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New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - August 21, 1826, London, Middlesex &*b#MCA,MkJuiy,isao. ^jtualiiqg his Majesty s 'E^rri.xt, they mil be oft a ON, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, ^826. ( pun* JaEVRNPBNrK. . .__> ensuing season, and to j^arb thereof ft;1*"*?*. 3SwtmUimWXmhi"mS^. into it Majesty's Vic-taalling Stores alOevttiifJi Pca-tsmouuVaod- Plymouth, in such proportioDS a* (ball EjreafterJwifeqoired-one hall thereof, on or^bj^ra^baJB^^^ February; a�4 the other half, on or lesa^si^^^^ma^reraire^?th>'Uth^^temoer Jin pur-aaaace of another Advertisement of tins dareXvlortae supply of Salt Meatj^wr^tar .and. the WeatJUidAa-JilttwU tod Colonies, the of Toer fJufcsand Fire Hundred Tsert*Sr�r,iS�6�lUM�onrThontapd Five H quired Tierces of la^SrStfeeieaikfrM toridelivery alDeptford(and, iri that case, may be tendered for on the SSta, with the onantOiw .above-^ere^^t^^a^i^a^'a^'te " usu^1^' without The cooditiona of the Contract* may be seen at this Office, or Mfptliiia; total*. J; Dunstervllle, Agent' for the Victnal-laKtMgCorktto&8 Collecfaraafhts Majesty's Customs at _ % Belfast, Kewry'and Waterford. and to the Secretary -MorvMtaP&t a less quantity than shall be equal to Three J�-J-'*-taf Beef, or Three Hundred Tierces of Pork, -.and.jeach Tender mnst specify the price in wbrijsnxtt&th: aid 'be delivered to the Board before One o^w*oftw'day-* appointed, and most be accompanied by a letter, signed by two responsible persons, engaging to become toutut-mth .the-party-tendering, io the- penal sum of one-third of Ih'e ampnntof the Contract,.for the doe performance of the same. TnV'persrjti Vho make* the' Tender, or some person on his behalf, must attend te answer when called for. M. WALLER CLIFTON. CLERGY ORPHAN CORPORATION, Saint John's Wood, Marv.-lp-bone. PATRON-The KING. PRESIDENT-Eight Hon. and Right Rev. Lord Bishop c tONDON. VICE-PRESIDENT-Right Hon. Lord KENYQN. Notice is hereby Given, that a QUARTERLY GENERAL MEETING of this Incorporated Society, for Clothing, Mam taining, and Educating Poor Orphan Children of Clergymen oi the Established Church of England, until of age lobe put apprentice, will be hplden at the Freemasons'Tavern, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn-fields, on Thursday, the 24th instant, at half-past Two o'Clock precisely. ___G.A.E. MARSH, M.A. Secretary. er PS NOTICE to LAMP CONTRACTORS-p sons desirous of LIGHTING the PUBLIC LAM. ~ of the TO^FN of DEAL, (about 130), from the 29th of September to 29th of'March ensuing, with the brst Oil osed for that purpose. (The Lamps to he alight from Sun Set till 3 A.M., except six nights each month, namely, four nights before the night of, and the night after, the full Moon,; are requested to send seaUi! Tenders, directed to the Commissioners of Deal Pavement, on orbefore the 29lh instant, at noon; and the Person whose tender will be accepted will be required to enter into 8drety for the Completion of his Contract; and further infor-matioutnay be had by applying to t^rrc-^ Deal, Aag.J7.18j6._Clerk to the CiiramissSooers. CHEAP BOOKS, PRINTS. PORTRAITS^ and DRAWINGS* on SALE, at 82, Newgate-street,- The aitenrion of (ho Reading Public, and of BookBuvers ir. ieneral, is respectfully solirited to D0W DING'S GENERAL; I CATALOGUE of SECOND HAND BOOKS; containing: nearly 1:20,000 Volumes of the best, most useful, and -cheapest Works extant, in every Class of Literature. Among those of the most prominent are the following, viz.:-Encyclopaedia Bri-tannica, fast edition, !&> vols, boards, IhL rnihlished.nt SSU.; or half bound in Russia, 22i. 10*.; or elegantly whole bound in call, 231.10s. Dr. Rees'sCyclopaedia,ia 85 parts,7s. 6d. each, published at 20s.; or quite new, and warranted perfect, 8s. ftl. each : the tine nival paper ditto, proof plates, 12s. Cd. each, pnb-lisUed at 3tis. Of splrudvd Worka are ihe following, viz. :- Bowyer's Hume's England, lOvols. in 5, folio, calf pit, 1W. 18s. published at 701.; another Copy, in 10 vols, rnssiu extra, 211. Slacklin's Bible, 6 vols, folio, bonrds, 22i. I0i. published at 70*. another Copy, 6 vols, calf extra, 28*. 10s.; another Copy, tt vols, russia extra, 30/. Boydell's Shakspeare, 9 vols, folio, rnssia extra, 24/. (all orifciBnJ SuhsKription Copies). The Cutalojrue also includes a rich profusion ef esteemed Portraits and PriaU, ice. with a large assemblage of real Oriental Drawings, of exquisite beauty, and of extreme rarity. SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. ROBINS 'have great) pleasure satisfaction in announcing to the PvJrtie. that they instrnct�l to OFFER for immediate SAiaO* WttVA COVTRACT.oneof ~****rrm* and An IaveatsMat of. fint-rateL ScoflaiaL--TW� E*ate�af~ ROBINS SALES BY AUCTION Valuable Distillery Pla�t and Utensils in Trad.\ House, and Countios-honsH. Fixtures* and misceiianeona effects. War- wjck-Une.-To ' " ' " ----- rTIO the �WNERS and PROPRIETORS of the Tfy.ttt)S heretofore part of the Possessions of the late Bhttult ' Ru� SalijBeef FreahBeef Floor OMieal Swt leT' : Potatoes ; Scotch Barley and, Leith Kingstown, Dabl, Montrose Lame Stranraer Killlbetcs Westport Galway Cork Danmure East. ' ;. JCWSTOM-HOUSE, LONDON, Aagust 2, 182B. npjre ^uinusstobera of his Majesty's Customs do JL �JheW>y jrive"Tfotice, that they WflT be ready to receive at the Custom-Uonae. London, on the 1st of Septemher next, Teaderr in: writing (sealed op), and treat for the supply of Pro-vUcag. jfor the nsaof thu Cruisers and Vessels employed under their .direction,, for nine calendar months, from the 11th of October Beit, to the 5th July, 1027, inclusive. To be delivered fi**^-all'charge, into the boats of the said vessels, as follows,, viz. .. ENGLAND. SCOTLAND. _ IRELAND Deptford "SheernessB Porirmonlh ' Cowes AVeymouth Fxmonth PlymOnlh >at Fowey Falmouth Penzance Milford Berwick Qrimsby N.Yarmottth Harwich * Including the quarantinef Establishment*, at Standgate Cree*, and M�for� Haven. ENGLAND. Graveaend, Ooyer. Poole. Bruihajn. llfracnmbe, Douglas, Isle of Man No regard will be had to any. Tender in which the prices shall bo} be inserted in wordB at length, or that shall not be made onv orahesed to, one of tne printed Particulars, to be procured from th&tBastoaMsattaat, ar.marest to, the places where the said Prana|oji* are; to be delivered, and at the Secretary's Office, CusEouvw^te. London, Dunlin, and Leith, (at which last-men-tionfedplacesthe conditions of the Contract may be seen;) or thatshall not'be delivered in, or sent, post paid, addressed to the Secretary at .thp Mid Custom-house, London, before twelve o'clockvon the,said 1st of September next; nor unless the same is accompanied by a Letter, signed by two substantial persons, engirding to'become bound with the party tendering, in the penal 8um4>rsams mentioned against the respective places in thefollow-ing^ist, (according to those for which they may tender) fur the dne performance of the contract; er thai shall not be accompanied by samples of the articles required in the printed particulars. ry or Abbey of STRATFORD LANGTHORNE, i" the Parish of tTestnani �nd Conntv of Essex. Notice is hereby given, that a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the said OWNERS-and PROPRIETORS will beheld at the Yorkshire Grey and Spread Eagle, at Stratfdid aforesaid, on Saturday, the 20th day of August, instant, to hear read the case submitted to Counsel, and his Opinion thereon ; to take into consideration the repairs requiring to be made to Bow and ChanncUea Bridges; as to raising the requisite amount for repaying the Trustees of the Middlesex and Essex Turnpike Roads; the money necessarily expended by them dnrinc the last three years, in repairing the Road, liable to be repaired by such Abbey Land Owners, and also the Arrears of Composition due to such Trustees; to take into consideration the expediency of appl>ing to Parliament for an Act to raise Rates for the foregoing purposes; to authorise the Secretary to give the requisite Notices ; and to transact such other Business as may be submitted to such Special General Meeting. Dated this 10th August, 1SW. GEORGE DACRE, Secretary and Solicitor. STEPHEN MUNDAY, Collector. Stratford, Essex. EAGLE BRITLSH and ASSURANCE OFFICES, Cafikagea, Potatoes, only ( I u SCOTLAND. Aldrmey, Aberdeen, Cromarty, Cambeltnwn, Greenock. and Regent-street. COLONIAL Established IS07, LIFE Cornhill DIRECTORS. Benjamin Rmkin, Esq. John .Inland Rawlinson, T.=q. John Richards, Esq. Heter Skipper, Esq. Richard Whiteaves, Esq. Kdward William M'indus, F.-q. Sir Wn, Rawlins, Chairman. Sir John Perring. Bart., and Aid. Deputy Chairman. .Samuel Bircb. Esq. Aid. Christopher Fryer, Esq. Thomas Greenaway, Esq. "Waller Anderson Peacock, Esq . MANAGING DIRECTOR- W. Beetham.Esq. F.S.A. F.L.S. AUDITORS. John Blackburn, Esq. I Robert Holl, Esq. John Newton, Esq. I PHYSICIAN-John Spurgin, M.D., Guildford-strcet, SURGEON-James Saner, Esq. Finsbnry square. ACTUARY-Henry P. Smith, Esq. The Directors have caused new Tables lo be calculated, in which the values of Mile and Female Life are, for the tirst time distinguished. Annual Paymenlrequired forthe assurance of 100/. to be received on the death of a Male. Female. wjck-Une.-Tote SOLD by AUCTION, by'sf EVENS-, and BRENCHLEY, on the Premises, No. 39, Warwick-1 lane, Newgale-street, o.t Wednesday, the 6lh of September, and following day, ut Twelvo, by order of the Executors oi Mr. L. Shirley, The Valuable TLA NT, comprising two large worm-tnts, with copper nr.i pewter worms, four capital fopper stills, copper pumps, pewter, and lead pipes, brass Cocks, and other metal, n lap;e quantify of copper, cast iron liquor back, 10 stout iron-bound ilnre vats and casks, from ~>D gallons to 3,.i00; 600 small spi.it c-i.�!n and keg>>, a quantity of Gern.ao berrir", hand trucks, p'llley, ladders, two iron srale beams and plunks, and iron weights, chaff-cutting machine ; the fixtures in the dwelling-honse, counting house, desks, iron repository, and miscellaneous effects. May be viewed one dav previous to the Sale, and Catalogues had nn ihe Premises; and of Stevens and Brenchley, 3f>, Old Jewry. Lon.lon Hriilge.-ValuableW'iiter-xi.le Premises.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, l.y Messrs. STEVENS and BRENCHLEY, at the Auction Mart, on Friday, Sept. 1, nt Tnelve, 4 VERY desirable and improvable LEASEHOLD xJL ESTATE, comprising a stark of substantial warehouses, consisting of three floors, situate in Montague.close, Southwurk, with frontage to the Ki�er, and possessing every facility for landing and warehousing goods. The property joining ihe New London Bridue, offers a mo>t eligible opportunity for investment. The Fjtate is held on lease, for an unexpired term of '�> years, from Lady-day last, stthject to a ground-rent. May be viewed, and particulars had at the place of Sale ; of Messrs. Bourdillon and Hewitt, Solicitors, Bread-street; unrl of $tevens and Brenchley. 3C. Old Jewrv The Drama. are ATE THE FINUST ESTATES IN ESGhfSO. situate within 100 miles of the Metmnolia, andtefl Jttu>* from a fashionable Watering Place. The limits of M aVfrertiaemenl preclrrde the possibility of any thinj; beyond a' brief summary of this magnificent douiain; It emEraceJ the most DISTINGUISHED MANSION IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, erected by Mr. James Wyalt, only forty years since, at an expense exceeding 100,000/. The Park Grounds are of a nature corresponding rviih the splendour of the Mansion, and attached io it, are THIRTY-ONE FARMS. INCLUDING NEAR 0,000 ACRES OP RICH LAND, within a ring fence ; there are beside FOUR LIVINGS, PRODUCING UPWARDS OF 2,0001. A YEAR, and thirty Cottages, together with THE MANORS, ROYALTIES, AND IMMUNITIES, EXTENDING OTER 10,flQO ACRES. The Rental is capable of great increase, inasmuch as the had* of the Noble Owner are proverbially sood,�nd in the most brilliant state ofcnWvilfoH. R�in#^t> . ______iNfTOUlSIW A YEAH. There is also connected with this line property, and only tft'o miles distant, nearly THE WHOLE OF A PARISH, including five Farms of remarkably geod land, a Rectory, the Corn Tithes, ami extensive Manors. This property may be treated for separately; it produces a rental of 1,700/. A YEAR, i'rom the foregoing description it is not too much lo add, that it offers to the public an investment exceeding in consequence and valne any funs upon record. The Estate ^bonn'ls with an imiensity of game, and the Park is environed by 220 acres of plantation, of Rl \ ears growth. The value of this highly interesting property is infinitely increased by the circumstance of bein� exempt from tithe (excepting a f.-w solitary instances,,and the poor rates and out-goings are unusually low . (Jn.?-balf of j Property ia r. County of have much satisfaction in JTJL f!vnd�ri*rb> &e immediate attention rfCapftalfsts AN INVESTMENT OF SINGULAR IMPORTANCE, comprehending one of the most desirable PROPERTIES IN SCOTLAND, where it is known that from the strict entail on more than one lialf of this tojrkly favoured eontitry, the opportunity to invest largely isoos of rare 'Occurrence. The Estate thus offered to their eaussdeiatioa is situate IN THE PARISH OF COLMONOL, AJ�T> . COUNTY OF AYR, and in times when agricultural distress may occasionsIty present itself, it ia of no small importance to investwnerethere are NO TYTHE8 OR POOR KATBIr these are advantages that will not foil to be taty^affnosisd, and ia a manner corresponding with' the ImaMnajty dl these lands, which include upwards of ENGLISH ACRES. This improvable property has of late years facatned *, valne which in former periods it had been a gtraajrer to, ant by aeans of an outlay exceeding -�t�,oeo, which baa brought the lands into the present higUy cultfvat.d state. The Rental is very low, with a vh^r^^�rcoiirj v.-^A, RORTSsTatWaiferW it Resith lence, in the njoat esday, Angus* �, at Twelve, Books, 6:c GATE, at Deptford........ 300 Gravesend .... 150 Sheerneas.....800 Dover......... 150 Portsmouth.... 600 Cowes........ 300 Poole......... 150 Wcytnontii.... 600 Exmonth......150 Brixham;:.....150 � 600 150 300 450 150 Plymouth Fowey.... Falrqeuth , Penzance. Iifracorabe Milford.......800 Douglas......130 Berwick......150 Grimsby......450 Yarmouth.....soo IRELAND. � � Kingstown.... 600 Galway.......300 Lame.......... 300 Cork.......... 600 Killfbeg*...... 300 Dunmore~..> ,r., Westport...... 300 East J 150 By Order of the Commissioners, T. WHITMORE, Secretary � Harwich......600 Alderney......150 SCOTLAND. Leith..........690 Montrose......450 Aberdeen....... 150 Cromarty....... 150 Campbeltown 150 Greenock..... Stranraer.... 150 450 WILTS AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. -The next ANNUAL MEETING of this SOCIETY will beholden on WEDNESDAY, Ang.23, in the Town Hall, Devices. The Chair to be taken by WATSON TAYLOR, Esq.M.P. precisely at Twdreo'Clock. C. LUCAS, } T. D. METHUEN, S Secretaries. R. ELLIOTT, > _' fitJTFACTCRERS' RELIEF COMMIT- . Tsii.-At Meeiincs of ihe COMMITTEE (or ihe RELIEF or tM�l8T*fcS8E� nrAVUFACTUREKS, beld at No. 19, Bishops-nt�r�rro�t/WHliiM, on tbe foOovlni; davs. vis. :- MonaaV, Utb Aaci�t, LANCELOT HA SLOPE, E,q. in tbe Chair. It was resolved-That grants beinade- Ts �iMnWnttir fnr rinttilnr. riiil't'rnrl rmnt �ioo To HDaadand Rastricfc, uear Halifax, ditto Sou TUordtoa. near ftradflirt.'Yorkriilre, ditto . son iftbgbton Tower, near Btaekborn, diUo - 150 Ca>tne, Lancashire, ditto - - - - too Wednesday, 16ti Aurnit, tbe Rigbt Hon. LORD MAYOR, ia tbe Chair; Padjham, Higaaro, Symonston, and He;bonses, additional grant ' ' - - - - son Ttarradav,lTlh Anrmt, JOHN ABEL SMITH, Esq., in the Chair; MacelesSeld, additional grant 5
^ . where th� Geaara) Cam- l"-!!iS""!T!v t^Snii^rilER,R^reta^prttert. AaWfiHlassita the Cammiwe*-atari be addreateA�TrrincU Free. liaCt�Q. Loadan," and lapersoribad irVK ' i>------\ u~ c . rooms, tv.o parlours coiuniunicating, �-xcelleot kitclu'n, scullery, UUSor.l.S CyVn.1 rJO.- 1 resent friCCs, Ior|WJt|, pU111p 0f sprir.g ualer, basement, pantry, cellaring, large net Cash on delivery :-The best quality, and the most �ilrilell, ^reen-house, grapery, and paddock, the whole in perfect splendid patterns ever manufactured, 4s. lid. a yard ; an excellen: J ,rj, r, mid k ith immediate possession. At the same time will be quality, in patterns not quite so modern, 4s. a yard ; the quality | sold a Freehold Ground Rent, arising from and amply secured and paiterns generally to be met with, anil cnjle.t the best, 3s. upOIi t,Vo genteel CutUges adjoining, producing 30/. per auiium. 1 Ik- premises may be viewed till the sale, and particulars had the:con; also, at the Prince of H'altb, Brixton ; Swan, Slock-well ; of J. D. Tovvse. E�q., solicitor, Fishmongers'-hall, at the Mart; and of Mr. Herring. IO1). Fleet street.___ Southend, Essex.-Valuable Sea Grounds, Oyster Layings, nd i'reiin^s. To he SOLD by PUBLIC Al;CT1 ON, oy B1 ..- Upwards of'2,U()t> French non Knglish Plavs, Law c.-Tg be SOLI) hy AtCTION, by Mr. SOUTH-it his Rooms, 22, Fleet-street, on Wednesday next, August 23, and Five following Bays (Sunday excepted), at Half-past Twelve o'clock each Day, INCLUDING a Second Portion of the STOCK of Mr. Ch.irles Taylor, by order of the Assignees, consisting of Quantities of the Spectator, Tatler, and Guardian ; Ri vington, Sntlaby, and Sharpe's Classics; Hume, Smollett, and Scott's England ; Robinson Crusoe; Harvey's Meditations; Bue.yan's Pilgrim, &c. mostly in elegant bindings ; and, In Quarto-Encyclopedia Britannira, 20 vols.\ Supplement Id ditto, 12 parts ; Antiquarian Repertory, 4 vols, calf gilt ; tewen's Birds, 8 vols, in 4 ; Church's Cabinet ot Quadrupeds; Asiatic Researches, 9 vols.; Nares' Glossary; Phihuophical Transactions, IS volf. In Octavo-Reed's Shakspeare, 12 vols, calf gilt; Scott's Poetical Works. 10 vols, call gilt; NichoLson's Enclopsedia, (i vols. ; l^dinburgh Annual Register, 22 vols.; Uodsley's ditto. 10 vols, 1815-21: Heyne's Virgil, 4 vols.; OldPlays, 10 vols.; Johnson's Works, It vols.; Donovan's Shells, S vols.; Ben Jonson's Works,!) vols, calf gilt; )'.-ilish Essayists, 4^ vols, do.; Hooke's Rome,8 vols. Rivingion: Manley Wood's Shakspeare, 14 vols, large paper, calf gilt; Malone's Shakspeare, 21 vols.,&c. Works of itobertsun, Bacon, Blair, Palvy, Toplady, Hooke, Gibbon, Ac. Also, a quantity of Works in Quires; among which willbt found, Kirke White's Remains,4 vols.; Baxtei's Divine LiTc, 2 vols. ; Kemble's Theatre, 8 vols.; Horace, Homeric. Together with upwards of i,000 Frem-h aud English Plavs, Parliamentary Reports, \c. May be viewed, and Catalogues had at the Rooms. The first Safe of Mr. William Honeysett'a valuable and ito-proveable Estates, at Dahton aud Kingsiand, which will be SOLD b) Al'CTION, by Mr. J. K. KENT, at the Tyssen Arms, UaKloti, on Wednesday, August 23, at Two precisely, by order of i he Assignees of Mr. \V . Honeysett, of Dalston, Bui'.der, a Bankrupt, ir Lots, valuable LKA> I'HOLD ESTATKS, con- sis! in-.' of Tiirei' ele;r'.'it A 'ilia Itesnlencea, delisihtfully situate at Park-road, Dalston, hatid^nmely fitted up. with tlie and g irden a! in \\ ood'and- slreet. DaKton, containing fiur room* each, with gardens. Also Two Houses in Honduras-phicc, Dovvnham-roai', Kmgs-land-ioad, ami a Pint of Ground sufficient to build a house upon. Also, the L-.ise, Fixtures, and FitlinTs-iip of a Grocer's Shop, loge'lier with a I1 lot of (iround siifliciei t to build I houses upon, situate at Dils'on, ne.ir the Tyssen Arms; together with the Bankrupt's Interest in an agreement for Lease or Leases of Ten House*, in Woodland-street. Dalston, aforesaid. The Estates are all held for long tern:*, at trifling ground rents. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had of Mr. Hom-castle. Solicitor to '.he Cotnnibsion, Crooked-lane, (Gannon-street; also of Messrs. B-itler ami Teague, Solicitors, jj, Cannon-street; at the George Inn, Coinmerci il-road ; at the Eagle Tavern, Mile-endrosd ; Mermaid, Hackney; Tyssen] Arms, Dalston: at Garrawaj's; and at the Ofiice* of TNIr. J. | K. Kent. Auctioneer, Surveyor, and Aruuntant,2">. Fleet-street. | Brixtnn-hill, Surrey. Freehold Cottage Residence, with Garden, | Paddock. Chaise "House, and Stabling anda Fre�hold Ground I H^KJHTEEN CASES of FRENCH WINES, �"Lrri^V�r AJ,riU',trT� u I J' IS ?N' V' tL( of excellent quality, offered without a restricting price, Mr.HERRINt.,attheMart,onMednesday,theJOth August,, \. 2X ,,uzfn of sparkling ChanTpijne at twelve o rock, bv direction of the executors, in two lots, ,i ,..,i, r'i.r i i ku��..� \t.T.?- iu a^,JL � - .1.11 ldi'I'Iiiii p. 24 du/en ut hrst gmv\ in Claret, Cnatanx .Margot; 18 dozen ot A (.h.N 1 l-.LL Compact detaclltcl t KlvbiiULU , S(. ju|je,l; a;So30 dozen of admirable Burgundy; and three JIl COTTAGE, of uniform elevation, substantially erected, ,,t lim.. Shcrr:. neatly bnished, in iinila.'ion of Stone, the Property and Residence! The Wines may be cleared hy the purchasers, or will be delivered in town at a small charge Messrs. Robic*, Cov'Pt-garden. \\ alclies, Plate, and Jewellery ; also some Lots of Perfumery. Mock, and the Wardrobe -if a Ladv, deceased. - To be SOLb Dalston usual domestic offices, chaise house, stables, &c back and front. Also, Sevi-n brick-built House: AVery neat jatA pleasant' RESIDEaftGE, ze. centfy repaired at a great expense, situate No. 35, Ooeeo's-row, Walworth, a corner bouse with large walled garden at the side and back. It is ia excellent order for instant occupation, and contains accommodation far a moderate sized family, being held for 40 years, at a ground rent of it. only. May be viewed, and particulars had also at the Mart, and of Messrs. Robins, Covent-garden.__ Worthing, on the Colonnade, and in the High-street.-An excellent Freehold Residence and Offices, with Coach Houses and tour-stall Stable, and Freehold House, Shop, and Premises, also � Wolhing Paving Bond.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, bv Messrs. ROBINS,at the Sea Honse, Worthing,on Thursday, Aug. 31, at Twelve, in Four Lois, by the direction of the Executors of the late Isaac Cooper and Win. Coperand, Esqrs. | A n F.^cellent FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, de-i .XJL sirably situate No. I, in the b�st part of the | COLONNADE at WORTHING, immediately adjoining the principal Library : it consists of four bed chambers, two drawing rooms, t'.e front one leading to a large balcony, commanding fine views of the seaj also two parlours, water closet, and all requisite domestic offices bclpw. The situation is so excellent, that, either as a residence, or with a view to let it.it is equally desirable; also, two roach houses and four-stalled stable, let at 151.15s. a vear, in Market-9treet. A capital FREEHOLD HOCSE ami PREMISES ; is de-sir,bly situate in the best part of the HIGH STREET, WORTHING, consisting of an excellent well built Residence, with an infinity of offices, leading to a large garden and premises behind, and connected with the most capital and elegant Shop. The property has been much underlet at 50'. a-year, to Mr. Weboerly, tor seven or fourteen years, but tbe real annual valne exceeds seventy guineas. Also a Worthing Paving Bond. The Premises may be viewed with permission of the tenants, and particulars bad twenty-one days prior ; also at the Sea House, Worthing; at the Old Ship, Brighton; of Messrs. An ory and Cole, Throguiorton-street; and Messrs. Rabins, Covent-garden. EXTENSIVE LANDED INVESTMENTS. Messrs. robins are instructed to offer for Sale, on advantageous terms, viz. : - THE UGGESHALL ESTATES in SUFFOLK, five miles from Southwold, au excellent Residence, and 230 Acres of Land ; he Residence is adapted to the comfortable occupation of a "i-mily of respectability, with lawn, slirnbbery, good orchard, and kitchen garden ; tbe Land is of a superior order, aud is entirely adapted to fattening Cattle with great pecuniary advantage. BRA.NSTON HALL, four miles from Lincoln, in Lincolnshire, a Family Mansion, in a finely wooded Park of 100 Acres, with ornamental sheets of water, and farm of 400- acres of superior Land,with Manorial rights, extending over 5,000 Acres of Land abounding with game. TTie Estate is all Freehold, and with the exception of 131 Acres, is free of tithe. THE FYFIELD ESTATE, in Oxon, font miles from Bur-ford, a very line Estate, with a view to investment; it includes hull the Parish, including 477 Acres, and the Tithes, extending over 1,020 Acres, with a superior Residence built of freestons, happily placed in the centre of the Estate, encircled by extensive shrubberies, lawn, and plantation, with right of shooting and lishing, and in the centre of several packs of fox-hnunds. THE ESTATE and MANOR of TREGGATT, with the royalties, aud great rents, and Two Farms of 500 Acres of Land, within three miles of Monmoutb, let for 350i. per annuia, and several Cottages, and Wood Lands ; also the Advowson and next Presentation, the annual valve about 300/. a year. The situation is unusually inviting, and the Cottage Oruee may be easily adapted to fauiilv occupation. THE BRA DEN HAM LEYS ESTATE, in the County of Norfolk, live miles from East Deerham, together with 2.S0 Acres of Land, let to a respectable tenant at 400(. a year, with an excellent Residence, and every requisite building connected with rfgricollural pursuits, and in the best possible order, the land Iving unusually compact,and within a ring fence, and has many . _ , advantages important to the consideration of a capitalist. �jpye park, "Wilts, With the Manors.-To Oft FOl'ii ELIGIBLE FARMS in MONMOUTHSHIRE, I O LET, Unfurnished, for a term of years, by Messrs. exceeding sTU Acre*, tithe free, eight miles from Abergavcuny, ROBINS, the highly-favoured Estate called SPYE PARK*, with comfortable Farm Houses, and corresponding buildings, situate in the most esteemed)-- t of Wilts, and within a short together with the manorial rights connected with this property. nme 0f Bath. The Majsionii precied of Bath stone, with The situation peculiarly desirable, in a country'remarkable for baudsome pillars, and a stone gallery to the principal front, its beauty, und in the vicinity of three markets of the best des- :rom which the views are alike interesting and extensive, criution. There is a beautiful wildness in tbe disposition of the Park V MANSION and FOUR FARMS, 719 Acres of Land,four (hat cannot fail to add to the just renown which Spye Park miles from Hastings, vvilh orchards and pleasure grounds, farm has alwaj9 maintained. The domain, including the Park and houses, and outbuildings. J Farm, is about 050 acres. There are three Manors, extending Particulars at Messrs. Robins' Offices, in Covent-garden. ! about seven miles, and approximating to Lord Lansdowa'a N.B. The above are all one property. Estates. The furniture, and the deer in the park, are to be taken Yen Choice French wines, in the London Docks, viz. Bur-! at a valuatjon.-Particulars may be had at Messrs. Robins' giindv. Champagne, Claret, aud Sherry. To be SOLD bv j Offices, Covent Garden On the Bank of the River Wye, and within half a mile of Chepstow.-By Messrs. ROBINS, TUTS HILL HOUSE, a superior Residence, erected a few years since must substantially, and combining iu the interior all the comfort that a respectable family can in reason desire; it is encompassed by Us pleasure-grounds and plaulaiion, and the offices are of a corresponding order. The. views from this delightful abode must be seen to be fully appreciated. The Wye. and the Severn form a principal featnre, while ia the intermediate space are Piereefield Park, Winscliff, &.C he.; there U a>paddock of two teres,, and more, may be had, and permission to snoot over several extensive manors. 'J Particulars may be had in Covent-garden._ On the Bank of the River, near Kingston.-By M essrs. ROBINS, ASuperior and very gentlemanly RESIDENCE, the entrance by a Lodge gate of unusual taste, encompassed by pleasure grounds and plantation walks, happily placed on the Bank of the River, at an agreeable distance from the high road, and immediately vis-a-vis to Hampton Court Park ; it is contiguous to Kingston, and yet possessing all the retirement that can reasonably be desired. The, House is adapted lo afford the most perfect accommodation l a respectable family, with corresponding offices of every description, and environing the whole are the Park Meadows, of seventeen acres, approximating to the rural road to Ewell and Dorking; the kitchen garden is encompassed by lofty walls, with hot and succession houses, an ice house conveniently placed, and, in fine, every comfort that usually appertains to a country Residence will be conspicuous here. There is an additional paddock of 7 acres if it bo desired. The Property is Freehold, save only a very small portion, and immediate possession may be bad. �UH.TION, by Messrs. ROBINS, at their Rooms, Piazza, Coi ent garden, TH IS DAY, Aug. 21, at Twelve, without anv reservation. ud. a yard.-GRAHAM aud Co. 291, High Holborn. V> WAITHMAN have now ready for inspection some beautiful specimens in SHAWLS, of a very Superior Manufacture, made in this country, of the same material as the real India Shawls, and not to be distinguished from them. For delicacy of texture, durability, and correctness of colouring and design, ti.ey will be found the most compUteand economical substitute further Foreign Shawls of any yet produced.-104. Fleet-street, corner of New Bridge street.-India Shawls bough! sold, and exchanged. bv AUCTION Covent-gard F'm The Barnes Elms Estates, on tbe Bank of the River.-Etc-gant Mansion, with finely wooded Park and Pleasure Ground, with or without an adjoining Farm.-To be SOLD, by Messrs ROBINS. BARNES ELMS PARK, with its uniformly admired MANSION, combining every thing that a first rate Family can reasooablv desire, agreeably placed in the centre of a linelv wooded Park o? ' ONE HUNDRED AND TWO ACRES . . of rich land ; the Pleasure Grounds are disposed, not merely in Samples und Catalogues of I uie best taste, but may be confidently held up as a model, I whereon the judgment of others may safely confide. Tbe intermediate space presents THE ORNAMENTAL LAKE, occupying four acres, in a serpentine (arm; a vista, formed of full grown elms, conimanicates from the Mansion to tike RlVer. b> Messrs. ROBINS,at their Rooms, Piazza, on Wednesday next, August 23. at Twelve, E SILVER WATCHES, some by good I The Park and D?main_altoSeUier include, 125a. 1 r. 19p. of land makers: useful articles of Plate, iu spoons, for^s, uiilk- ! of a superior quality. The purchaser may have the option of the pots; Jewellery, in rings, pins seals, brooches, ear-rings, &c ; j '"^i^'^'.fewed, by tickets only, which may be had, with par-guns and pistoU, superfine cloth and kerseymere, good apparel,!- . ' ... .�.�!-_ ., J�>^- - #s 1 _T7 I T variety of useful drapery and mercery; shawls, sheets, audi CAPITAL Furnished Mansion, Coach House, Stabling, and Extensive Pleasure Grounds, mar the Forest, Essex.-To be LET, Furnished, bv Messrs. DRIVER, a very commodious and large MANSION HOUSE, appropriate fur the reception of any Family of the first 'distinction, most pleasantly situate on the borders of Epping Forest, only six miles from London. It contains capital dining and drawing rooms, library, and breakfast room, a handsome paved entrance hall and staircase, heated (torn the basement by a steam apparatus. On the first floor are boudoir, five spacious und airy sleeping apartments, with dressing rtoms and water closet, and five good rooms in attics. The domestic offices are particularly convenient; a double coach house and stabling for four horses, kitchen gardens walled in, with grapery and forcing house. The pleasure grounds are ornamented with remarkably luxuriant growing evergreens, and laid eut with great taste in parterres and gravel walks, encjrclirjg a beautiful paddock of about eight acres, and in which is a green house, alcove, and a pavilion, with a bath and a'canal.-To be viewed with Cards only, which, with further Particulars, may be had of Messrs. Driver. Surveyors and Lajnd Agents, No. 8, Richmond-terrace, Whitehall. "AnCERTAlN CURK for CORNS.- The infal- X\m i.liW* QEItMAW COH.N-PI.ASTEn.-T... uM eaertual ra-a�4lv has eiijo>ed a rerj e�ensi,e �,ie rm. UpWarjj �f Waif a ceatary, rnii continues '� ir^.intiua a decided roiM-riarity ,er all Oi.lmenU Salves, *c of the Hke description, affording imiaediate relief t� p�r-lOiU-a^ictoed with Conn of recent or Ion- �ianHin�, vitbnut the least rnjiry to tte fWt.-Prep-irwl by T. Aittil!, flrul-i.ld m B�xe�. at It. lid. �ach, bj Measrs. Barclay, Fleet-uutrket; Bailer, Chearaide; g.rirardi. St. raoPi Churcn-jard; Proat, near Teanple-bar; Parser, I, f'incb-lane; Sartfer, 140, Oifbrd-ttreet ; Sutton nn.1 Co., Bow Ciiurc'.i-yard; Ward, S*4, Holborn; and at) VenHrr> �r Patent Medicines. Messrs. JACKSON (pursuant to the order of the major part1 fl]Yer !',CP- feat,,ers, &c. of the Commissioners, acting under a Commission of'B.ink-I M"v " rut.t, against John O>horne, late of Lei[r,h), on W'ednexiav, the 23d of August next, at One o'clock, at the Ship Hotel! i Southend, in two lots, and subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced, Lot I. 4 LL that One Undivided SIXTH-PART, 1m. or SHARE of, and in a MESSUAGE or BOAT- table cloths, ir.; also the entire apparel of a Lady, deceased ; and some perfumery stork, in dres�ing cases, shaving boxes, doze-i of combs, razors, knives, tooth brushes, braid gold, and or BOAT HOUSE, vvilh ihe Appurtenances, situate at Southend, in ihe parish of Prittlewell. And also, one Undivided Sixth-part or Share of, and in, the Sea-ground. (1; ster-layings, Shores, and Fisheries, commonly called by the name uf Milton, otherwise M;.'.dleton Hall, iind Prittlewell l'nor>-shores, ot Sea-grounds, situate, and being, in the parish of Prittlewell aforesaid. I.ot2.-AII lhatMESSUAGE. or TENEMENT, called bv the uame of Buttons, sit'inte at Leigh aforesaid, lately occupied by the said John Osborne, bnt now void; together with the garden, orchard, and appmlenances thereto belonging. Fur further Particulars, and for conditions of sale, apply to Mr. Tripp, Solicitor, 10, Gray's Inn-squ*re ; to Mr. Bathuist, Solicitor, Rochford ; Messrs. Stevens, Wood, and Wickinson. Solicitors, Little St. Thomas Apostle; to ihe Auctioneer, at Rod ford ; or at Ihe Ship Hotel, Southend. Superior ()id Wines, without reserve. MESSRS. MACHIN and DEBENHAM most respectfully communicate to their Friends and the Public, that, on+nc-sday next, Aug. 22, at Twelve for One punctually, thev will submit for SALE, at their Rooms, 26, King-street, Covert garden, THREK HL'NDHEp DOZEN of v r, SUPERIOR and GENUINE WINES, imported by some of the best judges ; consisting of fine Old Pale and Brown Sherries fine Old Crusted Port, about seventy dozen of very fine East and West India Madeira, part twe years iu bollle, and twenty dozen fine Claret. The whole without the smallest reserved price. ___ May be ta�ted, ar.d < alalogufs had at the Office of the Auctioneer. May be viewed and catalogues had at the Rooms. To Livery Stable Keepers, Job Masters, and Others. -Extensive and superior Stables-, Coach Houites, Dwelling Housp, &c, tin- Resent Stable i, Jermyn-street, St. James's.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, oy Messrs. ROBINS, on the Premues, on Thursday next, Aug. 24, at Twelve precisely, by order of his 1 I .____. L. . \__Ai -- ' ' ticulars, at the Offices of Messrs. Robins, Covenl-garden. Freehold, Copvhold, and Leasehold Estates, in the county of Hereford.-To be SOLD, pursuant to- an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause, " Peshall v. Hughes," with the approbation of the Hon. Robert Henley Eden, one of Ihe Masters of the said Court, at the City Arms Hote', in the City of Hereford, on Friday, use 15lb day of September, 182G, between the hours of Oae and Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, in Thirteen Lata, AFREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD ESTATE, called the Upper Deamdale Estate, situate in the parish. n__ It______u-___I i�ai, _r a__ Honour the Vice-Chancellor, before the major part of the of Canon Pyon, in the county of Hereford, consisting of two " messuages, with the outbuildings, and several cottages, and about 2o6 Acres of land, of which 125 acres,or thereabouts, are Freehold, and abont 131 acres are Leasehold, together with the G reat Tithes of the Leasehold part of tbe Estate. The Leasehold is held under the Dean and Chapter of Hereford, at an annual rent of 71., and 13 quarters of wheat, and the lease is reaewdble every -even years, upon payment cf a fine fur that purpose. Also, an Undivided MOIETY of, and in, a certain FREE. HOLD ESTATE, called the Dewdales Hope Estate,consistirro; of a messuage, with the ont-bnildinga, and 165 acres of load, or thereabouts, situate in the several parishes of Bodenharn and l'elton, in the said county of Hereford. Also, a certain FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD ESTATE, called the \ Arlington Estate, sknate in the parish of Witbing-ton, in the s&iu county of Hereford, consisting of a messOage with tbe buildings, and abont 32 acres three roods of land, ot1 which five acres, three roods; and 32 perches, or thereabout*, are F reehold, and about 90 acres, three roods, and eight perches, stp Copyhold, held of the Mahoruf Nunnhrgton. Also, Fifty-two Aerer, or ihereaBonts, of FREEHOLD LAND, rituate si Ivintton, in tie pariah of Leominster, In the said county of Hereford: Particulars whereof may shortly be had, gratia,at wesajtl Master's Chambers, Santhampton-bnUdings. CTntncery-ttne, London; of Messrs.Street, Millington and Gilbert^oHcttors Philpot lane, London ; of Mr. Aston, SoHettor.^Hereford ; and of MrVjamea, Land Agent, Hereford; and at (heHotel Here-ford; the Feathers, Ledbury; the King s Head, Row; the Red Lion. Leominster; the Hop Pole, Worcester; and til* Ploagh Hotel, Cheltenham. Commissioners named in a Bunkniptry against George Darnell. OST Extensive, Capital, and well-arTanged LIVERY STABLES, erected within the last seven vean at a verv lanje expense, situate at No. 119. south aile of j E R M Y \ - ST R K F.T, ST. JAMES'S. The Premises have been snbstantiallv erected, and are advantageously planned, with twenty-seven stalled stables, coach house*, gallery, with sleeping and other rooms, c.r.ered ride, lofts, granary, .* .ud Broderip, Lincoln's Inn; and of .Messrs. Robins, Covent-garden. At Sunbury, Middlesex.-Genteel Residence, with Gardens and Land. Freehold and Copyhold Properly.-To be SiOLD, by Messrs. ROBINS, AVery pleasant comfortable RESIDENCE, adapted to all the requisite accommodation of a moderate sized family, with pleasure grounds, lawn, and kitchen garden, very pleasantly situate in the rural village of Sunbury, aud in a neighbourhood remarkable fur its sociability ; there is a paddock attached to it, the whole including five acres and a half. Particulars, and an order to view, may be bad at Messrs. Robins' Offices, Covent-garden.
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