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London Conserbatibe Journal And Church Of England Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1838, London, Middlesex METROPOLITAN o limai > Cijttrd) ísf AND ImtîJ No. 95.SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1838. Price Sixpence. TO THE CLERGY.—A Married Graduate of Cambridge, in full Orders, wishes to obtain a Curacy—The most respectable references will be given.—Apply (post paid), to L. M. 13, Wellington-street, Strand. c ON NE MARA MISSION AND ASYLUM.— Under the approval and sanction of His Grace the Archbishop of Tuana. COMMITTEE. Rev. Anthony Thomas Rev. M. A. Foster Rev. Robert Browne Rev. Brabazon Ellis Rev. Joseph Fisher Rev. Robert Potter Colonel A. Thompson Hyacinth D’Arcy, Esq. James D’Arcy, Esq. Alexander D. Campbell, Esq. The object of the above Mission and Asylum is to afford constant spiritual instruction, accordant with the doctrine and discipline of the United Church of England and Ireland, and permanent temporal protection, through the exercise of their own industry, to persecuted converts from Popery, and other poor Protestants from all parts of Ireland. For the accomplishment of these important objects, they have adopted the following plan, which they now submit to the, ¿¡on* sideratior. of their Christian brethren, praying, in the name of their Lord, and on behalf of their persecuted brethren, the sympathjrand aid of ail in every place who love their Divine Redeemer, and grieve for the afflictions of his people. 1st.—They will purchase, or take upon a lease of lives, renewable for ever, a tract of reclaimable ground advantageously situated. 2d.—This they would divide into farms of five acres each, and upon each farm they would build a small but comfortable cottage, and reclaim a certain portion of the land every year until the whole should bo brought into cultivation. 3d.—In effecting these improvements, they would employ professing Protestants (whether by birth or by conversion) of good'moral character. 4tli.—To each family of these they would give a house and farm at a fair yearly rent (to be paid in cash or labour), upon such terms as would secure the holding to them during their good behaviour. 5th.—They would employ, as steward or overseer, a man of not only agricultural skill, but also of vital godliness, who should keep a registry of all the settlers and their families, in which he should carefully note his own observations of their disposition and conduct. Oth.—They would have a faithful minister of the Established Church, resident in or near the settlement, who should have prayers and a short lecture every morning and evening throughout the year, at which the settlers and'their families should be required punctually to attend. 7th.—They would also have a school or schools in the settlement, at which all the children of the settlers should give a most regular attendance, and where they should receive a sound scriptural, and also a valuable temporal education. 8th.—They would commit the care and superintendence of the whole concern, under Divine Providence, to a Sub-Committee, two (at least) of whom should be resident in or near the settlement, and hold a monthly examination into the progress of the work, the condition of the people, and the accounts of the steward. A grant of twenty acres of land, rent-free for ever, has been made to the Committee, for the purpose of erecting a church, Clergyman’s house, school-house, and readers’ and teachers’ houses; which they hope to be enabled, by the liberality of Christian friends, to commence immediately. The sum required for this is about 500!. An offer has also been made to the Committee of five hundred acres of land, upon a lease of lives renewable for ever, which they are anxious to accept of, if they can procure the funds necessary for carrying on the work. The following subscriptions have been received since the 1st of April, 1838 :— Bishop of Exeter (don.) .. G. E. Wood, Esq. (don.).. Captain F. E. V. Harcourt Rev. Dr, Dealtry........ Rev. J. Harding ........ Lady Baker ............ J. Morrah, Esq......... Rev. E. C. Palmer ...... J. C. Colquhoun, Esq. M.P................. Lady Brodie ............ 1 Lord Barham ...... Mrs. J. Brydges .... Miss Brydges ..... Robert Miller, Esq. .. At BlacVheath....... A Friend, at Clifton C. Pinney. Esq..... At Bath ........... At Cheltenham...... I * An account of all sums received from the commencement, with the expenditure, will be given in detail in the yearly Report. Subscriptions and Donations will be thankfully received by the Treasurers, Messrs. J. D. Latouche and Co., bankers, Dublin; Puget and Co., bankers, London ; the Secretaries, Rev. M. A. Foster, Clifden, and Rev. B. Ellis, Castlebar, Ireland ; at the Offices of the London and Dublin “ Record ” newspapers ; by the Editor of tlie“ Christian Lady’s Magazine,’’ London; the Rev. John Hensman, Clifton; Captain Litchfield, R.A., 12, Lower crescent, Clifton ; and by Charles Pinney, Esq. Camp-house, Clifton ; at Bath, by the Countess Dowager of Roden, the Rev. Messrs. G. Gardiner, M. Brock, and — Straghan ; at Cheltenham, by the Rev. J. Browne, Pitville lawn ; Rev. C. G. Davies, Ciarence-square; and Captain Schreiber, Roden House; by Messrs. Xisbetand Co. 21, Berners-street, London; and at the Office of this Journal, 13, Wellington-street. OR SALE.—ADYOWSON of RADIPOLE CUM MELCOMBE REGIS (commonly called Waymouth), Dorset. The parsonage-house of Melcombe Regis stands on the esplanade ; the character of this place for health, beauties of marine view, and first-rate societv is so well known to the public, that it needs no description. Radipole Parsonage stands about three miles from Waymouth, upon about five acres of glebe, at a delightfully romantic spot, where the river Way or Wey falls into the branch of the sea called the Backwater, by which is a very pleasing sail to Waymouth, Melcombe Regis, Portland, &c. The quiet of this spot forms a decided contrast to Melcombe Regis. About a mile from the parsonage stands the Radipole sulphuretted hydrogen spa pump-room ; for the superior qualities of the waters, see the Philosophical Magazine for August, 1833, ‘‘ Brand’s Tabular View of the Composition of Mineral Waters,” where it will be seen that the Radipole and Harrowgate waters contain nearly the same ingredients ; and Sir Astley Cooper has pronounced the water to be vorvlike the celebrated Aix-la-Chapelle springs. The above advowson is a desirable residence for a social, retired, healthy, or invalid clergyman. There are excellent schools in the neighbourhood. This property will be disposed of by private contract (subject to the interest of the present incumbent, who has attained his 67th year). For particulars, apply to Mr. Joseph Fisher, solicitor, Cleve, Yatton, near Bristol; or Messrs. Guy and Stubbs, land-agents, Hinton St. George, Somersetshire. All letters to be post-paid. Dated 22d June, 1838. OLDEN-SQUARE.—To be SOLD, the LEASE of a commod'ous HOUSE, in perfect repair, replete with every convenience, and fit for the immediate occupation of a family of respectability, and well arranged for the medical profession, or gentlemen in the iaw, having a separate entrance at the back.—For particulars and cards to view, apply to Mr. Pettit, Auctioneer, Brewer-street, Golden-square. T~ OtTie CLERGY and GENTLEMENat the BAR.— OFFORD and CO., late Webb and Co., Robe Makers, 93, Chancery Lane, corner of Carey Street, solicit most respectfully their patronage. £2 0 0 Miss Hume ........ • £0 10 0 5 0 0 Mr. Warren ......... • • 0 10 0 1 0 0 Some members of the con 1 1 0 gregation at Carlisle 1 0 0 Chape], per Rev. J. R. 1 e 0 Page............... « • ó 0 0 0 10 0 Collected by Mrs. Des- 0 10 0 pard ............. Per Record ”___ , , 1 13 1 • . 31 0 0 1 0 0 Per sums collected by 1 0 0 Capt. Litchfield..... 49 2 0 1 0 0 Per same............. 10 2 6 1 0 0 MissMarston ....... 5 0 0 1 0 0 Mrs. Chilvers......... • « « 1 0 0 2 0 0 The Misses Xewman . • • • 2 10 0 6 5 6 At Reading ......... . . . 32 10 0 20 0 0 At Brighton ......... 4 9 6 5 0 0 A friend . ........... « • f 5 0 0 41 18 0 At Lewes............ , # o 0 0 51 10 0 . CTANDARD of ENGLAND LIFE ASSURANCE ^ COMPANY, 8, King William-street, City, and Regent-street, London ; Capital One Million. Directors. The Right Hon. the Earl of Cavan. W. Cory, Esq. William Davis, Esq., Lawrence Dorgan, Esq. William Gunston, Esq. Major-Gen. Christopher Hodgson, E.I.C. J. Cuthbert Joyner, Esq. Henry Law'son, Esq. J. Barrett Lennard, Esq. W. J. Richardson, Esq. Frederick T. West, Esq. George Whitehead, Esq. Much Lower Rates of Premium than those of any other Office ; hence an immediate and certain Bonus is given to the Assured, instead of the remote and contingent advantage, offered by some Companies, of a participation in their profits. Liberal Commissions are allowed to Solicitors and Agents. Ivcreasing Rates of Premium—Twenty Years' Scale. Annual premium for £100 payable during Age' i First Five Years. Second Five Y’ears. £ s. d. £ s. d. 15 0 19 4 1 3 5 25 1 3 6 1 8 7 3.5 1 10 4 1 17 2 45 2 4 6 2 14 8 Third Five Years. 1 Fourth Five Years. Remainder of Life. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. 1 i 11 1 13 1 1 18 10 1 14 5 0 1 4 2 9 7 2 0 Ü 9 15 8 3 8 4 3 t 4 4 3 6 5 4 3 B By Order of the Board of Director», W. WRIGHT, Sec RITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, No. 1, Princes-street, Bank, London. CAPITAL, OXE MILLION. DIRECTORS. Robert Eglinton, Esq. Erasmus Rt, Foster, Esq. Alex. Robert Irvine, Esq. Peter Morrison, Esq. William Shand, jun., Esq. Henry Lewis Smale, Esq. Thomas Teed, Esq. William Bardgett, Esq. Samuel Bevington, Esq. Wm. Fechney Black, Esq. John Briglitman, Esq. George Cohen, Esq, Millis Coventry, Esq. John Drewett, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICERS. John Sims, M.D.    | Ebenezer Smith, Esq., Surgeon. SOLICITOR.—Wm. Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. ADVANTAGES OF THIS INSTITUTION. A most economical set of Tables—computed expressly for the use of this Institution, from authentic and complete data. Increasing Rates of Premium on a new and remarkable plan, for securing loans on debts ; a less immediate payment being required on a Policy for a whole term of life than in any other office. A Board of Directors in attendance daily at Two o’clock. Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. All claims payable within One Month after proof of death. Medical Attendants remunerated, in all cases, for their reports. A liberal Commission allowed to Solicitors and Agents. Premium per Cent, per Annum payable during1 Age First Five’ Second. Third Five Fourth Five Remainder Years. Five Years. Y'ears. Years. of Life. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. '20 1 1 0 1 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 9 2 3 8 3U 16 4' 1 12 2 1 19 1 2 7 4 2 17 e . 4(1 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 6 3 7 3 4 3 4 U) 2 16 7 3 9 4 4 5 5 5 6 3 i 6 13 7 PETER MORRISON, Resident Director, NATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE ASSURA NCE and DEFERRED ANNUITY SOCIETY, No. 2G, Co rullili, London.—Capital, 500,000/. Patron—His Grace the DUKE of SOMERSET, F.R.S. Directors. PUBLICATIONS. T. Lamie Murray, Esq., Chairman Col. Sir Burges Camac, K.C.S. John Elliotson, M.D., F.R.S. C. Farebrother, Esq., Aid. H. Gordon, Esq. Robert Hellond, Esq., M.P. George Lungley, Esq. Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq. John Rawson, Esq. Joseph Thompson, Esq. Physician—J. Elliotson, M.D., F.R.S. Surgeon—E. S. Symes, Esq. Actuary—W. S. B. Woolhouse, Esq., F.R.A.S. By the new principles of Life Assurance in this Society, many essential advantages, besides that of securing a provision for a family, or for old age, are gained by the Assured, and thereby a vastly increased value is given to each Policy effected with the Society. SPECIMEN OF ANNUAL PREMIUMS TO INSURE £100. Age 20. Age 25. Age 30. Age 35. ' Age 40. . Age 45. Age 50. £ s. d. ; £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. ' £ s. d. 1 13 7 1 18 6 2 44 2 10 11 2 18 8 3 9 4,4 4 2 SPECIMENS OF DEFERRED ANNUITIES. BENEFITS. Secured on attaining the age of Sixty-five, by an Annual Premium of 21. 12s. Annuity Cash Policy. £ s. d. .    £ s. d. i    £ s. d. 20 47 10 6    294 11 0 i    4G6 0 0 30 26 15 10    221 0 0 1    261 0 0 40 13 19 9    115 8 0 !    136 G 0 PREMIUMS. option of '£ s. d. 20 0 10 11 30' 0 19 6 40 1 17 3 To secure, on i    £ s. d. attaining the j Annty.. 10 0 0 age of 65, the ¡ Cash... 82 10 0 Policy.. 97 8 G £ s. d. £ s. d. 10 0 10 0 0 0 16 7 I 7 3 11 27 3 11 19 4 10 Also Annuities commencing at any other Age. Prospectuses, detailing the objects of the Society at length, with every variety of Tables, maybe had by application at anvof the Offices. F. FERGUSON CAMROUX, Sec. London and Dublin trades’ bank, 34, GltACECHURCH STREET. Notice is hereby given, that the London and Dublin Trades’ Bank have REMOVED from their late temporary Offices, 47, Skinner-street, Snow-hill, to more spacious and convenient Premises, 34, GRACE-CHURCH-STREF.T, preparatory to the commencement of business, of which due notice will be given. All persons to whom Shares have been allotted, and who have omitted to pay the deposit thereon, are requested to do so forthwith. Attendance Daily, from 9 to 5 o’clock. July 24, 18,38. ONDON and DUBLIN TRADES’ BANK, being the first Bank proposed to be established by Letters Patent, 34, Gracechurch-street, London. CAPITAL, ONE MILLION. In 100,000 Shares of Ten Pounds each. Deposit, One Pound per Share. Provisional Directors. Sir James Douglas Hamilton Hay, Bart. London, Chairman. Captain Sir John Ross, C.B., R.N’., London, Deputy, Chairman. Charles Thompson, Esq. London Thomas Tisdall, Esq. Dublin. Major Calder Campbell, E.I.C.S. C. Hesse, Esq. London. John Spencer, F.sq. Lonilon. Colonel Alexander Findlay, K.H., London. Augustus Warren Payne, Esq., Upton, County Cork Charles Tancred, Esq. London, and Arden Hall, Y'orkshire. Manager,—John Jameson, Esq. Solicitors. John Bell, Esq. London. j John Litton, Esq. Dublin. Secretary—Frederick Edgell, Esq. This BANK is one of DEPOSIT, DISCOUNT, AGENCY, and LOAN, and offers to the public and trading community all the accommodation derivable from similar establishments in London, combined with those peculiar advantages of banking which have hitherto been so successfully carried on in Scotland. Applications for Shares to be made, (if by letter, post-paid) addressed to the Provisional Directors, 34, Gracechurch-street, to John Bell, Esq. Solicitor to the Company, 28, Craven street, Strand, I.ondon, and in Ireland, to John Litton, Esq. Solicitor to the Company, 26, Leeson-street, Dublin; and to Messrs. Labertouche and Stafford", 25, College-green, Dublin; of whom also Prospectuses may be had. By Order of the Board,    FRED. EDGELL, Sec. PUBLICATIONS. NEW WORKS, Printed for LONGMAN, ORME, and CO. THE DOCTRINE of the DELUGE; vindicating the Scriptural Account from the Doubts which have recently been cast upon it by Geological Speculations. By Rev. LEVESON VERNON HARCOURT. 2 vols. 8vo. 36s. cloth. Essays on natural history. By CHARLES WATERTON, Esq. of Walton Hall. With a View of Walton Hall, and Autobiography of the Author. 2d edition, 8s. cloth. “ A delightful little volume. Mr Waterton is evidently one who loues the pursuit of natural history for its own sake.”—Quarterly Review. TMAGERY of FOREIGN TRAVEL; or, Descriptive A Extracts from “ Scenes and Impressions in Egypt and Italy,” “ Sketches in India,” “ Recollections of the Peninsula,” *! Notes and Reflections during a Ramble in Germany.” By Major SHERER. 1 vol. post 8vo. price 9s. 6d. cloth. 4. FLORA MEDICA; or, a Botanical Account of all the most remarkable Plants applied to Medical Practice in Great Britain and other Countries. By JOHN LINDLEY, Ph. D., F.R.S., &c. Professor of Botany in the London University College. 1 vol. Svo. price 18s. cloth. AN INTRODUCTION to GEOLOGY; intended to convey a Practical Knowledge of tha Science, and comprising the most important recent Discoveries. By ROBERT BAKEWELL. 5th edition, considerably enlarged from the 4th edition, and.with new Sections and Cuts, price One Guinea, cloth lettered. THE EDINBURGH RE VI E W, No. 136. Contents: I. M. Comte’s Course of Positive Philosophy.—II. Sim-rock’s Traditions of the Rhine.—III. Sir John Barrow’s Lifeof Admiral Lord Howe.—IV. Lady Blessington’s Novels.—V. M. Guizot on European Civilization.—VI. Waagen’s Works of Art and Artists in England.—VII. Mr. Plumer Ward on the Revolution, 1G88.—VIII. Lord Chatham’s Correspondence—his Character as a Statesman and Orator.—IX. Sir Edward Coke and his Contemporaries.—X. Lives and Doctrines of Whitfield and Froude—Oxford Catholicism.—XI. Chateaubriand on the Congress of Verona—Character of Prince Talleyrand. —Addendum to the article on George IV. and Queen Caroline, in No. 135. *** The Second Edition of No. 135 is now ready. M On Tuesday, July 31, price 2s. 6d., No. G of the ONTHLY CHRONIC Principal Articles. L E. Lord Brougham’s Speeches The present Comet Zicci: a Tale (continued) Speed on Railways Duke of Wellington The Deaf and Dumb Announcement of a New Grand Acceleration Company, for the Promotion of the Speed of Literature Floral Fetes &c., &c. London ; LONGMAN, ORME, & CO. Just published, price 3d., CCORONATION SERMON, preached at Stokesley, J before the Societies of Ancient Foresters, Odd Fellows, and Flax Dressers, and the general assemblage of the Inhabitants of that Town, attending in procession in honour of her Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, June 28, 1838. By the Rev. CHAS. CATOR, M.A. London: RIVINGTONS, St. Paul’s Church-yard, and Waterloo-place, Pall-mall; and W. Braithwaite, Kendall. Just published, price Is. 6d., TNSTRUCTIONS for the RELIEF of the SICK J- POOR, in some Diseases of Frequent Occurrence. Addressed to a Parochial Clergyman, residing at a distance from Professional Aid. By the Late RICHARD PEARSON, M.D.,' of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and formerly Physician to the General Hospital, Birmingham, author of A Practical Synopsis of the Materia Alimentaria, and Materia Medica,” “Thesaurus Medicaminum,” See. &c. &c. Third Edition, by his Son, the Rev. RICHARD PEARSON, M.A., of St. John’s College, Oxford. Printed for J. G. and F. RIVINGTON, St. Paul’s Churchyard, and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. Just published, in 8vo., price 3s. 6d., CANCER EXTIRPATED WITHOUT the KNIFE; being a new, mild, and efficacious mode of treating Scirrhous and Glandular Diseases. By T. BALTYE, M.R.C.S., 13, Golden-square. London: JOHN PRIESTLEY, 47, High Holborn._ HITTAKER’S SERIES of FRENCH CLASSIC AUTHORS, Printed by Whittingham, in royal 24mo., with Frontispieces and Vignettes. “ Beautifully printed and prettily ornamented, the present graceful little tomes only require a morocco or russian dress, to deserve a place in every rosewood bookcase. The engravings are very beautiful.”— Literary Gazette. PAUL et VIRGINIE. Par St. PIERRE. 2s. 6d. ELISABETH; ou, les Exiles en Siberie. Par Madame COTTIN. 2s. 6d. HISTOIRE de CHARLES XII. Par VOLTAIRE. 4s. 6d. BELISAIRE. Par MARMONTEL. 3s. Les AVENTURES de TELEMAQUE. Par FENELON. 5s. ATALA. Par CHATEAUBRIAND. La CHAUMIERE IN-DIENNE. Par St. PIERRE. 3s. NUMA POMPILIUS, Second Roi de Rome. Par FLORIAN. 4s. 6d. La HENRTADE, Poemr. Par VOLTAIRE. 3s. ESTELLE, Pastorale. Par FLORIAN. 2s. 6d. Les INCAS; ou, la Destruction de l’Empire du Perou, Par MARMONTEL. 5s. GONZALVE de CORDOUE ; ou, Grenade Reconquise. Par FLORIAN. 5s. GUILLAUME TELL ; or, la Suisse Libre. Et ELIEZER NEPHT-HALL. Par FLORIAN. 3s. HISTOIRE de GIL BLAS de SANTILLANE. Par LE SAGE. Deux Tom., 10s. ABREGE des VIES des ANCIENS PHILOSOPHES. Par FENELON. 4s. HISTOIRE de ¡’EMPIRE de RUSSIE sous PIERRE le GRAND. Par VOLTAIRE. 5s. These elegant editions may be had in various bindings. London: WHITTAKER and CO., Ave Maria-lane. On the 31st of July will be published, price Is. 6d , and containing as much matter as the Half-crown Magazines, No. 1 of HERWOOD’S MONTHLY MISCELLANY. Contents s I.    The Fatal Affection. A Tale of the French Revolution. By G. W. M. Reynolds. (With an Illustration by Alfred Crowquill.) II.    Publishing and Authorship. III.    The Stranger. A Poem, in two Cantos. IV.    Jupiter audDanäe. A Tale. By Alfred Crowquill. (With an Illustration by himself.) V.    Notes and Gleanings. No. I. VI.    Marshal Soult and the “• Quarterly Review.” By G. W. M. Reynolds. VII.    The Scottish Warrior. A Poem. VIZI. The Nassau Balloon; ora Sketch from the Clouds. By B.B. IX.    The Monk. A Tale. X.    Reviews of New Books, Theatricals, Science and the Societies, Literarvlntelligence, Fine Arts,&c London : Published at the Office, No. 1, Exeter-street, Strand. HREE SERMONS, Addressed to Young Children. By A LADY. Printed for the Bazaar, Patronised by Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, in Aid of the Adelaide Institution at Southampton. Second Edition. London : XV. WRIGHT, GO, Pall Mall. This day is published, by JAMES BURNS, 17, Portinan-street, Port-man-square, 12mo., 4s. cloth, SERMONS on the Temptation of Christ in the Wilderness. By the Rev. EDWARD SCOBELL, M.A., Incumbent of St. Peter’s, Vere-street ; and Evening<Lecturer at Marylebone Church. LADY’S BOOK OF HORSEMANSHIP. This day is published, price 4s. fcap. 8vo., fancy binding, gilt, THE YOUNG LADY’S EQUESTRIAN MANUAL ; a complete Book of Instruction for Ladies in the Art of Riding on Horseback, with an Historical Introduction, and Sixty Picturesque and Practical Illustrations. London : WHITEHEAD and CO., 7G, Fleet-street. MIDSUMMER PRESENTS. Just published, price 5s., in an ornamental binding, PARLOUR MAGIC :—a Juvenile Manual of novel and amusing Phenomena and Scientific Recreations for the Family Circle, expressly calculated to enable the ingenious YTouth to ■entertain his Friends, and, at the same time, to improve himself. "With numerous illustrative Engravings on wood. Also, New Editions of The BOY’S OWN BOOK, price 8s. fid. ornamental boards, 10s. Gd. .morocco:—The YOUNG LADY’S BOOK, price 21s. silk .'—FLOWERS of FABLE, price 4s. embossed cloth. London: WHITEHEAD and CO., 76, Fleet-street. SHAKSPEARE, BEAUMONT and FLETCHER, and BEN JONSOX-Just published, in one volume, illustrated by a Portrait and Vignette, price 20s. cloth, rrHE DRAMATIC WORKS of WILLIAM SHAK- -I- SPEARE, with REMARKS on his LIFE and WRITINGS, by THOMAS CAMPBELL, Esq. Nearly ready, in one volume, The DRAMATIC WORKS of BEAUMONT and FLETCHER, with ac Introduction by ROBERT SOUTHEY, Esq., LL.D. Also, in one volurhe, The WORKS of BEN JONSON, with a MEMOIR by BARRY CORNWALL. London: EDWARD. MOXOX", Dover-street. Just published, THE BRITISH and FOREIGN • REVIEW ; or, EUROPEAN QUARTERLY JOURNAL, No. XIII., contains :— I. The Spirit of Architecture.—II. Mr. Bulwer’s Athens.—III. The City of the Sultan.— IV. Remedial Measures for Ireland, State Labour. —V: The English Historical Society.—VI. The Canadas.—VII.—The Queen’s Court and Household.—VIII.—The Custody of Infants. R. and J. E. TAVLOR, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street. FRAMPTON ON LIFE ASSURANCE. Just published, in 8vo. price Is., AN ACCOUNT of the MUTUAL LIFE Assurance SOCIETY : with Remarks on the subject of Life Assurance generally. By ALGERNON FRAMPTON, Jun., M. D. Cantab. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, See. London: SMITH, ELDER, and CO., Cornliill. Ninth Edition, enlarged, with an Illustrative Plate, price (is., neatlj7 bound in cloth ; or 9s. elegantly bound in moroccn, THE RECTORY of V A L E H E A D. By the Rev. R. W. EVANS, M.A. “Universally and cordially do we recommend this delightful volume. Impressed with the genuine spirit of Christianity ; a diary, as it were, of the feelings, hopes, and sorrows of a family ; it comes home to all, either in sympathy or example, it is a beautiful picture of a religiou s household, influencing to excellence all within its sphere. We believe on person could read this work and not be the better for its pious and touching lessons. It is a page taken from the book of life, and eloquent with all the instruction of an excellent pattern ; it is a commentary on the affectionate warning, ‘ Remember thy Creator in the days of" thy youth.’—We have not, for some time, seen a work we could so deservedly praise, or so conscientiously recommend.”—• Literary Gazette. “ This little volume is so infinitely superior to the general run of publications of its class, that we would strongly recommend it as every way calculated to form an appropriate and valuable present upon all occasions.”—Herald. London: SMITH, ELDER, and CO., Cornliill. Ij'OURTH EDITION of Mr. STEVENSON’S POPULAR WORK on CATARACT, price 3s. in cloth boards. This Edition—besides the fullest information on the nature and symptoms of Cataract, and a candid statement of the comparative safety, danger, and respective‘merits and defects of the various modes of removing it—contains a familiar description of its extirpation, at any stage pf the disease or period .of. life, by an operation devised and matured by the Author, sanctioned . by the first medical authorities, and adopted at the “ Royal infirmary for Cataract,” and in his private practice to the greatest extent and with the most signal success, the performance of which gives little or no pain, occupies onlv about a minute, and restores sight to the highest attainable perfection, without leaving any mark or disfigurement in the affected organ. “The publication of this work will form an era in the annals of ophthalmic surgery.”—Edinburgh Journal of Medical Science. By JOHN STE’VENSON, Esq., M.R.C.S. ; Surgeon-Oculist and Aur’ist to his late Majesty, and the King of the Belgians ; Author of a popular Treatise on “ DEAFNESS, its causes, prevention and cure.” Third Edition, price 3s. in boards; and Lecturer on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology of the Eye and Ear. Published by S. HIGHLEY, 32, Fleet-stfeet, in aid of the Royal Infirmary, particulars of which may be .had at the residence of the Author, 38, Conduit-street, Hanover-square. This day is published, THE CHURCH of ENGLAND MAGAZINE, Part XXVII. for AUGUST. It contains Original Essays and Sermons, by the Rev. George Townsend, Rev. J. N. Pearsons, Rev. T. Scott, Rev. T. Bissland, Rev. P. P.Gilbert, Rev. E. Peacock, Rev. T. P. Hutton, Rev. J. R. Hall ; Mohammedism, Nos. I. aid II.; Life of the Rev. Philip Skelton ; Sabbath among the Jews; Stray Papers, No. II ; Account of the Formation of'the English Congregation at Rome, by the Rev. Richard Burgess, [B.D., Rector of Upper Chelsea; the Church and its Corruptors in the Apostolic Age, No. I., by the same; Recollections of a Country Pastor, No. XIV. ; the Communion of the Sick ; the Christian Mother, No. II. ; Astronomy, Nos. IX. and X., by the Rev. H. Moseley ; Man’s Superiority over other Creatures, by C. M. Burnett, Esq. ; Sunday Reflections, No. X. ; Poetry, Church Intelligence, Extracts, See., See. Each Part contains eighty pages, imperial 8vo., price 8d. The Contributions are by Bishops and Clergy of the Church. London: JAMES BURNS, 17, Portman-street ; W. Edwards, 12, Ave Maria Lane. ’>* Vol. IV. is just published, price Es. HURCH RATES.—A REPLY to the Article on Church Rates in the EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. CXXXIV. By the Rev. WILLIAM GOODE, M.A., Rector of St. Antholin. Reprinted from the British Magazine. Price Is. Also by the same Author, A BRIEF HISTORY of CHURCH-RATES, proving the liability of a parish to them to be a common-law liability. Second Edition, considerably enlarged. Price 3s. “Very valuable____We strongly recommend the work to our readers.”—Brit. Crit., and Quart. Theolog. Rev. “ Mr. G . has handled this snbject in a masterly manner, and proved the ‘ common-law liability of the parish ’ to the payment of Church-rates triumphantly.’’ —Church of England Gazette. “ Much legal learning may be seen in almost every page of this book, proving the liability of a parish to Church-rates to be a common-law liability, and fully controverting the statements in Sir John Campbell’s letter. We would especially recommend this ample performance to the notice of the Clergv, and or the Church in general.”—Church of England Quart. Review. HATCHARD and SON, 187, Piccadilly. SIR WILLIAM COURTNAY, alias JOHN THOMS- —Madame TUSSAUD and SONS beg to announce, that in con-seauence of the unusual interest attached to this singular Character, they have added to their Collection a FULL-LENGTH FIGURE, taken from materials collected on the spot, and from having had a persona] knowledge of him at Canterbury. The figure is represented in the splendid Crimson Dress in which he made so conspicuous a »t    . * _____—. 1, t « 1 ? 1 a <-« « s-\ v*\ r-    n /I    T-\ Af W    i-iiiVI o’clock. Brilliantly illuminated at 8.—Madame Tussaud’s Memoirs are just published.    ______ ATCHES, with MASSEY’S PATENT DE- TACHED LEVER, universally recommended and acknowledged to be the most accurate and cheap principle on which a watch can be made, to be had, capped, jewelled, hard dial, hand to mark the seconds, going fusee, to continue going whilst wound up, in strong double-bottomed silver cases, warranted at 6/. Gs. Gentlemen’s Lever Watches, similar to the above, in £ s. d. strong gold cases............16 16' 0 Ladies’ Watches, very fine jewelled movements, gold dial, and gold cases ..........990 Vertical Watchcs, fine jewelled movements, strong silver cases    .. •• .. •• •• .. 3 10 0 Massey’s Patent Royal seconds Watches (the lever principle) particularly adapted for nautical men, andstronglylrecommended toJtheMedical profession. Watches of every description repaired by practical and experienced Workmen. Massev’s Patent PERPETUAL LOG and SOUNDING MACHINE, for the' preservation of Shipping, universally adopted in A quantity of second-hand Watches on Sale, at very low prices. MASSEY &■ WINDHAM, No. 4, Birchin-lane. & 78, Cornliill, London« TV-EWSPAPERS by the NEW MORNING MAILS. ’ All the Morning Newspapers sent regularly at half-past Seven, every Morning, free or postage, to the under-mentioned places, and to all parts of Ireland. Brighton, Birmingham, Berkhampstead, Bolton, Bradford, Yorkshire, Coventry, Craneley, Cuekfield, Daventry, Dunchurch, Fenny Stratford. HallfaV. tlpmpl ITpnniiormrl T    - T    TJ    rrl 42s. 4Ss. 46s. 52s. 52s. French and Rhenish Wines. White Sparkling Champagne 60s. Pink ditto ditto .. .. 72s. Pinkcreaming Champagne 72s. White ditto ditto .. .. 72s. Claret......60s. to 63s. Ditto, in pints .. .. 33s. Moselle . . .. . . 48s. Sauterne ., .. 48s. to 60s. Hock......43s. to 60s. Wines per Gallon. Quantities retained for Home Consumption, after deducting the Amount, exported subsequently to the Payment of Duty, in the United Kingdom. Years ending 5th January. 1S36. 1837. 1833. Cape............................ French.......................... Gallons. I 522,941 Ì 271,661 ! Gallons. 511,511 352.0G3 2,873,359 Gallon s. 500,727 440,322 2,573,157 Madeira ................ Rhenish ................ Canary.................. Fayal.................... Sicilian and other Sorts .. ........ 139,422 ! 48,696 j 50,956 1,906 324,549 2,388,413 133,673 59.454 51,128 1,456 403,155 2,297,070 119,873 44,807 41,282 332 373,458 tuiai........ ........ 6,420,342 6,809,212 6,391,560 It will be seen by this return that while the total consumption o Wine ha3 remained nearlv sfationarv, that of    Wine has steadik- and progressively increased, the year enaing 5th January,    show ing the enormous increase of 62 per cent, over that ending 5h January, 1836 ; this (large increase is chiefly attributable to Masdeu, as is fully proved by the Custom-house reports, and shews, beyond a doubt, that this Wine is well adapted both to the palate and constitution of English consumers : it must also be borne in mind that this increase hasT taken place notwithstanding Masdeu has never yet (except to a very small extent) being introduced in that ripe and matured state which age in bottle can alone impart, for Masdeu, like all other red wines, requires age, both in wood and bottle, to render it perfect and fit for the table. With this view the Proprietor;, of the Gray’s-inn Wine Establishment (anticipating these results from the intrinsic quality of the V>ine) caused 2,500 dozen to be put in bottle in the year lf35, and have since annually increased their stock, so that they might be in the same i Wine. U is’now in brilliant condition^ with a firm tcrust ; 'may be moved aLmimii/ iijt-icaswu vnwi    v*.-*—-    ----n — position with this as with the other Wines in which they deal, enabled to keep up a constant supply of matured and old bottied ’W _. t is nowin brilliant condition, with a firm crust ; ma> be mo^ec. without the slightest injury ; and the nobility and Puhln- in    ~ respectfully invited to pass their judgment on it at the wults oi E 3 tciblisfalTlCn t.    t . . T.iiSAnintr T h P The Proprietors regret the necessity of again.ca.uli S P and the country wine-merchant» again=t \ariou which have been in many instances surreptitiously imposed_upon the nts, an ’ to which mtj    ----------- -    . Wine produced.ih Figueira has to the highest quality .)! the vinej are.s the genuine Masdeu, Country orders must contain remittances or of the Alto Douro. Cash prices as under, references in London^    ^ pgr dozen_ Bottles_ 2s_ p(;r dozen. "i" i wst r Ditto, two years in bottle .................................. Ditto, three vears in bottle...................... ......; ‘ HENEKEY and COMPANY, 23, High Holborn, London. Note to the Trade.—The market price may be known on application. Warrington, Watford, Wolverhampton. All the London newspapers and price currents sent (free of postage) to every part of the United Kingdom, Gibraltar, Malta, Ionian Islands, France, spain, Greece, Denmark, Hamburg, British West Indies, Canada, &c.—and at a verv small postage to Italy, Portugal, and other Foreign parts. From Wm. DAWSON’S General Newspaper-office. 74, Cannon-street, City, London. "D AMSE Y’S PATENT VOLT! SUBITO prevents delay and uncertainty in turning over the leaves of Music. It is patronised by lier Majesty and the Royal Family, and approved by eminent Musical Professors. It mav be had of all Music Sellers, and of the Manufacturer, J. F. Myers, 23a, Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, Patentee of the JEolophon, upon which|favourite instrument a selection of popular Music is performed every Wednesday and Saturday, commencing at 3 o’clock. Admission gratis. ENVELOPES 2s. 3d. p^r hundred, or 21s. per thousand ; Envelopes black-bordered, for mourning, 6s. per hundred, or 50s. per 1000, warranted of the best paper; an extensive and elegant assortment of envelope cases, filled with envelopes,from 8s. 6d. ; name-plate elegantly engraved, and 100 of superfine cards printed, for 5s. ; writing papers of every description at wholesale pric83 ; superfine Bath post 9s. 6d. per ream, or 6d. per quire, not outsides; note ditto, 6s. per ream, or 4d. per quire ; travelling writing cases, dispatch boxes, Wellington cases, inrussia and other leather, from 15s. 6d. Blotting books at Is. 6d. ; ditto, with locks 4s. fid. The most choice selection of bibles and prayer books in London. The whole of the above articles 20 per cent, under any house in London.—To be had at STOCKE S’S, 53, Quadrant, Regent-street.—Country Orders punctually attended to. RHODES and Co. beg to inform their friends and the public, they have opened the old-established and noted CIDER CELLARS, Maiden-lane : having fitted them up, regardless of expense, for the accommodation of their friends, they hope to be favoured with their patronage. Singing every evening in the Grand Room, at 11. N.B.—Convivial Meetings as usual at the Coal Hole Tavern, Strand, every evening at 9. O CONNOISSEURS of WINE.—J. BRANDON and Co., of No. 41, KEPPEL STREET, RUSSELL SQUARE, beg to inform their friends and the public, that they have had consigned to them a parcel cf the celebrated V1NO-DI-PICHENZA (first time imported in this Country), being a most delicious and beautiful Wine, comprising all the delicacy of Burgundy and Hermitage, without the acidity so generally complained of. Where also may be had genuine Foreign Wines and Liqueurs, Guiness's Dublin Stout, Ales, Cyder, &c., ia prime condition. PARKLIXG CHAMPAGNE.-WILLIAM WALKER, highly estimating the patronage which the Public has long given to his manufacture of Champagne (entirely from French grapes), begs most respectfully to announce that he lias, at the present time, a very large STOCK of that excellent WINE, the quality and condition of which make it difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish it from the first class of Champagne made in France, which may be had, with other Wines of excellent quality, especially Ginger, which is universally recommended by the Faculty, as an excellent stomachic, at his Warehouse, 5, Farriugdon-street, and at most of the respectable dealers in British Wines in town and country. THE TURK’S HEAD COFFEE HOUSE AND HOTEL, 142, Strand, London J WRIGHT most respectfully informs the Public • that the above Coffee House and Hotel is new completed, and ready for the reception of Gentlemen and Families. These premises have been rebuilt and furnished at a very considerable expense, with a view of affording superior accommodation in the various departments of the business. The Coffee Room, which is spacious, will be amply supplied with the London journals, foreign and provincial papers, and other publications of the day. The Stock of Wines is extensive, and embraces the finest varieties from the most favoured districts of Spain, Portugal, &c. The Private Sitting Rooms are elegantly fitted up, the Bed Rooms lofty and quiet, the Beds superior, and from the central situation of the establishment, and contiguity to the theatres, will, it is presumed, be found a comfortable home for Gentlemen and Families visiting the Metropolis. The Culinary department will be conducted by experienced persons. Hot and Cold Baths on tue most approved principles cuustamly ready. J. W. hopes to be honoured with the patronage of his Friends, to whose comfort his best and sole attention will be devoted. Turtle and other Soups in the highest perfection forwarded to anv part of the Kingdom at lowest possible prices for cash, or on references being given in London. ROSBY-HALL WINE ESTABLISHMENT, 3G, Bishopsgate-street Within—CURRALL and SON beg to invite public notice to their stock of OLD BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT WIXrES. Their Crusted PORTS are of a superior quality and flavour, being shipped by houses of high reputation at Oporto, and bottb d with sedulous attention. Their SHERRIES also, with every other description of White Wines, are of equal character; and in draught Wines the same attention has been paid to quality. Currall and Son. being desirous to secure that patronage which articles of the first quality, at fair arrd remunerating profits, will maintain, respectfully submit the annexed list of cash prices :— Per Doz.    Per Doz. Port from the wood 28s. to 33s. Vidonia, old .. .. 30i Ditto, 3 years in bottle .. 36s. Marsala ., ., ., 24s Ditto, older, rich and superior 42s. Rota Tent .. .. .. 42s Ditto, very old, in wood and    Cape Wines.. .. 16s. to20s. Bottle .. .. . .40s. to 43s. Masdeu .. ., .. 28s. Ditto, in pints .. .. 24s. Sherry, excellent dinner wine 28s. Superior Sherries .. .. 36s. Sherry, very fine, pale and brown Ditto, high flavoured pale Ditto, choire old brown .. Ditto, very delicate and extremely pale Ditto, old brown, rare quality Ditto in pints, pale and brown .. .. 21s. to 24s. Port......12s. to 14s Madeira .. .. .. 3Ss. Sherry. ., .. 13s. to 15s. Madeira,by way ofCalcutta,    Cape...... 7s. to 8s first quality .. 63s. to 66s. Marsala .. .. .. lis. Ditto, in pints .. .. 33s. Marsala, finesi imported, Bucellas, finest quality .. 35s. per quarter pipe .. £11 11s. Lisbon and Mountain .. 30 s. , Bottles, 3s. per dozen ; hampers, Is. per dozen. OLD CRUSTED MASDEU.—It is now five years since the Proprietors of the GRAY’’S-INN WINE ESTABLISHMENT commenced their operations on this WINE, and it will be remembered that two years ago they introduced it to the public as well worthy, both in quality and price, to take its stand among those in general consumption in this country; they detailed at length their knowledge of its quality, and the practical experience upon which their judgment was formed: they showed that the heavy and unequal taxation created by the Methuen Treaty, of 1703, had amounted to a prohibition of many of the Wines in France; but the English government having, in 1831, equalized the duties on French and Portugal Wines, they "expressed their conviction, that a wide field was opened for capital and exertion to compete with the hitherto more favoured vineyards of the Peninsula. The success which has attended that competition will be best seen by the undermentioned Parliamentary Return, showing the net consumption of the United Kingdom. No. 369.—Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 7th May, 1838. HUNTING OR RIDING.—Gentlemen accustomed to ride, or inclined to corpulency, are recommended to wear the newly-invented SPRING DRAWERS ; are well adapted to support the abdomen, check increase of bulk, and prevent rupture, superseding the necessity of a common belt. Made only by the Inventor, S. K. SAI. A-MAX, Tailor and Breeches Maker, 19, Charing-cross, two doors from Craig’s court. Riding Trowsers and Hunting Breeches cut upon an improved system, which renders them very agreeable, with or without braces. OW~ E R FUL M~U s ÏC A L ~BCTxlfs, in wood cases, twelve inches long, by five inches wide, each playing Four Airs, with the mechanism finished in a very superior manner, are offered for Five Guineas each. Also a few of the same description, with Six Airs, price Seven Guineas each, at T. COX SAVORY’S, Working Silversmith, Goldsmith, and Watchmaker, 47, Cornhill, London. X’.B.—The small musical boxes,three inches and a half long, continue selling in tin cases, price 19s, each, or in composition shell cases, at 25s, each "IYT AG NIFIC E N T FURNITURE, SILKS CHIX’TZES.—JACKSOX and GRAHAM invite the attention of Noblemen and Gentlemen of taste to their unrivalled choice of rich FURNITURE SILKS, comprising the most superb tissues, brocades, and damasks, for panelling and hanging rooms, new and splendid chintzes, embroidered cloth for dining room and library curtains, tabarets, tournays, mohair and merim damasks, handsome gilt cornices and fringe valances, with every novelty in upholstery, at the most moderate prices.—Jackson and Graham, Upholsterers, Furniture Printers, and Manufacturers, S7 and 38, Oxford-street. ROADWOOD’s PIANOFORTES.—To those per- sons who are about purchasing Pianofortes, Mr.{J. BROWN*? can with confidence recommend his STOCK for inspection, as it consists of genuine instruments manufactured by the Messrs. Broadwoods, makers to the Queen and the royal family. Amongst an extensive assortment of every description of pianofortes a number of good secondhand instruments will be found peculiarly adapted for foreign climates. Pianofortes selected from the manufactory as usual, and old-instru. ments bought or taken in exchange.—27, Soho-square, comer of Greek-street. RIDDLE’S UNIVERSAL PEN-HOLDER, a • vast improvement over all others, and unquestionably the best we have ever seen. G. Riddle’s Revolving-top Inkstand, a really good portable or desk inkstand at a moderate cost ; and G. Riddle’s Coronet and Diadem Fountain Inkstands, the most elegant inkstand in use.— May be had of all the usual venders of G. Riddle’s (original) Patent ever-pointed Pencils, pure Cumberland Leads, Cedar, Drawing, ami Writing Pencils, &c., in town and country. ULLER’S FREEZING M ACHI N E, by which from one to four different ICES can be made in a few minutes, and repeated as often as required. The Freezing Apparatus, by which a Cream or Water Ice can be made by artincial process. Ai=o the Ice Preserver, in which rough ice can be kept tiiree weeks in the warmest season, to prevent the necessity of opening the ice-house ex cept occasionally. Ice Pails, Champagne Cases, Water Cooiers, Butter Coolers, &e., See. FULLER’S SPARE BED AIREPl. This vessel is constructed upon philosophical principles, and will retain its heat with once filling for sixty hours. The above articles of scientific discovery may be seen only at the Manufactory, Jermyn-street, six doors from St. James’s-street. NEARLY Forty Years Established, No. 4, BLOOMSBURY-SqVaRE (Holbobn Side).— observe. Parlour Windows. Xo Shop Front. — IRISH SHIRTIXG CLOTH, made, without any admixture, from pure Flax. Sold in any quantity Whole pieces at the Factor’s ■ prices, cheaper than any other house, being manufactured from the best material. The purchase-money will be returned should anv fault appear. IRISH, EXGLISH, SCOTCH, and RUSSIA SHEETING, of all widths and prices. Household and Table Linen. Families furnishing will find it much to their interest to apply to this Establishment. Bank of Ireland Xotes taken in payment, or discounted. Country and Town Orders punctually attended to, by-,* JOHN DONOVAN, Xo. 4. Bloomsbury-square. N.B. No connexion with any other house. CORONATION CHAMPION MEDAL. CORONATION MEDALS.—T. EMMETT respectfully solicits the attention of the Xobility. Gentry, and the Public, to his NEW SET of beautiful MEoALS, which he has just completed in honour of Her Most Gracious Majesty's Coronation, in Silver, Bronze, and an improved White Metal, executed by the very first Artists in the Kingdom, and are ackn»wledged by all who have seen them, to be most faithful likenesses. He also begs to call their attention to his new Champion Medal, just completed, the most spirited ever published.—27, Holborn-hill.—Merchants and the Trade supplied WHOLESOME SUMMER BEVERAGE.— The Fruit Season having commenced. J. T. BETTS and CO., feel that they will not be considered obtrusive in again calling the attention of the Public to their PATENT BRANDY, and to the necessity of acting upon the advice of the Faculty in the substitution of weak Brandy and Water, as an ordinary beverage, for Beer or other fermentable liquors. The cost of this salutary beverage will not exceed that of good malt liquor, while its peculiarly wholesome properties are exclusively guarded by patent right, and by the testimonials of many eminent chemists after a searching analysis. These certificates have been frequently submitted to public notice since its introduction in 1829, and from its established reputation, and general adoption by ail ranks and classes, the patentees are only anxious that the public should bear in mind that their sole Establishment is the Distillery, Xo. 7, Smithfield-bars, leading to St. John-street, where the Patent Brandy may be had either pale or coloured, in quantities not less than Two Gallons, at ISs. per imperial gallon, for cash on delivery. A liberal discount to the trade. ICK CLOTHS WITH POLES COMPLETE, MARQUEES. SPLEXDID BAXQUET AXD BALL ROOMS, FLAGS. &c.—EDGINGTON and CO., Xo. 17, Smithneid- bars, and Old Kent-road, respectfully inform the Nobility, Gentry, ie., that they have now on Sale or Hire an extensive Stock of Rick Cloths, Marquees, and Tents of ail dimensions, admirably adapted for F ¿tes, Horticultural and Archery Societies, Cricket Clubs, Public Dinners, Fancy Sales, 5cc. Bunting and Netting for Gardens, 5cc. N.B.—Several thousand yards of Canvas and a quantity of Marquees, used only at the Coronation Fetes, to be Sold at very reduced prices. HE POCKET APERITIVE FOUNTAIN.— WM. PINE respectfully informs the Xobility and the Public, that he supplies this elegant apparatus under the immediate direction of Dr. Scott, who has constructed it for the convenience of persons who use Lavements ; and to induce allwho are subject to Confinement of the Bowels, to abandon the' interminable habit of taking opening medicine. Previously to the application of a Lavement, it is generally desirable to convey it from the bed-chamber, which the Aperitive Fountain affords the convenience of doing unnoticed, as it may br carried in the pocket, without any escape of its contents. It gives no trouble in its use ; does not even require to be held ; acts by the effort merely of a.finger and thumb; and by a double action movement affords, a security against the introduction of air’ — Apply to W. P., Superintendent of Scott’s Medical Repository, 36£>, Stiand, three doors from Exeter Hall, TEETH. — Important to the Public. — Monsieur MALLAX and SON, Surgeon-Dentists, 32, Great Russell street, Bloomsbury, and 16, Princes-street, Hanovtr-square, respectfully acquaint their friends and the public that, in consequence of their improvements in the mechanical department of Dentistry, they are enabled to reduce their Charge to the following scale : A Single Artificial Tooth .. ., .. .. .. £0 10 0 A Set .. .. .. .. .. .,    ..550 A set of Natural Teeth, on fine gold plate .. .. 15 0 0 A set of Messrs. Malian’s Incorrodible Teeth, highly- finished in the first style, with fine gold sockets ..20 0 0 All teeth supplied by Messrs, M. are fixed without wires or ligatures, extracting the stumps, or causing any incumbrance, and guaranteed to answer every purpose of mastication and articulation. They continue to fill decayed Teeth with their Mineral Succedaneum (of which they are sole inventors). Loose Teeth fastened, whether arising from age, the use of Calomel, or any other cause. Scurvy in the Guns effectually cured and prevented. 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury. 6, Princes-street, Hanover-square._ ~T DELCROIX and CO., Perfumers to Her Majesty t) • Queen Victoria, ¿cc. &c. Xo. 158, New Bond-street, opposit» Steven's Hotel. The great superiority of J. Delcroix and Co.'s Perfumery has been so incontrovertibly established by the distinguished patronage of her Majesty Queen Victoria, the Queen Dowager, the various members of the Royal Family, and by the Xobility and Gentry generally, as to render it unnecessary for J. Delcroix and Co. to do more than enumerate their leading articles, viz. :—Bouquet de ia Reine Victoria, a new perfume, prepared specially for her Majesty.— His late Majesty George the Fourth’s perfume, Bouquet du Roi, prepared expressly for that Sovereign.—Esprit de Lavande aux Millefleurs. so universally admired in every quarter of the habitable globe.—Dei-croix's Vegetable Extract, for cleansing the Hair, See.—Pommade Régénératrice, for the growth and preservation of the Hak.—Vegetable i^?iciuiIasec5éie6ratTd"Poudre’ Unique,'>for Dyeing the Hair, ¿cc. _Pate D' A.mande a la Reine, so justly esteemed lor its healing an,. softening quality.—The True Opiate of the Circassian Ladies, for uy? preservation and embellishment of the Teeth—To names Poudre aur-tile, for removing superfluous hair.—Delcroix s Antiscorbutic and. Anti-scorbutic Tooth Powder, for preserving toe Tee^i an. hums from decav, and curing the Tooth-ache.—To Gentlemen * or tr.e comfortof eaiv Shaving J. D. and Co. can, with every satisfaction, recommend their Vegetable Polish Soap Paste, and Pasro del Casmgna. —Almond Oil Soap” for Rough or Chapped Hands, and tor witemng and improving the Skin.—Also Farina's Genuine Eau de U1 gu. _ Eau Aromatique—Real Swiss Arquebuside, and all otner Articles or Perfumery of the verv best description.-J. Delcroix ana Co. respectfully request that attention be particularly paid to tne Acaress upon their Labels—Xo. 158. Xew Bond-street. No others can be warranted Genuine^______________ 11Ü.MFOKT FOR TENDER FEE T, See.— HALL & Co.. Wellington-streer, Strand, Patentees tor t:ie LEATHER-CLOTH, or PAXNUS CORIUM, Boots and Shoes, the softest and most comfortable ever invented; they resemble the fines: leather, and never draw the feet. Persons subject to corn rheumatism, gout, or who suffer from tender f cause, will find immediate relief in wearing the well adapted for warm climates, being more rfexio than anv other kind of shoes. HALL Sc Co.’s PATENT INDIA RUBBER GOi.OsHEa are tne lightest, most useful, and economical art:c:e oi the tdnd ever m\ented for keeping the feet drv. Their WATERPROOF DRESSES for ladies and gentlemen deserve particular notice. They are so portaole, that the whole suit may be carried in the pocket or reticule. Gentlemen's dresses, comprising caoe. overalls, and hood, -Is.; ladies’ cardinal cloaks, with hoorts, from 18s. The gmtiemen's dresses are invaluable to anglers. ^ X.B. Ladies and ¿entlemen at a distance^ may be fitted with shoes and goloshes bv sending a shoe, and the uresses by lorwarding t:\e height of the figure. HALL & Co.. Wellington-street. strand. I.or.doi . ounions, eet from any other *e shoes. They are :e and more durable ;
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