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   New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - October 18, 1826, London, Middlesex                                CONTRACT FOR MARINE NiCESSARJES. NAVY-OPFICE, October 17,1826. TBE principal Oiifers and Commissioners of his MaW^'iN��y;a(H�r�lpy.glve'Noace, thaton Thnrsddy i�s> as uut J w     ..... ...... o'clock, Urcy �will be ready 10 to contract for supply - tbe 9th JpToyegih^text, � treat with such penpn* a* May GLOyE8,t,mPE CL&AV\ -CANTEENS, THREAD, t> �       r WORSTED, NEEDLES, &r* .Yil^wlr*-' Hjf�ipe,e8.an(la:fQr^�f tb# Tender may be seen WOTender will.be rfoeived after pne o'clock, on far     "ffffi'    � aoy nt,flte,i.ii�le98 the party or an agent ,i,Ev'^'I!S?^^n^^ flpcomjjanied ,by a letter addressed to �nrfsigned by a responsible person, engaging r ^rf* *�un� "Wlfh the person tendering, in the sum of 200/. wrUwrtlce performance i�f the contract. tl CONTRACT FOR COAL SACKING. ' NAVY-OFFICE, Oct 11,1826. THE1 principal Officers and XJommissioners of his Majesty's Navy, do hereby give Notice, ThatfeD THURSDAY, the 26thinstant, at Ono o'clock,they will be ready to t-e^l with Bucb Persons as may be willing to contract.for supplying his Majesty's Dock-yard at Deptfonl with COAE SACKING. A specimen of thw Sacking, and a Form of the Tender, may b� seen at this Office. No Tender will be received after One o'Clock, on Ike day of Treaty, nor any noticed, unless the party, or an Agent for him, attends. Every Tender mast be accompanied by a Letter, addressed to the Navy Board, arutorgned by a responsible Person, engaging to become bound with the Person tendering, in the Bum of 200/. for th* due performance of the Contract. SAHST LUKE, CHELSEA, Oct. 16, 182G - Notice i*: hereby 'Riven, that tlie Trustees appointed to carry into execution an Act for Building a New Church in the said Parish of Chelsea, wUl hold a SPECIAL MEETING on THURSDAY, the 26ih instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, in the Vestry Room, to appoint a SECOND COLLECTOR of the Church Rate. _ . .    ,    ._W. CORNELL, Clerk. AND IN HAND FIRE OFFICE, New Bridge-street, Blarifriiirs, Oct. 17, 1820.--The Directors eiyc notice,that Ike HAL.F-Y.EARLY GENERAL MEETING of the Members of this Society, will he held �t the Office on TUESDAY, the 7th November, at One o'clock precisely.- Tfie Election of the Directors for the Year ensuing, by K-illot, will be held on Monday the (ilh November, from Eleven in the Forenoon till Three in the Afternoon. ____BEN J AM IN ROUSE. Sec. WANTS a SITUATION, as GROOM7 or GROOM and VALET, a Young Man, just from the country, w ho perfectly understands the care of horses; can have two years* undeniable characier from his last place.-Direct, post paid, T. R., at Mr. East's, 14, Plough-court, Fetter-lane. ANTED to APPRENTICE a YOUTH, Fourteen Years of Ace, to any Light Business.  No Premium can bo Riven.-Direct, post paid, to Mr. Wood row. No. 16, Prospect-place, near the Elephant and Cast! \ St. George's-fields.___ SIXTY THOUSAND POUNDS~-MORT-GAGE.-The above Sum is ready to be advanced upon unexceptionable Securities.-Particulars may be known on application by Principals, or their Solicitors, at the Office of Mr. Tyndall, Lincoln'* Inn-fields. A1WPTO N-C OU UT.-To beTE1>u~L E A S E, Unfurnished, a convenient FAMILY HOUSE, and Garden, commanding views of the Park and Hampton Court Gardens, containing' six airy bed-rooms, dressing-room, a sin'til entrance hall, dining and drawing-rooms, breakfast parlour, store-room, kitchen, scullery, and dry cellaring.-Apply (postpaid) to Mr. Taylor, Surveyor, Richmond, Surrey, where planB of the Estate may be seen. TO BE SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a newlyi-built FREEHOLD HOUSE mid Gardra, at Seething Wells, Kingston, delightfully situated, fronting the river Thames, and turnpike-road to Esher and Claremont, and commanding tlrnilar views as above, containing an entrance-hall,dining parlour, drawing-room, with folding doors of communication, library, seven bed-rooms, two dressing-rooms, water closet, kitchen, sculler), pantry, cellaring for wine, beer, and coals.-Apply (post-paid) to Mr. Taj lor. Surveyor, Richmond, Surrey, w here plana of the estate may be seen. STOCK WELL COMMON.--Excellent FA-MILY'RESIDENCE, in complete order, with Coachhouse and Stable.-To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, by WINSTANLEY and SONS, the beneficial LEASE, far Thirteen Years, at a low rent, of a verv convenient, comfortable, and cheerful FAMILY RESIDENCE, pteasantly situate at Stockwell Common, Clapham-road, Surrey, little more than three miles from the Royal Exchange;.containing handsome droing and drawing rooms, morning room, fix bed chambers, with kitchen, scullery, and every domestic convenient ; stabling for three horses, coach hoots, fore court, with carriage drive, and imall gardsn. To be viewed between the hours of Eleven and Four, by Cards only, which, with further Particulars, may be obtained of Winstanley and Hons, Palernoster-row.________ JAMES-STREET, WESTM1NSTER.-A cood DWELLING-HOUSE, facing the Park, to be LET or SOLD, by PRIVATE CONTRACT, by Messrs. DRIVER. A FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE and Garden, exonerated from the land-tax, pleasaotly situate in James-street, Westminster, near Buckingham-gate, overlooking SL James's Park, comprising seven sleeping apartments, two dressing-rooms, water closet, large dining and drawing rooms, breakfast parlour and small library, with good kitchen, and all requisite domestic apartments.-For further Particulars app'y to Messrs. Driver, Surveyors and Land Agents, at their Offices, No. 8, Richmond terrace, Whitehall.______ eI^CHURCH-STREET, Citv.-To be LET, the entire UPPER PART of a respectable PRIVATE RESIDENCE, suitable for a Professional Man, or Family, in excellent order ; containing five bed-chambers, large laundry (or double bed-room), patent water-closet, dressing-closet, drawing and dining-rooms, large kitchen, entrance hall, and cellarage. Apply to Messrs. Barnes and Thornton, Junior, 33, Fen-church-street.______ RAWING OF THE LOTTERY.-Whereas it has been maliciously asserted by an Anonymous Correspondent in the Morning Chronicle, that application would be made to the Lords of the Treasury, for a further postponement of the Lottery, the public are most unequivocally and positively assured by the Contractors, that no such application has been made, nor even contemplated, but, on the contrary, it is absolutely and inevitably determined by Government, that this last of Lotteries shall and must be decided THIS DAY. lSth instant. I7INISH OF LOTTERIES.-SWIFT and Co. respectfully inform the Public, that the last and only remaining Day of Drawing the State Lottery is THIS DAY. (WEDNESDAY, the 18th,) when SIX PRIZES of 30,000(. and all the other Capitals in the Scheme, will be determined. Every Ticket will receive 5f. independent of any Sam to which it may be entitled. In the last Lottery containing 30,0001. Prizes, SWIFT and Co. sold Two "at of Four of them, at their Offices, 11, Poultry; 1, Strand; and 31, Aldgate Higb-glreet. _ HAZARD and Co. Positively THIS DAY, at 5. all Lotteries, end 6 of �30,000. Royal Exchange, Cernhill, and 324, Oxford-street. tmt REPRESEN T ATI VE. LONDON,  WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER 18, 182(1 S       PIIK E )sevknpknck. SALES BY AUCTION. Lndgate-street.-Commanding Shop, ami convenient Dwrllinr House -To be SOLD by AUCTION, by WINSTANLEY and SONS, at the Mart, on Tuesday, October 31, at Twelve, by order of the Administrator of Mr. Win. l\I:urh, deceased, TpH E Beneficial LEASE, held under the Master JL   and Fellows of Trinity College, at a low reserved rent, whereof about eight yeats are unexpired, of those commodious PREMISES, mo't desirably situate in that great thoroughfare, Ludgate-street, being No. 2, on th� South ami preferable side thereof.   The Shop has been many years occupied us a Stationer's, but is equally adapted for any other Retail Business, and the House, at a inoil�rale expense, might be rendered a must comfortable Family Residence. To be viewed by applying on the Premises, between tlie hours often and three, where Printed Particulars maybe had; aUnuf Mr. Tilson, Solicitor, Coleman-street; at the Mart ; ami of \\ in-stanlev and Sons, Paternoster-row. Lndgate-slreet, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard, -facial show v ,-uiJ commanding Shop, extensive \\ arerooma, and Premises.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, bj WINSTANLEY and SONS, ul (lie Mart, on Tuesday, October 31, at Twelve, THE beneficial LEASE, whereof about 12 years are unexpired, at a low Rent, of those very capital aud commanding PREMISES, most undeniably situato on the south and raosl preferable side of that great leadinc thoroughfare., Lud -gate-street, the south-west corner of Si. Paul's t hurcli-i ard. thereby possessing an immense and sliowv frontage, particular^ adapted for the display of Goods in any Retail lino of Bumii >s whatever, but more especially as Upholstery and Cabinet H aie rooms, for w hich purpose they were expres-dy ti'ted up by the late Mr. Haines, at a very great expense; they are, howrvrr, equally well calculated for a Linendraner. Haberdasher, Silversmith, China, and GUssnian, cu-. The I'lemises are in good repair, ami comprise an excellent light and commodious Shop, and private entrance ; on the ground floor, two other Showrooms, with Work-room*, and sleeping apartments on the upper stories; a lead fiat on tlie roof; a basement vvaieliousc, with kitchen, cellaring, water-closets, c\r. To be v iewed by applying on the Premises, v\ here punted particulars may be had : particulars also of Mr. Wing, Solicitor. IS, Holborn-t ourl, Grav's Inn; of Messrs. Krown and Marlen, Solicitors, Commercial-buildings, M nu uig-lane , at the Mart; an't of H inM tnley an ! Sons. r*aternust *\\. Freehold Eftnte. Fleet-market. -To be So LI) In A I CITO.N, by WINSTANLEY anil SONS, at the Mart, on T.ir�.l�j, October 31, at Tw elve, AValt.al.le and verv Eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in Whtat.�heiif\anl, Fleet-ivarkei, with right of war into Sea-coa!rUnr, leading to tlie Old Knilev ; consisting of several ranges of well-built, and solisfantial workshops, wareroonis, sheds, saw-pits, ,\c , tilled up and arrange.I for the express purpose of a cabinet-mrinufactorv, for which, o for a carpenter, or indeed, for anv other brunch of the manufacturing business, they ere eminently calculated, boini; vetv light, quiet, and in the very centre of the Metropolis ; tugrihrr with stabling for five hon>es and two coach houses, which are let to yeaily tenants; but the manufactory is in hand, and eaiiy possession thereof may be had. To be viewed by applying at If), Newgate-street, where particulars may be had, puticulais also of Mr. \l nig. Solicitor, 13. HolVirn-conrt, (Jrav'slnn; Messrs. Itrown and MHrt-.p, Solicitors, (Commercial-buildings, Mincing-Ian" ; at the Mart ; and of Messrs. Wii>stanley and Sont, I'aternostr-r-row. Huntingdon.-Yaluable Tithe-free Estate, comprising nuarU r>00 aires, w ilh an excellent Resident e, OP'iLts, Farm IJuihi-ingsAc-To be SOLI) by A I'CTION , by \l 1 NsTA N -LEY and SONS, at the Mart, oo Tuesday, Oct. 31, at Twelve, in One Lot, AValuable anil verv desirable TITHE-TREE ESTATE, delightfully situate at A!c�nbury. a tin. healthy aotl .sporting part of tile cobnty of Huntingdon, inin sected by the two great north roads, through Buckden and Huntingdon, four miles only from the I Jtler place, anil six from the former, eight from Stillon, ten from Si. Neott'sand SI. Ivrs, and 63 from Loudon ; comprihinK nonrlj 600 acres of rich mm dow, pnsture, and arable land, the principal part ly ing exceed � ingly compact, and in good-projKirtionrd cnclo^urts, vtiih a newly erected and .substantial uniform residence, stanain; in a park like pad lock, stir rounded by line tin u mg jiUnIatn�ns. w ill, pleasure grounds, walled taitlrn, ollices, b nhll s or farm-lio.Me. and all suitable agricultural buildings ; three messuages in llo-village of Aleonbury, and a cott.ige on the  ii unlin^doti toad. To be viewed by .ippl\ir.g to Messrs. Sweeting, SoliciPir*. Huntingdon, where particulate may be had; ilui nf Ufniii" Lvon, Esq., M'.S. Ediub>irgh; William Fleming, F.�q. a?rn'. to the ( uminert ial itank of SrolUnd, Cupar, Fife; Mr. Llmles Vt'alker, writer, Dundee ; Mr. Thom:is, Solititor, Ci^ne-court, Fleet-street; at the principal Inns in 11 iinliiiEiion, Slilton, Al-conbtiry-hill. Huckden ; f,i�c, Cambridge, antl St. Ives; at llie Mart; and of Wioslanley and Sous, Paternosler-roiv, where a plan may be seen. SALES BY AUCTION. Elegant Family Mansion, wiUi Sixty-two Acres of Land, de-lichlftilly situate on the summit of Shooter's Hill, with or without the appiopriate Furniture, wlii, b is nearly new-To be SOU) hv AUCTION, bv Mr. HOGGAUT, at the Mart, TO-MOMROW, Oct. I'J, at Twelve, by order of U. F. R�us�, Esq. SH RENV'SBIIRV HOUSE, R spacious and substantial Residence, of elegant proportions, lately decorated and thoroughly repaired, at very considerable expense, and completely adapted for the icsidence of a Nobleman or Gentleman, commanding an i xtensive prospert of the River Thames, and the country, for ma.iy miles round. The Mansion  on'hiiis numerous bed chambers, an elegant drawing room, dining ruiin, hhrarv, parlour, boudoir, two entrance halls, principal and secondary st.urcases, w .iter closet, Klure and china room-, and n�:n cr i-nt ;-rv auU' o'lir.es and sleeping rooms ; at-t iclied are double ::r. ! -ingle carriage houses, ?jV-st,ill stable, lo't. in euio o-t*1 �. 11 i la^ns. parterres, shrut>l>t'ri'.*s. and dry irav-l w alt �, pit'e'fj an I greenhouse, with tin ,v ing vines. The propertv is plated in the rerilr.' of SIXTN - rwt) AC.RKS � if rich MF.\I)!)W, and sm..Ii part VRAISI.K LAND, and is holden on lea�e fa a long teiiii. at a eround rent of SI \ I'V-TH UEE liOl'NDS per aniiuiu. Also. SIXTY ACRES of LAND adjoining, held for three years, al a low n nt. Mjv be viewed In Card-, ot-lv, anil Particulars had of Most*. Ill'int, Iv'ov, ar:l I'lur.!, Solr itors, Liv t'rpteil-s'.reel ; at the (Jreen Man. IJIa.khealh : the Hotel, \\ ool -.vie a ; at the M ;rl ; and of .Mr. Hi.g.'.ail.      Old lir.....|.-ti-t. Royal Exchanee. Capital and t ery valunble I-teelmld i.sl.it-a and .Manor, in the b- si part uf ill. - county of l^sse.\, lying on the borders of Hert-fordsline. and c uiliguous to Sui]'.,lk, with exielleiil l'.irni 11 on ses, let to a most i e�pec tali'e Teiniutrv ; I ml lax redeemed. To be SOLI) hv AlCriON, by AIr.'lff>(;(.AI. I". at the Mait, TO-MORMOW, OctoVr I'J. at T.vel-.e, in One Lot, i ml. -� nn accept.ih!.' o'li-r slue.! 1 he male liv pr,> a'.e coiiirai', ^a^in: .Mauui.i Lin lt. yt.ldha.m, with tin � hues, iijmf reii'^. i ights. ami iniuiuiiitie.s thereto brlonging, aud the vri \ . omplele and rxiellent fnrms, called Kirliv IL.II, Poole Farm, Hvde Farm, Scvrall's, Spain's Hail, and N'rhlhaui I lull, c.inMituug to/elhi r ONI. TIIOl SAND 1 IVI: HI NUKED ACRKS ofexeelient Ara!!e, Fa-lure, an 1  \\ oo.l Lan.l, io-hidin^ soiiie ixt.-llent game .onciIs. ti!  tit.odensy, Hunts, Wear Puk^'ind liti-li \t n.ii. .-itrl!*'n: fai'ii ho 11 si s a ti tl residences, barns, stalilin;, aad iium-ro.is irit lutltling- in thr-el ei al parishes of (ileal and L.ttle N eldh-m. Cistle He r-. (il.isM-otk, N uii 11. l'ask�. Partridge, and Rawier, at reilnci-d rei/s, a-iiaii'tihg t i (INK TIKII SAN 0 Sl.\ I'.N III N DRED I'OL'N DS PF.R A N N CM, inclutlinii thet}Mit rents anil lines. The i^-taOs iiia\ be .iewed no application to ihe tenanls, an 1 parlliualS had.  t\  the   Illl.s at t astle   lledlllgllall).   HanTTllI, and S,..:lion \\a!.ltii; Saracen's Head. Iluniiiuw ; ..f Mr..Luol> Nockolds, Viidley end; Mr. Thus. H a! I,'ulit iloi. S til run Maiden; M'..-rs, I'apron, Rowley,antl \v eld, Saville-pl.ir e, Ne,, r.iirlintlon-street ; at the Ma: t, and of .Mr. Hoggart, l>2, Old liro til-ntreet, Koy al F.xchange. F.ssex.on the P..inters t*f Satiolk. - Capita! Freehold Firms, al ': ps'ielil. N eldham. and St-.ni'iourne. I'.i be SOLD b\ Mr. 1 KX.fi \I!T, at the ilart, TO^IOIC.'OM , Oct. III. at IJ. SALES BY AUCTION. To Botanists and Others.-To be SOLD by AUCTION', by Mr. A DAMSON, THIS DAY, at Twelve o'clock, at the Auction Mart, Harthoiomew-lane, AVERY Curious aad rare ASSORTMENT of FLOWER ROOTS, just imported, consisting �f Double antl Single Hyacinths, early and Isle Tulips, Crocus, large yellow, ditio, Spanish and English Iris, Double Italian Polyanthus, Double and Single Joe^|niils, &c. Sic. Tube viewed on the morning of Sale, and Catalogues had at the Mart, and of Mr. Adanison, 11, Rilliter-square. To Druggists, Drug Grinders, and Others, with a moderate capit il.^tenirous of embarking in a lucrative coocerti.-Mr. Andrews's M lis. Sun-street, formerly Rutland Andrews.- To bo SOLI) hv AUCTION, bv Mr. A DAMSON, at the Mir!. THIS DAY, at Twelve, the former Purchaser hav. ingfailed tocoaiphle his purchase. \LEASE of all tho.su Capital and Compact PREMISES, situate in Sun-street, Hishop&gate-street, titled up, antl conveniently arranged, expressly, for the business of a drug grinder ; together with the good-will of a lucrative trade, i' l.ith has beeu established upwardsof a rcnlury,and now present a favotuable opportunity for any per-oo desirous of possessiic. a business with u limited capital, and attended with lit'le or in, risk. The Premises include a snull dwelling house, calculated for a t -rcuian, wi h convenient w arehouseji, factory^ and mill houve; the whole in perfect order, containing a set ot lire mortars and three drug mills, w bica arc v. oi ked by a steam engine of tt-horse po^  � r. The Pren.ises are held for an unexpired term of about eiirhhcn vr.ii-, at a ! iw rent. Particulars may be had lit ihe Mart, and of Mr. Adamson, 11, T v111 it r-scj u a r e. uablr TR EE1IOL1) FROI'ERTY, in the above parishes, tali.-I RORFLKNS and FARMS, King vm-11 together, and coulaimiig up- i-hold  Estate af (in at THE inevitable and absolute Finish of Lotteries, THIS DAY.- BISH, in soliciting, for the last time, the favours of his best Friends, the Public, assures them that This Day, a Ticket must gain.............�30,000 This Day, a Half most gain......Jf......�15,000 This Day, a Quarter must gain ..............�7,500 This Day, an Eighth must gain.............�3.750 This Day, a Sixteenth must gain ............�,1,875 This Day, All the SIX of SO.OOOf. will be drawn, every N umber decided, and every Ticket a Prize. This Day, I8tb Instant, All Lotteries end for ever. Tickets and Shares are selling by Bish, Stockbroker, 4, Corn-bill; and 0, Charing-Cross; who shared and sold, within the last twelve months. Five Prizes of 30,000*.!   Four of 21.000..; and Nine of 20,0002., and in the very last Drawing, 3d May, 1826, .No. 1833 ........(Class B.)........�21,000 3025 ........(Class A.) ........�21,000 ONNY LASSIE, O !-Air, " Kelvin C.rove. hade. Bonny Lassi Bonny Lassie, O I B Let us seek the friendly *hade, Bouny Lassie, O Of the Op*ra Colonnade, Bonny Lassie O I Where CHARLES WRIGHT, in all his pride, , Bonny Lassie, () niicrn vuai�m*-v .--------, Paints the bower'd footway side With his banners long and wide, Of his Wines we'll get a bill. Bonny Lassie, O ! And oar Cellarets refill, Bonny Lassie, O ! Ofthal last divine CHAMPAGNE We can boast of no remain. So we'll have a lot again. Bonny Lassie, O' And ril tell ye what we'll do, Bonny Lassie, O .' If agreeable to you, Bonny Lassie, O! If Charles be in the way, Well take rickets for the Play, Or tn Adelphl-What d'ye say 7 Bonny Lassie, O! Aad when the Play is o'er. Bonny Lassie, O! And the merry Wine we pour. Bonny Lassie, O ! I'w, at-Home, my Gl�as and Yoa, Bonny Lassie, O! tha�i>�gne, 63.., 72s., 81s. per doren. Near Colchester, Essex.-Capital  1 r Bromley Hall, containing about llOatirs, with the Manoi, Jtc.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, bv W I NSTA N 1.1. Y ami SONS, at the Mart, on Tuesday, 21�i November, hi Twelve, bv direction of the Assi-ueea of Mr. John Turner, V'Most Yaluable and JWable TR LEI I () 1,1) PROPERTY, Piluatu in a bountiful ami fertile part of the county of Essex, surrounded by good roads, respectable neighbourhood, and excellent market towns, dislanl onh ii\ miles from Colrhesler, huiI lift)--even from London; tomptising a capital antl spacious Mansion, tailed C r. at Dromley Hall, a Inch has been partly rebuilt within these Iw n years, hut not completed; when finished it would contain auuiiiinudatiutis foi a respectable establishment, and is seatedin a parklike piddut k, finely timbered and ornamented vvitli expausite sheets of watci, &c, with coat h-hoiises, slabling, gardens, hot-lenses, ,\r., nnd the adjacent farms and laotls; neat firm hou-es, suitable builtl ings, cottages. ,\c.; comprising altogether about 1 In acres of ex -cellent meadow, pasture, and arable land, exceedingly well watered, and divided into convenient enclosures. Also the va luablc Manor of Grcat Droiulev, wilh the rights of court baron and courts leet, extending over nearly 3,000 at i w utilities at the will of the lord, quit renlB, heriols. \c. The w ateis aru very extensive, and include 135 acres, knoivn as the Thicks, which are much celebrated for the growth of timber, and also for game. The Estate may be seen by applying to Mr. Daniel Alston, on the Premises; or at Manningtrre ; of whom printed Particulars may be had : Particulars also of Messrs. Fisher antl lihudcs. Solicitors, Davies-street, Berkeley-square ; of Wins'.nn'.y and Sons, Paternoster.row : at the Auction Mart; and at the principal Inns at Colchester, Ipswich, Cheliusfurd, llaistead. andj Romford._ _ j Mill-hill, near 1'endon.- Flrgant Furniture, modern Plate, China, rich Cut Glass, a few valuable Paintings, tine Maihle Busts, noble Glass, Wi inches by fit, a capital 15111 lard Tn bv ' Thurston, H grand Piano-forte, i n a rose wood case, l�v Stodarl, i a splendid Frenrh Clock, antl other valoahli- Kileris-To t.(- ' SOLD by AUCTION, by WI NSTAN \ A.\ nml SONS, ,, ; the Premises, Mill-hill, near Hendon, on Thursday, Oct. Jti.1 and following days, at Eleven, \ THE Modern HOUSEHOLD TURN ITU RE ;: coniprisiug an elegant drawing room s n 11 >� of 12 chairs, couches, and ottomans, rich chin /.-, rosewood t ard and . loo tables, a noble glass, Sfi inches by (!. a nch gilt frame, 11 ! \Y.-ry \ -itiia'c (.i N'sri.s n ,i rds ot THIiFK 111 NDIJF.D ACRF.S of line Aiah'- and P i�;iir pi.lis11>Ie tenant, at a low rent ot TH l> I "P. HI NDIiLI) AND FH.IITY POl N DS PF.R \ N N I M, land t, \ redeemed. Ma\ be viewed, and Particulars had at the Inns at Ca-lle 1 ledingliaih. Hav.-iliill, ami Sallroii Maiden, Saricen's Head, llonmotv ; Messrs. Capi..N, ivoulrv, and \t eld. Saville-plare NYw Hurl mi;loii->i i' ei ; Mr. Mali, Sall'mn Walden ; Mr. Jacol, Nock'd.Is, Land  \gent,   \ uulev-end ; ul the  \.|tlloli Mai! ;  and of Mt. iloLTiT-irt tcJ.Oi.l l�toa-l--tieet, Ho-.al I'.xttiange. Valnalde L.'.lsehold Fslale, vv ilh a laige IJardrli, w.-ll ealcu-lat.-d for building giouc.d-, a tmid sittialitin, in Arlington, street. Can..I.� n T. 'iv n, near the Regent's Park. To he SO L I > bv Al CTlON.hv Messts. Ill K R I'LL and SON, on Med ntsdav, Ot t. '!�>, at Ttv elv�, on the Premises, No.-_s| Arlington-street, near the lietlforti Anns, by Order of the Executors of II. f. (iroll. F.sq. deceased. \LO\C LEASEHOLD ESIATE, comprising u resjH. tablt- ^rntlrinnn'n rrMticnn', with n v.-ry lar^.' fi.Utleii, plantrl with lino wall unit M*.nrl.inl fruit trees; i (c tf 1 s� rin t home*. Th'- I".�t.it( ;s h-Id for <\n unexpired tciiiiol" Til )ear rr .tnii'ini. 'l'lie jirrnnses may be virunl 1^ t!.i\s preceding t\\e Sale. It. tn Ihr l.oii Mif 1') and i, U\ Tirkfls. wlnr.li. with I'.titi-ciildT^, mav bt' h id ofMuN-oss. f'>urr*� 11 and Son, \t�. 13, I'ok-m limine > .trtl, u In re Ih" Le-i**'1 .tint a IMa-i id* the Kstal� idhv be >ei. n ; | rir I Killer s also dl I hi- .S. - u t ii.inipton A i'iUs ; anil t lie ]>�.!-tiird Aniiv nf* it I!(� |iTinb^ \ alu-tblo   Kirfludd  (.roMinl ..ilur h'.-ntn,   near Ihe N  w ( In.uh, iinxtiJti. .Sjire\, |M'�Io >f Ihe J.:-a.*e�. T-� h.- S(�M� hy Alt TK)\, by MesMs. HI'K-IMXL and Sf)\, at (; in,,^\\  n lnd.n, (��(. i>7, at Twelve, in Four Kor-, \>\ ilirtrtion of th � Trusters for ^ak' of i;..!iert .Stone, Km|. flc. t  t'-s.'d. THIS viiln:il.l.- IMIMFIIOLI) IMIOPKHTV comprises sever-1 Coiiniiv K.-sidein es, with ..llite-, jilea-ui-- grounds, and gardens, Mtnat.1 in front of the road lead -mg from ill�ixton to Tulse-lull and Norw ood, in ih.- several o, -rupaions of .Messrs. Sedton, Collinson. antl liarncy, at rents amuiiuttug to 'i!l!)/. per aMnuin, and vs lien the leases expire the piopvrlv will be of great value. Ihe Estates may he viewed fourteen days preceding the sale, by leave of the tenants, when descriptive particulars ma\ he had oi J. C. Cameron, Esq., Verulam-place. (Irav's Inn ; of Messrs. Haiiey and \\ illshire, Survevors, I.trixlun-place, Lambeth; at the Puiire of Wales, Brixton; at the place of Sale; and of Me-sis. IJuirell and Son, 13. Tokenhouse-Tar I. \a!uahle Freehold Kstate, in the pleasant village of Lavtnn-stone, l.-se\, with immediate po.ses-ion. -To be SOLD bv. AUCTION, b; JU.h. I'.I ICUELL and SON, at (.arra way's, on Friday. October '27, it Tu.-lve. handsome dining tables, richdamask curtains, 10 betlstea.ls, with chintz and other hangings, and suitable beddings, a mahogany wardr�he, chests of drawers, dressing glasses, Brussels and other carpets, floor rloths, three summer houses, rtislic g irdcn seat?, green-house plants, brewing anil dairy utensils, ami numerous other articles. To be viewed on Wednesday preceding ami mornings of Sale, when Catalogues may be had at the principal Inns at Harnet, SL Alban's, Stanmore, and Watford ; and uf W instanley and Sons, Paternoster-row. Mill-hill, near Hendon, nine miles north-west of London.- Leasehold Residence, with Ollices of every description, beautiful Pleasure Grounds wilh Shrubberies, extensive and very productive walled Gardens, Fore-court, ami Caniage-ilrive, with double entrance by ornamental Lodges.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by WINSTANLEY and SONS, on the Premises, Mill-hill, near Hendon, ou Thursday, Oct. 26, Ht 4 Commodious FAMILY' RESIDENCE, with IM. spacious entrance hall, lofty well proportioned ririw-ing and tiffing rooms, music room, library, and boudoir, six principal chambers and dressing room, and convenient servants' apartments; ofli o8 of every description, double coach house, �ix stall atable, beautiful pleasure pounds tastefully laid out with terrace W4lka and shrubberies, sheets of walur, fine ornamental timber, and fifty acres of excellent land, the whole contiguous to the Residence, and affording ihe mos, picturesque scenery. To be viewed by tickets, which, with printed Particulars, may be bad by applying to Winstanley and Sons, Paternoster-row'; Particulars also at the Mart. ROPE-YARD-To be LET, a  COVERED ROPE-VA.RD, baring every convenience for carrying on an extensive Business an1 to which, a considerable Retail �Trade is now attached.   It is situate close to the River Thames, f and may be Entered on at Christmas.-For further particulars inquire of Mr. Browning, Solicitor, Hatton-court, Thread-needle-street. \'FREEHOLD   HOUSE,   with   Fore  Curt, coach house, slabliog/or thicc horses, lo^ls. mithuil.ha^s. ! an I i:trden ; aiso a Freehold Cottnge, i.. front ->f the high r ..id : the w hole occupying a (dot of ground, uhoiil eigbtv feet front i^e , hv about Lit! feet in deptli, plea-Saill!y situate  between the  Ked ' Li'ti and Crown  Inns, L i\tonstune, F.sst\.   The House eou-t-tins live bed chambers, two parlours, two kitchens, cellaring, I wa.sh house, dair), ;iou!tr\ house, imd garden with fruit trees ; now- in the occupation ot Mr-. M ant. '� Mav be viewed ten davs preceding the Sale, when Parli-nla's ina^ be had on the I'remises ; "t llo- ( ,ow n and l,'ed l.inn Inns. Layt. ��. stone ; at (In pi tt e of Sale ; and of M�,s,-s. Murrell and Son, 13, Tohenhouse yurd. lirproveil Kent of KIT/, ,'n. per Annum, issuing out of Property in Crown-streit.   High-street. St. Giles's, the beginning of i Oxford-street.-To be SOLI) hv  AUCTION, by  Messrs.! 15URRELL and SON, al (iarrawav's, on Fridiv, Oct. -'7.' at Twelve, in One Lot, j VValuable LEASEHOLD ESTATE, vorv I eligibly situate ul the beginning of Crown-street, a few I doors from Oxford street, comprising F.isht Houses in front ..-P Crown-street, Nos. 32, 33, S4, 3j. :�>. 37, 33, and 39, wilh omr � small Houses ut the back-, in the several occupations of Messrs. | M'Culloxh, Handford, Honour, and others, at ground and other j lent-, now producing 177/. .Is. pe. annum. Tim Kstate is held for an unexpired term of 5'J vears, from Mit haelmas lftii, at a ground rent of 7l)�. |�r annum. May be v iewed by leave of the tenant- eitilit davs preceding the sale, when particulars may be had of Messrs. Gatty, Had-dan, Gatty, and Haldan, Soliciitos, Angel-rourt, Throgmorl..r. street; thr place of sale; and of Messrs. Kurrcll and Son, 13, Tokeuhouse-varJ.   _ Pictur�s. Winei, and Jewellerv, Harp, and Piano Forte - To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Messrs. BROOKES, by direction of the late owners of a relebrateil Club-house, at their spacious Rooms, 2S, Old llond-gtrcet, THIS DAY, the IHth of Oct. and To morrow, VMriNES of the choicest quality, from three to Tl llnrtv years in bottle, and selected, regardless of expense, comprising East India Sherry, Madeira, Hock, Bom Retiero. and other choice Port, Claret, Moselle,  ''.' a.n - v <� lie I rooms, a vvaler closet, an elegant suite of rooms, iu!u!.:.g a morning room, draw ing room and dining loom i oi le-jiondinglv anil hantlsomeiv hnished, a large entrance hall, -toi.- i'-oui. and douicslic ollices of every description. The ...-tat In I o.'ho-s in.liule a thrre stall stalile, coach house, tito sh-eping nio.ut, and h..v hift over, a fruit room, brew house, cow bouse, pi i In y l,iei-e. and ot.n-r ollices, paved varJ, sv.c, with the ri^ht . f turning out cattle on Barnes Common.   Term of the lease H hoi it      \ J.'.iM, ,i| a low lent. To In- viewed vvi'.h t ickt Is, w Inch, \v ith particular*, ni iv be bail of Mr. AJanison, auctioneer, Billiler-squnre ; particulars also on the pr iin, B.ii ma ; ami at the Mart. Freehold antl Leasehold Estates, Brilannia-strcet, between the Citv-road aril the New N oi th-road.--To be SOLD by AUCTION, bj Mr. ADAMSON, al the Auction Mart, THIS DA Y. at Twelve, in Two Lots, l.�.t 4   LEASEHOLD ESTATE, consisting uf a I. ^ SL hrick-buill house; containing -ix rooms, a wash-liaise, and small garden; ,-ituate No. 'i'l, on the west side of Brit.i oina--ti eet, toruierlv i alletl Motlall sired, between the Cil v - i oiid and th." N ew N ort'i- roatl, in the parish of St. Leonard, Sl.oredilch : let to Mr. John Taylor, at -0 guineas per annum, to pay all tales, and k;epthe premises in repair; held for au unexpired term of a I icar.s, at a ground rent of .ri guineas. Lot 2. A FKKKHOLD Ks TATE, consisting ol a brick-built lions. , sr.uat  No. 5C7. Britannia-street, similar to lot 1 ; let to Vlr. \V illiam Wakeliu, at iO gumcas per annum, to pay all taxr�, and keep the prffiiusea in repair. To he v iewei| witii leave of the tenant!. Particulars had of Mr. Allies, No. II, Oid Jewry: ; on the piemises ; and of Mr. Adamson. No. i 1, BiHiter-st|uaie. Siv Policies of .-\5surance in ihe Ktjuitahle, the Rt#k-ca-e, w ji Irohe, ciglil-duy clock, an elegant drawing room suite of beautiful vebra wood of the best manufacture, anil neaiiv new, consisting of twelve chairs, two couches, pair of tan! tables, luo lah'c, and uhetlioneer with plate glass duties, set of rich chintz vv indovv curtains, to correspond with the couches, and chair cushion*, a handsome peilesLal sideboard, a sarcophagus of malt bless mahogany, a set of massive mahogany dining tables, a set of twelve excellent mahogany chairs, a few valuable highly linished paintings and drawings, by esteemed masters, one hundred nod twenty dozen of rery superior wines, im Imling line choice Port of the favourite vint-aff-'s of ist5 jnd l-^ti, fme flavoured old sherry and Madeira, old hock, claret, Fal�rniaii, Moselle, Cape Madeira, ixc.; the whole selected with the greatest care, anil received direct fiom the i . |K>rlrr, by the present proprietor; rich cut glass, and china, OU dozen wine bottles, donkey chaise and harness, and nuuieioiis etfectc. The Furniture will be Sold on Thursday-the Wines, Paintings, ( hiua, and tila-s, on Friday. The re-pe. table COTTAGE RESIDENCE to be LET, on Lease, for 7, ll.orl'l years, with coach-house, stable, brew-house, eo .s - house, p-g^erv, and oilier o .1 buildings. Uwu, shrult-berv. ..n.I excellent g ir-len, well stocked with fruit trees and v i-geuv.o -, and .1 p.i'. ! ,cIs uf six acres ; the house contains ev er> ac 0:1 on. � lat .on for a rer pec table family , is sit uated an agreraMe distavcr troBi the road, in a highly respeclabU neighbourhood, and couiuiaiidins delighttul piclurestiue v iews of forest sceneiy. The House to In- viewed tili the sai- ; and Effects on H ed.'.es-day j rev ioi.c. Particulars and ( at ltogues had on the premises; ut tin- \\ 1: te Hart, Abridge; Cork, Epping; King's Head, Luug'don , of James Buckton, Esq., KniKht Ryder-strret, Doiioi's ( oinmuiii; and of Mr. Adamson. No. 11, HiKiter-st|uaie, Fein hurch-strret, London. A valuable Freehold Estate, called Liltle Ri.lge Farm, near Hastings, Sussex.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by .Mr, ADAMSON, at the .Marl, ou Wednesday, November 15, at Twtr'.te, by i.irection of tho Assignees of a Bankrupt's Estile, V\"cry compact, and one of the moat eligible and enviable ESTATES, upon a small scale, in the county of Sussex, situate on the south side, and atljoiuing the high torn-pike road to Hastings, a few paces only from the rjOth milestone, 'our from the fashionable watering place, Hastings, Tour from Battle, ten from Kobertsnndge, and about one mile from Ore (lunch; comprising a new stone built rustic Cottage Resilient �, seated on u pleasing eminence, perfectly tlry, the interior id w Inch is expensivel) and handsomely linished, command-in"' a bold vii vv of the sea, the light-house at Duogeness, the Dovi r and Folkitone cliffs, ind a Hue picturesque view of the surrounding country, including the ruins of Hastings Castle, wlntli present a pleasing oiijecl ; pleasure-grounds, garden, a (,,-,:all siable, harness room, coach-house, and a lodge at the entrance : together with a desirable Farm, called Little Ridge Farm, comprising about 50 acres of excellent arable, pasture, and hup garden, and small part) wood land, on which no pains or expense Iiav e been spared in cultivating hy the late proprietor,   li iv in every respect calculated for a gentleman. At a convenient distance is a Farm House, or Kailiff's Cot-la_e. w ith farm and stack yards, all neressary outbuildings, and an orchard.   Rectorial tithe-frer, and land-Ux redeemed. To be viewed. Printed Particulars had at the Rose and Crow n, Tunbridge ; the George, Robertsbridge ; the George, Battle ; and also, with cards to view, at the Swan and Castle Inns, ami Mr. Powell's library, Hastinjl; of Mettn. Fos� and Son, Solicitors, Essex-street, Strand ; at the Auction Mart; ami of Mr. Adamson, Auctioneer and Appraiser, Billiter-jquare, Loudon. :Vr ( cat trCTION. Cliimoey tod otht* , Or-mola Candelahrm, ^, strooKry no an ted with, fall-sized Billiard. Table, ly of � Foreigner of JDi�-tincaoli^ftBgiB^JBUyanUpenc-To be SOLDt by AUCTION, bMVSWffiflrMd 80N. at their Great Room.Ssf-Ttlle-row, JTO-MORROW, Oct 18, andfoH�i�niff*iy, ftt Twelve THE Elegant and Fashionable HOUSEHOLD  FURNITURE, nearly new; crrajprisina & drawing room mite of curtains, chairs, took, and console tables, ia rosewood, Zebra, and mahogany, twelre very excellent eatinR parlour, chairs, covered with bine morocco, capital low-post and, otket bedsteads, with rich chintz and drmrty haii|pn�,�fesxn seasoned bedding, mahogany wardrobes and drawers, dressine tables, pedestal sideboards, sets of dining tablet, seven cut-glass Ibfitres, or-molu candelabra, French clock, larjre Tnrkey and BrtuseJ* carpets, hearth rags, and floor rloths, china, glass, books, paint' ings, etc., and culinary articles. To be viewed two days preceding the Sale, when Catalogues may be had at the Room. Chest of fine Foreign Damask Table Linon. Cellar of very superior old Wines, Butt of Sherry, in the Wood, &c-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. JAMES DENEW, at his Auction Room, Charle�-street, Berkeley-square, TO-MORROW, at Twelve, VChest of very superior Saxon Damask TABLE LINEN, late the property of a GCntIeman, deceased, comprisint; breaJvfast and dinner cloths, napkin tray cloths, layovers, cNC &c, of fine foreign fabric, full nandsor&^e patterns, �nd in excellent preservation, also the Cellar uf capita.' OLD WINE, including Madeira, Pale and Brown Sherry of g�l",t age and extraordinary fine quality, some of which has beeu U> the East Indies, Port, bottled in 1815, 1818, and 1820, Hock, Bucellas, Mountain, and Constactia, twenty years in bottle, Ihe whole selected wilh great judgment, and at the most liberal prices by lh� late proprietor, also two hogsheads of Gordon's tine old Sherry, in the wood. Catalogues, and Samples of the Wines, may be had two days preceding the sale, at the Auction Room, Charles-street, Berkeley -square. On the following day will he seld the elegant Household Furuitare. ' Welbeck-slrret, Carendish-squar�.-Genteel Residence, "ith Coach-house and Stable, excellent Household Fnrnit>."Te. Fixtures, and Effects. In One Lot-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Messrs. CROGGON and SON", TO-MOKROW, October 19, 1820, at Twelve, on the Premises, No. 15, Wel-beck-street. Cavendish-square, THE Valuable LEASE of a capital FAMILY HOUSE, desirably sitnate No. 15, Wetbeck-streft, Cavendish-square, in perfect order, and containing seven bedrooms, elegant bowed drawing room, ante room, bowed dining room, breakfast room, entrance hall and stone stair-case, kitchen, servants' hall, butler's panlry, extensive cellaring and conveni-euces, coach hoase, four-stall stable, with loft and man'B room, \r. in Welbeck Mews; held on a lease of seven years, from Midsummer last, at a low rent. The Furniture consists of drawing and dining chairs, tables, lustres, lamps, carpets, curtains, s\c. ; bet mom furniture of the usual description, kitchen requisites and efTeclj. The Fixtures are complete in every respect. To be viewed any time previous to the Sale. Particulars at the Mart; and w iti Inveutorieson the Premises; and of Messrs. Croggon and Son, 64, Oomhill. Staffordshire, between Lichfield, Birmingham, and Walsal- Eligible Freehold, and Small Part Leasehold Estate, compact Residence, Farm, Buildings, Woods, and beautiful Thriving Plantations, Meadow, Arable, and Wood Land, near Two Hu-'dred Acres, with Fine Springs of clear Hater, ice.- To he SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. ROBINS, (of Warwick House, Regent-street), ul Garraway's, on Tuuiaday, Nor. 23, at Twelve, in One Lot. rl'HK verv  Pleasant, Compact,  and   Desirable JL    Freehold"Estate.        BOURNE VALE, in Great Barr and Aldridge, in the County of Stafford: comprising a compact Brick-built COTTAGE RESIDENCE, rough cast, and seated on a Lavvn ; containing four bed chambers, and servants'apartments.    On the Ground Story, an entrance hall, dining parlour, a neat kitchen, store room, back kitchen, pantry, dairy, and excellent arched cellar, &c. inclosed yard, poultry house, coal yard, granary, a stable for five horses, and loft over, coach house, a capital large cellar under, cow house and stable adjoining farm yard, good barn, cattle shed, range of piggeries, waggon and cart lodges, with slated roofs, good garden, shrubberies, tic. The Lands surrounding the Honse are pleasingly diversified and divided into convenient enclosures, with thriving^ quick fences, valuable Woods and beautiful Plantations on different purls of the Estate, affording remarkable good covers for Game, with a line Pool of Water, stored with Fish, and Springs of clear Water on different parts. No expense has been spared in ths cultivation; the whole containing NEARLY TWO HUNDRED ACRES, of which Twenty-six Acres ou the Outskirts are Leasehold ; and with a small expense will make a most desirable and pleasant Residence for a Gentleman uf Fortune, food of Field Sports; plenty uf Game and Hounds in the vicinity ; in a most respectable neighbourhood ; good roads, and only four miles from Wal-s-tl, eight from Lichfield and Birmingham, and three from Sutton Colefield. .May b� viewed by applying to Thos. Horobin, o�e of the Tenants, Bournepool Aldridge, where Particulars may be had ; and at Ihe George, Lichfield ; Post-house, Walsal; Hen and Chickens, Birmingham; Castle. Tamw orth ; Mr. Bendy, Worcester; George and Swan, Stafford ; Mr. Cole, Solicitor, Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-street; and of Mr. Robins, 170, Regent-street, where a Plan may be seen. TO BENEFICENT LADIES and GENTLEMEN.-BENEVOLENT LOAN".- The Advertiser, who has seen better days ; but through unavoidable misfortunes is now in great distress, most humbly solicits the LOAN of FOUR or FIVE POUNDS, for Six Months, from the Humane and Benevolent, which would place him in a state of happiness. To preclude any imposition, a reference will be given to a respectable Gentleman, as to the character of the> applicant.-N.B. Any Lady or Gentleman will please to communicate, in the first instance, to A. B., at the Hair-dressers, No. 8, Charles-court, Strand, which will meet grateful attention - -A reference will be forwarded to any Lady or Gentleman, as to character. &.c. 1FASHIONABLE BOX and GREAT COATS, . MORNING FROCKS,and DRESS COATS, LADIES' HABITS, ice-A great saving will be found at RAD-FORD'S, 26, Piccadilly, near Air-street. Gentlemen wanting large quantities of fashionable well-made good CLOTHES, cut upon scientific principles and pihdc fo fit the shape in an cl�gaot and most superior manner, will find the greatest advantage hy giving their orders as above. Ladies' Habit', Pelisses, he. cut and made to ht in the first style, by experienced workmen, and at moderate prices. Opera Cloaks, Boi, Curricle, and Driving Coats, made at a sh�rt notice, for the convenience of Gentlemen travelling; some are kept ready finished. A Suit well made m eight hours, if required. Best Superfine Coals, 31. Gs., 3/. 12s., Blues and Blacks, 31. (is., 3/. 12s., 3/. 18s.; fashionable Waistcoats, 12s. to ISs.; ditto Trowsers, 18s. per pair and upwards. A good Suit of Servant's Liverj complete, 4/. 15s., at Radford's, 26, Piccadilly.-N.B. A variety of new Patterns just out, particularly adapted to the present season._ BltrSSELS CARPETS.-Present Prices  for Nett Cash, on delivery. Per Yard. The best quality ever minufactured, and the most splendid patterns in Eutope 4s. 6d. An excellent quality, in patterns, not quite so modern    --------      4s. Od. Thequslity and patterns, generally to be met with, and called the best .....Ss. 6d. GRAHAM and Company, Manufacturers, 294, High Holborn- . PS-One Thousand Pieces of excellent Moreens, in evtry shale of colour, at Is. a yard. Beautiful shaded French striped Furnitures-, full ell wide, at 24s. the piece (25 yards), with handsome Rugs, rich Chintz Furnitures, and Imperial Venetians.- Blankets, Counterpanes, and Quilts, rich Fringes, and French Cornice Poles. GENTLEMENS* ELASTIC BELTS, ~wa7-ranted to keep their position on the body without pressure, to support the corpulent, relieve debility, improve the figure, and for the ease and comfort of those who ride on horseback, oi travel in carriages ; approved by eminent medical men. Constructed upon entire new principles, by Vistirin and Company, 05, New Bond-street, where specimens may be seen. Country resideuls can send measure by inches.   Letters must be post paid IMPOSTURE UNMASKED.-The progress of merit, although frequently assailed, is not impeded by envy and detraction. The aggression of ambuscade terminates in defeat; and conscious rectitude ultimately triumphs iu the attainment of the grand object-public approbation. The test of experience is the guarantee of favour, and has established WAR REN'S BLACKING in general estimation; of which there exists not a stronger proof than the tacit acknowledgment of a host �f servile imitators, who surreptitiously obtrude on the unwary a spurioas preparation as the genuine article, to the great disappointment of the unguarded Purchaser, and manifest injury of WARREN, whose character and interest, by this iniquitous system, are equally subject to detriment. It become*, theiefore, an indispensable duty to CAUTION" the PUBLIC against the manoeuvresjof unprincipled Vendors, who hating no character to lose, and stimulated by avarice in tbeir nefarious pursiits, aim at the acquisition of money through any inenium thao that of honour! The original and ma fchlesf BLACKING bears on each bottle a short direction,, with the signature ROBERT WARREN. All others are counterfeits; and in manv Instances the imposition labels are artfully interlined with a different address, in very small characters, between the mere conspicauns ones of " No. 30," and "STRAND. It is earnestly recommended to Sbopkee^T Md^oth^ere wboai^ rlecetved by bue fabrications of WARREN'S BLACKING, to return the detected trash to the source whence"^ex-pose the machinations of rascality, to nfnied oblow.-ScM-by.eiery respectableVendor In Town and Country, inWles at 6d., lOd., Is., and is. 6d. easb.   

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