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Date of Article: 23/02/1805
Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Vol. LXXXIV. No. 51. i Ready Money is expected ) ( with Advertisements. i SATURDAY, February 23, 1805, PRlf'F SIYPFNCF $ Sta'" P-" ll(-. v " 1 R1L1, bi. M LxNL 1( ]) aper and print Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. ADMIRALTI- OFFICE, Feb. 16. Extract of a letter from Vice- Admiral Rainier to William Marfden, Esq. Mangalore Road, March 10, 1804. THREE privateers have been captured by his Majesty's ships, as per margin:— L'Espiegle, of two sW » . s, by the Dedaigneuse; La Passe par Toute( chasse mar£ e), of two guns and six swivels, by the St. Fiorcnzo; and Les Frercs Unis, of eight guns, by the Caroline. [ This Gazette also contains a long notice from the Ordnance- Office, of the intention of Go- vernment to purchase a considerable tract of land in the neighbourhood of the fortifications of Chat- ham, in tue parishes'of Upner, Gillingham, & c. as also at Woolwich and Warley Common, for the purpose of improving the military works in those places.] LONDON, February 1.9. The dispatches with which Prince Gallitzin was lately charged by the Cabinet or Petersburg!! to the Emperor of Germany, contained proposals, it is said, for a Treaty of Offensive and Defensive Alliance, arid stipulations for bringing 800,000 Russians into the field. This overture, we further understand, was strengthened by an offer, on the part of the British Government, of large pecu- niary supplies.— Ncgociations on this subject are still pending, and there is reason to believe that they will ultimately prove successful. It is certain, that Austria is exerting every possible means to recruit antl organize its army, and that great acti- vity and labour are devoted to the improvement and provisionment of tlie fortifications on the frontiers. It is mentioned in the last Dutch papers, that, in consequence of an order from General Marmont to the Council of Marino, the fleet in the Texcl is to be prepared for sea with all possible dispatch. The French in Holland have relaxed a little of their severity to the Dutch merchants, in conse- quence. of the strong representations made to them on the subject of the seizure of their property, which was confiscated under the pretext of its coming from this country. The property is re- stored, upon paying a certain per centage, which is, however, considerable. The English Minister at Naples, it is said, has quitted the Neapolitan territories. Lord Robert Fitzgerald, our Ambassador at Lisbon, has made a very spirited protest, in con- sequence of the Proclamation ot' the Prince of Peace having been inserted in the Lisbon Gazette. As this is the only journal allowed to be circu- lated in Portugal, and is official, it is a matter of considerable importance to find that the Portuguese Government has been induced to insert a State Paper, which is a gross libel on the character of this country, as well as its cause. It appears, that the Portuguese Government must have acted by the dictation of our enemies, for we can never suppose that the Court of Lisbon would volunta- rily publish such infamous calumnies against the character of its antient and most faithful Ally. On Saturday dispatches were received at the Admiralty from Admiral Cornwallis, which men- tion, that one of tiie frigates belonging to the licet had looked into Brest, into which harbour it had ascertained that the squadron from Rochefort had not entered.— Tiie latest, intelligence which has been received respecting these French ships, is, that they had been descried to the south- west of Cape Finisterre. No account has yet arrived of their destination. Lord Nelson has ordered his cruisers, in the Mediterranean, not to molest the Spanish fishing- vessels, or others of small burthen laden, with provisions. Admiral Cochrane is recalled from the command of the Ferrol squadron, lie is shortly, expected in England, and will succeed Commodore Hood, on the Windward Island station. Six line of battle ships arc about to be built immediately in the merchants' dock- yards. The public will read with great interest, the discussion in the House of Lords ( given in the last page of this Paper) on the military state of the nation, both on account of the light which it throws on that important subject, and on account of the explanations relating to the late associations among tlie leading public characters, into which feveral of the Noble Lords entered. On the motion of Mr. Wilberforce, in the House of Commons, on Friday, leave was given to bring in a Bill for the Abolition of the Sluve Trade. Friday Mr. Baker took the oaths and his seat in the House of Commons, for Hertfordshire. Fridav the several parties who intended to bid for the present, loan, waited upon the Minister. Mr. Pitt informed the gentlemen he should want twenty- two millions and ti half for England antl Ireland, with the option of raising one million more in Ireland, which would make the whole loan amount to twenty- three millions and a half. He wished it, however, to be understood, that out of that sum lie intended to reserve five millions for special purposes. Being particularly questioned on this point, he declared it was for Continental purposes. It was then proposed, that of. 150 in Consols should be given for each of. 100 advanced, and the bidding to be made in Reduced. Yesterday morning Mr. l'itt again met the above gentlemen, when there appeared no difference in the tenders, all the lists agreeing to take twenty- two Reduced. The bargain was soon concluded, and the loan was equally divided between the parties. The terms, at the prices of the Funds on Saturday, stand therefore as follow:— 150 Three per Cent. Consols, at 584- - 15 0 22 Ditto Reduced, at 574 12 13 0 Discount tor prompt payment 4 0 0 ready money, taken at the doors, exclusively of those who were admitted in consequence of privi- leges of any sort. On Valentine's day the General Two- penny Post- Office received 80,000 letters— an increase from last year of 20,000. The amount of 80,000 letters is £. 666 13s. 4d. At a meeting of the gentry, clergy, traders, and others of Carmarthenshire, on Tuesday the 5th instant, for the purpose of taking into consider- ation the most effectual mode of suppressing the circulation of notes under the value of five pounds each, except those of the Bank of England, it was resolved by those attending, that they would not receive in the course of any transaction of business, whether in the receipt of rents or otlicr- vvise, any notes under the value of live pounds each, except those of the Bank of England; and that the nobility, gentry, clergy, antl others, of that antl the neighbouring counties, should be re- quested to co- operate with the meeting in their endeavours to check " a measure so detrimental to the public interest." Some valuable mines of copper have recently been discovered on the Duke of Bedford's estate in Devonshire, on and about, Morwell Down, on the banks of the Tavy and Tatnar. The tunnel now forming through Morwell Down, which is a hill about 700 feet above the level of the sides of the rivers, has advanced about 300 yards; it is to be about 13J miles long, and the excavation is to form an aqueduct over a valley more than 40 feet high: the tunnel crosses a rich vein of copper ore. At the great horse and beast fair at Ashbourn, in Derbyshire, which was held on the 11th, 12th, and 13th inst. no horses but those of the cart kind were sold, and they fetched the enormous price of from 30 to 40 guineas each. Inquisitions.— On Saturday se'nnight an inqui- sition was taken at the Lye, Worcestershire, on the body of Susanna Fleming, aged about four years, who, in attempting to remove a burning coal, set her clothes in llames. She expired before assistance could be had.— On the same tlay, ano- ther inquisition was taken at Dudley, on the body of Mary- Ann Giles, an infant, who was standing with other children near a fire, when her clothes caught fire, and were nearly consumed before the flames could be extinguished. She was so much burnt as to occasion her immediate death.— Ver- dicts— Accidental death. TOWCESTF. R, Feb. tHOMAS VERNON, Son- iu- Law To the DEBTORS and CREDITORS of DAVID WOOD, late of WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton, Surgeon. ALL Persons indebted to the saitl DAVID WOOD, are desired to pay the same to Benjamin Middleton, or Thomas Sanderson, of Wellingborough aforesaid, on or before the 6th of March next; and suchot the Creditors who have not executed the Deed, of Assignment, are requested to execute the same, at Thomas Sanderson's, before the aboVemefitioned 6th of March, or they will be excluded the Dividend arising from the Eliects, which wiil be made immediately after tlie Expiration of that Time. TOWCESTEU, Feb. 5th, 1805. ALT, Persons who stood indebted to the late - Mr. JOHN MIDDLETON, of TOWCESTER, Stone- Mason, at the Time of his Decease; are re- quested to pay the same immediately to tlie Executors appointed by his Will ; . Mr. Thomas Vernon, Grocer; Mr. Phipps, Common- Brewer ; or Mr. John Wood, Butcher; all of Towcester. aforesaid.— And all Persons who have any Claim or Demand upon the Estate and Effects of the Deceased, are requested to- deliver the same to the said Executors, or Mr. Kirby, Attorney, in Towcester, that the same may be forthwith dis- charged. To the DEBTORS and CREDITORS of FRANCIS MEE, of HIGIIAM- FERREIIS, in the County of Northampton, Clock and IVatch- Muher. N'OTICE is hereby given, That the said FRANCIS MEE hath , this Day assigned over his Estate and Effects to John Mee, of Higham- Fer- rers aforesaid, Innholder; and John Woolston, of the same Place, Cooper; in Trust for themselves and such other of the Creditors of the said Francis Mee who shall execute the Deed of Assignment within three Months from the Date thereof; and that such Deed of Assignment is now at the Office of Mr. Goodhall, Solicitor, Wellingborough, to receive tire Signature of such of the Creditors who shall choose to execute the same, and accept the Composition arising therefrom.— All Persons standing indebted to the said Francis Mee, are requested to pay their Debts immediately to the' said John Mee and John Woolston, or tliey will be sued for the same without further Notice. Wellingborough, l\ th Feb. ' 1805. 15th, 1805. to the late .. Mr. MIDDLETON, of TOWCESTER, begs Leave to inform the Public, that he intends to carry on the Business of the BRICK and LIME- KILNS, in TOWCESTER, lately, belonging to, and occupied bv, the Deceased; and' to return Thanks for all Favours conferred upon him i( i the GROCERY and CHAND- LERY BUSINESSES, which he intends to carry on as usual; and all Commands will be punctually executed, and gratefully acknowledged, by their obe- dient Servant, ThO. VERNON POTATOES. ASUPERIOR SORT of POTATOES, parti- cularly recommended to Gentlemen's Gardeners, and also to the Agricultural Society, called the Early Prolific Marquis Cornwallis. £ f3T The above are much superior to any of the Kind ever before offered to the Public, being very great Bearers, and will come to their full Size, and also be fit for Use, if planted in the Corners of Fields, even before the Corn gets ripe. *** To be had at Mr. JOHN WOOD'S, Nurseryman, Huntingdon; Mr. CI. AKK, Seedsman, Cambridge; Mr. WOOD, Grantham; and Mr. MALCOLM, Nursery- man, Kensington.— Price 12s. per Bushel. February 15, 1805. Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS and TYT1IES, NOR THAMPTONSHIRE. To be peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. . SKINNER, DYKE, & Co. On Wednesday the 27t'n of February, at Twelve o'Clock, at Garraway's Coffee- House, Change- Alley, Cornhill, London, in one Lot, Valuable and very desirable FREEHOLD FARM, situate in the PARISH of I RCHESTER, Part divided by the High- Road, and bounded by the River Nine, one Mile from WEL- LINGBOROUGH, and about thirteen from NORTH- AMPTON; comprising THE PARSONAGE FARM; containing TWO HUNDRED and FIFTY- EIGHT ACRES of Inclosed rich GRAZING, MEADOW, and fertile AN A- BLE LAND, free of great Tythes, a very good DWELL- ING- HOUSE, OFFICES, and GARDENS, with every necessary OUTBUILDING ; together with the IMPRO- PRIATE TYTHES of CORN, GRAIIJ, and HAY, arising fromabout SEVENTY ACRES of OLD- INCLOSED LAND; in the Possession of an ur. exceptionably good Tenant, whose Lease expires at Michaelmas, 1806 ( except ten Acres, held from Year to Year), at Rents amounting to Three Hundred and Fifty- five Pounds per Annum, Capable of Increase at the Expiration of the Term. Also, the IMPROPRIATE GREAT TYTHES of CORN, GRAIN, and HAY, arising from ONE HUNDRED and TWO ACRES of OLD- INCLOSED LAND, in Hand. ( pf" To be viewed ; and printed Particulars may be had at the George, Northampton; Hind, Wellingbo- rough; Crowns, Leicester; Swans, Market- Harbo- rough, and Newport- Pagneil; George, Woburn; of the Printers of the Northampton, Leicester, and Coventry Papers; Messrs. Hodson, Solicitors, Wel- lingborough; Mr. Geldard, Solicitor, Gray's- Inn; at the Place of Sale; and of Messrs. Skinner, Dyke, & Co. Aldersgate- Street, London. A =£. 101 8 0 When these terms were known in the city, Omnium was immediately done at 4J premium. It so6n after- rose to five, at which price it left off at four o'clock. This loan, under all the circum- stances, we consider as advantageous to the public, though it certainly will leave a very considerable profit to the contractors. Great preparations are making at. Windsor for the ensuing installation of the Ivnights of the Garter, which is expected to take place in the course of the month of May. The General Officers and others, who fought in Flanders during last war, have established a club, called " The Flanders Club." Master Betty's twelve performances at Covent- Gardeir Theatre produced, on the average, the amazing sum of J.. H7 each night: this was iu FENNY- STRATFORD ASSOCIATION. TWENTY GUINEAS REWARD. WHEREAS, late 011 Tuesday Night, or early on Wednesday Morning the 13th Instant", some Person or Persons did feloniously KILL and STEAL from a Field in BOW- BRICKHILL, occupied by Mr. JOHN LINNELI., of Fenny- Stratford, ONE EWE SHEEP, very big with Lamb, the Property of the said Mr. LINNEI. L; who soon afterwards tound the Skin and Entrails, with two Lambs taken from the Ewe, in a Pond, about three Furlongs from the" Field in which the Felony was committed : The Person giving such I nformation as may lead to a Conviction of the Offender or Offenders shall re- ceive a Reward of TEN GUINEAS of the said Mr. Linneli, and a further Reward of TEN GUINEAS of Mr. Day, the Treasurer of this Association. By Order, GEORGE COOCH, Solicitor. Newport- Pagneil, 15th Feb. 1805. A valuable and desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BROWN £ f SON, On Saturday the 9th Day of March, 1805, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Ship Inn, St. Cuthbert's, Bedford, in one- Lot, \ LL that valuable and desirable FREEHOLD il. FARM, with THREE COTTAGES, plea- santly situate at WILDEN, in the County of Bed- ford, near the Turnpike- Road leading from the Town of'Bedford to Kimbolton, in the County of Hunting- don; comprising a compact Freehold Farm, contain- ing fifty- seven Acres ( more or less) of exceeding good Pasture and Arable Land, together with a Farm- Ilpuse arid three Cottages, witii large Barns, Stables, and requisite Outbuildings, now in the Occupation of Mr- Mark ham, at a very low and improvable Rent. ( J5T The Situation of this Estate at Wilden is very desirable; the Land in a high State of Cultivation, and remarkably fertile ; nearly contiguous to several good Markets and the Kimbolton Road; having also the great Advantage of the valuable Rights of Com- mon over the extensive Fields of Wilden, and should an Inclosurc take Place, would be of considerable Value. * » * May be viewed bv applying to Mr. Markham, the Tenant, of whom Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had one Month previous to the Sale; at the White- Lion Inn, Ki- iboiton; Falcon, St. Neots; Swan, Biggleswade; White- Hart, Great Bartbrd; at the Place of Sale; of Mr. Rosser, Soli- citor, No. 32, King. Street, Holborn; and of Brown & Son, Auctioneers, and Agents to the British Fire and Westminster Lite- Office, Bedford; who are im- powered to treat for the same by Private Contract. Live and Dead Stock. To be SO L D by AUCTION, By Mr. BRAMPTON, On Tuesday the 26th Dav of February instant, on the Premises ot Mr. GEORGE WHITLARK, of KETTERING, who is leaving his Farm, rj^ IIE useful HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE and .1 EFFECTS of the said Mr. George Whitlark; consisting of three Bedsteads, with Hangings ; three Feather Beds, and two Flock Ditto; Bed- Qu'lts and Blankets; Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses; Bureau; Thirty- hour Clock; framed Chairs; Kitchen Requi- sites in genci. il; a iW- Calhin Coppef; four l- falr- Hogsheads and ten Hogsheads; with a Variety of other Articles. Also, on Saturday the 2d Day of March, will be SOLD by AUCTION, The LIVE and DEAD STOCK ot the said Mr. WHITLARK; consisting of three Cart Horses ( one five, one six, and one seven Years old), one Road Mare, and one Mule ; one Barren Cow ; a Four- year- old He- Goat; four stout Waggons, nearly new, and three Carts ; six Ploughs ; one small and four great Har- rows ; Field- Roll, and one Garden- Roll; Wmnowing- Machine, Sec. & c. ; Harness complete for nine Horses, in good Condition; Bridle and Saddle, with a Variety of other Articles; also, about 40 Tons of exceeding good Hav, in Lots. Three Months' Credit, on'approveil joint Se- curity, to Purchasers of the Hay. *** The Sale to begin each Day at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. VALUABLE SHEEP STOCK, & c. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. BRAMPTON, WITHOUT RESERVE, On Monday the 4th Day of March, 1805, on the Premises, at Mrs. BAKER'S LODGE, in the Lordship of BAR I'ON- SEAGRAVE, near KET- TERING, in the County of Northampton, who is leaving the Farming Business; CONSISTING of well- bred Ewes, in- lambed, 100 Lambhogs, and 50 Shearhogs; five very use- ful Cart Horses; six ' iihropshire Store Beasts, four barren Cows, and two Yearling Calves; two Waggons, three Carts, two Rolls, three Ploughs and Iron- Work, six small and one great Harrow, tour long Ladders, three Dozen of Hurdles, and seven Sheep- Cribs; Har- ness for seven Horses complete ; a good Winnowing Machine, two Corn- Screens, Winnowing Fan, Riddles and Sieves, three Dozen of Sacks, and sundry other Effects. ( j5T The Company is requested to meet on the Pre- mises by Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, and the Sale will commence immediately. *** Three Months'Credit will be given on approved Security, by paying a Deposit ot 2s. fid. in the Pound; Discount will be allowed after the Rate of £. 0 per Cent, for ready Money. IIARLESTON ASSOCIATION, For PROSECUTING THIEVES, & c. rsiHE Annual Meeting of this Association will - 3_ be hefcl at the Sign of the FOX- AND- HOUNDS, in HARLESTON, in the County of Northampton, on THURSDAY the 28th Day of FEBRUARY instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. ( pT Dinner on the Table precisely at Two o'Clock. R. BUSWELL, Treasurer and Solicitor. Northampton, loth Feb. 1805. WYMERSLEY ASSOCIATION,' For PROSECUTING ROBBERS, THIEVES, & e. AT a Meeting held on Tuesday the 12th Day of February, 1805, at the Sign of the Falcon, in Castle- Ashby, in the County of Northampton, for the Purpose of establishing an ASSOCIATION for APPREHENDING and PROSECUTING ROB- BERS, THIEVES, & c. by Subscription, It was ( amongst other Things) resolved, That the following Rewards should be paid by the Treasurer of this Association out ot the Fund of the said Society ( over and above the Rewards allowed by Act of Parliament or otherwise), to any Person or Persons who shall apprehend, or cause to be com- mitted, any one guilty of the following Oijences against any Member of this Association; such Re- wards to be paid on the Commitment of the Offender d. 0 0 or Offenders to Prison, viz. £. For Burglary or House- breaking 5 For Highway or Footpad Robbery 5 For stealing, killing, or maiming'any Horse, Mare, or Gelding; Ox, Cow, Call', or other Neat Cattle; Sheep or Lamb 5 For wilfully setting Fire to any Dwell- ing- House, Warehouse, Mill, Barn, Stable, or other Outbuilding, Stack or Rick of Corn, Grain, Hay, Straw, or Bark; or to any Stack of Wood, Furze, or other Fuel. 5 For stealing Goods from any Shop, Ware- house, Storehouse, Mill, Malting, Build- ing, or other Place: oranv Corn, threshed or unthreshed, or Hay, or other Thing, out of any Barn, Hovel," Rick- Yard, or other Place 2 For buying or receiving any Stock, Goods, or Effects, the Property of a Subscriber, knowing the same to have been stolen •. 2 For stealing or maliciously killing Pigs, Poultry, or Pigeons 2 For breaking or stealing any Doors, Win- dow- Shutters, Bars, Locks, Bolts, or any Hedges, Gates, Stiles, Pens, Hurdles, Fleak's, Stakes, Posts, Rails, or any Iron- Work belonging thereto, or any Fire Wood 1 For robbing or maliciously damaging any Garden, Orchard, or Fish- Pond; or cutting down, barking, or destroying any Timber, Fruit, or other Trees, Underwood, or Quick- Sets growing For • stealing any Corn, Grass, or Hay, either growing, or in Shocks or Cocks in the Field .... For stealing or damaging any Waggon, Cart, Plough, Harrow, or other Implement in Husbandry For stealing any Turnips, Potatoes, Cab- bages, Peas, or other Vegetables, from Fields, Gardens, or Orchards 0 10 6 For cutting the Mane or Tail of any Horse, Mare, or Gelding, or the Tail of any Bull, Ox, or Cow, or otherwise dis- figuring them 1 1 0 Stripping or pulling Wool from any Sheep .. 110 And for every other Offence, not before specified, such Reward as the Committee, or any five of them, shall think proper to allow. It was also resolved, That no Person residing out of Northamptonshire should be admitted a Member of this Association; and that no Member having Stock or Property out of Northamptonshire should receive any Benefit from this Society on Account of the Loss thereof; and that the following Members, viz. Mr. Thomas Scriven, Mr. James Woolley, Mr. Robert Rogers-, Mr. Jona- than Howkins, of Castle - Ashby ; Mr. Lawrence Saunderson, Mr. James Rogers, Mr. John Brawn, sen. Mr. John Brawn, jun. Mr. Thomas Radbourne, Mr. John Cherry Laughton, Mr. William Main Coe, of Grendon; Mr. William Gaudcrn, Mr. William Walker, Mr. Uriah Clayson, of Easton- Mauditt ; Mr. William Longland, Mr. Joseph Berrill, Mr. John Walker, Mr. Benjamin Underwood, Mr. William Robinson, Mr. John Robinson, of Yardley- Hastings ; Mr. Benjamin Jones, and Mr. John Peil, of Cook- noe; be appointed a Committee till the General Meet- ing, to be held at the FALCON, in CASTLE- ASHBY aforesaid, on the SECOND THURSDAY in FEBRUARY, 1806. All Persons desirous of becoming Members of this Society, are requested to signify their Names and pay their Subscriptions to Mr. CHARLES MARKHAM, Attorney, in Northampton; in whose Office the Association Rules and Articles may be seen. CHARLES MARKHAM, Treasurer and Solicitor. Northampton, 16th Feb. 1805. 5 0 5 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 ....: I 1 0 , jr 1 1 0 1 1 0 I' ARMY. 0 R S A L OXFORDSHIRE AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE FREEHOLD ESTATE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. WINSTANLET & SON, At Garraway's Coffee- House, Cornhill, London, on Tuesday the 18th of June next, at Twelve o'Clock, IN ONE LOT, WARKWORTH C ASTLE, with the MANOR and ESTATE, in the County of Northamp- ton, situated on the Verge of the Northern Part of Oxfordshire, and within iwo Miles of Banbury ; con- sisting of the Mansion- House and Offices ( the latter newly erected), with the Park, Woodlands, Planta- tions, Fish- fonds, and the Manor in Hand ; together with four capital Farms, well timbered, occupied by the most respectable Tenants from Year to Year, capable of great Improvement; and about fifteen Dwelling- Houses, in the Village of Gverthorpe, ad- joining the Park, lett distinct from the Farms. ( f3T The Estate, which is in a Ring Fence, con- tains in the Whole 1073 Acres of capital Land, a very small Proportion of which is Arable, the Rest Mea- dow and Pasture Ground, Tythe- free, bounded by the River Cherwell on one Side, over which there is a Right of Fishery.— Possession may be had of the Mansion and about 100 Acres of Land immediately, and the Remainder at Lady- Day, 1806. *** Mr. Thomas Dickens, at the Castle, will shew the Estate; and printed Particulars, with a Pian thereof prehxed, may be had at the Red- Lion and White- Lion, Banbury ; Star, Oxford; George, North- ampton; King's- Head, Coventry; Wille's Colfee- House, Serle- Street, Lincolr.' s- Inn; and at the Office of Messrs. Bignell & Wykham, Banbury; and of Messrs. Winstanley& Son, Paternoster- Row, London N. B. The Estate may be viewed after the first Week in April, upon receiving Tickets of Mr. Bignell for that Purpose; at which Time the Particulars may he had as above, Valuable Farming- Slock. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. OWSTON, ( WITHOUT RESERVE,) On the Premises, at KINGSTON- FIELDS, near Kegworth, in the County of Nottingham, on Mon- day and Tuesday the 4th and 5th Days of March, 1S05, beginning each Morning at Ten o'Clock, ALL the very useful DAIRY COWS, HEIFERS, ST1RKS, CALVES, and BULLOCKS ; valu- able Draught MARES and GELDINGS ; SHEEP; IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY; and other EFFECTS; of Miss FISHER ( who is leaving her Farm); consisting of 33 in- calved Cows and Heifers, Stirks, 11 Calves, and 10 Bullocks; 13 valuable Draught Mares and Geldings; 139 Ewe and Wether Hogsj Waggons, Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, Sec. See. ( jfj" The Cows and Horses will be sold on Monday, the first Day's Sale; and the Sheep and Implements on Tuesday. *** Mr. OW. STON assures his Friends, that the Neat Cattle will be found very useful and fresh, and the Horses superior to any offered to the Public in the Midland Counties for a long Time. E, TWO CORNETCIES, one in Heavy, and the other in Light Dragoons ; and several ENS1GN- CI E S. one of them in a Regiment of one Battalion ; also several HALF- PAY COMMISSIONS. Two Captains at Home wish to exchange into Regi- ments of Infantry on f oreign Service. ( jd?" Application to be made to Mr. Johnston, No. 6, Craven- Street, London; and if by Letter, free Postage. To be of SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KNIBB, On Tuesday the 12th of March, 1S05, on the Pre- mises, at the Rectory - House, EMBERTON, Bucks, rpiTE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FARMIMG- .1. UTENSILS, and sundry EFFECTS, of the late Rev. Mr. POM FRET, deceased ; comprising three capital Cart Horses, five Cows, upwards of three Score Sheep, and four breeding Sows; one large Wheat Rick; Vetches; one Rick of prime Meadow Hay, and one Cock and one S{ ump of Ditto; all the Manure on tiie Premises; two Narrow- wheel Waggons, one Six- inch and one Narrow - wheel Cart, one Field- Roll, Ploughs, and Harrows; Barn Tackle; Fire Wood, Building Timber, Scantlings, and Roards ; one long Feeding Hovel; one Waggon Hovel, one Cow Hovel, and sundry other tempo- rary Buildings; one Lead Pump; all the Brewing Vessels, consisting of two Coppers, Coolers, Mash- Vats, Working Ditto, Tubs, large Iron- bound Beer Casks, Hogsheads, and Half- Hogsheads; Dairy leads, Churn, Milk- Pails, Kivers, & c. ; Glass Bot; 1"" Cucumber Frame, Hafld Glasses- , r~ nations in Pots, Girfden Sticks, and Garucn iools one Stone Roll, with Iron Frame, S. c. ( f5r Ort Account of the great Number of Lots ( the Sirje will begin exactly at Ten o'Clock in t' » ' e VorenoOn. N. B. On the Tuesday and WuVfiesdav following, will be sold, the HOUSEHOLD - FU i< N ITU RE, PLATE, LINEN, CHINA, FIRE- ARMS, Sec. as will be particularized in a future Paper. To ho. SOLD by AUCTION, At the Swan Inn, Oundle, between the- Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, on Thursday the 14th Day of March, 1805, in two Lots, unless previously disposed of bv Private Contract, subject to such Conditions Sf Sale as shall be then and there produced, AN ESTATE, in OUNDLE, ELMINGTON, . and ASHTON, Part Freehbld and Part Copy- hold ; consisting of Lot 1. FIVE TENEMENTS, situate in the North End of the Town of OUNDLE, with Yards and Gardens ; and four Acres and one Rood of M E A D O W LAND, ana two Roods, by Estimation, of ARA- BLE LAND, lying in the Fields and Meadows of OUNDLE aforesaid, in the Tenure ot Mr. William Boddington, as Tenant from Year to Year, at the clear Annual Rent of £. 16.— This Lot is Copyhold of the Manor of Oundle. Lot 2. A CLOSE of PASTURE LAND, lying in ELMINGTON, containing five Acres ( more or less); together witii one Acre ( more or less) of MEADOW; lying in ASHTON; in the Tenure of Mr. John Hicks, as Tenant from Year to Year, at the clear an- nual Rent of ^'. 17.— This Lot is Freehold. [ r3" For further Particulars, or to treat by Private Contract, apply to Messrs. YORKE & SHERARD, Solicitors, Oundle, or Thrapston. NORTIIAMPTON TURNPIKE- TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Com- missioners appointed by or under an Act of Par- liament made and. passed in the 18th Year of His pre- sent Majesty's Rei^ n, intitled, " An Act for Paving, " Cleansing, Lighting, and Watching the Town ot " Northampton; and for removing Slid nting " Incroachments, Obstruction-;, and Anr. oyances " therein;" and < if . f"" V./?. er Act of Park-- , ent passed in the T- lh Year of' ^ e Reign of H/ said present Majesty, iFrtitlvi, " An Act for altering and amending " the said last- mentioned Act; and for continuing the " Term of certain- Tolls, by the said Act granted;" will, on MONDAY the 4th Day of MARCH next, between the Hours of Three and Five in the After- noon, at the GUILDHALL, in the said Town, LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, for a Term of one, two, or three Years, as shall be then agreed on,, commencing the 20th Day of April next, the TOLLS arising at the Gate or Turnpike erected near the South Bridge, in the said Town of North- ampton ; which Tolls were lett the last Year for the Sum of ^. 652, and will beputup at that Sum. The Best Bidder must forthwith pay £ A0 in Advance, and produce sufficient Sureties, and give Security to the Satisfaction of the Commissioners, for the due Pay- ment of the Residue of the Rent. CHARLES MARKHAM, Clerk to the Commissioners. Northampton, Feb. 16, 1805. TURNPIKE- TOLLS TO LETT. IVTOTICE is hereby given, that the next Meeting XM of the Trustees " appointed by an Act of Parlial ment made and passed in the Thirty- seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intitled, " An Act for amending, widening, " altering, and keeping ill Repair, the Road leading " from a Place, called Morton's Corner, in the Town " of Wellingborough, ill the County of Northampton, " to the East End of Abington- Street, in the Town " of Northampton," will be held at the House of CHARLES THOMAS, known by the Sign of the HIND, in WELLINGBOROUGH aforesaid, on FRIDAY the 8th Day of MARCH next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Fore- noon of the same Day ; at which Time and Place the respective TOLLS arising at the two several Toll- Gates on the said Road, called the WELLINGBOROUGH GATE and the ABINGTON- LANE GATE, will he LETT to FARM, separately, by AUCTION, for two Years, from the 5th Day of April next, to the Best Bidders, between the Hours of Eleven and Two o'Clock of the same Day, in the Manner ditected by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads; which said several Tolls produced in the last Year ( clear of all Salaries for collecting the same), the respective Sums hereinafter- mentioned, that is to sav, Wellingborough Gate ..^'. 197 1 0 Abington- Lane Gate 190 0 6 and which Tolls will be respectively put up at these respective Sums. Whoever happens to be the Best bidder or Bidders must forthwith give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the respective Rents at such. Times as they shall direct Given under my Hand, this seventh Day of Fe bruary, in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight I Hundred and Five, JOHN HODSON, Clerk to the said Trustees. rj^ O COVER, the ensuing J. Guineas and a Crown, at rpilE - I. prepared by TICKLE R. Season, at Five ... BRAMPTON PARK, two Miles from Huntingdon, STICKLER; own Brother to Mr. Cookson's Diamond; got by Highflyer, Dam by Matchem. It- is requested, that Gentlemen, intending to have Mares covered by Stickler, will send Notice to J. FULLER, Stud- Groom, a;- Brampton, that a Suffi. ciencyof Grass and Paddocks may be preserved. V* All Expences for Covering, Sec. to be paid before the Mares are taken away. N. B. STICKLER is reckoned one of the handsomest Horses in England. i++ At the same Place are to be SOLD, THREE capital HUNTERS, and ONE of the first ROAD MARES ill the Kingdom. EASE FROM LAMENESS AND PAIN, IN A FEW HOURS. BRTTISII OINTMENT for CORNS, W. NAY LOR, Chemical Colour- Maker to his Majesty. This most excellent Oint- ment never fails curing hard or soft Corns in a very short Time, and gives Ease in a lew Hours. No other Trouble is require^ in using it, than rubbing a little on the Com, Night and Morning, with the Finger. The Proprietor begs Leave to observe, the Afflicted may rest assured of a Cure, as this is riot, like many published Things, an Imposition on the Public. By Appointment of the Proprietor, it is sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; also by the Printers of this Paper, their Agents and Newsmen, and by one Medicine Vender in every Market Town, Price 2s. 6d. Duty included. LOCKYER's Anti- bilious 8$ Antiscorbutic Pills. rpITESE PILLS were originally discovered and .1- many Years prepared by Dr.' Lionel Lockyer, who, in the Course of a very extensive Practice, admi- nistered them in a great Variety of Cases both among Rich and Poor, and established their Reputation beyond any other public Medicine of that Time. They resist Bile and all Obstructions of the Spleen and Liver, which, unremoved, corrupt the Blood, from whence How numerous Diseases, as Pains in the Head, Trem- blings, Palpitations of the Heart, Swooning, Vertigo, Hysterics, Sec. & c. ; they destroy Worms, core the Scurvy, Gout, Leprosy, Black and Yellow Jaundice, Overflowing of the Gall, Gravel, King's Evil, Fis- tulas, Piles, & c. Sec. Messrs. Dicey and Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, by Appointment of the Proprietors, are the only Whole- sale Venders; they are sold Retail bv the Printers of this Paper, and by every Vender of Medicines in the United Kingdom. Price 2s. 9d. a Box, with full Directions. ffT Observe that the Name of " M. WATSON," 1 one of the Proprietors, is signed in the Bills of ( il. ' rections,— All others are Counterfeit. A Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. From tlie LONDON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, February 19. THE Gazette of tliis evening contains two letters, one from Captain Poyntz, of the Mfelatnpus, off Ushant, stating his having cap- ture^ on the 13th instant, two of the enemy's gun- brigs, carrying three guns and 50 men each; and four luggers, of one gun and 25 men each ;— the other from Lieutenant Nicholson, of the Frisk cutter, stating his having captured a lugger of one gun, and 25. men, on tlie same morning. LONDON, February 21. Letters and papers brought by the Glory, put us in possession of some further intelligence from India. It appears that a series of battles have been fought with Holkar's troops, in all of which he has been completely worsted. His loss in one of these actions, is said to have amounted to nearly two thousand in killed and wounded. Some of the neighbouring Rajahs are in arms against him; and the desperation and tyranny of this formidable Chieftain, are only to be equalled, it is said, by his embarrassments. The official com- its accumulation. I propose io make an addition to tile Property Tax of one- fourth of the present duty, amounting to :£. 1,150,000, making, with the taxes within the year, about ±' 15,756,000. There will re main then £. 90,000,000 to be raised by a Loan. The Ways and Means Uius provided, will stand as follow :— Malt Duty £. 750,000 Duty on Pensions, Offices, & c 2,000,000 Surplus of tile Consolidated Fund 4,000,000 War Taxes 8,300,000 Duty on Property 4,600,000 Additional Ditto 1,150,000 Lottery 300.000 Total Surplus of Ways and Means, 1804, 1,192,115 Loan 20,000,000 " The Loan, raised upon more advantageous terms, creating a proportionably less capital, and paying less interest than a loan of not half the amount raised last year, renders it necessary ( with the addition of the in- terest upon the 3 per Cents, created for the pay- ment of the Loyalty Holders,) to provide for the pay- ment of interest amounting to =£. 1,537,000." To pro- vide for which lie proposed thc following new Taxes :— An increase on the Postage of Letters, General, Foreign, and Two- penny:— Id. on single letters by the General Post ; 2d. on foreign letters; and Id. on two- penny letters. An increase of the duty on Salt5s. a bushel on salt consumed at home, and 6d. a bushel on salt ex- ported to any part of Europe. On Pleasure Horses an addition of a fifth to the pre- sent duty, or 8s. iri addition to the 40s. now paid. The duty on Horses used in Husbandry to be increased from 12s. fid. to one pound. A duty of one per cent, upon direct Legacies, which PRINTING- OFFICE, HUNTINGDON. RS. JENKINSON, Widow, with the utmbst Deference, returns her grateful Thanks to the Nobility, " Gentry, and her Friends in general, for the Favours conferred on her late Husband and Self; she likewise begs Leave to inform them, that she intends continuing the PRINTING, BINDING, BOOK- SELLING, and STATIONARY BUSINESS, for the future Support of herself and Family, and re- spectfully solicits their kind Patronage, assuring them the most assiduous Attention will be paid to their Commands. ( O" All Persons who stand indebted to the late JOHN JENKINSON, are requested to pay their re- spective Debts to Ann Jenkinson, his sole Executrix ; and all Persons to whom the said John Jenkinson stands indebted, are desired to send in their Accounts immediately, that they may be discharged. February 13/^, 1805. m" I hitherto have been subject to no duty; and an addi- munications represent him as hemmed in on all tional duty upon Legacies charged on Land, and Lega- des, at the head of an army daily melting away FEBRUARY 22d, 1805. NOTICE is herebv given, That the Copyhold ESTATE, situated at LETTERING, in the County of Northampton ( advertised to be Sold by Auction in the Month of March next), IS DIS- POSED OF BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. To he SOLD bv PRIVATE CON TK ACT, 171 FTY TONS of good HAY, well got, at per Cwt. or Ton; to be taken off the Premises. Apply to S. BRAMPTON, Auctioneer, Ket- tering, Northamptonshire. by desertion, and for which he was unable to procure supplies. General Lake being in pos- session of Hinglais- Ghur, the strongest fortress in Holkar's dominions, sanguine expectations were entertained that this powerful Prince would be reduced to unconditional submission. list of the Minority who voted for thc Repeal of Mr. Pitt's National Defence Act:— Dukes of Clarence, Norfolk, and Bedford; Marquisses c ; r." kingham, Bute, L^ isdown, and Headfort; Earls Derby, Carlisle, Vrtiwifiixm, Suffolk, Berkeley,] < f'b. t- « •. Leicester, Albemarle, Spencer, Peterborough, | olitidnrieley, Guilford,' Cowper, Tankerville, For- I tc- scuS^ tfiSfirriarvou, Darnlcv, St. Vincent, | Stair, and t ftCf. Viscount Mavnard ; Lords De Cliff St. John of Kelsss. S. iv anil Sele, King, Montfort, j Foley, Stawell, CWtley, Rawden, Besborough, Grenville, Dundas, \' a:' borough, Kenyon, Carvsfort, j and Hutchinson.— The Dukes of Devonshire, Grafton, j St. Alban's, and several others, were absent, and proxies not entered in time. Lord Dalkeith is elected M. P. for St. Michael's, Cornwall, in the room of Mr. Dallas. Awful instance of Almighty Vengeance on a Cock- fighter, as recorded ill the Obituary of the Gentleman's Magazine for April, 1789:--" Died April Itil, at Tottenham, John Ardesoif, Esq. a young man of large fortune, and in the splendour of his horses and carriages rivalled by few country gentlemen. His table was that of hospitality, where it may be said he sacrificed too much to conviviality. Mr. Ardesoif was very fond of cock- fighting, and had a favourite cock, upon which he had won many profitable matches. The last bet lie laid upon his cock ho lost, which so enraged him, that lie had the bird tied to a spit, and roasted alive before a large fire. The screams of the miserable animal were so affecting, that, some gentlemen who were present attempted to interfere, which so enraged Mr. Ardesoif, that he seised a poker, and, with thc most furious vehemence, de- clared that he would kill thc first man who inter- posed ; but, in the midst of his passionate asseve- rations, he fell down dead upon the spot."' DIED. j On Saturday last, Miss Chapman, of Covent- harden Theatre. — w^ W^' WSWfis'Vii——— HOUSE of COMMONS, Monday, February 18. THE BUDGET. The House in a Committee of Ways and Means, the jJTtJcttLpR ofthe EXCHEQUER, after stating the gr>'.'.' t « at » <) f the joint charges upon England and Ire- land, ataainting in the > Jrr& to £ .39,1559,000, pro- ceeded torilticeanotherartiH- to:. expense. " 1 allude," says lie, " to one of great irrfpowance, in whatever li-' iit it be viewed, whether in regard to our own par- ticular interest, or in relation to the general security of Europe. His Majesty communicat-.- d in his speech at the opening of the Session, that a correspondence then subsisted between him and some of the Powers of the Continent, particularly the Emperor of Russia. It must be my hope and wish, that this connection may lead to the permanent security of the one and the other; but knowing the character of the enemy with whom we have to contend, it would be rash and pre- sumptuous to entertain a confidence that this great ob- it,: t can be Attained without great sacrifices, and extra- ordinary exertions on our part. 1 therefore propose to provide for a given expence, upon the possibility of its becoming necessary, and to call upon the Com-' rnittee for a sum of £. 5,000,000, which, added to the =£. 39) 559,000 above stated, will make the joint expence to lie borne by England and Ireland amount to 1 £. 4- 1,559,000s Of this sum 2- I7ths ate to be paid by I reland, amounting to .-£. 5,423,000, which will leave .>£. 39,136,000 to be defrayed by Great- Britain alone. Some other separate expences will necessarily swell the amountof the sum payable by Great. Britain: in the first place =£. 1,000,000 will be nccessarv to discharge the debt on account of the East- India Company; also a further sum of £ 474,000 for American claims ; and, in addition to these, there is a much larger sum, which has ari: r.. from a cause which I shall briefly explain. ' In the lastyear the surplus produce of the Consolidated 1 Fund was estimated at =£. 5,000,000, but a variety of circumstances contributed to diminish thc produce of the rc- ve. iue. In the first place, the produce of the year immediately antecedent was at an unexampled height; and the estimate was formed, of course, upon the greatest possible produce that could be expected. If it did not come up to that standard, we. have there- fore no great cause tor surprise or disappointment. There is also a further sum to be deducted of £. 48,000, Oil account ofthe Volunteers: leaving, together, an actual deficiency in the surplus of the Consolidated Fund of =£. 2,800,000, which, added to the three former sums, on account of thc East- India Company, the American claims, and Volunteers, make a total d eficiency of £.' 4,551,000. The whole account will stand thus: — Navy - £• 14,615,000 cies to Strangers in Blood The Sums which it is estimated the new taxes will produce, are as follow :— Post- Office Duties =£. 230,000 Salt 490,000 Salt exported 76,000 Pleasure Horses 110,000 Horses employed in Husbandry, Sec... 320,000 Direct Legacies 200,000 Legacies charged on Land 100,000 Legacies to Strangers 30,000 =£. 1,556,000 After some observations from Mr. Fox, against the new mode in which the House was called upon to vote tne Ways and Means previous to the Supply, and ob- jection^ against some of the proposed new taxes ; and a reply from Mr. Pitt; thedifterent Resolutions were agreed to. T Rich Meadow Lund ( Tythe- free.) To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ~ WO CLOSES of exeeeding rich MEADOW LAND, adjoining each other, and called by the Name of the WESTALL MEADOWS; containing toge- ther by Estimation 13 Acres ( more or less), lying in the Lordship ot DUSTON, in the County of North- ampton ( near Duston Mill), and now lett to the Trustees of the late Mr. Robert Blewitt, deceased, at a very low Rent. The Timber growing on the Estate is to be taken at a fair Valuation. *** For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, apply to Mr. BUSWELL, Attorney at Law, Northampton. N. B. The greater Part of the Purchase Money may remain on Security of the Premises, if desired. WANTED, as an ASSISTANT MAN, of an amiable Temper, T, A YOUNG . , who can teach Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic with Propriety.— Other Accomplishments will not be undervalued. ( PT* Address to W. MASON, Rowell, Northamp- tonshire. February 21j/, 1805. ANTED immediately, A JOURNEYMAN BLACKSMITH.— A good Hand, may have good Wages and constant Employ, by applying to I Jj; THOMAS HUNT, Polebrook, near Oundle, Northamp- ,, tonshire. SERVANTS. W" ANTED, A COOK, who thoroughly under- stands her Business, can manage a family with Economy, and send up a Dinner in a genteel Manner. She will have a Kitchen- Maid under her. Also, A HOUSE- MAID, who is well acquainted growing thereon. ,;. u . i 1 : .. i- .. , r _ - . , _ 1 , , - ru; - r FREEHOLD ESTATES, At HAIVNES, near Shefford, in the County of Bedford, To be SOLD by AUCTION, By B ROIV N fef SON, On Wednesday the 6th Day of March, 1805, at the White- Horse, Dead- Man's Cross, in the Parish of Hawnes aforesaid, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon ( subject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced,) in three Lots: Lot I jrCOMPRISES a neat and good HOUSE, Vy situate at HAWNES aforesaid, in the Occupation of John Matthews; consisting of a Par- lour, two Chambers, Pantry, Sec. with a substantial boarded Barn, Hogsties, & c. adjoining; likewise an i Orchard of excellent Pasture, well planted with Fruit ' Trees, in the highest Perfection, containing two Roods ( be the same more or less), and several Oak and Elm Trees growing thereon. Lot 2 Comprises a stout- built HOUSE, nearly adjoining, now in the Occupation of Jonathan Catlin ; consisting of a Kitchen, Parlour, and two Chambers, with a boarded Barn adjoining, and a large Garden, containing two Roods ( be the same more or less), with about thirty Fruit Trees and several Elm Trees HOTEL, BIRMINGHAM, Feb. 13th, 1805. \ TaGENERALMEETINGofSUBSCRipERS fX to a PLAN for establishing a FIRE- OFFICE in BIRMINGHAM, for insuring Houses, Ware- houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Farmers' Stock, Goods, Wares, Merchandize, and other Property, within Great- Britain, from Loss or Damage by Fire, JOHN STAIiTIN, Esq. in the, Chair, It < was Resolved, I. That a Company for the above Purposes be imme- diately formed, and that it be called by the Name of the BIRMINGHAM UNION FIRE- OFFICE. II. That the Capital of this Company shall not be less than Two HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS, in Shares of =£. 100 each, but that no Person shall hold more than four Shares. III. That no Partner in this Company shall be con- cerned as a Partner, or Agent, or insure in any other Insurance Company against Fire,, except his Amount of Insurance exceeds the Sum of Five Thousand Pounds on one Risk. IV. That each Proprietor shall pay into the Hands of Messrs. WILKINSON, STARTIN, and SMITH, the \ Sum of =£. 1 per Share, on the 18th, 19th, or 21st Days of February instant, an additional =£. 9 per Share to be paid into the Hands of the Treasurers on or before Lady- Day next, and an additional =£. 15 per Share on or before Michaelmas- Day next, making together the Sum of =£. 25 cn each Share. V. That the Directors shall invest on Government Securities, in the Names of the Trustees, all Monies advanced, and shall also invest from Time to Time, in the Names of the said Trustees, all Profits arising therefrom, except such Part thereof as the said Directors may deem to be necessary to pay the current Expences of the Institution. VI. That the Trustees, by Direction of the Directors, shall from Time to Time sell any Part of such Securities, to make good Losses anil Damages by Fire; and also, that til-: Directors shall be em- powered to make further Calls on the Proprietors, whenever the advanced Capital of the Company shall, by Losses by Fire or other Means, be re- duced below the Sum of Fifty Thousand Pounds. And in Case am Subscriber OP Subscribers shall make Default in Payment of any of the Calls the Directors shall so make, for the Space of Thirty Days after the same shall be due, and Notice, in WYMERSLEY ASSOCIATION. WHEREAS late on Saturday Night, or early on Sunday Morning last, some Person or Per- sons did STEAL and take out of a Turnip Close, in the Parish of YARDLEY- HASTINGS, in the County of Northampton, A TEG SHEEP, belonging to Mrs. WALKER, a Member of this Association, and did kill the same, as it is- supposed, in another Close in the said Parish, called Easton Piece Close, and did carry away the whole Carcase thereof, but left the Skin and Entrails in a Ditch in the said last- mentioned Close: Whoever will apprehend, or cause to be brought to Justice, the Person or Persons who committed the above Felony, so that he or they may be prosecuted shall receive a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS of Mr. C. Markham, Attorney, in Northampton, the Treal surer and Solicitor of this Association; and shall also, 011 his or their Conviction, receive a further Reward of TEN GUINEAS of the said Mrs. Walker.— And it more than one Person was concerned, and either will impeach his Accomplice or Accom- plices, he shall be entitled to the same Rewards, and Interest will be made to procure His Majesty's Pardon Northampton, Feb. lid, 1805. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. JOSEPH DUDLEY, At the Old- Crown, in Winslow, in the County of of Buckingham, on Wednesday the thirteenth Day of March, 1805, between the Hours of Thri- e and Six ot the Clock in the Afternoon, under and subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there pro- duced, rjw. following FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD .1. ESTATES, situate in WINSLOW aforesaid, and GRANDBOROUGH, in the said County of Buckingham; the Copyhold Parts whereof are Copy- hold of Inheritance, held of the Manor of Winslow aforesaid, subject to a small" Fine, which is certain : — Lot 1. A Copyhold Messuage or Tenement, Brick and Tile- built, and excellent Malt- House, capable of making fourteen Quarters of Malt per Week, situate near the Church- Yard, in Winslow aforesaid, with Barns and Garden thereunto adjoining, in thc Occu- pation of the Proprietor, Mr. John Cox, Plumber and Glazier. The Purchaser of the above Lot may b<- ac- commodated with 17 Acres of Pasture Land, either to rent or purchase, well supplied with Water; whereon is a new- erected Cow- House for ten Cows, with convenient Calf- Pens. Writing given him or her, or left at his or her j Lot 2. Two Copyhold Messuages or Tenements, ad- last Place or Places of Abode for that Purpose, j joinin; ' ' ........ . - . he or she shall absolutely forfeit his or her Share or Shares; and the Monies respectively paid on the said Shares to go into the joint Stock of the said Company. VII. That a Number of Shares be reserved for Gen- tlemen in the Vicinity ot Birmingham and the neighbouring Towns. VIII. That the Directors shall not insure more than Five Thousand Pounds on one Risk, which Risk shall be determined by the Directors. IX. That, r. o Proprietor sliail sell or dispose of his or her Share or Shares tor the first three Years, except in Cases where such Share or Sliarcs may devolve to Executors or . Administrators, or to Assignees or Trustees of an Insolvent Estate ; nor afterwards shall sell or dispose thereof to any Person who shall be disapproved of by two Thirds of the Directors at a special Meeting, who are to vote by Ballot. X. That a General Meeting shall be held once in each Year, in thc Month ot June, when the Directors j ney at Law, in Winslow aforesaid shall produce a fair Statement of the Accounts up the 25th Day of March preceding, examined with the cleaning of a House in general, can wash and iron well, and do plain Sewing.— Good Characters will be expected. ( pf" Enquire Of Mrs. DAVIES, Market- Place, Stony- Stratford, Bucks. ~~ NOTICWEmmons AM) CREDITORS. AIE Persons having any Claims or Demands . on the Estate and Effects of Mr. THOMAS PINCKERD, late of WESTON ING, in the County of Bedford, Farmer, deceased, are requested to send an Account thereof either to his Executor, Mr. Edward Aldridge, ofthe same Place, Butcher and Farmer; or Mr. Eagles, Attorney at Law, Ampthill; in order that the same may be settled.— And all Persons in- debted to the said Mr. Pinckerd at the Time of his Decease, are desired forthwith to pay their respective Debts to the said Mr. Aldridge or Mr. Eagles. Ampthill, Feb. 19/ 4, 1805. the pf* This Lot has a Right of Common over extensive Fields of Hawnes. Lot 3 Comprises a stout- built HOUSE adjoining,^ in the Occupation of Samuel Dunham; consisting of a Kitchen, Parlour, and two Chambers, with a Barn adjoining, and a large Garden, with about forty Fruit Trees, in the highest Perfection.— Likewise a sub- stantial Brick- built HOUSE, with Kitchens, Cham- bers, a Lean- to adjoining, two boarded Barns, and large Gardens, well stocked with Fruit Trees, now lett to John Hart and George Whittimore. *„* The Premises are well situated for Families, being lett at low and improvable Rents ; for a View of the same, apply to the TENANTS ; and for further Particulars, to BROWN & SON, Auctioneers, and Agents to the British Fire and Westminster Life- Office, Bedford. To CREDITORS AND DElSTOflb. ALL Persons who have any Claims or Demands on the Estate and Effects of W I L L I A M WARREN, late of RUSHDEN, in the County of Northampton, Farmer and Cow- Dealer, deceased, are requested forthwith to send an Account thereof to John Smith and John Mason, both of Rushden afore- said, the Executors of the said Deceased, in order that the same may be discharged; and all Persons who were indebted to the said William Warren, at the Time of his Death, are desired immediately to pay their respective Debts to the said John Smith and John Mason, or they will be sued tor tlie Recovery thereof without further Notice. Rushden, 2 ltr February, 1805. 12th FEBRUARY, 180' 5. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court ot Chancery, made in a Cause PIERSON against BLOOME, the Creditors of THOMAS BLOOME, formerly of ABBERFORD, in the County of York, and late of DAVENIRY, in the County of'Northampton, Land- Surveyor, deceased ( who died on or about the 4th of June, 179S), are to come in and prove their Debts before James Stanley, Esq. one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers, in Southampton- Buildings, Chancerv- Lane, London, on or before the twentieth Day of May, 1805; or in Default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the said Decree VALUABLE SHEEP, COWS, HOGS, & c. At ASTPfOOD, Buckinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BRO WN & SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday tile 12tli Day of March next, 1805," ALL the valuable SHEEP, COWS, HOGS, & c. the Property of Mr. JOHN BRIMLEY, of ASTWOOD aforesaid, . Who is leaving the Farm; consisting of 71 exceeding good Ewes, In- lamb, 12 Shearhogs, 76 Tegs, and one fine Ram ; six Cows, down- calving, two Dairy Cows, in full Profit, two barren Cows, five Heifers, three yearling Calves, and one fine yearling Bull; thirteen store Pigs, one spayed Yelt, & c. pr The Sheep are all of the Polled Sort. *„* The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock, and tlie Whole- to be sold without Reserve. joining each other, with the Barn, Yard, and Garden belonging thereto, situate near the Church- Yard, in Winslow aforesaid, in the Occupations of William Punn and James^ Royce. Lot 3. Two Copyhold Tenements, situate in Grand- borough aforesaid, late in the Tenure or Occupaticn j of John Norman and George Stairs, with theOrch. rd thereunto adjoining ; also about nine. Acrcs of Free- hold Pasture Land, in Grandboroi'gh aforesaid, ad- joining the Road leading to Winslow. Lot 4. Two Copyhold Tenements, situate ir. Grand- borough aforesaid, with the Garden and Orchard ad- joining thereto, well planted with excellent Fruit Trees and thriving Elm Timber, in- the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Chapman; also two otiier Copyhold Tenements and Garden, in Grandborough aforesaii, adjoining each other, in the Occupation of Christophtr Stairs and William Hogg. * » * For further Particulars, or to treat for any, or either, of the above Lots, apply to the Proprietor," L | Mr. JOHN COX, or Mr. LANCELOT WYATT, Attor- s i nt- v T . iiv i„ Winslnw - tV.,'.. .. 1 Army, England, =£. 14,616,000? Ireland,.. 4,000,000$ Miscellaneous Services, Ordnance, Sec.. For Continental Services On account of deficiencies 18,616,000 6,298,000 5,000,000 4,551,000 49,113,000 5,423,000 Deduct the Share to be borne by Ireland Final Sum to be defrayed by Great- Britain 43,690,000 WAYS AND MEANS. " I next proceed to state the Ways and Means to de- fray this sum. Thefirst is the malt duty, :£. 750,000; duties on pensions, Sec. =£. 2,000,000; surplus of ways and means of last year, =£. 123,646; and a sSrplus out of the navy, =£. 1,600,000 ; the surplus of the Con- solidated Fund, after deducting the permanent charges, amounts to =£. 4,300,000. I have taken into this es- timate a part of the diminution of the last year, which has arisen from circumstances that are temporary, principally in the articles of malt, spirits, tea, and wine. Of these a large stock was originally bought lip, in contemplation of a rise, and the consumption lias been since in proportion small. In the article of wine, a small duty was imposed, with a notice that a larger might be expected: this notification produced an immediate demand, and it was bought up to a con- siderable amount. Speculation was further excited in consequence of Its being understood, that the duty was only to be temporary. To correct this, however, in future, I shall take an opportunity to propose that lhe duty up:, n wine shall be made permanent. Making allowance, then, for the diminution, I shall only take ..-. edit for =£. 4,000,000, as the surplus of the Conso- lidated Fund.— The next article comprises the duty upon property, and the other war taxes. The produce Of these taxes was calculated last vear at the sum of £ 9,000,000, but 1 shall not take credit for nmre than £. 8,300,000. As, however, the amount of the war would not come up to their eslunate, I feel it my duty to call upon the House for extraordinary energy; to propose to it, by a fresh display of its cuirit, to make an exertion to keep down the amount ef'thc public debt, and prevent, as much as possible, DEBTORS TO JAMES LACY, deceased. AI. L Persons who stand indebted to the Estate . and Effects of JAMES LACY, late of CLOP- HILI., in the County of Bedford, Miller, deceased, are desired to pay their respective Debts to Mr. James Hanscomb, of Pirton- Grange, in the County of Hertford; or to Mr. Humberstone, of Upper- Graven- hurst, in tile County of Bedford, the Executors of the Will of the said James Lacy; or to Mrs. Lacy, his Widow, at Clophill aforesaid, on or before the 6th Day of April next. Clophill. Ulh February, 1805. Market- plar borough and Welford Turnpike- Roads from Northampton. IN Pursuance of the Order of the Rev. Euseby Isham, Clerk; William Buller, James Weltden Roberts, Nathaniel Pearce, and Thomas Wade, Esqrs.; the Rev. Wm. Stanton, George Boulton; and Robert Thornton, Clerks; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the next Meeting of the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Roads will be held at HIGHGATE- HOUSE, in the Parish of SPRATTON, on FRIDAY the 8th Day of MARCH next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. CHAS. MARKHAM, Clerk to the Trustees. Northampton, Feb. 2' id, 1805. ' Navigable Canal and Gloucester Tontine Shares.— Monthly Sale. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SCOTT, On Friday, March 1st, at Twelve o'Clock, at Gar- raway's, ' Change- Alley, London, rpHE OXFORD CANAL, FIVE SHARES in - I- this excellent Line; the Dividends have steadily advanced to =£. 13 per Share per Annum, and expected to increase. The STROUDWATER NAVIGATION, TWO SHARES in this improving Concern; the Dividend last Year was =£. 12 per Share. The LEEDS and LIVERPOOL CANAL, SIX SHARES in this established Navigation; the Divi- dends are =£. 8 per Share per Annum, with well- founded Prospects of a considerable Increase. Also, SHARES in the GRAND JUNCTION, WARWICK and NAPTON, ASHTON and OLD- HAM, ROCHDALE, CHELMKR, KENNET and AVON, and in the GLOUCESTER and BERKELEY CANALS. The GLOUCESTER MARKET TONTINE, TWO SHARES, bearing 5 per Cent. Interest, to increase according to Survivorship. f( ST Particulars may be had at the Office of this Paper; at the Hen- and- Chickens, Birmingham; at Hatchett's Hotel, Piccadilly; at Garraway's; and of Mr, Scott, New- Bridge- Street, London. For SALE by AUCTION, By MA SON & SON, On the Premises of Mr. MELLOWES, Stone- Mason, in ST. G ILES'S- STREET, NORTHAMPTON ( who has declined Business), on Thursday the 28th Day of February, 1805, ALL the SCAFFOLDING POLES, DEAL PLANKS, LADDERS, TRESSELS, WINCH and ROPE, Sec. WHEELBARROWS, RIBS and CENTRES; also a PANTILE- SHED, of 37 Feet long; with sundry Articles of the Trade. ( pr The Sale to commence at One o'Clock in the Afternoon. Oak, Ash, and Elm Timber. To be SOLD ^ AUCTION, By ROBERT ANDREWS, At the Angel Inn, in Carlton, in the County of Bed- ford, on Wednesday the sixth Day of March next, AL^ rge ' Quantity of prime OAK, ASH, and ELM TIMBER, standing in the Parish of CARLTON aforesaid; the Particulars of which will appear in next Week's Paper. Freeholds, Carlton and Chellington. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ROBERT ANDREIVS, At the Angel Inn, in Carlton, in the County of Bed- ford, on Wednesday the 6th Day of March next, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, in four Lots, Lot 1. \ Good substantial MESSUAGE, Stone- XJL built and Tiled, situate at CARLTON aforesaid, with Barns, Stables, See. and a small Orchard, well planted with Fruit Trees, adjoining, with the Cottage Right of Common thereto belong- ing, now in the Occupation of Francis Taylor. , Lot 2. A divided MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, also situate in CARLTON, now occupied by William Warden and John Brooks, with a large Garden ad- joining, and the Cottage Right of Common belonging thereto. Lot3. TWO TENEMENTS, situate at CHEL- LINGTON, in the said County of Bedford, now in the Occupation of John Brooks and John Johnson, together with a Barn, and large Orchard, well planted, adjoining ; and one Acre and one Rood of ARABLE LAND, lying on HODGE- HEDGE FURLONG, in CHELLINGTON aforesaid, with the Cottage and other Common Rights belonging thereto. Lot 4. A FARM- HOUSE and HOMESTALL, with the Appurtenances, situate at CARLTON aforesaid, in the Tenure of William Denton and the said Francis Taylor; with the HOME- CLOSE of two Acres of rich PASTURE LAND ( be tlie same more or less); and nineteen Acres and three Roods of ARABLE LAND, by Computation ; three Acres, by Computation, of MEADOW GROUND; a CLOSE of OLD SWEARD, of one Acre ( be the same more or less), called LAND CLOSE; and a CLOSE, called RUDD'S CLOSE, containing about three Acres, in- cluding a valuable SPINNEY of UNDERWOOD and TIMBER; lying in the several Parishes of CARLTON and CHELLINGTON aforesaid, toge- ther with the Cottage and other Rights of Common thereto respectively belonging. (} 5r A Bill is now in Parliament for the Inclosure of the several Fields of Carlton and Chellington, which renders these Enates capable of great Improve- ment, especially as the grea'er Part of the Lands lie in the best Situations, and among the best Land. *** FRANCIS TAYLOR, one ofthe Tenants, will shew the Premises. N. B. Further Particulars maybe known by Appli- cation to Mr. GARRARD, Attorney at Law, Olney, Bucks. to and passed by five Auditors, appointed at the preceding General Meeting ; and the Interest and Profits arising from the Capital Stock to be paid and divided among the Subscribers in Proportion to the Share or Shares they hold, so that 25 per Cent, at least, on each Share rerfiain as the Capi- tal of the Company; but no Interest or Profits to be paid till the 25th Day of June, 1807. XI. That no Person shall be eligible to serve as a Director who has not three Shares in the Com- pany. XII. That twenty- one Subscribers shall be appointed Directors, in the following Manner:— A List of all the Subscribers, for the Time being, who shall be qualified to be chosen ( as Directors) shall be delivered to each Subscriber present at the Gene- ral Meeting, which List shall have also a Figure written at the Head thereof, denoting the Number cf Shares such Subscriber holds, and each Part- ner shall make Crosses opposite to twenty- one Names in the said List, and shall deliver such T. lit so marked to the Chairman, before Twelve o'Clock of the Day ofthe Meeting; and every such List shall be calculated to stand for so many Votes for each Subscriber, marked in such List, as the Number at the Head of such List denotes, and that such twenty- one of the Names upon the said Lists which shall have the greatest Number of Votes, shall be the Directors. That five shall be competent to act, and five of them shall go out every Year, by Ballot ol the Directors, and five new ones shall be chosen in Manner aforesaid, to supply their Places every Annual General Meet- ing. Any Director may be re- elected after the Expiration of one Year. XIII. That the following Gentlemen shall act as a Committee till the Directors be chosen:— JOHN STARTIN, WILLIAM THOMPSON, THOMAS WARNER, THOMAS MANDER, JOSEPH I. F. DSAM, WILLIAM LEA, . HENRY PRATT, RICHARD SMITH, JOHN BARNETT, R. S.' SKEY, JOHN DICKENSON, JOHN BAYNHAM, J. W. KEENE, WILLIAM GETLEY, EDWARD 1' IERCY. THOMAS CHESTON, XIV. That the Directors shall nominate five Trustees. XV. That Messrs. WILKINSON, STARTIN, and SMITH, be appointed Treasurers. 1 XVI. That Mr. RICHARD BIRD be appointed Soli- citor. XVII. That the Directors shall have the Power to nominate the Secretary, Agents, Clerks, & c. XVIII. That the Articles of the Company shall be drawn up bv the Solicitor, to be laid before the r. ext General Meeting; and, when approved, to be engrossed and signed by every Subscriber, with the Sums subscribed, and Seals affixed to his oi- lier Name. XIX. That no Alteration shall be made in these Re- Solutions, except by two- thirds of the Votes at a General Meeting; none but Female Subscribers, and Subscribers living upwards of five Miles from the Town of Birmingham, to vote by Proxy ; and no Subscriber to hold more than five Proxies. XX. That Firemen and Engines be provided at the Discretion of the Directors. XXI. That the Subscription Books remain open to receive Names till the 1- ltli of March next, at the Bank of the Treasurers. XXII. That the foregoing Resolutions be inserted in the three Birmingham Papers ; and that they he also printed, and distributed to each Subscriber. JOHN STARTIN, Chairman. The Chairman having left the Chair, Resolved, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to him, for his able and impartial Conduct. G2t" Upwards of 1500 Shares are already suscribed for. EDWARD BOVVER, THOMAS BARRS, RICE PRITCHITT, THOMAS BEI LBY, JAMES OSBORN, JOSEPH SHORE, EDWARD CAIRNS, BEDFORD FREEHOLD. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. THOMAS BROOKS, On Saturday the 6th Day of April, 1805, at the House of Mr. John Garner, the George Inn, in Bedford, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced ( unless previously disposed of by Private Contrac., in which Case Notice will be given,) AGood DWELLING- HOUSE and GROCER's SHOP, now in full Trade, pleasantly situ.' ltd in SAINT JOHN'S- STREET, in the Town of BED !• ( i • , in the Occupation of Mr. William Negus; compri- i. g a good Parlour and Shop in Front, a conveniint Kitchen and Wash- House, with a Well ofexc, uent Water and a Lead Pump ; four roomy Bedchambers un the first Floor, and three Garrets; and a small Yard and Garden. ( pf" The above Premises are well calculated for Trade, or the Residence of a small genteel Family. *** For a View of the Premises, apply to' the TENANT; and for further Particulars, and to treat by Private Contract, to Mr. PULLEY, Surgeon, or Mr. EAGLES, Attorney at Law, both of Ampthill. N. B. The Tenant is under Notice to quit at Mid- summer next. On Monday, the 25th of February, will be publish, J, THE FIRST VOLUME OF RPHE ENGLISH DRAMA; or, A COLLEC- J. TIONof PLAYS ofthe most celebrated Author with Critical and Biographical Essays, and an Hrsl torical Enquiry into the DRAMA and'the STAGE. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rces HI, ! Orme, Paternoster- Row; William Miller, Aibe- marle- Street; and A. Constable & Co. Edinbur — Sold also by W. Birdsall, J. Abel, and T. Btr, ham, Northampton; and C. Jacob,- Peterborough. A finely. engraved Portrait of each Author, from the most authentic Sources, to be hereafter fixed to the Life of its appropriate Original, will ac- company most of the Volumes; and every Plav will be enriched by a highly- finished Engraving up-..\ first Page, illustrative of its Subject, from Paintir, » by the best Artists. The following havealrea. iy i. in- duced Pictures for the Work, namely, Smirke, R Stothard, R. A.; Westall, R. A.; Tresham, R. A • Thompson, R. A. ; and Howard, A. R. A.; which are in the Haads of the following Engravers :— Heath Anker Smith, Parker, Raimbach, Warren, Neagle' Cromeck, Noble, Delatre, Evans, Hopwood. arid Littler; and other Artikts of Celebrity will be em- ployed. ner, with Proof Plates, in Royal 8vo. fcach Volume will contain three Plays. Thc Price of the Crown will be 10s. fid. and of the Roval 18s. each Volume N. B. A Prospectus of the Work may be had at the Publishers', where Specimens may be seen. To Families, Innkeepers, Butlers, cjr. Just published, in Quarto, the Eleventh Edition,- with Shillings Two REFORMATION OF LUTHER. This Day is published, in one Volume, 8vo. with a fine Portrait of Luther, and a' Sketch of his Life, Price 9s. in Boards, AN ESSAY on the SPIRIT and INFLUENCE of the REFORMATION of LUTHER ; with an Appendix, containing a short but comprehensive Sketch of the History of the Christian Church. By C. VILLERS. Faithfully translated from the last Paris Edition, by B. LAMBERT, Author of the New History and Survey of London, See. ( Pa" This Work obtained the Prize proposed by the National Institute of France on the following Question : —" What has been the Influence of the Reformation of Luther on the political Situation of the dilf& rent States of Europe, and the Progress of Knowledge."— The Approbation with which this Work has been ho- noured both by the Instituteandthe Public of France, is the best Proof of its Merit.— Thefirst Edition was sold in a very short Time. *** A French Critic says—" This is an excellent Work, and well deserved the honourable Distinction which the Institute decreed to it.'' London : Printed for M. JONES, No. 1, Paternoster- Row; and sold by W. BIRDSALL, Northampton; and by all other Booksellers in Town and Country. considerable Improvements, Price and Sixpence, ATREATISE on the Nature of Brewing fine . rich high- flavoured Ales, and DORCHESTER BEERS - • with London Porter and Bn- wn Stout ( not such horrid Trash as Brewers impose on the Public); and the Porter can be brewed in any Part of the Globe from this Book, as well as in London ; for the Idea of Thames Water is alia Farce; and if Gentlemen, Inn- Keepers, and Publicans, would only give it a Thought, the great Advantages they have in brewing their ov> n Ma:' Liquors, and knowing what thev drink, few would purchase Brewers' Beer, three Parts made up with Drugs. Likewise, fine esteemed WELCH and OAT ALES ( all of which may be introduced at the first Tables as a wholesome Beverage), and FINE B.\- IL: V WINES; and in choosing of good Malt, Hops, and Cheae; also in Coals, for there is so much M'astc in . Families, Inns, Sec. that there will be a Saving of a HUNDRED POUNDS A YEAR. Likewise, Price Half- a- Guinea, the Third Edition of Fifteen Capital Receipts, for Families, Inn- Keepers, and Publicans, to make up their own fine London Cor- dial Gins ( superior to any Hollands), Peppermint, Ani- seed, Green and Yellow Usquebaughs ( so fine for the Gout, Sec.) all made from the pure Barley Malt Sp- rit, and no Still required ; and Directions how to purchase tlrem. Together with making fine cuHous Orange Shrubs, where five Shillings a Gallon is saved: And are the best Half- Guinea, and Tvio Shillings and Sixpence, any Family, Publican, or Dealer in Spirits, ever hid out; for then their Eyes mill be open, and see the KAPU FORTUNES THAT ARE MADE in a few Years bv the Spirit and Beer Trade ; or how could the Bre- wers and Distillers keep their fine Country Seats, Sec. and give their Clerks from =£. 300 to =£. 400a Year Salary ? Sold, in London, by Jackson, Stationer, Corner of Orchard- Street, Oxford- Street; Dang rfield, Berke- ley- Square; Kerby, Stafford - Street, Bond - Street; Knight and Triphook, 38, St. James's- Street; Chap- pie, 66, Pall- Mali; Winchester, 61, in the Strand; Byfield and Son, Corner of Craig's- Court, Charing- Cross; Highley, 24, Fleet- Street; Harris ( lateNew- beryj, Corner ot St. Paul's Church- Yard; Asperne, 3- 2, Cornhill; Blacks and Parry, 7, Leadenhall- Stieet; Moore, 48, in Ditto; and Muggcridge, 92, in the Borough ; also, by Thomson and Son, and Dean and Clarke, in Manchester; and Collins, Salisbury: and by the principal Booksellers all over England. Next Month is a choice one for BrewiiiJ ly t- in ty s. 11 r y > f s ft j- D i. If I- IV : k Df ie h u tr p in h in ) i J- rd it bf id tr r r » i- se i, • h rd h Id & F 9n rd f: e, , d !„ y i- ! e in iIt kl tit St in ot' >„ i, t- 11- se If, 1C » > t; o It • d K » f I- ic in 1 w ir. A MEETING OF JUSTICES, For Ihe TOWCESTER DIVISION only, 7TLL be held once a Fortnight at the SARA- CF. N'S- HF. AD INN, in TOWCF. STF. R ; and the first Meeting is fixed for TUESDAY the 5th of MARCH next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. t By Order of the Justice?; HY. HUGHES, Clerk. PROPERTY T? X. — KETTERING DIVISION. rpHE Commissioners acting for the Division of J.. KETTERING, in the County of Northampton, under an Act of Parliament for granting to His Majesty a " Contribution on the Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices, do hereby give Notice, that they will meet at the GEORGE INN, in KETTERING, on MONDAY the 4th Day of MARCH next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the Purpose of granting Exemptions and Abatements to such Per- sons entitled thereto under the Provisions of the said Act, as reside in the Hundred of CORBY, in the said Division ; and that they will meet at the WHITE- HART INN, in KETTERING, on TUESDAY the 5th Day of MARCH next, at the same Hour, for the Purpose of granting Exemptions and Abatements as aforesaid, to such Persons as reside in the Hundred of HUXLOE, in the said Division ; and also that they will meet at the GEORGE INN aforesaid, on WEDNESDAY the 6th Day of MARCH next, at the same Hour, for the Purpose of granting such Exemptions and Abatements as abovemcntioncd, to such Persons as reside in the Hun- , died of ROWELL, in the Division aforesaid; and that __ , . .. . no Claim will be allowed, unless the Person making gate, and of her having been carried into that port, , the same shall at the same Time deliver in a Decla- ration, in Writing, signed by him or her, stating mvMmm& miimwmwguimm Friday and Saturday's Posts. L 0 N D 0 . V, February 2< 2. SIX Gottenburgh Mails have arrived.— They bring very little intellisence from the North of Europe; and whatever information is to be col- lected from them respecting what is passing in the South, is ei'her extremely suspicious, or has been for the greater part anticipated by the last arrivals from Hamburgh and France. Private information has been received, which is partlv confirmed by these mails, that, the Toulon fleet has put to sea," with 10,000 troops on board. The advices from Russia, Sweden; & c. are to- tally silent as to the state of any negociat. ious, or of any armaments supposed to be carrying on in those parts of the Continent. A cutter has been dispatched by Government to Sir Edward Pellew, to advise him of the escape of the French fleet from Rochefort, and of the possibility of its being destined for the East- Indies. Advice was received nn Thursday from Fal- mouth, of the capture, off the Western Islands, of the Noustra Senora del Rosarro, heavily laden with susrar, and 70,000 dollars, bv the Ura'nie fri- Last night Mr. Windham brought fqrward his loug- promised motion in the House of Commons, respecting the state of our Military Defence. The debate took a singular and very unexpected turn; for, after a most able and eloquent reply from Mr. Canning, the Opposition did not feel themselves disposed to continue the contest, or possibly hoped to derive some advantage from an early division. The numbers who voted for Mr. Windham's motion were 96 against 542.— Majority 146. Mr. Wind- ham has very considerably changed his opinion respecting the Volunteers; they are no longer re- presented as the " depositaries of panic." It is now merely said, that they are not equal to regular troops.— It is supposed' that there is a want of cordiality in the different orders of the Opposition as not one of the Members of the old one sup- ported Mr. Windham; and Mr. Sheridan, as soon as the motion of that gentleman was disposed of, announced his intention of bringing forward ano- ther of a similar kind. Yesterday his Grace Dr. Sutton, the new Arch- bishop of Canterbury, was consecrated at Bow Church, according to ancient usage, attended by a considerable number of English Prelates. Yesterday the Rccordcr made the report to his Majesty, of the convicts under sentence of death in Newgate; when 11. Hayward, alias R. Ilarwood, for assaulting and cutting Mrs. Wilson and B. Cantrv ; and J. Tennent, for stealing in the dwell- ing- house of Robert Shawe, Esq. bills of ex- change and money, to the amount of of. 5000; were ordered for execution on Thursday next. COURT of KING'S- BENCH, Feb. 19.— Tayler v. Br.' Mres tend Co.— This was an action upon a bill of exchange for of .112 10s. which had been stolen from Hartford and Co's brewhouse, at Limehouse, and afterwards found its way to the defendant's banking- house at Leicester, where it was discounted for a person, who called himself a traveller in the house of Roades and Co. of London. — 1The only question in the ease was, whether the defendants had used due precaution in discounting the bill without inquiry, merely upon the opinion they had of the names upon the face of the bill; but it ap- pearing that the defendants gave a full consider- ation for the bill, and were in all respects bona fde holders, the Jury found a verdict for the de- fendants. [ The paragraph in our last, respecting the death of Dr. Routh," ot Henley- upon- Thatr. es ( copied from a neighbouring print), appears to be unfounded.] ACURATE WANTED, in Priest's Orders, to take the Care of two Churches in the Neigh- bourhood of Maiket- Harborough. ( pr betters, Post- paid, addressed to P. R. High- gate- House, near Northampton, will beduly attended to. therein the particular Source or Sources from which his or her Income doth arise, and the aggregate Amount thereof; which Declaration the Person making the same is to verify upon Oath, if required.— And the said Commissioners do also give Notice, that, tor the current Year, no Declaration will ' be afterwards re- ceived, unless there shall be good Reason for allowing the same. By Order of the said Commissioners, J. MEADOWS, Clerk. Thorpe- Malsar, 19 th Feb. 1801 _ _ iTTTT, And may be entered upon immediately, or at Lady- Day next, \ Very substantial Stone- built MESSUAGE or J. V TENEMENT, with convenient Outbuildings, ' i Gardens, and Appurtenances thereunto _ be! ongitijj. WOBURN, Feb. 22D, 1805. RS. THORNTON begs the Friends and Customers of her late Husband will accept her sincere Thanks for their Favours; and informs them and the Public in general, that Mr. DRAKE, Nephew of the late Mr. THORNTON, having entered into PARTNERSHIP, the MERCERY, DRA- PERY, and WOOL BUS1 MESS will, in future, be carried on under the Firm of THORNTON & DRAKE; who hope, by Assiduity and Attention, to merit a Continuance of their Favours. ( PT The present Stock will be disposed of at a verv reduced Price. N. B. All Persons who stood indebted tothe late Mr. THORNTON at the Time of his Decease, are re- quested to settle their Accounts at the Shop. DRAWING TAUGHT. R. YEATHERD, Successor to the late Mr. L GEORCKRIE, at ASPLEY SCHOOL, takes the Liberty to inform the Nobility and Gentry resi- dent in the Vicinitv, that he proposes to give LESSONS in the various Branches of DRAWING, viz. Landscapes, Figures, Flowers, Portraits, & c. & c.; he also employs his leisure Time in faking L) K E- N ESSES, in Oil and Miniature, on reasonable Terms. ( PF Mr. YF. ATKERD, having pursued his Studies at the Rbyal Academy for some Years, and completed them under one of the most eminent Artists in the Metropolis, flatters himself that he shall give Satis- faction where employed. *** Anv neighbouring Schools, and private Fami- lies, will be attended on the usual Terms. N. B. On Account of the present flourishing State of the above Seminary, Mr. n right wishes to engage an additional ASSISTANT, of Character and Merit, to teach English and Arithmetic, for which a proper Salary will be given.— An unmarried Man, about 25 or .' 10 Years of Age, will be preferred. • Asp/ ejt, Beds, Feb. 22d, 1805. To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, and other FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of NORTHAMPTON. ONE of the VERDERERSIIIPS of SAI. CF.- Y FOREST being vacant by the. Death of John Clarke, Esq. I beg Leave to solicit the Favour of your Votes and Interest to succeed hint; anil should I be to fortunate as to meet with your Approbation and Support, it will confer a lasting Obligation on, Your most obedient and humble Servant, W. WAKE. Courteenhall, Jan. 14th, 1805. A] Sir GREGORY PAGE TURNER, Baronet, deceased. LL Persons who have any Demands on his Estate, aie desired forthwith to transmit an Account thereof to Messrs. Maberly, Daniell, and Maberly', B: Yoi.'- Row, London, in order to their Adjustment and Discharge. FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. RUN AWAY, from the Parish of Lillingstime- I. ovell, in Northamptonshire, and left his Wife situate and being in the Parish of KINGSTHORPE, J ^ VRO SAUNDER S 5ES. Ml ! * fattve of the Parish of Leekhampstead, Sucks, and who has lately been removed from thence to the Parish of Lillingstoni'- Coyelli— He is about 25 Years of Age, rather short, but stout made, is full eyed, of a ruddy Complexion, tull taced, and has a gruff Voice; and it is supposed- lias worked on the Grand Junction Canal. If the said Richard Saunders will immediately re- from Northampton to Welford, and commanding a most delightful Prospect t.' i the South, and in every j Respect calculated for the Reception of a small genteel Family. Also, a CLOSE of very good LAND, containing about three Acres, adjoining the above Premises, may- be taken therewith, if required. *** The above Premises are also a very desirable Situation for a Nurseryman, fpr" For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. HOWES, licitc Solicitor, in Northampton GTNTIET To be A3 RESIDENCE. L E T T, And may be entered upon immediately, or at Lady- Day next, LL that neat and convenient HOUSE, pleasantly situate at PISFORD, about five Miles from Northampton, or, tiie Market- I- Iarborough Road ; consisting of a large Hall, Dining and Break- fast Parlour, Housekeeper's Room, Kitchen, Brew- house, Dairy, Sec. oil the Ground Floor; sufficient Cellars; good Chambers and Dressing- Rooms; suit- able attached and detached Out- Offices, Coach- House, Stables, Granaries, good Garden and Shrubbery, tastefully Is;;! out; with or without two Closes of Land; the Whole forming a very comfortable Resi- dence, and has b.: en lately put into excellent Repair. { pi* For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. KIR- siiAW, Surveyor and Auctioneer, Northampton. February 22,/, 1805. PLAISTERERS. ANumber of good Hands may have constant Employ, by applying to JAMES CHAMBERLAI N, Plaisterer, See. ' College- Lane, Northampton; or to Mr. JAMES BARGE, Weedon, near Northampton; where may be had, a Quantity of capital DUTCHESS and COUNTESS SLATES. WANTED, TO RENT, AHOUSE ( with or without a Stable and . Chaise- House), for a small Familv, in the Town or Neighbourhood ot LE1GHTON - BUZZARD, Bedfordshire; consisting of one or two Sitting and three Sleeping- Rooms, with a Garden and other Con- veniencies.— Rent from ten to fourteen Pounds a Year. ( pr" For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. JOHN STONE, J. eighton; if by Letter, Post- paid, FEBRUARY 22d, 1805. CPURSER, Chemist and Druggist, Bedford) . respectfully informs the Public", that lie has just received a fresh Supply of GODBOLD's VEGETABLE BALSAM. ( Pf To prevent Fraud, Messrs. Godbohi's Name is written on every lathel, and printed at full Length upon each Stamp that covers the Cork of each Bottle, To be SOW by PRIVATE CONTRACT^ rjW- VO CLOSES of exceeding rich ARABLE and .1. PASTURE LAND, sit- iafe in the Parish of BARBY, in the County of Northampton; containing together by Estimation eighteen Acres, or thereabouts ( be the same more or less), called or known by the Names of HOPTHOI; N FURLONO and HOPTHORN HILL, now in the several Tenures or Occupations of Mr. Bartholomew Clarke and Mr. Moses Cowley. ILT For further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase, apply to Mr. BARTHOLOMEW CLARKF,, of Barby; or to Mr. HOWES, Solicitor, Northampton. FARM, turn to the Parish- Officers of Lillingstone- Lovell, he will be forgiven the Offence he has committed ; and it not, any Person who will give Information to them where he may be found, will be handsomely rewarded; and if he is at a considerable Distance, any Person who shall bring him to the Parish- Officers, shall receive of them FIVE GUINEAS for his Trouble and Expences. To be LETT, And entered upon immediately, 0 EVERAL ROOMS of a good HOUSE, in a 1 7 very pleasant and airy Part of the Town of WE L- L1NG BO ROUGH, in the County of Northampton, with necessaiy Outbuildings and Pleasuie Grounds, and with or without two Acres of rich ~ adjoining. ( pr' For Particulars, Wellingborough aforesaid. Grass Land enquire of H. Boss, of To Brewers, Publicans, Coopers, and others. To be SOLD bv A U C T I O N, By Mr. KI AS HA IV, On the Premises, in HORSE- SHOE- LANE, NORTH- AMPTON, on Thursday the 28th Day of February, 1S05, rpWENTY - ONE capital, large, well- built, - I. Iron- bound Casks; consisting qlf several Eleven- Hogsheads, Seven- Hogsheads, Three- Hogsheads, and Butts. ( pr The Sale will commence at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. A FREEHOLD COTTAGE and HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS IIAIV, On Tuesday the 26th Day of February, 1805, at Holcot, in Northamptonshire, Convenient COTTAGE, situate in the Village of HOLCOT aforesaid; consisting of two Rooms on the Ground Floor, and two Chambers over the same; with a Pantry, Yard, large Barn, Pigstye, and good ( Garden, late in the Occupation of Samuel Barker, deceased. , The HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE consists of Bedsteads and Bedding; Oak Chest of Diawers; Tables and Chairs; Kitchen Requisites, and many useful Articles; also, several Lots of WEARING- APPAREL, & c. Sec. ( jCr" The Sale of the Household- Furniture will begin at Ten o'Clock ill the Morning; the. Cottage will be sold at the Swan, in Holcot, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. LONDON, February 23. MONITEURS to the 12th, and Dutch Journals to the 17th instant, have been received.— The addresses of the different Public Bodies to their new Sovereign, are full of harsh comments and virulent invectives against the mild and tem- perate answer of our Government to the hollow overtures of Bonaparte. The French Budget, to meet the cxpences of the year, was presented on the 11th. T he details are promised in the Moniteur of the 13th. The expenditure in the mean time is estimated at 684 millions, nearly 29 millions sterling; and the Civil List at 27 millions, about a million and a quarter sterling. Amongst the Ways and Means, are, a land tax of 206 millions, a poll tax of 32 millions, and a door and window tax undefined. The new city of Napoleon, which is to be in the centre, and to become the capital of La Vendee, is to be exempted from the land tax for fifteen years. The Dutch papers manifest only the dreadful suspense under which they labour in Holland as to their new Government: however, no imme- diate chance or change is likely to ameliorate their condition. The interference of Prussia has shut out the Corsican Dynasty from the Stadt- holde. rate; and, therefore, the Usurper has de- creed, that Schiinmelpenninck shall hold, pro tem- pore, the reins of authority. It is said that the French Government has refused passports to Captain Paget, appointed the British Agent in France for prisoners of war. A cartel, which arrived on Wednesday, brought dispatches from the French Minister of Marine, which, according to report, state, in very haughty terms, the resolution of his Corsican Majesty, that no such Agent should be admitted into his dominions from this country. Adviees from Dublin state, that the heads of the Irish Catholics had a final meeting on Satur- day last, on the subject which has so long engaged their attention, and which they were preparing to submit to the Legislature of the United Kingdom. At this meeting, however, Lord Fingal expressed his determination to secede; and theCatholicNobi- lity, as well as the great bodyof the landed interest, signified their resolution not to proceed any further upon the subject, without the express sanction and countenance of Government. This resolution, in the present posture of affairs, is highly honourable to Lord Fingal, and to all the noblemen and gen- tlemen who have followed his patriotic example, as it shews that the welfare of the Empire at large is the great object of their consideration; and that whatever they may feel in matters of private faith, they are determined not to engage in any thing that can tend to disturb the opera- tions of Government, and hazard the tranquillity To be SOL D, OUR CLOSES of very rich ARABLE, J MEADOW, andPASTURE GROUND, situate j in the Parish of MILTON, near Northampton, ad- i joining the Turn pike- Road leading to Towcester ; I containing together fifty Acres, or thereabouts.— Also ' another CLOSE of rich LAND, in the same Parish, on the South Side of the said Road; containing fifteen Acres, or thereabouts.— All which said Premises were late in the Occupation of Mr. Benjamin Lever, DC( PR inquire of Mr. ABBEY, Solicitor, North- i the country at an awful crisis like the present, ampton. - 0ood- accustomed Inn. by AUCTION, To M f i FREEHOLD At NEJVTON- B ROMSHOLD. be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SMITH, At the Green- Dragon Inn, in Higham- Ferrers, in the Countv of Northampton, on Friday the 15th Day of March, 1805, at Four in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of bv Private Contract, ot which due Notice will be given, ALL that convenient and substantial FA RIM- HOUSE, BARNS, STABLES, CO W- HOUSE, and other suitable OFFICES, in excellent Repair; together with 173A. 3R. 33P. Statute Measure, ot j ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, divided into the following Closes :— Old- inclosed Meadow Land, with Home Dairy Close, iaiiidownto Grass about four Years - -- Five Closes of Arable Land, 17A. 3R. 19P. each Sheep Pasture Copyhold Estate.— To be S 0 L D By Mr. KIRS HA IV, On the Premises, on Wednesday the 6th Day of March, 1805, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, .4 I, L that good- accustomed, well- situated ' INN, / JL known by the Name or Sign of the HORSE- AND- GROOM, situate in SHEEP- STREET, in the populous Town of WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton.— The Premises consist of an excellent Parlour, Bar, Kitchen, Cellar, commodious Brew- house, four good Chambers on the first Floor, Attics over the same, large Yard, Stabling for upwards of fifty Horses, Garden, Pigsties, & c. & c.— Together with TWO MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS ad- joining. ( pi* Possession may be had agreeable to the Pur- chaser. *** For further Particulars, enquire on the Pre- mises; of Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Wellingbo- rough; or the AUCTIONEER, Northampton. FREEHOLD- ESTATE! To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIR S HA IV, On Thursday the 7th Day of March, 1805, at the Crown Public- House, at Wootton, near North- ampton, To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE following Lots oi* very rich ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, situate in CATTHORP, in tlie County of Leicester:— Lot 1. A Dwelling- Housc, situate in the Village of Catthorp, with a commodious Farm- Yard, and a new- built Bam and other convenient Outbuildings standing thereupon; a Close, called the Back Ground, of rich Pasture Land adjoining, containing together near six Acres; also another rich Pasture Close, lying at a small Distance, called \ ami's Close, con- taining near seven Acres. Lot 2. Two Meadows of rich Pasture Land, called the Great and Little Hollands Meadows; containing together about ten Acres and a Half, and adjoining the Road leading from the Watling- Street Road to Cat- thorp. Lot 3. Four C loses of very useful Arable Land, called the Gent Slades, containing upwards of twenty- eight Acres, lying together, and adjoining the said Road to Catthorp. Lot 4. A Close of rich Pasture Land, called the Cottage Close, containing upwards of four Acres, lying adjoining the said Road, and near the Village. Lot 5. Two other Closes, and a Meadow adjoining, of good Arable and Pasture Land, containing near forty- one Acres, called the Love Park, the Nether Ground, and Meadow, lying adjoining the Road from Catthorp to Lilborn. ( pj" The above Premises are in the Occupation of Mr. Joseph Jenaway, as Tenant at Will; and for further Particulars, or to treat for the same, apply to Mr. CALDECOTT, Attorney at Law, in Rugby. ESTATE at ROIVELL, Northamptonshire. To be LETT, or SOLD by AUCTION, Some Time in March or April next, if not previously disposed of by Private Contract, ACompact FREEHOLD FARM, situate at ROWELL aforesaid; consisting of a central Farm- House, and ISO Acres of Pasture Land, in a Ring Fence, and subdivided, well wooded and watered, with all Convcniencies for Dairy or Grazing ; with a Wood ( Timber) and Copse, of seven Acres.— Land- Tax and Tythe- free.— Immediate Possession may be had. pf* For further Particulars, apply to Mr. CHARLES COOKE, of Rowell; or to the PRINTERS of this Paper; if by Letter, Post- paid. There were, however, persons present at this meeting who did not enter into the enlarged views of the majority, but who placed Sir Thomas French in the chair, and resolved to peirsevere in measures, which, after such an important secession, ati'urd but small hopes of eventual success. FORTUNATE LOTTERY TICKETS. Assessed Tares.— On this subject a correspondent desires us to insert the following useful remarks.— " lile Commissioners, although they confirm a sur- charge, may remit the penalty, if there appears a well- founded doubt, and no fraud on the part of the appellant. If it appears, that the surcharge was vexatiously made, the officer who made thu same is to forfeit, as for a neglect of duty. If any surveyor or inspector wilfully under- rates or over- rates, or omits to charge,- or is guilty of any corrupt practices, he shall forfeit „£. 100, and be dismissed, and uo prosecution stayed. On Saturday last Lionel Warwick, waggoner, was convicted before William Walcot, jun. Esq. otie of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for this county, in the penalty of twenty shillings, for driving his waggon through the town of Thrapston on the Lord's day. Caution to Journeymen Mechanics.— On Thursday se'nnight Joseph Collins, a journeyman boot- maker to a respectable tradesman in Chelmsford, was committed to the house of correction to hard labour for two months, under the Statute of 17 Geo. 3. on the complaint of his master, for having absconded from his employment, leaving a quantity of boots which he had undertaken to make, unfinished for the space of eight days and upwards. The above statute inflicts a punishment of im- prisonfnent, not exceeding three months, for the above oflfence. As this was the fiist offence of this man, the Magistrates remitted one- third part of the confinement; but at the same time de- clared, that as this species of offence w as become of late years a very great evil to tradesmen", and an injury to the public at large, they would on ail future occasions of this sort inflict the full punish- ment authorized by law.— A second complaint, we understand, was exhibited by the same master, under the Act of 22 Geo. 2. against another work- man, for spoiling work entrusted to his care; but was dismissed, as not having been preferred within a reasonable time after the offence was com- mitted, viz. for making boots iti a way which has by the trade been called fudge work ; and as our readers may be the more apprised of this fudge work, we give it them as it appeared before the Magistrates:— In adding the soles to the upper part of the boots or shoes, a very'tew stitches are run lengthways round the foot, and the top part of the sole is artfully indented, to represent stitches as taken through, when in reality none have been taken, so that the principal strength then consists in a cement or glue with which they are fastened, and which, of course, soon separate? on coming into wear. We think, in addition to the above statement, and exclusive of the law for punishing combinations among workmen, it may be of use, both to the master anil journeyman mechanic, to extract from the above statutes, which relate to artificers and handicraftsmen of almost every denomination, the following clauses:— By 22 Geo. 2. cap. 27. it is enacted, that if any servant, or person, being hired, retained, or employed in the arts or mysteries therein enumerated, shall wil- fully damnify, spoil, or destroy any of the goods, wares, or woik Lommitted to his care or charge, or wherewith he shall be entrusted, he shall lorteit to the owner double the value thereof, and, on non- payment, be committed to the house of correction not exceeding three months, or until satisfaction is made. By 17 Geo 3. cap." 56. it is enacted, that if any person, being hired, retained, or employed to prepare or work up any materials, whether mixed or unmixed, for any master or masters, shall wilfully neglect or refuse the performance thereof for eight days suc- cessively, he shall, on oath being thereof made before two Justices, be sent to the house of correction for any time not exceeding three months, nor less than one month. Wednesday night the shop of Messrs. Hall and Surridge, shoemakers, of this town, was broke open, and of. 13, in notes and cash, stolen out of a drawer, as also a quantity of blacking- balls, & c. out of the shop. Saturday night last, a loft or chamber over the dairy, adjoining the dwelling- house occupied by Major Buckby, situate at. the bottom of Barkby- lane, in Leicester, was broke open, and sundry articles stolen thereout. The villains were not content with taking away the things, but broke a large quantity of new earthenware which was in the loft. Third day's draining.— No. 20,787, =£. 1000. No. 9802 ( as first- drawn), =£. 500. Nos. 1813, 5113, and 11,762, =£. 100 each. Fourth day.— Ho. 21,167 ( as first- drawn), =£. 500. Nos. 5953 and 16,730, =£. 100 each. , Fifth day.— Nos. 6431 and 11,643, =£. 20,000 each. Nos. 8200 and 21,567, =£. 1000 each. No. 1077 fas first- drawn), =£. 500. Nos. 14,519, 17,701, 18,706, 19,085, and 19,287, =£. 100 each. Sixth day.— No. 20,742, =£ 1000. No. 8322 ( as first- drawn), =£. 500. —— PRICE or STOCKS. . .' sh. Bank Stock 3 per Ct. Red. 3 per Ct. Cons. 5Si574 58a1- 4 per Ct. Cons. 76Mil 5 per Ct. Ann. . 89f'i Imp. 3 per Cents, India Stock India Bonds . Excheq. Bills Omnium 57J ii 184 3 4 dis. 3 1 2 dis. 4 3i i 1- 17 0 17 30 0 0 37 1 15 1 1 173 3 33 ALL that convenient FARM- HOUSE, HOME- STEAD, YARD, ORCHARDS, GARDEN, and CLOSE, containing upwa » ds of four Acres of exceeding rich Land, well planted with Cherry and other Trees, situate in the Village of COLLING- TREE, near Northampton, now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Wingrave, the Proprietor; together with a good Malting, Pump, and excellent Well of Water. Also, TWO TENEMENTS adjoining the same. 83" For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. MARKHAM, Solicitor, or the AUCTIONEER, North- ampton. Freehold Estate.— Eligible Situation. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS HA H\ On Friday the 8th Day of March, 1805, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Quart- Pot, in Gold- Street, Northampton. 4 1.1. rhiit. MUSSIJAOK. o ALL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING, situate in SHEEP- STREET, near the Top of the Drapery, in NORTHAMPTON, now in the Occupation of Mr. Siveet, Hatter; consisting of a good Shop, two Parlours, and a Kitchen, on the Ground Floor; good Cellars, with Wash- llouse and Brewhouse on the Of which 150A. 1R. 33P. with the Buildings, arc in the Parish of NE WTON- BROMSHOLD, in the said County of Northampton ; and 23A. 2R OP. in the adjoining Parish of HI GHAM- FER RE RS afore- said — The Inclosure took Place about five Years since- the Fences are in a flourishing Condition, and contracted to be brought up by respectable Persons.— The Whole is Tythe- free, and in the Possession ot , ,, . . , Mr. Jonathan Sanders, under Lease at a low Rent, i Basement; two good Lodging- Rooms ( one Pair), and determinable at Michaelmas; if the Estate should be ! two Attics; with a VVeli ot good Water and small Yard, sold on six Months' Notice. | D Premises are well situated for a fcV The I ease and Plan of the Estate may be seen Retail Trade, being near the Centre ol the Town; it the Office of Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, WeU , andinay be entered upon at Lady- Day next, lincborough; and to treat for the Purciiase, previous JW" l or further Particulars, enquire ot Mr. tothe 15th of March, address, by Letter, to 1. A B. , W. Jr. Post- Office, Warrington, Lancashire. Solicitor, at the Aucn » sa « « , F. North- DAVENTRY. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Saracen's- Head Inn, in Diventry, on Friday the 8th of March ( if not . sooner disposed of by Private Contract), either together or in Lots, POPEWELL CLOSE and MEADOW, con- taining 32 Acres of excellent Grazing and Feed- ing Land, situate at DRAYTON, in the Parish of DAVENTRY; also, a HOUSE and GARDEN ad- joining. ( pr For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. BURTON, Attorney, at Daventry. b7~ S OLD by A U € T I O N, By EDWARD NEALE, On Monday the 25th Day of February, 1805, and three following Days, on the Premises of the late Miss FIELDING, of LUTTERWORTH, in the County of Leicester, deceased, RPHE valuable HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, S LINEN, CHINA, GLASS, PICTURES, BOOKS, & c.— The Household- Furniture consists of Four post Bedsteads, upon Castors, clothed with green, blue, yellow, and other Furniture; seasoned Feather Beds; Blankets and Bed- Quilts; Mahogany- Frame and other Chairs; Mahogany Dining, Card, and other Tables; a Variety of elegant Pier and Swing Glasses; Turkey and Scotch Carpets; two Bureaus, with Book- Cases, and Plate Glass Fronts; a Spinet; an Eight- day Clock, with Compass Plate; a Thirty- hour Ditto; a large Quantity of Pewter; Kitchen Requisites; two Coppers, with Iron Work to Ditto; a 10- Bushel Mash- Tub, with smaller Ditto to corre- spond ; Washing Tubs and Barrels; with numerous other Articles, & c. & c. ( pf" Catalogues may be had in due Time, at the Denbigh- Arms and Hind Inns, Lutterworth; the Crowns, Leicester; the Bull's- Head, Hinckley; and of the Auctioneer, in Lutterworth. *** The Sale to commence precisely at Ten o'Clock ' each Morning. NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, February 23. MARRIED.] On Tuesday last, Mr. Willson, brewer, of Cotton- End, near this town, to Miss Baker, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Baker, yvool- stapler, of this place. On Saturday se'nnight, Mr. Shelton, of Wing, in Rutland, to Miss Bellaires, of Leicester. On Tuesday se'iinight, Mr. George Tatam, of Stamford, to Miss Eleanor Bunting, of Teigh, Rutland. On Thursday se'rinight, Mr. Pilkington, of Clipsham, in Rutland, to Mrs. Baines, of St. Martin's- Stamford- Baron, in this county. Same day, Mr. Bruce, of Warwick, to Miss Lawrence, of the same place. Yesterday se'nnight, Mr. Austill, of Claydon, Oxfordshire, to Miss Garrett, of Gaydon, War- wickshire. On Thursday last, Francis Thomas Corrance, Esq. of Ansty- Lodge, in Leicestershire, to Miss Wood, only daughter of Mr. Wood, of Leicester. DIED.] Lately, in Dublin, Lord Carbery, after having succeeded to the title on the decease of his nephew only about a month. On Monday se'nnight, in the 85th year of his age, Mr. Richard Rowland, of Watereaton, near Oxford. A few days ago, at Ashby Old- Park, Leicester- shire, in the 24th year of his age, Mr. Joseph Moore. Lately, at Northwold, in Norfolk, in the 68th year of his age, the Rev. Wm. Hinton, D. D. rector of that place. He had formerly been rector of St. Martin's, in Birmingham, and resided many years in that neighbourhood. On Saturday last, Mr. Win. Lucy, farmer and grazier, of Woollaston, in this county. Same day, aged 71, Mrs. Martin, wife of Robert Martin, Gent, of Ansty, Leicestershire. On Sunday last, much and deservedly lamented, Mrs. Jane Freeman, of Denford, in this county. ' On Wednesday last, Mrs. Marshall, youngest daughter of the Rev. II. Davis, of Great- Wigston, Leicestershire. The General Fast was on Wednesday observed here with the utmost solemnity: all the places of divine worship were fully attended. Thursday was committed to the gaol of this county, by the Rev. Wm. Robinson, Thomas Wen- null, charged upon the oath of Catherine Wootton, of Laxton, in this county, with having stopped her on the highway, in the parish of Stanion, on Tuesday last, with a design to rob her of a bundle she hati with her. A few days ago ' , vo respectable men, named Rippen and Smith, who set off from Spalding, in Lincolnshire, to visit their friends at Boston, pro- posed to skait thither on the river, when, before they had proceeded far, the ice gave way, and they were both drowned. Cautions, like the present, have been so often repeated, that we almost despair of their efficacy : but we are, nevertheless, compelled by our duty, as publishers, to add the following to the melan- choly number:— Thursday last an inquisition was taken at Yarwell, in this county, beforo Robert Abbey, Gent. Coroner, on view of the body of Richard Meadow- craft, an infant, about two years and a quarter old, who being left alone for a few minutes, his clothes ( which were of cotton) caught fire, whereby the child was so dreadfully burnt, that he died about an hour afterwards. Verdict — Accidental death. On Tuesday the 5th instant ail inquisition was taken ori the body of Mr. Wm. Spencer, farmer, of Balsham, in Cambridgeshire; vho, on the Sunday preceding, was overturned in his taxed cart, which fell upon him, whereby he received a fracture in his arm, and other contusions, of which he died in about an hour and a half after- wards. Verdict— Accidental death.— The deceased was in the 79th year of his age, and was in good health at the time of the fatal accident. Corn- Exclumge, London, Friday, Feb. 22. The late dulncss in the Wheat trade, with much of Monday's remaining, and tnanv further arrival, to- day, causes a reduction of 3s! and 4s. per quarter on good samples, and more on other qualities, which have scarce any buyers. Fine Dantzic at 112-.— Rye at little difference; as is Rape Seed.— Bariev and Malt, with Peas and Beans of each sort, are ail in large quantities, and cheaper ; as are Oats, having many arrivals from the Fen countries — Flour in little request; much of second quality from tiie North, at reduced price. at Beans, 42s. Od. to46s. 0d. Peas, 40s. Od. to 52s. Od. By the Standard Measure. PRICE of CORN per Quarter Northampton, Saturday, Feb. 23. Wheat, 84s. to lots. Rye, 64s. Od. to 80s. Barley, 46s. Od. to 52s. Od. Oats, 24s. Od. to 28s. Od. N. BATTIN, Clerk of the Matker. LIST of FAIRS, from Feb. 25 to March 9, within the Circuit of this Paper. Oundle, Burnham, Litchfield, and Berk- hamstcad. Toivcester. l. eice. rter. Higham- Ferrers, Chipping- Norton, Buck- ingham, Banbury, Uppingham, and Nottingham, Warwick. } A. Feb. 25. ' P 26. w. — 27. F. Mar. 2. M. 4. 1 . b. Th. 7. 9. To, AN THE A. T) ID me to live, and 1 will live, 1 Thy Protestant to be ; Or bid me love, and 1 will give A loving heart to tiiee; A heart as soft, a heait as kind, A heart as sound and free. As in the whole world thou canst find,- That heart I'll give to thee. Bid that heart stay, and it will stay, To honour thy decree; Or bid it languish quite away, It shall do so tor thee. Bid me despair, and I'll despair Under yon'cypress tree; Or bid me die, and I will dare E'en death, to die for thee. Tholt art my life, my love, my heart, The very eyes of me, And hast command of every part To live or die for thee. HOUSE of LORDS, Friday, F'ebruary 15. ADDITIONAL FORCE ACT. L. ord DARNLEY called the attention of the House to the motion of which he had given notice, on the subject of the Additional Force Bill. He hoped that the'motion which he intended to submit to the House, would have the support even of some of his Majesty's Ministers; for such of them as had lately been re- admitted into his Majesty's Councils, were among the mast strenuous opponents of the Additional Force Act. All their objections to it had been confirmed by experience. That scheme, which was to produce such wonderful effects, had in the course of eight months, even including the men raised by the transfer of- the Army of Reserve ballot, only furnished 4216 men. In England, instead of 16,000 men, which were expected from it, if such as were raised by ^ bounty were not rttken into the account, it would be found to have produced only 797, of whom not more than 343 belonged to the disposable part of our force. In the county of Suffolk, instead of 1097, only 14 had been raised ; and the argument of personal influence, which had been so much urged in support of the measure, would be best answwed by stating, that of the quota • allotted to the Cinque Ports„ so peculiarly subject to the influence of the l. ord Warden, who had directly or indirectly been the Minister of this country for the last thirty years, only one man had been produced. What could have been expected from a measure which had been adopted, as this had been, contrary to the sense of a majority of the Representatives of this part of the United Kingdom? His Lordship then took occasion to advert to the late junction with Ministers, of men who had been represented so incapable of con- ducting the public aif'airs. One of them, a Noble Lord ( Sidmouth) had been held up, he might say, as Noble Lord urge such an objection, when he and every one of their Lordships must recollect the dis- tinguished part which the Noble Lord lud taken in supporting every one of those measures which were inveighed against as absurd and inefficient; epithets, in the propriety of which the Noble Lord seemed to acquiesce, if tlie House was to judge from the line of argument he had pursued. The whole kingdom was in expectation that the Bill, which it was the object of his Noble Friend's motion to repeal, would have produced some extensive and permanent benefits, and particularly so as the Right Flon. Gentleman at the head of the present Administration had pledged himself, that measures should be taken to remedy the effects of the incompetence of the last. The present Bill was the grand measure which was to atchieve all that they had promised. It was prophesied to them, and they were repeatedly forewarned, that it would not producc the elf'ects they were so sanguine as to expect from it. fheir continual answer was, " Let us get rid of the ballots, let us be released from that ob- noxious mode of recruiting, and let us try what in- fluence can do." There was, to be sure, something very plausible and specious in that sort of argument. But what was the effect of the experiment ? Why in some counties there were not a score. of men produced by the exertion of all this influence, which was to havebeenso wonderful in its effects As to its mili- tary effect, that, from the various documents on their Lordships' table; would appear iO be absolutely null. Under another point of view, as a Bill for raising money, nothing could be more unjust and unequal than its operation. The tax was estimated according to the population, and it was raised on the landed interest. If it were merely a Bill for raising money, why not declare so at once, and raise a sum equal to what those penalties were calculated to produce, upon the country at large ? His Lordship could see no reason for continuing it, and he should be glad to hear what- arguments the Noble Lords on the opposite bench could adduce in support of it; they who were the most decided in their approbation of it when it was first proposed, now were the most forward ( with what consistency lie would leave it to them to ex- plain), in maintaining the necessity of continuing it. The Nobie Lord who had last spoken had alluded to persons who coalesced at present, who for many years preceding had dillered totally in opinion frpm each other. He was glad that the Noble Lord had made the allusion, although it didnotappear to come with particular grace from him, considering the tenor of his late political conduct. In answer, however, to the observation of tiie Noble Lord, he' would say, that whenever that Noble Lord, should find him, or any of the Noble Lords who acted with him, renouncing any professions they had made, or senti- ments they had uttered, respecting great public trans- actions, it would then have been time for that Noble Lord ( and he would freely allow him to do so) to reproach him with inconsistency. Neither he, nor they with whom he acted, had been guilty of any inconsistency. How the Noble Lord and some of his friends could, on important points, hold at the pre- sent moment opinions different from what they enter- tained before, he believed it would be difficult for Lord HAWKESBURY, the Earl of BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, and the LORD CHANCELLOR, spoke in favour of the Defence Kill, from its not having had a sufficient trial. They therefore negatived the motion; and each of them made some observations as to the personal allu- sions that had been made during the debate. Lord DARN LEY made a short reply; after which, the question being loudly called tor, the House di- vided upon the second reading of his Lordship's Bill— Contents, 113— Non- Contents, 45. — Majority of 68 against Lord Darnley's motion. Adjourned. PRACTICAL ARCHITECTURE. The following Books on the practical Parts oj Archi- tecture have been lately published by J. TAYLOR, No. iH, High. Hoi born:— 1. NICHOLSON'S Carpenter's Assistant, illustrated with the very child and champion of inefficiency. He la- [ them to explain. Whatever opinions he had held, he mented the mode in which, on the retirement of that Noble Lord, , the hopes of the country had been disap- pointed. Instead of that Administration which every one looked' for, a Ministry was formed embracing a majority of those who were formerly in office; and lately another change took place, which united men who entertained the widest difference of opinion on the very measure now under consideration, and on the whole system of our military defence. He could not help thinking that such transactions were calculated to destroy all confidence in political morality and con- sistency. His Lordship concluded with moving for the first reading of a Bill which he presented, for the repeal of the Additional Force Act. Lord CAMDEN, in'opposing the motion, admitted, that the Additional Force Act had not answered his own expectations. He contended, however, that it bad not yet received a fair trial. Lord SUFFOLK remarked the extreme disappointment which the public felt in the late Ministerial arrange- ments. The only thing the successors of the late Ad- ministration had promised to do, they had failed in. If therewere deducted about 15,000 men, for casualties and desertions, our military establishment would be found to have very little increased, while they had plunged. us into a new war. His Lordship also com- plained ' of some inaccuracies in the details of the re- turns on the table. Lord K INC., in supporting the motion, observed, that the Additional Force A. ct had completely failed in raising men, and row it was to be regarded only as it operated, by its penalties, in the nature of a Tax Bill. Ill this view it was the most oppressive which could be devised. The penalty for each man deficient was =£. i0. Supposing two parishes, whose rentals were exactly the same, but whose population differed, so that, under' this Act, one of them had to raise only two men, while the other had to raise fourteen; the result would be, if the men were not produced, that while the former paid only £. 40, the latter would be fitted in the stint of st'. 280. He found that the county ot Surrev alone, supposing it should produce no more than appeared in the returns, would incur penalties to the amount qf £. 21,000, being a tax of Is. 6d. in the pound.. Thus almost the whole operation of the Act was toimpose a tax, which was fifty per cent, more than the Income Tax— unequal, as it did not apply to tlie population of the different parishes— unjust, as it fell only on the landed interest. He did not think that the argument used against the plan of enlisting for a term of years was at all conclusive. Many persons might even have been unwilling to enter for limited service under the present system, from the apprehen- sion of their being continually liable to be trepanned into the regulars. The Duke of CUMBERLAND rose to notice the ob- servation which had fallen from the Noble Lord re- specting trepanning. Holding the situation he did in his Majesty's service, he conceived it to be his duty to declare,' that no such practice existed in recruiting for the army. The Earl of WESTMORLAND said, no correct opinion could be formed of the Bill, of which so much complaint had been made, without attending to the state of the country at the commencement ot the war, and to its situation when the Bill was passed. It became absolutely necessary to discontinue the expedient of the ballot; it would neither procure the men, nor could the country bear the weight of this species of exaction ; the anterior project was nb longer operative, and some new scheme must be adopted. Then this measure was proposed under the following recommendations:— 1. It was to suspend all ballot- ting. 2. It was to relieve the parishes and indivi- duals from an insupportable burthen. 3. It was to raise a body of men, better disciplined, and in greater number, than under the former expedient. It was by these tests the Bill ought to be examined. If it had answered any, much more if it had fulfilled all these purposes, Ministers would be entitled to credit for having proposed this mode for the benefit of the service. He could by no means agree with a Noble Lord ( Lord King), who represented this Bill as op- fiosed to the sentiments of the country; he trusted it lad given much satisfaction; at least of this he was confident, thttf the former Bill, however eflectual for a time, had, from its increasing oppressive tendency, excited general discontent. Time must be allowed to dissipate the effect of the former exorbitant bounties, and to admit the country to recover from the drains by which its resources had been exhausted. But this interval was not to be unemployed. The reduced Militia was to supply the regular Army, and a fur- ther source was to be acquired from tlie Army of ' Reserve. Then time must be granted for the meetings of the Commissioners of the parishes? yet before it was possible that all the multifarious parts of this scheme could be organized, it seemed to be expected that the whole operation should be discovered. But whatever might be the merits of the Bill now it had commenced, a reason was given for continuing the experiment, and some concurrence might be expected, from the countenance that should be conceded by the Legislature of the country. In replying to observ- had previously weighed maturely and deliberately, and he had always acted boldly and honestly, he trusted, upon them. As to the word coalcsce, that word which had been so used and misused, he should not hesitate to act with those with whom he had not actually any difference of opinion, although it was possi'* e he might have disagreed with them on points which had long since passed away. Lord S i DM OUT II, before entering on the reasons which induced him to oppose the motion, thought it proper to make on his own part a declaration similar 1 to that made by the Noble Earl who spoke last. If at any time he ever abandoned any opinion on public j questions which he had formerly maintained, he must submit to be charged with inconsistency; but until then no one was entitled to bring against him that accusation. The Noble Lord then observed, that the present Act had been brought into the House of Com- mons a " ter a Bill for suspending the Army of Reserve Act had advanced to its third reading. Parliament had chosen between the two measures, and he regretted that they had adopted the present Act, for his opinion of its inefficiency remained unaltered: but, as tlte case now stood, their Lordships came to the discussion with- out any object of Comparison. Every thing lie had seen of the Act, confirmed the opinion lie had given of the Bill; but he thought it was clue to Parliament to allow the Act a fair* operation. Had it accomplished its mili- tary object, no Noble Lord would have thought if in- cumbent on him to move its repeal: a trial ought, there- fore, to be made, to see how far it was capable of at- taining that object The experiment could not be said to be tried until the penalties were levied. He was sorry that the proceedings of Parliament had been such as to place him in the situation of defending an Act which he disapproved; but his Majesty's late Ministers had a right to complain of this motion, as its tendency, if carried, would be immediately to re- vive the Army of Reserve Act, and other measures, which they had thought it necessary to suspend. In advening to the Volunteer System, his Lordship ob- served, that it was that system which had really brought the Government and the People into contact. It was the tribute of a free People to a free Consti- tution ; an union of freedom and power, which no other country in the world could display.— Much had often been said respecting the insufficiency of his Majesty's late Ministers : as an humble individual, he could not but have wished that he possessed more means of use- fulness; but when it was said that he had neglected the defence of the- country, in contradiction to that assertion, he must appeal to the monumental records of Parliament, and to the unexampled degree of strength to which the national force had been raised within a few months after the commencement of the war. The Duke of CLARENCE maintained, that the mi- litary establishment of t'lie country wanted 82,360 men of the number necessary to its completion, in the opinion of the most experienced professional men. This '.-.' as a deficiency whicn was truly alarming, more particularly, when we were involved in a new war, which was not only a war of aggression, but even merited the epithet of piratical. Lord Mu LOR AVE went into a review of the pro- ceedings of Administration, as connected with the military defence of the country, and particularly jus- tified the measure which the present motion went to repeal. He called for proofs, and not assertions, in support of the charge of a dereliction of principles, which he supposed was meant to include him as well as several of his colleagues. Lord GRENVILLE, in a very able speech, supported the motion. He always thought the Act utterly in- adequate from the beginning, and was now confirmed in that belief by the eight months experience we had had of it. His Lordship adverted to what had fallen from the Noble Lord who spoke last, as to dereliction having been imputed to him. He defended the right which the Noble Mover of this question had to make the observations, which had been taken up with such w Smith. He himself had beenbften accused of having been, during a great part of' his life, in habits of friendship with an individual of great weight, and acting in concurrence with him. in resistance to other persons of, great talents. To that accusation he pleaded cornpleteijwguilty. He had, almost from his earliest years, entertained a friendship, which lie believed the present situation of adairs would not dissolve. It rested upon the opinion he entertained of his in- tegrity and character; but he never would suppose that in consequence of that friendship he was bound to sacrifice his opinion by coinciding with measures of which he did not approve. 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Tuck, Broughton, and Chettle, Wel- lingborough; Eaton, Thrapston; York, Oundle; Horden, and Jacob, Peterborough; King, Gilkes, and Matthews, Chipping- Norton; Baly, Wright, and Stevens, High- Wycomb; Munn, Kettering; New- comb, and Drakard, Stamford; Bird, Uppingham; Gibson, Oakham; Churchill, Deddington; Roberts, Southam; Sharp, Warwick; I. uccock, Kimbolton; Bavley, and Paul, St. Ives; Emery, and Fox, St." Neots; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Darton, and Tapp, Hitchin; Hovel, Staples, and Eaden, Cam- bridge; Leigh, Atherstone; Arch, Shellbrd; Holland, Winslow; Ward, Stratford- upqn- Avon; Matthews, Campden ; Wallis, Olney ; Taylor, Retford; Dexter, Wilbarston; and by the Venders of Dicey and Co's Medicines in every Town throughout the Kingdom; UJ - whom may be had, from Dicey & Co's Ware- house as above, s. d. True Daffy's Elixir 2 3 Smaller Bottles - 16 Dr. Anderson's Scots Pills, 30 in a Box 1 li IJooper's Female Pills 1 1 j Squire's Grand Elixir 1 8 Bostock's Elixir - 2 3 Stoughton's Elixir 1 1,1 Clinton's Snuff,& Oil 1 G s. d. Bathing Spirits - 0 9 Godfrey's Cordial 0 8 Golden & plain Spirits of Scurvy- Grass 1 Beaume de Vie - 3 6 Rvmer's Tincture Walker's Jesuits Drops Vyman's Pills A fresh Supply received by Mr. MARSHALL, PARIDE, NORTHAMPTON. , CHUllCli's COUGH DROPS; The cheapest and best Medicine for COUGHS. COLDS, and ASTHMAS. CHURCH'S COUGH DROPS, as a Medicine, have been so long known and approved as to need very little to be said to recommend them to the Public as ihe best Preparation for recent COLDS, COUGHS,' and confirmed ASTHMAS.— The many Thousands cured during twelve Year's Trial, have confirmed the high Estimation in which they have been long held. A recent Cold and Cough yield to a few Doses, and the. the most confirmed Asthmas ( within the Power of Medicine to accomplish) have been cured by Perse- verance in their Use. Messrs. SHAW & EDWARDS, 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, having purchased this, and all Mr. Church's Medicines, none can possibly be genuine but such as have their Names engraved on the Stamp :—" Shaw and Edwards, on the Foot- Way, 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard;" the Imitation of which is Felony. Sold by Marshall and Edge, Northampton ; Robins, Daventry ; Palgrave, Bedford; and by every Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom ; Price only 2s. per Bottle. ' THE CORDIAL BALM ^ OF GILEAD^ Prepared ( only) by S. SOLOMON, M. D. GILEAD- HOUSE, near LIVERPOOL, | TNTVERSALLY allowed to be an incompa- \ J rable Remedy for debilitated Constitutions, Loss of Appetite, Consumption, Pains and Weakness of the Stomach, Weakness of the Solids, Hypochon- driac Affections, Nervous Weaknesses, the deleterious EH; .' cts of hot Climates, habitual Purgings, and par- ticularly the baneful Consequences of Intemperance; in short, it is happily calculated for the Weak, Sickly, and Infirm. Where the Constitution has been reduced by Disease or Irregularities, its Effects as a Restorative are unprecedented. To DR. SOLOMON, LIVERPOOL. DEAR SIR, I cannot refer to the Time when I have taken the Pen in my Hand with more Satisfaction than the Period in which it is now occupied, to acquaint you of the astonishing Efficacy of your CORDIAL B- VLM of G iLEAD, which I have used in Consequence of excessive Debility, occasioned by a three Year's Re- sidence in the West Indies, and imputed to the Heat of the Atmosphere. Having embarked from- that Part of the World emaciated, with but little Appetite, and my Strength very nearly exhausted, spiritless, and unable to get any natural Sleep, I arrived in this Situ ation at Liverpool, and applied immediately to you, whose excellent Advice and Medicine, after persevering in it for six Weeks, completely restored me to my ori- ginal good State of Health. 1 am now returning to the West Indies, in the Ship Diana, Captain Coupland, where I shall exert myself, as - much as possible, to establish the Cordial Balm of Gilead, well knowing it is a Medicine deserving every Encomium that can be bestowed on it, and perfectly adapted to the Climate.— I am, dear Sir, your obliged and obedient Servant, JOHN WATKINS. Witnesses, Mr. SAMUEL, Silversmith and Draper. Old Dock; D. ISAAC, ready made Seaman's Clothes- Warehouse, Wapping, Liverpool. Liverpool, September 7. A Saving of Nine Shillings in Two Guineas. The Cordial Balm of Gilead is sold in Bottles, Price Half- a- Guinea each ; there arealso Family Bot- tles, Price 33s. containing equal to four Bottles at 10s. 6d. by which the Patient saves 9s.— The Stamp bears the Words " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," to imitate which is Felony :— None else are Genuine. Sold by the Pijpters of this Paper, also by Marshall, and Edge, Northampton ; Dawson, and Harrod, Harbo- rough ; Marriott, Banbury ; Wilcox, & Gallard, Tow- cester ; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony- BANKRUPTS required to SOBBKNDER. Andrew Davison, of Chester, wine - merchant, March 4, 5, and 30, at the Feathers Inn, Chester. Attorney, Mr. Royle, Chester. William Jones, of Newnham, Gloucestershire, drover, March 4, 5, and 30, at the George Inn, Chep- stow. Attorney, Mr. Stokes, Chepstow. Samuel Stevens, of Monmouth, barge - master, March 4, 5, and 30, at the George Inn,' Chepstow. Attorney, Mr. Stokes, Chepstow. William Williams, of Castle - street, Leicester- square, Middlesex, oilman, March 2, 9, ar. d 30, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Nelson, Palsgrave- place, Strand. John Bass, of Woodford, Essex, victualler, Fob. 23, March 2 and 30, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Martin, Vintner's- Hall, Thames- street. John Bell, of the Old Citv- Chambers, London, wine- merchant, Feb. 22, March2 and 30, at Guildhall. Atfornies, Messrs. Swaines and Stevens, Did Jewry. Sylvester Ingledew, now or late of Huddersficl'd, Yorkshire, linen- draper, March 4, 6, and 30, at the Three Legs Inn, Leeds. Attorney, Mr. Coupland, Leeds. George Ainsworth, of Warrington, Lancashire, coppersmith, March II, 12, and 30, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool. Attorney, Mr. Rowlinson, Liver- pool. Daniel Davies, of Chester, cheesemonger, March 11, 12, and 30, at the Feathers Inn, Chester. Attor- ney, Mr. D. F. Jones, Chester. Joseph; Burke, Cannon- street, London, merchant, Feb. 22, March 2 and 30, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Flashman, Ely- place, Holborn. Richard Richardson, late of Page's- walk, Ber- mondsey, Surrey, glue and size- maker, Feb. 23, March 5 and 30, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Mauley, Bell Savage- square, Ludgate- hill. • George Franck, of Blackmail- street, Southwark, Surrey, wine and brandy- merchant, Feb. 23, March 9 and 30, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Wil- son, Devonshire- street, Bishopsgate- street. Benjamin Brownson, of Parwich, Derbyshire, dealer, Feb. 27, 28, and March 30, at the'Green Man, Ashbourn. Attornies, Messrs. Goodwin, Ashbourn. Thomas Gooch and James Jackman, of Exeter, hosiers and hatters, Feb. 25, March II - and SO, at the Old London Inn, Exeter. Attorney, Mr. Turner, Exeter. Henry Jefferys, of Weymouth, Dorsetshire, linen- draper, March 5, 6, and April 2, at the Rummer Tavern, Bristol. Attorney, Mr. Baynton, Bristol. William Goodyear, late of Shepherd- street, Oxford- street, Middlesex, bricklayer, Feb. 23, March 2, and April 2, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Fotherg'll and Savage, Old Broad street. George Dennett, of Gray's Inn- lane, St. Par. cras, Middlesex; cow- keeper, Feb. 23, March 2, and April 2, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Darby, Gray's Inn- square. Arthur Potten, of Duke- street, Aldgate, London, woollen- draper, Feb. 23, March 9, and April 2, at Guildhall. Attornies, Messrs. Swan and Wellington, Fore- street, Cripplegate. William David Kiss, late of Birmingham, money- scrivener, Feb. 26, March 5, and April 2, at Guild- hall, London. Attorney, Mr. Charter, Printers'- street, Earl- street, Black- friars. Robert Gayfjrd, the younger, of Dunwich, Suff> lk, shopkeeper, March 5, 7, and April 2, at the Cock andPyelnn, Woxl'bridge. Attorney, Mr. Mitchell, Saxmtindham. Isaac Hadley Reddell, of West- Brorawich, Stafford- shire, iron- founder, March 4, 5, and April 2, at the Shakspeare Tavern, Birmingham. Attorney, Mr. Bird, Birmingham. John Thorp,' of Newton, Lancashire, and William . Whitfield Paul, the younger, of Manchester, calico- printers, March 7, 8, and April?, at the Dog Tavern, Manchester. Attornev, Mr. Nabo, Manchester. Richard Bond, of Worcester, pstten- m . k r, March 14, 15, and April 2, at the Talbot Inn, Whitstone » . Attorney, Mr. J. Allen, . Sidbury. James Arrowsmith, of Richmond, Yorkshire, up- holsterer, March 6, 7, and April 2, at the King's Head, Richmond. Attorney, Mr. Mactariain, Rich- mond. CERTIFICATE to be granted. March 12. Charles Sanders, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, watch- maker. 2 9 2 9 2 9 _ , , 1... the Country Newspapers ; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, & c. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Documents noted therein. MARKETS.— London, February 13. There was a large influx of all Grain for the supply of this day's market, and with it a general depression 111 the prices. To the Wheat left over from last week, were added very considerable fresh arrivals, which, together, produced a reduction of 4s. per quarter on fine samples, and rather mor& on the or- dinary.— Barley comes abundantly to hand, and, with Malt, partakes of the prevailing decline— say from 2s. to 3s. per quarter, since this day se'nnight.— Peas and Beans, of every description", are equally plentiful, the sales of which are likewise heavy, at a reduction of three and four shillings per quarter. — Oats also arc an ample supply, and will be found quoted two shillings per quarter cheaper than last Monday.— Flour is without any regular price— no- minal, 90s. per sack. Wheat.. 75<. to 100s. Od. Oats 26s. to 31s. Od. FineDo. lOGs. to 109s. Od. HorseBeans 42s. to 48s. Od. Rye 53s. to 57s. Od. Tick Ditto 36s. to42s. Od. Barley.. 43s. to 48s. 0d. White Peas 40s. to46s. Od. Malt 78s. to84s. Od. Grey Ditto 40s. to44s. Od. PRICE of FLOUR.— Fine 84s. to 88s. Od. HOPS, per Pocket. — Kent, 41. 10s. to 51. 8s — Sussex, 41. 4s. to 51. 0s.— Farnham, 51. 0s. to 71. 0s. SEEDS, pewt.- Red Clover, 52s. to 100s.- White Do. 56s. to 122s.— Trefoil, 16s. to 42s.— Carrawav, 138s. to 142s.— Coriander, 12s. to 13s. 6d.— Canary,' 7s. to 8s. pei bushel.— TurAip, 18s. to 21s. per bushel.— Rye Grass, lbs. to 31s. per qr.— Rape Seed, — 1. to — I. per last. SMITHFIEI. D, Feb. 13. To sink the offal. Ox Beef, 4s. 4d. to 5s. ( id. Wether Mutton, 4s. 4d. to 5s. 8d. Veal, 5s. 6d. to 7s. Od. Pork, 4s. 4d. to 5s. 4d. Sold this day, Beasts,. ^ 000— Sheep and Lambs, 11,000. NEWGATE and LEADENHAI. L, Feb. IS. Beef, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 6d. Mutton. 3s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Veal, 4s. 8d. to 6s. 8d. Pork, 4s. 4d to 5s. 4d. LEATHER, per lb. Butts, 50 to 561b. 23d. to 24d. Ditto, 60 to 651b. 25d. to 2; Id. Merchants Backs, — d. to 23d. Dressing Hides, 23d. to 24d. Fine Coach- Hides, 24d. to 2lid. Crop Hides for cutting, 24d. to 25Jd. Flat ordinary, 23d. to 24d. Calf Skins, 3.' to 401b. perdoz. S4d. to 3Sd. Ditto, 50 to 701b. per doz. 35d. to 39d. Ditto, 70 to 801b. 34d. to 36d. Small Seals, per lb. 42d. to 45i. Large Ditto, per doz. 110s. to 170s. Goat Skins, 25s. to 65;. per do, z. Tanned Horse- Hides, 30s. to 40s. Od. per Hide. NORTHAMPTON: Printed and Published by aud for 1\ DICEY and IV. SUTTON.
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