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Date of Article: 09/03/1805
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atitjiifoi! ertttrp. YSIBTT' Vul. LXXXV. No. 1, Ready Money is expected } with Advertisements. 5 SATURDAY, March 9, 1805. PRICE SIXPENCE, ^ TSS $ 5CT- ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in by Messrs. TAVLER & NEWTON, Warwick- Square, and at the CHAPTER and PEELE'S COFFEE- HOUSES, London ( where this Paper is regularly filed); also by air. SMITH, and Mr. WEBB, Bedford; JENKINSQK, Huntingdon; Fox, St. Neots ; JACOB , Peterborough; SEELE Y, Buckingham; SHARP', Warwick; W ARK, Stratford- upon- Avon; LEIGH, Atherslone; TOOKEY, Oundle; RUSHER, Banbury; by the PRINTERS of all the COUNTRY PAPERS; and by the NEWSMEN.- 83" To prevent Disappointment, our Advertising Friends are requested to send their Favours as early in the Week as possible. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. SATURDAY, March 2. THIS Gazette contains the appointment of Lord Henry Stuart to be his Majesty's Envoy at the Court of the Elector of Wirteinberg; the Hon. William Hill to be Envoy to the Circle of Franconia, and Minister to the Diet of Ratisbon; the Hon. John King to be Secretary of Legation at Wirtemberg; and Benjamin Bathurst, Esq. Se- cretary of Legation at the Court of Stockholm. A letter from Lord Gardner announces the cap- ture of a French privateer, of 11 guns and 80 men, by the Topazc, Captain Lake ;— Captain Bouverie, of the Mercury, has also captured a small Spanish gun- vessel, from Cadiz. . RTLmi,: LONDON, March 5. Yesterday two Gentlemert arrived in town, and attended at the Foreign Office, with intelligence from France relative to the enemy's force in their harbours opposite the British coast; in consequence of which dispatches were last night forwarded from the Admiralty to Lord Keith and Lord Gardner. General Moreau, according to late letters from the Continent, is to be detained in Spain, it not being judged prudent by Talleyrand and his master, that lie should pursue his promised road of exile to America. Count Rumford has recently married the widow of M. Vareesy, in Paris; by which nuptial ex- periment he obtains a fortune of ,£. 8,000 per annum:— this is evidently the most effective of all the Rtunfordizing projects for keeping a house warm! of his Grace the Duke of Northumberland ( situated near Tvnemouth Barracks), occupied by Mr. Thomas Heahi, was set in motion by the impetu- osity of the wind, and from the rapidity of the movement, the friction of the axle- tree set fire to the adjoining timber. The whole roof was soon in a blaze, and went off in large flakes of fire; when the metal wheels belonging to the machinery, in a countless whirl of motion ( red hot), presented to the eye one of the grandest, most awful, and terrible sights human fancy can comprehend. The wands at length fell in a mighty crash, bringing witli them the rim of the building, stones, wheels, and axle- tree. Nothing is left but the bare stone trunk.— Much of the flour and corn was saved. ' rjp HOSE Persons who have any^ Middlesex Election.— This day the Committee came to the following Resolutions:— 1. That George Bolton Mainwaring, Esq. was not duly elected a Knight of the Shire, to serve in Par. liament for the county of Middle, ex. 2. That Sir Francis Burdett, Bart, was duly elected, and ought to have bean returned. 3. That the Petition was neither frivolous nor vex- atious ; and that the opposition made thereto by George Bolton Maimvaring, Esq. was not frivolous or vex- atious. The grounds upon which the Committee decided are understood to be these:— that the ten votes which were tendered for Sir Francis Burdett, the validity of which was disputed at the close of the poll, should have been admitted by the Sheriffs. Die circumstance of the parties not being sworn until after the period legally limited for the final close of the poll, was not considered as a decisive objection against them. It was contended, that the persons claiming a right to vote having ten- dered their votes, the Returning Officer was bound to come to an immediate decision respecting the validity of them. No compromise between the parties, or understanding with the Sheriffs, was to deprive the elector of the most valuable privilege appertaining, to him. These were the only points of the ease which were brought before the Com- mittee. Neither the imputed acts of bribery, nor the defective titles of the voters, came under con- sideration. A petition on the part of Mr. Mainwaring will, it is said, be presented as soon as the return of the writ has been amended, and that . Sir Francis Bur- dett shall have taken his seat. The petition will embrace the merits of the election, and, we under- stand, will not require an investigation of the acts of bribery and corruption which might have been committed, the establishing of which would only terminate in rendering the election void. As it is supposed that Sir Francis Burdett's majority is merely a colourable one, the friends of Mr. Main- waring still entertain hopes of seeing him eventu- ally seated as the Representative for Middlesex. A meeting of the Lords- Lieutenants, and Field- Officers commanding regiments of militia, was held on Friday last, to take into consideration the pre- sent state of the supplementary regiments, and other important matters respecting the militia ser- vice. Several resolutions were passed, which were, ordered to be laid before Mr. Pitt. The Lords of his Majesty's Treasury have ap- pointed Commissioners for the disposal of the immense treasure that was taken on board the Spanish ships, captured prior to the proclamation for the seizure of the enemy's ships, and distribu- tion of Spanish prizes-— One half of the astonish- in" mass of wealth which was found on board these ships goes to the Crown, and the other half to the gallant captors. The silver coinage for Ireland, to the amount of one million sterling, is ordered to be stamped at the Mint with all possible dispatch. The greatest amount of the revenue in any one year, during the time of the late Archbishop of Canterbury, is said to have been ,£. 13,000; the general average ,£. 11,000.— The first fruits to the Crown, and fees of office to be paid by the new Archbishop of Canterbury, amount to £'. 12,000. An action was tried in the Court of King's- Bench, on Friday, brought by the Hon. Captain Gardner, son of Lord Gardner, against Mr. Henry Jadis, to recover a compensation in damages for adultery with the plaintiff's wife. The damages were laid at £ .20,000. The case was made out, • And the Jury gave the plaintiff' £\ 1000. In the Court of Common Pleas, on Saturday, an action was brought by Mr. Hewlett, of Pinner, Middlesex, against his brother, for damages, in consequence of the latter having called the wife of the former a w— c, & c. The damages were laid at £. SOOO, and the Jury found a verdict for the plaintiff of £". 750. A wine- merchant, in the Ilaymarket, of exten- sive business, some days since discovered that for several years past he had been robbed by his ser- vants of wine to the amount of o£. 400 per annum. — The discovery arose from a servant whom he had discharged, attempting to corrupt the person who had succeeded to his place, telling him of two men who would purchase the stolen wine at 18d. per bottle, and pay on delivery. All the parties engaged in this iniquitbus affair are in cus- tody, and the receivers have already been coin- knitted for trial. A fellow named Taylor, of Macclesfield, with two other notorious house- breakers, were lataiy apprehended, charged with several depredations in the neighbourhood of Oxford: the two latter, by some means, effected their escape, but were pursued by a police officer to Shipstoii- upon- Stour, and there taken. Before, however, the officer could come up with them, they had committed two additional robberies! . Thursday morning, about four o'clock, in a v'erv tremendous >; alu front the W. N. W. th » wind- mill To THE FACULTY. WANTED immediately, An ASSISTANT to a SURGEON, Sec. ( JDT Enquire of M. BUSZARD, Lutterworth. WANTED, A steady MAN, of light Weight, as COACHMAN and GROOM, one who understands his Business, and can bring a good Cha racter from his last Place for Honesty, Sobriety, and Cleanliness. ( PIT Enquire of Mr. WOOTTON, Harrold, Beds. ~ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. rpiIE CREDITORS of PETER ENGLAND, _ I. of MEARS- ASHBY, in the County of North- ampton, Blacksmith, deceased, who have delivered in their Accounts, may receive a Dividend of Ten Shillings in the Pound on their respective Debts, by applying at the RED- LION, at MEARS- ASHBY, on MONDAY the 18th Day of MARCH, 1805, between the Hours of One and Six in the Afternoon. Mears- Ashby, Id March, 1805. DAVENTRY, 1st March, 1805. — Claims or Demands upon Mr. JOHN PENN and Mr. THOMAS ADAMS, as Trustees of the. Estate of Mr. WILLIAM ADAMS, for Debts contracted subse- quent to the 2d Day of May, 1804, are desired imme- diately to deliver an Account thereof, in Writing, to Mr. Penn, or Mr. Thomas Adams, in order that the Accounts may be settled previous to the Dividend, which will be forthwith made. 12th FEBRUARY, 1805. OURSUANT to a. Decree of the High Court I of Chancery, made in a Cause PIERSON against BLOOME, the Creditors of THOMAS BLOOME, formerly of ABBERFORD, in the County of York, and late of DAVENTRY, in the County of Northampton, Land- Surveyer, deceased ( who died on or about the 4th of June, 1798), 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, Chancery- Lane, London, on or before the twentieth Day of May, 1805; or in Default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. FEBRUARY 28th, 1805. WHEREAS a Commission of Bankrupt was lately awarded and issued against THOMAS FRANKLIN, of LEIGHTON- BUZ. ZARD, in the County of Bedford, Money- Scrivener; and Messrs, Richard Davis, of St. John- Street, in the County of Middlesex, Wine- Merchant, and Andrew Gardner, of Woburn, in the said County of Bedford, Upholder, were chosen Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt: And the said Bankrupt was for- merly in Co- partnership with William Greene, of Ampthill, in the said County of Bedford; and hath siiv; u been in Co- partnership with Thames Deverell, of J. eighton- Buzzard aforesaid, Gentleman, who hath, by Virtue of a certain Letter of Attorney, bearing Date this Day, duly authorized the said Richard Davis and Andrew Gardner to collect and receive his Proportion of the Debts due to himself, and the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt: All Persons who stand indebted to the said William Greene and the said Bankrupt jointly, are desired to pay the Proportion of their Debts due to the said Bankrupt; and also all Persons who stand indebted to the said Bankrupt alone, or to the said Thomas De- vetell and the said Bankrupt jointly, are desired to pay the same to the said Richard Davis and Andrew Gardner immediately, otherwise they will be sued for the same without further Notice. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS. HEREAS JOHN BLACKWELL, of w BRACKLE Y, in the County of Northampton, Ironmonger and Blacksmith, hath assigned over all his Personal Estate and Effects to Richard Rogers, of Buckingham, in the County of Buckingham, Carrier, and Joseph Gardner, of Banbury, in the County of Oxford, Ironmonger, in Trust tor themselves and all other the Creditors of the said John Blackwell, who shall come in and execute the said Deed of As- signment : Notice is hereby given, That the said Deed is left at' the Office of Messrs. Bignell & Wykham, Solicitors, in Banbury, for the Signature of such of the Creditors as may be willing to accept and take a Dividend or Dividends to arise by Sale of the said Insolvent's Estate and Effects, in Proportion and according to the Quantum of their several and respective Debts.— All Persons who now stand indebted to the said John Blackwell, are re- quested immediately to pay their respective Debts to the said Trustees, or either of them, or to the said Messrs. Bignell Se Wykham, otherwise Actions at l. aw will be commenced against them for the Reco- very thereof. . And on Tuesday and Wednesday the 12th and 13th of March next, will be SOLD by POITLIC AUCTION, on the Premises, by Mr. JOHN GARDNER, All the HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNITURE, and STOCK in TRADE, of the said John Black- well; ^ Catalogues of which, in the mean Time, may be had ' at the principal Inns in Brackley, Stony- Stratford, Buckingham, and Towcester, and of the Auctioneer, in Banbury. Banbury, Ttth February, 1S05. WEEKS's WHARF, GRAND JUNCTION CANAL, PADDINCTON, LONDON. •^ TEEKS's BARGES and BOATS, for the Conveyance of GOODS between LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, WOLVERHAMPTON, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, See. load at his Wharf at PADDINCTON, and at Trig Wharf, Upper- Thames- Street, London, for the following Places :— Birmingham Lancaster Rochdale Buckingham Leeds Sheffield Brackley Leicester Shrewsbury Bewdley Litchfield Stone Bolton Ludlow Stony- Stratford Bristol Leighton- Buzzard Stourbridge Coventry Middlewich Stourport Chester Manchester Wakefield Dudley Macclesfield Warrington Daventry Namptwich Wolverhampton Derby Nortfiwich Worcester Gloucester Newcastle Warwick Hereford Northampton Wellingborough Halifax Newport- l'agncll Walsall Kidderminster Oxford Uxbridge Liverpool Preston York, & c. And all intermediate Places; and also for all Parts of the North of England, and North and South Wales. From Liverpool Goods will bo forwarded to Ireland and Scotland. (> 5* Goods taken in daily at Trig Wharf, Upper- Thames- Street, London, and at his Warehouse on the Grand Junction Canal, Paddington. *** Weeks's Boats load daily at his Wharf in Bir- mingham, and also at his Wharf in Wolverhampton, for London, Liveipool, Manchester, & c. and the abovementioned Places. +++ Weeks's Boats load at Liverpool and Man- chester, for Wolverhampton, Birmingham, and Lon- don, and all intermediate Places on the Line of the Canal. To be LETT, from Lady- Day next, ALarge Walled GARDEN, well stocked with Fruit Trees, and with the early Crops of Vege- tables now in the Ground; only six Miles distant from Northampton, and the same Distance from Daventry. fcf Enquire of A. B. at the Printers of this Paper; if by Letter, Post- paid. To be L E T T, And entered upon at Lady- Day next, AVer v substantial Stone- built MESSUAGE or TEN EMENT, with convenient Outbuildings and Gardens, situate and being in the Parish of Guilsborough, in the County of Northampton, near the great Road leading from Northampton to Welford; commandinga most delightful Prospect, and in every Respect calculated for the Reception of a small genteel Family. ( j5T For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. W. ROBERTS, Guilsborough. A GENTEEL RESIDENCE, in BUCKS. To be L E T T, For a Term of five Years, either furnished or unfur- nished ( the Furniture modern), with immediate Possession, Small, but very convenient, new- built HOUSE, with convenient Offices, Chaise- House, Stabling, Yard, Garden, and Pleasure Grounds, and nine Acres of rich SWEARD LAND adjoining, divided into three Closes, situate on an Eminence, commanding beautiful and extensive Views of the surrounding Country, in the pleasant and healthy Village of SWANBORNE, in the County of Bucks; in a very respectable Neighbourhood, and at an easy Distance from Fox- Hounds and Harriers; within two Miles of Winslow, and nine of Aylesbury, Bucking- ham, Stony- Stratford, and L'- ightox- Buzzard. ( pT- Apply for Particulars ( if irt Letter, Post- paid), to Mr. HEARN, Attorney, in Buckingham; or to JOHN DAY, Auctioneer, in Stony- Stratford, GENTEEL RESIDENCE. To be LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, or at Lady- Day next, ALL that neat and convenient HOUSE, pleasantly situate at PISFORD, about five Miles from Northampton, on the Market- Harborough Road ; consisting of a large Hall, Dining and Break- fast Parlour, Housekeeper's Room, Kitchen,, Brew- house, Dairy, & c. on the Ground Floor; sufficient Cellars; good Chambers and Dressing- Rooms; suit- able attached and detached Out- OHices, Coach- House, Stables, Granaries, good Garden and Shrubbery, tastefully laid out; with or without two Closes of Land; the Whole forming a very comfortable Resi- dence, and has been lately put into excellent Repair. § 51" For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. KIR- SHAW, Surveyor and Auctioneer, Northampton. February Hid., 1805. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ABOUT 60 Tons ( more or less) of exceeding good HAY, either together or in Lots, and may be taken off the Premises. ( J5T Enquire of Mr. JOHN WALTERS, Caldicott, near Towcester, Northamptonshire. SPRATTON ASSOCIATION, FOR PROSECUTING THIEVES, ROBBERS, & c. FEBRUARY 25th, 1805. \ T the Annual Meeting held this Day at the J- JL King's- Head, Spratton ( when the Treasurer's Accounts for the last Year were passed), the following Resolutions were agreed to unanimously, viz. That Two Shillings and Sixpence each be considered the Subscription for the ensuing Year; and that the following Members be appointed a Committee:— Mr. ' Thomas Chapman, Mr. Martin Pearson, Mr. William Pearson, Mr. Thomas Biggs, Mr. John Page, Mr. Peter Martin, Mr. Thomas Hobson, Mr,. William Herbert, and Mr. William Battams, of Spratton; Mr. William Groom, Mr, Thomas Dunn, Mr. Ben- jamin Pendred, Mr. William Smith, and Mr. Thomas Barker, of Creaton; Mr. Joseph Weston and Mr. William Clarke, of Brixworth; Mr. John Branston and Mr. Richard Letts, of Holdenby; Mr. James Letts and Mr. John Jellis, of Hollowell; and Mr. Ambrose Salisbury and Mr. John Goodman, of Nortoft, WILLIAM BUTLIN, Treasurer and Secretary. THRAPSTON ASSOCIATION, FOR THE PROSECUTION OF FELONS, tec. WHEREAS some Time back a Warrant was issued to the Constable of Islip to apprehend JOHN DRAGE, of ISLIP aforesaid, Baker, for a Misdemeanor, who since, and before the Warrant could be executed, HAS ABSCONDED: Whoever will secure the said JOHN DRAOE, SO that he may be brought to Justice, shall be rewarded for their Trouble, by W. Leete, Constable, of Islip, and a Member of this Association. g^ T The said JOHN DRACF. is about forty Years of Age, stout made, five Feet ten Inches high, sallow Look, dull Complexion, is fond of Music, and plays on the Bassoon, and is well knowu in. tU « CoBntj' of Northampton, IIARLESTON ASSOCIATION. - AT the Annual Meeting of this Association, held on Thursday last, at the Sign of the Fox- and- Hounds, in Harleston, in the County of North- ampton, the Treasurer paid 10s. 6d. to William Harris, Servant to Mr. John Walton, of Chapel- Brampton, as a Reward for detecting and convicting Thomas Marlow, of Kingsthorpe, Labourer, of steal- ing a Quantity of Cabbages out of Mr. Walton's Close, at Kingsthorpe. The Bloodhounds belonging to this Society being now in regular training, any Member, on having a Sheep or Lamb killed, may have the immediate Use of them; and Mr. Buswell, the Solicitor to this Association, will inform every Member where the Bloodhounds are kept, *** Such of the Memheri of this Association as did not attend the above Meeting, are requested to pay their annual Subscriptions to Mr. Buswell, the Trea- surer, at his Office in Northampton, within fourteen Days from the Date hereof, or they will be excluded all Benefit from this Society in Case they should sustain any Loss before Payment. R. BUSWELL,, Treasurer and Solicitor. Northampton, Id March, 1805. " TARJWING- STOCK, HAY .* KEEPING, Sec. For SALE by * J C T I O N, By MASON J S O N, ' On Tuesday the 12th Day of March, 1805, on the Premises, at BRAMPTON- LODGE, in the County of Northampton, ALL the LIVE and DEAD STOCK of Mr. HENRY WEBB, who is leaving his Farm; consisting of four Milch Cows, eight In- calved Cows and Heifers, two barren Ditto, four Stirks, and three weaning Calves; 173 fat and other Sheep, and one Ram; four Draught Horses ; Harness for five Horses ; one Waggon and two Carts ; three Ploughs, large and small Harrows, and Roll; Barn Tackle; Hurdles, Cow- Cribs, Ladders, & c. ; Wheat Hovel; Part of two Cocks of fine Hay ( to be spent on the Ground), about 25 Tons; between three and four Acres of Turnips; also the Keeping of 109 Acres from the Day of Sale till the 5th Day of April next, to be sold in Lots; Milk- Leads; Casks; and some Lots of Household- Furniture. ( pr* The Sheep will be penned in Lots by Nine o'clock; and the Sale to commence at Ten. ~~ To be 8 O L D by AUCTION, By THOMAS WOOD, On the Premises, on Thursday the 14th Day of March, 1805, PART of the HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, LIVE and DEAD FARMING - STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and other EFFECTS, of Mr. THOMAS WILLISON, of TEBWORTH, near Hocklifte, Bedfordshire ( who is leaving his Farm); comprising Flock Beds and Bedding; Bedsteads; Tables and Chairs; Pewter and Brass; Milk- Leads, Pails, Kivers, Churn, and Stand; thirty- six- Gallon Copper and Grate; Iron- bound Casks; Brewing and Washing Tubs; two in- calved Cows; one Narrow- wheel Waggon ( with Iron Arms com- plete), two Narrow- wheel Carts, and one Six- inch- wheel Ditto; Harness complete for four Draught Horses; Ladders, Forks, Rakes, and various other Articles. The Sale will begin at Eleven o'Clock pre- cisely. FREEHOLD, BEDS. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By THOMAS WOOD, On Friday, March 15, 1805, at the King's- Arms, in Leighton- Buzzard, Beds, precisely at Six o'Clock in the Evening, rpHREE desirable FREEHOLD COTTAGES, - 1- situate in the North Part of the Town of LEIGHTON aforesaid, in the Occupation of Messrs. Church, Hack, and Wells, at very old and improv- able Rents. Further Particulars may be known by applying to the AUCTIONEER, at I. eighton. To DRAPERS AND GROCERS. To bo SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, And may be entered upon at Michaelmas next, AMost convenient DWELLING- HOUSE and old- accustomed DRAPER and GROCER'S SHOP, together with every necessary Outbuilding for carrying on the above or almost any other Business in an extensive Line, situate in the Centre of the populous Village of LONG - BUCKBY, in the County of Northampton. < To treat for the same, apply to Mr. THOMAS COLEMAN, Priors- Hardwick, Warwickshire; or Mr. DENNY, Solicitor, Long- Buckby aforesaid. ~~ To~ be SOLD ty AUCTIO N, 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 Three and Six of the Clock in the Afternoon, under and subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there pro- duced, rpHE following FREEHOLD and COPYIIOLD 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 the Occu- pation of the Proptietor, Mr. John Cox, Plumber and Glazier. ( f3T The Purchaser of the above Lot may be ac- commodated with 17 Acres ofi 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. Lot 2. Two Copyhold Messuages or Tenements, ad- 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 Occupation of John Norman and George Stairs, with the Orchard thereunto adjoining ; also about nine Acres of Free- hold Pasture Land, in Grandborough aforesaid, ad- joining the Road leading to Winslow. Lot 4. Two Copyhold Tenements, situate in C rand- borough aforesaid, with the Garden and Orchard ad- joining thereto, well planted with excellent Fruit Trees and thriving Elm Tiifiber, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Chapman; also two other Copyhold Tenements and Garden, in Grandborough aforesaid, adjoining each other, in the Occupation of Christopher Stairs and WiUiam Hogg. *** For further Particulars, or to treat for any, or either, of the above Lots, apply to the Proprietor, Mr. JOHN Cox, or Mr. LANCELOT WYATT, Attor- ney at Law, in Winslow aforesaid. ESTATE at RUWELL, Northamptonshire. To be LETT, or SOLD by AUCTION, Some Time in March or April next, if not previously disposed of bv 1' nvate Contract, ACompact FREEHOLD FAliM, situate at ROWELL aforesaid; consisting of a central Farm- House, and 1R0 Acres of Pasture Land, in a Ring Fence, and subdivided, well wooded and watered, with all Conveniencies for Dairy or Grazing ; with a Wood ( Timber) and Copse, of seven Acres.— Land- Tax and Tythe- free.— Immediate Possession may be had. ( PS" For further Particulars, apply to Mr. CHARI. ES COOKE, of Resell; or . to the P'KINTERS of this Paper; if by Letter, Post- paid. To be SOLD by AUCTIO N? By Mr. KNIB B, On Tuesday the 12th of March, 1805, on the Pre. mises, at the Rectory - House, EMBERTON. Bucks, ' rpHE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FARMING- I UTENSILS, and sundry EFFECls, of ihe late Rev. Mr. POM FRET, deceased; comprising three capital Cart Horsefc, five Cows, upwards of three Score'Sheei >, and four breeding Sows; one large Wheat Rick; Vetches; one Rick of prime Meadow Hay, and one Cock and ivie Stump of Ditto ; all the Manure on the P- cn, ; two Narrow- wheel Waggons, one Six- inch and o « e Narrow - wheel Cart, one Field- Roll, Ploughs,,...! Harrows; Barn Tackle; Fire Wood, Building limber, Scantlings, and Boards ; 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 Halt- Hogsheads,; Dairy Leads, Churn, Milk- Pails, Kivers, Sec. ; Glass Bottles, Cucumber Frame, Hand Glasses, Garden Seats, Car- nations in Pots, Garden Sticks, and Garden Tools; one Stone Roll, with Iron Frame, Sec. ( J5T On Account of the great Number of Lots, the Safe will begin exactly at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon. To be SOLD bv A U CI'Ton! By Mr. K'N IBB, On Tuesday and Wednesday the 19th and 20th Days of March inst. at the Rectory- House, EMBERTON, Bucks, ' THE genteel HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, J- . and Sundry EFFECTS, of the late Rev. Mr. POMFRET, deceased; comprising lofty Four- post Bedsteads, in Damask, Morine, Cotton, and Chintz; Furnitures; prime Water- Fowl and other Feather Beds; Quilts, Blankets, and Counterpanes; Plate; Linen; fine old China and Glass; Pier, Chimney, and Dressing Glasses; Mahogany Card, Dining, and Breakfast Tables ; double and single Gases of Draw- ers; one Eight- day Clock, in Japan Case; Dining and Drawing- Room Chairs and Sofa; Festoon Win- dow- Curtains, and Venetian Blinds; two capital Fowling- Pieces; a Bronze Bust of the Hon. Charles James Fox; impressive Likenesses of the late Duke of Bedford and Dr. Franklin; two large non- descript stuffed Birds, from the Interior of Africa, with Cockatoos, Parroquets, & c.; a diagonal Mirror; a portable Camera- Obscura ; Kitchen Range; Smoke- Jack and Crane; and Kitchen Utensils, in Copper, Brass, Pewter, & c. tfT The Sale to begin each Morning at Eleven o'Clock. Capital Live and Dead Stock, Hay, Src. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By THOMAS WOOD, On the Premises, on Thursday the 21st of March, 1805, PART of the valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, DAIRY UTENSILS, & c. the Property of Mr. JOHN MATTOCKS, of GREAT- BRICKHII. L, Bucks, who is retiring from Business; consisting of ten in- calved Cows, and two barren Ditto; three useful Draught Horses, and one Nag Ditto; ten Couples ; upwards of 40 Tons of prime upland Hay; two Nar- row- wheel Carts, one Market Ditto, and one Water Ditto; Harness complete for three Horses; Ploughs and Harrows; a Quantity of Hurdles; two Hovel Frames; Six dozen Churn and Stand, Milk- Leads, Kivers, and Pails; 40- Gallon Brewing Copper; Iron- bound Casks; Brewing and Washing Tubs; Quantity of old Iron; Forks and Rakes; with numerous other useful Articles. G^* On Account of the Number of Lots, the Sale will begin exactly at Ten o'Clock. *** Two Months' Credit will be given for the Hay on approved Security. TOWCESTER, Northamptonshire. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By R. M. JONES, On Thursday the 14th of March, 1805, and following Day, ALL the STOCK in TRADE, and other EFFECTS, late the Property of Mr. WM. PINCKARD, deceased; consisting of rich Laces; Muslins; Printed and other Cottons; Irish Cloth; Sheeting Cloth; Calico; Shaloons; Camlets; Silk and other Handkerchiefs; Checks; Woollen Aprons; Flannels; Women's Shawls and Stays; Ribbons; a large Quantity of Stockings; Threads and Tapes; Plated and other Buckles; Trinkets ; Trunks, covered with red Morocco; Chime Barrel j and a large As- sortment of Toys. Also, HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE; consisting of Feather and Flock Beds; Bedsteads and Furniture; Quilts and Blankets; Bureau and Bookcase; Chest of Drawers; Dining, Dressing, and other Tables; Pier and Swing Glasses; Mahogany and other Chairs; Kitchen- Range, Fire- Irons; Pewter and Brass; Glasses, China, and Earthenware; with many other Articles too numerous to insert. The Lace, Muslins, Cottons, Irish Cloth, Sheeting Cloth, Calico, See. Sec. to be sold the first Day; and the Toys, Household- Furniture, Sec. the last Day. *** The Sale will commence each Morning at Ten o'Clock precisely. L I L B U R N. To be SOLD by AUCTION, ( If not sooner disposed of by Private Contract), on Friday Afternoon, the 15th of March instant, at the King's- Head Inn, in Lutterworth, 1jX) RTY- SEVEN Acres of very rich GRAZING FEEDING LAND, situate in the Lordship of I. ILBURN, in the County of Northampton; Part of which is some of the best Meadow Land in the County.— It will be sold together, or in four separate Lots. i^ T For Particulars, enquire of Mr. GARNER, at the Sign of the Bull, in Lilburn aforesaid. *** Immediate Possession may be had. LUTTERWORTH, To be SOLD by AUCTION, ( If not sooner disposed of by Private Contract), on Friday Afternoon, the 15th of March instant, at the King's- Head Inn, In Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester, rpWO CLOSES and a MEADOW of very rich JL ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, in the Oc- cupation of Mr. Cook, and nearly adjoining the Town of LUTTERWORTH.— It will be sold either to- gether, or in two Lots.— Possession may be had on or before Michaelmas next. ( T3| H For Particulars, enquire at the said Inn. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Swan Inn, Oundle, between the Hours of Fburand Six in the Afternoon, on Thursday the 14th Day of March, 1805, in two Lots, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced, AN ESTATE, in OUNDLE, ELMINGTON, and ASHTON, Part Freehold 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 MEADOW LAND, and two Roods, by Estimation, of ARA- BLE LAND, lying in the Fields and Meadows of OUNDLE aforesaid, in the Tenure of Mr. William Boddington, as Tenant from Year to Year, at the clear Annual Runt of £. 16.— This Lot is Copyhold of the Manor df Oundle. Lot 2. A CLOSE of PASTURE LAND, lying in ELiJINGTON, containing five Acres ( more or'less); together with one Acre ( more or less) of MEADOVV, lying in As> HTON; in the Tenure of Mr. John Hicks, as Tenant from Year to Year, at the clear an. nual Rent of £. 11.— This Lot is Freehold. 7 Q^ T For further Particulars, or to treat by Private Contract, apply to Messrs. YORKE & SHIRARD, Solicitors, Oundle, or Thrapston. Fc » • the Benefit of Creditors. To be SOLD bv A U C - T I O N, By RICHARD SMITH, On Friday and Saturday the 15th and 16th Days of March instant, THE STOCK in TRADE, and EFFECTS, of Mr. FRANCIS MEE, of HIGHAM- FERRSRS, Ironmonger, Gunsmith, Clock and Watchmaker, See. The STOCK in TRADE consists of a general Assort, ment of I ronmongery Goods, modern Coffin Furniture, Eight- day and Thirty- hour Clocks, Time- Piece, Ala- rums, capital new and second hand Guns, Gun Locks, Seals, Chains, Fishing Tackle, Patten Boards, Co. lours, & c. Sec. The HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE consists of Bedsteads and Furniture; Feather and Wool Beds; Blankets and Quilts; Mahogany Chest- upon- Chest; Ditto Bureau; Chests of Drawers; Pier and Swing Glasses; Chairs, Tables, and Kitchen- Furniture, Brewing Copper, Tubs, sweet Casks, and other Effects. { f3T So much of the Stock in Trade as can be, will be sold the first Day, and the Remainder on the second; and each Day's Sale will commence at Ten o'clock in in the Forenoon. %* The above Stock - will be sold without Reserve, and will be put up in such Lots as will accommodate the Trade and Public. A FRESH SUPPLY. MR. WILLIAM MARSHALL, Parade, most respectfully informs the Inhabitants of North- amptor. and Places adjacent, that he has received a fresh Supply of that most excellent Medicine, THE CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD, so universally resorted to for its extraordinary Supe- riority in all Complaints of the Stomach, Relaxations of the Solids, Nervous Weaknesses, the deleterious Effects of Hot Climates, and particuh. ly the ill Consequences of Intemperance: In short, in all Cases where the Constitution has been reduced by Disease or Irregularity, the Effects of the Bailm o'f Gilead are unequalled.— Also, The ANTl. LWPETIGl NF. S, or SOLOMON'S DROPS ; the most powerful Alterative, Purifier and Sweetener of the Blood ever yet discovered, and may be confidently relied on as the most safe and certain Remedy for the Scurvy, Scrofula, King's- Evi), Scor- butic Eruptions, Leprosy, and other Disorders arising from an impure or impaired State of the Blood and Lymph. { jdT Ladies and Gentlemen may have their Orders completed for the Half- guinea, or Family Bottles, which contain four for 33s. on which 9s. is saved. *** Scarce a Person who purchases one Bottle, or reads that interesting 3s. Tract, called " SOLOMON'S GUIDE to HEALTH," but has reason to sound its Praise.— At this Season of the Year, Dr. Solomon's Medicines are highly useful to the Valetudinarian; but Caution is necessary to ' guaid against Counter- feits, by. observing the Words " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," engraved on the Stamp affixed to each Bottle, without which it cannot be genuine. The Cordial Balm of Gilead, Anti- lmpetigines, Abstergent Lotion, and " Guide to Health," are sold by the Printers of this Paper, also by Marshall, and Edge, Northampton ; Dawson, and Harrod, Harbo • rough; Marriott, Banbury; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge, Wellingborough; Okely, & Smith, Bedford; Fox, St. Neots; Bjrringer, Newport- Pag- nell; Swinfen, Leicester; by the Printers of the Country Newspapers; and by all the reputable Medi- cine Venders, Booksellers, & c. in every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America ; who Will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety ef authentic Documents noted therein. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, March 7. THIS morning arrived three Gottenburgh Mails, bringing Hamburgh Papers to the 16th ult. — A letter from Madrid, dated January 24, states & s follows:—" The distemper has now disappeared Xvery where ; but the places which were infected « re still dangerous to strangers and the inhabitants who return. The great attention of- Government banishes all fears for the future. The cordons that have been formed, will, it is said, still be con- tinued." The Cortcjo Meminlel, published at Cadiz, con- tains the following article :—" The Intendant of the Havannah has transmitted to the Consulate at Cadiz the following letter, dated October 16, 1804: —' The Negroes at St. Domingo have 50 gun- boats, a goletta, and a brigantine of 14 guns. With these they have gone out to sea to the distance of fifteen or twenty miles, and perpetrated the most savage atrocities against our shipping. The merchant ship I a Buina, which left St. Andero on the 13th Yjf June, has be'en taken by the Negroes, and all the crew and passengers obliged to leap overboard. Three or four other ships, whose names, and places from which they came, are not known, have suffered tht same fate.— You will inform the Spanish merchants of this, that their ships may sail its full effect in inducing the House to reject the motion by a large majority.— I'or the motion 127 — against it 26?. A Board of General Officers is sitting daily at the Horse- Guards on military affairs. Several new regulations for the improvement and good of the service are before them for consideration.— Amongst others is a plan for increasing the pay of the officers of the army : it is said, Colonels- Com- mandants of regiments are to receive ten shillings additional, and the other ranks in proportion.— Major- General Sir John Moore is arrived in town to assist at the Board. Admiral Cornwallis, we are informed, has ob- tained leave to come on shore for a few weeks, in order to arrange some business with his brother, the Marquis, previous to his departure for India. Dr. Turner has declined accepting the bishopric of Norwich, preferring the deanery, with the headship of Pembroke college, which he now possesses. Ijird Thurligp.— Mr. Pitt, when in office toge- ther with Lord T. was very notorious for the positiveuess with which he delivered and supported his opinions. Lord Thurlow once rebuked him in his own way. Mr. Pitt was declaiming, at a Ca- binet dinner, oil the energy and beauty of the Latin language; anil, amongst other things, men- tioned as a peculiar elegance in it, that two nega- tives made a thing more positive than one affinn- \\ TAmS a PLACE, as BAILIFF, CLERK, V I or BOOK- KEEPER, A middle- aged MAN, of respectable Family and Connections, who can be well recommended. ( pT Letters ( Post- paid) addressed to C. D. at the Printers of this Paper, will be duly attended to. W~ ANTED immediate, An APPRENTICE to a GROCER, TALLOW- CHANDLER, & c. & c. Enquire of Mrs. JENKINSON, Stationer, Huntingdon. To PLUMBERS AND GLAZIERS. WANTED immediately, A JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER and GLAZIER.— A steady Man may have constant Employ and good Wages, by ap- plying to J. ADSON, Oundle, Northamptonshire. BE EST ON SHEW. "^" OTICE is hereby given to all Gentlemen, with more caution, and keep off as much as pos- ative possibly could:—" Then," said Thurlow, sible from' St. Domingo, or sail under colours which are respected by the Negroes." According to accounts received at Amsterdam from Paris, an Austrian courier has arrived there, with a letter'to the Emperor Napoleon, from his Roman and Austrian Imperial Majesty, written with his Majesty's own hand, on the subject of the acknowledgment of the kingdom of Lombardy. In this letter, it is said, the Emperor Napoleon is ? tiled bv Francis II. " Man clter Frcre— My dear Brother." From the last New- York Papers received, we learn, that the agitation excited in America, in consequence of the impressing of seamen, natives of or belonging to the United States, by our ' cruisers, has considerably increased, and the in- terference of the Legislature is on the point of taking place for the redress of the grievances Complained of in this instance. On the 23d of January, an official report was presented to the House of Representatives, of the names of 1.500 American searpen impressed by the belligerent nations, chiefly the British, since the commence- ment of the present war; and a Committee was appointed to enquire into the means necessary to be adopted for the protection of the commerce and seamen of the United States. Hie bill for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in America has incurred a similar fate with that pro- posed by Mr. Wilberforce. In the Legislature or South Carolina it was lost by a majority of one. By letters from Bombay to the 9th August, we have advice, that Hofkar lately endeavoured to induce the Jeypour Rajah to betray the British Officers in his service,' promising to assist him in the recovery' of his ancient dominions; but the Rajah dismissed the proposal with indignation, Ho'ikar made like' overtures to the Chieftains of Oude with similar success. He had, however, won to his interest a Zemindar of great popularity in the neighbourhood of Furruckabad, who assembled a numerous party in opposition to the British; but • he was soon deserted, and obliged to seek safety in the Jungles. Ilolkar's emissaries appear to Iiave proceeded to the southward, and excited some disturbance amongst the Poligars, one of whom, in the neighbourhood of Dindigul, had taken the. field, and committed great excesses; he had, however, been defeated by a detachment of Sepoys, and driven into the woods. Government have, we understand, received in- telligence that an unusual degree of activity has latflv prevailed in the Dutch ports; and it is also reported that Bonaparte wa. s last week at Bou- logne. If Bonaparte has seriously determined to make an attempt upon this country, we think it probable that, it will be made soon, because, from the disposition manifested by( some of the groat Continental Powers, it is not very likely that he will be able long to keep so large a portion of his military force on the opposite coast of France. We confess that we should almost regret any diversion on the Continent that would prevent the Usurper from making his long- threatened attack upon this country; because we should feel no uneasiness as to the result of such an attempt; and we should be happy to have an opportunity of proving, beyond all possibility of doubt, that Great- Britain is fully able to contend single- handed with France. Orders have been sent to raise the blockade of your father and mother must have been two negatives, to have made sucli a d— d positive fellow as you are." The following occurrence, which lt> ek place on Tuesday night last, reflects high credit on the presence of mind of a boy, by which his master's vessel was saved from the hands of the French, and will, no doubt, meet with its due reward. The well- known lfcerality of the managers and conductors of the . Patriotic Fund, cannot surely be withheld on this occasion, and will certainly be extended to the lad . should the gallantry of the transaction happen to be within the limits of its rules anil regulations. The following is an accurate statement of the fact:— A French lugger privateer, with a dark fore- sail, took possession of the William and Elizabeth fishing smack, belonging to Dart- mouth, within a few miles of Dungoness, on Tues- day night. The privateer fired four times into her, and after the capture took out the master and one boy, and left an old man and another boy on board, until they could send the boat again I with Frenchmen to take possession. In the inter- i val, the boy who had been left on board, put up i the helm, and made off with the vessel. The pri- j vateer fired several vollies at the smack, wounded the old 1111111, and filled her deck and sides with musquet balls, and pursued her until they came within sight of Admiral Douglas's squadron, when the privateer made off for the French coast, and the - boy carried the siuack ill among the squadron, and put the wounded man on board the Utile, bcing'the first vessel he Could reach. Monday the foundation- stone was laid of the East- India Docks, at. Blackwall. The exportation of manufactured British goods, and those of the highest and most polished manu- facture, to the East and West- Indies, and to America, was never greater than at present. The juice of the ayapaha, or willdenow plant, which grows in Brazil, has lately been found an antidote to all poisons. The pain and inflamma- tion arising from the bites of serpents, the scolo- peudra, poisonous caterpillars, & c. are, in recent eases, removed in a few minutes by it.— Count dos Arcos, Governor of Para, assisted by M. Sieber, an intelligent German naturalist, is now employed in an extensive course of experiments to ascertain the extent of its medicinal properties. Between two and thVee o'clock on Tuesday morning, the 26th ult. a fire broke out in the factory belonging to Mr. Read, at New- Islington, adjoin- ing Ancoat's- iane, Manchester. The Volunteer drums beat to arms, and the bugles were sounded, and every assistance rendered, as speedily as such a dead hour could permit; but the fire continued to rage most furiously ( the night being stormy) till nothing remained of the factory but its walls. Mr. Read's house, which was in an unusual degree within the walls of the factory, was also destroyed, and nearly all the goods.- - Some property was saved from the factory, which, we understand, was insured, but not fully. COURT OF KIXG'S- BENCH, March 5.— Cowper v. Roberts and another.— T his was an action brought by the plaintiff, to recover damages for an injury he sustained by the overturning of the Manchester coach, of which the defendants were proprietors. The accident happened at Newport- Paguell, and the plaintiff's leg was broken; but it appearing | '( that there had been no negligence on the part of Graziers, and Dealers, That there will be a SHEW of ALL SORTS of LIVE STOCK ( Toll, free), on BEESTON- GREEN and at BEESTON- CROSS, on the 5th Day of APRIL, 1805. BEESTON is on tile Norlh Road, three Miles North of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. LUTTERWORTH. To be LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, A LL that extensive well- accustomed 1 N N, ./. V called or known by the Name of the Greyhound, now in extensive Business, with Stabling lor fifty Horses, situate in the Centre of the Beast Market, in LUTTERWORTH, in the County ot Leicester; with about 14 Acres of exceeding rich Grazing Land, in high Condition. gdr The Stock of Ale, Liquors, & c. with the Coppers, Brewing Utensils, Household- furniture, & c. may be taken at a fair Appraisement.— The Whole nC till* Ullfnitu irp t c ill cnnrl i r » nni t. nn BOROUGH oi> HUNTINGDON LADY- DAY FAIR. AT the Request of many respectable Farmers, Graziers, ana others, the ab^ ve FAIR will be held on MONDAY the 25th of MARCH, 1805, for all Sorts of Cattle; and all Cattle brought for Sale to the said Fair on that Day, whether sold or not, will be allowed to pass into and through the Town Toll- free. By Order of WILLIAM HERBERT, Mayor. To b~ e SOLD by AUC TIO N, ' By THACKER & CARTER-, On Saturday the 16th Day of this instant March, on the Premises of Mr. GEORGE HITCHCOCK, lateof EDGCOTT, in the County of Northampton, deceased, ALL the HORSE and COW KIND belonging to the said GEORGE HITCHCOCK; comprising five Horses, and about 50 Milch, In- calf, and Barren Cows;— also, all the DAIRY UTENSILS, BREW- ING- VESSELS, & c. (( yr Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock. *** The Sheep Stock, and other Effects, will be disposed of in about a Month, of which timely Notice will be given. To be SOLD by ADCTIO N, BY THOMAS'BROOKS, On the Premises ( by Order of the Executors), on Friday and Saturday the lath and 16th of March, 1805, riMH; genteel HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, 9 CHINA, GLASS, BREWING UTENSILS, and sundry Valuable EFFECTS, of the late Mr. GEORGE HICK. S, deceased-, Surgeon and Apothe- cary, at SHE F FORD, Bedfordshire; comprising good lofty Four- post Sacking- bottom Bedsteads, with Crimson, Mori. ne, Check, and other Furniture; Fes- toon Window Curtains; Crankey and other Mat- tresses; five fine Feather Beds, and one Flock Ditto; nine Pair ot tine large Blankets, Quilts, & c.; hand- some Mahogany Wardrobe, with Drawers* and sliding Shelves; good Mahogany Dining, Dressing, Card, Night, and Claw Tables; two Sets of good Mahogany Chairs, and two Ann Ditto; stained and strong Ditto ; Mahogany Sofa; Chests of Drawers and Bason- Stands ; At Little- Lawford, near Uugby, in the Countv of 1 neat Mahogany Bureau; Wilton and Scotch Carpets; Warwick, on Wednesdav and Thursdav the 20tti and ' handsome high - polished fret cut Fenders; Bath Stoves and Fire- irons; Tea and Table China and Glass; Pier and Dressing Glasses, in Gilt and other of the Furniturp is in good Condition. * » * For a View of the Premises, & c. apply to Mr. THOMAS PERKINS DSAVSON, at the abovementioned Inn; and for further Particulars, apply to Mr. WM. MASH, at the Denbigh Arms, Lutterworth. To be SOLD by AUCTION," 21st of March instant, ALL the capital LIVE STOCK and IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, the Property of ROBERT WEBB, of LITTLE- LAWFORD afore- said; consisting of 105 Ewes In- lamb, 1< V2 Tegs, . and three Rams ; twelve in- calved Cows, three Cows and Calves, six in- calved Heifers, eleven Stirks, two Bulls, and six yearling Calves ; two Draught Horses and two Nag Colts. The Sale to begin precisely at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon of each Dav. Frames; good Eight. day Clock; great Variety of Kitchen- Furniture in general; good Eight- bushel Iron- bound Mash- Vat, Brewing Tubs, Pipes, Hogs- heads, and Half- Hogsheads; good 40- Gallon Copper and smaller Ditto; neat Gig and Harness; capital riding or drawing Horse; with a Number of other valuable Effects. ( pST May be viewed on the Mornings of Sale, which will begin at Half- past Ten o'Clock each Day. . STRAYED, INTO the. Parish of BRIXWOIUH, near North- ampton, A BULLOCK. | 69" Any Person having lost one, by describing his Marks, and paying the Expences, may have him again by applying to Mr. BRYANT, of Brixworth. To be SOLD by AUCTION, * ( WITHOUT RESERVE), By Mr. JON E S, On Friday the 22d Day of March, 1805, punctually I at Eleven in the Forenoon, on the Premises, in THORPE - LUBENHAM, Northamptonshire, called HICH FIELD, in the Occupation of Mr. Francis Barker, in such Lots as may be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, i rjMIE following capital and well- bred STOCK, JL ^ KM 10 RUNTS, 97 TWO- SHEAR WETHERS, 10 SHEARHOGS, 30 EWES, IN- LAMB, - 20 BARREN DITTO, Jk, SO LAMBHOGS. W Q5T Six Months' Credit will be given on approved joint Security, or a Discount allowed for prompt Payment. Valuable Live Stock, Implements in Husbandly,- and Household- Furniture. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SMITH, On Friday the 5th, and Saturday the 6th of April, ' l 1805, at Ten o'Clock, on the Premises of Mr. WILLIAM PAMPHLIN, at LITTLE- PAXTON ( close to the great Nortli Road), in the County of Huntingdon ( who is retiring from Business), ON E hundred and ten capital Couples, 50 Gist Theaves and Ewes, 60 Shearlings, 97 Lambhogs, , t and nvo Rains; 10 well- bred long- horned Cows ( Part t of which have Calves at Foot, and Part in- calved and \ new milched); nine capital stout bony Cart Horses, six Years old, good Workers, and in high Condition ; about 30 store Hogs; Harness for ten Horses, one Narrow- wheel Waggon, five Carts, twelve Ploughs, five Pair of Harrows, four Rolls, Cribs, Hurdles, and other Implements; Milk- Leads, and all other Dairy Requisites; one Iron- bound Pipe, six Hogs- ) heads, and two Half Ditto; Tubs, old Iron, tcc. ; a Quantity ot Cheese; Servants' Beds, Bedding, and sundry other Effects. | ( J55' The Wltole of the Live Stock is to be sold on Friday, the first Day's Sale. '*** Seven Months' Credit will be given on approved joint Security upon all Purchases which are sold at or above ten Pounds. N. B. Catalogues may be had on the Premises; at ^^ the Printing- Office, St. Neots; Georgelnn, Buckden; at the Inns, Huntingdon; Swan, Bedford; and of Tl Mr. Smith, at Kimboiron. To Hay, Farming- Stock, mid Effect*. be SOLD by AUCTION, p By JOHN DA Y, On Monday the 11th of March, 1805, on the Pre- mises, at LOUGHTON, near Stony - Stratford, Bucks, the Property of Mr, JOHN JARV1SS, wiio is leaving I. oughton, T TP WARDS of 30 . Tons of old and new Uav, in Stacks, to be t: j en off the Premises jSilie Cart Mare, In- foai, two ^ calling Colts [ by- Darter and Squirrel), and one Poncy ; one ln- pig Sow ; one Wag- gon ( lately new), one good Six- inch and one Narrow- wheel Cart; Drag and small Harrows; Ploughs; 1 Cribs; 40 Loads o" ~ ' BarATackle; Horses' Gears; Bt- an- Hovel, ami two Cart Ditto; Lead Pump; large Quantity of Cart Tire and old Iron; two Chums, seven Milk- Leads, Tubs, and Buckets; Corn- Einns, & c. & c. ; 100- Gallon Brewing Copper, with Grate and Lead Work ( new); a Furnace; Pewter and Brass; new Beer Pipes and Hogsheads; Flitch of Bacon; Quantity of Po'atoes; and various other E fleets. ( J3T The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clock. FREEHOLD, by AUCTIO N, BEDFORD To be SOLD By Mr. THOMAS BROOKS. On Saturday the 6th Day of April, LS05, 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 Contract, in which Case Notice will be given,) 4 Good DYVLUJ IS U- HOUSE and GROCER'* / V SHOP, now in full Trade, pleasantly situated in SUNT JOHN'S'STREKT, in the Tow n of BEDFORD, in the Occupation of Mr. William Negus; comprising a good Parlour and Shop in Front, a convenient Cow Stalls and Cribs; 40 Loads of Beans, in Sacks '; j Kitchen and Wash- House, with a Well of excellent Mill; one Waggon { Water anu a Lead Pump ; four roomy Bedchambers A l'endants. DIED.] A few days ago, - in the 86th year of her age, at her house in South Audley- street, London, Mrs. Boscovven, mother of the Duchess of Beaufort and the Earl of Falmouth. Cadiz, as far as it relates to neutral vessels, unless ] the driver, the Jury found a verdict for the de they have enemy's property on board. j A Spanish brig, the Dichosa, from South Ame- rica, with ninety chests of dollars, gold dust, and hides on board, a prize to the JVlagiciennc, is ar- rived at Dover. A Dutch East- Indiaman, named the Elizabeth, 1 with a valuable cargo, from Batavia, and the Ame- rican ship Penman, with Dutch property on board, have been captured by the English, and sent to Columbo. Mondav night in the House of Commons there was a discussion on the Salt- Duty Bill. The ground which theOpposition took, was the pressure of the tax upon the lower orders: to which it was answered, that it was very hard to find any pro- ductive tax that would not in some way press upon every class of society.— The consumption of salt is about Me bushel annually to each family; the tn\ will therefore raise about five shillings a year from each. It was contended by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, that in a war like this, in which the nccei- saries of the poor, as well as the super- fluities of the rich, are to be defended, it is just that a small share of the burthen should fall upon LORD SOMERVILLE's CATTLE SHEW. Monday, at an early hour, Mr. Dixon's City Repository, in Barbican, was crowded with agri- culturists, breeders, graziers, & c. to view the exhibition of live stock and agricultural imple- ments, and they were amply gratified by a most superior £ bew of fine oxen, sheep, and pigs; there being this year a great number of extra cattle, besides those sent in as candidates for the six prizes which Lord Somerville gives oil this occasion. The cojnpany on Tuesday was more numerous than on the preceding day. After a minute in- spection of a number of animals, both alive and in a slaughtered state, and a variety of improved implements of agriculture, the society adjourned to the Freemason's Tavern, where a sumptuous dinner w as provided at the sole expence of Lord TOWCESTER, Northamptonshire. To be S O L D by AUC T I O N, By JOHN DAT, On Tuesday the 12th Day. of March, 1805, at Six o'Clock in the Evening, at the Saracen's- Head Inn, in Towcester aforesaid, Neat and convenient Brick and Tile- built MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, situate in the HIGH- STREET, in TOWCESTER, and near the said Inn, in the Occupation of Mrs. Pinkard ; comprising a Shop in Fronr, Kitchen, Bedchambers, Yard, and aconvenient Brewhouse, with a Room over tlK same, detached from tiie Dwelling- House. fpj" These Premises are Leasehold, 29 Years of which are unexpired.-^ Possession will be gWtn at Lady- Day nej » t. %• For Particulars, apply to Mr. HOWES, Attor- ney, in Northampton; or to the AUCTIONEER, in Stony- Stratford. Spirituous Liquors, ij<". To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN D Ak 5", ' Bv Permission oi the Honourable Board of Excise, on the Premises of Mr. GEORGE O'HAGGAN,. Liquor- Merchant, in BUCKINGHAM, for the Benefit of his Creditors, on Saturday next, the 16th of March, 1805, exactly at Eleven o'Clock, in Lots, TTPWARDS of 70 " Gallons of fine COGNAC U BRANDY; also RUM SHRUB, GIN, & c. { fdr The Liquor will be divided into small Lots, for private Families, & c. Hay, Farming- Stock, Daily Vessels, and House- hold- Furniture. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J O 11 A? DAY, On Mondav the 18th Day of March, 1805, on the Premises of Mr. THOMAS TAYLOR, of TOD- I DING TON, near Dunstable, in the County of i Bedford, who is leaving his Farm, .. HPHE following EFFECTS:— Two Ricks of ex- j cellent Clover Hay, Part of one other Ditto, and ; one Stump of Hay ; four Cart Horses, three in- calved Cows, two handsome polled Bullocks, three In- pig j Sows, nine Porket Pigs, and two other Ditto; sundry i Poultry, as Turkies, Ducks, Fowls, See. ; one stout [ Narrow- wheel Waggon, three Carts, Ploughs, Har- ; rows, and Field- Roll; Barn Tackle, as Sieves, Bushel • Measure, Fans, Sacks, & c.; Ladders, Forks, Rakes, Chaff- Box, Horse Harness, & c. & c. ; Dairy Vessels, ! as a Churn, six Milk- Leads, Milk- Tubs, Buckets, ! Kivers, Sec.; Household - Furniture, as Bedsteads, j Beds, and Bedding; Tables and Chairs; Pewter and Brass; one Brewing and one Washing Copper, Mash- Vat, Tubs, & c. ; several good Beer Casks, of various Sizes; large Quantity of old Iron, and various other ; Effects. The Sale to begin with the Farming- Stock, exactly at Ten o'Clock. the first Floor, and three Garrets; and a small Yard and Garden. 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 Anipthill. N. B. The Tenant is under Notice to quit at Mid- summer next. them; and he pointed out the number of taxes Somervilie, which was attended bv the most nu- which, since the year 1793, had been laid exclu- ( merous company ever seen in that house. A cross sively on the rich and middling orders. lie could not find any tax that would be equally productive and less objectionable.— Lord William Russell moved, that the bill should be read a second time table at the top was filled by Noblemen. His Lordship of course presided, and was supported on- his right by the Duke left by the Russian Prince VALUABLE EFFECTS. WOOLI. ASTON- HALL, near WELLINGBOROUGH, Northamptonshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. SKINNER, DYKE, & ' Co. On Monday the 18th Instant, and following Days, at Eleven o'Clock, on the Premises, rpHE genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE; an I- excellent full- sized BILLIARD- TABLE; a hand- some SIDEBOARD of MODERN PLATE; a Variety of PI. A+ ED ARTICLES; useful and ornamental CHINA; cut and plain GLASS; BED and TABLE LINEN; an extensive LIBRARY of scarce and valuable BOOKS fine old BottledPoRT; excellent SHERRY ; MADEIRA and other WINES and LIQUORS; ALE and BEER; BREWING, DAIRY, and GARDEN UTENSILS; a TURRET CLOCK; valuable FIXTURES ; FARMING. IM- PLEMENTS ; LIVESTOCK, ami numerous other Effects, at W O O LL AST O N - HAL L, within three Miles of Wellingborough, four of Higham- Ferrers, and twelve ot Newport- Pagnell and Northampton. , ftjr* May be viewed on Friday and Saturday pre- ceding the Sale ; and Catalogues had on the Premises ; also at the Hind, Wellingborough ; Dragon, Higham- : Ferrers; Swan, Newport; Talbot, Oundle; George, 1 Thrapston ; George, Northampton ; Swan, Bedford ; | and of Messrs. Skinner, Dyke, & Co. Aldersgate- [ Street, London. ! ~ BEDFORDSHIRE. I An eligible FARM, zuhb immediate Possession. | To be S O L I) by AUCTIO N, By Messrs. SKINNER, DYKE, & Co. j On Tuesday the 26th Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, at Garraway's Cotlee- House, ' Change- Alley, Corn- | hill, London ( unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due Noticc will be given), FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the Parish of THURLEIGH, in Bedfordshire, six Miles from the Town of Bedford ; cbmprising MEGG's OR GATE's FARM, . containing by Estimation 90A. 2R. be the same more or less, of Inclosed and Open Field Pasture and Arable Land, with a Dwelling- House, two Barns, Stable, Cow- House, and other convenient Offices, now in the Possession of Mr. Richard Ward, whose Term expires on the 5th ot Aptil next.— The Purchaser to t<( ke the Timber Trees at a Valuation. May he viewed; and printed Particulars had of the Tenant; also of Mj. William Custance, Cam- bridge; at Neots; Sun, HUNTING DO NSHIR E FREEHOLD AMI COPYHOLD ESTATES. To " be S O L D by A V C T I O N, By Mr. S M IT 11, On Wednesday the 11th of March, 1805, at Three o'Clock, at the Half- Moon, at Kimbolton, late the Property of Mr. JOHN SHERMAN, of Perr; , deceased, The JVboie of which are situated within the Boundaries of PERRY, in the Parish of GREAT- STAUGHTON, IN THE COUNTY O F H U NT1 NG DO N, LOT I. A. R. P. ,4 Copyhold Dwelling- House, Barn, and i V other Outbuildings, Yard, Orchard, and Homeclose adjoining; containing 2 1 21 With Rights of Common thereto belonging. LOT 11. A Piglitle of Copyhold Pasture- Ground, more or less 0 2 0 LOT III. Two Closes of Freehold Pasture Land-. .15 0 0 LOT IV. Two Closes ot Freehold Pasture Kind, called Brickhill Closes 10 0 8 LOT V. Leys Acre and Old Fielo Meadow, Freehold 3 2 18 LOT VI. Arable, Ley, and Meadow Land, Copyhold 10 1 30 A Total 41 3 57 For further Particulars, and a View of the Estates, apply to Mr. HENRY SHERMAN, Perry; Mr. JOHN SHERMAN, St. Neots;( Mr. NATHANIEL COSTIN, or Mr. SMITH, at Kimbolton. N. B. FOUR COCKS of HAY, upon the Pre- mises, are to be disposed of by private Contract} bu; - unless disposed of, will be sold by Auction, at the Time the above Estates are sold. FREEHOLD FARM, ' At NEIFTON- B ROMS HOLD. To be SO L D by AUCTION, By Mr. S M 1 T H, At the Green- Dragon Inn, in Higham- Ferrers, in th ® County of Northampton, on Friday the loth Day of March, 1805, at Four in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private Conttact, of which due Notice will be given, ALL that convenient and substantial FARM- . HOUSE, BARNS, STABLES, COW- HOUSE, and other suitable OFFICES, in excellent Repair; together with 173A. 3I£. 33P. Statute Measure, of ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, divided into the following Closes :— A. R. P. Old- inclosed Meadow Land, with Home- stead 17 0 17 Dairy Close, laid down to Grass about four Years 30 0 0 Five Closes of Arable Land, 17A. 3R. T9P. each S9 1 15 Sheep Pasture 37 2 1 173 3 33 the Swan, Bedford; Cross- Keys, Saint at the Office of 1, Biggleswade; Sun, Hitchin; Crown, lingborough ; and • nf Messrs. Dicev & C. n. Printers. tn thf Tnh nf VTn GREAT- HORWOOD, near WINSLOW, Bucks. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J O II tf DAY, On Wednesday the 20th of March, 1805, at Thrt o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one Lot, at the House of Mr. Viccars, known by the in Great- Horwood, Valuable COPYHOLD ESTATE, situate in GREAT- HORWOOD aforesaid, in the Occu- Huntingdon; of Dicey Co. Printers, i Northampton; Messrs. Forster, Cook, and Frere, ( Solicitors, Lincoln's- Inn ( who are empowered to treat for the Sale); also at the Place of Sale; and, of Messra. Skinner, Dyke, & Co. London. A that day six months, which amendment was nega- I the cloth was withdrawn, a number of appropriate tived by a majority of 93 to CO. i toasts were given, and the prizes were adjudged General Gascoigne has informed his constituents | to the successful candidates. The principal were * J, . f , j 1 • nation of Mr. Thomas Viccars; comprising 56 Acres e ^ Bedford, and on lus Pf AraWe and 30 Acres of rich' Swca'rd bc the ice isarianiski. As soon as same more or iess ( part 0f which is Tythe- frce), with w Of which 150A. 1R. 33P. with the Buildings, are in the Parish of NEWTON- BROMSIfOLD, in the said County of Northampton; and 23A. 2R. OP. in the adjoining Parish of HI GH AM- F E RRE RSafore- 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 th" Possession of Mr. Jonathan Sanders, under Lease at a low Renti determinable at. Michaelmas ; if the Estate should be sold, on six Months' Notice. ( fST The Lease and Plan of the Estate may be seen " Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, W » l- to treat for the Purchase, previous jo the 15th of March, address, by Letter, •! Post- Office, Warrington, Lancashire. to I, A. B. at Liverpool, that Mr. Pitt means to desist from pressing the tax on the export of salt to the Continent. Mr- Sheridan last night brought forward his Motion for the repeal of the Additional Force Art passed in the last Session of Parliament.— The chief argument which was urged against the Act was, that it had not succeeded to the extent that was expected; that the number of men raised under it, fell short of the estimate; and that there- fore the Act ought to be repealed.— Mr. Pitt, in reply to Mr. Sheridan, stated, that the Act was not* expected to have a rapid effect in the outset, but the experience ot" its operation during the last three months, and particularly during the last six weeks, proved that it was calculated to double the effect of the ordinary recruiting power of the country, and to add 10,000 annually to our regu- lar military force. This statement was fuilv proved by the documents oa the table, aud had disposed of to the following Gentlemen: Mr. Hudson, a silver - cup, value £. 30, for the best yoke or pair of oxen, which have worked toge- ther in yoke or harness for the space of three years, previous to their being turned up to grass. Mr. Martin Webber, and h* s son, Mr. W. Webber, two cups, value 20 guineas, for two Devon oxen, worked and grazed by them. The Duke of Bedford, a prize of st'. 20, for the best breed of Down wether sheep. Two small silver cups were presented to Charles Payne and John Oliver, shepherds, the latter belong- ing to the Duke of Bedford, for the great care of their flocks, by which numbers were preserved from the usual disasters which attend sheep in inclement weather. Lord Somerville afterwards acquainted the com- pany, that the Earl of Bridgwater would give two prizes, one of ^£. 50, the other of <£. 20, for the best constructed ploughs to plough certain barren lands, between the months of May and Junw next, which hit Lordship would point out. a very extensive Right' of Common on Whaddon Chace. There is a well- built roomy Barn on the Pre- mises.— Possession may be had at Lady- Day next. For Particulars, apply to the AUCTIONEER, in Stony- Stratford, Bucks; and for a View ot the same, to the TENANT. Cupital Curt Horses and other Effects. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Thursday the 28th Day of March instant ( and not on the 14th as before advertised), on the Pre- mises, at STOKE WHARF, on the Grand Junction Canal, near Blisworth, in the County of Northampton, Hp\ VENTY- FOUR stout Horses and one Nag, JL in excellent Condition; 24 Sets of very good Harness; one Six- inch and two Narrow- wheel Wag- gons, very lately new; one stout Timber- Carriage; upwards of 300 Loads of rich Manure, in six Lots; Quantity of Wood; and various other Effects. The above are the Property of Mr. LUDLAM ; have been iised on the Rail- Way, and will be sold without Reserve. *** The Sale to begin with the Horses exactly at Ten o'Clock. OXFORDSHIRE AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE FREEHOLD ESTATE. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Messrs. 1VINSTANLEY £? SON, Sign of the Swan, j At Garraway's Coffee- House, Cornhill, London, on I Tuesday the 18th ot June next, at Twelve o'Clock, T* A T. T- 1 '- • IN ONE LOT, /" ARKWORTH CASTLE, with the MANOR ' and ESTATE, in the County of Northamp- ton, situated on the Verge of the Northern Part of Oxfordshire, and within two Miles of Banbury ; con- sisting of the Mansion- House and Offices ( the latter newly erected), with the Park, Woodlands, Planta- tions, Fish- Ponds, and the Manor in Hand ; together with four capital Farms, well timbered, occupied by the most respectable Tenants from Year to Year, capable of great I mprovement; and about fifteen Dwelling- Houses, in the Village of Overthorpe, ad- joining the Park, lett distinct from the Farms. jjijf- The Estate,' which is in a Ring Fence, con- tains in the Whole 1073 Acres of capital Land, a very small Proportion of which is Arable, the Rest Mea- dow and Pasture Ground, Tythe- free, bounded by the River Cherwell on one Side, over which there is a Right of Fishery.— Possession may be had of the Mansion and about 100 Acres of Land immediately, and the Remainder at Lady- Day, 1806. Mr. Thomas Dickens, at the Castle, will shew the Estate; and printed Particulars, with a Plan thereof prefixed, may be had at the Red- Lion and White- Lion, Banbury; Star, Oxford; George, North- ampton; King's- Head, Coventry; Wille's Coffee- House, Serle- Street, Lincoln's- Inn; and at the Office of Messrs. Bignell & Wykham, Banbury; and of Messrs. Winstanley& Son, Paternoster- Row, London. N, B. The Estate may be viewed after the first Week in April, upon receiving Tickets of Mr. Bignell • nrnncp . whifh Time ihcParticuUr> tnav the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the General Annual Meeting of Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament for re- pairing the Highways from Old- Siratford, in the County of Northampton, to Dunchurch, 111 the Cot ntv of Warwick, will be held at the S A R ACEN'S- 1! R A p INN, in TOWCESTER, in the said County of North- ampton, on THURSDAY the ELEVENTH Day of AI- RIL next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon ot the same Day, for transacting such Matters as shall be then thought necessary for repairing the said High- ways ; at which Time and Place the respective TO L L S arising at the four several Toil- Gates, on the said Highways, will be LETT to FARM Bv AUCTION, to the Best Bidders, between the Hours of Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon and Three of tile Clock in the Afternoon of the same Dav, in the Manner di- rected by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, for regulating Turnpike- Roads; which said several Tolls were lett for, or produced during the last Year, clear of the Salaries for collecting the same, the re- spective Sums hereinafter- mentioned, that is to say— The Toil- Gate at Old- Stratford =£. 621 ' The Toll. Gate at To- wcester 684 The Toil- Gate at Stow- Hill 690 The Toll- Gate in Drayton- Lane 710 and will be respectively put up at th as shall be then and those respective Sums, under such Conditions ' " ' there produced. for that Purpose; at which Timt be had as above, Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders, must forthwith pay fifty Pounds in Advance for each Gate, and produce sufficient Sureties, and give Secu- rity for Payment of the Residue of the Rents, at such Tune or Times as shall bc then agreed on between them and the said Trustees; and at the same Time and Place new Trustees will he elected and chosen in the several Places and Steads of such Trustees as shall be then dead.— Dated the seventh Day of March, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Five. By Order of the said Trustees, A. M1ERES, their Clerk. .5 1 fe le id of it, be ' ! n 1- js t. he ty • P h- u he be | h- Ls lid N, of in rii- the rd, : ral sar, re- live ami ers, sach fciv- ; uch ireen ' ime II in tfcall irch, w Friday and Saturday's Posts. LONDON, March 8. TEN Hamburgh Mails are now due, the ai>- rival of which is now the more anxiously expected, as they could not fail to furnish inform- ation respecting the real disposition of the great Continental Powers.— Report received by the way of Holland states, that Austria and Russia have been called upon by Prussia, to assist in forming a plan to be submitted to France and England, as the basis of a negociation; a proposition to which, it is said, the former has acceded. We understand it is the opinion of Government, that the messenger bringing the resolution of the Courts of St. Petersburgh and Stockholm, upon the pacific communication of the French Court, is among the persons detained by the weather at Husum. It is certain that for some time past the answer of the Emperor Alexander has been anxiously expected. English Prisoners at Verdun.— A very embarrass- ing dilemma has occurred, in the most interesting cases imaginable, to several respectable persons and families, confined by the perfidy of Bonaparte as prisoners of war at Verdun. Shortly after these unfortunate travellers were shut up in that town, they applied to the French Government for per- mission to erect or hire an edifice, for the use of a Protestant chapel; where they regularly attended divine service, and tvhere various marriages have been celebrated, from tsome of which children have been born. In consequence of these events I Notice is therefore hereby given, that unless the said WOBURN, Feb. 22d, 1805. * RS. THORNTON begs the Friends and Customers of her late Husband will accept lier 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 WOOI. BUSINESS 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. ( J5T The present Stock will be disposed of at a very reduced Price. N. B. All Persons who stood indebted to the late Mr. THORNTON at the Time of his Decease, are re- quested to settle their Accounts at the Shop. NEW MUSIC, now published, Price 2s, 6d. rpiIE Ladies and Gentlemen of Northampton « and its Vicinity are respectfully informed, that a COLLECTION of NEW SCOTCH, IRISH, WALTZ, and COUNTRY DANCES, are pub- lished; likewise, a SLOW and QUICK MARCH, comnosed and adapted for the Violin, Flute, Harp, and Piano- Forte, By J. M'KORKELL, Jun. DANCING- MASTER, NORTHAMPTON. ( pr To be had at Mr. Burr, ham's, Mr. Birdsall's, an d Mr. Abel's Music- Shops, Northampton ; Mrs. Broughton's, Wellingborough; Mr. Cullingworth's, Daventry; and of Mr. M'Korkeil, in the Square, Northampton. OK ELY fr BROWN, Dealers in Foreign Wines and Spirituous Liquors, British Spiiits, Cordials, and Compounds, mild and real Brown Stout Ijindon Porter, c$ c. RESPECTFULLY acquaint their Friends and the Public, their Vaults in the HIGH- STREET; BEDFORD, are open for the SALE of the above ARTICLES; and that it is their Intention to otter to Notice the very best Articles they can procure, on the most reasonable Terms possible.— They solicit the Favour of Orders, which shall meet with strict At- tention, and be executed with Care and Dispatch, March 7, 1805. C. WHITING & SON, ( Successors to Mr. JOHN MIDDLETON, of Toiuccster, Marble- Mason, & c.) 1} ETURN Thanks to the Public for past - V Favours, and take this Opportunity of inform- ing their Friends and the Public, thev intend carrying on the said Business., at TOWCESTER, in all its Branches. ( PR MONUMENTS, CHIMNEY- PIECES, and GRAVE- STONES, executed in the neatest Manner, and on the most reasonable Terms. *** Orders taken in at Mr. VERNON'S, Grocer, Towcester; and atJ. WHITING'S, Statuary and Mason, Northampton. o; WYMERSLEY ASSOCIATION. FELONY. WALGRAVK, March 9th, 1805. " V17TIEREAS late on Tuesday Night, » » on Wednesday Morning last, some or early Person or WHEREAS a Man in the Month of January, ( - Persons ( Ud CUT Yhe THROAT of ' and KILL, in a 1801, did leave a Small_ Cart at the Shop ot Close adjoining to the Town of Grendon, in the County vv the state of much property in possession and re- version is affected in this country, and the persons in remainder contest the validity of these mar- riages, upon the ground of, their not having been performed according either to the law of England ( the chapel not having been consecrated, nor the clergyman ordained, or for some other legal detect,) or the laws of France. It is with concern we have heard, that the plea of these relatives, and other devisees in reversion, is likely to prevail, in the opinion of the highest Civilians. The Hon. W. Ward, member for Worcestershire, on Monday last presented to the House of Com- mons a petition from the freeholders and rack- renters of the counties of Worcester and Hereford, for leave to diaw narrow- wheeled waggons with five horses. SURREY QUARTER- SESSIONS, Tuesday, March 5. — William Peckover, Elias Hollins, and Robert % ates, wero put to the bar to take their trial; the first two, Peckover and Hollins, for feloniously stealing a number of sacks, and also a quantity of barley meal and malt, the property of Messrs. Langdale, Leader, and Atler, distillers, at Wands- . worth; and Robert Bates for having received the same, knowing them to have been stolen.— It may be remembered that this same Robert Bates was tried last sessions, and after receiving sentence of transportation for seven years, he got quit of the N. Kimbell, Wheelwright, at Walgrave, Nortliamp. tonshire, ordering the same to be repaired, promising to fetch the same away in one Month's Tim'', but h is not since fetched it away, or paid for repairing it en, tile sai Cart is claimed bv the O wner i, i one Month from the Date hereof, it will be sold to defray the Expence of repairing and this Advertisement. BRAUKSTON, March 8, 1805. WHEREAS THOMAS WARWICK, AP- PRENTICE to EUSEBY BROWN-, of BRAUNSTON, Northamptonshire, Draper and Taylor, did ABSCOND FROM HIS MASTER on Tuesday Evening, February 12th, 1805, without any Provocation.— He is about 5 Feet 3 Inches high, stout made, has a large Head, flat Nose, wid'-' Mouth, and rather a frowning Visage; had on when he went away a brown mixed Coat, buff Manchester Quilting or spotted Velveret Waistcoat, light Corduroy or daVk Velveteen Breeches, and light blue or black- and- white Hose.— This is to inform the said Thomas Warwick, that if he will return, he will be received again ; but if not, and he can be found out, he will, and the Person employing or harbouring him, be prosecuted according to Law. Any Person giving Information respecting him, shall be handsomely rewarded by EUSEBY BROWN. of Northampton, an EWE SHEEP, big with Lamb, belonging to Mr. JAMES ROCERS, of Grendon, a Member of this Association, but did not take or carry j awav the said Sheep, or any Part thereof: i Whoever will apprehend, or cause to be brought to Justice, the Person or Persons who committed the above Felonv, so that he or thev may be prosecuted, shall receive a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS of Mr. C. Markham, Attorney, in Northampton, the Trea- surer and Solicitor of this Association ; and shall also, on Conviction of the Offender or Offenders, receive a further Reward of TWENTY GUINEAS of the said Mr. Rogers.— And if more than one Person was con- cerned, and either will impeach his Accomplice or Accomplices, lis shall be entitled to the same Re- wards, and Interest will be made to procure His Ma- jest\' s Pardon'. Northampton, March " tth, 1805. MARCH 5th, 1805. 17LOPED FROM HIS MASTER, on Tuesday, U February the 26th, T II 0 M A S M A R T I N, Apprentice to WILLIAM BARNWELL, of Pailton, in the Parish of Monks- Kirby, in the County of Warwick, Taylor. FA?" The said THOMAS MARTIN is about five Feet nine Inches and a Half high, has a pale Complexion i and dark Hair, and the Finger Nails on his left Hand been cut by a Hook ; To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, and other FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of NORTHAMPTON. NE of the VERDERERSHIPS rf SAI. CEY FOREST being vacant bp the Death of John Clarke, Esq. I beg Leave to solicit the Favour of your Votes and Interest to succeed him; and should I be so j ordinate as to meet with pair Approbation and Support, it will confer a lasting Obligation on lour most obedient and humble Servant, W. WAK, E. > Courteenliall, Jan. 14th, 1805. THE FOURTH COUNTY ASSEMBLY W'ILL be at the GEORGE INN, NORTHAMPTON, on THURSDAY, MARCH 14th, 1805. S. ISTED, Esq. ) c. , J. H. THURSBY, Esq.$ MeWa ' 0- f Dancing to commence at Eight o'Clock. FREE H O L D, O I. N E Y. To - Bakers and others. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, AVery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; con- sisting of a well- built Dwelling- House, with sashed, Front; a Bakehouse, Stbre- Rooms, Stabling, large Yard, and Barn adjoining and belonging thereto; situate in the Centre of the HIGH- STREET, in OI. N E Y, in the County of Bucks. 85T These Premises have been many Years occupied by Bakers ( for which Business they are well adapted); and, with the present Trade, may be entered upon immediately. *** For further Information, and to treat for the Purchase, apply to Mr. GARRARD, Attorney at Law, in Olney. N. B, The above Estate will be sold by Auction, ! on Tuesday the 19th Instant, in case the same should not be previously disposed of; of which further Par- ticulars will be given in this Paper. • The Rev. W. Boideroj one of the chaplains to the Prince of Wales, and also to the Earl of Ma- cartney, and rector of Woodford,- F. ssex, has been preferred to the valuable rectory of Carlc- ton, Cambridgeshire. His Grace the Duke of Rutland has appointed D'Ewes . Coke, Esq. Barrister at Law, to be his Deputy- Recorder for the borough and soke of Grantham, vacant by the promotion of Sir Thomas Manners Sutton ( late , Solicitor- General) to a Barony of the Exchequer. Lord Foley and Sir II. Peyton have purchased Lord Sefton'sLeicestershire hounds, intending to open next year's campaign in a new stile. A few days ago was paid into the hands of the treasurer of the General Infirmary in this town, Smith, of Clay- Coton, a guineas, the amount of A] are remarkable through havin;, whole, by the extraordinary circumstance of a j he had on when he went awav a Snuff- coloured Frock, boy, who was the only evidence against him, hav- dark Swansdown Waistcoat, and dark Velveteei ing been falsified in his statements by hU own TV^ hoever harbours or em,, loys the said Apprentice mother.— Knight, who was tried also at the same after , hjs pubUc N Jtice> wij[ bc 1) rosecute( i to the sessions, and acquitted, was the evidence in this ( utmost Rigour of the Law. cause, and most directly proved, that the articles in question were conveyed by him from the loill, nt the desire of the prisoners Peckovcr and llol- lins, and that they were taken to Bates's house. After the Chairman had summed up the evidence, the Jury found the three prisoners guilty, and they received sentence as follows:— Peckovcr and llol- iins to be transported for seven years, as princi- pals; and Bates, as receiver, for fourteen years. VALUABLE SHEEP, COWS, HOGS, & c. At ASTWOOD, Buckinghamshire. To be S O L D bv A U C T I O N, By B R O IVN & SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 12th Day of March, 1805, LL the valuableSlIRW, COWS, 1IOGS, & c. the Property of Mr. JOHN BRIMLEY, of ASTWOOD aforesaid, who is leaving the Farm'; consisting of 71 exceeding good Ewes, In- lamb, 12 Shear hogs, 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 tine yearling Bull; thirteen store Pigs, one spayed Yelt, & c. Also, 92 Acres of AFTER- PASTURE till Old Lady- Day next. ( pf The Sheep are all of the polled Sort. The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock, and the Whole to be sold without Reserve. LONDON, March 9. YESTERDAY morning a Gottenburgh Mail ar- rived, and Hamburgh Papers to the 20th ult.—- It is stated, in letters from Lyons, dated the 30th | January, that Lord Nelson had taken possession of ! the Island of Minorca, and that the Toulon fleet ! was within 12 leagues of that island; but having I received intelligence of its surrender, had immedi- i ately returned to Toulon.— There are no means of deciding at present; what degree of credit is due to this report; but one part of it appears to be confirmed by a letter from Leghorn, which states, that a French frigate had arrived at that port, which had parted from the Toulon fleet off the Island of Sardinia. WANTED, A HALF- BOARDER in a small ' v genteel SCHOOL, where she will be treated and instructed as a young Lady on the Establishment. — She will be expected to teach young Children to read, and assist a little about the House. fy^ T Letters, Post- paid, addressed to G. H. at the Printers of this I'- yKit, will be duly attended to. WANTED immediately, TWO JOURNEYMEN GLAZIERS and HOUSE. PAINTERS, or PAINTERS only. G5R Enquire of WILLIAM COOK, Kettering, Northamptonshire. « BUTLER " WANTEIX WANTED immediately, in a Gentleman's Family, A BUTLER.— None need apply who cannot come well recommended. Enquire of J. ABEL, Bookseller, Northampton. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. A CURACY. To be entered on at Midsummer, or bp the End of April if desired, On the great Road from Northampton to Leicester, rpwo CHURCHES, about two Miles distant one from another, single Duty each, Stipend =£. 60, and Surplice_ Dues ; with an excellent House, Rent free, and most of the necessary Fixtures left in it; good Five- stall Stable, double Coach- House, & c. PIT Two Acres of Land adjoining the House, and a Close near, of almost four Acres, may be had at the present Rent. * » * Direct, Post- paid, to A. B. Post - Office, Nettlebed, Oxfordshire. To LEO'Tor a LEASE of TWELVK YEARS to DISPOSE OF, AHOUSE and SHOP, recently fitted up, situated at the Corner of WOODHILL and MER- CER'S- ROW, facing the Market- Hill, Northampton, with exceeding good Bow- Window in Front, well adapted for any Business. ( jai" For Particulars, enquire of J. GOODMAN, Saddler and Hatter, removed to the Corner of the Drapery and Gold- Street. , Northampton, March 9, 1805. J. G. begs to inform his Friends, he has just TURN PIKE- TOLLS TO LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Trustees appointed by an Act of Parliament made and passed in the 87th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intituled, " An Act tor Amending, Widening, " Altering, and Keeping in Repair, the Road leading " from a Place called Morton's Corner, in the Town " of Wellingborough, in the County of Northampton, " to the East End of Abington- Street, in the Town " of Northampton," will be held at the House of CHARLES THOMA S, known by the Sign of the HIND, in WELLINGBOROUGH aforesaid, on TUESDAY the 9th Day of APRIL next; when the TOLLS arising at the WELLINGBOROUGH TOLL- GATE, on the said Road, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, for TWO YEARS, to the .". est Bidoer, between the Hours of Eleven and One o'Clock of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for regu- lating the Turnpike- Roads; which Tolls will be put up at such Sum as the Commissioners shall think fit. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder must forthwith give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees; for Payment of the Rent at such Times as they shall direct. Given under my Hand the 9th Day of March, in the Year of our Lord IS05, JOHN HUDSON, Clerk to the said Trustees. KETTERING INCXOSURE! WE, the undersignedCoirmiissioners, appointed by an Act passed in the 4- 1 th Year of His present Majesty, intitled, " An Act for Inclosing " Lands within the Manor and Parish of . Kettering, " in the County of Northampton," do hereby give Notice, that we have set out and appointed the several private Carriage and Drift Roads, and Foot- Ways, in, through, and oyer the Lands and Grounds intended to be divided, allotted, and inclosed, in Pursuance of the said Act, that is to say : — Richard's Leys •— One of divers Widths, from the Northall Pubiio Road, round an Allotment set out to Ephiaim Buswell, Esq. upon Richard's Leys. Pinfold.— One other, of the Breadth of 30 Feet, from the Stamford Turnpike- Road, at the Pinfold, by the Town Homesteads, over Allotments set out for the Rector of Kettering and the Duchess of Bucclcuch, respectively. Cransley Brooks.— One other, of the Breadth of 30 Feet, from the Market, Harborough Turnpike- Road, between an Allotment to the Rector of Kettering, and an Allotment and ancient Inclosures of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, to Hall- Lane. Kettering Windmill and WatermiLl.— One other, of the Breadth of 30 Feet, from the Stamffird Turnpike- Road, in a Southerly Direction over Allotments to William Tomlinson and the Trustees of Kettering Town Land, and then in an Easterly Direction over an Allotment to the Rector ot Kettering, toanAllot- Live and Dead Stock, At ASTWOOD, Buckinghamshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BROWN & SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 26th Day of March, 1805, PART of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, BREW- ING and DAIRY UTENSILS. HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, the Property of Mr. THOMAS MARKS, of ASTWOOD, in the County of Bucks; comprising 50 Ewes and Couples, by the Rev. Thomas benefaction of three damages received from a person for illegally im- pounding his sheep. At Banbury fair, on Thursday se'nnight, a slieep of the new Leicester kind was exhibited, the most complete in all points ever seen; which, although only two- shear, weighed upwards of Sllbs. per quarter. It was bred and fed by Mr. Joseph Pain, of Banbury, from a sheep of Mr. Wyatt's, of Hanwell- Park. At the Assizes for this con, tty, which ended on Thursday, George Su'ingler, for stealing two sheep, the property of Walton Pell, of (.' lipston; and William Dicks, for stealing a bay gelding, the pro- perty of Edward Grant, of Litchborough, were capitally convicted and received sentence of death, but were afterwards reprieved.— Henry Spur, for stealing a hair trunk, containing sundry articles of value from a stage- coach J and WiUiam Ilardwick, for stealing a bridle and some sacks, were ordered- to be transported for seven years .-— Joseph Galli- more, for stealing a velveteen frock and a silk handkerchief, was fined sixpence, and ordered to be imprisoned for three months.— Thomas Ashley, for shop- lifting, and Samuel Cmilston, for stealing beans from his master, were severally fined one shilling, and- ordered to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the house of correction, the former for eighteen months, and the latter for twelve months.— George Marriott, for stealing a pocket- bookj containing bills and cash to the value of <£. 6, the property of John Cole, was fined sixpence, and ordered to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the house of correction for twelve months.— William Poicell, convicted of petit larceny, was ordered to be imprisoned one month.— Hannah Ashby, convicted of perjury, was fined sixpence, and ordered to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the house of correction for two years.— Thomas Wennatt was delivered by proclamation; and Edzoard Ashford, Mary Radford, Richard Barber, and Ann Johnson were acquitted. Levi v. Dm biggen.— At the above Assizes, tl. inS^" r. i.""-^!!!.! !." Ut, J h.! Wednesdayrthir^ use,'' which had' excited consi- """ """" derable interest, came on to be heard before Sir Alan Chambre and a Special Jury. The action Cyprus, and the Turkish garrison have been de- feated by the Insurgents. We are extremely sorry to learn, by a letter from Portsmouth, that a vessel, arrived there from the Mediterranean, has brought intelligence, that the Arrow sloop of war, with a bomb, and twenty- five sail out of'thirty merchantmen, bound from Malta to England, under their convoy, have been captured by two French frigates. Accounts were yesterday received from our fleet off Ferrol, which state that five large ships, with troops on board, and two smaller vessels, had been seen in lat. 40. and long. 16. standing to and ten Ewe Tegs ; five fine young in- calved Cows' j thrc S- W. supposed to be steering a course for the one fresh barren Ditto, and a Two- year- old Bull ; three useful Draught Horses; one stout Narrow- wheel Cart, and one Six- inch Ditto, with Iron Arms ; Seed Ploughs and Harrows, and other Out- door Effects. HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, BREWINC UTENSILS, & c. consist of Servants' Beds and Bedsteads; Dresser and Shelves; Chuirs; Tittles; Pewter and Brass; Wind up Jack, " rith Weights, & c. ; three Imn- bound Pipes and smaller Casks, Tubs, & c.; a Three- dozen Churn and Frame, four Milk- Leads, and Dairy Utensils in general; and various other Effects. ( far Three Months' Credit will be given, on ap- proved joint Security, for all Bargains above ten Pounds. *** The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock, and the Whole to bc sold without Reserve. To be SOLD by A U C T ION, By ROBERT ANDREWS, On Friday next, the 15th of March instant, 1805, ABOUT 20 OAI\ S, with Top, Lop, and Bark, - and 160 ASH, and 20 ELM TREES, and a few RINGS of WOOD, growing on the Premises, at CHELLINCTON and CARLTON, in the County of Bedford. { pT The Sale will commence at Ten o'Clock, at Rudd's Close, in the Parish of Chellington. To At West- Indies.— The same accounts add, that the French squadron in Ferrol was ready for a start, and it was supposed they would attempt to get out while the long nights lasted. Our squadron, of course, was proportionably vigilant. Four Spanish ships were fitting out in the harbour of Ferrol, but they were in total wan. t of stores, from the French having robbed them of every thing for the equipment of their own ships. FORTUNATE LOTTERY TICKETS. Eighth day's draining.— No. 8035 ( asfirst- drawn, and =£. 20 prize,} i. 25,020. No. 6143, = C. 5000. No. 9911, =£. 500. Nos. 8836, 18,431, 18,469, 22,777, and 22 990 £ 100 each. " Ninth day.— Nos. 24,417 and 24,640, =£. 10,000 each. No. 19,838, £. 5000. Nos. 16,268 and 18,199, =£. 500. Tenth and last day.— Ho. 3812 ( as first- drawn), =£. 1000. No. 19,408, =£. 5000. Nos. 18,089, 9140, and 18,381, =£. 100. To received a tVesh Assortment of HATS and CAPS of h Duke , Duch f Bvlccleud near the present Spring Fashion, which he is enabled to .. . ... ... > sell at the most reduced Prices. To be \ RICK of good XV Enquire at the near NORTHAMPTON. SOLD, MEADOW HAY. TURNPIKE, St. James's- End, to Ketttring Watermill. Chafer's Road.— One other, of the Breadth of 25 Feet, from the Thrapston Turnpike- Read, over the North Sideof William Smith's Allotment, to an Al- lotment set out for Jiines Chater. Goose- Pasture.— One other, of the Breadth of 20 Feet, from the End of Goose- Pasture- Lane, over the North End of an Allotment set out for James Chater, to an ancient Intlosure, called Hall- Pond Close. Ditto Fulling- M'ul.— One other, of the Breadth of 15 Feet, from the Northampton Public Road, over an Allotment to James Chater, to the Eulling- Mill, occupied by William Wallis. Uennell's Road.— And one other, of the Breadth of 20 Feet, from the Market- Harborough Turnpike- Road, over the East Side of David Henncll's Allot- ment, to John HennelPs Allotment. PRIVATE FOOT- WAYS. One over Part of an Allotment set out for Charles Gibbon, called True's Leys or Close, by divers 1- Iouses late belonging to Kettering School. Bus- well's Foot- Way.— One other, over the North- West Side of that Part of Thomas Mee's Allotment - next the Town of Kettering. Pick's Road.— One other, from the House occupied by Richard Pick, over Part of the Glebe Allotment, to the Rockingham Turnpike- Road. And we do further give Notice, that we have pre- Sared a Map, in which such private Carriage and • rift Roads, and Foot- Ways, are accurately laid down and described, the same being signed by us, to be de- posited with Mr. Thomas Marshall, of Kettering, for Inspection of all Parties concerned; and we do hereby appoint a Meeting of us the said Commissioners, to be held at the GEORGE INN, in KETTERING, on SA- TURDAY the THIRTEENTH Day of APRIL next, at the Hour of Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon; when and where all Persons who may be injured or aggrieved by be SOLD by AUCTION, By RICHARD SMITH, the Swan Yatd, in THRAPSTON, on Tuesday the 19th Day of March instant, rpiIE following STOCK, viz. four very useful . JL Draught Horses and Mares; 26 capital'fat Sheep, 20 Lambed and In- lambed Ewes and Theaves, and 20 Lambhogs. ( J3T The Sheep will be penned for Inspection by Twelve o'Clock, and the Sale will commence with them at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon. *** Four Months' Credit will be given on approved Security, or a legal Discount allowed on prompt Pay. To Drapers, Grocers, tyc. be SOLD by AUCTION, By ANDREW GARDNER, On Wednesday, March the 20th, 1805, and following Day, rpiIE entire STOCK of LINEN and WOOLLEN- - 8. DRAPERY, GROCERY, and some IRON- MONGERY. on the Premises of Mr. GRAVES, in l. ITTlrE- BKICKH1LL, in the County, of Bucks; consisting of about 300 Yards of Ell and Yard- wide Printed Cottons and Chintz; Irish Cloths; Sheeting; white corded Dimity; about 200 Yards of Calaman- coes; Women's Shawls; Pocket Handkerchiefs; 200 Pair of Women's, Men's, and Boy's Stockings; Silk Handkerchiefs; Quantity of Ribbons, Muslins, G loves, Velveteens, Queen's Cord, & c.; Swansdown Waistcoat Pieces, various Patterns; a Quantity of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Hats; Ditto Shoes; red Cloaks; Crape Hat- Bands, Shrouds, & c.; Ironmongery, such as Padlocks, Spades, Shovels, & c.; the Grocery consists of Sugars, Teas, Currants, Raisins, Pepper, Mustard, Blues, Sulphur, Saltpetre, black Lead, Lamb Black, yellow Ochre, & c.; a Quantity of Earth- enware, long and Hand Brushes, Tin Ware, & c. & c'. ; the Counters, with Drawers, Shelves, and all the Fixtures in the Shop; with about 50 Lots of Furni- ture, as Grates, Buffet, Tables, Chairs, See. ( J3" The Sale will begin at Eleven o'Clock each Morning. N. B. The above Premises may be taken and entered upon immediately, and the Stock taken at a fair Valu- ation, by applying on the Premises ; or to the Auc- tioneer, Woburn, Beds; if so, due Notice will be given in next Week's Paper. Bank Stock 3 per Ct. Red. 3 per Ct. Cons. 4 per Ct. Cons. 5 per Ct. Ann. PRICE OF sh. sh. 5m sh. 89 « i STOCKS. Imp. 3 per Cents. . 58 India Stock . . sh. India Bonds . 12 dis. Exclieq. Bills par. 1 pr. Omnium . 31 4 pr. NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, March 9. Eligible To ler!. To be SOL D, AN excellent ' CLOSE of PASTURE LAND, situate in the Parish of HARPOLE, in the County of Northampton, known by the Name of the Far Close, or Houseleek Close; containing twenty- two Acres two Roods, or thereabouts fbe the same more or less), late in the Tenure and Occupation of Mr. John Sftiith, of Harpole Woods, deceased. ( far The above Close is situated near the Turnpike- Road leading to Daventry, about three Miles from Northampton, and very near the Villages of Kisling- bury, Harleston, Upton, Duston, & c.— The same is Tythe- free, and the Land- Tax is redeemed. *** For Particulars, enquire of Mr. P. STEEVENSON, Northampton. Estates in Wellingborough. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE following most desirable and valuable ESTATES, situate in the populous and flourish- ing Town of WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton:— A modern- built MESSUAGE, situate in the SQUARE, fit for the Residence of a genteel Family, or for carrying on an extensive Trade, with all con- venient Out- Offices, and a large Garden adjoining. A very rich CLOSE of LAND, Tythe- free, called BASSETT'S, and a small SPINNEY of WOOD, and ORCHARD adjoining, situate near the West End of , , , „ the Town of " WELLINGBOROUGH aforesaid, containing ! the setting out of such private Carriage and Drift about seven Acres. j Roads, and Foot- Paths, or by the Omission of any a _ j G3T Apply to Messrs. Hodson, Solicitors, Wei- ! other Roadsor Foot- Paths, may attend and make their ' Garden," Pigsties', and every Requisite for ' carrVingon lingborougn; to Mr. Samuel Robinson, Welling-] Objections.— Dated this second Day of March, 1805. j the said Business. borough- Mills; or to Mr. Thomas Robinson, the I WM. BURDETT, ( pr For further Particulars, enquire on the Prc- Propnctor, at Kettering. I J. W. ROBERTS. I mises, or of the AUCTIONEER, Northampton. Situation. — Good - accustomed Inn. be LETT by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS HAW, On Thursday the 21st Day of March, 1805, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, for the Term of seven Years from Lady- Day next, and may be entered upon immediately, ALL that MESSUAGE or INN, called or known by the Sign of the COACH- AND- HORSES, exceedingly well situated in SHEAE- STREET, in the populous Town of DAVENTRY, and on the Great Chester Road, now in full Trade.— The Pre- mises consist of excellent large Cellars, convenient Brewhouse, Pump, and Well of good Water; com- modious Kitchen,- and three Parlours; nine complete Sleeping- Rooms; Yard, and Stabling for ten Horses, MARRIED.] On the 28th ult. at Dawlish,. Devonshire, by the Rev. Mr. Rolfe, the K * v. Charles Robinson, youngest son of Sir George Robinson, Bart, of Cranford, in this county, to Miss Charlotte Pennvman, third daughter of Sir James Pennyman, Bart. On Thursday last, in this town, Henry Disney Roebuck, Esq. late of Ingrees, in the county of Kent, to Miss Delaval, daughter of Colonel Delaval, of Redbourne- House, in the county of Hertford. On Saturday se'nnight, Mr. John Carr, watch- maker, of Coventry, to Mrs. Piatt, widow of Captain William Piatt, of Liverpool. Same day, Mr. Lection, of Edgeware- Road, London, to Miss Sarah Needham, of Soutborpe, in this county. Lately, Air. William Court, of Leamington- Priors, to Miss Lane, of Haslor, Warwickshire. Lately, Mr. Killinley, of Chesterton, Hunts, to Miss Walker, of Exton, in Rutland. On Tuesday last, Mr. John Franey, to Miss Penelope Todd, of Southwick, near Oundle. DIED.] On Sunday morning last, at the age of 8' J years, at her house in LowewBrook- street, after a long and gradual decline, Bridget, Countess Dowager of Morton, relict of James Earl of Morton, and daughter of Sir John Heathcote, Bart, of Normanton, in the county of Rutland. On Tuesday se'miight, in the 57tli y « ar of his age, Mr. William Malpas, of Stony- Stratford, Bucks. Lately, at Connington, Hunts, aged 82, Mr. Mackness, sen. of that place. A few days ago, aged 84, Mrs. Fox, of - Hunt- ingdon. On the 21st ult. at Weston- by- Weedon, in this county, much regretted by a circle of respectable friends, the Rev. John Law, who for " upwards of 13 years had been the pastor of a Dissenting con- gregation in that village. On Thursday se'nujght, Mrs. Yardley, of Co- ventry. On Friday se'nnight, Mr. William Abbotts, of Leamington- Priors, Warwickshire. Same day, Mrs. Steel, relict of Mr. Steel, hatter, of Coventry. On Sunday last, in the 53d year of his age, Mr. Spooner Warren, of Birmingham. On Tuesday last,^ aged 50, Mr. Henry . Teffcutt, secretary to the Leicester Infirmary, anil formerly of this town. fendant on the plaintiff on the second cfay of the last Northampton Races ; - and it appearing to the Court and Jury, from the evidence on the trial ( which lasted near five hours), that the assault was most violent, and had been committed under many aggravating circumstances, a verdict was found for the plaintiff, with of. 500 damages, besides costs of suit.— Counsel for the plaintiff, Serjeant Vaughan, Mr. Clark, and Mr. Sawbridge; for the defendant, Mr. Reader and Mr. Bramston. ' An inquisition was taken on the 26th ult. before Mr. Allen, Coroner for the county of Bucks, on view of the body of John Sonster, of Fenny- Stratford, a boy about eight years of age, who on the Saturday preceding was riding in a cart at Fenny- Stratford, when the horse took fright, and overturned the cart, which fell upon him and killed bim. Verdict— Accidental death. On Saturday se'nnight, a fire broke out at the White- Horse public- house, at Oakington, in Cam- bridgeshire, which was entirely destroyed, with a considerable part of the furniture. Stamford, Feb. 28.— We think it- right to caution the maltsters against wetting their bat- lsy on the floor before the expiration of the 12 days allowed by the late Act of Parliament.— The Board of Ex- cise have determined on laying information in every sucTi case.— The first information which has been lodged, was tried at the Guildhall at Lincoln last Saturday, in which the defendants brought over Mr. Coke as their counsel, and underwent a long hearing.— We understand that several more in- formations are now depending.— The penalty is ,£. 200 in each case. -—< « » » — THE following Horses are named for the Hunters' Stakes, to be run for on the first day of the North- ampton Races, 1805 ( 31 Subscribers, five Guineas each), the best of three heats, twice round th « course, weight for age. Mr. Andrews's br. h. Norval, by Jupiter, 5yrs. old. lOst. 71b. Mr. Hawkins's b. h. Soldier, Mr. Pell's br. g. aged, list. Mr. Harrison's roan g. Mountebank, by Magpye, aged, list. Mr. Cooch's bl. g. Black Prince, by Grasshopper. • 6 yrs. old, lOst. 111b: Mr. Wilson's b. g. Grindlefield, by Overton, 5 yrs. old, lOst. 71b. Mr. Charles Hill's b. m. Giggler, 6yrs. old, 10st. 111b. Mr. John Fletcher's b. g. Slap, by Skyscraper, 5 yrs. old, lOst. 71b. Major Grant's h. g. Joe, by Joe Andrew, aged, list. Mr. Morris's ch. li. by Whirlwind, aged, list. Mr. Bithrey's h. Little- Fellow, aged, list. Mr. Embden's b. g. Contestor. Mr. Sturgess's g. g. Young Roscius, 6 yrs. old, lOst. 111b. • • Mr. Manning's b. g. Young Nobleman, 5 yrs. old, lOst. 71b. Mr. J. Benton's roan h. Strideaway, by Count de Grasse, 5 us old, lOst. 71b. Mr. G. S. Benton's ch. h. Northampton, 6 yrs, old. lOst. 111b. Mr. J. B. Story's h. Lockington. ' For the Hunters' Stakes, to be run for on the second day, there are aix Subscribers, at ten Guineas each, one four- mile heat, 12st. each. Mr. Andrews's br. h. Norval, by Jupiter. Mr. Hawkins's b. b. Soldier, by Soldier. Mr. J. B. Story's h. Lockington. Mr. Wilson's b. h. Madman, by Palmfiower. Mr. Fletcher's b. g. by King Fergus. by Soldier, aged, list. Traveller, out of ( jar The prisoners in the county gaol return thanks to the Gentlemen of the Grand'Jury tor =£. 6 3s. lOd. and to a Gentleman unknown for one guinea, left in the hands of the gaoler. Corn- Exchange, London, Friday, March 8. The fresh arrivals of Wheat to- day are numerous, and part from Scotland; fine still in request, apd keeps as dear; other qualities difficult of sale and cheaper.- Good Dantzic about 115s. per quarter.— Rve in demand, and dearer.— Barlev rather w.— White Peas exuemelv plentiful, and at less. PRICE of CORN per Quarter Northampton, Saturday, March 9. at Beans, 42s. Od. to 46s. ft). Peas, 40s. Od. to 5' 2s. Od. " By the Standard Measure. Wheat, 80s. to 100 Rve. 60*. Od. to 76-.-.' Ba'rlev, 46s. Od. to W Od. Oats, 22s. Od. to 26s. Od. ivi. BATTIN, Clerk of tfie Maike LIST of FAIRS, from March 11 to March 23, within the Circuit of this Paper. F. Mar. 15. Oakham. M. 18. Stamford. W. 20. lli'idow. S. —— 23. Woitir/ t and Dunchi, rtV. mm mem ODE ON TIIE- PAST. T) AYS of my youth, too quickly fled ! 1 Visions of love and bliss, adieu ! How ill acquired the aching head, And manhood's sorrowing heart, for you! Ah ! what avails, with hopeful eye, The raptur'd Future to descry > In kindness hid the dark unknown, Be ours the pleasures past, since. ours the Past alone. Why lingers Recollection still O'er the fair scenes of lost delight; What time, from yonder eastern hill, Rose the mfld sun of Being bright ? It is, though calmer reason turn fro.,; wilds- where Fancy's meteors burn, She fondly gives the pensive tear To joys by truth approv'd, and held by memory dear. O come, the forms by Feeling wrought, A nd chace the soul's sad gloom away j 0 come !— for years have only taught, How soon the seeds of bliss decay. I. o! by the tempest, sternly rude, Life's blooming promise all subdu'd, And manhood's yet unwithering prime Shrinks at the wintry blast of unrelenting Time. If high ingenuous Honour charm; If Beauty win thy fond esteem; Warmth, prompt at Friendship's call to arm; And Woman, all that lovers dream: Thv mind from bitterest anguish free, If days unclouded thou wouldst see, ( Then close thine eyes on youth's gay lawn, While yet thy Eden bloom, while now the morning ' dawn ! Weak man ! what means the wish to gain, With wearied steps, Fame's arduous steep ? Why madly trust the faithless main, To grasp Profusion's glittering heap ? E'en all that conquest still adorns, Is often but a crown of thorns ; Still the proud standard that he rears Is hail'd bv orphan cries, and drench'd with widow'd tears. Shall letter'd Glory's generous toils A brighter recompence . bestow ? Ah ! what are Learning's envied spoils, But slight, and penury* and woe ? Deep to the winds poor Genius sighs, And roves unseen with tearful eyes; Nor pitying friends his fate enquire, Till, borne by misery down, unaided Worth expire ! Since honours, riches, genius, fail To sooth and satisfy the mind, 1 turn to that Elysian vale Of Loves and Graces, yet behind ! There Fancy all her scene arrays'; There Nature at the heart- string plays; There, sweetly wild, the varied year; There Joy's extatic thrill, and April's cloudless tear. Days of my youth, too quickly fled ! Visions of love and bliss, adieu !— But ill exchang'd the aching head, And manhood's sorrowing heart, for you! No more intent, with hopeful eye, The rapt'rous Future to descry, While kindly hid the dark unknown, Mine be the pleasures past, for mine's the Past alone ! The Catholics of Ireland have carried their proceedings, towards an application to Parliament for their emancipation, so far, that the Deputies for that purpose are now arrived in London. These arc the Earl of Fingal, Sir Edward Beliew, Counsellor Scully, and Mr. Ryan. The fifth Deputy, the Hon. Sir Thomas French, was de- tained by indisposition, and was expected to leave Dublin only on Friday. The accounts are very various, both respecting the mode in which they intend to proceed, and respecting the reception they are likely to meet with. It has been with considerable confidence asserted, that a great Personage, who had been supposed to present a principal obstacle to the satisfying of the demands of the Irish, had lately expressed himself with great approbation of their proceedings. It has been stated, however, with equal confidence 011 the other hend, that Mr. Pitt's answer is to bo, either that the petition cannot with propriety be presented. during " the present year," or " the present reign." Great doubt, it is said, is enter- tained in the Cabinet, whether the first or the second answer be the best; and on the distinction between these, political ' arrangements of the greatest magnitude are understood to depend. The National Debt.— Tom Paine once said, that the operation of our Sinking Fund was like the effect produced by a man with a wooden leg pursuing a hare; aid this, like some of the sena- torial jokes of the present moment, did not fail, of course, to excite a laugh. His speculations upon tikis subject, however, have proved no more creditable to' his sagacity, than those which, with such insidious views, he hazarded respecting the probable effects of the French Revolution. What will that weak politician, or any other enemy of the financial system of this country, say, when we state, that by the beneficial operation of the Sinking Fund, 110 lessasum than <£ 1,698,926 13s. 4d. is at present applied, per quarter, to the reduction of the national debt; and that the sum already redeemed, amounts to <£. 113,523,393 sterling! The Board of Agriculture, with a view Jo en- courage the cultivation of spring wheat, have offered a premium of 50 guineas for the greatest number of acres sown this spring, not less than twenty; 30 guineas for the next greatest number, and 20 for the third, or pieces of plate of equal value.— The true spring wheat may be sown with success so late as the end of April, and has been known to escape the mildew, and yield better than the autumnal wheats. TO COVER, this Season, 1805,, at Rockingham Castle, Northamptonshire, at One Guinea a Mare, and Two Shillings and Sixpence the Groom, GOVESNO R. .63" He was got bv Trumpator, his Dam by High- flyer, Grand- Dam ( Otheothea) by Otho, Great- grand- dam by Snap, Great- great- grand- dam by Reyulus, Great- great- great- grand- dam ( which was Wildair's Dam) by Steady. *** He was bred by Earl Clermont, and considered very promising when young, but he unfortunately fell lame in training, and never started. 1 N] PRACTICAL ARCHITECTURE. The folio- wing Books on the practical Parts of Archi- tecture have been lately, published by J. TAYLOR, No. 59, High- Holborn- ICHOLSON's Carpenter's and Joiner's Assistant, illustrated with 79 Plates, and copious Explanations, Quarto, 18s. bound. 2. Nicholson's Carpenter's New Guide, a complete Book of Lines for Carpentry and Joinery, with 78 Plates, 15s. 3. Nicholson's Student's Instructor, in drawing and working the Five Orders, with 33 Plates, 6s. bound. 4. Pain's British Palladio, 42 Plates, Folio, 16s. 5. Pain's Carpenter's and Joiner's Repository, 69 Plates, 16s. 6. Pain's Practical Builder, 83 Plates, 12s. 7. Pain's Practical House- Carpenter, 148 Plates, 18s. 0 Pain's Builder's Pocket Treasure, 55 Plates, 6s Assistant, two Volumes, 64 9. Langley's Builder's 77 Plates, 16s. 10. Langley's Gothic Architecture Improved, Plates, 15s. 11. Langley's Builder's Bench- Mate, 184 Plates, 4s. 6d. 12. Franklyn and Clavering, on Smoky Chimnies, 4s. 6d. 13. Designs for Shop Fronts and Door- Cases, 10s. 6d. 14. Richardson's Fancy Capitals and Friezes from the Antique, 15s, 15. Designs for Monuments, including Grave- Stones, Wall- Pieces, and Tombs, 16s. 16. Elevation and Plan of Bl^ ckfriar's Bridge, 5s. 17. Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the Machines and Centering used in erecting Blackfriar's Bridge, 10s. 6d. or with the Elevation, 15s. ORNAMENTAL ARCHITECTURE. This Day " were published, by J. TAYLOR, at the Archi- tectural Library, No. 59, High- Holborn, 1. " OLAW's Sketches for Country Houses, Villas - I and Rural Dwellings, on 42 Plates, Quarto, lis. 6d. 2. Flaw's Ferme Ornee, or Rural Improvements.— A Series of Designs for Parks, Fences, Cottages, & c. Thirty- eight Plates, Quarto, £. 1 lis. 6d. 3. Plaw's Rural Architecture; Designs from the simple Cottage to the decorated Villa. Sixty- two Plates, Quarto, £. 1 2s. 4. Laing's Hints for Dwellings; original Designs for Cottages, Farm- Houses, Villas, & c. Thirty- four Plates, Quarto, £. 1 5s. 5. S( fane's Sketches for Cottages, Villas, & c. with appropriate Scenery ; to which is added, six Designs for improving ana embellishing of Grounds, with Explanations. Forty- seven Plates, Folio, £. 2 12s. 6d. 6. Malton's Cottages, 011 twenty- three Plates, Quarto, £ 1. lis. ( id. 7. Miller's Designs for Cottages, Farm- Houses and Yards, Lodges, & c. Thirty- two Plates, Quarto, 10s. 6d. 8. Crunden's Convenient and Ornamental Archi- tecture. Original Designs for Houses, with Plans, Sec. Seventy Plates, Quarto, 16s. 9. Middleton's Architect and Builder's Miscellahy; Designs for Cottages, Country and Town Houses, Temples, Bridges, Sixty Plates, coloured, 8vo. £. 1 Is. 10. Middleton's Designs for Gates and Rails, See. Twenty- seven Plates, 6s. 11. Decorations for Parks and Gardens; Designs for Gates, Temples, Cattle- Sheds, Bridges, & c. Fifty- five Plates, 10s. 6d. 12. Soane's Designs for Temples, Garden Buildings, & c. 6s. TO THE PROPRIETOR OF STIRACIA's ITALIAN OILS, for the GROWTH of HAIR. SIR, ' AVery old Friend of mine, the wrong Side of sixty, who had been bald many Years, seeing the surprising Effect it had on my Family, particularly on a Son of mine ( a Man grown), who had very little Hair from his Birth, was induced to make Trial of your Oils on himself. It has answered his most san- guine Expectations, and he has got a fine Head of young Hair.— Also Mr. Johnson, of Wapping, who had a Horse that lost the Hair off his Knees two Years ; it has made the Hair grow, both thick and of its natural Colour. I am, Sir, yours, & c. Church- Street, Hackney. J. WHITWORTH. To bs had, Wholesale and Retail, at the Proprietor's House, No. 94, Newman- Street, Oxford- Street; and by his Appointment, at Mr. Golding's, No. 42, Cornhill; at 5s. per Pot, or £. 1 14s. a Dozen.— Not less than Half a Dozen at the Wholesale Price. Dr. ANDERSOti's, Or, The True Scots Pills. THESE PILLS, which have been prepared and given the greatest Satisfaction for upwards of 80 Years, by DICEY & Co. at their Original Medi- cine Warehouse, No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London, are singularly efficacious in bilious, flatulent, and dropsical Complaints, and all Disorders of the Sto- mach and Bowels. They promote Digestion, create an Appetite, remove Obstructions in the Kidnies, and consequently are Antidotes to the Stone and Gravel; but for the Expulsion of Worms in Children or grown Persons, the whole Materia Medica has not their equal. Travellers, who are too often obliged to drink all Kinds of Liquors, as well as Sea- faring People, should never be unprovided with them, as by fre- quently taking one or two of them, they are kept from Costiveness, Scurvies, Fevers, and most malig- nant Distempers. The Scots Pills' prepared by Dicey & Co. retain their Virtue for any Length of Time, and in all Cli- mates ; and from the Peculiarity of the Composition, they never run together, an Advantage no other Scots Pills possess: And therefore, for Exportation, or the Use of Gentlemen in the Maritime Line, they have a manifest Superiority. Spurious Sorts, of a very inferior Quality, are sold in almost every Town; be careful therefore to ask particularly for DICKY'S Anderson's Scots Pills, and to observe, that the Words Dicey Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, are printed in the Stamp affixed to each Box, and signed in the' Margin of each Bill of Di- rections. Thev are sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, at Is. l$ d. per Box, containing Thirty Pills. Also, sold Wholesale and Retail by the Printers ot this Paper ( by - whom great Allowance is made to Country Shopkeepers J, and Retail by the following Persons, viz, W. Wilkins, Robins, and T. Bates, Daventry; Parker, Merridew, and Rollason, Coventry; Collison, B rack ley; Watson, Aynho; Mrs. Beesley, Banbury; Odell, and E. Pyne, Leighton; Griffin and Co. Tring; Norwood, Amersham ; Aynsworth, & Birdsey, Heme! hempstead; Edwards, Cliesham; Barnes, Invvood, and Dr. Pierson, in a recent Analysis of Peat, or! Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Osborn, Wobiun; Good- Turf Ashes, has found that they ( the red ashes I man, North- Crawley; Queneborough, and Squires, more especially) consist almost wholly of sulphate Dunstable^ ^ casM^^ Clo^ h. U; Alsop^ Crawley, of iron, commonly railed green vitriol of iron vitriol mixed with a very minute proportion of silicious earth, and of lime united either to sulphuric acid, or to carbonic acid; and to the sulphate of iron he attributes the fructifying properties of these ashes. This position is no less interesting than novel, as metallic salts and metallic oxides in general, and salts and oxides of iron in particular, which have hitherto been considered as poisonous to vegetation, are now recommended as manures. The effects produced by burnt earth and ashes from paring and burning, have heretofore been ascribed to alkaline or neutral salts; but Dr. Pierson's experiments prove that they do not possess either in any material quantities, and that oxide of iron is their distinguishing proporty. The usual quantities of these ashes spread on land is about 50 bushels, or 2250 pounds averdiipoise, per acre, or nearly seven and a half oz. per square vard. The crops ' of artificial grasses are often trebled by the use of thi's manure, and oats and barley are touch benefited by it. As To the LADIES of NORTHAMPTON and its Vicinity. Beauty, Health, and a good Set of Teeth, may be acquired to old Age by the Use of BUTLER'S RESTORATIVE TOOTH- POWDER ( from the original Recipe of the late Dr. P. H. Dimsdale), patronized and used by the Queen and Princesses, the Empress of Russia, the Duchesses of York, Bedford, Gordon, Leeds, Rutland, St. Albans, and most of the Nobility. This Powder is chiefly prepared from Vegetables, and is entirely free from the Acid, or any Mineral Substance. It destroys the Scurvy, imparts a Firm- ness and beautiful Redness to the Gums ; to the Breath the most delectable Sweetness; and, if used constantly, will render the Teeth of a pearly White- ness, and prevent the Tooth- Ach. Many Medical Gentlemen, who use it, declare it a fine Bracer, era- dicating the Foulness to which the Mouth is subject from Diet or disordered Lungs; and by its healing, purifying, and balsamic Qualities, frees the. Mouth from any unpleasant Taste. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, at Mr. Butler's, No. 4, Cheapside, Londcl ; " and by Dicey Si Sutton, Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Gre- gory, and Coombe, Leicester; Harrod, Harborough ; Munn, Kettering; Broughton, Wellingborough; Robins, Daventry; Merridew, Coventry j Kirkby, Nuneaton; Leigh, Atherstone; Hulse, Hinckley; Clementson, Melton; Adams, Loughborough; Beads- more, and Dewes, Ashby; Dodsworth, and Brooks, Burton; F. Wheeler, and Loggin, Aylesbury; Blower, Yardley; Loggin, Leighton; Southarn, Buckingham; Marriott, and Beesley, Banbury; Sharp, and Perry, Warwick; Gallard, Towcester; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; and by most Medicine Venders; in Boxes, at 2s. 9d. each. BOTANICAL SYRUP. I a serious Caution to all who, from the Nature of their Complaints, are obliged to have Recourse to that dangerous Pfeparation Mercury, it is certainly, if taken with Discretion, a most noble and effectual Cure for every species of Venereal In- fection ; but, on the other Hand, there is not an Article 111 the whole Materia Medica so replete with Danger: For should the Patient take Cold whilst under a Course of this extraordinary Medicine, it frequently leaves behind it the Gout, Rheumatism, Numbness in the Limbs, Paralytic Affections; which, however, may not be telt till after a Lapse of seven, eight, or ten Years. Many Persons in Business, Servants, and indeed all who, from the Nature of their Employments, are obliged to be out in all Weathers, being liable to catch Cold under a Course of Mercury, which may terminate their Lives; but no such Danger will intervene to those who substitute Dr. BRODUM's BOTANICAL SYRUP, which is particularly recommended to be used previous to entering into the Matrimonial State, lest the Indiscretion of a Parent prove a Source of Vexation to him for the Remainder of his Days, by afflicting his innocent but unfortunate Offspring with the Evil, Eruptions of a most malignant Tendency, and a Variety of other Compfaints, that are most assuredly produced by Neglect anil Imprudence. The BOTANICAL SYRUP and RESTORATIVE NER- vou's CORDIAL to be had at the House, No. 9, Al- bion- Street, Surrey Side of Blackfriars Bridge, in Bottles at £. 1 2s.— lis.— and 6s. Duty included. ( j5f A. D. SWINTON, the Proprietor ( Son of Dr. Swinton, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London,) may be consulted from Ten till Three, or by Letter, containing the usual Fee. *** A Five Guinea Bottle contains six at 22s. Sold also by the PRINTERS of this PAPER, and by the following Persons within the Circuit hereof, viz'. Marshall, Northampton, and at his Shop in Harbo- rough ; Edge, Northampton, and at his Shops in Wellingborough and Towcester; Nixon, Leicester; Smith, Bedford; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Tookey, Oundle; Beale, Thrapston; Collis & Dash, Ketter- ing; Jackson, Peterborough; Newcomb, Printer, Stamford; Wheeler, Aylesbury; Marriott, Banbury; Gallard, Towcester; and by mosf Booksellers and Medicine Venders in the three Kingdoms. To Thomas ' Taylor, Esq. No. 9, New Bridge- Street, London. Edinburgh, March 18, 1801. HONOURED SIR, Beg Leave to inform you, that ever since the Year 1799, 1 had been afflicted with the Lues Venerea; which, from its obstinately resisting every Course of Medicine prescribed by the most eminent Dr. WHEATLEY's. Invaluable Remedies for the certain and speedy CURE OF THE ITCH. AN OINTMENT which cures in four Hours, and does not contain the least Particle of Mer- cury, or any pernicious Ingredient whatever, and so perfectly innocent, that Children at the Breast may be cured without the least Hazard. It is of an agreeable Smell, requires no Confinement, and there is no Me- dicine of the Kind which cures in so short a Time. Price Is. 9d. a Box, Duty included. Likewise his CHYM1CAL LIQUID, as perfectly safe as the Ointmert, and as certain in its Effects; it has no Smell, nor does it in the least soil the Linen; a Circumstance which renders it highly va- luable, and to some Persons abundantly preferable to any Ointment whatever. Price 2s. 6d. a Bottle, Duty included. So'ld Wholesale, bv Appointment of the Proprietor, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, and at their Warehouse in Northampton; and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and by the principal Ven- ders of Patent Medicines in eve'ry Town throughout the United Kingdom. For Coughs, Consumptions, 4' c- PECTORAL ESSENCE OP COLTSFOOT. rpHE Herb Coltsfoot, called Tussilago by the L Ancients, was distinguished by them, as its Name sufficiently conveys, for its Excellence in the Cure of Coughs and other Pulmonary Complaints; and this Essence has, in the Course of a long Practice, been found the most safe and effectual Remedy for Coughs, Asthmas, and all Disorders of the Lungs. It gently opens the Breast, and immediately gives Liberty of Breathing, without any Danger of taking Cold. It admirably allays the Tickling which pro- L MARCH 7th, 1805. THOMAS GREGORY, do acknowledge myself in a Fault, in speaking disrespectful Words to the_ Injury of the Character of ANN I^ NIPHTON, of the Parish of OLDWESTON, in the Cjunty of Huntingdon, without any Foundation or Reason whatsoever; therefore, the said Ann Knighton is willing to forgive me 011 begging her Pardon in this public Manner, and promising never to otfend her again.— Witness my Hand, THOMAS GREGORY. RICHARD SMITH. JAMES SMITH. To be SOLD by PRIVATE rpHE following Lots of very I THE REAL JAPAN BLACKING, MADE BY DAY AND MARTIN, LONDON. rpiUS invaluable Composition, with Half the S usual Labour, produces the most brilliant Jet- Biark ever beheld, affords peculiar Nourishment to the Leather, will not soil the finest Linen, is per- fectly free from any unpleasant Smell, and will retain its Virtues 111 any Climate. Said, Wholesale, by Day & Martin, No. 7, Tavi- eto'ck- Street, London; and, Retail, by their Agents: Birdsall, Bookseller, Northampton; Norris, Per- fumer, Bedford; Jenkinson, Stationer, Huntingdon; Page, Perfumer, Oundle; Newcomb, Stamford; Merridew, Coventry; and Gregory, Leicester; in Stone Bottles, Price Is. Gd. each. and Mead, Luton; Brown, Morris, and Green & Co. Ampthill; S. and A. Cooper, and Morris, Nuneaton; Bull, Harrod, and Dawson, Market- Harborough; • Adams, ami Gamble, Loughborough; Gregory, and Swinfen, Leicester; Toone, Woolvey ; Pearson, Mel- ton- Mowbray; Burbage& Co. Nottingham; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester ; Seeley, Buckingham ; Miss Jones, Oxford; Hawkes, Lutterworth ; Wm. Smith, B. Bradley, and J. Bradley, Bedford; Hine, I'otton; Bunting, Sandy; Gardner, Weston, and Brooks, Biggleswade ; Richardson, Elmes, Poulter, and Sheppard, Stony- Stratford; Higham, Old- Stratford; Moxham, Fenny- Stratford; Stevens, Bicester; Marlin, J. Wheeler, Rickford, F. Wheeler, and F. Loggin, Aylesbury; Wards, Flinckley; San- derson & Co. Vuck, Broughton, and Chettle, Wel- lingborough; Eaton, Thrapston; York, Oundle; Horden, and Jacob, Peterborough; King, Gilkes, and Matthews, Chipping- Nortonf Balv, Wright, and Stevens, High- Wycomb; Munn, Kettering; New- comb, and Draka'rd, Stamford; Bird, Uppingham; Gibson, Oakham; Churchill, Deddington; Roberts, Southam ; Sharp, Warwick; I. u'ccock, Kimbolton; Bayley, and Paul, St. Ives; Emery, and Fox, St. Neots; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Darton, and Tapp, Hitchin; Hovel, Staples, Eaden, Hodson, and Gee, Cambridge; Leigh, Atherstone; Arch, Shetford; Holland, Winslow; Ward, Stratford- upon- Avon ; Mat- thews, Campden; Wallis, Olney; Taylor, Retford; Dexter, Wilbarston; and by the Venders of Dicey and C'o's Medicines in every Town throughout the Kingdom - Of whom may be had, from Dicey & Co's Warehouse as above, s. d. s. d. True Daffy's Elixir 23 '. Hooker's Female Pillsl 14 Smaller Bottles - 16 Dr. Bateman's Drops 1 Dr. Rudcliftb's Elixir 1 li Squire'sGrar. d Elixir f 8 Bostock's Elixir - 2 3 Pike's Ointment - 19 Stoughton's Elixir 1 Friar's Balsam - 1 li Clinton's Snuff, & Oil 1 6 Dr. Lockyer's Pills 2 S ' Bathing Spirits - 0 9 Godfrey's Cordial 0 8 Golden & plain Spirits of Scurvy- Grass iBeaumede Vie Betton's British Oil Rvmer's Tincture Walker's Jesuits Drops - - - Wyman's Pills 1 li 3 6 1 li 2 9 - 2 9 2 9 of the Faculty here, and undergoing several severe Courses of Salivation, and twice discharged from the Hospital, with little Relief, would appear to be of the most inveterate Nature. In the Spring of last Year my Disorder had got to such a Head, as nearly to put a Period to my Existence.— I had a large Ulcer on the Crown of my Head, one 011 each Arm, and my Legs were broke out in a frightful Manner; my Right was dreadfully painful, and had been in a State of Ulceration for the last seven Years; my Left had also two large Nodes on it, was very much discoloured, and gave me such excruciating Pain, particularly when warm in Bed, as nearly to deprive me of Rest'. In this lamentable State, I was recommended by Mr. J. Thompson ( who received so great a Cure by them here), to take your Leake's Patent Pills, which I began to do on the 26th of May: In the Course of a Fortnight I began to recefve Benefit— in little more than a Month, the Ulcers'on my Head and Arms were soundly healed— soon after, the Sores on my Legs healed also; leaving, however, considerable Discolouration in the Skin, and Pain in the Bone of the Left, which, by the Blessing of God, and a little longer Perseverance in your invaluable Medicine, subsided; the Nodes dispersing, the Skin regaining its natural Hue, and the nocturnal Pains gradually going off.— I thus became, by your Advice and Me- dicine, perfectly free from all my former Complaints — have recovered my former Spirits and Strength, and am become jolly and fat, in which State having continued many Months, to the Astonishment of all who knew me, I am at a loss in what Terms to express my Gratitude, but beg you, for the Good of other suffering Mortals, to make this my Case as public as possible, as I shall on every Occasion; in so doing, you Will greatly oblige, Sir, your grateful, obedient, very humble Servant, ALEX. MURKER. Siuan's- Close, High- street, Edinburgh. Prepared andj sold by the sole Proprietor, THOMAS TAYLOR, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, in London, at his House, No. 9, New Bridge- Street; Where, after! a constant Residence of mord than thirty- six Years, in a Practice particularly directed to tiie Cure of Venereal Complaints, and those inci- dental to the Parts of Generation in both Sexes, with that inviolable Secrecy which Men of his Profession should always observe, he flatters himself the Advice and Assistance he gratuitously administers to Persons taking this Medicine, will be esteemed, by a discern- ing Public, as an Advantage seldom to be obtained, and void of Ambiguity. They are also sold, by his Appointment, for the Convenience of those living at a Distance, by the Printers of this Paper, and Mr. Marshall, Druggist, Northampton; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Robins, Daventry; Sharp, Warwick ; Rollason, Coven- try ; Gregory, Leicester ; Harrod, Harborough; K night, Kettering;" Marriott, Banbury; Tookey, Oundle; Billinge, Liverpool; Atkinson, Manchester; and by one Person in every considerable Town in Great- Britain and Ireland, in Boxes of only 2s. 9d. each, sealed up with full and plain Directions, whereby Persons of either Sex may cure themselves with Ease, Speed, Secrecy, and Safety. ( jdT Every Box sold in Great- Britain is sealed up with a Stamp, on which, by Favour of the ' Commis- sioners, is printed, at the ' Stamp- Office— T. Taylor, No. 9. New Bridge- Street— to imitate which is Felony, and all others are counterfeit. vokes frequent Coughing, and takes off'the uneasy Sensation from acrimonious Humours, cleanses the small Glands, relaxes the Fibres, and thereby enlarges the Cavities of the Vessels. Thus it regularly and quickly cures Consumptions of the longest standing, if taken before the Lungs are ulcerated. It cures also all husky and dry Coughs, dissolves congealed Phlegm, heals Rawness and Soreness of the Breast, Stomach, and Lungs, and gives immediate Relief to those who, through Age aad Infirmity, are deprived of Rest or Sleep. This Essence is prepared only by James Ryan, Surgeon, in Bristol; and sold, Wholesale and Retail, by F. Newberyand Sons, at No.. 45, the East End of St. Paul's, London, in Bottles, Price as. 6d. each, Duty included. None are genuine but those which have the Words " F. Newberv, No. 45, St. Paul's," engraved in the Stamp. Sold also by Dicey & Sutton, J. Edge, and W. Marshall, at Northampton; and by those other Ven- ders of Medicines in the Country who have an annual Appointment under the Signature and Seal of Messrs. Newbery. WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS, Tor the Green- Sickness, and other Disorders incident to young Females. rpHE following Instance of their uncommon - I- Efficacy, is worthy the Attention of the Af- flicted :— To Mrs. KEARSLEY, Fleet- Street, London. MADAM, I am the unfortunate Daughter of an Officer in the Army, who fell in his Country's Cause, by which Means his Family are left in a Situation that it is necessary each should endeavour to provide for them- selves, which, from Indisposition, I was entii; ely incapacitated from, till an intimate Friend recom- mended your Pills, which have in a wonderful Man- ner restored me to Health, having removed the Ob- struction complained of; and, in consequence, my Complexion, which was exceedingly yellow, has resumed its wonted Colour, my Health is quite re- covered, and the Pains in my Head . and Stomach, with numberless other Complaints, too numerous to mention, have now ail subsided, and I am once more in full Health and Spirits, and able to encounter every Difficulty. I beg you will make my Case public, as many young Women, from a sedentary Life, have similar Complaints, which they are unwilling to attribute to the real Cause— Want of Exertion. Permit me to return you my most grateful Thanks for all Favours, through the Medium of Mrs. Smith ; and believe me, Your much obliged, and very humble Servant, CAROLINE WALKER. Exeter, August 1, 1804. WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS ( with Directions), Price 2s. 9d. a Box, are sold, Wholesale, by G. Kearsley, Fleet- Street, London; Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bo'vv Church- Yard, Cheapside; F. Newbery, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard; Bacon & Co. No. 150, Oxford- Street; Butler, Cheapside; and Barclay and Son, Fleet- Market; and Retail by Dicev & Sutton, and Marshall, Northampton; Parker, and Rollason, Co- ventry; Swinfen, Combe, and Cockshaw, Leicester; Seeley, Buckingham; Bloxham, and Marriott, Ban- bury; Wilcox, Towcester; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Newcomb, Stamford; Harrod, Harborough; and Wheeler, Aylesbury. *** As another Medicine is sold under the Name of Welch's Female Pills, - which is spurious, Purchasers are requested to remark, as the surest Testimony of Authen- ticity, that each BUI of Directions is signed - with the Name of C. KEARSLEY, in . Hand- Writing; and on the Outside^ - whereby Servants cannot be imposed on, the Stamp is printed, by Permission of his Majesty's Honour- able Commissioner s of Stamps, thus :— C. KEARSLEY, No. 46, FLEET - STREET. None others are genuine. THE CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD, Prepared ( only) by S. SOLOMON, M. D. GILEAD- HOUSE, near LIVERPOOL, UNIVERSALLY allowed t'o be an incompa.- 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 Effects of hot Climates, habitual Purgings, and par- ticularly the banefuf Consequences of Intemperance; in short, it is happily calculated for the Weak, Sickfy, and Infirm. Where the Constitution has been reduced by Disease or Irregularities, its Effects us a Restorative are unprecedented. To Dr. SOLOMON, LIVERPOOL. DEAR SIR, Glasgow, 18tb Feb. 1799. The Fame of your CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD has spread like Lightning or Electricity in this Place. A Gentleman, who used it only a few Days, says it has renewed his Youth: In short, all who tfy it fairly,, acknowledge the great Benefit they derive from it. The best Proof 1 can give you of its Success is, that though I sell every Patent Medicine of Repute in the Kingdom, such are the beneficial Effects of the Balm of Gilead, that I sell more of it than 1 do of all the Rest, which must be the Result of the Benefit derived from it in a Number of Complaints, and every one telling another of the great Effects of this truly wonderful Medicine. I have the Authority of the first Personages and Gentry in Scotland, to make Use of their Names in referring any one to them for Information relative to its Efficacy, but who do not wish to have their Names in Print.— In Addition to the 40 Dozen Half- Guinea Bottles which I have just received ( my last Supply of double that Quantity being gone), please to send per first Vessel for Greenock, 24 of the £. 5 Cases without fail, as nine of them are bespoke.— I am, dear Sir, yours, See. ANGUS M'DONALD, Jeweller. A Saving of Nine Shillings in Two Guineas. The Cordial Balm of Gilead is sold in Bottles, Price Halfta- Guinea each; there are also 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, Liver poll," to imitate which is Felony :— None else are Genuine. Sold by the Printers of this Paper, also by Marshall, and Edge, Northampton; Dawson, and Harrod, Harbo- rough ; Marriott, Banbury; Wilcox, & Gallard, Tow- cester ; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge, Wellingborough; Okely, & Smith, Bedford; Fox, St. Neots; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, Leicester; by the Printers of 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. CONTRACT, ' , ----- - o — " j rich ARABLE, X MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, situate in CATTHORP, in the County of Leicester:— Lot 1. A Dwelling- House, situate in the Village of Catthorp, with a commodious Farm- Yard, and a new- built Barn 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 Vann'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 Halt, and adjoining the Road leading from the Watling- Street Road to Cat. thorp. Lot 3. Four Closes 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. ( pT 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. BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. William Wilson, of Commerce- row, Blackfriars'. road, Surrey, druggist, March 9, 16, and April 13, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Barber, Great Ormond. street. Charles Blizard, of Fenchurch- street, London, wine- merchant, March 9, 16, and April 13, at Guild, hall. Attormes, Messrs. Robinson and Lee, Lincoln's- Inn New- square. George Lipscomb, of Coleshill, Warwickshire, chemist, March 15, 16, and April 13, at the Hotel, Birmingham. Attorney, Mr. Burrish, Birmingham. John Frommgs, of Horsmonden, Kent, victualler, March 9, 16, and April 13, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Lee, Crown- court, Southwark. Alexander Bertram, of Nightingale- lane, Middlesex, colour- man, March 9, 23, and April 13, at Guildhall. Attormes, Messrs. Williams and Sherwood, Bank, street, Cornhill. James Hayes, of Liverpool, butcher, March 20, 21, and April 13, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool. At. torney, Mr. Woods, Liverpool. John Shakleton, of Nottingham, hosier, March 15. 16, and April 13, at the Blackmoor's- Head Inn, Not- tingham. Attornies, Messrs. Cutts and Sanders, Not- tingham. William Binns, of Wakefield, Yorkshire, bricklayer and bnckmaker, April 1, 2, and 13, at the White Hart Inn, Wakefield. Attorney, Mr. Carr, Wakefield. Benjamin Bishop, of Clement's- Inn, Middlesex, money- scrivener, April 6, 8, and 13, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Russen. Crown- court, Aldersgate- street. ' 6 Thomas Spencer, of Manchester, flour- dealer, March 18, 19, and April 13, at the Bridgewater Arms Inn, Manchester. Attorney, Mr. Hewitt, Manchester. Alexander Hill, of Falmouth, Cornwall, mariner, March 9, 16, and April 13, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Tippet, Falmouth. Thomas Rogers, late of Kennington - Road, St. Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, victualler, March 5, 9, and April 13, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Yates, Hampton- street, Walworth. Edward Syle, of South- Molton, Devonshire, woollen- draper, March 12, 16, and April 13, at the Rummer Tavern, Bristol. Attorney, Mr. Stephens, Bristol. John Wood, late of Hexham, Northumberland, currier, April 1, 2, and 16, at the ShakspeareTavern, Newcastle- upon- Tyne. Attorney, Mr. Wm. Kirkly, Newcastle- upon- Tyne. Richard Johnson, of Token- House- yard, London, merchant, March 9, 23, and April 16, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Bousfield, Bouverie street, Fleet- street. James Brewis, late of Southwick, Durham, ship- builder, March 26, 27, and April 16, at the Bridge Inn, Bishop - Wearmouth. Attorney, Mr. Robert Davidson, of Bishop- Wearmouth. Henry Cheesman, of Lamberhurst, Kent, corn- dealer, March 9, 16, and April 16, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Jones, Tunbridge- Wells. Samuel Arlidge, late of Preston- Capes, North- amptonshire, brickmaker, March 9, 16, and April 16, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Shaw, Dyer's- buildings, Holborn. James Vandrant, of Brewer- street, near Golden- square, Middlesex, printer, March 12, 23, and April 16, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Wall, King- street, C lerkenwell. John Oakes, of Unicm- street, New Bond- street, Middlesex, coal- merchant, March 12, 16, and April 16, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. Dixon, Nassau- street, Soho. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors. March 25. Thomas Johnson, of Leicester, carpenter and joiner, at the Three Cranes, Leicester. March 26. Francis Bland, late of Isleham, Cam- bridgeshire, shopkeeper, at the Lamb Inn, Ely. April 6. Stephen Richings and Somerset Richings, now dr late of Oxford, breeches- makers, at Guild, hall, London." CERTIFICATE to be granted. March 23. Thomas Franklin, of Leighton- Buzzard, Bedfordshire, money- scrivener. M ARRETS.— London, March 4. We had not a very full market of Wheat to- dav, and our buyers being numerous, fine samples were brisk in sale at the early part ot the morning, and at an advance of 2s. and 3s. per quarter, but towards the close they fell back a little, and left off' heavily.— Fine Malting Barley was named at Is. and 2s.' per quarter dearer.— Malt has varied but little in price. — Peas, both White and Grey, are very heavy sale, and lower.— Beans remain, with no material altera- tion.— Oats are getting up, and may be stated as advanced Is. 6d. per quarter.— Rye is dearer. Wheat.. 76s. to 105s. Od. FineDo. 108s. to 110s. Od. Rye 50s. to 56s. ') d. Barley .. 44s. to50s. Dd. Malt 74s. to 82s. Od. Oats 28s. to 32s. Od. HorseBeans 40s. to 48s. Od. Tick Ditto 34s. to40s. Od. White Peas 32s. to44s. Od. Grey Ditto 40s. to 43s. Od. PRICE of FLOUR.— Fine 85s. to 90s. Od. SEEDS, pcwt.- RedClover, 48s. to 100s.- White Do. 52s. to 116s.— Trefoil, 14s. to 36s.— Carraway, 96s. to 130s.— Coriander, 10s. to 13s. Od.— Canary, 7s. to 8s. per bushel.— Turnip, 18s. to 24s. per bushel.— Rye Grass, 12s. to 3 § s. per qr.— Rape Seed, 441. to 481. per last. SMITHFIELD, March 4. To sink the offal. Ox Beef, 4s. Od. to 5s. 6d. Wether Mutton, 4s. 6d.. to 5s. 6d. Veal, 5s. Od. to 6s. 6d. Pork, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. Sold this day, Beasts, 2000— Sheep and Lambs, 9,500. NEWGATE and 3s. 4d. to 4s. 8d. 4s. Od. to 6s. Od. LEADENHALL, March 4. Beef, Mutton, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 4d. Veal, Pork, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. LEATHER, per lb/ Butts, 50 to: 561b. 23d. to 25d. Ditto, 60to651b„ 25d. to 26d. Merchants Backs, 23d. to 234d. Dressing Hides, 22jd. to 24cL Fine Coach- Hides, 23id. to 26d. Crop Hides for cutting, 24d. to 25d. Flat ordinary, 23d. to 21d. Calf Skins, Si> to 401b. per doz. 36d. to 39d. Ditto, 50 to 701b. pet doz. 36d. to 89d. Ditto, 70 to 601b. 34d. to S8d. Small Seals, per lb. 42d. to 45> il. Large Ditto, per doz. 110s. to 170s. Goat Skins, — s. to — s. pet doz. Tanned Horse- Hides, 30s. to 42s. 0d. per Hide. NOUTII AM I ' T O N : Printed and Published by and for T DICKY and // r. SUTTON.
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