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Courier (Newspaper) - May 5, 1832, London, Middlesex TO THE WOTlTHY AND INDEPENDENT LIVERY OF LONDON. Gentlemen, HAVING had the honour of a spontaneous ifvroination, by the Right Hon. tbe Lord Mayor, to the office ol Sheriff' Cor the year ensuing, I take this opportunity of publicly announcing, that it is my intention to serve. Should I have the honour of being elected by your suffrages, joy best energies and ability will bo exercised to fulfil the duties of that high and* distinguished office in ti manner com-lae'nsunite to its dignity and impo.tance. 1 Jim, (J eotl em en. Your most obedient and ftiithful Servant, Colemtm-street. RICHARD PEEK. MRS. ANDERSON, Pianiste to her Majesty, hns the honour to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and ber Friends, time her MORNING CONCERT will take place in the Great Concert Room, King's Theatre, pn Friday . next, May 11, nt Half-past One o'Clock precisely. Vocal Performers-Madame Cinti Uamoreau and Miss Cramer, Mrs. Knyvett and Madame Muriani, Signor Donzelli, Mr. Parry, jun., SignorGiuhilei, and Signor de Begois. Solo Performers- Pianoforte, Mrs. Anderson; Harp, Miss Windsor: Flute, Mr. Nicholson; and Violin, Mr. Mori. The Band will be on the splendid scale of former years. Leader, Mr. Spagnoletti: Conductor, Sir G. Smart. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, may be had at the principal Music Shops, find of Mrs. Anderson, 21, Manchester-street, Manchester-square, to whom only au early application for Boxes is requested to be made. Dtitiet No. 12,716] SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 18.32 [Price 7d. THE TWENTY EIGHTH ANNUAL EX HIBIT10N of the SOCIETY of I'M XTEUS in WATER COLOURS will OPE.V on MONDAY NEXT, May?, nt the Gallery, Pall-mall East-Open each day frcm Nine till Do.sk -Admittance One Shilling ; Catalogue Sixpence. R. HH.LS, Sec FOR BOMBAY (untl will land Passengers a I Ceylon and an the Malabar Coast) the fine teak-built Ship UPTON CASTLE, burthen GOO tons, JAMES EDWARD DUGGAN, Honourable Company's Service, Commander, is under positive engagement to sail the 23th August. 1 his ship is well manned and armed, bus very superior accommodations for pissengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage, apply to Capt. Thacker, 4, Leadenhall-street. STEAM.-To ROTTERDAM, COLOGNE, &c- The elegant and powerful Steam Ship BATA-VIER starts for Rotterdam on Sunday next, May 6, nt Nine o'Clock in the Morning, and every Sunday during the Season - For Freight and Passage apply to F. F. Gibbs, agent, 19, Water-lane, Tower-street. BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAT. WASHINGTON IRV1NGS NEW SKETCH BOOK. In 2 rols.8vo. uniformly with the former series, THE IX E W SKETCH BOOK- THEALHAMBRA. By OEOFFRY CRAYON. Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New Burlington-street. BRITISH INSTITUTION. Pall-mall. Tbe GALLERY for the EXHIBITION and SAi.E the WORKS of BRITISH ARTISTS, is OPEN DAILY from Ten in the Morning, till Five in Lhe Evening.-Admission, Is.-Catalogue, Is. WILLIAM BARNARD, Keeper. -At a MEETING & held tt the Town Hall, at St. Alban's, Herts, on Wednesday, the 3d of May, 1832, to take into consideration the ruinou State of tie Abbey Cbnrch, and the steps to be taken in order to save it from destruction, The Earl of VERULAM, Lord Lieutenant of the County in the Chair; Resolved, That this Meeting see with the deepest regret the very se rious accioent which has occurred to this venerable Edifice- so fine a specimen of ecclesiastical antiquity, and so intimately connected with some of the most interesting events of our national history. That this Meeting learn fiom the report of a survey recently made, and now read, that many parts of the Abbey Church are in a ruinously dilapidated state, and demand immediate and extensive reparation, for which the sum of l."i,000(, at the least will he required. That the funds of the Parish art wholly inadequate to meet this emergency, and unless assisted by a National Subscription, this most ancient of oar Sacred Edifices most inevitably fall to ruin. That thisMeelingcannot contemplate a circumstance so dis graceful to the present age, and they therefore confidently an ticipate that tbe spirit of liberality and good taste, which have so recently rescued York Minster, and the La dye Chapel of St-Saviour's, Southwark, from destruction, will be equally instrumental in the restoration of the Abbey Church. That the cordial and respectful thanks of this Meeting are due to the Right Reverend the Bishop of London and tbe Rev, Dr. Watson, the Archdeacon of St. Albans, for their munifi cent Donations and kind support. That in order to carry the objects of this Meeting into effect a Public Meeting be convened for Wednesday, the 43d day of May instant, at one o'clock, at the Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street. That such Meeting be advertised in all the leading Papers, and that the respective Editors be requested to advocate the cause. That the cordial thanks of this Meeting be presented to the Earl of Verulam, the Chairman, for his able conduct in the Chair, and his furtherance of the purposes of this Meeting. (Signed) VERULAM, Chairman PELICAN FICES, tablished 1797. Matthias Attwood, Esq. M.P. W.Stanley Clarke, Esq. F.R.S. John Coope, Esq. William Cotton, Esq. F.R.S. William Davis, Esq. Sir Chss. Flower, Bart. Aid. Ju. Alex, Gordon, Esq. M.D. LIFE ASSURANCE OF Lombard-street and Spring-gardens-Es DIRECTORS. Hugh Hsxnmersley, Esq. John Hawes, Esq. William Hey gate, Esq. Aid. John Petty Muspratt, Esq. William Samler, Esq. George Shum Storey, Esq. Matthew Whiting, Esq. AUDITORS. Thomas Hodgson, Esq. J Cbas. Hampden Turner, Esq. Waiiam Mellish, Esq. | THOMAS PARKE, Sec, ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY THIS COMPANY. A very Low Rate of Premium, and Freedom from all Liability of Partnership. A Large Invested Capita] in tbe Public Funds for the security ofthe Assured. Payment of Claims in Three Months after Death. Extension of Time for Payment of Renewal Premiums to 30 days. Permission to Pass, in decked vessels, along the Shores of Great Britain and Ireland, and between them and the Opposite Shore, from Hamburgh to Bordeaux. A tender of Arbitration, in all Disputed Cases. Farchase of Policies on tbe most liberal terms, when the object of an assurance has been effected. Endowments on Children attaining the Ages of Fourteen or Twenty One Years-Annuities granted on the most cqui's'ile terms, under a Special Act of Parliament. VALUABLE and Extensive ESTATE in INVERNESS-SHIRE for SALE.-The ESTATE of HARRIS will be exposed to SALE in tbe course of next winter. This property forms part of the chain of islands, commonly denominated the Lewis or Long Island. Besides the main land of Harris, the Estate comprehends a number of islands, of which seven are of considerable extent. The property extends to about 93,500 Scots acres, whereof about 7,000 irearable.and the greater part of tberemaindei bill pasture. The bad rent ib about 3,600/., and tbe public burdens are moderate. A freehold and church patronage are attached to tbe lands. Titers are valuable fishing banks, and tbe shores, which are extensive, produce annually about 600 tons of kelp, well known u the market to be of very superior quality. There are also MTflnlsafe and accessible baihours, and there is an excellent carnage road of considerable extent leading through the south and west parts of the main land. The extension of steam oarigation must be attended with important advantages to the IWperty. Further particulars will be given in future advertisements. Application may be made to Messrs. Dickson and Stewart, W.S., :i, Royal-circus, Edinburgh. Mr. Donald Stewart, Factor on the Estate, resident at Luskictyrein Hams, *iUgive directions for showing the property. BURGESS'S ESSENCE of ANCHOVIES, Warehouse, No. 107, Strand, Corner of the Savoy steps. JOHN BURGESS and SON being apprised of the numerous todeavours made by many persons to impose a spurious article lor their make, feel it incumbent upon them to request the attention of the Public, in purchasing what tbey conceive to be j** original, to observe the name and address correspond with tWawTe, Tbe general appearance of the spurious descriptions *ul deceive the unguarded, and for their detection, B.and Son �umitthe following cautions-some are in appearance, at first Sit. "The Genuine," but without any name and address- ^"Burgess's Essence of Anchovies"-others " Burgis's," ttataany more without address. John Burgess and Son hav-tofpeen for many years honoured with such distinguished ap-PWtttion, feel every sentiment of respect towards tbe public, wetraeatly solicit them to inspect the labels previously to Pwcnasingwhat they conceive to be of their make, which they gpewill prevent many disappointments. " Burgess's New o*oce,' for general purposes, having given such great satisfac-^o,continues to be prepared by them, and is recommended *** most useful and convenient sauce-will keep good in all Wiaate8.~.\Varehouse, 107, Strand, corner of the Savoy-steps, ��j/mdon original Fish Sauce Warehouse. , ^THEN Men of Education and Professional 'Bit^M*'/' persevering endenvoura to discover the moat safe ttufal " metl�"d of treating a few jirevnilioi: Dneaies, thetac--Uiilr l�r tll*'r exI�?rie:it� �� the beit proof of superiority. ti|*rfn and co'.Surpeoni,lmv� been iudnceil to m�k� ibe � P,,ow",ff ,b* "hJect of tbeir particular study, via.: - J. T,er,lreqncntly enameled la mameiU of .atoxication.wb.cti, 4ebiJitVPr?Trd p,an* are �He�,,1'Iy �nd effectimlly cured: a� also liieooi* 11,01 �r"lnRfroni Bacchanalian indulgences,long- re-**k� f"1 **rm *limaie>, or Tire, too often pinned by yoail-, *�tiilli00i ttme,J' re.ned.ied, terminate iu impotence and coa. ��#ir Jttthat *�tre�iiif state of debility, whether the con* fciXuLS. tnl*Befbl habits, or arislnjrfrom any other cause, ^wii tbe powers ,.f the constitution become enfeebled, as re-J�"jeditMted Surgeon� of London,thty offer a Cnn,safe,and Si- ,,�Ttin" to perfect health. Tb� resull of a long and ex-���.,, kce h*" enahied them, by a superior method.to re-�*m^rffcOIBpUinU*hoir*ver Inveterate or complicated, wlth�sji u***l,enl to theleaal restraint in diet or exercise. Tbe *��f-hlT k ,Dcce" of tbeir mode of treatment (which has *Ui An* n to ln one siaffle Instance in a practice of IS aartnp which period many thousand persons have been WotW afler,evere and injurious methods had been panned �tt twPra� ,0Beri w'thnat effect) induces them to thai pqblkJy sjJISr^���.- Patieuisio the cosmtry are requested t� �Ute ^Itafc-T!1 ,ortbeircase, ace. and manner af liviof. Inclosing e �d�ice ftnd medicine,and tbesame will be for-WeLn*rny part oftb� ki�R-dooi.-To be consMlted at Ike if �UaiL-L l)!Tr>onal,r'or by letter) by patients w>U secresy and ftttt^*"'G0�8cad C'0.,�argoeaf. II, BouTerie-itreet, Kleeu S18 of LIFE (Twentieth Edition), a familiar Cesnnei-*lliia , �boTe Di�e�e�-�. The SYPHILI8T-and �, HY-*t*o*j rltfw,lllle Cott>pWnU),b, Goal and Co., nay be had of *U^Tn n'and Paternoiter-row, Londoa, ane JEKSKY, Gl'EKNSEY, FRANCE and 1TALY-STKA.M-PACKKTS from SOI TJIA-MFION The CAMILLA will leave Southampton for Havre-de-Graco every Tuesday. i\lay 8, at n in the evoning I May at \i in the afternoon l.i, 5 in lhe morning | 6 in tbe evening calling at Portsmouth one hour and a half after the packet loaves Southampton. The AK1ADN K will leave Southamp-t"n for (Juemsey anil Jersey every Tuesday opening at si; o'clock : and proceed from Jersey to Granville and St. Mali every alternuto fortnight during the aeason. Particulars ma', be obtained of Mr. Tovey, No. 3, Bedford-street, Strand, Lon don ; Mr. Wheeler, Portsmouth ; and of Mr. W. J. Le Feuvre, Southampton, of whom pass porta may be had. The coach fare from London to Southampton is the cheapest in England. THE ESTATE of the late THOMAS FROST GEPP, Esq.-All Persons hiring any CLAIM or DEMAND upon tbe ESTATE nnd EFFECTS of TI10MAS tROSI GiPP, late of Crmlmsftrrl, in tbo county of Essex Esq. deceased, aro requested to send the particulars thereof to Messrs. Perkins nud Uepp, Solicitors. Chelmsford, or to Edward Robert Porter, Esq. New Court Temple, in order that the sums may be discharged ; and all persons Indebted to the Estnte of the said deceased, are requested to pay the amounl of tbeir debts to Messrs. Perkins and Ciepp, or to .Mr. Porter. -Chelmsford. �d May, 183-,\ ANTI-CORROSION L1THIC PAINT, cheap and extremely durnblo article for iron and wood work, fencing, brick, and old stucco fronts. Tbe repeated orders for this Paint from gentlemen in the country, who uso it extensively, warrant the manufacturers in strongly recommending it. It is made of stone, lend, and green colours, and can only be obtained of Francis, White, and Francis, Brothers, Nine Elms, Surrey. REALTURKEYand BENGALCA RPUTS. - The Nobility and Gentry are respectfully informed, the finest selected qualities of Smyrna and Bengal CARPETS, are now ready for inspection, at HIXDLEV'S Carpet Ware house, 32. Be rnera-street. Inconsequence of tbe very exten sive assortment, and great demand for many years experienced nt this Establishment, it will be found the best at all times for nn immediate supply of warranted genuine manufacture ; the present printed list ia much under the usual charge. ECONOMY.-An excellent article ol CAPE WINE, at 5s. 9d. per gallon, or one of the highest quality ever imported ?s. Od., with an abatement of 3d. per gallon for quantities of five gallons. A very superior Pontac irora tbe true transplanted Portugal grape, 7s.6d. per gallon, and good Ports from 9s. to l.is., ditto Sherries from 10s. tc 14s. 6d. per gallon, with the same abatement on five gallons.- Terms, cash on or before delivery.-23, High Holborn. GEORGE HENEKEY. YOUNGER'S EDINBURGH ALE-COLEBY and LONG, sole Agents for the above, beg to inform their friends that they have removed from Bucklers-bury, to No. 7, Qneen-street-plnce, Cheapside, three doors from theSouthwark-bridge. C. and &. are now receiving large supplies of the above celebrated Ales, and beg to invite the attention of the Trade to those brewed for stock, as well as those for immediate draught. They also solicit an early in speclion of their strong Ales, for summer bottling ; as th and at the Banking-bouse in Pall-mall. The sale of the choice wines, plate, china, tec. will take place early in Jane, and also of the elegant effects, wines, Ac. at Roydoo, near Hoddesdon, duo notice of which will be given. Pall-Mall.-The Banking-house and Premises of Sir Geor�� Duckett, Bart., Morland, and Co., with immediate possession.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr- RAIN V, on the Premises, No. 50, on the North side t f Pall-mall, on Tuesday, May 22, at one for two precisely, by direction of the Assignees, and with immediate possession : THESE very capital and commanding PRE-M1SES are adapted for any public establishment, or for a professional or private residence. They are most substantially constructed, and in complete repair. The tenure equal in value to freehold, subject to an outgoing by way of rent of only 70/. per annum. The ground floor is admirably arranged for business, and on the basement are fire-proof stronc rooms, in addition to servants' offices, and a detached kitchen, with a pump of fine spring water. The upper floors embrace every accommodation for a family : the front drawing-room is spacious and lofty, and an ante-room connects it with an excellent eating room. Tbe entrance hall is distinct, and an elegant stone staircase rises to tbe bed chambers, which are numerous, with water-closets on each landing. Tbe purchaser may be accommodated with the Household Furniture, at a fair valuation. To be viewed till the sale, by tickets, which may be had of Mr. Rainy, 8, Berkeley-square. Printed particulars will be ready for delivery on the 1st of May, and may then be had of him ; also of Messrs. Walford, Southampton-street, Covent-garden; Mr. Briggs, Lincoln's Inn-fields; at the Auction. Mart; and on the Premises. The Sale of the Pictures, Plate, China, Wines, Carriages, Books, and Miscellaneous Effects of the late Charles Greenwood, Esq. deceased. THE Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, are respectfully informed that the SALE of the above PROPERTY will take place in the following order : - On Wednesday, May Irj-The Pictures and Prints. Thursday, May 17-The Plate, Plated Articles, Table China and Glass, and the Carriages. Friday, May 18-The Seve and other Ornamental China, Clocks, Candelabra, Books, and Miscellanies. Saturday, May 19-The Cellar of Wines. Catalogues of the whole. Is. each, may be bad, on tbe 14th of May, at Mr. Squibb's Rooms, in Saville-row, and of Mr. Rainy, No. 8, Berkeley-square; and a separate catalogue ot the wines may be had six days prior to the sale. Tbe very desirable LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE in Auiley-square, with coach-house and stabling, and The distinguished VILLA and GROUNDS, Brompton Pnrk, are to be disposed of, with the Household Furniture in each, by Private Contract. Particulars, and tickets to view, to be had of Mr. Rainy. The Collection of Pictures of the late Charles Greenwood, Esq., deceased, removed from Audley-square and Bromp-ton-park.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. RAINY, at Mr. Squibb's Auction-room, Saville-row, on Wednesday, May 16, at Twelve o'clock, ACOLLECTION of very pleasing and genuine PICTURES removed from Audley-square and Bromp-ton-park, and amongst them a few entitled to special notice, including the Five Senses, by SpagnoletU ; a landscape and cattle, by Cuyp ; view in the Bay of Naples, by Vernet; a farm-yard and wintei scene, by Morland ; ic. &c. Also, five fine prints of Raphael's Cartoons, by Holloway, and others framed and glazed. To be viewed two days preceding the sale, when catalogues may be had at thu Room ; and of Mr. Rainy, No. 8, Berkeley-square. Valpy's Greek Grammar 6 Schrevelius Lexicon, Greek and English ; by the Reverend J. R. Major. 2d edit.much improved and words added............ 16 Brasse's Greek Gradus 18 Dictionary of Latin Phrases, by Robertson, improved edition 15 Robinson's Grecian Antiquities. 2d edition 15 Entick's Latin and English Dictionary,greatly improved; by theRev. J. Niblock.......... Latin Gradus, without Verses or Phrases---- Horace, witb English Notes............. Horace, no Notes...... A neat edition of Virgil, 18mo. 3d edition.... The same, witnHeyne's 6 0 7 0 3 6 Text and Delphin Latin Notes, do Ordo 8 6 Ask for Valpy'a editions of tbe above Caesar's Commentaries, ditto .............. 8 Juvenal, ditto ........ 7 Sallust, ditto.......... 1 Juvenal, Text only, 12mo............... 3 Ditto, English Notes .. 5 First Latm Exercises .. 1 Greek Delectus ...... 1 Latin Delectus........ 2 Second Latin Delectus 6 Latin Grammar........ 2 EpistolseCiceronis,English Notes.......... 3 C. Nepos, with English Notes and Questions, by Bradley.......... 3 Eutropius, ditto ...... 2 Ovid Metamorphoses, ditto .............. Phsdrus, ditto........ Latin Prosody, by ditto Epitome Sacra; Historic, English Notes . New Reader, Classical and Miscellaneous .. 6 6 4 6 The valuable Cellar of Wines of the late Charles Greenwood, Esq. deceased.-To be SOLI) by AUCTION, by Mr. RAINY, at Mr. Squibb's Auction Room, Saville-row, on Saturday, May 19, at Twelve o'Clock, THE Genuine and very Choice WINES, selected with great care and judgment, without regard to expense, now lying in the cellars at Audley-square, Bromp-ton-park, and Craigs-court, from whence tbey will he delivered with permits to the purchaser. They comprise nearly Five Hundred Dozen of Port, Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Champagne, Santeroe, Barsac, Burgundy, Hock, Marsala, Hermitage, &c, and two hogsheads of Claret in the wood. Tbe whole of the very first quality. To be tasted at the time of sale. Catalogues may be had six days preceding at the rooms, and of .Mr. Rainy, No. 8, Berkeley-square, of whom also orders for samples may be obtained. Leicestershire.-The Sysonby Estate, about a mile from Melton Mowbray, tbe road to Nottingham'intersecting it, and it is bounded in part by a navigable river ; the poor rates extremely low.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. RAINY, at the Auction Mart, opposite the Bank of England, on Friday, June 29, at Twelve, in One Lot, AHighly Valuable and Improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE, free of great titheJ situate in the hamlet of Sysonby, and parish of Melton Mowbray ; comprising, in a ring fence, nearly 700 acres of very rich meadow, pasture, and arable land, divided into several farms, witb farm houses and suitable agricultural building*, in tbe occupation of most respectable tenants from year to year, and of tbe clear annual value of about 1.100L an eligible and secure property for investment. The lands may be viewed by permission of the tenants, and printed particulars, with plans annexed, may be had, on an after tbe 1st of June, at the Swan, Melton Mowbray ; Blacka-moor's Head, Nottingham; Three Crowns, Leicester; George, Sttmtord; Angel, Grantham; of Messrs. Farrers, Atkioson, an 1 Parkinson, Lincoln's-inn-fields; Messrs. D. and R. Stewart, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury; at the Auction Mart; and of Mr. Rainy, 8, Berkeley-square, London. Btackland's-lane, Brompton.- Valuable r reebolaPiotut uunu-inC or Garden-ground.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by STEVENS and BRENCHLEY, at the Auction Mart, on Tuesday, May 8, at Twelve o'Clock, pursuant to an order of the Court of Chancery, and by the direction of J. II. Menvale, Esq. the Commissioner, acting in the prosecution oi a Commission of Bankrupt issued against Messrs. MacDonald und Campbell, and with tbe concurrence of the Assignees and of th** Mortgagee. i Valuable FREEHOLD PLOT of LAND, Cm. measuring 2a. 2r. 24-p., situated at the end ol Cumberland-street, Marlborough-road, formerly Blackland's-lnne, Brompton, close to tbe Fulbam-road, and adjoining Brompton Grange and other property of Smith's Charity, of excellent quality for cultivation as nursery and garden ground, and offering a very eligible site for the erection of a street of housps on a moderate scale, with gardens lo each, to form tbe continuation of Cumberland-street. May be viewed, and particulars had at the place of sale ; nf Messrs. Karslake and Crealock, solicitors, 4, Regent-street; of Messrs. Oddie, Foster, and Lumley, solicitors. 111, Carev-street, Lincoln's-inn ; and of Stevens and Brenchley, 36, Old Jewry.________ Elegant Ornamental China, French Clocks, Library of Books, and Miscellaneous Effects, of the late Charles Greenwood, Esq., decensed, removed from Audley-squHre and Brompton Park.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. RAINY, at Mr. Squibb's Auction Room, Saville-row, on Friday, May 18, at Twelve o'Clock, THE very Elegant Ornamental PORCELAIN, comprising beautiful Seve and Dresden Vases, richly painted and mounted in ormolu, handsome Parisian clocks in ormolu and alabaster vases, candelabra, n fine bust in statnary of the late Duke of York, a folding India screen, and other valuable miscellaneous articles. The books comprise the Annual Register in 73 volumes, Rapin and Tindal's History of England ; the works of Gibbon, Robertson, Pope, Sterne, and a variety of theological works. To be viewed two days preceding the sale, when catalogues may be had in Saville-row; and of Mr. Rainy, No. 8, Berkeley-square. Valuable Service of Plate, of the late Charles Greenwood, Esq. the Household China and Glass, and Carriages.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. RAINY, at Mr. Squibb's Anction-room, Saville-row, on Thursday, May 17, at Twelve o'Clock, THE very valuable SERVICE of PLATE, of about 4,000 ounces, comprising a set of ten table dishes, with gadroon edges, soup and sauce tureens, four side dishes and covers, eight round ditto and ditto, a pair of very richly chased ice pails with liners, two pair of handsome table candlesticks with scroll branches, large waiters, chased tea and coffee pots, sugar basins, hand candlesticks, apoons, forks, etc. Also a few plated articles in dish covers, cruet frames, bottle stands, and vegetable dishes ; and tbe dinner, dessert, and tea services of china and cat glass. Also an elegant chariot and a landju. To be viewed two days preceding the Sale, when Catalogues may be bad at the Room ; and of Mr. Rainy, No. 8, Berkeley-square. Lake District.-Field Head House, an elegant and coniiuu-dious Cottage Villa, and 235 Acres of Sleadow, A.-able, Pasture, and Woodland, situated in tbe parish of Hawks-head, iu the centre of the celebrated and romantic district of the Lakes, in tbe North of England.-Mr. VENTOM respectfully informs the Public that be is instructed to SELL the above Estate by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Auction Mart, on Wednesday, 20th of June, 1832, at Twelve o'Clock, in Four Lots, unless an acceptable offer ia made for the whola by Private Contract. FIELD HEAD HOUSE is surrounded with thriving shrubberies and plantations, and placed in thu centre of the estate, on a gentle declivity, commanding extensive views of the valley of Hawkshead and of tbe Lakes of Windermere and Estbwaite. It is distant fifteen miles from Keswick, fifteen from Ulverstone, thirteen from Kendal, five from Ambleside and Bowness, and only one mile from th� excellent and cheap market nnd post town of Hawkshead - from all which places the communication is shortened by the excellence of the roada. The house and offices erected ;u an expense of upwards oi 6,000/. are well adapted for and capahlo of accommodating a family of moderate means and establishment, containing, on the ground floor-entrance hall, breakfu^t parlour, dining and drawing rooms, and library ; also kitchen, back kitchen, servants' hall, butler's pantry, and numerous other convenient offices. On the firstfloor-five bed chambers, dressing room, and store room. In the attic-servants' rooms. Tbe principal detached offices are stabling for six horses, coach houses, harness room, granary, ice. &c.; a cottage for gardener and farm servants ; barns, cow houses, cattle sheds for forty beasts ; and an enclosed farm yard, built upon the best principles for economising labour, and convenience. Thf premises are at present occupied by the proprietor's family, but immediate possession may be had ; and the whole or any part of tbe capital and substantial furniture mny (if required j be purchased at a valuation. The estate is tithe free ; the rates and taxes extremely low. Part of tbe land is Jet to yearly tenants at a rent of 165/. per annum ; and tbe remainder, should tbe purchaser not require to keep it iu his own occupation, may readily be let every year for hay grass at from 3Z. 10s. to 4/. per acre. From the increasing value of land in this romantic and beautiful neighbourhood, it may be fairly presumed, that the sale of this property presents the combined ndvantages which very seldom occur, of making a moderate investment and securing a desirable residence for the lover of picturesquo scenery and the social enjoyments of a retired but highly-cultivated society. Further particulars, a description of the lots, and a phm of tbe estate, may be bad upon application on tbe premises ; at tbe Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool; Royal Hotel, Manchester ; Mr. Cranke, solicitor, Ulverstone ; Mr. Poole, solicitor, Hawks head ; at tbe Royal Oak, Keswick ; the King's Arms, Kendal; Salutation Hotel, Ambleside ; UUock's Hotel, Bowness ; Mr. Heath cote, solicitor, 47, Col em an-street, London ; at Mr. Ventom's offices, Angel-court, Tbrogmorton-street, London; and at tbe Auction Mart. N r. A H I mm. Hasten to Warren's, at 30 the Strand, To purchase your Blacking, the beat in the land ! And for polish and surface, and brightness of hue, No mirror shall then be compared to your shoe. This easy-slrining and brilliant BLACKING, prepared by ROBERT WARREN, 30, Strand, London ; and sold ini e�ry Town in the Kingdom. Liquid, in bottles, and Paste Blacking in pot�, at 6d., 12d., and 18d each. Be particular to inquire for Warren's, 30, Strand ; all othtrs are counterfeit.
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