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   New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - August 2, 1826, London, Middlesex                                ogxppointed ISoney fcr Ac 'csobtfea fetrof .Aprtl to frVEatabJisluratan be several -Payteesus flte^iwrtrerof hii. . ;iW^ferniog on the follow- �Jt�Sl MjAdAtrahi-Ofteins, and . thel^AttorneTs., On the Plh ^Syrgefttt^aniPiirsetBatid tseii 5S^^i^#^���fearf the first and third Uledi ersonaiuaytben, and there! " Sable to them; and bring Orfer in Council of 301b .nar.- -    ,   Tjf***** of the Navy; and in case JS2lEi&?l,!l2!ii^^ attend themselres, -S^S^ifeSSS^lffi-St P?^*' the said Attorneys are to ^Tr '  � persons they are em- a^S^^^^f^^T011 U��r A (rents are to pro- Rested Copies of aucli J*ave, Wore the Half Pay can be ;9HBltefaHti� Airi^^r-Aa 6� Parisunetil' paesed in the 85th year of his �+^JVTojy*�j� Pal- _I _j   a�r*^    a - *  f �._______ , totts _ the 8* id Act, Staled, " A* Act, for establishing a more as httfhou for the Payment of Officers belong-JrNa*t,'' Ittrenactetf by the'20th Clause of if any Commissioned or Warrant Naval Offi- f�f�*fr�fjp[U be^ntitfed to tetteive Jlalf Pay, and Shall be de-til??i'***T'awllSJs paid the same, at or near the Place of his aUwMOieevlte niry apply t� the Treasurer of his Majesty's Navy iBl&adgfe&tatejtttch-Hiilf pay      at m near (he p|gc3 of- aad flieir: Representatives fo draw forjind-receive � �i      ft la .snarfMl  hw tluk let anil  1.1 fl-inc.,        ,1... Jny^^ m teaac.ted_by the 1st and 3d Clauses of the be entitled. �any Officer rw'hisiMajesty's Navy, who shall Jve any sum of money for, ur on account of his i,des}a>o� Tt���- f, Jb|s Majesty'a^Javy, instead of net Bill, ha shall, Ngnify such it Of' his Majesty's fJary; ami at^�,iHasysWho shall be entitled *^'� o�. account of Half Pay, ______If Pay paid to him by Extract, rM�jWjjifeSodt>VKras,where Clerks for the pay-r'ngeAforJh&Jjiasy sh�Hr*�jde, instead of receiving the xfafirapf&BOror BUT of Exchange, he ii to apply r�* tlWiMBpn' Cfetkat tit* Navy Pay Otfice in London, or attheP*yOSMa�*agb Stock, Yard,signify iug snch his desire." Not^i�;he?ebjifar1tfe^Ten,tljatThebJilfi)ay ending theSOlh JoaeiastV'Wflt tojwnence paying on the 7lh August next, and allPerww feamKwtijymwiirg for, or of having their Half Pay rejntttajd to thonj,fnay.toply ac above directed. Myiji 'Mb.^rrFTrrmilipft drawn under, or by virtue of, the Act (bowrtfreltteik are not liable to the Stamp Duty, l lit psiwWI, iiiliilliiii/nlit of his Majesty's Dominions are enti-i of-this Act. ?(WUD.VICTUALLING YAKD, July 29,1826. BLarp to give Notice, Tlr�t on THURS- _   JAY, fl� ltth of next month, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, willjbe put up to Public Sale, at lib Majesty's Vic-tatilfi*g Vard. At Deptford. sundry Lota of the following unserviceable STORKS, now lying in ibe. said Yard, viz. :- -v>~-J firead IXust,. Flour, Flour Sweepings, Pease, Pease ga. Oatmeal, Bakehouse Sweepings, Preserved Meats, [Bags, Cocoa Bajfs, Bolter, Cheese, Beef, Pork, Snet, , Sonic, and Vinegar; Staves, Leaser, Butt, Puncheon, ad/Barrel, Kilderkin, Irish Tierce and Barrel, Head BeJPlpes, Irish Tierces and Barrels, Hoard and Seant-u, a quantity of .Firewood, &c. _positof 25L per ceoUis to bcniade (in cash, or notes of tf&'Ba&k of England) upon the amount of each Lot, at the time of8a!e, and tlie remainder of the purchase money to be paid before the Stores are removed, for which purpose a period of 14 working days will be allowed from the day of Sale; the Buyers pafuCfliarly -Observing," that not less than one half of (be quantity is to betaken away in the first seven days, and the remainder on the setejj (bUowingdays, otherwise the Deposit Money will b�forfeited*andtWstores remain the Properly of the Crown, al'ntf extension of limtf will, on any account, be granted. t-Uie Store* may be viewed during ike working hours of the Yffd, oatbe thijee days imroaiiatriy preceding the Sale. � i^atalogues may be had oaapgiicalion at the said Y.>rd. LONt)QN? WEDNEi^AYj jAlJiGrlJST 12, 1826? SALES BT APqTlQN, Southgate. Middlesex.-Valuable Freehold Estate, Residence, and Gardens, the property of air. Thomas Wilkinson.- To he SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Auction I   Mart, near the Bank of England, peremptorily, on Friday nex'. August 4, at Twelve, hv direction of the A�signp*�, AValuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, comprising an excellent and mowl Exchange. Freehold Houses and Shops, SVatling street, in the City of London, producing a rental of 145'. IDs. per annum-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday next, August 4, at Twelve, in T^o Lots. Lot 1. A Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, com XJl prising a Brick-built Dwelling House with Shop, eligibly situate No. 55, on the North side of Watlinf-street, on Lease to Mr. Dare, for an unexpired term of 14 years, from Michaelmas, 1820. at a net rentot (i3J. per annum. Lot 2. A FREEHOLD ESTATE, adjoining Lot I, comprising a Brirk-built Dwelling House, with Shop und private entrance,'situate No. 56, Walling sireel, in the occupation of Miss Naylor and other, part on lease, .it rents amounting to SO!. 10*. per annum. To be viewed by leave of the temnts. and particulars had nt the Mart, and of Mr. Hogsart, 02, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange. I SiAfiBS BY AUCTION. Reversing Money in the FundsT-Trrbe-SOLD by AUCTION, W M^, HOGGAR^, at the Mart, Oft Friday, August 11, at ^w*,;e ln_Wo^.LTTTE REVRK9T0N of 0ne. 'A' nfnth Part of 11,160?. 1&- W Three per Cent. Consols, standing in the name of the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, on the demise of two lives,of the respective ages of 43 and 55. Also, the beneft of Survivorship, in Four other pprte'of the said" Stock, in the event of such persons, or either of them, not sttaiaing the age of 21; their ages are from 2 'fteREVERSION of One-ninth Pait of 0,502/. Gs. Gd. Three per Cent. Consols, standjng in the name of aTrusiee of high respectability, on tlfe demise of an infirni Gentleman, aired SI, provided he dies wiOiout is�oe; the said Gentleman is not likely to maxrj. Alsi�, the benetrt ofSurvivorship, as stated '"partlculais may be had at the Mart j nwj of Mr. Hoggnrt, 62, Old Broad-street, Uoya! Exchange. ,   . attaei Travellen wlU ynAtigust ~ INDS, Captain John Slater, "iSf CapuunJohn Pearson. f and Saturday, from off the i }he Morajna, for tho q>n- . fddlb.nnWtheendof November, 3ED HATK of FARES, jased to ta&e aolice, that by these i. best aesedptfoa and beds ire provided ..tvrjthpefquisita to Stewards, aqd every >ED in theamQunt of (be fares. T_    A?T�ri�Sl�!eiage,i?t. 2s. each person; CH1-JTe^iSiSmvbman^i age half price; Horses,(U. 6s.; Carriages, Gii4tfpGES&^StH%. i Gigs, 31. 3s. each. ^oxiiggaAMpaytictdars,application to be made to the General Pacbet.Officft, 358, Strand, and for securing Wrtlis, to N. \Y. Symonda,^gp4n^>iX, Cresceptt Minoriee. _ MAU�*T�  REGULAR STEAM  PACKETS. "ECBflPSE, Captain READ. V^NlJfi, Captam RULE. ALBION", Captain LARGE. , t)ART, Captain JONES. (The MacMi�*y and Engines by Bonlton, Watt, and Co.) EVEBY*MQfiNING Xrom Tower Stairs at P. EVERY MOBNP�G from Margate at 8 precisel v. The PropYietfclhf beg respectfully to inform their Friends lint for their 'better1 acoommodntion. Three of the abov  elegant Packets are appoioted.to leave the Tower on SATl'RDAY Next,5tb Amtnst,for MAJiGATE, viz.-The Dart at i) o'clock, the Eclipse at 10, and the Venus nt 12.____ PHOENIX GAS LIGHT and COKE COAL PANY:-JJottce fti hereby given, that at a General Meet inr of tiiosaitfC&OJWBtf, held at the Three Tuns Tavern, in tbe Borough.o/S�i|^wark,on3he 26th July.a DIVIDEND out of the Profit! ofrliaCoac^rn,for.the Half Yearendiug on theSOUi J line last, was'dwlalrea on tbe Capital of the Coinpauy at Cbristmia last, and-^Sff the same -n� b�de payable at the Com-aay's Optee �t.B�hk^le, from Oel^ith to the SOih inst. both inclusive, frotn tbe jiouri of Twelve till Three; and afterwards onAVrti^aWJ^frolh One till Three o'clock. ByTOraeiof (be Court of Directors, *       TV. PEI'LEY, Clerk of the Company Da^dAnjSostT^lSgiS.___ __ NOTICE is hereby given, that an EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the PRO PRIETORTlilf the SURREY, SUSSEX, and SOUTH W AWL FIRE and LIFE ASSURANle, at the offices uf Messrs. Sparke, Holmes, and Jackson, Solicitors, Bury; on the premises; at Mr. Malster's, Dunmow; Blaek Boy, Chelmsford ; White Hurt, Bocking; ( 'rown, Hoc-kerill; at the Mart; und ot Mr. Hoggart, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange, where a plan may be seen. Residence, Pleasure Grounds, and Two riuli Paddocks, at Weatherfield, six miles from Braiulrre, Essex.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, nt tbe Mart, on J'ri-duy, August II, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, AFREEHOLD ESTATE, consisting of a roomy Bud substantial Family House, delightfully situated at an agreeable and convenient distance from the village of Weathers-field, a beautiful and very healthy part of the country, three miles from Great Baidfield, nine from Dunmow, and within a morning's ride of Newmarket, in an e\;tllent neighbourhood, within reach of two packs of fox lionntls, and only fort)-eight in:les from London, miitaLh- for the immediate ovcupatiun of a respectable family. The House is in excellent order, and contains nine bed rooms, elegant dining and drawing rooms, of good dimensions; libra/v, and breakfast parlour, suitable oliices and cellaring, water closet, &c.; coach house, stabling for s-ven horses and lofL Tlie whole well supplied with excellent water; productive gardens, and lofty south wall, well slocked and planted; shrubbery walks and plantations, two Paddocks of rich Meadow Laud, with cow house, piggeries,farm yard, barn, anil Other out-buildings: the whole containing about Seven Acres. To be viewed, and naviculars had at the While Hart, Brain tree; SaracenV Head, Dunmow and Chelmsford; of Mr. G. Sperling, Solicitor, Haverhill; at tlie Mart; and of Mr. Hog gart, 02, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange.        _____ Mansion House-street, City.-To Insurance Companies and Othris requiring Premises of great Publicity.-To be SOI.L) by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday, August 11, at Twelve, unless an acceptable offer be made, AValuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY,consisting of those capital Prrmissn, situate No. 5, Mansion House-street, in (he heart of the City of London, nnd embracing every local advantage for conducting business of importance. The Premises command an extensi\e frontage, with spacious counting bouses and private oflices, and dwelling house, accommodations of 10 bed rooms, drawing room, dining parlour, kitchen, &c.. with extensive cellarage in the basement: holden for the remainder ot a term, at a moderate rent. May be viewed by cards, and Particulars had at the Mart; of R,. S. Wadeson. Esq. Solicitor, 11, Austin-friars; and of Mr. Hog vpirt, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange. Manor of Rickmansworth, with rinht of free \V airen�ua graoled by Charles the First; splendid Mansion, beautiful Park, rights of Fishery, and several surroundJof.Farntt, near Riekraans-wortk, Herts, containing together2Jft Acron-To be-SOLD by AUCTION,by Mr. HOOGARTT&t tkeMart, on Fiidav, tk- 2itli �f August, at Twelve, in One Lot, npHK very Magniticent and Splendid Stone-buill JL   MANSION of MOOR PARK, exhibiting a beantiful elevation of tho Corinthian order of Architecture, presenting fwo noble fronts towaids the north and south. The south front hils a very elegant and grand Portico and Pediment, supported by noble columns, which, With the base and capilaki, are nearly 60 feet in height. Themoft striking internal parts of this Mansion were-designed hy the rcluhrnted Italian Architect, Giaromo Leoni, in conjunction with Sir J. Thornhill, nnd are extremely rich and dignified. A noble Wall, paved with marble, marble door-ways, and pediments, costly Staircase and Gallery, ornamented with paintings in fresco. A beantiful and well-proportioned Saloon wainscoted and decorated with paintings of the Four Seasons-the ceiling painted by Sir James Thornhill, from Gnido. A superb Ball-room, most elaborately decorated, 100 feet in length, with a sumptuous statuary marble chimney-piece of great value; a noble eating room, library, iiiumc room, and oth^r, apartments, wilh principal bed chambers, ami dressing rooms, in every ruspec'. adapted for Ihe residence of a noble family. The Mansion is placed in the centre of a fine verdant ptfrkVof npwards of 500 acres, grouped with stately forest trees, aftttlie grounds finely undulated, which opens to the view an entensive and rich cultivated country, intersected by the rivers Colne and Gad.  The Coin" run* through the Park. The Purk it live miles in circumference; within it are the celebrated gardens, hot houses, graperies, and pineries, with the Moor House and gardens, �hich is a comfortable family house, and tit for a respectable family. Attached to the Mansion and Par.'r. are the Moor Farms, Astin Lodge, Sandy Lodge, Norwoodj Home Farm (in hand), Stocker's, Brishtwell's. and Tolpit, with their respective farm hooses and numerous out-bvildings, erected and finished at a considerable expense: in the several occupations of rtlessr*. Taylo--, Buckmaster, White, Hone, and others, tenants at will. Also, FRENCH GROVE and LQCK HILL WOODS, containing together 2,300 acres, forming altogether one of the most complete properties in the kingdom. Together wilh the very valuable MANOR of RICKMANSWORTH, wilh iLs Fines. Heriots, Courts Leet, and Baron, view of Frank Pledge, Quit Rents, Tolls of Market, Free Warren, and extensive rights of fishery. The Park is abundantly stocked with fine deer, and the whole Estate with game of all sorts, and some of the finest fishing in the kingdom; a flower garden and pleasure grounds, stocked with rare plants,'containing nearly six acres, in which is erected a stone temple of the Ionic order of Architecture. A beautiful ornamental stone-built Conservatory, nf the Tuscan Order, with a court-yard, surrounded by stone-built stables, coach housi.-i, and apartments. .j There are four eutrancesto thtf Kbssy with lodgertnd game.fi The splendid furniture r.nd fitments of Hie Mansion may be taken at a fair valuation. N.B. The remainder of the Estates aail Farms connected with Muor Park, ^c. containing nearly 3,090 acres, will be sold at the same time, in 23 Lots. The Mansion and Grounds ran only �o viewed by tickets; tc be had of Mr. Hoggart, Old Ilroad-srrcet. Printed particulars will be ready 21 dnys prior to the "ale, and may be had of John T in--, Esq. Solicitor, Goldsmiths' Hall; of Mr. Taylor, Moor SALES BY AUCTION. Farms adjoining to CasbMbary Park.-To be .SOLD hy-ACTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday, August 2">. at Twelve, in Three Lota, Lot 1. /^ROXLEV-HALL   FARM, Copthorne \->   and Cashiobririge Farm?, sKnated close to Cashio-bury Park, containing together six hundred and thirty-four acres of excellent arable and pasture land, with an excellent new-bnilt Farm House,capacious barns, stabling and out-bnild-rags, holden nnder Cains (olleee. Cambridge. Ut i FIFTY-TWO ACRES of FREEHOLD LAND. These Estates are let to Messrs. Bovingrian, at six hundred and ninetv-nine pounds ten shillings per annum. Lots. ROUSE BARN FARM, copyhold of the Manor of Cashin, and looking into the Park, comprising a neat house, barn, stabling, and out-buildings, with fifty-foor acres of arable and incadaw Und, let to Mr. StopfVml, at fifty-six pounds per annnm. May be viewed, and Particnhrs had, twerrly^one (fay* prior to the Sale, of John Looe, Esq. Solicitor, GohtsmMu' H�rT:trfl Royal Exchange, where Mr. Hoggart, 62, Old Broad-street, Plans may beneen freehold Residence, with  Offices and Pleasure Grounds, at Money Hill; Freehold Villas and Pleasure Ground* nt Scott's Bridge.- To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday. August 25. at Twelve, in Six Lots. Lot 1. JV/TONKY-HILL HOPSE, a most Hesira-i-V_L ble Freehold Residence, in a delightful situation, with offWs of every description, plpa^ure grounds, and garden, containing nineteen acres, one rood, thirty-seven perches, of excellent land, let to Thomas Fellows, Esq. at u rent of one hundred 'and twenty pounds per annum. Lot 2. An elegant FREEHOLD VILLA, at Scott's Bridge, bounded by a Iront stream, with pleasure grounds, delighttul garden, kc, containing four acres, three root|�, thirty-four perche*, let lo the Hon. and Rev. W. L. Addington, at a rent of ninety (Kiinds per annum. Lot 3. A FIELD,containing three seres,one rood, twenty-six per'hes, Iel to Mr. Stafford. , Lot 4. A FREEHOLD HOUSE, at Scott's Hill, nenr Lot 3, With garden and orchard, containing eight acres, two roods, and one perch, lately occupied by Mr. Plaistow, ai a rent of thirty-two pounds per annum. 1 Lot 5. A COPYHOLD ESTATE, called the Old Coach and Horses Public House, with garden nnd orchard, let to Mr. palter, at fifty pounds per annum. Lot 0. Sundry Pieces of excellent ARABLE and PASTURE LAN D, containing twenty-seven acres, near Lot ~>, at Croxley-green, let to Mr. Plaistow, at thirty-eight pounds per annum. May be viewed by leave of the tenants, and particulars had, twenty-one days prior to the sale, of John Lane, Esq. Solicitor, Goldsmiths' Hall ; of Mr. Taylor, Moor House Farm, who will direct persons to shew ihe lands; at the Essex Arms, Watford ; ht tbe Mart; sad of Mr- Hoggart, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange, where phns may be seen. Small Collection of Pictures removed from Gloncesteishire.- ; To be SOLD hy AUCTION, by Mr. WILLIAMS, at the Property in Denmark and tie Islan�>of St. Croix. aiKta Poliey for�,e00f.-Tobe SOLD by AUCTION,by Messrs. BUS-RELL �od SON; at-GarfawaryVbn Friday; Atagast 4, at Twelve, before the major part of thvComaTrss&mert named In * Commission-of Bankruptcy against1 Mr.'$annjel Sothebv, an4 by Order of the. HighCoert of Chancery, on the Petition of tte Mortgagee', Lot 1. r\NE-FIFTH SHARE of the Ootstand-UiglESTATp and EFFECTS of Captain John Christmas, dec^a^. of^Cgpeabsgeo, partly sscared am Property in Denmark and SL Croix. The Executor* and Commissioners, under whose control, bf the Danish laws, tbe Estate was placed, remitted to England, on account of the above One-Fifth Share, MOL previous to the 1st of December last, and subsequently more, and the residue, to be hereafter received^is the Property now offered for Sale-Lot 2..-A BOJ.leY;�f INSURANCE for 2,008/. in the LONDON LIFE ASSOCIATION* made the 15th of January, 1821, on the "life of a Gentleman aged fifty-five years in July, 1826,wbiett'to4fcyeariy- pajmeat of 91L Particulars May be had.and fortfier. Information may he obtained at j,he QfikesywCMesars. Spenceaod Peshoraugh, Solicitors to the Commission, No, C^Sbe-laae, Bucklersbury ; Particulars also at LloydsCoffee Bouse; the place of Sale; and of Messrs, tfarrelland Son, No. 13, Tokenhouse-yard. Clapton, near Lee -Bridjr*-t�afl>-eapit�l Residence, with Offices, Pleasure  Grounds, Garden, Oreharrts &c -To be SOLD by AUCfffOUVty Messrs. BURRELL and SON at Garraway's, oo-Friday-, Arrgu/rt 4, at Twelve, before th* major part, of the CooimiSswners, -named in a Commusion of Ra nkruptcy agaiost Mr. John Marsh, and by consent of the MorrgJigee, Mr. Taylor, Moot Hou�� Farm,wh* wilt ,�   .-,      ,   ..  . the lands; at the Essex Anns, Watford; af the Wirt; 'an* oft*^.?Pm4S^l^'l??,^,S ^"^�^�fe*^fnnl A^ULY nud leading to in, withextensive worth ISFti&MBSTt"' prodncing nnjA, f�w 47j JEeir&r-Tpvbe SOU) by rs^ssss^-^sraSOP1'' HS&eAR3%*n Ellaible jEASE�fJ^>D PROFERTY, conslsUng oT a Brewery and 'ile BlSfcHil* Houses, situate in the Commercial-road, holden W a Lease y?t 47 Yjears, unexpired, at a Ground Rent.-Fur-'heWticulsrs may be Jiad of MrJHoggart, 62, Old Broad-b*Bt7'B6y�l Exclmnge. Freehold Residence, wilh Coach-house and Stable, Lincoln's Inn-fields, with immediate possession.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by. Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday, the 11th uf August, at 12 o'Clock, unless an acceptable oner be previously oi&dc, AFREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, very desirably situate. IS"o. 10. upon the North, and preferable side of Lincoln's Inn-fields; suitable for^iPuolic Institution, a Professional Gentleman, or maybe lot to advantage in Chambers ; containing-six bed chambers, dressing room, and water closet, drawing'nnd dining rooms ofgood proportions, breakfast room, gentleman's room, and oliices,supplied with spring and soft water, paved yard, coach house and stable, and communication fmm Whetstone Park. May be viewed, and particulars bad on the premises ; at the Mart ; and of Mr. Hoggart, C2, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange. I. _    .____ House Farm, who will direct persons to show the Lands ; at the Essex Arms, Walford ; at ihe Mart; and of Mr. Hoggart, No. 02, Old Broad street, Royal Exchange, where plans, i�.c. may be seen. _ Freeliold and Part Copyhold Farms, near Rickmansworth.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on FriJay, August 2.1, at Twelve, in Seven Lots, Lotl. T ONG LANE FARM, containing alto-JL-i   gether One Hundred and Twenty-nine Acres of rich Arable, Pasture, and Meadow Luul, on the road from Rick-mar.srvorih to Denha:u. Willi Farm House, barn, stabling, and uut-buildinns, let lo Mr. Thomas 1\ ild, at One Hundred and .Sixtv-onc Hounds per annum. Lot '.�. BI'RY LANDS,all Freehold, at the back of the town of Kickmajisworlh, consisting of One Hundred and Forty-one Acres, Two Roods, and Twenty-four Perches, of rich Arable Land, of superior quality, let U> S. Sailer, Er..]. and Co., at Ona Hundred and Ninety Pounds per annum. Lot 3. The HILL FARM, all Freehold, containing together Two Hundred Acres, Two Roods, of rich Arable, Pasture, and Orchard La:id, with a Farm House, barn, and out-buildings, let to Mr. John Sedgwick, at One Hundred and Thirty Pounds per annum-Lot 4. CHARLEY MOOD BOTTOM, with Three Cot-ta;;es, barn, stabling, oirhard, and p.M'\"Ti, containing Eipht Acres, Three Roods, Thirty live Ferclie*, let to .Mr. Joseph Abbey, at Twenty-live I'ounds per Annum. Lot;'.. MOONT FITCH ETTS, �ith a Cottage, barns, garden, and Land, containinc Twelve Acres, Two Roods, Thirty-three Perches, Iel to Mr. Richard Taylor, at Twenty-one Pounds per annum. Lot 0. \ FREEHOLD BRICK KILN", with about Eighteen Acres of Land, Farm Hoose. barn, garden, and orchard, lei to Messrs. Abbey, at Fortv I'ounds per annum. Lot 7. A COPY HOLD FARM, al Norwood, with a Cot-laue, barn, aud buildings, and Twenty-nine Acres of Land, let to Mr. Josh. Lawrence, at Fifty-five Pound* per annum. May be viewed, and particulars bad, twenty-one days prior lo tho sile, of John Lane, Esq. Solicitor, Goldsmiths' Hall ; of Mr. Taylor, Moor House Farm, who will direct personsto show tlie Lands; at Uie Essex Arms, Vatforri : at the Mart; and of Mr. Hoggirt; rj-J, Old Broad street, Ro)al Exchange, where I'lans may be seen. Valuable Freehold Meadow Land, and Farms, near the Town of Rirkmanswort/i, Herts.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HOGGART, at the Mart, on Friday, August 25, in Lot'l. \ ' Very valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, ii. comprising U2 acres and 3 roods of rich water meadow, including eleven acres of woodland, hounded on one side by the rivtr Colue, and on the other side by the Grand Junction Canal, in the occupation of Messrs. Hone, Mercer, Caffall, and Pr.� ne, at Rents amounting to 1661. per annum. Lot 2. A FREEHOLD MEADOW, of i acres, 3 roods,and I 3C perches, let to Mr. Davey, at 111. Ids. per annum. I Lot 3. MILL-END MEADOW, a Freehold and Copyhold Estate, containing together 43 acres, let to Messrs. Hone and Wild, at TOl. per annum. Lot 4. MILL-END FARM,containing together 68 acres, 2 roods, with a valuable Fishery on the Colne, farm house, barn, und outbuildings, Iel to &tr.AIatbe�s, attfiji. per annum. Lot 5. A N URSERY GROl1 N D, let to Mr. Greenus, at V>1. per annum. May be viewed, and printed Particulars had 21 days prior to tho satle, uf John Lane, Rso. Solicitor, Goldsmiths' Hall; of Mr.^Taylor, Moor House Farm, who will direct persons to shew Auction Mart, Bartholomew-lane, This Dav, at Twelve. �    SMALL COLLECTION, OF THIRTY-TWO PICTURES, of the Ancient and Modern Schools, orlhy the allention of Noblemen and Gentlemen forming Collections. To be viewed, and catalogues had al the Mart, and of Mr. W i 1 liams. Throginorton -street. fort of London, July 29, 1826.-For SALE, by order of the Honourable the Commissioners of his Majesty's Excise Revenue, in a Spacious Room, at the Chief Office, Old Broad-: street, on Tuesday, the 15th, Wednesday, the 16lb, Thursday, Ibe 17th, Friday, the 18th, �n.l Tuesday, tlie 22d day of August. 1820, at One o'Clock in tlie Afternoon of each day precis* tj, rHE following GOODS:-Braa4y, Ron, Geneva, Cordials, Shrub, Scotch nnd Irish Whiskey, French and other Foreign Wines, Cologne Spirits, scented Oil, Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, a large quantity of Black and Green Teu, Cayenne Pepper, Curry Powder, Wax Candles, Glass Enamel, empty BoHles and Casks; also a few lots of Wije, QolTee, Cocoa, and Soap, for exportation, part of which are allotted in �uiall quantities, for the bettvr accommodation of several dealers, as well as private persons, who may wish to become purchasers. Catalogues may be had, at 6d. earli, and Samples seen, at lli� Excise Warehouse-keeper's Office, Tower-hill,fromWeokcs�c, wardrobe, eight day clock, marble pierlables, set of dining tables, pedestal sideboard, card tables, window cur tains, sofa, plate, linen, china ami glass, ihe usu '1 description of bed chamber and parlour furniture, and a variety of other elTecls. At the same time will he sold the Lease of the spacious"Premises, consisting of a capital Shop and Warehouse, und excellent Family Dwelling House. The Premises to be viewed till tke Sale, the Stock on Monday previous, and the furniture on Thursday the 10th, when Particulars end Catalogues may be had on the Premises; and of Mr. AdamsoD, 11, Billiter-square. THE'LEASE of truly d held for 99 years, at a irround Bedford-place, Kensincton.-Eligible for Investment.-To be SOLD by Al'CTION. by Mr. GIliBONS. at Garraway's, by direction of the Proprietor, on Wednesday, August 9, at Twelve, lesirable PREMISES, irround rent of 8/. 8s., sitnated in Bedford-pltce, within eight doors of High-row, recently completed in ihe most tasteful style of decorative repair, for the immediate receptioa of a sinall genteel family. Tbe Premises are of the presumed value of 60/. per annum, and must be suJd without reservation. Particulars may be had of Messrs. Fisher and Spencer, Wal-bt. ok-buildiags; and Mr. Gibbons, 3, Bucklersburv. Messrs. 1MBER and GARDENER respectfully inform the : Public, that they will SELL by AUCTION, at Garraway's, on Wednesday, August 2, in Lois, unless acceptable offers are previously made by Private Contract, Very respectable Public House anil Inn, known by the sign of the George, situated in the best part of SJnithfield market  Tlie Premises have been lately rebuilt, are W�il ittod up, and held- ou lease for upwards of twenty years, at a moderate rent.   Also, a first-rate full price Baker s Shop, in Uie bast part of Kensington, doing nearly fifteen sacks per week. Ajcninpact Cottage Residence at Holloway, with stables and paddock, at a ground rent  A Ditto, at Winchmore Hill, wilh stabling, and about four acres of land.   And two Leasehold Houses and Shops, near Covent-gardcn and Bishnpsgate-street. Particulars may be had at Garraway's, and of (he Auctioneers Ifcc, 40, Hatton-garten. '. _____room over, harr.pss room, &.C May be viewen twelve days pieceding the Sale, by Tickets, which, with Particulars, may be had of Messrs. Burrell and Son, No. IS, Tokenhouse-yard j Particulars also at Lloyd's and Garraway's CoTee-hou'.'.'S. Valuable Lort? Leasehold l>tate, hel I of the City of London, close to Newiugtun-cuuievray, Surrey.-To be SOLD bv AUCTION, by Messrs. BURRELL and SON, r-.t Gnira waj's, on Tuesday, AiiSQM 15. a�Twelve, in one Iwt - j   - i    ---    -  -----\J v-----_--' --   -       s.. -     , � i � VU(^   p* ^411 _ AValuable LEASEHOLD ESTATE, comprising SEVEN respectable newty-erecied HOUSES with small Nos. 6. T, 8, 0, 10, II, and 12, in Crreat Unrnn- street from Newington-causeway to the Soutbwark-bridRe-i the several occupations of Messrs, Merchant, Dillv ^ -T,;'."^'  Hewitt, Watkins, and Lee,  respecubla at will, at rents amounting to 252/. per annum.  The -,_.......� small gardens, Nos. 6. T, 8, 9, 10, II, and 12, in Crreat Union street, Icadior from Newiugton-canseway to the Southwark-bridge- ronrf, in----------   "    '        ~ Giddings tenants at win, ai renis amounting to 252/. per annum. The Estale is held for a term of fifty-eight years, at a gronnrl-rent of Mfi. per annum. The premises may be viewed, by leave of the ter/onts, ten days preceding tlie sale, when particulars may be had at the sign of the Sportsman PnbliC'honse, the comer of Great Union-street; at thepla-:e of Sale; and'of Messrs. Burrell and Son, 13,Token-v bouse>yard. Valuable Freehold and Leasehold Estates on !r-i�st ft*. lerms, producing F*ar Htrhdred a^T^'e^Aw^lwd^^? rises bn Tuesday' Anew* 15,-�tl>el�e, in Stares'fcotaT THE ERBEI^LD PROPERTY comp�* FOURTEEN Yoiiteatiai neat CCTTAGE,- RESIDENCES, with gardens, yerj pleasantly vixs^y�m^xa^\ leading from Gedr^t^^flh^Ttf' tie new North-road t^^ subject to two ZT*^^^ preceding, whenpartico-Son, 13, Tokenhouse-yard   

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