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   New Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1822, London, Middlesex                                No. 6621.1 LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1822. r        PRICE-| SEVENPENCB. EXCHEQUER BILL LOAN OFFICE, South Sea House, 6th August, 1822. WHEREAS an Act has passed in the present Session of Parliament, cap. 86, " to amend two Acts  of the 57th year of His late Majesty, and the 1st year of His ,� present Majesty, for authorising the issue of Exchequer Bills, . jimJ the advance of Money for carrying on Public Works and ' Fisheries, and Employment of the Poor ; and to authorise a  farther issue of Exchequer Bills for the purposes of the said ,1 Ans:" Notice is hereby given, that all applications for Loans under the said Acts by any Body or Bodies Politic or Corporate, or any Company or Companics-of Proprietors, or Person or Persons engaged in or desirous of carrying on any Works of a public nutute. or for the encouragement of the Fisheries, er the support of any Collieries or Mines, or any Trustees of Roads, Railways, ,,r Drainages, or any Person or Persons proposing to undertake mi) Embankment from the Sea, in Great Britain, specifying the amountleuuircd, the purposes to which the same is to heap. |ilio ale, and the remainder o* the purchase money to be paid before the Stores are remov. d, for e.luc i pur. p-me a period of H working days will ;>e allowed from Ihe slay uf s-iie; t'-.e buyers particularly observing fiat not less than one hi'i of ihe quamny is to be taken awav wu^.in tne fnsi seven d.iys. and the remain,ler in the seven fni!o*in_' .lays, o hir,\i,n tlie de.iosit money "ill be forfeited, and the Provision.-! or Store-; remain the property ,.f the Crown, as no extension of tim, tvi.l on any aceouni be granb-d. i'ne Provisions and Stores may be viewed during the working hours of the Yard, on the three days immediately preceding the do of sale; Catalogues mav bv had on application at the sad Yard. JOHN MIL, Comptroller. ALL PERSONS having any CLAIM or DE-1 WT M AND upon the ESTATE of RICHARD GLO- I   VV VEll, Esq. of St. James's-street, deceased, are requested to send an Account thereof to Messrs. Still, Strong, and liackham, Lincoln's Inn. I^HE CREDITORS of Mr. SAMUEL HALE, - late of Guildhall Coffee-bouse, London, deceased, are requested to send the particulars of their Demands to Messrs. Vandercom and Comyn, Solicitors, 23,  Bush-lane. Cannon- street. London. London bridge water works, Sept. 6. 1822.-Notice is hereby given, that the TRANSFF.R BOOK of this Company will be SHUT on TUESDAY NEXT, the 10th instant, and will be OPENED again on TUESDAY, the 1st October following, in order to make a Divideud for the half year ending at Michaelmas 1822 ; and that the Dividend Warrants will be payable on the said first day of October,_ROBT. SHARP. Secretary. wishing in the  regent'S canal.- , 5-THCE of ORDNANCE, May 6,  1S22- The Public are hereby informed, that Til IRIV-SillVEN PLATES of the ORDNANCE SURVEY of tiREAT BRITAIN, carried on under the Superintendence of the late Major General William Mldce L.L.D ! .11. and A.S. aro now complete, and that IMPRESSIONS Irora them arc on SALE at the ORDNANCE MAP-OFFICE, in the Toweii of London; and at Mr. Padf.n's, Agent to the Board, at Charing-cross. These Plates contain the Counties of Kent, Essex, Sussex, Hants, Dorset. Devon, and Cornwall, and the greater pirts of Pembroke, Somerset. Surrey, and Wilts, besides portions of other adjoining Counties. l'late'V 11., containing the remaining Parts of Middlesex and Surrey, and the Country for about Thirty-two Miles West and Eighteen Miles North of London, will be published in the beginning of August. This, with the adjoining Plates alrejdy published, will form a complete Map of the Environs of the Metropolis. Pait X., consisting of Eight Plates, containing trie Counties of Lincoln, Rutland, &c. will be published next ycir; and the Work being still in progress according to the original design of giving a Map of Great Britain, on a Scale ef' One Inch to a Mile, the future Parts will follow as fast as th� natureof such n Work nil 1 admit, without increasing its annual expense. Gentlemen wishing to procure a Map of the Country surrounding their own habitations, may, by application to Mr, Raker, at the Ordnance Map-Office, at the Tower, where an Index Map will be shewn, select any Sheets they please for that purpose.-All letters on this subject addressed to Mr. Baker,, under a cover to the Secretary of the Board of Ordnance, Pall-null, will be immediately attended to. By order of the Board. Ii^H. CREW, Sec. FOR SALE by Auction, at the Custom-House, Newcastle, ou Thursday, the 26lb day of September 1822, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, the following GOODS, viz. C�t.  qrs.   lbs. 5     1      17   Sheet or Window Glass. 11 Glass-Cutters' Grindstones. 1 Trov SaLL 1 Top' Sail. 4 Gallons Whiskey. Rope. Spun Yarn. 12 0 Hun 0 0 0 0 0 1 qrs. 25 odd. 2j 4 8 10 Deals. Battens. Deal Ends. Batten Ends. One open Boat. And a Quantity of Fire-Wood. The whole of which may seen on application at the Custom-House on the Tuesalayand Wednesday preceding the day of Sale. Custom-House, 28th August, 1S22. REAL OLD ENGLISH SCHEME-ALL MONEY, NO CLASSES, and NO FIXED FRIZES-The only one of the kind for more than '0 years past.-One Hundred and Twenty CAPITAL PRIZES, including Of. .. =�20,000 .. 10,000 5,000 5... 10.. . 20.. ...of... .=�2,000 .   1,000 500 2........ 3........ 10....... 'JO........ 20........ 6u........ 200........ 400........ 5,000....... And 80 Prizes o"f 5001. and 2001. SCHEME-ALL MONEY. .of......=�20.000 .........are.........=�60.000 .........   10,000 ........................ 20 000 .........     5,000 ........................ 10.000 ..........     2,000 ......................   6,000 .........     1,000 ........................ 10,000 ..........       500........................ 10 000 ..........       300 ........................   6.000 ......... 200...................... 12,000 .......... 40 ........................   8,000 .......... 20 ........................   8,000 ..........        10 ........................ 50,000 20,000 Tickets. =�200,000 NO CLASSES-NO FIXED PRIZES. DRAWING BEGINS 30th OF OCTOBER. Tickets and Shares are selling at all the Offices, and by their Agents in every principal Town in the Kingdom. ATRONISED by the Royal Family ; their Im- penal Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Russia; His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of China; and the Duke of Brunswick; by their Especial Authority; and most of the Nobility ihroughout Europe, ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL (the Original and Genuine), which for many years has been universally admired ard is the best and cheapest article for nourishing the Hair, preventing Us falling of, or turning gray, preserves it to the latest period of life ; promotes a luxuriant growth on the baldest placc3, whiskers, eye-brows, AVc. CURLY HAIR,-It produces and makes the curl firm dur-ir-S exercise, or in damp weather-^renders hair that is harsh and tirv as sof( as silk, glewsy, elegant, and beautiful. INDISPOSITION, Accouchement, &c during irhich this Oil should be regularly applied, as is prevents the hair being injured, such as fall in g off or changing color, and retains its beaut v. CHILDREN'S HAIR.-A due attention to Children's Hair is oi the greatest inportance. This is invaluable ; it eraiii-e�tfs the scurf easy and pleasant, and is superior to combs, soaps &e., makes the h.ur firm in its roots, and fixes a stamina for a btautilul head of hair. Price 3s. Cd.; 7s.; 10s. Cd.; and If. Is. per Uottlc. RED WHISKERS, Gray Whiskers, Eye-Brows, Hair on Hie lle.id. effectually changed to Brown or Black, bv the use of KOWLAND's ESSENCE of T^ RE. By merely wetting the hair it immediately produces a perfect change. Price 4s. ; it. (id.; and 10s. 6d. per Bottle. Sold by the sole Proprietors, A. Rowland and Son, corner of Kirby-street. the first turning on the right in Hatton-garden, Holborn, London, and, by appointment, by all Perfumers and �Medicine Venders. \* Ask for ROWLAND'S OI L.or ROWLA N D's DYE, �uu particularly observe the signature on the label of each bottle, *� itnposters sign their trash A. RowlandsT; the Genuine is s,;ticd " A. Rowlan> & Sos." with the addres*. No. 1, Kirby-Srwt, Hatton-garden.   AH others are Counterfeits. Many apolications having been made to the Company for the privilege of ANGLING in the RE WE NT's CANAL, Notice is hereby given, that Persons desirous of Renting for this Amusement onejir more of the parts of the Canal stated in the undermentioned Divisions, are desired to seud their Proposals to the Canal Office. It is proposed to grant the privilege for Twelve Months from Michaelmas 1822, with a complete understanding that this privilege will be only gr.mted to persons undertaking not to injur,, m p.ny ri-spect the Works of the Canal, or inn ede in anv way the Navigation thereof. Divisions. From VVa'er Meeting at Paddington lo the Macclesfield ISnrige in the Regent's Park. From MaccU'slield Bridge to Ha.mps.tead Road Lork, including tbe collateral Cut and Basm. From i l.imt'Siead R"ad to West End oTtbe Isimtrtun Tunnel, wi'h the exception of that part ol the ("anal which is between Gr;iv':,-inn- lane Bridge -jnd 50 yar. s\\\--,t of Maiden i-ine Bridge. Fro-n E 1st end of Tunnel to Acton's Lock, nvtr iljckiuv fowt-paih Bnftee. Fr, m Acton's Lork to Mile-end Lock, near Mile end Roid. From .Vi e end L-uk to tin- Coni'iicn-ia) Road Lock. Rcgiiil'i, Canal Olh'ce  K K, Great Ri^seil street, 5th Septeirnier 1 COM M FIT "EE" ~Ia O O M 75, Old Broad-Mreet. Sept.ti. 1822. T :\ MEETING oi she COMMITTEE at the City of London  Tavern.   August 1H22,   for the It ELI EFof the PEAS A NTRY in those Parts of I RE LAND which have been suffering under the pressure of Distress - Itcsolved, Thai the sum of 5c001. be granted for the assistance of the industrious poor engaged in the Fisheries of Iruland, within the districts recently afflicted by the distress of scarcity. That an iidiiitional sum of ouOOl. be applied in aid of the general contribution of necessary and useful Clothing for the indigent poor of those districts. That the sum of 20001. be allotted for the relief of some extraordinary cases of distress, in particular districts. That the sum of 50001. be granted in aid of the Funds of the Mansion-house Committee of Dublin, to be applied to the promotion of industry in the distressed districts of the South and West of Ireland. That the sum of 30001. be granted to the London Society for bettering the Condition of the Poor in Ireland, and to the Ladies London Asssciation, for the purpose of promoting the industry and betteiing the condition of the Female Poor of Ireland. That this sum of "OCOl. be vented in the Chairman and the Right Hon. J. C Villiers, for the purpose of carrying this Resolution into effect. That the sum of 40,0001. be appropriated to Encourage and Assist the Employment of the Poor of the distressed provinces of Ireland in the manufacture of Flax and Wool, andinihepui-chase of the materials and machines necessary for thai purpose. That the cordial Thanks of the Committee be given to the Chairman for his vaUi.-'.ble services, and for every part of his conduct in the important care 3nd trust confided to the Committee. That the Thanks of the Committee be given to Messrs. Smit.i. Payne, and Smiths, for ihe great trouble vthich they have allowed to be given to their house, and also for their liberal and bcnerolent conduct (at a period when the urgent demands upon the Committee apoeared to exceed the subscription), in trie offer to make the advances required free of any interest, (Signed) JOHN SMITH, Chairman. Amount of Subscriptions the 4th September in London.................................=�268,559   2 11 Amount of Subscriptions at several Out-ports and Towns of England, Scotland, and Wales, about..................................     .'�,000  0   0 ANTED, to live eight miles out of town, a respectable YOUNG MAN, from 25 to SO, who per-fectly understands cleaning a carriage, must know town, will be required to drive occasionally, wait at table, ami make himself otherwise useful: an undeniable character will be expected from his last place, where he must have lived at leasttwelvc months. No married man need apply-Inquire at Bellevue House, WTal-thamstow. MRE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. A respectable Young Man, of extensive connections and active habits, and who for some years has been csnnected, directly and indirectly, with Insurance Business,.is desirous to obtain a SITUATION: and from the extent of his interest, his qualification, and other particular circumstauCes, he hopes his services will be found a valuable acquisition, and deserving the attention of a liberal Office.-Address post paid, to A. B. No. 117. Wbttechapel High-street, will be attended to. SECOND FLOOR  FURNISHED, for a a Single Gentleman or Lady, on Moderate Terms.- Inquire at 107. Mount-street. Grosvenor-fquare._ PICKED UF, in the Metropolis, last week, a WATCH. The Owner may receive the same by applying at the White H.irt Tavern. Bishopsgate-street. - If not owned within fourteen days, it will be sold to pay the expense.- September 6. 1 S22. _ ^O   USHERS," CLERKS,  and   Others__ ACADEMY.-To be DISPOSED OP, arespectabiv stunted AC A DEMY, on reasonable terms, which, may be improved I?y Latin beiiitr taught, ill health heing tbe cause of parting with it-Addre-s (tl bv letter, ptst paid) (o A. B., at Mr. Nicoll's, Watchmaker, 117, Great Portland,s�ieet. � ANK of "the T HAM ES~, Va?xhalL.-To be SOLU by PtuvATK Contract, or to be I.ET, rendy KUUNISHEI), an Kh^iuand A M I LY VI LLA RfclSI-DKNCK. wiih offices ami stabl.njr, kitchen j/ardrn, lawn, mid |M-a>iirc grounds, * ith s:uUly iMnlx-r trees, affording shudtr and ornament, and lerrace waik 1'u fVi*' in length, on thi.* Bank of the rhaiiH-s at Vduxii-.ll.- May  v viewe-' "tin Cards, find i'ar-tu'uiars niiiv oi' kntjwii at Mr. ChusiK'\s Offue. i'.tH malt. i PINNING   UlTLS7~*tHvaf 100  M~iIm Crora I.i-ndon. - To be .SOLO by i'kivatk Cmntkact, the LEASK and MACHINERY' of a U'DUSl'ED and WOOLLEN MILL, moot eligibly sitmted for Markets, with peiWL'rt'ul u'a: er whc-tls, on a ncvi-r failing stream. 1 he Ma-cf.:iini\ is chiefly iu-w, and ''V the first, uiaki-r in the KmjrdOfn, atid ni.iv be convc-iud to oiher pvirpnsi s; the whole in full work, with combing --hops, and replete with every convenience. Twelve years uf the Leas,.* are unexpTt-d, and at a very low rental ; iht* ammini of the puvchase may be paid in Carpeting.- Tor further particulars sppiy, if bv letter past j-aid, to Ur. \V \Y. ijiinpsijn, Auctiunuer, SLirveyor, ike, 24, Buckiersbury London. THE LITERARY CHRONICLE AND WEEKLY REVIEW (So. 173) of THIS DAY. September 7, contains- Reviews of two Pamphlets, by Lord Erskine and Charles Brinsley Sheridan, on Ihe Cause of tbe Greeks-Davis's Chinese Novels and Proverbs-Roscoe's Memoirs of Benvenuto-And Rliodes's Peak Scenery.-Original "-"apers:  Memoir of Sir VV. Herschell-Royal Academy of Music-West's Gallery__Original Poetry: Song, by H. tueel, Esq. - Bath Sets-Honor-The Hebrew s Lament for Zion, &c-The Drama, Literary, and Scientific Intelligence, &c.- Published at Sixpence, or Tenpence Stamped, by Limbird, 355, Strand ; and sold by all News-vendors and, Postmasters. Early next Winter will he Published, elegantly printed in one volume small 4to. IXTY   ANTIENT   BALLADS,   Historical _  and Romantic ; translated from the Spanish: with Notes and Illustrations. By J. G. l.OCKHART, LL.B. Printed for T. Cadcll, Strand, London; and W. Blanchard, Edinburgh 149,400   0   0 68,000   0   0 Amount of 1203 Remittances in   Money to Ireland, to this day....................... Amount of Provisions sent from kngland and Scotlarul, and of other Disbursements, and Expenses, and of Remittances and Provisions from the Out-pai ts, about............. The purpose of this Subscription, to rvlieve the temporary distress of the Western and Southern Provinces of Ireland, during the deficiency of their accustomed food of potatoes, bemtj accomplished and terminated by the new and abundant Crop ami favorable Harvest of this Season, this Subscription has ceased, and the remainder of thp benevolent and liberal Contributions of the Hrttish Public has been determined to be at once appropriated to various purposesof useful application in those Districts Amount ef subscriptions already advertised .... Further Subscriptions received. j^Oli. SALE by Private Conthact, to cover an advance, and seule an account, a small parcel ef W I N S, u ell deser\ ing any Gentleman's attention, at the fol-lo\Mii^ very low prices, md witrnin'td agreeable to Samples, which miy be tasted at the Broker's, where the Wine now lies, viz.:-�Hi Dozen Uousilluii. in Burgundy bottles, at 50s. per dozen; l'9 do. 1'Vencl, Red Wine, at 44s. per dozen; 21 do. very hue Kast India Madeira, at 54s. pur dozen ; 50 do. Pale Sherry, at 50s per dozen ; 'J5 do. Old Port, at 3lis. per dozen ; l'J do. Sherry, at 40s. perdozen ; 10 do. Noyau, at 5s. per bottle. One dozen of the abuse as samples may be obtained on paying for ; and any quantity forwarded to the Carriers to any part of the Kingdom, regularly peimitted and properly packed, or delivered, free of expense, within three miles of Loudon, ou a letter, inclosing a banker's bill or cash, being addressed to JuSEPH SPARROW. Sworn Wine and Spirit Broker, I'ountam-courr, back of 28, Che-ipMde. NDIA SHAWLS WANTED.--J. and W. WAITHMAN continue to pive the full value for LONG and SQ.L'ARE INDIA SHAWLS, on application at their Shawl and Linen Warehouse, No. 104, Fleet-street, corner of .New liiulge-street, where an extensive assortment is constantly on ^ale. f NDIA  VV A ItE H OUSL.-KVE KlNliTb N Is A trivia* the fullest value for INDIA SHAWLS, TURBANS, GOLD and SILVER MUSLINS, INDIA WORKED MUSLIMS, BfRDSof PARADISE, tec. &C -Ladies wishing to Exchange their Cacbeiaeres, raay be accommodated �n the most liberal Terras, on application at 18, LL'DGATE-STKEET, near St- Paul's, where au elegani Assortment is ranstantlv on Sal?. . . ,�268,728 4 3 19 50   0 0 BOO I 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 4 0 Stoke, Rev. A. Chees brough........... Poundslock, Rev. C. Dayman......... Peathing,    Rev.   J. Hawkins......... Thrussin'ton,   addit. Rev. W. Casson .. Peyirenbuiy, Rev. T. J. Jackson..... Simonburn,  Rev. Ev ,ns........ Langwm.   Rev. Thomas   ..... Staunton, Rev. T, Mallet........ Kirk Ireton, Rev. D.ivis....... Rev. 2   0 6 1    1 0 Rev. D. E. K. w'. 'r. r'.'B.' 6 S 0 10 0 4 i: l ii i 0 0 11 14 0 '2 10 6 K. JAMES'S POWDEtt, arid AN ALE L'- TIC PILLS. -The Public are respectfullv reminded '"attho SALE of the above MEDICINES, invented by mv (,'raridfaUier Dr. James, ts REMOVED from the late Mr. dewberry's, to the House of Mews. BUTLER, where ,r,'Ycan only be had genuine. It becomes the more iircc>s ry fecal this to the minds of the Public, as the Sons of my late Atent are now Tending compesitions of their own Manufacture, > Ur. James's Meilicines; and from tbe length of time Mr. Vwberry was supplied with the Genuine Medicines by my Ka-""ly, purchasers may be leil erroneously to suppose, that that '"Pply is still continued. To guard against the ill effects of 'P'inous Medicines, purchasers are requested to observe care-""j, that every Box of Pills and every Bottle and Packet of '��der, now bears* Reil Government Stamp, and a Label "Btied with my name, R. G. G. James. Stild by Butlers. Chemists, No. 4, Cheapside, and �20, Re-S�oi-sireet, London ; No. 20, Waterloo-place, Edinburgh ; 54, o-tckvillc-street, Dublin ; and by the principal Medicine-vendors ""lughoui the United Kingdom. . Stebbing, Rev, J Bull........ Lin^sell, ditto....... Berwickshire,   N. 1>, 4th remittance, per (>. Buchan, Esq... Chapel In le Frith, 2d remittance, Rev. S. Grundy ......... BUenafon, 2d remit-tonce,     Rev.    J. Jenkins.......... Small Subscriptions.. From Fry and Co. Catholic Chapel, North Shields, per Chapman and Co....... IS   0 0 From Marryutt and Co. Keysoe, Rev. - Pye   1   5 0 Kempston,  Rev.  G. O. Penwick ...... 13   2 3 From Jones, Li yd, and Co. Hutton, Warwick*..,,   1 17 10 From Smith, Payne, and Co. Lianendwyn, Rev. G, Owen..........   1 St.  Ginnis,  Rev. C. Dayman..........   1 Twining & Durhurst, Rev.   R. Sandfoid   4 J'lic Committee begs the attention of Clergymen.  Banters, and Local Committees, to the early remittance of the Collections maiie in their several Churches and Parishes. They also beg to request liom the '.everal Ports and Towns of England, Scotland, an.t Wales, a return of the amount of their several Collections and Iterant inces to Ireland in Money and Provisions, tfcat they may be included in a future general Report of the particulars, and amount of this generous national assist.nee. t>y order of the Committee. MICH. WM. t K O V Lanital, Philips Norburv, Blight ................   0 Lidbtiry North, ditto 15 Kddieborough ........   4 Diirow.n,    Uev.   T. Ritchards........    2 Chiuisiuck, per Sparks and Co...........   b Naples, 'id remittance, per Dr. Lu^hington 147 II 6 Hon. Sec. LOOKING-GLASSES and 1-L'RNJTL-'lth__ Several large SECOND-HAN'!) PLATES are no�v an SALE, at COOPER and SON'S Manufactory. 9Z, Bishopsgate-strect Within. Some of the hirger sizes are ad mirably adapted for large dining rooms anil elegant drawing, rooms. A large assortment of rich finished Chimney, Pier, and Cheva! Frames, witii new Glasses of superior colour and brilliancy; the prices reduced beyond hI! former precedent. Piste Glass for Windows, Carriages, 4c. ; this article may also be manufactured as high as 1.T0 by 72 inches, by S0.1*20 or to any given dimensions. Noblemen. Gentlemen. Surveyors, Proprietors of Hotels and others, will lind this Warehouse deserving attention, from its extensive variety of excellent Cabinet and Chair work. The Upholstery arrangements display same now specimens of peculiar neatness and elegance, with the stnl greater advantage of economy in the charge.-J. C. and Son in particular direct the attention of the public to their newlv invented Wasbliand-stand. containing certain conveniences (especially usclul to Invalids) in which all effluvia is carefully prevented. -A considerable assortment of Turkey Carpets; and all other Carpeting on the same reduction._ M-TASE13 i'LA'fED^ERVTt"ES^TTu^r^ Tins Day are Published, in two vols, price 12s. boards. TRADITIONAL TALES of the ENGLISH and SCOTTISH PEASANTRY. By ALLAN CUNNINGHAM, Author of" Sir Marrnaduke Maxwell," a dramatic Poem, Sec. ' Mr. Cunningham is one of the> happiest imitators of Sir Walter Scott's legendary style ; and whilst he descends to pic-tures'of humble life, gives them simplicity without vulgarity^ The immortal Novelist's praise of his friend Allan, as hedeno, in in a'es .Mr. Cunningham, is a plume! in our Author's csp, equally honorable to him and to the mighty authority which bestowed it."-New Monthly Magazipe,_SejjU J822. ^ Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 95, Fleet-street._ J list Published, price 1/. Is. in boards, HPHE SIXTH PA RTof the ENCYCLOPEDIA JL METROPOLITAN A, on an Original Plan, com-prising the two-fold advantage ol'a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement; with Engravings by Lowry, &c A few Copies are printed on superfine royal paper, with prool impressions of the plates, price One Pound Sixteen Shillings. *�* The Seventh Part of the above Work will be published in October. Primed for J. Mawman ; F. C. and J. Rivington ; BaKwin, CraiUick, and Joy ; Sherwood, Neely, and Jones; G. and \V. !5. Whittaker; Ogle, Duncan, and Co. London; J. Parker, Oxford ; and Deighton and Sons. Cambridge ; and may be had uf all Booksdlers in Town and Country^_ g-' For VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, and NEW SOU I'll WALES, with the utmost despatch, a . i Regular Trader, the fine fast-sailing coppered Ship LUslTANIA, William Lanoon, Commander; burthen 250 tons ; lying in the London Dock ; has excelleEt accommodation for Cabin and Steerage Passengers. -For Freight or Passage BUCKLES, BAGSTER, & BUCHANAN. 33. Mark-lane. COWiK, being the sole Inventors of the above return thanks to the Nobility and Gentry for the marked patronage they have hitherto csperienced. and have now to offer for their inspection a most extensive, choice, and well selected Stock of their above unrivalled manufacture, in imitation of silver, with solid silver chased mountings of the must exquisite workmanship, which for a series uf years answers every purpose ol silver, at one-tenth less price, and at one-third the price shoe; vend their common plated ware at. The following may sent as a list of their prices, with silver handles, shields, and mountings; double dishes, which make four, eight guineas; sauce tureens, live guineas and a half per pan ; soup diuo. ten guineas; epergnes, eight guineai and a half; teau.ns, eight guiticus ,iua a bail; ice pails, five guineas ; snuffers, plated on steel, 7s. cd. per pair; ditto trays, Ss. fid. ; bottle stands, 9s. per pair; telescope candlesticks.'lis, per pair; chamber ditto, with thcii improved save-all, 15s. ; kmJe rests, 3s. 5d. per pair; teapots, 25s.; coffee ditto ; Sis. yd. ; toast racks, 7s. 6,1. ; King's pattern and liddled forks and spoons, second-hand, with a complete modern stock of second-hand plate.-Ne. 84, Long-acre, corner o. Charles-street. riginal east india warehouse' 66. New Bond-street, near Brook.street__MOON and BUCKLAND arc giving the fullest value for INDIA SHAWLS, Turbans. Gold and Silver Musliirs, Kpj, tiirds �f Paradise, and other Oriental Curiosities.- P.S. Ltwies desirous of purchasing British Shawls and Scarfs of the first quality and newest patterns, aro respectfully invited to inspect the largest Stock in London, at tul'. 'iO per Cent, under the usual prices for ren-lv money. h~e a V e r Tli mTE vTTkT- b e D~FETth e rs and BEDDING, at 4s. Ssinxsu-street, corner of the Saracen's Head, Snow-hill. -The Proprietor having a large Quantity of well seasoned and Oressed FICATHERSon hand, he is determined to .SF)LL them at the following Prices,- While Goose, 2s. fid. to 2s. 9d. per lb.; Grey Gouse. Is. lOd. to '2%. "d. per lb.; Poultry, lOd. and upwards; Bedsteads, Mattresses, Blankets, and all Articles m the Furniture line equally cheap.- N.B. Agrrat variety ef ready made 'licks, which t.'ie purchasers of Feathers may see filled from trie Store Rooms. xtraordinary "ba7RgainSH^TcTThe [ N'OBIl.LlY and FOREIGNERS of Distinction.- Singular Curiosities m HONITON LACE, DRESS>:S, SCARl-.S, and LONG VEILS, of the most fashionable form for full dress. Likewise a lew great Bargains in Black, Chan-tilly and Sprigged Lace Gowns ; Loud and Ridipg Veils, equal in appearance, and of greater durability than foreign lace. Also an extensive collectim of Parisian Lace Caps, Dress Bodies, Handkerchiefs. Sleeves, and Ruffs; at PERKINS'S, 286. High Holborn (late Forest and Perkins). Cheap Silks. Poplins, anl Satins, as usual.-Letters immediately attended to.- ; Wedding Suits complete. ^AMTLllTs FUHnishing havel^opportu- niiv of selecting, at SMITH and Co.'* well-known FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, corner of Great Turn- | sttlo, Holborn, from the most brilliant and surprisingly cheap CoJltc'Jon of Toun-pnnted dims, M'.rino Damasks, Mo- , rines, &c. over submitted to public inspection. The numerous Novcltivs brougiu forward by Smith and Co. according to thdr annual custom at this season, are of a character perfectly rare and unique, exhibiting most ingenious mid beautiful specimens of Urittbh Manufacture, which (or real elegance, intrinsic richness, and moderate expense, admit of no parallel. per .mac eti and other lam P  cmlst-J. APPI-ETON, fearing his friends and tbe Public ;should not be apprised of the fjread Kt.\iuction in the lJnce of Oils, bejrs leavt* to inform them that he has bought upwards of i;i!iy Tons of the very best Sperm Oil (on 14 days credit) at the loweji 'Change i'rice, which he is n�w selling for ready money at the fu Jowiii^' how Prices:-Very hest Sperm Od, 5*.; Se-conds, ike. ."><;. (id,; line Southern' Oils, 2s. 2d. ; Greenland do. 'Js. per Ciailon. Every desci ptioo of liiu most Improved French and English Table and Tatent Lumps, at the most reduced prices latent and G-critn Lamps taken in exchange.- 111, LurijjjU'-stTvei, St. i^.aii's; *-js, New.^ate-street ; r-rd jj, Oi.l Kidiicy. - Koriy years established. i A l  WEIGH! n G  m A C h i n E s- H. .AIA ItKl O 1"!' having obtained his Majesty's H nnl Letter; p.uent, tor an improvement in Weighing Machines, he^s Jeuvu' to recommend them to the Public, as the mo", perfect and useful article lor that purpose ever constructed ; for accuracy. simplicity, expedition, and portability, it stands unrivalled, as it instantly shews the cjact wcijiit of" any article from On� Ounce to a Ton without tbe use of Weights, thereby ^avinjr time and labour. Being perfectly portable, it may be used in any situation-its universal utility must IhcreJore be undeniable for Domestic purposes; in Shops, Warehouse', Coach Offices, Market Houses, Barns; on Wharfs; at Hacesand pairs; for Cattle, Com, Hay. Wool. &C; or for Loading liesvy Articles, it mar be attached to tlu'cltam of a crane, and sheu (.lie Weight at the time of craninj?; it may be also made with a c!i3ir to weigh Persons. From its extreme simplicity, it it scarcely possible to be inaccurate ; yet, if it ever should be so, there is an adjusting Screw which will momentarily correct it. II. .Mah.kiott begs to Caution the Public against several Spurious Imitations of Ms excellent and useful Invention, which arc attempted tube introduced; none are on his genuine Patent Principle that have not a label with hisname over the K:ng's Arms. H. .Marriott having ir.jde considerable improvements in his Patunt Kitchfn CuoKi.ve ArrAKATts, feels a confidence in recommending it to tbe Public, as a most complete article for Rousting, Uniting. Jioilirifr. and Steaoninp, with economy in fuel, by one-moderate s'ze Ftp, and with a constant supply of from f.velve to Twenty Gallons of Hot Waler ; also V\ arm Closets for airing Lit,en. keeping Dinner hot, heating Piates. Dishes. &c.; the Cooking Utensils art nei-r soiled, and it is a rOiiTivir. Ccrk for a SmiAey Chimney. Anew Patent Portable Cooking Apparatus, embracing the lors'rromjj adrun'ajes, u c'.l caleuljtt d for Ships or situations where there is no chimney, and peculiarly advantagefius for the Foreign .Markets. Kitchens fitted up mill Steam Apparatus, cmbracin* all the iuti! improvements; -\lso baths, conservatories, halls, staircases, and buildups heated by Steam, upon a principle of perfect security. Also, an Improved Patent Spring lUiasting Jack to obviate the necessity of weight or pulleys. The whole may be seen d;iily m use at ihe Patentee's Manufactory, London H�me, 89, l-'ieetlstreet, London ; and had of must ol the respectable I ron-tuungers throughout England. Ancient Armour repaired and re-instated to its original perfection. Armour Manufactured, Bought, Ssld, or Let on Hire. Smoky Chiranies cured. SALES MY AViTlOS. Wanstead House, Essex.. -Superb Gobelin Tapestry,     the finest preservation, beautiful Damask and Velvet Hangings and other Effects. R. ROBINS, of Warwick House, Repent. - street, informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, that on Monday next, Sept. 9, and Two following Days, at Eleven, he shall effer for Sale, at Wanstead Hnusc, Esse the ARTICLES DEFERRED at the LATE SALE^ together with various uncleared Lots, hy order of the Trustees. The Tapestry is in the finest preservation, representing the Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon. Alexander and llepheition at the Tent of Dariu-, Alexander's Passige of the Granicus (a chef-d'eeuvre); Telemachus at the Island of Crete, and numerous others equally fine. Damask and velvet hangings of exquisite workmanship ; a few fine paintinjjo, among which will be found an indubitable portrait of Petrarch's celebrated Laura, by Simone Memmi; all the valuable sculptured vases and figures, in marble and stone, in front of the mansion and in the pleasure ground*. Also a pair of unirjue Egyptian marble spiral column?, with, caps and bases of great antiquity; bronzes, choice books, a matchless Dresden china dinner and dessert service ; curious Gothic windows of rare old stained glass; a magnificent (rreen damask toilet dress, sumptuously bordered with gold lace, formerly in the possession of Joseph Buonaparte ; in costly furniture, slate bedateads, beds and bed-ditig, window curtains, velvet and datnask ottomana. chairs, &c. dinreg, library, and other tables, fenders find fire irons, c�pital iron-wire invisible fencing, two carls, a tithing boat, a punt, the erection of an eigbty-feci hothouse, a melon pit, and numerous other effects.-To be viewed till the Sale (Sunday excepted), by Catalogues, at 3s. each, 10 admit two "persons, tvhicb maybe bad aa the. Premises'; and of Messrs; feobsoti, Lightfcot, and Robson, Solicitors, Castle-street, Lelcester-squara; Messrs. Brundrett, Spinks, and Reddish, Solicitors, Temple; and of Mr. Robins, 170, Kegenl-strwt, opposite Hiirlington-strtet. Norfolk-Valuable Treehold Estate.-The Manor, or reputed .Manor, of Little Palgrave. - Genteel Residence, Barn, Stables, and Faim Buildings, and upwards of 907 acres of Land, near SwaSham and Dereham.- By Mr. ROBINS (of Warwick House, Regent-street), at Garraway's, on 1 hursday, Sept. 26, (instead of 12th Sept. as formerly advertised.} at 12, Very Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, Land Tax redeemed ; comprising tha Manor, or reputed Manor, of LITTLE PALGUAVE, with a brick farm-house, adapted for the' residence of a genteel family, �ith ofilcos, garden, Sic. barns, s'.ibles, and outbuildings, situate within three miles of ihe excellent maikrt to�n of SwafTham, ten of Dereham, and twelve from Lynn, in a fine sporting part of the county of Norfolk, and abounding with game; and upwards of Nine Hundred and Seven Acres ef Arabls �ml Pasture Land, in a good state of cultivation, excellent roads in various directions, and a respe.ua- ule neighbourhood__To be viewed bv applying on the premises. where particulars may be had i at the Crown, Swaffham ; King'a Ann'. Dereham; Fleece, Wells; of Edv.ard Waller, Esq. of Uranlhill, near Wells; Air. < karles Goodwin, Solicitor, Lynn; Hose and Crown, Wisbeach; and the Red Lion, Fakenham ; Chequers, Brandon; King's Head, Norwich ; at Barton Mills; Rutland Arms, Newmarket; Bull, Cambridge ; of .Messrs. Green, Pembcrton, and Crawley. Solicitors, S.disbti'y-square, Fleet-street; at Garraway's; and of Mr. Robins, No. 170, Regent-street, opposite Burlington-street. Hampshire__Between Southampton. Fareham, and Gosport; delightful Marino Residence, with offices; capital Agricultural Farm, with Farm-house and Out-buildings, Cottages, and up. wards of Three Hundred and Fifty-acres of Meadow, Pasture, Marsh, Arable, and beautiful Wood Land ; with extensive Common-rights.-By Mr. ROBINS fof Warwick House, Regent, street), at Garraway's Coffee-house, on Thursday, Sept. 26, at Twelve, AVERY desirable ESTATE, comprising a delightful Marine Villa, seated on a lawn, upon an eminence commanding beautiful and extensive views of the adjacent country, the Southampton water, Isle of Wight, &c. planned for the accommodation of a family of the first respectability, and handsomely fitted up, with ciceilent and convenient attached and detached offices, extensive pleasure-grounds and walks, productive garden, fully stocked, cropped, and planted ; principally enclosed by walls clothed by numerous! choice fruit-trees, and watered by a stream w Inch can be admitted at pleasure.    A good Farm house and Farm-yard, planned on the most improved principle, with every convenience, sundry Cot-tam�, and upwards of I'hrec Hundred and Fifty Acres ot Meadow, Pasture, Marsb. Arable, and beautiful Wood Land, cultivated upon the best system of drill husbandry, and tu excellent condition ; a most eligible property for a Gentleman fond of country enjoyments, of agri-ru.tural pursuits, and aquatic excursions, the lands extending to and bounded by the river Hamble, which is navigable by vessels of considerable burden ; in a neighbourhood of the first respectability, excellent roads in all directions, distant eight miles from Southamption, five from Fareham, and eleven from Gosport.-To be viewed by applying to .Mr. Geary, of Fareham, of wbom Particulars may be had ; and ai tbe Dolphin, Star, and Coach ami Horses, Southampton; thu India Arms, and Rose, Gosport; Fountain, Portsmouth; Mr. Gunner, Solicitor, Bishops Walthain ; Georgo and White Hart, Winchester; King's Arms, Guildford and Goda'ming; at Garraway's; and of Mr. Robins, No. 170, Regent-street, opposite Burlington-st. where a Plan of the Estate may be seen. Kent--Meopham Court Ledge Estate, Lomer& Clements Reach Farms, between Wrotham, Mailing, Chatham, and Gravesend; Valuable Freehold Estate, and Leaseholds, under tae Dean and Chapter of Cnnterbury; nearly Nine Hundred and Ten Acres, and the Tithes of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-three Acres of Land, sundry Cottages, &c. - By Mr. ROBINS, (of Warwick House, Regent street,) at Garra-way'.-i. on Thursday, September 26, (instead of 12th September, as formerly aavcrtised,) at Twelve, in One Lot, AVery Desirable FREEHOLD, and a LEASEHOLD K.ST A IE, held under the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, comprising Meopham Court Mansion, adapted for ihe accommodation of a Gentleman's Family, seated on a lawn surrounded by plantations, with excellent dry gravelled walks, convenient otHces, good garden, and outbuildings, en-fiance lodges ; the Corn Tithes arising from Two Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-three Acres of Land, with f'urmyard, six barns, stahles for ten horses, fatting lodges, piggery, dovecot, and various outbuildings. Isomer Farm, with a farm house, yard, barns, bbibles, out-offices, garden, &c- Clements Reach Farm, with farm house, barns, stables, and various outbuildings; the whole containing nearly Nine Hundred and Ten Acres of capital Oichard, rich Meadow, Arable, Wood Laud, and Hop Ground, all lying compact, in a tine part of the County of Kent, :n the Parish o'" Meoplam, on the road from Wrotham to Graves-end anu Dartford.- io be viewed by applying to Mr. Thomas Pidgeon, at Meopham Court Mansion, of whom Particulars mav be hid; at the Bull Inn, Wrot.'iam; Star. Maidstone; Swan. Mailing; Crown, Rochester; Sun. Chatham; King's Head, Canterbury ; Rose, and George, Sittiugbouinc; Bull, Dartford; the White Hart, Gravesend; of Messrs. Green, Peinbertoii. and Crawley, Solicitors. Salisbury-square, Fleet-stteet; and of Mr. Robins, No. 170, Regent-street.   _ SALES BY AUCTION-' Norfolk.-Capita] FresboM Estate, in a fine SportWg Coontfy; ' Manor of Fring, abounding with Game; capilal S!at�i�n .. and Offices, Urge Wairrt Garden, Farm-BOOie, with Barns. Stables, and Chjt-buildings, and upwards orVJCSS. Actw^<�r ( Arabieand Pasture Land, HantMionj, du-tS^WJ*Cottages, betwean Houghton and Holkhf'^�Bi*'f^yi�*'�*e" ' from tbe Sea; with the Parsonage, an�ftip? (:rM%n(T$OMul , Tithes.-By Mr. ROBINS, (of Wanwfe Hom*^**?"'?    -street.) at Garraway's, on Thursday, Sept. 26, (ituf.sad uflgb. September, as formerly advertised,) at Twel*i�; AVery Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE. Land-tax red*emed; comprising the whole parish 4t  up- ; wards of sixteen hundred and eighty-two acres of arabl,e, pasturs, and wood land (including about forty-ei^t acres 6rjrJ*1>  house, stable, two barns, and outbuildings, .witb the ajebeanil the great and small tithes, arc held on leas* from tho Dean. an3' Chapter of Norwich, renewable according to cunofli.-To'wi'i viewed by applyinfftojffr. Bates, at'tbe^Mantina �l F*W�;K*T ' whom particulars may be had; at the Red Lion, Fak�nftanVt.. Duke's Head. Lynp; Pitt's Arms, BurnbanJ; Pie�M,.W�ll*:t of Edmund Walter, Esq. of BranlhiU.. near Wella; Rose'mtul Crown, Wisbeach; Crown, SwsfThana; King's Head,- Norwich; Rutland Arms, Newmarkrt; Bull. CambridM; el Mr. Charles Goodwin, Solicitor, Lynn; of Messrs. Green,  Pemberton, and Crawley, Solicitors, Salisbury-square. Fleet-street; at Garra.iay'�; and of Air. Robins, 1TO,. lUgent-strest. '. Berkshire.-Eligible Freehold .Estate, Land Tax redeemed.- The Manor, or Reputed Manor, of Denford, Fishery, .&�.�' Capital Mansiou, and Offices, Farms, Wood, amf Laniia, Wattr Meadows, a compact, pleasaut, Gtntlemab'-j He�J- " dence, Water Corn Mill, a Dwelling House, Cottaees, &c. nearly Eight Hundred Acres.-By Mr. ROBINS, (ot Warwick House, ttegent-street,) at Garrgway's, oo Tuaalsy, Ociober 8, at Twelve, Desirable, Pleasant, FREEHOLD ESTATE, Land Tax redeemed; comprising the Manor,; oj Reputed Manor, of DENFORD, stored with Gatne, Ffshsryi &c wit* ' the Capital RESIDENCE, recently erected"on a handsomsV i elevation, the exterior with Bath stone; planned.for tbeaceonj- . modation of a Gentleman's Family of the drst respectability,' placed on a commanding spot, embracing rich view* of c0d�id�-rable extent, tbe Lands laid out in a Park styls, witb, offices of ; all descriptions, coachhouse for three carriages, stabling for eight horses, loose stalls, cattle and cart sheds, &c.;  most excellent kiicben garden, walled, and planted with choice fruit-tree*,'' grapery, peach house, melon pit, &c.; a substantial OrnaaientJU" ' Building, with turiet, containing bailiff's cottage, gardener's eonage, tool house, &c ; an orchard newly planted, &c ; a: Farni Vard'adjoining, with barn, stable, cattle and cart sheds, tee. sur- , rounded by thriving plantations, with dry gravel walks; tie whole well supplied with excellently guod water;' and sunUHy Parcels of water and dry Meaduw, Arable, and Wood Land, about Three Hundred Acres in hand; productive dry and water Meadow, opposite side of the Turnpike-rtad; and a pbjawat Residence for a Gentleman, neatly fitted up. offices, &e. ; yard, mth coachhouse and stables; an excellent garden, walled round; firm yards, with granary, large stable*, cattle and cart sheds, dice. &c. Ac. ; a Corn Mill with three pair of stones, capital head of water, and ndvantageuusly situate near Ihe Kennel and Avoa Canal, and near the Turnpike road; a neat Dwelling Heuse a,lj/ins, a farm yard, piggery, stables, and sundry Indosures of Meadow, Arable, and Pasture Land, containing upwards if Two Hundred Acres, let to Mr. Joseph Little, as tenant from. year to year; Part of Denford Monti Farm, lo possession of" Mrs. Allen; a good Farm House, with offices, barns, stables, and outbuildings, and sundry Inctosures of Meadow and Arabia Land, about One Hundred and Seventy Acres, under an ugresv mcnt for six years from Michaelmas 1*18; Remainder ef Den-fotd North Farm, containing upwards of Eighly-,tw� Acrss of Meadow and Arable Land, and a barn, on lwiB lo MV.-J. MUJw for seven years from .Michaelmas 1817.- The Esrste-4i��per- * fectly compact, situate on the high Balb-road, seven miles frjnfl; Newbury, one from Hunger ford, and sixty-three from London.'' in the County of Berk*; the Lands pleasingly diWrSiBed'wUifi' ; and dale, richly ornamented with wood lands and plantations; a ' See- healthy part of the oontry,--rnghry i mpectaWS ;1�jglj^a>ag' *; hood, excetlent roads, and near several. packs �f hounds-i ��ry eligible Property for a'Gentleman.-May b� viswid by Ttcnts any day between th� hours of Eleven and Fit*, by' applying W 5 Mr. Allen, the Bailiff, on the Premises, where Particulars taUy be had; and at the Bear, Hungerford and Reading; Palican, Speenlull; Castle, Salt-hill; Sun, Maidenhead; Marlborough Arms, Marlborough;  White Hart and Lion, Bath; Bust, Bristol; King's Head, Gloucester; Plough, Cheltenham) 6T Messrs. Blake, White, Ainge, and Blake, Solicitors, Essex-.  street, Strand; of Green, Pemberton, and Crawley. Soltcttant, Silisbury-�iuare; at Garraway's; and of Mr. Robins, Warwick House, Regent-street, opposite Uuilington-street, where Tickets may be had. > Llig.ble Leasehold Estates, Aldgate, Woolwich, Walwartb, and ' Bethnal-green.-By Mr. WILLIAMS, at the Auction Mart; on Thursday next, September 12, at Twelve, in Lots, TWO Substantial and Weil-built LEASEHOLD  HOUSES, with bow-fronted Shops, desirably situate, Nos. 13 and 14,  Mitre-street, Aldgate, opposite the Mitre , Tavern, only two doors from Aldgate High-street, of the annual value of 951. ; held under the City of London for 60 years unexpired, at a frilling ground-rent of J5I. 10s, each House; a ' Leasehold House and Chemist's Shop, situate In tbe preferable part of Hure-strcet,. Woolwich, let on lease to Mr. Allanson, Chemist, at a low rent of 301. per annum ; a Leasehold House and Old-established China Shop, on lease to Mrs. Francis, at alow rent of 151. per annum; a Leasehold House In Georga. . street, near the Ship Tavern, on lease to Mr. Uariy, Schoolmaster, at a low rent of 101. 10s. per annum ; and a LeasehoU House in Wiltiain-streat, near tbe Methodist Chapel, I&t to Mr. Dawes at 12.'. 12s. per annum; tbe whole of the above held for 47 yearn unexpired, nt small ground-rents; also, a I^easobold House and Baker's Shop. No. 39, Weymoutli-sireet, Kew Kent-road, let to Mr. Goodwin, Baker,at 301. per annum; held tor 44 years unexpired, at a ground-rent of 51.10s. per annum; and Ten small Leasehold Houses In Busby-court, New King-street, Belhnal-gresn, let to tenants at will at 861. 8s. per annum ; held for 35 years unexpired, ut the trilling ground-rent,of 61. 6i. for the whole.-To be viewed till the Sale with leave of the tenants, and Particulars had of Mr. Williams, Tbrngmbrtor:. street. Freehold Manor and Kstaie, at Bragginton. in the County of Salop.-By Messrs. TUDOR and LAWRENCE,'at the-Talbot Inn, in the Town of Shrewsbury, on Monday, September aj, at Four o'clock, in two Lots, unless previously disposed of in the mean lime by Private Contract, in which case due notice will be given, Lot i. A I-L that ihe MANOR or LORDSHIP M\. of BRAGGINTON, with its Rights,- Royalties, Privileges, and Appurtenances, and all that conital MESSUAGE or MANSION HOUSE, called HUAdGltiTON HALL, with the Farm, founds, and Workmen's Houses, surrounding the same, containing by admeasurement 545a. 3a.'l4jp. be the same more or less, of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, Orcharding. Coppice, and Wood Land, situate in tho parish of Altwr. . bury, in the county of Salop, and now in the occupation of Mr... Phmley, as tenant at will; together the Powsand Silting* in tfas Churches of Alberbury $nd Wollaston..-Lot 2. A^tbal. suage and Garden, with the Pieces and Parcels of Land thereto belonging, situal; at liraggtnton aforesaid, containing by ad-measuiereent 10a. 4r. tu the same more ar less, now in the oc-cupation of the said Mr. Pliroley, er bis under tenants. Tbl* Estate is exceedingly compact, within a ring fence, and is now let at the very low and lately reduced rent of SOOl. per jmnurs. A considerable quantity of thriving Oak and other Forest Trees are growing on ihe Lands, and a stratu of coal (which has beesj partially worked) runs under the Estate. Braggiotsn is delight-' iully situated, commanding varied and extensive views over tho adjacent country ; is well supplied with game and fish; and lies between the two turnpike roads leading from Shrewsbury to Pool, and Llandrinio; is within one mile Irom the River Severn, ten from the county (own of Salop, four from Llandrinio, sight ftorn Pool, and twelve from Oswestry. The whole is subject ts> tithes and land tax.-The Estate may be viewed �n application totheienant. Mr. Plimley; and any further information required may be had on application to Messrs. Dukes and Salt, Attorneys, Shrewsbury, at whose Office a Plan of tbe Estate may be seen. Reversionary Interests in Personal Propertv and Life Polices.- By Messrs. M UNN and CURTIS, at the Auction Mart, on Thursday, September 12, at Twelve, in Three Lota, Lot 1. HPHE ABSOLUTE REVERSION oflhe A Principal Sum of FIFTY POUNDS, payable on the demise of a Widow Lady, in the seventy.second year of hi rage; and also ibe Absolute Reversion to One-sixth part of the Principal Sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred Pounds, payable within six months after the demise of a Wi.low Lady, ia the fifiy-suib jrar of her age.-Lot 2. A Policy of Assurance in the London Life Association for Five Hundred Pounds, on the Life of a Gentleman now in the suty-sixih year of his age, opened in the year one thousand eglit hundred and seventeen.- Loi 3. A Policy of Assurance in tbe Equitable Assurance Society, Ulackfnars-br.dge. for One Thousand Pounds, with all the accruing accumulations, on the Life of a Gentleman, now in the forty-second year of his age, opened in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen.-Particulars at the Auction .Mart; Lloyd's CoHee house; and *>f Messrs. Munn and Curtis, Watbrouk, near the Royal Exchange.   

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