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The Northampton Mercury

06/06/1807

Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Date of Article: 06/06/1807
Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Vol. 87. SATURDAY, June 6, 1807. Rendv Moncv is expected > with Advertisements. S f Circulated through every Town and populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Leicester, Huntingdon, { ( Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, Oxford, Warwick; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. ) PRICE SIXPENCE, \ Stamp- Duty I I aper and Print • - g| d. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE, Saturday, May SO. WniTEUALt, May 30, 1807. THE King has been pleased to order a Cong6 d'Elire to pass the Great Seal, empowering the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury to elect a Bishop of that See, the same being void by the death of the Right Reverend Father in God Doctor John Douglas, late Bishop thereof; and his Majesty has also been pleased by his Royal Sign Manuel, to recommend to the said Dean and Chapter the Right Reverend Father in God Doctor John Fisher, now Bishop of Exeter, to be by them elected Bishop of the said See of Salisbury. [ This Gazette contains an Order of Council, of the 30th instant, renewing, for six months, from the 6th of June next, the prohibition against ex- porting gunpowder, saltpetre, arms, ammunition, & c. & c.] LONDONi June 2. , Paris Papers to the 25ih, and Dutch to the 29ch instant have been received. A Gottenburgh Mnil also arrived last night. The seventy- third bulletin of the French army has thus reached this country ; but it contains scarcely any thing which had not been anticipated by the Hamburgh Papers. It represents the army of Observation under Brune as amounting, or as intended to amount, ttf 80,000 men. This General has established his head- quarters at Stettin on the Oder, where he will watch the motions of any enemy who may appear in that quarter. Baron D'Armfeldt is now on his way to this country, to succeed the Baron Rehausen asSwedish Ambassador to our Court. The preparations for the departure of the last- mentioried, gave rise to conjectures, that the King of Sweden had with- drawn himself from the confederacy, and made his peace with Bonaparte. This, however, does not appear to be the - ase, by dispatchcs received last night, and which brought Hamburgh Papers to the S8th. They contain accounts from Berlin to the t3d, by which we learn that there has been some smart fighting on the Narew, in which the enemy, as usual, claim the advantage. The Russians have made a formidable effort to relieve Dantzic, but their efforts are represented as altogether inef- fectual. An article from Berlin states, that the Russians, on the 15th, under General Kameuski, lost 2000 men, in endeavouring to relieve Dantzic, and that the shattered remains of those employed on this service ( 7000 in the whole), were shut up in Weichselmunde, where they were obliged to take refuge, " and without the power of communication with Dantzic. From the Imperial Head- quarters, at Fincken- stein, of the date of May 23d, it is stated, that the General of Brigade, Beaumont, Aid- du- Camp to the Grand Dulke of Berg, and the General of Brigade, Albert, at the head of two battalions of the division of Oudinot, the 3d and 11th battalions of chasseurs, and a brigade of dragoons, have defeated and put to flight a division of the enemy, which penetrated bv the Narew. This division was attacked on the 16th of May, routed, and pursued 15 leagues, to beyond Kahlberg. It lost 900 prisoners, and four pieces of cannon. This enterprise of the enemy was connected with the expedition of Lieutenant- General Kamenski; both were intended to effect the deliverance of Dantzic. The same account adds, that General Lemarrois lias set fire to a great number of rafts, which the Russians bad built on the Bug. He was opposed, on this occasion, by ( 3000 men, who were defeated. The General of Brigade, Girard, at the head or the 88th regiment, made 150 Cossacks leap into the Narew, and took from them 60 horses. These papers, all of French manufacture, and of course questionable texture, say, the Russians have l> een defeated hy the Turks. It is generally understood, that the expedition will sail in the course of the next fortnight. Lord Cathcart is to be the Commander in Chief, and with the first embarkation only 10,000 men w ill go, tinder the orders of Sir David Baird, the second in command.— General Finch will have the brigade of Guards, Colonel Dorien the brigade of heavy horse, and Lord Paget the brigade of light cavalry, comprising the whole of the 10th, with the 7th and 16th. General Beresford, immediately on his arrival in town from Buenos Ayres, attended at the Horse Guards; so that Government will now be in pos- session of the most complete account of the state of our possessions in South America. Previous to his cscapc, the Spaniards had violated the terms of the capitulation with him, and were about to seize his papers, and send him up the country. He entered a solemn protest against this breach of faith, and ill a few days after effected his escape to Monte Video, lie represents the natives as being very favourably disposed towards the English, and had no doubt of the success of the expe- dition against Buenos Ayres. His Majesty, who was dissuaded from availing himself last year of the benefit of his usual ex- curfion to the coast, means to visit Weymouth this summer. * The Duchess of Brunswick is expeeted in this country in about a fortnight. This venerable Princess, whose virtues, as well as misfortunes, and near relationship to our excellent King, must endear her to the people of Great- Britain, will reside with her amiable daughter at Blackheath, and, of aourse, will receive every alleviation that filial duty and affection can administer. I. ord Gardner will leave town in a few days, to take the command of the Channel Fleet. Bv the official report of the distribution of the British Naval Force, down to this day, it appears, that there are now at sea, 83 sail of the line, seven ships from 50 to guns, 181 frigates, 144 sloops, and 168 gun- brigs, & c. making a total of 528 ships of war, exclusive of those in ordinary, building, repairing, & c. Crim. Con.— The elopement of the Countess of E. with Mr. F. is at present the subject of gene. ral remark in the fashionable circles; but the retreat of the fugitive has not yet been discovered. The Countess was an heiress of very considerable for- tune, and in March 1799, bestowed her hand, under the happiest auspices, on her Lord, and very shortly after accompanied him on a mission abroad, where she was a most interesting example of ma- ternal and conjugal love; they were afterwards prisoners in France, and Bonaparte was so fasci- nated with her beauty, he offered her her liberty to return to England, which she refused, preferring captivity with her husband to liberty without him. Mr. F, was a prisoner also; but whether the attachment that has led to the reported Menuuement, commenced then, or since the return of the parties to England, we cannot determine. There are three children; a Sou and two daughters, the youngest a little more than a year old. The Coun- tess has been on a visit to her mother in the North ; she is said to have taken her jewels, which were of great value, with her. Mr. F. is a native of Scotland, and a young gentleman of large fortune. Roman Catholics.— A publication has recently made its appearance, signed by the Rev. Doctor Douglas; the Lords Shrewsbury, Petre, and Dormer; Sir W. Jennings, Sir Thomas Gage, Messrs. George and Edward Jerningham, and by many other English Roman Catholics of the first respectability. It is an address to their Protestant fellow- subjects; which begins by stating, that his Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects had " flattered themselves, that the declarations they had already made of the integrity of their religious and civil tenets— the oaths they had taken to his Majesty's person, family, and Government — the heroic exertions of a considerable proportion Of them in his Majesty's fleets and armies— the repeated in- stances in which they have come forward in their country's cause— their irreproachable demeanour in the general relations of life— and, above all, the several Acts of Parliament passed for their relief, avowedly in consequence of, and explicitly recog- nising, their meritorious conduct;— would have been a bond to secure to them, for ever, the affection and confidence of all their fellow subjects, and to make any further declaration of their principles wholly unnecessary. But, with astonish- ment and concern, they observe, that this is not altogether the case: — they are again publicly traduced ; and attempts are again made to preju- dice the public mind against them."— After ex- hibiting the principles which his Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects have publicly declared and pro- fessed, as contained in the oaths and declarations prescribed bv the British and Irish Parliaments, together with other Documents, demonstrative of the purity and integrity of the religious and civil principles of all his Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects, in respect to their King and Country ;— they then call upon their fellow countrymen to declare, whether there is in them a single tenet incompatible with the purest loyalty, or which in the slightest degree interferes with " the duty tliev owe to God, their King, or their Country ? They conclude with declaring, that among the many persons of their persuasion, serving in the army and navy, there is not one, " whose parents anil priests have not taught them, that loyalty is a religious as much as a civil duty; and that, when he is fighting for his King and'his Country, he is performing a duty to his God." The Panharmgnicm, a new instrument lately invented at Naples, excites general interest in Italy. It unites all wind instruments in itself, and per- forms the most difficult symphonies with an asto- nishing precision and purity. If report speaks true, it is expected that it will supersede the attendance of musicians playing on wind instru- ments in theatrical orchestras. Saturday morning a fire broke out in the still- house of Messrs. Swaine & Minnet, of Holborn- bridge, occasioned by the still- head flying off, when the flame communicated to a vessel, containing 140 gallons of spirits, which instantly exploded. Five persons were materially hurt, one so much so as to endanger the loss of his leg. The timely exertions of the- firemen were successful in sup- pressing the flames; hut not till damage to the amount of ^. 800 was sustained. DIED.] On the87th of April last, at Paris, in the 85th year of her age, the Right Hon. Lady Anastasia Stafford Howard, Baroness of Stafford, only surviving daughter and heir of William Earl of Staf- ford, who died in 1734. She was sole heiress of the body ot Sir William Howard, Viscount . Stafford, the only married younger son of the present Duke of Norfolk's ancestor, Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel. She was sole heiress of the bodv of that Viscount's wife, Mary Stafford, Baroness of Stafford, and through her, sole heiress ot the body of Edward, the last Stafford, Duke ot Buckingham, hereditary, Lord High Con- stable of England, who was the sole heir of the body of King Edward the Third, youngest son of Thomas Plantagenet, of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, and ot his wife, Lady Eleanor Bohun, eldest daughter and co- heir of the last Humphrey Bohun, Earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton, and Lord High Constable of England, and whose younger sister was wife of King Henry the fourth, but from whose body there was an entire failure of issue, on the death of her grandson, King Henry the Sixth.— Notwith- standing the accumulation of the Plantagenet, Bohun \ and Stafford heirship, which became centred in Lady Anastasia Stafford Howard, she was disabled, by the attainder of her ancesstor, the last Stafford Duke of Buckingham, in the reign of King Henry the Eighth, from possessing any of the family dignities, except the Stafford Barony. She died without having ever been married. Her heir is Sir William Jerningham, Baronet, whose grandmother was sister of the before- mentioned William Earl of Stafford. from KETTERING DISPENSARY. DR. SKRIMSHIRE, having removed KETTERING to PETERBOROUGH, is order to succeed Dr. Higgins, informs the Subscribers to the Kettering Dispensary, that Patients will con- tinue to be admitted as usual, and that they will be attended to, and all other Business of the Dispensary transacted, by Mr ROUGHTON, Jun. till the Annual Meeting in August. 1 NO CURE NO PAY. SMOKY CHIMNIES effectually CURED by Mr. R. EOOTTIT, Builder and Chimney- Sur- veyor, HUNTINGDON. * » * Mr. F. can produce the most respectable Tes- timonials of his superior Skill in the above Art, which he has practised with the greatest Success for these last 14 Years; and respectfully informs the Public, he is engaged near Northampton for a short Time, and that Orders addressed to him at the Printers' ot this Paper, or as above, will be punctually attended to. DESERTED, JOHN SMITH, a Private Soldier in the First Regiment of FOOT GUARDS ; he absented himself from the Recruiting Party at Shefford, Bedfordshire, on Friday the 22d of May. — The said JOHN SMITH is 19 Years of Age, five Feet six Inches and a Half high, has a brown Complexion, light- brown Hair, hazle Eyes; and was born at St. Mban's, Herts. Had on when he deserted white Trovvsers, a Jacket cut from an old great Coat, and round Hat. • He is said to have been at Sea, he is known at Astwickand Stotfold, in Bedfordshire, and has a Scar on his Neck, near the Jawbone. To Milliners and Fancy Dress- Makers. To be DISPOSED OF, AN old- established SHOP, in full Business, situated in the Centre of a good Market Town in Northamptonshire, about 70 Miles from London.— The Stock in Trade and Fix'ures to be taken at a fair Va- luation; the Coming- in HSJ • Letters, Post- paid, addressed ft) Messdms. LEACH Se Co. Milliners, Market- Square. Northampton ; or Mr. BUNN, No. 8, Cheapside, London; willbeduly attended to. (£ 3" Possession may be had immediately To Tallow- Chandlers and Mellers. To be DISPOSED OF, established CONCERN in the above BUSINESS, in a capital Market Town in the County of Oxford. The House and Premises may be had on a Lease. Letters ( Post- paid) to the Printers of this Paper, will be duly attended to. ~ To*~ be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT? AVery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate at MORETON- PINKNEY, in the County of Northampton; consisting of a Farm- House, with Barns, Stables, and other requisite Out- buildings, Homestall, Homeclose, and ISO Acres ( more or les>), of rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Ground, divided into convenient Closes.— The Estate is now in the Occupation of Mr. Edward Carpenter, under a Lease, at a low Rent, eight Years being un- expired the 5th of April last, for which a proper Allowance will be made, and at the Expiration thereof is capable of very considerable Improvement. The I- and- Tax has been redeemed ; arid the Timber growing thereon will be sold at a fair Valuation. For further Particulars, or to treat for the Purchsre, apply to Mr. THOMA s, Attorney. AN _ rl BI RUGBY SCHOOL. RPHE Annual Meeting will be held on TUESDAY J- the 9th of JUNE next ensuing. The Speeches commence at Eleven o'Clock.— An Ordinary and Balls at the Spread- Eagle Inn as usual. CHARLES KATTRAY, M. D.?„. The Rev. R. NEWTON, $ Stewardsv To be SOLD by AUCTION, By DENNIS ST SON, On Thursday the 11th Day of June, 1807, at the George Inn, in Kettering, in the County of North- ampton, about Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, by Order of the Assignees of THOMAS HAYNES, now or late of Ou NOLE, in the said County of Northampton, Nurseryman, Seedsman, Dealer and Chapman, a Bankrupt, rpilE said Bankrupt's contingent REVF. R- L SIONARY LIFE ESTATE of and in the yearly Interest of the Principal Sum of ^£. 1500 Sterling ( given by the Will of Ephraiin Buswell, late of Kettering aforesaid, Woolstapler, deceased), to which thp said Assignees are or will become entitled in Right of the said Bankrupt, during his Life, in Case he shall survive his present Wife, Rebecca Haynes ( Daughter of the said Ephraiin Buswell); and also the said Bankrupt's contingent Estate, Right, Share or Shares, Interest, and Expectancy, of and in the said Principal Sum ot =£. 1500, to which his said Assignees are or will also become entitled in his Right, in Case any one or more of the said Bankrupt's Chil- dren, by the said Rebecca his Wife, shall happen to die under Age and without Issue in his Lifetime, as and for their respective Parts and Shares thereof. The said Ephraim Buswell having by his said Will be- queathed the said £. 1500 to Trustees, upon Trust, to pay the yearly Interest thereof to his said Daughter, Rebecca Haynes, during her Life, for her own sole and separate Use, exclusive of her said Husband the Bankrupt; and after her Decease to pay the said yearly Interest to the said Bankrupt, for his Life; and after the Decease of the Survivor of them, the said Bank- rupt and his said Wife then to pay and divide the said ,£. 1500 unto and equally amongst all and every the Children of the said Bankrupt and his said Wife ( as well those born at the Date of the said Will as those which might thereafter be born), Share and Share alike, when and as they severally attain their respective Ages of 21 Years; and to apply the Interest thereof in the mean Time for or towards their respective Maintenance and Education. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. BUSWELL, Solicitur, ortlae AUCTIONED, in Northampton. KlNGSlHoKl'i.. Freehold Estate, Tythe- free, and the Land- Tax redeemed. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Either in the following Lots, or in such other as may be more agreeable to a Purchaser, A R P Lot 1. \ Large FARAI - HOUSE, with X3L extensive Out- buildings, Gardens, Orchard, Sec. containing 12 6 Homeclose , 3 2 11 Osier Bed 1 0 15 The Slang 0 0 27 D R A W I N G. DRAWING TAUGH by Mr. ADAMS, of Bedfordshire. T, privately or in Schools, f CAMPTON, near Shefiord, BEDFORD, May 29th, 1807. MR. and Mrs. PALMER respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that they have selected a fresh Assortment of new and fashionable GOODS, for the present Season, which are opened for Inspection, and will he offered them on such Terms as they hope will meet their Approbation, and merit a Continuance of their Favours. Hind Inn, Wellingborough. Cheap and expeditious Travelling to London in a new and elegant TELEGRAPH COACH, To cany only four Insides ; \\ riIICH sets out from the above Inn every y v Morning ( Sundays excepted) punctually at Five o'clock, to the WINDMILL INN-, ST. JOHN'S- STREET, and the GEORGE- AND- BLUE- BOAR INN, HOLBORN, LONDON ; from whence one returns on the same Mornings precisely at Six o'Clock. Performed by GILBERT, ROGERS,'& Co. The Proprietors beg Leave to say, in Consequence of the numerous Applications from the Inhabitants of Wellingborough and its Neighbourhood, they have been induced to establish the above Coach, as a daily Conveyance, for their Accommodation, and as such hope to meet with their Interest; assuring them and the Public in general, that Nothing shall be wanting to render it the most comfortable Conveyance on the Road, having provided Coaches upon a new Principle; and every Attention will be paid to the early Delivery of Parcels, & c Places may be taken at the Bull Inn, Olney; and Parcels regularly booked as usual. The Time of leaving Olnev will be Seven o'Clock in the Morning. The Proprietors request the Public to take Notice, that they will not he accountable for any Articlelost or damaged, above the Value of Five Pounds, unless entered as such and paid for accordingly. April Stttb, 1807. 6 1 19 Situate near the Church, in the Village of KINGS- THORPE, which is within the short Distance of one Mile and a Half of the Town of Northampton, from which, through this Village, passes the Turn- pike- Road to Welford. This Lot is very well adapied for a Trade or Manufacture which requires extensive Buildings, and Water, as a very considerable Spring of excellent Water, which in the driest Summer never fails, runs through the Cow- Yard Lot 2. FOUR CLOSES of very good ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, containing 72 Acres, or thereabouts, be the same more or less, all lying together near to Lot 1, bounded on one Side by the aforesaid Turnpike- Road, and on the other in Part by the River Nen, by which it is Boated. The Situation of this Lot is a very desirable one to erect either a pleasant Residence or a Manufactory upon, as a never- failing Rivulet of excellent Water runs through the Middle thereof to the said River. A. R. P. Lot 3. MILL CLOSE, adjoining to the last Lot and to the said Turnpike- Road 18 0 8 Lot 4. WALL CLOSE, near to the last Close, and adjoining to the other Side of the said Turnpike- Road 3 12 Lot 5. NORTHFIELD CLOSE, nearly adjoining to Lot 4 8 1 29 All these Lots are now in the several Occupations of Mr. Walton, and of his Undertenants. Possession can be given to a Purchaser at Lady- Day next. The several Occupiers will shew the Premises.— To treat for the same, and for further Information, apply either to Mr. PRIEST, of Fillougley, near Coventry, or to Mr. FAKR, Attorney, of Coventry. Freehold Tythe- free Farms and I, and. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, EITHER TOCETHER OR IN LOTS, THE following ESTATES, situate in the Parishes of NEWPORT. PAGNF. LL and SHERRING- TON, in the County of Buckingham, viz. Lot 1. A desirable Farm; consisting of . a good and substantial Farm- House, with convenient Yards, Barns, and all other requisite Buildings, and two Closes of Pasture Ground adjoining, containing about 51 Acres, together with a Close of exceeding rich Meadow Land also adjoining, containing about 35 Acres, now in the Occupation of Mr. John Watts. Lot 2. A Close of Pasture Ground, adjoining the above, containing about 18 Acres and a Half, now in the Occupation of Mrs. Ann Higgins. Lot 3. Another Close of Pasture Ground, adjoining the preceding, containing about 18 Acres, now in the Occupation of Mr. Eusaby Hewitt. Lot 4. Another Close of Pasture Ground, adjoining the last- mentioned, containing about six Acres, now in the Occupation of Mr. Joseph Conquest. Lot 5. Another Close of Pasture Ground, adjoining the last- mentioned, containing about eight Acres and a Half, now in the Occupation of Mr. John Albright. The above are'all situate in the Parish of NEWPORT- PAGNSLL aforesaid, about one Mile distant from the Town, and within Haifa Mile of the Grand Junction Canal. Lot 6. A very eligible Freehold Tythe- free Farm, situate in the Parish of Sherrington, within two Miles of Newport- Pagnell aforesaid; consisting of a good Farm- House and Offices, Yards, Barns, Stables, and other necessary Buildings, and several Closes of inclosed Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, con- taining about 96 Acres, now in the Ocsupation of Mr. James Hislop. The Land- Tax of the Whole is redeemed. For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, Application may be made to Mr. LUCAS, Solicitor, New port- Pagnell; and for a View of the Premises, apply to the several TENANTS. Part of the Purchase Money may remain On Security of the Premises, it desired. Nruifort- Pagnell, May Xitb, 1897, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. R 0 US E, On Wednesday the 17th Day of June, 1807. about Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Swans Inn, in Market- Harborough, in the County of Leicester, tinder such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced ( unless disposed of by Private Con- tract previous to Saturday the sixth Day of June aforesaid), in one or more Lots, AVery compact, valuable, FRF. EHOXD and TYTHE- FREE ESTATE, situate at W1L- BARSTON, in the County of Northampton, com- prising a strong- built Farm- House, Farm- Yard, with Bams, Stables, and other convenient Out- buildings, Garden, and a very nice Homestead of nrime Pasture Land adjoining, containing 2A. OR. 27P. Also four Closes adjoining, two of them Pasture and the other two Arable Land, containing together about 49 Acres, lying on the West Side of the public Road trom Wilbarston to Kettering. The Whole in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Burditt, who is under an Agreement to quit at Michaelmas next, upon re- ceiving Notice previous to Midsummer. For further Particulars, and to treat lor the Purchase of the above Estate by Private Contract, apply to HENRY BOULTON, Esq. Cottiilglam, Northampton- shire; THOMAS MILLS, Esq. Ely- Place, Holborn, London; or to Mr. ADAMS, Solicitor, Market- Har- borotigh. To COVER, this Season, 1807, \ T Mr. WM. ODELL'S, Abington- Street, NORTH- - LX. AMI- TON, at One Guinea and a Half each Mare, and Half- a- Crown the Groom, YOUNG HUE- AND- CRY. He is rising seven Years old, perfectly sound, stands 15 Hands 2 Inches high, and is of particular good Action.— He was got by that well- known Horse Pretender ( which trotted 16 Miles within the Hour, late the Property of Mr. Christopher IVroot, of Long- Sutton), his Dam by Old Hue- and- Cry; her Dam was bred by Mr. Parker, of Thornev, out of a Mare got by the Duke of Bolton's Mogul, and is own Brother to Dash and Enchanter. YOUNG HUE- AND- CRV will be at Towcester, every Tuesday; at Home, everv Tuesday Night; Daventry, every Wednesday; George Inn, Crick, every Wed- nesday Night; Lutterworth, every Thursday; Talbot Inn, Welford, every Thursday Night; Highgate- Hoii every Friday; and at Northampton, every F Night, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. House, Friday To ladies and Gentlemen. LADIES' IUDIKO- IIAMTS, AND FASHIONABLE DHE> S FOK GENTLEMEN. IETRICHSEN, LADIES' HABIT- MAKER, - T at his old - established Warehouse, No 12 KATHBONE- PIACE, OxFORD- STREET, LONDON .8A JT'f./ 0 remrn his sincere Acknowledgments to the Nobility and Gentry for their repeated Favours during a Series of Years, and particularly for the very numerous additional Customers, and increased Number ot Orders, for LADIES' RIDING- DRESSES, with which he has been favoured during the last Season in particular; to merit a Continuance of which, the utmost Attention to Fashion and Fitting will always be observed. F. D. requests Permission to add, that, in the Spring ot last Year, he commenced also executing Orders for GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES, Partner- ship with S. CLARK, TAILOR ( late Foreman to Mr. Allen). D. ETRICHSEN & CLARK, TAILORS, having had the Happiness to experience unprecedented Success and Patronage from M EN OF FASHION, since their Commencement, they beg Leave to solicit the further Orders of the Nobility and Gentry in Town and Country, to whose Commands ( addressed as above) the strictest Attention will be paid • and where a large Stock of fashionable CLOTHS, KERSEY- MERES, & c. & c. is always kept for Inspection. LEATHER BREECHES. REGIMENTALS, YOUNC GENTLEMEN'S BRESSES, LIVERIES, & c. elegantly made. B3" Bankers, Merchants, Manufacturers, and Country Residents in general, may have an Order executed as above, at a very short Notice after their Arrival 111 London, or may be informed by Letter how to send up their Measure. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mr. JOSHUA JANES, the Elder, late ot HOCK- D ' iW6 ,1> arlsh ot Chalgrave, in the County of Bedford, Butcher, deceased, are hereby requested to pay their respective Debts to Mrs. Janes, his Widow and sole Executrix ; or Messrs. Willis & Son, Soli- citors, Leighton- Bussard, who are duly authorised to receive the same. Aad all Persons who have any Claims or Demands upon the said Estate, are requested immediately to deliver an Account thereof to Mrs. Jan s the Executrix, or Messrs. Willis's, in order that the same mav be discharged. I. eighton- Bus\ ard, May & th, 1807. Mares to be paid for the last Time of going round; the Groom to be paid at the Time of Covering. To COViyj, this Season, 1807, AT One Guinea and a Half each Mare, and Half- a- Crown the Groom ( the Money to be paid at Midsummer next), YOUNG REGULUS, the Property of Mr. ROBINSON, of THRAFSTON. He Is rising five Years old, 15 Hands 3 Inches high, a beautiful Bay with very little White, free from Blemishes, has good Action, and excelled bv very few in Symmetry; is able to carry 18 Stone with the fleetest Hounds, having been hunted last Season with Earl Fitzwilliam's Fox- Hounds. YOUNG RECULUS was got by Regulus, late be- longing to W. P. NEEDHAM, Esq. ( out of an excel- lent Hunter); he was bred by A. Boucherett, Esq", and was got by that well- known Horse Young Regulus, his Dam by Young Traveller, Old Cade, Bolton, Fear- nought, B'asto, Duke of Newcastle's Turk, the Byerley Turk, out of a Barbarv Marc.— Young Regulus was got by Old Regulus, his Dam by Bowser's Snake, Snake hy the Lister Turk, out of the Dam of Old Cato, a Daughter of Old Partner; Young Traveller by Traveller, Bartlet'sChilders; Mr. Durham's grey Mare, by a Son of the Bald Galloway, Daffodel's Dam by a Foreign Horse of Sir Thomas Gascoigne's. Old Regu- lus was got by the Godolphin Arabian, his Dam Grey Robinson, Grand- dam by Snake, out of Old Wilkes, a Daughter of Old Hautboy.— For his Performances see the Racing Calendar. " The above Pedigree is true; and I hereby certify, " that 1 refused 150 Guineas for the said Re- " gulus, when 29 Years old. " W. P. NEEDHAM. " Louth, Feb. 15tb, 1807." The Mares covered by Young Regulits last Season, generally prove to be with Foal ; those that do not, will be covered at 16s. and Half- a- Crown the Groom. SPARROWS- HEllNE TURNPYKE7 ~ TV70TICE is hereby given, That a Meeting of . L\ the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Sparrows- Herne, on Bushy - Heath, through the Market Towns of Watford, B'erkhampstead St. Peter's, and Tring, in the County of Hertford, by Pettipher's Elms, to the Turnpike- Road at Walton, near Ayles- bury, in the County of Bucks, will be held at the KING'S- A RMS, BERKHAMPSTEAD- SAINT- PETFR'S aforesaid, on WEDNESDAY the 1st Day of J ULY, 1807, and the Chairtaken precisely at Twelve o'Clock ; when and where the TOLLS arising and to be collected at the several Turnpike- Gates on the said Road, known by the Names ot the WATFORD and RIDGF.- LANE GATE » , and the Niw GROUND GATE, and the VEECHEJ GATE, will be LETT by AUCTION, for one Year or for three Years, as may be agreed upon by the Trustees present at such Meeting, to commence on the 29th Day of July, 1807, to the Best Bidder or Bidders, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for regulating Turnpike- Roads; which Tolls arising'from the Watford and Ridge- Lane Gates were lett for one Year, ending the 28th Day of July, 1807, at ,£. 1002, clear of all Expences; and the said Tolls arising from the New Ground and the Veeches Gates were also lett for one Year, ending the same 28th Day of July, 1807, at =£. 428, clear ot all Expences; and will be put up at those Sums respectively. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders, must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Pay- ment of the R* ents agreed for, and at such Times as thev shall direct.— Dated this thirteenth Day of May, 1807. HARRY G ROVER, Clerk to the said Trustees. WARWICKSHIRE. Desirable Freehold Grazing Farm. To be SOLD by AUCTION By Mr. BRANDER, At the Bishop- Blaze, in Napton- upon- the- Hill, in the County of Warwick, on Tuesdav the 16th Day of June 111st. between the Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, IN TWO LOTS, \ Vcr. v eligible FARM; consisting of a sub- c KI stan'' al H, msc> with necessary Yards, Barns, Mantes, Cow- houses, and other Out- buildings, with 105 Acres of valuable Pasture, Meadow, and Arable Land adjoining, 80 Acres of which are Pasture and Meadow, and 25 Acres Tillage. The Whole capable ot becoming very excellent Grass Land, situate in the pleasant Village of NATTON- UPON- THE- HILL, in the County ot Warwick, in the Occupation of Thomas Hickman, a respectable Yearly Tenant. The Turn- pike- Road from Birmingham to London passes through the Village, and the Oxford Canal ( which commu. nicates with the Grand Junction) runs very near the Estate, which is only three Miles froin the Market lovvn of Southam, seven from Daventrv, twelve from Banbury, fourteen from Coventiy, and eighty from London. Lot 1. The Farm- House, with the Yards, Barns, Stables, Out- buildings, six Closes, and 19A. 1R 13P of the near Part of the Ground called GREAT- HADEN. containing in the Whole 72A. 3R. 37P. Lot 2. The further Part ot GREAT- HADEN, con- taining 22A. OR. 38P. and the adjoining Ground, called HADEN- END, containing 10A. 1R. 27P. with the Hovel standing thereon. Part of the Purchase Monev may remain on Mort- gage; and further Particulars had'bv Application to Messrs. TOMES & BURMAN, Solicitors,' or Mr. BIL- LINOTON, of Southam, Warwickshire; or Mr. BRANDER, Little- Tower- Hill, London. Mr. EDGE, NORTHAMPTON, has just received a large Supply of ROBBERDS's BALSAMIC ELIXIR, or COUGH- DROPS, For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Consumption. rpHESE justly- celebrated Drops, by their happy I- and immediate Effect. in removing the most ob- stinate Cough or Catarrh, and all Tendency to Con- sumption, render them a valuable Family Medicine And when weconsider the Variableness of our Climate, which constantly induces us to catch Cold, and that from this taking Cold originates a Multitude of Dis- eases, as Asthma, Pain in the Chest, offensive Breath, Inflammation of the Lungs, and Consumption, with a long Train of Evils, no Head of a Family should lay down without a small Supply, at least, of this almost instantaneous Remedy. Many thousand Persons can testify the happy Effects they have received from it, when every other Medical Assistance had failed. K3" A CAUTION.— Observe that R. Butler, No' 4 Cheapside, is engraved 011 a black Stamp, which is affixed to each Bottle ; all others are Counterfeits. Sold, Wholesale, and Retail, at Mr. BUTLER'S, No 4 Cheapside, London; and, Retail, by Edge, Marshall'. Dicey & Sutton, and Lambert, Northampton ; Pull grave, Bedford; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen and Cooinbe, Leicester; I. oggin, Avlesbury ; Higgs* Market- Harborough ; and by most Medicine Venders in every Town ; in Bottles at 2s. 9d. each. CORDIAL BALM OF G1LEAD. SIR, FROM STAFFORD. VTOU need not be informed that I have sold, 1 in the Course of three Months, several large Supplies of your Cordial Balm of Gilead, andagreat Number of that interesting Publication, : he " Guide to Health." The Sale of the Medicine in this Neighbourhood, has indeed exceeded all Calculation, and its wonderful Efficacy is a Subject of Conversation in almost every Company. A Person in this County has been in such a melancholy State for se\ er. il Years past, as to sit in the House almost continually in the same Posture, without ever going into the Street. After having taken three or four Bottles of your Balm of Gile.' id. lie PYnciicm pft a cnrnricini, a I... , . • . , juu, Uctllll ot Gilead, he experienced a surprising Alteration; his Melancholy by Degrees gave way, and he calls upon and converses cheerfully with his Neighbours, and he is nert'prtlu rernvprpii 1 H U 1." i.' • is perfectly recovered. ' J. DREWRY, Printer of the Staffordshiie Advertiser. To Dr. Solomon, Gilead- ttcuse. The CORDIAL BALM of GILEAI. i:; sold in Bottles, Price Half- a- Guinea each; Mere ; - also Family Bottles, Price 33s. containing equ.. to four Bottles at 10s. 6d. by which the Patient saves 9s. including also the Duty. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, bv the Printers of this Paper; also, Reta:'., bv Marshall, and Edge, North- ampton; Collis ii Dash, and Murih, Kettering; Dawson, and Harrod, Harborough; Marriott, Banbury; Inns, and Canard, Towcestcr; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony - Stratford; Edge, and Mather, Wellingborough; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry | Okely, and Paigrave, Bedford; Fox, St. Neots; Barringer, and Inwood, Newpoft- Pagnell'; Swinfen, Leicester; by the Printers of the Country News- papers ; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, See. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Ameiica, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Docu- ments noted therein. Dr. Solomon, when consulted, expects his usual Fee ot Half- a- Guinea. Such Letters should, for Safety, be thus directed—" Money Letter. Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House, near Liverpool." yjwasagtjgW1 Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. FAOSI THE LONDON GAZETTE, - Tuesday, June 2, 180?. TnpHT - night's Gazette contains an account of J the capture of the Josephine French schooner privateer, of 4 tuns and 45 men, by Captain Drummond, of the Dryad. ' Hie Gazette also confains an account of a very., spirited attack made by his Majesty's ship Sally, on part < f the French army now besieging; Dantzic. After statin? the great exertions in forcing, a com- munication between the sea and the river Vistula, Captain Cliefham says,-—" at half past six p. m X a mmepced action with the enemy on the left • batik of the river, who opposed to us a very strong fi rce of musketry, supposed to be between two and ihrec thousand men, in their entrenchments, and sheltered by the ruins of houses lately burnt, • with three pieces of artillery, assisted by a small tati cry on she right bank of the river. The action Qni'iin'ucd till nine o'clock, when I hauled down the r er. I am sorry to add our loss has been considerable, first Lieutenant and 17 others wounded, mizen- mast shot through, sails and risrsring much nut, and upwards of a thousand musket shnt in the hull. The loss of the enemy, by every information we can obtain, is between four and five hundred men, in killed and wounded, and one piece of artillery completely dismounted." • .'. • " Mit'SOlb, I807-. FINE HAMPSHIRE SEED, OF THE RUTA BAM, or GENUINE YELLOW SWEDISH TURNIP, in Bags ofSfbs. eath, Price Halt- a- Guinea; sold, by Commission, by Mr. RICHARO SCRIVEN, North- ampton. TURNIP SEED. SSIIARMAN informs his Friends, he has ft . large Stock of TURNIP SEED, of « u excel- lent Quality, which he intends retailing at Sixpence per lb.— Good Allowance to Retail Venders. :< HarJtvick, June 6tb, 1807. " it OL'KDLE, JuiiR ist, 180?. rjMIE Rev. T. H. BULL EN's VACATION com-, mences on WEDNESDAY the 17th Instant. PAI'EFTHANOING WAREHOUSE, ' HiOH- STRP. ET, BEDFORD. JWF. BB, PRIMER, BINDER, BOOK and Musrc- . SILI. EE, STATIONER, & c. impressed withfrdue Sense of Gratitude to the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends in general, for the distinguished Support he the Public, that be will have a large Quantity has received in the various Branches of his Business, of TIMBER cut up for SALE at BOUOHTON- GREEN begs to return his most grateful Acknowledgments ; FAIR, viz. Two- inch Oak Planking, from 12 to 16 and has now the Pleasure of announcing to them, that . , — .„_ A... 1 G » tl,. . I,:, ucm b A fc 1.- r » ,, « xr » , , nriWMirp To Gentlemen, Tradesmen, and others. ILLIAM CHAPMAN, of DENTON, informs Swedish and Norfolk- Turnip Seeds, 1807. TROPER desires to inform Turnip Growers, . that he has now on Sale, at Sis Residency near STOWY - STR ATFOR D, some SAVED ISH • TURN IP . S- EED, of last Year's Growth, raised on his own Farm, from transplanted Turnips, which" he warrants is of. the true yellow Kind,- of- large Growth.: It may also Be had . of Mr, KightleV,. and Mr. Gihbins, Northampton; Mr. Wjlsher, Towcester; Mr. Shep- pard, Daventry ; and; Mr. Cave, Brackley; who have likewise . a Supply of J. ROPER> NORFOLK TURNIP SEED, warranted from tcansplauted- Turnips, of the round white, in that County. The latter may also be had of Mr. Grimes, E- ydon.— Mr. Goode, of Buckingham, was inserted last Week by Mistake. ' COUNTY FIRE- OFFICE, Established by an Association of Nbblenfen and Gentlemen, in the Counties of Feet long, the greater Part of it dry and fit for Use; i also, Inch Oak Boards and Square Stuff, Sby 4 Inches square; Oak Gates and Gate. Posts, Sheep Peri- Posts, and Foreign Deal Ladders.— The greater Part of the Two- inch Oak Planks are now at Lintord Wood, near Newport- Pagnell, Backs. Any other Scantling may be had by applying to William Chapman, Carpenter, and Timber- Merchant, at Denton, Northamptonshire. WOBURN- PARK FARM. rilllF. LETTING of SOUTH- DOWN TUPS, - L and SALE of SOUTH- DOWN EWES and THEAVES, and of HEREFORD and DEVON CATTLE, will take Place on Monday the 15th of JUNE instant, according to Notice before given. Bucks Bedford Berks Hertford Middlesex Northampton. Oxford Warwick . Leicester Lincoln Nottingham -. York T for Neighbours and Tenants. They have considered the acknowledged Favourableness of Country! Risks; and Alexander, after expressing, in on this, as well as on several other, Accountsj they Ins entire approbation of the , hat ^ Association wW LONDON, June 4. Accounts from Holland to the 30th. ult. have Iiecn received. They state nothing of importance respecting the armies in Poland. A few French papers which have been received, afford us no intelligence of a later date than that which we had previously obtained. A report had reached Hol- land that a great battle had been fought; but in the present state of expectation, reports are little to be depended upon. Major Morgan, who brought the last dispatches from Lord Hutchinson, is said to stale, that Bennigsen was resolved to provoke the enemy to attack him, rather than adopt the contrary policy, even if Dantzic should thus be lost. Upon General Bennigsen, it is said, has the chief command of the allied army been conferred. The Emperor , general orders, conduct of General Bennigsen, and of the high sense and opinion which he entertains of his talents • ar. d his services,' orders it to be notified to the army, that ( he supreme command is vested in that officer, and that all dispatches are to be trans- mitted to, as well as orders received from him. It is stated in an American Paper, of thf begin- ning of last month, which reached town yesterday, that two Dutch frigates, and 16 other armed ves- sels, had been destroyed by Sir Edward Pellevv's squadron,' in ffcc Roads of Batavia. Intelligence to this effect is said to have bo « n brought by the brig Sallv and Heity, arrived at Philadelphia from that place. ' I he American Paper does not- mention when '. his affair took place. The dispatches and letters brought by the Diome. de from La Plata, reached town yesterday. The former state, that Captain Pack, who escaped from Buenos Ayres with General Beresford, was, on his arrival fit Monte Video, appointed to the command of a smalt expedition against Colotiia di Sacramento* situated nearly opposite Buenos Ayres. The landing was effected in the utmost order, ar. d the place surrendered after a trifling resistance, with the loss of only one man on our side. This capture is considered of importance, inasmuch as it secures to us the possession of the whole of the North side of the Rio dc la Plata. It was from Sacramc nto that the Spanish troops from Monte Video crossed the river, when they re- took Bueho's Avres; and the possession of it will, doubtless, facilitate our operations against that place. The fourth report of the commissioners of Mi- litary Enquiry, and supplements to the first and third reports have just been published. The fourth renort states the whole of General De Laneey's balance at ,£. 107, OOP. The supplement to the third repoft contains some information obtained from Major- General iEste, who had the military command in Aldsniey. Mirjor- Geueral Estebought, in August and September 1801, coals from Mr! Davison, atthe rate of 57s. per chaldron; fchile Mr. Davison, for cOais delivered to the barracks during the said two months, charged Government at the rate of 72s. per chaldron for one lot, and from 7os. to 81s. per chaldron for another lot. Maior- Gedqral Este further states, that on the 21st of October, 1799, b<; paid Mr. Robillard 72s. a chal- xlroti for coals furnished to . him at ^ fferent times, since the 1st of January; while Mr. Davison's, prices in that year are at no time less than fl6s. per chaldron, and" in the spring are as high as 150s. Thursday the Anniversary Assemblage of the Charity Children took place at St. Paul's Cathedral, and which was very numerously attended by auditors of all ranks:" It was, altogether, a very gratifying spectacle. The number of children present, amounted to nearly 7000. Methodists.— The minutes of the lay conference of the Methodists, held at Leeds, represent the numbers of that sm- iety to be as follow, viz. in Great- Britain, 110,808; in Ireland, 23,773; in Gibraltar, 40: in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland; 1418; in the West Indies, • whites, 1775— coloured people," 13, lfSS; in the United States, whites," 95,628— coloured people, 2!, 316. Total, 270,919.— Of these upwards of 109,000 are in England and Wales; and 109,000 more are supposed not to have ventured, to have their names enrolled, besides the younger branches of families, making about 218,000 inofe; so that the whole number arnouitts, to nearly half a million of persons. 1 LordCarberv has presented ',£. 800 to the cha- ritable institutions of Cork, and his brother, G. F. Evans, Esq. . f. SOO. This beneficent act has been followed bv fl gift of £. 500 from each of the Successful candidate, Mr. HutchinsOn - and Mr. Longfield. air. Shetidan rests his hopes to fbe one of the sitiina members for Westminster in place of Lord Cochrane, oti the* ineligibility of the latter, as the eldeit stih of a Scotch Peer.— It was determined in J7SS, that, tbp eldest son of a Scotch Peer was jiot eligible to sit for a Scotch county or burgh. Almost all the paper- mills in Scotland are laid • idle on account of a combination ambngst tire journeymen. for advance of wages. They last year for, an advance of 2s. a week, and now fney refuse to work without a further advance of Sa. s- This gyfitsth of combination is now so matured among rviOus classes of ji^ rneymen, that nothing will efNnuftily subdue it but the strong band of the kgWattffe. SUJtMfR CIRCUITS, 1007. AVyUS.— lord Chief justice of the King's Bench ind tiic Hon. Mr. Justice Grose. J! cmt.~ Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath. Oxjori.— I- ord Chief Baton and the Hon. Mr. Baron Graham. Western.— Hon. Mr, Enron Thompson, Mid Hon. Mr. Justice Lawrence. ' " . Midler-.!.— Hon. Mr. Justice Rooke smd Hon. Mr. Justice Us Blanc. • Hon. Mr, JUStfee Chatnbre and the Hon, Mr. Baron Wool. FOR THE. EXPRESS BENEFIT OF COUNTRY RES IBINTS. . THE Proprietors and Residents ih the eight former of the above Counties are respectfully informed, that AGENTS will be immediately appointed in all the principal Towns, and that the Business of the Office will commence on Midsutiimer Day next. In the four latter Counties, Agents will probably not be appointed before Michaelmas. . On this Occasion, it may be proper to state the Motives which have led to the Formation . of this Establishment, and some of the Benefits' which it is presumed may be derived from it. Viewing the Relief from Anxiety, and Security from frequent Ruin, which are afforded by Fire Insurance, several Noblemen and Gentlemen of the associated Counties have long been desirous to encourage and extend a Disposition towards that valuable Precaution, by . reducing it to the most beneficial Principles possible tor their ^ HE Meeting of the HERTFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will beheld at . GREAT- BERKHAMPSTEAD, on MONDAY the 8th of JUNE, 1807. Ten Guineas will given to the Owner of the best Plough. - Three Guineas to the best Ploughman. Two Guineas to tbe second best Ploughman. One " Guinea to the third best Ploughman. The Ploughs must be produced by Nine o'Clock on that Morning, at the King's- Arms in Great- Berkhampstead, and the Ploughing will commence precisely at Ten. The Earl of BRIDGEW. ATER,) sir JOHN S. SEBRIGHT, £ stewards. JOSEPH HA. LSEY, Esq. > ~^~ GRAND JUNCTION CANAL. ~ AT a General Assembly of the Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, held the 2d Instant, attheCR0wN- AND- ANCH0R TAVERN, in the STRAND, a'Divalend of One and a Half per Cent, ( exclusive of the Property Duty thereon), was declared and ordered to be paid on the 6th of July next, to the present Proprietors of Shares fn the said Canal. The Dividend Warrants will on that Day begin to be delivered at the Office No. 21, Surrey- Street, in the Strand, where daily Attendance will be given for that Purpose, between the Hours qf Ten in tlie Fort- noon, and Three in the Afternoon. R. C. SALE, Clerk to the Compainy. Grand Junction Canal office, ' 21, Surrey. Street, Strand, 3d June, 1807. his NEW PAPERHANGING WAREHOUSE is furnished for the Season with a CHOICE and PLEASING VARIETY of PAPERS, BORDERS, Sec. from the FIRST MANUFACTURERS in LONDON, which he is selling at their Prices. — J. W. most humbly solicits a Continuance of; the Kind Patronage of his Friends, whose .\ pprobation,; irahaH be always his highest Ambition to meri. t. '„..' *#* Rooms fashionable hung on. the. shiest Notice. 1 .'' . ' A CIRCULATING LIBRARYof3000Volumes, amongst which will be found the newest, and, jmost approved modern Novels, Histories,.- Voyages, Travels, & c. & c. A CARD. MR. WRIGHT, of ASHLEY, takes this Method ot offering His grateful Thanks to his numerous Friends for their kind Enquiries during his late Illness, and is happy to acquaint them, that bis Health is so far re- established as to allow him to attend partially to his Duty in School. Aspley, June Id, 1807. Public Auction- Room and ' Repository, at . Wellingborough. MR. SMITH, AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, and LAND- SURVEYOR, late of Kimbolton, and now of MARKET- HARBOROUOH, respectfully informs his Friends and the Public in general, that he has taken a commodious AUCfJON- ROOM, in, the Centreof the Town of WELLINCBOROOCH, where he intends having a Monthly Sale- of Household- Fur- niture, Paintings, Books, Plate, Linen, China, & c. & c. Sc, c. Whatever Property may be entrusted to his Care,, shall be disposed of in the best Manner in his Power, and the Money produced from the Sale thereof, shall be immediately paid into the Hands of those who may. please to favour him with their Commands. Further Particulars " will be mentioned in a future Advertisement. . June < 2d, 1807. MONEY TO LEND. FROM ONE to THREE THOUSAND POUNDS may be procuredqn good Security-, by applying to Mr. ADAMS, Campton, near Silsoe, Beds. No Letters will be received but- such- as are Post- paid. - , i To the! GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FP. Er. noi. Lrr. s of. the COUNTY of BEDFORD. V- pENILEMEN, ,-..:., , ', ACCEPT my warmest Thanks for. youi: generous " Support during the late Contest, arid for the distinguished Honour which you : have cdrfftrfe'd jljjftfi me(> in again electing me one of your Representatiies. , Be assured, I shall endeavour to act in such a Man- ner,, that my future Conduct in - Parliament may not••.. disappoint this very flattering Mark of your Esteem. I have the Honour to be, " i With eVery Sentiment of Gratitude and Rbspect, ' . . Gentlemen, • i Your . most faithful and devoted, humbl? Servant, The Hase/ ls, May < i3d, 18Q7, FRANCiS l'. Y, VI. prove eminently useful. The following leading Features of this Institution are recommended to an attentive Perusal:— . . An original Capital of £. 300,000, subscribed by. equal Portions, in the several Counties,, will gua- rantee the Engagements of the'O { fee; and each. County returns a similar Number of Directors, viz. five, under whose Superinfencfarice and Controul the Affairs of the Association are conducted; hence the Persons insured by this Office commit their Interest to the Protection of those whom they know, and who are locally connected with them. The Terms of Insurance will be found to be of the most moderate Description; and several" nfw Ac- commodations - will be" offered" ' fo ' tbo'se desiring Insurance. AH persons who continue insured with this As- sociation seven Years, whether the Policy be Ori- ginally taken out for seven Years, or be renewed annually, will be rendered Proprietors, and participate with the original Proprietors of the Establishment. While thus entitled to essential Profits, they have the peculiar and valuable Assurance of being secured from the Possibility of Loss, as the sole Responsibility is undertaken by the subscribing Proprietors; heace the Profits upon these Transactions will not be sent away among Strangers, but will revert to those from whom they have originated. A discerning Public will doubtless jjereeiv. ej- IlBt on the above Principles the Benefits of Insurance from Fife will be derjyeU. in the cheapest Maimer,— The Premiufns of Insurance are as low afr can be ad- mitted consistently with the Security aT the Insure^ themselves, sliouUi. unfayourable Events SHs^; while, if it proves that Such Events do not arise, tfi^- pxeess of Premium will be returned in the Shape of Profits. J. T. BARBER, Managing Director. Provident Institution, Southampton- Street, Strand, London, - June id, 130.7. Drapery afta Wool Trade, To be LETT, THE HOUSE, SHOP, WOOL- WAREHOUSES, and PREMISES, at WOBU* N, in the County of Bedford, late belonging, Jo Mr. JOHN THORNTON, deceased, Linen and Woollen- Draper and Woolbuyer, and the Business to be disposed of. The Shop is large, and has lately been fitted up - in a ost convenient Manner. The Tradi is considerable. has bien long established, and the Connexions and Customers of the first Respectability — The Ware- houses are extensive ami sufficient for carrying on the Wool Business. upon. a large.- Scale. . Possession may be takeu on the 4th of August next.— To treat for the same, apply to Mr. WATKI NS, Banker, DaVemry, Ko^ ftampton^ hire or Mr. REDDALL, Attorney, Wotjurn. To Merchants andTradlsinen, To be SOLD or LETT by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Agood FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, with con- venient Granaries, Warehouses, and Stable's, and a spacious. Yard adjoining ( the Land- Tax whereof is redeemed), situate in the Town of WISBECH, in the Isle of Ely, in the County of Cambridge, fronting the great River there, and now in the Possession of Mr. Robert Kilby. ... An extensive Raft and Coal Trade has been carried on for many Years oh these 1' remises, which are very conveniently situate for the landing of Goods from the Wisbech River.— The Stock in Trade, which, is mwoh Veductd^ majt- bs- taken af t Valuation ; and im- mediate Possession of the Premisesmay be had-. For further Particulars, enquire of Messrs. BEL IAMY & GIRDLESTONE, Attornies, in Wisbech. JUNE 5th, 1807. , J^ HF. Public are respectfully informed, That the WHEAT- SHEAF PUflUC- HOUSE, at WEEDON, in the County of Northampton'; which was advertised to be LETT bv- AucrjON, on Thursday the 11th Instant, is Lett hy Private Centracl. " CLARK & HALI.' s BANKRUPTCY. ~ MIE Commissioners appointed, in and by a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against JOHN CLARK. & HENRY HALL, now or late of MARKET- I) ARBOROUC. H, ill the County of Leicester, Worsted arid Carpet Manu- facturers and Co- partners ( trading under the Firm of CLARK & HALL); intend to meet at the House of Mr. JOHN MUNTO » , the ANCE'J. INN, in MARKFT- M ARBOROUGH aloresaid, on TU" EST> AY the 16th Day 9F JWNF. instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon ; when and where the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, may come prepared to urove. the same, and at which Meeting the said BimCTiiptsLare required to finish their Examination. ' By Order of the Commissioners,' ' * GEORGE WARTNABY-; SolicTfor.' Market- Hurborougb, June itb, 1807. :". TOWCESTER TURNMKE- RUFL © • VfOTI. CE is hereby gjv, en, ' Char, the liext' Meeting of the Trustees appointed for putting into Execution the Act of Parliament. for amending, widening, and keeping in Repair, the Road' leading from Towcester to the Turnpike- Road in Cotton- End, in the Parish of Hardingston, in the County of Northampton, will be held at the DUKE- OF- G R AT- TON'S- ARMS, in BLISWORTH, in the said County, on FRIDAY the _ TWELFTH Day of , JUNE instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the Purpose of auditing the Treasurer's Accounts, and for transacting other Business relative to the said Road. By Order of the Trustees, vi WM. TR. SMYfH, Clerk. 3 J, 1807. AMPTHILL, BEDS. Freehold ard Tylhc- frre Estate, with immediate Possession. ' : _ A very desirable Situation for a small independent Family. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ANeat, well - built, Brick and Tile Sashed HOUSE, in good Repair, detached, and plea- santly surrounded with Shrubs, Gardens, & c.; con- sisting ot a good Kitchen, Pantry, Cellar, two neat Parlours, four Sleeping- Rooms, with neat Fire- places and Closets, and three good Garrets, with detached Scullery and Pump, and a never- failing Well of good Water therein; Laundry and Room adjoining; Two- stall Stable and largeToft; a good Garden, well planted with Wall and other Fruit Trees; an Acre or upwards of Land, five Minutes walk from the same.— The Fixtures, Trees, and Crop, to b? taken- by Appraisement. For further Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. STAINER, on the Premises ( if by Letter, Post- piiid). • '• A'Coach passes the Door three Times a Week to London. To lumber- Merchants, Ship- Builders, and others. TUSMORE, near BRACKLEV, Northamptonshire.' To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, TTPWARDS of 1400 capital fmeOAK TIMBER \ J TRE ES, now falling 1200 of which Trees are from 50 to 120 Feet Meetings, and exceeding fine Navy Timber; the remaining 800 Trees and upwards are of ' smaller Meetings, and'particularly adapted for Carpenters, Builders, & c. " Also, 800 END'S of' ELM, fallen, from .50 to JL^ Feet Meetings, „ WQ11. adapted for" Navy Purposes. . . .{ J2T, The above Timber is only six Miles from the Oxford and Coventry Calais, eight from the Grand Junction Canal, and eighteen from " the Thames Wharf, Oxford. For further Particulars,-. and to treat for the same, apply to Messrs. HOP OH .'. tf & SON, Cro. wton, near Brackley ; and for a View of tile- same, at'Tiismore- House. •-.'--•- To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SPONG, On Thursday the 11th' of June, 1807, and two fol- lowing Days, on the Premises, ALL the eleeant and useful HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, and sundry EFFECTS, of the late Rev. C. FAVELL, M. A. of BRINGTON, in the County of Huntingdon. On the first Day's Sale will be sold, a very hand- some Chariot, with a Barouche Box, and Harness complete; and a Pair of Black Geldings; also, three Fowling- Pieces, Blunderbuss, and Brace of Pistols; the Farming- Stock, & c. consisting of a Narrow- wheel Waggon, Broad- wheel Cart, Ploughs, Harrows, Winnowing- Machine ( nearly new), Cow and Sheep- Cribs, Ladders, a Quantity of Posts and Rails, Lead Horse- Trough, and Dairy Utensils; 25 Sheep and 15 Lambs, cine in- calved Cow, one new- milched Ditto, one useful Hackney Mare, one Sow and Pigs, one in- pigged Sow, and a Boar ( from China); Harness for three Horses, Saddles, Bridles, & c. with a large Quantity Of Manure and Fire- Wood, in Lots. On the second, and third Days' Sale will be sold, the Household- Furniture; consisting of a Mahogany pillared Bedstead, with beautiful Chintz Furniture, very handsome Fringe, and lined with yellpw em- bossed Cilico; two Wiridow- CurtainstocprrespdndY Bedsteads, with Dimity, Morine, and Check Fur- nitures; eight Goose and other Feather- Reds; Flock Ditto; Mattresses, Blankets, and Quilts; Harpsicord, Spinner, and Bass- Viol; choice Paintings,- and capital P rints ( by ITogartb) two fashionable Jbravin^- T^ aam IPmdbiu. Gurininsi Mahogany Dining, Pembr^ e^^ nd Card Tables; Mahogany, Japanned, and other Chairs; Eight- day and two Thirty- hour Clocks; Turkey, Wilton, and Kidderminster Carpets; Green Barze, to cover the t> rawing-, Room Floor; large Grit Pier and Swing'Glasses; elegant China, and Earthenware ; txttlhnt Wardrobe, Cedar Wood insides Commode . ana other Drawers; Bureau, and Linen- Press; 80- Gal Ion Brewing- Copper, anda40- Callon Ditto ; * Mash- Vats, Tubs; and Trays; six Hogsheads; Kitchoi Reqiiisirts, in Copper, Brass, Pewter,, and Tin s> Garden Implex" ments; and a Variety of. other. Articles. - The principal Library of Books is disposed of, but a. Number of Lots remain to be Sold on Saturday.— The. Whole may be viewed one Day previous to the Sale. The Sele to commence each Day at Ten d" Clock'. Further^ Particulars will appear in the Catalogues, which will be, out in due Time, and may be had at the principal Inns at Northampton,- Ketterinj!,. Thrap- ston, Higham- Fetrers, Kimbolton, Huntingdon, and Cambridge; and of the Auctioneer, at Welling- borough, cia All Persons indebted to the E state of the late Rev. CHARLES FAVELL, are requested to discharge the same immediately with Mrs. Ann Favell, or Robinson woodsworth, Esq. Har. wifh, in the County of Esse?* who'is authorised tb settle the same. ;. I ( One Concern J. 4 Valuable Household- Furniture, Plate, Linen, To be SOLD by A U C I I O N. By Mr. SMITH, On Thursday the 18th of June, 1807, at Ten o'Clock, on the Premises of HENRY HALL,; Co- parthSr with JOHN CLARK, Worsted and Carpet- Manti- facturers, at M A R KET- H- A R BO ROC OH, in the County of Leicester ( Bankrupts), > ALL the valuable and genteel IIOUSEHOI. D- FURNITURE, PLATE, LINEN, CHINA, & c.; consisting of handsome Mahogany fluted Post' Bedstead, with striped Dimity Furniture ; Tent Bed- stead's, - and Chintz Furniture; Feather Beds, Mat- tresses, and excellent ' Bedding; Marseilles and other Counterpanes ; Festoon Dimity Window- Curtains; double andsingle Mahogany Chests of. Drawers^ fine- toned new Patent RiaiuvFoMe ' CUmehti' & £ ii:! .•' QlffiW'ER- ' i'URNFIK^— RO, AD;: "" \ rOTICE is hereby given; That " all persons IX having any Claims or l> emla « tt#" tipon' " the1' Trustees for repairing the Highways from OW- Strat- ford, in the County of Northampton, to Dunchurch, in the County of Warwick, aredesired to deliver their , respectivp Bills to Mr. Benjamin Gurden, their Sur- veyor, previous to the next Quarterly Mefetirig of tfie^ said Trustees, which is appointed tocffe ' h'£ ld at fflj*:. CROWN INK, in FOSTERS- BOOTH,' in- STie. said County . of Northampton, on THURSDAY the EIOHTEENTH, Day'of JUNE instant, at Eleven . o'clock in the Foceaaon,— Dated the fourth Day of June, 1807. r By Order of the said Trustees, A. MIERES, their Clerk. Sidcey Forest. . - • • ' Tp be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, Ori Monday fhe 8th of June, 1807, at the Rose- and- I'roitn, Hartwell, ONE Hundred aud fifty- seven of His Majesty's OAK and ASH TREES, lying in VVAxk's and ATTERBUKY'S COPPICES, and open Quarters; also, the TOPS of 52 OAK TREES, felled fpr the Use 6fthe Navy, in the said Coppices, .- t-. j < o Catalogues may be had at the BuU's- Heacf, Fakley-, Lane; Black- Lion, Hanslope; Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer, Stony- Stratford. r To the RESPECTABLE FREEHOLDERS of th**^."':! COUNTY of . BEDFORD. GENTLEMEN, rJ^ HE County of Bedford has risen in, the ESTI- - L mation of all honest and independent Men. Th « . spirited Resistance with which you have met the Encroachment of over- grown Wealth and uriireii Influence, has at once displayed your LoyaltV and your Love of Independence: These Virtues are by no Means inconsistent,, though designing Knaves - and unprincipled Fools may conspire to tell you so ; in " , Truth, it is. the independent Man alone who' tan consult his Judgment or his Duty. But you' are'now called to the Exercise of another Virtue. Ycrur Patient Us to undergo a Trial " o'f some Severity. You are told by your « ew Representative, . that he has been chosen. on. public Grounds, that the Result of the Poll is a Proof of, your. Esteem of his Party and Principles, and a!, Marie of your Rctrobp. ion of his Predecessor! I should be soWy to be defective in Temper or good Breeding- vfKiie'I am pointing oui to VQU an Occasion for the Exemise- of Patience, but' • really some very plain Expressions have occurred to me, . by which our Reprobation of this Dcctrii .-.:, i'ght be signified; I will only observe, however,' tha'f the final. State of the Poll,' afrer the notorious Exeft. onS of so formidable a Coalition, leads me to Suspect that the worthy General is. mistaken.—' Ihe Contest in- Bedfordshire is, jn my Opinion, so far from. bping an Exception to the prevailing Royalty aud good Sense o( the- public Mind', that it a splendid Instance, and a pleasing Con'firfnatVm of it. The ' County of Bedford is not so. unworthy1, as the fJcneral supposes, to partake the public Triuipph ; we do not, and we wi- 11 not deserve the insulting Sneer with which, we are Complimented, upon an Event which yve honestly endeavoured to avert, and which we shall continue to tfegret till we have an Opportunity more ellectually to assert our Independence. We Will not abet the Encroachments of the Crown; jye will not yield to the Madness a}' the People; but neither will we consent, that a Combination of Peers shall conrroul and dictate the E lection of the Com- mons. I am confident that 1 express the Sentiments of Thousands, and I will use the Signature ot Thousands. An INDEPENDENT- FREEHOLDER. June Ist, 1807. : OUNDLE INCLOSURE. E, whose Names arf! hereunto subscribed, bfing Commissioners appointed in and by an Act of Parliament tor the said ' fnclosure, do hereby . give- Notice to all Persons and Bodies Corporate or Politic, who have or claim any Common or other Right, to or in any of the Lands to be inclosed Uy Virtue of the said Act, to deliver to us, at our MEETIHG to beheld forthat Purpose at the SWAN INN, in. OuNDLE, on TUESDAY thekid'Day of this instant JUNE, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, an Account or Schedule in Writing, signed by them or their respec- tive Husbands, Guardians, Trustees, Committees, or Agents; of such their respective Rights or Claims, and therein describe the Lands and Grounds, and the respective Messuages, Lands, Tenements, and Here- ditaments, in Respect whereof they shall respectively claim to be intitled to any and winch of such Rights i'n'and Upon the same, or any Pa, rt thereof, with the " N'irme or Names of the Personqf, Persons then in the acTTial Possession thereof, and the pari cular computed Quantities of the same respectively, a , d of what iWature aijd Extent such Right i-,' and, also in what ' Kighte- and for what Estates and Interests ilu- v cla m • the same jespectively, distinguishing : el- reehold from ' the Copyhold or Leasehold. Given under our Hands 4th Day of June, 1807, ' EDWARD HARE, * AV':> ^ H'EMRY CROFTS. • T RiaiuvForte sfbj CUmehtj' ti:) ;•' Mahogany Sideboard, with Cellaret- DraSvers; a Set Of Mahogany- © iiihnr- T! rtJH* r ' WnTi " ciTcuIai'"' fhds";' Pembioke, Card, and other Tables; Mahogany Book- case, with Drawers and- glazed DOOTS; Pier- and T> res* ing Glasses, Pointings and Drawings; circular Wash- Stands; N ight Tab! es;. Sets of Mahoginy,- Bambo*, Painted, and other - Chairs; Plate, Linen, China, Lustres, Chimney Ornaments, Dinner and Tea- TrayS; Glass, Earthenware, & c. } Carpets; Bath Grates; polished Fenders and- Kire- Iroiis,. Kitchen-' Range, and Culinary Requisites;- four Iroh bound Half- Hogshead, sweet Casks',! aifd three Kilderkins; , Half a Hogshead of fine Ale, jabout four Dozen of' C- urrant and other made Wines, and- three Gallons of Brandy; . Lady's Saddle and Bridle; and other Effects. Also, TWO useful HORSES, for Riding or Harness; which will be sold at Five o'Clock. To be viawed pn Tuesday j » receding the Sale, from Eleven id Three o'clock. Catalogues may be- had'at: fhe- White- Hart Inn, Leicester ; at the Printing- Offices, Northampton and " Wellingborough; White- Hart'Inn, Kettering; and of Mr. Smi( h, Auctioneer arid Land: Surveyor, Market- Harborough. "• ' fitlT'iff- Wlutt'lewood Forest. To be SOLD by AUCTI. OjSf, By J O H N D A Y , On Tuesday the 9. th of June, 1807,. at the Rein- Dear, Potterspury, ^ WO Hundred and fifty- one of His Majesty's OAK and ASH TREES, lving in ASHWEUL'. S CoppfcES; likewise, the TOPS of 860AK TREES, felled for the - Use of the - Navy, and the TOPS of- iive OAK TREES, felled for. Repairs of Fences, in- thie said Coppices. • ,...'. Also, on Thursday the 11th of June, at the Fox- and- Hourids, Whittlebury, Fifty- six of His Maiesty's O AK and AS H TRE£ S,, lying in SANDYHUR'ST and SHETLAND Coi'Ei. cps; a'lsp, the TOPS of 148 OAK TREES, felled for th= Use of the Navy, and the TOPS of 17 OAK TREES, felled for Repairs, in the said Coppices, . . Catalogues may be had at- the Green- Man,. Syresham Hatch; White- Horse, Silverstone ; Fox- and- Houft^ ls, J whittlebjiry; Rein- Deer, Potterspury; and of the Auctioneer,. Stpny.-$ tratford. . .„,.. To Carpenters, Joiners, dud Builders. To be SOLD by . AUCTION, WITH'OUT RESERVE, . By S. B RAtfPT O N, On the Premises, at NASSINCTON T WHARP, near Wansfo'rd, in the County of Northampton, on Wednesday the 10th Day of Jtnij,' ISO?. AValuable Lot of capital dry DRALS, having been laid in a dry Warehouse these ihree Years; consisting of one hundred and sixty 11 and 12 Feet Battitls, ninety- three- li- Inch 1' 2- leet l- mlard Deals, forty- tour li- Inch 14- Eeet Ditto, forty- two 2^- Inch 16- Feet Ditto, twenty- nine SJ. lnch 20- Feet Ditto, ninety 3- Inch 12- Feet Ditto, forty- seven 3- Inch 14- Feet Ditto, twelve 3- Inch 16- feet Ditto, twenty- three 3- Inch 18- Feet Ditto, thirty- four 3- Inch 20- Feet Ditto, and one hundred and nine 3- Inch 11 arid 12- Feet White Deals. Six Months' Credit will be given to Purchasers above. 10, by paying a Deposit of 10 per Cent, in • part of Payment, and giving a joint Note, on ap- proved Security, for the Remainder; or a Discount will be allowed for ready Money. The Deals will be sold in convenient Lots, . for the Accommodation of the Trade. For a View of the same, preceding the Sale, apply to Messrs. STILLIARDS & LOAL, Timber- Merchants, at. Nassington aforesaid. freehold Estate-, InrKumi Matting. To fee SOLD by^ VuCTlON, By Mr. SWTH, Oh Monday the tjd'qf Jul on tfie Premises, at tjl? 3 rf'at Three o'Clock, r- and- Brewer Inn, Oil iiie ricuuscs, .11 at BiIsdonijit) tMiCijuntjc. bj^. eicesfer, * LL that cnpital. ami most desirable weil- L.' known IN- N- - Mtk MALTING, called the A Lftc I-^ AND- BcR; EW Ftff,' in the Occupation Mr. John Leiswf, at StLSDON, who has Notice to quit at MichaelmaaTtieSt:; ( fcunslsting of a Brick and'. Slate Dwelling- House, with other suitable Out- oSicss, Yard Si CafdSn; - mQst excellent Putiip and Spring of'fine with a Piece of Ground thereto adjoiijipg j together witl) a Malting- Office, capable of dbirig a considerable Business ; with large Barn and Stabling for'upwards of 30 Horses. The Whole ' sttuslte- close to^ he Turnpike- Road, and only 9 Miles from. Leicester, andJO- from Uppingham, IN. B. The above Hojisa. is innigli Repute, and has a . great Deal of. constant gopd Custom, and where the Leicester and Stamford Coach and Stage . Waggons• Sto'p.! ' , ' Half the Purchase Money may remain on Security . Upon the Premises. May'- be^ viewed. by applying to the Tenant; and for , fuitljer Particulars, apply to Mr. THOMAS BILLINCS, . at H^ onv ngar. Bilsdon; Messrs. H- ODSON, " Solicitors,. Wellingborough ;, or to Mr.. Smith, Auctioneer and Lasid- Suryeyor, Market- Harborough. Live aiid Dead Farming- Stock, Cahnl Boats, To be SOLD by AUCTIO'N, • By JOHN DAY, W I T ' H A, U t R, E S I R V E', . .. On the Premises, at OLD- STRATFORD WHARF, on Wednesday the 10th- of June; 1807, the Property of the said Wharf Company, EIGHT Shropshire Oxen', 43 W& stern EjjreH and 28 Lambs, three stout Cart Horses, two Waggons, three Carts, Ploughs, Harrows,, Horse Harness, Winnowing- Fan and Bam Tackle, Several Hundred Weight of old Iron, a Quantity of Wood of VaAho, TOIRTEfiN stout TRADING BOATS, in good Repair, one in each Lot. The Sale to begin With. the Farming- Stock exactly at Ten o'Clock. Building Materials qf a Mansion- House,. , Called SiMrsoN PLACE, one Mile'from Fenny- Stratford^. Bucks. To be SOLD by AUCTION, - By JO. HN DAY, IN LOTS, On the premises, on Wednesday the 17th of June instant, exactly at Ten o'Ctatk, A LL the MATERIALS of the said House; XX consisting of Building and Paving Brick, Tiles, Ice. ; about five Tons of Lead Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sec. ; clean Deal, Oak and other Floors, Beams and Joists, Doors' arid Door Cases, Sashes ' and Frames, Marble arid Stone Chimney- Pieces, Stabs, ttc. with various- other Articles; which will be expressed " in Catalogues, to be had, three Days before Sale ( from which Time the House may beviewed), by applying to Mr. SiBTHpRP, of Walton, near the Premises also at thi George Itin, Waburn; Swan, Fenny- Stratford; Anchor, Newport- Pagnell; Eagle- and- Child, Leightbn; and bf the Auctioneer., in Stony- Stratford, • . • N. B. The Grand- Junction Canal passes Within200 ' Y- srds. of thtsaid. Premises.- - "•'— To ; be SOLD hj\ AUCTION, By S. BRAMPTON, On Monday the 15th Day of June, 1807, at the . Sun Irin, in Rowell, in the County of North- ampton, at Fouro'Ciock in the Aliernwn, on such Conditions as will be then and there produced, in two Lots, Lot 1. Desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; - C\ ^ consisting . of a. Dwelling - House and Premises-; situated in RO\ V£ LL aforesaid, opposite . the Sun Inn, and fronting the Turnpike- Road Lading to ^ Jarket- ilarborough; containing a Rood Cellar, two Rooms, in front, . Larder, & c. with litewhousc,' Jback Xitthen,. three Sleeping- Kooms in the Front,- and Garitts . over the same, with convenient Yard and small Garden, lett to a Tenaot si Will; and now in the Ocfupatiqn of Mr. Edmond Vial Is, Lot 2. ir, hree. FR P. EHOLIV'M 1. SSUAG ES orXENfe-' MENTS/ pleasantly situated in BR i DCE'- STR EET, in ROWELjL aforesaid ; consisting of two Houses- iiv Fronts aril convenient SleepiiW- Rpomsoyer the'same, and one ' tenement in the Yaw, with two Rooms on the first Floor, and Chambers over the same, with a very convenient Yard and Garderi; and Out- offices, lett to Tenants jand now in the Occupations of Wm. Goodman, Johh Tibbets, and William Coles; and one other rich Piece of Garden Ground, lett to Robert . Moore; also, a Right of Common for a Cow and Followers* on the extensive Common in the open Fiejdof R. owell. - ' i For a View of the Premises, apply to the " TENANTS ; and for further Particulars, to the AUCTIONEER, at Kettering; '••' Copyhold Estate, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By S. BRAMPTON, On Friday the 26th of June instant, 1807, " at the White- Hart Inn, in Kettering, in the County of Northampton, at Five o'clock in. the Afternoon, On such Conditions as will be there and then pro- duced, . ASubstantia! Stone- buUt DWELLINS4l6lJSE and PREMISES, pieasaptly situated in DUN- MOSR- S^ REET, in KETTERI NO aforesaid ; containing an- excellent arched Cellar, two good Rooms in tho • From, three convenient Sleeping- Rooms, and good. Garrets over the same ; a Kitchen, and back Kitchen or Brewhouse, and Out- offices, with * Yard and Garden entire. The above Premises are very convenient'for a private Family; and may be entered upon at Michaelmas next. ... , ..,, ,, For a, View of'the Premises,^ of ftjrther Particulars, apply to the AUCTIONS £ K J at Kettering. TOVYCF. STt. it ASSOCIATION, Tor prosecuting F E L. O. N S,. IfC. fTMIE General Annual Meeting of this Society J will be held at the WHITE- HORSE INN, in TOWCESTER, on THURSDAY next, the 11th Instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon; when the Treasurer's Accounts will be produced, settled, and audited; and at which the Attendance of each Member is requested. '"' ' " ','. ~ Dinner on the Table at Two o'Clock. M. 3. KIRBY, Treasurer and Solicitor; Tomeester, June bib, 1807. MlLlINERY- ANT)-. DF; ESS- MAKi^- a- t ISS_ BLAXLEY respectfully JN/ ORIIA TW.- Friends and the Public, she is returned froril LOKOON with a fashionable Assortment of MILLI- IFN Y Gooo. I and LADIES' DRESSES; which wi^ he ready tor Inspection on WEDNESDAY next the lO'ih instant. '- Mi** B. acknowledges with Gratitude the many" Favours she . has received, and hopes, by a diligent Attention, to merit a Continuance of them. WANTED immediately, An AprR£ NTfcE.- i- A DAY Ar r R F. NTI c T is also wanted.. - Dunstable, June Ktb, 1.807. Friday and Saturday s Posts, LONDON, June 5. HIS MAJESTY'* BIRTH - DAY. JXTESTF. RDAY being the Anniversary of his JL Majesty's birth, who entered into his 70th year, the park and tower guns were fired at noon, and answered from the different wharfs, and by the ships in the river, which wefe decorated with the colours of their respective nations. The mail- coaches, with the drivers and guards attired in new clothing, formed a procession to St. James's; aud at night the Public- Offices, the Mansion- house, the Theatres, the Subscription- houses, those of his Majesty's tradesmen, and several others, were brilliantly illuminated. The multitude of persons who gained admit- tance to the Palace, exceeded all that has- been known for a series of years, The cbippany con- tinued going to the Palace from half- past twelve o'clock till past four. The line of carriages, at one time, reached as far as Bruton- stveet; and numbers, in consequence, cot out of their car- riages and walked to the Palace, but with great difficulty got through the immense crowd. About half- past twelve her Majesty and the Princesses left the Queen's Palace, with the Prin- cess Charlotte of Wales, for St. James's. On entering the- Drawing- Rooni, the Princesses ar- ranged themselves to the left of her Majesty to- wards theThrone. The Prince of Wales entered immediately after, paid his respects to her Ma- jesty, and remained in private conversation with her for near five minutes. About three o'clock the Princess of Wales entered. As her Royal Highness passed through the rooms where the | spectators were assembled, they received her with clapping of hands, and on her return frtim the Drawing- Rooin the same mark of respect was shewn.— Upon her Royal Higlniess's entrance, she paid her respects to her Majesty j after which she spoke to the Prince, and they conversed. together for several minutes.— A few minutes after her Majesty had entered the Grand Council Chamber, the Lord Chamberlain waved his wand as a token for the performance of the following Ode:— STI L" L does the trumpet's brazen throat Pour forth a martial sound, Still do the notes of battle float In warlike clangour round; Nor rural pipe, nor past'ral lay, In peiceful descant hail the day lo grateful BRITAIN ever dear; The thunder of embattled plains, And shouting conquest's choral strains, Burst, on the list'ning ear. Yet while Bellona's iron car Whirls o'er the ensanguin'd plains, ' Mid Hyperborean climes afar Stern war terrific reigns; While, with colossal power endow'd, The ruthless Minister of Blood Calls to his scatrer'd naval host— « ' Go forth, and bid the bolts of fate On Britain's trembling harbours wait. Shut commerce from her coast." Behold, the sov'reign Queen of Isles, The Empress of the Waves,' Meeting the vaunt with scornful smiles, The empty menace braves; ' And see on Plata's sea- broad stream, Her banners wave, her bright arms gleam; While, ploughing seas of classic fame, Nile yields once more to Albion's poto'rs, And Alexandria vails her tow'rs To GEO ICE'S mightier name. Firm are the sons that Britain leads To combat on the main, And firm her hardy race that treads In steady march the plain. A nd proudly may her bards record The victor arm, the victor sword, That drives the foe from Ocean's tide; And loudly ton, with fond acclaim. Chant trophied Maida's deathless fame With military pride. Be hush'd awhile each ruder sound, While Britain's grateful voice Bids all ii- r echoing vales resound The Monarch of her choice. Thoiu^ i round the Tyrant's hated throne A rm'u legions form an iron zone. They cannot blunt guilt's scorpion sting, While Virtue's sacred shield is spread O'er George's heav'n- protected head— The Parent and the King. Her Majesty continued to receive the company with the greatest affability till near five o'clock, when she retired. LADIES' DRESSES. The QUEEN— A lilac and silver tissue petticoat, trimmed with draperies of point Brussels lace, with point Biussels lace flowered pocket holes; the front of the draperies ornamented with la'ge diamond ro- settes, from which were suspended diamond bows and tassels; the under drapery fancifully ornamented with diamonds, in sloping stripes; the mantle to correspond with the drapery. sss of WALES— A I . -. • : i . M OS'I C. FSTERNBERG ' respectfully begs to return . his Thanks to . the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends, forthe Encouragement they have been pleased to favour him with since his Residence in NO RTH- AMPTON, and to inform'them, he has lately re- moved frt> m his House in St. Giles'vStrret, to a House in SHEEP- STREET, late in the Occupation of Mr. Rowton ; where he has for Sale. a. Second- band PIANO- FORTE ( by Bmtdtvmd), which will bcsold on reasonable Terms, and may be seen at his House in Sheep- Street. A Room is kept for the Inspection of New Music, with which he is constantly supplied from the first Shops in London. The PIANO- FORT* taught; and Scholars punctually attended to. N. T. The best ROMAN STRTOCS for ViolinS and Violoncellos. - Sheep. Sttrefr May 30<- 6, 1807. \ WANTED, A YOUTH, of liberal Education, as an APPRENTICE to a CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, & c. For Particulars, apply to Mr. MARSHALL, Parade, Northampton. • PAPER- HANGINGS. ABEL'fcus Leave respectfully'to inform his' .. Friends and the Public, that he has always on Sale an extensive. and fashionable A ssortment of PAPER- HANGINGS and BO RDE R'S,' from the f. iSt-' Manufacturers, which prevents the unpleasantness Of'Delay When " ordered from Pattern. - " - fiST Rooms papered-' on the shortest Notice. WILLIAM SPONG RESPECTFULLY.. acquaints his Friends and the Public in general, that lie continues to receive any ARTICLE of FURNITURE they may wish to deposit in his Care, either for private Sale, or public Auction ( if not sold, no Charge made for Warehouse Rooni). ' To be sold, a double- rowed HARPSICORD, with SWELL, & c. ( by Kirhnan). Wellingborough, June bib, 1B07. N0RTlIAMPTONSH[ 1! E YEOMANRY CAVALRY, m ® Gentlemen of the CHIPPINGWARDEN TROOP are.- requested to meet, for Exercise, at EDCCOTT-- I. OI> GE - MILL, - op MONDAY the 8th, TUESDAY the 9th, FRIDAY the 12th, and SATURDAY the 13th of JUNE instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Mornings. THOMAS CARTER, Captain. Edgcott, May Tltb. 1807. I '' ANTED, An Apprentice in the LINEN SHA EUSTONE FIRE. THE Committee appointed, for managing the Affairs ot' the Sufferers by the lite Fire, beg Leave to inform ihe < ubllc, that they have funder the Autho it. v of the Magistrates of Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire) circulated an Account of the Losses sustained, together witha Letter addressed to th • Minister and Churchwardensot the several Parishes . in the County -> f Northampton, and of some ot the and WO'OLLEN'- DRAPERY LINE, in a i » iiJC « n' in, the Counties. of Bucks and Oxford, good Market Town, 60 Miles from London. As thti l rernjestnig their Assistance in collecting the Donations Lad willbe- treatedayoneof the Family, a Prufti'um ! at. Hurnanej which Accc tint and Letter they hope will beexpected. - ... * Apply ( if by. Letter, KINSON, Prlnttt, Huntingdon. ANTED, A* stout active YOUNC as an APPRENTICE to a BAKER. Apply to' SAMuit Me*,' near th£ Church," fit Wellingborough. MRS. & Miss EREAKF. S rrspcotfoHj in'orth their Friends, their VACATION will com- mence on WEDNESDAY, JUNE p/ tfi, 1207. The Seminary will be opened again on Monday, July m. Post- paid),' to MrtV-; WffV* if « !> Y « He ts, u ® rc, s tJieir, most jon ' J. ' ..- . ' .;" . J'gratcft! Ihanks to the Marquis of . Buckingham, for THEATRE, NORTHAMPTON, THE' LAST WEEK BUT ONE. On MONDAY, June 8th, by Desire of Colonel DEL AVAL, For the Benefit of Mr. and Mrs. NORMAN, KOTEEBOE'S- PLAY OF LOVERS' VOWS. The following new COMIC Sotios, called THE SIGNS OF NORTHAMPTON, Or Bonaparttfs Reception among the Landlords; And, The JOLLY SHOEMAKERS; To be sung by Mr. NORMAN. The Song of " The Careful Wife," by Miss JACKSON. And the Musical Farce of • YOVTH, LOVE, and FOLLY. On V?> DN£ SDAY the 10th, the celebrated Tragedy of MAHOMET; or, THE IMPOSTOR. And the Farce of HOB IN THE WELL. On FRIDAY the 12th, by Desire of Lord ALTHORP, THE COMEDY OF THE WONDER! A WOMAN KEEPS A. SECRET. And the Musical Farce of THE TURNPIKE GATE. A PLAY on SATURDAY the 18th. OnMoNDAY thelSth, by Desire of The O F FIC E RS and CO RP S ........ or ME Northampton and Castle.- Ashby Volunteer Infantry, PERFORMANCES As will be in a future Advertisement. w WANTED, A COOK AND KOOI. MAN, M A RL private. Family, where there is Housemaid j • and Coachman kept. : .. Apply to Mr. W » 5t>,.. Printer, Bedford. ' PLASTERERS. ' ''• WANTED immediately, SEVERAL. HANDS in the above Branch. Eiiquire of JAMES CHAMBERLAIN, Northampton. MANTEM JOTOWYMAN TAILOR, who • v is n good Workman, well understands his Business in- all its Branches, and can undertake to make a Garment of any Description-. Such a Person may meet with Employment for a considerable Time, by applying to Mr. JOHN SPRING, of Ridgmont, near Woburn,. Beds. " ANTES" immediately, a JOURNEYMAN TRIMMER and HARNESS- MAKER. Enqbire of Mr. BECKSTT, Coach- maker, Hunt- ingdon.— A steady Man will meet with constant Employ. . lb Joiners, Ciurpenters^ imd ChairSTur iters. " fXFANTED immediately, A good Hand in both t V Branches Constant E his eany Donation of Bedding, and for the Sum of MAN,) Fifty Pounds.'"' SAMUEL BLENCOWE. THOMAS FAWCETT. GILBERT FLESHER. June Ist. 1807- H. BE A U CLERK. K CREDITORS who have proved their Uebts under the Commission of Bankrupt Lawaideti and isst)? d against THOMAS BAUCUTT, 1 late of LONG- BUCKBY, in the County of Northampton, Money- Scrivener, Dealer and Chapman, are desired to meet the Assigptes of. his Estate at the WHEAT- SHEAF INN, in' DAVENTRY, on FRIDAY the 12th Day of JUNE instant, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, in order to assent to, or dissent from, the Assignees selling all or any Part of the Bankrupt's Freehold and Reversionary Estates, and also his Household Goods and personal Estate, by Public Auction or Private Contract; and to assent to, or dissent from, the Assignees commencing, prosecuting, or defending, any Suit or Suits at Law, or in Equity, for Recovery of any Part of the said Bankrupt's Estate or Effects ; 1 and. alSo to their compounding, submitting to Arbi- tration, or otherwise agreeing any Matter or Thing relating thereto; arid on other special Affairs. • JtJnJJs, - grftewr, of • ire, to S\ liss tin}}, Employ may be ha< T, by WILLIAM ALMOND, at the HorSe- Dingley, near Market- Hajborough, Leicestershire. Dinghy, Mayl& th, 1807. applying to Mr and- Jockev, at To be LETT or SO LD, FIVE TUPS, from a very capital MarJnp Ram, out of Ryland and South- Down Ewes. To be viewed any Day previous to the 1st of July, 1807. Apply to Mr. HXWE- NS, Castle- Ashby, North- amptonshire. June 4th, lfj07. -------- - Farming Stock and Household- Furniture, To be, SOLD by ' At'C T I O N, By Mr. KIRSHAW, On the- rremises of Mr.. JOHN. LUCY, . deceased, at WOLLASTON, in th&. COtim- y of Northamptpn, . on TliUrsday the 11th Day. of June, 180?. r-' r rjiHEfSi- oCK consists of 19Couples, two" Cows, J one Calf, Part of a Rick of C lover, one Nar row- wheel Cart, with Ladders, Sheep.. and- Cow Cribs; , WELLINGBOROUGH ASSOCIATION, For tht Protection of PROPERTY, and Prosecution of THIEVES. THE Annual Meeting of this Association will beheld at the SCHOOL- HOUSE, in WSI. LINO- BOROUOH, on WEDNESDAY next, the 10th Day of JUNE Instant, precisely at Eleven o'Clock in" the Forenoon; when and where the Members are requested to attend to pass the Treasurer's Accounts, and transact the other Buiiness of the Societv. JOHN HODSON, Treasurer and Solicitor. Wellingborough, June bth, 1807. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. ROBINSON. AttheCeorge Inn, in Thrapston, on Tuesday the 15th . of June instant,, between the Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, ...... . , AFREEHOLDCLOSE of rich convertible LAND, the P'' « at « , amed adjoining to the Town of THRAPSTON, con- - town; and the. di tairiing about seven Acres, more or less, fenced with — L exceeding good. Quick Hedges, and in the Occupation of Mr. Chambers I. eete. . For a View of the Premises, apply to Mr... ROBINSON, of Thrapston aforesaid. To. be SOLD by AUCTION; By A. BUS WELL, At the House of Mr. Amos, the Sign of tiie Wheat- ' ' Sheaf, at TOWCESTER, in the County of North- ampton, on Thursday the 18th Day of June instant, TTPWARDS of 60 valuable OAK TIMBER one Plough', Pair of Hart'oWs, a QUantityof Manarei I in smali LotSi for , he Convenience VnrV<- . Winnnwtno- ran. M* minm '• W * Ureiiasef!,. Forks, Rakes, Sieves, Winnowing. Fan, and various other. Articles. The Company are requested to meet at the Wheat The Hdos. HoLB- FORN. TUR* consists of Kedsteads I ^ the Morning, from thence and Bedding, Oak Tables, Chairs.-. XooICirig. Olasses, j B,, r<; utt- W?° d' th? Pla. ce of > a>-- 30- Hoiir Clock, Kitchen and Scullery Utensils in | Cataloiu general, Iron- bound Casks; 18- Gallon Copper, Churn, Mil- k- Lead and Pancheons, with numerous other Articles. " •>; •;••"' The Sile to begin withthe Stock at TenVCl. ocV,'.: ' Mrt'**''' t ' » *'•"•'. ' v. •' 111 '•",•• • II. IKII i ' il'i'mwiii ' J. To b'errLET T, .. , ... >'.- And may be ent « red upan immediately, THE WHITE- HORSE PUBLIC- HOUSE, in PEBBLE- LANE, WELLINGBOROUGH." For Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to D. DuLiky,, of the said " Place. Weir. xgbypuih, June Sfh, 181) 7. . Tc be ' is O L D, ASingle - Horse CHAISE, with HARNESS complete. Enquire of Mr. SAMU* L WOOLSTON, Welling borough. To DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. WHEREAS RICHARD CROW, of Toicceiter, Butcher, hath, by Deed, conveyed all his real Estate, and assigned all his personal Estate, to Mr. Pickering Phipps, of Towcester, Common Brewer; and Mr. Charles Phipps, of Towcester, Butcher; in Trust, for themselves and such other of the Cre- ditors of the said Richard Crow, who shall, by themselves or their respective Agents, execute the said Deed on or before Tuesday the 17th Day of June instant: Notice is therefore hereby given, that the said Deed lies at. the Office of Mr. Kirby, Attorney at Law, in Towcester,. for the Signatures of such of the Creditors who think proper to partake of the Trusts of the same.— And that all Persons who stand indebted to the said Richard Crow, are re- quired to pay their respective Debts to the said Assignees, or the said Mr. Kirby, without Delay ; otherwise Actions must inevitably be commenced, and prosecuted for Recovery of them. Tov.' cester, June & th, 1807. Te be SOLD by A U C TI ON," WILLIAM BEESLEYt At the Sign of the Green- Man, at Syresham Hatch, in the County of-' jforthainptOn. tiitTriday. the 12j& of ( June, 1807. ; - ' AN' Assortment » f HOUSEHOLD - FURNI- TURE ; comprising Bedsteads,. witii Furniture^ Feather and Flock Beds ; Blankets', Bed- Hillers, and Sheets ; sundry good Oak Chests of Drawers; Tables and Chairs ; Swing Glasses ; japanned Tea- Trays.; Fife- trorts; with Kitchen Furniture in general, and n? aBy other Articles, too numerous to insert. - " Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock. Catalogues may be had at the Place of Sale. Joiucester, June ith, 1807. Princess of WALES— A lilac and silver tissue, richly ornamented with variegated flowers in embroidery, elegantly intermixed with silrei and foil, and a white and silver tissue train richly fringed. The neck dress other Royal Highness was composed of beautiful plain lace to project, sometiiing after that kind usually worn by Mary Queen of Scots. The head- dress of diamonds and ostrich feathers. The whole had a most magnificent effect. Princess CHARLOTTE— A pink and silver slip, with a beautiful Brussels lace frock to wear over it, and a pink and silver girdle. Princess AUGUSTA— A yellow crape petticoat, em- broidered with silver, a sash placed across the petti- coat, with a border of honeysuckles, designed after the antique, with Vandyke embroidered draperi* s; body and train to correspond. Princess ELUABETU— A superb dress of apricot and silver tissue; the right side a magnificent drapery, composed of an Etruscan net of silver beads, divided by a thick bouillon, chains of beads in dead silver, - relieved with bright bouillon, ornamented with massy wreaths of Jaurel in silver ( oil, and bouquets ofches^. Tiut blossoms, with the kernel bursting from the shell. The bottom finished with a wreath of laurel, in raised - foil and beads, the whole looped up with large silver cords and tassels; robe of apricot and silver tissue, trimmed with broad Vandyke, silver fringe, point lace, and diamonds. Princess MARY— Brown crape embroidered with Silver and pink roses, over a petticoat of Royal purple, oval draperies, richly spangled all over, and terminated with marking borders of dead and bright foil, in Vandykes, with roses beautifully variegated, inters- persed in the embroidery, the whole completed with elegant cords and tassels ; robe, brown purple and silver tissue, trimmed with broad Vandyke fringe, point lace, and diamonds. Princess SOPHIA— A pea- green petticoat, over which a scarf drapery of the same colour, magni ficently embroidered in silver pines and branches, on the right side a wing of scale embroidery, and on the left, a drapery, richly spangled, and beautiful fringe round the bottom of the petticoat; the robe of green and silver tissue, elegantly trimmed with silver, and looped down the sleeves with silver chains and acorns. An elegant plume ot groen and white feathers, and a profusion of diamonds. Duchess of YORK— A white sarsnet petticoat, richly embroidered with an Etruscan border, in silver dra-. peries; a sliver tissue, drawn up, and ornamented with wreaths of silver hops; train, silver tissue, trimmed with wreaths of hop leaves; Brussels lace sleeves, with diamond armlets and brooches. Head- dress, diamonds and feathers. The Gentlemen were Mostly in military and naval uniforms, To COVER, this Season, 1807, AT WILLIAM DANIEL'S, at WOOTTON, neat- Bedford, at One Guinea a Mare and One Shilling the Man, F KING WILLIAM; a thorough- bred Blood Horse, who lias proved himself as good a Hunter as any one in this Country ; and his Stock is very promising for the same. Good Grass for Mares at 4s. ( id. per Week.— Mares and Foals at ( is. per Week. All Expenccs to be paid before the Mares are taken away. Valuable Live Stock, Faming Utensils, fyc. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By T. B ROO# S, On the Premises, on Friday the 12th of June, 1907, THE valuable LIVE STOCK, FARMING, DAIRY, and BREWING UTENSILS, some HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, and sundry other EFFECTS, of Mr. TOMKINS, at HOUCHTON- CONQuEST CHAPEL- END, Bedfordshire, who is leaving his Farm ; consisting of six capital Draught Horses, and two Two- year- old Colts ; six fire Dairy Cows, two Sturks, and one weaning Calf; 52 well- bred Sheep ; 10 store Pigs, one In- pig Sow, and two large fat Hogs; a good Narrow- wheel Waggon, four Narrow- wheel Dung Carts, and one Six- inch- wheel Ditto; seven Com Hovel- Frames, one Cart Hovel, four Ploughs, and seven Harrows; Corn- Sereen and Barn Tackle; Harness for nine Horses i Cow- Cribs, Troughs, Ladders, Forks, Rakes, Ac, ; eight good Milk- Leads, good Three- dozen Churn, and Milk- Kivers and Pails j a 36- Galloa Copper, smaller Ditto, Eight - bushel Mash- Vat, Brewing- Tubs, Iron- bound Pipes, Hogsheads, and Half- Hogsheads; a good large Salting- Lead, large Quantity ot old Iron, and sundry Lots of" useful Household- Furniture. May be viewed on the Morning- of Sale, which will begin precisely at Eleven o'Clock.. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J. K'fLPIN, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 9th Day of June, 1S07, PART of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, DAIRY and BREWING UTBN. SI LS, some HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS, and other EFFECTS,, of the late Mr. BENJAMIN SHARMAN; of WILOSN SHRUBBERY, in the County of Bedford ( his Widow leaving the Farm). The LIVE and DEAD STOCK consists of 52 well- bred Couples, and la Lambhogs; a young in- Calved Cow, a Three- year- old Ditto, down- calving, and a barren Cow; a capital Black" Cart horse, seven Years old, and useful Cart Mare and Horse Colt; Narrow- wheel Waggon; stout NiJii- inch- wheel Dung Cart, almost new; a painted Four- inch- wheel Ditto; eight Ploughs anflSwelltrees; three Pair of Harrows; Harness for three Horses; Horse, Cow, and Sheep- Cribs; Hog- Troughs; Plough Timber; two Dozen of Hurdles; Co- n- Screen, Gig, two Bushels, and sundry Barn Tackle, stout- Ten- bushel Mash- Vat; four good iron- bound Pi - s; Milk- Lead and Kimnels; Grindstone and Frame, The Hous EHOLB- FURNITURE consists of a Bedstead, Cord, and Mat; Flock- Bed and Bolster; Blankets and Quilts; six Chairs, with Leather Seats; si* Kitchen jChaift; three Foot Tables; large Brass Kettles; | two large Oak Linen Chests; aud sundry other Effects. The BobKs consist of Rapin's History of England five Vols. Folio, in good Condition; Burn's JusticeL four Vols! sixteenth Edition; and a Number of other valuable Books. ? The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock in the Morning withthe Household- Furniture. ( fT AH Persons having any Claim on the Effects of the late BENJAMIN SHARMAN, are desired to send their Accounts; and all Persons who are indebted to the late Mr. Sharman, are desired to pay their re- spective Bills to Mr. William Emery, of ( Uvensden Grange; ot to Mr. John Peacock, of Ravensrteo, Bed*, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By MASON & SON, On Thursday the 18th Day of June, 1807, about Two o'Clock in the Afternoon; at the Sign of the Foxr in Chafwelton, near DaVentry, in the County Of Northampton, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced ( unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract, of which timely Notice will be given), AVery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, Tythe- free, and I. and- Tax low, situate in the Parish of BGDD1NGTON, in the County of Northampton, a small Distance from the Town; consisting of two Closes of rich Arable and Pasture Land, adjoining each other, and containing together, in Statute Measure, 12A: 2P. and now in the Occupation of Mr. Jonas Payne, who will shew the Premises. The Tenant is under Notice to quit at Old Michael- masnext. For further Particulars, and to treat forthe Purchase, m the mean Time, by Private Contract, apply to Mr. MARTITI PEARSON, of Spratton; or to Mr. BUSWELL, Solicitor. wa Northampton. LONDON, June 6. YESTERDAY Morning arrived a Danish Mail, wliich has brought intelligence . Qf consi- derable importance. '•"..'•' Accounts froiri. Berlin, inserted in the ltyigrhpt, which piay be considered as the avant Courier of a French Bulletin, state, that just as preparations were making to storm Dantzic,. the garrison pro- posed fojcapituiatp, No date is attached © flits; information, as. coming from Dantzic;,.. qorvis, it stated, thSt a practicable'breach Ifad been made in the walls; but the place' is said in - various accounts, to have, been reduced to the last extremity from the want of provisions. It see'n. s ' the Rus- sians had made several vigorous' attempts to throw in relief, but it'is feared without effect,. though it appears tacitly admitted oil the part jjf the enemy, that die latter had sulfered considerably by these movements. • . " •"' A private letter from Hamburgh, dtuta May 80th, states as follows :—" Advice has been moment received by an Extraordinary. ( Jpuriei^ that Dantzic capitulated on the 26th instant." The Swedish papers afford us an official acco% rhi of the honours conferred upon General . Es& eo » notwithstanding the armistice which our news" papers have denounced as so disgraceful. It is still, however, asserted,, that his Swedish MajesOv lias no intention to desert the cause of- the allies. • The Fleche sloop, arrived yesterday at Ports- mouth - from Havre, has brought the report of an armistice having been concluded on the Continent, with conditions highly favourable to this country. Yorkshire contested Election. — Never was a stronger contest than has taken place for this important county. Mr. Wilberforce has hitherto deservedly headed the poll. Mr. Lascelles kept about 300 a'- head of Lord Milton till Tuesday ( the twelfth day); and on Thursday the, 14th day, the numbers were as follows.: Mr. Wilber& rce 11,553 " Lord Milton 10. S08 3 Mr. Lascelles .". 1.0,555 Qn Titas% Ac:;, Mr.- Wai. - iji tfrket- ilarboroti^ h, Leicester!, bL the same place.' Same day, at Ashby- Mnena, Leicestershire, Mr. Stevens, of Froleswoi'- rii, to Miss Crowder, of the former place. DIED.] Lately, at Eijlingtjn, Lincolnshire, Henry Short, Esq. formerly Lieutenant- Colonel in the Royal Dragoons. Af Oundle school, on Saturday se'nnight, of zcater vtf. the head, Master Charles Manton, aged 12 years. The. head was opened by Mr. John Mould, surgeon, in the presence of' Dr. Skrim- shire, of Peterborough, who had attended in con- junction with Mr. Mould through the whole pro- gress of the disease, when the nature of the case was elearly and decidedly ascertained. On. Tuesday se'nnight, Mr. John Rushton, of Warwick." ' Lately, in the 81st year of her age, Mrs. Norton, widow of Mr: George Norton, of Wansford, Huntingdonshire. On Wednesday se'nnight, aged 25, Mr. Charles Neyill, of Sutton- Coldfield, Warwickshire. A. few days ago, at Geddington, in this county, Mr. Samuel Ashby. , The Rev. John Anderson, vicar of St. Nicholas, in Leicester, is presented, by Sir Charles Grava Hudson; Bart. . to the vicarage of Wanlip, in that county. On Monday se'nnight, the President and . Fellows of Trinity College, Oxford, presented the Rev. Thomasl Lee, B. D. to the rectory of Bartdn- un- the- Heaih, Warwickshire, void by the death of the Rev. Dr. Wilmot. , Thprsd& y being the birth- day of our beloved Sovereign, when his- Majesty entered the - fOth year of his'age,- and the 47th of his reign, the same was observed in this town with every cleuion- s'tration of loyalty. . The morning was ushered in by the ringing- of bells; and at noon the 43th regiment of '- Fotit, commanded by Colonel Do- nelan; . tihfc'Althorp, Northampton, and VVymi. rsley troops- tif Yeomanry, and the Northampton Vo- - lunteer Cavalry; the Northampton Volunteer infantry, ailil the Castle- Ashby Volunteer's, as- sembled; in the Square, when the 1 loops lired three voilies, which were followed by a like num- ber from a party of Yeomanry dismounted upon the occasion, and the corps of Infantry, in suc- cession ; after which they passed in review before the Earl of Northampton, Lord Lieutenant oi the county, and Colonel Delaval, Inspecting Field Officer-. of Volunteer Corps. In the afternoon, the Yeomanry and Volunteer Officers, and a number of ted at the different Inns in the day was spent with that loyal attachment to his Majesty, which ou^ ht' ever* to distinguish the occasion. . The aboveTmentioned troops of Yeomanry, and the Northampton Volunteer, Cavalry, assembled ihere on- Monday, and remained on permanent dnty,. filie. former for six. and the latter for four days, pUfsfinanf to orders issued for that purpose. They- were attended into the field each day by Earl Sjpebcer; and upon being dismissed this day, re- ceived the thanks of his Lordship for their atten- tion to military duty. Ofand Junction Canal.— Yesterday, the annual meeting of the Grand Junction Canal Company took place at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, in the . Strand.— Wm. Praed, Esq. being called to the Chair, Mr. Harvey, the superintendant of the company's affairs, read a general statement of the works and concerns of the Canal; from which it appeared, that the gross receipts for tonnage, during, the, last half year, have been as follows, viz. , j . ; V From the 1st Nov. to the 31st Dec. 1S06 ^. 16,855 9 January,, 1807 - ," J, 351 S February • , . . 6,559 IS March .' i - . - 8,3Li6 15 - April - - - - a 7,4- 10 ; i The only complete System qf Practical Agriculture ever published.' This Day is published, a new Edition, revised and enlarged, in two very large Volumes, Quarto, Price Four Guineas anda Halnjn Boards, illustrated • with nearly 100 Engravings, 30 of which are co- loured from Nature, representing various Kinds of Implements and other Machinery adapted to the most improved Methods of Cultivation, the most approved Grasses, and the principal Breeds of Sheep and Cattle, frortt anginal Drawings by CARRARN & SCOTT, ACOMPLETE SYSTEM ot PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE, including all the I » ! OOERN IMPROVEMENTS and DISCOVERIES, in which the Principles of Chemistry are applied in Explanation of the Nature and Composition of Soils and Manures; and those of other Sciences in the Breeding, Rearing, and Fattening of different Sorts of Live Stock. The Whole intended to combine and explain fully and completely the Principles and Practice of the ART ot MODERN HUSBANDRY. By R. W. DICKSON, M. D. Of Hendon, in Middlesex, Honorary Member of the Board of Agriculture, Sec. & c. Printed for RICHARD PHILLIPS, NO. 6, Bridge- Street, Blackfriars, London ; and sold by all Book- sellers.— Of whom may be had, Mr. AKTHUR YOUNC'S FARMER'S KALINDIR, Price Half- a. Cui. ziea, in Boards. NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, June 6. , •; , ~ = 6.46,683 7 Afttri s< jafte discussion respecting the appro- pnatioii'of-. faFfher sums to the sinkingTund oi' the company, ijc was agreed to leave, ihe same . as it stood siiicc the- last Meeting; and a divkland of one and a half per cent, was declared, exclusive - of tlje property tax, to take place. ia July next. On the whole the affairs of the Company- seemed in so prosperous a state, as to. give . general satis- faction to the proprietors present. A' correspondent, who has wi'tiieSkea - the dis- tressing effects of the Jtrf at ' Silverstone, which arose from Singeing a pig, cannot help' wishing that the dangerous practice- of singeing pigs' was entirely Jaid aside, . and a safer method adopted in its . stead. Perhaps it may not be generally known, that in tire northern counties of this kingdom, the haSqn- hogs are universally icatded. Westmoreland hams, which are so highly esteemed in London for theic superior flavour, are all made from scutded pjgsj the practice of singeing being entirely un- known in that county. The - design of singeing is to clear the skin of its hairs; but scalding answers- this purpose much more effectually, as it brings ttp the hairs by the root; and tlie instance just mentioned proves that, the flavour of the bacon, if properly cured and well dried, is not at all injured . tLereby, but rather improved. Prejudice, no doubt,. is very strong on the side of the custom ; - but as the practice of singeing is dangerous in all - situations, and more, especially so in the neigh- boirfhood of thatched'buildings; one would think, that the riigthod'' of scalding, which is attended with no danger , at all, might he brought into use in this part of the'country amongst sensible and con- sidering people, as it has lorjg been in other parts. About five o'clock o. n, Wednesday morning last, a caro- miU ( siituate a little distance from Finedon Bj idge), belonging to Mr. Warren, of Welling. borough, was discovered to be nil fire; and aitho. ugh- aii engine, with every other . possible assistance, was irtimfediatiily procured, the internal part . of- the will was " nearly destroyed, bu t great part of- the j » taSh was presSn^ d,:—' The premises. beiQg insured, " in the Norwifch Union Fire- Office, it is expected the proprietor will not sustain much loss. cOft the 23. d ' ult, an inquisition, was, taieen at Bk oestftr, Oxfordshire, oi^- view of- the. boily. jjf Wm, White, whOjyifjk driving a; y'oeng womqn'. iix 9 gig fi- Sin .- Below Baobucy; to- see", her friep^ s. at Brill,, stepped, oi\ jtheiitffnpike: road,, to-, giy&,- the horse- county. On Tuesday se'nnight, at Rempstone, n? ai* Loughborough, Leicestershire, Mr. John Warnei;, aged 72, to Miss Maty Wolley, aged' 2*.', of jftat- cliff- upon- Trcnt, Nottinghamshire. ' v On Thursday se'nnight, Mr. John Green, iron- monger, to Miss Leach, of Bedford, Same day, Mr. William Pettifer, butcher, of Kilsby, in this county, tb Miss Sexton,- of D » - ventry; and on the same d: iv, Mr. John. Pain, farmer, of Ravensthorpe, in this county, to Miss Sarah Pettifer, of Kilsby. - - ' Lately, in London, Mr. Blunt, silversmith, this town, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter 3f: the. late George Freeman, Esq. of Long- Buckh/,, in this county. >. On Monday last, Mr. Robert Knight, jun. of Wellingborouglv- Grange, to Miss Eliz. Giaist," of Wilby, both in this county. * Same day, Mr. Stephen Norton, farmer anil grazier, of Old, to Miss Ann Francis, of Lam- port, ioth in this county. MARRIED.] On Tuesday last, by the Rev." J, Jekyl Rye, Henry Bell, Esq. of Woolsington, Northumberland, to Susanna Jane, youngest daughter of Rowland Mainwaring, Esq. at' this town. Same day, E. Edwards, Esq. of Pentonville," to Jane Ashley Adams, eldest daughter of " the, . ... late John Adams, Esq. of Welton- Hall, iu tbisJ; Some.. corn they.- ha. d purposely, broaght wth. the. m> he. desired his. fellowiitavclJ. er xo id- ight,. as be must take offthe^ hridlej,., and,' whjleliheJiorse " w.^ s eating th'e eorn, ioufo_ f" it, huit>, imie: tiiiig, his ipQMW- the.$ tep,'.. the . hor& e'took frightK. aH< lisetoffi3t. fulj., sfieea, and , tb. e man.' s - foot 4liyped " i^ rojjjjh the.. iroh,' o^ the' st, e^, - which - iC was . uUerLj" ijiipossibj^' tt.^ pt) J^ ' ev. e^ Is1-, entangle hiinself/ tfom; i hy. w lych . pisairs , f|(;' w. ijs driaggeff upwards of two itiiles, till the'turiipite- gafe " at Bicester stopped the hoi^ e. TJie ^ lan^ shewed some. fent signs of lifs^ and^ injtajiM^ txjjij^ cU if RIO* pe » Vua; ttr , » f Northampton, Saturday, Jgn$* 6.< Syaos, TTS. 0d„ Peas. — ^ iW-^^^ s. Wd., By, the- StamiaVd- Measure. Whtstc^ isto'e^ tld^ Rye, afiu- 0d. to 51s. Barley,' 29s. Od.- tb— K M. O'ata, 0( 1. to 27s. Od. - , - Jr.- GRA^. T.(> N,., 4^ fpeofor. LIST of FAIRS, - fforti June's, to. 7une- QO, T ' within. the Circuit. of thj » jP( iper. / I M." June' 15. Aylesbury'.' " '•• > F. — 19. Northampton. ADDRESS TO WOMAN. PARAPHRASED FROM AN ITALIAN POET. BY ANNA. SEWARD. T\ ES5GN'D tor peace and soft delight, For tender love and pity mild, O ! seek not thou the crasgy height, The howling main, the de- ert wild! Sny in the shelter'd valley low, Where calmly blows the fragrant air! But shun the mountain's stormy brow, For darken'd winds are raging there ! The ruffian M AN endures the strife Of temper's fierce and surging seas ; Ah 1 better guard thy transient life. WOMAN, thou rosy Child of Ease ! Rash MAN, for Glory's fading wreath, Provokes his early timeless doom, Braves every varied form of Death, And desperate hastens to the tomb; But thou, O gentlest ! what can rend With cruel grief thy panting heart ? Nor Heav'n, nor Man dost thou offend, What fancied woes thy fears impart ? Ah I surely on thy primal day Great Nature smil'd in kindliest mood, Suspended held the bloody fray, And hush'd the wind, and smooth'd the flood ! While Man, who lives a life of pain, Was with a soul vindictive born, I. oud winds blew round him, and the rain Beat furious on his wintry morn. But thou, beneath a vernal sky. What distant Tempest wakes thy fears ? W: iy does that soft, that trembling eye Gleam thro' a crystal film of tears ? Stay in the vale !— no wild affright Shall cross thy path nor sullen care ; But go not to the craggy height. The dark, loud winds are raging there ! INSCRIPTION On the tomb of the late. Margrave of Anspach, written ' by her S. 11. the Margravine. " IN the year 1R06, on the 5th of January, DIED, the most excellent of men, the most merciful sovereign, the best of princes, the most dutiful and affectionate son, the kindest husband, and the most faithful friend, CHRISTIAN CHARLES ALEX- ANDER FREDERIC, Margrave of Brander. burgll, Anspach, and Bareith, Duke of Prussia, Comte of Sayn. His remains are deposited in the vault be longing to Benham- house, in this church. His Widow, who had the bliss for fifteen years to watch over his virtues as his wife, places here this inscrip- tion ; that the living may endeavour to attain one of the many excellent qualities that were united in his person; and that posterity may know that a sove- reign prince preferred a private life to the pomp of courts; and, having no heirs to succeed to his principalities, adopted as his child an ENGLISH WOMAN J over whose conduct, and through life, he watched with the fondness of a parent, till she became his wife; and, from bis high opinion of her conduct to H* R children, purchased Benham- house, and made her a present of it, together with the park. He expired in that place, to the regret of every one who had the honour of his acquaintance. " Oh, thou ! whose cares with Angels rest! Whose gentle sway once fill'd my breast, Whose kindness sooth'd a mother's heart, The peace possess'd by thee impart! Bless'd shade ! thy radiant smile bestow On her whose tears incessant flow ; Whose life, should this sad pray'rbe vain, Must prove, alas! a life of pain!" i practical and useful work, either entirely or re- iting to particular countics, addresses itself to the I curiosity, the self- interest, and the patriotism of j every Englishman, it will necessarily constitute a j permanent feature of every ENGLISHMAN's LI- BRARY. Toddington, Bedfordshire. To he SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ACLOSE or PLOT of ARABLE LAND, lying in the Upper Field, near the Town of TO DDI NGTO N, containing 3 « A. OR. 18P. ( more or less), in the Occupation of Mr. Robert Watts, under a Lease, six Years of which are unexpired from Lady- Day last.— This Land is Tythe- free, and Copyhold- of Inheritance, and held of the Manor of Toddington ; Fine certain. For further Particulars, and to treat for the Pur- chase, apply to Mr. DAVIS, Attorney, at Ampthill. SUMMER LOTTERY, Consisting of only Twenty Thousand Tickets, Begins Drawing 14th of JULY, 1807. SCITEM E. 1 Prize of = 6.30,000 is 4.30,000 2 20,000 40,000 2 10,000 20,000 2 5,000 — 10,000 5 1,000 5,000 8 500 4,000 20 - 100. 2,000 30 .50 1,500 2,500 20 50,000 2,500 ' ,15. 37,500 Jones's Miniature Edition of Lord Chancellor Bacon's Essays. This Day is published, Price 2s. ( id. in Boards, elegantly printed with a new Nonpareil Type, in a Pocket Size, and embellished with a beautiful Portrait, engraved by Hopwood, from a Painting in the Possession of the late Lord ORFORD; to which is added, a Sketch of the Life of the Author; IfSSAYS, MORAI., ECONOMICAL, and POLITICAL. J By FRANCIS BACON, Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Alban's. London: Printed for M. Jones, No. 1, Paternoster- Row ; and may be had of all Booksellers. Where maj be had, another Edition of the above, in one Volume, Foolscap 8vo. Price 6s. extra Boards, elegantly printed uniform with his Works, on tine Wove \ ellum Paper, and ornamented with an elegant Portrait of Lord Bacon ; to which is added, a Sketch ot his Life. Also, the only complete English Edition ever pub- lished, of the WORKS of the great FRANCIS BACON, Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Alban's, and Loid High Chancellor of England. Printed on a fine yellow Wove Paper, in the best Manner, in twelve Volumes, small 8vo. Price A. 3 12s. extra Boards, with several Engravings. Dedicated, by Permission, to Sir Joseph Banks, hart. Carefully corrected, and the Latin fart translated into English ; with copious Notes, Critical and Explanatory, by Dr. SHAVV. *„* To prevent Mistakes, and the Obtrusion of former and inferior Editions of the above Work, the Public are particularly requested to ask tor, or order, Dr. SHAW's EDITION of the above Works, being the only Edition that has the Latin translated into English, and is printed the same Size and » Utuformil) with Mr. Sharp's British Classics. 20,000 Tickets. 4.200,1) 00 First- drawn Ticket, fourth Day, being the only fixed Capital, THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS. The Drawing will be regularly 2000 Tickets each Day. TUI jV^ OTTCE 1st, Tuesday, .. July 14 2d, Tuesday, .. July 21 3d, Tuesday, .. July 28 4th, Thursday, .. Aug. 6 5th, Saturday, . Aug. 8 VRICE, Ticket 6th, Tuesday .. Aug. 11 9th, Friday,' .. Aug. 14 10th, Saturday, Aug. 15 Half £. 10 Quarter ...— AGRICULTURE. Amidst a war which has desolated Europe, and put to trial the resources of the British Empire, it is fortunate that the enterprising spirit of a few enlightened persons has enabled the landed interest to bear with its increased burthens, by improved modes of cultivation. The names of YOUNG, SINCLAIR, BAKEWELL, RUSSELL, COKE, SHEFFIELD, BILLINGSLKY, DUCKET, CULLEY, DICKSON, SOMF. R- VILLE, and CARBINOTON, will ever rank as patriots among our most illustrious statesmen and war- riors; and their achievements, if less brilliant, are more solid and useful, entitling them, as bene- factors of the human race, to the gratitude of the latest posterity. ' We are, perhaps, indebted at this moment to the labours of these illustrious characters, for the ascendancy which we hold in the scale of nations, and for the internal prosperity which we enjoy above that of all other people. Among the means which have, in the highest degree, contributed to give effect and currency to the improvements and discoveries in modern hus- bandry, may be mentioned the establishment of the Board of Agriculture, and of the Societies which flourish in every enlightened district of the island, and the publication and diffusion of their reports and proceedings. The Board of Agriculture in particular, distinguished itself at an early period of its existence, bv causing surveys to be made of every county, in which the state of its husbandry, its produce! soil, and general industry were to be described— it circulated these surveys in the man- ner of proof sheets for correction, and i: is now employed in preparing, under able editors, coR- RCCTE'D EDITIONS and IMPROVED SURVEYS, and in laying them before the public, with all the dispatch which is consonant with accuracy. These improved and corrected County Surveys, as published by the Board of Agriculture, may be compared with the famous Domesday Survey of the Norman conqueror, as far as the enlightened views and superior policy of our own times can be compared with the imperfect conceptions of a dark au'e. Doubtlbss* this great undertaking will con- tinue to be . justly appreciated, and will become the DOMESDAY ROOK of distant ages, conferring distinc- tion mi the reign of George the Third ; and trans- mitting all the past experience of husbandmMi in every kind of soil, and under every variety of cir- cumstance, for their warning and example. Every British subject is interested in knowing the progress which the BOARD of AGRICULTURE has niade ill this grand work, and we have subjoined a list of the corrected Surveys which have already been published, and have annexed the names of their respective editors. Argvle, by Dr. Smith. Clyuerdale, by John Naismith, Esq. East- Lothian, by R. Somerville, Esq. Essex, by Arthur Young, Esq. Fife, by Dr. Thompson. Gloucestershire, by Mr. Rudge. Hertfordshire, by Arthur Young, F^ q. Herefordshire, by John Duncumb, Esq. Kent, by John lioys, Esq. Lancaster, bv John Holt, Esq. Lincolnshire, bv Arthur Young, Esq. Middlesex, by John Middleton, Esq. Mid- Lothian, by George Robertson, Esq. Norfolk, by Nathaniel Kent, Esq. Norfolk, by Arthur Young, Esq. Northumberland, Cumberland, and Westmoreland, by Messrs. liaily, Culley, and Pringle. Nottinghamshire, by Robert Lowe, Esq. Perth, by Dr. Robertson, Roxburgh, and Selkirk, by Dr. Douglas. Salop, by Mr. Plymley. Somersetshire, by John Billingsley, Esq. Stalfordshire, by VV. Pitt, Esq. Suffolk, by Arthur Young, Esq. i Yorkshire ( the West Riding) by Robert Browne, Esq. Yorkshire ( the North Riding) byJohn'l'uke, Etq. Other surveys will follow, at the rate of six or eight per annum. ESSEX by Mr. YOUNG, and GLOUCESTERSHIRE by Mr. RUDGE, have been pub-, llshed within these few days ; and INVSRNESS- SHIRE and DEVONSHIRE are in the press. We are happy to observe, that several of them have already arrived at second editions, and indeed as such a Propriety of personal Appearance. BEAUTY and HEALTH cannot be more essentially promoted than by attending to the Preservation ot the TEETH. MR. NEWTON's RESTORATIVE TOOTH POWDER having received the Approbation of the first Nobility, Gentry, and a generous Public, by an extensive Consumption tor a SeriJs of Years, as well as the Attestation of its superior Excellence, from the Analysis of its component Parts, by the most distinguished Medical Characters, who have pro- nounced it the most pleasant Vegetable Tooth- Powder known, to increase the Beauty of the Enamel, and promote the Durability of the Tooth; and which has, in Consequence of its experienced Advantages, been honoured with the immediate Patronage of their Ma- jesties, and the various illustrious Branches of the Royal Family, Nobility, Gentry, Sec. in the United Kingdom.— NEWTON's TOOTH- POWDER is an Astringent and Antiscorbutic Powder, a delicate Aro. matic, extremely grateful to the Palate, and pleasant in its Use; in fine, to those who app|^ it, it is a certain Preventative to Pain or Decay of the Tooth to the latest Period of Life. 11 continues to be faithfully prepared by Mr. Newton ( only), at his House, Kennington- Place, Vauxiiall ( late of Great Russell- Street), London, from the genuine Recipe of the late Sir Richard Jebb, Physician to their Majesties, & c.; andsold, Wholesale, Retail, and for Exportation, by Messrs. Shaw & Edwards, No. 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, whom he has em- powered to make a liberal Allowance to his Town and Country Venders, Merchants, Sec.; also, Retail, by- Dicey & Co. Edmonds, and Marshall, Northampton; Smith, Bedford; Merridew, and Rollason, Coventry; Robins, Daventry; Queneborough, Dunstable,- Coll'is & Dash, andMunn, Kettering; Dawson, and Harrod, Harborough; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Richardson, Stony - Stratford ; Mather, Wellingborough; and by every Perfumer and Medicine- seller in the Kingdom, in Boxes, at2s. 9d. each. N. B. Please to ask for Newton's Tooth- Pxwder; and see that li. H. Newton is wrote on each Box, with red Ink, as all others sold as Newton's are Impositions. FOR MAKING THE HAIR GROW, & C. « . SLR> ... . - , ASon of mine, a Man grown, \ vho had very little Hair from his Birth, thought he would try your b 1 IRA CIA's ITALIAN OILS:— It has made it grow tiuck and long. Having an infant in the same Way, have found the like good Etfect; and an old Friend of mine, the wrong Side of Sixty, thought he „..,,-, _ would try it; it has answered his most sanguine Ex- < th, Wednesday, Aug. 12 | Deflations; he now iias a good Head of Hair, and has 8th, Thursday, Aug. 13 left oU his W ig these tour Years. F. Wilkinson, Esq. No. 118, Oxford- Street, has a Horse that rubbed the Hair oil his Knee— in ie0s tlian a Month it was im- possible to see where tiie Blemish was. Also Mr. Johnson, of Wappmg, has a Horse that was blistered above two Years, alter using jour Oils the Hair was restored, both thick and of its natural Colour. I am, your's, T. WHIT WORTH, Church- Street, Hackney. December 6th, 1806. CAUTION.— Those Ladies and Gentlemen who pur- chase Stiracia's Italian Oils, will please to observe, they arealwaysin l ots, with the Proprietor's Name, " Johnson," signed on the Label, across the Pot j and to be had at the Proprietor's, No 94, Newman- Street, Oxford- Street, London. Price 5s. a Pot, or £. i. 14s. per Dozen. =£. 19 16s. 3 0 1 Eighth £. 1 12 3 0 Sixteenth 1 6 For Eruptions on the Skin. PETITS PAIES, or PURIFYING SWEET CAKES. FROM the Prevalence of Diseases of the Skin in Children from Inoculation, and other Causes, and the Difficulty of eradicating them, it has been long w ished that an Alternative could be devised that should comprise real Benefit in a sniail Compass, and at once be innocent, cheap, pleasant, and effectual A Practitioner, of great Experience, contrived, many Years since, a Medicine ot this Description, for his young Patients, and gave it a Fotm peculiarly ; » » . iptcd to the Palate and Stomach of Children. The Success of it fully answered his Expectation in alt Eruptions upon the Skin, whether arising from original Impurity of the Blood, or acquired b) the Vaccine or Variolous Inoculation, natural Small- Pox Measles, or any other Cause; and it is now with Confidence recommended to the Attention of the Public. Sold by F. NEWRERY & SONS, at their only Warehouse for Dr. James's Powder, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London, Price 2s. a Box, con- taining 20 Cakes or Doses, and 3d. the Duty.— Observe that the Words " F. Newhery, No. 4' 5, St. Paul's," are engraved in the Stamp. Sold also, by their Appointment, by Dicey & Co Marshall, and Edge, Northampton; Seeley, Buck- ingham; Barringer, and lnwood, Newport- Pagnell; Green, Ampthill; Collis & Dash, Kettering; and Bull, Sen. Harborough. Norton's Original Maredanfs Drops. riMIE following remarkable Cure, effected by I these Drops, is submitted to the Consideration of the Afflicted, as a further Proof of the Efficacy of this Medicine when procured genuine:— " To the PROPRIETOR of NORTON'S MAREDANT'S DROPS. " Harleston, near Northampton, May 28, 1806. " It would be ungrateful in me not to acknowledge the great Cure my little Girl, aged five Years, has received from your valuable Medicine. More than a Year since she was seized with a violent Pain in her right Leg; after some Time an Abscess formed in the Ancle, which was attended with such a violent Pain that she could get no Rest Night or Day; her Appetite was quite gone, and She was reduccd to a mere Ske- leton : Being advised to get her to be an Out- Patient at the Infirmary, she was attended by two Professional Gentlemen, who told me the only Chance to save her Lite was to take her Leg off. In this trying Situation I made my Case known to Robert Andrew, Esq. of Harleston- l'ark, who bought me a Bottle of NORTON'S MAREDANT'S DROPS, which he advised me to make Trial ot. After the Child had taksn this Bottle I found her Appetite much better, and she began to gain Strength. He then sent me another Bottle; in taking which, two Pieces of Bone came from the Ancle, and, before she had finished the Bottle, the Discharge increased, and the Wound looked much better. Encouraged by the Success, he sent me two Bottles more, and before she had finished the fourth Bottle the Wound was closed, the Child gained Strength daily, and is now ( thank God) quite well and in good Health, and can go without the Help of Crutches, which she had used some Time before. MARY WRIGHT"" Witness to the Truth of the above, ROBERT ANDREW, one of His . Majesty's Justices ot the Peace for- tbe County of Northampton. The Medicine which effected the above Cure was purchased of Messrs. Dicey & Co. Northampton. The genuine Maredant's Drops are sold in Bottles of 5s. 6d. or 10s. each, Duty included, by S. RANDAL, Successor to Mr. Tutt, Royal- Exchange, London; also bv Messrs. Dicey & Co. Bow Church- Yard; and Messrs. Newbery, St Paul's; and may be had of Messrs. Dicey & Co. Northampton, and all other respectable Venders of Medicines. - — XtlEY7! ' " Invaluable Remedies for the certain and speedy CURE OF the ITCH. AN OINTMENT which cures in four Hours, and does not contain the least Particle of Mer- cury, or any pernicious Ingredient whatever, and so perfectly innocent, that Children at the Breast may be cured without the least Hazard. It is of an agreeable Smell, requires no Confinement, and there is no Me- dicine of the Kind which cures in so short a Time. Price Is. 9d. a Box, Duty included. Likewise his C11YM1CAL LIQUID, as perfectly safe as the Ointment, and as certain 1nits Effects; it has no Smell, nor does it in the least soil the Linen; a Circumstance which renders it highly va- luable, and to some Persons abundantly preferable to any Ointment whatever. - Price 2s. 6d. a Bottle, Duty included. Sold, Wt » lcsale and Retail, by Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church - Yard, and at their Warehouse in Northampton; and Retail by Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Bates, and Wilkinson, Da- ventry; Mather, and Broughtoit, Wellingborough; Fisher, Highant- Ferrers; Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry; Sharpe, Warwick; Roberts, Southam; Gregory, Leicester; Hartod, Harborough; Munn, and Collis & Dash, Kettering; Newcornb, Stamford; Eaton, Thrapstoa; York fc Summers, Oundle; Jacob, and Horden, Peterborough; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Hodson, Cambridge; Paigrave, Bedford ; Inwood, and Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Queneborough, Dun- stable; Darton, and Tapp, Hitchin; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Jones, Oxford; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Hawkcs, Lut- terworth; Loggin, Aylesbury; and by every Vendei of Patent Medicines in the United Kingdom. NPIKE- TOLLS TO LETT, is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the three several Toll- Gates upon the Turnpike- Road leading from St. Neots, in the County of Huntingdon, to the Town of Cambridge, will be LETT by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder or Bidders, at a Meeting appointed to be held at the CROSS - KEYS INN, in ST. NEOTS aforesaid, on Totns. it rlie 30th Day of JUNE next, between the Hours of Ten and Two of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, '> for regulating the Turnpike- Roads;" which Tolls were lett the last Year at the Sum of at'. 400. clear of all Charges of collecting the same, be put up at that Sum. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders, must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road, for Payment ot the Rent or Rents agreed for, at such Times as they shall direct. And Notice is further given, that the Treasurer's Accounts will be passed, and other necessary Business done, at the above Meeting. J. WELLS, Clerk to the said Trustees. Eynesbury, May 20th, 1807. BY THE KING'S PATENT. RY ME R's CARDIAC AND NERVOUS TINCTURE. Reigate, April 28th, IH- J H AVING a Nervous and Gouty Disorder in my Head, attended with Stupor and Giddiness, which likewise affected my Stomach and Bowels in a very distressing Manner, I applied to Mr. Rymer. the Apothecary, at Reigate, who gave me some of his Cardiac Tincture, which removed all my Complaints. RICHARD WOOD. Front Mr. Richard IVood, of Reigate, Surrey. (£ 3T The frequent Instances of sudden Death from Spasmodic Diseases, induce Mr. Rymer to state, that the CARDIAC and NERVOUS TINCTURE is used with the greatest Success in all Gouty, Nervous, and Paralytic Spasms in the Stomach, Chest, and Head, generally termed Gout or Cramp in the Stomach ; Spasmodic Asthma, Palpitation of the Heart, Vertigo, Apoplectic Habit, & c. 1 n all violent Attacks of those Complaints, A fresh Supply is just received ty Mr. MARSHALL. NORTHAMPTON, of Dr. SIBLEY's RE- ANIMATING SOLAR TLNC'i URE, By which the following extraordinary Cure was re- cently effected :— SIR, ~[\ H R. JOHN- SWAN, a Resident of Swansea, called • Lv. i at my Shop and purchased two Bottles of Solar Tincture ; and having received great Benefit in taking it, and snatched, as it were, from the Jaws of Death, begged I would inform you of the Case, for the Benefitof the Public in general. His Compliant and will I originated in a dreadful Fever, which left an Inflam- mation on his Lungs, and not being removed in Time, his Lungs were ulcerated, and remained in that almost fatal Situation, baffling the Practice of Medical Skill and Advice, till recommended by a Friend, who also received great Benefit from a similar Complaint, to make Trial of your estimable Medicine, the Solar Tincture ; and after taking a few Bottles, found himself re- instated in his former Health, and though reduced to a mere Skeleton by the Complication of Disorders he laboured under, he assured me he never enjoyed a better State of Health than he does at present. Having complied with Mr. Swan's Request, 1 am, yours, respectfully, WM. SHEPPARD, Bookseller, facing the Exchange, Bristol. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, at the Warehouse, 40, New Bridge- Street, Ludgate- Hill, London, in Bottles at 7s. 6d. and 14s. each; and Retail, by Alarshall, Northampton; Elmes, S tony- St rat ford; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Gregory, and Swinten, Leicester; Dunn, and York, Nottingham. N. B. None aregenuine but what liaveC. W, SaffeU written oil the outside Wrapper of each Bottle. n r- so< » & » C> 0< 500. « ia » - BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. Thomas Cooper, of Wilbarston, Northamptonshire, draper, June 17, 18, and July 11, at the Swans inn, Market - Harborough. Attorney, Mr. Goodman, Market- Harborough. Joseph King and William Edward King, of King- street, Covent- garden, London, silk- mercers, June2, 16, and July 11, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Spilsburu's Antiscorbutic Drops. APerson, aged 36, had a Small, Scrofulous Ulceration in her Hand, giving her much Pain; it then broke our in her Wrist, both her Shoulders, and her Knee, each Ulceration discharging much, and not disposed to heal; it then affected lier right Elbow; and these Ulceration, with a Disposition to general Debility, she sintered for twelve Years. Her Knee was healed in the Worcester Infirmary; and she experienced some Benefit while a Patient, for a short Period, in St. Bartholomew's Hospital; when she made Application for the Benefit of SPILSBURY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, at the Dispensary, No. 15, Soho- Square, London. By the Application of the Drops for six Months, her Ulcers gradually healed, and she regained her Strength and Appetite; it is now a Twelvemonth since, and she remains per- fectly well.— Any Information of the above Fact may be obtained at No. 9, Duke's- Court, Drury- Lane. Mr. SPILSBURY is not accountable for any Mixture sold, unless the Words " By the King's Patent" are inserted on the Bill of Directions, Bottle, and Wrapper; the Stamp also ( the King's Duty) is printed in black Ink insiead of red Ir. k. Bottles 5s. 6d. double r. ottles 10s. and larger £. 1 2s. Duty in- cluded, £ 3" Sold also by the Printers ot this Paper; Mr. Okely, and Mr. Paigrave, Bedford; Mather, Wel- lingborough; Collis & Dash, andMunn, Kettering,- Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry ; Corrall, Lutter- worth ; and by most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. amt, sc. nan ot tnose Booth & Haslewood, New- square, Lincoln's- Inn Inch by Neglect, or improper Treatment, so often I jolm Spencer Taylor, of G racechuruh- street, Lon- terminate fatally, the above Medicine gives instant I don, straw- hat- manufacturer, June2,13, and July 11, C M IUI. I, J D . -, TV » C I41 Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. l'earce, Dixo^ I, & Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Dicey & Sutton, ' Bow Church- Yard, London, and at their Ware- house in Northampton ; and Retail by Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Bates, and Wil- kinson, Daventry; Mather, and Broughton, Welling- borough; Fisher, Higham- Ferrers; Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry ; Sharpe, Warwick ; Roberts, Southam; Gregory, Leicester; Harrod, Harborough; Munn, and Collis & Dash, Kettering; Newcomb, Stamford ; Eaton, Thrapston; York & Summers, Oun- dle; Jacob, and Horden, Peterborough; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Hodson, Cambridge; Paigrave'& Okely, Bedford; Inwood, and Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Queneborough, Dunstable; Darton, and Tapp, Hitchin; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Bucking- ham; Jones, Oxford; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Hawkes, Lutterworth; Brinkler, Bicester; and bv every Vender of Patent Medicines in the United Kingdom; in Bottles of 2s. 9d. 6s. and lis. each; also in Pint Bottles, at 22s. by which there is a considerable Saving. Of whom may likewise be had, RYMF. R's PECTORAL MEDICINE WITH VITAL AIR, a Preventive of the Consumption of the Lungs, commonly called a Decline; in Bottles at 2s. 9d. 6s. and lis. each, Duty included. Ladies who value their Persona, and wish to obtain a pearly Set of Teeth, and prevent that dreadful Ma. lady we Tooth. Ach, are recommended the Use of BUT'LER's TOOTH- POWDER, PREPARED from the original Recipe of the Mate Dr. P. H. DIMSDALE, which possesses such wonderful Powers in curing the Tooth- Ach and Scurvy in the Gums, in whitening, cleansing, and preserving the Teeth, and communicating a delightful Fragrance to the Breath.— it is used and recommended by the Queen, the Princesses, the Empress of Russia, the Duchesses of York, Devonshire, St. Alban's, Leeds, and Rutland, and most of the Nobility. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, at Mr. Butler's, No. 4, Cheapside, London ; and Retail bv Edge, Marshall, Dicey & Sutton, and Lambert, Northampton; Paigrave, Bedford; lnwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, and Coombe, Leicester ; Loggin, Aylesbury ; Higgs, Market- Harborough; Mather, Wellingborough; and by most Medicine Venders in every Town. EASE " SIR, Blackburn, ? 3J Sept. 1806. nnEN Years ago, at which Time I followed the X Employ of a Crofter, from which Occupation, being much exposed to cold and wet, the direful Con- sequence to me was first a severe Surfeit, attended with a violent Cough and Shortness of Breath : Some Time after I began to break out with the most inve- terate Scorbutic Eruptions, especially on my Arms, Thighs, and Legs, which increased to a truly alarming Degree, being covered with Scurf and Scabs, trom which issued an ichorous, corroding Humour, in such Quantities as actually to run through my Clothes and Stockings, into my Shoes. Notwithstanding the numerous and various Medicines prescribed by the Faculty, my direful Complaint increased till I was .. totally incapable of following any Kind of Business; when, thank G « d, I was by a Friend advised to make Trial of your ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS ( which I pur- chased ot Mr. Banister, Bookseller, Blackburn); they alone, to my inexpressible Joy, have restored me to perfect Health and Strength. As a further Proof ot the real Virtue and lasting Efficacy of your inva- luable Drops, it is now two Years since the above t, ire was completed. I hope this, my once lament- aole Case, will induce the Afflicted to have Recourse to the same Remedy. Letters of Enquiry ( Post- paid) will be duly answered.— Vor the Benefit of the Afflicted publish this Case. ( Signed) JOHN L1VESEY. Attested by R. Butler, and J. Banister. To Mr. J. Lignum, Surgeon, Manchester. *** To prevent Counterfeits, observe these Words— " John Lignum, Bridge- Street,' Manchester," en- graved on a black Stamp, by Favour ot His Majesty's Commissioners; to imitate which is Felony. These Drops are sold in moulded square Bot- tles, at lis. and 4s. 6d.— One lis. Bottle is equal in Quantity to three 4s. 6d. ones. They may be had, Wholesale and Retail, at Mr. LIGNCM'S, NO. 57, Bridge- Street, Manchester; and, by Appointment, ef Howard is. Evans, 42, Long- Lane, West- Smithfield; Dicey & Co. 10, Bow Church- Yard ; Barclay & Son, 95, Fleet- Market; Shaw & Edwards, 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard; Butler, 4, Cheapside; and Newbery & Sons, 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London ; and Retail of Dicey & Sutton, and Marshall, Northampton; Green & Taylor, Ampthill; Gardner, Biggleswade; Paigrave, Bedford ; Beesley, Banbury ; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Ridge, Newark; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Tookey, Oundle; Jacob, Peterborough; Inns, Tow- cester; Paul, St. Ives; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Collis Sc Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Mather, Welling- borough; Darton, Hitchin; Siinson, Hertford; and ef the principal Venders of genuine Medicines in the United Kit jjom. FROM LAMENESS AND PAIN, IN A FEW HOURS. RPHE BRITISH OINTMENT for CORNS, I prepared by W. NAYI. OR, Chemical Colour- Maker to his Majesty. This most excellent Oint- ment never fails curing hard or soft Coras in a very short Time, and gives JEase in a tew 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 Sc Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; also by Dicey & Co. Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Daventry ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Mather, Wellingborough; Paigrave, Bedford; and by one Medicine Vender in every Market Town, Price 2s. 6d. Duty included. MR. EDGE, NORTHAMPTON, HAS received a fresh Supply of Dr. Freeman's GUTTA SALUTARIS, for a certain Disorder, under its various Appearances, and complicated At- tacks, which may be speedily and secretly eradicated from the System by the Use of Dr. FREEMAN'S DROM ; which, for their salutary Effects in cleansing the Blood from all Impurities, whether from a certain Disorder or Scorbutic, are termed GUTTA SAI. UTARIS. By persevering in the Use of this Remedy, the Patient gradually . loses all Pain and Inflammation, all foul and corroding Ulcers, Lumps in the Skin, and other corresponding Symptoms of this cruel and relentless Disease. Nearly thirty Years' Practice hath proved to Dr. Freeman that all this is accomplished by the Drops, without the Aid of Surgical Operations, or the usual Application of greasy mercurial Preparations. Sold by Appointment of Dr. Freeman, of Hatton- Garden, by R. Butler, No. 4, Cheaoside, London • Edge, Marshall, Dicey & Sutton, and Lambert, North- ampton ; Paigrave, Bedford; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, and Coombe, Leicester; Loggin, Aylesbury; Higgs, Market- Harborotn{ h ; and by most Medicine Venders in every Town, in Bottles at 2s. 9d. each, with ample Directions. St*, ivr ANTI- IMPE1TGINES. Norwich, March 9th, 1806. Allen, Paternoster- row. William Hoard, of Lower East- Smithfield, London, victualler, June 2, 9, and July 11, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Turner, Edward- stteet, Cavendish- square. Charles Andrews, of Burnham, Essex, butcher, June2, 16, and July 11, at Guildhall, London. At- torney, Mr. Mitchell, Maiden. Joseph Pickering, of Frodsham, Cheshire, corn- merchant, June 22, 23, and July 11, at the Globe tavern, Liverpool, Attorney, Mr. Griffith, Liver- pool. Thomas Brook, of Boston, Lincolnshire, iron- monger, June 15, 16, and July 11, at the Peacock inn, Boston. Attorney, Mr. Bowles, Boston. Nathaniel M'Knight, Samuel M'Knight, & John M'Neilie, of Liverpool, merchants, June22, 23, and July 11, at the Talbot hotel, Liverpool. Attorney, Mr. Whiteley, Liverpool. John White, of Birmingham, tailor, June lo, 17, and July 11, at the White- Hart, Digbeth. Attorney, Mr. Stubbs, Birmingham. Robert Gibbs, of Whitecross- alley, Moorfields, London, chair- maker, June 6, 13, and July 11, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Russen, Crown- court, Aldersgate- street. Thos. Withers & Henry Browne Withers, of Green- hill's- rents, Smithfield- bars, London, merchants, June 6, 16, and July 11, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Gregory & Brooks, Wax Chandlers'- hall, Maiden- lane, Wood- street. Richard Cann, of Frith - street, Soho, London, painter, June 2, 16, and July 11, at Guildhall. At- torney, Mr. Walton, Girdlers'- hall, Basinghall- street. William Hogarth Gibson, ot Saville- row, Walworth, Surrey, warehouseman, June 6, 16, and July 11, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Ledwich, Bald, win's- court, Cloak- lane. . George Citlmer, of Canterbury, miller, June 9, 10, and 11, at thi Guildhall, Canterbury. Attorney, Mr. Plumtner, Canterbury. John Pascoe, of Plymouth- Dock, mercer, June 6, 20, and July 11, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. l. ys, Tooke's- court, Cursitor- street. Griffith Williams, of Newington Causeway, Surrey, linen- draper, June 9, 20, and July 11, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr, Drake, Old Fish- street. William Riggs, of the Old- Bailey, London, glove- merchant, June 9, 20, and July 14, at Guildhall, Attorney, Mr. Morgan, Gray's- lnn- square. Alexander Sibbald, of Wapping- street, London, slop- seller, June 9, 23, and July 14, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Smith & Setree, Great St. Helen's. Davenport Sedley, of London- wall, Middlesex, money- scrivener, June 6, 13, and July 14, at Guild- hall. Attorney, Mr. Brown, Bride- lane, Fleet- street . John Simpson, of Artillery- street, Bermondsey, Surrey, tallmv- chandler, June 6, 16, and July 14, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Messrs. Eaton Sc Hardy, Birchin- lane. James Oldmeadow, of King's- Lynn, Norfolk, up- holsterer, June 30, July 1, and 14, at the Guildhall, King's- Lynn. Attorney, Mr. Goodwin, King's- Lynn. Henry Smith, of Birmingham, victualler, June 19, 20, and July 14, at the Swan hotel, Birmingham. Attornies, Messrs. Smith & Arnold, Birmingham. DIVIDENDS lo be made to Creditors. June 23. R. Whiting, of Daventry, Northampton- shire, brandy- merchant, at Guildhall, London. July 7. Williaai Dickson, of Stamford, Lincoln- shire, linen- draper, at Guildhall, London. CfRrincArF* to be granted. June 20. Joseph Lovell, of Birmingham, pin- manu- facturer. June 23. Joseph Leeman, of Peterborough, linen- draper. June 2J. Samuel Buckle, jun. of Peterborough, money- scrivener. Bankruptcy superseded. Joseph Biddle, ot Birmingham, factor. MARKETS.— London, June 1. Although we httd not a large supply of Wheat for to- day's market, yet it more than answered the demand, and that owing to the large stocks of Flour on hand, much having been received of late trom the intetiot and distant parts of the kingdom, as well as from abrosd. The number of fine samples ot Wheat being few this morning, these fetched full as much money as last Monday ; but the little done in the sales of the second and inferior rendered their prices almost nominal.— Barley and White Peas are rather improved in value; not many sam- ples of either here.— Good Oats, of which we have considerable supplies, are likewise dearer; but mpst other articles ( not named) continue at about last currency. Wheat.. 47s. to 56s. 60s. fine Do. — s. to 70s. 74s. Rye ... 36s. to 44s. Od. Barley.. 30s. to 34s. Od. Malt... 58s. to 66s. Od. PRICE of FLOUR.- HOPS, per Pocket. Oats 22s. to27s. 31s. HorseBeans. Jos. to 43s. Od Tick Ditto 29s. to 37s. 0d. White Peas 48s. to 60s. Od. Grey Ditto 38s. to 43s. Od. - Fine 55s. to 63s. Od. Kent, 51. 12s. to 71. 7s.— to Y Son has for three Years been afflicted with that distressing Distemper the Leprosy, and having consulted m- tny eminent in the Faculty, without any Benefit accruing from their Prescriptions, I at length despaired of his Recover- .— Fortunately 1 consulted a Friend, who advised me to make Trial of your Anti- lmpetigines, which I accordingly pro- cured at Messrs. Stephenson's & Matehett's, the happy Effects of which 1 soon discovered— suffice it to say, that he daily grew better, and now his Health is per. fectly re- established. By publishing these tew Lines, and making known the Case of my Son, and the Effects of your incom- parable Medicine, you will considerably oblige, Sir,- your very humble Servant, E. BERRY. To Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House, near Liverpool. Sold in 10s. 6d. and 33s. Bottles; the latter contain four of the former, by which the Purchaser saves 9s. Every genuine Bottle has a Stamp, which bears the Proprietor's Name and Address, " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is Felony. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by the Printers of this Paper; also, Retail, by Marshall, and Edge, North- ampton; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Dawson, and Harrod, Harboraugh; Marriott, Ban- bury ; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buck- ingham; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge, and Mather, Wellingborough; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Okely, and Paigrave, Bedford; Fox, St. to 21 id. Dressing Hides, 17d. to 18Jd. Fine Coach. Neots; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; • I- J— — ""' J " — » = *- ' « "• — Swinfen, Leicester; by the Printers ot the Country Newspapers; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, Sec. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Documents noted therein. Sussex, 51. 10s. to 61. 6s. — Farnham, 101. 10s. 111. lis. SMITHFIELD, June 1. To sink the offal. Ox Beef, 4s. Od. to 5s. 4d. Wether Mutton, 4s. 4d. to 5s. 4d. Veal, 5s. Od. to 6s. - Id. Pork, 5s. 0d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb, 6s. ( HI. to7s. 8d. Sold this day, Beasts, 1800— Sheep and Lambs, 16,500. NEWGATE and LEADINHALL, June 1. By the carcase. Beef, 3s. 6d. to4s. 6d. Mutton, 4s. Od. to 4s. Sd. Veal, 4s. Od. to 6s. Od. Pork, 5s. 0d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb, 5s. 4d. to 6s. 8d. TA HOW.- Town, 55s. 6d. White Russia,— s. Od. to 52s. Od. ( Soap),— s. Od. to 52s. Od. Melting Stuff, 43s. to 44s. Od. Ditto rough, — s. to 27s. Good Dregs, 10s. Od. Graves, 10s. Od. LEATHER, per lb. Butts, 50 to 561b. 21d. to22d. Ditto, 60 to 651b. 24d. to25d. Merchants' Backs, 2UJd. Hides, 19d. to 2CJd. Crop Hides, 35 to 401b. per doz. 20d. to 22Jd. Ditto, 45 to 501b. 17d. to 19d. Calf Skins, 30 to 401b. 36d. to 42d. Ditto, 50 to 701b. 36d. to 40d. Ditto, 70 to 801b. 34d. to 37d. Small Seals, per lb. 44d. to 46d. Large Ditto, per doz. 100s. to 160s. Goat Skins, — s. to — s. pet doz. Tanned Horse- Hides, 20d. to 32d. pfr lb. NORTHAMPTON: Printed ai « l Published by and for T. DICEY and IV. SUTTON.
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