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The Northampton Mercury

15/06/1805

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^•'• suf; jfr. l'J'c* MptQit Vol. LXXXV. No. 15. Ready Money is expected ) with Advertisements. f SATURDAY, JUIW 15, 1805. PRICE SIXPENCE, \ *' amP-- l) ut. Y . - I i aper and I rmt w ajd. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts, LONDON, June 11. THE Gazette of Saturday contains an account of the taking of La Travela, Spanish lugger privateer, and retaking the Stork, - English brig, her prize, by the Milbrook schooner, also the capture of a Spanish ordnance brig, loaded with 1170 quintals of powder, and various other stores, which vras cut out of St. Pedro, a strong fort, by the crew of the Seahorse, Captain the Honourable C. Boyle. Letters have Vieen received from the Circe frigate, dated off Tortota, on the 29th of April, which state, that the llochfort squadron, after their attempts upon Nevis ar. d Montserrat, sailed to St. Domingo, and a reinforcement of 550 men was landed at the city of St. Domingo. The squadron sailed from thence on the 23th of March, on their returt^ to Europe.— Rear- Admiral Co- chrane arrived off St. Domingo on the 18th of April, and not finding the French there, he returned to Jamaica. Dispatches have also been received from Rear- Admiral Cochrane, dated the 1st of May, at which time the gallant Admiral was off St. Lucia. It gives us great satisfaction to be enabled to state, that the garrisons iu the different West- India Islands are in excellent health, and every possible measure has been adopted to guard against any further attempts of the enemy. The French cruisers in the West Indies are very numerous, and have sent 14 British vessels into Guadaloupc. Admiral Russell is arrived in the Downs with the principal part of the North Sea fleet, which, reinforced by the squadron under the orders of Lord Keith, is for the future to act under the in- structions of his Lordship. Owing to the formi- dable state of the enemy's preparations, the force on that station is to be very considerably aug- mented. A regular exchange of prisoners of war is to be adopted immediately between this country and Spam, for which purpose cartels are to be esta- blished.— The appointment of Captain Paget as agent for prisoners of war in France, is done away, in consequence of the refusal of Bonaparte to grant the necessary passports. On Friday Mr. Grev, in the House of Commons, ^ iferred to the question which he formerly put to his Majesty's Ministers, respecting the hopes of alliance on the Continent, and asked if they had yet any information to communicate on that subject; when the Chancellor of the Exchequer stated that they had not. Mr. Grey then gave notice, that he should bring forward a motion on that Subject on Wednesday seWight, unless cir- cumstances occurred in the mean time to render it unnecessary.— A similar question was put, and a similar notice given, by Lord Carysfort in the Upper Iloose. Hie Report of the Select Committee appointed to investigate, the charges preferred against Sir Borne Popharo, does ample justice to that brave and intelligent o& ecr. It states, " that he appears to have been actuated by no other mpti. vc. yiw tKft nf M fffiiect iral for the pub! i Jsfcua, any ccnnirtuitv % any tWdu- | lent or corrupt practice*— that " in effecting the repairs of the Romney and Sensible, or in the supply or expenditures of stores, they have not met with any instance of personal advantage or emolument to himself;" and add, " that the Com- mittee have thought it their duty, in justies to the1 character of a meritorious officer, to state, that so ' far from encouraging or conniving at any public waste, he appears, in evidence before your Com- mittee, to have effected very considerable savings.'' A few days since, as. two youths", one fourteen and the other ei^ ht years of age, sons of a poor man named Ellis, of BranhridgeS, near East- Pfcckham, were playing on the banks of the river, the youngest fell in, when the other immediately leaping in to save him, they were both drowned. Tuesday last a most distressing catastrophe hap- pened in the parish of St. Philip's, Bristol:— As a child belonging to a foreman of one of the brick- yards there, was playing near a piece of water, it unfortunately felt in; the mother, who was on the spot, immediately plunged in to endeavour to save the chtlrf, but without succe^; the father, • who by their cries was brought to witness the dreadful scene, attempted to rescue them from their perilous situation, but, awful to relate, all three perished!— Three orphans ere left to deplore their loss. ANTED immediately, as an APPRENTICE to a SURGEON and APOTHECARY, A YOUTH, of good Education and amiable Manners. Q9" tor Particulars, enquire of Mr. BARMEY, Surgeon, Higham- Ferrers, Northamptonshire. W~ ANTED, A sober, steady JOURNEYMAN BAKER, who can be well recommended.— Such a one may hear of a Place, by applying to S. GIBBS, Baker, Towcester, Northamptonshire. APPRENTICES. ~ rpHE PARISH- OFFICERS of PAVINGIIAM, L in the County of Bedford, are desirous of placing as APPRENTICES, to Masters and Mistresses of Respectability, SIX BOYS and SIX piRLS.— Premiums will be given. Q3" Applications ( if by Letter, Post- paid,) will be immediately attended to. Pavingham, May 30, 1805. \ ATANTED VV WIFE, immediately, A MAN and his well qualified, to undertake the MANAGEMENT of a HOUSE of INDUSTRY near BEDFORD.— They must be acquainted with the White Lace Manufacture.—- References will be re- quired. ( p* Letters ( Post- paid) directed to A. B. Post- Oil " ice, Bedford, will be attended to. WANTED, A middle- aged or elderly BUTLER * y or FOOTMAN, who can clean Plate, dress Hair, and will have no Objection to act as Game- keeper.— Also, in the same Family, A middle- aged or elderlv SERVANT, to act as POSTILLION and GROOiVl, and assist in the Garden.— The most un- exceptionable Characters will be required. ( ptr . Enquire of Y. Z. at the Printers of this Paper; if by Letter, Post- paid. JUNE 13th, 18U5. RROUSE respectfully informs his Friends . and the Public, that th" Freehold ESTATE, in the Lordship of Great- Bowden, in the County of Leicester, containing 4. H Acres, in four Closes, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Kestin, intended to be Sold by Auction on the 19th of this current June i and also the substantial Stone- built, Slated, and Sashed Freehold DWELLING. HOUSE, Sec. at the South End of Marktl- Harborough, with the THREE CLOSES of MEADOW and GRAZING LAND adjoining thereto, intended to be Sold by Auction on the25th of this current June; ARE DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. ' FREEHOLD ESTATE, AtSULBY, near WMJORD, in the County of Northampton. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROUSE, In Lots, on Wednesday the 3d of July, ISC5, about Fourn'Cloct: in the Afternoon, at the Talbot Inn, in Welford aforesaid, A Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE; consisting of upwards of TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY- FIVE AcRF. S, Statute Measure, of old Meadow and rich Pasture Land, Extra- parochial and Tythe- free, situated at SULBY aforesaid, in the separate Occupations . of Mr. Thomas Biggs, Mr. John Biggs, and Mr. William Woodford, who are under Notice to quit on • or before the 1st Day of January next. ( p3* For further Particulars, Application may be made to Mr. JOHN EYSTON, of Welford, who will shew the Estate; or to Mr. ROUSE, in Market. llar- borough. Buckinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. GREENWOO D, At Garraway's Coffee- House, Change- Alley, Corn- liill, London, on Fridav the 21st Day ot June, 18^ 5 ( and not on the 7th of June as before advertised), at Twelve o'Clock, Very desirable FREEHOLD and Tvritr.- rnF. E ESTATE, situate at PITCHCOI'T, in the County of Bucks, about six Miles from Aylesbury, and ten from Buckingham; consisting of one hundred Acres, or thereabouts, of exceedingly rich Pasture Land, well watered, and conveniently divided for Occupation, with two Cow- Houses thereon; Pos- session of which may be had at Lady- Day next. ( pIT The Premises may be seen with Leave of Mr. DOVER, the Tenant; and further Particulars had of Messrs. CIIUKCHILLS & FIELD, Solicitors, Dedding- ton, Oxfordshire; or Mr. CASTER, Staple Inn, London. HOUSEKEEPER. WANTED, A worthy, steady, and active WOMAN, about 35 Years old, every Way qualified to assist in directing the Domestic Concerns of ASPLliY SCHOOL, particularly in the Absence of the Mistress and during the Vacations. She must be a Person who can be confidently depended upon for Sobriety, Honesty, and Attention. ( jCj" As a suitable - Salary and friendly Treatment may be expected, it is earnestly requested thai no Persons will apply except such as are in all Respects duly qualified.— Immediate and personal Application will be most agreeable. * » * Apply at ASPLIY SCHOOL, near WOBURN, Bedfordshire. ~ ANTED, as Maid of all Work, A YOUNG WOMAN, who has been used to Children, understands Household Work, and can have a good Character from her last Place,— Wages no material Object. ( pt Apply personally, or by Letter ( Post- paid) to Mr. SWIFT, Post- Office, Dunstable, Beds. 10th JUNE, 1805. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Copyhold ESTATE, situate in the Parish of Toddingroti, advertised to be SOLD by AUCTION, by W. WHITE, on Wednesday the 19th Day of J una instant, IS DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. To te L E T T, And entered on immediately, or at Midsummer next) AMESSUAGE, situate near the MARKET- PLACE, in DAVENTRY, in the County of Northampton, which " for many Years has been occu- pied by a Grocer, and is most conveniently situated tor that or any other Retail Business. (( 3* The Tenant may be accommodated with about six Acres of Land, adjoining the Town of Day- entry. *,* For Particulars, and to treat for the same, apjjjy^ to Mr. JOSEPH BULL, or Mr, LAMB, in ' T <•, T FIT Nome;!"' to I . AVerv near nwsfE; ^ ynrateo tiem— m thc Church at ED'GCOTT, in the County of Northampton; containing two Parlours and a Kitchen, three Bedchambers, and two lighted Closets, with ceiled Garrets.—- l'he Cellars are good, and all rcqui. site Offices are complete, with a walled Gaiden. ( pf These Premises may be had on reasonable Terms, by Application to the Rev. MOSES HODGES BARTHOIMEW, of Wardington, near Banbiflry. To be L E T T, ~ And may he entered upon in a Month's Time, A DWELLING- HOUSE, situated in a very X JL pleasant and airy Part of WELLINCBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton; consisting of a large Parlour, Kitchen, two excellent Bedchambers, and a small one, with three " Garrets, good Cellars, and neces- sary Outhuildings; aUo a Pleasure Ground, with or without a Close of two Acres adjoining. ( py For Particulars, apply to Mr. WILLIAM HARDWICK, of Wellingborough aforesaid. ~~ HINCKLE Y, Leicestershire. To be LETT, And entered upon immediately, ALL that newly- erected, large, and commodious HOUSE, intended far an'Inn, situate at the Wharf, in the Parish of HINCKLEY, within one Mile of the Town, on the high Road leading from London to Chester, and at an equal Distance from Leicester and Coventry, with extensive Stables and other Out- Offices. Also, to be LETT, with the above House, or not, at tilt. Option of the Tenant, uowards oi' 40 Acres of noli MEADOW and PASTURE LAND, adjoining thereto, and extending to the Watling. Street Road. ( j3* A respectable Tenant will receive every Encou- ragement. Application for taking the same to be made to Mr. SANSOME, of Hinckley, the Proprietor. FIS11ERVV1CK PARK, Near LITCHFIELD, STAFFORDSHIRE. Superior elegant Furniture; French Glasses, of large Dimensions; superb Musical and olber Chats; beau, tifut Cabinets ; Bronzes ; Musical Instruments ; a Jull- fixed Billiard- Table ; fine rare old Japan, aid China, and Services oj French China; Linen; capital Pic- tures, by esteemed Masters; choice Wines, Ale, and Beer; Green. Home Plants, tsfc. £? r. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROBINS, On the Premises, on Monday, June 17, 1S05, and fourteen following Days ( Saturdays and Sundays excepted), at Eleven o'clock, npiifc unique Assemblage of superlatively elegant JL HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE ; superfine scarlet Cloth French Wmdow- Curtatns, trimmed with Gold Fringe; magnificent brilliant. Plates of French Glass, in rich Frames; costly Tables, of verd, antique, and other scarce beautiful Marbles, the Frames designed and finished in the first Style of Elegance; singularly beautiful Bronze and Gold Fi- gures; Or Moulu Clocks and Candelabra*, ot superior Designs and Workmanship, in various Devices; grand Musical and other Clocks; a capital upright f> iano, by Stoddart, the Case composed ot beautiful Satin- Wood, elegantly designed; a grind Piano, a Harpsichord, and Organs, by the first Makers; a full- sized Billiard- Table, in complete Omer; fine old Japan, in Pannels, Screens, and curious Cabinets; whoie- lengthVestal FiguressupportingGrecianLamps; elegant Lamps and Pedestals; large^ old China^ Jars, and antique Ornaments " 1 F. CORRAKL, CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, LUTTERWORTH, most Iti- Neigh- hourhood, for the very liberal Patronage and Encou- ragement he has been honoured with s; nce his Com- mencement in Business; at the same Time humbly solicits a Continuance of their Favours, which it will ever be hi « Study to merit ; and respectfully bogs Leave to acquaint the Nobility* Gentry, & c. that he has just received froth London a Quantity of GOODS in the above Business, ot - verv Description; also a general Assortment of PATENT,"<; F. NUINTI, and ADVER- TISED MEDICINEJ, from the different original sole Proprietor's Warehouses; SURJSESS & SON'S genuine and superior ESSENCE of AKCUOVIES, and other rich SAUCES; new SALAD OIL; PICKLING and DIS- TILLED VINEGARS, for wlvie Pickles; SCHWEPPE'S SODA WATER; superfine DURHAM MUSTARD; real GOEC. ONA ANCHOVIES ; CAPERS ; FRENCH and SPA- NISH OLIVES; genuine SPEETMACETI OIL for LAMPS; COMBER'S and most other kinds of OILS; FRY'S PATENT COCOA; COFP'EE, CHOCOI ATE, TEAS, and a Variety of other useful Articles genafally used in Families, ( t^"" Physicians' Prescriptions arid Family Receipts carefully prepared, and Attention paid to the Quality of the Ingredients used. u? ; » » » AH Kinds of HORSJ. MEDICINES, POWDERS, and DRINKS for various Disorders incident to Cattle. N. B. Those Friends who m:-> be pleased to favour him with their Commands, may rely on being served with Articles of the first Qualify, and upon fair and reasonable Terms. ______ _ To be SOLD, or LETT, ACapital FREEHOLD HOUSE, situate in ST. PAUL'S- SQUARK, in BEDFORD, with a large Garden, two Coach- Houses, complete Four- stall Stable, and Loft and Granary over.— The prin- cipal Part of the House was built five Years since, is finished with enriched Stucco Corniccs, fashionable Paper, and Marble Chimney- Picces; the G round Story contains an Entrance - Hall 16 Feet by 14, Dining- Room 20 by 14, Drawing- Room HS by 14, Breakfast- Parlour, K. itchcn, '& c.; on the principal Story, a Library 15 Feet : niare, Chamber 24 by 15, two others nearly the Siic of the Library, with Dressing- Closets," Chamber with bow Front, and a Balcony fronting to the Garden, and two smaller Cham- bers ; in the Attic Story att Servants' Rooms, large Laundry, & c.; a principal and Servants' Staircases; paved Yard, with Pump, lirewhouse, & c.— Pos. session may be had at Midsummer. ( j'- 3" Apply toJ. S. Dawson, Esq. o n the Premises or to Win. Dawson, Esq. opposite the Green, Isling- ton, near London. S CAPITAL TIMBER. To he SOLD ; by AUCTION, By LONDON & SON, At the Sign of the Black Bo'v, in Lower- Shuckburgh, in the County of Warwick, on Tuesday the 18th of June, 1805, between the Hours of Three and Five in the Afiernoon, subject to Conditions , TEN ASH, and TWO ; e Dimensions, fallen and liBURGH, and in and ad- E R- S11UCK. BU RGH, in .— They are conveniently then to be produced, rpHIRTY- THREIJ EI X OAK TREES, of I lying at LOWER- SHUt joining the Park atUP: the County of Wtr^^^ . , .._ situated for Carriage; being contiguous to the Canal, and adjoining very gojd Roads at mean Distances from Daventry and Southapi. IPT For further Particulars, apply to WILLIAM LAKE, at Upper- Shuckburgh aforesaid, who will shew the same. ? jjy- To Capital u tyming-$ tmk, be " SOI. D by AUCTION, Ml>* f ~ A Dinner, Dessert, and Tea Services, of elegant Frenoh China; Bed and Table Linen; and numerous valuable Effects; at the Mansion and Offices, F1SHERW1CK PARK, near Litchfield, the Residence of the Right Hon. Lord STANLEY SPENCER CHICHESTER.— The Furniture com- prises Drawing. Room Suits of the riohest Curtains, Chairs, Sec. in French Damask, Silks, and Satins; appropriate Bedchamber Furniture and Cabinet Arti- cles, of all Descriptions, and superior Workman- ship; together with an extensive Variety of mis- cellaneous Effects, being the whole detached Property of the Mansion- House and Offices. *„.* May be viewed on Monday the 10th of June, and following Days, till the Sale.— Catalogues on the Premises, at 2s. tkl. each ( without which 110 Person can he admitted); of T. G. Parr, Esq. Litchfield; Mr. Winstanly, Auctioneer, Liverpool, yen- and- Cliichens, Birmingham; Mr. Handy, Auctioneer, Worcester; King's- Head, Coventry; and ot Mr. Robins, War- wicl". Street, Golden- Square, London. « » I. OK JON m SON, -—; : Ft. V,, I- --• * ntr June, 1H0.1, on the Po- ioises, at STAVERl'ON, in the County of Northampton ( two Miles from Daventry, on the Koatl leading from thence to Warwick,) ALL the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, and Part of the genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, See. the Property of Miss L. A. DOWNES, who is de- clining Business; consisting of two useful Draught Horses, and a Draught Maie; two exceedingly useful Milking Cows, a tat Cow, lour fat Oxen, and four fat splayed Heifers; nine barren Sheep, 53 Tegs, 15 double Couples, and 31 single Ditto; twofine Porlcet Pigs; Part of a Rick of Wheat; Part of a Ditto of excellent Hay; a Quantity of unthrashed Oats; se- veral Bags ot Wheat, Peas, and Vetches; three Rick Staddles, well timbered; two Narrow- wheel Wag- gons, and one Ditto, with Iron Arms; two Six- inch- wlreel Carts, and a Narrow- wheel Ditto, nearly new; Gearing complete for five Horses; a Winnowing- Fan and Roll; Ploughs, Harrows, Forks, Rakes, Sieves, and various other Implements used in Husbandry.— The HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE comprises Mahogany- post Bedsteads, with rich printed Furniture; Win- dOw- Curtains and Cornices; Floor- Cloths and Car- pets; Staircase and Bedside Diao; Mahogany Dining, Tea, Dressing, Card, and Work Tables; Bason- Siands, Stools, and Fire - Screens ; handsome Mahogany Chairs; a neat Mahogany Bureau and Book- Case, with Doors, glazed; Chests of Drawers, and Oak Ditto; Linen- Chests and Boxes; a fine- toned Harpsichord, by Kirckman; a handsome polished Parlour Grate, with Fender to match; several Sets of Fire- Irons; Japan Trays; elegaut Knives and Forks; a general Assortment of Kitchen Requisites, Dairy Utensils, and numerous other Articles. I'c3T The Sale to commence each Morning precisely at Ten o'Clock.— Conditions of Sale to be then pro- duced.— The Straw not to be taken oft" the Premises. — The Live Stock and Implements of Husbandry to be sold the first Day. The Sheep are of the Leicestershire Kind, carefully bred; the Cows are known to be good Milkers; and the Oxen and Heifers are of the Here- fordshire Breed, remarkably large, and worthy the Attention of the Public. +++ Catalogues BTay be had at the Bear Inn, Da- ventry ; Gritlin Inn, Southam; Globe Inn, Warwick; at the Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneers, Henley- in- Arden. N. B. Speedily will be SOLD by AUCTISN, the capital GROWING CROPS on the aforesaid Pre. mises; Particulars of which will be inserted in a future Advertisement. Capital Freehold DtoelUng- llouse. To be S O I, D by AUGTIO N, By ft. JARI'IS, On Wednesday the 19th Day of June, 1805, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the White- Lion Inn, in Banbury, Oxfordshire, together, or in two Lots, as may be agreed on at the Time of Sale, AVery desirable Stone- built, Slated, and Sashed DWELLING- HOUSE, pleasantly situated in the HIGH- STREET, BANBURY, now in the Occu- pation of the Proprietor, Mr. Deacle, Surgeon and Apothecary, and has been the Residence of Professional Gentlemen for near fifty Years; consisting of two good Parlours in Front, six Bed- Rooms, with Garrets over, neat Shop, large commodious Kitchen, Pantries, Cellar, Back- Kitchen, Brewhouse, and Coal- House ; excellent Stabling for three Horses, with a private Yard thereto; a large Yard, pebbled and paved, lead- ing from the House to a Grass- Plat, paved round, opening to a beautiful Garden, 124 Feet long and 42 Feet wide, walled round, and well stockcd with choice Fruit Trees,— The Premises are in good Repair, and fit for the Reception of a genteel Family, and may be entered upon at Midsummer next.— The Fixtures to be taken to by Appraisement; and should a Pro- fessional Gentleman be the Purchaser, he may be ac. conimodated w- th the Shell, & c. Also, a newly - erected Stone- built and Slated DWELLING- HOUSE and PREMISES, adjoining the above, now in the Occupation ot Mr. J. H. Pearson; comprising a Shop and Parlour in Front, two Bed- Rooms, with Garrets over, a Kitchen, Yard, Card' n, and other Conveniences thereto be- longing, capitally situated for a Person in a genteel Business. ( pT The Whole of the Premises measure in Front 60 Feet, and in Depth 222 Feet.— For a View thereof, apply to the Proprietor. Also, a PEW in the Church, No. 33. BEDFORD, June 7th, 1805. R. and Mrs. PALMER respectfully inform ( heir Friends and tie Public, that they have just returned from LONDON with a large ASSORT- MENT of plain and stri > ed PRINTED MUSLINS, laced and plain CAMBRICS, LENOES, WAIKT- COATLNGS, Sc. which, with a Variety of other Articles, will be offered on the most reasonable Terms. 83' The above will be opened for Inspection on TUESDAV next, with a choice COLLECTION of MILLINERY. To be SOLO by A. U C 1 1 U N, By RICHARD SMITH, On the Premises, at THRAPSTON, in the County of ,\ orthamp, on, on Monday and Tuesday the 17th and 18th Days of June instant, ALL the genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, STOCK in TRADE, and EFFECTS, of Mr. RICE SIBLEY VORI. F. Y, Saddler and Collar- maker; comprising Mahogany Feet and other Four, post Bedsteads, with Chintz, Check, and other Fur- nitures; Feather and Flock Bods, Blankets, Quilts, and Counterpanes: Dimity Window. Curtains; Ma- hogany and other double Chests ot Drawers; Maho- gany, Oak, and Cherry- Tret- Chairs; Dining, Pem- broke, Dressing, and Tea Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses; Tea- Urn; China and Class; Bed and Tlible Linen; Kitchen- Furniture ; a neat Fowling- Piece; sweet Half- Hogshead^, and other Effects; also a light Cart and Harnass.— The STOCK in TRADE is a general Assortment, viz., a new Leather Rolling- Press ( Rolls of solid Mahogany); Saddla- Trees; double and . , le Rein Bridles, Bridle- Heads, and Reins; new Yeo- manry Bridles, Pads, Martingales, andStraps; plated Bradoon and Curb Bridle- Bits, polished Ditto, plated and polished Snaffles, Currycombs, plated Spurs, plated and polished Stirrup- Irons; Skirt Collar and Butt Leather, Basils, Hog Skins, Collar Check, Flannel, and Russia Cloth; GO neat Hand, Chaise, and Waggon Whips; Webbing, Cirths, Stirrup- Leathers, Saddle- Skirts and Flaps, plated Buckles, Harness Ditto, Rings, Sec. ; Cart- Saddles, Collars, Rugs, four Class Cases, and other Articles too numerous to particularize. ( f3" The Furniture will be sold on Monday, and the Stock in Trade on Tuesday ; and will he put up in such Lots as will accommodate the Trade and Public. The Sale to commence punctually at Ten o'Clock each Day. ESTATES In BUCKO EN, Huntingdonshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SMITH, At the George Inn, in Buckden, in the County of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 18th Day ot June, J805, at Fivein the Afternoon, in seven Lots, TjlilE following valuable I. ESTATES, situate in .... BUCKDFN, near Huntingdon, through which the great North Road from London passes:— l. ot 1. A Homestead, consisting of two Earns, Granary, and Hovels, with Farm- Yard and Hori> c- close adjoining, containing together about one Acre and a Half; also 70A. OR." 3?. by Estimation, of rich Arable and Meadow Land, lying in the Open Fields. Lot 2. An eligible Close of Pasture, adjoining the Town, called Hunts. End Cl. ose, containing about three Acres. Lot .1. A Close of excellent Pasture Land, called Hardwick Close, containing about four Acres and a Half. Lot 4. One Acre and a Half of Arable Land, by Computation, lying in the open Fields, called Boston's Close. C3" The above Lots are Copyhold of Inheritance, and being Fine certain ( paying only one Year's Quit- Rent on an Admission), are equal in Value to Free, hold, and are in the Tenure of Mr. William Chapman. Lot 5. A Messuage or Tenement, with Barns, Gar- den, and " Orchard adjoining, of about Half an Acre, and Rights of Common thsreto belonging, in the « u « rnl Tenures of Messrs. Chapman, Ploughman, and GuiiiT^ t Lot 6. A Messuage or Tenement, adjoining the last, with Barn and Yard, ill the Tenure of Mrs. Bolton. Lot 7. A Messuage or Tenement, adjoining the last, with Barn and Yard, and Common Rights thereto belonging, in the Tenure of Samuel Sanders. *** The last three Lots are Freehold, and stand in Situations to form genteel and pieasant Residences. N. B. For Particulars, apply to Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Freehold and CopyMd the pleasant Village of THREAD- LACE MAN U1 ACTORY. fjPHE Undersigned were directed at the two last 8. General Meetings of the Manufacturers, after a certain Stage of their Mission, tfl fall a Meeting of the Trade • they therefore hereby give Notice, that there will lie a Meeting held at the SWAN INN, in NEWPORJ - PACNSLL, on WJDNESDAY the fSth Instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, to take into Consideration their Report. J. H. TALBOT, 01n? v. . J. HANDSCOMB, Newport- Pagnell. CHARLES SMITH, Northampton. Saturday, June 8th, 1805. GU. MLEY ASSOCIATION, For the Prosecution of Robbers, Thieves, <$- c. HTHE next General Annual Meeting of the .1- Members of this Association'will be, h- id at the ROST- AND- CROWN INN, in KIBWORTH- H • RCOURT, on' WEDNISDAY the ISth Day oi JUNE ihsiant; and as an Alteration in the Terms ot Subscription is in- tended to be then proposed to the Sccfet), it is . parti- cularly requested that even Men fc, r wiif attend this Meeting. WM. WAR • N ABY, Yrea uier and Solicitor. Market. Harborough, June 1th, l80i WOBURN SHEEP- SHEARING, 1805. " ORF. MIUMS riven to promote the OIpROVE- L MENT'of LIVE STOCK, I. See. See. Premiums for fat Wethers. I, To the Pet on who shall breed, and produce at Woburn She- p. Shearing, June 1805, the best Two- shear fat Wether— the Premium of a Cup, value Ten Guineas. II. To the Person who shall breed in Bedfordshire, and produce at Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, the best Two- shear fat Wether— a. Cup, value Five Guintas. — The Same Person not to have both Premiums. The Name of the Breeder, together with the Place where bred, to be duly certified, and given in at the Time of Shearing. The Wethers to be produced on Tuesday, be- tween the Hours of T'- n and Eleven, at Woburn- Abbey:— They will be sheared, weighed alive, killed, and weighed dead, and due Attention paid to Wool, Carcass, and Tallow. II. Premiums for Th.- aves bred in B dfordshtre. I. To the Person who shall breed in Bedfordshire, and produce at Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, the best Pen of three ' I'heaves— a Cup, value Ten Guineas. II. To the Person who shall breed in Bedfordshire, and produce at Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, the second- best Pen of three Theaves— a Cup, value Five Guineas.— The same Person not to have both Premiums. gOT The Sheep to b? produced at the 1' ark Faim- on Tuesday, between the Hours of Ten and Eleven. The Claimants to protluce Certificates that their Theaves were bred in Bedfordshire, specifying the Paristi aud Name of the Breeder. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. A most pleasant and desirable Residence, Near the Centre of the County, and in 3 good sporting Country. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SMITH, At the George Inn, in Northampton, on Thursday the 27th Day of June instant, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, ACapital and convenient HOUSE, substantially erected about 27 Years since, in a perfect State of Repair, and fit for the immediate Reception of a Family, having been lately completely fitted up; comprising a handsome Hall, Drawing- Room, Dining- Room, and Breakfast- Room, of very good Dimen- sions; Housekeeper's- Room, eight excellent Bed- chambers, Servants' Rooms, Water- Closet, Kitchens, Butler's and C- ook's Pantries, Scullery, with Pump therein, large Cellars, and other Conveniences; also Laundry, Brewhouse, Dairy, Lard « r, Barn, Cow- House, Wood- House, Stables for eight Horses, double Coach- House, and other Offices; Garden, walled round and well stocked; Dovecote; ornamental Cround and Walks, so disposed as to be kept up at little Expence; with about 22 Acres of prime Pasture Land, in Front of the House, forming a complete Paddock', well planted with Forest and other Trees, and abundantly supplied with Water. £ 3" This Estate is very healthfully situated on a fine dry Soil, near the Town of WELLINGBOROUGH, and commands beautiful and extensive Views of the Country ; distant from Northampton 10 Miles, and London 67. *** The Purchaser may be accommodated with 15' Acres ot rich convertible Land, at a small Distance from this Estate. N. B. The Proprietor will have no Objection to treat by Private Contract previous to. the 16th Instant, but not after that Day. Apply to Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, at Wellingborough. ~ To be SOL D by A U C T 1 O X, By Mr. ROBINSON, At the Talbot Inn, in Oundle, in the County of Northampton, on Wednesday the 19th of June, between the Hours of Four and Six o'Clock ( if not previously disposed of by Private Contract), \ Substantial Stone- built DWELLES'G- lIOUSE, J. 3L. with convenient Out- Offices adjoining, in good Repair, situate in NORTH- STREET, ' in OUNDLE aforesaid, late the Residence of Mr. John Nichols; consisting of four good Rooms on the Ground Floor, a handsome Dining- Room and three Bedchambers on the second Floor, five Ditto on the third Floor, and two Attics, which are large and convenient; also two good Cellars, a Brewhouse, Stable, Yard, and large Garden, well fenced, and planted with choice Fruit Trees, & c.; there is likewise a convenient back Way to the Premises, and excellent Water. For Particulars, and a View of the same, apply to Mr. WEED, the Proprietor; Mr. CROFTS, of Elton; or to Mr. ROBINSON, Tinapjon. A very capital Stone- built WinSnill. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. ft. & E. BLAB Y, On Thursday the 27th Day of June instant, at the Red- Lion, in East - Haddon, in the County of Northampton, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon \ Substantial, well- built, smack WINDMILL; il wherein two Pair of Stones are hung— the one French, four Feet four Inches; the other Derby, four feet ten Inches; a Machine and two Cylinders, and every other Requisite; a Stable, and Pump, with a Well of excellent Water; together with a small Close, of about Half an Acresituate in the Parish of EAST- HADDON aforesaid, very near the Turn- pike- Road leading from Dunchurch to Northampton, and about two Miles from the Grand Junction Canal, now in the Occupation of Mr. WILLIAM MOORE, | the Proprietor, of whom Particulars may be known; | as also of Mr. DSNM*, Solicitor, Long- Buckby" 111 Sundry Premiums. I. To the Person who shall produce at Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, the best Boar— a Cup, value Five Guineas. II. To the best Sheep. Shearer— Five Guineas. Second best— Four Ditto. Third best— Three Ditto. Fourth best— Ttio Ditto. Fifth best— One Ditto. If more than ten Candidates, to draw Lots. The Trial to be made on the Wednesday. Candidates t » give Notice on the Saturday before the Clipping. IV. Premiums for encouraging Improvement in Implements of Agriculture. I. To the Person who shall produce at Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, the best and most useful newly- invented Implement— the Sum ot ' fy. emy Guineas. As i. i. i tt!# Ii, t'. ntic*> in giviiV this r- ctnium, both toencourage, and to introduce to general Notice, such Improvements in Implements of Agriculture as appear of real Utility, it will be left to a Committee to decide— 1st, Which Implement produced deserves the Preference; 2d, y, Whethe; any of them merit the Reputation that the Acquisition of a Premium might confer. The Implements to be brought to the Park Farm on Tuesday. II. To the Person who sha'l produce the Plough which shall plough Halt an Acre ot Land in the best and most husbandlike Manner — a Cup, value Ten Guineas. To the Ploughman holding the same— Two Guineas. *** Due Consideiation will be paid to the Merit of the Implement, to the Time of performing the Work, the Force employed, and the Cleanness and Depth of the Furrow. V. Premium fir Experiments between the Drill and Broad- cast Husbandry. To the Farmer in Bedfordshire who shall produce the most satisfactory Account of comparative Trials between the Drill and Broad- cast Culture of Wheat, Barley, or Oats, on not less than ten Acres, being in the same Field— Thirty Guineas. It is required that the Farmers who shall be Candidates for this Premium do give Notice to the Duke of Bedford of their Intention, that the Crops may be viewed while growing by such Persons as the Duke may appoint. *** It is expected that the Account should contain a Description of the Soil, the Preparation ( Manure, if any), Quantities of Seed sown and drilled, Hoeings, Time and Regularity ot Ripening; Harvesting, and Produce— verified by sufficient Certificates, to be pro- duced at the Woburn Sheep- Shearing in 1805. N. B. It is required that the drilled Crops should be kept perfectly free from Weeds. VI. Premiums for Shepherds. To the Shepherd who shall have saved the greatest Number of Lambs, on the 1st of June, 1805, in Proportion to the Number of Ewes, being not less than 200, put to the Ram the preceding Autumn— Five Guineas. To the Shepherd who shall have saved the next greatest proportionate Number— Four Guineas. To the third— Three Guineas. To the fourth— Two Guineas. To the fifth— One Guinea. 6T|" Certificates to be sent in on the first Day of the Woburn Sheep- Shearing, 1805, signed by the Owner of the Flock, and two other respectable Witnesses, stating the Number of Ewes tupped, the Number of Lambs saved on the 1st of" June, and the Age of the Ewes, viz. the proportionate Number of Theaves, two Years old, three Yearsold, and full- mouthed Sheep. VII. Premium fir Irrigation. To the Farmer in Bedfordshire who shall, between the 1st of January, 1801, and the 1st of June, 1805, have converted the greatest Quantity of Land iiito Water- Meadow, not less than ten acres, on the best and most approved System— Fifty Guineas. ( pT Due Notice of the Quantity of Land so con- verted, and of the Expence incurr d, verified by suffi- cient Certificates, to be sent to the Duke of Bedford on or before the 1st of June, 1805. JUNE 17th, 1805. Morning. Show of Leicester? Tups, I Showot South-") Evening. Sale of Leicester Ewes. Down Tups. Show of Here- I ford & Devon )• Cattle, Prize Wethers, | Prize Theaves, J Prize Wethers, dead, Show of South- Down Ewes, Ploughing, Trial of Imple- ments, Sheep- Shearers, J Second Show of ) Leicester Tups, Q Show of HereforaL & Devon Cattle. J I Leicester Tups lett, < Sale ot Hereford and Devon Cattle. i > WEDNESDAY THURSDAY [ South - Down Tups lett, j Sale of South- Down ^ E vies, ; Sale of Hereford and Devon Cattle, con- tinued. .- ester Tups lett. - if Heretord and Devon Cattle. ( L i. iSa e I ^ Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. HOUSE of COMMONS.— Tuesday, June 11. Loitn VISCOUNT MELVILLE. A FTEU several orders of the'day had been I, that he had re- MelviHe," dated the 11th of rone through, the Speaker Stated, that he had re cived a letter, signed " Melville," da June. The letter stated, that the Noble Lord havmg- seeri from the Journals, that a Committee had been unposted to take into consideration the Report of the Committee on the Tenth Report of the Board of Naval Fnauiry, his Lordship requested the Mouse to give him leave to be admitted, in order to bS'heard on that subject. , .. • Air. R. DoNDAs'thcn rose and moved, that Lord Viscount Melville be admitted, for the purpose of his being beard.— This motion was agreed to. The Serjeant at Arms Was then ordered to take the Macc, and acquaint Lord Viscount Melville that he might come in. The Serjeant went out accordingly,, and returned with his Lordship, who made three obcisances to the House in coming up to the Bar. The Speaker then put on his hat, and informed his Lordmip that there was a chair for his Lordship to not grossly rc'- 0- e himself in. After a pause of about two minutes, comments r Lord MELVILLE rose and addressed the House. He began by stating, that when he was examined before the Commissioners' of Naval Enquiry, he had !; ccn wholly ignorant of the object respecting which be was to be interrogated. At that time ton it was proper for him to state, that the Com- missioners were in full and complete possession of all Mr Trotter's accounts, not one Ma of which had been communicated- to him. He even did not know that ai v such accounts existed, tu'. d he hud actually never seen thc- i until lie had . peru^ sd the Appendix to the Tenth Report — On that report coming out, he h id applied to the OpihmMoners . to ajlpw him to explain his evidence-, but that request had been tef'sed, the Commissioners stating that, the business was before the' House. It was also proper tor him to remark, that when the Resolutions of the 8th ot Viril passed, it was then a question whether they should be carried before a previous enquiry was n sti- tuied.— His I/' rdship saia he had r. o opportunity of knowing ' he proceedings, and that it, was impossible for him' t ) anticipate them in any way, or. to come • ibp. ird with " ny explanation-. Under the circum- stance- attached to lire- situation irt which he- stood, lie feit himself most aukwardly placed. It was the enrreit wish of his heart to oiler himself, to that House, in which he had so long sat, but this he could not with ptoprietv do to the extent he could wisn, Iving tied up by' the limitations imposed by the House of Parliament to. which he had the honour to belong. By th - te limitations, he could not'urge much, or indeed » m thing by wav of argument in his de- w- ire there a bar to impeachment in existence, it ought to be removed. 1 f the knot could not be untied, it ought to be cut. He had, however, a case in point, where civil and criminal prosecutions were carried on together, and that was the case of Mr. Hastings.— From the report of the select Committee, much new matter had come out; indeed, in his mind, it was of so serious a nature, that the House would feel it impossible to resist the motion for an impeach- ment, with which he meant to conclude. Lord M. - was in that Report charged with participation in the profits derived from the use of the public money. Now, it the House felt that fact to be probable, and susceptible of proof at all, what could they do with the Report but vote an impeachment > He had little doubt but the country was on the verge of making other surprising discoveries, as by paring the nails of a giant, some idea may be formed of his size. He charged Lord Viscount Melville with connivance at the peculation of Trotter; he charged him of course, in the second place, with a high breach of duty ; and thirdly, with a participation in the money derived from the acquittance granted to the representatives of the late Adam Jellicoe. The first of these charges the Noble Lord denied to be a breach of duty; to the second he answered, that he did violate the law, but j He should not fatigue the House with comments on the phantoms conjured up by his Lord- ship in answer to these charges. Trotter, the;' e could be no doubt, had not this business been discovered, might, and certainly would, have gone on to the pre sent moment in drawing tin public money from the OUNDLE, Northamptonshire, June 10,1805. MISS STAPLES respectfully informs her Friends and the Public, that her VACATION commences on TUESDAY the 14th Instant; and the SCHOOL opens again on MONDAY, JULY 29, 1805. IIARBOROUG1I SCHOOL, Leicestershire. WW HI G HTic s p e e t fu 11 v informs his Friends . and the Public in general, that his SCHOOL commences on WEDNESDAY the 19th Day of JUNE, 1805.— The greatest Attention will be paid to the Education and Morals of the Pupils entrusted to his Care.— He is assisted by an able and careful Usher ; and the School- Room is large and commodious. Bedfordshire. To be peremptorily 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, Chancery- Lane, London, on Wednesday the 19th Day of June, 1805, between the Hours of Five and Six in the Afternoon, AFREEHOLD ESTATE, situate at Sharpenhoe, - in the Parishes of STREATLEY and BARTON, in the County of Bedford; comprising the Manor of Sharpenhoe, with the Annual Quit- Rents, Fines, and Manorial Rights; and a Farm, called Sharpenhoe- Bury Farm, containing about 3o6 Acres ot Arable, Bank. Trotter took this money to his own Banker, I Meadow, and Pasture'Land, all Tythe- free ( except where it was impossible the Treasurer of the Navy about three Acres); with the Corn- Tythe ot about could have any controul over it, and any means even 1 3fi0 Acres, and a Sheep- Walk over the Open fields, of o; compelling its restitution. This, however, wasShtirpenhoe aforesaid; late the Estate of Laurence not all ; I. ord MelviHe gave, this power of drawing I Smyth Clerk, deceased, moncv to Trotter, who transferred it to Mr. Wilson ! ( r i" Partu- nlars mn at the time he ( Mr, T.) was in Scotland. What was there, then, to prevent Mr. Wilson from deputing ( jdT Particulars may be had ( gratis) at the said Master's Chambers, in Southampton - Buildings aforesaid; of Mr. jCIennell, No. 7, Staple's- Ihn ; and the principal Inns at Hitchin, Luton, Dunstable, Woburn, and Ampthiil; and of Mr. Smyth, tin Tenant, who will shew the Estate. this power to another, who might, in his turn, trans- j Messrs. Hindley & Roe, Solicitors, at Batdock ; at fer it to some of his interiors > Nothing surely. The'* " *• — - « - » -— • i^--- >- i~ Hon. Member then recapitulated his charges against Lord Melville, b, oth on the 8th apd 10th of April, and now as they stood confirmed by the further evidence ot the Select Committee on'the Tenth Report. Hav- ing proceeded in the same strain of comment on the facts disclosed in the Tenth Report, and those of the I NEWPORT - PAGNELL. J? and P. MEADOWS, with grateful Acknow- - J, ledgments tor the numerous Favours they have been honoured with since their last Address, beg Leave to add, that their MILLINERY- ROOM continues open for Inspection; and having received a fresh Supply ot the most recer. t Fashions, it is hoped those Ladies who may hot yet have had an Oppor- tunity of conveying their Favours, will find it worthy their Attention ; and from the very moderate Charge which will be found attached to . each Article, receive a general Satisfaction. ( PT A large Assortment of LADIES' and CHIL- DREN'S SHOES, of every Description. *** LADIES' and CHILDREN'S STAYS, deserving Attention. To be SOLD, next Month, by PUBLIC AUCTION, Unless disposed of in the mean Time by Private Contract, rpiIE NEXT PRESEN TATION to a RECTORY, - I- situate near OLNEY and NEWPORT- PACNELL, Buckinghamshire. The present Incumbent is about 66 Years of Age. N. B. For further Particulars apply to Mr. TYN- DALE, Solicitor, Lincoln's- Inn Fields. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, k Very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; con- st sisting of a Farm- HoOse, with convenient Out- Select Committee, the Hon. Member drew the general I buildings, and eightv. eight Acres of improvable Ara- interence, that the case which he had made out was i ble, Meadow, and Pasture Land, situate at NORTH- such as rendered it the imi - rious duty of that House } MARSTON, in the County of Bucks, and now in "" 1 the Occupation of Mrs. Denchfield, as Tenant from Year to Year. C^ T The Tenant will shew the Estate; and Appli- cation for Particulars may be made to Messrs. WAL- FORI), GOI. BY, & WAI. TORD, Solicitors, Banbury; or Mr. WYATT, Solicitor, Winslow. V li. ltl^' ^ Y . in; •-'. --- mt violating . the orders under which he to send Lord Melville to a trial before his Peers. The expence of this course of proceeding might possibly be objected to: he should* however, think, that in the. estimation of Lord Melville's friends, no expence could be. too great, if the result jdiould be the vindi- cation of that Noble Lord's integrity and honour; nor, surely, after the many millions which have been so lavishly squandered of late years, could Parliament, should tile result be different, regret the comparatively fence, without rimum,* „ , „ now appeared before the'House. He was no. ar liberty to say any thing MI on the Resolutions ot the House, but he apprehended he was entitled to under- stand them. He should not dwell upon the three preliminary Resolutions,- but he should thank the Hons- for suffering him now to be heard. These Re- solutions were 1' intiumbcr. The first of that series of Resolutions was a mere statement ot a fact, that large sums ot' money had been drawn trom the Bann, under the pr Hence of being applied to naval services, which l-. ad been applied to discounting bills and pur- chasing stock and also to private emolument. This Resolution did not refer to him ; but by tile next Resolution Mr. Trotter was stated to have done all this in his capacity of private agent to Lord Melvilie. Coupling these ' Resolutions together, the whole amount of them was, that raval money had been in- vested in stock. That might have been the case, but it was done without his knowledge or consent, lhe impressions made by these Resolutions, had been widely diffused, and had extended over the whole Empire, and thev went to establish against him the foul charge of connivance and peculation. He could, however, assert before that House, and - the country at large, that this charge was erroneous. He never knew or understood that Mr. Tetter had drawn money from the Bank, in violation of the law; neither did he ever learn or understand that that gentleman had applied money tor the purchase of stock, Ol in discounting bills. His Lordship asserted that lie had never given Trotter the power ot'drawing money from the Bank for the purposes of private emolument, or for any purpose whatever, except the leral application for which it had been destined. With regard to withdrawing the money, from the H'tti'; and lodging it with a private Banker, lie certainly did sanction that practice, although he could not now s. ecify the time he did so. But he authorized that practice only during the period the money was not wanted for the public service.— A great mistake seemed, to prevail in regard to the Act of the 25th of the King, as if it had made complete regulations for the Navy Pay- Office; it did not go so far, it merely enared, that the Treasurer's accounts- should be a per- sonal, not a", official account. This was the whoie scope and object of that Act, which was very brief, consisting only of 12 short clauses. The Noble Lord here entered into a long train of argument in justifica- tion of the practice of drawing large in place . of small sums from the bank. There might, he observed, be a violation of the Act, without any intention of committing it; and there might alio be a breach of duty without being a high breach of duty-. The House would observe, that he had stated this argument generally, without speaking at all to the application of the money obtained in tftis way. It had been said that trilling expence attending the conviction of a great public delinquent. The Ho„. Member concluded with moving, " That Henry Lord Viscount Melville be impeached of high crimes and misdemeanors."— Mr. Vvhitbread stated, that he held in his hands DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM, With early Possession. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Very desirable FARM, Freehold and T'ythe- t » tree, situate at WI- GG1NTON, in the County of Oxford; consisting of a convenient Farm- House Mr. w hitbread stated, that lie held 111 H, s bands with necessary Barns, Stables, and Outbuildings, and other articles of charges and resolutions; which, how- yseven illclosures of very giod A raffle and Pasture eVA)' o Bot r 1 •' 1 • 1 U ! 1 Land, conveniently divided, containing together sixty Mr.. BOM, agreed in general withi the remaks made A or'thereabouts, in the Occupation of Mr. UI o'V^ o^ n^ commnted wi) liam filoxham; Possession of which may be had fjforlhaniptyRsiure Quat terage- Money. THE Chief Constables " are to collect and pay in, at the ensuing Sessions, Ten single Quarterly Payments, p CHR. SMYTH, Clerk of the Peace. Northampton, June loth, 1S05. _ LOST, ON Saturday the 1st of June instant, from All- Saints Church- Yard, NORTHAMPTON, A dark - coloured SHE- ASS. Whoever will bring the said Ass to EDWARO PITTAM, Cotton- End, near Northampton, shall be handsomely rewarded for their Trouble. CAPITAL FARM. To be LETT, on Lease, for a Term of Years, And may be entered upon at Lady- Day next, AMESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with requisite Outbuildings, Yards, Garden, and several Closes of very rich Arabic, Meadow, and Pasture Ground, thereto adjoining and belonging, containing together above 278 Acres, called CROCIIWELL FARM, in the Parish of CANNONS- ASH BY, in the County of Northampton, now in the Occupation of Mr. Eiislta Linnell.— The Fistate is centrically situated betweea the capital Market Towns of Banbury, Daventry, and Towcester. fi^" To see the same, apply to the TENANT; and for further Particulars, or to treat for it ( if by Letter, Post- paid), to Mr. KIRSY, Attorney at Law, in Towcester. To be LETT or SOLD, ~~ And entered upon immediately, Desirable FREF. HOT. D DWELLING- HOUSF, SHOP, and PREMISES, Brick and Sashed Front, pleasantly and commodiously situated in die SQUARE, WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton, with proper detached Buildings ; also a large Yard and Garden thereto belonging, adjoining the Cliuith- Yard: The Whole forming a capit- 1 j Situation tor carrying on an extensive Xrade; or may, j at a small Expence, be converted into an eligible j Residence for a genteel Family. 1 ( Ps" For further Particulars, apply to Mr. T. | ROBINSON, Kettering; or GASCO; GNE TRENCH, Catalogues to be had in due Time at the Red j Wellingborough. Wellingborough. be SOLD by AUCTION, Some Time in the present Month, CLOSE, containing nearly six Acres, most desirably situated within a Quarter of a Mile of the Town of WELLINGBOROUGH, adjoining tfce Turnpike- Road, and in the Occupation of — Mee, Baker. ( fTiT Time and Place of Sale will appear in next Week's Paper. by Lord Melville; but lie could not admit that the offences ot Lord Melville were of that description to which the process of impeachment had usually been supposed applicable. That mode of proceeding was calculated for crimes of a political nature. The most proper course in this" case, would be to direct the At- torney- General, to institute a criminal prosecution against I. ord Melville in the Court of King's Bench. He concluded with proposing an amendment to that effect: stiting. however, that should it not be agreed to, he would then. vote for the original question. The MASTER of the'ROLLS, Mr. k. BROWN, and Mr. ALEXANDER, spoke both against the motion and amendment. Mr. CAR'nvai h7 disclaimed any wish or intention to justify Lord Melville's conduct, or even to extenu- ate his guilt; but it did appear to him that Lord Mel- ville had been sufficiently punished by the steps already taken, and by the Resolutions which, of course, stood upon the Journals of the House. Lord Melville had been exhibited as an object of great public obloquy and odium, and the Hon. Gentleman thought every end of public justice had been thereby accomplished, nor did he think more was expected to be done; he should therefore resist the impeachment as well as the amendment. Lord TEMPLE, Mr. PYTCHES, the Hon. J. S. COCKS, and I. ord H. PETTY, supported the impeach- ment; and Mr. H. ADDINGTON argued in fivout of the amendment. On the suggestion of Mr. Wi LBF. R FORCE, the House, at half past two, adjourned the debate till next day. Wednesday, June 12. This day, after another long and interesting debate, which we regret, for want of room, it is not in our power to give, the House di- vided on Mr. Whitbread's Mo; ion of Impeachment against Lord Melville, which was lost by a majority of 77, the numbers being 272 against 195: the Motioa for a criminal Prosecution against his Lordship, which was proposed bv way of amendment by Mr. Bond, was, however, carried by a majority of nine, the num- bers being' 238 to 229— Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox did not speak at all upon the question. at Michaelmas nexi ( pT Wir. CINTON is situated near the Turnpike- Road from Chipping- Norton to Banbury, distant about six Miles from each Place. *** For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, apply to Messrs. CHURCHILLS & FIELD, Solicitors, Deddington, Oxfordshire. N. B. The Farm may be viewed on Application to the Tenant. ' Vuluuble Sheep and Cotes. To be SOL D by AUCTION, IN LOIS, By EDWARD N. EALE, On Wednesday the 19th Day of this instant June, 1805, at Ten o' Clock in the Morning, at Stanford- upon- A'uon, in the County of Northampton, AValuable COLLECTION of LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, & c.— The LIVE STOCK consists of 111 Ewes with Lambs, 88 Tegs, 18 Wethers, five Spanish Sheep, and one Western Ram; six capital Dairy Beasts, and six feeding Bullocks; tour Draught Horses, one - Yearling Colt, and one Two- year- old Filley, of the Nag Kind; one well- bred Sow, one Sow and Pigs, one In- pig Yelt, and a capital Boar; a Narrow- wheel Waggon; Double and Single- wheel Ploughs ; Har- rows; Geaung t* r two f< fcseV; Winflowhig- Faii, Barn Tackle, and numerous other Articles. (£| R EDWARD NEALF. solicits the early Attendance of his Friends, as the Whole is intended to be sold in one Day; and assures them, that the said Stock will be found well worth their Attention. To be SOLD , by AUCTION, By P. WESTON, On Monday the 17th Day of June, 1805, and follow- ing Davs, ALL the modern and genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNlTURE of the k- te FRANCIS EYRE, Esq. deceased, of Warkiuorth Castle, in the County of Northampton, removed to the TAVERN, ASTROP, in the aforesaid Countv, for the Convenience of Sale; consisting of capital . Goose Feather Beds; Bedsteads and Hangings, in Chintz, Cotton, and Dimity Fur- niture ; Crankey Mattresses; Cotton Counterpanes; Sheets'and Blankets-; Chests of Drawers; Bureaus; Dressing- Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses; Maho- gany and Fancy Chairs; Set of excellent Dining, Card, and Pembroke Tables; capital Clock and Case; China, Glass, and Earthenware: Kitchen- Furniture, and Brewing Utensils in general; with various other Articles too numerous to insert. and White l ion Inns, and Hopcraft's Wine- Vault, Banbury; Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer, Hinton. Sale to commence at Ten o'Clock each Day. Brufield- on- the- Green and Littfc- Houghton. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS 11 AH', On Thursday the 20th Day of June instant, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the George Inn, in Northampton, A Very eligible FREEHOLD FARM; con- ' V sisting of a good Farm - House, situate at BRAF1ELD aforesaid, with a convenient Homestead, Dovecote, and- Outbuildings thereto belonging, all ill good Repair: an Orchard and two Homeclosss, con- taining about 5A. 2R. ( more or less), well supplied with Water; and several Pieces or'Parcels ot fine Arable Land, Lsy, Meadow, Pasture, and Sweard Ground, containing together, by Statute Measure, about seventy Acres and two Roods, more or less, lying dispersedlv in the Open and Common Fields and Meadows of BRAFI E l. D- ON- THE- GREEN and LITTLE - HOUGHTON, in the County of Northampton; with Commons for ninety Sheep and sixteen Cows and Horses, without Stint; and the usual Right of cutting Furze in a Place tailed Brafield turze. ( t- IT The above Farm and Lands are now, and have been for several Years, lett to Mr. Thomas Sanderson, a very desirable Tenant, at the Rent of ;£. 75 a Year. * » * For further Particulars, apply to Mr. BUTCHER, Solicitor, Square, Northampton ; or to the Tenant, Mr. SANDERSON, at Brafield, who will shew the Premises. A. To A To be SOLD by AUCTION, By w. White, On Wednesday the 19th Dav of June, 1805, on the Premises of the late Mr. GEORGE GODFREY, of TO DOING TON, in the County of Bedford, deceased, PART of his STOCK and EFFECTS; cot:- sisting of a Cock and Stump of exceeding good Hay, about Iti Tons; two Dung Carts, and one Calf Ditto; Half- Hogshead Copper, and a 20- Gal Ion Ditto; Dairy Utensils ; Corn- Binns, Harness for two Horses* a, long Ladder, Quantity of Hurdles and Faggot-, about 1500 new Bricks, a Quantity ot Dung, old Iron, and other Articles. ( pf Sale to commence at Ten o'Clock. All Peisons who have any Claim or Demand on the Estate and Effects of the said Mr. GEORGE GoprREY, deceased, are desired to send an Account thereof either to the said Mr. John Morris, or Mr. William Godfrey, in order that the same may be dis- charged; and all Persons who star. d indebted to the Estate of the Deceased, are requested to pay the same forthwith to the said Mr. Morris or Mr. Codfrev. A emolument had been derived from the money being m the hands of a private Banker, and that there might beau understanding between the Banker and the person plac- ing such money in his keeping. Certainly there might. The practice of lodging money in the hands of private Rankers continued for two years after his Lordship went out of office, and probably might have still ex- i. sted, had not doubts arisen In the minds of Mf. Bat- hurt, t and Lord Harrowby, who discontinued the cus- tom ; but he was sure lie could demonstrate the ne- i cessitv for the sub- accountant's accounts being kept j at a Banker's near the office, where it was always I under the eve of the Paymaster. Such an arrange- ment, in his mind, was infinitely preferable to keep- ing cash in the Bank of England, from the frequency md variety of payments which it was necessary to in, i. e. He had, lie observed, availed himself of the 5th clause ot the Act appointing the Board of En- quiry, not with any View of screening himself, but for the purpose ot withholding disclosures, which, as the facts were connected with the fmblic service, it would have been extremely improper for him to have divulged. He enlarged on the supposed connection between himself and the late Mr. Tweedy, which he denied. He next entered into various details of seve- ral pecuniary transactions relative to the 40,000 ap- plied to Boyd and Bcnfield, and vindicated his conduct in that affair. After enlarging generally on these se- veral topics, and appealing to the candourand liberality of the House for a fair interpretation of his conduct, the Noble Viscount withdrew. Mr. WHiTBRF. AD'then rose, - He observed, that it must be matter of great satisfaction to the House, that the Noble Lord who hail been the subject of public accusation, and against whom the Resolutions of the 8th and 10th of April had passed,, had. at , last availed himself of an opportunity of stating his defence; but it would have yielded more satisfaction to the House, had it heard any thing from that Noble Viscount in answer to the various charges brought against him. The Noble Lord had in strong terms stated his inno- cence, but he ought to have stated, at the same, time, j To the DEBTORS AND CREDI TORS f FRANCIS BEDFORD OLD, if HARDHEAD, in the County tf Bucks, Yeoman. ALL Persons who still have any Claim or r - Demand upon the above- named" FRANCIS BEDFORD OLD, are particularly desired to take Notice, that unless they send an Account of their re- spective Demands either to' Mr. Austin Johnson, of ) the Parish of Courtenhall, in the County of North- , amptpn; or Mr. William Cave, of the Parish of j Qiiinton, in the said County of Northampton ( to I whom the said Francis Bedford Old hath now con- ! veyed and assigned all his real and personal Estates); or to Mr. Howes, Solicitor, in Northampton ; within the Space of one Month from the Date. hereof, they will be excluded all Benefit under the Trust Deed; and the Public arc desired not to give any further To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. C UL L ING WO R TH, At the Fox- and- Hounds, in Daventry, in the County of Northampton, on Thursday the 20th of June instant, at six o'Clock in the Evening, Very ricli CLOSE of PASTURE LAND, adjoining the Staverton Road, and lying near the Town of DAVENTRY; containing by Statute Mea- sure 5A. 2R., 3P. in the Occupation of Mr. James Vincent, who has Notice to quit on the 21st of De- cember next.— The Land- Tax is redeemed. { jit* For Particulars, apply to Mr. BURTON, At- torney, in Daventry. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. CULLING WO RTH, At Mrs. Ayers's, the Boot Inn, in Daventry, in the County of Northampton, on Friday the 21st of June instant, at Six o'Clock in the Evening, under such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced ( unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due Intelligence will be given,) ALT. that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, containing 36 Feet in Front, with the Yard, Garden, Stable, and other Out- buildings, pleasantly situated near the Market- Hill, in the populous Borough of DAVENTRY aforesaid, now in the Occupation of Mr. James Tillev s together with 1A. 1R. ISP. of capital GRAZING LAND, Sing/ e- Horse Chaise. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. Kl'RSHAW, On Saturday the 22d of June, 1805, on the MA'RKFT- HILL, NORTHAMPTON, A Neat SINGLE- HORSE CHAISE, with a Head, and exceeding good Harness, complete; also TWO other CH AISES or GIGS, without Heads. ( PT For further Particulars, enquire of the AUC- TIONEER, Northampton. ——— #- » —^ 1' reehold iiMi CofruMil ilcvwble F. stsTes. To be SOLD" by AUCTION, By THOMAS WOOD, On the Premises, on' Thursday the 20tli Day of June, 1805, between the Hours or Four and Six o'Clock in the Afternoon, in two Lots, Lot 1. A Copvhold Brick and Tiled MESSUAGE XI or TENEMENT, situated in the Butcher's Market of LE1GHTON- BUSSARD, in the County of Bedford; consisting of a convenient Dwelling- House, Parlour, comfortable Sleeping- Rooms, Cel- lars, Wash- House, Shop, Range of Butcher's Sham- bles, and two Shops, with a tiled Cover over the same, j A Freehold Garden, Yard, Slaughter- House, tw'o Stables, and a Wood- Bam, with the Use ot a Well of good Water. Lot 2. The Copyhold old- established and good- ac- customed INN, called the CROSS- KEYS ( now in full Tiade), eligibly situated, and adjoining Lot I; comprising a large and commodious Kitchen, PaTlour, spacious Dining- Room, genteel Bedchambers, Gar- rets,. excellent Cellarage, and a convenient Brewhouse. A Freehold paved Yard, Stabling for thirty Horses, Lofts over the same, with other requisite Out- Offices, and a Well of fine Water. [ jCj" The Tenants have Notices to leave at Michael- mas next, when Possession may be expected. For a View of the Premises, apply to the TENANTS'; and further Information may be obtained, and Particulars had, of Mr. WILLIS, Solicitor, I. eighton- Bussard ; Mr. CHARLES WILLIS, Solicitor, Winslow; and of the AUCTIONEER, Leighton- Bussard. Credit to the said Francis Bedford Old, as" the said j in the new Inclosure ot DAVENTRY FIELD Trustees will not be answerable for any Debts which lying near Sowbrook, and adjoining the Chester Turn he may hereafter contract.— And all Persons who still stand indebted to the said Francis Bedford Old, are requested to pay their Debts to the said Mr. Johnson, Mr. Cave, or Mr. Howes, within the Space of ene Month from the Date hereof, or they will be sued for the same without further Notice. Northampton, 9, th June, 1805. WOU GHTON A SSOCIAl'ION, For the PROSECUTION of ROBBERS. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Annual Meeting of this Association will be held at Mr. BARRINOER'S, the SWAN, at WOUGHTON, on WED- NESDAY the 19th Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, for the Purpose of inspecting the Treasurer's Accounts, and receiving further Subscriptions if thought necessary. ( JUT Dinner ordered at Two o'Clock. GEORGE COOCH, Treasurer. Newport- Pagnell, 13th June, 1805. HOCKLIFTE ROAD. NOTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the Toll- Gate upon the Tufnpike- contradittory to his evidenc* upon oath, lie had told the House, that were they disposed to put hi, m on his trial, there was no tribunal'comp-.' tent to. enter, upon such a subject, because the House ot Peers had pre- judged the case already; and that the public mind was contaminated against him. The public mind might doubtless be inflamed against the Noble Lord, because he had conducted himself in such a manner a, to excite general and universal indignation. It was therefore not the pannel of lite Jury that the Noble i ord attacked, but actually the whole country. He hud proposed that the Committee should take into consideration the fourteen Resolutions respecting the conduct of the Noble Lord, but this the House had refused, and had constituted the Committee under several restrictions, which were soon after discovered to be directly contrary to the due course of justice. This It was conceived would operate as a complete b . r to. impeachment, as a civil and criminal prosecu- tion coultl not go on at the same time. But were ! Post near Brington Bridge, in the said County of there no instances of two processes of that kind going ; Huntingdon, will be held at the. WHITE LION TNN, forward together > In a case of common assault might ; in K IMBOLTON, on MONDAY the 1st. Day of JULY not a man be indicted for that offence, in order to lie j next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon; when the said made a public example, and at the same time be pro- j Trustees will settle the Treasurer's apit other Accounts, se. tutcd, by- a civil action, for the recovery of damages choose new Trustees in the Room of such as shall be to the WHITE- I. ION INN, in LITTLE- BRICKHILL, on MON- DAY the 17th Day of JUNE next, according to the General Turnpike Act; which Gate produced the last Year, clear of the Charges of collecting, and will be Eut up at the Sum of =£. 541.— Whoever happens to c the Best Bidder must at the same Time pay down a Deposit of = C. 50, and give such Security for Payment of the Rent as the Trustees present shall direct. By Order of the Trustees, THOMAS EWESDIN, Clerk. Sto^ y- Stratford, IfM May, 1805. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, HPHAT the Annual Meeting of the Trustees of H- the Turnpike- Road leading from the North End of Brown's- Lane, in the Parish of Great- Staughton, in the County of Huntingdon, to the Way- Post near Wellingborough Biidge, in the County of Northamp- ton', and from the Pound in Kimbolton to, the Way- pike- Road leading from Daventry to London, now in the Occupation of Mr. Mieres, Tenant at Will. g5T For further Particulars, or to treat for the same by Private Contract, apply to the Auctioneer, in Daventry aforesaid. ~ To be S O l7D by AUCTION, By DENNIS SON, On Friday next, the 21st of June, on the Premises, SUNDRY LOTS of HOUSEHOLD- FURNI- TURE, TIMBER, IRON, & c. & c. the Pro- perty of Mr. LESTER, . at, his. Manufactory, in/' COTTON- END, near Northampton ; consisting off Oak in the Log; small Scantling and a few seasoned Boards; several Lots of. small Ash Scantling, Fire- Wood, & c. ; a. Quantity of Scfap Iron; a Pair of Smith's Bellotvs ; Work- Benches, & c.— The FURNI- TURE consists of Tables, Chairs, Beds, Bed- Furniture, Brewing- Vessels, & c. & c. ( S3" The Sale to commence precisely at Ten o'Clock. N. B. Mr. LESTER informs his Friends, and the Public in general, that he has removed his MANU. FACTORY to the SECOND WHARF on the North Side of the PADDINCTON BASON; and that all Orders will for the future be received by him at his Imple- ment Warehouse,. PiccADiit- Y, LONDON. WM. LESTER. To be SOLD by ' AUCTION, By Mr. HAWTYN, On Friday the 28th Day of June, 1805, at the Plough Inn, in Adderbury, ASubstantial FARM- HOUSE, with a good Bakehouse and suitable Conveniences, two Barns, Stable, and other useful Outbuildings, Yard, Garden, and Orchard, with two inclosed Fields of about eight Acres of rich Arable Land, very con i'guous tothesaidDwelling- House, situate at Adaerbury- East, in the County of Oxford. ai « j in the q> ccupa< « > » a( fhek Proprietor, Mr. John Cox. gdr For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. WALFORD, GOLBY, & WALFORD, Solicitors, Banbury. Warwickshire. WHITE PAPER AND CORN MILLS. To be LETT by PU lUC AUCTION, To the Highest Bidder, for a Term of Years, to com- mence at Michaelmas next, at the House ot Mr. Burrdl, in Wootton- Wawen, in the County of Warwick, on Monday the loth of July next, at Twelve o'Clock, ALL those well- accustomed, substantial, Brick and Tile WHITE PAPERand CORN- MILLS, together with TWO DWELLING- HOUSES aid GARDENS, and six Acres of rich PASTURE and MEADOW LAND, situate at Wootton- Wawen afort- said ; six Miles from Stratford- on- Avon, two fnm Henley- in- Arden, sixteen from Birmingham, ten from Warwick, and six from Alcester. ( ts" The Mills » reabundantly supplied with Water, and contain every Convenience for carrying oil the respective Trades On an extensive Scale. Printed Descriptions and further Particulars may be had on the Premises; of Messrs. William, Gray's; Inn, London; and of Mr. Hopcraft, Crowton, Northamptonshire. ' NOTICE IS HKHEI1Y GU K ,, rpiIAT the TOLLS arising at the Toll- Gate' upon .1. the Turnpike- Road leading from the Town of Huntingdon, in the County ot Huntingdon, to the Causeway at or near tiie West End of the Town of Somersham, in the said County, will be LET T- by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the- COUNCIL- CHAMBER, in the Town of HUNTINGDON, oil ' 1' CF. S- IIAY the NINTH Day of JULY next, between the ine of the same Dav, in the Manner directed by the Act pasted in the thirteenth the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads- which Tolls produced the last Year the Sum of £ above the Expences of collecting them, and will be put up at that Sum.— Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must at the same Time giv? Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the I'rustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Pay ment of the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they slull direct G. MAULE, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Road. To FREEHOLD, Bedfordshire. be SOLD by* A U C T I O N, By J. KII. PIN, On Friday the 21st Day of- June, 1805, at Mr. Gale's, Crown Inn, Great- Barford, Beds, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon ( subject to. such Conditions as will be then produced), ALL that FARM- HOUSE, YARD, BARNS, STABLE, COW- HOUSE, BREWHOUSE, & c. pleasantly situate in the Centre of BARFORD " VT now'ih A. Desirable FARM, CIIEDDINGTON, Bucks. To be S: OLD by AUCTION, By Mr. BERRY, On Saturday the 22d Day of June, 1805, at the King's- i Hours of Eleven and'One " of " the Head Inn, Aylesbury, at Two o'Clpck, J Manner AVery improvable and truly desirable FARM, ; Year of principally Freehold, and a small Part Copy- " hold of Inheritance, situate, lving, and being in the Parish of C H ED DING TO N, Bucks, six Miles from Leighton, three from Tring, and seven from Aylesbury ( the Grand Junction Canal passes through the Parish), in the Occupation of Mr. Win. Stevens, who will give an early Possession; comprising a good Farin- IIouse, six'Bay of Barn Room, Stables, Cow- House, Yard, & c. called Horton's, at the West End of the Village; and fifty- five Acres and a Half ( be the same more or less, fifty Acres ot which are Freehold, and the Remainder Copyhold of Inherit- ance), of Arable, Meadow and Ley Ground, lying dispersed in the open and common Fields; together with Commons of Pasture, according to the Custom of the Parish. Cheddington Field is very excellent Corn Land; and the near Prospect of an Inclosure, its Vicinity to the Canal, and other local Circumstances, render it a desirable Place for the Realization of Property. *** May be viewed by Application to Mr. Cr'agg, at the Three Horse- Shoes, Cheddington, where Par- ticulars may be had; also at the Kine's- Head, Ayles- bury ; Rose- and- Crown, Tring; the Swan, Leighton; the King's- Arms, Berkhamsted; and the King's- Arms, Oxford- Road, London.— Apply for further In- formation to Messrs. JAMES & ROSE, Solicitors; or Mr. BERRY, General Agent, Aylesbury. To be SOLD b^ AUCTIO N, By Mr. UN IBB, On Tuesday the 25th Day of June, and following Days, at NEWPORT- PAGNELL, Bucks, THE valuable STOCK in TRADE lately belong- ing to Mr. WAKEFIELD, Stationer, Jeweller, Cutler, and Toy- man.— The STOCK comprises the Circulating Library, several ' Hundred Volumes of This Day is published, REPORT of the DEBATE, at full Lerffrth on the MOTION for the I MPEACHME NT of LORD VISCOUNT MELVILLE; including the TOWN, now ill the Occupation of Mr. Timothy] Geographical Books; one Pair of 12- Inch Globes, Hawkes, Tenant at Will; with eighteen Acres of rich with two Quarto Volumes belonging thereto.! History, untie i mn .. BARFORD - itlN. n. * i xr i. . :?_. „?.,." • for the injury done to the opposite party ? In the present case, it was impossible the country could con- j ' ie restitution of > the money to be any thing like j sitlsr the i compensation, atonement tor the. offence. Even then dead, - and transact other Business relative to the id Road.— Dated this 8th Day of June, 1805. WM. DAY, Clerk to the said Trustees. ARABLE LAND, in BARFORD FIELD; CLOSE of fine PASTU- RE, i adjoining the Farm; with a Number of thriving ASH and ELM TREES. TheTIouse comprises a large Kitchen, two Parlours, Dairy, Cellar, two good Bedchambers . and Closets, and. a large Cheese- Chamber, with a small Garden in Front. ; .:. The Out- Premises consist of a good Farm- Yard, two large Barns, Chaff- House, a Stable, for four Horses, Cow - House, vart- Hovel, Pigsties, Hen- House, good Brewhouse; Well of excellent Water, with a Lead Pump, a Right of Common in the ex- tensive Common Of Barford for three Cows, a Breeder, and 30 Sheep. ( pr" The Premises are in good Repair. The Timber to be taken at a Valuation. Novels, Romances, and other interesting Books; Bibles, Prayer- Books, Spelling- Books, Writing Ditto, and Ladies' - Memorandum Ditto; Lockets and Trin- kets ; Scissars, Pen- Knives, and Sealing- Wax ; Ivory, Tunbridge, and other Toys; Clarionets, Hautboys, French Horns, excellent- toned Violins, Tambarines, and. Fifes; Martial and other Music Books for Piano- Fortes, See.; Astronomical and other Instruments ; Books of Architecture, & c.; Writing Paper, Hanging Ditto, and gilt and coloured Papers; Cricket- Bats and Balls; Trap Ditto; Walking- Sticks and Wanghee D itto; Cedar and other Pencils; dissected Maps and Puzzles ; Boxes of' Paints ; a portable Writing- Desk ; Pictures; a Counter, Glass Case, Shop Shelves, and other Articles too- numerous for Insertion, if3" The Sale to'begin each Morning at Ten o' Clock. tart, Banks, Canning, Bathurst, and Ryder ; the At- torney- General, Master of the Rolls, See. Sec. And in the ensuing Week will he published, complete, in one large Volume, ftvo The REPORT of the COMMISSIONERS NAVAL ENQUIRY. London: Printed for H. D. SYMONDS, NO Paternoster- Row; and sold by all other Book^ lleis in Town and Country. ol Dr. BLAlR's SERMONS. This Day is published, in 12mo. Price Sixpence ( embel- lished with a Portrait of the Author J, No. I. ( to be continued weekly) of rpiIE SERMONS of the late Dr. Hugh Blair, J. Minister of the High Church, and Professor of Rhetoric and Belles I. ettres in the University of Edinburgh.— This Work will be accurately printed, with a new Type, on a fine wove Paper, and will be comprised in twenty weekly Numbers, Price Sixpence each; and will form, >\ hen completed, four handsome Volumes, at the small Price of ten Shillings. pf The unparalleled Extent of Sale these Sermons have experienced from tile Public, with the unqua- lified Encomiums bestowed upon them by the different Reviews, make it unnecessary to say any Thing fur- ther in their Praise. The sound Doctrines they con- tain, and moral Precepts tl;. ey inculcate, render them an Object of Admiration with the Divine; and their being- translated into so many ForeUn Languages ( and rapid Sale;, is a further Proof of the intrinsic Merit of these excellent Sermons. London: Printed for R. BUTTERS, 29, Fetter- Lane, Fleet- Street; and sold by ail other Bookseliu* in lowu and Country. Friday and Saturday's Posts. LONDON, June 14. - AOottenbnrgh Mai! arrived o'JLTuSSn& y rnorh- . iiiff with letters and papers to the 23d nit.' — The Prussian Legation was to leave Stockholm upon t hat day. Letters from Holland state, that the'Cape of Good Hope has been ceded to France by private treaty. Government yesterday received dispatches from Lisbon, which arc said to represent the Portuguese Cabinet in a very embarrassed situ tion respecting demands made on the part of France, the object of which is, „ the exclusion of English ships and merchandize from the ports of that country. Monday night a messenger was sent off to St. Petersburg!*: there is reason to believe that he carries with him the ratification of the treaty between this country and Russia. Letters from Deal and Dover mention a. gallant, but unsuccessful attempt on the part of tilt- Courier armed cutter, Lieutenant Boxer,, to cut out a luuger privateer from under , the batteries of Treport. A Lieutenant of the Mteettra, -; iml 1- 1 volunteer seamen, accompanied the Count r. Un- fortunately, however, before she reached the yriniteek, it became a perfect ctt'. m, which left her exposed to the enemy's batteries: she- was con- sequently much damaged; and the Lieutenant of the Msega'ra, with one. seaman, were killed, and another mortally wounded. The body of the' Lieutenant was landed at Deal on Saturday. Our fleet off Brest is superior to the Krcnqh, not iu numbers but in force, Consisting of ' it sail of the line, of which up less than 11 hre'tlir'ee- deckers, besides frigate*. The enemy has the same total of tho line, but. only . three three- deckers.— Our ships are in dally' expectation of descria?.. f. ct the term " of el< v « i weeks he waj con- ; fined at Hortou Inn, where he. was attended by phy- sicians and surgeons, at a very considerable expence; and lie sought from the Jury a just compensation in damages for the agony he had endured, for the charges he had incurred, and tor the loss he had sustained in the cessation of the business on' which his subsistence so much depended. After the witnesses were called, The Solicitor- General, on the part of the defendants, said, that his clients were placed in a situation where no itound judgment, no sedate discretion, and no human foresight, could always protect them. It was not their misconduct, but that of the coachman in their employment, for which they were now to be responsible, and him they had selected with that caution which their duty required. ' The defendants lamented, as much, as any person in Court, the cala- mity to which the plaintiff had been exposed, and they were willing to make that reasonable compen- sation which an English Jurv would direct. Lord r. llenborough.—" The defendants appear to have conducted themselves with prudence and huma- nity in the instructions they have given to the Learned Counsel. The only question for your consideration 1 is, the quantum of injury suffered by the plaintiff; and you will apportion the remuneration accordingly." 1 liis Lordship then derailed the particulars in evidence ; I and the Jury, after retiring for half an hour, delivered 1 a verdict tor the plaintiff— > amages £. 600 FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. Assembly- Room, George Lett, Northampton. " iV- Tll. INC LED ON, of the Theatre- Royal, IT M_ Covent- Garden, most respectfully informs the | Squallerina at the Opera- House. Song- Ladies, Gentlemen, and Public of NORTHAMPTON and its- Vicinity, that, on THURSDAY tiie 20th of JUKE, 1805, he will have the Honour of - presenting them with an Entertainment, entirely new, expressly prepared. for the Occasion, called the W A N D E RIN G M E LODIST; THE ROSE, THISTLE,' AND SHAMROCK; Written for Mr. 1N. I- I. EDON, By Mr. CUERRr, . Author of ticSoldier's Daughter; CONSISTING- or lNrtiusriNi; ORAL MATTER, embracing a Variety of LOCAL and general Joy. c- trp Tl,- r" Tc . ,.,! ;;..- i.... h . iU SUBJECTS, and introductory to. Twelve approved . new, and three, old Songs, their coming otit, ks'they have 117,000 troops em- 1 Composed by the following eminent Masters, viz pear full of SHIELD, DAVY, WHITAKER, MAJ barked, and their ships of tiie. line appe: men. ' Admiral Collingwood ' parted wiHi the Channel fleet on the 23d ult. with nine'sail of the line and the Eudvmion frigate. Five other ships of the line were to have accompanied this squadron, but were detained in consequence of the return, of the French squadron from the West Indies. - • - The Niie lugger reconnoitred " the Chif. onte, on the 27th nit. and found in Rochfort, one ship of three decks, five two- deckers, three frigates, two brigs, and several gun- boats.— In Ferrol, the enemy have 12 ships- of the 1 inbesides, frigates, which are watched by Sir R. Caldvr. The Roval Assent was last week given by commission to the Laud- lax Commissioners Name, Prop'- rty- Tax Amendment, Naval Enquiry Re- newal, Military Commissioners, Irish Spirit Li- cence, Wine Duties, and State Exemption'Duty Bills; and to 32 Acts 6f a private or local nature. The process now to be instituted against Lord Melville, will be as follows:— A motion will be made in the Commons for an Address to his Ma- jesty, praying " that be will direct hi*. Attorney- General to prosecute, criminally, Henry Lord dis- count Melville, for a misdemeanor, on a charge win h the Commons will, as in duty bound, prefer against him." This motion, and thesorder thereon, will pass as matters of course; and, in consequence, tiie Attorney- General will be direcw- d to file an information, ex officio. A rule of the Court of King's- Bench wiif then be served upon the Noble Lord to shew cause, which may be argued the en- suing term; and if such rule be made absolute, the cause will probably be tried by a Special Jury the next Sitting.— The Court, where the party is fou 1 guilty, in their adiudicaSi. m, have the power to fine and imprison, alid even to add ignominious punishment also. By a recent return made to the Court of Don- mark, it appears that 28,966 persons have been inoculated for die cowrpock since its introduction into that kingdom, without a single instance of mortality occurring. Incledon has engaged himself for seven years with the Covent- Garden manager, at £. V> per week. A new and valuable work has lately appeared, descriptive of the present state of the British Me- tropolis, under the title of Modem London. This work is illustrated wifli so great a number of cop- per- phites, exquisitely drawn and engraved, that it becomes a fac- simile of the metropolis, and conveys to every part of the world the most correct ideas of all those scenes which appertain in a peculiar manner to the most populous and wealthy city in the world. In a word, this Splendid and curious work may be said to trans- port London out of itsitlf, and to convey to a distance as correct aiid complete ideas of the British metropolis as could he obtained by an actual visit. Novel- Plantation.— Xot far from Battersea, a new mode of employing ground has been iutro- - dueed. A person has planted 1,500,000 rose- trees, and begun a manufacture of Otto, of Roses.— lour thousand buslte/ s of rose- leaves have been ex- pended to mstke a large smelling- bottle oi the Otto; tiie first bottle of winch was lately presented to the Prince of Wales as a specimen. TtSe following method of destroying insects on wall fruit- trees, is recommended:— Take an old tin watering- pan, or any similar, vessel, and make a charcoal fire in it; add a tube or pipe, made of either tin, leather, or stiff paper, to the spout, which may bo of any sufficient length; then strew some brimstone, tobacco dust, fine shreds of leather, & c. & c. upon the fire in the pan, and cover the top of it: having a pair of bellows ready, hold tho • wind- flap over the tube . or pipe to receive the smoke, which i. t will do very effectually when you use the bellows. By this menus, the suffocating vapour tnav be directed through the bellows to any part of the tree with ' the greatest c- ase and facility,, and the tree soon' cleared of all - vermin. Thursday week, as a labourer was taking dawn part of an old wall within the precincts of the priory of Knaresborough, he discovered nt- ar ltiOO pieces of silver coin, mostly of Edward 1. Friday, while two young gentlemen were firing at a target in Strangewavs- park, near Manchester, one of them being unfortunately behind the gcial at the moment of the other's piece going off, was shot through the body: lie expired the next morn- ing. The parties were cousins, of the name of Faulkner, and members of the rifle regiment, Commanded by Lieutenant- Colonel Hanson. Last week, as a child, between 12 and 13 years of age, was returning from a public- house at Wis- bech" with a glass bottle of ale, its foot tripped against a stone, when, unfortunately falling upon the bottle, its throat was cut from ear to ear, and it died upon the spot. COURT of KING'S BENCH, June 8.— " Bailey v. Wilson and Leu!.— The plaintiff is a mercer, the de- fendants are proprietor, of the Derby coach. Mr. Erskine, for the former, said, that his client had suffered an injury which would deprive him of the means of supporting an afHicted wife and eight children. For the promotion of his business he was accustomed to travel, and was proceeding from Derby to London in the stage- coach of the defendants When about six miles from Northampton, the driver, either from negligence or inebriety, forced the wheels up a bank on the side of the road, in consequence of j which the carriage was overturned, and the plaintiff) had his leg fractured in } manner too shocking to ' D A HMA N, FOR ONE MIGHT ON'LV. At the Assembly- Room,' George Inn, Northampton. BY PERMISSION. MRS. MOUNTAIN, of the Theatre- Roval, Drury- Lane, on MONDAY next, JUNE i? rh, will present an entirely' Nouv'elle Species of Entertain- ment ( never yet attempted by any Female), in three Acts, CAl. LtO THE LYRIC NOVELIST; Or, A SUMMER'S RAMBLE. The Whole to be recited and sung by Mrs. MOUN- TAIN; accompanied on the Vialin by Mr. MOUNTAIN ( from the Opera- House in the Haymarket) ; and on the Grand Piano- Forte by Master KOLLMANN ( from the Nobility's'Concerts in Hanover- Square, Sec.) ACT I. To commence with Solo Violin, accompanied by the Piano- Forte, in which will be introduced the favourite- Airs of " Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town,:' and 11 Dime an Gray." . AN EXPLANATORY EXORDIUM. Scene— A Widow's Fire- Side. Song—" Conflict of Love and Dut>." SHIELD. Scene— Bond- Street Lounger. Song—" Drowsy little Cupid." DAVY. Scene — Hibernian Courtship. Song— " Sweet Strains of Hope." DAVY. THE STORM. CALCOTT. CANTATA—" Poor Emma, the Maniac." WEBBE. SONATA— Grand Piano- Forte, Master KOU. MAN- N ; accompanied on the Violin by Mr. MOUNTAIN. ACT II Scene— The Scotch Visit. Siftg—" Sweet Janettc of the Green." Ross, of Aberdeen. Scene— Signora Mock Bravura, I never shallencora." LANZA. Scene— National Harmony. Song— Nature and Melody" ( the Accom- paniments by MV. MOUNT A t: .) CAROLAN, the Irish Bard. —— Scene— The Wedding delayed. S:- ng— " Simon and Nancy.'* DA. Y. Scene— British Volunteers. Song—" Martial Bravura." CALCOTT. . ACT 111. Scene— A Summer Morning. Hunting Song—" The careful Wife."- HOOK, Srene— An over- righteous Neighbour. SQH£—" Tom, Death, and Mary." HOOK. —— Scene*— Returning- Reason. Song—" Love and Loyalty." HOOK...— Scene— Approaching Happiness Song-— Lyric Epilogue. DAVY. pT ADM- ITTANCE 3S, 6d, N. B. Doors to be opened at Half- past Six, and the Performance to begin precisely at Half- past Seven o'Clock. %* The Music of the Songs in this Entertainment published by Mr. PRESTON, MO. 97, in the Strand, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY, rip H E. Gentlemen of thc: BRACKLEY and 1. CHI f1 PI NG- W A RD E N TROOPS are requested to meet for Exercise, on EDCCOTT- LODGE- HILI., on MONDAY the 17th of JUNE instant, at Ten o'Clock ; and on WEDNESDAY the 19th, at the same Hour, at PLOWM.\ N'S- FUR?. R.- CORNER, in order to be in- spected on that Day by Lieutenant- Colonel Corbett. W. R. CARrWRIGHT, Lieutenant- Colonel. WELLINGBOROUGH VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. THE Gentlemen of the WELLINGBOROUGH VOLUNTEER CAVALRY we requested to . meet on the PARADE, in WELLINGBOROUGH, on MONDAY the -. EVENTEENTH Day of JUNE instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, properly armed and equipped, to be embodied for four Efays. JOHN NEWTON GOODHALL, June 13th, 1805. Captain- Commandant; SPRATTON VOLUNTEER CORPS. SEVERAL Applications having recently been made for Permission to enter into the above k Corps, the Rev. ROBERT CROWTHF. R ( anxious to prevent Persons in tuture having the Trouble of coming Miles to offer their Services) acquaints the Puolic, tliat the Corps has its full Complement of Men ; and in case of any Vacancy, it must be filled up by a Parishioner. Spratton, June 11th, 1S05. BEDI- OKD, June 12th, 1805. NNILE SUBSCRIBERS to the CHARITY for the S REI. I F F of CLERGYMEN'S VVI DOWS, & c. of the COUNTY of BEDFORD, are requested to meet at the SWAN INN, on MONDAY the 24th Instant W. P. NETHERSOLE, Treasurer On Wednesday se'nnight, Mrs. Stvihneyj wife of Mr, Swinney, printer, Birmingham. Lately, rtt Barrow - upon- Soaj', Leicestershire, Mrs. Ann Beaumont, relict of Mr. J. Belmont, of the same place. A few days ago, at Flectney, Leicestershire, in the 38 year' of hir age, Mrs. Carter, wife of Mr. R. Carter, farmer and grazier. A few days since, Mr. Win. Whiting, farmer, of Sow, near Coventry. On Monday last, at Drayton- House, near Thrapston, aged 73, after a long and painful in disposition, which she bore with a true christian resignation,- Mrs. Elizabeth Love. On Tuesday last, much esteemed and respected by ail his acquaintance, Mr. Alderman Milk, of this town, in the 85th year of his age. Yesterday, Sir. Wm. Peirce, of tiiis town. OR MA/. ZINGHI, and PURCEU. ( f3* >' he W hole'of the Entertainment ( divided into j is, , .. . , .. three Parts) to be recited by Mr. . BARCLAY, of) London; and rokfbv all the r- spectable Music Vend- the Theatre- Royal, Drury- Lane; the Songs by Mr. ; ers in the United. Kingdom.— Printed Books of the INCLEDON; accompanied on the Piano- Forte bv Mr. HORN.— Particulars of the Entertainment arc fully explained in the Hand- Bill. , %* Tickets andSong_ s to be had of Mr. BURNHAM, Northampton. 7 BOUGHTON- GREEN FAIR,' 1805. MORE NOVELTIES! ' SAUNDERS'S NEW AMPHITHEATRE. VERY DAY. during the FAIR, will be pre- - J sented the greatest Variety of novel Entertain, ments ever produced.- HORSEMANSHIP, by the YOUTHFUL INDIAN, BIVACKMORE, BRADLEY, Sec. enriched by YOUNG SAUNDJiRS, known in London by the Appellation of the EQUESTRIAN ROSCIUS!! ( Clown, Mr. JEEFERIES.) Mr. SAUNDERS, ever anxious to cater well for the Amusemept ot the Public, has engaged, at a consider- able Expence ( expressly for this Fair), that wonderful PHENOMENON, Signior BEBZOMA, The, l'atagnnian ' Sampson ! ! ! whose astonishing Height ( upwards of seven Feet) and athletic Form have not been equalled since the Days of his Predecessor, Sampson of old. He will carry from five to twelve Men at once, and at the same Time perform a March and display two Flags, with other KERC'UTEAN EXERCISES. Pleasing Equilibria on the WIRE by the inimitable Mm SAUNDERS. Her Performance on the WIRE and in HORSEMANSHIP drew crowded and brilliant Audiences this Season to Astley's Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge. Monsieur HENGLER, Pupil ot' the celebrated Mr. Richer, WILL GO THROUGH HIS UNPRECEDENTED FEATS ON THE T I G II T R O P E; WITH the COMICALITIES of Ilie R ISIR I E CLOWN. POLANORIC and ANTIPODEAN EXERCISES. In the Course of the Entertainments, The laughable Journey of Billy Hut ton to Brentford. A. SAUNDERS, encouraged by the unbounded Success with which a generous Public lias honoured his former Undertakings, now makes the only Return in his Power for their Patronage, by oliering to their Inspection, in Addition to the above,, an entire new DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE, which for Dresses, Scenery, and Decorations, he Hatters himself stands unrivalled ; and by sparing neither Expence nor Atten- tion, he doubts not of convincing his Patrons their Goodness holds the foremost Seat in his Recollection. A new grand MEI. O- DRAME ( written expressly for the Purpose by G. M. LEWIS), will be presented, called RED BEARD; Or, The TALE of TERROR. Red Beaid, King ot Naples, Mr. Le BRUN.— Mo- rano, Friend to Rosaldo, Mr. WILMOIT. — Ravino, Confidant to Red Beard, Mr. PEARCE.— Algonah, Mr. FREELAND.— Martino, Mr. WILLI AMS.— Henrico, Ro- saldo's infant Son, Mastef BLACKMORE.— Rosaldo, Heir to the Throne, and married to Adeliza, Mr. LEWIS. — Soldiers and Attendants, Messrs. LEF, SMITH, & c. & c.— Paulina, Spectre of the late Queen, Mrs. I. E BRUN.— Adeliza, vViie to Rosaldo, Mrs. FAWCETT.— Ladies' Attendants, Messrs. MORTON, SUSETT, LF. E, & C. The following is a short Sketch of the Scenery ;— 1. Kosaldo's Tent.— 2. A Hall in Red Beard's Pa- lace.— 3. Ruins of a Castle.— 4. A Cave, with the Appearance of the Spectre of Paulina.— 5. Prison.— To conclude with the Death of Red Beard. AFTER WHICH, A NEW COMIC DUETT, by Mr. Lswisand Mr. FA WCKTT. A Grand PANTOMIME, called HARLEQUIN SEAMAN; Or, BRITISH TARS TRIUMPHANT. TO CONCI. UDF WITH A GRAND PANORAMIC VIEW OF Spit head, and the British 1' leet lying ut Anchor. *** To begin each Day at Twelve o'Clock. Boxes 3s. Pit 2s." Gallery Is. J Words. of the Songs, at Sixpence' each, and Tickets, to be had at the Place of Performance, and of Mr. ABEL, Music and Musical Instrument- Seller, North- ampton ; where also' mat be had the Whole of" the Music in the aboye. Enterrainment. TilK GREATEST WONDER OF TIIF, AGE. UST arrived, and to be seen at BOUGIII'ON- GREEN FAIR, where lie will astonish all Beholders, THE DURHAM OX, The greatest Curiosity ever seen in Europe. a^ T This most surprising Animal was bred by Mr. ! CHARLES COLLING, of Retton ; is nine Years old, ! and would weigh, if slaughtered, two hundred Stone, fourteen Pounds to the Stone, with only nine Inches of Bone in the fore Leg below the Knee, the Breadth of his Back is three Feet three Inches, and is still in a growing and improving State. *** He has travelled more than 2000 Miles, was thirteen Months in London, has increased in Weight more than 60 Stone, and without Doubt is still in creasing ; in short, no Language can give an adequate Idea of the Beauty, Symmetry, and Size of this ex- traordinary Animal. " VVTANTED immediately, Two Journeymen > T CARPENTERSand JOINERS, with Tools ; who may meet with good Work and good Wages, by applying to E. LONCLAND, Yardiey - Hastings, Northamptonshire. To Watchmakers and others. To be LETT, And entered itpon at Midsummer next, AConvenient DWELLING- HOUSE, situate . near the Market. Place, in W1NSI. OW, Bucks, late in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Coster, Watch and Clock- maker. ( P?" Tiie Working Ter. is and Stock in Trade of the said Mr. Coster, may, if required, be taken at a fair Appraisement. For a View of the Premises, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. CHARLES WILLIS, Solicitor, • r Mr. JOSEPH DUDLEY, Auctioneer, both of Win- slow aforesaid. Winslo- w, June 13th, 1805. TOWC ESTER ASSOCIATION. nPHE General Annual Meeting of this Asso- i ciation will be held at the NEW WHITE HORSE INN, in TOWCKSTIR, on THURSDAY next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon; when and where the Members are requested to attend. ( pr Dinner on Table at Two o'Clock. J. M'. KIRBY, Treasurer. Tou'cestcr, June 15, 1805. FIVE CORNEAS REWARD. KUN AWAY., from the Parish of Lillwgstone- Lwell, in Oxfordshire, ' and left his Wife chargeable, RICHARD SAUNDERS, a Native of" the Parish of LECKHAMPSTEAD, Bucks, and who has- lately been removed from thence to the Parish of Lilli'ngstofie- Lovell.— He is about ' 25 Years of Age, rather short, but stout made, is full- eyed, of a ruddy Complexion, full- faced, has a gruff Voice, and is much accustomed to smoke with a short Pipe. — It is supposed tie. has worked- on the Grand Junction Canal. If the said Richard Saunders will immediately return to the Parish- Officers of Lillingstone- Lovell, he will be forgiven the Olfencd he has committed; and if not, any Person who will give Information to them where he may be found, will be handsomely re. warded ; and if he is at a considerable Distance, any Person * lio shall bring him to the Parish. Officers, shall receive of them FIVE .. GUINEAS, and all reasonable Expences. FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, T O WC- E S T E R, Northamptonshire. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By JOHN" DA Y, i On Wednesday the 19th of June, 1805, and following Days, TIIE neat HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, PLATE, LINEN, CHINA, WINE 1, LIQUORS, BEER, POST- CHAISES, HORSES, FLOCK, of SHEEP, and other EFFECTS, the Property of Mrs. PRATT, pt the SARACEN'S- HEAD INN, in TO WCESTKR aforesaid, who is declining Business; comprising Bedsteads, with various Furni- tures; near twenty Goose and other Feather Beds; Mattresses, Cotton Counterpanes, Quilts, and Blan- kets; Night- Tables and Bason- Stands; Pier and Swing Glasses; Floor and Bedside Carpets; Mahogany Dining, TSa, and Card Tables; Parlour and Chamber Chairs; Clock aijd Case; Kitchen- Furniture in general; several Beer Casks, of various Sizes ( Brewing Copper, which holds ISO Gallons, and one smaller Ditto; 20- Bushel Mash- Vat; Brewing Tubs, Coolers, & c. ; a Linen- Mangle, & c.— The STOCK in TRADE con- sists of upwards of 50 Dozen of fine old Port Wine, with other Wines, Brandies, Rum, See. Sec. ; a Quan- tity of fine Ale, & c. ; alio four Post- Chaisis, with several Sets of Harness; 10 Post. Horses, iu good Condition, Saddle- Horses, Sec.; upwards of CO Cou- ples and 20 barren Ewe Sheep ; with various'other Effects. Qdi" The Wines, Liquor, Post- Chaises, Horses, and Sheep, , will be sold on Thursday the 20th ( second Day's Sale ) Catalogues may be had three Days before the Sale, at the following Inns, viz. Saracen's- Head, Daventry, and Newport. Pagnell; Angel, Northamp- ton; Cobham Arms, Buckingham; George, Woburn, and Little- Brickhill; Crown, Dunstable, and Brack- ley; Place of Sale- and of the Auctioneer, Stony- Stratford, Bucks. To Wheelwrights, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAT, On Wednesday. the 26th Day of June, 1P05, on the Premises, at FENNY- STRATFORD, Bucks, " lliE STOCK in TRADE, & c. of Mr. WM. CLARKE, Wheelwright; comprising Planks and Boards; Fellies) Spokes, Plough- Beams, Sharps, Cart Sides, and Harrow Bulls; Pit and other Saws ; Working Tools; small Barn'( building); new Dresser and Shelves, with ' several Lots of Household- Fur- niture. ( The Sale to begin exactly at Eleven o'Clock. L O N 7) O N, June 15. . THE Hamburgh Mail due on Wednesday, is arrived.— Letters from Vienna state, that the Emperor of the French has demanded of the Court of Vienna permission to occupy Austrian Dalmatin with French troops. It is much doubted whether that Court will consent to this proposal. All correspondence between this country and Holland is again put a stop to; an order having been issued, that, any person conveying letters or passengers from hence to the Dutch ports, are to be publicly disgraced and. imprisoned for life. A Mail from Lisbon arrived on Thursday, brought to Falmouth by the Walsingham packet. Some of the private letters, dated May 29, state, that the Childers sloop of war had arrived in the Tagus from a cruise, during which she spoke a neutral vessel, who informed her that on the 4th of May, in the latitude of the Canaries, she saw a large fleet, which she took to be the combined French and Spanish squadrons. The accounts from Gibraltar, received by the Lisbon Mail, are of so late a date as the 28th of May. At that time, the expedition under the command of Sir James Craig still remained there, waiting for further orders from England.— The Spanish Commandant at St. Roche had notified to General Fox, that from the 1st of June all com- munication bc- tw. een the garrison and Spain was to cease by sea and latid. According to a communication received by the above mail, the American Minister has left Madrid, in consequence of the abrupt termina- tion of the negotiations which have been so long pending between his Catholic Majesty and the United States. Through the interference of France, however, it is thought that all differences between these two powers will soon be effectually, adjusted. Barbadoes Papers to the 13th of April inclusive, have arrived.— Since the return of the enemy's expedition all again is commercial bustle in the West Indies, and the ships are loading for Europe with great activity. The Tartar frigate, of 32 guns, on the Jamaica station, is lost near Bermuda; crew saved. It has been strongly conjectured that Lord Nelson has gone to the West Indies, but this is not known. The Surinam sloop of war, which had been dispatched with important instructions for the noble Admiral, not knowing his course, has returned. This circumstance is supposed to strengthen the presumption of his Lordship's hav- ing gone to the West Indies. It appears by letters from Portsmouth, that some ships of war have been spoken with in a situation that induces a belief, that the French and Spanish fleets which sailed from Cadiz on the 10th of April, have separated, and that the latter have proceeded to the West lndies.— We further learn, by a pas- senger arrived'at Portsmouth, in an American vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, in eleven The Althorp, Northampton, WeHingborongb, Daventry, Towcester, and Wymr. rsley Troops of Yeomanry Cavalry, and the - Northampton Volun- teer Cavalry, pursuant to orders issued for tin ir being embodied six days, assembled here on MOIH day last. On Thursday the several troops were inspected by Colonel Corbett, and yesterday tliey were reviewed by General Warde; on both which occasions they wept through their several military evolutions with very great precision, and they may now be said to have attained that thorough ' 0 state of discipline, which tits them for any service . j the interests and welfare of their King and Country may at any time demand. That, distinguished Nobleman, Earl Spencer, who with so much honour and crcdit commands the Yeomanry of this county, each day attended the troops into" tho field.— Their term of permanent duty expired this day. The Kettering Volunteer Infantry marched into Wellingborough yesterday se'nnight, there to re- main embodied for 14 days. The long- desired event of the birth of a son and heir to the noble family of Chesterfield, has caused the greatest sensation in the vicinity of Aylesbury. His Lordship, on the King's Birth- day ( the 4th of June) provided an elegant enter- tainment for his numerous tenants, at the White- Hart Inn, where the greatest joy prevailed. The prisoners at the gaol were relieved with a noble donation; and as a return expressive of gratitude, the landholders under his Lordship caused the hells to be rung, and an address to be prepared arid presented to this Nobleman, who, amongst his other virtues, ranks that of being one of the best of landlords.— Their Majesties stood ( by proxies) for the • infant, who has been christened by tiie name of ^ orge Augustus. We are happy in having it in our power ro inform our readers, that Mr. SAUNDERS at the lead of the most numerous troop in the ki. gdom intends visiting Boughton- Green Fair. Among the nov -: iies to be presented, are, the wonderful 1' atagoi iau Ssuapson, young Saunders ( the equestrian Rosciu ), an>. his fas- cinating sister ( universally acknowledged t . lust female performer in the world); Mr. Richer, juii. on the rope; together \ yith an entire new grand Melo. Drams and superb Harlequin. id Pantomime, . a theatrical corps of eminent merit: the whole bids fair to surpass any thing of the kind ever seen n tins Fair before. The preparations art on a mor- ex. en, ive scale of elegance than ever; ana such is the enprcce- dented succcss attending the attraction o, t:.. jUuve entertainments, that the Amphm » . atre ( large as u is) can scarcely accommodate the , unib. r of Ui. tn. guished visitors that resort to it vvnerevi r it goes We have the pleasure to inform the public, that the sum of twenty guineas was this day paitl into j the hands of the treasurer of the General I n- firmary in this town, bv John Armytage, i-'. sq. being a benefaction from Miss Fountayne, of t'ap- plewick, Nottinghamshire, towards carrying on the charitable designs of that excellent institution. Sunday last, at the Dissenting Meeting, Mai- kot- Harborough, after a charity sermon preached by the Rev. Mr. Hillyard, of Bedford, a collection was made for the benefit of the Sunday School, amounting to near of .20, exclusive of private sub- scriptions, Sunday se'nni^ ht, an inquest was taken before Daniel Welstead, Esq. Coroner for the hundred of Leightonstone, in the county of Huntingdon, on the body of Thomas Robinson, poulterer, of the parish of Leighton, who was accidentally killed in consequence of his cart overturning as he was on his return from Huntingdon market the preceding evening. Verdict— Accidental death, An inquisition was taken on the 8th instant, at the parish of Mentmore, in the county of Bucks, before Mr. Allen, a Coroner for that county, on the body of Sarah Arnold, a child about four years of age, who had fallen into a ditch and was drowned. Verdict— Accidental death. And on the 9th instant, another inquisition wa. s ' taken at Adstock, in the same county, before the same Coroner, on the body of Benjamin Barton, weeks, that all the Dutch troops were encamped I a labourer, who was killed by the" earth falling without the town, and that barracks were fitting j jn upon- him while he was at work getting gravel. up for a large French force, which was shortly e. x pected there.— This statement, if correct, con- Verdict— Accidental death. On the same day, another inquisition w^ s taken firms what is stated in the preceding post, that the j before the same Coroner, at Crislow, in tfie same r Cape of Good Hope has been ceded to France by a private treaty. A report is it) circulation that' the Rochfort squadron has again set sail, but it is nut generally credited. FORTUNATE LOTTERY- TICKETS. of £. 2,000.— No. 456* =£. 20,000. — N « . 17,477 =£. 1,000.— No.. 25,305 and 20,824, ^. 100 each. Eighth Day.— No. 15,683 ( as first drawn), a Prize of = e. 30,020.— No. 24,1.37, =£. 2,000.—.^ o. 2,340 =£. 1,000.— Nos. 13,823, and 15,904, =£. 500 each.— Nos. 28,602, 22,150, 24,107, 5,002, 9,524, and 29,612, =£. 100 each. — o STOLEN OR STRAYED, UT of a Field at Woottim, near Northampton, late on Sunday Night, or early on Monday Moriiine last, A strong BAY HORSE, fifteen Hands and an Inch high, six Years old; has two white Heels behind, a Star in his Forehead, some Saddle Marks, a short Tail, and some Marks on his Shoulder as if pinched with a Collar. fcs" If the said Horse is strayed, whoever will bring him to Mr. S. WILSON, Dealer in Horses, Nortliampton, shall be handsomely rewarded for their Trouble, and have all reasonable Expences paid; and if stolen, a Reward of TEN POUNDS will be paid on Conviction of the Offi- jider ot Offenders. JuneHth, 1S05. FREEHOLD HOUSE AND PREMISES, SYf'. RSHj& M, Northamptonshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN" DAY, On Thursday tiie 27th of June, 1805, at the King's- Head Inn, in Syersliara, near Brack ley, exactly at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, ANeat Brick and Tile- built MESSUAGE or . TENEMENT, with Yard and Garden, situate in SYERSHAM aforesaid, late in the Occupation of Mr. Wilkins. 83T Immediate Possession may be had. * » * For Particulars, enquire of the AUCTIONEER, in Stony- Stratford. Household- Furniture, 4' c. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Saturday the 29th of June, 1805, at the Green Man Public- House, near the Church, in Hanslop, Bucks ( removed there for Convenience of Sale); COMPRISING Bedsteads, with Furnitures; Feather and Flock Sods; Quiltrand Blankets; Chests of Drawers; Tables and Chair ; Glasses; Clock and Case; Bed and Table Linen; a neat Kitchen- Grate, and Ash- Grate; Smoke- Jack and Chimney- Cranes; small Barrel Churn; several Beer Casks, Tubs, Sec.; five Dozen of dry Cart Fellies, and four Axletrces ; one Eight- dozen Chum and Frame ( nearly new)-; and various other Effects. £ 5* The Sale to begin exactly at Eleven o'Clock, ; cyuntv, on the body of William Burrell, a servant boy, who fell upwards of 40 feet from the roof of Mr-. Western's house, as lie was looking for sparrow's nests, in the absence and contrary to the orders of his master. Verdict,— Accidental death. And on the 10th instant, another inquisition was I taken before the same Coroner, at Stony- Stratford, Seventh Day— No. 6,344 ( as first drawn), a Prize [ in the same county, on the body of Win. Philpot,. an old man upwards of 60 years of age, who hanged himself in his bed- room. Verdict— Lunacy. s lt'is rather an extraordinary circumstance, that the nail from which he hung was so low, that his knees very nearly touched the floor. III reply- to Mr. S.' s Observations, we think it right to state, that the Article in one of our late Papers, recommending BELSHAM'S HISTORY of ENS- LAND. Was sent as an Advertisement, and paid tor accordingly. The Town of Northampton, ? The ASSIZE cif BREAD TO WIT. S set the ,15th Day of June, 1805, for the said Town, to take Place on Monday the I7th Day of June, and to be in force seven Days for the said Town'of Northampton. ' lb. oz. dr. The Sixpsnny Loaf Wlleateh is to weigh .. 1 11 0 • Ditto Household is to. weigh ....... 2 4 i The Twelvepenny Loaf Wheaten is to weigh 3 6 C Ditto Household'is to weigh 4 8 9 F. HAYES, Mayor. PRICE, of CORN per Quarter at Northampton, Saturday, June 15. PRICE Bank Stock 3 per Ct. Red. 3 per Ct. Cons. . 4 per Ct. Cons. 5 per Ct. Ann. STOCKS. Imp. 3per Cents. 1 ndia Stock india Bonds Exc. Bills Omnium , sh. 182*. .' sh.. . sh. 34 pr. NO R THA MP TO N, SATURDAY EVENING, June 15. MARRIED.] On Thursday se'nnight, Mr. Edward Jones, of Packi- ngton, to Miss M. Bird, of Coventry. Same day, Mr. Thomas Marriott, jun. horse- dealer, to Miss Mary Whiting, both of M. oulton, in this county. On Sunday last, Mr. R. Clarke, baker, to Mrs. Stevens, of Coventry. On Mofiday last, Mr. R. Marston, to Miss M. Wilmorc, both of Endcrbv, in Leicestershire. On Thursday last, the Rev. Wm. Jesse,, jun. of Moseley Heath, near Birmingham, to Miss Sarah Kendall, of Melton- Mowbray, Leicestershire. Same day, Mr. Wm. Cooper, hosier, to Miss C. Lotnas, daughter of Mr. J. Lomas, woolstapler, both of Leicester. DIED.] A few days ago, at Blatherwick, in this county, the Rev. Mr. Jenkins. •'", On Monday se'nnight, aged 35, Titnothy- Bariles, Gent, of Banbury. Lately, at . Oundle, Mrs. Fox, wife-' of " Mr. Wm. Fox, farmer. "' Lately, at Carlton- Scroop, near Grantham, aged 71, the Rev. John Darwin, M. A. rector of I that place, and late of Elston, Nottinghamshire. Wheat, 92s. to 100s. Od. Rye, 60,.. Od. to 63s. Barley, 47s. Od. to 4Ss Od: Oats, 14s.. Od. to 16s". 0d. .. J. GRAFTON, Inspector. Beans, 42s. ("' d. to 44s. Od Peas, 00s. Od. to 00s. Od. By the Standard Measure. Chfii- E. rchtinge, " London, Friday, June 14, i There.^ rQ. very tew fresh arrivals of Wheat to day-,. | . the. supply of foreign, of- second, and ordinary qua- i is; great,: and sales at 10s. per quarter cheaper • than last week;-- the little of fine that continues to be prought, causes i) v> se samples to sell lull as dear. LIST of FAIRS, from June 17 to June 29, i within the Circuit of this Paper.. " Mi JuneTi. Stanifwd and Bel'ton. W. •—= Nirib* mpton. S. "—^' 22. Newport- Pagnell. M-. — 24. Bbushton- Green ( lasts three davs). W. — 26". Braes/ cr. F. - 28. Higham- Ferrers. s. 29. Olney, Dunchmch, and Hook- Norton.* A'vicuit'imd Concern.— To Breeders and others. EDGE'S SHEEP POWDER, For annoyine and preventing the FLY from striking either SHEEP or LAMBS in the hot. M'nths. fllilK invariable Success attending the Use of • this Powder the last three Y . ; for the above Purpose, and the Approbation of it ^ pressed by nu- merous Gentlemen, Graziers, Breeders, - Shepherds, fee. at the Termination of each Summer, establish; b- yond all Doubt, its general Service— not only in preventing the Fly from striking, but thereby saving much Time and Trouble to the Shepherd, preserving the Wool, and preventing fat Meat from sinking, through Pain and Agonv, when struck. ' . The numberless Testimonies to its good F. uects in this Neighbourhood, and the corresponding Appro- bit ion expressed bv Mr. Thomas Bean, ot West- Walton, Norfolk, and manv other of his Friends, who are great Breeders and Feeders in that County, unto whom he has rcc- i'iimended the Use of it the last two Seasons, clearly cvince that it is equal to the Purpose for which it is intended, and has answered troth the Desires of the Public, and the Recom- mendation given it bv the Proprietor, insomuch it may jusly be esteemed R valuable A cquisition to all Breeders, ' and others concerned in Sneep. It is observed also by these Gentlemen, that tins Powder does not in any Respect injure the Staple of the Wool, or leave any Impression thereon, but what will yield to simple Washing, which Fact has been fully ascertained and acknowledged by various Ma- nufacturers, & c. , , . . _ 11 is advisable always to be early enough m the Sea- son in using it; once done, 110 more Trouble ensues during the Summer. , . It is sold in Parcels of 2s. and 4s. each, the smallest of which is sufficient to dress forty, and the largest eighty, Sheep or Lambs { an Expence of but little more than one Halfpenny per Head/, by Mr. Jos Edge, Chemist, Northampton, and at his Shop in Wellingborough on Market- Days; and by Appoint- ment by ' Mr. Thomas White, Bookseller, Wisbech; Mr. John Chenev, Nasehv; Mr. Richard Tandy, of Sherrington; and Mr. Robert Rowell, of Rugby; with full Directions for using it. { jST Observe to enquire for EDGE'S SIIEER POWBF. R, which does not stain tlie Wool; and that his Name, ill his own Hand, is written 011 tl! fc Direction— none else beipg genuine. FLY POWDER AND OINTMENT. pARMERS and GRAZIERS are respectfully " informed, a fresh Supply is received by Dicey Sr Sutton, and Joseph Edge, Northampton ; Tuck & Mather, Wellingborough; Thomas Robins, Daventry; F. hoggin, Aylesbury; William Foster, Bic.* ster; and William Coales, Chippinguorton.— Prepared and sold bj' WILLIAM MARRIOTT, Druggist, Banbury.— May be had genuine of his Agents, as above, 3s. 6d. each Parcel, suiiicient to dress -- sixty. ( pr The Lambs should be dressed at Shear- Day, and the Sheep three Weeks after.— An early Appli- cation will prove its Utility. *** Ask for MARRIOTT'S FLY POWDER and O I NTMF. NT. TOWCESTER ROAD. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BF. LETT. N'OTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the several'Toil- Gates upon the Turn- pike- Road leading from Towcester, in the County of Northampton, to the Turnpike- Road in Cotton- End, in thf Parish of Hardingston, in the said County, called or known bv the several Names of TIFFIELD GATE, with the WEIGHING- MACHINE and SIDE- GATE, DUSTHII I.- LANE SIDE- GATE, BLISWOKTH GATE, with the WEIGHING- MACHINE, and FAR- COTTON GATE, with the SIDE- GATE across HARDINGSTON MEER- WAY ( which was not lett with Far- Cotton Gate the last Year), will be LETT by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the House of SIMON STUMS, known by the Sign of the DUKE of GRAFTON'S ARMS, at BI. ISWORTH aforesaid, on MONDAY the 17th Day of Ju N E next, between the Hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock, in the Manner prescribed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George the Third, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads; which several Tolls produced the last Year the re- spective Sums following, viz. at TilField Gates, the Sum of ^. 120; Dusthill- Lane Side- Gate, the Sum of :£. 43; Elisworth Gate, =£. 170; and Far- Cotton NEW PROPERTY TAX; likewise PLEASURE HORSES, LEGACY, SALT, EXCISE, and CUSTOM DUTIES, with other Acts of Importance; are contained in a new Edition, just published. Price Is. of KEARSLEY's ANNUAL TAX- TABLES. London: Printed for G. KEARSLEY, Fleet- Street and sold by all other Booksellers in Town and Country. Phoenix Fire- Office, Lombard- Street, London. TURNPIKE- TOLLS TO BS I. ETT. " VTOTICE is hereby £ iven, That the TOLLS - L - arising at the TolVGate upon the Turnpike- Road leading from Wendo'ver to Buckingham, in the County of Bucks, called or known by the Name of WALTON GATE, with the WEIGH 1 N'O- ENGI N E be- longing to the same, will be I. ETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the BELL INN, 111 WINSI. Ovv, in the said County, on WEDNESDAY the 2( itli Day of JUNE next, between the Hours of Twelve and Two of the same Day, in the Manner such Sum of Money as the Trustees of the said Turn- pike- Road present at such Meeting shall think fit.— Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must imme- diately pay down into the Hands of the Treasurer one Month's Rent, in Advance, and at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satis- faction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Payment of the Remainder of the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct; and it is required that such Bidder do produce the Names of his Sure- ties, to the Satisfaction ot the Trustees at the Time of Bidding. LANCELOT WYATT. Winslow, 29th May, 1805. THURLEIGII ENCLOSURE. WE, whose Names are hereunder - written, being the Commissioners named and appointed in and by an Act passed in the present Session of Par"! liament. entituled, " An Act for inclosing Lands in " the Parish of THURLE1GH, in the County of " Bedford," do hereby give Notice, that, by Vi'rtue of the Power and Authority given to us in and by the said Act, and the Act passed in the 41st Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, Chapter 109, therein recited, we do intend to ascertain, set out, determine, and fix the Boundaries of the said Parish of Thurleigh, oil WEDNESDAY the 2tith Day of JUNE instant; and rjpi . . .., ..... -. .. - , . ,„ • C- J " » . UKUMI me iom uav 01 JOKE instant; anu Gate ( exclusive of the Hard ngston IMeer- Wav Side- ( „ lat wc s]) all for ( hat Pl, ' nie t at the ,, oint ;. here te. Yeai,) ot , ,,.„ p,,- . „- ,,, ,.- , • .. .. „,.- ., .- G? te,' which was not lett last Year,) the Sum ^'. 232; above the Expences of collecting them, and will be put up at such Sums respectively as the Trustees shall, at their Meeting to be held on the said 17th Day of June next, order and direct, no Person having offered to bid for the same at the last Meeting of the said Trustees, held 011 the 16th Day of May instant. Whoever happen to be the Best Bidders, must im- mediately pay down, into the Hands of the Treasurer, a Deposit of = 6,5 on the Bidding made, which will be allowed on Payment of the first Month's Rent; and at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sure- i; es, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Payment of the respective Rents agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. By Order of the Trustees, WM. TR. SMYTH, Clerk. Northampton, May 24, 1S051 '" PIIE firm Support which the PHO- NIX OFFICE J. continues to receive from its numerous Friends, demands the Thanks of the Directors The Modes of insuring FARMING- STOCK, practised by this Office, have been and will he found, on due Examination, best adapted to the Protection of il. at Kind of Property ; a particular Explanation of which, with Rcf re'nee to other Modes in Practice, may be obtained from the Company's Age ts. This Office has aiwavs been desirous of giving Encouragement to the Agricultural Interests t the Kingdom; snd its Directors relv, that an Adherence to the same Conduct which originally recommended the PHCENIX to the public Favour and Patronage, will continue to uphold its Ciiaracter and extend its Conc- rns. The Receipts for Policies falling due at Midsummer, ire now in the Hands ot the several Agents. .<£ 3 » The important Sums annually paid by this Office to Sufferers by Fire, strongly prove the Benefits resulting from Insurance, as well to Noblem n and Gentlemen to secure the Value ot their Mansions and F. flects, as to Farmers, Manufacturers, and all the Commercial Orders. *„* Persons insuring for Three Hundred Pounds, or upwards, will not be charged tor the Policy. Bv Order of the Directors, H. A. HARDY, S c. of Country Department. The HEAT. JAPAN BLACKING, made bv DAY k MARTIN, LONDON. rj~> II[ S invaluable Composition, with Half the I usual Labour, produces the most brilliant Jet. black ever beheld, affords peculiar Nourishment to the Leather, will not soil the finest Linen, is p rfectly free from any unplea ant Smell, and will retain its Virtues in anv Clima.' e. Sold Wholesale by Day Se Martin, No. 7, Tavistock- Strect, London; and Retail by their Agents viz. Rirdsall, Bookseller, Northampton ; Norris, Bedford ; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Newcomb, Stamford; In- wood, N'ewport- Pagnell ; Harrod, Market- Harbo- rough; Adams, Loughborough; Squires, and Quene- borpwdi, Dunstable; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Vol well, Towcester; Gregory, Leicester; Jacob, Pe- terborough ; Merri.' l w, Coventry ; and Swinney and Co. Birmingham; in Stone Bottles, Price Is. fid. each. EASE FROM LAMENESS A. M. PAIN," IN A FEW HOURS. - » IIF. BRITISH OINTMENT for CORNS, prepared by W. NAYLOR, Chemical Colour- Maker to his Majesty. This most excellent Oint- ment never fails curing hard or soft Corns in a very short Time, and gives Ea> e in a few Hours. No Other Trouble is required in using it, than rubbing a little on the Corn, Night and Morning, with the Finger. The Proprietor begs Leave to observe, the Amicted may rest assured of a Cure, as this is not, like many published Things, an Imposition on the Public. By Appointment of the Proprietor, it is sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; also by Dicey & Co. Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Daventry ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester: Tuck & Mather, Welling- borough ; and by one Meciicine Vender in every Mar- ket Town, Price 2s. 6d. Duty included. THRAPSTON ROAD TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, That a General Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Market- Harborough, in the County ot Leicester, to Thrapston, in the County of North- ampton, and from thence to the Pound, in the Parish of Kramptpir, in the Codntv of Huntingdon, will be held at the WHITE- HART INN, in TIHAFSUN, on WEDNESDAY ti. e 19th Hav OF JUNE next, at Eleven o'Clockin . he Forenoon, for t.: Put pose of LETTING hy AUCTION, - n the M. r enacted by an Act' passed in the thirteenth Yen ot the Reign of His present Majestv, " for regulating the Turnpike- Roads," the TOLLS arising at the several Toll- Gates bereunder- memioneu; which Tells produced the last Year ( clear of the Salaries for collecting the same) the respective Sums following, viz. £. s. a. Little- linden Gate 133 7 0 Hermitage- Lave Ga'e 12.5 1 1 Kettering, - with Weigbirg- Machine. .£ 73 0 0 i, up. : 254 0 0 Keystrm, - with Weighing- Machine .. 270 0 0 Ellington 187 0 0 1542 8 1 and will be put up at the Sums they so respectively produced W hoever happens to be the Best Bidder for either of the said Toils, will be required to give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for the Payment ot the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. And at the same Meeting, previous to putting up the Tolls, the Trustees ( w. 10 are requested to attend early) will fix upon the Spot on which is to be erected the new Turnpike or Toll- Bar ( ordered at an extraor- dinary Me - ting), iu Lieu of the Hermiiage- Lane Gate, and 011 fheToils to be taken at the same Bar.— Civ » n under our Hands this 7th Day of May, 1805, By Older of the Trustees, THOS. MARSHALL,? C1 . WM. MARGETTS, \ LLERKS- the Parish of Thurleigh adjoins to the Parishes of Ravensden and Clapham, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, and proceed from thence progressively along tile Boundaries of the said Parish of Thurleigh, by tlie several Parishes of Clapham, Milton- Emess, Bletsoe, Risely, Kevsoe, Bohihurst, and Ravensden, to the Point from whence we set out as aforesaid, and from thence adjourn to and meet, on the same Day, at the SWAN INN, in the Town of BEDFORD, in the County of Bedford; and all Persons interested in, or in any Wise aflected by, the setting out of the said Boundaries, or any Part thereof, are hereby requested to attend us the said Commissioners at such Times and Places as aforesaid, and produce and give such Evi- dence - and Information relative thereto, or any Part thereof, as may be necessary to. the accurately setting out the same.— Given under our Hands this 8th Dav of June, 1805, BENJ. WELSTKAD, ' JOHN FF. I. LOWES, CHA. BLOODWORTH. SIMPSON'S FLUXIONS. This Day is published, in one handsome Volume, 8vo. Trice 16f. in Boards, HTHF. DOCTRINE and APPLICATION of . L FLUXIONS; containing ( besides what is com- mon on the Subject) a Number of new Improve- ments in the Theory, and the Solution of a Variety of new and very interesting Problems in different Branches of the Mathematics. By THOMAS SIMPSON, F. R. S. To which is prefixed, an Account of his Life. The Whole revised and carefully corrected by WILLIAM DAVIS, Member ol the Mathematical and Philosophical Society of London, and Author of a complete Treatise 011 Land Surveying. London: Printed for FI. D.. SYMONDS, 20, Pater- noster- Row ; and sold by all other Booksellers in Town and Country. C5T This Work having long remained out of Print, and sold at a very advanced Price, being held in the highest Estimation by Mathematicians, the Editor judged he should be rendering an essential Obligation to the Public, and to scientific Men in particular, by bringing it forward in its present corrected State. WHERE MAY HE HAD, The MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES of NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, by Sir Isaac Newton, translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are added, NEWTON'S SYSTEM of the WORLD; A short Comment on, and Defence of, the Principia, hy W. Emerson; with the Laws of the Moon's Motion according to Gravity, by John Machin. The Whole carefully revised and corrected by W. Dvvis, making three Volumes, Svo. Price £. I 7s. Boards. T\ THE CORDIAL BALM OF G1LEAD. NERVOUS DEBILITY. rpHIS Cordial has been uncommonly successful .1. with young People, who have the Appearance and Air of old Age; who are pale, culminate, be- numbed, stupid, and even imbecile; whose Bodies are become bent; whose Legs are no longer able to carry them ; who have an u'- tcr Distaste for every Thing, and are totally incapacitated. Where the Stomach is frequently disordered, the Body is weak- ened; Paleness, bodily Decay, and Emaciation suc- ceed, and the Eyes sink into the Head. The Virtues of the CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD are daily demon- strated, in eradicating the worst and most dangerous Symptoms of Nervous Debility; and Nothing lias tended so much to establish the Fame of this Medi- cine, as its certain Success in those Complaints which itrike their Roots so deep in the Constitution, and are so faral to the Happiness of Mankind. Prepared by Dr. SOLOMON, Gilead. House, near Liverpool, in' 10s. 6d. and 3Js. Bottles; the latter contain four of the former, - which the Purchaser saves nine Shillings. Everv genuine Bottle has a Stamp which bears the Proprietor's Name and Address, " Sand. Salomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is Felony. Double Postage of all Letters to Di\ Solomon, Li- verpool, must be paid, and his Fee of 10s. 6d. in- closed tor Advice. Sold Wholesale and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, also Retail by Marshall, and Edge, North- ampton; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Dawson, and Harrod, Harborough; Marriott, Ban- bury; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge, and Tuck and Mather, Wellingborough; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventy; Okcly, and Smith, Bed- ford; Fox, St. Neots; Barringer, and Inwood, New- port. Pagnell ; Swinfen, Leicester; by the Printers of the Countrv Newspapers ; and by all tl* reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, & c. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Documents noted therein. , Of vjhom may be had, The ANTI - 1MPETIG1NES, or . SOLOMON'S DROPS, for purifying the Blood, and restoring the System when impaired hy the imprudent Use of Mer- cury, have been found the great and only Restorer of Health and Vigour in Disorders where Salivation has repeatedly failed.— Price 10s. ( VI.— Family Bottles 83s. The ABSTERGENT LOTIOW, for removing Eruptions from the Surface of the Human Body.— Price 4s. 6d. a Bottle, Duty included. Also, A new Edition of SOLOMON'S GUIDE t » HEAI. TH.— Price 3s. TUHN PIKE- TOLLS TO EE LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Trustees of the Upper Division of the Turnpike- Road leading from Buckingham, in the County' of Bucks, to the North Extent of the Parish of Hanwell, in the County of Oxford, will be held at the WHITE- HART INN, in BUCKINGHAM, on FRIDAY the 2Sth Day of JUNE next; when the TOLLS arising at the two several Turnpike- Gates 011 the said Road, called or known by the Names of the TINT. F. WICK and ASTWICK GATES, will be LETT by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, between the Hours of Eleven in the Forenoon and Three in the Afternoon of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the ljth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads; which Tolls have been lett for the last three Years at the annual Rent or Sum of . f .291, clear of the Expences of collecting the same, and will be put up at that Sum, unaer such Conditions as will be then and there pro- duced.— Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must forthwith give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent at such Times as ihey shall direct.— Dated this 2- lth Dav of Mav, 1805. ' ROBERT MILLER, Clerk to the Trustees. ROAD MEETING. IIE rw> xt Meeting of the Trustees of the Turn- pike- Road leading from the Town of North- ampton to Nevvport- Pagnell, in the County of Bucks, will be held at HORTON INN, in the County of Northampton, on MONDAY the 17th Day ef JUNE instant, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon. ROBERT ABBEY, Clerk to the Trustees. Dinner at Two o'Clock. Northampton, June Hth, 1805. STONY- STRATFORD TUPNF> IKF.- ROAD. N' OTICE is hereby given. That a Meeting of the Trustees for putting in Execution the Acts of Parliament for repairing and widening the Road from the Way- Post in the Parish of Hardingston, in the County. of Northampton, to Old- Stratford, in the said County, will be holden at the WHITE- HART, in GRAFTON- REGIS', on THURSDAY the 27th Day of JUNE instant, at Eleven o'Clouk in the Forenoon, for the Purpose ( amongst other Business) of auditing the Treasurer's Accounts, and appointing a Surveyor of Part of the said Road, 1 By Order of the Trustees, 8th Jjme, 1805. CHR. SMYTH. On Saturday, the 1st of June, was published, handsomely printed in Quarto, on a fine Paper, with Five Plates, from Paintings after Nature, hy Sydenham Edwards, Part the First, Price 5s. or beautifully coloured, 9s. of AComplete DICTIONARY of PRACTICAL GARDENING, comprehending Classifications and Descriptions, as well as the most improved Methods of raising, forcing, and managing different Sorts of Vegetable Productions, whether of the esculent or ornamental Kinds; with correct E11- ' gravings of the various Apparatus necessary for the Purpose, in Buildings and other Contrivances, from original Drawings made by Mr. Blunt, as well as of the more rare and curious Plants employed in the Way of Ornament and Variety in the Pleasure Grounds, Green- Houses, and Stoves, engraved by Samson, from ORIGINAL PAINTINGS AFTER NATURF, by SYDEN- HAM EDWARDS.— The Whole intended to afford a full and complete View of modern practical Horticulture. By ALEXANDER MACDONALD, Gardener. This Work will be completed in fourteen Parts, to be published successively the Ist of the Month, forming two large and handsome Volumes in Quarto. The Number of Plates will be about seventy; ot which sixty will be devoted to the Representation of rare and curious Plants; and the Remainder to the Views and Illustrations of the Buildings necessary to the rearing of them. London: Printed for G. KEARSLEY, Fleet- Street; and sold by all other Booksellers in Town and Country. A fresh Supply just received by the PRINTERS^ of this Paper. TIIF. TRULY GENUINE DII. NORRIS'S DROPS, 1? OR FEVERS, COUGHS, COLDS, and all DISORDERS of theSTOMACH & BOWELS, have " THOMAS NORRIS MOORE" engraved in the Stamp round each Bottle. This most important Caution seriously con- cerns all who value Life and Health, as strange Mix- tures are at this Time hawking over the Empire, in Bottles, and Directions copied from Dr. Norris's, for the base Purposes of Imposition. N. B. All without this Stamp and Name mutt be counterfeit; and wherever such arc offered for Sale, please to send Particulars per Post to Dr. Norris's, No. 29, Lower Brook - Street, Grosvenor - Square, London, that the Public may be advertised thereof. i. O C K Y E R' s ^ Antibilious Antiscorbutic Pills. RPIIESE PILLS were originally discovered and . » many Years prepared by Dr." Lionel Lockyer, who, in the Course of a very extensive Practice, admi- nistered them in a great Variety of Cases both among Rich and Poor, and established their Reputation bevond any other public Medicine of that Time. Thev resist Bile and all Obstructions of the Spleen and Liver, which, unremoved, corrupt the Blood, from whence flow numerous Diseases, as Pains in the Head, Trem- IMPERJAL INSURANCE COMPANY, SUN- COURT, CORNHILL, and No. 5, ST. JAMF. S'S- STREET, LONDON, For Insuring Houses and other Buildings, Goods, Wares, and Merchandizes, and Manufacturing Sfock, and Ships, Barges, and other Vessels, in Tort or in Dock, and Goods on Board the same; also Ships and other Vessels, building or repairing; also Barges and oilier Vessels on navigable Rivers, Canals, and other Inland Navigations, and Goods on Board thereof; from Loss or Damage by Fire. RIMIE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY - I having appointed Mr. JAMES ESSEX their AGENT for NORTHAMPTON and its VICINITY, inform the Public, their Tunis ot Insurance will be found equal ( if not superior) to any other Office; and their Mode of insuring Farming Stcfck in general peculiarly accommodating. ( pf Policies and Stamps gratis. SPARROWS- HERNE TURNPIKE- ROAD. ~ NOTICE is hereby given, That the General Annual Meeting of the Trustees appointed by Act of Patliament for repairing the Road from tiieSouifi End of Sparrows- lleme, on Bushey Heath, through the Market Towns of Watford, Berkhampsted- Sai » t- I'eters, and Tring, in the County of Hertford, by Pettipher's Elms, to the Turnpike- Road at Walton, near Aylesbury, in the County of Bucks, will be hoiden on WEDNESDAY the THIRD Day of JULY, 1S05, at the House of JOHN PAGE, known bv the Name of the KING'S- ARMS INN, at BERKHAMPSTID- SAINT- PETERS aforesaid, by Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon of the same Day, for transacting such Matters as shall be thought necessary foe repairing the said Road; at which Time and Place, between the Hours of Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, and Three of the Clock in the Afternoon, the TOLLS arising at the two Toil- Gates on the said Road, known by the Names of the WATFORD GATE and RIDGE- LANE GATE, will be LETT by AUCTION, for one Year, to commence on Monday the twenty- ninth Day of the said Month of July, 1805, to the Best Bidder, in the Maaner directed by tile Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, " for regulating Turnpike- Roads i" which said Tolls produced the last Year, ending the 8th of April, 1805, clear of tlie Salaries for collecting the same, the respective Suras following:— Watford Toll- Gate .£. 455 10 0 Ridge- Lane Toll- Gate 3S4 0 6 779 10 6 and will be put up together at that Sum, und: r such Conditions as shall be then and there produced. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders must give Security, with sufficient Suretie , to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Payment of the Rent agreed for at such Times as they shall direct; and at the same Time and Place new Trustees of the said Road will be nomi- nated and elected, in the Room of those who are dead. — Dated the 20th Day of May, 1805. WILL. HAYTON, Clerk to the said Trustees. Bl A CURIOUS DISCOVERY, tlie Use of which the roughest Beard or most tender Face, may be shaved close with per- fect Ease a? « l Expedition.— This Vegetable Compound, called EMOLLIENT BALM, is a Substitute for Soap, but far preferable ; a constant Use of it removes that yellow Taint from the Complexion, occasioned by the Use of Soap Lather.— For washing the Hands of Ladies or Gentlemen, it cannot be excelled. Price2s. 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; and of every other Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom. ROYAL- EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. for assuring blings; Palpitations of the Heart, Swooning, Vertigo. Hysterics, & c. & c.; they destroy Worms, cure the Scurvy, Gout, Leprosy, Black and Yellow Jaundice, Overflowing of the Gall, Gravel, King's Evil, Fis- tulas, Piles, & c & c. Messrs. Dicey and Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, by Appointment of the P roprietors, are the only Whole- sale Venders; they are sold Retail by Dicey fc Co. Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Daven- try; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Tuck and Mather, Wellingborough; and by every Vender of Medicines in the United Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. a Box, with full Directions. Observe that the Name AF " M. WATSON," one of the Proprietors, is signed in the Bills of Di- rections.— All others are Counterfeit Established by Royal Charter the Reign of George I. Houses, Buildings, Corn, Hay, Goods, & c. and also for tlie Assur- ance of Lives. SUN FIRE- OFFICE, BANK- BUILDINGS, and CRAlG's - COURT, CHARING- CROSS, LONDON, For insuring Houses and other Buildings, Goods, Mer chart tize. Ships in Harbour, in Dock, or Buildings and Craft, from Loss and Damage by Fire. j WE, whose Names are underwritten, being AGENTS for the SUN FIRE- OFFICE, have Authority from the Managers to inform the Pub- lic, and all Persons insured in the said Office, that the Premium on the Stock of Corn and Hay, being the Produce of a Farm, also Cattle and Implements of Husbandry thereon, will be rated at Two Shillings and Sixpence per Cent. And all Persons insured in this Office, are requested to refer to their Policies, in order that they may receive the Benefit of this Re- duction of the Premium on Farming- Stock, 011 their respective Renewals at MIDSUMMER next; and that PRINTED RECEIPTS, under our Hands, are ready for Delivery, for the Premium and Duty on Policies, as they becomc due; and that printed Pro- posals of the Terms of Insurance may be had of us, which will be found AS MODERATE, IN EVERY RESPECT, AS THOSJI OF T1IF. OTHER OFFICES. \ Y~- T FARMING- STOCK may be insured, generally, in all Barns and Out- houses, or on a Farm, without the average Clause, which may be seen by applying to ifc, who will give any further Information which may be required, for tlie explaining this Mode of In- surance. Northampton,— R. SCRIVEN. Peterborough,— J. ATKINSON. Towcester,— W. INNS. Kettering,— J. HENNF. LL. Daventry,— C. TOMALIN. ^ Lutterworth,— S. CHAPMAN. Leicester,— J. PRICE. Banbury,— J. PAJN. Buckingham,—!'. STUCHBERY, Jun. Newport- Pagnell,— W. LUCAS. Potton,— J. PF. DLEY. Stamford,— T. COOKF.. Coventry,— J. CARTER. Leighton- Buzzard,— T. DF. VF. RELL. B diord,— W. SMITH. PT Policies insuring Three Hundred Pounds, are issued free of Expence; and all Payments for Losses by Fire are made by this Office without Deduction. *** The SUN FIRE- OFFICE have always paid LOS$ M or Damage bv Fire from Lightning. June l< i, lg05. JUNE 15, 1805. THE CORPORATION of the ROYAL- EXCHANGE ASSURANCE do hereby give Notice, that they have authorized their respective Agents to receive Proposals for the Assurance of Farming Stock at the Rate of 2s. tid, per Cent, per Annum. Persons whose Annual Premiums fall due on the 24th Instant, are her. by informed, that RECEIPTS are now ready to be delivered by the COMPANY'S respective AGENTS under- mentioned ; and the Parties assured are requested to apply for the Renewal of their Policies, on or before the 9th Day of July next, as the usual fifieen Days allowed for Payment beyond the Date of each Police will then expire. SAMUEL PENNING, Jun. Secretary. NORTHA MPTONSHI RE. Northampton,— ERAS. WM. JEYES. Thrapston,— JAMES ROBINSON. Towcester,— JOHN JENKINSON. Wellingborough,— J. N GOODHALL. Davent'ry,— JOHN SF. ATON. BEDFORDSHIRE. Bedford,— M. PARTRIDGE. Biggleswade,— JOHN LANCASTER. Leighton,— D. WILLIS. Luton,— D. I.. WILLIS. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Aylesbury,— LUKE TURNER. Beaconsfield,— THOS. WITTS WALEORD. Buckingham,— ROBERT MILLER. Chesham,— CREED & BAYLIE. Great- Marlow,— THOMAS EMES. Newport- Pagnell,— R. COLUSSQN. Olney,— RICHARD HARROLD. Stony- Stratford,— J. DAY. Winslow,— R. READING. HUNTINGDONSHIRE. Huntingdon,— ROBERT STAFFORD. St. Neots,— WM. DAY. Stilton,— J. BODGER. LEICESTERSHIRE. Leicester,— JOHN KING. Market- Harborough,— W. M. SPRIGC,. Melton- Mowbray,— ETV. B R I G HT. WARWICKSHI RE . Birmingham,— JAMES KIN'DON. Coventry,— J ESI MI EL SMITH. Kineton,— THOMAS ABBOTTS. Rugby,— RICHARD FOX. N. B. Fire Policies will be allowed, free of Ex- pence, where the Annual Premiums amount to 6s. or upwards. ( fir This Company have invariably made good Losses by Fire, occasioned by Lightning.— Proposals may be had of the different Agents. *** Assurances on Lives being found to be advan- tageous to Persons having Offices, Employments, Estates, 01 other Incomes determinable on the Life or Lives of themselves or others, Tables of the Rates for such Assurances, and for the granting Annuities on Lives, may be had of the said Agents. And for the greater Convenience of the Public, the Companv have i determined to extend ( by special Agreement) the As- i surslices oa Lives to the « ge of 75 Years. Spilsliury's Antiscorbutic Drops. rpO alleviate the Sufferings of Scurvy, of Scro- JL phula, and various Diseases of tiie Body, the late FRANCIS SrILSRURY devoted much of his Time and Attention. His Success is now before tile Public , his Dispensary has been opened at all Seasons to the poorer Classes, whose Circumstances did not reach the Price of his Remedy. Fond of Medicine and its Pursuit, lie invented the Patent Antiscorbutic Drops, a mild diaphoretic, without weakening the System, but giving it Vigour by promoting all its natural Secretions. Those who are compelled to resort to the tonic Powers of Minerals, if they wish to assist their Ell'sct 011 the Nerves, no Medicine is better calculated for the Purpose than tile Drops. Another Recommendation, the Dose is small in Quantity, and taken without Restraint of Diet or Exercise. Mr. SPILSBURY is not accountable for any Mixture sold, unless the Words " By the King's Patent" are inserted at Length in the Bill of Directions, Bottle, and Wrapper; the Stamp also ( the K. ing's Duty) is printed in black Ink instead of red.— Bottles 5s. tid. 10s. and . fc'. l 2s. Duty included. Sold at the Dispensary, No. 15, Soho- Square, Lon- don ; and may be had of the Printers of this Paper; of Mr. Okely, Bedford; Tuck & Mather, Welling- borough; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry; and of most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. The PREVENTIVE
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