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Times, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1832, London, Middlesex 14.905 LONDON. MONDAY. JULY 16, 1832. PRICE the tn rnrt-WT. J- K. OWKN. to the EMI IV-rk. ISw I For -YewM or PMMM t to Hickardk. Macki "1 Kdmund UrtKl. 1. HfrWWmin. 1. 1 me- street. __ rALCIITTA Jircct, to sail on the :W of tu.n.tt the Hun. BKNt'OOLKN, t.n. Wtl.I.IVM rri.l.ls. IndU Thit ship very superior l sunayftn. for apply to I apt. TullU, Jerusale wi Wyllle, andVo Duuicr fjuaro i or t tin, Katt India l-endrohall ____ TpoirCMAVTt'A direct, to mill from Liverpool theS-Mbrif Augmt.thc fine new AL D. W. PKTniK. now on her third vm ,1L' (it (td up in a tupirtor lo a pauragcr having a lofty x.p well armed ami mannfd. indcarrln Vnre.1 and terms of applv In Liter. l t.. Mt Mklralm llunttri in in MioVar.t. Mac- or Kiln.utut Head, I. Itlrhn-court, I.lme-Mreet. rAU't'TTA itiroci, to sail 3d of August, the lion chartered Shlp.ANN and ions I W. I'OMrTON. lytniT m livtta IKvan. -hip underHone a repair, and been newly coppcr-M within the tart her accoin- are fined up In a superior styto for well ,n.h ippN I'1 i'aptain Jerusalem colTee houte. to Mr. .Mtipton. Jim.. hi.tii paMenffrr I'ftrllon V ll> M.jl'ornhtn.__________ t'Olt BOM HAY, umlcr rnptpciiK'nt lo Kail ihe of Julv frmn Gravnend, for mevt'timurnt goods onlv. KJ...R.; fcllhct UeAJw-rtiiht onNvtrd. VhipI.AIIV KV to-.- burden. 1 Tt VS PKUCIVAL (of Ihe M. ('IK'S in tfic West Otvlxs. This IX-L-M newly I for tml cxrnn an experlenctM I" or frcinht pauam> apply to at Ihr n i le Mntn. t Co.. u t OlJ i to John That'krr. 4, Leaden hall-Mtrwt litfhTtfOMl Julv. tti anil will IM- on the t flnr trttit JOHN WMkKU. lommand.fr: lyinu m the st. p rur fTtnufit of havlnv to J H. AmoM ami Wuullett. I, tireel i or lo Walter FowheVbuUilknir-. Tirwrr MAORAS lo sail fnim Tortsmauth on 1Mb of Auiiuit, the Ship M VUY ANNK, 500 WM. IL C. S.. Commander: lying In the India Deck. it flttetl up for pauenKen. and a FtW freisrht or Apply lo (ilrxUtann and Co 103. 1 sMilmFvala-Atreei; to K. Hu'hc'st-court. Lliiie-slrcet; or to trw al the Jetuulrui roffrehoute. the MAl'KlTirS tlirect. to sail uritron. or tt> ('apt. Kmbleton. at the Jerusalem "HOBAiaTTiWN and nf her ni, board, and betpotitily JeipaUhul, Tttl.loiittnana.ier; loadinx in the SI.Katharine This fine M.. poop anil fTTcat between derkt, oflvrs un- usuallv to pauenKerm. She u well ami Ml, aad carry an ripenem-ed Apply lo at) board to nriffiihi.9. Water lane; or to William Martin. IH. TlWS afld SYUNKY7 New J, bulk of her canto and will witS dnpatcn.lhc burilwn totw. WILLIS. Commander. drtrrouc of tn Dwmro'i Land 01 South will And thu ahrp a very supe- rior ronvrrance, hivlna a ooup. elegantly fitted for the accommodaXKni of her loftv "iwixt and treat capatity. will afford unutuat and comfort to camn an rxperlencrd For frciuht or im- application to to John MaMon.3. STEAM AlUtfVNCKMKNTS for the Su UMER. LISLE, and the vit Dunkirk, from Saturday, returning on the Steam Packet CRORGE. lo Dunkirk lOv each. Exfnruoa to back, ihe Irts. each. for embarkation arrive at Ramiitaie the To BOVLOOVE. from Dorer, every Tuesday and Friday, the Steim Picket SOVERKK.N. From to Hover, and back the tame day. div. Thursday and Friday. 4s. each. J. Jan., packet snd commercial agent. Dover. DTNDEEaml STKAMKK9, cheapen traTelllna out of LONOtlN to SCOTLAND.-The tplmdwl LIVERPOOL and tail rrgularlv for tH'XDFE. from Si. Ksthartne'i Stram Pirket-wt.arf. railing off ScarbOTvujth. wratKer permittinK. The Glasgow on Tuesday, July 17, it 1 o'clock afternoon and the Liverpool on Saturday. Julv 31, tt ft o'clock afternoon. Fares, enclmive of t to Dundee. jC310s. t cabin to Scarborough. t'S; 13tv An excellent table, and a choice (election nf are kept on board, at moderate Births secured by applying at the Spread Eagle office, Piccadilly) at St. katha- Steam-wharf; end IW.Fenchurch-street. THOMAS MARTIN. CiFORGE BURNS. run daily from Dundee to Olaigow, Edinburgh, Perth, at moderate 17OR KDINBURCH. the sulemlid new Su-amShipn JC the ROV4.L ('apt. MILLS', and ROYAL WlLLItM. Capt. CHAPLIN, each SOOnorw power, will from SU Katharine Dock Wharf, near the Royal Adelaide, on evening, July 17. at 10 o'clock. Royal William, on evening, July ?i. at 10 o'clock. Thece befound of ihe very claw in point ufipeed and accommodaiion. and ire the only that afford the advan- tage to of embarking at the steam Lonrfrm. and landinicin I etth: and be ihtpped and landed with greatest ease and tnrludiogt cabin. lecimd cabin. The in the second cabin are very tuperior, there being a separate apartment for Information obtained, birthstecnred. aad modi received for tfitpmmt, and Ola-stow Wharf; alto by T- Mrand; H. t'oderwooQ. W. lUvmtrket Mr. Ssndenoa, Buar and C'astte ion, Oxford-street; and Mr. Gilbert. inn. I.twrence-lanr. hraMi where light re- ceivrd. and forwarded to whatf, till 3 o'clock on the of ttart- inn.________JOSEPH Agent. Leilb and Glasgow Wharf. to peRom having J_> CLAIMS on the late Mr. JOHNSTONK. of Norfolk ilrert. Strand, rnal merchant, are requested forthwith to the thereof tu our office. KEARSEY and Ht'GIICS.49. Lothbury. the STATE of SAMPEL HIPPERSON, ____ perwns having CLAIMS on the ESTATE of Mr. UIPPERbON. late of the King's Inn. Hampton toun, deceased, are hereby requested to vend in a itatemenl of the Ur. William Jackson, solicitor, Hampton, on or before the and all indebted to the are hereby to pay luch to the said Mr. William Jackson. Julv II. SUSANNA HIPPERSON, E CHARLKft EDWARDS, dea Persons any CLAIM or DEMANDon l nf the late Mr. CHARLES No. 131. t i the ESTATE ________ __ ____ Great Surrey- Blackfrlan, wine ami vptrit merchant. are desired to transmit the amount and thereof to C. F. Adv. or to the Goldsmith, I'. Wettmlnvter, and Mr. Evenden, W. indsH who are .ndebterf to the said estate are requested forlh- with to pav N'OTK'K to DKBTORS and Votice U hereby given.that LUKE COOMBS. of Newbury. Berks, grocer and taltowchandhrr. since deceased, oil. by indenture of axtgninent, bearing date on the 13th day of June hut. ASSIGN OVER all ESTATE and EFFECTS to upon certain therein mentioned, and for the BENF- F1T of lufh of his CREDITORS who should execute the same nv within three from the date thereof. The deed now Iks for UK-nature at the office of Mr. Graham, solicitor, Newbury, Berkt. of all claims may be left. All per ion DU> be Indebted to theestateare dew red forthwith to pay the ai of their respective to Mr. Graham. win tmount pt RSr'ANTlo a Decree of the Hifh Court of J. hanrsry, made loa riuwof "Grimihawifiaiml Howarth the of JOHN S WINGLEIH'RST. late of Park hill. In uf Whalley. m the county uf Lancaster, gentleman, (who e month of IBMt, are forthwith to hi and r befure Sirfiiffln Wtlcon. one of the uid uurt. at >Q Southampton- butldinjn. Chancery- ixmdoti or, in default thereof, they will be excluded the bene- the deotv. died in PCRSL'ANT to a Decree of High Court of rhanfrrv, ID a of Dartfnirton airalnat Darlinfr- t-m; HED1TORS of HUHUtI> IIARLINGTON. late of Alton juiia Mondruto, tn the rounty of fhetler. gentleman, jti ihe month nf July. 1SIHV. are forthwith to come m nnil fcrove before Sir Wilton, one of the ihe f o'jrt, n m Chancery-lane. or. m default thereof, they will be excluded the benefit of the ui.l WHEREAS by a Decree ef the High Court of f Slit darof November. IWl.niadcin tiuw" Lrerh Wil.le ind It wu rrferrnl lojamr. Trower, Maitm of (tie laid Court, to Inqutf. anil ft.te Ui who.re the pmont now InMoted theTHI'ST DKRJ) in th. ptewiinit. of the Mid cauMnanird, and which bran date of April. and Ii madr Ijet wren UaunMey therein aiof Sairnrd.in therounly of merchant, and Mary hn wife, of thw one put. wid certain petMntt therein tiamrtl ai Truttmrrf the other part, whereby certain hereditaments ami pre- otran.iituat.af New Earth, in the townihlpofohlham. in the county of Lancaster, were limited, aftrff Ihe of them. "he uid Iljuntex-v llulmeand wife, to the >ald Tru.teef. upon tniit to tell the Mine, and divide the moniet ariimx therefrom and rmu and profit, trurreof into fo.rteen equal and tfi uf Ihc Ltme the and of of UI..JM Mary Hultne.expart. paterna.ln maniwr following, vntelkit: fourteen pan. equally betveen the children of John lUe. decrattd. who thouUl be llvinitat Ihcdrceaaeofthclurvivtir of them the uld DauntMer llulme and Mary llulme. One other of fwunwn partiequallr amotin.t of Ihe children of Wilde who ihouM be then hnntf. One other of fourteen .mr.ra.l .uch of the children of Abraham Wilde de- then Another of tuch fiiurteen part. J-riall, ainonint the rlnUrenof Jwob Wilde. who .l.ould ttien living. Another of tuch fourtemi parlt unto Mary Nul- Hate Mary Wlldel. In cate the laid Wary Xultall ihoul.l te but in eaM ahe .hould be then, dead Dually of her children ai .hould be Ihen lirinir. une other of frnjrteen parts unto Ann Dyton (lat. Ann Wlldel. In calc (he bethen llTlnr.bul ahould be then dead, .numtni of her children aa bo Itlra Another .f >uch four- parta unto John Cooper, In caae he ihould be then ll'lnn. caaehaihould be then dcarl. then equally am ofhii children ihould kelhen llrln.. Ano'titr of aurh fourteen parla unto Paul tuoper. In he ihouM be Ihen bul In ctae he ihuuld be thill then equally auch of Ml children ai .hould be Ihen Another of tuch fourteen parli .morunt of Ihe children of fooprr deceased, aaihnuld be then Ft vlnic. Another of equally ainonmt luch of the children of Wil.le IU1- Martha deceased, ai be then llvltw. Ono other 9''Jfh fourteen parta eqoajly amotwat such of Ihe chllrtren of deceaied Ithemofore Sarah u .hould be Ihen M' rcai.ee. eeme (therefore llebecca I'ooper, e And theremalnlnir fourteenth part oflhe laid rnoniwunlo ahxluruhl be then In caae the .hould be Ihen dead, Ihen equally amonmt gj" 'Of hct children ai -houMbe IbenlMiur. And It waa tnertby pro- that in caM.II Ihe chiMitn of any or mor. of the aald de-
lo hirthxith-Tfturti lo me m wtltlnv "Ihcir fhriitian i." and thw Line, or other deicri in uf then place of abode, "to enable me to comply with the 4 fll.iHI.Ks MAIITIN, Jan.. of the Mid art. rr.' lull. July I'lerk of the Mid ROYAL DISPENSARY for DISEASES of K lit, IVan t, iquare. KINO, t The OI'EEV. A and FETE will be held al the MU-KNS, V THIS July 16. in ihi- OS of the IN's n FUTION. of may be had st the at the Oar- and scvertl military, the Horn, and other him.U. with ttie pnnelp.i} ther.ermnn opera from thu Theatre, will beiu atti'ndime. of v.Kal and muntc. The oiwrattKOf the Mane. Fan. with tartrtv of entertainments. wilt tw Kive.i. The trudvns will lie tienutifully denirAie.l with and Hlunitn.ic.1 m the with many thouund addi- tional Ti'umchnlr with a mnjm-flcent displav of The will be open at 1 o'clock. which will admit to 'pUUTII BlU'tAL plimrd headnl by the Ilrutal Vttempts." h.iMnsj appcnrvd thronnhoul the toun, and in the nt-wipjiprrs, the whtMecondutt n there-ill bisely feel called uprni to nmtrailict to denounce, as unmanly and unjust, (oii.ln'cy allmtctltti by theauthorsof Ilrutal Attempts- are neither more nor thnn called tneclher. ottfivtblv for the purpose of hcaritut a lecture, but really with the in- temumtif indurinn lo injure deeply the beat In- of this roUntry, tuid (honr of the elerlon of London in part.- nilar, by hitidrrinii thent in the freeexerctteof the franchise with which they have been recently invented. That be watched, and manfully entrml. and that truth and reuon thould more than idle diirUmatlon founded upon falw ttatomcnU. what would wiah to ixrur In every This w the conuiifiitnry upon the %.le placaril headed Brutal AttemptO It u false concerted hindranrewaftoffered totheditcuMtnn; and unprejudiced in the true prmpcrity of this itwmry. would do well to attend future for the purp-w of heanu-i these puhlic bv the England's rommercr, U, ONUON HIKMINCIIAM JUt AtaMKKTINIiol IVeri an.l Membrri of Ihr Houie of Com- nittus.aoil of other tivrsont favourably dispoaed to this held at the Thatched llousr Tavern, on FrMay. Julv 1.1, IM! I Thelliiiht Hon. Loi.l IVII.MINCUFFK in the chair: the followinir revolutions were unanlinoi.ilv Noted by the iturht lion, the Earl of Denliiffh. and seconded by Sir Gray skiuoilh. Hart., 1. That In the opinion of this McetiiiK a railway from London lo Birmingham will he productive of very tfrcal national banefit. Moted by Ihe llulht Hon. the Karl of Aylnford. arid seconded by Sir E. Pollmiui S.olt. Hart.. M.T.: Thai the Bill for cflcctmt! this important object having pasted Ihe HOUM- of Commons, after a long and rigorous examination of its nteriu, it mult lie presumed that failure in Ihe House of LOTUS has arisen from apprehensions on part of llie landowners anil respecting Its probable effect on their estates, which this Mcvtiiitf flrtnly and believe to be ill-founded. Moved by the Hmht Hon. the Karl of falrdon. and seconded by J. llodtctu lludjmta Foley, Ksq.. M I', l 3. Thai ronsrituttitly this Meeting sec no Parliamentary nr other frrounni for ahanilnninif Irm gr..it un.lertattinir. a. they are that by ttmely explanations and a continuance of judicious manaife- ment. the .itflicnltles which .H-curreil In the process uf the Dill may be remote.! in the ensuiug Session of Parliament. Mil ABNCUFFK. Chairman. Lord WhamchOe Inn left Ihe chair. It was moved by FM'nund Esq., M P., and socondrd by tho Hunt Hon. Karl of llenhliih; Thit the thanks of Meetinu IK' Kiven lathe Rlirht Han. the l.or.1 for his kindness in tiWinir the chair. MM S 0 p A L T LO A T I II U R C tf i_j a MEETING of the KH1ENDS of this Inrtt- lutton. held on M.m.lav. the 'Hh July, TheLOHDBlSIKlPi.f LONDON In the rhair; the following moluttuns wt-re unanimnuily to That the Floating C'hurch the only means of irrace for the bridy of Hcnmen on (he river Thames, which conntcted with the i'hitrrh. it ireim an duty in the members uf that church to render the necessary assistance for vuppnrt. That Meeting i K. Kcum0lrv. Hcojrraphr. and navlicatiun, wllh the most useful brancnea of Ihe mathematics, and pro. ided with board, clothes, and ev.ry neceasary, at SU guineas per anniln each. No ntra N'u vacaluina. Further particular! nuur be known -on application to Mr. Sealon.agrnt. 10. PKuVrira-plarv. Unswcll-strrwl road. Mr. Shaw anemia at the George and Uluo Hoar, llolburn, from 12 lo 9 daily whare a card of particular! may be seen. rhargcs.--At JLj STEVENS and LEE'sTlaMicaland Commerriil ACIDEM V, Loutthton.Kuex. U miles from town, eligibly situate, young gentlemen are INSTRUCTED lo Hie learned mercantile correspondence, and other branches of a polite and useful education, foi per quarter, which will include every extra, dancing, and at the desire of the Senior intended for merct.iitile or those education has been neglected, very exvrdt- tioutiy forwarded. Apply, oraddreaa. above t 1. Quecn-stf t 'hcapitdr. PAItENTS and princi- i, pal of a hlffbly rrspcetsble school, neir Ixtndun, hot ONE cr TWO PUPILS. They are liberally boarded and instructed in writ.OR and accounts, grammar, hislnry. geography, plain and fancy word, and will receive IMMHM from of eminence in music, drawmtf. danrinr. t rench, watdi- inn iua-lude.1, at !8 guineas per annum. Voung ladica under Itycanof 2t RcspecUbli) given. The pupils arc treated with parental Kindness, and great attention.! paid to their health, morals, and religious The house ii commodious, ami firounda spacious. Apply, post paid, to L.I'., Lambert'... Wai worth-toad. Mr. BOLDIION s ACA- DEMV, Pierte-hridge, near Darlington. Durham, YOUNG (iKNTI.KMEN are PROVIDED with BOAltD, IJook. carefully instructed In thcEngliih, Ijitin.and Greek writing, anthmetlc. bookkeeping, meiuuiation. and the inott uaeful of mathematics, on the following under 13 of age, 50 guineas per annum j from 18 to S3 U and 24 The French language at S per annum exiia. For reference! apply to Mr. Burn. 10. Piccadilly; James Flude. Esq.. Mmclnir-lauei Whiteley, 37. East-street. Red and of Mr. Uilthofer. SJ, Upper Euury-strert, Pimlico. Mr. Boldronat- Icnds from 11JIJI S at the British coffeehouse, fl, N a and respectable SEMINARY M- i MMithr of London, there wilt, after the present be VACANCIES for TWO YOUNG LADIES. They will receive the liberal treatment, and be well Instructed in the English and Fiench hlitory, geography, and all kinds of on the moderate of tttftufiwaapcr annum, wuhing included. Also a young lady can be received who may be of completing her education i and, in addition to Ihe above ahe will receive mi t met ion in writing, arithmetic, drawing. far S ycan.SO or SO (ruinean per annum. The moat respectable re- can be given. For of address apply at 7, Castle-itreet. Graopchurch-gtreat; and ilH. Lu a select and very iltucte Boarding School, S miles from town, a limited number of YOUNG GENTLEMEN are carefully EDUCATED In every branch of polite and liberal education. In eluding the French and La tin grammar, hbtory. geography with thetueof Ihe globes, penmanship, arithmetic, merchants' die., at from to per annum, according to age. The domestic arrangements of this establishment arc liberal, and the treatment particularly kind and parental: every attention is also paid to the health and morals of the The house la large and detached, with excellent play and pleasure Most respectable given. Letters will recelvehnroetnate attention, Adilreu to A. Z., at Mr. sta- tioner. 117. Fleet-street, where prcnpectiues may be obtained. GLOCESTER HOUSE, Wai CHIN'a SCHOOL will H E-OPEN on the in.tant. In this seminary young ladies are liberally boarded and mil rue ted in the English and French writing and history, geo- graphy, plain and fancy worft, at M per annum, with music, drawing, and use of Ihe M Latin, Italian, harp, and fingmgon the usual Heferrnceskindly permitted to Her. J. Upton. Dr.C'oUver, Clayton. Wai worth; Rev. J. Ivimey, Devonshire-street. Vuecn-squarvi Rev, J. D yer. Fun-court i E. Stemne. Camberwell; S. Large. Esq., Cork. Master of eminenceattcnd theestabluhmeui. N.B. There is a vacancy for an articled pupil for three yean. Premium 65 The young lady will receive the same advantages the regular and be prepared to insjruct in j school or private family. FV -aLj tcachen the ACADEMY, Yarm. Yorkshire, conducted by Mr. CLAIlKSOPt. and assisted by --------a of the lint eminence, youn, OENTLKME.V ate boarded. clothed, provided with every carefully and expeiliUously instructed in every branch of useful and pohleedncalion, at M Kuincas a year and upward., accnrdlne to ape. Varm U dellilhtfully situate, upon Ihe banVa of the river Teei, n remarkably healthy, and has reimlar communication with London aleatn packeta and coaches. Cards and further particuUra may be had at 227. Irxford-streel; the Portland hotel. Great Portland-itrectt 41. Pinsbury. of Mr. Harvey. NottiitK-hill. KensinKton; and of Mrs. Ciark- so.i, wholi In town, and attends daily, betwesn the hours of I! and alj. Mrs.C. takeaa limit, j number of y.ungladieaon thgapovg termi. AT A BOARDING SCHOOL, near London, pos- MtntnK very superior ihereaieTHUEEorKOUR VACANCIES for YOUNG (iKVTLKMKN. Tcrmi S2 per annum. The principal toafflrn.. that thercu no establishment within 10 of Luadon equal advantagva thereto for salubrity of Mtuatian. extent, eteffance, and ronvcnienca of play and pleasure fprounds. Hardens, ic.; loftether with domestic which are under the iinmedimte superintend- ence of the wife, who an affectionate rnother of an ex- teniive family, and pauu of education founded upon many years' ex- perience ID the prafeulon, and which cannot fail to ensure anxiety to impi-vye without! corpoi imenu Such confidence po.sv.uaed of satisfaction bdna so fully afforded, that Rentletnen are permitted to be taken from school. In should not be utisfied. roeraly by paying for the time they have been at the establishment. pro- irectus will be sent In answer to post pntd. to O.T., Mr. Cl, MaitinVlane, acre. AD aaststant wanted. ACADEMY.-Stoke NeW- faiittoii-road. S miles from Shoreditch church, for a limited Latin claulcJ. the French tautum ediatc asnstance rendered from Cape TOW.J. we were nabled lo send out a bower and bjeave th. ship __ romparativeljr little lojurr. I understand, on esseb had urotUMiad stnoe lowed the Master-Atundanl Sincapore briff. wa. rausw narrowlr Two Jreara when the Siocaponwaa wrecked. hat moat valuable officer. Lieutenant Baace. R, N.', Port whose prompt assbtanerb to be mainly altnbmed thepnaemt the wrote to Ilonbuivri on UM lutnea. ataiin. th. itT of tnseuins; arcp not within 18 bear I.' altar which the Mantr-Attendant'i ojrecuoni tnay beBl I feel assured. Sir. thai Jou win deem Ihissubject of toomuen r. S. I am now the beam- of er letttrto Horsburar. llbe flrsl 1 doubt not tnt-neceOTT altenOon copies of aworkonwtdcaUkfiiTtvUaat In the ftiture- laso jnatly ptaccd. YoaK, June AacUa-arrlTed ben from Lima, anccd a severe hunicane on the 7th btat.. in lat. ML lone. It. f .E.. and another from in which matt, sails. 4c. On BIh. Mio. tbm BMU tnwuiiMVumvwxllM1' maleai Lima, from HaTmnnahi Arethoaa. fkatntaanu loot) IfrtEmSl. 3lw ram St. MknaeTi: Cunrv, from Newfomndlancl: nd forPMd:
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