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The Northampton Mercury

10/08/1805

Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Date of Article: 10/08/1805
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Vol. EXXXV. No. 23. Ready Mor. i v is expected ) with Advertisements: ) SATURDAY, AUO- UST 10, 1805, PRIOR SIXPENCE, J | TRDUIYR ' I Paper and I Print 2* d. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. LONDON, August 6. THREE Hamburgh Mails arrived on Saturday. The intelligence they contain- is of an inter- esting liatuve: everything seems to- announce the speedv commencement of hostilities on the Conti- nent.— The immense reinforcements Which the Emperor of Germany has sent to his armies on the Italian frontiers, shew that his Imperial Ma- jesty feels at length the necessity of opposing an effectual resistance to the further progress of Trench encroachment. If the accounts from Vienna can be relied upon, the Austrian forces in Itaiv and the Tyrol amount to near 200, QOO men ; a force that, with the assistance which Russia could « ive in that quarter, would be fully able to dispute the possession of Italy with France. It is well known that Bonaparte remonstrated in the strongest terms with the Cabinet of Vienna on this augmentation of its force, and that he used the most intemperate language when speaking to the Austrian Minister upon the subject. It is there- attend the Newmarket Meetings.- It is said his Royal Highness has acceded to the request. The. quantity of wheat imported within the six days ending the 2d instant, is 21,210 quarters, and oats 4,500 quarters. One of tho windows in the Cathedral Church of Litchfield is now tilled with the stained glass purchased by the Dean and Chapter from a ruined abbey in France. It contains three scriptural subjects, all entire, viz. Christ appearing to the Apostles and Thomas, the Descent of tiie Holy Ghost on the Apostles, and the Day of Judgment. The date is 1534, and it is accounted one of the finest specimens of this art now in the king- dom. A fore bv no means impossible that he may determine to anticipate the attacks which he sees are pre- paring aaaiiist him, and that he should endeavour to make an impression upon Austria before she can have the assistance of Russia. Letters by the Hamburgh Mail state,, that the greatest exertions are making in the ports of France and Holland to equip tile different squadrons for sea, and a general opinion prevails, that Bonaparte will very soon endeavour to carry into effect his long- menaced uttack upon this country. The prospect of approaching hostilities on the Conti- nent will probably induce hitn to accelerate this measure, because it will be obviously impracti- cable when he has to contend against the forces of anv of the great. Continental Powers.— The Brest, "( leet, it is believed, is by no means in a condition to put to sea, as they have been for a long time in nreat want of naval stores in that port. M. Novo- dlzoff left Berlin on the 18th July, on his return to St. Petersburgh. His last note to the Prussian Minister has excited the greatest sen- gation upon the Continent. A letter from Hamburgh states, that the note of M. Novosilzoff was inserted in the Gazettes of that city at, the instance of the British Mini- ster, who is stated purposely, and againsi custom, to have gone to the Senate, and, in decidtsd terms, demanded an order for its insertion. A treaty has been entered into between the Porte and the Court of St. Petersburgh, by which the former grants the latter the free navigation of the Phasis, in Mingrelia, and two forts on the Phasis, in which Russian garrisons will be placed to defend the navigation. Th » English Consul- General at Constantinople, is stated, in letters from thence, to have received fresh advices from the East Indies, confirming, thd accounts previously received cf the defeat, and entire ruin of the army of Holkar. The Government of Algiers has been over- powered by a sudden descent of, the barbarous nordes from the interior mountains. Some disturbances took place in the beginning of last month at Vienna, on account of the scarcity of bread; but the insurgents were soon dispersed, and the ringleaders punished. Despatches were received on Saturday at the Admiralty, brought by the Nile lugger," from Sir Robert C. alder, containing intelligence that/ he had lost sight of the enemy's fleet, and that he was working up for Ferrol, in order to prevent it from getting into that port. Further dispatches from Sir R Cnlder wore re- ceived at the Admiralty yesterday, brought by the Malta, of 80 guns, which arrived at Plymouth on Saturday last. The Malta left Sir ilobert off Ferrol On the Slst ult. The combined fleets bad not got in either to Ferrol or Coruuna; there can be no doubt, therefore, that they, shaped their course either for Cadiz of the Straits. We may, therefore, still hope to hear of another action, because there is every Yca'jfln , to believe' that Lord Nelson was off Cape St.' Vinchilt long < before the combined fleet could arrive there. At all events, if they attempt to run into Cadiz, they must fall in with Admiral Collingwood. Dispatches have been received from Gibraltar, dated the 27th ult. informing Government that the expedition under General Craig had sailed up the Mediterranean, under convpy of four sail of the line. The troops will, we believe, proceed to Malta directly. Lieutenant Nicholson, who was the bearer of Sir R. Calder's first dispatch, has been promoted to the rank of Commander. Bonaparte's empire gathers like a . snow- ball; and like .3 snow- ball we may perhaps see it melt uu> ay. Grand " Match at Lenies, between Parilhn and & mchn.— This day ( Thursday, August 1,) this very interesting match was decided, in presence of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and a very numerous assemblage of noblemen and'gentlemen. Pavilion is the property of IjOid Darlington, and Sancho is the property of Mr. Meltish. They are both horses of tiie same year, being four years old each. Sancho was got by Don Quixote, and Pavilion by Waxy. In 1804, Pavilion ran for the Derby Stakes at Epsom, and was beat by Hanni- bal. In the same year he beat Sancho, by winning the Claret Stakes at Newmarket, and afterwards beat Hippocampus at Brighton. Sancho beat' Hannibal the last Brighton races.— The bpt. ting was generally six to four iu favour of Pavilion; the course was four miles. At saddling, Pavilion appeared in such very high condition, and- Sancho rather the worse for his race with Hannibal, that the odds grew from six to' four, to two to oiie in favour of Pavilion. Buckle, rode . Sancho, and Chiffncy rode Pavilion. At starting, Pavilion made play, though it was a very sluck race till within 200 yards of Che post; then Pavilion was a length a- head, but could not answer the whip. Sancho was kept in bv Buckle till within 100 yards of the winning stand, when he let him go, and beat the odds, in high style, by half a length. The race was run in nine minutes and three seconds. — Mr. Meliish won <£. 12,000, and the whole course applauded his good luck. Mr. Meliish has again matched his horse Sancho, to carry 8st- 7lb. against Lord Darlington's Pa- vilion, to carry 8st. on the last day of the next Brighton races, for 1000 guineas, p. p. Mrs. Thornton.— This lady, who rode the famous match hist August Meeting, tit York, will again display her excellent jockcyship on the last Satur- day of the ensuing Meeting, in a match for SOOOgs. four miles. Mrs*. T. to ride 9st. and the Gentle- man 13st. The Jockey Club bevo written a flattering let- ter to the prince of Wales, inviting hiiu a;; ai, n ta L A W. - GENTLEMAN, fifty- two Years of Age, who served a regular Clerkship of six Years in the Practice of the Courts of Law and Equity, and has had thirty Years' Experience in the Business of Conveyancing, Court- Keeping, and the various Employments of a respectable Country Practice, being through some unfortunate Circumstances de- prived of the Fruits of his Industry, is desirous of assisting in, or undertaking the entire' Management of an Office of extensive Business, on candid Terms. ( r- f" The Advertiser ( whose Address is left with the Printers of this Paper) is familiar with the Dutjes of a Receiver- General, Clerk of the Peace, Under- She- riff, Treasurer, & c.; but no Letters to the Printers will be attended to, unless Post- paid. WANTS a SITUATION in the LINEN DRAPERY, & c. BUSINESS, A YOUNG MAN, who has served his Apprenticeship to the same, and can have an undeniable Character from his last Place. As he wishes to make himself useful to his Employer, he would have no Objer ion to a Counting- House, or to assist in any. other Way of Business he may be thought capable of. ( pr Letters,' Post- Paid, addressed toT. W. at Mr. Small's, Grocer, Bedford, will be duly attended to. W" ANTED immediately, A JOURN i'YMAN FRIZER.— A good Hand may have constant Employ and good Wages, by applying to JOHN ABELL, Parchment- maker, Leicester. llTGIIAM- FERRERS WHARF. ESSRS. KEEP, TESTER, & Co. respect- fully acquaint their Friends and the Public in general, tha't thev have for Sale, at the above Wharf, NEWCASTLE & WEDNESBURY COAL, IRON, DEALS, OAK and DEAL LATH, SALT, REED, and LIME, at Ss. fid. per Quarter, by the Standard Bushel-; and in a short Time they expect a Quantity of COKE, & c. which will be sold on the most reason, able Terms.— As they have Boats on the River Nen, they can accommodate fhei: Customers with the Deli- very of Goods at any landing Place between Higham- Ferrers and Northampton. Those w. io t hoose to favour them with their Orders, may depend on the strictest Punctuality in attending to'tile same. flnj" Grain of every Description ( excepting Oats, which will be 3d. per Quarter lower,) taken from Higham- Ferrers Wharf to Mr. Osborn's Wharf, at Northampton, at 18d. per Quarter; and from Welling- borough Wharf, to the same Place, at 15d. per Quarter. To be S OLD by A U C T 1 O N, On Thursday the 22d of August, 1805, between the Hour.; of Four and Six in the Afternoon, at the Talbot Inn, in Oundle, subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there produced, ACommodious, new, Stone- built HOUSE, situate nearly in the Centre of the Town of OUNDLE.— The- House consists of good Cellars, three Parlours, excellent Kitchen, Scullery, and But- ler's Pantry, on the Ground Floor; large Drawing- Room and four Bedchambers on the first Floor ; and seven very good Attics. Also, an exceeding good Garder; planted with choice Fruit Trees, and walled in; and, a Ciose of Pasatre adjoining. The Coach- House Grarary, Hay- Lofts, and Stables, which con- sist of nine Stalls, are very good. Also, FOUR MESSUAGES, COTTAGES, or TENEMEN I'S adjoining the aforesaid Premises, now lett to respectable Tenants. 83" For further Particulars, and for a View of the Premises, apply at the Office of Messrs. YORKE & SHER\ RD, in Oundle or Thrapston. *** The above Residence is a desirable Situation for a Gentleman, as it lies in the Centre of Lord Fitz- william's Hunt; or for any Business that requiics Room?. WA NTE D immediately, A steady active I. AD, as an APPRENTICE to au IRON- MONGER.— A Premium will be expected. fcs" Enquire of J. F. PALMER, Ironmonger, Olney, Bucks. OUNDLE, Augustfith, 1805. " V\ 7" HEREAS my Wife, MARY HAMES, has ' » left me: I do hereby caution and discharge all Persons from trusting her, as I will not be re- sponsible for any Debt or Debts she may contract — Witness my Hand, ROBT. HAMES* LAND ON SALE. ANY Person wishing to purchase a good STORE CLOSE, or CLOSES, to occupy with Turnip Red Land, may be accommodated with Freehold Property of that Description, from the Value of one to ten Thousand Pounds, to pay near five per Cent. RR Apply to SAMUEL SHARMAN, of Hardwick, near Wellingborough. To be SOLI.) by PRIVATE CONTRACT, AVery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in IRTHLtNG BO ROUGH, in the County of Northampton ; consisting of a new- erected House, with Barns, Stables; and convenient Offices thereto belonging, with about 1( 15 Acres of Arable Land, Ley, . Meadow, and old- inclosed Pasture Ground, in the Tenure of Mrs. Woolstone, who will shew the Pre- mises. fPT" For Particulars,. and to treat for the Purchase, apply to SAMUEL SHAKMAN, of Hardwick, near Wellingborough. GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD- FURNI TJltE, TURKEY, Beds-. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J. KILPIN, On the Premises, on Thursday the 15th Day of August instant, and following Day, at Teno'Clock each Day, \ 1,1; tiie genteel and modern HOUSEIIOLD- r\. FURNITURE, CHINA, GLASS, and other EFFECTS, of the late Rev. Erasmus Middleton, of TURVEY, in the County of Bedford, deceased; com- prising Four- post Mahogany and other Bedsteads, with fine Manchester and other Furnitures ; Goose Feather Beds, Bolsters', and Pillows; Mahogany Dining and other Tables; Chairs and Drawers; Pier and Swing Glasses; a Variety of Carpets; Kitchen Requisites in general ; and other valuable Effects. ft3" May be viewed the Day preceding the Sale; and Catalogues had at the Printing- Office, Bedford; the neighbouring Towns; and of the Auctioneer, Ageutto the Norwich Fire- Office, Bedford. Growing Crops of Corn. To be S O T, D by AUCTION, By THOMAS WO'OD, On the Premises, on . Saturday the 17th of August instant, in Lrns, Till', Whole of the GROWING CROPS of CORN of Mr. THOMAS COLEMAN, Farmer, at BLETCHLEY, Bucks, who is leaving the said Farm; comprising 34 Acres of WHEAT, 11 Ditto of OATS, 6 Ditto of BARLEY, 34 Ditto of PBAS, BEANS, and VETCHES. (£ 9* The above are excellent Crops, possessing the Advantage ot being Tythe- free, and may be carried oil' the Premises. * » * Three Months' Credit will he allowed on Sums exceeding £ A{), on approved Security. N. B. The Sale will begin precisely at Ten o'Clock. Growing Crops. , To be SOLD by AUCTION, By T HO MA S WOOD, On the Farm late in the Occupation of Mr. John Holtom, at BLETCHLEY, Bucks, on Thursday, the 22d of August instant, in Lots,- C'PWARDS of 30 Acres of WHEAT, and about 30 Acres of'LENT CORN, consisting ot Barley; Oats, Beans, and Vetches. C^ T The Whole are fine Crops, • exonerated frpm Tythc, and may be taken off'the Premises. * ,.* Three Months' Credit will be given on approved Security, N. B. The Sale will commence at Ten o'Clock^ PERPETUAL ADVOWSON, Northamptonshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, . By Mr. W IL LOCK, At Garraway's Coffee- House, in ' Change- Alley, Corn- . hill, on Friday the 23d Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, rjMIK PERPETUAL ADVOWSON of, and I N EXT PRESENTATION to, the valuable and desirable RECTORY of 1 SHAM SUPERIOR, situate in a beautiful Part of the County of North- ampton,' within a Mile of the celebrated PITCHLEY HUNT, and only three Miles from Kettering and Wel- lingborough, fourteen from Northampton and Thraps- ton, twenty- one from Newport- Pagnell, and seventy- one from London ; consisting of a NEAT and CONVE- NIENT PARSONAGE- HOUSE, with all necessary Out- buildings, and ' tine hundred and forty- two Acres of rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, adjoining to the House, in Lieu of all Tythes, and estimated worth upwards- of TWO HUNDRED POUNDS PER ANNUM.— The present Incumbent is sixty- six Years of Age. ' C?;" Particulars of the above may be hadat the White- Hart lltirs, at Kettering and Thrapston ; Hind, Wel- lingborough; George, Northampton, and Stamford; Crowns, Leicester; Swan. Newport- Pagnell; Rose, Cambridge; Arrgjl, Oxford-;" at the Baptist Coffee- House, in. Chancery- Lane; at Garraway's; and of Mr. Willock, No. 25, Golden- Square, London. '' CAPITAL FREEHOLD ESTATES, In WHITMORE PARK, Within from one to two Miles of the City of Coventry. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By H. BUT TE R WO R T H, At the King's- Head Inn, in the City of Coventry, on Friday the 13th Day ot September next, between the Hours of Four and Eight o'Clock in the After- noon, in such Manner and subject to such Condi- tions as shall be thea and there produced, Lot 1. \ LL that substantial FARM- HOUSE, . JTJL with the Barns, Stables, Cow- Sheds, ar. d Appurtenanocs thereunto belonging, now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Iiollick; together with several Pieces of rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, lying in a Ring Fence, and con- taining by Admeasurement 123A. OR. 2P. be the same more or less. Lot 2, All that complete FARM- HOUSE, with the Barns, Stables, Cow- Sheds, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, now in the - Occupation of Mr. Thomas Smith; together with several Pieces of rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, lying ina Ring Fence, and Containing 134A. 1R. 14P. be the same more- or less. Lot 3. All that desirable FARM- HOUSE, with the Barns, Stables, Cow- Sheds, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, now in the Occupation of Mr. Theakstone ; together with a MESSUAGE or TE- NEMENT, now in the Occupation of Mrs. Sedgley; with several Pieces ot rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, lying ina Ring Fence, con- taining 65A. OR. 12P. be the same more or less. Lot 4. All that substantial and very desirable FARM- HOUSE, with the extensive and complete Batns^ Stables, Cow- Sheds, and Appurtenances there- unto belonging, now in the Occupation of Mr. Theak- stone; together with several Pieoesof rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, containing 162A. SR. 2tiP. be the same more or less. This Lot will be sold either with or without the Manor of Whitmore. Lots. All. that rich FEEDING PIECE of LAND, now in. the Occupation of Mr. Theakstone, situate in the. Hamlet of KEARSLEY, divided by a Road from the second, ahd fourth Lots, and known by the .. Name of the SCOTCHI U., containing 23A. 2R. 16P. be the 6ame more or. less, Theabove- mcntioned Estates lie altogether ina Ring Fence;' are Tythe- free, and the Land- Tax has been redeemed on. Parts ot tiiem. r— Possession- of the Whole may be had at Lady- Day next. • N. B. Descriptive Particulars of the above Estates may be had after the 13th of August, at the Crown- and- Anchor Tavern, London ; and at the principal Inns in Coventry, Northampton, Leicester, Tamwortli, Litchfield, Birmingham, Warwick, and Stourbridge; and for further Information, apply to Mr. H. BUTTER- WORTH, at his public Timber- Yard, in the High- Street; or to Mr. WESTON, at the Navigation- Office, Coventry ; where a Plan of the Estates may be seen, and who will, on Application', shew the same. GENERAL INFIRMARY, NORTHAMPTON, AUGUST 3d, 1805. \ T the General Court of Governors, held here • t\. this Day, it was ordered, that the Governors, with the weekly Committee, do draw up the Annual Report of the State and Accounts of this Infirmary, to be read at the next Anniversary Meeting of all the Contributors; and the said Court do hereby give Notice, that the Anniversary Meeting above- mentioned will this Year be held on WEDNESDAY the 28th of AUCUST next, immediately after a Sermon to be preached that Morning, at the usual Hour, by the Rev. W. S. WII. LES, of Astrop, in" the County of Northampton; when it is hoped that all Subscribers who can, will, by their Attendance and Concurrence, manifest their Resolution and Zeal to support so great and extensive a Charity, which, at so small an Expeuce to themselves, enables them to relieve their honest and poor Neighbours, in the most distressing Circumstances, with such Advice, Medicines, and Accommodations, as cannot be procured for them in any other Way. The said Court takes this Opportunity of informing and reminding the Public, that, as the voluntary yearly Payments are the only Fund and Revenue of this Infirmary, and consequently as the very Being and Existence of it depend upon their being made regular and beforehand, all Subscribers who have not already advanced their Subscriptions for the Year now begun_ ( commencing the 1st of August last), ate desired to do'it as soon as possible to the present. Treasurer, Mr. CHARI. ES SMIT « , of Northampton, Lace- Mer chant ; oro- ir present Bankers, Messrs. GOSLINGS & SHARP, in Fleet- Street, London; and the rather, as none can, according to the Statutes, have a Right to recommend anv Patients till his Subscription for the' current Year is paid. E. BOUVERIE; Chairman. d^ T Gentlemen are desired to meet exactly at Ten ill the Forenoon, at the ANGEI. INN, to walk in Pro- cession from thence to the Parish Church of All- Saints, to hear the Sermon; after. which a Collection will be made, as usual, at the Church Doors, that the Inhabitants of this Place and others mav, by their Appearance at Church, shew their Approbation, and have^ an Opportunity, according to their respective Abilities, of contributing Something towards this noble Charity. *** There will be an Ordinary on the said- Anniver- sary, at Half- past Three o'Clock, at the Angel Inn. BF. MORD-'. MA 1\, July 26, 1005, RS. COPE respectfully luformt her Friends . and, the Ptiblic, that she intends, with the Assistance of an able Teacher, to open a SCHOOL, for the Reception of YOUNG LADIES, at Mi- CHAST, MA s next, in a very airy Situation near ST. PEIER'S- GREEN, and begs to assure those Friends who may entrust their Childien to her Care, that tho strictest Attention will be paid fo their Health a: i- Morals. G'- T Terms for Board and Edusation, 20 Pounds per Annum ( Writing, Geography, fine Work, Tea, and Washing included).— Day- SchoUrs tea Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter. %* No Entrance expected. N. B. FRENCH, Music, DRAWINC, DANciNtf, & c. on the usual Terms. • BUCKS FREEHOLD,' Within the three Hundreds of Jlylesbury. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By THOMAS WOOD, On Monday the 26th Dav of August instant, at the Bell Inn, the House of Mrs. Jane BastOn, in Aston- ' Clinton, between the Hours of Three and Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, ADesirable and substantial COTTAGE,> with convenient Offices, large Orchard and Garden, a Close of rich Pasture Ground adjoining;' containing one Acre, more or less, and Common Right and De- pasturage for one Cow, two Bullocks, and six Sheep in and over the Common Fields and Commonable Places of ASTON- CLINTON, all now in the Occu- pation of Joseph Morris, at a very easy ahd low Rent. — In the Parish of Aston'- Clinton is extensive Com- mon Ground, and the Commons on an Inclosure will be very valuable. ^ iPT The Cottage may, at a trifling Expence, be converted into two Tenements, and on the Premises is a Spring of fine WateT. * » * For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr, JOHN BASTON, at the Bel! Inn, in Aston- Clirrton and further Particulars may be had of Mr. WILMS Notary Public, at Leighton'- Bussard; of Mr. CHARI. ES WILLIS, Solicitor, at Wmslow; or of the AUCTIO. N- I - at Lcighton- Bussard,. GENERAL COURT. GENERAL INFIRMARY, NORTHAMPTON, 3d AUGUST, 1805. rpiIE declining State of Health of the present 8 Matron rendering it probable fhat she cannot be long able to discharge the Duties of her Office , the Governors hereby giye Notice, that they intend shortly to appoint another Matron in her Room: Such Per- sons, therefore, as desire to become Candidates for the Office of Matron, are requested to send in their Names and Testimonials of Character, directed ( Po$ t or Car- riage- paid) to Mr. INGMAN, the Secretary of the Infirmary, on or before SATURDAY the Slst ' Instant; after which, fourteen Davs' Notice, at least, of the Day fixed upon for the Election will be given in the Northampton Mercury.— The Candidate must be a Widow, or single Woman, and not under 30, nor above 45 Years of Age. By Order of the Court, W. INGMAN, Secretary. Huntingdon. To be SOLD by AUCTION, On Saturday the 17th Day of August, 1805, at the Fountain Inn, in the Town of Huntingdon, between the Hours of Five and Six in the Afternoon ( subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be produced), unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given, ( By Order of the Assignees under a Commission of Bank, rupt awarded against JAMES WFBOMAS BENNETT, late of H u N T i n G DON aforts Aid, Mercers and Drapers J, rpHE REMAINDER of a LEASE ( of which - I- fourteen Years are unexpired,) of and in a capital MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, situate in the HIGH- SHEET, in the Town ot HUNTINGDON, near the Market- Place, Tart of which has been for many Years last past used as a Draper's Shop, in which a very extensive Trade has been carried on; together with the Out- Houses and other convenient Offices ad. joining; late in the Occupation ot John Lawrcncej Esq. since of Mr. Charles Martin, and late of the said James and Thomas Bennett. fidr" Possession of the Premises mav be had imme- diately.— The Stock in Trade and Furniture to be taken by the Purchaser at a fair Appraisement. *** For further Particulars, enquire of Messrs, MAULE & SWESTIHG, Solicitors, Huntingdon. To be SOLD AUCTION, ( IN LOTS), By THOMAS MARTIN,. At the House of John Keen, known by the Sign of the King's- Head, in Napton- upon- the- HiU, iu the County of Warwick, on Tuesday the 20th Day of August, 1805, subject to such Conditions ot Sale as will be then and there produced, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, Lot 1. \ LL those THREE undivided FIITII- XJL PARTS of and in all that CLOSK of exceeding rich PASTURE GROUND, situate and being in N APTON- U PON- TH E- HI LL a l-' l FIT iJOUN DS 11EWA HI). ~ Y\ 7HEREAS some evil - disposed Person'or ' ' Persons did, on Saturday Night the 3d, of early on Sunday Morning the - 1th of August instant, give to TWO 1N- FOAL MARES, the Property of WM. STUCHFIEI D, of THENFORD, Northampton- hire, A DRINK, with Intent, it is supposed, to destroy their Finals; and in the Month of March last, did greatly INJU RE. a- useful YARD DOG: Whoever will give Information of the Offender or Offenders, ahd cause him or them to be appr- hcnded4- shall receive the above Reward of FIFTY- POUNDS, by applying to the said WM. STUCHFIEI. D. BEDFORDSHIRE. A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PUBLIC- HOUSE, , To be; SOLD by AU C T I 0 N, By Mr. II IL I., At the White- Hart Inn, Dunstable, on Wednesday, August 14th, 1805, at Three o'Clock in the After- noon, subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, AValu « ble LEASEHOLD PUBLIC- HOUSE, . called tire DUKE's- HEAD, situate at TOT. TERNHOE, near Dunstable; comprising a Parlour, good Kitchen, with an Oven in Ditto, Pantry, Dairy, Cellars, good Bedchambers, & c. ; a Yard, with Barns, Stable, Cow- House, and a good Orchard, well planted with Fruit Trees, in full Bearing; also a Close of rich Sweatd Land adjoining, containing about two Acres and a Half, bounded with good Fences and thriving Timber; and. a Piece of Common Field Land, con- taining- about two Roods, with a Right of Common- age; the Whole in the Occupation of Mr. William Turner. ( pj* May be viewed any Time previous to the Sale, by applying to. the Tenant; and Particulars may be hadat the Woolpacli, St. Albans • Bull, Redbotirn; King's- Armi, Hempstead; Star. Hocklifie; Sun, Market- Street; Place of Sale; and of Mr. Hill, Luton, Beds. containing by Estimation 13 Acres, or late in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Key.- liedfordshire. Shortly will be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. CHRISTIE, At the Great Roon), in Pall- Mali, London, unless pfeviously disposed of by Pfivate Contract, ' TN SEVENTEEN LOTS, ACAPITAL and VALUABLE FAR- EHOLN, and greatest Part TYIHE- FREE ESTATE, situate adjoining " i?. the great Turnpike- Road from London fo Northampton, about three Miles from LEIGHTON- BUZZARP and the newly- completed Branch of the GRAND JUNCTION CANAL, three from DUNSTABLE, seven from WO'BURN, and 36 from LONDON, in the COUNTY , of BEDFORD ; consisting of the MANOR and . entire, L? A. RISII of' Ti LSWORTH ( except a few Acres); " the ' ADVOWSON of the VICARAGE of TILSWORTH; TWO WOODs. of valuable TIMBER and thriving UN- DERWOOD; EIGHT compact FARMS, with good J- aOJi. iHaijses, Jachi, and all necessary Buildings; the Red- Liqn and, Bjill Irins, and the Blackbirds Public-. H014. se; l( nd £ tfodry Farm- Houses, Messuages, Tenements; and Lands, in the adjoining Parishes of CHALGRAVE, HOCKLIFFE, and STANOBRIDGE ; con- taining in the Whole • - ... ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED and TWENTY- SEVEN ACRES of productive Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land, in the Occupation of respectable Tenants, whose Terms will expire at Lady- Day next* and capable ot great Improvement. (£ 3" Mr. JOHN WILLISON, the Woodman, at Tils- worth, will shew the Estate; and Particulars may be had of Mr. JAMEM RJI. EY, Chicherley, near New- port- Pagneil; the Printers of the Northampton Mer- cury; at the Red- Lion, Hockliffe; Sugar- Loaf, Dun- stable; the Rainbow Coltce- House, Coinhill; and ef Mr. CHRISTIE, Pall. Mall, London. aforesaid, thereabouts, • This Lot is in Grass fit for mowing. Lot 2. All those THREE FIFTH- PARTS of and in all that CLOSE of ARABLE LAND, situate and being in HE LLIDON, in the County of Northamp- ton, late in the Occupation of Mr. George Key. Immediate Possession may be had of both Lots. *** For further Particular's, apply to Messrs. ROLLS &. SON, at their Offices in Southam or Prior's- Marston, near Southam. Buckinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KNIBB, ( If not previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which timely Notice will be given,) on Monday the 9th Day of September next, at the Swan Inn', Newport- Pagnell, at Two o' Clock in the Afternoon, p HE MANOR of SYMPSON, with Court L Baron Quit- Rents and Royalties thereto belong- ing, late the Estate of Sir WALDEN HAMMER, Bart, deceased; together with TWO capital DAIRY FARMS of exceeding rich LAND, one called the WARRENS, usually occupied with the Mansion- House, and the other in the Occupation of Thomas Cumber- land, who at present holds both the Farms as Tenant at Will. One Farm is lett at = 6.150 per Annum, and the other at £. 120 per Annum, clear of all Lsnd- Tax. Also, in Hand, a WOOD or COPPICE of thriving young OAK., TIMBER, forming a good Cover for Game; and an ARABLE CLOSE, adjoining the same, called " PILGROVS WOOD Ci. osa, containing together 32 Acres, moreorfess,; and the whole Estate is Tythe- free. And also, a PUBLIC- HOUSE, called theP/ iugh, and a CLOSE of LAND, in the Village of Sympsrn, adjoining the Grand Junction Canal, belonging to the same. And also, late AUSTIN'S HOUSE and PRE- MISES, adjoining the same. ' The Whole. is a desirable Residence. far a. Gentleman, the same lying in the Neighbourhood of Wob'urn and Whittlebury, Ncwport- Pagrtell and Stony- Stratford.' — The Manor adjoins the Chester- Road, and is 45 Miles from London: - " ' .. . , . .'• (£ 3* This Residence is upon rich Lain!*, beautifully' wooded, and watered by the RivetO. use," which forms a fine Head of Water an4- » food » [ i, vwth a Cas^ cade in Front ' of the Minyon. Hoase — llie Grand Junction Canal passes through fhe Parish, by which Means there is Water- Carriage, to and front;£( 0ndon. . % « For further Particulars, ahd Conditions of . Sale, enquire of Mr. DAVIS, Jun. Atiar. n>- y, of Aifip. th. iU, Beds ; of Mr. COWLEY', of - BrdllghTon, fl& r NfcWpprr- Pagnell ( who will shew the, . Pictni- siS.)^ attd of the AUCTIONEER, at Newport- Pagnell. '.. ; .'•'..' N. B. This gives the Appointment , of Gamekeeper over a Manor well stocked witlCGa'tne/, andan ejtten- 4 sive Fishery on the Rive* Ofefii running afettlM the j Under a Deed of Assignment for the Benefit oj Creditors. To be S OLD by A U C T I O N, By BROWN & SON, ON THE PREMISES, On Wednesday the 14th Dav of August, 1805, AIL the neat and useful HOUSEHOLD- FUR' NITURE, LINEN, PLATE, FIXTURES, BREWING UTENSILS, STOCK in TRADE, and othei EFFECTS, of Mr. RICHARD HICKMAN, Plumber and Glazier, at SHE FFO RD, in theCounty of Bedford ; consisting of handsome Mahogany Four- post and other Bedsteads, with neat striped and Chintz Furnitures; exceeding good Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows; Counterpanes, Quilts, and Blankets; Bed and Table Linen ; handsome Mahogany double Chest of drawers ; Walnut- Tree Ditto; Dressing and Swing Glasses, in gilt Mahogany Frames ; Mahogany Bason- Stand; very neat Mahogany Chairs, with Hair Seats; Mahogany two- leaved Dining, Card, and other Tables; Prints and Chimney Ornaments; China, Glass, Plate, & c. ; capital polished Range, with winding Cheeks and Iron Back; Patent Oven ; good Eight- day Clock ; Chamber and Kitchen Chairs and Tables; Brass Boiler and Cover; Pottage- Pots, Ket- tles, Saucepans, and other Kitchen Requisites; 60- Gallon Copper and Grate, with Lead Curb; W.- shing Ditto; a capital Iron- bound 12- Bushel Mash- Vat, with Brass Cock, and Lead Pipe to the Cellar; Un- derback, with Lead Pump to the Copper; Cooler, lined with Lead; Working Tubs, Iron- bound Pipes, Hogsheads, and smaller Casks; Lead Sink and F'- ame, with various other Articles.— An exceeding good Fowl- ing- Piece. The STOCK in TRADE, Sec. consists of a Quantity of old and new Lead, cast Pipes, large Brass Cocks and Screws, Beans and Scales, 1 ron and Lead Weights, white and red Lead, Colours, Oil- Pots, and Paint; Stoves fixed, with Lead Curbs; Vices, Benches, and Tools; a Quantity of Glass, Garden- Engine, Ropes, Puliies, & c.; a very useful Draught Horse and year- ling Colt; and a Cock of Hay, about three Tons'. The Auctioneers particularly request the Favour of tiie early Attendance of the Company, on Account of the Number of Lots, as the Whole is intended to be sold in one Day. - %* The Sale to begin precisely at Ten o'Clock. N. B. The Furniture may he viewed the Day pre. vious to the Sale, where Catalogues may be had; also at the Cross. Kejs, Ampthill; George, Silsoe; Swan, Jlitchin, and Biggleswade; Chequer, Clifton; and of Brown & Son, Auctioneers, and Agents to the British Fire and Westminster Lite- Office, Bedford. ~ To be SOLD by A ~ U C TION, By Mr. JAMES NEALE, At tiie House of Mr. Thomas Morton, the Swan Inn, North- Kilworth, in the County of Leicester, on Monday the 19th Day of August inst. about Three p'Clock in the Affe'rnoon, subject to such Con- ditions as shall be then and there produced, in Lots ( unless so& ner disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given,) \ CLOSE of rich PASTURE LAND, contain- A ing 28 Acres or thereabouts'fmore or less); with an excellent Meadow thereto adjoining, containing nine Acres or thereabouts ( more or less) lying in the Lordship of NORTH- KI LWO RTH aforesaid, called ELVERDALE CLOSE and MEADOW, now in the Occu- pation of the said Thomas Morton. Also, all those THREE MESSUAGES or TENE- MENTS, with the Appurtenances, situate, standing, and being at HUSBANDS- BOSWORTH, In the said County of Leicester; together with the YARD, OUTBUILDINGS, HOMESTEAD, or ORCHARD, contain- ing Half an Acre or thereabouts ( more or less), and Appurtenances thereto belonging, now in the Occu- pation of John Warren, Hannah Chapman, and Haynes. And also, all that little PLOT of LAND ot GROUND, containing Half an Acre or thereabouts, with the Appurtenances, lying in tha Lordship ot HUSBANDS- BOSWORTH aforesaid; together with the POLES now growing thereon; i. ow also in the Occupation of the said Thomas Morton. Also, the same Afternoon, will be Sold, upon the Premises, in NORTH- KILWORTH aforesaid, A STACK of CLOVE R, and the following- grow, ing CROPS, viz. ab.> ut five Acres of Barley, three Acres of" Wheat, and three Acres of Oats. O" For further Particulars, and. to treat for the real Estates by Private .. Contract, apply - to the said Mr. MORTON, or to'Mr. WATSO « Y: DI- Lut efworth. . A desirutte" Situation - To be S'OLI) by AUCTION, By Mr. , HA WT Y N\ r- • ' - On Thursday- ihe" 22d Day of Augustrinsi. aiff, at the White- Lion inn",-.." Banbury,; Oxfordshire, : at Four o'Clock in the" Afternoon, ertlier in one Lot of two, . as may: be most desirabls.'. to the Company, ALL ' that FREEHOLD INN, and extensive PREMISES," the CATHE- RINE. WHEEI., * in the C& V?- MA- KK T » , and at a proper . Distance from ' " the Canal Wharfs, " in BANBURY aforesaid, now in the- OccupJtidK of Mr. Usher; who- is. Tenant from Year Year.— The'. Ptemises comprise . a t e lar, spacious- Kitchen,- two Parlours,- Pantry, - Brewhouse, wash- House, Stables, and other convenient Out- " buildings, large Yard, good Garden, walled round; - oh- the second Floor, a good- Dining- Room, five Bei- chanibers, with Garrets over; ana veiv contiguous is , br Closeof rich - Pasture Land, about two Acres. gry The Tenant Will shew the Premises ; and for • further Particulars, apply- to Me^. rs. WALFORD, COLBY, & WAIor tite AUCTIONS**, in Banbury. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, August. 8. PARIS ami Dutch Papers, the former to the 2? th ult. and the latter to the 1st ilist. have been received. The MimUeur of the ,25th contains a veryloiig article, which may he considered as the official reply of the French Government to the note. delivered by M. Novosilzoff.— This note has evidently made a deep impression upon the French Government, from the very laboured reply which it has thought necessary to enter into. Bonaparte contends that, the Emperor of Russia has no right to interfere in the affairs > of Italy, and that it can be of no consequence to Russia whatever arrange- ments may be made between France and some tr'Ms id the Apennines; and he maintains that Frarice has a right to augment her . territory in Europe by the conquest of any independent State, whenever she may conceive that such a conquest is necessary to procure a balance of power. He boasts very much of the sacrifices which France made of her conquests last war, and of her mode- ration in riot retaining part of Austria, Venice, Naples, Holland, and Switzerland, which she had conquered, and threatens that in the event of a future war, France will not be disposed to act with so much moderation. It is evident, however, from the whole tenor of the note, that Bonaparte is apprehensive that a powerful confederacy is formed on the Continent against him; but it is of course attributed to the influence of British gold, which has instigated the Powers of Europe to combine for the partition of France.— Such is the species of reasoning which the French Government has employed in answer to the Russian . note. Bonaparte cannot suppose that it will have any effect upon the Continental Powers: it is upon force, not upon arguments, that he relies; and he boldly declares, that he will dissolve any confe- deracy that may be formed against him.—- It is observable that very little is said about Austria in this French manifesto, but it is evident that Bona- parte is convinced that she will join 111 the confe- deracy against France. It appears that while our attention has heed oc- cupied with other expeditions, a fleet has again issued from Rochefort. It left that harbour, as is stated in the Paris papfcrs, on the 17th, and coti- si » ted of eight sail of the line. Our squadron off Calais has driven into that port, with much damage, 50 sail of brigs and small craft, which were going from Dunkirk to Boulogne. And Deal letters, received on Suuday, state, that the Renomme, accompanied by the Fury bomb, have since arrived in that port, from the French coast, bringing in with them five French prizes, captured off Fecamp, while endeavouring to run along shore to the general depot at. Boulogne. ' File captured vessels consist of a brig, three sloops, and a lugger. The Gazette of Tuesday contains a dispatch from Sir R. Calder, but it gives 110 information respecting the combined fleets; its only object being to acknowledge the services of Admiral Stirling, and to account for the omission of his name in the former letter, which appears to have been left out by the mistake of Admiral Gaidar's Secretary.— After ascertaining that the combined fleets had not entered either Ferrol or Gorunna, Admiral Calder and Admiral Stirling divided their forces. The former remains off Ferrol with nine sail of the line, and the latter has resumed the blockade of Rochefort with four.— It is said that Admiral Stirling, 011 returning to Rochefort, found the same number of ships in the port as when he left it. We learn with great regret, that the yellow fever has broken out among the crews on board some of tjifc merchant ships coming to England with the Jamaica June convoy. DIED.] On the 14th ult. aged six weeks, the Princess Maria, daughter of the Hereditary Prince of Denmark. On Sunday se'nnight, in the prime of lire, Mr. Henry Finch, of East- Hanningfeld, in lis ; ex, farmer. ' He went into his fields full of health on the Thursday preceding his death, and having while there a call of nature, received a sting in the thigh, which at first he imagined to be caused by a nettle: the wound, however, was soon attended with symp- toms that proved it to be the bite of an adder, and which terminated in his death. B1 C. MILLS, WINE - MERCHANT, ( At his Agent's, THOMAS BRIDGES, NO. 57, Mark- Lane, London,) EGS Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that the Canal and Iron Railway from London to Northampton being finished, « nd by Boats to Wellingborough, he will deliver WINES, & C. at NORTHAMPTON, free of Carriage, to those who will be pleased to favour him with their Com- mands.— Prime OLD PORT ( in Wood), DITTO, from one to four Years ( in Bottles), prime PALS SHERRY, ditto BROWN DITTO, CLARET, EAST and WEST- INDI A MADEIRA, CALCAVELLA, LISBON, MOUNTAIN, and every other Description of WINES and FOREIGN SPIRITS, of the first Qualities, and at the lowest Prices. 83" Orders addressed to Mrs. Mills's, Abington- Street, Northampton, or to No. 57, Mark- I. ane, will be punctually attended to, and thankfully acknow- ledged. ** » Bottles and Hampers returned free of Expence, bv sending them to Mr. George Osborn, Cotton- End Wharf, Northampton. London, August 9lb, 1805. NORTHAMPTON, 2d August, 1805. ALL Persons who stand indebted to Mr. JOHN BRIDGES, late of NORTHAMPTON ( but now of MALDON, in the County ot Essex), Merchant, are desired forthwith to pay such Debts as are owing to his late Concern at Northampton, to Mr. Francis William Jeyes, Solicitor, Gold- Street, Northampton ; or to Mr. Newby, at his late Wharf, who are author- ized to receive for him; otherwise they will be sued for the same without further Notice. AUGUST 9th, 1805. ALL Persons indebted to the late SARAII CARPENTER, of THORPE- MANDKVILLE, in the County of Northampton, Shopkeeper, are desired immediately to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Edw. Carpenter, of Moreton- Pinckney, in the said County, Parmer; or to Mr. Edward Stone, Grocer, of Banbury.— And all Persons having any just Claims on the late Sarah Carpenter, who have not sent in their Accounts, are desired immediately to send in the same. LOST, From the PARSONAGE- HOUSE at WALGRAVE, Northamptonshire, AGOLD WATCH, with an old enamelled Chain much worn, and the outer Case embossed with the Figure of Diana and Dogs. f£ 3T Whoever wilt bring the above Watch to the PARSONAOE- Koust at WAX, GRAVE aforesaid, shall receive FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. ST. NEOTS, August 6th, 1805. NOTICE is hereby given, That the ESTATE situate at BACKNOE- END, in the Parish of THURLEICH, in the County of Bedford, advertised to be SOLD by AUCTION, at the WHITE- LION INN, in KIMBOLTON, on TUESDAY the 13th Day of AUGUST instant, IS DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE CON- TRACT. GRAND JUNCTION CANAI.. WE, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- missioners appointed by tile Act of Parlia- ment passed in the 3Sd Year of the Reign of His pre- ent Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a certain Requisition made by Nathaniel Sheen, of the Parish of Dorchester, in the County of Oxford, appoint a Meeting ot Commissioners under the said Act ot Par- liament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLES- BURY, in the County of Buckingham, on MONDAY the 26th Day of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon; for the Purpose of considering the Claims made by the said Nathaniel Sheen upon the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, in Con- sequence of any Diversion of Water which usually flowed to the Mill in the Occupation of the said Na- thaniel Sheen, for the Supply of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Day of August, 1805. WM. LLOYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER, THOS. HOPKINS, WM. STOCKINS. GRAND JUNCTION CANAL. WE, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- missioners appointed by the Act of Parliament passed in the 33d Year of the Reign pf His present Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a cer- tain Requisition made by Robert Cherrill, of the Parish of Dorchester, in the County of Oxford, ap- point a Meeting of Commissioners under the said Act of Parliament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLESBURY, in the County of Buckingham, on TUESDAY the 27th Day of A UCUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon ; tor the Purpose of considering the j Claims made by the said Robert Cherrill upon the 1 Discharged Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, I ' in Consequence of any Diversion of Water which j usually flowed to the Mill in the Occupation ot the said Robert Cherrill, tor the Supply of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Dayot August, 1805. WM. LLOYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER, THOS. HOPKINS, WM. STOCKINS. BEDFORD INFIRMARY, THURSDAY, JUL* 18, 1805. At a General Meeting held this Day ( according to public Advertisement), SAMUEL WHITBREAD, Esq. in the Chair, IT was resolved by the Governors and Sub- scribers present, That the following Statement of the Situation of the Institution should be submitted to the Public :— A Statement of the Patients from the last General Meeting, September 8, 1804, to July 13, 1805. In- Patients remaining in the House September 8, 1804 13 Out- Patients on the Books, from Ditto 22 Admitted since 128 163 r Cured 84 I Relieved 22 Discharged, / Incurable 6 I Irregular in Attendance 3 *- Own Request 6 ... ....... 5 In- Patients in the House 20 Out- Patients on the Books 17 Dead 163 A General Account of Patients admitted and discharged from the Jirst opening of the Infirmary, August 13, 1S03, to July 13, 1805. In- P. Out- P. Tot. Admitted and discharged 224 | 93 | 317 s Cured -. — r I Relieved y Incurable / Irregular in Attend- i ance To be SOL D, ABRACE of clever good SETrlNG DOGS.— To prevent Trouble, none need apply but such as will give a good Price. Iff" Enquire of R. LOVELL, Clay. Coton, North- amptonshire. *** They will not be advertised any more. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, \ Desirable compact small Freehold FARM XX ( Tythe- free), situate at SOUTHAM, in the County of Warwick; consisting of a Farm- House, with Bams, Stables, Yards, and about 78 Acres of valuable Aiable, Meadow, and Pasture Land.— Pos- session may be had at Michaelmas next. *** For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, apply at the Office of Mr. TOMES, Soli- citor, Southam. " W7" ANTED immediately, An ASSISTANT to VV a SURGEON and APOTHECARY in the Country ; or a YOUNG MAN who lias served two or three Years of his Time. ( j3T Letters addressed to S. A. at. the Printers ot this Paper, will be duly attended to. \* 7" aRtTLD, A steadv MAN," as a JOURNEY- • T MAN SHOEMAKER. A Woman's Hand would be preferred.— Such a one may have constant Employ and good Wages bv applying to Mr. JAMES BULL, St. Neuis, Hunts J by whom an APPRENTICE is also wanted. Brown's Bankruptcy. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ROBERT TOM LIN, At the House of Mr. Francis Osborn, known bv the Name of the Peacock Inn, in the Town of North- ampton, in the County of Northampton, on Satur- day the 31st Day of August instant, 1805, about Four o'Clock in the Afternoon of the same Day ( by Order of the Assignees 6f WILLIAM BROWN, of HOICOTT, in the County of Northampton afore- said, Woolcombcr and Shopkeeper, a Bankrupt,) A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, In HOLCOTT afore-, aid; CONSISTING of a substantial Stone- built MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the Gro- cer's Shop, Barn, Stable, Hovels, Woolcomber's Shop, Wool- Warehouses, and other Outbuildings thereto belonging, with the Garden in Front, a large Yard tyid Orchard ( planted with choice Fruit Trees-) thereto adjoining, pieasantly and conveniently situated in the Town of HOLLOI'T aforesaid. And also, A CLOSE of exceeding rich PASTURE GROUND, in the Nether Field of HOLCOTT aforesaid, containing abouc one Acre and a Half, late the Property and in the Occupation ot the said Wm. Brown, a Bankrupt. (£ 2T The House is very convenient for carrying on an extensive Business in the Wool Trade, or any other Concern which requires Room.— Immediate Possession may be had. *** For further Particulars, apply to Mr. William Luck, of Ovetstone, in the County of Northampton aforesaid; Mr. William Sharp, of Cranford- Saint- Andrew; or Mr. William Taylor, of Moulton, in the same County ( the Assignees); or to Mr. Goodhall, Solicitor, Wellingborough. GRAND JUNCTION CANAI,. WE, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- missioners appointed by the Act of Parliament passed in the 33d Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a certain Requisition made by Thomas Davis, of the Parish of Holton, in the County of Oxford, appoint a Meeting of Commissioners under the said Act of Parliament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLESBURY, in the County of Buckingham, on WEDNESDAY the28th bay of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon; for the Purpose of considering the Claims made by the said Thomas Davis upon the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, in Consequence of any Diversion of Water which usually flowed to the Mill in the Occupation of the said Thomas Davis, for the Supplv of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Day of August, 1805. WM. I. I. OYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER, THOS. HOPKINS, WM. STOCKINS. V Own Request .... Out- patients made In- Patients,,. In- patients made Out- Patients Dead Remaining in the House and on the Books 121 52 39 6 14 2 2 8 2 1 1.3 5 1 12 2 17 224 | 93 | 317 The Secretary's Receipts and Payments from September 8', 1804, to July 13, 1805. From the Alms- Box For Trusses Soldiers' Subsistence. Received from the Treasurer Arrears and that a further Subscription is l> ec.. u. ii, g, due fot the Year current, between the 24th of June, 1805, and June 21, 1806. The Necessity of an early Attention to the Payment pf these Subscriptions is manifest; and it is earnestly hoped that np further Appeal upon this Subject will at any Time be required. RESOLVED, That the Proceedings of the Day be publislied in the London and Country Papers, and by Hand- Sills. RESOLVED, That the Thanks of the Meeting be given to the Chairman. SAMUEL WHITBREAD. HILL's BANKRUPTCY. ~ WHEREAS a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against JOHN HILL, of TOWCESTER, in the County of Northamp- ton, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, and he being de- clared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major Part of them, on the FIFTEENTH Day of AUGUST next, at Six ot the Clock in the Afternoon; and on the SIXTEENTH Day of the same Month, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon; and on the THIRD Day of SEPTEMBER next, at Six of the Clock in the Afternoon, at the WHITE- HORSE INN, in TOWCF. STER aforesaid, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to choose As- signees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his Examination; and the Creditors are to assent to, or dissent from, the Allowance of his Certificate.— All Persons indebted to the said Bank- rupt, or that have any of his Effects, are not to pay- or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint; but give Notice to Mr. KIRBY, At- torney at Law, in Towcester aforesaid. F E L O N Y. V\ 7~ HEREAS some malicious Person or Persons Total . J. s. d. . 15 5 . 5 15 6 .. 7 11 10 . 994 4 3 .. 1008 17 0 1 GRAND JUNCTION CANAL. WE, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- missioners appointed by the Act of Parliament passed in the 33d Year of the P. eign of His present Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a certain Requisition made by Henry Reynolds, in the Parish of Long- Crendon, in the County of Bucks, appoint a Meeting ot Commissioners under the said Act of Par- liament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLES- BURY, in the County of Buckingham, on THURSDAY the 29th Day of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon; for the Purpose of considering the Claims made by the said Henry Reynolds upon tiie Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, incon- sequence of any Diversion of Water which usually, flowed to the Mill in the Occupation of the said Henry Reynolds, for the Supply of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Day of August, 1805. WM. LLOYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER, THOS. HOPKINS, WM. STOCKINS. PLAIS'I ERERS. •\"\ 7~ ANTED immediatelv, A NUMBER of > T GOOD HANDS, w'ho may have constant Employ and good Wages, by applying to J. CHAMBER- LAIN, Col lege- Line, Northampton; orat the ROYAL DF. r6r, WEEDON. /" ANTED, in a Gentleman's Family, A HOUSEKEEPER, who understands Pickling and Preserving, is capable of seeing a Dinner sent in neatly and properly, and is acquainted with the Super- ( ntendance of a Family.— A very good Character for Honesty, Sobriety, and Activity will be expectcd, without which none- need apply. Apply to Mr. WM. HOI- WOOD, at Maidwcll. " YY To be LETT, on Lease, And miy be entered upon immediately, A'FYIHK- NTEE FARM; consisting of 2d0 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Grazing Land.— The Crops to be taken at a fair Appraisement. ( For further Particulars, and to treat for the same, enquire of Mr. HORNE, Winwick, nearOundle, Northamptonshire. PARADE, NORTHAMPTON. To be L E T T, And entered upon at Michaelmas next, ANeat and commodious HOUSE, now in the . Occupation of Mrs. Wilson, situate at the Corner of N » wi AND ; consisting ot a Parlour, Kitchen, Drawing- Room, three good Bedchambers, with Closets, three Garrets, a go » d Cellar, paved Yard, and other Conveniencies. Qjj" For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. £ VICHF. R, Attorney, Square, Northampton. Freehold Estates in Bedfordshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ABBOTT, At the Swan Inn, in Bedford, on Saturday the 17th Day ( jf August, 1205 ( unless previously dispo of by Private Contract), in two Lots, Lot J. \ Very eligible FARM, situate in tV WIL" DEN; consisting of an excellent Farfil- Housc, double Dove- House, and every necessary Outbuilding, and- about 250 Acres, by Estimation, of Land, of which upwards of 60 Acres are ancient In- cisure, now in the Occupation of Francis Mawbey ; with two CotMges adjoining the Farm Homestead. Lot 2. A very convenient FARM, also situate in WILD F. N; consisting of a very good Farm- House and all necessary Outbuildings, and about 155 Acres, by Estimation, of Land, of which about 40 Acres are ancient Inclosure, now in the Occupation of William' Fayell. Note — The Buildings ate in excellent Repair; the Land belonging to each Farm lies near to the Home- stead; the ancient Inclnsurcs are well fenced, and of convenient Sizes; and the Open- field L » rd in very large Plots.— The Land- Tax is redeemed. ( tT* For further Particulars, apply to MI. DAY, Solicitor, Saint Neots; and for a View ot the Pre- mises, te the respective Tenants. Mr. Wing, on Account of his last Instal- ment of £. 650 200 0 0 Constant, for levelling Ground, Gardening, Sec 3? 4 0 Insurance from Michaelmas, 1804, ; o Mi- chaelmas, 1805 5 8 Bathing- Tub, for Warm Bath 6 16 Surgical Instruments 5 13 Thermometer 1 11 Ironmonger and Mason's Bills 10 5 Painting, Plumbing, and Glazing 16 14 Printing, Advertisements, and Stationary. 43 18 11 Cloth and Linen .'.. 6 8 9 Wine ( one Year and a Half) 43 18 0 Medicines 46 11 9 Salaries and Wages 83 11 2 Coals 74 17 0 Beer and Porter 48 9 8 Grocery : 68 3 0 Meat 145 9 9 Bread 97 13 2 Matron's Incidents ( including Milk, Night Nurses, Washerwomen, & c.) 49 IS 10 Secretary's Ditto ( including Leeches, Taxes, Carriage, Sec.) 14 6 0 Total 1003 17 0 Donations, & fe. from September 8, 1804, to July 13 1805. His Grace the Duke of Bedford Right Hon. Lord Hampden, Bromham .. " Whitbread, Esq. Southill Household- Furniture, Crops of Com, IfC. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Monday the 12th Day of August, 1805, on the Premises, at LOUGHTON, near Stony- Stratford, Bucks, RPIIE neat HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, and I- other EFFECTS, of Mr. Edward Bovingdon, wdio is leaving Loughton; comprising Four- post and other Bedsteads, with Check Furnitures, & c.; Fea- ther and Flock Beds; Mattresses, Quilts, and Blan- kets ; Mahogany Drawers; Night- Tables and Bason- Stands ; Mahogany Bureau; a capital Eight- day Clock, ill an Oak Case; Mahogany Dining, Tea, and other Tables; 14 Windsor Chairs, and two Elbow Ditto; Chamber and Kitchen Chairs; Bath Grates and Fire- Irons; Pier and Swing Glasses; China, Glass, and Earthenware; Kitchen Grate and Smoke- Jack; and Kitchen- Furniture in general; a stout 100- Gallon Brewing Copper and Grate, one Washing Ditto, 12- Bushel Mash- Vat, two oval Coolers, and Brewing Tubs; a capital stout Flour- Bin and Dough- Trough ; movable Ironing- Stove; six stout Iron- bound Two- hogshead Beer Casks, four Hogshead Ditto, and smaller Casks.— The above- mentioned Furniture and other Effects are in excellent Condition, most of them being new within a short Time. Immediately after the Sale of the Furniture, will be Sold, One Cow, one stout Six- inch Cart, one Tax- Cart and Harness, a Quantity of Corn Sacks, Cart- Ropes, new Bean. Mill, Forks, Shovels, 8000 Furze Faggots, See. See. Also, 18 Acres of WHEAT, 22 Ditto of BEANS, and 24 Ditto of OATS.— The Straw of these Lots to be spent on the Premises. Proper Barns and Yard Room will be provided, and the Use of the same to Midsummer next. Twelve Acres and a Half of BEANS; to be taken off the Premises. Three Months' Credit will be given for the Corn, on approved Security. ** » The Sale will begin with the Furniture, exactly at Ten o'Clock. GRAND JUNCTION CANAL. ~ W7~ E, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- ' T - missioners appointed by the Act of Parliament passed in the 33d Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a certain Requisition made by George West, of the Parish of Winchendon, in the County of Bucks, appoint a Meeting of Commissioners under the said Act of Par- liament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLES- BURY, in the County of Buckingham, on FRIDAY the 30th Day of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon ; for the Purpose of considering the Claims made by the said George West upon the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, in Conse- quence of any Diversion of Water which usually flowed to the Mill in the Occupation of the said George West, for the Supply of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Day of August, 1805. WM. LLOYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER, THOS. HOPKINS, WM. STOCKINS. GRAND JUNCTION CANAL. WE, the Undersigned, being five of the Com- missioners appointed by the Act of Parliament passed in the 33d Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, " for making and maintaining the Grand Junction Canal," do hereby, in Pursuance of a certain Requisition made by John Boddington, of the Parish of Cuddington, in the County of Bucks, appoint a Meeting of Commissioners under the said Act . of Parliament, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in AYLES- BURY, in the County of Buckingham, on SATURDAY the 31st Day of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon ; for the Purpose of considering the Claims made by the said John Boddington upon the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, in Con- sequence ot any Diversion of Water which usually flowed to the Mill in the Occupation of the said John Boddington, for the Supply of the said Canal.— Dated this 8th Day of August, 1805. WM. LLOYD, EDWD. NUGENT, JOHN PARKER. THOS. HOPKINS, WM.. STOCKINS. Right Hon. J. Trevor, Bromham W. Lee Antonie, Esq. Colworth Right Hon. Lord Ongley, Old- Warden .. Sir M. Burgoyne, Bart. Sutton Sir George Osborn, Bart. Chicksands..:. G. Thornton, Esq. Muggerhanger...... Francis Pym, Esq. Hasel- Hall J. Higgins, Sen. Esq. Turvey R. Trevor, Esq. Flitwick J. Gibbard, Esq. Sharnbrook W. Wilshere, Esq. Hitchin Rev. J. Hawkins, Barton - J. Miller, Esq. Bedford Rev. W. Hooper, Carlton Rev. D. Olivier, Clifton Rev. P. Mohoux, Sandy '. The Right Hon. the Earl of Upper- Ossory, Ampthill Park ' ' T. Gotobed, Esq. London Mr. E. T. Pilgrim, Woburn The Right Hon. Lady Lucas, Silsoe J. Polhill, Esq. Howbury W. Belsham, Esq. Bedford The Right Hon. Lord Ashburnham The Rev. Wollaston Pym, Radwell Rev. Mr. Pomfrct, deceased The Directors of the Bedford House of In- dustry .'.../. Rev. Thomas Belsham, Hacknev Mr. E. Wells, deceased ( bv Will,) £. 100 ( Legacy Duty £. 8 10s. 6d.) £. 105 25 200 20 20 20 30 20 20 25 20 20 10 20 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 5 10 50 5 1 25 21 10 5 10 10 50 0 2 12 10 10 91 9 6 878 3 0 ^ Total Church Collections. Steppingley Church 1 10 Houghton- Conquest 0 10 Total 2 1 I The Subscribers to the Bedford Infirmary in Account tstitb Mr. Jos. Barnard, their Treasurer, from September ft, 1804, to July 13, 1805. Dr. £. s. d. To Balance transferred from last Account-. 454 11 2 Mr. Butlin, at various Times 994 4 3 Balance in Treasurer's Hands, transferred below 115 19 8 Cr. By Donations, received within of this Account Church Collections Annual Subscriptions. Dividend:, on Stock 1564 15 I 878 S 0 2 1 1 306 12 0 377 19 0 1564 15 1 Farming Stock, growing Crops of Corn, & c. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On the Premises, at TOWCESTER, in the County of Northampton, on Monday the 19th Day of August, 1805, HPHE following EFFECTS, the Property of Mrs. J. PRATT, lateof the Saracen's- Head Inn, TOW- CESTER S comprising three stout Cart Horses, three Waggons, two Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, Field Roll, Horses' Gears, Hurdles, Flcaks, Cow- Cribs, Lad- ders, Sacks, Sieves, Wind- Fan, and Barn Tackle. Also, 14 Acres of Wheat, 5 Ditto of Barley, 11 Ditto of Oats, and 10 Ditto of Beans; 29 Acres of Seed Clover, and 10 Ditto of Grass Keep. QT The Straw to be spent on the Premises; and proper Bams, Yard- Room, arc. will be provided for the Purpose. The Sale to begin with the Farming Stock ex- actly a; Ten o'Clsck, and the Creps immediately alter Live Stock, Farming Utensils, Timber Carriages, Src. Tb be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. BROOKS, On the Premises, without Reserve, on Friday the 16th of August instant, THE LIVE STOCK, FARMING UTENSILS, TIMBER CARRIAGES, and sundry valuable EFFECTS, of the late Mr. JOHN COLEMAN, deceased, at CLOPHILL, Bedfordshire; consisting of three very good useful Drawing Horses; two good Narrow- wheel Waggons, one good Narrow- wheel Dung Cart, a Four- wheel Timber Carriage, Gig, Gin, Pul- lies, and Ropes, four Timber Chains, Harness for six Horses, Wheelbarrow, two long Ladders, good Steel Bean- Mill, Hurdles, a Quantity of old Iron, 20 Corn Sacks, good riding Saddle and Bridle, Barn Tackle, two stout Cart Hovels, with a Number of other useful Articles. ( pf May be viewed on the Morning of Sale, which will begin precisely at Eleven o'Clock. FREEHOLD, KINGSTHORPE, near NORTHAMPTON. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. GRIFFITHS 6? Co. At Garraway's Coffee- House, Cornhill, London, on Monday the 19thof August, 1805, at Twelve o'Clock, AFREEHOLD CLOSE of LAND, situated at KINGSTHORPE, one Mile and a Half from Northampton, and in Front of the Road to Market- Harborough, now used as Garden Ground, and con- tains 3A. 1R. and 12P.' Statute Measure, little more or less, in the Occupation and on Lease to Mr. John Lucas, for a Term of 16 Years from Lady- Day last, at a clear yearly Rent of £. 12. J5T May be viewed by Leave, and Particulars had, of Mr. Lucas; also at the George, Northampton ; of Mr. Oakden, Solicitor, Daventry; at Garraway's; and of Messrs. Griffiths, Hopkins, and Co. Black- man- Street, Southwark. Balance transferred from above 115 19 8 The Number of Persons admitted, cured, and re- lieved, since the last General Meeting of the Sub- scribers, justifies the Expectation originally formed of the Advantages which would be derived to the County of BEDFORD from this Establishment; and the Success of the Medical Gentlemen has corre sponded with their Assiduity and Skill. The Donations received since the last General Meet- ing have been considerable; but, unfortunately, not so ample as to meet all the Demands.— The Balance of the last Instalment due to Mr. Wing upon his original Contract, amounting, together with Interest for the Period to which the Payment has been already protracted, to £. 466, remains unpaid: Provision for its Discharge must be made, and, from an Inspection of the Accounts above stated, it will appear, that no Resource presents itself but the Sale of all the Funds belonging to the Infirmary, which can be so disposed of. However keen the Regret which the Adoption of such a Measure must excite, it is unavoidable; and this Meeting, not despaiting of the steady Liberality of the Community to continue and increase the pre- sent Income of the Bedford Infirmary, or of further Benefactions, which the good Management of the In- stitution may in the Course of Time induce, have RESOLVED, That the £. 500 3 per Cent. Consols, and £. 50 per Annum Short Annuities, given by J. Hawkins Brown, Esq. and the other Trustees of the late Mr. Hawkins, be sold, and the Produce paid to Mr. John Wing, towards the Discharge of the Debt due to him. RESOLVED, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to Dr. YEATS, Physician, Mr. CHARLES SHORT and Mr. JOHN PULLEY, Surgeons to the Bedford Infirmary, for their continued assiduous and skilful Attendance upon the Patients ot this House; and that they be requested to persevere in their laudable Undertaking. The Public are respectfully informed, that such of the Subscribers as have not paid their Subscriptions for the Year ending June the 24th, 1805, of which the Proportion is very large, are now actually in Hou- Yard is in the said Parish: Whoever will give Information of the Offender or Offenders, so thai he or they may be brought to- Justice, shall, on his or their Conviction, receive a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS from the Dunchurch Association, and a further Reward of F1 F T Y GUINEAS from the said Thomas Boddington.— And if more thari ofie Person was concerned in the above Felony, and either will impeach his Accomplice or Accomplices; he shall, on his or their Conviction thereof, be entitled to the above Rewards, a » d: Imerest will bt made to procure His Majesty's Pardon. The above Offence is Felony, and comes under the Black Act, which is Death without Benefit of Clergy. Dunchurch, 1th August, 1805. To be SOLD by~ PRIVATE CONTRACT, FOUR FREEHOLD MESSUAGES OR TENEMENTS, with the Gardens and Appurte- nances thereunto belonging, in HARDINGSTONE, near Northampton, in the several Occupations of Jones, Harris, —— Tarry, and Pearson. Also, THREE FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with the Gardens and Appurtenances- thereunto belonging, in GRF. AT- CREATON, in the - County of Northampton, in the several Occupations of Benjamin Butlin, -— Causer, and — Holled. ( PT Enquire of Mr. Howes, Attornev, North, amp ton. Growing Crop of Barley. To he SOLD bv AUCTIO N, By j. PORES. ABOUT seven Acres of BARLEY, in a Close adjoining the Washing Brook in the Parish of ME ARS- ASHBY, in the County of Northampton. ftlf' The Company is requested to meet the Auc- tioneer on the Spot, at Three o'Clock in the After- noon, Oil Tuesday next, the 13th Instant. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ROBERT ANDREH-' S, On Tuesday next, the 13th of August instant, 1S05, THE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, PARI' of the - I. HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, See. of Mr. DRAGE, at EASTON- MAUDIT, near BOZEAT. Northamptonshire, who is leaving the Bargain; con- sisting of two Dairy Cows, one Stirk, one weaning Calf, and one in- pigged Sow; a very good One- dozea Barrel Churn and Frame, Cream- Tins Milk- Kiv - rs, Pans, and other Daiiy Utensils.— The Household- Fur. niture comprises neat Four- post and Tent B. ii teads, with Cotton and other Furniture; leather and Wool Beds; Quilts and Blankets; Chairs and Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses ; a good 30- Hour Clock and Case j Pots, Kettles, & c. ; a very good Fowling- Piece; Dresser, Shelves, & c. j one Beer Pipe, three s'ood Hogsheads, and two smaller Casks; a 6- Bushel Mash- Vat, a 20- Gallon Copper and Grate, & c. ; a fiean-. Mill, and two Steel Malt- Mills; two Laude. s, Hog. Tubs, Troughs, Hurdles, See. The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clock, Growing Crops of Corn. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ROBERT ANDREWS, On Wednesday next, the 14th of August instant, on the Premises of Mr. George Davison, at Stevington, in the Countv of Bedford, ABOUT 26 Acres of WHEAT, 9 Ditto of OATS, 15 Ditto of BEANS, and 4 Ditto of TARES, in Lots. ftrr The Sale to begin at Eleven o'Clock. *** Three Months' Credit will be given on approved Security. LEICESTERSHIRE AND WARWICKSHIRE. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. FARMER, At the Bull's- Head Inn, in Hinckley, on Monday the 12tn Day of August - nst. at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, IN SEVEN LOTS, VERY desirable ESTATES, late the Property of TIMOTHY BENTLEY, Esq. deceased, situate at BURBAG E, in the County of Leicester; consisting of two Dvvelling- Houses ( one divided into three Tenements), and fourteen Closes, together fifty- four Acres, in the Occupation of Mr. John Adcock and his Undertenants.— BURBAG E is distant about a Mile from Hinckley, on the Turnpike- Road leading from thence to Lutterworth. Also, at the Denbigh Arms, in Lutterworth, in the Comity of Leicester, on Thursday the 15th Day of August next, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, in Lots as under:— Lot 1. A very desirable FREEHOLD FARM, called WILLS PASTURE, HODDON- HALL, in the County of Warwick; consisting of a Dwelling- House, with convenient Outbuildings, and thirteen Closes, in a ring Fence, together 106 Acres, now in the Occupa- tion of Mr. William Fassey, most eligibly situated near the Turnpike- Road from Banbury to'Southam, about ten Miles from the former, and four from the latter Place, and within a short Distance of the Ox- ford Canal. Lot 2. A large substantial DWEI, LING- HOUSE, with all requisite Out- Oifices, now occupied by Mr. Wm. Walton; and FOURTEEN CLOSES, in the LordshipofSTRETTON- UNDER- FOSS, and Parish of MONKS- KIRBY, in the County of Warwjck, lying together, and containing 109 Acres, in the Oc. cunation of the said Wm. Walton and Mr. Samuel Walton; and a COTTAGE and SMITH'S SHOP, occupied by Benjamin Mott. Lot 3. A substantial FARM- HOUSE, and conve- nient Outbuildings, in the Lordship of STRETTON- UNDER- FOSS, now occupied by Samuel Walton- and THIRTEEN CLOSES, together 97 Acres, in the Occupations of the said Samuel Walton and of Mr. John Hobley. Lot 4. A DWELLING- HOUSE, and Out- Offices, and SEVER/.!. CLOSES, together nearly 56 Acres, in the Lordship of STRETTON- UNDER- FOS § , and in the Occupation of John Hobley. Lot5. A CLOSE, in STRETTON- UNDER- FOSS aforesaid, called PELLETT'S CLOSE, nearly seven Acres, with a small GARDEN, adjoining the Town- Street, in the Occupation of Messrs. Walton. The above Estates, at STRETTON, lia very compact, and are desirably situated, adjoining the Turnpike- Road from Coventry to Lutterworth, being nine Miles from the former and six from the latter, and within a Quarter of a Mile of the Oxford Canal. — The Fences are remarkably good, and the Land in a very high State of Cuiiivation. The Estates may be viewed on applying to the respective Tenants; and printed Particulars ( with Plans) may be had, 14 Days before the Sale, of the Printers of the Northampton and Coventry Papers, and Aris's Birmingham Gazette; at the Law- Offices of Messrs. Pares, Miles, & Alston, Solicitors, Lei. cester; of Messrs. J. & W. Black, Middle- Temple, London; and at Richards's Coftee- House, Temple. Bar, London. ( One Concern.) « T Friday and Saturday's Posts. T. 0 V 7) 0 N, August 9- A Letter from Yarmouth announces the receipt I i. of accounts from Admiral Russej's squadron off the Tex el. I? e had captured a ship from Amster- dam bound to Madrid, in ballast, having hurried away in order tiv- avoid the embargo which was Tionrly evpected to he laid on ships in the Dutch ports.'— The Admiral was informed by his prize, that the Dutch were embarking troops in the Texel in immense numbers, also a large quantity of artil- lery and horses, with six months provisions, and other necessaries for a remote expedition. Ad- miral De Winter's flag was flying in an 80 gun- ship, who is, with Admiral Eykark.' to have the command. It. was expected that the expedition would be ready to sail about the beginning of the present week. Thc - troops consisted of French and Dutch.' According to private advices, the army which Emaparte detunes for the invasion of this country amounts to 200,000 men, of whom 8,000 are a- til'ery; and it is reported that the daring attempt will certainly be made in the course of the present min'h. We hnve now upwards of 60 pendants flying in the Downs, which we think may hid defiance to all the forte that can be sent against " them.— From the great damage our ships have received in approxi- mating to closely with the French shore fur the ardour of British cnterprize and valour), an order has been peremptorily issued, that none of our cruisers, in pursuit of the enemy's craft., shall run so far as to get within the rangp of the French batteries, which has proved more fatal to . our ships, when unfortunately becalmed, than the whole of what the collective Imperial naval force has ever been able to effect. No doubt now remains respecting the fate of the Antigua fleet. The following paragraph is copied from the Barbadoes Mercury of June 29, in which a new instance is recorded of the pusillanimity of the enemy, who after having captured the Antigua convoy, were so frightened by the appearance of two British sloopS of War as to set, fire to the whole of them :— " His Majesty's ships Galatea, Captain Maxwell, Railleur, Captain Ekin, and Kingfisher, Captain Cribb, arrived here this day. Bv these we learn that on the 21th inst. the Kingfisher and Osprevfell in with five trench frigates, having charge of the An- tigua convov, which had been taken by the combined fleet, then about 180 miles to the N. E. of Barbuda: the enemy upon « eei:: g ccr sloons of war, instantly set fire to the whole captured vessels, and gave chace to the Kingfishei,' which induced Captain Cnob to make signals, and fire several guns, as if to some of our ships a- licad, which had the desired effect, and the enemy dreading the approach of our fleet, hauled off with great precipitancy towards the burning vessels, among which a schooner, apparently an American, was very active in removing the people, .. * nd encouraging the tones. The Kingfisher and Osprey proceeded to Antigua with this account, when Captain Fahill, of the Amelia, with the Galatea, Beaulieu, 4nd Kingfisher, proceeded in quest of the enemy, but unfortunatelv without meeting them, or we may well judge what'would have been the result to the in- glorious conflagration." BUCKINGHAM, 29th J. uly,- 1805. NOTICE is hereby given, That a General Meeting of His Majesty's Lieutenancy of the County of BUCKINGHAM, will be holden at the COBHAM ARMS INN, in BUCKINGHAM aforesaid, on SATURDAY the mth Day of ACCOST next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for currying into Execution the Act of the 44th Geo. 3d, Cap. 56, called " The Additional Force Act," and transacting all other Business that may come before them. By Order of the Most Noble George Marquis of Buckingham, Lord- Lieutenant, ROBERT MILLER, Clerk of the General Meetings. THE NORTHAMPTON ORIGINAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY WILL hold their Annual Meeting at the House of Mr. SAMUEL Frr/. Hue. H, the SWAN- AND- N< HELMET INN, GOLD- STREET, on MONDAY the 19th of AUGUST instant; when the following PRIZES will he given, viz. £. s. For the first six best whole- blown Carnations, Half a Dozen Tea- Spoons, Value. . 1 2 For the second best Ditto, a large polished Tablo- Spoon, Value., 0 18 For the third best Ditto, a Silver Punch- I. adle, Value 0 14 For the fourth best Ditto, a Pair of Silver Sugar- Tongs, Value 0 12 For the fifih best Ditto, a Silver Dessert- spoon, Value 0 9 For the best Half- dozen self- coloured Carna- tions, a Pair of Salt- Ladles, Value 0 5 For the first best- flavoured Melon, not weigh- ing less than two Pounds, a Pair of hand- some Salts, with blue Glass, Value 0 15 For the second best Ditto, ditto, a Silver- mounted Mustard- Vase, Value 0 10 For the first heaviest Gooseberry, a Pair of Dessert- Spoons, Value..';..... 0 14 For the second heaviest Ditto, a Pair of Sugar- Tongs, Value.-;' i 0 11 For the third heaviest Ditto, three Silver Tea- Spoons, Value 0 9 For the fourth heaviest Ditto, a fairof Silver Tea- Spoons, Value - 0 6 pr No Person permitted to shew who is not a Grower. Ordinary, to Subscribers, 3s.; Non- sub- scribers, 5s. 6d. N. B. Any Gentleman wishing to become a Mem- ber of this Society, is requested to signify the same to Mr. CORNFIELD, Northampton. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. OTICE is hereby given, That a General Meeting of the Lieutenancy of the said County mill be held at the GEOUGF. INN, in the Town of NORTHAMPTON, on SATURDAY the 24th Day of AUGUST instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, for carrying into Execution certain of the Provisions of an Act ( f Parliament pushed in the 44 Acres of Barley; ten Acres ot Oats, in the Far Close ; nine Acres of Oats anct three Ditto of Barley, in the Hill Close; four Acres of Oats and two Ditto of Barley, in the Far- Hill Close; — one 20- Gal Ion Barrel, one 15- Ditto Ditto, one Half- Hogsliead Ditto, one Iron- bound Hogshead, a large Mash- Tub, Sec. Sec. Sec.; eleven capital Milk- Leads, viz. three, 3 Feet by 2; four, 4 Feet by 2; two, 4 Feet by 2J ; one, 5 Feet by 2 Feet 2 Inches; and one, 5 Feet by 2 Feet 4 Inches; one Six- Dozen Churn, three Pair of Milk Buckets, and Brewing and Dairy Utensils in general. ft= T The Sale will commence each Morning at Ten o'Clock; and the Crops, which may be taken off the Premises, will be sold the first Day.— Three Months' Credit will be given on approved Security. *** Forfurther Particulars, enquire of Mr. CHARLES SMITH, Weedon- Royal; or of Mr. JOSEPH ADAMS, Bugbrook. Northampton Field.— Growing Crop. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On Tuesday the 13th Day of August, 1805, at the Plumber's- Arms, in Sheep - Street, Northampton, at Four o'Clock jn the Alierpoon, RPHE following LOLS, now growing in NORTII- L A MPTON FIELD, in three Closes, near the Bull Inn, North- End, and in the Occupation of Mr. William Pointer:— Lot 1. 2 Roods of BARLEY. Lot 2. 3 Acres of BARLEY. Lot 3. 3i Acres of WHEAT. SPRATTON TURNIP SEED, GROWN BY THE REV. ROBERT CROWTHER. To be SOLD, ANY QUANTITY of RED and WHITE, and WHITE, at 6d. per Pound — Apply to JOSIAH HIGGS, of SPRATTON. fldT If Mr. Sharman had advertised in last Week's Paper his own Seed, at his own Price, without making any Remarks upon any other Person's, he would have acted'as a Man. Mr. C. fully expected the Attack, because he had given Offence to the Trade in not demanding the same extravagant Price as they did.— Mr. Sharman asserts, that old Seed can be v. ell cured: Granted. That is the very Thing Mr. C. wishes to guard the Public against, and whieh he asserts is the Cause of Crops coming up irregular, for, by a certain Process, old Seed can be made to appear as new; and whenever new Seed comes in, this Curing is instantly practised in order to trick the honest Farmer, who, by the Eye, cannot find out that old Seed is mixed with the new; but when sown, the Irregularity of his Crop will point out how many Years' Seed have been mixed. The new Seed comes up four Days before the old.— Mr. C. has, within the last Week, been furnished with the following Receipt, if Mr. Sharman's should be better, he will thank him for it:— A true and genuine Receipt to cure Turnip Seed, and to make that of one, two, and three Years old Growth, appear as bright as new. Procure some strong Yorkshire wooden Shoes, with which the- Seed must be well trodden, Care being taken that it is at least nine Inches thick on the Floor; then winnow it, and put one Bushel into a 5- Bushel Hair Sack, the Sack being first prepared as follows:— Apply as much fine Florence Oil to the Inside, as can be used without caking the Seed; then shake the Seed backwards and forwards for some Mi- nutes, and the old Seed shall appear as glossy as the new. DANCING. 1%/ TR. M'KORKELL, jun. has the Honour - 1- TJL respectfully to acquaint the Nobility and Gen- try, that his Father has resigned RUGBY SCHOOL in his Favour ( after an Attendance of upwards of 30 Years), and which he will in future attend. 83* Mr. M. at the same Time informs his Friends at NEWPORT- PA'; NH. L, and at BLITCHLEY ( the Rev. Mr. Midgley's / icadnny), that he is engaged tc attend the above Schools ; and assures them of the strictest Attention being paid to facilitate the Improvement of the Pupils intrusted to his Tuition. FINE CROPS, Novj growing in KINGSTHORPE FIELD. To be S O L D by AUG T I O N, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On Thursday the 15th Day of August instant, at Mr. Fitzhugh's, the Crown, in Kingsthorpe, near Northampton, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, rinVELVE Acres of WHEAT. JL 6 Acres ot DITTO. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ANDREW iJARDNER, Bv Order of the Executors of the late Mr. THOMAS ' D\ Y, Draper and Lace- Merchant, deceased, on the Premises, at FENNY- STRATFORD, in the County of Bucks, on Wednesday, August the 21st, and following Day ( and not on Saturday the 10th, as before advertised), miE genteel and useful HOUSEHOLD- FUR- L N1TURE, CHINA, GLASS, BREWING UTENSILS, STOCK of ALE, CASKS, & c.; con- sisting of Four- post and Field Bedsteads, with Printed Cotton, Dimity, and Check Furnitures; sea- soned Feather Beds, Mattresses, Blankets, and Coun- terpanes; Mahogany Dining, Card, Tea, and other Tables; Mahogany Parlour Chairs, Brass- nailed; Sofa; Pier and Swing Glasses; two Mahoganv Bu- reaus; two Eiglit- day Clocks, in Wainscot and Ja- panned Cases; Chest of Drawers; Kitchen Grate, and j Kitchen- Furniture in general; three Brewing Cop- : pers, Tubs, Casks, Sec.; Copper and Brass Pottage- Lot 1. 1. • J. 5 Acres ot BARLEY. 4. 2i Acres of MAS LIN. 5. 10 Acres of BARLEY, o. 7 Acres of OATS. 7. S Acres of BARLEY. 8. 10 Acres of OATS. fcT Tils Straw and Haum to be taken' off the Premises. Also, at the same Time, the KEEP of the said LAND until Michaelmas. • The above Crops, & c. are the Property of Mrs. SPREAKLEY, ot KINGSTHORPE aforesaid. N. B. Credit will be given on approved joint Security. Growing Crop and Farming- Stock. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On Friday the ltith of August, 1805 ( and not on Thursday the 15th, as before advertised), on the Premises, at MOULTON, near Northampton, \ BOUT TEN ACRES of OATS, and SIX TV ACRES of BARLEY, in Lots; also, two Waggons, one Cart, Harness for four Horses, one Cow, Cow- Cribs, two Pair Of Harrows, two Ploughs, and tWo Hog- Troughs; several sweet Iron- bound Casks ; with about 20 Lots of useful Household- Furniture, and sundry other Effects. ( p3" The Company is requested to meet the Auc- tioneer at the House late in the Occupation of Mr. Wm, Perrin, deceased, at Ten o'Clock, and proceed to Sale. LONDON, August 10. WI AT EVER hopes might have been enter- tained of a second action between Sir Robert Calder's fleet and the combined fleets of the enemy, they have been put an end to by the arrival of the Malta man of war. Sir Robert had learned nothing of the enemy from the 2Gth, when he lost sight of them. We are again animated, however, by the arrival of intelligence from Lord Nelson, brought by the \ Pickle schooner, which arrived at Plymouth on I Tuesday evening, with dispatches, dated in Tetuan Bay, on the ^ tith ult.— On the 22d of July, his Lordship, with thirteen sail of the line, arrived in Gibraltar Bay. In the course of that day he took on board a sufficiency of water, his stock of which was nearly exhausted, and immediately proceeded to Tetuan Bay, for the purpose of procuring fresh provisions. Having procured the necessary sup- plies, he sailed from Tetuan Bay on the 26tfi, and was cruizing off Cape St. Vincent on the 28th. We therefore again entertain the warmest hopes of his Lordship's falling in with the enemy. It is, indeed, difficult to imagine, how " they should 1 escape the pursuit made after them, unless they take some new course, quite different from what a fleet disabled in fight can be supposed to have done. It was reported, that his Lordship had formed a junction with Admiral Collingwood's squadron on the 29th; but, however probable, we believe no advices of the fact have bee • received. By a letter from, on board the Maris, it appears that Admiral Collingwond had only four sail of the line remaining with him off Cadiz, viz. Dread- nought, Colossus, Achille, and Mars; the Ra- millies and Illustrious having been dispatched for the West Indies; and the Minotaur, Tonnaut, j and Bellerophon, have gone into the Mediter- ' ranean with the Queen, on board of which ship Sir R. Bickerton had shifted his flag from the Royal Sovereign. We learn from the Diana packet, which is ar- rived at Falmouth with a mail from Lisbon, that on the 3d instant, in the latitude of Cape Finis- terre, she saw a great smoke to windward, sup- posed to proceed from ships engaged, particularly as on the preceding day the paoket passed through a quantity of floating articles, such as are usually thrown overboard by vessels clearing for an action; which, from these circumstances, we are led to hope has really taken place. GROWING CROPS. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On the Premises, at LITTLE- HOUGHTON and BRAFIE1. D- ON- THE- GREEN, near Northamp- ton, on Tuesday the 90th Day of August, 1805, 1 BOUT 15 ACRES of WHEAT, 17 ACRES of BE ANS, and 1 ACRE of BARLEY, which will be sold in Lots. tots', kettles, Earthenware, and various other useful i iT The Company is requested to meet the Auc- Articles- a neat Single- Horse Chaise, with a Head j tionser at the RCD- LION, at LITTLE- HOUCHTON, at and two Pair of Wheels to the same. j ' fen o'Clock in the Morning, and proceed to Sale. < t3T May be viewed the Morning before Sale, which 1 *.* Credit will be given, on approved Security, — ' -' ' until Christmas next. Will commence at Eleven o'Clock each Day. * The Rev. Edward Maltby, of Buckden, D. D. has appointed Mr. Willis, of Leighton- Bussard, solicitor, bis registrar for the peculiar and pre • bendal jurisdiction of I. eighton- Bean- Dessert, otherwise Leighton- Bussayl; and on which ap- pointment he has been admitted a Notary Public. On Sunday the 18th instant, a Charity Sermon will be preached at tlie Dissenting Chapel in Brigstock, in this county, for the support of the Sunday School at that place, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehead, of Creaton.— Service to begin at half- past two in the afternoon. Thursday came on the election of Magistrates of this Corporation for the year ensuing, when Thomas Armfield, Gent, was choscn Mayor, and Mr. William Brown and Mr. Thomas Gibbins, Bailiffs. Iii the evening an elegant entertainment was provided at the George Inn, where a large company assembled, consisting of the principal inhabitants of this town, the gayer part of whom, as usual, repaired to the assembly- room, to enjoy the pleasing and exhilarating pleasures of the dance. Could we stop here, it were well; but, alas! how soon was this festive joy turned into a state the most awful and solemn! It fell to the lot of this seemingly- happy company ( among whom were his own wife and daughter, a son and a daughter- in- law,) to witness their first Magistrate fall a lifeless corpse at their feet! Mr. Hayes, who, with much honour and credit, had filled the civic chair for near eleven months, exerted him- self this evening to render the occasion pleasing and satisfactory to all; his spirits were good, he felt happy, and seemed desirous to impart that feeling to others: when the ball commenced, he went down the first dance, and had joined iu the second, before the completion of which, however, he was seized with an apoplectic fit, and fell to rise no more. Medical assistance was imme- diately procured, but in vain, for all life was gone.— It is unnecessary to describe ( even if a description were possible) the feelings of the company present; they all soon afterwards dis- persed, and an universal gloom succeeded Mr. Hayes died in the 56th year of his age:— in private life he was beloved and esteemed; and, as a Magistrate, he had conducted himself with the utmost integrity, and manifested a zealousness in the performance of his duty. Yesterday an inquisition was taken on view of the body of the above Magistrate, before Samuel Holt, Gent. Coroner for this town, when the Jury returned for verdict— Died by the visitation of God. A very large stratum of coal, fifteen feet deep, has been discovered on the Earl of Moira's estate at Donington, by. which, we understand, the Lei- cestershire Canal shares have been doubled in their value. We are enabled, from the best authority, to state, that the question between Sir John Aubrey j and Dr. Croke, as to the right of White- Cross j Green, did not come on at the last Buckingham assizes; the question then decided being merely whether a road was in the parish of Boarstall, or in Studley.— Oxford Journal. Saturday last was' committed to the gaol of j this county, by the Rev. Thomas Fawcetr, Mary Lawrence, charged on suspicion of stealing four shirts and a quantity of peas, the property of Henry Cockerili, of Wapprnhjmi: and on Tuesday, by T- R- Thornton, Esq. Willuim Forney, charged on suspicion of stealing a shaft pole from a boat belonging to the Wolverhampton Boat Company. An inquisition was takrsi on the 30th ult. at Radcliffe, in the county of. Bucks, before Mr. Allen, a Coroner for that co^ nty^ on view of the body of Jonas Jackson, who was dro « ned white bathing in the river Ouse, on the day preceding. Verdict— Accidental dea'h. Last week a most melancholy accident happened in the neighbourhood of Coventry:— The only son of C. Lilly, Esq. of that city, observing a poor man, who had been fishing, in great danger of being lost, immediately plunged into the water to his assistance, and both of them, we are sorry to add, were unfortunately drowned. Thus unhap- pily perished a courageous youth in the humane and laudable . act of attempting to preserve^ he life of a fellow- creature! The bodies were found in about twenty minutes, and every means used to restore animation, but without effect. said, he understood the defendants had acknow - ledged the offence for which they stood indicted, and as the plaintiffs wished only for the privilege of worshipping God in their own way, and did not by these proceedings press for a vindictive judg- ment on the parties, but merely desired to secure the uninterrupted enjoyment of their deletions, he was glad the Court was not likely to be detained by entering into it.— Upon these observations the Counsel for the defendants said, that Hititon and his associates were sensible of tlie impropriety of their conduct, & nd consented to a. verdict ot'guilty being recorded, the Solicitor for the prosecution having agreed that the defendants should not be brought up for judgment unless in case of future ill behaviour. The Learned Judge then said, he hoped this case would operate as a sufficient warn- ing and preventive of all disorderly proceedings of the sort in future: it was to be observed, that persons engaged in religious worship, were not to • be disturbed whilst so engaged, however others might differ from them in opinion as to the pro- priety of the mode of that worship. At the same assizes a question was tried between landlord and tenant, on the mismanagement of a farm. It was stated, that, in consequence of the | improper course of husbandry adopted by the de- fendant, a farm nf neai ly 400 acres, which he holds under the plaintiff at Hunger ton cum Wyville, had been deteriorated in value £. 500. After the Counsel for the plaintiff had stated the nature of the injury, and was proceeding to cail evidence, it was agreed, at the instance of Mr. Baron Thompson, that this cause should be referred to Francis Brown, Esq. of Welbourn, who is to- be at liberty to award and direct for whom and for what sum of money the verdict in this cause shall be finally entered; the costs of the cause to abide the event of the award; and the costs of the reference, and also the costs of the Special Jury, to be at the discretion of the arbitrator. At Nottingham, George Taylor, alius Georae Heald, for house- breaking, and William Ragg, for perjury, were each sentenced to seven years transportation. At. Derby, John Titnmonds, James Warhurst, and Richard Smith, were severally convicted of house- breaking; the former received sentence of of death, and is left for execution;, and the two latter were both sentenced to seven years trans- portation. At Leicester, Mathias Smart, convicted of sheep- stealing, received sentence of death; Ann Smith, charged with the murder of her bastard child, was acquitted; and Susannah Wright, for stealing wool, was sentenced to a month's impri- sonment and fined Is. At Oxford, James Bedwin was sentenced to ba transported for seven years, for stealing a silver w. atch, the property of Mr. Gorge Leggin, of Hertford College. At Buckingham, James and Will- am Stares were convicted of grand larceny, anil sentenced to be transported seven years.— James Stares had been a shopkeeper at Stony- Stratford a great many years, and possessed considerable estates there. The prosecutor ( who was also a grocer of the same place) having had his warehouse repeatedly robbed, watcbed one night in a place over the warehouse, when, on observing a light underneath, he dis- covered the prisoner James Stares, and Ins nephew William Stares, filling a sack out of a sugar cask, and immediately secured them. At Bedford, James Hite was convicted of sheep- stealing, and received sentence of death, but was reprieved before the Judge left the town. At Huntingdon, Jean Nicholas Dcschamps, a French prisoner of war, was found guilty of forging several one- pound notes, to imitate those of the Bank of England; and Jean Roubillard, another French prisoner of war, was convicted of uttering several counterfeit one- pound notes; and both received sentence of death. At Cambridge, the only prisoner tried was Richard Willis, against whom four bills of indict- ment were found, for robbing Messrs. Marsh and Sons, of Cambridge, carriers, of a large quantity of woollen, used for lining collars, he being in their employ as a journeyman harness- maker; upon the first of which he was convicted, and immediately sentenced to be transported for seven years. The learned Judge ( Grose), on passing sentence upon the prisoner, expatiated upon the enormity of the offence, which was, he said, much aggravated by his being of necessity con- fidentially entrusted with his master's property; and stated, that offenders like him, on conviction, must expect to meet with the severest sentence of the law. — t,-.— HUNTINGDON RACES. Tuesday, August 6. £ Two. mile heats. Mr. Ehves's b. f. Maiden, 4 vrs old .. 5 3 J Mr. Stapleton's g, f. by Delpini, 3 yrs old i 1 1 Mr. Andrew's b. c. Fathom, Syrsold .. 123 Mr. Williams's g. c. Blue Bell, 3 yrs old 4 4 dr Mr. Brown's b. c. by Magic, 3yrs old.. 3 dr Wednesday, August 7. £. 50, for i- yeai- olds, &' c. Mr. Fisher's b. m. ' two Shoes, 4yrs old ... 1 2 I Sir Charles Banbury's Eleanor, aged 2 1 Mr. Elwes's b. f. Maiden, 4 yrs old 3 3 1. 2. dr PRICE OF Bank Stock 180i 180 3 per Ct. Red. 3 per Ct. Cons. 4 per Ct. Cons. 5 per Ct. Navy 58HI 57 « • 761 89 UHI STOCKS. Imp. 3 per Cents. 884 India Stock . 180J India Bonds . sh. Exc. Bills Idis. lpr. Omnium . Si pr. Corn- Exchange, London, Friday, August 9. The supply of Wheat on hand is rather considerable, principally the late arrivals of Foreign; and a few more came in to- day. The weather for the harvest being promising, we have very few buyers of Gram in general at present prices, expecting a reduetion. ' To- day Wheat is rather cheaper, as are Barley, Malt, and Peas, which have scarce any buyers. ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. At the assizes at Oakham, Mr. Baron Thompson handsomely eulogized the whole population of Rutlandshire, on the circumstance of the gaol not presenting a single prisoner for trial; and expressed a hope that the patriotic and praise - worthy exertions of the magistrates, for the preservation of public peace and morality, would continue to make the county an example which the whole country must be proud of and derive benefit from. At tbe assizes for the county of Lincoln, James Skelton, for stealing a horse from Threekingham, and Robert Scaitli, for stealing a cow from Ciaxby, were severally found guilty and received sentence of death, but were reprieved.— Wm. Fairbanks, found guilty of manslaughter, in killing Wm. Pools, of Surfleet, was fined Is. and discharged. — James Nicliolls, charged with the wilful murder of James Brothwell, at Slcaford, was acquitted. At tbe above assizes, an indictment was tried, the King v. Hinton and otkers, for a riot and assault instigated and committed by the defend- ants upon William Harrison, a member of the Methodist Society. Upon the cause being called « sj, Mr. Serjeant Vaughan, for the pro^ ecutio;;. OXFORD RACES. Tuesday, August 6. A cup cf 100gj. value, by sub- scribers of 1. each, 4 miles. Mr. Fenwick's b. f. Miss Coiner, 4 yrsold ... 1 Mr. Kellernian's ch. m. Mary, 5 yrs old i Mr. Ketlerujari's Alaric, 3 yrs. old 3 The plate was not run for, for want of hoises. Wednesday, August ' 7. Sweepstakes of 10gi. each, for hunters, 4 miles. Lord F. A. Spencer's ch. g. Sylvanus, 6 yrs old, walked over. The same day, £. 50, fir 3- yr. and i- yr.- olds, SV. two- mile heats. Mr. Abbey's b. f. Virgin, 4 yrs old 1 1 Mr. Fenwick's'b. g. Eunuch, 4 yrs. old 2 dr NOTTINGHAM RACES. Tuesday, August 6th. His Majesty's plate of 100 gs. Mr. Acker's Newcastle - 1 1 Mr. Morris's Tornado - 4 2 Mr. Harris's Sir Rowland ,-- 2 dr Mr. Peveral's Damper 3 dr The same day, £. 50, given by the Members for the cMnty, added to a sweepstakes of 5gs. Mr. Sitwelps Goose- Cap 1 1 General Grosvenor's Skirmisher ..- 9 2 Mr. Stagg's Maid of Islington dr The £ .50 plate on Wednesday, was won by Mr. Clifton's Josephina, at two heats, beating Mr. Peve- ral's Damper. The same day the hunters' sweepstakes of lOgs. eaeh, was won by Lord F. Bentick's Lothario. . —— Q3" Several advertisements, not of a temporary nature, which came too late, are unavoidably post, poned till next week. PRICE of CORN per Quarter at Northampton, SatuTday,' August 10. Wheat, 99s. to 110s. Od. Rve, 63s. Od. to 67s. Barley, 54s. Od. to 57s. Od. Oats, 32s. 0d. to 35s. Od. J. GRAFTON, Inspector. Beans, 50 . M. to 52 . 6d. Peas, 00s. Od. to 00a. d, By the Standard Measure. LIST of FAIRS,' from August 12 to August 24, . within the Circuit of this Paper. M. Aug. 12. Warwick, Dunstable, ' and Lough'orough. T. 13. Banbury. Th.—- 15. Highau.- Ferrers. w. 21. Qundle, Rugby% ft bun*/, Btajn d, and Deddingtcn. S, I— 2- L T'DTINJFTCN. __ - I I ns vOigoMNET ON A SWEDISH COTTAGE, ( From CARR'S " Northern Summer.") iIF. RE, far from all the pomp Ambition seeks, M ich sought, but only whilst untasted, prais'd, Coot! nt and Innoccnce, with roseate-, cheeks,__ iinjoy the simple shed their hands have rais'd. On a grey rock it stands, = wimse fretted base .. The distant cat'ract's- murm'ring waters lave, Whilst o'er its grassy roof, with varying grace. The slender branches ot the white birch wave. Behind the forest fir is heard to sigh, On which the pensive ear'delight. s to dwell; And as the gazing stranger passes by, • This grazing goat looks round and rings his bell. Oh! in m" native land, ere life's decline, May such a spot, so wild, so sweet, he mine. To Tanners. To he L E T T, An: l entered ou immediately, or at Michaelmas next, ATAN- YARD, in full Work, capable of containing 1500 Hides, with a convenient eligible Dwelling- House, all necessary Outbuildings, and six or seven Acre:, of l and, situate at BRACK EE Y, in tne Count-, of Northampton; together with a large Supp.'. of Country Goods.— Also, a MALT- HOUSE adjoining, that w 11- retail 500 Quarters of Malt annu- al^ to constanC'and regular Customers, without any extra Carriage more than is usual in the Tanning Business. ( pr BRACK LEY is situated in an exceeding good Bark Country, seven Miles from Buckingham and eight from Banbury, both large Market Towns, and from which there are navigable Canals to London and most Parts of. the Kingdom. % « • Enquire of Messrs. ARNOLD & GOODMAN, Braciiley; or Mr. FINNISH, Tanner and Factor, Long- Lane, Southwark, Surrey. " 7 R•., CTORY7N OXFO RDSIHRE. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, rpiIL NEXT PRESENTATION to a valuable .1. and very desirable RECTORY, situated about twenty Miles from Oxford. KT The Parsonage and Premises, m every Respect commodious and handsome, are in exceedingly good Condition, and the Land appropriated in Lieu ot Tytltes is particularly convenient for Occupation by the Incumbent.— Upon proper Considerations, In- terest will be allowed upon the Purchase. Money till Possession be obtained, ' *.* Particulars may be had at the Chambers ot 1 HOM AS GRAHAM, Esq. Lincoln's- lnn, London; and of Messrs. CUURCHILAS IX FIELD, Soucitors, Deddington, C Ixfordshire. HORSES SUPPOSED TO be STOLEN, y ilKRKAS JOSEPH SWIFT, late of TINGE- 7 V WICK, in the County of Bucks, Labourer, indicted by the Name of JOSEPH HA LL, and acquitted, at the last Bedford Assizes of having stolen a Mare, the I'r jp. rty of John Serjeant, of Dogthorpe, near Peterborough, was this Day committed to Aylesbury Gaol, on Suspicion of having stolen a Poney, the Property ot James Steeden, of Tingewick, in the County ot Bucks, Farmer: And whereas the said JOSEPH SWIFT, alias HALL, had, at the Time of his Commitment, three Horses in his Possession, ot which he has not given a satisfactory Account to the Magis- trates: NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN, That the said Horses arc now to be viewed at the Crown, kept by John Hadland, in Buckingham; and that any Person who has lost Horses, answering to the Description hcreunder- mentioned, are requested to apply by Letter, Post- paid, to Mr. MILLER, At- torney at 1 aw, in Buckingham. The following is a Description of the Horses .— One BAY HORSE PONEY, aged, 13 Hands 1 Inch high, Hog Mane, bruised on each Side of the Shoulder, a few grey Hairs, Saddle Marks on the Back, cut Tail and thick in the Dock, witn a Spavin on the off Leg behind; said by Switt to have been bought by him at Stamford, in Lincolnshire, out of a Welch Drove. One BROWN MUZZLE HORSE PONEY, six Years old, 11 Hands ili Inches high, a small Star in ti. e Forehead, white Hair on the near Foot behind, .1 white Saddle Mark on the near Side, cut Tail, and Hog Mane; said by Swift to have been boueht by him at Whitchurch, in Kent, from a Man unknown. Oneother BROWN MUZZLE HORSE PONEY, 12j Hands high, aged, cut Tail, long in the Dock, the Hair lately cut off, very grey, and surfeited about the Neck, a little White on the upper Lip, a long thick Mane, and a few grey Hairs round the Inside of the fetlock Joint of each Foot; said by Swift to have " bear, bought by him from a Higgler unknown to him, near Brighton Barracks. F;. J" The said JOSEPH SWIFT is aged35 Years, five Feet five Inches high, with fresh Complexion, b! « c! t Eyes, dirk- brotfli Kair, and Whiskers rather sandy; his Dress consists of a light Fustian Frock, a plaided dark Swansdown Waistcoat, dark Velveteen Breeches, brown Tan- Leather Gaiters, and Shoes tied: And it appears that he has been at Salisbury, Mclksham, and other Places in the West of England, in June last; and at Peterborough, Stamford, and other Places in that Neighbourhood, the first Week, in July last. jer the Wind, Cholic, Fluxes, and other Disorders of the Bowels. DALBY'S CARMINATIVE, CAUTION. MANY counterfeited Preparations of this . Mcdicinc having been offered for Sale, under specious Pretences, all Persons are requested not to take any, unless they observe that the Name, " F. Newbcry, No. 45, St. Paul's," is engraved in tile Stamp, and that in the Bill of Directions round each Bottln is au EXTKACI from the WILL of the lute Mr. JOSEPH DALBY, tiz. " Whereas I did many Years since in struct my Daughter Frances, now the Wife ot Anthony Gel!, of North- Street, Westminster, Gentleman, in the Art of'compounding a certain Medicine, of which I am the sole Inventor, called Dalby'S CARMINATIVE1 : I do hereby constitute and appoint my said Daughter the sole Preparer of this useful Medicine. I like- wise give to my said Datighter, Frances Gell, my sole Property in the said CARMINATIVE, aitd all Profits arising from the Sale.. thereof, to her and her Heirs for ever." It is sold only by F. NIWBIRY Se SONS, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard, a few Doors from the Corner of Cheapside, London, Price Is. 9d. a Bottle, Duty, included. Sold also.' by their Appointment, by Dicey & Sutton, J. Edge, and W. Marshall, Northampton. To the Afflicted with Scurry, & e. ( Sc. To Mr. J. LIGNUM, Surgeon, MANCHESTER. • Si p* rpiIE great Pre- eminence your excellent Anti- .1 , scorbutic Drops have so justly acquired, easily ac- counts for the daily increasing Demand for them in this Town and Neighbourhood. I have the Pleasure of communicating to you. another surprising Cure, effected by tlie sole Use of your Drops. HANNAH BRADBURN, Daughter of M. Bradburn, of this Town, was most violently afflicted with a scorbutic Complaint all over her Body, which . in manv Parts had degenerated into large corrupt Ulcers, which were daily increasing, notwithstanding the various Kinds of Medicines she had taken, all of which were of no Use, till she was recommended to take your Drops; five small Bottles of which, how- ever wonderful it may appear to the Public, removed every Symptom of her Complaint, and she is now restored to perfect Health ; and, for the Good of the Public, desires her Case nuy be published in wHat Manner you please. ( Signed) HANNAH BRADBURN. Attested by Pr rm MAonocK, Iionmonger. Norih'. vich, 20th Auguifi 1804. ( jThese Drops are sold in moulded square Bot-. ties, at. Us. and.- is. fid.— One lis. Bottle is equal in Quantity to three Is. 6d.* or, es. They may be had, Wholesale and Retail, at Mr. LICNUM'S, NO. 57, Bridge- Street," Manchester; and, by Appointment, of Howard « -, jfc* ans, 42, Long- Lane,' Wcst- Smithfield; Dicey Se Co. Bow, Church- Yard ; Barclay & Son, 95, Fleet- Market; . Shaw Se E'dwards, 66. St'. Paul's. Church- Yard; Butler," 4', Che. ipside; ' and Newbery te Sons, 45, St. Paul's Chitreh- Yard, London'; and Retail of Dicey\ v'Srt « orr,'' Northampton- Greet!" & Taylor, AmpthiU; Gardner, Biggfcsy/ ade; Paigrave, Bedford"; Bccslty,' Banbury; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry j'Ridge, Newark; Inwood J* ewpoVt- I'agnell; Too'iey ,' OundIe: Jacob, Peterborough; Wilcox, Tow. cestef • Ratil, St; I'fe ; Jenkinsonvilmitingdon; Collis Sr Dash, and Mimn, Kettering;.' Tuck'& Mather, WeHntjbOrbugh;-; Darton,. ilitchin ; Slthson, Hert- ford ; and. uf the principal Venaftgi ef'tenuincMcdi- eiiies in eht United Kingdom. ' ~ FINAL NOTICE to the DEBTORS of CHARLES ALLEN, tide of MAUKET- HAHBOROUC. H, in the County of Leicester, Surgeon, deceased, f | " MIOSE Persons who have not discharged their » Debts owing to the Estate of tile above- mentioned CHARLES ALLEN, pursuant to Notice for that Purpose from the Executors, inserted in this Paper in the Month of November last, are requested to pay the same to the Rev. Thomas Reynolds, of Little- Bowden, in the County of Northampton ; or to Mr. Adams, of Market- Harborough aforesaid, two of tha Executors, without further Delay, that they may be enabled forthwith finally to settle their Executorship Accounts, the Testator having been deceased upwards of twelve Months. Market. Harborough, 30th July, 1805. AL L Persons indebted to the Estate of Mr. THOMAS DAY, late of FENNY- STRATFORD, Bucks, Lace- Merchant and Shop, keeper, deceased, are requested to pay their respective Debts to his Executors, Mr. John Day, of Stony- Stratford, Mr. Edward Morris, of Great- Brickhill, or Mr. Cooch, of Newport- Pagnell; and all Persons having an£ Claim upon the said Estate, are desired to deliver an Account thereof to either of the said Executors, in order that the same may be examined and discharged. A BROWN'S BANKRUPTCY. WHEREAS a Commission of Bankrupt, bear- ing Date at Westminster, the 3d Day of this instant July, is awarded and issued forth against WILLIAM BROWN, of HOLCOTT, in the County of Northampton, Woolcomber and Shopkeeper, and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or to the major Part of them, on the NINETEENTH and TWENTIETH Days of JULY instant, and on the TWENTY- FOURTH Day of AUGUST next, at Eleven o'Clock irt the Forenoon of each of the said Days, at the House of FRANCIS OSBORN, known by the Name of the PEACOCK INN, in the Town of NORTHAMPTON, in the County of North- ampton, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to choose Assignees, and at the last Sitting tlie S2id Bankrupt is required to finish his Examination, and the Creditors are to assent to, or dissent from, the Allowance of. bis Certificate.— All Persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or who have any of his Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint; but give Notice to Mr. JOHN NEWTON GOODHALL, At- torney at Law, Wellingborough. HENRY BARNE SAWBRIDGE, WM. TR. SMYTH, RD. HOWES. To the PROPRIETORS of ESTATES in the Pa- rishes and. Hamlets . of IVIKGHOE and PIOHTI. ES- THORNE, in the County of Bucks. AMEETING of the PROPRIETORS of ESTATES in those Parishes, is intended to be holden at the KINO'S- ARMS INN, at IVINGHOE, Bucks, on WEDNESDAY the 28th of AUGUST next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, to take into Consi- deration the Expediency of applying to Parliament for Leave to bring in a feill for inclosing, or allotting and dividing the several open and uninclosed Common Fields in the said Parishes and Hamlets; at which Meeting the several Proprietors are requested to givp their Attendance. WILL. HAYTON. 27th J. u( y, 1805 ( Stocks- House, HempsteJ- Bag.) WHEREAS a scandalous and infamous Report has very recently arisen and been publicly cir- culated in the Parish and Neighbourhood of PADBUX Y, in the County of Bucks, which, if misunderstood, maybe productive of serious InjurytoMr. WILLIAM WRIGHT, Master of the Academy at that Place: Now, I, WILLIAM TOMPKINS, the Younger, of Pad- bury aforesaid. Dealer, do hereby deny the Truth of such scandaloifs and infamous Report, and publicly acknowledge and confess that it was owing to my Imprudence that such Report originated; and that, in Consequence thereof, no Blame or Imprudence can be imputed or attached to the said Mr. Wright, or to any one of his Family concerned iii the Said Academy; and do also acknowledge myself sorry tor such my Imprudence and Misconduct, and humbly beg Pardon of Mr. Wright tor the same.— Witness my Hand, at Padbury aforesaid, this 25th Day of July, 1805, WILLIAM TOMPKINS. LOCKYER's Antibilious 8$ Antiscorbutic Pills. FARM S, WITH POSSESSION AT I. ADY- 3AY NEXT. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Very desirable FREEHOLD FARM; con- taining 90 Acres, more or less, of particularly useful Land, properly divided, the Fences good, with an excellent Barn, " Ox- Stalls, Hovels, Sec. It is situated in' the Parish of LITTLE- TEW, in the County of Oxford, and adjoining the Turnpike- Road leading from Chippingnorton to Banbury; being four Miles from the former and eight from the latter, both Market Towns. The Farm is well watered, and con- tains excellent Stone for Building. Also, a very desirable FREEHOLD FARM, called COI. TSCOMR, separated from the ^ bove by the Turnpike- Road abovemcntioned; containing 72 Acres, more or less, of very useful Land, properly divided ; and an excellent Barn, Stable, Hovel, & c. It is well watered, and the Fences are good, and there is a strong Quarry of Lime- Stone on the Premises. jpr The above Farms are Tythe- free, and Possession may be had at Lady- Day next; and the Tenants may enter at St. Thomas next, to winter- plough such Lands as in the Course of Tillage require it. *** A considerable Part of the Purchase Money mav remain on Mortgage. N. B. For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. CHURCHILL & FIELD, Solicitors, Deddington, Ox- fordshire; or to Mr. TIMOTHY WEST, at Swerford, who will shew the Premises. JAMES's BANKRUPTCY. rrtllE Creditors of BENJAMIN JAMES, of - fi. the Town of NORTH AMPTON, Bootmaker, Shoe- maker, Dealer and Chapman, a Bankrupt, may receive a further Dividend of One Shilling and Four- Pence in the Pound, on their respective Debts proved, by ap- plying to Messrs. MARRIOTT & Co. Bai. rfers, in NORTHAMPTON, any Day after Monday the 19th of August instant. Northampton, 3d August, 1805. DUNSTABLE, 7th Aug. 18u5. ALL Persons who have any Claim or Demand . on the Estate and Effects of the late NASSAU SMITH, Esq. of DUNSTABLE, Beds, deceased, and have not delivered in their Accounts, arc requested to send tyi Account thereof to Mr. David Foulerton, Maltster, Market - Street, Herts; or Mr. George Scriven, Draper, Dunstable, Executors to the De- ceased, on or before the 20th Instant.— And all Per- sons who stand indebted to the said Estate, are re. quested to pay the same to the said Mr. George Scriven previous to the 20th Instant; after which Time the Creditors may, on Application to the said Mr. George Scriven, receive the Amount of their respective De- mands. BALM OF GILEAD. are afflicted in the following nistered them in a great Variety of Cases both among Rich and Poor, and established their Reputation beyond any other public Medicine of that Time. They resist Bile and all Obstructions of the Spleen and Liver, which, unremovtd, corrupt the- Blood, from whence flow numerous Diseases, as Pains in the Head, Trem- blings, Palpitations of the Heart, Swooning; Vertigo, Hysterics, See. & c. ; they destroy Worms, cure the Scurvy, Gout, Leprosy, Black and Yellow Jaundice, Overflowing of the Gail, Gravel, King's Evil, Fis- tulas, Piles, Sec. Sec. Messrs. Dicey and Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, by Appointment of the Proprietors, are the only Whole- sale Venders; they are sold Retail by Dicey Se Co. Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Daven- trv ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Tuck, and Mather, Wellingborough; and by every Vender ot Medicines in the United Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. a Box, with full Directions. IT'L* Observe that the Name of " M. WATSON," one of the Proprietors, is signed in the Bills of Di. rections.— All others are Counterfeit. CORDIAL FET those who J Manner, reflect on theC< « je that produced such Havoc upon- the " wholesome Appetites and Powers of Life"— disordered Stomach, dry Cough, Weakness in the Voice, Hoarseness, Shortness of Breath upon the least Exercise, and Relaxation of the whole Sys- tem. Those afflicted with Paleness, Languor of the Eyes, or Weakness of Sight or Memory, should take Time to consider Linnaeus's Advice, that " Youth is the important Period for framing a robust Constitu- tion," and that " Nothing is to be dreaded so much as premature Excess." The Foundation of a happy old Age is a good Constitution in Youth; Temperance and Moderation at that Age are Passports to happy grey Hairs. Nothing can be better described than in the Words of Armstrong— " For want of timely Care Millions have died of medicable Wounds." For such as these, then, this healing Balm is suitable. — Complaints stifled under the caineleon, Appellation of Nervous and Consumptive, are its proper Climax— the one it will eradicate, the other will be cured by its Influence.— The CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD has produced more Good in this Country, than any Medi. cine since the Formation of a Mateiia Medica. Prepared by Dr. SOLOMON, Gilead- House, near Liverpool, in 10s. 6d. and 33s. Bottles; fhe latter contain four of fhe former, by which the Purchaser saves nine Shillings. Every genuine Bottle has a Stamp which bears the Proprietor's Name and Address, ' 1 Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is Felony. Double Postage of- all Letters to Dr. Solomon, Li- verpool, must be paid, and . his Fee of 10s. 6d, in- closed tor Advice. Sold Wholesale and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, also Retail by " Marshall, and Edge, North-' ampton; Collis &. D% sfi,. at) d M'utm, Kettering; Dawson, and. Harrod, Harborough; Marriott, Ban- bury ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester j; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony-& tratfor- d; Edge, and Tuck and Mather, Wellingborough,; Robins, ? nd Wilkinson, Daventry; Okely, and Smith, Bed- ford; Fox, St. Neots; Barringer, and Iiiwood, New- port- Pagnell; Swinfcn, Leicester; by the Printers of the Country Newspapers ; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, Sec. ir. every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety, of authentic Documents noted therein. Of whom may be had, The ANTI - IMPE1TG1NES, or SOLOMON'S DROPS, for purifying the Blood,- and restoring the System when impaired by the imprudent Use oj Mtr. lury, have been found the great and only Restorer 6f Health and Vigour in Disorders where Salivation has repeatedly failed.— Price 10s. 6d.— Family Bottles 33a. The ABSTERGENT LOTION, 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 to HEALTH.— Price- 3s. KEN GSUTTON INCLOSURE. WHEREAS the Commissioners appointed for putting in Execution an Act of Parliament passed in the 44th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intituled, " An Act " for inclosing Lands within and belonging to the " Manors and Parish of Kingsutton, in the County of " Northampton," did not, at their last Meeting, in Consequence of some unforeseen Circumstance, exe- cute their Award, although they had advertised that they should then execute it: Notice is hereby given, That the said Commissioners will hold 3 special General Meeting, at the House of ARCHIBALD FAIR- BAIRN, called the RED- I. ION INN, in BANBUAV, in the County of Oxford, on MONDAY the 19th Day of AUGUST next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon of the same Day, and at such Meeting will read over and execute their Award, in the Presence of the Pro- prietors," or such of them as may attend the said Meeting, By Order of the Commissioners, BIGNELI. & WYKHAM, Cierte. Banbuty, 30th July, 1805. HOCKLIFFE ROAD. V'OTIC'E is hereby given, That the TOLLS J-' arising at the Toll- Gate upon the Turnpike- Road leading from Hocklitte, in the County of Bed. ford, to Stony- Stratford, in the Countv of Bucks, called the HOCK L. I FFE GATE, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the WHirr.- LION INN, in LITTLE- BRICKHILL, on MONDAY the 12th Day ot AUGUST next, according to the general Turnpike Act; which Gate produced the last Year, clear of the Charges of collecting, the Sum of .£. 511, and will be put up at such Sum as the Trustees shall think fit.— Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must at the same Time pay down a Deposit ot £. 50, and give such Security for Payment of the Rent as the Trustees present shall direct. By Order of the Trustees, THOMAS EWESDIN, Clerk. Stony. Stratford, 9tb July, 1805. J. BRANSCOMB Co. Joint Contractors for the two last Lotteries, and J? ro- . prietors of the lucky Offices, No. 11, HoLnoRN, and S7, CORNHIU., BEG Leave to return their most grateful Thanks to tile Public for the great Partiality shown them in the last and former Lotteries, and agaih solicit their Favours in the present Lottery, at either of the above Offices; where the following Capital Prizes have been sold, shared, and registered, prior to the Lottery for 1B04, namely, 4 Prizes of .30,000 To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Either together or in Lots, WITHIN FOUR MILES OF LEICESTER, AVery desirable compact Freehold ESTATE; consisting of a neat House, in good Repair, with attached and detached Offices, fit for the Recep- tion of a genteel Family, anda most excellent Gatden, walled in, and covered with the choicest Fruit Trees; also, about 50 Acres of ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, adjoining thereto, divided into several convenient Closes, in a high State of Culti- vation; the Whole ornamented with Plantations, and well fenced. For further Particulars, apply at the Office of Messrs. KINC, COOI; E, Se KINC, Solicitors, Lei- cester; where a Plan of the Estate may be seen. fiiSPTEStUiER STATE- LOTTERY. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, & Co. of Bank Buildings, Cornhill, and facing the Gate of the King's Mews, Charing- Cross, London, respect- fully beg l. eave to recommend to the Notice of the Public the superior Merits of the present STATE- LOTTERY. The Scheme, consisting of Twenty- five Thousand Tickets only, has 3 Prices of = 6.20,000 3 of .... 10,000 3 - of 5,000 with a great Proportion of other Capitals, See. tec.; also the three thousand first- drawn Blanks will be en- titled to ^. 10 each, making 7,619 Benefits. Tickets and Shares are now on Sale at the Licensed Offices of RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, & Co. a 11 15 20 54 20,000 10,000 5,000 y, ooo 1,000 ever shared. and the only Prize of =£. 5000 No. . And in 1804, 9219, shated in 4, i, J, and 2- lSths ,£. 20,000 11,643, shared in i, J, and 6- 16ths 20,000 76S6, shared in 2- 4ths and 8- 16: is 20,000 456, shared in i, J, and 6- 16ths 20,000 13,747, shared in 16.16ths 10,000 _ were all sold at the above lucky Offices', besides several' =£. 2000, £. 1000, =£. 500, See. Sec. and where Tickets and Shares are now selling; and also by Mr. BIRDS ALL, LICENSED for NORTHAMPTON, by whom several Shares of the above Capitals have been Sofd and registered. The" Lottery begins drawing the 30th of Sep. tember, 1805; and the Blanks drawn for the three first Days will be entitled to 4- 10 each, as particularized in the general Scheme; therefore an early Purchase is recommended. A fresh Supply just received by the PRINTERS of this Paper. THE TKVLY GENUINE DE. NORRlS'S DROPS, pOR FEVERS, COUGHS, COLDS, and all - 1. DIS O R D E RS of the STO M A C H & BO W ELS, have " THOMAS NORRIS MOORE." engraved in the Stamp xound each Bottle. gCs" This mast important Caution seriously con. cerns all who value Life and Health, as strange Mix. tures are at this Time hawking over ihe Empire, in Bottles, and Directions copied from Ur. Norris's, for the base Purposes of Imposition. N. B, All without this Stamp and Name must be counterfeit; and wherever such are offered for Sale, please to send Particulars per Post to Dr. Norris's, No. 29, Lower Brook - Street, Gfosvenor. Square, London, that the Public may be advertised thereof. EASE FROM LAMENESS AKD PAIN, IN A FEW HOURS. rpilE BRITISH OINTMENT for CORNS, - 1- prepared by W. NAY LOR, 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 Ease 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 Afflicted- 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 Se Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; also by Dicey Se Co. Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Daventry ; Wilcox, and Gtdlafd, Towcester; Tuck & Mather, Welling- borough ; and by one Medicine Vender in every M; ff- ket Town, - Price &. 6d. Duty included. _ _ v - • VA CTS. IT is a Truth weil known and attested, that Dr. BRODUM's. NERVOUS CORDIAL and BOTANICAL SYRUP alone are resorted to by the principal Nobility and Gentry, who acknowledge them to be the only certain Remedy in nervous, de- bilitated, and consumptive Complaints. Tlif Virtues of these excellent Medicines have been tried with " unexampled Success, and stood the Test of Years, as appears in the Pamphlets delivered gratis. Tile BOTANICAL SYRUP and RESTORATIVI N » R- vous CORDIAL to be had at the House, No. 9, Al- bion- Street, Surrey Side of Blackfriars Bridge, in Bottles at £. l- 2s.— lis.— and 6s. Duty included. A. D. SWINTON, the Proprietor ( Son of Dr. Swinton, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London,) may be consulted from Ten till Three, or by Letter, containing the usual Fee. A Five Guinea Bottle contains six at 22s. Sold also by the PRINTXRS of this PAPER, and by the following Persons within the Circuit hereof, viz. Marshall, Northampton, and at his Shop in Harbo- rough ; Edge, Northampton, and at his Shops in Wellingborough and Towcester; Nixon, Leicester; Smith, Bedford; Jenkinsop, Huntingdon; Tookey, Oundle; Beale,' Thrapston ;; Collis Se Dash, iMunn, Kettering; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Tuck & Mather, - Wellingborough,; Jackson, Peterborough ; Newcomb, Printer, Stamford ; Wheeler, Aylesbury; Marriott, ' Banbury; Gallard, Towcester; and by most Booksellers and Medicine Venders in the three Kingdoms. BE DRAWN THE OJSLY LOTTERY TO THIS YEAR Begins SOth SEPTEMBER, 1305 SCHEME. Prizes of =£. 20,000 10,000 ' 5,000 2,000. • 1,1100 500 - loo 50 20 10 each 3 3 3 4 6 10 30 60 4,500 --- ' 3,000 lst- dru. Blanks s£. 60,000 30,000 15,000 8,000 6,000 5,000 8,000 3,000 So, 000 SO, 000 7,619 Benefits 17,381 Blanks 25,000 Tickets =£. 250,000 The first- drawn Ticket 5th Day =£. 10,000 " Ditto 6th Day 20,000 Ditto 7th Day 5,000 Are Part of the above Capitals. TICKETS AND SHARES ARE ON SALE AT ALL THE LICENSED LOTTERY- OFFICES. Price of a Ticket £. 19 3s. Half... =£'. 9 15 01 Eighth =£. 2 9 Quarter 4 18 01 Sixteenth 1 5 Fur Disorders of the Head, Dimness itf Sight, Defect of Heuring, < § - c. Tuf. CORDIAL CEPHALIC SNUFF. AS a Proof of its Efficacy, Mr. RICHARD THORN, of Itchen- Stoke, Hants, writes, in February, 1805, to the Proprietors as follows :— " 1 am now li Years old, and can see to read with, common Glasses, and my Memory is as good as when I was only 18. In July, 1776 ( 29 Years ago), I was seized with a dreadful Giddiness in my Head. My Doctor gave ine various Medicines: They did me no good. He admitted this, and candidly advised the- Use of your CEPHALIC SNUFF. I took it, and in a few Weeks was much better. After this I took it more freely, and in six Weeks was as well and hearty as ever, and so have continued to this Day." In Consequence of the increased Expence of the In- gredients of which this elegant and elficatious Snuff is composed, and the high Duty upon the Bottles, the Proprietors are under the Necessity of raising " the Price to Is. per Bottle, Stamp included. It is sold only by F. NEWBKRY & Sons, at the Warehouse for Dr. James's Powder, No. 45, in St. Paul's Church- Yard, London; andby B. C. COLLINS, at Salisbury; and none is genuine, unless the Words " F. Newbeiy, No. 45, St. Paul's," be engraved on'i the Stamp. Sold also, by their Appointment, by Dicey Sc Sutton, J. Edge, and W. Marshall, Northampton. To THOMAS TAYLOR, Et'j. No. 9, New Bridge- Street, Loudon. SIR, IConsider it but an Act of Justice due to the Merits of your LEAKE's PATENT PILLS, to communicate to you the following Cure, which has recently been performed by them:— An Acquaintance of mine, who, by the breaking out of an old Venereal Complaint ( attended by a Complication of Disorders arising therefrom), was reduced almost to a Skeleton, and although he had the best Medical Advice which could be obtained, and tried a Variety of Patent Me- dicines, Nothing could be procured which seemed to suit his Case, or to do him any Service: He remained in a most reduced and pitiable Situation for two Years, unable to follow his Profession, and scarcely able to walk or even to stand on his Legs; in tact, no one who knew him ever supposed it possible for him to recover. He was advised at last to try your LEAKE'S PILLS ; he did so, adhering strictly to the Directions given with them; he had not taken more than two Boxes before he found an Alteration for the better; this encouraged him to proceed, and by taking a few Boxes more he found bis Appetite and Strength gra- dually return, and is now as healthy and stout as any Man I know. You are welcome, Sir, to refer any Person to me for a Confirmation of the above Account if it should be doubted. I am, Sir, your obedient humble Servant, THOS. PURDAY. Library, Folkstone, July 10, 1S05. Prepared and sold by the sole Proprietor, THOMAS TAYLOR, Member of tile Royal College of Surgeons, in London, at his House, No. 9, New Bridge- Street; where, after a constant Residence of more than forty Years, in a Practice particularly directed to the Cure of Venereal Complaints, and those inci- dental to the Parts of Generation in both Sexes, with that inviolable Secrecy which Men of his Profession should always observe, he flatters himself the Advice and Assistance he gratuitously administers to Persons taking this Medicine, will be esteemed, by a discern- ing Public, as an Advantage seldom to be obtained, and void of Ambiguity. They are also sold, hy his Appointment, for the Convenience of those living at a Distance, by the Printers of this Paper, and Mr. Marshall, Druggist, Northampton; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Robins, and Wilkinson, Davenfry; Sharp,' Wanyick ; Rollason, Coventry; Gregory, Leicester; Harrod, Harborough ; Seeley, Buekingham; Loggin, Ayles- bury ; Knight, Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering ; Tuck Sc Mather, Wellingborough; Marriott, Banbury ; Tookey, Oundle; Billinge, Liverpool; Atkinson, Manchester; and by one Person in every considerable Town in Great- Britain and Ireland, in Boxes of only 2s. 9f. each, sealed up with full and plain Directions, whereby Persons of either Sex may cure themselves with Ease, Speed, Secrecy, and Safety. ( f3" Every Box sold in Great- Britain is sealed up with a Stamp, on which, by Favour of the Commis- sioners, is printed, at the Stamp- Office— T. Taylor, No. 9, New Bridge- Street— to imitate which is Felony, and all others are counterfeit. TOE ONLY STATE - LOITERS THIS YEAR, Begins Drawing 30( 4 SEPTEMBER. rT, HE Tickets, Halves, Quarters, Eighths, and I- Sixteenths, are now selling in great Variety of Numbers, and on the lowest Terms. The Money for Prizes paid on Demand, by HO HNS BY Co. Stock- Brokers, at their old- established State- Lottery. Office ( licensed pursuant to Act of Parliament, No. 26, CORNHHJ, Opposite the Royal- Exchange, London. & T Orders by Mail Guard, Carrier, or Pest, exe- cuted on the same Terms as if present. S E VE R N E~ s BLOOM OR WHITE CEPHALIC SNUFF. IN all Complaints of the Head, particularly the common Head- Ach, it gives immediate Ease; and at this Season, in particular, should be taken after Dinner, to prevent the ill Consequence of Drow- siness, too often experienced after a full Met, 1— The Injury common Snuff does to the, Head and Sto- mach, may be prevented by mixing a little of this wholesome Snutt' with it. In obstinate Nervous Complaints, Faintness, Lowness of Spirits, Wind in the Stomach, Fits of every Kind,- Hysterics, Palsy, Lethargy, and Rheumatic Complaints', not onlv tatan as a Snuff', but also mixed in any agreeable Liquor, and taken by the Mouth, its Efficacy has been asto- nishing in many thousand Instances, which cannot be said of any other SnuiFextant.— Price 2s. 3d. a Pottle. Sold Wholestdeby Dicey Se Co. Bow Church- Yard, and at their Warehouse in Northampton; and Retail hy Edge, Marshr. ll, and Edmonds, Northampton; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry: Sheppard, and Wilcox, Towcester; Tuck & Mather, Wellingborough; Collis Se Dash, Kettering; and by every Vender of Patent Medicines in the United Kingdom. — wtSWft^ wv"- At the last rout of the Duchess of DEVONSHIRE there was present a great number of beautiful women, one of whom in particular attracted the notice of tie whole assembly ; but it was remarked by one Gentle- man slfe had bad coloured teeth ; to this another hu- morously replied, she was beautiful in spite of her teeth. Of all the remedies yet introduced for this purpose, said a Lady of fashion present on this oc- casion, that she and a large circle of her acquaintance had found the greatest success from the use of BUTLER'S Restorative Tooth Powder, prepared from the recipe of the celebrated Dr. P. H. DIMSDALE, being entirely of a vegetable nature. It gives a proper Strength and firmness to the gums and teeth, as well as a beautiful whiteness, without injuring the enamel, which most other powders do; it also renders the lips delicately red, and removes any oflensive taint of the mouth. Sold at Mr. BUTLER'S, NO. 4, Cheapside, corner of Paternoster- row; and may be had of most Medicine Venders and Perfumers in every town, in boxes, at 2s. 9d. each. ° Their Graces the Ducliesses of Rutland and Leeds; the Right Hon. the Countesses ot Mount- Norris, Darnley, Shaftesbury, Cork, and Derby; the Right Hon. I. adies Spencer, Sherbourne, Capel, Boston, and Say and Sels; the Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, the Lord Chief Baron, and several other Noblemen and Physicians; having witnessed many extraordinary cares performed by Ching's Patent Iform Lozenget, haVe confirmed their approbation of the medicine by their honourable testimony to its peculiar efficacy in removing Worms, Convulsion Fits, Pains of the Head, Side, and Stomach; and other consumptive Complaints, Obstructions in the Liver, & c.— Sold by most medicine venders. BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. John Hennem, of the Lime- Kilns, East- Green- wicli, Kent, corn and coal- dealer, August 6, 17, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Flexney, Chancery- lane. Charles Lovelock, of Durham- street, Strand, Mid- dlesex, dealer in wine, spirits, and beer, AugHst 16, 17, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall. Attomies, Messrs. Williams and Sherwood, Austin- friars. William Smith, of Basing- lanc, London, ware- houseman, August 16,17, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Rutherford, Bartholomew- close. Thomas Hindle, late- of Pancras- place, Middlesex, bricklayer and plaisterer, August 6, 17, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Taylor, Tooke's- court, ^ Ciirshor- strcet. William Jackson, of Manchester, hat- lining- cutter, August 19, 20, - and Sept. 14, at the Bridgewater Arms, Manchester. Attornies, Messrs. Duckworth aiid Chippendall, Manchester. William. Himsworth, ot Walton, Yorkshire, corn- dealer, August 13, 14, and Sept. 14, at the Woalp. ick Inn; Hcrrbury. Attorney, Mr. Schoiefie! d( Horbury. John Kelly Graham, of Fowey-, Cornwall, mer- chant, August 26, 27, and Sept. 14, at the Ship Inn, Fowey, Attorney, Mr. Brown, Fowey. George Fletcher, of Worksopp, Nottinghamshire, dealer, August 13, 17, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Berry, Walbrook. John Newall, of Bristol, merchant,. August 8, IS, and Sept. 14, at the Bush Tavern,' Bristol. Attorney, Mr. Davis, Bristol. Thomas. Herbert, of Dqwgafe- hill, London, mer- chant, August 6, 13, and Sept. 14, at Guildhall. At- tornies, Messrs. T. C. and C. Jackson, Walbrook. John Copp and Robert Walker, of Stratford, Essex, calico- printers, August- 6, 13, and Sept. 14, at Guild- hall, London. Attorney, Mr. Roach, Nicholas- lane, Lombard- street. William Wing, now or late of Stamford, Lincoln- shire, victualler and, innkeeper, August 19, 20, and Sept. 17, at the George Inn, St. Martin's- Stamtord- Baron. Attorney, Mr. Redifer, Stamford. Joseph Richards, of Prince's- Stairs, Rotherhithe, Surrey, victualler, August 17, 31, and Sept. 17, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Holloway, C hancery- lane. John Blunt and Robert Scollay, of the Coal- Ex- change, coal- factors, August 10, 17, and Sept. 17, at ' Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Allen, London- street. Anthony Beck, of Oxford- street, Middlesex, saddler, August 17, 28, and Sept. 17, at Guildhall. Attor- ney, Mr. Becket, Clement's Inn. John Scholefield, of Cateaton- street, London, ware- houseman, August 10, 24, and Sept. 17, at Guild- hall. Attorney, Mr. Lamb, Aldersgate- street. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors. August 27. Nathaniel Estlin, late of Hinckley, Leicestershire, hosier, at the Bull Head Inn, Hinckley. August 28. Thomas Barker, of Brickwall, Hertford- shire, victualler, at Guildhall, London. MARKETS.— London, August 5; We continue to receive large supplies of foreign Wheat, but not a great deal of our own growth. The sales this morning were not so brisk as last Monday, and, except for very fine samples ( ro which we can attach no specific value), prices were something below that day's currency. — Barley, Malt, and Peas remain nearly as last, with short supplies and few buyers. — Horse Beans and Ticks are dearer; but Oats, in consequence of the late advance producing an ample supply from the coast, arc down Is. and 2s. per quarter. Wheat.. 62s. to 100s. Od. Fine Do. 104i. to 106s. Od. Rye 46s. to 52s. Od. Barley .. 42s. to4Ss. Od. Malt...; 90s. to 86s. Od. Oats 26s. to 35s. Od. HorseIieans48s. to 52s. Od, Tick Ditto 45s. to 50s. Od. White Peas 45s. to50s. Od. Grey Ditto 43s. to47s. Od. PRICI of FLOUR.— Fine — s. to 90 » . 0d< HOPS, per Pocket. — Kent, 51. 10s. to 71. 10s.— Sussex, 51. 5s. to 61. 18s.— Faroham, 71. 0s. to 81,0s. SMITHFIELD, August 5. To sink the offal. OK Beef, 4s. Od. to 5i. 0d. Wether Mutton, 4s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Veal, 4s. 0d. to 5s. 4d. Poik, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. Lamb, 4s. 0s. to 5s. 4d. Sold this day, Beasts, 1800— Sheep and Lambs, 18,509. NEWGATE and LEADSNHALL, August 5. Beef, 3s 4d. to 4s. 4d. Mutton, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 4d. Veal, 3s 4d. to 4s. 8d. Pork, 4s. Od to 5i. Od. Lamb, 3s. 8d. to 5s. Od. , TALLOW — Town 71s. 6d. Russia ( Can.) — s. Od. to 71s. Od. ( Soap) 6Bs. Od. to — s. Od. Melting Stuff 56s. to — s. Od. Ditto rough — s. to — s. Good Dregs 10s. Od. Graves lis. Od. LEATHER, per lb. Butts, 50 to 561b. 2? id. t
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