Courier, December 15, 1825

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Courier (Newspaper) - December 15, 1825, London, Middlesex rpHEATRE ROYAL, DRtmY-LANE- JL Thta Erenlnr >in be perfbnn�d, After which, THE or. The MWnicht Houn To ondade jlU�iJ)E.tAiPKROUSE. To-morrow, Famha; �iafThe*C�miiv and Giovanni In London. X Iu�t.ft^JWl>lEHKrJSi4Kfi,,amVlbi!w'S0UTH WAJIiGS, tbeftieMe�toW�MW Suav FAfRrfRtD.-A 1, Copjere.1; BimTien SCO Tow, JAWffl WOJIK, Cnmmaader,.yiog In thtt I*julou.�bcK.! nas excellent �a*Al�M�Wonrfiii-I>�meoMrii--:ForrrBltht�^ i;,pl,to.B"�W^B�l(���Vand^eRoyal NaTOl Club hereby ci�e notice, thatthej oroiuidor; ihenPtewlty ofrtmttinsupthe CInb Hoa�e uh the ISth liulant, and ,1^ no Ken*iie Ho9n�?�ja ITbft prooatti-' ?l>tte iibtlc�-�in be riren ,len llie Clob �illxe,-oncn.. .. , . ... � � .. ji), All�inarie^treet�Pfet.�, 18t5. ' ' flCrioOLTtrifsTEilS' s6biETy.--^Thfe. an- n NOAL CENKRAI, MBETINO of tlic SOCIETY of SCHOOL-,USTK11S wlll-bejield ou.THURSpAY JfEJ^T; * the Literary luiia.Sucii.'ly'� Chatrpet, Lincoln's Inn Ficld>..and ou the table Jit Kive ivcciselv__ Crallrmcn who intend to dine are reqoiated to leave'their nnme'i at ile liAr of the Tareni by Vmr o'CloMi nn (lie Day of Metilini;. J. RUSSELL, Treasurer to the-Socicty. ANTJ- &L a VEK Y SOCIETY.--POST-POSED MBETINft:: X�o MJEETINO (>r.Hir the Initisatian and Gradual Abolition ,f SLA VERY JUiiVMi^out � =------...... �--------~-i)ju'/II?IVOr |i llulRllar-% lOUt the drithrli Dominions; prnpoiied fo lie Iield a, Frec�U)�OJ^];/W?^I^J0l?*^Vfl.��:?ij The doors *lllb�.P Titelve Hi.I:>.v. Dcr jlbMllinl' the iiurp^vo of l^eiilio.iii,� ParlianwHi for the kl-^Uwrv; IS POSTPOUfeD to Wednesday, ,....... . iJ'.WILBERFORC&uHll takVlheChnfr. The doors tiilL be.opeiied at Elerco, and the Chair will bo taken at �cheo'Clobk:i>r�ei�eIy'  1 BICH4RD MATTHEWS, Setrttary. " ' . EAST lyniA hoiiSE; Dec; r. IMS. THE Court of Directors of t^c tJnjtctpCdmpany 'bondon, Dec. R. 199&. . .1 Sirs-We, the nnders^pied Proprietor!i1orEa�t India StoOc, duty oiialilied, request, that the GenerfJ Coutt of Proprietory, appointed tu il,- lield on the Slst instant, may be made further special.'tu take Inta" rpii'idcrnllon the foRowin; Proposition, which It Is onr intention to .iihjjt to the Court:- �  - "* That this Court, considerlug tlio ^eat importance of aknovr-l,'ilrt'oftheHinflou8tannoelianfrna~cfo European OBIccra, destined 1.. .letwith,and tocomioand, the Native Troeps, in India, rerommead I., ihp Court of Directors to t.ilce into their iHimediate cooMderallon (bi-iiroprietyofmakingReffuI.iiions, that no Cadet shall hencerorfh t>�> permitted to proceed (n India, unless be shall, upon ezainination, lu-found sufficiently ffrounilod in the Rudiments of the Hindoostaunec Lnnguasc.' ** Wc have Uie lionnnr to remain. Your obedient homble Sm-anf^. "JOSEPH HUME, "JOHN BORTHVVtCK GILCHRIST,} Topr^to"-TheGrncml Court,appointed to bo held at tliis House, on thcSlst ' ivtanl. is. therefore, made further spocini nccordin2lv. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. Jfoao^li}:^ 16, 1826.'' OPrics 7� BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS D^T T\/rR. R0Si|?S:.,TRANSLATi0Jf. of the OIV- ' '.'"r IiANDOJURIOSO. ...... __Priattd for JoSn Murfay, Albemarle-street "^^ --^ * R.^__ In��ol�,'iio�8Vi.M�.i�ThWEdlUt>tn I � ' EMARKS on ANTIQFITIESi' AUTS.'ttnd ^ ^  l*TTERS,�lurin)r�u Eicnhiontrfltnly.lntbo YcaM llMaad 18�.-By JOSEPH'FORSYTH, Eiq.' - ......^ :  '� - Pointed fut^Jdhn yttrray.Alb^inhtlefrtreet. ,  ^ . : - _. . In.Svo. price as. ' � ; ";E'iq.i^Irino- lii'.EAD-To his Majesly^s Ijand Forcos in Cnntonments, Quarters, j'J Baittcks, In tije nndemwiitioned Counties- .Mpamouth, North and Sout b Wales. tKCniid MUTTON-To his Maje-t.v's tand Forces in Cantonments, ^narlcTH, and Bari*ackB,ia the nndutincutluncd rn that dirine Ihe.'CAnHnuante of the Contract uo Traops should licsrjipliedb^Virroetif tlie'sisme, tiie ninonnt of the Stamps on the' CmiracI andBa|'V'>ion aiipUcatien. at these I'lamburs, between the hours of Ten ^d Four. . .. ?rtTi!r t^imelius Cator and others arc defendants, seCrrditMnbroBOROS SPARKF.S, lateofSldmonth,in t'econaty . r Devon, SwrObo: died i a tlic month of December, 1BU) aretocomeu liaiid ftof^Ml!^ .debts before Francis P.inl Stratford, Esq. one of ilie Master! of l|io said Court, at his Chambers, in Southamptnn-luiWings, Cbluu;iiry-1hno, toiidon, on or before ihcllthd.iy ofFe-bni>rr.lS��';"cinnrle-slrect, Edited by the snme Author, a Second Editiou, Svo. of ARCHBISHOP KINO'S SERMONS. - Second Edition, with Twelve Plmes and Map, Two Vols, foohcup, S^o. � price'IB�. SIX MONTHS' RESIDENCEantl TRAVELS in MEXICO, contnioi)i|j Rcmaiks on the present State of .New Sliai.i, its Natural Produi'tions, Stale of Society, M.Muiiacturcs, Trade, Ag-riculturc, and Antiquities.-By W. BULLOCtL.JF.L.S., Proprietor of tke late London Museum. _Printed for John Murray, Albemarlc-Urttt.__ In Svo. THE MISSION, to SLAM, and HUE. the?a pILilof COCHiri CHINA, in the Yean IHS)-?. From the Journal of the lale GEOKGE FINL.IYSON, Esq. Auistant Surgeon of bis Majesty's BIh Lifht Dr-igoons; Surgeon and Naturalist to the Mis-si.'.n. With" a Memoir uf the Author, l)y Sir THOMAS STA.^IFORD RAFFLES, F.R.S. London: Printed f.>r.Iohn Murray, Albemnrle-stropt, WANTED to PURCHASE, an ADVOW-SON, with thei�ros)>fctnf jin early presentiUon: to consist of : comfortable Residence, with Rectorial Olehe and Tithes, or inclosed lJuil9,uf tke,clear annHBl s-alue of SOo;__Addrcts particulars (post yAA) to Henry Dixoii, Esq. 0-\ford. filSTILLATION from POTATOES.---The mJ Proprietor! of the BELMONT DISTILLERY hereby cive un-lire.that tlioy hare now loft on sale a small quantity of their old ."ii.iiJi of BRANDY, at tlioir Rcctifylne House, in Prin�e8-street, Lam-bfili. Ready'or delivery, Itt qnantities'of hotle.'i than two cnllons, Ai Us. per'^llnn, fbr cash, with an allowance to the Tr.ide.-Letters 10 be addressed, post imid,. to Mr. Cooper, on tbc Premises. Vauxlinll, Dec 1S,18�. , BRUSSELS CARPETING, choice Patterns, JEf and ofthe best quality, 4s. 6d. per yard; Stair CnrpeUng*, Ojd. icliil,; wide widths, ltd. to sod.; yard wide checked Venetians, 3s. t'l ^.4d.; Superfines,'2s.9>1. to 3s'.; yard uideKiiUtorminstor^, s,.to S.4d.: SapirBnes, as. Sd.toSj. 3d.; Moreens, led. per yard, in a variety of colmtrsX Dru?retts, Table Covers, Blankets, Countorpnnes, Marstinsi Quilts, Ac. atGBORGE NICHOLSON'S Carpet Warehouse, 3^. Msat-street, near the Bolt-iii-ttin. ^_ INTER SILKS.-BROWN and HUB- BARD, Silt Mercers, 93f, Re^eul-street, opposite Hanovcr-i^ti'et, have the honour to inform the Nobility and Public, that they Uve on sale every d^^iption of Fashionable Silks, and a variety of sr.nn and useful materials fur srinter wear, at very moderate prices. 'iMfs, TippoU, and Furs, of every kind. Silk Clonks from �s. to 753. Wjni executed,also, for nuy imrticular size, or colour. A collection f heautiful Winter Shawls, with every uUicr article of fasliionable. r'simnc requisite for a Lady's ^r.1rdrobe. A quantity of coloured and ruck Gros dc Naples, to he sold a barp:i:u. TNDIA SHAWLS.-FURTHER REDUC- *- TION.-J. and W. WAlTIIMANhlvins made considerable pur-rl'^^-fsilnco the reduction of the duty upon India Shawls, and bcin); 'Wren* that their friends nndthe Public should derive tlie full licne-"'.iristnj thcrefrom..are uuw oiTering their present uxieiisive Stuck li--I than half the prices .It which thry could liavc been purchnned ain.ijroi,icr period.-No. 104, Fleet-street, corner of New Bridge- In two vnls. Svo. prire a^s. Third Cditi-n, NARRATIVE of the OPERATIONS and RE-CENT DISCOVKRIES williio t!.c PYRAMIDS. TEMPLES, and T031DS of EGYPT .ind.Nt.'BIA-By the late G. BELZO.VI. Priiited for .lohn Murray, Albeinarle-slrect. Forty-four CoIoui*ed Riipr.ivings, to illustrate the above, folio, price Ci. Six additional ditto, fi,lio, price miS. MARKHAM'S HlfiTOP.Y OF ENGLAND.-In 1 v.N. ISmo. � Nesr Edition, itith 14 Plates,IGs..baanlr, AHISTORY (rf .ENGLA ND, from the first In-VHiion by llir R-nnan'., to the end of (Uft Reljn orGwrg-e tlic 'Tbird, tvitb Crid^c. and on tke Principles of Arclies; ilUulratcd by ext^'n^ive Tables uf Brnl-e-s; ahn, containing the iiriiicipTes of Pendent BrT^Iycs, witU roference to the Catenary, aiiplicd lotlie Slenni Bfidg^p, and .1 T!iPorctic.nl InvEAL INDIA WOOL SHAWLS (itenerally *^ termed CBtnePs Hair.)-'�'he decided preference ;:iTcn to Hie !*antJfu1 S�iwli roccnUy introduced at HOWKS and lURT'S JNWA AIIEHoUSF:, 6�, F.loet-f.treel, ha� iudoccd Ihtiiu to extend tlieir ^I^Qifnctiire of this indisi�OMsable ornament in female attire; thrse iitc find ('Ii';;nttt Shawlvjuktly appreciated at ihe inont inpenions ^^Covery in iNe inanufocturinp: varuer of Great Britain, so eminenlly i-Mcsia (1,0 peculiar somfort and exouisite fnldi.ir drapery of real In-^-"Sha^ih (beincmado of the vime innterial), as to render it impos-^f^'pftirthe Item .iudr,i;i,i surcesilop of ICflVOlticB in the admired Lo�� Wool RhawH. '"i rh�ak% niid e\ery fabhieitahle orticJe for Winter Cottume, nt i^-'ipritevrice*.-N.B. Howes and IIiirt*�,60. FIcet-streot. The ut-'�^c Value piren for India Sba^t-l^ and Curiositicfi. , FASHIONABLE GREAT COATS, DRESS I f nnd MORNING COATS, LACKS'HABITS, PELISSES, Ac- f -tTfat saving will be_found at IIADFORDVS, 'ifi, Piccadilly, near ^'-klreut. fientlenrrn ^Drantin^ Inrfre cju.-mtitiei of fashlnnahle veil-'J^"�00(1 CLOTHES, cut r.pnn ".rientific principles, nnd made to fit ihapp in Rri elegant and mottaupeHurinnnner, Mill find lli*ipTeat-f-UcUaiitagK by RTtvini: their ordem as nt>ovc. Ladies^ Habits, Pe-^K. tfiit and made to fit in the firni �lyle. By c'xperte;iu-ed j^'rtimfn,and at moderate ;trlcei. Opei-a Cloak^i, Box, Curricle,and ^"^'ViiiR t:i,;iu, made at n short notice, fi�r tin-ctinvcnicnce of Gentle-^eatraielUiirj; ome �re Kept n^ady finished. A Suit well made in f'jr^it hour\, if required. Best Superfine Coatn, s/. 6s., s/. 12*., Blues tZilncVs .]MCs.,3L Jis., 3/. 18i.;I;isUit>n:ible Wni^t(�(mts,Ws. to I65.; ^:Um Trowt,ur�, 165. per pair and upward."!. A p-ood Suit of Servant's ''^Vfiy ci)m|iVie.ecieiI by ijnoil ro�a5,ahuut 4b "'Im frwn I-onilon, ITfr.nn Dri-litoii, .-.nd 10 frqm Tunbridge Wells, 'iiicrc iHacom'^rtnblc Pnnoiin^ellouse, anil near 40 acres of very elpbe- The Parish crfhsiitfi of about ll,Soo acres of land,^ ]"i'iT�if4,(|00�r� lii*a repelnr atato of mlth-ntion, and titbeable." TVre aru nc�t|y B,eoo acret of comm-m Und in the pariab, whleh, if �Klowil, vnAi f F5?"y merense Uie value of the Livinp. The nrc-*eai lncuml>0iit1[9'^vards of 10 years of a�o.-For price nnd uarlicu-w.tpplv to MeMti. Dyneleynnd Gatley.tSmj's Inn; or to MKPcy' ii^. Cook't.eo�rt,'Cat^-�lreet, LordoM._ , \ ' BEACALL, drept, having;,; ^-.omitting aWficaee, loiicmaue the Scie:ice of ARTIFICIATj; ^J-'-tH, where mechanical contrivance it requisite, hU jiccnliar Wy.conUnoea to SHpply the loss ofTcelb. with Natural ur Artificial, , oamiierlorinadner, without the least p.ilK, frpm a single Tiruili to4 "�mpl6tc8ct,atlUile more than one-halfUic usual charges. T^tb ' "fined, if ever 90 discolored, and rendered white and beautiful, without pain, or iojary to t\e enamel. Eitractine, slopplnp, and' oper�i).;u oBtUv Teeth nnd Cuuis.^Aitccids nt homo from Tcr. "'Four.  - --.,, ... THE EXPEDIENCY of the POOR LA\V SY:er, l>atemo^> in- ite varioua v JL' jlmnchos. bx^mjiini'ridlii a'cottne of S9 prqfressiVB Le�siiBs,.ln )�r�elitlioTiriiiciiili9.o/efrep�--iirp e�iilalnod fa a dear; inethodlcnl, Vid,at tbe same ilme.Camiliar ttyle ; c:^lcu!ated to afford iboae who )Uil:tcr-ron-. IRikHTOFOGRAFnY..^I)Iustratedwilb Plate., price 11.4a. in deuiy :8TOiiper,\riUi|iroof iuipfCMloos ef tbsPIata^ 1Ca^ty. EaebPartcou. tniniuj^Poiu;beautiful Viewa, drawn andea^raved by. Hsurs.Storcr, to whicb are- attached tSe Arinorial Bearing* of the Propjietors of the Mansions.. Wilii Historical and Doicrintive Notice, f^om actual Survey. By J. If. BREWfiR; Esq. ' = JLondon; PoHiabeil by Sherwood, .Gilbert, and Piper, Patcmoster-ruw; and Soldby the- Bi>nkse1len in Glonceatershfre and the adjoi..-ing Couutie., wltcrgSpeclnieti. may bg.ocn. . . ..... GREECE-Price lis, ia boards', Ulustraled with a fiae Portr.-iit of Loi*d Bvron, iind several cnrion. nte-iimitn, h New EilHiou of GREECE, in 1823 ahdrl824 ; being a Series of Letters'and othf'r llocnments on the Greek Revolution. With nuuiitrouH Supplementary Papers.[nnstrativo of tbe State of Greece in ISii.-By the Hon. Colonel LEICESTER STANHOPE. Tu wb{c*h^re added, RemtnlHcences of Jjord Byron. ** Tbia is a very inierestiaff'Work on Greece, h ia concluded by tbe bC9t report on tho stale ofaer.i>r>ia that Country, wVicli lias ever appeared.!'-Timea. , , _ ; . Published by Sherwood. Gilfcert, and Piper, Patemoster-row. PUB THE LAWS of'thS^CuSKftSsf^^iled by Diraetien of the Lords Cominls.ione��,of JU^ Mnjeat,'. Troo-suEy.aa^^nlblbhea by tie jsupolklinent, and unJ�r tfct sanettm. "f tieetwwiSrfWaers of hivx4nt}*s Cmtni^; wiiH Wdife. andmd'etes. �y/.D. KCUB, Edtt ofLondon. .^i-.:-' '-r � r-.yr > . ' ____PublitiheJ by J. MJmmsa, Ludzaie-'Teet. _ SUPPLEMENT TO THE STRASBURttH ATHiJNjBOS.-A suiai 1 __-.^^ . Bnpiieaaibn.beantifnUjF printed in 8T0.r*�- rrERMESTANACTlS COtOPHONII de XX POBTARUU et PHU/>S0PHORUM AHORIBUS FC40-NRNXUM,iBXAUien�lLibroDe�^ Terilo DeJumptnm. et CSMII-datium editoni, cum Notts crilici. el bislsrici-i. 7�ndiui; apuilRicArdum Priestley, ATHEN^US, Or. ct Lat. Schweighaeuieri, et Jacobsii, lifn. Sro. ^weil. Arpent. isoi.-A n�i� Liat of-R. Pricalley'a Chmicnl Puhlicmimis (gratis). PQRSON'S.JSURlPlDKS.withSCHiEFBR'S NOTES aad INDBXBS. Eleirnntly printed, in crown Svo. price 14s. EURIPIDIS TRAGtEDIiE QUATUOR (llecnbK,-Orestes. >rede.1, PhccnUsa),, Grace, ad 6dem MSS. einendata!etbrevibu�Notis instructs. In usum Studioaa: Jnventutis. Rdidit RICARDUS PORSUN. Atcedont NotiE critica et Indices locupletissimi G. HGNR. SCII�-FEttr. . Each flay may be had separately with nn Index, at 3a. 6d. Londlni: .Suuiptthns R. PriesUey. A Lirt of R. Priestley's Classical Publication, (gratis). _ In one vol. Svo. price lo^. 6d. , AN .4UTUMN in GREECE, Rnd GREECE toflni CI.OSE of 1S-J5. The f-rmer by.H. IfYTTON BULWUR, Ksq:; In-tielter� "addressed to C. Brinsley Sheriibin, B�q.; ihe latter by a Rnldent with the Greeks, recently arrived. Dedicated to the Right Hon. Geer^e Cani)in-. ... ill. JBolwer's letter, are very well written, some of them are, in-deo*!, elegant; and they contain, we are assured, a very-fSiitbfai pic-lure of Greece, anil Greek alTairs. No writer that w�b.-vvc seen takes so jnst a view of the Greek cWaracfer."-Literary Chronicle. " These letter, di.play that sort of playfbl eijhiulaiiii -wbicb we aliauld'cxp^etfroni a youu^ Collep;ian,-de�tibinf scenei'of jreat in-tmat td Ubv both IhroMgb claulcal aisociadon and eiiatinc ciraim-st)i!ieM.-'*-^>(tenry Gazette. ;.: W�eMe�n>thcw.rkhaft>reiLs aa affording-. .infafnaUeir r�*yMt-ine tbe intm�> disicntion* of Gree�e: tbe ebaracter, and caatoBEi nf tbe pM^fr, ^livened hypertiaoTst anecdote,and tbe whole vre^onted Ifl'lanfnajewhich display, in the-AotTiorthe man of feelinr nadlbe scholar. The loven of the pirturesqaa will own the'baauly and amsia-UutV'ni:Ujaketch-In one larre vol. Svo. )(. 1�s. boards, �ORITI^H/FIELI? SPORTS ; embracing Prac- JU^ tlcsillnstmcticms ia Shooting, Tlnnttrifr* Coursing, Rnctuj, Vi>*U-inp, ftc; with Observnti�nfl on tK�J Brcakirff and Trnininp nf Do(r> and Hones; als^, ou the Mxndpeipeat of FowltaiT'pieces, and all othnr Sporti*!* Iinpleraonts.-By Yf- W. SCOTT, lllmtrated wiili upwards nf 00 hi'hly-firiiiibe*! Birgravinsii by the fir�t Artists, caraprel.cnding: every variety of snycct connected with Field Sporm. A few cdpies arc printed" on iarg^e paper, with Proof Tmpreuions of the Plates, price three suineas, boards. Also, by Uie same Author, * TheSPORTSMAN'S RKPOSITORY; compriiinjra series of hiybly finished En^ravingSj repretentinff the Horse and the Dop in all ihrir varieties, executed in tUeiine manner, by Mr. John Scott, from prigi-nnl Puinttnjpi by M.-irsliall, Ueinagle, Gilpin, Stuhbs, aad Coopf r ; .ic-cotnpnnjod. with a coniprehen^iyV' de^ciiptinn of the different species of each, and "a variety of information in Trninin* andthe Amnte-ment� of ttie Field. Klosnnily printed in 4(o. nnd einbelUsbed witli forty highly-finished Copper-plate Knsrarinpi, and nunierou� Cuts, price au^t, boards.. PubliiTicd by Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Patemostcr-row. DOMESTIC MEDICINE.-Price 64. Ad. in boards, THE NEW DOMESTIC MEDICAL MA-NIIAL; beinij a pr.-ictlcal nnd familiar Gnide tn the Treatment of Diabases saie|-ally,�n n simplified and condensed plaa; containing Opinions of the mc\' This Eai.iy contains inauy Practical Ohaervations, fnpplicabic t.i most of the Younger Candidates fof the honours and cin.lumelin �!� the Prafesaieiu , It loay be strouKly recoinmooded aa.a safe and useful guide to Parents, who inonn to Educate their Children for tbe PraciiLe of MeJicine nnd SurVOilKT-Wmo. priie i^.' boards the Second Pnrt �if THE HISTORY of HENRY MILNER. a Little Buy, who w.^s not bronsht up nccor.ling t* the Fashions of tbis^Vorld. By Mr�. SIlKRWOOn. Printed for J. Halrlmrd and Son, IS7, Pircadilly. Lately published, bv the same Author, 1. The Hl.STORY of the FAIRCHILD KAJIILY. One vol. I�m0. price 5^. boards, sevrntli edition. 2. Tiic ORPHANS of NORMANDY: or, Florentine and Lucie. IVmo. nriri'i?s.n.l. Iio.ird*, third edition. 3. The HEnGK nf TllOllNS. IHmn. pVice ?�. bo.lrds. fourlli edit. 4. Tiie HISTORY of HENRY HILNER. 18nio. Part I. price J-i. 8d. boards. -  ..... UICKSON'S PR.\CTtCAL AGRICULTURE.-In two thick vols. �to. illustrated with 100 Copper-plalo .Engravings, comprehending f(io suttjccls of improved Aj�ricultural Implements, tbe difiVrent Breeds of Cattle, the various Grasses (on IS CaUur.d Plates), &c. 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