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The Salopian Journal

21/03/1810

Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 843
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The Salopian Journal

Shropshire Newspaper - With News from Herefordshire and Wales
Date of Article: 21/03/1810
Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Address: Corn-Market, Shrewsbury
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 843
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PRINTED BY WILLIAM EDDOWES, CORN- MARKET, SHREWSBURY Wednesday March 21, 1810 Price Sixpence Halfpenny This Paper is circulated in the most expeditious Manner through the adjoining Counties of ENGL \ ND arid WALES.— Advertisements not exceeding ten Lines, inserted at Five Shillings and Sixpence each, SALES BY AUCTION SALES BY AUCTION SALOP A Farming Stock worth Notice. DIETRICHSEN, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, At his Old- established House, 12', Rathbone Place, Oxford- Street, London, CONTINUES lo make, ( for Ready Money only,) in his SUPERIOR and highly- approved Stile of cutting, Men of Fashions' Clothes, Ladies' Riding Habits, and young Gentlemen's Dresses, plain or elegantly trimmed.— Country Residents may be informed how to transmit their Measures by Post; and Orders from new Customers to be accompanied with a Remittance. A FARM CAPITAL OAK TIMBER, ** J, UUO . XUjWl- 12 1,000 12,000 20 ... 500 10,000 20 100 2,000 50 2,200 36 25 900 4,860 15 72,900 And to the first- drawn Prize above .£ 15, ( not being one of the under- mentioned Numbers) will be given in addition to the above Money Prizes, if the said fortunate Number is of the Letter A, 100 Tickets comprised iu No. 1,251 to 1,275 Letter II, 100 Ditto comprised in 3,001 to 3,02.5 Letter C, 100 Ditto comprised in 4,751 to 4,775 Letter, D, 10( 1 Ditto comprised in 2,501 to 2,525 With all the Prizes they may contain : upon this plan it is evident that one Ticket may gain .£ 100,000. In withdrawing so many Tickets trom the quantity usually on Sale, ( although for the Purpose of forming wheut into Four such distinguished Prizes, possessing Chances hitherto mi known) the Contractor is not insensible to the Objections that may be started by those who could not piocure Tickets at the close of the last Lottery,— he can only anticipate such Objections by announcing that Tickets aud Shares will be promptly distributed to every Lottery Office ill the Uuited Ktnp'oa), THIS AND THE THREE FOLLOWING DAYS, BY WRIGHT AND SON, OnthePremi. es, at LI TTLE BOLAS, near Wellington, in the Connrv of Salop, on Wednesday, the 21st Dav of March 1810, « nd the thiee following Days, until all \ s sold ; ALL the truly valuable FARMING STOCK. , IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, DAIRY and BREWING VESSELS of Mr. JAMES HEATLEY, of Little Bolas aforesaid, who IS Retiring from the Farming Business ; consisting of thirty- seven fine Dairy Cows, calved arid in- calf, one barren. Cow, three barren Heifers, two 3. year old Bullocks, four Twinters, one excellent Bull, 2- vear old ; four good draught Horses, one Mare in- foal, one beautiful chesnut Nag Hoirse, 5- yeor old, one Nag Mire, 3- year old ; thirty- one Fat. Wetbi ers of the Ryland Hreed, iu Lots, thirty hlack- faced Ryland Ewes, to a Southdown Ram, in Lots) one large Sow iri- pig, seven Store Pigs; two Waggons, one long Cart, two Dang Carts, one double Plough, three Wheel Ploughs, two Hand Ploughs, ode Set of Harrows and Swing Tree, two Pair of Harrows, Gearing for seven Horses, Straw Engine, two Corn Collets, Malt- mill, Land Roller, two half Measures, Beam, Scales, and Weights, with drag and other R.- ikes, Forks, yelves. Spades, Scythes, Sickles, Peas Hooks, Hoppers, Ladders, Stone Slid other Cisterns, Hog- troughs, Cow Soles, Wheelbarrows, Stack- frames, and all other Farming Utensils. The Household Furniture cdnsisls of twelve line Feather Beds and Bulsters, Blankets, Quilts and Covers, fourteen Pail- of Fourpost, Turn- up, Half- headed, Stonlp, and other Bedsteads, with Plaid, Plain, f. insev and other Hangings, one beautiful Wardrobe Bedstead, Chintz Furniture to Ditto, Bed- side and other Carpets, Dining, Dressing, Pembroke, Card and other Tables, Pillar and Claw Stands'; Pier, 8win » and other Looking Glasses, Wash- hand Stand, several Chests of Drawers, Linen Chests, Trunks and Boxes, Folding aud other Clothes Horses, several Sets of joined, turned anil other Chairs, Tea- boards, Hand- boards, Waiters and Bottle- slides, China, aud Earthenware, a handsome eight Day- Clock in an Oak Case, with the Day of the Month, Circu- lation of the Moon, and strikes the Quarters, ( by Benboa), a good Oak Dresser and Shelves, and a Quantity of Pewter, Kitchen Orate, Ash Orate. Cupboard, Oven, Sweak, Trevet, and Appendages, several Sets of Fiie Irons, Fenders, Stand- plates, Sad and Box Irons, a Bottle- jack and Camo, Tin Hasteiier, Iron Furnace and Boiler, with Pots, Kettles, Saucepans anil Tin- ware, Cheese Screw, Cu d Tub and Frame, two largo Stone Cheese Presses, Cheese Planks, Shelves and a Sink- stone, a great Number of large and small Iron hound and other Tubs, Fails, ( Jauns, Cleansing Sieve and Mash Rule, eleven Half Hogsheads and a number of small Casks, all in good Condition, and a variety of Dairy and Brewing Vessels? about seven Tons of excellent fine flavoured Cheese, to be Sold by Private Contract; three Fowling Pieces. N. B. This Stock, as a Dairy Stock, is particularly well worthy the Atteritiou of the Public, being young, iu high Condition, and those that have not already calved; will calve in due Time for the Dairv; The draught Horses are steady Workers, and the Nig Horse and Mare lit for Ihe Field or Road; the Sheep and Pigs are well worth Notice; the Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, are clean and in good Repair; and as the whole will be Sold without the least Reserve, it renders a favourable Opportunity to ihe Public.— The Sale will begin each Morning at Ten o'Clock ; and the Live Stock and Implements of Husbandry, will be Sold ou the first Dav. BY WRIGHT AND SON, Ou the Premises, at the CITADEL, near Hawkstone Inn, in the County of Salop; on Tuesday the 3rd, and Wed- nesday the 4th Davs of April, 1810, at ten o'Clock in the Morning of each Day ; ALL the truly valuable well- selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairv' and Brewing Vessels, and a Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of the late GEORGE DOWNWARD, Esq. deceased: consisting of twelve capital Dairy Cows, calved and in- calf, one Barren Cow ; four useful Draught. Horse's, and Geaiing for six Horses; two good Waggons, one on Shells, with Gearing, one Loilg Cart, two Dung 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, ' m Lots, Land Roller, two Slack Frames, two Straw Engines oa au improved Construction, two Corn ColFers, Malt- mill, Beam Scales and Weights, twenty Corn Sacks, several Fodder Cribs and Cratches, Cisterns and Hog Troughs, Stone and Wood, three Drag Rakes, with Liine Shovels, Yelves, Spades, Rakes, Forks, Wire anil other Lanthorus, Weeding Tongs, Peas Hooks, two Wheelbanows, and various other Farming Utensils; and about twenty Seed Casks, in 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, & e. a good Kitchen Orale and Appendages, Oak Dresser and Shelves, Pillar and Claw Stand, Wire and other Fenders, Fire Irons aud Kitchen Requisites ; a large Mash Tub, Cheese Tub and Cover, three Lead Milk Coolers, a large Stone Cheese Press, ten Cheese Vats ; ten, large ami small Casks in good Condition, six Wood Bottles, Cheese Sciew, j Horse and Appendages, with Pails, Gauns, and all Kinds of Household Furniture, Dairy, and Brewing Vessels; two good Fowling Pieces, and uumeroiis other Articles. N. B. The late Mr. Downward's Farming Stock is too well known to need any Comment; the Farming Utensils, Household Furniture, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, are iu good Condition, and the whole will be Sold witnout Reserve ; therefore the Auctioneers request the Attention of the Public. —' The Live Stock and Implements in Husbandry, will be Sold on the first Day's Sale. At the House of Mr. Job Swinchatt, known by ihe Sign of the Stag's Head, iu Drayton, in the Coiiuty of Salop, on Tuesday, the 10th of April, 18to, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then pro- duced, in the following Lots, or in such other Lots as shall be agreed upou at the Time of Sale; ALL those 155 valuable OAK TREES, now blazed and numbered with Scribes, growing on two Fawns, in THE MURREY, in the Parish of ADDERLEY, in the County ol Salop i Lot, No. 1 — 2u excellent OAK TREES, marked as aforesaid. 2 — 30 Ditto Ditto 3— 20 Ditto Ditto 4 — 20 Ditto Ditto 5 —• 25 Ditto Diito 6 — 20 Ditto Ditto 7 — 20 Ditto Ditto N. B. The Murrey is distant from Drayton five Mile? and from Whitchurch six Miles; the Trees are very lengthy of large Dimensions, perfectly sound aud clelty ; tbe Mark extremely fiesh, and free from Scotch; therefore the Auc tiooeers beg Leave to recommend this Timber to the Notic of the Public, tor any Purpose where Length aud Strength r. i required; John Hunt, jun. at the Cottage, in the Murrey will shew the Timber, and explain each Lot. BY G. TAYLOR, On the Premises at WIRSWALL, near Whitchurch, in the County of Salop; on Wednesday, the 28th Day of March, 1810.; ALL that young and valuable FARMING 0r STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy, , Brewing Vessels, & c. the Property of Mr, JOHN PARSONS, who is retiring from the Farming Business: consisting of , fourteen desirable in- calf Dairy Cows, three valuable calv- ng , Heifers ; one able Draught Horse, ( suitable for a Road Wag- / j gon), one useful Ditto, ( either for Saddle or Harness) ; several Sets of Gears, Crank and Foot Chains, long Csrt J*- and Gearing complete, one ' Tumbrel, two Ploughs ( nearly , new), Pair of Harrows, Winnowing Fan, Land Roller, , s. I'ikels and Rakes, Wheelbarrow ; ail excellent lar? e Cheese Tub, several Cheese Vats, large Churn, Quantity of English Oak lron- boujid Barrels, with several Dairy Utensils too numerous for Insertion. N. B. The above Cows are young aud in fine Condition, and will come in for early Profit; the Horses are stu* t and pt active Workers ; the Dairy and Brewing Vessels are chiefly ^ new, and in good Repair.— The Sale to begin exactly at Ten o'Clock, as the whole will be Sold in one Day. p^ LARGE AND VALUABLE Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Kc. s° BY G. TAYLOR, Ye On Monday the 2nd, and Tuesday the 3rd Days of April, La 1810, on the "' Premises at AG DEN, in the" Parish of w Malpas, and County of Chester; ALL that voung and excellent LIVE STOCK, pC IMPLEMENTS ill HUSBANDRY, Dairy, Brewing j j," Vessels, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE, & c. Qn I the Property of Mr. JOHN HENSHAW, who is quitting his Farm : consisting of sixteen Dairy Cows, calved and (.. in- calf, four Barren Ditto, two yearling Calves, one handsome 1):, 2- year old Bull ; one Waggon Mare, in foal by that noted Q Horse called the Farmer's Glory, two other Ditto ; five Ewes in Iamb, and one Ratn ; 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. ja The Dairy Vessels, Household Furniture, & c. consist of a large and small Mash Tubs, several English Oak Iron- bound ^ Barrels, capital Cheese Screw and Horse, a Quantity of ar Milking Cans, an Assortment of Cheese Vats, large Oak j Cheese Plank, Stone Cheese Press, an excellent large Press [ j Bedstead, three Stump Ditto, Oak Dining Tables, Dressing ga Tables, a number of Oak Coffers, large Oak Kitchen Table, and Bench, large strong Oak Screens, several stout Kitchen gj Chairs, large Iron Furnace and Bottom, Stone Cisterns and jr Pig troughs, with numerous other Articles, too tedious for ai Insertion. sn N. B. The Auctioneer begs Leave to acquaint the Public, al that the above Stock of Cows 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 full of Bone and Activity, steadv Workers, aud suitable for the ~ Farming Purposes. The Live Stock and Implements will .1 be Sold the first Day.— The Sale to begin each Morning at Ten o'Clock. ^ Capital Forming Stock, fife. H BY R. MADDOX, " On the Premises, without ihe least Reserve, on Thursday, P the 29th Day oI'March, 1810, and the two following Cays: ai ALL the truly valuable and well- selected LIVE S STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, Brewing " anil Dairy Utensils, together with Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS anil FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMAS SUMMERFIELD, of LLANFORDA, near Oswestry, in the County of Salop, who is declining the Farming Business. . Catalogues will be prepared immediately, and may be had at the following Places, ( viz.) Royal Hotel, and Feathers Inns, Chester; Lion, and Talbot, Shrewsbury; Eagles, Wrexham; Hand, Llangollen; Eagles, Ruaboti; Hand, Chirk; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere ; White Hoise, Over, ton; Boot, and White I. ion, Whittington; the Place ot J Sale; ofthe AUCTIONEER; and Mr. EDWARDS, Printer, a Oswestry, f — . d Montgomeryshire Oak and Ash Timber. a a At the Herbert's Arms Inn, Kerry, on Thursday, the. 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 : I AAA LOT I. & UU OAK Timber Trees, numbered with a ; Scribe, upon Garthilm Farm, in the Holding of Mr. Richard Powell. I OT II. 800 OAK Timber Trees, and 2 ASH Trees, also , ' numbered with a Sciibe, upon Wenallt Farm, in the Occu- f pation of Mrs. Morris. LOT III. 204 OAK Timber Trees, also numbered with a Sci ibe, upon Graig Farm, in the Occupatiou of Mr, Richard B Owen. LOT IV. 711 OAK Timber Trees, also numbered with a • Scribe, upon 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. LOT VII. 33 FIR Trees, on Lower Penaron Farm, in the Occupation of Mr. Edward Jones. LOT VIII. 42 OAK Timber Trees, numbered with a Scribe, upon Tyn- y- ron Farm, ill the Occupation of Mr. Thomas _ Jones. The above mentioned Farms are situate in the sevetal Parishes of Keny and Mouchtrey, distant each about , 8 Miles from the Canal at Garthmil, to which t" lace there are good Roads. R LOT IX. 76 OAK POLLARDS, numbered with a Scribe, upon Freedd Form, in the Parish of Llanllwchairn, within g half a Mile of the Town of Newtown, in the Occupation of e Mr. George Matthews. n The Oak Timber Trees are principally of large Dimensions, , f appear sound, and fit for Navy and Plank Timber ; the Ash for Hoops and Wheelwright Work, and several of the Pollards ie appear sound. The several Tenants will shew the Lots growing upon the : h Farms in their respective Occupations ; and further Parti- s, culars may be had from Mr. WILLIAMS, Timber- Surveyor, ig Kerry, or Mr. STEPHSSS, Solicitor, Newtown. 5 th March, 1810 " CAPITAL LIVE STOCK. BY DAVIES AND SON, r' On the Premises, on Monday, the 2d Day of April, 1810: at rrUSE truly valuable and well selected LIVE T, JL STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Brewing and Dairv Utensils, and some Part of the HOUSEHOLD ~ FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMAS, of DOMMEN CASTELL, in the Parish of Lliufechan, in the County of Montgomery : consisting of 14 excellent Cows, calved and in nn calf, seven 3- yearsold Bullocks, three 2- ycarsold ditto, three sly 2. years old Heifers, two 2- years old Spayed ditto, one capital 3- years old Bull, one 2- vears old ditto, nine Yearling Calves ; ES three strorg Waggon Horses, one 3- years old Filly, of the th. Draught Kind, one 2- years old ditto ; five strong Store Pigs ; a Harvest Cart, Lime ditto, two Ploughs, three Pair of Har- of rows, Gearing tor four Horses; strong Timber Chain, a Wtn- iau tiowing Fan, Sieves aud Riddles, Drag Rakes, Lime Sharavels, two very large Oak Coffers, Cheese Press, Cheese Vats, jin- several Pair of Bedsteads, and some Bed Clothes, & c. with iars many other Articles too numerous to mention. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Morning. PHOENIX FIRE OFFICE. |> ENEVVAL Receipts for Poli- / jjnUgSBifK\ cies falling due at LADY- DAY, are 1101V the Hands of the several Agents J [ SC^^ IS'ITJJ ° f thfi ComPauy- Stock on a Farm may k'' lnsure< 1 one Sum without the Aver- ( aSe Clause at 2s- I> er Cent, per Annum. Persons Insuring for Three Hundred SBNUiSaaaa Ponntis'( ir uPwards, will not be charged ivTSjiT 2SJ for the Policy. By Order of the Directors, \ H. A. HARDY, , See. of Country Department, f BIRMINGHAM FIRE OFFICEi UNION- STREET, BIRMINGHAM, F For Insuring Houses, Warehouses, Manufactories, I and other Buildings, Farming Stock, Goods, fVares, | Merchandize, Ships in Uarbour and other Property, ] FROM LOSS AND DAMAGES BY FIRE. I ' rilHE Directors of ( his | < Office, impressed with a i i JfcV Jf} ^ fp , ive, y sense Gratitude for { he j / J^^ P^ P^^^ P^^' distinguished Patronage and ] z fsf ygj^ giS.!: fcfejjliillSupport they have experienced } > ( beg to return their most grate- j t III ful Acknowledgements to their c the Public, and re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ spectfnlly solicit a Continuance Farming Stack on any Part of a Farm, or in any Building thereon, insured in one Sum at the reduced Rate of ' 2s. per j Cent, per Annum. Receipts for the Renewal of Insurances due on the 25th of March Instant, are ready for delivery by the respective Agents, cf whom Proposals, containing the Rates and Con- ditions of Insurance, may be had gratis. Losses from Fire by Lightning made good. ;( No charge made for Policies where the Premium amounts j j to 6s. nor to Persons removing from other Offices, j j By Older of the Directors, i R. I. W1THERIDGE, Secretary. Birmingham, March 14, 1810. AGENTS. SHROPSHIRE. Shrewsbury, JOSEPH Etfocr. Whitchurch, . .. Joseph Ler. \ i'e{ hn% tov, ........ i. THOMA£ CRANAGE. Cleobury Mortimer, JOHN EATON. • Market Drayton, WILLI AM GRIFFITH, jun. Wern, .. ARTHUR BBKTE'NSON. Newport, .. i... RICHARD LOWE. Ludfprc, THOMAS GRIFFITHS. 1' enley, near Ellesmere,, THOMAS KACHUS. Oiicesi- ry, JOHN STANTON, Ellesmere, ANDREW CROSS. Hales Ozven, . ...,.„ Jos. GBAINGER. Shiffnal, . JO> IAH HARDING. STAFFORDSHIRE. Stafford, JOSEPH HENSHAW. Penkridge, GEORGE BENNETT. Walsall, ... .. .... THOMAS PEAKCE. Lichfield, T H OM A s R UTT E r . Tamicorth, . ...... WILLIAM WAIN. Newcastle, CHARLES CHES. TER. Wolverhampto/ t, .. THOMAS MA^ CAI,. Bilston, STEPHEN BAFFORD. BUrton- upon- Trent', THOMAS WAITE. Lane End and Cheadle, RICHARD NEWBOI. D. Cannock, .......... CHARLES COTTERILL. Rudgley, WILLIAM IIAWKINS. Burslem, . ... JOHN WARD. WALES. Aberystwith, DAVTD GRIFFITHS. Nerctoicn, Mr. JONHS, Druggist. Welshpool, JAMES ROBERTS. Wmtn Hall\ near R tab on, JOHN KENRIC k. SALLS BY AVCVION. Freehold Estate in Merionethshire. At the Eagles Inn, in the Town of Machynlleth, in the County of Montgomery, on Wednesday, the 2Sth Day of March In- tant, at five in the Afternoon, together, or in the following Lots: ' I. OT I. ALL that Part of DYSSYR ANT FAWR FARM, situate on the North Side of the Road from Machyn- lleth aforesaid to Towyn, with an extensive and valuable Sheepwalk adjoining thereto, in the Occupation of Hugh Jones. LOT II. TWO PIECES of Meadow and Arable LAND, Part of the said Farm, situate on the South Side of the said Road from Machynlleth to Towvn ; together with a Sheep- walk adjoining thereto, called DDUALLT, in the Occupation of the sairl Hugh Jones. Freehold Estate in Montgomeryshire. At the Queen's Head Inn, in the Town of Llanidloes, in the « aid County of Montgomery, on Saturday, the 31st Day of March Instant, at four in the Afternoon : | A MESSUAGE, Farm and Lands, called CWMPF. NLLY- | DAN, with a Sheepwalk adjoining thereto, situate in the 1 Parish of Llattgerrig, in the saitl County of Montgomery. For Particulars apply ( if by Letter, Post- paid) to Mr. HUCH HUOHKS, at Aberystwyth. ( One Concern.) ABSOLUTE REVERSION of ^ 1000, & VALUABLE CONTINGENT INTERESTS in ESTATES, In the Counties of Hereford and Salop. 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, Lou Jon, IN FIVE LOTS: THE ABSOLUTE REVERSION of .£ 1000. certain to be received oil the Death of a Lady in her 57th 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 . t600. Also, the REVERSION of a Freehold House and Land, in the Lower Town iu Bridgnorth, in the County of Salop, of the annual Value of ,£ 80. The REVERSION of several Houses, Land, & c. in the 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 Freehold Estate, Contingent on the Death of a Gentleman aged 65, and a Child aged 0 Years. ' Printed Particulars may be had of Mr. EDDOWES, Printer, [ Shrewsbury; Mr. Wright, Printer, Hereford ; Messrs. Pres- land and Munn, Solicitors, Brunswick Square, London; at Garraway's ; and of Messrs. SKINNER, TUCHIN, and FORREST, ' Aldersgate Street, Loudon. i MONTGOMERYSHIRE AND MERIONETHSHIRE 1 OAK TIMBER AND , l'OLES. At the Unicorn Inn, in the Town of Machynlleth, oi ' Tuesday, the 17th Day of April next, unless previous! 1 disposed of by Private Contract, together, or in Lots ; ALL the OAK TIMBER TREES and POLE! ill LLYNLLOED WOOD, ill the Parish of Machynllett " ALSO, 370 FIR TREES, ou Llynllned aforesaid. 15 ALSO, in one or more Lots, a considerable Number < is OAK TIMBER and Poles, now growing on Cwmcadia Farm, within three Miles Machynlleth. •> Mr. John Davies, of the Skinhers' Arftis Inn, Machyr lleth, will shew the Timber and Poles. — For Particul. apply to Mr. STEenaNS, Solicitor, Newtown, 3lh March, 1810. iUYUI IJ. UIJIIU/ I. GV KASSIUUNVC vy// no. tTTLHE CORPORATION of the JL ROYAF. EXCHANGE ASSURANCE do hereby give Notice, that they have authorized their 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 • ••• T—- hereby informed that Receipts are { MMSSSSIiS now ready to be delivered by the IBfM » ' t'Wt" r. iaa Company's Agents undermentioned, nd the Parties assured are requested to apply for the Re- ewal of tleir Policies on or before the 9th Day of April, 810, as the usual Fifteen Days allowed for Payment beyond he Dale of each Policy will then expire. SAMUEL FENNING, Secretary. SHROPSHIRE. Shrevsbiiry, Mr, J. Eddowes. Wellington, Mr. Stephen Jennins. Osieestry, Mr. Thomas Hughes. HEREFORDSHIRE. Hereford, Mr. John Allen. Leominster, Mr. Samuel Nicholas. Ledbury, Mr. William Holbrooke. BRECKNOCKSHIRE. Brecon, Mr. Charles Wild DENBIGHSHIRE. Bnthin, Mr. Robert Williams. Wrexham, Mr. Joseph Langford. FLINTSHIRE. Holywell, Mr. William Turton. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Swansea, Messrs. J. and W. Robert Grove. Cardiff, Joseph Davis. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Monmouth, Mr. ' Thomas Tudor. Newport, John H. Smithers. MONTGOMERSHIRE. STAFFORDSHIRE. Burton, Mr. Charles Hudson. Lichfield, Mr. William Bond. SratJord, Messrs. Stephenson and Webb. Wolverhampton, Mr. James Brown. llanley, Mr, John Tomlinson. Neiccasllc- urder- Line, Mr. James Halmarack, v WORCESTERSHIRE. hidjerminster, Mr. Samuel Perrin Worcester, Mr. Robert Gillam. CHESHIRE. Chester, Mr. Samuel Baker. Macclesficld, Mr. William Buckley. Nantreich, Mr. William Tomlinson. Nortlmirh, 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. This Company have invariably made good Losses, by Fire, occasioned by Lightning.— Proposals may be had ofthe different Agents. ASSURANCES ON LIVES being found to be advantage- ous to Persotis having Offices, Employments, Estates, or other Incomes, determinable on the Life or Lives of them- selves or others; TABLES of the RATES for such ASSURANCES and for the GRANTING ANNUITIES on LIVES, may be had of the said Agents. And for the greater Convenience of the Public, the Company have determined to extenil ( by Special Agreement J the Assurance on Lives to the Age of 75 Years. March, 1810. ACURATE wanted, the Beginning of NEXT MAY, to serve in a small retired Village in Hereford- shire ; Stipend .£ 60. a Year. Further Particulars may be known by directing to tbe Rev. I. G. at. Mr, BARRATT'S, Bookseller, Bond Street, Bath. TO BE LET, And entered upon immediately t A MOST desirable FARM, consisting of a good ' L~ 3L House, and convenient Outbuildings, in excellent Re- iair, with from two to three Hundred Acres of good Arable, Headow, and Pasture Land. The above Farm consists of me Hundred Acres of excellent Meadow Land, of wliich a ; reat Part is watered, situated at ASTON, in the Parish I if HOPESAY, and County of Salop ; within nine Miles of j he Town of Ludlow, and seven of Bishop's Castle : distance ! rom Lime three Miles. For Particulars apply to Mr LELLO, of Aston aforesaid. iJonc need apply but such as can be well recommended. CAEREINION INCLOSURK. ALL Persons who have any Common or other Right in or upon the Commons and Waste Lands within : he Manor or District of Caereitiion Iscoed, in the Parishes of Llanfair, Llangyniew, and Castle Caereinion, in the County of Montgomery, are desired to attenrl personally ( and not by their Agents or Friends only) at the GOAT INN, in LLAN- FAIR, on FRIDAY, the TWENTY- THIRD Day of MARCH Instant, at ] 0 o'Clock in the Morning, to sign their Assents to, or give their Dissents trom the Bill now before Parliament for dividing, allotting, inclosing, and otherwise improving the said Commons and Waste Lands ; a Copy of which will be then laid before them. As Personal Application must be made to every one who does not attend as above, aud for that Purpose one of the Solicitors must lake a Journey to each Parly's Residence, which will occasion much Delay and considerable additional Expense, it is hoped the Meeting will be fully attended ' CHAS. JONES, I „ ,. • „ EDMD. EDYE, ROLLC, TORS- Dated 9th March, 1810. ^ TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls arising at the Toll Gales at Aston and Minsterley, on the Turnpike Roads leading from Montgomery, thro'Westbury and Minsterley aforesaid, to Shrewsbury, WILL BE LEI" BY AUCTION to the best Bidder, at the Dwelling House of Mr. DANIEL WEAVER, in the Village of Wortben, in the County of Salop, on FRIDAY, the TWENTY- THIRD Day of MARCH Instant, between the Hours of three and five in the Afternoon, for one or two Years, as shall be then agreed upon, commencing at Lady- Dav next, in the Manner direct- ed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, for regulating the Turnpike Roads , which Tolls 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 the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent at such ' Times as they shall direct; and no Person will be allowed to bid unless his Suielies are present and approved by the Trustees. THOMAS WEAVER, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads. Worthen, Id March, 1310. THE PROfRIhlURb ot the b/ U. Ul' tlK£. OFFICE, sensible of the preference given JB them bv their Friends and the Public, in this and ! ( u the adjoining Counties, beg to offer their most : am grateful Acknowledgements in return for ihe same. J They also hope and trust that a strict adherence to j th( their usual Plan of liberal and prompt Payment of , all Loss and Damage on Properly insured by them, will induce a Continuance of that Patronage and Support they have so many years experienced. Printed Receipts for the Annual Premiums pay- able at LADY DAY, are ready for delivery at the Office, and by their respective Agents; of whom the Proposals of this Office may be had. Farming Stock at the reduced Premium of 1 s. per Cent. N. B. Policies insuring „£ 300 and upwards are issued free of Expense. The Proprietors of ihis Office liave always pledg- ed themselves to make good Loss or Damage on ProperU insured by them, which has been set on Fire by Lightning. Corn- mnriet, Shrewsbury, March 20, 1810. PINKERTON's VOYAGES antfTRAVELS IN EUROPE, COMPLETE. This Day is published, in 6 voU. 4to. with Engravings, price ,£ 13. 13s. in Boards, ACOLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRA- VELS IN EUROPE, being the first Portion of a General Collection of Voyages and Travels ; forming a complete History of the Origin and Progress of Discovery, bv Sea and Land, from the earliest Ages to the present Time Preceded by an Historical Introduction, and critical Catalogue of Books of Voyages and Travels, and illustrated and adorned with numerous Engravings. By JOHN PINKERTON, Author of " Modern Geography," See. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, aud Orme, Paternoster Row ; and Cadell and Davies, Strand, London : and sold by Vf. Eddowes, Shrewsbury ; Smith, Iron Bridge ; and Painter, Wrexham. The next Division of this Collection will contain the Accounts of Travellers that relate to Asia, which will also be published separately as soon as it can he completed, without waiting for the regular Course of monthly Delivery. The Remainder of the Wot k, containing the Descriptions of tl Africa and America, will be brought forward ill similar de- tached Portions, for the Accommodation of Persons who may F prefer this Mode of Publication. The Publication in monthly d I'srts will, however, he continued as before. LIST of the Persons, resident in Shrewsbury and its Vicinity, who have subscribed to the BRITISH and FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. £. s. d. £. s d \ W. Flernyng, Esq. 5 5 0 R. More, Esq. Linley 1 1 0 1 Rev. F. Leighton 2 2 0 Lewis Cooke, Esq. Elles- A Mrs. Sarah Darby 2 2 0 mere 1 1 0 Mr. Rd. Darby 2 2 0 Rev. W. Pigott, Edg- Rev. Archdeacon Corbett 2 mond 1 1 0 R. Burton, E q. Longncr 1 1 0 Mr. T. Weston, Whixall 1 1 0 - i Mrt. Button, Longuer 1 1 0 Rev. W. Gilpin, Pulver- s Rev. John Eyton 1 1 0 batch 1 10 Rev. H. Campbell 1 1 Rev. J. Nunn 111)} Rev. Josh. Gilpin, Rock- James Craig, Esq. I 1 0 _ wardine 1 1 0 Mr. T. Stirrop 1 1 0 Mrs. Deb. Darby 1 1 0 Ann Clarke 0 10 6 Rev. Juhtt Mayor 1 1 0 Joseph Enock 0 10 6 J. Lee, Esq. Wem 1 1 0 Lucy Robinson 0 10 6 Rev. T. Weaver 1 1 R. Enock 0 10 6 Mr. Rd. William! 1 1 0 Mr. Joseph Cooke, of Mr. Rd. Williams, jun. I 1 0 Aston 0 10 6 ( Mr. John Edgerley 1 1 0 Mr. J. Pryce, Dorrington l 1 0 Mr. Wilkinson 1 1 0 DONATIONS. I Rev. John Wilde 1 1 0 Mr. Joseph Parry 21 0 0 ( Rev. Edward Bather 1 1 0 W. Flemyng, Esq. 20 0 0 1 Robert Pemberton, Esq. 1 1 0 Jos. Corrie, Esq. 20 0 0 1 William Cludde, E: q. Mrs. S. Darby 10 10 0 , Orleton 1 John Lee, Esq. Wem 5 5 0 . Mr. Richard France 1 I 0 James Craig, Esq. 5 5 0 Mr. Jos. Duvies 1 1 0 X. Y. Z. by ihe Rev. Mr. J. Bickerton. Roden I I 0 J. Nunn 5 5 0 Mr. Edwards, Harlescot 1 1 0 A Lady, by ditto 2 0 0 Mr. Williams, Harlescot 1 1 0 Friend, by'ditto 2 2 0 Mrs. Marg. Lloyd 1 1 0 A. D. - 2 2 0 Miss Puttrell and Miss Mr. Edward Gittins 0 10 6 Nunn 1 1 0 Mr. John Gittins 1 1 0 Mr. William Hughes I I 0 J. Beck, Esq. 110' Mrs. Smitheman 1 I 0 Mr. W. Eddowes 1 1 0 I T. P. Stackhouse, Esq. 1 1 0 Mr. T. Wood, printer 110 Rev. T. Oswell, West- A Friend, bv Mrs. Olney 1 i 0 bury I ' 0 Mr. W. Newling " l 10 j Mrs. Mason, Belmont 1 1 0 Mr. Clement 110 Mrs. Pemberton 1 I 0 Mr. H. Parry 110 Miss Pritchards, Bel- Rev. R. Foy, Edgmond 0 10 6 | mont 1 1 0 A Friend " 0 10 6 Mr H. Deakin, Hoi- Mr. W. Morris 110 brook 1 1 0 Collection at Wellington Rev. E. Williams 1 1 0 Church on Fast Day 13 15 7 Mrs. T. Harries, Cruckton 1 0 D" o al Shawbury Miss Pemberton, Strews- Church 4 2 7| bury 1 1 0 A few Friends, by Rev. Mrs. Olney, ditto 1 1 0 T. Weaver ' 2 12 6 Mrs. Steventon, ditto 1 1 0 Mr. Rd. Whitwell, Old Mr. E. Tipton, jun. 1 1 0 Factory 1 1 0 Mrs, Edwardes, Quarry- Messrs. Richards and Place ' lie Morris 220 MEW PLAN, WITH ADDITIONAL AND SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES. STATE LOTTERY, To be DRAWN the 8th of JUNE, 1810. THE CONTRACTOR begs leave to call the attention of the Public to the undermentioned Scheme, containing, besides its Novelty, several grand Features and superkrr Benefits, which, it is conceited, will fully merit their approbation, and afford a Chance to Adventurers never given in any other Lotteiy. SCHEME. * f\ t\ r\ / on AAA LONDON. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. A Mail from Gibraltar is arrived, with letters and pat crs to the 27ih nit. These confirm the important fact of the occupation of Ceufa by a British force. at tin A small island month of the Bay of Alj- esiras, had likewise been taken' possession of, and been put in a state to overawe the enemy. Sir F. BosuErTmade his promised motion in the House of Con n on-, on Monday, for the lelease of Mr. John Gale Jones, committed to Newgate for a libel against the privileges of that House; which was negatived bv 153 to 14. Mr. Yeike in consequence of the immense inajoiity ( 10 to 1) against him on the nomination day, declined standing the contest for Cambridgeshire ; and !. ord F. Osborne has been returned without opposition, no either candidate coming for- ward on the Ministerial influence.—- Mr. Yovke, it is reported, is to be ron « oled for his disappointment by a Veerage. When he appeared at Cambridge, on ' lie day of nomination, tbe whole attnospheie resounded with cries of " Off— Clear the Gallery," and his address could not be heard. Several commercial houses have " stopped payment in the city, and in consequenceotherhoustS at Poole, Liverpool, See. have been placed under Fimilar embarrassments. The cause is understood to be excessive speculation in the Baltic trade, rendered unproductive and ruinous by the Unexpected sup- plies which reached this country toward the elose of the last year; and Ihe consequent fall in the price of tallpw, hemp, timber, and naval stores of every description. It ppeared fiom the books of Mr. jElhill, the lead- mer- chant, on his recent bankruptcy that between March 1808, and June 1809, bills of exchange to the amount of seven millions sterling passed through his house. The deficiency is about .£" 275,000. A great number of holders of Russia hemp waited on the Navy Board on Wednesday, to tender a quantity of this com- modity for tbe use of Government; and althnugh the propo- sals were as low as .£ 72. 10s. none of them were accepted,— l ate speculations in this article have convinced the mer- chants, that hemp is a tnKti. ti commodity to deal in, in the wholesale as well as the retail way. The speculators in Russian tallow have been so severely eweatid within the last month, that several of them are likely to fi id it their last melting dozen. We are told that some of these worthy Gentlemen comforted themselves with the cha- ritable idea of raisin? common candles to half a crown per lb, FRIDAY, MARCH 16. CAPTURE OF GUADELOUPE. A Military and naval Officer arrived yesterday with dispatches, the former from General Beckwith and the latterfrom the hon. Admiral Cochrane, announcing the important event of the capture of the island of Gua daloupe. A Gazette extraordinary was published this day, from which we have extracted the following brief account: the naval and military forces having rendezvoused about j the24th of January at the appointed places, proceeded to Guadeloupe in two divisions. The first under the command of the Commander in Chief ( Lieut.- General Sir G. Eeck- witli) lauded on the morning of the 2Sth, at the village of St. Mary, aud soon after advanced towards TroisRivieres; tlie second division landed to the northward of Basseterre, under the command of General Harcouit.. The Governor General, Kruouf, being apprised of the intention, had concentrated the w hole of his force at Basseterre. Immediately on the landing of the troops, some skirmishing took place, and on the Sd of February a general engagement was fought, in which the French behaved with great steadi tiess, but unable with all their efforts to resist the in vincible gallantry of British forces, they were completely ^ defeated with the loss of 500 men. In the evening, the reserve, under General Wale, having turned and beaten the enemy's left in the mountains, Emouf's posilion ticramc so critical, that on the morning of tbe 4th be hoisted flags of truce at all his posts; and on- the 5th, General Harcourt and Commodore Ballard met C6lone Faugasand D'Alvimar, and agreed upon terms of capi- tulation, which were ratified early ou the morning of the 6lh. There was no opportunity for the display of the naval force afloat, but bodies of seamen and marines ' nt landed and attached to the different divisions of the army, where they exhibited those gallant and ener- getic exertions which have always distinguished them. The conduct of the troops was highly meritorious; aud every part of the service, both m its plan and execution, appears to have been conceived and performed with a judgment and zeal highly creditable to the gallanl officers and troops so successfully employed in wresting from the etiomy the last of his colonies. The island of St. Martin was included in the capitulation. Officers killed and wauuded.— Killed—' Lieuts. Symonds, Copley, Martineau, and Gregg, of the Royal York Rangeis. Wounded.— General Wale, Major Henderson, Capts. Stirch, Darling, Blosset, and Were, of the Royal York Rangers. Captain Grey, if the 8th West India regiment. Captain Greerson, of the 13th foot. Captain Cassidy, Ist West India rigiment, Captain Ross, Lieutenant Gloster, aud Quarter Master Minn, of the 3d ditto, Captain Reid, of the 4th ditto, Lieutenants Iienmer and Bidgood, of tbe 4th battalion, 60lh foot, Lieutenant Campbell, of the 96th foot.— Ensign Sadlier, of ihe 3d West India regiment, died of fatigue. By this capture, the enemy is deprived of the last of his possessions in the West Indies ; ar. d what renders it of no less consequence is, that it sets at rest ihe hitherto disputed point • between this country and America, in regard to the right of tiadilig to an enemy's colouies, as by tiie capture ot Guada- loupe the enemy have no longer any colonies in that quarter of the globe for the Americans to trade with; and in this tnanucr it is that Bonaparte has realized bis puerile threat of Compelling Biitain to submit to a new maritime code favcui- able to his own objects, and of obtaining ships, colouies, and commerce, to the injury of British interest, aud the destruc- tion of British power. The Park and Towei guns were filed, to signalize the event. When the Hazard slo, p of war left Guadaloupe, the French • frigate Nercide, of tbe largest class, which escaped seme time ago from St. Maloes, hove iu sight olf Baste tei re, whence two of onr iiigates and two sloops instantly slipped cables, aud - wentin pursuit of her, and there was little doubt of her bting taken. SATURDAY, MARCH 17. Yesterday afternoon and tbis morning many people were duped by a report, most industriously circulated, that a Flag of Truce had brought over M. Duroc, Marshal of France, believed to be the bearer of outituies of Peace. This reoori had the eflect to raise the Funds from 1 lo per cent. But we cannot learn that any peison of rank has arrived from France. We incline strongly to believe, that the dispatches w hich have been received relate solely to a general exchange of prisoners; audit the ptoposals are acceded to by our Go- vernment, we sliall not for any gieat length of time have a single French prisoner in England. Tbe exchange, as pru- • posfcd by the enemy, is to be man for man, so long as France can iu ihat way meet the numbers of her prisoners on this "" side . This being accomplished, it is proposed to pay at the rate of one guinea sterling per head for every remaining French pi isontr, five guineas lor officers of the lowest class, Sen for ihe ui xt, arid so on in a higher proportion for every oilier officer, until the whole shall have obtained their return. The Algol Iruce uhich is iovv a it i ted brings u proposition to tbis eflect,, addicsse'd ( as is usual] to the Transport Board. All the late accouuls from Russia indicate the approach of one of tbo » e revolutions which are not uufrcqueut iu that empire. The Horatio frigate, Capt. Scott, has captured, after a run- ning engagementoi an boui and ten milium, ofl'ihe Western Islands, and brought into Portsmouth, La Necttsile, French frigate, pierced for 38, but inouiiiitig ouly 28 gum. She hud a valuable caigo on boaid, consisting principally of naval stores and piovisions, supposed to be destined lor ihe Isle of prance. Reports of dissentiong in the Cabinet aie again revived. The reported uisagreeoieut is said to be the appointment of a successor to Loid Mulgravc, who letiit. from the Admiralty. Dutch papers to the 14th instant are leceived. Marshal Augeieau has sent to the Minister of Wai au account ol a battle fought iu the plains of . Veeh, between the division uf General Suuham and tbe Spauisb aimy of Catalonia, com- manded uy General O'Donnell, in which the flitter is stated to have beeu defeated, and forced to retreat tu Tarragona. The Spaniards were the assailants It is admitted that ine attack was made witn gieat fury, and that Geucral Souhaui was budly, but not mortally wounded. We are not without hope, lhat tiie iesu) l was less favourable to the Fieucli than it is represented, Tbe Vicuna news, in the Dutch papers, relates to the pieparatiuiis foi 111* marriage of the Aicl, duchess Maria Louisa. Amidst the variety of pomp and parade, we find one preliminary step ol a political naiure. The Aicbduchess is to renounce, on tlie part of herself aud her issue, all right of succeisiuB lo any pa it of tbe Austrian dominions. LCJYDOJ\\ Monday Night, March 19, 1810. The John Adams, American frigate is appointed to sail on Wednesday next, from Cowes, for the United Slates.— Al- though nothing official is known on the subject, it is fully believed n. ro: gst the American merchants, that she will carry out a complete adjustment of affairs betw een Great. Britain and the United States, for the ratification of the American Government. The frigate will call in her passage out at Havre ; and if credit, is loba given to a very general report on the American walks, she is to be met there by Mr. Aim- strong, who returns home in her. From Holland to- day we have received letters, which are unanimous in stating that tbe merchants, out of regard for the estimable qualities their King possesses, have come to the resolution of paying the sum demanded by bis brother Na- poleon for permission to return to the sovereignty of that kingdom. A gentleman' arrived to- day from Gibraltar, which place he left on Ihe 1st March. He savS, at the period of bis de parture, there was no positive intelligence of the British being in possession of Centa. Tbe French Government lias offered to permit colonial produce to be imported into France and her dependencies by neutrals, if our Government will permit the importation into British poits of wines, brandies, and fruits. ( We know not whether the latter t « itn includes corn.)— There is reason to believe that this was lone of the topics under discussion in a Cabinet Council which sat on Friday. It is said that such progress has been made iti. this'business, that licences will be issued in a few days on the basis of these arrangements. Admiral Sir Charles Cotton is going out immediately to the Mediterranean, as Commander in Chief on that station, in the room of Loid Collingwood, whose ill state of health alone comptls him to return tn England. John Day, Esq. will go out with Sir Charles Cotton as his Secretary; and will br succeeded in bis situation of Secretary to the Port- Admiral at Plymouth, by T. Cole, Esq. of Plymouth. Three per cent. Consols 68J. SHREWSBURY, Wednesday, March 21, 1810. BIRTH. On the 12th inst. at Layton, Essex, the lady of William Oswell, Esq. of a daughter. MARRIED. Yesterday, at St. Chad's, by the Rev. T. Stedman, Thomas Sutton, Esq. to F. mma, daughter of Edward Bage, Esq. of Belmont. Lately, Edward Vernon, of Dee Bank, Chester, toTheodosia Frances, daughter of the Rev. J. Morris, of Flower, North- amptonshire. Tuesday se'iinight, Mr. John Nokes, of Land Poppleton, to Miss Hannah Wright, of the same place.— The party which dined on the occasion, consisted of ten persons only, w hose joint ages ( including tbe bride and bridegroom, aged 27 each,) amounted to 519. Lately, at New Radnor, John Jenkins to Jane Davies. This is the third time that the bride has pone through the ceremony, although but 24 years of age. Two years ago she buried her first husband ; six months back she married her second ; and disliked the solitary state of widowhood so much, that 011 a fort- night's acquaintance she married her thud. DIED. Yesterday, at Pitchforil, after a long illness, Mr. Snaxton, of the firm of Snaxton and Pritchard, grocers, of Ibis town. On the 8th instant, Mr. Inions, sen. of Westley, near Westbury, in this county. Lately, on his passage from Bengal, Captain John Scott, of tbe hon. East India Company's Service, eldest sou of John Scott, Esq. of Eyton, in this county. A few days ago, Mr. Charles llolman, surgeon, of Milverton, His death was occasioned bv a circumstance, as remarkable as the result has proved afflicting. He was taking some re- freshment at the house of one of his patients, when a grey- hound entered the room, to which the deceased offered a bit of bread: in taking it, the animal snapped at what was offered him so eagerly, that his teeth violently pressed thedeceased's fingers, but did not penetrate them. Inflammation shortly after ensued, lo which a mortification succeeded, and ter- minated in his death. A few days since, at Dorking, in Surrey, at the advanced age of 98, Mr. James Constable, who never experienced any illness till within two or three days of his death, to which period he retained most of his faculties. On the Copeland island, near Donaghadee, on the 14th of January, Mary Stratton,' aged 105. She applied herself to her wheel, and spun until a few days before she died, and retained the use of her faculties until her death, A few days ago, the lion. H. Cavendish ; he is reported to have died worth 1,200,0001.- 700,0001. of which are be queathed to Lord G. Cavendish ; 200,0001. to the Earl of Besborough ; and the remainder iu legacies to the other branches of the Devonshire family. He was the largest holder of Bank Stock in England.— His remains have been interred at Derby. A few days since, in Dartford Work- house, James Gibson, aged 106. He had been ten years in the house, and till within these two months used daily to perambulate the tow- n. His facolties wete entire to the last. lie was so much attached to sinoaking, that he requested his pipe, together with his walking- stick, might be placed in his coffin ; which request was complied with. Several robberies having been lately effected in . Liverpool, and the watchmen having been deemed deficient in vigilance, in order to prove that the mischief is by 110 means wholly im- putable to them, a statement has been published by the Com missioners, from which it appears, that no fewer than eighty- four warehouses, shops, & c. have, in Ihe course of the last four months, been fnmdopen by tbe watchmen, not heinc locked, or secured by those having the care of them.— This cir- cumstance certainly furnishes a veiy useful hint for general attention. It is impossible for Britons, natives of the favoured land of liberty, to contemplate, without the highest degree of sym- pathy, a gallant people struggling to preserve their inde- pendence. It cannot, therefore, appear surprising, that Ihe lives and portraits of HOFFER, the celebrated chief of the Tyrolese, and the two deputies from those gallant mountain- eers, inserted in the Repository of Arts, Sfr. should have ex- cited such extraordinary . interest. It. ACKERMANN has now the additional satisfaction of presenting to the admirers of pa- trottic virtue, file strains which have so often led on those hemes to battle anil victory, in the TYROLESE MARCH, just published by him; and which, for melody, biilliance, majes ty, and science, is not surpassed by any piece of martial music extant,— See Advertisement in \ lh page. MARKET HERALD. Average price ot Grain in our Market on Satur- day last Wheat 17s. 4| d. Barley 8s. 6d.— Peas 9s. Od. per bushel of 38 quarts. Oats 7s. 9( 1. per customary measure of 57 quarts. Corn Exchange, March 16. Wheat in middling supply, and less in price, excepting fine samples.— Barley, Malt, and Beans, support last piioes. — Peas rather on the advance.— Oats without any material alteration. Current Price of Grain per Quarter as under:— Wheat 82s. to 105s. I White Peas 00s. to 00s. Barley 35s. to 49s. I Oats 22s. to 30s. Beans 00s. to 00s. | Malt 72s. to 80s. Fine Flour, 85s. to 9.0s,— Seconds & 0s. to 85s. per sack. MARCH 19.— In consequence of many Foreign arrivals, Wheat and Oats are at a small decline of piice. Flour, Barley, Malt, Pease, and Beans, without variation. LION BOOMS. T1HE ASSIZE BALL will be at these ROOMS on MONDAY next, the 26th Instant. FINE THREAD LACE. T. HORTON BEGS Leave to inform the Ladies of Shrewsbury and its Vicinity, that he has just received from the different Lace Manufacturers a large and fashionable Assort- ment of vandyke and srollop'd Laces, Edgings, Footings, Nets, Readings, & c. fine Thread Lace Veils, from three to five Guineas, Silk and Cntton Lace Ditto from three to ten Shillings, British Warp Lace from one to three Shillings per Yard; Cotton Lace, warranted 2 threads, from Sixpence per Yard, upwards ; Lace Nets, worked and plain, for Dresses, Mantles, Cloaks, Turbans, Caps, Habit Shirts, 8cc. with a seneral Assortment of plain and figured Muslins, Leuo and Net Trimmings, rich worked Caps, ! cc. N. B. A large Stock of Silk and Cotton Hosiery, which will be sold remarkably cheap. Hinh Street, Shrewsbury, March 20, 1810. SODA WATER. ROBERT BLUNT, CJIYWKT, U YLE- COP, SHREIRSINMR, CONTINUES lo prepare the GENUINE SODA WATER in great Perfection.— He begs Leave to assure the Public, that it is made on the true Principle of Super Saturation of Soda with Carbonic Acid, and consequently free from tfae unpleasant Taste, and very different in its Effects, from that which is made by the mere Mixture of an Acid and an Alkali. The Efficacy of the Acidulous Soda Water, prepared on the above Piinciple, in removing Complaints of the Kidneys, Ureters, and Bladder, and also as an Antibilioiis Medicine, has been long nnd deservedly established ; and It. B has no hesitation in asserting that the Article which be prepares will be found equally pleasant and efficacious with what is manu- factured in London or elsewhere. A liberal Allowance to those who sell it aeain, and one shilling per dozen allowed for Bottles when returned sound aid clean. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. Shrewsbury, 13th March, IS10. TyOTICE is hereby given, That the Assizes for the ** County of Salop Kill be held at Shrewsbury, in and for the said County, on Saturday, the 24th Day of March, 1810 : and the Jurors are desired to attend on Monday Morning, the 26lh, at eight o'Clock. WILLIAM LLOYD, Esq. Sheriff. D. N1ELD ~ MOST respectfully acquaints tlie Ladies and Gentlemen of SHREWSBURY and its Vicinity, that he purposes to deliver a COURSF. of LECTURES 011 various Branches of NATURAL aud EXPERIMENTAL PHILO- SOPHY.— Tbe Course will commence in a short Time, of which previous Notice will be given by Advertisement, signi- fying the Place, SEE, icc. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLFED. THE Partnership subsisting between Messrs JOHN WILLIAMS and JOHN HUTCHINSON, IRON- FOUNDERS, of SHREWSBURY, was THIS DAY Dissolved by mntual Consent; and all Persons they stood indebted unto, are desired forthwith to send their Accounts to the said JOHN WILLIAMS, who will discharse the same ; and all Persons who stand indebted to the Copartnership are desired to pay their respective Accounts to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS, who is authorized to receive tbe same, and 110 other Person.— Shrewsbury, February 21, 1810. NEW IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY, ROVSFHU. I., SHREWVUJRY. JOHN WILLIAMS & Co. RESPECTFULLY inform the Manufacturers and the Public, that they intend carrying 011 ( he above Busi- ness in all its Branches, whether Repairs or New Erections ; also Cast- iron Pipes, either Circular or Straight, fiom half- inch to any larger Size ; the small Pipes ( an important In- vention by J. Williams) will be found, for the Conveyance of Water, an excellent Substitute for Lead Pipes, and complete- ly Water Proof. Orders duly attended to, and executed on reasonable Terms. N. B. OVENS, STOVES, GRATES, & c. & c. & c. READY FURNISHED HOUSE. TO be LET, and entered upon at l. ady- Day next, a small, neat, comfortable DWELLING HOUSE, situate in the Noble Street, Wcm.— For further Particulars enquire of Mr. J. B. GRIFFITHS, Mercer, Wem. RICHARD COPE, Jan. and Co. WINE and BRANDY MERCHANTS, MAtlDOL, MOST re- specifitily inform the Inhabitai ts of SHREWSBURY, and the Public, that they have im- ported some very choice OLD WINKS and SPIRITS; and have selected with peculiar Care their BRITISH SPIRI TS and RICH CORDIALS; they therefore beg Leave to solicit a Share of public Favour, on tbe Principle of supplying their Friends with each Article genuine and of superior Quality, Wholesale and Retail,; which, oil Trial, they have 110 doubt will be approyed. In order to eive entire Satisfaction in the Wines they send out for immediate Use, until those of their own bottling are in Condition, they have removed a Considerable Quantity of Old Port, and other Wines, that have lniu near two Years in Bottle. Prime old Red Port, Madeira, —-- Mountain, Lisbon, Sherry, Teueriffe, Tent, Claret, Jcc. Genuine old Jamaica Rum, Real Cognac Brandy, Shrewsbury, March 10, 1810. Real Holland Geneva, Rich Orange Rum Shrub, Best English Gin, Rectified Spirit of Wine, Kich Cordial ivppenn nt, "'—— Anniseed, rraway, —' Cinnamon, — Citron, — Usquebaugh, See. LOST, on Saturday Afternoon last, the 17ill of March Instant; " between the Hours of four and five, a SILVER WATCH, Maker's Name ISAAC WOOD, Salop, No. 1030: it was left in the Privy at the Unicorn Inn, Shrewsbury. Whoever has found the said Watch, and will return it to Mr. EVANS, Watchmaker, Shrewsbury, shall receive HALF- A- QU1NF. A Reward.— March, 19, 1810. WANTED, a middle- aged WOMAN, as COOK and HOUSEKEEPER.— None need apply whose Character will not bear the strictest Enquiry. Apply to the PRINTER OF THIS PAPER. WANTED HOUSE immediately, two Journeymen PAINTERS. — Good Hands will meet with liberal Wages, and sober, steady, and industrious Men with constant Employ and every Encouragement, bv apply, ing fo JOHN PIERCE, Painter, Mardol, Shrewsbury. *** An Apprentice wanted, apply as above. WANTED, a Young Man as an APPREN- TICE to a GROCER, TEA- DEALER, and DRUGGIST, with whom a Premium will be expected.— For Particulars apply to . RICH* RD POWELL, Welsh Pool. This Advertisement will not be continued. ANTED, as BUTLER and VALET, in a small Family ( where a Boy is kept), asteady Person, not under 25 Years of Age, who perfectly understands his Business, and can bring a good Character from his last Place. Wages 30 Guineas.— Enquire of the PRINTER f THIS PAPER. TO CURRIERS. WANTED a Person in the above Business, capable of DRESSING SKINS for the LONDON MARKET, and who can bring proper Testimonials of his Steadiness and Sobriety of Conduct. Apply to Mr. DAVID EVANS, Currier, Llanfyllin, Mont- gomeryshire. Visiting Clergyman this week at the Infirmary, the Rev. Mr. Nunr.:— House- Visitors, Mr. R. Bratton and Mr. W. Taylor. Persons who wish to avail themselves of an opportunity of observing Mr. Lancaster's mode of teaching, niav now em- brace it, a pupil of his being engaged to oiganize the Sunday School belonging to the Baptist Congregation in this town upon that system ; aud to which, we understand, any persons are admitted in school hours. Two persons were convicted before the Magistrates, on Saturday last, of fishing with unlawful nets in the Severn, near this town. Joseph Walker was last week committed to our gaol, charged with stealing a horse from the neighbourhood of Wellington, The Assizes for this county commence on Saturday next.— There are at present in the Calendar 26 prisoners for trial. At Worcester Assizes four prisoners leceived sentence of death, but were reprieved.— At these Assizes, a cause was tried of considerable importance to those engaged in agri- cultural pursuits.— A. I. echmere, Esq was plaintiff, and Disson, defendant. The plaintiff, it is well known, has carried thesystem of feeding and improving cattle, iu many instances, lo a point of perfection townich few others in the kingdom have attained. A quantity of oil- cake was purchased by the plaintiff of tbe defendant some lime since, but not finding his cattle to thrive as lie had reason to expect, many sns- 1 picious circumstances induced him to attribute the cause to the quality of the oil- cake. Accordingly samples weie sub- mitted to one of the first manufacturers of that composition, Mr. Lame, who proved that due attention had not been paid to Ihe cleaning of the seed by skreening and sifting it j and by au ingenious analysis of the article, by Mr. E. Blew, druggist, of Worcester, not only the quality, but the quan- tity, of the extraneous matter was ascertained, aud exhibited in various fotms in Court, to the complete satisfaction of the Judge and Juiy.— Verdict for the plaintiff, .£' 50 damages. The busiuess of the criminal cuuit at Glocester did not finish till Saturday evening. There were 38 prisoners for trial, five of whom were caoitally convicted, and received sentence of death, but were afterwards reprieved. The comniissiun was opened at Monmouth 011 Saturday evening, where there were only foui prisoners for trial: and yesterday at Hereford ; the calendar contained 18 names. Wednesday last the Right Hon. Lord Giennlle was chosen High Steward of Bristol, in the room of the late Duke of Portland. The bill for the erection of a bridge over Ihe Menai, at Bangor, we undeistand, is at present laid nside, in consequence of tbe remonstrances of the inhabitants of Carnarvon. Au aciicri was lately brought in the Court of King's Bench, by Lord Uxbridge aud outers proprietors of extensive copper concerns, against an inspector ol the duties on income aud property in London, lor a wilful and vexatious surchatge. It appeared however, lhat one of the additional Commis- sioners ( Mr. James Dixon) who is since dead, bad advised the defendant to make tbe suicharge ; this, iu the opinion of the court, removed from him the imputation of having made the surcharge vexatiously; and the plaintiffs were nonsuited. It was, notwithstanding, distinctly undeistood that a surcharge v made without any ground besides an inspector's own presump- tion is unwarrantable, aud would be deemed vexatious. It appears, from tbe statement of an architect, on the late fall of the spite of the chuich iu Liverpool, that it must have btjea inclining fur some years the way it fell; and that if the tall of the single stone upon one bt' the bells, a few weeks before the melancholy event, had been properly attended to, when discovered by the ringer, it is probable the dreadful cou- sc< tuenccs m:; jht have been prevented. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. GEORGE ROWE. oftl. eTown ofOSWESTRY, HATTER, having assigned all his Personal Estate and Effects to JOSEPH TURNER, of Shrewsbury, Hatter, and Edward Edwauls, of Oswestry aforesaid, Iiiuho'der, for the Benefit of all his just Creditors;— All Persons to whom he stands indebted, are desired to send an Account of their Demands to the said Joseph Turner without Delay :— And all I Persons who stand indebted to the said George Howe, are desired to pay their Debts to the said Joseph Turner or immediately.— Shrewsbury, 3\ larch6, 1810. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET. NOTICE is hereby given, that ihe Tolls arising at the Toll Gate on the Turnpike Road leading from Wall- under- Havwood to Rlackwood Lime Kilns, called or , known hy the Name of Rnshbury Gate, will be LET by j AUCTION to the best Bidder, at the Dwelling House of Mr. BSOOME. iu Church Stretton, 011 TUESDAY, the 17th Day ' of APRIL, 1310, between the Hours of twelve and three o'Clock in the Afternoon, in the Manner directed by tbe Act passed in the thirteenth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George the Third " for regulating the Turnpike Roads." Whoever happens to he the best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turn- pike Road, for Payment of the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. FRANCIS ALLEN, Cletk to the Trustees of tbe said Turnpike Roads. TURNPIKE TOI LS. NOTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the Toll Gates upon the Turnpike Roads at Alberhurv and Llangedwyn, called or known by the Names of Albeibury Gates and Llangedwyn Gate, will be LET by AUC TION, to the best Bidder, at the F. AOLB INN, in the Town of Llanfyllin, in the County of Montgomery, upon TUESDAY, the THIRD Day of APRIL next, between the Hours of three and six of the Clock in the Afternoon of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his Majesty King George the Third, " for regulating the Turnpike Roads;" which Tolls pto- duced the last Year the following Sums, viz. Alberhury Gate o£ 61. and Llangedwvn Gate ,£ 3. above the Expenses of collecting them, and will be put up respectively at those Sums.— Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at tbe same Time give Security with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of Ihe said Turnpike Roads, for the Payment ol the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as thev shall direct. JOHN THOMAS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads. 6th March, 1810. Fdwaril Edwards TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS, rflHE Creditors of Mrs. EVANS, late of the JL UNICORN INN, ill the Town of POOL, in the County of Montgomery, deceased, are desired to send an Account of their Demands tn her Executors, Mr. JOHN CROFT, of But- tington Cross, or Mr. WILLIAM COOKE, of Pool, 011 or before the 4th Day of Apiil next; at which Time a DIVIDEND will be made of her Effects— And all Persons indebted to the Estate and Effects of the deceased, are requested to pay the same to the said Executors before that Time. Pool, 19th March, 1810. A1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS. LL Persons to whom THOMAS GOUGH, late of FORD, iu the County of Salcp, Gentleman, deceased, stood indebted, are desiied immediately to send in thte Account of their respective Demands to Mr. ASTERLEY, Solicitor, Shrewsbury And those Persons who are indebted to Mr. Gough's Effects, are requested forthwith to pay such Debts to Mr. ASTERLEY 20th Ma ch, 1810. ALL Persons who have any Claim or Demand whatsoever on the Estate aud Effects of WILLIAM MENLOVE, formerly of Uffington, in the County of Salop, Farmer, deceased, or' of ELISABETH MENLOVE, late of the same Place, his Widow and Executrix, also deceased, are requested forthwith to send an Account of their respective Demands to Mr. ANDREW DAWES, of Brompton, or Mr. WILLIAM TAYLOR, of Roden. bolh near Shrewsbury, the Executors of the said Elisabeth Menlove, or to Mr. GRIF- FITHS, Great James Street, Bedfoid How, Loudon. GLYNDWRDVVY, RUG, AND GWYDDELWE11N 1NCLOSURE. " VTOTICE is hereby given, That a MEETING of the Parties interested will be held at the NEW INN, iu Corvven, on TUESDAY, the THIRD Day of APItl L next, at 11 o'Clock iu the Forenoon, for the Purpose of reading over and considering Ihe Draft of the Bill now before Parlia- ment, for dividing and allotting the Commons or Waste Lands in the above mentioned Manors; and the Attendance personally of all Parties interested is particularly requested, for the Purpose of having the Subject tally and satisfactorily investigated, and of saving Expense. LEWIS JONES, I EDWARD JONES, $ 20th March, 1810. TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, That Ihe Tolls arising al Aylesford Toll Gate, 011 the . Road from ( lunlev to Marton, in the County of Salop, will be LET by AUCTION to the best Bidder, at the House pfWtn IAM READ, known by the Sign of the DRAGON, in Montgomery, 011 TH- URS- DAY, the FIFTH Day of APRIL next, at eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his Majesty K; ng George the Third, for regulating the Turnpike Roads ; which Tolls are now Let for the Yearly SUM of .£ 52.— Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must give Security, with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent agreed for, at such Times as they shall direct; and no Person will be allowed to bid who does not produce his Sureties at the Time of the Auction. FRANCIS ALLEN, Montgomery, 8th March, 1810. Clerk 10 the Trustees. TOLLS TO BE LET. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls arising and to he collected at the several Toll Gates erected upon the T'ornpike Roads leading from Pool, in the County of Montgomery, to Oswestry, in the County of Salop, called the Buttington Cross Gate, the New Bridge Gate, and the Llanvmyuech Gate ; and at the several Toll Gates erected upon the Turnpike Road leading from Pool aforesaid 10 Shrewsbury, in the said County of Salop, called the Buttiugton Cross Gate, the Leighton Gate, and the Rose and Crown Gate ; and at tbe Toll Gate erected upon the Turnpike Road leading from Treguniion by Trefnaut, both in the said County of Montgomery, to the West End of the New Road adjoining Powis Castle Park, called the Trefnaut Gate; WILL BE LET BY AUCTION to the best Bidder, in the Town Hall, in the Town of Pool afore- aid, on WEDNESDAY, the FOURTH Day of APRIL next, precisely at the Hour of eleven in the Forenoon, pursuant to the Directions of tbe several Acts of Parliament made and passed relating to the said several Turnpike Roads, and in the manner diiected by an Act of Parliament made and passed iu the 13th Year of Ihe Reign of his present Majesty, " for regulating the Turn- pike Roads:" which said Tolls produced the last Year the several Sums alter mentioned, above the Expenses ot collect- ing the same: Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Hoads, for Payment of the Rents agreed for, and at such Times and in such Proportions as tbe said Trustees shall appoint. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, That the said Trustees will, at the Time and Place aforesaid, proceed to ELECT NEW TRUSTEES in the Room of such as are deceased ur who have resigned; and that at tbe Hour of three in the Afternoon the said Meeting will be adjourned. I). J. N1CHOLLS, Clerk to the said Trustees. New Bridge Gate and Llanymynecli Gate .£ 240 Buttington Cross Gates and Leigtitou Gate 400 Rose and Crown Gate 15 Trefnaut Gate 10 CORN MILL. TO BE LF. T TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, At Guildhall, in the Town of Ludlow, on Tuesday, the 19th Day of April next, at 11 o'Clock in the Morning; i WATER CORN GRIST MILL, called the A- CASTLE LOWER MILL, situate on tbe River Team, near the said Tow n, and now occupied by Mr. Thomas Harding. ' The above Mill is at all Times abundantly supplied with Water, belongs to the Corporation of Ludlow, and will be Set for a Term of 21 Years from Michaelmas next, at half Rack Rent, nnd half Fine ( winch will he eight Years' Purchase on half the reserved Rent), and under such other Conditions as shnll be expressed at the Time of letting. F t further Par- ticulars apply to Mr. BAXTER, Ludlow.— I CM March. 1810. WELSHPOOL. SOUSE AM) SHOP TO LET. TO BE LET, And entered upon at Lady Day next; ALARGE, roomy, and convenient DWELLING HOUSE, with a : i- 6tall STABLE adjoining, situate in the Cemre of the Town of Welshpool, tile lower Part of which is intended to be converted into a capital SHOP; it will be spacious, and well calculated tor Busiuess of great Extent. For Particulars apply to Mr. I LLIN6WOP. TH, Pool. HOGARTH'S WORKS. A new Edition, in 2 Volumes, Quarto, Demy, price £ 10. 10s. boards, or on Royal Paper, wiih Proof Impressions, price ,£ 21. hoards, npHE GENUINE WORKS OF WILLIAM 1 HOGARTH, illustrated with Biographical Anecdotes, a Chronological Catalogue and Commentary ; by JOHN NICHOLS, F. S. A Edin. and Perth; and the late QEORGB STEF. VENS, Esq. F. R. S. and F. S. A. Printed for Longman, Huist, Ree. s, aud Orme, Paternoster Row, London; and sold by W. Rddowes, Shrewsbury ; Smith, Iron Bridge; and Painter, Wrexham. The Woiks of the inimitable HOGARTH have not only been sought for with Avidity in bis native Country, but have been admired by every civilized Nation in the World. Since hii Death various Editions of his Works have, from Time to Time, been offered to the Public. But without attempting tu depreciate any of the former Editions, it is presumed thaL the present Work will, from its Elegance and Cheapuess, stand unrivalled. STALLION— 1810. JACK BULL, ( late GOLD TOP) the Property of THOMAS BOTEVYLE, of Calcot, near Shrewsbury will cover this Season, at TWO GUINEAS and ( Groom's Fee included).— Particulars in our next. HALF • Solicitors. TO BE LET, And entered upon al Lady- day next, A LL that DWELLING HOUoE, with a very capital SHOP, Yard, and Piennses, situate in the most eligible Part of tbe MARKET, at MUCH WEN LOCK, now in the Holding 01 Mr. Richard Beddoes, Glover and Breeches Maker, aud Mr. Nicholas, Tinman and Brazier, lor either or ill of which Trades a very superior Situation is now uttered, as there is no Person resident in Wenlock 111 any of ihe above Businesses.— For Particulars apply to Me ; rs. COLLINS aud HINTON, Solicitors, Wenlock, LAND, COTTAGES, He. TO BE LET, 011 SOLD, At the House of John Savage, at Pulveruatch, on MONDAY NEXT, the 26th of March, 1810, between the Hours of four and six o'Clock, unless sooner disposed of by private Con tract, of which timely Notice will be given : ALL those CO IT AGES and PIECES of LAN D in the Occupation of William Southerton, and John Jandrell, situate at THE GROVli, in tbe Parish of Church and Castle l'ulverbatch, within an easy Distance of good Maikelf, Lime, and Coal. ' The greater Part uf the Estate is sni rounded by a good Trout Stream. Part of tbe Land may be irrigated, or is well calculated fur the Erection of a Mill. For further Particulars enquire ot Mr. HITCHCOCK, Pul- vcrbatch, who will appoint a Person to shew the Laud. MACASSAR OIL, PATRONIZED by their Royal Highnesses the PRINCESS of WALES and DKKE of SUSSEX, is the finest Invention every known for encreasing the GROWTH OF HAIR, iioutisbing and preserving it; in short, its Properties are inestimable for improving, purifying, aud beautifying the Hair of Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children I fide Rutland's Essay on the // air.] This invaluable Oil, recommeuded on thu Basis of Truth and Experience, is sold at 3s. 6d. or large Bottles at one Guinea each, by the Proprietors, Rowland ami Son, Kirby- Street, Hatton Garden, London; and by W. EDDOWES, Shrewsbury; Watkins, Hereford; Jones, Gloces- ter ; Stevens, and Watkins, Cirencester; and all Perfumers and Medicine Venders throughout the K tigdom TO BE SOLD, In the Month of May next, ( Of which further Notice Willi Particulars will be given); THE following VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, lying near the Town of OSWESTRY, in the County of Salop;— viz. PARK 1SSA LANDS, with the ROD MEADOWS, in Lots of various Sizes, from three to fifteen Acres each ; situate on the Eastern Side and within one Mile of the said Town of O- westrv, chiefly adjoining the Turnpike Road lead- ii g from thence towards Shrewsbury, consisting of upwards of 190 Acres of rich Meadow and Pasture; the greatest Part of which may be watered from the Town, and the whole now in the Holding of substantial and respectable Tenants, OERLEY HALL and PARK UCHA LANDS, situate on the Western Side, and near the Town of Oswestry aforesaid, containing together upwards uf 340 Acres ( to be divided into Lots fiom 20 to 50 Acres each) of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Woodlands, These Lots from their Vicinity to tbe Town, and commanding a most extensive and delightful View cf tbe surrounding Country, are most desirably situated for building upon, CEFN Y MAES, formerly in fo. ur Farms, but of late occupied as a Ley for Cattle, lying in a detached Part of the Parish of Llanyblodwel, 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 Cynynion. SEVERAL TENEMENTS and LANDS in the Township of PEN TREGAER, situate about three Miles West of the Town of Oswestry, containing together 101 Acres, to be divided into three Lots. Also, the CORN and HAY TITHES of the whole of the PARISH of OSWESTRY ( except those arising within the Liberties of the Town, and within the Township of Llanfonla), to be sold iu Lots, each Township constituting one Lot. The TITHE GRAIN of Ihe Whole of the PARISH of SAINT MARTIN, to be sold also in separate Townships. And a MOIETY of the CORN and HAY TITHES of the Township of LLYNCKLYSS, in the Parish of Llanyblodwel, the other Moiety of which belongs to the Vicar of that Parish. FURNITURE AND DAIRY REQUISITES. TO BE SOLD BY A UCTIOJV, BY WILLIAM LLOYD, Ou FRIDAY NEXT, the 23d ot March, 1810, PART OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE belonging to Mr. ASTERLKY, ABBEY FOREGATE; comprising Fourpost Bedstead and Hangings, Feather Bed, Stump Bedstead, large Pier Glass, painted Chairs, square and round Kitchen Tables, a capital Ncssclill'Stoue Cheese Press, with Cheese Vats, aud Butter Milts, a large Furnace, 3 Iron- bound Casks, aud oilier Brewing Vessels; with several other Articles of Furniture.— The Sale to commence precisely at 2 o'Clock in the Alternoon. SALES BY AUCTION. THE ISLE~ HOUSE - Household Furniture, & Farm Stock. BY JONATHAN PERKY, THIS DAY AND TOMORROW, On the Premises, on Wednesday and Thursday, the Qlst and 22d of March, 1810, THE LIVE STOCK. Wa^ on, Cart, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY. HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, China, Glass, Brewing and Dairy Vessels, and various other Articles, belonging to FOLLIOT SANDFORD, Esq. at THE ISLE of UP- ROSSALL, near Shrewsbury; the Out- • took comprising three excellent young calving Cows ; a very useful brown Horse G- Yrs. old, & a bay Mare, both half bretl, quiet to draw, and safe to ride single or double ; a handsome strong chesnut Ponev, rising five Years old, ( a pleasant Hack, with great Power) ; twenty- five Ewes and Lambs, twelve yearling F. we « , one Ram; one Sow, three small store Pigs; a Setter Bitch, steady to Net or Gun, and two Greyhounds. One narrow wheeled Waggon, with capital Wheels, strong Cart, with Ripples complete, Plough, Harrows, Hurdles; a Quantity of good Hay, and one PASMORE'S Patent Kib- bling Mill. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of various Four- post, Tent, Wardrobe, Bureau, and other Bedsteads ; 13 mr st excellent Down and Goose Feather Beds, Mattrasscs, prime Witney Blankets, superfine Marseilles Quilts and Counterpanes"; Mahogany Wardrobes, Chests of Drawers, Dressing Tables and Commodes; Pier and Chimney Glasses, in burnished Gold Frames, various D essing Glasses; hand- some Mahogany Dining, Pembroke, and Card Tables, Par- lour Chairs, Celleret, and Sideboard ; a Drawing Room Suite of Chairs, Sofa, new Brussels Carpet, &. c. ; Oak Bureau and Book- case, with Glass Doors; an excellent Eight- Day Clock ' n a beautiful Mahogany Case ; and a general Assortment of Kitchen Furniture and culinarv Articles. The Brewing and Dairy Vessels comprize 24 excellent Iron- bound Hogsheads, Half- hogsheads, and Barrels, Mash Tubs, Coolers, Working Tubs, & c.; a Cheese Press, Brass Pane, Barrel and Staff Churns, Cheese Vats, Milk Pails, Mitts, See. & c.— Also, a Quantity of good CHEESE, nice BACON, and two Barrels 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, Lydbuiy, or THE AUCTIONEER, in Shrewsbury. SALES BY AUCTION. BY S. TUDOR, At the Fox Inn, on Saturday, the 31st of March, 1810, between the Hours of six and seven in the Evening, rriHE following Lots of OAK and ASH TIM- I BER, subject to Conditions then to be produced : LOT I. 153 OAK TIMBER TREES, 44 Ditto POLLARDS, mark- ed and numbered with red Paint; 166 OAK POLES, cyphered with Ditto. g- J, The Timber marked with white Paint is not to be sold. LOT II. 84 large ASH TIMBER TREES, marked and numbered with red Paint; 9 ASH POLES, cyphered with Ditto, 15 ELM TREES. The above Timber is now growing upon the DAYHOUSE 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. SALES BY AUCTION. T rpi New and Fashionable Household Furniture, VALUABLE DRAWINGS, PRINTS, « fc, BY JONATHAN PERRY, On the Premises, St. John's Hill, Shrewsbury, near the Friends' Meeting House, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 28th and 29th of March, 1810, ( the Property of a Gen- tleman changing his Residence): 1HE WHOLE of the superior, Modern, new, and nearly new HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con- sisting of a DRAWING ROOM Suit of Curtains and Dra- peries, most tastefully executed ill elegant London Chintz, lined with superfine yellow Callico, richly ornamented by a Greek Border and Parisian Fringe, Grecian Chairs and Sofa, with Covers, en- suite ; an elegant Brussels Carpet; Card Tables, Center Tea Table ; handsome MIRROR, with rich burnished Gold Fiame, bronzed Eagle Ornament, mid Pair of light Branches; elegant Chimney Ornaments, polish- ed Steel Fender, Fire Irons, & c. A " DINING PARLOUR Suit of most capital Mahogany Grecian Chairs, best Hair Seats; superfine Scotch Carpet; handsome Chintz Curtains; valuable bine Board and Secre- taire ( in one); Wine Ctllerct ; Tables, & c. and an exceeding tine- toned PIANO FORTE, by LUKGMAN and BRODERIP. The Bed Chamber aud other Furniture comprise one handsome Mahogany four- post Bedstead, with rich Chintz Furniture lined with super vellow Callico, made up with superior Taste with French Fringe, and Window Curtains to suit; seveial other Four- pqsi Tent and Servants Bedsteads, with different Furnitures ; prime, sweet seasoned GooseFeather Beds; Straw and excellent Hair Mattrasses ; Counterpanes and Mniseilles Quilts; Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Pem- broke and Card Tables; very neat, painted Chests of Drawers; Dressing Tables, Comer Bason Stands and Chamber Chairs; large and small Swing Glasses, and various other Articles ; the greatest Part of which are perfectly new, and the whole of the most respectable Description. Also, one EVANS'S nine Sheet Map of NORTH WALES with a Case, and otre capital Map of England arid Pait of Scotland by CARY, with Case, on a very large Scale. Likewisesome really valuable DRAWINGS and PRINTS, the former of large sizes, with PLATE GLASS and costly gilt and burnished Frames. To be viewed the Day preceding the Sale, from ten to four o'Clock. The whole will be specified in Catalogues, which will be dis- tributed in Shrewsbury, and may be had of THE AUCTIONEER who particularly requests the attention of Families to this Sale, upon his assurance that the Furniture is generally excellent both in Taste and Woikinanship, and superior to any he EVER HAD for sale by Auctiun. LIVE STOCK. BY W. SMITH, THIS DAY, On the Premises, on Wednesday, the 21st of March, 1810: IHE LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, HAY, and MANURE, together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. RICH- ARD CH1DLF. Y, of WRENTNALL, in the Parish of Church Pulverbatch, in the Country of Salop. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock. HORSES AND GIGST BY WILLIAM SMITH, At the Market Place, in the Town of Shrewsbury, on Saturday, the 24th of March, 1810, precisely at one o'Clock : rilHREE capital built GIGS and Harness, in JL good Repair; one GERMAN CAR and HARNESS, little worse than new : together with several capital Har- ness and Saddle Horses, and three Saddles. Gentlemen having Horses or Carriages to dispose of, may may have them sold of in this Sale, by applying to THE AUCTIONEER. FARMING STOCK. BY WILLIAM SMITH, On the Premises, on Monday, the 26th of March, 1810, PART of the well selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS m HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brew- ing Utensils, an, I 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 rn calf, one Barren ; two uselul draught M aras and Gears, one ditto Ilorse and Gears; one Sow, two Gilts, seven store Pigs; 10 Ewes and Lambs, one Southdown Ram; 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 ; Pait of a Stack of Hay well Harvested, and may be taken off tbe Premises.— Several ex- cellent Casks, different sizes, tw6 large oval Coolcis, one round Ditto, two large Mashing Tubs, several small Tubs, one Cheese Press, Chtese Tubs, Ladder, & e. five Milk Mits, 10 Cheese Vats, with a Variety of other Dairy and Brewing Utensils; Quantity of Potatoes, Malt Mill, and Lot of old Iron. 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 World. The Sale to begin precisely at 10 o'Clock. MONTGOMERYSHIRE VALUABLE TIMBER. ) N LOTS, at the Dragon Inn, in Montgomery, on Thursday, the 5th Day of April, 1810, at three o'Clock in the Alter- nooiii subject to Conditions then to be produced : OAK TIMBER TREES ; containing 836 capital ASH of excellent Quality, being veiy long and clear; 18 ELM; 3j ALDER; 4 BIRCH, and 1 POP LA It Trees; all felled, and lying on GVV ERNYGO uid BAHAILLON Farms, in the Parish of Kerry, in the re- spective Occupations of Mr. Jones aud Mrs. Davies, very irdvantageonslv situated for Carriage, being contiguous to • he Turnpike Road leading from Newtown through Kerry to Tontgouiery. Particitlaisof the Lots will be distributed in due Time ; and ••!< ther Information may be had ou Application to Mr. POUND- L< v, Montgomery ; or Mr, WJLIUMS, Timber Surveyor, . iy, near Ne » tu* n. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the Csoss Keys Inn, in Oswestry, on Thursday, the 22d Dav of March, 1810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon: I^ HE under mentioned valuable FREEHOLD LANDS, in the following, or such other Lots as shall be agreed upon at tbe Time of Sale, ( viz.) A. R. P. LOTI. TWO PIECES of LAND, called Skve's Pieces, and Moula Bank, near the Town of Os- westry, adjoining the Road to Welsh Pool, in the holding of Mi. Thus. Hoivell, and containing about 17 0 7 LOT II. A PIECE of LAND, called Cae- Tysar, near the first Lot, in the holding of Mr. Richard Griffiths, containing about .. 10 1 0 N. B. These two Lots present a fine and healthy Situation for tbe Erection of Residences for genteel Families, commanding most extensive and Picturesque Views, and being situated ill a good Neighbourhood. LOT III. An excellent MEADOW, ( which may at all Times be irrigated, by Water running through the said Town) adjoining the Road to Knockiii, in the holding of Mr. Arthur Davies, containing about 8 3 1 LOT IV. A PIECE of LAND, called Maes- y- Clawdd, near the Mile Oak, adjoining the said Road to Kuockin, ill the holding of Mr. Richard Menlove, containing about 13 3 34 The above Lots are situate near the Town of Oswestiy. LOTV. A PIECE of LAND, called Sinallman's Ground, lying in the Parish of Sylattin, and ad- joining the Lane leading out. of the Turnpike Road towards Derxen- y- Pandy, in the holding of Mr. John Menlove, containing about 5 2 21 LOT VI. A TENEMENT and LANDS, near the Village of Wbittiugton, adjoining the Road to Shrewsbury, in the holding cf Thomas Browne, containing about ... 24 2 17 Further Particulars may be bad of Mr. LEWIS JONES, of Oswestrv, who will anpoint a Person to shew the Premises. DENBIGHSHIRE. Sale of Farming Stock by Auction. MR. PENSON informs the Public, that he shall SELL BY AUCTION at Eibistock Hall, near Overton, in the County of Denbigh, ou Wednesday, April 11th, 1810; All the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and Dairv Utensils, the Property of JOHN EVANS, of F. RBISTOCK HA LL aforesaid, F, squire : Which consists of between twenty atrd thirty Head of fine useful Dairy Coivs, a Number of calving Heifers, a capi- tal 3- year old high- bred Bull; seven extremely handsome young draught Horses and Gearing ; two very good Waggons, one Cart, one Tumbril, Ploughs, Harrows, & c, which will be sold without the least Reserve, as Mr. Evans has set the Farm. " 1 Catalogues will be ready for Delivery within fourteen Days of tbe Sale, and may be had at the Feathers Inn, Chester; tbe Bridgevvater Arms, Ellesmere; Cross Keys, Oswestry; Bowling Green, Overton ; and from Mr. PENSON, Wrexham. BY J. BROOME, THIS DAY, On the Premises, on Wednesday, the 21st of March, 1S10; ri^ HE LIVE STOCK and IMPLEMENTS in A HUSBANDRY, with Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. THOMPSON, of MINTON, near Church Strett. on, in the County of Salop SALES BY AUCTION. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Wednesday, the 4th Day of April,. 1810 : \ LL the valuable and well- selected LIVE V STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS , in HUSBANDRY, See. See. belonging to EDWARD HARRIES, Esq. at HUGLITH, near Castle Pulverbatch, in the County of Salop.— Particulars in our next. Capital Farming Stock. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the piemises, on Monday and Tuesday, the 26th and 27th Days of March, 1810: ALL the truly valuable and carefully selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Brewing antl Dairy Utensils, belonging to Mrs. .1 EBB, of MAF. SI1URY, in the Parish of O- westry, in the County of Salop; consisting of 14 capital Dairy Cows, calved and ill calf, three calving Heifers, two barren Ditto, two 3- year old Bullocks, four 2- vear old Heiffrs; one ditto Bullock, seven yearling Calves, 2( 1 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, hark Mare in- foal, a 2- year old bay Colt, likely to make a Carriage Horse, a 2- year old back Colt, a yearling Ditto, by True Blue, a ditto Filley, bv Ditto; a capital Road Waggon, shelled, Harvest Cart, broad Wheels, two broad Wheel Tumbrels, Roller, douole Plough, two single Ditto, three Pair of Harrows, Winnowing Fail, Sieves and Riddles, two Stack Frames, a Quantity of Implement Timber, Malt Mill, large Scales aud Weights, a Quantity of Bags, 5r e. See. The Household Furniture 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, and Coach and Horses Inns, Shrewsbury. Oak, Pool; Cross Keys, Oswestry ; Bridgewater Arms, Ellesmere; Red Lion, Cockshntt; Black Lion, Wem ; New Inn, Knockin ; Cross Keys, Llanymynech ; Goat, Llanfyllin ; on the Premises ; and of the Auctioneers, Ruytonofthe Eleven Towns. The Live Stock and Implements will be sold the first Day, and the Furniture, & c. tbe Second.— The Sale to commence each Dttv at 10 o'Clock in the. Forenoon. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Thursday, the 22d Df. y of March, 1810 rinHE truly valuable and well selected Stock of A CATTLE, HORSES, and SHF. EP, belonging to Mr. HUMPHREYS, of GUNLEY, in the Parish of Em den, in the County of Montgomery ; consisting of 14 Cows and Calves, and in calf Cows, four 3- years old calving Heifers, three 3- years old Bullocks, 11 2- years old Beast*, nine Yearlings ; 80 Sheep, in Lots ; one capital Waggon Horse, 7- years old, one ditto, £- years old, three aged Hortes, and one Mare in- foal, two hack 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. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Friday, the 23d Day of March, 1810, HE valuable and well- selected LIVE STOCK 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- vear olds; six good Waggon Horses, and Graring foi Ditto, two 3- vear old hack Colts, two yearling Ditto, of tiie draught kind ; two Waggons, two broad Wheel Tumbrels, one Wheel Plough, one tlaud Ditto, three Pair of Harrows, one Roller, with small Implements, & c. See. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock iu the Morning. rTii BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 11th and 12th Days of April, 1810: ALL the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, with all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & c. « tc, belonging to Mr. LEWIS, of the NEW HOUSE, in the Parish of I. lanllwch- airn, near Abermule, in the County of Montgomery : con- sisting of seven excellent young Cows, calved and in- calf, two Heifers in ditto, four fresh Barrens, five 2- years old Heifers, six Yearlings; five Wairgon Mares, oiie Ditto Horse, with Gearing for six, one broWh Mare, 5- years old, by Intruder, Dam by Regulus, one Ditto b. years old, one 4 years old Horse, an excellent Roadster, one 3- years old Blood Colt, uncut, by General, Dam Old Crazy, one 2- years old Filley, one Ditto yearling; six Slo e Piss, one Sow in- pig, two Gilts in ditto, one Boar ; two Waggons, two Broad- wheel 1 timbrels, nearly new, three Pair of Harrows, one wheel Plough, one hand Ditto, 1 Ground Car, Wheelbarrow, Winnowing Fan, Sieves, Riddles, Corn Screen, one Land Roller, four Dragrakes, Lot of small Ditto, Lot of Pikels, Forks, Shovels, See. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of an excellent Eight- day Clock, Mahogany and Oak Dining, Dressing, and other Tables, handsome Chairs, Fourpost and I'eut Bedsteads, with Hangings, Pier and Swing Glasses, Chests and Drawers, Bu reau, Corner Cupboard, Weather Glass, and a large Assortment of Kitchen Furniture, Brewing and Dairy Uten- sils, & c. The Sale to begin at ten o* Clock in the Morning. ~ BY J. BROOME, " On the Premises, on Monday arrd Tuesday, the 9th and 10th Davs of April, 1810 ; " 1HE LIVE STOCK and IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, with PART of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, Brewing aud Dairy Utensils and Casks, & c. belonging to Mr. YEOMANS, of the HILL FARM, near Leebotwood, in the County of Salop.— Particu- lars in our next — Catalogues will be prepared in due Time. SALES BY AUCTION. Sheep, of the real Cheviot Hills Kind, On the Premises, at Batgoll, near the Devil's Bridge, in the Countv of Cardigan, on Tuesday, the 27th Dtiv of March, 1810, at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, in Lots : Citrj EWES, from three to five tears old, ' J'' y' 95 YEARLINGS, and 18 RAMS. The above are well worth the Attention of tbe Public ; and will be sold without Reserve. FARMING, STOCK. BY R. POOLE, . On Monday, the 26th D » v of March., 1810: THE valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS,, of Mr. LAWRENCE, of th » WREJSIN FARM, near Wellington, in the Countv ot 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 ; 9 Store Pies, 20 Ewes, lambed and in- lamb, and 2 Rams; 2 able Draught Horses, and 2 ditto Mares, one of which is iti foal„ and 5 Sets of Gearing; one capital Draught Colt, aiid one Hack ditto rising 2 years old, also a handsome and valuable MULE; 2 Wnggoris and Gearing, 1 Broad wheel Tumbrel, 1 double and 2 single Ploughs with Wheels, 3 Pair Harrows, Land Roll, Winnowing F^ n, & Corn- skreen ; 2 Grindlestohes', Malt Mill; Lot of Oak Boards, and a Quantity of valuable Plough and Cart Timber fit for inf- madiate Use ; about 1000 Stakes pointed; Lot of new Cow- soles and Shackles, straw Engine, 3 Waggrin Ropes, Bagging 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'Clock in the Morning. T Capital Inn upon the great Road leading from HOLYHEAD TO LONDON. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the New Inn, in West Felton, in the Comity of Salop, on Friday, the 30th of March, 1810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, and subject to Conditions then to be produced : ALL that larjre and commodious Inn, called or 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, Brewhouse, large Dining Room, six Lodging Rooms, Cellar, and Pantrt, a capital five Stall Stable, and another without Stalls, ihe 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 si'uate as Middle House between Shrewsbury and Llangollen, thro' Whittingtnn. Mr. Wynne, on the Premises, will shew the same ; and for further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at Ruyton of the Eleven Towns. BY J. BROOME, On the Premises, on Tuesday aud Wednesday, the 27th and 28th Days of March, 1810 ; ALL Ihe valuable LIVE STOCK, and IMPLE- MENf'S in HUSBANDRY, with all the Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FURNITURE, belonging to Mrs. PARKER, of BUR R1NGTON, ( near Ludlow) in the County of Hereford: con si sting of 7 Cows, calved and in- calf, 6 calving Heifers, 1 Barren, 1 2- years old Bull, 11 2- year olds, 12 vearlings; 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, 1 Winnowing Ma- chine, ( Oak), with a Number of small Implements. PRIME FARMING STOCK, 0/ the Pure Aorth Devon, Hereford, and Montgo- mery Breeds. BY J. BROOME, OnThursday, the 29th Dav of March, 1810, on the Premises at BOCKLETON COURT, rn the Parish of Stoke Saint Milhorongh, and County of Salop ; WO Bulls, 24 Cows and Heifers, calved and in- calf; four 2- year old Heifers, It) yearling Heifers, 10 very serviceable Cart Horses and Mares, with excellent Gearing for Ditto J three Waggons, three Tumbrels, with six Inch Wheels; a one Horse Cart, a two Horse Roll, double and single Ploughs; six Pair of H arrows, 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. Tv SHROPSHIRE TIMBER. THIS DAY, At the Cross Foxes Inn, in Oswestry, in the County of Salop, on Wednesday, the 21st Day of March, 1810, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely, subject to Conditions, in the fol- lowing, or such other Lots as shall be then agreed upon : rjHHE undermentioned VALUABLE TIMBER JL TREES, all scribe- marked aud 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 I Poplar, growing upon Trenewydd Demesne, in the holding of Mr, Thomas. LOT II. 262 Oak, 60 Ash, 11 Beech, 7 Elm, 15 Alder, 7 Poplar, 5 Lime, 3 Sycamore, and 3 Walnut, growing upon 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 Dak, 9 Ash, and 3 Poplar, growing upon Lands in Ihe 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 Lands in tbe hold- ing of Edward Thomas. The Oaks are of large Dimensions, and fit { or tbe 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 Ellesaiere Canal. Further Paiticulars may be bad of Mr. R. CROXOX, Oswestry; and of ROOER DAVIES, Carpenter, Whittington, who will shew the Timber. CAPITAL FARMING STOCK. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday, the 3d Day of April, ' 810 ; 4LL the carefully and well selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, See. belonging to Mr. ROGERS, of HINTON, in the Parish of Pontesbury, in the County of Salop ; consisting of 13 capital Cows, ( jalved and in- calf, three Barrens, four calving Heifers, one 3- year old spayed Heifer, and one Bullock, five 2- year olds, eight yearling Calves; eight ableWaggorr Horses, several 3, 2, and 1 year old Blood Colts, Dams by Beaufremont, Magog, & c. one Brood Mare, one Hack ; 16 strong store Pigs, one Sow to Pig ; 10 Wether Sheep, one capital Rain ; three Waggons, two Tumbrels, one Coal Cart, Ploughs, Harrows, See. See. Catalogues are prepared, and may be bad at the George, Elephant and Castle, Coach and Horses, Shrewsbury ; Seven Stars, Pontesbury; Red Lion, Westbury ; Oak, Pool; Crown, Church Stretton; Cross Keys, Llanymynech; the Inns at Dorrington; oil the Premises; and of THE AUCTIONEERS, Ruyton of the Eleven Towns. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon. CAPITAL FARMING STOCK. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Friday, the 6th of April, 1810 ; ALL the truly valuable and carefully selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, belonging to Mr. WILDE, of KEYNANT, in the Parish of Guilsfield, in tbe County of Montgomery.— Particulars in our next. Lots. 1. Devon Cow 2. Ditto Ditto 3. Ditto Ditto 4. Ditto Ditto 5. Ditto Ditto 6. Ditto Ditto 7. Ditto Ditto 8.. Ditto Ditto 9. Ditto Ditto 10. Ditto Ditto 11. Ditto Bull, 3- vrs old, bred bvWm Childe. Esq. Kin- let- Hall 12. HerefordCow, got Mr. GwilliamV old bull 13. Ditto Ditto 14. Ditto Ditto Lots 15 Ditto Dtto 16. Ditto D. tto 17. Ditto Heifer 18. Ditto" Ditto 19. Ditto Ditto 20. Ditto Bull, 2- yrs. old, out < il Lor 12 21. Montgomery Cow 22. Ditto Heifer 23. Montgomery COM 24. D tto Ditto 25. D- tta D tto 26. Ditto Ditto • it. Heifer, 2- yrs. old • 29. Ditto Ditto 29. Ditio Ditto 30. Ditto Ditto 31. Heifer, 1- vearoW, N. B. The dam Lots. of this Heifer was out of the Mother of Mr. Gwilliaui's old Bull 32. Ditto Ditto; the Darn of this Hei- fer is Lot 12 • 33. Ditto Ditto 34. Ditto Ditto 35. Ditto Ditto ' 36 Ditto Ditto 37. Ditto Ditto 38. Ditto Ditto 39. Ditto Ditto 40. DittoDitto, across between theHere- ford Bull and Al- derney Cow. CART HORSES AND MARES. 44. Lion, black Gclrl- 50. Norman, Ditto with Gears Gelding, Ditto, a 45. Wag, Ditto thorough bred Ditto, Ditto Suffolk Punch 46. Diamond, black 51. A clever brown M? re, Ditto Cart Colt, 2- yrs. 47. Shsrper, Ditto old lidding, Ditto 52. A bay hack Filly, 48. Daibv, brown 5- years old, iin- Marc, Ditto broke, and got by 49. Puppet, Che, » nut Admiral Ditto, Ditto 53. A Ditto Mare. IMPLEMENTS. A narrow wheeled 58. A Ditto 14. Single Ditto Waggon 59. A Ditto 35. Ditto 55. A Ditto 60. A one Horse Carl 66. Ditto 56. A six Inch Ditto 61. A iwo Horse Roll 67. Six Pair of Har- 57. A Do. Do. Turn- 62. A, double Plough rows, in Lots bret 63. Ditto 69. Sundries: All the Cattle, except lour, aie of a uniform deep red Colour. The Cows and Heifers, calved and in- calf, were put to a thorough bred North Devon Bull, hired last Season of Mr. Jellicoe, of Benthall.- The whole of the Cart Horses arid Mares arc well known in the Neighbourhood to be extreme good Workers, and tbe Pro- prietor will uphold them to be so. 41. L; on, chesnutGel- ding, with Gears 42. Maggot, Ditto Mare, Ditto 43. Diamond, Do. Do. a thorough bred Suffolc Punch, & in- foal by the no- ted Horse Sweep, belonging to Mr. Fox, of Pitchford Park 54. VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, & c. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Tuesday, the 10th Day of April, 1S10, ALL the valuable and well- selected LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, Dairy Vessels, & c. belonging to the Rev. MORGAN PRVCE, of KILRH1EW, in the Parish of Llansginttfiaid, in the County of Montgomery.— Particulars in our next. CAPITAL FARMING STOCK. BY GLOVER AND SON, On the Premises, on Thursday and Friday, the 13th and 14th Days of April, 1810 ; ALL the valuable and wel!- se! ected FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, with Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Brewing and Dairy Uttn( ils, belonging to Mr. ROBERTS, of CRICKI1EATH, oetr I. lanyiiiyiiech, in the County of Salop, who is declining the Faraoiug Business.— Particulars i: i our next. BY J. BROOME, On tbe 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- PICE FARM, near Dorrington, ill Ihe County of Salop: consisting of five Cows, calved and in calf, three Heifers, iu- calf, four 2- year old Bullocks, three Yearlings ; five young Waggou Horses; five Sels of Gearing; twenty Ewes with Lambs, twenty Ditto with Ditto and in ditto ; nine Store Pigs, one Sow in- pig; three Waggons, nearly new, two Broad- wheel Tumbrels, one Narrow Ditto,- one double Plough, one wheel Ditto, one hand Ditto, three Pair of Harrows, nearly new, one Roller, one Car; three Dozen ot Hurdles ; Lot of Bags; Scales and Weights, Winnowing Fan, Corn Screen, Sieves and Riddles, three large Rakes, small Ditto and Pikels, two Waggou Ropes, a Ditto Chain, three Corn Coffers, Wheelbarrow, four Stone and two Wood Ptgtroughs, Malt Mill, Kibbling Ditto, Grindstone, three Ladders, with a Number of small Implements, and a large Quantity of well- seasoned Implement Timber; one Stack of Wheat, one Dtto of Bai ley, Part of a Ditto of O. rtv, Part of a Ditto of Peas, all of which may be taken off the Premises. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of three Fea- ther Beds and Bolsters, Fourpost and oilier Bedsteads, Blank- ets anil Coverlets; Mahogany aud Oak Tables and Chaif^; Oak Chests of Drawers, Looking Glasses; Corner Cup- board, China, Glass, & e. and a large Assortment ot Kitchen Furniture, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, & c. & c. Tbe Sale to begin at ten o'Clock in the Morning. YOUNG PRIME & SUPERIOR LIVE STOCK. & c. BY T. VAUGHAN, On the Premises, without the least Reserve, belonging to JOHN BRADBRIDGE, Esq, of PEN Y BRYN, near St. Martins, iu the County of Salop, who is retiring from the Farming Business, on Friday and Saturday, the 30th and 31st Days of Maich, 1810; L L that well known superior and choicely select- ed LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of the first Quality, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, together with Pait of the neat and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 3cc. f^-"* 1 Particulars in our next. SHROPSHIRE. Capital Farming Stock, Implements in Husbandry, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and Household Furniture, without Reserve. BY R. WILLIAMS, Upon Tuesday and Wednesday, the 3d, and 4th, April, 1810, on the Premises of late Mr. THOMAS OWENS, of NEW- CASTLE, in the Parish of Chin, in the County of Salop: ffflEN Cows and Heifers, calved and in- calf, one barren Cow, one fat Cow, one ditto BuM, six 3- year old Bullocks, eight 2- year old Ditto, two 2- vear old Heifers, nine Yearlings; four draught Horses, two Hacks, one year- ling Colt, one Hill Poney; four fat Pigs; one verv good Waggon, two Carts, one wheel Plough, one hand Plough, one wheel Car, one Lime Car, two Pair of Hairows, a Quan- tity of Implement Stuff, & c. The Household Furniture consists of Feather Beds, Bed- steads, Chairs, Tables, Glasses, Drawers, & c. with Brewing and Dairy Utensils nearly new, and will be sold without Resei ve. The Farming Stock and Implements will be sold the first Day, and the Household Furniture, Stc. the second Day. The Sale to begin each Day at eleven o'Clock precisely. 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; ALL thecboice LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy Vessels, and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Mr. JOHN SIMPSON; who is retiring from the Farming Business ; comprizing five calving Cows and Heifers, one barren Ditto, Stirk Heifer, two yeailing Calves; two useful Draught Mares, foitr Sets of Gears; capital Road Cart with Harvest Gearing, nearly new, one Tumbrel, Land Roller, Plough, Water- furrowing Ditto, two Pair of Harrows, two Stone Stack Frames, Craiik ami 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, atld Bridles, two Pillions and Covers, one of which is nearly new, Stons Cisterns and Pigtroughc, with numerous other small Imple- ments, in Lots: likewise, a Quantity of Manure; together with the Dairy Vessels, Household Goods, & c. N. B. The Auctioneer again observes, ( notwithstanding the grear 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 in one Day. EXCELLENT FARMING SfOCK, & c. " BY CHURTON, Without Reserve, on the Piemises, on Mondav and Tuesday-, the26th and 27th Davs of March, 1S10; ALL the useful LIVESTOCK, IMPLEMENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of the late Mr. JOHN WIL. I. IAMS, at the BROAD OAK, in the Township of New Woodhou° es, near Whitchurch, in the County of Salop, ( deceased): consisting of seven choice calving Cows, three barren Ditto; twelve Ewes in- lamb, and thirty Wethers in Lots ; two draught Horses, one of which is rising seven Years old, one capital 3- year old Horse Colt, got by Smoaker, one 2- vear old Ditto, by Silver Eel, valuable Hackney Mute 4 years old, by the same Horse, ( shews a Deal of Blood) ; six strong Store Pigs ; capital Road Cart, with Harvest Gear- ing and Side- cratches, Tumbrel, Ploughs, Harrows, Horse Gears, Cranks and Chains, Corn Fan, Riddles aud Sieves, Ladders, Half Measure, Hopper, Sotne Cisterns and Pig- troughs, with a Variety of small Implements iri Husbandry, in Lots. The Dairv Vessels, Household Furniture, & c. comprise Milk Cans and Pails, Brass Milk Pan, Churn, Cheese Tub, Mash Ditto, portable Cheese Screw and Horse, Cheese Vats, Rutter Scales and Weights, Milk Sieves, capital large Salting Turnel, kneading Ditto, Iron Furnace, Boiler and Bottoms, four Iron- bound Barrels ( good as new), Fourpost and full Tester Bedsteads, Check Furniture, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Blankets and Coverlets, Window Curtains, Stump Bedsteads, Bed Room, Parlour, and Kitchen Chairs, capital two- leaf Dining Table ( nearlv new), Oval Ditto, Oak Stand, neat Set of Elm Chairs, handsome Japanned Tea Trav and Waiter, China and Glass, three white Kitchen Tables, Eight- day Clock and Case, Cupboard, Set of Plate Shelves, Looking Glass, Copper Warming Part, Kitchen Orate and Ash Ditto, Cast- iron Back Oven, Fender and Fire Irons, Ironing Stove, Iron Stool, sundry Tins and Fiat Irons, Spinning Wheel, with numerous othei Articles'. N. B. ' The Auctioneer further entreats the Attention of the Public to the above Stock, the Cows being great Milkers, and for early Profit ; the Hack Mare, Colts, fee. are worthy of the highest Encomium.— The Live Stock will lie sold the first Day. The Auction commences at Ten each Day MONT'GOMERYSHIHE OAK & ASH TIMBER At the Herbert's Arms Inn, Kerry, on Thursday, ihe 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 there produced : LOT I. 1 1 K OAK TIMBER TREES, nnmbered with a Scribe. I. or If. 20 ASH TREES, also numbered with a Scribe. The above Timber are standing upon GLANHAFREN FARM, near Newtown, about seven Miles distant from the Canal at Garthmil, and 22 from Machynlleth, to both whicd Places there are good lloads. The Oak Trees are sound anh large, aud fit for Navy and Plank ; and the Ash are soand and large. For Particulars apply to Mr. WIUIAMS, Timber Surveyor, Kerry; or Mr. STEPHENS, Solicitor, Newtown. Nextawn, 12th Marc'i, 1810. 345 MO N TGO M E RYS H1RK CAPITAL OAK AND OTHER TIMBER. At the Goat Inn, in the Town of Llanfyllin, in the County 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 1 to 345, standing in a Coppice on a Farm called CWMGLANH ALEN, in the Parish of Llanfyllin, in the Occupation of John Cadwalader. I. OT II. 133 OAK TIMBER TREES, blazed aud number- ed in like Manner 1 to 133, standing ( with little Exception) in the Coppice aforesaid. LOT 111. 21 ASH TREES, numbered iu like Manner 1 to 21, standing on other part of CwinglaubaJen Farm. LOT J V. 11 ALDER TREES, numbered in like Manner 1 to 11, and 5 SYCAMORE TREES, marked I to 5, standing oil the same Farm. The Oak Trees are straight, lenthy, and many of tbeai of considerable Dimensions, appear perfectly sound, and well calculated tor Thick sluff, Bends, Plank, and capital Cleft; the other Trees are mostly large. The above Timber rs remarkably well. situated, close to the Turnpike Road leading from Llanfyllin towards Llanfihangel, two Miles from the farmer Place, and about niue Miles from the Montgomery shire Canal. The Tenant will shew the Lots; and further Particulars may be had of Mr. JOHES, of Hope, near Welshpool, ot of Mr" GOULD GOIFA, near Welshpool aforesaid. VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, & c. BY CHURTON, On the Premises, at the TRENCH FARM, in the Pari h of Wem, and Countv of Salop, on Monday and Tuesday, 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 of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, and other Effects, the Property ol M. r. HALES, who is declining Farming: consisting of 13 calving Cows and Heifers, one 2- years old Bull, five Stirks, five yearliag Calves ; four Waggon Horses, one ditto Mare rising 3- years old, full of Action, capital Waggon Colt, one Yearling ditto, useful Hackney Mare, rising 6- years old, got by a blood Horse, out of a Gig Mare ; 12 Ewes in- lamb, and one Rani; in- pig Sow, seven Store Pigs ; capital Waggon with Harvest Gearing, one Harvest ditto, two Tumbrils, one ditto with Harvest Gearing, Market Cart, covered Top and Seats, good as new, Land Roller, two double Wheeled Ploughs, single ditto, one Hand ditto, Water- furrowing and Scuffle djtto, three Pair of Harrows, eight Sets of Horse Gearing, Cranks and Chains, Winnowing Machine aud Fan, Stack Frame, Ladder, large Scale Beam and Bottoms, Weights, & c. Timber Chains, Straw Cribs, capital Steel Mill for Grinding Malt or Kibling, Quantity of well seasoned Wheelwright's Timber, in Lots; for other Implements, Sec. see Catalogue, The DAIRY and BREWING VESSELS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & c. consist of Milk Cans and Pails, Barrel Churn, Cheese Screw and Horse, Butter Tub and Mits, Cheese Boards, three valuable Stone Cheese Presses, large Quantity of Cheese Vats, cornnleat range of Milk Coolers, lined with Lead, Cheese Tubs, Stc. capital large square Salt- ing Turnel, ( Bottom iu one Piece, nine Feet long by three Feet wide), MashTnbs and Salting Planks, small Tubs, large Cooler, four capital Iron- bound Hogsheads, four half ditto, two quarter ditto, small Barrels and Spirit Casks, several excel- lent Wood Bottles, Spinning Wheels and long ditto, four Pair of Bedsteads, three Feather Beds and Bolsters, eight Pair of Sheets, Blankets, Bed Coverlets, Linen Chests, Bureau, Painted Cupboard, Chairs, Pier Glass in Gilt Frame, Oak Dresser with Drawers to Bottom, oval and square Dining Tables, Tea Um, and Japanned Tea Tray, Servants' Dining Table and Form, capital Butcher's Bow- back Saw, Stove Grates, Wire and other Fenders, Copper Coffee- pot and Tea- kettle, Brass and Iron Candlesticks, Copper Warming- pan, Quantity of Tins, valuable laige Kitchen Giate, with Stove aud Hot Hearth, capital Smoak Jack, compleat, Ash Grate, Fender and Sets of Fire Irons, Iron Guard, Iron Furnace and Boiler, with Bottoms, Sic. with a large Assortment of other Articles. 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" Mrs. Holmes, niece and house- keeper of Mr. Ayrey, No. 24, Northumberland- street, Manchester- square, about 50 years of age, had been afflicted with the Rheumatism fcr upwards of three years, particularly in the knees aud hip joints, so as to be nearly deprived ol Ihe use of her limbs ; bad received the best medical advice, with- out any benefit. My son being in London ( by my desire) called to < ee her, when he was much affected by her distressed situation, and knowing the great es'imation in which your medicine is so de- ervedlv held in this part ol the country, he recommended a trial. Not knowing that it was sold in Lundon, he wrote to me to send him a large bottle, which I got of 5 ou, and sent per coach. I have lately received a letter a Irom my son, stating that jour medicine had effected a complete cure; Mrs. tlolmes having recovered the lull use of her limbs, and was entirely freed from every symptom of complaint. 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VTOTICE is hereby given to all Persons desirous s- si of contracting to supply the following Articles, for the rJse of the Army, viz.— FORAGE. ^ iz.— Oa/ s, Hay, and s'ram, lo his Majesty's Cavalry in Barracks n the undermentioned Counties in South Britain ;— Berks Cornwall Devon Dorset Essex Hants, ( including the Lie of Wight) Kent Lancaster Middlesex Norfolk Northampton Nottingham Somerset Suffolk Surrey Sussex Warw ick Wilts York. And in the several < omitie. in North Britain. ' also Forage to all Horses kept tor his Maje- ty's service in the island of Jersey. T 1810. O COVER this SEASON, at Ercall Park, in the Countv of Salop, at Two GUINEAS each Mare, FEARNOUGHT. He is a Horse with great Bone, fine Shape, and calculated • o get good Carriage, Riding, or Plough Horses ; a beautiful brown with black Legs;' rising four Years old, and Hands fifteen Hands three Inches high. This Day is published, in One Volume Octavo, Price Three Shillings and Sixpence sewed, the seventh Edition, ACOMPLETE GUIDE to LANDLORDS, TENANTS, and LODGERS, being a methodical Arrangement of the whole Law respecting the taking or letting nf Lands, Houses', or Apartments ; giving Warning or Notice to quit, ejecting ; seizing for Rent j Repairs, 8cc. With Forms of Leases, Agreements, Assignments, Surrenders, Receipts for Rent, Notices, & e. Communicated in an easy and familiar Manner. Including ample Instructions for Landlords to conduct themselves legally and securely towards their Tenants ; and tu enable Tenants to guard against en- croaching Landlords. With clear and practical Directions for making a Distress for Rent, and ail the new adjocged Cases aud Acts of Parliament down to the present Time. By ROBERT SUTrON, Esq. Barrister- at- Lam. The Opinion of a Gentleman of high professional Abilities, will preclude the Necessity of any further Eulogium. The Guide to Landlords and Tenants, by Robert Sutton, " Esq. possesses a Degree of Merit far beyond the Generality " of Works of that Size, being a judicious and well- selected " ArrangemeDt of such Matters as usually occur on those " Points in Ihe common Transactions of Life, and properly " attended to would frequently prevent Applications to the " Courts of Law, and be the Means of adjusting Differences " without Litigation or Animosity." London: Printed for J. STRATPORD, NO. 112, Hoibirn Hill, London ; and Sold by W. EDDOWES, Shrewsbury, and all other Booksellers. Where may be had, just published, in One Volume Octavo, Price 3s. 6d, sewed, THE LAW OF WILLS, CODICILS, and REVOCATIONS. With plain and familiar Instructions for Executors, Administrators, Devisees, and Legatees. In- cluding great Variety of Forms of Wills and Codicils, adapted to the Circumstances of all Persons, as well all the modern Decisions . aud Acts of Parliament on these Subjects. To which is adc^ ed, a clear and distinct Account of the LAW'S DISPOSAL of the ESTATES of those who die Intestate or without a WILL. With ample Instructions for obtaining Probates of Wills, and Letters of Administration, The fourth Edition with Additions. Bv EARDLRY MITFORD Esq. Conveyancer. BREAD. To his Majesty's Land Forces in Can- 1 lonments, Quarters, and Barracks, in the i undermentioned < Coun'ies a id Islands: Aiderr. ey Angfesea Red ford Berks Berwick Brecon Bucks Ca mbridge Cardigan Carmarthen Carnarvon Chester Cornwall, ( including \ ^ SciFJy) Cumberland Denbigh Derby Devon Dorset Durham Essex Flint Glamorgan Glocester Guernsey Hants Hereford Hertford Hunts Lie of Man Me of Wight Jersey Kent Lancaster Leicester Lincoln Merioneth Middlesex Monmouth Montgomery Norfolk Northampton Northumberland Nottingham Oxford Pembroke Radnor Rutland Salop Somerset Stafford Suffolk Surrey Sussex Warwick Westmoreland Wilts Worcester York And in the several Counties in Nortl 1 Britain. J That the Deliveries are to commence on and for the % 5th Day of April next ; that. ' Proposals in Writing, sealed Up and marked " Tender for Army Supplies," will be received at this O/ Uce onorbejore Thursday, the 5th Day nf April, ( but none will be received after Twelve o'Clock on that Day), and if sent by Post, the Foitage must be paid. Proposals must be made separately for each County and Island, except for the Counties co- uprising North and South Wales, all of zvhich must be included in one Tender, as also must the several Comities in Notth Britain ; and each Proposal must have the Letter which is annexed to the Tender properly filled up, by t oo Persons of known Property engaging ( 0 become bound with the Person tendering in the Amount stated in ihe printed Particulars for th » due Performance of the Contract ; and no Proposal will be noticed unless made, on a printed Tender, an a ( he Prices expressed in Words at. length, nor unless the Parties, or some Person on their behalf, attend on the following Day to know the Decision thereon; and should it so happen that during the Continuance of the Contract, no Troops should be stationed or supplied in the County, the Expenses of the Con- tract and Bond paid in the first Instance by the Contractor, to be refunded to him by the Commissary in Chief. Particulars of the Contracts may be had upon Application at this Office, between the Unas of FJewn und Five; at the Office of Dcputij Commissary General Lindsay, Edinburgh ; at the Office of Assistant Commissary Luscombe, Guernsey ; and at the Office of Assistant Commissary Dumaresq, Jersey. Note.— As some very material Alterations have been made in the Bread, Oat, and Forage Tenders, such Persons as ma? be desirous of tendering to supply thi same, must apply for the proper Particulars. OATS. To his Majesty1? Cavalry in Canton- ments and Quarter.' in the undermention- ed Counties am- Llands Anslcsea Bedford Berks Berwick Brecon Bucks Cambridge Cardigan Carmarthen Carnarvon Chester Coruwa'l Cumberland Denbigh Derby Devon Dorset Durham Essex Flint Glamorgan Qlocester Hants Hereford Hertford Hunts Me 01 Wight Kent Lancaster Leicester Lincoln Merioneth M iddlcsex Monmou'h Montgomery Norfolk Northampton^ Northumberland Nottingham Oxford Pembroke Radnor Rutland Salop Somerset Stafford Suffolk Surrey Sussex Warwick Westmoreland Wilts Worcester York. W! TROJAN, ILL 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 from Blemish of any Description. He is by Sir Peter Teazle; his Dam by Moss's Old Snap, fitc. Sec. aud will be seveu Years old next May. T " lO COVER, at THE ROYALS, near Nant- wich, Cheshire : DIAMOND, ( Sire of Brilliant, Noblessa, Violet, Master Diamond, Mary, Fairy Queen, and other Winners in Ireland); At FIVE GUINEAS each Marc, aud Half- a- Guinea the Groom. Good Accommodations for Mares and Foals, at 7s. per Week. AH Demands to be paid before the Mares are taken away. At the same Place, GOLDEN HERCULES, At ONE GUINEA, and Half- a- Crown. T CHILBLAINS Are prevented from breaking, and their tormenting Itching instantly removed, by Whiteheads Essence of Mustard, LTNlVtRSALLY esteemed for ils extraordinary ) Efficacy in Rheumatisms, Palsies, Gouty Affections, and Complaints of the Stomach ; but where this certain re- medy has been unknown or neglected, and the Chilblains have actually suppurated, or broke, Whitehead's Family Cerate will ease, the pain, and very speedily heal them. They are prepared and sold by R. JOHNSTON, Apothecary, 15, Greek Street, Soho, London, the Essence and Pills at 2s. Oil, each— the Cerate at Is. l| d. Tliey are sold by F. PDOW ES, New ling, and Palin, Shrewsbury; Painter, Wrex- ham ;. Baugh, Ellesmere; lloulston, Wellington; Silvester, Newpui t; I'mdgers, Ludlow; Partridge, and Gitton, Brid;/. north; Edwards, Price, and Minsball, O'Westiv; and by every Medicine Vender in the United Kingdom. The genuine has a block Ink Stamp with the Name of R. Johnston inserted on it. T A KKESH SUPPLY. W. EDDOWTS, Printer, Shrewsbury, has received a fresh supply of the following excellent and celebrated medicines, via, ^ HE CORDIAL BALM OF GiLEAD, so universally resorted to for ils extraordinary superiority in removing all Complaints of the Stomach, Relaxations of the Solids, Nervous Weakness, the deleterious effects of hot climates, and particularly the dl- consequcnces of intemperance; in short, in every case where the constitution has been reduced by d sease or irregularity, the good effects of the Cordial Balm ot Gilead are unequalled. Also, The ANTl- IMPETIGINES, or SOLOMON's DROPS, the most powcrlul alterative, purifier and sweetener of the blood ever yet discovered, and ncy be confidently relied on as the most safe and certain remedy For the SCL^ VY, Scrofula, King's Evil, Scorbutic Eruptions, Leprosy, and other disorders arising iroxu an impure or impaired state of the blood and lymph, * Likew. WN The ABSTERGENT LOTION and DETERGENT OINTMEN T, at 4s. fid. each, for pimpled Faces, Sore Legs, and all kinds of Old Wounds, Ulcers, Scrofula ami Scurvy, humours after Ihe Small Pox, Measles, & c, with directions, in which the treatment of cach disorder is explained. The words M SAML. SOLOMON, LIVERPOOL," are engraved o « the stamp, which purchasers for their own safety will be particular in observing. ^ O COVtR THIS SEASON, at GARTH, near Welshpool, PAVILION. Thorough- bred Mares at FIVE GUINEAS, aud a CROWN the Groom : Half- bred Mares and others, at THREE 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, Mile Racing Calendar and Stud Book. The astonishing Cures dniiv performed by Smith's Ploughman's Drops, FOR ihe Care ot the King's Evil, Scurvy, Venereal Disease, Barrenness, Weakness, & c. have established their reputation in the highest degree, and have placed them far above the venemous tooth of calumny. During the last twelve months, only one remained out of two hundred and sixty patients iu the neighbourhood of Shrews- bury, but. was relieved from the jaws of death, and perfectly cured, and the flesh of that one unfortunate person was putrified, his blood exhausted, and his bones loiteu by the USE of MERCURY ; against which infernal antidote to the health of mankind, the Ploughman's Drops act os a grand enemy, destroying at once tbe pernicious effects of all mer- curial preparations, never failing to drive the fiery viper from the body, and restoring it to health aud vigour! — Females, in particular, will find a certain and happy relief in the too many infirmities incident. to the sex, and ought never to be without them as a valuable Household Medicine. ' These Drops are to be had in square Bottles, with these Words moulded on each " Mr. Smith's Ploughman's Drops," all others are spurious, at„£ l. 2s. the large, and lis. the small, Duty included, at the Doctor's House, Upton Magna, near Shiewsbury ; and may be badof EDDOWES, Shrewsbury ; Capsey, Wellington; Yates, Iroubridge; Partridge, Bridg- north ; Silvester, Newport; Griffiths, Ludlow ; Baugh, Elles- mere ; Jones, Printer, Whitchurch ; Procter, Drayton; Price, Oswestry; Painter, Wrexham ; Waidson, Welshpool; Nicholson, Stourport; Gore, Printer, and Jones, Druggist, Haymarket, Liverpool. EPILEPSY.— Tnis malady is said to bave carried off the late DUKR of PORTLAND, after he had submitted to, and survived, a most painful operation. The death of the Noble Duke mieht, and no doubt did originate in that disease ; but that Epilepsy was succeeded by Apoplexy is at least al qeitain. It will be seen on reference to an advertisement in the newspaper, that the Epilepsy is a disease which has, in most cases, resisted the power of medicine, and which very commonly terminates in Apoplexy; but that a professional gentleman has at length discovered a remedy ( Dr. Taylor's Anti- spasmodic Pills) which is the only pieparation that was ever offered as a specific in that complaint; and which is also a preventive of that mortal malady the Apoplexy. In the North of England particularly, it has been applied with wonderful success; and is there in such general request, that orders, most anxiously pressing, have been received by the proprietors for fresh supplies.— Dr. Taylor's Anti- spasmodic Pills are sold, wholesale and retail, by Barclay and . Son, 95, Fleet Market, London ; by the Printer of thi* paper, and all respectable medicine venders ; pi ice is 6d. per box, with explicit directions. TWO . Crown the GUINEAS and a 1810.— SULTAN, AT T. HILES's, Abbey- Foregate, Shrewsbury, will Cover at THliEE GUINEAS. SULTAN was got by St. Paul, St. Paul by Saltratn, out of Purity, Dam of Buckingham. The Dam of Sultan wasFanttv, by Weazel; VVeazel was got by Old Herod.— For Sultan's Performances vide Hacing Calendar. Sultan will be at the Feathers Inn, Ludlow, every Monday ; from Ludlow through Corvedale to Bridgnorth, every Tuesday and Wednesday Morning; at Wellington every Thursday 5 aud at Home every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until ll2 o'CIock.— He will be at Home on Monday, the ' 26th March. ' The Money to be paid at Midsummer; if not, to be charged IIutf- a- Guinea more. Mares barren last Year, to be covered at half Price. Good Grass for Mares, ot six Shillings per Week. rf^ O Cover this Season, at LUDLOW, at A GUINEAS and a HALF each Mare, and a Ci Groom, ( thoiough- bred Mares FIVE HALF), LOP, which has been an excellent good Runner, late the Property of Colonel Lechmere Charlton, deceased, but now in the Possession of J AMRS CULLIRR, and KICHARD COILIER, Veter- inary Surgeon.— He is a beautiful Horse, 15 Hands 2 Inches high, remarkable for his great Strengihand beautiful Action ; b ed by Sir J. Rouse, Bart, got by Crop, and his Dam by Alexis, by Herod, Graudam by Blank, by the Godolphui Arabian ; his great Grandam Grey Snip, by Snip, Crop was got by Turt, and his Dam by the Combe Arabian ; Turf was got by Match'em, by Cade, Son of the Godolphiu Arabian. Lop's Stuck is lemarkably handsome and of great Size; be is the Sire of L. House's famous Horse Wood Dtcmou ; be is the Sire also Of General Grosvenor's Woodcutter. He will be at the Oak lun, Tenbury, every Tuesday • the Lion Inn, Leominster, eiery other Friday; Bridgnorth every other Saturday ; and the rest of his Time at Home. Good Grass a! 6s. od. per Week, au. l proper Care will be taken of i he M- ires. Ma res Covered by Lop that prove Barren, uiay be Covered at half Price next Year.— The Money lor Covering and Keen to be paid on or before the 24ih of J une next. BANKRUPTS— MARCH 10. Josenh Cooper, Chester, wheelwright, March20, 01, April21, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool.— Thomas Davies, Chester, glover March 22, 23, April 21, at the Feathers Inn, Chester.— Thoina* Johnson, Maecelsfield, Cheshire, victualler, March 19. 22, April 21, at the Bull's Head Inn, Macclesfield.— John Garnett anil Christian Frederick Speyer, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, merchants, March 28, 29, April 21, ai the Swan Inn, Huddersfield Tread- way Sheppard ami John Black, Baking- lane, Loudon, merchants March 1.3, 2+, April 21, at Guildhall Jol- n Hardy Jackson, Selby, Yorkshire, master and mariner, March 17, 24," April 21, at Guildhall, London— John Roberts, Tottenham- court Rosd, baker, March 17, 28, April 21, at Guildhall.— William M'Ken- zie, Covcnt- garden, merchant, March 1: 5, 27, April! 21, at Guild- hall, Loudon— EdwardThornlev, Hinckley, Leicestershire, money scrivener, March 19, 20, April 21, at the George lao, Hinckley. — Thomas Raphael Hobbes, Mary- le- bone park, inusic- master, March 13, 27, April 21, at Guildhall, London.-- Richard Willis Young, Avon- street, Bath, slopseller, March27, 29, April 21, at the Christopher Inn, Bath.— Philip Prina, Brewer- street, Goldeu- square, jeweller, March 17, April 21, at Guildhall, London. — Edward William Davev, Paradise- street, Rolherhithe, ship- joiner, March 17, 24, April 91, at Guildhall, London.— James Dove, Wexham- house, Buckinghamshire, money scrivener, March 13, 20, April 21, at Guildhall", London. M ARCH 13.]— James Waidson, of Clieshunt, Hertfordshire tailor, March 17, 27, April 24, at Guildhall, London James Whitehead and Charles Whitehead, of Hanley, Staffordshire, earthenware manufacturers, April 4, 5, 24, at the Swan lin, Hanley .— Arthur Draketord, of Coleshill, Warwickshire, butcher, April 6, 7, 24, at the Swan Inn, Culeshill — John Reed, of Bath, confectioner, March 26, 27, April24, at the Lamb Inn, Raili.— John Phillips, late of East Sionehouse, Devonshire, stone mason, April 3, 4, 24, at the Fountain Tavern, Plymouth Dock. James Payne, of Burrilum, E- sex, clothes salesman, linen draper and groccr, March 17, 24, April 24, at Guildhall, London — William Butcher, of Bnghthelm- itone, Sussex, plumber, painter, and glazier, March 17, 27, April 24, at Guildhall, London William Husk, of Hainpstead, Middlesex, haberdasher and perfumer, Marcti 11, 27, April 21, at Guildhall, London.— James Richards and JohnS iiHteraon, late of Tunbridge, Rent, fanners, March 17, 24, April 24, at Guildhall, London.— Tlieopilus Clive and Samuel Hichardaou, of Tokenhouse Yard, London, merchants, March 17, 24, April 24, at Guildhall, London.— William Straw, of Long Acre, Middlesex, chee emouger, March 24, Apri' 3, 24, at Guild- liall, Lornlon.— Rice Price anit William Cross, of Briilol. mer- chants, March 16, April 11, 21, at Guildhall, Loudon.— John Maxted, of Litile Earl- street, Middlesex, victualler, March 17, 31, April 24, at Guildhall, London—. laines Baker, ot Token- house yard, Li thbury, London, merchant, March 17, 31, April 24, a' Guildhi. il, London. — Gideon Hewitt, late of Souihmollon- street, St. George, H. nove( Square, Middle- ex, ta lor, March 17, 31, April 21. Guildhall, Lonuon.— John Ballard, ot Birming. haul, Warwickshire, coal aud corn dealers, March 17, 31, AuriL 24, at Guildha'l, London Printed aid published by IV. hddowes, Corn- Market, ijnreiu K- J.
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