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The Salopian Journal

11/09/1811

Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 920
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The Salopian Journal

Shropshire Newspaper - With News from Herefordshire and Wales
Date of Article: 11/09/1811
Printer / Publisher: William Eddowes 
Address: Corn-Market, Shrewsbury
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 920
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PRINTED BY WILLIAM EDDOWES, Vol. 18.] N° 920. Wednesday, CORN- MARKET, SHREWSBURY. fflfa September 11, 1811. Price Sixpence Halfpenny . This Paper is circulated in the most expeditious Manner through the adjoining Counties of ENGLAND and WALES.— Advertisements not exceeding ten Lines, inserted at Five Shillings and Sixpence each. CHEAP AND EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING. OLD RAVEN INN, RAVEN- STREET, SHREWSBURY. THE ABERYSTW1TH ROYAL MAIL COACH, tW Welshpool, Mallwyd, and Machynlleth, every Sunday, " Wednesday, and Friday Mornings, at four o'clock. WELSHPOOL ROYAL MAIL COACH, THE ONLY COACH FROM SHREWSBURY THROUGH COVENTRY TO LONDON. FROM THE RAVEN INN, SHREWSBURY. ANEW Light POST COACH, called THE UNION, has commenced running through Coalbrook Dale, i Birmingham, and Coventry, to London, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Mornings, at Half past Five past eight o'Clock, returns from the Oak Inn, We Ishpool, every Eventug at five o'Clock, Tuesdays excepted. Every Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday Evenings, at half o'Clock, and arrives at the CASTLE AND FALCON INN, • " ' * " " ' ' 11 Aldersgate Street,. London, early the next Mornings. Performed by— JONES, Shrewsbury, HALLEN, Iron Bridge, HEWLETT, Birmingham, PACKWOOD and Co. London, 1 And the Priucipal Innkepers on the Line of Road. • Cj' Not accountable for Luggage and Parcels above £ 5 Value, unless entered and paid for accordingly. NORTH IE ALES. MANSION HOUSE AND LAND TO LET, CALLED DOLSEREY ; CJITUATED on a commanding Eminence in the Centre O of the delightful and highly admired VALE of DOL- GELLEY, nearly begirthed by the enchanting Rivers, the Avon Vawr and the Clywedog, abounding with Salmon and Trout, which, united with the varied inland Prospects, and local Objects of the bold featured and picturesque Country aronud it, renders Description inadequate to the Beauties Nature has here conccntrated. The House consists of two Parlours, a Hall, four Bed MONEY. TO be advanced on Freehold Security, the Sum of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS. Enquire of Mr. DOVASTON, jun. Attorney, Glanfyrniew, near Llanymynech. 7th September, 1811. NOTICE is hereby given to all Persons whom it may coucern, that Application is intended to be made to , , the Honourable the House of Commons at the next Ses- Rooms ; iu the Attics, three excellent Bed Rooms, and two sion of Parliament, for J. eave to bring in a Bill in order to ... < fl, r. n » n„/ lnn. r Inn Jiniv iLnxntn • on nkinin nn A ., f Dr> ••!••> m n n + - Tor* rlivieltllir nlllklf ino" anrl inferior ones, with secondary Staircase leading thereto ; an exceeding good Cellar, Pantries, Scullery, Brewhouse, a detached Wash- house, Stabling, & c. A large Garden aud Orchard well stocked with the choicest Fruit Trees. Any Quantity of Land maybe had to it, from 1 Acre to about 140, consisting of Water- meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Wood Land, within a Ring Fence; a Lease, not exceeding 21 Years, will be granted, if required. It lies within two Miles of the Market Town of Dolgclley. The Estate abounds with Game, Cock- shooting inferior to none in the Principality, with unlimited Power to shoot fur at least seven Miles. Immediate Possession may be had of the House, Garden, Orchard, and a Portion or the X « nd, the Remainder at Lady- day. It is in a cheap ! Country, and the Proprietor being elderly and infirm, wishing to live on a more contracted Scale, will let it ou j very reasonable Terms. Apply, Post paid, to HUMPHREY OWEN Esq. Dolserey, near Dolgelley, North Wales. ~~ OSWESTRY RACES, 1811, Will be on MONDAY, the 23d, TUESDAY, the nth, and WEDNESDA Y, the 25 th Days of SEPTEMBER. ON MONDAY, a Silver Cup, Value £ 50, the Gift of Sir W. VV. Wynn, Bart, for Hunters that have been bona fide the Property for two Mouths of Gentlemen Freeholders in the County of Salop, or North Wales, or Members of Holywell Hunt. The Horses never to have started for the Value of £ 50, paid or received Forfeit; and Certificates of their having been regularly hunted, must be produced at the Time of entering. Horses that were beaten for this Cup preceding Years, allowed to start again. Five year olds to carry list. 4lb. six year olds list, and aged I2st. 4lb. the beslofthree two- mile Heats ; Mares allowed 4lb. On the same Day, a Sweepstakes of ] 5gs. each; three year olds 7st. four year olds gst. 2lb. five year olds 6s(. gib. six year olds aud aged yst. Horses, & c. that win once after naming to carry 3ln. twice Stb. thrice oi more 7lb. extra ; and Horses, See. that have started twice since naming, without winning, to be ullowed sib. thrice or more 5lb. one Mile. Four Subscribers, or no Race, hir W. W. Wynn's ch. c. Toledo, 4 yrs. old. Mr. Mytton's b. f. by Diamond, 3 yrs. old. Mr. C. Cholinondeley's b h. Cheese- factor, by Cheshire Cheese, 4 yrs. old. Mr. Benson's br. f. by Hambletoniai, out of Levant's Dam, 3 yrs old. SirT. Mostyu's br. h. Artichoke, aged. I. ord Bradford and Col. Lyster are Subscribers but did not uame. Ou TUESDAY, a Silver Cup, Value £ 50, the Gift of tbe Stewards, for Horses bona tide the Property of Gentlemen Freeholders of Shropshire, Cheshire, North Wales, or Members of Holywell lluut, which have hunted the pre- ceding Season, bona fide the Property of the then Owners, and have never been iu Training, paid or received Forfeit before the lst of March, 1811; to cany list, each— two wile Heats. Same Day, between the Heats for the Cup, the Gentle- men's Subscription Purse of £ 50, for three and four year olds. Three year olds to carry 7st 7lb. four year olds 8st. ylb. A Winner of one Plate this Year to carry 3lb. of two 5lb. three or more 7lb. extra— Horses that have started twice this Year without Winniug, allowed 3lb. thrice sib.—' Two- mile Heats. On WEDNESDAY, the Town Subscription Purse of £ 50, free for any Horse, & c. Three year olds lo carry 6st. four year olds 7st. 7lb. five year olds 8st. 3lb. six year olds 8st. lilh. and aged gst. A Winner of one Plate this Year to carry 3lh. of two 5lb- and of more 7lb. extra. A Winner of one Royal Plate to carry 5lb. of two or more 7II). exlra, in Addition to what they carry for other Winnings.— Horses that have started twice this Year without Winning allowed 3lb. thrice 5lb — Four- mile Heats. On the same Day, a Sweepstakes of 5gs. each, with Sogs. added by the Fund ; four year olds to carry lost. 7lb. five year olds 1 lst. 5lb. six year olds 1 lst. 12lb. and aged list, one- mile Heats. The Winner to be sold for 50gs. to draw Lots for the Order of the Subscribers' claiming. The Stakes to close on the Saturday Evening preceding the Race W. W. Wynn C. Saxton G. Bridgeman T. Kenyon F. R. Price W. Owen E. LI. Lloyd P. Lloyd Fletcher, J. C. Pel ham Horses, & c. that run for the above Plates or Cups, to be entered at the George Inn, iu Oswestry, on Saturday, Sept. 21st, hetween the Hours of twelve and four o'Clock, paying Two Guineas Entrance, and Half- a- Guinea to the Clerk of the Course, or double after that Time, which doublk En- trance must be paid to the Clerk of the Course before eleven o'Clock upon the Day of running; and for the Sweepstakes to pay 5s. each at the Time of naming.— Certificates of Qualifications must be produced at the Time of entering, and left with the Clerk of the Course, or they will not be permitted to enter. No Post Entrance will be allowed for either of the Cups, but with the Approbation of the Stewards, or whom they shall appoint. Each Rider is required to declare at the Time of entering the Colour he wilt ride in, that they may be inserted in the printed Lists; and any Jockey riding iu auy other Colour than that he has so mentioned, shall forfeit 10s. 6d. to the Clerk ofthe Course. No less than three reputed Running Horses to start for cither of the above Plates, without the Permission of the Stewards; if only one enters, the Owner lo be allowed Ten Guineas; if two, Five Guineas each, aud their Entrance Money returned. The Winner of either Sweepstakes, Plates, or Cups, to pay One Guinea to the Clerk of the Course. No Person will be allowed to erect a Booth or Stall to sell Liquor 011 the Race Ground, but those who have subscribed One Guinea, or to erect any Stand for Specta- tors, but with the Approbation of theStewards. No Horse to be plated by a Smith who does not subscribe Half- a- Guiiiea. All Disputes to be determined hy the Stewards, or whom they shall appoint; and their Detcimination to be final. The Course is in fine Order; and the Stewards parti- cularly request that no Person either 011 Foot or Horseback will be within the Cords during the Time of Running; and all Dogs seen upon the Course will be destroyed. To start each Day at twelve o'Clock. The Hon. GEORGE BRIDGEMAN,> . RICHARD MYTTON, Esq. £ stewards. E. JONES, Clerk of the Course. ORDINARIES and BALLS as usual, and PLAYS every tvening during the RACK WEEK. obtain an Act of Parliament fur dividing, allotting, and enclosing a certain Waste or Common, called or known by tbe Name of UPTON COMMON, in the Parish of Idsall, otherwise Shiffnal, iu the County of Salop. Dated this 7th Day of September, 1811. JOHN CUXSON, Solicitor. MERINO LAMS. TO BE SOLD, TWO PURE RAM LAMBS, the one a PAULOR, the other a NEGRET'l'E, both bred from his Majesty's Flock. Also a YEARLING PURE NEGRETTE RAM to be Let to serve one Hundied Ewes :— He was bred by the King. — Enquire of Mr. JOHN LLOYD, Rowton. SHIFFNAL DISTRICT— TURNPIKE TOLLST NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates upon the Turnpike Road called the Watliug Street Road, commencing and extending from Oaken Gates, in the Paiish of Wombridge, in the County of Salop, to the Turnpike Road leading from Newport to Ivetsey Bank, near Weston; and also upon the Turnpike Road leading from Oaken Gates aforesaid, along the Shrewsbury Road to the Town of Shiffual, called or known by the Names of the RED HILL Gate, and PRIORS LEE Gate, will be LET BY AUCTION to the best Bidder, for the Term of one Year, commencing from the 2gtli Day of September next, at the House of William Morris, known by the Sign of the JERNINGHAM ARMS, in SHIFFNAL afore- said, on TUESDAY, the TWENTY- FOURTH Day of SEP- TEMBER next, between the Hours of eleven iu the Forenoon aud one in the Afternoon of Ihe same Day ; which Tolls were let during the last Year for the Sum of £ f> 75, and will be put up at tbat Sum— Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees ot the said Turnpike Roads, for Payment of tbe Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct. Shiff- nat, . ROBERT FISHER, Aug'. 20, 1811. Clerk to the Trustees. EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING FROM SHREWSBURY » TO CHELTENHAM AND RATH. THE Public are respectfully informed that a new Coach called the HIBERNIA, carrying four Insides only, will commence runuing from the RAVEN INN, Raven Street, Shrewsbury, 011 MONDAY NEXT, theytli Instant, at six o'Clock in the Morning, and continue to run every succeeding Monday, Weduesday, and Friday Mornings, at the same Hour, by Way of Coalbrook Dale, Bridgnorth, Kidderminster, Worcester, aud Tewkesbury, to the Plough Hotel, Cheltenham, JN ONE DAY : leaves Cheltenham the following Morning, and arrives at the York House, Bath, early on that Day. Performed by— J. JON ES » Raven Inn, Shrewsbury, DUK ES, Bridgnorth, KF. ATE, Kidderminster, BICKHAM, Cheltenham, GOIJLTER, Cirencester, LUCAS aud REILLY, Bath. The Proprietors will not be accountable for Parcels, Packages, Passengers' Luggage, & c. above the Value of Five Pounds, unless entered and paid for accordingly. NOTICE. : I WHEREAS the GAME on the several Farms and Lands the Property of RICHARD JFNKINB, Esq. situate at the Marsh Hargrave, Wollaston, Paiton Wood, and the Long Mountain, hath of late been much destroyed : All qualified Persons are requested to desist from sporting thereon, and all unqualified Persons will be proceeded against as the Law directs. Bicton, August 28, 1811. ERSONS having any Claim on the late WO~ LVER- HAMPTON BOAT COMPANY, are requested to send the same addressed to them a' UNION WHARF, WOI- I VERHAMPTON, within one Month from the Date hereof, or they will not be allowed: aud all Persons indebted to the Wolverhampton Boat Company, are requested to » iay the Amount of their Accounts, when called upon by Persons appointed to receive the same. Wolverhampton, August 27, 1811. ^ aies Bp swcnuiTs CHOWLEY NOOK ESTATE. At the House of Mr. Edward Archdale, the Feathers Inn, nt Barnhill, in the Coilntv of Chester, 011 Tuesday, the 17th Day of September, 1811, at the Hour of four in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions that will be then and there produced, and in one or more Lots, as may be agreeable to Bidders: AVALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, called CHOW LEY NOOK, in Chowlev and Broxton, in the said County of Chester, now in the Possession of Thomas Meanly, as Teuaiit at will; comprising a conveuient MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, with good Out- buildings, and the undei- inentioued Statute Measure. LANDS. A. H. P. 1 he Site of the House and Barn, with 1 , „ „ Yard and Garden - - - J 12 0 The Orchard 0 The Little Meadow , 2 The Patch 0 The Big Meadow 5 The Big House Field 10 The Big Pear- tree Field 11 The Little House Field 5 The Little Pear- tree Field 4 The Big Red Caps 5 The Clover Field 7 The Long Field 5 The Clover Bank 6 The Little Red Cans 4 The Dangar's Meadow 4 The Big Coal Field 5 The Little Coal Field 3 0 15 0 30 25 0 10 0 25 3 10 0 10 0 20 1 20 1 30 0 O 0 30 1 20 SHREWSBURY RACES, 1SU. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, will be run for on Just published, in 4 vols. 8vo, eighth Edition, Price £ 2. 8s. SCRIPTURE CHARACTERS; or a Practical Improve- ment of the priucipal Histories contained in the Old and New Testament. BY THOMAS ROBINSON, M A. Vicar of St. Mary, Leicester. London : Printed for Mathews aud Leigh, Strand ; Sold by W. EDDOWES, Shrewsbury, and all other Booksellers. Bicton Heath, a PURSE of FIFTY I'OUN DS, the Gift ofthe Hon. WILLIAM HILL and Sir THOMAS JON ES, Bart, for Horses, & c. that never wou that Value, Matches, and Sweepstakes excepted ; 3- years old to carry 6 St. 4- years old 7 st. 7 lb. 5- years old 8st. 3lb. 6- years old 8st. 10 lb. and aged 8 st. 12 lb. Tlie Winner of one Sweepstakes iu the present year to carry 3lb. of two 5 lb. and of three 7 lb. extra. Mares and Geldings allowed sib.— The best of three four- mile Heats.— The Stakes to the second best Horse. A SWEEPSTAKES of to Guineas each, with a clear Purse of 30 Guineas given by the Town, p. p.; 3- years old to carry 6st. 7 lb. 4- ycars old 7 st. 12lb. 5- years old Sst. 61b. 6- years old Sst. 12m. and aged Horses gst. 2lb. Mares aud Geldings to be allowed 3 lb — To 6tart at the Winning Chair, and run twice round the Course. Lord Grey's filly, Stella, 3- years old Sir W. W. Wynn's filly, Cambrian Lass, 3- yeais old Sir Thomas Mostyn's b. c. by Johanna, 3- years old Sir Thomas Stanley's gr. c. by Delpini, 4- ycars old Lord Clive's b. f. Sweetlip, by Bentiighrough, 3- yrs. old R. Benson's, Esq. Aiglette, 4- years old Mr. Egertou's Cestriau, 6- years old. On WEDNESDAY, the 18th, t he Gentlemen's Subscrip- tion of FIFTY POUN 113, for 3 and \. yeai olds ; 3- years old to carry 7 st. 4- years old 8 St. 5 lb. A Winner of one Plate to carry 3 lb. of two 5 lb. and of three 7 lb. extra.— Mares and Geldings allowed 2lb. each.— The best of 3 Heats; twice round the Course to a Ileal.— The Stakes to the sccond best Horse. On THURSDAY, the 19th, a SWEEPSTAKES of 10 Guineas each, with a clear Purse of FIFTY GUIN EAS given by the Town, p. p.; 3- years old lo carry 6 st. 7 lb. 4- years old 7 st. 12 lb. 5- years old 8st. 6 lb. 6- years old Sst. 12 lb. and aged Horses 9st. 2 III. Mares aud Geldings to be allowed 3 lb.— The best of three 2- Mile Heats.— To start at the Winning Chair, and run twice round the Course to a Heat. Lord Grey's Gustavus, aged Mr. Shaw's Hambleton Jack, 5- years old Colonel Gatacre's b. c. Fourth of June, 4- years old Sir Thomas Stanley's gr c. by Delpini, 4- years old Hon. R. Clive's bl. f. Black Eyes, by Paynator, 3- yrs. old 11. Benson's, Esq. gr. h. Lutwyche, 5- years old J. C. Pelham's, Esq. colt, by Remembrancer, Dam by Pontac, 3- years old Lord Bradford's ch. c. by Lignum Vitse, Dam by Sir Peter, 3 years old. The Hon. George Bridgeman is a Subscriber, but did not name. The Horses, See. intended to run for these Plates, are to enter at the Talbot Inn, Shrewsbury, on Monday, the Hit A of September, between four and six o'clock in the Afternoon of the same Day ; paying two Guineas Entrance, and half a Guinea to the Clerk of the Course, or double at the Post, which must be before twelve o'Clock ou the Day of running. The Winning Horse of a Match, Plate, or Sweepstakes, to pay one Guinea to the Clerk each Day for Weights aud Scales. The Horses to start each Day precisely ut twelve o'Clock, and only half an Hour will be allowed between each Heat. No less than three reputed running Horses, & c. to start for cither of the above Plates; it only one enters, the Owner to be allowed ten Guineas; if two, five Guineas each. TheStewards permitting two Horses to run, and either of them afterwards refusing, such Horse will not be allowed the five Guineas, but ten Guineas will be given to the Horse tbat is ready to start. All Disputes to be determined by tbe Stewards, or whom they shall appoint. Hon. C. C. C. JENKINSON,) , Colonel GATACKE, £ stewards, JAMES RALPHS, Clerk of the Course. No Person will be permitted to erect a Booth or Stand, for the Sale of any Kind of Liquors, without first paying into the Hands of the Clerk of the Course Half- a- Guinea on the Day of Entrance, which Money will be added lo the Town Subscription. No Horse to stand at the House of any Person who does not subscribe one Guinea towards the Plate ; nor any Smith to plate a Horse, unless lie be a Subscriber of ten Shillings and Sixpence : By Order of the Committee for regulating the Races. Part of the Course being corded out for tbe belter Accom- modation of Foot People, it is hoped that 110 Person will attempt to be on the running Ground during the Time the Horses aie running, as proper Persons will be employed to clear the Course. Any Person obstructing or insulting the Persons so employed, w ill be prosecuted by Order of the Stewards. SPYRING AND MARSDEN's PURE LEMON ACID, FOR PUNCH, LEMONADE, SAUCES, & c. I^ AIVILIES, Taverns, and Inns, will find it ex- . treniely convenient, as it suits every domestic Purpose, where the Lemon is necessary. Officers and Captains of Ship?, and others, will find it particularly desirable, as it is dry and portable, end will retain its Flavour iu every Climate. Prepared only at 163, Bor ugh, London, and sold in Bottles at Qs. 6d. by Mr. SCOLTOCK, in Shrewsbury, and by most Druggists, Librniies, and Confectioners. Where also may be had, their PORTABLE LEMONADE, which only requires the Addition of Water, in Packets, Price 2s. J3" Please to observe their Name on the Bottle and Wrapper, as the Label and Directions have been imitated by several Jews going about the Country, deceiving Shopkeepers and others, by selling a spurious Article ; making any Al- lowance to get ready Money. Birmingham Musical Festival, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GENEIIAL HOSPITAL, UNDER THE PATRONAGE AND DIRECTION OF The Right Hon. LORD BRADFORD, And under the Patronage of The Marquis of HERTFORD, The Earl of PLYMOUTH, The Earl of DARTMOUTH, The Earl of AYLESFORD, The Earl of WARWICK, The Earl of CRAVEN, Ld. Vise. DUDLEY & WAK. D, Lord WILI. OUGIIBY TUJ BROKE Lord MIDDLETON, Lord CALTHORPF., Sir C. MORDAUNT, Bt. M. P, Sir GREY SKIPWITH, Bart. Sir ROBERT LAWLEY, Bart. Sir E C. HARTOPP, Bart. Sir JOSEPH SCOTT, Bart. D. S. DUGDALE, Esq. M. P. I. H. BROWNE, Esq. M. P. II. LEGGB, Esq. j^ T ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 2d of OCTOBER next, a SERMON WILL BE PREACHED BY THE Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP of WORCESTER. I11 the Course of the Service will be performed TE DEUM, PURCFLL— The HUNDREDTH PSALM, harmonized for a full Baud, by Dr. CROTCH— Part of the FUNERAL ANTHEM. Duet, " Here shall soft Charity repair." And the CORONA'I ION ANTHEM, « The King shall rejoice." On THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, At ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, THE MESSIAH. On FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, At ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, A GRAND SELECTION OF SACRED MUSIC. On Wednesday, Thursdau, and Friday Evenings, AT THE THEATRE, WILL BE GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERTS, In which the most favourite Songs, Duets, Glees, Concertos, Concertantes, and Overtures, will he introduced. VOCAL PERFORMERS. No. of Performers. Trebles— Madame Catalaui, Mrs. Vaughan, Miss Mel- ville, and 37 others Counter Tenors— Mr. Win. Knyvett, Miss J. Fletcher, Mr. S. Buggins, and 25others Tenors— Mr. Brahain, Mr. Vaughati, and 26 others. Basses— Mr. Bellamy, Mr. Lacy, and 33 others INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMERS Violins— Mr, Cramer ( Leader), Mr. Moralt ( principal Sd), and 22 others.... T Violas— Mr. R. Ashley, Mr. C. Lindtey, and 10 others... Violoncellos— Mr. R. " Lindley, Mr. C. Ashley, and 4 others Double Basses— Mr. Anfossi, Mr. T. Fletcher, and 4 others Bassoons— Mr. Holmes, Mr. Phillips, and 2 others Oboes— Mr. Erskiue, Mr. Hughes, and 2 others Flutes— Mr. Ashe and Mr. Stansbury 84 1 10 This Estate contains abundance of Marl and Sand, and lies within a Ring Fence, in a fine Sporting Country, com- mands a most extensiveProspect, is nine Miles from Chester, and 11 from Whitchurch ; adjoins the Turnpike Road. There are a Numhei of full- grown OAKatid otheiTREES now standing, also 50,000 BRICKS, and from 2 to 3,000 SLATES, which the Purchaser may have at a fail Valuation. The Tenant will shew the Estate, and a Plan may be seen and further Particulars known by applying to Mr. N. BROOKE, Norton, near Lichfield ; Mr. R. CLAY, Liver- pool; Mr. R. WESTON, or Mr. BARKER, Solicitor, North- wich. SHIFFNAL AND HUCKLEY ESTATES. BY FRANCIS HALLEY, At the Jerningham Arms Inn, in Shiffnal, in the County of Salop, by Order ofthe Assignees of MOKETON AG LION BY SI. AN EY, ou Thursday, the 19th Day of September next, at three o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Con- ditions as will then and there be produced : rjllIE VALUABLE and truly eligible MESSUAGES, J. LANDS, and PREMISES, after mentioned. LOT 1. All that capital Messuage or MANSION HOUSE, with the Out- offices, Coach- hnuses, Stables, aud other Out- huildings, Gardens, Hot houses, Shrubberies, Plantations, and Pleasure Grounds, Fish Ponds, and several Parcels of rich MEADOW LAND thereto adjoining and belonging, containing in the Whole, by Admeasurement, 11 A. oR. 34P. be the same more or less; ( ate the Residence of MORETON AGLIONBY SLANEY, and forming a most desirable Resi dence for a Family of the first Respectability, situate at the South End of the Town of SHIFFNAL aforesaid, and adjoining the Great Road leading from Holyhead to Loudon. Immediate Possession of this Lot may be bad. LOT II. All those two Messuages or DWELLING HOUSES, with the Gurdens, and a Part of the Plantations thereto belonging, situate in a Street in SHIFFNAL afore- said, called the HORSE FAIR; now or late intheOccu- pation of John Withington, and Benjamin Highway, under a Lease for the Life of the said John Withington, at the vearly Rent of Six Guineas. LOT III. All that Parcel of Land adjoining the last mentioned Premises, continuing 19 Perches. LOT IV. All that Parcel ot Land adjoining the last mentioned Lot. containing ig Perches. LOT V. All that Parcel of Land adjoining the last- ineutioned Lot, containing 19 Perches. LOT VI. All that Parcel of Land adjoining the last mentioned Lot, containing - 22 Perches. LOT VII. All that Parcel of Land adjoiuing the last- mentioned Lot, containing 22 Perches. LOT VIII. All that Parcel nt Land adjoining the last- mentioned Lot, containing 22 Perches. The last six Lois are desirably situated for Building upon, aud immediate Possession of thein may be had. Lor IX. All that Parcel of Land, containing OA. lR. ISP. being Part of a Piece of Ground in SHIFFNAL aforesaid, called THE SHOULDER OF MUTTON. LOT X. All that Parcel of Land aud Plantation, con- taining oA. tR.^ P. being other Part ofthe said Piece or Parcel of Land, calledTuE SHOULDER OF MUTTON. LOT XI. All that Parcel of Land, containing oA SR. 32P. being Part ofa Piece of Land, called DYEHOVSE BANK. LOT XII. All that Parcel of Land, containing; oA. SR. 37P. being other Part of the said Piece, called DYEHOUSE BANK. LOT XIII. All that Parcel of Land, called THE MEA- DOW, containing 5A. 3R. 6P. LOT XIV. All that Parcel of Land, called THE POT ATOE GARDEN, containing oA. TR. 15P. LOT XV. All that Piece of Land, called WORKHOUSE PIECE, with the Rick Yard aud Fish Ponds, containing together 6A. 2R. IIP. LOT XVI. All that Piece or Parcel of Land, called PARK LANE Piece, adjoining the last Lot, containing 6A. oR. 25P. The two last mentioned Lots are held for the Re- sidue of aTerm of Years, seven of w hich were unexpired at Lady Day last, under a nominal Rent; and the 16th Lot is subject to a Lease for the said Term, granted by the said M. A. SUtley to Mr. Wortbhigton, under the yearly Rent of twenty Pounds. LOT XVII. All that Messuage or Dwelling House, railed THE COTTAGE, with the Buildings, Garden, and Appurte- nances thereto belonging; late ill the Occupation of T. Brookes, and now of Mrs. Leake. These Premises are held for the Residue of a Term of 99 Years, 82 of which will re- main unexpired 011 the lst Day of September, 1611, under the Yearly Rent of Ten Shillings. LOT XVIII. All that Parcel of Land in Wyke Field, containing 3A oR. 26P. now in the Occupation of William Cherriugtou. LOT XIX. All that Parcel of Laud, called the BRAND FURLONG, in Wyke Field, containing 3A. oR. 22P. now iu the Occupation of Francis Perks. LOT XX. All those two Messuages or Dwelling- Houses, situate in the High Street, Shiffual aforesaid, now in the respective Occupations of Thomas Beetlestone, and Cotton, Widow. ^ aleg bp auction, VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, WITH POSSESSION AT LADY- DAY NEXT. BY GLOVEITAND SON, Either together, or in such Lots as shall be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, ( unless sooner disposed of bv private Contract, of which due Notice will be given), at the Talbot Inn, Atcliam, iu the Countv of Salop, on the 16th Day of September, 1811, between the Hours of three and five o Clock in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions then to be produced : AMESSUAGE, or Tenement and Farm, called THE WASTE, situate near Walcot, in the Parish of Wel- lington, in the said County, late in tbe Holding of Mrs. Mary Morris, deceased, consisting of a Farm House and Outbuildings, and 47A. lR. 18P. of good Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, in a Ring Fence, capable of very great Improvement, within a Mile of the Turnpike Road leading from Shrewsbury to London, about six Miles from" the former Place, five fiomWellington, and about the same Distance from Coal aud Lime, with a Right of Fishery ia the River Tern. John Bayley, residing near the Estate, will shew the same ; and for further Particulars, and as to treating for the Sale thereof by private Contract, apply to THE AUC- TIONEERS, or Messrs. WALFORD and HASSALL, of Wel » . N. B. Part ofthe Purchase Money may remain on Mort- gage.— The Timber to betaken at a Valuation to be pro- duced at tbe Sale. MOST VALUABLE LONG- HORNED NEAT CATTLE, And same NKir LEICESTERSHIRE SHEEP. BY MR. BOOTT, Oil the Premises, oil Wednesday and Thursday, the 25th aud 261b Days of September, isu, precisely at 11 o'Clock, ALL the unrivalled STOCK of LONG- HORNED „ . COWS, HEIFERS, BULLS and CALVES, and some RAMS, BR F. EDI iNG EWES and TH EAVES, the Propertv of THOMAS PRINSEP, Esq. of CROXAI. L, in the County of Derby ( who is declining the Bull and Ram Branches of Breeding):— Consisting of about seventy Head of NEAT CATTLE, eighteen RAMS, and eighty EWES and THEAVES. Mr. PRINSEP'S Stud of Long- horned Cattle has too long stood pre- eniineutly high to need a single Comment: about three Years ago he refused THREE THOUSAND GUINEAS for thirty Cows and HEIFERS, and FIVE HUNCP. ED GUINEAS for a BOLL.—' The Cows, Heifers, and their Calves will be sold on Wednesday, the First Day's Sale and the Bulls, Sturks, and Yearling Heifers 011 Thursday. Catalogues may now be had at Croxall, and at the principal Inns in Lichfield, Tamworfh, Ashhy- de la Zouch, and Burton- on- Trent; the King's Head, Derby; the Green Man, Asliborne; the Red Lion, Atherstone; the Bull's Head, Hinckley; the Hen and Chickens, Birming- ham; the Crowns, Leicester; the Black's Head, Notting- • and of Mr. BOOTT, in Loughborough. 40 38 34 Clarionetf— Mr Mahon and Mr. Riscli 2 floras— Messrs. Petrides and 2 others 4 Trumpets— Mr. Hyde, Mr. Hyde, juu, and 2 others 4 Trombones— Mv. Mariotti, Mr. Flack, and Mr. Dresler... 3 Double Drums— M r. Jenkiusou i Organ and Piano Forte- Mr. S>. Wesley 1 Pedal Harps— Miss Sharp and Miss L. Sharp 2 Total Numlier of Performers 205 The Choral Part will be formed into a double Choir. The Trebles on the first Side will lie led by those celebrated Lancashire Choral Singers, Miss Travis and Mrs. Travis, and the second Side by Mrs. stnplv and Miss Smethurst, and the other Parts of the Band will be filled with the best Performers from London aud other Parts of the Kingdom, altogether forming the largest Band ever assembled on the like Occasion. There will be BALLS each Evening at the Assembly Rooms at the StinkespearTavern. All the above Premises are situate in or near the Tow n of Shiffnal aforesaid. LOT XXI. All that Messuage or Tenement and Farm, called RUCKLEY- GIIANGE, with the Out- Buildings, Gar- dens, Pleasure- Grounds, and several Pieces of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, thereto adjoining an I belong- ing, containing together hy Estimation, 128A 2R. 6P. or thereabouts, be the same more or less, situate in the Pai ish of Tonge, in the County ofSalop ; late in theOccupation of the said M. A. Slaney, and now of his Assignees. This Messuage, Buildings, and Pleasure- Grounds, have been lately muck improved, and rendered fit for the Residence of a genteel Family, and are distant about two Miles from Shiffual aforesaid. LOT XXII- All that Parcel of Land, containing one Acre, with the Stable, mid other Buildiugs, thereon erected; subject to an Agreement with Robert Slaney, Esq. for the Term of one Year, and to coutinue fio?. i Year to Year, under the Yearly Rent of One Shilling, until Notice be given to determine the same ; aud then the said Robert Slaney is to be paid such Sum of Money not exceeding £ 50. as shall be fixed thereon by Referees, to be mutually ap- pointed in Respect to the Erections made, or to be made by him, ou the said Piece of Laud. Mr. FRANCIS HALLEY, the Auctioneer, will appoint a Person to shew the Premises ; and further Particulars may be had by applyingto WILLIAM JOHN YONGE, of Caynton House, Esq. GEORGE BISHTON, ofKilsall, Esq. PLOWDEN PRESLAND, of Brunswick square, London, Esq. or to Mr PRITCHARD, Solicitor, Bioseley. ham ; Applications that may he made to Mr. BOOTT, l.- y Letter, are respectfully requested to be Post- paid. Croxall is 6 Miles from Tamworth, 7 from Lichfield, 8 from Burton- oii- Treiit, and 11 from Ashby- de- la- Zouch. M EPJON ETHS HI R E AND MONTGOMERY- SHIBE ESTATES. Oa Monday, the 7th Day of October, 1811, at the Unicorn Inn, in the Town of Machynlleth, in tlieCounty ot Mont- gomery, between the Hours of four and six o'Clock iu the Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale ; THE following verv desirable and improveahle FREE HOLD ESTATES aud FARMS, in Lots, as under: LOT I. A capita] Messuage, Tenement and Farm, with the Ap- purtenances, called RHOGOG, most delightfully situated 111 a beautiful romantic Valley at the Foot of CADER IDRIS, in the Paiish of Talyllyn, in the County of Meri- oneth, containing by Admeasurement 127A. 3R. 3P. ( more or lessl, and in the Occupation of Mr. John Griffiths. v This Estate has a valuable and exclusive Right of Sheep Walk over 87 Acres of very sound Land. LOT II. A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with the Ap- purtenances, called THE BRYN, situate in the Parish of Llanymowddu, in the same County, containing by Admea- surement 75A. oR 8P. ( more or less), in the holding of Mr. John Edwards, aged 87 Years, or thereabout, under a Lease for his Life at the yearly Rent of ,£ 28. 10s. Also another Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with its Appurtenances, called TYNYLLAN, situate in the same Parish, containing 15A lR. 27P. ( more or less), iu tbe Oc. cupation of Widow Richards. These Farms, together with the next ( Lot 3), have a very extensive and almost exclusive Right of Common over nearly 450 Acres of excellent Sheep Walk. LOT III. A Messnage, Tenement, and Farm, with the Appurtenances, called LLEDFRON, situate in the said Paiish of Llanymowddu, containing hy Admeasurement 25A. OR. 29P. and in the Occupation of John Hugh. LOT IV A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with its Appnrlenances, called ESCAIRGADWAITH, containing by Admeasurement I08A. aR. 26P. situate in the Parish of Darnwen, in the County of Montgomery, in the Otcupa tion of Richard Thomas. LOT V. A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with its Ap- purtenances, called FRONGOCH, containing bv Admea- surement 25A- 2R. 29P. situate iu the same Parish, and in the holding of Hugh Jones. LOT VI. A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with the Appurtenances, called BRYN Y CROGWK, containing hy Admeasurement gsA. 3R. 3P. situate in the said Parish of Darowen, and in the holding of Robert Richards. I. OT VII. A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, with its Appui tenances, called TAN Y LLAN, containing by Ad- measurement 70A. 3R. 38P. ( more or less), situate in ( he Parish of Daroweu aforesaid, and in the Possession of Ed- ward Hugh. LOT VIII. A Messuage, Tenement, and Dwelling House, called the UNICORN INN, with tbe Garden, Lands, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, containing byAdniea- surement 2A. IR. 13P. Situate in ihe Village of Daroweu, and in the Possession of Evan Joues. N. B. The above Lots 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, arc entitled to extensive Sheep Wulkson the adjoining Hills. LOT IX. All those Cottages and Gardens situate in the Village of Darowen, in the Occupation of John Edwards, under a Lease for 99 Years, of which about 50 are now un- expired. LOTX. A Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, called HIR- DDOL, containing hy Admeasurement 102A. 3R. 24P. situ- ate in the Parish of Penegos, in the County of Montgomery, iu the Possession of Edward Pugli. I. OT XL A Cottage, Garden, and*' Parcel of Land, called TYN Y MAES, situate in the same Parish, and containing by Admeasurement lA 2R. 34P. under Lease to Mary Humphreys, for her own Life, aged 87, or thereabout, and the Life of Robert Jones, aged 50 Years, or thereabout. LOT All. A Messuage. Farm, nnd Lands, called PEN Y GEUL VN, containing bv Admeasurement 72A. 3R. 5f. ( more 01 less), situate iu the said Parish of Pcnegos, in the holding of John Rhees. N. B. This Farm has an extensive Common Right on the adjoining Wastes. LOT XIII A Parcel of Land ( Part of Pen y geulan Farinl, called CAE RHOSGUD, containing two Acres, or there- about. LOT XIV. A Messuage, Farm, and Lands, called CLIRI- AN FACH, situate in the Parish of Machvnlleth, contain- ing by Admeasurement 29A. 3R. 31*. ( more or less), in the Possession of Widow Lewis. All the above Farms ( excepting these mentioned to he under Lease) are let to respectable yearly Tenants, at very low Rents, & are capable of very considerable Improvement. They are also situate at easy Distances from good Market Towns, and iu a fine Sporting Country, abounding with Game and Fish. The respective Tenants will shew the Premises ; and further Particulars may be known by applying 10 Messis. LLOYDS, Solicitors, Ludlow, Shropshire, at whose Office Maps of the Estates may also be seen, ijth August, 1911. LONDON. THURSDAY. SKPTEM'fcEft 5. Paris papers were received yesterday, but they cnntatfi nothing of inporiauce. Marshal Oudinot, Duke of T'.'- ggio, who commands the troops on the Banks of the Scheldt, is p. one to Utrecht, but will soon return to Antwerp, where Bonaparte is expec( ed accompanied hy his Empress. To review and encourage his naval resources, is, no doubt, the principal object ofthe intended visit; but it tnnst be also hi3 pride and poliev toexhibithis Austrian Princess to Ihe people of the low countries, as in this Consort of the usurper thev may recognise the descendant of their ancient Sovereigns. The Imperial decree of the 1st instant, directs the calling out of the conscription class of 1809 ; that is, of the young men born in 1788 The contingent will he the same amount as that uf the ela « s 1809. The drawing must be ended before the 2d of September, which day is appointed for Ihe meeting of the recruiting council. 1 he departure of the first part of the conscripts is fixed fur the 20th of Seplember, and that of the latter for Ihe 1st of October. A gentleman bas just reached to" n from Cadiz, who gives a very melancholy account uf the stale ot things in that foitress. There were upwards of 1500 Spanish officers parading the streets and filling the coffee- houses, who received pay from Ihe Regency, without beins employed on any mili- tary service. The British iroops are represented to he much rltrusted with this indolence, as well as all the well- wishers to tbe patriotic cause. Our informant, after a residence of some time in that city, expresses the most serious apprehen- sions for its safety, arising from the conviction lhat it abounds W'tli traitors nnd French emissaries. It appears by accounts in our hands, that the central aimy, under General Freyre, which Blake has now joined, consists cf 7000 men, well organized and disciplined. Il has been greatly augmented by recruits, aud being supported by the whole population of Granada, it has abundance of supplies of al! kinds. It is also furnished wilh a quantity of small ar- tilleiy, well suited to the country it occupies, and extremely destructive to tbe enemy. The castles abandoned by the French in Baza Gaudiz Motiil ( where General Blake landed) Almeria, & c. have been mounted with cannon — At ten or twelve different points the number of 1000 men are stationed, by which expedient the French are grievously annoyed in almost every direction. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. Papers bave been received from Corunna, containing an official account ot the taking of Santanrler by the Spaniards In addition to the extracts we have before given from cor- respondetica bv the last Lisbon Mail, we have to subjoin the following: ' Lisbon, Aug. 18, Wehave just received accounts that a small convoy of provisions and water, going lo Cuidad Rodriao, has been intercepted by our troops. Lord Welling- ton has pushed forwnrd on the road to Salamanca, and has only left a small corps of observation before Cuidad Rodrigo. It is supposed in the army that this movement is in conse- quence of his having information tbat a large French force had entered Galicia, and of his wish at the same time to pre- vent the junction of Marshal Bessieres with the army of Mar- mont. Great events are on the eve of taking place." The frigate Constitution, belonging to the United States, arrived off Plymouth, on Monday last, and landed a mes- senger, with dispatches for our Government, and for tbe American Charge d'affaires here. Joel Barlow, Minister from the United Spates lo France, aud the American Consuls for Paris and Bourdeaux, aie said to be on board this frigate. After landing the Messenger and dispatches, the Constitution sailed for France, but was afterwards lo proceed to Holland, having specie On board to pay tbe dividends due to the Dutch on the American funds. Hop- picking lias commenced generally throughout Kent and Sussex, with a prospect of fine quality, though not of so large a quantity in produce as was some time past expected. The Baltic fleet is arrived, 80 arc come up tbe river, and several have been reported. Last week 19 debtors were discharged from Newgate, in Newcastle, under the late insolvent act. One was remanded because the Printer of the Gazette spelled his name, by mis- take, West, instead of Vest; another, because, in the same paper, he wss described as a eo?/- maker, instead of a corf mr. ker. The third had not inserted his last place of abode. These errors rendered fresh notices necessary. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. York House, September 6, 1811. This day bis Excellency the Duke Del Infantado, ( Ambas- sador Extraordinary from ( he Supreme Council of Regency of Spain and the Indies, acting in the name of his Catholic Majesty Ferdinand Ihe Seventh, had his first private audience of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, to deliver his cre- dentials. This day Admiral Apodaca. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the Supreme Council of Regency of Spain and the Indies, acting in the name of his . Catholic Majesty Ferdinand the Seventh, had his audience of leave of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. THE KIFG.— The following Bulletins have been published since our last: " Sept. 3. His Majesty has passed a sleepless night, and is not quite so well this morning.— Sept. 4 Tbe King had some sleep last night. His Majesty is this morning nearly ns he was yesterday.— Sept. 5. His Majesty's symptoms are nearly the same as they were yesterday.—. Sept. 6. His Majesty's symptoms have not varied since yesterday.— Sept. 7. His Majesty continues in the same slate as yesterday." It appears from the Bulletins, that there has been no ma- terial fluctuation in his Majesty's health for some time past. His personal health is generally understood to be improved, and it is not very improbable that he may continue in his pre- sent condition for some time lo come. Paris papers to Ihe 4th instant were received this morning, one of which stales, that two English frigates, disguised as French, entered the mouth of the liver Gironde, near Bour- leaux, and carried off a French brig, tho Teaser, after an iDstinate resistance. 7' he French Admiral appears very angry fll Ihe success of this enterprise. This surprises us, for we thought such things had grown familiar to him befoie this time. The Paris papers also stale, that the Porle has'published an account of Ibe success of ( he Turkish army on ( he right bank of tbe Danube, It is highly favourable, A new Vizire has inspired the troops with fresh activity. The Russians have been driven completely across the Danube; not a single place remains in their hands oa the south of that river. A reinforcement of nearly 2000 men is at this moment under orders for Sicily. The regiment of Watteville, how- ever, is on iis way Irom that island to Cadiz. Some priva'e letters were received in town this morning from the Baltic, conveying the acceptable information, lhat 52 of the ships which have beeu detained in the Russian potts, under the charge of having property and manufactures be- longing lo ( his country falling within the law of contraband, have been set at liberty. This measure has not been adopted without requiring bonds of the parties concerned in sufficient amounts, w hich are to continue in force for two years, unless tbe legality of such effects shall be proved. This intelligence was received with some doubt as to its correctness in tbe eai ly part of the day, but it has since been confirmed by authority which is considered to be perfectly satisfactory. An opinion prevails very generally among mercantile men in the citv, thai our Government has it in contemplation lo adopt immediately certain measures in retaliation of the non- intercourse law of ( he United States. This subject, it is said, chiefly occupied Ibe attention ofthe Council which was yes- terday held by the Prince Regent; and an Order of Council is understood to have been signed, which will very shortly make its appearance, prohibiting American vessels from en- tering British ports, except such as ate laden with flour and wheat, and providing mat they shall carry back freights tbe produce of iliis country or of its colonies. It is reported that two ships have arrived to- day from Oslend, oue of whiih sailed from thence on the 5th instant, conveying seme licences which willbea greatrelief to French merchants in this city. These instruments do not include the clause inserted in all foitner licences, viz. that the vessel conveying lo the Fieuch coast a cargo of goods stated iu the tarif, shall tie obliged to return to England with a caigo of equal value to that imported, consisting of wines, brandies, and Flench manufactures. American papers have been received, they contain some accounts of the disputes between the Government of the United States, and the Spanish authorities in the Florida*. These papeis came by the way of Cork, and the tellers re- ceived at that port confirm what has been already stated respecting the suspension of the nsgnciation between Mr. Foster anil the American Cabinet. Mr. Madison had quitted Washington for his seat at Montpelier, in Virginia, and it is said, tbat before his departure he had a very long conference with Monsieur Serrurier, the Minister from Fiance lo the United States. Mr Junes Burdett ( brother to the Baronet) has publicly avowed himself a candidate for the Borough of Southward, nnd has circulated hand bills for a meeting of his friends to take place on Ihe occasion; so that this ancient Borough will now be contested for by no less than four candidate", viz. the gentleman above mentioned, tho two present members, and Mr. Calvert, the brewer, each of whom is determined to stand on his own separate interest. MA- NIAC.— A most interesting looking female, about 13 years of age, dressed i'u a sfyte of fashionable elegance, attracted Ihe attention of several persons yesterday morning in Bond- street, by'the singularity of her demeanour. She held in her hand a beautiful woik basket, in which wefe small bundles ol straw, which she exposed for sale to the passengers, asking thefti, at the sable time, if fhey would buy any matfches ? So extraordinary a circumstance soon drew a'crowd " Torino her, who continued to listen to her ravings for some time, and many, from curiosity, purchased her little bundles, for which she returned the most grateful acknowledgments. At length, an elddrly gentleman, in great agitation, forced his' way through the throng, and, catching the female in his arms, he was for a moment lost in the greatest anguish. Several gentlemen offered their assistance, and a coach being pro- curt d, the unfortunate maniac was placed in it. To this she made uo resistance, but continued crying her matche . She was driven to the bouse from which she wandered, iu Baker- street. No partridge shooting took place at Holkham on the 2d of September, Mr. Coke never commencing his sporting season until the first week in October. taoBtscript. LONDON, Monday Night, September 9, 1811. THE KING.— The following Bulletins were shewn yester- dav and to- day :— '"< Windsor Castle, Sept. 8.— His Majesty remains in the same state as for the last few days." " Sept. 9.— His Majesty's symptoms have not varied since yesterday." On application this morning at Kensington Palace, re- specting the Duke of Sussex, no account could be procured, the person who sat up with his Royal Highness not having left liis room. It now appears certain, that Bonaparte has relaxed some- what in his restrictions on commerce, whether to serve private views, or the general purposes of trade, remains yet to be explained. Both to- day and Saturday last vessels, with the sanction of tbe French Government, have arrived here from Osteud wilh the permission of llie. FrenchGovern nteill, and more with cargoes may be expected. By ( he latest arrival minor French papers to the 5th instant have come to hand : their contents, although silent 011 the subject of affairs in the Peninsula, are not destitute of interest. A new decree, of considerable length, has been promulgated by the French Government relative to the naturalization of French subjects in foreign countries, all Frenchmen to make application to the French Government for permission before they are naturalized by any foreign power, as in such cases, and under particular circumstances, Buch permission will be given. The penalty of not conform- ing to the decree 111 this respect, will be the confiscation of property, and the succession of their heirs cut off' for ever. Such French subjects as have been naturalized by any fore ign nation prior to llie issuing of the decree in question, shall give notice of the same within a specific time allowed for that purpose, on pain of a similar penalty and forfeit- ure. Should permission be given to any French subject to accept their naturalization from a foreign nation, it must be done with the condition iu their oath of allegiance, that on no account are they to take up arms against France, although such nation may be at war with her. These papers contain tbe first official intelligence of the opening of Dantzic to a free trade, which is communicated by Brigadier Wogeyoski to General Fiscle as follows:—" I have the honour to communicate to you the very important news for our country, by an order of his Majesty the Em- peror of France, that the port of Dantzic is entirely free, and commerce permitted without restriction, and the Custom- House duties diminished one third. His Majesty tbe King of Prussia is also about to establish the same duties as at Dantzic. The introduction of English mer- chandise is forbidden." The latest accounts from the Russian and Turkish Annies on the Danube, are contained in these papers. Up to the 3d of August, nothing decisive had taken place between them. The Head- quarters of the Russians were still at Giverwego. The Turks had carried off from the fort of Nicopolis, all the heavy battering train of artillery which they had used in the siege. A considerable body of Turks were assembling in the environs of Widdin, which attracted much the attention of the Servians at Belgrade, w here there was a very weak garrison. The King of Bavaria, it appears, has issued a very severe decree to prevent emigration, which has been so very prevalent since the conscription laws have been put in force to obtain the quota of men required, as a member of the Confederation of the Rhine. FRENCH PRINCES.— A reward of £ 200 is offered in the Gazet. teof Saturday, for the discovery of the writers ofcer- tain anonymous letters, w hich have been sent to the French Princes, threateningthem with assassination, & c. Three per Cent. Consols. 63 § . SHREWSBURY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1811. BIRTH. On the 30th ult. at Burford, in ( his county, Lady Caroline Rushout, of a daughter. MARRIED. Thursday last, at Ufliington, by special licence, by the Rev. John Dryden Pigott, Major Genera! Orde, eldes( ton of John Orde, Esq. of Weetwood Home, Northumberland, lo Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Henry Bevan, Esq. On the - 26th ult. at Luclon, Pryse Devercux, Esq. of Jesus College, Oxfjrd, and ol' Llanfair, Montgomeryshire, to Miss Thomas, sister of the Rev. John Thomas, Head Master of the Free Grammar School at Lucton, Herefordshire. Monday last, at St. Chad's, Mr. Llewellyn, grocer and druggist, lo Mrs. Mountford, both of this town. Thursday last, at West F- lton, Mr. Edward Evans, of Wor- cester, chemist, to Miss C. Bickerton, of Sandford Hall, youngest daughterof Mr. Bickerton, of Woodcote, in this county. At Brewood, Mr. E. Wilson, jun. of Beobridge, in this county, to Mi, s Moody, of the Hattons ; also, Mr. Wilson, sen. lather of the- above gentleman, to Mrs. Moody, mother of the above lady. Thursday last, at theFrieitds' meeting house, Franrlley, Cheshire, Richard Darby, ,, f Coalbrook Dale, to Maria Sorten, of Chester. Friday- last, at Wellington, Mr. W. Nock, to Miss Ann Binnell. A feu- elavs ago, at Malpas, Mr. G. Williams, of Millmoor, farmer, to Miss Robinson, of Hebnal, near Malpas. At St. Chad's, oil the 12th of August last, Mr. Richard D. Rider, printer, of this ( own, ( o Sarah, daughter of Mr. Smout, ot ihe parish of Westbury, in this county, DIED." 1 On ( he 28th ol August, after a lew days illness, in the Isle o Wight, Mrs. Jenkinson, widow of J. Jenkinson, Eat), brother to the lale Earl of Liverpool. On the 27th ult. Mr. Gwynne, for nearly 50 years a respectable draper in Much Wenlock. At Bridgnorth, Miss Banbury, eldest daughter of Mr. Ilanbury, ironmonger. Lately, Samuel Manning, Esq. alderman cf High Wycombe, and formerly of Wrenburv, in ( he county of Chester. On the 29th ult. at Whitchurch, alter a short illness, Mrs. Clarke, wife ot Mr. Benjamin Clarke, farmer. Monday last, Mrs. Oa. es, widow, sister of the late Mr. W. James, tailor, ot this town. On the 31st ult, in the 61) rh year of liis age, Francis Brookes, E- q. an alderman, and m my, years town clerk of the liorough ol Stafford At Ross, iu the 54th year ot his age, W. Hooper, Esq. solicitor. Lately, Mrs. Smith, wile of Mr. John Smith, of Erbistock, Flintshire. On the 31st ult. tbe Rev. Robert Bricc, of Bcrse, near Wrexham, aged 81. Ou Monday last, alter a long at, d painful illness, which he bore with christ • an fortitude, Mr. ' 1 lioroasWoodward, ol the Compasses, Frankwell, a truly honest and just man. Visiting Clergyman this week at the Infirmary, the Rev. Mr. Campbell:— House- Visitors, James Craig, Esq. and Mr. Corrie.— At the Weekly Board, on Saturday last, Mr. George Grant, of this town, was reported a Subscriber of One Guinea per Annum to lhat Charily. Additional Subscriptions to the Public Subscription Charity School. Mrs. Hill, Hawkstone, increased to £ 2 12 0 Mrs. Lawrence, Post- Office 160 Donation to Ditto. A Friend, by the Rev. Hugh Owen 1 1 0 The persons enrolled in the South regiment of Shropshire Local Militia, commanded by the right lion, the Earl of Powis, and who have not been trained iu any preceding year, are to assemble at Lndlow, on the 23d inst. and all others ou the 30th iust. for training and exercisiug.— The Centre regiment, commanded by Col. Lyster, are to assem- ble in their Field of Exercise near this town, 011 the Ist and 8th of October, for the same purpose.— See Adits, last page. We understand tbat an unusual assemblage of genteel company is expected at our Races, which commence 011 Tuesday next; 011 w hich evening the Theatre will open for the Season.— See Adv The Cornel, much, is moving' b. iilliaucy every evening; when it was seen 011 the 31st ult. it bad 110 tail, but now Ihe tail is visible tothe naked eye, aud appears one degree and a half long: its motion is about one degree in twenty- four hours, and the direction of its path passes just below the tail of Ursa Major. It may easily be found about eight o'clock in the evening, fifteen degrees above the horizon, and in the direction of aright line passing from the Pole Star through the pointers in Ursa Major. A meeting of the Committee of the Shrewsbury Severn Association was held yesterday at the Guildhall, at which several important Resolutions were passed, aud the list of subscribers, which we have the pleasure to hear is daily increasing, was ordered to be published.— By a communica- tion made to the meeting, we find that JOHN CORBET, Esq. of Sundoru, has ordered tbat bis wear on the river shall not be layed during the months the salmon fry are in the river.— See Advertisement. The First Report of the Committee of the Worcester Severn Association wa6 read at a Meeting on the 2d inst. and our readers will be pleased to learn that from the nature of this Report there does not appear to be the least doubt of the preservation of the Fish in the Severn being com pletely sefiured; in which case, Associations will certainly be formed in other places for the like purpose, anil great national benefit must be the result.— The Committee state " That they have to announce, to the high honour of the Earl of TANKERVILLE, that he has ordered a Wear of his, which was erected in the River Severn, near Shrews- bury, to be destroyed — This the Committee consider as an act which merits every praise, and truly deserving the Public Thanks of the respective Associations." We understand that endeavours are making to form Associations for t, he protection of the Wye and Usk rivers. On Saturday se'nnight was executed, in front of Stafford county gaol, Thomas James, aged 6o, convicted, at the late assize, of an unnatural crime. A goldsmith at Bristol, with a view to relieve tbe distress felt for want of change, bas opened a Bank, whence he issues notes for £ l. 5s and £ 1.10s. and such other fractional sums as the bankers are not in the hahit of circulating. They are payable on demand in Spanish dollars at the market price ; or if four notes of £ 1,5s. or two of £ l. 10s. or any greater number, he presented at one time, they will be paid in the notes of the several already established banks in tbat city. At the Great Sessions at Dolgelfey, John Hughes, found guilty of Bigamy, was sentenced to be transported 7 years. — At Carnarvon, Jane Hughes, for concealing the * ill of her bastard child, imprisoned one year; and Daniel Hughes, for sheep stealing, received sentence of death, but was reprieved-, Chester assizes commenced on Wednesday last. There were only 10 prisoners for trial.— Sarah Thomas was indicted for sacrilegiously stealing two surplices from the vestry of St. Mary's Church, in Chester, 011 the 16th of April last, and John M'Bride for receiving the same.— M'Blide, not guilty— S. Thomas, guilty— Death. BRISTOL F AIR.— Leather At this Fair met a heavy sale, at the following prices:— Heavy Crops 2ld. to 23d.— Light ditto 17d. to 19d— Shoe and Coach Hides 2od. to 2ld.— Saddlers'Hides 18ld. to IQjd.— Common and Inferior ditto J6d. lo lad— Bulls l6d. to 17d.— Buffalos I2d to 14d — Prime Heavy ditto ltiil. to 18d.— Light horned dilto ud. to Hid.— Heavy close ditto J8d. to 22d.— Horse Hides 12d. to l/ d— Spanish ditto ud. to 17d.— Best Pattern Skins 3s. 7d. to 3s. 8d— Common ditto 3s. 2d. to 3s. 5d.— Heavy ditto as. ( id. to 2s. Hid.— Light Welslt ditto 2s. 4d. to 2s. 8d.— Irish ditto 2s. 4d. to 2s. ( id— Kips 2s. to 2s. tid — Light Seals 2s. lod. to 3s. Raw Goods.— Buenos Ayres Hides 6d.— Irish Veals lo^ d.— Newfoundland Seals £ 14 per hundred. GENERAL ELECTION — Canvassing for Votes has already begun in some parts of the Empire, and to secure the In- terest of the Fair Sex with the Electors, the Candidates present them with the smiles of Forlune, in tbe Share of a Ticket for the present Lottery, which embraces every ad- vantage, and removes every objection to former ones. There are only 13,500 Tickets, which will not be sufficient to meet the wishes of the fair friends of tbe Electors in five Coun- ties, and no doubt they will be very scarce before the 22ei of October, when all the Lottery will be drawn. WARWICK RACES commenced on Tuesday, when his Majesty's Plate of 100 Guineas, was run for by " Major Pigot's br. h. York, 6 yrs. old 1 1 Mr. Tomes's r. c. Mahogany, 4 yrs 3 3 Mr. West's br. f. by Tottrielge, 4 yrs 2 dr. Mr. Powell's b. c. Ad Libitum, 4 yrs bd. A Sweepstakes of 10 Guineas each, was run for by Mr. Rawlinson's b. c. Chadliugton 1 Mr. R. Canning's b f. by Vermin 3 Mr. Tomes's b c. Watchman 3 Mr. D. Faulkner's c. c. Constitution rider thrown. Four others were drawn. A Hunter's Sweepstakes of 10 Guineas each, was run for by Sir E. Smytbe's b. h. by Traveller, aged 4 1 I Mr. Canning's c. g. Threadbare, 6 yrs 14 2 Mr. Penrice's c. h. byChaunter, 5 yrs......... 5 2 3 Mr. J. Heritage's br. g. Venture, 5 yrs 3 3 4 Mr. Shirley's c. h. George, aged 2 5 5 Mr. Dyott's b. h. Champion, 4 yrs dr. The County Subscription Purse of £ 50, was run for by Mr. Braed's br. f. Georgiana, 4 yrs 1 1 Mr. Shaw's br. m. Boadicea, 4 yrs 2 2 Mr. Tomes's r. c. 4 yrs dr. On the following day, a Gold Cup of 100 Guineas, and 30 Guineas in specie, by Thirteen Subscribers of 10 Guineas each, was run for by Lord Oxford's Victoria, aged Mr. Shirley's b f. by Vermin, 3 yrs Mr. C. Mills's b. c. Watchman, 3 yrs Four others were drawn. The Members' Plale of £ 50, was run for by Mr. West's b. f. by Tottridge, 4 yrs 1 Mr. Faulkner's e. c. by Doubtful, 3 yrs. 2 Mr. Shaw's b. f. Miss Holland, 3 yrs 5 Mr. Wheeler's b. f. by Sir Oliver, 4 y » 3 Mr. Bowker's br. c. brother to Stamford 4 Mr. R Canning's b. f. by Vermin dr. The Town Subscription Purse of £ 50, was run for by Mr. Tinkler's r. c. 4 yrs 1 1 Mr. Wheeler's b. f by Sir Oliver 2 2 A sound mind in a sound body, is a short but full de- scripiion of a happy state in this world : he that has these has little more to wish for, aud he who wants either, will be little the better for auv thing else." Wehave not the temerity to attempt the refutation of an opinion advanced by one of our profoundest philosophers ( Locke); but, without courting the severity of criticism, we may observe, that at tbe period in which his elaborate treatise on education was written, the GUIDE TO HEALTH was not in existence, nor bad tlie country been blessed with tbe discovery of the COR- DIAL BALM OF GILEAD. MARKET HERALD. Price of Grain in our market oil Saturday last: Wheat 14s. Od. to 15s. 0d.— per bash el of 38 quarts. — Oats ' Is. 6d. per customary measure of 57 quarts. Corn Exchange, September 6. This day the market has some further arrivals ot Wneat; the bhyers numerous, and in demand ; sales readily support tire prices quoted.— Barley, with Malt maintain last prices. Scarce any white Peas, again higher— Grev dearer — Beans of both sorts nearly al the last currency.— The supplies of Oats are but inconsiderable, and sales thereof brisk, fully at the lale increase in price. Current Price of Grainper Quarter as under :— Wheat 80s. to 108s, I White Peas 70s. to 74s. Barley 40s. to 46s. i Oats 23s. to 30s. Beans 46s. to 52s. | Malt 70s to 46s. Fine Flour, 90s. to 95-.— Seconds 85s. toP0-. per sack. SEPT. 9 ]— Tbe fresh arrivals of W heat coast ways to- day make a middling supply with part of last week's foreign, about 15,000 quarters, and sales in general rather higher ; some fine old Wheat £ 6. per quarter; Barley, with Malt, maintain last prices ; White Peas higher.— Beans of each sort likewise.— There are tolerable remaining supplies of Oats, and this trade is quoted nearly at Friday's prices.— Flour mostly named dearer— the finest £ 5. per sack. J. & W. NIGHTINGALE 1J9ESPECTFULLY informJheir Friemls and the Public thy J1- shall have open a Selection of ORNAMENTS and OR- NAMENTAL HAIR*, together with an Assortment of GE- NUINE PERFUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES, of which they solicit the Honour of their Inspection on MONDAY NEXT. WYLE COP, SEPTEMBER IO, 1811. 1 2 bd. 1 3 2 dr. dr. The LORD WFLL1NGTON NEW COACH to ABERYSTWITH, by Way of Welsh Pool, Llanfair, Llanerfil, Can- Office, Mallwyd, and Maehvnlleth, has commenced running, from The LION and The UNICORN Inns, WYLE COP, and The BRI- TANNIA Inn, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY; and continues to go every SUNDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY Morn- ings, at four o'CIock, and returns the same Day to Shrews- bury, where it meets the Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Worcester, Hereford, Bath, Bristol, London Mail, and other Coaches. Performed by the Public's obedient Servants, LAW RENCE, WILLIAMS, & CARTWRIGIIT, Shrewsbury, It. EVANS, Bear Inn, Welshpool, T. EVANS, Cross Foxes, Llanerfil, T. EVANS, Eagles Inn, Machynlleth, JACOB JONES, Royal Hotel, Aberystwith. The above Coach has been put 011 the Road at the solici- tations of many respectable Merchants in London, Birm- ingham, Bristol, & c. who wish to view the delightful and grand Scenery of North- and South Wales, during the Summer Months ; and for Ihe Accommodation of Families and Parties, Seats may he secured THROUGHOUT, from ihe BULL and MOUTH, and GREF. N MAN and STILL Inns, London; The DOG, SARACEN'S HEAD, and SWAN Inns, Birmingham ; The LION Inn, Wolverhampton ; The PHEASANT Inn, Wellington; The STAR and GARTER Inn, Worcester; also from ABERYSTWITH throughout to London every Day. The Proprietors of this Undertaking will not he accountable for Parcels, Passengers' Luggage, & c. above the value of Five Pounds, unless entered as such, and paid for accordingly. SHREWSBURY SEVERN ASSOCIATION. AT a Meeting of the Committee, held in the Guildhall, onTuesday, the 10th Day of September, 18] 1, PRESENT, THOMAS LLOYD, WM. FLEMYNG, JOHN BECK, JAMES PARRY, JOHN MORRIS, FRANCIS PARRY, and WM. E. JEFEREYS, Esqrs. the Rev. CORBET BROWNE, the Rev. HUMPHREY SAN DFORD, Mr. WM. JONES, Mr. BRAYNE, aud Mr. PHILIP HUGHES ; The Right Worshipful THE MAYOR in the Chair : Tbe Report ofthe Committee of the Worcester Associa- tion being read, Resolved unanimously— 1. THAT the following Extracts therefrom be published; " As the Line of Co- operation is now nearly com- { ilete, and regular Correspondences established, it las been determined to divide the River into several Districts, each Division to be guarded by its respec- tive Associations. " The Committee have to announce, that the Grievances complained of below Glocester are in a great Measure removed ; and Steps are taking to ' remove those at its Source, and the intermediate Places. " The Committee are now in Correspondence with olher Associations for the Removal of tbe Wears and other Obstructions 011 the River; nor have they the least Doubt but that they shall be successful." 2. THAT the Secretary write to Worcester, lo enquire what Obstructions to the Fisheryon the River have been removed near Glocester, and what Steps are now taking for the Removal of other Grievances. The Rev. CORBET BROWNE having, at the Request of JOHS CORBET, Esq. stated to the Meeting, tbat he has given Directions to Ihe Person at his Wear not to lay the same iu future, during the Months the Salmon Fly are in the River; 3. THAT the Thanks of this Committee be given to Mr. CORBET, and that Mr. BROWNE be requested to commu- nicate the same to him. A Letter from M. DOVASTON, Esq. of Verniew Bank, being read ; 4. THAT the Thanks of this Committee begiven to Mr. DOVASTON for his Communication, and that he be re- quested to become an honorary Memberof this Committee, and lo forward and form one or more Associations for the Preservation of the Fisheries of the Rivers Verniew and Taonat. 5. THAT a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS be paid to any Person that shall give Information of any Nets being used in ( he River in Ihe Night- time, between Sun setting and Sun rising, so that the Offender may be convicted; to be paid on Conviction, over and above the Reward which he will be entitled to by Act of Parliament. As the Utility of the Measures adopted by the Com- mittee depend in a great Measure 011 the Subscriptions that shall be received, 6. THAT the Lists of Subscribers he perfected as much as possible by the next Meeting ; and the Nobility and Gen. tlemen, and others, are earnestly requested to forward their Names and Subscriptions to Mr. LOXDALE, tb » Treasurer, at tbe Town Hall, immediately; and that a List of llie present Subscribers be published. 7. THAT these Resolutions be published iu the Shrews- bury and Worcester Papers. By Order of the Meeting, LOXDALE, Town- Clerk. which bas excited the public attention so ng* rapidly from the Sun, and increases in RICHARD . GITTINS, WHITESMITH AND BELL- HANGER, ST. JOHN'S HILL, SHREWSBURY, RETURNS his sincere Thanks to his Friends antl the Public in general, for tbe many Favours conferred on him ill the above Business, and respectfully begs Leave to inform them, as well as the Friends and Patrous of the late Mr. PHILLIPS, that he has taken to thelStock in Trade, and the Shop and Premises, formerly occupied by Mr. P. situate in St, John's Street, nearly cipposite the Theatre, which is now fitting up in a neat and commodious Manner, where the Trade will be carried on in a Stile equal to any Shop out of London, with the greatest Dispatch, and on the lowest Terms.— Bells hung in the present improved Fashion on the shortest Notice. TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. ~ WHEREAS JOHN SMITH, now or late of BRIDG- NORTH, in the County of Salop, Cabinet Maker and Dealer in Shoes, was, cm the Ist Day of May last, charged in the Prison of the said County ot Salop, for the Non payment of a Debt or Debts, which iu the Whole did not Amount to £ 2000. The said John Smith was by the Justices of the Peace of the said County, assembled at an Adjournment of tbe General Quarter Sessions of the Peace held in and for the said County, on the 21st Day of August last, adjudged to be entitled to tbe Benefit of an'Act of Par. tiamcni, entitled " An Act for ttie Relief of certain Insol- vent Debtors in England," and was DISCHARGED in pursu- ance of the said Act: And at a further Adjournment Of the said Sessions it was ordered and directed, That the Estate and Effects of the said John Smith should be assigned and conveyed to THOMAS HILDITCH and THOMAS CRCMPTON, Shoemakers, in Shrewsbury, IN TRUST, as by tbe said Act is directed. Now NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhat all Persons who stand indebted to tbe said John Smith, must forthwith pay the same to the said Thus. Ililditch and Thos. Crumptou ; and every Person to whom the said John Smith was indebted at Ibe Time of his Release, is hereby requested, as the said Act directs, " to make out the justness and identity of his or her Debt, by Oath, on due Proof in Writing before some such Justice or Justices," and transmit the same to the said Assignees, on or before the first Day of October next. Shrewsbury, Sept. 1!, 1811. Corporation of Shrewsbury - £ 10 10 T. Lloyd, Esq. Mayor 5 5 The Rev. Dr. Butler 2 2 Mr. Loxelale - - 5 5 John Morris, Esq. 2 2 Messrs. Eyton & Co. 5 5 Messrs. Beck & Co. 5 5 Messrs. Scott &, Co. 5 5 John Beck, Esq. - 1 I Mr. Charles Hughes 1 1 Mr. W. Eddowes - 1 1 Nr. Samuel Tudor 2 2 Mr. Philip Hughes 1 1 Mr. W. Cooper- - I 1 Mr Joseph Hulme 1 1 Rich. Phillips, Esq. 1 1 Fras. Walford, Esq. 1 1 Mr. Joseph Turner 1 1 A Friend, by dilto 1 1 Mr. Wm. Jones - I 1 James Parry, F. sq. - 1 1 Joshua Peele, Esq. 1 1 W. Flemyng, Esq. 1 1 Rev. H. Sandford - 1 1 Rich. Croxon, Esq. ] 1 T. Kynnersley, Esq. I 1 Rev. Archil. Corbett 2 2 Jonathan Scotl, Esq. 1 1 Colonel John Hill 5 5 Mrs. Powys - - 5 5 Rev. Hugh Owen - 1 1 Mr. Crump - - - I 1 Mr. W. Newling - I 0 Mr. Geo. Bowdler - 0 10 Mr. Gronna - - - 1 1 Mr. Wm. Scoltock 1 1 Mr. W. Lloyd - - O JO Mr. Stirrop - - - 1 1 Mr. Acton - - - 0 5 Colonel Lyster -- 55 James Southby, Esq. I I Mr. W. Brayne - - 1 1 Mr. Dan. Pritchard 0 2 Mr- \\. Smith - - 0 2 Dr. Johnson - - 1 I Mr. Jones, Crown Inn 0 4 Hon. II. G. Bennett 5 5 J. and W. Jones Mr. Hanley - - Mr. Donaldson Mrs. Mellor - - Mr. Peplow E. Humphreys, Esq. 1 Rev. Mr. Case - - 1 Mr. Ellis - - - - 0 10 Mr. Wootton - - 0 5 Mr. Leighton, Talbot SUBSCRIBERS. Mr. Vincent 0 JO 0 I o 10 • 5 0 3 1 0 Inn - - - A Wellwisber Mr. Pidduck Mr. Bowdler Mrs. Williams Mr. Saxton - Mr. Howell - 1 1 0 10 0 2 0 2 0 2 o 2 0 2 0 Mr. Sturgeon -- 05 0 Mr. John Jones 0 5 0 Mr. Prilchard, High 0 Street ---- 05 0 Mr. Joseph Meire - 0 10 0 Mr. Gittins - - - oil 0 Messrs. Walton and 0 Ward - - - - 0 10 0 Mr. John Vatighan 1 1 0 Mr Jones, SboemakerO 5 0 Mr. Eggleston - - o 10 0 Mr Bl Bowdler 0 5 0 Mr. Mountford - 05 0 Mr. Hitchcock - - 0 5 0 Mr- Belton - - - 0 5 0 Mr. Blunt - - - 0 5 0 Mr. Whitford - - 0 5 0 Mr. John Lee - - 0 5 0 Mt. Charles Hulbert ft 5 0 Jos. Asterley, Esq j t 0 Mr. Tompkins, Lion 0 Inn 11 0 Mr. Enock - - - 0 lo 0 Mr. Davies --- 05 0 Mr. Thos. Williams 0 10 0 Mr. Joseph Davics 0 10 0 Mr Robert Gray - O 5 0 Mr. Thomas, Currier 0 2 0 M'- ssrs. Roberts and 0 Quick ---- 03 0 Mr. Cartwright - 0 5 0 Mr. Wilkes --- 02 2 Mrs. Cottoui - - 0 2 6 Mr. Thomas - - 0 2 0 Mr. Watkins -- 05 0 Mr. Webster - 0 2 6 Mr. Say er - - - 0 3 0 Mr. Barber - - - 1 1 0 Mr. Woodall - - 0 5 o Mr. Hulnie --- 05 0 Mr. Jarratt --- 02 O Mr. Richard Lloyd 0 6 Mr. Driver - 0 2 6 Mr. Jones, Ravenlnn 0 3 0 Mr. Wheeler - - 0 2 0 Mr. Maxim - - - 0 2 0 Mr. Wilkinson - 0 6 Mr. Jonathan Perry 1 0 Mr. Prichard, A po- ll thecai- y - - - 1 1 0 Mr. Havcock -- 11 0 Major Ball --- 10 0 W. H. Thursby, Esq. I 1 o Thos. Money, Esq. 1 1 6 Miss Smith -. 05 0 Mr. Hayes ... 0 5 Vlr. John Evans - 0 5 0 Mr. Pngh - - - 1 1 G Mr. Eilw. Williams 0 5 6 Mr. John Oakley - 0 10 0 Mr. Farmer --- 02 6 Mr, Jones - - - 0 1 6 Mr. Davies - - - 0 2 0 CAMBRIDGE CLUB. rgMlE rlfembers ofthe CAMBRIDGE CLU3 are desired to - H meet at the Fox ISN, ou MONDAY, SEPTEMBER. H.;, 1811. Hon. R. CLIVE, President. EDWARD CLUDDE, Esq. Vice- President. * 4-* Dinner at Five o'CIock, T LI ON ROOMS. MI ERE will be a DANCING and CARD ASSEMBLY _ at these Rooms, on TUESDAY and THURSDAY Evenings in the Race Week. Shrewsbury, loth September, 1811. THE A Til E, S H RE IVSB URi 7~ THE RACE WEEK. THE Public are most respectfully informed Ihe Theatre will open on TUESDAY, the ljtb instant, and during the Company s stay a pleasing succession of entertaining performances will he carefully presented. From the greet Applause bestowed on Mis. CRESWELL, during the two JNights she performed in May last, the Manager has much pleasure in informing the Ladies and Gentlemen of Shrtv .- bury, that Lady is engaged for the Season. 0.1 TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 17, The first I one for several years, that very entertaining ar,; S justly celebrated Comic Opera, LOVE IN A VILLAGE. The Fart of Rosetta, With all the original SONGS, bv Mrs. CRESWELL. - Young Meadows Mr. LEY, Justice Woodcock - Mr. WATKINSON, Deborah Woodcock Mrs. CI1AM BERS, Hodge - Mr. G. CRISP. End of the Play, a COMIC SONG by Mr. RAYNER. To conclude with BON TON, or Iligh Life above Stairs. Lord Minikin - Mr WALL1S, Davy _ Mr-. RAYNER. KT Other Particulars iu the Bills of the Day. Boxes 3s 6d.— Pit 2s.— Gallery- is— Doors lo be opened at b, and Performance to begin at 7 o'CIock Places for the Boxes to be hail at Mr. CARESWEEL'S, Mardol. * M B. No Places for FRIDAY, the 2oth, can be let until 11 o Clock 011 tbe Morning of WEDNESDAY, the lstlr A Play and Farce every Evening in the Race IVeelc. On WEDNESDAY. THE MOUNTAINEERS, OctavUn Mr. CRISP, Agnes Mrs. CRESWELL :— with a Ballet Dance, calleel THE GRETNA BLACKSMITH, the principal Character by Mr. GOMERY, from ( heTheatre Royal, Dub- , ln.'., J? J? Jst APPearance To couclude with SPRIGS OF LAUREL, Mary Mrs. CRESWELL. SA L 0 P- IN F1II MA R Y. All Contributors and Friends lo this Charity- are desired to attend RICHARD LYSTER, Esq. the Treasurer, at tea o Clock 111 the Morning, from the Infirmary to St. Chad's Church; where there will be a Sermon 011 the Occasion, and afterwards to dine with him at the LION INN. The Accounts and Proceedings of the Infirmary will fee then ready to be delivered to the Contributors September 4, IS] 1. JOHN JONES, Secretary. ELISABETH HULME, SAUSAGE MAKER ONLY, MIDDLE OF HIGH STREET, • pRESEN rs her annual Thanks to the Nobility, Gentv and the Public at large, of this and other adjoining Counties, for ( heir past Support, and hum lily hopes for a Continuance of the same. She likewise begs to inform them she has begun to make her PRIME PORK S4U- 11 il ."' « superior Quality of them being well known, and held 111 high Esteem throughout this Kingdom.— E H likewise has to add, she makes them fresli " every Day so ( hat Families may have ( hem carefully packed, and sent by Coach or Newsmen to any Part— None are of lier make that are not inclosed in a stamped Paper, with the Plume ot leathers, and this Inscription, " E. Hulme's Pork Sausages."— Shrewsbury, September 7,1811. PORK SAUSAGES. MARY DERRETT, PASTRY COOK AND CONFECTIONER, Princess- Street, Shrewsbury, MOST respectfully informs her Friends and the Public ..„„ '''" t she has commenced making her PRIME PORK . ' which she will have constantly 011 Sale — She likewise returns her most grateful Thanks for the great. Encouragement she has experienced in the Pastry and 1 ouitry Business, and hopes, by her Assiduity and Punctu- ality, lo merit a Continuance of the Same. u .'.?' it-,^ INNERS d, essed at ' he shortest Notice.— Her best I uti Paste as low as ONE SHILLING per Pound Sept. 10,1811. CORN MARKET, SEPTEMBER 7. ANN COOK RETURNS her grateful and sincere Thanks to a gener- ous Public, for the liberal Support she has experienced in Business since the Death of her late Husband, and bco- s Leave to inform them, she has constantly ou SALE an Assortment of superfine TEAS, COFfEF COCOJ CHOCOLATE, and SNUFFS; also SILVER, PLATED CHINA, GLASS, JAPAN, and PERFUMERY AR- TICLES, in general, on the lowest Terms; and she hope s, by au unremitted Attention to the Commands of her Friends to merit a Continuance of their Favours. A. C. takes this Opportunity of informing the Public, that she lias a good Collection of TABLE, POCKET, and PENKNIVES, and fine and common SCISSARS, which she intends selling at reduced Prices, as she means lo dec- hue that branch of Business. MRS GIRARDET, STAY AND CORSET MAKER, Of No. 15, Great Castle Street, Cavendish Square, London, XN FORMS those Ladies who will honour her with ( heir Orders, that she is for a short Time, at Miss BATM'S Dogpole Court, opposite the Lion Inn, Shrewsbury. SHROPSHIRE CANAL. THE NEXT GENERAL* ASSEMBLY of the Com- pany of Proprietors of the said Canal, will be held at the HOTEL, in Madeley Wood, in the County of Salop,, 011 FRIDAY, the FOURTH Day of OCTOBER next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, when aud where the Pro- prietors of Ihe said Canal are requested lo attend, either personally or by Proxy. DAVID DAVIES, Madeley, Sept 9, 1811. Clerk to the Company. MERINO RAMS. TO BF. SOLD, rrWO PURE RAM LAMBS, the one a PAUI. OR, the * other a NEGRETTE, both bred from his Majesty's Flock Also a YEARLING PURE NEGRETTE RAM to he Let to serve one Hundted Ewes :— He was bred by the King. — Enquire of Mr. JOHN LLOYD, Ron ton. TO BE LET~ ~ AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, AN excellenlWATER COR N MI LL, siluated WESTON, in tbe Parish ofSairit Martin, in the County of Salop, which works two Pair of French Slones, and has a regular Supply of Water. There is a very good House attached, with Stables, and every other Convenience; two good Gardens, and eight or Pasture Land.— with a Quantity of on tbe Premises. For further Particulars apply to Mr. TUDOR, of Pcntre- clawdd; M- L1- " " v, ed atWERN - - - J ...... ................ , , ,1 >, Ac res of excellent Arable, Meadow, The Tenant may be accommodated Hay, 011 tbe Premises. For further Particulars apply to Mr clawdd; Mr. HUGHES, Vline Seller, Oswestry; or Mis. DUCKETT, Wem Weslon afmesaid, who will shew the Premises ; ( if by Letter, Post- paid.) ONLY 13,500 TICKETS, And all to be Drawn 22d of OCTOBER. SCHEME. 3 Prizes of £ 15,000 ... are £ 45,( ion 3 5,000 15,000 3 2,000 6,000 6 1,000 ( i, ooo 12 500 6,000 18 » ...> 100 1,800 24 50 1,200 60 25 1,500 2,025 - 20 52,000 TICKETS and SHARES are Selling CONSIDERABLY CHEAPER than for many Years, At every Lottery Agent's in this County. PRESENT PRICE. Ticket £ 19 o Half £ 10 Quarter 5 0 - 19 Eighth Sixteenth £ 2 13 1 7 Those who find any difficulty iu being supplied by the Agents, may send their Orders, ( Post or Carriage Paid), accompanied with good Bills, or Post Office Oie'. e. s, loany Lottery Office in London. JAMES WEBSTER, WORKING CUTLER, WARHOL HEAD, CORNER OF DOG- LANS, RESPECTFULLY returns Thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the liberal Support aud Encourage- ment he has for so many Years experienced in the Cutlery and Hardware Business, and begs to inform Ihem he has ou Hand a large and general Assortment of Table, Dessert, Pocket, and Penknives, Razors Razor Strops, Scissors, Shears, Spurs, Snuffers, with every other Article in the above Trade, which he is selling on Terms equally as low as anv other House. N. B Every Article in the Cutlery Business ground and repaired in the best Manner.— Knives and Forks hired out j£ f=> Silver Plate mended. ROYAL BOTANICAL LOTTERY, Established by Act of Parliament,( according to the Words ofthe Act) for the Promotion and Encouragement ol THE FINE ARTS AND SCIENCE. Capital SCHEME. Value of the Prizes. Prizes. l T INN/ EAN GALLERY of BOTANICAL JLl PICTURES, by the most distinguished Painters, with a Copy of all the Works, as expressed below, superbly bound, valued together at - - - - - - 5QQ Grand National Works, THORNTON'S TEMPLE of FLORA, and PHILOSOPHY of BOTANY, 5 Folio Volumes, containing many hundred Plates by eminent Artists, coloured, each Prize valued at £ 60 - 200 Sets of BOTANICAL COLOURED PLATES of Ihe choicest Flowers of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, designed for a Port Folio, or Framing, each Prize valued at £ 30 6,000 600 Copies of THE TEMPLE of FLORA, in 4to Size, each Prize valued at £ 15 2,000 FLORAS of tbe UNITED KINGDOM, being a Description of every Biitish Plant, nnd their Virtues, in 5 Vols. 400! Plates, ar- ranged in a New System, by R. J. THORN- TON, M D. valued at £ 5 each Copy 7,000 ELEMENTS of BOTANY, with200 Plates, each Prize valued at £ 3 - - £ 5,080 15,920 9,000 10,000 21,000 Total Value £ 67,000 10,000 Prizes! The Public are respectfully informed, that there are iu this Royal Botanical Lottery 20,000 Tickets, and 10,000 capital Prizes, only one Blank to a Prize, and that this Lottery will be drawn early in the Season with the State Lottery. To enhance the Value of the Prizes, by the Act the Plates of these most valuable National Works are to be destroyed. The Price of a Ticket NOW is only Two GUINEAS, which may be had of W. EDDOWES, Shrewsbury, Agent to Rich- ardson, Goodluck, and Co. London. Schemes may be had gratis as above. ^ aieg by auction. BY SAMUEL TUDOR, At tbe Lion Iun, Shrewsbury, on Friday, the 13th Day of j Septemh » , 1811, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, j subject to such Conditions as will be then produced, in the following Lots : LOT I. ALL that Messuage or DWELLING HOUSE, with 1 the extensive WORKSHOP and YARD thereunto j belonging, pleasantly situated in Saint John's Row, in the | Town of Shrewsbury, notv in the Occupation of Mies Mary Smith. LOT II. All that large and substantial STABLE, with Dung Yard thereto belonging, situale on Swan Hill, in Shrewsbury, late in the Occupation of Mrs. Stanier, deceased. The Premises may be viewed by applying lo THE AUC- TIONEER, or Mr. ASTERLEY, Solicitor, Shrewsbury, at whose Office a Plan of tbe same may be seen. To GROCEltS, or GROCERS & DRUGGISTS, WANTS a Situation in the above Business a Person 18 Years of Age, who has been employed in a Retail Shop.— Please to direct to R. M. Post- Office, Shrewsbury. Sept. 10, 1811. l& alcsi by auction, FREEHOLD MANOR AND ESTATE, SHROPSHIRE. BY JONATHAN PERRY, On Saturday, the 14th Day of September, 1811, at the Lion Inn, Shrewsbury, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, ' IN ONE LOT: rTWE MANOR, or reputed Manor or Lordship, of JL HOPE, in the Parish of Worlhcn, extending over about One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Waste Laud, and near Seven Hundred Acres of inclosed Lands, well stocked with GAME.— Also TWO FARMS, with convenient Build- ings, called LADY HOUSE and KNOTTSMORE, iu Ihe Occupations of Mr. Arthur Dicken, and John Lee, con- taining by Admeasurement Three Hundred and Eight Acres, One Rood, und Seventeen Perches, be the same more or less. The Lauds are capable of great Improvement are situate within 3 Miles of Lime and Coal, and contiguous to the Gravel and Wood Lead Mines. For a View of the Premises apply to tlie Tenants: and printed Particulars may be had 21 days prior to ( lie Sale, by applying to THE AUCTIONEER ; Mr. Sneade, ofWinsley; Messrs. Tenant aud Harrison, Grav's Inn, Loudon ; at the Auction Mart, there; aud of Messrs. WEBB, WEBB, and ATTWOOO, Salisbury BY JONATHAN PERRY, At the MARKET- PLACE, Shrewsbury, on SATURDAY N EXT, the 14 th Sept. instant, precisely at one o'Cloek : r| WO promising FILLIES, rising 4 years old, by GLAU- X cus; both have been broke, and are perfectly steady. — The Property of a Gentleman who may be referred lo. ELIGIBLE FARM, Only three Miles from Shrewsbury. BY JONATHAN PERRY, At tlie Talbot Inn, Shrewsbury, on Saturday, the 28tli of September, 1811, at five o'Clock 111 the Afternoon, IN ONE LOT: rjIHE most valuable, improvable, and exceedingly de- 1 siralile FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS, called LITTLE WOOLASCOT, situate the above short distance, from Shrewsbury, nearly adjoining Berwick Demesne, iu a present state of good Cultivation ( though highly improv- able) ; containing a Farm House and Buildings, with EIGHTY- TWO ACRES and upward", of rich Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, possessing a Building Site commanding a most pleasing aud extensive View of the near and distant Country, in which tlie Town of Shrews- bury, the YVrekin, Bryddin, mid Stretton Hills ; and tbe finely wooded adjacent Country are prominent features; the Neighbourhood genteel anil sociable, and forming a most enviable Property for a Person wishing a comfortable ret reat and the amusement of a small Farm, in the Vicinity of a fine Shooting and Hunting Country. A Map is with the Auctioneer, who will direct a Person to shew tbe Farm; and for Particulars apply at the Auction Mart, London; or Messrs. MADDOCK and JACKSON, Attomies, Shrewsbury. by tucttcit, ELIGIELE FREEHOLD^ HOUSES AND STABLES IN SHREWSBURY. THIS DAY, BY WILLIAM SMITH, Oil Wednesday, tbe nth Day of September, 1811, at the Fox Inn, in the Town of Shrewsbury, between the Hours of three and six o'Clock in the Afternoon, in Lots, and subject to such Conditions as will be theu produced : ALL that DWELLING HOtjSE and SHOP adjoining the Fox Inn, with tbe Yard, Garden, ami Appur- tenances thereunto belonging, situated in the Market- Square, extending from thence towards College- Hill, and now in the Occupation of Mrs, Newling, Saddler. Also, al! those TWO STABLES, with Manure Places to each, Situated on COLLEGE HILI,, adjoining the above, and now 111 the Occupations of Richard Evans and William Mansell. And also all those SIX several DWELLING HOUSES', with Ihe Out- offices, Yards, and Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging, situated in St. A LKMON D'S- SQU ARE and DOGPOLE, in Shrewsbury aforesaid, and now in the several Occupations of John Skrymsher, Samuel Driver, George Beaumont, Ann Wright, C Mcrcerot, Thomas Bay- ley, aud Thomas Cheshire. \ Ct Land- Tax redeemed. The respective Tenauts will shew the Premises ; and for further Particulars apply lo the Rev. JAMES MATTHEWS, Dogpole; EDWARD WELLINCS, Esq. Ludlow; or to THE AUCTIONEER, in Shrewsbury. BISHOP'S CASTLE. At the Harp I1111, in Bisliem's Castle, in the County of Salop, on Friday, the 4tli Day of October, 1811, the Sale to begin precisely at four of the Clock iu the Afternoon ; rjtHE undermentioned MESSUAGES and LANDS, all VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE. BY GLOVER AND SON, At the Bull and Dog Inn, Ellesmere, some Time in the Mouth of October next: ALL the valuable F'arm called THE BANK, situate iu the Township of Dudleston, in the Parish of Ellesmere, in tlie County of Salop ; containing 73 Acres or thereabouts, now in the holding of Mrs. Martha Crow- der, as Tenant at Will. Particulars in a future Paper. MONTGOMERY. At the Dragon Inn, in the Town of Montgomery, the latter End of October, 1811, unless disposed of before by private Contract, of which Notice will be given in a future Paper; AFREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the Parish of Llandyssil, called THE PENTRE, consisting of 11 very good Dwelliug Flonse, and Plenty of Outbuildings, late the Residence ofthe Rev. Devereux Mytton, and about one hundred Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, nearly the Whole of which can be irrigated at Pleasure, and Possession of which may be had at Lady- Day next; distant about one Mile from the Town of Montgomery, three from the Montgomeryshire Canal, seven from New- town, Welshpool, and Bishop's Castle. To shew the Premises, and for further Particulars, apply to Mr. THOMAS SMITH, Cefullan, near Montgomery. September 9, 1811. SOUTH DOWN BREEDING SHEEP, AND FA T SCOTTS, THE PROPERTY OF LORD VISCOUNT ANSON. BY MR. HEN SHAW, At Shugborough Farm, near Stafford, on Tuesday, the 24th of September, 1811; ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY EWES and T11 EAVES, in Lots of ten each. The above Sheep aie descended from the choicest Flocks, and well worth the Notice ofllie Public, as every Attention has been paid to tbe Improve- ment both of Wool and Carcase — Also, TO LET for Hire, several South Down Rams— Also, Twenty- five prime SCOTTS, in Lots of one each. The Sale to begin precisely at 11 o'Clock. TO WINE MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. VERY DESIRABLE SITUATION. BY R. POOLE, On the Premises, on Thursday, the 26th Day of September, 1811, between Ihe Hours of four and six o'Clock in Ihe Afternoon, subject to Conditions to be then and there produced, unless disposed of in the mean Time by private Contract: ALL those very substantial FREEHOLD PREMISES, desirably and pleasantly situate near the Market Place, in the flourishing Town of WELLINGTON, iu llie County of Salop ( near to which are extensive Coal, Iron, and Lime WorKs), now in tbe Holding of Mr. Thomas Troke, Wine and Liquor Merchant ( tbe Proprietor), who is declining Business, on Account of ill Health. The Premises are 30 Feet iu Front, and contain tbe following Apartments; a large Shop 15 Feet square, a small Ditto 12 Feet 6 lucbes by 10 Feet6 Inches, Parlour 14 Feet by lo Feet 6 Inches, Kitchen 21 Feet by 13 Feet, willi a large Pantry attached thereto, und capital Cellaring under the Whole; Dining Room 15 Feet square, and three Lodging Rooms ou tbe first Floor; and four Lodging Rooms and Closet 011 the Altic Story; also, a good detached Brew- house, Warehouse, and Bakehouse with two Ovens, aud Rooms over the same; a Pigsty, a Privy, and a Pump of excellent Water ; a large flagged Yard, and Garden adjoin- ing, extending from the House, 200 Feet by 40 Feet wide, with other Convenieucies. The Whole of the Buildings are in complete Repair, having undergone a thorough Alteration to fit them up with every necessary Conveni- ence for carrying on the Wine and Spirit Trade, either wholesale or retail, anil is now in full Business iu the above Line. For a View of the Premises, and further Particulars, apply to THE PROPRIETOR on the Premises, or to THE AUCTIONEER, Wellington. N. B. Part of the Purchase Money may remain on Se curily upon the Premises, if required; and the Purchaser may have the Stock aud Fixtures at a fair Valuation. BY R. JMJOLL7 On Monday next, the 16U1 Day of September, 1811, ALL the neat and valuable HOUSEHOLD GOODS, the Property of Miss HOPSON, of RODINGTON, near High Ercall, in the County of Salop, who is quitting her Residence: consisting of a capital fine- toned PIANO FORTE, with eight additional Keys and Pedal; Four- post, Tent, and other Bedsteads, super Feather Beds and Bolsters, Irish aud Homemade Sheets, Damask and Diaper Table Cloths, and other Linen, 20 Ells of Home- made Sheeting, Whitney Blankets, Counterpanes, and Cotton Quills, Flock Mattresses, neat Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Mahogany Pembroke, Tea and Card Tables, Dressing Tables, and Swing Glasses, neat Chamber aud Kitchen Chairs, several valuable Prints framed and glazed, Scotch and Venetian Floor and Bedside Carpets, handsome Tea Urn, Mahogany aud Japan Tea Trays, and several Lots of Foreign and other China, Ale, Wine, aud other Glasses, Decanter Bottles aud Slides, two double dozen of Silver Haudle Knives and Forks, and Knife Case, with all the Kitchen Requisites, Brewing Vessels, Barrels, and other valuable Articles, which will he sold without Reserve. Tbe Sale to commence at 10 o'Clock in the Morning. situate in the Borough of BISHOP's CASTLE, and County ofSalop, in the following, or such other Lots, aud subject to Such Conditions as shall be then and ( here pro- duced, unless previously disposed of by private Contract, of which proper Notice will be given. LOT I. The aforesaid established and wcll- accustomed INN, called THE HARP, comprising two Parlours and a Dining Room, with suitable Chambers, and proper attach- ed andiletaclied Offices of every Description, in good Re- pair, a Barn, four Stables, roomy Fold, Garden, and Close of rich Pasture Land adjoining, well fenced with Hawthorn Hedges, wherein are three valuable Ash Trees, the Whole containing lA. 16P. LOT II. Two neat and convenient DWEI. L1NO HOUSES, with a Garden to each, four- stalled Stable, Grainery, two Pig- sties, a large Hovel, and a Fold, the Whole adjoining Lot 1, and containing 36P. LOT III. Far Close— Meadow— 1 A. lR. 25P LOT IV. Far Close— Meadow and Garden— lA SR. 18P. LOT V. Well Meadow— irrigated— 3A. 36P. LOT VI. Cow Pasture— 3A 29P. LOT VII. PartofDitto— 3R 9P. LOT VIII. Brockton Lane Meadow— 2A. SR. 30P. LOT IX. Little Clover Piece— Pasture— 1 A. SR. 24P. LOTX, Far Brockton Lane Piece— Turnips— 2A. 1R. 36P. LOTXI. Slang— Wheal— lA AR. 38P. LOT XII. Bluck's Piece— Oats— 3A. 8P. For further Particulars apply to Mr TENCH, Bromfield, near Ludlow, or Messrs. TOLDF. RVY and JONES, Eisliop's CaBtle, from whom Plans, & c. may be had. VALUABLE HORSES. AT SMITH'S REPOSITORY, On the Wednesday Morning of Shrewsbury Races, Sale to begin positively at 10 o'Ciock, THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE HORSES: CAPITAL bright BAY GELDING, 15 Hands 3 Inches high, perfectly sound, 6 years old, with a deal of Bone, a good Figure, and has been used in Harness.— Excelleut Coaclier. That valuable BLACK WAGGON STALLION, SAM P- SON, 8 years old, 16 Hands 3 Inches high, well- bred, per- fectly sound, and his Stock is not inferior to any Horses in the Kingdom. Beautiful BLACK MARE, 13 Hands high, great Action, 8 years old— Excellent Hunter. Remarkable fine dark BROWN HORSE, 4 veais old, 15| Hands high, by VERMIN, Dam by Minister," Grandam by Moss's Snap, perfectly sound, with Bone united lo Figure, not cut. Valuable BAY MARE, 6 years old, 15 Hands high, by GENERAL, with a COLT by SAXG COBOURG, and stinted to a capital Yen ksliire Horse. Promising BAY MARE, 4 years old, 14| Hands high, perfectly sound, by TRUE BLUE, Dam by Promoter, beauti- ful Figure, and great Action. Capital BROWN MARE, 6years old, 15 Hands high, by SULTAN, perfectly sound, with great Bone, fine Figure, and promising for a good Hunter. Capital BLACK GELDING, 5 years old, 16Hands high, by SULTAN, perfectly sound, and possessing all those Qua- lities which form a complete Horse. Promising for a capital Hunter, ( not as yet out of the Hands ofthe Breeder), and sold for no Fault. Beautiful BAY GELDING, 4 years old, 15J Hands high, perfectly sound, by SULTAN, and in every respect answers the Description ofthe last mentioned Horse. ALSO, several good HACKS and HARNESS HORSES. P- SALE ON WEDNESDAY ONLY. THE AUCTIONEER in Confidence assures llie Public, that their Attention was lievew called to Horses more deserv. ing of Notice than the abovementioned An early Attend- ance is solicited, as the Sale will positively commence at 10 o'Clock. All Horses are requested to be at the Auctioncr's Stables, Saint Alkmond's- Square, by 8 o'Clock in the Morning. Gentlemen having Horses to sell may have theia disposed of by Application to llie Auctioneer. by aucttoir, ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD HOUSES, MALTHOU. SE, STABLES, & other Building*, With excellent GARDENS, situale in WEM ; And about 60 Acres of rich Meadow, &> Pasture Land, Situate close up to the Towns of WEM, MARKET DRAYTON, and the Village ot LONGFORD, near Hodnet, in the County ofSalop, Late the Property of William Grinsell, Esq. deceased. BY J. BROOME, III the follow ing or such other Lots, as shall be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, at the White Horse Inn, 111 Wem, in the Couuty of Salop, on Thursday, the 12th Day of September, 1811, between the Hours of four and six in the Afternoon : LOT 1. rilHREE DWELLING HOUSES, with a large Garden 1. at tbe Back, situate in Noble- Street, in the Holding of William Powell, John Bellihgham, and Joseph Evans; tbe Tenants are under notice to quit at Michaelmas next. LOT II. A DWELLING HOUSE, with a Garden on the Back, situate in Cripple- Street, in Ihe Holding of Mr. Dawes, who has a Term in it for two Years from Lady Day next, for tbe Rent of £ 12 per Annum. The House consists of a good Cellar, large Kitchen, aud Parlour 011 the Ground Floor, two Bed Rooms 011 the next, and two over them. Also a Dwelling House, situate i; i Noble- Street, with a large substantial Maltkiln and Garden at the Back of Ihe House. The House consists of two good Cellars, large Kitchen, Parlour, Back Kitchen, Brewhouse, large Pantry, on the first Floor, three Lodging Rooms on tlic next, and four 011 the upper Floor, the whole of which is now in the Holding of Mr. Jenks. A Driftway, and Room over Ditto, a Stable, Bay, and Barn Floor, in the Holding of the said Mr. Jenks. LOT III. A neat DWELLING HOUSE, late the Resi- dence of William Grinsell, Esq, which has lately undergc -. e thorough Repair, consisting of excellent Cellaring, Brew- ^ aies by auction, BY J. BROOME, On Thursday, the 19th Day of September, 1811, at tlie Red Lion Inn, iu Church Stretton, in the County of Salop, between the Hours of four and Six ill the After- noon, either together or ill such Lots as shall be agreed upon at the Time of Sale, ( unless disposed of in the mean Time by private contract, of which Notice will be given): ALL that MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with liece*: sary Outbuildings, ar. d ( ibobt 21 Acres of Arable, Meadow, aud Pasture Land, situated at All Stretton, in the County- Of Salop, now 111 lie holding of Mr. Edward Dolphin, who is under Notice to quit at Lady Day next. Mr. Dolphin will shew tbe Premises, and for further Particulars apply to Ihe Auctioneer, ut Church Stretton. N. B. The premises have a Right of Common 011 tbe extensive Hills within the Manor. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. At the Punch Bowl Inn, in Llandrinio, in the County of Montgomery, on Thursday, the 12th of September, 1811, between the Hours of three and five o'Clock in the After- noon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then pro- duced : AGOOD substantial and well- built DWELLING HOUSE, Stable and Out- buildings, and about seven Acres and a Half of LAND, adjoining thereto, of very excellent Quality, and capable of great Improvement; situale in tlie Township of Llandisilio, in the County of Montgomery, in the Occupation of Mr. Edw. Bedwaid. The Premises are distant from pool and Oswestry seven Miles each, and 15 Miles fromShrewsbury; and adjoining the Turnpike Road, leading from Llanymyuech to Llaudciuio,. and are within a Quarter ofa Mile ofthe Montgomeryshire Canal. 0 J The Tenant will shew the Premises ; and fuither Par- ticulars may be known, by applying to Mr. PANTING, Attorney, iu Shrewsbury. house, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, Flail, Breakfast Parlou Dining Room 22 Feet by 15^, lirf Feet high, with Drawing Room ovt r of the same Dimension, with seven Lodging Rooms, and two Atticks, two Gardens, the one walled nearly round a < d planted with Wall Fruit Trees. Also a Piece of new Building with a Stable and a Bay adjoining.— The. House at a small Expense may be con- verted into two Dwelling Houses. LOT IV. TWO DWELLING HOUSE5, situate in tl Bankbouse- Lane, with Gardens adjoining, as now slaked out. LOT V. A PIECE of GARDEN GROUND, as uow staked out. LOT VI. Ditto Ditto, as now staked out. LOT VII. Ditto Ditto, Ditto Ditto. Lot VIII. Ditto Ditto, Ditto Ditto. LOT IX. A PIECE of OLD GRASS LAND, on the Ellcsmere Road, close to the Town of Wem. LOTX. A PIFXEof LAND, adjoining the above Lot, now in young Clover. LOTXI. A PIECE of LAND near the Town of Wem, 011 the Road to Lowe Hill, now in young Clover. LOT XII. The 6th Part of an undivided Property of SEVEN ACRES, consisting of Upland and Meadow, situate near the Town of Market Drayton. LOT XIII. A CAPITAL PIECE of OLD GRASS LAND, called or known by the Name of Smectbman, situate uear the Village of Longford, in the Parish of Hodnet. LOT XIV. 26 Acres of rich MEADOW, ARABLE, and PASTl'RE LAND, lying together, with a DWELLING HOUSE, and suitable Buildings, situate at Eelstastou, in the Parish of Wem, in the County ofSalop. For Particulars apply to Mr. UM. FLEETWOOD, ofWem, who will appoint a Person to shew the Premises at Wem and Edstaston ; and to Mr GRINSELL, of Market Drayton, to shew the Premises in that Neighbourhood. ALSO, precisely at 11 o'Clock the same Morning of Thursday, the 12th Day of September, 1811, one capital CHESNUT MARE, a prime Roadster, one Ponev ( 1 remarkable fast Trotter), e GIG and HARNESS, three'Sets of good Gearing, several Saddles and Bridles, one Pillion and Cloth, a light Cart with Gearing compleal, one Turn bril Body and Draughts, new, one Dozen of Hurdles, six new Sash Frames, five new Doors, a Quantity of dry Oak Boards, one large Mahogany Plank, four Deal Ditto, six Deal Balks, with a large Quantity of Building Timber, Part of which is now Framed, two Load of Lime, a Quantity of Sand, Building Stones, Brick, Tiles and Slates, which will be sold in small lots ; and four lots of Manure. And on FRIDAY, the 13th Day of September, 1811, all the neat and valuable HOUSEHOLD GOOF'S and FUR- NITURE, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, with about 30 excellent Casks, Ironbound, nearly new and in excellent Condition,— The Sale lo begin at 10 o'Clock in the Morn- ing, as the Whole w ill be sold in one Day.— Catalogues of which will be prepared and delivered immediately. SIXTY- ONE HEAD OF PURE NORTH DEVON CATTLE. BY , T.~ HROOME, Oil the Premises, at BENTHALL, near Shrewsbury, in the County of Salop, 011 Monday, the 30U1 Day of September, 1811: BEING the ENTIRE STOCK of CATTLE, belonging to Mr. JELLICOE ( who is retiring from the Farming Business), and which are uow depasturing on Bentliall Farm. THE AUCTIONEER begs Leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that iu collecting aud breeding the above Stock neither Pains nor Expence has been spared— it has been the studious Work of many Years' Experience to select and breed tliem; and he trusts upon Inspection they will be fouud superior lo any Thing ever offered to public Sale— He is 1 ikewise desired by the Proprietor to assure Ibe Public that the Whole will be sold without Reserve. Catalogues are prepared, and may be had at the pi mcipal Inns in tins and Hie adjoining Comities,— The Sale to begirt precisely ct eleven o'Clock in the Morning. a 37 1 18 0 33 15 1 rp MONTGOMERYSHIRE ESTATE. On Monday, the 30th Day of September, 1811, at the Oak Inn, Welshpool, at three o'Clock in the Afternoon, ( not on the 23d, as before advertised), subject to Conditions ; HE following valuable and very desirable FREEHOLD LANDS, close adjoining to llie Town of WELSH- POOL, situale in the Parishes of POOL and GU1LS- FIELD, in the County of Montgomery, in Lots as under, the Land- Tax of which has been redeemed. In the Parish of Guilsfield. Lot. ' Tenants. Quantity. I. A Piece of Land, called A. r. i>. DolyClylins Parry 4 2 24 II, Ditto, adjoining the first Canal Bridge Thomas Bedward 2 III. Ditlo, adjoining Lot 2 Ditto 2 IV. Ditto, Part of Maes yu Garreg Thomas Rogers 5 V. Ditto, Part of Ditto... Ditto 5 VI. Ditto, adjoiniug the last Lot Ditto 3 2 9 In Ihe Parish of IVelshpool. VII. Ditto, called Maesyn Garreg VIII. Ditto, called Ditto IX. Ditto, called The Field X. Diito, called The Hovel Mr. CHILDE's ANNUAL SALE a 8 a 18 0 37 2 is MONTGOMERYSHIRE. At the New Inn, in the Town of Llanidloes, in the- said County, on Saturday, the 5th Day of October, 1811, between Ihe Hours of three and six in Ibe Afternoon, subject to such Conditions as shall be then produced aud agreed upon; AWATER CORN MILL, situate upon the River Severn, in the Town of LLANIDLOES aforesaid, in the said County of Montgomery, with a Space of Ground adjoining sufficiently large and convenient for the Erec- tion of au extensive Building for a MA NUFACTORY, or any other Purpose that requires a powerful Stream of Water; with a DWELLING HOUSE, and also a Field, called the Kiln Field. The Mill and Dwelling House are in tbe Oc- cupation of Mrs. Lloyd, the Field of Richard Mills, or their Undertenants. This Property is well worth the Attention of Millers and Manufacturers, being " desirably calculated for carrying 011 extensive Works. Richard James, of tlie Chapel, near Llanidloes, will shew the Premises; and for Particulars apply a ' Mr. JOHN THOMAS, Solicitor, in the Town ( the Countv aforesaid. Samuel Morgan 1 3 26 Matthew Jones 0 2 0 Thomas Rogers 1 0 36 Thomas Bedivard 1 1 6 Thomas Jones 1 2 15 Thomas Howell ^ • • •' 1 2 24 Thomas Rogers J 0 2 Diito 0 3 24 Ditto 0 3 35 William Griffiths } Thomas Rogers y 0 1 26 John Morris Thomas Rogers Matthew Jones Ditto John Williams Thomas Rogers Thomas Rogers Ditlo Ditto at the Office of of Llaiifyllin, in 1 1 0 2 24 XI. Ditto, called Maes yn Garreg XII. Ditto, called Ditto XIII. Barn & Pieee of Land, nearly adjoining tbe Town of Pool XIV. Orchard adjoining Lot 13 XV. Piece of Land adjoin ing the last Lot XVI. Three Gardens, near the Church, in Pool XVII. Piece of Land near the Turnpike Ronil from Pool to Gnilsfielel XVIII. Ditto, adjoining tbe Town of Pool XIX. Ditto, adjoining last Lot, adjoining the Canal XX. Ditto, called Henfas XXI. Ditto, called Ditlo XXII. Ditto, called Upper Henfas, a ed a Croft adjoining XXIII. Ditto, Part of| Henfas XXIV. Ditto, adjoining tbe River Severn XXV. Ditto, called Yestyn Driniog "... Thomas Bedward XXVI Ditto, called Ditto Thomas Pugh XXVII. Ditlo, called Yestyn Driniog XXVIII Ditto, railed The Florse Shoe XXIX. Two Pieces of Land, aeljoining tlie River Severn leading from Pool to Leighton Thomas Bedward 9 1 31 The Timber on Ihe above Lots to be taken at the Valu- ation to be produced at the Sale. Lots 2, 3, 13,15, and 18, are eligible Situations for Build- ing upon; Part of Lot 29, adjoining Lot 27, is Tythe- free. — ibe Fence between Lots 4 and 5 to be made by the Put chaser of Lot 4 ; and the Fence between Lots 23 and 24 to be made by the Purchaser of Lot 24. RICHARD JONES, Shoemaker, of Welshpool, will shew the Premises ; and Possession of the Whole may be had at Lady Day next.— Further Particulars may be bad by ap- plying to Mr. ARTHUR DAVFES, at the Hayes, near Oswestiy; or to Messrs PEMBERTON and COUPLAND, of Shrewsbury. BUILDING GROUND AND PREMISES, IN THE IMPROVING TOWN OE ABERYSTWYTH, AND IN AN1) NEAR THE VILLAGE OF LLANBADARN- FAVVR. At the Talbot Inn, in the Town of Aberystwyth, 011 Moni day, the ltjth Day of September next, between the Hours of three and six in the afternoon, subject to such Con- ditions of Sale as will be theu and there produced : SEVERAL OLD BUILDINGS, situale at tbe lower End of Little Dark- Gate Street, ill the said Town, in the Occupation of John Rees, sen. aud John Rees, jun. extend- ing in Front of the said Street 184 Feet, together with a spacious PIECE of GROUND contiguous to the same back wards. Also, another PIECE of GROUND, now occupied by Eliz. Davies, Widow, as a Garden, and adjoining the aforesaid Premises, extending in Front 115 Feet. The above are very eligible Situations for the Erection of Lodging Houses, the Premises being within one Minute's Walk ofthe Bathing Shore, and commanding a View of the Sea and surrounding Country.— The whole will be divided into Parcels, for the Convenience DEVON CATTLE, NEW LEICESTER SHEEP, And Suffolk- Punch Horse Stock. BY J. BROOME, At tbe FarmYard, K1NLET, near Bewdley, at ten o'Clock, on Friday, the 27 th of September, 1811 ; UPWARDS of forty Head of CATTLE of the pure North- Devon Breed, much superior to any tlie Pro- prietor has ever had it in bis Power to offer to the Public: consisting of more than twenty in- calf Cows and Heifers, stinted to a most valuable Bull, and between twenty and thirty Bullocks, well adapted to work, or to feed rapidly; near one Hundred choice EWES and THEAVES, tbat are descended from the best Rams in the County of Leicester, anil near fourscore WETHERS, fit for llie Butcher, or to put to Turnips; also, six capital MARES, besides other Stock of the best Suffolk Breed. One Half of the Mares are stinted to Mr. Childe's Punch- Stallion Gallant, which is esteemed the best Horse that has, for many Years, been procured out of the County of Suffolk. Four of the Mares arc young, and Ihe Whole are perfectly sound, and as good Workers as any in Ihe Kingdom. The Cattle and Sheep will, as usual, be sold without the least Reserve; and so will the Suffolk- Punch Horse Stock, provided it appears the Public are sensible of tin: superior Merit of that Breed for all Agricultural Purposes, and are- disposed to offer sticli Sums, by Way of Trial of them, as thev would readily sell for in the County where tliev are with so much Advantage bred and made use of.— Every Person who may purchase a Mare at Kinlet will be at liberty to have her covered free of Expence next Season. BY JOSEPH RHODEN, At the White Hart Inn, in Much Wenlock, in the County ofSalop, on Monday, the 7U1 Day of October, 1811, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Con ditions as shall be then aud ibere produced, and in tbe following or such other Lots as may be agreed upon at the Time of Sale : rriH E following FR EF. HOLD ESTATES, situate, lying, J. and being 10 Ibe several Parishes of MUNSLOVV and STANTON LONG, iu the said County of Salop, viz. In the Township nf BROADSTONF., in the said Parish of Munslow, in the Occupation of Jain Bishop : L. OT 1. A Messuage or Tenement, and two A. R. r, Gardens, containing by Estimation 0 1 7 In the Occupation of William Speak. 2. A Messuage or Tenement, and Garden 0 ] 8 In the Occupation af Edward Cleeton. 3. APiece of Land, called The Harp.., 0 2 0 4. Au Allotment of Land in Brook Field 5 Ditto in Nea Croft Meadow 1 A Piece of Land called The Nestlands 3 In the Township of THOSC. I. INDS. in the same Parish, in the Occupation i f Edward Cleeton. LOT 5. A Piece of Land, called Speak's Piece 1 1 9 6. A Quillet ofLand, in LowerThonglands Field 0 2 16 • 7. A Quillet of Ditto in Ditto o 2 y 8. A Quillet of Land in the Harp Field 0 111 9. A Ditto in Ditto 0 0 24 10 A Piece of Land, called The Burnt House Yard 023 11. A Messuage orTeneraent, Garden, & e. and a Yard, called Sankey's Yard 1 0 17 12 A Piece or Parcel of Land, called Nover's Bank Meadow 110 13. A Quillet of Land in Upper Thong- lands Field. 0 2 36 14. A Ditto in ditto 0 0 36 15. ' A Piece of Land, called The Corners Ground 8 1 8 A Ditto, called Ditto 2 2 37 11 0 5 16. A Barn and Piece of Laud called Ditto Sell In the Holding of Thomas Wall. 17. Part of a House aud Garden. 18. A Garden 0 0 38 In the Holding of Thomai Beamon. l • 19. A Close of Land l 027 In the Holding of William Easthope. 20. lu a Piece or Parcel of Land, called Row Ground 0 10 In the Holding of Samuel Pou cll. 21. A Garden 0 3 5 A Close 1 a 11 2 1 16 In the Parish of STANTON LONG. in tin; Holding of William Watkiss. A Messuage or Tenement, Garden, LOT 22 antl Yard Q 23. A Slang of Land 1 • 24. A Close of Land 0 3 30 Ditto 1 0 30 2 The respeclive Tenants will shew the Premises; further Particulars may be had 011 Application to Messrs. COLLINS and HINTON, Solicitors, iu Much Wenlock, at whose Office a Map thereof may be seen. 0 20 and 0 25 2 34 0 5 3 25 2 O Ditlo Ditto 10 3 14 5 0 4 4 3 33 6 2 10 9 3 11 of Bidders, and the same will comprize Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.— A Ground Plot thereof maybe seen on Application at the Office of Mr. HUGH HUGHES, in Abeiystwyth aforesaid. LOTVIII. A DWELLING HOUSE, iu the Occupation of David Lewis, situate near the Bridge, together with auother DWELLING HOUSE adjoining the same, situate in Mill Lane, in the Occupation of David Thomas. This Lot is extremely desirable to People in Trade, from its immediate Vicinity to the Shipping and Harbour. I. OT IX. A STABLE, in Mill Lane aforesaid, held by David Thomas, with Part of a PIECE of GROUND adjoining thereto, extending in Front 33 Feet. LOT X. The remaining Part of the said PIECE of GROUND, extending also33 Feet in Front. LOTXI. A DWELLING HOUSE and Garden, situate in Maes- gias Street, in the Occupation of Richard Jones, Tailor, and Elizabeth Davies. LOT XII. A COTTAGE, with a good Garden and Orchard, ituate iu the Village of LLANBADARN- FAWR, in the Occupation of Hugh Hughes, Maltster, adjoining the House held by the Rev. Mr. Griffiths. LOT Xlll. THREE DWELLINGS, with extensive and fruitful Gardens and Orchard Grouud, well stocked with Fruit Trees, now 111 the Occupation of Evan Jones and his Undertenants, situate at the West End of Ihe said Village of LLANBADARN- FAWR. LOTS XIV. and XV. A MEADOW PIECE, adjoining the last- mentioned Lot, on which may be elected several Cottages, with Gardens and Orchards, the Soil being well calculated for the Purpose. Another PIECE of MEADOW LAND, in the Occupation of Hugh Hughes, Maltster, which w ill comprize Lots 16, 17, 18, and 19, adjoining the Road from Aberystwyth to Llanbadarn aforesaid, 011 the South Side; on which also may be erected several Houses, with extensive Gardens. For further Particulars apply to the said Mr. HUGH HUGHES, at Aberystwyth aforesaid. August 30,1811. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE IN SHROPSHIRE. BY J. BROOME, In three Lots, at the Pig and Castle Inn, in Bridgnorth, on Saturday, the 28th Day of September, 1811, at 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon; ( if not previously disposed of by Private Contract, of . vhich due Notice will be given): AVERY eligible FREEHOLD ESTATE, consisting in the whole of about 135 Acres of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, situate at ATTERL1LY, in the Parishes of Much Wenlock and Barrow, in the County of Salop. LOT I. Consists of 36A. 30P. of Meadow and Pasture, and 56A. oR. 21 P. of Arable LAND, a substantial Dwelling House, much superior to Farm Houses in general, good Garden, detached Dairy and Brewhouse newly built, Malt- house, Cyder Mill, and every other necessary and conve- nient Outbuilding, iu good Repair; together with an ex- cellent Threshing Machine of three- horse Power, two good Fish Ponds, and three good Orchards. LOT II. Consists of ten Acres or thereabouts of excellent Meadow Land, with a good Fish Pond and Stew. A Stream of Water runs through these Meadows amply sufficient, with theSprings ( wtiich never freeze) in tlie same, to supply u Corn- mill, with Water- fall enough for that Purpose, aud good Clay upon Ihe Spot, under two Feel Depth of rich Soil. This Land lies within 150 Yards of the Turnpike Road leading from Much Wenlock to Bridgnorth. LOT III. A good DWELLING KOUSF), ( which might easily be converted into two Dwellings, or make a pleasant Residence for a Person of small Fortune) and ail Orchard, with OA. 27P. of Meadow, and 26A. 19P. of Pasture and Arable Land, with a good Stone Quarry upon the Spot for building. There is very great Reason to believe that there is Coal under great Part of this Lot of Land, ar. an experi- enced Collier has offered to take a Lease for twenty- one Years, and allow the customary Royalty for Coal, Iron- stone, Brick, Sec. & c besides Damage for Trespass ; running all Risk at his own Expense. ATTERLEY is a pleasant sporting Country, and good Neighbourhood; within about a Mile and a Half of Much Wenlock, four from Broseley, five from MacScley, six from Bridgnorth, and fourteen from Shrewsbury, all good Mar- ket Towns. It lies very near to Lime and Coal, and there is a Quantity of thriving Timbei upon this Estate, the Land- Tax of which is redeemed. All the Meadows and Pasture might be mowed or grazed at Pleasure, aud there is good Turnip Land annexed to almost every Meadow and Pasture Piece of tbe whole Farm, Possession may be had at Lady- Day next. For further Particulars, enquire of F. ASH, the Proprietor, on the Premises. BY JOSEPH RHODEN, At the Crown Inn, in Bridgnorth, 111 the County of Salop, 011 Saturday, Ihe 12th Day of October, 1811, at four o'Clock in the Afternoon, unless disposed of 1.1 tbe in- terim, of which due Notice will be given, either together or 111 Lots, as shall he agreed upon at the Time of Side • ALL lhat MESSUAGE or TENEMENT and FARM called the UPPF. R HOUSE FARM, situate at RUT- HALL, ill Ihe Parish of Dillon Priors, ill the said County of Salop, containing by Estimation 77 Acres or thereabouts, uow in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Edwards, together with a Dwelling House, Garden and Close near thereto, now in the Occupation of Rea. The above is a very desirable Farm, the House and Buildings being very convenient and in excellent Repair. Tbe Lands, which are nearly in a Ring Fence, are Tytlie- IVee, and clucfly consist of old Pasture, and have Right of Common upon that ex- tensive Waste, called the Brown Clee Hill. Also, all that MESSUAGE or Tenement, and Out- buildings, with about nil Acres of LAND thereto belonging, called or known by the Name of THE NICKLESS'S, siluale, lying, and being in tbe Parish of M ilson, in the said Couuty, adjoining the Turnpike Road leaeliug from Cleobury Mor- timer to Tenbury, and distant about four Miles from tbe former, aud three from the latter Towns, and now iu the Occupation of Johu Hall. ' 1 his also is a very desirable Property, being iu a good Cyder and Hop Country, and the Orchard and Hedges being well stocked with choice young Fruit Trees, now in full bearing, and some of the Lands producing Hops ofa very superior Quality. There is also a large Pool upon these Premises, which, 011 being cleared, enables the Tenant lo manure at a trifling Expense. Mr. Edwards will shew the Ruthall Estate; and the Tenant, Mr Hall, thcjlatter; and for fuither Particulars iply to the said Mr. EDWARDS, or Messrs. COLLINS and 1NTON, Solicitors, Much Wenlock. BY J. BROOME, On l be Premises, on Monday and Tuesday, the 23d and 24tli Days of September, 1811: ALL the LIVE STOCK, aud IMPLEMENTS in HUS- BANDRY, with all the valuable HOUSEHOLD- GOODS and FURNITURE, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, and Casks, & c. & c. belonging to Ihe Rev Mr. OAKELEY, of THE MORE, near Bishop's Castle, in the County of Salop, who is going to quit the Premises.— Particulars in our next. HEREFORDSHIRE. At Ihe Crown Inn, in Ludlow, 011 Thursday, the 17th Day of October, 1811, between the Hours of three and six o'Clock in tbe Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, unless disposed of iu the mean Time by private Contract, of which Notice will lie given : ALL that MESSUAGE, Tenement, and FARM, called Bit, BURY, situate in the Parishes of Richard's Castle and Oiieton, in ihe County of Hereford ; consisting of a Farm House, with suitable and convenient Outbuild- ings, in the Centre of the F. state, and one Hundred and Sixty- eight Statute Acres, or thereabout, of very excellent Arable, Meadow, Pasture Land and Orcharding, the latter upwards of eight Acres, now in its Prime anel capable of making from so to 60 Hogsheads of Cider in a Year. The Lands lie very compactly, and nearly the Whole of the Meadovvs may lie irrigated : et Pleasure, two valuable Streams of Water running constantly through them. This listate is situate in u very fertile Purt ofthe County of Hereford, within a short distance of Lime and Coals, oil the Turnpike Road from Ludlow to Leominster, ( both very good Market Towns), and will be a most desirable Property to any Gentleman wishing to Farm. One Hundred anel Twenty Acres, or thereabout, are Freehold, and the Remainder arc Copyhold of Inheritance, of the Manor of Orleton, subject to the Payment of au Annual Copyhold Rent of 16 Shillings, and the very low Fine certain of two Pounds eight Shillings on every Aliena- tion, and an Heriott 011 the Death of the Proprietor. The Distance from Ludlow is only four Miles, and from Leo- minster six Miles. Part of the purchase Money may remain 011 Mortgage cf Ihe Estate if agreeable to the Purchaser, Mrs. Tomblings, the Tenant, will shew the Premises- Possession of which may be had at Lady Day next; and further Particulars mav be had upon Application to Mr. TF. XCti, of Bromfielrl, near Ludlow, and of Messrs, LLOYDS, Solicitors, Ludlow, Qth September, 1811. In,/ resting Trial.— The facts of the following case luve been published in all the papers of the empire a few months sinte, and have been read with universal admiration. The gentleman who alone, and armed only with a knife, successfully resisted the attacks of a gang of nine desperate ruffians, armed with guns and swords, is between 60 and 70 years old. He has been deservedly honoured with the dignity of knighthood by the Duke of, Richmond, aiid is now Sir John Purceil. At the Coik assizes, Maurire Noonan stood indicted for a burglary, and attempt to rob the house of Sir John Pureell, at Highfott, on the night of the 11th of March last. The trial excited considerable interest, and the Court was crowded at an early hour on Monday. Every one seemed anxious lo hear the narration of a transaction, in which, on one side, though the guilt exhibited may be hut too frequently equal led, the courage, and intrepidity, and coolness displayed on the other, has been never exceeded; and seldom, indeed, has it been matched in the history of human resolution. Sir John Purcell was the first witness called. He said, that on tbe night of the lltli of March last, about one o'clock at night, and after he had retired to bed, he heard some noise outside the window of his parlour. He slept on the ground floor, in a room immediately adjoining the parlour. There was a door from one room into the other; but. this having been found inconvenient, arid there being another passage from the bed- chamber more accommodating, it was nailed up, and some of the furniture of ihe parlour placed againrt it. Shortly aftrr Sir John heard a noise in tire front of his house, the windows of tire parlour were dashed in, and the noise occasioned by the feet of the robbers in leaping from tbe windows down u| « n the parlour, appeared to denote a gangof not less than 14 in number, as it struck him. He immediately got out of bed, and the fust determination he took being to make resistance, it was w ith no small mortification that he reflected upon the unarmed condition in which he w- as placed, being destitute of a single weapon of tbe ordinary soit. In this state he spent little time in deliberation, as it almost immediately occurred to him, that having supped in the bed. chamber on that night, a knife had been left behind by accident, and he instantly proceeded to grope in the dark for this weapon, which happily he found, before the door, leading from the parlour into the bed- chamber, bad been broken. While he stood in calm but resolute expect, ntion that the progress of tli2 rubbers would soon lead them to bis bed- chamber, be heard the furniture which had been placed against the nailed » up door expeditiously displaced, and immediately after this door was burst open. The moon shone wiih great brightness, and when this door was thrown opfn, the light streaming in through the large windows in the parlour, afforded Sir John a view that might have made en intrepid spirit r. ot a little apprehensive. His bed- room was darkened to excess, inconsequence of the shutters of the windows as well as tbe curtains being closed; and thus while he- stnod enveloped in darkness, he saw, standing before him, by tbe brightness of the moonlight, a body of men all armed, and of these who were in the van of Ihe gang he observed that o few were blackened. Aimed only with the case- knife, antl aided only by a dauntless heart, he took his station by the side of the door; and in a moment after one of the villains entered from the parlour into the dark room. In- stantly upon advancing. Sir John plunged the kntle at him, the point cf which entered under the right arm, and in a line with the nipple, aud so home was Ihe blow sent, that the knife parsed into the robber's body until Sir John's hand stopt its farther progress. I'pon receiving this thrust, the villain teeled back into the parlour, crying out blasphemously that he was l. illtd ; and shortly after another advanced, who » a*. received in a similar manuti, and who also staggered back into the parlour, ciying out that he was wounded. A voice from the outside, gave oidersto fire into the dark room, upon which a man stepped forward with a short gun in his hand, w hich had the butt broken oft" at Ihe small, and which had a - pifce of cord tied round the barrel and stock near the swell. As this fellow stood in the act to fire, Sir John had theamaziug coolness to look at his intended murderer, and without be- traying any audible motion whatever, that might point out the exact spot which he was standing in, he calmly calculated his own safety from the shot which was preparing for him. He saiv that the contents of the piece weie likely lo pass close to his breast without menacing him with at least any serious wound, and in this state of firm arid manly expec- tation, he stood without flinching, until the piece was fired, and its contents harmlessly lodged in the wall. It was load- ed with a brace of bullets and three slugs. As soon as the robber fired, Sir John made a pass at him with the knife, antl wounded him in the arm, which he repeated again in a mo- ment, with similar effect; antl as the others had done, the villain, upon being wounded, retired, exclaiming, that lie was wounded. Tbe robbers immediately rushed forward from the parlour into the dark room, and then it was that Sir John' mind recognized the deepest sense of danger— not to be op- pressed by it, however, but to surmount it. He thought that all chance of preserving his own life was over, and he resolved to sell lhat life still dearer to his intended muiderers, than even what Ihey had already paid for the attempt to de- prive hiin of it. He did not lose a moment after the villains had enlered'the room, to act with tlie determination lie had adopted; he struck at the lo'uitb fellow wilh his knife, - d wounded him, and at the same instant he received a blow on the head, antl found himself grappled wilh. lie short- ened his hold of the knife, and slabbed repeatedly at the fellow with whom lie found himself engaged. The floor being slippery from the blood of the wounded man, Sir John and his adversary both fell; aud while they were on the ground, Sir John thinking that his thrusts with the knife, though made with all his force, did not seem to produce tbe decisive effect which they had iu the beginning of the conflict, he examined the point of his weapon with his finger, and found that the blade of it had bent near the point. As he lay struggling on the ground, he endeavoured, hut un- successfully, to straighten the cuivatore in Ihe knife; but while one hand was employed in this attempt, he perceived that the grasp of his adversary was losing its constraint and pressure ; and in a moment or two after be found himself wholly released from ii—. the limbs of the robber were in fact bv this time unnerved by death. Sir John found that this fellow had a sword in his hand, and this he immediately seized, and gave several blows w ith it, bis knife being no longer ser- viceable. At length the robbers finding so many of tlieir party had been killed or wounded, lifted Ihe bodies out of the windows, and took them away. When the robbers bad reined. Sir John placed his daughter- in- law and grand- child, who weie his only inmates, in places of safetv, and took such pre- cautions as circumstances pointed out till day- light appeared. The next do;-' the ahum having been given, seaich was made after the robbers ; and Sir John having gone to the house of the Prisoner, Maurice Noonan, upon seaiching, he found con- cealed under his bed the identical gun with which one ol' the robbers had fired at him. Noonan was immediately secured, and sent to gaol; and upon being visited by Sir John Purcell, lit acknowledged that Sir John " bad like to do for him," aud was proceeding to show ( until Sir John prevented him), the wounds he hatl received - fnrm the knife in his arm. An accomplice of tbe name of John Daniel Sullivan was produced, who deposed, that he was one of the party lhat met at Nuonan's house to rob Highfort- bouse— lhat they were nine iu number, and had arms— but tbe Prisoner was one of the number, antl that he carried a small gnn. Upon the gun ( whid was in Court) being produced, with which Sir John Puroeli had b. cn fired at, the witness said it was that with which the Prisoner was armed the night of Ihe attack — Witness said he tlid not go into Mr. 1' urcell's house— lhat two men were killed and thiee severely tvouuded, out of the nine of winch the party consisted. He said he was induced to come forward and give evidence, upon hearing that two nien of tbe names of Cushing, who were innocent, weie ac- cused of being of tbe paity that attacked Sir John's house.— He said he did not hear that informations had been sworn agiiiust him before he delivered himsell into custody. The witness stood a long and rigorous examination by Mr. O'Conneti— but none of the facts seemed to be shaken, tho' every use was made of the guilty chaiacter of the witness. Tiie Prisoner made no defence, und Judge Mayue then proceeded to charge the Jury in a manner the most copious and perspicuous, and at the same time earnestly exacting for the Prisoner whatever Could br; expected fiom a junction of the purest humanity with justice.— lie commended with due approbation the bravery aud piesence of inind displayed, through a conflict so unequal and so bloody, by Sir John Purcell. The Jury, after a few minutes, returned their verdict — Guilty. Sea land.— That part of the land gained from thc sea by the Right Hon. Lord Boringdou, iu Devonshire, has this year, the third of its inclosure, been sown with wheat, and reaping began on Friday se'nnight. The crop proves uncommonly abundant, and it is said the produce will be at least 12 bags, double Winchester bushels, per acre. His lordship received the gold medal from the Society of Arts some time since for having gained so many hundred acres of laud from the encroachment of tbe sea, by a massy and well- built embankment. The coronation of Christophe and his wife, as King and Queen of Ilayli, was performed witb great pomp on Sunday, the 2d of June, in the Champ ue Mars, a Cape Francois. After tbe ceremony, their Haytian Majesties, and some of the Grand Officers of State, received the Sacrament from the hands of tbe Arch- bishop. A splendid repast of 600 covers followed, to which Captains Douglas add O'Grady, and all the English and American merchants, were invited. At this entertainment, the King, rising from his seat, gaye the following toast-.- " My Brother the King if Greht Britain"— which was drank with three times three; to which lie adifod, " May he prosper, and be successful against Bonaparte, and continue the barrier between that Iyrant und this kingdom." The next toast vvas given by the Archbishop— The King of Ilayli," which was also drank with three times three. After this their Majesties returned to the palace, before which a great body of troops, to the number of near 10,000, paraded for a long time, every company pre- ceded by its band of music. The royal pair then took a ride about the town,, and scattered money in great profusion among the people; and the business of this great day was at length concluded with splendid illumi- nations, and an Opera at the Theatre. On Monday High Mass was celebrated, and Te Deum sung at the Cathedral, At Liverpool, last week, Professor Von Feinaigle, of Baden, gave a public experiment of tbe efficacy of his method of cultivating and assisting the memory. The Mayor, in consequence of ait application from a friend of the Professor's, requested the ROv. Jonathan Brookes to select, from the different charity- schools of the town, children upon whom the experiment might be made. The exhibition took place before an assem- bly of several hundred ladies and gentlemen. Four children had been put under Mr. Feinaigle's tuition but three days before, two boys and two girls, and none of them had received more than four hours instruction; neither of the girls could read or make a figure when first presented to him. One of the boys repeated Gold- smith's Hermit backward anil forward, and stated the stanza, the line, and the order of any remarkable word required of him. One girl answered to questions in the chronology of the kings of England ; and another hav- ing two sums in multiplication ( of six figures multiplied by four) represented in cyphers, on the cyphers being rubbed out by the examiner, replaced them by the ap- propriate figures. A boy, aged 14, determined the geographical situation, iu degrees and minutes, of 50 different cities, and on a planisphere chalked out on a board marked dowu the time and situation of places named to him. The examination was carried on by the Rev. Jonathan Brookes. Bonaparte.—- The following gossiping particulars have been brought from Paris by a gentleman lately arrived from that city:— The second pregnancy of the Empress Maria is visibly advanced. Napoleon himself is grown very corpulent. He is extremely fond of his ite, who, on her part, is said to be devotedly attached to him, and not without a considerable share of jealousy of his former favourites. Josephine he stiil visits occasionally, but she does not come to the Court of ber successor. These visits, however, being of mere civility and friendship, do not, from the age of the party, produce any unpleasant emotion in Maria Louisa, The person to whom she has evinced a settled dislike is Josephine's daughter, formerly Fanny Beauharnois, given by Napoleop in marriage to his brother Louis, some time King of Holland; but by a scandalous report, to which many concurring circumstances give an air of credibility, said to be personally more intimate with Napoleon than with her husband, generally residing at Paris, while the latter was at the Hague. The Queen of Holland ( still so called) has been actually refused admittance by Maria Louisa; and when she threatened to appeal to the Emperor to command that she should be received, Maria Louisa, anticipating the complaint, sent her Chamberlain on the instant to Bonaparte, who was at the time sitting in Council, to demand whether she should be subject to such visits or such threats. Napoleon immediately declared that the Empress would receive only whom she should think proper.— Maria Louisa, with the exception of her pregnancy, is said to be altogether as thin as Napoleon is fat. Thc young King of Rome is said to be a very fine child. Fashions for September.— Promenade Costume.— A ionnd high robe, with large sleeves, and deep falling collar, edged with lace or needle- work, composed of jaconot muslin. A small capuchin mantle of green shot sarsnet, lined with white, and trimmed with Chinese silk fringe of corresponding sharles; deep Spanish pointed cape, trimmed with the same. White satin hat, of the Spanish form, with rim Ihe colour of the mantle, ornamented with a demi- wreath of corn flowers. Roman shoes of green morocco. Gloves of lemon- coloured kid j and parasol corresponding with ihe cloak, with deep Chinese awning. MORNING DRESS.— A Chinese, rube with full long sleeve, composed of fine imperial, or plain cambric muslin; triirtmed round tbe throat and wrist, and down the flont, with a full plaited border of plain- muslin. A Fiench foundling cap, formed of alternate stripes of lace and while satin, orna- mented with blossom- coloured ribbon, and autumnal flowers to correspond. A pereline of spotted muslin or net, trimmed entirely round with lace or muslin, and thrown loosely over the shoulders.— Shoes and gloves of lemon- coloured kid. Monthly Agricultural Report.— The harvest is nearly closed wiih more dispatch lhan has been known for many years— we wish that we were able to add with the prospect of an abundant produce.— The Wheats in most districts have suffered considerably from the mildew, par- ticularly in the rough chuff lands.— It was fortunate, however, this happened so late that the ear was nearly ripe, or the de feet woultl have been more extensive. Beans have suffered generally from the same cause, and in many parts the Barleys ami Oats have also been blighted to a considerable degree On a general review, there is much reason to apprehend that none of Ihe white crops will yield two- thirds of an average produce. Tbe Wheats of Norfolk are superior both in quantity and quality. Potatoes are every wherean abundant crop. Ti e latter turnips aie full of plant, antl thrifty; but the early Swedes are irregular, from having been much eaten by the fly. The Hop plantations of Farnham continue promising, while those of Kent, Sussex, Hereford, and Worcestershire, are so much gone off, as lo have lowered ihe speculation on the yeai's duty nearly oiie- thiid. Hay is further decreasing in price, from the large second crops, which have heen well got up. ' file meat maikets have also experienced a con- siderable reduction. Lean stock maintain their high prices, fiom the quantity of feed wilh which the grazing counties so abound. Horses of the draught kind ore dearer. Nothing has been done in our tvoolleu manufactures lo vary in any material deg> ee the last month's prices. Merino and South Down ewes, of superior quality, are in request at somewhat more money. Fatal Mistake.— A few days ago, a woman went into a druggist's shop in Liverpool, and ordered some medicine for a child, which she promised to call for in a short time. The medicine was made up according to order, and placed on the counter : but on her return the person in the shop, being very busy, did not observe that, she took up a wrong bottle, which unfortunately contained laudanum,, and of which she gave the child so large a dose that it died in consequence.— We hope this lamentable mistake will operate as a caution to those who administer medicines to the sick, and espe- cially to children, with whom an error, apparently trivial, may have the most fatal effects. A New NOVEL, by Miss EMMA PARKER, Author of ELFRIDA, HEIRESS of BKLGROVE. 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And on the following Morning, being the 17th Day of the same Mouth, for the like Purpose as far as the said Act relates to Lands to be inclosed in the said Manor of Mechen Uchcoed, at the Hour of eleven, at the House of JOHN JEHU, Innkeeper, in the Village of MYFOD, in the same Manor, to receive Accounts or Schedules in Writing, from all Persons and Bodies Corporate or Politic, who shall have or claim any Common or other Right to or in any of the Lands to be inclosed, under or by Virtue of the Powers con- tained in the said recited Act, or thc General Inclosure Act; and that every such Account or Schedule is to be signed by them, or their respective Husbands, Guardians, Trustees, Committees, or Agents of such Persons re- spectively ; and to describe the Lands and Grounds and thc respective Messuages, Lands, Tenements and Heredita- ments, in respect whereof they shall respectively claim to be entitled to any, and which of such Rights, in and upon the same or any Part thereof, with the Name or Names of the Person or Persons, then in the actual Possession thereof, and the particular computed Quantities of the same respec- tively, and tlie Nature and Extent of such Rights ; and for what Estates and Interests tliey claim the same respectively; antl that every Person, Body Corporate and Politic, making Default, and not complying with the above Directions, will be barred and excluded of and from all Right and Title iu and npon the said Lands to be inclosed, and of anil from all Beneht and Advantage in or lo any Share or Allotment thereof. 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The Virtues of this Oil, extracted from a Tree in the Island of Macassar, i n the East Indies, are far beyond Eulogiuin for increasing the Growth of Hair even 011 BALD PIACITS to a beautiful Length and Thickness, preventing it falling off or changing Colom tothe latest Period of Life ; strengthening the Curl, bestowing an inestimable Gloss and Scent, rendering the Hair inexpressibly attracting; promotes the Growih of Whiskers, Eyebrows, & e. is pre- eminent to nse after Sea Bathing, violent Exercise, and Travelling in hot CI . mates. This is 110 pretended Foreign Oil, but the real produce of the Macassar Tree, and possesses nutritious Emallient antl beau- tiful Transparent Properties. In line, it is the first Production in the World for restoring and beautifying the Hair of Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children. Such celebrity has it attained that it is daily honoured with the Sanctions of Royalty, Nob. litv, Gentlemen of tbe Navy and Army, the Faculty," and Public at large. Sold at 3s. 6d. 10s. 6d. and one Guinea per Bottle, by the Proprietors, ROWLAND and SON, Kirby- street, Halton- Gar- den, London ; and by all wholesale Perfumers and Medicine Venders in London — Also, by Appointment, by W. EODOWES, Shrewsbury; who has just received a fresh supply from the proprietors; Wright, Hereford; Stevens and Watkins, Cirencester; Ingram and Walkei, Gloucestc- r; Ruff and Henry, Cheltenham ; and all Perfumers and Medicine Ven- ders in eveiy Maiket Town throughout the United Kingdom. Beware of servile Imitators, as the genuine Macassar Oil lias the Signatme of the Proprietors, A ROWLAND and SON. SOUTH REGIMENT OF SHROPSHIRE LOCAL MILITIA. TRAINING % EXERCISING. NOTICE is hereby given to such Persons as are enrolled ill the South Regiment of Shropshire Local Militia, and have not been trained with the Local Militia in any preceding Year, That they are to assemble at the TOWN HALL, in LUDLOW, in the said County, on MONDAY, the TWENTY- THIRD Day of SEPTEMBER, 1811, at 12 o'Clock at Noon, being seven Days next preceding Ihe assembling of the Rest of the Regiment for Training and Exercising during which seven Days they will be under the Command of the Adjutant and those Non- commission- ed Officers who are retained 011 permanent Pay. The Non- commissioned Officers, Drummers, Fifers, and others of the said Regiment, who are on permanent Pay, are re- quired to assemble at the same Time and Place. Notice is hereby also given to all other Persons enrolled in the said Regiment, but who bave been trained iu the preceding Year, that they are to assemble at the TOWN HALL, in LUDLOW, on MONDAY, tbe THIRTIETH Day of SEPTEMBER, 1811, at 12 o'Clock at Noon, to be trained and exercised with the Rest of the Regiment tor fourteen Days, exclusive | of the Days of Arrival at, and Departure from, and marching to and from, Ludlow. And Notice is hereby further given. That every Person ( not labouring under auy Infirmity incapacitating him) who shall not appear at the said Times and Place, is deemed a Deserter, and, if not taken until after the Time of such Training and Exercising, forfeits the Sum of TWENTY POUNDS, which if not immediately paid, he will be committed to the Common Gaol, there to remain, without Bail or Mainprize, for the Space of Six Months, unless he shall, in the mean Time, pay the said Penalty ; and that every such Defaulter will be proceeded against with Rigour. 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Dr. Anderson's Scots Pills, 30 in a Box - 1 Squire's Grant! Elixir - 2 0 Golden and plain Spirits of Scurvy- Grass - - 1 Beaume de Vie - - - 3 6 Betton's British Oil - - 1 9 fir. Lockyer's Pills - 2 9 (/ Liquid Shell -.. 111 TO guard cgainst COUNTERFEITS, Purchasers are par- ticularly requested to observe, lhat the words " DICEY and Co." aie engraved in Lhe Stamp affixed to each of the aboae A rticle. LADIES' BUFF DRESSES. T Buff Dresses, from their nil the Difficulty of removing CENTRE REGIMENT OF SHROPSHIRE LOCAL MILITIA. PERSONAL ELEGANCE, FEMALE BEAUTY. CARD to ihe Nobility, Ladies ot Rank and Fashion, Parents, Guardians, Public Teachers, antl the Public at large. JLSAN'A EXTRACT, Or ABYSSINIAN BOTANICAL SPECIFIC, for the TEETH and GUMS, as first discovered by M. BAKASBINSKA, Dentist to the King of Abyssinia. This beautiful specific far surpasses any European prepara- tion for eradicating the Scurvy fioin tbe Gums, producing a healthy red, cleanses the Teeth from tartar, renders them inimitably white, secures tbe fine enamel from sustaining in- jury, imparts t'l Ihe ireath a delectable fragrance, immediately xpels i lie tooth ach, & preserves the rising generation from de- structive ravages in the teeth. In fine, it ia the restorer uf tbe teeth, arid preserver of their beauty. It is a Stomachic. Sold at 10s. Od. and 4s. 6d. per bottle, duty included, by the proprietors, KowLANnand SON, Kirby- Street, HattonGarden, London ; anil by their appointment, by W. EDDOWES, Shrews- bury ; antl all Perfumers and Medicine Venders in every market town throughout the Kingdom. Observe the signa- ture " A. Rowland and Son." HE Objection to liability to Stains, them, are now entirely obviated by the Use of HUDSON'S CHEMICAL BLEACHING LIQUID, which removes Stains of RED PORT WINE, Tea, Coffee, Fruit, Mildew, and every vegetable Matter from Buff Dresses, Table Linen, Leather, Cottons, Muslins and Lace, without injuring ihe Buff Colour, or the Texture of the Cloth, Piepared and Sold by Hudson and Com panv, her Majes. ty's Chymists, 27, Haymarket, London ; sold also by ED- DOWES, and Wood, Shrewsbury; Painter, Wrexham ; Ed- wards, Oswestry; and others throughout Ihe United King, dom, in Bottles at 5s. 3s. and 2s each. HEUMAT1SMS, PALSIES, and GOUTY AFFECTIONS, with their usual Concomitants, Spasm, or flying Pains, Flatulency, Indigestion, and general Debility ( originating in whatever Source), are relieved and frequently cured by Whitehead's Essence of Mustard Pills, after every olher Means had failed. The Fluid Essence of Mustard ( used with the Pills, in those Complaints wheie necessary), is perhaps the most active, penetrating, and effectual Remedy in the World, generally curing the severest SPRAINS AND BRUISES in less than Half the Time usually taken by Opodeldoc, Arquebusade, or anv other Liniment or Embrocation ; and if used immediately after any Accident, it prevents the Part turning black. WHITEHEAD'S FAMILY CERATE is equally efficacious for all ill- conditioned Sores, Sore Legs, Scorbutic Eruptions, Blotches, Pimples, Ringworms, Shingles. Breakings out on the face. Nose, Ears, antl Eyelids, Sore and Inflamed Eyes, Sore Heads, and Scorbutic Humours of every Description. Prepared only and sold by R. JOHNSTON, Apothecary, 15, Greek- Street, Soho, London, Ibe Essence and Pills . at 2s. Oil. each— the Cerate at Is. ljil. They are also sold bv W. EDDOWES, Newling, and Palin, Shrewsbury; Painter, Wrexham ; Baugh, Ellesmere ; Houlstons, Wellington ; Silvester, Newport; Prodgers, Ludlow ; Partridge, & Gittori, Bridgnorth; Edwards, Price, and Minshall, Oswestry; and by ererv Medicine Vender ia the United Kingdom. The genuine has a black ink Stamp with the Name of R. Johnston, inserted on it. BANKRUPTS, AUGUSTJIL. Chamberlain Jacob, of Painswick, Gloucestershire, clothier, September 3, 4, October 12, at the Falcon Inn, Painswiok.— Cooke Bold, of Manchester, September 19, 21, October 12, at the Dog Tavern, Manchester.— Creswcll George, and Bernes Richard, oi Worcester, carriers, September 14. 21, Oclolier 12, althe Unicorn Inn, Worcester.— Del Compo, Manuel, ofToken- house- Yard, London, merchant, September 23, 24, October 12, at Guildhall.— Martin Samuel, the younger, and Martin William, of Loughborough, Leicestershire, grocers, September 5, 6, Oc- tober 12, at llie Anchor Inn, Loughborough.— Pryse John, of Dorsel- street, Salisbury- square, carver, September 17, 18. Oc- tober 12, at Guildhall, London — Skurray JohnGeorge, of Swith- in's- lane, Lontlon, merchant, September 23, 24, October 12, at Guildhall.— Slacken Oliver Frederick, of Walham- Green, Fullianr, Middlesex, hie* cry- agent, September 14, 21, October 12, at Guildhut1.— Taylor Thomas, Ihe jomiger, ot Lincoln, horse- dealer, September 9, 10, October 12, al the Rein liter Inn, Lincoln. SEPI- EMBER 3.]— Bunn Nathaniel, late ol Wickham Mailret, Suffolk, miller, September 16, 17, October 15, at ihe Crown lull, Woodbridge.— Brett Thomas and Stoever John, cf Puddle- dock, London, sugar- refiner, September 7, 28, October 15, at Guildhall. — Dreiv James antl MiNaughlRobert, of Manchester, coiton- spinners, September 26, 30, Ottohcr 15, at Ihe Moreley Arms Inn, Manchester.—- Guillaume Thomas, jon. of Southampton, ship- builder, September 23, 24, October 15, at the Vine Inn, South- ampton Kinchin Richard, ot Elvethem, Souhamoton, com- mon currier, September 27, 23, October 15, at the George Inn, Odiam, Southampton.'— Lowe William, of Macclesfield, Chester, druggist. September 10, 28, October 15, at Guildhall, London. Rugg William, ot Cardiff, Glamorgan, cabinet maker, September 4, Id, October 15, at tlie Rummer Tavern, Bristol.— Sproston Isaac, now or la'e of Tewkesbury, Oicace ter, draper, September 17, 18, October 15, at die Crown Inn, Woodbrids, e. TRAINING $ EXERCISING. NOTICE is hereby given to such Persons as are enrolled in the Ceutre Regiment of Shropshire Local Militia, andbave not been trained with the Local Militia in any preceding Year, That they are to assemble at Ihe FIELD OF EXERCISE, adjoining or near the Town of SHREWS. BURY, in the County of Salop, wherein the Regiment was trained last Year, oil TUESDAY, the FIRST DAY of OCTOBER, 1811, at ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, being seven Days next preceding tbe assembling of the Rest of the Regiment for Training and Exercising, during which seven Days they will be under the Command of the Adjutant and those Non- commissioned Officers who are retained on permanent Pay. The Non- commissioned j Officers, Drummers, Fifers, and others of thc said Regi- ment, who are on permanent Pay, are required to assemble at the same Time and Place. Notice is hereby also given to all other Persons enrolled iu the said Regiment, hut who have been trained in the preceding Year, that thev are to assemble at Ihe Place aforesaid, on TUESDAY," the EIGHTH Day of OCTO- BER, 1811, at ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, to be trained and exercised with the Rest of the Regiment for fourteen Days, exclusive of the Days of arrival at, and departure from, and marching to and from such Place. And Notice is hereby further giveu, That every Person ( not labouring under any Infirmity incapacitating him) who shall not appear at the said Times antl Place, is deemed a Deserter, and, if not taken until after the Time of such Trainiug and Exercising, forfeits the Sum of TWENTY POUNDS, which if not immediately paid, he will be com mitted to the Common Gaol, tlwwe lo remain without Bail or Mainprize for the Space, of six Months, unless he shall in the mean Time pay tbe said Penalty ; and that every such Defaulter w ill be proceeded against with Rigoutf The Serjeauis will attend at the Times and Place afore- said, to deliver out Billets. By Ol der of the General Meeting of Lieutenancy of the County of Salop, LOXDALE. N. B. Necessaries to the Value of One Guinea will he issued at Shrewsbury, to such of the Non- commissioned Officers, Drummers," and Privates, as were not out witb the Regiment last Year: and Necessaries to the Value of Half : i Guinea will be issued at Shrewsbury, to such of the Non- commissioned Officers, Drummers, and Privates, as were trained anil exercised last Year, and are not provided with fhe said Necessaries, and the Money will be accounted for at the Expiration of tbe Time of assembling to such as come provided with Necessarirs, ARECENT and very remarkable Instance of the great Efficacy of Dr. SOLOMON'S CORDIAL BALM OF GILEAD, communicated by Mr. E. PIERCY, Printer and Bookseller, Birmingham. Birmingham, Aug. 21, 1811. SIR— I feel much satisfaction in being able to communicate to you a recent and ail extraordinary case, in which the great efficacy of the Cordial Balm of Gilead was most strikingly de- monstrated. A young man, about 18 years of. age, an inhabitant of Kidderminster, a few miles distant from hence, having caught a violent cold, which, either from being neglected or im- properly treated, settled upon his lungs, and produced alarm- ing symptoms of a rapid decline : Under these distressing circumstances, two eminent physicians were consulted, who attended the young man fnr many weeks, without being able to afford him any relief. They did not hesitate to pronounce his case to he a deep antl incurable Consumption; finding Ihey could not render him any service, and lo avoid putting his friends to unnecessary expense, declined their visits, as. suring his relations, in their opinion, he could not survive much longer. Previous, however, to their takiuu leave of the young man, himself and his friends expressed a wish to try your Cordial Balm of Gilead. To this the physicians consented, saying, it could do neither haim r. or good, and might tend to tranquillize the young man's mind. A family bottle was accordingly sent for, and without any apparent benefit. His friends', however, did not despair.— They sent for a second bottle, and indulged a hope, that symptoms of amendment began to appear Thus encouraged, they continued to use the Cordial Balm of Gilead ; and when five bottles were taken, the spirits, strength, and appetite of the youpg man were visibly and very materially improved ; and by continuing the use of the Cordial a few we- ks longer, be was, with God's blessing, aud lo the great comfort and astonishment of his family and friends, restored lo perfect health.— Any fuither particulars may be known by applying to Sis, your obedient servant, E. PIERCY. Sold by EDDOWES, Wood and Watton, Sandford, and Newling, Shrewsbury ; Guest, Broselev , Gitton, and Part- ridge, Bridgnorth ; Harding, and Scarrott, Shiffual, Dean, Newport; Honlstons, Wellington ; Miller, and Smith, Iron Bridge and Wenlock ; Trevor, Much Wenlock; Evans, Welsh Pool; Fallowes, Baugh, Jaekson, and Birch, Elles- mere ; Wright, Whitchurch ; Snelson, and Craig, Nantwichj Painter, Wrexham; Price, Edward*, and Minshall, Os- westry; and by the principal Venders of Patent Medic. nes in every Town throughout the Kingdom. IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES. MR. EDDOWES lias just received a supply of the following valuable medicines:— FOR ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, AND WHEEZING. Fishei's prepared Stramonium and Oxymel, the reputa. lion of which, from its uniform success iti tbe cure of Dis- eases of the Lungs, is fully established in the course of a few months ; for out of 4000 trials, it has not failed in one c tse tr> afford permanent relief, and not one instance can be add iced in which thev disagreed with the patients. FOR INDiGESTION, FLATULENCE, HEARTBURN, BILIOUS AND NERVOUS AFFECTIONS. The Essence of Ginger and Camomile. — The peculiar Stomachic properties of the Chamomile Flowers, coinbincJ with Ihe aromatic virtues of the Jamaica Ginger, form the most efficacious and safe medicine that can be employed itt tbe above tliseases, and has succeeded after the Peruvian Bark, nnd other tonic medicines, had proved of no avail. It corrects acidity, expels flatulence, promotes digestion, allays spasms, and obviates costiveness; hence it is a very certain remedy for nervous complaints, head- ach, palsy, and other complaints, arising from indigestion, aud irregular action of the bowels, & c.— Sold in bottles of 3s. 6d. and 6s. each, FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS. Preparetl Areca Charcoal.— The Charcoal prepared from the Areca Nut ( improperly termed Betel), is held in high estimation in ihe East Indies, and is the only Tooth- powder employed by ihe natives, who are admired for beautiful and sound Teeth.— It has been lately adopted by the Royal Family, and is much recommended by the first Dentists in this Kingdom, as decidedly superior to any other article.— Dr. Lynd has employed it for fifty years, and at the age of seventy- eight, now enjoys a complete set of Teeth, free from disease, and firm in the socket.— Mr. Hertz, an eminent Den- tist of Berlin, highly extols it, and recommends the gums to be sponged with the Tincture of Rhatany, instead of Tincture of Myrrh or Arquebusade, which corrects lhat spongy state attributed to Scurvy.— These preparations have the great re- commendation of being free from injurious quality,— Sold in boxes of 3s. 6d. each; and the Tincture of Ubatany, in bottles of 2s. 6d. each. THE TRUE CHELTENHAM SALT. This Salt, obtained from the Cheltenham Spa, by aoting pleasantly on the bowels, and at the same time correcting any vitiated state of the constitution, is deservedly classed as the most efficacious alterative purgative known in this country. In eruptions of the skin, and scorbutic complaints, piles, ike. it is a most invaluable medicine; an ounce dissolved in a quart of water, readily makes the Cheltenham water. Sold by Harris, Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard, Lotidonj also byVV, EDDOIVES, Printer, Shrewsbury, and Poole. Chester.
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