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The Northampton Mercury

18/07/1812

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Date of Article: 18/07/1812
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PRINTED MY * ANTD) FOR T. E. BICEY, W. SUTTON, * AN1B R. SMITHSON. VOL. 9£. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1812. No. 19. Ready Money is expected ^ with Advertisements, i r • ' r 5 Circulated through every Town and populous Village in the Counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, ? i Huntingdon, Leicester, Oxford, Warwick, Hertford; Part of Cambridge, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Rutland. $ 4* T> £ 71 * Stamp- Duty - 3d.£ 1 RICE btf. j. ( paper and print 3d. Sunday and Tuesday's Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE, of Saturday, July 11. rpilE Gazette contains dispatches from Lord Wellington, A dated Salamanca, June 18, 1812, at which place his Lordship arrived on the 16th. It is impossible ( says his Lordship) to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance.— They have now been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of oppression, have destroyed 18 of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges which existed in this celebrated seat ? f learning. The enemy retired by the road to Toro, and their rear- guard was about 15 miles from hence last night; they re- tired again this morning by the same road, and I understand that they intend to collect their army on the Douro, between " Toro and Zatnora. I enclose a letter from Lieutenant- General Sir Rowland Ilill and its enclosures, being two from Major- General Slade, gi-' ing an account of an affair which be had with the enemy on the 11th instant, in which, owing to the eagerness and impetuosity of the troops, considerable loss was sustained. I have reports from the south, stating that General Bal- Jasteros bad had an action with the enemy near Bornos on the 1st instant, of which I have not received the details or any regular confirmation, notwithstanding there is no doubt of the fact. The result has been stated differently by the ., two parties, and it is reported by the enemy that Ballasteros is badly wounded ; but they have reinforced their troops in that direction since the action, from which circumstance it is to be inferred that the success, if on their side at all, was not very decisive. The Gazette also contains dispatches from Charles Stuart, Esq. dated Lisbon, June 23, 1812, which report, that letters from General Hill's head- quarters, dated at Zafra the 17th, state that General Drouef, having been reinforced by three battalions, has moved forward to Llcrena with seven thou- sand men; and that a eolumn of thirteen thousand men, under the command of Marshal Seult, which is advancing from Seville towards Estremadura, was expected to arrive at St. Olalla on the evening of the same day. General Hill accordingly marched back by the road of Santa Martha to Albuera, in which latter position he was joined by the 5th, 17th, and 22d regiments of the line, and the 11th Portuguese cayadores from Badajoz, and by the Spanish troops under the Contfe de Penne Villtmur. The Gazette likewise contains an account of a daring exploit performed by the sloop Raven, Capt. Lennock, who dashed among the enemy's flotilla in the Weiling, attacked fourteen brigs, and drove three on shore, in the face of the enemy's fleet, and under the guns of his forts. LONDON, TUESDAY, July 14. A Mail arrived this morning from Cadiz, bringing papers to the 22d of June. Those of the 20th contain several vague reports, which it is needless to particularize; one was, that a change was about to take place in the Administration at Cadiz. On the 21st of May the Empecinado attacked and de- feated a body of 600 French. This action is more important on account of the desperate and determined valour dis- played by the Spaniards, than from its magnitude.— Although the brave guerillas were oppressed with fatigue and hunger, and had made a forced march of eight leagues, they at- tacked three different times, and finally completely dis- ^" i- eed end overcame the French ; not more than 150 escaped. And what adds to the achievement, the enemy was posted on an eminence. On the 13th of June the Duke Del Infantado arrived at Cadiz. Advices from Madrid, of the 13th of May, represent the misery in that unfortunate city as extreme. The greatest mortality prevailed, which was not confined to the- poor, but extended itself also to the middling classes of society; and according to these accounts, the effects of this mortality were apparent, not only in the houses and hospitals, but even in the streets.— With what horrible calamities do tyranny and ambition afflict mankind!— Oil the 11th of May, a detachment of Guards marched from Madrid to Taranyon, to protect, as w as supposed, the road to Valencia, it being reported that King Joseph was about to retire to that place. The Guards, however, made a most precipitate retreat, on learning that theEmpecinado had enteredCuenya. Two Anholt mails arrived on Saturday and yesterday. By these it appears, that the Emperor of Russia, after reviewing Jtis troops at Grodno, had returned to Wilna, which is still his head- quarters. Bonaparte has also reviewed part of his army on the plains of Friedland, where he formerly defeated the Russians. The armies are fast approximating, and in- telligence of important events may be hourly expected. The Russians, it is said, mean to pursue a defensive system, leaving nothing in the countries they may evacuate that can subsist an advancing army.— Our commerce is now freely admitted into the Russian ports.— Sweden and this country are likewise becoming better friends daily. The Crown Prince, Bernadotte, is about to pay a visit to Admiral Saumarez at Gottenburgh. Letters by the above mails mention, that the advance of the French towards the Russian frontier bad excited con- siderable alarm at Liebau, and the merchants were busily • engaged in shipping all the grain there for Pernau, near Riga, to prevent its falling into the bands of the enemy. The first convoy from England, consisting of seventy- three thips, sixteen of which were Americans, had arrived at Cronstadt, and were all received. Produce fell considerably in consequence. The last letters also announce the arrival at Cronstadt of several ships belonging to the second con tov. The exchange at St. Patersburgh on the 12th of June, 1- 1 Jd. to 15d. Advices were yesterday received from Gibraltar, stating, that the British Commander in Sicily had taken advantage of the absence of Murat from his dominions, and had ordered the embarkation of 6,000 troops under the command of General Maitland. These forces were to proceed to Minorca and Majorca, where they were to be strengthened by about 4,000 Spaniards, and tho whole to make a descent on the province of Catalonia. Advices have been obtained from Mexico and Vera Cruz; which the mercantile world will know how to appreciate ' 1 he dates from the former are to the 15th of April, and from the latter to the first of May. The influence of the revolutionary party bad been so powerful in them both, that the restrictions orv trade in favour of the parent state have been abrogated, and commerce is thrown open to all nations. St. Vincent's Gazettes to the 18th of May, state, that the Souffriere mountain had continued to be agitated up to the 7th, but had since shewn scarcely any signs of commotion. By the eruption, the large rivers of Rabacca and Wallibou were dried up, and in their places was a wide expanse of barren land. The melted minerals which were dashed into the sea, had formed a promontory which jutted out some distance from the main land, at Morne Iionde. The quan- tity of matter discharged from the crater is supposed to exceed twenty times the original bulk of the mountain. An attempt has been made by two Ilenegado Spaniards to betray the brave Mina into the bands of the French, but with the assistance of a few soldiers, who were in the house with him, be escaped from the enemy.— Sarsfield and Manso, in Catalonia, have routed a body of French, with the loss of about 1,000 men ; and in Arragon, Gayan has entered • Catalavud, and made 120 French prisoners. Saturday night's Gazette contains the Queen's command that the Bulletin of his Majesty's health shall in future be • exhibited at St. James's palace on the Sunday next ensuing after the first Saturday in each mouth. Captain the Earl of Tyrconnel, aid- de- camp to the com- * tnander- in- chief, is about to proceed on a mission to the head- quarters of the Russian army. Lord Cochrane transacted business at the Admiralty an Saturday, and is going on a naval expedition to harass the enemy on the South coast of Spain. Massena, on his return from Portugal, was sent into exile. This circumstance is confirmed by the last Paris Papers, which say that he has gone to the waters of Bareges ! The debate on Mr. Randolph's motion is described by the American Journals as being extremely indecorous, per- sonal, and improper. The. Commercial Advertiser observes, that Mr. Wright, of Maryland, was much nettled at Mr. Randolph's suggestion of French influence; and, among other heated expressions, said." the charge was false, although uttered in the presence of a privileged British Spy, ( alluding to Mr. Foster's Secretary, then in the gallery) who ( lie hoped) would not long be permitted to visit that House, or remain in the country. A circular letter has been issued from the War office, stating that the Prince Regent having had under his consi- deration the situation of Non commissioned Officers and privates discharged from the army, who, from the loss of limbs, or other serious disability, contracted on service, require personal assistance ; Ins Royal Highness has been pleased to order, that the rates of pensions for disabled soldiers, as fixed by his Majesty's Warrant of the 7th of October, 1806, shall be extended in the following proportions, viz.— To every sergeant w ho shall have lost more than one limb; or who shall have received such other bodily injury, as to render him totally incapable of earning a livelihood, or to subject him to the necessity of requiring personal assistance; a rate of pension, not exceeding per diem, 3s. 6d. To every corporal, ditto, per diem, 3s. To every private, ditto, per diem, 2s. 6d — The Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital have accordingly been instructed to govern themselves by those Rules, in admitting claims of the de- scription referred to. Two vessels arrived on Friday at Cowes with wheat from America ; more are expected from thence and from the Baltic. Cooke the actor, is arrived in town from America, and has been re- engaged at Covent Garden Theatre. Mr. Keer. e, a celebrated shot, killed 27 pigeons succes- sively, on Bagshot Heath, on Friday last, from a trap, at 21 yards distance from the gun. Wednesday morning, a horse belonging to Mr. Ilicks, of the Swan, Upper Clapton, for a wager of 100 guineas, was to perform 20 miles distance in one hour and ten minutes, which he performed in 55 minutes, carrying eleven stone. The animal is said to have performed it with ease. Seven men of the third Dragoon Guards received 200 lashes each, at Pete sfield lately, for being refractory on their march to embark for Lisbon. The sentence of one was commuted to serve abroad for life, and another received only 100 lashes in consequence of sickness. A fine bov, five years old, walking on Kennington Com- mon, with his father and mother, on Friday last, was struck on bis breast, by a cricket ball, and killed on the spot. The report of Mrs. Hyne's death, of Old Town, Plymouth, is premature; and from some symptoms which have ap- peared, her recovery is thought to be not impossible. A Coroner's inquest was held on Tuesday on the bodies of Mr. H. and his two children, when, after a laborious and patient investigation of several witnesses for twelve hours, the Jury were shut up, and soon returned a verdict— That Hlr. Hyne, being deranged in his mind, did, nith a rutor and two pistols, kill his two children and himself. Instances of self- destruction.— A surgeon of considerable eminence, in the vicinity of Finsbury- square, shot himself on Thursday morning.— An oilman, in Whiteehapel hun himself on Friday.— A Mr. Griffiths, residing in Joiner's place, Westminster- road, discharged the contents of a pistol through bis head on Saturday. Pecuniary embar- rasmtnts assigned as the cause.— A bricklayer, named New- man, having a violent dispute with bis wife, in a fit of rage, threw himself into the river Yare, at Yarmouth, and was rowned.— A military officer threw himself out of a w indow Sunday morning, in Southampton- street, Govent garden, and was killed on the spot.— A clerk in the Bank put an end to his life bv shooting himself with a pistol in Kensington- gardens, on 1' riday last. For Parliamentary and University Intelligence— see last page. 16th JUNE, 1812. ]\/ f RS. and Miss ALLEN respectfully inform their - Ltx Friends and the Public, that after tiie present Recess they intend OPENING a SCHOOL, at LITTLE- BOW- OEN, for the Reception of SIX YOUNG LADIES, to BOARD and EDUCATE.— Terms, and every other Information, may be obtained by Application to Mrs. ALLEN, Littlc- Bowden, near Market- Harborough. (£= r The School opens oil the 20th Instant. MARKET- HARBOROCGH, June 19, 1812. "| VT ISS JONES returns grateful Acknowledgments to iVA her Friends fur the liberal Support they have afforded her, and informs them, and the Public, that her SCHOOL will open, after the present Vacation, MONDAY JUI. Y 20. STONY- STRATFORD, BUCKS. MRS. CHIFNEY and Miss BIGG'S Boarding- Schaot for YOUNG LADIES iv'll re- open on MON- DAY, JULY S7th on the following Tern -:— Board and Edu- cation 20 Guineas per Annum, no Entrance t Washing lfls. Rd. per Quarter; French 10s. 6d. Writing and Arithmetic 10s. 6d. Music aCl. ls. and Drawing jt'l. ls. per Quarter, without Entrance; Dancing £ 1. Is. per Quarter, jt'l. ls. Entrance, OUNDLE BOARDING - SCHOOL ! ' or YOUNG LA DIIS. MISS BELL respectfully acquaints her Friends and the Public, that her SCHOOL re- opens JULY SOtb, 1812.— Terms, 20 Guineas; and one Guinea Entrance. DAVENTRY, July 8th, 1812. RS. COOPER respectfully informs her Friends and the Public, ( hat her SEMINARY re- opens on MONDAY the 20th Instant. M' M'I; MANOR or WYTHMILL PARK. WHEREAS the GAME within this Manor was, during the last Shooting Season, very much destroyed by Persons sporting thpreon without Leave : Notice., is hereby givcij. That if any unqualified Person or Persons shall be found Shooting in the Spring Woods, or over any other Part of the aid Manor, they will be prosecuted according to Law.— And all qualified Gentlemen are particularly requested not to sport thereon without the Leave of Allen Edwqrd Young, Esq. of Orlingbury. July IVth, 1812. FEMALE EDUCATION. ISS HAYCOCK, truly grateful for the liberal lincourageinent with which she has been honoured, respectfully informs her Friends and the Public, that her SCHOOL will Re- comraence on MONDAY the 27th Instant. Stamford, July, 1812. GRAMMAR SCHOOL, DAVENTRY, REV. Mr. EALLOWFTELI) respectfully informs his Friends, that his SCHOOL ( Classical and Commercial) will re- open on MONDAY the 27lii Instant. N. B. A Quarter's Notice will be required previous to the Removal of any Pupil. Daventry, July \ 6th, 1812, NEWPORT- PAGNELL BOARDING- SCHOOL, For a limited Number of YOUNG GENTLEMEN. MR. SMITH respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that his SCHOOL will re- open, after the present Recess, on MONDAY the 20th of JULY instant. Mr. S. takes this Opportunity to offer his grateful Acknow- ledgments for the liberal Patronage he has already experienced ; and trusts that by his utmost Exertions he shall continue to merit the Confidence of those who have, or may honour him with their Support. The School is conducted upon a libera] Plan, and the most conscientious Attention is given to the Comfort, Improvement, and Morals of the Children. s V. MINI A RY, SI A RK KT- H ARBOUOUG It, MESSRS. GILL & FOX very respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that the Business of the above SEMINARY" will be resumed on MONDAY the 27th of JULY Instant. ADDERBUUY SCHOOL. rpHE Rev. W. WOOLS TON respectfully informs his JL Friends and the Public, that his SCHOOL will epen again nn MONDAY the 20th Instant.— At the same Time, he hegs Leave to return his most grateful Acknowledgments for past Favours, and to assure those who may hereafter oblige him wilh their Support, that both Mrs. W, and himself will chearfully exert their utmost Endeavours to promote the Health, Comfort, and Improvement of those who may be entrusted to their Care. Adderbuty, July 6th, 1812. S. BARRING ER & SON, GROCERS and DRUGGISTS, fyc. Sfc. N E W PO RT- PAGN E LL, BEG Leave to return their most grateful Thanks to their Friends and the Public in general for the many Favours conferred on them; and respectfully inform them, that they have received, from some of the most reputable Medicine Warehouses in London, a general Assortment of DRUGS, PATENT, and GENUINE MEDICINES, where their Friends may be supplied with Articles of the best Quality, and on such Terms as will insure them that universal Satisfaction they have for many Years so liberally experienced. N. B. A Supply received of SODA, CHALYBEATE, ROCHELLK, and other MINERAL WATERS. Newport- Pagnelt, June 23d, 1812. THE Creditors of Mr. HENRY BOSS, late of WELLINGBOROUGH, deceased, are requested to meet his Executors at the Horse and Groom, in Wellingborough, on Thursday, the 23d Day of July instant, at Four in the Afternoon, and not on Thursday the 16(/ i instant, as before advertised; when a full Statement of the Atl'airs of the Deceased will be laid before them< and n Dividend made. By Order of the Executors, JOHN HODSO. V. Wellingborough, 9th July, 1812. THOMAS GALE'S INSOLVENCY. WHEREAS THOMAS GALE, of FENNY- STUAT- FORD, Bucks, Glazier and Coal Merchant, hath assigned all his Estate and Effects to Mr. John Day, of Fenny- Stratford, Draper, in Trust for the Benefit of his Creditors; Notice is hereby given, That the Deed of Assignment will be at the Office of Mr, Thomas Day, Solicitor, VWobiirn, for Two Months from the Date hereof, for the Signature of sueh of the Creditors who w ill partake of the Benefit to arise therefrom.— All Persons that have any Demand upon the said Thoaias Gale, are re- quested to send the Particulars thereof to the said John Day, the Trustee.— And all Debts due to the said Thomas Gale, must tie forthwith paid to the said Trustee, or Solicitor. id July, 1812. w. GRAND JUNCTION CANAL, 10th JULV, 1812. IIODGIUNSON respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that he has now on sale at STOW HILL WHARF, Cdals, prime Foreign Timber, Dutchess, Countess, and Ladies State, Blue- ridge Tiles, Whiting, Heart and Sap- Lath of an excellent Quality, York* shire rubbed Paving, Hearth Stones, Coping, 12,' 15, and 18 Inches wide, Sink Stones, Window Sills, Tool'd aud Boasted Flags, on the very lowest Terms for ready Money. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE "* Redemption and Sale of the Land- Tax, That such Persons who are or PURCHASE their LAND- TAX, may now do it for about One and Twenty Yeats' Purchase, at the present reduced Price of the Stocks, which Kate of Purchase tor an Annual Sum issuing out of Land must be advan- tages to the Purchaser, especially when it is considered that Purchase will be eflected without incurring Expense, NOTICE is hereby given, inclined to REDEEM ® r such DEDDINGTON, 9th July, 1812. AI. L Persons who have any Claim or Demand upon the Estate of JOHN BUTCHER, late of DEDDING- TON, Oxfordshire, Plumber and Glazier, deceased, are requested to deliver the Particulars of their respective De- mands to Mr. Field, or Mr. Jarvis, of Deddington, his Executors, or at the Office of Messrs. Churchill, Field, & Weston, Solicitors, Deddington, in Order that the same may be discharged.— And all Persons indebted to the Estate of the said John Butcher, are desired to pay the Amount of thier respective Debts to Mr. Field, or Mr. Jarvis, immediately. T DIVIDEND. WILLIAM IIODGKINS'S CREDITORS. HE Creditors of WILLIAM UODGKINS, late of WOBURN, Beds, Common Carrier, may on Appli cation at the Wheat Sheaf Inn, in Woljurn, on ( he 27th and 29ih Days of July instant, receive of the Trustees a Dividend arising from the Estate and Effects of the said Wm. Hodgkins, on the Amount of their respective Debts; and such of the Creditors that cannot attend on either of the Days aforesaid, will be paid the Dividend on their respective Debts, by ap- plying any Monday, nr Friday, at the Office of Mr. Day, Solicitor, Woburn, before the 1st Day . of September next.— All Persons that still stand indebted to the Estate, are re- quested to pay on or before the 20th Day of July, or coercive Measures must be taken to enforce Payment. except as to the Certificate of Land- Tax charged. All Persons who neglect to redeem their Land- Tax leave the same open to be purchased as Fee Farm Rents by any Person or Persons whomsoever. Pioprietors of landed Estates will therefore do well to con » sider the Inconvenience they may be under by suffering other Persons to obtain Rent Charges on their Estates, in Consequence ot neglecting them; elves to redeem their own Land- Tax, and a more eligible Opportunity of purchasing Rent Charges is seldom offered to Persons desirous of investing their Monies in that Way< All that is required of Persons wishing t-> redeem or purchase Land- T ax, is to send a Schedule or Description of the Estate oi\ which the same is charged, to the Clerk to the Commissioners of Land- Tax, in the Division in which such Land- Tax is charged, who will procure from such Commissioners the neces- sary Certificate of the Amount thereof, and on the Panv trans- mitting such Certificate to the Clerk's Office in the Town of Northampton ( where Attendance is daily given), and stating whether he intends to redeem by a Transfer of Stuck it once oc by Instalments ( which may be Annual or quarter!)) or a Money Payment to the Receiver General, the Contract will be pro- cured and transmitted to the Party without Delay, By Order of the Commissioners, WILLIAM TYLER SMYTH, Clerk. Northampton, 18/ A June, 1812. Place- House, Greut- Staughton, Huntingdonshire. To be LETT, And entered upon at St. Michael next, at an eas. Rent, ASubstantial Brick- built MANSION ; consisting of an excellent Drawing- ioom, 2( i Hetrt by IS Dining- room, 23 KVet by 11, Breakfast Parlour, 18 Feet by 14, Hall, Kitchen, Wash- House, six good Lodging- rooms, with Closets and Attics, Cellars, Dairy, Brewhouse, Coach- house, Stables for six Horses, and other convenient Out- buildings, with Yard, good G irden, andOrchard, containing together about two Acres, well planted; also three Closesof rich Pasture, containing together by Esti- mation 18 Acres. GREAT- STAUCHTON is a pha'ant Village, surrounded by capital Roads, and a good Neighbourhood ; situated about fid Allies from London; a Coach up or down every Dav ; five Miles from St. Neots, and three'from Kimbolton, both Market- Towns, in a fine sporting Country, and where two Packs of Hounds are kept at an easy Distance. Further Particulars may be had by applying to Messrs. FRANCIS RIX & SON, Merchants, St. Neolsfifby Letter, Post- paid).— N. B. A Pair ot Sawjers, good Hands, may have con- stant Fmploy by applying as above. of LODGINGS. To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, rj^ HF. greater Part of a very wood HOUSE, sima'e in the I. large and pleasant Town of WELLINGBOROUGH; consisting ot a Dining- room, Drawing- room, two Bed. Cham- bers, two Garrets, a Kitchen, Cellars, Ac. Sec. N. B. If required, a Two- Stall Stable, with Hay and Straw Loft; also a Closeof Pasture, of about two Acres. For Particulars, and to treat tor the same, apply to Mrs. FISHER, of Wellingborough. Wellingborough. PRIVATE EDUCATION. Rev. RD. ROBERTS proposes to receive limited Number of Pupils, on a liberal Plan. Mr. Roberts intends commencing on Monday, July 20th, 1812. CANAL PROPERTY] kXFORD, Grand Junction, Old Union, Warwick anil Birmingham, Warwick and Napton, Wyrley and Essiugtnn, Dudley, Stourbridge, Grand Surry, Croydon, Grand Western. Wilts and Berks, and Rennet and Avon CANAL SHARES, on Sale by PERCY ft SAN'DLES, Canal- Agents, Stock- Brokers, & c. No. 39, Throgtuoi tou- Street. London, July, 1812. INWARDS' INSOLVENCY. rTMIE Creditors of RICHARD INWARDS, 1 WINGFIELD, in the Parish of CHALGRAVE, in the County of Bedford, Dealer in Cows, may receive the first Dividend on their respective Debts due to them, on Friday the 24th Day of July instant, between the Hours of Two anil Sit o'clock, at the Swan Inn, Leighton- Buzzard. — And the Creditors who have not delivered their Accounts of the Debts respectively due from the said Insolvent, are requested to send the same to Mr. J. D. Bassett, Draper, or Messrs. Willis, Solicitors, Leighton- Buzzard, on or before Wednesday the 22d Instant, in order that they may be imitled to surh Divi- dend with the Creditors whose Accounts have been delivered Leighton, July 8th, 1812. THE into his Family a O Huntingdonshire Local Militia. To be LET I' or SOLD, AN ASS, with a FOAL two Days old.— Enquire of WM. KNIGHT, of Kettering. HIGHAM. FEIUIERS TURNPIKE- ROAD. " VTOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the . L^ i Trustees of the Higham- Ferrers Turnpike- Koad, leading from Westwood Gate, in the Parish of Knotting, ill the County of Bedford, to Barton- Seagrave- Lane, in the Parish of Barion- Seagrave, in the County of Northampton, will be held at the House of JOHN MIE, known by the Name ot Sign of the GREEN D. I A GON, in HIGHAM- FIRRERS, on MONDAY the 10th Day or AUGUST next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon; at which Meeting it is intended to take into Consideration the Propriety of removing the said Gate called Westivood Gate, and also the Weighing- Engine from their present Situation to a certain other fart of the said Turnpike- Road, nearer to the South- End of the Town of Rushden, where the present public Road or Highway leading towards Newton branches out of the said Turn- pike- Road. Also of erecting a Side- Gute across the Entrance ef the said pal lie Road or High- way, branching out of the said Turnpike- Road towards Newton, and along the Side of the Turn- pike- Road. And also of erecting one other Side. Gate across the Entrance of a certain Lane in the Town of Rushden, leading towards Newton, called the Church. Lane, and on the Side of the said Turnpike- Road. And for the Purpose of making such Orders therein respectively as to the said Trustees, or the Major Patt of them then present, shall seem necessary and proper. And alio for the farther Purpose of transacting other Business relating to the said Turnpike- Road, arid the Trusts thereof. By Order, WM. ALLFN, Clerk to the said Trustees. Higham- Ferrers, July 1th, 1812. X0RTHjMrT0mHni£ To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A Very compact and valuable ESTATE, TITHE- FREE ; XX consisting of a substantial Farm- House, with every ne- cessary Out- house, Garden, Fish- Pond, Orchard, and up- wards of 217 Acres ( in a Ring- Fence^ of superior Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Lands, 182 of which are Part of Thrup Lands, in the Parish of NORTON, and the Remainder are lituate in the adjoining Parish ot VV1 LTON, and are now in the Occupation of Mr. John Radburne, as Tenant thereof, for the Remainder of a Term of 21 Years, which expires on tile 5th Day of April, 1814, at the low yearly Rent of =£ 260. This Estate is situate about two Miles from Daventry, 10 from Northampton, 30 Miles from Oxford, and 70 from Lon- don. It is Leasehold, held under the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Christ- Church, Oxford— renewable every seven Years. The Tenant will shew the Premises. For further Particulars, apply ( if by Letter, Post- paid) to Mr. EVANS, Attorney at Law, 97, Hatton Garden; or to Mr. COULSON, Attorney at Law, Bristol, who is authorised to treat for thesame. r|~^ IIE under- mentioned Men having absented them- 1- selves from the Regiment on its Assembly at Huntingdon, for the Year 1812, and not being accounted for by anv Cer- tificates, are considered as DESERTERS, and will be pro- ceeded against accordingly— viz. JOSEPH ARCHDEACON, serving for HOLYWELL; WILLIAM ALLEN, serving for YELLING. Any Person apprehending either of the above- named Men lodging them in the nearest Gaol, and giving Notice of the same to me at HUNTINGDON, AVILL receive ONE GUINEA Reward, over aud above the usual Sum allowed for the Ap- prehension of Deserters. B. D. IIOOKE, Captain and Adjutant Hunts Local Militia Huntingdon, July 1st, 1812. DAVKNTUY RESERVOIR. NOTICE is hereby given, That every Person tres- passing on the Land or Water of the DAVENTRY RESERVOIR, or who shall be detected in Fishing in the same, will be prosecuted by Action at Law for the Trespass; and also for the Penalty to which they will be respectively liable for so doing, without further Notice. By Order of the Northern District Committee of tile Grand Junction Canal, THOMAS W1LMOT, Clerk. Braunston, July CM, 1812. Sale of capital Tups. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Without Reserve, on Friday the 7th of August, at the SHEEP PENS, on the Estate of the late Mr. HICKMAN, of NEWNHAM, on the Left- hand Side of the Turnpike. Road from Northampton lo Daventry, TWENTY- THREE very good TUPS.— Mr. HICKMAN'I Sheep have for a great many Years been most carefully bred, from Rams hired of Mr. Webster, of Canley, near Co ventry ; Mr. Harrison, of Drakenedge, near Tamworth; Mr. Paget, Mr. Green, Mr. Farrow, Mr. Knowles, Mr. Brooks Mr. Pratt, Sec. kc. The Sheep will be penned for Inspection at Eleven o'Clock ar. d the Sale will begin exactly at One, rj, O'l OLEN, out of O Whitsunday last, A good HE- DONKEY, with long Close in OLNEY PASTURE, or. „ Ears about five Years old ; also a Bridle, Girth, Crupper, and Stirrup Leathers. And on the 23d June, a Sack, marked Palmer, with two Ropes in it, one had been used with Pullies, and tallowed. Any Person or Persons giving Information of the Offende or Offenders, shall, on Conviction, receive TWO GUINEAS REWARD of J. F. PALMER, Ironmonger, Olney. Notice to the Creditors and Debtors of the late Mr. THOMAS B \ RTLETT, deceased. ALL Persons who have any Claim or Demand on the Estate of Mr. THOMAS B \ RTLETT, late of BRACKLEY, in the County of Northampton, Felimouger and Woolstapler, deceased, are requested to transmit the Particulars of their Deiqands to Messrs. Charles VVyatt and John Heydon, of Banbury, Bankers; Edward Jones, of Brackley aforesaid, Esquire; or John Bartlett, of Brackley aforesaid, Farmer, in order that the same may be examined, allowed, and discharged. And all Persons who stand indebted to the said Estate are requested immediately to pay their respective Debts lo the said Messrs. C. Wyalt, J. Heydon, E. Jones, or J. Bartlett, w ho are duly authorized 1 o receive the sume. Brackley, 13th July, 1812. HUNTINGDONSHIRE. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, ACapital FREEHOLD inclosed FARM ; comprising ail excellent modern built Brick and tiled Dwelling, I louse with sashed Front, sufficiently commodious fur the Residence of a genteel Family; with Brewhouse, Barns, Stables, and other Out- buildings, and 191 Acres of Pasture and Arable Land, lying most conveniently contigu us thereto, and divided by good thriving Quicks into Grounds from 12 to lj Acres each. Also TWO FREEHOLD ME SSU AG I S adjoining. The House and Buildings are in a substantial - iiaie of Repair, and the Whole situate io the Parish c. t PI D LEY, in a fine open Country, within five Miles ot the Market Towns ot Huntingdon and St. Ives, 17 of Cambridge, and abo. u 64 of" London. Part of the Purchase- Money may remain on Security of this Premises, and immediate Possession mav be had. • Also to be SOLD by PRIVA TE CONTRACT, One other FREEHOLD ESTATE, siyiate in H h MING M> RD « GREY, in the said County, within two Miles of Saint I vcb- comprising a genteel, modern, and convenient Dwelling- House' with I'leasure Garden in Front, well planted with Shrub-, and surrounded with a newly erected circular Wail, wilh large Yard Barn, Stables, and other Out- buildings, and large Kitch i\ Garden and Orchard adjoining, well planted with choice thriving Wall and other Fruit Trees. Immediate Possession may be had, and the Purchaser may ba accommodated with the Occupation ot six Acies ot Meadow and inclosed Land, lj ing near to the above Premises t. r tba Term of six Years from Michaelmas n xt, at a moderate Rent. Further Particulars may be had on Appl cation ( if by Letter, Post- paid), to Mr. FISHER, Solicitor, St. Ives. St. Ives, July 8, 1812. To be LETT, rFMlAT good- accustomed INN, known bv the Name 1 of the KING'S ARMS, in TAMWORTH; com- prising good Cellars, Coffee- Room, Dining Roouis, Kitchens, Chambers, Stables, Brewhouse, Malt- House, Coach- houses, & c. & c. together wilh 30 Acres of excellent Land ; the Whole being well adapted for the Reception of the Gentleman and Traveller. For Particulars, apply to THO. Woon, Dravton- Manor. DAVENTRY, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. To be LETT, And may be entered upon immediately, ALL that substantial, Stone- built, FREEHOLD, sashed and slated DWELLING- HOUSE, most eligibly situate in the HIGH STREET, . in DAVENTRY aforesaid, late the Property and Residenceof Mrs. CADMAN, Widow, deceased ; comprising an Entrance- Hall, to the Right and Lett of which are exceedingly good fining and Drawing- rooms, commodious Kitchen, Larder, excellent Coal, Wine, and Beer Cellarage ; 011 the second Floor are genteel and airy Sleeping- ronms, also very good Servants'- Rooms in the Attics; detached is a con- venient Brewhouse, Coal- House, capital Coach- House, Stable, and other suitable Appendages, spacious Yard, large Garden inclosed by an excellent Prick Wall, and well supplied with Fruit Trees, together with a Paddock or Pleasure Ground, Shrubbery, and Fish- Pond, well stocked, adjoining, containing by Estimation, three Acres ( more or less), in the Centre ot which is a lofty well- built Summer- House, commanding a most delightful Prospect. Forj View of the Premises, apply at the House; and for further Particulars, and to treat for the same, to Mr. WARDLS, Solicitor, in Daventry. A Lease of a Farm— Herts. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, By Messrs. DRIVER, npiIE long UNEXPIRED LEASE of a singularly valu 1- able and desirable MANOR FARM, with a most com< fortable genteel FAMILY RESIDENCE, and all necessary and convenient Agricultural Out- buildings, situate at STUDHAM GROVE, about thiee Miles from Market. Street, four from Dunstable, and only 32 from London, in the Centre of several Packs of Hounds, and in an excellent sporting Country, abounding with Game of almost every Description; together with about Three Hundred Acres of rich Arable, Meadow, and Wood Land, in a high Stale of Cultivation, and in the Occu- pation of Mr. James Walters, for the unexpired Term of 14 Years, at a very low Rent.— Immediate Possession may be had. For further Particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Messrs. DRIVER, Surveyors and Land- Agents, Kent- Road ; or at their Offices, in the Auction- Mart. ' To be SOLD by A U C T ION, At the Red Lion, in Banbury, in the County ot Oxford, on Thursday the 27th Day of August next, between the Hours of Five and Seven in the Afternoon, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given, ADesirable FREEHOID MANSION, situate on the GREEN, in BANBURY aforesaid; comprising a spacious Hall, two Offices, Breakfast, Dining, and Drawing- rooms, Kitchen, four excellent Bed- Rooms, six Garrets, three Cellars, a Pantry, and a Brewhouse, with an excellent Garden adjoining. For Particulars, apply to Mr. BIONELL, Middleton, near Bicester, or at his Office ia Banbuty; or to Mr, P « i « HISNEIJ, Solicitor, Banbury. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. ' Valuable Freehold Manor, Advowson and Estate. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Auction- Mart, London, in the last Week of August, 1812 ( unless an acceptable Offer be in the mean Time made for the Purchase thereof by Private Contract), in one Lot, rrTIF, MANOR or LORDSHIP of HAWLING, in the " County of Gloucester,— the ADVOWSON of the RECTORY of HAWLING,-- the MANOR- HOUSE, and DEMESNE LANDS; comprising several eligible Farms with suitable Buildings, Thrashing- Machines, and every necessary Convenience, containing together about 1,650 Acres of pro- ductive Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land,— about 90 Acres ot Woodland and Plantations in Hand,— and 170 Acres of Land, held on Leases and Copies of Court Roll for Lives,' chief Part thereof depending upon single Lives, and several Cottages. This valuable Estate, which is Freehold and Tithe- free and the Land- Tax redeemed, comprises the whole Village and Parish ot Hawling, containing altogether upwards of 1,974 Acres of Land, lying very compact and well subdivided ; the principal Part thereof lett to respectable Tenants upon Leases, and pro- ducing a Net Annual Rental of more than Three. Thousand Three Hundred Pounds. HAWLING is situated on the Turnpike. Road, leading from Cheltenham to Stow. on- tlie- Wold, distant about nine Miles from each, eight from Northleach, and 16 from the City of Gloucester.— The Estate may be viewed on Application to Mr. WILLIAM COOKE, of Hawling. Printed Particulars may be had at the Auction- Mart; Bell Inn, Gloucester; Plough, Cheltenham ; King's Head North- leach; Unicorn, Stow; Star, Oxford; Warwick Arms, War- wick ; and of Messrs. GrahaTh, Kinderley, SI Domville, Ltncoln's- Inn, London; and Messrs. Churchill, Field, & Weston, Deddington, Oxfordshire; whoare authorised to treat tor a Sale by Private Contract; and at whose Offices Plans of the Estate may be seen. N » ti « e of the Day of Sale will be given in a future Paper. TAN- YARD, BEltMONDsEY. To be RE- SOLD, Pursuant to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, hearing Dale the 14th Day of May, 1812, made in a Cause thera depending, wherein James Simpson and others ar2 Plaintiffs, and Joseph Cuttcridge and others are Defendants, FREEHOLD ESTATE, late the Property of JAMES WARN E ; consisting of a spacious Dwelting- Hou, e and Offices, and another Dwelling- House, wiili several Warshou cs, Sheds, and other Buildings ; together with 174 Tan aud Lime- Pits, and an Extent of Building Ground, situate in Grango Yard, Grange Road, the Spa Road, and the Neckinger, in tlia Parish ot BfiRMONDSEY, in- the County of Surri. The said Estate will be re- sold in one Lot, with the Appro, bation of Samuel Compton Cox. Esq. one of the Masters of the said Court, at the Public Sale- Room of the said Court, in Southampton buildings. Chancery- Lane, London, on Thursday the 23d Day ot July, 1812, between the Hours of Two and Thtee o'Clock in the Afternoon. Particulars whereot may be had gratis, at the said Master's Chanbers, in Southampton- Buildings aforesaid; ot Messrs. WESTON Se TEESDALE, Solicitors, Fencburch- Street, London; of Messrs. CROWDER, LAVIK, Se GARTH, ot Fredcrick'a- Place, Old Jewry, London; and ot Messrs. DRIVERS, Sur. Vtyors, Kent Road ; or at their Offices in the Auction- Mart, London. Valuable Estate, Farming- Stock, 4' C. 4' C. To be SOL D by AUCTIO N, By R. JARVIS, On Wednesday the 29th Day of July, > 812, at the Red Lion Inn, in Brackley, Northamptonshire, at Four o'Cluck m the Afternoon, by Order ot the Executrix, Valuable LIEF. IIOLD ESTATE; comprising 114 Acres excellent Pasture and Arable Land, wilh suitable Buildings thereon, being in the Parish ot WHITFlEt D, neat BRACKLEY aforesaid, late in the Occupation of the Proprietor- Mr. THOMAS BARTLETT, deceased. For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. HETDOK, WYATT. & HEY no N , Bankers, Banbury; EDWARD JONES, luq. or to Mr. JOHN BARTLETT, of firackley. Also, on Tuesday the 4th Day ot August, 1812, will be SOLQ by AUCTION, on the said Estate at WHIT* I ELD, All the truly valuable LIVE STOCK, G ROWING CROPS. IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, and other EFFECTS; comprising fiv£ Cait- Hc » es, one Mare and Pony, seven In- calf Heifers, 40 Ewes and Lambs, 24 Ewe Tegs, two Waggons, tour Carts, two Rolls, four Pair of Harrows, two Ploughs, nino Sets of Harness, 20 Dozen of Hurdles, Sheep and Cow- Racks, Corn Staddles, Lead Horse- Trough, Ladders, Winnowir. g- fan, Bushel Sieves, Sacks, Sec. Sec. — Likewise, about 18 Acres of Wheat, 18 Acres of Barley, 13& of Beans, 12£ of Seed Clover, large Stump of Old Hay, a Quantity of Manure, and other Eflects, which will be specified in Catalogues to be had at the Inns in Brackley; Saracen's Head, Towcester; Swan, Buck- ingham; Crown, Bicester; and of the Auctioneer, Banbury. A CRANSLEY, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Capital Residence, Manor, Freehold and ' Tithe- free Estate, in the immediate Neighbourhood of Pytchley, and in the very Centre of that Hunt. To be SOLD by AUCTION, Early in the Month of August next, AVery excellent HOUSE aud FAMILY RESIDENCE, with suitable and convenient Offices and Out- buildings, situate atCRANSLEY, in the County of Northampton, together with a Moiety of the Manor of Ciansley aforesaid; a Messuage or Farm- House, Barn, Stable, and Out buildings ; also a very valuable Water Corn- Mill, with a good House and convenient Premises attached thereto ; several Cottages, Gardens, Orchards, and Paddock, and divers Pieces or I'arcils ot Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land; the Whole containing nearly 200 Aces. The Property is intended to be sold'in Lots; and printed Par- ticulars will be prepared immediately, and may shortly b„' had at the White Hart, and George Inns, Kettering ; and at thi principal Inns in the immediate Neighbourhood. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. JEVIS. Solicitor, Northampton; and foraView of tne Premises, to Mi. ivi'. istsir, oi Mr. WA( SI » , ot Cianslev. The Northampton Metcury; and General Advertiser for tin Comities of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham Huntingdon, Leicester. Warwick, ' Oxford, ami Tl'ertfimk Wednesday's and Thursday's Pos/ s. From Vrie LONDON GAZETTE, of July 14. AtifoiriiUy- OJIke, July 14. ADMIR AL lord Keith has transmitted to John Wilson Croker, tEsq. a letter from Cautain Sir Home Popham, fit' his MaieStv s ship the Venerable, dated near the Bar of Bilboa, the 15th of last month, giving an account of his proceedings subsequent to the surrender of the French troops at Leqttitio, as staled in the Gazette of the 4tli inst. In the afternoon of the 20th the enemy had collected about eleven hundred men in the, neighbourhood of the above place, but on hearing from the peasantry that two thousand men had been lauded from the English squadron, they retired; and intercepted letters were transmitted to Sir H. Pop ham, by which the Commandant of Gernico was instructed to prepare rations for a French General, and two thousand six hundred of the Imperial Guards. Onthe S8tf, in the afternoon, the squadron being on its way to co- operate in an attack intended to be made by a Spanish General upon FiilboA, and the wind being unfavour- able for setting round Machichacho, a part of the squadron fetched the anchorage of Bennett, and parties were prepared to land by six in the evening. The enemy were found to havp retired, leaving a small magazine of provision's in a fortified convent, which was taken possession of, and distri- buted to the poor, and the ships in want of waiter were completed. The battery on ( he lull of Bermeo, consisting of five eighteen pounders, was destroyed, and the guns rendered useless, and all the fortified places of which the enemy had had possession Were blown up.- On the 24th the Venerable arrived off Plencia, where parties from the Rhin and Medusa w^ re destroying the works ; and some of his Majesty's vessels were immediately dispatched to commence the operations of dismantling the batteries, and destroying the guiis on each side of the inlet bf. low the bur of ihe Bilboa river. j In the afternoon of the same day Sir Home Popliam lartdfcd at Algorta with the Captains' of the squadron, Gen. Carrol, and Sir Howard Douglas, and & detachment of the royal mirine force, under his orders; but, as the country was particularly close, and calculated for a surprise, they re- embarked before night. The castle of Galea was de- stroyed bv Captain Bloye ; it consisted of tight eighteen and twenty- four pdttnders: the guard- house, and guii- cai riag'os were burnt, and the trunnions knocked oft" the guns. The batteries of Algrirta and Bcsona were destroyed by I- i'cuts. Groves and O'Reilly-, the former mounting five eighteen pouiiders and the latter four. On rlie opposite side nf the inlet the batteries of El Cainpillo las Quersas and Xebiles, mounting fieri n guns, eighteen and twenty- four pounders^ were destroyed by Lieutenants . Coleman and Arbuthn'ot. On the 25th, at dawn, parties of the enemy were seen advancing, an1, at five, entered the destroyed batteries of Algorta, but soon retired from thence on the squadron's making a disposition to stand up the inlet. They afterwards formed on the plain, and were found to consist of two thousand men at Algorta, while four hundred were, sent to Puerto Galena. Three of his Majesty's sloops closed with the fart at the latter place, silenced, it, and drove the enemy from it. Sir II ule expresses bis belief- that the enemy's cms was the One or which radons had been ordered at • - o, and which was completely diverted from its • ina' destination. ir Home P>>. ham concludes by commending the zeal and exertions of. tlx- Officers under his orders, on these several occasions, in all which the squadron has not had a single man hint. —' LONDON, THURSDAY, July 16. ComtmncemetU of hostilities between Russia and France.— French Papers to the lliliinst. haveariired in town. They contain the first three. Bulletins of the Grand Army: from which it appears that the French have passed the Russian frontiers, and that skirmishing has actually taken place betwe en theircavalrv and the Cossacks. The Bulletins are chiefly filled w ith details of the movements of the French armv, which, judging from the number of officers of dis- tinction employed, it may be inferred is more numerous than Bonaparte has brought into the field on any former occasion. The second Bulletin contains an address to his army, iii which Napoleon tells his soldiers, that" Russia is draggr- d on by a fatality, and iliat Her destinies must be acc '- nplished 1 he second war of Poland," he says, " will be a- gl MI.. us to the French as the first; but the peace which we shall conclude will be its Own guarantee, and will put an end to that proud and haughty influence which Russia for 50 years has exercised in the affairs of Europe." In addi'ion to the Bulletins, the French Journals contain a long diplomatic correspondence between the Ministers of France and Russia, on the points in dispute between the two countries, and a copy of the propositions made . by Bonaparte to this GiH'CTnment in the month of Apiil last, with tin answer of Lord Castlereagh to the same. From these last documents, it appears that an insuperable diffi- cul- v occurred at the very commencement of the negociation, with regard to Spain, whether JosephBonaparte, or Ferdinand VII, should be considered as the legitimate Sovereigti-' of that country. Having bound itself to support the cause of Spain by the faith of treaties, the British Government deeihed it impossible to enter into any negociation, at the outset of w hich the independence of the Spanish monarchy was iivt acknowledged, and therefore an explanation was demanded by Lord Castlereagh of the French Minister, wlieiher by " the present dynasty" of Spain, was to be understood the brother of the French Ruler, or Ferdinand VII? The French Papers received in town do not supply the answer of B mapartc to this inquiry, and therefore it is obvious that the negociation ended. The documents relative to the points in dispute between Russia and France, occupy several columns of the Moniteur. but the substance of them may be compressed into a narrow compass. The grand accusation of France against Russia 1 « , tiiat ihe latter infringed on the Treaty of Tilsit, by the admission of English and Colonial produce into bet ports. The annexation of the Duchy of Oldenburgh to ' lie French Empire is spoken of, as a necessary consequence of the previous annexation of the llanse Towns, and the remon- strances made by Russia against that act of usurpation are treated as injurious to the honour of France. Every effort appears to have been made by Russia, short of absolute submission, to avert hostilities, but the Emperor Alexander could not treat with Bonaparte while he held Prussia in chains; and though it is for Russia a dreadful conflict, it appears to have been unavoidable. It is the hope of all observing men that the Russian Commanders will act uniformly on the defensive; it affords the host chance of success; yel even for this their country is not the most favourably calculated, as they have few natural fortresses. Their Chief dependence must, therefore, be in the difficulty which the French will find in subsisting their armies, and particularly in finding forage for their cavalry. Every effort must be mule to aggravate this difficulty; and though it> can only be done by desolating the country, yet even this horrible calamity must bfe etidored.— A protracted war willbe far the most formidable to the enemv. The Generals whom Bonaparte has selected to assist him r. re Davoust, Macdunald, Mortier, and Murat. It is sin- gular that scarcely any of the Maislial* that were employed by Bonaparte in the former war against the Russians are employed upon the present occasion. Massena, Ney, and I. efebvre, had the chief commands in the campaign of 1JJ07. An AnholtiMail arrived yesterday, bringing letters from Ootfenburgh to the 8th. They concur in staling, that as pood an understanding subsists between Great- Britain, Russia, and Sweden, us if a treaty of alliance had been actually concluded. Advices from Liebau state, that the Russian armies were preparing to retreat, and that eiery kind of'provisions would be destroyed or carried off bv them. Orders bad been received there, and at Pilhiu, fin- al! vessels laden with grain to proceed immediately to Riga. Sir .1. Saumarez was about to proceed up the Baltic, to co- operate with the Russians. The Crown. Prince of Sweden is said to have 60,000 Swedish troops under arms, excellently disciplined, besides a reserve of 25,000 men. There is also a squadron of eight ships of the line and some frigates, which, it is reported, will take 15,000 Russians on board in Finland, and land tlieni on the Continent. An expedition against Denmark, the ally of France, is spoken of as the first operation of these troops, in conjunction with those of Sweden. A letter was yesterday received from Cadiz, stating that no expectation was indulged of being able to dislodge the Freuch from their entrenchments by open force, in the neighl jurhood of that place; but it was hoped, that Lord Wcllit. gton, bv advancing towards Madrid, would render the situation of the French Southern Army so critical as to induce the enemy to withdraw for his own security. The army under Soult, comprehending the troops of Drouet, the garrison of Malaga, and the besiegers before Cadiz, were estimated as high as 55,000 men. The Duke del Infantsdo was not popular— and he was so fully persuaded that he should be unwelcome to the Nobles and others attached to the ancient order of things, that he was determined to resign, unless he were permitted to re- organize the Government. Letters from a General Officer, of the 20th of June, from Salamanca, state, that, the army was iu the highest health and spirits. It Was not then known whether Lord Welling- ton intended to attack Marmont behind the Douro. Government have deemed it expedient to make an alte- ration in the licenses granted to Americans. American ships were allowed to export only goods of British manu- facture; they are now at liberty to export such articles as by law may be exported. The licenses will, besides, protect the return of the said articles to Great' Britain", should the Government of the United States refuse them admission into the ports of America. At Tarragona two ships.. . had obtained licences from the French Govern > r* o be admitted into ill.- port with cargoes of colonial produce. In violation of public faith, they were both of them seized and confiscated on entering the har- bour. The enemy continued in the neighbourhood of Aii- cant, but had not appeared before the place since the re- pulse he lately received. It is reported that a second battalion of Royal Marines is now forming, to join the expedition under Lord Cochrane.: it will be selected from four divisions, and a company ot mdrine artillery added thereto. The following is an abstract of the Dill " for the pr< « < r- vation nf the public peace in certain d'uliirbed counties:"— Arms collected for purposes dangerous to the public peace maybe searched for and. seized by any constable under the warrant of a Magistrate. In cine admission is refused, the, constable may enter by force by day or bv night. The ierond clause appoints arms not secure froth unlawful seizure to he lodged in places of security ; receipts fir the. same b- ing given to the persons from whom they are taken; - urh persons having also ( he liberty of appeal to llie Special Sessions in be held every three weeks. f" r the resto ation of their arms. The arms are to remain in safe custody till the expiration of the Art, or while the district sha. ll ooM- nne si' di- nirb<' d as t- make it expedient in the judirment of ihe Sped - 1 Sessions to retain them. Another clause declare, unlaw till all assemblages for committing outrages, be. and all assemblies associated, or communicating by delegates, for the purpose of raising money by subscription in aid nf the abyve unlawful purposes. The penaltv on sueli offenders is Vh bli. ik. Such assemblies may- be dispersed hy the Magistrates; arid the'persons present, and all « uch as are found earr ing arms under suspicious circum- stances, ma\ be detained and required to give bail, and pro- secuted for a Justices may,' on information upon oath, commit any person acting as delegate or secretary to the above unlawful assemblies, 111 d l ike possession of the money, books, & c. belonging to stirli association. . Justice's may dis- perse any asseinhl v consisting of or more persons meeting at a distance from any house, between certain hours, which sur- h Justices may suspect to be assembled lor unlawful pur- poses. On refusal to disperse, the same shall he counted an unlawful assembly. Justices of detached and Adjoining coun- ties to have concurrent jurisdiction in such counties. Penalties are imposed 011 persons who knowingly permit unlawful assemblies 10 he held in their houses; and if at public houses, the licenses to be forfeited. The provisions of the Act U. exlend to certain counties left blank, and to such other counties as his Majesty shall, upon the representation of ihe Lieutenancy, declare to he so disturbed as 10 require the enforcement of the provisions of the Act. The duration of the Act is left blank. Statement of the quantity of Porter brewed by the first twelve houses in London, from the 5th of Jul;, 1811, to the 5th of July, 1312:— Barrels. K> COMMITTEE, a Meetinc of the General Committee of the Barrels. 100,821 81,022 58,035 51,274 51,220 31,010 Barclay & Go 270,259 Cooinbe & Co Meux, Re ids, & Co. 188,078 Goodwin & Co Truman & 150, UH Elliott & Co Whitbread & Co 122,446 Cocks & Campbell.. Calvert & Co 108.212 Taylor Meux, Henry, & Co 102,493 Clowes On the night of Monday se'nnight, about half past ten, a stack of wheat was discovered to be on fire,- half a mile from Cirencester, on the Gloucester road, and though every effort was made to extinguish the flames, ii proved ineffectual, as the w: hole was consumed. There is not the least doubt but it was set on fire by some incendiary— the stack had been three yeart on the spot. The inhabitants of Blagdon, Somersetshire, witnessed a remarkable phenomenon on Saturday last: about four o'clock P. M. a quantity of hay, supposed 10 be 200 weight, was caught hy a whirlwind from a field in the occupation of Major Partridge, whilst the air round was perfectly calm, ami was carried high above the clouds over Mendip Hill. A number of rooks and swallows immediately collected, and darting up with much clamour amongst the scattered hay, were seen pursuing it in circles through the air. A heavy fall of rain was experienced last week in the neighbourhood of Wincanton, which deluged hundreds of acres of mown grass, covering them with sand so as to de- stroy the crops entirely. Poor in the Principles nf the Established Church, held at the GEORGE INN. NORTHAMPTON, 011 WEO\ ESD4V the 15th of JULY1, 1812, present, The Pari of NORTHAMPTON in the . Chair; Lord Lilford; Rev. R. Baxter; Rev.' Geo. Boulton; F. dw. Bouverie, Esq ; T, Carter, Fsq.; W. R. Cartwrtght, Esq. M. P. j Rev. C. Crawley ; Rev. L. Crawley ; F. Dickins, Esq.-; W. S. Dtilben, Esq.; Rev. T. Eawcett; Geo. Gunning, Esq.; R<; v. ('. I sham ; \\ 111. Kerr, M. I),; Rev. S. W. Paul ; IIon. and Rev. L. Powvs; Hon. and Rev. F. Powys; Rev. William Robinson; Rev. J. J. Rye; T. S. W. Samwell I'. sq. j Rev. .1. Seagraye ; Rev. T. Sikos; T. R. Thornton, Esq. ; Charles Smith, Esq. ; Hon. and Rev. It. 11. Stopford ; S. Tibhits, Esq.; T. Twining, Esq. The Minutes of the former Meeting being read, It was resolved. In order to enable the Society to pay for the Purchase of the small Tenement adjoining the new Cer. lral School- Ro- un in this Town, without encroaching on the - renerUl Funds, that a Sum of £ 1,200, in Lieu of that nf £ 1.000 agreed upon at a form- r General Committee, be raised hy a Tontine or Subscription. —- The Members nf the General Committee within the Eastern and Western Districts of the County produced their Reports, which being read aud approved, Resolved, That, in pursuance of the Resolution passed on the 31? t Day of March last, two Committees be appointed, one for the Eastern and the other for the Western Division of the County, and ih 1 siirh Committees consist of all the officiating Ministers within these Division*, who now . are or who shall become An- nual Subscribers, or Benefactors to any A mm: ot, and of all other Persons who now are or who shall become Annual Subscribers » f One Guinea, or Benefactors of Five Guineas. That such Committees shall hold their Meetings at Kettering, Wellingborough, and Oundle, for the Easlern; an, I at Da- veiitrv, Toftcester, and Brai- klev, for the Western Divisions. That sueh Committees proceed in the tirsl Instance to con- sider nf and arrange a Scheme forlhe Establishment of Schools, in Conformity with the Views of ihis Society., in each of those T. i! wits. That ttfey proceed 111 the next Instance to consider of and nrrange the Mode of Assistance to be furnished to the other Towns and Villages of their respective Divisions, having Regard to their Population and other local Circumstances, and that they Report their Proceedings from Time to Time tn the General Committee. That the Central Committee he enlarged upon the same Principles as those this Day adopted for the Formation of the Committees for the Eastern and Western Divisions. A Central Committee having been appointed for • North- ampton, as well as Ihe two Committees f « r the Eastern and Western Divisions of the County, Resolved, That the several Hundreds of the County he divided as follows:— Spelloc, Wymerslev, NoboMle- Gr > ve, and Guils- borough, for the Central Division; Fane! ey, Chipping- Wurdeii, Green's- Norton, Towcester, King- Sutton, and Cleley, for the Western Division ; and Rolhwell, Orlinghury, Hamfnrdshoe, IIighain- Ferrers, Huxloe, Navisford, Pole- brook, Willibrook, and Corbv, for the Eastern Division. That tile Central Committee do proceed to procure Returns from the several Parishes in the Hundreds over which they are appointed, of the Nature and Circumstances, of the existing endowed and othec Schools therein. That 110 Resolution he passed by any of the above Com- mittees for the Expenditure of any Sum or Sums of Money, unless such Resolution, as well as the Estimate on which it is founded, be first approved by the General Committee; but that any small incidental Expenses incurred by them shall he presented, together with their Report, to the General Com- mittee. That it be referred to Ihe Committees for the Eastern nnd Western Divisions tn enquire into aud report to the next Meeting of the General Committee, upon the best Mode of establishing Schools in the several Towns of Kettering, Wel- lingborough, and Oundle; and of Daventry, Towcester, and Brackley; and of procuring Masters for the same; and that they obtain Estimates of the probable Expenses tn be in- curred in establishing Schools in these respective Towns. GENERAL INFIRMARY, NORTHAMPTON, . July \ Sth. 1812. THIS is to give Notice, That the ANNUAL STATED COURT of lhe GOVERNORS, of this INFIRMARY will be held here on SATURDAY the ist of AtJGtJST next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon; at which Time and Place all Persotis subscribing Two Guineas or more per Annum ( being Governors according to the second Statute) are desired Irt give their Attendance', that being the Court now- appointed for the Examination of the Conduct of the Infir- mary for the past, and the Direction ofitforthe ensuing Year. As the first Saturday in August is the Day now fixed by the Statutes for the Commencement of our Year, and as all our Annual Accounts are constantly made up to that Time, the Subscribers are earnestly desifed to send or pay their Sub- scriptions for the ensuing Year at this Annual Stated Court. It is token for granted that all the Subscribers ( even those whose last Year's Arrears are yet unpaid) will continue their Amjual Subscriptions, unless tiiey send the Governors Notice ill Writing, on or before ihis Annual Staled Court in August, of their Intention to withdraw their Subscriptions. Bv Order of the Committee, W. INOMAN, Secretary, ft^ r Linen Rags are very much wanted for the poor Patients : if rinv Ladies or others have any such to dispose of, it would he deem- H an acceptable present to the Charity. GENERAL INFIRMARY, NORTHAMPTON, July 18 th, 1812. THIS is to give Notice, That on SATURDAY the Ist Day of AUOUST next will be held a GENERAL COURT, at Twelve o'clock at N^ on, to take the Reports of the Committee coiire. ru- ing the present State of this Society. \ nd such Persons as wish to serve the Infirmary, are desired to send their Proposals, sealed up, to the Secretary, on or before Twelye o'clock on that Day, mentioning at what Rate they are willing to furnish the following Articles for the ensuing Quarter, viz.: Butchers' Meat, Flour, Bread, made of all good Wheat, in Loaves of 1.4 Ounces each ; Rice and Sugar, in order that the most Reasonable may be accepted. Also at the same Time, Proposals will be received for a Quantity of Soap and ( Umdles, for which ready Money will be paid. And it is further requested, thai the Bills due by the Infirmary to the 1st Day of August next may be theu sent ill, to be examined and discharged. By Order of the Committee, W. INGMAN, Secretary. BEDFORD COUNTY INFIRMARY. NROTLCE is hereby given, That the GENERAL MEETING of GOVERNORS, for auditing Ihe Ac- counts, will be held at the I N FIRM A R Y, 011 SATURDAY the 1st Day of AUGUST, at Two o'Clork. W. LEACH, Secretary. To the Afjftderl Zcit/ i Ruptures. PERSONS afflicted may find Relief, by applying to Mr. .1. BARN:-: S at Mr. NUT'S, the Sign of the Green Drjgon, East- End, W & LLI NGBO ROUG H, Northamptonshire, who cures that painful anil cumbersome Disorder without the Use of a Steel Truss, or putting the Person to any Pairf or Hin. d rancc of Business; he uses Carriages made of Dimitv, which he provides. His Medicines are healing and cure many Dis- orders that att. md the Body, as well as Ruptures, viz. cleanse the Blood and Urinary Passage ; also spittiiig of Blood, Ulcers on the Lungs and in the Bladder : cure foul and sore Stomach, and create an Appetite. — It is seldom that any P,. r.- on applies a second Time, as the Cure is generally performed by the first Medicines. Those who choose to apply, will provide two Glass Bottles, a Quart and a Pint. — Carriage and Medicines paid for on Delivery. N. B. This Advertisement is published by the Desire of many creditable People who have been cured bv'Mr. Bamei'a Medi- liiies. They are a safe and sure Cure, and have r. ever been known to fail since he first administered them, which is ten Years ' ago. — 11 is desirable they should bemudeknown to the Public. ' S T 11 A Y E I), ~ FROM a Drove of Beasts going from Bouillon Green fair, on FRIDAY the 20th of JUNE, A YOUNG BULLOCK AND A HEIFER. Whoever has lost them, and will describe the Marks, may have them again- by applying at Ihe SHOULDER OF MUTTOX Public- House, in the Parish of MOULTON, near Northampton, and paying for ihis Adverl'isement, the Expense of keepinr, and other Incidental Charges. Moulton, Juti) 17, 1812. Rounds and ilurerme. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, \ Compact FARM, situated in RAUNDS A.\ D HAR- L\ OK AVE, in the County of Northampton ; consisting of about 90 Acres of good Arable, anil I'astur; L? nd, divided into nine Closes, with a I'. arn. Stable, Cranarv, Hovels, aud other Conveniences, lately erected thereon. Possession may be had at Michaelmas next. For Price anit Particulars, apply at the Office of Messrs. HODSON, Solicitors, Wellingborough, where a Plan of the Estjte mav be seen. \ I7HEREAS day Night FIFTY- FIVE GUINEAS REWARD, sotne Person or Persons did, on Motl- ey JN ight last, maliciously and feloniously SET FIRE to a certain CART HOVEL, standing on the GREEN. in the Village of DEVSH ANGER, in Ihe County of North- ampton, and nearly adjoining to the Dwelliug- House and Premises of Mr. JOH^ CI. ABKE-, which Cart Hovel was entirely burnt down find destroyed. Whoever will discover the Offender or Offenders, so that he, she, or they may be convicted of the said Offence, shall, on his or their Conviction, receive a Reward of FIFTY GUINEAS from the said JOHN CLABKE; and a further Reward of FIVE GUINEAS from the Treasurer to the Stony- Sfratford Association for the Prosecution of EelonB. JOHN Fli. CONGREVE, Solicitor to the Association. Stony- Stratford, July 15th. 1812. ' ip BlSli ( Contractor with Goverqment), respectfully re- 3- e commends the Scheme of the small STATE LOTTERY, of only 10,000 Tickets, embracing the following among many other novel 1 npr vements — The lowest Prizes are £' t1, being seven Pounds more than the small Prizes in the late Lotteries, yet the Number of Capitals and other Prizes are not diminished, and every Number will be drawn from the Wheel. RL pecti That the first Meeting for the Eastern Division be held a OUNDLE, 011 the 20th Day of JULY instant; and for the Western Division at TOWCESTER, 011 the 30th Day of J u LY instant. That this Committee do now adjourn to THURSDAY the I3th of AUGUST, at Twelve o'Clock. Signed, ROBT. BAXTER, Secretary. Donations. Ann. Subs. Amount of Donations and Subscriptions before advertised =£ 1,950 5 0 =£ 120 19.0 Collected at Uaiton- Seagrave, after a Sermon by the Hon. anil Rev. R. B. Stoiifoid 13 0 0 0 0 0 Mr. l-' ranfis Litchfield 0 0 0 1 1 0 Kev. Wm. Wilson, Harrington 0 0 0 2 2 0 Mr. West, Little- Bowden 2 0 CORT & Co. Iron 4' Brass Founders, Leicester, ESPECTFULI. Y inform the Public, that thev make and erect WEIGHING MACHINES, suitable for Wharfs and Turnpike- Koa'ils, upon the most approved Principle. The Bridge being constructed wholly of Iron, they are not only more durable and less liable to Variation than those made" nf Wood, hut, from I heir Simplicity and Durability, are also cousidered the cheapest of any that have heretofore been invented. Several of them may be seen in Use, N. B. A second- hand Steam- Engine, of eight Horses' Power, made by Messrs. Bolton & Watt,- to be sold cheap, and may be seen at Work at their Foundry. O^ R" CLOCK- MAKERS supplied with BRASS of a superior Quality. 11 A R R I li R , S. To be SOLD, X^ LEVEN COUPLE of thorough- bred HARRIERS.— - i For Particulars, enquire of the Printets, if by Letter, directed H. S. Post- paid. LOST, from a Drove, at Houghton, Green Fair, on Friday the 26th Day of June, 1812, A light Red bald- faced Herefordshire STEER, Marked with one Clip upon the Tut on the left Side, and another tinder Ihe Tut on the right Thigh. Whoever wi. ll bring the said Steer, or give Information where it may he found, to Mr. PICKERING, of Pitsford ; Mr. S. SMEETON, of Sihbertoft; or to Mr. Allen, at the Swans Inn, Market- Hnrborough, shall be handsomely re- warded for their Trouble, aud have all reasonable Expenses paid. Copyhold Estate, Eeighton- Buzzurd, Beds. To be S OL D by P R I V A T E CO N T R AC T, A DWF. LLING- IIOUSE, situated iu LOVEI.- EXD, in the t\ Town of LpIGHTON ; comprising. four Bed- Chambers and Garret, with a room) Kitchen, Cellar and Bie- vhonse, and a Blacksmith's Shop in full Trade, with a shoeing Shed and Yard adjoining, near the Grand Junction Canal, now in the Occu- pation ot DAVID GRACE, the Owner, who will sliaw the Premises, and of whom further Particulars may be known. UUNJJLE, iyorthamptonshire. PRIME FOREST VENISON to he SOLD at BENJAMIN KNIBB'S, in OUNDI. E, by the Buck, half Buck, Haunch, or Side, duriug the Venison Season, 011 giving three Days' Notice. SCHEME 2 ... - of =£ 16,000 are.. .. . £ 32,000 2 .. . 4.000 8,000 2 3,000 6,000 4 ".'. 1,000 4.000 4 .. 600 2,000 6 .. 3H) 1,800 6 .. 2 0 1,200 8 .. 100 800 10 .. 50 5 ' 0 10 4!) 40- 1 840 1,930 .. 22 .... 42,46.) And a Free Gift of EIGHT PACKETS of TICKETS, ivhich To be S U L 1J by A U C 1 1 O N, By MASON 4- SON, At- Highgate- House, near Spratton, in the County of North- ampton, on Thursday the 23d Day of July, 1S12, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, \ Very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE ( Tithe- Free, and I * Land- Tax low), situate in the Lordship of HOI. COT, in the County of Northampton, in the following Lots ( viz ) Lot 1. A Cottage, House, and Garden, in the Occupation of Mr. James Henley. Lot 2. A Close of rich Pasture Land ( being an old lnclosuie), situate in or near the Town of Holcot; containing by Estimation, 011s.' Acre or thereabouts, and now in the Occupation of Mr. William Coleman. Lot 3. An excellent Farm- Hous- and Homestead, in good Rfpair, with P, arns, Stables, Rick- Yard and Garden adjoining; and also five Closes of exceedingly rich A table and Pastuie Land, well watered, and the fences in good Condition ; containing together by Estimation, 61 Acres or thereabouts ( mote or less) and now aho in the Occupation of the said William Coleman. N. B. Bath the Tenants are onder Notice to quit at Saint Thomas next. The Premises may be viewed by applying to the Tenants ; ard for further Particulars, and to treat for the Purchase by Private Contract until the 17th of July, apply to Mr. JOSSPH WHSTON, of Brixworth; or to Mr. RICHARD BUSWELL, Solicitor, North- ampton.— One Half of the Purchase- Money may remain on Mortgage of the Estate if required. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By JOHN DAT S,- SON, On Monday the 20th Day of July, 1812, rplIE growing Crop of GRASS, known by the Name of I the SLANCH MEADOW, adjoining Newport Common, con- taining upwardsof 14 Acres, the Property of Mr. R. HIGGINS, with a Power, after got, for its standing any reasonable Time. so arranged that the Purchaser of A BLANK MAY GAIN = C50; 000. Tickets and Shares, and schemes with the Particulars of the Select Numbers lodged ir. the Bank of England, to be hid at the Contractor's Offices, No. 4, Cqrnhill, and 9, Charing- Cross, London, and at the following Agents, J FREEMAN, Bookseller,— Noithampton. J. TURNER, Printer,— Coventry. Northamptonshire Freehold Estates. To be S O L D bv A IT C T I O N, By Messrs. R. $ K, BLABY, At the Red Lion Inn, in Long- Buckby, in the County of Northampton, on Thursday the 6th Day of August next, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract, in Lo. ts, ALL those FOUR CLOSES nr inclosed GROUNDS, with the liarn. Stable. Buildings, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, situated, lying, and being in the Hamlet of MUKCOTT, in the Parish of LONG- BUCKSY aforesaid, con- taining together by Estimation 25 Acres ( little more or less), lying within about a Quarter of a Mile of. the Grand Junction Canal, and within a few Yards of the intended Grand Union Canal now cutting Upon the Estate is growing a very large Quantity of fine thriving Oak, Ash, and Elm Trees. And at the same Time and Place, in Lots, All those TH U E K CLOSES of ancient inclosed G ROUN DS, wiih the Barn, Stable, Buildings, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, situate and being very near to tiie Town of LONG- BUCKBY aforesaid, containing about 25 Acres ( little more or le^ s). Anil also, all those TWO C LOS ES of rich M E A DOW LAND, nearly adjoining the last described Premises, containing 8i Acres ( more or less). Possession of the Estates may be had at Michaelmas next. For a View of the Estates and for Particulars, apply ( if by Letter, Post- paid), to the Occupier, Mr. John WADSWORTH, or at the Office of Messrs. DEMNY & SON, Solicitors, Long- Buckby. To Booksellers, Stationers, < § c. To be S () L 1) by A U C T I O N, In the Month of August next, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, AMESSUAGE and SHOP, situate in the most eligible Part of the IIICH- STREET, in N E W PO RT. P AG N I-. L I., in the County of Buckingham ; with the FIX TURES, STOCK in TRADE of a STAUONER, BOOKSELLER, PRINTER, and DRUGCIST; also the HOUSEHOLD- HJ RN1TU RE and other EFFECTS, late belonging to Mr. JETHRO INWOOD. For further Particulars, or to treat by Private Contract, Ap- plication may be made to Mr. WILLIAM LUCAS, Solicitor, 0} Newport- Pagnell aforesaid. Jul>) 17 th, 1812. This Day icus published, in one Volume, printed uniformly with his Works, Prict; 9s. in Boards, OERMONS attributed to SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL. D. O acd left for Publicauan by JOHN TAYLOR, late Prebendaty of Westminsrer, & c. London: Printed for ii^- pe & Hailes, at the Museum, Piccadilly. Fishery in Duventry Reservoir. To be L E T T bv A U C T I O N, By Mr. TITE, At the Wheat Sheaf Inn, in Daventry, on Wednesday, the 22d of July instant, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, for the Term of three Years, rpHE FISHERY of the DAVENTRY RESERVOIR 1 and the GRASS 011 the Banks and Laud not coveted wiih Water; containing together one Hundred and seventeen Acres, or thereabouts, ot which considerably above one Hundred Acres is covered with Water, it is well known to be abundantly stocked with large and tine Fish. By Order of the Northern District Committee of the Grand Junction Canal, THOMAS WILMOT, Clerk. firai/ nstort, July & th, 1812. To be SOLD by A U C'i i ON, By Mr. TITE, On Friday the 24th Day of July, 1812, at MAl DWELL, in the County ot Northampton, on the Premises of Mr STEPHEN WATSON ( who is going to leave Maidwcll), \ LL the following capital I. O IS; comprising one capital Chestnut Hackney Mare five Years old, got by Hue at. d Cry, out of a capital good Mare; one capital brown Hackney Maie, one capital yearling Cart- Colt, and three aged Draught Horses in Lots ; one capital Nine- inch Waggon, one capital Narrow- wheel Ditto, the Building- Materials ot four Cabbins, a Stab. le, Waggon, Hovel, Woad- Mills, Couch, Barn and Ranges, to be sold in Lots oti the Premises. N. H. ' l'he above Lots may beviewedthe Day before theSale, by applying 011 the Premises.— The Sale to commence precisely at Ten o'Ciock in the Forenoon, on Account ot the Number of Lots; and for further Particulars, apply to Mr. S. WATSON, stow- Houte; or, T. TITE, Auctioneer, and Sworn Appraiser, Daventry. To be SOLD bv AUCl'foN, On Thursday the SSd Day of July instant, at the Saracen's Head Ion, 111 Daventry, in the County of Northampton, at Four o'Ciock 111 the Afternoon, in several Lots, ' J 11K CROPS of WII EAT, BA IT LEY, OATS and BEANS, I now growing on the Farm and Lands lately in the Occu- pation ot Mr. WM. E I. MS, deceased, situate'in ihe Parishes of DAVENTRY aforesaid, and HADBY, in the said County. The Crops may be taken oft" the Premises.— For a Viewot the Crops, apply to Mr. MOSFS MILLER, of Daventry. Live und Dead Farming- Stock, Household Furniture, 4c. To be SOLD by AUCTION, BI, r. WOOD, On Wednesday July 22, 1812, on the Premises of Mr. WM. MEAD, leaving his Farm at C ADD IN GTON, near Market- Street ; CCOMPRISING two useful Draught Hodges, Sow and six J Pigs; two Narrow- wheel Carts, one Six. inch Ditto, Ploughs and Hsriows, Barn- Tackle, eight Milk- Leads, Seven- dozen Churn, Milk- Pails, Brewing- Copper, sweet Iron- bound Casks and Tubs ; an Assortment of Household- Furniture, as Bedsteads, Beds, and Bedding, Chairs and Tables, Kitchen- Requisites, and numerous other valuable Effects. The Sale will begin at Ten o'Clock precisely. To be SOl. D by AUC1ION, On Friday the 24th Dav of July instant, at the Saracen's Head Inn, in Daventry, in the County ot Northampton, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sjle as will be then and there produced, in several Lots, AVery desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE; consisting of three Closes of capital Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, situate nearthe Town ot DAVENTRY aforesaid, and adjoining the Road from Daventry to Badby ; containing together about 16 Acres, and late in the Occupation of Mr. William Elms, deceased. — For further Particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN HALL, or Mr. MOSES MILLER, both ofDaventry aforesaid ; or to Mr. OAKDEN, Solicitor, Daventry. Freehold Estate, ut Weston, Hertfordshire. To be S O L I) by " A U C ' I' I O N, By T. WOOD, At the Gecrge Inn, Baldock, in the County of Hertford, on Friday the 24th Day of July 1812, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, \ Small but very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE ( Tithe- f\ free), situate at WESTON, in the County of Hertfoid ; consisting of a Messuage in two Tenainents, in the several Occu- pations of Benjamin Gates, and William Johnson ; twoOrchards well planted with Apple, Cherry, and other Trees, and two Closes ot Rich Pasture Ground, containing together- five Acres or thereabouts, exceedingly well timbered and fenced. WISTON is Distant from Baldock about three Miles. To view the Premises, apply to the said BENJAMIN GATES, the Tenant; anil for further Particulars, to Mr. SMi- m^ Haynes Mr. EAGLES, Attorney, Ampthill ; or the Auctioneer, Leigh ton- Buzzard, Bedfordshire. 11ER I'I'ORDSHIRE. A Catalogue of' capital South Down Sheep, Which will be SOLD by A U C T I O N, By T. fVOOO, O11 Monday, August 10, 181 i, on the Right Hon. the Earl " of BRIDGE WAT E R'S llprER- Nii- Tiiou- f Aau, adjoining the Park, at ASHRIDGf, in Lots, O E V F. N T Y- E I G H T true- bred South- Down EWE O LAMBS, 71 EWE TEGS, and 35 South Down WETHER LA MBS ; and six T'JPS to LETT. The Sheep will be penned for Inspection at an early Hour, on the Morning of Sale, and aietruly deserving the Attention of Amateurs ot fine Stock. Catalogues may be had at the George Inn, Woburn ; Sugar Loaf, Dunstable; Bull, Redb. ourn ; Wh> te Hart, St. Albans; Salisbury Arms, Hatfield ; Essex Arms, Watford ; Green Man B; irnet ; K ing's Arms, Berkhampstead ; Rose & Crown, Tiing ; George, Aylesbury; Inns, in Heme!- Hempstead ; Auction- Mart, London ; Place of Sale; and of Mr. WOOD, Land- A gent, Sec. Leighton- Buzzard. Crops of Corn. To be S O L D by A U C T TO N, By THOMAS 11 AGGER, In Lots, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, on Monday the 3d Day of August, 1812, T^ IFTY Acres of Wheat, an excellent Crop, 25 Acres of - Barley, 12 Acres of Beans, and 60 Acres of Oats, at the Sign of the Three Horse-^ hoes, the Propertyof Mr. Wl L 1.1 AM TO M LI N SON, at G RE AT- G RAN S DEN, Huntingdonshire. Six Months' Credit on approved Security. To Builders, Carpenters, unit Others. To be SOLD by A U C 11 O N, By BROWN ,5- SON, On Friday, the 7tli Day ot August, 1812, at Eleven o'Clock ( subject to such Conditions as will be then produced), at the Red Lion Inn, Bedford, ABOUT BOO fine OAKS now lying at WOOTTON- . GREAT WOOD, and fields adjoining, in the Parish of Wootton, near Bedford. The above will be found very useful for Building, for Lath, & c. and are worthy the Attention ot those who may be inclined to become Purchasers. Catalogues, with the Particulars of each Lot, may be had seven Days previous to the Sale, at all the adjacent Towns, Place ot Sale, and of Brown & Son, Auctioneers, Bedford. May be viewed by applying to Mr. JOHN EINNETT, near the Chequers, at Wootton iiiorcsaid Brampton, near Huntingdon. To be S O L D by AUCTION, By Mr. PIERSON, In the Month of August next, THE very elegant, exceedingly convenient, anil much. I. admired MANSION, late the Residence of JOHN RICHARDS, Esq. deceased; situated in the beautiful and healthy Villageof BRAMPTON, two Miles from Huntingdon, with all requisite attached and detached Offices, Coaeh- House, Stabling, productive Kitchen and Pleasure Gardens, with ex- cellent Walls, Shrubberies, and 11 well- fenced Inclosures of exceedingly rich Pasture and Arable Land ; containing altogether upwards of 110 Acres, with a Farm- House, Yard, Barns, Stables, Piggeries, & c. and extensive Common Rights on Porthome Meadow.— The Apartments comprise Dining and Drawing- rooms of large and elegant Proportion, Library, spa- cious Ent ranee- Hall and Staircase, six principal Bed- Chambers, Dressing- Rooms, Water- Closet, handsome large Kitchen, and i pita I Ale and Wine Cellars.— The attached Offices consist ot Back Kitchen, Pantry, Dairy, Store and China Rooms, Brew- house, Coal and Wood- Houses, Saddle- Room, Servants' Cham- bers, with Back Stair- Case, & c.— The Whole amply supplied with most excellent Spring- Water. The Day of Sale will be published in this and other Papers; in the Interim the House, Land, and Premises may be viewed ; and Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had the 20th Day of July; at the Auction- Mart, London; George Inn Huntingdon aodBuckdsn; and of Mr. PISRSON, KimboJten, To O N, be S O L D by A U C T By JOHN DAY SON, On Monday the 27th Day of July Instant, at the House of Widow Garner, known by the Name of the Bull Inn, in Lilboume, in the County ot Northampton, near Rugby, Warwickshire, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there pioduced, in two I. pts, Lot 1. \ CLOSE of rich PASTURE LAND, situate in the Parish ot L1LBOURNE aforesaid; containing nine Acres and a Half ( more or Jess), and commonly called or known by the Name of MEAD LANDS, and now in the Occupa- tion of Mr. John Garner. Lot 2. A very desiable small CLOSE of rich PASTURF. LAND, situate near to the Town ot Lilbourne aforesaid, arid containing two Acres and a Half ( more or less), and commoi iy cal, led cr known by the Name of COMFTON'S CLOSE, and now also in the Occupation of the said John Garner. For a View ofthe Lots, applv to the Tenant ; and for further Particulars, to Mr. OAKDEN, Solicitor, Daventry ; or to Messrs. WORHYS', Solicitors, or the Auctioneer, both of Stony- Strat- ford, in the County ot Buckingham. Neat Household- Furniture and Effects, ' I'o be S O L. D by A U C T I O N, By JOHN DAY &- SON, On Thursday the 30th of Julv, 1812, on the Premises at RECTORY- HOUSE, at WOOL V K RTON, near Stoi \ i the . , Stony- Stratford, late the Residence of the Hon. and Rev. A H CAIHCART. RPHE FURNITURE comprises Four- post, Tent, and Press- II Bedsteads, with Cotton, Manchester, and Check Furnitures, prime Goose and other l eather- Beds, Mattresses, Qu- lts and Blankets; Mahogany and other Drawers, Wardrobe, Bureau, handsome Chimney and Pier- Glasses, Night- Tables, Basin- Stands, Floor and Bedside- Carpets, Sets of'Mahogany Chairs, Dining- tables wiih circular Ends, Pembroke and Card- Tables Eight- day Clock and Case, a capiul Piano- Forte, (' by Stoddard), incomplete Repair; Kitchen- Grate, Smoke- Jack, and Kitchen- Furniture; Brewing and Washing- copper. Mash- Vat, Brewing- Tubs, Hogshead and Half- Hogshead Beer- Casks, a capiul I urning- Lathe, with numerous other Articles The Sale will commence at Eleven o'clock precisely, as the Whole is intended to be sold in one Day. Valuable Freehold Estate, Land- Tax redeemed, with imme- diate Possession To be S O L D by AUCIIO N, By IP. WUI VE, At the White Hart Public House, at RHdgmount, cn Wednesday the 22d Day of July, 1812, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions- Of Sale as will be men produced, AVery desirable FREEHOLD- ESTATE, situate in the pleasant Villageof Rl DC MO U NT, in the Comity of Bedford; consisting of a neat plastered and tiled Dwelling- House, comprising a Kitchen and two Parlours, three good Bed- chambers, large Cellar, and Pantry; with large Yard, Stable, Wood- Barn, and Out- olfices; also, one Acie and a Halt ( be the same more orjlessjot exceedingly rich Garden Ground, late iu the Occupation ofthe Proprietor, Mr. JOSEPH NF. GIJS, deceased. Also, a; l those three Brick and Tiled Tenements adjoining, with Kitchen, Clumber, Wood- Barn, Sec. to each, lett to respectable Tenants, who are uuder Notice to quit at Michaelmas next. The Crops of Wheat and Potatoes now growing on the Ground, will be sold at the same Time. RIDC. MOUNT is only three Miles from Woburn, and adjoining the Duke of Bedford's Park.— The Premises may very easily be made into a neat Residence for a genteel Family. For a View of the Estate, apply oh the Premises; and for tuither Particulars, to the Auctioneer, Bedford. \) Valuable Grazing Farm und Manor, in the County if Northampton, Tithe- free and ljind- Tax redeemed. To be S O I. 1) b, y A U CTIO N, By HOGGART PHILLIPS, At the Auction- Mart, London, opposiiethe Bank of England, on Friday, July 24, at Twelve, AVery desirable FARM, Part FREEHOLD, and the Re- mainder I. EASZHOI. D for about 812 Years; containing about 394 Actes of excellent Pasture Land, in a rich grazing Country, three Miles from Market- Harborough, 19 from Lei- cester, and eight from Kettering, in the County of Northampton, with the Manor, or reputed Manor of Bra) brooke, extending over the whole Parish ; let 011 Lease to Mr. Lewis Saunt, whose Term will expire at Michaelmas 1813.— To be viewed, and Par- H , , Upping- ham; Denbigh Arms, Lutterworth; Wheat Sheaf, Daventry - Talbot, Oundle j Three Swans, Market- Harborough ; of Messrs! CLAMTREE & BICKNELL, Solicitors, 67, Lincoln's- lnn- Fields • at the Auction- Mart, and of IIOSGART & PHILLIPS, 62, Old Broad- Street, Royal- Exchange, London. DAVEMSY, July 16, 1312. To be S O L D bv AUG T 1 O N, By Mr. DVMBLE'WN, At the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Daventry, on Thursday the 6th of August next, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, ALL that substantial Stone- built FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, situate in the Centre of the HIGH- STREET, DAVEUTRY, latethe Residence of the Rev.' JOHN WILLIAMS, and now in the Occupation of Mrs. Cooper. The Premises consist of very good Cellarage, Kitchen, Pantry, and Scullery ; two Parlours, a Drawing- Room, six Bed- Rooms, and three good Attics; a paved Court, 35 Feet Square; a Pump with u fine Well ot Water; soft Water is likewise conveyed to the Kitchen by Pipes from Burrow- Hill; there are spacious Out- buiidings, which maybe used as Stabling, Warehouses, & c. The E state may be viewed, aud further Particulars known, bv applying to the Occupier. The Kortfiampton Mersury ; and General Advertiser,-. fnrAh Counties of Nurtluvipton, Belfnri, B lekin^ hin, Hunting lm, Leicester,- Warwick, Oxford, and Hertford V > F y Friday and Saturday's Pests. L. OMDON1, FRIDAY, July it. rpHE following letter WAS on Wednesday pristed at JL Lloyd's, communicating official intelligence of the total destruction of a Danish frigate, and a sloop of SO guns, which had sought shelter at. Arendahl, in Norway .— " Aiflifraltu Office, July la. " In reference of my letter of he 13th inst. relative to the Danish frigate a » d seven sloops of war which sailed from Christiansand, and were stated to have Keen chased into Ahrendahl, I have the command of my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to acquaint you, that these vessels were* on the 6th and 7th instant, attacked at their, anchorage, under the batteries of that place, by his Majesty's ships Dictator, Calypso, PodargNs, and Flamer; antl that the frigate and a sloop of war, of 20 guns, have been totally destroyed, and the rest of the vessels disabled ; so that the apprehensions, en- tertained on the subject of these vessels having escaped into the North Sea ate altogether unfounded. — I have the honour to be, Sic." ", T. W. CROKRIt." On Tuesday in the House of Lords on the third reading of Palmer's Compensation Bill, a considerable discussion arose ; and on dividing there appeared— Contents, present 46; Proxies', 53— 104. Non- Cnntents, present, 36; Proxies, 62— 08. Majority against it 0 — The Bill is therefore lost. And yesterday the Highways Surveyors' Bill was rejected, on the second reading, by a majority of nine against four. On Tuesday in the House of Commons, in a Committee of the whole House, to take into consideration the Prince Regent's Message, a vote of credit for ^ 3,000,000 was granted to his Majesty.— On the order of the day being read fur going into a Committee on the Bill for the Preservation of the Public Peace, Lord Castleveagh proposed a new clause enabling the Crown under certain circumstances, during the operation of the Act, to appoint Justices of the 1 Peace, although the individuals nominated might not be qualified according to law. Mr. Tierney, an « t a number of other Members strongly opposed tlws clause, and the sense of the House appearing to be against it, the same was with- drawn. The Bitl underwent some verbal amendments, and was afterwards reported,— And yesterday Mr. Bathqrst moved the first reading of a Bill from the Lords for faci- litating the Administration of Justice in the Court of Chancery.— S; rS. Romilly wished to call the attention of the House to the gravity antl imporranre of the present measure, which went, in fact, to take the Chancellor out of the Court of Chancery, by giving him a deputy, and to place him entirety in the Hotisffof Lords for the hearing of appeals. It was a bill casing the Lord Chancellor of the greater portion of his duties, and at the same time securing to him all the fees and emoluments in the same manner as if he had discharged those duties. He trusted it was not the intention of Ministers to press it. through Parliament in the present Session.— Lord Castlereagh said, it was the wish of Ministers the Bill should pass the present Session. After some discussion, the Bill was read a first time. NORTHAMPTON BOARDING- SCHOOL. |\ THS. WICKES yvitli much Respect informs her Lvi Friends, that her SCHOOL will re- cdinraence on MONDAY the 20th Instant. Abington- Sfreet, July Oth, 1S12. Ladies' Seminary, Newport- Pugnell,. Bucks. "! Y, TRS. WARD, with grateful Acknowledgments, XvX mo « t respectfully informs her Friends and the Public, that her SCHOOL will OPEN again oil MONDAY JULY 20th, 1S) 8. KIM BOLTON SCHOOL, HUNTINGDONSHIRE. " V/ f RS. CODLING respectfully informs her Fiiends 1* 1 and the Public, that the P, usiness of the SCHOOL will re- comirietlee on Wnnvrsn. tv the 22d of Jur. Y, 1812. IT AMES SH ARP, wjrat $ CLOCK- MAKER. MISRCKRS'- ROW, N O R T HA M PTO N. 15 F. GS to inform his Friends and the Public, he ^ has commenced tile above Business, and hopes, by strict Attention, and supplying Articles of the best Quality, and on the most reasonable Terms, to merit Encouragement. N. R. Plate, & c. Sold and Repaired. COT, LF, OF,- LA N F. ACADEMY, NOR I'll AIV] PTON. MESSRS. WATTS & DIX respectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that their ACADEMY" will re- open on MONDAY the 20tlt Instant, when ( hey solicit a Continuance of their Support ; assuring them such Exertions will be made fur the Improvement of their Pupils as they trust will give gpneral Satisfaction. July IOift, 1812. WMASON respectfully informs • the Public, that his SCHOOL will A' 1 his Friends and ill Re- open, for the Reception of PUPILS, on MONDAY July 20, 1812. llowell, Northamptonshire. ACADEMY, DAVENIRY. THOMAS SANDERS respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, ifat his SCHOOL will open again en MONDAY the 20th of July, 1812. ff^ i" A Quarter's Notice is required previously to a Pupil leaving School. M TOWCESTER SCHOOL. rrl WIHTE & SON have the Pleasure of announcing 1 • to their Friends and the Public, the proposed re- opening of their SEMINARY on MONDAY the 20th Instant. July 1 st, 1812. D It A W 1 N G. MR. PRETTY ( Dravlng- Muster to Rugby School), respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends, that he purposes giving INSTRUCTION either pri- vately, or to Schools, on those Days he is not engaged ; com- mencing on the Ist of August next.— TERMS may be known upon Application to the Printers j if by Letter, Post- paid, directed to I). G- Northampton, Julu 17th, 1812. PARTNERSHIP. WANTED, A SLEEPING PARTNER, in a RBADV- MOKEV BUSINESS, with about £ 500. Particulars tnav he known by Letter addressed, Post- paid, to A. Z. at the Printers of this Paper.— Noue hut Principal* need apply. Cheap Liniit and Woollen- Drapery. C1 WHirWORTH respectfully informs his numerous J • Friends and the Public, that lie has OPENEO a SHOP on the PARADE, next to Mr. EDGE, f) rHggist ( while his HOUSE in the DRAPERY is undergoing considerable Repairs), where he purposes Selling off the Whole of his Stock al reduced Prices, to make Room for ail entire new ASSORTMENT on the lie- opentne of his Sho[ i in the DRAPERY ; of which due Notice will be given. fi^ r The above JIOCS SHOP are to be SOLD. Applvto Mr. WB VTORTH, on the Premises. Northampton, July 15M, 1812. DYING AJ-- D CLEANING. Old- established Dye - House, Bridge- Street, NORTHAMPTON. BAINES begs to return his most grateful * * • Acknowledgments for the liberal Support he has been favoured with, whilst in Partnership with his late Father, and to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and tile Public in general, that he CONTINUES the above Business in all its Branches, and respectfully solicits a Continuance of that Sup- port, which it will ever lie his Study to deserve, bv Attention to the Execationand Dispatch oP liieir Commands. Ladies' Muslin, Silk, Satin, Irish Stuff, Lustre, Gossamer Gauze, Velvet and Cloth Pellises, Gowns, Sic. dyed any Colour requin d ; Silk and Cotton Stockings and Gloves dyed Black, Lead- Colour, & e. to look as well ns new ; Chip and Straw Bonnets dyed and neatly finished; Feathers dyed and curled; Gentlemen's white Cotton Small- clothes dyed Drab, and Black ; blue Coats cleaned and the Colours refreshed, with every Article of Dress; al. o Furniture, as Window- Hangings, Sofa and Chair- Covers of Cotton, dyed Sky- B'u?, Yellow, Orange, Crimson, Le Puce, Sic. & e. with Linings and Fringe to correspond; Green Table and Floor Cloths . cleaned, dved and hol- pressed ; Carpets cleaned and the Colours preserved; Blankets cleaned. As nothinganswers the Purpose of dying better than Moreen. Damask, Harateen and those Jyinils of Furniture; the Colours of which are commonly very much faded before the Stuff i- half worn out, but when dyed and finished with a beautiful Water, appear nearly as well as new, W. B. begs to observe that the present warm Season is very eligible both for his Fi iends and himself, as they may at this Time be best spared and also well executed and quickly returned. Parcels sent by Carrier" or Newsmen will meet w ith the strictest Attention, and be returned with Punctuality. N. B. Ladies' white Veils, Dress- Caps, white Feathers and Pilgrim Tippets cleaned; aiso Silk Shawls cleaned and the Colours preserved. Northamptonshire Agricultural Society. T an adjourned Meeting held at the GEORGE INN, NORTHAMPTON, on FRIDAY the 17th Day of JULY, 1812; Earl SPENCER, in the Chair; It was concluded, tint the following Premium, be offered for the Year 1813; to be awarded at the Annual Meeting to be held on the second Day of the Summer Assize :— _ £. s. d. To the Labourer in Husbandry who shall have main- tainedthe largest Family without parochial Assistance 6 8 0 To the Labourer who shall have maintained the next largest Ditto 5 5 0 To Ditto the next largest 4 4 0 To the three Labourers in Husbandry who shall have maintained the next largest Families without parochial Assistance, each 3 3 0 To the next three Ditto, each 2 2 0 To the next three Ditto, each 1 1 0 To the three Laboun- rs in Husbandry who shall have worked the longest l ime with one Master or Mistress, or on the same Farm, each 3 3 0 Ditto to the next three longest Ditto, each 2 2 0 Ditto next three Ditto, each 1 1 0 To the two Male Servants in Husbandry who shall have lived the longest Time with one Master or Ml tress, or on the same Farm, each 3 3 0 Ditto next two longest Ditto, each 2 2 0 Ditto next two Ditto, each 1 1 0 To the two Female Servants in Husbandry who shall have lived the longest l ime with one Master or Mis- tress, or on the same Farm, each 3 3 0 Ditto next two loftest Ditto, each 2 2" Ditto next two Ditto, each 110 To the two Shephetds who shall have reared, to the 1st of June, 1S13. the greatest Numberof Lambs in f'ro- portion tothe Ewes entrusted to their Care, the Num- berof Ewes being not less than Four Score, each . .. 3 3 To the two Shepherds who shall have reared the neit greatest Number, each 2 2 To the two Shepherds who shall have reared the next greatest Number, each - 1 1 To the Widow of a Labourer in Husbandry, who shall have supported herself and Family, by Industry, the greatest Number of Years, without parochial As- sistance 3 3 To the Widow of a Labourer in Husbandry who shall have supported herself and Family, the next greatest Numberof Years, Ditto "- Tfc2 2 C To Ditto. Ditto - * C To the Fatherless or Orphan Mole Child ot a Labourer in Husbandry who shall have supported himself tor 12 Months, and upwards, at theeailiest Age 2 2 I. To the next Ditto 41 c To the Fatherless or Orphan Female Child of a Labourer in Husbandry who slull have supported herself tor 12 Months and'upwards, at the earliest Age 2 2 C To the next Ditto 1 1 c To the Child or Children of a Labourer in llusbamlry who, at the earliest Age. shall have supported a Parent or Parents, who, from Infirmity were inca- pable of supporting themselves......— 2 f To the next Ditto 1 1 1 To the I abouier in Husbandly who is a Member of a Frienlly Benefit Society, and has been such the greatest Number of Years 5 5 ( To the next Ditto 4 4 ( To the next Ditto - 3 3 < To the next Ditto 2 2 < ' So the next Ditto 1 1 ( To the Farmer, in Northamptonshire, the Land in whose Oc- cupation ( not being less than ISO Acres, and not less than 100 Acres Arable), shall be adjudged to be cultivated in the most judicious, clean, and in everv Respect husband- like Manner; the Nature of the Soil, the Time of his having occupied it, and the Condition when entered upon, being taken into Consideration, a Cup Value Twenty Guineas. To the Servants snd Labourers who have been employed on that Farm for 12 Months and upwards, Five Guineas,— to be divided in Proportions at the Discretion of the Occupier. To the Farmer, in Northamptonshire, the Land in whose Occupation ( being less than 150 Acres, and not less than 60 Acres . Arable), shall be adjudged to be cultivated in the most judicious, clean, and in every Respect husband. like Manner; the Nature of the Soil, the Time of his having occupied it, and the Con- dition when entered upon, being taken into Consideration, a Cup Value Fifteen Guineas. To the Servants and labourers who have been employed on that Farm for 12 Months and upwards, Three Guineas,— to be divided in Proportions, at the Discretion of the Occupier. It is required that the Farmers, who may be Candidates for these Premiums, do give Notice to the Secretary, of their Inten- tion, on or before the 1st of May, 1813, that their Farms may be inspected hy such Persons as the Society may appoint, at such Periods as may be judged necessary, previous to the Annual • Meeting, 1813. They must also state the Nature of the, Soil of their Farms, and the System of Farming they practise. Additional Annual Subscriptions, not before advertised. -£. s. d. The Earl of Pomfret 5 5 0 • Sir James Lar. gham 5 5 0 S- rr Richard Brookede Capell Brooke 2 2 0 A. E. Young,. Esq. Orlingbury 2 1 0 Rev. John Stanton, Scaldwell 1 1 0 Mr. John Hevgate, West. Haddon- Lodge 110 C. HI l. LYARD, Tiea- urtT and Secretary. To Barents and Guardians. \ Y ANTED, A YOUTH of liberal Education, as * » an APPRENTICE to a CHYMIST, DRUGGIST, & c For Particulars, apply to Northampton. Air. . MARSHALL, Parade, To Carpenters. WANTED immediately, EIGHT good WORK- MEN, to whom liberal Wages will be given, by ap- plying to > 1r. ROBERT NIXON, Builder and Building Sur- veyor, Wuburn, Beds. LADIES' BTARDJNG - SCHOOL, SvcArtc, NORTH A M P TO V. RS. and the Miss FREAKES respectful! v an- nounce to their Friends, that their SEMINARY will re- commence on MONDAY, Jur, y 20th, 1812. fntenbctJ ® otuuwnt TO THE MEMORY OF The Right Hon. SPENCER PERCEVAL. SUBSCRIPTIONS, Amount of Subscriptions before advertised. .^ 735 18 ( 1 Rev. Henry Portington..'. 2 2 0 John Beauclerk, Esq 10 10 0 The Hon. H. Legge, London 10 10 0 Mr. John Pettifer 2 2 0 Rev. J. Seagrave 3 ,3 0 Fiennes Wykham, Esq- Farthinghoe 3 3 0 V\ 7ANTED immediately, an APPRENTICE to a V* BUTCHER.— For Particulars, enquire of WILLIAM WEST, Weedon, Northamptonshire. BLUNI1AM FEAST. W'E, ( he INHABITANTS of BLUNIIAM arid MOGGKRHANGER, in the County of Bedford, have determined, and do give Ihis public Notice, that in our Parish no BOOTHS nor ST A LLS shall be erected, neither shall any Thing be exposed for Sale on SUNDAY, the 26th of JULY: and we do likewise- resolve, that on MONDAY the 27th Instant, and the following Days, the Public Houses shall not be open at unlawful Hours, that no DANCING shall be countenanced, nor shall the Feast be attended with those Excesses which have so often proved disgraceful and preju- dicial to the Poor. July 15 th, 1812. I'o Same Masons, Bricklayers, and Labourers. \ V7" ANTED immediately, SIX MASON, S, TWO BRICKLAYERS, and LABOURERS; liberal Wages will be given. — Apply to Mr. FRANCIS MARRIOTT, Abinglon- Streel. Northamp'on. A MA LI'S TEH \ TTANTED, to work a Malthotise for the ensuing « » Season. No one need apply hut who can have a Cha- racter as to the perfect Knowledge of his Business. Enquire. of Mr. G. O. OSRORN, Wobttrn, Beds. A'orthamplu- xhir-. Auxiliarij Bible Sovieti). ^ DDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS received since our last. Donations Amount of Donations and Subscriptions betor- advertised, including 1)' na- tions and Subscriptions m d: a* the Kettering Bwu- h SocietyMci: tniK^ l, 0J7 Annual Subs. 4 j £ 132 15 0 0 0 Mr. ( it r e check lev Collection at Road Meettns;, atter a Sfrmonbythe Rev. Mr, Heighton 9 The following Sub criptions and Dona- tions to the Fui. ds ot the North- amptonshire Auxiliary l? ihie Society, from the Parishes of Creator! and Spra'ton, have been received this Week by the Rev. Thomas Jones : — Miss Thong 1 Miss H. Thong 1 Miss Fox 1 A Friend, by Rev. T. Jones 1 Mrs. Wright 1 Mr. D. Boswoith 0 Mrs. Bos worth 0 Mr. W. Smith 0 Mr. W. Smith, Jun 0 Miss Smith 0 Mr. John Pack wood 1 Rev. Thomas J. nes 0 A Friend, by Ditto 0 A Friend, by Ditto 0 Collection made at Spratton Church on Sundsy July 12, after a sermon by the Rev. Legh Richmond, of Turvey, Beits 20 Collection made at Creaton Church on the same Day, after a Sermon by the Rev. I. egh Richmond 20 Further Collection at Ditto ( pr A Pamphlet of the Proceeliu. tain'ng the Speeches delivered on the Day of its being formed, is preparing for Publication; and as it is intended to contain a List of Donations and Subscriptions up to the latest Period, it isJioped those Friends of the Institution who have not yet made their Contributions will early avail themselves of an Oppor- tunity, in order that the List may appear as full as possible.— Subscriptions will be received and inserted as low as 5s. 6- 1. conformably to the printed Reports of the Society. In the Address of this Society, & c. just published, one of Ihe Vice- Presidents of the Parent Institution is stated to be. The Most Rev. the Archbishop of CARLISLE, instead of The Most Rev. the Archbishop of CASHEI.. . 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 f, 0J 0 0 0 10 6 0 0 0 of this Society, con- Wellingborough Bible Socictt/. \ T a most numerous and respectable Meeting of the 11\ Inhabitants ot WELLINGBOROUGH, and its VICI- NITY, held intheTownof WILLI NC. BOROUGH, on THURSDAY the 18th of JULY instant, for the Purpose of establishing a BIBLE SOCIETY in Connexion with the Northamptonshire Auxiliary Bible Society, The Rev. CHARLES PRYCE, Vicar of Wellingborough, President, in the Chair. The fallowing Donations and Annual Subscriptions were re- ceived in furth- rance or the Objectof the Meeting. Donations. Ann. Subs. The Rev. C'ha'les Pryce, Vicir, Presid- nt 10 10 0 Charles Hill, lisq, Wellingborongh A , Morton, £ sq. * Vellingborough - William Wilson, Esq Ditto ... . . The Rev J. T. Rodick, Ditto Mrs. Corrie, Ditto Mrs. A. Corrie, Ditto Thomas Pec! t, Fsq. Ditto The Rev. Richard Robert;, Curate of Wellingbr. roush John Hod> on, Esq. Wellingborough. The Rev. R. Jacoinb, Bath The Rev. Mr. Davis, Wellingborough.. Mr. John Mee, Ditto Mrs, Mee, and Child* n, Ditto.... Mr. Robert Michael, Dit^> An unknown Friend Wall is & Roberts Highani Mary & Elizabeth Cooke, 1 rche^ ter Mrs. King, Higham I Cooke, lrchester Mr. Smith, Haymarket, London Mr. David Dulley, Wellingborough Mrs. Dulley, Ditto Mr. S Cooke, Highain Mr. Peter Collis, Wellingborough The Rev. J, Gibbs, Curate of liozeat .. Mr. John Wise, Wellingborough Mr. John Marriott, Ditto Mr. Beam, Ditto Mr. Wm Woolston, Irthiiniborough.. Mrs. Elizabeth Flailock, Wellingborough 10 0 0 5 5 0 5 5 0 5 5 0 5 5 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 9 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 10 6 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TIE t I WELLINGBOROUGH, July 9th, 1812. Debtors to the Estate of Mr. ROBERT WOOD, late of WELLINGBOROUGH, in the County of Northampton, Surgeon and Apothecary, deceased, are requested to pav ( he Amount of their Bills to his Executors immediately, and prevent the Trouble of a further Application. The Duty of the Executors towards the Creditors of Mr. " Wood, and the'nther Parties interested, calling upon them t » use every possible Exertion for the getting in and Recovery of his Effects, no further Indulgence can be given after this » 0, ke- JA„ ilM « ? S ? Executors, of THOMAS MARCH, / .. w . HENRY CHEETII AM, ) lnr" ™ °" a- To be S O L 1) bv A U C 1 1 O N, By Mr. WILKINSON, On Monday July 27, .1812, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which Notice will be given, rpiIE II1ND INN, advantageously situated in the INN- £ STR RKT, WELFO RD ( a short Distance from the collateral Rranchof the Grand Union Canal, wherea Wharf will be made); comprising a good Cellar, Kitchen, two Parlours in Front, a commodious Store- Room, live Chambers, convenient Brew, house, excellent Stabling, with other attached and detached Offices; a spacious Yard, with good Water; Garden, well planted with good Fruit- Trees, and Homestead adjoining, all in a Ring Fence.— Immediate Possession may be had, or at Mi- chaelni3s. Particulars may be obtained by applying at the above Inn, nr at the Auctioneer's. The Proprietor and Occupier is removing to a Distance. Th: Sale willcommencc at Tour c'Clock at the above Inn, STOLEN OR S I RAYED, FROM off NORTHAMPTON RACE- GERUND, between the 1st and 3d of July instant, A BAY GELDING, Two Years old, with a long Tail, and the Northampton Common Brand on the Inside of the off Arm. Whoever will give Information of the above Gelding to Mr. DUMIH. RTON, Crow and Horse Shoe Inn, Northampton, if strayed shall he handsomely rewarded, and have all rea- sonable Expenses; and if stolen, on Conviction of the Of- fender or Offenders, shall be paid I' 1Vli GU1N EAS Reward by the said Mr, UUMIILETON. i'o be LETT or SOLD, Large and commodious HOUSE and SHOP, eligibiy situated in the DRAPERY, NORTHAMPTON, for the carrying on any Retail Business requiring Room and a Public Situation. — The above was late in theOccupationof Mi. KNICHI, Linen and lVoollen- Dra\ er, & c. & c. for the conveniently car- rying on those Branches of Business the Shop is appropriately fitted up.— On being Lett, a Lease of the Premises may be had if required. For Particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN CHAMBERS, Gold- Street, Northampton. — Possession may be bad immediately. A1 Mr. James lieale, Wellingborough Mr. Jblin Hardwick, Churchwarden of Wellingborough 0 0 Mr. Thomas Gotch, Ditto 1 0 Mrs. Serjeant, Ditto 0 0 Mrs. S. Woolston, Ditto 0 10 Mr. William Wise, Ditto n 11 Mr. Thomas Turneil, Irchester 0 0 Rev David Hennell, Woliaston 0 0 Mr. John B. Tuck, Wellingborough 0 0 Mr. Franc s Gibbons, Ditto 1 I Mr. Samuel Soames, Woliaston 1 0 Mr. William Mather, Wellingborough .. 0 0' Rev. C. Williams, Curate of Bidenham 1 0 Mr. Wm. Woolston, Wellingborough -. 0 0 Mr. S. Woolston, Ditto 0 0 Mr. Joseph Allen, Ditto o 0 Ms. Joseph Brown, Higham » o M{. Robert Corrie, Wellingborough () 0 Rev. John Hodsot, Ditto o 0 Mr. Wilson, Ditto 0 0 Rev. J. Robins, Yielding, Beds 0 0 Mr. Henry Knighton, Raunds 0 0 Mr. John Knighton; Ditto 0 0 Mr. William Ekins, Ditto 0 0 Mr. Richard Ekms, Ditto 0 0 Miss Rebecca Blott, Higham 0 0 Miss E. Miller, Ditto 0 0 Mr. Joseph Peck, Ditto 4 0 Mr. John Parker, Ditto 0 0 Miss Mary Wyman, Ditto 0 0 Mr. lamb, Ditto 0 0 Mr. Pre. land, Ditto 4 0 Mr. Thomas Marriott, Wellingborough.. 0 0 Mr. Richard Phillips, Mear's- Ashby .. 0 0 Mr. Israel Whitelock, Raunds 0 0 Collected at the Doors 12 8 Mr. Borgcss, Higham •. 0 0 Mr. Will Ke- p, Wellingborough 0 0 Mrs. Keep, Ditto 1 0 Mr. Joseph Keep, Ditto 1 0 Mr. James Whitworth, Ditto I 1 Mr. Thomas Janderson, Ditto 0 0 Mrs. Robiti^ bn, Ditto 11 Miss Robinson, Ditto 1 1 Mr. George Wallis, Ditto 1 1 Mr. Wm. Hardwick, Ditto 1 0 Mr. Charles Robinson, Churchwarden.. 1 0 Mr. Richard Tester, Wellingborough 0 0 Mr. Wm. Robinson, Ditto 0 10 Mr. John Dickins, Ditto 0 10 Mrs. Sutton, Buntingford 1 0 Mrs. Mary Barnes, Doddington 2 0 =£ 104 Subscriptions by the Inhabitants of Welling- borougf tothe Northamptonshire Auxiliary Society, before remitted, =£ 27. 19s. Cirouing Crops, Stock, and Farming Utensils, Huusettold- Furnilure, fyc. To be SOLD by AUCTIQN, By Mr. KlUSHAW, FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITORS, On the Premises of Mr. THOMAS RUCK L E K, NORTH- END, NORTHAMPTON, on Tuesday the 21st Day of July, 1812, ABOUT two Acres and a Half of Grass, two and Half Ditto ot Oats, one Ditto of Potatoes, in three Lots, an Acreof Wheal, two Milch Cows, one Hackney, a Narrow wheeled Cart, with Summers ( nearly new), Wheelbarrow, Ladder, Turnip- Cutter, Chaff- Box, Quantity of Wheat Sttaw Thiller Harness, Forks, Rakes, Saddles and Bridles, three Stocks of Bees, a Quantity of Potatoes in the Garden, Sic. & c. HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, as Bedsteads., Beds, Blankets, Quilts, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, Looking- Glasses, Kitchen and Scullery Utensils, Earthenware, Casks, Tub:, Fenders and Fire- Itons, with various oth r Articles. The Sale to commence at Ten o'clock, with the Furniture, The Crops will be sold in the Afternoon, at the Bull Inn, at Two o'Clock. The above- named THOM AS BUCKLER, having assigned all his Estatearid Effects to Mr THOMAS ARMFI ELD, of Northampton, in Trust for the Benefit of his Creditors; ail Persons who have any Claim or Demand upon the said Thomas Buckler, are desired to send an Account of their respective Demands to the said Mr. Arinfield, and execute the Deed of Trust, or they will be ex eluded all Benefit un< ter the same; and all Persons who stand indebted to the said ' I homas l^ uckler, are desired to pay their respective Debts to the said Mr. Armfisld, or they will be sued lot thesamc without further Notice, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 I 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t) 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 I 1 1 0 I 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 0 10 3 1 51 8 0 HOWELL, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. TO be SOLD, either together or separately, SEVERAL Pieces or Parcels of ARABLE, MEADOW, and PASTURE LAND, with the Commons and Appur- tenances thereunto bcloncing, situate and being in the open and common Fields of ROW FLl., inthe County of Northampton, commonly reputed to be three Yard Lands; containing together 85 Acres or thereabouts, and now in the Occupation of Mr. Tongue, Butcher, who will shew the same. An Act of Parliament having passed for inclosing the open Fields of Rowell, the. above will be found a most desirable Purchase for any Person who wishes to increase his Property in the said Fields. For further Particulars, enquire at the Office of Mr. HOWES, Solicitor, in Northampton. Modern and Genteel Furniture. To be SOLD by AUCTIO N, By Mr. RICHJRI) SMITH, On the Premises, at THRAPSTON, on Thursday, the 30th Day of July instant, PART of the genteel HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, belonging to Mr. CRAMl'TON, Surgeon, who has lett Part of his House. Particulars will appear in next Week's Paper. POSTSCRIPT. LONDON, July It. THE following interesting intelligence is brought hy the Anholt Mail just arrived : — Gottehburg, July 11.— Some trifling skirmishes have taken place, and the Russians are retreating towards Riga, after throwing 20,000 barrels of grain into the sea at Licban The French Army continue to desert: the whole corps of black hussars have gone over to the Russians. It is expected peace with England will be proclaimed here on the return of the Courier, who went to England by the last packet. Every thing seems also amicably arranged between Russia and Grt'at Britain. Admiral Martin is off Riga, where he has had a very frien lly/% ouimunication with the Governor, antl Captain Acklotn has hcen ashore to assist in erecting a telegraph and inspecting their gun- boats. In every part of the Russian coast the greatest energy prevails, and orders are given ship off every thing, especially grain and provisions, from Lie. han. There is vet no account of the actual commencement of hostilities, the Russians reiiring as the French advance. The unofficial accounts in the French Papers seem to be astonished at the easy passage of the Niemen, and wish to impure it to the manner in w hich the Russians were deceived by the manceuvres of Bonaparte, But it was not the inten- tion of the Russians to defend the Niemen, nor ever perhaps the Dwina. This defensive plan, it is considered will not be acceptable to Bonaparte. It will aff > rd him no opportunity of striking, at the outset, one c, f those great blows which tend to keep up the ardour of his troops and to dispirit those opposed to him. In his march after the Russians there are no fine r. itic* nor richly cultivated country. T he land is laid waste as he moves on. Forest^, lakes and rivers intersect his march, and still the supplies for his army must be brought from his rear, the distance increasing as he advances, and the difficulties, of course, increasing with the distance— Here is the great encourage- ment for Russia to continue this defensive system, in which, if there be no glory, thee may be ultimate security.— And if there could be a blow struck in Bonaparte's rear! about which he is no louger careless as he was in his wars with Austria or with Prussia. Then be pushed on rapidly to his ultimate point, making requisitions as he advanced, and regardless of keeping open the communication behind him. But it appears different now, for the security of his rear is vitally essential to his advance in front.— For the first time too he makes no boast of the fruitfulness of the country be has invaded, or of the magazines he has made himself master of. He pa3ses the Niemen, and would have us believe that the. Russians had fortified the principal posts, and were completely surprised and deceived by his ma- noeuvres. Had that been the case, it would have be « n'found that he bad made himself master of stores, & c. But not a bag of flour, a biscuit, or a - single cartridge falls into his hands— complete evidence this that the Russians were neither out- maiMruvred nor surprised, but that they retired from the Nieraen in furtherance of a settled system. In observing upon the important documents lately pub- lished in the French papers, it may be necessary to pay attention onlv to the letter written by the French Minister for Foreign Affairs to Lord Castlercagh, containing ait offer to negotiate, anil his I. ordsnip's answer. To use the emphatic language of Mr. Sheridan last night in the House of Commons, a more insidious, perfidious, and insulting proposition never was made. Bonaparte says, " thp cala- mities which Spain and South America suffer should naturally excite the interest of all nations." Undoubtedly they should; but surely it is the ne. plus ultra of human effrontery for the man who was and is the cause of all the accumulated miseries which the people of Spain have suffered, and are suffering, t- o hold such language. But bow does he propose to relieve, their sufferings? why, by obtaining bv treaty that which he cannot obtain by arms,— the quiet possession of Spain for his brother Joe. lie calls upon this country to abandon her Allies, to violate her most solemn engagements, and to let him quietly enjoy the fruits of his perfidy. But what are the inducements which he holds out to us, to engage us tu accept this offer? lie offers to leave to bur allies Sicily, which he has attempte d in vain to invade, and Portugal, from which bis armies have t een driven with loss and disgrace. Such are the tempting offers with which he hoped to delude us into a negociation, the effect of which would have been to paralyse our exertion^ in the Peninsula, to excite the distrust of our Allies, and to damp the ardour of those Powers in the North, who are now making an effort to maintain their independence. The answer returned by Lord Castlereagh to this proposal was, again to use the language of Mr. Sheridan, " wisely and rightly given, and with a'spiritand dignity which were at once worthy the English Government, due to the Allies of England, and calculated to promote her best interests." The reason why Ministers did not lay this correspondence before Parliament is obvious: the French Government bad not answered Lord Castlereagh's letter, and it would have been improper to lay the letters before the House, until it was Ascertained that the correspondence was at an end. It is by no means necessary to analyse the whole of the correspondence between the French and Russian negociators, to shew the perfidy and injustice which have marked every act of Bonaparte's conduct; but it ought to be remarked, that Bonaparte has been forced to confess what has been so stoutly denied by some orators in this country, viz. the severe effects which were produced in France by our Orders in Council. A Cork Paper received this morning states, that an ac- count had been received in that city from America, that the War Measures which had been passed in the House of Representatives, bad been rejected in the Senate by a ma- jority of two. Wednesday last three Frenchmen, who had broken their parole, were apprehended in the stable Toft belonging to the George public- house, in Folkestone, by the Lieutenant of the impress service, and were soon afterwards conveyed to Dover, guarded by a detachment of the German Legion. Report says, that one bore the tank of Lieutenant- Colonel, and the other tyvo that of Captain. Gne of them was known by a Folkestone man, and on being interrogated confessed himself to be the late Governor of Flushing. The Bristol Election was to close yesterday. Bv the latest accounts from that city, Mr. Davies was 1T20 a- head of his competitor. A general Act has been passed in the present Sessions, to enable Directors and Acting Guardians to increase the assessments within all incorporated hundreds, for the relief of the poor, in consequence of the high price of corn, & c. NORTHAMPTON* SATURDAY EVENING, JVIR 18. > 5 MARRIED], On the 20th of June, nt. Lisbon; the Eail f Euston, eldest son of the Duke of Grafton, to Marv, youngest daughter of the Hon. Admiral G. C. Berkeley, and niece to the Duke of Richmond. Sunday se'rnigbt, at St. James's church, London, Mr. Henry Swann, of Leicester, to Sarah, second daugli er of the late Rev, W.- Johnson, of tliis t . wn. Monday se'nnight,- Mr. Bdines, dyer, to Miss Grooby, both of Stamford. Thursday se'nnight, Mr. Join! Smith, of Nuneaton, to Miss Gater, of Coventry. Same day, Mr. Wm. Wragg, of Wcedon- Bcck, to Mias Mary- Ann Holland, of Blakcslev, in tliis county. Saturday last, at Long- Buck by, in this county, MV. Lee, jeweller, of London, to Miss Frances Elston, of Lutter- worth, Leicestershire. Same day, Mr. J. Ilaywoorl Dalton, druggist, to Mis* Maria Carter Bahington, daughter of the Rev. W. Babington, late of Cossington, Leicestershire. DIED.] On Sunday se'nnight, aged 35, at his brother's house, Egnev- lodge, near Stilton, Mr. William Broriihead, ironmonger, late of Stamford. His death was accelerated by sleeping in a damp bed. Thursday se'nnight, of the measles, William Harriman, second son of Mr. Wellings, Solicitor, Loughborough. At Coventry, on Saturday last, while visiting a patient, David Rattlay, M. D. in the Toth year of his age.— The public will deeply lament the loss of ibis truly valuable and useful character, who for more than fifty years has exercised an extensive and successful practice in that city and its vicinity, and who has thus suddenly terminated an extensive and honourable career, to the unspeakable regret of his numerous family and friends. Monday last, in the 35th year of her- age, the Honourable Caroline Anderson Elwcs, wile of Robert Carey F. lwes, Esq. of Great- Billing, near this town, and second daughter of the Right. Honourable Lord Yarborough. Thursday last, Mrs. Burling, mother of Mrs. Douphrate, of Banbury. Lately, at Moulton, near this town, John Marsh, ^ enfvv_ aged 79. * " . Lately, the Rev. John Metcalf, M. A. rector o/ Clipsfbn, near Market- Harborough. The Masters antl Fellows of Christ- college, Cambridge, are the patrons of the living. ••;:>— The Rev. J. Brooke, I). D. Curate of Newark during 25 years, is preferred to the Rectory of Gamston, Nottingham- shire; patron, the Lord Chancellor. On Thursday last a very respectable and most numerous meeting was held at Wellingborough, in this county, in order to form a Bible Society in connection with the Northampton- shire Auxiliary Bible Society. The Rev. Charles Prvce, th « vicar, took the chair as President, and in a most able ts well as impressive speech recommended the object of the. institution. The Rev. B. Hutchinson, the rector of Cran- ford, proposed the resolutions, and dilated with much feeling, point, and animation, on the subject. The Secre- taries of the County Institution were in attendance, and gave a full and interesting representation of the rise, pro- gress, antl general character of the Parent Society. The Rev. Richard Roberts, curate of Wellingborough, was nominated Secretary, and accepted the office : n a manner highly creditable to himself and to the cause which he sus- tained. The Hon. and Rev. Littleton Powys, the Rev. Messrs; Legh Richmond. Bugg, Reynolds, J. flodson, and Davies, severally address, d the meeting; together with Messrs. W. Wilson, Sharman, Peck, Mnrriott, Gibbons, and Middleton, who moved the various regulations. Messrs. Morton & Rodick were nominated Treasurers; and a hand- some subscription was immediately entered into ( in addition to 19s. previously remitted) amounting to upwards of „ fl29. Is. 7d. with the prospect of still further additions. The Rev. Messrs. Rodick, Gibbs, Alington, Longrnire, and other clergymen, Sanctioned the meeting with their presence. — We cannot close this account without peculiarly alluding to the christian harmony and zeal which displayed itself oh this occasion, and to the talent and pietv which many of the speakers exhibited. The ample range which the institution takes, and the grandeur of its object, seems to be a field calculated to call forth most powerfully every best feeling of our nature, and the meeting closed with impressions oil every heart consonant with the benevolent cause in which they were engaged. It cannot but afford the utmost pleasure toeverv class of the community to observe the progress of Agricultural Societies; and it must be peculiarly satisfactory to those of this county to witness the extended scale . of premiums offered bv the Northamptonshire society.— Premiums par- ticularly calculated to excite that species of industry, and stability of conduct, which confer the highest honour upon the practiser, however lowly his situation, while it is no less productive of general good. The reward of humble inerir, is cerainly a subject worthy the first consideration of every person of rauk and affluence, for while it excites the best exertions in the accomplishment of valuable and praiseworthy objects, it invigorates the mind, with those, principles of emulation which are the most amiable and desirable features of Human Nature.— See Jdva tisement in the first column rf Ihis page. A General Order from the Secretary at War, dated th-*' 22d of June, h « s been transmitted to the Commanding Officers of Regiments, directing that men belonging to the Local Militia, who enlist into the Regular Forces, are u nv to receive the whole bounty— the former parish deduction to be discontinued. On Saturday last, an inquisition was taken at Westonirnr, in the couuty of Bedford, before R. A. Reddall, coroner of. the honour of Ainpthill, upon view of the body of Ann Hack, a poor woman, who oil the Wednesday morning preceding threw herself into a well from which she was taken out alive, but received so much injury that she died the next day.— It appeared her intellects vrere weak, and the Jorv returned a Verdict of Lunacy.— And on the same day anothr r inqui- sition was taken before the same coroner, at Wobufn, pjl view of the body of Elizabeth Batcbelor, who went to bed well the preceding night, and in the morning was found dead on the floor of her bed room.— Verdict, died by the. viututivn of God. A dreadful fire - broke out oVi Thursday se'nnight, at the village of Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire. It began' ar a blacksmith's shop, and for want of engines and proper assistance, it consumed 23 houses. At the Quarter Sessions for this county, on Thor « dny last, Robert and ' Thomas Bickering, were found guilty of stealing divers articles from a workshop at Laxtnn, iintl severally ordered to lie imprisoned three calendar months, and kept to bard labour. gdif* The prisoners in Ihe county gaol desire to return thanks to the Gentlemen of Ihe Grand Jury at the Quarter Sessions, for £\ 13s. OH, left in the Imnds of the Gaoler. To be S O L 1) bv A U C T I O N, By RICHARD SMITH, On the Premises, at ALDWINCK. LE, on Thursday and Friday the 6th and 7th Days of August next, rpIIF, Genteel HOUSEHOLD . FURNITURE, BUEW- fi_ INC UTENSILS and EFFECTS of the Rev. Dr. HAWEIS.'— Further Particulars will appear in next Week's Paper, and Catalogues prepared in due Time. Bank Stock 3 per Cent. Red. .. 3 per Cent. Cons 4 per Cent. Cons 6 per Cent. Navy .. Omnium _ .... Cons, for ac. -- PRIC E | Sat. | Mon. I21716J' 56 551H iliir: 8t> it lp STOCKS. 56U 65} Si 71H Btiii 57 J 4 I Tu. Wed, Thu. Fri. 31714* 314J14 214J15 65* 56JJ 55J 6< Hi 56| 5514 55io6i 5Si 72ii - m 724 86ii 86ii 86141 87U 1U> lib liiP 2p 57i 57 Ji Urttw Corn- Exchange, London, Friday, July 17. Fresh supplies of Wheat and Oats hare arrived since Monday, and the bulk of each pretty considerable. The prices of nearlyall grain were lower, both on Wednesday and to- dav; and that inasmuch as— Wheat was 3s. and 4s. Rye, 2-. and 3s. Barley, 3-. . Malt, 3s. and Oats, Is. per quarter chcaper than on that day. Northampton Wheat 130s. Od. tol32s. Od. Rye — s.' Od. to —- s. 0d. Barley.. . 72s. Od. to 80s. Od. Oats 52s. Od. to 55s. Od. By the Standard ^ — Saturday. Beans — s. Od. to — s Cd. NewBcans 75s. Od. to— » cd. 1 ea » — s. Od. to — s. 0U. Market- Harborough— Tuesday lust. Wheat .. 135s. Od. to 150s. Od. I Old Beans" 78s 0d. to 82'. 0d. Barley — s. Od. toSSs. 0J. Oats 56 « . 0d. to SOs. 0d. New Beans— s. Od. to— s. Od. | < NewDitto — s. 0U. to— s. Od. By the Customary Measure. Leighton- Huzzaru— Tuesday last. Per Load of five Bushels. Wheat .. 88s. Od. tol03s. Cd. | Beans.. 47s. Od. to 51s. 0d. Rye — s. Od. to 65s. Od. | HogPeas— s. Od. to — s. U( l. Per Quarter. Barley.. 63s. Od. to 70s. 0< l. | Oats .. 53s. Od. to 57s. 0 Duventra— W e. dnesday last. Wheat .. 140s. Od. tol52s. Od. Rye — s. Od. to — s.- Od. Barley ..- 70s. Od. ra 74s. 0d. By the customary Measure. Oats 50s. Od. + o 58s. Cd. Beans .. .72s. ,!> d- to 76s. Od. Pease — s. Cd. to 72s. Od. India Bonds. 31 Sd.— Exc. Bills, 3d. Price of Grain in Banbury market, the same as la,. t week. LIST of FAIRS from July 20, to August 1, uritliiu the Circuit of this Paper. M. July 20. Fotheringhay. VV . 22. Chesham, Ramsey ( Hunts). S. 25. Erith ( Hunts). M. 27. Stratforit- on- Alton, and StoK'Un- the- JVould. Th. 30. Iligham- Ferrers. Jb\ 31. Charlbury, and Mai ket- llarboroug/ i. S. Anil. 1. Leicester. < To the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER, t) n the Proposition mode to him by the Opposition to lay a Taj on Music and Musical Instruments. TN Calendar thy hated name For aye acctirs'd will stand, VANSITTART, if thou list to thein, The troublers nf the land; The Opposition party band, Who never can agree, But still are foes to concord bland, To harmony, and thee. Ah! who but men for plotting fit, Whose souls all harsh aud rude, The charms of music never yet Sooth'd into melting mood ; Ah! who but such could e'er propouud On melody to prey. To lity a tax on heavenly sound, And cause sweet notes to pay ? Awake, fliolian Harp! aw » ike ! Against them softly moan ! Fife, make them quiver with a shake J And hollow " Bassoon groan! Stern Trombone, thunder in their ears; Loud, loud, ye Trumpets, roar; Ye Serpents, hiss, augment their fears, And rattling Drums, add more. Tn scare them, emblems of themselves, Ye jangling Cymbals, sound ; And tingling Triangles, the elves Vex with your senseless round. Blast then, oh Horns! great Organs, Mow, In grand majestic strain ; Piano, in a voice more low, Of their intents complain. " With clamour, Belfry, strike them mule, And tell the parish all: Proclaim their malice, gentle Flute, And Flageolette, so small: Hautboy, Guitar, and Tambourine, Join the accusing throng; Kay, Hurdv Gurdv ! vent your spleen, And stun them, dreadful Gong. Hibernia's Harp, in angry tone, Denounce all vile restraints . Auld Scotland's Bagpipe, fill thy drone, And chaunter with thy plaint. Pansnipes, Jews Harp, and Whistles too, In common cause unite, For they'd not suffer even vou To scape the impost's spite. And well do they deserve this crash, This discord in their ears, Who, if they had the pow'r, wnuld quash The music nf the spheres. Whose sole delight— whose only suit, At mnrniug, night, and noon, Is to get Ministers to put The nation out of tune. Barbarians! at midsummer time To try your vile designs, Just at the hour Miss in her prime, For home, from schoolward pines. Alas ! at home, for her no more Would lov'd PIANO stand, But airs and graces must deplore Your sacrilegious hand. No more the sprightly Dance would charm, Tax'd in its moving source; Against that harmless joy, you arm, And inuster up your force. For ye would change to notes of woe The fiddle's lively tone, Thar every British heart might grow As dismal as your own. Base are your aims, ye sons nf jar 1 ' Gainst which he it implor'd. That Government do raise a bar : And treat you with a chord. And, restless, restless as je are, To music foes and glee, Bole instrument tn smooth your care, The Scots Cremona be. FIDDLE- DUM- DI, junior -—— — PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. In the House of Commons on Friday, the Report of the General Inclosure Bill was brought up, and the third reading was ordered for Monday.— The order of the Day for taking the Report of ihe Secret Committee into further consideration beine read. Lord Castlereagh, in a long speech, recapitulated the heads of the information received by Government on the subject of the late alarming di. tm banccs. and as a remedy for the'evil, moved for leave to bring in a Bill, the chief enact- ments of which would be to the following elfect.—" To give Magistrates the power of searching for arms suspected to have been stolen, and to search for concealed arms in the disturbed Count ies ; likewise of calling on the inhabitants to give up their arms, receipts being at the same time given, in order to the safe custody nf the same) and of immediately dispersing, any tumultuary body, without allowing them an hour, as at present, to disperse, after the Riot Act has been read.— Those • who do not immediately disperse, when so required, to be liable to punishment for a misdemeanour ; tile Magistrates to have not only the power of dispersion, but also that of arrest, and to hold the offenders to bail, in order that they may be brought to trial at the Quarter Sessions. Finally, the Ma gistrates of the disturbed counties to have jurisdiction over the adjacent districts, iti order that offenders may not defeat the ends nf justice by passing - with impunity over Ihe borders of the countv in which their offences have been committed." Mr. Whitbread, and several other Members, expressed their objections to granting such pow ers to Magistrates, from a fear that they might be abused, and believing that the laws at present existing were sufficient to correct the evil. Mr Wilberforce and Mr. Canning, nn the contrary, supported the proposed Bill as extremely mild, and the best adapted to ensure the restoration nf tranquillity. The motion was pu and carried, and the bill brought ia.— Lord Castlereagh brought ill a Bill to amend the Toleration Act. The nbject ef this Bill was to put the Dissenters in the same situation in which they were previously to some late decisions of Quarter Sessions respecting the qualification of preachers. His Lord- ship also obtained leave to bring in a Bill to make assisting in the escape nf prisoners o! war felony. On Monday, on the order for the second reading nf the Peace Preservation Bill. Mr. Whitbread renewed his objec- tions to it, chiefly on the ground of sufficient evidence not having been before the House, and that it did not appear that the laws had been vigorously executed. Before lie granled further powers to Mngistrates, he must be convinced that their conduct had b.- en such as to entitle them to this confidence. — Mr. II. Smith declared, that by the information he had received, he was convinced that the disturbances in the Country arose chiefly from political causes, more than from commercial distresses; aud he agreed with the Member for Yorkshire, that the violent spirit had been inflamed hy the seditious publications that had been sent among the common people; and which abused most public characters in the country. Against these he would erect every salutary pre caution the Legislature could afford, and that might he done without infringing 011 the liberty of the press. As to the existing disturbances, he was ennfident that it was the duty rif Parliament to invest Magistrates with much stronger powers than they already possessed.— Sir I-". Burdett said, he should tall this a Bill for disturbing the peace of the counties, rather than one for preserving the peace.— Mr. Grant did not think this measure any infringement of the Constitution; but, on the contrary, the exigency of the occasion rendered it indispen- sable to the preservation of the Constitution. — Mr. Brougham thought Ihe proposed remedy would prove worse than the disease. In his opinion Hi? measures already adopted by Parliament were fully sufficient to meet the difficulties of the present case. — Mr. Bankes spoke in favour of the Bill, as did alio Colonel Franklin, Lord Altliorp, and Mr. Stephen.— Mr. Wijbcrforce renewed the same arguments lie had advanced on a former night in favour of the Bill ; and defended the Ma- gistrates against the insinuations of Mr. Whitbread and others. — The House then divided— For the second reading 1: 11 — Against it 16.— While strangers were excluded, tlie Nightly Watch Bill was postponed till next Session. UNIVE RSITY 1NTFXLIGENCE. CAMBRIDGE, July 10.— Cambridge Commencement.— Two Doctors in Vicinity— The Rev. J. A. Busfeild, of Clare hall, one of ( lie Preachers at the Asylum; the Rev. J. Davie, Master of Sidney college.— Doctor in Music— G. G. Chard, Catharine hall, Composer nf Music.— Six Bachelors in Divi- nity— rThe Rev. W. B. Ram « den, Christ college: Rev. M. W. Jones, Rev. R. llligh, Fellows nf St. John's; Rev. W. DeaJtry, Fellow of Trinity 5 Rev. II. E. Holland, Fellow of £ mmarmel; Rev. B. Dawson, of Emmanuel college.— Sixteen Bachelors in Civil Law— G. Bankes, W. Wapshaw, R. Hodgson, G. Stokes, J. Lynes, T. Blake, C. Grimstone, J Stephen, and T. K. Gape, of Trinity hall; F. Thompson, E. Thurlow, II. Bolton, and G. Acton, St. John's college; T. 11. Stirling, Magdalen; W. Wallace, Siduey ; and T. Walker, of St. Peter's college.— Bachelor in Physic— W. Wilson, of St. Peter's college.— Tice Practitioners in Physic — J. Thackeray, of King's college; J. Haviland, of St. John's college.— Bachelor in Music— J. Camidge, Catharine Stall.— Thirteen Honorary Masters of Arts — Lord Gage, Lord G. Taylor, Hon. T. Staplelon, Hon. F. Kinnaird, Sir w. Hart, Bart. Lord Kilworth, Hon. R. L. Melville, Hon, W. Makenzie, J. A. Stew art, Esq. of Trinity college ; Lord litruthaveu, aud C. Brodick, Esq. of St. John's « ollej; e; the Earl of Dumfries, aud J. Fitzgerald, Esq. Christ college.— Mnety- one Masters of Arts — Trinity college — Messrs. Pearson, Jeremy, Wheelwright, Pugh, Grylls. Arkwristbt, Burnaby, Yarker, Lyon. Johnson, Gilby, M'Arthur, Mac- kenzie, Bedford, Campbell, Champain, Gower, HewgiM, Hargrave, Handlev, Fortescue, Townley, Lloyd, Marett, Eagle, Franks, Warburton.- - St. John's college— Messrs. Purrier, Roberts, Cloujh, Cotterill, Thornhill, Harrison, Connop, Lateward, Blackburn.— King's college— Messrs. Ekins, Camplin Bernard, Richards, jun. Cholmeley, Slingsby. — St. Peter's college— Messrs. Croft, Greenwood, King, Fallowfield, Beldon.— Clare hsll — Messrs. Evans, Leeson, Lucas, llutchesson, Grettnn, Halke, Howard.— Pembroke— Messrs. Hodgson, Fox.— Cains college— Messrs. Thruston, Johnson, Turner, Slandly, Alderson.— Trinity hall— Messrs. Hutchins, Gostling, Nucella, Coldltam. — Corpus Christi college— Messrs. Douglas, Cooper.— Queen's college— Messrs. Gorliam, Beevor, Howard, Grey, Glover, Thompson.— Catharine hall— Messrs. Dealtry, Gildart, Harrison.— Jesus college— Messrs. Hill, Ward.— Christ college — Messrs. All- ium, Anlezark, Owen.— Magdalen — Messrs. Fisher, Baker. — Emmanuel— Messrs. Pytie, Freke, Bayley, Bond.— Sidney Messrs. Smedley, Carew, Henson, Theed. — Downing college— Mr. Hewett. The Rev. T. Fallowfield and the Rev. J. Greenwood, nf Sr. Peter's college, were 011 Saturday last elected Foundation Fellows of that Society. The Hon. C. F. Maitland, youngest son of the Earl of Lauderdale, is admitted at Trinity college. The English Declamation Prizes at Trinity college have this year been adjudged to Messrs. Kinderslev, Elliot, and Ingle. And the Latin Declamation Prizes to Messrs. C. Musgrave and Sumner. John Ayrton Paris, M. B. of Cain college, physician to Westminster Hnspital, was on Wednesday last admitted Doctor in Physic. OXFORD, July 11. The last day of Easter Term, the following Gentlemen were admitted tn Degrees: — Masters of Arts— The Rev. C. J. Bewicke, of Christ church. Grand Compounder.— Bachelors of Arts— Messrs. Staples, of Christ church; Walsh and Broderip, of Oriel; Nash, of Worcester; Scott, of Brasenose; Hilrivard, of Trinity t Vincent, of University; andVilett, of St. John's college. On Friday the 3d instant, William St. Clare, B. M. of Christ church, was admitted Doctor in Medirine.— The same ( lav, the Rev. T. Tanner, of Balliol college; and 011 the following day, the Rev. M. J. Pattisnn, B. A. nf Brasenose college, were admitted Masters of Arts. The number of Regents in the act this year was 123. Buckingham and Bandtancfs Bridge l'oll- Gates, with the Side Gate at liadclive, to he Lett. WHEREAS the TOLLS collected and taken at the above- mentioned Toll- Gates upon the Turnpike Road leading from Buckingham through Brackley, to join the Daven- try Turnpike. Road near Banbury, together with such other Tolls as were collected authe Banbury Bridge Gate, for the Useot this Road, pursuant to the Act for that Purpose, were advertised to be LETT bv AUCTION, at the RED LION INN, in BRACK- LEY, on the 7th Day of this Instant, JULY, but no Person appearing to bid tor the same, or advance upon the Sum of £ Wb being the Amount of the letting the p- eceding Year, Notice is therefore herebv given, That the said Tolls are in- tended to be LETT by AUCT1 t) N, at an adjourned Meeting of the Trustees of this Road which is by them appointed to be held at the RFD LION INN, in BRACKLEY aforesaid, on MONDAY the 10th Day of AUGUST next, between the Hours of Eleven in the Forenoon, and Three in the Afternoon, and will be put up at such Sum as the Trustees then present shall direct. Whoever happens to be the highest Bidder, must at the same Time pay one Month's Rent in Advance, and give Security with sufficient Sureties for Payment of the Residue at such Times as they shall direct. By Order of the Trustees, GEORGE THOMAS, Clerk. Brackley.. J ulyl\, im. Cooke's Pocket Edition of the Topography of Great Britain; Or, Tourist's Directory and ' Travelling Companion. BEING an Accurate and Comprehensive DESCRIP- TION OF ALL THE COUNTIES in England, Set " " arid Wales. , By GEORGE ALEXANDER COOKE, Esq. The Topography being complete inav be purchased collectively, or any County separate at the Price attached. TOWCESTER ROAD. TURNPIKE TOLLS to be LETT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the TOLLS arising at the several Toll- Gates upon the Turnpike- Road leading from Towcester, in the County of Northampton, to the Turn- pike- Road in Cotton- End, in the Parish of Hardingston, in the said Countv, called or known by the several NamesofTivpi ELD- GATE, with the WEIGHING MACHINE and SIDE GATE, and DUSTHI LL- LANE SIBE— G ATF., BI. ISWORTH- G ATE, exclusive ot the Weighing- Machine, and EAR COTTON- GATE with the SIDE GATE across Hardingston Meer Way, will be LETT by AUCTION to the Best Bidder, at the House of Widow STUBBS, known by the Sign of the DUKE of GRAFTON'S ARMS, in Bliswortli aforesaid, on TUURSDA Y the THIRTIETH Day of July Instant, hetweenthe Honrs of Twelve and Two o'Clock, in the Manner prescribed by the Act passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George the Third, for regu- lating the Turnpike- Roads, which several Tolls produced the last Year, the respective Sums following, ( viz.) at Tiffield- Gate, with the Weighing- Machine and Side- Gate thereto be- longing, and Dusthill- Lane Side- Gate, the Sum of one Hundred and Thirty- six Pounds; Blisworth- Gate ( exclusive of the Weighing- Machine}, and Far Cotton Gate, the Sum of two Hundred and thirteen Pounds above the Expenses of collecting them respectively, and will be putupat those respective Sums. Whoever happen to be the Best Bidders, must immediately pay down into the Hands of the Treasurer, a Deposit of Five Pounds per Centum nn the Bidding made, which will be allowed 011 Payment of the first Month's Rent, and at the same Time give Security, with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trusteesof the said Turnpike- Road for Payment of the respective Rents agreed for, and at such Time as they shall direct. By Order of the said Trustees, WM. TR. SMYTH, Clerk. Northampton, July 5th, 1S12. A To be L E T T ,6r SOL I), Very elegant and desirable FREEHOLD MANSJON- HOUSE" and PREMISES, at DUNSTABLE, in the County of Bedford, together with the MANOR of DAME SAVERS, with the Rights, Members, and Appurtenances thereto belonging; also about twelve Acres of inclosed rich SWARD LAND'adjoining. The Homestead consists of an elegant Stone fronted Manston- House, called Dunstable Priory, with handsome large Breakfast, Dining, and Drawing- Rooms, an Entrance- Hall, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, and every Requisite, attached and detached Offices; four excellent Sl? eping- rooms, with a Dressing- closet to each, and four very comfortable Attics, The Front of the House is finished in the Corinthian Stile of Architecture, with an Area inclosed, with Pallisades ; the Back opens into a beautiful Pleasure Garden, which adjoinsa Shrub- bery tastefully laid out; there is also a large Kitchen- Garden, well planted with choice Fruit Trees, a Yard, Stable, Coach- house, Lofts, See. the Whole is Tithe- free. May be viewed and further Particulars known, by applying to A. B. on the Premises. ' This Day nits published, ANew Edit ion of nearly 300 Pages, in one Volume Octavo, Price oniv 3s with an elegant Port rait of the Author, of A GUIDE to HEALTH, or ADVICE TO BOTH SEXES, in a Variety of Complaints, by S. SOLOMON, M. D. In this useful Publication will be found p Treatise on Female Diseases, nervous, hypochondriac, and consumptive Complaints, together with an Explanation of the Symptoms, Modeof Treat- ment, and Remedies in the different Stages of the Venereal Disease; Cautions to young Persons of tiie Danger of improper Connections, or improper Treatment, & c. with the Difference between Venereal Symptoms and those frequently mistaken for them ; also Advice to Bathers at Bath, Buxton, Southampton, Scarborough, Harrowgate, Sic. London: Printed for the Author; and sold by Matthews fc Leigh, No. 18, Strand, and Sherwood. Neelv, & Jones. Pa- ternoster- Row ; also by every Bookseller in the United Kingdom. FOK TIIF, TEETH AND GUMS~ r « MIE ESSENCE of PEARL and PEARL DENTIFRICE, ! invented by the late JACOB HESIET, Dentist to her Majesty and the Princeof Wales, are greatly superior, both in Elegance and Efficacy, to any Thing hitherto made Use of; they will effectually preserve the Teeth in a sound State even to old Age; will render them white and beautiful without the least impair- ing the Enamel, fasten such as are loose, keep such as are already decayedtrom becoming worse, prevent the Tooth- ache, perfectly cure the Scurvy in the Gums, and make them grow firm and close to the I'eeth. They likewise render the Breath delicately sweet, and remedy all those Disorders that are the Consequence ot Scorbutic Gums and bad Teeth. They continue to be sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Bayley and Blew, Cockspur- Street, London, Price 2s. 9d. each; also, by the Printers of this Paper ; and Retail by most Perfumers and Medicine Venders in every other Town. None are Genuine hut what have the Words, " J. HEMIT, BAYLEY & BLEW, Cockspur- Street," engraved in the Stamp, and a Label " Bayley & Blew, Cockspur- Street, London," pasted on the Back ot each Bottle and Box. N. B. The ESSENCE is particularly recommended to Parents and Persons who have the Care of Children, as the greatest pre- servativeof young and tender Teeth. PELICAN OFFICE, For Insurance on T. ives and granting Annuities. nPHIS Office was established in Lombard- Street, London, « in the Year 1797, bv a nume'ous and respectable Pro- prietary ; and the Hoard, of Oirectars, with Confidence arising fromthe increased Prosperity and Permanency of the Establish- ment, as well as from the Experience of its Usefulness and Benefit to the Public, think ir due to those who msy be still unacquainted with the Importance' and Advantages of LI FE INSURANCE, briefly to suggest some of its leading altd peculiar Recommendations to almo- t every Degree and Rank in Society. Life Insurance is of manifest Consequence to all who hold Estates for Life, Situations and Offices, Civil. Ecclesiastical, or Professional; to Officers in the Army and Navy, & c. ; as, by Payment of an Annual Premium, the Party insured is en- abled to provide for Wife, Ch'ldren, or others, whose future Welfare he mav wish in vain, other Means, to promote — It affords a permanent ultimate Security to those who advance Money upon Annuities or otherwise. It renders Leases deter- minable on one or more Lives, nearly equal in Value to Freehold Estates, us an Insurance to the Amount of the Fine, payable on the Demise of a Party nominated in such Leases,_ will produce the Sum required for Renewal. It is a cheering Refuge to Parties engaged in extensive and speculative Undertakings: it affords to Persons in Trade the certain Means nf Indemnification against a bad or doubtful Debt: in short, Life Insurance, es- tablished in Poliey, sanctioned by Government, and confirmed by the Test ot Experience, is become, to almost every Situation of Human Life, .1 Measure equally important, useful, and beneficial. Annuities are granted upon the most equitable Terms, under a Special Act of Parliament, granted to this Office. THOMAS PARKE, Secretary. PELICAN COMPANY'S AGENTS AT Northampton,— G. OSBORN & SON. Leicester,— G. B. HODGES. Market- Harborough,— THOMAS GURDEM. Loughborough,— C. LACEY. Newport- Pagnell,— BARRINC. ER SC SON. Aylesbury,— EDWARD ADAMS. Warwick,— Messrs. BRACES RIDGES SC Co. Banbury,— JOHN HAWTYN, TURNPIKE TOLLS TO LETT. NOTICE is herebv given, That a Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike- Road from the South End ot Peacock's- Lane, ill the Parish of Bromham, in the County of Bedford, to the Turnpike- Road leading from Wellingborough to Olney, in the County of Buckingham; and also the Road from the said Turnpike- Road, at or near the South- End of the Town of Olney aforesaid, to the Turnpike- Road leading from Northampton to Newport- Pagnell, in the same County, will be held at the BULL INN, in Olney aforesaid, on WEDNESDAY the FIFTH Day of AUGUST next, at which Meeting the TO LLS arising at the several Toll- Gates upon the said Road, will be LETT to FARM by AUCTION, for one Year, from the thir- teenth Day of the same Month, between the Hours ol Twelve and Twoo'Clock, in the Manner directed by an Act of Parlia- ment passed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his present Ma- jesty King George the Third, for regulating Turnpike- Roads, which Tolls produced the last Year, over and above the Ex. penses of collecting the same, the following Sums, viz: — Bromham- Gate £ 106 0 0 Eauendon. Gate, - with the Weighing- Machine.. 162 0 0 Ravenstone- Gate . . _„ 74 Q 0 and will be put up at those Sums respectively. whoever happens to be the Best Bidder, must at the same Time give Security with sufficient Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Trustees for Payment of the Rent at such Time, and in such Proportions, as the said Trustees shall direct JOHN! GARRARD, Clerk to the said Trustees. Olney, July Id, 1SI2. Cornwall 1 6 Rutland and Stafford 1 Devon 1 6 Huntingdon 1 fi Leicester 1 Somerset 1 6 Bedford 1 6 Lincoln 1 6 Dorset 1 6 Hertford 1 6 Nottingham 1 6 Wilts- 1 6 Middlesex 3 0 Derby 1 6 Berks 1 6 Buckingham 1 6 Cheshire 1 8 Hants 1 6 Oxford 1 6 Lancaster 3 0 Sussex 1 6 1 Gloucester 1 6 York 3 0 Surry 1 6 Monmouth 1 6 Westmoreland 1 6 Kent 3 0 Hereford 1 6 Cumberland 1 6 Essex 1 6 North Wales I 6 Durham 1 6 Suffolk I 6 South Wales 1 6 Northumberl. 1 fi Norfolk 1 6 Worcester 1 ( i British Isles 1 6 Cambridge 1 6 Warwick 1 6 Northampton 1 6 Salop 1 6 Scotland 9 0 All the Counties are illustrated with Maps, the Work therefore comprises a complete British Atlas. To each County is prefixed, a List of the Markets and Fairs an Index Table, shewing at one View, the Distance of every Town from London, and ftom each other; also a copious Travelling Guide, exhibiting the direct and principal Cross Roads, Inns, Distance of Stages, Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats, & c. forming a complete County ltinerar). A supetior Edition is printed 011 Wove Vellum Paper; and contains coloured Maps, Price 5s. 6d. each County, except Middlesex, Yorkshire, Lancashire, and Kent, which are 5s. each.— The Description of London may be had separate Irom the Work, Price 2s. THIS DAY IS ALSO PUBLISHED, COOKE'S cheap and elegant Pocket Edition of HUME'S HIS- TORY OF ENGLAND; with a Continuation by SMOLLETT, The Whole embellished with 50 Engravings. Hume, 12 Vols Price £ 1 10 0 Smollett's1 Continuation, 7 Vols 0 17 6 Index, 1 Vol 0 2 6 The Work may be purchased in separate Volumes, Price two Shillings and Sixpence each ; superior Edition, four Shillings ; which is 50 per Cent, cheaper than any other Edition. London: Printed for C. Cooke, 17, Paternoster- Row ; and sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom. HEALTH AND LONG LIFE. DR. JAMES'S ANALEPTIC PILLS, which were con- trived by the Inventor as a Remedy for himself, and which preserved him to an advanced Age, are admirably cal- culated for Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels, for Head- Achs occasioned by Indigestion or free living; for bilious, gouty, and rheumatic Complaints, and for Colds, slight Fevers, & c. arising from the Vicissitudes of our Climate. Recourse should be had to them upon every trifling Indisposition, and thus their well- known Characteristic of promoting Longevity will be maintained ; for by timely assisting Nature in the due Discharge of the animal Functions, they preserve the Body in Health and Vigour. They are excellent as a general Family Medicine, and, as they do not require any Confinement, are particularly convenient for Travellers. Sold in Boxes 4s. 6d. each, or six in one large Box for £ 1. 4s. by F. Newbery & Sons, in St. Paul's Church- Yard, London ; and by the Venders of their Medicines in the Country. Observe Mr. Newbery's Name is engraved in the Stamp. JESUIT'S DROPS. rI'IlE true original JESUIT'S DROPS are now prepared » by SHAW & EDWARDS, 66, on the Footw'ay, St. Paul's Church- Yard, Successors to Joseph Wessells. The Jesuit's Drops have been long known and esteemed a safe, cheap, effectual, and often an immediate Cure for Strangury, Gleets, Weakness of the Kidneys, or Bladder; and when taken on the first Attack of Venereal Infection, they will infallibly accomplish the desiied Effect: Should the Complaint be far advanced, it will be necessary to take the Specific Remedy with the Jesuit's Drops. The many Depredations made on the Property of the Pro- prietors, compels them to give this Caution, that no one Bottle will be sent out of their House without S11AW and EDWARDS ( Successors to J. WESSELLS), 66, St. Paul's Church- Yard, engraved 011 the Stamp. All others which are sold without the above Names are Im. positions on the Public.— Price2s. 9d.— lis.— and 22s. Sold Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Higgs, Harborough; Loggin, Aylesbury; Tomahn, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Gallard, Towcester; Pouiter & Knighton, Stony- Stratford; and'Page. Oundle. Dr. WI1EA l'LEY'ft Invaluable Remedies for the certain and speedy CURE OF THE ITCH. AN OINTMENT which cures in four Hours, and does . not contain the least Particle of Mercury, or any perni- cious Ingredient whatever, and so perfectly innocent, that Children at the Breast maj be cured without the least Hazard It is ot an agreeable Smell, requires no Confinement, and there is no Medicine of the Kind which cures in so short a Time.- Price Is. 9d. a Box, Duty included. Likewise his CHYMICAL LIQUID, as perfectly safe as the Ointment, and as certain in its Effects; it has no Smell, nor does it in the least soil the Linen ; a Circumstance which tenders it highly valuable, and to some Persons abundantly pre- ferable to any Ointment whatever. Price 2s. 6d. a Bottle, Duty included. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church. Yard; and also by the Printers of this Paper; and Retail by Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Tomalin, Bates, and Wilkinson, Daventry ; Mather, and Broughton, Wellingborough ; Fisher, Higham- Ferrers, Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry; Sharpe, Warwick; Roberts, Southam ; Price, Leicester; Harrod, Har- borough ; Munn, and Collis Si Dash, Kettering; Rooe, Stam- ford; Eaton, Tbrapston; Yotke & Sumners, Oundle; Jacob, and Horden, Peterborough; Lovell, Huntingdon; Hodson, Cam- bridge; Palgtave, Bedford; In wood, and Barringer, Newport- Pagnell ; Queneborough, Dunstable ; Perks, and ' fapp, Hitcbin ; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seeley, Buckingham; Jones, Oxford; Richardson, and Rogers, Stony- Stratford; Hawkes, Lutterworth; Loggin, Aylesbuiy and Leigbton ; Wheeler, Ayles- bury; Becsley, and Rusher, Banbury ; and by every Vender of Patent Medicines in tlis Uuacd Kingdom. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. rpHE greatest Blemish to Beauty is superfluous Hairs on I the' Face, Neck and Arms.— HUBERT'S ROSEATE- PO WDF. R immediately removes thein, and is an elegant Article, perfectly innocent and pleasant to use, Price 4s. or two in one Parcel, 7s. Sold by the Proprietor, No. 23, Russel- Street, Covent- Garden, London; Printers of this Paper; Seeley, Buckingham ; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton; Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Norris, Bedford; Mather, Wellingborough; York & Summers, Oundle; Jacob, Peterborough; Freeman, Uppingham; Corral, Lut- terworth ; Tomalin, Daventry; Rusher, Banbury ; Lovell, Huntingdon ; Rowell, Rugby; Higgs, Harborough ; Gregory, Leicester; Stevens, Bicester; and by one Person in every Town CONSUMPTION CURED. TN Cases of approaching Consumption, HOPE'S HECTIC PILLS have never been known to fail. In the more advanced Stages, the most unexpected Cures have taken Place, even after their remained no apparent Possibility of Recovery; and in the isost deplorable and complicated Cases, Life has been lengthened after all other Medicines had ceased to act. Those who are satisfied that in regular Practice there is 110 Remedy for Consumption, will feel it their Duty to try this Medicine, which is compounded with a Drug never before used. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by G. Walker, 106, Great Port- land- Streetf London; and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Marshall, Northampton; and may also be ordered ot any Person who sails Patent Medicines. Price 2s. 9d. each Box. 03" Just published, An EssAYon the CAUSES, PREVENTION, and CURE, of CONSUMPTION ; in which the Dangers of Bleed- ing and Starving are explained. By L. HOPE. Price 2s. M: BRUISES, STRAINS, CUTS, & c. &<.. ARSHALL'S HEAL- ALL ; or Era ERE AL BALSAMIC TINCTURE and STYPTIC; being a Preparation of such extraordinary Virtue as not to be paralleled by any Remedy yet discovered, for its immediately stopping bleeding, and speedy Cure of Cuts and fresh Wounds of all Denominations. — Also taken internally as a warm Stimulant, dissolving Phlegm, opening Obstructions, and promoting the natural Secretions, thereby speedily removing Gouty Attacks, Rheumatisms, & c and may be relied on as a sovereign Remedy in the following Complaints :— Bruises, Strains, Pains and Stiffness of the Joints, Swellings and Contractions, for reducing Fractures, and Dislo- cations, R'/ ieumatism, Gout, Sciatic, Lumbago, stiff Neck, and the Bite or Sting of venomous Animals. The following recent Case rf the Heal- All has been communicated to the Proprietor, as a further Proof of the never- failing Efficacy oj this elegant Prepartiv* when resorted to vjltbout Delay :— The eldest Son ot Mr. MOORE, of Harleston, near North ampton, had the Misfortune to have his Hand most dreadfully crushed, from being caught between a Pump and its Sweep while in Action, 111 Consequence ot which, the Sinews were laid completely bare, and the Hand presented a most fright! d Spectacle; the Styptic, however, being immediately applied, perfect Cure after three Times dressing was the Result, to the Astonishment not only of the Party himself, but to every Person who had witnessed the Case. June 27, 1812. This Balsam will be found equally beneficial in Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, or Wounds, in HORSES, DOGS, Sec. To prevent Counterfeits, this Tincture is put up in Bottles with ample Directions, with the following Label ;—" Prepared and sold by W. MARSHALL, Chymist, Northampton," and sold. Wholesale and Retail, by Shaw & Edwards, 66, St. Paul's Church Yard, London, at2s. 9d. and Is. ldj. per Bottle and may be had of the Venders of Patent Medicines in general. WYMAN's AX L'LBILIOUS PILLS SO justly esteemed for their easy and certain Operation in removing all Bilious Complaints, Obstructions in the Liver. Indigestion, Sick Head- Ach, Jaundice, & c. They are an excellent Remedy for Persons of Bilious or Costive Habits; for Persons of sedentary Lives, where sufficient Action of the Bowels is not kept up ; also for Persons who have impaired their Constitutions by free Living; and in early Attacks of the Gout are peculiarly useful, by alleviating the Severity of the Fit, and shortening its Duration. They have been found highly useful preparatory to, or during Sea Bathing. These Pills require no particular Regimen or Confinement, and do not con- tain any Mercurial or Antimonial Preparation. Prepared and sold by W. Wyman, Surgeon, Kettering. Sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Sutton, No 10, Bow Church- Yard, London; and, Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, Edge, and Marshall, Northampton ; Sanderson & Beale, and Mather, Wel- lingborough; Tomalin, Wilkinson, and Bates, Daventrv; Reeve, Higham- Ferrers ; Yorke & Summers, Oundle; Beesley, Ban- bury; Barringer, and Inwood, Newport- Pagnell; Queneborough, Dunstable; Alsop, Luton; Harrod, and Bull, Market- Har- borough; Inns, and Gallard, Towcester; Seelev, Buckingham; Hawkes, Lutterworth ; Palgrave, Bedford ; Gardner, Biggles- wade; Richardson, and Rogers, Stony- Stratford; F. Wheeler, Aylesbury; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton ; Ward, Hinckley; Eaton, Thrapston ; Jacob, Peterborough; Roberts, Southam ; Sharpe, Warwick; Luccock, Kimbolton; Emery, St. Neots; Lovell, Huntingdon; Tapp, and Perks, Hitchin ; Wallis, Olney ; Rowell, Rugby; Warde, Stratford- upon- Avon: Rollason, and Merridew, Coventry; and by every Vender of Medicines in the Kingdom. Price 2s. 9tl. per Box, Duty included. Be cateful to ask tor WYMAN'S Anti- bilious Pills. THE GENUINE Dr. JOHNSON'S GOLDEN OINTMENT, Piepared by WILLIAM SINGLETON, NO. 2, UNION- PLACE, LAMBETH, Surrey. "' HIS Ointment is an effectual Remedy in Inflam- mations, Films, Specks, or any other Disorder inci- dent to the Eyes;. having completely effected Thousands of Cures when ail other Means had failed. ( J3T Purchasers are requested to see that the Bill of Di- rection given them with this Article, has the Proprietor's Name as is under- written: All not signed arc Counterfeits, 1 This Ointment? prepared by me, 5 Wm. Singleton, ^ No. 2, Union- Place, Lambeth. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Messrs. Dicey & Sutton, Bow Church- Yard, and at their Warehouse' in North- ampton; and, Retail, by Robins, Daventry ; Inns and Gal- lard, Towcester; Harrod Harborough ; Inwood and Barringer, Newport- Pagnell; Mather Wellingborough; Collis & Dash, Kettering ; and by all other Venders of Medicine in the King- dom; Price 2s. per Pot with full Directions. T By Divine Providence, ^ HE CORDIAL BALM or QUITO, Price 2s. 9,1. is the best Remedy in the Universe for Nervous Complaints, the most powerful Restoiativc and re- animating Balm nf Life and Health, and the safest and best Medicine in the World. Those who have impaired their Health by a Residence in hot and unhealthy Climates; the Young of either Sex, whose In- firmities threaten premature old Age, a Life of Misery, and an early Dissolution; and those more advanced in Years, whose tottering sapless Frames appear withered and almost worn out, are the more immediate Objects of this soothing Balm, the benign Influence of which may be extended to the whole Class of Valetudinarians. For in all Cases and in all Ages, wberethe Solids are relaxed, where the Constitution has received a Shock, I* or is by any Means debilitated, this RESTORATIVE and RE- ANIMATING BALM of LIFE and HEALTH will produce the happiest Effects. The cold and tremulous Nerve will be warmed and steadied ; the relaxed Fibres will be braced and rendered firm; the Muscles will be invigorated; the Sinews will be strengthened; the emaciated Limbs will be covered 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 ot Health; the languid drooping Spirits will be revived and exhilarated ; Digestion will be piomitted ; in short, the Tone of the Nerves will be restored, and by these Means the Whole Constitution will be renovated. Feebleness, Lassitude, Anxiety, Melancholy, and all the deplorable Symp- toms of Disease will vanish; and Strength, Ardour, Serenity, and every Evidenceof renovated Health will be the happy Result of taking this inestimable Balm in'due Time, accordiug to the Directions tor Use which accompany each Bottle. The C rdial Balm of Quito is sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Weston St. Co. 228, strand, London ; and Retail by the Printers of this Paper, and Mr. Edge, Northampton; and all respectable Msdigim; V- eotiers, Prise 2s. 9d. per Bottle, To Mr. SPILSBURY, Soho Square. SIR, 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, 1 was induced to take your valuable Patent Antiscorbutic Drops, and persevering according to Directions, became completely well ; and for these ten Years have not had any breaking out. Any Person wishing Informs tion respecting my Case, or Operation of the Medicine, I will cheerfully give it to them. 1 am, Sir, & c. Norwood, March 24, 1812. W. GIB LING. SPILSBUEY'S PATENT ANTISCORBUTIC DROPS are sold in Bottles, Price 5s. 6d. double Bottles 10s. largest £\ 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 ot this Paper; Mr. Okely, and Mr. Palgrave,' Bedford; Mather, Wellingborough; Collis Sc Dash, and Munn, Kettering; Tomalin, and Wilkinson, Daventry; Corrall, Lutterworth ; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton ; Baxter, Bicester; Beesley, and Rusher, Banbury ; Cripps, Abingdon ; and by most Venders of Patent Medicines in Town and Country. BANKRUPTS required to SURRENDER. James Fair, of Manchester, warehouseman, dealer and chan- man, July 27, 28, and Aug. 22, at the White Lion Inn, Man- chester.— Attorney, Mr. Entwisle, Manchester. William Busby, of Duke- stieet, Manchester- square, Middle- sex, haberdasher, d. & c. July 14, 21, and Aug. 22, at Guild- hall.— Attorney, Mr. Dimes, Friday. street, C'lieapside. John O'Brien and Thomas John Lynch, of Bloomsbury, Mid- dlesex, Irish linen- merchants, el. Sec July 21, 25, and Aug. 22 at Guildhall. — Attorney, Mr. Morton, Gray's- lnn- square. " ' John Bourne, of Blackfriar's- road, Suriy, cheesemonger & c. July 14, 25, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr, Martindale, Edward- street, Cavendish- square. James Brook, of Malton, Yorkshire, grocer, d. & c. July 18 25, and Aug. 22, at Guildhi. ll, London.'- Attorney, Mr. Osl baldeston, Little Tower- street. John Foulis Goodwin, of Abchurch- lane, London, tavern- keeper, d. & c. July 14, 21, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall.— Attor- ney, Mr. Sherwood, Canterbury. square, Southwark. Spencer Dyson, of Huddersfield, Yorkshire, spirit- merchant, . tec. July 17, 18, and Aug. 22, at the Tontine Inn, Sheffield. - Attorney, Mr. Rodgers, Sheffield. Robert Hayward, ot Walworth, Surrv, builder, d & c July 14, 25, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall.'— Attorney, Mr. Lee, Three Crown- square, Scuthwark. James Pridham Graddon, of Russell- street, Covent- garden Middlesex, tailor, d. & c. July 18f 25, and Aug. 22. at Guild- hall.— Attorney, Mr. Piatt, Tanfield- court, Temple. Chailes Hall, of Cheapside, London, milliner, d. & c. July 14, Aug. 4, and 22, at Guildhall.— Attorney, Mr. Hiudman, 1)'. er's- court, Aldermanbury. Thomas Owen, of Wliitecross- strcet, Cripplegate, Middle- sex, grocer, July 18, 25, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall.— Attor- ney, Mr. Collingwood, St. Saviour's Church- yard, Southwark. Charles Mumford, late of Strood, Kent, grocer, d.& c. July 14, Aug. 4, and 22, at Guildhall.— Attomies, Messrs. Noy is Pope, Mincing- lane, Tower- street. Castle Appleton, late of Lyme, Dorsetshire, matiner, d. Sec. July 18, 25, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall, London.— Attornies, Messrs. lioswcll & Buckle, St. Michael's Church- yard Moses Isaacs, of Sheerness, Kent, slopseller, d. Sc c. July 25, 28, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall, London.— Attornies, Messrs. Templer & Glynes, Burr- street, East- Smithfield. Matthew Need, of Featherstone- street, City- road, Middlesex, watch. case. maker, d. & c. July 14, 25, and Aug. 22, at Guild- hall.— Attorney, Mr. Atkinson, Castle- street, Falcon- square. James Robertson, of Iiush- lane, Cannon- street, London, merchant, d. & c. July 18, 22, and Aug. 22, at Guildhall.— Attornies, Messrs. Ashmoor & Hamilton, Henrietta- stieet, Covent. garden. Philip Haley, of Plymouth Dock, Devonshire, cabinet, maker, Aug. 4, 11, and 25, at the Auction- Mart, Plymouth- Dock.— Attorney, Mr. Bone, Plymouth- Dock. Thomas Hinson, of Orange- street, St. Martin's in the Fields, Middlesex, carpenter, July 18, 28, and Aug. 25, at Guildhall. — Attorney, Mr. Patton, Hatton- gardea. William Coslett, of Caerphilly, Glamorganshire, shopkeeper, Aug. 5, 6, and 25, at the Crown, Merthyr. Tydvil.— Attorney, Mr. Meyrick, Merthyr- Tydvil. Hart Phillips, ot Manchester, July 18, 22, and Aug. 25, at Guildhall, London.— Attorney, Mi. Isaacs, Bury- street, St. Mary- Axe. Daniel Alder, late of the East- India Chambers, I. eadenhall- street, London, July 18, 28, and Aug. 25, at Guildhall.— At- torney, Mr. Clutton, St. Thomas's- stieet, Southwark. Joseph Robinson, of Huddersfield, Yorkshire, merchant, Aug. 11, 12, at the Saddle Inn, Huddersfield, and 25, at tha Swan Inn, Huddersfield.— Attorney, Mr. Battye, Huddersfield. Thomas Wilson, ot Newcastle- upon- Tyne, grocer, July 21, Aug 0, and 25, at ihe George, Newcastle- upon- Tyne.— Attor- ney, Mr. Bambridge, Newcastle- upon- Tyne. Jacob Chatterton, of Eccles, Lancashire, flour- merchant, July 27, 28, and Aug. Z5, at the Bush, Manchester.— Attoi- nies, Messrs. Foulkei & Creswell, Manchester. Samuel Hunter, of Macclesfield, Cheshire, iron- founder, July 20, 30, and Aug. 25, at the Angel, Macclesfield.— Attor ney, Mr. Norbury, Macclesfield. John Bayley, of New- Romney, Kent, corn- merchant, July 30, 31, and Aug. 25, at the Guildhall, Canteibury. — Attorney, Mr. Webb, Folkstone. John Hancock, ot the Haymarket, St. Martin's in the Fields, Middlesex, shopkeeper, July 21, 28, and Aug. 25, at Guildhall. — Attorney, Mr. Ellis, Abingdon- street, Westminster. Samuel Johnson, of Nottingham, hosier, Aug. 6, 7, and 25, at the Punch- bawl, Nottingham. — Attorney, Mr. Percy, Nottingham. Bankruptcy enlarged. James Thompson, ot Hertford, boot-. caker, from Aug. 13 to 25. Ease from Lameness and Pain, in a few Hours. HpiIF, BRITISH OINTMENT for CORNS, prepared by 4 W. NAYLOR, Chvmical Colour- Maker to His Majesty. This most excellent Ointment never fails curing hard or soft Corns in a very short Time, and gives Ease in a few Hours. No other Trouble is required in using it, than rubbing a little on the Corn, Night and Morning, with the Finger. The Pro- prietor begs Leave to observe, the Afflicted may rest assured of a Cure, as this is not, like many published Things, an Imposition on the Public. By Appointment of the Proprietor, it is sold, Wholesale, by Dicey & Co. No. 10, Bow Church- Yard, London ; and Retail, by the Printers of this Paper, Edge, and Marshall, Northampton; Tomalin, Daventry; Wilcox, and Gallard, Towcester; Mather, Wellingborough; Palgrave, Bedford; Loggin, Aylesbury and Leighton ; and by one Medicine Vender in every Market Town. Price 2s. 6d. Duty included. To Messrs. Rowland Sf Son, Proprietors of the Mucassar Oil. G ENTLEMEN, rAtn greatly indebted to the surprising Virtues of your MACASSAR OIL, for the Recovery of my Hair, which has been extremely thin ior these eight Years past, and obliged me 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, I was enabled to leave off my Wig, and have now to boast of a fine Head of Hair, which astonishes every one. I shall continue the Use of it, as it not only thicksns 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 leferany one to your obedient Servant, WILLIAM HENRY JAQUES. Baker- Street, Tortman- Square, JuncTith, 1811. To Messrs. A. Ruwlund 4' 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 I have received from your truly valuable MACASSAR OIL. Having had the Misfortune to lose almost all my Flair at the Age ot five- and- twenty, in Consequence of a Fever, which is very prevalent in this Country. 1 was lately induced, at the Instance of a Friend, to make a Trial ot 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 and strong Hair. I am now fifty Years of Age, and would scarcely have expected that after having woie a Wig for five- and- twenty Years of my Life, 1 should ever be enabled to throw it entirely aside. I think it but Justice to yotfrselves and the Public, to add iny 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 tor Pioof of the Merits of this invaluable Dis- covery — 1 am, Gentlemen, your obliged and obedient Servant, WILLIAM CHARLES PRIDEAUX. Spllshy, Lincolnshire, March 21, 1811. The above Testimonials, selected from an immense Number, are irrefragable Proofs of the superior Excellence of the Macassar Oil. ( View Rowland's Essay on the Hair).— Sold in Bottles at 3s. 6d.— 10s. 6d. and £ 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, & c. 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 Sc Son."— Of whom may be had, under the august Patronage of her Royal Highness the Duchess of York, his Excellency the Duke Del Intantado, and many Families of high Distinction, ALSANA 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 2s. 9d. per Box, a beautiful Preparation. CEP. TXFICA'I E to be granted. Aug. 4. P. Hunt, of Nottingham, grocer. LONDON MARKETS. Corn- Exchange, Monday, July IS, 1813; Out arrivals of Wheat this morning constituted a large supply, and with the prospect of considerable imports, and the present favourable weather, prices tell several shillings per quarter. The Mealing Trade thus heavy, and on the decline, occasioned many samples to remain over tile day.— Barley and Malt were both rather cheaper. — White Peas, and Beans of thetwo kinds, underwent very little alteration.— Oats have arrived in pretty ' large quantities, and have fallen about Is. and 2s. per quarter. — Having but short stocks ot Flour, no abatement has yet taken place 111 that article. Wheat 80s. Iol20s. Fine 133s. tol46s. Superfine 152s. tol55s. Fine White — s. tol5os. Rye 80. s. to 90s. Barley 56s. to S6s. Malt 88s. to 98s Wiiite Peas 70s. to 78s. Boilers — s. to 84s. Sullolks — s. to — s. Grey Peas 70s. to 78s. Fine _ s. to 80s. Beans 70s. to 78s. Fine — s. to 80s. Ticks 68s. to 76s. Oats 50s. to 56s. Poiands 57s. to 60s. Potatoe nitto — s. to 62s. Average of Wheat, 143s. 6di.— 4s. 8dJ. higher than last return. tine Flour, 115s. to I20s.— Seconds, 110s. to 115s. Average of Flour 119s. 5di-— 0s. 4d. higher ihan last return. PRICE or SEEDS. Carraway 65s. Od. to 80s. Od.) Coriander 35s. Od. to 40s. 0d.( Ked Clovet 70s. Od. to 81s. 0d.( Percw » - White ditto 50s. Od. toll2s. Od.) White Mustard 14S. od. to 21s. Od. / Brown ditto 14s. Od. to 22s. Od. S Per bush Turnip 14s. Od. to 18s. Od. ditto. BACS. Kent 31. 0s. to 61. 0s. Sussex 31. 0s. to 41.16s. Essex 41. 0s. to 61. 0s. PKLCE OF HOPS. POCKETS. Kent 51. 0s. to 71. 10s. - Sussex 41. 4s. to 61. 0s. Farnham 61. Os. tol2i. 0s. SMITH F1 E LD. — MONDAY, July 13. ( To sink the offal— per stone ot 81 bs.) Beef .5s. 0d. to 6s. Od. | Veal 6s. Od. to 7s. 0J Mutton ... 5s. 4d. to 6s. 2d. | Pork 5s. 4d. to 6s. 84 Lamb 6s. Qd. to ,7s. Od. Head of Cattle this Dav.— Beasts, about 1,600—' sheep and Lambs, 16,600 — Calves, 160— Pigs, 2G0. NEWGATE AND i. EADENHALL MARK. L lb. ( By the Catcase. J ' ' Veal 5s. Od. to 6s. 84. Pork 5s. 4d. to 6s. « u. Od. to 6s. 8d. Beef 4s. 41. to Ss". 4d. Mutton 5s. Oct. to 5s. 8d. Lamb 5s. PRICE OF TALLOW. Town Tallow 77s. Od. St. James's Market.. 4s. fid, \ ellow Russia. 78s. Od. Clare Market 4s. 7d. White ditto .. — s. Od. Whitcchapel Market 4s. 7d. Soap ditto 76s. Od. Melting StulT. 63s. Od. 13s 81. Ditto rough 42s. Od. Graves 20s. Od. Average per st. of Sib. 4s. 6 J. J Good Dregs .. 9s. Od. SOAP- Yellow.. 86s. Od . Mottled.. 100s. Od. PRICE or LEATHER, PER POUND. Butts, 50 to 561b. each 22d. to ? 4J. Ditto, 56 to 661b. each * 5d. to 26d. Merchants' Backs — d. to — d. Dressing Hides 18d. to 19J. J Fine Coach- Hides 19d. to 20d $ Ciop Hides, 35to401b. tor cutting 17d. J to 20d. 45 to 501b 20d. to 22d. Calf Ekin 30to401b. 29d. to 36d. £ Cto 701b 36d. to 43d. " 0 to 801b 384. to 4Cd. Tanned Horse. Hides, 18d. to 21d. Small Seals ( Greenland! 34d. to 35d. Large Ditto, 120s. to 171 s. per Dozen.— Goat Skins, 34s. to 62s. NORTHAMPTON : Printed and Published by and for T. E. DICEY, W. SUTTOM, & R. SMITHSON.
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