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Date of Article: 31/10/1807
Printer / Publisher: T. Dicey and W. Sutton 
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Vol. 87. ort^ ampton erturp. FEISL SA « ,, p ft - H : UFE CO SATURDAY, October 31, 1807. No. 34. Readv Money is expected > with Advertisements. > J Circulated through every Town and populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Leicester, Huntingdon, i i Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, Oxford, Warwick; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. > PRICE SIXPENCE, > S'amp- l'" fv ' " • I I aper and^ nnt ••:', jd. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. LONDON, Oct. 27. THE King has been graciously pleased to give and grant unto Charles Stephens, of Kencot, in the county of t txford, Esq. his royal licence and authority, that lie may take and use the sur- name of Loder only, in compliance with an injunction contained in the last will and testament of Charles Lotier, late of Lechlade, in the county of Gloucester, Esq- deceased.— Gazette. New- York Papers to the 20th ult. have been received. They contain a curious article copied froir. a paper printed at Halifax, in Nova Scotia, in which it is stated that M- ireau and Bonaparte have been reconciled; and that apian ha," been formed for the conquest of British America, in order to erect that part of the world into mounted and dismounted Light Horsemen, under the command of Colonel Ravenscroft. Their* arrival at the Bank attracted a very great crowd — This money made part of the subsidy intended for Russia, which was sent off some time ago. Twenty of the ringleaders in the mutiny on board the Jason, are about to be tried at Halifax. It appears, that their project was merely to desert from the ship, and not to injure their officers; hut, while they were differing about who should stand as sentinels over the officers who were below, the latter rushed'On deck, and quelled the mutiny. We hear with infinite pleasure, that the Railleur sloop of war, which was reported to have been lost on the 30th ult. was only dismasted in the gale of that day, and was in safety on the 4th instant. The Yigilant, of London, which, according to information received at Lloyd's, has been captured new .. f ' - Monarchy. Of this state it is suggested, that ( tfflf Cape 1 torn, was a vessel of considerable value, Moreau should be the Sovereign, under the title of King of Acadia and built the Canadas. Various opinions are in circulation respecting the progress of our discussions with the Govern- ment of the United vtates. It has been asserted, that a letter has been communicated to a person of leading influence in the shipping interest, from an authoritau,^ quarter; in which it is si. ited, that Government entertain sanguine expectations of an amicable and satisfactory adjustment with the Americans. It is on the other hartd, however, asserted, that the real state of lliu business is by no means so favourable; and that the pretensions of the two Governments are still very far asunder. It has been slated that Mr Monroe, the Ame- rican Ambassador, instead of proceeding directly to his own country, would first pay a visit to Paris A conclusion was thence drawn, that a commu- nication was thus about to be opened between our Government and that of France with a view to negotiation. It turns out that there is no truth in this report. Although the Papers by the Gottenburgh Mails furnish a variety of details, there is still nothing in ihem that can enable us to judge with certainty of the intentions of Russia. A strong expectation of an embargo on British vessels had prevailed in the Russian ports, but it does not appear, from the latest accounts, that it had been imposed. The masters of the British ships at Riga and Cron- Stadt had been advised by Lord Granville Levison Gower and Sir S Sharp, our Consul- General, to remain and complete their cargoes, as there ho longer existed any reason to apprehend their detention. A fleet of Russian men of war has appeared in the hound. It appears that they were returning from Archangel; and some speculators are ot opinion, that tlieir recall into the Baltic is out of precaution auainst the fcnglish, and betokens a hostile disposition. A letter from Gottenburgh, of the 8th, states, that the Danish Government had issued letters of marque and Reprisals against the ships of this country ; and that a considerable number of pri- vateers were fitting out at llolstein, Sleswic. k, & c. It is added, that 11 privateers would be ready to sail from Bergen ( Norway) during the present month. Several ships and transports, laden with part of the contents of the Danit. li arsenals, amounting to 86 sail, iiodai convoy of the Inflexible, of 64 guns, sailed from Elsineur on the 4th inst. I'he weather was adverse; and, after attempting ineffectually, during five days, to grl through the Catiegat, they were obliged to take shelter in Oottenburgh. An officer of the Leyden, of 61 guus, arrived on Sunday with advices to this effect. He left Got- tenburgh in the packet which sailed on the 13th instant At that date, an English frigate, and six sail of heavy- laden transports, homeward- bound, had been driven into the roads. 1 he whole of the ships of war, transports, & c. were expected to clear'the Sound by the 17th instant. The report of a Russian ship of the line having got aground on the Saintholm, is confirmed ; but this was the extent of her danger. Letters from Bundlecund, dated in February last, received from Bombay, overland, state, that the strong fortress of Chumeer, in the district of Koonah, some time in the possession of irregular troops, whose depredations had disturbed that dis- trict, has been carried by assault, by a detachment under the command of Colonel Hawkins, led by Captain Delamain, after a most obstinate and desperate resistance; the whole of the garrison, consisting of 300 men, were either killed within the fort, or by the cavalry, in attempting to escape. Lieutenant M'Gregor, of his Majesty's 17th foot, and Lieutenant M'Queen, of the ist Native Infantry, were killed, with thirty or forty Europeans and natives. The nephew of Runjcet Sing, it was rumoured, was among th# slain. The French troops, which had taken up their quarters at Elbing and its vicinity, have broken up, and, according to letters from Konigsburgh, of the tOth ult. are withdrawing towards Germany. Bonaparte has sent presents to Alexander, to the value of sixteen millions of livres, comprising some porcelain of the greatest beauty. The Emperor Alexander continues to heap com- pliments on the French General Savary: he was lately invited to the theatre of the Hermitage, a distinction w hich, since the time of Catharine, has not been shewn to any stranger, cxcept the late Duke of Brunswick. Letters from our squadron, off Ferrol, dated the 13th instant, were received yesterday They state, that the enemy's ships in that harbour were per- fectly ready for sea, having their sails bent, and the crpws constantly trained to the guns. It is expected they will attempt to put to sea, the mo- ment they perceive a favourable opportunity to elude the vigilance of our squadron, which con- sists of L'Achille, Audacious, and Theseus, of the line, besides frigates and sloops, under the com- mand of Sir Richard King. The enemy's force consists of four sail of the line, besides frigates and sloops. The Astrea frigate of 32 guns, Captain Dunbar, arrived on Saturday, at Rochester, from the North Sea, laden with silver. The silver was all in bars, about fifteen inches in length, four broad, and three thick, and strongly packed in wooden boxes. On 1' riday and Saturday, thirty- seven artillery waggons, from London, arrived at Rochester, for the purpose of conveying the treasure to town. The silver was lauded at the Dock yard, and the *— waggons loaded on the Saturday night; and on Sunday morning, about half- past seven o'clock, they set off from Chatham Dock- yard to London. The waggons were all loaded with a ton each, except onej which returned from Rochester empty, in case of an accident on the road. The amount of the whole, escort included, was 37 artillery waggons, 182 horses, and 131 men. At one o'clock yesterday the waggons arrived at the Bank. They were escorted bv two numerous parties of to have lost a sister, and who received an order for the expences of her funeral, proceeding still farther to demand money for lost apparel, ear- rings, & c. was taken to Hatton- Garden by Mr. C. Dibdin, Mr. PULLEY, SURGEON. AMPTHILL, Beds, r|", AKES this Opportunity of returning hi I grateful Thanks tor the distinguished Patronage his most juti. and clearly convicted, of the imposition on i shewn him in Profession by She had above 100,000 dollars on board. Two ships, of 74 guns each, are to be built at Northfleet and Harwich, to be called the Glou- cester and the Scarborough. The plan for putting the army agency business into commission, under a public board, is aban- doned; but the plan suggested by the late Minis- ters, for putting the barrack department under a board o commissioners, is to be carried into exe- cution. In the course of last week, nine French Officers, who had broken their parole at Crediton, have been apprehended and committed to gaol at Exeter. Four of them were taken near Thorverton, about which neighbourhood they had wandered three days and nights with nothing to subsist on but turnips, and such fare as they could collect from the fields and hedges. Mr. Paul I, we hear, is further from recovery than ever. He has undergone another painful operation, which confines him for the present to his bed. J. WAIINER, 16, Cornhill, London, informs the holders of Supplementary I u kets and Shares, not receiving money, that their identical numbers will be drawn over again in the Supplementary Lottery, of only 6000 Tickets, giving them the chance of the great Prizes of J .20,000, £. 10,000, One Thousands, Five Hundreds, & c. & c & c. without any additional expeuceor trouble of changing their numbers. On Fridav, a Court- martial was held on board his'Majesty's sjiip Salvador del Mundo, in llamoafce, to try Mr. T homas Forest, Master of his Majesty's ship L'Aigle, tor disobedience and contempt: both, charges being 1' ufly proved, the prisoner was sen- tenced to bo dismissed from his situation in the navy, and rendered incapable of serving in such situation in future, and to serve before the mast on board such ship as the Commander in Chief at Plymouth shall please to direct. On Friday last William Chapman, lately com- mander of a ship in the Guinea trade, sent home by order of Admiral Cochrane, was charged, at the T hames Police-' Iffice, with the wilful murder of Henry Johnson, his boatswain, in the Middle Passage, on the 24th of April last. Five sailors' detailed a scene of unprecedented cruelty exercised on the deceased, who, driven to desperation, out his throat. Mr. Scott, t, le deposed to his having sewed up the wound, and that the deceased was in a state of convalescence, when a fresh rupture broke out between the prisoner and the deceased, which induced the latter to jump overboard. He was, however, saved, when the prisoner gave him a very severe correction. Other instances of excessive severity were also stated, which at length induced the unhappy man to put an end to his life.— l etters were also pro- duced, proving au attempt of the prisoner to mduce the witnesses to suppress their evidence. After a ' long investigation of tin- business, he was remanded for another examination. A Colonel Crichton has invented a carriage for the safe removal of sic^ and wounded s- idiers, which has received a public testimony of appro- bation from the Edinburgh College of Surgeons. T hat learned body state the machine to be per- fect in its kind, simple in its construction, and admirably calculated to mitigate the sufferings of those requiring its application. A young gentleman in Dundee has juSt invented and finished a model of a dour, which, when once locked, it is impossiblefor a stranger to open; and in case of a thief making the attempt, it is equally impossible for him to avoid being caught in the act, and detained on the spot, until a person acquainted with the invention comes to his relief. It. will be found highly beneficial for the security of banking and counting houses, repositories of plate, & c.— Should the attempt be made on the latter, in any gentleman's town or country residence, in the ab- sence of the family, the delinquent will inevitably be starved to death for his temerity, unless relieved by a person entirely acquainted with the proper method of opening it. , On Thursday last, the Lord Mayor narrowly escaped drowning. He had beeii to the Midway, to hold a Court of Conservancy, and on his return, a squall laid the boat on her beam ends, with the sail in the water. By the activity of the men on board, she was most extraordinarily prevented from filling. Qarnerin, in his second aerial v oyage, by night, which took place at T'ivoli, at half- past ten on the 21st ult. experienced a dreadful storm, and the tempest frequently drove him against the sides and tops ot mountains. After experiencing a variety of disasters, in the uiidst of crashes of thunder, and lying half an hour in the boar, in a state of insensibility, the balloon at length lodged upon Mount Tonnerre, where, with the assistance of some peasants, he landed in a forest at the side of the mountain, at half- past five iu the morn- ing, having gone 100 leagues ( French) in seven hours and a half. Wood is said to be again matched to run Capt. Barclay, for 1000 guineas a aide, over Doncaster course, iu the spring. Wood is to give the Cap- tain five miles in five hours running. Two hundred a side have been put down by the Manchester people, and to name when the remainder of the money is to be put down.— Wood is to be trained by little old Ben, the famous Lancashire trainer, and is to go into train- ing about the middle of November. A new opponent is to be started against Captain Barclay, Lieutenant F airman, proved his prowess on the turf, will be backed for any sum against the Captain, taking precisely the uesdav last. The name of this unprincipled woman is Martha H'aynes. A fire broke out, nt two o'clock yesterday morn- ing, at Mr. Moggridge's, shoemaker, iu Fleet- street. It commenced in the kitchen, and burnt with such rapidity, that the family had hardly time to make their escape. The interior of the house, and the furniture, were reduced to ashes. The adjoining house, tiie Old Saloop Coffee- house, was very much damaged ; the garrets were entirely burnt, with part of the second floor, and had it not been for the timely assistance of the engines, the whole of the house would have been burnt to the ground. The back premises of Mr. Waithmau and of Mr. Brassbridge, were both damaged. A very singular discovery was made last weel/ in the parish of Lambeth. A footman, servant to an old gentleman, who is lately ( lead, sent a letter to the son of the deceased, informing him that he was possessed of sundry articles, the property of his late master, and which were ready to be deli- vered to him. In conscqucnce of this letter, a search was made, and, to the great astonishment of the party, several large boxes, containing pro- perty of various kinds, were found, viz. money, securities, plate, wearing - apparel, and many other articles, supposed to be worth <£. 2000, which he had collected at different times. His master, in whose service he had lived near 20 years, had during that time placed in liiin implicit confi- dence. Sinimonds, the wretch who murdered the ladies at Hoddesdon, confessed to the gaoler at Hertford, on Saturday, the whole transaction. He stated that he attempted to stab the maid, but the knife went into her hand; and the moment he was making the second attempt, " he heard a kind of fluttering noise behind him, and on looking back, saw a brown figure, with wings extended, which frightened him so much, that he let the maid take the knife out of his hand, and crawled out of the back door, on his hands and knees, and the figure followed him to che garden gate;" that he then saw no more of it, and fled to a cow- shed, and covered himself with straw, where he lay until he was taken — and ti. at it is impossible for any person to con- ceive the state of his mind since the transaction. a generous Public. The Success- Mr. P. has had in the present fever and Sore Throat ( under a Divine Blessing) has greatly increased his Connections, from the friendly Re- commendations ot his numerous Patients, many ot vvoom would have been suffocated had not Openings been made in the Throat, and Blisters applied. Mr. PULI. EV, for the Benefit ot his particular Friends and toe' Public in gen ral, attends any Distance within twelve . vlile> ot Anipthill. Mr. PULLEY has no Doubt in his Mind bur that many valuable Lives have been lost by the unSkilful Administration of Vomits, parti, c.:- uly from petty Shopkeepers recommending of them, without con- sidering the avvtul Consequences that must follow, from obliging the Stomach to endeayour to empty itself of its Contents, when the upper Orifice is so closed up by the Swelling in the Throat and sur- rounding Parts, as to cause Sujfccation instead of Evacuation. ( f- jT Wanted immediately, An APPRENTICE. After the first Day of December next, Mr. Pulley will be in want of an Assistant, properly qualified to exe A. se the different Branches of ' he Profession. A C^ f'- .' sate of los Qualifications and good Character will •'(>• „,; J. O it V E N TRY ACCOMMODATION COACH. rpHE Public are lvspi ctfullv informed, that the 1 above COACH w . i leav •' DAVKMRV at Half- past Hye in the Mm. d g, and I at nie same Hour, during uie Winter Season* Performed by the Public's obedient Servants, N n « .-,. • K OAV1 n .. V Co. • Will not be accountable for a;. y i u - 1 Package, or Passengei's Luggage, above ine Value ot live rounds, unless entered as such and .. aid for accordingly. WHEREAS TUKEE J'Wf have b. c public. y cried OCTOBER 19th, 1U07. O- MIEAR EWES ,„ pUMieiv, cried in different Market towns Since tile oi stepvirfccr. Notice is hrrely Bv CRA8I. EJ But, Of Sw. o'i„ i the County of Northampton, that the said Ewe >' iil So old to defray their Fx-.- nc.- ( if not owned before Die ^ th of November next. , and ue further Notice will be given. To r| W. Rev. I Satisfaction BLEICIILEY, Oct. 27 th, 1807. R. MIDGLP'. Y, for the general of his numerous Friends and the Public, teels great Pleasure in being able to com- mumeatc to tlu- m the agreeable Intelligence that the FEVER, which has been, and is still, very prevalent in many Parts ot the Country, has entirely subsided in his SEMINARY, at BLETCHLEY ; that his Pupils are all perfectly well, and closely engaged wiih their Studies; and in the imporant Trust committed to him, i- e cannot but express, at the same Time, his warmest Acknowledgments, and best Thanks, for ihe very distinguished support and Confidence he has experienced from them. GENERAL INFIRMARY, NORTHAMPTON, OCTOBER 24, 1807. THIS is to give Notice, That on SATURDAY the 7th Day of NOVEMBER next, will lie held a General Couri, at Twelve o'ClLck in the Forenoon, to take the Reports, of the Committee concerning the present State of this society. And such Persons as wish to serve the Infirmary, are desired to send their Pro- posals, sealed up, to the Secretary, on or before Twelve o'Clock on that Day, mentioning at what Rate they are willing to furnish the following Ar- ticles, for the ensuing Quarter, viz. BUTCHERS' MEAT, FLOUR, BREAD, made of all good Wheat, in Loaves of 14 Ounces each. CANDLES, RICE, Sue AR, and SOAP, in order that the most reasonable may be accepted. And it is further requested, that the Bills due by the Infirmary to the 7th of November next, may be then sent in to be examined and discharged. By Order of the Committee, W. TNG MAN, Secretary. For the Benefit of the inferior Parochial Clergy of the County of' Northampton. rl IIE Trustees of the Estates devised by the Will I of the late Sir EDWARD NICOLLS, Baronet, deceased, to charitable Uses, Give this public Notice, That at their Annual Meeting, which will be holden on THURSDAY the TWELFTH Day of NOVEMBER next, they ahall dispose ot the unappropriateu Parts ot the Produce of those Estates, in Benefactions to Clergy- men who are Incumbents upon small Livings within the County of Northampton; and thai all due Atten- tion will be paid to the Applications of such Clergy- men as shall be made Defore the said twelfth Day of November, by Letters addressed to Mr. William Tyler Smyth, ai his Olfice in Northampton, setting forth every Circumstance ot Ecclesiastical or other Income, of Fam ly,- of Health, and of whatever else may give the tallest Information to the Trustees . f the Claimants' Title to their Favour. Clergymen possessed only of Curacies, or of Bene- -^ cies. to which Institution and Induction are not necessary, are not deemed Objects of these Bene- factions Northampton, October Uth, 1807. To Coach and Waggon- Masters. To be LETT, with immediate Possession, rpWO good warm STABLES, one for eight, s and tlie other for nine Horses, on the West Chester Road, 29 Miles from Loudon. To treat for tl) e above, apply to Mr. STAINER, at the Hell Inn, Market- Street, Beds. ( JT R STAINER, formerly of the Sun Inn, at the above Place, ar. d late of the Cock Inn, Wing, Bucks, returns his most grateful Thanks to his Friends and the Public for the liberal Encouragement lie met with during the Time he was at the above Inns, and informs them that he has fitted up the Bn. L INN in a comfortable Manner; has good Beds, and warm Stable-.— Neat Wines and Spirits, ot the best Qualities, Wholesale and Retail, on the lowest Terms.— All Orders will be thankfully received, duly attended to, and most gratefully acknowledged. TURNPIKE- TOLLS TO HE LET1'. XfOTIC'E is hereby given, That the TOLLS L\ aiising at the Toll- Gate upon the Turnpike- Road leading from Dunchurch to Hillmorton, in the County of Warwick, and from thence to Saint James's- End, in the Parish of Huston, tu the County of Northampton, called or known by the Name of the HII. I MOKTO GATE, will be LETT by AUt'TION, to the Best Bidder, at the House of Mr. WALTON, known by the Sign ot the FOX- AND- HOUNDS, at HARLESTON, in the said County of Northampton, on I- RIDAY the SIXTH Day of NOVEMBER next, 7. ToV 1 i ! i betwir. i the Hours of Twelve and Four o'Clock, in WHO has ane. iay i t,) e Ma, mer ( lirected hv ,| le Act pass:. d in , he 13th Year of His present Majesty's Reign, for regulating th • Turnpike- Roads; which Tolls will be put up at such Sum as th - Trustees of the said Turnpike- Roid shall think fit. Whoev- r happ'. s to be the Best Bidder, must at th same Tim." give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to tile Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turn- pike- Road, for Payment cf the Rent agreed tor, and UNION CANAL. T- MIE Proprietors of the LEICESTERSHIRE and NORTHAMPTONSHIRE UNION CANAL are requested to talte Notice, that their next Half- yearly General Assembly will be h- ld at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, on ONDAY the 16th Day ot NOVEMBER, 1807, at the BELL INN, LEICESTER CARTER & WARTNABY, Clerks to the Company. STONY- STRATFORD, Oct. 27th, 1807. AIL Persons who have any Claim or Demand oi, the Estate and Effects of Mr THOMAS GODFREY, late of STONY- STRATFORD, in thr> County of Bucks, Farrier, deceased, are desired to send an Account thereof to Mr. Joseph Key Bail) , of Shenley, in the said County of Bucks, Gcnilemau ; Mr. Thomas Godfrey, of Stony- Mratford aforesaid; or Mr. J. F. Congreve, of the same Place, Solicitor; the Executors of the said Thomas Godfrey, deceased; in o.- der that the same may be discharged.— Xnd all Persons standing indebted to the said Estate and Effects, are requested to pay the Amouni of their respeciive Debts to the said Joseph Key Baily, Thomas Godfrey, or J. F. Congreve, without Delay. RESIDENCE, To be LETT, UNFURNISHED, And may be entered upon immediately, ALL that neat and convenient HOUSE, J V pleasantly situated at PiTSHJRD, about five Miles from Northampton, in the M .. ket- Harborough Road, and in the Centre of the Puchley and Althoip Hunts ; consisting of a large Hall, Dining and break- fast- Rooms, Kitchen, Brewhouse, Dair), Sec. on the Ground Floor; sufficient Cellars; go. d Chambers and Dressing Rooms; suitabf: attached and detached Offices; Coach- House, Stable , ahd Granaries; a good'Garden and Shrubbery, tastefully laid out, with or without the Use of two Closes ot Land.— The Whole forming a very comfortabl Residence. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. GARLICK, Tebwurth, near Dunswb e, Bed » ; or of Mr. Km. SHAW, Surveyor and Auctioneer, Northampton. To Bukers. To be LET T, And entered upon immediately, AN old- established BAKEH'lUsEand DWEL- LING- IIOUSE. with a Stable, Barns, and other Conveniences adjoining the artie, with thp- e Closes of Sv . itd a: id one i. lose of Arable Land, at FENNY- STRATFORD, in the Parish of SIMPSO , Bucks, in the Occupation of William Hart, who will shew the Premies For further Particulars, apply to RICHARD HENSON, Maid's- Morion Mill, near Buckingham. To be so L D by AUCTION, By JOSEPH DUDLEY, On Thursday the 5th Day of November, 1807, at the Bel! Inn, in Winslow, Bucks, between the Horns ot Three and Five in the Afternoon, under such Conditions of Sale as will be then produced, ANeat and compact COPYHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with Garden, Wash- House, Stable, and other convenient Out. offices thereunto adjoining and belonging, forming a very desirable Residence for a small gerteel Family, pleasantly situate in WINSLOW aforesaid, and cow in the Occupation of Mr. Charles Willi,, Solicitor, who will shew the Premises. Freeholds. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. K N / B B, On Wednesday the 4th of November, 1807, at the Swan Inn, in Newport- Pagnell, Bucks, between the Hours of Five and Eight o'Clock in the Evening, rpWO compact FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or I TENEMENTS, desirably situated for Trade, in the Centre of the CORN- MARKET ( between two capital Inns), ir. the Town of NE Wt'O RT- PAG- NELL afore, aid ; the one now in the Occupation of Mr. Foster ( the present Owner), Saddler and Collar and Harness - Maker, who removes at Christmas next to ti e H . use of Mr. Moore, Saddler, in tiie High- Street, where the Business will be carried on under the Firm of Moore & Foster. The premises where Mr. Foster now resides, are well calculated for any Business requiring Room; comprising a Shop in Front, with a large projecting Window; comfortable Dwelling- louse, and Sleeping- Rooms; wi'. ha Brewhouse, back Kitchen, a large Yard, with convenient Storehouses, extensive Stabling, and other Out- buildings; also a Well of good Water, with a Lead Pump. The House adjoining is in the Occu- pation of A. Mills, Tenant at Will; also a small Tenement in the Yard. Commons to the two Houses in Bury Field for four Head of Cattle, also a Cut of Grass in Bury Meadow, adjoining. The Premises may be viewed by applying on the Spot; and to treat for the same by Private Contract, apply to the AUCTIONEER. be LETT, or SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, AnS cur nn iwmcdiut '•, A fet^' 1' Olt/:.': ERr and STREFT, O I. N E Y, Bucks*. ' l or Particulars, enquire of RICHARD HUMPHREYS Grocer and Draper, Sherrington, near Olriey. To be SOLD by PRIV. VtYcONTR- iCT-" A BOUT SIX ACRES of GRASS LAND, in . the Parish of NAPTON- ON- THl-.- I; lLL. in the County of Warwick. For Particulars, and to treat for the Put- chase, apply to . Vies R BICKF. IL & WYKIIAK, Solicitors Banburv, Oxfordshire. same odds he ret/ uirt d from Wood. An fri. iA gentleman iliinks that Capt. Barclay's armorial arms ought to be a pair of .' Many unprincipled wretches, pretending to be related to the deceased su- tferers at Sadler's- Wells, have applied to the l heatre foi relict, and some I at such Times as thev shall direct, have actually received money; till tne imposition I ^ ° RDER OF THE WM. TR? SMYTH Clerk, becoming evident, one of them, who pretended j October 17it, 1807. ' ' Houghton- cum- Wkitton. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By RICHARD SMITH, On Tuesday the 17th of November, 1S07, at the Fountain Inn, in Huntingdon, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, AValuable COPYHOLD ESTATE, in Houghton, in the County of Huntingdon, now in the Oc- cupation of Mr. Jeremiah Johnson, in the following Lots, viz. LOT I. A. R. P. A Farm . House and Cottage, with other Buildings, & c. and a Homeclose adjoining 4 LOT II. A Close of Arable Land, North of the Road to St. Ives 5 LOT III. A very eligible Parcel ot Arable, Pasture, and Meadow Land, with a Barn and Yard on the Premises 82 LOT IV. A Close of Pasture, in Vessel- Lane, near the Town 1 LOT V. Another Close, in Ditto 1 LOT VI. A Close of Pasture, called Pisspot- Lane Close - 4 Mr. JER EMIAH JOHNSON, the Tenant, will the Premises ; and further Particulars may be had on Application ( Post- paid) to Mr, B » aK* i.* Y, of Biggen, neat Oundle. 2 6 2 22 2 38 1 2 0 16 2 7 shew To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, \ Capital and very desirable FREEHOLD - fl. ESTATE; consisting of a' substantial farm- House, ind about 300 Acres ( in a Ring Fence) of exceeding ri. h Land ( chiefly Pasture ar. d M- idovv), situate at RADBORNL, in the County of Warwick Together with every fourth Tumor Right ot Presental tion to the Rectory ot Radborne.— This Estate is sub- ject to no parochial Kates or Assessments. Apply to Mr. BURTOM, Attorney, Davehtry. Nap ton, Warwickshire. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Y"' y eligible FREEI. I ;. D ESTATE, I vthe- /" V free, cither, i, gether or in the following Lots •— Lot. I. Twenty- six Acres ofgooi. A able, Meadow, and Pastur.- Land ( the greater Part Meadow and Pas- ture), wirh a new- built Barn, Hovel, aivi Siable thereon, silua'e near to the Junction ot tin- Warwick and Napoui wiih the Oxford Canal, in the Occupation ot the Trustees of the late Mr. Slieaisbv. Lot 2. Twenty- four Acre- of valuable Pasture Land, adjoining Lot 1, and the Warwic1; and Napton Canal, in the Occupation ot Mi. Richard Gardner. N. B. If required, a considerable 1' ait ot the I u'r- chase Morey may remain upon Securit). For further Particulars, and to treat for the Pur- chase, apply at the Offlce of Messrs. TOMES & BLRMAN, Solicitors, Southam. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, on the Borders of LEICESTERSH IRE. Noble a< id extensive Demesne, ancient Manor. House, capital Farms, Land.,, an.: IVoods, uear/ y ' Ij, e- Jne, upwards of Ttoo Thousand Fi -< Hundred Acus.' To be SOLD bv . AUCTION, By Mr. ROBINS, At Gatravvay's Coffee- House, in I-. x liame- Alley, Cornhill, Lone . , on I aesdav the - 4th of Novem ber next, at Twelve o'Clock, in Lots, ' I HE capital and very eligible FRF. F. UOID * ESTAVE, V !' V F. I.' t. - five . tej from Market-'.:. ar. d Is - :: ,. in . | le County of North . ip'. on, it" l'n., r .. a MA. N; comprising an \ NCIKNT VI A,-. SION- ILO. SE, with Domestic Offices of all Descriptit t . d- docks ; eligible and desirable Fa. m » of ruh. int : ed Meadow. Pasture, and Arable I a, d w h i, uirm. e Building-, ami ornainented with fine Timber, d. v . d by thriving Hedges, and lying w-. hin a Hi g Fence, comprising upwards of ( j. e Thousand Two Hunarei Acres, lett to respectable Tenants at Will; vMtii tfie MANORIAL RIGHTS, Cottages, Wa te G- oui. ds, and other valuable Appurtenances.— Also PIPWtl. l;. WOODS, in Hand, containing upwards ot Three HunareU and Fifty Acres, well stocked witli tine . Oak and other Timber, and Underwood.— The capital, extensive, and thriving WOODS, comprising l . iri of ROCKINCHAM- FORFST, and adjoining rlu Pipwell Estare; situate in the Parishes of MIDDLE 1" I1N, COTTIMG, and OAKl. EY, in the said County, containing upwards of Nine Hundred and Sezc- ty Acres, with the Timber and Underwood * . thereon.— The Whole of these valuable Estates being nearly Tythe- free, compact, and commanding a fine ract of one of the first Counties, forms a most eligible Property for a Nobleman or Gentleman wishing to invest their Money in Land The Estates may be viewed by applying to Mr. John Essam, at the Mansion, where t'articulars may he had ; also at the George, Kettering; the principal Inns at Market- Harbor, ugh; Three- Crane . Lei- cester; George, Northamp: on; Swa. , Newport;* Post House, Wei lord ; of T. G. Parr, Fsq. Litch- field; at the Hen - and - Chickens, Birmingham; George, Woburn; Sugar- loaf, Durstable; White- Hart, St. Alban's; Red l ion, Barnef ; of Mr. Thomab Trumper, Harelield, Middle ex ; at Gar- raway's; and of Mr. Robins, Warwick - Strict, Golden- Square, London, wheie a Plan of the Estate may be seen. KINGSTHRTRPE. Freehold Estate, Tythe- free, and the Land ' lax redeemed. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the George Inn, in Northampton, on Wednesday the 25th Day of November next, between the Hours of Four and Six o'Clock in the Afternoon, subjcct to such Conditions of Sale as shall then be produced, Lot 1. TXIUR CLOSES of very good ARABLE, J MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, situate in K1NGSTHORPE. witlun the diort Distance of about one Mile and a Half from the Town of Northampton ; from whence, through Kingsthorpe, passes the Turnpike- Road to Welford; containing 72 Acres, or thereabouts ( be the same more or les,). These Closes lie together, and are bounded on . ne Side by the said Turnpike- Road to Welford, and on the other, in Part, by the River Nen. by which it is sometimes floated. The Situation of this Lot is a very desirable one to erect either a pleasant Re- sidence or a Manufactory upon, as a never- failing Rivulet of excellent Water runs through the Middle thereof, to the said River. Lot 2. A large FARM- HOUSE, with A. R. P. extensive Out - buildings, Gardens, and Orchard, containing 1 1 2 S Homeclose - 3 2 II Osier Bed 1 015 The Slang 0 0 27 6 1 19 situate near the CHURCH, in the Village of KINGSTHORPE aforesaid, and at a very short Distance only from Lot 1. This Lot is very well adapted for a Trade or Manufacture which requires extensive Buildings, as a very considerable Spring of excellent Water, which in the driest Summer never fails, runs through the Cow- Yard. These Lots are now in the several Occupations of Mr. Walton and his Undertenants, who vviH shew the same. Possession can be given to a Purchaser at Lady. Day next. For further Information, apply either to Mr. PREEST, of Fillonglev, near Coventry; or to Mr. FAIR, Solicitor, of Coventry. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, Octob. er 29. HAMBURGH and Altona Papers to the 18th instant have arrived.— They do not contain, however, any tiling that deserves particular notice, except one article, which shews that the Porte has nut submitted to the'influence of France so com- pletely as former intelligence taught us to expect. The Altona Mercury announces that the present Grand Seignior is to be the last Ottoman Sovereign ; and the offence of which he is accused, is, that he entered into negociation with Great- Britain, with- out obtaining permission from the French Ambas- sador at Constantinople. It is therefore not true that Sir Arthur Paget's propositions were insultingly rejected by the Divan, though the Moniteur has been employed in propagating a report to that effect. The long- threatened partition of Turkey will probably be effected in the course of a few months. Theseci'et treaty of Tilsit, the movements of the Trench on the side of Italy, and the promised visit of Bonaparte to that quarter, have been all regarded as preparatory to the fall of that super- annuated and decrepit empire; for which purpose a French army, to the amount of 100,000 men, is assembling in Daltnatia and Albartia. Bonaparte is expected at Milan beforeChristmas, from whence At the last annual conference of the Methodist Preachers, a resolution passed the meeting, which reflects no small degree of credit upon them as christians i—" The conference determines, that none of our Preachers employed in the West Indies shall be ut liberty to marry any person who will not previously emancipate, in the legal methods, all the slaves of whom she may be pos- sessed ; and if any of. our brethren there, already married, have by such marriage, or in any other way, become proprietors of slaves, we require those brethren to take immediate and effectual steps for their emancipation. Ordered, that the Secretary of our Mission Committee in London send a copy of this minute to every Preacher in the West Indies, and require a report next year of the manner in which it has been obeyed." RUGBY CONCERTS and BALLS. THRFE SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT'S, under the Direction of a Committee of Gentlemen, will be held at the SPREAD- EAGLE INN. Leader ot the Band, Mr. WILLIAM MARSHALL, ( From the Oxford and Birmingham Concerts J. Subscription fqr the Season 14s. Admittance to Non- Subscribers 6s. At the Close of the Season will be a Choral Night; to Which, Subscribers are admitted for 4s.; Non- Subscribers tor 7s. After each Concert will be a Ball.— Subscription Book open at Messrs. Butlin's bank. The first Concert will take Place on FRIDAY the 13th of NOVEMBER ; Particulars of which will be given in next Week's Paper. WARWICKSHIRE. RUGBY CORN - MARKET. Farmers, much neglected. So much of the profit of breeders | £ — 24th' Instantt depending upon the facility with which the milk ot • • • - • the cow inav be reserved during the suckling time Agriculture.— Among the modern improvements . . in farming, the dairy has, of late vears, been verv ' A Meeting ° V> e principal Graziers, V. MV -. IN IVhen it was unanimously resolved and agreed, lat the CORN- MARKET in future shoul That the CORN- MARKET in future~ should be held between the Hours of Eleven and One, and commence oir the 7th ot NOVEMBER next. October 28th, 1807. he will probably direct its operations against the j milk are to be added to it. VVith this beverage, Ottoman throne. At Milan he will be met by the j theyottirg animal will fatten and thrive prodigiously, j King of Bavaria, and probably by others of his : the milk of the parent will be applied to the dairy vassal Princes. I and the intelligent farmer will immediately discover The accounts of the occupation of the Seven ! the great advantage to be derived, in the produce Islands by the French, is repeated in these papers, of the dairy, from such an expedient. as well as the departure of the' Russians from Cattaro. It is stated that the transports by which they were conveyed, were prevented from landing at Trieste by was afterwards blockaded m the. p Spring Wheat.— Mr. Calthorpe has obtained the gold medal from the Society of Arts, & c. for the ,-,,-,.,.,- , i , cultivation of spring wheat on 82 acres 14 perches ,, the English,, by whom the squadron , of kn( j in G'osb|, ton f Lincolnshire. The trds blockaded m the. port of Ptsano. j whcat; which WM the borned or rough- eared sort, The foreign papers continue to assert, that King ; was sl) Wn broad cast, eight pecks per acre, be- Ferdinand of Naples and his Court have left Sicily j tween tj, e jst and 14th of April. Mr. Calthorpe for Mai ta. ' ' * The ship Mary, from Oporto, which place she left on the 6th instant, brings advice that all the vessels were then nearly ready to put to sea, and that the convoy, with the British Consul* on board, was to sail about the 10th. Some more letters are stated to have been received from the Con- tinent, which repeat the statement of the Prince j ,£. 262 15s.— The grain weighed Regent and his Court having sailed for the Brazils i Chester bushel. on the 7th or 8th instant. j Legal Novelty.— A motion for a new trial will Last night arrived a Gottenburgh Mail : the j be made in the ensuing Term, in a cause of little intelligence it- brings deserving of chief notice is i importance to the public, except on the ground . cd in the following extract of a letter, j () n which a new trial is ti A CARD. W'HKREAS I, ELIZABETH STAINES, Wife of Henry Staines, late of SAL FORD, in the County of Bedford, have thought it necessary to justify myielf, in Conseqv : e of an Advertisement falsely stating my Elopement from my Husband: The Fact is briefly thus— A few Years since, I mar- ried with a Man much worse than Nothing, and on whom I bestowed a competent Fortune; in Return for which 1 did not experience conjugal Felicity nor domestic Comfort, but in Lieu thereof Blows, Bruises, and Contusions all over my Body ; in Con- sequence of which I fled ( not eloped) at the Hazard of my Life, almost naked, to a neighbouring Magis- j GEOEGE INN, WOBCRN, Oct. 31st, 1807. WHEREAS, about three Years ago, a Mr. HENRY HOLAR left at the House of Mr. George Bull, the Sign of the George, at Woburn, in the County of Bedford, A PORTMANTEAU, Containing Linen, Wearing - Apparel, a Watch, and other Articles, And went away without paying his Bill, and whose Residence is not known to the said George Bull : Notice is hereby given, That unless the Owner of the said Portmanteau, Linen, Wearing - Apparel, Watch, and other Articles, claims and takes away the same within fourteen Days from the Date hereof, and pays the Expences incurred thereon, the same will be sold to pay such Expences without further Notice. TOTDEBTORS AND CREDITORS! ALL Persons having any Claim or Demand on the Estate and Eilects of the late WILLIAM HARRIS, late of BUCBROOK, Butcher, deceased, are desired to send an Account thereof to THOMAS TURLAND, of Bugbrook atoresaid, his Executor, and the same shall be dscharged; and all Persons in- debted to the late WILLIAM HARRIS, are requested to pay their Debts to the above- named Executor, or to Mr. HOWES, Attorney, Northampton, who are au'h/ viz ' to receive the same, or they will be sued to. without further Notice. Bugbrmn, 30th October, 1807. FELONY. William Cookfe who should sign the said Deed, and prove their Debts to the Satisfaction ol the said Trustees; u „ Notice is hereby given, trate, before whom I made an Attestation, on Oath, j That all Persons who have any Claims or Demands on - rrrHEREAS JOHN HILLS, of the Parish of T V BIGCLESWADE, in the County of Bedford, Labourer, stands charged, upon the Oath of Mr. JEREMIAH BANKS, of Biggleswade aforesaid, Farmer, with having assaulted and stopped the said Jeremiah Banks, on the King's Highway between Baluock, in the County ot Hertford, and Biggleswade afore- said, on the Night of Friday the 2d Day of October instant ( in Companv with another Person, not yet in Custody), with an Intent to rob the said Jeremiah Banks: And the said John Hills having absconded, to elude the Pursuit of public Justice, a Reward df TEN GUINEAS is hereby offered, by the Big- gleswade Association for the Prostcution of Felons, to any Person who will apprehend the said John Hills, and lodge him in any of His Majesty's Gaols, such Reward to be paid by me, WW. CHAPMAN, Solicitor and Treasurer to the Biggleswade Association. gST The said JOHN HILLS is about 30 Years of Age, 5 Feet 6 Inches high, has a thin Face, very dark Complexion, and is pitted with the Small- pox. Biggleswade, 10th October, 1807. Herefordshire Stock.— Capital Cattle, Sheep, SjC. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By IK HANDY, On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the 9th, 10th, and 11th Davs of November, 1807, upon the Premises ol Mr. P. RU1 FORD, at IVINCTOM PARK FARM, near Leominster, in the Couiity of Hereford, who is leading the same; CONSISTING of about 80 Head of capital In- calf Cows and other Cattle, of one, two, „„ fb u , „ - • ,.„ v .-- and three Years old ; ten very useful Waggon. Geldings Tn r ' f , ^ anRUr> V V'n u0Ur? ty, 0i ° X'°[ d « " ! alld Mares i ab° ut « > 0 lambing Ewe and other Sheep I rust, tor the Benefit of all the Creditors ot the said i descem1--' * -•-- • • • - - • W ILLIAM COOKE, of HILLMOETON, in the v v County of Warwick, Coal- Dealer, having, by thought it necessary to ! Indenture bearing Date the ninth Day ot May, 1807, ' assigned over all his Estate and Effects to Mr. Thomas Boddington, of Dunchurch, in the said County ; Mr. Thomas Arnold, of Hspstord Mill, in the Parish of Withebrook, in the said County ; and Mr. J.- rmes has known wheat sown with great success as late as the 20tli of May. Part of the land in question is moor upon clay, and the rest moor upon sand, and is in a state of high cultivation. The pro- duce was 440 quarters 1 cwt. 1 stqpe, which sold for ^£". 1008 3s. 6d.; the expences, exclusive of allowance for rent and tytlies, amounted to 71b. per Win- , " - Ull . IUVJIUUUII) WUVlly ; - * * 1IUH/ « J " J VltllllJO u ot his Cruelty several Times repeated.—! am happy ' the said William Cooke, are requested in finding an Asylum in the House ot a fostering • l'aiticulars thereof to the said Truste Friend, with whom I now reside ; and I beg Leave further to say ( and I assert it with Truth), that I am not the first Wife on whom he has exercised his brutal Ferocity. ELIZABETH STAINES. Crawley, near Woburn, Oct. 29th, 1807. L O S T, ADun- coloured GREYHOUND DOG ; by Name, SPANKER. If any Person will bring him to Sir PHILIP MONOX'S, at Sandy, near Biggleswade, or to JAMFS WARREN'S, at Wootton, Bedfordshire, they shall to send the Trustees, or one of them, before the 28th Day of November next; on which Day the said Trustees will meet at the GEORGE INN, at RUGBV, in the said County of Warwick, for the Purpose of making a Dividend tor the Benefit of those 1 ersons who shall have executed the said Assignment ( which is lodged in the Hands of Mr. Harris, Solicitor, in Rugby aforesaid).— And all Persons who stood indebted to the said William Cooke, previous to the Date of the said Assignment, are required forthwith to pay their respective Debts to the said Trustees, or one of them, or otherwise thev j will be sued for the same. CLARK AND IJALl.' s BANKRUPTCY. receive ONF. GUINEA REWARD, and reasonable I "' HE Creditors who have proved their Debt" Charges. Nothing more will . be offered ; and whoever j under a Commission of Hank runt aw rHpft nnrt contat dated October 19:—" A courier lias arrived from Pfetersburgh in fourteen days; tl. e alarm of war with England seems to be quite over for the pre- sent; all was peaceable when he left it; some fears of an' embargo had been entertained, and several ships had left the Russian ports, to the no small disadvantage of the merchants." On the 23d, the packet was brought to by his ajestys ship Ariel, who informed him there cruising off Flamborough M were seven privateer Head. We are happy to state, that advice is this morning received from Yarmouth, that Lord Cathcart and suite landed there yesterday; when the first d: i iou of the fleet passed by for the Nore. An officer has arrived at the Admiralty, with dispatches from Admiral Stanhope, stating his arrival in Yarmouth Roads from Copenhagen, with ten sail of the. line ( five English and five Danish), and a fleet of transports, with Danish naval stores. The ultimate destination of this division is Ports- . inoutli, whither it has probably by this time pro- ceeded.— The second division, under the command of Admiral Ganabier, was expected to sail about the 21st, anil it? arrival is, of course, hourly ex- p > cted ' I lit whole of our troops except the rear- guard, had embarked for England, it not being the intention of Government to endeavour to retain possession of the Island of Zealand. Ail arrangement, however, has been entered into with the Swedish Government; in consequence of which a portion of our ymy ( the German Legion) is to be stationed during the winter in Scania, a Swedish province opposite the Island of Zealand, aud only separated from it by the Sound. It is reported, that the shipping and stores at Copenhagen will be valued on their arrival in this country, and that the Army and Navy will receive their usual proportion as prize- money. Lord Catheart's share, it is said, will be worth « £'. 10' 0,000. The question respecting the equivalent to be paid to France for the English merchandize se- questered in Hamburgh is not yet settled.— 2,500,000 is the value of what has already been delivered to France ! The value of . English merchandize confiscated by the French in Leghorn, and other parts of Tuscany, amounts to ten millions of dollars. The amount of our revenue for the last quarter, in which there was a surplus of <£. 2,300,000, arose from our own consumption, and not from . commerce. It was the produce of the Excise, Stamps, and Incidents— not of the Customs! In the latter there was a deficiency; and even the surplus on the corresponding quarter of the former year, was greater than that of the present by .£. 700,000. The city of Gros- Beeskirck, in the Bannat of Hungaria, has suffered severely by tire. Flight hundred of ( he finest houses in that city have been destroyed; the loss is estimated at six millions of florins. Report states, that Lieutenant- General Sir John Craddock has recently been recalled. froin his com- mand, and that an investigation wilt certainly take place of the causes Of the mutiny at Vellore and s'. lier quarters. A general Court- Martial ( of which Colonel Lord Brooke, of thii Warwickshire militia, was pre- sident), sat at. Newcastle, from the 9th to the 16th of September, for the trial of Lieutenant Mercati, of the Royal Cornwall militia, upon charges pre- ferred against him by Lieutenant- Colonel Willyams, of the same regiment.— 1st, For behaving in an irregular and unofficer- like manner, by tearing and defacing the certificate of Ensign Mambly, in pre- sence of several officers of the same regiment, to the prejudice of good order and military discipline. 2dly, For having signed and delivered into the Adjutant of the regiment, a report certifying that he had inspected the arms of the company to which he was attached, knowing at the same time he had not inspected them. Of which charges he was pronounced not guilty.— The decision of the Court ends with the following paragraph, and it is ordered by the King to he read at the head of every regi- ment in his sarvice:— " The Comt cannot conclude its proceedings with- out animadverting on the great and extraordinary severity exercised towards Lieutenant Mercati.— In • support of this opinion, the Court humbly submits to'his Majesty's most gracious consideration, that it appears in evidence that the commanding- officer ( Lieutenant- Colonel Willyams) bad passed over a similar alledged breach of order in one otficer, without taking the smallest public notice of it.; whilst he thought fit to » order into close arrest, and prefer charges against another, by which he has been, unnecessarily { or the gold'order and regulation of the regiment, brought to a general court- martial, charged with a breach of an order not promulgated to the regiment, according to the established customs of the service," to be made. It was tried in the last Term, by a special jury, when a verdict was given to the defendant. It has since been discovered, that one of the jury is and teas at that time so extremely deaf, as not to hear another person speak in common con- versation when sitting next him. It is therefore ' contended, the jury was incomplete, the merits being heard by eleven only. A melancholy accident happened last week to Mrs. Grosset, wife of Schaw Grosset, Esq. of Clifton, near Bath; finding her feet cold, she imprudently placed them on a high fender before the fire, and it is supposed became drowsy, when the flames caught her clothes, and she was burnt so shockingly, though assistance was almost imme- diately rendered, that she expired in great agonies in about two hours. detains him after this Notice will be proceeded against. Sandy, Oct. 28th, 1807. A murder was committed on Friday morning early, the 23d, at East- Benton, Wilts, on the person of Mr. Simeon, juli. arising out of the fol- lowing circumstances. The father of Mr. Simeon, a reputable farmer, had suffered many depre- dations in his farm- yard, such as wounding cattle, stealing poultry, & c. On Thursday night, a watch, consisting of three persons, was set to discover the offenders. About two o'clock in the morning, three fellows made their appearance in the poultry roost, adjoining a hay- loft where the persons were watching, and after having slaughtered and bagged several fowls, they retreated. They were pursued by the persons on the watch ; but having dropped their booty, they escaped; and whilst Mr. S. con- tinued an eager pursuit, which his companions had relinquished, the three fellows surrounded him, arid with a bludgeon killetl him on the spot. The fellow who struck the blows was discovered at day- light in the morning, and secured; but he has refused to discover his accomplices. The assassin is a carpenter, who resides in the parish, of a known sanguinary disposition. SKETCH of the NEAPOLITAN CHARACTER. [ By Robert Semple.] " The Italians are a singular mixture of eager- ness and cunning, mildness and violence, of su- peistition and irreligion. They are vehement in their gestures on trivial occasions; but at the very time that they appear absorbed in the violence of passion, they are full of duplicity, and grow cool in a moment if they see any advantage in doing so. They affect to speak with great mildness, and appearance of regard even to an absolute stranger, and yet suddenly break out into violent fits of passion. They will talk lightly of the church, and LOST, ( Supposed to he stolen), ON Thursday Night last, or early Morning, out of a Close in the SHENLEY, in the Countv of Bucks, A BLACK MARE, Of the Nag Kind, rising three Years old, with a narrow white Stripe down her Face, her near fort- Feet white, stands 15 Hands high, and is in good Condition, Her Shoes are stamped with a D. if not altered. Whoever will bring the said Mare ( if straved) to Mr. JOHN ' 1' ITE, of Lougtiton, near Stony- Stratford, shall be paid all reasonable ~ .... somely rewarded for whoever will give 1 Offenders, so that he or thev may be brought to J Justice, shall, on his or their Conviction, receive a Reward of TEN GUINEAS from the said JOHN ] TFTE. J . Loughton, Oct. Titb, 1807. ider ot bankrupt awarded and issued forth against JOHN CLARK & HENRY HALL, now or Iste of MARKET- HARBOROOGH, in the County ot Leicester, Worsted and Carpet- Manu- facturers grading under the Firm of Clark & Hall), aretiesired to meet the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupts at the SWANS INN, in MARKET- HARBOROUGH aforesaid, on TUESDAY the on Friday i THIRD Day oi NOVEMBER next, precisely at Three Parish of j o' Clock in the Afternoon, in order to assent to or ' dissent from the said Assignees compounding, sub- mitting to Arbitration, or otherwise agreeing, any Matter or Thing relating to a Claim of Debt made by George Fleming, of Aldermanbury, London, Hearth- Rug- Manufacturer, stated to be due to him from the said Bankrupts' Estates; and also to the said Assignees selling or disposing ot tile Whole or any Part of the real or personal Estate snd Effects of the said Bankrupts by public or private Sale, and "" UE. 1UUII, lltcU J1UIII • JLIHI ll'lll, I . * , . • * .1 I sonable Expences, and be hand- : mak,' is S Arrangement respecting the same, with r their Trouble: and if stolen, ^ Mortgagee or other Persons claiming any Interest Information of'the Offender or ' mm- as ' he said Assignees shall think proper; and • • , also to assent to or dissent Irom the . said Assignees granting such Time ot Delay for Pa\ ment of the Debts due to the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupts, — accepting such Security in Respect thereof, as descended from the much- approved Stock of Mr." Walker, of Burton; two Boars, ana seveial Sows and store Pigs, of the Leicestershire Breed.— The Cow Stock is from the Breed of the late Right Hon. Thomas Harley, the Rev. Mr. Evans, and others; and the young Beasts are by Bull,, descended from the i much- admired Stock of Mr. Tally, of Huntingdon, I and well worth the Attention of the Public. The DEAD STOCK comprises Waggons, Carts, Plough's, Harrows, Patent Drill- Machine ( by Cook), and a ^ Sriety of Implements in the Farming Line'; 1 articulars of which will appear in Catalogues that will be delivered, in due Time, at the principal Inns in Leominster, Hereford, Bromyard, Ludlow, Led- bury, and Gloucester; at the Place of Sale; and at the Auctioneer's, Foregate- Street, Worcester. The Sale to commence precisely at Ten o'Clock each Morning. On the first Day will be sold, the Implements in Husbandry and Waggon Horses; on the second Day, the Sheep and Pig Stock, with Casks, Kiln Hairs, & c. ; and " on the third Day, the Cow and other Cattle Stock, with Hurdles," Staddles, Blacksmiths' Tools, Iron, & c. See. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. FORES, On the Premises, SQUARE, NORTHAMPTON, MIL' genuine and valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of the late JOSEPH CLARK, Esq. deceased ; consisting of handsome lofty Four- post and Tent Bedsteads, with Mahogany carved Pillars; modern Chintz Pattern and Dimity Fur- nitures; fine seasoned Goose- Feather- Beds, Mat- tresses, Paillasses, and Witney Blankets ^ Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Ditto Bookcases and Bureaus; a Set of Mahogany Dining- Tables ; Pembroke, Card,' and Dressing Ditto; large Brussels Carpets, Gilt Pier Glasses, Sets of Mahogany and japanned Chjirs, Chintz Window- Curtains, a Sofa and Chintz Cover, in Suit; a capital Eight- day Clock, in a Mahogany Case; a Mangle, several seasoned Beer- Casks, a large Lead Cistern, Coppers, Kitchen Requisites in general, & c. ( pr The Days of Sale, and further Particulars, will appear in a future Paper. To PARISH- OFFICERS, & c. WISBECH, fith October, 1S07 ^ THEREAS " j they shall think proper; and also to their commencing I an Action or Suit against any Person or Persons for 1 the Recovery of the Title Deeds and Writings relating i to two Tenements or Dwelling- Houses, and other SAMUEL BAWTEEE NEWMAN, of j Hereditaments, in Market- Harborongh aforesaid, here, t Peter's in the Isle nf Flv I tofore purchabcd by the said John Clark ( one of the t. l eters, in the Isle ot Ely, say Bankrupts), of Stephen Line, of Market- Har- borough aforesaid, Victualler, or to the compounding, submitting to Arbitration, or otherwise agreeing, any Debt, Matter, or Thing, relating thereto; and on other special Affairs. By Order of the Assignees, GEORGE WARTNABY, Solicitor. Market- Harborough, Oct. lid, 1807. Wisbech St. Peter's, in the Isle ot Ely Bricklayer, left Ills Home on Friday the 1st of November, 1790, and was afterwards seen at March, in the Road to Chatteris; since which- he has not beer heard of, but is" supposed to be either in a Hos- pital or Pooriiouse: The said S. B. Newman ( if living) is about 50 Years of Age, but through Infirmities looks much older; is of a low Stature, has a long Visage, pitted with the Small- Pox, and has so great an Impediment in his Speech, as scarcely to be understood. The Executors of Mr. S. Newman ( Father of the above) do, in Conformity to his Will, again and finally otter a Reward of ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS at London: Printed for Messrs. Rivingtons, St. Paul's Church- Yard ; Hatchard, Piccadilly ; and Richard- turn their priests into ridicule; but after uttering ! sons, Royal- Exchange ; Cook & Parker, Oxford an irreligious jest, a secret awe seems to drive them to the altar, where they kneel aud receive the sacrament from the very hand which they have ridiculed. No people that I have ever yet seen descend so low in order to excite compassion. If they gain their object by any means, they are sa- tisfied; aud in oraer to effect this, fawn upon strangers in a manner that quickly becomes tedious, and soon disgusting. They feel with greater ac- curacy than they reason, aud are more apt to mislead themselves when they take time to de- liberate, than when they act from the impulse of the moment. The mildness of their climate in- spires them with cheerfulness, and they give them- selves up with ardour to every pleasure, even the most trifling; yet their looks are composed and even grave, and their walk lias nothing in it which indicates levity. " In the observance of the matrimonial en- gagement, no people can be more lax, nor is there any country where jealousy is so little known, nor, indeed, where it would be so very useless. When instances of private restraint or rebuke, are strengthened by a considerable decency of general manners, that restraint or rebuke may be of some avail. But what benefit can arise from it when the whole mass is corrupted, when the cottage of the peasant is contaminated, and when the most flagrant instances of disregard to female honour are to be sought for among the nobility and upon the throne. Italian jealousy scarcely now exists, except upon the stage, or m old romances. 1 his, however, is not tile case with lovers previous to marriage; then the parties are strictly tenacious of their rights, and the slightest symptoms of in- difference or infidelity are often punished in a ter- rible mauner. " I could not but notice, both in Spain and in Italy, the avidity with which, at the theatres, the male part of the audience seized every expression which alluded disrespectfully to women. Such passages were uniformly received with unmanly laughter and applause, as if it were a great triumph obtained over their female friends. The ladies of both countries join in the laugh; but thev know how to take their revenge." To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRAC T, ADesirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate THORN BY,, in the County of Northampton; with a good Farm- House, large Barn, and suitable to any Person who may give such Information, prior Buildings; also a large Barn, standing in the Midst .. . k. inti, ^ ifc- k - » ' " of the Farm, which consists of 183A. 9R. 10P. ; likewise a very thriving Spinney, pf nearly Half an Acre, growing on the Farm. The Whole in the Possession of Mr. Edward Fellows, who will shew the Premises. For Particulars, apply to Mr. THOMAS POOLEY, Land- Surveyor, at Kelinarsh, in the said County. To be SOLD" by AUCTION, By ANDRlilV GARDNER, On Wednesday the 4th of November, 1SD7, and fol- lowing Day, on the Premises of the White- Hart Inn, HOCkLlFFE, Beds, THE genteel and useful 1IOUSEHOI. D- 1 FURNITURE, LINEN, CHINA,, PLATE, See. ; consisting of a Varietv of Four- post, Half- tester, and Press Bedsteads, with neat printed Cotton, Check, and Stuff Furnitures; nine seasoned Feather- Beds, and sundry Flock- Ditto ; Mattresses, Blankets, Quilts, and Counterpanes; Window - Cjrtains; Bedside and other Carpets ; Dressing - Tables and Glasses; Dining, Card, 1' ilW and Claw Tables, in Mahogany, Sec.-, Chest of Drawers; Mahogany Bureau, and two Walnut- tree Ditto; Wash- hand Stands; Chairs, with loose Seats, and Cases to Ditto; 14i Pair of Sheets, Table Cloths, & c. ; to the 13th of March next, as may be the Means of restoring the said S. B. Newman to his Friends; as the 13th of March is the Period when the Effects of his late Father are to be ' finally » nd irretrievably dis- posed of. It is therefore requested, that immediate Information may be given ( if any can) to Mr. John Johnson, or Mr. Henry Rogley, both of Wisbech aforesaid. This Day is published, Price 5s. tsezced, AREPLY to certain OBSERVATIONS of the Right Rev. Dr. MILNER, upon the SEQUEL to the SERIOUS EXAMINATION of the ROMAN CATHOLIC CLAIMS; including some Notice of; the Transactions of 1701, and 1793; ot Dr. Troy's I Pastoral Charge; of the Pope's Rescript; of the Remarks upon the Bishop of Durham's Charge, and the Acts of the Council of Constance; Mr. Sydney j Smith's Sermon; and other Matters. By the Rev. THOMAS I. E MESURIER, j Rector of Newton - Longville,. in the County of Bucks, and late Fellow of New College, Oxford. T Deighton, Cambridge; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell j one Eight- day Clock and Case, and a 30- Hour Ditto; anH Rnmham. Wnrthnvnntnn i China. C, and Burnham, Northampton Of whom may be had, 1. Mr. Le Mesurier's SERIOUS EXAMINATION of the ROMAN CATHOLIC CLAIMS ; Price Is. 6d. 2. A SEQUEL to the SERIOUS EXAMINATION, & c. Price 2s. 6d. 3. The SPEECH of PAUL STRATFORB, Esq. to the FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of NORTHAMTIOH, 14th May, 1807 ; Price Is. Northampton, 31 st October, 1807. OCTOBER 15 th, 1807. NOTICE is hereby given. That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Banbury, in the County of Oxford, to the South End of Mill Field, in the Parish of Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester, will be held, by Adjournment, at the WHEAT- SHEAF INN, in DAVENTRY, on FRIDAY the 6th Day of NOVEMBER next, at Eleven ! Barns, Stable, » ' Clock in the Forenoon; at which Meeting the 1 —'— " Trustees will take into Consideration and determine, the Propriety of erecting a Side- Gate, Ticket- Gate, or other Turnpike- Gate, at or near the Village of Charwelton, in the County of Northampton. EDMUND BURTON, Clerk to the Trustees. OCTOBER 15th, 1807. NOTICE is hereby given, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Banbury, in the County of Oxford, to the South End of Mill Field, in the Parish of Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester, will be held at the RPD- LION INN, in BANBURY, on FRIDAY the 13th Day of NOVEMBER next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Fore- noon; at which Meeting the TOLLS to arise for one Year at the BANBURY BRIDGE TOLL- GATE will be LETT by AUCTION, in Manner directed by the Statute made rh the 13th Year of His Majesty's Reign, for regulating Turnpike- Roads ; which Tolls produced the last Year the Sum of ^£. 313, and will be put up at that Sum. Whoever happens to he the Best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rents agreed upon, at such Times as the Trustees shall direct; and those Persons who, by Reason of the Occupation of their Farms, are entitled to compound for their Tolls at he said Gate, may attend the Meeting and compound tor the same immediately before the l olls are put up. EDMUND BURTON, Clerk to the Trustees. Furniture in general; Cart," Horse; and various other useful Articles, The Sale to begin each Morning precisely at Eleven o'Clock. Buckinghamshire Freehold. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By T. I.." WOOD, At the Bull- and- Butcher, in Stewkley, Bucks, on Wednesday the 1th Day of November, 1807, be- tween the Hours of Two and Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, ASubstantial Brick cased DWELLING- HOUSE; comprising comfortable Sleeping- Rooms, good Cellars, firge and convenient Bakehouse, now in full Trade, with Flour- Chambersover the same, Yard, and Garden, with other con- venient Out- offices, desirably situate in the South End of ST E WK LE Y aforesaid. A CLOSE of rich PASTURE GROUND, ad- joining the said Premises, containing, by Estimation, one Acre ( more or less). Also, a CLOSE of rich PASTURE GROUND, situate near the above Premises, containing, by Es- timation, two Acres ( more or less). Which said Premises are in the Occupation of Mr. Clements, Baker, and Mrs. Toefield, at Rents ca- pable of considerable Increase. For a View of the Premises, apply to the TENANTS ; and further Particulars may be known at the Office of Messrs. WILLIS & SON, Solicitors, or the AUC- TIONEER, Leighton- Buzzard, Beds. Ite S oT D b^ A U C T I O N, By Messrs. THACKER & CARTER, On Thursday the 19th Day of November next, at the Leather- Bottle, in Banbury, in two Lots, ALEASEHOLD ESTATE, in which a Term of 77 Years is unexpired, situate at CHALCOMB, in the County of Northampton. Lot 1. A Greensweard Ground, containing 7A. OR. 4P. Lot 8 A Ground of good Turnip Land, containing 6 A UK. 19P. The above Premises are in the Occupation of Mr. Bloxham, and m< iy be entered upon at Lady- Day next for farther Particulars, apply to the AUCTIONEERS ; or Mes » r » WALFORD, GOLBY, & WALJORO, Soli- citors, Banbury. Small Freeholds, Sltenley, Bucks. To be S O L D by A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAY, On Saturday the 7th of November, 1807, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, at Mr. George New- man's, at Shenley Inns, IjVlUR MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, with Barns, Yards, and Gardens adjoining, and several Elm Trees growing thereon, situate in SHENLEY- BROOK- END, near Stony- Stratford, in the several Occupations of Joseph and John Cox, Edward Tims, Sec. For a View of the same, apply to the Tenants. Corn, Hay, Keep of the Grounds, capital Live and Dead Farming- Stock, $ To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, ( UNDER A BILL OF SALE), On Wednesday the 11th of November, 1807, on the Premises of Mr. THOMAS POULTER, at MILTON, near Newport- Pagnell, Bucks; COMPRISING Wheat, Bailey, Beans, and Oats, in the Straw; several Stacks of prime Hay, with the Keep of the Grounds ; 27 Dairy Cowsi in lull Profit; 14 Sturks, Calves, & c. and one Bull; 91 Ewe and other Sheep ; four stout Cart Horses, . four Colts, one capital Nag Horse, one Mare, and 11 Hogs ; a Quantity of Wool, in Fleeces > one Waggon, Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, and various other Effects. ( f3T The Sale to begin exactly at Eleven o'Clock. FJigib/ e Freehold Estate, Situated in the Hamlets of FENNY- STRATFORD and WATER- EATON, in the Parish of Bletchley, in the County of Bucks, j To be SOLD by A U C TIO N, I By JOHN DAY, | At the Swan Inn, in Fenny- Stratford aforesaid, on Wednesday the 18th Day of November next, pre- cisely at Twelve o'Clock; ) rCONSISTING of a FARM of rich PASTURE J Vy and MEADOW LAND, called the GREEN- END'S FARM, in the Occupation of Mrs. Lucas & "" * ' ' pact r China, Glass, and Earthenware; a Quantity of S° ns, containing 90 Acres ( moreorless), lying compac Pewter, Copper and Brass Pottage- Pots, and Kitchen- a RlnS . fence, without any Intermixture of otlte - ' : a Cart, with Harness for one Property, and will be in one Lot. put up : Also, FIVE other PARCELS of rich and valuable LAND, which will be put up in five distinct Lots, situated in FENNY- STRATFORD and WATER- EATON aforesaid, and respectively known by the Names of Savage's Meadow, in the Occupation of the said Lucas's; Saffoin Gardens, in the'Occupation of Mr. Leabery; Whibsey's Close, in the Occupation of Mr. M. Goodman; Mill- Holme, in the Occupation of the aforesaid Mr. Goodman; and Tenter Close, in the Occupation of the said Mr. Leabery, Particulars, with Conditions of Sale, may be had, in due Time, at the following Inns, viz. Swan, Newport - Pagnell and Fenny - Stratford; George, Woburn; Crown, Dunstable; Eagle- and - Child, Leighton- Buzzard; Bell, Winslow ; at the Office of Mr. Congreve, Solicitor, or. the Auctioneer, in Srony- Stratford. The respective Tenants will shew the Premises. To Millers, Meulmen, tyc. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAY, At the Saracen's- Head Inn, in Old Stratford, in the County of Northampton, precisely at Three o'clock in " the Afternoon of Tuesday the 24th ol November, 1807, in one Lot, rpHAT capital, new - erected STEAM and JL WIND- MILL, to work either together or sepa- rate, in one Building. The Steam- Engine is of Power to work two Pair of Stones, and the Wind- mill Part the same. These Mills are finished in a most capital Style, are very complete in every Respect, will contain 1000 Quarters of Wheat, and 1000 Sacks of Flour, at the same Time; with Dressing- Mills, Gearings, Garners, & c. They are situate on the Bank of the Grand Junction Canal, at OLD STRATFORD aforesaid; with a Piece of Ground adjoining, containing one Acre; also three Tenements, in complete Repair, standing on the said Land, with a spacious and convenient Wharf.— The West Chester Road from London adjoins the said Piemises.— These Mills are particularly desirable to any Person wishing tor a Situation in this Business, beine at a very easy Distance from several good Corn- Markets, and possessing the xdvantage of Water- Carriage to all Parts of the Kingdom. ( pT Part of the Purchase Money may remain or* the Premises, if required. For a View of the same, and further Particular^, apply to the Avcuoann, in Stony- Stiatfqrd. f: Fr> ah ; k, re- ber ill lah h ard hs. T > d « of cry > X. ith, the ' ON rity t ital k'O, ws ' he in. rs; the 311, ' ts, MA that n ns fed. 3 at lock s in } ay, lirs, ther Whs' m i £ and r, on I, at and jrime Dairy , and Cart Mate, one . other . ck. ID and . in the N, lid, on t, prt- ruiiF. * ECN. ttcas k snipact I oilier al liable I Lots, EATON imes of K said of Mr. lion of ipation ose, in be had, Swati, George, Child, ffice of Stony- N, in the j'Clock / ember, il and ir sepa- i is of Wind- id in a every at, and I with hey are anal, at iece ot p three : he said f.— The the said iesirable—* in this i several ntage of ( Bain on tic u lark Friday and Saturday's Posts. I A) XI) O N, October SO. ABOUT two hundred sail of transports, with Danish stores, arrived at Yarmouth yes- terday morning.—' 1 he rest of the fleet, under Ad- miral Ganbier, was then in sight, and were seen stauduig int" the Roads last night. 1 he transports which arrived yesterday, had ahout 10, uu0 of the troops on board. The wh i! e of our fleet are on their return home, with the exception of the Vanguard, some frigates, and several smaller vessels, which are left to cruise in the Belt. By these, as a letter from oirW our Naval Officers states, it is expected to keep the passage to the Baltic perfectly free, and to prevent anv troops from being conveyed by the enemy to the Island of Zealand. The total evacuation of- Copenhagen took place on the 20th, the period stipulate^,' by the capitu- lation, without the least accident. On tlieirsailiug from Copenhagen Roads, the fleet fired a royal salute of 21 guns, which was returned by the Crown Batteries with the same number. On the departure of the troops the inhabitants of Copen- hagen, we understand, expressed their entire satisfaction at the manner in which they had con- ducted themselves. Contrary to a report which has prevailed for these two or three days, that the Ex- Monarch of Frat. ee, Louis XVHLwould prolong his stay on the Continent, we learn that he arrived yesterday at Yarmouth, in the T'roja Swedish frigate, from Gottenburgh, • accompanied by his numerous suite. The object of Mr. G. Rose's mission to America is, it is said, to continue the neg'ociation which has been suspended fill' the present, on account of the limited nature of the powers vested in Messrs. M911 roc and PincWy. Sir. Rose goes out with ample instructions, and will have the advantage, of negotiating directly with the Government of the United Mates. Earthquake.— On the evening of the 11th ult. was felt at Nieuwied and its environs a strong shock of an eai'thq very remarkable cii< Was heard at the se nib led the rattling ol carnages p great velocity. The fishermen on the Rhine saw numbers of" fish frequently thrown out of the water. ' I he wind suddenly ceased, the sky be- came thick with clouds, and towards midnight a shock again - occurred, which was followed by a third ahont three in the morning On the pic- ceding day there was a sharp frost, which in many places congealed the water. . No lives were lost. On Tuesday morning, about four o'clwck, a most alarming tornado of wind commenced ill the neigh- bourhood of Manchester, which continued a few seconds, and was succeeded by a tremendous storm of lightning, thunder, and rain. The thunder was loud in the extreme, and rendered more awful by the circumstance of its having awakened almost every person in that neighbourhood from sleep. A very awful event occurred at Leeds Rotation Office, on Tuc- sdav last.- - A woman ( who had seen better days) came to mate a complaint to the'Ma- gistrates that her liusband had neglected to make sufficient provision for herself and family: her delicacy induced her to wait till after the other business of the Odice was concluded; when she proceeded to make her complaint, she became violently agitated, and being seized with an upo- THE FIRST ' i SUBSCRIPTION ASSEMBLY TILL be at the SWAN INN, NEWPORT- PAGN ELL, V EM HE R, R. SC RIVEN .1 most sincere Thanks to his. w 1807. on THURSDAY the 12th of No- R. LOWNDES,") R. CAUTLEY, S Stewards. P. H. WARD, ) CHURCH PREFERMENT, WrANTED to purchase, The PERPETUAL ADVOWSON or NEXT PRESENTATION to a LIVING, with the Prospect ot an early Va- cancy, in one of the Midland Counties. Particulars to be sent to G. B. TYNDALE, Esq. Solicitor, Lincoln's- Inn Fields; or to JOHN BLAKDY, Esq. Solicitor, Reading, Berks. ~ To BOOK- KEEPERS. WANTED immediately, A - steady YOUNG MAN, as BOOK- KEEPER, to collect Debts, & c, ; one who has been used to the Loading of Goods, and to make himself useful in that Line of Business.— Reference for a good Character will be expected. Apply to A. B. at the Printers'j if by Letter, Post- paid. October 99th, 1S07. Vl7" ANTED, in a regular Family, A FEMALE T ? SERVANT, about' 30 Years of Age, who thoroughly understands the better Part ot Cooking, to wait upon a Lady, anil get up small Linen ; also, an upper, steady, middle- aged MAN- SERVANT, who is well acquainted with ilia Business in general. Good Characters expected. Apply to Mr. RICHARDSON, Hair- Dresser, Stony- Strai tord. WANTED, A SUBSTITUTE to serve in the NORTHAMPTONSHIRE MILITIA, for the Parish of TUORNBY. Apply to JOHN FACER, of Thornby. Genteel and EfjtedUiM* Travelling. LUTTERWORTH, RUGBY, & DUNCHURCH NEW lAGU'V TOST- COACH, THE ACCOMMODATION, ( CAltltlKS rot. 11 IN SIDES ONLY), O ETS out from the IIIND INK, LUTTERWORTH, IO ev< J. ST N: very WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUNDAY Evening at Half- past Seven.— Passes through Da- ver. try, Towcester, and Stony- Stratford. Performed by the Public's obedient Servants, SAMUEL COOK & Co. Lutterworth. RICHARD DAVIS & Co, London. FARES. s. d. To Lutterworth, Inside £.\ 12 0 Outside IS 0 Rugby - - 1 10 0 Ditto It) 0 Dunchurch - - 1 8 0 Ditto 15 0 N. B. The Proprietors will not be accountable tor any Parcel, Package of Goods, or Passenger's Luggage, of more Value than £. 5, unless entered as such and paid for accordingly. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AND HUNTINGDON- SHIRE FLY WAGGONS, DAILY, from the RED- LION IMN, ALDERSGATE- STREET, LONDON. MIE Proprietors of the above, thankful for that Preference they have received, respect fully inform the Public tliey now have a FLY WAGGON from the above inn, every Morning, at Six o'Clock, tor Peterborough and Huntingdon, which arrives there the next Day, and conveys Goods to Oundle, Oakham, Uppingham, Melton- Mowbray, Stamford, and all adjacent Places, with the- utmost Dispatch. They think it needful to assure the Public, they do not charge more for the Carriage of Goods by their Fly Waggons, than is T . „ 4. , • • -• | v- cUJicttc ui uuutia uy mwn plectic affection, expired in a small room adjoining : chargetl by any other Carrier. in less than twenty minutes. T he Coroner's Jury J ( pf These Waggons leave Peterborough every Morn- brought ill a verdict of— Vied b> j the Visitation of God. Boxing.— A very obstinate pitched battle was fought on Wednesday, at lieazely, near Black- water, for 50 guineas, between Flowers, the fighting coachman, and Jonas, an athletic man, " six f& st in height, a ehairmaker. The contest commenced in favour of the coachman, who in the first few rounds put iirSotne tremendous blows, lie, however, was often stopped by Jonas, on whom the hits did not seem to make much im- pression. The coachman had been hit so much in about the 9th, 10th, aud lltli rounds, that after half an hour had expired, it required a very good judge to tell who had the best of the battle.— Flowers did not fall ofl', but his adversary improved in hitting, and at the expiration of an hour, the word " enough" would have been gratifying to each, but they continued to fight till by nature if was suspended for ten minutes, neither being able to come again at the end of the 50th round. After waiting the above time the combat was renewed, and the combatants stayed half an hour longer, when the coachman resigned the contest to his adversary, after having won nine successive battles The time occupicd was two hours within live minutes. Last Friday night, a most malicious and bar- barous act of cruelty was committed, by some person cutting the principal sinew, just above the hock of the hind leg, of a valuable horse, and two fine cows ( one of which had calved only a few days, and the other expected to drop her calf), belonging to Mr. M. Davey, miller, at LitLle- Eiston, Essex, who was obliged to kill the animals. An idle young man, the son of a neighbouring farmer, who had threatened to be revenged on Mr. Davey, for having exposed some of his improper conduct, has been apprehended and committed to Chelmsford gaol, on suspicion of the outrage committed. At the Thames Police- office, yesterday, Captain Chapman, of the slave brig Apollo, was brought up on a second charge, that of murdering J. Hanson, his second mate.— It appeared by the deposition of Mr. Scott, the surgeon, that the deceased being much reduced in consequence of a fever, was ordered upon duty beyond his strength, for failing in which the prisoner severely flogged him with a cat- o'niaa- tails, and heat him with the handle thereof till he was unable to stir, when he compelled the surgeon and three others to fetch him some fire, which he put on the legs, thighs, and other parts of' the deceased's body, and afterwards threw several buckets of water over him, swearing he would tear his body open, and give it to the sharks; in consequence of which treatment he died iu a few hours, on the 4th of April. This testimony was corroborated by five of the crew, and the prisoner was com- mitted for re- examination, three more charges Leing expected to be brought against him. ing at Ten o'Clock, Huntingdon every Evening, and arrive at the above Inn, in London, in about 30. Hours after. Performed by W. Deacon, London; T. Newman, Barnet; A. Batten, Welwyn; 1' arrington & Norris, Baldock ; Scarborough & Piggot, Buckden; T. Ekin, Huntingdon; and A. Hall & Smith, Peter- borough. London, Slir October, 1307. Kettering.— Copyhold Estate. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, WITHOUT RESERVE, AGood Slated HOUSE, nearly new, with Sash Windows, four Rooms on a Floor, with Gar- , rets; fronts, with a fine Prospect, to the Field, two ' Acres ( more or less) of fine old Sweard Land, falling | with a pleasant Descent from the House; also, two j neat Gardens, Brewhouse, Sec. with Farm- Yard, 1 Barn, Stables, & c. new and Slated. There is excel- lent Water near the House, and adjoining the Brew- house; situate at KETTERING, in the County of Northampton, and late in the Occupation of VVilliam Manning.— Likewise eight Tenements, adjoining the above, and well tenanted. If more desirable to a Purchaser, seven Acres one Rood ( more or less) of good Land, may be had with the House, & c.— Immediate Possession may be had of the House. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. Boswiu, Attorney, or WM. MANNING, Northampton; and tor a View of the Premises, to Mr. WM. WALLIS, of Kettering. RETURNS HIS Friends tor the numerous Favours he has so long been honoured wiih, and informs tlieiin tliat he intends declining the SADDLERY BUSINESS, the Stock of which will continue to be sold, for a short Time, under Prime Cost. R. S. at the same Time, most respectfully re- quests a Continuance of Support in the HAT BUSI- NESS, which he intends carrying on as usual; and } will make it his Study to merit the Favours of his.) Friends and the Public, by constantly keeping an Assortment of the best and most fashionable Goods. .$ 3" He continues Agent to the SUN FIRE- OFFICE,. the Security and advantageous Terms of which are well known. Bridge- Street, Northampton, Oct. 29th, 1807. ~ FINEDON DRIED APPLES. ABEL begs Leave respectfully to inform the Public, that he has on Sale a Quantity of the above APPLE'S, which he is now selling on the same Terms as the Person who prepares them at Finedon. Square, Northampton, Oct. " lit, 1807. YAUDI. EY- GOBION, Oct. 27th, 1807. PRAYED, into a Drove, some Time in Sep- tember last, A WETHER SHEEP, and left by the Driver at Mr. GEORGE HARRIS'S, the Sign of the Coffee- Pot, Yardley- Gobion, North- amptonshire. The Owner, on describing the Marks, and paying the Expellees, may have it again by applying as above. If not owned in 14 Days from the Date hereof, it will be sold to defray the Expences incurred. Market- llw borough and Welford Turnpike- Hoads from Northampton. OT ICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting oi' the Trustees of the said Turnpike- Roads will be held at the House of Mr. CHARLES HILL, the RED- LION INN, in BRIXWORTH, in the County of Northampton, on WEDNESDAY the 1th Day ot NOVEMRER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. CHAS. MARKHAM, Clerk to the Trustees. Northampton' Hth October, 1807. To be SOLD by AUCTION" By MASON* & SON, On Tuesday the 3d ot November, 1807, at the Rose- and- Crown Inn, in Gold- Street, Northampton, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then ar. d there pro- duced, ALL that desirable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or i TENEMENT, with excellent Cellars, Yard, j and large Garden adjoining, and a Pump of excellent ! Water therein, situate in the Town Of NORTH- 1 AMPTON aforesaid, in a Street there, called GoLD- \ STREET, or MARE- FAIR, late in the Possession of Mrs. Mary Evans, deceased, and now of Mrs. Sarah Mollis; comprising two Parlours in the Front; a; commodious Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and large Brew- I house; four good Sleeping- Rooms, and another Room, i with a Bow- Window, on the first Floor,. and three ' very large Attics. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. BUSWELL, ' Solicitor, or the AUCTIONEERS, in Northampton. Possession may be had' at Saint Thomas next if required. To be" SOL D by A U C T 1 O N, By DENNIS Zg SON, On Wednesday the 4th of November, and two fol- lowing Days, on the Premises, in HORSE- MARKET, NORTHAMPTON, rjTIE entire neat and valuable HOUSEHOLD- 1 FURNITURE and EFFECTS of the late Mr. THOMAS HILLES; consisting of Four- post and Tent Bedsteads, with Chintz and Stuff Furnitures; Window- Curtains, Goose- Feather- Beds, Mattresses, and Bedding; Servants' Ditto; Mahogany double and single Chests of Drawers; Oak Ditto and Bureaus ; two Sets of Mahogany Chairs, and japanned Ditto ; a Sofa and Cover; a Harpsicord, by Kirkman; a Set of Mahogany Dining Tables, and Pembroke and Claw Ditto; Brussels and Kidderminster Carpets ; Pier and Swing Glasses; an Eight- day Clock, and a Baro- meter ; a Table Set of brown- edged Queen's Ware ; a Set of Tea China, and Glass Ware; a small Library ot modern Books ; an Iron Chest; a Fowling Piece ; Saddle, Bridle, and Pillion; four Pair of Bowls and Jack; Kitchen- Range and Requisites, Smoke- Jack, a Brewing Copper, Iron Furnace, Brewing Utensils, Barrels, Garden- Roll, & c. & c. The Sale will commence each Day at Ten o'Clock. The Dwelling- House and Appurtenances are in- tended to be sold by Auction on a future Dav, and may be viewed, together with the Furniture, on Monday the 2d of November, from Eleven till Four o'Clock. N. B. All Persons who have any Claims or De- mands on the Estate and Elfects of the above Mr. HILLES, are requested forthwith to transmit the same to his Administratrixes, Mrs:- Sarah Haynes, Widow, Mrs. Dorcas Cartwright, Mrs. Martha Cartwright, and Mrs. Ann Ratnett, all of Northampton; or to Mr. Buswell, Solicitor there; and all Persons who are any Ways indebted to Mr. Hilles' Estate, are • requested to pay the same immediately to the said Administratrixes, or their said Solicitor. Cheap " Furs, Ladies' Long Stays, fyc, FORSTER & BARRETT beg to inform the Ladies, they have just received a large Assort- ment of the above Articles, which they are selling on such low Terms, as they flatter themselves will meet the Approbation of their Friends* and would recom- mend . an early Purchase. F. & B. return their grateful Acknowledgments for the Favours received, and solicit the Continuance thereof, which it will ever be their Ambition to merit by Attention. • HABERDASHERY,.( HOSIERY, GI. OVES, & c. Sec. of the best Quality, with LADIES and CHILDREN'S. SHOES, ot every Description, as cheap as at any House in London. Market- Square, Northampton, Octebir 23^, 1807. LADIES' DRESSES, P. ECISSES, and STENCERS, made up in the most fashionable Manner. NEW THEATRE, NORTHAMPTON. ' TPHIS elegant little THEATRE to be LETT • X to a respectable Manager of a Provincial The- atre, for the present Season, or on Lease for a short Term of Years. Enquire of Mr. ABBEY, Solicitor, Northampton. AJ N EWPORT- PAGN ELL ENCLOSURE. E, the Commissioners appointed in and- by vT an Act of Parliament for inclosing Lands in the Parish of NEWPORT- PAGNELL, in the County of Buckingham, do hereby give Notice, that all Tythes and Tenths, and all Right of Common, in and over the Lands and Grounds by the said Act directed to be divided and incltjsed, or exchanged, • shall, from and after the 2d Day of NOVEMBER next, cease and be utterly extinguished.— And we do also hereby order and direct all ' jid every Leijse and Leases, M Agreements, and Tenancies at Rack- Rents, now ^ subsisting, of all and every, or any Part or Parts, of the Lands and Grounds by the said Act directed to be divided and inclosed, or by Virtue of the said Act to be exonerated from Tythes, or which shall be ex- changed or divided into Partitions; and of all Mes- suages, Cottages, Lands, and Tenements in the Pariah of Newport- Pagnell aforesaid, or any adjoining Parish held therewith ; shall, from and after the said 2d Day of November next, cease and be void.— Dated this 30th Day of October, One Thousand Eight Hundred • ndSeveu. JOHN DAVIS JOHN FEL1.0WES. Freehold, Olney, Bupfo. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By ROBERT ' ANDREW'S, At the Swan Inn, OLNEY, on Monday the 9th of November, between the Hours of Five and Seven in the Afternoon, under such Conditions as shall be then and there produced, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, LL that good, substantial, Stone- limit and Tiled HOUSE and PREMISES, with a large Yard and Garden, Barns, Stables, Sec. situate in the HICH- STREET, and late in the Occupation of Mr. Robert Collendrige. For further Particulars, and to treat for the same by Private Contract, apply to the AUCTIONEER, ^ hiey. _ Valuable Building Materials and Household- Furniture. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ABBOTT, At Ten o'Clock, on Monday the 9th of November, 1807. N useful Assemblage of BUILDING MATERIALS and HO USE HO LD- FU R- N1TURE, on the Premises, at the MANSION- HOUSE, at GREAT - STAUGHTON, in the County of Huntingdon; comprising a Number of Sash- Frames and Sas'hes, glazed ( some of them of large Dimensions); fine Marble and Srone Chimney- Pieces; a Quantity of Deal Wainscoting; Doots, Linings, and Archatraves, with other Deal Mouldings, SAC. ; several Deal Tables, a Number of Mahogany Tables, Chairs, and Chests of Drawers, of various Sorts; 10 Feather- Beds, Bedsteads, and Hangings; Grates, Stoves, Fire- Irons, and Fenders, togethei with a Number of other valuable Articles. tT Six Months'. Credit will be given, on approved Security. Catalogues will be ready, and may be had three Days previous to the Sale, at the George Inns, Bedford and Huntingdon; White - Lion, Kim- bolton; Crown, St. Ives; Swan, Biggleswade; on the Premises ( being the late Residence ot the Earl of Ludlow); and of Mr. ABBOTT, General- Appraiser, Markct- Place, St. Neots. A1 Freehold and Part Leasehold Estate, NORTHAMPTON. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. KIRS HA W, Some Time in the Middle of November next ( the par- ticular Day and Time will appear in next Week's Paper), ATruly- desirable and convenient DWELLING- HOUSE and PREMISES, situate in the SOUTH QUARTER, BRIDGE- STREET, in the Town of NORTH- AMPTON, late the Estate of Mr. Alderman MEACOCK; consisting of two Parlours and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, three Rooms on the first Floor, convenient Attics, Out- offices, Cellar, and a large Garden; now in the Occupation of Mr. Constable. A View of the Estate may be had by Application to the TENANT; and further Particulars of. THOMAS MARSHALL, Solicitor, in Kettering; or the AUC- TIONEER, in Northampton. To be LETT, to the Best Bidder, At an Assembly of the Mayor, Bailiff's, and Burgesses, of the Town of Northampton, at their Guildhall, in the said Town, on Thursday tile 5th. Day of November next, at Three o'Clock in the After- noon, for a Term not exceeding 21 Years, subject to such Conditions as shall be then and there pro- duced, rpWO several MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, - L and a PIECE of GROUND adjoining, situate on the West Side of a Place called NEWLAND, in the said Town of NORTHAMPTON, now In the several Occupations of William Murden, Elizabeth Hall, ' and William Paine. A CLOSE of inclosed PASTURE GROUND, lying on the East Side of ST. GILES'S CHURCH- YARD, in the said Town of NORTHAMPTON, containing by Estimation about one Acre ( more or less), now in the Occupation of John Armytage, Esq. Possession of the first- mentioned Premises may be had at Michaelmas next, and of the latter at Lady- Day next. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JEYES, Town- Clerk, Northampton. LONDON, October 31. THE fresh overture which our Ministers were induced to make through Mr. Merry to the Crown Prince of Denmark has been rejected. This overture, we understand, was of so liberal and conciliating a nature, that nothing but the devotedness of that Prince to the views and interests of France could have caused its rejection. Some ships have arrived from Spain and Por- tugal, but they bring no intelligence of so late a date as that of which we were before in possession, — A Mail is hourly expected. Letters have been received from St. Petersburgh, dated October 2, new stile, which state, that the native merchants of that city, in fear of a rupture with England, by which their interests would have been affected, dispatched a deputation from their Body to the Minister of commerce, who, in reply to their enquiries, stated, that the sudden sailing of our merchantmen! from the Russian ports was not owing to any hostile steps being taken by that Government, which, although it had received many provocations from England, he still assured the deputation, was amicably disposed to that country. The letters state the course of exchange to be rising, and barges with hemp to be coming down the country. Only seven English ships wore at Cronstadt, where the warehouses were cleared of all imports at high prices. But as all apprehensions of a war with this country had subsided, hopes of the immediate revival of commerce were enter- tained, and ships daily expected from England. A vessel arrived yesterday in fourteen days from Meinel. The Captain states, that the King of Prussia was still at that port, where, it is understood, he will remain for the winter, and that towards the spring he will proceed to Berlin. His Majesty is very popular among the inhabitants of Memel, who appear to soothe his feelings by everyjnanifestation of a sincere sympathy in his fate." According to letters received from our squadron off Rochefort, 7000 French troops marched on the 10th through Ferrol for Portugal. W; e have had accounts from Bilboa of the 15th, which stated, that the French had not broken up from Bayonne. The statement of several French privateers having appeared on the coast is confirmed. Ten of them have been seen in the vicinity of Yar- mouth, and on Wednesday they were observed bearing down on a large fleet of colliers, and it is apprehended that several of the latter were cap- tured. Denmark having declared war against this country, her West- India Islands are now become a legitimate object of attack, and rumour states, that Government have actually sent out orders for the purpose. Another expedition is reported to be in con- templation, the command of which is to be given to Sir Sidney Smith. Several transports have been taken up by Government within these few days, and the return of the expedition from Zealand will afford Ministers an ample supply both of men and ships. Parliament is to be further prorogued, from the 10th of next month to the 17th of December. A Proclamation to this effect is expected to appear in the Gazette this evening. PRICE Sat. 61Mf STOCK, by AUCTION, LIVE To be SOLD By WILLIAM ELK IN, On Thursday the 12th Day of November, 1807, on the Premises of Mr. WM. G LITHE ROW, in the Lordship of GREAT - OAKLEY, nearly adjoining Oakley Inn, in the County of Northampton, PART of his useful STOCK; consisting of 71 Lambs, eight Ewes, two useful milched Cows, ten Two- year- old Steers and Heifers, three Three- year- old Steers, two Ditto Heifers, two Four- year- old Ditto, one yearling Filly, and one In- foal Mare, The Sale to commence at Twelve o'Clock. Six Months' Credit will be given on all Lots of or above £. b, on approved Security ; or a Discount of five pet Cow. will be allowed for ready Money. Capital Dairy and Farming Live and Dead Stock, Hay, Keeping, 4' C- To be SOLD by AUCTION, By THOMAS HOI. DOM, On Wednesday the 4th Day of November, 1807, and the following Day, on the Premises of Mr. THOMAS JUDGE, ot BOURTON, in the Parish of Buckingham, who is leaving his Farm; (" CONSISTING of 25 capital Dairy Cows, and J one Bull; four Draught Mares, one Cart Horse, one useful Blood Mare, one capital Nag Horse, four Years old, out of a Blood Mare ( by Goldfinch), two Cart Colts, anil one Nag Ditto; about 70 Tons of Hay, in five Stacks ; 120 Acres of Keeping till the 25th of March, 1808; two Ricks ot Oats; two stout Six- inch Carts, and one Narrow- wheel Waggon, lately new ; two Hovel- Frames; Ploughs, Harrows, and a large Shaft- Roll; Winnowing- Fan, and Barn Tackle in general; Hog- Troughs and Ladders; 15 Milk- Leads, two Cream- Cisterns, Buckets, Kivers, Barrel- Churn and Stand, & c.; Harness for four Horses, lately new; Corn- Bin, & c. with various other useful Articles. The Hay and Straw must be spent on the Premises ; Barns and Cow- Houses allotted for that Purpose. As much of the Live Stock, Hay, & c. will be sold on the first Day's Sale as possible.— The Sale to begin each Morning at Ten o'Clock, on Account of the Number of Lots. Bank Stock .. 3 per Ct. Red. 3 per Ct. Cons. 4 per Ct. Cons. 791" 5 per Ct. N.... 964 Omnium | dis Cons. forAcc. i62JJ Wed. Hoi. or STOCKS. Mon. | Tu. Hoi. ] —- ,- w. d- | 61}| 62ii 79 « ' 96TL Th. m\ mi 80* 974 7 i dis m Fr. 1244 Hit mi 80* 97iJ par NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, October 31. MARRIED.] Lately, J. W. Warren, Esq. Barrister, of the Inner Temple, to Miss Frances Steers, daughter of Charles Steels, Esq. of Hamp- stead, Middlesex. On Saturday se'nnight, at Witney, Oxfordshire, Isaac Newton Lawrence, Esq. of Colthill, Berks, to Miss Syriionds, of Witney. On Tuesday se'nnight, Mr. William Sutton, of Girtford, Bedfordshire, to Miss Soden, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Soden, farmer, of Bubnell, Warwickshire. Lately, at Fillongley, Warwickshire, Mr. P. Simpson ( son of Dr. Simpson, of Coventry), to Miss F. liz. Wrigley lerrebee, of Knutsfurd, in Cheshire. On Wednesday se'nnight, Mr. Benjamin Ilames, of Leicester, to Miss ioung, of Loughborough, Leicestershire. On Thursday se'nnight, Mr. Robert Rodgers, solicitor, of Sheffield, to Miss Maria Eboral, daughter of the late William Eboral, Esq. of Warwick. Last week, Mr. Peter Prestow, of Nottingham, to Miss E. Ilebb, daughter of Mr. Hebb, of Long- ( Jlaxton, Leicestershire. Oil Monday last, Mr. Edward Inskip, poulterer, to Miss Charlotte Higgins, milliner, both of Shefford, Beds. DIED.] On Monday se'nnight, at Baldock, Herts, aged 83, the Rev. EdwarddPym. Same day, Mrs. Needham, wife of Mr. Joseph Needliam, of Barleythorpe, Rutland. Lately, in London, Mr. John Barber, who for many years resided at Thrapston, in this county. On Thursday se'nnight, at Warwick, after a long illness, aged 37, Mr. Thomas Boddingtijn, draper, late of Coventry. Same day, at Birmingham, Mr. Crompton, of Warwick. A few days ago, Mr. Siddons, of Wigstone, iu Leicestershire. On Saturday last, Mrs. Goode, wife of Mr. Goode, of Coventry. A dispensation has passed the Great Seai ' o enable the Rev. Thomas Smith, M. A. Clihplain to Lord Monson, to hold the rectory of Willing- ham, with the vicarage of Frodingham, in the county of Lincoln, upon the presentation of the Rev. Thomas Broadley, of Kingstoii- upon- Hull. A correspondent who was present at the Concert at Rugby, on Monday se'nnighL observes with much pleasure, that it was very^ respectably at- tended.— Miss Hewitt, a child of only eleven years of age, daughter of the organist of that place, performed, on the Grand Piano- Forte, Dussek's Concerto in B. flat, one of the most difficult Concerto's that is published, with asto- nishing rapidity and correctness.— It was pro- nounced by judges, that she promises to make one of the finest players in this country.— She likewise took thorough Bass through the Concert. The Comet, which was again observable for some hours on Wednesday night, has left the constellation of Hercules, and approximated a small star between the head of Hercules and Serpentarius. The tail did not appear so bright and long as on some preceding evenings, from which circumstance it may be inferred, that it has made considerable distance in its declination. A forgery of an alarming nature has just been discovered. The notes bear date from lletling- house, Bath; are signed, " for Matthews, Bush, & Co.— W, Right;" and at e drawn on the fictitious firm of " Elliot, Howard, & Co. Cheapside, London."— The circulation has yet been heard of only in Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, and no smaller notes than^. 20 have been mentioned; but it is deemed probable, from the craft ob- servable in this forgery, that notes for different sums, to a considerable amount, will soon be heard of in other parts of the country. On Monday last the First Regiment of North- amptonshire Volunteers, commanded by the Right Hon. Earl Westmorland, was inspected by Lieu- tenant- Colonel Delaval, near his Lordship's seat at Apethorpe. The regiment being completely clothed in new uniform, and mustering very strong ( few of the members being absent)," made a fine appearance; their arms were strictly in- spected, and found to be in excellent order. The regiment afterwards went through a great variety of manoeuvres and firings, by platoons, wings, and battalion, with the greatest steadiness and precision, and had the high Satisfaction to obtain the approbation and thanks of the Inspecting Field- Ofticer and their noble Colonel, for their very great attention and soldier- like demeanour; as well as the encouraging applause of several officers of high rank, and many persons of dis- tinction, who were in the field — The officers, with a large party of neighbouring gentry, sat down to an elegant collation after the review; and the men, after they had partaken largely of their Cojoncl's hospitality, marched off to their re- spective residences with a regularity that will ever do them honour, and must raise them highly in the opinion of their countrymen, as it is the best earnest of what may be expected from them, should their services be hereafter called for ill defence of - their native land, and the invaluable privileges of Englishmen. The Leicestershire Regiment of Militia has lately experienced an augmentation that no regi- ment in the kingdom can boast of besides; the celebrated Mr. D. Lambert was drawn in the lute ballot, but whether he serves in propria persona, or what number may be deemed necessary as his sub- stitute, we believe is not as yet determined. • On Thursday se'nnight an inquisition was taken before Thomas Marshall, Gent, his Majesty' 3 Coroner for the eastern division of this county, on view of the body of Mrs. Eliz. Chapman, of Old ( stated in our last to have been burnt to death in her bed- room). It appeared before the Coroner, that the deceased had occupied apart- ments in the house of Mr. Davis, of that place, for upwards of twelve years. She was sitting by herself in a parlour on Wednesday evening; and appeared as usual to the servant who attended her about seven o'clock; but on Mrs. Davis opening the parlour door about nine o'clock, she perceived the room full of smoke, and immediately gave ail alarm. After some time, Mr. Davis suc- ceeded in entering the room with a candle in his hand, when he found Mrs. Cljapman lying on the floor, with the candle thrown down, her clothes much burnt, and her body miserably disfigured. From these circumstances, and a particular exa- mination of the body by a surgeon, the Jury were led to believe, that the deceased must suddenly have been struck with death, and in the act of falling had knocked down the candle, and burnt her clothes and body; as her sln ieks or exertions | must otherwise have alarmed the family, who | were sitting in a room nearly adjoining the dc- i ceased's. She was in the 69th year of her age. ) On Thursday se'nnight, a melancholy accident j happened at Lighthorjie, Warwickshire:— Two j brothers, of the names of Garrett, went out toge- . ther to collect acorns, when the eldest, a boy about j 13 years of age, got up in a tree to beat them j down with a small pole, which fell out of his hand I upon the head of the younger brother, about 7 ! years of age, fractured iiis scull and killed him.— ! The Coroner's inquest met on Friday, and returned ' a verdict of— Accidental Death. A large corn- stack at Metheringham, near Lin- coln, the property of Mr.. Robert Wilson, was entirely consumed by fire on Sunday se'nnight. The accident was occasioned by a train of. straw and combustible materials being' set fire to when the oven was heated in the kitcheii, which com- municated to the stack. On Monday last, a writ of enquiry was exe- cuted before the under sheriff,. at the castle of Lincoln, between the Rev. Chris. Cookson, plaintiff, and the Rev. W. Gray, defendant. This action was brought to reewver the value of dilapidations arising from the defendant suffering the vicarage house and buildings; at Cherry Wellihghain, to remain ima ruinous and decayed state. The jury immediately. ga, ve_ the plaintiff a verdict'Of of .20 and costs. ;''."-. PR. ICE . of CORN per Quarter at Northampton,' Saturday, Oct. 31. New Oats, 27s. Od. to — s. Beans, 50s. Od. to — s. Od. Peas, 52s. Od. to— s. pd. By the Standard Measure. Wheat, 56s. to 64s. Od. Rye, 40s. Od. to 42s. Barley, 34s. Od. to 37s. 6d. Oat's, 30s. 6tL to 36s. Od. J. GRAFTON, Inspector. Corn- Exchange, London., Friday, Oct. 30. We have hot had much Wheat up, either on Wednes- day or to- day. The Mealing Trade continues dull, but not, however, to justify an alteration from Monday's prices.— Barley, Grey Peas, and the two sorts of Beans, are all upon the rise.— White Peas quite at a stand- still, and prices rather lower.— Oats without any material alteration. i ii i .- ILIJ.. . LIST of FAIRS, from Nov. 2, to Nov: 14, within the Circuit of this Paper., M. Nov. 2. Toddington, Coventry, Hinckley, and Lei. ces/ er Th. 5. Button, Weldon, and Elstoiv. F. 6. Litchfield. M. 9. Sutton, Stamjord, Warwick, Ashby- de- la- Zouch, Biggles- wade, Buckingham, and Chipping- Nor ton. Th; 12. Dunstable. F. 13. Loughborough, THE MARTN Ell's DREAM. Pslumbers of midnight the Sailor- boy lay, _ His hammock slung loose at the sport of the wind; But watch- worn and weary, his cares flew away, Ana visions of happiness dane'd o'er his mmd. He dreamt of his house, of his dear native bowers, And pleasures that waited on life's merry morn- While mem'ry stood sideways, half cover'd with flowers, -- . And restor'dev'ry rose, but secreted its thorn. Then fancy her magi.; al pinions spread wide, And bade the young dreamer in ecstasy rise Now far, far behind him the green waters glide, And the col of his forefathers blesses his eyes. The jessamine clambers in flower o'er the thatch, And the swallow sings sweet from her nest in the wall; . , . , All trembling with transport he raises the latch, And the voices of lov'dones reply to hts call. A father bends o'er him with looks of delight— His cheek is empearl'd with a mother's warm tear— And the lips of the boy in a love- kiss unite With the lips of the maid whom his bosom holds dear. the heart of the sleeper beats high in his breast, Joy quickens his pulse— all his hardships seem o er; And a murmur of happiness steal* through his rest— " Oh God! thou hast bless'dme, laskjor no more Ah! whence is that Same which now bursts on his Ah> Cwhat is that sound which now larums bis ear ? • Tis the lightning's red glare, painting hell on the sky! partially through the night. The next day ano- ther of our men died through cold and hunger. The ship's deck was now blown up, and her side stove in, and we had all given ourselves up, when, on Thursday, at noon, we were roused by the cry of " A sail !" and we had the satisfaction to see her bear down for us; about three o'clock she came alongside; she was the brig George, of Portland, and Captain Wildridge sent his long boat, and took us febm the wreck." SPANISH BARBARITY. The following interesting narrative of the loss of his Majesty's schooner Felix, is given by the only surviving man of the crew of that vessel. It is dated from Santander in Spain. Copy of Henry Ellard's Narrative of the Loss of his Majesty's schooner Felix. " HONOURED CAPTAIN, " Santander. " I take the liberty of sending you these few lines to inform you of our misfortune of being cast away in your schooner, on the night of the 22d of January last, between twelve and three in the morning, on the coast that lies opposite the fort, at the entrance of Santander, where every soul perished but me, being 79 in number, including nine prisoners that we got exchanged, being sent here for them as cartel. We arrived here on the 18th of the said month, got our prisoners on board ' Tis the crashing of thunders, the groan of the i on the 19th, after twelve, when it came sphere 1 He springs from his hammock— he flies to the deck— Amazement confronts him with images dire; Wild winds and mad waves drive theves el a wreck— The ir.. » sts fly in splinters— the shrouds are on fire ! Like mountains the billows tremendously swell. In vain the lost wretch calls on mercy to save; Unseen hands of spirits are ringing his knell. And the death- angel flaps his broad wings o er the wave. Oh ' sailor- boy ! woe to thy dream of delight ! In darkness dissolves the gay frost- work ot bliss ;— Where now is the picture which fancy touch d bright. Thy parent's fond pressure, and love's honey d kiss > Oil' sailor- boy 1 sailor- boy 1 never again Shall home, love, or kindred, thy wishes repay; Unbless'd and unhonour'd, down deep in the main Full many a score fathom, thy frame shall decay. No tomb shall e'er plead in remembrance for thee. Or redeem form or fame from the merciless surge; But the white foam of waves shall thy winding- sheet And'winds, in the midnight of winter, thy dirge! On beds of green sea- flower thy limbs shall be laid, Around thy white bones the led coral shall grow,; Of thy fair yellow locks threads of amber be made, And every part suit to thy mansion below. Days, months, years, and ages shall circle away, And still the vast waters above thee shall roll: larth loses thy pattern for ever and aye— Oh! sailor- boy I sailor- boy! peace to thy soul 1 M I L I T I A. A letter, of which the following is a copy, has been sent from Lord Hawkesburv's office, to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Lord- Lieutenant of the county of Oxford:— « Whitehall, Oct. 10th, 180?. " MY LOUD,— The great and obvious advan- tages to the public service, which must necessarily result from completing the new levies for the Militia with the utmost possible dispatch, induces me to call vour Grace's attention to this important subject. Although the Legislature, with a view of preventing, as much as possible, the hardship which would naturally be felt from a ballot for these levies taking place, upon imperfect lists of persons liable to serve, has thought fit to sanction an extension of the period of three months, within which the county quotas were originally required to be raised, in some cases to four, and in others to five months; and although it has been provided that the penajty of -£. 60 per man, for every man of such quotas remaining deficient, shall not attach until the expiration of such extended periods, yet it is apprehended that few instances will occur where the due exertions of the Deputy- Lieutenants,, and of the officers by whose assistance the provi- sions of the late Militia Act are to be carried into effect, mav not be considered as adequate to the completing the number of men required to be raised, in a much shorter time. " Under this impression, and with the fullest conviction that nothing will have been wanting on the part of your Grace, which could tend to promote the early success of this important mea- sure of national defence, I have to request your Grace will acquaint me, for his Majesty's inform- ation, what progress has already been made towards its completion, within the county under your Grace's charge. I have also to desire that your Grace will inform me whether any, and what number of men were raised within your county previous to the first of this month; and further, that, during the time this measure shall be ill progress, vour Grace will cause to be transmitted to me monthly returns of the number of men sctuallv raised and forwarded to the head- quarters of fhe regiment; and so that such returns may arrive in this Office by the 15th of each month.— I have the honour to be, & c." SHIPWRECK. The brig George, arrived on Tuesday se'nnight in Limerick river from New- York, on her passage most providentially fell in with the Golden Rule, of Wiscasset, from which the following most afflicting account has been received :— " The ship Golden Rule, Captain Austin, sailed from Wiscasset, with a cargo of timber, Sep- tember 8th. On the 29th of the same month, she experienced a severe gale from the S. E. and at eight o'clock A. M. we difcovered she had sprung a leak, and had four feet water in her hold ; at nine o'clock it had increased to eight feet, not- withstanding we had two pumps going, and were throwing her deck- load overboard, which we were enabled to do very slowly, from the sea driving the planks about the deck, and wounding the crew. About ten o'clock the water had increased to 12 feet, and the gale had evidently increased; the crew and all on board were quite exhausted, and going into the cabin, we found she was filling fast. The main aud uiizeii masts were now. cut away, to prevent her upsetting, and she was quite clear of her deck- load. At eleven o'clock she was full up to her main- deck; and all her bulk- heads were knocked away. It now occurred to us to endeavour to save some bread, and Mr. Andrew Boyd, the first mate, with great resolution, went into the Cabin, and gave out some bread and two bottles of rum; but so rapidly did she fill, from the timber of her cargo shifting, that he was forced to break through a sky- light to save himself. Our small stock of provision was now put into the binnacle, as a secure place. It had been there but a few nunutes, when a tremendous sea struck us, and carried away the binnacle. We had now little hope left— the wheel was broke, and we proceeded to secure ourselves as well as we could, some in the foretop, and the rest were lashing themselves to the taffrail; before we could ac- complish the latter plan, another sea, if possible more heavy than the former, hurried us all from our places, and washed two of our poor men overboard ; they were seen swimming for the ship a short time, when a wave buried them from our Sight. We now endeavoured to keep the ship before the wind, which we were enabled to do blow so strong light in the harbour, that we could not put to sea, being at anchor under the fort, from which they hailed us, ordering us to put to sea. We told them we could not, as the wind was right in the harbour, that if we did we should be in great danger, and the weather looked bad, and the wind right dead on the shore. They told us, if we did not go out immediately they would fire into us, which they did about eight o'clock, and at twelve in the night gave us another shot, at four in the morning a third, then blowing a gale, and at eight in the morning fired again on us, so was forced to weigh anchor, but it was impossible to get out, the wind blowing so strong from the N. W. with a terrible sea, so was obliged to anchor at the entrance of the bay, the sea break- ing over us every instant, and the gale still in- creasing. We rode out all that day in the greatest danger, was forced to haul down our cartel flag, and hoist the English flag Union downwards, and fired a number of guns in distress; but no assist- ance attempted to come near us, though a French brig, as we have since heard, and several Ame- rican merchantmen, offered to assist us, but the heads of Santander would not permit, them to come near us. " We stood in this state all the night of the 20th, the gale continually increasing; on the 21st, we hove eight guns overboard, the sea running so high that it washed our boat overboard, together with a great number of our hands, no one remaining on deck but was lashed to different parts of the ship, in which we stood until the 22d, not knowing what to do, the sea running mountains high, nothing but death before our eyes. - The Captain, Lieu- tenant Mitchell, the Pilot, and myself, were all that could he seen aboard; the bulwarks being all stove in, we were lashed to the ringbolts on the quarter- deck, the sea flying over us every instant. About twelve a sea carried awav our masts and bowsprit, so that nothing remained but clear decks, and a bare hull; we lay lashed until two in the morning, when a sea parted our cables, so that we did not know what to do, I spoke to Captain Cameron, aad persuaded him to jump overboard, that in five minutes we slmuld be all to pieces on the beach, and murdered by the wreck; we imme- diately unlashed ourselves, and jumped overboard, where 1 held Captam Cameron by the head for some . time, until the Pilot, or Mr. Mitchell laid hold of me by the leg, at which time I was obliged to let go Mr. Cameron to clear myself; at length a sea hove me on the shore, where I crawled upon my hands and knees, no:, being able to walk until I was clear of the sea, where 1 lay until half- past six the next morning, no person being there to assist me. I rose and went towards the hills, but being so weak, from the blood I lost from a dreadful wound I received on my head and several parts of my body, I could not go any further. At length a Spaniard took me up, and dragged me to his house,' where I lay for some time bleeding: at daylight they sent for a doctor, who dressed my wounds and ordered me to be put to bed. In this situation 1 lay several days, until I was a little recovered, when they took me from thence, and put me in prison, where I remain, naked, half starved to dfcath, and eaten up with vermin— no one to assist me. The English agent came once to see me, and told me he could not assist me, as the Spanish Government had me in their charge, and only allowed od. per day, which scarce keeps me alive. I should have sent this account before now, but had no opportunity; at length a friend has offered to deliver this to our Ambassador at Lisbon, tt> have it sent to you, & c." —[ l'his poor fellow has since been released from prison by exchange, and is now serving on board our squadron cruising before ltochefort.] Grand Prize of £.- 10,000, for the first- drawn Ticket, Friday the 6th of November, 1807. NOT two Blanks to a Prize, and double Chanccs for the same Money. LOTTERY, ON THE NEW PLAN, NOW D R AW INC, Tickets and Shares are on Sale at all the Licensed State- Lottery Offices in England and Scotland; and by their Agents in this Town. DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS^ of. 40,000 for the First - drawn Ticket, Friday, November 6th. IT may be ,£. 60,000; if the First- drawn is a Supplementary Ticket, the fortunate Holder has a Chance for the £. 20,00( 1 in the Supplementary. Sir JAMES BRANSCOMB & Co. think it their Duty to recommend an immediate Purchase, as they consider the Tickets now on Hand will not be equal to the Demand. Tickets and Shares are selling ia great Variety, warranted undrawn, at their truly Lucky Offices, HOLBORN, CORNHILL, and HAYMARKET, LONDON. FIRSr- DRAWN TICKET £. 40,000, On Friday, November 6 th. XT may be £. 60,000; if the First- drawn is a Supplementary Ticket, the fortunate Holder has a Chance- for the £. 20,000 in the Supplementary. J. WARNER, No. 16, CORNHILL, LONDON, re- commends an immediate Purchase, or the Public will certainly be disappointed.— Tickets and Shares on Sale in great Variety, warranted undrawn. PRESENT PRICE. Whole Ticket =£. 21. Half £. 1'> 14 0 1 Eighth £. 2 U 0 Quarter 5 8 0 | Sixteenth ISO $"- 3" Orders from the Country, containing Bank Notes, Post- Office Orders, or short- dated Bills, will be treated the same as if present. I> HEUMAT1SMS, Palsies, and Gouty Affec- V tions, with their usual Concomitants, Spasm, or flying Pains, Flatulency, Indigestion, and general Debility ( originating in whatever Source), are relieved ] and frequently cured by Whitehead's Essence of Mustard Pills, 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 prevents the Part turning black. Prepared only, and sold bv R. Johnston, Apo- thecary, No. 15, Greek- Street, Soho, London; at 2s. 9d. each Box or Bottle. They are also sold by the Printers ot this Paper; Higgs, Maiket- Harbs- rough; Loggin, Aylesburv and Leighton; and every Medicine Vender in the United Kingdom. gdT The Genuine has a black Ink Stamp, with the Name of R. Johnston inserted on it. To the CREDITORS of JOHN PAYNE. NOTICE is hereby given, That Messrs. Stilgoe & Cole, the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of JOHN PAYNE, now or late of Helmdon, in the County of Northampton, Victualler, will attend at the CHEQUER INN, in HELMDON aforesaid, on FRIDAY the 27th Day of NOVEMBER next, and then pay to such of the Creditors of the said John Payne as have executed, and to those who shall on or before that Day execute, his Deed of Assignment, a Dividend upon their respective Debts; but all Persons who shall not execute such Deed on or before the said 27th Day of November next, will be totally excluded from all. Benefit arising by Virtue of such Deed of Assignment. October Uth, 1807. To the DEBTORS anrfCREDITORS ofEPHRAIM BUSWELL, of Kr. TTF. KING, in the County if Northampton, Woolstapler. SUCH of the CREDITORS of the said EPHRAIM BUSWELL who have not already executed the Deed of Assignment, are respectfully informed, that the same still lies at the Office of Thomas Marshall, Solicitor, of Kettering, for Sig- nature ; and that all who neglect to execute the same on or before the sixth Day of November next, will be excluded the Dividend then intended by the As- signees forthwith to be made.— And all Persons still standing indebted to the Estate of the said Ephraim Buswell, are particularly requested to take Notice, that unless the respective Amonnts due from them are paid to the said Thomas Marshall, on or before the sixth Day of Novemb- r next, Actions will im- mediately after be commenced for the Recovery of the same without further Notice. By Order of the Trustees, THOMAS MARSHALL, Solicitor. Kettering, Oct. 2id, 1807. This Day is published, The ninth Edition, Price 3s. fid. sewed, corrected to October, 1807, of CI ROSBVs Edition of the BUILDERS' NEW S PRICE- BOOK; containing a correct Account of the Trices now allowed, by the most eminent Surveyors to the various Artificers employed in Building ; Value of Materials, and Price of Labour only; Abstracts of various Acts relative to Building; Properties and Methods of making l. ime and Cements ; and various Tables to calculate the Price and Measure- ment of the different Kinds of Work. By JOHN PHILLIPS, Surveyor; Assisted by several eminent Builders and Surveyors. Printed for B. Crosbv & Co. 4. Stationers'- Court, London; and sold bv Watts, Birdsall, Abel, and Burnham, Northampton; also by everv Bookseller, Stationer, and Newsman in the United Kingdom. For the Teeth. TROTTER's POWDER, Patronized by the Dukes of Clarence and Kent. THE ASIATIC TOOTH- POWDER has been for twenty- five Years recommended to the Public. Those who have not tried the Effect of this excellent Dentifrice, will find a single Box a sufficient Quan- tity to ascertain its Efficacy and Virtues; it being acknowledged by the most respectable Medical Au- thorities, used by many, and recommended. The Powder cleanses and beautifies the Teeth, sweetens the Breath, possesses no Acid that can corrode the Enamel, and puts a beautiful Polish on the Teeth. From its Astringcncy, it strengthens the Gums, eradicates the Scurvy ( which often proves the De- struction of a whole Set of Teeth), preserves sound Teeth from Decay, secures dec iyed'Teeth from be- coming worse, fastens those which are loose, and proves the happy Means of preventing their being drawn. But what has enhanced it in the Estimation of thoye who have been in the Habit of using it is, that it prevents the Return of the Tooth- ache, with which, before that Period, they had been violently afflicted. Likewise a TINCTURE, which possesses the Power of easing the most violent l'ooth- ache. A Caution against purchasing any Asiatic Tooth- Powder, without " M. Trotter" on the Stamp; all others are Counterfeits. Sold at her Warehouse, Wholesale and Retail, No. 3, Beaufort- Buildings, Strand; Messrs. Dicey & Co. and Mr. Edmonds, Northampton; Mr. Robins, Daventry i Mr. Gallard, Towcester; Mr. Mather, Wellingborough ; and inevery capital Town throughout England. A Dr. RADCLlFFE's ELIXIR. F) R a general alterative Medicine, this Elixir has stood unrivalled for more than Half a Cen- tury, and the Public cannot have Recourse to a more efficacious Remedy, as a Purifier of the Blood from all Humours, whether contracted by too free Living, or from Jaundice, Surfeits, Scurvy, or Humours after the Measles, Small- Pox, Sec. & c. For all Ob- structions in the Bowels, and for the Cure of Worms in Children or Adults, it will be found equally ser viceable. In Complaints incident to the Female Sex, it has frequently proved ® f the greatest Service; it assists Digestion, and strengthens the Stomach, and has been found of infinite Service to those who take long Voyage.-., as a Preservative against the Scurvy. pjr Be careful to observe that the Words " Dicey & f Co. Nt. 19, - Boto Church- Yard," are printed in the Stamp affixed to each Bottle, as counterfeit Sorts are offered for Sale in almost every Town. Sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London, Price Is. lkl. a Bottle, Duty included. Also, sold Wholesale and Retail by the Printers of this Paper ( by inborn great Allowance is made to Country Shopkeepers), and Retail by the following Persons, viz. Wilkins, Robins, Bates, & Wilkinson, Daventry; Parker, Merridew, and Rollason, Coventry; Collison, Brackley; Watson, Aynho; Mrs. Beesley, Banbury; Odell, and E. Pyne, Lsighton; Griffin and Co. Tring; Norwood, Amersham; Aynsworth, & Birdsey, Flemel- hempstead; Edwards, Chesham; Barnes, Inwood, and Burringer, Newport- Paguell; Osborn, Woburn; Good- man, North- Crawley; Queneborough, and Squires, Dunstable; Lancaster, Clophill; Alsop, Crawley, and Mead, Luton; Brown, Morris, and Green & Co. Ampthill; Marston, and Morris, Nuneaton; Bull, Harrod, Dawson, and Biggs, Market- Harborough; Adanus, and Gamble, Loughborough; Gregory, and Swinfen, Leicester ; Toone, Woolvey; Pearson, Mel- — • — ' - Nottingham; Inns, A For Rheumatisms, Sprains, Chilblains, Dr. STEERS's OPODELDOC. THIS Medicine, from its extraordinary Efficacy, is justly entitled to the Reputation it " has so long acquired above every other Preparation of the Kind. By its warm, penetrating, and attenuating'Qualities, it is found to be the most powerful Application in Rheumatisms, Spasms, and Palsies; as also in Cramps, , - _ Bruises, Sprains, Burns, Scalds, fresh Cuts, and the I ton- Mowbray; Burbage & Co . . Sting of venomous Insects. It is particularly recom- and Gallard, Towcester ; Seeley, Buckingham ; Miss 3„ i iwiuimu h„ ^. m. shot Jones, Oxford; Hawkes, Lutterworth; R. Palgrave, J. Okely, B. Bradley, and W. Mayle, Bedford; Hine, l'otton; Bunting, Sandy; Gardner, Weston, and Brooks, Biggleswade ; Richardson, Elmes, Poulter, and Sheppard, Stony- Stratford; Higham, Old- Strattord; Moxham, Fenny- Stratford; Stevens, Bicester; Marlin, J. Wheeler, Rickford, F. Wheeler, & F. Loggin, Aylesbury ; Wards, Hinckley; Sanderson & Co. Broughton. Chettle, and Mather, Wellingborough; Sanderson, Thrapston; York Sc Summers, Oundle ; Horden, and Jacob, Peterborough; King, Gilkes, and Matthews, Chipping- Norton; Ealy, Wright, and Stevens, High- Wycomb; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Newcomb, and Drakard, Stamford; Bird, Uppingham; Gibson, Oakham; Churchill, Dedding- ton; Roberts, Southam ; Sharpe, Warwick; Luccock, Kimbolton; Bayley, and Paul, St. Ives; Emery, and Fox, St. Neots; Jenkinson, Huntingdon; Perks, and Tapp, Hitchin; Hovel, Staples, Eaden, Hodson, and Gee, Cambridge; Leigh, Atherstone; Arch, Shefford; Holland, Winslow ; Ward, Stratford- upon- Avon; Mat- thews, Campden; VVallis, Olney; Taylor, Retford; Dexter, Wilbarston; Brinkler, Bicester; and by the Venders of Dicey & Co.' s Medicines in every Town throughout the Kingdom ; Oj - whom may he had, from Dicey & Co.' s Warehouse as above, BETTON's BRITISH OIL, for the Cure of ex- ternal and internal Bruises, Inflammations, green and other Wounds, Burns, Scalds, & c. & c.— Price Is. 9d. a Bottle.— The Refined, 2s. 9d. PIKE'S OINTMENT, for effectually curing the ITCH, without Confinement or the least offensive Smell.— Price Is. 9d. a Box. . d. s. d. mended in Contusions, occasioned by Gun- Wounds, and to refresh the Legs and Feet after long Exercise in walking. It speedily removes Chilblains, and if used in Time, will prevent them from breaking, but for this Purpose it should be dissolved and applied warm. Sold only bv F. Newbery and Sons, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London, in Bottles, Price2s. fid. each; and by their Appointment, by Dicey & Sutton, Marshall, and Edge, Northampton; Seeley, Buck- ingham; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Green, Ampthill; Collis & Dash, Kettering ; Robins, Daventry ; and Bull, Sen. Harborough. N. B. Observe that the Words " F. Newbery, No. 45, St. Paul's," are engraved in the Stamp. For all Disorders in the Eyes. THE GENUINE Dr. JOIINSON's GOLDEN OINTMENT, Prepared by WILLIAM SINGLETON, No. 2, UNION- PLACE, LAMBETH, Surrey. rpHIS Ointment is an effectual Remedy in In- JL flammations, Films, Specks, or any other Dis- order incident to the Eyes; having completely effected some Thousands of Cures when all other Means have failed. . gjf Purchasers are requested to see that the Bill of Direction given them with this Article, has got the Proprietor}. Name as is underwritten: All not so signed are Counterfeits. preparedhyme!\ ^ VEStf** Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church- Yard, and at their Warehouse in Northampton; and, Retail, by Robins, Da- ventry ; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Harrod, Harborough; Inwood, and Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Mather, Wellingborough; Collis & Dash, Kettering • and by all other Venders of Medicines in the Kingdom; Price Is. 9d. per Pot, with r " Directions. full True Daffy's Elixir 2 6 Smaller Bottles - 18 Squire's Grand Elixir 1 9 Bostock's Elixir - 2 6 Stourhton's Elixir - I 1J Bathing Spirits - 0 9 Golden & plain Spirits of Scurvy- Grass - 11} Clinton's'SnufF,^ Oil 1 6 Dr. Anderson's Scots Pills, 30 in a Box 1 1J Hooper's Female Pills 1 1J Godfrey's Cordial n 0 Beaume de Vie - Rymer's Tincture Walker's Jesuits Drops - - Wyman's Pills 0 9 3 6 2 9 2 9 2 9 This Day is published, Price One Shilling, neatly done up, New INTRODUCTION to BOOK- KEEPING, after the Italian Method, by Debtor and Creditor; in which the Theory of that Art is not only elucidated and clearly explained, but the Practice made easy and familiar, by the Addition of a Set of Books, exhibiting the various Incidents which Usually fall in a Course of Business; the Whole laid down in a Manner so easy and intelligible, as to be understood in a few Days. By the Rev. R. TURNER, LL. D, Late c/ Magdalen College, Oxford. The fifth Edition, considerably augmented and carefully corrected, by the Rev. J. MALHAM. Printed for B. Crosby & Co. 4, Stationers'- Court, London; and sold by Watts, Rirdsall, Abel, and Burnham, Northampton; also by every Bookseller, Stationer, and New?. man in the United Kingdom. - COMIC TALES. On the 1 st of October was published, neatly printed on fine Wove Demv, 12mo. Price Is. or on Extra- Royal, Hotpressed, Price Is. 6d, embellished with an highly- finished Engraving, No. I. of COMIC TALES; consisting of the most cele- brated Comic Pieces in the English and Foreign Classics; selected from Sterne, Addison, Fielding, Smollett, Goldsmith, Cumberland, Hawkesworth, Moore, Voltaire, Cervantes, Le Sage, & c. & c. and such other Authors as have excelled in that Kind of Writing. %* This Work to be completed in 12 Monthly Numbers, each Number forming a complete Book of itself. Printed for B. Crosby & Co. 4, Stationers'- Court, London; and sold by Watts, Birdsall, Abel, and Burnham, Northampton ; also by every Bookseller, Stationer, and Newsman in the United Kingdom. Spilsburys Antiscorbutic Drops. Girl, aged fourteen, has had, for the last seven Years of her Life, scrofulous Ulcers on her Arms, Neck, Side, and Breasts, attended with great Discharge, particularly at the Periods of Spring. The Disease baffled every Means employed, when she tried SPILSBURY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS, and at this Time she has taken five Bottles ; the smaller Ulcers are all healed, and the larger ones are making fair Advances to the same favourable Ter- mination, which we are justified in concluding from her mended State of Health, probably arising from the good Health of the secreting Glands.— Mrs. DANCER, York, will give further Information on Application; and the original Letters may be seen at the Dispensary, No. 15, Soho- Square, London. Mr. SPILSBURY is not accountable for any Mixture sold, unless the Words " By the King's Patent" arc inserted on the Bill of Directions, Bottle, and Wrapper; the Stamp also ( the King's Duty) is printed in black Ink instead of red Ink. Bottles 5s. 6d. double Bottles 10s. and larger £. 1 2s. Duty in- cluded. g^ r Sold also by the 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 ; Loggin, Aylesbnryand Leighton; and by most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD. DEAR SIR, Bristol, Dec. 15, 1799. IT would be Injustice to the Afflicted as well as yourself, were 1 not to declare that I am restored from a State of deplorable Debility, Weakness, and the horrid Train of Symptoms attendant on a Nervous Complaint of long standing, by the Cordial Balm of Gilead. My Complaint so emaciated me as to be almost incapable of performing the Duty in which I was engaged ( as Mate in the Trelawne'y, from this Port to Jamaica, for six Voyages,) at Sea, or at Home. But, happily, I can now declare, that that valuable Medicine of your's has restored my Health and invi gorated my Constitution, which had previously been impaired by great Exertion and heat of Climate. I can further assure you, that my Wife has taken the Cordial Balm of G ilead for a Complaint in her Stomach, attended with a Variety of distressing and alarming Symptoms of Debility, with Success; being now, thank God, perfectly free therefrom. Should this Letter be deemed proper for Publication, you cer- tainly have my Permission. 1 am, dear Sir, your obedient Servant, SAMUEL LOVELL. Witnesses— WM. PINE & SON, Wine- Street. To Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House. The CORDIAL BALM of GILEAD 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; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, Leicester; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton; by the Printers of the Country Newspapers; and by all the reputable Medicine Venders, Booksellers, & c. inevery principal Town in England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, who will deliver Pamphlets gratis, with a Variety of authentic Documents noted therein. ( JT3" Dr. Solomon, when consulted, expects his usual Fee ot Half- a- Guinea. Such Letters should, for Safety, be thus directed—" Money Letter. Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House, near Liverpool," PELICAN OFFICE, For Insurance on Lives and granting Annuities. rpHIS Office was established in LOMBARD- _ L STREET, LONDON, in the Year 1797, by a numerous and respectable Proprietary ; and the Board ot Directors, with Confidence, arising from the increased Prosperity and Permanency ot the Establish- ment, as well as from the Experience of its Useful- ness and Benefit to the Public, think it due to those who may be still unacquainted with the Importance and Advantages of LIFE INSURANCE, briefly to suggest some of its leading and peculiar Recommend- ations to almost every lJegree and i< ank in Society. Life fnsurance is of manifest Consequence to all who hold Estates for Life, Situations and Offices, Civil, Ecclesiastical, or Professional ; to Officers in the / « ;' niy and Navy, Sec. ; as, by Payment of an Annual Premium, the Party insured is enabled to provide tor Wife, Children, or others, whose tuture Welfare he may wish in vain, by oilier Means, to promote. It allbrds a permanent ultimate Security to those who advance Money upon Annuities or otherwise, it renders Leases, determinable oil one or more Lives, nearly equal in Value to Freehold Estates, as an insurance to the Amount of the 1 ine, payable on the Demise ot a Paity nominated in such Leases, will produce the Sum required lor Renewal. 11 is a cheering Refuge to Parties engaged in extensive and speculative Undertakings; it atfords to Persons in Trade the certain Means or l ndeiniilfiLation against a bad or doubtful Debt; in short, 1 ile Insurance, established in Policy, sanctioned by Government, and confirmed by ti: e Test ol Experience, is become, to almost every Situation of Human Life, a Measure equally important, useful, anil beneficial. Annuities are granted upon the most equitable Terms. JOSEPH HAWTYN, Company's Agent, at Banbury. For the s;>/ « Use of Fari) urs, Breeders, and Dealers in Cuttle, Steicatds, and all concerned in Rural Affairs. This Day was published, fteatiy printed for the Pocket, Price 3s. fid. ill red, oi extra bouud with Tuck or Lock, 4s. ROSBY's FARMER, GRAZIER, STEWARD, BAILIFF, and CA'iTt- E - KEEPERS' MEMO- RANDUM BOOK, from Michaelnus itW7 to 1806; COSTAININC 1. Printed Forms for an Accoupt of Receipts and Payments in 1807, or taking Stock at Michaelmas, & c. 2. Ruled Fonns for keeping a daily Account of every Thing done or to be « one, bought or sold— Money paid or received— Observations, & c. through, out Uie Yiar. 3. A Quarterly Calendar or Remembrancer of Work, & c. to be done— Forms toi Quarterly Statement of Cash Account and Siock on Hand or sold, & c. 4. Laws concerning Wool, Sheep, Game, Butter, Highways, Inns and 1 nvcllers, Masteis and Servants, Duties, Penalties, Provisions, Cattle, nr. d Agri- culture in geneial. 5. Alphabetical Lists of all t « e Towns in England and Wales, with the Market- Days, 1 airs, Miles from London, Members sent, & c.— Bankets in Town — Also Country Bankers, and on whom they draw- ami Taxes. 6. Tables of the various Breeds— Soil— Weights and Measures now used— Manuring— Crops raised— Cal- culating Expencei— Wapes— Work done by the Acre, & c.— Interest— Bank Stock, Sec. 7. Specimens ot a Ledger— and keeping Accounts— Yearly Statement— Hints for the Weatnei — Notices of Cattle Shews, and other Occurrences— Besides which, it answers every Purpose oi the other Gentlemen's 1' oi. ket- Books. pr To be continued Annually. Printed for B. Crosby & Co. Stauoners'- Court, London; ai. d sold by Watts, BirdsJlI, Abel, and Burnham, Northampton; and all othei Booksellers: ot whom may be had, A new Edition of the complete GRAZIER, 12S. A TREATISE on LIVE SIOCK, with many Wood Cuts, by the same Author, 3s. 6d. c Fine Do. — s. to 56s. 60s. Rye ... 36s. to45s. Od. Barley.. 3fis. to 42s. Od. Malt... 60s. to 72s. Od BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. John Martin, now or late of Villier's- street, near the Strand, Middlesex, victualler, Oct. 29, Nov. 7, and Dec. 5.— Attornies, Messrs. Windus, Son, & Holtaway, Southampton- buildings, Chancery- lane. William Bradshaw, of Sheffield, grocer, Nov. 5, 6, and Dec. 5, at the George Inn, Sheffield.— At- torney, Mr. William Sargant, Sheffield. Elkanah Holroyde of Manchester, manufacturer, Oct. 30, 31, and Dec. 5, at the Bridgewater- Arms Inn, Manchester.— Attornies, Messrs. Chesshyre & Walker, Manchester. John Hetrell, of Exeter, corn- merchant, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, and Dec. 5, at the Old London Inn, Exeter. — Attorney, Mr. John Pidsley, Exeter. William Chapman Mast, of Kingston- upon- Hull, cornfactor and baker, Nov. 3,4, and Dec. 5, at the George Inn, Kiiigston- upon- Ilull.— Attorney, Mr. Gal land, Hull. Gilbert Sprague, late of Topsham, Devonshire rope- maker, Nov. 3, 7, and Dec. 5, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Mr. John Pidsley, Kxeter. William Heath, of Chippenham, Wilts, clothier, Oct. 27, Nov. 7, and Dec. 5, at Guildhall, London. — Attorney, Mr. Vowles, Bristol. Joseph Waybran & James Gerrard, of Swan- street, Minories, London, comfactors, Nov. 3, 14, and Dec. 5, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Druce, Bil- liter- square, Fenchurch- street. John Kemp & Benjamin Hoyt, of Mark - lane, London, wine and brandy- merchants, Nov. 7, 14 and Dec. 8, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Gregl son & Dixon, Angel- court, Throgmorton- street. Benjamin Norden, of Exeter- street, Strand, London grocer, Oct. 31, Nov. 10. and Dec. 8„ at Guildhall' — Attorney, Mr. Isaacs, Mitre- court, Aldgate. William Beck, of Bishopsgate- street, Middlesex, dealer, Nov. 3, 14, and Dec. 8, at Guildhall.— At- tornies, Messrs. J. & R. Willis, Warnford- court Throgmorton- street. William Potter, of Kenton, Devonshire, tailor Nov. 9, 10, and Dec. 8, at the Globe tavern, Exeter! — Attorney, Mr. Bowring, Exeter. DIVIDEND to be made to Creditors. Nov. 18. Samuel Foster, of GrafFham, Hunting- donshire, timber- merchant, at the George Inn, Huntingdon. MARKETS.— London, Oct. 20. Our arrivals of Wheat to- day from Essex and Kent were very considerable, the sales of which were dull, and prices farther looking downward by Is. and 2s. per quarter. Good Red Wheats, however", found buyers at about 60s. per quarter, but the stands were not cleared at the close of the market. — Barley is rather on the rise.— Old Malt remairs at last reported ; but fine samples of New obtained near 80s. per quarter.— White Peas continue to fetch high prices, but they are not dearer.— No Grev Peas of first quality up.— Tick and small Beans, and Oats, are all of the. m rather dearer.— We have no arrivals of the last- mentioned. Wheat.. 40s. to 50s. 54s. Oats 24s. to 28s. 3?< r. HorseBeansoas. to 60s. Od. Tick Ditto 48s. to 52s. 0d. White Peas 110s. to 130s. Grey Ditto 56s. to G4s. Od. PRICE of FLOUR.— Fine 50s. to 55s. Od. HOPSj per Pocket. — Kent, 51. 5s. to 61. 16s. Sussex,' 51. 0s. to 61. 0s. — Earnham, 81. 0s. to 101. 0s. SMITHFIRLD, Oct. 26. To sink the offal. Ox Beef, 3s. 6d. to 5s. Od. Wether Mutton, 4s. 0d. toyt 5s. Od. Veal, 4s. Od. to 5s. 8d. Pork, 4s. 8d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb, 4s. Sd. to 5s. 4d. Sold this day, Beasts, 2200— Sheep and Lambs, 15,500. NEWGATE and LSADENHALL, Oct. 26. By the carcase. Beef, 3s, Od. to4s. 2d. Mutton, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 4d. Veal, 3s. 6d. to 5s. 4d. Pork, 4s. 8d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb, 4s. 0d. to 5s. Od. i TALLOW.— Town, 67s. Od. White Russia,— s. Od. to 62s. Od. ( Soap),— s. Od. to 61s. Od. Melting Stuff, ' A — s. to 48s. Od. Ditto rough, — s. to 33s. Good « Dregs, 12s. Od. Graves, 12s. Od. LEATHER, per lb. Butts, 50 to 5filb. 22d. to, Ditto, 60 to 651b. 26d. to 27d. Merchants' Backs, 21d.- jp( to 22cl. Dressing Hides, 17d. to 18£ d. Fine Coach- Hides, 18$ d. to 21d. Crop Hides, 35 to 401b. per doz. 21d. to 2J4d. Ditto, 45 to 501b. 17d. to^ Od. Calf Skins, 30 to 401b. 36d. to 42d. Ditto, 50 to 701b. 33d. to 36d. Ditto, 70 to 801b. 26d. to 32d. Small Seals, per lb. 38d. to 40d. Large Ditto, per doz. 100s. to 160s. Goat Skins, — s. to — a pel doz. Tanned Horse- Hides, 18s. to 30s. each. i NORTHAMPTON: Printed and Published by and for T. JJ1CEF and IV. SUTTON.
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