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   New Times And Representative (Newspaper) - November 6, 1826, London, Middlesex                                WHITAEER BEACON BJJOY. -----ITO�OUf*Ej LONDONj Nov. 4 ... i----     S.--InfonnaUoa has _     ___ ____which there is great reason , toapmttadr&t ib� tffiD^EAjCONfBUOY has disappeared atJwi.Jrittxpdt loss sqf riaie, ;s;hodld 4ha a^otfeiu/fcnialvfo prove �   ' .      '    AcMlfcALTY-CH?Fr^. l*ov. 2, 18SO. WIDOWS' PENSJON8 . . jVi'-'-oTOaBBiMSon and Warrant Officer* of the Royal Widows y'al'Nav.v, ^nons frsarthe -Charily estahjaahed for ihrar < Rel ic f, rD'0i�n^NSIONrHneWi IheJOth of Septem- _dS5-iSi"#idow� of Snws^SeAssistai* Surgeons, filte^^���w�ii�V*i�',8ATORDA.Y, the tHh rrtstanti 7T"=r-�---------------� "---titers on MONDAi , ^THURSDAY, be, thettffllnitattpaW o4 ^ay4n ., , mm 4he,fi0fm�6/l& art Stolsaev And Notice U furtberOiveiv tUt fie�i   ... , ^. ,, . sent, oo-theWtb:*mtaWv-to UteiTwiiWs ��de�HntheCoun try  BRITISH PRESS. No 88414 LONDON,   MONDAY,   NOVEMBER (5,  1826 (        PRICK ) SEVENPENCE. B Gatreryccairniaos OP ^ with'the COI-tKCTIOK o' VILLIAM BARNARD,, Keeper. THE LAT^SEJRM.of W6S8K, CHASE.CHIN-,   , NtJRT, MC. DOWALL and CO, of MADRAS. Notice isherefcv gireo, that a' MEETING of'Ute CREDITORS of thf lata Firm of Messrs, Chase, Cbjrinery, Mb. Dow-' alt, end Co., of Madras, u'ilf be held.at the Couultog House of VHtciwr,Alexander, and,Co. Agents for the Truster�, No. 10, Kmc'a Arms-yard, Colaman-atree^. London, on Wednesday, the ffith November ensuing, at Twelte for One o'clock nredsety, to receive aReiwrt of the Proceedings of the Tnia-Iv^siocetheJast Moeliog, and of the final Award of the. Car-C�/aMr*�ioDer* on *��-Claims of the late Firm on the late NsJobsof the Carnalic; and aho to consider of the necessary . arrangements forinakinga Dividend of theProperty ,conseqnentlv lo Je realized, among the Creditors of that Honse. I   London, Oct. 31,1820. MANUFACTURERS' RELIEF COMMITTEE, 1�. Biahopegaie-streft Within.. Nov.4,1826.-In ' cooaequerice of being urgently solicited - to colieet Apparel, , Blankets, &c. for the Destitute Poorof the Manufacturing Districts, this Committee earnestly invite fron>. Benevolent Indivl-'dulfr-the LOAN of Xl'ARfeHOUSES, or otlier Offices, in nakDc had'eoavetUfDt attjationa, to be used aa Depots for the rc-Rpdioo of audi article* of ibe above description aa thehonnty t)f tho PaMk may incline them to contribute. W. H. HYETT, Sec MANUFACTURERS' REUEF COMMIT-TEE-At MEETINGS �f tlie COMMITTEE for RELIEF of the DISTRESSED MANUFACTURERS, heU at No. 19, lii&nspsgate-streel Within, on the fallowing days, via.:- On Monday, 30th October, JOHN SMITH, Esq. M.P. in the Chair : It was resolved, that Grunts be made- To Heatnn Norris, Dear Stockport, for Clothing -       �'50 To Yate and Pickup-bank, near Uiackbum, ditto - �) To Livesey, near Blackburn, dittb - - - .V> To Staioland, n>^r Halifax, additional grant - 5(> "To Nwnary.near Fronie, Somenset -       -        -     40 On Thursday. Nov.2, JOHN WOOLLEY. Esq. inthcCliair : To Cborley, Lancashire, ior Townnhip, Clothing      -        160 'To Cliviper,near Hurntey, taincajhin-, ditto 50 To Stockport, Cheshire^, aadUionai^rant 100 To Accrinctdn, ne vn3bipf,,Bdditipnal grant 100 To Recleshm, new BlacMrarn, for doihing. ditto 15 To Hasttngdon, Rev. Wm. Gray, for ditto, ditto 60 precisely, Applications to the Committee must be addressed " Francis j Frejaling, Esq. London," and iiipejscribed "Manufacturer?'!   H. R. Bishop, price 2s.; " A. B. C." Duct, sung by Mi�s Love and Signor de Beenis, composed by J. Parry, price 2s.; " No lonRerthc SonRof the Lark,"composed by John Barnetl, price Is. Od.; " The Bonnie Lassje" (Of h' the Airls, inc.) comflbsed b5 Mrs. Mills,price 2s.--Thc Public arc respectfully cautioned that the original " Buy a Broom." is Ihe one composed by H. R. Bishop.-(iouldinj; and D'Almaine, 20 Sobc-sqnare. SELLING OFF, under prime cost, the reraainitip STOCK of PLATE and best SHEFFIELD PLATED GOODS, of J. Lxng, No. 7, Haymarket, who is relinquishing that branch of the Busine&V on account of its interfering with his extensive Stock of superior Town-made Guns and Pistols, in addition to which, be has just OpenH an elegant Shooting Gallery for the amusement of Noblemen and Gentlemen (for Pistol Shooting), on a similar plan to those now so fashionable in Paris. THEATRES, DRURY-LANEaqd COVENT GARDEN.-PERSONAL FREE ADMISSIONS *o every Performance for the Season, may be purchased .at W. SAMS', Subscription Librarv. i, SL James's-alreel.-Alsaw PRIVATE bOXES, by the|>4tght, in the most desirable situations. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.-Mr. W. BEACALL and Mr. ROSE. Surgeon.Dentists, 13, Newman-street, Oxford-street, having, with uaremjtting diligence,long made the science of Artificial Teeth, where Mechanical contrivance is requisite, their peculiar study, continue to supply the Loss of Teeth, with Natural or Artificial, in a superior manner, without the least pain, from a single Tooth to a complete set, at little more than one half the usual charges, lecth cleaned, if >'nr so disco oured, and rendered white and beautiful, without pain or iu-'uty to the enamel. Extracting, stopping, and etc ly operation on the Teeth and Gums.   Attend at lionK; fiom ten till four. BOOKS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. ALETTER to JAMES HUMPHREYS, K� nd unreservedly. THE ESTATE is part FREEHOLD, and the rwnainder COPYHOLD; the situation exceedingly eligible, inasmuch as it is tut a Bhort mile from the Woodbridue River, with a gantle declivity tbereunlu all the way; a turnpike road incloses tbe larger portion .if the land, adbrding, in m.inj instances, very imiting ntnations to build on, .The Property includes about TWENTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND, the soil of the finest charactur fr SulToIk Bricks, whicli it is hardly nrcps,-'�r� to remark, produce tbe highest piircs in the London Market, nnd their adaptation lo the New Churches wiiii-h will be erected in the succeeding years, muft ensure from this source alone a  ' ronduttipg, this enterprise to ;i succf ssful tcnnindlion ; U t�ill he sdverfluous here to apeak of t'jp^bil. the bricks which HaVc b-en recently made, are demon. i'iaii\i>proof trrstitsia impiHfsiUu t3 surpass, and exceedingly difnrnlt to ennst them ; flie earth is already duff, and prepared for .VH),00  pbemalia forrning the Travelling Theatres.-To be SOLD b� AUCTION, by Messrs. ROBINS, on Tuesday and Wednesi day, the 5th and 6th of December, arranged in Lota to meet tbe views of Managers, Masquerade Warehouses, &x. THE extensive and exceedingly valuable PRO' PERTIES and ,\PPEN DAGES of RICHARDSON'S THEATRES, including everv thing eweotia! tor Dramatic Representation, the Caravans for tnmspor;i'!g the wxole, and all the requisite materials used in erecting temporary Theatres in th� PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF ENGLAND, j mere outline of which can only be given. Tbe Wardrobe is of the brtt description, and in snrh ar. excellent state of preservation as to \ ic with tho�e of the two Patent Theatres ; it includes several complete suites-of Dresses, eash SO in number, of the Chinese, Indian, Turkish, Roman, Scotch, Spanish, and other Cos-lumi .. with the necessary pn>pcrties,|numerous character dresses' i'onijilete. crimson robes, cloaks, boots, ice; in short,every dress which ran lie required in the Drama. The Scenery is of the first rale order, by those well known artists, Greenw-ood *rul Andrews, sen. ; i.lie number about 70 drops, 10 feet 8 inches high by 14 feet wide, representing scenes of e\ery description, with three sets of wings, sii stage doors, two portable orchestras, and an infinity of corresponding set pieces. The Properties include those of na-rous representations, particularly fur Der Freischatz, the Go- ready to commence its operations on the return of the season. OURNEYS across the PAMPAS; and among the | There is an e\< client Cottage Villa and corresponding offices in A O1 AN DES.^-By Captain FRANCIS BOND HEAD, the Commissioner of the Rio Plata Mining Association. I'rmted for John Murray, Albemarlv-strret. ' OCTAVO EDITION OF MAJOR DEN HAM'S TRAVELS.-2 vols, with I.i Plates, 36s., a Second Edition of THt TRAVELS and D1SCOVKRILS in NORTHERN and CENTRAL AFRICA. By Major DENHAM, Captain  cni.iile-streof. ln -A \ois. post b>o. prioc Sis. (i I. TIIK TOR HILL.   By the Author of " Br.un-bletye House." " Oh ! whHt was love mndp-1nr, if'tis not the same Tlim' joy and thrrl'torments. Thro' glory and shame ' I know not, I ask not, if guilt's in that heart; 1 bot know that 1 love thee, whatever thou art'" Thomas Moore. Printed for Henry Colbnrn, 8\ New Burhngton-strcel (re moved from Condnit streef). In one vol. post 8vo. prlr� Os. (Id. THE YOU.NG, RjXLEMAN'S COMRADE, a Narrative uf his Military Adventures, Imprisonment, and Shipwreck.   Edited by thjjcelebrated GOETHE. Ajso. in post t*vu. urice 9s. 6d. A SECOND EDITION of the ADVENTURES of a YOUNG RIFLEMAN.  By Hirosulf. Printed for Henry Colbnrn, New Burlinglon-strett rt-moved from Conduit-street). Dedicated, by pernmision, to uxs Majesty, in a few days will be published, io two vols. 8vo., with a t'ine Portrait, by Tomei, from a Picture by Sir Thomas Lawrence, prico 2Ss. MEMOIRS of tUc LIFE of Ma SIDDONS. By JAMES BOA DEN, Esq.. interspersed with Anec- .       . - �815 Snbscriptionsalreadv advertised      �131,V97/. Ifls. 3d. r     AiJ�mOT*JAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. . Re9. George Chamber- Per Baraiay and Co. layne, Rector of Wyke    ,      Aon Wigg -        �2 10 ftpgh, Derset     .     �50 0  Mary Bnllen        -        0 Per Barnetts and Co. Per' Martin and-Co. Johtf Williams      -        1 0 | Wm. Brass -       5 �, . ShibscrlnlionB received by all the Bankers Tn Town and Court-' M-"*  By JAMES BOADEN. Esq. tryjfuisWjP^ishopaasJeHrti^tWid^ to lbc i jlacl{n ineetfte^nSa^^TKr^yTaid Saturday, at Twelveo'CJoete UnU^.-Wfe of her B;o^. Mr. Kemble. j "--^ -  ��  * J 1   Printed fof Henry Colburn, H, New Burlington-slrect (re- moved from'Conduit-street). Uniform with the Italinn Novelists, inll vols, pixt ,Sm. price ZH,. THE HERMAN NOVELISTS : Talcs sr-lecled from ancient and modern Authors in that language, from the earliest peiiod to (he close of the Eighteenth century , with Critir.il aod Biographical Notices. By THOMAS ROS-COE, Esq. I'rinled for Henry Colburn. H, New Burlington-slm-i. Unifonn with " The Rifleman," in I vol. post Hvn. 9>. (il. ME M O I R S of A  SKR.lt' A N T it. tlw FRENCH ARMY.-Written by HIMSELF. Coin arising his Adventures in Italy, Spain, Germany, Russia, &C. from 18a') to 1823. Printeil for Henry Colburn, S, New Burlirigtnn-.strret. the centre of tlie ^round�. | Particulars ma\ he had twent\-cne days prior to the sale ; of Mr. Last, on the Premises at the Inns at Woodbridge  While Hoi^e. Ipswich; of Mr. Kearsey, 19, Lolhbury ; at the Marl; j and of Messrs. Kohins, Cnvent gatden, where samplos of the product of I'rtth l-Atntes are on vjeir, , Notice of Extensive Sak-�of Estates, by Direction of his Honour the \ ice-Chaneel'ior. banks respectfully informs the Puli-i'-8- lie. that, �n Thursday, the 23d dav of November next, \mII t-e sulini'tl--d iinreservedly to PUBLIC SA LE. at the Aur-tion M rt. Bartholomew-lane, l.ondnn divers \'alnshle FREE-HOI, l>. CO P V (I!) LI), and LEASEHOLD PROPERTY GROUND REN r.S, and REVERSION'S, severally situate lit Bexley and Deplford. m the conn:y of Kent : Hollowav, in tin- county of Milliesex: Much Leish and Lit:!* Wallharh. in lii. i i.nniv nf Eitt. ; Si. Marlii-in-lhe-Field<, in th� af.irrsaid rouut\ of Middlesex ; Mtadweil, and R-ili htli--Highway, in the s.iid y Manton, Mills, c.. i---------' >   .1        1,      * ,l-     _   , inglon Green, producing a present nt-tt income of !M)/. per ann. Twelve o clock ( hy means of one of the 1 artners in this enteral,,! held for years.-To be SOLI) by AUCTION, by Mr. prise, being necessitated to gojihroad).Ihe celebrated Exhibition, JOSEPH BANKS, at the  Auction Mart, on Thursday,; 'HE ItfcllLORAMA. ^1" � 23, at 12; the Estate is Laud Tax tree, and comprises I embracing eight exceedingly fine Paintings by Stanfield and /OUR \".r\ Desirable 110 V S ES, containing com- 1 N'ash, of which it m,v be truly said, tbe etlect is suck that it r,.ri ki   ,       i.       i i .      if,      i        i~. �        in;is: he seen tv. be sumcientlv appreciated; it were in vain to lortable ciiamhers, dining and brvakfast par ours, kitchen. -      e . ' . .      . .        ,    . , ....�ii.iiri   ,n,i,-,i.,. , I    .  n  i ,,  , ,,i i i      a �i     attempt to describe'.hem sufficiently, and in Ibis spirit, and with .on iioiii   ,i n a L,.irn,-ns con pletf v v\ a lei   in, part let. and lie    ,      1 - . , .* n . j     ^      e-     . ,,,,  '                      ,        r ,i    ii        .       r .i             i  the most pericct con idence, Messrs. Robins are desirous of invit-reni.'.inrirr i.i the occupation of the Proprietor, of the ann-ia          ,      'W     ..    ^        -r,   \- . ..  ; .i..^       i-.t,. ,,r T,..,-,   i.     ,r i i     ii  ,a    i      i ...      .   ii      i    i  u i    i        .      ing h-iiub u: aitentii-n.   7 be \ i*w> include Ike City ol J linn Vrtlueol One Hundred tn   Iwentv Pounds, bed by Ia�ase tor     K. ,,       .,    ...   . .     ,         ,.          ri-u-n          .         ~_j ; . ,        t       ii      i       ,                     �       . . j .      i mid Bath, the Hoy Is anil, the Castle e,/Chi Ion (eilenor BDd I a ti rm "I one liuni red and ninetv-miie yars, abo'e stated, Iroin I                      ,      , . .       ,.               , r> ...     ..i r ,�j�. i i � i,.... i... . �i.i.    i              i      �                                iinten.ir,. Net rv Abbey, the City of Kouen, and Uonaon to , t hrisliii.is, lst i, ami at a low ground lent.                                              J.:          -�         ,      .         ,   .        .      . . j .       u-u . I    Ma> b,- viewed till the S,le. \ application lo Mr. Mann, on   l5!M'-   The pcc-i.iary advantages lo be contempUted by exb.b, -the Premises.   Parl,ci.;..,9 had' hi the Three Crowns. S.,ke ' 'nK "f^ I'^'^ej. ,n the principal towns in England II so mani-v,   ,,,,,,   r-  .i.   . j,    .i    u .     i    i    ii ,     iii     .   '  : fest, that it w i   be a moat superfluous lu notice it. Nrivington, Cock and (      le, t\mgsUnd ; Peacock, Is ingtou ; -            .             .      i      , .            , ,        i   .   u� l j     d; ,�i.iL,t.,,i \i.  i     .i. f    i�        i   ,ik.,..    v. ,.          Mav be v irvved wuh t dtmugnes, at U. each, to be had in Pic-an.l al i' e othc, s o|  >1 r. .1 ,,�eph I ,iiik�, 1h, l.othbury    Auction.                   ,   , ,,          , .     . rk�;,     /� .., . .,..s,, Mail ; and Hackney. Middlesex. . !ru,llll>  �"d "l Messrs. Robiss Offices. Covent-garden.___ Freehold Dwellu.g House, an-l Thru' fi'eli.ld C.irra�.->. ' The �...lnable and extensive Slock uf Bricks and Breeze, of the W lute Horse-lane, Stepney.-To be SOLI) hy AUCTION i Patent Brick Company, on their Estates at Legh and Wood-b.M.. .lOSEPH BANKS, at the Man, on WedmsdayM hrulge.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Messrs. ROBJN'S, Nov. k, at Twelve, by direction ortlie A'.signie, vv ith the ion ' the And ion M-irt, opposite the Bank, on Wednesday, Nov. sent of the  \nnuitant of Mr. Robe t Trutt, a Bankrupt  in     29, at Twrhc, io Lots suited to the Trade, and unreservedly, on.-Lot,comprising j A BOUT SIX  MILLIONS and a HALF of 4   DWELLING HOUSE, Yard, and Premises,'        BRICIxS. on tbe Estute at Legb, in Essex, tbe quality of JjL   being No. 22, Ernest-street, White Hon.i-l�ne, Stepney, j which is pruv emially good; they are desirably placed in ten 0  u stacks contiguous ti the river.   Also, about 1,000 Load of Kr.-iv, and on the Estate at Woodbridge, in Sufiolk xonI fiom the river), there are upwards pf 900,000 of tiie yearly value of Also, Three Freehold Carcases, of a similar character, adjoining the above, completely coveied in, and when linisried, are computed to produce, per annum. 3ii  0   0 THE nrr THE  LONDON   AND   WESTMINSTER WINE and SPIRIT COMPANY. No. 16, Strand, op pasite St. Martin's Church, have constantly on Salo*- Tolu.1 yearly rent, - �10  0  0 May be viewed until tbe Sale, and printed Particulars had on the Premises ; of Mr. 'valker. Solicitor to the Commission. Stepney ; and at the offices of Mr. J. BaDks, *>, Lolhbury ; Auction Mail; and Hackney, Middlesex. Freehold Ground Rents, amounting to 53/. Ils. per Annum, ansng from Six Dwelling Hoii'-s, Bnthnal-green.-To be SOLO by AUCTION, by Mr. JOSEPH BANKS, at the Mart, on Thursil iv. Vnv. *|, at Twelve, in One Lot. ;MV()  FREEHOLD  GROUND-RENTS, mounting to ,r�3/. Its. arising from six Dwelling Houses, bein^ N.is. 3, 1, and 5, Portland-place, and Nos. 13, 14, and 15, Tim lock-slrce!, Bethnal Greco-road, in the county of Middlesex, 1-t un lease to Mr. Gibson and Mr. Allen, for a term of lit y f.'rs each. 1'i.nled Particulars mnv be had on the respective Premises ; and .i! ihe Offices of Mr. Joseph Banks, IK, Lolhbury ; Auction Mart; and Hackney, Middlesex,. Fine Classics, Books of Prints, sc.-To ba SOLD by AUC by Mr. SOTHEBY, il Ins House ...lorl mi.'e lioiu me rivery, mere are uusuris ucmujuw fjf THE VERY BEST SUFFOLK BRICKS.  Ilvrillhardly be necessary to remark their adap'ation to Ibe new Churches, which ',i ill shortly be in progress.  The total quantity near SE> EN MILLIONS AND A HALF OF CAPITAu BRICKS, and six months will l*. allowed llm purchasers for their removal from the 1st of March. Catalogues maybe had fourteen days prior to th� sale on Ihe -ever;.' Estates: also at the Inns at Wnodbridge, Ipswich, South, nd, ,cd Gravrsend ; the Auction Mart; of Mr. Kearsey, No. 4:1, Lolhbury, and of Messrs. Robins, Covent-garden. At I*e,,h, in Essex. -The Patent Brick Company's Estate, containing :itl Acres of the fiuest Brick Earth ; the River forming its boundary on one side, and the High Road toJSouthend the other, with the Iron Railway for placing the Bricks imme-diit-lv on board, and at an inconsiderable expense.-To be SOLI) by AUCTION, by Messrs. ROBINS, attheAuciion .Mart, opposite the Bank, on Wednesday, Ihe 291h of November, at Twelve, by direction of Ihe Proprietory, aod unreservedly, THE Valuable FREEHOLD BRICK FIELDS, exceed 30 Acres, of a soil w lach one j ear's experience has - - � -1           - -S-----a. j! T In4to. price II. lis. 6d. noarns, RAVELS   and   ADVENTURES on the SHOREof the CASPIAN SEA; with some Account of ihe Trade. Commerce, nnd Resources of those Countries. By . ... JAMES B. ERASER, Esq. Author of" A Tour in the Him&la ! Facrnlati Lexicon, 4 torn, russia ; Herodotus, Gr. et Lat. Wes Mountains " &c. 'selincii; Julii Pollucis Ooomastiron, 2 turn, large paper ; Sca- Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Grrcn. ', pulai Lexicon, best edition ; Slephani Thesaurus Ltngnre Grrrxa?, TION, by Mr. SOTHEBY, il Ins House, No. 3, Welling- ""p."' 1*R~"," "j- T ".VoTr.rfVmini that di ton-street! Strand, on Tuesday, Nov. 7, and Three following ! demr�.tjated_to be_o_f the finert^order^ ^V-rv8Tn-rent In^l VTALOGUE of thn Classical, Critical, and |f- r- f07a"coB�%ra"ble"di.ttuice, giving the Historical LIBRARY of a Gentleman retiring into the ] ' " .l- - - country ; including, Diodorus S.culus, Gr. et Lat. 2 torn. ru:.sia ; c- PerDoaen, Port, Tinta�ea&�^2Ta. to SOa. Ditto Crusted ..-... .S6s.,.. 42s. Ditto, 5 to 8years in bottle..........,.48*. ...66s. Sberry,   Pale   and - Brown    .......,2tt*<�*f|6a. DittoAmontiUadQ..49K,. 48s. Madeira, Weaalndii afisVi. JUil Ditto. Ea�t India Mifc4 Chahlja Kucellas...........42s. .. 48k TeuerifacLUM^y*-. . .tain ........^ Claret, SLjnlien ..4HK tpiSa}. 0�;T�, Jamaica R�B^fc<^ per Per Dozen. ClaceUiLafUte. and.. Marganx........72s.... Otis. Sparkling     Cham- pagan...........72s... 84s. Ditlp and Creaming, .  of the first quality 90s. St Peray, dry* and sparkling ..63s. ...50*. , 9Gs. . t53�. -sNo,av Hermitage, Red *ad 1  Wbit*........~...72s, ...84s. iMwuOle, Sauterae,   . , Brandy, FerntosTi, &c. llEdittbwgb. Ales. Tree aod Co. has made , thorpiana?, 2 vols, large paper; Clarke's Travels in Europe, II valuable additions to onr knowledge of Persfa, and gained ahols.; Classici, .apudBrindlry, 21 vols, old ted morocco; Dib-rrgtrt to rank as the very �first to whom we owe n distinct view din's Bibliographical Tour, 3 vols, large papet ; British Essay-of any considerable part or Persian Khorasan."-Edinburgh,1 Uts, 15 vols, elegant copy, extra jbntjsi Ngyelisls, 50 vols Rev iew. No. 80. - ! extra; Froissart and Monstrelet s Chronicles, 26 yrjln. uniformly ---   -----.--------------- ! bound, extra; Edinburgh Review, 3S vols.; Quarterly Iteview, I   a   pp a r.Tin 1� ' tUr,"!,m       ^   1    ..... v-c 38 vols; large collation ol,,riccd Catalogues, 5tc. To which is a   PRACTICAL-TREATISE on the MEANS ly � dSelectionof Spanish Books and Manuscripu, recejitky r*�-�lP.?,yi^tIN�W-treAting the vARir"-,ci -    "*'-'�   " -     ' _       ,       __.......ET1ES if'i;OSTIVEN'E�S, wtuch oacur at dilfrrcnt Periods of Life, afi'd in Cases of Vredisposrtion to various Constitutional Maladies, in joecnliar temperaments of Body, in Disorders of the Loiup, Stomach, LU^r, Rectum, and daring Pregnancy, kc. by Medicine, Diet, &c ByRrCHARD REECE, M.D. Fellow or the RoyafcCollege of SojeEoug,&e. fitc Printed for Longman. Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. Of w^icajtmaybV^ad, br^h**ame Author, THE MEDICAL OUTDE, lot the Use of the Heads of Families, tbe. Clergy, and younk Practitioners ; embracing tbe latest Discoveries in Uedkiii*. The Uth Edit, 10i. 6d, bdi, impuitct! from Spain ; aniong which will be found many vulu able works relating lo Soula America, fcc. he. To be viewed, and Catalogues had at the place of the Sale. SALE-of-BOOKS.-THIS DAY, Nov.  Bordered, Mattress to ditto............... Mahogany Drawers with solid ends .... Eight Mahogany Chairs.............. Feather Beds free from dust and smell, �2 12 P tov...................s....., Drawing-room Sofa,from �5 5 0 to.... Ditto Bedstead......~.................... Mahogany Horse Harr Sofa............ A qnantiry of Paper Hangings, at mT..,,_____ Houses' Furnished at a few days notice, and Apartment* ia a few faearsj. Good* packed.fireecf expense except the Matting. Appr ajaementa in Ttfwn. and, Country vanpv Estates valued. The Committee of this Esbtblisonicnt return their siaeere thanks to the NoWbty and Pablic in generalvA>r the mostlmeraJ patronage bestowed on the. Society Burtaelbe, laatvesr. aadhope "�-      " '   *~-"----'------ .12, future-tavo 1   6 1 1 2 ID 6 10 8 ft 8 8 8 8 6 10 ,    --- nearly Half Price. 0 0 0 0 upwards. 1st daj, of lat* July, the Cc^Buttee ^^^^inct nounce.that after deducting for sick, J^gSl SS^TSS. dcataiWiisjs^t^^ �rre received intq �t2.^�V w b� eayto�irl*'_c_ h.^, tkrough flwpnblte fcvonr, w be=^ja�g^. nimbettaii fear.   

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  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

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