Courier, October 21, 1830

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October 21, 1830

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Courier (Newspaper) - October 21, 1830, London, Middlesex ^OYAl MILITARY COLLEGE-Such .R Persons as are 10 Contract for the supply of the follow. sTAT/0^RV'?l"rom Hie JMb of December 1830, to the 81 th of CtOTHI"6' , December, 1832. nn/-PRlE�-Frnm Hie 251 li of December, 1830, to the 9�H. of r>o 6& IS*. "",,fl'ostpai'on,or>6 Office, at, the Collejro. �ny ||nyT Ij.t si Jei�een the hours of Ni,o in the Morning and Four o'clock in rrTn'EXTRAORDINAllYnWEETING 0f A (he Genera} Body of PROTESTANT DISSENTING MIMs itRSof �be Tlireo Denominations residing fn ond about the Ci. e. Skm >" Westminster, l.eld at Dr. Williams', Library i.. if i $7ree., on Tuesday, October 13, and by aJJc unnncR Friday, Jf*'"*1"'' The Kcv. JOHN COATES, in the Chair; gei/ilved unanimously, -..in tl,er" P1 c,, ,,f their marriages, and the forcible separation nf .....1 marriage tie; and by an intnlerant i rights and privileges. �f�a2,,fbcc-."n..i.e.l ... �tferencc their ( hri tjlt* .-rounds, this body feel it to be their bounden duty to � - �.ioi.s't" "o'1' " nisl"i ofParlin.ne.it, earnestly praying li.e.n ilii**''ell,'i1(1ut delay, "'"el. measures of justice mid sound policy as M�i>P1' WJ, H.,.,c>.'ir most efTectunl for preventing slavery in the Bri-glK"'. fr ,',, being transmit.ed to posterity, and for abolishing it ihe -snag ee..eration.THoMfts ^ rTT^GTGE^-FIVE PER CENtT nl ^lr'iVTED -fio.noo or ,�15,0.00. The interest will be paid at .,j.�ter-s in Lo..d.... (half-yearly) without deduction or trouble. West Indian Estate of ample value, with the ad-(for two-thi.ds of the advance) upon land In Enj "Jviecorityi? o Mail lemnty ,.. . . LJn-W�Ies- Ap|.ly personally, or by letter (post paid), to A ll�iiilry-'trret, Brdford-square. where ev>ry info.mntion fsbjreailily e.vrn t- any Lady or GenUeman desiring it. None UfnucipaUwill lie treated with. jfiolxLy.V, a desirable RESIDENCE, Nofsi" .i-i.ipd for a Pnifessi ('"rt- There would be no objection to letting ihe vtrf*ofthc The House is in excellent repair, and well ^slated for a Prolessionat txi'ntleuinn, being in the immediate vici- *t'.""?fi.!,nilo"i�e or ihe First Floor furnished, and if for a pern.a-,eoc7' be -upplied for ready money. ' "he p a r a d o x. Hon-brilliant and chaste than phosphorescent light. The lamp-bearing frlowworm, or Cre-fly in flight; More deeply than ebony darkness that glooms, Lives inn. s'et reflects, and all nations illumes, linrivnlP.I acclaim ever prone to command ;- ilia, bat WARRKVS JET BLACKING ? -30, the Strand. MINERAL Sl'CCEDANEUM for FILLING DECAYKl) TFKTH.-Monsieur MALLAN and SON. Sl'H-�0S DENTISTS, No. S-2, OIIEAT RUSSELL-STttEET, BLOOMS-I0EY jraieful for the high and extensive patronage which has so "ttnnen'tlj distinguished their professional exertions since their nr-inil in the Brit i-b Metropolis, respectfully announce to theirjenrly fstieoUat the Wes' End. that, anxious to consult their cpt.veni. nee, ftcjhavefurmed an additional Ea'ablishment at No. 9, Half Moott-Breet, Piccadilly, �here tliey perform all Operations on the Teeth lid Gums, as Cleaning, Fastening Loose, and Stopping Decayed JTltlli, with the celebrated Mineral Succedaneum so universally re-aanended by .lie F�. ulty of London and Parts, and s.tpp'v whole or �nalSeuof Tee'li, either natural or formed �l the above iucor-alibte Mineral.-Charges as in Paris. D^kIaMES^ FEVER POWDEIl and ANALEPTIC PILLS.-The FEVER POWDER is universnily ipprored by tbe Profession and the Public-and is administered �ith qua! snccets in Ferer, Infiainmatory Diseases. Measles, Pleurisy, ImTbroaH, Rheurnaiism, Ar. When given in Colds, Catarrhs, .tc. ksfenerally found to check their progress, or shorten their dura-tkm. In Packels, Si. 9d. and 24s. Tbe ANALEPTIC PILLS, from their influence in exciting the n.n-unlsecretions, are an excellent Alterative Remedy in Chronic Dis-eue,Rheumatism, habitual Febrile and Gouty Affections, In.liges-tioi, Bilious and other Complaints of the Stomach and Bowels. In loin,ilh.6d. and ?ls. MlbjMessrs. Builer, t'hymiats, Cheapside, earner of St. Paul's; . *�rorjiiito.. lid. New Bond-street, ami S90, lLofreat-street : Od-. liiyr.fioiford.i.reet: Bayley and Co., 17, Cockspur-street. Win-(Hf'i luluin-gntf Without ; Chalk, 47, Micoriea; Ensuni, 87, AM-ptel Odliif, 159, Borough; and at Lockyer's Magnesia \Var�house, K,Tottenham Court-road. V Observe Uie signature of " R. G. G. James" on the label.- Ac Public �re reejnested to be cautious in the purchase of these Me-1 ftitei, asi|iurious preparations are continually offered for sale. sales by auction. iotiad Susset.-CHpital Investment.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, bjlBEVE and VlDLK.lt, at the George Inn, Rye, Sussex, on Wed- about 8 miles from Battle, and 16 from SEVERAL PIF.CF.S or exceedingly good MARSH LAND, Waininf ab.ut 103 a. ie-.sini.itp in Ebony nnd Fairfield, in Ken', J"Hotnney Marsh, held under leaie from the Dean and Chapter of tuttrbory. Jorfurther pirliculars apply to Messrs. Dawes and Co., S-lirilors, :>J�-Klifible Pnrrhnse.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, either toge-*�win such Lots as shall be agreed on at the time of Sale, unless : tawed of hv Private Contract,' of whirl, notice will be given, !i MOST desirable RESIDENCE, called GttFENOFF.N HOUSE, situate between Tavistock, Ply-''.anil Devoiip..rt. It consists nf an excellent house, gardens, 'J*1'""', i-c, mosi tastefully laid out. fit for the residence of a F*T buml), will, about 50n acres of land, let to respectable tenants, **nari>lit. fen,. of Whitchurch, Burkland, Monachoru.n, and Ileer "flllnj ^'l;lles Le in a very good mining district, and have "'sofvery rich copper.silver, tin,and lead, running through '*otker. i"UI"'�" 'H'"u"'ul; well timbered with lofty oak, elm, liji '"rest trees; well watered; and the plantations are very *le '""tigUOUS. iJWetor? ('i' 'n '' "Pr l"'st l'"1"^ "'''''y c>enr�C rimkc. E�q. Jtt,^ ,ur.'I'plepen, Neutou Abbott, Devon: Messrs. Martin and a^Ksnc ','''eirs Lani1 Surveyors, &c, Tavistock; John HVi.oV ^hf"nr- p. Barnard's-inn, Holborn ; or F. Willesford, t^ofil r"vls,orlrcilo,,�-Dated Oct. |fi> jsbo. ifid^.^--�-----.--- ;*"�,cal|�in '"M'ortant Freehold Estate of 1,057 Acres, and lle-i- S*�fan el ,l>ln',rii-bouse in complete reiwir, very delig" -*��i. PiL" & _bMutifully timbered Park of above 300 acres, w �*tii_ ni "enuiiiuny umnereu i u.i is u. - - � t ^ Pleasure.grounds, Kitchen-gardens, Paddocks, and Plant* w �V,iia Residence, called the Hill House, the Seven Balls ^BcJii) ---------.....^.........____ JkeSoi nPi 'un',t'.v desirable Farms, Lands/and Tenements- An, n,T ,y, AUCTION, by Messrs. DRIVER, nt the Auction 'HBle  v' Nov- �� Twenty Lots. iriL"nP�rla,,t ESTATE,called STANMORE '�^*� u\\\* ,'r"lcil'all>' Freehold, and very eligibly situate nt wS�i�of A|C"U'"y of ^'''''lesex, next to the Priory belonging to J?�ilej nf n ercor"> only about ten milesfroin London, anil witbiii U^'t'tital Tr"v' surrounded with excellent roads, nnd com-u�Jl'�j(�I1j| !"'. '"b'tautial mansion-house ot handsome elevation, ^^^i inner i "" first ,"sl>nction, containing spacious hall or dfetii, U' n"'1 E'rant' staircase communicating w,tu ",e tin, '""ii: elegant drawing room, capital dining- '� Millie nom' ntul Eo?ntlemaii's room, nil en suite, beside* """uiddri-0"1' 0,1 tbe principal floor are fourteen best bed "i dres SS rooi"s ; and on the upper floor nine secondary %T"*olEces ""E rrt,ltns, Ac, with every description of requisite tf'*Te�,foofD1"st.coml'1etely arranged: capital stabling for 6f. 1 ?wcnaveBttoaTn.h,)Vn!'act n"d va'nable farm adjoining the park, with %!?�cres oT ' tarn' n,�, requisite outbuildings, containing *?9let,i'elv nrai ' l'a5ture, and meadow laud, in the orrupa-�Uia ru�">ns Eggar and George Hawkins. Likewise a "S. 'Esq. ,,i "' called the Hill House, on lease to Asber .^SWera. r .?,,ry ""eH'uir houses; the Seven Balls public 'SS?*"Vmier sh �C" n"rt v�luable parcels of rich meadow land, ilkJJl">�evF.so (. ,' 283 "cres, m tbe respective occupations of 5?,8�ai�el p, 7lev- Mr- �>auvel, Messrs. John Wilson, John vhT" Kf' 8'lTesrer Tomlitu, John Hodson, and Mr. Jos. L^WSeaSoM tn.be viewe�l �""> tickela only, which, with 'Tuinore r." , en6,raved plans, may be bad on application a ] THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1830. [Price 7d he AT II e .beBiht,''ioUcrrfc;'cy.'a9,'rinU-d on superfine paper, It!"' �?f..!,."-Ji,.RC,>.conl,,ni,,ir l-'orly.eight Columns ' Six- utid jiublished VcXluSIV M"r'""S ,l "-e Office of the Paper, bv W. S. Allen, '.^"""'�e-su-ee.. Strand, London, price '^"'". the Stage-The History of till No- ntul iriubt intcr- -Pi\t\ce M*MttT-I'Cix* Sylvamm, by Strutt - in the Kast, by rl\i; AIlTft. Duke of Newcastle, by Turner, after Lawreiue nich, by ('(ium-iii, alter Lawrence- Ut Vu**s of Hie Lakes of Scotland--Views - Illtistration-t of Scott's Novels-Nm Annuals -Ecolo An*lnts, &r. & i. Ac. M ISC ELLA Th'EOCS AND OIMGINAI, PAVEUS. TliorwaU.sfn- BurckliardiN t orre9|�.uolenrf unh his I'^rents- I it -ill.mi Scenes, by Miss Einiau Jlober:;,-Desci iution nf Florence- R.-l--ian Lepeuds-The Antiquity of Oil P.iintinp -The lloui-s l^sl adapted to Study; with Nolices ef li>run, Scott, and Moore. Ac. &v. ORIGINAL POETRY AND ESSAYS WlllTKUS. Original Correspondence from Kivmcc, Italy, Germany, Intiia,&c.L with Nonces of ouch Learned Societies as air open, either at home of abroad -Of the Theatres-Of New V umc - W'oi ks of Art i Propie-a - Exhibitions,&c Ac-Ac.; nnd more than 2i> culuiuuh of in teres! ing Anecdotes, Statistical Fuels, &c. Ac. Ac. It is though! necessary to announce that the Aihenrrum has been, since June, in the hands of New Pi oiirietors, and under a New Editor, and i� an attempt to e^labh^b 41 A Literary Paper" iii.lepeiw'ent of the preat Publishers. The Proprietors are unwilling to speak of the result of ihcir exertions, but may, without indelicacy, refer to tbe OPINIONS OF THE PUBLIC PRESS. " To tbe Literati, nnd indeed to the Public generally, tl.e appearance of n paper devoted to liurniorc, scient e, miuI the . it s, conducted on liberal and independent principles and untrammelled by any direct connexion witit the l>o.tli ti;ide, has loop been a most import.int do-stdei alum. Entertaining ns we do, a very hii;li opinion of tbe talent and judgment by which the period-r:il publicnti'um, hrre-tofre exclusively dedicated tn huch purpo�ea, have been conducted, it would be abnurd to expect Uiat the iutere-.li of the a vo� ed ;-.ro-piietorsol' Hiich works s'muld n-'t, in a very pern I ui r decree, affect t he i one a nd spirit of their erit icism'-; and it wi�u!d be as vain in ns to expect impartial and unbiassed opmioua fr:nn tl. per ie> inav i'o i�v� \\ etl, and, at all events, ihcir mvn credit with t..e public al s'.ike. \\'e, tl.ei elore, hail with pleasure the unpriced appenrjnc � of ihe Atlie-nrrjuni- a Journal which, whilst it i-, iVt e fc.'in all snrh objections, tirmps m itb it the hi^lwind puwerlnl recominendatmn oi genuine talent and uncomrromibinp principle. Established "lelv upon �Tou>id* pledge by which they claimed the pntr.uafre of the literary world. Their critical opinions are pronounced with firmness and wilh fairness; boldly, impartially, but not arrogantly, or with any haup.hty assumption of HUpenor endowment. 'I heir original articles ate invariably of the most interesting- nature, and their miscellaneous information vat ied, instructive, an 1 amusing." - Cheltenham Journal, September r>. ** 'I he Atheuwum is a weekly periodical of decided merit, and distinguished for the vigour and impartiality of its tmir and criticism; its intrinsic merits, added to the independent $ tit nil it has taken amongst the periodicals of the day, enli'dw it to extensive patronage. Il is conduLted with much ability, both as to matter ai d arrangement. The republication in Monthly pars, fur the moie studious reader, is extremely well judged.*1-Globe, Oct. I. ^ The AthenoMiin (a Journal to whoso increasing utility and high talent we are �lad to have th'u opportunity of bearing testimony.)*'- The Atlas, Sept. 19. '* We copied Inst week from the Athenaeum an intf rc-tin*- ariicle, Ac -i there are few weekly publications uloch contain more original or better selected intelligence than the Athena:um."--Observer, Sept. I?. tt We copy the following from that most able and conscientious London Literary Journal, the Atliemcum - a Paper as remarkable for the novelty and variety of its contents, as for the honesty of its criticisms-a raic quality now-a-day s."- Glasgow Free Pi ess, Aug. 11. 41 Among the periodical literature of the day, this weekly publication bears n high character. Us reviews are urtlten wit � impartiality - its r nginal articles are the productions ot men of genius.''- Devon-port Telegraph, Sept. IS. " That very excellent literary periodical, t he A then arum."- PI j-incutl. Herald, Aug. S3. *' The Athenuiuin, from whirh the above is cx\racfed. is a publication of great merit."-Coventry Mercury, Sept .'�. 41 We copy the following from that very able, industrious, and honest paper, ihe London Aihena-uin, which, as yet, is too little known in Scotland, but abounds in infoi inat'un nowhere else to be had.'' - Glasgow Chronicle, Aug. i0. 4* Th it honest and spirited puhlica'ion, the Alhcnarum."- Sheffield Courant, Oct. 15. 44 We have noticed wi'h a feeling of great satisfaction the independence by which the Athen-seitui is marked, and the efforts which nrf made try its spirited conductors to render literary critict-m something approaching what it ought to be. It is u� II known that most of the ci itical journals are in the hands of the principal publisher-, who are thus enabled to put forth as independent rrii icism exactly what may suit their purpo-.es, and promote the sale of their woi ks. L is with reference to this fact that we regard with pleasure the publication of a journal which is in reality wh.u the others profess to be. The Atl.e- iy parties . I ts cri-endeniess r. of any n,' in the BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. PARTIES AND FACTIONS.-Price 9s. Cel. pARTlES and FACTIONS in ENGLAND at Hie Accession of Willi.im IV. London: Printeil fur Lon-mnn, Reca, Orine, Brown, nnd Green. In foolkcnji 8vi'. price Ss. nd. (dedicated by expre89 permission tu Prince Lei'iiolil), TALES of the CYCLADES, and other Poems. By H. J. rsRADFIF.Ln. " Tbe elegance of .his coinpoiuioi. links n,e nutlior both with Grt'ere an:l Poetry in a pcniel innnuer.*'-Liternry Gazette. Lnndon: William Ki.1.1, fi, Old Bond-iirei 1. ROSAMOND: aTrageHv^ By THEODORE KOUNF.ll. Now first Translated frnjn the German. London : William Kidd, 6, Old Bond-street ; and Sunpkin and Mar-shall. Staiioners*-ccmrf. NKW AND INTERKSTING WORK ON THE WKST INOIl'.S.-In a handsnme \nhimp, ^vn. FOUR YJ'ARS' RESIDENCE in the WEST 1NDIKS. '* This is hv f;ir the most rrndnble book that h�s yet r.pprnrr.1 nn ithe West Imlia Colonies.ni.il it abounds in lively and giaphic picture* i I' s,,ri.ty."- Glaypow Free Press. . " A very n musing and n very va I liable work."- Literary Gh zelte. v\> earnestly rrcominentl this very interesting volume to the immediate notice of our readers."-John Bull. London: William Kidd.S, Old Bond-street. ROTTEN BOROUGHS. SOME ACCOUNT of the ELECTION for TRURO, August 3-6, IS30; with a Copy of the Charter, und a Table of Parliamentary Pntronage. Price 9-.. fid. This publication, in its detail-*, and by the observations on them it contains, applies generally to all the Rotten Boroughs in the K ingdom, and affords some useful practical suggestions as to reforming them, and consequently reforming Parliament. London: Baldwin nnd Cradork. THE VOCAL ANNUAL FOR 1*31.-In one pocket volume, price 4s. in boards, or 5s. fid. in Turkey inorocc >. THE VOCAL ANNUAL; or Singer's own Hook, for 183!, Embellished with Two Kngrnvui~s. London: Printed by C. WhUtingham, f.�r Thomas Tegg, Cheap-side ; R. Griffin and Co., Glasgow ; and Sold by all llooksel ers. In two vols. SvoM with a Portrait of the Author, and numerous other tdates. 'i AILLIE'S TRAVELS to TIMBI'CTOO, J and other PartH of Cent ral Africa, during the >ears ISil, :>, 6, 7, and S. 44 M. CaiWie has uuque^tiomblv achieved one of the grandest dis-Ct'veries of modern times."-Courier. " t'nillie is ihe only European who has succeeded in the attempts to penetrate to Timburtoo, and reluiueil, in spite of the perils iniei p-^oi! I)V the climate, to communicate all the information he has collected." - Evening Paper. Henry (alburn and Richard Beutley, S, New Burlington-street. The only Complete Edition, in f�ut volumes *vo. of BOURllIJENNFS PRIVATE MEMOIRS of NAPOLEON. " No person wlio is desir.-us rightly to appreciate the chararter of Napoleon, or to study the history ot the eventful period in wmch he nourished, will uuglect the perusal of this work."-Time". " These memoir-i must continue to the latest ages to be records of invaluable interest."-Liternry Gazette- Henry Colburn and Richard BenlIey,New Burlington-street. m1 of Complete in four volumes fivo. with a Portrait, and an engraved I-simile of the Original Declaration of Independence, EMOIRS and CORRESPONDENCE THOMAS J EFFF.RSON. Late President of the United States. *' One nf the m..st important publications ever presented to the world. In the catalogue of the benefactors of mankind, lew dcer\e s.. h-ph a station as Thomas Jefferson."-Westminster Review. " This work must undoubted!) forma part uf every historical library."- Spectator. N.B. Vols. 3 and i may be had separately, to complete sets. Henry Colburn and Richard Bi'itllev. ^. New Burlnifrtnn-street. JUVENILE PRESENTS.-In 1 v.I. small Pv. neatly bound, with four beautiful embellishments, price 4s., AFRICA, its Geography and History, Ancient anil Modem. ' S. The LIVES of REM A RK ABLF. YOl'TH i'f BOTH SF.XES, with fV.ur einbellisliments. Price 4s 3. HISTORIC ANECDOTES of FRANCE, villi four embellish- nlents. i Henrv Colhiiin and Richard Bentley, T------- New Burlington-street. p IRS praise. u oik h acute anil amMMiijj and u e have i:.c literary nieuin is undeniubly iudejie�de,u, and uiio.i.necled �,t|, wind, m.sl.l improperly influence ils murines �.. new wi k tic.-in is in a liberal but truly impartial spun, without any i towards Ihe author, and certainly none towards the pul lish work uhaieier. The review �.i Gall's ' Life of Lord li.i, last and previous number, will fully prove the justice of .. We have seen as yet no review ol that wnrk in'fprmiijr the public, as in reality h ihe case, that the work i- but a p. or one, mil-re the pufT-ni|r it has bad-contains false views of Lord Bvron's moral a ,1 poeli.al character, an J is besides written in a si y I e" oft en tunes ex. eodiu-ly fiulty and absurd. The cmiijue the Athenaiiim on the and just to the public. In the department of original arlides it will be found at least equal to am of its rival-, ^retn pleasure in recominendiu-it to the palr.uiase ot public."-Bury and Suffolk Herald, Sep'.'2-'. " It is but justice to an independent an I talented Journal l o suy, that we ha v e seen, since writ in;r the above (notice ot 0 ill's Bj ion.) a man I y anil seusihle review of Gall's wm k , anil some import an. couti i-l.u lions to i he In j'oi) of its publicat ion, in the A I he men in."- Edinburgh Literary Journal, Sept. II. "A series of inteiestiu^ and curious letters .,n ' Deinmiolo^y and Witchcraft,' by Sir W. Scott, has been am.......ceil for publication. All antieipatory review of .his work appears in the last number of the A thenu;uin, nu ably conducted u eek l> jouru.il ol literature, p-K dshed in London. From this review ire seh News-Letter, Sept. 94. " The Athellorum, nliosc ability and indepn once i ailed foi th our praise.*'- Scots Times, o 11 The Athenreuin.-It is perhaps too mnrh to expect tli.it 11 which ai e the property of boeksellers � ho publish to a la will be unnecessarily severe on those \rorks which their o" iocs brin* forward; but it is not too much lo expi ct thai tl decency, nt least, will not be broken thr, ugh. nnd that period professintr to act as p-uiiles to the public in Hunt least have sufliriciit hoiiestv not to piv � Mliicu is, in truth, beneath all criticism, just, nre far from beinR realised : the s\ an ala rininp extent, and there is scarcely a periodic.il exia no I ii oi oi i i) ti sly swayed from it* duty. In -in h a siai e of t hi n^s, so injurious to the cause of literature, an exception to the rule is umthy of praise and support. We are pleased to foul an exception -we have found it in the Ailieiiicum. The reviews in this work are talented, and, as far as we have seen, unbiassed by tear or favour. The pe-riod'ical itself is not the properly of any preat publisher, and th:* is the best suietv the Editor can briiifr 1'orua'd iii support ol 1>h gooil faith with the i -- '-ii.,..eous articles we h-!oi the Ac. stc -Belfast than .lence have ir. t. 12. �views, extent, proprie- I iou n il it , . hoice of "book � immoderate praise to thst Such expectations, however .em of pufn-i? has prow., ro followin-'," Ac-Bristol Mercury, Oct. O. ,-, � Tlie'Atlieiiieuin.-Tl.is talei.ied peru.dicnl, wliicl. is j a rires. handsomely ornamented : - S Gallon �ize, purifying li Gallons per day......�1 5 " 5 Do............do.....IS Do... _____ I 10 0 4 Do............do.....86 Do... 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Mr. Gordon has availed himself of the many opportunities afforded to him, in all kinds of life, at home ami nhroad, to present to interesting work. Many are the clever full-lengths these volumes contain. It would be difficult to enumerate instances; suffice jt fo .say* that wc have scarcely met with n. page in these Memoir* of ' yvr. Gordon's Life and Times,* which bus not repaid us hi snme way or o^her for the perusal."-Spectator. Henry Colburn nnd Richard Bentley, New IIurtin*!mi-street. f In three vols, post Svo. price 27*. R A S CAT I ' S ; or, Scenes in Pnt is. ** Tins novi-1 is not confined to a disclosure of the scenes whirh take dace in the Parisian Salons, and whichconstitute what tin-Mit he called UCe tu Paris,* though, tbeie are fully detailed, but it includes nl-o the adventures in the French metropolis of nu K plt-di family, conni-amp of an elderly g-en'l email, his daughter* and sister. 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By the Author of " De Lisle," Sc. ' "The Authot of * De Lisle* possesses profound powers Times. THE ROMANCE OF HISTORY-Third Series-France By Leitrh Ritchie. In three vols. LIVES cF THE ITALIAN POETS'. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing, A.M. Author of the History of (.In Ac. with twenty medallion portraits, fn three . lain in of a monarch's foresight in getting rid ol th" cious ; it has, however, caused a hustle Palms Royal. You will no doubt he surprised to learn, that the Mini-tors '�inferred vesterd iy. upon the propriety "fa lurther postponement nf the trial ni' Polun.ic and his colleagues until the end of December or beginning nf .1 an nary . and that even the King went so far as t'wxpre-s an "piniiui that it had better Take place in February . th- opinion at Court i-. that tin- present popular of-'� r.e-i-ence will lihjw otl'. ai'd he succiaie'! by tninqii11 fee 11ncs. lie- f.n i- nuhtlv . > i rr. i. s: .no against this hypothesis : yet tli� people ab"-it the ( \,i.rt d......t them in the same light as other daughter-so far that -alique law was s.iga-iii the, saloons ul the Ihe following are the fact- tn which I "as die Palais Kosal and its neighbour!......I. la.-t same parties ah\:u- at work i n-t igat mg t ; ima/.ei! the poll, e ,lo ii, i more effectually into eye-wltn�SS til ;ht. Semng th" tumults, I am re to apprehend Ih ..ring the drum.-beating to arms while 1 was at dinner. ' hasten,.,! tn the Pal.it- K.,\.il ;.t >�v. n "'ch.ck. nlo-re 1 le-,irned 'hat arrow,1 had been -utleieil gra.luillv to accumulate ilnrmg the pre. urns hour. U hen 1 entered the -low i ,t" ' .Mnrt an x M i nistre- ' \ has les .I estates f'' Ihe I'ari-iau and M arseil I, ,i>.. iwr,. -uug m loud chorus by tins mob, whose noi-e at length brought d,,wn in quiik time all ihe h'Ungi-is j'rom tie- hug,- upper rang,- of the gardens, -o that the area under the K i ng' - � i ndow s be, am , alne -t at once tilled by a dell-e ma.-- of peojlle. who-e Ilul-e became denleniiig. Tie" : iicb-i:- n(' this crowd did tint at tir-t. a- 1 was informed, consist, nt ti m re than twenty p,-r-i ,ns, aiiinng n hnin I recognised the tnui y-uith- � tiii h.ne been in v ai i aid v, within the hi-l ten days, at the !o-ai| of every nne nl'the-.- nightly i! t-t iirbam-e-. Th" noise nf this crnw d had e\iiiently alarmed -nme ot the inmate- i,f the Palace; the upp.-r window s w.-ro speedily filled I". I idle- and children, j.inl th" rapid passing to and from the ipartnu-iits indicated -t. I loiiorc. next that entrance of the Palais liov.d, illiimie iting it with candle-, a- .01 Sunday night. An im-ni.-ii,,. reiii'nr'-emei.t -mm '.liii.-d them fr ni the lurther end of ' lo- -anie -Tee-, and tl.'-v in,. ve,! I a> k t., the -pace in front of the Pal.11- Ri.val.at the Rue St. I|.,ihtc side, v. here they recom-mi-:i- ed then vi>',enl shoutings I'npiei atimi.-. At this time hall'past nine n'clnck 1 1 -hniihl think there were or 6,lK)f) penpl,. jn tin- noisy throng, although the prime movers and agi-' it r- did not at first gppsist of mxirt than half a dozen apprentice bn\-. I'bey at lasr "fiytliid a tri-coloured rl-ag. which tlieydis-phived, am! the peaceable ndiahiTac^jJhut their -Imps to avoid 'lo- danger of such a tumult. Meantime the drums were every where heating to amis, and the National Guards hurrying to th*--pot individually with the most praiseworthy alacrity; between fh'-m and the people 1 saw no where the appearance ot rolli-im;. Ihe mob clapped hands as they approached, and shouted " \ lve hi darde National," and the Guard in their turn formed in line n- quick as they arrived on the spot, and pressed the throng into the narrow streets, all the time acting with civility. The tumult was. however, so great that all the people m the neighbourhood w ,,bliged to shut their shops, and the male portion of them to f' j t-t 1 nut as National Guards, and hunt this crowd from fh.or ti"ighb 'lie-, and ll..,,|e I ;r,.;,t |.. |.e tl!! (K.s' II- tdl.'. !.'. Al g*!l .. � * i v i s.:..; i ,.t ('iv.dry t in !!-, a c an pan v . � t \ :': 11" rv anil .-wii.. '�'h-r 'r-..}>-.. Massed t!ii..ii.;h th.-ni. i "'k the nn � I,-ai!� r- into ' :-!. . .!,.) cl-per-d the i �-'. I hive i .,n...i. ., s ! 'he n."h late at null' i.. -. ,"ld"'l ever\ W here I" t: It is m the nat uie "I -ueii , '"1 Will see Various ", !::;> d �> . the /,', : � �� � I �� .pi; I : r moCeliiel,' s ' �� . I he f"M"WIIIg la .�''� I. - i'.-" "I Poll. " '� Inhabitant- nt Paris piihi ;r pe �, .. and .1 ft!: ' 1 /.! l.g lilOl-MV a :,,! ..r- "t ail kind- .,r, ^, . 1  , -. t '���:;. no a � i neiiuj liet,t up- a pranp' cyan.pie "t tne-,. i m-end lan e -call make. : I: e st.,1, m-n; s ot t lie ;o * If th" barrier- are exaggerated. The' . mandate- ,,t' the \;,t,,,i, d Guar: uinillt > I hat they -hoiild be. illl'll' .:i the papers ,. Ill,ts ,,| t' .1 /'.,- ..  t I  t i P; tun ,^1 I le be , bill 111 Ije �te,|. b_____ Ir-'llble th" Ki.'-g. Ill pa.-a !  . dr.... tie- r.-s. arm - nt' the ,!�, n- ' I illii., i: lat, -1 y ( ea-e . t h-r.-ais re\. .|i;t i. ai which has m>--.' w, .rid. It is |i.,t tn t| :.. -r cniirag-, t hat the-..  ' a -::: dl in.u.t.er of mistaken : >,\ pe>!:d:oi:s agitators fh" last jucn id pr,., e-s i- taking its r*  Jienple to b'dle. e that the 11. m the re-p' 'ii.-i hil ity i ,f -e their cleijllllly . I f| i 1 tlu.l -ill- j.i-re-,.try e ot the judge-, :t pr. ::u' .-.,-;.,�-. 'lour it order . all th- ih- .- -nil. " Inhabitant- e. Prefer* of Police. A. G1ROD .!' l'Ain. , � I'v the Pret'-ct. the -sorrotarv-Ger:era'.  P. MAl.I.IA \! . I wi-th:- monoiig iiif'irmed that crowds were n, a.-s^rnh|e again at \ inrennes and the Luxembourg. 1 have been at both p' :i ,-s, � here up to the hour when I w rite i Iii . u'chirk ; 1 cannot 1--:ru th it there has been any t uiniii!. Idle people, probably at-tinted by rum .sit v . w ere lounging about, his only at night the .gi'a''T- enngregate. I Jiev promise t/; re-assemble to-night. P.s. I he r.x-miii'-ter f hant.-lauie > daiigerou-K Ul at \ iii-i-.-niie-. A few of th" n."b a sort "f ad'. anceil guard, did at midnight go with torches ami c.-ir.aiid admi-simi to the ( astle. They w ere of course laughed at by those within, and the guards sent th'-m about their busine--. They then said !�> would return to ih.- Palm- Ki.ya! and ..!,'.,n an order of adnii-sion fn.ro the King. (In their way. however, the N atinnal G uard s 01 spersed them, .r,.I gave some an order to the gaols in the neighbourhood. About twenty of them were lodged t'cr tin- night at La form-.- .U"r/,in.- PARIS, Oct. 1H. I have juat returned from the Luxembourg, having gone thither tn ascertain the truth of a report that a gibbet, with an effigv pendent from it, was erected. I learned on the spot that th" report was correct, hut that the frame, -yc. had been removed. There i.s-considerable excitement in that entire neighbourhood. The interior of the walls of the garden are covered with placards, as above described, hut some of fhem of a horrible character. One hears tlie name of J.eclerc. who signs for him-eli and neigb/bours. Another has this horrible title:--" II fa"' do sang'."," There must be hlood'") A patrol of thirty Garde, Naiionaj-e is moving round the garden and neighbouring street-. What �-ill be the case when the prisoners shall have arrived there ! (U -i i, h e n 10. Yesterday evening when the National

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