Courier, July 1, 1831

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Courier (Newspaper) - July 1, 1831, London, Middlesex [STRESS A?fD FAMINE IN IRE- i?^EBN COMMl^j/O^THE BELIEF OF THE Lord Viscount Ix)rton, Ciiunnan. The Archbishop of Tuajn Lord Lifford Lord Calthorpe I^rd Heoley Bt. if on. Sir George Rose, Bt. Jfon. �nd Rev. Gerard XoeT ,^ir George Grey. Bart. .Sir Richard A. O'Doanel, Bt, .r. E. Gordon, Eso. Al.P. Colonel Conolly, Sl.P. rolonel Latter Ciipt. Vernon Hareourt, R,N. Taptain Champion, E.N. (ol/u Stoclcey Reynolds, Esq. Nadir Bailer, Esq. John Bridgni, Esq. Charles Broderick, Esq. H.C. CJuisiiao, Esq. Thomas Cook, Esq. irenry Ewbank, Esq. .1. W: Farrer, Esq. John Filxgersld, Esq. Alex. Hald ane, Esq. Hugh Hill, Esq. WiDiam-Malton, Esq. William Leach, Esq. H, S.'Montagu, Esq. JohnWellsT&qT^ Ber. """lnE^iBKB-Heiry Drummond, Esq. SECRETARV-T. Baitlett. Esq. BANKERS-Messrs. Dnunmood, Chaiing-cross. 1831. June S5-Cash receivad at Messrs. Drum- mond's to thu day - - ^11,668 17 GranUheforeadT�rtiaed,�4,77S 15 0 '>6- Flsced at the disposal of a confidential agent (Mr. Aaaistant Cqd' missary-GeOt Bam-say), to ptocfed to Glasgoir, pMfaaaa a cargo of oataBl, pfD- ceed with itSKilU- befSi and Grom UMsee from port to port along the coast, onahipping �onliMwUnwanted 3,400 0 0 To Mr. IKxBbau, to be employed a� hereto:- fore in the parohase of pioriaienc asd to employ labooMn lb�(�> with The ArchUsbop olTuam for same pqi^ose Forfreight of n�e by the "Johtt" -i7-ToMrJ>ombmn,who la nowatKiosale, topor-chase proviaions on aocoant of tkia Com- 500 0 0 500 0 0 80 0 0 mittee ... Placed at the disposal of Mr.Haldsiie.Mr.Bey. nolds, and Mr. Hugh Hill, as a Sob.Com-luittee, to send  pro-perpejsoa to Bristol to load a canto of oatmeal and prooaed with it to Hewpett, and from tbeno* mapd the coast, unshipping sop-plies whereTer wanted Sent to the Her. Mr. MaCoria, of Gsrtan  Adreitisiogpabliemeet-ing, printiagand cir-culating 30,000 sute. menls,&c.  i,006 0 0 2,000 0 0 100 0 0 231 5 10 -11,684 0 10 Balance Snbseriptiona not before adrertised SIr.Teddpialt ^110 J.B. - 10 0 R. C. Kidd . 10 0 0 Finxton Pariah 3 8 9 Blanuel de la Torre, Em). - 10 0 Mrs.dels Torre ' 1 0 0 CoIlectionstLambe- ehnrefa, per Her. S.Beckwith - 14 0 0 Sir J.Wyattrille SO 0 0 Advaace ofsobficrip- tioa at Bodsun, per Mr. Proctor Wallis - 50 0 0 Rev.H.CiapIin 5 0 0 Mr. Oak - -10 0 Of Barclay and Co., "�wBeetod at Yeo^' Tn,Som�n9tihiTe, IB addition tci SK. ' leahtadtoth^Edi-^^^^^^ ?3' 9 t � terson hj the HeV. B. Darii. Vicar - 13 1 3 Mrs. Robinson, Gig- gleswick . - 5 0 0 By J. B. Oferton, firm some of the inhabitsnts of Doriring, Surrey, in the hope that all � farther appeal will be prevented by le- gislatiTe enactment S6 8 7 Frirnds at Camber-well, per Rev. H. MelrUle - 53 8 3 Mr.B. Wiggin 10 0 Hev. Wm. Smith Marriott, collected at Horsmon- den, Kent - 6 12 6 Henry RoberU, Esq. 5 0 0 J.W.S. - 10 0 Hon. Mrs. Caroline Vansittart - 5 5 .1oshuaStranger,Esq.lO 0 0 Moiety of a sermon pleached- by the Rar. A. S. Thel- TrallatlTerChurcb, per Kev. E.Ward IT 15 B Collected at Chigwell Church, Essex, after asermonbyRer. Edward Lenza,Bec- tor of WeatTiIbnty40 6 8 Earl Derby, further snbscription - 50 0 0 T. B. L., the friend of poor Isws in Ireland - - 5 0 0 MiasElii-Chester 5 0 0 M. Trocaui, Esq., tin. Trocaux, and family - - 5 5 0 John Turner, Esq. 0 10 0 freeman and Cook S5 0 0 Edw. Macklin, Esq. 5 5 0 Of Mr. Poynton, collection box, 6 days 11 18 10 Crown-atreet Chapel, Soho, collection per Rer. James Rees 40 7 6 Collection after a sermon at St. An- drew's,WardTobe, and St. Ann's, Blackfriars, per Rer. Isaac Ssun- ders - - 35 15 0 0 3 Mn. Caraac 1 0 Mrs. Tollemache 1 0 Mrs.WaUoQ - 1 0 Mrs. V. s Reynolds 1 fi Baron De Tresiier 1 0 Mrs. Burgh, Hamp- stead Mrs. Lorel), do. A. B., do. A week's sarings in puddings, &c. 0 An old Gown - 0 Additional from Children of Gate-street Chapel Sunday-sch. 0 0 10 0 2 0 2 7 3 Air. Johnson Mr. G. Brine Anonymous A.J.N. Mr. Sheepshanks F. James Lorell, Esq. Rev. W. Foster The Id remittance from Taunton, by Messrs. Badcock. The Re�. Messrs. Whstman, Nor-rosn, and the Ladies at the Lodge, Taunton R�t. P. Chantelon 12 7 0 10 2 0 Mr. W. Beadon, jun. 0 10 Mr. Rd. Ball, iuri. i Mr. Hole - - i Hon. Mrs. Welman 2 Robert Leigh, Esq. s AeT.G.W.H.Ridsda]el Ber. Aaron Foster i J. B. Perring, Eaq. Coombe Flbrey 3 Messrs. Badcock, 2d subscnption 3 B�v, C. W. Dymock J 0 0 Coll. at St. James's Church, Tsnirton, 19th June, leis Jf. expeiiBe of sdrer-tiaements - ,�37 StneVey's Bankiog Company, 3d don. 3 2 0 Collected^ Ber. J. TOpp, afW Ser-SMmtatColdWal. tham aiod Hardham, Soaaex - -700 For^rawinga made at Lady Bloom-field**, gnd sbil-lingi collected by H. W.. Bnrgess, - 26 0 0 ./InMtlo^S 0 0 tlowBa* 2 3 0 1 10 0 . !�tTor-iwa^tiaBto aaontfa Comtnittee ia _potatoa�r per Williams - 46 10 0 Contributions fnm Ch�ihnnt,perBer. M.7rama~ 13 li � Lord Winchilsea 10 0 d Colleeted at Wood-atone Chorch, Hantingdooshire, Stmdsy, June 19, after a sermon by ReT.M.C.Thotap-aon, the Rector 22 4 8 B�t. John Natt 20 o u W.B. - - 1 By the Becord - 266 8 By Messrs. Drrnnmond. Collected at Brighton, perRey.J.Ssrgent 3 0 0 Colleeted after a sermon atGraffCburcb by Bev. J. Sargent 17 � ( Mrs. Usherwood  1 10" ( From the Parish of St. Mildred,Canterbary21 10 ( Mr. Burrows - 10 0 Collected, the greater part in sixpences, from the labouring poor at Misbome Church and Wslton ChnpeUbytheBer. C. H. Hutton - 7 � ( Per J, G. Barker, Esq., Ex eter HsU. Dr. Mitchell - 0 10 o G. S. - 10 0 G. G. - -220 A few Friends of humanity at the Lion and Lamb, Somers-town, through the MomingAdrertiser 3 Charles Bruce, Esq. 10 Rer, J. Pecqnot 1 K.J. - 0 G.H.D. - 1 Mn.Burdett,Stamford 1 Thomas Jarman, Esq. 3 0 0 L. L. S.and L. S. 0 l 0 Collection at Olney Church, after a sermon, per Rer. H. Gauntlett, Vicar 10 7 2 Wm, Andrews, Esq. Olney - 5 0 0 Mr. W. Wilson, do. 10 0 A Friend at Olney 20 0 Colleeted atMoravian Chape1,Fetter-1ane, per Ber. W.Essex 13 7 JVIJra. Ires, per do. 5 0 0 W. H. B. - 0 10 0 Mrs. Nnttiog, Stoke Newington 0 10 0 ftliss Nutting, do. 0 10 0 Additions] from Sydenham, per Rev, W. Orger - 4 11 0 Ditto Comhill, per ditto - 0 2 6 Bushey Club (to be added) - o 10 o John Thompson, Esq. 5 0 o B.S.B. - 0 5 0 Miss S. Bird - 5 0 0 Biehmondo&Thames, additional to Collections per Hod. and Rer. G. Noel 3 0 0 ColIeetionatSt.Paurs Church, IsliDgtoo, afler a Sermon by Ber. J. Sandys 86 15 Ditto at Hawkers-hurst Church, by the Rer. T. G. Middleton 27 2 0 N. EUison, Esq. 2 2 0 E. J.N. - 10 10 0 G.C. - 0 5 0 M.W. B. - 1 1 0 Teddington Church, Middl lesex, collected at, after a Sermon by the Rer. T. Hone 52 0 0 Ruahmere Church, near Ipawich, collection after a Set-mon by Ber. C. Day  16 4 2 By Messrs. Drummond. �dw�id Sniith, Esq. 5 o 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 No. 12,453] FRIDAY EVENlNig, JULY l, 18.31. By Alexander & Co., for anbscriptions raised at Ipswich 186 U 0 AlStJames'sCburch, Bristol, collection per Rer. Mr. Bid-dulpb, per Miles and Co. - 82 8 0 Sir T. A.-Strange 5 0 0 the Vicar and Inhabitants of Chepstow, transmitted through theBisbop of Llandaff 60 10 Rer J.F.Knottesford 5 0 0 Vrm.FaUer,E8q.per Child and Lee 10 0 0 py Messrs. La Coste, collection at Chert-s�y, by the Minis-, ter snd Church-t wardens - 105 7 6 PoUection atler two i sermons in Bridge-, water Church, p�f fitnckay and Co. 51 3 0 Do. Duiteigh Cbuc^ 0 16 o R. R, W^ Sddob. 30 0 0 Mrs. Kinf, Axmin-: star, Dsvon. 10 0 SobeoriptioB ' from Knnttesford 26 3 3 B. B. - 10 0 0 J. H. S. - 10 0 After.aermDi[ preached i .at Clafbaqi Church, by Dr. Dealtry - 198 17 0 Contributed at Mr. Batten's Library, Claphsm  - 50 0 0 A Oentltman 110 The pariahca of St. Gifeii-in-the-fielda and St.. George, Bloomsbnry, 1st contrihutian 40 0 0 A Gentlemin 2 0 0 Her, Leigh Bepnett 5 0 0 Lord Sidmouth 10 10 0 T. C: W. - 2 0 0 W. Hiucbliffe, Esq. 2 0 0 J. W. Hanmar.Esq. 4 0 0 A Lady - 0 5 0 Collection at Wells. Mr. Jas. Chapmsn 10 0 Mrs. Chapman Mr. R. Parker Mrs. Parker . Mr. J. H.Parker LMr.TJ. Crofts Mr. N. Plowright I jeot. Fitzmaurice Rer. Dr. Langton John Bull Mr. H. TyneTl -Mr. J. Fyson J. S. Soothgate y By Meaars. Drtmonond. Mr. Wilsott - 6 0 0 Rev.W.OrasweU 3 0 0 Basdall Jai^son, Sd subscription 10 0 0 Produot'of a canrass through the town of Dorer, by Mr. Kuaelac - 40 0 0 John Bell, 2d don. 10 0 0 Bar. Geo. H'aggitt 5 a 0 Mr. J. Young, Fre- derick'i Bev. J. B. Mountain, Vicar 112 7 9 Mrs. Langton - 3 0 0 Mr. AMINE in the SCfat the BAPTIST IRISH Spc OOLS connected with , ICTYintheCQUNiyOF ^lAYO. There are Thirty-oto Sohoola in thia dUtrieX eon-nef ted with tfaa sborA-osgnsd. Society, eontidnaog more than children,.belooa^gtof(mlJ(�toS,(?OOfamiliea. 'the sftfe^of thoflociityhar*'*�BbWed to supply theae, af-" re�boolBaataa,j)ritiM(Md tSl th�Ki��ltof A�#H^aidal .. JfStiStiT, bara.fteen'EveS."'I \AUen. ef Ballins. dated June " th^ pkc^ injjhich our aommitteiBjkire �e�i forme*. In a letter from the Rer. ii flB-^Says^^TfnSwiJno^alngle'ftmiiy iifflltny district, thirty miles in extent, that has been reliered." A rery coaiiderable sum, therefore, will))* .faund ne^swyJo supply all who wUl need assistance, as bitberto the money distributed from other funds, has been chiefly confined to towns and their immediate vicinities, whereas the Baptist schools are mostly in remote parts of the country. The committee of distribution at Ballina consists of the Rev. James Allen, Superintendent of the Schools; the Rev. D- Rogers, A.M.; J.Higgins, Esq., Notary Public ; J. Montgomery, Esq., Surgeon ; Messrs. William Simpson and Richard Little, Merchants. The agency both in England and Ireland is perfectly gratuitous. Any sums collected for the Baptist Schools may be remitted to the Treasurer, William Napier, Esq., Mecklenburgh-street, Mecklenbnrgh-square ; or to Messrs. Ladbroke, Oillman, and Co., Bank-buildings. JOSEPH IVIMEY GEO. PRITCHABD Secretaries. 51, Devon�hire-3treet. Queen-square, Jnne 30.1831. C-tODNTY FIRE OFFICE, and PROVl-J DBNT LIFE OFFICE, llegeiit-.treef,London-E�tabll�herd KINO, *c. Ac. &c. DIRECTOaS. Hoa. TbomSi Parker William Praed, Eh|. Waller Stricklnnd. Eiq. ColonelBlbthnrp, M.P. Sir Williaui WeIby,B�ii. J.T.Barber Beaaniont,Egq. Franc it Connt, Eiq. Sir Grsrce Duckelt, Bart. Enrl Ferreri Idtn. Sir Ricb. King, Bart. Lord Noribwick CAPITALS-A MILLION SFEELINOAND UPWARDS Tbe Profiti are divided amonpt tbote wbo now Iniare, as well lu tbe original Uembcri, in Just proportion to tbeir respective pay-meat". In Ike Fire Office, Retarni, diirlDr tbe laatmeoieeu yenn, lo the amottat of 80,0001. tiave been iiald to alt penoni who bave continued iaiurcd aeven yearvupon Annual as well n� upon Septennial Policle�, and wlieiberlbey bave been laff-rera or otlierwlie. In tbe Life Office, Boauuet of ISt. St., �t. I9B. and Sn. per Ceul. have been divided daring the Uit twenty-one yemn. These � re (at tl*e option of tbe persona tniared) either added to tbe po-ilciea or applied to the redoclion of iheir fiitare payments. Military Men are notcbargedadditlonal, ualesscalled into actual ervice. Persnai are at liberty to past and rejuua to tbe Continent noder Umitatloni, without Licence and extra Preialnm. PersoBi removing to unhealthy cIiiiuites,or aal^ect to twdily infirmities, may insure. Ifant Person die by Suicide, Duelling, or the Handi of Jnstite, (be tuil value which hi* Policy bore on the day previuui to the time of his death will be paid. No Admission Fees are required, nor Is any Cbnree made for Policies, except tbe Stamp Doty. Persons|wbu have been Insured in the Fire Offices lately dissolveii may reajove into the County Fire Office without any additional ez-l�ense. Agents .ire appointed in all the principal Towns._ TO PERSONS ACCUSTOMED TO THE CHARGE OF THE INSANE__The Managers of the EDINBURGH LUNATIC ASYLU.M, Momingside, give Notice, tliat as Mr. Hughes, their present Superintendent, is .ibout to leave them, tliey wish to engage, as SUPERINTENDENT and MATRON of that Establishment, a Married Man and his Wife, who have both been accustomed to take charge of tbe Insane. Persons of this description, not above middle sge, and who have had opportunities of being acquainted with the improved methods of treating InEane Patients, as practised in the best Asylums, would be preferred. It will be considered an advantage if they are not encumbered with a family. Though a knowledge of medicine would be advantageous, it is not considered indispensable. The allowance to the Superintendent and bis wife will be liberal. -Applications, accompanied by testimonials and references as to qualification and character, may be addressed to William Scott, W.S., 18, Dundas-atreet, Edinburgh, Treasurer to tbe Asylum__Fxiinburgh Lunatic Asylum, June 83, 1831. COALS AT REDUCED PRICES.-W. H. COOKE is now enabled to deliver Best Coals at 40s. per Chaldron, with ingrain, fresh from the ships ; aeoonds, .iSa. W. H. C. can with confidence refer to those who have favoured him with their orders, as to the quality and measure sent by him, and courts tbe assistance of tbe public in breaking up that iniquitous system of mixed and bad coals, and short measure, at high prices, so long and generally complained of.-Office, No. 4, Bank Chambers, Lothbory.-Bridewell Wh:irf.____ LADIES' FANCY NEEDLE WOBKS.-Evehr thiag nScMstfty ks Berlin ]Mltenis ladCanvases, importad in the greUest variety, to be soeat Hfittitm. Decca. nd all other Silks, Worsted*, Woola, Br^idffj Needles, Tassels, and Slides; prepared or finished Baaaocks, Bag�, Ot-tomafaS, Bnd IBS inttst beautiful Novelties, cliianer than soj other bouse, at JO.XES, TtTf, and HAStPTOXS Reposi tory, Southampton-street, Corent-gatdsfl, tSfne^of Maiden-lane. Ad extensive sasortmeat sent to any part cdfthe Ooontr; for Lai|i(s to choose fftmi, by order per aoat.-.-Uao by thl Acres of Land ut thereabouts, together with tire shives and live stock thereon. The time of sale wil shortly be advertised, wben printed particulars may he had (gratis) at the said Master's Chambers, iu Soutliampton-buildings. Chancery-lane; of Mr. Thomas Cree, No. 6, South-square, Gray's Inn; of Messrs. Vandercom, Comyn, and Cree Bush-lane, Cannon� street; of Mr. Healing, Lawrance-lane, Cheapside; and of Mr. Parnther, London-street, Fenchurcb-street. T) be Sold, in One Lot, pursuaot to a Decref of tbe High Court ol Chancery, in a cause, " Hammonc r. Dance," with the approbation of Francis Cross, Esq., om of the Masters of tbe said Court, at the Golden Lion lim, Northallerton, Yorkshire, early in tbe month of October next, of which doe notice will be given by further advertisements, an ESTATE, situate at Brompton, io NortbaUerton aforesaid oompnsing a good substantial dwelling house, capital windmill, ^d about 34 acres of land, partly copybolti, at a fini certain, and partly leasehold for lives, and for years, at low reserved rents, under tbe Bishop of Durham.-Printed parti-enlara may in a short time bo had at the said Master's Chambers, Sontbampton-Duiliiings, Chancery-lane, London;. and o. Messrs. Merediths and Reeve, Solicitors, New.^qnare, Lin-eolifalnn, Loudon r of Messrs. Hall sad Bishop, Solicitois $aig�tiit'i Iim,. ,'fleeWatie^ Loodoa; iti.. WilUamson. "-IMSfis, QtitAjmrn-taiim:. and a( ^.Jmnmai, BtKeHor . aSfe/Vorkahire ; of Mr. Howard, Solicitor, Ripon, York-aUre ; of Mr. Hirst, Solicitor, Nortballertoo afnesaid^ and ol Mr. SOwarby, Sol^tgr, StoketjCT.. Y^riaiav^ ^ _ TO be SOLD pursuant to^ Decree of the Ui^\t�. refreshing rSt. and Is . re-orwlve cordUt to the con. .tltotion of ..ch as'keei. l-te^ho.", .r llreto. free^.-Sold by SagMv. ISO. Osfonl-iireeti Hawkins, �oiid.�reet: Harris, Lud-eaiJ-.treet; Nix, Boyal Exehasge; and kmgbotttthe Kingdom. In raaet9,�i. 9d.; and taaiilers, 10i.�d.eacli TO be SOLD pursuant to a Decree of the High Couit of Chancery, made in a cause of " .Wakefield r Kccle-paring, and may be shortU had, gratis, at the said Master's Chambers, in Soothampton-huildings, London ; of -Mr. Addison. Solicitor, in Verulam-buildings. Gray's Inn ; Messrs. Blackstock and Bunco, Solicitors, in the Inner Temple, London; Alessrs, Mounsey and Gray, Solicitors, in Suple Inn, London ; and ofMesan. Han ley and Dudgeon, Attornies at Law, at Settle, in the count) of York; Mr. Thomas Mnnow, .Mtomey at Law, in Liverpool, ^on application to any of whom the property may bt viewed) ; and at the principal Inns in Hawkshead, Kenda] Bowness, and Carlisle.-Richard -Addison, Plaintiffs' Solicitor. LINLITHGOWSHIRE, SCOTLAND. -Compact and Beautiful Estate, and Country Residence for Sale.-To be SOLD, by PRIV.\TK BARGAIN, the LANDS of BRIDGE CASTLE and WOODBANK, with ih. Mansion House, Officea, Garden, &c., lying in the parish oi Torphichen, and county of Linlithgow, This property contains nearly iOO imperial acres. The grounds have a soutl aspect, are well sheltered with valuable plantations, nearly It years old, are conveniently subdivided, subsuntially enclosed, and intersected with good roads. The soil is in general good loam, adapted for all sorts of crops. The enclosures an well supplied with water. The lands are susceptible of greai improvement, and limestone is to be had in abundance in tht-immediate neighbourbood. The current lease expires wiiii the three subsequent crops, but if a purchaser desires, tb. lands will be sold disencumbered of any lease. There is >-valuable working colliery on the estite, with substantial boose-for tenant and workmen, in a situation which produces no m convenience; and the Lands abound wilh iron stone, wbicl. may also be wrought to great advantage. A beautiful troutinr stream forma the south and south-east boundaries. The Old Castle, on the margin, sheltered snd adorned with fine old trees, surrounding it, and interspersed through the lawn, was anciently the residence of the Earls of Linlithgow, and is in complete repair; tbe apartments in it are fitted up so as ti afford a comfortable residence to a genteel family. The garden is extensive, of a peculiar character, and singular advantage as to situation and aspect, and inexcelleotorder. Tberi are stable, coach house, pigeon bouse, and other offices attached. The Lands hold of the Crown, and with the superiority ol others adjoining, the entries and casualties of which are noi taxed, afford a freehold qualification in tbe Connty. In short a more desirable estate of its extent is seldom to be met witli. If a purchaser inclines, a considerable part of tlie price may remain in his hands on the security of the property, and pos session may be had at any liise. Part of the Furniture of tlif bouse may also be had at a valuation. The situation is fiv,-miles from the county town of Linlithgow, two from Bathgate, and about twenty from the cilips of Edinburgh and Glasgow Further particulars will he communicated by Mr. Watson, thi proprietor. IP. Melville-street. Edinburgh; Provost Boyd. Linlithgow ; or Robert Logan, Esq., banker. No. 2, Charlotte row. Mansion-house, London ; all of whom are possessed o lithographic plans and measurements of the property. N,B. Tbe value of this Estate will soon be greatly enhanced by the completion of the Edinburgh and Glasgow Rail-road, the line of which, by the recent surveys of Messrs. Grainger and Miller, and Mr. Stevenson, engineers, passes through the west* end of the property, close to the colliers* houses and working pits, thereby affording tbe utmost fiicility for bringing the minerals and farm produce u> the Edinburgh and Glasgow markets, and opening up an easy and expeditious commnnica-! tioa between the mansion-hoase and both these ciciei. 1 Young foreigner.^posse^s a '"^^^otTu, ^od and or .... i�'^'"''eU'ng. or one who.nwsht be desirous -modern laugnages. with varnaa of-irhich. the adverriser is ninalelvMqnaaited. Uuaexeeptioiiable references or fui. ^ra � firenonJettersbeing addressed (post paid> 'i car^ otitf. .IBbott, bootmaker, 25, Jermyn-streei. TIT'ANTED, by MarebT^^MaTTriTLE for rT ORDERS, by a Gradome of the I.niVersity of Vx-f \'** Advertiser being a young man, devoted lo the profession he has chosen, would consider emolument no objecf. Out some preference would be given to the counties of Hants, Sussex, or Kent Direct, post. pv'tJ, to T. snd H. Low*. Soutbaroptcin-bnildinsii, ChancerV-l�ne._ iniMinf8, ...-------, - ^---- pIRST nATE HOTEL.JD^.he via^nity^ of ' >, Be "sold by PRIVATE Orosvenor-square--To i>� 15^*TY, s welMnown highly r^tjectable HOTEL, with an old established and still increasing 'coSnfxiOB among gentlemen of the first distinction. It baa reoaa^ undergone a sub -'^'jnl snd decorative repair : tbe Bi9CMainOv!>tioo is ample. The Lease is for twetiry years, at a modaQta rent, Pai t of the purchase money may remain on Seconty.-May viewed datly ftan one till three.-For terms and cards to view Rjpply at the office ifMachin, Debenbam, aai Btorr, .'6, King-street, Cwat-garden. " -______ GAME in PEKTBSHIRK-To LET, the Exclusive Privilege oi"?h8 Game and .Moors of a Property in the neigbboorbood of KirfiN, which are alloweil to bn mnong the beet tn Perthahire, (at Md-Jrfowl, Heatbfowl, Var-mdge Black Coek, Hare, &c. SurrouiHled by bUls well-stocked wiib guoe, and preserved. Also, the fishing in the n rer adjoinmg. Ther� ia a good ina, and exceUem stables on the property, and flxfpobh'e tjaam^ tbe lands*!!* good.^ Apply personally, or Ey letter post-paid, to .Vr. Macnauehtao. Croognte Wharf. London. >^ � CRATEN C0TTA6E, a singirWIy uniqije ^ , V'iHa Retreat, seated on the bank of the' "niames, ut , f ulhaia, foor miles fitom Town, adjoining the yesideiiceA of the Marquis of Londonderry and the Bishop of London. The pleasure grounds and gardens contain about four acres, anri �ire chiefly planted with rare exotics, and choice fruit. Th'? house and offici-s are adapted to the establishment of a genteel ramii'y. To be DISPOSKD OF by PRIVATE TRK.VTV. --Uay be rietvori on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1'-' to ;. For terms and cards to view apply at the Office of .Machin. Debenham, and Storr. i6. i:.-< 1' PAIN, HEAT, or PRESSLRK. They i.lso fasten Loose I'eeth in a manner singularly EFFICiCIOlS, and sopnlv whole or partial Sets ofTeeth. formed of the above incorrodibio .Mineral, or of natural substances, witliout wire or other Iig:i-ture, and guaranteed to answer every purpose of urticulatmn and mastication. The Faculty are respectfully invited to witness tbe successful result of the -Mineral Succedaneum. -Charges as in Paris. HOWARD'S ANODYNE CEMENT, 52, F'leet-street, for the Tooth-ache, Tender and Decayed ree.th. 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