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Leicester Journal And Midland Counties General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 7, 1854, Leicester, East Midlands Leicester journal Friday april 7, 1854. Valuable Bay horse. To be sold by auction by h. Marris on saturday april 10th, 1854, at the Bdl Hotd Humberstone Gate Leicester Avery powerful Bay horse rising six years old about 16j hands High dark Bay with Black legs and Good action. Sale to commence at twelve of clock precisely. Valuable property at Little Thorpe. To be Soli by auction by ii. Marris at the House of mrs. Sansome the Narborough inn in Narbo Rouglin on wednesday the 19th Day of april instant at three for four of clock precisely in lots convenient to purchasers a la that excellent Messuage or tenement a. With the malt Kiln malting offices Yard and premises thereto belonging situate at Little Thorpe and in the occupation of or. Robert Bingley. Also All that close of land containing la. In 21 thereabouts lying on the North Side of the Road from Little Thorpe to Whetstone also in the occupation of the said Robert Bingley. Also All that Small close containing half an acre or thereabouts lying very near to the Village of Little Thorpe aforesaid with the cow houses pig Geries and budding standing thereon also in the occupation of the said Bober Bingley. A those four closes of land lying on the Smith Side of the Road from Little Thorpe to w Hetstone con in capital Larch aah Aud other poles Newtown Linford. Holgate near to be sold by auction by. J. Cooke on tuesday the 18th Day of april 1854, about too lots of very excellent Lauch Ash and other poles the property of the Earl of Stamford and Warrington which Are now Cut Down and Laid in lots. The above poles Are of a very Superior Quality straight and Good lengths. Hale to commence at la o clock. Ing together 12a. 3b. 18p., or thereabouts also in the occupation of the said Robert Bingley. And also All those five tenements situate in Little Thorpe aforesaid now in the occupation of or. James Bingley and for further particulars apply at the offices of messes. La arms a Lack solicitors Leicester or to the auctioneer. Loughborough. Eligible Public House the ram inn grocers shop and warehouse with three houses adjoining. To be sold by auction by j. Cooke at the plough inn Loughborough on wednesday the 19th Day of april 1854, at 6 of clock in the evening that Well accustomed find old established Public House the ram inn situate on the Derby Road consisting of bar tap room two Parlours brewhouse and other conveniences 2 Good cellars nine bedrooms Large Yard stabling for 12 horses pig Geries hard and soft water pumps with other appurtenances now in the occupation of or. George Smedley. Also a grocers shop and warehouse in Bridge Street in the occupation of or. John Gilbert and 3 houses adjoining the same occupied by or. James Smedley and others. The above property it in a first rate situation in a Good state of repair and the Public House has been in the occupation of the present tenant for Many years and is Well frequented and will be sold to pay Good interest As an investment. To View apply to the respective tenants and further particulars May be obtained of or. Joseph Henson of Loughborough tile proprietor or. S. S. Harris Surveyor or of the auctioneer both of Leicester. Sutcliffe Hall Leicestershire. J. Windham begs to announce that he has received instructions to sell by auction on monday tuesday and wednesday next the 10th, Lith and 12th Days of april 1854, the whole of the valuable dining drawing breakfast and bedroom furniture China Glass brewing vessels mangle Iron Sale modern built carriages and other miscellaneous articles on the premises Ratcliffe Hall in the county of Leicester. The first Days Sale. Will include the whole of the useful contents of the Kitchen excellent Patent mangle and requisites for the laundry the furniture in Entrance Hall breakfast room and three principal cd rooms in which will be found lofty mahogany four pest bedsteads Goose coat Feather Beds mahogany winged wardrobes chests of drawers ac., together with the Garden utensils. The second Days Sale. Will comprise the effects in the housekeepers room butlers pantry brewhouse cellar Dairy and the entire suite of dining room furniture with three principal bed rooms Aud two attics. The third Days Sale. Will embrace the valuable Rosewood drawing room furniture two principal and three secondary bedrooms scullery stables and out offices. Also a capital double bodied Phaeton with turn Over scat and modern built Ritzka with German lights. Sale to commence each morning at half past ten of clock. be viewed on Friday this Day Between the hours of ten and four of clock. Catalogues with full particulars May be had of the auctioneer Bishop Street Leicester at Ratcliffe Hall at the George hotel Melton and at the bulls head inn Loughborough. Modern and genteel household furniture grand pianoforte Carriage <c., Adon Road near Leicester. To be sold by auction by j. Windham on tuesday and wednesday the 18th and 19th Days of april 1854, the whole of the Superior Modem household furniture China Glass grand horizontal Square pianoforte by collard Ltd collard Carriage and other effects on the premises late in the occupation of c. C. Macaulay Esq., deceased London Road in the Parish of Knighton further particulars of which will be Given in next weeks papers and catalogues May be had five Days previously. Public and private houses. To be let by j. Cooke n old licensed Public House with Good Yard stables skittle Alley ic., known by the sign of the recruiting sergeant a situate near to St. Nicholas Church Leicester. A incoming under �200. Rent �24. An old licensed Public House the Quot Wood boy inn a Wood boy Street Leicester. A incoming under �100 rent �19. Also. Three comfortable residences situate five nine and twelve Miles from Leicester with gardens and land attached varying from half an acre to ten acres. _ great Bowden. Sales this Day. Important Sale of farming Stock and orate keeping lows by Leicestershire. Jno. Holland Jun., begs to announce that he is favoured with instructions from or. Houlton to sell by auction this Day Friday the 7tli of april 1854, on tile premises at Ca ii Dale Field farm in the lordship of Lowesby the following valuable farming Stock comprising 85 head of Well bred Sciort Horn cattle and a Superior flock of 200 Leicester and Lincolnshire sheep. Beast consist of 20 Dairy cows some in full profit. 6 i calf heifers. 24 two and a half and three year old steers. 15 two year old heifers and steers. 14 yearling ditto ditto. 5 rearing calves. I extraordinary Well bred Boll. Sheep consist of 140 lamed and in lamed Leicester and Lincoln Ewe. 30 Lamb hogs. 30 fat so yearlings. A capital Light Spring cart nearly new. Also about 107 acres of capital grass keeping till the 29th of september next. Catalogues May now be had at the place of Sale Bell and Swail hotel Melton Mowbray the i Lite lion Oakham the Falcon inn Uppingham the red lion inn Loughborough the principal inns in Leicester and of the auctioneer 20, Market Street Leicester. Eligible investment. Freehold property it East Street London Road. To be positively sold by auction by John Holland Jan. In consequence of the death of the mortgagee this evening friday7th of april 1854, at the Swan with two necks inn lion Don Road Leicester at six for seven of clock in the evening and subject to conditions then and there to be produced. T7k or newly erected and Well built dwelling f houses each containing four bed rooms Parlour House place and Kitchen Good cellars private Yards and other suitable outbuildings pleasantly situated in East Street near the London Road being nos. 9, la is and 15. Further particulars May be obtained of messes. Ii. A g. Toller solicitors or of the auctioneers 20, Market Street Leicester. To be sold by auction by h. Foster on wednesday the 12th Day of april 1854, on the premises great Bowden the following valuable live Stock grass keeping Hay farming implements &c., ac., late the property of or. Robert Taylor deceased. Comprising 35 capital Leicester ewes and 45 lambs too Leicester late blogs two Shear Alcester Tup 6 two year old Home bred steers 3 ditto heifers to 18-months old steers 6 ditto heifers 6 yearling steers i ditto Heifer 7 rearing calves 2 Dairy cows in full profit 6 i calf heifers 8 Barren cows a capital 3-year old Bay cart filly ditto Grey nag ditto i foal Grey Hackney Mare 8 years old quiet in harness 2 pocket pigs fowls a. A 4-Incli wheel scotch cart with Iron arms in tiling ac., Light Spring cart 2-knife chaff machine Thiller and gear harness Light cart ditto Saddle bridles dozen sacks ladders Forks rakes scythe drag Rake Bullock and sheep troughs Oak posts Gate Elm boards pick axe liar of Iron. Beef and sheep Pul fies butchers Cratch blocks 6-strike Mash vat round tubs 3 casks Grain tub 30-Gailou Copper and fitting Quantity of manure and various other articles. Also a Core of Hay containing about 8 tons to be taken off the premises. And also a close of grass keeping containing 14 acres until 29th september next situate adjoining the Harborough and Leicester Turnpike Road near to Market Harbo Rouglin. Sale to commence with the sheep at eleven of clock. Arthingworth. Valuable Freehold property in conduit Street and Northampton Street Leicester. To be sold by auction by j. Wind ram on thursday the 27th Day of april 1854, at the three crowns hotel Leicester at five for six of clock in the evening subject to conditions then to be produced the following Freehold property Viz a lot i. All those two capital dwelling houses with Yards and out offices pleasantly situated on the South Side of conduit Street being . 31 and 33, in the occupation of t. J. White and c. Curtis. Lot 2. Five substantially new built tenements with Large Frame Smiths shops Bani and soft water pumps Yard Aud out offices situate in North Hampton Street being 34, 36, 38,40, and 42, in the several occupations of Tyers Garner Deacon Wheatley Aud Leach. Lot 3. Six excellent newly erected tenements with Yards out offices hard and soft water pumps and appurtenances thereto belonging situate in North Hampton Street being 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, and 54, in the several occupations of g. Birch Parker Bowles Weston Woollerton and Painter. For further particulars apply to messes. Berridge and Morris solicitors or to the auctioneer. Freehold property in great Holme and Little Holme Street Leicester. To be sold by auction by j. Holland $ sons on thursday the 13th Day of april 1854, at the White lion inn Leicester at six of clock in the evening All those i messages or tenements with the Yards gardens and outbuildings thereto belonging situate in great Holme Street in Leicester aforesaid Aud now in the several occupations of messes. Webb Mellor Newton and a Littleworth. And also All those 3 messages or tenements with the cards gardens and outbuildings thereto , situate in Little Holme Street in Leicester aforesaid now Iii Hie several occupations of messes. Holier Forcell Aud Pearsall. The site of the above premises contains 768 Square Yards. For a View of the premises apply to the resistive tenants and for farther particulars to the auctioneers or to messes. Moore and Gregort solicitors new Street Leicester. Repository Llo Sej air Street do Bowling Green Street Leicester. To be sold by auction by w. Berridge on saturday april 8th, 1854, at the repository at eleven of clock i i of of r and five Bushel sacks new suitable for banners Corn dealers and others. Also a Quantity of lighter sacks for bran or Salt purposes. May be viewed from la to 12 of clock on the morning of Sale. To be sold by auction by h. Foster on thursday the 13th of april 1854, on the premises in the lordship of Arthingworth h of acres of excellent grass keeping until the i j 21st of december next on land late in the occupation of or. Robert Taylor deceased. Lot close 14 acres. 2.�?High Well Borough close 33 acres. 3.�?Black close 14 acres. 4.�?ditto, 14 acres. Tile company is requested to meet at the bulls head inn Arthingworth at two of clock in the afternoon and proceed to Sale immediately. Important Sale of building materials. John Holland jul. Begs to inform builders carpenters and others that he is instructed to sell by auction on wednesday the 19th of april 1864, a Large and valuable assortment of building a. Materials being the surplus Stock of messes. Broadbent a Hawley in consequence of a dissolution of partnership which will be removed and dotted to suit the convenience of purchasers on a spacious Yard in wig Ston Street Rutland Street Leicester comprising a very useful and extensive assortment of old Oak in beams joists lintels ac., a Large Quantity of panelled and other doors window frames of various descriptions three capital shop fronts Quantity of red Deal and Pine boards deals and battens several cast Iron columns of different lengths Quantity of wrought Iron in straps Holts ac., Large lot of cast Iron Quantity of fire grates several lots of old bards scantling door frames fire Wood a. A. A. Also a very excellent Light six Inch Timber drug with body several Light Spring carts excellent gentleman a covered Market cart capital Stanhope gig in first rate condition Pony gig and liar Ness music Van in excellent repair several Phaeton Large beam and Scales several 561b. Iron weights with a variety of other ejects. Sale to commence in the morning at eleven of clock. Three months credit will be Given to pure lasers of five pounds and upwards upon approved joint Security. Emerton Westerby. Valuable feeding land. To be let by auction by Holloway if son on monday tile 17th april 1854, in the lordship of Sinleton Westerby in the county of Leicester about 65 acres of first rate feeding land in four lots until the 10th Day of october laying near to the Village of Smeeton. Tile auctioneers beg the attendance of purchasers to meet them at the narrow close near to the Village at three of clock is the afternoon valuable Timber. To be sold by auction by or. Chester at the flying horse inn Shaw Lane on wednesday april 12th, 1864, a Quot i Oak Trees now set out and divided into seven 1 lots and 18 Ash Trees in two lots also 19 Willows in one lot standing upon the estate of or. A Woodroffe in the occupation of or. John Spencer at Mayfield. Catalogues May be had at or. Hydes Shaw Lane who will Shew the Timber. Credit will he Given until 1865, upon approved Security. Dinner at one of clock and the Sale to commence immediately after. Freehold property Gallo Treu gats. The dwelling House in the occupation of or. William Jackson with part of the shop Anobling thereto will he offered for Sale by Public auction Early in the month of May in consequence of his retirement from business. Possession May be had at Midsummer particulars in a future paper. Reference to or. Ingram solicitor Friar Lane Leicester or to messes Bellairs and Eddowes solicitors Millstone Lane Leicester. _ to be sold a sixteen horse Power condensing beam engine with a thirty horse Waggon boiler nearly new. Has been driving four pair of Mill stones up to the present time. Apply personally or by letter to messes. Swinnerton and Jeb Millers ac., Nuneaton. To be sold by private contract a Small close of Meadow land at Cossington in the occupation of or. Burton the property of or. Samuel Morley. For Price and particulars application May be made to or. Tyres Surveyor to cover this season 1864. Meteor at or. Lucas a Lutterworth Leicestershire. Thorou bred Maree ten guineas half bred mores three guineas and 5s. The Groom. Meteor a Winner of the 2000 guineas stakes at Newmarket is a dark Chesnut stands full 15 hands s inches High with great Power is equal to 15 stones to hounds. He was got by velocipede the sire of Amato Winner of the Derby and of the Queen of Trumps Winner of the Oaks and Doncaster St Ledger out of dido by whisker a Winner of the Derby Ami the sire of Memmon and the colonel both winners of the Doncaster St. Leger Grandam miss Garforth by Walton hyacinths Zara by Dalpini a. Spot the Only one of meteors get Liat Lias been out was a Winner to times beating amongst others cloth worker the cocktail a. Good accommodation for mares and foals Barren mares Fie. Per week mares and foals 8s. Per week Corn at the Market Price. All expenses to be pud before the Maree Are taken away. Any gentleman that paid for a Mare which proved Barren to meteor last season May Pat her to him at half Price. Auction rooms Market Street Leicester. To messes. Blakesley and Hollier have received instructions from the executors of the late or. Thomas Cooper Scott of Burton Hastings to sell by auction on tuesday the Lith Day of april 1854, at the Middle Stretton Baskerville farm near Hinckley a a la the valuable Dairy cows fat Stock ajl implements a. Ac., which consists of 17 Superior Dairy cows and 17 calves 7 Good Sturks 2 Good Barren cows 3 yearlings and i yearling Bull 45 Good in lamed ewes and 20 tags 55 prime fat Wethers 30 fat calves and 2 pocket pigs 3 useful draught horses Superior Colt and filly capital Pony five years old six Inch Waggon and 2 narrow wheel ditto 3 six Inch carts double and single ploughs and scuffle 3 pair harrows Good winnow ing machine and chaff Cutter weighing machine and weights capital turnip Cutter and horse Rake 3 Hovel frames horse tackle in lots cow cribs the excellent Dairy utensils Bec. A. Sale to commence at ten of clock. The Middle Stretton Baskerville farm adjoins the watling Street Road Viz., 2 Miles from Hinckley and 3 from Nuneaton. Button-in-the-elm8, near Narborough Leicestershire. Valuable Dairy cows and heifers Barren cotes Sturks and yearlings Superior in Lamb a ewes and tags fat sheep draught horses implements <fc., sfc., the property of or. Richard Jarratt of Sutton in the Elins who is giving up part of his land which will be sold by auction by messes. Blakesley up Hollier on wednesday next the 12th Day of april 1854, All the valuable Dairy cows heifers ac., which consist of 15 valuable Dairy cows and heifers 9 Good Barren cows to Sturks and to yearlings 4 Superior Bull calves three of which Are by the Duke of Coventry the Duke of Coventry was out of Gay lass sold at tile Sale of j. S. Crosland Esq., by Hector whose Pedigree and also that of the fourth calf will be Given at the time of Sale. The sheep consist of 90 Superior ewes with their lambs too Good wether tags 40 fat sheep 2 capital draught horses each seven years old valuable Marc in Fual 3 years old two Good narrow wheel waggons and two six Inch c its double and single ploughs scuffle and several other implements a. Sale to commence at eleven of clock. Repository Horsehair Street and How Lily Green Street Leicester. To be sold by auction by w. Berridge on saturday april 15th, 154, at Hie repository at 12 of clock several capital 4-Wbeej Phaeton with hoods ac., 2 capital gigs Aud harness 3 very Good Light Spring carts Market heavy carts ac., a. will lie said at the same time a very Good 4-wheel dog car in tile property of a gentleman having no further use for it. Public wharf Leicester. To Timber dealers and others. To be sold by auction by w. Berridge on monday april l7tb, 1854, in one or More lots a Boi i 27 Ash 7 Elm i Maple and 4 Poplar Timex Ber Trees now lying at the Public wharf Belgrave Gate. Sale to commence at 3 of clock precisely. Pastop Park cite mile from . To be sold by auction by or. T. Davenport on tile above premises on monday april 10th, 1854, Ymir whole of the live Stock mid farming a i Mph. Men is the property of or. Moore who is declining farming composing in pert 35 Leicester ewes and lambs 4-1 ditto wether and Ewe bogs i Shropshire ram 21 Dairy cows and heifers 2 i calf and 7 Barren stinks 2 bulls 4 yearlings 4 calves 5 pigs 4 powerful Waggon horses half bred Mare steady in harness tin fanning implements in part of a six Inch Waggon 2 narrow wheel ditto 3 six Inch carts four and a Hali ditto Light narrow wheel ditto neat gig land Roll scarified Tormentor 3 single ploughs six horse Power thrashing machine drum to ditto nearly new4 sets of liar rows Straw Cutter nearly new Oil cake Mill winnowing machine weighing machine weights Oil cloth Waggon cover 2 stack covers 3 sets of Shafter tackle 4 sets of elude ditto 2 sets of Gecho ditto Quantity sawn Timber a. A. Sale to commence at eleven of clock. I catalogues Are Bow ready and May be had at the place of Sale and at tile office of the auctioneer Church Street Ashby do la touch. To houses and land at ii la Wick. Be sold by auction by George Orchard at the three crowns Ling hit Wick on tuesday the 25th Day of april instant at five of clock in the afternoon in Jeci to conditions then to be produced and in the billowing or such other lots As shall then he determined 2 a porn _ lot i. Messages situate fronting the Turnpike Road to Leicester at the West end of mount pleasant thcret0�?T a a cd a Pete rep sir am lot 2, if messages adjoining the last lot on the East will. Large gardens thereto and outbuildings. Lot 3. Messages adjoining lot 2, forming the East end mount i Lea Smit with Good gardens and outbuildings. Lot 4. Cw.,i a of pc Way it closed arable land Well u1a it cup at on 01 or. Chester Iii excellent con to Iuliu tin. 3a 3r do of thereabouts situate adjoining the above mentioned houses. A a a. Lot 5. A Dinc Otto Dan Cen with 2 of land 2 acres Situ Loughborough mid the s out we twice towards glad Lier and or. Webster tivu16 it Cupat on of or. Situated Aud cont tuns 2 sitting i�u8e is ver it pleasantly Aud bed rooms Aud has , let a so Des hitch us repair. Oilily undergone a oomph the for further smrt Lars in vote a Baw cd or to Alissa a in i Edward hah. Or to the auctioneer Ashby de Luz. Souton Sale t1us Day to be peremptorily sold by auction pursuant to a Decreta order of the High court of chancery made in the cause Gregory v. Mousley with the approbation of the Hight honourable the master of the Rolls by messes. Moody up Newbold at the places and times hereinafter mentioned the valuable Freehold estates in tile parishes of All saints St. Alki Uund a St. Peters and St. Wer Burgh a in the Borough of Derby also in the parishes and townships of Castle Donnington Hartington Brassington Willington and Church Gresley in the counties of Derby Aud Leicester being portions of the estate of tile late William Eaton Mousley deceased. At the Bell hotel in tile Borough of Derby on the 7th Day of april 1854, at four of clock in the afternoon p a Ciscley. St. Peters Parish. That valuable and important mansion House and premises known As a a Babbie Toti House a situate in St. Peters Street proposed to lie divided into three lots. St. We Burgh Parish. In to excellent residences . 69 and 60, Friar Gate six desirable residences 44, 45, 45a, 45b, 46, and 47, Bridge Street to Geilier with two cottage Iii against reef. A productive walled Garden on the Ashbourne Road and two valuable pieces of building land adjoining the Ashbourne Tum Pike Road and tile Mark Aton Lane intended to be offered in convenient lots. St. Alem in ifs and All saints parishes two convenient residences i and 2 Ortli Parade two very desirable residences to and la. Full Street with a desirable piece of building land adjoining full Street and the River Derwent. An extensive and Well arranged mansion House no. 2, f Ull Street known As a a Exeter House a with the very valuable and important building latin adjoining Derwent Street and the River Derwent also two newly erected Corner houses and shops a convenient residence no. 2, Derwent Terrace and the Derwent Meadow with extensive frontages to the Midland railway and the River Derwent also All that Messuage or tenement with the Currier a shop stable Aud twelve cottages and gardens situate in the Biggin in the town of Castle Donnington Iii the county of Leicester. At the Green Man inn in Ashbourne Iii the said county of Derby on saturday the 8th Day of april 1854, at f our of clock in the afternoon. Brassington. All that valuable Freehold and tithe free estate situate at Brassington in the said county of Derby containing 82a. 2b. L2t\ of excellent arable Meadow and pasture land also the Manor of Brassington. Hartington. And also a1 that Messuage or tenement known by the name of a a Hurdlow Hall a with tile Freehold and tithe tree estate adjoining and lying near thereto situate on the Ashbourne and Buxton Turnpike Road containing 156a. 2b. 24. Of very Good arable Meadow and pasture land. The Cro Fortl and High Peak railway passes through the estate. At the three Queens inn Burton on Trent in the county of Stafford on thursday the 13th Day of april 1854, at four of clock in the afternoon. Willington. A very excellent close of pasture land situate at ill ton in the county of Derby. Church Gresley. A a up it and valuable Freehold and tithe free ale known As a Gresley Hall a consisting of a sub i so House it Vith the necessary outbuildings and.8 29p of excellent arable Meadow and pasture land situate dose to the Gresley station on the Burton and Leicester railway. Printed particulars and conditions of Sale and plans of the various lots with Hie Days and places of Gale May be bad Gratis at the Chambre of the master of the Rolls chancery Lane. London of messes. Gym Oey Neu n 1 Cors it la Bedford Row London Romr j hilo�1�?T no chancery Lane hm�p8ley, solicitor Derby of or. Wright Kwh a a or Gisborne land agent 5ll. I lr�1 p1 of Quot a i a Quot it of the Anc loner messes. Moody and Newbold Derby Gregory Faul Kulk a co.,�?T i. A word iwo be sold by auction by John Holland Jun. On thursday the 13th Day of april next at the above rooms an extensive assortment of modern and valuable household furniture splendid 6j octave pianoforte in Rosewood Square ditto in mahogany a very Superior double barrelled gun and Case Complete fishing nets excellent 8 feet Bagatelle table with balls and cues too gallon Copper Quantity of brewing vessels barrels and other effects. Catalogues Are now ready and May be bad at the auction offices. Sale to commence at half past ten of clock. The bulls head inn Hinckley. To be sold or let with immediate Possession incoming under �100. For further particulars enquire of messes. Moore St Gregory Leicester or mrs. Ann Tew bulls head inn Hinckley. Horses for Sale. Everal Superior blood and half bred Young horses for Sale consisting of stallions Hunters Hacks and harness horses Brood mares growing Young Colts and fillies of Good Breeding and pedigrees with both Hunting and racing appearance. Enquire at the journal office. S a Pony lit hands High harness and gig to i be sold the owner having no further use for them. Apply to or. Goodwin King William 4th inn great Wigt Tou. _ 60 on Sale Paresis Leicestershire Bank shares in one two or three lots. Land. Wanted to Purchase from 50 to 160 acres of land in tile county of Leicester. Apply to or. George Holford no. To Market Street Leicester share broker Aud estate agent. To publicans malt sters and Small capitalists. To be sold by auction. By j. Holland Junn on wednesday the 26th Day of april 1854, on the premises Archdeacon Lane Leicester at 6 for 7 of clock in the evening and subject to conditions then and there to be produced the following valuable Freehold property a lot i. A newly erected Freehold old licensed Public House known by the Sigil of the freemasons arms situate in arc Deacon Lane Aud now in the occupation of tile proprietor or. Robert Osborne. The House contains Good cellar age tap room liar Small and Large Parlours club room Aud suitable bed rooms Good brew House out offices and Large Yard. I of 2. Two comfortable dwelling houses one with Slaughter House and other outbuildings situate in Osborn Street a joining lot i now in the occupation of George Hill Aud Peter Holland. Lot 3. A valuable piece of building land with double frontage containing about 500 Square Yards with carpenters and blacksmiths shops thereon situate in Archie Icone Lane and also adjoining lot i and now in the occupation of the aforesaid or. Robert Osborne. Further particulars May be obtained of or. John Loseby solicitor Leicester of or. Osborne on the premises or the auctioneer 20, Market Street Leicester. Fine grass keeping Allexton Leicestershire. To be let by auction by John Langley on thursday the 27th Day of april 1854, the grazing of about 130 acres of Fine grass Lan i. Particulars in next weeks paper. Keeton Mowbray. Extensive Sale of genteel household goods. Messes. Burton amp Clark Are directed to sell by Public auction on wednesday the 12tli Day of april 1854, upon the premises of miss Inett Nottingham Street Melton Mowbray under the usual conditions. The following neat and useful household furniture Rich Cut Glass China too vols. Of books Good mangle Well seasoned casks and numerous other articles comprising in part loft mahogany four Post bedsteads in Moreen furniture feat Lier and flock Beds Straw and flock mattresses blankets counterpane dressing Box and other glasses dressing tables Wash stands Brussell Sand Kidderminster floor carpets mahogany wardrobe several sets of Oak drawers handsome pier Glass Oak Bureau ashes pan fire Irons fenders easy chair set mahogany chairs two Ann ditto Emu he Alieel barometer mahogany dining and work tables two Bronze Lustres Japan Ned Tea trays and waiters sets Tea China cat Glass table and chamber Candle Sticks six Block tin dish covers Pewter plates and dishes mahogany knife and butlers trays several sets of table Aud desert knives Liell Metal pans and skillets brass Copper and Iron pots pans saucepans and Tea kettles handsome brass urn Ivory and Pearl counters draft Board and men capital mangle ironing store salting Lead Garden , Well seasoned casks Kitchen and out House effects in great variety a. The whole will be fully it in catalogues the oods May be viewed two Days preceding the Sale. On account of the number lots to be sold in one Day tile auctioneers respectfully request the attendance of the company punctually at eleven of clock. Melbourne Hall near Derby. To be let with immediate Possession either from year to year or for a term of years completely furnished with its Beautiful gardens Lake Well stocked with fish and pleasure grounds and upwards of 2000 acres of excellent open and cover shooting. The Hall which to in excellent repair contains spacious Entrance Ball Library lining and drawing rooms with numerous bed rooms and dressing rooms housekeepers room butlers pantry Kitchen scullery servants Hall and excellent offices also suitable stabling Couch Bouses and out offices. There is a plentiful Supply of Good water tile locality is dry and healthy the neighbourhood Well wooded and the scenery picturesque. Land May be had if required. Two packs of Bounds meet in the neighbourhood. The Derby Keg Wortlie Willington and Ashby stations of the Midland railway Are about seven Miles Distant. To View the premises Aud for terms apply to or. Fox Melbourne near Derby also for terms apply to or. Curzon of Derby solicitor or to messes. Hall and Anion solicitors Manchester or to or. Cooksey of lambs conduit place London solicitor. 1864. To cover this season. Idas bred by the Earl of Stradbroke in 1842, now the property of or. T. Campion Melton Mowbray. All mares at two guineas and half a Crown Tbs Groom. Idas to a Bay horse with Black legs and without White stands sixteen hands High great muscular Power Fine action perfectly sound and free from blemish has an excellent Constitution and Fine temper combining the Hest and most fashionable blood of the Day. Idas is by Liverpool out of Marpessa by mule dam Clare by Maranion ont of Harpalicy by Tobanna. Liverpool by tramp dam by whisker out of mundane by pot8os. On reference to the calendars it will be seen that idas was a Moat successful race horse winning 9 races at three years old including the 2000 guineas stake at Newmarket. At four years old he beat the Baron Winner of the St. Leger at Doncaster and the Cesa Revitch at Newmarket in a match for 1000 guineas giving him 10lb., and both of a year. He has covered five seasons is a sure foal getter and to Stock Are very Fine and promising. . In consequence of the reduced and uniform charge of two guineas the proprietor fully expects All mares to be settled for with the Groom the last time round. For further information application May be made to the owner. Idas will commence travelling on monday april 10th, to Oakham and Home at night. Tuesday at Home. Wednesday to great Dalby Twyford Ashby Gaddesby Kirby and Home at night. Thursday at Home. Friday Kettle by the Broughton Hickling Clawson Home at night. Saturday at Home. Notice of audit. To the clerks of the undermentioned unions treasurers medical officers masters and matrons of the workhouses relieving officers overseers of the poor assistant overseers collectors Aud All other persons whom it May concern. I give notice that i shall attend As auditor of the Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire District of poor Law unions at the several workhouses following to audit tile accounts for the half year ended the 25th of March last of the respective unions and of tile several parishes and townships comprised therein namely a of the Market Harborough Union on wednesday the 19tb of april instant at nine of clock in the Forenoon the Hinckley Union on Friday the 21st of april at eleven of clock in the Forenoon the Billesdon Union on monday april 24th instant at nine of clock in the f Forenoon the Loughborough Union on wednesday april 26th instant at nine of clock in the f Forenoon Tho Barrow upon soar Union on Friday april 28th instant at nine of clock in tile Forenoon the Melton Mowbray Union on monday May 1st next at nine of clock in the f Forenoon the blab Union on wednesday May 3rd next at eleven of clock Nute Forenoon the Lutterworth Union on Friday May 8th next at nine of clock in the Forenoon and the Leicester Union on monday May 8th next at ten o clock in the Forenoon. Dated at f Beazley tile 4th Day of april 1854. William Power. Rearsby. Messes. Burton amp Clark Are honoured with instructions to sell by auction on thursday tile 13th april 1854, the following valuable beast and sheep Stock Viz a too very useful wether and Ewe Lamb hogs to Superior calved and i calf cows and heifers an i pig Gilt 2 store gilts Aud 2 pocket pigs the property of h. C. Woodcock Esq. Also 45 very useful wether and Ewe Lamb hogs 2 rams and 12 capital calved and i calf cows and heifers the property of or. We. Bin skin who to declining Dairying. The whole will be sold without Reserve and the Sale will commence at twelve of clock. Melton Mowbray new Spring pair. We. Shouler respectfully announces that Iii addition to his customary sales of horses on f air Days he will submit for Public Competition on tuesday next the Lith of april instant being the new fair Day opposite the George hotel at eleven of clock. The following Well bred Young Stock and Brood i Mare the property of a gentleman declining Breeding a lot Bay Mare 3 years old by St. Martin. Has been broken and to Likely to make a Good Hunter. Lot 2.�?Brood Mare i foal to idas tune up the 29th of lot 3.�?baymare, 4 years old by pineapple out of lot 2. Lot 4.�?ditto, 3 years old ditto ditto. Ult 5.�?ditto, 2 years old ditto ditto. It 6.�?Bay yearling filly by Oakley out Stlot 2. The above May be seen at or. Lineker s paddocks two Days in precedence of the Sale. Also immediately after the above Are disposed of to be sold by auction four valuable nags the property of gentle. Lot i a a handsome Grey Mare 6 years old about 14 bands 3 inches High a Clever Hack and is a Good Hunter having been used for that purpose lot 2.�?a very Superior Strong Black 14 hands High 6 years old in Fine condition with Good action and quiet to ride was warranted quiet in harness to the present owner who Bas never Asea him for that purpose. Lot 3.�?a Bay Pony. 5 years old. A Good goer very met to ride has never been in harness. Lot Pony 12 hands High 4 Yew old quiet ride. Notice to debtors and creditors. A la persons having any claim or demand upon the Al Al estate of the late Henry Neal of Leicester trimmer and Dyer or upon the late firm of Neal Aud Oram Are req Nee Ted to Send in an account thereof to John Poole 24, Neiva Rke Street or Benjamin Russell jon., 18, South Fields Leicester the executors of the said Henry Neal in order that the same May be examined. And All person indebted to the said Henry neat or to the above named firm Are requested to pay their respective debts to Daniel Oram the surviving partner who will receive and pay All debts due to and owing by the late firm of Neal Aud Oram. Daniel Oram in continuing the business lately carried on under the firm of Neal and Orwin begs to return thanks to his friends for All favours bestowed on the late firm and assures them that his Earnest attention shall be Given to the execution of orders with care Aud despatch. 30th March 1854. Notice in the matter of Thomas steady late of Leicester gentleman deceased. A la persons having any claim or demand on the a. Estate of the late or. Thomas steady Are requested to Forward tile same to nay office in Welford place Leicester in order that the same May be examined and discharged. And All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to pay the amount of their respective debts to the undersigned forthwith. By order of the administrator Welford place Mardi 30th, 1854. Johs la a Rbt War Phreno logically viewed. Til acts pm it beyond a doubt that a Large brained a person acquires a natural Ascendancy Over another whose cerebral system is smaller lie Nee the difference in nations. A nation of Sudul brained people arc easily conquered and Beld in subjection. Witness the facility with which the Small headed Hindoo were subjugated and tile extreme difficulty exit Erie coed in overcoming the Caviler whose braille Are Large and Active. The Large size of the scotch brain was no doubt one of the causes which rendered tile permanent subjugation of Scotland by the English impossible. No Man acquires a supremacy Over masses of his fellow Man without a Large head. Tile head of Pericles who wielded at will the fierce democracy of Athens was of extraordinary size Mirabeau whose Thunder Shook the National Assembly of France Denton who Rode like an evil spirit on the whirlwind of the French revolution Franklin who guided by the Calm Power of his Wisdom and virtue the legislature of America had All of them beads of uncommon size. There is not a single instance of any one with a Small or moderate sized brain wielding multitudes like the Irish agitator or grappling triumphantly with the dangers of a troubled age like the Iron hearted Cromwell or rain no himself from a private station to the most splendid throne in Europe like the emperor Napoleon. To accomplish such feats not great intellect Only to required but commanding Force of character which can Only arise from an unusual size of brain. At the present Day we see a Man with a brain evidently predominating in the animal propensities titling himself the Parent of fifty three millions of people who lie is undoubtedly deluding to destruction blindly led by one whose guilty ambition has impaired All his moral perceptions the one monster vice effacing the Boundary lines of truth Aud error deadened the moral faculties and obfuscated the intellectual ones. But such ambition is no Novelty being instilled into him from his childhood grew with his growth and like other menus vice hardened with hts Bones he is determined to Lead on these deluded masses by i piously designating it the Battle of the almighty. But if right shall eventually prevail having larger brains consequently More powerful Aud imbued with right principles still might in his geographical position can do much to retard the wished for object of a people the most degraded on tile face of the Earth a unlettered narrow minded serfs indifferent us to personal Comfort Aud generally speaking possessing in a remarkable degree the Dura Ilia Jessurum consuming food that none outlier than the brute creation could consequently Hardy coarse in temperament naturally void of sensitiveness. Great will be tile destruction and poignant the feelings of such men As Omar Paella Napier aul Dundas on witnessing the cruelties that will be inflicted by these barbarians wherever they gain any Quarter but bravery with mercy and Justice her cause must she not at last prevail. And what w ill be her Reward a Italy in Possession of Freedom Turkey rescued from that insolent interference that has so Long weighed like an incubus on her resources Poland a restored monarchy Hungary a free Constitution England and France United and the israelite Iii Jerusalem and to Liege leaves that Are now budding Forth to the Call of nature will Long have returned again to the Earth Ere this struggle to brought to a close. A. F. Ashton. Phrenology a 60, Welford Boad. Or. Ashton continues giving full written of lineat10ns of character from toe red or from the hand writing for the simple charge of a shilling. All parents should ascertain their children a abilities. The numerous lady Calls testify the general satisfaction Given to All. A t the general Quarter session of the peace of our a Sovereign lady the Queen Holden at the Castle of Leicester in and for the county of Leicester on monday the third Day of april in the 17th year of the reign of our Sovereign lady Victoria now Queen of the United kingdom of great Britain anti Ireland and in the year of our lord 1854, before John Dick Burnaby Esquire chairman sir George Joseph Palmer and sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg Bart., John King Edward Dawson Edward Bour Climer Ilar Topp Charles Thomasf reer Thomas Stoke and Frederick Palmer esquires John Mawby Cooper James Peng rec Newby Edward Elmhirst Aud Henry James Hoskins clerks justices of our said lady the Queen assigned to keep the peace of our said lady the Queen in the county aforesaid and also to hear Aud determine divers felonies trespasses and other misdemeanours committed in the said county. It was ordered that a county rate of three of a arts mrs in the Pound upon tile assessment Mode and ordered on the 2nd of april 1838, be raised and paid to the treasurer of the said county on or before saturday the 7th Day of May next. By the Coart William Freer clerk of the peace. Leicester april 3rd, 1854. Leicestershire easter sessions 1864. To cover this season 1854, at the manner s arms inn Ratcliff on Trent near Nottingham at three guineas each Mare and five shillings the Groom that celebrated and Well known Trotter the Champion decidedly the fastest entire horse in England late the property of or. Theobald of London deceased and now of the right honorable the Earl Spencer. Champion is a Rich Bay stands 16 hands High on Short Black legs with great Power and Fine action be was Brod at Lynn Norfolk got by fir away that trotted two mile on the Oxford Road Iii five minutes and was sold for one thousand guineas and covered Iii London several years at five guineas each Mare. Grands re the Norfolk phenomenon a very noted Trotter purchased for a Large sum of Money to travel in Yorkshire. Great grandsire the Norfolk allowed by judges to be tile fastest horse of that Day. Tile champions Durn by Marshland Shales that stood Champion for several years Grandam by Shields that won 108 trotting matches. Champion when rising four years old a matched to Trot one mile within three minutes a to stand at the Stone and Start which he won easy. The same year and at the same place Lynn in Norfolk was matched to Trot three Miles in nine minutes lie completed the distance in eight inmates and a half. When five years old he was matched to toot eighteen Miles in one hour to carry twelve Stone at Wati ing Hamand completed the distance in fifty nine minutes. He was purchased by or. Theobald at 600 guineas and challenged to Trot any stallion Iii England and covered at Bis establishment at four guineas each Mare be has proved himself a sure foal getter and his Stock have been sold at 200 and 300 guineas each. He is the tire of that celebrated Norfolk phenomenon that served last season at four guineas each Mare and five shillings the Groom at Luckhurst Lodge Woodford and the Young Champion at theobaldus stud f urm Stockwell at four guineas each Mare and ten shillings the Groom and is allowed by judge to be the fastest horse Iii England of Hie age and is in every respect a weight carrying horse his action is free and natural and of great Power and extraordinary fast. He will commence travelling on monday april the 3rd, and will leave the Manvers a arms Ratcliff to or. Herrick a Neva la a arms Kinoulton to bait thence Forward to the red lion inn nether Broughton for the night. Tuesday to the White lion or. Weltin a Melton mow Bray for the night. Wednesday to the horse and Groom inn Rearsby and to the bulls head Syston to bait thence Forward to the Wellington Castle Granby Street Leicester for the night. Thursday to or. Fowkes a half Way House Rothley to bait and to tile Boot inn Loughborough for the night. Friday through Hatli Eru to the flying Hoise Keg Worth to but Aud to the Harrington arms Sawley to bait and to the Warren arms Stapleford for the night. Saturday to or. Robert Jeroame a leather bottle inn Hockley Nottingham and to the Manvers arms Ratcliff where he will remain till monday morning. The grooms fee to be paid the first time of covering til remainder at Midsummer to r. Noon Groom the last week of the horse travelling. Notice is hereby Given that or. Samuel Hester the inspector of Al weights and measures will make a circuit to the several Market towns to compare and stamp All weights and measures in use within the county and for that purpose will attend on the several Days and at the respective places following a at Leicester at the residence of the said Samuel Hester Rutland Street on saturday the 8th of april instant on saturday the 6th of May next and on saturday the 3rd of june next. At Lutterworth at the Hind inn on monday the 29th of May next. At Market Harborough at the Angel inn on tuesday the 30th of May next. At Melton Mowbray at the Blue Bell inn on monday the 6th of june next. At Hinckley at the George inn on thursday the 8th of june next. At Market Bosworth at the Dixie arms inn on Friday the 9th of j line next. At Loughborough at the plough inn on monday the 12tli of june next. At Castle Donington at the Moira arms inn on tuesday the 18th of june next. At Ashby de la Zoudeh at the George inn on wednesday the 14th of june next. William Freer clerk of the peace. Clerk of the peace a office Leicester april 3rd, 1854. County fire office. 60, Regent Street and 2, Royal Exchange buildings London. Policy holders Are respectfully informed that the lady Day renewals Are now in the hands of the several agents of the company and should be paid before the 9th of april. The principle upon which the county fire office was originally founded now nearly half a Century since and upon which it continues to be conducted is toe providing against loss and for the Security of its policy holders by fair rates of Premium and returning at stated periods a considerable portion of whatever surplus premiums May remain in hand. Acting upon this principle the sum of �200,000. Has already been repaid to the insured. F arming Stock and implements 3s. Per Cut. Agents Are appointed in All the principal towns who Are also agents for the provident life office of whom every information May be obtained. Agents for Leicester and its neighbourhood. Leicester. Messes. Berridge and Banhart Horsehair Street. Ashby de la touch. Or. We. Webb. To cover this season 1854, that Superior race horse the King of Kildare bred by or. E. Irwin the owner of Faugh a bal Trugli now the property of or. E. Bailey veterinary surgeon Belgrave Gate Leicester. Trio Rouglin bred mares 6 guineas and 5s. Tile Groom half bred mares �2. 10s. Each and 6a. The Groom. The King of Kildare is a dark Bay horse St Sis 16 hands High free from White is perfectly sound and no roared with Fine action Aud is allowed by judges to be one of tile strongest thorough bred horses in the country Ai d will undoubtedly prove a Boon to breeders. He has covered four seasons Aud his Stock rising three years old Are very Bony with Superior action promising to make first class Hunters amp a. The Kino of Kildare is by Tearaway out of Anna Maria by Huntington by Brut Andorf out of Marian by tramp Acac. Tearaway is also the sire of Buss Borough who run the dead Lieut with Volti eur and is by Voltaire the sire of Volti eur Winner of the Derby and St. Leger in 1850, also of Charles xii., Winner of the St. Leger after a dead heat with Euclid thus proving him one of the stoutest running blood of the Day and having himself won eight races and ran second five times beating Burgundy trounced and Many others. The King of Kildare won in 1847 at Goodwood the Cowdry stakes of 25 Sov. Each at Wolverhampton the chilling Ron stakes of to sovereigns each with 60 added 13 sub at the Curranh september meeting a sweepstakes of 60 sons. Each at the Curr Agli october meeting won the Sligo stakes of 25 sovereigns with 50 added 15 subs at the same meeting won a sweepstakes of 30 sovereigns each with 50 added 9 subs won by two lengths. In 1848 at the Curranh june meeting won the cur Rathmore sweepstakes of 25 sons. Each with 60 added 9 sub carrying 8�t. 121bs. At the same meeting won a sweepstakes of 15 sovereigns each with 60 added 12 subs carrying 9st. At tile Curranh october meeting won her majesty s Plato of too guineas three Miles beating Burgundy trounced and nine others and ran second five times. The King of Kildare will commence travelling on the loth of april to Call at the half Way House through the villages to to the Roe Buck Earl Shilton to bait thence Forward to the Castle inn Hinckley for the night. Tuesday to Nuneaton and through the villages to the three tuns Atherstone for the night. Wednesday through Ratcliffe Sibson Upton Shenton to the Dixie arms hotel Market Bosworth for the Market thence Forward to the Queens head inn Ashby de la touch for the night. Thursday through tile villages to the Cross keys Loughborough for tile night. Friday through Barrow Sileby Cossington at Rothley House to bait and borne at night where he will remain until monday morning during the season. Hay and grass for mares and foals at 8s. Per week Barren mares 6s. Corn at Market prise. A expense for mares at grass to be paid before taken away. Ppm the grooms fee to be paid at the time of covering and the remainder at Midsummer the last week of the horse travelling to George Tilley Groom. Any mares tried by this horse and put to another will be charged for unless understood by the Groom. And in no instance win this role be departed from. To cover this season 1854, at Joseph masons stud paddocks Melton Mowbray Leicestershire Vite l l i us thorough bred mares five guineas and 5s. The fee other mares two guineas and 2s. 6d. Tile fee. Vitei.l1us is a Beautiful Black fifteen hands three and a Holt inches High on Short legs with immense muscular Power first rate shoulders and very grand action perfectly sound in every respect parti Clai in in his wind which is a very essential tiling for breeders to look at. Vitellius was got by Ebberston out of the dam of sir Tattoo Sykes the Winner of the two thousand guineas and the Doncaster St. Leger by Margrave the Winner of the St. Leger her dam Patty Primrose by Confederate. Sybil by interpreter. Galicia by Amati out of Paulina by sir Peter. Ebberston was got by velocipede dam by partisan her dam Jessy by Totteridge out of Cracker by High flyer. Margrave the tire of dam was got by Muley by Orville Winner of tile St. Leger lain by elect iou Lier dam fair Ellen by Hambleton. Helen by Delpina. Rosaland by phenomenon. Vitel sub was a first class race horse he Wou the drawing room stakes the criterion and a Handicap at Burton Constable and was beaten for the prs stakes at Goram Bury by even us by half a head be also won Tim great Northamptonshire Handicap of 25 so a. Each 15 forfeit with too added 72 subscribers 48 of whom declared forfeit value of tile stakes �860. Lie also on the following Day won her majesty a nato of too guineas two Miles carrying 9st 21b., beating St. Lawrence the beat horse in the world and was sold immediately after tile race for 1600 guineas. St. Lawrence started fifty eight times and won Twenty eight at All distances. For farther particulars see Kacius Calendar. He has proved himself a sure foal getter his Stock Are remarkably Fine very much approved and Are Selling at High prices. Vitellius will commence travelling the second week in april a monday to the George hotel Oakham for the Market and Home at night Liere he will Rem in until thursday morning thursday through Ashfordby Hoby Ratcliffe Barrow and Quorndon to the Black horse inn Loughborough for the night Friday to the flying horse Kegworth for breakfast from thence to West and East Leake Costock Bunney and Bodmore to the Reindeer inn Wheeler Gate Nottingham for the night leave at two of clock on saturday through rat Rifle on Trent the crop Wells Tithby hangar and to the nags head inn Harby for the night and Home on sunday. Good Hay and grass for mares and foals with lock up hovels seven shillings per week Barren mares six shillings. Corn at Market Price. All expenses to be paid before the mares Are taken away. Hie Money to be paid at Midsummer and the grooms fee at the time of covering. All applications to be made to j. Mason Thorpe end Melton Mowbray. Atherstone. Hinckley. Loughborough Lutterworth Market Harborough Melton Mowbray. Oakham Rugby. A Leond. Gisborne. A Benjamin Law. A Beauvoir Brock. A w. J. Gulliver. A Thomas Abbott. A Edward Bright. A g. T. Smith. A c. E. What Blaw. Will be published on wednesday next Price i., Robert Hall his Genius and his writings. By j. P. Morsell. London a. Hall Ami co. Leicester j. Burton. Blow to tvs so Bazine. For apri it. 1854. No. Lxii. Price 2s. Of. Contents. The commercial results of a War with Russia. Tile puppets of All nations. The quiet v. Chronological curiosities what shall we collect ? the Reform Bills of 1852 and 1854. The Blue books and the Eastern question. Life in the Sahara. The Cost of Hie coalition ministry. We. Blackwood a sons Edinburgh and London. Peoples editions. I. A Lisoni a history of Europe from the Cora ajl Mene ement of the French revolution to the Battle of Waterloo. In 44 parts at one shilling each. Parts i to 15 Are published also vols. I. To iv., Price 4s. Each neatly bound in doth. N the works of Samuel Warren d.c.l., publishing in monthly parts at one shilling each. Parts i to 8 Are published containing the a a diary of a late physician a and the commencement of a a ten thou Sand in. Professor Johnston a chemistry common life. No. V., Price 6d., contains the sweets we extract. The previous numbers contains 1. The air we breathe and the water we drink. 2. The soil we cultivate and the Plant we rear. 6d. 3. Hie bread we eat and the beef we Cook. 8d. 4. The beverages we infuse. Lod. We. Blackwood a sons Edinburgh and London sold by All booksellers and at the railway stations. Tea duty. The �-9pr?a,1urt�?~benion in the periodical reduction in the duty upon Tea and other nuns a circumstances have lately Given a very fluctuating Tor to the Lea Market. J. Manning a son feel it to he but Justice to themselves and their friends t i state that under these Peculiar circumstances they eau Oft r very great advantages. Besides having bought a Large Stock at the lowest Point of the Market they Are giving the full Benefit of the re. Auction of four Pence per Pound Iii tile duty which tool place on Hie 5th of april. The following arc particularly Good and cheap Good Strong Congo. 3&Quot Fine Strong Congo. 3 Fine Strong Imperial Gunpowder. 3 very i me Strong Gunpowder. 4 very Fine Strong Young Hyson. 4 j. Manning a son Hijii Street Leicester. Of 6d. To drapers assistants. Wanted immediately a Junior assistant. Apply to Lockwood and Cruspe c bes Pride Leicester. To parents and guardians. Wanted immediately a respectable youth As an As above. Wanted to Purchase. T Ime Sycamore and Walnut Timber of i j first rate Quality. Apply to l. Brown Jan., cd Macli Gate Leicester. Wanted. A Good farm labourer May meet with con Stant employment with cottage Garden and keep of a cow by applying to g. A. Harrold 19, Gallo tree Gate Leicester. Advantageous Agency. Respectable parties Are wanted for the Sale of goods in considerable request. Real name and address to be sent and applications made by letter Only to a. W., 53, Mautern Street Roxton London. It wanted by tile 1st of May. In a Large quiet family Vav in the country a respectable woman As Good Cook. Apply to mrs. Barrer confectioner hotel Street. No charge for policy Stamps Pelican life insurance company established in 1797. 70, Lombard Street City and 57, Charing Cross Westminster. Notice. The present sep Tennial period prior to the next division of profits will terminate on the 2nd july 1864 a All policies now effected and afterwards continued in Force for five years on Tho participating Seale of Premium will share in the surplus. For prospectuses and forms of proposal apply at the offices As above or to any of the company a agents. Robert Tucker Secretary. Agents. Leicester or. We. Billson Jun., solicitor new Street. A a or. John Burton bookseller. . H. C. Dewes chemist. Loughborough or. Las. Berridge clerk to solicitor. A a or. Nicklin Sou Oil and Colour Man. Melton Mowbray. Or. William Clark auctioneer. Lutterworth vacant. On Don and provincial Law Assurance j society 32, new Ridge Street Blac friars London. Georoe m. Butt Esq., q.c., , chairman. For fifths of tile profits divisible amongst the assured. No charge for policy Stamps. Extensive licence to travel and reside abroad. Appearance before the Board dispensed with. Prospectuses he., on application. Agent at Hinckley Frede. John Wood solicitor. The Home counties and general life Assurance company 29, new Ridge Street Blac friars London trustees. The right Hon. Lord musketry 94, pall Maland Springfield Castle Limerick. . Carruthers c.b., egmont House Victoria Road Kensington. Directors. The right Hon. Lord my Skerry 94, pall mall and Springfield Castle Limerick chairman of the Bourd. . Carruthers c.b., egmont House Victoria Road Kensington Deputy chairman. J. Rathbone Esq., 18, Gloucester gardens Hyde Park. Sir Philip Haughton Clarke Bart., Oak Hill East Barnet. George Freeman Esq., 57, York Terrace regents Park. James m. Barnard Esq., 24, old Bailey City. We. Octavious carotid Esq., 39a, Wigmore Street Ca Vendilli Square. The . E. P. Graves. Vernon House 50, pall mall. Walter Peck Esq 2, Belle vue Terrace Southsea Hants. Every description of risk Home or foreign connected with life Assurance. Half credit premiums upon a new principle. Premiums payable yearly half yearly or quarterly. One half of All premiums after the first two years Are re payable to the policy holders at any time on demand without personal liability. Annuities granted either immediate contingent or deferred and also endowments. Policies indisputable. No charge for policy Stamps. Deposits received in sums of �5 and upwards Aud 5 per cent interest allowed thereon. Loans granted on personal Security and on Freehold and leasehold property. Active agents wanted in town and country particularly in the agricultural towns and villages. Apply by letter giving names and addresses of references As to respectability. A. Dwt Yord Secretary. T he Liverpool and London fire and life insurance company. Capital two millions. Established 1836. Empowered by acts or parliament. Offices 37, Castle-8trekt, Liverpool and 20 and 21, poultry London. Trustees. Sir Thomas Bernard Birch Bart. Adam Hodgson Esq. Samuel ii. Thompson Esq. Directors in Liverpool. Brocklebank Esq. Deputy c. Ewart Esq. And Francis Haywood Esq. Secretary Swinton Boult Esq. Directors is London. Chairman Matthew Forster Esq. Deputy chairman George Frederick Young Esq. Resident Secretary Benjamin Henderson Esq. Capital and resources. The amount of capital subscribed exceeds �1,500,000. 1863. 1854. Capital paid up and in �198j 72 to 0 course of payment .�201,322 to 0 398,153 4 9 accumulated funds. 405,402 8 3 �596,225 14 9 together �666,724 18 3 Constitution. Liability of the entire body of shareholder unlimited. Fire department. Property insured against loss or damage by fire in the United kingdom the British colonies and in foreign countries farming Stock insured at is. Per cent. The premiums received in 1837, were �11, 1842, �23,804 in 1847, a a � 1852, �98,655 person w i lose firs policies with this company expire on the 25th instant Are respectfully reminded that receipts for the renewal of the same will be found at the head offices in Liverpool and London and in the hands of the respective agents. Life department. Annuities immediate or deferred. Life policies issued free of stamp duty. The premiums received Oil life policies amounted in 1837 to �1,755 in 1842 to �3,163. In 1847�21,197. In 1852�50,800. The bonuses of the company Are guaranteed when the policies Are issued. Residences in the australian colonies British America and the United states without extra charge. Great facilities for the payment of renewal premiums Are afforded by tile company a extensive system of foreign agencies. Further information May be had on application at the offices of the company or to any of the agents. Swinton Boult Secretary to the company. March 1854. Agents for this District. Leicester. Or. James Roughton 12, Belgrave Gate. A a or. S. Geary Market place. Hinckley. A a a or. Greatorex the Borough. Melton Mowbray. Or. Henry Goodacre Market place Nottingham. Or. George dudgeon. Southwell. Messes. Stenton a Townsend. Applications for agencies where appointments have not yet been mad May he att rented to the offices As ahoy. Wanted a partner of business habits to join the advertiser a in a Well established general drapery business situated in an improving Market town in the county doing at the present time an extensive family and ready Money Trade. The above will be found a very rare Opportunity for any Active industrious Young Man with from �600 to �700 capital. Only will be treated with. Address by letter Only to x.y.z., journal office. Infant Home six Miles from Leicester. A respectable person wife of a schoolmaster having Only one child a Little boy five years old wishes to have the care of two Little boys As companions they will be treated As her own Cix Iid where All the Comfort and enjoyment of maternal care will be Given in addition to which they will have the privilege of the private instruction of the father in connexion with his son age from four to eight. Apply at the journal office. In a select establishment in the country a lady can be received As Parlour Boarder. The is Tun Tion is healthy and agreeable the Garden and grounds extensive and within a Short distance of i Leicester. This would be desirable for any lady requiring the comforts of Home with cheerful musical society. References Given and required. For further particulars apply to or. T. Chapman Browne Bible and Crown Market place Leicester. Furnished apartments to let. A gentleman can be accommodated with Large a. Sitting and bed rooms with every convenience in in House which is most pleasantly situated in an open and airy situation having a Flower Garden in front and within ten minutes walk of the Market place. A coach House and stable May also be had if required. For further particulars enquire at the journal office. 4 per Pound. 8 a a n 0 a a 4 reduction in Tea. Spencer Marshall grateful for past favours begs to inform by friends and the Public generally that he is now ure Niri i to give them the full Benefit of the prepared second reduction in teis As Quality is the Best test of cheapness Ope trial is re specially solicited. Uruu 18 re Welford place and King Street. Leicester april 5,1854. Public notice. The Tea establishment Market Street and Belvoir Street Leicester. Rite proprietor respectfully informs the Public that he a Lias made arrangements for the delivery of teas it the reduced duty on saturday april 8th. List of prices at the new Black teas. Board and lodging. A gentleman or lady could be accommodated with Board and i edging with a highly respectable family quite in the country and within a Quarter of an hours walk of the Market place. Address b. X., Post office Leicester. To let in Saint Peters Lane Large Wool warehouse and stable Many years occupied by or. Joseph Whitmore. Apply to or. It. Warren 39, Friar Lane. Fax be let the High thorns farm 115 acres i. House and buildings new at Wymeswold near to or. John Bromley Derby. To let six Loose horse boxes at an inn with a private Yard close to i cattle Market and suitable for the accommodation of entire horses. For Terras sie., apply to or. John Rowbotham Volunteer inn Loughborough. To be let a n old established family business in the xxx. Confectionery and wine Trade. Coining in moderate As there Are Only fixtures to be taken to. Apply to g. Pegg High Street ibises Ter. A second Days a a times for disposal. It May be posted or obtained in Leicester at half past nine . On the Day of publication. Price �3. 3s. Apply by letter to x. Y., journal office. Loughborough town Hall and Corn Exchange. The committee Are prepared to receive designs and estimates for a town Hall and Corn Exchange at Loughborough Aud they beg Tootler a Premium of �30 for the Best set of plans elevations and specifications and a further sum of �15 for the second Best. The selected designs to become the sole property of the committee and the successful competitor will if duly qualified to the entire satisfaction of tile committee be entrusted with the carrying out of the design at tile usual commission in which Case the first mentioned Premium will merge in the commission. The whole Cost of the erection is not to exceed �4,500. Tile front of the building looking to the Market place is to be of red Brick Vith Stone facings or dressings. The building must comprise a 1. A Corn Exchange having an area of 400 Square Yards and 35 feet High. 2. An Assembly and music room about 70 feet Long 40 feet wide and 30 feet High with two Ante or retiring rooms attached. 3. A room for magisterial and county courts Public lectures literary meetings and outlier purposes of a similar character having a sin ill retiring room attached and containing a superficial area of about 1800 Square feet. This room should be so contrived As to be used occasionally in connection with the Assembly room. 4. A Public Library and Reading room of moderate size. 5. A news room also of moderate size. 6. Hall keepers apartments and such other offices As the building May require. The whole of the building to be heated and furnished with Gas fittings and properly ventilated. All the drawings to be on a scale of one eighth of in Inch to the foot and to be sent under motto Only the signature to be Given in an accompanying letter sealed with the motto which will not be opened until the selection has been made to one of the secretaries on or before the 15th Day of May next. The designs not accepted will be returned. Jos. Inglehart i Hon. A. Hucknall j secs. Loughborough 3rd april 1854. Lutterworth Union. Appointment of a relieving officer. The Board of guardians Are desirous of electing a relieving officer for the Lutterworth District of the Union which comprises a population of 8,353, and contains an area of about 28,800 statute acres. The salary will lie �75. Per Anuran. The person appointed will be required to enter into a Bond with two sufficient sureties for the due performance of his duties. He will be required to reside within the District and to devote his whole time to the duties of the office and will not be allowed to lie engaged or concerned directly or indirectly in any Trade or business whatsoever. Applications in the hand writing of the candidates stating age and particulars of previous employment accompanied by testimonials of character and fitness for the duties to be sent to me on or before wednesday 12th april next. Candidates Are not to attend unless officially written to for that purpose. Canvassing the guardians i strictly prohibited. By order of the Board jambs Driver Lutterworth clerk to the guardians. 28th March 1854. To Stone merchants and others. Ryphe Leamington local Board of health Are prepared to receive tenders from parties desirous of contracting for tile Supply of fifteen Hundred tons of Mountsorrel Granite or other Stone handpicked of the Best Quality for Macada Mizing. Parties tendering must state the Price per ton at which Uliey will contract to Supply either Soo tons 1000 tons or the whole Quantity to he delivered either at the wharf of the local boned or at the goods station of the London and North Western railway Leamington to tile satisfaction of the Surveyor in such quantities and at such time or time during the next six months As the local Board or their Surveyor in writing shall direct. The respective prices at which parties tendering would be willing to deliver Stone at the wharf and at the railway station respectively Moat be specified. Samples of store to accompany tile tenders and to be forwarded under cover endorsed a a tender for Stone a to the surveyors office town Hall Leamington on or before monday the 17th Day of april 1854. By order a. Haymes clerk. Town Hall Leam Gintout 4th april 1854. 2s. 8d. 3s. 2d. 3s. 6d. Good Congo Strong Biack Leaf ditto. Fine ditto fall Flavoured excellent family Tea. Finest imported Rich Mellow Tea .4�. Of. Green teas. Young Hyson .2s. 8d. Ditto Pale Leaf .3s. 4d. Fine ditto fragrant Tea. 3s. So. Finest ouch in Fine Rich old Hyson finest Small Leaf Hyson Imperial Gunpowder finest ditto Small Leaf Gunpowder ditto True Shanghai Tea finest Pearl Leaf ditto ditto ditto ditto Peculiar Tea. March 31st. A 4s. 8d. Is. Of. 5s. 4d. 3s. 6d. 4s. Of. 3s. 4d. 3s. So. 4s. 6d. 2s. Lod. Is. 4d. 3s. 8d. 4s. 4d. 4s. Of. 5s. Of. 4s. 4d. 3s. 8d. 3s. 6d. 4s. Of. 5s. Of. 5s. So. Samuel Baines proprietor. The budget of 1853 will Long be remembered by All the lovers of a Good cup of Tea for Hie reduction of the duty from 2s. 2 d. To is. J. Anderson begs to inform the Public that the full Benefit of the reduction of so. Per la. Which took place 011 the 5th of april instant May he realized at his establishment. He begs to Call special attention to the following reduced list of prices in teas which he has the fullest Confidence in recommending and which cannot be surpassed by any ii ouse in the Trade. Good common teas from 2s. 6d. To 3s. S. La. Finest Black Tea imported. Fine Congo Fine real Leaf Gunpowder Fine ouch in Young Hyson Fine Young Hyson. Finest Hyson Choice Coffee. 4 reduced to 4 3 5 5 3 4 i 4 0 6 0 6 0 4 0 5 0 i 8 Stoaks Cuk Aper than Ever Fine Lump 5d., Fine crystallized 4d. To 4jd., Good Brown 3jd. Fine Choice new hops is. 4d. Observe j. Andersons Tea establishment 40, Humberstone Gate. Leicester april 1854. The new French wove stays strongly recommended by the faculty. The present age is unparalleled for inventions and improvements in manufacture and the True Worth of an article is soon apparent from the amount of Public patronage it receives. The extraordinary and increasing demand for the new French Ivov e stays is a proof of their great superiority to the common stays the principal advantages Are that whilst they Render great support to the body the elasticity prevents the great evils attending the Wear of All others. The shape is perfectly symmetrical and the prices bring them within the reach of All. Prices a client French wove stays 4s. 6d. Per pair. White ditto ditto 5s. 6d. A a obtained in Leicester Only at prior a 27, Gallo tree Gate and 6, 7, and 8, Victoria Parade. Lutterworth. M. Gregg silk Meecey Linen and Woollen Draper returns Bis sincere thanks to the nobility Gentry and inhabitants of Lutterworth and its Vicinity for to Weir very Liberal support since his commencement in business and he Lins great pleasure in informing them that his Stock is now Replete with the produce of the various manufacturing markets adapted to the present season consisting of Silks shawls dresses mantles ribbons Flowers parasols ac., a. He would More particularly direct the attention of ladies to his Large selection of Straw bonnets comprising All the novelties introduced this Spring in tuscan Dunstable Luton fancy brilliants chips a. An experienced Foreman kept Iii Hie tailoring department. M. G. Lias a vacancy for an apprentice. April 4th, 1854. By her majesty a Royal letters Patent. St. Martins Hall London. Or. Woolley in drawing the attention of the musical Public to the enthusiastic applause Given to the piano introduced by m. Billet at his first concert at the above room to an Over crowded audience legs to state the effect produced was far beyond anything heard before a showing now that the piano can be employed in the largest rooms As an Independent instrument a and from a piano with strings scarcely More than half the length of those grands used at next concerts will take place on the evenings of tuesdays april 4 and pianos May be seen Anil purchased at ii s. Leeds water Louis 48, Albemarle Street London Aud All the principal provincial towns. Woolley and co., patentees and manufacturers. i a i �30., �20., and several �5. Gifts with own a v a a copy of the Kua weekly newspaper for one y ear May be secured by sending a Post office order for �1. Bs., to messes. William Willott and Frederic Ledger Era office 3, Catherine Street strand London. Gas. T. F. Sarson Gas fitter ac., ac., St. , agent for tue of Leslie Gas patents. The enormous Economy and sanitary results of these burners Are shown by the consumption of Gas in the London Post office being reduced from 245,000 to 120,300 per week and the same effects have followed its introduction in Liverpool and Manchester. See the Tim of january 18th, and House of lords report same month. May be seen in operation any evening at the Alum address and its suitability will be at once seen for places of worship Public buildings warehouses shops Aud private houses. To the Gas Consumers of Leicester. De Frie so a dry Gas meter. 11 the most perfect measuring instrument in the world. A in action at the town Hall. 60,000 in use. Gas heating and cooking stoves for All classes. The celebrated Gas Bath by which a warm Bath May be obtained in 6 minutes at a Cost of 2d. For Gas. Agent for the Bath and stores or. T. F. Sarson Saint Nicholas Street. Circulars ac., 145, Regent Street Aud new Road Saint patients London. Pure water at a Small Cost Forster and slates Patent constant Supply filter to attach to the service pipe furnishing a constant Supply of filtered water filtered through ii natural porous Stone. .�? these filters have been tested and approved by the first water engineers in the country. They Are applicable for Universal use a few situation in which they eau be advantageously used Are enumerated to prove that tact. 1.�?connected with hydrant or service pipe on constant Supply. 2.�?to filter the water As it misses from the service pipe into the Cistern. 3.�? to Supply filtered water to boiler in Kitchen Range from Cistern at the top of the Bouse or from service pipe. 4.�?to Supply filtered water to butlers pantry from Cistern at the top of the House or from service pipe. 5.�?to Supply filtered water on washstand from Cistern at the top of the House or from service pipe. 6.�?to Supply filtered water to Bath from Cistern at the top of the House or from service pie. 7.�? to Supply a Fountain with filtered x Ater from Cistern at the top of the Bouse or from service pipe. 8.�?connected to a Small Force pump where there is no natural pressure. 9.�?connected to a Small Force pump in ships stateroom. 10.�?connected to a Small Force pump and attached to ships Mast to furnish the Crew with pure water. Numerous other situations coaids be named but the above appear sufficient to prove the applicability of tin filter to Universal use. .�?an unlimited Quantity of water for manufacturing purposes can be filtered by this apparatus at a moderate coot. Frick thirty shillings. Patentee and agent for manufacturers James Forster 5, South John Street Liverpool. Sole manufacturers Cochrane a co., Woodside Iron works Dudley. Applications for agencies for England Ireland Wales and the British colonies to be made to James Forster As above. For scotch agencies to Archibald slate Woodside ironworks Dudley. Agent for Leicester Thomas Norman 16, free school Kae

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