taW� *h npportnnltjr of rotiiminET yon my most heartfelt Tlmults, fortbc bonour yon have tvke dope uio in elcctinemeouo of your IleprcjentatTTcs, and of �olfcitinst a reneval of the proof of that rood opin'oii, kindly placed ill loe for aureriod of tipwards of lorcn years, ood trhicb I am not con* Bciorfs of baTine done any thinp to forfeit. I am Iblly aware nf ibc many dutiei vlilch attach to tbe Representation of a 9*o^rn of michlntportanceasDoTcr, and 1 lucre alTaysham-lily endeavoured tofulfil them to the utmost cf uiy vover, bath in my nllentiontti the general rntcrerts of the Townaoil Port, asveRag to tlie private iutcrcslaandvishea of the Body of Freemen coilectircly and indiyicTuall^'... ' . The distance st irblch I am at pre�entfram you, compel* me to ad-
h Vhalley, Esq., Hubert Day, Esq., the F. Woodforde, Uh. Mcisiter, Esq., the Rev. N. Bridges. Thns. Davis, Esq., Ctiarles Bowles, Esq.. the Rev. Samuel Blackall, Robert Page, Esq.,*fite Rev. Paul Le'r, George Mcssiter, Esq., Benjamin Oray,Eaq., JohnTocker,Esq., J. S. Ward, Esq., Edward Dyne, Esq. and many other highly respectable C^ntlcmen of the two Cuunties of Somerset and Denet, It was Resolved, First, That a Ratl-road from Stretdiolt, near the mouth of tbc Hiver Parret, on. the Bristol Cbnnnel, to communicate with the Mendip Collicrion, by a junction with tho Dorset and Someriiet Ciiinl and Rall-road at Wincauton, with branches from (he snmo to Shaftes-bnry, Hatbhui^, and Basingstoke, on the East, and to Hturminster, BInsdford, littd Poole, to the South, would be a highly desirable Meet, , - Kocondly* Tbata Committer be appointed, to consider tlie relative advantages of the different |iarts of tlie Line, and the most eligilde mode of carrying the alwvc Reaolution-iwto effect, and to make their Report.lit writing, to-the next Public Meeting; aad that such Committee do consist of the fallowing GenUenien, with jiotrer to add to their nnnber, and tliat dve be a quorum of the Committee :- Tbc Hon.W. 8. Honioaby, Sir T. B. Leihbridge, Bart., Sir. Cree, nr;;(W�tOn, Wr. rcatman,.)Ir. Bailward, Mr,.Day, Mr. Bayly, Mr. BlackaO, Mr. V. Messiter, Mr. II. Wfaalley, Mr. Davis, Mr. CBowles, Mr. Gray. , Thirdly; That .Mr, Welsh, of Somcrton, do act as Secretary; ami that Mr.' Josinb Easton be requested to attend the Committee with his Plans an* Estimates. The Thanks of tliciHeetlng were voted to Sir Thos. B. Lethbridge and >lr. Dickinsan, and tke Meeting adjourned. ' � Signed, on behalf of the Meeting, _�__W. DICKINSON. Chairman. PATENT DISTILLERY and RECTIFYING COMPANY. CApiTAL-^WW.ooO; in 6,000 Shares of ^100 each. DIRECTORS. Stamp Brook�b,iuk, Esq. John Francis M.iubert, Esq. Wm. DoriClFrllowcs,P,.q. M.'ijor Moody. GeorgeHcni'7 lIooper.Ejq. Wm.\\'h>�more,jun. Esq. KmanucI Louwda, Esq. AUDITORS-Thom-Ts Borr.tdaile, Esq. and Henry William Smlti>, Esq. . � BANKERS.-Me��rs. Martin, .Stone, and Stone,C9, Lombard-street; Messrs. Sir Claude Scott, Bart., Willi.tms, and Co. 28, Holies-street, CaTendisb-ccinarc. MANAGER of the DISTILLERV.-M. Jean Jacques Saintmnrc. MANACERof the RECTlKYlsr. DEPARTMENT.-N. Victor SaintmaiC . SOLtCITORS.-Mestrs. Catty, Haddan, Gatty, and Haddan. The jirinctpKl ijhjpctotlhis Company is to Work the Patents obtained by Mr. 8aintmarc,-in Maicb, 1S34, for the Kingdoms of England, )!cotland,andUeland,forthe Distillation of Spirit from Potatoes by a peculiar Proce�s,nnil,.with .-in improved Apparatus. The Company also propose to unite the Business of Rectification, - wiih tliat of .tho :Dlstlllery.; which they are enabled to do under circumstances highly advantageous. Fur the purpose of carrying these objects into effect, Oie Directors haveagreal'fbrtha Purchase of the Patentee's Premises at Vnuxlmll, known by(Eenameofthe BELMONT DISTILLERY ; and nisoforthe Purchase of a Rcctifyinc House, peculiarly well situnted with reference to the former Establishment. The Directorsatntaln from dwelling upon the probable advantages resulting from the present Company ; feeling anxious, that every individual who may be desirous of becoming a Proprietor should previously examnie the Distillery and Rectitying Establishment, and the Spirit produced; for which purpose Orders for admission may be ob-Uiiied of the Directora, tmtil the appropriation of Shares. Applications for Shares may he tmiJe (postpaid) until Saiurday, the of September, Inclusive, to Messrs. Catty, Haddan, Gatty, and lladiUu, 3, Au-cl-eourt,TiinSEinorton-strect,wlicrc the Prospectus may be obtaiatd. jjuiiuun, ocp^. gt/, io�j. .luis^ i^Haitiics jjtststiAB;, Secretary,' SIX twenty THOUSANDS in ONItKY, : and no M6rE lotteries after these Drawlngi.-HAZARD and co. the OoAtractort, solicit attautlon to the present BriUiM^ Scheme, which not only retains all tlic late poi.niAr aitraciions, but " �ihln - - J^^^""^ ^^"SPITAL MEDICAL iiid TURPS WM?i'^'"' �CHOOL.-The AUTUMNAL COURSES of LEC- nrS^nnil' '�".""""e""'! �iirt nnd Terras to be bad on application. TO be LET, a Large Commodious Marine -HOUSE nud9JlRMtSGS,,witha!aj>ge^Brden,doublecoach-house and stables, ortpinally buiit.is two houses, but now conTertcd into one family maiuion, with two rcipectable lodfrln? houses cn each side, situated at Bo^or, commauaing- a beautiliil view of the sea, from which it is distant less than a quarter of a mile: snakes up about eigrhtcen bed*, completely furnisiicd, two water closets, with every convenience; three puHipi nf excelJeat water; a shrubbery iu Ixont, anda large walled g.irden bchind;attUe end isafoodfiTO-stall stable, diuble eoncli-hnusc, hny-toft, and bed-room over the tame; nnd suitable altogether for the accommodaiiou of a large family; three fields, and a cow in full milk; a pew at the Chapel aud at the Church. The Premincs may be viewed by application at the home; and forfurliiCTparticulars.apply to Mr. Rutt, No. Si, Colemon-strest, City. ____ READING.-To be LET, FURNISHED, for One, Two, or Three Years, a small detncbod VIIitiA, wirh cnacb-house and .stable, Inrg^e garden, pIeasurc-;^round, &c> situated on Uie margin nf the town of Reading'. The House i� a (aslcful Cottage Orw^e, containing five bcd-charaberf, two sitting-rooms, study, etitraiice.hall, aad requisite domestic offlces, and, from it.s peculiar hitualiou,no�^etsc'( tl�e combined advantage of both town and country. The sjwt is remarkably healthy, and commands beautiful prospects of the Oxlordahire hilhi and surrounding country.-For particulars ad* dress, posi-jia-d, to Hawkcs and Sim, Auctioneers, Reading, who have al^o several eli.Tfble Country Mansions to Let. SOUTH-WEST COAST of HAMPSHIRE.- To be LET, for Three Years, nnd entered on iinmrdiately. a comfortable FAMILY EESIDENCE. 11011 I'UIINISHBD, compri/iw, 01^tbe groundflOor, a dininf;.rooin,S4 feet by 18, draviu^-rnom M feet by 91, breukfiut-room, arraall entrance-boll, srater'tloset, Ac Ac. ton tlie first floor, library St feel by SI, six bed-roouis, with two dreiiinz-rooms, serrants'-rooms, ftc.; good walledsarden, stablioir, and double coacb-houio, and every requisite for a tnoderate-sized Family. Any quantity of Land, from 90 to too Acres, laay be had.-For particalara aiiply, post-paid, to X. Y. 2. Post-office, Lvminf ton, Hants. SOMERSET.-To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, tlio ADVOW.SON of the RECTORY CHtmCH of BATCOMBE, and RECTORY MANOR, with UPTOK NOBLE an' nexcd. The Parishes contain together about 3,6St acres of rirh arable, mcadosr, and puiure land, snbject to tlie payment of p-eat and small tithes. The annual revenue is estimated to be about 1,150/. and the age of the Incumbent is 66. Tiie Rectory House is a capital, new-built, stunt-buildingscontaining spacious ami lofty rooms for. the family, and ccvenient oflices of every description for serv-mts.- Particulars to be had of lilr. Joseph Rushtou, Law Stationer, Chan-cery-lanc, I,oudon; if by letter, poSt-paid.______ WANTED in an ENGINEER'S OFEICE, a Person who practically understamls tlie nature of HEAVY MASONRY, aud who is capable of making Finished Drauriags,and of occasionally Snperinteuding extensive Masonry uui other Works- A prefrrencc would be jriven to a Person of from SO to 30 Years of Age. Tlie Situation will be a permanent oi^e.-Application by letter (post paid) containing a statemcut of occupation from the age of 15 years, tepctlier wilh proper reference as to character and ability, with real name, nnd amount afSiilary tEat would be required, addressed to the care ofH. J.,No. l,Colcmnn-strect.linilduis<, gill be ��r7,��V �. 'flowar aad kiUhen-gardeus, gar*�uer?s eottege. lake of omamantsl water, orchard, shrubbttry,-and plcasure-rroand, coataialnc, iath�. srbolr, 7 acres and 37 pereboi. tn* property is beautlfWIv a�* taitelkllyjaid aut, and the situation Is most health y,aeB�audin gs. daUghtfislprospect of Charlton Park, aad the sarromiaiar hills and country. The tenure is partly Praehold and partly Comyboldof ia-beritaasa of the Maaor sf Chelteaham, which iToqnal to Fr��h�!d ; tilhe-free, and land-tax red�asied-For furlner partionlars anidy to Baynhan Jmh, Esq- Cambiay Bouse; er to tlie Offlto of Sessrii Straford ani Prince. �oli ^ ^ ^ Amencan ;sioes, Jamaica repper Ann's-square; and sold by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rces, Ofme.'t ^^^^^'^^^^^^.^^ ,,ig.g,g,t of-^yrg^ Injij, S �onet," with tbe approbation of Samnal Comptoo ' Haverfordwest, ift - '''Masters uf the said Court, at the Castle Inn, ia turday, the lit diy o'Saonty of Pembroke, in South Wales, on Sa- TOLPH'S, late the properr/}V.SE called SAINT BO-wiih about KS acres of land adjoiniosv ��VhqI Le Hunte.Esq. deceased. Mansion-hous9 and Landsare simate wiUiu '.� ir � ring fence. The west, and about one mil* from Milford Haven. The Premises may be viewed on application to ton, Esq. at Milford. "� of H*verford- lu ISbio. the Fourteentli Edition, corrected.ani Ulustrated wilh Maps, ^ .price 4s. 6d. bound. r;^EOGRAPHY and HISTORY; selected by VJI , aLsidy, for the Use of .her own Children. I^ctidoa: Printed for Geo. B. WIiittaKer; Longman and Cn.; Baldwin indCft; lUmJKon and Co.; H-irvcy and Cn.; c. and J. Ilivio^toii; J. Bl. RicUard^on; Siinpkin and Co.; Sherwood and Co.; Booicy and Sons; Baker nnd Co,; nnd J. Soutcr. w. In bvo. urice 1 /RESERVATIONS on vJj TURF; containing also R . boards. k.-MEMOIRBof the LIFE of ANNE BOLEYN, Queen of Henry VIII. 2d edit. 3 vols. Svo. with two Portraits. 16s. boards. p. MEMOIRS of the lato Mrs. ELIZABETH HA.MILTON, �d edit, �g vols. Svo. with a Portrait, If. Is. boards. i> MEMOIRS ofMr. JOHN TOBIN,A�(hor of the Honey.Moon. In 8^0. 12s. boards. [^e 4Ui Edition, corrected and improved, in I vol. medium Bvo. with 1 . to Explaaatorv Plates, aricelSs. boards, , , , rNSTRUCTIONS to YOUNG SPORTSMEN? l.'lhantJiat relates to Guiis and Shooting;'diff-ere'ncebe'tWeen thfe-iiataadPercnssioaSyatem; Presena'"''? game; getting Access i all kmd� of Birds ;;Siiecific Birections, with new A pparittus for Wild: ibw|iikP9t>D2r,>othaa the Coast aad in Fresh .Waierj with wbicl^hra atrqiSactod, new Direction^ for Trout Fishing; An Epitome "ortie �1.-at,�ad afewSagreltionk fora CoaejDfqejrifiSajab lAWf, inter-ej-with ObserraUons and Advice fo g^Voonp Sportsman en eraed- iiitSutJects. By Llcdt.-Colonel-P^.HiWJ Printed for Longman, Hunt,-necsiOrtae,'Arq � luld|iJaii�lili|bmiiloi hb has feirehOn Aniaony Innys Stokes, Esq. at Milford; of Messrs. Etans mid Son, So- licUoj^, Haverfordwest; and a� the >lae� of Sale._ Horton Mills, near 0>lnebrook,'Bucks, seventeen milesffrom London, on the high Bath Road, two ujilea from Siaawell, three from Staines, and four from Windsor.-To Papers Makers, and other Manufacturers, requiring a powerful and never-failing Supply of Water.-.�r, STA.STON ijegs to inform the Public, thnth* h�� received instructions from the Proprietors peremptorily to %V.UL by AUCTION, on account of tbeir late Purinership, in the Month of October, HORTON PAPER MILLS, with the Genteel Residence, Meadow, PadJock, Stablea, Orchard, Gardens, Pleasurc-gronadi, and Fishery, with Collages for the Workmen ap-pertaining-, of which immediate possession may be had. The stream is Ho-w only applied to fire van and two milled l-oard table,; but the highest autliority has declared it adequate to at least ten, and perhaps twelve vats. That portion of the Public requiring water for powerful machinery, is earnestly invitetftn the consideration of this valuable and extremely desirable freehold and tithe-free estate, which, for extent of capacity, compactness of plant, and proximity to LondoB, will be found to combine inducement, scarcely to be met with in any other situation. A larje sum may be retained on mortgage. Advertisements of the lime and place of sale, and references forjarticnlars, will appear in ihi.( nnd other newiiia-pers. Herefordshire-Cajiital Freehold Estate, of 1S8 Acres of excellent Meadow, Orchard, and Arable Land, close to Ross, in the most beautiful and fertile part of ilic (Jmnty of Hereford-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by JOHN MORGAN, nt the King's Head Inn, in Ross, in the county of Hereford, on the 6th day of October next, at Five o'clock in the Afternoon, subieat tu conditions to be there produced, ACompact and most desirable FREEHOLD ES-T.VTE, called the HO.MS and WALLHOUSE, consisting of two dwelling-houses, with convenient farm-bitildings attached to each; and about 169 acres of excellent meadow, pasture, and arable land, with several productive orchards in full bearing; the wliole, except one small close, lying within a ring fence, situated in the parish, and very near to the inarliet-toWH of Hnsi, nnd within a short distaure of tbe turnpike-road leading from thenre through Newent to ^Joucester and Ledbury, on which coaches pass daily. The meadows are-o.' the richest quality, the arable land is dry-and very fertile. 0�eofi;i� houses is a substantial modem buUt farm-house, comprining two excel, lent parlours, a good kitclien, back kitchen, daiiy, and every other reqnisite convenience. The Estate is well watered, nnd aSbrds'inanv very fin*? sites for building, commanding the most benuiif"* partx oj the highly piclureaque scenery for which the vicinity of Rosa, an.l (ho hanks of the Wye, have been so long and so Justly celebrated; and either as a residence for a gentleman, or for fli/- purpose of investment, thU property pnsie^ues ulaiin^ which liavc been seldom equalled by niiy estate cter olTered fur .Sale. CoaJs and liinr may be )irocured on reasonable term?. N.B. There are about six acres of it held of the Manor of Rosi. For furiber particulnr. application tnny be made to Mr. Cooke, Solicitor, ttoss; Messrs. -i', .-^t. 1 J. p. Sturpe, Suiveyors, Bristol; to W. Read King, Esq. Serjeant's Inn Fieet-sti-ect; or at tbe Auction Mart, Loadon ; the Bell Inn, Glouctstcr; Plonsb and York Hotels, Chelien-ha�; Hotel, Heref..rd ; and King's Head Iiin, or Auctioneer, Row.- A Map of tlie Estate roay b� .eea nt Mr. cookers o�vcv r,^i- n. view apply to the Auctioneer-Rgsi, Sept. 10, ISg^._ E.-ut Riding of Yorkshire.-Most desirable Residence nn.l Bitnte.- To be SOLD by AUCTION, at the Auction .Mart, in LuBdon, on Tuesday, the 6th of Notcmber next, nnHE ------' X. HolderT,------------. contiguous ESTATE,-eOmpriaing upwards _.--------- . Freehold, situate ia the Townships of Ryhill cum Cnmerton and Thoragumbald, chiefly surroundiiig the mansion, and no part at au inconyenlent distaaae, AttachedtotbeMansiBBajeitablea tor eleven saddle; and carriage hoiMs, double aoach'house, aad varioua offices ; a large, wailed garden, archards, shrubberies, and pleasure-grounds', and uiaU inclosed paddocks, witli hqvels. Also,a, very extiinsiTe and eoinplele Fann.yard, rontainlnj two barni, stables for eight draught hoi^ei, stalla far fourteen feeding oxen and six milch cows, straw-yards capable of Winter-keeping fortyslore cattle, spacious granariea, and every other convenience for carrying on the busioesa of ngrfcullure, and breediiatsSU feeding of tattle, on an extensive scale. The Mansion, with all tfSf offices, and all tbe fcrming buildings, are very substantial, and h.-tve all been buht within the last thirty years. There is also, at� convenient distance from the Maiiiton, a Farmhouse, suitable for tbe residence of a Tenant, or of a Bailiff, with, an establlthmcat of hnsbaodrjservand, and three detached cott.Tg�s;r and, in the adj^ininj Township of Thomgambald, is another Farai-h.iuse, with bam, stables, catue-stalls, straw-yard, and olher conveniences, ond a detached cott-ige. The Und Is all of excellciit qnal!ly,audsuited fb the most approved system of husbandry, ia divided iato conienimt inclosures and interspersed with thriving nlantatioha, adapted as well for ornament os aover for game. That part of the Estate which is in the Township of RyhiU couj Camerton, comprises 40O acres, and is exonerated, by Act ot Parliament, from the payment of all Tithes. That jiart which is To-wnahip of Thomgumbald, comprises 26a acres, wl.iah nre ''e"'* ;> theT4theof Wool, and some snail Tithes; but the TltJ-cs � Corn, Grain, Hay, and Lambs, were compounded at the time of the luclo-wre.whichtook.placeupwarilsof siityyears ago. , , Tbe whole of tie Ertatc is in exceUent .""'""'.''"-/un A^and fai^I norance, and courjB of cultivation, nnd all tbc buddings and fences "Xlie" cZ&'^^iSi Estate, and r�d, '--""��-X".h" �..Ifre&'�Mrr.c'2rri.^ by the RlT.r Humber ia n,iirSrHuuLTvU;S�n�, an^fromWterle, twenty mile^, in a ^rrpW"^-e��s?^�Aue.i�Ka^ m^-.^f Mr Lythgoe, S3, Es.�5t.sir�et,Stras^t�ndon; at Messrs. S?.�^o^hirand Soni, Printer, Stamford J�t the Rein Deer tun, Lin-^t7. at the Offlcea of Messrs,�eyn-j� and Son, York; Mewrs. Hall Campbell,o�d Mr.Francis^-i*e�>�,Be�erley; and Mr. Bolterill. DriOeW; View oj^Staie.�(ndall furthej- P�tfcalar.,miy be bad, by epp)K�Sifl Of by letter, port paid), to HeMrt. WlUwai and Jamei iTCini^ ^rtlSedus, wm BuU* ,the Sthof Niitcmbarnext, . capital MANSION of CAMERTON, in lemeai, in thi Eaat Riding of the County of York, and ths. ESTATE, eomnriaing upwards of 860 acres of land, sit
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