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The Northampton Mercury

13/04/1805

Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Date of Article: 13/04/1805
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mm ortfmmiitott vt urf Vol. LXXXV. < i Ready Money is expected ) No. 6. ( with Advertisements. SATURDAY, April 13, 1805. PRICE SIXPENCE, J - ? 4< j- ( Paper and Print ' 2£ d. Its* ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in by Messrs. TAYI. FR & NEWTON, Warwick- Square, aiid at the CHAPTTR and PEELE'S COFFEE- HOUSES, London ( where this Paper is regularly filed); also by Mr. SMITH, and Mr. WJ: IM, Bedford; JI. NMNSON, Huntingdon; Fox, St. Neots; JACOB, Peterborough ; SEELEY, Buckingham; SHARP, Warwick'} WARD, Stratford- upon- Avon; LEIGH, Atherstone} TOOKEY, Oundlc; RUSIIER, Bunbu/ y; by the PRINTERS of all the COUNTRY PAPERS; and by the NEWSMEN. 83- To prevent Disappointment, our Advertising Friends are requested to send their Favours as early in the Week as possible. _ ' . . . — . M'. I . i v i l'MTrmrr / r- 11 TV A.., - ir. r. c I ' P. 7 > 1' 111'/ \! 1 ^ inrmr- PirtlD 1 T / \ C T1 Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. SATURDAY, April 0. ThiS Gazette contains a letter from Captain Bettesworth to Lord Hood, giving an account of a very vallant action, off Barbadoes, between his Majesty's sloop Curieux and La Dame ernouf, French privateer, in which the latter was captured, after a loss of thirty killed and forty- one wounded. The Curieux had five killed, and three wounded; among the latter of whom was the Captain, by a musket- ball in the head. The same officer lately received three wounds in capturing the Curieux, which ship ho now commands.— Also a letter from Captain Cribb, of the sloop King- fisher, to lord Hood, giving an account of the capture of the Deux Amis French privateer.— Lord Hood's dis- patches contain a list of forty- five other vessels captured and detained upon the Leeward Isltmds station, by his Majesty's ships of war. the Gazette also contains accounts of the capture of Le Bonheur French brig, by the Cerberus; of a Spanish privateer, by the Immor- talite; and a French felucca privateer, by the Petcrell The Gazette also contains a long proclamation for the more effectual performance of quarantine. The Gazette likewise contains a notification that the installation of the Knights of the Garter will take place on the 23d inst. at Windsor. The Knights are to appear in the collars of their Orders. LONDON, April 9. We are happy to find, by the Hamburgh Mail which arrived on Sunday, that the Emperor of Germany has declined the interview which was requested by Bonaparte; but in order to avoid this degradation, he has been obliged to defer his intended journey to his Italian dominions till ano- ther year. When Bonaparte usurped the title of King of Italy, it might safely have been predicted, that he would very soon take possession of the whole of his dominions; and we now find that this is likely to be the case: for it is stated in letters from Lyons, that a war is on the point of breaking out between France and Naples, and that all com- mercial relations between the two countries have been suspended; or, in other words, that Bona- parte had determined upon seizing the kingdom of Naples.— The cause alledged by France for this rapture, is, that the King of Naples refused to submit to some of the terms of the convention of neutrality presented by Bonaparte. It is reported at Paris, that General Brune has advised the occupation of the Dardanelles, and even- of Constantinople, " where," he says, " the inhabitants are ripe for insurrection." The Prince of Wales packet from Lisbon, is arrived at Falmouth, and brings intelligence from Lisbon of so late a date as the 22d ult. There are various reports in that city respecting the situation of Portugal; by some it is averred, that h? r neutrality will be preserved, while 011 the other said it is confidently asserted that she will be forced into the war. It was also reported there, that France was about to march an army of 30,000 men through Spain, for the purpose of attacking Portugal, or compelling her to abandon her neutrality. The Pallas frigate has arrived at Plymouth from the Mediterranean, with a large quantity of dollars on board, taken out of the Spanish prizes. In the House of Commons, on Friday, Mr. Barbam wished to be informed bv Ministers what had been done for the defence of the West India Islands, in consequence of receiving accounts that tlie French fleet had sailed thither. Mr. Pitt, in reply, said, that every reasonable preparation had been made, and whatever alarm had been excited in the public mind, would bi? found t< j rest upon a very sliirht foundation. Same day, Mr. Pitt brought in a new Bill to amend the Property tax Act. In the late Lottery Tickets rose fo 0£'. 22, and upwards before the drawing began; and notwith- standing the price was so high, every Ticket was sold. The public seem aware of a sudden rise, and therefore very prudently purchase whilst Tickets are cheap, which accounts for the unpre- cedented sale. Yesterday morning, between two and three o'clock, a most dreadful fire broke out in a public- house in Bermondsey- street, which entirely con sumed the same, and two houses adjoining'. Not- withstanding the unseasonable hour at which it commenced, we are happy to find 110 lives were lost, although the greatest difficulty was expe- rienced in alarming the families in the neighbour- hood. Mrs. Cole, a baker, of havant, Hampshire, is committed to Winchester gaol, for trial, for having stolen three beef steaks out of a pie, which was sent for her to bake. Monday last, at Walsall, an inquest was held 011 the body of Elizabeth Adams, wife of Mr. William Adams, breeches- maker. It appeared 111 evidence, that Penelope Edwards, sister to the deceased, a young woman, nineteen years of age, had lived as servant in the family upwards of two years; that on Monday the 25th ult. she mixed a quantity of white arsenic, which she had pur- chased from a druggist the preceding Wednesday ( for the purpose, as she then said, to destroy vermin with, but afterwards said she meant it to destroy herself,) into a saucepan of mashed pota- toes, of which Mr. Adams, his wife, and herself, partook for supper; that immediately afterwards they were all seized with sickness and vomiting, as was also a son, who the next morning eat a Small quantity which was left; that oil the Wed- nesday following they all recovered, except Mrs. Adams, who died 0n the Friday. The Jury re- turned a verdict of wilful murder against the said Penelope Edwards, and she was apprehended at' Heath Gap, near Stourbridge, and has since been committed to Stafford gaol. A reprieve has been received by the Under Sheriff of Norfolk, for the six poachers who were capitally convicted, at the last assizes for that county, of firing at the gamekeepers of Lord Suffield. All of them have wives, and among them they have twenty children. Tuesday Wm. Cox, convicted at Salisbury assizes of uttering a forged £. 5 bank- note, was executed at Fisherton. he has left a wife and six children, and an aged father. George Kennedy and Martin Moody, for high- way robbery; John Carpenter, for horse- stealing James Dransfield, for a rape; and Peter Gardner, for burglary, were executed 011 Thursday 011 Pen nenden Heath, pursuant to their sentence at the last Kent assizes. WANTED, A YOUTH ( of a suitable Dis- position and Education), as an APPRENTICE to a SURGEON and APOTHECARY, in an ex- tensive and genteel Practice.— A Premium will be expected. ( PF Apply to Messrs. bUCKNILL & SON, Surgeons, Rugby, Warwickshire T. » SHOEMAKERS. MASTERS WANTED in the above Business, for TWO BOYS, belonging to the Parish of LOWE » .- HEYFORD, Northamptonshire. (£ 5- Apply to the OVERSEERS of the said Parish. w WANTED TO EXCHANGE. ANTED, A LIVING in Northamptonshire, or any Neighbouring County, for one in Essex, upon very liberal terms. ( J3T Letters ( Post- paid) addressed to I.. M. at the Printers of this Paper, will be duly attended to. B~ U C K S. The redemption and Sale of the Land- Tax. NOTICE is hereby given That Meetings of the Commissioners for the REDEMPTION and SALE of the LAND- TAX for lie COUNTY of BUCKS, will be held at the following Places, on the Days under- mentioned; when and where any Per- sons may, either personally or by Agent, enter into Contracts for the Redemption of their J. and- Tax, or nAy purchase the Land- Tax charged en any other Person's Estates, viz. At the COBHAM ARMS, in BUCKINGHAM, on FRI- DAY, APRIL 19, 1805. At the SWAN, in NEWFORT- PAGNELI., on SATUR- DAY, APRIL 20, 1305. At the MAGISTRATES' CHAMBER, AYLESBURY, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1805. At the SARACEN'S- HEAD, in BEACONSFIELD, on MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1805. ff5T The Advantages to be derived from this Mea- sure in the Investment ot Money, so as to yield nearly £. 5 per Cent. Interest oiit of real Estates, without incurring any Expence; and the Security it atibrds the Proprietors of Estates against any Advance in the Assessment, which they would otherwise be liable to every Year, upon any Improvement in the Value of them; and the Priority of Security which the Pur- chasers of Land- Tax have over every other Incum- brance, wholly independent of, and unaffected by, any Question of Right or Title to the Estate out of which it issues; and the simple and ready Means afforded for its Recovery; render this Species of Pro- perty an Object well deserving the Consideration of the Public. To which may be added the following material Recommendation to the Measure, viz. that Persons who redeem their Land- Tax are not. afterwards liable to be re- assessed towards making good any Deficiencies that may arise in the Parish, by the Default of the Collectors or otherwise, which is an Event that hath tak « n Place, with considerable Pres- sure on Individuals, in some Paiishes, both in this and an adjoining County, where Collectors have failed. * » * Attendance is also given daily at the Ckrk of • the Peace's Office, in the Town of Aylesbury, to receive Instructions for Contracts. ACTON CHAPLIN, Clerk to the said Commissioners. LOS T,~ FROM out of one of Weeks's Boats, 011 the Canal, between Birmingham and Blisworth, in the Month of November, or early in December last, A LARGE PAPER PARCEL, directed for H. WEEKS; containing, amongst other Things, Books and Papers relative to Taxes, fl^ r Whoever has found the same, and will either bring or send it, or give Information thereof to him, at Paddington, Loudon, shall receiveTEN GUINEAS REWARD for their Trouble. ______ At Michaelmas next, 180,5, THE VICARAGE FARM at PUddiNGTON, in the County of Bedford; consisting of about 151 Acres of Pasture and Arable f. and. ( F3T Eor Particulars, enquire of tlie Rev. RICHARD WILLIAMS, Northampton. APRIL 10th, 1805. MR. DEANE, SURGEON, takes this Oppor- tunity of returning his most grateful Thanks to his numerous Friends to-' the constant and steady Support he has experienced during a Series of twenty Years Practice at HIGHAM- FeRRERS, and informs them, he has now declined Business in Favour of Mr. BARMBY, who Has been with him as Assistant these two Years past; and whom he recommends as well worthy the Attention of the Public. APRIL 11th, 1805. R. BARMBY, SURGEON, returns his sincere Thanks to the Friends of Mr. DEANE for the Civilities he has received from them during his Resi- dence at HIGHAM- FERReRS, and hopes, by a steady Perseverance in the Duties of his Profession, to obtain their future Patronage and Support. PT An APPRENTICE wanted immediately. T E A. ' AGENTLEMAN, considered one of the best Judges of TEA in England, now offers for Sale, to such FAMILIES as it may suit to take a Quantity not less than TWO POUNDS, TEAS, much cheaper than those of every other House, absolutely without Adulteration, and of a Quality and Flavour such as it will be almost impossible to procure through any other Channel whatever.— TEAS, BLACK and GREEN, from EIgHT SHILLINGS to a GUINEA a POUND, (£ 3" ORDERS in Post- paid LETTERS ( inclosing Payment), addressed to Messrs. SULLIVAN and Co. Hackney- Road, LONDON, will be forwarded to any Part of the Kingdom. *** Excellent TEAS, suitable for INNKEEPERS, little SHOPKEEPERS, BOARDING- SCHOOLS, & C. & C. iu Cases of Six and TWELVE POUNDS, at 6s. 6d. per POUND, making, as will be found, a very important Saving indeed. BEDFORDSHIRE. To be SOlD, Pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, before John Springett Harvey, Esquire, one of the Masters of the said Court, in the Public Sale- Room of the Court, in Southampton- Buildings, Chan- eery- Lane, London, A. To be SOLD or LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, Substantial well- built MESSUAGE or TENE- MENT, with Stables, Pigsties, Hovels, and other convenient Outbuildings thereunto belonging, situate and being in LiTCHBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton, late in the Occupation of Thomas Gregory; and also, all that CLOSE of ex- ceeding rich LAND thereunto adjoining, containing two Acres, or thereabouts, and iu the Occupation 01 Mr. John Wait. ( f3r The above Premises are well supplied with Water, and are very pleasantly situated, only five Miles from Towcester, eight from Northampton, and eight from Daventry; and will be found a very desirable Purchase for any Person who'wishes to carry 011 the Trade of a Butcher or Baker, or- any other Business requiring Room. %* For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN WAIT, of litchborough aforesaid; or to Mr. HOWES, Solicitor, in Northampton. A To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, or LETT, Neat modern- built MESSUAGE or TENE- MENT, Brick and Sashed, Slated and Tiled.; comprising a Hall and two Parlours in the Fiont ( each 14 bv 15 Feet wide, and nine Feet high), with a large Kitchen and Pantry, upon the Ground Floor; Cellar and other Conveniences; two Sleeping- Rooms, in Front, of the like Dimensions, and a small Dressing Ditto; two good back Rooms and spacious Attics; with a large Barn, Stable, Brewhouse, Store- Chamber over the Coal- House, with a Granary over the same, partitioned, and capable of containing nearly 100 Quarters of Corn; with a Kitchen Garden and all other necessary Outbuildings. gy The above Premises are perfectly retired, walled all round, well watered, and as much as 30 Yards distant from the Street; which Ground is also walled in, and converted into a Pleasure Garden, well planted with Fruit Trees, Shrubs, & c. in Front thereof. Or a large MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, adjoining the above, but next the Street; with three good Par- lours, large Kitchen, Pantry, & c. ; three front Cham- bers, two back Ditto, and extensive Attics; two arched Cellars, and everv convenient Outbuilding; with any Part of the Yard or Gardens that may be required, which are spacious and well planted. *** Both the above are situate in pArK- sTReET, TOWCESTER, in the County of Northampton, and within three Miles of Lord Southampton's Fox- Hounds.— Plenty of Room tor additional Stabling.— Thev are well adapted for the Residence of a genteel Family; and may be taken Possession of at the Will of the Purchaser or Tenant; and all other Particulars explained upon Application to Mr. KINGSTON, the Occupier and Proprietor. N. B. There is a large Malting upon the last- men- tioned Premises. dow, and Pasture Land, all Tythe- free ( except about three Acres), with the Corn* Tythe of about 360 Acres, and a Sheep- Walk over the Open Fields of Sharpenhoe aforesaid, late the Estate of Laurence Smyth Clerk, deceased. Particulars may be had, gratis, at the said MASTER'S CHAMBERS, in Southampton - Buildings • aforesaid; of Mr. CLENNELL, NO. 7, Staple's inn; and Messrs. HINDI. EY & ROE, Solicitors, at Baldoc^ t. Mr. SMYTH, the Tenant, will shew the Estate. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, The following FREEHOLD ESTATES, TYTHE- FREE, IN LOTS:— Lot 1. \ FARM- HOUSE, with a Barn, Stable, XV and other Buildings near the same, and a Close of Pasture and Orchard adjoining, containing together about 3A. 0R. 0P. situate near the Town of NEWl'ORT- PAGNELL, in the County of Bucks. Lot 2. A desirable FARM, situate at NF. WPORT PAGNELL aforesaid; consisting of a Barn, Stable, and other requisite Buildings, and two several Pieces ot convertible inclosed Arable I. and, containing 51A. 1R. 12P. suitably divided by thriving Quickset Hedges, together with a rich Mfadow adjoining the same, containing 35A. 1R. 19P. Lot 3. A CLOSE of rich PASTURF, LAND, containing 4\. 8R.. 22P. wiuh guod Qui'. k Hedges, lying near the Town of NEWPORT- PAGNELL, lett to Mr. William Lucas, at the Yearly Rent of .£. 14 lis. under a Lease which will expire at Mi- chaelmas, 1806. Lot 4. An inclosed FIELD, adjoining Lot 3, con- taining 5A. OR. 4P. lett to Mr. Jethro Inwood, at the Yearly Rent of ^£. 15, under a Lease which will expire at Michaelmas, 1806. LotS. An inclosed HELD, adjoining Lot4, con. taining4A. 3R. 3GP: lett to Mr. William Clarke, at the Yearly Rent of .£. 16, under a Lease which will expiie at Michaelmas, 1807. Lot 6. An inclosed FIE l. D of ARABLE LAND containing 8A. 2R. 33P. now in Hand, and immediate Possession may be had Lot 7. An inclosed FIELD of ARABLE LAND, adjoining Lot 6, containing 6A. 1R. 30P. lett to Mr. Joseph Conquest, at the Yearly Rent of ,£. 17, on u Lease which will expire at Michaelmas, 1807. Lots. An inclosed. FIELD of ARABLE LAND, adjoining Lot 7, containing 17A. 3R. 15P. lett to Mr. William Hewitt, at the Yearly Rent of =£. 41, on a Lease which will expire at Michaelmas, 1807. Lot 9. An inclosed FIELD of ARABLE LAND, adjoining Lot 8, containing lgA. 2R. 32P. lett to Mrs. Ann Higgins, at the. Yearly Rent of £. 44, under an Agreement for a Lease which expires at Michael- mas, 1807. Lot 10. A desirable FARM, situate at SHER- RINGTON, in the County of Bucks, two Miles from Newport- Pagnell; consisting ot a Messuageor Farm- House, with convenient Barns, Stables, and other Outbuildings, and several Closes of inclosed Arable and Pasture Land, containing in the Whole, by'Admeasurement, 96A. 1R. 14P. in the Occupation of Mr. James Pike, at the Yearly Rent of =£. lS The Tenant is under Notice to quit at Michaelmas next, ( pr The I. and- Tax of the Whole is redeemed. *„* For further Particulars, and to treat for the oN I, O S T, Tuesday, April 9th, between IIARBOROVGH and BRAMPTON, A ItED- MOROC CO POCKET- BOOK; containing ( together with various other Papers) nine- teen One- Pound Notes, one Ten Pounds, and one Five Pounds, all ot the Harborough Bank. Whoever will bring th; P6cket- Book, and its Con- tents, to the Owner, the Rev. Mr. HEYRICK, at Brampton; or to Mr. INKERSOI. E, Banker, at Har- borough, shall receive a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS. Brampton, April 10, 1805. Northamptoiishin Quarterage- Money. rPIIE Chief Constables are to- collect and pay .1. in, at the ensuing Sessions, Ten single Quarterly Payments. CHR. SMYTH, Clerk of the Peace. Northampton, March 29th, 1805. Northamptonshire Quarter- Sessions. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next GENERAL QUARTER- SESSIONS of the PEACE for this C O U N ' 1' V, will commence 011 THURSDAY, the 25th Day of APRIL instant, at Teno'Ciock in the Morning precisely ; and that the Court will immediately impannel the Grand Jury, and transact other formal Business, and at Twelve o'Clock proceed to the Trial of such Appeals as were entered at the last and respited Until tiie ensuing Sessions : Those Magistrates who have taken Recognizances tor the Appearance of Persons at this Sessions, are requested to return them to the Clerk of the Peace 011 or beforlf Tuesday the 23d. And all Persons who are bound over by Recognizances to prosecute or to give Evidence on any Bill or Bills of Indictment, are required to at- . tend and deliver the proper Instructions at the Clerk of the Peace's Office 011 Wednesday Evening, the Grand Jury will be discharged as early as the public Business will permit. And it is recommended " to the Solicitors and Parish- Officers, who have Appeals to try, to deliver their Briefs to Counsel on the Wed- nesday Evening, and to be ready to try the same the next Morning, as the Court will be punctual in en- tering on that Business at the Time above- mentioned. By Order of the Court, CHR. SMYTH, Clerk of the Peace. Northampton, April 5th, 1805. Purchase, Application may be made to Mr. Wm. Lucas, of Newport. Pagnell, who will shew the Premises. • To COVER, this Season, 1805, AT Mr. WILLIAM ODELL'S, Horse - Dealer, Abington- Street, NORTHAMPTON, at One Guinea and a Half each Mare, and Two Shillings and Sixpence the Groom, ' YOUNG HUE- AND- CRY. He is rising six Years old, perfectly sound, stands fifteen- Hands two Inches high, and is ot particular good Action. He was got by that well- known Horse Pretender ( who trotted sixteen Miles within the Hour, lat « the Property of Mr. C. Wroot, of Long- Sutton), his Dain by Old Hue- and- Cry; her Dam was bred by Mr. Parker, of Thorney, out of a Mare got by the Duke of Bolton's Mogul, and is own Brother to Dash and Enchanter. YOUNG HUE- AND- CRY will beat Home every Morning, except Friday Morning; at Towcester, every Tuesday; Daventry, every Wednesday; Swan Inn, Wellingborough, every Thursday Night; George Inn, Kettering, every Friday; Lamport, every Friday Night; and at Northampton the Rest of the Time. *** All barren Mares, covered by him last Year, at Half- a- Guinea each. A1 By Order of the Executors. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. CHENEY, On Monday the 15th and Tuesday the 16th Days of this instant April, 1805, aLl. the neat, and genteel hOUSEHOLD- „ FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, late the Property of Mrs. HILL, deceased, of WelFORD, iu the Countv of Northampton; consisting of Four- post and Half- headed Bedsteads, with Morine and Check Furniture; Feather and Flock Beds; Counter- panes, Quilts, and Blankets; Mattresses; Thirty- Hour Clock; Wainscot Bureau and Chest ot Drawers; Oak Store- Chest and Boxes; Oak Dining, Tea, and Dressing Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses; several Lots of Parlour and Chamber Chairs; a large As- sortment of Earthenware and Glasses; Kitchen Re- quisites, in Tin, Brass, Copper, and Pewter, and Culinary Articles in general; Tubs, Barrels, and Buckets; Fire- Shovel, Tongs, and Poker, and other Fire- Irons, with sundri other Articles; also, Pictures, and an Assortment of Books, on Arithmetical, His- torical, theological, Geographical, and Biographical Subjects. , . . ( pf- The Auctioneer solicits the Favour ot the Coinpanv each Morning at Ten o'Clock, as he intends to finish' the Whole in two days. To COVER, this Season, 1805, At ROCKINGHAM CASTLF., Northamptonshire, at One Guinea each Mare, and 2s. 6d. the Groom, G< OVERNOR. — He was got by Trumpator, I his Dam by Highflyer, Grand- dam ( Otheothea) by Otho, Great- grand- dam by Snap, Great- great- grand- dam by Regulus, G reat- great- ereat- grand- dam ( which was Wildair's Dam) by Steady.— Steady was got by Childers. ( J3" He was bred by the Earl of Clermont, and considered very promising when young, but he unfor- tunately fell lame in training, and never started. To COVER, this Season, 1805, At One Guinea each Mare, and Two Shillings and Sixpence the Groom ( the Money to be paid at the Time of Covering), YOUNG TUUMPATOR. — Ue is a black Horse, five Years old, stands fifteen Hands and a Half high, very full of Bone, and remarkably handsome.— He was got by Trumpator, out of Caro- line; her Dam, Nelly Pinch, was got by Postmaster; her Dam, Rose- bud, by Snap, out of Mi6s Belseor, by Rsgulus. £ 3* He will attend at the Angel Inn, Towcester, every Tuesday; at the Cock Inn, Stony- Stratford, every Friday ; at the Fleece Inn, Northampton, every Saturday; and at G. Tissington's, Blisworth, every other Day in the Week. Sheep, 22 Shearhogs, and 20 Gist Ewes; four In- calf Cows, three barren Ditto, and two Heifers; five very useful Draught Horses and Mares; spayed Sow; stout Six- inch- wheel Cart, and one Narrow- wheel Ditto; Fallow and Seed Ploughs, with'l'ackleconiplete; two Pair of Harrows, Oak Shaft Roll, good Gears and Harness for three Horses, & c.; Barn Tackle; Cow and Sheep Cribs; Quantity of Hurdles, with Iron Shackles and Stakes ; stout three- baved Hovel Frame, 36- round Ladder, Flour- Binn, Mult- Mill, Hog- Troughs, & c.; Household - Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, & c. Three Months' Credit will be given for the Live Stock only, for all Bargains above ten Pounds, on approved joint Security. *** The Sale to begin precisely at Ten o'Clock, on Account of the Number of Lots, as the Whole is intended to be sold in one Day. N. B. Catalogues may be had in due Time, at the Towns adjacent; the Place of Sale; and of Brown & Son, Auctioneers, and Agents to the British Fire and ' istminster Life- Office, Bedford. To be SO L I) by AUG T I O N, At the Sign of the Six Bells, in Sulgrave, in the County of Northampton, 011 Friday the 19th of April instant, between the Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, in one or more Lots, as may be settled at the Time of the Sale, and under such Conditions as may then be produced, rp\ VO COTTAGES, a BARN, and FAItM- A. YARD, anda CLOSE, called CASTLE CLOSE, containing about three Acres, situateat SULGUAVE. 83T The Premises are Freehold, and may be entered upon on the Completion ot the Purchase. *** For Particulars, apply to Messrs. BIGNELL & WYKHAM, of Banbury. To lie SOLD by AUCTION, At the White- Lion Inn, in Banbury, in the County of Oxford, on Thursday the 25; h of April instant, between the Hours of Five and Seven in the After- noon, in such Lots, and under such Conditions as may be then produced, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, ot which Notice will be given, AFREEHOLD ESTATE; containing about 51 Acres of very rich Meadow and Pasture Land, in the Parish of WARKWORTH, contiguous to the Town of Banbury, adjoining to the Turnpike- Road leading to Daventry, and now divided into lour In- closures, and occupied by Mr. John Golby. ( pf* The Premises are capable of Subdivision to great Advantage, and some of the Closes are well worth the Attention of Dealers in Cattle who resort to the Banbury Fairs. For Particulars, or to treat by Private Con- tract, apply to JOSEPH PITT, Esq. ot Cirencester; or Messrs. BIGNELI. 6C WYKHAM, of Banbury. The Fall of prime Oak Timber. HAIL- WESTON WOOD, HUNTINGDONSHIRE To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. ABBOTT, On Tuesday the 23d of April, 1805, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there pro- duced, ALARGE QUANTITY of useful OAK TIMBER and POLLARDS, in Lots. - The Sale will commence at the Wood, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon. ( J5R" HAIL- WFSTON is on the Turnpike - Road, within two Miles of St. Neots and the navigable River Ouze to Lynn. Further Particulars may be known of Mr. ABBOTT, Cabinet- Maker and General Appraiser, and Agent to the Norwich Fire- Office. GRENDON ESTATE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Tythe- free, and the Land- Tax redeemed. To he SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. SKINNER, DYKE, & Co. On Monday the 13th of May, at Twelve o'Clock, at Garraway's Coffee- House, Change- Alley, Cornhill, London, IN TEN LOTS, \ r ALU ABLE FREEHOLD and ELIGIBLE COLLEGE- HOLD ESTATES, situate near CASTLE- ASH BY, a short Distance from the high Road, only five Miles from the Market Town of WELLINGBOROUGH, nine from NORTHAMPTON, and twelve from NEWPORT- PAGNELL, in a fine high, healthy, sporting Part of the County.— The ESTATE comprises the greatest Part of the LORDSHIP OF GRENDON, and consists of near TWELVE HUNDRED ACRESOI very good Inclosed Grazing, Meadow, and fertile Arable Land, divided into eligible Fartjis, with Farm- Houses, suitable Buildings for Husbandry, and an ancient MANSION- HOUSE, called GRENDON - HALL, with Offices and extensive Gardens; the Whole lying very compact ( Tythe- free and exonerated from the Land- Tax), in the Occupation of Messrs. Sanderson, Frere, I. awton, Coe, Brown, Rogers, Bletsoe, and others, Tenants at Will, at Rents amounting to One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty- seven Pounds per Annum, Capable of Improvement. 05" Part of the Estate, about two hundred and fifty Acres, is held under Trinity College, Cambridge, for twenty Years, renewable every seven Years. *** May be viewed twenty- eight Days preceding the S:. 1e, by applying to Mr. Lawrence Sanderson, the principal Tenant, of whom printed Particulars may be had; also at the Hind, Wellingborough; Swan, Newport- Pagnell; George, Northampton; George, Thrapston; Crown, Huntingdon; George, Wobum; of Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, Printers, North- ampton; Mr, Gregory, Printer, Leicester; Mr. RoU lason. Printer, Coventry, Mr. George Wartnaby, Solicitor, Market- Harborough; Messrs. Kinderley, Long, & Ince, Solicitors, Svmond's- Inn, Chancery- Lane; at the Place of Sale; and of Messrs. Skinner, Dyke, & Co. Aldersgate- Street, London. Buckinghamshire Quarter- Sessions, NOTICE is hereby given, That the next GENERAL QUARTER- SESSIONS bf the PEACE of this COUNTY, will commence at AYLESBURY, on THURSDAY, the 25th Day of APRIL instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely :— That immediately after, the Court will pro- ceed td the Trial of such Appeals as were respited ; rom the last Sessions, and all others which may be entered in due Time. 11 is proposed that the G rand J ury shall be impannelled as soon as they are assembled; and all Persons who are bound over by Recognizance to pro- secute, or to give Evidence upon any Bill or Bills of Indictment, are requested to attend and deliver the pro- per Instructions at my Office on Wednesday Evening, as the Grand Jury will be discharged as early as the public Business will permit. And it is recommended to all Solicitors and Parish Officers who have Appeals to try, to deliver their Briefs to Counsel on the Wed- nesday Evening, and to be ready to try the same the next Morning, as the Court will be punctual in enter- ing or. that Business immediately after the opening of the Court. ACTON CHAPLIN Clerk of the Pence's Office, Aylesbury, 1st April, 1805, Capital Stock, To be SOLD bv AUCTION By RICHA R ft S MITH, On the Premises, at LUTTON, near Ounule, North- amptonshire, OB Monday the 22d Day of April, 1805, rpHE following LIVE and DEAD STOCK, and A EFFECTS, belonging to Mrs. SANDERSON, who is leaving that Farm, viz. 60 well- bred I. amb- hogs, 10 Two- shear Sheep, 26 Gist Ewes, 30 Ewes and Lambs, and 24 Theaves and Shcarhogs; 22 valu- able Beasts, viz. six Irish, one Home- bred, tive spayed Heifers, two in- calvcd Cows, six Steers ( three Years old), and two barren Cows; five useful Cart Geldings, two Ditto Mares, and a useful Hackney, 14J Hands high ; two Dung Carts, Scuffler, and Horse- Drag; Horse, Cow, and Sheep- Cribs; Ploughs and Harrows; Harness for six Horses; Fan- Screen, and other Implements in Husbandry. (£ 3* This Stock is worthy the Attention of the Public, being young, very fresh, and in good Con- dition.— The Sale to commence with the Sheep at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. *** Nine Months' Credit will be given for all Lots of or above £ 10 upon approved joint ' Security, o a legal Discount allowed on prompt Payment. To be SOLD by A U C T 1 O X, By RICHARD SMITH, On the Premises, at RINGSTEAD, near Thrapston' Northamptonshire, on Wednesday the 24th Day o1 April, 1805, rrUE following LIVE and DEAD STOCK, and I EFFECTS, belonging to Mrs. FOSCUTT, who is leaving her Farm, viz. 40 Wether Lambs, 34 Ewe Ditto, 85 Couples, 15 Gist Ewes and Theaves, and one Ram; five Cows, with Calves, three in- calved Cows, one new- milch Cow, one barren Ditto, and two Heiters ; six very useful Cart Horse; and Marcs; three in- pigged Sows, and three Store Hogs; two good Narrow- wheel Waggons, four Dung Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, two Field- Rolli ( one quite new); Hor- e, Cow, and Sheep- Cribs; Lead Horse- Troug. , Ladders, Hurdles, Trays, Harness for seven Horses, two stacks of Fire- Wood, Winnowing- Fan, Screen, three Dozen of Sacks, Forks, Rakes, and other Implements in Husbandry; also a Half- Hogshead Brewing Copper, Mash- Vats, Tubs, and sweet Casks; Salting- Lead; Barrel Churn, and other Dairy Requisite* : and some Household- F urniture. ( pT The Sheep will be penned for Inspection by Nine o'Clock, and the Sale will commence on them at Ten.— Four Months' Credit for all Lots of or above ,£. 10 will be given on approved joint Security, or a legal Discount allowed on prompt Pay. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By R. SMITH, On Monday the 29th of April, 1805, b- tween the Hours ot Three and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Talbot Inn, Oundle, ASubstantial Stone - built DWELLING- HOUSE, pleasantly situated ( in the MARKET- PLACE, in OUNDLE, in the County of North- ampton), for Trade, or a neat Residence for a genteel Family, now in the Occupation of Mr. B. Knibb. Also, will be sold, in Lots, upwards of 150 Acres, more or less, of rich MEADOW and ARABLE LAND, lying in the Open Fields of OUNDLE, now in the Occupation of Mr. John Austin. ffT Possession of the Whole may be had at Mi- chaclmas next. %* Particulars of the said Estates may be had of Mr. BALDERSTON, Solicitor, or Mr. JOHN HEWSON, or Mr. J. SMITH, of Oundlc. NEIVTON. I. ONGVII. LE, Buckingbamsbht. To be SOL D by A U C T I O N, By Mr. ANDREW GARDNER, At the Red- Lion Public- House, at Newton- Longville aforesaid, on Wednesday the 17th of April inst. at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, ADesirable COPYHOLD ESTATE, situate at NEWTON- I. ONGVILLE aforesaid; consisting of a good Farm- House, liarns, Stables, and other convenient Outbuildings; a Close of rich Pasture Ground adjatmng; and several Pieces or Parcels of Arable Land, Ley, Meadow, and Pasture Ground, dispersed in the Open and Common Fields of New- ton - Longville aforesaid; containing togetlur about 25 Acres, with a very extensive and valuable Right of Common on Whadden Chase. ( jdT The above Estate is in the Occupation of Mr. EDMUND TOMPKINS, who will shew the Piemii. es.— For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JAMEJ PAK- ROTT, Black- Horse Inn, or the AUCTIONEER, bu( h of Woburn; or Mr. EAGLES, Attorney at Law, Amut- I hill, Bedfordshire, AFREEHOLD ESTATE, situate at Sharpenhoe, in the Parishes of Streatley and Barton, in the County of Bedford; comprising the Manor of Sharp- enhoe, with the annual Quit- Rents, Fines, and Ma- norial Rights ; and a Farm, called Sharpenhoe- Bury I Farm, containing about 336 Acres of Arable, Mea- " VTOTICE is hereby given, That THOMAS - 1A LETT, of HARGRAVE, in the County of Northampton, Farmer, hath assigned over all his Effects to Mrs. Lift, of Bromham; Mr. Thomas Barrett, of Turvey; and Mr. Samuel Smith, of Bed- ford, in the County of Bedford; in Trust, for the Benefit of si h of his Creditors who shall execute the Deed of Assignment on or before the first Dav of May next.— The said Deed is left at the House of Mr. Samuel Smith, the Barley- Mow Inn, Bedford, for the Sig- nature of such of the Creditors who are willing to accept of the Composition arising from the said Insolvent's Effects. *** All Persons indebted to the saidTi. oMAs LETT, are desired immediately to pay their Debts to the said Trustees, or either of them, or they will be sued for the same without further Notice. Bedford, March 26, 1805. ROWELL HUNDRED and MANOR COURTS. " VTOTICE is hereby given, That the VIEWS of i> FRANKPLEDGE, with the COURTS LEET and COURTS BARON of GEORGF. HILL, Esquire, his Majesty's Serjeant at Law, for his HUNDRED of ROWELL, and also for his MANOR of ROWELL, in the County of Northampton, will be held at the usual Place, on THURSDAY the EIGHTEENTH Day of APRIL instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon ; when and where the respective Tenants- and Persons concerned are required to make their personal Appearance, do their respective Suit apd Service, and pay their re- spective Quit- Rents, and other Rents due to the said Lord, for the said Hundred and Manor; and the Constables for the last Year, within the said Hundred, are required to attend with their Suit and Service, and Fealty Rolls; and the new Constables, Thirdborouths, and Parish- Officers, to be sworn into Office, and the old ones to be discharged, on Pain of the Penalty to be incurred by Default. JOHN NEWTON COODHALL, Steward. April 5ii, 1805. VALUABLE LIVE STOCK. See. At CRANFIELD BONE- END, Bedfordshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BROWN fef SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 16th of April, 1805, ALL the valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, PART of the useful HO USE HOLD- F URN I- TURE, DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS, and other EFFECTS, the Property of Mr. Thomas Odell, of Cran fie Id Bone- End aforesaid ; comprising 54 fine fat Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. HOUSE of COMMONS.— Mmday, April 8. TENTH REPORT OF THE NAVAL COMMISSIONERS. Mr. WHITBREAD rose. In speaking of all commissions of enquiry of this nature, he was convinced that none could be found composed ot more honourable men than the present, or more calcu- lated in every point of' view to advance the interest and security of the public. It originated with a Board of Admiralty, at whose head was Earl St. Vincent, who had so nobly and successfully fought the battles of his country, and who had returned no less successfully, he trusted, to combat and develop its secret enemies, and bring to light the hidden mines of corruption which preyed upon its vitals — The Commissioners of Naval Enquiry had made va- rious reports of their proceedings, but nothing had been instituted upon them but regulations respecting the Chest at Chatham, and regarding civil proceed- ings in the navy. If the Commissioners met with difficulties in the discharge of their duty, the more was their merit in overcoming them; it they were attacked by insinuations, and taunted in and out of doors, the more was the gratitude of the public due to tlieni lor the irresistible perseverance they exhibited in bringing to light things that baffled the ingenuity and skill of Committees of the House, tt now remained for him to bring to justice delin- quents that Board had laboured to discover and de- tect. On this subject he did not mean to descant m general, but only as it regarded the high person who was the principal object he had 111 view.— The House, he apprehended, would have little dif- ficulty in agreeing with him, that this noble person had flagrantly violated the law, that he had connived at certain practices, and participated in the emolu. meat. If he was arraigned on these charges, and censured for them, he trusted the censure would not stop the;, but be followed up by an adequate punish- ment. In thing this he was confident that the House would satisfy the minds of the people, and confer one of the most gratifv, ng favours on the public at large, as it would shew", that in the present exhausted state of the finances, the House would not sulier, or tolerate for a . single moment, a door to be opened for peculation, or for anv person, however high his rank, to violate the law with impunity, without his being and blamed, in very forcible terms, the appropriation of public money to the purchase of Stock, India Stock, Navy Bills, Sec. which, he maintained, was clearly made out by the Report. He next adverted to the examination of the several Treasurers of the Navv, antecedent and posterior to Lord Melville, who, 011 being asked whether they had derived '. any profit or advantage from the use of the money entrusted to their hands, had uniformly replied 110 ; but when the question was put to his Lordship, he said he would not tell. What was this, said the Hon. Member, but the strongest presumption of guilt ; for had the fact been otherwise, the Noble Lord would have boldly spoken out, as his fellows in office had dene, and answered no. After dwelling at great length on these points, he concluded by moving his Resolutions, thirteen in number. The first was merely a repetition of the Resolution of the Com- mittee of the whole House of the 18th June, 1782, approving of the conduct of the Commissioners of Accounts, and adopting their suggestion respecting the grant of a permanent salary to the Paymaster of the Army, and Treasurer of the Navy, in lieu of all fees and perquisites; the nine Resolutions following wero founded on the Tenth P^ eport, corresponding in substance with the charges opened in his speech; the eleventh states as follows:—" That the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville having been privy to, and connived at, the withdrawing from the Bank of Eng- land, for purposes of private interest or emolument, sums issued to him as Treasurer of the Navy, and placed to his account in the Bank, according to the provisions of the 25th Geo. III. c. 31, has been guilty of a gross violation of the law, and a high breach of duty." The two last, which went to charge upon Lord Melville a participation with Mr. Trotter, the Hon. Member declared his intention not to press on the House that night. Mr. PITT remarked, that although the Hon. Gen- tleman had set out with the determination of keeping his temper on the present question, yet, in the con- clusion of his speech, he had suffered himself to be led away by a warmth which he often indulged, and by an appeal to the passions of the House, which be ought not to have resorted to, as it was not applicable to the subject under consideration. It was important that the facts of the case should be clearly understood; if it was true, that an aggravation of the public bur- dens was attributable to the Noble Lord, on account of his conduct, it would be very well to state so, but not to excite clamour in the House, and to carry by acclamation what would not be conceded by the sober | judgment of a tew. No allegation had been brought FINE LONDON PORTER. MERCER's- ROW, NORTHAMPTON. JAMES DURHAM respectfully informs his Friends and the Public in general, he has now on Sale a fresh Supplv of LONDON PORTER ( Han- bury & Co.' s OLD and MILD ALE, TABLE and SMALL BEER, of the first Quality, which he is determined to sell at the lowest Prices. ( fr A small HOUSE to LETT, and may be entered upon immediately, withor without Furniture. — Enquire as above. ( One Concern.) Northampton, 6th April, 1805. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP between RICHARD MARRIOTT and SAMUEL STANTON, DRAPERS and UNDERTAKERS, of Northampton, IS THIS DAY DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT.— All Persons indebted to the Estate, are desired to pay the same to the said Richard Marriott, and by whom all Demands on the Partnership Account will be discharged.— Witness our Hands, this 22d Day of March, 1805, R. MARRIOTT, S. STANTON. MI STONY- STRATFORD, 29th March, 1805. MRS. MALPAS, Widow of the late WILLIAM MALPAS, WINE & BRANDY- MERCHANT, returns her most grateful and sincere Thanks to her Friends and the Public in general, for all Favours conferred upon her late Husband ; and acquaints theni, she has declined Business in Favour ot Mr. W. B. FARMER ( from London), who has taken and entered : upon the Stock in Trade, and begs Leave to reconi- ) mend him to her Friends in general, net doubting i but he will execute their Favours with Punctuality I and Dispatch. All Persons who stand indebted to the late I Mr. WILLIAM MALPAS, are desired to pay their respective Debts to Mrs. Malpas, of Stony- Stratford j aforesaid; and all Persons having any Claim on the ; said William Malpas, are desired to jend in an Account thereof, that the same may be examined and discharged. brought to that justice which the injured feelings ot the country loudly called tor.— In bringing forward tiie present charge against Lord Melville, Mr. Whit, bread said he should conduct himself with temper and moderation, yet with the firmness necessary on such an occasion as the present. He accused no mean indi- vidual ; during the greatest part of his life, at least since his first appearance in the political hemisphere about 30 years ago, Lord Melville had enjoyed offices tor which ir. general he did not seem exactly adapted. No man had ever had a more extensive patronage, or been surrounded by more friends and connections, both in and out of the House. At the close of the American war, when tiie country was dreadfully distressed by the profuse expenditure of the public monev, petitions poured in from every quarter, re- questing a reformation in that particular. In conse- quence ot these petitions, which were presented in the dawn of Mr. Pitt's political life, resolutions were moved by Lord J. Cavendish, that certain regulations ought to be adopted for lowering and keeping down the balances in t he hands of the Treasurer of the Navy ; and that he, and certain principal Clerks, should be paid certain salaries; 2dly, that the Paymaster of the Forces and of the Navy should be prohibited from applying any sum or sums intrusted into their hands, to aiiy private purpose, or to any other branch of the public service whatever. These resolutions were founded Oil Reports made from Commissioners ap- pointed to investigate the public accounts, and they were so well known, that it was unnecessary for him to point out that fact. After this it was resolved to eflect a reform in the office of the Treasurer of the Navy. The salary lie then enjoyed was .£. 2,000 a year, but at the same time the public balances were in hand sometimes to a large and occasionally to a small amount. Mr. Barre in consequence had that sum augmented to £. 4, U00 per anniyn, in lieu of all fi. es or perquisites whatever. What was the conduct of this gentleman? Before any Act of Parliament passed on the subject, he paid all the money in his hands into the Bank of England, and he proved that from that moment neither lie nor any of his dependants derived or received the smallest benefit from its use. lord Melville succeeded Mr. Barre, and where his Lordship kept the money, in his first treasurership, he could not say ; whether it was in the Bank or 111 the iron chest. Lord Bayning succeeded Lord Mel- ville, and neither he nor any person, it appeared, under him, derived the smallest benefit from the use of the public money. Lord Melville again got the office on the 6th of January, 1781, and continued to hold it till June, 1800, a period of 16 years. On his Lordship's second introduction to the office, he found that the increase of the salary to =£. 4000, had not been completed by a grant to Mr. Barre, and he directly obtained a minute of Council confirming that, a » r: adding two or three trifling articles, such as coals, candles, & c. in lieu of fees, emoluments, and per. q i . : ui- In the year 1785, l. ord Melville led the van reform, and carried a BUI through the House f; r regulating the office of Treasurer of the Navy, ' that Ac; was worded with such care, so scrupulous in every "> oint, that its letter and meaning could not possibly be tortured or twisted by the most ingenious Lawyer in the House. He trusted, in allusion to this Act, that the House would adhere to its strict letter, and take care that it was not perverted. This Act, it was worthy of remark, was. passed in the j month of July, 1735, and it ordered the Treasurer to j deposit all sums he had, or which might be granted hint, for navy services, in the Bank of England: but from the' examination of the Noble Lord it turned out, that he had not taken steps whatever to cb- y the injunctions of this statute until the lst of January, 1786, assigning as his motive, that certain regulations necessary to be made in the Navy Office, prevented him from doing it sooner. Could the House believe this ? Could they for a mo- ment admit so weak, so silly a pretence? Why was the execution of this Act postponed > He could not prove it, but he had strong grounds for supposing its execution had been delayed in order to Lord Melville's private emolument. He charecd the Noble Lord with having, on his own authority, and without the autho. rity of Parliament, appropriated to his own purposes the public money, in breach of the law, antl at an im- minent hazard to'the public. He, in the second place, charged that Noble Lord with conniving in peculation with an individual, for which that individual would RICHARD MARRIOTT BEGS to return his most grateful Acknowledg- ments to his Friends for the many Favours re- ceived, and acquaints them, that the Trade will in future be carried on by him, and earnestly hopes for a Continuance of their Friendship. Northampton, March 25, 1805. SAMUEL STANTON RETURNS his sincere Thanks to his Friends 1 3 A and the Public in general for their Favours con- | ferred on him during his late Partnership with Mr. j RICHARD MARRIOTT; and begs Leave to inform I them, that he has purchased and entered upon the ! Shop, Dwelling- House, and Premises, late ill the Occupation of Mr. EDWARD DUFFIN, at the lower End of the DRAPERY, in NORTHAMPTON, where he intends carrying on the Business of a LINEN and WOOLLEN - DRAPER, HATTER, and UNDERTAKER; assuring those who may honour him with their Commands,' that it will be his unre- mitting Study to offer for Sale Articles of the newest Fashion and best Quality, on the most reasonable Terms. *„* S. S. having lately purchased the Stock in Trade of a Linen and Wooller.- Draper, has commenced selling it off at prime Cost. Northampton, 25/ 6 March, 1805. MUSI C. To be SOLD IMMEDIATELY by PRIVATE CONTRACT, At CLIPSTON SCHOOL, Northamptonshire, ABOUT 400 VOLUMES of choice MUSIC; - i V consisting of Oratorios, Anthems, Hymns, and Psalms; Glees, Duetts, and Songs; Symphonies, Concertos, Quartetts, Trios, Duetts, and Solos, many of which are very scarce. And upwards of 500 VO- LUMES of valuable BOOKS, in excellent Condition, which will be sold at a very reduced Price. Also, a fine- toned PIANO- FORTE, by Broadwood: and a capital PAIR of GLOBES, with Mariner's Compass under the Feet. ( For Particulars apply to J. BOTTERILL, Clip- ston. N. B. This is a good Opportunity to Choirs, Mu- sical Societies, & c. as they may purchase a Stock ol good and scarce Music, and other Books, at a reason- able Rate.— Letters of Enquiry are requested to b « Post- paid. — Any Person who buys Books to th< Amount of 5 or £. 10, will have a great Abatement ling had been lost to the public by Lord Melville, and he could assert, that ho mischief had been done whatever.—( Hear ! hear! loudly from the Opposition Bench). He hoped the Gentlemen who were so strenuous in calling " Hear," would indulge him with being candidly heard, as he did not feel disposed to be interrupted, and it was moreover a bad omen of that sincerity they professed, ; o attempt to disturb him in what he was about to state. He could not help saying, that every means had been used to inflame the passions of the Flou'se, and he could not refrain from noticing the means resorted to of exciting the public mind, in certain publications respecting the way in which the Navy Pav- Office was conducted, by which, as was said, the seamen had no ready or ef- fectual access to their prize- money, the reward of their hard- earned labour.—( No, no! from the Opposition). He had also to complain of the Hon. Gentleman for having given a most erroneous and mistaken view of the case. He had said, that the persons blamed had an opportunity of being tried: questions had been put to them, and they had been asked, whether they would answer antl criminate themselves. Was this any thing like a trial 1 Every man who is tried knows the evidence to be adduced against him, and has an opportunity of cross- examining the witnesses on oath, and then of being heard in his defence; but here the case was materially different, and the examination before the Commissioners of Enquiry had not the STONY- STRATFORD, 29th March, 1805. W. B. FARMER embraces the earliest . Opportunity of informing his Friends and the Public in general, that he has purchased and entered on the Stock belonging to the late Mr. Malpas; consisting of choice WINeS, BRANDIES, RUMS, & c. & c. ; and hopes, by sending the best of Goods to those who may please to favour him with their Commands, oil the most reasonable Term:., it will assure him Part of the Public's Favours. Live and Dead Farming- Stock and Effects. To bo S O L D by A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAY, On Wednesday the 17th, and Thursday the 18th of April, 1805, on the Premises, at Fence Farm, late in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Sheppard, de- ceased, situate in the Parish of TIRRINGHAM, near Newport- Pagnell, Bucks, THE following EFFECTS, viz. fifty New a Leicestershire Couples, 20 South- Down Ditto, 20 Leicester and South- Down Ewes, and 98 Tegs; 16 Cows, four Stirks, 10 Shropshire Bullocks, and \ four other Ditto; three stout Cart Mares antl a year- ling Filley; six store Hogs; three Six- inch Cans, one Narrow- wheel Ditto, Field- Roll, Ploughs, Har- rows, Horses Gears, Hovel Frames, Corn- Screen, Wind- Fan, and Barn Tackle. The principal Part of the Sheep are well worth the Notice of Gentlemen Graziers, Farmers, & c. having been bred with great Care, & c. by James Pread, t Esq, are from His Grace the Duke of Bedford's Flock. ! — The Sheep will be penned for Inspection at Nine J o'Clock in the Morning, and the Sale will commence t with the same exactly at Ten. Also, on the following Day will be sold, on the said Farm, near five Cwt. of Copper Sheeting, for ; covering Buildings, Sec.; a large Quantity of old Iron; 1 large Timber lack ; Turret Clock; Quantity of Cast- \ Iron Sash Weights; ten Milk- Leads, Cream- Cistern, and two Churns; Salting- Lead; Bedsteads, with Furnitures, Feather Reds and Bedding, Chairs and Tables, Clock and Case, Kitchen Grate, three Brew- ing, Coppers, and various other Effects. The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clcck. To Bakers, To be SOLO bv A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAY, On Friday the 19th Day of April instant, at Six o'Clock in the Evening, at the Swan Inn, in Fenny Stratford, in one Lot, AFREEHOLD HOUSE, with a new- built - Oven, large Yard, Garden, Barns, Stable, and necessary Outbuildings, situate in Fenny Stratford, Bucks, in the Occupation of Mr. Bowler, Baker; with TWO TENEMENTS adjoining. Also, on the following Day, will be SOLD by AUCTION, the HOUSEHOLD. FURNITURE Keeping, Farming- Stock, and Effects. To be SOLD by AUCTION. By JOHN DAY, On Monday the 29th of April, 1805, on the Premises, at LOUGHTON, near Stony- Stratford, tHE following EFFECTS, the'Property of Mr. Edward Bovingdon, who is leaving his Farm; comprising four stout Cart Horses and Mares ; eight Sets of Gears; one stout Waggon, three Six- inch- wheel Carts, and one Narrow- wheel Ditto; one Field- Roll; three Hovel Frames, with Stone Posts and Caps; Ploughs, Harrows, Hurdles, & c.; forty Sacks and Barn Tackle; a capital Cream- Cistern, Milk- Leads, Tubs, Buckets, Sec. Also, will be SOLD by AUCTION, in Lots, the KEEP of near 130 Acres of SWEARD LAND, to the 29th of September next, under such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced. The Farming- Stock is in excellent Condition, and nearly equal to new. The Sale to begin with the Stock exactly at Ten o'Clock, and the Keep immediately after. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Valuable TYTHE - FREE ESTATE, at SUNDON, in the County of Bedford; con- sisting of a Farm- House, Barns, Stables, and conve- nient Outbuildings, and about 9S0 Acres ot Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, lett to Mr. Wm. Smith, j at a low Rent, on a Lease which will expire at Mi- ! chaelmas, 1809. The Eftate is capable of considerable Improve- ! ments at the End of the Term. For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, Application. may be made to Messrs. Oddie ' and Forster, Solicitors, Cary- Street, London ; Mr. Hampson, Solicitor, Luton ; or to Mr. Lucas, Soli, citor, Newport- Pagnell. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Tuesday the 30th Day of April, 1805 ( if not before disposed of), between the Hours of Three and Five of the Clock in the Afternoon, at the Swan Inn, in Leighton- Buzzard, in the County of Bedford, A Complete FARM; consisting of a substantial . Farm- House, with a convenient Homestead and Outbuildings, about six Acres of inclosed Pasture or Sweard Ground and Wood Land, and one hundred and five Acres, or thereabouts, of fine rich Arable Land, Ley, Meadow, Pasture, and Sweard Ground, lying dispersed in the Open and Common Fields and Mea- dows of SLAPTON and HORTON, in the County of Bucks, and now lett to Mr. Thomas Hely ( who will shew the Premises), at ^'. 90 per Annum. ( pj* About 25 Acres of the Land are Freehold, and the Residue of the Premises are Copyhold of Inheri- tance ; holden of the Manor of Slapton, under a yearly Quit- Rent of £.\ 15s. 3Jd. and subject to Hcriots and fine, at the Will of the Lord, upon Sale or Death. *** For further Particulars, apply to Mr. HURST, ' . Newport- Pagnell, Bucks; Mr. JONES, of Tring, in the County of Hertford, Carpenter; or the AUCTION- EER, at Stony- Stratford, Bucks. To be SOLD by AUCTIoN By Mr. ROUSE, On Easter Tuesday, the 16th of this current April, 1805, and to be continued the following Day, at the free Grammar - School, in MARKET- HAR- BOROUGH, and to be continued the following Day, AN Assemblage of genteel and useful HOUSE- HOLD - FURNITURE, and various other EFFECTS; consisting of Four- post Bedstead, with green Harrateen Furniture and Window- Curtains; a Set of fine red- and- white elegant Chintz- Pattern Ca- lico Furniture for a full Bed, and a Pair of Window- Curtains, lined throughout with fine Irish Linen, fringed, & c; seasoned good Feather Bed, & c. ; a X portable Bedstead; large handsome Sofa, covered with crimson Silk Damask; large Scotch Carpet, nearly 20 leel by 14; a Set of Mahogany Chairs, 10 in Number; a Pair of new Joining Ends for a Dining Table; Commode Table and Card Table, handsome Articles, in Mahogany; Pier Glasses ; a Barometer; pendent Book- Shelves; twelve capital Prints, Land. ; and other EFFECTS of the said Mr. BOWLER; comprising Bedsteads, with Cotton and other Furni- tures ; Feather and Flock Beds; Quilts and Blankets; Mahogany Tables and Chairs; neat Eight- day Clock and Case ; Brewing Tubs, and Beer Casks ; Pewter, Brass, and Copper; Dough- Trough, Sacks, and Im- plements in the Baking Business; one stout Cart Mare, and one yearling Colt; one Bread- Cart, and one Water- Cart; Horses' Gears, Saddles, Pannels, & c\; Planks and Boards; Fire Wood; and various other Effects. For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr. BowlER; and for further Particulars, to Mr. THOS. DAY, Solicitor, in Woburn, Beds. * » * Immediate Possession of the Premises, with the Baking Business, will be given. BARK WHITTLE WOOD AND SALCEY FORESTS, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. APRIL, 1805. THE Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury having directed 248 Oak Timber Trees, standing in Hawkspath and Cook's Coppice, and Smalladiue Coppice, in WHITTLEWOOD FOREST ; and 20 Oak Timber Trees, standing in Knighton's Cop- pice, in SALCEY FOREST, to be felled this Season tor tiie Use of His Majesty's Navy; also sundry unthrifty Oak Trees, marked to be felled, for Sale; as also, others marked to be felled for Repairs of Fences, standing in the said Coppices, & c. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That, by Order ot the Right Hon. Lord Glenbervie, Purveyor- General of His Majesty's Woods, the BARK oi the said TREES, as they now stand, Will be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Saturday the 27th Instant, at the Saracen's- Head Inn, in Old- Stratford, in the following Lots;— WHITTLEWOOD FOREST. Lot 1. Seventy Trees, for the Navy, in Hawkspath and Cook's Coppice, numbered 1 to and 70, at per Tree. Lot 2. Seventy Trees, for the Navy, in the same Coppice, numbered 71 to and 140, at' perTree. Lot 3. Eighty- five Trees, for the Navy, in the same Coppice, numbered 141 to and 225, at perTree. Lot 4. Twenty- three Trees, for the Navy, in Smal- ladine Coppice,' numbered 226 to and 2- 18, at per Tree. a Set of btue- and- white Table E. China, and a Two- Gallon Bowl ; a capital Marble Mortar, 20JIn. ; a Screw Press; Sets ot Chairs; Dining and Tea Tables ; Cases of Drawers, Sec. in ne,. t Wainscot; Bath Stove, Fire- irons, and pierced polished Fenders; stout Iron- bound Nine- Strike Mash- Vat, Wort- Tubs, Water- Cask, Sec. ; Dog- Kennel; Two - light Cucumber- Frame, Stone Garden- Roll ; Bottle- Cratch, Sec. Sec. To be SOLD by AUCTion] by Mr. ROUSE, On Monday the22d of this current April, 1S05, about Four in the Afternoon, at the Greyhound, in Littlc- Bowden, near Market- Harborough, in one or more Lots, as may be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, AValuable CLOSE of exceeding good GRAZING LAND, in Quantity thirteen Acres and a Half, Chain Measure, very advantageously si. tuated for Occupation on the West Side of the Turn- pike- Road from Harborough to Northampton ( ad- joining the Brick- Kiln Close), in the Occupation of Mr. Francis Barker. ( The above- described Property is Freehold and Tythe- free, well- fenced and watered, in a high State of Cultivation, and the Purchaser may have Possession thereol at Michaelmas next. *** For further Particulars, apply to Mr. William Walter, or Mr. Thomas Smith, both of Little- Bow- den aforesaid, who are the Devisees in Trust appointed in and by the last Will of Mr. Thomas Collins, for the Sale of the said Estate. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROUSE, On Tuesday the 30th Day of this current April, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, at tiie George Inn, in Market- Harborough, in the County of Leicester, in Lots, subject to the Conditions to be produced at the Sale, A Valuable Freehold and Tythe- free ESTATE, at WILBARSTON, in the County of Northamp- ton; consisting of a good Farm- House and Outbuild- ings, and upwards of 100 Acres of Arable and Pasture Land, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Burditt. Also, a valuable Freehold and Tythe- free ESTATE, at LITTLE- BOWDEN, in the said County of North- ampton; consisting of nearly 100 Acres'of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, in the Occupation of | Mr. Thomas Smith and Mr. William Flavell. The above Estates are in high Cultivation and Fertility. *** The Tenants will shew the Premises; and further Particulars may be had of Mr. PARRY, At- torney at Law, Market- Harborough. afterwards be called to an account, but for which Lord Melville was deeply responsible to the House. Charges of this nature were rarely adduced against men high in office, but it ought not to be forgot, that a similar charge against a man in a similar high situation, had been brought forward by the Noble Lord himself — against Sir J. Rumbold. In this case it was highly material to look to the evidence. The Commissioners had found, that the Noble Lord had acted contrary to law, and that there were deficiencies against him to the amount of ^. 997,500. He then went over the history of the olfice of Treasurer of the Navy, and shewed its new establishment by the Acts of Council and Parliament. The first violation of the Act was perceived by the deficiencies, and Trotter was called on to explain them, but he refused to do so. This report has been called an ex parte statement— Was it so? said Mr. Whitbread. Had these persons under examination by the Commissioners no opportu- nity of stating ( he truth, of amending even the evi- dence they had given ? ( Loud cries of hear ! hear! from the Opposition.) On the contrary, these Gentlemen sheltered themselves under the fifth claus'e of the Act, which, in his opinion, strongly evinced a sentiment of guilt. Trotter said he could not tell how the defici- encies arose; but he stated, that the publif money for a long succession of years had been taken to his own private account. It was afterwards discovered, that the sums deposited in the Bank of England had been taken tiom thence, and deposited in the hands of pri. vate bankers, and applied to other branches of the pub- lic service, especially to one branch in which Mr. Long, an Hon. Member, was concerned. He was surprised that Mr. Long had not been called before the Commissioners, in order to give evidence to that fact. Lord Melville stated, on beiftg called on regard- ing his transactions with Trotter, that he had burned all his papers while in Scotland. This was most ex- traordinary. It was impossible that a man so much familiarized, and so much in the habit ot office, could do so. Supposing that Mr. Long had not been able to repay the sum he borrowed from Lord Melville, for a certain department of the public service, what situation would Lord Melville haye stood in then? Why that of applying money, clandestinely, to pur- poses to which he was not authorized by Parliament to apply it. In doing this, his Lordship, although lie might accommodate the public service, was never- theless guilty of a violation of the Act of Parliament. The Hon. Gentleman then traced the conduct of Lord Melville and Mr. Trotter through the several heads he had laid down, of connivance and participation, that way : he therefore would agree with his Right Hon. Friend in a Select Committee, without pre- judice to any party. Mr. TIERNEY followed, and in very strong terms reprobated the conduct of Lord Melville. Mr. CANNING supported the amendment. Mr. G. PONSONBY supported the original motion. The MASTER of the ROLLS spoke in favour of the amendment. Mr. Fox, at a very late hour, supported the ori- ginal motion. Lord CASTLEREAGH spoke for the amendment; and Lord ANDOVER for the original motion. Mr. WILBERFORCE expressed himself in the most clear and decisive terms in favour of the motion. The House then divided upon the amendment, when there appeared— Ayes 216— Noes 216. The numbers being declared equal, the Speaker gave his voice in favour of the original motion. The Resolutions were then all read and agreed to. Mr. WHITBREAD then gave notice, that, on Wed- nesday next, he would make a motion respecting the removal ot Lord Melville from his Majesty's Councils. — Adjourned till Wednesday. AGISTMENTS TO be taken in at WATFORD- PARK, Northamp- tonshire, from the 1st of May to the 10th of October, at the following Prices:— Horses, 5s. per Head; Two- year- old Ditto, 3s. 6d. ; One- year- old Ditto, 3s.; Calves, 2s. 8d.; Two- year- old Ditto, 2s.; and One- year- old Ditto, Is. 8d. ' FR Enquire of Mr. ORME., of Watford- Hall. — The Money to be paid at the Time they go out. THRAPSTON TURNPIKE- ROAD. rpHE Yearly General Meeting of the Trustees of , L the Turnpike- Road leading from Market- Harbo- rough, in the County of Leicester, to the Pound, in the Parish of Brampton, in the County of Hunting- don, will be holden at the WHITE- HART INN, in THRAPSTON, in the County of Northampton, on SATURDAY the FOURTH Day of MAY next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon; and at the same Time and Place new Trustees will be elected and chosen in the several Places and Steads of such Trustees as shall be then dead.— Given under our Hands, this 28th Day of March, 1805, # THO. MARSHALL,) WM. MARGETTS, Clerks, Sow, 19 store Pigs, and two fat pigs; Narrow- wheel; Waggon, four good Narrow- wheel Dung Carts, five Field- Ploughs, three Pair ot Harrows, two Field- Rolls, Horse Harness, and Barn Tackle ; good Hogshead Copper, and Brass Furnace; 10- Bushel Iron- bound Mash- Vat, Brewing Tubs, good Iron- bound Pipes, Hogsheads, and Half- Hogsheads; good Five- dozen Churn, Milk- leads, and Kivers; nine Four- post and other Bedsteads, with Harrateen and other Furniture; four fine Feather Beds, and six Flock Ditto; Counter- panes, Quilts, and Blankets; Dining, Dressing, and Claw Tables; stained and strong Chairs; Deal painted Buffet, and Chests ot Drawers; Pier and Dressing Glasses; two good Thirty- hour Clocks; a great Variety of Kitchen- Furniture in general; two good Fowling . Pieces; with a Number of other useful Articles. The Live Stock. Fanning, Dairy, and Brew- ing Utensils, will be sold the first Day. *** May be viewed on the Mornings of Sale, which will begin precisely at Eleven o'Clock. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Annua! Meeting of the Trustees of I, the Turnpike- Road leading from Banbury, in the County of Oxford, to the South End of Mill Field, in the Parish of Lutterworth, in the County of Lei- cester, will be held at the WHEAT- SHEAF INN, in DAVENTRY, on THURSDAY the 9th Day ot MAY, 1805, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon; at which Meeting the TOLLS to arise for one Year, from the 25th Day of June next, at the several Toll- Gates hereunder- mentioned, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, in Manner directed by the Statute made in the 13th Year of His Majesty's Reign, " for regu- lating Turnpike- Roads;" which Tolls produced in the last Year the several Sums hereunder set forth, and will be respectively put up at those Sums ( that is to say), £. s. d. Badby Toll- Cate • 81 0 0 Welton Toil- Gate 41 0 0 Dove Bridge Toll- Gate 17 0 0 Whoever happen to be the Best Bidders must at the same Time give sufficient Surety for Payment of the Rents at such Times as the Trustees shall appoint.— And Notice is further given, that those Persons who, for the Purposes of Occupation of their Farms, are entitled to compound for their Tolls at any or either of the said Gates, mav compound with the Trustees for such Tolls immediately before the Gates are put up.— Dated the 10th of April, 1805. By Order of the Trustees, EDM. BURTON. Lot 5. Four Hundred Sapling Oaks, for Sale, in Havvkspath and Cook's Coppice, numbered 1 to and 400, at per £. Value of the Trees. Lot 6. Four Hundred and fifty- four Sapling Oaks, for Sale, in the same Coppice, numbered 401 to and "= 4, at per £. Value. Lot 7. Forty- two Pollard Oaks, for Sale, in the same Coppice, numbered 855 to and S96, at per Tree. < Lot 8. Six Pollard Oaks, for Sale, in Smalladine i Coppice, numbered 1213 to and 121S, at perTree. I Lot 9. One Hundred and Five Sapling Oaks, for ! Sale, in the Pheasantry, numbered 1275 to and 1379, at per £. Value, j Lot 10. Twenty- four Maiden and Pollard Oaks, i for Repairs, in Hawkspath and Cook's Coppice, num. i bered 1 to and 24, at per Tree, i Lot 11. Two Maiden Oaks, for Repairs, in Smal- ladine Coppice, numbered 25 and 26, at per Tree. SALCEY FOREST. Lot 1. Twenty Trees, for the Navy, in Knighton's Coppice, numbered 1 to and 20, at ' per Tree. Lot 2. Ninety- four Sapling Oaks, for Sale, in the same Coppice, numbered 1 to and 94, at per £ Value. Lot 3. One Pollard, in Knighton's Coppice, num- bered !) 5_; two Ditto, on the Ranger's Lawn, num- bered 127 and 128; and one Ditto, in Clear's Coppice, numbered 129, for Sale, at per Tree. Lot 4. Four Maiden Trees, in Knighton's Coppice, numbered 1 to and 4, and one Ditto, at Fiiar's Gutter, numbered 5, for Repairs, at per Tree. The Sale will begin exactly at One o'Clock, Mr. A. CAPES, of Shrobb- Lodge, in Whittle- wood Forest, Acting- Deputy- Surveyor for the above Forests, and the Keepers of the respective Walks, will shew the Trees to such Persons as may be desirous of viewing the same. CONDITIONS OF SALE. The Lots will be sold to the highest Bidder ( the Officer of the Forest reserving a Right of once bid- ding, if he should consider the same under the fair Value thereof,) and if any Dispute arises on the Bid- ding, the Lot to be put up again for Sale. The Trees will be felled by and at the Expence of the Surveyor- General of Woods; and, in order to prevent Loss to the Purchaser, Care will be taken to cut down the Trees as the Sap shall run. The Bark is to be stripped and taken off' the Trees by and at the Expence ot the Purchaser, and after the Purchase to be at the Risk of the Buyer, and not of the Crown. The Purchaser of any Bark upon any Lot or Lots of Trees, to pay down, in Cash ot Bank- Notes, at the Time of the Sale, i?. 20 per Cent, on the Value of the Bark so purchased, and the Residue of the Monev in good Bills, payable in London, at Two Monthsr' date, and to remove the same out of the Forests at his own Expence, on or before tiie lst Day of August next. Northamptonshire. Freehold Estate. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. ROUSE, At the House of Mrs. Spencer, the Talbot Inn, in Welford, in the County of Northampton, on Wed- nesday the lst Day of May next, punctually at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, together or in Lots, as shall be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, and subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced. AV aluable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the Hamlet of NORTOFT, and Parish of GUILSBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton; consisting of a Messuage or Tenement, and four Closes or Grounds ( inclosed] of rich Land, containing toge- ther 23A. 3R. 19P. or thereabouts, viz. A. R. P. The Brook Close 9 1 29 Home Close and Yard 2 3 15 Far Meadow fi 1 39 The Twist Close o o 16 Total 23 3 19 The above Estate is in the Occupation of Mr. Wm. Hollis, Under a Lease, four Years of which will be unexpired at St. Thomas next. Apply to GEORGE WARTNABY, in Market. Harborough. Leicestershire Freehold Estate. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROUSE. At the House of Mrs. Ashton, the George Inn, it. Market- Harborough, in the County of Leicester, on Wednesday the 8th Day of May next, precisely at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced, \ Capital MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the Stables, Coach- House, Pleasure Ground, Out- Offices, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in MARKET. HARBOROUGH aforesaid, in the Occupation of Mr. Shuttleworth, Surgeon, whose Lease expires at Old Lady- Day next. ( p3T Apply to GEORGE WARTNABY, in Market- Harborough . To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J. P. CULLINGWORTH, At the Horse- Shoe Inn, in Daventry, on Thursday the 25th of this instant April, 1805, between the Hours of Six and Eight o'Clock in the Evening, ALL those FREEHOLD PREMISES, situate in a desirable Part of the SHEAF- STREET, in DAVENTRY; consisting of a very large Stable, with a Loft over the same, and a capital attached Granary Chamber, lately in the Occupation of Mr. Soden, of Coventry. The above Buildings are a desirable Purchase, as they may, at a little Expence, be easily converted into a good Tenement, or into any other use. %* The Purchaser mav have immediate Possession , of the Premises, and with a Title that wilt be fully satisfactory. most distant resemblance to a trial. Although it could not be maintained that no inconvenience from these transactions had resulted to the public, yet it became the House to stt its own mark on these trans- actions; and in full consideration of the report, he had no hesitation in saying, that the circumstances before the House were not such as to authorize it to come to such a decision as the Hon. Gentleman pointed at. It would be infinitely more preferable to refer the consideration of the Report to a Select Committee ; of the House, where every information, divested of fear or resentment, would come forward, and on the Report of that Committee the House would be enabled to judge of the case before them with indubitable certainty and precision. After replying generally to several of the topics descanted oft by Mr. Whitbread, he concluded by moving, as an amendment to the Hon. Gentleman's motion, to leave out all the words after " that," for the purpose of inserting, 11 this Report be referred to the consideration of a Select Committee of this House." Mr. Fox thought the most regular way of pro- ceeding would be, to move the previous question upon the resolution of his Hon. Friend, instead of moving for the Secret Committee in the first instance, as it might be an object with the Hon. Mover to have his motion entered on the Journals. Mr. PITT assented to the propriety of the mode suggested by the Hon. Member. Lord HENRY PETTY said, he was much surprised to find the Right Hon. Gentleman dwell upon points that had little or no tendency to settle the question. The greater part of the speech of his Hon. Friend consisted of the statement of uncontroverted facts, and of just and solid deductions from those facts, con- tained ill the Tenth Report. He could not possibly see what object was proposed by Ministers in wishing for the appointment of a Secret Committee. What was admitted by Lord Melville and Mr. Trotter in one place, they could hardly expect to hear denied by them in another. " Events will, I hope, this night, prove, that whatever differences may exist between us on general principles of Government ( if, indeed, there be any such differences), or on the practical means of defending and preserving the public interests, there can be no difference concerning the purity of our laws, and the honest administration of our finances. On these points there can be but one feeling and one cause among honest men, nor among any but such persons as do not think them necessary to the interests and dignity of the Empire." The ATTORNEY- GENERAL said, the fair question was, whether it was most to the dignity of the House to take the business now by piece- meal, or have it properly investigated when the whole should appear, . before they came to a final judgment f It appeared to him rather an extraordinary measure to proceed as they were intending, and inconsistent to proceed in HUNTINGDONSHIRE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KNIBB, At the Cock, at Eaton, near St. Neots, between the Hours of Four and Six, on Wednesday the 17th of April, 1805, subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, AMost desirable FREEHOLD, in LITTLE- PAXTON; consisting of a Brick and Tiled Messuage and Dovehouse, with suitable Barn, Stable, and other Out- Houses, Orchard, and Homeclose, ad- joining the Great North Road, in the pleasant Village of LITTLE- PAXTON aforesaid; and a COTTAGE and a GARDEN, in the I. ANE at LITTLE* PAXTON; and DIVERS PIECES and PARCELS of ARABLE LAND, LEY, MEADOW, and PASTURE GROUND, dispersed in the Open and Common Fields, Meadows, Parish, and Precincts, of LITTLE- PAXTON aforesaid, containing together, by Estimation, 60 Acres, more or less, with Right ot' Common thereto belonging. The Whole is in the Occupation of Richard Britten. ( pf* Whenever an lnclosure of Little- Paxton takes Place, this Estate may be made an invaluable Thing to any Person wishing to have an Allotment in a particular Situation, as it lies within a Mile of the Town of St. Neots. * » * Further Particulars mav be had of Mr. COOCH, Solicitor, Newport- Pagnell, Bucks. Valuable Farming- Stock, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By T. BROOKS, On the Premises, by Order of the Executors, on Friday and Saturday the 19th and 20th Days of April, 1805, ALL the LIVE STOCK, FARMING, DAIRY, and BREWING UTENSILS, neat HOUSE. HOLD- FURNITURE, and sundry valuable EFFECTS, of the late Mr. T. CATON, deceased, at HINE, in the Parish of Upper- Gravenhurst, Beds; comprising six capital drawing Horses; three good In- calf Cows, and one barren Ditto; 27 fine Ewes and Lambs, 20 Wether Sheep, 20 Shearhog;, and 28 Tegs; two In- pigSows, two Sows and Pigs, one empty Friday and Saturday's Posts. LONDON, April 13. THE proceedings in the House of Commons, on Wednesday night, are lint less interesting than those of Monday. It remained to be shewn by the division of that night, what practical appli- cation would be given by the House to the vote upon the Eleventh Resolution. Mr. Whitbread moved for an Address to the King, for the removal of Lord Melville from all places of trust and emo: lument, held during pleasure, and from his Ma- jesty's presence aud councils for ever. Mr. Pitt stated, that Lord Melville had already resigned the office of First Lord of the Admiralty, and that his Majesty could certainly not be advised to re- tain, or replace him, during the continuance of the Eleventh Resolution upon the books of the House. Mr. Thornton, Mr. Banks, and several Gentlemen who had voted for that resolution, thought this intimation sufficient. Mr. Wilber- force, thinking the motion hasty, wished it to be withdrawn, at least for the present; at the same time, he warmly commended the vote of the former evening, and hoped not to see any thing so pressed as to lessen its nappy effect. He did not mean to declare, whether he would, or would not, vote for the motion at a future time. Mr. Fox, and several other Members, supported the Motion; but Mr. Whitbread, with great judgment and tem- per, agreed, under these1 circumstances, to with- draw it. Still it was proper that some further pro- ceeding should be had upon it; and the House adopted that which, we are confident, will answer every purpose of the first motion, at the same time that' it is more respectful to the Sovereign, who can have no interests, or wishes, upon the subject, different from those of his people. The House re- solved to attend his- Majesty in a body, and to lay before him all their Resolutions upon the Tenth Naval Report. Mr. Whitbread gave notice of his intention, early after the holidays, to move for a Select Com- mittee to examine into- various matters con- nected with the Tenth Report, particularly those that relate to any supposed knowledge Mr. Pitt may have bad of the violations of law which have been committed, to which Mr. Pitt most fully and readily declared his willingness to accede; also of a motion for a prosecution by the Attorney- General of Lord Melville and Mr. Trotter, for an account of the public money intrusted to them; atld of a third motion, for restraining Lord Melville and Mr. Trotter from alienating their property. Mr. Canning on Tuesday morning intimated to Mr. Trotter that he could' no ionger permit him to hold the place of Paymaster of the Navy. At the same time Mr. Trotter had tendered his resig- nation.— It appears by the accounts of Messrs. Coutts, set forth in tiie Tenth Report, that the whole of the dividends on Mr. Trotter's property in the public funds, consisted, in 1791, of of', 80 per annum onlv, and that it swelled, by some talismanic operation, in 1802, to the yearly sum of J - 11,308 Is. issuing from a capital of nearly £. ' ioo, ooo. Persons most conversant with the sentiments and principles of the individuals who compose the House of Commons, did not calculate upon a division of more than 150 in favour of Mr. Whitbread's motion. The powerful working of sound patriotic principles, is supposed to have contributed in an Eminent degree to raise that number to 216. Here then is a direct refutation of all the vulgar clamour and detraction ill which it is asserted, that Members go into the House of Commons with their minds made up; that the Minister's majority is composed of thick- and- tbin- men, who vote as hs directs, and enable him to . command a majority whenever he pleases. Old friendship, pride, interest, and every other motive, clear of a stern regard for justice, that could influence the mind of man, all operated with the Minister in favour of Viscount Melville, and yet the Minister litis been defeated; BULL INN, OLNEY, BUCKS. THOMAS WORLEY, impressed with a Sense of Gratitude for the many Favours conferred upon him during his Residence at the said Inn, begs Leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, Gentlemen, Travellers, and the Public in general, that he has fitted up and made considerable Additions to his House and Premises for their Accommodation; and hopes, by a strict Attention to the Duties of his Situation, to merit a Continuance of their Patronage and Support. ( pf At the particular Request ot many of his Friends, he in'' commencing the POSTING BUSINESS on -^ th Instant, and will exert him- self on all Occasions to provide such Carriages, Horses, and Drivers, as will insure their Safety. April Wtb, 1805. OKELY & BROWN, Dealers in Foreign Wines and Spirituous Liquors British Spirits, Cordials, and Compounds, mild and real Brou n Stout London Porter, See. RESPECTFULLY acquaint their Friends and the Public, their Vaults in the HIGH- STREET, BEDFORD, are open for the SALE of the above ARTICLES; and that it is their Intention to oiler to Notice the very best Articles they can procure, on the most reasonable Terms possible.— They solicit the Favour of Orders, which shall meet with strict At- tention, and be executed with Care and Dispatch. March 7, 1805. MR M'KORKELL'S PUPILS' BALL, At the Hind Inn Assembly- Room, Wellingborough, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1st, 1805. MR. M'KORKELL respectfully informs his Friends, that his PUPILS' " BALL, as ap. pointed for Eastir Week, is unavoidably postponed till WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 1st of MAY, and will consist of a Variety of Slow and Scotch Minuets, the Minuet de la Cour and New Gavote, Cotillions and French Quadrilles, Scotch and Irish Reels, Strathspeys, Chantreuses, Allemandes, English and French Hornpipes ( Parisot and Del Caro's), Vestrie's Scotch Dance, the fashionable new Medley Reel ( con- sisting of the Scotch, Irish, and German Waltz Steps), and an Opera Ballet, en Pas seul. ( pT The Band of Music will be conducted by Mr. Sternberg; consisting of Violins, Violoncello, Octave Flute, Bassoon, and Pipe and Tabor. %* Dancing will commence at Eight o'Clock, and a Ball afterwards for the Company. N. B. Tickets to be had, 5s. each, at the Hind Inn. County of Northampton, Division of Riacklcy, Hundred of Kingsutton. APPEAL AGAINST THE TAX ON LANDED PROPERTY, for the Year 1801. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Assess- ments on the Owners and Occupiers of Lands and. Tenements in the said Hundred, are now in the Hands of the Assessors, and may be inspected by all Persons interested; and that the Commissioners intend to meet at the usual Place, in THORPE- MANDEVILLE, on MONDAY the 29th Day of APRIL instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the Purpose of hearing Appeals against, and considering Claims of Exemp- tion and Abatement from, the said Assessments; and that all Persons intending to appeal must give Notice to the ASSESSORS, or one of them ; or to Mr. JOHN FLETCHER, of Northampton, Surveyor of the Pro- perty and other Taxes for the Said Division; of such Intention, at least ten Days before such Meeting. And that all Persons intending to claim any further Exemption or Abatement than is allowed in the said Assessments, must deliver such Declaration and Par- ticulars in Writing, as the Act requires, to the Assessor or Assessors of the said Duties; or to Mr. FIENNES WYKHAM, Clerk to the Commissioners, .-. t his Office, in Banbury, in the County ot Oxford, at least seven Days before the said Meeting ; and in Default of such Notice, or the Delivery of such Parti- culars, no Appeal will be heard, or Exemption or Abate- ment allowed; ami the Assessors, if they shall receive any such Declarations, or Claims of Exemption or Abatement, are required to deliver the same to Mr. WYKHAM, aud to inform him of the Persons who have given Notice of their Intention to appeal, with- out Delay. By Order of the Commissioners, F. WYKHAM, their Clerk. Thorpe- Mandeville, April'ith, 1805. APRIL 12 th, 1305. THOMAS WILKINSON, CHYMIST, DRUGGIST, OIL and COIOUR MAN, HIGH - STREET, DAVeNTRY, respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, he has just OpENED a SHOP in the above Branches, which he has stocked with the choicest Articles of every Kind; and humbly hopes for the Honour of their Support. T PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS faithfully pre- pared; and all Orders, both Wholesale and Retail, duly attended to, and executed with Care and Dispatch. DRUG BUSINESS. ~ . J. B. TUCK returns Thanks to his Friends and . Customers for Favours conferred upon him in the GROCERY, IRONMONGER Y, See. BRANCHES, and begs Leave to inform them, that he has now also entered into the DRUG BUSINESS, and taken into PARTNERSHIP Mr. WILLIAM MATHER, Chymist and Druggist, from London; and they may depend upon being served with the best Articles, and on reasonable Terms, by their most obedient humble Servants, TUCK & MATHER. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS carefully dis- pensed.— PATENT MEDICINES, of every Description, may be had as above ; and also genuine HORSE MEDI- CINES, of the first Quality. Wellingborough, March 25, 1805. To the. CREDITORS, of JOHN BROWN, of AMPTHILL, Beds, Draper and Grocer, insolvent. NOTICE is hereby given, That a full and final Dividend ot lis. 10d. in the Pound, arising from the Sale and Collection of the said John Brown's Estate and Effects, is now declared, and will be paid on the 25th of April instant. ( J5T For Convenience of the said Creditors, such of them who reside in the Town and Neighbourhood of Ampthill aforesaid, are requested to apply for Pay- ment to Mr. Samuel May, Draper and Grocer, there, ( one of the said John Brown's Assignees;) such other of the said Creditors who reside in London, to . Messrs. Bedwell, Yates, & Co. Grocers, St. John- Street, West- Smithfield, London, the other Assignees of the said John Brown; and the remaining Part of the Creditors who reside elsewhere may receive their several Divi- dends at either of the above Places, as most convenient, by procuring a previous Order for the Purpose, by Letter or otherwise ( to prevent Confusion of Accounts), from Mr. William Greene, of Ampthill aforesaid, Solicitor to the said Assignees. Ampthill, 11 th April, 1805. Under a Bill of Sale. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BROWN & SON, On Wednesday the 17th of April inst. at Ten o'Clock, HE neat and useful HOUSEHOLD- FURNI- TURE, and other EFFECTS, of Mr. William Berrill, Butcher, of WOOTTON CHURCH- END, near Bedford. Likewise, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon of the same Day, will be SOLD by AUCTION, by BROWN & SON, at the Cock, at Wootton ( subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced), Allthat neat and compact FREEHOLD ESTATE, pleasantly situate at WOOTTON CHURCH- END aforesaid; comprising a substantial Dwelling- IIouse, Stud, Plaister, and Tiled, with the Appurtenances thereto belonging, divided into two Tenements, with two good Barns, Yard, and a large Piece of Garden Ground to each, well planted with choice Fruit Trees, now in the Occupation ot William Estwick and Samuel Corby, at the very low and improvable Rent of £. 4 16s.' per Annum. For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr. JOHN PURSER, of Wootton; and for further Parti- culars, to BROWN & SON, Auctioneers, Bedford. N. B. All Persons who stand indebted to the said Mr. WILLIAM BERRILL, are desired forthwith to pay their respective Debts to Mrs. Mayhew, of Cranfield, Beds. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY. THE ALTHORP, NORTHAMPTON, WELLINGBOROUGH, DAVENTRY, WYMERSLEY, and TOWCESTER TROOPS, are requested to assemble at Head- Quarters, at NORTH- AMPTON, at Six o'Clock in the Evening- of WED- NESDAY the 17th of APR I L. instant, fully equipped, for the Purpose of being billetted, trained, and exer- cised, under their own Officers, in Pursuance of the Provisions of the General Volunteer Act, from the Day above mentioned to the 19th Instant inclusive. ( pr The above mentioned Troops will be inspected on tiie 18th and 19th Instant by Lieutenant- Colonel Corbett; and all the Commissioned Officers are re- quired on that Occasion to produce their Commissions to the Inspecting Field- Officer. 2i April 1805. SPENCER, Colonel. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY CAVALRY. TIIE Gentlemen of the KETTERING TROOP of NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY, are requested to assemble at the MARKET- PLACE, in KETTERING, at Six o'Ciock in the Evening of THURS- DAY next, APRIL the 18th, for the Purpose of being billetted, trained, and oxercised, under their own Officers, in Pursuance of the Provisions of the General Volunteer Act, from the Day abovementioned to the 25th Instant inclusive. G. WATSON, Captain. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY. THE BRACKLEY and CIIIPPING- WARDEN I. TROOPS are desired to meet, at Ten o'Clock, on MONDAY the 22d Instant, at PLOWMAN'S FURZE CORNER, for Inspection by Colonel Corbett; after which it is intended to march them into Quarters, at BRACKLEY, for two Davs. W. R. CARTWRIGHT, Lieutenant- Colonel. NORTHAMPTON VOLUNTEER CAVALRY THE Gentlemen of the TROOP of NORTH- AMPTON. VOLUNTEER CAVALRY, are requested to meet on the MARKET- HILL, in NORTH- AMPTON, in marching Order ( without Over- alls), on WEDNESDAY the 17th Instant, at Half- past Four in the Afternoon. WILLIAM KERR, Captain- Commandant. ith April, 1805. ( PT The Roll will be called precisely at Five. * » * The Troop will remain embodied'till the 19th Instant inclusive. the' days of Mr. . Speaker Onslow, they were per- mitted to enter the Royal Presence in boots. It is not yet settled who is to succeed Lord Melville, as First Lord of the Admiralty. All the new Ministerial arrangements which will take place in consequence of,, Jus- removal, it is ex- pected, will be made during the Easter recess. Parliamentary enquiries are about to be insti- tuted into the accounts of expenditure, and other applications of the public money, throughout till the offices of the Empire, for the last seven years. The army, and the barrack departments, it is said, are to come under immediate investigation. This Day is published, THE GARDENER'S CALENDAR, on a single 1 Sheet; shewing at one View the Number of Crops, the Time of Planting and Sowing, for each Month in the Year. Northampton: Printed by Dicey & Sutton, for W. Birdsall.— Price Three- pence. LEIGHTON- BUZZARD, BEDS. MESSRS. STONE & COOPER, LINEN and WOOLLEN - DRAPERS, and UNDER- TAKERS, beg Leave to inform the Undertakers in general, they have a HEARSE to LETT, in excellent Condition, with good Horses. Apply as above; or to Mr. WILLIAM RATLIFFE, at the George Intl. Little- Brickhill, Bucks. OAK TIMBER. — HARDWICK WOOL> 7~ To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRSHAW, On Tuesday the 23d Day of April, 1805, on the Pre- mises, in HARDWICK WOOD, Northamptonshire, ABOUT TWENTY LOTS of OAK TIMBER, exclusive of the Bark. ( PT The Company are requested to meet the Auc- tioneer at the Wood, at Ten o'Clock in the Morning, and proceed to Sale. WANTED immediately, A YOUNG LADY, as an APPRENTICE to the MILLINERY BUSINESS.— Enquire of M. LOE, Sheep- Street, Northampton. ( A DAY APPRENTICE is also WANTED. WANTED immediately, A JOURNeyMAN" PLUMBER, GLAZIER, and PAINTER, who may meet with constant Employ by applying to JOHN ODELL, Plumber, Wellingborough. COACHMAN WANTED. WANTED, A YOUNG MAN, as COACH- MAN in a Gentleman's Family. ( Enquire of J. ABEL, Northampton. To be SOLD, AFREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, most eligibly situated in the MARKET- SQUARE, in the Town ot NORTHAMPTON, now in the Oc- cupation of Mr. Daniel Griffiths. ( PT Enquire of Mr. ABBEY, Solicitor, North- ampton. NORTHAMPTON.— GENTEEL RESIDENCE. To be L E T T, And may be entered upon at Midsummer next, AGenteel HOUSE, situate in SAINT- GILES'S- SQUARE, NORTHAMPTON; consisting of a Dining- parlour, Drawing- Room, suitable Bedcham- bers, and Attics; Kitchen, BrewhouSe, Cellars, Yard, Garden, and convenient Appurtenances. ( The House is in good Repair, and will be found a desirable Situation. %* F'or further Particulars, enquire of Mr. KIR- SHAW, Surveyor and Auctioneer, Northampton. To be L E T T, And may be entered upon immediately, rpwo or THREE good ROOMS,' completely .1. furnished, one as a Dining and Sitting- Room, the others for Sleeping, all on the first Floor, in Front of a large House, pleasantly situated in Thrapston, with the Use of a back Kitchen, and other Out- door Offices, if required. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. SAMUEL BEAL, Draper, Thrapston, Northamptonshire. To be SOlD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, In the Lordship of WATFORD, in the County of Northampton, ABOUT SEVEN TONS of exceeding rich well- got HAY. ( J3" To purchase, and for a View of the same, apply to S. TAYLOR, Shepherd, at Watford aforesaid. By MASON & SON, On Thursday the IStli Day of April inst. at the Sign of the Plough, in East- Haddon, in the County of Northampton, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, ' unless disposed of in the mean Time by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given, ALL those THREE CLOSES, or INCLOSED GROUNDS, of exceeding rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, with their Ap purtenances, situate, lying, and being in EAST- HADDON aforesaid; containing twenty- four Acres, or thereabouts, now in the Occupation ot Mr. Henry Main, and adjoining the Turnpike- Road leading from the Town of Northampton to Dunchurch. Each Close is well supplied with Water, and there is also a new. built Barn upon the Premises, which renders this a very desirable Purchase. For a View of the Estate, apply to Mr. WILLIAM MAIN, of East- Haddon; and for further Particulars, to Mr. HENRY MAIN, of Great- Bring- ton; or to Mr. HOWES, Solicitor, or the AUC- TIONEERS, in Northampton. Valuable Live and Dead Stoclt, THURLEIGH BERRY FARM. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J. KILPIN, On the Premises, on Tuesday and Wednesday the 23d and 24th of April, 1805, the valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, WAGGON, CARTS, IMPLEMEN TS in HUSBANDRY, DAIRY and BREWING UTEN- SILS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, of the late Mr. EDMUND WARD, at BERRY FARM, in the Parish of THURLEIGH, in the County of Bedford; consisting of 150 Ewes and Lambs, 162 Tegs, 22 Theaves and Shearhogs, and 15 Gist Ewes; l. i useful stout Draught Horses, two Two- year- old Fillies, one yearling Ditto, and a Poney, three Years old, by Mr. Higgins's Scott; three barren Cows, one In- calf Ditto, three new- milch Ditto, two fat Ditto, and five In- calf Heifers; ten fat Hogs, three Sows, one In- pig Ditto, and 21 sto. e Pigs; stout Narrow- wheel Waggon, seven Carts, Harness for sixteen Horses; large Horse- Hoe; Seed and pil- low Ploughs; Harrows; two Oak Rolls; Cow and Sheep- Cribs; Hog - Troughs; seven large Hovel- l- rames ; Barn Tackle in general ; Bean and Malt- Mills; a large Quantity of Plough Timber; If) Dozen of Hurdles and Stakes; Elm Boards and Ash Poles ; a large Quantity of old Iron, Sec. tec. HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, and DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS; consisting of Four- post Sacking- bottom Bedsteads and Furniture; Canopy Bedsteads and Ditto; four Stump Bedsteads; four Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows; four Flock Beds, two Mattresses, Quilts, and Blankets; Sheets, Table and other Linen ; a good Eight- Day Clock; Bullet; Pier and Swing Glasses; Mahogany and Oak Dining, Tea, and Dress- ing Tables; Walnut Tree and Oak Chests of Drawers; Bureau; Chamber and Kitchen Chairs; Hanging Press; Oak Linen- Chests; two Bath Stoves; large Copper Boilers, Kettles, Pots, and Pans i a Quantity of Pewter, Sec.; Six- dozen Churn and Frame, on Brasses, eight Milk- Leads, Milk- Kimnels, and Pans; two large Salting- Leads; Flour- Binns ; 54- Gallon Brewing Copper and Grate, 22- Gallon Brass Furnace and Ditto, Eight- bushel Mash- Vat, Tubs, Trays, and sundry Barrels, with various other Articles. TOWN OF BEDFORD. To be SO L D bv AUCTIO N, By STANTON & SON, At the Swan Inn, Bedford, on Friday, April 26th, 1805, at Six o'Clock in the Evening, AValuable Freehold RESIDENCE, desirably . situate in the Town of BEDFORD aforesaid; comprising a large and convenient Freehold Dwelling- House, Part bricked and Part tiled, situate in Potter- Street, in the Parish of St. Mary, late in the Occu- pation of Mrs. Tapp, and contains four Rooms on the Ground Floor, a Kitchen, three Pantries, and a good Cellar; seven good Bedchambers, three Staircases ( which render the House capable of being divided into three distinct Apartments); a Pump with good Water; also a large Tiled Building, formerly used as a Malting, and which, at a tinall be converted into Cottages, or adapted for the Purposes of Trade; a good Garden, well planted, and a Piece of fine rich Sweard, at the Back of the House, by Estimation 1A. 2R. partly inclosed by a Stone Wall", from which is a back Way into the Boy- and- Oar- Lane. ( pT The Premises, occupying a Space in Front of 160 Feet, are sufficiently extensive for carrying on any Trade, at the same Time offering an Opportunity ot Building to great Advantage.— The Whole is Freehold and Tyt'he- free.— Land- Tax £. 1 10s. Quit- Rent 9s. per Annum. *** May be seen by applying to Mrs. NEALE, on the Premises. N. B. Particulars may be had at the Swan, Biggles- wade; George, Potton; King's- Arms, Ampthill; George, Baldock; at the Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneers, Hitchin.— Conditions will be produced at the Time of Sale. Valuable Oak Timber Trees and Poles. To be S O L D by AUCTION, By EDWARD NEALE, At the House of James Hunt, known by the Sign of the Sussex- Arms, in Brandon, in the Parish of Woolston, near Coventry, on Tuesday the 23d Day of April instant, at Twelve o'Clock in the Forenoon, in six Lots, UPWARDS of 1000 OAK TIMBER TREES and POLES, standing in the Quicken- Tree Wood; 2: 30 more OAK TIMBER TREES, growing in the Great Wood; 316 OAK TIMBER TREES and POLES, growing in the Pate Wood; and 36 other OAK TIMBER TREES, growing in the Field, called the Plough; all situate in Brandon aforesaid. ( pr The above are well deservihg the Attention of Builders, being clear and well- hearted Timber. *** WILLIAM COLTMAN, of Brandon, will shew the different Lots; and for further Particulars, apply to Mr. CALDECOTT, Attorney at Law, in Rugby; or Mr. MARTIN, Carpenter, in Dunchurch. ESTATES IN RUSHDEN, IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN YORK, On Saturday the 27th Day of this instant April, 1805, at the Green- Dragon Inn, in Higham- Ferrers, in the said County, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to- such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced, ALL those TWO new- erected MESSUAGES . or TENEMENTS, with the Butcher's Shop, Slaughter- House, Stable, Barn, Outbuildings, Or- chard, Garden, and Close of about two Acres, there- unto adjoining and belonging, situate in RUSHDEN aforesaid, and in the Occupation of Gill. And also, all those THREE TENEMENTS, with the Orchard adjoining, containing about Half an Acre, situate in RUSHDEN aforesaid, and in the Occu- pation of Sarjeant, Baker, and another. ( pf For further Particulars, apply to Mr. Thomas Shelton, of Higham- Ferrers aforesaid; or to Mr. Goodhall, Solicitor, Wellingborough. To COVER, this Season, 1805, ~ At One Guinea each Mare, and Half- a- Crown the Groom ( the Groom to be paid at the Time of Covering, and the Guinea at Midsummer next), tHE noted well- bred Chesnut Horse, FENCER, _ L late the Property of Sir Edward Smythe, Bart, now of JOHN BULL, ROTHWELL, Northamptonshire. fST He is fifteen Hands three Inches high, with freat Powers, and of a remarkably grand Shape, & c.— le was got by Lothario, his Dam by Trim, a Son of Old Regulus; his Dam, Coughing- Polly, by Bart- lett's Childers; Lothario's Dam was by Latli, own Bro- ther to the celebrated Cade, & c.— He is a remarkably sure Foal- getter; and his Stock is line, full of Bone, and make very capital Hunters. *** During the Season lie will be at Rothwell every Sunday ( in the Afternoon) and Monday; at the Hind, Harborough, every Tuesday; at the Angel, Welling- borough, every Wednesday; at the George, Kettering, every Thursday and Friday; at the King's- Arm,, Northampton, every Saturday; and at the Coach- and- Horses, Brixworth, every Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. • All the Live and Part of the Dead Stock will be sold on the first Day.— Six Months' Credit on all Purchases above ten Pounds, on approved joint Secu- rity.— The Sale to begin each Day at Ten o'Clock. The early Attendance of the Company is re- questtj, on Account of the great Number of Lots, and the Whole will be sold without Reserve. N. B. Catalogues to be had at Webb's Printing- Office, Bedford; Falcon Inn, St. Neots and Bletsoe; White- Lion, Kimbolton; at all the adjacent Towns; and of the Auctioneer, Bedford, Agent to the Norwich Fire- Office. OXFORDSHIRE AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE FREEHOLD ESTATE. To be SOLD by AUCTIO N, By Messrs. WINSTANLEY & SON, At Garraway's Coffee- House, Cornhill, London, on Tuesday the 18th ot June next, at Twelve o'Clock, IN ONE LOT, WARKWORTH CASTLE, with the MANOR and ESTATE, in the County of Northamp- ton, situated on the Verge of the Northern Part of Oxfordshire, and within two Miles of Banbury ; con- sisting of the Mansion House and Offices ( the latter newly erected), with the Park, Woodlands, Planta- tions, Fish- Ponds, and the Manor in Hand ; together with fourcapital Farms, well timbered, occupied by the most respectable Tenants from Year to Year, capable of great Improvement; and about fifteen Dwelling- Houses, in the Village of Overthorpe, ad- joining the Park, lett distinct from the Farms. ( pf" The Estate, which is in a Ring Fence, con- tains in the Whole 1073 Acres of capital Land, a very small Proportion of which is Arable, the Rest Mea- dow and Pasture Ground, Tythe- free, bounded by the River Cherwell on one Side, over which there is a Right of Fishery.— Possession may be had of the Mansion and about 100 Acres of Land immediately, and the Remainder at Lady. Day, 1806. %* Mr. Thomas Dickens, at the Castle, - will shew the Estate; and printed Particulars, with a Plan thereof prefixed, may be had at the Red- Lion and White- Lion, Banbury ; Star, Oxford; George, North- ampton; King's- Head, Coventry; Wille's Coftee- House, Serle- Street, Lincoln's- Inn; and at the Office of Messrs. Bignell & Wykham, Banbury; and of Messrs. Winstanley & Son,' Paternoster- Row, London. N. B. The Estate may be viewed after the first Week in April, upon receiving Tickets of Mr. Bignell for that Purpose; at which Time the Particulars may be had as above. TURNPIKE - TOLLS TO LETT. NOTICE is hereby giv'en, That a Meeting of the Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament for repairing the Highways from Old- Stratford, in the County of Northampton, to Dunchurch, in the County of Warwick, will be held, by Adjournment, at the SARACEN'S HEAD INN, in TOWCESTER, in the said County of Northampton, on THURSDAY the SIXTEENTH Day of MAY next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon of the same Day, for trans- acting such Matters as shall be then thought necessary for repairing the said Highways; at which Time and Place the TOLLS arising at the four several Toil- Gates on the same Highways, called OLD- STRATFORD GATE, TOWCESTER GATE, STOW- HILL GATE, and DRAYTON- LANE GATE, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder or Bidders, between the Hours of Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon and Three of the Clock in the Afternoon of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George the Third, for regulating Turnpike- Roads. ( PI" Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders must forthwith pay Fifty Pounds in Advance for each Gate, and produce sufficient Sureties, and give Security, for Payment of the Residue of the Rents at such Time or Times as shall be then agreed on between them and the said Trustees. By Order of the said T rustees, A. MIERES, their Clerk. Daventry, 12th April, 180p. SALE OF OAK TIMBER, BARK, AND TOP WOOD. To be SOLD by AUCTION, In Lots, at the Duke's- Anns Inn, in Geddington, in the County of Northampton, on Thursday the 25th Day of April, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, ONE HUNDRED and SIXTY- SEVEN OAK TIMBER TREES, with their TOPS and BARK, now standing in GEDDINGTON CHACE, in the said County, and marked and numbered. ( PS* Wst, LONG, of Geddington- Chace Lodge, the Coppice- Keeper, will shew the Timber, and furnish Particulars of each Lot. LeMINeTON SpA, near Warwick. To be peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, By DANIeL FROST, At the New Inn, in Lemington, on Wednesday the first Day of May next, and entered upon imme- diately, AFREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the Shops, Outbuildings, Garden, and Appurtenances, desirably situated in the Village of LEMINGTON aforesaid, lately in the Occupation of, and belonging to, William Biggs, deceased. ifT These Premises are in that Part of. the Village where the salubrious and much- frequented Salt- Springs abound, and adjoin Mrs. Abbotts';, at the Public Baths ; are opposite, the Original Spring ( where a free Bath and Pump- Room are erecting), and are well , worth the Attention of those ' who frequent Lemington in the Bathing Season. *** The principal Part of the Purchase Money may remain secured upon the Premises.— To view the same, apply to the AUCTIONEER, in Warwick. L0NDon, April 13. PARIS Papers to the 4th instant, have been received, and Dutch to the 7th; but thev bring no particulars of any importance.— One of the Paris Journals of the date of April lst, states that the Toulon fleet, augmented to twelve sail of the line, is again in a complete condition for sea. No further news is yet received from the West- Indies. It is expected with much anxiety. Letters from Deal state, that several of the Boulogne flotilla are on shore; and add, that Captain M'Leod, of the Cygnet, distinctly counted seventeen sail of the flotilla completely wrecked, eight of which were large brigs. Thursday both Houses of Parliament adjourned for the holidays. About four o'clock the Speaker, attended by about 30 of the Members, went up to St. James's, to lay before his Majesty a copy of the resolutions relative to Lord Melville, which passed the House on Monday evening. The at- tendance was expected to have been far more nu- merous; but the few who did attend, were most graciously received by his Majesty, who, after hearing the resolutions read by the Speaker, thanked them for their care and attention to the public interest. His Majesty's coming to town on Thursday was so very unexpected, that the Officers of the Court only knew of it bv express, at twelve o'clock, from Windsor. Many of the Members of the House of Commons were so unprepared for it, that they went to St. James's in their morning dresses; there being a precedent to that effect, in NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, April 13. Mr. BIRDSALL, Stationer, NORTHAMPTON, has just received an elegunt PRINT of the YARDLEY OAK, celebrated by " WILLIAM COWPER, esq. taken on the Spot ( dedicated, with Permission, to the Earl of Northampton, whose Property it is,) IS Inches by 1( 3.— The Price, plain, 5s.; Proofs, 10s.; in Colours, 10s. >< « » > » — MARRIED.] Lately, the Rev. Thomas Postle- thwaite, rector of leigh, in Rutland, to Miss Elizabeth Satterthwaite, daughter of John Sat- terthwaite, Esq. of Lancaster. On Sunday se- nnight, Mr. Neal, grocer and draper, of Great- Hale, Lincolnshire, to Miss Roe, of Peterborough. On Monday se'nnight, Mr. Jesimiel Smith, silk- man, to Mrs. Elizabeth Owen, both of Coventry. DIED,] Lately, in Bengal, in the East- India Company's civil service, Sir Arthur Hesilrige, Bart. In the East Indies, near Benares, aged 50, the Rev. Donald M'Kinnon, D. D. vicar of Clav- brook, Leicestershire. On Monday se'nnight, Mr. William Nixon, late a cheese- factor of Coventry, one of the society of Friends. Same day, at Adderbury, Oxfordshire, after an illness of four months," which she bore, with exemplary cheerfulness and christian- like resigna- tion, in the 23d year of her age, Susanna, the wife of Robert Wells, Esq. of Wormleighton, in the county of Warwick, and younger and surviving daughter of John Barber, Esq. of Adderbury aforesaid. Lately, at Cublington, near Aylesbury, aged 52, Thomas Hedges, Esq. one of the firm in the Vale of Aylesbury Bank. On Wednesday se'nnight, aged 60, at Ulcomb, in the county of Kent, the Rev. Fitzherbert Adams, of Charwelton, in this county. On Thursday se'nnight, Mr. W. L. Marshall, an eminent surgeon and apothecary, of Chipping- Norton, Oxfordshire. Last week, at Cambridge, Mr. Robert Peck, formerly a brush- maker in Pump- lane, in which business he acquired considerable property. On Thursday last, Mr. Place Steevenson, of this town. We are happy to state, from indisputable au- thority, that the paragraph inadvertently copied into our last from the London papers, reflecting on the character of an amiable Lady of high rank, is totally without foundation, no " such gambling transaction having taken place as is therein, with equal confidence and malignity, asserted. The expected appearance of the Young RosciuS at the Coventry Theatre, on Monday last, was put a stop to by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, w ho caused it to be notified to the Manager, that he would be under the necessity of enforcing the law against him, if the Theatre should be opened for any species of dramatic performance during Passion week. We have the pleasure to inform the public, that a few days ago the sum of IBs. 6d was paid into the hands of the treasurer of the General Infirmary in this town, by Samuel Isted, Esq. treasurer of the Pytchley Hunt, being the amount of the Pytchley Infirmary- Box, towards carrying on the charitable designs of that excellent insti- tution. Nathaniel Pomfret Williams, Esq. in compliance with a request made by his great- uncle, the late Rev. Robert Pomfret, has paid into the hands of the treasurer ot the Bedford Infirmary the sum of „£. 50, to be applied to the general purposes of that institution. On Friday se'nnight the Royal- Oak public- house, in Bridge- street, Cambridge, was broke open and robbed of cash to the amount of d- 114, by some persons unknown. On Thursday night last the house of Widow Price, the upper end of Horse- Market, in this town, was broke open during the absence of the poor woman ( who was attending upon a sick per- son) by some plunderers, who, after rummaging all the drawers, & c. stole from one of them about £. 60 in cash, which was deposited in a tea- caddie, the hard earnings of many years added to the sale of some articles of furniture she had lately dis- posed of, in drder to make up a sum to place out at interest as a future support. Notwithstanding every article of apparel, & c. was turned out of the drawers, nothing appears to have been taken away except the money. It fi> scarcely necessary to mention into what distress this villauy has plunged an industrious woman: we have little doubt, however, that the hand of benevolence, ever open to relieve the distressed, will be extended to alleviate her loss. Small donations from the affluent in this town and neighbourhood, might, in the aggregate, amount to a sum that, in this instance, would make the widow's heart to leap for joy." On Monday last an inquisition was taken at Fenny- Stratford, Bucks, before Mr. Allen, Coroner for that county, on view of the body of Hannah llazle, a child about eight years old, who on Sun- day last fell into the Grand Junction Canal, w hile at play with other children, and was unfortunately drowned. Verdict— Accidental death. ( J3* Several advertisements which did not come to hand till this morning, are unavoidably postponed till next week.— We must again request our correspondents will send their orders earlier in the week, to prevent disappointment. PRICE of CORN per Quarter at Northampton, Saturday, April 13. To the CREDITORs of HENRY THEOBALDS, late of feNNy- STRATfoRD, in the County oj Bucks, Innholdcr. ALL Persons who have delivered in a: i Account of their Demands on the said HENRY THEOBALDS to Mr. Willis, of Leighton- Bussard, Solicitor, may instantly, by applying to him, receive a Composition of five Shillings in the Pound for their respective Debts out of thc Monies made ot the Effects of the said Henry Theobalds; and all Persons who shall not apply and receive such Composition before the first Day ot May next, will be excluded from the Benefit thereof, and of receiving the same. leighton. Bussard, 25th March, 1805. thE SECRETARY at WAR 30th MARCH, 1805. tHE CREDITORS of Mr. WILLIAM ADAMS, of DAVENTRY, in the County of Northampton, Carrier, who have executed the Deed of Trust, are desired immediately to deliver a particular Debtor and Creditoi Account, in Writing, of their respective Demands at the Counting- House of the said Mr. Adams, in order that the Balances may be ascertained previous to the Dividend, which will be forthwith declared; and those Creditors who have not yet exe- cuted the Deed, are desired to apply for that Purpose at Mr. Burton's Office, in Daventry, or they will be excluded the Dividend. _ 12th FEBRUARY, 1805. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause PIERSON against Bloome, the Creditors of THOMAS BLOOME, formerly of AUBERFORD, in the County of York, and late oj DAvENTRY, in the County of Northampton, Land- Surveyor. deceased ( who died on or about the 4,' n o. June, 1798), are to come in and prove their Debts before James Stanley, Esq. one of the Masters of the sa: d Court, at his Chambers, in Southampton- Buildings. Chancery- Lane, London, on or before the twentieth Day of May, 1805; or in Default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. WINSLOW, 21st March, 1805. NOTicE is hereby given, That the next Half- yearly of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Wendover to Buckingham, in the Comity of Bucks, will be held at the BELL INN, in WINSLOW, in the said County, on FRIDAY the 19th Da. of APRIL ne. XT at Eleven of the Clock in the forenoon. LANCELOT WYATT, Clerk to the said Trustees. HOUGHTON- REGIS, 13th April, 1805. NOTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arismg at the Toll- Gate upon the Turnpike- Road at or near Barton, in the County of Bedford, called or known by the Name of BARTON TOLL- GATE, will be LETT by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the Flouse of THOMAS COOK, being the GEORGE INN, in LUTON, in the said County, on MONDAY the 20th Day of MAY next, between the Hours of Eleven in the Forenoon and two in the Afternoon, in thc Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George thc Third, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads; which Tolls were last lett for the Term of three Years at the yearly Rent of one Hundred and twenty- three Pounds, antl will be put up at that Sum. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Payment of the Runt agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. J. LESLEY, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road. CONTRACTS FOR COAL and CANDLES Commissary. General's-. Office, London, ith April, 1805. WANTED, for the Barracks in the undcr- mentioned Counties in England, and for North- Britain, and the Islands of Guernsey and Al- derney, such Quantities of COAL and CANDLES as may, from Time to Time, be required by the re- spective Barrack- Masters for the fime being.— The Deliveries to commence on the 25th June next, and to continue till the 24th June following. Proposals for supplying Coal, made separately for each Countv, North Britain, and the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Alderney, sealed up, and marked " Tender for Coals;" as also for Candles, sealed up, and marked " Tender for Candles;" will b- received at this Office any Day ( Sundays excepted) until the 1st of Mav next, but none wj. ll be received after Twelve o'Clock on that Day; and if sent by Post, the Postage must be paid. Particulars of the Contracts may be had upon Ap- plication at this Office, or at Mr.' Deputy- Commis- sary- General Assiotte's Office, Edinburgh, between the Hours of Ten and Four. deeming it ( - important that the most extensive Circulation should be given to the Regulations introduced into the Mutiny Act of the present Session, relative to Ap- prent'nes enlisting into the Regular Forces, has directed public Notice to be given, that it is enacted, " That if any Person, duly bound as an Apprentice, shall enlist as a Soldier in His Majesty's Land Forces, and shall take the Oath prescribed to be taken on At- testation, every such Person so offending, and being thereof duly convicted, shall be, and is hereby de- clared to be, subject and liable to such Pains and Penalties as, by any Laws now in being, any Persons convicted of wilful and corrupt Perjury are subject and liable to." And that it is further enacted, " That no Master shall be entitled to claim any Apprentice, who shall, after tbs passing of this Act, enlist as a Soldier in His Majesty's Land Service, unless such Master shall, within one Calendar Month after such Apprentice shall have absconded or left his Service, go before some Justice of the Peace, or Ma- gistrate, and, before such Justice of the Peace, or Magistrate, take the following Oath, and produce the Certificate of such Justice of the Peace, or Magistrate, of his having taken such Oath:—" FORM OF THE OATH. I of do make Oath, that I am, by Trade, a and that was bound to serve as an Apprentice to me in the said T: ade, bv Indenture dated the Day of for thc Term of Years; and that the said did, on or about the Day of abscond and quit my Service, without my Consent; and that, to the best of my Knowledge and Belief, the said is aged about Years. As witness my Hand, at the Day of One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sworn before me at this Day of One Thousand Eight Hundred and By Order of the Secretary at War, F. MOORE, Deputy- Secretary. TURNPIKE- ROAD MEETING. NOTICE is hereby given, That the General Annual Meeting of the Trustees of the Turn- pike- Road from the East Endof Bromham Bridge, in the County of Bedford, to the Turnpike- Road leading from Wellingborough to Olney, in the County of Bucks ; and also the Road from the said Turnpike- Road at or near the South End of the Town of Olney aforesaid, to the Turnpike- Road leading from North- ampton to Newport- Pagnell, in the same County; will be held at the BULL INN, in OLNEY aforesaid, on THURSDAY in EASTER WEEK, being the 18th Day of APRIL instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. JOHN GARRARD, Clerk to the Trustees. Olney, April itlr, 1805. To COVER, this Season, 1805, At Two Guineas each Mare, and 2s. 6d. the Groom, FARMER's GLORY; the Property of JOHN HIGGINS, of HIGHAM- PARK, Northampton- shire.— He is sixteen Hands one Inch high, remark- ably full of Bone, and has short Legs.— He was got by that capital Stallion R. T. of Mr. John Patrick's, of Thorney Fen; R. T. was got by Mr. Wood's Horse, of Packington, which was well known by all Judges to be one of the first Stallions in England.— His Dam was got by Mr. Buck's Horse, of Billingborough, Lincolnshire, which was sold in March, 1792, at 13 Years old, for 130 Guineas. ( pi" The above Horse will attend at Lutterworth, Rugby, Swinford, and Daventry. ***' The 2s. 6d. to be paid at the Time of Covering, and the £. 2 2s. at Old Midsummer- Day next.— All barren Mares at Half Price. N. B. The other Horses belonging to J. Higgins will travel the same as last Year. NOTICE TO DEBTORS. ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of the late Mr. PETER CREAK, of YELDON, Bedford- shire, deceased, are desired to pay the Amount ot their Debts to Mr. B. Welstead, of Kimbolton, on or before the lst Day of May next, or they will be immediately sued for the same without further Notice. No. 4, Cornhill, and 9, Charing- Cross, London^ BISH, Contractor for the present grand I. . Lottery, assures the Public, that the Sale of Tickets and Shares far exceeds his sanguine Ex- pectations. The Price at present ( notwithstanding the Scheme is universally allowed to be the richest in Capital Prizes ever known) is moderate, but, as the Drawing approaches, the Price will rise; and it may not be amiss to remind his Friends, that_ in the late Lottery Tickets rose to £. 11 before the Drawing began, and every Ticket was sold before the Lottery was half finished. ( pT Persons in the Country may be supplied with Tickets and Shares, by sending ( Post- paid) good Bills, Bank Notes, Cash, or Post- Office Orders, as above. ~ WORM TEA, or TEA of HEALTH; fIVE HUNDRED BASKETS of fine NEW MALAGA RAISINS are now open for the Inspection of ' Families and the Public, andare selling at the reduced Price of 48s. per Cwt. at ELIZ. EAGLETON's old- established Tea and Spice Ware- house, 83, NEWGATE- STREET, LONDON; Congou and Souchong Teas, from 5s. 6d. to 8s. per lb.; very curious Caper Soucholig, in small Chinese Packages, 10s. per lb.; Green Tea, from 5s. 8d. to 10s. per lb.; best imported Gunpowder, lis. to 12s. par lb.; good Plantation Coffee, 4s. to 5s. per lb.; genuine Turkey Ditto, 6s. 6d. per lb. The cheapest and most serviceable Teas to Families, & c. are the Souchongs at fis. fid. and 7s.; Greens at 7s. 8s. and 9s.— Raw and refined Sugars sold at prime Cost to accommodate her Customers.— To DEALERS, genuine Chests of Congou and Green Teas, at one Penny per lb. Profit on the original Cost, or Importation Price; or broke out in Parcels of 12and6lbs. on Terms equally advantageous. pr* Families who wish to make Wine, would do Right to make an early Application, as the Fruit now offered is particularly finej and the Price much lower than at any other House in London. LOTTERIES Restored to their original State, And TICKETS AND SHARES SELLING BY J. BRANSCOMB, One of thc original Contractors for the last, likewise the present Lottery, and Proprietor of the lucky Lottery- Offices, No. 11, HOLBORN, and 37, CORNHILL; HERE the first £. 30,000 ever shared was sold in one Half, one Quarter, one Eighth, and two Sixteenths; also the first Blank ever en- titled to £. 20,000, No. 37,247, was sold in one Quarter, three Eighths, and six Sixteenths; Ind where Two of the Twenty Thousand Pound Prizes, in the first and second Lotteries for 1804, were sold as follows, viz. — No. 9219, in one Half, one Quarter, one Eighth, and two Sixteenths; and No. 11,643, in one Quarter, three Eighths, and six Sixteenths; and where the following Capital Prizes have been sold, shared, and registered, namely, To COVER, this Season, 1805, At THOMAS ODELL'S, Dealer in Horses, WOBURN, Bedfordshire, GALLOPER, late the Property of Mr. Thomas Coleman, of Billington, at One Guinea each Mare, and half- a- Crown the Groom. — GALLOPER was got by that noted Horse Fidget, whicii was pur- chased by the late Duke of Bedford of Richard Veri. cn, Esq. for 2t> 00 Guineas ; when thiee Years old he won upwards of 8000 Guineas; His Dam by Young Mor- wick Ball.— Galloper is a remarkably healthy Horse, and Master of fourteen Stone, is an excellent Hunter, very temperate, and a good Leaper. He will attend the following Markets:— I. eighton, every Tuesday ; Dunstable, every Wednesday ; Hemel- liempstead, every Thursday ; Newport, every Satur- day ; and at Home the Remainder of '. lie Week during the Season.— The Money to be paid at the Time of Covering, or at Midsummer next. ftT?" His Stock is very premising, now rising three id four Y'ears old. W] BRITISH FIRE- OFFICE, LONDON. INSURANCE is granted by this Office on I- Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Ships, and all ' Goods> Merchandize, FARM1NG- SIOCK, and other Property, from Loss or Damage by Fire. The Directors return their Thanks to the Public for the unprecedented Preference given by them to this Office: 1 hey are happy to find, that the Plans they have adopted for the Improvement in Fire- insurances have given such general Satisfaction, and that, through thdir Exertions, the Business is better understood, and its Advantages rendered more generally beneficial. They beg to recommend their Mode of Insurance on Agricultural Stock, the Premium upon which is 2s. 6d. per Cent. only. The Office grants Insurances for Periods short of a Year; and makes good Loss by Fire from Lightning. Receipts for Insurances becoming due at Lady. Day are in the Hands of their Agents, in the principal Cities and Towns, who will deliver Proposals, with the Rates of Insurance, gratis. __ ROBERT SKELTON, Sec. ( PR Messrs. FLETCHER and DODD, Agents at NORTHAMPTON. For RHEUMATISMS, RHEUMATIC GOUT LUMBAGO, NUMBNESS, PALSY, CHIL- BLAINS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, Sec. *** Schemes gratis, and every Particular relative to the present Lottery, may be had of Mr. BIRDSALL, LICENSED for NORTHAMPTON. The. lith of NEXT MONTH THE LOTTERY BEGINS DRAWING. S C H E M E. No. of Prizes. Value of each. Total Value. of HARDY's new- invented BLACKING- POW- DER ( patronized by, and used for, the King and Royal Family), with Half the usual Trouble, pro- duces the most fashionable and elegant jet Lustre to boots, Dress Show, Cartouch- Boxes, Ladies' black Boots, Clogs, & c. As the above Composition is neither Japan nor Varnish, it will not crust upon the Boot, which occasions DEC\ Y ; but, on the Contrary, will soften and meliorate the Leather, repel Water, withstand Heat, and retain its Virtues in all Climates. It neither soils the Finger, nor smells disagreeably. Is. and Is. fid. per Box. Also, A MIXTURE, CREAM, and LIQUID, which so excellently restores, preserves, and beautifies the Tops of Boots.— The Cream keeps the pale Colour; Is. fid. The Liquid, for brown or tan, Is. The Mix- ture is for the Purpose of taking out Ink or any Stain; 3s. per Bottle.— The Genuine are signed " Robert Hardy, 3, Barnard's- Inn, Holborn, london." Sold by him ; the Printers of this Paper and their Newsmen ; and most Booksellers, Perfumers, and Venders of Medicine in the Kingdom. ( j3T This Blacking- Powder is particularly recom- mended to Dealers, and for Exportation, from the Closeness of Packing, Lightness of Carriage, and not being subject to Loss, as most Liquids are, from the breaking of Bottles, fermenting, & c. WESTMINSTER LIEF. INSURANCE AND ANNUITY OFFICE, STRAND, and CORN HI L L, LONDON. PERSONS desirous of providing for their Families or Dependants, may, by an Annual Payment, secUrr to their Widows, Children, or any other Person, either an Annuity for the remainder of Life, or a gross Sum to be paid at their Decease. Insurances may be made tor a Variety of other Pur poses:— To provide for Renewal of Leases; to secure Sums paid for Places or Employments, or for the Purchase of Life Estates; or in Aid of Arrangements between Debtor and Creditor, See. See. VOLUNTEERS. It being represented to the Directors, that many Persons engaged in the VOLUNTEER SERVICE might wish to secure some Provision for their Families or nearest Connections, in Case of accidentally felling Victims to the unavoidable Casualties of tfra Service", the Board considering the same, observe, that the GENERAL SCHEME of the Society is intended to secure a Provision on the Event of Death, whether from natural or accidental Causes; yet wishing to embrace, singly or collectively, every Object in iheir npHE following recent Instances of the Efficacy L of WHITEHEAD'S ESSENCE of MUSTARD are published at the Request of the Parties, for the Benefit of others:— SIR,— Before I had Recourse to your celebrated Essence of Mustard, for two Months', I was under the Necessity of using Crutches; but I hereby certify ( for the Benefit of others) 1 was petfectly cured by taking a few Boxes of . he Mustard Pills, and applying a few Bottles of the fluid Essence, which I purchased of W. Ferrand, Chemist, Stockton. Yours, W. GARBUTT. Hambleton Hills, near Stockton, Yorkshire, January 3, 1805. Mr. Garbutt is a very respectable Farmer, universally known in the Neighbourhood ot Stockton. SIR,— 1 have much Pleasure in acquainting yeu, that your Pills and Essence of Mustard have relieved Numbers of Rheumatic Persons in our Neighbourhood this Winter; among the Rest a Mr. Brooks, Baker, of Pinchbeck, who was unable to follow his Business, or even use his Arms; but 011 taking the Mustard Pills, and applying the fluid Essence, he was very soon re- stored to his usual Health and Strength. These Cir- cumstances have necessarily increased tile Demand for it; I request, therefore, tlut„ you will send mean immediate Supply, by the first Conveyance; and am, Sir, yours, & c. Spalding, Jan. 27, 1805. T. ALBIN. It is prepared and sold, at 2s. 9d. each Bottle of Box, by R. Johnston, Apothecary, No. 15, Greek- Street, Soho, London; and may' be had of Dicey & Sutton, Northampton; Robins, Daventry; Tuck & Mather, Wellingborough ; and of every other Medicine Vender in the United Kingdom. *„* The Genuine is distinguished, by the Govern- ment Stamp being printed black, and the Name of R. Johnston engraved in it. is a pleasing Reflection, particularly to Parents who give it their Children, and is a Fact well known to the Vacuity, that it cannot contain a Particle of that baneful Mineral, Mercury, which is the Basis of most other Worm Medicines. " From the Use of this Tea, Children have been known to grow more in one Month than they did in twelve before; what makes it more recommendable, is, its being as agreeable as common Tea, and in its Operation as innocent, requires no Confinement to the House, or Restraint in Diet.— Price Is. ljd. Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, are appointed the only Wholesale Venders; may be had Retail of the Printers of this Paper, W. Birdsall, and G. Edmonds, Northampton; Robins, Daventry; Tuck & Mather, Wellingborough; and of every other Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom. Extract of a Letter from Mr. George Mason, of Baldock, Herts, dated the 31ST of January, 1805. To Dr. SOLOMON, LIVERPOOL. SIR, I Have the Pleasure to inform you, that the Lady of WILLIAM FULLER, Esq. iiasexperienced a remarkable Cure of a long- standing Nervous Com- plaint, bv the Use of your excellent Medicine the CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD, though many Remedies had been unsuccessfully tried by the Fa- culty.— Two Bottles of the Cordial Balm of Gilead have alone produced the happy Effect, which she had, for a considerable Time, sought for in vain. If fur- ther Information is necessary, Reference tnay he had, by any respectable Enquirer, to the Lady herself, by Letter Post- paid, or to your obedient Servant, GEORGE MASON. Prepared by Dr. SOLOMON, Gilead- House, near Liverpool, in 10s. 6d. and 33s. Bottles; the latter contain four of the former, by which the Purchaser saves nine Shillings. Every genuine Bottle has a Stamp which bears the Proprietor's Name and Address, " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is Felony. Double Postage of all Letters to Dr. Solomon, Li- verpool, must be paid, and his Fee of 10s. 6d. in- closed for Advice. Sold Wholesale and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, also Retail by Marshall, and Edge, North- ampton; Dawson, and Harrod, Harborough ; Marriott, Banbury ; Wilcox, Se Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge, and Tuck and Mather, Wellingborough; Robins, Daventy; Okely, and Smith, Bedford; Fox, St. Neots; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, Lei- cester; by the Printers of the Country Newspapers; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, & c. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scot- land, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Documents noted therein. Of whom may be had. The ANTI - IMPETIGINES, or SOLOMON'S DROPS, for purifying the Blood, and restoring the System when impaired by the imprudent Use of Mer- cury, haye been found the great and only Restorer of Health and Vigour in Disorders where Salivation has repeatedly failed.— Price 10s. 6d.— Family Bottles 33s. The ABSTERGENT LOTION, for removing Eruptions from the Surface of the Human Ejdy.— Price 4s. fid. a Bottle, Dutv included. Also, A new Edition of SOLOMON'S GUIDE to HEALTH.— Price 3s. SIR, York, Sept. 6th, 1804 ITake the Opportunity of forwarding this.— . The inclosed is the Attestation of Joseph Hewett, which I thought proper to transmit to you; and am, Sir, your obedient Servant, JOSEPH THORNTON, Chemist and Druggist, York. ] SIR,— It is with the greatest Pleasure I acquaint you of the Comfort I now enjoy, from the Use of your invaluable Drops and Lotion, after being afflicted with a violent Scorbutic Eruption, with which my Face was literally covered; this detestable Malady also affected various Parts of my Body, which had baffled all the Efforts of the Faculty to whom I ap- plied for Relief, till I was happily advised to make Trial of your Antiscorbutic Drops and Lotion. One Bottle of each, which I purchased of Mr. Thornton, effectually removed every Appearance of my dis- agreeable Complaint; and now, thank kind Provi- dence, I enjoy perfect Health. The Truth ot the above I am ready to vouch at any Time. ( Signed) JOSEPH HEWETT. Attested by JOSEPH THORNTON. To Mr. J. Lignum, Surgeon, Manchester. These Drops are sold in moulded square Bot- tles, at lis. and 4s. 6d.— One lis. Bottle ii « equal in Quantity to three 4s. 6d. ones. They may be had, Wholesale and Retail, at Mr. LIGNUM'S, NO. 57, Bridge- Street, Manchester; and, by Appointment, of Howard Se Evans, 42, Long- Lane, West- Smithfield; Dicey Se Co. Bow Church- Yard ; Barclay Se Son, 95, Fleet- Market; Shaw & Edwards, 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard; Butler, 4, Cheapside; and Newberv & Sons, 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London; and Retail of Dicev Se Sutton, Northampton; Green Se Taylor, Ampthill; Gardner, Biggleswade; Palgrave, Bedford; Beesley, Banbury ; Robins; Daventry; Ridge, Newark; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Tookey, Oundle; Jacob, Peterborough; Wilcox, Towcester; Paul, St. Ives; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Collis & Dash, ROBERT SKELTON, . Hitchin; Simson, Hertford; Venders of genuine Medicines u. External Appearance necessary in Life. LORD CHESTERFIELD particularly' advises Cleanliness, not only as necessary to Health, but the Success of our Fortunes in Life; and with so slothful a Complaint as any Disease that has the least Analogy to the Scrofula, Indolence will natu- rally prevent cither Sexes from profiting by this ex- cellent Observation.— Eruptions in the Face:— The inconsistent Doctrine of those who recommend external Applications for internal Complaints, is obviated in the following simple Question:— Will the Fur which adheres to the Inside of a Kettle, or Boiler, be re- moved by washing the Outside ? The same Compa- rison may be made respecting the Human Frame: Can an internal Complaint be removed by an external Application? These Questions are left to be an- swered by every Reader, which will shew the Ridi- culousness of inculcating this Doctrine, while the Infallibility of Dr. BRODUM'S BOTANICAL SYRUP is evinced in the extraordinary Cures that daily ap- pear in the Papers, particularly in Cases of the above Nature.— The Motive for publishing this Advertise- ment, is, to secure the Health of the Public from the Danger that attends external Application, which, to our Knowledge, has proved fatal to many who have placed in it an improper Confidence. Bennet- Stieet, Blackfriars- Road, London, SIR, September 1, 1802. I was afflicted, for many Years, with a violent Scorbutic Disorder, which caused large Sores and Blotches on my Legs, Thighs, and Arms, in as much , that I could not walk without excruciating Pain. In 1 this Situation I applied to many of the Faculty, 1 without their being able to effect a Cure. 1 was prevailed on by a Friend of mine to apply to you, and after having taken the Medicines, I soon found mvself free from the Sores, and am now in perfect Health. I am, Sir, your most obedient Servant, W. G. Mrs. LUDFORD, of Artillery- Street, Bermondsey, was afflicted with a Swelling all over her Body ; but taking Dr. BRODUM'S NERVOUS CORDIAL, has found great Relief. WITNESSES,— John Harcourt, Spanish Leather- Dresser, Artillery- Street, Bermondsey; R. Pierce, Coal- Merchant, No. 2, Bermondsey New- Road. ] September 17, 1802. The BOTANICAL SYRUP and RESTORATIVE NER- VOUS CORDIAL to be had at the House, No. 9, Al- bion- Street, Surrey Side of Blackfriars Bridge, in Bottles at £. 1 2s.— lis.— and 6s. Duty included. A. D. SWINTON, thc Proprietor ( Son of Dr. Swinton, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, I^ jndon,) may be consulted from Ten till Three, or by Letter, containing the usual Fee. *** A Five Guinea Bottle contains six at 22s. Sold also by the PRINTERS of this PAPER, and by the following Persons within the Circuit hereof, viz'. Marshall, Northampton, and at his Shop in Harbo- rough; Edge, Northampton, and at his Shops in Wellingborough and Towcester; Nixon, Leicester; Smith, Bedford; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Tookey, Oundle; Beale, Thrapston ; Collis & Dash, Ketter- ing; Robins. Daventry; Tuck & Mather, Wellingbo- rough; Jackson, Peterborough; Newcomb, Printer, Stamford; Wheeler, Aylesbury; Marriott, Banbury; d ot the principal Gallard, Towcester; and by most Booksellers and United Kingdom. Medicine Venders in the three Kingdoms. Mr. MARRIOTT, DRUGGIST, BANBURY, has just received a fresh SUPPLY of LEAKE's PATENT PILLS. 2b Mr. Thomas Taylor, Surgeon, No. 9, Nezc Bridge- Street, London. SIR, EDINBURGH, May 2, 1800. IN the Spring of 1791, I was afflicted with a Venereal Complaint, which I treated with In- difference for five Months, but was then obliged to apply to a regular physician, who put a temporary Stop to the Violence of the Disease ( by Mercurial Applications) for some Time; but growing, in Spite of all Medicine and Advice of the first Gentlemen of the Faculty here, worse and worse for two Years, I was reduced to a State almost unparalleled and beyond Description, being an entire leper, and ulcerated from Head to ' oot. My Head, Throat, Mouth, Nose, Legs, Arms, Lc. have been alternately in Danger of becoming useless j in short, I have had from 20 to 30 eating Ulcers on my Body, and nearly totally deprived of Sight. It would be voluminous to particularize all'my Case— suffice it to say, therc^ never was, nor ever will be, one of a more dangerous, or of a more complicated Nature. I was long looked upon by my Friends, and imagined myself, beyond all Hopes of Recovery; and indeed, in my then Condition, Death , vas preferable to my more fhan miserable State. In : his dreadful Situation did I drag a most miserable Existence, till divine Providence threw in my Way a Newspaper, containing the Case of a Mr. B. ' at Ply- mouth: My Friends read it, I could not.- I sent and procured someof your LEAKE's PATENT PILLS ; by using which, from Time to Time, am now, and have long been, after more than four Years indescrib- able Distress, in as good a State of Health as ever I enjoyed: As a Proof of this, I had a fine, thriving, healthy Child, born to me a fesv Months ago. In Gratitude to God, and in Hopes of rendering ray Fellow- Creatures Service, I request you to publish this; and you may at any Time refer Persons who INCOMPARABLE LOTTERY. 26, CORNBILL, LONDON. HORNSBY & Co. cannot refrain from pointing out the Merit of the present Grand Lottery.— The first.- drawn Ticket, on the 13th of next Month, is entitled to £. 10,000. The Scheme contains twice the Amount of the first- rate Capital Prizes usually introduced into a Lottery consisting of the same N umber of Tickets. This paramount Advantage has caused a serious Demand at their Offices for Tickets and Shar< s in Town and Country. The last Lottery was eagerly bought by the Public at an advanced Price of near four Pounds per Ticket before the Drawing began. The present Lottery surpasses the last in Sale ; in Conse- quence thereof, HORNSBY & Co. recommend Clubs, Societies, and individual Purchasers, to buy quickly, as they may save considerably, and cannot possibly reap any Advantage by the Delay. ( p?" Orders by Letter or Carrier executed on the same Terms as if present. *** Prizes paid on Demand, whether a £. 20 or * £. 30,000. INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE. ~ THE Trustees aud Directors of the PHOENIX. FIRE- OFFICE of LONDON, have appointed Mr. JOHN MALPAS, of STONY- STRATFORD, in the County of Buckingham, to be AGENT for the _____ said Company for the Town of S: o< y- Stratford a,. u Parts adjacent, in the Room of Mr. WM. MALPAS, deceased. The Company insure HOUSES, BUILDINGS, Goons, WARES, and MERCHANDIZE; the SrocKof FARMERS, and SHIPS BUILDING or in HARBOUR; and in Case of Accident, pay the full Amount of the Lots, tuitaut any Deduction whatever. ( pf Persons assured by this Company are not liable to Calls to make good the Losses of others, as is the Case in some Offices.— No Charge will be made for the Policy, when the Sum is £. 300, or upwards. *** Printed Proposals, containing the Rates and Conditions, may be had gratis by applying to the said Agent. By Order of the Directors, H. A. HARDY, Sec. of the Country Department. N. B. JOHN MALPAS, truly sensible of the very liberal Support his late Father received from his Ftiends and the Public, as Agent to the PHOENIX FIRE- OFFICE, begs Leave to say, that being appointed Agent in the Room of his Father, be trusts he shall always be found attentive to the Interests of the As- sured, and to that of the Company : He also hopes to meet with that Encouragement his Father so long enjoyed, assuring them, that it will be his constant Endeavour to merit their Favours and Recommend- ation. Stony- Stratford, 22d March, 1805. I, WILLIAM HICKMAN, heretofore of Ra- vensthorpe, in the County of Northampton, and late of Little- Houghton, in the same County, farmer, confined in His Majesty's Gaol or Prison in and for the County of Northampton, and not being charged in Custody on the first Day of January, One Thou- sand Eight Hundred and Four, or at any Time since, with any Debt or Debts, Sum or Sums of Money, exceeding in the Whole the Sum of One Thousand Five Hundred Pounds, dj hereby give this second public Notice, That 1 intend to take Benefit of an Act passed in the forty- fourth Year of His present Ma- jesty's Reign, intituled, " An Act for the Relief of " certain Insolvent Debtors;" and I do hereby give Notice, that a true and perfect Schedule, containing a Discovery of all my real and personal Estate, here- after to be sworn to, is now ready to be delivered to any Creditor applying for the same to the Keeper or Gaoler, or his Deputy, of the said Prison. WILLIAM HICKMAN. J. WRIGHT, Gaoler. BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. Thomas Howland, of Thame, Oxfordshire, carrier, April 20, 23, aud May 13, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Messrs. Rose and Munnings, Gray's- Inn- square. William Gurden, the younger, of Stony- Stratford, Buckinghamshire, lace- merchant, April 11, 18, and May 21, at the White Horse Inn, Stony- Stratford. Attorney, Mr. Cooch, Newport- Pagnell. George Wills, of the High- street, Whitechapel, Middlesex, taylor.—— Thomaa. Hopkins, of West- Green, Middlesex, varnish- maker. - William Evill, of Bath, upholder. John Forbes, ot Birmingham, nursery and seedsman. Charles Bourne, now or late of Monmouth, victualler and pig- jobber. George Bennett, of Birmingham, linen and woollen- draper. Samuel Corbett, of the parish of St. Ca- therine's, Middlesex, painter and glazier.— Elizabeth Brettell, of Birmingham, hosier. Henry Birkley, of Monkwearmouth- Shore, Durham, blacksmith.— Thomas Froggatt, of Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, inn- keeper. William Bryan, of St. Mary at Hill, London, brandy - merchant. John Moorhouse, of John- street, Adelphi, Middlesex, wine- merchant.— Scarles Wade, of Albion- place, iilackfriars, Surry, brewer. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors. April 30. Thomas Wright, of Easington, Bucking. hamshire, coach- master, at Guildhall, London. May 1. Richard Rowe, of Grandchester, Cambridge- shire, nurseryman, at the Birdbolt Inn, Cambridge. May 3. John Edwards, of Bensington, Oxfordshire, miller, at the Lamb Inn, Wallingford. May 3. Thomas Emerton, late of Stony- Stratford, Buckinghamshire, grocer, at the Cock Inn, Stony. Stratford. wish to be satisfied of the'Truth of this, or further Particulars*, to me or my Friends, by Letter or Per- son. As few Cases for Badness will ever equal mine, and none exceed it, I have, from Experience, every Rea- son to assure Mankind, that in your LEAKE's PILLS they will find a sure, speedy, safe, and radical Cure, for that most dreadful Stage of the Venereal Disease, which is called a confirmed Lues. I am, with Gra- titude, Sir, your obliged humble Servant, J. T. * Insurmountable Family Reasons prevent making my Name and Address public; but creditable Persons, really wanting Information, may be referred to me and my Friends, by Mrs. S. Clark, Ramsey- Gardens, Edinburgh. Prepared and sold by the sole Propnetor, THOMAS TAYLOR, Memberof the R. oyal College of Surgeons, in London, at his House, No. 9, New Bridge- Street; Where, after a constant Residence of more than thirty- six Years, in a Practice particularly directed to the Cure of Venereal Complaints, and those inci- dental to the Parts of Generation in " both Sexes, with that inviolable Secrecy which Men of his Profession should always observe, he flatters himself the Advice and Assistance he gratuitously administers to Persons taking this Medicine, will be esteemed, by a discern- ing Public, as an Advantage seldom to be obtained, and void of Ambiguity. They are also sold, by his Appointment, for the Convenience of those living at a Distance, bv the Printers of this Paper, and Mr. Marshall, Druggist, Northampton; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Robins, Daventry; Sharp, Warwick; Rollason, Coven- try; Gregory, Leicester; Harrod, Harborough; Knight, Kettering; Tuck & Mather, Wellingborough; Mar- riott, Banbury ; Tookeyr Oundle ; Billinge, Liver- pool; Atkinson, Manchester; and bv one Person in every considerable Town in Great- B'ritain and Ire- land, in Boxes of only 2s. 9d. each, sealed up with full and plain Directions, whereby Persons of either Sex may cure themselves with Ease, Speed, Secrecy, and Safety. " Every Box sold in Great- Britain is sealed up with a Stamp, on which, by Favour of the Commis- sioners, is printed, at the Stamp- Office— T. Taylor No 9, New Bridge- Street— to imitate which is Felony' and all others are counterfeit. ' MARKETS.— London, April 8. Our Market presents an evident progressive dccline in the value of most Grain, and to- day we had a general heaviness in the sales; a tew fine samples of old Wheat, it is true, fetched full as much money at first in the morning, as on the two or three preceding market- days, but the ordinary sorts were cheaper: to this we may add, that Barley is likewise lower.— Malt hut little in demand, and nearly is last.— White and Grey Peas, with both sorts of Beans, are all on the decline.— Oats, though in no great abundance, are also cheaper.— We have Flour in plenty, and prices rather giving way.— No Rape Seed here. N O R T H A M P T O N : Printed and Published by and for T DICEY and W. SUTTON.
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