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Surrey Southwark Middlesex Sussex Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1819, London, Middlesex ji Weekly Agricultural and Comniercial Advertiser CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT to all Country Papers in Foreign and London JUNE PRICE FBAETENS respectfully announces to tiie Nobility and that he is SELLING at his most SPLENDID COLLECTION of and Ormslu Qhande and a jrreat variety of Pa per P several line old a most elegant of Alabaster from and richly ironmcd in Orraolu also a quantity of Ornaments for Cphol sttirep and and a great quantity of Glass Shades blished for 14 to be B RITISH PAINT per Genuine ground White of the finest quality Turpentine Linseed Oil per The genuine is the most durable as well as the most ornamental while the inferior having had their metallic powers re soon become are unequal to constant exposure to the Upton and sell White Lead at prices from per to tor the reasons before they only recommend the first quality these will be found superior to many kinds that are offered to the Public as the at much higher The undermentioned Anti Corrosive faints are very neat in are very and are easily requir in only to be thinned with Oil they are suited for Park Paling arid all outdoor ANTICORROSIVE per Invisible Green ditto Bright Green Lead Colour Stone ditto Chocolate Bricht Red Dark ditto Black Paint Yellow White per Prepared Oil per Refined Coal Tar Brown per Merchants and Dealers supplied with every description of Colours on very advantageous FRAUD counteract the many attempts that are daily made to impose on the un wary a spurious composition instead of the Genuine Blacking prepared by pay and they have adapted a new in which their signature and HIGH Is so conspicuously placed in the centre of that they trust an attention to and the difference of the which is unlike all will enable purchasers at once ta detect the Tie REAL JAPAN made and sold wholesalfby DAY and High Hoi and retailed by the principal Book in the United in Bottles at and THE SARACENS HEAD GOOD EXPEDITIOUS To all Parts of the Four Inside the best and kept excellent by MOUNTAIN and Saracens Head The following POST MAIL set out from the Saracens Head Snowhill The a new Liverpool Light one night on the carrying four insides and four out every day at One arrives at Liverpool next afternoon at Six through North Litch and and new four at Eight in the only nine breakfast in London arid Sine at the Dolphin This is a most delightful conveyance to the Isle of and Shiffnall Post everv evening at Five and new Post every at Three The Weymouth Packets to Alder and new Post every at halfpast Six through and Only one night out be tween London and and Hunting don ccw Royal Mail sets out every evening to and BATH and BRISTOL Flying Post Chip and every afternoon arrive at the Greyhound and the London and the next ID JLEEDS New Light called the test out at Eight oclock carries four Insides and goes with a Guard Passes through to next Notwith standing the uncommon expedition of this it is allowed to be the most agreeable and complete public conveyance on the North being unequalled in accommodation by any Dum Kings and all Parts of Camperdown Newcastle and Edinburgh New performed with a Guard sets out every Morning at Eight by way of and Passengers finding themselves fatigued from the length of the may rest what tirae they and then proceed on without any addi tional to the Black from whence Coaches run to Whit and other and Doncaster Post every at half past Six tb the Cross and Whitehaven Post goes with Four Horses and a Guard all the Passes through Borongh and the nearest way by 18 sets out and performs the journey with the greatest Passengers detained on the road by or fcave the peculiar advantage of their seats being secured in the Kirby and Garstang Post every After at Five Nanburr Post at Seven oclock in the BRIDGENORTH and Walsal Post Coach every Wal 1 and Wolverhampton Post every BIRMINGHAM Mercury Post with a sets nut every and reaches Birmingham next day at Passes by and M the Saracen called the Rock Birmin SHEFFIELD and eveiy and Litch Post called the every at Five f he Saracens Head Liverpool Guarded S and Yarm new every to the George and Fs every morning and and CteAunt wery CLAYs original WAGGONS and to Wootton and all places Tai and all parts of Ly SUN AND LONDON For Insuring and other Merchan Ships in in or and from Loss and Damage by whose Names are being AGENTS for the SUN have au thority from the to inform the and all Per sons insured in the said that the Premium on the Stock of Corn and being the produce of a Cattle and Implements of Husbandry will bo rated at Two Shillings per and that Printed under our are ready for for the Premium and Duty on as they become due and that Printed Proposals of tho Terms of insurance may be had of which will be found as in every as those of the other Farming Stock may be in all Barns and er on a without theaverage which may be seen by applying to who will give any furtlur information which may be required for the explaining this mode of R Ferdii and twice a GREENWICH every 1 TOTTENHAM and WILLIAM MOUNTAIN and Cu respecffiiUy ar friends and that they will not be ac BBT or of mare or unless j the SnracsB s Trimmer Jacquet Lawrence Baker Niblett Blake Sparks HenningI Paxton ton and Co I South Charles Round Broad Verrall I Monk Blanch I Marshall Plaisto I Mitchell j East Head Coleman Hawtharn I Gauntlett Baker Hartley I Ward Blandy I Budd Hedges I Orme Cole Oakes Collins Seamer Jager Morris Brandon Clout Rochester and Batten Hayward Mavston Edward Dunn Policies insuring Three Hundred Pounds are issued free of expense and all Payments for Losses by Fire are made by this Otlice without The Sun Fire Office have always paid Losses or Damages by Fire from HOPE ASSURANCE LUD LONDON and WESTMORELAND FIRE ONE ASSURANCES against LOSS or DAMAGE by effected upon every description of Property within the United upon Terms as beneucial to the Assured as those of any other Losses are uniformly paid by this Company with the utmost spirit of liberality and Notice is hereby That Receipts for theRenewal of which expire at are now ready for delivery at the abovementioned and with the respective Agents of the Company throughout the United Policies of which expire at the above should be renewed within Fifteen Days or they be come LIFE ONE ASSURANCES effected upon LIVES and on SURVI granted and DOWMENTS for The Proprietors of this Office have undertaken nil responsi and have stipulated for a guarantee of One Million Sterl as an ample security for all their The profits arising out of this branch of after a mo derate for guarantee and expense of are divided amongst the in proportion to the sums respec tively assured upon which principle numerous are the instances of and Thirty per in addition to the Amount of being paid and cases have occurred when the duration of Life has been considerably where the payment has been more than double the sum No Entrance Admission or other Official WILLIAM The following Agents are appointed by this Company in the Counties of and of whom Pro sals may be had and every information obtained Sarah Egham Tooting Richmond Dorking Robert Croydon Richard Gpijstone Hampton Wick Chichester Lewes Joshua Crawley JoHn Wandsworth Greenwich James Brighton Lymington Portsmouth John Alton Deal Gravesend Abel Rochester Canterbury William Hardy Lewisham Edmund Brentford William Seven Oaks EAGLE INSURANCE THE Terms be found more than usually the Rates reduced TEN per and at the same the Advantages of every other Office secured besides the PAYMENT of RENT of Premises destroyed by without subjecting the Persons insured to any as in Partnership wherein every one is liable tor Losses to the extent of his whole Mort China George A MERICAN SOOTHING for Children Cutting their rit the numerous Cases that have appeared in the public Prints for the last 12 of the good efiects of the AMERICAN SOOTHING SYRUP none are more entitled to the attention of every Mothe and than the infant daughter of Mrs commenced Teething a a very early with a great fever and pain the irritation o the gums occasioned such inflammation of the body as to cause the Child to void blood with its urine at the same time there was also a great falling of the forming a lump of flee ate of a The distress of the Parents may be better imagined than described the condition or the child was such that it csuld not be moved without being placed on a pillow when Providence directed them to try the SOOTHING SY every other means proving useless after using a few stopped the inflammation and those alarming symp toms were entirely And the Child has cut her Teeth with perfect fo be had of the Johnson and 94 London and by their appoint ment of all the principal Medicine Venders in town and coun at BMrs JOHNSON relieve the as at her hbosewery Tuesday and Saturday from Nine till Ten by bringing a letter from a respectable to ceriiiy that they are real objects of JIILLARDs IMPERIAL PATENT TWINE contenent pas do ranisen pnssilont es HE and are re spectrally informed the above Cloth is at the Paten ees India and by the containing from i3 tj 52 at fo per Shirting and various itseco lomyand its peculiar conducirenuss to in the hot cli mates as well as in the more cold and renders it an rticle of the first A variety of imitations having een Purchasers are requested to it is sold renuine Stamped as above and no where Orders roe of to part of the and the adjacent Chintz and with every dcscrip ion of Family Intla Printed nd the most Fashionable Articita for fcuth and Wholesale to upon Lease for Seven osFourteen H MANOI from ONE THOUSAND to FIVE THOUSANO well locked with Game a Manor within miles of London lull of situationaivl terms to be to auti This Day is in 3 price ISKANDER THE HERO of a Romanck By ARTHUR Printed for Newman am LeadenrmHstrcct Where be Published this LEMIOND THE UEJEL Tiiuy at Z THE by Emily THE JJLACK a by 5 AuotSTLs AND The Monk of ly Miss SISTEIIS or by Elizabeth Cullen 2 SOLDIER OP a 5 2d yT Twenty years 2d This Day is in 4 price a Second Edition of MARGARETS CAVE THE NUNS an Ancient bv ELIZABETH Author of Iarmer of IngMvcod Printed Newman and may be had hy the samo CLAiaotthe ISLES The Outlaws of 4 Second price and a Scottish Z Second Edi LOUISA Cottacre on the 2 PILGIIIM of tlie CUGSS The Chronicle of Christabelle de Mow 4 PEKITEXTS of GODSIOW The 3 Second MODERN Tijirs The Age we Live 3 Second ANEW CATALOGUE LI and 1 and Pnnces near the consisting of upwards of are most respectfully that a New HeadingHoom is where the undennwi tioned Papers are taken in for the use of The Morning Morning Morning Now Observer Bells Brighton Lewes and Monthly Gentlemans and Monthly Terms of Subscription to the Library and Headingroom four shillings for a fortnight six shilling a month nine shillings for two months eleven shillings for throe months fifteen shillings for six months and one pound one shilling per SALES East Dwelling with Coach and excellent Walled with immediate at on Julv at A Very Eligible COPYHOLD of held of the Manor of at a trifling quit rent comprising a commodious brickhuill with stuccoed situate on the road from Mortlake to within seven miles of Hyde Park cor enclosed from the road by a lofty and coveredway to the containing a neat entrance dining breakfast morning and two drawing rooms ou the first fitted up in a handsome manner four princi pal bed chambers and servants excellent and convenient domestic and spacious cellars for a coach threestall stable with loft and coal houses wash house and an excellent garden fully and planted will numerous choice iruit and enclosed by a lofty brick To be viewed by applying on the where Particulars may be had at the Jolly Mortlake the Castle anc Richmond Red Putney Kew Bridge of Blopmsbury at Garraways and of Golden where a Plan of the Estate may be seen Vicinity of and 10 Acres of at on July at THE LEASE ofaveiy Desirable situate on the Countv of adaptec for the accommodation of a Gentlemans with beauti ful and about Ten Acres of Arable and Meadow The House on ihe groundfloor a handsome entrance and an excellent iibrarv dining and gentlemans an elegant drawing room opening to a beautiful conservatory on the four ex cellent bed neatly papered a dressing and water four servants sleeping rooms over domestic stabling for three standing for three two sleeping a large paved enclosed by foldine gates laid out withgravel walks and shrubberies kitchen part well an cropped hot melon The whole most taste fully laid and planted with the choicest American and othe plants and be viewed by Tickets Particulars may be bad on the Premises at the Castle am Richmond lied Hounslow Twicken ham Kingston and of Warwick of whom Tickets for viewing may be had Freehold and Leasehold By PIGOTT and at the White Hart in Guild on July in Three Lots unless disposed of by Private of which due notice will be given subject to such Conditions as will be produced ou th day of Lot Compact and Desirable FREEHOLD CX called Ockley situate a in comprising Twentyfive Acres of ricl Arable Land be the same more or less in good condition within a ring in the occupation of Henry Attneld the with a right to a large Commonage subject to a landtax of and quit rent of A valuable and compact Freehold called Whitmore House Farm also situated at in Surrey comprising a brickbuil Farm House with convenient large par dairy pump of spring water woodhouse large garden and orchard planted with fruit trees large barn cart sheds and piggery together with Acre of excellent Pasture and IMeadow Land be the same more or less in good within a ring in the occupa tion of with a right also to a large subject to a landtax of 2L and quit rentof 2d A desirable Leasehold Lisneys Land of which 1S1 years are unexpired in October next substantial brickbuilt Dwelimghouse with convenient bed pantries and large garden planted with fruittrees fuel houses and pipgery together with Foil Acres of excellent Arable in high in the mi cupalions of Henry Attfield and George with a right aso to a large subject to a landtax of and quitrent of The Timber and Tellows down to to be taken at a valuation the Crops on the ground of each also to be taken at a at the option of the May be viewed at any time preceding the by applying to Henry the on the and fur ther particulars known by applying to James a Henley Surveyor to Solicitor and the FROM THE LONDON BANKRUPTCIES West from June 19 to Atiiist at Hoxton New from May 29 to Jwly at Guild J BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED Dun and Isle of to surrcn ler July at the Sun at the Commercial July at the Uoolpack June July at June July at June July at Caleaton June July at June July it Manchester warehouse June July at Chambers Bordes July at the Woolpack June July at the White Hart July at the Bull July at the Swan Great Clapham June July at July at the Star Lyme June July at the Three Cups Lyme June July at the Commercial July at at at 6 at at the Ram at the Crown Staf at the Crown at Cateaton at and at at Gernon and at Pater sen and at common at the Dog and Duck at at at the Angel Hales Lea at the Wool Pack Birmingham July G at FinchlaaeJ at White and at Old insur at Red Lion watch at at at Saint at the Red Lion Bacon and papermanufac at the White Swan at at Old at at Guild at the Royal Castle at the Red Lion Dorset at the Royal Bishopsmte at Wor at the Hop Pole JUNE to surrender June July at July at the Commercial July at the Kings Wimbprne at the Kings Wimborne June July at Broad at July at July at and at the Star and Garter Lan July at the Star July at the George and July at the Elephant and Castle Bishop ship June July at the Bridge Bishop July Caroline June July Aug at Can June July at Guildhall July al at thi George Findon at Upper at at the Angel Brightling at and Upper at Guildhall July Watts and linen at the Albion Flem at the Albion Manchester and at the White Bear Sutton at the Golden Flecct The following is an extract of a letter from Hali in dated the 19th I pleasure in saying that thi one of the oldfashioned market business Ms been done in the Piece than forsome months I trust we shall have many more such the merchants ippear to think that goods have seen their I am sending aft a vessel to Yarmouth on with yam and another immediately which proves the Business is also mending at one of Church in passing through Paris to embark for availed himself of an introductory letter from Proiessor M to the Baron SiLVEstRE DE The Baron entered into his views with much engaged to correspond with the Societys repre and furnished him with important and with letters of introduction to persons likely to assist in his ob Much important information has also been transmitted by respecting the state of Tri and Algiers by which it appears that isgypt is making rapid advances in arid that there are peculiar facilities for exploring the regencyof Tripoli and the interior ol by that Under the Bashas of those respective EQUESTRIAN AND HOBBY Oh Mr BISHSLU of near Undertook for a wager of ten to trot an aged pony to a distance of three against MICHAEL upon his pedestrian which was won easily by the former The match excited a great deal of and although BuSHELLisnear70yearsof and very weighing nearly twenty stone he trotted down the numerous steep hills which he bad to with all the activity and resolution oi a young IMPERIAL OF Several Bills were read a first and ordered to be read a second The Edinburgh ViTater Works Bill was read a se cond Lord in movira fecon5 of the Loan Bill inmvml he Suspension of the that Bill might pass the remaminrr The Nobit Lord he had but one observation to make on this that was to express his hope and convic tion that such a system now becn a regarded our tluu any future during the continuance of the would be found ut Some provioimi ivoulJ be required for the payment of the to the as commended by their but other independent of a would be found for raising that He congratulated the House and the country on these and further by the discontinuance of the system of bor a check would be given to that spirit of stockjobbing and gambling which die contracting for the notwithstanding any precaution which could be The Bill was then read a second and third and On the motion of the Marquis of LANSDOWKE the Standing Orders was dispensed and the Barnstaple Bribery Bill went through a was read a third time and The Bank Cash Payment Bill was read a second and committed for for which day the Lords were The Wager of Battle Repeal Bill passed through the and was ordered to be read a third The Cotton Factories Bill was on the motion of Lord The clause for limiting the time of employing children 12 hours in the day was agreed and the Report was ordered to be received oh JUNE The Earl of HARROWBY moved the Committee on the Bank Cash Payment After observations from the Marquis of Lans Lord and Lord the Bill went through the and was and ordered to be read a third timeon JUNE The Cotton Factories Bill was read a third time and The Duke of moved the read ing of the Frameworkknitters After some observations the House For the second reading 20 against it 8 Majority JUNE The Duke of moved the committal of the Frameworkknitters The Marquis of LANSDOWNE opposed the The Earl of WESTMORLAND repeated his former that the new article being a spurious must be a detriment to The Earl of HARKOWBY the House could not extend its protection to those who could not dis tinguish between a genuine and spurious article of this The House then divided For going into the 15 Against 13 Majority The Bill was Consequently On the motion of Lord HARROWBY die Bank Cash Payment Bill was read a third Lord HOLLAND then moved an amendment to the that its operation should take place on the 5th of instead of Though this Bill was extremely inadequate to its in his yet it should receive his His ob was to oblige the Bank to resume Cash Payments earlier than the Bill requiredi The amendment was then negatived without a The Earl of HARROWBY moved a that it be in the option of the Bank to pay either in gold coin or bullion after the 5th of if its issues bullion should have raised the price of it above that of the The Marquis of LANSDOWNS would hot object to this though he saw no benefit that could result from it to the After some further observations from Lords RE and the clause was agreed The Earl of LIVERPOOL he had been mis understood when he that no Loan would be required for the next year he certanly did not mean to include in that the five million required to maks good the payments to the Lord HOLLAND wished to know if it was intend ed to repeal the making Banknotes a legal Lord LIVERPOOL Certainly The Bill was then read a third and HOUSE OF June The Ldttery 15iH was read a third time and The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER moved the Order of the Bay for the House going into a Committee on ths Excise The I Marquis of TAVISTOCK it had been stated by the Noble Lord that as the House had relieved itself of the Income Ministers would relieve the country from the lax on That was now to be Why was not the favourite Income Tax had recourse to in preference Such a tax would not have beea endured at the close of the last Session of the last Till he saw a disposition to economy and lie would not vote for a single additional The Noble Marquis concluded by that the House should resolve itselfinto the Committee that day six The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER that the constitution of as it then was fit for all the purposes of The Tax on Malt would not increase the price of Two out of the three millions be raised by taxa tion would occasion no increase of price in the arti cles No arguments had been brought for ward by the Noble Marquis against the taxes pro which would affect the rich and not the A conversation of considerable length in which Lord Lord
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