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Date of Article: 09/05/1812
Printer / Publisher: T.E. Dicey, W. Sutton, & R. Smithson 
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PRINTED EY * AJV1D FOR T. J5i DICEY, W. SUTTOJT, JtJVB R. SMITHSOJY. Vot. 93. 1 —' ' S SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1812. \ No. 9- Ready Money is expected } with Advertisements. il S Circulated through every Town and populous Village ^ Huntingdon, Leicester, Oxford, Warwick, Hertford; in the Counties of Purt of Cambridge, Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, £ Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. $ PRICE 6dh S Stamp- Duty - I Paper and Print 3' l. f- 3d." Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE, of May 2. Admiralty- Office, May 2. VICE- ADMIRAL Otway has transmitted to S. Wilson Croker, Esq. a letter from Captain Parker, of his Majesty's sloop Sarpedon, giving an account of his having, on the 26th of April, captured off Fair Island the Danish schooner privateer Rap, armed with four guns, ten swivels, and twenty- five men, out two days from the North Bergen, witl- rout making any capture. The above Gazette offers his Majesty's pardon and a re- ward of 2,000, for the conviction of the persons who shot Mr. \¥. liorsfall, of Marsden, near Huddersfield, on Tues- day, of which wounds he is since dead ; also „£ 000 reward and a pardon for the person who fired at Mr. W. Trentham, of Nottingham, on Monday evening last, as he was knocking at his own door, and wounded him in the breast; <£ 100 for the persons who dischwged a gun at Mr. J. Raynor, of Lenthwaitc, West Riding, on the 23d of April, the ball of which went through his hat; JOO guineas and a pardon for the discovery of the persons who discharged a gun at Mr. F,. Whitehead, Deputy Constable at Huddersfield, as he was going to bed, on the 15th ult. The Gazette also con- rains addresses to the Prince Regent, from ths towns of Manchester aud Salfnrd, the Borough of Lancaster, the City of Aberdeen, the Burgh of Dunbarton, and the Burgh ofRenfew; all of them thanking his Royal Ilighneis for retaining his present Ministers. LONDON, TUESDAY, May 5. The three flags of Truce which have reached this country lave excited very great interest, though the purpose for which they were sent is a profound secret, but of the various conjectures the most probable is the following. The first brought a letter to our Government. In a few days an answer was returned to it by an English Flag of Truce, which, however, being fired upon, at Calais, was obliged to come back, without being able to land'her dispatches; and we understand that the answer was in consequence for- warded by a cartel to Morlaix. The last two French Flags of Truce were from Boulogne and Calais, merely to explain and apologize for the refusing to receive our Flag of Truce at Calais, and for firing upon it. Extract of a letter from Oporto, dated April 14 :—" On the 8d instant* General Duhesme, with a small force and 18 pieces of flying artillery, appeared before Almeida; during the night he caused some works to be thrown up.— On the 5th the militia, under Colonel Le Mesurier, Governor of the place, made a sortie and drove in the enemy, who, ou the 6th, retired beyond Val de la Mula. Nothing could surpass, nor can any language do justice to the gallant and determined conduct which the Penafiel regiment of militia displayed in a sharp skirmish with the enemy. Silveira is at Bra^ anza : Trant near Almeida. On Monday last Wilson crossed the Douro, and must by tbi^ lime be near the other divisions. Don Carlos D'Espana is on the Coa, with 500 men. It is not possible to say what object the French have ni view. We have just been informed, that on the 8th inst. die French appeared before Ciudad Rodrigo, threw up some works, and summoned the town to surrender; but upon re- ef iving a refusal, they retired, and are now marching in the direction of Coria.— We are in great spirits here, on account of the fall of Barlajoz, from which great advantages are ex- acted to the allied cause. It is the general opinion here, thatMarmont has, in reality, sent off almost the whole of his force to the south, only keeping a small party in the north, Go engage the attention of the militia." French Papers to the 29th ult. have been received, but thev do not supply any intelligence decisive of the present dubious state of " continental relations. Bonaparte had not left Paris at that date, though the movements of the French troops throughout Germany still continued uninterrupted towards the Russian frontier. Th" private letters from the French coast come down to the 30th of April, and contain representations respecting the termination of the difference between lfussia and France, which are directly contrary to every rational inference and every known fact. They state, that the Emperor of Russia his conceded every thing de- manded of him by Bonaparte. But the intelligence brought by the last Anholt Mail from St. Petersburgh must disprove any statement of that description, and it is scarcely to be supposed, that whilst employed in devising the means of npening the ports of France to trade, Bonaparte would insist, under a menace of the alternative of war, on Alexander shutting the ports of Russia against British commerce. Advices were yesterday received from France by a vessel from the coast of Normandy, as late as to Saturday last. There have been, although not very lately, serious com- ( notions at Paris. Notwithstanding the vigilance of the police there, on account of the dearnest of the first article at'subsistence, as many as 20,000 malcontents were on one occasion collected, and the following inscription was disco- * ered the next morning on the walls of the Thuilleries:— ** Bread, Peace, or the Head of the Tyrant,"— To appease the multitude, the bakers were immediately required to supply the Citizens with bread at 4 sous instead of 10 sous the pound, and order was in . consequence restored. Napo- leon had not quitted his capital. The report in France was, that Bonaparte was sincerely desirous of peace. The defi- ciency of provisions from the Straits of Gibraltar to the shores of the Vistula, wilb a population of fifty millions to supply, had producy in him no inconsiderable alarm, which the restoration of the tranquillity, and the re- establishment oi the intercourse of Europe, seemed to be alone competent lo remove. f The Prussian hoy, Jonge Mctta, . Tan Daine, Master, from Caen, in Normandy, arrived on Friday at Cowes. The Master reports that the inhabitants ore suliei'iiig great dis- tress from the high price of provisions; and that the most summary justice is inflicted upon them in cases of riot. Six ringleaders were shot a. few days before this vessel sailed. Bread was< 7| d. per pound. Private letters have been received from Gottcnbnrgh to t? ip 26th ult. They assure us that the Speeches of the King Bern& dotte to the Diet, had given universal satisfaction, mid th. it not the slightest doubt was entertained of the patriotism and sincerity of the Crown Prince. It is sup- posed that the old King will make a formal abdication of hi.- authority in the course of the present Session. The remainder of the correspondence between Mr. Henry and Sir J. Craig has reached town, but it contains nothing deserving of an extract. The American . Journals in the interest of the French party have seized the occasion to add to the animosity too strongly already subsisting in the United States against this country. All the T/ ar taxes, including that upon salt, which was rejected iu'ihe first instance, hav passed the Uouse of Representative's. Extract of a letter from lot against the Emperor Alexander had been discovered at St. Petersburgh. The conspiracy, it is stated, was conducted by the Emperor's secret Minister, Spiranskv, with a Counsellor of the name of Magnetsky, and several others, who, by orders of Alexander, had been banished to Siberia. The letters from St. Peters- burgh, bringing these particulars, are of the 3d ult. They state, that the English GentlemeH, who were in the service of the Russian uavy, but on the breaking out of hostilities had been sent to Moscow, had been recalled, and re- instated in their former posts. The Gottenburgh letters are to the 26th, and they are very contradictory as to the actual pros- pect of affairs in the North. Exchequer Bills were issued yesterday, at three- pence half- penny per day interest, and they now bear premium of five or six shillings. The Commissioners for liquidating the National Debt, begin this day buying daily ,£ 135,000, 3 per Cent. Consols, or Reduced, which will take off the market this week alone above half a million of stock. By an account presented to the House of Commons, it appears that the amount of Unclaimed Dividends in the Bank, on the 1st of December last, was .£ 1,234,233, of hich a sum of .£ 876,739 was advanced to Government, pursuant to Act of Parliament, leaving in the hands of the Bank, at that date, a balance of ,£ 357,494. Upwards of a hundred vessels" are shortly expected to arrive at the different out- ports, with grain from the Baltic. The Archbishop of Canterbury gave his first public dinner on Saturday last, at Lambeth Palace. Ilis Grace, on ac- count of the scarcity of grain, dispensed with all kinds of puddings or pies. We are assured from the best authority, that there is not the deficiency of potatoes in the country as is reported; many of the Mendip farmers have large pits to open.-— Bath Chronicle. By the country papers and letters, we are happy to find that no fresh disturbances have taken place. Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, are all quiet. A Manchester paper, after mentioning the burning of a factory at West Houghton, on the 24th ult. adds, " It was known that many other factories and mills were to meet the same fate, ? nd also the lives of tnany respectable persons were threatened. How- ever, by a well- conceived project, most judiciously executed, their secret meetings were dashed into, their private signals obtained, and by a patient and persevering duty of detach- ments of the Bolton Local Militia, their nocturnal assem- blies were put to confusion, their papers seized, and a very large number of their ringleaders have been secured, and sent to Lancaster Castle." To distinguish the good three- shilling Bank tokens from the spurious, observe that they have all a range of pyramidal points round the edge, which have dots between them, on the genuine pieces these dots are found only on the head side, but the counterfeits have them indiscriminately on both sides. The Police, Officer outwitted.— A few days ago, one of the police officers accosting a Jew, asked him if he bought guineas; the Jew replied in the affirmative, in consequence of which the officer inquired what he would give, and was answered, one pound twelve. A guinea was immediately tendered, the Jew requested to see if it was good, and, when satisfied, gave the officer, to his great confusion, a one- pound note and twelve penny pieces ! WILLIAM OLIVER RETURNS his sincere Thanlcs to his Friends and the Public for the uaany Favours conferred upon liim, and respectfully informs them, that he has declined Business in Favour of his Son, who he trnsls will merit a Continuance of that liberal Support which lias been afforded to himself for upwards of thirty- five Years, Stony- Stratford, April 30th, 1812. JOHN OLIVER, LINEN and WMILEN- DRAPF. R, T) ESPECTFULLY acquaints his Friends and the Public, that lie has succeeded to the Businesi of his Father, and hopes to be honoured with a Continuance of that Support so long experienced by l| iinj to merit which no Efforts on his own Part shall he wanting. The old Stock will be sold off considerably under Prime Cost. N° J NOItTHAM [' TON'S IHRE. ICE is hereby given. That a General Meeting f the LltVfENANCY of the County of NORTH- A MP'l'OS, Icill be held at the GxonoE Z. V. V, in the Toirn of NORTHAMPTON, on S ATUUDAV the \ Qlh Day of .1/ t v in slant. at Twelve o'Ctock ut Noon, on Business relating to the LOCAL MILITIA. My Order of the Right Honourable Cha- les Earl of Northampton, his Majesty's Lieutenant of the County o f Northampton, CH AS. MARKHAM, Clerk of Ihe General Meetings. Northampton, May 2d, 1812. Benjamin AI ten's Bankruptcy. THE Credilois who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt, awarded and issued against BENJAMIN ALLEN, of the Town of BEDFORD, in the County of Bedford, Feltinonger, ar « hereby informed, that they may receive a Dividend of Two Shillings and Sixpence in the Pouud, in Proportion to their several and respective Debts so proved, upon Application to Mr. Gorhain, of Saint Neots, or Mr. Green, of Bedford. Assiguees of the said Bankrupt, on or anv Day after the Blh I) av of May. St. Neots. 28th A~ pril, 1812. WM. DAY, Solicitor. - - ——-; *— "* Richard Allen's Bankruptcy. THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt, awarded and issued against RICHARD ALLEN, of the Parish of ST. MARY, in the Town of BKDI-' OKI), in the County « f Bedford, Wool- Buyer, are hereby informed, that they may receive a Dividend of Three Shillings in the Pound, in Proportion to their several and respective Debts so proved, upon Application to Mr. Gorliam, of Saint Neots, or Mr. Green, of Bedford, Assig- nees of the said Bankrupt, on or anv Day afier the 6th Day of May. WM. DAY-, Solicitor. St Neots, 98th April, If 12. BANBURY, May 1, 1812. This Day are. published. And sold by all Booksellers, RUSHER'S large CATALOGUE of Second- hand Rooks, < Price 9ii.; Rusher's large CATALOGUE, Part the Second, Price 3d. The above two Parts together, form a very extensive Cata- logue for 1812, Price Is. or lent f^ read gratis. Rusher's CATALOGUE of BOOKS to lett, Sd.; Rusher's CATALOGUE of MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS, 3d. Also, handsome Pocket Editions of the following, all neatly bound in red, at Is. 6d. each, with great Allowance Wholesale Death of Abel Gay's Fables Mrs. Chapone's Letters Mrs. Rowe's Devout Exercises Dr. Johnson's Rasselas Wisdom in Miniature Thomson's Seasons St. Pierre's Jrdian Cot'age Economy of Human Life Chesterfi • i's Advice to his Son Dr. Gregory's father's Legacy to his Daughters. Ronsaine's Life of Faith Romaine'j Triumph of Faith Whole Duty of Prayer Grossman's Introductioato'the Christian Religion Alderson's Orthographical Ex. ALL Persons having any Clair Estate ar. fl Effects o'f the late Mr. NOTICE TO DEBTORS A. ND CREDITORS. aim or Demand on the BENJ. PENDERED, of WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton, Flax- Dresser, are requested f » rtliwilli to deliver in the same to Mr. John Packwood, of Cattesbrook, or to Mr. Richird Knight, « f llaouington, the Executors named iu the Will of the said Benjamin Pendered deceased; and all Persons who stand indebted to the said Kstate and Effects, are requested to pay their respective Debts to the said Kxecutors, or to Mrs. Sarah Pendered, of Wellingborough aforesaid, Widow of the said Deceased. May 2nd, 1812. Turnpike Tolls to be Lett. • jVT OTICF. is hereby given, That a Meeting of the 1 Trustees appointed by Act of Parliament, for repairing the Turnpike- Road leading from Kettering Toil- Gate, in the County » f Northampton, to Newport- Pagnell, in the County of Buckingham, will be held at the HIND INN, in WSLLINO- BOROUGH, in the said County of Northampton, on TUESDAY • fie second Day of JUNE next, at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon ot the same Day; at which Time and Place the TOLLS arising at the TOLL- G VrE erected upon the said Road, at the South- end of WELLINGBOROUGH BRIDGE, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION tor one Year and eleven Months, to the Best Bidder, between the Hours of Eleven and Four of the same Day, in the Manner directed in the Act passed in . he thirte'- nth Year of the ReignW his present Majesty King George the Third, for regulating Turnpike- Roads ; which Tolls were lett in the preceding Year, clear of all Salaries for collect- ing the same, for the Sum of two Hundred and Eighty- tour Pounds, and will be put up at that Sum. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder, must . forthwith give Security, with sufficient Sureties, for Payment of the Rent at such Time or Times as shall be agreed on between him and the said Trustees— Given under my Hand this first Day of May, in the Year of our Lord, 1812, J. » HN HODSON, Clerk to the said Trustees. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, At DTJNCHURCH, in the County of Warwick, AGood substantial POST WINDMILL, late the Pro- perty of Mr. WILLIAM EURBIDCE; the above Mill being now obliged to be t,-, keri down and removed immediately. For further Particulars, or to treat for the same, apply to Mr. JOSFPH SMITH, ot Dunchurch aforesaid. Lemington Spa, near Wurwick. FREEHOLD PROPERTY-,— SUPERIOR SITUATION. To be LETT, or SOLO by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ll lrll IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, rpiL\ T capital well- accustomed and established INN', .1 called SINKER'S. HOTEL, situate in the most eligible Part ot thatvery rapidly improvingandcelebtated WATERINC- P^- A ® '. LEMINGTON, frequented by Families ot the first Distinction; the Interior of which consUts of an excellent Dining- Room, spacious and elegant Drawing- Room, three » > od Sitting- Rooms, Bar, Kitchen, Servants' Dining- Room, Larder, Pantry, Brew- house, Scullery, and exceedingly good Cellars, with suitable and proportionate l! ed- Chambers neatly 6- ted up, capable of hold- ing 25 Beds.— The Out- buildings consist of Stabling lor 1i Horses, Coach- Houses holding seven Carriages, and a Gig- House, Lofts, Granary, Horsery and Harness- Room, together with a spacious Stable, Yard, and a Paddock at the Back of the same.— l'iis above Premises are fitted up in ihe most modern Style, the Rooms are lofty, spacious, and eiegaut, and the Whole is substantial and in good Repair, having been erecieit within the last 10 Years.— The celebrated Spring of medicated Water exists under the Sutfaceof this E- itate, and as Baths upon a more extended Scale are much in Request at Leinmgtou, the Paddock presents a favourable Opportunity for the Erectioa thereof, and would certainly provea most valuable Speculation. The Stock and Furnitureto be taken to, at a fair Valuation.—. If sold as above, greatest Part of the Purchase Money may re- main on Security of the Premises. FPR To viewthe same, apply to Mr. SINKER, on the Premises ( whois retiring from Business], or to Mr. GRAHAM, Architect, Warwick. L^ f of t RISELY ROAD. ICE is hereby given, That the. Annual Meeting the Trustees of the It IS ELY DISTRICT of the Tur-. ipike- Ro. id, leading from the South- End of Brown's- " ane, in the Parish of Great- Staughton, in the County of Huntingdon, to the Bedford Turnpike- Road, in the Parish of Lavendon, in the County of Buckingham, will be held ut the FIVE RINGERS, in RISELY, on WEDNESDAY the 20th Day of MAY next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon.— Dated this 15th Day of April, 1812. WM, DAY, Clerk to the said Trustees. N' BUCKINGHAMSHIRE LOCAL MILITIA. O'FICE is hereby given to all and even/ the PER- SONS ENHOr. T. KO in the LOCAL MILITIA of the County of HUCKISGHA V, and who were trained and exercised with the said Local Militia in the. last i'ear, that they are required lo appear personally at the Times and Places hereinafter mentioned, for the Purpose . of being trained and exercised for the Space, of fourteen entire Days, exclusive of the Days of arriving at, and Departure from, and marching to and from the respective Places appointed for Exercise. And Notice is hereby further given to nil and every the Local Militiamen of the said County of Kucltingham, who have been enrolled since the Expiration of the Period for Training and Extrcise in the last Vear, and who have not been trained and exercised with the said Local Militia in any preceding Vear, that they are required to appear personally at the Times and Places hereinafter also mentioned, for the Purpose of being trained and exercised as aforesaid, for the Space of twenty- one entire Days, exclusive of the Days of arriving at, and Departure, from, and marching to and from the said Places appointed for Exercise as aforesaid ( that is to say) :— The SOUTHERN REGIMENT. The Persons enrolled for the Southern Regiment, and who were trained with the said Local Militia in the last Year, are to nsseinbleat HIGH WVCOMBE, AMERSHAIU, and CIIESUAM, on SATURDAY the lfith Day of MAY next, at the Hour of Eleven iu th « Forenoon, being the Places appointed for the Exercise of the said Regiment. And the Men who have not been trained in any preceding Year are to assemble at the above- named Places, on SATURDAY the 9th Day of MAY next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, being the seven Davi next preceding the assembling of the Rest of the said Regiment. The MIDDLE REGIMENT. The Persons enrolled for the Middle Regiment, are to as- semble at MISSEMIEN, WENDOVER, and AYLESBURY, on SATURDAY the 16th of MAY next, at the Hour of Eleven in the forenoon. And the Men who have not been trained in an. y preceding Year, are to assemble on SATURDAY the 9th Day of M A Y next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, being the seven Days next preceding the assembling of the Rest of ; he said Rejiment. The NORTHERN REGIMENT. The Persons enrolled for the Northern Regiment, are to assemble at BUCKINGHAM and NE WHO RT- PAGN EJ. L, on SATURDAY the lfith Day of MAY next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon. And the Men who have not been trained iu any preceding Year, are to assemble on SATURDAY the 9th Day of MAY next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, being the seven Days next preceding the assembling of the Rest of the said Regiment. And Notice is hereby also given, that if any Local Militia- man ( not labouring under any Infirmity, incapacitating him, anil of ichich Infirmity, a Certificate under the Hand of a regular Medical Practitioner wilt be required to be transmitted to ' the Head Quarters of the Regiment lo which such Person may belong) shall not appear at the Times and Places so appointed for training and exercise as aforesaid, he will be deemed a Deserter, and if not taken until after the Time of such Exercise, will be liable to forfeit and pay the Sum of £ 20.; anil in Default of Payment, thereof, to be committed tt the House of Correction to hard Labour, or to the Common Gaol of the said County, there, to remain without Hail or Mainprise for the Space of * ix Months, or until he shall have paid the said Penalty. And Notice is hereby also further given, that no Person will have Leave of Absence during the said respective Periods tf training and exc. cise, except inCases of the most urgent Necessity. . By Order of the Vice Lieutenant of the County of Buckingham, ROBERT MILLER, Clerk of the General Meetings. Buckingham, April 20, 1812. Huntingdonshire I/ ical Militia. NOTICE is hereby given, to ail Persons enrolled to serve in the Local Militia for the County of HUNT- INGDON, that they shall assemble at the Tow n of H u NTI N G- IION, on WEDNESDAY the 20th Day of MAY next, at Twelve o'Clock. at Noon, for the Purpose of being trained and ex- ercised for and duriug the Space of 14 Days, exclusive of the Days of arriving at, departing from, and marching to and from the Place of Assembly. And further. Notice is also hereby given, toall Persons enrolled in the said Local Militia, and who have not been trained and exercised in any preceding Year, that they shall assemble at the Town of ' HUNTING- DON, on WEDNESDAY the 13th Day of MAY next, for seven extra Days, being the seven Days next preceding the Day of Assembly of the Rest of the Corps, duriug w hich seven Days tliey will be trained and exercised under the Command of the Adjutant and Non- Commissioned Otlicers who are retained on permanent Pay. Any Person not appearing at the Time and Place appointed ( unless prevented by Sickness, til be certified by a Surgeon), will he deemed a Deserter, and proceeded against accordingly. Notice is also hereby given. That his Majesty's Government has ordered, that the Sum of Ten Shillings and Sixpence,, the Allowance to each Man for Necessaries for the present Year, being the fourth Year of assembling, shall be expended in such Articles ot Necessaries, r^ -.: ' r • . . iooil of the Ser- vice may require ; and all Persons not furnished with the Articles named in the Margin,* ( heinj those which come un- der the Description of Necessaries) n u t be'supplied with them at the Regiment as soon as thej arrive at Head- Quarters, the Expense of which will be deducteS from such Allowance. At the Expiration of the Time of Service, the 25th of December, 1812, the Non- comm'ssioned Officers, Drummers, and Private Men, will be entitled to the following Articles of Necessaries : viz. Knapsack, black Leggings, long white Trowsers, short Ditto, Stock and Clasp, Clothes, two Shoe Brushes, Brush aud Picker, Turnscrew and Worm. By Order, BENJAMIN WELSTEAI), Clerk of the General Meetings. Kimbolton, April21, 1812. * Knapsack, Gaiters, Slock, Brushes and Blacking- Ba/ l, Turn, screw and Iform, Pitker and riritsh, Shirts and Shoes. ODELL ROAD. TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Annual Meeting of the Trustees of theOdell District of the Turnpike- Road, leading from the South End of Brown's Lane, in the Parish of Great Staughton, in the County of Huntingdon, to the Bedford Turnpike- Road, in the Parish of I. avendon, in the County of Buckingham, will be held at the WHEAT SHEAF INN, in HAS. IOLO, oa ' 1' UEYJAY, the 19th Day ot May next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, when the Trustees will settle the Treasurer's and other Accounts, and transact other Business relative to the said District of the said Road ; and at the said Meeting the TO LLS arising at the several Toll Gates ot the said District of the said Road, will be LETT to FA RM, by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder or Bidders, for one Year, to commence on the 2d Day of July next, in the Mannerdirected by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George III, for regulating Turnpike Roads ; and will be put up at the several Sums following, being the Sums at which thev are re- spectively left for one Year, ending t^ e ad Day of July next ( that is to say), The 0dell and Snelson Gates, at ^£ 132 0 0 ' . The Sbarnbrook Gate, at 83 0 0 Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder ot Bidders, must forthwith give Security with sufficient Sureties to the Trustees of the said District of the said Road, for the Payment of the Rent agreed for, at such Times and in such Manner as the said Trustees shall direct.— Dated this 26th Day of March, 1812. WM. DAY, Clerk to the said Trustees. APRIL 15th, 1812. THAT most desirable FREEHOLD, ESTATE, situate at DUNSTABLE, in the County of Bedford ; consistin; of a capital Mansion- House, Lawn. Garden, Farm- Yard, and every other Requisite; with G1 Acres of Arable aud 52 Acres of Pasture Land, more or less, contiguous thereto, now in the Occupation of Mrs. Buttfield, uatlera Lease expiring at Michaelmas next, will be SOLD by AUCTION in June next, unless previously disposed of bv Private Contract. Turnpilce Tolls to be Lett. N' OTICE is hereby given, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road leading from Wendover lo Buckingham, in the County of Buckingham, will be held at the BELL INN, in WIN- SLOW, in the said County, on WEDNESDAY the 27th Day ot MAY next; at which Meeting, the TOLLS arising at the several Gates upon the said Turnpike- Road, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, to the Best Bidder, between the Hours of Fleveu and Two of the same Day, in the Manner directed by the Act passed in the thirteenth Yjar of the Reignof his present Majesty King George the Third, tor regulating Turn- pike- Roads ; which said Tolls produced the last Year ( clearof tile Expenses of collecting the same), the respective Sums herein- after mentioned, that is to say, H'alton Gate, with the Weighing Engine £ 933. Ho/ man's Bridge Gale £ 381. Buckingham Gale .£ 335. and will be respectively put up at those respective Sums. Whoever happens to be the Best Bidder or Bidders, must at the same Time give Security with sufficient Sureties, to the Satis- faction ot the Trustees tor Payment ot the Rent agreed for, and at such Times as they shall direct; and it is required that such Bidder or Bidders do produce in Writing the Names ot his or their Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees at the Time of Bidding, and pay down in Advance, into the Hands of tile Trea- surer, one Month's Deposit, if the Security should be approved of, and execute an Agreement to pay the Remainder Monthly, as the same shall become due. LANCELOT W Y ATT, tPinshno, AfrillOth, 131S. Clerk to the said Trustees. LEIGUION- BUZZARD, April 3d, 1812. THE Public are most respectfully informed, that the INN BUSINESS at the EAGLE AND CHILD, at LEIGHTON- BUZZA. RD, will be continued, and every At- tention paid to ali'nrd superior Comfort and Accommodation to those Friends who have or may be pleased to honour it with iheir future Favours. To be SOLD, And entered upon immediately, T'HAT old- established INN, the EAGLE AND CHILD, I LE1GHTON BUZZARD.— To treat for thesame, please toapplv to THOMAS WOOD, House and Estate Agent, J. eighton, Bedfordshire. A To be SOLO by PRIVATE CONTRACT, Small, but desirable FREEHOLD FARM ; consisting of _ a Messuage, Tenement, and Homestall, and about 3tl Acrcs of Land, situate in the Parishes of WOOTTON and KEMP- SON, in the County of Bedford. For Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. GKERNE, Solicitor, Ampthill, Beds. 27ih April, 1812. Tithe- Free Freehold Estate, Napton, Warwickshire. To be SOLD by PRIVA TE CON TRACT, rp\ VENTY- TWr> ACRES ( more or less) of PASTURE H and MEADOW LAND, lying in the above Parish, and divided into four Closes, with a convenient Hovel in the Centre, adjoining the Locks on the Warwick Canal. Possession may be had immediately.— No Stock has been on the Premises since theSath of March. Tor further Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. POOLE, Solicitor, Southam. This Advertisement will not be continued. A OXFORDSHIRE. ' Capital Dairy and Feeding Farms, at Godding! on, fine Miles from Bicester, six from Buckingham, eight from Bruckley, and 12 Miles from Aylesbury, all good Market ' Towns, To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. WHITE, At Garfaway's Coffee- House, ' Change- Alley, Cornhill, Lon. don, on Thursday May 28th, 1812, in four Lots : Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, divided into four capital Farms, containing nine Hundred and thirty- six Acres, one Rood, and fifteen Perches ofARABLE, PASTURE, and MEADOW LAND, situated in the well- known rich and fertile Parish of GODDIN. GTON, in the County ot Oxford, in the Occupation of respectable Tenants at Will, at Rents amounting to *£ 2,260 per Annum, as follows: Lot 1. I'oodle Farm, with a capital farm- House, Dairy, Barns, Out- houses, Yards, Garden and O chard, two Cottages, & c. containing 296A. OR. 32P. little more or less.— Mr. Wm. Collingridge, Tenants at Will, at £*>'&) per Annum Lot 2. Tomkins's Farm, with a good Fr.- n- House, Dairy, Barns, Out- houses, Yards, Garden, three Cottages, & c con- taining 97 A. 1R. 16P. little more or less.— Mr. Thomas Tomp- kins, Tenant at Will, at =£ 300 per Annum. Lot 3. Lower Farm, with a capital Farm- House and Dairy, requisite Out- houses, Garden, Barns, Yard?, four Tenements, & c. containing 235A. OR. 28P.— Mr John Paxton, Tenant at Will, at ^ 640 per Annum. Lot 4. Upper Farm, with a Farm- House, Dairy, Out- houses, Barns, Yards, Garden, five Cottages, & c. containing 307A. 2R. 19P. — Messrs. James and Henry Collingridge, Tenants at Will, at >£ 800 per Annum. This Estate is particularly eligible and important to a Pur- chaser, the Whole of the Lands lying compact, and the Farms being let to Tenants at Will. For a View of the Estate and Farms, please to apply to Mr. PAXTON, at Goddington, of whom Particulars may be had; also at the King's Arms, Bicester; the George, Aylesbury ; the White Hart, Buckingham ; the Crown, Brackley ; of Messrs. Mills, Robinson, and Young, Solicitors, Parliament- Street; at Garraway's, ami at Mr. Wluic, Storey* Cite, Westminster. Vuluuble. Freehold Estate, in a high State of Cultivation, Tithe free, situate ut Pailton, in the County of Warwick. To be peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, By EDWARD LEES, On Wednesday the 27th Day ot May, 1812, precisely at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the House of Mr Arnold, the White Lion Inn, in Pailton aforesaid, subject to such Con- ditions as shall be then produced, ALL that desirable and truly valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the delightful Village of PAI LTON aforesaid; comprising a Farm- House, with Bams, Stables, Hovels, Cowsheds, Pigsties, and other Conveuiencies attached thereto ; also two Messuages or Tenements adjoining the said Farm- House, now in the Tenure or Occupation of Mr. Benj. Hopkins, under a Lease which expires on the 25th Day of March, 1813, and divided as follows :— A. R. P. Flomestead and Orchard ... 1 0 30 Home Close 3 0 0 Great Close 14 2 20 Second Ditto 12 0 18 Harborough Mcer 8 1 13 Middle Close 6 1 1 Second Middle Ditto S 1 9 Top Close.. 9 2 4 61 1 13 The Payments are easy, and the Lund adjoining the Town Street of Pailton, is in all Respects calculated for Building. The Ten. int will shew the Estate ; and for further Particulars apply to Mr. Tuos. MARLER, ot Attleborough; Mr. DANIEL W HADC0CK, 0f Chilvers- Coton ; orto Mr. CEORCE GRIENWAY, Solicitor, Attleborough- Hall, Warwickshire, where a Plan of the Estate may be seen. Freehold Estates, Bedfordshire. To be SO L D by A U C T I O N, By Mr. SCOTT, On Friday June 5th, at Twelve o'Clock, at the Mart, in two Lots, by Order of the Trustees under a Will, rp\ VO FREEHOLD DAIRY FARMS, very desirable, in a J healthy, pleasant, and elevated Situation, within one Mile of the populous Village, in the Parish of Toddington, four from Woburn, six from Dunstable, eight from Ampthill and Leighton, by good Roads, and 40 from London. Lot 1 comprises 94 Acres one Rood and two Perches of rich GRASS LAND, anil some A RABLE. Lot 2 contains 61 Acres three Roods and two Perches of Ditto — Each Farm is compact, inclosed, and well timbered, with a comfortable Farm- House and convenient Buildings, lett at low Rents, to Mr. J. Mead, and Mrs. Beale, respectable old Tenants from Year to Y'ear, who will shew the Farms 21 Days before the Sale, when printed Particulars may be had at the Office of this Paper; Sow ic Pigs, Toddington; Crown, Dun- stable; White- Hart, Ampthill; George, Woburn and Luton ; Angel, St. Albans; the Mart, and at the Office of Mr. SCOIT, iS, New- Bridge- Strecr, l. yctojv, To be LETT, And entered on immediately, AConvenient, comfortable, and modern HOUSE, gen- teelly furnished, in the Centre ot the Tewn of WEL- LINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton; a Con- veyance by the Door to London every Morning. The House com- prises a good Cellar, two Parlours, two Kitchens, two Staircases, Store- Room and Pantry, on the Ground Floor; a bandsoms Drawing- room, 26 Feet long, two Bed- Rooms, and Water- Closet, on the first Floor; four Bed- R. ioms, and two large Closets, on the second Floor; and one Attic, 40 Feet long, on the third Floor, which might be made into three Bed- Rooms, it required; Stable for four Horses, and a good Chaise- House may be made. The Furniture is new and elegant, every Room furnished with Articles appropriate for its Use; consisting of Persia, Brussels, and Kidderminster Carpets; Eliptic Sideboard, fine Wood; Patent Dining Tables, with Breakfast, Pembroke, Sofa, Card*. Loo, Quartetto, and. other Tables; Canvas, Venetian, and China Blinds; Mirror, with Chimney, Pier, and other Glasses; the much- approved Mahogany and Drawing room Trafalger Chairs, ar. d Grecian Couch, beautiful French Window- Curtains, made with Italian Drapery ; elegant Beds with the Rom& n Va- lence, and Feather- Beds of the best Quality. For further Particulars, enquireof Wi LLI AM SPONC, ot Wel- lingborough aforesaid, who is very solicitous his Friends and the Public should makean early call, as he fljtiers himself they will be highly gratified with the great Convenience iu the House, and the fashionable Manner in which it is fitted up. N. li. The Tenant will have no Parochial Taxes to pay. WtUinghoreugh, April 16th, 1812. Capital . Freehold Mansion, Paddock, and Premises. To he SOl. D by AUCTION, By Mr. SPONC, Atthe Hind Inn, in Wellingborough, in the County of North- ampton, on Tuesday the 19th Dayof May instant, at Fivein the Afternoon, AMost capital and complete RESIDENCE for a genteel Family ; comprising a Mansion, detached from other Buildings, and situate near the Centre of the Town of W E I - LINGBOROUGH, with a beautiful Garden, and Paddock adjoining, within a walled Fence, planted with trained and standard Fruit- Trees, of the finest Sorts, in full bearing. The House has in Front a handsome Court, with pallisaded Fence ; the Entrance- Hall of about to Feet Square, is very complete", with handsome winding Stair- Case at ihe Extremity ; Dining Room and Drawing- Room on the Right and Left, of good Height and Dimensions ; and Gentleman's Dressing- Room or Study ; remarkably good Kitchen, with Larder adjoining, an- t all other Conveniences ; excellent roomy Cellars; Drawing- Room or Ladies' Dressing- Room on the second Floor, hand- somely fitted up, commanding a View of the Country ; four excellent Sleeping- Rooms with Closets, and a small Sleeping- Room fer a single Person; Laundry, Water- Closet, and fivis Attics.— The Out- offices consist ot a Boot- House, capital Brew housc, with Reservoir for Water, in, which is a Pump and inexhaustible Spring of remarkably fine Water ; Stable for three Horses, with large Loft and Corn- Bin over it ; Wood. Houseor Barn, a Part of which, if wanted, may be formed into a Stable for thieeor four Horses, and double Coach- House. The House stands elevated, is in good Repair, and most sub- stantially built, and is a remarkably pleasant and cheeifulTown Residence. Wellingborough is a particularly good Market- Town, and well supplied with all Kinds of Provisions; it is 10 Miles to the Eastward of • Northampton, and 67 from London, froAi whence it has a daily expeditious and sale Coach, and the Leeds Mail passes within five Miles ; it is also a good Sporting Country, within four Miles of the Pytchley Houuds, and au easy Distance from the Marquisof Tavistock's Hunt. Toviewthe Premises, apply to Mrs. Coitmn, atthe House, and for Particulars, to Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Welling- borough. To be SOL D ~ by AUG T I O N, ~ By Mr. SPONli, On Thursday the 21st Day of May, 1812, and two following Days, atthe MANSION, in FINEDON, in the County ot" Northampton, late in the Occupation of the Earl of EG MO N'T, r| MlE major Part of the elegant, modern, and useful L FURNITURE, and other EFFECTS; consisting of Four- post, Press, Sofa, and other Bedsteads, with various Furnitures; ten Feather- Beds, Blankets and Quilts, Window- Curtains ; complete Set of Mahogany Dining- tables, with circular Ends, lb Feet long by 4 Feet 3 Indies wide; Pembroke, Card, two Library, and other Tables; Sideboard, Harpsichord, Spinet, Cabinets, double and single Sets of Drawers, Pier and Swing- Glasses, 40 Mahogany Chairs in Sets, bl^; k Cottage Ditto* Sofas, aud Easy- chairs, Eight- day Clock and Time- Piece, China, Glass, and Earthenware, Turkey and other Carpets; 14 seasoned Hogsheads and Brewing- Vessels ; Mangle, with Mahogany Top and Bottom ; Marble Slabs, and a Variety of other Articles, which may he viewed two Da> s previous to the Sale, by applying to W. MOON, upon the Premises. N. B. Catalogues may be hail in due Time at the George Inn, Northampton; White Hart Inn, Kettering; George Inn, lhra^- ston ; Green Dragon, Higham- Ferrers ; and of the Auctioneer, at Wellingborough. Valuable Freehold and Tillie- Free Farm, exonerated from Land- Tux; and a Public- llouse, at Temptford, Beds. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. STANTON, At the Sun Inn, at Biggleswade, Beds, on Wednesday June 10, 11412, at Two o'Clock, in three Lots : Lot 1 / COMPRISES a good substantial Brick- built Farin- Hpuse, tiled, with two good Rooms in Front, small Back Room, four Chambers, and a Cellar, situate frontirg th « great North Road, on the South Side ot the Turnpike, at TEMI'SFORD, in the County of Bedford, with a convenient and well arranged Homestall, and suitable Office.-, detached, two tine Orchards inclosed on the Road- Side by a Brick Wall, to- gether with about 173 Acres of rich Arable, and Pasture Land, conveniently disposed, and well fenced, in the Occupation of Mr. John Emery. Lot 2 comprises a well- accustomed Freehold Public. House, known by the Sign of the SWAN, adjoining the Farm- House ( Brick- built and Tiled), containing three Rooms in the Front, four Chambers and a Cellar, Back Yard, Shed, and Garden. Lot 3, An old Farm- House, now lett in three Tenements, and 1A. 2R. 19P. of excellent Pasture, situateat LA MB- PIT- END, near Tempsford. N. B. The Whole ot the Estate is lett on Lease to Mr. John Emery, for a Term, of which four Years are unexpired at Mi- chaelmas next, at the low Nett Rent of JCISO per Annum ; but immediate Possession may be had of the Public- House. PIT Tempsfotd is a pleasant Village, most advantageously situate at the Junction of the Navigable Rivers Ivel andOuze. affording an easy Communication from Lynn to the Towns of Bedford, and Bigglesw'ade, and particularly convenient for Mar- kets, being distant from St. Neots only five Miles, from Big- gleswade six, from Potjon five, and from Bedford eight. , Particulars may be had at the Falcon Inn, St. Neots; the Swan Inn, Bedford ; the George Inn, Buckden ; the Cock Inn, Eaton ; the George, Baldock; Swan, Stevenage ; the Bull, Hertford; the Swan Public- House, Tempsford; atthe Sun, Biggleswade; George, Potton; of JOSEPH EAOI, F. sq. Hitchen ; at the Auction- Mart, London ( wheie a Plan rnuy be seen), of the Auctioneer, Hitchin, Herts, and No. 23, Birthia- Lane, Louden. The Northampton Mercury; ami General Advertiser for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Biickiagham, II i:\ ti Leicester, Warwick O , r > nt ana Mei rtfi ml. Wednesday and Thursday's Posts. LONDON, tireiisDAY, May 7- I" IEUTEN A NT- Generals the Hon. Edw. Paget, Sir Brent J Spencer, and Sir Rowland Hill, have received the Prince Regent's permission to accept tlie rank and wear the insignia of a knight grand cross of the Military Order ( if th « Tower and Sword, conferred on theni by tlie Prince Regent of Portugal.— Gazette. w .1 French Papers to the 2d instant have arrived in town. l? v these it appears that Bonaparte still continued at Paris so late as the end of last month; An extraordinary sitting of the Conservative Senate was held on the 28th tilt, at - which it is probable that some communication was made relative to the object of the movements of the l-' rench armies in the North, and likewise on the subject of the late dispatches that have passed between France and this country. The Austrian .' armies are concentrating on the frontiers of Poland, and magazines are establishing for their support, from whence it may be inferred that she will lend her as- sistance to France in the event of a war in the north. In Russia, camps of reserve are slated to he forming; but there is no account of any accommodation having been concluded with the Turks, so necessary to the safety of Russia, if she hope to resist France with effect.— The Paris Journals miike no mention of the fall of Badajmj, though that event must have long since been known in the French capital. A report ( but little crfjdited) respecting the dispatches from France was in circulation this morning, which ( lifters from any before- mentioned. It is, that Buonaparte has in- timated'to the English Government, that although the war between France and England had been carried on a length of time with unexampled asperity, still the French Govern- ment were willing to Lelieve that the spark of humanity was not extinguished in the British nationthat the corre- sponding situation of the two countries was such, with re- gard to the scarcirv of whetlt, as to warrant the French Government in an application to that of Great Britain, to accede to a plan, which had in view the relief of both countries. The communication then goes on to state, that Trance had been at considerable pains to fonn a large depot of wheat in the kingdom'of Prussia ; and propused to Great Britain to accept of a moiety of the same, as a condition for permitting the remainder to be imported into France. It is stated th « t our reply was, there was the same feeling in the British Government as in that of Fiance, for the calamities occasioned by the scarcity of provisions, but that this was far from being of so aggravated a nature with us as was represented ; that we were yet willing to aoquiesce in the relief proposed, that Prussian ships should convey equal quantities of grain to the two countries, but with this additional claus^, that a Prussian vessel, on discharging half of her cargo at an English port, should _ supply the' deficiency by a freight of our manufactures for France. The principal contents of the American Papers received by the Mail on Tuesday, relate chiefly to the treacherous conduct of the noted Mr. Henry, whose machinations, after all, will probably fail of producing the effect so anxiously desired bv the French faction i « the United States.— The New York Papers characterise the whole business as an electioneering trick, intended to secure the northern democratic elections. They ridicule the idea that it will lead to war: and inform us, that the Non- importation Act is to he continued, and the l ax Bill is to be passed, but not executed.— Mr. Henry is said to have received - 13,000 doll, its for his treachery, with part of which he purchased an estate in France. The conveyance was wit- nessed and authenticated by Mr. Munroeand the French Minister, Serrurier. As soon as he made the disclosure to the American Government, He embarked in the Wasp for France. The Committee of Foreign Relations wished to have examined liiin in person, but he had already sailed. A French squadron has made its appearance in the West ladies. A vessel which sailed from Guadaloupe On the 23d of March, brings intelligence that Admiral Laforey had sailed in the Dragon, with all the squadron, in pursuit of two French frigates and a brig, which had burnt some American vessels, the crews of which had Itfnded at St. Bartholomew's. In Lloyd's books, May 6, it appears that, " the Acia, IIewett, from Philadelphia to London, and the Gcrshon, Smith, from Boston to Oporto, were taken and destroyed in January last by two frigates and a corvette, from Nantz." On Sunday the Apelles and Skylark sloops of war run oti shore ori the'French const, near Estaples, T> i » £ kytar. k was destroyed; and the A'p'elles taken possession of by the enemy, but has since been recaptured, after a hard struggle with the French batteries ibid troops on shore, by his Majesty's brigs Rinaldo and Castilian, and brought in shattered condition into the Downs.— The Castilian and Redpole sloops of war, and Phipps schooner, manned three boats to bring off the Apelles, which had been previously got afloat by about 200 soldiers and sailors, ordered for the purpose by the Commandant at Boulogne; which Servit they performed in the mOst gallant manner, and brougl her off in triumph, having caused a most precipitate retreat amongst the Frenchmen, who left four of their comrades, and also a large quantity of muskets, & c. on board the Apcllos. Capt. Hoffman, the Purser, Surgeon, and 19 men were taken prisoners: the rest of the crew, as well as those of the Skylark, are arrived safe. The Board of Trade have notified, through Mr. luck, to Mr. S. Thornton, governor of the Russian Company, that in consequence of the difficulties to which the Baltic" trade may be exposed from a change in political circumstances, they bad determined to grant licenses to any ships in the Russian ports not being French, and laden with hemp, flax, tallow, Unseed, or grain, to proceed either to Matwyck or Hano Tiav ; the cargoes afternaij^ ls to be transhipped on Board British vessels. The second reading of Mr. Bankes's Bill for abolishing or reducing Sinecure Places was, after a sharp debate on Mon- day night in the House of Commons, carried by a majority of 11; the numbers being 131 against 123.— The Chancellor of the Exchequer strenuously opposed the hill. He said, he wished only to Veep the balance equal between the different branches of the Constitution j and w hatever degree of unpopu- larity might attach to his opinion, he would frankly declare, that lie considered the present bill as hazarding a great blow at the Constitution itself, by curtailing the just prerogatives of the Crown. The Rill provides that the savings made by the abolition or reduction of sinecure offices shall go to the consolidated Fund. Another clause enables his Majesty to grant pensions during life, of ;£ 3000 per annum, to jfcrsons who hare served for not less than five years in the following offices— First l. ord of the Tren urv, Chancellor of the Kicliequer, First l. ord of the Admiralty, and each of the three Secretaries of State, also to persons who shall have served not less than ten years as Chief Secretary or Chancellor of the Exchequer for Ireland, and Secretary at war for the same period, pensions not exceeding jc^ OOO a year ( to the two Secretaries of tils Treasury, ahd Secretary of the Admiralty, not exceeding £ 1.500 ; and to the Under Secretaries of Slate,. not exceeding £ 1000 a year, in case they shall have served 15 years.— The bill farther pro- vides, that offices in Courts of I. aw shall not be sold, but he executed in person tit a stated salary, and the surplus of fees be applied to the Judges' salaries, & c. ; and that colouial OiBccs be executed in person, and regulated. Some papers have mentioned a report respecting the in- tention of Government to make three concessions to the Catholics, by which the highest dignities in the law, the army, and navy, were to be opened to theni. We believe we may assert with'confidence that there is no foundation for the report— Courier. Many concurring reports from'the Continent state that Bonaparta is indisposed with a dropsy. In consequence of the high price of Malt, the brewers are preparing petitions to Government, soliciting permission to use a proportion of srtgar. It is said that a plot of a very extensive and dangerous nature has been discovered at Stockport, in Cheshire. A tegular conspiracy had been formed; and which, but for this timely discs very, was to have been put in execqtion this week, to throw the whole country into confusion from Stockport to London, and even the capital itself, in the event of their first attempts proving successful. For the purppse of executing this diabolical work, agents had been distributed through all the intermediate towns, and the whole ramifications of the late riots, and numbers had taken unlawful, oaths to aid and assist in the perpetration of the general ruin. The signal was to have been the stopping of certain mail- coaches— the non- arrival of which at their usual hour and place was to be considered ns the command for the general rising. Sir John Leicester's cavalry, a very meritorious and active corps, was ordered to Stockport about fourteen days ago. It is since their arrival at this place hat the discovery of this infernal conspiracy has been made by the magistrates and the commanding officer pf this corps, which has been on permanent duty for the last ten days. The following is the oath said to have been taken by great jwmbers:—" I, A. B. of my own voluntary will, declare and swear never to disclose the names of the personi who com- pose the Secret Committee, or by describing either fcy word or sign their persons, features, clothes, connexions, & c. cause I hem to he discovered, under the penalty of being put out of the world by the first person who may meet me, and of having my name and character ever held iu abhorrence. I swear aiso to punish with death any traitors to this compact, and to pursue them for that purpose, although they should fly to the verge of t he nation." _ } The question of the renewal of the East India Company s charter will not be brought fortvard during the present session. A great fire took place at Copenhagen on the night of the SCftii ult. but it was got under by the firemen, encouraged by the presence of the King. B. & M. JONF. S respectfully beg Leave to inform the 10th of MAY, in the Afternoon, A SERMON will be preached in LI ANBURY CHURCH, by the Rev. Mr. VV1LI. ES, OJAKTROP; tor the Benefit of the BANBURY C H A RITAB LE'SOCI ETY. ^^ N SUNDAY NEXT, Byfitld Friendly Sacicti/ Annual Ftast ILL this Year be held on FRIDAY the 29th of M A V inst instead of the FRIDAY in WHITSUN- WEEK as specified in the Club Articles. Vicinity, they have just returned from LONTDON, where thev have been purchasing a FASHION ABI. E ASSORTMENT of MILLINERY and DRRSSES, which will be open for In- spection, on Monday, the I\ tk Instant; when they hope to be favoured with their Commands, » f which it will be their con- stant Eudeavour to merit a Continuance. N. II. Ax A I' I' UKSTICE WASTED. Toncesler. May 9th, 1812. On Consignment, and for Sale, 2,000 Gallons Old Tom Gin t 9s. od. per Gal. 1,500 Gallons Old Jamacia Rum 14s. fid. 80 Gallons very fine Old Cogniac Brandy 36s. Or). 380 Dosen very fine Port Wine 44s. Od. per Du2. 160 Dozen Old Slicrrv, of the most su- perior Qualify " 44s. Od, 70 Doseri Bile Old and Dry Lisbon 44s. Oil. 60 Dozen Tenerjfe 44s. Od. 45 Dozen rich Mountain 42s. Od. 280 Dozen CocUagee Cyder 8s. Oil. 1,500 Dozen ripe Stout 7s. <> bandry who shall have lived the longest Time with one Master or Mistress, or on the same Farm 3 Ditto next longest Ditto 2 5 . 2 1 .. 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 i l l l i I 3 3 . .. 1 1 To be LET Cor SOLD, A Very desirable SITUATION iu the GROCERY L1NF, L \ situate in St. PITER'S PARISH, BRACKLEY, now in the Occupation of Mr. Win. Byre, who is declining Uusiness. For further Particulars, apply to the aforesaid WM. IIVR'R, Grocer, Brackley. To be SO L D by A UCT I O N, % R. JARV1S, On Monday and Tuesday, the 18th and 19; h Days of May, 1812, on the Premises of Mr. PAIN, at TURWESTON, Bucks, near Brackley, Northamptonshire, A LL the valuable LIVE STOCK, and IMPLEMENTS ; V of HUSBANDRY; comprising 10 Cart Horses, and Mares, four Mares in Foal, 12 Cows, Heifers, and Sturks, four Sows and figs; Rick ot I'eas and Beans, five useful Waggons, three Six- inch- wheel Carts, one Narrow - wheel Ditto, one double and four single Ploughs, four Pair of Harrows, two capital Kolls, large Quantity of Hurdles, Sheep and Cow RacKS, 14 Sets of Gears, Winnowing Fan, Screen, Sieves, Sacks, Forks, Rakes. Bushels, * rc. & c. Also, a large Quantity of dried Bacon, capital strong Ale, some Household- Furniture, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, and other Effects ; which will be specified in Catalogues, to be hud at the Inns in Brackley; Royal Oak, Buckingham; Crown, Bicester; Saracen's Head, Towcester ; Place of Sale; and of the Auctioneer, Banbury. May be viewed the Mornings of Sale till Teno' Clock, at which Time the Auction will commence. Red Lion bin, Banbury, O i irdshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By R. JARVIS, On the Premises, gn Thursday the 21st Day of May, 1S12, between the Hours of Three and Five, ALL that highly respectable and long- established INN, much frequented bv the Nobilitv, Gentrv, Travellers, & c. known by the RED I.' ION INN, BANBURY, Oxfordshire, now in the Occupation of Mrs. Fairtraim. The Premises are Freehold, and very commodious; comprising 15 comfortable Bed. Rooms with Attics over, three Dining- Rooms, and spaciou; Gallery, three Dining- Parlours in Front, three other Parlours and Bar, a large Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Brewhottse, Scullery, excellent Wine and Beer Cellars, good Larder, Dairy, Coach and Chaise Offices, Hostry, Coal- House, two Three- stall Stables, two Four. stall Ditto, one fiight- stall Ditto, five other Stables for 40 Horses, with capital Lofts and Granaries over, two Coach- houses with Lofts over. Carriage- house with Granary over, a pleasant Garden, and Urge Yard, at the End of which is a Tenement, in the Occupation of Samuel Sly, Chaise Driver. From the Centrical Situation of the above Inn, a Purchaser wishing to embark in the Corn Trade, would have an Oppor- tunity of carrying on that lucrative Business toany Extent. s£ l, 500of the Purchase- money may remain on Mortgage. For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. DENTON & BARKRR, Solicitors, G « y's- lnn- Square, London ; and to Mr. P. BIGNELI., Banbury. To be SO L D by A U C T 1 O N," By R. JARVIS, On Saturday the 6th Day of June, 1812, at the Red Lion Inn, in Adderbury, Oxon, 1 MANOR and desirable EST A IE, TITHE- FREE, situate L\ in AD D E RBU RY- WEST, in the County of Oxford ; comprising a substantial Stone- built, Sashed, and Slated Man- sion, Coach- Houses, Stables, and other Out- buildings, Shrub- bery, and Serpentine Gravel Coach- Road, through handsome Iron Gates to the Front of the House, Pleasure and Kitchen- Gardens, well planted with ornamental and choice Fruit- Trees; also, 31 Acres or thereabouts ot rich Meadow and Pasture Land, the greater Part of which adjoins the Mansion and is divided into several Closes, being Part Freehold, and Part held for three Lives under the See of Winchester. The Dwelling- House comprises a Dining- Room 19 Feet six Inches, by Ifi Feet six Inches; a Dr? wfjng- room, 18 Feet nine Inches, by 15 Feet, with Marble Chimney- Pieces; Study, 15 Feet by 12 Feet, with Diamond Paving, Butler's Pantry, Hall, spacious Kitchen, Brewingand Wash- House with Laundry over, six capital arched Cellars and Dairy, four large sized commo- dious Sleeping. rooms, with Dressing- rooms and Closets, six pleasant Bed- Rooms iu the Attic, and other Conveniences.— The Mansion, late in the Occupation of Fiennes Wykham, Esq and the Land, of John Falkner, of Adderbury aforesaid. Adderbury is a pleasant and populous Village, three Miles from Banbury ; the Mail- Coach passes through Adderbuiy and Oxford to London every Day. Possession*!' the Mansion, and about four ^ cresof Land, may be had immediately, and of'the Remainder at Lady- Dav next. Fora View of the Premises, apply to Mr. VVM. BARRITT. of Adderbury aforesaid; and for further Particulars, to Mr. PETER BICNELL, Solicitor. Banbury. Desiruble Freehold Residence, and modern Household- Furniture. To be SOLD by ADC TI O N, By Mr. BEDFORD, On Tuesday May 26, 1812, on the Premises, at Eleven o'Clock, by Direction of the Executor, r| NIE neat and modern HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE of the late SYLVESTER ADD I NGTO N, Esq. at his late Residence in SI LVSR- STR EFT, BEDFORD; consisting of Four- post Bedsteads, with Mahogany Feet Posts and white Dimity Furniture; Tent and other Bedsteads, Feather- Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, ^ lattresses, Blankets, Quilts and Coun- terpanes, Carpets, Dressing- tables, Chamber- Chairs, Maho- gany Wash- hand- Stands, & c. ; six . Mahogany Chaiis, and two Elbow Ditto, with Horse- Hair Seats; handsome Mahogany Cellaret Sideboard, very capital Chimney Cla^ s, in Gilt Frame, two large Mahogany Dining. tables ( fine Wood), good Oak Dining- table, Carpets, Hearth- Rugs, & c. & c ; Kitchen Chairs, and Tables, Mahogany Butler's Tray, Meat- Screen, lined with Tin, an Assortment ® f Kitchen. Requisites in Copper, Brass, arid Tin, large Iron- bound Tubs, Washing- Tray's and Stools, Hair Lines and Clothes. Horse, large Water Tub, Farting- coop, Ladders, & c. Also, will be Soio by AUCTION, at the Rose Inn, Bedford, qt Seven o'Clock in the Evening of the same Day, unless pre- viously disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given. The late RESIDENCE of the said Sv t. v ESTER ADDINOTON, Esq. ; comprising 4 substantially builr Brick and Tiled Dwel- ling. House, in complete Repair, advantageously situate near the HIGH- STREET, BEDFORD, containing a handsome Dining- room, a Breakfast Parlour, Kitchen and Back Kitchen, on the Ground Floor, four good Sleepiug- roo/ ns, with convenient Closets, and two Attics; a dry Cellar, a Two- stall Stable, with capital Loft over the same, a Yard, and pleasant Garden at the Back of the House.— The Land- lax is redeemed. Catalogues will be ready for Delivery one Week previous to the Sale; and for further Particulars relative to the Estate, and to tieat by Privatt Costract, 3pply to :! « Audi- Miser, Baulard. BOAT S. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, rpWO new COAL- BOATS, built of capital prime sea- I. soned Oak Plank, and tit for immediate Use; also a second Hand Ditto in good Repair. For Particulars, apply to Mr. T. COTTON, Banbury, Oxon. To be SOLD by A U C T 1 O N, % BRAMPTON ( f BATES On Monday the 11th Day of May Instant, o'n tha Premises ° J Mr' WM. KN1GH. T, of KETTERING, who is laving Part ot his Farm, ° rpiIE LIVE and DEAD STOCK ; consisting of Milch I Cows and Ileiters; four Draught- horses, one Five- vear- old Colt, one tour- year. old Filly; one Two- yeir- old short- homed bull, two Heifers ; one yearling Ditto, and one ufefut !" oar- llog ; Harness for seven Draught- horses, three Narrow- wheel Waggons, two Ditto Carts,. Double". wheel Plough, four single Ploughs, three small Harrows, one large Ditto, a Thrashmg- Machme, nearly new, 3. Horse Power, upon an improved Scale, Wmnowing- Fan, and Barn- Tackle in general, 12 Dozen Sheep- Trays. Also will be SOLD the same Dav, if Time will permit. About 40 Lotsof useful BRE WING- VESSELS, and DAIRY- UTENSILS. Sale to commence at Ten in the Morning. To be Ditto next Ditto To the Shepherd who shall have reared, duringthe Year, the greatest Number of Lambs in Proportion to the Ewes entrusted to his Care, the Number of Ewes being r. ot less than Four Score.. To the Shepherd who shall have reared the next greatest Number To the Sheph « rd who shall have reared the next greatest Number The Premiums to be adjudged at the Annual Meeting which is to be held at the GEORC. E INN, NORTHAMPTON, on the second Day of the Summer Assizes. All Claims for them to be sent to the Secretary, in Writing, authenticatedhv the officiating Clergyman, and Overseers'of the Poor of the Parish in which such Claimant resides, 11 Days before the said Meeting. Claims for Honorary Premiums to be sent to the Secretary two Months before the said Meeting. C. HILLY ARD, Treasurer and Secretary. STOLEN or STRAYED, FROM ROCKINGHAM I'OUEST, in the County of Northampton, A BAY MARF,, four Years 0M, ' The Propertv of J. STRETTOS, of Cottingham, About 15 Hands high, with a long Tail, cut at the Bottom, Fire- branded on the Shoulder, with the Letter S and a Key across, and has litile or no White about her. Whoever can give Information of the ahove Mare, to the said J. Stretton, so that she may be had again, shall, if Stolen, on Conviction of the Offender or Offenders, receive a Reward of TEN POUNDS ; and if Strayed, be handsomely rewarded for their Trouble. To be S O L D by AUCTION, % Mr. HOIT. OWAY, On Thursday the 14th of this Instant May, on the Premises of the late Mr. T. SAMBROOK, deceased, at PIPWELL. ABBEY, in the County of Northampton, AN exceedingly stout Six- inch Timber- Carriage, with Iron Arms, and Slide complete; also thrte Sets of high Wheels, for the Use of drawing Timber out of Woods, See. ; tour Spoking- chains, two Sets of Gib Pullies and Blocks, Ac. ( i3T The Sale to commence at Two o'Clock. Md'tnery, Dress- making, & c. Kettering. A NN M. ANSF. LL respectfttlly informs the Inlia- Sitants of KETTERING and its Vicinity, that she has taken the Business of Miss SANDERSON, the Patronage and Support of whose Friends it will'br her constant Endeavour to oljtainaiid deserve by unremitting Attention to thei r Wishes. A. M. at the same Time begs to observe she is just returned from Town with a fashionable and elegant Assortment of MILLINERY DRESSES, & e. adapted for the present Season, which will be ready for Inspection on WEDNESDAY the 13th Instant, and following Days. N. B. SHOES, PERFUMERY, & c. THRAFSTON, May 8th, 1812. WPORTER & PALMER respectfully inform the . Public, that their WAGGON continues to set oS every Monday Morning for Cambridge, through Huntingdon; arrives at Cambridge Tuesday Morning, and returns to God- manchestcr the same Night; lays at Thrapston on Wednesday Night ; at the Fleece Inn, Northampton, on Thursday and Friday Night ; delivers and takes up Goods at Blisworth, on Friday ; feturns to Thrapston on Saturday ; takes up Goods at Northampton and Wellingborough. By this Conveyance floods may be forwarded to all Parts of Norfolk, Suffolk, Isle of Ely, Ac. ; and by Canal from Blisworlh to most Parts of ICngland and Wales. London Goods delivered at the Catharine W heel Inn, Bishopsgate- Street, on Saturday Morning, directed by Porter Si Co. from Cambridge, will be delivered at Thrapston on Thursday Morning, oa such Terms as will give Satisfaction.— Cannot be accountable for small Parcels above Five Pounds' Value, nor for Damage of Goods that are left in their Hands more than fourteen Days. CLERGY CtlAltl'lY. rr, HE Easter Visitations of the Rev, the ARCHDEACON' 1 of N o8it, AMFTON are appointed to be holden at the following Times and Places, via. For the Deanriee of Peterborough and Rutland, on Friday the 22d Day of this instant May, at St. Martin's Stamford- Baron. For the Deanries of Oundle and Weldon, on Monday the 25th, at Oundle. F'or the Deanries of Rothwell and Higham, on Tuesday the 26th, at Wellingborough. For the Deanries of Northampton, Preston, and Haddou, on Wednesday the 27th at Northampton. For the Deauries of Brackley and Daventry, on Thursday the 23th at Towcester. At which respective Times and Places, the Receiver of the Clergy Charity for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Poor Clergymen, and of the Necessitous Clergymen of the Diocese of Peterborough, will attend to take the Subscriptions of such of the Benevolent as shall be pleased to order Pay- ment of the same. By Order of the Stewards and Subscribers, WM. GATES, Jua. Receiver. Peterborough, 5th May, 1812. IL f JUST PUBLISHED, REMARKS suggested by Lord Sidmouth's recent Attack on the Act of Toleration, and by the peculiar Circumstances of the Religious World, respectfully addressed to the general Body of Dissenters; including the Followers of the late Mr. Whitfield, Mr. Wesley, & c. By a DISSENTER. London; Sold by Mr. Burton, 156, l. eadenhall- Street, and Mr. Hamilton, Pateruoster- Row', and all the Booksellers, Price 2s. The Profits arising; from the Sale of the above Pamphlet will be given in Aid of the Missionary Society and of the British and Foreign Bible Society. To be SOLD by A U C T 1 O N, By R. £. BLAhY, ALL the LIVE and DEAD FARMING- STOCK of Mr- BLABY, of BYF1ELD, in the County of Northampton, who is leavinshis Farm. Particulars will appear in a future Paper. < peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION, By MASON & SON, At the Red Lion Inn, in Banbury, in the County of Oxford, on Thursday tile 14th Day of May. 1812, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, ACapital ESTATE ( the greater Part Freehold, and a soldi Part Leasehold), situate in the Hamlets of OVF. R. THORPEand NETHKRCOTT, in the Parishes of WARK. WORTH and M1 DDI. ETON- CH E N E Y, in the County of Northampton, or one of them, and late in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Wise ; comprising a good Farm- House and Homestead, with Barns, Stables, an excellent Malting, and other attached and detached Out- buildings, and 73A. 3R. 17P. by Admeasure- ment, of very rich Grazing Land ( including about 13 Acres which are in Tillage), conveniently divided into nine seveial Closes or inclosed Grounds, which are well watered, and the Fences in good Condition, and there is a Quantity ot thriving Timber growing on the Piemises. The above K state is Tithe- free and the Land- Tax low, is situate vithin one Mile of Binburv, and Part thereof adjoins theTurn- To be S O L D bv A U C T 1 O N, By Mr. HOLLO WAY, On Friday, the 13th Day of May, 1812, on the Premises, in the Lordship of HUSBAND'S. BOSWORl'H, in the County of Leicester, UPWARDS of five Hundred Thousand useful BUILD- ING BRICKS, now laying by the Side of the Grand Union Tunnel, and bv the Side of the Turnuike- Road leading from Northamoton to Leicester, and also bv the Turnpike- Road leading from Market. Harboioughto Lutterworth, in the County of Leicester aforesaid. The Bricks will be put into small Lots for the Convenience of Purchasers, On Account of the great Number of Lots to be disposed of, the Auctioneer requests the Attention of the Company, at the Fox and Hounds, in Husband's- Bosworth aforesaid, punctuallyat Nine o'Clock and then proceed to the Placeof Sale adjo pike- Road leading from Banbury to Daventry. For a View of the same, apply on the Premises; and for further Particulars, to Mr. BUSIVIU, Solicitor, or the AUC- TIONEERS, in Northampton N. B. Possession mav be had at Michaelmas next. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By MASON 4- SOX, At the Sign of file Green Mao, in St. James's- End, in the Parish of . Dusron, near Northampton, on Thursday the 21st Day of May, 1312, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract, ot which due Notice will be given in a future Paper; r|" MIE following :' ery valuable FITFIEHOT D and TITHE- FREE 1 ESTATE, sP. tiat: in the Parish of DUSTON aforesaid, ( in three Lots): Lot 1. All that rnos' desirable, substantial, Stone- built, Sashed and Slated MESSAGE, TENEMENT, or INN, and TOLL- HOUSE, knowrr bv the Sign of the GREEN MAN, now in full Tra- ie, and in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Hunt,, together with the TOLLS belonging to the same, which pro- duce a considerable Annual Sum. The Premises are in complete. Repair, and comprise a spa- cious Hall, Kitchen, Bar, commod'ous Parlours, excellent Vault and Cellar, which will contain upwards of 20 Pipes and Puncheons, five stood Bed- Rooms, with Closets, three ceiled Attics, Cheese- Chamber, and other Apartments ; paved Court- Yard, Stu'oling for 30 Horses, good Lofts and Granaries over the same, capable of stowing 400 Quarters of Corn, Brewbouse, Dairy, Scullery, Lead Pump contiguous to the House, Farm- Yard, new Barn of three Bavs, with other attached Buildings, and a fertile Garden surrounded by good Walls. And also a CLOSE of exceedingly rich PASTURE LAND adjoining, containing by Estimation, one Acre ( more or less), aad now also in the Occupation of the said Thomas Hunt. This Lot is well adapted for Business,• the Stabling fit for capital Hunters, and the Land- Tax is very low. Lor 2. All that CLOSE of exceedingly rich ARABLE LAND, called LITTLE- BULLEY CLOSE, containing by Estima- tion, five Acres ( moreor less), now also in the Occupation of Thomas Hunt, adjoining the Daventry Road, and situate near the Turnpike- Gate, with a Number of thriving Trees and ex- cellent Fences. Lot 3. All that other CLOSE of very rich ARABLE LAND, called tlie CONDUIT Cross, containinj; by Estimation, eight Acres ( more or less), now also in the Occupation of the said Thomas Hunt, and situate on the East Side of the Daventry Road, opposite the Abbey Walls, with good Fences, and a Number of thriving Trees growing theteori. N. B. The Land- Tax of Lots 2 and 3 is redeemed. The Tenant will shew the Premises; and for further Parti- culars, and to treat for the Purchase in the mean Time bv Private Contract, apply to Mr. BUSWECL, Attorney at Law, or the Auctioneers, in Northampton. Huntingdonshire Freehold Estate, Tithe- free, With Possession on the 29th Day of September next. To he SOLD bv AUCTION, ' Atthe Red I. ion Inn, ALCONBURY, on Wednesday the 50th Day of May, 1812, between the Hours of Five and Seven in the Evening, ONE Hundred and fourteen Acres of ARABLE and PASTURE l. AND, divided in five Grounds; with a new- built large Barn and Hovels, Yard, & c. near the old London and North Road, one Mile from the Wheat Sheat Inn, Alconbury- Hill. Also at the same Time and Place will be SOLD by AUCTION, A Brick and Tiled COTTAGE and TFNE M ENT, with Barns, Yard, & c; likewise a CLOSE of PASTURE, containing between two and three Acres, all adjoining the London and North Koad, and in that pleasant Village of BUCKDEN, with Possession at Old St. Micha' I next. For Particulars, enquire personally, or by Letter, Post- paid, of HENRY SWEETING, Esq. Huntingdon ; and for a View ot the Premises, to Mr. GEO. GRSEN, Alconbury. HERTS, BELMONT PARK. Freehold Estate, the principal Part Tithe- free, and Land- Tax redeemed.— The spacious elegant Family Mansion, thriving Plantations, Meadow and Arable Land, near 100 Acres. To be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By Mr. ROBINS, At Garraway's, London, on Tuesday, May 12, at Twelve o'Clock, in one Lot, nrnE verv eligible FUEEHOLD ESTATE, Tithe free, and I Land- Ttx redeemed, called BELMONT PARK, near the Village of E AST- B A RN ET, and withinlO Milesof London comorising an elegant Family Residence, seated on a beautiful Eminence, commanding extensive Views ill all Directions, planned for a Family of the first Distinction, with Offices of all Descriptions, Lawns, and ( Measure Grounds, tastefully dis- posed, dry Gravel Walks, and thriving Plantations, excellent Kitchen- Garden, walled round, and well stocked with the finest Fruit Trees, Peach- House, two Graperies, Ice, House, Sec. ; Farm- Yard, and convenient Buildings, an Entrance Lodge, and Carriage Drive to the House, surrounded by upwards of S2 Acres of rich Meadow Land, in a Ring Fence, and U Acres'of Arable I. and ; held under the Crown for a long Term, at a triflrij! Rent The Whole forming an eligible Property for the Residence of i Gentleman's Family ; excellent Neighbourhood, good Roads and beautiful Rides in all Directions, and only 10 Miles from London.— May be viewed by Tickets; Particulars on the Pre- mis'es; at the Cat, East- Barnet; Red Lion, and Green Man Barnet ; Castle, Highgate: Cherry Tree, SoUthgate ; at Gar- raway's, and of Mr. Robins, Warwick- Street, Golden- Square, London ; where Tickets for viewing may be had, and a Plan of the Estate seen. To be SOLD bv A U C T I O N, By RICHARD SMITH, On Monday and Tuesday, the 18th and 19th Days of May, 1SI2, on the Premises, nnllE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, IMPLEMENTS or 8. HUSBANDRY, HOUSEHOLD - F U R N ITU RE, LINEN, BREWING and DAI RY- R EQUISITt S, and other EFFECTS, of Mr. GEORGE ELSTOW, late ofl RTHH NG- BOROUGH, Northamptonshire, deceased; consisting ot 41) Couples, 10 barren Ewes and Theaves, 75 Lambhogs, a Cow and Calf, two barren Cows, an In- calf Heifer, three young and useful Cart- Colts, a Cart- Mare and Horse, a promising Hack, ney, three Years old ( by Canterbury} ; a yearling Foa], a Pony, six Store- Hogs; two Narrow- wheel Waggons, a Six- inch- wheel Cart, a narrow Ditto, Ploughs, Harrows, Field- Roll, 12 Dozen Hurdles, Horse, Cow, and Sheep- Cribs, Harness for six Horses, Ladders, Troughs, Winnowing- Fan, Grain- Screen, Forks, Rakes, Sacks, a horse- Trough lined with Lead, Part of a Hovel ot Beans, Bushel, and other Implements in Hus- bandry; 4- Post, Bureau, and other Bedsteads, with Furnitures; Feather and Flock- Beds, Blankets, and Quilts; Chests of Drawers, Pierand Swing- Glasses, Dining and other Tables, ail 8- Day Clock, Bureau, Chairs, Kitchen- Furniture in general, 11 Pair of Sheets, and other Bui and Table- Linen; Brewing. Cop- per, Mash- Vats, Working Ditto, several sweet Hogsheads, Half- liogsheads, and other Casks, Tubs, Dairy- Requisites, aad a Variety of other Effects worthy the Attention of the Public. The Live arid Dead Stock and Implements in Husbandry will be sold the first Day's Sale, the Remainder the second; and the Sale will commenceeach Morning at Ten o'Clock. Herts.— Capital Freehold Family Mansion, Manor, and Estate, in the most beautiful Part of the County, within 16 Miles of London, principal Part Tithe Free, and Land- Tax redeemed, To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. ROBINS, At Garraway's, London, on Thursday, May 28, at Twelve o'Clock, in one Lot, rT1HE capital M ANSION, MANOR, or reputed MANOR I and ESTATE of WALL- HALL, the Property and Re- sidenceof the late G EO RG E WOODFORD THELLUfiSON Esq. M. P. deceased, situate near ALDENDAM, between Elstr e, Watford, and St. Albans, in a most beautiful and re. tired Part of the County of Herts, within lfi Miles of London Tlie Mansion is an elegant and spacious modern Building, with castlezed Roman Cement Front, of the best Taste and Work, manship, delightfullysituateon a gentle Eminence, commanding Prospects of great Beauty and Varietv, and containing ample Accommodation for a Family of the first Respectability, with well arranged Offices of all Descriptions, spacious Yards, ex- cellent Stabling for 10 Horses, Coach- House, & c; Lodging- rooms and Lofts over, a plentiful Supply of excellent Spring Water, and a large Reservoir for Rain Water; Lawns, Pleasure- Grounds, Shrubbeiies, and Plantations laid out with infinite Taste, two Kitchen Gardens, walled round, well stocked with the chbicest Fruit- Trees, Hot- Houses, Grapery, Peachery, Flower- Garden, Pheasantry, Dairy, Ice- House, spacious Farm- Yard, Bailiff's- House, and capital Farm Buildings of all De- scriptions, screened from the Mansion by Plantations.— The Mansion is surrounded by upwards of 230 Acres of excellent Pasture, Meadow, Arable, and Woodlands, laying particularly compact; the principal Part laid out in the Park Style, and ornamented with handsome Timber, and is approached by ex- tensive and beautiful Drives, also ornamented wjth handsome Trees and Plantations, with two Entrance Cottages and Gardens, & c. There are also two other Cottages, with Gardens, & c.— The Estate is bounded in Part by the River Colne, a fine Trout Stream, which, as well as an extensive Piece of clear running Water, branching from it, lately made at a great Expense, and winding beautifully through the Grounds, are in full View from the House. It is situate in a Neighbourhood of great Respecta- bility, and abounding with Game. The Whole is Freehold, and the greater Part Tithe- Free; the Land- Tax is redeemed — May be viewed, with Tickets, ar. d by applying to Mr. THOMAS SM ITH, the Bailiff, at Wall Hall, where Particulars may be had ; and at the Essex Arms, Watford; Red Lion, Elstree ; While Hart, Edgeware;. Abercorn Arms, Stanmore; White Hart', St. Albans; Bell, Hertford; ot Messrs. Oddie, Oddie, and Foster, Solicitors, Carey- Street, Lincoln's Inn ; Mr. Shaw, Architect, Gower. Street ; at Garraway's, and of Mr. Robins, Warwick. Street, Goldai- Sq. uare, London ; where a flan of the Estate may be seen. Wilmington IndoSurc. WE, the. undersigned Commissioners appointed to carry into Execution an Act of Parliament passed in the last Session of Parliament, intituled " An Act for inclosing Lands i. i WYMINGTON, in the County of Bc « " ord," do hereby give Notice, that w. e have set out and appointed the following Roads in Addition to those before set out, through and over the Lauds and Grounds by the said Act directed to be divided and inclosed, which are ascertained and marked out by Stakes ; and that we have caused a Map to be prepared, in which such intended Roads are accurately laid down and described, which is signed by us, and deposited with Mr. JOHN HODSON, of Wellingbo- rough, in the County of Northampton, our Clerk, for the In- spection of all Persons concerned ; and further, that a Meeting will be held by us, at the House of JOHN MEE, called or known bv the Name or Sign of the. CKEE. N DRACON, in HIGHAH- KEKRERS, in the said County of Northampton, on TUESDAY the second Day of JUNE next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Fore- noon, at which Time any Person or Persons who maybe injured or aggrieved In the setting out any such Roads, may attend and be heard. — Dated the second Day of April, one Thousand eight Hundred and twelve. . THOMAS EAGLE. SAMUEL SHARMAN. WELLINGBOROUGH BRIDLE ROAD. One Public Bridle- Road of the Width of fifteen Feet'from the North- westwardly End of the Village of Wymington, in a westwardly Direction, over the southward Side ot the Rector's Allotment, to John Wollaston's Allotment, and then in a north, uardly Direction over the eastward Side of the said John Wollaston's Allotment, and over another Part of the said Rector's Allotment, to the Lordship of Knuston. FOOTWAYS. Ircbester Footway.— One Public Footway of the Wid'h of six Feet, from an ancient Inclosure in the Parish of Wymington, belonging to John Wollaston, in a northwardly Direction, over Allotments to the said John Wollaston, and to Joseph Manton, and the Rector, respectively to the. Lordship of Kuuston aforesaid. Rusklen Foot- way — And one other Public Footway of the Width of six Feet, from an ancient inclosure, belonging to John Scriven, Esq. overall Allotment to the said John Scrive. t, in Middle- Field, to the Lordship of Rushden. PRIVATE ROADS. One Private Carriage and Drift- Road of the Width of thirty Feet from the northwardly End of the Village of Wymington, ina westwardJy Direction over the southward Sideof the lower Field, to an ancient Inclosure in Wymington aforesaid, belong, ing to Samuel Shvman, Esq. One other Private Carriage snd Drift- Roid of the Width of twenty Feet from the last described Private Road in the Rector's Allotment, ina southwardly Direction, to an ancient Inclosurs in Wymington afcresaici, belonging to John Wollaston. One other Private Carriage and Drift Road of the Width of twenty Feet from the firsC described Private Road in Joseph Manton's Allotment, in a southwardly Direction IO an apcient Inclosurein Wymington afores! i; d, belonging to Thomas Dexter. One other Private Carriage at d Drift Road of the Width of twenty Feet from the said first described Private Road in the said Joseph Manton's Allotment,, in a southwardly Direction, to an ancient Inclosure in Wymii'gton aforesaid, belonging to Saint John Livesay Wagstaffe, and ethers. One other Private Carriage Road of the Width of twenty Feet from the said first described Private . Road ir, the Rector's Allot- ment, in a northwardly Direction, to the Allotment set out tor a Public Gravel Pit. One other Private Carriage Road of the Width of twenty Fett from the southward End of the Rushden Public Road, over the southward End of an Allotment, tothesaid Saint John Livesay Wjgstaffe, and others, over Part of an Allotment, to John Scriven, Esq. and over Part of an Allotment lo Richard Hollist, Esq. to the Allotment set out iS » r a Public Stone Pit One other Private Carriage Road of the Width of twenty Feet from the End of i l. ane towards the eastward End of the Village of Wymington, over Part of an Allotment to John Scriven, Esq. and over T art of the said Allotment, to the said Richard Hollist, to the said Allotment set out for u Public Stone Pit. One other Private Cariiage and Drift Road of the Width of thirty Feet from the bed ford 1' ubjic Road in an eastwaidly Di- rection by Wymington, ancient Ir, clo « iresover Allotments to Thomas Clark, John Sci iven, and the Rector respectively to another Allotment ot the said John Scriven. And one other Private C ,' arriage and Drift Road of the Width of twenty Feet from the ' Turnpike- Road, in a South- eastwardly Direstion th ough Part of an Allotment to Ricltard Hollist, Esq. to an Allotment to John Sctiven, Esq The Northampton Mercury; and General Adveitisef for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, Ilufitingdon, Leicester, Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford. 3. BUSWEI. L, Plumber and Glazier, Church- Street, LuV. erworth, RETURNS his' grateful Acknowledgments to his Friends, for the liberal Encouragement he lias hitherto experienced, and trusts, by due Attention, to merit their future Support. N. B. ENGINE- PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, ISF. ER- MACHINES, and PATENT LEAD PIPES of all Descriptions. Lutterveorth, May 1. 1812. BHdUNSTOS , SU VI) A V SCHOOL. rpHE Public are respectfully informed, That on MAY A 19th, 1812j- A SERMON will be Preached in the " WESLEYAN iVlETHonisT ( HAVEL, I5RAUNSTON, by the Rev. C. SIMMONS, of Brackley, fo^ the BENEFIT of the SUN DA v SCHOOL. Service to brgin at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon. Royal British System of Education. AGeneral Meeting of Dhnors and Subscribers will be held nt the LANCASTRIAN SCHOOL, on M'EDN F. SU. I Y next, at Twelve o'Clock, to consider of the Propriety of extending the Advantages of this System of Education to the FEMALE YOUTII of the Town and Neighbourhood of NORTH AM PTjON, and for general Pur- poses connected w^ tli the Economy of the Institution. TO THE CLERGY. WANTF. P, A CURACY and TITLE for DE ACON'S ORDERS, in the Diocese of Peter liorongh. A Situation would be preferred where there is a tolerably pood House, as the Advertiser wishes for permanent Residence. Direct for P. 0. Po= t- Office, Peterborough. WANTED immediately, by a Member of the Royal College of Surgeor » « , in full Practice, in the Country, A YOUTH of Education and respectable Con- nections, as an APPRENTICE. Letters, Post- paid, addressed t » Mr. BELL, Printer, Oundle, Northamptonshire, will be duly attended to. " VTTANTED, A steady active LAD, about 15 or 16 * ' Years of Age, as an APPRENTICE to a GROCER For Particulars, enquire of R. HORNSBY, Northampton, if by Letter, Post- paid. WANTED, A steady active LAD, as an Apprentice to a GROCER, & c.— For Particulars, enquire of S. DAVISON, » fOlney$ if bv Letter, Post- pa'd. WANTED immediately, A stout active LAD, an APPRENTICE to an IRONMONGER, & c. For further Particulars, enquire of J. E. PALMER, Iron- monger, Oluey, Bucks. N. B. A Premium will he expected. that R. COM FIELD RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIEND ® , his next Lecture he will treat tin the SCIENCE CHYMISTRY. Horse- Market, Northampton, Jlfan 8th. 1812. STRAW M A N U FA CI F> R Y. GEORGE- R01F, NORTHAMPTON. EROBERT'S tespectfully begs Leave to acquaint • the Ladies < » f NORTHAMPTON and its Vicinity, and her Friends in general, that she has just received the S PR IN G FASHIONS from LONDON, which she assures thein are of the most approved- Pr'nciple and newest Palterus. LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY, Ike. W HOLES! I. K AND RKTAIL. WILLIAM BOYES, thankful for the numerous Favour's conferred on Ijiin by Ins Friends and the Public, most respectfully informs thein, he has just returned from LONDON, where he has laid in an unusually large^ As- sortment of entire Hew and fashionable Articles, adapted for the present Season; all which, in Consequence of the extreme depressed Slate of the Markets, he is enabled to offer consi- derably lower than at anv former Period. N. IS. The remaining Part of his WINTER STOCK is selling 00" at very reduced Prices. Stony- Stratford, May 1th. 1812. I To the GOVERNORS of the GENERAL INFIRMARY at NORTHAMPTON. Mil Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, ' Beg Leave to return my sincere Thanks for the liberal Assurances ofSupport which I received on offering myself as a Candidate for the Office of Surgeon in Ordinary to this Infirmary, vacant by the Death of the la » e Mr. Harden; but Considering the Pretensions of Mr. RUIISDELL, with respect to the Situation he lately held in this Infirmary, and the general Approbation of his Conduct in that Situation, as entitling him to your Support, induced me ti tender mv Resig- nation in his favour,' hoping on a future Vacancy to be favoured with your Interest and Support. I have the Honour to be, My Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Your most pbedient and devoted humble Servant. Northampton, May 9th, 1812. JOHN SLATER HALL. Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry. THE Gentlemen of the KETTERING TROOP are requested to assemble at ISHAM, on MONDAY MAY 18th, 18.2, at Half- past Ten.— The Troop will remain in Quarters at Kettering until Thursday the 21st inclusive. GEO. WATSON, Captain. Ljnen and Woollen Drapery, Haberdashery, anil Hosiery, WHOLESALE AND RETAII. RICHARD PEARSON SQU1RIIILL ( Successor to Mr. Dono), begs to acknowledge with Gratitude the Favours he has received from his Friend and the Public in genf ral; and at the same Time respectfully informs thein, he is just returned from LONDON, having purchased a Variety of Articles of the newest Fashion ; am ingst. which is a good As- sortment of tw ilied and plain Sarsnets, Merinos, Italiart Nets, fancy Muslins. Prints, rich Shawls, f incy Waistcoatings, & c. N. B. A YOU I'LL of respectable Connections is wanted an APPRENTICE; a Premum will be expected. Market- Square, Northampton, April2rilh, 1812. STONE- MASONS DESIROUS of contracting for REPAIRING and WIDENING the B R t I) G E between STONY- STRATFORD and OLD- STRATFORD, may be furnished With the necessary Information to ground their Proposals upon, by applying, by Letler, Post- paid, to Mr. BEV. HI, of Leighton, Beds. May Sth, 1812. To be S O L D by A U C T I O N, ~ At I. ONG- BUCK BY, on the Premises of the Rev. Mr. COLE, on Thursday Morniitg, May 14th, at lileven o'Clock, ACOCK of HAY, from SEVEN to EIGHT TONS. N. of Sale. jVP- 1 T 1 ai B. The Money to be paid for the Hay at the Time THE LINCOLN COMPANY. TLLLIA I RE, NORTHAMPTON. ROBERTSON, with the utmost Respect, announces to the Town of NORTHAMPTON and it" Vicinity, that he shall have the'Honour of OPENING the THEATRE, for a Season of S! X W E E K S ONLY, On Wednesday JVlav 13lh, 1312, when will be performed, Shakespear's Tragedy of MACBETH, KING OF ."• COTIAXB. END OF THE PLAY, The celebrated Song " The THORN," By Mr. SII AW. To which will he added the Farce of FORTUNE'S FROLIC. Doors opened : it Half- past Five, to begin a « Half- past Six. Mrs. ROBERTSON will have the Honour of making her Appearance in a few Days, in a principal Character. Days of playing, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturday s. tin WANTED immediately, A JOURNEYMAN PLUM BER, GLAZIER, ondPAINTER, who may have eon « tant Employ by applying to THOMAS HARRIS, Plumber,, Glazier, and Painter, Sheep- Street, Northampton. VITA NT ED, A good plain COOK.— A Person of • • clean, sober, and good managing Habits will receive j> ood Wages and Encouragement.— A middle- aged Woman would be preferred.— Enquire of the Printers. WANTED to purchase from20 to 30 Miles North, North- Ea « t, or North- West of London, A moderate « i? ed FAMILY HOUSE, with a walled Garden and suitable Offices, and not less than 20 Acres of Grass Land adjoining, and if the same Quantity of Arable it will be no Objection. It must be Tithc- free, Freehold, or Leasehold with a Fine certain. Letters, Post- paid, addressed to A. B. at Mr. WEBB'S, Stationer, Bedford, will be attended to. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. THE Creditors of MOSES GUPPY, of BADBY, in the County of Northampton, Horse- Dealer, who have executed the Deed of Assignment, are hereby informed, that they may receive a Dividend of Three Shillings in the Pound « MJ their respective Debts, by applying at the Bank of Messrs. Jtall & Oakden, in Davcntry, on or any Day after the 18th Day of May instant. Davcntry, May Sth, 1812. Fenny- Stratford Association, for the Prosecution if Robbers. NOTICE is hereby given, That the General Annual Meeting of this Association will be held at the House of Sfr. Iv^ NS, the SWA. V INV, nt Ftfw N V. STH AVPOHM, on Thursday next, the 14th instant, for inspecting the Treasurer's Account, a* d receiving of renewed Subscriptions. Dhnter on the Table at Two o'clock. GEORGE COOQII, Solicitor. Keurport- Pagnell, 1th May, 1812. BUCKINGHAM ASSOCIATION, For Protection of Persons and Properly. THE Annual Meeting of this Association will be held at the WIIITB IIABT INK, in BUCKINGHAM, on HONDAV the 18th Day of MAY instant, to piss the Trea- surer's Account, and transact other Business of the Society. ROBERT MILLER, Treasurer and Solicitor. Buckingham, 8th May, 1812. . LOS ' I', SUPPOSED to have been driven away in a drove going from NORTHAMPTON FAIR, on Monday last the 4th of May, TWO IN- CAI. F COWS, the Property of THOMAS TIMS, of Northampton.— One « if them is red- coloured with some white down her Back; the other is brindle- sided, has a white Face and some white down her Back. Whoever will give Information of the above Cows, so that they may be had again, will receive all reasonable Expenses attending them, and the Thanks of the said Owner. Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry. THF, Gentlemen of the WELLINGBOROUGH TROOP are requested to assemble on the MARKET- PLACE, in WELLINGBOROUGH, on MONDAY MAY 18th, 1812, at Half- past Ten.— The Troop will remain in Quarters until Thursday the 21st Instant inclusive. F- DICKINS, Captain. Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry. rjMIE BRACKLEY and CHIPPINGWAROEN JL' TROOPS are requested to meet for Exercise at FA n- TIIINGIIOE, on FRIDAY- the 22d of MAY Instant, at Ten o'Clock. W. R. CART WRIGHT, Lieut.- Colonel.* NORTHAMPTON, May Sth, 1812. The NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SOCIETY For the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church. AT a Meeting of the GENERAL COMMITTEE held this DaV, PR ES ENT, The Earl of NORTHA MPTON, in the Chair, To be S O I, I) bv - A U C I i 0 N, % Mr. KIRS HAW, On Thursday the 14th'Day of Ma/ instant, at the Half- Moon, in Grendon, in the County of Northampton, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, \ LL ' hat MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, with the Yard, fx. Garden, an I Appurteninces thereunto belonging, now in theOccupation of Sarah Gardner, situatein G R E N DON afore- said.— Also a Toft or Piece of GROUND adjoining, whereon lately stood a Messuage or Tenement. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JEVES, Solicitor, or the AUCTION E en, Northampton. Lord l. ilford Rev. Robert Baxter K. W. Biencowe. Esq. Rev. George Boulton Rev. J. L. Crawley Francis Dickins, Esq. Rev. E. Isham ' William Kerr, M. D. Rev. W. L. Maydwell R< 5V. w. Rev. S. W. Paul Hon. and Rev, F. Powys Rev. W. V. Robinson Rev. J. J. Rye Rev. John Seagrave Rev. Thomas Sikes Charles Smith, Esq. T. R. Thornton, Esq. Thomas Twining, Esq. s. WUles Cambridge / md Birmingham NEW POST COACH, THE RISING SUN, STARTED on MONDAY MAY 4th, 1812, from the George Inn, CAMBRIDGE, to the Castle Inn, High- Street, and Lamp Tavern, Bull- Street, BIRMINGHAM, and will continue to run from the above Inn, Cambridge, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning, at Six o'Clock ; and return from Birmingham every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Morning, at Five, by Way of Solihull, Knowle, Warwick, Leamington, Southam, Daventry, Weedon, North- ampton, Wellingborough, Thrapstwn, and Huntingdon, to Cambridge. Performed hy the Public's humble Servants, HENRY BROWNING, Cambridge; WM. CULLEN, Northampton; THOS. HEWLETT & Go. Birmingham; Who cannot be accountable for any Parrel, Passenger's Luggage, & c. above the Value of FIVE POUNDS, unless entered as sucli and paid for accordingly. N. B. Not accountable for Glass, China, or its Contents, on any Terms. , The Cambridge Coach will dine at the Angel. North- ampton, frmn whence the OXFORD COACH, immediately after Dinner will set off for that City, through Tnwcestcr, Brackley, and Bicester. ( FCF Passengers and Parcels bonked at Mr. SAMWBI. I.' S, Bridge- Street, Northampton, the New Northampton Coach- Office. To be LETT, And map be entered upon immediately, ALL ( hat compact and well - accustomed PUBLIC ROUS ft, the DAVENTRY ARMS, in the Borough of DAVE N'l'RY, with a small Close of I, and. For Particulars, enquire ot Mr. WM. GODRICH, Daventry aforesaid. To be LETT, In a pleasant Part of the Town of IVEL LING BO ROUGII, A Complete HOUSE for a small Family, lately fitttcd up with every Convenience. Outbuildings, Yard, Garden, Sic. Enquire at the Printing- Office, Wellingborough; it by Letter, Post- paid. N. B. To be entered upon at Midsummer next. Capital Oak Timber Sale. ( BARK, NOT INCLUDED). To be SOLD, On Monday May 18th, at the Sign of tloe Flame of Feathers, in F- verdon, near Daventry, •" TVTNETEF. N LOTS of Prime OAK TIMBER, with - i- N l. op and Tops ( excluding the Rark), now standing blazed ami numbered in KNICHTLIV'S WOOD, in the Parish ot I ART HI NCSTON E, in the County of Northampton. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN HUCHES, at tilt Dial House, Brockhall, or Mr. JOHN BIRD ( the Woodman), at I vfplan. freehold Cotiages, Milton- Bryant, near Woburn, Bedfordshire. To be S O L I) bv AUCTION, By T. WOOD, On Monday the lltli Day of May, 1H12, at the Greyhound 1' ohlic House, Milton- Bryant, precisely at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, in one or more Lots, as may be agreed upon at the Timeof Sale, SIX substantial FREEHOLD Brick- built COTTAGES or TENEMENTS, in the several Occupations of Henry Spacy, John F. avestaffe and others, at the Yearly Rent ot £ 3 per Annum each, with Barns an'. Gardens ther- to belonging, pleasantly situate in the Centre of MILTO N - B R Y A N T aforesaid. May he viewed by applying on the Premises; and further Par. tictilars may be known of Mr. EAGLES, Solicitor, Ampthill; or Mr. WOOD, Land- Agent, & c. Leighton- Buzjatd. Bedfordshire eligible Copyhold and Freehold Estate, ' To be SOLD by AUCTION, By T. WOOV, IN LOTS, On Tuesday the 26th of May, 1R12, at the Eagle and Child Inn, l. eighton- Buzzard, precisely at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon ; CtOMPRISING 59 Acres two Roods of Arable, Lev, ' Meadow, and Pasture Land, Iving dispersed in the fertile Fields of HI l. l. I NGTO N and ST. A ND HRIDG E, near Leigh- ton- Buzzawi, now in the Tenure of tile Proprietor, and imme- iiliatc Possession may be had. May be viewed by applying to Mr. FRANCIS SCOTT, Billing- ton, of whom Particulars may be had ; Messrs. WILLI*, Soli- citor", or Mr. Woon, Land- A gent. Sec. Leighton- Buzzard iiuikingtiamsliiie truly desirable Freehold Estate, To be S O L D by A U C T I O N, By T. WOOD, At the Ceorge Inn, I. ittle- Krickhill, Bucks, unless disposed of by Private Contract; C^ OMPRISING a most convenient Farm- House mid J requisite Out- buildings, together with 90 Acres of Tii.' ie. free Sward and Arable. Land, most pleasantly, as^ well as --• dvantageously situate in the Parish of BO W. BRICK HI LL, in the County of Buckingham, now in the Tenure of Mr. Eoddily, at a Rent capablc of increase. Possession may be had at Michaclqijs next. ForaViewof the Estate, aoply to Mr. BODDILY; and to treat for the sains, apply to Mr, WOOD, Land. Agent, & c Leighton- Buzzard, CAPITAL LIBRARY. K1RLV IK JCPRE, Will be SOLD bv AUCTION, By i. COMBE, ytl the ASSEMBLK? ROOHS, LEICESTER, ALIBRARY of choice and valuable BOOKS; comprising, with many others equally rare, Dugdale's Warwickshire Baronage, and St. Paul's ; Strype's Memorials, Annals and Lives; Chauncy's Hertfordshire ; Rudder's Gloucestershire Thoroton's Nottinghamshire; Pennant's London, Wa'es, and Scotland ; Rushworth's Collections, 8 Vols.; BayleV Dictionary, 10 Vols. ; Macklin's Bible, fine Impressions, bound in Russia ; Basket's Bible, Sec. tic., the Whole firming an uncommonly fine Collection ot th^ best English, French, and Italian Authors, and worthy the Attention of literary Collectors. Thev are all the Property ot a Gentleman, and are brought to Leicester for the Convenience of Sale. Catalogues ta he had of the Booksellers in Northampton. Live, ami Dead Farming- Slock, and Effects, To be SOLD by AUCTION, . By JOHN DAY 4' On Wednesday the I3th Af May, 1812, on the Premises of Mrs. TAYLOR,' Widow, at NORTH- C R A W LE Y, near New port- Pagnell, Rucks ; riMIE STOCK comprises one capital Six- year- old Waggon 1. or Cart- Hot^ e, one In- foa! Mare, and one other Mare,' one very useful Five- year- old H. irse for riding or drawing, two yearling Colts, one Cow and Calf, one In- calf Ditto, and two new Milch Ditto, 30 very good Couples, and 30 Teg Sheep, two Sows with Pigs, and two In- pig Yelts; one Waggon, one Six- inch and two Narrow wheel Cafts, Gears for six Horses, Drag and Small Harrows two Field- Rolls, Ploughs, Cow and Sheep Cribs, Hog- Troughs, Hurdles, Ladders, Cart- Ropes, Forks, Rakes, & c. — Also some Lots of Household- Furniture. The Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock precisely. Freehold Messuage, Ludbrouk, Warwickshire. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By T. MAM1N, At the Bell Inn, in Ladbrook, in the County of Warwick, on Wednesday the 13th Day ot Mav, 1S12, at Five o'Cloek in the Afternoon, unless disposed ot in the mean Time by Private Contract, of wh'ch due Notice will be given, ALL that FREEHOLD Brick, slated, and sashed MES- SUAGE or DWELLING - HOUSE, situate in the pleasant and healthy Village of LADI1ROOK, with a walled Garden, Orchard, Co. ich- House. Coal- House, and Stabling for three Hotses, thereunto adjoinv. g and belonging, late in the Occupation of the Proprietor, Mrs. Marv Burgess, deceased ; containing in the Whole 3- 4thsof an Acre ( more or less). The House and Offices are newly built, and no Expense has been spared to m ike them complete and comfortable ; on the Ground Floor there are two neat Parlours, Kitchen, back Kitchen, Cellar, and Pantry ; on the first Floor two good Bed- Rooms, with a neat Dressing- room; and over these are two Attics equally good fin all of which- are neat Grates), which, with the Fixtures, may be taken at a Valuation ;— there are also two Bed- Rooms tor Servants, over the bjck Kitchen. The House is not far distant from the Church, and the Situation in other Respects is particularly rural and pleasant, distant two Miles from Southam, where there is a daily Post ; seven from the celebrated l. eimington Spa, .11 from Warwick, 12 from Banbury, and 15 from Coventry, all good Market Towns. N. B. A Coach to and from London to each of the above Places passes the Door three Times a Week. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. 1' HOS. ARCHER, at the Bell, Ladbtook. A Person in the House will shew the Premises. On the two following Days will be SOLD by AUCTION, on the P. e: n; ses, All the HOUSEHOLD. FURNITURE of the said Mrs. BURGESS; consisting of an extensive. nea\ and valuable Selection; comprising Four- post Mahogany. Bedsteads, with neat Furniture; fine masoned Goose Feather- Beds, Mattresses, Wilton and other Blankets, Counterpanes, and Bed- Covers, Bed- Room and Pa'lour Carpeting. Mahogany and Fancy Chairs, Wash- Stands, Dressing- tables, Dressing- glasses, double and single Chest of Drawers and Hook- Case, with a Quantity of printed Books, upon various Subjects; neat Sofa, fashionable Parlour- Chairs, Fire- Screens, Card. Side and Claw- fables, a . modern Set ot Mahogany Dining- tables, with circular Ends, rich Wood ; Pier- Glasses in burnished Gold Frames ot large Dimensions; Pier- Barometer; with an Assemblage of neat China, tjlass, Staffordshire and Queen's Ware. Kitchen- Requi- sites, seasoned Casks, and numerous other Effects, which will be expressed in printed Particulars, and distributed at ( he prin- cipal Inns in Southam, Coventry, Daventry, Warwick, Barbury, Ladbrook, aiad by the Auctioneer, in Southam. The Report of the Sub- committee, to whom it was referred to enquire into the best Mode of establishing a Central School in the Town ot Northampton, was delivered in and read, of which the following is an Extract: — " Your Sub- committee have continue), conformably to the Instructions given them it their last Meeting, their best En. deavours to obtain the Object assigned them ; and now proceed to state, that a Set of Premises to which your Sub committee referred in their Statement at the last Meeting, appear to them well calculated to meet the Projects and Wishes of the Society ; and the more indeed your Sub- committee have examined the same the stronger is the Impression on their Minds of their Saitablc- ness to the designed Institution. These Premise-, all in good Repair, situated in St. Giles's- Street, were lately in the Occu- pation of Mr. Oakley, and consist of a convenient Dwelling- House, with a capacious detached Building, hitherto us~ d as a Chapel, of the Dimensions of— in Length 85 Feet 8 Inches, in Breadth 20 Feet 9 Inches, and in Height 17J Feet ; containing 739 Square Feet and T Inches; which, in its actual State, they imagine might be equal to receive from 140 to 150 Children; and as there are, adjoining and belonging to these Premises, two Pieces of Ground on the North End and on the East Side, the said Building would be hereafter capable of Enlargement to a considerable Extent. Your Sub- committee with Confidence also look to a Facility of procuring, beside the Entrance' in St. Giles's- Street, a separate Access hereunto, which would render it very complete ; so much so indeed, that it could scarcely have been expected that Premises so suitable ready at Hand could have been discovered. Nothing, therefore, but a Consideration of the Price required forthese Premises, viz. .£ 1,000, could restrain your Sub- committee from proposing, in the strongest Manner, the Purchase of the same. Not that they deem that Price otherwise than fair and moderate i n itself, but viewing it in Relation to the State of the Society's Finances, they arc not without an Apprehension lest, on such a Comparison, the laying out of so large a Sum of Money on this Occasion may be thought an Infringement on the general Funds, to the Accom modation of this Town and Neighbourhood at the Expense of the other Towns and Districts in the County. The Consi- deration that it is Money advanced to make a Beginning by esta blishing a Central School willdoubtlesscarry great Weight with it; and further they conceive it not unlikely, that if the Pre- mises in Question should, on this Reporrr or on further Exa- mination, be found as eligible as they appear to your Sub- com- mittee, that some Measures may suggest themselves to the General Committee to obviate, or in a considerable Degree to diminish, the Objection as to Expense here pointed out; your Sub. committee, however, felt it incumbent on them that this Intimation should accompany this their Report." On the Consideration of which Report, in order to obyiare the Objection of laying out so large a Sum of Money in a i'ur chase, to which the Attention of the General Committee was particularly directed by that Report, it was suggested tint Tontine should be entered into, with a View of the Society's renting, insteadof purchasing, the Premises in St. Giles's- Street so strongly recommended to their Notice by the Report of the Sub- committee, and the Tontine so proposed was immediately filled up. Resolved,— That the Thanks of this Meeting fee given to the Sub- committee, for their very accurate and satisfactory Report and also to the Rev. W. S. Willes, for his Suggestion of Tontine. Resolved,— That the Sub- committee be requested to proceed on Treaty for the Purchase of the Premises aforesaid, and report their Proceedings to the next Meeting of this General Committee ResultW,--- That a Central Committee he appointed for til Establishment and Regulation, in the first Instance of the Central School, and that such Committee do consist of Lord Conipton, Rev. R. Baxt'r, R. W. Biencowe, Esq. E. Bou verie, E- q. Mr. Gates. Dr. Kerr, H. Locock, Esq. P. I. uard, Esq. R. Mainvvaring, Esq. Rev. S. Parkins, Rev. Partington, Rev. J. J. Rye, T. S. W. Samwell, Esq. Rev, Seagrave, Charles Smith, Esq. dir. Smyth, Esq. Rev. Stoddart, S. Tibbits, Esq. Rev. C. H. Tuffnell, Rev. E Watkin, and of the Worshipful the Mayor and Justices of the Town, being Subscribers. Resolved,— That it be left to the Sub- committeeto call the first Meeting of the Central Committee. Resolved,— That the Central Committee, which is to be sum moned by the Sub- committee, be enabled to call a Meeting ot the General Committee, previous to the Day of Adjournment, if they see fit. Resolved,— That it be left to the Sub- committee to take im mediate Measures for the providing of a proper Master for the Central School. Resolved,— That it be requested of the Members of the General Committee to hold Meetings within their respective Districts, and that the following Points be referred to them: 1st. to con siller of and to collect Information as to the most eligible Places for the Establishment of Schools in their respective Districts 2dly, to a- certain what are the N umber, Situation, and Circum stances, of the present endowed Schools within the same ; and to make their Report to the next Meetingof the General Committee. Resolved,— That the Western Division do meet at the Wheat Sheath Daventry, on Thursday the 28tll Instant, at Twiilve o' Clock. Resolved,— That the Eastern Division do meet at the White Hart, Kettering, on Monday the 25th Instant, at Twelve o'Clock. Resolved,— That ' his General Meeting do now adjourn to the Day preceding the next Midsummer Sessions. ROBERT BAXTER, Secretary. Valuable Effects. To be SOLD bv AUCTION, By Mr. KliiSHA W, AT HIS COMMODIOUS AUCTION ROOMS, THE GOAT I. VX, NORTH < VFT0JV, Further Particulars of which will appear in a future Paper, AValuable ASSORTMENT of JEWELLERY, DIAMOND E Aft- K I NOS, GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, Suites of PEARLS, SNUFF- BOXES, Table and Dessert SPOONS, LADLES. GRAVY- SPOONS, M EAT- SK EW E RS, PUNCH ' ADLES, Sec. & c. Likewise, a Quantity of Damask Table- Cloths and Napkins, Huckaback Ditto, tine Holland Sheets, Pillow- Cases, See. Sec. Also a Quantity of HO US E HO LD- FU RN1TU RE ; con- sisting of Mahogany Feet, reeded, and carved Four- post Bed- steads, a Sofa, Cellaret- Side- Board, Mahogany Chairs, Bureaus, Feather Beds. Mattresses, japanned Chairs with various useful Articles, LONDON, May 8. Wm- Department, May 8. Defeat of the French advanced Guard— Advance of Lord Wellington to Castile. DISPATCHES have been received from the Earl of Wellington, dated Niza, 16th April. General Soult had collected bis army at Villa Franca on the 8th of April, but bearing there of the. fall of Badajoz, he retreated in the night towards Andalusia. His rear was closely followed bv the British cavalry under Sir S. Cotton, who came up with 2,500 of the enemy's horsp early on the evening of the lltli, near Villa Garcia. Sir S. Cotton fell upon them with two brigades, commanded by Major- Gen. Le Marchant, aud Colonel Ponsonbv. [' he French were overthrown, and driven in great con' fusion to Llerena. They sustained a verv considerable loss in killed and wounded, and we made about 150 prisoners. Oil the part of the British, 50 were killed and wounded. Amongst the latter is Major Prescott, of the Sth Dragoon Guards ( slightly) and Lieutenant Walker, of the same regi- ment ( severely.) ' Great praise is bestowed upon Sir S. Cotton, Major- Pen Le Marchatit, Colonels Ponsonby and Hcrvev, Major Pre* cott, and other officers. The enemy's force retreated oil the 11th from Llerena and have entirely evacuated Estremadura. Lord Wellington had not heard from General Ballasteros. The Count de Penne Vjllamar bad approached Seville by the right of the Guadalquiver, and had skirmished with the garrison upon the 5- th, and obliged them to retire within their wot ks. Lord Wellington had accounts from Ciudad Rodrigo up to the 9. h, when the eueinv still kept the place blockaded, but had made no attack-. They had not repeated their visit to Almeida, where they suffered some loss in a reconnois- sance upon the 3d pf April. On the 7th most of Marmout's troops moved from near Ciudad Rodrigo towards Sabngal, and their advanced guard entered Castel Brancoon the 12th, but evacuated it before day- light OH the 14th, when Gen. Aeten's hussars and Col. Lccor's brigade of militia entered the town. Lord Wellington is moving towards Castile, and his ad- vanced guard- reachad Castel Bianco, oil the 16th. The General Committee of this Society think it necessary to lav before the County a few Observations upon the Nature and Extent of their Scheme, in order to obtain for it the general Support which it will require. In the Outset of this Work of Charity it can lia'dly be neces- sary for them to declare, that it is undertaken in no Spirit of Hostility or Exclusion towards any Description of their Fellow Christians. But it may be ptoper also to state, that it is not intended to act in Opposition to any Establishment for the Edu- cation of the Poor which already exists. The Society would earnestly desire that the Benefits of it should extend to the Children of every Poor Persen within the Countv ; and their Object is to accomplish this with the least possible Expense either ot Time or Money. But they must ntt conceal froni themselves, and it is their Desire to impress upon all who are their Well- wishers, the Greatness of the Work which they have ill Hand. This extensive County includes upwards ef 350 Parishes, and it is hoped that all, or the greater Number, of these will, either singlv, or together with others, be ultimately placed within Reach of a • well- regulated free School. It can require no other Statement to shew that however liberal the original Subscriptions have been, yet the Scheme cannot go forward with complete Success without a much larger Fund, arid particularly of Annual Donations. An eminent Divine in the Metropolis declared from the Pulpit, that it every Person in London who could afford it, would subscribe One Guinea yearly, it would ensure the complete Success of the Plan throughout the Kingdom. Let this Opinion be applied throughout our County, and there can be no Doubt of our Success. The General Committee therefore do earnestly request that the Parochial Clergy, to whom they look as the necessary, and most effectual Support ot this Society, will employ such Means of Recommendation and Influence with their Parishioners, either by preaching or otherwise, aSthey may judgethemost efficacious in procuring their general Assistance, in Conformity with the Recommendation ot the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, conveyed by a Letter to the Chairman of thit Committee. A Lisbon mail arrived this morning, with Portuguese papers to the 10th ult. According to the latest accounts from the army, Earl Wellington was marching to the North, for the purpose of compelling Marmont, who was at Frey- nadn, to tetire. Our cavalry had had a brush with that of Soult, near Usagre, in which 100 of the enemy were killed, and 300 taken prisoners. The Lisbon Papers bring a con- firmation of the entrance of Ballasteros into Seville, but add, that the Spaniards bad beftn obliged to evacuate that city, in consequence of Soult having fallen back. The accounts received at Lisbon from Cadiz, say nothing of the French having quitted their lines before that place. Two Anholt Mails arrived this morning, by which intel- ligence of great importance has been received. By letters from Gotteriburgh of the 2d inst. it appears that the French and Russian armies are now in motion. The latter is de- scribed as consisting of 400,000 of the best disciplined troops in the world ; and it is added, that since the peace of Tilsit, DO pains have been spared, on the part of Russia, secretly to prepare the troops for another campaign against France. T he Emperor Alexander, before quitting his capi- tal for the Army, solemnly declared to the Senate, that he would hold no personal intercourse whatever with Bona- parte in future, but at the bead of Ijis troops. Sir James Saumarez, has arrived at Gottenburgh with bis fleet, and has inspired the Swedes with additional confidence in the good intentions of Great Britain. The Journalists are very clamorous on the subject of the capture of Swedish merchantmen, by French pr vateers, and seem to ivish to excite the indignation of their countrymen against France for these depredations. A heavv firing yvps heard yesterday morning from the Fremh coast. It was not known whether it was a saluce, or the tiring of the batteries « r flotilla upon some of our cruisers, it is not improbable that Bonaparte might visit the coast before he proceeded to his army, and that this may be a salute in honour of his visit. Wednesday, Csurt of King's Bench; the King v. the Justices of Gloucester.— This case was an application made by Mr. Gurney to the Court for a mandamus to the Justices of the county of Gloucester, commanding them to admini- ster the oaths to certain persons who wished to act as Mi- nisters of dissenting congregations. The Rule for the Mandamus was made absolute. PRIC E " r^ Ts fOCKS. Bank Stock 3 per Cent. Red. „ j per Cent. Cons 4 per Cent. Cons... 5 per Cent. Navy .. Omnium Cons, for » c ] 62J • On the 27tli ult. in the 55: h year of her a.' e, M irv4 \ yife « !' Mr. Thomas Kitelec, m" Castle- Thorpe, Bricks. On Wednesday last, very sincerely lamented by a! t her family and friends, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Obarles Marion Welstead, Esq. of Kiirtbolton, Saturday last, Mr. Needhatn, butcher, of Warwick. Thursday last, after a long il'ness, Mis. Bivoks, wife of Mr. John Brooks, attorney, of Aylesbury, Buclis. ——— On Wednesday the Rev. John Watt « , of this town, instituted bv the Lord Bishop of Peterborough, to the vica- rage of Pattisball, in this county, on the presentation of the Lord Chancellor. On Wednesday last, the election terminated at West- minster School, when Messrs. Lloyd, Curtis, Longlej, Robinson, and Wilson, were elected Students of Christ church, Oxford; and Messrs". Bennett, Ormgbv, and Torr, Scholars of Trinity college, Cambridge.— Elected into St. Peter's college, Westminster; Messrs. Williams, Nash, Bourne, Duudas, King, Lambard, Williams, Cox, and Wyld. We have the satisfaction to state, that at I he last quarterly court of the Governors of the General Infirmary in this town, Books to a considerable amount were presented by Earl Spencer, Grand Visitor, and the Earl of Northampton, Perpetual President, for the use of the Medical Library- belonging to that institution. Such munificent and va- luable presents are the highest testimonies of the estimation in which the Charity is held by those most competent to appreciate its excellence.—- In addition to the above, flintier donations were received from Lord Compton, and J. VV. Blencowe, Esq. This day Mr. Rudsdell was elected one of t'< e Surgeons io Ordinary to the General Infirmary, in this town, in the room of the late .1. Harden, Esq. On Thursday and yesterday the Western Regiment of Local Militia of this county, l.' IOO strong, undt; r the com- mand of Lieutenant- Colonel Clarke, marched in: o this town from Daventry, for 14 days'training and exercise. A meeting of the. inhabitants of Leicester took place on Monday se'nnight, at the Exchange, for the relief of the poor, when upwards of ^ 1000 was almost immediately subscribed. We have been favoured with the perusal of a letter from a Gentleman of consequence in London, addressed to a Gentleman of this town, from which with permission we make the following extract: " It is in consequence of your liberal subscription at Leicester, that I am induced to send you the glad tidings, of a fleet of 100 sail, being laden with wheat, and by this time I should hope, safe anchored off Hull. By letters received yesterday, from that quarter, two ships arrived. This fleet came through the Belt, convoyed by Swedish frigates. ' 1 hese supplies for the Poor, as well as the Rich, were sent fromltussia, who, sensible of the rapa- cious hand of Bonaparte, had foresight enough to deprivn hinrof the means of reducing us to the want of bread. But I hope and trust, by good management, we shall hold out till the ensuing harvest. We cannot he too grateful to the Giver of all good for such favors bestowed upon us."— Leicester Journal The Bishop of Litchfield always relieves 100 poor families at Eceleshall, with potatoes and soup weekly during the winter. In consequence of the present scarcity, his Lord- ship lias ordered a continuance of this bounty during the months of May aud June, and that one shilling may be placed in each allotment of Potatoes weekly during those months. On Saturday last, a troop of horse artillery, with five pieces of cannon and a mortar, went from Weedon barracks, near this town, and arrived at Coventry in the evening, an. i on Sunday morning pursue J- their route for Manchester ani that neighbourhood. Astronomers, it is well known, hava the power of di- recting their telescopes to a star or planet at any time in the day or night; and we are credibly informed by a Gentleman professionally engaged in astronomical observations, thac the planet Venus may now be distinctly seen bv the naked eye, during the brightest sunshine, although it has not vet arrived at that part of its orbit IU which it will shine with the greatest lustre. Another attempt has' been made to destroy Sydney College, Cambridge, by some incendiary, who obtained ad- mission into an upper room by forcing a padlock with which the door was secured ; the fire was discovered about two o'clock on Sunday morning, and fortunately extinguished, though not till damage to the amount of <£ 500 was sustained. A loft, containing a great quantity of tar and pitch was within a few yards of the part where the fire was discovered, a great part of the town would have been involved in ruins had the flames communicated to it. A rigid examination is to take place of every person within the College, beginning with the superiors, that none may be offended at being per- sonally interrogated. This town, we have the peculiar satisfaction of observing, continues to enjoy a state of uninterrupted tranquillity, arrd there is no reason to apprehend any return of insubordination, We have had a very considerable influx of soldiers; ihe Bucks Militia, 300 strong, with two field- pieces attached, commanded by Col. Young, and the Berkshire, 600, under Lieut.- Col Ravenshaw.— Manchester Mercury, May 5. On Sunday last Mr. Oldknow, a man very much respected in the town of Nottingham, during the absence of bis wifu from home at church, destroyed two of his children, one aged five years, the other only nine months, by cutting their throats, after which he put a period to his own life with a pistol. On Tuesday last an inquisition was held nt Aylesbury, on the body of William Johnson, a labouring man, who w as killed by a fall from a tree while in the act of taking some ooks, ou Sunday morning, between one and two o'clock ; he fell upon an oak stick, which occasioned his instant death.— He has left a wife arid four small children. Oil Monday last, 1). T. Myers, a tradesman of considerable property at Peterborough and Stamford, convicted of an unnatural Crime, was executed pursuant to It s sentence at the former place. Much intercession had been made on hit behalf to the Prince Regent, but without effect. It is much hoped that the example thus made, may tend towards the extermination of a crime that excites the utmost horror and detestation, and tends to brutalize the human race. Sat. | Mon Tu. Wed: Thu. Fri. 23; 1 I 230H 229J 60* 61* SlJStH- S0i 6t) j, 60 « 62 61* 64 6I « 6H MI MM M 74* 92 9ii 91* 915 9l « 91* —~ —. 2* d 62* 62* 61j 6 U 614 ds 3s. 1 P- lixc. Bills, 2p. Donations. Amount of Donations and Subscriptions before advertised >£ 1,751 13 Annual Subscriptions. 0 =£ 365 11 0 Sir John Palmer 21 0 0 0 0 0 Rev. James Ord 0 0 0 2 2 0 Rev. Dr. Young ... 0 0 0 2 2 0 Rev. Thomas Thomas ........ 0 0 0 1 1 0 l> owa? cr Lady Lilford 0 0 0 2 2 0 Misses Powys' 0 0 0 3 S 0 Rev. Thomas Holdich 0 0 0 1 1 0 Rev. Henry Portington 2 0 0 1 1 0 Rev. R. II. Knight 110 110 NORTHAMPTON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9. ->*< BIRTH.] On Saturday last, the Lady of Charles Clement Adderley, Esq. of Knighton Lodge, Leicestershire, of a daughter. M ARRIED.] On Tuesday se'nnight, at Bath, Richard Jones, Esq. of PoulstOne, Herts, to Maria, daughter of the late S. Brand rain, Esq. of Lee Grove, Kent. Tuesday last, at Oadby, Leicestershire, Mr. J. Johnson, of Sutton iu the Elms, Broughton parish, farmer, to Miss Norman, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Norman, of Oadby. Thursday last, Mr. Wood, ofTowcester, in this county to Mrs. Haddon, of the Goldsmith's anus, in this town. DIED.] On the 2oth ult. in London, after a very long and afflicting illness, supported with exemplary patience and resignation, in the 81st year of his age, John Walker, Esq, principal of the Corporation of Curators in Chancery man of great piety and virtue, and much r « » pected by his relations aud friends. Com- Exchange, London, Friday, Jllny 8. Wednesday we had some fresh arrivals of Wh. at from the counties on the coast, with one ship from the Baltic More being expected, the Mealing Trade was dull, and without almost any sal*-, effected. This day, Friday, we had some more Wheat in from North Britain, which, with a little on hand, provoked no disposition in our buyers to purchase, and prices were held 3s. per quarter lower than on Monday. Barley Is. Malt 3-. f- T quarter cheaper. Old Beans, and Ticks, ot the best quality, were named rather liigh r than quoted oa Men- day. Some fresh arrivals of Oats have operated to lower the price of that article Is. and 2s. per quarter. Northampton Wheat 12Ss. Od. tolSSs. Od. Rye 81s. Od. to 9fi>. Od. Barley.. . SSs. Od. to 7.5s. Od Oats 47s. Od. to 49s. Od Bv the Standard Measure. — Saturday. Beans s. 0d. to — 5. Od. NewBeans — s. ( Id. to64s. Od. l'eas . . ..— s. Od. to — s. Od. Leighton- Buzzard— Tuesday lust. Per Load of five Bushels. Wheat .. 80s. Od. to 8Ss. Od. | Keans. .4%. Od. to 4Rs. Od. Rye — s. Od. to 50s. Od. | HogPeas44s. Od. to 50s. ( W. Per Quarter. Barley.. 63s Od. to 70s. Od. | Oats .. 50s. Od. to 56s. Od. Market- Harborvugh— ' Vuetdny lust. Wheat .. 127s. 6d. tol47s. Od. Barley ...— s. Od. to — s. Od. New Beans70s. Od. to 74s. Od. By the customary Measure. Old Beans - « , s. Od. to — s. Od. Oats — s Od. t,. — s. 0d- NewDitto 43s. 01. to 45s. Od. Duventru— Wednesday last. Wheat .. 126s. Od. t> 140s. Od. Rye — s. 0< 1. to — s Od. Barley ... 70s. Od. to 78s. Od. By the customary Measure. Oats 40s. Od. to 50s. Od. Beans ... 64s. Od. to 70s. Od. Pease — s. Cd. to 66s. Od. 0J. Banburi/, Thursduy last. Per Bushel.' Wheat., 17s. Od. to 20s. Cd. I Hog Peas — s. Od. to • Beans... 8s. Od. to 9s. 6d. | Per Quarter. Barley .. 74s. Od. to 80s. Od. | Oats . .. 50s. Od. to 6Js. QJ. Bread 2s. lOd. the Half- peck. Flour UOs. per Sack. LIST of M. Tu. W. T. V. M. Tu. W. Til. F. :< iy 11, to May 23, valhui the Circuit of this Paper. May 11. Hinckley, Stamford, and Southam. 12. Little- Hrickhill, Leicester, Litchfield. Store- on- the- TVould, Towcester, Warwick, l^ endover. —- 13. Silsoe. 14. Nuneatan, and Stratford- on- Avon. • le. Elstotu, Beds, and Hug by. IS. Alcester, Ani- rsham, Uerkhamstead, Oundle. 19. Ashhy- de- la- Zoitch, llrailes, Lei. ghtun- Uuzzard, Shefford, and Yard ley. 20. Maidenhead, Market- Peeping, fVellingborough* St. Iluckingham, Birmingham, and Odtil. 22. DunstabU. i Th a Northampton Mercury;, and General Advertiser for the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, EuckmgUairi, II intitigilon. Leicester, Warwick, Ox. ford, and Hertford. THE SAILOR'S DEATH SONG. OH, ye ! who can fancy a Sailor's emotion When shorn of the stiii- hearm that cherish'd his heart, As toss'd on the waves of the perilous ocean, No visson of Hope can a comfort impart ! Remember the kindred we now are deploring; Our wives and our children ! remember them all, By Charity's balm, oh ! lie hourly restoring The pleasures they lost by the Mariner's fall. Remember ! how oft on the mountainous billows For you we have c/ mnted ihe moments of night, That \ ou might enjoy, undistinb'tk on your pillows, The magical dreams of ideal delight We die for our cduntry, with proud exultatioD, Yet sorrowful seems it to visit no more The friends we have thought of in f. md expectation, Of meeting so soon on uur peaceable shore! Though de « tin'd awhile frohi those blessings to sever, And trav* se the merciless waves of the main, Ah little we fancied our vessel would never Tier ensign display to old England again. Farewell, my dear country ! no skill can restore us, The next foaming billow our misery ends, It comes 1 But the angels of mercy assure us Each Briton will cherish our Kindred and Friends 1 — VVSXS. S.\ VVVW—-— UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGE. May i. Mr. Henry Rose, B. A. of Clare hall, was yesterday elected a Fellow of that society. OXFORD, Mav 1. On Thursday last the following Gen- tlemen were admitted to degrees:— Bachelor in liivinitg— The Rev W. Jones, Fellow of Jesus college, and Chaplain in liis Majesty's navy, by Decree of Convocation.— Bachelor in Civil Law— The Rev. G. Ridoirt, of Baliol college.— Masters tif Arts— The Rev. J. N. Pigott, of Worcester and the Rev. B. Ridlings, of Lincoln college.— Bachelors of Arts — Mr. R. Baker, of Melton; Mr. R. Lampen and Mr. Wm. C. Hill, of Exeter; Mr. J. Davies, of Worcester; Mr. J. O. Crewe, of Brasenose; Mr. G. Bridges, of Trinity; and Mr. T. Beckley, of New college. ^ wxxyvv^ v^*^— and language are known, but " unto al! that divell on the earth, to every nation, and kindred, and tougue, and people." Wherever the footsteps of civilization can be traced, there will men read,, in their own tongue, the wonderful works of God. In the conteiii plation of these things, I am struck with a degree of admiration and astonishment which 1 cannot ex- press. I would venture to Itorrow the words of that sacred book, which it is the object of this meeting to dispense to all men, and inquire, " Who bath heard such a thing? Who hath seen such. things .'" " Ask now of the days that are past since the day that God created man upon the earth, and asK ffcrnn the one side of heaven unto the other, whether there hath been any such thing as this great thing is, or hath been heard like it!" Except the day of Pentecost, I know of nothing to compare with it. The temple of Truth has been founded and built up in Britain: but the light is streaming through every outlet to all the regions of the world. It has penetrated the hut of the shivering native of Labrador- it has cheered the dwelling of the poor Hindoa. The glory of the Lord is visiting his Church; from every quarter the Gentiles are " coming to her light, and kings to the brightness of her rising. The consoling declarations of the prophets appear, even io these days of conflict, to be fast approaching their completion; the brightest visions of our poets seem on the point of being realised, when, " The dwellers in the vales and on the rocks " Shout to each other, and the mountain tops " From distant mountains catch the flying joy, " Till, nation after nation taught the strain, " Earth rolls the rapturous Hosanna round." Thursday, April 30, the State Lottery finished drawing: the following Capital Prizes were sold in 64 Shares by To COVER this Season, 1812, At HA li L. E ST ON- PARK., near Northampton, At Tiro GVIHKAS ihe MARB, and Five Shillings the Groom, ' TMIORN.- MIe was got by Bemugbrough, Grand Sire, A King Fergus, by Eclipse; his Dam Coustantia, by Wal- nut; his Grandam, Contessina, by young Marske ; his great Grandam, Tuberose, by Herod, out of Grey Starling, by Old Starling. THOR> is full 15 Hands high, perfectly good tempered, sound and free from Blemish. The Money to be paid at the Time of Covering. N. B. Most of. the Mares put to Thorn last year have proved IN FOAL. RVO COVER, this Season, thorough- bred S Guineas each, and Halt- a- Guinea. the Gro Richardson, Goodluck, 6, Co. No. 5,5 It* 11,518 11,433 2,404 10,609 2,740 3,238 a Prize of... ....£ 10,000 . .. 5,000 .... 3,000 300 300 200 200 To TIIE PRINTERS. Sins, By inserting the following extract from the very impressive speech delivered by the Rev. Mr. D E A. LT it Y, at the formation of the Hertfordshire Bible Society, on being appointed Secretary to the institution, you will much oblige A sincere Friend to the British and Foreign Bible Society. Gentlemen,-— In rising to return my thanks for the distinction which you have been pleased to confer upon me, I feel myself called upon to express my warmest wishes for the prosperity of the great cause which lias brought us together. So far as my humble exertions can promote its glorious object, they nill not be wanting; and I think it an honour and a privilege to be thus employed. If facts of the mast interesting nature can operate upon our minds, what facts can be more impressive than those which we have this day heard ? If our reason is to be swayed by arguments, I have never heard arguments - nore cogent and conclusive. To me, indeed, the whole range of argument, for Ihe dispersion of the Scriptures, whatever else we distribute, appears to lie within a very narrow com- pass. If these records are indeed the revelation of God, anil expressly intended to make us wise unto salvation, w here is the Christian that shall dare to arrest their progress ? The pre- tence, that the free circulation of the Bible can do harm, what does it amount to ! That, in the most important of all con- cerns, Infinite Wisdom has devised means ill adapted to their end ! That irian is wiser than hi. Maker 1 That God is not to ke trusted with the declaration of his own will in this world, which his hands have made ! When the disciples of John inquired of our Saviour what were the proofs of his Divine authority, he crowns the cata- logue by stating, that the poor have the Gospel preached to them. And w hat is the object of the Bible Society ? [ t is to give that Gospel to the poor: it is to fulfil, as far as human agency may be permitted to fulfil it, the great end of our Saviour's mission. Are we commanded to make the Gospel known to every creature ? Let us have the Christian courage to do so, and leave the consequences to God. Is there a mem- ber of the Church of England, who can reasonably entertain apprehensions for the Establishment from the widest dispersion of the Scriptures ? As a minister of that fclitirch, I beg leave to say that 1 fear not the test; she is not built upon a foun- dation of sand, but upon the firm basis of the everlasting • Gospel. She has no need to hide herself in darkness : her goodly proportions are then best discerned, her pillars and her towers are then seen to the fairest advantage, when re- flecting back tile fall blaze of the light of truth. I would even venture to adopt the language of a distinguished ornament of tlife university of Cambridge ( Dr. Clarke) upon a recent occasion, and declare, " So soon as it shall be proved" ( what I am sure never milt be proved) " that tile distribution of the Bible alone is hostile to the interests of the established church, then, and then only, be that church subverted." I have been led into these observations by a printed paper now in my hand, and w hich was yesterday circulated through this town and neighbourhood with considerable assiduity. It bears the signature of " A Churchman:" and with views not very friendly to the object of this meeting, presents us with a sort of parallel between the Bible Society, and another admirable institution, the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge. Iain myself a member of this latter society : other members have been admitted on my recommendation ; and I heartily wish that every churchman in the land, who can afford to subscribe, would lend his assistance to both institutions. Rut for what end can any man wish to introduce jealousy and hostility in a cause like this ? Why should there be any other rivalry between these great institutions, but th* generous rivalry of conferring benefits on mankind ? Here is a world lying in sin : here is a world to be evangelized ; surely there is abundance of room for the labours of both ; every . heart and every hand should be pressed into the service, and invited to partake of the reward. In attachment to the Church of England, I will yield to no man living: but God forbid that I should fetter the liberal exertions of any bene- volent mind, or seek to deprive my church of the distinguished honour of assisting and co- operating with good men, though nut of my own communion, in the dillusiot) of universal blessing. ft is further stated by the" Churchman," that the Bible Society distributes Bible- alone." We must really plead guilty to the charge. We give nothing as a society, hut the pure and unsophisticated icord of the . Host High God. The Society for promoting Christian knowledge distributes " the Scriptures and other religious Books and Tracts." This also is correct. Many of their tracts are very excellent, and can- not fail to do good. But are we therefore enemies to the dispersion of good tracts, because in the first place, and above all things, we wish to supply the poor with the New Testa- ment ? Is our opinion of the New Testament such that we dare not trust it without a tract? Does the Church of Eng- land appeal for its authority to the inventions of men, or to the Bible? When it can be shewn that religious tracts contain something more essential to our salvation than the word of God contains, or that in them the terms of redemption are more clearly and conclusively expressed than in the language dictated by the Holy Spirit, then 1 will admit that ( he disse- mination of such tracts will he more useful than that of the Bible itself: hut till this proof shall be given, I will not he offended with the British and Foreign Bible Society for cir- culating the Bible alone, veithont note or comment, and unac companied by tracts of any kind. It is further contended, that we ought to give Prayer Books with our ftibles. To whom, I would ask, ought we to give them ? To Dissenters? No: but to tile members of ou own church. Is it meant to be insinuated, that we neglect to do so ? I hold it to be the duty of every clergyman to supply his poor with Prayer Books to the utmost of his power : and 1 am well persuaded, that no men are more active in dis charging this duty than the clerical members of the Bibl Society. In looking to general benefit, I never would forget that 1 am a member of the Church of England. Does my connection with a society, from which I purchase the Scrip- tures alone, deprive me of the right or the inclination to d every thing for the poor of the establishment, which a friend to the establishment ought to do? The force of such logic cannot perceive. By this connection 1 furfeit none of my means, 1 abandon noiie of my principles : but I procure incal culable good, which I could procure in no other way. By the united co- operation of Christians of all denominations, i a cause w here all can safely unite, asperity is subdued, Chris tiau charily is promoted, and, above all, resources are called into existence, which descend in bleBsiugs, not merely upon this land and people, but upon every nation to which the liberality of Britain can direct them. Gentlemen, if we would fully appreciate the glorious exer- cise of charity, to which the Bible Society invites us, we should consider ourselves not merely a.* Englishmen, but as • members of the whole family of man. The miserable savage, who wanders in the desert or the forest, untutored and unsub- dued, is still a brother of our own, created like ourselves in the infage of God, and like us ail heir of immortality. For near six thousand years, the groans of nature have been heard in every laud : but sages and prophets have consoled us w ith the assurance, that these times shall have an end ; that a new order of things shall arise, and that the blessings of the Gospel shall, erelong, call forth fioiu all nations, the sacred and lofty measures of adoration and praise. Even now, I seem to myself to behold the dawning of that brighter dav : even now, by the favour of Providence upon the labours of Englishmen, and especially by means of the Bible Society, the glad tidings of the Gospel are heard in the most distant regions. Trans- lations of the Scriptures are proceeding to an extent beyond all example; and if the Society continue to act according to the promise of its present exertions, the Gospel will soon have been preached uot in this island ouly, or where its institutions Tickets and Shares for the State Lottery to he draivn, the 4th of June, are now on Sale at the Offices of Richardson, Goodluck & Co. Corner of Bank Buildings, Cornl> i 11, and facing the King's Mews, Charing Cross, Loudon, and by their Agents in the Country. ARMY CONTRACTS. Commissary in Chief's Office, Great George- Street, London, 23th April, 1812. NOTICE Is hereby given, to all Persons desirous of contracting to supply the following Articles for the Use of te Army, viz. BREAD,— To his Majesty's Land Forces in Cantonments, Quarters, and Barracks, in the uuder- mentioned Counties and Islands :—• Anelesea, Glamorgia, I Northumberland, Bedford, Gloucester ( includ- I Nottingham, Berks ( including the iiig the City of Oxford, Town of Hunger- Bristol), I Pembroke, ford), Hants, Radnor, Berwick, Hereford, Rutland, Brecon, Heritor I, Salop, Bucks, Isle of Man, Somerset, Cardigan, Isle of Wight Stafford, Carmarthen, Jersey, Sutfolk, Carnarvon, Kent, Sussex, Chester Lancaster, Warwick, Denbigh, Leicester, Wilts, Derby, Lincoln, York, Devon, Merioneth, And in, the srveral Dorset, Middlesex, Counties inNorth Durham, Monmouth, Britain. Essex, Montgomery, Flint, Northampton, OATS,— To his Majesty's Cavalry in Cantonments and Quarters, in the uuder- mentioned Counties:— Bedford, Durham, Northumberland, Berwick, Gloucester, Rutland, Bucks, Hereford, Salon, Cambridge, Hertford, Stafford, Chester, Leicester, Derby, Lirteoln, I FORAGE, viz.— OATS, IIAY, andSTRtw, tohisMajes- ty's Cavalry in Barracks, and Oats in Cantonments and Quarters, in the undermentioned Counties in South Britain:— Berks, Lancaster, Sussex, Cornwall, Middlesex, Warwick, Devon, Norfolk, Wilts, Dorset, Northampton, York, Essex, Nottingham, And in the several Hants( includingthe Somerset, Counties inNorth Isle of Wight), Suffolk, Britain. Kent, Surry, As also Forage to all Horses Service in the Island of . JERSEY. That the Deliveries are to commence on and for the 25th Day of June next; that Proposals iu Writing, sealed up and marked, Tender for Army Supplies, will be received at this Office 011 or before Tuesday the 26th Day of May, ( hut none will be received after Twelve o'clock on that Day) aud if sent by Post, the Postage must be paid. Proposals must be made separately for each County and Island, except for the Counties comprising North and South Wales, all of which must be included in one Tender, as also must the several Cottnties in North Britain; and each Proposal must have theLetter, which is annexed to I he Tender, properly filled up by two Persons of known Property, engaging to become boundwith the Party tendering in the Amount stated in the printed Particulars, for the dAe Performance of the Con- tract ; and no Proposal will be noticed unless made on a printed Tender, and the Prices expressed in Words at Length. And should itso happen that duringtheContinuance of theContract, no Troops should be stationed or supplied iu the County, the TCxpense of the Contract and Bond, paid in the first Instance by Ihe Contractor, to be refunded to him by the Commissary in Qhief. Particulars of the Contracts may be had upon Application at this Office, between the Hours of Eleven and F" ive ; at the Oflice of Deputy Commissary General Lindesay, Edinburgh ; at the Office of Deputy Commissary General Lutyens, Guernsey, and at the Office of Assistant Commissary General Lamout, Jersey. 1812 Mares at Five room, other Mares at One Guinea and a Half each, and a Crown the Groom, ( the Groom's Fee to be paid at the Time of Covering, and the Re- mainder at Midsummer next,) that noted well- bred Stallion, and capital Stock- getter, A BOM LI QUE. The Property of THOMAS GRIMSHAW, 0t KII. SBY. Abomlique is a remarkably tine Brown Horse, full Fifteen Hands Three Inches high, and for Blood, Bone, and Action, few Horses in this Kingdom can excel him. He v? as bied by Lord Sherbourne, and was got by Satellite, .( Satellite by Eclipse,) his Dam by Conductor.— At Winchester he won the Ladies' Plate, beating Sir F. Eve tin's Bay Horse Asparagus, Mr. Hyde's Experiment, and two others, then the Properly of Mr. C. Day ; at Warwick, ( then the Property of Lord Brooke,) he ran in the Name of Catereo for tils Stakes, and won the first Heat, beating Collector and several others ; in the second Heat he broke down, and never started since. ( Seethe Racing Calendar.) — He is a remaikably sure Foal- getter; his Stock are capital Hunters, Coachers, & c. ( two, bred by one Gentleman, were, at three Years old, sold tor Five Hundred Guineas;) and iu general, are selling at as high Prrices as any travelling Stal- lion's in England. He will attend, during the Season, at the George, l. utosi, on Monday, and stop at the White Hart, Hockliffe, at Night ; at the Roe Buck, Leighton, on Tuesday, and Swan, Fenny Strat- ford at Night; the George, Stony Stratford, and Saracen's Head, Towcester, on Wednesdays, and King's Head, Syresham, at Night ; Flying Horse, Banbury, on Thursday Night ; Cross Keys, Bicester, on Friday, and Stratton- Audlef at Night; White Hart, Buckingham, oil Saturday, and Bell, Win6low, at Night; and to Hocklifte, on Sunday Night. Mares that have proved Barren last Year, will be covered at One Guinea and a Crown this. STEWKLEY INCLOSURE. ! WE, th? undersigned Commissioners, named and appointed in and by an Act of Parliament made and passed for [ N CLOSING LAM OS in tiie Parish of STKWK- LEY, iu the County of Buckingham, do hereby give Notice, That all aud every Mease or Leases, Agreement or Agree- ments subsisting. between Landlords and Tenants as to all Lands, Tenements, Tithes, or Hereditaments ( except such Parts of Ruitdings, Houses, Yards, and Hick- Yards, as according to the Custom of the Country, g> ing off Tenants are allowed to hold, for the Purpose of spending or making oil' their Crops) shall become void and cease from the Otli Day of April last past ; and that all such Parts of Buildings, Houses, Yards, and Rick-, Yards shall be given up on the 12th Day of May sext, ensuing: and further, that, all Persons having Claim of Allowance, or Satisfaction on Account • thereof, may deliver the same at the Office of Mr. DAVID LEE WILLIS, our Clerk, situate at Leighton- Buzzard, Beds, nn or before Tuesday the 28th Day of April next, ensuing.— Dated this 9th Day of April, 1812. E. HORWOOl), JOHN DAVIS, JOHN FELLOWES. PELICAN" LI V li- lNSU RAN C E COMPANT. npiIE TRUSTEES and DIRECTORS continue to grant 1. ASSURANCES ON LIVES AND SURVIVORSHIPS, on a Plan which possesses this peculiar Advantage to the Public, that whereas in ordinary Cases, an Insurance becomes void if the Life assured should go Abroad— The PELICAN COMPANY undertake, for an equivalent Advance of Premium, to extend the Assurance, and to cover the Risk to any Part ot the Globe. Annuities afe granted under the Sanction of the Legislature, on the most equitable Terras. Ltndon, THOMAS PARKE, Sec. P£ T, ICAN COMPANY'S AGENTS AT— Northampton,— G. OSBORN & SON. Leicester,— G. B. HODGES. Market- Harborough,— THOMAS GURDIK, Loughborough,— C. I. ACEY. Newport- Pagnell,— BAR RINGER & SON. Aylesbury,— EDWARD ADAMS. Warwick,— Messrs. BRACEBRIDCES & Co. Banbury,— JOHN HAWTYN. To COVER, this Season, 1812, Thorough bred M » ss, at Three Guineas each, and Half- a- Croicn the Groom ; all others at One Guinea and a Half each, and tlalf- a- Crown the Groom, rpHAT noted Race- IIorse, NET), late the Property of JL his Grace the Duke of Rutland, now of D. Hamshaw, Great Bowden Inn, Leicestershire; he is of a dark- brown Co- lout, black I. egs, without white, rising six Years old, stands 15 Hands 2^ Inches high, full of Bone, good tempered, and free from all natural Blemishes. Ned was got by Teddy the Grinder, Dam by Precipitate, Grandam by Woodpecker, great Graudarn Everlasting, by Eclipse, great great Grandam Hyxna, by Snap, out of Miss Belsea, by Re- gulus, Ned is Brother to Discount. Everlasting was the Dam of Skyscraper, Goldfinch, Top- gallant, Leviathan, Brown George, and Lazarus. At three Years old Ned beat Mr. Lloyd's Fun,, the Ab. Mile 100 Guineas; at four Years old he beat Gen. Grosvenor's Trump across the flat, 50 Guineas; a Sweepstakes of 50 Ouineas each, first three Miles of theB. C. beating Weaver and Hylas,: at War- wick he won the =£ 50 for all Ages, beating Prisoner, Whitenose, and Doubtful. — For the Truth ot tiiis, see the Racing Calendar. Ned will be at the Angel Inn, Harborough, oil Tuesdays ; at tiie Hind, Lutterworth, on Thursdays; sleeps at the Crown, West- Haddon, on Thursday Night; at Northampton, on Satur- days; sleeps at the Coach and Horses, Brixwoith, on Saturday Night, and at Home the Remainder of the Week. The Money to be paid at the last Round. Good Grass for Mares at the usual Prices. kept fof his Majesty's CAPITAL PRIZES N the Lottery just concluded, the following Capital Prizes were Sold aad Shared at HAZARD, BURNE, & WARNER. OFFICE, Royal Exchange, London ; Viz. 7,205 j £ 15,000 I 2,860 3,722 9,722 1,268 4,609 2,873 1,000 1,000 1,000 500 ' 300 200, & c. See DICEY & Co.' s True Daffy's Elixir, QO justly celebrated for giving immediate Relief in the O most excruciating Fitsof the Cholic, and ill a 11 Complaints of the Stomach and Bowels, is sold in Bottles at 2s. and larger Ditto at 2s. 9d. each, at the original Warehouse, No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London, and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and by one or more respectable Vender in every Town throughout the Kingdom. ( Pf Counterfeits are offered for Sale in almost every Town, it is therefore necessary to ask particularly for " Dicey's Daffy's Elixir" and to observe that Dicey & CV is in the Stamp. The Holders may receive the Amount of their respective Claims, on Application as above, where Tickets aed Shares for the ensuing Lottery are now on Sale. In this Lottery, which consists of only 8,000 Tickets, the Capital Prizes are nearly as great, both in Number and Value, as in the last, consisting of 12,000 ; and the Drawing ( which will be determined in one Day) will ts, ke Place on the 4th of JOSE, the King's Birth Day. Letters, Post- paid, duly answered, and Orders from the Country, accompanied with Remittance, punctually at- tended to. To Lund Owners, Solicitors, Agents, and Surveyors, On Monday, the 11th of May, will be published, PRICE ONE SHILLING, \ WEEKLY PAPER, upon a Plan entirely new ; ex- XX clusitely devoted to Landed Property to be LETT or to b* So ID— entitled " The Register of Saks by Auction and Private Contract,'' By JOHN GREENWOOD, Secretary of the Auction Mart, London. The Counties will be arranged in Alphabetical Order, and the various Sales under their respective Countiesills Sales by Auction according to the Dates ; and such Property as is to be Jut or disposed ot by Private Sale, under the Head " Private Contract." The Houses in the Metropolis will be separated into two Di visions, East and West; and an Alphabetical Register ot the Affairs relative to Bankruptcies contained in the two preceding Gazettes, will be added. By this Medium, every Class of Persons in quest of Property will be enabled, with Precision and Facility, to ascertain, if the Object of Research is within Attainment: thus obviating tedious and repeated Inspection of the various Papers, and which, even then, frequently escapes the most careful and attentive Examination. Advertisements- will be charged at a moderate Price, neither attempting to invite a fleeting Patrqjiage by lower than ordinary Terms, orassuming the highest Rate on Account of the effectual Service it will render from its already ascertained extensive Circulation. Advertisers in the Country transmitting Orders, are requested to name the Provincial Paper, with the Date in which the Advertisement has already appeared, and their Directions as to Insertions will be regularly attended to ; and, as from the Nature of the Property that will be advertised, the Agents will be of th. e most respectable Class. Accounts wiRLie opened to avoid the Inconvenience of small repeated Remittances and sent for Settlement, at regular Periods ; andevery Department of the Paper conducted on the most liberal Principles.— Further Par- ticulars will be published iu the first Number. Advertisements addressed to Mr. GREENWOOD, at the Office, No. 113, Strand, opposite Exeter Change, London, will expe- rience every Attention, where also Orders for the Register will be received, and by all the Newsmen throughout the Kingdom. Mr. EUOE, to Anti lmpctigines, or Solomon's Drops, ( Without Mercury, or any deleterious Preparation), I^ OR the Cure of the SCURVY, SCROFULA, LEPROSY, - and all DISORDERS originating in an impure State of the Blood. These admirable Drops strengthen the Constitution, purify the Blood, and promote the Circulation of the Fluids; to effect which is evidently the Work of Time, and steady Per- severance in the Use of Medicines adapted for those salutary Purposes. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Wood, Son of Mrs. tVood, Proprietoi of the Shrewsbury Chronicle, dated the 21( 4 of March, 18U6. To Dr. Solomon, Gilead- House, near Liverpool. SIR,— A Clergyman in the Neighbourhood of Wem, experi- enced the utmost Relict, a tew Daysago, by the Use of a SINCLE BOTTLE of your Anti. Impetigines, after suffering a considerable Time under a Total nervous Debility, Loss of Appetite, & c. and by persevering in the Use of another Bottle of that invaluable Medicine, he has no Doubt of being restored to his former State of Health. I remain Sir, Your's, & c. T. WOOD. This celebrated Medicine is sold, by special Appointment of Dr. Solomon, in Bottles Half- a- Guinea cach, or four in one Family Bottle for 83s. on which 9s. are saved, by the Printers Ot this Paper, and Mr. Marshall, Northampton; Collis & Dash, and Munn, Kettering ; Higgs, Dawson, and Harrod-, Harbo- rough ; lkesley, and Marriott, Banbury; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham ; Richardson, Stony- Stratford; Edge and Mather, Wellingborough ; Tomalin, Bates, and Wil- kinson, Daventry; Okely, andFalgrave, Bedford; Geard, St. Neots; Lovell, Huntingdon; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Swinfen, Leicester; F. Wheeler, Aylesbury; I. oggin, Ayles- bury and Leighton ; by the Printers of the Country News- papers; and by all Venders of Patent Medicines ill the United Kingdom. I T C II, 13E it ever so inveterate, perfectly cured in twenty- four > Hours, by an Ointment called TYCE's OlK'l'M ENT, which is agreeable in Smell, does not contain a Particle of Metcury, or any pernicious Ingredient, but is so Innocent that it may be used with the greatest Safety on Persons of the most delicate Constitutions, pregnant Women, and' Children at the Breast. The superior Efficacy and Reputation of this Ointment having induced some Persons to counterfeit it, tlx Proprietor finds it necessary to caution Purchasers to be particular in ask- ing for Tyce's Ointment. One Box., Price Is. 9d. will cure one grown- up Person, or two Children. Also, at the same Place may be had, TYCE's INFALLIBLE CHYMICAL LOTION for the same, by the Use of which Persons may cure themselves with so much Secrecy as not to be discovered even by a Bedfellow, being without Smell or Stain. Price 2s. 9d. each Bottle. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by the Proprietor, John Tyce, No. 20, Hatton- Carden, London; and, Retail, by the Printers ot this paper, ar. d Edge, Northampton; Mather, Wellaigbo. rough; and all Venders ot Medisinss in the Kingdom. DAY & MARTIN IJEG Leave to acquaint the Publio, that by attending t t the following Particulars they will avoid being taken i by the - vile Compositions that are offered as the genuine BLACKING, prepared by them at 97, HICH. HOLBORN, LONDON. After the'Word BLACKING iu the first Line of the Labels the Counterfeits have a small ( as ) some have the sanae before the Word MADE in the next Line, and others put a small ( nr ) immediately before the Number 97.— Purchasers should observe that the whole Address is clear and distinct. Sold by Birdsall, and Inwood, Northampton; Bates, Daven- try; Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; and Folwell, Towcester; Piic' Is. 6d. per Bottle. llALLAM'S PILLS, npiIE best Preparation for Indigestion, Giddiness in tiie 1 Head, Bile, and the ill Ellects of Intemperance, that has ever been recommended.— They are the most cheap and eHectuaf Remedy in all bilious Complaints, whether arising from a weak or deranged Action of the Stomach, from Colds, whereby the Secretion of Bile is obstructed, or from Excess in Eating or Drinking, wherein the Bile is rendered acrid and corrosive, and regurgitated to the Stomach, causing Sickness, J& uudice, Windy Disorders, Indigestion, & c. Their Operation is very gentle and safe, never griping; a most excellent Remedy for relieving those troubled with ihe Piles, in habitual Costiveness, a sluggish State of the Bowels, sick Head. Ache, and also during Pregnancy they may be taken with singularly good Effect. Price 2s. 9d. per Box, Duty included. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Shaw Sc Edwards, 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, London; and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton; Higgs, Hirborough; Loggin, Ayleabury ; Tomalin, and Wilkinson, Daveutry ; Gal- lard, Towcester; and Poulter & Knighton, Stony- Stratford. To Messrs. Rowlund § Son, Proprietors of the Mueassur ( fit. GENTLEMEN, I Am greatly indebted to the surprising Virtues of your MACASSAR OIL, for the Recovery of my Hair, which has been extremely thin for these eight Years past, and obliged tne to wear a Wig, and to use many Preparations, for a consi- derable Time, without any Sign of its recruiting. Hearing of the Excellency of your Oil, I determined on trying it; in a short Time my Hair began to thicken, and, by using it regularly for six Months, 1 was enabled to leave off nay Wig, and have now to boast of a fine Head of Hair, which astonishes every- one. I shall continue the Use ot it, as it not only thickens the Hair, but 1 feel considerable Pleasure in my Head after using it. — My Daughter has received astonishing Benefit from using the Macassar Oil.— You are at Liberty to publish this Note, and may refer any one to your obedient Servant, WILLIAM HENRY JAQUES. Baker- Stieet, Portman- Square, Junellth, 1811. To Messrs. A. Roulund Son, Proprietors of the MACASSAR OIL, Kirby- Street, Hatton- Garden, London. GENTLEMEN, — I take the Liberty of addressing my Thanks to you for the great Benefit 1 have received trom your truly valuable MACASSAR 01 L. Having had the Misfortune to lose almost all my Hair at the Age ot five- and- twenty, in Consequence of a Fever, which is very prevalent in this Country. I was lately induced, at the Instance of a Friend, to make a Trial of your excellent Specific. 1 can only say the Effects were most sur- prising, for in a very short Space of Time, my Head, which was before entirely bald, was covered with Thick ami strong Hair. I am now fifty Years of Age, and would scarcely have expected that after having wore a Wig for five- and- twenty Years of my Life, I should ever be enabled to throw it entirely aside. I think it but Justice to yourselves and the Public, to add my Testimony to the Virtues of your truly estimable Oil. You have my full Permission to make this Letter public, or refer any one to me for Proof of the Merits of this invaluable Dis- covery.— 1 am, Gentlemen, your obliged and obedient Servant, WILLIAM CHARLES PR1DEAUX. Sfi/ siy, Lincolnshire, March 21, 1811. The above Testimonials, selected from an immense Number, are irrefragable Proofs of the superior Excellence of the Macassar Oil. [ Vievi Rowland's Essay on the Hair).— Sold in Bottles at 3s. 6d.— lOs. Cd.—— and s£ l. Is. each, by the Proprietors, Row- land & Son, Kirby- Street, Hatton- Garden, London; and by Ap- pointment, by the Printers ot this Paper, and Mr. Sharp, Per- fumer, Northampton; Swinfen, Leicester; and by all Per- fumers, Hair- Dressers, See. in every Town throughout the Empire. Beware of servile Imitators, as the Genuine Macassar Oil is signed on the Label in Red Ink, " A. Rowland & Son."— Of whom may be had, under the august Patronage of her Royal Highness the Duchess of York, his Excellency the Duke Del Infantado, and many Families of high Distinction, ALftANA EXTRACT, or the ABYSSINIAN BOTANICAL SPECI- FIC, for eradicating all Disorders of the TEETH and GUMS, and rendering them extremely beautiful, and immediately expels the Tooth - Ache.— Sold at 10s. 6d. per Bottle, or small Bottles at 4s. 6d. each.— Also the Alsana Powder for cleansing the Teeth, at 2o. gd. per Box, a besutiiul Preparation. OfiUGGisT, NORTHAMPTON, HAS jlist received a large Supply of the CORDIAL BALM of QUITO, Price 2s. 9d. a most convenient, safe, and infallible Remedy for Nervous, Bilious, Gouty, and Rheumatic Disorders, and every Kind of Debility or Relaxation in Persons of either Sqx, young or old, whether hereditary, na- tural, or occasioned by a Residence in hot or unhealthy Climates, the immoderate Use of Tea, Spirituous Liquors, or other nox- ious Fluids, too sedentary a Life, or too close an Application to Study, excessive Grief, injudicious Administration of Mercury, Dissipation, Excess, improper Practices, fainting Fits, violent Head- Achs, Complaints of the Lungs, inward IVastings, tremb- ling or shaking of the Hands or Limbs, Shortness of Breath, Consumptive Habits, & c. & c. In all Cases, and' in all Ages, where the Solids are relaxed, where the Constitution has re- ceived a Shock, or is by any Means debilitated, this restorative and re- animating Balm of Life and Health will produce the hap- piest Effects. The cold aud tremulous Nerves will be warmed and steadied, the relaxed Fibres er soft flabby Flesh will be braced and rendered firm, the Muscles will be invigorated, the Sinews will be strengthened, the emaciated Limbs will be co- vered with firm Flesh, the exhausted Vessels will be replenished, the impoverished Watery Blood will become rich and Balsamic, and its languid Circulation restored to the sanative Impetus, which is the true Criterion of Health; the languid drooping Spirits will be revived and exhilarated, Digestion will be pro- moted; in short, the Tone of the Nerves will be restored, and by theae Means the Whsle Constitution will be renovated. The Cordial Balm of Quito is sold Wholesale and Retail by Weaton and Co. 229, Strand^, London Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Mr. Edge, Northampton ; and all respect- able Medicine Venders, Price 2s. 9d. per Bottle. Edward Darke, of Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, coal- merohant, < 1. & c. May 12, 13, and June U, at the Old Lodg; Inn, Minchinliampton.— Attorney, Mr. Mountain, Cirencester. William Osborn, of Aldgate High- street, London, victualler, d. & c. May- 9, 19, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Thompson & Oram, Leman- street, Goodman's- fields. William Hewett, ot Upper Mary- le- bonne- street, Middlesex, cook, d. & c. May 5, 12,. and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attor- ney, Mr. Emly, Es>. ex- court, Temple. William Brooks, of Lant- street, Soutliwark, Surry, carpenter, d. Sc c. May 5, 6, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Watson, Walworth. Henry Lambert, of Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, cotton- manu- facturer, d.& c. May 25, 2S, and June 13, at the Palace Inn, Manchester.— Attorney, Mr. Edge, Manchester. Frederick Richmond, late of Portsea, Southampton, tailor, d. & c. May 25, 26, and June 13, at the Royal Oak Inn, Portsea. — Attorney, Mr. Messum, Portsea. William Boddington, of Oxford, coal- merchant, d. Sc c. May 5, 12, and June 13, at Guildhall, London.— Attornies, Messrs. Sherwin & Hall, Great James- street, Bedford- row. Burdon Baynes, of Lea- bridge, Middlesex, coal- merchant, d. & c. Mav 5, 12, and June 13, at Guildhall. — Attornies, Messrs. Hillyard & King, Copthall- court, Throginorton- street. William Manners, of the Borough of Southwark, Surry, haberdasher, d.& c. May 5, 16, aud June 13, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Phipps, Aldersgate- street. William Jarman, of llishopsgate- street- without, London, undertaker, it Sic. May 5, 12, and 13, at Guildhall.— Attor- ney, Mr. Wylde, Warwick- square, Newgate- stre; t. Bernard Boyle, of Cloth- fair, London, army- clothier, d.& c. May 5, 16, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Patten, Hatton- garden. John Davis, of Golden Horse- yard, Aldersgate- street, Mid- dlesex, coach- master, d. & c. May 5, 16, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Russen, Crown- court, Alders- gate- street. Samuel Skipper, of Norwich, grocer, May 16, IS, and Jun; 13, at the Angel Inn, Norwich.— Attorney, Mr. Harmer, Norwich. James Enstall, of Portsmouth, vintner, d. & c. May 14, 15, and June 13, at the George Inn, Portsmouth.— Attorney, Mr. Soaper, Portsea. Moses Moses, of Chambers- street, Goodman's- ficids, Mid- dlesex, salesman, d. & c. May 5, 12, and June 13, at Guildhall. — Attorney, Mr. Bagley, Great Hn. iiiiage- street, Wapping. Thomas Price Adams, of Abchuicn- lane, London, merchant. May 9, 12, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Kibblewhite, Rowland, & Robinson, Gray's- Inn- place. Joseph Harrison, of London, merchant, May 9, 19, and June 13, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Spottiswoode, Swithin's- laue, Lombatd- street. Hugh Bait', of Beaminster, Dorsetshire, linen- draper, d.& e. May 14, 15, and June 13, at the Commercial Room, Bristol— Attornies, Messrs. Smith, Bristol. John Kinnear, of Liverpool, merchant, May 27, 28, and June 16, at the Globe Tavern, Liverpool.— Attornies, Messts. Orre< l & Baines, Liverpool. Thomas Nelson, of" Manchester, machine- maker. May 26, 27, and June 16, at the Dog Tavern, Manchester.— Attorney, Mr. Catdwell, Manchester. George Gibbons Elwall, of Nantwich, Cheshire, linen and woollen- draper, May 20, 21, and June 16, at the Crown Inn, Nantwich.— Attornies, Messrs. Edleston & Elwood, Nantwich. John Burgiss, jun. of Uxbridi; e, stone- mason, May 13, and June 16, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Mr. Riches, Uxbridge. William Porter, of Wilton, Herefordshire, corn- factor, May 20, 21, and June 16, at the Codec- house, Hereford.— A tun- nies, Messrs. Williams Sc Darke, Princes- street, Bedford- row, London. William Cousens, of Clare- street, Clare. market, Middlesex, grocer, May 9, 19, and June 16, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. M'Dougal & Hunter, New- square, Lincoln's- Inn. John Lane, of l'awlett, Somersetshire, innholder, May 7, 15, and June 16, at the Globe Inn, Bridgewater.— Attorney, Mr. Parsons, Bridgewater. Gefcrge Stacy, of Angel- court, London, factor. May 9, 23, and June 16, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. West, Red Liou- street, Wapping. John Dover, of Burnham, Bucks, butcher, May 12, 16, and June 16, at Guildhall, London.— Attornies, Messrs. Nash & Son, High- Wycomb. James Stone, of Featherstone- buildings, Holborn, London, tailor. May 9, 19, and June 16, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Pinero, Charles- street, Cavendish- square. Samuel Sheffield, of Aldgate High- street, London, butcher. May 12, 16, and June 16, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Net- tlefold, Somerset- street, Aldgate. Jonathan Gunsen, of Salford, Lancashire, brewer, May 26, 27, and June 16, at the Palace Inn, Manchester.— Attorney, Mr. Milne, Manchester. John Mallalieu, sen. of Foulrakes, Yorkshire, cotton- spinner. May 16, 20, and June 16, at the Mosley Arms Inn, Man- chester.— Attornies, Messrs. Hewitt Sc Kirk, Manchester. James Carter, of Kingsanti, Devonshire, salesman and hatter. May 20, June 1, and 16, at the Auction- Mart Rooms, Ply- mouth- Dock — Attorney, Mr. Bozen, Plymouth- Dock. Samuel Wheatly, of Bristol, grocer, May 20, 21, and June 16, at the Commercial Rooms, Bristol.— Attorney, Mf. Tanner, Bristol. Edward Joseph Joyce, ot Playhou e- yard, White Crosj- strcet, London, paper- stainer. May 12, 16, arid June 16, at Guildhall.— Attotmes, Messrs. Walker& Ranlcin, Old- Jewry. John Hargrave, of Kingston. upon- Hall, linen- draper, May 11, 12, and June 16, at the Dog and D'jck Tavern, Kingston- upon- Hull.— Attorney, Mr. Anderson, Hull. Bankruptcies superseded. John Aldridge, of Maidenhead, Berkshire, corn- chandler. T. Richards, of Cleikenwell, Middlesex, baker. CERTIFICATE to be grunted. May 23. John Beck, of St. Ives, Hunts, ironmonger. SIR, To Mr. SP1LSBURY, Solio Square. AT the Age of 45, I was afflicted in some Parts of my Body with Scorbutic or Scrophulous Ulcerations; my Arm, Knee, and Leg, were very much ulcerated, and com- pletely incapable of Action. After trying every Thing recom- mended by the Faculty, I was induced to take your valuable Patent Antiscorbutic Drops, and persevering according to Directions, became completely well j and for these ten Years have not had any breaking out. Any Person wishing Informa- tion respecting my Case, or Operation of the Medicine, I will cheerfully give it to them. I am, Sir, Sec. NORWOOD, W. GIBLING. March 24, 1812. SPILSBURY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS are sold in Bottles, Price 5s. 6d. double Bottles 10s. largest s£ l 2s. Com- pound Essence 8s. Duty included, at the Dispensary, 15, Soho Square, London.— All Letters asking Advice and enclosing one Pound must be Post- paid. Sold by the Printers of this Paper; Mr. Okely, and Mr. Palgrave, Bedford; Mather, Wellingborough; Collis & Dash, aud Munn, Kettering; Tomalin, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Corral!, Lutterworth ; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton ; Baxter, Bicester; Beesley, and Rusher, Banbury ; Cripps, Abingdon ; and by most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. LONDON MARKETS. Corn- Exchange, Monday, May 4, 181?. We had not much Wheat nor many buyers at Market to- day ; under these circumstances, and in reference to the sales at lira end ot last week, prices were deemed aoout Is. per quarter higher than on Monday last: a dulness, however, prevailed towards the closeof the day.— Rye and ilarley have alike ri> en since our last.— In Peas and Beans of the various sorts and qualities, some advance ill price has taken place; and Oat* owing to short supplies, and a continued demand, have become progressively dearer, as may be seen in our annexed current prices of that and all other giain. Wheat 85s. tollas. Fine 125s. tol40s. Superfine 142s. to! 44s. Fine White 145s. to — s. Rye 72s. to SOs. Barley 60s. to 72s. Malt i) Us. to 102s White Peas 75s. to 84s. Boilers 86s. to 90s. Average of Wheat, 130s. 3oJ Sutfolks — s. to 92s. Grey Peas 6' 6s. to 74s. Fine — s. to 76s. Beans 62s. to 70s. fine — s. to 7is. licks 56s. to bis. Oats 48s. to 55s. Polamts 56s. to 58;. Potatoe uuio — s. to 6l) i. 0s. 9iiJ. higher than last return. Average ot i- lour i09s. IdJ.— Os. 2di. lower than last fine Flour, — s. to 110s.— Seconds, 100s. to 105s. SOLOMON'S ABSTERGENT LOTION, 170R removing ERUPTIONS from the VACE and SKIN. . and effectually clearing the COMPLEXION. By the simple Application of this Fluid Night and Morning, or occasionally thrice a Day, it will remove the most rancorous and alarming Scurvy in the Face. It is perfectly safe, yet powerful, and possesses all the good Qu- alities of the most cele- brated Cosmetics, without any of the doubtful and sometimes dangerous Effects — A rough, uneven Skin, its shining Appear- ance andyeliow and sickly Paleness, are by this l. otion^ ffectu. ally removed. In the Shingles and prickly Heat it is infallible. Suffice it however to say, it lias been administered to many Thousands without even a single Com plaint of its Ineffieacy.— A small Bottle will bo sufficient to prove its Value.-— Price 4s. 6d. a Bottle, with Directions. — Each genuine Bottle has the Words ** Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," engraved on the Stamp. — Likewise, SOLOMON'S DETERGENT OINTMENT, Well known for the sate and speedy Cure of old Wounds, Ul- cers, Chilblains, Sore Legs, Scorbutic or Scrofulous Humours, Gangreneor Mortification, Scald Heads, Sec. having been used in the above Diseases upwards of 45 Years with unparalleled Success. Price 4s. 6d. a Box, Duty included. Observe the Name en- graved on the Stamp thus, " Saml. Solomon, Liverpool," without which none are Genuine. Curious, Scarce, and interesting Work.— A few Copies, Price 3s. are only BOW left on Sale, containing near 300 Pages of Letter- Press, an elegant Portrait of the Author, and a View of Gilead- House, of SOLOMON'S GUIDE TO HEALTH, Or, Advice to both Sexes in a Variety of Complaints. To which is annexed, A Dissertation on the Properties 3nd Effects of iiot and Cold- bathing, Sec. Sec.— The Whole illus- trated with a Variety at authentic Facts, never before pub- lished. BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. William Green, of Kingston- upon- Hull, druggist, dealer and chapman. May 5, 8, and June y, at the White Hart, Kingston- upon- Hull.— Attorney, Mr. Gallaad, Kingston- upon- Hull. Francis Albert Leonard Strick Van Linschoten, of Hackney- road, Middlesex, colour- manufacturer. May 9, 19, and June 13-, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mt. Harrison, Salter's- hall- court, Cannon- street. John Bartlett, of Chichester, Sussex, cabinet- maker, May 7, 8, and June 1- 3, at the Golden Fleece Inn, Chichester. — Attor- nies, Messrs. Johnson, Price, Sc Freeland, Chichester. John Storr, of Leeds, Yorkshire, merchant, d. & c. May 7, 28, and June 13, at the Bull and Mouth Inn, Leeds.— Attor- mes, Messrs, Lee & Raynar, Leeds. PRICE or SEEDS. Carraway 65s. Od. to 80s. Od. y Cotianaer yd. to 40s. Hd. f Red Clover 50s. txl. tolOOs. Ul. ( per cwt- White ditto *. 80s. Od. toHOs. Od.) White Mustani Igs. 0d. to 24s. Od. y , . Brown ditto 18s, Od. to 26s. Od. S pei uush Turnip i2s. l) d. to 26s. Ud. ditto. PRICE or HOPS. BAGS. Kent 31. Os. to 51.12s. Sussex 31. 0s. to 41. 4s. Essex 41. 0s. to 51 14s. POCKETS. Kent 31. PJS. to 71. I3s. Sussex... 31. Ills, to 61. 0>. farnham 61. 0s. tolOi. 0s. SMITllFIfcLD. — MONDAY, May 4. ( To sink theotlal— per stone ot 8lbi,. j Beef- 5s. Od. to 6s. 4d. | Veal 5s. Od. to 6a 84 Mutton ... 5s. 4d. to 6s. Ud. | Porn 5s. Ud. 10 6s. 4d Lamb 6s. Od. to ss. l) d. Head of Cattle this Day — beasts, about 1,700— sheep and Lambs, 12.40U — Calves, I. JO— Pigs, 350. NEWGATE AND LF. ADENHALL MARKETS. Beef 4s. 4d. to 5s". 4d( Mutton 4s. 80. to 5s. 4J. ' Lamb Veal 4s. Sd. to 6s. Pork Od. to tis. 4d. to 7s. -) s. rd. u. PRICE OF TALLOW Town Tallow 76s. Od. I Yellow Russia...... .77s. Od. White ditto — s. Od Soap ditto 75s. Od. | Melting Stuff 63s. Od. , Ditto rough 42s. Od. Graves 20s. Od. I Good Dregs 9s. 0d. | SOAP— Yellow.. 92s. Od. St. James's Market.. 4s. 6d » Clate Market 0s. Od. Winttxliapel fciaiket 4s. 4d » 8s. Ud. Average per st of81b. 4s. 5J, Mottled.. 102s. Od. RAW HIDES. Best Heifers and Steers, perst. I Ordinary.. 2s. Od. to 2s. 2d. 3s. 2d. to 3s. fid. 1 MarketCait 0s. Od. tolVs. Od. Midlings.. ,2s. 6d. to 2s. l0d. ) Eng. Horse 13s. Od. to! 5s. Od- Sheep Skins 3£ d. to 66d. PRICE or LEATHER, PER POUND. Butts, 60 to 561b. each 21d. J to 23d J- Ditto, 56 to 661b. each ,24d. to 25d. Merchants' Backs 21d. to 2ad J Dressing Hides 19d! to 20d!* Fine Coach. Hides god. to 21d. Crop Hides, 35to401o. lor cutting 16d. J to 18d. i 4Sto 501b ) 9d. to 2Id Calt Skir t, 30to401b oM. t0 sdd'. £ 0to701b 3fjd. to 42d. M to 801b 36d. to. 40d. Tanned Horse- Hides, '. _. 19d. to 21d. Small Seals ( Greenland) 33d. to 36d] LargeDitto, 120s. to 180s. per Dozen.— Goat Skins, 34s. to62s! — NORTHAMPTON: Printed and Published by and for T. DICKY, W. SUTTOK, A" R. SMITHSO. V
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