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   London Morning Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 29, 1852, London, Middlesex                                 mm  ïm  ¡'IUI. and 1 r.irKon^: • and had  iiiain h.\d ii bell partics •■lUtiotl of ttk« eould but hi^  ¡tiaiit hcLÜ lu HiiX'ly ,ck. Ti,c fuglit not  IIo.lcc-llt Kul lu  i i« Vcui.Cl  '(1  fo! lilf. fti Iho üv-  i'i, i.ii.sl-iihu wen-M,.: steine. : tiia- ije WIK- l.)I- i,c-"uuld |il;muiff •i„'lit il. a  iW,- .-mi tf  :u!- tue  i> ii'ii l.r tilO  • .'l.ll  ¡a,',,  'Ii  in NL  -M.  Ii  U Ii  >1.  .11,  AI;  idrJ ci.  o!  bül  : husbaiiC 'U-re al-o .'oi-ii wit-he die upoj.  anr: M; . Bon cr, iviji/'-o ]iii.sbiiiui r.  uaiid hci^in, Iii-ih. He slateJ upoü two wit-Jiead hm, ii) the servier )oscd to what tiortant period »use it was in ind ^cparated. stayiug at the 1 IbBt on the  THE MORNING CHRONICLE, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1852.  morniní; of the 2(i, whilst tliey were in bed, she told her ) were desirous of giving the prisoner an opporiutiity of re-husbftiui --i)" was goio^; to Sliefiield. He said sh'' had no oc- I paying them in acoordimce with Mr. Clnrkson's application, casion lo til) so. and she Bhould noi po. She replied that she Mr. Banieif, for lúa clients, said they approved of the  SPORTING.  had busiiics-, tlier.;, and should go. They tlu-n both t;ot out of bed, wlicii tlie husband turned angrily upon her, i:ra<;ped her b\ Iht front of the nock, and pressed the hack of tier neck over thi footboard of tlie bed. She showed Mr.s. Wood-head thu mariifi on each side of her neck, which Mrs, Rowley said were occasioned by lier husband. Tlie marks were red, her ihroai was swollen, and she seemed to have a difficulty in swallowing. Many of the altercations they had were respectinc money matters, and so on ; and Mrs. Shil-lito spoki- to "having seen the parties scuffling toge-thev twii^c ; tint she had frequently seen Mrs. Row-ley weeicii;; li-r iialf .-x day together ; and that her healtli ii'.ul sufftiied. In consequence of her indisposition, phe hivd lieen attended by Mr. Hussey, sur^o n, of London, and Air. Wilson (.»verend, surçeon, of Slieffield. The forme" ¡.'cntieinau had st-Ated that on hearing she was Feparatcii from lier husband, he at once felt hiinsedf en-iightetieii I- tu ttie cause of her illness, which, he had no doulil, h.i'-i been brought on by domestic discomiorts and anxiety. Mr, Overend's evidence was proci.sely to tlie same effect. Tiien as to the adultery, which was alleged to have taken piaje after the seiiaratioo, tiiere was a general charge as against ttie Imsband, and a specific charge ot an improper intimacy ivitli Ann Green, his liousekeeper. l)r. Addams, therefore, salmiitted that the case was complete, and that Mr'-, llinslev «as entitled to a sentence of diTorce.  Mr. Tr;ivi.- referred to one of the articles, in wliich it was .s!ie!,'e(i liia', whilst at the offiei, of Mr. Drabble, solicitor, Chi ^tt•rti' i(i, an altercation took place between the wife and tlip husband, -.vho put Idmself iiito a violent rage, and re-pe.-vteo'iy s:iu( i. lie was not to receive the income of (lis wife's property, and have the management of the estate, she should not make liis house her home. He culled her a fiend, a devil; all',;, taking up a ruler, he flourished it in her face, and swore "-lu- wanted her head knocked off. Mr, Drabble Tva.s a higiily-revpeetabie wiluess, and why had lie not been called': Tiie learned counse! submitted it whs for the other .^idt- t ' nriLe cut a case of cruelty and adultery, and he said he delied till 111 to do so. Mrs. Rowley wa« an irritable woinii'.i, ai.o her husband mi.'ht Irive held her by the arm.- to jjrev.,-:.: her intliciine vi._>ieni'.j u(>on him.  I'l, .Adii.itii- brielly replieti. contending that Mr-. Kowley hau cc.imok ; . IV made out her case.  The (_'l)a:ioel!in saiil he eertainly should not grant tlie jirayer tor stitutioii of conit'.gal rights, but he should take lime to eeui'-'.Jer thi other iiuestion.  I;...f,>re t!.e risiiiL' o! tiie Court, the Chancelior cave jiidi;-iiieiit !ui (ineiee. tm: on tlie ground of cruelly only, lie •»aid he siiottUi liiakv uu Order u- lu eosts.  I .N  Tn.  cur rie a; Ne Me  baiii--üf tin.  tree bai  ■ /;. •■.),•. M -. f ■jmmissiono- GofLHtrux.;  .'v.vo HHNÌU geìhìge ÌÌ I.V.ST.V.VLET.  ;¡e ..e-l e\iiin;nir. :ou meetin;;. Tne biinkrupts  ■ til • \teiisive bu-ilieSs a Poultry.  íi irt, lirotlier-. aecountant :. IT' sente 1 to the Court th-lirnpts' atl.iiis : —  i ,1.11.. 1, to Uct. 1;  suggestion, and the Other complainants readily adopted the same Tiew,  yir R. W. Garden then said : I adjourn this case until Wednesday, upon the understanding that security shall then be given by the prisoner for tue payment of the money advanced by these poor men within a month. It was evidently the intention of the prisoner to absent himself and  person, and I gire him to understand that the whole of the amonnt must he forthcoming at the appointed time.  The prisoner was then taken back to prison, and ordered to be brought up again on Wednesday next.  Jo/in Uaii'ù, a cab-driver, was brought ap before the  daring burglary at Messrs. Dcane, Dray, and Co.'s, jewellers, cutlers, and Sheffield manufacturers, of King William-street, London-bridge, when property of large amount was abstracted. There is every reason to beliere that the burglary was committed between one and two on Thursday morning, but it wa,i not discovered until seven, when, on the warehouse being opened by the party who had charge of the premises, it was found that they had been entered and plundered of watches, &e., to a considerable amount, k slight examination of the place showed that not the sHght-est precaution had been t iken in securing it from the attack of thieves. Apparently the entrance had been effected by one of the burglars mounting the shoulders of the other and getting on to the coping over the shop front. Accomplishing that, little difficulty would be experienced in walking along to the window in Arthur-street ; the window and a kind of wire blind offered but liitle obstacle to obtaining admittance. I5eiug prepared with lucifers, a light was quickly obtained, and a selection of the more valuable j)ortion ot the slock coimmenced. The circumstances which led to the apprehension of the prisoner are these :—  City poliee-oSicer, 556, said that on Thursday morning be-Lween hall-past one and two o'clock, he saw the prisoner standing on the curb of Arthur-street east, and by the side of a cab wiiich was drawn up to the pavement. He teok the precaution of takintr his number, and then desired him to drivt.' off. .Accompanied by a man, the prisoner jumped on the bn,\ and drove away.  Webb, the detectivi: officer, deposed that by knowing the number ot the cab, he was enabled to trace the prisoner to hi.s loiiiin»rs in the Old Kent-road, w tiere he found him in bed asleep. The prisoner admitted thai he was the man who drove the cab, but he knew nothing of any one else ; he had had u drop too much.  The Lord .Mayor said tiie circumstances were sufficient to justify him in remanding the prisoner uiitil Monday (ibis dayV The value of the property stolen aniounts to nearly £1,700.  HUNTIiNG APPOINTMENTS.  ST.^GHOrKDS.  chemists and diiigu'ists  ( jeorge-yani. Lom-followiim staleinent  £5,(11!  17 le  4i;  ( 11  IS lo e  i: w ¡  Wi  10  TiiC olh-'i.!  feet. i',1.  btiaii  chait  a pip  .M:  pio-e  Ol tiu lo till  jp',-. p.!  V -.-TKKL'  1, all'i L .-a witl;  . op 'i: v ;ulioii e:  I.  ,iiu traile i »Ith ti  -eli tiieir ¡ üin-i-,.  l,.Mo 1,134  :ur.  .\pres jf tli.  ii-i,,!; eli tlie!i.-el\ acculi Ills. -,  0 17 lo es per-  iid the  ■xaiLimations  POL II "E—AirKI>AT.  marlb0k01.GI1-STUEKT. —Ilcuri' Jchcvr Thosi was charged before Mr. Hardwick with obtaining money under fraudulent pretences from Mr. S.imuel Webb, music seller, 38. Sotio-square. The prisoner was at this court a few weeks ago upon a siiHilar charge, it appeared from Mr. Webb's evidence that the pri.soner was introduced to him about the .''ith instant by aMr. Bowdry, who sa,id he wanted to purchase a piano. The prisoner did purchase a [liano, which was to be paid for in casii, but he gave a bill for £47 i)S. at two nioutlif; instead. A few days after this, he called at .Mr, Webb's sh'.ip. and said he wanted some ca.sh. as he had been playing at cards with some noblemen,and had been very iinfortunale. The prisoner said he had plenty of security to give to anybody who would advance mouey. Prisoner then opened his pocket book and showed a number of Austriaii papers with suunps on them, winch he said were worth i'2UU each, and that his bankers would readily advance £101) on each of the bonds a-a security. and pressed witness to let iiiiii have .some casli on these securities. He told hiin he was not a money lender, and having no more money IQan be retpiired for his own business, he could not accammo-daie him. He toid him that ids '.witneiis'o) cou.sins in the City, Messrs. Venn and Sons, notaries, would know j tlie value o! the papers, and if prisoner would call ou Monday , he would eiideavour to see them and learn what they would advance on them ; and he asked prisoner to let hiui have uue oi tiie pajjer.-, to slioiv them. Prisoiier declined to do so. but be uave witness a memorandum of them, and said he could iiupiire what was tiie v.alue of such property. Witness was prevented going into the City as he had intended, and on the following .Monday prisoner called, and witness was chagrined at not having performed his promise, and told liini so. lie .said, " Have you any casli in the house?" Witness tuld him he had iiut ; bat lie pressed witness very mucii tu ¡end him ¿3 ' on the paper produced, which, he sail!. w as an Austrian bond, and tiiUt w itness could get £160 upon it oy going to No. 6, .\ngel-court. City, to Ids banker's. He left the paper, ;in(! witness advanced him five sovereigns, and gave iiiiii a cheoue for ¿125 on the Commercial Bank, Prisoner tn\i da) s afterwards called and said ho wanted £10 more, which he advanced him. He said the security was so valuable that witness u  HUNTIiNG APPOINTMENTS.  ST.^GHOrKDS.  person, and I gire him to understand that the whole of the amonnt must he forthcoming at the appointed time.  The prisoner was then taken back to prison, and ordered to be brought up again on Wednesday next.  Jo/in Uaii'ù, a cab-driver, was brought ap before the     Her Majesty's .....    .T-iesdav ....    . . Iver-heath.............    .11 0      Friday ....    ..Hawthorn-hill .........    .11 0      Cheltenham.......    . Wednesday    .. Colesbourne-inn .......    .00,          Fridav . .    . .Square Ditch-gate .....    . 0 0 i          Foxhouîtds.    1      Bedale ..........    . Wednesday    .. Newton-house.........    .10 30 1          Friday    ..Pepper-hall ...........    10 .SO 1      Cambridgeshire . . .    . Friday ....    . . Lonp; Stanton .........    .10 30      Carmarthenshire.. .    . Friday .. . .    . Trefgame-house.......    .10 0      Cheshire .........    . Wednesd.av    . . Black Dog, Saighton . . .    .10 30          Thursday "..    . .Gilstone ........    .10 30          Saturday ..    . . Aston-hill............    10 30      Cleveland .........    . Thursday . .    . .Osborne's Rush .......    10 30      Mr. Colyer's.......    .Tuesday....    . . Famingham-cross-roail .    . ù 0          Thursd"ay . .    . . Hop Pule .............    . 0 0          Saturday . .    .. Wrotham Royal Oak . . .    . 0 0      North Devon .....    .Tlvirsdav ..    .. Bratton-village ......    .10 30      South De\-on .....    Thursday ..    .. Brook, Berry.....    .11 0          Saturday ..    .. Waddeton Court.......    .11 e      Lord Elcho's.......    . Wednesday    . .Preston by Dunse.....    .10 30          Friday . . . .    .. Rifflngton............    . 10.30          Saturday    . .Oxenridge.............    .10 30      Mr. Furse's .......    . Friday ....    .. Reihen-bridge.........    .10 l,->      Mr. Garth's .......    . Wednesdav    .. Clerc-park.............    .10 30          I-Yidav . .".    . . Swallowfield-placc . ...    .10 30      Gwrtheyrn .......    .Tuesday . ...    . .Nutgeryd .............    . 'J 0          Fridav ....    . .Brynllywelyn ........    . it 0      Hambleiioii .......    . Friciay ...    . .Swanmore-house.......    .10 45      H. H..............    .Tuesday ....    . .West Tisted ...........    .10 45          Thursday . .    . Chilton Old-house .....    .10 45          Saturda}- . .    . .No .Mnn's-land.........    , 10 45      Hursley...........    . Friday .. . .    .. Rumsey-lodge.........    .10 45      Mr, Lyttk-lon's    .Tuesday ....    , . St. German's-beacon . . .    .10 30          Friday" ____    ..G!yn-lodge ...........    .10 30      Llaneliy...........    Wedne.sday    . . Pembrey-house .......    .11 0          Saturday .    . . Penlan ...............    .11 0      Ludlow ...........    . Tuesday....    . MocktreeHays.........    .10 30          Friday' .. , .    . . Briden-common .......    .10 30      Mr. Lubhingtoii's    .1'uesday . . . .    . Squirrels .............    .11 0          Fridav . , ..    . .Otterden-park........    .11 0      Mr. Luxton's .....    .Tuesil'ay____    . Moor-end,' Wembworthy    10 30          Fridav . . .    Broadwoodkellv .......    .10 30      Mr. Marshall's.....    .Thursday ..    . , Hradnev's-eonier, near              Dunsland ...........    . 10 30      New Forest .......    . Tuesday____    .. Telegraph.............    .10 30          Saturday    . . Hunter'a-iim .........    .10 30      South Oiford.shire .    .Tuesday". . .    ..Tetsworth ...........    .10 30          Fridav" . . . .    . . Stow-wood ..........    10 30      Mr. L. Phillips's . .    .Thursday ..    . . Woodstock ...........    .10 0      Raby ............    . Wednesday    . . Kininvey .............    .10 30          Friday . ". .    . Gatherly Moor-inn.....    .10 30      Sir Henry Scale'.'. . .    . Wednesday    . . Waleatoii-cross .......    .10 30          Saturdav    . Moriev Toll-bar .......    .10 3tì      Sinnington ......    .Tuesday . . . .    Oswaldkirk ...........    .10 30          Friday . . .    , .Tylas-bridi;e.......    .1« 30      Somerset and Wills.    Tuesday .    . Orcliedieigh-park    .10 .'50          Fridav . .    . . Viaduct.............    .10 30      Nonh Statfordsliire    Tuesday .. ..    . Loggerhead .........    10 30          Fridav . . . .    . Betlev ...............    .10 30      Mr. Trelawny's . .    Tuesday . . . .    . Tok-lie-moor-irate .....    .10 30          Saturday . .    . Flete We.slern-lodge . . .    . 10 30      Tivysidi-......    . . Thursiiay . .    . Cotidmore............    . 10 0      Tredegar .....    Wednesdav    . . Lanruinnv-lodge.......    U 30          Fridav ...    . .DutlVyn .".............    .11 30      Mr. Trevor's......    . , Wednesdav    . . Silsoe.................    10 30          Fridav .. ,    . Redbourn-conmion.....    .10 30      N. W. H........    . . Tuesiiay . . .    . .Miiiety-pound........    .10 45          'ITuirs-day . .    . Alvenscott-v-illaje ----    . 10 45          Saturday . .    . The Magpies..........    ,10 45      Mr. Vau-han's ....    . Saturdav . .    . .Meinigwynion.........    .11 0      Mr-. Whehle's ...    . .Tuesdav . .    Streetiy ".............    .11 0          Thursday . .    . Shinlleid Manor-house .    . 11 0          Fridav . . . .    , . Benhain-house .......    .11 0      .South Wilts ......    . . Wednesday    . Ciiitterne-bani .......    -11 0          FridHV    . .Thornhills, Grovely    .11 0      \^'yeside........    Tuesdav. ..    Penreholinow .........    .10 30          Fruliv' . ,    .. CaveiitH-mbach .......    10 30      Lord Lonsdale's .    , Tuesdav    . .The Hillocks........    .11 0          Saturday    . Chesham Bois-cinimoii    .11 0          H.yrkiehs.          Aikloii .........    . Thursday .    . .«uilton ... .......    . <( 0          Saturday    . Partoii ...........    . li 0      Carlisle ........    . .Tuesday____    . Red House, Kirklinlon    10 0          Fridav    . Golden Fleece .......    .10 0      Mr. Deacon's . .    . Wediiesday    . . Black-down..........    . e 0          Saturdav .    , . . Cadaford-bridge .......    , 0 0      Lord Loiisd.ile's .    . Friday . . . .    . . World's End.........    .12 0     I Castle Avo."?. By the Author of " Emilia Wyndham."— •  The popular author of " Emilia Wyndham" has just prcxviced a f  new work of fietioH, which, while rctanung the t-uthfulness ,and i  pathos which formed the charm of that admirable narrative, aims i  at a higher range of characters, coupled with incidents of a more '  romantic nature. Such is "Castle Avon," the last work of this 1  favourite writer, and in the character of Lady Aylmer the reader i  ■will find a source of interest as deep a.s he has ever drawn upon, i  while in the fashionable Mrs. Gorhambury, the aristocratic Lady ' Marian, the impulsive Philip Gorhambury, and his unprincipled father, he will rec<.>gnisc the extraoniinary talent in pourtraying human nature in its most striking a.spects that has so frequently exercised its salutary influence over him.  Hollowat's Pills, a.s extaaobdisiatir Remedy for Liver Complaints.—E.xtmct of a letter from Mr. Robert James, ot Tredegar, dated December 16,1851.—" To Professor Holloway : Sir — With gratitude I write to inform you of the wonderful cure your pills have effected on my daughter, who I'ad been iuffering from the enlargement of the liver, palpitation of the heart, ilropsy, an i a trouble-some cough. Her case wa-s given up by the medical attendants as hopele.ss. At this alarming crisis 1 was induced to try your pills, and aRer taking them it was astonishing t.j see how rapidly she regained her health. .She is now ¡lerfectly recovered and as well as a parent could desire."—Soldbyar.dru.;gist=, and at Professor Holloway's establishment, 244, dtrand, London.  SHIPPING.  f Health of Nov. are declared to  to li-ht  (i r a RA NT iN' E N O'J' 1C E.  Lisliu.v, Nov. 20.—By an order trulli the lioani 16, the pori.- of Paruibi Mid Kio Grande del Norl be free truiu iiifeetlon. --  Lo.Nbo.N, Nov. •i7.—Wind this da-,- L-t noon .S.W breeze, and fine clear dr\ wealher. 'Si.\ p.m., W.SW.  GKAVESEND, Nov. ¿S—Wind, S.S.W.--Arrived the Panther from Oster.d, Lioune from Gravelines, Fame from Calais. Seine from Boulogne, Magnet from Amsterdam, City of London from Dunkirk, Giraffe and Rhine from Rotterdam, Resistance from Gibraltar, Argo from Hunderwall, Cupid from Messina, Augustm from Finland, West ]>otliian and Queen from RiuGrande, Aiger, Oscar, Arthur, Nereid, Malabar,M5id Ilastings from Calcutta, De-  Victoria Regii  voiiiau and Sir John Beresford from Madras, Clio, Cato, and 1 be under no apprehension of ; Hornby from St. Vincent, Pauline Hongiitou from Mauri  .-Mr. M-  :di.'ate-hi!:,  vMt, a lobao'olo-', sijianioned before Mi.  HenrT,  in  •-hibilcd tor  [lie in bis iiLop v\ indow  su,5tainuig any Joss. When will,ess gave him the last sum, j tius, Pictura from Rotterdam, Florence from Smyrna, An-he asked iiini to give inni a memorandum to tlie effect that : dromache froni Geelong, Johanna Eliza, Patrick Henry, and witness would give u|i the alleged bond when he paid the : Franklin from Ne .vYork, Balmoral from China, Amelia from money on the following Saturday. Witness d.d so, but ou Malaga, Come!i;i from Sydney, Heinrich Wergerland from making inquiries afterwurds lie ascertained tluat the alleged ; Quebec, Soulh Durham from Taganrog, Solide from New  ee, and  oliioer-■ lliOeCi tt,. 1U| Ol ti .j. .1.-. L. X , ' ■ - e  luci) there was an indecent iliustiatioii. '11, the bairister, appeared t'l i.'oi.duct the the part oi tlie Society tor tin Suppress,oii ta'ieii that for some time pa-' the ,aiierition ^ oí tue society b ul lieuii freijiiently direeted 111 and liispu-l.ng picture-- wlucu v,ere di-pi.artd ill the siiop windows of  bond WL  w ori!  It wr  suuff-bo.\ ipparentiy  one 'J vi note-  rcsj^ectible tohaccoii  the üelendaiit\ windi in a cuiisiiicuous pi ti.'ures of L-<ia l oldh-es^ and uS'seeuity y decent I'lSser Oy . -M •  .-r  to -Ni  articu ag'Ut.-IllOOl.  Mi.  lo i;-- ¡  will., ailmo liiain.  ile i. ü I ! : oa spilli:.  e. Il lo- ■^óiui. No noli the pi  10 aito,  11 io -ta-*., o. .. ut  ■ 1 V. r I ; ; ini w 1  sin.  1- ai tue ■s a pi lie ;e, upuii aiid the ^h.ch was 'ntchurü, aòores-eii offei.sive be taken ti,e coin-  upon tue faith of the prisoner's representations that lie advanced him the inuney.  It was proved that on inquiry in Angei-court the answer Was that the bond was quite valueless, and the same answer was received at Messrs. Rothschild's.  Mr. Leivi-, who attended for the prisoner, said there was not sufficient evidence to sustain the cliarge.  .Mr. Hardvvick, however, remaudeJ him to Tuesday next without bail.  a-ed U', ue  a  ■toil ll  11,ll il  ,1111 to witiioraw 1!. , or proceeding'- wouid wiiatcver wa- taken o 0 <ritiniie'i to : i xbifu-.-;,:. \ lo a!'.011110,1 f'>r t!iedeleio;e, iicgged ■lore ihecase !,,riher proCeeiltd .'dialely oil the receipt of the letter tiio secretary of the society, ex-(iijie was nut instatitly withdraHn, opniar. to remove all artii'ies of an in-wa- i.jt aware unti' ii.earriva: o! the  oil tlie Cood\  A V, at the  HiU  II tv.  liie  •!■ JiC'Janiij, aged iil, and Kui tinally t.xamined iiefore ,Mr. Ljiig, i-liaige of stealiii - jew ederv, the jiroperty of Mrs. Anue ! II, re-iiiing al No. 12, Y-.rk-place, Portinan-si¡uare. T\ full report of the robber) appeared in this journal bef.'iiin!nL' of Ucu/oer, witii a description of the pro-¡ poriy stolen anil -ubsequently recoveretl. some parts pcrfect i and others broken uii. No frcsli evidence was outaineJ. . 'I'iie prisoners hati been a]ipreliended in Dublin, and brought  to England, i Mrs. Goo. : ¿Ü.IJU'J. i The íernal I eVidcHoe ag; 1 for trial.  York, Laura from Kunigsberg, Esther and Henrietta from Merwel, Longen from C'hristiania, Endeavour from St. Petersburg. Sailed the .Attwood, Batavier, Queen, Earl of Auckland, and Concordia for Rotterdam, Triton for (Jstend, Wilberf -rce for Hamburg, Flecha for Ghent, Menai for Calais, Baron Osy for Antwerp, Lord John Russell for Har-lioKCD, Albion for Boulogne, Waverley for Cape de \ erd, Maria Elizabeth fur Norwav, Ricliard and Ciara for Dram, Akathor for Norway, jjady Elizvbeth for the Azores, Apple-ton for Swansea, Rookery for Adelaiiie, Duchess of N'orth-uniberland foi- Hobart Toivr,, Lancashire for Newport, Dun-robin Castle for C.ilciitl.i.  vW.—.Vrrivfd the Ilia fr.,i.i Xew anil til,- N\ oodt>iiie from 7 le'oec. t liiiile-, h.is been driver, l^ek t.j a- al-o tile Achilles, bound for The I'hriiia, Cajitaln Parker, a LiuiT. from Cork lo I'.ristol, after y, li irln.: a \ery ¡leui'i' gale.  Ukist  Y...rk. tl The Kr Kiiigsr-' Swansea l.ariie ai  -tated that the property vvas v:  at  prisoner was d: list her, and tin  ,cbar¿ m.iie  ing no direct s coinniilted  ■Ol  Mí  3î: . '  liieh b^ o  clieii  1': r.  ■ hi  .e otTehli.l, i! a way : ^aid -a let: tilel tio -t.. dl-- U oI I  ,1! not been o pipe al the ■ together, ■r had certaii hlnoh- ba.i ; ■ontinue li.e  I th- hrs-  niori  I be who  -ved, tlie ■ck of Ih  shopiiia n ivindo;v,  C LE K K K.N w i; LL. — C v/Vi d i >.u ouiiL' man. was cliari'ed with  h, I'.h  wo,lid have loo . i.eeo given oí ibe p  !•!• s-.iClety's ageh , ¡ioi'ed „'rounils of defence. Hi  !Í:o wiliiiip to return his stuck of the I. -, to the ooii-ighor ill Vienna, and, s  y bi-eii received by ■•h I-sUo'i , ill wiiicil .le the Leda, but iihiiiUh'.cali.jn, util! -Iio.'e re. .rebase of ttie pipe vu -Cl lus. tor it, id hi-da and nd, secondiv,  -known  Ld. mere I' prisoner w  ■//-'¡n, a smart, genteel ig his employers, Messrs. ewellers, of "itì, Harrisou-  i. Nov. -2-fakoti f, za, hehi: I l.v stre^  with he ; first-el,i !ea\-iiig the former por; -liruhg a leak froio some ii fortunately eohfuie! lo the piihip.-^ iiavihi; Ijec-iiiie e'.iok. C.O'taiii Parker, K.N.. her f reaeheil 111 safetv, ai. l h;e- sli .Vo.VTKo.-i,, Nov. Ho.—'J'ili Newcastle, is -h shore oh tij wreck; master aod two im  \V.  -Wi  11 Messina to I he ■f wea-Uei  ,iils spdi. iron St I Wedi link!  til  retained for the ¡iro-  ïorkcd severa! years in , wlio had of late been  bnt than other en niytiiology,  Lire itself wa- loit more indei of till satiie incident in luaiti ,p. hl\- exhibited al the British Museum and t.oii-'ol w'jiks of art. Ue ccuitended that fhe Slave and tlie Vent  > ree I  oetion.  in .¡lies  e Won!  ¡K  .Mr. Ill  M:. L  .Mi neh',  il Olí  Hei.iy -. .alo! 1  would be open er, if hu- worshiji isinsiilered Ion canie under the fdii of Geo. IN ., Ili b-w to lìie decision, and give au lui-l,'- would ties, r exjjQ.se another of the kind  eroi his si.op-.  i.iii no I'.esitation m saying lha: the exposure openly in sliop-w iiidow.- was obscene ;..hd dis-ex'^reuie, and if called upon to do so, he was to ooliv.ct tiie liefeiidant. ibiiiitted that hi- ciietil li: .. from hi- Lhi:t;aii -lull estai) ■ohtiiiue t!,r s.ile of i!. w tre ino pio.- .óution. h said lia -'■■■h.ly would lu i.y \\ere giveh fi-r ihe fatui .  ■ ' w uhi riil'oiirn the sumn;  ■ mg ht once rc-shineiil, and the ■ for the  trroun  P  f.^ii  ;\or\ li  iT. th  -alil he  dliritv  old I h t  for tl.r-  ,1 nitlK:  Was <-!r  .adf to 1 ! w a-  .Mi.  lU  lU     Ulf-          Ci ; i -    el - wliic!.      0 ;    .V. lí«.^      le-'    : oí ilideci          1,1 delil          ew;ry ri_'      tilo    tloll betw      de-    ■„'hcd b\- i      Hi    -iiould g      bu'    with till-     11:  that t'.Hie aiivthiug of an  in- Jefei.iiaht'- .sbjp liC Would e niouitbs. Vf, ahotber ,igi-,i with b; t a;  ¡uoved tb.it 01 Compiali . St.ite bi ahii g.)  ch a! on  r defeiice as in the last c wa- ab-iird ami idle to coihji which were especially inte ri^s o" "  for two  iihieceni e o in 111 It  cconist, of 'l-.", New aviiig exbibi-ed an indecent bacco-stoppcr.  of tilt society's agr-ht-ed of, wbicli was ihe represen-niering on nudity, having on ,Mi, the latter being thrown -e suggested gross indecency,  i-t op a slim  s .111 it wa-I .'tiohs, 1 such wi  ,\ere rather sujgestive  a tnislai;-, to supj'-ose that nakedness was tin icy. But it wa- neither necessary nor conve-t'be limits of sucb things in a crowded court ; t-!iiinded person needed not be told the dis en a graceful and beautiful statue and a figure s attire and attitude for an offen.ive purpose, nt tile same indulgence in this oa-e as the last aiiic ininishraent if the offence were rei i.a-.ed— moiitiis' imprisonmotr ne fiirtlicr d  Hunt and R-iskell, the w street, tiray's-inn-road,  Mr. Wakcling, the solicitor, was fieoiitioth  Tiie prisoner and his father had the maiiuiactory of the prosecutor.-iiluiidered to such an extent that they deemed it prudent to Seek the advice of Sergeant Siiiilh, the detective otficer of tiie E division, aiul that officer took the prisoner into custody, w ith [10 and li.i petitiy weights cd silver in his posse.5-sion belonging to .Messr.-". Hunt and Roskell, as he was leaving their premise-. The accused at once voluntariiy and freely confessed his guilt, admitting that he alone was implicaled in the robberies on tlie firm receiUlv, aud that the silver be liad stolen he had sold to Mr. Holmes, of S'JI, High Hoiliorn, tin, !a-,t sale being to the amount of £5. There Were, however, some very remarkable features in the affair, which .Mr. Holmes wa- bound to explain, the prisoner asserting that, ou one occasion, he received only 12s. oil. for S oz. of silver, worth 5s. 3d. per ounce ; and al another time 7s. till, for 4V-) 0/,. of the same metal. The silver found ou the prisoner was produced. There was oue ingot—the rest wa- from one lucli to four inches in size.  Mr. Holmes was examined i He said he had made pur-I'ha-es of silver from the prisoner to the amount of about and he paid him at tiie rate of 4s., -is. od., aud 4s. 6d. an ounce, anil never less.  Mr. Tyrsvhitt sevtrely censured him for Ijuying at all from such a youni; man. It was artfully dangerous facility to work the destruction of youth, and he must say that Mr, Holmes did nrd stand in an enviable situation.  .Mr, Wakel'.ng observed, that there were many eircum-slancf-s yet to be considered lieiore the prisoner was finally coinmitted, and he piayed thai he be remanded.  Mr. T.\ rrwiit agreed, and ordered li.e prisoner lo s' iHitted on tile charge, and to be brouiriit 1 .efore h n,.-\t week.  peri.shei Dr.oo bkerrie: E.uno ih Cani f''oH-K  : arc reported Lo h:  l!Klh-\  is oh -OK, XoV avon Ca V, Nov.  N.  broUL'ht in, lia  . 20.—The . ■c h(-re ; crrt Tlie Alla assi,laiK:e ):; -The iy.!.n l.ceh lallen  jN.ü cause, Vilich, however, WX-, re water-tight departnienr. The iv tile co.ds w.ishifil,' ihl-i iliehi, I'h 1er, run for .Milford, w Inch he rnved in Bristol.  v-iur, of .iiid f'lr this por! from ha-' S.ihd, and cxnect. d ii ije a :rh-ard.' Tlirec other .md all iiah'l-, to ii.ive  f and fr-ir. I'clf.ist for  W.,-Ì!CÌ  ant-  Vales for Llvei-]"-..•ht to li.-r. ma, of Loiid^n, olf the Uz-ird, I  hdo  ihk  eel) led.  l!Klh-\  is oh -OK, XoV avon Ca V, Nov.  broUL'ht in, lia  Vales for Llvei-]"-..•ht to li.-r. ma, of Loiid^n, olf the Uz-ird, I  hdo  eel) led.     with ■> feet of water in hi        , ahd lo..    - of sa    als.                  B.v.s-trv, No\. i'o.—Ti    le Svvu    h, of Ba    Itimor    e, fr.    jhi C    'ói-k    f.,r Ibi,      port, is oh shore, and co    ',ervd    at hi-_--ii '    ■valer.                      Pk.-NV..a,N"i f., Nov. '2,").--    Will,!    S.S.W.,    stron¡    g irai    e.—,    Ai-rh    .-ci the      Sojjhia from I'.a.igohia    and    Monte    Video    , lo-        aiui    Ih Lidi      strained.                                  Poi'.rs.Mot-tii, Nov. 2i,    .—The    Aiiiitv,    fr. lin    Han    liepo    -.il f.    r Brid-      port, IS oh the .-hoai rie.    ir Chii.    il.erlahd    Fort,    ami    is fh    .11 of    w-ater ;      ere« .saved. 20. —Wind    S.W.,    blowiii-    hard.    —.Vi    ■rive.    1 Ih.    Hebe      from Montrose for C-irnn    irlh. h,    leil v.                         Lr.ihLi.Noio.v, Nov. 'io. ."Tile 1 »-.borhi., from 3e,a!i.uii for Col-chest.er, i.- on shore, am! will jirohahly lie a wreck.  Blvti), N(.i\'. 2!;.—The Ilohour, of liiis ¡,011, is 011 shore, au,! expected to heconie a wreck.  GliiK.\l.T.\K, No',. 17.—The Parana, from Ha-,ar,a f.,r Tritate, went on siiore on the lòth in.,t., was a.s--isted -ti' leaky, and will probably have to Iraiisiiip her ciu-.'o.  Pooi.E. Nov. 26.—The Lemuel, of Crisiol, from rortsnioiiUi, is on shore in Studland Bav, and 1.-^ not likelv to he got oil'.  W.i.i.NM,KHT, Nov. 2u.—The Laforrc, frotii StL.ckholiii for France, ha.-, come on .-.liore al Sutton, witli 6 feet of water in her hold.  .M.-\kg.\tk, Nov. 2C.—¿olile wreck, a plank marked " (-'hase," and a im ce of inalio;.'ah\ marked " William Edwards," have been picked up otrthe Kcuti>!i Kicck, and brought in here. The Neath Caslle, from Chester for London, has been assisted off Foreness Rock, very leaky.  Sr. Ao:;es, No\'. 2-Ò.—The Willlaiu from Llaneliy, wa-dri-,en ^'iishore, crew saveii.  Oi-OhTO, Nov, li.—The Aurora, fi rock ih conniig in 011 the lUh Nov saved.  and Thomas, of lUid for Uayle, hd has become a total wreck  ¡1 St. i:iies. struck and Went to piece:  jpon a ; crc'.v  uid com-rn a:;ain  Til  tinfortunate youii: .^rade i position.  mat;  .III  a to It  ver-»  acute  IJJNDON MA .SATCRPAV.  re sudi .'d. to be rt as Power's Creek Slave and  ,f  ino'  .iestv than the re  ,h  U  10.. till 0(1 to pay  -101 tiri  .Mr. Goode was ordered to e of the pipes ; and Mr. Old-i. Both the defendants lo  Hid  -tn  Iio!a-rt W.  Mr. Clai prisoner, p'.ainants, n.. tic- -room.  Mi, Ciarks ihoujht M coul^i f-oUe  (J.'jv^c Thorupmu of Riciies-t who was some time ago committed uii-e.-^^cf in default of the payment of a sum •b 1,0 had received as passage money from an ■■■anrto Australia, was brought up by /¡(/'na,^ ori-on, for the purpose of being charged with ud with otiiers to defr.\ud several other per-p c.a iiiiii the passage money. Alderman Sir  rdcii iircsidcd.  h, ins'ructed bv Mr. Holder, attended for tlic . Daniels attended for eiglit or ten of the com-• aiq^eaveJ in considerable numbers in the jus-  NEWi  Tiiu-  killed  I life •rune  Ml  Ila  th.  lied 2d Heel. 2  tit  i-Uh try  lehiand hand  as Od; ÍJs Od ;  ditti  Id IC  Tie  1,  liad a sugge.stion to make which he „..„ likely to bo palatable to the complainants, who 'rcallv expect nothing from the prosecution of the pri-wha'tcver might be the result of the prosecution, but •i c <'-'itlUcition to be derived from the infliction of puuish-mein upon an unfortunate gentleman, who had been himself d-ceired bv those for whom he had .acted as agent. It would be ill Mr, Thompson's power to pay the whole of the amonnts h- had received as passage money in the course of a month .-lud f e would by Wednesday next be able to procure good ,^eet:rity for the payment of the various sums Within that  '' Si'i-'k yv "ardeii said the le,nrned counsel was in error iu -•at-ne that'the prisoner had been at all the victim of others. It i adbi cii denied iipou oath that the persons for whom tl e i.risonor stated he had been acting in procunntr passengers bad rv ceived to the amount of one shiiling from him. v.- the most earnest wish of the bench to do what was '.as-e to sfrv,' the interests of the poor man  ioh I'uu  ATE AND LEA DEN HALL.  nioucrati .-ufply of '■otii towr, ;inii  -r ill,irk, t.- duri'h- tin- week. The Ihe .Multoh aiivkhceii 2d, whiie oil th  0 -hi per stone of i^ihs.  , f,il lo 2s Sd ; iniddiiiiir ditto, 'is luJ tc  1 lo 3,--id ; ditto superior small, 3s -4d t sd ; inferior .Mutton. 2s lod to 3s Od; middling  i t.i a- .!.! ; prime ditto, 3s lot to 4-Oil ; lar-e Pork, ■M ; shiall dill ■., 3- lOd to per slh- !>\ the carc.ise. WHITECHAPEL.  I- a .,"01! i.upp!y of excelltnl Meat at tliis market to-day, k tlen.aia! at the f..llowing rates: —  f froh! 2s Gd to 3s 2d, inferior ditt., 1- lud to 2s tld, hest od to 4- hd, inferior ditto '2.- lOd t- 3- 4o, Veal 3s 'id lo k lis oJ t'.. 4s 2il i>cr Slbs by the carca-se.  HAY MARKETS.  •,'.—New .Me,ado\v Hay, USs to 72s; old ditto, 7Cs to Clovel-, 7,"is to iC'.- ■ old ditto, S4s to t'Os ; Wheat to 32s ¡>er load of 3() trusses. SMiTuriKLii.—Hue U(iland Meadow and Rye Grass Hay, 7Ss to ,sO.- : inferior ditto, ti.'ii! to 70.-i superior Clover, DS-i lo i>, iii'erior ditio. 70> to 7r>s ; Straw, WiiiTKriiAi'Ki..—Ti.ere wa- an to-da\-, ami a fair ileiiiaiid, a! the followhi^' qiiotations :—Old Ilav from ■70s to to-; iiew ditto, (;.js to 70s; old Clover, '¿Os tj 100s inferior ilitto, Of,s to sOs ; Straw, '2,5? to 30s per load.  ,'iier Dove, of ilrixhaiu suhsequently went oh  dr.  til  d—111 ister and eounts from Keval, .■11 lost ; iiiaslcr aiiL  wai abari-.shore, and mari saved, the .Martin tiiree men  , lies:  3 E.  -, Sir , of a  idy of  BIRTHS.  On the 23d inst., at the residence of her father, itio R George Stracey, Bart,, the wife of B. A. Macpherson, Esq daughter, still-born.  On the 23d inst., at the rectory. Alburgh, Norfolk, the the Rev. ,T. A. Coorabe, of a daughter.  On the 23d inst., at Edinburgh, the wife of Captain L. Mac'i'ieer,, Madras .^rray, of a daughter.  On the 2-tth inst., at Kildeney Glel>c, near Ballyshannr.n, the wife of Captain R. A. Logan, her Majesty's 57th "Regiment, cif a son.  On the 22d inst., at Washington Rectory, the wife of the Hon. and Rsv. L. W. Denman, of a daughter.  On the 23(1 inst., at Roker, the wife of William Stohart, Esq., of a son,  Ou the 23d inst., at Westhorpe, Suffolk, the wife of tae Rev. John P. Sill, of a son.  On the -Zoth inst., at Turnford, Herts, Mrs. Alfred Wilio igtihy, of a daughter.  On the 2,'ith inst., at Lambeth, .Mrs. Henry John Tlunt, of a -on.  Ou the 25th inst., in Montague-place, Russell-square, -Mrs. Joseph Aldridge, of a daughter.  Ou the 2.sth inst., at 23, Edith Villa.«, North-end, Falham, the wife of Frederick James Smith, Esq., harris'er-at-law, of a dauLfiiter.  On the 2(jth mst., at the Rylands, Norwo»d, Mrs. Charle.- J. Loaf, of a sou.  On the 26th inst., at 13, Cambridge-terrace, Hyde Park, li.e w ife of James Carson, Esq., of a son.  MARRIED.  On the 23(1 inst., at St. Michael's Church, Oxford, Mr. W. pick-son, of the E.xeter-hall Hotel, Strand, to Emily, fourth daughter of .Mr. W. Faichen, of Rariiard-gate.  On the 2'2d in-st., at Llandissilio, James Propert AViHiam.s, E.sq., St. Da\ id's College, Lampeter, to Elizabeth, eldest daugiitei of tiie Rev. T. Harries, Bryndyssil, Pembrokeshire.  On the 23d mst.," at Frittoli. Norfolk, J. T. Hastings, E^q., of IyOiig!iai)i-hall, to Mi«s Drake, niece of Ü. Drake, Esq., of the former place.  On the •25th inst., at Kirkby Thore, John Inaledew, E-sq., of Low-Abbey, to Isabella, only daughter of the late William Àtk.nson, Esq., solicitur, Applebv.  On the 2ülh inst , at Petersfield, J C. Shebbearo, Esq., of ]ia.singstoke, to Margaret, se-ond daughter of James Whicher, Esq., Petersfield, and graiid-daug'hter of the late General charles Norris Cookson,  On the 23th inst., at No. 1, Douue-terrace, Edinburir'a, by the Right Rev. Bishop Terrot, Frederick Lehmanii, Eiq-, to Jane, eldest daughter of Robert Chambers, Esq.  (Jn the 25th inst., at Eecles, near Manchester, Da\ i.l, son of Robert Thoin, Esq., of Glasgow, to Emma Jane, seoiiJ di-.iii.'-hter uf Aldcroft Phillips, Esq., of Pendleton.  On llie 23<1 inst., at Monkstown Church, Maxwell Close, K.-ij., eldest son of Colonel Close, of Drumbanagher, c unty --Vriiiagii, to Catherine, daughter of H. Close, Esq., of Newtown Park, county Dublin.  On the 24th inst., at Carnew, county "Wicklcw, Samuel Har.iia, Esq., of Belfast, to Margaret Alicia, eldest daughter of Win. Cieii-dirinen, Esq., M.D., of Carnew.  (Jii the 24th inst., at the Cluu Church, Shropshire, ti;-j Kcv. J. W. Irwm, curate of Raymockv, county Donegal, to Fiorine, on v daughter of the late Re\'. John Griffiths Lloyd, ofTrowscoed Hal!. Monigonieryshire, and sister of Major Herbert Edwardes, C.B., of the Bengal Army.  On the 24th inst., al Edenfield Church, Lancashire, William John, elde.st son of Joseph Porrilt, Esq., Green Mount, Stuhbin.^ Vale, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Thomas .\ilkeh, Esq., Saint Mary'a-place, Bury, late of Chatterton Hou.se, E.ientield.  On the 30th of June, at St. Peter's Church, East Maitland, New-South Wales, by the Richt Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newcastle, .Arthur Edward, fourth son of the Rev. Tuwnsheiid Selwyn, canon of Gloucester, tu Ruse Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the Kev. G. K. Ru.sden, M.A.  On the leth iii-st., at Aberford, VurkshlrH, the Rev. Charles PiLiie Eden, vicar of Aberfonl, and late Fellosr uf (iriei Coiiege, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Rev. J. Land,.ih, -, icar of Aberford.  On the 23d inst., at St. John's District Church, Hollou:,.y, Ferdinand Henry Bowen, E.sq , of New Urleans, North .\mcriia, to .Martha, secoud surviving daughter of the late J. La-veiidei, Esq., uf Rupley.  On tiie 25th mst., at .-VII Saints', Edmonton, Sani[>sori Hanhur;,, Esq., of Rosemerryn, near Falmouth, second sun of D.i.iei Hell Hanbury, Esq,, of Ciaphain, Surrey, to Emily, eldest daugliter of It. Booth Smith, Esq., of Huxley, Ediuontou.  Oil the'20111 inst., at Eastbourne, Henry .-Alfred Pitman, E.-q., M.D., of .Monla:,'-ue-jdace, Riissell-square, lo France.^, only oaiigli-ter of Thomas Wildmaii, E.sq., of Eastbuur>ie.  DIED,  On tliB 7th of October, al San Francisco, Jacob Franz ."-thihitz, Esq., in his ¿1st \ ear, of ty|ihus fever.  On the 2titl) mst,, deeply regretted, after a short illhess, Tiil-ic.is Moseley, Esq., 13, Bedford-street, Coveiit-garden, and 3, Gr-j-e-hill, Caniberwell, in the 47th year of his age.  Ou the 8th August, drowned accidentally, otf the coa.st of itodc-riguei, ou his return to En^'land, Malduii .-Vrude:-, liie eldest -,ur-viviny- son of the Rev. Salisbury Dumi, M.A., St. Johi.'^ Collet;-;, Cambridif-.  At Percothan House, St. Merryn, Cornwall, Lieut. Thomas Dun-staii, R.N , ajied 5il years.  Un the 1st inst., near Sherbrooke, Uiiper Canada, of paralysis, George Clarke Rosa, E.sq., of Culgruif, Kirkcudbrigiitshire.  Ou the 24lh inst., at 2^5, iloray-place, Edinburgh, .Jane Piavfair, relict of Patrick Playfair, Esq., of Dalnaniock.  Un tile 21st inst., at Waterloo Villa, Siltin^bourne, Grace, f urth daughter uf T. Alexander, Ksij , late uf the isle of Fi ance.  Un the 14lh of August la^t, at .Melbourne, Ausirali,i, Heiir-.-Saiiiuel Foley, Emj., second sun of the late Herbert I-'oley, F.-o.., of Hldgw-uy, Pembrokeshire.  Un the 24th inst., at ids residence. Park House, Edgia.,t. h. P,ir-min-ghaiu, a^^ed 02 years, .John Puinfrey, Esq., late of Droir,M.:ii.  un the 19th ihst", at Moiiktoii Manse, (icorgc King Hei:ders,ii, aged 20 years, third son of Dr. J. Henderson, of her Majesty's 3d Light Dragoons.  Un Ihe 2òth inst., at his residence, Maiistielil HoUse, Ar i'.vick, Manchester, Alexander H. Kelly, Esq.  On (he 21st mst , at'J'cnhy, .aged 2S years, -Mary Ahhe, elde.-t daughter of the late Maj.ir .loiiii Cordon Rurisoii, of the I3;i. Kc,d-mciit Madra.- Native liifantr\-, graiidd-iUirhter of the late Re', .,1. Edward Hu-lies. formerly Rector ofTenliy .  Un the 17lh inst., at Tenby, au'ed riO years, Emiia So|  I  Mutt.-h 4s Od, I  Ponx} ,s-!s : 111 Stra\»,  lie  i-if to 23s per load of 36 trusses, excelient supply at th's market  LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, Nov. 27.  The s;,!.. - of Cotton to-day are estiiiiateil at 7,000 b.ale.s, 2,000 being tiikeii on speculation. The sales comprise ,">00 I'eniham and Maraiihatn, CH.d to 7'.4ii ; 2.50 Bahia, (i^^d to G'pd ; 100 Egy-{ tian, ti3,jd to »i-d ; SO brisker to-da.v, and lar  past few- days". The market closed heavil.v, but w ith more tone and evenness uf prices, which have undergone iio change since ycs-ttrdav.  Sr. L'uks, Nov. lu.—The sell-dolled at Slhes, durinu' the t;a!c lir.'ke up ; in.ite and lv,-o -came  Si. pKTi.iisih ho, Nov. 10. —I Luther, bi.uud for London, ha drowneii.  AMsThiU'-Ol, No\-. 25.—The .Ahiiechin.i Johanna, from I for Konie^l-crg, wa.-abandoned, 17lh in.-l., lat. do N., loii_-in a sinking' state ; crew saved.  IsJ..\v, Sfh-T. 7- —Oh t!ie 2;id Aiu'ust iivst, Captain .Muller, of tlie Expedition, (sf Koni..'sl.ur_-, w-iiicl. lelt Aniweri) 011 ilie lotli .March for Cidlfoi-e.i.o hoarded tli- Catherina of Hamburg armed here, and he reported that bcinii in a bay- in the Straits of .Ma^icHan, he saw ai; Kiiidish liaro.uc of the name of Florestih, w-!:i:-h had been attackeii b;, the natives, the 111.ister hanged, and the i-rew carried iht" the interior. This inf-■riiiatloii Captidn Muller obtained ironi letter- nailed under the leather to a larj;e idank. He anchored ir. the b-ay, and took se\-eral barrels of beans and flour, some timber, and small square slabs of marble from the vessel. There  was no one c-n board. --  MAILS.  Arkivk.! : Dublin, 2 ; Guenisev and Jersey, 1 France, ,'! ; Lisbon. 1. DfE : Cape of Good Hope fviii SouthaniploiO. Dec. '28; Pacific, Dec. 1; West .Mexico. Dec. ] : Havana, Dec. 1 ; Brazils, Dt States, Dec. 1, -  LIVERPOOL, Nov. 27.  AiiRivrio-The Monarch from Cn.llao, John S. Harris from Now OrleaiH, Fanny from .Alexandria, .Alley from Bahia, Robin Gray from iliweii', Bellona from M.aranham, Diligence from Havre, Celina from Uhi Cahabar, Elizalieth Bruce from Mobile, Saranak from Ph.iladelphia, Susquehana from Ne->v York, Parliament from Boston, Nia-ara from Montreal, Jane from Quebec, Conte Wal-densteihf from .-Vlexandria, .\talanta from Bordeaux, Themis from St. Petersburi: Arabian (steam ship) from Glasirow, Mary Pleas,ants from Philadelphia.  S.Mi.K!),—Tlie Niagara fsteamcr) for Bo.ston and Halifax.  Tile Ebba Brahe, which sailed from this port on the morning of the ■25th for Mobüe, has put inick with loss of bowsprit, head, cutwater. (kc., having been in eontact-with the Swedish brig Elizabeth, frnia China for Liverpool, otf the Skerries, on the niftht of the 25lh. The captain and nine (.f the crew of the Elizabeth jumped on board the Ebba Brahe, the mate and one man remaining on board the Elizabeth, which wa.s sc-en afloat an hour afterwards, but  ; FLander.s, 1 ; , Dec. 12 ; India Indie-, Dec. 1 ; c. 12 ; Cniled  w idow- of the late Vicesimus Hale, Esq., Judge and Criniiia.i at Rutnag'hrerv, East Indies.  Un the 25th ìiist., aficd 41), Hannah, the wife of the Kev. U Keinp Bailev, M.A., Incumbont of St. Paul's, Huil, aiid >n!v of .Mr. Adi» Wiiiiam.-J, of O.'d'ord.  On tlie 17ih of June, al Hobarl Town, Dorali, w ite ■.■f Saih Ivingsley, E.sq., and daughler of the Late Wm. Maunseil, E Ca-slle-park, Limerick.  Un the 21st inst., ¿1 Canterbury, Christiana, the ^vife of ù, W. Tempie, Rector of St. Alphage and St. Mary Noriii;:atL-¿4 years.  (jn the Islhinsi., al Teirmiiouth, after a few hour.s' i Martha, rclict et" the late'John Hatherley, Esq., Devon.  On the 20ih inst., atred '29, James, the fourth Sol: Richard Inman, rector of Todwick.  Un the 23d mst., at lirighton, John Bonhote, E. Southw-ick-street, Hyde-parW, in the 75lh ycar of his  tm the 23d inst., a"t Chelsea, Henry .Alexander Reid, -cld-osl of IL A. Reid, Esq., aged 12 years and (im'iiiths.  Un the 2ith inst., at Clifton, in the .sSth year of her ag-:-, F beth Rand, relict of the late Thomas Theoi>hilus Cock," E.sq Messili;;, Essex.  On the 24th iii»t., Benjamin Lyon, Esq., after a short l-.u se illiiess.  Un the 25th inst., at Brompton, in iho 54th year of hi-GeorgeStow-, Esq., of the General Post-otficc.  Uii the ■2oih inst., at Clifton, Margaret Francés, second .--jr-, i daughter of the Rev. W. Knight, rector of St. Michatil's. Bri-  On the 25th inst., at Southsea, .Mary Anne, wife of Cantai Byug, R.N., in the 34lh vear of ber acc.  Hai, ) -ùd.:  .-liard sl.^ter  .ci P,.  b, of  Flshwiek, ti:. ReV.  ,q., ot ejiper  of  ■m:; , ,1  HIGH VV.ATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE THIS DAY. Mornins;......21 min. past 3. ¡ Afternoon . . . .3S min. pa-t 3.  (V  Second Edition.—Just published, Svo., in cloth, price 5.-: , by p-'st  N TRUE and FALSfi' SPERMATORRIKEA ;  ilb the View- to the Correction of wide-spread Error., in relation to the Tre:diiicnt and Cure of Sufferers from Debility of the Generative Svsteui, or Sexual Hvpf-iihondriasis. Trandated from the German of Dr. PICKFORD.  '' We promised m a former number that >ve would recur to this Work, in order to exhibit its aim more clearly. The aotiior lashes ■,\ith i;reat severity the impostors who make a liveliiiood by pr-ay-ing ou Ihe credulity of the public. 'The tribe of ' Quiet Sympathisers,' and ' Medical Friends,' are mercilessly exposed ; an.l if this book eould find its w-ay into the hands of those who sutfer from the complaint of '.vhich it treats, w-e are satisfied that many hundreds would be saved much needless sutiering of body and mind, and what is of le.ss importance, though it is t>.at w-hich the quacks most prize—much money......This volume is well calculated to put an end to the empirical system of treating Spi-nna-torrh«a, and to place the treatment upon a more rational and physiological basis. It is, therefore, likely to do nmch '.- od."— Medical Circular, June 1(3, 1852.  H. Bailliere, 210, Fvegent-street.  .ly assistance. The Hartley, for  ■,-er lots have been taken than during the ^ -^Ip^ra'^o, has also put back..  The Royal Exuib-iTion small Glass for the wastcoat-  ----------------------' ixicket, at S. and B. Solomons', opticians, 39, Albeniarle-street,  M \\'Ci4E^TER CORN M-\RKET Nev 27 : Piccadilly ; observe, c ppoiite tlio York Hotel.—A valuable newly-  tViih c,;iS.rnce ohheEvam Iji" d''i watsteoat-pocket glass, the size of a  the trade here both Flour and Oatmeal have met a free sale dur- . ^^^ »  ing tlirweekat grailuallv improving prict-s. At our market this nvceco-orse at tlie  , oniin-^r -Tdranced Idto-'d oerfolbs Flour was in steadvde- ; Opera-hot^s. 'country scenery, and ships are clearly seen at 12 to  _ , and tb c double stars; with the same telescope can be seen a per-  „^ ^ mi-iit, -.-u ' fo'-'"" countenance three and a half miles distant, and an object  The County CorUTS.—Two bills have just been n---,,,! sixteen to twenty u-dle^. They supersede every other kind for printed b'l' order of the House of Lords, brought forward by , 'nie waistcoat pocket, and arc of larger and all sizes with. incre.osiHg Lord Brougham, to give more business to the county courts- powers accordingly. Opera and Race-course Gh^ssc?, with wonder-The obiect is to facilitale proceedings in Chancery, and to powers. Newly-invented preservung Spectacle Lenses ; imme-ine ODjLci 1 lu ue t „rnePPdini.= One is Jiately tbev are placed before imperfect vision ev.ry object appears  lessen the J'^pense^ of ^ such A dear and distinct, the most aged defective sight is brought to its  vouthful, natural, and original state. The invisible Org-.\nie Vi  Harwich docks and pie R.— | thom,orto advan.^ and lend money upon mortffageor othcrwi-se for  Reclamation of Land on River St-our, and power to enter purpose. 17. To incorporate a company or .society, to be called  into arrangements with the Harwich Corporation and the Exstcrn | ihe Westminster Improvement A.ssociation, for improving the Union snd Eastern Counties Railwav Companies.—Notice is hereby dweimvgs of the workmp classes," or by such other name as shall i'lven, that it is intended to .APPLY to Parliament in the Se.s3!o!i agreed upon, .mrt to empower such companv or .society to erect of 1853, for leave to bring in a BILL to incorporate a Company, , and provide ""I^oved dwellings for the working classes' withiu andtOfrivetosuchCoinpanvpowertomako.andmaintainallorsome 1 tne saia several before-mentionod parishes, or either of them, ami of the following, amongst other works, in the .several parishes of St. ■ eonler upon such company or society the requisite and" nece.-i-Nicholas Harwich, Dovereourt, and Ramsav, in the countv of ; powers for the compulsory purchiuse of Lands and.houses, for Essex;—1. To reclaim from the sea, drain, embank, and endose i raising and Ixirrowmg money, and senerally for ean-ymg otit such all or some part of the .siob or mud lands on the River Stour, be- j last-mentioned purpose, and to enable the said We.^tminster Im-tween Ramsay Rav, otherwise Rav Island, in the s,iid parish of provement l.oramis,siotiers, and all other persons, bodies oolitic or R'.uus.ay, and that part of the town of Harwich which is called 1 corjiorate, to contribute towards the funds of such comnany ,->r Bath .Side, which said lands are in the before-mentioned ' society, or to Uko and hold shares therein, and also to p.arishes. 2. To make and maintain in the s.aid parishes of I . .said company or society to levy, charse,  St. Nichol.as H.arwich, and Dovereourt, or in one of them, rents and charges in respect of such dwelling's,  a pier or jetty (with all nece.s.sarv works and conveniences) ' «\tice is hereby .urthergn-en thatduplirate plans and sec into the said harbour from the \said reclaimed land, a', a I'•'^scnbing the line of the said intended streets, and tiie wiaeningis Tioint about two furlongs north-west of the said aath-side improvenuuit.s of other streets heremhefore described, and  battery. 3, To form a tidal ha.sin in, adjoinin«?, or next to the said reclaimed land, and near and o[iposite to the Balh-side battery at Harwich, aud for that ¡lurposc to make such excavations, and to construct such works in the harbour at Harwich, and the foreshore thereof, a-i may bo necessary. 4. To construct iu the said parishes of St. Nicholas Harwich, and Dovereourt, a dock or docks on part of the s,-iid lands so t« be reclaimed, with eutrances from the said dock or ilocks into the before-mentioned tidal ba^iii, and also to construct all necessary quays, piers, graving doeks, bridges, basins, slips, yards, wharfs, warehouses, buildings, and other works and conveniences in connection with s-.ich dock or «locks. 5. To alter, divert, and stop up all such streams, dniins, and cuts (particularly a certain stream called Ramsay River, and the outlet thereof into the River Stour, and also a certain cut called Pattrick's Gat), which may be required to bo altered, or diverted, or slopped up in the construction ofthe hefore-mentioned works, or any of tiiem. .-\.iid it is intendeil by thesaidbill tovestthe before-mentioned lands, when reclaimed, in the .said Company, to enable them to purchase lands and other property liy compulsion ; to alter, vary, and extinguish all existing rights and privile|.res in an,d over such lands and other property, and in and over tlie foreshore of the said harbour or the said river, which would m any manner interfere with the objects aforesaid, or any of them, ami to levy tolls, rates, and duties in respect of the tiefore-mentioned works. And it is also intended by the said bill to enaole the mayor, aldermen, aud burgesses of the borough of HaiTvich, tlie Ea-stern Cnion Railway Company, and the Eastern Counties Railway Company, luiy or either of them, to contract and ag-ree with the said intended Company ,as to the construction and maintenance of the hefore-mentioned works or any pan thereof, ami to contribute funds towards the construction of all or any of the said works out of any monies belonging lo them or under tlieir control. And it is further inleiuie-d by the .said bill to enable the said mayor, ivldeniien, and bur^'esses, and the said Railway Companies re'spectively, to enter into any contract or ai,'reemeiit with respect to the substitution of any part of the said intended works, fur any work at Harwich, which the s;dd mayor, aldermen, and burgesses, or the said Eastern Cnion Rail-  W:  Company, are authorised tu construct, or for the transfer to  the several works connected therewith, and the lands and'houses to t)e taken for the purposes thereof, toyeiher -A-ith books "of reference to such pians, containing the names of the owners or reputed o'a'ners, lessees or reputed le.ssees, and occupiers of such lands and houses ; and a copy of this notice, as published iu the " London Ga.'.etti'," will, on or before the 30th day of November instant, be deposited for public inspection at the respective oiKces of the cleri<s of the peace for the county of .Middlesex, and tor the city and liberty ,-if Westminst-er, ar tlie'Ses-sions House, Clerken-well. 111 the s.aid county of .Middle.scx; and that, on or before the said .'joth day of Xovemf)er instant, a copy of so much of the said plans, lipctions, and book of refereneHi as relates to each of £he said parishes in or through which the .said streets and works will iias^.^ or be situate, and a copy of the said notice, as published in the " London Gazette," -.vill lie deposited with the clerk of every such ¡larish at his resi(ionc-e, and printed copies of the bill or bills will- he de-positini in the Private Bill Office, on or befoni the 3!sl; Mav of December next. —Datei this l.'ith dav of November l!>52 '  BRIDGES', .MASON, and BRIDGES, Solicitors to the Commissioners.  the said intended Comt>any of all or any of the powers which are now vested in the said mayor, aldermen, and burgesses, or in the said Railw.ay Company at Harwich afore-said. .-\nd notice is hereby given, that it is intended by the said bill lo alter and amend the powers and provisions of " the Harwich Improvement Quays and Pier Act, 1851." Also of the following acts relatin;,' to the Eastern Union Railway Company ; viz., the 7 and .S Vict., cap. S5 ; S and i» Vict., caps. 94 and !)7. ;'9 Viet., cap. 53; 9 and 19 Vict., caps. 97 and '2»0 ; 10 Vicl., cap. 19 ; 10 and 11 VicC., caps. 137, 174, and 2'25 ; 12 aud 13 Vict., cap, 92 ; 13 and 14 Vict,, cap, 54 ; 14 and 15 Vict., cap. 5s ; and 15 and Iti Viet., cap. Lis. .And also the followmg acts relating to the Eastern Counties Railway Company, viz., the y and 7 William IV., caps. 103 and 10t> ; 1 and 2 Vict., ca]). bl ; 2 and 3 Viet , caps. 77 and 7» ; 3 \'ict., cap. 52 ; 4 Vict., cups. 14 and 21 ; 4 and 5 Vict., cai), 42 ; 6 Vict,, cap. 28 ; 7 Vict., caps. 19, 20, and 3.:') ; 7 and 8 Vict., caps. «2 and 71 ; 8 and 9 Vict., caps. 85, 110, 201, and '203 ; 9 and 10 Vict., caps. 97, 20,-i, 258, 345, and 3t37 ; 10 awd 11 Vict., caps. 92, !5o, 157, 158, and 235; and 15 and I(i Vict., caps. 30, 33, 51, and 108. .-^nd notice is hereby al.so given, that oil or liefore the thirtielh day of November instant, duplicate plans and sections of ihe proposed works, and books of reference thereto, eontainini' the names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the projierty to l>e taken, and aL-o a copy of this notice, will be deposited fur punlic inspeetiou, .it the otlice ofthe Clerk of the Peace for the county of Essex, at Chelmsford, and that on or before the .same day a copy of the .said plans, sections, books of reference, and notice, will be deposited with the respective parish port Railway clerks of Saint Nicholas Harwich, Dovereourt, aud Ramsay, at their respective pla es of abode. Printed copies of the propo.sed bill will he deposited m the Private Bill Utfice of the House of Commons on or tiefore the 31-t dav of December next.—Dated this  E^AST LANCASHIRE RAILWAY (Bili No. 1).  i E.XTENSION CLIFTON to SALFORD.—.Additional CafiitaL —A^'reeiiieiiti with other Railway Conipanie.s.—Amendment c-f .Vct.s.—THE E.ast Lauca.shire Railway CoiupariV intend to apply to Pariiament, in the next se.s.sion, for an .Ut to confer the foliow-inic or some of the followinj; amoni; other oowers1. T» extend the East Lanca.-,kire RaiPvav from Clifton to Salford. The extension will commence b\- :i junction with the ni.ii.'^ line of the East Lancashire Railway at or near lo a brui-e carrying the railway over an occupation road fr-ni Cromnton Fold to Hogg-'s Bridge, in the tovvu.ship of Cliftoi., in tiie parish uf Eceles, :viid will pass through the pariskes, to',v!iships, or places of Cliltoii, Ecclea, Prestwieh, Prestwich-cum-i »Idham, Pendle-hury, Broim'hton, Pendleton, Salford, and Manchester, or some of them, and will terminate in the station in the boroii-gh i f Salford, jointly used by the East Lancivshire and Lancashire and York,lure R.\dway Companies, and at or ne;u- the hoists or droos in the s:dd station : all the foregoing places are in Lanoasmre. The bill will contain powers to construct the necessary approaches, sla'ioiis, and works, connected with the proposed e'xtensMii, to take lands and houses eompulsorily for the purposes thereof, to abolish anv ritrhts or privileges which m.ay interfere with the proposcil cxteii-sion and works, and to levy tolls, rates, and duties for the use thereof. 2. To raise further .sums of money by the creation of new shares and 'ny mortgage, and to attach to .all ar some of such shares such lu-eference or priority of dividend, orsuch other ¡irivile-,-es .vs may he deemed expedient. 3. To convert the mortirage and bond debt of the company into pen'ctual or redeeuiaiile amiuiiies, or into a debenture stock, irredeemable or otherwise. 4. To enable the East Laiiciushire R;ulway Company to enter into coii-traois, cither permanent or temporary, with the Lanca-shire an-l Yorkshire, the Loudon and North-Western, and the Midland Kailw-ay Companies, the Saint Helen's Canal and Itaiiwav Com-pa-uy, the Manchester and Stockr>ort Itailway Company, and the Liverpool, Croshy, and Southport Railway Coinpanv, "or anv  ■ tioiis, or  13th dav of November, ls52  EDWD. CHAP.MAN, Solicitor, Harwich  WESTMINSTER IMPROVEMENTS. — E.x-  tension of Iiuproveinerits. — Enlarg-ement of Powers «f Commissioners.—Extension of Time for the compulsory Purchase of Lands.—Ineoiporation of a Comp.any or Society for Improving the Dwellings of the Working C iisses.—.Arnendmetit of Acts.— Notice is hereby given, that ^\PPL1C.\T10N is intended to be made to Parliament, 111 the ¡iresent se.ssion, for an ACT or Acta for the following purposes :—1. To alter, amend, and enlarge, or to re|>eal wholly or 111 p-,irt, and if necessary to consolidate the p.nvers and provisions of ''The Westminster Improvement .Vet, 1845," " The Westminster Impr <vement Act, 1347," an ;u,-t pa.ssed in the session of Parliament holden in the 11th year of the reign of her present .Majesty, intituled " .An .\ct to vary the priorities of the charges made on ihe London Bridge Approaches Fund," an act passed in the se.ssioii of Parliament holden in the 12lh year of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled " .-Vn .-Vet 10 amend an .\ct ofthe lait .session for varying the Priorities of the Charges made on ' I'he London Bridge Approachcj Fund,' and to facilitate the completion of cerUun improvements 111 the city of Westminster," "The Westminster Improvement -Act, 1850," and an act passed in the session of Parliament holdcii in the 14th year ofthe rei;;n of her jireseiit Majesty, intituled " .An --\ct lo authorize further charges on 'Ttie London Bridge Apiiroaclie.i Fund,' for the compleiion of certain Improvements in the Metropolis,"and the several powers and provisions of any other act or acts which iiiighl iiiteri'ere with the objects of the said intended act or acts. 2. To extend the time granted by the said acts, or any or either of them, for the compulsory purchase or taking of the lands comprised in the schedules thereto. 3. To confer further and aaditioiiid powers on the Westminster Improvenieni ('ommissioiierH, for the purpose of enabling iheiu more efl'eciually to carry out the iiiiprovemeiils and objects by ihe said acts authorised, and for ctfecting otiier improvements .vilhiu the parishes of Saint Margaret and Saml.Iohii the Evangelist, in the city and lilierty of Weslmin.-ler, anJ in the parish of St. George, Haiiuver-square, in the county of .Middlesex 4. To make provision for the rating and as.se.ssnient of certain property acquired and to be acquired under tiie before-mentioned acts, and for the exemption from rating and ■a.'sessment of certain other property, and for those (lurpi-'.^es to alter or repeal, so far as may be nece.s.sary, the follow in-,' acts (Unit is to say"), an act ¡lOssed ill tile 25th year "of the reio'n of his late .Majesty Kirie- <; for the hettcrrelief aiidenipl..yihi hl ( St. .Mar:;aret and St. .lohii the Ev:u minster, and for cleansing the highways witlnii tiie said pari:" Ihe ¿9lh year of the r Geor-e the Third, intituled for Uie Relief of the Poor ;"  411  Antagonistic to Sophistry, Prejudica, and Empiricism, 147 Wood cms. -41 cases. 2 vols., Is. each ; by post, Is. 6d ,  single and married life.  " To be or not to be, that is the question." 3y R. J. CULVER-CELL, M.D. M.R.C.S. (1S27), L.A.C.  (1824), 25 years Medical and Forensic Referee in these matters.  Progranime :—Aflvent of Puberty and corres}->onding Associations—Duties .and Casualties of Single Life—Marriaire and its Considerations— Happy and Fruitful All'^ances—Wode of Securing then; —Infelicitous and Infertile ones—Their Obviation and Kcraovai.  Sherwood, 23, Patemoster-row ' Maun, 39, OsnAili ; Carvalhc, 147, Fleet-.street; and ail bo<ik3el.ers; or by post troiu the Author 10, Arsyil-rilace, Reaent-sti act. At home daily, ten till five ; Ever)-insr, seven till nine.  II., intituled " An Act of the hiM.r III the parishes of •ngelist,' ill the city of West-stre-Jt.s and repairihif the tie.s." Ah Act jKi.^sed 111 of his late .Majesty King " .Vn Act to .-\niehd the Law., and aiioUier act p.isscd in the 15th year of tlie reign of her prcsciii .Majesty, inliluled '' An -Vet to repeal the Duties payable on DiVclliiig-hoiises, according to the number uf Winduw-s or Lights, and to grant Duties on Iiiliabited Houses, according to their annual value," and all other acts which mighl in any uiaiiiitr impcile or interfere w-ith such last-menlioncd o'ojects. 5. To .luthonze the s.iid Commi.--sionero to w-iden, improve, and extend the :,treet. or comiiiunicaiiou called or kuow-n as Victoria-street, in the ¡parish ot Sail '. Mare-aret, Wesiniinster, such widching, improvement, and extension commciiciiig at or hear the p'-'ihl where Iie-m-sircet joins \'ictoria-street aforesaiil, iheiice ji-as-^iiiLi throUith the Broad Sanctuary, to and tcruiinaliiig in New PaUice-yaril, in the same parish, and for that purpose 10 take a portion of ilie cliurchyard of the parish of Saint -Margaret, and of tlie garden between Saint Margaret's Church and Parliament-street, and of tlie li.irden at the south-east end oi Great George-street, all iu the-said parish of Saint Margaret, in tlie said cily and liberty of Wesuntiiilcr. G. To form a new street from the north side .,,f \"ictoria-slrcel at'oresaid, commencing' ,il about 700 feet eastward of the corner of Victoria-street aforesaid and the \'auxh,ill-brid^'e road, crossing Castle-lane, and terminating at or near the junction of Palacc-slrcet and William-street, all in the parish of Saint Mar^-arct aforesaid. 7. To form a new street from the said last nieiitioiied iiilciiied street, conimeiieing at a distance ot about So feet from the north side of \'ictoria-slreet, aud terminating at the e.i.st end of Bre'.vers-:-,treet, in the said parish of Saint Margaret. a. To widen and improve pari of Castle-lane, commencing at 100 feet t'roiu the 'vvest end of Caslle-lane, and lerniinalint: at or about 340 feet from the w-cst end of Castle-lanc aforesaid. 9. To form a nc.v street, cominenciii^' in the Horscfeiry-road, at or about 130 fV-et from the south side of Victoria-streei runniiig w-eslw-ard, and lerininating al or near the north-ea.stern boundary w-all of the Wcslmiiisli-r Bridewell, all in the said parish of Saint Margaret, lo. To widen, improve, and cx'end Francis-street, and to e uitiiiue the same m a ii eariy straight line into the Yauxhall-bridge-road, and also easlw-ard and iiortlnvard into the .south side of \'ictoria-slreet, at or about 335 feet west of Horseferry-road. 11. To form a road or street couii^'uous to the wails of the i\ew Bridewell, comrneiicuig at or near the north-east angle ofthe boundary wall ofthe .said Bndewell, and continuing lo the uoith-westward and westward, aud terminating at or about 2'25ieelfrom the north-westangleofthe said boundary w all. 12. To take dov. II, remove, and temporarily or permanently shut up,Castle-lane, Goo 1 111 all's-passage, William-street, Catherine-street, and Pa-lace-stieet ; and tu take down and remove all houses, yards, sheds,  courts, buildiH-s, Wiiliani-sircct, 01 Biickin¿hain-roo\, all'I '\S'atnc.\ ; and also portion ofthe sevendh following'streets, p.a.-s Great Smith-street, C.ri Saint .-Viurs-iilacc.-iolii Dacre-street, thri Palmer's almshoii pas-ia^e, Breuer'-  of them, for the use of their res[iective raihvays and any portions thereof, and tor the conduct, interchange, and conveyance of traffic pa-ssing ou the undertakings of the contracting parties; and also for the atiportionment of the tolls ,ihd other charges pavable in respect oí such tr.itfic. 5. To alter tiie tolls, rates, or duties pay able for the use of the East Liiica-shire Railway; and to confer, \-arv, or extinguish exemptions from the payment of tolls, rates, or duties tor liic use of tiic  1.ancashire and Yorkshire Ridlway and the Maiicliester and Suiith-. or some parts of those railwavs respectively. The-  bill will also extend and anend, alter or'repeal, some ' of the powers and provisions of the followmg acts relating to the East, Lanc.ishirs Railway Company, viz. :—"The Ea.st L.ancashire Railway Act, 1544 ;" "The Ea.st Lancashire Railway Act, 1815; ' "TheEikst Lancashire Railwar .-Vet, 1845 (No. 2);" " The Ea-st; Lanca-shire Deviation .and Branch Railwavs Act, 1840;" "The Blackliurn aud Prestwn Railwav Acts, 1844. 1845, and 184t'.;" and  "The East Lancikshire Railwav'Anialiiaiuation Act, 184'j;.....fhe  Liverpool, Onnskirk, .and Preston Railway .\ct, 184Ü ;" " The East, Lancashire Radwav Deviations and Rawtenstall Coal Br.iucli Act, 1847 ;" "The East Lancashire Railway Act, 1847 (Preston Extension) ;" "The Ea.it Lancashire l-lailway Act, 1849 ;" and "The East Lanca-shire Railway .Act, 1851 ;" .also ofthe following acts relatiihi to the London and North-Western Raihvav Coiiqianv, iianieU, the 8 and 9 Vic., cap. Iñij; 9 and 10 Vie., caps. 07, '-0, 82, 152, i?"2, 184, 193, 204,231, 232, 233, 244, 248, 201, 209, :-;o9, 3-28, H31, 359, 3t'xS, :io9, aiid39ü; thelo.uid 11 Vic.,caps. 7:i, lij7, lit, lis, p.;], I3t>, 159, 178, 188, 228, 270, 278, and 294; the 11 and 12 Vic., can. l:iO ; the 12 and 13 Vic., cap. 74 ; and the 15 and 10 Vic., cap. lo.",; alsoof the following acts relating to the -Midland Raihvay Con.¡¡any, uaiiielv, tlie 7 and 8 Vic., caps. 18 and 59 ; 8 and ;» \'ic.^ caps. 38,"41», --Ó, 00, and 181 ; 9 and 10 Vic., ca¡)s. 51, 102, 150, 157, 103, 203, 243, 2,=h4, ■255, ■27-2, 301, 311, 320, .and 340; iO and 11 Vic., eaiis. 122,,!:'.-">, l.sO, 191, 214, 21-5, and 270 ; 11 and 12 Vic., caps. 21, 88, tyiO 131 ; and 14 aud 15 \"ie., caps. 57, 88, and 113. -\lso of-.the ibl-lowing acts relating to the Lancashiie and Yorkshire Rai way Company, viz., " The -Manchester and Leeds Railw^v .Vet, 1>30 ;" "The .Mujichesler and Leeds lUU'Aav Act,- 1837 ;" "'Tlie -Manchester and Leeds Railwav Act, 1839;", "The -Manchester and Leeds Railway Act, 1841;" " T*he Manchester and Leeds Railwav Act, Ls44 ;" " 'Hie .Manchester aud Leeds Railway Act, No. 1, ls45 ;" "The Manchester and Lee<L Railway .Act, No. 2, 1845 ;" "The .Manchester and Leed-s Railw-.ay Act, 1840; " "The -Manchester and Leeds Railway Act, No. 1,1847 ; " "The Manchester and Leeds llailwav.-^ct. No.  2, 1847 ; " " The .Manchester and Leeds Railway Act, No! 3, 1847 ;" " The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway .\ct, 184s ;" "The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway .Act, 11^49 ; " " The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway .Act, 1850 ;" "The Lanca.shire and Yorkshire Railway .Act, 1S52" ; " " The York and North .Midland ai^d Lancashire aud Yorkshire --Vrrangcmeiit Act, 1852 ; " " The''-Ashtoii, Stalybridge, aud Liverjíool Junction Railway --Vet, l54-t ;-" "The Ashton, Stalybridge, and Liverpool Junction" R-iilwav -Vet, 154.') ; " " The Manchester, Boliou, aud Bury Canal and Raiiwaiy Act, ls.il;" " The Manchester, Bolton, and Bury Canal and l'..ailway .Aot , 1832 ;" " The Manchester, Bolton, and Bury Canal and P>,ail',v.iy .-\ct, 1535 ;" "The .Manchester, Bolton, and Bury Canal and Railway .\ct, ls,i8 ;" "The Manchester, Bolton, and Burv Canal and Railwav -Vet, 2, 1840;" " The .M;inchester, Bollón, and Bury, and -Manchester and Leeds Canal and U.iihva.v-•'ict, 1840 ;" " The Liverpool ^nd Burv Railway Act, 1845 ;" " The Liverpool and Bury Railway .Act. H4o ;"" "The Liverpool and Burv, and Manchester aiiil Leeds Raihvavs -Vet, 1840 ;" " The Hudd'crstield and Shetheid ,I iinciiou" Railw.iy Act, 1845 ," "The Hudderslicld and Shetheid .Iuiiction i^nd Manchester and Leeds Raihvavs Act, into ;" "The West Ridiji- I niou Radwavs Act, lb40 ;" "The Waketield, Poutefract, aiid (;o,,le Railway Act, ls45;" "The Wakefield, Poiitefract, and Gooic Ridlway l')r.inclH:S Act, 1840 ;'' " Tlie Waketield, i'oiiteiracl, and Goole Railwav, and Port of Goole Act, 1810;" " Th* Oldh.iui AlliaBce Rail-'vay Act, I547 ;" and also an act pivssod in the session of Parliaiueiit, held iu the ninth and tsn^h years of the reign of hur pre.sent Majesty, intituled «..yii .-Vet for vesting m the Grand Junction Railway Company»» and the Manchester a.id Leeds Railway Company, the NerS^ Ciii'in Railway, and all tlie works, property, and eli'ect.i aiqiertain-ing thereto." An act pissed in ih'e said scs-ioii of Parliament, held in the iiiiilli and tctilh years of the reign ot her said, present .Majesty, intituled " .-Vn Act for makiii.,- certahi lines oL Railway in the West Riding of the Couiilv of York, t^:» I'e calleii the Shetheid, Rolherham, Barnsley, Waketield, Huddersfield, and Goole Rail'.vay ;" " ilie Leeds Central Railway Station Ai^, IslS ;" "the Lancashire and Yorkshire, and London and North-Wesleni Kailwavs (Preston a,id Wvre Rail-,vay Harbour and Docii Vesiin,') Act, 1849." Al-,-of the f..llowiiig acts relalin- to the Si. Helen's Canal and Railwav Comp.iuy—iiamel\-, the 1 lib Geo. JV., cans. 50 and 01, the" 4 and r> Win, I'V., cao. 3; Uie I and 2 Vict., cai  the  and 9 Vic  ap. 11  Helen's Canal and Railway .-Vet, 18-lo," ainl leu's Canal and Railway "Act, 1847," and of " tl ter and Southp.ort Railw-ay .Vet, la47," " thi Crosti}, aud Southport Rulway .Vei, 1840," " ih< Crostiv, and Southport Raihvay (sale or lease) .-Vet "The LiTcrpool  ml prcmibcs which are boundid onthe iiorih by die south bv Victoria-street, 011 the cast by iid Oh the west by the brew-ery ofMes.,rs. Elliot Iso to I,ike down and remove the w-liole or sonic ll houses, teiieiiiviits. and buildings situate in the ",.i.sai:LS, and ¡Oaces (that is to say), Dean-strcel,  .-ouri, treet,  tenement : in Palmer's-passage, beiti.".,' part of s, and nearest to Victoria-street, also Pahiier's-rreen, luckiiiirhaiii-row, Little CeorL-e-street,  al Peter-street,Saint--Vnn's-street,New--)n's-couri,Toihill-street, NewTothill-  County Courts Equitable Jurisdiction," and the other Countv Courts Further ExtensioD." Both bills arp waiting  di^cussicn  'd be no ol j'-ctiori to adjourn the case, if tiu-y j ^.ff^.ct. fioui  the H- nsP of L .;c- llih of July  ■rxls :CXi  to tak  brat: dea'i Yori  I all kiniL of .ic .—3?. .Albeniarle-  instr'imonts, for relief of extreme Ficc-idil'v ; observe, opposte the  ON NERVOUS AND GF.NERATtvE DISEASES. New Edition, Illustrated with Forty five coloured Engravings, anc contaming the newly-discovered Preventive Lotian. Just published, the 67th Thousand, price 2s. 8d., in a sealed envelope, or seM by the auther, post-paid, for 40 D«sta»e stamps,  ANHOOD: the Causes of its Pre-.ature  Decline, with Plain Directions for its Perfect Restoration a Medical "i.eview of ererj- Form, Cause, and Cure of Nervous Debility, Impotency, Less of Mental and Physical Capacity, whether resulting Irom Youthful Abuse, the Follies of Matunty, the Effects of Clmiate, or Infection, <tc., addressed to the Suflerer in Youth, Manhood, and Old i^e ; with the Author's ObservatioHi on Mskrriage, its Duties and Disqualifications; the Prevention and Cure of Sjiihilis, Spennatorrhosa, and other UriBO-Oenital Dis. ea-ses; as adopted by Deslandes, lialiemand, and Ricord, Surgco«f U") the Hospital Venerien, Paris. By J. L. CURTIS, 8urj»eoB, 15, ¿dfeemarle-street, Piccadilly, London.  RB-TISWS OF THB WORK.  "Manhood, by J.L.Curtis.—We agree with the author that, so far from works of this class beingebjectioKable in the hands of youth,01 difficultie.s being opposed, every facility should be given to tbeir circulation ; and te strengthen ©'or opinion we need but refer to the reeent distressing events at our militarv and scholastic academies at ■ Carshalton and Woolwich.'*—Naval and .Militar>- Gazette, Feb. 1. 1S51. " We feel n» bositjition in sayini that there 13 no mei-aber of society by whom the book will not be found useful—whether such person hold the relation of a parent, preceptor, or clergyman."— Sun Evening Paper. Sold also by Sherwood, Piper, and Ce., -23, Patemost^r-row ; Hannay, 63, Oxford-st, ; Maun, 39, Comhtll, London ; Armstrong. Bond-st., Manchester; Howell, Church-st., Liverjiool ; Campbell, chemist, 136, Argyle-sl., Glas^'-iw ; Roliin-  iO!  11, Gre-'uside  Min>  ;h : andlJ-jrr  Briiain-st.,Dublin,—Consulcatious irom 10 to!  and C 1 , ah": i.l  Brewer's-ro-A-, LoaJer's-plftce. Vork-biiildiiigs, part-cf the gardci.-beloihiinLT t»i Saint .Marirarci's Hospital, land beluiiHfing Vi the justice.-, of the iie.ice for the connty of M iddiese.'C, also ill Cre\ Coal-row, Francis-street, Casilc-lane, William-street, Brewer-slreet, Palace-street, and .-Vllin-Loii-strcet, and to lake down and remove all hoii-es, yards, .-,heds, courts, buildings, and premises which are boundeil on the east by Great Chapel-streel and the Broadwav, 011 the north bv the Broadway and Vork-slrect, or Petty France, on the we'st by Horse Shoe-alley and Little George-street, and on the south by Little Chapel-street, all in the several parishes of Saint Margaret and Saint John the Kvangeiist, ill the city and liberties of Westminster, and of Saint George, Hano-ver-squar'c, in the county uf Middlesex, or one of them. .And also to divert, alter, stop lip, enclose, or widen, and improve, cither terHporarily or permanently, such parts uf the present streets, courts, alleys, ways, or passages, and void ground, as will firm entrances to, or will communicate, either directly or indirectly, with the said intended new streets, or any or either of them, or as shall • be necessary to be stopped up and enclosed, or w idened and improved, for Ihe purjioses of the said intended act or acts ; and also lo raise or lower the ground of any streets, footpaths, pas-^ages, or w-ays or subways which shall communicate w-ilii the said intended new streets, or any or either of them, or as shall be neccssarv- to be raised or lowered, for the pur-¡loscsofthc saiil intended act or acts; and 10 make such alterations in the levels, drains, and sew erage, subw-ays, roads, footw a.y.s, and pavements of such streets as may require such alterations. 13. To empower the said Commissioners to treat, contract, and agree with the Dean and Chapter ot v^est-mmster; the Governoi-s of tiie Grey Coat Hospital, Tothill-fields, ofthe Royal Foundation of Queen Anne; the governors and trustees of the "Hospital of St. Margaret's, in the city of Westminster, iu the countv of Middlesex, of the foundation of King Charles; the -Ma-ster and Fellows of Corpus Christi, or Beliefs Collece, (;amhridge; the governors or tiaistees of Emanuel Hospital," or Lord and Lady Dacre's Charity Estate ; tiie governors or trustees of Emery Hill's Almshouses; the trustees of Palmer's Chariti-; the ¡.'overnors or trustees of the Blue Coat Sciiool, or olVier goveniors or trustees of any charity estate or other ineapa-cit.ated personi- whose lands or property may be rctp.iircd for the said intended nciv street!-, or any or either of them, or other improvements connected therewith or contemplated by the said intended act or acts, for the sale to or tiie aettlcmeiit upon them of other lands, bouses, or property iu lieu of all or any of the lands, houses, or property intended to tie taken from them by the said Commis-sioners for the ¡mrposes of j giYi Wrii. IV the said intended act or acts, or to make such other j j^jj, -^-¡(^j' agreements as may be ueees.sary for the purjjoses aforesaid, 14. To empower the said Commissioners to purchase any lands and houses, either by compulsion or agreement, through or into w-hich the said proposed improvements and works, or any of them, will be made or carried, and also such lands and houses within the said parishes .aforesaid, and to such extent as may be necessary for carrying out the before-mentioned improvements and works, ai 1 i-L-; several objects contemplated by tlie .said intended act or acts. li. To vary or extinguish all existing rights and privileges in any manner c»onnected w ith or incident to any of the before-mentioned lands and hou.ses required for the purposes of the said intended act or acts, which would in any manner impede or interfere with the objects aforesaid, and to' confer, var>\ or extinguish other ri-.o.us and i.rivilc-.'i-. Id To enipo>,ver "th  " The St. the St. Uc-the-.Maiichcs-Liveri.ool, Liveri.ool, IS-OU." and  Cros'oy, and Southport Railway Atii'-ndmi nt -Act, la.)0." "Plans and sections ofthe intended r.iilway apd -.v,>rks, together w ith a book of reference to the ¡ilan.í, a map^ show-in-g the general course and directi-m o¡" the rair.va}-, and a c/py of thi.s notice, '-vill be deposited on or before the oOth November Jiistunt, at the otfice ofthe clerk ofthe peace for Lancashire, at Prejton ; and copies of so muck of the i-lans, and sections, and book of.reference as relates to each parish, and also a copy of this notice ijill, on or before that day, be deposited w-itb the clerk of that pariii, al his residence ; and .-ls t- - so much as relates to e.-vlra-paroehjal places w-ill be deposited with the clerk of an adjoining parish^Priiited copies of the bill will be deposited in the private bill otlice of the House ofComnions before the 1st day of ,Ianuary, 1S53.—Dated this first dav of November, I8ö'2.  T. A. and .1. GRUNDY, Solicitor.-;.  East Lancashire railway (Bíü'no. 2).  Southport Branch and Skelmersdale Branch £xtension Arrangement witli St. noleir.=i Canal and Raihvay Compan.v.—■ Tlie East Lancashire Rail'.vay Company intend tu applj- to Parliament, in tile eii.-uiiig session thereof, for an act for the-%llow-iir.t, or sOHie of the folloiving among other, puqioses1. To make a branch raib-vay to thw town of Southport, to omnie'pce, ti> junction with' the East Lancashire Riulway, in the towriishiii and [larish of Urniskirk. to pa-s throiiirh or uit'i tiie -aid to-.rtisldi) and [uri.-h, the tow-nship of Bickerstafre, in the sj id parish of Onnskirk, the township and parish of Aii-htoir the township of Se-ansbriek, in the -a^d parish of ()rni<kirk, and tiie-townsliips and iiarishes of Halsall and of North Meols (all of widch places are in L:incashirff"). and lo lernimate in the said last-iianicd town-ship and parish, iis-ar to the Southport Station of the Liccr-p.-)ol, Crosby, and Southport Railway, anil betv/een tVat station and a road called Gorsey Lane, in or near tUe tow-ii of Southport. ■_>. To extend the Skefmersdale branch of the East Caiicashir-j Raihvay to Rainford, by making a railway, to commence by a. jiinctioii with the said iiraiich at or near the eastern end thcreot', in the to-iviisliip of Lathom, iu the said parish of Oruiskirk, to p.Lss tiiroiigh or into the townships or chapelrius of LalliMin, Skelmersdalch and BickerstafTe, in the said parish of'Ormskirk and Rainford, in the tiarisb of Prescott (all of which i-la-es are also in Laiicasbire), and to terminate in the Said township or cha[ie!ry of Raiiiford, at or near the sjiot where the Li-vcrjiool and Bury line of the Lancashire and Yorkshire llail'.iay crosses a road called New.s-lane. 3. To construct all ncii-.-.-,iry stations, approaches, conveniences, and works, ifi coniiec-tion with the said intended new lines of raihvay, and lo levy t,.,l-; and other char-'cs in respect thereof, and to purchiuse by coiupul-sion the lands, houses, and other property which may lib reipiireii hi the Cuiistruction of the said radways. 4. To raise funhcr sums of monov bv the cn-ation of new diares, and by niortga^'e, and t., .attach to all or some ,jf such shares such preference ori>riority .il dividehd, or such other privileges as may be dcenied'eMpedieiit. The bill will alter the tolb, rates, or duties payable for the ii-e of tlie East Laiicaihire Rail.vay and the Saint Helen's Railw-ay re-spectivelv, andnill also enable the said Eiest L:uic-A.shire Railway Company to Use the railways, station, and works of the .Saint Helen's Canal and Rail'.vay Comp.any, and will enable the Saint, Helen's Canal and Rail>vav Company to enter into arrangements with the East Lancashire RailwayCompany, fouehin-the conduct, intere',vaii','e, and eonvcyiinee ofthe traffic ci.mmon to.those oiii-jianies, and the usf of their respective uiidert'akin:,'sj- The bill will also extend and auicnd the followiii-' acts rclaJing to tho East L-auc,ashire Railway Company, viz, '' The East Lanc.'-shiro  R,ailw-av .^ct, 1S44 ;.....Fhe East Lanc.ashire P^iihvav Act, Isl.a ;"  " The Ea.-! Lanc.ishire Raihvay Act, 134.";, No. 2 * The East Lancashire Devi.ation and Branch Railw.ays Act, 1346 ;" " The Blackburn and Preston Railway Acts, 13U, 1345, aud 134tl ;" and "The East Lancashire Railway Anialg-amation Act, 1S4G ;" " The Liverpool, Onnskirk, and "Preston Pvailway Act, 1S40 ;" " The Ea-t Lancashire Railway Deviations and Raw tienstall Coal Branch .-Xct, 1S47 ;" " Tlie East Lancashire Railway Act, 1317 (Prestf'ii Extension) ;" "The East Lancashire Railway Act, 1349 ;" and "The tíast Lanca-hire Pvailway Act, ISöl and the following acts relating to the Saint Helen's Canal and Rail-v.^y Company, viz.;—The 11th Geo, IV., caps. 50 and til; the 4th ii.d a}). 3 ; the 1st and 2d Vict., cap. 21 ; the 3th .m 1  ca;). 117; "The Saint Helen's Canal and Railway A-i 1840;" and "The Saint Helen's Canal aud Railway Act. is 17 Plans and sections of the intended railways and works, to~i tlc with a book of reference to the plans, a published map, sii.oiin the general course and direction of the raihvays, aud '  this notice, will be deposited, on or before tlie HOUi Novemi i  instant, at the otlice of the Clerk of the Peace i"or L.aica-ho ---, i Preston ; and copies of so much ofthe pl.uis ami sc-t ion-, a-. book of reference as relates to each parish, aud also a opy ^'t ,'^'' notice, w-ill on or before that day be deposite! ->vi!h the cler»; ■ that parish, at his residence ; and as to so nuich a.s relates ti. jiarochial places, will be deposited with the clerk ot an ad  ;-x trainili.'  h<  .lildln.  CommLS3Íon«írs t.;  pari-siies, or citile  parish. Bill-otiii.  ,l;uiuar%  Printed copies of the bill will V,i- .iep,i-i of the House of C'"m)in--iis. ir  ttis 1st dav o: N.-ieii;;.--;;  "i. .A -IJ. ^-Ll.  ■d in the i'l 111- da  uvrs^H.u   

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