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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 14, 1825, London, Middlesex                                T HEATRE ROYAL, DRITRY - LANE.- >r)iU1fiTcnlnc will be uerforineif. THK HIVAW. TO concilia* Tlth THK WAqBR: or. The Mlilnleht Ho�iv Ta-inorrav eiPu>�l; vitbThe Wagar; and Do Lnfarmue. ^DMtRALTY-OmcS, Nor. St, |gi&. NOTICE 15 hereby given, that a Sfwion of Oy^r iiiiaTen�iner,i�ml Oaol Oellrcry, fnr the Trial of OKncet . ,,nniilicil on ibt Hieto JBeai. wiUiin tbe-Jprlkltction of tlie Atlnuralty jjfjnffliiiid,*"'beheld ot Juttlce Hall, in the old Bnilej, London, on Fri , tUi! irf Dcteinber next, at etlit o'doeX in the tnttreing. jmrt Ml Sl.pri/r�, Oaolers, and Keeycn of Privin], in vlioae cu^tnilx any I'rWttrtim, cli�fl��a.wlth Ofente* committed on'tkaHi|rliSeaii,ar ,iiliintlir��IJ Jurlidlction, maybe, arc.bereby reqiiircd to (rannmit , Of J of tlif foinmitnioatof evci-y �wh Prlsimor to Mr. Btclinoll, the 5..Jit-itjir of tlie Ailmitnlty, on Spring Garden Terrace, Ziondon, \u i,rilcr'l"nt"'Cne�c��rymeft�nreii may be taken, for remarin)-all -nil" Prisonom �o bis Mnjesty'i Gin].of Ncygato, ftr trial at the tnid jnicnilei) S'oKioBt And nU Mayon, Jnstleei, Cornncrs, nml other (]i^i-cr4, brftirc whom any InquiilHuiu, Inforioationt, Bxiuninatinnfl, nr Kfcopnliances, may have been taken, touchlnpnny lach offenrci, ,p ren"''*"!'� tt^'mlt the lame, forthwith, to Mf. Thoaaa.jhelton, tlfClerlicrArralBnJor tkeHigbCoiirt of Admiralty ofEncIond, at Wf Offlo, lit Iho SeMioni Iloate In the Old Bailey, London. j. tv. CROKER^ TNTEU NATIONAL GAS COMPANY.-A J. call of TWO POXmOS PER SHARE hnvinB heen made by the B.uril of Dlrectort of thi< Company, Uie Prnprictor* nre required :n itiitVe null Payioenti into the Bankin~ Hunie of Mcmrt. Glyn, VIII,, nml Co.; or-of Meinrs. Sil(ci, Snailh, and lace. Pec; la, IMj. tiRENGH BRANDY DISTILLERY COM- J; PANY, a�, Honndsdilch, December I, 19J5.-,The Directors of Mi roiiHiniiy hec to apprize the Public, that Uiey are now delirerln; svuryJiilieriordfecriiition of BRANDY atlM. �d.jierOallon,tputy iurluiied), for Cwh. Calks will be charged and allowod for whe� res'. B. All Brandy delivered from this Distillery bears .in Impression rf ilif official 8tnmp of^thu company. By Order of the'Board, , T. ifOAT, Secrefary. DISTILLATION from POTATOESJ-^The Proprietort of the BfLMONT DISTILtERY hcrelnr jrive no-l Ike, that ther.hare now. left on jaie. cniMH onmitlty of their o)d beiK Ready for daiTCry, in quanlif tie. K mMH opmitity of their old inirllDni/etlii F^oef-ktra^Xao^ ,.....___________________itie� of tiotlM than two nDom,' Btm. ppr pallon, foreanh, with an Bllownnceia the Trade.-Irtstltfn 1,1 he Bildreised, uoit paid, to Mr. Cooper, ~      "---'- Vauihalt, Dec 13,18^ on tbc Premises. ANGLO-MEXICAN MINING ASSOCIA-TIOU.'-The Dlrccttireiif" the Asmciatlon for Aiilstlii; in n'uiki*; the Minos of Mexico, aud other parts of South America," l>i-rrl>y give notice, that, in pursuance nf theprnviKiniis of the Deed o.f Seiilement, the riRST ANNUAL CBNERAL MEETING of the Pro-frietors will be held, at the City of London Tavern, Bishopsffatc-Mrcet, London, on Wednesday, the 4lh day of January next, at One i' ,~authoritics, arid pro-v.ians, of the Acts of Pnrliairient for repulatiiig Turnpike lloads^ are rally to rwelve PROPOSALS, in writing, tn he delivcrod at tht iiffice of MiMirs. Baitiin and Belliugham, Solicitora, Battel, Sussex, More the third day of Jaiiunry next, from such Pcraumi as may be .illiugti. ADVANCE the .SUM of FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUN-DREt) FOUNDS, on tlie �5tb day. of March next, on the security of iho Tolls of the said Road, either in one Sum or in Sums of not less liiRii One lluudrtfd Pounds; such Proposals to specify the Sums each Party mny he willing to lend, and the lowest rate of Interest for the urae.      �  ' Tlic .ibove Sum is intended to liquidate a yart of the present Debt; .-nJ further particulars may be known on aiiplicnUon to Messrs'. Barton aulBcllliiFham. Battel, NovcmbcrSi, iMs. TO BUILDERS and OTHERS.-Persons de-lirons of offering Tenders for the execution of the sev^ml il-..rl! for the intended New UNIVERSITY PRESS and PRINTER'S RKPIDENCU, Cnmbridge, may have access to tho Plans and SiicciS-.iiicnj, from tho lOlh of December, on application to Mr.'Waller, fin* of lh� Works, Corpua Cbristi College. No Tender, except for ijif vliolo of the Worki to be executed, will be received; and If �if r.il pertoni Join in- offering a Tender, it must be prc�entcd.in the ame .if some olio respectable verstin, who will be considered respon-VMc fur the whole. .The Tenden lire to he delivered, signed ami Mied. iin ait befure tbc nii''trist nniriiarae/ocreipt>aiitblet>*rMA>i, who'eonnehtMbeeaat^saeuraict.. strict perfonnaacaof aU the conditions of tho Contract. f ON0ON BRICK COMPANY.-At a Spe- Ld rial B�atei||'MeeHiig nf tbc Sharchaldcrs, held at the Loadon i'amc-li�u�e,l>�i^ia�erhlll, this E9tb day of November, 1S3S, Cnipttinl!. P. BRENTON In tlie Chair, li     rcsolvlNl-Miat. the Capital of the Company be for the prc-M�l limited lb 60,S�fc' In iShares of iOJ. each. Rmlvod-Tliat^>Jr  for carrying this measure into effect. Itetolved-That tlie Accounts of the Company do lay at the Office in Ijiirai'cr.place, far the Inspection of the Shareholders who have ifucil ihe deed of settlement. The above Resolutions being carried nnanimnusly, Ufkilvcd-Thnt a Copy thereof be for irarded to each of the Sharc-B"li]era,aud that the same be advertised in theNcirspapcrs. Uucastcr.place, By Order, Sov.     IBM. CHETWOOD EUSTACE. pREASE'S WESTPHALIAN LIQUID, for ^ Curing Hung Beef, Hams, Tongues, &c. without tlic tedious >t�ce� �f iraokiug and-drying,-Th11 liquid, by simply brushing or fflwiing tlic meat after salting, and hangliig it up fbr afew da(f  , Drairinga, Maps, .Vc. nt Is. and Ss. per Bottle, with printed di-'"Uiiiis. Mnitic Varnish, for Oil Paintings, at Is. per Botili^ with '�rry article In Oils, Colours, nnd Varnishes, for home consuBlption '":iV�rtatioo. CLARK'S HARNESS, SADDLERY, and ACCOUTREMENT WAREHOUSE, EXETER 'CHANGI:, �inuul.-Tbe Warc>oaseat the back of this old-established place of "wst.furuisaietond division of Exeter'Chanee, where may be wnalargnaiid well liiannfacjured Slock of fashionable Carriage, i-cnclc. Tandem, Phaoton, Sianbopc, nnd Chaise Harness, with a!?- ""ffilitlon of Miliury, HuntSug, and Side Snddles, Hrrte ^'Mnr,�c, which merit iaspaction from their excellent qnality, ^'tyleofworkmaaahip, and moderate price. Saddlery and Har-'^>'ntabk!fortlitTaendage to the drawing room and ;'to>lcl: j.rice Ss.- 6d.i is., 8s., and 16s.-The above articles nre k "Uctored and sold by-Ri^e and Brockbnnk, Perfumers to hi� and the Royal Family, M, New Bond-street. ^^liOESS'S ESSENCE of ANCHOVIES.^ 'I.'RQFK*'''"";*''**"''''^*'T"'*Savoy-steps__JOHN Mde h'.l '''"Si"!*'"'''''''"''       numerous endeavturs *�1 it iBcf'"l'"^ aipnrious Article for Oieir make. IKrcliiJ, 1 upon them to r*qUesl the.ntteiiUon of the Public, in Mil-�fi.""      coweivc to be the original, to observe Uie name ve. The the uiigi jwing Co ,"butwi I.,.,   .,, .   _ _____ ,f Anchos.,^    ________     ___ ^"mir w """without address.-JOHN BURQESS and SON '*i.tet\crV""'f�^" honoured with snch dIsUnguished approba- MiLe.liT coweivc to be the original, to observe Uie name like  V�"''�"l"""l wiUi above. The geacrol appcaranrc 'Bmi?, n ,'7'l''' �''"'' S'^'"'. "O'er of ^,.;^-�ep>,Iiondon. the angiiuil Fish Sauce Warehouse. UROMATIC SPIRIT OF VINEGAR.-This . Henry, , niid Blew, oaeormore iT" 11 evcrir iVi      . r'�    t"'^.''"� V^"^^ "y one or more of uS^K."*?""-"?" "^"."'begeuuiSc, unless the S'.whichiJnJL*'*''"'^"       ongraredon the Goverhmerit |�*'l',�hich is nJ j'^'^''". "       engraved on the Goverhmc No. 10,63b:] WEDNESDAY BVENlN' i.LlAMS, and" Co., having, b'y the very general aad'aeirere vreanre ol^the momeiit.been ohliii^ to SUSPEND their VAYMEJTT*), itrWi.ff ff om. circainitances over which they had nu controul, beg leave to assure their Friends and the Publh^.tliat they have every confidence in being abte,-on SATURDAY lilORNlNG NEXT (at latatj-toHtSUME tlie BUSINESS of the Banking Hoosc as usual. UoUc�-�troet,Dcc. 1S,I8J&. .      y         - . IVf EXICAN ElVE PER CENT. LOAN- JLTA The NinUi Quarteriy Payment af.the Interest on Mexican Five per Cent. Stock, due on thelst of Jaauary-ncxt, will he paid at tho Counting-hausc of Messrs. B. A. GoldschmidC nod Co. on that and the sncteediug' days; and the lielden nfe requested to leave the Dividend Warraaia a't their Office between Ihe hours of Ten and Tiro, with Lutx thereof, dnnicricUly arrangcd.ar least one Hay previous to jinyment, ino^ijer that they may be examined. GREEK LOAN. 1825.-The Second Half-yearly Dividend, on the Bonds of the above Loan, tlue on the 1st af January next, will be paid on tho succeeding days at the Cnunting-hoaso �{ J.andS. mcardb,.Wamrord.eo|irt, Thniglndrton-street.*^ The Dividend.Warrants, with a List thereof, in numerical order,mu>t be left at least tiro days previously fbr examination.       ' �IAN0-F0R1'ES kndPEDA'LH ARP,.Secoud- M62.,.for 80 guineas; Single Action, 45 guiiiens, cost^guwmu. iate the imopcrty of Ladies, at J.-Walleits's, is' LcfcestctrPlxe. JIANO-EORTES.-Royal Musical Repository. S^St. JameaVstreet, u|ino�Ue Jorroyn-strret, London,anil 7, f^*?'V'^i^''lV^J^^-^- WILMS and Co. h� mott respect.. soppUed with a ipiendi4 asrortirtept of qfwul Cabtaet. Uotiage, Sauarc, and Circular, TPiano-fortcs, with tlie latest irapiovemcnti. ABa single nnd doublo.o*s Minislers; the principal Law Offrccrs and Judges; the Commi.  in the United Kingdom.^_ Price, neatly stitched in colnurcd pajMir, 4i. THE IMPERIAL ALMANACK for 1826.- 'The Editor of this annual imblicatioa cannot.but be gratified by the high ojilnioii entertained in this country of its correctness and uiility, as well as o.i tlie c;oiiiinciit; and more pnrticulnrly by tho Kditor of the Bulletin des Sciences, Mathematiques, &c. published at Paris, who has qnoted from it those iwrticiilnr* of astronomical phe-lioiiienn not recorded in the Connniss.ince dcs Terns. In the present edition greater improvements liave been introduced. The First Division, rclalin;; t> matters purely astronomical, or connected wilh tbc calendar, embraces Ihe Elements nl tlie Solar System; Mr. Pond's Oatalofue of 60 Stars in Rijrht Ascension and North Polar Distance, and j>t. Brinhlcy's of 4S in Bight Ascension; a copious list ttf Solar aud Lunar Eclipses to the end of Ihe present century; Tables oT Transitu of Venus and Mercury, to the years s,noo and 1,900 respectively; and an account-of more than 170 Occultntions of Fixed aian behind the Moon, far 18K, from Professor Schumacher's Astro-nomltchexHachricfatcn, which have not yet appeared iu any English Work. Tt�6econd Division exhibits the Caleadar, wilh its usual nccom-liauiments, and twelve columns of^Lunar, Meteorological, and Astronomical, information. The Third Division containsibesides lists of the Royal Families of Europe,their Anbassadors, the Lords Spirilual. and'Tcmjwral In oBB-cial stations, a eopioua Synchronistic Table of the Reiipis of European Mouarchs, from the year 1,100 to thehiresent period) A table hifflily usefulto all rcaden of history); an Epitome, month by, month, of the aimate of Calcutta; PopuUtion of Hindosian nnd of its principal CitiM ;-an .Analysis of the British Revenue np to October, IBii; and a Review of the Bleosures of the Imperial Parliament during the.hist Session; the while comprisinsn work of reference, equally iutercst-In/T to the man- of science, of taste, and of business. � London: printed for the Company of Stationers, nnd sold by C. Qreenhill, at their Hall, Ludgatc-strect, nnd by all Booksellers in the United Kingdom. In a few days will be published, by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh : and Geo. 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Finch," nt the Saracen's Head Inu fn* Chelmsford, m the County of Essex, on Friday, the iMh .bivof J.-inuar, next, at Three o'clock In Ihe aflern.ou, wUh the ap^o-b.itiun of James Wra. Farrer, Esq. oue of the Masters �f the ilScl Cnnrt, Manor, convenient outbuildings, and about 217 acres of good seumlknbfe pasture, .ind ftrazins laud, thereto helonginp, land tax redaCKca. iu tliR parish of Bumham, in tharoanty of Essex. Head, Rochford; and White Hart, Boriihtun-. aud a       of t_ may he seen at the Office of He siid 'Me�sr*; "GeiSj ani Chelmsford.-J. H. Forbes, Plaintiff's Solicitor     ' Norfolk.-Tobe SOLD by AUCTION, by Jlr. PEYTON, at the Juiiel Inu, at Great Yarmouth, on Thursday, the IStU of DecJiS^at Three, in Four I.rits, , v� iiescinp�r,Bt Very Desirable ESTATE, situate in tlife seveTal L Parishes of Ormesby, Filby. mid Cni.{er,.aii.l:ti,e P^Khof Ampiniij, Bedfordshire: the Pt.ceof Sale: andof.Ur. Peyton, CboV,-court,C�r.y-.treet, London.   Plans of the sevenU Lots may h*^' at Mr. Corey's, Mr. Everett's, .-ind Mr. Peyton's. )r�;s��i. Freehold Estates, Worcestershire.-To be SOLI) by AUCTION, at the Crown Hotel, Broasgrove, in the County of W.ir�,ast�:, ga Wednesday, the Slst instant, precisely at Four o^Clock'la U�r*ner-noon,inihe underraeulinncd Lots,, and uubject to condiiiimk Ui^e then and there produced: Lot 1. A Valuable anil very Desirable ESTATE. jt\. called iho.PIOEONflOUSE FARM, cotilistUff of ai good and substantial messuaio or farm house, with alluillnble and requisite farmbuildinjts,and about M acre* of first rkte�r�lil arisbof-TardsbiR. cont.ilnin|p jibonjtamt^^ also iu the tenures of the said Oeorge Yatei, who Is Uodarncd^to quit the saui^ at IiadyD�y.next. . .     '   . The above Esgitts are situated in a fiae aportltij-cbuolry. ana abound with*aroe, belWe surrounded by the JiresoWia pf ttutt'ev. Dcnh.-ini Cooke and Thootas Vernnni Bsq.,'and near tUe'�ilensive preserves of tbe.JE�rl.of Plyroojith^ are diataat ftem^BxninsEnive about five mites, seven from Alce^ter, and withiii a short di�(ante of the Worcester and,Blrmlnsbam Canal, sndaboiit a m.ini from th� new tumyike road leaditff from Pei'shore to Birmipfham* There is acontiJeraMe quautlty of fine thritioe'tlm^rztowjoe' upon the Fjiata,aml th^ laniltlvc ami poor rates are low. -. The Estates may he vinw^d'oa application to the tenant, 
                            

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