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The Salopian Journal

09/01/1811

Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
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Shropshire Newspaper - With News from Herefordshire and Wales
Date of Article: 09/01/1811
Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Address: Corn-Market, Shrewsbury
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PRINTED BY WILLIAM EDDOWES, Vol. 18.] N0' 885. Wednesday, 0;? ffiiiij 1 CORN- MARKET, SHREWSBURY. January 9, 1811. 7YH5 Paver is circulated in the most expeditious Manner through the adjoining Counties of ENGLAND and WALES.— Advertisements not exceeding ten Lines, inserted at Five Shi/ lings and Sixpence each. Trice Sixpence Halfpenny. SCHOOL BOOKS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CROSBY and Co. Stationers' Court, Paternoster Row, beg to inform tbe Trade and the Public, they keep a constant Supply of' FNGLISH, FRENCH, and LATIN School Books, on tbe most reasonable Terms. A new Improver! Edition, 3s. hound. CROSBY's ELEGANT EDITION of TOMKINS'S POEMS 011 various Subjects, intended toenfbrce the Practice ofVirtue, ami to comprise the Realities of English Poetry. Another edition, on fine foolscap, with elegant plates, 4s 6d. A second Edition of TenThousnnd Copies, improved & enforced. ENFIELD'S GENF. KAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONA- RY of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE, shewing at one view, the Orthography, Explanation, Accentuation, and Pronunciation of all the purest and most approved terms, accoiding to the eminent present Lexicographers, Orators, & c. 4s, bound. " To express bv letters the nice distinction between sounds is no easy task : in the work before tia, the author has taken no stria!' pains. His icheme of the vowels makes them com- prehend twenty . two sounds, and that of the consonants re- presents their powers to be numerous. We are pleased w ith his mode of pronunciation. The paper is good, anil the typo- graphy is neat." Monthly Review, Feb. 1808. THE YOUNG LADY'S NEW GUIDE to ARITHM ETIC, the common Rtilesand Questions on Domestic Affairs, with the Applications of each Rule, the Method ol making out Bill, of Parcels, Receipts, Notes, & c. 6th edition enlarged, 2s. bound. By John Greig, private Teacher of Wiiting, Geogra- phy, nnd Mathematics, Chelsea. By the stime Author, AN INTRODUCTION to the USE of the GLOBES for Youth of both Sexes, ' id. edition, enlarged and improved, Ss. Ihe sixth Edition, revised and considerably augmented with several Articles of original Matter, 5s. bound, or ou fine paper fur Gentlemen's Libraries, 6s. I\ t extra boarcls, ESSAYS ON RHETORIC. Abridged chiefly from Dr. BI. AlR's Lectures on tbat Science, comprehending Definitions and Criticisms upon Taste and Genius Structnreof Sentences, anrl the Sublimity ic Beauty inWriting Origin nf Language Dilferent Styles Structure of theF. uglisb Tongue Figures of Rhetoric Art of forming an elegantStyle Eloquence, and its origin Eloquence of Popular Assem- blies Conduct of a Discourse Poetry, its Origin and Progress FISHER'S YOUNG MAN's BEST COMPANION, the genuine edition, with plates, 1810, 4s. bonud. A new Edition, improved by Mr. Levelt, Is. sewed. THE EXPEDITIOUS INSTRUCTOR ; or Art of Read- ing. Writing, and Aiithmetic rendered easy : containing, 1. Directions for writing a free 4. Forms of Bills of Parcels, Hand Recipts, Notes, and Bills 2. Grammar and Punctuation of Exchange, & c, & c. 3. Arithmetic, Geography, auii Astronomy The Fifth Edition, corrected by Mr. Mnlham, Is. ANEW EASY INTRODUCTION to BOOK- KEEPING, toy the Rev. R. 1 uruer. Author of Geography and Introduction to the Aris, See. LOWNDES'S New and Complete HISTORY ol ENG- I. AND, from the Invasiou to the present time. By Question and Answer, including the recent Transactions in Denmark, Battle of Copenhagen, & c. 12mo. new edition, 5s. " is. 6d extra boards. ORIGINAL FABLES. By a Lady. Dedicated to her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. Embel- lished with fiftv- fnur Engravings on Wood, by the first Artists. CROSBY'S ELEGANT PRECEPTOR, or Introduction to the Knowledge of the World; containing Instructions in Morality, and other useful and ornamental accomplishments, Is. 6d. CROSBY's LONDON UNIVERSAL LETTER WRITER, a great variety of plain, easy, entcitainiug, and familiar Orieina! Letrets on the various occasions iu Life, Forms of Petitions, Methods of Addressing Supeiiors, Instructions for Writing, c. Is. sewed. 3j. 6tl or on fine royal paper, 5s. tv/. extra boards, THE SURVEYOR'S GUIDE, oi a Treatise on Practical Land Surveying, in Seven Parts, the Method of Drawing, Re- ducing, or Augmenting Plans, illustrated with many wood cuts. The 2d edition, enlaiged. By J. Cotes, Suiveyorat Wirkswoith, in Derbyshire, the most difficult cuuuty to survey iu the kingdom. Foui/ h Edition, 8vo. 8f. boards, A NEW SYSTEM OF SHORT HAND, hy which more may he written in one Hour, than in one Houi and a Half by any other published, which is proved by Comparison ; also a Method by which any Person may determine, before he be- gins to learn, if this System will enable him to follow a Speaker; with copper plates. By Samuel Richardson, late Teacher at Chester, Liverpool, & c. 5s. boards, or 5s. fd. bound, THE ELEMENTS of ENGLISH EDUCATION for Youth of both Sexes, with Maps, Wood Cuts, &. C. containing the leading parts of English Literature, by John Brown, Master of un Academy, Kingston. THE NEW PLEASING INSTRUCTOR; or, an Intro- ductiou to the various Speakers, consisting of select Pieces ill Prose and Verse, from modern Authors, 3s. fid. I round. TOOKE's PANTHEON, or Heathen Gods, Heroes, & c. with many plates, 6s. 6d, bound. Another neBt edition, 4s. 6d. GEOGRAPHY for Childien, an Easy Method of teaching Geography ; from Du Fresnoy. Mr. Poole's new aud im- proved edit. 2i. BINNS's EXERCISES, instructive and entertaining, ill false English. 13th edition, Is. 6d. MOORE's ( HAMILTON) PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR, with Tables to find the Latitude and Longitude at Sea, a new edition, 1810, 8vo. 12s. Sold by W. EDDOWES, Wood and Watton, Newling, and Morris, Shrewsbury ; Hnulstons, Wellington ; Smith, Iron- Brid|. e and Weulock ; Silvester, Newport; Wright, Whit- church; the Booksellers in Chester; J. Painter, Wrexhain ; and by all other Booksellers. " I^ EAR 20 Years Experience, together with an HENDERSON'S MODERN COOKERY, The Sixteenth Edition, Containing all the Improvements in the Art to the Year 1811. This Day is published, Price SIX PEJVCE, Embellished with a PORTRAIT of Mr. J. C. SCHNEBBEUE, and a View nf the ALBANY. Piccadillv, London, NUMBER 1. ( to be continued Weekly), of The Housekeeper's Instructor; UNIVERSAL" FAMILY COOK. BEING a full and clear Display of the ART of COOKERY, in all its various Branches. Ai. so, THE WHOLE ART OF CONFECTIONARY, PICKLING, PRESERVING, & c. The making aud keeping in Perfection British lfir. es; and proper Rules for Brewing. TO WHICH IS ADOED, The Complete Art of Carving, ILLDSTRATEII WITH TWENTY- THREE ENGRAVINGS; And Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. The Manner of decorating a Table, displayed by Copper Plates. Directions for Maiketing. Observations on Culinary Poisons, And the Management of the Kitchen and Fruit Garden. The Whole formed on an entire new Plan, BY WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HENDERSON, CORRECTED, REVISED, AND CONSIOERABLY IMPROVED By every modern Addition and Variation in the Art, BY JACOB CHRISTOPHER SCHNEBBEL1E, Late Apprentice lo Messrs. Tupp and Perry, Oxford. Street; afterwards Cook at Me'. un's Hotel, Bath, and the Albany, London. Ptinted for J. STRATFORD, No. 112, Holborn- Hill, London; sold by W. EDDOWES. Shrewsbury, arid all other Booksellers and Newscairieis in the United Kingdom. This Woik may be had complete in Fourteen Numbers, Price fid. each, or Eight Slidlings neatly bound. NEW QUARTO EDITION OF THE LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PASTURE, & ARABLE LAND, & c. To be Let, and entered upon at Lady Day next, IN LOTS, SEVERAL Pieces of rich feeding Pasture, Arable, aud Meadow Ijind, which may be irrigated to great Advantage, consisting of 150 Acres, or thereabouts ; Parts of GARTH FARM, in the holding of Mr. Tudor, and TREF- NANT FARM, ill the holding of Mr. Bow en ; very con- veniently situated upon the Turnpike Koad betweeu Pool and Guilsfield, about a Mile from each Place Also, a substantial Brick- built sashed DWELLING HOUSE, in the Church- Street, in Hie Town of POOL, with suitable Offices, Stable, Garden, and a Piece of rich pasture Land near the Town, in the Possession of Mr. Pavn. Enquire ( if Mr. ROUTLEDOE, Pentrego.— EDWARD WIL- LIAMS, of Garth, or Samuel Farmer, of Pool, will shew the Premises. Montgomeryshire, TO BE LET, And entered upon at Lady- Day next, in Lots t ARABLE, PASTURE, & MEADOW LANDS, which may be irrigated to great Advantage, to the Amount of 160 Statute Acres, of a FARM called RED HOUSE, situate very near to the Village ol KERRY, in the Possession of Mr. John Williams. The Arable Lands are particularly atlapied to the Turnip Husbandry. ALSO, A SHEEPWALK, containing 140 Statute Acres, or thereabouts, of sound fertile Laud, intended to be inclosed and subdivided, lying up to the great Road to Llanidloes upon the North Side, to that leading to Velindre upon tbe East, to that leading to Presande upon the West, and to the River, which divides thffCoinities of Montgomery aud Radnor, upou the South Side thereof. Enquire of EVAN STEPHENS, Esq. Newtown; or Mr. ROUT- LEDGK, Pentrego, Myfod. John Jones, of New House, uear Kerry, Carpenter, will shew the Premises. Garth, October 29, 1810. On Saturday, December 29, 1810, was published, Pi ice only Six. penee, Embellished with a Portrait of OUR SAVIOUR, by Honwood, NUMBER 1. ( to be continued Weekly), of THE EI'AXGELICAL IIISTOR Y THE LIFE AND ACTIONS OF £> ut LorD atit> ^ abtottr JESUS CUEIST. CONTAINING an Account of hi* Sufferings, Death, Resurrect ion, and Ascension, and of the Miracles, Discourses, and Events, recorded in the Gospels. To which is added, the Elfves of the Apostles, Evangelists, and Primitive Martyrs $ a Chronological Table ofthe Affairs relative to the Church, from the Birth of Christ till the Reign of Constantine the Great j and a copious Index : with an Introduction, containing an Essay on the Evidences of Christ- ianity, and a complete View of the Old Testament Prophecies relative to the Messiah. WITH CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY NOTES. By the REV. JAMES NEWTON, LL. D. The many Editions ofthe LIFE OF CHRIST, which have of late issued from the Press, seem to preclude the Necessity of a Ne-. v One, but the Author and Publisher, without meaning to depreciate any contemporary Publication, feel consent that all has not been, done that might be done to furnish the Chiistian Reader with an elegant and Complete History of the Ijfe and Actions of our ble » sed Lord and Saviour, decorated with Embellishments suitable to the Grandeur and Sublimity of the Subject.— To render this Editi > n of THE LIFE OF CHRIST more particularly acceptable to the Religious World, a strict Attention has been paid to the Evidences between the New Testament and the Old* and it is brought forward with a Degree of Elegance superior to Works of a similar Nature. No Ex pence ha* beenspured to collect the mobt interesting Subjects for the Engraver, aud the Manner in which the Embellish- ments are executed reflect equal Credit on the Artist. The Types are new and cast purposely for the. Work; the Paper is of the first Manufacture. Such is the Nature of the Publication now offered to the Reader, and it is trusted, he will not find himself disappointed in his Expectations by a Perusal, as every Care and Exertion has neen used to make it an acceptable Tribute to THE CHRISTIAN WORLD. Every Number shall contain twelve Pages of Letter- Press, handsomely printed. — Every alternate Number a superb Engraving. The Whole shall be completed in Fifty Numbers, forming one handsome Volume in Quarto. The fitfct Number may be had for Perusal, and the Money returned if not approved of. A List of Subscribers will be printed gratis. London ; published hyj. STRATFORD, No. 112, Holborn. Hill ; sold by W. EDPOWES, Shrewsbury, and all Booksellers 811( 1 Nchkiucii. Speediiy will be published, in 9 volumes octavo, rliHE DRAMATIC WORKS of JOHN FORD, JL with an introduction and explanatory notes, By HENRY WEBER, Esq. Edinburgh: printed for AncbD. CONSTABLE and Co. Ed- inburgh; aud CONSTABLE, HINTER, PARK., and HUNTER, London. Sold also by W. EDDOWES, Printer, Shrewsbury. Few of our early dramatists have suffered hitherto such underserved neglect as Ford, w hose genius may challenge comparison with that of any of his contemporaries. He was coeral with Fletcher and Massiilger, an() others who succeed- ed Shakespeare, whom he imitated with considerable success, Though he acquired great reputation in the reign of Charles I. his plays have never, with the exception of two, been reprinted ; and arc now, for the first time, collected in an uniform edition. EDUCATION. PREF. S- tlACL, SHROPSHIRE, ISS GREGORY acquaints her Friends and the Public, that on Lailv Day, 1811, ( under the Patronage of LADV KII. LMOREV) she purposes to commence a SEMINARY at Prees- Hall, ( the late Residence of Sir John Hill, Bart.) for educating young Ladies, in the several De- partments of Instruction, and polite Literature. PREES llAt. t. is about 15 Miles from Shrewsbury, and five Miles from Whitclmrch ; from whence Masters of all l> e. sci iptious will attend. The House is in an airy, pleasant Situation, with many circumstances attending it suitable to the Purpose. Miss GR ECORY hopes, hy uiiremittin? Attention to the Health, Morals, and Education of those Pupils, whose Parents or Guardians mav honour her with Ihe dare of Iheie Children , to merit and insure ttieir Patronage and Support, Terms, and othei Particulars, m., y be known bv Appli- cation to Miss GREGORY, at Mr. Marshall's, Prees; or to Mr. Jones, Printer, Whitchurch. To MERCERS, MILLINERS, & DRESS- MAKERS^ MISS PARTON, Milliner, & c. Shrewsbury, impressed wilh Sentiments of Gratitude to a generous Public for the many Favours she has received since her com- mencement iu Business, which she means to decline ; begs Leave to offer to her Friends and the Public, all her valuable STOCK IN TRADE at PRIM F. COST— Peisons desirous of commencing Business in any of tbe above Branches, have a very favourable Opportunity of being accommodated with the Whole or Part of iheS, lock, the House, Shop, Sic. Letters addressed ( Post- paid) to Miss PARTON, St. John's Sueet, will be dnlv attended to. TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, lhat the TOLLS aiising at the Toll Gates erected on the Turnpike Roads leading fiom ELLESMERE to SHREWSBURY, and from ELLESMERE to OSWESTRY, in Ihe County of Salop, called or known by tbe Names of Cotton Hill Gate, Stockett Gate, and Hardwick Gale, with the Side Gates thereto re- spectivelv belonging, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION, to the best Bidders, at Ihe House of Mr. Richard Joy, known by the Sign uf the RED LION Inu, in Cockshutt, in the said County of Salon on WEDNESDAY, the SIXTH Day of FEBRUARY next, between the Hour, of Twelve aud Two in the Afternoon ( for one or more. Years as thall then be agreed upou, com- mencing from Lady- Dav next), in the Manner directed by the Act passed in Ihe 15th Year of the Reiguof his Majesty King Geoige the Third, " for regulating the Turnpike Roads:" which Tolls produced the last Year the following Sums above the Expenee of collecting thein, ( viz.) £ s. d. Cotton Hill Gate 522 0 0 Stockett Gate 2rt3 0 0 Hardwick Gale 40 I 0 Whoever happen to be the best Bidders, must at tbe same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties ( who9hall person- ally attend) lo the Satisfaction of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads, for the Payment of the Rent agreed tor, and i at such Times as they shall direct; and the Trustees then ! and there present will proceed lo the ELECTION of NEW , TRUSTEES, in the ltoom of those who are dead, or who have resigned or declined to act, AND NOTICE is hereby further given, that the said I Trustees intend, at the Time and Place aforesaid, to proceed i to make such Order or Orders as may then be thought proper, for the Purpose of taking down all such lucroachuients as have been made on the Turnpike Road leading from the Town of Ellesinete to the Town of Shrewsbury, and for widen- ing and enlarging the Whole of the last- mentioned Road to ! the full Breadth of Thirty Feet; and if any Person or Persons j may think that either himself, herself, or themselves will be | injured or aggrieved by any such Older or Proceeding, he, she, or they may make Complaint thereof to the said Trustees, at the Time and Place aforesaid. PETER PRITCHARD, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike Roads. Ellesmere, V9lh December, 1810. extensive Sale, has sufficiently proved that FORD's Pectoral Balsam of Horehound has the pre- eminence over every uther Medicine, yet offered lo Ihe Public, for radically curing the must obstinate Coughs, Asthmas, Hooping Cough, Consumptions, and all Disorders of the Breast aud Lungs. Horehound is an Herb which has ever been esteemed by the most able Physicians, for its salubrious Qualities in the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, and all Pulmonary Com- plaints. As the usual Method of using it was attended w ilh considerable Inconvenience, the Pioprietor of this Medicine was induced to offer the Public au elegant Preparation Horn that universal and well- known Herb, and the distinguished Approbation it has received from an impartial and generous Public, is a sufficient Testimony of its superior Virtue over every other Medii ine. The Public are parliculaily requested to observe that each Bottle of the Balsam of Hoicliouud is enclosed in an Alfidavit, made before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of the City of London, June the 7th, 1805, and signed by the Proprietor, without, which it cannot be genuine. Sold in Bottles at 10s. 6d. 4s. 6a. 2s 9d. and Is. 1 Jil. R. FORD respectfully informs the Public, that the large Bottles aie made larger iu Proportion to the Price; as the 10s. t> d. Bottle contains Ihtee of 4s. Oil.— The 4s. fid. Bottle two of 2s, 9d.— The 2s. 9d. Bottle three of the small Is. l£ d. Sold by Dicey aud Co. Newbtry and Suns, Shaw and Edwards, Barclay and Sons, Howard and Evaus, Johnston, W. Gteen, by the Proprietor, Gosivel - place, Islington, R. Butler, London; by W. EIIDOWES, Printer of this Paper, Shrewsbury; aud all other lespcctable Venders in every Town in the United Kingdom, TO BUILDERS. ANY Person, or Persons, willing to contract for the Repairs of the PARISH CHURCH, of WELSH POOL, in the County of Montgomery, are debited to send heir Proposals, in Writing, to Mr. F. UWARD PUGH, or Mr. THOMAS MORRIS, the Churchwardens, in Pool, on or before Friday, January 18lh, 1811 ; on which Day the Committee appointed for the Management thereof, will meet at the Vestry- room in the said Church, at twelve o'Clock, to take such Proposals into Consideration, and contract lor the Ex. ecutiou. The Repairs consist chiefly in stripping the whole of the Roof, and covering it with Llangynog, Oirnant, or Carnarvon- shire States, taking up ail the Lead Gutters, Vallies, Hips, and Ridges, re- castnig the Lead, laying them anew, aud erecting four stacks of Lead Pipes, new Siepsand Flagging to Entrance, of Free. stone, repairing the Glass Windows, and painting the Iron- « urk, repairing and whitewashing the Cieliugs and Cor uices, repairing and colouring the Walls, See. S| iecific6ticns of the different Works may he seen by ap- plying to the Churchwardens, in Pool, or to Mr. THOMAS JONES, Surveyor, Oswestry, in the County of Salop. Security for Performance of Contract, wilt he required. IRICHARD BENNION, Surgeon, Man- wife, and Apothecary, at LLANDRINIO, in theC Mid- „, . Couuty of Montgomery, DO hereby inform all Persons, that I shall nor will prescribe any Thing for any One henceforward on the SABBATH DAY, except upon CASES of EMERGENCY. Given under my Hand this 27th Day of December, 1810, at Llandrinio. ft. R. N. B. Permit me to return my most sincere Thanks to numberless Patients by whom I have been employed, likewise to all my Well wishers. DISCOUJVT. CASH to an unlimited Amount for BILLS ac- cepted by London Bankers ( not exceeding two Months' Date) at the usual Ranking Commission only, bv Osborne and Co. Bankers and Banking Agents for Country Residents, Budge Row, London, who also LEND the ACCEPTANCES of their own BANKING HOUSE on Stock in Trade, Mer- chandise, or Securities being deposited as a Guarantee. No letters admitted unless Post free. TO BE LET, And entered upon the 1st Day of May next, A NEW. ERECTED DWELLING HOUSE, handsomely finished, consisting nf a Vestibule, two goi « l pailours, Kitchen, & c on the Ground Floor; a Draw iug Room and well sized Bedchambers, upon the first and second Stories; with commodious Offices, a Pump, Yard, and Garden theieunto belonging, situate iu WILLOW STREET, in tbe Town of OSWESTRY, now iu the Holding .. f Air. Evan Jones. Apply to Mr. T. L. JONES, Solicitor, Oswestry, THOMAS WHITTLE, and Co. RESPECTFULLY inform their Friends and the Public, that in Consequence of an Order made at the General Assembly of the Ellesmere Canal Proprietors, on Wednesday, the 2tlth of November last, enforcing their full Act of Parliament Tonnage, we are under the Necessity of advancing the Rates of Freight between the undermentioned Places; to commence the lst of January, 1811. To and from Chester and Grmdley Brook, PER TON new Whitchurch. » . d. Malt, Grain, Flour 15 0 Cheese, Groceries, Porter, Hides, Hemp, Tallows, and Goods in geoernl 16 5 Deals and Deal Balk . Id 1 Oak Timber ( sided) 4d. V per Foot. Ditto ( round) 5d. > Bark ... . 16 S To and from Chester and Edstason ! VharJ, near I fern. Hops per packet 2 0 Malt, Grai i, and Ftonr 15 0 Pig- Lead Pig- iron, Slates, and Kelp 15 0 Cheese, Groceries, Linens, Wine, Fruit, Porter, Hides, Hemp, Tallows, Woollens, and Goods in general 20 0 Deal and Deal Balk 4d. 1 Oak Timber ( sided) 5d. C per Foot. Ditto ( round) 6d. ) Oak Bark 20 0 To nnd from Edslaslon and Santeich. Grain, Malt, Flour, and Goods iu general 15 0 SCHOOL BOOKS, ENGLISH, FRENCH, LATIN, GREEK, Sic. The following approved and established School Bonks are published by J. MAWMAN, 22, Poultry, London; sold also' 1> V W. Ennowts, Wood and Watton, Saudford, and Morris, Shrewsbury. ENGLISH. ANEW GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL. and COMMERCIAL GRAMMAR, and present State ol Ihe several Kingdoms ofthe World By WILLIAM GUTHRLE. Esq. Illustrated with a correct Set pf Maps, engraved from tbe rpost recent Observations and Draughts of Geographical Travellers. In one very large Voiiime, medium 8vo 18s bound; the Twentieth Edition, collected, and considerably enlarged. SUMMARY of MODERN GEOGRAPHY, 12mo. 3s. bound. CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY, being a second Part of a Summary of Geography, Ancient and Modem ; a new and unmoved Edition, 12ino. 3s. fid. PRACTICAL GEOGRAPHY, containing a concise View of Europe, A.- n,, Africa, and Ameiica. A fuller Description uf the same Parts. A select Table of the Latitude and Loni gitude of the must remarkable Places on the Earth A con- cise Index to Universal History, with Tables of the Kings of England and France. By J. Ouiseau, A. M. Fourth Edition,- considerably enlarged, in one Vol. 12mo. 4s. bound STUDY of ASTRONOMY, adapted to the Capacities of \ outh, in Twelve Familiar Dialogues, between a Tutor and Ins Pupil, explaining Ihe general Phenomena of the Heatenly Bodies, tbe Theory of the Tides, & e. Illustrated with Copper- plates. By John Stedman. Fourth Edition Is. 6it. bound. ' SUMMARY of ANCIENT HISTORY, from the earliest Ages, to the Dissolution of the Roman Empire, A. 1). 47( 3. With a Geographical Index, describing the Situation of the several Countries, Cities, Rivers, and Mountains, the Names of which occur in the History. 12mo. 4s. bound. ' K? fbis concise and cumplete Summary of Ancient His. torv contains the History of the Egyptians, Phoenicians. 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" The Act of the last Session nf Congress, concerning the commercial intercourse between tbe United Statesand Great Britain and France and Their Dependencies, havilig invited, in n new form, n termination of their Edicts against our central Commerce, copies of the Act were immediately forwarded to enr Ministers in I,. opdon end Pmis, with a view that its ob- ject might he within the early attention of the French ahd British- Governments. ' " By the communication received tlirn' our Minister at Batis. il appeared lhat a hnowlcdite or the Act by. the French Coveinmelit was followed liv a declaration that the Berlin and Mi'ah Decrees w'ei; e revolted, and wopld erase to haveoffect oil ihe first\ Tny of Novt mher ensuing. These Iveiiiir the only known Edicts of France, within the description of the Act, rii'. d the rcvcc.- ilion of them being such, that Urev censed at • hat ( lnt- e'to violate our ncritial Commerce; flic fact, ns pre- sriibed tiv the law, wasnnroiincetl by a Proclamation beaiiiig dale the « d dav of NjjWfpWr. " It would have well accorded Willi the concllintory views, indicated hv this pioeeeding OP the part of Trance, to have extended them to all the grounds of just complaint, which now remain unadjusted with the United States. It was particu- larly nr ricipated that, ns a further evidence of just disposi- tions towards them, restoration would have been immediately made- of the property of our'citizens seized under a misappli- cation of the principal reprisnls, combined with a miscon- struction of a law of the United States. This expectation has not been fulfilled. ' • " From the British Government no communication on the' subject of the Act has bct- n received. To a communication from cur Minister at London of the revocation by the French Government of its Berlinand Milan Decrees, it was answered that the British system would be relit qtilshed as soon as the repeal ofthe Frrncli: Decrees should have actually taken ( fleet, and the commerce of neutral nations liave been re- stored to ( lie condition in which it stood previously to the promulgation of those Decrees. This pledge, although it does not rieccssarih import, does not exclude the intention of relinquishing, along wilh the Orders in Council, the practice of these novel blockades, which have a like effect of interrupting our neutral com- merce. And this further justice to tbe United States is the rather to be looked for, ii nsniuch ns the bloc trades In question, being not more contrary to ( he established law of nations, than inconsistent with Ihe rules ofhlockade formerly recognized by Great Britain herself, could have no ailed red basis other than the nlea of retaliation pledged as the basis of the Orders in Coiircil. Under the modification of the original Orders of November, 1801, into the Orders of April, 1809, there is fn- deed scarcely a nominal distinction between the orders and the blockades. One of those illegitimate blockades, bearing date in May, 1806, having been expressly avowed fo be still unrescinded, and to be iti effect comprehended in the Orders in Council, w as too distinctly brought within the puiview of the Act of Congress not to be comprehended iu the explana- tion of the requisites to a compliance with it. The British Government was accordingly apprized by our Minister near it, that such was the light in which the subject was to be regarded. " In Ibis new posture of our relations with these powers, the consideration of Congress will he properly turned to a re- moval of doubts which may occur in the exposition, and difficulties in the execution, of the Act above cited." The message then adverts to some hostile acts of the Danish crnizers against American commerce, and to affairs in the part of Spanish America bordering on the territory of the United Slates, arising out of the slate of things existing in Old Spain— it proceeds lo detail various matters' of internal prosperity and policy, of which the state of Ihe revenue alone is particularly in- teresting to us. The following is the paragraph on lhat subject t— " T he receipts into the Treasury, during the vear ending on the 30th of September last ( and amounting to more than eight millions and a half of dollars) have exceeded the cur- rent expenses of the Government, including the interest cn ihe public debt. For the purpose of reimbursing at the end ofthe Vear 3,750.000 dollars, of the principal, a loan, as Authorized iiy law, hud been negotiated IO that amount, hut has since been reduced to 2,750,000 dollars, the reduction being per- mitted by the state of the Treasury, in which there will be a balance remaining at the end of the vear, estimated at 2,00( 1,000 dollars. For the probable receipts of the next vear, and other details, you will refer to statements which will be transmit. tr d from the Trepsuiy, and which will enable von lo judge what further provisions may be necessary for the ensuing years,, JAM FS MADISON." The, annual French Expos' submitted to the Con- servative Senate has been received. It is preceded by the following important decree : Conservative Semite. Sitting of the 10th Dec. 1810. The sitting commenced at. three in the afternoon; the Prince Arch- Chancellor of the Empire presided-. He read the following Message :— Message rf Ins Imperial end Royal Majesty. " Senaloit — I have ordered my Minister for foreign offairs • to communicate to you the several ciicumstahcrfs which oc- casion the junction of Holland with the empire. " The ciders published by the British Council in 180< i anil 1801 hove rent in pieces the public law of Europe. Anew order of things governs Ihe mm erse. New securities becom iug necmsnry to me, the junction ol the mot ths of the Scheldt of live Mr- u- e, the Rhine, the Ems, the Weser, and the Elbe, v ilh the Empire, the establishment of an inland navigation with the Baltic, have appeared to me to be the first and most" important. 1 have ordered the plan ot a canal to be prepared, which will be executed in the course of five years, and will connect Hie Seine with tire Baltic. Those Prince, will be indemnified, who may find themselves ciicutnscribcd by this great measure, which is become absolutely necessary, and which will rest Ihe right of my frontiers upon the Baltic. Before 1 cntne to this determination, 1 apprised England ot ii. She was acquainted that the only means for preserving the independence of Hollund was to retract her Oi tiers in Council « f 18t) C and 180* 7, or to return at last to pacific sentiments. But this power was ( leaf lo the voice of her interests-, as well as to the ci ies ot Europe. " 1 was in hopes of being able to establish a cartel for the - exchange i f prisoners of war between fiance nnd England, andotaavail myself, in consequence of the residence of two • Cort'. niii'sioners at Paris and London, to bring an approxima- tion bi'lwecn the two countries. 1 have been disappointed m my expectations. 1 could find nothing iu the mode m which the English Government negociated but craft and deceit, " The junction ot the Vatais is an cfl'ect long intended of the immense woiks which I have had performed in the Alps wilhin the last ten years. At the time of my net of Media- tion, I separated Hie Valais from the Helvetic League, fore- seeing then a measure of such advantage lo France and Italy. " So long us the war continues with England, the French people must not lay down their arms. " My finances an- in the moft flemishing state. I can meet alt ihe expenses uhich this immense empire requires, without calling upon my people lor fresh sacrifices. ( Signed) NAPOLEON. " Palace of the ThuiHeries, Dec. 10, 1810." " l! y Older of the Empeior, " H. B. Duke. of Boss* NO." With rcspect to Spain and Portugal, neither the Message nor ttie Expose lake any, notice of them, a circumstance: which uf course augurs not unfavhuuibly to the cause of those countries. Defines have been issued, sa'deiing a fresh levy of 120,000 Bivnof the Conscription ol the year 1811 ; besides which a maritime Conscription is likewise to take place in France. The French papers also contain very lung dispatches from Decacn, Governor of the Isle of France, relntive to tbto un- fortunate transactions on the 23d of August last, iu which we lost ihe Siitus, Nerc. ide and Magicienne frigates. It. appears that the loss of the enemy on this occasion was 37 killed, and 152 wounded. We are. happy to find that tlie loss on board the Nercide did not exceed 100 killed and wounded The enemy slate, that, they took 1600 soldiers or sailors, and that the number ol prisoners ill the Isle of France was upw ards of 2,300. The lphigenia frigate, and the Isle of La Passe have sur. rendered to t| ie enemy, but no details are given of their operations in that quarter, ' The Duke ofQueensberry is sr] d ineat'hed .£ 5000 to Lord Sid mouth. l'ouche, it is said, is about to FRIDAY, JANUARY i. It is reported, that Ihe Queen does not intend to hold a Drawing- rooin on the 18th of this month, irceo'rehng fo annual custom, to celebrate her own birth- day, on}, account of the indisposition Of Ihe Rftjr, as well as the recent death of he, daughter the Princess Amelia, but intends holdtn* a Drwnsr- room on the 18tli of February, in case of the recovery of the The Lord Mayor has appointed a Common Hall to be held en Wednesday next;, in consequence of a Requisition itfenetl hv several of the livery, to consider the propriety of add'ess ipg tbe Lords and Commons, upon the most constitutional meat's of amplv Supplying, in fhepetson of lri « Royal Highness the Prince of Wales the present afflicting incapacity r, f his Mniestv to disoharsre the necessary diitiesi'of the Becul Office, A Common Council is appointed on Tuesday next, for the same purpose. There are no fewer than 26 members of the two Houses of Parliament who have placcs in the Royal Household. The four great officers of the Household have places under them to the amount nf near •£ 100J100 a year ; on'l the expenditure tof whkb thev have the direction is above .£ 400.001! a- yesr. Tiie young Prince of Orahire.' It is generally understood, j. ! now pursuing his studies at the Uiiiv- rsity of Oxford, with the view of ultimately offering Ms hand to lier Royal Highness ' the Princess Charlotte of Wales. When the repent of ( lie loss of the Elizabeth Inibaman, lately Wrecked of!' Dunkirk, reached that town, the Emrllsh prisoners confined there, of whom Ihe number is considerable, requested leave to assist their countrymen in distress. This request, we regret to hear, was not only refused to them, hut even such ofthe French as were disposed to afford assistance, were not snFered to interfere !— So great is the hatred and jealousy of an English sailor, lhat even of the money remitted for the use of the prisoners, they do not receive moi. e than 17s in the pound! T. etteis or the 18th from Beilin speak of a Treaty of Mar- riage being in contemplation between the King nf Prussia and a very near relation of the Emperor Alexander. Thev also mention, that a coalition ivas about to lake place between the two Crowns, for tjie purpose of mutual defence Of the last convoy which sailed from Gottenburgh to the Baltic, consisting of 100 ships; only three had been accounted for, and the Miuotaur, of 74 guns, which has been lost off the Ilaak, is one of them. The convoy left the port on the 13th of November, to which it returned, and again set Sail With a fair w ind two days afterwards. conjuncture, tip! during the time that the exercise of tns Royal authority is suspended, the various slims of morey granted try Par- liament for the navy, army, ro d ordnance, and specifically appro- priated to thos? purposes, should be issued and supplied. 2d. That it was expedient, for that tlurppse, that the Lords of the Treasury should issue tiieir warrants lo the Auditor and other Officers of the Exchequer. And 3dlv, that the said Auditor and oilier Officers of the Exchequer- arc hereby authorised and commanded to pay and issue t- orri th • Exchequer the sums of money contained in the said warrants, sighed by Ihree or more of the Lords of ' lie Treasury, as welt adn the warrant of the 51st of Decerpher, 1810." HOUSE OF LORDS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. A similar reso'ution to that passed in the House of Com- mons on Friday, passed relative to the issuing of public money from the Treasury. A long but not interesting conversation took place upon the admission of proxies on the Regency question, the Lord Chan- cellor, and the friendsjf Ministers,' contending that the de- cision " of Fridav ought r. to be final, unless proxies n ere admiited, The Dukes of Clarence, Kent, and Cumberland, and the oppr- sers tif the Ministrv, staled, that every peer should be present when such a. momentous question was dis- cussed, otherwise his vote omilit not. to he recejved. POSTSCRIPT FROM 7IIE LONDON GAZP. TTE. A D MIR A I. TY- OFFICE, . TAN. 5. Vice- Admiral Sir Henry Edwvn Stanhope, Bart. Con- man- der in Chief at Sheerness, has transmitted to John Wilson Croker, l'.< q. a letter he had received fiom Captain Feiguson, of his Majesty's sloop Pandora, giving an account of his hav. ing, on the 31st of la< t month, captured the French privateer cutter, the Chasseur, of 16 guns ( thrown overboard during the chase) and thirty- six men ; out tiyo days from the island of Fora, without making any capture. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. An Anholt mail arrived this morning. Our cruisers liave captured all the Swedish vessels they could find in the North- ern Seas. The Art IK! like Charles is about to make N journey to Paris, accompanied by the Crown Prince of Austria, Ferdi- nand Charles. Paper is so depreciated at Vienna, that 12- 10 florins in paper have been given for 100 in cash. The eccle- siastical property, it is said, will be ' sold, for ' the public. benefit. Letters from Paris of tlie 29th ult. positively state, that three ships bound from the United States to Bourdeaux, laden with American produce, on entering the French port, were put under sequestration, A Dutch paper, which has come to hand, contains the details- of Bonaparte's new plan of Conscription for the naval service. According to one of its dispositions, 40,000 children, to be taken from tire maritime departments aie lobe placed at the elisposalof the Minister of Marine. The Counsellor of State, Cnffarelli, in laying the plan before tie Senate, did net attempt to conceal that the task of making sailors of these boys would be attended with some difficulty, inasmuch as France possesses neither ttade nor fisheries. The snbstitn e for the e nurseries, which he proposes, is the const Miction of petty flotillas in the diffluent ports, on board of which they are to he trained. The annexation of the Hanse Towns was nof'fied to their respective magistrates on Ihe 19th, and the intelligence is said to have been most joyfully receiver! 1 But the private accounts from these places are of the most desponding anil melancholy character. The letters of the 25th ult. from Hamburgh, abound with invectives against the ambition, treachery, and tjranny of the French Government, which, having previously stripped the city almost of its last ducat eonsumtnaWs its atrocity by robbing it of its independence. The first dav of the new year was the period fixed for the formal incorporation of Hamburgh with France. On th day the French flag was to be hoisted in that city for the first time, and that of Hamburgh abolished altogether. A letter from a Prussian port, of I be 20th ult. confirms the rumour that Bonaparte has positively insisted that the Empe- ror of Russia shall adopt his confiscating aud burning Decrees in their full extent; and though it is said that tlie language or the note addressed to the Russian Government, upon thi subject, had given great offence, apprehensions were strongly entertained, that the demand would ultimately be complied with. Some Cadiz papers nf the 12th ult. have been received The only article in tbein worthy of notice, is a Decree of the Cortes, abolishing all superfluous offices. The Regency are directed to lay before them an account of all vacancies, at present existing, or as they shall hereafter occur, with the amount of the salaries, and their opinion as to the expediency otcontinuing or suppressing such offices. The statement iu the last private letters from Gibraltar, of the re- appearanc, Q of the yellow fever, has been contradicted by authority. His MAJE? TY.— The following Bulletins have been issued since our last. Tuesday,, J art. 1.—" His Majesty has passed a quiet night, without much sleep, and continues the same as he was yester- day." Wednesday.—" His Majesty continues nearly in the same state, as during the last two davs." Thursday.—" His Majesty has not declined from the state in w hich he has been during tbe last four days." Tr d'. iy —" His Majesty continues as welt as he was yester- day." Saturday.—" Ilis Majesta has passed another quiet night, and remains mueli in the same state as for some days past." HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. RESTRICTION OF'JIlh: REGENCY. Their lords- hips having formed themselves- into a Committee of the whole House to lake into consideration the State of tlie Nation, the Resolutions as agreed to by the House of ' Commons wyie reioi; the Earl rif Livebroot, then recapitu- lated Ihe Wgomeii,.: he had before urged in favour of the Resold ions, particularly dwelling on the jsrecerlent of 1788. The noble Earl concluded a vei v forcible adiliess to the. feel- ings of tlie Committee, try stating that it w- as his intention to move an Amendment to the oth Resolution, w hich would go to restore it to its original state,— The Earl of CARLISLE contended that the pioceedings of 1788 could not be called a precedent, as they had never been carried into effect; his lordship spoke strongly against the limitation of the Regent's pow^ r,— 1The Marquis ol I. ANSDOWNC addressed the Colli- inittte at considerable length on the same side, and moved au Amendment to the first Resolution, " That all the words commencing with the words ' subject to Hie limitations, & Tc.' should be omitted.— Lord SIDDMOUTH contended for the pre- cedent of 1788, which would give the Regent all the efficiency rcqui.- ile to discharge the functions of Government, without trenching on the Royal Prerogative.— Lord- Erskine, Spencer, and Holland, the Earl* of Selkirk and Clancarty, and the Duke of Norfolk supported the Amendment. The Lord Chancellor and Lord Ilairow by spoke against it.— I- old { intiS'viLLE said, he had at ttie titpe adopted the principle of the precedent of 17C- 8, and the lapse of 22 yeais had fortified tiiin in his first opinion ; excepting in that part which related to Resuictioiis, upon which his judgement had been altered. His lordship also objected to the exceptions as to granting jieeragejs contained iu tlie ' id Resolution, and said all re- strictions to the Peerage should be on an equality. Their lordships then divided on the Marquis of Lancdownc's Amendment, contents 105, non- contents 102— majority 3. — The Eail of LIVERPOOL moved an Amendment conformable to th - idea of Lord Gieuville on the second Resolution.— On the division there appeared contents 106, non contents 100— majority 6 — Their lordships then divided on the Earl of Liver. pool'sAuiendmetit to the 5th Resolution relative to the House- hold— contents 99, non- contents 102, majority 3. The House having resumed, the Report was brought lip, and the Karl of LIVERPOOL moved the same Amendment as he dul in the Committee, which was negatived without a division, and the Report vr nsof course agreed to.— Adjourned HOUSE OF COMMONS. On tbe motion of Mr. PERCEVAL, the House came to the nving Resolution: LOjVDOX, Monday Wight, Jan. 7, 1811. ' Hamburgh papers to ihe 301 Ii ult. have been received . to- day ; also letters ofthe same date, and a Decree, enclosed in the latter, by which fresh annexations have been made to France, amongst which are the cities of Hamburgh, Lubeek, Sc. e. From the accounts of to day there is no doubt that Ho'stein will be the next acquisition to France, as there is reason to believe that its incorporation wilh the French Empire is already agreed upon. It is said that a private communication is in town from an rfficer belonging to Lord Wellington's Staff, which charges Ihe French with having left behind them in their retreat to Santarem, n quantity of flour, supposed to contain poisonous ingredients, which on being given to Some horses, caused their death in a very short time afterwards. - There is one thing ( sa'vS the Courier ) upon which the Opposition have calculated rattier too hfisiilv— th. ov make sure lhat the retirement of the present Ministers from office will be their own act— there thev will find themselves rnis- tsker— they rill not resign.— The Resent, of course, will have the choice of his Minis'ers : but the retirement of the present Ministers must be his act, not theirs." We have the satisfaction to stale the capture of the Dutch ship Gede Frow ( the Good Will), of 450 tons, from Batavia, hound to Bourdeaux, laden with colonial produce, by his Majesty's ship Valiant, Captain R. D Oliver, in company wllh the Royal Oak, Lord A. Reaiiclerc, and the Venerable, Sir Home Pripham. Slie had been out 97 days, and, what is rather extraordinary, had never been chased during that time by any of our ships. On her making the land near Chisseroo, she ran into Masque Rrrarls, and made the; signal for a pilot to take her into Boludeaux; whereupon the Valiant hoisted French colours' to entice her nearer, which had the effect in- tended, as she went close alongside that ship; and, upon a The river Severn near this town has bcc- n froze*! over in several places for three or rour davs past. In consequence or the contiguity of the present residence of Lueien Bonaparte to Montgomery, all the ' French pii-' oners on parole affile latter place, have been removed to Brecon. Accid< nts'* i-\ n, the vicinity of Davvlev. and Broseley, in this county, three children were burnt lo death a feW days afro, during thtfflbspnce of their mothers !--. As three boys tvere skaitirig, at. Horsehavs. near Shiffnal. on the Sunday, the iec broke in, and they all perished, This " vent should oper- ate as an admonition loiparfents lo restrain their children from profaninir the Sabbath 1 Madame I tieien Bonaparte,, find her fartritv, consisting nf two sons- nnd five daughters, accompanied by a Physician, au AbbiS, and eleven domestic jservatfts, arrived at the Angel inn, Ludlow, on Wedeesday last. She appears to he elegant in her manners, and retains the features and look of expression, which, irradiated by youth and spirits, might have been once deemed beautiful. The eldest daughter, to whom So much homage has l. een paid bv the enamoured youths of Gibral- tar, is certainly interesting : she has great claims to a genteel figure and pleasing demeanour, and doubtless possesses many captivating qualities. OF the younger children, little more can he sairl, than that they are very similar to other Children of tlie same age. F. R. Price, Esq. of Brvn- v- pys, near Overton, has lately clothed many poor families in the . vicinity of bis hospitable mansion,' and on Christmas- day he distributed thirty fat sheep, wnh bread and money, to upwaids of two hundred poor families. Bets of twenty to one are offered in Ireland, that there will he a General Election before the Ist of January, 1812. In the course of last week, not less than 1600 head of cattle hare been landed at Whitehaven, and at the olher ports on the coast, from the North of Ireland. Singular Incident. — A young child, son of Mr. George Jamieson, pastor of the Baptist church in Whitehaven, when only a fortnight old, sucked front about his mother's breast a small needle, which he retained upwards of seven months; until at last it irade its appearance above the elbow, and was taken out on the 18th nil. ASSIZE OF BHEAD, Set the 8th of January, 1811, for the Town and Liberties of Shrewsbury, to take place on Saturday next. lb. oz dr. 7JON ROOMS HF; RE. will he a DANCTNTQ ftn 1 CARD ASSEMBLY at these Rooms, on TUESDAY EVE V- ' NH. the i. tjih Instant Shre- vsbwy, January 1, 111!, Castle- Street, Shrewsbury, Jan. 7, 1811. PARKES respectfully informs his Frien ls and the Public, that his SCHOOL will open again on MONDAY, the 21st Instant. , rS" DAY- SCHOLABS are desired to attend, or secure their Places, bv the 23d Instant. Penny loaf, or two halfpenny loaves To weigh Wheaten Household White . * d. ditto Twopenny loaf 1 ) Hrmseliol Threepenny loaf „„ Sixpenny loaf Twelvepenny loaf iold 0 II Wheaten 0 12 Household 1 J Wheaten I 5 Household 2 J Wheaten 3 ) Household 4 4 11 3 9 § 8 6 12 1 8 2 0 4 gun being fired over her, she struck her colours, hurl dropped 1 Household with a large H. 5- 3= All Wheaten and Household Bread must be made o f Wheat only.— Wheaten to be marked with a large W.— anchor. Her cargo, so far as it has yet been ascertained, is valued at 26,500i. and consists of 336,7301b. Dn'eh cloves— 93,4271b sugar— 153,2161b. pepper— and 11,490' b red Java wood. It is not expected lhat the above will prove to be the whole of the merchandize she has on board. Three per cent. Consols, 67^'. Windsor Castle, Jan. 6.— His Majesty had several hours sleep, in the night, and is as Well in all respects as he was yesterday." <* Jan. 7 — His Majesty is its well as ' tie liaslie. en in f. nv part of the preceding week, the whole of which has passed favour- ably." HOUSE OF COMMONS— MONDAY, JANUARY 7. A message was received frem the Lords, requiring a con- ference with this House in the Painted Chamber. A Com- mittee was accordingly appointed to attend the conference forthwith; and bring relurncd, repotted that the Lords had ag eed to the resolution sent up by this House oil Saturday, respecting the Treasury Warrant for issuing money for the public ptirpo es from the Exchequer A member presented a petition from the Corporation of Nottingham, praying that the Regency mfght be conferred on the Prince of Wales without limitation. Petition was read, anrl ordeied to lie ou the table. The names of defaulters of the last call of the House were called over, and the excuses of several allowed. The call of the Mouse was then farther postponed lo this day se'nnight. The ruder of the day was now read for inking into conside- ration the Lords' amendments on the resolutions sent up by this House respecting the Regency, and the restrictions respecting the Regent The amendments were agreed to, and a message sent tothe l- ords to acquaint them wilh the same. Mr. PERCEVIL then moved to appoint a Committee to wait on his Royal H gliness the Prince of Wales, to acquaint his Royal Highness with the said Resolutions of both Houses, and that the Committee express tlie hope that his Royal Highness wilt accept the same, so soon as an Aet of Parliament shall be passed Cor carrying the said Resolutions into effect. A similar Resolution was passed respecting her Majesty, and ihe Part assigned to her by the said Resolutions, Ordered that a message be sent to the Lords acquainting them therewith. Mr, SHERIDAN wi- heri to know fiom the right lion, gentle- man ( ihe Chancellor of the Exchequer), when the House was to expect lhat a conference would take place with the Lends for tlie purpose of an application of the Great Seal to a Commission for regularly opening the business of . Parliament. — Mr. PERCEVAL answered, that consistently with the inter- mediate business it cotiid not be sooner than Friday uext. House adjourned till to- morrow HIGH F. ttCAU, SCHOOL. WILDING and SON respectfully inf u'm ( heir IF » Friends, that fiieirSCHOOL will open again on MON- DAY, lire 21st. Instant. January 8,1811. . M. O. VTFOH n SCHOoir ~ ESSRS. CARTWRIGHTS respectfully in- form their Friends, that the above School will re- open on MONDAY, the 21st I„ st.— Tdnuary 7, 1S11. ISS HOWELL presents her grateful Thanks to her Friends anil th" Public, for their kmd Support, tji* Continuance of which she will cssidiilon. lv en leavonr to m- rit. and respectfully informs the- p, that her SCHOOL will re- open on MONDAY, the 3l- st Inst, Bank, near Sht- emhnry, nth Jan. 1811. BROCKHOtES iUlCSE, NEAR IltO. VBRIDGE. FMIDGMAN returns his most grateful Ar- il • knowledgmepts to his Friends, for ( he Encouragement thev have given him to persevere in the Education of Youth. 1 and hopes, hv Diligence and Attention, to merit their future Favours.— His School will be opened again oil TUESDAY, January 22, 1811. A Clergyman of the Established Church attends to teoch the Classics. Oswestryt Jannury 9, 1811. CROSS mosl re= pect( ullv informs his Friends • and the Public, that his SCHOOL will re- nnen on MONDAY, the 21st Instant; when he hopes, hv ftithfnllv discharging his important Doty, to merit ' « Continuance of that Encouragement he has so liher-. dlv experienced upwards of Ten Years, and for which he humbly begs Leave to offer his giateful Thank". TERMS Board and Tuition „£ I8 18s. per Annum. Dav Scholars 2 2s. per Annum. APPRENTICE. ANTED, a steady active YOUTH, of strict Mora's and ? ood Ability, n « an Apprentice to a GROCER, DRUGOiST, and IRONMONGER. A Premium is expected. £ 3= Apply to JONSS and GRIFFITHS. Welshpool. SHREWSBURY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1811. ( Vj- IT, F. ddowes, Printer ofthe Salopian Journal, respectfully informs His Friends and Ihe Public, that the first number of a new volume of that u ell- knoKn and extended miscellany the MOA'PIILY MAGAZINE, will be published on the FIRST DAV of FEBRUARY next, and. that he shall be glad lo receive the names of persons who wish lo be regularly supplied with, it by him, or by his newsmen, on or before the Villi of January. The Magazine may also be regularly had of all the Agents, find of all Booksellers and Dealers in Books within the circuit of this paper. BIRTH. Sunday last, the Lady ofthe Rev. C. Powlett, of a son. MARRIED. Monday last, at Wellington, Mr. Joseph Smart, to Miss Moore, of that place. Same day, at Wrockwardinc, by the Rev. Mr. Gilpin, Mr. W. B. Cope, of Wrorkwardiuc Wood, in this county, to j Sarah, second daughter, of Mr. ThohiasWillets, ol Stoui bridge. Wednesday last", at Poniesbury, Mr. S. Maltby, wine mer- chant, of Nottingham, to Cather ine, second daughter of the late John Nicolls, Esq, of Ncwnharn. Lately, at Corwen, Mr. J. Harris, of Nannaii, to Mis Harvey, of Rig, Merionethshire. On Thursday lust, at Ruyton of the Eleven Towns, Mr. Partem, of Weston Lulliugfield, to MUs Gittins, uf Ruj ton Villa. Last week, Mr. W. Swinnerton, wool- stapler, of Ilingsheth, to Miss Jane Ebrey, 5th daughter of Mr. Ebrey, timber- mer- chant, of Houiebarus Lodge. DIED. Sunday last, Mrs. Hampton, of Counrl, aged 82. In Colombia, North America, Mr. Samuel Uilditch, formerly of Lower Wiginore, in this county. He left his native coun- try, as many others have done, under an lustily adopted apprehension that Hie measures of Mr. Pitt's administration would speedily bring ruin upon it. On the 2d inst. at Wilcot, Miss F.. Rogers. A few days ago, Edrv. Acton, Esq. of larde >, in this county. Oil tho 26th ult. aged' 20, Margaretta, youngest daughter of Tho. Coleman, Esq. of Leominster. Ou the 28th ult. at Walmer, near Deal, aged 72, Sir Henry Harvey, K. B and Admiral of the White. A tew days ago, at Holme, near Burnley, the Rev. Dr. Wlutaker, vicar of Whalley, and author of niany topographi- cal works, History of Manchester, Craven, & c. & c. Sunday, suddenly, as he was returning from duty at Rytoo, the Rev. Charles Baldwyn, of WolstOn, aged 77. The Poplar Trees advertised to be sold hy Auction this Day, at the Cross Keys lun, Oswestry, by Mr. Aladdox, are disposed of by privute Contract. The thud Letter of Krilikos shall be imlrted as soon as we can find room for it. Visiting Clergyman this week at the Infirmarv, the Rev. Mr. Wingfietd : - House. Visitors, John Wiiitehnrst, Esq. and Mi*. D. Moignu. Additional Subscriber to tbe Publ'c Subscription Charity School. Mr. Bettcu, Glass- stainer 6 0 The prisoners in our county gaol express theii gratitude to a benevolent lady of this county, for her very seasonable and Price of Grain in our Market on Saturday last Wheal 12<. 6d to 15s. 4- d.— Barley 6s. 0.1.— Pease 7s'. fid. per bushel of 38 quarts.— Oats 6s. 9d. — per customary meastue of 57 quarts. Corn Fxchan<_ re, Jan. 4 — To- day the Market ha. scarce nnv arrivals of Grain in general; Vessels heine: unable to un- load owing to the Thames Navigation being stopped below Bridge. Hardly onv Sales are effected ; there are hut few samples shewn, and prices named nearly at last qiteration, but considered nominal. JANUARY 7.— Owinr to theThames Navigation being stop- ped, there are no fresh arrivals of grain in general ; hut. few- buyers attended, or samples shewn. Ourla- t week's - prices are again considered nominal. Flour is mostly named at an advance of about five shillings. K3* The following Postscript, reached us Ion latr for insertion in the prop > r place, but as the lapse of a week might be detrimental to the object of the writer, we have, though not without considerable inconvenience, given it here. P. S. Since I sent off tbe letter relative to British courtesy due to strangers, which you have promised for insertion nn January 9th. I have received information from your paper and other sources, which induce me to send a Postscript, request- ing it may. if possible, lie added to that letter. I have therein adverted to gieat impropriety of conduct toward M. Lucien Bonaparte, at Worcester. The trailers in- form me that he was even cheered at Worcester. If this was the huzza of insult it was indecorous. But as cheering im- plies respect, and it is said that Lucien repeatedly bowed con- sidering it as such, then I would say it was not prrper. The claims of this man at present are questionable as lo positive RESPECT: hut there can be no question for one minute re- specting the justice of h's claim to exemption from ALL ixsnr. T. This was the object of my letter, and I hope it will he duly attended to as a point of national honour, to prove that we understand the general principles of good breeding as welt as tlie French themselves, ( Ihough perhaps not. quite equal to them io Ihe ceremonials of politeness), but that we have sense and virtue enough te practise what we have intel- lect enough to comprehend. I do notjenne much aboyf niceties as to the ma'lcr of fact to which I alluded. If the Worcester people d- d insult him ( as I was fi st told), then tho arguments, apply forcibly agnins' them If they did not. insult him, then the repioofs cannot altrch to the n; but they mav lie considered only as so many general admonition against such breaches of our national honour. I have been led into mue h thinking en toe subject, and have written forir longlefters, wherein 1 have Wended much general matter, which appears to me nf no small public importance. I intend to have the whole soon printed as a pamphlet in London, and hope it will be as favourably received by my countrymen in general, as the whole is purely intended to promote national honour and propriety in onr hoiiduct towards strangers and in poihts of real political importance at this j unci u r. I intend to select from the four what more immediately relates to Ltieteri as an inhabitant smong us, nnd you will, the first convenient opportunity, have it sent for insertion. If // m/ s in tiny place should assemble in crowds aftcf him. or any part of his family, I should consider such conduct highly indecorous, w hat every peison of good sense and good manneis would immediately endeavour to prevent, and report such boys to their parents and sehoolmasters, who would both Ire culpable if they did not use proper chastisement for such improper conduct, ln'/ riartij, such behaviour should be stop- ped hy the Magistrates.— It is disgraceful to us. My next letter shall comprise all I have to say ; but this 1 hope will prevent the evil. WANTED, a steady Man, for the Situation of BUTLER and VALET to a single Gentleman.— None need apply but who have lived in a genteel Family, and can he well recommended, Apply to the PRINTS* OF THIS PAPER. WANTED, TO wait upon ( wo Gentlemen who reside chiefly, in London, a steady M AN SERVANT, , whh can be well recommended from his last Service for'Houestv, Sobriety, See. See. Sec.— He will be required to ride well, and to understand the Business of a Groom, and when in the Country ( three Months in the Year) to take Care of two Horses. A middle- aged Person, and one who has lived in London, will be preferred.— Enquire of the PRINTER OF THIS PAPER. lice. 26, | 8I0. IIUVTEKS. TO BE DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE SALE, TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY, fglWO GELDINGS of the abore description, equal to Weight, in full Condition, known in the Neish- 1 bouring Hunts, and desirable to anvGentleman wanting such. Applv In JONATHAN PERRY, Shrewsbury. NOTICE TO CREDITORS: ' HEREAS SAMUEL HAMMONDS, ofthe Town of SHREWSBURY, Carpenter, hath assiined over his Effects to Messrs. IIAZLEDINS, PROSSER, and HAV. for the Benefit of th- m- i- Jvcs mid all other t/.<- Oi- o/ lllor » of the said Samuel Hammonds: NOTICE is hereby Riven, that such Assignment now remains in the OIBCE of Mr. ASTERLEY, Shrewsbury, for the Inspection of such Creditors as may chose to take the Benefit thereof, who are to execute the said Assignment on or before the FIRST D ry of FEBRU- ARY next; and such Creditors refusion to sign the same will be excluded Ihe Benefit thereof.— 1 st January, 1811. w I A. That it was necessary, under the urgency of the present toullli. ul annW Jonatiou of 4 tons of coal. It ore I on and . M or ha IPs Commission. f| PU-! E Commissioners for taking Proof of Debts 1 under ^ 20, will sil anaiii ot the TOWN- HALL, in Shrewsbury, on SATURDAY NEXT, the 12th Instant, at 11 o'Clock in the Fotenoon. Seveiol Persons who had left, their Notes at the Bank, not having appeared before the Commissioners to make their De- positions, they are informed that their Debts cannot be con- sidered as proved, but tbev must appear before the Comniis- ! sinners to swear to them, and to sign their Depositions, j otherwise they will receive no Dividend, Thrfl2lh Instant will positively be the LAST DAY for receiving Proof of Debts in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury, Jan 7,1811. N B. The Commissioners having received formal Notice from the Assignees that there is no Occasion for another Meeting, but thinking very differently themselves, they will sit without any further Expense to the Bankrupts' Estate the Proof of Debts ; but must request that the Creditors who have not proved their Debts will attend nn SATURDAY NEXT for that purpose. G. HARBR1DGE7 Hosier, Glover, § c. Princess- Street, Shrewsbury, DEEPLY impressed with a Sense of Gratitude for ttie great and unexpected Sucess he has received frmn the Inhabitants of Shrewsbury, and its Vicinity, since his commencement in the above Business, and for which he returns them his. most sincere Thanks, bens Leave to in. form them that he has a NEW and EXCELLENT ASSORT- MENT of GOODS in the above Line; consisting of Silk, Cotton, Angola, and Woollen Hose ; Gloves, Socks, & c. [. attics' coloured Cotton Hose ; Fleecy Socks; Ladies' Net and patent Scarfs, Tippets, and Comfoitahles ; Knitting Cottons; Angola, Woollen Yarn, and Worsteds for Knitting; Sewing, Flos, and embroidery Silk ; coloured Worsteds and Lambs' Wool for Working and Netting ; Sewing nnd Net- ting Cottons; Hassock, round Stool, Rug, and other Pat- terns, for Ladies' Work; Silk, Cambric, and Shirt Buttons; wilh Needles, Tapes, Luces, &. C which he can offer to the Public upon such Terms, as, he doubts not, will merit a Continuance of their Favours. Princess. Street, Dec. 27, 1310, * HEREAS a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded snd issue! forth against SH\ CKFIELI> WILLIAMS, late of OSWESTRY, in the County of Salop, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt, is ' hereby required lo surrender himself to the Commissioners in thesnid Commission named, orthe major Part of them, on the 15th and 22d Days of Januaiy inst and also on the 19ih Day of February next, at ten o'Clock in the Forenoon of each Day, at the House of Mr. THOMAS HOST, known hv the Sign ofthe CROSS KF. VS, in OSWESTRY, antl make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects: when and where the Cseditors are to conie prepared to prove their Dsdits, and at the second Sitting to chose Assignees ; and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to fiuish his Examination, ami the Creditors are to assent to or dissent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Persons indebted to the saidBrnk.- rupt, or that have any nf his Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. THOMAS LONGUEVILLE JONES, of O. i- westrv aforesaid. Os~ es'ry, 1 st Janwiry, 1811. TO~ BE LF, T~ And entced upon al Lady- cttn next, 1811, or sooner if required ; COTTON HOUSE, now in the Occupation of CORBET HOWARD, E- q. wilh a lartre Pleasure Gat- den to the front, tastefully laid out with Shiu'oberies, and Gravel Walk around, in the Centre of which is a large Pood, with a perpetual running Sirearn, a delightful Summer House, with Garden ditto, & e. large Kitchen Garden- adjoining, both of which are walled round, well stocked with wall snd other Fruit Trees, in the greatest Variety, in a high state of bear, iug; the Pleasure and Kitchen Gardens are about one Acre and half, or thereabouts, with an Acre and half or rich Land, which adjoins the House, commandinguti extensive and b iau- tiful Prospect of tbe Town of Shrewsbury, within ten minutes Walk of the Town- Hall. The Situation is equal-, if not superior, to any about this Town, having the Advantage b itb of Town and Country. The House is modern built, and. haudsomely finish- ed, with a Portico Front, consisting of an Entrance Hall, handsome Staircase, with back ditto, with large Eaiini Par- lour, Breakfast dilto, Drawing- Room, and a most pleasant Observatory over the Portico, small Servants' Halt, Butler's Pantry, larae Kitchen, fitted up with Grates, Stoves, Cast Iron Oven, Hec. Brewhouse, wilh a Pump of Soft Water there-. in, Boilers, & c. Larder, two excellent vaulted Cellars, with Wine Bins of large dimension, and oiher convenient 1) imestic Offices, six good Bed Rooms, Dressing- Room, convenient Closets, See. Coach- house, with two Servants' Roomsover, and Stabling for four Horses, with roomy and lofty Stalls, arched over, and large Hay- loft.-- If a respectable aud responsible Person offers, he will be treated with on the most liberal Term., and a Lease granted, if required, by the aforesaid Mr. HOWARD, of Cotton Horrse. Shrewsbury, Jan. 8, 1811. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. TO BK LET, And entered upon at Lady- day next, TWO desirable FARMS, upon the Borders of the River Severn and the Montgomeryshire Canal, adjoin- ing a Turnpike and Post Road, within 5 Miles of Welshpool, — For Particulars apply to Mr, JONES, juu. I'en'bryu, near Moutgouieiy. January 2, 1811. TO BE LET, And entered upon at Lady- day next, FARM in the Parish of LLAN WTHIN, Mont- gomeryshire, called RlllWARGOR, now in the Occu- pation of David Erasmus, containing 300 Acres. of Arabic, Meadow, and Pastuie Loud, alst 300 Acres of Sheepwalk adjoining. A FARM, called BRACH YR OWEN, in Llanvvthip, con- taining 150 Acres, with 150 Acres of Sheepwalk. A FARM, called VKI> W DU, adjoining the above, con- taining 100 Acres, with 100 Acres of SheepWalk, r^ Apply at Brongtvin, near Llanfvllin. WANTED, a Person in the Capacity pf QOTLF. R,- Apply l as above,—— January, 1811, T" ALOPTED IN THE CHARTER- HOUSE, AND OTHER PRINCIPAL SCHOOLS. A New Edition, wiih Classical References and an Index. ' J INS DAY is published, in one Vol. 12mo. with ENGRAVINGS of the principal Gods, chiefly taken from the Remains of An- cient statuary, Piice 5s. ri" 1HE PANTHEON; W, ANCIENT HIS- J TORY of the GODS of GREECE and ROME. For the Use of Schools and Young Persons of both Sexes. BY EDWARD BALDWIN, Esq. Tbe purpose of this book is to place the Heathen Mytho- logy in. two points of view ; first, a* it would have struck a Irav- ller in Gieece, who wished to form a just conception of • he reii. it on nf the comitiy, free from either favour or preju- dice ; secondly, regarding mviholoyy as the introduction nnd handmaid to the stndv of poetry, the author bus endeavoured to feel his subject in the spirit of a puet, and to communicate that feeling to others. Printed for M J. Godwin, Skinner. street, London ; and to be had of Mr. Ennowts. Shrewsbury ; Messrs. Ilroster and Son, Chester, and of all other Booksellers. FORFEITED RECOGNIZANCES. IF ( he following Persons neglect to appear at the Shire Hall, in Shrewsbury, on Tuesday, the ! 5th Day of January, 1811, at ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, their Recog- nizances will be estreated. Barclay Robert, COUNTY OF SALOP. A DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. TO BE LET, % 4rtd entered upon at Lady- day* or Midsummer next, AGOOD FAMILY HOUSE, siluate in the. Vil- lage of HOPTON WAFERS; consisting of Dining T\ oom, Drawing Room, and Study, on th « Ground Floor, good IJed- Rooms and Attics, with Kitchen, Brewhouse, l aundry, aiid other suitable Offices, sufficient for the Accommodation of a small Family, with Gardens, ( part walled) Coach- house, Stabling, aud Faun Buildings. The Tenant may bo accom- modated with any Quantity of LAND, not exceeding fifty Acres. The House is pleasantly situated in a verv retired nnd sheltered Spot, with Garden, Fishpool, and Orchard in Front, nnd near b Church, The Turnpike Road from Ludlow to Bewdley, goes near the House; it is 9 Mile* from the former, 10 from the latter, and 2 from Cleobury Mortimer, all good Market To^ ns. Apply to THOMAS RoTPtELD, Hopton Court. January T, 1811. Barrow Richard, of Elierdme Bennett Benjamin, Cacho^ el Bennett Joseph, Minsterley Rennett John, of Ditto Bjshop Richard, horsebre& ker, Ford on, Buckncll Edward and William, yeomen. Shiffnal Clarke Edw, servant, Uffington Clarke Richard, of Shrewsbury Dav! es An drew, servant, Han wood Duvies John, farmer, M Htlle Davies John, labourer, Pontcs- hurv - Elkes Tho. labourer, Pontesbury Eve rail John, Fletcher Paul. labourer, Dldbury Fletcher Tlios. shoemaker, Ditto Forster Sunuel, yeoman. Dodrott Forster Thou. yeotnim, Di- dcotti Groom Samuel, servant, Lea Howard Wm. dittox'Coreley Hudson Peter, blicklayer, Elles- mere Hudson, Joseph, bricklayer, Ditto Hughes James, of Abervstwith Humphrey Jcnkin, of Ditto Jones Wm labourer, Ellesmere Jones Richard, 3crvant, Pres- ton Mootford ICearn Wm. writer, Aberystwith Lawley Richard, of Rowton Leicester George, Crud^ ington Lloyd Thomas, of Gieat Ness Meeson John, miner Meyricke Thomas, labourer, Condover Preece Thomas, shoemaker, Bit- terlev Richard- John, Pontcburv^ Rmld William, wheelwright, Bitterlcy Smith Joseph, Teague William, fhomas Wm. labourer, Middle Thomas Thomas, labouret, Shrewsbury • Turner J - s. labourer, Biperley Turner John, labourer, Tividale Whitley james, weaver, Shrews- bury • • . ^ William? John, labourer, Pon- tesbury Wynn Thomas, hbourer, Dud- leston. Wynn Wm. servant, Cricket SHROPSHIRE General Agricultural Society. rrMIF, following PREMIUMS are proposed ! o lie JL given at the next JULY MEETING, which will he held at the LION INN, Shrewsbury, on FRIDAY, the 19th of that Month. PUF. MIVMS. A Piece of Plate, value ien Guineas, for'the best one. year rid short- wooled Ram, being in the Owner's Possession six Months before it is shewn. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best two- year old short- woolled Itam, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value tn Guineas, fir the best one- year old long- woollerl Rom, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best two- year old long- woolled Ram, under the like Conditions A Piece of Plate, value snen Guineas, for the best Pen of three short- woolled Theaves, under tbe like Conditions. A Piece of Pla'e, value seven Guineas, for the best Pen of three long- wor. lled Theaves, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value seven Guineas, for t he best Pen of three one- year old short. woolled Wethers, under the like Conditions. A Pieceof Phite, value seven Guineas, for the best Pen of three two- year old short- woolled Wethers, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value sewn Guineas, for the best Pen of three one- year old long- woolled Wethers, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value teven Guinea', for Ibe IKS' Pen of three two- year old long- woolled Wethers, tinder the like Conditions. A Piece cf Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best Pair of one- year old Heifers, under the I ke Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guiueas, for the best Pair of two- year old Hetfeis, under Ihe like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best tlir « e year o'd Heifer, being in Milk at the Time of shewing, under the like Conditions. A Premium of ten Guineas, to the Prison who shall invent or Improve any Implement of Husbandry, that shall on Trial found most u- efi. l in saving Labour or Expenr- e, Simplicity, and Cheapness of Construction being deemed essential Parts of its Merit. To the Shepherd, being a Servant of a Member of the Society, who, from not less than 100 Ewes, shall rear, till the 31st of May, 1811, tbe greatest Numbe! of sound, health v Lamhs, in Proportion to the Number \ eaned, three Guineas.— Tbe Nature of the Breed, Age, and Number of the E. » e « which have gore to tbe Ram ; Number and Age of those lhat liave yeaned ; Pioportion that have died from the. Time of ramming ; first and last Day of veaning ; together with the Mode of feeding, and other Treatment of the E « es and Lambs, to be accurately certified tu Ihe Society 14 Days before the Meeting, For the next greatest Number, two Guineas. Poi tbe third greatest Number, one Gutn a. All Sloe If intended lo be shewn for the above Premiums, to have been fed with Grass, Hay, or Vegetables only.— If fed with Corn or Cake, to he disqualified. PREMIUMS Proposed to be given at the October Meeting, 1811. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best STALLION for the genetal Purposes of Husbandry, to he used in the Countv of Salop the Seasons of 1811 and 1812. A Piece of Plate, value Jive Guineas, for the best MARE for the general Purposes ot Husbandry. A Piece of Plate, value fve Guineas, for the best one- year old COLT, under the like Conditions. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best BULL, not exceeding three Years and a half old, to be used in the County of Salop tbe next Season. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for the best Team of four WORKING OXEN, not more than live Years old, to be ihewn in their Gearing, ond Certificates 10 be produced of the Time such Oxen bave been on Work. A Piece of Plate, value fve Guineas, for the best BOAR, to be used in ihe County of Salop the following Year. A Piece of Plate, value thiee Guineas, for the best SOW. A Piece of Plate, value twenty Guineas, to the Person who shall have ihe best and cleanest CROP of TURNIPS, of any . Sort ( not less lhan ten Acres) in Proportion to the Quantity and Quality of tbe Land be occupies. A Piece of Plate, value ten Guineas, for tbe second best, miller Ihe like Conditions. To the Day Labourer in. Husbandry only, who has maio- tained himself and Family, and brought up the greatest Number of legitimate Children without Relief from his Parish, a Premium of four Guineas. To the second Ditto Ditto, a Premium of three Guineas. To the third Ditto Ditto, a Premium of two Guineas. Tothe Man- servant in Husbandry only, who has lived the longestTime with the same Master or Mistress, and producing the beat Character, a Premium of four Guineas. To the second Ditto Ditto, a Piemium of three Guineas. To the third Ditto Ditto, a Premium of two Guineas. To the Woman- servant in Husbandry only, who has lived the longest Time under the same Master or Mistress, and producing the best Character, a Premium of font Guineas. To the second Ditto Ditto, a Premium of three Guineas. To the third Ditto Ditto, a Premium of two Guineas. The Society reserves to itself, in all Cases, a Power to with- hold the Premiums entirely, if there appears not to he sufficient Merit in the Claims, or to give such Part only ol any Premium as the Candidate appears to deserve. HEALTH AN1) LONGEVITY. DR. JAMES's ANALEPTIC PILLS, which weie contrived by the Inventor as a remedv for him- self and which preserved him to an advanced age, arc admirably calculated for Rheumatisms, Colds, and all those complaints to which the human frame is liable from the vicis- situdes of our climate: likewise. for Bilious, and all other Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels ; and for Head- achs, occasioned bv indigestion or by free living, liefiowse should be bad to them after auv excess, aqd upon every slight indis- ( losition J und thus their well- known characteristic of pro- moting longevity will be maintained ; for by timely assisting natnre in the due discharge of the animal functions, they preserve the body in health and vigQur, and prevent piema- ture decay. Sold onlv bv F. NKWBERY and Sow, NT the Warehouse for Dr. James's Powder, No. 45, St. Paul's Church- yard, London, in boxes, price 4s. fid. each, duty iucli. ded , or six in one laige box, for II 4i.— None are genuine but those which have the words, " F. Newbtry, No. 45, St. Paul's" engraved in the xtamp, nnd by those" Venders in the Country who have an appointment ur. de; their Hand*. TURNPIKE TOLLS. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Tolls & ri « ing at the Cotton Hill and Prescot Gates, „ n ihe Roan leading from Shrewsbury to Raschurch, will he LET BY AUCTION to the best Bidder, on MONDAY, the FOURTH Day of FEBRUARY next, al 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Guildhall, in Shrewsbury, for one or more Years, as may be agreed on, from Ladv- dav next, in tbe Manner directed by the Act passed in Ihe 13th Year of bis present Majesty, for regulating the Turnpike Roads :" which Tolls now produce the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds above the Expenses of col lecting them. Whoever happens to be tbe best Bidder, must give Security, with sufficient Sureties, to the Satisfaction of the Trustees, for Payment of the Rent agreed fir, aud at such Times as they shall direct, TO B E LET, Ot the same Time. theTolls nf Frodesley Gate. TURNPIKE SURVEYOR WANTED, to superintend the first 5 Miles of Ihe Road leading from Shrewsbury to Westbury. JOHN JONES, Clerk to the Trustees of the said Roads. Shrewsbury Jan. 1, 181 I . bp fetimt. BY STTUDOR, On the Premises, THIS DAY end TO- MORROW, the 9th and 1 Ol h of January; r| pHE REMAINING PART of the HOUSF- H HOLD G'XJDS and FURNITURE. Glass, Chins, See. in and about the Dwelling House and Premises situate on St, John's Hill, Shrewsbury, late the Residence of Mrs STANIER; and a very valuable Collection of PRINTS and HOOKS; Catalogues of which may be had of THE AUC- TIONEER. COPPICE AND TIMBER. BY S. TUDOK, At the Mermaid Inn, Shrewsbury, on Saturday, the 2fith of January instant, between the Hours of fuur and six o'Clock : LOT 1. k COPPICE of 4-| Acres at ARSCOTT, 5 Miles /" S. West ,. f Shrewsbury, of strong lenithv OAK PULES, ot 30 Years' Growth, together with 28 BEECH and 12 OAK TIMBER TREES, within the sai. t Coppice. The Reech Trees, Oak Timber, Poles-, and Saplings to stand, are ranked with White Paint. LOT 11. 20 OA I? TIMBER TREES, 3 ASH, and 1 SYCA- MORE at HANWOOD, near the Turnpike Road, 4 Miles from Shrewsbury.— Several of the Oak are of large Dimen- sions. , LOT III. 7 OAK TREES, of larfee Dimensions, 2 lofty LARCHES, and I ASH. For Parlicularsof Lot I enquire of Mr. HARRIES, of Arscott, and of Lots 2 arid 3 of Mr. WOOD, of Hanwood, or of THE AUCTIONEER, Shrewsbury. 520 TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates upon the Turnpike Road leading from Shrewsbury to Wenlock, and from Wenlock to Church Stret- ton, fco'. called or known !> » the several Names of Weeping Cross, Crissage, Harlev, Westwood, Hazier, and Rushbury Turnpike Gates, arid al. o Chilton, King- street, and Boilou Turnpike Gates, upon ihe Road leading from Atcham thro' I Condover to Dniiington, will be LET BY AUCTION t " the I best Bidder, at the Dwelling House of Mr. Jons f) oo « n « , nt Connd- Lane- lnn, on MONDAY, the FOUttTH D « y of FEBRUAR Y, 1811, between the Hours of 12 and 3 o'Clock of the same Day, in the Manner directed bv the Act passed the J3 li Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King Georye Ihe third, " for regulating the Turnpike Roads.''— Whoever happens to lie tlie best Bidder, must at the same. Time give Security, with sufficient Suieties tothe Satisfaction of the Trustees, of the said Turnpike Roads, for Payment of the Rent. agreed fur, and at such Times as thev shall direct. FRANCIS ALLEN. Clerk to the Trustees of the said Turnpike, Roads. 8H ROPS HIH E— CA P I T AL TIMB E R. .. , , BY S. TUDOR, At the Talbot Inn, Shrewsbury, on Wednesday, the 13th Day ol February, 181 i , at five o'Clock in the Afternoon : OAK TIMBER TREES, AND 132 BEECH TREES, situated at LIN'LEY. hear Bishop's Cas- tle, in the County of Salop, in t. lie following, or such other Lots as shall be asrreeil. on at the Time of Sale: OAK TIMflRR. LOT I 154 OAK TlM HER TREES ? standihg in a Wood ad- II. lift DITTO $ joining the Hernery. Ill 34 01 FTO, standing tin Squire Hall Farm. IV. 11) 8 DITTO, standing in the Hayes Coppfcfi. V. 48 DITTO, standing in the lieech Coppice. BEECH TIMBER. LOT I 88 BEECH ' UMBER TREES ) standing near the II. 44 DITTO $ Hayes Copnn- e. The Trees in the diffcicnt Lots are blazed nnd numbered with 0 Scribe.—' I lie Oak Trees are of Ihe best Quality, and large Dimensions, well adapted for superior Purposes of the Navy, & c. where long aud large Timber is required.— The Beech Trees are sound, and niauy of them of Considerable Dimensions, I. IMI. BV is 16 Mil « from Shrewsbury, and 11 ftom Garth- mill, on the Montgomeryshire Canal — Mr. PEHI- OW, at Linley Hall, will shew the Timber ; and for fuither Pauicu- lais enqn'. E of Messrs. PEMBEHTOS and Coo•> LAND, Shrews- bury; or Mr. Gotl- l. o Goll'a, near Wel- hpool. ^ alcg br auctioti; TIMBER, OAK POLES, A* D COPPICE WOOD. BY WILLIAM LLOYD, At the White Ilart Inn, in Wenlock, in the Cduiity of Salop, 011 Friday, the 11th Day of January, 1S| 1, at three o'CWk in the Alternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced, iu tbe following Lots -. „ ^ LOT I. OAK TIMBER TREES, mar!; ed and r. uui- beredwith a Scribe, now standing and growing in a Coppice at GRETTON, near Cardineton, in the County of Salop, called Oakwood Lower Coppice; and a'si all the POLES and UNDER WOOD in the Some Copni're, Consisting r.- liiefli.- of Oak, Ash, Birch, Alder, anil Haile, and containing I2A. 3R 3P. LOT II. 71 OAK TIMBER TREES, marked and num- bered with a Scribe from No. 8d to No. 15t> inclusive, now standing and growing in a Coppice at GRETTON aforesaid, called Oakwo id l, ow.- r Coppice; and also a'l the UNDER- WOOD in the - sine Copp c » , comtaimt chiefly of Oa!;, A- h, Birch, Al ter, and ll. izle, and cMi'nining 9 A. ? R. 24P. All the Timber and . Saplings marked with red Paint in the said Coppices are to he reserved. The ab- ive Timber is worth the Attention of the Traders in general; the Coppices are. situate about 8 Miles from Wen- lock, 4 Miles from Church Suction, and near to the Turnpike Road. Mr D. io'ei Lowe, of Gietton, will appoint n Person to shew- the Timber and Coppices ; and further Particulars maybe had by applying to Mr. Wtt. i. uM HICKMAN, of Stanley, near Bridgnorth, or to Mr. A- TFRLEY, Solicitor, Shrewsbury. OAK, ASH, AN17 POPL. Ml TIMBER. BY J. BROOME, At the Crown Inn, iu Church Stretton, in the County of Salop, on Thursday, the iOth Day of January, 1811, between the Hours of three and five in the Afternoon, in the following, nr such otner Lots as shall be agreed upon at the Time of PMLEGS by MSTOS;' tlAt ASD TURNIPS, BY W. SMITH, At the Mermaid Inn, in the Town of Shrewsbury, on Satur- day, the 19th of January, 1.811, between the Hours of four and five in the Afternoon : ASTACK of well harvested HAY, containing about 15 Tons, belonging to Mr. John Jandrell, stand- ius; In THE GROVE, in tiie Parish of Church Pulverbateh, in the County of Salop ( lo go off tbe Premises.) Likewise a Stack of BLEND FODDER, together with 1A 3R. of good TURNIPS, which must be e.- iten on the Premises, sitv. it.-> as pbiVe.. Tbe Purchaser of this Lot to have the use of an adjdining Pasture, together wiih a Fold and Cow Ties. Wiiliam Cook, nf The Grove, will shew the Hay, & c.' TIMBER. At tbe House of Elizabeth Walford, inGrinshill, on Tuesday, the 151u Day of January instant, between the Hours of three ai. d si* o'CI ick in. the A'ternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall he then produced : OAK TREES, and 4- 1 ASH TREES, s- rihed and oiai feed, now growing on Lmds in GRINSHIJ. L, in the County of Salop. And 15 OARS, and 12 ASH, growing on CLJVK H ALL Farm. SS" I', r Particulars apply to Mr. WOOD, or Mr. jF. sror, both of Oriiishili, and Mr HARDISO, of Clive Hall. 30 Sale S LOT I. Valuable Freehold Estates. BY S. TUDOR, Sometime in the Beginning of January, IS11 ; EVERAL l-' AKMS arid LANDS, situate at Marto'i, Wilmington, ai. d Rorriugton, iu the County ot Salop, in Ihe several Occupations of John. Bloekiey, Wil- liam Bostock, Thomas Williams,' Mr. George Roberts, An- drew Turner, John Roberts, Thomas Sawyer, Joseph Preece, Joseph Evans, and Mr. James Wynne, or their Undertenants. Pnniculais of the above Estates will be inserted m a future Paper. TURNPIKE TOLLS. l& TOTICE is hereby given, lhat the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates hereuuder- mentioned, on the Roads in the western Division of the Third Dis'ric. t of the Mont- gomery and Bishop's Castle Roads, in the Counties of Mont- gomery and Salop, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION, to the best Bidders, at the House of Edmund Read, known bv the Siznof the DRAGON, in MONTGOMERY, on THURS- DAY, the FOURTEENTH Day of FEBRUARY next, at ' eleven o'clock in the Foieuoon, for oue Ytfar from Lady Day next, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in tbe thir- teenth Year of the Reign of bis Majesty King George the Third, for regulating the Turnpike Roads ; which Tolls are now let for tbe respective yearly Sums following : £. • Stalloe and Sarnybryncaled Gates on the Roatl So Pool '. 241 Montgomery Gate on the Road to Chirbury 56 Brynderwen Gate on the Road to Gunley 11 Avlcsford Gate on tbe Road to. Marton 55 Chiirchstoke Gate on the Road from Bishop's Castle to Forden 50 Whoever happens to be the best Bidder for the Tolls of any or either of llie Gates, must give Security wiih sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction ot trie Trustees, for Payment of the Rent agreed for, at such Tines as they shall direct; nnd no Person will be allowed to bid who does not produce his Sureties at the Time of the Auction. FRANCIS AI. LFN, Clerk to the Tiuslees. Montsomeni, 3d Jnmtn- y, 1311. BY JONATHAN I'KIJHY, At the Phcenix Inn, in the Abbev- forrrra'te,/ Shrewsbury, on Monday, the 14th Day of J. ihuary I P , at five o'Cloi k in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced: i LL that MESSUAGE or DWELLING f\. HOUSE, situate on the East of the ABBEY FORF. G ATE aforesaid : consisting of « good Kitchen, Par- lour, with suitable Lodging Rooms, Brewh . us -, Pantry, and Cellar, together with a Stable, Yard, Garden, and Pump, supplied with excellent Water, anil now in the Tenure or Occupation of Thomas Langtord. Land Tux is redeemed. The Tenant will shew the Premises: aiid far further Par- ticulars apply to Messrs. MADOOCK and SIMF. S, Shrewsbury. SHIFENAL ASSOCIATION', Or Monthly Meeting, foi the Prosecution uf Felons. E whose Names are here under- mentioned, have agietd to prosecute Felons ond Persons of everv denomination, committing depredations on the Persons or Property of any of the Members of this Association. And for. the more effectual discovery of Offenders, we heicbv give Notice, that any Person or Persons giving Information of any Felony or Felonies, so that the Person or Persons committing the same, shall be convicted thereof, the Person or Persons giving such Information, shall upon every such Conviction, be entitled to, and receive the under- mentioned Rewards, bv applying to the Society ; who, lor the speedy and more ellVoiu. il bringing Offenders- lo Justice, meet Ihe first Thurs- day in everv Month. X s. it. House- breaking or Highway- robbery ......... 21 0 t) Horse, Sheep, or Cattle Stealers 10 10 0 Pigs or Fowl Stealing 5 5 0 Turnips, Potatoes, or other similar OlTeiices 1 1 0 Any Person or Persons buying Lime or Coals from any of our Waggons, will be piosecuted, and Springle- getiers, Hedge- breakers, See. w ill be punished to the utmost Rigor of the Law. Drayton. Thomas Smith, It oo. isiile. William Bate, Hang1'. ton, B. Maselield, John Cartwright, Gentlemen's and other private Families, Inn and Tavern Keepers, and Dealers in Glass fVare, will do well in attending the approaching Sale of an EXTENSIVE STOCK of rich cut ami plain GLASS. U'llicn IVILL HE SOLD I1Y AUCTI IN, BY JONATHAN FERRY, In Ihe large Room, at the Fox Inn, Shrewsbury, on Monday, the 14th, "' nesday, the 15th, Wddnisday, the 16th, Thius- day, the 11th, and Friday, the 18th of January, 1811: COMPRISING Articles of every description in the present prevailing Fashion ; sold to effect the ad| ust- ment and settleim nt of a Manufacturing Concern, without Ihe least keseive, and offeiing to Individuals and tile Trade a rare Opportunity to , purchase, as the Lots will be made to accommodate each ; and consist of rich cut and plain round and oval Dishes, Sugar Bisons, Decanters, Wine, Ale, Bern-, C| der, Champagne, arid Claret Glasses, Goblets, Rummers, Tumblers, Salts, Coolers, Finger, lintter, and Sweetmeat Boxes aud Ulasses, Crofts, Liners, aud Cruets, Chimneys and Phials, Salvers, Ink aud Root Glasses, Confectioner's J. irs, Vase and Street Lamps, electrical Conductors, Stop- pers ami Smelling Bottles, blue Glass in great Vaiiety, ele. gintCriam Ewers aud large Jug,-, and numberless other Articles. The Goods will be open for Inspection every Sale Morn- ing at ten o'clock ; Ihe Morning Sale will - commence each Day punctually at eleven, and continue till one ; the Atter- noon Sale » ill begin at half past two, and continue till eight. Ccip Persons at a Distance, hot having Connexions in Shrewsbury, may have Commissions executed, by Application to - THE AUCTI'iNEFR. g() CAPITAL OAK TIMBER TREES, now growing in a Coppice, and Fields adjoini i< r, close to ALL STRETION, in the County of Salop, numbered with white Paint f om 1 to80 LOT IT. 34 excellent ASH Trees, growing iu the same Fields as Lot I. numbered wiih while Paint from I to 3V. LOT III. 18 POPLAR, arid 3 ELM ditto, growing in Fields adjoining Lot II. numbered with white Paint. LOT IV. 32 OAK Trees, now growing on Land close adjoin- ing All Stretton afiitesaid, numbered from 1 to 32. Lot V. 82 ASH Trees, growing in the same Fields as Lot IV. numbered from 1 to 82. LOT VI. 18 POPLAR, and 3 ELM Trees, growing in tame Fields as Lots IV. antl V. numbered with white Paint. N B. THE AUCTIO> EER will appoint a Person to shew Ihe T. mber, which is mostly of hu ge Dimensions and gootl Cleft. — All Stretton is situated i2 Miles from Shrewsbury, on the great Turnpike Road leadintr to Ludlow. BY RICHARD MADDOX, At the Plume of Feathers, in the ToWn of Oswestry, in the Comity of Salop, oil Wednesday, Ihe 101b Day of January, 1811, between the Hohrs of three and six in the Afternoon, in the following, i. r such other L- ils ns shall be agreed upon at tne Time of Siie, and subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced: LOT I. ALL that MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, called the GYRN, with three Pieces or Parcels of LAND thereunio adjoiiiina, and npar to the Village of gylattm, con- tairiiug by Admeasurement 4A. 3R. 16P. be the same more or less. LOT 11. A Picce of most excellent Mendow LAND, nearly adjoining the Inst Lot, and situate below the Rood leading from Svlattin to the Rice Course, and containing by Ad- measurement IA. 9 It ftP. be t he same more or less. LOT 111. Two Pieces of Arable LAND, called GWIiRN UCHA, nearly adj- iining tb » Vicarage in Svlattin aforesaid, containing by Admeasurement 4A. OR. 24P. be the same more or less. LOT IV. Two Pieces of Meadow LAND, called GWERN ISSA, adjoining the 1 ist Lit, arid containing by Admeasure, nieut 8.1. OR. 161'., be the same m - re or less, I. 0T V. A Seat or PEW in ihe Parish Cuurch of Sylattin aforesaid, N. R. The Whole of the above Estate is in Lease to Mr. John Wynu, of the Nant, the present Tenant, at the yearly Rent of o£ 20, for a Term of Years, 1 Years of which remain unexpired ot Lady Day next. LOT VI. A Piece of Common LAND, adjoining the Road leading fiom Sylattin to Cyrn- y- Bwcb Lime Kilns, containing 1 Acres or thereabouts, be the same more or less, and distant from the former half a Mile, and from the latter about a Mile. The above Estate lies within three Miles of the Mar- ket Town of Qswestiy, and two Miles from Lime and Coal, aud is capable of very great Improvement. A Person will be appointed to shew the Premises ; and further Particulars known upon Application to Mr. EDWARDS, Solicitor, in Oswestry. SHROPSHIRE. Capital OAK, ASfl, POPLAR, and other TIMBERi BY FRANCIS KITE, On Friday, the 25th of January, 1811, between the Tlooi- s nf three and fi< <- o'Clock iu the Alternoon, subject to Conditions then tn be produced, at Mr. E. Smith's, the Crown Inn, in Munslow, ill the County of. Salop, in such Lots as shall be agree I upon at the Time, of Sole: 1 ft7 MAIDEN OAK TIMBER TREES, 141- I O / ASH, 5b POPLAR, 19 ALDER, 12 MAPLE, and fi WYCHE, all numbered with White Paint, and standing on a Farm Balled the THoNGLANDS. in the Fari- li of Munslow, and County of Salop, si'uate near the Turnpike Road leadine from Ludlow lo Wenlock, 12 Miles fiom the former, end 1 from the latter, and about 10 from the Rivpr Severn or Build was Biidge.— The above Timber is of Urge Dimensions and excellent Quality. For a View of the Titwber apply to Mr. LACOH, on tbe Estate, who will appoint n Person to shew the same. For further Particulars apply lo TIIE AUCTIONEER, Lower Brosd Street, Ludlow, who has several more Lots for Sale. CAPITAL TIMBER. BY LAtvIN AND SON* At the Bowling Green Inn, Overton, Flintshire, on Monday, the 28th Day of January, 1811, at three o'Clock in ilie Afternoon, in the following, or such other Lots as mat' be agreed upon, subject to Conditions: LOT 1. ():>> OAK TREES, from- No. I to 92 inclusive. LOT II.'' 102 OAK TREES, from No. 9i to 194 inclusive. LOT 111. 11 ASH TREES The Timber is chiefly sound, and of very large Dimensions, situate 3 Miles from Overton, and 5 Miles from Bangor. Thomas Junes, of Petilev, will shew ihe Trees ; and Parti, cnlarsmav he had from Mr. TURNER, Architect, Whitchurch, Shropshire. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. BY RICHARI~ MADDOX, On the Premises, without Reserve, on Thursday and Friday, the lllh ond ) 8th of January, 1811 ; ALL the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, Brewingand Dairy Utinsds, CORN and HAY, together with all the HOUSEHOLD FUR. NITURE, belonging to Mr. JOHN HARRIES; of TYN Y COED, in the Parish of Berriew, and County of Montgmeiy. Sale to begin precisely at 10 o'Clock each Dav. VALUABLE TIMBER. Shijl ua1. M. A SlatreyJ Esq. Geo. Wyat. t, The Manor. R. Langley, Stanton. John Eyke, Wyle. Thomas Rushton. Upton. Thomas Langley. Ration. Samuel Jones. h oodhoase. John Masefield, T ^ ALEG HV AUCTION* TIMBER. BY JOSEPH KIIODEN, At the Cross Keys Inn, in Bridgnorth, 011 Saturday, tbe 12th of January, 1811, at the Hour of 11 in the Forenoon pre, ciselv, in one or more Lots,' as shall be then agreed upon : ASH Timber Trees, I, Elm, 1 Poplar, aj> 4 3 With es, growing on Lands near to the Town of Bridgnoith4-- 50 OAK Timber Trees, growing upon Lands at Bridge Walton, in the Parish of Morville ; and 20 ELMS, growing upon Lands at Barrow, in the. Occupation of Mr. Thomas Thursfield; all Scribe- maikud and numbered. Mr. James Brawn, of Bridgnorth, will shew the Timber near to that Town, and Mr. William Rlioden, of Mm kley Cross, will shew the Residue; and further Particulars may be bad of Messrs. COLLINS aud IIINTON, Solicitors, m Weulock. 45 BY JOSEFH RUODEN, At the White Hart Inn, in Much Wenl. ick, on Monday, the' 14th Day ot'January, 1811, at tbe Hour of four in the Afteinoon precisely, ill one or more Ijits, as shall be then agreed upon': 1 \ ASH Timber Trees, and 3 Wych Elms, 1 Jj V/ now growing upou Lands contiguous to tbe 1' own of Much Weulock. Further Particulars may be had of Messrs. COLI INS and HiNION, Solicitors, in Wenlock aforesaid, who will diiect a Person to shew the Timber. FREEHOLD MANSION, ESTATE, and Ti t'ilEa, IS THE COU.\ TY or SALOP. BY JONATHAN FERRY, Sometime in the Mouth ot April next, ( unless disposed of in the mean Time by private Contract) in Lots; Particulars of which will appear m future Papers j ^ HE FEE SIMPLE and Inheritance of that de- sirable MANSION of SU'lTON MADDOCK. and of several very eligible and c. oinpaot FREEHOLD FARMS, LANDS, and Tenements, situate- in the Parish of SUTI'ON M ADDOC K, in the County of Salop, containing in thaWhole by Admeasurement, THIRTEEN HUNDRED ACRES, or thereabouts, ol excellent Arable, Meadow, Pasiurfc, and Wood Land, with the TITHES of Corn and Grain arising fioni neailv the Whole thereof The abovtt Estate lies completely together within a Ring Fence, Willi excellent Farm Houses and Buildings thereon, forming a most desirable and advantageous Property, . situate in a line Sporting Country, finely woodted, and abounding with GAME. Part of the Estate adjoins to the River Severn, near to Coalbrook Dale, has the Advantage of'good Roads, aud is close to Liuie and Coal. There is a considerable Quantity of fine growing TIMBER on the Estate, anil a Vein of Coal runs under a considerable Part of I he Lands. The Estate is within 3 Miles of Shiffnal, 1 Of Bridgnorth, 2 of the Iron Bridge, 2 ot'. CoaJbrook Dale, 3 of Broseley, and 13 of Wolverhampton, all good Market Towns. For further Particulars apply to FRANCIS WALFORO, Esq. Cronkhill; Mr WILLIAM JELLICOE, Henthall; or to Messrs. PliMBtRToN and CourLAND, Solicitors, Shrewsbury. 3r/ January, 1811. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the H- nise ol' Mr. Caitwright, the Britannia Inn, Mardol. Snrew- buiv, on Saturday the 19th of January, 1811, pre- cisely at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, and subject to Conditions then to be produced : LOT I. 1 A7 OAK, 2S ASH, 1 SYCAMORE, and 15 1 7 ' Pieces of NAVY TIMBER, squared. LOT II. 13 OAK, 8 ASH, 1 SYCAMORE. The above valuable Timber is of large Dimensions, fitful the Navy, Planking, or other Purposes. The. fust Lot i- situate on the RED HOUSE FARM, in tlie Parish of Kin- nerlev ; is within half a Mile ol tbe R. ver Severn at the Roval Hill: — The second Lot. is grooving on a Farm at W1LCOT, in the Parish of Great Ness, and distant only 2 from the River Severn at the Royal Hill, and 1 Mile from- the Tmnpike Road leading from Oswestry to Shrewsbury : ami the Whole within 5 Miles of the Ellesmere Canal at the Qjeen.' s Head.— GEORGE WILLIAMS, of Wileot, will shew the Timber, To F- iRiintis, SroifB Mjso. vs, HiucKr.. irsns, CDTI- PUSTKfis, Joixep. s, and Others. BY CHURTON, ( By Order of the Assignees) on Monday, tbe 2Ist Dav of January, iSll. and Ihe following Days, on the Premises at TYRLEY HEATH FARM, and at the intended TilREAD MANUFACTORY", near Diayton- in- Hales, iu tbe County of Salop; HE following VALUABLE EFFECTS, late belonging to SAMUEL DAVIES, & PETER D. WIES, ( Bankrupts) or one of them : comprising a large quantity of leatly- Jre. ssed Red Stone, of different Dimensions, ditto of Slates and Cdi* ring Tiles ; Bricks, ujion the Premises, liiul at Woodseaves; n large assortment of Oak scantling and. square Timber, Pait of which is ready framed for different Purposes; several Loads of Oak Joists and Spars; a quantity of Oa!;, A h. Alder, Walnut, and other Tim lipr in the round- Oak and nf. ber Laths ; upwards of 3U Sash Frames ai d Dior Cases; a quantity of tbree- ineh Deal Planks and Pine Balk; a large assortment of dry Oak, Beech, Alder, and other Planks, of various thicknesses, breadths, and lengths ; ditto of Oak quarter and flash Boards ; ditto of Deal and Elm Boards, of different strengths ; a quantity of Felloes, Spokes, AxleTrecs, with other Wagg in, Cart, and Plough Timber j Posts nnd Rails ; Several small Hand Carriages upon Rollers; one Pair of large Timber Wheels; Joiner's Benches, with Screws, com- plete ; Griud- stoue; large quantity of round and sqtiare Bars of wrought Iron ; a Pair of Blacksmith's Bellows, one Anvil, several large Vices, one valuable Pair of large Stocks, with Screws and Taps ot different sizes ; numerous other Smith's Tools uf every Description ( all neariy new) ; a quan- tity of old Pewter and Lead ; large and small Iron Crows; Scale Beams and Weights ; with a large assortment of other- Articles, which will be paaticularised in the Catalogues,— Likewise, one STACK of BARLEY, all the HAY," RYH- GRASS, RICKS of STRAW, & c. n large Stone StackFrame, broad and narrow wheeled Wogghus, wltn iron Anns, Shells, & c. Harvest Cait, broad and narrow wheeled Tnnibrils, double k'single Ploughs, large and small Harrows, a valuable Threshing Machine 3- horse power, Windowing ditto, loiig and short Ladders, Malt and Crashing Mills ; with numer- ous other Lots, too tedious to mention,—. Catalogues may hn• had of TUB AUCTIONEER, at Whitchurch, and at the principal Inns at Drayton, and in the Neighbourhood. All the valuable MACHINERY for the intended Thread', Manufactory, will be sold early in the ensuing Spriu*, of which due Notice will be given. LAND, Also, TO BE LET, al the same Time and Place, for one Year from Candlemas next, SE VIE ii A1, PIECES or PAR- CELS of LAND, Part of the Tyrley Estate; PaiticpUri of which will be published in a future Paper, C'EVERAL Lots of OAK TIMBER, now growing O in BOREATTON PARK, and the WOOLS adjacent, of large Dimensions.— Particulars in a few Days. N. B. Boreatton Park is situated within one Mile and half 9! theEUesmere Qanal, and about 4J Miles uf theliiver Severn Capital Oak and Ash ' l imber. At the Crown Inn, Bridgnortn, in the County of Salop, pur- suant to an Order ot. Ihe Court of Exchequer, in the latter End of January, or the Beginning of February next, of which due Notice will De given; / DO CAPJTAL 0AK TREES, and 500 ASH \ J\ J Ditto, now growing upou the Estate of Mrs. Long, at Sidbury, in the said County, For Particulars and viewing the said Timber, apply to Mr. JOHN DEVERBLL, at Sidbury aforesaid. The above- mentioned Timber is of the finest Quality, and largest Dimensions, fit for the Royal Navy, aud all other Purposes which require first- ia- e ' Timber,-— Sidbury is within live Miles of the Severn, nth Decmiber, l& ty. • - At the Royal Oak, in Welsh Pool, 011 Monday, the 28ih Day of January, 1811, in the following Lots, and subject to such Conditions as will then he declared : LOT I. AN eligible and compact FARM, called BWLCH EITHIN; consisting of , fi new- erected and substantial FARM HOUSE, with suitable Outbuildings, and; several Closes or Parcels of LAND thereunto belonging, containing together . by Admeasurement 12R, 2R. 31P, or thereabout, situate in the. PARISH of GU1LSFIELD, 111 the County of Montgomery, now in tbe Holding ol Ann Savage, Widow, LOT 11. TWO PIECES OF, LAND, containing by Ad- measurement 13 Acres, or thereabout, situate at MOEL- Y- GARTtl, in the said Faiisb of QujUfield, now in the Hold- ing of the, said Ann Savage, distant about a Mile from the said Farm. ' The Purchaser will be required to take the Timber at a Va- luation, which will be produced at. the Tune of Sale. The Sale, to commence at five o'Clock in the Afternoon. £ 3= The Tenant will. shew- the Premises; an-) ' or . farther Particulars apply to Mr. T. I.. JONES, Solicitor, Oswestry. VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, & c. BY W. CHURTON, Upon the Premises, on Tuesday, the 19( b, arid Wednesday, the 20th Days of March, .811; HE follow ing valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS in HUSBANDRY, Dairy Vessels, HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, & c. the Property of Mrs. I) UTTON, of GR AF TON HALL, in the Parish of Tilston, near Malpas, in theCoqtity. of Chester; comprising upwardsof 50 Head of. excellent calving Cows and Heifers, Stirks, Sic, 5,.^' a. ggiw Horses antl Gears, one valuable Chesput Horse, 6- vrs. old,. by Fox, ( a capital Hunter) , Brood Mare ( nearly full Blood) fy- Regent, in- foal by Young Improver, 3- yrs. old ; ChesiiMt Colt, out of a Brood Mare, by Hercules, 3- vrs. old ; bay Dilto, by Young Alexander; one 2- yrs. old, black Filley, nut of Brood Mare, got by a s'- rong Horse; a 2 yrs. old bay Waggon Filley, one yearling Filley, got by Beuiiigbrough ; 20 Ewes, in. lamb, ii',- pig Sows, store Pigs; together with Implements in Hus- bandy, Dairy Vessels, Household Furniture, itc. Sco. Parti- culars of which will appear in a future Paper. This Advertise, lieut will not appear again till near the Time of Sale. . TO BREECHES.- JWUKEHS AND GLOVERS. nO Monday, tbe 4th day of February, 1811, at the Market- Hall, in Much Wenlock, in the County of Salop, unless disposed of in the mean Time by ptivate Contract, of which Notice will he given : HIT HE STOCK IN TRADE of JOHN BED. JL DOES, late of MUCH WENLOCK aforesaid, Skinner and Breeches- Maker, deceased ; consisting of several Thou- sands of Oil leather Skins, Alluni Ditto, several Dozens of Deer Skins, a Quantity of Basils and Ground Leather, and about two I'ons of, Qlue. Piccefi. For further Particulars, awl to treat for the above by private Contract, apply IT6 Mr. FRANCIS GI JVUBT, of Much Weulock aforesaid, Ironmonger. < 1 CAPITAL OAK AND ASH TIMBER. BY WRIGHT AND SON, At the House of Mr. Job Swinchatt, Stag's Head Inn, in Drayton, iu Ihe County of Salop, on Thursday, the 11th of January, 1811, al. four o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to socn Conditions as will be then produced, in the three following Lois, or in such other Lot or Lots as shall be agreed upon at Ihe Time of Sale. LOT I. Afj CAPITAL OAK TREES, now blazed and J iiurtibered with Scribes, growing on a Farm at HIN- TOCK GRANGE, near Hinstock, iu the Countyof Salop'. 4 LOT II. 45capital ASH TREES', now blazed aud numbered with Scribes, growing on the aboVe Farm. LOT III. 33 Capital OAK TREES,( JJOW blazed and num- bered with Scribes, growing On Lajids near tbe abovs F- pai, known by the Name of the Otterlaysand Parvell. N. B. The above ' limber is of excellent Quality, and the greatest Part of large Dimensioris, the Bark is exceedingly clean and free from Scotch, and the whole will be found very useful ryhcre Length and Strength are required ; i(. lies within about, half a Mile of an excellent Turnpike Road, which leads b- mveen Newport » ud Drayton, nhout five Mites from each.— T^ yfenant al the, Faun - House will shew ttie Tiuibcr^ MBA1''"'!"'*"' 9 answered by applyi ig to THs Auc To the EUITOU of the SALOPIAN JOURNAL. SIR, If Ihe following stanzas, addressed to the Old Year, will answer the purpose of ' stopping a gap,' and at the same time, be likely to afford your readers a few minutes amuse- ment, you are at libertv to insert them in your next paper. They would have appeared with greater piopiiety in your lost week's Journal; but I ean only offer, in apology for send- ing them thus late, that, if the claims of the past year were always satisfied within ihe first, week of the current, the world would keep straighter accounts than, 1 apprehend, it is in the general habit of doing. I am, Mr. Journalist, your constant reader, and very humble seivant, Oswestrv, January ith, 1811. OPPIDANUS. One thousand, eight hundred, and ten!*— Thou and I shall meet never again 1 Take Old Time by the nose, 1 beseech 1 as he goes ; And hold, while I pluck from his pinion a pen, With which to deplore That the season is o'er When I haply might hope I should greet thee again, Hear Yetir! I'm to part with thee loth : But, alas ! that old foe to us both, With his hour- glass and sand, And his scythe in his baud, The devourer of years, and the mower of men, By his pestilent breath Has consign'd thee to death, Leaving me to lenient we shall ne'er meet again. Yet, tho' doom'd in the maw to expire Of ' 1 ime, thy unnatural Sire, Thy mind- ctierish'd spright Shall perceive, with delight, That I think ot thee gratefully still now- and- then : Per, while I'm alive, St ill shall Mem'ry revive Thy pei iod of transport again and again. Accept, ere we part, then, my thanks,— For thy pastime and innocent pranks For each pleasing inducement Of Health, and Amusement, By which thou hast led me o'er field, moor, and glen* For the countless delights Of ihv days, and thy nights, Which so ott have beguil'd me, but ne'er shall again In sooth, while I sadly reflect On tbe past, I can hardly expect That the new- coming year Should afford me Ibe cheer Of one thousand, eight hundred, and ten ; Or the joys I have known Jn the months that are flown Be extended to those that shall pass me again. Ere long, my dear Year, shall thy friend, ( Like thyself, by Time drawn to an end), Be ccnsign'd to the dust, For die oil of us must;— ( Time and Death are in league against men) i Till that Time's restless motion Reach Eternity's ocean, And then we shall rise to a triumph again. Let it some consolation impart That, tho' Time, with his death- dealing dart, Bids us cease to exist, Yet we see, thro' the mist Of the future, a dawn coming, when— The Tyrant himself Shall be laid on the shelf, And the gen'ral Devourer devonr'd be again. FOB THE SALOPIAN JOURNAL. ON BRITISH POLITENESS TO STRANGERS. " MI". EDITOR, 1 shall begin with a question, in terms not remarkably smcoth ; but, if it be somewhat rough, there is occasion for that Style : it suits the state uf my mird; it is adapted for a class of persons for whom it is more ( specially intended ; and who shall fully comprehend " bat I design to convey ; theie- fore, agreeably to a maxim derived from Vulcan's Smitbery, 1 shall " strike while the iron is hot," and ask, ARE BRITONS BLACK- GUARDS, OR NOT ? If, Sir, another person weie to put the questiqn, I should give him this answer, They are, and they are not. There are men of that character among us ; and there are men among us not of that character. Don't he displeased, Mr. Editor, wilh my outset: I may, end probably shall, be somewhat ..„.,... k., b. O'- M* eh*, close; our I nope tbts letter will be read by men who are often rough in their own language, and who must be met wilh terms suited to their own dialect, and not above their understanding. 1 confess, sir, that my temper has been ruffled, roughfeel-* or discomposed, by the conduct of men whodeseive such appellation; both in the neighborhood where I reside, and in other places. If you, Mr. Editor, or any reader, were to say then " Why not wait, sir, till you are cooler, before ycu begin to write ?" I should instantly give ycu this reply, ' be- cause, sir, I shall write much better while I am hot.' I shall give that energy to my expressions, which the occasion le- qliires; and the language and sentiment will make that im- pression on vulgar minds, which a cooler, more polished, and more studied phraseology would not be able to effect. I do not wish to indulge the ebullitions of petulance, but the glow of virtuous indignation against that conduct of my countrymen which r< fleets time disgiace on the whole ; and which, if not counteracted by timely reprehension, might terminate in acts of indelible reproach. I feel, sir, at this moment a pa- triotic desiie to prevent our national honuur being tarnished ; a laudable solicitude to cheek intemperate zeal, so that it shall not break forth into any peisonal outrage which may be attended with calamitous consequcnce. Now then, lo the point. LUCIEN BONAPARTI, the brother of a self- created Emperor, thefrateinal relative of a usurper of Sovereign authority, is row in Shropshire. He has met wilh insult in several places, Since he put footing on our island. At Worcester, ( if I am rightly informed) the blackguards, or men moie zealous and violent than discieet and prudent, in effnrts t6 express indig- nation at the brother of such a man, were nearly able to ac- complish the overthrow of his carriage into the Severn. Now suppose they had done it, Infamy would ever have attached to tbe people now living in that city, on several accounts. First, for such a defective state of its police that they either could not, or neglected to, disperse a set of rrffians disposed to an act of public mischief, and high dishonour. Secondly, for many dreadful consequences which might have ensued such an event, for tbcugh l. uncn has acted iu a way -. apparently tb offend his brother, yet if he bad lost his life among us, per- haps it mill lit have bei n roeuged by the death of many of our countrymen now1 prisoners in France, Nafioleun is a man » ho would net be nice in the observance of justice, nor very cautious as to the1 effusion of blood. IJeuce he might hate acted so as to provoke us to retaliate by the massacre of Frenchmen : and all this mischief would have arisen from a few V'gorninn ( or Worcester) blackguatdS being suffired to throw this one man into the Severn. Therefore, on motives of prudence and humanity, ( to say nothing now of national honour fur courtesy to strangers, even to enemies) let this man meet with no other treatment than Such as is becetniiig for a truly valiant, wile, and welt be- haved people to manifest. He is a prisoner ori parole, and his person is so far sacifrd. There is a wide difference between respectful homage, and no insult. The man who insults him must be a black- guard. Anxious as I am fur these few thoughts to meet the public eye as shun as possible, I shall speedily cluse'this letter, fbst declaring my intention to think further on the subject, and to send you another letter next week. In the mean lime, 1 hope some persons of rank will adopt lequi- ile. means to have a statement inserted iu your next paper, infoiming tbe public to what extent of boundary Lveien has liberty to range on bis parole, of honour, taking Ludlow, where he now is, for the central point. Or, is he to be confined to the County.? 1 piesuint not, or he should have been placed iu the centre, BDt on the border.', o. l > Let me hope that when he returns to France,, if he ever do return, he will have cause to say that he fouyd the Salopieiisiatis a. people of good niuiintrs, with: few or. no black- gunids, as far as be could judge from their conduct towuiils » Vf} LS « VVJ- HHOSIIJ iii jfaofrniil man jSCBUS JiUOT My signature is real- as to principles; therefore it cotlies tiui fri m one w ho is an admirer of the Bonapartel family. Ill my next letter " there shall be several cool ajgu- i - We'fits to prove to, and perhaps convince, the most skeptical, that I am at heart Ludlow, Dec. 31, 1810. A BRITON. ' * 1 nil is the PROPER word.. Tie words now spelt RUFF, RUFFIAN, and RUFFLE, are w ritten according lo easy pronunciation, hut all evidently derived from a ROUCH origin, meaning nut smooth; arid tl us a rnflian is a 11 o L' c 111A N, or a fellow of lAii^ ti^ coaise; brutal manner*. Probably of Irish extraction',; FT^ ftY its CHJGHJ and tie it preceding nialt^ stlie SOUND in niti- faiiCe something like " AN FCho To " in l SI- NSE;" it does not cV « lie tongue gently, like the word smooth Thus Ha » o*- grindeRlfc4SilSltued JO as to imitate the none of the whee. MOST HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3t. i STATE OF THE NATION. The House having resolved itself into a Committee, the CHANCELLOR OF THE lixcHtaUER proposed his Resolutions with respect lo the Restrictions lo be imposed on his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales as Regent of the United King- dom. The substance of Mr. P.' s speech upon the occasion, was given in oui last; the following a'e the Resolutions: " I That for the purpose of providing for the exercise ot the Royal authority, during the continuance of his Majesty's illness, in such manner, and to such extent, as the present circumstances and the urgent concerns of the nation appear to require, it is expedient, that his Roval Highness the Prince of Wales, being resident within the realm, shall be empowered to exercise and administer tbe Royal authority, according lo the Laws and Constitution of Great Britain, in tiie name and on the behalf of his Majesty, and under the sty le and title ol Regent ot the Kingdom ; and to use, execute, and perform, in the name and on the behalf of his Majesty, all authori- ties, prerogatives, acts of government, and administration of Ihe same, that belong to the King of this realm to use, execute, and perform, according to the law thereof, subject to sucb limitations and exceptions as shall be provided. " 2. That it is the opinion of this Committee, that for a time to be limited, the power so to be given to his Royal Highness Ihe Prince of Wales, shall not extend to llie granting of any rank or dignity of the peerage of the realm to any person whatever, except such person or persons as may perform some singular naval or militarv achievement. '<• 3." That it is tbe opinion of this Committee, that for a time to be limited, the said power shall not extend to ihe granting of any office whatever in reversion, or to the granting of any office, salary, or pension, for any other term than during his Ma jesty's pleasure, except such offices as are lij law required lo be granted for life, or during good behaviour." " 4. That it is the opinion of this Committee, that sucb parts of his Majesty ' s private property as arc not vested in trustees shall be vested ill trustees fur the benefit of his Majesty." " 5. That it is the opinion of this Committee, that the care of his Majesty's Royal person, during the continuance of his Majesty's illness, stall be committed to the care of the Queen's most excellent Majesty ; and that, for a lime to be limited, her Majesty shall have Ihe power to remove from, and to nominate and appoint such per- sons as she shall think proper, to the several ofliccs in his Majesty ' s household ; and to dispose, order, and manage all other matters and things relating to the care of his Majesty's royal person, during the time aforesaid'; Mid that, for the better enabling her Maje ty to discharge this important task, it is abo expedient lhat a Council shall be appointed to advise and assist her Majesty in the seveial malters aforesaid ; and with power, from lime to time, as they may see cause, lo examine, upon oath, the Physicians ami others at- tending his Majesty's person, touching tiie state of his Majesty's beallh, and all matters relating thereto." On the first Resolution being read by the Chairman, the hon. W. LAMBE rose, and after a short address, moved, as an amendment, that tbe last words of the first resolution, " sub- ject to such restrictions and limitations as should be provided," be omitted.— Mr. CANNING, in a most brilliant argumentative speech, supported the amendment.— Mr. M. MONTAGU and Lord' CASTLEREAGH contended for the restrictions.— Lord KENSINGTON, Mr. LEACH, Mr. W. SMITH, and Mr. H. SMITH, were for the amendment.— The House then divided separately on the three first Resolutions. Ou the 1st ayes 224, noes 200— majority 24. Ou the 2d, ayes 226, noes 210— majority 1G. On Ihe 3d, ayes 233, noes 214— majority 19. The 4th was carried with- out a division : and the 5th was postponed. TUESDAY, JANUARY 1. The House went into a Committee on the State of the Nation.— M'. PERCEVAL addiessed the Committee at some length on the subject of the person to be intrusted with the care of his Majesty's person, & c. and concluded by moving his ith Resolution; which was opposed by Lord Gower, who moved that that part which related to the removing of his Majesty's attendants should be left out, for the purpose of inserting, " together with the sole direction of sucb portion of his Majesty's household as should be deemed suitable to a due atleudanceand regard to the royal person." Mr. H. MARTIN, Mr. G. JOHNSTONE, Lord MILTON, Sir S. ROMILLV, Mr. ADAM, Mr. CANNING, Mr. WHITBREAD, and Loid CASILEREAGH, argued strenuously in support of lbe Amendment; and Mr. HILEY ADDINGTON, Mr. STEPHEN, Mr. WiLBERFORGE, Lord DYSART, Mr. FULLER, and Mr. B. BATHORST for the oiiginal question.— Oil a division there appeared for the Amendment 226, against it 213— majority against Ministers 13.— The 5th Resolution was of course negatived. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2. On Mr. LUSHINCTON appearing at the Bar with the Report of the Committee ou the State of the Nation, Mr. MORRIS protested against the whole of the Resolutions except the last, w liicli had been so qualified as to meet his approbation— tbe kingly authority should not be subject to any limitations He also protested against the principle ot 1188, which gave to a Council the power of declaring his Majesty's tecovery ; it could no otherwise be recognised than by an examination of his Physicians before that House, or a t ommittee delegated for that purpose.— Mr. P. MOORS followed on the same side, and complained of the delusion which had been practised to proeuie the adjournments.— The Report of the Committee was then brought up, and tbe Resolutions were read a first time. On the second reading of the first Resolution, Lord POR- CHESTER rose, and urged a variety of very strong arguments against the restrictions which it contained, and concluded by moving, as an Amendment, " That the last words of the Resolution, ' subject to such restrictions and limitations as should be provided,* be left out." This motion gave rise to a most interesting and animating debate, in which Sir T. ' I URTON; Lend FRANCIS OSBORNE, Mr. C. W. WYNN, Mr. GRATTAN, Mi. SHERIDAN ( whose eloquence through a very long speech shone with all its wonted lire), Mr. CANNING, Sir S. KOMILLY, Sir F. BVRDETT, Mr. PONSONBY, and Mr. WHITBHEAK brought forward every argument in support of the Amendment, which it was in the power of human ingenuity to produce; these were forcibly combated by Mr. YORKE, Mr. Secretaiy RYDER, aud the MASTER of the ROLLS ; Mr. G. WILSON, also spoke against the Amendment. No division however took place.— Mr. PERCEVAL then moved au Amendment to the lust Re- olution, which wus intended lo ha\ e the effect of restoring il lo us original slate. Upou this the House divided, when there appeared tor Mr. Perceval's Amendment 214, against it 217 — Majority 3. Thus it appears the Minister had a majuiity of three only against him iu Ihe Home, ou tbe same question upon which there had the night before been a majority of 13 against him in the Committee. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3. A message was sent to the Loids, by Viscount CLIVK, desiring a conference; and his lordship having returned, a Committee was appointed to manage the same. Ou tbe return of the Committee, Lord Clive informed the House that the Resolutions of the Commons had been submitted to the otber House, requesting their lordships' concurrence. The CHANCELLOR of tbe EXCHEQUER sta'ed, that a difficulty had aiisen between the Tieasury and the Exchequer, relative to the issue of money, absolutely necessary for tbe service ot the army and hnvv of this country, and he trusted the House would t il to- morrow be satisfied wilh ibe printing of tbe shoit papeis he now held in his hand. He declared that be did not wi.- h any indemnity, before the general Conduct of Ministers, 011 this occasion, came before them. He concluded by inuving for the production of a wairant, dated Dec. 31, from tbe Loid. of the Treasury tu the Auditor of tbe Exchequer, and ihe coriespondence that hail laken place thereon.— Mr, PON- SONBY said, the uigency of the case excused tbe loruis ot tbe House, but condemned Ministers for not having ascertained and provided for such difficulties, long beioie tms time.— Mr. TURKEY enquired it the whole of the concspondeuce would appear i— The CHANCELLOR ot the ExcHtaeER trusted that tne papeis to be produced would be thought sufficiently oili eial; if not, lie must endeavour to procure such document* as would be thought more satisfactory.— After a few remarks tne question was carried. The ] fapeis brought up, aud ui- dered to be printed. Referred to a Committee uf the whole House to- morrow.— The order of tbe day for tailing over defaulters, was postponed till Tliuisday. HOUSE OF LORDS. Lord CLIVE and other members of the Commons bronght up a message desiring a conference; which was agreed to; aiid1 being ended, on the motion of tbe. Earl of LIVERPOOL, the Resolutions which had beeu agreed to on the part ot the Co'irinions, were ordeied to be interred to a Committee uf the whole House.— The Earl of LIVERPOOL, after bbseivmg that in thtf pteseht bitnalion ol affairs it: ivould be desirable the House should be miide acquainted with the disposal of the public money) made a motion tor the production ot the same papeis as were movedlbrby Mr. Perceval in the House of Commons. — Loiti OiiENVriLE ( as Auditor of tne Exchequer)' eXpie.- sed his Concurrence.— Oidered. A ctlrioui circumstance happened at a great hou'sfe m'St. James's Stuet, ,| ast JVlonday night. Sir John , having loit a considerable sum at hasard, threw down Ills purse, aim exclaimed, " Who wilt set my fast stake?" " I wild," replied a noble Lord; on which Sir John took the box audi threw in, till ' tie had'won five. hundred and twelve stakes. Ou opeii'lngkhe purse, he produced a Lottery Ticket-, and insisted on being paid in kind at tbe'iicxt meeting; therefore' the noble- Lord liiust pmcbase five hundred and twelvie Ticket; whatever the [ nice may be, in the State Lottery, to be drawn all in One Day, 15th February next. - i < CHRONOLOGICAL SKETCH OF THE REMABXABLB ErBSTS TTF THB YBAR 1S10. JANUARY. 1. Dispatches received from General Don, announcing the entire demolition of the basin, arsenal, magazines, and de- fences of Flushing, and the subsequent embarkation of the British troops on the 23d ult. 4. O. P. reconciliation dinner at the Crown and Anclioi Tavern. 8. Accounts received of the reduction of the fortress of the island of Bourbon, on the 21st of September, and the capture of a French frigate, and recovery of two East Indiamen. It). Mr. Lion Levi threw himself from the top of the Monument, and was killed on the spot. 23. Parliament convened bv Commission. 24. Treaty of Peace signed between France and Sweden. 28. The Governor of Gibraltar ordered all Spaniards capable of bearing arms to leave the garrison and defend their country. 29. Prince Stabremberg, the Austrian Ambassador, left England. FEBRUARY. 2. The Honse of Commons resolved to enquire into the conduct of the Expedition to Walcheren. — The French army marched towards Cadiz, with an intention of securing the French and Spanish fleets there, but the Duke of Albuquerque and the Duke del Parque unite their forces and oppnse them. 6. The ganisons of Guadaloupe surrendered the island, after a short bnt severe action, to his Majesty's land and sea forces, under the command. of Sir George Beckwith aud Sir Alexander Cochrane. Two French frigates, of 44 guns each, totally destroyed there on the llith Dec. 11. Part of the old church at Liverpool fell, and several persons buried in its ruins. 12. Islands of Feroe and Iceland, with certain settlements on the coast of Greenland, taken under British protection. 17. Dutch Settlement of Amboyna, with six small ships of war and 40 merchantmen, surrendered to his Majesty's land aud sea forces under the command of Capt. Tucker, of the Royal Navy. — Island of St. Martin surrendered to the forces of Gen. Harcourt aud Commodore Fahie at discretion. — Bonaparte formally annexed Rome and the Papal terri- tories to the dominions of France. 22. La Necessite French frigate, of 40 guns, captured by his Majesty's ship Horatio, Capt. Scott. MARCH. 1. Jerome Bonaparte took formal possession of Hanover. 2. The House of Commons passed a vote of censure on the conduct of Lord Chatham, in privately presenting to his Majesty a narrative of his operations in the Scheldt, and his Lordship resigned his office nf Master General uf Ihe Oiduance. 7. Vice- Admiral Lord Collingwood died at sea. 11. Bonaparte married by proxy at Vienna to the Arch- duchess Maria Louisa, aged 18 years and 4 months. 18. Island of St. Maura reduced by the troops under the command of Biigadier- General Oswald. 30. The House of Commons, after a discussion of four nights, came to a vote of Approbation of tile Expedition to the Scheldt, there being in favour of Ministeis 255, against them 232— Majority 23. APRIL. 1. Bonaparte re- married at Paris. — The King of Sweden issued a Proclamation, prohibiting the use of colonial produce to his subjects, and the entrance of English ships into" bis ports. 5. The House of Commons ordered Sir Francis Burdett, Bart, to be committed to the Tower for a gross and scandal- ous libel on its just rights and privileges. 7. Sir Francis Burdett having refused to obey the Speaker's warrant, and serious disturbances being apprehended, the military near the metropolis weie ordered to town, lo pre- serve public tranquillity. 8. Sir Francis Burdett wrote a letter to tbe Sheriffs of Middlesex, complaining that his house was beset by a mili- tary force, and requiring them to call out the fosse Com. ialis, to protect him against au illegal authority. 9. Sir Francis Burdett was arrested, and conveyed to the Tower, escorted by the military. The troops having fired several lives were lost. In the evening, the Serjeant at Arm gave a detail of his proceedings to the House of Commous w hen a letter from Sir Francis to the Speaker was read, deny lug the authority of the House to commit him. MAY. I. Capt. Willoughby, of his Majesty's ship Nereide, landed at Jacotel, in the Isle of Fiance, with a body of seamen aud mariues, defeated the garrison, and spiked the guns; but from the fewness of his men, was compelled to re- embaik them — The President of the United States issued a Proclama- tion, declaring that France hud revoked her Berlin Decree, 4 The House of Commons resolved to grant au annuity of ,£ 7000, to his Serene Highness the Duke of Brunswick, " to continue until he can return to bis own dominions." 21. Tbe fortress of Matagorda surrendered to the French. 22. Revolution at Buenos Ay res, the Government of the Viceroy removed, and a Junta of natives succeed them. 23. Serious disturbances at Rotterdam, where the French soldiers aud Custom House officers were assaulted, ill cou- sequeuce of their rigorous conduct to the people. 29. The Prince of Fuisteuburgh, Crown Prince of Sweden, died in a fit ot apoplexy. 30. His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland narrowly escaped assassination from a foreign domestic. JUNE. 4. Died the Right Hon. William Windham, in tbe 63d year of his age. 12. Gen. Sarrazini retired from the service of France, and came to England. 15. Mr. Cobbett, Proprietor of The Political Register, was tried in tne Court of King's Bench, on a charge ol publishing a libel on the German troops in the British seivice, and found guilty. lie was sentenced to pay a fine of £ 11) 00, be con- fined two years in Newgate, aud find sufficient security for his good behaviour fur seven years more. 2l. Parliament prorogued', when Sir Francis Buide. tt was liberated from i lie Tower, and John Gale Jones, who had been committed to Newgate for a breach of piivilege. — Seiious distuibailees at Stockholm dining the funeral of the late Clown Prince, when Count Fersen was Killed. 24. Died Lord Southampton, inthe 49th veai ot his age. 25. Tbe Spanish Council of Regency order the Extra- ordinary National Coitesto he convoked — Fouiteeu Fieuch prisoners escaped from Plymouth in the Union hoy, which contained 300 barrels of gunpowder. JULY. 1. A dreadful hurricane aud storm, which occasioned many accidents in London and elsewhere.— Louis Bonaparte re signed the Crown of Holland in favour of his two sons.— A dreadful catastrophe occurred at Pails; while the Austrian Ambassador was giving a splendid fete to a large assemblage of people, tbe apartments accidentally caught tire, and many lives were lost. 2. The Right Hon. Lord Greuvillewas installed Chancellor ofjhe University of Oxford, with unprecedented splendor, aud a week was consumed in academical exercises, entertain- ments, and festivity. 8. Island of Bourbon surrendered by capitulation to tbe land and sea forces, under the command uf Lieut. Colonel Keating aud Admiral Rowley, 10. Bonaparte formally annexed Holland to France.— Ciudad Rodrigo surrendered to the French, after a protracted siege of sixteen days. 19. Died her Majesty the Queen of Prussia. 20. A Neapolitan flulilla was intercepted off Amantea, l> y Ills Majesty's ship Thames, Capt. Waidegiave, and a number of Sicilian gun boats; 37 vessels full of stores were taken and cariied into Messina, and the remainder destroyed. 20. The public tunds suffeied a considerable depression, and many failures took place ill the City. 24. Loid Wellington's advanced guard, undef ihe command of Brigadier- Gen. Ciaufurd, being attacked by a very superior force, was compelled te, retire from its position near Almeida to Cavaltiel, losing uear 200 men in killed aud wounded, AUGUST. 8. Died the Earl of Berkeley, in the. 66th year of his age. — The Spanish Council ot Regency declare the province of ihe Carraccas in a state of rigouroui blockade. 11. Dreadful earthquake at St. MiehiielV, which destroyed 32 persons and 22 houses. 12. Fouiteeu Spanish ships of the line fitted out, and sent on different' destinations, to avoid the possibility of their falling into the possession of the French. 13. Died at Venice, the French General Menou, who was opposed to Sir R. Abererumby and Lotct Hutchinson, in Egypt. 15. The Council of Regency, in consequence of Sonlt's Proclamation, that no quarter was to be given to aimed' peasants, & c. who were not attached to un army, issued an order of retaliation, to pat all Fienchmeu io death, without distinction, which produced a recal of the first,- 21. Beiuadotte, tbe French General, etecued Crown Prince of Sweden by the Diet. 25. Lucien Bonaparte, with his family, arrive at Malta. — His Majesty's ships Sirius, Nereide, and Matficienne, gallantly attack several of tie enemy's ships ill tne Isle of France, and drive them on shore j but- were uaSoituuaiely stranded themselves, and, after a desperate defence against the batteries Oil shore, the crews were compelled to set them in fire, 27. Murat, by a Decree, suppressed the future voluntary enlistment of soldiers, and substituted the system of con- scription. SEPTEMBER. 9. In consequence ot the brilliant achievements of the British troops in the late campaigns in Spain and Portugal, particularly iri the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Corunna, and Talavera, his Majesty was pleased io order a medal to be struck, to be worn by such officers, above the rank of major, as were engaged in any of those battles. 15. A number of persons of every rank were apprehended in Lisbon, on a charge of conspiring to assist Ihe enemy. 18. Murat attempted a landing in Sicily, but was compelled to abandon the enterprize, with the loss of 3500 men, in killed, wounded, and prisoners. 24. The Spanish Extraordinary Cortes assembled for the first time in the Isle of Leon West Florida revolutionized by a Convention of the principal inhabitants. 27. Lord Wellington's army was attacked in his entrench- ments at Buzaco, by the whole force of Massena, which he repelled in every point, and killed and wounded upwards ot 10,000 men. Tbe English had 179 killed, 912 wounded, and 17 missing. 28. Mr. A. Goldsmid, the principal Money Broker in the City, put a period to his own existence. OCTOBER. 3. Died at Aberdeen, Dr. James Beatiie, Professor of Civil and Natural History to the University of that town. 7. Colonel Trant, with his division of Portuguese troopi drove the French from Coimbra, aud took 5000 prisoners who were left in the Hospitals. 29. A Bulletin of his Majesty's health, signed by the Physicians, began to be exhibited at St. Jamei/ s. NOVEMBER. 1. Parliament assembled, but, in consequence of his Majesty's indisposition, both Houses adjourned to the 15th. 2. Died at Windsor, her Royal flightless the Princess Amelia, after a long and painful iiluess. • Died, George Earl of Dartmouth, his Majesty's Lord Chamberlain, in the 55th year of his age. 8. Mr. Mackenzie, who was sent to France, to treat for an exchange of piisoners wilh this country, returned, being unable to accomplish the object of his mission. 12. A great storm happened, which inundated many paits of the country, and injured an immense property. 13. Couut Gottorp, the la: e King of Sweden, arrived in England. 14. General Massena retired on Santarem, from his posi- tion before Lord Wellington. 15. Parliament met pursuant to adjournment, and agaiu adjourned to the Q9th. 18. Older in Council issued for a general Thanksgiving throughout the kingdom for Ihe late abundant Haivest. 19. Sweden declared war against England. 29. Parliament met, and adjourned to the 13th December. DECEMBER. 4. Col. Trant defeated a division of tbe French, amounting to 4000 men, before Villa Campo, and took 60 prisoners, 13. Parliament met, puisuant to their last adjournment, and the House of Commons ordered a Committee to examine into the state of his Majesty's health, and report the result to the House. — Lucien Bonaparte arrived in England. 14. The House of Lords came lo a similar resolution to that of Ihe Commons. 17. The House of Commous received the report of their Committee, which they ordered to be printed. 20. The House of Commons resolved, in a Committee, to pass a Bill, appointing his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales Regent of Ihe Kingdom, during the indisposition of his Majesty. 24. The Algerine Ambassador to the English Conrt arrived in London. — Died his Grace Jatnes Duke of Queensberry, in the 85th year uf his age. 26. Lucien Bonaparte, with bis nephew, arrived at Ludlow, in Shropshire. 28. The Lords acceded to the Resolution of the Commons for the appointment of a Regent. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. DOWNINO- STREET, DEC. 31. A dispatch, of which the following is an extract, was y esterday received at Lord Liverpool's office, addressed lo his lordship by Lieutenant General Viscount Wellington, dated Carlaxo, 15th December, 1810 : Net alteration iiiis been made in ihe enemy's posi- tion in front of this army since 1 had the honour ot addressing you on the 8lh instant, and all the deserters and prisoners continue to report the distress which the troops suiter.— Tl. e enemy detached a bodv of cavalry, consisting of four regiments, towards Coiutbra, but finding that town occupied by General Baecellar, liiey have re- lumed again to their station in liie nar of the right of llier army.— I am concerned to forward the inclosed Report from Marshal Sir William Beresforet, of the death of Captain Fcnwick, the late Commandant of Obidos. During tbe last iwo mouths he had been engaged more than 20 times wiiili Uieeoem,' s foiaging parlies, and 1 have had several opporlunit. es of reporting his success.— Upon Ibis last occasion be bad made an attack upon, and hail driven iu, a party, consisting of 80 grenadiers, in the neighbourhood of Evora, near Aleobaea, which had come there in search ot provisions, hav- ing under his command a detachment of the same number of the militia of the garrison of Obidos, and was pursuing them \ i hen he was mortally wounded, aud he died on the 10th ; we have thus sus- tained a great loss, and he is lamented by all who bad any know- ledge of bis gallantry and exertion,.— It is generally leportcd that the battalion, composing Ihe 9th curps have marched towards Ma- drid, where* prepar, tinus were making for llie assembly of a large body ot troops. It is certain that a'i these troops, as well as Gardanne's detachment, have retired from ihe froi tiers of Portugal. MY LORD, Cartaxo, Dee. 11, 1810. It is with much regret that I communicate to you tbe loss of Capta: n Fenwick ( Lieutenant in the Bull's), who died the following day of the wounds be received in tbe attack fie made upon tbe enemy al Evora, on the 8th instant. Your lordship will equally feci with ni<' tbe loss of this enterprising gallant y oung Officer, w ho, since the enemy's being in their late and present position, has beeu of so much seivice, and who lias in such various instances given proofs of his talents and. undaunted courage. 1 have the honour to be, & c. ( Signed) W. C. BERESFORD. BANKRUPTS, DECEMBER 29. B. Levi, Ahe- streel, merehant, January 5, 12, February 9, at Guildhall.— N. Downson, St. Anne's lane, warehouseman, January 5, 19, February 9, 2[ Guildhall.— C. Muss, Thanet- pla. e, enatnelfer, Januaiy 5, 19, February 9, at Guildhall.— P. D Abbott, Powis- place, insurance- broker, January 1, 9, February 9, at Guildhall.— J. Stockley, Banbury, shopkeeper, January 8, 9, Februar 9, al the White Lion, Banbury.— H. W. Whatlort, Loughborough, dealer, January 9, 10, February 9, at the Hotel, Macclesfield J. Smith, Lancaster, saddler, January 23, 24, February 9, al Ihe King's Arms, Lincaster.— G. Lewis, Swansea, shopkeeper, January 21, 22, February 9, at Ihe Bush, Swansea.— G. Chailield and G Earle, Weslbourne, fellmongers, Jan. 23,24, Feb. 9, at Ihe Black Dog, EmsWorlh.— P. Mac Alester, Stratford- upon- Avon, hawker, January 22, 23, at the Coach anei Horses, Persliore, February 9, at the Angel, Per- liore-— W. Lever, Little Lever, cotton- manufacturer, January 21, 22, February 9, at tbe Star, Manchester.— G. Ditchings, Rodborough, mealman, January 21, 22', February 9, at the George, Stroud.— J. Jones, Colebouse, edge- tool, maker, January 17, at the George, Fronie, January 18, at the Blue Bail, Bruton, February 9, at the George, Frome.— .1. Hyde, Nailsworth, clothier, January 7, 8, February 9, at the Old Bell, Dursley.— J. Mootly, New Sarum, tailor, Jan. 3, 10, February 9, at the Spread Ea- le, New Sarum.— J-. Shaw, Oldham, cotton- spinner, January 7, 9, February 9, at Ihe Dog, Manchester.— R. Swendall, Bristol, horse- dealer, December 30, January 16, February 9, al the Rummer, Bristol.— J. Lane, Polilipuot, carpenter, Januarv 3, 4, February 9, at the Three Salmons, Usk,— R. Baillie, Liverpool, merchant, fell, nary 2, 4, 9, at the Globe, Jjverpout.— Mary Ashford, Meicer- sireet, Long Acie, plater, January 14, 15, February 9, at the Swan, Birming- ham.— J, Clenison, Manchester, dealer, January " 21, 22, February 9, at the George, Manchester. JANUARY 1.] — J. VV. Mostram, Buckingham- street, plasteper, January 8, 15, February 12, at Guildhall — S. Porter, Chesbiun, mealman, January 8, 19, February 12, at Guildhall.— S. Tipper, LeadenhaSl- streel, bookseller, January 8, 9, February 12, at Guildhall.— W. Pearse, Phenix- street, Soiners' Town, builder, JANUARY 5., 12, February 12, at Guildhall,—- J. S. iuuivius. Laonlier- hurst, shopkeeper, January 5, 10, February 12, at Guildhall.— W. Whitaker, Ba h, victualler, January 7, 21, February 12, at the Gloueester Inn, Walcot.— W. Keeling, Coaglelon, baker, January 30, 31, February 12, at tbe Lion and Swau. Congtclon. — VV. Stackhouse, Blackburn, draper, January 17, 18, February 12, at the Old Bull, Blackburn.— H. Lowe, Macclesfield, hal- inanufacturer, January 7, 8, February 12, al llie Macclesfield Arms, Macclesfield.— W. Pagett, Gloucester, saddler, January 8, 9, February 12, at the While Hart, Gloucester.— R. Sipe, Bath, clothea- merctiaut, January 21, 22, February 12, at the Giey- bour. d, Balh.— J. Syms, Neath, victualler, January 8, 9, Feb, 12, at Ihe Ram, Gloucester.— H. Pape, Poeklinglon, grocer, Jan. 10, 11, at Barnes's Colfec- house, February 12, at the Old Saud ilul, Yoik. 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FREEMAN'S GOTTA SALU PARIS, an approved Specific for the Scurvy and every Fouluess and Impurity of tbe Blood.— Scorbutic Complaints are the: most general Malady of the British Constitution, no Family is, more or less, exempt from them, and they shew them- selves in a variety uf ways; they produce Roughness, Ulcer, atioti, aud other diseased Mates of the Skin; they occasion Loss of Appetite, Weakness, and Dejection of Spirits, and the Mass of Blood being rendered Foul, it is inca able of' affording a healthy Supply of Nourishment to enable the Functions of Liletu be properly and actively performed. As n Remedy from all Impurities from this Lause, Dr Fieeinan's Uutia Salutaris has proved itself, by a Reputation of 30>" ears, a certain Specific and never- failing Cure; it requires only a few Bottles of this invaluable Medicine to remove the moat obstinate and inveterate Scorbutic Complaints— At this Period oftne Season it is well known that Scnivy audits- Consequences are much to be dreaded ; ill every Constitution where, they are prevaleut the above Medicine is recommend- ed, as the only certain Means of curing as well as preventing the Malady from breaking out; nor is it less successful against tbe Effects of a well- known Contagion, wliicn pro- duces a ceitaiu Disease, that imbit ers the Source of Kujoj. ment; every Injury arising fioin this Taint, whether exter- nally appearing or talent Iu the Blood, is radically and safely removed by it, without ihe Necessity of Confinement or those ol her Restrictions which Medicines of a less superior and active Kind require. It is tberetoie reeomineuded to Youih of both Sexes, anil to those who are about to enter into a married State, aud would wish to preserve firm Health and a sound Constitution; by it they will be fiued from every debility to which their Irregularities may have exposed them. Sold wholesale and retail at Mr. Butler's, 4, Cheapside, Corner of Paternoster- Row; aud retail by EDDOWES, Wood, Palin, and Morris, Shrewsbury; Baugh, Ellesmere; Painter, Wrexham; Price, Morrall,' Edwards, and Minshall, Os- westry; Houlstons, Wellington; Silvester, Newport; Scarrott, Shitlnal; Smith, Irunbridge and Wen lock; Gitton, and Bangham, Bridgnorth; aud most Medicine Venders, in Bottles at 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each. ITHERS's CORDIAL BALM of QUITO. Price 2s. 9d. is tne best remedy in the u. nverse for Nervous Complaints, the most poweiful testeative and re- animating Balm of Life and Health, aiul the safest and bast medicine in the world. It is not pretended that this medi cine can arrest the progress of naturej. but it is asserted,, aud proved, that it will restoie health even where the con- stitution appears to have been irreparably injured. Those who have impaired their health by a resideuce in hot and unhealthy climates; , the young of either sex, whose infir- mities threaten premature old age, a life of misery, and ail early dissolution ; aud those inure advanced in years, whusn tottering sapless frames appeal withered and almost worn' out, are the more immediate ubjects of this soothing Balm, tbe bemgu influence of wbieh may be extended, to the whole class of Valetudinarians, For in all cases aud in all ages, where the solids are relaxed, where the eousiitution has re- ceived a shock, or is by anv means debilitated, this RE- STORATIVE and RE- ANI MATING liALVl of LIFE and HEALTH wjrptoduce the happiest effects; the cold and tremulous nerves will be wanned aud steadied; the relaxed tibies will be b. aced and rendered firm; the muscles. will be invigorated ; ibe sinews will be strengthened , the emaciated limbs will be covered with firm flesh ; the exhausted vessels will be replenished ; the impoverished watery blood will be- come rich and oalsamic, and its languid circulation restored to tbe sanative impetus, which is the true criterion of health; the: languid drooping spirits will be revived and exhilarated; digestion will be promoted ; in short, the tone of the nerves will he restoied, and by tt. ese means tne whole constitution will be renovated ; Feebleness, lassitude, anxiety, melan- choly, and all the deplorable symptoms of disease will vanish; and strength, arduur, serenity, and every evidence of re- novated, Health will be the happy result of taking this inestir mabie Balm iu due time, according to the directions lor use which accompany each bottle. The Cordial Balm of Quito is prepared and sold by W. WITHERS, Chemist, Strand, London, aud retail by W. EDDOWES, Wood aud Walton, Shrewsbury, and all respectable Medicine Venders, Price 2s. 9.1. per bottle. Printed and published by IV, Eetdovoes, Corn- Market, Shrewsbury,
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