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The Salopian Journal


Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
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The Salopian Journal

Shropshire Newspaper - With News from Herefordshire and Wales
Date of Article: 14/03/1810
Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Address: Corn-Market, Shrewsbury
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 842
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PRINTED BY WILLIAM EDDOWES, Vol. 17.] N0, 842. Wednesday, if mtrri al ImM ^ v v v " ' ' : o CORN- MARKET, 1 SHREWSBURY. PATV^' i'Slffr Price Sixpence Halfpenny. This Paper is circulated in the most expeditious Manner through the adjoining Counties of ENGLAND and WALES.— Advertisements not exceeding ten Lines, inserted at Five Shillings and Sixpence each. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. Shrewsbury, 13th March, Is10. " NOTICE is hereby given, Thai the J wizen for the - I * County of Salop will he held at Shrewsbury, in and for the said County, on Saturday, thetith Day of March, 1810: and the Jurors are desired to attend on Monday Morning, the 26th, at eight o'CIock. WILLIAM LLOYD, Esq. Sheriff. LYTTLETON's NEW QUARTO EDITION OF THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND. This Day is published, price only ElfiHTEENCE, CONTAINING sixteen Pages of Tetter Press, elegantly printed on superfine Demy Taper, embellish- ed with a superb Frontispiece, from a Drawing by Thurston, engraved in the first Stile bv C. Warren ; NUMBER I. The succceding Numbers to be published Weekly, of A NEW AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF ENGLAND. Including a faithful and accurate Narration of nil the Events in the Political, Civil and Religious History of Britain, from the Landing of Julius Orc- ar to the Commencement of Hostilities with France in 1803. By GEORGE COURTNEY LYTTLETON, Esq. Illustrated with upwards of 150 Engravings, descriptive of the most prominent Circumstances in the various Reigns, and Portraits of all the Sovereigns who have swayed the Sceptre of Britain from WILLIAM the CONQUEROR.— A large Whole Sheet CHART of the opposite Coasts of ENGLAND AND FRANCE. AND WHOLE SHEET MAPS OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND. Every Number of this Work contains sixteen Pages of Let- ter Press, with one elegant Engraving, and many of the Numbers are embellished with two Engravings, which is more in Quantity than is given in any other Publication sold at the low Price of Eight- pence per Number. A FINE EDITION Is printed on Wove Vellum Paper, Hot- pressed, with Proof Impressions of the Plates, coloured Maps, and elegant Vignette Title Pages to each Volume. Price one Shilling cach Number. ( JjT The J Thole of this History is just printed off, aud may be had in 120 Numbers, by one or more Weekly, or in. Three I'olumcs, handsomely bound in Calf and Lettered. The Encouragement the Publisher of the above Work has experienced from its first publication, demands his earnest Acknowledgments, and he doubts not hut as Ten Thousand Subscribers have honoured hiin with their Patronage in the former Editions of this History, he shall meet with equal Success in the present, pledging himself to the same Exertions to merit public Favour which have gained him such dis- tinguished Preference. In order to render this Work as complete as possible, the Author is now publishing a CONTINUATION TO THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, From the Commencement of Hostilities with Bonaparte iu 1803.— Price one Shilling cach Number. Twenty- six Numbers are already published ; the Remain- der will he brought forward progressively. A superior Edition is printed, price 2s. each Number. Printed in a handsome uniform Manner, to correspond with the above Work, which will continue it thro' the Pro- gress of the PRESENT WAR, and form a complete Journal of the Events of modern Times. Each Number will be embellished with a masterly Engrav- ing, delineating the principal Occuriences of the Continental warfare from the Rupture of the Peace of Amiens to the pre- sent Time. Also, Whole Sheet Maps of Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Spain ; Plans of the Haibour of Boulogne, Wal- cheren, Flushing, Antwerp, & c. Printed and published by J. Stratford, No. 112, Holborn Hill; Sold by EDDOWES, Shrewsbury, and by all other Book- sellers and Newscarriers in the United Kingdom. Royal Exchange Assurance Office. THE CORPORATION of Ihe ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE do heieby give Notice, that they have authorized ihiir respective Agents to receive Proposals for the Assurance of Farming Stock at the Rate of 2s. per Cent. per Annum. Persons whose annual Premiums fall due on the 25th Instant, are hereby infotmed that Receipts are now ready to be delivered by the Company's Agents undermentioned, and the Parties assured are requested to apply for the Re- ne. wal of tl eir Policies on or before the 9th Day of April, 1810, as the usual Fifteen Days allowed for Payment beyond the Dale of cach Policy will then expire. SAMUEL PENNING, Secretary. SHROPSHIRE. Shrewsbury, Mr. J. Eddowes, Wellington, Mr. Stephen Jennins. Oswestry, Mr. Thomas Hughes., HEREFORDSHIRE. Hereford, Mr. John Allen. I/' ominster, Mr. Samuel Nicholas. Ledbury, Mr. William Holbrooke. BRECKNOCKSHIRE. Brecon, Mr. Charles Wild. DENBIGHSHIRE. Ruthin, Mr. Robert Williams. Wrexham, Mr, Joseph Langford, FLINTSHIRE. Holywell, Mr. William Turton. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Swansea, Messrs. J. and W. Robeit Grove. Cardiff, Joseph Davis. MONTMQUHSH1RE. Monmouth, M r. Thomas Tudor. Newport, John H. Smithers. M ONTGO M ER YS [ II RE. STAFFORDSHIRE. Burton, Mr. Charles Hodson. Lichfield, Mr. William Bond. Stajfoul, Messrs. Stephenson and Webb. Wolverhampton, Mr. James Brown. llanley, Mr. John Tomlinson. Newcastle- under. I. ine, James Halmarack, WORCESTERSHIRE. Kidderminster, Mr Samuel I'errin. Worcester, Mr. Robert Gillam. CHESHIRE. Chester, Mr. Samuel Baker. Macclesfield, Mr. William Buckley. Nantwich, Mr. William Tomlinson. Northwich, Mr. Peter Maddock. Stockport, Mr. Thomas Owen. N. B. Fire Policies will be allowed free of Expense where the annual Premium amounts to 6s, or upwards. £ 3? This Company have invariably made good Losses, by Fire, occasioned by Lightning,— Proposals may be had of the dilferent Agents. ASSURANCES ON LIVES being found tn be advantage- ous to Persons having Offices, Employments, Estates, or other Incomes, determinable on the Life or Lives of them- selves or others; TABLES of. the RATES tor such ASSURANCES and for the GRANTING ANNUITIES on LIVES, may be had of the said Agents. Aud for the greater Convenience of the Public, ttie Company have determined to extend ( try Special AgreementJ the Assurance on Lives to the Agfe of 75 Years. March, 1810. WELSHPOOL. HOUSE AND SHOP TO LET. TO BE LET, And entered upon at Lady Day next; A LARGE, roomy, and convenient DWELLING HOUSE, with a 3- stall STABLE adjoining, situate in the Centre of the Town of Welshpool, the lower Part df which is intended to be converted into p capital SHOP; it will be spacious, and well calculated for Business of great Extent. For Particulars apply to Mr. II. LINGWORTH, Pool. TURNPIKE MEETING, AND TOLLS TO HE LET. AMEETING of the Trustees of the Turnpike Road leading fiom Burlton, through Ruyton aud Knockinto Llanymvnech, in the County of Salop; and from The Oswestry Turnpike Road, near the Wolf's Head, to the East End of Knockin Lane; will be held at the House of Richard Jones, the Craven Arms, iu Ruyton aforesaid, on TUESDAY, tbe THIRD Day of APRIL next, at 10 o'Cloek in the Forenoon ; at which Place and Time, all Persons who are allowed Ihe Privilege of compounding for the Tolls made payable upon the said Road, and intend to take the Benefit thereof, are required to pay their respective Compositions tn the Trustees, otherw ise they will be excluded that Privilege . storing the ensuing Year. The Tolls arising from the said Turnpike Road will be LET TO THE BEST BIDDER, at the Honse of Richard Jones, of Ruyton aforesaid, between the Hours of two nnd four in the Afternoon of the same Day, for one or more Years, to commence on the 1st Day of May, 1810. Security must be given tn the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Ihe Payment of Ihe Rent; and the Surety must be present at the Time of bidding. The ' Tolls are this Year let for the neat Rent of 105 Pounds. FRANCIS BRADDOCK, March 1th, 1810. Clerk to the'Trustees. CAPITAL LIVE STOCK. To be Sold by Auction, BY DAVIES * AND SON, On the Premises, on Monday, the 2d Day of April, 1810: THE truly valuable and well s, elecled LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, and some Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMAS, of DOMMEN CASTELL, in the Parish of Llanfechan, in the County of Montgomery : consisting of 14 excellent Cows, calved and in. calf, seven3- yearsold Bullocks, three 2- yearsoId ditto, three 2- ycars old Heifer?, two 2- yeors old Spayed ditto, one capital 3- years old Bull, one 2- years old ditto, nine Yearling Calves ; three strong Waggon Horses, one 3- years old Filly, of the Draught Kind, one 2- ycars old ditto ; five strong Store Pigs ; » Harvest Cart, Lime ditto, two Ploughs, three Pair of Har- rows, Gearing for four Horses; strong Timber Chain, a Win- nowing Fan, Sieves aud Riddles, Drag Hakes, LimeSharavels, two very large Oak Coffers, Cheese Press, Cheese Vats, several Pair of Bedsteads, and some Bed Clothes, & c. with many other Articles too numerous to mention. The Sale to begin at 10 o'CIock in the Morning. GRAZING LAND. To be Let to the best Bidder, Agreeable to such Conditions as will be produced at the House of Industry Board- Room, on Monday, the 19th of March, 1810, at one o'CIock precisely : ALL that PIECE of LAND, called KINGS- I. AND, lying at a short Distance from the Town of Shrewsbury, and coosistjng of 33 Acres, or thereabouts. The superior Excellence of tbis Pasture is well known. Pos- session may tie had at Lady Day next. SALES BY AUCTION. An excellent Farming Stock, Dairy Vessels, Kc. BY G. TAYLOR,' On the Premises at WIRSWALL, near Whitchurch, in the County of Salop; on Wednesday, the 28th Day of March, 1810; ALL lhat young and valuable FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy, Brewing Vessels, & c. the Property of Mr. JOHN PARSONS, who is retiring trom the Farming Business: consisting of fourteen desirable in- calf Dairy Cows, three valuable calving Heifers; one able Draught Horse, ( suitable for a Road Wag. gon), one useful Ditto, ( cither for Saddle or Harness) ; seveial Sets of Gears, Crank and Foot Chains, long Cart and Gearing complete, one Tumbrel, two Ploughs ( nearly new), Pair of Harrows, Winnowing Fan, Land Roller, I'ikcls and Rakes, Wheelbarrow; an excellent large Cheese Tub, seveial Cheese Vats, large Churn, Quantity of English Oak Iron- bouud Barrels, with several Dairy Utensils too numerous for Insertion. N. B. The above Cow- s are young and iu fine Condition, and will tome in for early Profit; the Horses are stout and SALES BY AUCTION. Well- selected Farming Stock, and Fat Ware. BY WRIGHT AND SON, On the Premises, at LITTLE BOI. AS, near Wellington, in the County of Salop ; on Friday 16th, and Saturday 17th of March, 1810; rriHE truly valuable FARMING STOCK JL belonging'to Mr. J. PODMORE, of little Bolas aforesaid, who is changing liis Residence: consisting of sixteen fine Dairy Cows, calved and iu- calf, two fresh barren Cows, two 2- year old Bullocks, a good 2- vear old Bull ; four excellent draught Mares and Geldings, one Nag Mare, one beautiful Blood Mare 5- year* old, two 1- vear old black Celts; fifty Ewes, lambed and in- lamb, fifty capital Fat Wethers, | each in Lots, these Sheep are cf the true Ryland Breed ; a fine Sow and ten Pigs, four store Pigs; one Waggon, one Dung Cart, two Ploughs; two pair of Harrows, I„- uid Ruller, SALES BY AUCTION. Capital Farming Stock, Kc. BY WRIGHT AND SON, Oh the Premises, at LITTLE ROUS, near Wellin g, i:, tlie County of Salop, on Wednesday, the 21st Day of March 1810, and the thiee following D. i^ s, until all U sold; • aluable FARMING STOCK, OF HUSBANDRY, HIU- iEHTLD FURNITURE, DAIRY and BREWING VESSELS, of Mr. JAMES HEATLBY, of Little Bilas aforesaid, wfc-, is Retiring from the Fannin? Amine?*; cvisisting of th'irty- peven fine Dairy Cows, calved and in- calf, one barren Cow, three barren Heifers, two 3- year old Bullocks, four Twinters, one excellent Bull, 2 year old ; II ... /• , . ' ALL ( lie truly I IMPLEMENTS Gearing for four Horses, six Fodder Cribs, Malt- mill, one I oJV, Zi'T !'""' * V* 5 ^ large Stack Frame, large Stone Cistern, several Hog Troughs, .°° e MY « one beautiful cbesont Nag Hr « . Drag and other Rakes, Forks, Y elves, Spade-, Mattocks, Pikes, Shovels, and all kind of Farming Utensils; also a large Quantity of Dung, Straw, and Fodder. The FURNITURE consists nf several Pairs of Bedsteads, two Feather Beds, Bolsters and Bedding, several Sets of joined, turned and other Chairs, one easy Chair, Oak and other Dining and Dressing 1 ables, Pillar and Claw Stands, several good Linen Chests and Chests of Drawers, Set of Shelves, nnd a Quantity of Pewter, Wind- up- jack, eight Day Clork, in an Oak Case, one Alarum Clock, a Napkin Press, Several Tubs and Barrels, and n variety of other Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Vessels. N. B. Tlie above Cows are in fine Condition, and will all come to immediate Profit; Mr. Podmore's Team is too well known in the adjoining Neighbourhood to need any Comment; active Workers; the Dairy and Brewing Vessels are chiefly I the Nag Mare is well adapted for either the Field or the Road, ACURATE wanted, the Beggining of NEXT MAY, to serve iu a small retired Village in Hereford- shire ; Stipend o£ 60. a Year. Further Particulars may be known by directing to the Rev. I. G. at Mr. BARRATI'S, Bookseller, Bond Street, Rath. ~ TTfTiE L L'S TRULY PREPARED American Ploughman's Drops. rTlHE most effectual and best adapted REMEDY X in the known World, for EVERY SPECIES of the VENEREAL DISEASE, from the slightest Infection to the most inveterate and leprous Stage of that loathsome and highly destructive Disorder. It is also, under proper Directions, a safe and most excel- lent Medicine for Ihe Cure of Scrofula, or King's Evil, Scurvy, various Impurities of the Blood, Weaknesses from vitiated Humours, & c. & e. Faithfully and most carefully prepared ( and sold Whole Sale and Retail) by J. BYTHELL, Druggist and Apothecary, Bt his House, Pride- Hill, Shrewsbury,— Price 10s. per Bottle, with ample Directions, Duty included. Mr. BYTHRLL has long known, and prepared from the true and original Recipe, this very Sovereign Remedy; and from his having been regularly bred to a Knowledge of the different Properties of Medicine, he can venture to assert, as an undeniable Truth, their powerful, safe, and most salutary Effects in the Cure of the above Diseases; aud he can say from his own Opinion of their Composition, as well as his Experience among the different Patients to whom he has given them, that he truly believes they are, by many De- grees, superior to any other Mediciue that in such Cases could be offered to the Public. Pull Directions ( in the different Cases) arc given with the Drops; and for recent Venereal Complaints, a Bottle can be had with them, Price Is. Od. which will make a Pint of Injection, that will be necessary also to use, iu Order to make a complete, speedy, and effectual Cure;— but this will only be wanting in such State of tbe Disease, and not other- wise. N. 1'.. The Drops are in square Bottles, with these Word moulded upon them, • By theWs American Ploughman's Drops.' BYTHELL'S Never failing Remedy against BILIOUS COMPLAINTS. Prepared, and sold by him, at his House, I' riac- llul, Shrewsbury, The many highly flattering Proofs that J. Bythell has received of the very superior Efficacy of his admirable Pills, for the Cure of Bilious and other Complaints of that Class, have induced him to go more extensively into their Prepara- tion, and to increase considerably his Stock of this excellent and approved- of Remedy : and he now offers them to the general Public, on the Test of the most tried Experience, as a sure and unfailing Mediciuc in such Complaints, and as one that cannot but produce the happiest Effects, and give immediate Relief in the long Train of various and very painful Illnesses, such as Indigestions, Lowuess of Spirits, Discolourations of the Skin, Flatulency, Debility, Head- aches, Spasms, Loss of Appetite, broken Rest, extreme Heaviness, Pains iu the Bowels, ' Tremblings, and other Complaints inseparable from these most enervating aud truly melancholy Disorders. These vivifying and salutary Pills will strengthen the di- gestive Organ-, and induce a free and equal Circulation throughout ihe whole Frame— will animate Ibe Spirits, and invigorate the Body— alter ihe inert and sluggish State of the Livei, and general Viscera, and auicnd and meliorate the corrupted and morbid Secretion of the Bile und gastric Juices— will restore ihe different Parts to their proper Tone and Elasticity, and carry off those viscid and injurious Slag- nations, which form various aud difficult Obstructions that sink the Mind to the lowest Ebb of Despondeucy, and prevent a proper Course and Passage in the finer Vessels. These Pills will, by their correcting aud de- obstruent Quality , induce a Flow of Spirits and of Health, such as had not been of a long Tune experienced, and which by their Use, and a little due aud attentive Care, may be preserved for a long Time undiminished. Price 2s. yd. per Box, Duty included: with anple Direction?, too large for an Advertisement. new, and in good Repair.— The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clock, as the whole will be Sold iu oue Day. LARGE AND VALUABLE Farming Stock, Household Furniture, BY G. TAYLOR, On Monday Ihe 2nd, and Tuesday the 3rd Days of April, 1810, on the Premises at AG DUN, in the Parish of Malpas, and County of Chester; ALL that voting and excellent LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS tn HUSBANDRY, Dairy, Brewing Vessels, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & c. the Property of Mr. JOHN HENSHAW, who is quitting his Farm : consisting of sixteen Dairy Cows, calved and in- calf, four Barren Dittq, two yearling Calves, one handsome 2- yearold Bull; one Waggon Mare, in foal hv that noted Horse called the Farmer's Glory, two other Ditto ; five Ewes in lamb, and one Ram; one in- pig Sow, two strong Stores; one Harvest Waggon and Gearing complete ( nearly new), long Cart and Gearing, Plough, Pair of Harrows, Crank and Foot Chains. The Dairy Vessels, Household Furniture, & c. consist of large and small Mash Tubs, several English Oak Iron- bound Barrels, capital Cheese Screw and Horse, a Qunnt. iiy of Milking Cans, an Assortment of Cheese Vats, large Oak Cheese Plank, Stone Cheese Press, an excellent large Press Bedstead, three Stump Ditto, Oak Dining Tables, Dressing Tables, a number of Oak Coffers, large Oak Kitchen Table, and Bench, large strong Oak Screens, several stout Kitchen Chairs, large Iron Furnace and Bottom, Stone Cisterns and Pig- troughs, with numerous other Articles, too tedious for Insertion. — . N. U. The Auctioneer begs Leave to acquaint the Public, lhat the above Stock of Coivs are chiefly young and well bred; notwithstanding the scanty Produce of the Farm, they are all in fine Condition, and such Milkers for Quantity and Quality, as can scarcely be equalled; The Horses are foil of Bone and Activity, steady Workers, and suitable for the Farming Purposes. The Live Stock and Implements will be Sold the first Day.— The Sale to begin each Morning at Ten o'Chck. and the Blood Filly is a complete Beauty, out of a full Blood Mare, by Hanley's George, and her Gift for going anil Speed is nearly equal to that of a Telegraph ; the Wether Sheep are of an excellent Sort, and Fat, the. Ewes are of a true Twin Rvland Breed, and theft- Wool exceeding fine ; the I'igs are of a good Sort; and the Fanning Utensils and Household Furniture in good Condition; therefore the Auctioneers request the particular Attention of tlie Public.— The Sale will com- mence each Morning at Ten o'CIock, and the Live Stock nnd Implements of Husbandry, will be Sold on the first Day. A1 Capital Farming Stock, tfc. BY It. MADDOX, . On the Premises, without tbe least Reserve, on Thursday, the 29th Day of March, 1810, and the two following Days: ALL ( he truly valuable and well- selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, together with Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMAS SUMMER. PI ELD, of LLANFoRDA, near Oswestry, in the County of Salon, who is declining the Farming Business. Catalogues will be prepared immediately, aud may be bad at the following Tlaces, ( viz.) Royal Hotel, and Feathers Inns, Chester; Lion, and Talbot, Shrewsbury; Eagles, Wrexham; Hand, Llangollen; Eagles, Ruabon; Hand, Chirk; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere ; White Horse, Over- ton; Boot, and White Lion, Whittington; the Place ot Sale; of the AUCTIONEER; and Mr. EUWARDS, Printer, Oswestry. Valuable Farming Stock. BY THOMAS ROBERTS, On the Premises, on Friday, the I6lh, and Saturday, the 17th Days of March, 1810 ; LL the truly valuable FARMING STOCK and IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, belonging to JOHN PLUMB I'., Esq. DOLA RDDYN HALL, near Welsh- pool, County of Montgomery ; consisting of six powerful Waggon Horses, with Gearing complete, two fine Saddle Horses, and one capital Mule ; eight calving Cows, one barren Cow, twenty calving Heifers, three Bullocks, and one spayed Heifer; twenty- two store Pigs, in Lots; two Lime Waggons, two Harvest Waggons, two Tumbrels, two double Ploughs, two single Ploughs, two Rollers, one Win- nowing Machine, four Pair of Harrows, several Lots of Bags aud Hurdles, five Drag Rakes, Barn Riddles, &, c. & c.; one GIG, and Harness complete. The Whole of the Household Furniture, Brewing and Dairy Utenfils, will be Sold by Auction about the MIDDLE of APRIL next, of which due Notice will be given. Capital Dairy, Farming Stock, tfc. BY LAKIN ANI) SON, On Monday the 19th, and Tuesday the 2ftth Days of March, 1810, on the Premises at the HERMITAGE FARM, iu the Parish of Hodnet, and County of Salop ; ART of the valuable LIVE STOCK of Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Sheep, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBAND- RY, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, and nearly all the neat and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & c. belonging to Mrs. CHIDLEY, who is quitting one Part of the said Farm: consisting of the following extremely useful, and truly valuable Articles : Six in- calf Cows, of early Note for the Dairy, fifteen capital well- bred calving Heifers, fourstirk Heifeis, three yearling Calves, one high- bred Bull, two Years old, one good yearling Bull- calf; oue strong draught Horse, six Years old, full of Bone, and very suitable for a Road Waggon, & c. ot. e half- bred Horse, six Years old, suitable for Harness or Cavalry, one Blood Mare, five Years old, ( got by OIJ Glaucus, out of a capital bred Mate), one useful bay back Horse, four Years old, a good Roadster and steady in Harness, two well- bred yeailing Colts of the Saddle kind ; fourteen strong Store Pigs, in Lots; about two- hnndied Kwe Sheep, lambed and in- iarnb, of the black- faced Ryland sort, in Lots, about forty Fat Wether Ditto, in Lots; one good Waggon, geared, one double Plough, one Pair ol Har- rows, Corn Fan and Trial, Malt Mill, Straw Engine, two Sets of Horse Gears, & c.; one large Cheese Press, two Churns, several Cheese Vats, aud other useful Dairy Utensils, large Mashing Tub, one ditto Cooler, several large capital Aie Barrels, & c.; one handsome Oak Four- post Bedstead, with rich Cotton'Furniture, nearly new, several other Bedsteads with Hangings, a neat Bureau Bedstead, with Feather Bed, Bolster, aud Bedding to Ditto complete; a very handsome Oak Parlour Beaufet, with four Doors, Set of neat Parlour Chairs, Rush Seats, an excellent eight Day Clock, Oak Dresser aud Pewter, large Servants Dining Table, with Forms, several capital Oak Dining Tables, Stands, and Linen Chests, handsome bright wrought Kitchen Grate, and new Back Oven, Screen and Salt Coffer, with various other useful Articles, too many to here insert. N B. The Public are heieby respectfully informed, that the above Stock is truly desirable, the Heifers are well- bred, and together with the young Stock are very promising ; the Horses will justly answer the Description here given; the Sheep for Profit, cannot fail meeting every Approbation ; and tbe whole as above mentioned, will punctually be sold without Reserve. The Live Stock and Implements will be Sold the Firsi Day ; the Dairy and Brewing Vessels, and Household Furniture, on the Second,—' The bale begins each Morning at Ten o'CIock.. Montgomeryshire Oak Timber. At the Oak Inn, in the Town of Pool, in the County of Montgomery, on Monday, the 19th Day of March, 1810, between the Honrs of four and six in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions that will be then produced : rriHE following VALUABLE TIMBER, re- JL gularly numbered with a Scribe, either in one or two Lots, as shall lie agreed upon at the Time of the Sale. If in two Lots, the same will be put up as under: LOT I. 35 OAK TREES, growing in Hedge Rows upon a Farm called ltha- Bach, in the Parish of Guilsfield, in the hold- ing of John Jones. LOT 11. 145 OAK TREES and 17 CYPHERS, growing in a Coppice upon the same Farm. The whole of the above Timber is remarkably sound ; some of large Dimensions, and well adapted for Building. Lot I commences with number 1, and ends at 35, and prin- cipally grows in Hedges adjoining the Road to rjuilsfield.— Lot 2 commences with number 36, and ends with 180, aud grows in a Coppice, a Field's breadth only fiom the Road. Both Lots are distant from the Guilsfield Branch of the Mont- gomeryshire Canal about two, and from Pool Quay, where the River is navigable, about four Miles, Mr. John Jones, of the Lane, near Guilsfield, will shew the Timber; and further Particulars may be had by applying o Mr. THOMAS ANWYL, of Bala, Merionethshire. 5- year old, one Nag Mare, 3- year old ; thirty- one Fat Wetli- crs of the Ryland Breed, in Lots, thirty black- faced Ryland Ewes, to a Southdown Ram, in Lots; one large Sowin. pig, seven Store Pigs; two Waggons, one long Cart, two Oeij Carts, one double Plough,' three Wheel Ploughs, two Hand Ploughs, one Set of Harrows and Swing Tree, two Pair of Harrows, Gearing for seven llorse<, Straw Engine, two Corn Coders, Malt- mill, Laud Roller, two half Measures, Beam, Scales, and Weights, with drag aud otliar Rakes, Fork*, Yelves, Spades, Scythes, Sickles, Peas Hooks, s Hoppers, Ladders, Stone and other Cisterns, Hoj- houghs, Cow So!**, Wheelbarrows, Stack- frames, ami all other Farming Utensil's. The Household Furniture consists of twelve fine Fe- it'iet Beds and Bolsters, Blankets, Quilts and Covers, fourteen Pair of Fonijxnt, Turn- up. Half- headed, Stump, and otlivr Bedsteads, with Plaid, Plain, Linsi v and other HanriiM « , one beautiful Wardrobe Bedstead, Chintz Furniture to Ditto, Bed- side and other Carpets, Dinim, Dressing, Peinbrok-, Card and other'Tables, Pillar and Claw Stands; Pier, Swing and nth11 r Looking Glasses, Wash- hand Stand, he. several Chests c. f Drawers, Linen Chests, Trunks and Boxes, Folding and other Clothes Horses, several Sets of joined, turned and other Chairs, Tea- boards, Hand- boards, Waiters and Bottle- slides, China, aud Earthenware, a bandsouie eight Day Clock in an Oak Case, with the Day of the Month, Ciren- lationofthe Moon, and strikes the Quarters, ( by Btnkow), a good Oak Dresser and Shelves, and a Quantity of Pewter, Kitchen Grate, Ash Grate. Cupboard. Oven, Sweak, Trevet, and Appendapcs, several Sets of Fire Irons, Fenders, Stand, plates, Sad and Box Irons, a B ittle. jack and Camp, Tin Hastener, Iron Furnace and Boiler, with Pots, Kettles, Saucepans and Tin- ware, Cheese Screw, Cird Tub and Frame, two large Stone Cheese Presses, Cheese Planks, Shelves arid a Sink- stone, a great Number of large and small Iron- bound and other Tubs, Pails, Gauns, Cleansing Sieve and Mash Rule, eleven Half Hogsheads aril a number of small Casks, all in good Condition, and a variety of Dairy aud Brewing Vessels; about seven Tons of excellent fine flavoured Cheese, to be Sold fby Private Contract; three Fowling Pieces. N. B. This Stock, as a Dairy Stuck, is particularly well worthy the Attention of the Public, being young, iu high Condition, and those that have not already calved, will Calve in due Time for the Dairy; The draught Horses are steady Workers, and the Nag Horse and Mare lit for the Field or Road ; the Sheep and Pigs are well worth Notice; tibe Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, are clean and iu good Repair; and as ibe whole will be Sold without the least Reserve, it renders a favourable Opportunity to the Public.—' The Sale will begin each Morning at Teo o'Clo- j,;; and the Live Stock and Implements of Husbandry, nill b-; Sold on the first DJV. Montgomeryshire Oak and Ash Timber. At the Herbert's Anns Inn, Kerry, on Thursday, tbe 29th Day of March Instant, ( unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given), subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then there produced : 200 OAK Timber Trees, numbered with a Scribe, upon Garthiiin Farm, in the Holding of Ml. Richard Powell. IOT II. 800 OAK Timber Trees, and 2 ASH Trees, also numbered with a Scribe, upon Wenallt Farm, in the Occu- pation of Mrs. Morris. LOT ill 204 OAK Timber Trees, also numbered with a Scribe, upou Graig Farm, in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Owen. LOT IV. 711 OAK Timber Trees, also numbered with a Scribe, Iifron Penaron Farm, in the Occupation of Mr. Pryce Brumwell. LOT V. 30 FIR Trees, on the same Farm. LOT VI. 35 ASH and 8 ELM Trees, on the same Farm. Lor VII. 33 FIR Trees, on Lower Penaron Farm, inthe Occupation of Mr. Edward Jones. Lor VIII. 42 OAK Timber Trees, numbered with a Scribe, upon Tyn- y- roa Farm, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Junes. The above mentioned Farms are situate in the sevcial Parishes of Kerry and Mouchtrey, distant each about 8 Miles from the Canal at Garthmil, to which Place there are good Roads, LOT IX. 76 OAK POLLARDS, numbered with a Scribe, up6n Freedd Farm, in Ihe Parish of Llanllwchairn, within half a Mile of the Town of Newtown, in the Occupation of Mr. George Matthews. The Oak Timber ' Trees are principally of large Dimensions, appear sound, and fit for Navy and Plauk Timber ; the Ash for Hoops and Wheelwright Work, aud several of the Pollards appear sound. The. several Tenants will shew the Lots growing npon the Farms in their respective Occupations; and further Parti- culars maybe had from Mr. WILLIAMS, Timber- Surveyor, Kerry, or Mr. STETHRNS, Solicitor, Newtown. 5( 1 March, 1810, MONTGOMERYSHIRE AND MERIONETHSHIRE OAK TIMBER AND POLES. At the Unicorn Inn, in the Town of Machynlleth, on Tuesday, the 17th Day ot April next, unless previously disposed ot by Private Contract, together, oi in Lots; ALL Ihe OAK TIMBER TREES and POLES in LLYNLLOFD WOOD, in the Parish of Machynlleth. ALSO, 370 FIR TREES, on Llynlloed aforesaid. ALSO, in one or more Lots, a considerable Number of OAK TIMBER and Poles, now growing on Cwmcsdiau Farm, within three Miles of Machynlleth. Mr. John Davies, of the Skinners'Arrn « Inn, Machyn- lleth, will shew the Timber and Poles. — For Particulars apply to Mr. STEPHENS, Solicitor, Newtown. ' bik March, 1310. A Farming Stock worth Notice. BY WRIGHT AMD SON, On the Premises, at the CITADEL, near Hawkstone Inn, in the County of Salop; on Tuesday the 3rd, and Wed- nesday the 4th Days of April, 1810, at ten o'Clock in the Morning of each Day; ALL the truly valuable well selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, aud a Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of the late GEORGE DOWNWARD, Es; p deceased: consisting of twelve capital Dairy Cows, calved and in- ca| f, one Barren Cow ; four useful Draught II irses, and Geaiing ( or six Horses; two good Waggons, one . in Shells, with Gearing, una Long Cart", tivo Duug Carts, one Six- inch . wheeled Harvest Cart or Trolly, one covered Market Cart, one double Plough, two Hand Ploughs, three Pair of good Harrows, about twelve Dozen of Hurdles, in Lot-, Land Roller, two Stack Fiaiues, two Straw Engines on ai improved Construction, two Com Coffers, Malt- mill, B ; am Scales and Weights, twenty Corn Sacks, several Fodder Cribs and Crutches, Cisterns and Hog Troughs, S'one r. nd Wood, three Drag Rakes, with Liine Shovels, yiv£ s, Spades, Rakes, Forks, Wire aud other Lanthorns, Weeding Tungs, Peas Hooks, two Wheelbanows, aud various oilier Farming Utensils; and about twenty Seed Casks, iu Lots. The Furniture consists of two Pair of Bedsteads, with blue and white Plaid Hangings, two good Feather Beds, Bolsters Blankets and Covers; one Mahogany Oval Dining Table' ten beautiful Mahogany Medal Back Chairs, Satin Hair Seats over the Rail, with several other Chairs, Tables, See. a good Kitchen Grate and Apjiendages, Oak Dresser anil Shelves, Pillar and Claw Stand, Wire and other Fenleis Fire Irons and Kitchen Requisites ; a large Mash Tub, Cheese Tub nnd Cover, three Lend Milk Coolers, a large Stone Cheese Press, ten Cheese Vats ; ten large and small Casks in gnod Condition, six Wood Bottles, Cheese Screw, Horse aud Appendages, with Pails, Gauns, and all Kinds of Household Furniture, Dairy, anil Brewing Vessels; iwo good Fowling Pieces, and numerous other Articles. N. B. The I Jte Mr. Dowuward's Farming Stock is too well known to need any Comment; the Farming Utensils Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Vessel, are HI good Condition, and the whole will be Sold without Reserve • therefore the Auctioneers request the Attention of the Public! — The Live Stock aud Implements in Husbandry, will bii Sold on tbe first Day's Sale. CAPITAL OAK TIMBER. ' BY WRIGHT AND SON, At the House of Mr. Job Swincbatt, known by the Siin of the Stag's Head, in Dr& yton, in the County of Salop'^ on Tuesday, the 10th of April, 1810, at four o'Clock in iiie Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then pro- duced, in the following Lots, or iu such other Lotsas snail be agreed upou at the Time of Sale: ALL those 155 valuable OAK TREES, now blazed and numbered with Scribes, growing on two Faims, in THE MURREY, in. the Parish ot ADuERLt. V in the County of Salop: Lot. No. 1— 20 excellent OAK TREES, marked as aforesaid. 2 — 30 Ditto Ditto 3— 20 4 — 20 5 — 25 6 — 20 7 — 20 Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto N. B. The Murrey is distant from Drayton five Miles and from Whitchurch six Miles j the Trees are very lengthy of large Dimensions, perfectly souud and clefty ; the Bark is extremely fresh, and free from Scotch; therefore the Auc- tioneers beg Leave to recommend tiiis Timber to tbe Notice of the Public, for any Purpose where Length and Sfength are required; Jonn Hunt, jiiu. at tlie Collage, in tbe Muuev, will shew ihe Timber, aud i- Hplam eacb Lot. sea= LONDON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. Yestrrdav a Cadiz and Lisbon Mail arrived. Joseph Bonaparte has fixed bis head quarters at Port St. Marv's rpposilr Cad 7.. Ue has with him abort 12 000 men; the remainder rf his ntmv is distributed frrm Xeres to Chiminna; the intnl nrneiint is estimated at 50,000 men. Havine been ' disappointed iti their hope of taking Cadiz bv a cnun- de main. they are now piecting batteries for the j'ttrpopo of an- nriyirg the shipping in the harbour, and seem deteimined to lay tegttlar siege to the Isle of Leon, approaching from Chira- Inrin. On the 17th they made a sharp attack with a corps of shout C000 men upon the entrance- oflie Isle; hut the Spaniard', and a detachmeilt of ferltish artillery, soon obliged thrm to retreat. Sir Gi. re OtKelev is rppnjnUd Minister to the Court of Per- sia, with an npi nir trnent of ,£ 5000 a year ; and a retreat of « £' 2C00 a year. The Persian Ambassador, it is therefore sup- posed, has succeeded in the object of his mission to Fngland. The Porr. mi Catholic Prelates, assembled in ITablin'on tbe 94th i tt. crrrr to sorral resolutions, in one of which they ray, tint hnvir. g disclaimrd upon rath all. light of the Pope to irfeifrre in tfTnpoVfil concerns, an adlifien<* e to the prac- tice ilsnved in the appointment of Irish Roman Catholic Bishop? faun t trnd lo pri'iluce any mischievous rxereise of any foreign influence. Of course they will not ' concede the Veto. FRIDAY, MARCH 0. Durrh J upris to Ihe 6th inst. and French to the 2d, liave been receivfd. Fonaparie, in a Message to the Senate, has rrpmmcid his intended rrariinge with the Archduchess Marin louila. The marriage sYticles between the Arch- duchess pud himself have already been signed and ratified ; and Peithicr has been ser. t In Vicrra to cscnrt the Princess to Paris, vine they aie exjccted about the 25th of tliis month The Gleaner is arrived at Plymouth with dispatches from the Mediterranean. I old Collirpwood was at Minorca, with 16 spil of the line. The Toulon fleet had not ventured to sea. The Farl of Chatham has resigned the post of Master ^ Xlt neral tif the Ordnance. His l ordship's resignation was tendered to his Majesty at the I. evec on Wednesday, and accepted. The si m of ,£ 1600 war on Monday r8"' into the Ex- chequer, hy Ihe rliiection of Mr. Perceval, to whom it had come Inclosed in fin anonymous letter, desciibing it to be the amount of certain duties which had been omitted to he paid, and of wh- ch the prison who sent it was anxious not to de- fraud the public. A sv. ni of . f 200 received in a similar man- rrr, was paid into the Exchequer by Mr. Pcrceval some months ago. SATURDAY, MARCH 10. His Majesty's shop Pylodes, Capt. Ferguson, has rap- tured the French piirateer I'Aigle, of 14 enns and 80 men the slcop Cephalus, Capt. Harvey, has taken the French pri- vatcer l. e Scipion, of 4 guns and 69 men; and the sloop Werzel, Cnpt. Prescott, the French corvette pi ivateer I'Eole, of CO gunv and 140 men.— Gazette. The. Cadiz papers up to the 24th tilt, state, that the enemy yet innde no cfrious attack upon Cadiz or the Isle of J. eon, and the Spaniard? are actively impiovingthe means of defence. The French wish to carry on an active commerce of flags of truce. Thry send in proclamations qrd addresses, » hirh Ihe Governor orders to be burnt by the bunds of the coir in on hangman. A letter, dated Cadiz, Feb. 54, from a gentleman of great tesprctability, states, thai 28 sail of vessels came. Ihat morn- ing into their port firm Gibraltar, bringing the 881 h regi- ment ; so that tluv hnvc now four English and one Porni- grcse icgirocnts, making rear 5000 men, and also 500 English artillery. n- en, In the vessels that came from Gib- raltar, were also 3000 Spanieh rrrops, which, in the late disastrous Kflairs bad made their way to that place. A mail from New York arrived this morning, and brought letters and parers to the 30th. of Januaiy, the day on which the packet sailed. The non- intercourae bill had not passed when the la6t accounts left Washington ; tlie opposition to it had been very strong. The private letters, from men nf the first importance, brought by t he packet from America, state, that no decided measures can or will be attempted to be adopted, until fur- ther accounts shall arrive from this country ; r, nd that, after- wards, the non- intercourse will terminate in a sort of natural death, a good undeistanding will follow, and commerce of course assume ils former activity between the. two countries, Mr. Jackson arrived at Kew Yoik on the 13th of Jannaiy, from Philadelphia. It was expected that he would imme- diately take his departure; hut, it appears, that he continued at that port up to the date of the 30th of January. Ore of the objects of er. quiry, of the highest ii totest at this rn< » r. ent is, ns ii affects us both commercially and politically, and as it concerns our Allies in the latter respect, is the rela- tion between France and Russia. For tome days the opinion of a w ar between those countries has been acquiring addition- al weight. SHREWSBURY, Wednesday, March 14, 1810. BIRTH. On the 7th inst. the Lady of the Rev. Joseph Venables, of Over. Ion, of a son. MARRIED. Monday last, bv the " Rev. William Hopkins, jun. the Rev. Robert Evans, ofEverton, Nottinghamshire, to Charlotta Marga- retta, eldest daught-. rof Thomas Money, Esq. of the Crescent, in this town. Thursday las*, at Julitn's, Mr. Carter, of Birmingham, to Miss Push, of » he Wheat Sheaf, in this town. On the6th inst. at Moreton Corbet, Mr. J. Harrison, of Man- chester, to Miss Harris, of the former place.— At the same plane, Mr. Hovrden, of Hawkstone. to Miss Brookes, of Bririlewav- gate. Lately, Mr. . fores, of Wytheford, to Miss Mary Davies, of New house, rear Shawhurv. At EMosmere, on the 6th inst. Mr. Thomas Pearce, of the Newns, to Miss Martha Price, of Wood Farm, near Welsh Frankton. Same day, at Lilleshall, in this countv, John Ogles, of Preston, Ffq. to the youngest daughter of Mr. Taylor, late of Donnington Wood. • On the 5th insf. at F. dstaston chapel, in this county, Mr. Jor. e « , printei and bookseller, of Whitchurch, to Miss Ann Mhson, second dstoghter of the late Mr. Edward Mason, of Wem. I . as! week. John Salisbury, Esq. of GalltVajnan, in the cennty ot Denbigh, Lieutenant- Colonel ofthe Denbighshire Militia, to Miss Moshn, daughter of the late John Mostyn. Esq. of JJevcnev. On the fill, inst. at the More, Mr. Samuel Peploe, to Miss Sloke3, both of Linlev- DIED. Yesterday evening, at bis House in this tofcn, in the 57th rear of hi* age, tbe Rev. George Holland, rector of Hanwood and Mindtown, in this county. On the 5th inft. at Whitchurch, Mr. Thomas Roberts, ir> his 85th year. Saturday last., at W. Wood's, Esq. Hanwood, after long ? nd severe indisposition, his sister Mrs. Anne Wood. During life she was most Affectionately and deservedly beloved by all who had tbe happiness to know her, and will in death be as sin- cerely and justly lamented. Her piety was devoutly fervent, unboundedly grateful, her benevolence active, and extensive beyond her limited sphere ; in all recpects worthy to be the sister of such a man as the late Isaac Wood, of this town. Tbe Bed of Sickness, tbe House of Mourning, of every afflict- ed Friend, were her familiar haunts ; a kind remembrance of which cannot fail to draw forth many a tear of painful regret from those, whom her ever chearful temper ( which pain and infirmity never vanquished) and assiduous cares, comforted in the darkest hours of distress. Lately, at Northfleet, aged # 0, Sir Thomas Wiseman, Bart. Last week, at the wotkhouse in Derby, Hannah Wood, at the age of 105.— At Hor'sley, in, Delayshife, Samuel Parker, aged 101. R. COPE, . Tun. and Co. WINE and BRANDY MERCHANTS, MARDOL, MOST respetl fully inform Ihe Inhabitants of SHREWSBURY, and the Public, that thev have Im- ported some very choice OLD WINKS and SPIRITS; and have selected with peculiar Care their BRITISH SPIRITS and RICH CORDIALS ; they therefore heg t. eave to solicit a Share of public Favour, on the Principle of supplying their Friends with each Article genuine and of superior Quality, Wholesale and Retail: which, on Trial, they have 110 doubt will be approved. In order to eive entire Satisfaction in the Wines they sent! out for immediate Use, until those of their own bottling are in Condition, they have removed a considerable Quantity of Old Port, aud other Wines, that have Iain near two Years in Bottle. Prime old Red Pent, - Madeira, — - - Mountain, .- i Lisbon, Sherry. Teneriffe, Tent, Claret, ice. Genuine old Jamaica Rum, Real Cognac Brandy, Shreiesbuni, March 10, 1310. Real Holland Geneva, Rich Orange Rum Shrub, Best English Gin, Rectified Spirit of Wine, Rich Cordial Peppermint, —— Aniseed, Carraway, —- Cinnamon, Citron, Usquebaugh, & c. A LEY. THE LARGE LAWN and MEADOW Mansion House, ' at CONDOVER, will be a Cattl?, from old May Day to o, d Michaelmas Day. For further Particulars apply to Mr. THOMAS COTTON, Condover Hall. near ( lie Ley for LAW. Stamp Office, Birmingham. T THOMSON, Conveyancer, Law Stationer, and Stamp Distributor, Stamp Office, Birmingham, returns his most sincere Thanks to Ihe Solicitors of Birming- ham, the adjr. cent Towns, and'. he Profession in general, for the very liberal F. ncouragement he has met with since his commencement in the above Business and begs Leave to inform them, that he has taken into Partnership, in the LAW STATIONARY Business, Mr. HILL, of London, Law Sta- tioner, and as they doubt not of receiving a continuance of theirFavours, they have engaged several excellent Hands from Town, and are enabled to prosecute the Law Stationary Busi- ness in all its vaiious Departments, with as much facility as any House in London. The Profession may rely on the most, inviolable Secrecy, and the. strictest Punctuality. Attornies iu the. Country may always depend on having any Business T. and H. may be favoured with, returned at any time they may appoint, however voluminous. DF. FDS of every Description, Wills, & c. & c. drawn for the Profession only; TITLES accurately abstracted ; DEEDS md WRITINGS neatly and expeditiously engrossed aud copied in the London mode. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. LL Persons to whom Mrs. ELISABETH MEN- • I. OVF,, late of UFFINOTON, in the County of Salop, Widow, stood indebted at the Time of her decease, are desired to send the Particulars of their Demand, within one Month from the Date hereof, to her Executors Mr. ANDREW DAWES, ofBrompton, and Mr. WH. UAM TAYLOR, of Roden. in the said County. And those Peisons who stand indebted to the Estate and Effects of the said Mrs. Munlove, are requested to pay their resoective Debts to the S lid Executors, or one of them, immediately. Shrewsbury, March 14, 1810. HOUSE OF COMMONS— MONDAY, MARCH 5. The adjourned delate on the Resolutions proposed by Mr. Whitbriad on Fi day, was this day resumed. The pre- vious question was moved by Mr. Stephens, and supported by all Ihe strength of Administration. It appeared, however, in the course of the debate, to be the prevailing sentiment, thatthe conduct if the l'arl of Chatham dimauded some mark of Ihe disapprobation of the House, though many mem- tiers weie of opinion that fhe censure contained in Mr. Whit- bread's secoud resolution was too severe. On a division the previous question was negatived by 221 to 188 ; majority 33. Mr. ' Whitbread's first resolution wis therefore carried ; and his second resolution was agreed to os modified according to a suggestion of Mr. Canning, and was ito substance as follows: " That the House had seen with regret, that the report of T. ord Chatham had been presented to his Majesty without having gone through ihe regular depaitrrrvnt, and without having been previously communicated to his colleagues; and that the desire of sreresy expressed by his Lordship was a thing which ought not lo be countenanced, as it might be pernicious lo iiis Majesty's service, and the interests of the country." TUESDAY.— Mr. DAVIS GIDDY brought in a Bill to regulate the highways in England, prohibiting boys under 14 years of age frnmdiivirg waggons, and boys under 12 years of age from driving carls, & c.— The Bill was read a first time, and ordered to be piinted, THURSDAY.— Mr. CAICRATT moved that the Narrative of Sir Richard Slmchan, which had been laid before the House on thepiccediug day, be read. It was read accordingly, and • entirely contradicted the statement of Loid Chatham as to any agtnenient lespecting Ihe naval investment of Flushing; and . accounted for the delay in the arrival at Balz from the state of the weather and other circumstances, of which he w as surpiistd that Lord Chatham should tare been unaware. I RiDAy.— A debate of considerable length took place oil Mr. Perceval's motion for " a sum of .£ 980,000 to be gianied to his Majesty, to take into British pay 30,000 Portuguese troops ;" the measure was opposed by Sir John Newport, Gen. J'eigusnn, Mr. Whitbread, &. c. on the ground of there lieing no reason to suppose that the embodying this number ol Portuguese troops would any way serve the cause of their country— Uie people had never made any effort that could justify a h'- pc of sneers*.— The question was however conied by 204 against 142— Majority 62. The Corn Distillery Piobibition hill received the Royal Assent on Monday, fr*?- The List of Subscriptions and Donations to the British and Foreign fiihte Soeietn, and several other Advertisements are unavoidably omitted this Weeli, but shall appear in our ne. it. Visiting Clergyman this week at the Infirmary, the Rev. Mr. Wihgfield:— House. Visitors, Mr. J. Bowen and Mr. J. Morris. Thursday last Sarah Rojers was committed to our county gaol, charged with privately stealing from the person of John j Humphreys on the preceding day about 4' 0s and Mary Gougli was also committed, to give evidence. Same day, James Whntmore, and his two sons William and James, were committed, charged with stealing two wether sheep, the property of John P- luck, of the parish of Stoltesdon. in Ihe night between the 6th and 7th March inst. A butcher at Bishop's Castle lately purchased a lot of pigs in Ihe neighborhood of Kerry, and soon after be had brought them home, perceived one of them lo he Unwell; in a little time it became axtremely restlesB, and discovered symptoms of hydrophobia ; and on Wedersday morning last rl'i'cd in great agony. The remainder of the lot, it is feaVed, will share the same fate, ihe whole of them having been bit- ten. This event has caused considerable alarm at Bishop's Castle, and the magistrates have ordered that all dogs seen in the streets shall be destroyed. Major Geneial Sir Chnvles Stapylton Cotton, Bart, and Brig.- General Anson were presented to his Majesty ot the I. rvee on Wednesday last, on their return from Portugal; and on the following day received the Thanks of the House of Commons, voted to them for the Important services renerd- ed to their country, iu the memorable battle of Talavera. We understand that a man was committed to gaol last week for shooting at, and killing on the spot, the gamekeeper at Chirk Castle. At Oxford assizes, which began on Wednesday, there were 14 prisoners fur trial, and William Wells, for horse- stealing, was capitally convicted, and received sentence of death, but was reprieved. Saturday theassizrscommenccd at Worcester, where there were prisoners for trial.— This day the commission will be opened in Glocester. The calendar for the county contains the names of 34 prisoners,! and Ihat for the city three.— The assizes for Hereford begin on Tuesday next; there are 18 prisoners to he tried. At a meeting of the inhabitants, &. C. of Carnarvon, on the 5th, it was resolved to oppose the bilfintended to iic presented to Parliament for erecting a Bridge across the river Menai, asnot being necessary on any principle of public convcni- encv, would riot only frustrate the improvements now com- merced, under Ihe sanction of the legislature, in that harbour, but would absolutely destioy the trade and commerce of the town and county, inasmuch as such bridge, arch, or cause- wav, would render the navigation of the Straits extremely difficult, if not impracticable." Court of King's Bench— Butler » . Heane. This Was an aciion brought against the proprietor of a waggon, fiom Chel- tenham to Loudon, to recover the value of a trunk containing wearing apparel to tbe amount of 801.— The defence was, the defendant was not responsible when Ihe goods were above the value of 51. Lord Elleuborough however held, that in such case the defendant should prove ihat the plaintiff had know ledge of that fact; which be not being able to prove, the Jury found a verdict for the plaintiff. Damages 801. At Bristol spring fair, which commenced on tbe 1st instant, the father market was well attended and supplied: Ihe following were the prices : lighl crops 19d. to 20d. heavy ditto 2Id. to 22jd. best light hides 21d. to 21$ d. inferior ditto ISd. to 20d. — Irish and Dutch hides lid. to I8d. very . thin ditto 20d. to 214. bulls 16( 1. to 18d.— Buflaloes" l6d. lid. 18d. rounded ditto I9d to 22d.— Horse hides, 18.!. to 22'!. prime Spanish ditto 22d to 23d. best skins Ss. 6d. 3s. 7d. a few 3s 8d. heavy ditto 0s. 8d. to 3s. Welsh ditto 2s. 6d. to 2 » . 9d.— Kids 2s. to 2s, fid — RAW GOODS : Buenos Avrcs hides 8d. to 9Jd. Salted Hides without horns 6d. sound Spanish horse hides lid. light Irish hides 42s. per evit. heavy cow ditto 45s. heavy ox ditto 59s. FINE THREAD LACE. T. IIORTON EGS Leave to inform ihe Laclie^ i of Shrewsbury and its Vicinity, that he has just received from the different Lace Manufacturers a large and fashionable Assort- ment of Vandyke and scollop'd Laces, Edgings, Footings, Nets, Readings, & c. floe Thread Lace Veils, from'three to five Guineas, Silk and Cotton Lace Ditto from three to ten Shillings, British Warp Lace from one to three Shillin gs'per Yard ; Cotton I. ace, warranted 2 threads, from Sixpence per Yard, upwards ; Lace Nets, worked and plnin, for Dresses, Mantles, Cloaks, Turbans, Caps, Habit Shirts,, Sec. with a general Assortment of plain and figured Muslins, Leuo and Net Trimmings, Hch . worked Caps, & e. N. B. A larte Stock of Silk aud Cotton Hosiery, which will he sold remarkably cheap. High Street, Shrezcsbury, March 8, 1810. TO BE SOLD, In the Month of May next, fOf which further Notice with Particulars will he given); THE following VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, lying near the Town of OSWESTRY, in the Countv of Salop ;— viz. PARK ISSA LANDS, with the ROD MEADOWS, in Lots of various Sizes, from three to fifteen Acres ea h ; situate on the Easfern Side and within one Mile of the said Town of Oswestry, chiefly adjoining ihe Turnpike Road lead- ing from thence towards Shrewsbury, consisting of upwards of 190 Acres of rich Meadow and Pasture; the greatest Part, of which mav be watered from the Town, and Ihe whole now in the Holding of substantial and respectable Tenants. OF. RLEY HALL and PARK UCHA LANDS, situate on tbe Western Side, and near the Town of Oswestry aforesaid, rontaining together upwards of 340 Acres ( to he divided into Lots from 20 to 50 Acres each) of Arable. Meadow, Pasture, and Woodlands. These Lots from their Vicinity to the Town, and commanding a most extensive and delightful View of the surrounding Country, are most desirably situated for buildinir upon. CEFN Y MAES, formerly in four Farms but of late occupied as a Ley for Cattle, lying in a detached Part of Ihe Palish of Llanvblodwel, about three Miles North West of the Town of Oswestry, consisting of upwards of 319 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture, with some Allotments lately made thereto on the Enclosure of the Waste Lands in the Township of Cvnvnion. SEVERAL TENEMENTS and LANDS in the Township of PENTREGAER, situate about three Miles West of the Town of Oswcstrv, containing together 107 Acres, to be divided into three Lots. Also, the CORN and HAY TITHES of the whole of the PARISH of OSWESTRY ( except those arisin? within the Liberties of the Town, and within the Township of Llanforda), to he sold in Lots, each Township constituting one Lot. The TITHF. GRAIN of the Whole of the PARISH of SAINT M ARTIN, to be sold also in separate Townships. Anl a MOIETY of the CORN and HAY TITHES ofthe Township of LLYNCK I. YSS, in the Parish of Llanyhlodwel, the other Moietv of which belontrs to the Vicar of that Parish. SALES BY AUCTION. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. BY WILLIAM SMITH, THIS AFTERNOON. The Sate to begin punctually at two o'Clock. On the Premises ou the Wvle Con, late in the Occupation of Mr, George Baele. y : CONSISTING of six single and two arm Ma- hogany Chair-, twelve ditto with Canrd Bottoms, stained Satin Wood, two excellent Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Mahoganv Tea Table, ditto Pembroke Table, two Viahocanv Dressing Tables, 4 painted ditto, 2 Malyiganv Ladies Work Tables', two ditto angular Bason Stands, several painted ditto, Mahosanv Nittht Tables, Night Chairs, & c. Pair of Fire Skreens, Portable D sk, Pair of Foot Stools, Tent Bedstead, four I. noking- Glas< es. nil Assortment of Japanned Tea and Knife Trays, wilh a Variety of other Articles. The Auctioneer begs to infoim the Public, the ab ve Goods are nearly new, Ihey are removed to the above Premises for Convenience of Sale, nnd will be sold without Reserve. On VALUAliLP, FURNITURE AND PRINTS. BY W. SMITH, MONDAY NEXT, the 19th of March, 18| 0, on the Premises, in the Raven- Street, in the Town of Shrews- bury, late in the Occupation of Miss Congreve : COMPRISING Tent and other Bedsteads, with Furniture; valuable Mahogany Wardrobe PATENT BF. D ; five excellent seasoned Feather Beds ; Straw, Hair, and Flock Mattrasses ; six Pair of good Blankets, Coverlids, & e. Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Dressing Tables, Bason Stands, ftn; l Chamber Chairs; elegant Mahogany Secretary and Bookcase of rich Wood, 12 Mahogany Dining Parlcur Chairs, Set of Drawing Room Ditto, wiih Cushions and Covers, and Settee to match ; handsome Drawing Room Window Curtain, Cornice, & c. Mahoeanv Pembroke, Card, and Work Tables, handsome Sattm Wood Sofa Table ; rich Chintz Pattern Brussels Carpet, nbout 13 Feet six Inches by 12 Feet, not worse than new ; two Sets of Venetian Blinds t several oval jnpanned Travs and Waiters, large Collection of valuable PRINTS and PAINTINGS; together nith a COM- PLETE SET of FOREIGN CHINA ; excellent Kitchen Grate and I roninj Stove ; eight Iron- bound 60 Gallon Casks, several smaller Ditto, Tubs, & c. 8cc. with a Variety of other useful Articles. The whole of the Furniture will be found in an excellent State, and deserving of Notice. The Sale to begin precisely at 10 o'Clock. SHREWSBURY AND ABERYSTWITH WAGGON. ( GRIFFITHS and Co. beg Leave to acquaint X the Public, that they will forward a WAGGON from ABERYSTWITH, bv Way of Devil's Bridge, Llanidloes, Newtown, and WELSHPOOL, on MONDAY, 9th of APRIL, 1810, which will arrive at the London Warehouse, SHREWSBURY, on the Friday following, where it will meet the London, Birmingham, Chester, and Manchester Waggons, and will continue regularly. Senders aie requested to express upon the Directions of each Paicel intended to go hy them " Per Griffiths and Co's." Will not be accountable for Money, Plate, Watches, Rings, Jewels, Writings, Glass, China, Paintings, & c. unless entered as such, and all Insurance above the common Carriage according to Value tie paid on Delivery. Heavy Goods at 5s. per C: et. rg^ Obe LET, nnd entered upon at Lady- Day JL next, a neat Private HOUSE, suitable for a small genteel Family. — For Particulars enquire of Mr. F. ATON, Tobacconist, Mardol. Shrewsbury, 12( 4 March, 18.0. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. THE Partnership subsisting between Messrs. JOHN WILLIAMS and JOHN HUTCHINSON, IRON- FOUNDERS, of SHREWSBU RY, was THIS DAY Dissolved by inuuml Consent ; and all Persons they stood indebted unto are desired forthwith to send their Accounts to the said JOHN WILLIAMS, who will discharge the same ; and all Persons who stand indebted to the Copartnership, are desired to pay their respective Accounts to Mr. JOHN WIL- LIAMS, who is authorised to receive the same, and no other . Person.— Shre- csbury, February 21, 1810. NEW IRON ANL" BRASS FOUNDRY, noUSEHILL, SH11F. HSBURY. JOHN WILLIAMS & Co. RESPECTFULLY inform the Manufacturers and the Public, that they intend carrying on the above Busi- ness iu all its Branches, whether Repairs or New Erections : alsoCast- iron. Pipes, either Circular or Straight, from half- inch to any larger Size; the Small Pipes ( an important Invention by J. Williams) will be found, for the Conveyance of Watei, an excellent substitute for Lead Pipes, and completely Water Proof. Orders duly attended to, and executed on reasonable Terms. N. B. OVENS, STOVES, GRATES, Sc?. & c. & c. SALES BY AUCTION. BY S. TUDOR, At the George Inn, Shrewsbury, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 20th Day of March,' 810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, in the following Lots, subject to Conditions to be then produced : LOT I. ALL those TWO substantial, well- built DWELL. ING HOUSES, pleasantly situated in the ABBEY- FORF. G ATE, and near the Conduit ; the largest of which consists of a Parlour, Kitchen, Brewhouse, Cellar, Yard, and an excellent Pump therein in perfect Repair; 2d Floor, hand- some Drawing Room 18 by 13 feet, two good Lodging Rooms and Closets to each, three very good Lodging Rooms over, and Closets to two, and three very good Attics over them ; in the Occupation of Mr. Jonathan Iinight, Tenant at Will.— The smaller House consists of a Shop, Back Room, Cellar, and Yard, three very good Lodging Rooms, with large and convenient Landings on the Staircase, in the Holding of Mr. Richard Pearce; Tenant at Will. LOT II. All those THREE convenient DWELLING HOUSES, with Brewhouse and Room over same, Yard, and Ihe Fold or Pound, in the several Occupations of Richar I Rogers, John Richards, and Smith, all of whom are Tenants at Will.— This Lot adjoins Lot 1. For Particulars apply to Mr. ASTERLSY, Solicitor, or THE AUCTIONEER, Shrewsbury. BY S. TUDOR, At the Fox Inn, on Saturday, the 31st of March, 1810, between the Hours of six and seven In the Evening, rpHE following Lots r, f OAK and ASH TIM- JL BER, subject to Conditions then to be pioduced : LOT I. 153 OAK TIMBER TREES, 44 Ditto POLLARDS, mark- cd and numbered with red Paint; 166 OAK POLES, cyphered with Ditto. fc^ The Timber marked with white Paint is not to be sold. Lor II. 84 large ASH TIMBER TREES, marked aud numbered with red Paint; 9 ASH POLES, cyphered with Ditto, 15 ELM TREES. ' fhe above Timber is now growing upon the DAY MOUSE FARM, in the Parish of Meole Brace, and about two Miles from the Town of Shrewsbury, upon very good Roads.— Mr. SUTTON, the Tenant, will appoint a Person to shew the Tim- ber ; for Particulars apply to Mr. JOHN LEE, Builder", or THE AUCTIONEER, in Shrewsbury. LIVE STOCK. BY W. SMITH, On the Premises, on Tuesday, the 20th of March 1310- THE LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS ' HUSBANDRY. Dairy and B^ wim; Utensils „„ ficwo jhLf!?£ SRH0LD F0HN1TURE, ' belonging ' to M HENRy WILLIAMS, of STOCKSFIKLD, in the Paris of Alberbury, in the County of Salop. The Sale to beitin at 10 o'Clock. Ill ith , lr. Parish LIVE STOCK. BY W. SMITH, 2^ Lhre> Prem, Ses on Wednesday, the 2, st of March, 1810 • THE LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in I u^ SnANDRY- HAY- a, M MANCRB, together witt, Ihe HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, belonging to Mr RICH- ARD CHIDLEY, of WRENTNALL, ii, the Parish of Church Pulverbuteh, in the Country of Salop. Toe Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock. HORSES AND GIGS. BY WILLI A vi SMITH, in the Town of Shrewsbury, on March, 1810, precisely at one At the Market Place Saturday, the 24th of o'Clock : rilHREE capital built GIGS and Harness, i, v JL good Repair; one GERMAN CAR and HARNESS little worse than new: together with several capital Har- ness aud Saddle Horses. Gentlemen having Horses or Carriages to dispose of may may have thein sold of in this Sale, by applying to TH* AUCTIONEER. ° postscript. LO. VLOX, Monday J\' iglit, March 12, 1810. Tlie KutllUfliake sloop of » m, arrived at Plymouth, has tuought intelligence from Madras to the 23d of October, by which it appeals that ihe Insurrection in the British army ir. India is ci iiipkti ly inbducd. A Ccneial Amnesty has been gianted to the Officers and men implicated, with the excep- tion of a few. Tire Pljimmth letter states that tbe Battksnake has biought intelligence of a Mahrotlawar; no such information has reached the India House, wtreh no doubt would have been the case had the information been correct. The French accounts of opeiations iu Spam which have been received since Saumlay, are to tbe 10th of last month at which period they had made themselves niasters ot Malaga, having previously occupied Seville, and descended to the coast that stretches in ft out. of Cadiz and the Isle of Leon. Malaga and Senile displayed, at the period of I heir witVender, the same foeliugs that have been common to every other put of Spain. Hamburgh papers have been received ta tbe 24th ult. and Flench to the 4th inst. lie, tier, the brave, the patriotic Hotter, has been shot, in viitue of the sentence of a military Commission, at Mantua. Auother soul has thus been sent to plead at the bur of Heaven against that wholesale assassin— who, at the very moment he is pretending to be all love and gentleness at the idea of being united to a Princess of the House of Austria, degrades aud iusults her father by the murder i. f one of his most faithful subjects. ' 1 hree per cent. Consols 67£ MARKET IIEUALI), Average price ot Grain in cur Market on Satur- day last Wheat 16s. G^ d.-— Barley 8s. 6d.— Peas 9s. Od. per bushel of 38 quarts.~ Oats 7s. 3d. per customary measure of bt quarts. Corn Exchange, March The supply of Wheat to- day is short, aud sales are very heavy— Rve arid Barley aie dearer— White Peas are lower— Beans support the late advance— Oats dearer. Wheat 80s. to 106s. I White Peas 64s. to 10s. Barley 36s. to 49s. | Oats 24s. to 32s. Beans 52s. to 58s. j Malt 70s. to 7- Ss. Fine Flour, 85s. to 90s.— Seconds 80s. to 85s. per sack. MABOH 12.— Fine samples of Wheat areata trifling ad- vance, otlier sons are dull in sales and somewhat lower. Barley maintains its price. Malt is dull sale. White Peas and Beans are rather bight r. Oats are in snort supply and dearer. Flour as before. INQUIRY. IF WILLIAM HEAFORD, late of Soudley, in the County of Salop, ( and who left that Place about 8 Years ago) be living, aud will apply at the Office of Mr. HILL, Attorney, Shrewsbury, he will be empowered to receive certain Sums of Money that have accrued to him ; or if he be dead, and his next of Kin will produce legal Proof thereof, and of their Consanguinity to the said William Hcaford,. they will be entitled to Shares of those Sums of Money, and are requested to transmit such Pioof and Claims, in Writing, Post- paid, to the said Mr HILL. Shrewsbury, March ith, 1810. W'ANTED, al Lady- Day next, TWO steady active Men as WAGGONERS, to whom good Wages and every Encouragement will be given.— For l'aiticulais apply 10 the PuiNTfcR OF THIS PAJEE ; or if by Letter, direct for H. P. D. to be left at Mr. Barber's, Montford Bridge, till called for. WANTED to borrow, a Sum from £ 200 to « £ 350, which will he secured by a Rate to be assessed on the Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Martins in the County of Salop, under an Order of Vestiy made for that Purpose, and which will be repaid by two equal Instal- ments with Interest.— Apply to Mr. JEBB, Chirk. WANTED immediately, lv\ o Journeymen HOUSE PAINTERS. — Good Hands will meet with liberal Wages, andsuber, steady, and industrious Men with constant Employ and every Encouragement, b^ apply ing to JOHN PJEJICE, Painter, Mardol, Shrewsbury. *** An Apprentice wanted, apply as above. ANTED, III a large Fair tly of Respeciability, in the Country, as COOK and HOUSEKEEPER one who perfectly understands l. er Business in all its Blanches, as libeial Wages will be given.— None need apply who cannot be well recommended for Ability and Integrity Enquire at the Bab ofthe Lion I. v. i, Shrewsbury. r HE CREDITORS who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued against Ii. ESTER PARRY, late of ILANGOLLEN, in the County of Denbigh, Grocer, Dealer and Chapwoman, are desired to atlend at the House of Mr. Thomas Hunt, known by the Sign of tne CROSS KEY'S, in the Town of OSWESTRY, in the Counly of Salop, on the 22d Day of March Instant, at the Hour of eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, to consider of and determine upon a certain Pro- posal, then to be submitted to them, for the Purchase by Private Contract of the Life Interest of the said Bankrupt of and in a certain Messuage, or Dwelling House, in Llan- gollen aforesaid : and also of an Annuity of j£ 25. during the natural Life of the said Bankrupt, issuing out of a certain Messuage, or Tenement and Lands, situate iti the Parish of Saint Maitins, in the said Counly of Salop. EDVV. EDWARDS, Solicitor. Os- ceilty, ISM March, 1810. TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD, Pursuant to a Decree of the High Cdurt of Chancery, with the Approbation of John Springett Harvey, Esq. one of the Masters of tbe said Court; At the Bridgewater Arms Inn, in the Town of Ellesmere, in Ihe County of Salop, on Thursday, the 26th Day of April, 1810, between the Hours of two and three in the Afternoon, ( indistinct Lots): THE ISLE HOUSE Household Furniture, & Farm Stock. BY JONATHAN PERRY, On the Premises, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 21st and 22d of March, 1810, THE LIVE STOCK, Waggon, Cart, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, China, Glass, Erewing and Dairy Vessels, and various other Articles, belonging to FOLHOT S'ANDFORD, Esq. at THE ISLE of Ui'- ltOSSALL, near Shrewsbury; the Uui- stock comprising three excellent young calving Cows ; a very useful brown Horse 6 » Yrs. old, & a bay Mare, both half bred, quiet to draw, and safe to ride single or double ; a handsome strong chesnut Poney, rising five Years old, ( a pleasant Hack, with great Power) ; twenty- five Ewes anil Lambs, twelve yearling Ewes, one Ram ; one Sow, three small store Pigs ; a Setter Bitch, steady to Net or Gun, and two Greyhounds. One narrow wheeled Waggon, w- ith capital Wheels, strong Cart, with Ripples complete, Plough, Harrows, Huullcs ; 1 a Quantity of good Hay, and one PASMOEE'S Patent Kib- bling Mill, The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of various Four- post, Tent, Wardrobe, Bureau, anil other Bedsteads ; 13 most excellent Down and Goose Feather Beds, Mattrasses, prime Witney Blankets, supeifine Marseilles Quilts anil Counterpanes; Mahogany Wardrobes, Chests of Drawers, Dressing Tables and Commodes ; Pier and Chimney Glasses, in burnished Gold Flames, various Dressing Glasses; hand- some Mahogany Dining, Pembroke, and Card Tables, Par- lour Chairs, Celieret, and Sideboard; a Drawing Room Suite of Chairs, Sofa, new Brussels Carpet, &. c. ; Ouk Bureau and Book- case, with Glass Doors; an excellent Eight- Day Clock in a beautiful Mahogany Case; and a general Assortment of Kitchen Furniture and culinary Articles. The Brewing and Dairy Vessels comprize 24 excellent Iron- bound Hogsheads, Half- hogsheads, and Barrels, Mash Tubs, Coolers, Working Tnbs, ; a Cheese Press, Brass Pans, Barrel and Stall' Churns, Cheese Vats, Milk Pails, Mitts, & c. & c.— Also, a Quantity of good CHEESE, nice BACON, and two Bairels of Old Verjuice. Likewise, an excellent Family or Post COACH, with Plate Glass Windows, and Harness for a Pair of Horses, complete. Particulars of the whole will be published in Catalogues, which may be had uf Mr. SOUTHERN, Lydbury, or HIE AUCTIONEER, in Shrewsbury. FARMING STOCK. BY WILLIAM SMITH, On Ihe Premises, on Monday, the 26th of March, 1310.' PART of the well selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brew, ing Utensils, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. JOHN JANDRELL, of THE GROVE, in the Parish of Church Pulverbatch, in the County of Salop : consisting of three Cows, calved and in- calf, one Barren; two uselul draught Mares and Gears, one ditto Horse and Gears; one Sow, two Gilts, seven store Pi- s ; 10 Ewes and Lambs, one Soutiido* it Raw ; two excellent Road Waggons, nearly new ; Waggon Carriage, one Wheel Plough, one Hand Ditto, two Pair of Hairows, Winnowing Fan, Corn Screen, Straw Engine, two Drag Rakes, Timber Chain; and a Quantity of small Implements; Pail of a Stack of Hay well Harvested, aud may be taken off Ihe Premises.— Several ex- cellent Casks, different sizes, two large ova! Cooleis, one round Ditto, two large Mashing Tubs, several small Tubs, one Cheese Press, Cheese Tubs, Ladder, 8tc. five Milk Mits„ 10 Cheese Vats, wilh a Variety of other Dairy and Brewing Utensils. The HOUSEHOLD GOODS comprise Bedsteads and Feather Beds, several Oak Dining, and Tea Tables, 18 Chairs, with a general Assortment of Household Goods. Also, five Pieces of Oak Timber, and a Quantity of seasoned Implement Wood. The Sale to begin precisely at 10 o'Clock. YOUNG PRIME & SUPERIOR LIVE STOCK,& c » BY T. VAUGHAN, On the Promises, without the least Reserve, belonging to- JOHN BRADBRIDGE, Esq. of PEN Y BRYN, near Stk Martins, in the County of Salop, who is retiring from the Farming Business, on Friday and Saturday, the 30th and 31st Days of Maich, 1810; ALL that well known superior and choicely select- ed LIVE STOCK, 1 VI PLciM EN I S of me tm>, Q. ainy, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, togetner with Part of tbe neat and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &. C. Particulars in our next. 0 T 10- 1 9 _ ELLESM ERE, and of a FREEHOLD HOUSE and LAND at ERBIS TOCK, near Overton, in the County of Flint.— Particulars may be had ( gratis) at ihe said Master's Cham- bers, in Southampton Buildings, Loudon; of Mr. Palmer, Gray's Inn ; Messis. Philpot and Stone, Temple ; Mr. Home, Serle Street; Messrs. WALVORD and HASSALL, Attor- uies at Wem, in Skiropshiie; the Lion Inn, in Slirtivsbury ; the Eagles Inn, in Wrexham; and at the Plnce of Sale: and the Estates may be viewed by Application to Mrs. Hough, in Talbot Street, in Ellesmere, or Mr. Farringdon, at Frbislock, MONTGOMERYSHIRE OAK & AS. H TIMBER. At the Herbert's Arms Inn, Kerry, on Thuriday, the 29th Day of March, 1810, ( unless previously disposed of by private Contract, of which Notice will be given), subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then tucre produced : LOT I. IIP) OAK TIMBER TREES, nnmbered with A A ^ a Scribe. Lor II. 20 ASH TREES, aUo numbered with a Scribe. The alxne Timber are standi . g upou ( 1 LAN tl Ah REN FARM, near Newtown, about seien Miles distant from ihe Canal at Garthmil, aud 22 from Machynlleth, to both nhieh Places there are good Roads. The Oak Trees are sound and large, and lit tol Nai y aud Plank; aud the Ash are sound and large. Fur Particulars apply to Mr. Win IAMS, Timber Surveyor, Kerry; or Mr. STEPHENS, Solicitor, Newtown, A'eaifoten, 12( 4 March, 1910. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the Csoss Keys lun, iu Oswestry, on Thursday, the 22d Day of March, 1810, ai four o'Clock m the Afternoon: THE undermentioned valuable FREEHOLD LANDS, in the following, or such other Lots as shall be agreed upon ot the Time of Sale, ( viz.) A. It. I'. LOT 1. TWO PIECES of LAND, called Skye's Pieces, and Moida Bank, near the Town of Os- westry, adjoining the Road to Welsh Pool, in the holding of Mi. Thos. Howell, and containing about 17 LOT II. A PIECE of LAND, called Cae- Tysar, neir ihe first Lot, in the holding of Mr. Richard Griffiths, containing about N. B. These two Lots present a fine anil healthy Situation for Ihe Erection of Residences for genteel Families, commanding most extensive and Picturesque Views, and being situated in a gocd Neighbourhood. LOT III. An excellent M EADOW, ( which may at all Times be irrigated, by Water running through the said Town) adjoining tne Road to Kuuckiu, in the holding ol Mr. Artliur Davie*," containing about LOT IV. A PIECE of LAND, called Maes- y- Clawdd, near the Mile Oak, adjoining the said Road to Kuockin, in the holding of Mr. Richard Menlove, containing about The above Lots are situate near the Town of Oswestiy. LOT V. A P1HCF. of LAND, called Smallman's Ground, lying in the Parish of Sylattin, and ad- joining the Lane leading out of the Turnpike Road towards Derweu- y- Vandy, in the holding of Mr. John Menlovc, contaiuiiig about 5 2 LOT VI. A TENEMENT and LANDS, near the Village of Whittiiigton, adjoiuing the Road to Shrewsbury, in the holding et Thomas Browne, containing about ... 24 2 Further Particulars may be had of Mr. LEWIS JONES, I Oswestry, w ho will appoint a Person to shew the Preinise- 8 a 1 13 3 34 21 CAPITAL FARMING STOCK. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday and Wedneslay, the Cd and 4th Days of April, 1810 ; ALL the valuable and carefully selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, & e. belong ug to Mr. ROGERS, of HINTON, in the Parish of Pontesbury, in the County of Salop. Particulars of which will appear iu a future Paper. SALES BY AUCTION. El 17 of ith fE He. a of lick Valuable Team of Horses, He. the Property of John Walford, Esq. BY GLOVER AND SON, At tbe Market- Place. Wem, in the County of Salop, on Thursday, the 151h of March, 1810, precisely at 12 o'Clock: FIVE young and able WAGGON HORSES, with Gearing for ditto, a capital Hack Mate, rising 6-$ ears old, will draw a Gig ; an excellent Koad Waggon with Harvest Gearing, a Broad Wheel Tumbril ; a Kibbling Mill, bv PASMOOBF., aCorn Screen, & c. • BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 16th Day of March, 1810: ALL the valuable LIVE sSTOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, Part of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, with Brewing and Dairv Utensils, ' jelooging to Mr. LLOYD, of the OLD HARP, at SUTTON, in the Parish of West Felton, in the County of Salop. Catalogues may be had at the principal Inns in the Neigh- bourhood, and of the Auctioneers, Ruvton of the Eleven Towns. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon. Valuable Farming Stock. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Monday, the 19th of March, 1810; rflHF, valuable and carefully selected LIVE J, STOCK, with a Part ofthe IMPLEMENTS of HUS- BANDRY, he. belonging to Mr. SIDES, of DOMGAY, in the Parish of Llandisilio, in the Conntv of Montgomery ; consisting of nine capital Oxen, 3 and 4 Year olds, two3- Yei| r old Splays, two 2- year old Heifers, six ditto Bullocks, two. fat Cows,' four yearling Heifers, six ditto Bullocks, a well- bred Bull, of the Bishop's Castle Kind, 3- yeois old ; a capital draught Mare, 4- years old, a ditto Colt, 2 vears old, a ' 1 year old Fillev, by Edwin ; 33 couples of Ewes and Lmiibs, 21 yearling Ewes, to lamb, 50 fat Wethers; Road Wsiggon, Harvest Cart, three Ploughs, one Pair ol Harrows, Wirtnowing Fan, two- Corn Screens, Sieves and Riddles, two Sets < of Horse Gearing, See. Catalogues will be prepared immediately, and may be bad at the following Places; viz. Trumpet, and Queen's Head Inns, Shrewsbury j Oak, Pool;- Lion, Westburv ; the Inn at GuiUfield; Cross Keys, Lianymvnech ; New Inn, Knockin ; Goat, Llanfyllin ; Cross Keys, Oswi stry; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere ; on the Premises ; and of the Auctioneers, Ruyton of the Eleven Towns. The Sale to commence at ten o'Clock in the Fotenoon. Capital Farming Stock, He. BY GLOVERAND SON, On the Premises, without the least Reserve, on Tuesday, the 20th Day of March, 1810: ALL the carefully, well- selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS ill HUSBANDRY, Part of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, with all the Brewing and Dairy Utensils, belonging to Mrs. WEAVER, ol GRAVEL- HILL, in the Parish oifSt. Mary, Shrewsbury.; consisting of 10 ex cellent Cows, calved and in- calf, three fat Cows, one Barren, 19 fat Sllf'ep in two Lots, a capital hack Mare in- foal, will draw and carry double, one hack Hoise, a capital drawer; two Sows iri- pig, 18 Stores in Lots, one Market Cart, with Horfcst Gearing, broad wheeled Tumbrels, with Ditto, Land Holler, Winnowing Machine; about 14 Tons of exceeding good Hay to gooff tbe Premises, and a great Number of small Implements too tedious to mention. Catalogues will be prepared and may be had as follows, the Elephant and Castle. Maivioi. Bull's Heart, Coach and Horses, anil Castle Inns, Shrewsbury; Talbot, Attham; Talbot, Wellington; Elephant, Shawhury; Black Lion, Weill-; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmete; Red Linn, Cockshut; Dun- can's Head, Newtown Baschiuch; Lord Craven's Arms, • Ruyton; Lord Clive's Arms, Montfonl Bridge; on the Premises, and of tbe Auctioneers,. Ruyton of the Eleven Towns. The Sale to commence prei isely at lOo'Clock in the Morning. SALES BY AUCTION, YOING AND EXCELLENT FARMING STOCK. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, without the least Reserve, at the FIVE FORDS, in the Parish of Marchwiel, near Wrexham, in tho County of Denbigh, on Friday and Saturday, the 16th ar. d 17th Davs of March, 1810: ALL Ihe Young and valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY. Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Casks, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, Glass, Linen, and other Effects, ( the Dairy Vessels and Part of the Household Goods will be sold on the second Day, and all the remaining valuable Household Furniture, & c. will be sold eaily in the Month of April next, Particulars will appear in due Time), the Property of the late Mr. EDWARD ROBERTS, deceased : consisting of 25 young Calving Cows and Heifers, four Stnts, five Yearling Calves, one well bred 3- years old But! ; five voung Waggon Horses and Gears , two in- pig Sows, 1? Store Pigs; two capital broad wheel'd Road Carts", bolted and Harvest Gearing, twoTUmbnls ( nearly new), three Ploughs, Harrows, Cart and Ploborh Timber; capital Winnowing Machine, with a large Quantity of other Imple- ments in Lots. The Dairv and Brewing UtenSils and Part of the Household Furniture, & c. comprise Milk Cans and Pails, six brass Milk Pans, Quantity of Cheese Vats, Wheel and other Churns, Cheese Boards, Cheese Tubs, Brewing ditto, with various other Tubs, Salting Turnels and Cooler, three Stone Cheese Presses, large Quantity of Sailing Planks and . Benches; Earl hen- ware in Lots, Scale Beam & Bottoms, Cast Weights, Old Iron, several seasoned Walnut Plank, ( suitable for Gun Stocks), Flour Tubs, Wood Bottles, Quantity of capital Iron- bound Barrels, Stillages, two Iron Boilers with Bottoms, & c. one large ditto Furnace, and ditto; Saddles and Bridles, Pillion and Cover, Spinning Wheels and long ditto, Corner and other Cupboards, Clothes Maids, Baskets, Grate, Ash Grate, Fire Irons. Steelyards, Kettles, Saucepans, See. Stump Bedsterds, Feather Bed, Bolsters, Blankets and Coverlets, Line Chests, Chairs anil Tables, with numerous other Articles. Catalogues are now prepared, and may be had at the Eag' : s, Fealhers, and Red Lion Inns, Wrexham; Red Lion, Holt; Buck, Bangor; White Lion, Harrmer; Red Lion, Ellesmere; Bowling Green, Overton ; oil the Premises, and ofthe Auctioneer, Whitchurch, Salop. N. B. The Auctioneer begs leave to recommend the above valuable LIVE STOCK to the Public, being young, and well worth their Attention.—- The Live Stock and Implements will be Sold the First Day. The Sa'e to commence at 10 o'Clock each Day. SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY AND TO- MORIlOIf', BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Wednesday and Thursday , the 14th and 15th Days of March, 1810: ALL the LIVE STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS ill HUSBANDRY, with all the HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE, & c. belonging to the late Mr. BEBB, of LOWER MELLINGTON, in the County of Salop; consisting of six very useful Waggon Mares, one in- foal, one Ditto Gelding, rising 6- years old ; Gearing for seven Horses ; one good hack Mare; one Cow and Calf, one barren Cow; 10 store Pigs, one Sow in- pig; three Wagsons, four Ploughs, three Pair of Harrows, two Rollers; a Quantity of Implement Timber, one Winnowing Machine, a number of Bags; a large Quantity of undressed Hemp, Ditto of old Iron ; five large Drag Rakes; with a great number of small Implements. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of excellent Mahogany and Oak Tables, and Chairs, four- post and other Bedsteads, with Hangings, fine Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows, Sheets, Blankets and Counterpanes; a large Quan- tity of China, Glass, and Linen; Pier and Swing Glasses, two handsome and very good Clocks, Oak Dresser, with Drawers; and a large Assortment of Kitchen Furniture, Brewing and Dairy Utensils and Casks: the whole of which will be found in good Order, and will be sold without the smallest Reserve. The Out Stock, Brewing aud Dairy Vessels, and Casks will be sold the first Day. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Cloek each Morning. SALES BY AUCTION. BY J. TROOME, On Ihe Premises, on Wednesday, the 21st of March, 1310; THE LIVE STOCK and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, with Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMPSON, of MINTON, near Church Strettdn, in the County of Salop. ^ T1 Particulars in our next. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Friday, the 23d Day of March, 1810, rpHE valuable and well- selected LIVE STOCK S- and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, belonging to Mr. ONIONS, of WESTLEY, near Pontesbury, ' in the County of Salop; consisting of 12 excellent Cows, calved and in- calf, one Barren, three 3- year old Heifers, thiee ditto Bullocks, five 2- year olds; six good Waggon Horses, and Gearing fot Ditto, two 3- year old hack Colts, two yearling Ditto, of the draught kind ; two Waggons, two broad Wheel Tumbrels, one Wheel Plough, one Hand Ditto, three Pair of Harrows, one Roller, with small Implements, & c. & c. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Morning. BY J. BROOME, At the Crown Inn, in Church Stretton, in the. County of Salop, on Friday, the 16th Dayof Match, 1810, between the Hours of three and six in the Afternoon : CAPITAL OAR TIMBER TREES, Part of which are of large Dimensions, now growing in ROBIN'S WOOD, near Norbury, in the County of Salop, numbered with a Scribe from 1 to 80. Mr. William Davis, Shoemaker, who lives on the Premises, will shew the Timber. 80 A' BY GLOVEil AND SON, On the Premises, on Saturday, the 24th Day of March, 1810: LL Ihe valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, & e. belonging to Mr. WILLIAM HUMPHREYS, of REDNALL, in the Parish of " West Felton, in the County of Salop. Catalogues may be had at the principal Inns in the Neigh- bourhood, and ol the Auctioneers, Ruyton of the Eleven Towns.— The. Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon. This Advertisement will not appear again. Capital Earming Stock. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Monday and Tuesday, the 26th and 27th Days of March, 1810: ALL the truly valuable and careftilly selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Brewing and Dairy Uteieils, belonging lo Mrs. JEBB, of MAESBURY, in the Parish of Oswestry, in the County of Salop; consisting of 14 capital Dairy Cows, calved and in- calf, three calving Heifers, two barren Ditto, two 3- yiar old Bullocks, lour 2- year old Heifers; one ditto Bullock, seven yeai ling Calves, 20 Couples of Ewes and Lambs, 13 yearling Sheep; seven large store Pigs, eight smaller Ditto, one Poik Pig; four capital Waggon Horses, with Gearing for six, hack Mare in- foal, a 2- year old bay Colt, likely to make a Carriage Horse, a 2- year old hack Colt, a yearling Ditto, by True Blue, a ditto Filley, by Ditto; a capital Road Waggon, shelled, Harvest Cart, broad Wheels, two broad Wheel Tumbrels, Roller; douolc Plough, two single Ditto, three Pair of Harrows, Winnowing Fan, Sieves and Kiddles, two Stack Frames, a Quantity of Implement Timber, Malt Mill, large Scales aud Weights, a Quantity of Bags, & c. & c. The Household Furnituie consists of several excellent Feather Beds, Bedsteads, Blankets, Bedcovers, Tables, Chairs, Chests, Cupboards, Mash Tubs, Coolers, Barrels, Dairy Vessels, &. c. with numerous other Articles. Catalogues of which may be had at the following Places ; viz. Trumpet, aud Coach and Horses Inns, Shrewsbury; Oak, Pool; Cross Keys, Oswestry ; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere; Red Lion, Cockshutt; Black Lion, Wem ; New Inn, Knockin; Cross Keys, Llanymynech ; Goat, Llaiifyllin; on the Premises; and of the Auctioneer. Ruyton of the Eleven Towns. The Live Stock anil Implements will be sold tbe first Day, and the Furniture, & c. tbe Second.— The Sale to commence each Day at 10 o'Cloek in the Forenoon. Capital Inn upon the great Road leading from HOLYHEAD TO LONDON. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the New Inn, in West Felton, in the County of Salop, on Friday, the 30th of March, 1810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, and subject to Conditions theu to be produced : A LL that large and commodious Inn, called or J\- known bv the Name of the NEW INN, situate at WEST FELTON, in the County of Salop, now in the Oc- cupation of Mr. George Wvnne, consisting of an excellent Kitchen, Bar, Parlour, Brew house, large Dining Room, six Lodging Rooms, Cellar, and Pantry, a capital five Stall Stable, and another without Stalls, the Whole entirely New within these six Months. Also a HOUSE consisting of two . Dwellings, and five Acres, or thereabouts, of ex- cellent LAND. The above valuable Premises are situate as Middle House between Shrewsbury and Llangollen, thro' Whittington. Mr. Wynne, on the Premises, will shew the same ; and for further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at Ruyton of the Eleven Towns, DENBIUHSHIUE] Sale of Farming Stock by Auction. MR. PEN SON informs the Public, that he shall SELL BY AUCTION at Eibistuck Hall, neai Oieiton, in tbe County of Denbigh, ou Wednesday, April 11th, 1810; All the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and Dairy Utensils, the Property of J< HN EVANS, of ERBISTOCK HALL aforesaid, Esquire: hich consists of between twenty and thirty Head of fine useful Dairy Cows, a Number of calving Heifers, a capi- lal 3- year old high- bred Bull; seven extremely handsome youne draught Horses and Gearing ; two very good Waggons, one Cait. one Tumbiil, Ploughs, Harrows, Sec which will be sold without the least Reserve, as Mr. Evans has set the Farm. Catalogues will be ready for Delivery within fourteen Days of the Sale, and may be had at the Feathers Inn, • Chester; the Bridgewater' Arms, Ellcsmere ; Cross Keys, Oswestry; JBowliii^ Green, Overton J and from Mr. PEHSOV, W rejthaau LIVE STOCK OF THE FIRST QUALITY, & c. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, at WHIXAL HALL, in the Parish of Prees, and County of Salop, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the 20th, 21st, aud 22d Days of March, 1810 : ALL that superior and well- bred LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairv and R ewing Utensils, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & c. of Mr. BOODLE : consisting of 28 young valuable Calving Cows and Heifers, 1 barren Cow, 7 Stirks, one 2. years old Bull, 6 yearling Calves, one yearling Bull; 7 Ewes in- lamb; 5 able Waggcin Horses, one hack Mare, 1 yearling draught Colt; 6 strong Store Pigs ; capital Waggon, with Shells and Harvest Gearing, 1 excellent Harvest Ditto, Road Cart, geared; two Broad- wheel Tumbrels, Double Land Roller, capital Spike Ditto, one double Wheel Plough, four Hand Ditto, Waterfurrowing Ditto, three Pair of Harrows; five Setscf Hoise Gears, Cranks and Chains; valuable Winnow- ing Machine, Stone Stack Frames, seasoned Cart and Ploug'i Timber, Stone Cisterns and Pigt roughs; with all other small implements in Husbandry, in Lots. The DAIRY and BREWING VESSELS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, he. comprise Milk Cans and Pails, Brass Milk Pans, Churns, two capital Cast lion Mi k Coolers, ( these surpass any other Invention for cooling Milk) Cheese Tub, Mashing and other Tubs, Coolers and Salting Tumefy, Salting Planks and Benches, three valuable Stone Cheese Presses, Cheese Scte'w, Horse and Tubs, Quantity of Cheese Vats in Pairs, large Copper Milk Kettle, Copper Boiler and Bottom, large Iron Furnace aud Ditto, Quantity of Cheese Binders and ditto Boards, Hogshead and Half hogshead Bar- rels, Stallages, several Wood Buttles, Machine for tbe Pur- pose of cleaning Potatoes, ( which completes half a Bushel in . five Minutes), Scale Beam, Bottoms, aud Cast Weights, Quantity ol Hemp in a tutored State, Fish Nets, Pair of new Basket Hampers, Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows. Blankets, Cotton Quilts, and other Bed Coverlets, upwards of twenty Pair of Sheets, Oak Linen Chests, Bed Room Chairs anil Dressing Tables, Oak Cupboards, Pair of capital Oak Dining Tables, large Ditto and Forms, Oval Ditto, seven Walnut Chairs, Ruth Seats, and one elbow Ditto, eleven Ditto, Mahogany Tea Tray and Chest, China and Glass, Quantity of Pewter, two Copper Dishes, Quantity of Baskets, Spinning Wheels, Swilts and Quills, Wool Cards, Polished Kitchen Grate, Parlour Ditto, Cast Iron Back Oven, Ironing Stove, Flat Irons, Kitchen Fender, with nu- merous other Articles, N. B. Inestimable as this Stock is, the Auctioneer again calls the Attention of Gentlemen and Farmers to Whixhal Hall on the above- named Days, as he then will be enabled to produce such Cattle as seldom come to the Hammer.— The Live Stock and Implements will be Sold the first Day, and Ihe Dairy Vessels on the second Morning.— The Auction commences at Ten each Day. Catalogues are prepared, and may be had at the following Places; viz Talbot, Wem; Red Lion, Ellesmere; Oak, Hanmer; Red Lion, Malpas; Phoenix, Drayton; Bear, Hodnet; llawkstone Inn; Lion Inn, Shrewsbury; on the Premises ; and ofTHE AUCTIONEER, Whitchurch, Salop. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 27th and 2Bth Davs of March, 1810; ALL the valuable LIVE STOCK, and IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, with all the Dairy and Brewing Utensils, aud Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mrs. PARKER, of BUR- R1NGTON, ( near Ludlow) in the County of Hereford : con- Sliding of 7 Cows, calved and in- calf, 6 calving Heifers, 1 Barren, 1 2- vears old Bull, II 2- year olds, 12 yearlings; 5 Waggon Horses, and Gearing for Ditto; 2 Waggons, 3 Tumbrils, 1 Wheel Car, 1 double Plough, 1 single- wheel Ditto, 1 Hand Ditto, 2 Pair of Harrows, " l Winnowing Ma- chine, ( Oak), with a Number of small Implements. SALES BY AUCTION. Two beautiful, and most valuable well bred BLACK STALLIONS. On the Premises, at Corfton, near Ludlow, in the County of Salop, on Friday, the 16th Day of March, 1810, pre- cisely at 11 o'Clock in the Morning: BY J. BROOME: BLACK0 PRINCE. BLACK PRINCE is rising two Years old, stands 16 Hands high, full of Bune, and as good Make and Shape as any two Years old Waggon Colt in the Kingdom. LOT II. BLACK LEGS.— Black Legs is rising two Years old, stands 15 Hands three Inches high, full of Bone, and as complete Make and Shape as Black Prince. N. B. The above Colts were hied by Mr. Gough, of Corf- ton aforesaid, from two of his fine black Waggon Mares, by George Evans, Esq.' s Black Prince, which is well known to have got as good Stock as any Waggon Stallion in the County BY J. BROOME, Oil the Premises, on Monday, the 19th Day of March, 1810: " IHE truly valuable' LIVE STOCK, and IM- PLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, belonging to Mr. OWEN, of WOODBATCII, near Bishop's Castle, in the County of Salop : consisting of five capital young Cows, with Calves and in- calf, two calving Heifers, two Barrens, one fine Bull Stub ( fat), three 3- year old Bullocks, three ditto splated Heifers ( nearly fat), ten 2 year olds, ten Yearlings; on » Waggon Horse, one 2 year old Colt of the draught kind, two ditto of the hack kind; one Waggon ( uearlv new), one Cart, one Wheel Plough, one Hand Plough, Sec. See. ; a good Kitchen Grate, Cast Oven, Sway and HOoks, Pit- grate and Fender, one new Cheese Press, four Pair of Bedsteads, and one Dozen of good Chairs, & c. & c. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Morning. BY J BROOME, On the Premises, on Monday and Tuesday, the 2d and 3d Days of April, 1810 ; ALL the LIVE STOCK and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, with all the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. GOFF, of the COP- PICES FARM, near Dorrington, in the County of Salop. Particulars in our next. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Wednesday, the 4th Day of April, 1810: ALL the valuable and well- selected LIVE STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, & c. & c. belonging lo EDWARD HARRIES, Esq. at HUGLITH, near Castle Pulverbatch, in the County of Salop. — Particulars iu our next. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 11th and 12th Days of April, 1810 : A LL the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, and XlL IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, with all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & e. See. belonging to Mr. LEWIS, ofthe NEW HOUSE, in the Parish of Llanllwch- airii, near Abermute, in the County of Montgomery. Particulars in our next. SHROPSHIRE TIMBER. Household Furniture, Brewing fessels, 8fc. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, at the Horse and Jockey, in Whitchurch, Salop, on Friday, tbe 2,3d Day of March, ITUOJ ALLtl. eHOUSEHOLD TURNITURE, Brewing Vessels, & c. the Property of Mr. WILLIAM BOLTON, who is declining the Public Business. The Sale will commence at ten o'Clock, and continue till all is sold. Herefordshire Cuttle, and South Down Sheep, The Froperty of the EARL of OXFORD, who is declining Breeding Cattle. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, in the Farm- yard at FLINSF1AM, in the Parish of Titley, and County of Hereford, on Tuesday, the 20th Day of March, 1810 : FIFTY HEAD OF CATTLE, AND 300 HEAD OF SHEEP, the Whole of which have positively been selected with infinite Care and at considerable Expense, out of the best Slocks in the County of Hereford ; aud certainly will be found equal to any ever offered for public Sale. t^ f Catalogues will be prepared, and may be had at the principal Inns in the adjoining Counties.— Tlie Sale to begin precisely at ten o'Clock in the Morning, BY J BR00ME, On the Premises, on Thursday, the 22d Day of March, 1810, rw^ HE truly valuable and Well selected Stock of X CATTLE, HORSES, andSHERP, belonging to Mr HUMPHREYS, of GUN LEY, iivtbe Parish of Foiden, in the County of Montgomery ; consisting- of 14 Cows and Calves, and in- calf Cows, lour 3- years old calving Heifers, three 3- years old Bullocks, 11 2- years old Beasts, nine Yearlings ; 80 Sheen, in Lots ; . one capital Waggon Horse, 7- years old, one ditto, 5- ye^ rs old, three aged Horses, and one Mare tri foal, two har k Mares, in- foal; one capital 4- years old Horse Colt; and one capital 2- years old Horse Colt. ' The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Morning. At the Cross Foxes Inn, in Oswestry, in the County of Salop, on Wednesday, the 21st Day of March, 1810, at four o'Clock iu the Afternoon precisely, subject to Conditions, in the fol- lowing, or such other Lots as shall be then agreed upon : rjpHE undermentioned VALUABLE TIMBER JL TREES, all scribe- marked and numbered, and growing upon Part of the TRENEWYDD ESTATE, in the holding of the undermentioned Tenants. LOT I. 264 Oak, 45 Ash, 38 Beech, 6 Sycamore, 5 Elm, 4 Firs, 4Cherry, 1 Lime, 1 Alder, and 1 Poplar, growing upon Trenewvdd Demesne, ill the holding of Mr. Thomas. Lor II. 262 Oak, 60 Ash, 11 Beech, 7 Elm, 15 Alder, 7 Poplar, 5 Lime, 3 Sycamore, and 3 Walnut, growing dpon a Farm in the holding of Mr. Thomas Richards. LOT III. 100 Oak, 16 Beech, and 1 Lime, growing upon Lands in the holding of Mr. Windsor. LOT IV. 30 Oak, and 1 Ash, growing upon Lands in the holding of Roger Davies. LOT V. 20 Oak, 9 Ash, and 3 Poplar, growing upon Lands in the holding of Mr, Jones. LOT VI. 6 Oak, and 3 Ash, growing upon Lands in the holding of Edward Humphreys; and 69 Uak, 22 Ash, 4 Elm, 4 Poplar, and 1 Sycamore, growing upon Lauds in the hold- ing of Edward Thomas. The Oaks are of large Dimensions, and fit Sor the Navy Or any other Purpose. The remainder of the Timber Trees are likewise of large Dimensions, and may be converted to various Uses. The whole lie within two Miles ot the Town of Oswestry, and the same Distance from the Ellesmere Canal. Further Particulars may be had of Mr. R. CROXON, Oswestry ; aud of ROGER DAVIES, Carpenter, Whittington, who will shew the Timber. ABSOLUTE REVERSION' of £ 1000, & VALUABLE CONTINGENT INTERESTS in ESTATES, In the Counties of Hereford and Salop. FARMING STOCK, Sfc. BY R. POOLE, On Monday, the 19th of March, 1810, and following D ivs, until all is sild; THE valuable FARMING STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, POST CHAISES, COA'lll, HAY, GRAIN, and the whole of the HOUSEHOLD GOO OS, of Mr. CHERRINGTON. of the Falcon Inn, HAY GATE, near Wellington, in the County of Salop, who is removing to another Situation, The Outstock consists of nine prime D. iiry Cows in- calf, one Barren Cow, six Heifers iu- calf, two fat Cows, two 4- years old Bullocks, one 2- years old Bull; and two Store Pig;; four useful Draught Horses, and Gearing for five; nine capital Posters, and nine Sets of Harness complete ; thre" neat Post Chaises, a handsome Post or Mourning Coach ; also Saddles, Bridles, Horse Cloths, Stable Buckets, and other useful Arti- cles in the Posting Line ; one Waggon and Gearing ; an ex- cellent Harvest Waggon, a Tumhril, a 6- inch Wtieel Trolly; two Ploughs, three Pair of Harrows, and a capital Laud Roll; three Stone Stack Frames, two Winnowing Fans; three Ladders, several Corn Coffers, two Stone Cisterns and Pig Troughs ; Kibbling Mill and Malt Mill; large Straw Wisket with Rakes, Pike. ls, Sieve's, Riddles, and other Valuables.— Likewise, TWO STACKS of WHEAT with the Straw, two ditto of Barley with ditto, and a large Quantity of Hay. The HOUSEHOLD GOODS comprize lofty four- port. Tent, and other Bedsteads," with elegant fluted Pillars, and rich Chintz, Dimity, and other Hangings, fringed and plain ; sixteen prime Beds; chiefly of fine Dantzic Feathers ; Straw- ami Flock Mattresses, large Witney and other Blankets, Counterpanes, and Quilts ; Complete Set of Mahogany D'ning Tables, Mahogany and Oak Dressing, Tea, and Card ditto; neat Mahogany and Oak Chests of Drawers anil Linen Chests ; several Sets of Mahogany and painted Chairs ; large Pier and Swing Glasses ; Scotch and Kidderminster Floor and Bedside Carpets ; handsome set of Drawers and Bookcase, Maho- gany Wash- handStands, Corner and other Cupboards ; an excellent eight- day Clock and Case ; Wire and other Fenders, and all the useful Kitchen Requisites ; also several good Mash Tubs and Coolers, large double and single Hogsheads, half Hogsheads, aud other Barrels; with Cheese Presses, Churns, and Dairy Utensils, The above Stock are mostly young nnd useful, the Cows will Calve iu Time fur the Dairy, and are Capital Milkers; the Horses are good Workers, and the Posters so well known on Ihe Uoa. l, as to need no Comment ; the Chaises and Coach are little worse than new; and the Whole of the Household Furniture, having been lately bid in, is worth the. Attention of the Public ; who are requested to attend at half past Ten o'Clock in the Morning -— To begin with the Live Stock, the Whole of . which, with the Carriage.;, Harness, arid Stable Utensils, are intended for the first Day's Sale. FARMING STOCK. BY R. POOLE, On Monday, the 26th Dav of March, 1810: THE valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS, of Mr, LAWRENCE, of the WREK1N FARM, near Wellington, in tbe County of Salop, who is declining the Farming Business;— consisting of 4 prime Dairy Cows, one of which has calved, 1 Heifer in- calf, 4 good Barrens, four 3- years old Bullocks, 10 Yearlings, and one Yearling Bull j 9 Store Pigs, 20 Ewes, lambed and in- lamb, and 2 Rams ; 2 able Draught Horses, and 2 ditto Mares, one of which is in- foal, and 5 Sets of Gearing; " lie capital Draught Colt, and one Hack ditto rising 2 years old, also a handsome and valuable MULE; 2 Waggohs and Gearing,. 1 Broad wheel Tumbrel, I double and 2 single Ploughs with Wheels, 3 Pair Harrows, Land Roll, Winnowing Fan, & Corn- skreen ; 2 Grindlestones, Malt Mill ; Lot of Oak Boards, and a Quantity of valuable Plough and Cart Timber fit for itrt- mediate Use; about 1030 Stakes pointed; Lot of new Cow- soles and Shackles, stralv Engine, 3 Waggon Ropes, Bagniag Bills, Rakes, Pikels, and great Variety of other Implements, with a general Assortment of Dairy Utensils, Kitchen Re- quisites, and other Household Furniture. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Ciock in the Morning. A? NOTED FARMING STOCK, & c. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, at the ROOKERY FARM, in Cotton, in the Parish of Wem, and County of Salop, on Saturday, the 24th Day of March, 1810; LL theehoicc LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS HUSBANDRY, Dairy Vessels, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mr. JOHN SIMPSON, who is retiring from the Farming Business; comprizing live calving Cows and Heifers, one barren Ditto, Stirk Heifer, tw o yeailiiig Calves; two useful Draught Mares, four Sets of Gears; capital Road Cart with Harvest Gearing, nearly new, one Tumbrel, Land Roller, Plough, \\ ater- furrowing Ditto, two Pair of Harrows, two Stone Stack Frames, Crank and Chains, Cart Rope, Ladders, Corn Fan and Screen, Sieves and Riddles, eighteen capital twilled Bags, Malt Mill, Scale Beam and Bottoms, Maul and Wedges, Half Measure, Peeling Iron, two Saddles, one Woman's Ditto, and Bridles, two Pillions and Covers, one of which is nearly new, Stone Cisterns and Pigtroughs, with numerous other small Imple- ments, in Lots : likewise, a Quantity of Manure; together witli the Dairy Vessels, Household Goods, & c. N. B, The Auctioneer again observes, ( notwithstanding the great encomiums upon the many valuable Farming Stocks he now has advertised) that this Stock, though small, merits every Attention. The Auction will commence at Ten precisely, as the Whole will be sold iu one Dav. PRIME FARMING- STOCK, Of the Pure North Devon, Hereford, and Montgo- mery Breeds. BY J. BROOME, OnThursday, the 29th Day of March, 1810, on the Premises at BOCKLETON COURT, in the Parish of Stoke Saint Milborough, and County of Salop ; TT1WO Bulls, 24. Cows and Heifers, calved and JL in- calf; four 2- year old Heifers, 10 yearling Heifers, 10 very serviceable Cart Horses and Mares, with excellent Gearing for Ditto ; three Waggons, three Tumbrels, with six Inch Wheels; a one Horse Cart, a two Horse Roll, double aud single Ploughs ; six Pair of Harrows, of different sizes and descriptions; with various other Implements in Hus- bandry, as hereafter described, belonging to Mr. TENCH, who has let the aforesaid Farm. Lots. | Lots. 1. Devon Cow 15. Ditto Dtto 2. Ditto Ditto J16. Ditto Ditto 3. Ditto Ditto 17. Ditto Hei'ter 4. Ditto Ditto 18. Ditto Ditto 5. Ditto Ditto 19. Ditto D tto 6. Ditto Ditto 20. Ditto Bull, 2- yrs. 7. Ditto Ditto old, out ol Lot 12 8. Ditto Ditto 21. Montgomery Cow 9. Ditto Ditto 22. Ditto Heifer 10. Ditto Ditto 23. Montgomery Cow 11. Ditto Bull, 3- vrs. 24. D. tto Ditto old, bred bvWm. 25. Ditto Ditto Childe, Esq. Kin- 26. Ditto Ditto let- Hall 27. Heifer, 2- yrs. old 12. HercfontCow, got 28. Ditto Ditto Mr. Gwilliam's 29. Ditto Ditto old bull 30. Ditto Ditto 13. Ditto Ditto 31. Heifer, 1- year old. 14. Ditto Ditto N. B. I he dam CART HORSES AND MARES. Lois. of this Heifer was out of the Mother of Mr. Gwilliam's old Bull 32. Dilto Ditto; the Dam ol' this Hei- fer is Lot 12 33. Ditto Ditto 34. Ditto Dilto 35. Ditto Ditto 36. Ditto Ditto 37. Ditto Dilto 38. Ditto Ditto 19. Ditto Ditto 40. DittoDitto, across between thcHere- ford Bull and Al- derney Cow. BY MESSRS. SKINNER, TUCHIN, and FORREST, On Wednesday, the 5th of April, at 12 o'Clock, at Gang- way's Coffee House, ' Change Alley, Cornhill, London, IN FIVE LOTS: THE ABSOLUTE REVERSION of .£ 1000. certain to be received on the Death of a Lady in her 57 th Year. The REVERSION of 3- 7ths of a Freehold Estate of 600 Acres, with the valuable Timber thereon, situate in the County of Hereford, of the annual Value of near o£ 600. Also, the REVERSION of a Freehold House and Land, in the Lower Town iu Bridguoitn, iu the County of Salop, of the annual Value of ,£ 80. The REVERSION of seveial Houses, Land, & c. inthe Town of Bridgnorth, of the annual Value of .£ 120, The Interest to be disposed of is Contingent upon the Death of a Lady, aged about 34, and her Son, aged about 6 Years, if the Son dies under 21 Years, or without Issue, or barring the Intail. And the REVERSION of a Rent Charge of .£ 100 per Annum, secured upon a Freehutd Estate, Contingent on the Death of a Gentleman aged 65, and a Child aged b Years. Printed Particulars may be had of Mr. EDDOWES, Printer, Shrewsbury; Mr. Wright, l'riuter, Hereford; Messrs. Pres- land and Munn, Solicitors, Brunswick Square, London; at Garraway's ; and of Messrs. SKINNER, TUCHIM, and FORRLST, Aldersgate Street, Loudon. CAPITAL ESTATE, with a MANSION HOUSE aud MANOR, in MONMOUTHSHIRE, BY S. BAGNOLD, On Monday, the 19th of March, 1810, auJ the following Day : ALL the FARMING STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS IN HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and Part of tbe HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, aud other Effects, of Mr. T. HAZLED1NE, of LONGFORD MILL, near Newport, in the County of Salop, ( who is de- clining the Farming Business): con isling of 40 capital young Dairy Cows, calved and in- calf, three calving Heifers, anl one Heifer Stirk ; six good fat Cows, five Heiler Calves, and one 2- year old Bull; four capital young draught Mares, ( one of which is in foal), and one draught Gelding ; one useful hackney Mare rising seven Years old, a good Roadster an I perfectly steady; one capital 3- year old draught Fitly, two 2- vear old Ditto, one 2- year old draught Colt, aud one ha- ilc- ney Ditto, three good Carts, two Ploughs, two Pair of Har- rows, and one Ox Ditto; seven Sets of Gearing. Bent ami Chains, large Scales and Weights, 10 Dozen ot good Baas, seven Dozen of Hurdles, Winnowing Fan, and various other Implements in Husbandry. ' The Household Furniture consists of Feather Beds, Bjlsters and Pillows, Bedsteads and Hangings; Oak Dining, Tea, Dressing and other Fables ; several Sets of good Chairs, one handsome Eight Day Clock anil fjlase, one hiudsome Pier Glass, one large and neat Mahogany Dining Table, one Chest of Drawers, Cupboards, & c. with . a large Assortment of other good and useful Household Furniture, Kitchen Re- quisites, Dairy and Brewing Uteusds, Barrels, Sic. And a Quantity of good Potatoes. N. B. The whole of this Stock is voting, and in good Con « dition ; the Cows will all Calve in due l ime for the Dairy; the Horses are well known to be steady, aud good Workers ; and the Colts scarcely to be equalled ; therefore it renders a favourable Opportunity to the Public, as the whole will be sold without Reserve. VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, & c. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, at the TRENCH FARM, inthe Parish of AYem, and County of Salop, on Monday and Tuesaay, the 2d and 3d Days of April, 1810 ; ALL that noted LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, ( with out the least Reserve) Part ofthe HOUSEHOLD FURNI- EURE, and other Elfects, the Property ol Mr. HALES, who is declining Farming. Catalogues are prepared, and may he had at the following Places: viz. Talbot, Welti; Red Lion, Eliesmcre; lied Lion, Malpas; Plixniv, Drayton; Bear, Hodnet; Hawk- stone Inn ; lion Inn, Shrewsbury; on the Premises; and of THE AUCTIONEER, Whitchurch, Salop. FA KM IN ( i STOCK, & c. BY CIIURTON, On Mondayar. il Tuesday, the 9th and 10th D- ivs of April, ALL the valuable LIVE STOCK," IMPLE- MENTS ill HUSBANDRY, Dairy anil Breving Vessels, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, & c. the Property ot Mr. GEORGE MOSS, of'THE STARES, in. Dodcot cum Wdsley, near Audlem, in the County of Chester.— Particulars will appear near the T me of Sale. 41. Lton, clresnutGet- dtng, with Gears 42. Maggot, Ditto Mare, Dino 43. Diamond, Do. Do. a thorough bred Snfl'ol i Punch, & in- foal by the no- led Horse Sweep, belonging to Mr, Fox, of Pitihford Park 44. Lton, black Gelcir with Gears 45. Wag, Ditto Ditio, Ditto 46. Diamond, black Mare, Ditto 47. Sharper, Ditto Gelding, Ditto 48. Datbv, brown Marc, Ditto 49. Puppet, Cheshut Ditto, Ditto IMPLEMENTS, 50. Norman, Ditto Gelding, Ditto, a thorough bred Suffolk Pui ch 51. A clever brown Cart Colt, 2- yrs. old 52. A bay hack Filly, 5- years old, un- broke, and got by Admiral ' 53. A Ditto Mare. 54. A narrow wheeled 58. A Ditto Single Ditto Waggon 59. A Ditto o5. Ditto 55. A Ditto 60. A one Horse Cart i6. Ditlo 56. A six Inch Ditto 61. A two Horse Roll d7. Six Pair of Har- 57. A Do. Do. Turn- 62. A double Plough rows, iu Lots brel 63. Ditto 68. Sundries. All the Cattle, except tour, aie of a uniform deep red Colour. ' The Cows and Heifers, calved and iu- calf, were put to thorough bred North Devon Bull, hired last Season of M Jellicoe, of Benthall. The whole of the Cart Horses and Mares are well known in the Neighbourhood to be extreme good Workers, at d the Pro prietor will uphold them to be so. BY MESSHS. SKINNER, TUCHIN, and FORREST, Oil Friday, the 25th of May, at 12 o'Clock, at Garraway's Coffee House, ' Change Alley, Cornhill, London, IN LOTS » AVALUABLE and very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate iu the Parishes of LLANGATTOCK JUXTAUSKand LLANDEWY RHYTHERCH, a beauti- ful Part of the County of Monmouth, bordering on the Turn- pike Road leading from Monmouth to Abergavenny i Consisting ofthe MANOR or reputed MANOR of LLAN- GATTOCK COED MORGAN', a MANSION HOUSE, and sundry eligible Farms, containing SEVEN HUNDRED and THIRTY FIVE ACRES, Statute Measute, of Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Wood Lands and Orcharding, and Farm Houses and suitable Outbuildings, let to Messrs. James, Davies, Floyd, Prichard, Geoige, and Daniel, ou short Leases ; the present Rents amount to aoout EIGHT HUNDRED POUNDS per Ann. which may be considerably increased as the Leases fall in. On the Estate is a considerable Giowth of Young Timber, principally Oak ; and a Modus is paid for Tytlie Hay, on the greatest Part of the Property. To be viewed 28 Days preceding the Sale, wl en printed Particulars may be had at the Angel, Abergavenny ; Beau- fort Arms, Monmouth ; of Robert St. John Lucas, Esq. Bath ; Mr, Davies, Surveyor, Crickhowell; Mr. Lucas, Solicitor, Caidigan; Mr. Gutch, Printer, Bristol; Mr. Crutwell, Printer,- Bath; Mr. Walker, Printer, Glocestfr; Mr. Ed- diiw<- s, Printer, Shrewsbury; Mr. W right, P Liter, Here- ford ; Messrs. Lambert and Sons, Solicitors, Hatton Garden ; at Garraway's; and of Messrs. StiNHER, Tvcais, and i'oKHEiT, Aidengate Street, London. SHROPSHIRE. Capital Farming Stock, Implements in Husbandry, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and Household Furniture, without Reserve. BY R. WILLIAMS, Upon Tuesday and Wednesday, tile 3d, and 4th, April, 1810, on ( he Premises of late Mr. TIlOM AS OWENS, of NEW- CASTLE, in the" Parish of Clun, iu the County of Silop: rriEN Cows and Heifers, calved and in- calf, one A barren Cow, one fat Cow, one ditto Bu i, six 3- year old Bullucks, eight 2- year old D tto, two 2- year old Heifers, nine Yearlings; four draught Horses, two Hacks, one Year- ling Colt, one Hill Poney; four fat Pigs; one vary good Waggon, two Carts, one wheel Plough, one hand Ploujh, one wheel Car, one Lime Car, two Pair of Harrows, a Qaan- tity of Implement Stuff, 8cc. ' The Household Furniture consists of Feather Beds, Bed- steads, Chairs, Tables, Glasses, Drawers, See. with Brewing and Dairy Utensils nearly new, and will be sold without Reset ve. The Farming Stock and Implements will be said the first Day, aud the Household Furniture, Sec. the second Day. The Sale to begin each Day at eleven o'Clock precisely. MONTGOMERYSHIRE CAPITAL OAK AND OTHER TIMBER. At the Goat Inn, in the Town of Llanfyllin, in tue Couuty of Montgomery, on Wednesday, the 28th Day of March, 1810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions; , LOT I. OAK TIMBER TREES, blazed and ' * numbered with a Scribe I to 345, standing in a Coppice ona Farm called CW. VIG L4NHALEN, in the Parish of I. lanfvll n, in the Occupation of John Cadwalader. LOT II. 133 OAK TIM BF. R TREES, blazed and number- ed in like Manner I to 133, standing ( with littlo Exception) in the Coppice aforesaid Lot HI. 21 ASH TREES, numbered iu like Manner 1 to 21, standing on other part ol Cwinglauhaleu Farm. LOT IV. 11 ALDER'TREES, numbered iu like Manner 1 to 11, and 5 SYCAMORE TREES, marked 1 to 5, standing ou the same Farm. 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T X) COVER THIS SEASON, at GARL'H, near Welshpool, PAVILION. Thorough bred Mares at FIVE GUINEAS, and a CROWN the Groom: Half- bred Mares and others, at THE EE GUI- NEAS, and the Groom's Fee.— Winners of two Fifties, or Mares which have . bred. Winners to that Amount; also Mares covered by Pavilion last Year and proving barren, Gratis. For Pavilion's Pedigiee and Performances, vide Racing Calendar and Stnd Book. JOHN JAMIESON, D- D F. R. S and F. A. S E. IOHN LESLIE, F R. S. F Professor of Mathematics in the Uim- rr- i'v of Edinburgh. lOHN LOUDON. F. L. S. JOHN MURRAY, Esq. I. ec- turer on Chemistry, Edinb. Mr. MALORTI DE MAR- TEM ON TV one of the Profes- sors of Fortification and Artil- lery in the R. M. Academy, Woolwich. Capt. PASLF. Y, R. Engineers. JOHN POND, Esq. F. It. S. Professor of Astronomy in the Roval Institution, London. R. E. SCOTT, A. M. Professor of Moral Philosophy, King's College. Aberdeen. Rev. ANDREW STEWART, M. D. F. A. S. E. Bolton. Mr. AI. EXAN. 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Preceded by an Historical Introduction, slid critical Catalogue of Books of Voyages aud Travels, and illustrated and adorned wi'h numerous Rnera vines. liy JOHN PINEERTON, Author of " Modern Geography," kc.. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and OTme, PaternoTer Row; and Cadell nnd Dsvies, Strand, London: and sold by W. Eddowes, Shrewsbury ; Smith, Iron Bridge ; and Painter, Wrexham. The next Division of this Collection will contain 1 , be Account* « f Travellers that relate to Asia, which will alio be published separately as soon as it can be complete-!, without waiting for the regular Course of monthly Deliver t. The Remainder of tbe Wo, k, containing the Descriptions of Africa and America, will be broucht forward in similar « le- lached Portions, for the Aecommo la'ion of Persons w ho n lay prefer this Mode of Publication. Tlie Publication in monthly Parts will, however, becontiHiied as before. CAERE1MON ENCLOSURE. ~ ALL Persons who have any Common or otlber Right in oi upon the Commons and Waste Lands ui liiu the Manor or District of Caereinion I- coed, in the Parishi ; of Llanfair, Llangyniew, and Castle Caereinion, in the County of, Montgomery, aie deiircd to attend personally ( aud not by their Agents rr Friends only) at the GO AT INN, in ' LLA. N- FAIR, on FRIDAY, the TWENTY- THIR D Day of MAR. Ttt Instant, at 10 o'CIock in the Morning, to sign their Ass ltts to, or give their Disseuts from the Bill now before Parliam snt for dividing, nllottinc, inclosing, aud otherwise improving tlie said Commous arid Waste Lands; a Copy of which will be then laid before them. As Per- onal Application must be made to every one ' fho does not attend as above, and for that Purpose i ne of ths Solicitors must take a Journey to each Party's Residence, which will occasion much Delay and considerable additional Expense, it is boded the Meeting will be fully attended Solicitors, Dated 9th March, 1810. CHAS. JONES, ? ED. MD. EDYE, J VERMIN, THE Property of EDWARD BIRD, this Season, 1810, at £ 1. 2s. each Mare, i London : Printed for B. CROSBY and Co. Stationers'- Court, Paternoster- row ; and Sold by W. EDDOWES, Wood, Newling, and Morris, Shrewsbury ; Houlston, Wellington ; Smith, Iron Bridge; Silvester, Newport; Wright, Whitchurch ; the Booksellers in Chester; J. Painter, Wrexham j and all Book- sellers, Stationers, and Newsmen. Stafford. Nov. 15, 1808. SOME ' years before your most useful Syrup, called Vegetable Essence, was made known as a public me- di ine 1 » as very much afflicted with the Scurvy, and fe i tint'ion's O. I my back, breast, and face, which were very troublesome and disagreeable. By taking about five bottles of your Essence, § ( which 1 was induced to use, became I v as convinced it was composed of Vegetable Materials only, having employed a nudical friend to examine its properties) I found myself perfectly cured, and free from Scurvy. The eruptions en my face ami body disappeared, and my skin became perfectly Clear. It took off the itching, gave perfect ease to my feet, * feich were threatened with the gout, ( it being a family complain!) anil relieved the drowsiness with which I bad been afficied for a length of time. My nights became comfoitable, my sleep refreshing, and my health « nd spirits were fully restored. Though several years have rlapsul, 1 have had scarcely any reluin of the complaint, although a vety free liver. Whenever any eruption has since appeared, one or two bottles 1 always found sufficient to set mi- right again. lam, Sir, your obliged, & c." § The materials are now made up Into a packet. One packet is equal to five botthrc. The wholesale venders of the Remedy are BARCLAY and SON, f' 5, Fleet- maiket, London; to whom retail vendeis ire it quested to make eaily application.— Ii may be procured genuine, pi ice 15s. w ith clear and explicit directions, of EDDOWES, Morris, Palm, and Newling, Shrewsbury; Miller, Mudeley Maiket- place ; Houlstons, Wellington; Smith, Iron Bridge; Silvester, Newport; Wright, Evansou, Whit- church; Baugh, Cioss, Ellesniere ; Procter, Drayton; Weaver, Montgomery; Jones and Co. Evans, Robeits, and Powell, Welsh'Pool; Morrall, Price, and Edwaids, Oswes- try • Griffiths, Bishop's Castle; Griffiths, Ludlow; Gitton, end' Partridge, Bridgnorth; Scarrot, Shitl'nal; I'uinter, Wiexham ; Jones, Chiik; Morris, Ruabon ; Evans, Llan- geniHw ; Evans, Newtown; and by every Medicine \ endcr jn the Kingdom. Ore packet of this nutritious vegetable Antiscorbutic, has in many instances done more tow ards eradicating the Scurvy, than all the dangerous Remedies which hove been ransacked from the Mineral Kingdom. The Vegetable Essence may be used at any season of the veai ; but is taken with peculiar advantage in the months of February, March, and April. The astonishing Cuies daily performed by Fmilli's Ploughman's Drops, IT^ OR the Cure of the King's Evil, Scurvy, . Venereal Disvase, Barrenness, Weakness, & c. have established their reputation iu the highest degree, and have placed them for above ( lie ver. emons tooth of calumny. During the last twelve months, only one remained out of two bundled and sixty patients in the neighbourhood of Shrews- bury, bur was relieved from ihe jaws of death, and perfietly cured, and the flesh of that one unfortunate person was putrlfied, his blood exhausted, and his bones iptteu bythe USE cf M EKCURY ; against which infernal antidote tothe health of mankind, tbe Ploughmen's Utops act as a grand enemy, destroying at UIIM the pernicious effects of all mer- Curial preparations, never" failing to drive the fiery vipir from the body, and restoring it to health and vigour Females, in particular, will find a certain and happy relief in the too many infirmities incident to the sex, and ought nevei to be without them as a valuable Household Medicine. These Diops are to be bad in square Bottles, with these' Words moulded on each, " Mr. Smith's Ploughman's Drops," all others are spuiious, at £]. 2s. the large, aud lis. the small, Duty included,' at the Doctor's House, Upton Magna, near Shtewsbuiy ; and may be hadof EDDOWIS, Shrewsbury ; Causey, Wellington; Yates, Iroubriilge ; Partridge, Bridg- north ; Silvester, Newport; Griffiths, Ludlow j Baugh, F. lles- inei'e ; Jones, Printer, Whitchurch; Procter, Drayton y Price, Oswestiv; Painter, Wrexham ; Waidson, Welshpool; Nicholson, Stouiport; Gore, Printer, aiid Jones, Druggist, Hujtnarkct, Liverpool. FOR COUGHS, CONSUMPTIONS, & c. PECTORAL ESSENCE of COLTSFOOT rTIHE herb Collsfoot, called Tussilago by the JL Ancients, was distinguished by them, as its name sufficiently conveys, for its excellence in the cure of Coughs, and other Pulmonarj Complaints ; and this Essence has, in the course of a long practice, been found the most safe and effectual Remedy for Coughs, Asthmas, and all Disorders of the Lungs. If gently opens the breast, and immediately gives liberty of breathing, w ithout any danger of taking cold. It admiiably allays the tickling which provokes frequent cough- ing, cleanses the small glands, relaxes the fibres, and thereby enlarges the cavities of the vessels Thus it will prevent Con- sumptions, if token before the lungs are ulcerated. It cures also all husky and dry Coughs, heals rawness and soreness of the Breast, and gives relief to those who, through age or infirmity, are deprived of rest or sleep. This Essence is prepared by JAMES RYAN, Surgeon, iu Bristol ; and sold only by F. NEWBURY and SONS, No. 45, the East F. nd of St. Paul's, Loudon, in bottles 3s. bd. each, duty included ; and none are genuine but those which have the words " F. Netcbcry, No. 45, St. Paul's," engraved on the stamp: and by their appointment, by EDDOWES, Wood, Newling, Morris, and Palin, Shrewsbury ; Procter, Prodgers, and Felton, Ludlow; Browne, Bridgnorth; Evanson, Whit- church ; Snelson, Nantwich ; Mobbs, Wellington ; Edwards, and Price, Oswestry; Birch, Ellesmere; and Smith, Iron Bridge. to cover and 2s. 6d. the Groom :— He is a beautiful brown Bay Horse, sixteen Hands high, with great Bone, capital Action, and free from Blemish. He was got by Vermin, his Dam by Beanfremont, and Grandam by Snap ; Veimin was got by Highflyer, bis Dam Rosebud by Snap, Grandam Miss Belsa by Regulus. He will be at Chnrcb- Strettou every Thursday, on the Road to Bishop's- Castle, nnd at Ihe Harp Inn, in Bishop's- Castle, on Thursday night; at the Turf Tavern Inn, in Shrewsbury, every Saturday ; at Home on Sunday ; and at the Oak Inn, in Pool, on Monday. THE FARMER PLOWBOY, To Cover this Season, each Mare, at il. Is. and 2s. fid. the Groom ; he will lemain all the Season at Home, the Red Lion Inn, Pontesbury. Pontesbury, March 1, 1810. TROJAN^ WILL Cover this Season, 1810, at LUT- WYCHE, at three Guineas and a Crown; and as the Number of Mares will be limited, an early Application is requested to be made to FRANCIS DEY, Stud Groom. Trojan is a brown Horse, of most beautiful Form, and prodigious Power; he stands nearly sixteen Hands high, has excellent black Legs, and is perfectly fiee frotn PdemiSb of any Description. He is by Sir Peter Teazle ; his Dam by Moss's Old Snap, & c. £ cc. and will be seven Years old next May. And many others distinguished in Science and I. iteia'ure. Edinburgh : printed by James Ballantvue and Co.; Sold in London bv James M. Richardson, and John Murray ; Deigb- t'on, Cambridge ; Eddowes, Wood nnd Walton, and Sandford, Shrewsbury ; Edwards, Oswestry ; and Wright, Whitchurch. This Encyclopedia has experienced in Scotland an extent of Circulation unexampled perhaps in the History of similar Works, the Ports published having already run through three Editions. Three half- volumes, the joint Production of near a hundred different Authors, arc now offered to tbe Public, as Specimens of the Mode in which the rest will be conducted. While every Aiticle, even the most unimport- ant, has been Written anew from the best Materials, and the most lecent and unexplored Sources of Information, many new Articles in Biography and Science, to be found in no other Work,, ha vie been substituted for the Lives of obscure Individuals, whose biography, equally devoid of Instruction and Entertainment, nothing but the Partialities of Friend- ship could have dragged from Oblivion ; and for the Geogra- phy of insignificant Mountains, Rivers, and Villages, which scarcely arrest the Eye of tbe Traveller. While the Pro- prietors have thus endeavoured to make their Work a general Repository of human Knowledge, they have aimed at tbe higher Object of enriching it with new Inventions and Disco- veiies. Many original Views in Science and the Arts, the Results of new and laborious Experiments, and some Disco- veries of no small Importance, distinguish ( he Volumes that aie already published ; and the high Reputation of many of the Contributors is a pledge, that the subsequent Volumes will be characterized by the same Originality. CONDITIONS. I. This Work will not, it is expected, eXceeil Twelve Volumes Quarto, and will be handsomely printed with a new Type, and with the best London Ink. The Paper will be a fine Wove Demy ; and the Engravings will be executed in the best Style, from original Drawings, by Mr. PETER NICHOL- SON, Mr. FAREY, jun. Mr. ROBERTSON BUCHANAN, Mr. P. SYME, SEE. The A'las, consisting of at least Thirty Maps, will be executed by KIRKWOOD and SON, whose superiority in this branch of Engraving is universally acknowledged. II. It will be published iu half Vols, one of which will ap- pear regularly every three Months, price in boards 18s. III. To prevent imperfect Copies from being left in the Hands of the Publishers, every Subscriber must take the whole Work; but if, after examining the first Part, it does not meet with his eppiobatipn, he is at liberty ro return it. Prospectuses may be had, and Speiiinens of Ihe Work seen, by applying* as above, or to Mr. Stanton, at the Canal Office, Ellcsmere. * T IO COVER, at THE ROYALS, near Naut- wich, Cheshire : DIAMOND, ( Sire of Brilliant, Noblessa, Violet, Master Diamond, Mary, Fairy Queen, and other Winners in Ireland); At FIVE GUINEAS each Mare, and Half- a- Guinea ( he Groom. Good Accommodations for Mares and Foals, at 7s. per Week. All Demands to be paid before the Mares are taken away. At the same Place, GOLDEN HERCULES, At ONE GUINEA, and Half- a- Crown. DR. ANDERSON'S Or, The True Scots Pills, Have been, for almost a Century, and still continue to be, faithfully prepared by DICEY and Co. No. 10, Bow Church Yard, London; whose Name, by favour of the Hon. Com- missioners, is engraved in the Stamp affixed to each Box of their genuine Pills; the counterfeiting of which is Felony. TJ^ HEY are singularly efficacious in bilious, flatulent, 1 and dropsical Complaints, and all Disorders of ( he Head, Stomach, and Bowels; promote Digestion, create an Appe- tite, remove Obstructions in the Kidnics, and consequently I are Antidotes to the Stone and Gravel; but for the Expulsion of Worms in Children or grown Persons, tbe whole Materia Medica has not their equal. Travellers, who' are too often obliged to drink , all Kinds of Liquors, ns well as Seafaring People, should never be unprovided with them, as by fre quenfly taking one or two of them, they are kept from Cos- tiveness, Scurvies, Fevers, and most malignant Distempers. Tbe Scots Pills prepared by Dicey and Co. retain their Virtue for any Length of Time, and in all Climates; and from the Peculiarity of the Composition, they neier run to- gether; an Advantage no other Scots Fills possess: And there- fore, for Exportation, or the Use of Gentlemen in the Mari- time Line, they have a manifest superiority. Spuiioos Sorts, of a very inferior Quality, are sold in almost every Town ; fie careful therefore to ask particularly for DICEY'S Anderson's Scots Fills, and to observe, that the Words Dicey and Co. No. 10, How Church- Yard, are printed in the Stamp affixed to each Box, and sigucd in tbe Margin of each Bill of Directions. They are sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Dicey and Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, nt Is. Ijd, per Box, containing 30 Pills ; and Retail by W. FDDOWES, Wood, Sandford, and Newling, in Shrewsbury ; Guest, Broselej ; Gitton, and Partridge, biidgnorth; Harding and Scarrott, Sbiffnal; Dean, Newport; Houlstons, Wellington; Millner, and Smiih, Iron Bridge, Trevor, Mueb Wenlock; Evans, Welsh Pool; Fallows, Baugh, Jackson, and Birch, Ellesmere; Wright, Whitchurch; Snelson, nnd Craig, Nantwich; Painter, Wrexham; Price, and Edwaids, Oswestry; and by tbe principal Venders of Patent Medicines iu every Town throughout tlie Kingdom,— Of whom may be had, from Dicey and Co.' s Warehouse as above, T TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls ariiing at the Toll Gates at Aston and Minsterlcy, oai the Turnpike Roads leading from Montgomery, tnro' WestUury and Minsterley aforesaid, to Shrewsbury, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION to the best Bidder, at the Duelling House of Mr. DANIEL WEAVER, in Ihe Village of Worthen, in tha County of Salop, on FRIDAY, the TWKNTY- TH1RD Day of MARCH Instant, beta een the Hours of three and five in the Afternoon, for one or two Years, as shall be then agreed upon, commeacing at Lady- D. iv next, iu the Manner direct- ed bv the Act passed in Ihe 13th Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, for regulating the Turnpike Road a , » bi< tj " Foils are now let for the Sum of ,£' 220. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties to tiie Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent ai such Tunes a* they sball direct; and no Person will be allowed to bid unless his Sureties are present and approved hy the Trustees. THOMAS WEAVER, Cleik lo the Ti usfees of the said Turnpike Roads. Worthen, < 2d Mn'ch, 1810. E' This Day is published, in Sv. o. in six verv lar^ e Volumes, Price in Boards .-£ 3. dedicated by Permission to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury : ECCLESIASTICAL BIOGRAPHY; or Lives of Eminent Men connected with the History of Religion in England, from the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution : selected and illustrated with Notes. By CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, I). D. Dean and Rector of Bucking, nnd Domestic Chaplain to his Grace the Archbishop of Cauterbtt y. Trintcd for F. C. and J. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London ; sold also byW, F. ddowes, Shrewsbury. TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gates erected on the. Turnpike Roads leading from Owestry to Shrewsbury, and from Otwes- try to Knockin, called Gallows- Tree- Bank, p'ueeif's- HeaJ, and Maesbury Gates, with Weston and Whittingtori Chains ; the Tolls arising at the Toll Gate erected 011 the Road leading from Oswestry to Wrexham, called LIwynGate; the Tolls arising at the Toll Gate erected on the Roads leading froin Oswestry to Llanfyllin, called Llanforda Gate, with the Chaiu? erected on the Roads leading from Llwynymaen Coal Woiks to Pentrechannei and Treflach Lime Works; and the lolls of the Gates on the Turnpike Roads leading from Oswestry to Llansilin, called Rhydycroesau and Cr. ies Hir Gates, will be LET by AUCTION, to the best Bidders, at the House of Mr. William Leigh, known by the Sign of the CROSS FOX ICS Inn, iu Oswestry aforesaid, on THURSDAY, the TWSNfY- NLNTH Day of March next, between the Hours of two aud five in the Afternoon ( for one or three Years, as shall be then agreed upon), in the Manner di- eeted by the Act pa- sed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his Majesty King George the Third, " for regulating the Turnpike Roads;" which Tolls produced the last Year the following Sums:— Gallows- Tree- Bank, Queen's- Head, and 5 £ s. d. . Maesbury' Gates, with Weston and V- 464 0 O Whittingion Chains ) Llwyn Gale 312 0 0 Llanfbrda Gate and Chains 212 0 O Rhydyeroesau Gate 24 10 O Croes IlirGate • » ...... 34 O 0 above the Expense of collecting them, and will be put up it those Sums respectively. Whoever happen to be the best Bidders, must, at the same Time, give Security, with sufficient Sureties ( who shall pel son- ally attend), to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Tnrnpike Roads, for the Payment of the Rent agreed for, and nt such Times as they shall direct. LEWIS JONES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said February 6th, 1810. Turnpike Roads. True Datfv'a Elixir - - Smaller Buttles - - • Dr. Batfiuaa's Drops • Dr. Radi litic'- Elixir Squire's Grand Elixir Bijsiook'. F, l xir - Pike's Ointment - - . Skm^ htou's Elixir - • friar's Balsam - - • Clinton's Scuff, and Oil • . d, 2 6 1 9 1 6 1 3 2 0 2 6 1 9 1 li I 1* 1 6 s. d. Hoopei's female Pills - I 1J Bathing Spirits - - » 0 St Godfrey's Cordial - - 0 9 Golden' aad plain Spirits of Scurvy- Grass - - Beauine deVie - - Beltun's British Oil - Rymcr's Tincture Walker's Jesuits Drops Wymau'. i'itU - - 1810. 10 Cover this Season, at VAYNOR PARK, in the County of Montgomery, at time Guineas each Mare, and three Shillings the Groom, PARIS, ( Own Brother to Stamford) ; Got by Sir Peter, his Dam Horatia by Eclipse, out of Del- pirn's Dam by Blank. For his Performances, see Racing Calendars for 1806 and 1807. $ j' The Money to be paid at the Time of Cowring. An important Discovery in JMedicme. rg^ HE CELEBRATED CUMBERLAND BI- A TUM1NOUS FLUID, is the most effectual Remedy ever discovered, or made known to the World for the Relief and Cure of Hheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, Fains qf the Back and Ktdnies, Numbness, Palsy, The follow ing wonderful Cure deserves particular attention ; from Mr. CUMMING, Master of the King's Arms Inn, Wigton, Cumberland. Wiglon, ZSth August, 1808. " SIR, I think it a duty due to you, as well as to society in general, that the following extraordinary Cure, effected by the Cumberland Bituminous Fluid, be made public. 11 A niece of mine, residing with her parents nt Dundee, had, from a paralytic affection, entirely lost the use of both legs and one side. Her parents had applied to nearly all the medical gentlemen in that licighbouihood, without the least prospect of ever gaining Relief, when accidentally mention- ing the deplorable situation of their little daughter to me, aud having before witnessed the beneficial infhieuce of ynut medicine in similar cases, I procured two bottles trom Mr, Hetberton, and sent per coach. A few days ago I received the pleasing intelligence that tbe medicine had performed the most miraculous cure tbat perhaps was ever witnessed, as my niece had recovered the full use of her limbs, and was in other respects in perfect good health. " I am, Sir, your most obedient servant, " JOHN CUMMING." Discovered and prepared only by G. RAMSAY, Apothecary, Penrith, ( many years of Apothecaries Hall, London), and is put up in hollies, with full instructions, al 2-. 9d. each. Sold w holesale by BARCLAY and SON, NO. 9J, Flect- tnarket, London ; and retail by EDDOWRS, Morris, Pahn, and Nrwhug, Shrewsbury ; Miller, Macteley Market- Place; Houlston, Wellington; Smith, Iron- Bridge; Silvester, Newport; Maddocks, Ellesuierc; Procter, Drayton; Weaver, Montgomery; Jones and Co, Evans and i Roberts, Welshpool; Morrall, Pruc, and Edwards, Oswestry ; 3 u Griffiths, Bishop's Castle ; Griffiths, Ludlow ; GrUon, and 1 9 Partridge, Bririgmorth; Scarrot, Shifliial; Painter, Wrt- xhaui; 3 9 Jonrs, Chirk; Morris, Ruabon; Evans, Llangeruiew ; Evans, 2 9 Newtown ; and by every Medicine Vender in the Kingdom. BEAUTY AND HEALTH cannot be more essentially promoted than bv attending to The Preservation of the Teeth. R. NEWTON'S RESTORATIVE TOOTH PO'WDfcR having received the approbation of the first Nobility, Gentry, and a generous Public, by an exten- sive Consumption for a series of years, as well as the attesta- tion of its superior excellence, from the analysis of its com- ponent parts, by the most distinguished medical characters, who have pronounced it the most pleasant Vegetable Tooth Powder, known to increase the beauty of the enamel, and promote the durability of the Tooth, and which has, in con- sequence of its experienced advantages, been honoured with the Immediate patronage of their Majesties, and the various illustrious Branches of the Royal Family, Nobility, Gentry, kc. in the United Kingdom. ' NEWTON'S TOOTH POW- DER, is an Astringent and Antiscorbutic Powder, a delicate Aromatic, extremely grateful tothe Palate, nud pleasant in its use ; in fine, to those who apply it, it is n certain preventative to pain or decay of tbe Tooth to the latest period of life.— It continues to be faithfully prepared by Mr. Newton ( only), at bis house, Kennington Plane, Vauxhall, ( late of Great Russell- street, London), from the genuine Recipe of tbe late Sir Richard Jebb, Physician to their Majesties, & c. and sold wholesale, retail, and for exportation, by Messrs. Shaw and Edwards, No. 66, St. Paul's Church- yard, whom he has em- powered to make a liberal allowance to his Town and Country Venders, Merchants, & c. Also retail by EDDOWES, Wood, and Palin, Shrewsbury; Griffiths, Bishop's Castle; Gitlon, Bridgnorth; Watkins, and Wright, Hereford ; Edwards, Morrall, and Minshall, Oswestry; Griffiths, and Jones, Welshpool; and by every Perfumer and Medicine Seller in the Kingdom, in Boxes at 2s. 9d. each. CHILBLAINS are prevented from breaking, and their tormenting Itching instantly removed, by It'hitekmd's Essewe of Mustard, univeisally esteemed for its extraordinary effi- cacy in Rheumati- ms, Pal^ iea, Gouty Affections, and Com- plaints of the Stomach ; but where this certain remedy has been unknown or neglected, and the Chilblains have actually suppurated, or broke, IFhitekeaa's Family Cerate will ease the pain, and very speedily heal them. They are prepared and sold, by R. JOHNSTON, Apothecary, 15, Greek- Street, Solio, London, the Essence and Pills at 2s. 9rl. each— the Cerate at Is. 1$ d. They are sold hy EDDOWES, Newling:, Morris, and Palin, Shrewsbury; Painter, Wrexham; Bangh, Elles- mere ; Houlston, Wellington ; Silvester, Newport; Prodgers, Ludlow; Partridge, and Gitton, Bridgnorth; Edwards, Price, and MinsUall, Oswestry ; and bv every Medicine Vender in the United Kingdom. Tnc genuine has a black ink Stamp witli the name of ft. Johnston inserted on it. Doctor Freeman's Gutta Salutaris, IS A CERTAIN CURE TOR VENEREAL, GLANDULAR, AND CUTANEOUS DISORDERS, GLEETS, & C. ABOTTLE or two will convince the patient of tlieir salutary effects; a few bottles have effecied a cure, after salivation and every other means have proved abortive, and even when the disorder has been stauding several years. No remedy can be better contrived, more sale, or more con- venient than this for such as are obliged to go long Joumies, or to sea, as il needs no confinement, or restraint of diet, and 40 years- experience by Dr. Freeman io an extensive practice has proved it no less successful in those debilities winch arise more from impiudencc than a certain cause— to such patients it holds out a never failing, permanent, and speedy relief. Sold wholesale arid retail at Mr. Butler's, 4, Cheapside, Corner of Paternoster- Row-; and retail by Eddow. es, Wood, Palin. and Morris, Shrewsbury; Baugh, Ellesmere; Painter, Wrexham; Price, Morrall, . and Edwards, Oswstry; HouU stons, Wellington; Silvester, Newport; Scarrott, Shiffnal; Smith, Iron Bridge ; Gitton and Bangliam, Bridgno th ; and mos: Medicine Venders, in Botl'es at 2s. 9d. ami 4s 5J. each. BANKRUPTS— MARCH 3. W. Clipson, of Lawrence- lane, wine- merchant, March 10, 17, April 14, at Guildhall.— J. Hinde, C. I'. Wyatt, and T. Keyse, of Hor^ leydown, lead• m., nutacturcrs, Ma ch 6, 17, April 14, at Guildh ill.— R. Walsh, of Cheljcs, India rubber mmofaetiiier, March 10, 24, April 14, at Guildhall._ H. Herve, oi Cncapside, Jeweller, March 10, 14, April 14, at Guildhall — J. and J. Plimpton, of Wood- street, yarehowsem^ u, March 10, 17, April 14, q( Guild- hall.— R. Foster, ot Kingsland- road, silk- roan, March 10, 17, April 14, at Guildhall.— VV. Wil- on, of Richmond, bricklayer, March 6, 13, April 14, a! Guildhall S, Ramsey and P. Aldrick, of Bishop's Storttord, upholsterers, March 6, 17, April 14, at Guildhall.— T. Brown, of Shoreditch, mercer, March 10, 17, April 14, at Guildhall— J. Al'en, of Sulton- slrcet, surveyor, March 10, 17, April 14, at Guildhall.— W. Phillips, of Brighton, carpenter, March 21, 22, April 14, at the Old Ship, Brighton J. Turner, of Manchester, victualler, March 19, 20, April 14, at the Coach and Horses, Manchester.— J. Mountford, of Worcester, draper, March 8, 9, April 14, at the Star anil Garter, Worcester. MARCH 6.]— J. Grove, Great Mav's- buildings, dairyman, Marcli 10, 24, April 17, at Guildhall— R. Sanders, Croydon, cowkeepcr, March 10, 24, April 17, a! Guildhall W. Pagett, AMenhatn Wood Farm, Herefordshire, cyder merchant, March 17, 24, April 17, at Guildhall.— B. Winniett, Margaret- street, stock- broker, March 17, 24, April 17, at Guildhall.— J. Bear, Sudbury, butcher. March 8, 15, April 17, at the Roseand Crown, Sudbury . — R. Walker, Kingston- upon- Hull, grocer, March 23, 24, April 17, at the White Hart, Hull— J. Daniels, Manchester, and J. Daniels, Liverpool, dealers in earthenware, March 22, 23, April 17, al the Globe, Liverpool.— S. Shill, Bristol, watchmaker, March 7, 20, April 17, at ihe White Lion, Bristol W. Tatharo, Orim- kirk, innkeeper, April 9, 10, 17, at the King's Arms Lancaster.— T. Mouldon, SpiUiy, maltster, March 29, 30, April 17, at the White Hart, Spilsby.— K. Rigby, Manchester, victualler, April 9, 10, 17, at the Dog, Manchester— W. Pocock, North PeUierton, dealer in horses, March 15, 16, April 17, at the Angel Inn, Bridge- water.— G. Seager, Westbromwich, timber dealer, March 15, 1( 3, April 17, at the Royal Hotel, Birmingham— R. Chapman, Thatcham, shopkeeper, March 20, 21, April 17, at the Upper Ship, Reading.— J. Burton, Manchester, innkeeper, March 2- 2, 23, April- 17, at the Star, Manchester. - W. Lynass, Skerton, mariner, April 4, 5, 17, at the Moaley Arms, Manchester.— J. Clavloo, juu. Leeds, woulstaplcr, March Jl, April 2, 17, at the Bull and Moulli, Ueds— J. Davis, Merlbvr TydVil, druggist, March 12, 13, April J7.
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