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The Northampton Mercury


Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Date of Article: 07/03/1807
Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
Address: Northampton
Volume Number: 87    Issue Number: 1
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Vol. 87. SATURDAY, March 7, 1807- Ready Money is expected } with Advertisements. J ( Circulated through every Town rind populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Leicester, Huntingdon, ) ( Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, Oxford, Warwick; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. 5 PRICE SIXPENCE S Stamp- Duty .... ' ( Paper andPrint • 3Ad. • 3* d. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. HIS Majesty has been pleased to grant his most gracious permission to the following Regi- ments of Infantry; viz. the 20th, the 27th ( or Inniskilling), the 58th, the 78th, and the 31st; and to the Regiment of Watteville, to assume, in ad- dition to any other devices or badges to which they may be severally entitled, and to bear in their colours, and on their appointments, the word Maida," as an honourable and lasting testimony of the distinguished gallantry displayed by those corps in the action fought on the 4th of July 1806, on the Plains of Maida, in Calabria.— By order of his Royal Highness the Commander in Chief. HARRY CALVERT, Adj. Gen. [ This Gazette likewise contains dispatches from Captain Farquhar, of the Ariadne, to Admiral Loru Keith, stating the capture of Le Chasseur, French cutter, of two guns and 36 men; and from Lieutenant Ramsay, commander of the Carrier cutter, reporting the capture of the French schooner privateer, Le Ragotin, of eight guns and SO n eo; she had been eight days from Dunkirk, without having made any captures, and this her first voyage]. LONDON; March 3. Dispatches have been received by Government from Admiral Louis, off Constantinople, the contents of which are of so pleasing a nature that they were immediately communicated to the Turkish and other Ambassadors. They state, in substance, that the best understanding exists between this Government and the Sublime Porte; and that at the time the dispatches were sent off, all discontent at Constantinople hail ceased; and the most friendly intercourse existed between the English Ambassador, the Ministry, and high officers of the Turkish Government. A Messenger arrived on Saturday with dis- patches from Malta, Sicily, and Gibraltar, lie came over in the Cornwallis packet, which has brought a Malta Mail. She left Malta on the 12th December, and Messina on the 31st. A Russian squadron was at that time lying at Messina, and the Pompee at Palermo. From Gibraltar the pac- ket sailed on the 12th ult. in company with the Ilalcvon, and forty sail of the homeward- bound Mediterranean fleet. Our troops at Malta, Sicily, and Gibraltar, are in excellent health. A letter from Messina, in Sicily, dated Decem- ber 24, 1806, says—" The whole of the force which sailed from England for this Illand, in Sep- Lieutenant- General Whitlock is immediately to proceed to South America, to take the chief com- mand in that quarter. He is to take with him. a considerable staff, and the whole of the forces under his command will amount to about 10,000 men. The Commander in Chief's baggage was sent on board, on Monday, at Portsmouth, from the Isle of Wight. A person of respectable character has made a deposition before Justice Nares, of Worship- street Police Office, that at the time stated by Hanfield, be saw three men one night employed in putting stones into a hat near Astley's Theatre; and that having the curiosity to watch their further pro- ceedings, he saw them go to the thiid arch of Westminster Bridge, and throw the hat through the ballustrades into the Thames. On Friday night the Coroner and Jury termina- ted their enquiry as to the cause of the late fatal accident at the Old Bailey, after having jsat three days; during which time they examined upwards of 100 witnesses, so that the most minute scrutiny has been had, as to every circumstance that could, by probability, lead to a discovery'of the first cause of the fatal events that took place. The Jury de- liberated for a considerable time, and gave in their verdict,— That the several persons came by their death from compression ami suffocation. Mr. 1M MANUEL, ARTIST AND DRAWING . MASTER, ( FROM THE ROYAL ACADEMY), MOST respectfully informs the Nobility and Gentry, that he now resides in BEDFORD, and will be proud to instruct Pupils in the Town and its Vicinity. Specimens of his Abilities may be seen at Mr. WEBB'S, Printer and Bookseller, where Cards of his Terms may be had. He continues his Attendance at Huntingdon, on Mondays; Biggleswade, on Tuesdays; Baldock, on Wednesdays; and at Bedford and its Vicinity, the Rest of the Week. BEDFORDSHIRE TO WIT. " jVT OTICE is hereby given, That the Overseers - LM of this Poor of the several Parishes or Places under- mentioned, may receive back the under- men- tioned Sums, being the Fines paid by them for Men not found for the Permanent Additional Force, pur- suant to the Act of the 44th of His present Majesty, Cap. 56, by applying to the TREASURER of the COUNTY, at his Office in the Town of BEDFORD, and on producing the Receipts given for such Fines. Hundred, of B< PARISHES tcmber last, has arrived here in perfect safety. Our force, which at present amounts to 20,000 men, is stationed principally along the coast, from Molftzzo to Syracuse: but the principal part of it is quartered at. Melazzo and its neighbourhood. Ues- siniris the head- quarters of the army. The Guards we stationed at Catania, Augusta, and Syracuse.. The French in Calabria made a demonstration a few nights ago, of approaching Reggio, but they' have since retired, and it is now supposed to have been only a feint." A fresh embargo has been laid upon all the ship- ping within the Batavian ports. It is reported, that the last vessel of an expedition intended to act jn the East Indies, under the command of Gene- ral Daeiideh, has sailed from the Texel. Three frigates had previously sailed, with several hun- dred picked troops on board, and, in order to keep the expedition as secret as possible, a quantity of military and other stores had been some time be- fore sent off in American bottoms. The Mauritius is supposed to be its first place of destination. In the bloody engagement near Ilalle, two En- signs of si Prussian regiment evinced an heroism and contempt of death, which ought not to pass into oblivion. The" Prussians were driven by the. French upon the steep banks of the Saal, where they made a stout resistance. Here two Ensigns, that their colours might not be taken by the ene- my, sprang voluntarily into the stream, the waves of which instantly bore them away, together with the spoils they had so heroically snatched from the enemy. A private letter from Berlin states:—" That Bonaparte, before the action of December 26, kneeled down before his whole army, and appealed to Almighty God that his only motive for the War was to procure peace to Europe, and by no means that of ambition." The report of a vessel having arrived at Ports- mouth from the Rio de la Plata, is erroneous.—• Dispatches are hourly expected from SirS. Achmuty, announcing the reduction of Monte Video. Ad- miral Stirling had so disposed his force as to prevent the return to Monte Video of the troops which assisted in the re- capture of Buenos Ayres, ex- cepting by a very tedious and circuitous route, and Monte Video was in consequence but weakly garrisoned. On Friday, in the House of Lords, the Earl of Warwick, in along speech, submitted to the House a new Plan of Taxation. His Lordship, by a variety of ingenious and complicated calculations, endeavoured to establish, that a tax of one- half per cent, upon the expenditure of this country, would produce upwards of two millions more than the Propertv Tax, which was calculated at eleven millions and a half. He concluded by moving, that his plan, which he read as part of his speech, should be referred to a Committee. Lord Grenvillc observed, that it would not be consistent with the usual practice of the House to refer any paper to a Committee which was not pro- perly before it. His Lordship combated the prin- ciples laid down by the noble Earl, which, he observed, if carried" to the full extent, would be little short of a Poll Tax, and consequently fall with an unsupportable weight upon the labouring classes of the community. The Resolution was rejected without a division. The following is a statement of the Distribution of our Naval force, up to the 1st instant:— At sea 86 sail of the line; 7 ships from 50 to 44 guns; 115 frigates, 152 sloops, and 182 gun- U'igs, and smaller vessels, making a total of 542 ships of war. — The number in commission is, 135 sail of the line, 13 from 50 to 44 guns, 115 frigates, 152 sloops, & c. and 182 gun- brigs, making a total at sea, and repairing, of 738. An Account, shewing what has been redeemed bf the National Debt, the Land- Tax and Imperial Loan, to the 1st of February, 1807. Redeemed by Annual Million, & c. =£. 63,156,116 Ditto by 11 per cent, per annum on Loans 54,425,412 Ditto by Land- Tax - - 22,716,205 Ditto by 11 per cent, per annum on Im- perial Loan - - - 734,604 Total - 141,032,667 The sum to be expend « d ui the ensuing quarter is ,£'. 2,100,558 5s. 5d. , rford. PAR ISHES. Eaton- Socon Roxton Colmworth Goldington - =£. 20 Ren hold - 20 Wilden - - 20 Great- Barford - 20 Hundred of Sloddcn. Clapham - =£. 20 Milton- Erness Melchbourn Oakley Risely - =£. 100 20 20 20 20 20 Hundred Riddenham - =£.? b Bromham - 20 Harrold - - 20 I'avingliam - 40 Stagsden - - 20 Stevington - 20 Turvey 40 Hundred of Biggleswade. =£. 20 40 20 160 .20 20 Dean =£. 60 Kevsoe 60 1' ertenhall 20 Tilbrook 20 Knotting - 20 of Willey. Bletsoe =£. 20 Farndish - 20 Odell - 20 Puddington 40 Sharnbrook - - 10 Thurleigh 60 THOMAS WRIGHT OST respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that his KETTERING and THRAPSTON STAGE- WAGGONS to LONDON, will, on and after the 17th ot February instant, leave Kettering every Tuesday Night, and TJirapston early on Wednesday Morning; will arrive at the Cross- Keys Inn, St. John's Street, every Friday Morning, at Four: Return the same Morning, at Ten o'Clock, and will be at Thrapston every Monday Morning, and Kettering the same Evening. 03* Will not be accountable f » r any Plate, China, Glass, or any Valuables whatever, if lost, ordamaged, unless entered as such, and a suitable Premium paid on Delivery. Kettering, Feb. 9tb, 1807. KETTERING AND HIGHAM - FERRERS COACH, TO LONDON, AT REDUCED FARES. ripHE Proprietors, with grateful Acknowledg- H- ments for past Favours, and earnest Solicitations for future Patronage and Support, respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that the above- men- tioned Coach sets out, as usual, from the WHITE- HART INN, KETTERING, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Morning, at Six o'Clock;. from the QUF. EN'S- HEAD INN, HIGHAM- FERRBRS, at Half- past Seven; and arrives at the WHITE- HART INN, ST. JOHN'S- STREET, LONDON, at Half- past Six in the Evening: Returns Monday, Wednesday, arid Friday Mornings, at Six; arrives at Higham- Ferrers at Five, and at Kettering at Half- past Six in the Evening. inside 21s. Outside 12s. Inside from Higham- Ferrers .. 19s. Outside 10s. Performed by WRIGHT, Kettering COOKE, Bedford BARRY, Hitchin BATTIN, Welwyn, and STEVENS & FIELD, London. Kettering, Feb. 14th, 1807. N. B. Not accountable for any Parcel or Passenger's Luggage, above Five Pounds Value, if lest or da- maged, unless entered and paid for accordingly. Bedford and Shefford ORIGINAL COACH, To LONDON, AT REDUCED FARES. Proprietors respectfully inform their riends and the Public, that the above- mentioned COACH sets out, as usual, from the SWAN INN, BEDFORD, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning, at Seven o'Clock; from the' WHITE- HART INN, SHEFFORD, at a Quarter after Eight; and ar- rives at the CROSS- KEYS INN, ST. JOHN'S- STREET, LONDON, at Three in the Afternoon: Returns Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings, at Seven. Performed by COOKE, Bedford BARRY, Hitchm BROWN, London. Not accountable for any Parcel or Passenger's Luggage, above Five Pounds Vaiue, if lost or da- maged, unless entered and paid for accordingly. HOCSTON, Feb. 16th, 1807. OTRAYEO; last November, into the Grounds O of Mr. THOMAS INGRAM, of Hogston, Bucks, A BLACK CROPPED MARE, Aged, About 14 Hands high. Any Person proving satisfactorily to Mr. Ingram ' that she is his Property, may receive her by paying for the Keep and other Expences; but it she is not owned before the 6th of April next, she will be sold to pay the Expences . . TH E Frien CHEAP COALS, OF excellent Quality, from IIAWKESRVRY NEW COLLIERY, are'now selling at NORTH- AMPTON WHARF, at One Shilling per Hundred Weight, and delivered into any Part ot the Town at Thirteen- Penee per Hundred Height, exclusive of the customary Charge for Loading, & c. by FRANCIS PARROTT, Esq. & Co. Proprietors of the aforesaid Colliery. £ PT The said Coals are particularly recommended to all great Consumers, and are warranted to be the best Coals, at the stated Prices, ever offered for Sale to the Inhabitants of the Town and County of Northampton. * » * HAWKESBURY CoALsdo not take Eiresoquick as the best Staffordshire Coals, but when fairly kindled are equal in Heat, and will continue so One- third longer, by the Use of which will be found a Saving to the Consumer of forty per Cent. For these Coals, Gentlemen are desired to enquiie tor Mr. JEFFERY, Clerk for the Hawkesbury Coals, who constantly attends at the said Northampton Wharf; and for further Particulars, apply to Mr. STEPHEN YATES, Bedworth, near Coventry. Tarndng - Stock, ADDERBURY- HOUSE, OXFORDSHIRE. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. GA'RDNER, . On the- Premises, on Monday and Tuesday, the 3th and 10th Days of March, 1807, ' ALL the valuable LIVE & DEAD FARMING- . STOCK, AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, & c. the Property of J. C. FIELD, Esq. at ADDERBURY- HOUSE ( who is retiring to a distant Part of the Country); consisting of one Alderney and seven other Cow's, In- calf, six Heifers, ln- calf, two barren Cows, a four- year- old Bull, six Sturks, six Calves, and a Bull Calf; three well- bred Leicestershire Rams, 140 Ewes, In- lamb, 138 Ewe and Wether Tegs, six Rarn Tegs, and 10 fat Sheep, all of the Leicestershire Breed ; four In- pig Sows, one other Sow, nine little Pigs, and a Boar; a well- bred four- year- old Filly, and a useful Cart Mate; 65 Tons Jf excellent Meadow Hay, and 25 Tons of Clover Hay ; two Waggons, two Carts, and a Water- Cart; two Ploughs, six Sets of Gearing for Oxen, and sundry Horse Gearing ; Patent Winnowing - Machine, Chaff- Bin, Sieves, & c.; three Cow- Cribs, 15 Sheep- Racks, and 10 Pair of Hurdles; 10 Milk- Leads, with Churns, Buckets, Tubs, and other Dairy Utensils. Catalogues may be had at the principal Inns in the Neighbourhood; the Place of Sale; and of the Auc- tioneer, Banbury. Cockayne- Hatley Potton Sutton Sandy Temps ford Wrestlingworth Arlsey Clifton Henlow Stotfold Beeston Moggeihanger Northill Cardington Barton Pulloxhill Clophill Stopsley Silsoe Luton East- Hyde Caddington Biggleswade Edworth Dunton Holme Langford Eyeworth Hundred of Clifton. =£. 60 I Sheff'ord 40 Campton 40 Holwell 60 I Shitlington Hundred of Wixamtree. £. 10 20 40 40 Hundred =£. 60 40 80 80 60 ISO 40 60 Cople Southill Warden Eastcotts of Flitt. Streatley Limburv Sundon Higham- Gobion Hawnes Shitlington Gravenhurst George Inn, Market- Uarborougb, Feb. IKtb, 1S07, ASHLEY INCLOSUUE. Hundred of Redbornstoke. Ampthill - =£. 120 Flitwick - 40 Houghton- Conquest 20 Maulden - 80 Milbrook - - 20 Ridgmont - 40 Steppingley ' - 20 Hundred o C halgrave - £. 80 Eggington - 20 Dunstable - 40 Eaton- Bray Heath- and- Reach Studham Market- Street Whipsnade Lelghton- Buzzard Aspley- Gtiise Husborn- Crawley Town Saint Peter's Saint Cuthbert Cranficld Elstow Kempston Lidlington' Wootton Wilshamstead Marston Maruhead. Chaulton F. versfield Harlington 60 I Miltou- liryant Holcot Tingrith Toddmgton 20 i Westoning 120 Woburn 40 Tillsworth • 40 of Bedford. £. 90 I Saint Mary's ' 20 I Saint Paul's =£. 100 20 20 - 20 20 - 20 =£. 20 20 40 60 =£. 40 120 20 20 =£. 40 20 40 20 40 20 20 =£. 80 20 40 40 20 20 40 =£. 20 60' 20 20 • 20 20 100 20 120 20 =£. 80 160 O N, Kettering, Northamptonshire. To be S O I, D by AUCTI By TUOMAS PELL, At the White- Hart Inn, in Kettering, on Monday the 9th Day of March, 1R07, between the Hours of Five and Seven in the Evening, subject to such Conditions as will be then and there produced, ATruly - desirable COPYHOLD ESTATE or ESTATES of INHERITANCE, held of the MANOR of KETTERING aforesaid, and which will be disposed of in the three following Lots:— Lot 1. A substantial Brick and Slated Messuage or Tenement and Dwelling- House, and extensive Shop' and Out- houses, with good Stabling and Hay Lofts, Yard, and large inclosed Garden, pleasantly situated neat the Market- Place, in Kettering, late in the Occupation of Messrs. Cobb & Benton. These Premises, in Point of Situation and Room, are truly desirable for any Person in Trade, and wherein an extensive Business in the Ironmongery and Grocery Line has been lately carried on; or at a little Expence might be converted into a genteel Re. sidence tor a private Family. J ot 2. Ti iee Messuages, Tenements, or Dwellings, with Gardens at * he Back thereof, situate in iioose- Pasture - Lane, in Kettering aforesaid, and in the several Occupations of Hipwell, Smith, and Askew. BOROUGH of HUNTINGDON LADY- DAY FAIR. A T the Request of many respectable Farmers, • T. V Graziers, ami Others, the above FAIR will be held on WEDNESDAY the 25th of MARCH, 1807, 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 TO LL- F R E E. By Order of the MAYOR. i Capital Public- House. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, _ • _ By Mr. SPONG, On the Premises, on Tuesday the 10th Day » f March, 1S07, at Four in the Afternoon, rpHE BELL PUBLIC- HOUSE, in Wollastm, J- near Wellingborough, ijt the County of" North- ampton, now in full Business, and in the Tenure of John Lea, ' lenant from Year to Year. Apply, for Particulars, to Mr. ORRELL, Solicitor, Winsiey- Street, Oxford - Street, London; or to Messrs. HQDSQN, Wellingborough. Aish Poles. To be S O L D, On Wednesday the 11th of March, 1807, in the Lord- ship of STANFORD- ON- AVON, in the County ot Northampton, IOKI in the Lordship of WOSTER- r HILL, in the County of Leicester, T T PWARDS of 30 Lots of capital ASH POLES, V the Property of HENRY OTWAY, Esq. The Company are requested to meet at Horse- Shoe Spinney hy Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon. To be L E T T by AUG TI O N, ' At the Mcot- Hall, in Daventry, on Thursday the . 12th Day of March, 1& 07, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, Lot 1. A Capital MESSUAGE, near the MARKET* - T3L HILL, in DAVENTRY ( Parcel of, and attached to, the Moot- Hall), with a large Garden, Yard, Stables, and Outbuildings, conveniently and advantageously situated tor an Inn, or for any Trad* that requires Room and Publicity. Lot 2. The PROFITS to arise from the BUTCHER'S SHAMBLES and other STALLS, to be S£ t upon the Scite of the old Moot- Hall. Apply, for further Particulars, to Mr. BURTON, Attorney, in Daventry. Denford, Northamptonshire. To be S O L D by AUCTION By BROWN & SON, On Thursday the 12th Dav of March, 1S07, PART of the genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNI- TURE, CHINA, GLASS, BREWING- UTENSILS, and other EFFECTS, the Property of Mr. LUCAS, at DENFORD, in the County of Northampton; comprising handsome Mahogany Bu- reau and Bookcase,, with glazed Doors; Mahogany Two- leaved Dining Tables, and Card Tabic ; Mahogany Sofa, and Covers; six handsome japanned Chairs, with stuffed Seats, and two Elbows to match; Ma- hogany Bole Fire- Screens; ' lea- Urn; Pier Glass; large handsome Damask festoon Window- Curtains; Carpets; excellent Mahogany Wardrobe; Night Table; neat japanned Chamber Chairs; Bath Stove and Fire- irons; China and Glass; Fowling- Piece; FRANCIS GREEN, Treasurer. M: ADVERTISEMENT. R. WILSON's WATER- PROOF COM- POSITION, to render BOOTS and SHOES impenetrable to Rain, Dew, Snow, & c. Upwards of 360,000 having been sold within little more than three Years ( including Exportations to the Continent of Europe and America), most amply proves its Utility to the Invalid, the Sportsman, and general Pedestrian. It makes the Leather singularly soft, far more durable, and keeps the Feet constantly warm and dry. Also, Mr. WILSON'S CLEANSER and BEAU- TIF1ER forHORSE. a nd CARRIAGE HARNESS. This elegant Compound may fairly challenge all Competition ; it gives so little Trouble in its Use, is so clean, and affords so neat an Appearance to the Harness, that scarcely a single Equipage appears at St. James's but what owes its splenuid Lustre to its Use. The Man of Fashion is not less pleased with it than the Coachman and Groom, for never before did any Article so happily combine Beauty in Effect, with Simplicity and Dispatch in Use; and it will save the Groom infinite Time and Labour. The Water- Proof Composition and the Cleanser are prepared by the sole Proprietor, JOHN WILSON, 16, Arlington- Street, Camden- Town; and sold, Whole- sale, by his sale Agents, Messrs. Random & Sneath, Printsellers, tine Colourmen, and Fancy Stationers, No. 5, Hart- Street, Bloomsbury, London; and, Re- tail, by BARNES, RobkseFler and Stationer, BEDFORD; in Pots at 2s. 6d. each, or six Pots in one at 10s. ( id. N. B. None can be genuine that arc not signed on the outside Label and Bill of Directions, by the Pro- prietor, John Wilson. . : WE, the undersigned Commissioners, named and appointed in and by an Act of Parliament made and passed in the last Session, intituled, " An " Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of ASHLEY, " in the County of Northampton ;" in Pursuance and by Virtue of the Powers contained in a certain Act of Parliament made and passed in the forty- first Year of the Reign ot His present Majesty, intituled, " An " Act teir consolidatingjn one Act certain Provisions " usually inserted in Acts of I- nclosure, and for faci- " litating the Mode of proving the several Facts " usually required on the passing of such Acts;" do hereby give Notice, that we have ( in Addition to the former Roads already advertised) set out and ap- pointed the following public Foot- Road and Private- Roads through and over the Lands intended by the said first recited Act to be inclosed ( that is to say), One public Foot- Road, of the Width of four Feet, from the West End of the Town- Street of Ashley, over the Allotment to Francis Berry, in the Course or Track, now used to the public Carriage- Road, leading from Medburn to Stoke- Albany. . PRIVATE ROADS. One Bridle and F'oot- Road, of the Width of twelve Feet, from Stoke- Albany and Medbiirne, over the North Side of an Allotment set out to Wm. Munton, to Ashley Meeting- House. One private Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width ot twelve Feet, from the said Stoke- Albany and Medburne Road, in an Eastwardly Direction over an Allotment to the Rev. Richard Farrer, to the North- west Corner of the Allotment to John Hobitl. One other private Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width of sixteen Feet, from the said Stoke- Albany and Medburne Road, in a Westward!)' Direction over the South Side of an Allotment to Mrs. Mason and others, to an Allotment of the Rev. Richard Farrer. One other piivate Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width of twelve Feet, from the Market- FIarborough Bridle- Road, in a South- Eastwardly Direction by Mrs. Periam's Wood CloseJ to Sir John Palmer's Wood Close. One other private Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width of twelve'Feet, from the said Stoke- Albany and Medbu'rne public Road, in a Westwardly Di- rection over the Allotment to . Richard Gregory and Elizabeth his Wife, to the Allotment of Thomas Wade. One other private Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width of twenty Feet, from Gullet- Lane, in a Southward Direction over the Freehold Allotment to the Rev. Richard Farrer, to the Allotment set out to him for Glebe Lands. One private Carriage- Road, of the Width of twenty Feet, from Stoke Upper Gate, by the Lordships of Brampton and Sutton- Bassett, to Sutton Leys Gate, for the sole Use of William Ashby, for the Purpose of conveying Grain and Flour to and from his Wind- Mill, standing in the Lordship of Weston- by- Welland, and for noother Purpose whatsoever. And one private Carriage and Drift- Road, of the Width of twelve Feet, from the Gate at the South End of the Rev. Richard Farrer's Rectory Orchard, tip the ancient Lane, to the North- West Corner of the said Richard Farrer's Glebe Allotment, by the Corner of the Gullet Close. Which said public and private Roads and Foot- Ways are set out in such Directions as upon the Whole appear to us most commodious to the Public, and are marked and ascertained by Marks and Bounds; and the same are accurately laid down and described . in a Map, signed by us, and deposited with Mr. George Wartnaby, at his Office, in Market- Harborough, in the County of Leicester, for the Inspection of all Persons concerned ; and we, the said Commissioners, in further Pursuance of the said recited Act of the forty- first of the King, do hereby appoint a Meeting to be held by us at the GEORGE INN, in MARKET- HARBOROUGH aforesaid, on MONDAY the 30th Day of MARCH next, at the Hour of Ten in the Fore- noon ; at which Meeting, all Persons who may think themselves injured or aggrieved by the setting out of such public and piivate Roads and Foot- Ways, or discontinuing any Roads heretofore made use of, may attend and make such their Objections, in Writing. WILLIAM BURDETT,") THOMAS EAGLE, f Commissioners, i— - THOMAS Lll. BURNE,) GEORGE WARTNABY, Solicitor. Lot 3. A Messuage or Tenement, in the Occupa- tion of Nathaniel Tunnel; together with a valuable and convenient small Close of Pasture Land or Ground, and large Garden adjoining, situate at the Bottom of the aforesaid Lane, called Goose- Pasture- Lane, and late also in the Tenure or Occupation of Mr. Benton. Possession of the aforesaid Premises may be had at I. ady- Day next. For a View of the Premises, apply to the Auc- tioneer; and for further Particulars, to Mr. J. C. GOTCH, or THOMAS MARSHALL, Solicitor, Kettering. To be SOLD by AUCTI UN, By Mr. THOMSON, On Thursday the 12th Day of March, 1807, on the Premises,' in WELLINGBOROUGH, North- amptonshire, PART of the new and genteel HOUSEIIOLD- FURNITURE, BRE WING - VESS E LS, STOCK in TRADE, and other EFFECTS, the Property of Mr. THOMAS KNIGHT ( who is going to' reside in London). The HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE consisting cf an elegant Four- post Bedstead, with Mahogany carved Posts, and Chintz Furniture, lined throughout and fringed; several other Four- post and other Bedsteads, with Cotton Furniture; good Feather- Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows; Blankets, Sheets, and Bed- quilts; double Chest of Mahogany Drawers; Mahogany Bu- reau; single Chest of Drawers; a Set ot excellent Mahogany Dining Tables, circular Ends; Dressing and Tea Tables; an elegant Mahogany Horse- Hair Sofa; Parlour, Kitchen, and Chamber Chairs; Pier and Swing Glasses; Dimity and other Window- Cur- tains ami Rails; Parlour and BedsWe Carpets; a Tea- Urn ; an Eight- day Clock ; Stair- Mats and Rods; several fine glazed Prints ; several Sets of Fire- Irons; a Gun; a Writing- Desk ; a Backgammon Table; Bells and Cranks; Brass, Tin, and Earthen- ware; a 30- Gallon Copper and Grate; Mash- Vat and Brewing- Vessels ; Casks and Thralls; several Hand- Glasses; a Butcher's Stall, a Child's Coach, Cucumber Frame and Lights, a Wheelbarrow, Glass Bottles, Coals, Wood, and a Variety of other Articles. And the STOCK in TRADE consisting of between 20 and 30 Sole Hides, 17 Butts, 1 Cwt. of Grain Shoulders and Bellies, 11 Cwt. of Horse Butts, 1 Cwt. of Calf oli'al, 721bs. ot Welts, 6 binding Skins, 12 Basils, Men's and Women's Upper- Lea- thers, Spanish Tops, Sole Pieces, Cordovan, Chil- dren's Tops, 22 Pair of Men's Shoes, 8 Dozen of new Lasts, Scales and Weights, Steelyards, upwards of 120 Bottles of fine Liquid Blacking and several Black- ing- Cakes, Liquid for cleaning Boot- Tops, aiid a Variety of other Articles. The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock. G5T All Persons who have any Claim or Demand against the said THOMAS KNIGHT, are desired forth- with to send in their Accounts to Mr. Goodhall, So- licitor, Wellingborough, in order that the same may be liquidated and paid; and all Persons standing in- debted to the said Thomas Knight, are desired to pay the Amount of their Debts to Mr. Goodhall imme- diately, and prevent the Trouble of further Appli- cation. ( One Concern.) Wellingborough, 26th Feb. 1807. TURNPIKE- TOLLS TO LETT. OTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the Turnpike- Gate leading from Royston, in the County of Hertford, to Wansford Bridge, in the County of Huntingdon, called or known by the Name of the GODMANCHESTER TURN- PIKE- GATE, will be LETT by AUCTION, for Three Years, to the Best Bidder, at the COURT- HALL, in the Town of HUNTINGDON, on FRIDAY the 20th Day of MARCH inst. between the Hours of Eleven and Twelve in the Forenoon, in the Manner directed^ by an Act of Parliament passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, " for regulating the Turnpike- Roads;" which Tolls were lett the last three Years at the Rent of £. 625 per Annum, and will be put up. at that Sum. Whoever happens to be the highest Bidder, must at the same Time give Security to the Satisfaction ot the Trustees of the said Road, for Payment of the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. C » . MAULE, Clerk to the Trustees. Brewing Copper and Grate, and " 30- Callon Ditto; five Iron- bound Pipes, Mash- Vat, and Tubs; several Dozen of Glass Bottles, a large Quantity of useful Iron, and numerous other Articles. Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock. Catalogues to be had, in due Time, at the Inns at Higham- Ferrers, Wellingborough, and Thrapston ; Place of Sale; at the Printing- office, and of Brown & Son, Auctioneers, Bedford. To be SOLD by AIIC TT< TIV By PETER ' WARREN v At the Keorge Inn, in Kimbolton, on hriday the 13th Day of March, 1807, about Four o'Clock, in two Lots; Lot 1. A FARM- HOUSE, HOMESTEAD, and OUT- BUILDINGS, situate in SW IN E SH E A D, in the County of Huntingdon, with a CLOSE of PASTURE GROUND adjoining, containing two Acres ( more or less), in the Occupa- tion of Thomas Smart; and a CLO> E of PASTURE, called Bu . TON'S CLOSE, containing about three Acres ( more or less), and in the Occupation of John fox ; and 39 Acres ( more or less) ot ARABLE LAND, LEY, MEADOW, and PASTURE GROUND, in the Open Fields of SWINESHCAD aforesaid, Part in the Occupation of the said John Fox, and Part of the said Thomas Smart; with the Commons there- unto belonging. Lot 2. A COTTAGE or TENEMENT ar. d GARDEN, in SWINESHEAD aforesaid, in. the Occupation of William Edmunds. Note. — Part of the above is Freehoiif, and Psrt Copyhold; but the Copyhold Fines being c. rtain ami.' very low, render the same nearly equalf'rn aliieto Freehold.— One- half Part of the l'ureha.' i. ytoixy , may remain ou Security of the Premises! ,, '•'' •'• .. '-;. The Tenants will shew the Premises ; ai « i I'i'rthst - Particulars may be known of Mr. DAY, Solicitor, St. Neots. Nc CRAN FORD- SAINT- JOHN JNCLOSURE. TVf OTICE is hereby given, That the Conimis- - L^ l missioner named and appointed in and by an Act of Parliament passed in the 45th Y'ear of His present Majesty, intituled, " An Act for inclosing Lands within the Manor and Parish of CRANFORD- SAINT- JOHN, in the County of Northampton," will hold a Special General Meeting at the House of WILLIAM SMITH, known by the Sign of the STAG, in CR AN FORD- SA I NT- JOHN aforesaid, on SATURDAY the 21st Day of MARCH next, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, for the Purpose of reading over and executing his Award, in the Presence ot'. such of the Proprietors who may attend such Meeting.— Dated this 27th Day of February, 1807. l> y Order, THOMAS MARSHALL, Solicitor and Clerk to the Commissioner. NOTICE IS HEREBY~ GLVEN, rj^ IIAT a Meeting of the Trustees of the « Turnpike- Road leading from Banbury, in the County of Oxford, to the South End of Mill F, ield, in the Parish of Lutterworth, in the County of Lei- cester, will be held at the RED- LION, in BANBURY, on FRIDAY the 20th Day of MARCH next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon ;.. at which . Meeting the Trustees will take into Consideration, and determine upon the Propriety of erecting a Side- Gate upon the said Road, at or near a Place called Grimsbury Green. — Dated the 26th Day of February, 1807. Bv Order of the Trustees, EDM. BURTON. HOCKLIFFE ROAD. ' ^ " VTOTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS _ L> arising at the Toll- Gate situate upon the Turn- pikj- Road leading from Hocklilte, in the County of Bedford, to StOny- Stratford, in the County of Bucks, called the TWO- MILE ASH GATE, with th'c WEIGH- ING- ENGINE at the same Gate, will be LETT to FARM, by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, at the COCK INN, in STONY - STRATFORD aforesaid, on THURSDAY the 19th Day of MARCH next, between the Hours of Eleven and Three o'Clock, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of His present Majesty's Reign, for regulating the Turnpike- Roads; which Gate and Engine produced the last Year, above the Charges of collecting, and will be put up at, . the Sum of ^.' 655. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder,- must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent agreed for, at I such Times as they shall di. ect, and pay do. vn a i Deposit of =£. 60, if the Sureties shall be approved of; and in Default thereof, the next Best Bidder to be the Taker of the same Tolls and Engine uppn the Terms above- mentioned. By Order of the Trustees, THOMAS EWESDIN, Clerk. Stony. Stratford, Feb. nth, 1807. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, March 5. CAPTAIN Mailing, of tl/ ie Diana frigate, cap- tured on the 18th inst. about 30 leagues S. W. of Sicily, the French privateer La Charlotte, of St. Maloes, pierced tor 20 guns, but only 14 mounted, and 118 meu.— Gazette. Yesterday three Danish Mails arrived, bringing Hamburgh, and Altona papers to the 26th ; and Paris Journals to the 95th ult. have also been re- ceived. The intelligence which they contain is of great importance. They present us the substance of three additional bulletins of the Grand Army, the 56th, 57th, and 58th; and a statement, half official, published from the information conveyed to General Clarke at Berlin. After a variety of movements which continued to be made on the^ part of both armies subsequent to the affair of Morringen, apart of the two lines was brought into action on the 4th of February after the left wing of the Russians had been turned J on the preceding day by the French. Twelve bat- talions of tlie Russians, together with the Russian cavalry were engaged on that day by the divisions under Soult, and Lasalle; and are said by the French to have " been routed with great loss. A column too, of the Russians, which had not passed the Alie, was turned by the left wing of the French army, and is said to have been cut off. In conse- quence of these operations the Russian magazines at Leibstad, and Gustadt, as well as some on the Alle, fell into the hands of the enemy. On the 6r. ii the French say that they continued to pursue the enemy in that quarter; while the main body of their army prepared to advance upon the Russians, behind Eylau. On the 7th were only tome affairs of posts: but on the 8th, a general • cannonade hegan - early in the morning, and the battle is said to have lasted till six in the evening. The conflict appears to have been most desperate. Even the French say, that the victory long con- tinued doubtful. They claim, however, an ulti- mate victory; and we must wait for further intel- ligence, to enable us to determine to what extent i their advantages are limited. They themselves 1 acknowledge that their victory was dearly bought, and we shall, no doubt, hereafter find that the commodity is of less value than they would gladly make it appear. The Russians have now evinced « spirit both of fortitude, and of activity, a per- severance in which will effectually exhaust the resources of Bonaparte, and render a peace fully as necessary to him as to the rest of Europe. The last battle was fought at Eyiau, about 20 miles from Konigsburgh. All the accounts concur ' Iliftnms Oolvt, Esq. the late Meu. ufr f(, r the County of Norfolk, has been chosen for Derby without opposition.— Mr. Windham is cxpccted to. be returned for New Romney. The theatrical veteran, Jefferson, died Inst Week, in a very advanced age, at Rippon, in Yorkshire. He was contemporary with Garrick on the London stage, anil studiously copied the manner of that great actor. A few days ago, as the Liverpool mail- coach was changing horses at the inn at Monk's- IIeath, between Congleton, in Cheshire, and Ncwcastle- under- Line, the horses which had performed the stage from Congleton having been just taken off and separated, hearing Sir Peter Warburton's hounds in full cry, immediately started after them, with their harness on, and followed the chace until the last. One of them, a blood mare, kept the track with the whipper- in, and gallantly fol- lowed him for about two hours, over every leap he took, until Old Reynard had led them round in a ring- fence, and Tan to ground in Mr. Ilibbert's plantation. Thsse spirited horses were led back to the inn at Monk's- Heath, and performed their stage hack to Congleton the same evening. An inquisition was taken on Friday evening, at a public house leading from Hindon- hill to Ux- bridge, on the body of James Richard Saunders, Esq. who met his death by the bursting of a gun on Thursday last. The deceased, who was ex- tremely fond of the diversion of shooting, and well known in the sporting world, was practising long shots at pigeons, in a meadow not far from his own residence, preparatory to a match taking place between him and a Mr. Goddard, when the fatal accident befel him. He has left an amiable wife and several children. Verdict— Accidental Death.. . R E3Sm PATENT WOOL itttCS. AMES ESSEX wishes to return his most grateful Acknowledgements to the Nobility, Gentry; and others, for the numerous Favours con- ferred upop him, and the high and very liberal Patronage with which he has long been honoured, for manufacturing VVOOI. MATS or RU GS of COTTE D WOOL: he has now the Pleasure to inform the Public in general, that he is manufacturing elegant WOOL RUGS, of various Colours, Figures, Pat- terns and Sizes, suitable for Carriages, Halls, Parlours, Hearths, Bedsides, Sec. for which he lias obtained HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL PATENT, and which may be had at his House in Bridge- Street, Northampton. N. B. White Wool Rugs, as usual, of a superior Quality. • To THE FASHIONABLE WORLD. A nev Discovery, worthy the Attention of the Public. HAWKINS'S BALSAMIC LIQUID BLACKING; which being, by a peculiar Chemical Process, prepared with Wax and Oil, it admirably softens and preserves the Leather, at the same Time rendering it both pleasant and durable to the Wearer; nor will the dampest Atmosphere diminish any Thing of its extreme brilliant black Lustre, which can be equalled only by the highest Japan Varnish. Also, their LIQUID, for the present light coloured BOOT- TOPS, SADDLES, Sec. Price Is. and Is. 6d, each Bottle. Prepared and sold, Wholesale and for Exportation, by the Proprietors, HAWKINS & Co. 34, King- Street, Borough, London; and, Retail, by the following Venders :— Castle, Sharp, Balaam, Inwood, Roddis, Campion, and Pilmuir, Northampton; Grant, Tur- ner, Creatrix, Revnolds, and Jenson, Coventry; Robins, and Collingwood, Daventry ; Johnston, Dunchurch; Knight, and March, Wellingborough; Sanders, and Parker, Higliam- Ferrers; Wiffin, Wo- burn; Inwood, Newpoit- l'agnell; Ames, Market- Street; Thompson, Barnet: and by one or mere re- spectable Dealers ia every principal Town in the Kingdom. c. HOUSE of COMMONS, Wednesday, March 4. SUBSIDY FOR PRUSSIA. The House having resolved itself into a Committee of Supply to take into consideration a Message from his Majesty, relative to the advance ef £. 80,000 to the Prussian Government, ... , .... Lord HENRY PETTY rose; he said he thought it ive must wait for further intel- \ unnecessary to recall to the recollection ef the House, ' the circumstances under which Lord Hutchinson left this country; it was sufficient to say, that he had repaired to the head- quarters of the Prussian army, for the purpose of communicating to the British Government what information he could receive on the state of affairs on the Continent. Soon after his arrival, lie had found it necessary to make a small advance for the sake of enabling the King of Prussia to defend, against the common enemy, the fortresses still unsubdued in Silesia; and without this small advance, it wts impossible to keep rhe troops in pay that were necessary for the defence of those fortresses. He was sorry however to add, that several of them had been unfortunately captured since that advance was made. He then concluded by moving a resolution The Public are hereby informed, nPHAT the DWELLING- HOUSE, called the - L PLOUGH INN, and the TWO CLOSES of LAND, at BRINKLOW, in the County of Warwick, advertised to be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. GRIMES, on the 17th Day of March instant, at Mr. I. iggins's, the White- l. ion Inn, in Brinklow aforesaid, are dis- posed of by Private Contract. March bth, 1807. N CIIESTER TU RNP1KE- R< ) AD. J OTICE is hereby given, That all Persons in the statement, that this action was commenced j t0 ma^ e ' R00,| tjie sum 0f £, 80,000 so advanced, in by the combined Russian and Prussian armies, , the usual form. who attacked the French along their line, and I The resolution was then reported to the House, and endeavoured to break through it, and penetrated I the report ordered to be received to- morrow. to its rear. The French appear to have fought with great desperation— the French General Cor- bineau, Adjutant to Napoleon, was killed; and Marshals Augereau and Lasnes are stated to be among the wounded. WAYS AND MEANS. ! On the motion of Lord HENRY PETTY, the House ! went into a Committee of Ways and Means. In the I Committee, Lord Henry Petty observed, that as an I opportunity had been formerly afforded him of stating I the amount of the Supplies, and ot' the Ways and Means, there was now no necessity for his trespassing The particular effects of these " Potions as , —^ jj^ y^ Housei by Bering particularly • stated by the French, are 15,000 of the enemy the samesubject. At the same time he thought taken prisoners, and as many killed and wounded ; ! it' proper shortly to recapitulate what he had before that is, 30,000 men lost to the Russian IH 1 —•-• - E1 Army Ordnance ..... Miscellaneous , Vote of Credit . army, 18 standards, and 45 pieces of cannon. This loss no doubt is severe; but giving the enemy credit for the correctness of this statement, we are not to believe that after such a battle their own loss is not more heavy than what they represent it. We think there is good reason to suppose that their Joss, in men at ( east, cannot be much inferior to • hat of the Russians; and we consider such a misfortune as a far severer blow to the French in their present position than to the Russians, and i'ar more difficult to be repaired. An earnest recommendation it is said has been made oil the part of Lord Hutchinson, seconded by a direct Imperial communication, that a speedy and liberal assistance should be given to . the King of Prussia. Tile same report adds, that from the loss of its magazines, and its rapid and sudden retreats, the arrriv of his Prussian Majesty is suffering under the greatest distress; and thus rendered unable to act with its accustomed vigour i. nd efficacy against the common enemy. We are sorry to say, that the same intelligence j 5 per Cents proceeds to state, that, from the causes previously assigned, a principal division of the Prussian ftrrov ' the Silesinn levy), amounting to no less than < 50,000 men, had been unable to join. Benningsen's victory was celebrated at Peters- burg, not only by illuminations, & c. but by a . solemn fast and thanksgiving. It is mentioned in the Vienna Court Gazette of the 28th of January, that out of 36,930 Austrian prisoners who were in France, notwithstanding every inducement which was held out to them to enter the French service, 30,000 have actually arrived in the Austrian territory. On reaching their country again, they sang hymns of joy. . New- York Papers to the 18th of January have ficen received. The Slave Trade Bill had not passed on the lltli of that month. The charge of treasonable proceedings against Mr. Burr is re- vived, and nn opinion generally prevails, that he meditates the subjugation of New Mexico, and the separation of the Western country from the United States. A considerable degree of alarm prevails in consequence. I lie Act prohibiting all commercial intercourse betw een the United States and St. Domingo, has been extended until next session. The Pope, according to letters from Rome of the 27th of January, was seriously indisposed. For ionie time past he has been in the constant expec- tation of orders from Bonaparte to depose him; and, under this impression, lie has fitted up two small apartments, in the convent to which be be- longed previous to his exaltation, in which he in- tends to pass the remainder of his days. The Loan.— Tuesday morning the parties who had prepared Lists fur the Loan waited on Lord Grenville to conclude the bargain.— The party taking the smallest quantity of five per eents. were ro have the Loan.— The following were the terms offered:— Barnes and Co. - ,£. 10 12 0 Goldsmid and Co. - - 11 3 0 Sir F. Baring and Co. - - 11 8 0 Robarts and Co. - - - 11 17 6 Mr. Barnes offering to take the smallest quan- tity of Fives, is of course the Contractor.— The lurgtm is a very favourable one for the Public. >£, 70 3 per Cent. Con. at 62|, is - ,£. 43 9 3 70 Ditto Reduced, — 61i, — - 43 1 0 10 12s. 5 per Cent.— 95J, — - 10 2 6 said, as the present occasion furnished him with an opportunity of presenting a more accurate view, than his n. cans of information before enabled hiin to do. The Noble l ord stated, that there was some variation of his former statement, owing to the excess of Ex- traordinaries for 1806, which, as the accounts had not been made up at that time, he had not then the means of calculating upon. As there was no reasonable hopes of a reduction, this excess, amounting to =£. 793,710, he would add to the Extraordinaries of the present year. Though this charge, however, was so much gieater than he had calculated, still the Ways and Means were competent to meet it. His Lordship then staled the Supplies and the Ways and Means, as follows : — Supplies, 1807. Navy =£. 16,977,837 19,809,022 3,743,716 1,866.000 3,000,000 Total Joint Charge .. 45,396,575 Separate Chargcs— Great. B, itain. , Deficiency of Malt, 1805 200,000 1 Interest oil Exchequer Bills, 1807 1,200,000 I r .... „.... 1797 t0 bc ; d ol{- 350,000 having any Claims or Demands upon the Trustees for repairing the Highways from Old- Stratford, in the County of Northampton, to Dun- church, in the County ot Warwick, are desired to deliver their respective Bills to Mr. Benjamin Gurden, their Surveyor, previous to the next Quarterly Meeting of the said Trustees, which is appointed to be held, by Adjournment, at the CROWN INN, in FOSTER'S BOOTH, in the said County of Northampton, on THURSDAY the 19th Day of MARCH instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon.— Dated the 5th Day of March, 1807. By Order of the said Trustees, A. MIERES, their Clerk. Capital Sheep. To be S O L D by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Monday the 9th Day of March, 1S07, on the Pre- mises of Mr. RICHARD LONGMAN, at CAL- VERTON, near Stony- Stratford, Bucks, who is leaving his Farm, EIGHTY- NINE EWE SHEEP, with Lambs and to Lamb, 64 H E TEGS, 33 EWE DITTO, and TWO TUPS; also, FIVE HEIFERS, and sundry EFFECTS. These Sheep are well worth the Notice of the Public, having been bred, with great Care and At- tention, from the Flock of Mr. Earl, of Dallington, near Northampton, which are well known for their Utility, Sec. The Sale to begin exactly at Eleven o'Clock. PUBLIC - HOUSE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Wednesday the 11th of March, 1807, on the Pre- mises, exactly at Four o'CIock in the Afternoon, THAT old - established and good- accustomed L PUBLIC - HOUSE, the WHEAT- SHEAF, situate in MAlD's- MORETON, within one Mile of the Town of Buckingham, with a Barn, Stable, Yard, and two large Gardens, well planted with Fruit Trees; also, a Close of rich Sweard Land adjoining, con- taining one Acre, with several thriving Timber Trees growing thereon. The above Premises are in the Occupation of Mr. ! JOH. N CRABTREB, the Proprietor, who is leaving 1 Moreton.— Possession will be given at Lady- Day ifessis. wilt AM ic LEVI RESPECTFULLY inform TI& Public, that from MONDAY the 9th Instant, their NORTHAMPTON LIGHT COACH; ( To carry few Insides only), Will leive LONDON and NORTHAMPTON at Seven o'Clock every Morning, and continue to set out daily from each Place, at the same Hour; and will arrive in London and Northampton every Afternoon at Half- past Four. The NORTHAMPTON OI. D COACH, at re- duced Fares, leaves London and Northampton at Five o'Clock every Morning. Inside Fare 12s. Outside Ditto — 7s. Inside from Newport 10s, Outside from Ditto 5s. Passengers by this Coach will Breakfast at the Swan Irm, Newport- Pagnell, every Morning, in their Way to Town, at Seven o'Clock. Places secured, and Parcels booked, at their Coach- Office, Ram Inn, Newport- Pagnell. GRAND JUNCTION WHARF. ALLEN returns his sincere Thanks to his Friends for past Favours, and respectfully informs them and the Public, that he is now selling the best WEDNESBURY COALS at lid. per Cwt.; COMMON, ot excellent Quality, at 9d. per Cwt.; and COKE at 3s. 6d. per Quarter; whereby he doubts not he shall merit their future Favours. Weedon- Beck, March bth, 1807. NEWFOKT- PACNELL, March 5th, 1807. ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mr. j ABRAHAM BARRATT, late of HARTWELL, deceased, are requested to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Cooch, of Newport- Pagnell, who is duly authorized to receive the same.— And all Persons having any Claim upon the said Estate, are requested imme- diately to deliver an Account thereof to Mr. Cooch, that the same may be discharged. . Creditors and Debtors of Mr. William Blick, deceased. ALL Persons who have any Claims or Demands . on the Estate and Elfecti of Mr. WILLIAM | BLICK, late of MAULDEN, in the County of Bedford, deceased, are requested to deliver forthwith an Account thereof to Mr. Davis, Attorney, at Ampthiil.— And all Persons who stand indebted to the said Estate, are desired to pay their respective ( Debts to Mr. Davis, without Delay. Ampthiil, 20th Feb. 1807. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rpHAT the next Half- yearly Meeting of the 1 Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Wendover to Buckingham, in the County of Bucks, will be held at the BELL INN, in WINSLOW, in the said County, on FRIDAY the THIRD Day of APRIL next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon. LANCELOT WYATT, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Road. Wins tow, March * ath, 1807. iVb. T. 2147,- Uhd fto. the imo List fioalixj Capitals of .£'. 30,000 each, WERE BOTH SHAREB AND SOLD BY BISH, No. 4, COKKHILL, and 9, CHARING- | CROSS, LONDON; who, in the last and' present Year, shared and sold TWENTY- ONB CAPITAL PRIZES. The present Lottery Scheme is evidently calculated in favour of those who purchase early, for there are four Prizes of =£. 20,000 for the first four Days, and the first 3000 Tickets drawn are sure of receiving £. 10 each, over and above whatever Prize may be drawn against them; therefore those who purchase soon can lose but little, and if their Tickets are drawn early, , may gain an immense Sum. Tickets and Shares are selling at the above Offices; and Persons in the Country may be supplied the same as if present, by sending ( Post or Carriage- paid) Bank Notes, Cash, Post- Office Orders, or good Bills at short Dates', to either 4, Cornhill, or 9, Charing- Cross, London. Nertpsrt- Pagnell Association. TWENTY- FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. Close, in the Parish of () LNEY, Bucks, A IIOGGEREL LAMB, The Property of Mr. WM. SWANNEI. I., a Member of this Association; and did steal and take away the Carcase thereof, leaving the Skin, Head, and Entrails in a Ditch, in an adjoining Close. Whoever will apprehend, or give such Information as may lead to the Apprehension of the Offender or Offenders, shall, on his or their Conviction, receive a Reward of TWENTY GUINEAS, of the sr. d Mr. Swannell, over and above the Reward of HVE GUINEAS, to be paid by Mr. Lucas, of Newport- Pagnell, She Treasurer and Solicitor to this Association. And it more than one Person was concerned in the above Felony, and either will impeach his Accomplice or Accomplices, he shall, on his or their Conviction^ receive the above Reward, and Interest will be made to procure His Majesty's Pardon. March Id, 1807. To be SOLD, or LETT for the SEASON, \ Capital STALLION COLT, of the Nag L\ Kind, rising three Years old, full of Bone, and | fifteen Hands two Inches high.— He was got by Mr. I Cotterifl's Horse; bis Grandfather was Tearing Robin, 1 which was got by Mr. Gregory's noted Hunter Arab, which was got by the Duke ef Buccleugh's Arabian ; his Dam, by Lord Portmore's Skim, out of a Daughter of Regulus, Son to the Godolphin Arabian. Enquire of R. ADKINS, Little- Bourton, near Banbury. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, rpWO CLOSES, adjoiniugthe Village of Greut- .1. Horivood, in the County of Bucks, containing about eight Acres. For Particulars, apply to Mr. G. HARRIS, Nrj. 9, College- Street, Westminster; or H. HARRIS, at the Crown Inn, Great- Horwood aforesaid. Great. Horivood, March Id, 1807. 1,750,000 Total Supplies .. 47,146,575 Deduct Irish Proportion of Joint Charge and Civil List 5,545,677 On account of Great- Britain .. 41,600,898 IVays and Means, 1807. Malt Duty, Pensions, Sec Surplus, Consolidated Fund War Taxes Lotterv Exchequer Bills on Vote of Credit... Loan - Surplus Ways and Means, 1806 Amount of Supplies as above .. 2,750,000 3,520,000 19,800,000 350,000 3,000,000 12,200,000 171,185 next. For further Particulars, apply on the Premises; or to the Auctioneer, in Stony- Stratford. 41,771,185 41,600,898 170,287 =£. 96 12 9 Discount 3 18 0 About J per Cent. Premium 100 10 9 office of barrack- master- general is abolished, and its duties are to be consolidated with the Ord- nance department; the master- general of which is t « count both in his office. A young female, of good appearance, who was tried at the Old Bailey during the late sessions, on i charge of felony, and acquitted, has, we under- Jnnd, within a few days, coine into pos* e « sion of J'VvtMl- by tite death of a relative^ Surplus Ways and Means.... In adverting to the Loan, he observed, that the terms were uncommonly advantageous for thecountry. The interest of the Loan for the last year, which had been reckoned highly advantageous, was, as the House would recollect, =£. 4 19s. 7d. on the £. 100; there was, therefore, on the Loan of the present year, a difference in favour of the public of 5s. per cent. His Lordship expressed his high satisfaction that notwithstanding the excess of Extraordinaries, the Ways and Means were fully sufficient to answer this excess, and therefore he was more confident than ever that bis estimate of 32 millions as the permanent war expenditure, was well founded. Mr. ROSE contended that there was a fallacy in the Noble Lord's criterion of expenditure, as taking the Loan and Vote of Credit together, there would be borrowed 15 millions instead of 12 millions odd, which latter sum was that which the Noble Lord had calculated upon. Lord H. PETTY appealed to the recollection of the House whether, in his first statement, he had not distinctly said, that extraordinary charges, subsidies, See. were to be provided for separately. He had taken the criterion of 32 millions, exclusive of these. How then could it be said that this was a fallacy ? What he had stated was, that if subsidies should be neces- sary, these and other extraordinary charges must be provided for separately— by loan, or otherwise. Mr. FELLOWES said, that he had understood the Chancellor of the Exchequer exactly as he had now stated the matter. He had understood that all unex- pected excesses, subsidies, Sec. were to be separately provided for, and that a vote of credit to the amount specified would be necessary. After a few words from Mr. Vansittart, the Resolu- tion respecting the Loan, and the Resolutions respect- ing the terms on which it was procured, and the de- fraying of the interest, were put and carried without a division. The House then resumed, and the report was ordered to be received to- morrow. SLAVE TRADE. On the motion of Lord HOWICK, the House went into a Committee for the purpose of considering of the propriety of granting Bounties for the prevention of an illicit traffic in Slaves, after the commencement of the operation of the Bill for the Abolition of the Slave Trade. The Committee resolved that it was expedient that the sum ot ;£. 40 per head for every male slave taken on board a ship illegally trading to the British colonies; £. 30 forevery female, and £. 10 for every child under 14 years of age, so taken, should be granted to the captors. Proportionate sums were voted for those to be found illegally offered to sale; and rewards were voted to those who may otherwise prevent the continuance of the traffic. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAY, BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS, On Thursday next, the 12th of March, 1807, on the Premises, at CASTLETHORPK, near SIONY STRATFORD, Bucks, riMlE DAIRY STOCK, HOUSEHOI. D- FURNI- X TURE, Sec. of the late Mr. TOOTH. The DAIRY STOCK, See. comprises six very useful Dairy Cows, and three Heifers; 16 Ewe Sheep, with Lambs; one Waggon, Horse Harness, and a Quantity of Manure; one Churn, 10 good Milk- Leads, one Pickling- THb, Milk-' l'ubs, Buckets, Yokes, Sec. The HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE comprises Bedsteads; Feather and Flock- Beds; Quilts and Blankets; Tables, Drawers, and Chairs; Clock and Case; Pewter and Brass; a Hogshead Brewing- Copper and Grate, Mash- Vat, Brewing- Tubs, Hogshead and other Beer Casks « » » '—•••• — 1— The Sale Eleven o'Clock. Tusmore, Oxfordshire, Near BRACK LEY, Northamptonshire. To be SOI. D bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, UPWARDS of 1800 capital fineOAKTLMBER TREES, now standing, with the Top, Lop, and Bark ; also, upwardsof 1200 ENDS of fine ASH TIMBER, and 1000 ENDS of ELM ; Also 400 F. LM TI MBJER TREES, standing, with Top and Lop; with BEECH, SYCAMORE, and other TIMBER TREES. The Oak and Elm are of la/ ge Meetings, and ex- ceeding fine Navy Timher; the Oak superior to any in the Kingdom, the greatest Part very large. If the above Timber is not sold by Private Contract by the26ih Day of March instant, the same will be put up to Sale by Public Auction, on the 8th Day ef April next. For further Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Messrs. HOPCEAFT SC SON, Crowton, near Brackley; and for a View of the same, at Tusmore House. The above Timber is onlysix Miles from the Oxford ar. d Coventry Canal, eight Miles from the Grand Junction Canal, and eighteen Miles from the Thames j Wharf, Oxford. March 3d, 1807. Warwickshire, TO be SOLD by AUCTION, By E D WA Rb LEES, At the House of Jeremiah Knight, the Sign of the Bull, at Attleborough, in the Parish of Nuneaton, in the County of Warwick, on Saturday the 14th Day of March, 1807, precisely at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, \ IX those TWO FREEHOLD CLOSES of rich . xl old PASTURE LAND, Tythe- free, commonly I caller! the QUARRY FIELDS, containing together nine Acres, or thereabouts, situate in ATTLE- BOROUGH aforesaid, at a short Distance from the Coventry and Ashby Canals, and now in the Occu- pation of the said Jeremiah Knight. There is a Stone Quarry in one of the said Closes, near Mr. P. vcrard's Quarry, and there is very good Clay in both the Closes for making Quarries. The TEMANT will shew the Premises ; and for further Particulars, apply to Messrs. WOODCOCK & TWIST, Solicitors, Coventry. To Bakers. To be SOLD or LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, ASubstantial D WE l. LIN G - HOUSE and BAKEHOUSE, in full Trade, with convenient Out- Oflices, in good Repair, Yard, and Garden, pleasantly situate in the Market Town of Ampthiil, hi the County of Bedford, in the Possession of the Proprietor; together with an ALLOTMENT of GROUND, lying at a short Distance from the Pre- mises, and containing about an Acte. Apply for further Particulars to Mr. T. FLETCHER, Marston- Mortaine ; Mr. JOHN ANSTEE, Houghui.. Regis; or Mr. EAGLES, Attornev at Law, Ampthiil. Ampthiil, Feb. 13th, 1807. Fine Kent Hops. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By BROWN & SON, On Saturday next the 14th Day of March, rpWELVE POCKETS of prime KENT HOPS, .1. which, for Convenience of Sale, will be removed to the RED- LION INN, HIGH. STREET, ST. PAUL'S, BEDFORD. The Sale to begin at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. To be SOL I) by A U C T ION ™ By THOMAS PELL, On Wednesday and Thursday the 18th and 19th of March, on the Premises, at BR1GSTOCK, in Northamptonshire, ALL the genteel and useful HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE of Mr. THOMAS BELLAMY, and PART of the EFFECTS of Mr JAMES BELLAMY, deceased; comprising a lofty Bedstead, with Dimity Furniture, full Valance, and Cornice complete; four Bedsteads, with Check and ether Furnitures; five seasoned I eat her- Bids; Blankets and Counterpanes; two Servants' Beds and Bedding; 13 Mahogany Chairs, modern Pattern; Mahogany Chest of Drawers; Mahogany Dining and other Tables; ail Eight- day CIOCK, in Mahogany Case, and Thirty- hour Ditto; l'ier Glasses, in Mahogany and < 7ilt Frames; an Assortment of Oak Chairs and Tables, an Oak Bureau, Brass and Pewter, Kitchen Requisites and Brewing Utensils in general, with a Variety of other Articles too numerous to par- ticularize. Sale to commence each Day at Ten. The above Furniture will be found worthy the Attention of a resectable Company, as most of it has been new within a few Years. with various other Articles to begin with the Stock, Sec. exactly at L Bull Inn, Stony- Stratford, bucks. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J O H N D A Y, On the Premises, en Friday the 13th of March, 1807, exactl> at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, thePro- perty of Mr. W1LLSON, who is leaving the said Inn, WVO POST- CHAISES, four Sets of HARNESS, . six P09T HORSES, in good Condition, a large Quantity of rich MANURE, Sec. Sec. May be viewed at the said Inn any Time before Sale. Whittlewood Forest. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, At the Rein- Deer, in POTTERSPURY, on Monday the 16th of March, 1807, ALarge QUANTITY of OAK SLABS, in Lots, the Property of His MAJESIY. Catalogues will be ready in due Time, and may be had of Mr. Thorn, Purveyor, in the said Forest; at the Fox- and- Hounds, Whittlcbury; the Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer, in Stony- Stratford. The Sale to begin exactly at Eleven o'Clock. Capital Sheep and other Stock. he SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, On Wednesday the 1st Day of April, 1807, on the Premises, at GAYHURST, near Newport- Pagnell, Bucks ( without Reserve), RPHE valuable STOCK, & c. the Property of .1 Miss WRIGHTE, having lett the Land in her own Occupation; comprising 51 Western Ewes, 29 South- Down Ditto, 18 Leicester Ditto, and 21 Welch Ditto ( the Whole with Lambs and to Lamb), and two South- Down and one Western Tup; four Dairy Cows, two Heifers, one Two- year- old and one yearling Bull, and ten Welch Runts; two stout Cart Horses; one Waggon, and one Nine- inch and one Narrow- wheel Cart; one Draining- Plough, and two others; one large stout Drag- Harrow ( new), Field- Roll, Horse Harness, and various other Effects. The above Stock is well worth the Notice of the Public, great Attention having been paid in selecting the same by competent Judges. The Sale will commence at the Farm adjoining the Road from Northampton to Newport- Pagnell, exactly at Ten o'Clock.. To Freehold Estate, in Thrapston. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROBINSON, At the White. Hart Inn, in Thrapston, on Tuesday the 24- th Day of March next, 1807, between the Hours of Three and Six in . the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions, and in such Lots, as shall be specified at the Time of Sale, A V aluable FREEHOLD & TTTIII-.- JREE ESTATE, j \- situate' near the MARKET- PLACE, in Thrapston aforesaid; consisting of a Dwelling- House, an Apo- thecary's Shop and Stable, newly fitted up, a Basket- Maker's Shop and Barn, and another large Barn, with the Yards, Sec. to the same belonging, containing, in Statute Measure, 2R. SOP. ; a Close of excellent Pasture Land adjoining, containing 1A. 3R. 6P. Statute Measure; and a Close of excellent Meadow or Pasture Land, lying on the North Side, and adjoining the last - mentioned Close, containing 4A. 1R. IP. Statute Measure; all which Premises now are, or late were, in the Occupation of- Widow Scales and others. For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. SHERARD, Solicitors, Thrapston or Oundle; or to Mr. HARE, at Castor, near Peterborough. To be SOLD bv AUCTl O n7 By Mr. CHENEY, On Monday the 23d and Tuesday the 21th Days of March, 1807, upon the Premises, at llaselbeech, in Northamptonshire, ALL the useful and genteel HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, late the Property of Mr. JOHN SLATER, deceased; con sisting of Oak Four- post and Stump Bedsteads, with Check and Cotton Furniture; Feather and Flock- Beds, Quilts, Blankets, See.; Mahogany Dining, Tea, Dressing, and Card Tables; several Sets of Mahogany and Common Chairs; Night- Stools and Bason- Stands; Pendant and Swing Looking- Glasses ; Glass Bottles and Earthenware; Culinary Articles, in Tin, Brass, Copper, See. with most of the Requi- sites for the Kitchen and Pantry; Barrel and Hand- Churns, Cheese- Press, Milk- Leads, and Dairy Uten- sils in general; seasoned Iron- bound Hogsheads, Half- Hogsheads, and lesser Casks; Mash- Vat, Buck and Wort Tubs, See.; a good Eight- day Clock, in Wainscot japanned Case; a handsome Gig, with Plated Harness; a stout Waggon ; a fine fat Hog, and two Flitches of good Bacon; about 4 or 5 Cwt. of capital Cheese, and sundry other Articles. The Sale to begin each Morning at Ten o'Clock. The fat Hog, Bacon, Cheese, Waggon, and Gig, will be sold on the first Day's Sale. 113" All Persons who stand indebted to the Estate and Effects of Mr. John Slater, deceased, are re- quested to pay their respective Debts to Mr. Robert Buswell, of Arthingworth, or they will be sued for the same without further Notice; and all Persons who have any Claims or Demands on the said Estate, are desired forthwith to deliver an Account thereof, to Mr. Robert Buswell, in order that they may be discharged. Warwickshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, IN SEVERAL LOTS, At the Spread- Eagle, in Rugby, on Saturday the 4th Day ot April next, at Foui o'Clock in the After- noon, unless before disposed of by Private Contract, ACapital and very improvable FREEHOLD ESTATE ; consisting of the Manors of Grand- borough and Woolscott, of two Farm- Houses, and 349 Acres and upwards of very rich Arable and old Pasture and Meadow Land, situate in the Hamlet of WOOLSCOTT, in the Parish of GRANDBOROUGH, in the County of Warwick, adjoining the Chester Turnpike- Road. The Land- Tax and Poor's Rates are remarkably low. Apply, for further Particulars, to Mr. BURTON, Attorney, Daventry; or Mr. JOHN COWLEY, at Welton. NEW PUBLICATIONS. The following Works have been published in the Course of the Months of December and January last, and are ready for Delivery, by Application to Mr. BURNHAM, Northampton: — 1. \ NECDOTES of LITERATURE and SCARCE BOOKS. By the Rev. WILLIAM BELOF., Translator of Herodotus, & c. Handsomely printed in two Volumes, Octavo; Price, in Boards, 16s. 2. LECTURES on the ACTS of the APOSTLES, delivered in the Parish Church of STOCKTON- UPON- TEES, during Lent, in the ^ ears 1803, 18U4, 1805, and 1806. By JOHN BREWSI ER, M. A. Rector of Redmarshall, Durham, Author of Meditations of a Recluse, & c. Handsomely printed in two Volumes, Octavo; Price, in Boards, 14s. 3. A COLLECTION of SONGS, Moral, Sen- timental, Instructive, and Amusing; selected and revised by the Rev. JAMES PLUMPTRE, M. A. Fellow of Clare- Hall. Elegantly printed in two large Volumes, Duodecimo; Price, in Boards, I4s. These Volumes contain the Wards of upwards of 500 Songs; some of them original, but principally selected from the Works of the most approved Writers, divested of every Thing which has any Tendency to Indecency and Profaneness; with an introductory Letter, and a new Preface. The first Volume, which contains chiefly the Rural, Naval, and Military Songs, & c. may be had separately, printed on an inferior Paper, Price, in Boards, 4s. 6d. for those who may wish to purchase it as a Present to the lower Classes. 4. A SECOND EDITION of a DISSERTATION on the PROPHECIES, that have been fulfilled, are now fulfilling, or will hereafter be fulfilled, relative to the great Period of 1260 Years; the Papal and Mahom- medan Apostasies, the Tyrannical Reign of Antichrist, or the Infidel Power, and the Restoration of the Jews. By GEORGE STANLEY FABER. B. D. Vicar of Stockton- upon- Tees, In two large Volumes, Ootavo; Price, in Boards, 17s. Printed tor F. C. and J. RIVINCTON, No. 62, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London; and sold by Mr. Burnham, Northampton; and by the Booksellers la all the principal Towns. Friday and Saturday's Posts. MOUSE* of COMMONS, Thursday, March 5. CATHOLIC ANT> OTHER DISSENTERS. TORD IIOWICK said, he rose in pursuance Of J a notice which he ( fave on a former day, to move for leave to bring in a Bill to secure to all his Majesty's subjects the freedom and privilege of enter- ing into tiie Navy and Arms', subject to no oath but that which he should propose in the Bill, which he intended, with the leave of the House, to bring in that night. The principal object of the Bill would be to enable Dissenters ot every description, who might enter into his Majesty's Navy or Army, to exercise their religion, without any restraint what- ever. He did not aoprehend that a measure of this kind, which would embrace so large a portion of the subjects of the Empire as the whole body of Dissenters, could meet with any opposition. The Hou> e surely must feel with him, that at a period like the present, it was not only expedient but most wise to comprehend in the force of the country, the Catholics of England and Ireland, composing, at least, one- fourth of the whole population. By the Act of 1793, the Catholics were enabled to hold every rank but that of Commander in Chief, Master- Gen. of the Ordnance, and that of General on the Staff. It was the object of the Bill for which he should move, to do away every restraint whatever. Having stated the outline of the Bill, his Lordship concluded with moving for leave to bring in a Bill, enabling his Majesty to avail himself of the service of all his liege subjects in the Armv and Navy. Mr. PERCEVAL observed, that it was not his in- tention to enter at length this night into the subject introduced by the Noble Lord. He felt it his duty, however, to state, that he should oppose it, as far as he was able, in all its subsequent stages. Mr. YORKE did not object to the principle of the Bill, especially as the Irish Parliament had recognized it; and he thought that the British could not do less than follow their example. Mr. MONTAGUE considered the measure as dan- gerous and inimical to the peace of the Empire. Mr. CORRY apprised the House, that it was a measure of policy, not of religion. Mr. H. BROWNE was hostile to the measure. Lord How i CK replied ; when the question was car- ried. The Bill was brought in, read a first, and ordered to be read a second time this day se'nnight. •• US ® ® ® ' © ® ' ® ® ® 1*"" LONDON, March 6. The following is an Extract of a private Letter from Hamburgh, dated Feb. 14:—" A French officer has arrived here, who was present in the battle of Eylau : he describes it as the most san- guinary one that the Trench were ever engaged in. The Russians fought with a fury unparalleled. He makes no mention of the loss of the French. Letters received here from Berlin state, that all the officers who attended when Te Deuni was chaunted, wore crape round their arms, from which circumstance it was inferred, that some person of rank had fallen." It is said that the Aid- du- Camp of the Emperor Napoleon was killed by the bursting of a shell, close to Bonaparte himself, who escaped unhurt. The decision of the House of Lords, on Wed- nesday, on the appeal, llackwell v. Jeffries, is of great importance to the inferior Clergy. The cause arose out of a will, by which upwards of <£. 200,000 was directed to be distributed among poor Clergymen of the Established Church with large families. The term povr Clergymen was considered by the appellant as so indefinite, that I the will could nnl be executed, and that ground afforded a question of litigation, which occupied the Court of Chancery for several years, but was at last determined in favour of the will. The decree of the Court of Chancery has now ob- tained the sanction of the highest tribunal in the country, and the intention of the benevolent tes- tator will of course be carried into execution. Yesterday, in the House of Commons, Mr. Bankes put a question to Lord Howick across the table, " Wheth er any further Subsidy beyond the rf. 80,000, was to be granted to thfc King of Prussia?" His Lordship answered, that the. sum of .80,000 had been granted to that Monarch for a specific purpose, namely, to enable him to draw his army from Silesia; that no further ad- vance was at present in contemplation ; and that the Treaty with his Prussian Majesty did not con- tain any mention of a Subsidy. Sir Jacob Astley and Mr. Coke, were on Wed- nesday elected members for the county of Norfolk, without opposition. fciiuitdii itekFERiiEKt. TtrANTED to exchange, A LIVING in A v T desirable Part of the County of Leicester, of the annual Value of ,£. 500, for one in any other County— or Wanted to Purchase, a LIVING tenable with the above, for which a liberal Price will be given. For Particular;, apply to Mr. TYNDALE, Solicitor, Lincoln's- Inn- f ields, London. WANTED, An Apprentice to a SURGEON and APOTHECARY. Enquire of Mr. GRAY, Surgeon, Buckingham. WANTED immediatelyTA YOUNG l. AI) Y, as an APPRENTICE to the MILLINERY BUSINESS. Apply to M. I. oE, Sheep- Street, Northampton. WANTED immediately, An APPRENTICE to a MILLINER and DRESS- MAKER. Enquire of Miss CLARKE, Towcester, North- amptonshire. \ V ANTED, A COOK and HOUSEKEEPER. * — No one need apply who is not in every Respect calculated for that Situation. Enquire of Mr. TEAR, Tailor, Northampton; or of Mr. ROBERTS, White- Hart, Kettering. WANTED, as COOK and HOUSEMAID, A PERSON who is capable of Cooking and sending in a plain Dinner without Assistance, and is willing to render herself useful in every respect to her Employers.— An unexceptionable Cha'racter will be required. Apply by Letter, Post- paid, to X. Y. at the Printers of this Paper. rtoRTiiAMPtONSHIRE. OTICE ii hereby given, That a F/ RTEFAT Meeting of the lieutenancy of the County of Northampton uall be held at the GEORGE IN N, in the Tumi of NORTHAMPTON, tin SATURDAY the 14th Day if MARCH next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, for putting into Execution an Act of Parliament passed in the 46th Year if His present Majesty's lieigiii intitled, " An Act to enable His Majesty N( " annually to train and exercise a Proportion of " His Subjects in England, under certain Regu- " la lions; and more effectually to ptvvide for the « Defence of the Realm." By Order of the Right Hon. Charles Earl of No, • thumpton, I^ rd- Lieutcnant of the County if Northampton, CHAS. MARKHAM, Clerk of the. General Meetings. Northampton, Feb. 27th, 1807. WANTS a SITUATION, as GAMEKEEPER, a single YOUNG MAN, about 26 Years of Age, who has from a Boy been used to Shooting and the Management of Dogs, and flatters himself a good Shot. He is of a respectable Family, and would give the Preference to board in the Family in whose ! Service he is engaged; and has no Objection in any Way to render himself useful. Letters addressed to X. Y. at the Post- Office, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, will be duly attended to. GARDENER WANTED, An active steady MAN, to take * T the Care of a small Kitchen- Garden, and who can wait at Table, and make himself useful. Apply at the Pomfret- Arms, Cotton- find, North- ampton, on Tuesday next the 10th inst. from One o'Clock till Three. Northamptonshire. COUNTRY RESIDENCE to be LETT. OPRATTON- PLACE, on the ManAester, > - Nottingham, and Chester Roads, seven Miles from Northampton, seven from Welford, in a fine Sporting Country, and the Vicinity of several Fox- Hunts of the first Celebrity; together with the attached and detached Offices, spacious and productive Gardens, Pleasure- Grounds, See. and from 20 to 30 Acres of excellent Land contiguous to the Mansion- House, more or less, at the Option of the Tenant. To be viewed on Tuesday or Thursday Mornings.— Particulars may be had at Highgate- House, in the Parish of Spratton ; and the Term" by Application to Mr. Bosworth, Holdenby ; or by Letter to J. W. Roberts. Esq. Thornby- Grange, near Northampton. WANTED, IN THE CORPS OF ROYAL MILITARY ARTIFICERS, Commanded by the EarI of Muira, A NUMBER OF CARPENTERS, MASONS, SMITHS, MINERS, SLATERS. COOPERS, SAWYERS, BRICKLAYERS, W11E K1. E RS, PLAS. n-. RERS, TILERS, COLLAR- MAKERS. Mr. M'KORltELL RESPECTFULLY acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends, that he will give a BALL to his PUPILS in NORTHAMPTON and its Vicinity, early in MAY ; and for which, Cards of Invitation will be sent in due Time. The BAND of Music will consist of the best Per- formers ( as engaged at'his Annual Ball); the Harp by Mr. Wii. i. cok. Parade. Northampton, March 1th, 1S07. HTIUTESTON" ASSOCIATION, Eor Prosecuting Thieves. Sc. rpiIF, General Annual Meeting of this Assooia- A tian will be held at the Sign of the FOX- AND- HOUNDS, in HARLESTON, in the County of North- ampton, on THURSDAY the 19th Day of MARCH instant, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. Dinner on Tabic precisely at Two o'clock. R. BUSWELL, Treasurer and Solicitor. Northampton, 1th March, 1807. _______ ____________ WHEREAS some Person or Persons did, late on Wednesday Night, or early on Thursdav Morning last, STEAL and TAKE AWA. Y, out of a Close, called FLITNELL, in the Lordship of COLD- ASHBY, in the County " f Northampton, near the Turnpike- Road leading to Wei ford, A BLACK GELDING, of the Nag Kind, fsing five Years old, and about 14 Hands and a Half high, with a large Blaze in his Face, and a cut Tail, the Property of Mr. SAMUEL SMEETON, of SIBBERTWI'T, in the said County, Grazier ( a Member of this Association): Whoever will apprehend the Person or Persons who stole the said Gelding, so that he or they may he prosecuted, shall, on his or their Conviction thereof, immediately be paid FIVE GUINEAS by Mr. BUSWELL, Attorney, in Northampton, the Treasurer and Solicitor to this. Association; and FIVE GUI- NEAS more by the said Mr. SMEETON. And if more'than one Person was concerned in the above Felony, and either will impeach his Accomplice or Accomplices, he shall, on his or their Conviction, be entitled to the same Rewards, and Interest will be made to procure His Majesty's Pardon. If strayed, Mr. SMEEION will handsomely reward any Person who will take the Gelding to him, or inform him where he is, and pay ail reasonable Charges. Northampton, March 1th, 1807. To the DEBTORS and CK EDITORS of JoTlX PAYNE. WHEREAS JOHN PAYNE, late of HELMDON, in the County of Northampton, Victualler, has made an Assignment of all his real and personal Estate to Nathaniel Stilgoe, ot Fauscott, in the Parish of Wappenham, in the County aforesaid, and William Cole, of Gritworth, in the same County, two of his Creditors, for the Benefit of themselves, and such other of his Creditors as shall execute the said Assignment: Notice is hereby given, That the Creditors of the said John Payne are re- quested to meet the said Trustees, at the House of the said John Payne, on Monday the 16th Day of this instant Ma^ ch, to execute the said Deed of Assignment, f they think proper, and give their Opinions as to lie best Mode of managing the Affairs of the said John Payne, for the Benefit of his Creditors. All Persons who have any Claims on the Estate of th: said John Payne, are requested to transmit a par- ticular Account thereof to the said Trustees; to whom all Persons who arc indebted to the said John Payne, *'- « requested to pay their respective Debts forthwith. March 6th, 1807, Men, of good Character, bred to any of the above Trades, not being more than 30 Years of Age, nor under 5 Feet 5 Inches high, will receive A Bounty of Eleoeic Guineas, if found, on Trial, to be good Workmen. The Advantages and Pay in the above Corps are very great, and worthy the Attention of . YO'JNG MEN of ABILITIES; as they may look for immediate Advancement, there being FIFTEEN CORPORALS TO EVERY COMPANY. BRINGERS of such RECRUITS as shall be ap- proved of, will receive A REWARD of THREE GUINEAS. APPLY TO The COMMANDING- OFFICER of ROYAL ENCINEERS, Royal- Depot, WEEDON. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. BRAMPTON, On Monday the 9th Day of March next, 1807, on the Premises of the late Mr. JOHN RIPPIN, at GEDDINCTON, Northamptonshire, rpiIE following LIVE and DEAD STOCK, L HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, & c.; consisting of five useful Cart Horses and Mares, one three- year- old Filly, two two- year- old Colts, one yearling Filly, and a Fcal ; a Milch Cow ; two store Hogs and ten Pigs; Narrow- wheel Waggon, one Six- inch Ditto, wi. th Iron Arms, and a Narrow- wheel Cart; Harness complete for six Horses; Ploughs, Harrows, Corn- Screen, Chaff- Box, Malt- Mill, Rakes, a Pair of Wheels, Lots of Six- inch and narrow Fellies, and Lead Pump; also, several Lots of Household- Furni- ture, in Pewter, Brass, Chairs, Tables, & c. & c. The Company are requested to attend by Ten o'Clock, when the Sale will commence, as the Whole is intended to be sold in one Day. To be SOL D by AUG T I O N, By Mr. GRIMES, On Tuesday the 10th Day of March next, ISO", upon the Premises of Mr. THOMAS POWER, at CLIFTON, near Rugby, in the County of Warwick, ALL the STOCK of CATTLE, SHEEP, DRAUGHT MARES, GEARING, TWO STACKS of good HAY, and ONE of CLOVER, WAGGON, CARTS, HARROWS, Pl. OUGHS, BARN- TACKLE & IiAC S, various IM PLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and other EFFECTS. The LIVE STOCK consists of 21 fat Wether Sheep, 1 2S clean sound Ewes, In- lamb, 20 Wether Tegs, and 12 Ewe Tegs ; five very useful Cows, In- calf, one In- calf Heifer, a very neat young fat Cow, two Sturks, and two Yearlings; and two very useful Draught Mares, In- foal. An early Attention to the Sale is requested, as the Sheep will be the first Lots on Sale, which will com- mence precisely at Ten in the Forenoon, under usual Conditions ; an Accommodation will be given to re- spectable Purchasers. Elm Timber. For SAL E " by A U C T I O N, By MASON & SSN, On Thursdav the 12th Day of March, 1807, on the Premises of Mr. JAMES JOHNSON, at OLNEY, in the County of Bucks, r | ' TIIRTY- SIX fine ELM TREES, with the s LOP and TOPS. The Company are requested to meet the Auctioneers on the Pightle at Ten o'Clock, to proceed to Sale. A rich Meadow, To be S O L D bv A U C T I O N, By BENJAMIN MASON & SON, On Monday the 16th of March instant, at the George Inn, in Northampton, between the Hours of Four and Six in the Afternoon, AVery rich MEADOW, Tythe- frcc, containing two Acres, situate near PETER'S BRIDGE, on the Road from NORTHAMPTON to HOUGHTON, in the Occupation of Mr. Robert Deacon, Tenant at Will.— The Meadow is held of the Master and Co- Brethren, of St. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, for three Lives ( which are now in high Health), renewable by the Payment of a small Fine. f£ T Forfurther Particulars, apply to Mr. PERCIVAL, Banker, in Northampton. 1th March, 1807. THE THIRD COUNTY ASSEMBLY WILL be at the GIORCF. INS, NORTHAMPTON, on FRIDAY the 20lh of MARCH. GEORGE PAYNE, Esq. > ... T. S. W. SAMWELL, Es'q. $ Stewards- E. BLAXLEY, DRESS - MAKER and MILLINER, RETURNS her most grateful Acknowledgments to the Ladies of DUNSTABLE and its Vicinity for the many Favours she has received, and assures her Friends, every possible Attention shall be paid to their Commands. An APPRENTICE WANTED IMMEDIATELY to the above Business. Dunstable, March 41h, 1807. Fc ; FEBRUARY 21st, 1807. jX) UND, about a Month ago, in a Close belonging to Mr. WILLIAM SHAW, of COTTON- END, in the Parish of Hardingston, near Northampton, A BLACK MARE, of the Cart Kind. Whoever owns the said Mare, by applving as above, and describing the Marks and paying the Charges, may have her again : if not owned in a Month from the Date hereof, she will be sold to defray Expences. Dr. GREGORY'S NEW CYCLOPEDIA* . JUST COMPLETED. R. PHILLIPS respectfully announces the - recent Completion of Dr. GREGORY'S NEW CYCLOPEDIA ( the only modem Work of the Kind), in two large and magnificent Quarto Vo- lumes, illustrated by one hundred and forty En gravings, Price £. 5 15s. in Boards. It is doubtless understood by the Public, lhat this Work contains the preseat State of every Branch of Knowledge, including all recent Discoveries and Im- provements; and that, although it is comprised in only two Volumes, which are sold at a sixth or eighth Part - of the Expence of other Cyclopedias; yet, by tfie Rejection of extraneous Subjects, not properly connected with a Dictionarv of Arts and Sciences, all Objects of useful or probable Reference, and all important Facts and Principles, are given as much at large as in Works ten Times the Bulk. Either of the twelve Parts may be had separately, at 9s. ; and Persons disposed to take in a Part Weekly or Monthly, may be supplied regularly by all Book- sellers. No. 6, Bridge- Street, B'. acifriars, February 11, 1807. To rpi be S O L D by A U C T I O N, Bv ANDRE IV GARDNER, On Monday the 16th Day of March, 1S07, HE LIVE and DEAD DAIRY STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and other EFFECTS, on the Premises of Mr. EDWARD TAYLOR, of POTSC. ROVF., in the County of Bedford, who is leaving his Farm; consisting of 22 useful Dairy Cows; 50 fat Wether Sheep, eight Couples, 13 Sheep, with Lambs and to ,', amb, and five Rams; 14 Milk- Leads and Stands, a large Lead Cream- Cistern, three Pair of Milk- Buckets, and an Eight- dozen strong Barrel- Chum and Stand; about 2000 Faggots, in Lots; one stout Waggon, and a Six- inch- wheel Cart; two Hog- Troughs; two Hovel- Frames; a small Washing- Copper; and various other Effects. The Sale to begin precisely at Eleven o'Clock in the Motning. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By ANDREW GARDNER, On Wednesday the 18th Day of . March, 1807, rjMIE remaining PART of the LIVE and DEAD I. FARMING and DAIRY STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, PART of the genteel and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS, on the Premises of Mrs. ODELL, of HOLCUT- MOORS, in tile County of Bedford, who is leaving her Farm ; consisting of four strong useful Draught Horses, and one good Road Mare; one Waggon, one Six- inch- wheel Cart, with a Timber- Carriage to fit to Ditto Wheels, one Narrow- wheel Cart, a Timber- Gin, and a Taxed Cart; Harness for three Horses; six Dozen of Hurdles, and a Number of strong Oak Gate Hurdles; Cow and Sheep- Cribs; a Roll, Draining- Plough, two Wheelbarrows, Forks, Rakes, & c.; 13 Milk- Leads, six Milk- Pails, six Milk- Kivers, Cream'- Tubs, Sec. The HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE, Sec. consists of Four- post and Tent Bedsteads, with printed Cotton and Check Furnitures; Feather and Flock- Beds; Mattresses, Blankets, Counterpanes, and Quilts; Bedside Carpets ; Pier and Dressing- Glasses ; Parlour Chairs, with Horse- Hair Seats; Pillar and Claw Tables; Dining Tables; Pewter and Brass; sweet Iron- bound Casks; a Quantity of Carpenter's Tools; a Quantity of Cooper's Ditto; a Melon- Frame, with three Lights; two Turner's I. arthes and Tools; three Fowling - Pieces; and a great Variety of useful Articles. The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clock in the Morning, on Account of the Number of Lots, as the Whole is intended to be sold in ane Day, if possible. Prime Sti/ ck, Sfc. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRSHAIV, On the Premises of Mr. J. CLARK, at WOOTTON, near Northampton, who is leaving his Farm, on Monday and Tuesday the 9th and 10th Days of March, 1807, FTMIE entire LIVE and DEAD STOCK, J IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, BREW- ING and DAIRY UTENSILS, &- c. & c. of the said Mr. CLARK; coasisting of thirteen Dairy Cows, nine barren Ditto, three fat Ditto, five in- calved Heifers, seven Sturks, four Calves, one two- year- old long- horned Bull, and one Yearling short horned Ditto; 162 in- lambcd Ewes, 20 Dorset Ewes ar. d Lambs, and 145 Tegs; five Cart Horses and Mares, two yearling Colts, one Foal, and a Hackney- Mare; three fat Hogs, and eight Porkets; Gears for twelve Horses; three Waggons, one Six- inch Ditto, with double and single Shafts ( nearly new), and four Carts; two Field- Rolls, double Plough, two single- wheeled Ditto, three others, and Sheet and small Harrows; Ladders, Cribs, Hurdles, Horse and Pig Troughs, with numerous other useful Art!-, les.— Dairy and Brewing Utensils in general. The Public are respectfully informed, the Sheep have been bred with great Care from some of the first- rate Flocks in this County, and will be found deserving the Attention of Gentlemen Breeders. The Live Stock will be sold on the first Day, and commence with the Sheep. The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock in the Morning of each Day's Sale. Catalogues may be had at the Swan Inn, Newport- Pagnell; White - Horse, Tawcester; Bull, Stony- Stratford; Saraccn's- Head, Daventry; Hind, Welling- borough; Angel, Markct- Harborough; Talbot, Wel- ford; on the Premises; and of the Auctioneer, Northampton. Farming- Stock and Vtensihs, To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. KIRSHAIV, On Thursday the 12th, and Friday the 13th of March, 1807, oil the Premises ot Mr. N. JONES, who is leaving his Farm, at ABINGTON, near Northampton. " HIE LIVE STOCK consists of 90 Ewes and Lambs, 25 Tegs, five Store Pigs, two Four- year- old Bay Blood Colts, and two Three- year- old Ditto, good Workers, and warranted sound. The DEAD STOCK consists of Gears for six Horses; Steel Bean- Mill, Corn- Screen, Winnowing- Machine and Fan, with Sieves, and Barn Tackle in general; i- ight Cow- Cribs; one Narrow- wheel Waggon, with Iron Arms ( nearly new), three other Waggons, two Six- inch Carts, and two Market Carts; one double Plough, two Single- wheel Ditto, with several Swing Ploughs; two Sheet and three Pair of Harrows; a Number of Hurdles, Sheep- Cribs and Troughs, three Hovel- Frames, and Field- Roll; a Quantity of Oak square Scantlings, Elm and Ash Boards, Oak Hurdle Heads, with various useful Hovel1' Timber. Also, Part of the useful HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE ; consisting of Bedsteads and Bedding; Tables and Chairs; large Clothes Press; Mahogany Bureaus; Ifrewing- UtMisils, as an SO- Gallon Copper, Mash- Vat, Cooler, Gathering- Tubs and Stands, one Two- hogshead Cask, nine sweet Iron- bound Hogsheads; Dairy Utensils, consisting of one Barrel and one Hand Churn, Milk- Leads, Scales and Weights, Cheese- Press, Butter- Ki vers, Sec. ; Scullery Utensils in general; with a Variety of useful and convenient Articles. The Live Stock will be sold on the first Day ; and the Sale to commence at Ten o'Clock. LONDON, March 7. DISPATCHES are said to have been received from St. Petetsburgh, in which the Emperor has given the most solemn pledge that he will not listen to any terms of peace until the French are driven entirely out of the Polish dominions; nor will he sanction any that may be agreed upon with Prussia, under the mediation of Austria, that has not for their object the immediate evacuation of the whole of the German dominions occupied by the enemy since the commencement of the present campaign. General Benningsen has issued a very spirited address to the people of Germany, which has pro- duced a very strong sensation in that country; where, notwithstanding the vigilance and severity of the French police, it has been circulated with uncommon industry and success. The sentiments contained, and principles avowed in it, have con- firmed the people of Germany in that rooted anti- pathy which they are known to entertain towards the enemy, even in those States which are in the closest alliance with France. In full conviction of this fact it is positively said, in most of tiie letters received from the Banks of the Elbe, that Bona- parte is actually about to depart for Paris, leaving the conduct of the army- to General Massena. Notwithstanding the assertions of the French, we think it may be gathered, even from their own accounts, that they have not succeeded in their object. They have long been seeking the repose and security of winter quarters, so necessary to their army; but the activity and enterprise of the Russians, have prevented them from the enjoy therefore, On Tuesday se nnight, Mh Joseph Wiht), cabi' net- maker, of Warwick. On Saturday last; Mrs. Goodacre, wife of Mr. Goodaere, of Coventtv. On Wednesday last; after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Mary Newcoine, youngest daughter of the late Alderman Jolin Newconie, of this towh. Any clergyman in the diocese of Peterborough, with a numerous family and small income, is desired to acquaint the Bishop forthwith, that he tnaj recommend him for Middleton's and Taylor's charity. The Rev. Dr. Holland has been preferred to the rectory of Beaudesert, Warwickshire; patron, the Lord Chancellor; and the Rev. Hugh Carleton, to the rectory of Arrow, in the same county; patron, the Marquis of Hertford : both the above Livings void by the death of the Rev. Wm. Windsor Fitzthomas. The Rev. James Dasbwood, M. A. Chaplain to the Right Hon. Lord Rous, has been empowered to hold, by dispensation, the vicarage of Long- Sutton, in the Diocese and County of Lincoln ; together with the rectory of Doddington, in the Diocese of Ely. Training Act.— Ballots are to be made from the persons liable to serve under that Act generally, and not from any particular class, including ap- prentices, poor men having more than one child, and persons serving by substitute in the militia; neither is any licensed teacher of a separate con- gregation, in holy orders, if he be employed in any trade or occupation except that of a schoolmaster, nor any medical man, if he be not a housekeeper, exempt from the ballot. That part of the notice relating' to volunteers is not to be understood as applicable to persons entering into volunteer corps alrr-' dy formed, but to such as shall be willing to enrol themselves to serve according to the provisions of the Training Act, in the same way as if they had been balloted ; and we must remind those who claim exemptions from the bailor, by reason of becoming members of yeomanry and volunteer corps, that unless they produce to the constables of their respective parishes, between the 19th of September and ihe 1st of October next, certificates . of their being effective, they will be liable to a fine of X15. At the assizes for this county, which ended oti Thursday last, Robert Stafford, for feloniously and maliciously administering poison with intent to murder his wife, was, after a trial which j lasted eight hours, capitally convicted, and is left ! for execution: William Coles, for a highway- rob- bery near Wellingborough ; John Leek, for sheep- ' stealing; and William Hickason, for a burglary at Kingsthorpe, also received sentence of death, but were afterwards reprieved.— George Adams, for breaking open a leather trunk, and stealing bank- notes, & e. was ordered to be transported for seven years. — Richard Talis, for stealing an ass, to be imprisoned three months — John James, for s'ealing some fowls, to be imprisoned two months.— Edte. [ Waltis, for stealing some peas, to be privatclvt whipped, and discharged.— Hannah Seaton anii Thomas Panter were delivered by proclamation— and John Cartwright, charged with stealing some lead, was acquitted. At Aylesbury assizes, Wm. Horwood, for horse' stealing; and Stephen Gibbs and W ... '- Vainer, ' for sheep- stealing; were severally convict' and received sentence of death $ but were reprieved before the Judge left the town. John Bliss and Wm. Payne, for uttering forged Bank of England notes, were sentenced to be transported for 14 years; Edward Eveling, for stealing a quantity of copper, to be transported for seven years; and Thomas Monday, for a burglary, was sentenced to be imprisoned for one month, and privately whipped. After the trials of the prisoners at the above assizes, the magistrates and gentlemen held a meeting in the county hall, to take into con- sideration a plan for establishing a General County Fire- insurance, by an association of th ® 1 ment of rest. It was necessary, for Bonaparte to make some exertion, to disable the Russians from molesting him in his cantonments. ! noblemen and gentlemen of the counties of Bucks, For this purpose, he has attempted to turn the j Russian wings, and by so doing, to defeat, or at Bedford, Berks, Essex, Hertford, Huntingdon, Mid- lesex, Northampton, Oxford, and Warwick, which least to paralize, the exertions of the main body. I was. h'ghly approved, and recommended to be - " ' carried into immediate effect. The Warwick Paper of Feb. 21, says, " Bond, the itinerant solicitor of subscriptions for a History if Botany B ly, has been taken into custody at Hadleigh; and it is not unlikely that the subject he PRTCE or STOCKS. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By J. P. CULLINCIVORTH, On Monday the 16th Day of March, 1807, and fol- lowing Day, on the Premises of the late Mr. JOH N HICKMAN, deceased, at NEJVNHAM, near Da. ventrv, in the Countvof Northampton, ALL the LIVE and DEAD FARMING- STOCK of the said late Mr. HICKMAN ; con- sisting ot four Oxen, two In- calf Milch Cows, and one barren Cow ; 24 E, wes In- lamb, and 30 Tegs ; 60 Fleeces of good Wool, at , per Tod; one Aged Hackney Horse; one Waggon,. Saddle and Bridle, one Thiller Horse's Gearing, and sundry Implements in Husbandry, & c. AI so, t he neat and useful H O U S E H O L D- F U R NI - TURE, Sec.; comprising Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Tables and Chairs, and Household Goods in general; together with sundry Dairy and Brewing Utensils; the Whole divided into convenient Lots. The Sale to commence with the Farming- Stock precisely at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon of the first Day, and the Sale of Part of the Household- Furniture, & c. immediately after the Sale af the Farming- Stock; and the Remainder on the Day following. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneer, Daventry, on Wednesday next. Superb Furniture, ADDERBURY - HOUSE, OXFORDSHIRE. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. GARDNER, On the Premises, on Monday the 30th Day of March, 1807, and following Days, IIAT very extensive and magnificent As- _ semblageof splendid and costly FURNITURE, at ADDERBURY- HOliSE, the Residence of J. C. FIELD, Esq. ( who is retiring to a distant Part of the Country). Further Particulars will appear in due Time. rjM In his attempt oil the right wing he completely ! failed. In that on the left, he now states he has ! gained the advantage, and that his troops will j immediately resume their cantonments, and go ; into winter quarters. But it is not very clear that Bonaparte has gained ; lias chosen may prove ominous, by his being sent any victory at all. The Russians perceiving the: to that settlement, in order to give a better account intentions of the French, were the assailants in the j thereof than he has done in the paltry one which last battle; and after contending the whole day,: he has so long fraudulently. imposed on the public." the French retained their positions. In no battle J — We are inclined to think the writer of the above he has fought docs Bonaparte acknowledge so great j paragraph must have been misinformed respecting a loss. In killed and wounded he has lost more j the apprehension of Bond, as a person answering than 10,000 men, and we have no doubt many pri- j the same description was in this place, soliciting soners have fallen into the hands of the enemy. subscriptions, about a week ago. A few days since, Messrs. Wells & Allnatt's hank, at Wallingford, Berks, was broke open, and cash and small country bank notes, to the amount of „£\ 710 2s. 2ii. stolen thereout. The robbery was effected by picking the locks of the different doors, which the robbers locked again, and de- camped unobserved with their booty. The heavy fall of snow last week, was in many districts the occasion of extremely severe loss to the farmers who had cattle abroad in exposed situ- ations. Of the great number of sheep buried on Borough Fen Common, more than 600 died befora tliey could be extricated. Several beasts and some horses also perished in the snow. On Saturday se'nnight was executed at Wisbech, pursuant to his sentence, - for sheep- stealing, Win. Bates, about 21 years- df age.— He persisted to the last in denying ihe theft; though he acknowledged the justice of his sentence, by admitting that he sold the sheep,, knowing them to be stolen, aiid shared the booty. —-^ sSO- E © —— ( pT The Sale of Land at Long- Buckby, which was to have taken Place on Monday next, is post- poned to a future Day. *** Tfie prisoners in the county gaol return thanks to the Gentlemen of the Grand Jury at the'Assizes, for^. 6 15s. lQd. left in the hands of the gaoler. | Sat. Bank Stock .. 225 3 per Ct. Red. 1 shut 3 per Ct. Cons. - 62Ji 4 per Ct. Cons.' 3 per Ct. N Imp. 3 per Cts. India Stock .. India Bonds Exc. Bills ... Omnium Cons, tor Acc. 8H ( Mih Mon. 226* 81JI 95ii 62$ 62 1S6 2slsp pa2s d pa3sd 63ii | 63iM pals djlsd pai2sls a ls3s d| ls2s pj 624 | 62H les; NO RTHA MP TO N, SATURDAY EVENING, March 7. . MARRIED.] OnThursday se'nnight, at Bath, Daniel Webster, Esq. of Dean Par\-, in this county, to Miss Morgan, daughter of the Rev. Nathaniel Morgan, of that city. A few days since, Mr. Richard Watson, grocer, son of the Rev. G. Watson, of Daventry, to MissTayler, of the same place. On Sunday se'nnighr, at Syston, Leicestershire, Mr. Tooky, to Mrs. Cleaver, relict of R. Cleaver, Gent, deceased. A few days ago, Mr. Adam Read Shaw, to Miss Farnell, both of Sutton- Coldfield, War- wickshire. DIED.] Lately, aged 77, John Svmonds, Esq. I. L. D. of St. Edmund's Hill, near Bury, Professor of Modern History and Languages in the Univer- sity of Cambridge, and late Recorder of Bury St. Edmund's. He was formerly of St. John's College, B. A. 1752, M. A. 1754. In 1771, he succeeded to the Professorship on the death of Mr. Gray, the celebrated poet, and took the degree of LL. I). in 1772. He was a gentleman highly distinguished for his literary attainments, and his loss will be much regretted by many surviving friends, but by none more than his Grace the Duke of Grafton and family, with whom he had long been in habits of intimacy. On Saturday ^ e'nnight, aged 53, Mr. Walker, of Chesterton," Hunts, and formerly of the Talbot inn, Stamford. On Sunday se'nnight, aged 77, Sirs. Broughton, of Stamford", many years proprietor of the Stain- | ford old coach. On Monday se'pniglit, Mrs. Hull, widow of Mr. Laurence Hull, of Southam, Warwickshire. , PRICE of CORN per Quarter at Northampton, Saturday, March.. 7. Wheat, 72,. to 80s. Od. . Rve. 50s. Od. to 52s. Barley, 32s. Od. to 36s. 9d. Oats,' 20s. Od. to 27s, Od. J. GRAFTON, Inspector. Beans, 3Ss. Od. to 39s Od. Peas, 38s. Od. to40i. I'd. By the Standard Measure. Corn- Exchange, London, Friday, March 6. The supply of Wheat for to- day's market is rather considerable, and the samples go off heavily at a small reduction in prices.— Barley Is inconsiderable quantities, and good samples support last prices.— Malt likewise.—- There are but few Pea> or Beans of each kind, which fetch better prices.— The supply of Oats is rather large, and are cheaper.— Flour without variation. LIST of FAIRS, from March 9, to March 21, within the Circuit of this Paper/ M. Mar. 9. Stamford. M. 16. Oakham. Th. 19. Banbury. F . 20. fVins/ ow, PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, • For LIFE INSURANCE and ANNUITIES', SOUTHAMPTON- STREET, STRAND, LONDON. President, The Most Noble the Marquis OI'BUCKINGHAM, K. G. Vice- Presidents, The Most Noble the Marquis of SALISBURY, K. G, The Right J- Ion. Viscount BULKELEY. The Right Hon. Viscount CHETWYND. The Right Hon. Viscount DITNCANNON. The Right Hon. Lord BRAYBROOKE. Trustees, The Most Noble the Marquis of BUCKINGHAM. The Right Hon. Lord BKAYBROOKE.' WILLIAM PRAED, Esq. M. P. rjPIlP, Object of this Institution is to encourage 8. the truly laudable Design of Life Insurance, aud Provision for old Age, by reducing those Transactions to Principles of the utmost possible public Benefit. With this - View, an extensive Society of Noblemen and Gentlemen have entered into a Subscription of =£. 250,000, to constitute an original Capital; and taking upon themselves the sole Responsibility of the Establishment, they entitle the Insured and An- nuitants to participate in Profits after the Expences of an economical Management are defrayed, in which the Presidents, Directors, Trustees, and Auditors, act gratuitously. Thus, by the specific Suras in- sured, and the Division of contingent Profits, every Member has the fullest Value possible for his Pay ' IV THE SNOWDROP. J IKE pendant flakes of vegetating snow, • t" 1 The earlv herald of the infant year; Befoie the adventurous Crocus dares to blow Beneath the orchard boughs, thy buds appear. While still the cold north- east ungenial lowers, And scarce the Hazle iu the leafless copse, Or Sallows show their downy powder'd tlovcers, The grass is spangled with thy silver drop:,. Yet, when those pallid blossoms shall give place To countless tribes of richer hue and scent, Summer's gay blooms, and Autumn's yellow race, 1 shalt thy pale inodorous bells lament. So journeying onward in life's varying track, Even while youth its bright illusion lends, Fond Memory often with regret looks back To childhood s pleasures, and to infant friends. LORD SOMEUVILLE's CATTLE SHOW. Monday Mr. Sadler's Yard, in Goswell- street, was attended by a very large concourse of Person's of Distinction and Agriculturalists, assembled to view the very fine cattle, sheep, and pigs, and the implements, cloth, leather, and other curious and useful prodactions, which were there exhibited. Several very fine oxen, sheep, and pigs, were exhibited, and the show this year seemed to give j ments, without being subject to Calls upon any Losses very general satisfaction. _ ... u..„..„. n... The fat pigs were many of them greatly admired, particularly a true Essex pig, belonging to Peter !,, Wright," Esq. A Iloldcrness heifer, of E""' Braybroke's; and his fat cow of the same breed, remarkably fine in her hind quarters, attracted much attention. Lord Somervillc exhibited the carcases of five fat Merino weathers', which he had caused to be killed on his farm in Somersetshire, and sent up for the dinner on Tuesday at the Freemasons' Tavern. They were found, on inspection, to be very fine in the grain, and well fattened. Several very useful implements were exhibited ; particularly a'patent Hampshire waggon, forming also two carts when separated. Messrs. Wooley and Co. shewed several pieces of fine broad- cloth, manufactured from the Merino, Merino- Ryland, and Meriuo- South- down fleeces, of Mr. George Toilet's flock. The above pieces of cloth satisfactorily prove the fallacy of those who assert, that the finest cloth cannot be made of wool grown in England. On Tuesday, the company again assembled, when several improvements and improved articles, in our manufactories and agriculture, were sub- mitted to their inspection. About half- past five o'clock, 307 persons sat down to a most excellent dinner, provided with the utmost liberality by Lord Somerville, in Freema- sons' Ilall. When the cloth was withdrawn, Lord Somerville, after adverting to the difficulties whifeli the Judges had experienced, owing to the great and nearly equal perfections of the animals shown, opened the Judges' report, and read therefrom the award of prizes to Lord Sackville, as the grazier, and to Andrew Knight, as the worker, of two Hereford oxen, each an elegant silver cup, which were im- mediately delivered l « y his Lordship. His Lordship then read the adjudication of prizes to John Westcar, as the grazier, and to Mr. Wat- kins, as the worker, of two Hereford oxen, and immediately presented the cups to these Gentle- men. Ilis Lordship next presented Mr. Birkbeck with a cup, for his five Merino South- down sheep; and another to Charles Callis Western, for five South- down shearling wethers. After reading the Judges' award, respecting Merino shear- hogs, by which the prize reverts to Lord Somerville ; his Lordship presented the cup to Mr. Mitford, for his perseverance in carrying the Merino breed to perfection. ' i lie remaining cup was delivered to Mr. Sully, for his white pig. His Lordship next adjudged one of the extra cups to Mr. Fariioomb, for. his five South- down ewe- hogs, and expressed his hope, that it would induce him to send sheep to the next show. The other extra cup, his Lordship presented to Mr. George Toilet, in a manner the most flattering to that Gentleman: observing, that it. was small in value, compared to his merit in promoting the Merino breed. Two bundles of Siberian spring wheat, in the ear, were next produced, which his Lordship hed- ged to put into the bauds of the Earl of Winchel- sea, and Mr. Adams, f « r them to sow, and report the produce thereof,, on a future occasion. T Y T II E S. This Day were published, in one Vol. Royal Svo. Price 16s. Boards* rpllli PRINCIPLES and LAW of TYTHING, J[ intended not only for the Professors of the Law, but all Persons interested in Tythes; and illustrated by References to the most leading and recent Tythe Cases. By FRANCIS PI. OWDEN, Esq. Barrister. London: Printed tor C. and R. BALDWIN, New Bridge- Street. In this closely printed Volume the Author's Object ha.- been to include every Thing which can be sought for by any Class of Readers interested in Tythes. The practising Lawyer will lieie find concentrated what few extensive Libraries could furnish entirely: All the Acts of Parliament relating to the Subject; the Forms of different Processes and Precedents; and a Collection of the leading Cases. Those who are not ot" the Profession will be enabled to form a complete Idea of the Probability or Improbability of succeeding in. any Suit in which they might be inclined to engage. The Work is divided into three Books. The 1st historically treats of the Nature of Tythes and other Ecclesiastical Revenues.— The 2d sets forth what Persons, clerical and lay', are entitled to Tythes in England; what Tythes are payable by Common Law and Custom ; how Tythes are affected by Statute Law ; and the Nature and C; rounds of Prescriptive Rights, Exemptions, and Moduses.— And the3d Book contains the various Modes of pursuing and defending Tythe Causes of every denomination, in tlie Spiritual Courts, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, J THAT the General Annual Meeting of the Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament for re- | pairing the Highways from Old- Stratford, in the County of Northampton, to Dunchurch, in the County of Warwick, will be held at the N EW WHITE- A sixth Days to TEN THOUSAND POUNDS each; and the iirst- drawn 3000 Tickets, in Addition to any other Benefit that may fall to them, will be entitled to Ten Pounds each. In the last Lottery, every fixed Capital Prixe was sold at this Office, comprised in the following, viz. whatever.— This important and unprecedented Ad- | Courts of Equity, and of the Common Law. The - ir'i t-% f MRR> te 1 I v + U f A- iruiprtt- I nctitntirwA 1 XXI.. - 1- U ,, A V vantage is peculiar to the Provident Institution. Military Men, insured at this Office, are not charged with any additional Premium, unless called into actual Service. No Admission Fees are required; nor is any Charge made for Policies. Insurance and Annuities may be effected any Day within Office Hours, which arc from Ten till Four o'Clock. A Pamphlet, which fully explains the Principles j and Terms of the Institution, may be had of the Agents, and at the Booksellers, Price Sixpence. AGENTS. Northampton,— Mr. BURNBAM. Aylesbury,— Mr. LUKE TURNER, Town- Clerk. For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthmas, and all Disorders tf the Lungs or Chest. TCORD's PECTORAL BALSAM of HORE- HOUN D is recommended ( for the above Disorders) with that Degree of Confidence which naturally pro- ceeds from extensive and ample Experience, as the most pleasant, safe, and effectual Remedy in the Universe; its Operation is so salutary as immediately to check the Progress of the Complaint, which, if neglected, might speedily terminate in violent dan- gerous Fevers, or falling on the Lungs, produce an incurable Consumption. This Balsam has produced such salutary Effects as have excited the Astonishment of many eminent Me- dical Characters, and determined the Proprietor to ; render it, if possible, as extremely useful as it is pre- eminently excellent; for which Purpose, he takes this Method to give Publicity to its Merit; and he trusts, that the Purity of his Intentions, and the low Price at which this incomparable Medicine is dis- pensed, will shield him from the Imputation of any sinister Motives. The Public are particularly requested to observe, that each Bottle of the l'ials « m of Horehound is in- closed in an Affidavit made before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of the City of London, June the 7th, 1805, and signed by the Proprietor, without which it cannot be genuine. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by R FORD, Chemist, Barbican, and Dicey & Co. Bow Church- Yard, London, in Bottles at Is. Jjd. 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each ; and, Retail, by Messrs. Dicey Se Co. Mr. Ldge. and Mr. Marshall, Nortliampton; Mr. Bcesley, Banbury; Mr. Inwood, Newport. 1' agnell; Mr. Galhttd, l'ow- cester ; Mr. Higgs, Harborough; Mr. Swinten, Lei cester; Mr. Robins, Daventry; Mr. Mather, Wel- lingborough ; and by all Vei'. ders of Meuicines in every Tow: in the Kingdom. Work closes, with a copious Appenclix of Acts and Precedents, and a full Alphabetical Index. IIY D IIO PII O B 1 A; Or, a Cure for the Bile of a Mad Dog. PAUL NEW ENS, of Wise, in the County of Bucks, is the sole Preparerofa Medicine that has never, in any Instance, failed to eradicate the dreadf ul Malady occasioned by th? Bite of a Mad Dog, an'd which has been prepared with universal Success for these last forty Years and upward-", by the said Paul Newens ; and, before that Time, by the - late JEROME POLLARP, his Predecessor, tor forty Years and up- wards; and at this " 1 ime this dreadful Malady being so very prevalent in different Farts of the Country, it is considered the bounden Duty that one Feliow- Crtature owes to another, to make known to the Public in general, that the said Medicine may be had of the said Paul Newens, of Wing aforesaid, in Bottles, sealed with his Seal, with printed Directions for using the same.— The said Medicine has been used in the Neighbourhood of Wing aforesaid, and l. eigh- ton- BuzZard, Beds, with the greatest Success, and has been proved infallible; as for an Instance, see the Certificate hereunder, the Original of which is in the Custody of the Churchwardens of Wing.— Any Person considering themselves endangered, may take the above Medicine with the greatest Safety; and the numerous Cures that have been made by the said Paul Newens, in the Vicinity of Leighton- Buzzard and Wing, are beyond Conception.— Dated, at Wing, the 23d Day of February, 1S07.. " Tiiis is to certify, that ELIZABETH KRMPSTER, Servant to Mr. William Stevens, of Marsworth, in the County of Bucks, Farmer, had every Appearance of an Hydrophobia, but on Paul Newens's Medicine being administered, was in the Course of four Hours entirely released and cured."— Witness our Hands, J. K. FAWCKTT, furgeon of Triug, Herts. JOHN GRIFFIN-, Minister of Mar.-. worth. WILLIAM STEVENS, of Marsworth. Dated, at Tring, the 1st Day of December, 1790. HAZARD, BURNE, & CQ. No. 93, Royal- Exchange, RE selling TICKETS and SHARES for the A ensuing STATE . LOTTERY, which will begin Drawing the 14th of A PRII, next. The first- drawn Tickets on the lour first Days of HORSE" INN, in TOVCESTER, in the said County of I Drawing W; ILI be entitled to TWE NTY THOU SAND Northampton, on THURSDAY the 2tith Day of MARCH I POUN DS each, and ihe first- drawn on the fifth and next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon of the same ~ Day, for transacting such Matters as shall be then > thought necessary for repairing the said Highways; i at which Time and Place the respective TOLLS i arising at the four several Toll- Gates on the said i Highways will be LETT to FARM, by AUCTION, ! to the Best Bidders, between the Hours of Eleven of j the Clock in the Forenoon and Three of the Clock in j the Afternoon of the same Day, in Manner directed j by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of | iii. s present Majesty King George the Third, for re- : gulating Turnpike- Roads ; which said several Toils j were lett for during the last Year ( clear of the Salaries j tor collecting the same), the respective Sums herein- | after- mentioned ( that is to say), The Toll- Gate at Old- Stratford =£. 600 ' Tie Toll. Gate at Towcester 612 The Toll- Gate at Stoic. Hill 590 The Toll- Gate in Drayton- Lane . . . 607 and will be respectively put up at those respective Sums, under such Conditions as shall be then and there produced. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders, must forthwith pay Fifty Pounds in Advance for each 1 .. of .. =£. 30,000 1 .. of .. 20,000 1 .. of .. 10,000 1 .. of .. = 6.5000 2 .. of .. 1000 All in Shares. And 1 of £. 5000 in a whole Ticket. Orders from the Country, with Remittance, at- tended to on the same Terms as if present, ( py* Tickets and Shares lot the above Office are also on Sale by Mr. ABEL, Bookseller, NORTHAMPTON." Dr. WHEATLEY's Invaluable Remedies for the certain and speed » " CURE OF THE ITCH. AN OINTMENT which curcs 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 Gate, and produce sufficient Sureties, and give Se- I be cured without the least Hazard. It isofanagreeable Smell, requires no Confinement, and there is no Mc- dicine of the Kind which cures in so short a Time. Price Is. 3d: a Box, Duty included. Likewise his CHYM1CA1, LIQUID, as perfectly safe as the Ointment, and as certain in its Effects; it_ has no Smell, nor does it in ths least soil the Linen; a Circumstance which renders it highly va- luable, and to some Persons abundantly preferable to any Ointment whatever. Price 2s. 6a. a Bottle, Duty included. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church - Yard, and at their Warehouse in Northampton; and Retail by Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Robins, Bates, and Wilkinson, Da- ventry; Mather, and Broughton, Wellingborough; Fisher, Higham- Ferrers; Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry; Sharpe, Warwick; Roberts, Southam; Gregory, Leicester; Harrod, Harborough; Munn, and Coll is & Dash, Kettering; Newcomb, Stamford; Eaton, Thrapston; York Se Summers, Oundle ; Jacob, and Horden, Peterborough; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Hodson, Cambridge; Palgrave, Bedford ; Inwood, and Barringer, Newport - Pagnell; Queneborough, Dun- stable » Darton, and Tapp, Hitchin; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Jones, Oxford; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Hawkes, Lut- terworth; Loggin, Aylesbury; and by every Vender of Patent Medicines in the United Kingdom. WORM TEA, or TEA of HEALTH; rpHE Reputation of which has . been established a for upwards of thirty Years, for the Destruction of Worms either in Men, Women, or Children. It is a pleasing Reflection, particularly to Parents who Higgs," Lei- | tb, cir ^ h'k! r, en- and, is a, fact well known to Mr D„ vT;„\. n,. « „ L m, ' w„ i the Faculty, that it cannot contain a Particle ot that baneful Mineral, mercury, which is the Basis of most other Worm Medicines." From the Use of this Tea, Children have been known to glow more in one Month than they did in twelve before; what makes it mors recommendable, is, its being as agreeable as common curity, for tin: Payment of the Residue of the Rents at such Time or Times as shall be then agreed on between them and the said Trustee;; 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 19th Day of February, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven. By Order of the said Trustees, A. MIERES, their Clerk. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rsPIIAT the next Meeting of the Trustees np- S pointed by an Act of Parliament made and passed in the thirty- seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intituled, " An Act for amending, widening, altering, and keeping in Repair, the Road leading from a Place called Morton's Corner, in tile Town of Welling- borough, in the County of Northampton, to the East End of Abington- Streetin the TownofNorthampton ;" will be held at the HIND INN, in WELLING BOROUGH aforesaid, on MONDAY the THIRTIETH Day of MARCH next; at which Time and Place the respective TOLLS arising at the several Toll- Gates on the same Road will be LETTto FARM, separately, by AUCTION, for two Years, to the Best Bidders, between the Hours | of Eleven and Four of the same Day, in the Manner | directed in the Act passed in the thirteenth Year of ! the Reign of His said present Majesty, for regulating ] Turnpike- Roads; which said several Tolls were lett | in the preceding Year ( clear of all Salaries for collecting j the same) for the respective Sums hereinafter- meri- | tioned ( that is to say), =£. s. d. : The Wellingborough Gate 188 0 6 | The Abington Gate 190 1 0 ; and which Tolls will be respectively put up at these : respective Sums. Whoever happens to be the Pest Bidder or Bidders, must forthwith give Security, with s ufficient Sureties, for Payment <- f the respective Bents, at such Time or Times as shall be agreed on between them and the said Trustees.— Dated this twenty- sixth Dav of February, 1807. JOHN HUDSON', Clerk to the said Trustees. GOVERNMENT STATE - LOTTERY, To begin Drawing 14th APRIL. For Coughs, Consumptions, dyc. PECTORAL ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT. rpiIE llerb Coltsfoot, called ' l'ussilago by the 8. Ancients, was distinguished by them, as its Name sufficiently conveys, for its Excellence in the j Cure of Coughs, and other Pulmonary Complaints; ; and this Essence has, in the Course of a long Prac- j tice, been found the most safe and effectual Remedy for Coughs, Asthmas, and all Disorders of the Lungs, \ every other Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom. It gently opens the Breast, and immediately gives Liberty of Breathing, without any Danger of taking Cold; it admirably allays the tickling which pro- vokes frequent Coughing, cleanses the small Glands, relaxes the Fibres, and thereby enlarges the Cavities J if x^' tll nr/ irpnt- f'nnc 11 in r\ t ? nil » 5 + Tea, and in its Operation as innocent, requires no Confinement to the House, or Restraint in Diet.— Price Is. lid. Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, No 10, Bow Church- Yard, are appointed the only Wholesale Venders ; it maybe had Retail of the Printers of this Paper, W. Birdsall, and G. Edmonds, Northampton ; and of FREEHOLD LIABILITY BILL. The following are some of the essential clauses in a Bili now | ending in Parliament, to make the Freehold Estates of persons who die indebted, Assets for the payment of their simple contract debts i— " Whereas it is highly inexpedient that the pro- perty of persons indebted, should he allowed to descend, or be transmitted to their heirs or devisees, exempt from the payment of the debts of such persons. " Be it therefore enacted liy the King's Most i Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and j consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and i Commons, in this presc- nt Parliament assembled, 1 and by the authority of the same, that from and j after the when any person, • being indebted, shall die seized of or entitled to ; any estate or interest in lands, tenements, lie- re- j dilauieuts, or other real estate, which, before the 1 would have been assets for the payment of his debts due on any specialty j in which the heirs were bound, the same shall be ! assets to be administered in Courts of Equity for j the payments of all the just debts of such person, , as well debts due on simple contract as on specialty; ' and that the heir or heirs at law, devisee or devisees : of such debtor, shall be liable to all the same Suits i ill Equity, at the suit of any of the creditors of I such debtor, whether creditors by simple contract I or by specialty, as they were before the liable to or at the suit of creditors by Specialty in which the heirs were bound : provided j always, that in the administration of assets by Courts of Equity under and by virtue of this Act, all creditors hy specialty in which the heirs are bound, shall be paid the full amount gf the debts due to them, before any of the creditors hy simple contract or by specialty, in which the heirs are not bound, shall be paid any part of their demands." of the Vessels. Thus it will prevent Consumptions, it taken before the Lungs are ulcerated. It cures also all husky and dry Coughs, heals Rawness and Sore- ness of the Breast, and gives Relief to those who, through Age or Infirmity, are deprived of Rest or Sleep. This Essence is prepared by JAMES RYAN, Sur- geon, in Bristol; and sold only by F. Newbery & Sons, No. 45, the East End of St.' Paul's, London, in Bottles, 3s. 6d. each, Duty included; and none are genuine but those which have the Words " F. Newbery, No. 45, St. Paul's," engraved on the Stamp. Sold also by Dicey Se Sutton, Marshall, and Edge, Northampton; Secley, Buckingham; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pag- nell; Green, Ampthiil ; Collis & Dash, Kettering; Mather, Wellingborough; and Bull, Sen. Harborough. The Great Restorative to Health is MANN's APPROVED MEDICINE, RECOMMENDED BY THE FACULTY, And patronised by Ladies and Gentlemen of the first SCHEME. Prizes of =£. 20,000 10,000 5,000 — 1, ono 500 • 100 50 20 4 4 4 10 10 SO 40 3,000 3,000 first- dm. Tickets 10 each 25,000 Tickets. =£. 80,000 40,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 3,000 2,000 60,000 30,000 =£. 250,000 Distinction. " Vj'O Medicine, in so short, a Time, has been so J singularly blessed in restoring such Multitudes, ! i when all Hopes of Recovery had been given over, in | violent Coughs, Colds, Convulsion Fits, Hooping- | Cough, Consumptions, Intfuenza, long - standing j Asthmas, Relaxed Habits, and Debilitated Consti- tutions. Ladies, in a pregnant State, afflicted with ! Coughs, Sic. may take Doses of 15 Drops with the j greatest Advantage ; and from the Infant in the first Week, to the Aged in any State, The few remarkable Cases, wrapped round each Bottle thereof", present not the hundredth Part ot the Cures performed by this very superior and established Remedy, it is hoped will be sufficient for the Afflicted to give it a Trial, and especially so where the Faculty and other Means have not succeeded. WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS ! Facts. are Facts, on such alone Mr. Mann relies; For the Green- Sickness and other Disorders incident ! ^^^ to young Females. ri^ HE following Instances of their uncommon a Efficacy, are worthy the Attention of the Af- flicted :— To Mrs. KEARSI. EY. MADAM, September Yttb, 1806. I beg to return my Acknowledgments for the great Services received by the Use of your WELCH'S FE- MALE PILLS; being afflicted with Illness some Years, with Pain in my Head and Shortness of Breath, that 1 could scarcely go up or down Stairs without sitting down for some Minutes, and have taken a great many Medicines, but all to no Purpose, till a Friend advised me to try your Pills, and by taking one Box was restored to Health and Spirits.— I am, with the greatest Gratitude, Your humble Servant, MAGDALEN LE R1CHUX. Hare- Street, Bethnal- Gi een. DEAR MADAM, MARTHA LY FOR D has jjtst finished taking the three Capitals determinable. First- drawn Ticket .- lst Day =£. 20,000 Ditto . i 2d Day 20,000 Ditto 3d Day 20,000 Ditto 4th Day 20,000 Ditto 5th Day ...... 10,000 Ditto 6th Day 10,000 TICKETS AND SHARES Are on Sale at EVERY LICENSED LOTTERY- OFFICE. PRESENT PRICE. Ticket .19 16s. Half =£. 10 3 0 1 Eighth =£. 2 12 0 Quarter 5 3 0 | Sixteenth 1 6 6 The above Scheme will point out the Necessity of an early Purchase, as four Prizes of =£. 90,000 each will be sure to be drawn in the first four Days, ex- clusive of other Capital Prizes. cannot give Length of Days where " Days are num- bered," nor does he profess Infallibility; but ample Experience has taught, and constantly teaches him, that this great Medicine will reach and remove deep- seated Maladies, where the healing Art in general has not only failed, but also, consigned the decaying Suf- ferer to an untimely Grave. As the Character of this Remedy has given Rise to many Counterfeits, so Persons should be very cautious of whom and where they purchase, and observe, that " Tho mas Mann, Horsham, Sussex," is engraved on the Stamp ; all others are Counterfeits. Sold, in Bottles, at 2s. 6d. and 4s. 6d. each, Duty- included, Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, at his Warehouse, Horsham; and by Dic5y £ Sutton, Bow Church - Yard, London, and at their Ware- house in Northampton; and Retail by Robins, Daventry ; Beeslev, & Marriott, Banbury ; inwood, & Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Osborn, Woburn ; Bull, Harrod, and Dawson, Market- Haiborough ; Gregory, Boxes of Pills you were ' so good to send" her some j and Swinfen, Leicester ; Wilcox, and Gallard, Tow. Spilsbury's Antiscorbutic Drops. \ MONG the Disorders of Health we class an J\\- habitual Costiveness, and Obstructions in the Vessels connected with Digestion, which, from the Use ot Purgatives, are not relieved, but they become a Constitutional Complaint. Calomel, Antibilious Medicines, and various Formula;, have been em- ployed, but they certainly only discharge the accu- mulated Matter, leaving the Cause still existing; and every one, under their Operation, finds the Necessity of continuing, and periodically increasing the Dose, BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. William Traynor, of Jermyn- street, London, tailor, March 7, 17, and April 11, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Dawson and Wratislaw, Warwick- street, Golden- square, Henry MichaelTijou, of Mitre- court, Fleet- street, London, vintner, March 3,14, and April 11, at Guild- lull.— Attornies, Messrs. Wadcson, Barlow, & Gros- venor, Austin- friars. Geo. Bromley, of Chandler- street, Hanover- square, London, grocer, March7, 14, and April 11, at Guild- hall. John Claughton, of Love- lane, Rotherhithe, Surrey, ship- rigger, March 7, 37, and April 11, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Mr. Jones, Pump- court, Temple. John Hill, of Rotherhite, Surrey, merchant, March 3, 14, and April 11, at Guildhall, London. — Attor- ney, Mr. Rivington, Fenchurch-' treet- buildings. George Gregory, of Compton- street, Soh<, London, cheese- monger, March 7,14, and April 11, at Guild- hall.— Attorney, Mr. Stevenson, Chequer- court, Charing. cross. John Hartney, of Ironmonger- lane, London, mer- chant, March 7, 14, and April 14, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Palmer, Tomlinsons, and Thom- son, Copthail- court, Throgmorton- street. James Turner, of Tooley- street, Southward, ware- houseman, March 7, April 4 and 14, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Mr. Brooks, Millman- street, Bedford- row. Henry Binden, of Thombury, Gloucestershire, bacon- factor, March 6, at the Swan, Thombury, March 16, and April 11, at theBush tavern, Bristol.— Attor- ney, Mr. Tanner, Bristol. William Edge, of Salford, Lancashire, brewer, March 16, 30, and April 11, at the George- and- Dragon inn, Manchester.— Attorney, Mr. Taylor, Man- chester. Thomas Dally, of Chichester, linen draper, March 13,14, and April 11, at the Dolphin inn, Chichester. Attorney, Mr. Price, Chichester,. Thomas Brayshaw, of York, grocer, March 19, 20, and April 11, at the York tavern, York.— Attorney, Mr. Brook, York. John Bogg, of Hemingby, Lincolnshire, jobber, March 23, 24, and April 11, at the Saracen's- Head, Lincoln.— Attorney, Mr. Toplis, Mansfield. John Purbick, of Fairford, Gloucestershire, dealer, March 9, 10, and April 11, at the Ram inn, Ciren- cester.— Attorney, Mr. Pitt, Cirencester. Henry Scott, of Hinckley, Leicestershire, hosier, March 16, 17, and April 11, at the George, Hinckley. Attorney, Mr. Thornley, Hinckley. Richard Smith, ot Ashborne, Derbyshire, stationer, March 16, 17, at the King's- Arnas tavern, Derby, and April 11, at the Keddleston inn, Derby.— Attorney, Mr. Brittlebank, Ashborne. William Ingledew, of Leeds, Yorkshire, starch- maker, March 17, 18, and April 11, at the Star- and- Gartcr, Leeds.— Attorney, Mr. Lee, Leeds. Hugh Heslam, of Bolton, Lancashire, muslin- manu- facturer, March 13, April I and 14, at the Bridge inn, Bolton.— Attorney, Mr. Boardman, Bolton. William Horrocks and John Ilorrocks, of Stockport, Cheshire, muslin manufacturers, April 2, 3, and 14, Months ago, f r which she sends you her grateful Thanks ; and as she cannot write, 1 do myself the Pleasure to communicate their Effect: She found material Benefit in Health after taking one Box, so ( hat 1 did not immediately give her a second; but as her Compla. ints returned I gave her another, which again relieved her for a Time. When I gave her the last Box, that had the same Effect with the two for- mer; it relieved her Breath, gave her Spirits and Appetite, and restored her to perfect Health. My Mother, who will take this to Town, desires to unite with me in kind Remembrance and Wishes to you and all your Family. 1 remain, dear Madam, your much obliged, SUSANNA SMITH. Panglourn, Aug. 10th, 1806. WELCH'S FEMALE PII. LS ( with Directions), Price 2s. 9d. a Box, are sold, Wholesale, by G. Kearsley, Fleet- Street, London; Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, I heapside; F. Newbery, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard; Bacon & Co. No. 150, Oxford- Street. Sold also by Dicey & Sutton, and Marshall, RHEUMATISMS, Palsies, and Gouty Affec- tions, with their usual Concomitants, Spasm, I Northampton; Parker, and Rollas'on, Coventry; flying Pains, Flatulency, Indigestion, and general Swinfen, and Combe, Leicester; Seeley, Buckingham; from the Tone and Sensitiveness of the Stomach and 1 a't the Rridge inn, Bolton.- Attorney', Mr. Boardman; Intestines being partially destroyed. The Success of u0lton SPILSBURY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC, DROPS, in Benjamin Read, jun. of Bridgewater, Somersetshire, tailor, March 24, April 13 aud 14, at the Angel inn, Bridgewater.— Attorney, Mr. Synies, jun. Bridge- water. James Biddle, of Chichester, ironmonger, March 20, 21, and April 14, at the Swan tavern, Birming- ham.— Attorney, Mr. Palmer, Birmingham. Ralph'Culshaw, of Wrightingtori, Lancashire, coal- merchant, March 16, 17, and April 14, at the Bear's- l'aw inn, Wigan.— Attorney, Mr. Gaskell, Wigan. DIVIDEND to be made to Creditors. March 31. S. Wilkinson and J. Burrough, of High Wycomb, Bucks, bankers, at GuidhalU, London. Debility ( originating in whatever Souree), are relieved and frequently cured by Whitehead's Essence of Mustard fills, after every other Means have failed. The Fluid Essence of Mustard ( used with the Pills, in those Complaints where necessary) is perhaps the most active, penetrating, and effectual Remedy in the World, generally curing the severest SPRAINS AND BRUISES, in less than Half the Time usually taken by any other Liniment or Embrocation ; and if used immediately after any Accident, it preventsthe Part turning black. Prepared only, and sold by R. Johnston, Apo Bloxham, and Marriott, Banbury; Wilcox, " Tow- cester; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport - Pagnell; Newcomb, and Drakard, Stamford; Harrod, Harbo- rough; Okely, and Palgrave, Bedford; Wheeler, Aylesbury ; Mather, Wellingborough ; and Drakard, Uppingham. *** 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- i ticity, that each Bill of Directions is signed with the ! Name of C. KKARSLEY, in Hand- Writing: and on Servants cannot be imposed on, the the Outside, whereby thecary, No. 15, Greek- Street, Solio, London; at I Stamp is printed, iy Permission of his Majesty's Honour- Is. 9d. each Box or Bottle. They are also sold by 1 able Commissimtrs'of Stamps, thus:— the Printers ot this Paper, and every Medicine Veil- j C. KEARSLEY, der in the United Kingdom. No. 46, ffS" The Genuine has a black Ink Stamp, with the ' FLEET - STREET. Name of R. Johnston inserted on it. | None ethers are genuine. cester; Seeley, Buckingham; Palgrave, Bedford; Richardson, Stony- Stratford ; Loggin', Aylesbury; Sanderson, Thrapston; York Se Summers,' Oundl'e ; Horden, and Jacob, Peterborough; Munn, Kettering; Emery, and Fox, St. Neots; Jenkinson, Huntingdon ; Wallis, Olney; Mather, Wellingborough; and by all the principal Venders of Medicines in the United Kingdom. SOLOMON'S GUIDE TO HEALTH. This Day is published, Price 3s. in one Volume, Octavo, of near 300 Pages, wit, h an elegant Portrait of the Author, A new Edition ( with Additions), of AGUIDE to HEALTH; or, ADVICE to both SEXES, in a Variety of Complaints; explaining the most simple and efficacious Remedies for those Diseases which are treated on under the following Heads, viz. Asthma, Observations on Bathing, Bash- fulness, Bowels, Cold, Consumption, Nervous Dis- eases, Dejection, Deficiency of natural Strength, Difference between Venereal Symptoms and those often mistaken for them, Digestion, Fits, Gout, Heart- burn, Hysteric Ail'ections, Leprosy, I. owness of Spirits, Loss or Defect of Memory, weak Nerves, Rheumatism, Scurvy, Scrofula, & c. & c.— To which is added, an Essay on an incidental Disease, and con- sequent Weakness. By S. SOLOMON, M. D. For the very excellent Character of this Work, see the different Reviews. *** Upwards of 95,000 Copies have actually been sold of " Solomon's Guide to Health," as certified under the Hands of the Printers themselves. A Num- ber so uncommonly large must be the best Criterion of the Merit of the Wark, and the Approbation of the Publut. London: Printed for th; Author; and sold by Mathews & Leigh, No. 18, Strand, and IT. D. Sy- monds, Paternoster- Row ; also by all Booksellers in the United Kingdom, Price 3s. only, free of Carriage. -. JROPS, in removing glandular Obstructions, improving the Ap- petite, and destroying that Irritation causing Head, ach, Sense of Weight, Nervous Affections, Sec. gives full Value to this Antiscorbutic, as when employed in Gout, Rheumatism, Ulcerations, or Scrofula. Mr. SPILSBURY is not accountable for any. Mixture sold, unless the Words " By the King's Patent" are inserted at Length on the Bill of Directions, Bottle, and Wrapper; the Stamp also ( the King's Ontv) is printed in black Ink instead of red Ink. Sold at the Dispensary, No. 15, Solio- Square, London, in Pot- tles of 5s. 6d. 10s. and =£. 1 2s. Duty included.— Compound Essence 8s. Sold also by tl . Printers of this Paper; Mr. Okely, and Mr. Palgrave, Bedford; Mather, Wel- lingborough; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry ; Corrall, Lutter- worth ; and by most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. CORDIAL BALM or GILEAD. Extract if a Letter from Mr. S. Hazard, Bath. \ Lady a few Days since called upon me, and J~\_ declared that your CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD had saved the Life of her Friend; another Lady as- sured me that she was cured of a violent Nervous Complaint by a few Bottles, and that, when she began taking it, she could not write, or scarcely at- tend to any Thing. To Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House. The CORDIAL BA LM of Gi I. EAD is sold in Bottles, Price Half- a- Guinea each; there are also Family Bottles, Price 33s. containing equal to four Bottles at 10s. 6d. by which the Patient saves 9s. including also the Duty. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by the Printers of this Paper; also. Retail, by Marshall, and Edge, North- ampton ; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Dawson, and Harrod, Harborough; Marriott, Banbury ; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Richardson, Stony - Stratford ; Edge, and Mather, Wellingborough; Robins, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Okely, and Palgrave, Bedford; Fox, St. Neots i Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, Loicester; by the Printers of the Country News, papers; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, Sec. ill every principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver MARKETS.— London, March 2. We had to- day what was deemed a middling supply of Wheat, and which, of good quality, sold treely, upon quite as high terms as last Monday.— The arrivals of Barley have been considerable; this article is nevertheless in demand, and dearer.— Malt likewise obtains better prices.— Grey Peas, of prime quality, and Old Horse Beans, are dearer.— Oats, of which we have many arrivals, are upon the de- cline.— Other articles steady, at last quotation. Wheat.. 50s. to60s. 68s. Fine Do. — s. to 70s. 76s. Rye . .. 36s. to 46s. Od. Barley.. 32s. to 39s. Od. Malt. .. 64s. to 72s. Od, Oats 20s. to26s. S0s. HorseBeans38s. to 42s. Od. Tick Ditto 30s. to 38s. Od. White Peas 50s. to 70s. Oct. Grey Ditto 36s. to 48s. Otl. PRICE of FLOUR.— Fine 0s. to 70s. Od. HOPS, per Pocket. — Kent, 51. 10s. to 61. 10s.— Sussex, 51. 5s. to 61. 0s.— Farnham, 91. 0s. to 101. Os. SMITHFIELD, March 2. To sink the offal. Ox Beef, 4s. 4.1. to 5s. 6d. Wether Mutton, 4s. 8d. to 5s. 8d. Veal, 5s. Od. to 6s. 6d. Pork, 5s. Od. to 6s. Od. i Sold this day, Beasts, 1600— Sheep and Lambs, 12,500. NEWGATE and LEADENHALL, March 2. By the I carcase. Beef, 3s. 4d. to4s. 6d. Mutton, 4s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Veal, 4s. Sd. to 6s. Od. Pork, 5s. Od. . to 6s. Od. TALLOW.— Town, 60s. Od. White Russia, 52s. 6d. to — s. Od. ( Soap), — s. Od. to 52s. Od. Melting Stuff, — 3. to 4- ls. Od. Ditto rough, — s. to 30s. Good Dregs, 10s. Od. Graves, lis. od. LEATHER, per lb. Butts, 50 to 561b. 22d. to 23d. Ditto, 60 to 651b. 24d. to 26d. Merchants' Backs, 21d. to22d. Dressing Hides, 17d. to 18 § d. FineCo « ch- Hides, lSJd. to20d. Crop Hides for cutting, 21d. to Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Docu- i 23id. Flat ordinary, 17d. to 18$ d. Calfskins, 30 to ments noted therein. ,101tx per ( toz. 26d. to 36d. Ditto, 50 to 701b. per ( pr Dr. Solomon, when consulted, expects his ; doz. 33d. to 39cl. Ditto, 70 to 80lb. 32d. to S4d. usual Fee of Haif- a- Gttinea. Such Letters should, I Small Seals, per lb. 42d. to 45d. Large Ditto, per for Safety, be thus directed—" Money Letter, Dr. doz. 100s. to 140s. Goat Skins, — s. to — 3. pet Solomon, Giltad- House, near Liverpool." J doz. Tanned Horse- Hides, 20s. to 33s. per Hide. N O R T H A M P T O N : Printed and Published by and for T. DICEY and IV. SUTTON.
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