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20/08/1819

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Date of Article: 20/08/1819
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cfr-' > • i FRIDA Y K VKN1NG, A UG UST 20, 1819. VAUXHAI. L Under tlie patronage of his Koval tiigfcoecuaa P R I N C E R E G E N T — T H I S E V t f N - 1 S G t Friday, Aug. 20), a GRANT) G A L A . when Moil- « eur. MadaawMcIle. and Madame SAQO'l will go through their surprising Evolutions.— At the end of he Concert, Madame Jfctqui Will Vbake an astonishing ascent on the Tight Rope, • midst, a bnlluint display of F I R E - W O R K S " by Signora HENGLE'R— Admission, 3s. 6d— Doors open at Seven, the £ M » C « to kegih at Eight o'Clock. • " . • KlflSH" LYING- IN HOSPITAL for MAR, R I E D WOMEN, in Browntew- street, Long- acre— The Q U A R T E R L Y G E N E R A L COURT of the GOV E R N O R S of this C H A R I T Y - is to. be held at the Hospital, on ITU P A Y , the 27 th inst. at Twelve o'clock at noon precisely."' a T j f m v H r r r , } S c c r c t w i e s I M R N I A N SOCIETY, instituted at London, in the year 1806, for establishing Schools, and circulating ttoe Holy Scriptures i s Ireland. V I C E P R E S I D E N T S. Hon. Charles Noel Noct, Charles Grant, Esq. M. P. W. Wilberforce, Esq. M. P . Kirkman Finlay, Esq. M. P. Th% F* rt of Gosford, T. ord. Viscotuit Galway, i. iwd Viscoun* Lortori, . Lord- V » amnt De Vesa, Sir ffamer. Shaw, Bart. T R E A S U R E R , S A M U E L M I L L S , Esq Owing the last year, eighty- eight Schools were added to tho previously tinder the Society, making in the whole « 0 Schools and 4!* 976 children under instruction. The Committee are induced to appeal to the British Public for assistance, being unwilling tSrefiise the numerous applications made for the establishmeat- of additional Schools. The Treasurer is now more than a thousand tiounds in advance, which entirely precludes any increase to the present number without a proportionate addition to their funds. Subscriptions and donations in aid of this Society are received b/ iaiauei Mills, Esq. Finsbury- place, Treasurer; Messrs. Hankef and Co. Fenchurch- street; Messrs. Ransom and Co. 34, Pall- mall; Mr. Hatchard, 190, Piccadilly; by any Member of the Committee; or by Messrs. Pewtress, Low and Co. Gracecburch- street, of whom reports may be had. T Dedicated t J t lw Duke of Wellington.— This day is published elegantly printed in one vol. imperial quarto, embellished with 50 coloured Plates, Portraits. Maps, Plans, & c. prices/. 6s. boards, or in four Parts, at 1L l i s . 6d. each/ the last three of which are sold separately, to complete sets, AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of the CAMP A I G N in the N E T H E R L A N D S , in 1815, under his Grace the Duke bf Wellington and Prince Blucher, domprising the Battles, of Lignv, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo. With a detailed Narrative of the Political Events connected with those memorable Conflicts, drawn up from tho first Authorities, and dedicated to the Duke. By W I L L I A M MUDFORD, Esq. Illustrated by numerous public and private Official Documents, and other Papers hitherto unpublished, communicated by Officers of tho highest distinction. l'rint « l for Henry. Colburn, Conduit- street, and Thomas Egerton, Whitehall. ,. ____ - T H E E V ^ T L Y N M A N U S C R I P T S: Tills day is published, handsomely printed irt two vols, royal 4to. embellished with Portraits and* other Engravings, by the first artists, price 51. 15s. 6d. boards, the second edition of MEMOIRS of JOHN EVELYN, ESQ. the cdebrated Author of " Sylva," & c. Written by ."' lifa. clf. Printed from tho Original Manuscript, in the Library at Wotton. Edited by W I L L I A M B R A Y , Es « j. Fellow and Treasurer of the Society of Antiquaries, & c. Lately pubPlirsihnetded, ifno ro nHe evnorlyu mCeo, l b4utorn. , e mCboenlldisuhite- ds twreietht. a Portrait of the Author, and twelve engravings of remarkable scenery, St. 2s. boards, NARRATIVE OF A RESIDENCE IN IRELAND. By A N N E P L U M T R E , Author of " Narrative of a Three Years' Residence in France," Ac. " God has done everything for this country, Man nothing." Lord Chesterfield, Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit- street. " VfEYV SYSTEM of MUSICAL EDUCATION. i . 1 — Mr. L O G I E R has lately received intimation of several attempts to impose upon the Public by persons improperly professing to teach upon this plan : however flattering it may bo to receste such, testimonies of its excellence, it would be much more gratifying to be assured that every Pupil should be instructed by a competent Master. Mr. Logier, therefore, considers it a duty he oivc* to the Public, to publish tiie names of those Professors who have regularly adopted bis System, having made themselves perfectly acquainted with it by the necessary attendance, at his Professional lectures. Loidon— Messrs. S. Webbe, Bellamy, I. Clifton, Kaikbrcnoner, W. H. Cutler, J. Wilkins, J. Green, T. Cooke, F. Sharpe, J. de Michele, Perez, Peichler; Misses Fawcett. Osborne ; Mrs. Burton ; Misses Hawkes, E . Hawkes, Gettcliffe; Messrs. Kiallsnnrk, G. G. Wigley, H. Graisbach, Clarke, sen., Clarke, jun. ; Dr. Essex. Mr. J. 15. Howard, Miss b W , Mad. 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Philadelphia— Mr. Moran. ,' Barbadoes— Mrs. Andrews. SflQi'l— Messrs. Perez, sen., Peichler, » en. P H E CH1R0PLAST, or HAND DIRECTOR L used in Mr. L O G I E R ' S System of Musical Education . , manufactured mid sold by J. GREEN, 33, Soho- sQnare, Agent for the System, and . publisher of all the works used in Academies established on this plan. Of whom also may be procured, Ruled Slates an • » Books of e* ery description. " N. B. An extensive assortment of Plain and Elegant Pianofortes ( warranted) to be sold to the public at less than manufac tnrgrs prices, for ready money. 1 ~ HIGHLANDS OF S C O T L A N D. This day is pumished, in Svo., price Sis. Bd. boards, SKETCH'of a TOUR in the HIGHLANDS of S C O T L A N D ; through Perthshire, Argyleshire, and Invernesfishire, in the Autumn of 1818; with some Account of the Caledonian Canal. London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternosterrow; and John Thomson and Co. Edinburgh. * * " MODERN S T A T E T R I A L S. This day Is published, Closely printed in double columns, royal 8vo. Vol. the26th ( or the Fifth of a New Series) price lis. 6d. A Complete COLLECTION of STATE TRIALS X X asd P R O C E E D I N G S for H I G H T R E A S O N and other Crimes and Misdemeanors, from theearlieat period to the Year 178.1. with Notes and other Illustrations ; compiled by T. B. HOWELL, Esq. F. R. S. F. S. A. and continued from the Year 17BS to the present Time; by THUS. JOKES HOWELL, Esq. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orine, and Brown ; J. M. Richardson ; Black, Parfcury, and Allen ; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; E. Jeffery and Sou ; J. Hatchard and Son; R. H. Evans; J. Booker; J. Booth; Budd and Calkin ; and T . C Hansard. " For the accemmodatien of such persons as possess H- rgrave s State Trials, a separate title- page has been printed, so as to render the Continuation applicable to that as well as to the octavo edition. Thus, those who wish to possess the Modern State Trials as a separate Work, or as a Supplement to either of the Collections, maybe proved with it accordingly. Thejiresent Volume brings the Work down to the year 1798, and contains twenty- one moct important Cases, among which are six not before published, viz. J. Reeves, for a seditious Libel; Williams, for publishing Payne's A" c of Reason; Duncan, • Keidpath, and Mitchell, for rioting; Mealmaker, for Sedition ; Cameron and Menzies, for Sedition ;. Black and Paterson, for ' Sedition. The 27th Volume, which is in forwardness, will contain, besides other Cases, Reports of the eelebrated Trials in Dublin, in 1798. MR. HARTLEY'S USEFUL SCIENTIFIC tVORES. This day are published, PRINCIPLES of the SCIENCES; or, the Elements of Human Knowledge connected with Religion and Morality. In a Series of Familiar Letters, from a Father to his Son. Treating respectively of Theology, Mythology, Astronomy, Meteorology,' Geology, Mineralogy, Physiology, Anatomy, Zoology, Botany, Geography, Ilistolv, Chronology, Logic, Ontology, Matfiematics, Mechanics, Magnetism, Navigation, Optics, Phonics, • Chemistry, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Electricity, Galvanism, Literature, Music, Painting, Poetrv; with a variety of concomitant andminor subjects. By C E C I L H A R T L E Y , M. A. in royal 18mo. 4s. boards'. 2. P R I N C I P L E S of P U N C T U A T I O N ; or, the Art of Pointing familiarized, and illustrated by passages from the best writers. With an explanation of all the marks and characters made use of in English writings; the proper use of capital letters; a copious list, with the meaning, of those initials or abbreviations of Latin and other word's of which many are n6t generally understood by the English reader; and an explanation of all the technical terms relative to books. In demy 18mo. 3s. neatly bound. 3. 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ADAMS, ( fttO& I AN AMEBICAS PAPER-)' - • , We are not aware that the following letter frgjn Mr. Adams, theq our Ambassador iti- England, to' J « jV » Secretary of State under the old corif'edeiv'cioii, has eijcf been published. It ii valuable from the elevated character of the jietsirs and from the. interest of. the scene described. Home of onj^ ptlriots," who think thej'e, fe a' natural repulsion between independence ' rfn. f' good- tire'nding, riiav be horrified p. t the courtier- like address of. Mr. VAdams, and feel'qulte indignant that republic;;;. fein should haveilobservcd a proper decorum before royalty^ WV admirS' in Mr. Adams' conduct, that good sense and dexterity ' that'fe'Hs distinguished most of our foreign Ministers in tWtr" ihtercourse with European Cour t s , . ! T h e stvle is simple, amJ: we think more republican thtin the inflated tiombajt that characterises most of otir present productions. It is what v e Seldom'meet, the plain, htnguage of a sensible tl'. htl. .: Eath Hotel Westminster, June 2,178.5, ;:„ D'i! Art Silt,—. Duriug my interview with the Marquis of Carmarthen, he told tne that it' was customary for every foreignminister, at his first presentation,. tcv. tji^ King; lo make his Majnstv. some compliments co^' focvir able to the spirit of his Credential* and when Sir dement fjoUrcl Dor. nef, the master of, the ceremonies, came to inform me that he should accompany me to the Secretary erf State, and to CotVrt, he said. that. every foreign minister whom he Irad attended to the Queen, had always iiiade tin harangue to lie'r Majesty, and he understood, though ! ie had not been present, that they always harangued the King;' On Tuesday evening th^ Baron de Lynden ( Dutch AtflbaSsa lor) " catfcd upon iruv M> d said he came from the Barou de Ne'kfn ( Swedish env « v) and . had beeil conversing tipnrt the situation I was in ; atid- thev agreed in opira'oii that it was indispensable. th; it I, should make a speech, an 1 that it should be as complimentary as possible. All this was p'lridlel. to the advice lately given by ilia Count list Ve?(,' iiines to Mr. Jeftvjfsim. $ o that finding that it . was a custom established at bVSth these great courts,' and that this court and tlid forcigii" iiiitiisters extieeled it, I thought I could hot avoid it, although my first thought and inclination'kail been to deliver my credentials silently and retire. At Witty Wi Wednesday, the. 1st'of,' June, the muster pi ceremonies- called at mv house, an I.'.-.' ant .. with his to tilt; Secrotitrv of State's office, in Cleveland- row, where the M. irrpiis of Carmarthen received me, and tiitiodnewl me to ' Mr. Prasier, his Under Secretary, who had been, si'Shi*- Lordship said, imiiiterniptedlvin that office, through Ml the Changes ih Adininixtration, for' 30 yearj, having first beeti iipjlVimted fty the Earl of ItoTde'hiess. After a short conversation upon the subject of importing mv effects IHm II ylafilj aiiil France, Free of duty, kluefi'M'r. Frailer '{ rkrtself feitfiydnctd,' Lord Carmarthen' iiiv'it'cJ " me to go vHtli' him in his ' coach to Court. Wheti we arrived m the nntifchatiibar, the ( Ed de Beiif, ot" St. Jaiifes, the Master f i f t h s Ceremonies met me, and attended me. while tiie Se- ' ftcX& tf of State Went to take the Cothih1teds"' of the King. While I Stc>-> 1 in this place, where it . seems'all Ministers stand uppn such occasions, always attended by the' Master ( it Ceremonies, ' the room very full of ' Ministers of State, Bishops, ami all other sorts of coni'tieis, ' as well as the next room, which it the King's bed- chtiuiber, you riiav well Suppose that I was the focus of till eyes. I was relieved, however, from the embarrassment of it, by" the1. • Swedish atfd Dutch Ministers, who came to me an ,1 entertained-' me in a very agreeable conversation during the whole time. Some other Gentlemen whom' 1 bird' se'tin be+ tife, civ- ae to make their compliments' too— lumil the ' Marquis of Carmarthen returned, and desired ine to go with iiiiri to his Majesty I I went with liis Ltmklffp tbmngh the levee room into the King's closet— the door wassnut, and 1 was left with his Majesty' and the." Secretary of State alone-. I made the thiW rBvefenfceS ; Biie at' the door, another about half Way, and the third before the presence, according to the usage established at this and all the Northern Courts of Europe, and then addressed niyself to his Majesty in the following Weirds : ' ' , V Sit; i^- Th's In: fed Stales' of America have appointed me their Minister' Plenipotentiary to your Majesty, and Lave directed uie'to deliver to vonr Majeitv this letter, which contains the ' evidence of it. It is in obedience to their express commands, that I have the honour to Assure your Majesty of their unanimous disposition and desire to' Cultivate- the most friendfv and liberal intertoutee'between your Majesty's " subjects and their citi- Jseus, and of their best - wishes fir' votir Majesty's health and happiness; and for that bf your roval family. '•''," Thobajijiointiiteiit of a Minister fi'om the United States to your Majesty's ' Court, will form ail epoch in the histi* y rtf England and of Amentia. I think myself maru fqrtttnatp tlit-. ii all mv fellow- citizens, in having the distinguished honour to- be tlje f> i- st to stand in voui Ma- JfteStv'V Itoyal pVte'enee iii a diplomatic character; and 1 rfhsrH- estAjm myself t t e hfljipiest men if. I can be instniiireiftal iu reeo'iii- iiiemlihg'wy coiiutVv more and inpre to 3< onr Majesty's KoyalbcfieVo'shee,' and' of restoring, an, entire esteem, ' cuniideiice, and affection, or in better xvords, ' the p5, d gcfcid ' na'thre,' arid the ( j'tioj old humour,' batwiSet) people, wh'o thoitgh- separated by an ocean, and under ( Ttlfereut Governments, have the same language, a. similar ' religion; ' a . kindred blood'. I beg your Majesty's, permission to aiid, that although I have soinetimes before, lieen entrusted Jre n\ y country, it was naver. in my y. hole life in a'naafirief so agreeable to mvselt." K i n g listened tq every word I said, with dignity it is true, birt- witlv aii apparent emotion. Whether it was the nature of " the interview, or whether t f Was mv visible 3gitat: 0h, f<) i' I ftdr iiiot'C'tli! tnI'l, Ulir6r Cbuld express, that tixichql hiiti, I cannot sav( buCfie was'imic'i affected, and iinswcrwl n\ e witlr iaore tr- euior titan " j Jiad sjioken with, arid stiiil— - ' ? l S l i t — T h e circumstances of this audience arc so extraordinary, the htugttage von have now held is so extretna- IV proper, and the feelings von have discovered so'justlv adopted to the occasion, that I must sav, tli^ t I not, only rrtef^ e with pleasure the ass.- tra'nce of the friendly disp t i e i f iw " iff'the Unifeif States, bltt that I am very glad tllfe'' ehoi6e'' hasi fallen upti. ti yon to be their Minister. I « viiti, y{ iii," 5iiv tp believe, and ; hat it rn'nv lie'understood in Aiiiei'ic. i.^ thit I ha e done nothing mi t'^ e late contest but W- llat I tliought myself indispensably bound to do, bv the dtity W'liich I ( c. ved to ray people-. I will be . very Frank H'itlryitnf." T wits the'last to coiiftirm to the separation; butivtht- separiitiotr hat nig been made, and bavin;' l » ee6me inevitable/ I " hbve alwavs said,' as I sav now,', that I would be the first td irit- ft the friendship of the Uhi. lcd States a j an independent power. The moment I see shell ^ cniiiifetit aftdlatigufige- tri your's prevail,, and a disposition • » ,•';, ^ t t a u h t e i t i . ' J sometimes between his periods, and between mei- glers of the same period, lie w;. s indeed much affected, and I . was not lets so,' and thcrefcire'T cannot' be " certain ttiad 1 " was" so attentive, heard so. k- learly,' a; ij understood so perfefc'tlv, as to " be confluent of afl his vf- ords cr. sense; and i tiiirfk that all wBi'cll he said to me shbtild at present be kejit secret in America, unless his' Majesty or his S ic'ivtat- y of State'should judge proper to report it.' This I do say, that the foregoliio is'his' Majesty's meaning, as. I then imderstooif it, and his own Words as neatly as I can recollect them. - ' 1 Tint King then asked me whether 1 came last from France? and upon mv answering in the affirmative, he put on an air of familiarity, and smiling, or rather laughing, sai. l, " there is nu opinion among some people that you are not the most attached of all your countrymen to the manners of France." I was surprised at this, because I th night it an indiscretion, and n descent from his dignity. I was n little embarrassed, but determined' not to - deny the truth on o^ hand, nor leave him to infer from it ; uiy attachment to England on tiie other. I threw off as much. gravity as I mud, and assumed an air of gaiety, and a tone of decision, as. far as was decent, and said—" That opinion, Sir, ts not mistaken ; I must avow to your Majesty I have no. attachment but to my owii couutry." The King replied as f'juicl; as lightning, an'holiest map will never have any Otlieif." Tile King then said, a Word or. two, to the Secretary of State, which being, tietween them,' I did not hear, and then turned round and bowed to me, as is customary with all Kings aiid Princes, when thev give the signal to retire. 1 retreated, stepping backwards, as is the etiquette, and making my last reverence at the door of the chamber, I went my way.; tlie Master of the Cercmoui'. u joined me the moment of- tin- comihg out of the King's closet,, and accompanied me through all the apartments, down to my carriage, several stages of servant.!, - gentlemen porters, and under porters, roaring out like thunder," as I Went along, " Mr, Adauis's servailtsj jNI, r.; Adaiiis'j- carriage,*'& c. I have been itluu minute . in these details, liecanse thev uiay by. useful to . others - hereafter to krioWi The conversation with, the King, I should not dare; to withhold from Congress; who will form their own judgement of it. I nitty possibly expect from it a rjiidence here less painful than 1 once expected, because So marked an attention from tlie King will silence many gri'inibiers'; but we can infer nothing from all this concerning the aucqess of my mission. Thereis a train of other cereinonies t o g o through in Jiresent'Uions to the Queen, . and visits. to mid from Ministers and Ambassadors, which will take ujj much time, and interrupt'me in luy endeavours to obtain all that I have at heart, the objects of my instructions^ Thus it is that the essence of things is lost iii ceremony in every country of Europe ; we must submit to what we cannot alter— Patience is the only remedy. With great and sincere esteem, I have tiie honour to be, dear 3ir, VOiir most oljedient and humble servant, J O H N A H A M S. His Excellency John Jay. Esq. Secretary of State for the Uepai'ti » e: it of .. foreign Affairs. DasADPUl. Finnii Tiiis morning, about one o'clock, a dceailt'ul firs broke out in the house of Mr, N A S H , U tea dealer, in St. Mary- Axe, and totally destroyed his extensive premises and several of the adjoining houses, before a stop could be put to the devouring element. . Another fire broke out on the premises of Mr. PAULL, a carpenter, residing in Old ' Change,, and burnt with inconceivable fury for upwards of two hours, destroying a large stock of timber, three waggons, and nine horses; part of the household,. furniture, was saved with imifh difficulty. It was a long time- after the engines arrived before a supply of watetM » 4W'be psoqirud. Great apprehensions were entertaiuedifaih t/ lije safety of the lieighbouririg buildings; but throtlgh the exertions of the firemen, thu damage was confined to the. premise* of Mr. PAULL, and the King's Head Waggon Office, which was partially injured. Some of the horses were rescued from their perilous situation, but became unmanageable, and again returned into the flames. The premise-', we understand, were not insured. < o'{ JH- e'- this'eOmitjy the preference,' that moment I, gitaj MivJ'lt- t- the teirthr'isfkAi'es'hf' llihgua- ge, rcligicii;, aifd, l> luod. bavc tiBeif natiirnT ant! full efftet." ,' i dart! not say that tliese tvere tiie King's precise words-;- and it is tyon jiossilife'U+ itft I may hhyc. in some jvii'tifsd.-' i'-- tnii t.' rlcVi- Jit<*? h'tViiMg : fiir'.- dtliiiiigli ' h: V' prfiii i^ fiiitifict a s - I ' e v e r ' htisftfc i'^ c. tii'aflaK'} t THE MANCHESTER REFORMERS. " AtANCHliSTEH, AUO. 18. " We have had a very pecealile dav, aiid whitt is better, no appearance ofanv fresh disturbance. There fe no addition to the tSlunber; dead since my last, though it ia expected some who are severely wounded cannot survive. " A serious riot tppk tplacer last night at Macclesfield. It began by an attack u'pon the fly- waggon belonging to Messrs. Pickfordi iiftMi town, who had made themselves obnoxious to the I* efjbnhers, from suffering a troop of the ManchesterYcoiiiani- yOavalry torg| imin in the yard of their establishment, which is is near St; I'eter'sChurch, until their services were required to ta: ke Hunt, & c. The caravan with great difficulty " was kept but of the hands of the mob, but their numbers having increased, and the ice broken, they i proceeded to tbe house of the Mayor, and broke the eritp'c.- of his windows,: the windows of the Town Clerk inet with the same fate. Mr. Wilson, of the Courier OfTtix', ;- liad trlfio - liis windows broken, and the windows of the ' Macclesfield Hotel. Their proj; reis was here stopped bv the interference of the military, and a. great many takeu into custody. At four o'clock this morning ; x; ace was restored." rt! ••"-'- K X T R A 8 T OF A P R I V A T E LT. TTKR, " ARUlVicK, AUCJ. 1 6 . . " Time will not allow of tiiY, renie. riiig iir. o a regular d. Ctail of the fearful proceedings - wh- ieh have-' taken place in Manehoster.- Tile Manchester Yeomanry alone were called1 to act, in arresting. these anardhititl leadier. i, and they eonducted themselves With n firnuVesS' bcc'orillng'Ae occasion. One of them was shot, and'an other, vo. yhdetfljy his l) or. » e stumbling over some of the ivwhvidi^ lissvha Were knocked down ill . the fray. It is now rcpoTttaJblfaltithe triob have. Oiilv witlukawn with the intention of ^ teitihg M'arichester again to- moi'Wi\ t^;\ vith iii- riii, ilv. The. authorities'arc well prepared for th^ ir fcception. Hunt was vcrv . much mortified wheii'tlieCdnstahJcs put tbe- hanilcuffs on liitn and his reforniiug fcjends; lie begged hard for a chaise to be sent . (' or, Botwithstand- injr which, he- was vttilly escorted to the New Baiiev.. Manv- VoiTitfO," took all active part in the meeting, ain^ n^ s't Wh, om, w,- is,? il rs. Johnson, wife, of Johnson who invited tip; Orator ; she is now in custody. ".. At Kijtlit- s » VU » cKall. tln? Special CoustaUes were sum-' mor. ed tsi dutv. On perceiving that the Yeomanrv were so, cic: ti- riiiiiK: i! in thrir • Ti• t.• , tlmiishrtds of ilia nibble flew } n~ ftft* dri'cetlonj- .' I% n^ nOjei" . fi-.- setwbJ;.--! isjudged to have bi/ 6ji about iD or 50,050. I will immediately communicate to you any further movements." " AJTDWICS, A U G . 1 7. ." YVler. Hunf and his co- reformers were summoned yeaterdo, j, he, refused t o surrender to our Deputy Constable, saying he would only give himself up to a Magistrate; the Magistrate who advanced to takj him into custody, said, he would do so upon his oivn responsibility, as they were giilty of high treason. When. Hunt lieartl this, he was so thunder- struck, that he alunwt cried, and submitted immediately. There were six Cups of Liberty, some of them very conspicuous for their revolut'iixiary emblems. One had for motto " F R E E 11 it K I KN T A T I O M OR DEATH." Amongst the fifieen fligS, HQW in the jiossession of tiie Magistracy, is a black one, with the word " Death" inscribed on It, " At noon, yesterday, all warehouses, dwelling- houses, and shops were closed ; they continue so to- day ;' J1 business is suspended. Tha Constables', accompanied by the military, are, at this moment, actively employed in disjiersing any number of people who assemble together, The moment! a piece of ordnance makes its appearance, the mob fall back, and form an avenue from its muzzle - Dcansjate was last night thronged by an infuriated rabid-.', who manifest the . most vindictive feeling ; to- day they reassembled in greater number; the soldier* were ordered to disperse them, wjiich thtjy/ promptlv . effected, " One of the Ckji^ itje-: Yeomanry was nearly killed4ast night, by a number of cowardly wretches, who assailed him with stones, Sec. whilst he was walking alone'in the street, during the time his horse was feeding. There are above 30 . Magistrates in Manchester at the present- moment ; this number includes those from- Cheshire and Yorkshire. Tonight more mischief is looked for. It was rumoured tliat the disaffected of all the neighbouring towns would march in a body to attack Manchester this day at nboa. The report, however, was a hoax.; tiie kwxet'it in the New- Bailey. AH is now quiet." The following particulars are fro: n the Second and Third Editions *> f the Manchester Exchange Herald, which were published ia the cour. • of T'uesdsv. " Tuesday Morning, 9 o'CVpc/ c, M Excepting the riot at the New Cross, before nten* tioued, at which two men were shot, and tak « n. to the Infirmary, where one of them had a leg taken jwf, the night was passed in comparative peace ; indeed in the centre of the town, there was almost an uiicominqn silence, otily broken by the distant trampling of the putrplling cavalry. " 1 he Uejtorts of numbers killed at that usually riotous place, the New Cross, in the tumult of last night, ure so vague and contradictory, that we refrain to rejieut thenj. Iu our first edition, we had trusted to what we deemed a correct authority, and stated that six persons had dit; d in the Infirmary yesterday of their wounds ; we are happy to Jearn this morning, that only one has died there, and. that the Gentleman belouging to the Manchester Yeomanry Corps, who was thought dyjng at four o'clock yesterday, and whose, actual daath was mentioned with confidence tasCni'gkt, has passed a comparatively go id night. " In surrounding tlie hustings, and iu disputing the meeting yesterday, the spirit and promptitude of action so admirably displayed by the Yeomanry Cavalry, was « eei- mpa tied 6y a temper-, and. forbearance, which has been spoken of by persons of'all parties in terms of admiration. " Hunt, Johnson, Knight, Moorhous- e, S. txtou. and the other leaders of the Kcfcruers, who wjre t, ken yesterday, have passed the, night ia separate cells. Thev. iiave had leisure for rsfiectioa, which, it is io be hoped, will prove sal u tar r. , " ON'T: O'CLOCK, " A? out eleven o'clock, a wicked rcoort was brought to town, that a party of the Reformers, at least ' 20,0 ) 0 strong, were advancing upou the town, armed with pikes and other offensive weapons. In consequence of which, all the shops and warehouses were immediately closed.—• But in about ail hour the alarm subsided, by proof of the falsehood of the report', antl the shops and warehouses were re- opened." The Blackburn Mail, erf Wednesday'has the followijtg paragraph, and we are happy to say, it agrees with our own letters from Manchester of the 18th : — " WFIUNBSDAY MORRFTIFG, YJTFII O'CLOCK. " It is with pleasure we announce, oti the veracity of a gentleman who has just arrived here bv the main coach, tlilit the town of Manchester ia now in a'"' tranquil state. We doubt not, every friclid of good Order will rejoice oh hearing this account." FAs there is an eager spirit of misrepresentation at work in some ' ofthe Ixindrtii Journals; with'respect to the real character of the traiisactiftiw which tool placc o. i . Monday, wfe: think it deiiralWitd''| ii'l'I1etfery account of them wideh msvtehd to of these liberals. W ® , therefore^ « iihjtWS!' fh't! following particulars from the Liverpool Courier ofWSJhStfafy last. j FC'U- RTTFICR P A R T I C U L A R S. . ".'- In tultUtioa to the foregoing" accoiruts, we have received the following particulars from a gentleman who was on ttfa'c sprit during the whole bF ' the proceedings, aud tippn whose veracity our, readers tnriv depend. •.',- AftTSER T H K KTOT A C T 11 A D B E E S HEAD by one of ttie Magistrates, and ' the disposition for disturbance had been considerably augmented by the inflammatory and seditious harangue of the Chairman, in which, noiotvgst < 5theK't1iitigs, ho directed his auditors.:-' - to beep itlfeifidel^ tea ' iri - a close body; should th<^ t - observe a person approaching whom they looke^ r- npon to make way for him, and admit hiin to the hustings ; if thev considered hiin an eilcvtyi toput'him fradeF'tfiSFfcet, and to keep tiim there ;' tiieiMauehie^ ei* ' cavalrv ' led into the square in'the ' best style- imaginable ; and their' conduct, oti this jofeasion, appeared governed, • with much hum,-, nc foriH& cwep. . Thw-.- jV4Wr « wder « i' . itnmediafe} vv to stir-., rpwid'the uud> j;.- a5-- the- y-- tij^ proacliedj- t'iB'- hat- it'f; the orator, winch was, t>. few moments before, waved ft, the Sir as a signal of triumph, fell from his fund, as if he had bpen paralyzed with the infest deadly few. The caps of liberty, and the standards of sedition, wera instantly torn down, and the confusion created was almost beyond description ; hats, clubs, shoes, baiKlkerchitjfs, ruxl instruments of music, lay scattered mid ' broken in every direction. The orator ami his party were carried before the Magistrates, and, whtn in their presence, letMyed, the most abject cowardice ami dismay ; every limb trebbled, and his voice, which, a i'pv motneuts, before might be, heard from the hustings to, the most disuuit jmrt o f l l ie stpiare, appeared scarcely equal to the task of imploring fyfgivaness. ' f r om thence he was, committed to tlie° Xew Bailey, and, o. n l^ ingtrouglu up for examination on morning of yesterday, was again remanded until Fodav next; on which day, if we niuy'gi. ve credit to the preetiiiiugopiiiioiis oi'ihc most temperate men in Manchester, k is expected that lie will be fully committed for ofliocw, n* t l- ailublc. " A dispojitioq for riot being manifested about W£- past seven in the evening, a n J a large assembly '^ pcrwrna having collected about the New Cross, mid deciolished Use windows of a Mr. Tate, and of a gentleman iu t l w W jiart of that street; the Riot Act was again read, and ibe im> b detired to disjH'rse, which they nut oulv declined t' » do, but attacked the, military stationed there'with brickbats ; ujioa which several shots were fired, aud four'Men severely wounded; one in the bead,' whose Lfc is . despaired of, A similar deposition w; vs mauifestud iu tbe ' MIMC quarter early yesterday ( Tuesday), ntoruiug, and siuukj violence offered to the military ; in consequence of which two other persons were also wotuided. At five o'clock Mi the afternoon all was tranquil in the town, and every precutition made ustj of by tlic Magistrates to j ^ i . i t w ; nor was it apprehended that any further - attempt would be made, to break tlw peace. At this hour holies we're t » - tcrtaincd that Mr. llulnie, who was wottuded i> « Mootkiy, might recover. Upon examining his. buck yesterday inurewig, it was discovered that lie lud received a wound from some sharp instrument which must lwve been mfUcted whilst he lay on the ground, after being knocked from hit horse. ' '.' '" ' " Tlie decided manner in which tlw Magistrates bare acted during this alarming crisis, aided as thev were by tte' effective assistance of tiie? Yeomanry and regulars wider UK; command of Colonel I . estrange, appears- to have completely sickened the majority of the Modem Reformers, many of whom, who, during the preceding week, tnatufested most inclination for outrage, have, since tlieir flight and return home, expressed their regret at having b w deluded into such an association,- and th^ ir full determination ticptr agait to expose themselves to such danger." " Courier OJfice, Wednesday Monti/ rg, 10 o Clock. AUwus tranquil ia Manchester this morning, and,- had been so during the preceding night, no further attempts having been made to disturb the peace-. uf iUK town : the shops and warehouses were agaia opened, wliich liad been closed during the early part of vcsterrhn-, in t i n - sequence of an expected attack bf ths- irritated nwbs from, the surrounding country districts," • E X T R A C T OF A L E T T E R FROM OUR COFHTDSFONB^ TR. " MANCIlfiSTER, TUESDAY EVENING, ftg/ U « ' Clock. " Tile account given in Aston i Mancheste r Exchange Herald is, I believe, the most correct account of the disturbance*. at this place vet published. From, frequent conversations with several of the most respectable arid intelligent gentlemen of this town, I have learned a few panrru lars. The black flag was inscrilxxl,' Equal Representation or Death ;'.' 0u unother,' Taxation without Representation is Uujust and Tyrauuical;' ' No Corn Laws,' & c. Hunt was accompanied in the barouche by Johnson, Knight, ami Moor! louse. The Riot Act w< is most certainly read ; but « . is erroneously stated that it was read an hour before the* arrest of Hunt, See. which was effected by a warrantgrairted, by information on oath. This was the authority upon which he was arrested. He and the other prisoners were yesterday ( Tuesday) brought before the Magistrate* when they were all remanded. Hunt applied for a copy of the warrant, a copy of which was forthwith. grunted to hiin. The Magistrates deserve the greatest praise for the excellent measures, they have, adopted for the. preservation of the peace: they were actively engaged from an early hour in the morning until v^ ry late at night. Their measures aeem to give the greatest, satisfaction to those, who are best capably of estimating them. Divisions of Infantry are placed ill several parts o f the town, whilst the Cavalry are patroling it in every direction.-- T he shop and house windows of one individual in Mozieystreet are all completely destroyed : this is the only, act of violence of which I was maift: acquainted. The accounts of killed and wounded are so very conflicting, especially of the latter, that I can scarcely give you any thing like a correct account of their number; but, from every thing J, - have heard, I should be inclined to believe not moire - l& Ml- r; five of the former, and certainly not more of ihp ksttcr' thanSO; several others received slight w'ouqdSr bribes, - & c. Several persons have, in die course of tlip day. l x ^ taken up and sent to the New Bailev. ... - ' " P. S. Ten o'clock— I am fearful several more nvaj will be lost, as the mob take every opportunity of nisiifting a wearied and exasperated soldiery." " From Adon's Exchange Herald. .. " SECOND EDITION. " ", Tuesday'Morning, Nine o'Clyek. " In our First Edition we bad trusted to what » e deemed a correct authority, and stated that sjx person* liad died in the Infirmary yesterday of their wounds : we" are happy to learti this morning that onlv one has " died : there; and timtthB. gcutleiiian, lielongiag to the Manchestes- Yeomanry Cavalry, who was thought dying, at four o'clock . yesterday, and- whose actual death was mentioned with ' confidence last night, has passed a comparatively goc- J ^ T a u i • r •" '" V MM* o'clockA if Vie ' Afl. rnou.' .- :''-# i » ss4otB.' d « ?# Miit; t!' tePk place vcsterdiiy at Mac f,! c, sfi.-- y. Thr mob proceeded to acts of violence,' an,] broke the windows of one of the Hotels, and committed various i other acts , of extreme outrage. Tho inhabitants armed themselves upon the spur of the moment, and secured fifty of the rioters. The Macclesfield squadron of the Cheshire Yeomanry left Manchester this morning at two o'clock ; and. several troops of dragoons have left Stockport for the same place. All was quiet at eleven o'clock this morning at Manchester." Tuesday morning Hunt underwent, a. private e y a m u i a - - tion, which was very short. In the course of it the Magistrates attempted to impress on him the folly as well as "-- rtiminality of his proceedings, but he replied only by insults, and by conduct totally inconsistent with the respect legally and constitutionally due to their station and office, - On being reconveyed to his cell by Mr. Nadin, lie addressed the grossest invectives to that Gentleman, and. impudently threatened, " tliat ' before a fortnight was over his head, he should suffer for the measures that had been taken." It is possible that this threat may have had reference t o certain vague hopes in his own yiind of a rescue ; for that his followers have contemplated some such wild rchema, is tolerably certain. On Tuesday afternoon, a large body were seen drilling at about a mile from Middleton, sonic with pikes, and others with scythes, See. affixed to the end of huge sticks. They were heard to say bv an individual who was casually passing to Manchester, " We shau't come unprepared as we did before — " We shall be ready for thciri shortly," and similar expressions. Various other circumstances occurred to induce » general belief, that they meditated an attack on Manchester, in order to rescue their Leader the New Bailey, where, however, lie is likely to lie very safelv, at leak till this day, which was the time fixed fo* bringing him up for re- examination, after the Coroner sl'mll have held his Inquests oh the bodies of the persons killed in the riot, Of which Hunt wiis, without , doubt, the hriticijial cause; In tjie town of Manchester, thinfs remained tolerably • Juiet throughout Tuesday, and down to the date of the latest advices on Wednesday. Indeed on the former day, one of the Cheshire Yeomany was shot at in the town; but the greatest dutrage was committed about a mile <> ut of the town ch a person belonging to the- Police, who beiti£ recognised by the mob, was beaten most dreadfelly by tlicux with a poker. He contrived to extricate himself from tlifc'm, arid retreated into an ajiothecaty shop, whore tliey followed hup, first breaking the door open arid smashing Several of the windows, and dragged liim into the rdad, where they stoned him, and left Film for dead. He was tarried to the Infirmary with no signs oflife. Fortunately, the whole transaction was Seen bv two very intelligent girls, 6y the assistance of whose testimony there is rio doubt tile delinquciitj will lie brought to j u s t i c e^ - The greatest evils, however, are to lie apprehended from tho populace in the towns near Manchester. At AsJiton, oii Monthly night, they drove out the few military stationed the*-. At Macclesfield, tliey endeavoured to get possession of the iihrts, under the care of six or eight soldiers at tlie gudrd- hbusei At Stockport, tliey were drawn iip in array rigairist the soldiers, and threatened a battle. Meanwhile fires were lighted by tiie Reformers as signals to each Other on all tlie silrrounitirig lulls, rockets were thrown up, and Other means evidently adopted with a view to general insurrection. f yesterday, the spirit and promptitude of action 50 admirably displayed by the Yeomanrv Cavalry, was accompanied hy a temper and forbearance whiek have wen spoken of by persons of all parties in terms of admiration" These. Gentlemen had not then heftrd of the opiiirons of the liberal parly in London, wlio have eohie to a resolution that nothing shall be believed upon the' subject; but what thev say themselves, nnd they hope, by the aid of stout assertions, to be able fo dispense with facts. They will find themselves deceived. It is a stale trick, to trv and impugn the credibility of a witness when you cannot disprove his evidence. , The! Reformers tliemselves, we learn, are as little satisfied with the treatment thev received on Monday as their friends here are. According to one of the accounts, many of those who, during thi preceding week manifested most inclination for outrage," have, since their flight anil return home, expressed their regret at having been deluded into such an association, and their full determination, never again to expose themselves to sneh danger. Here, then, we have another of those beneficial consequences which every rational man anticipated from the painful necessity of Monday's proceedings. The projects of the 13 Reformers had gone 011, from orie audacity to another, till Jt was no longer practicable to repel them with the parchment of the Constitution. Whilb the Government stood upon foriiis aiid cerenioriies, tliie enetirv would have undermined tha. fabric; The c o u n t r y would have been like that King of SrAtS: who was roasted nearly to death, because etiquette Mquiifel a. Particular Officer of State to remove his Mivjctt /' s cliai'ryand he happened to be out of the, way heen be ti/ ianguage adopted, had the services of the ¥ 0- mnnry h/ en superseded by those of the regulars. With^ espeet to the events themselves, which have cceurrel ' at Manchester, much as we deplore them, we cannot see any thing to condemn. Lives have, indeed, unfortunately been lost, and grievous bodily injuries sustained : but we are convinced, that lives must have been lost, in a more than tenfold, proportion, before the desperate agitators who were at work, could have been effectually deterred. We do not believe it was in the course of human events, to esrape a crisis, and every week's delay, multiplied the probabilities of its being accompanied with circumstances of the most calamitous kind. That which has . now taken place, though unforeseen, and unpremedi-. tated, will, we have the strongest reason to believe, save us from any future one. The evil, therefore, will not be Without its good. The good, iiideed, is already begin? rting to matirfest itself. Manuhblter remains quiet; the neighbouring district appear td lies returning to the same state; and of the thousands who attended the meeting on Monday, few, we suspect, will'be inclined to be present, should any attempts be made, which we think very unlikely, to convene similar meetings. Thev, who are far removed frotu'the scene, may estimate this lightly ; but the inhabitants of- Manchester and its neighbourhood, who have been for'months, the victims of'the most distressing tumults and alarms, will entertain a very different, feeliffg upon the subject. A Dutch Mai! has arrived this morning. The only intelligence it furnishes is a transcript of a Proclamation, dated Batavia, Jan. 1st, issued by the Commissiohers- Geiieriw for Dutch India, fory the alleged purpose of protecting the native Islanders of Java from the deception* to MCGREGOR'S FLIGHT from PORTO. BELL 0, The following is a copy o' a letter from General IIore to a friend at Kingston, Jamaica, detailing the operations of the troops under his command ou the above 1 occasion : - - - . - . - • • " Porto Ilello, May J, 1819. " Esteems)), Fair^ i),—- I, wri ta you a i'ew lines to inform you, that on- the 30th nit. 1 attacked M'Gregor nt six in- the morning, and surprised h i m ; but he was so fortunate a s t o escape, by leaping out o f . a window p f t h e Government Ilitusp tij^ uty, feet high. Tha iudi, « r^' t adventurers who. followed him were all cither killed or. tajfen- prisoners, ahd all their baggage fell into our- hands. I luive scventy office rs and three hundred - soldiers prisoners, under my power, wh, o I have ordered to be. marched to Panama, and about one hundred men were left killed in. the field of battle. " ' I h e -—— General, M'Gregor. who is a better mountebank leaper than a military mail, instead of taking refuge in a fort to defend himself, abandoned hi., people and fled 011 board of a vessel, rather bruised- from his, leap.. This has been the disastrous end of the descanted expedition, which for a moment obtained a small advantage, to be afterwards entirely destroyed; and. that happen - ed because there was a cowardly Governor there, who abandoned the place without firing a shot, which shall not be the case in future. .0.1' .-•.-- i- i •-,, , -,- j; :..." Notwithstanding the terrible lire qf grape IUKI musketry, we have had a very small loss in retaking this interesting place,; buc 1 assure you the said M'Gregor has made me undergo more fatigue and> ouble than he is worth j for I have had ty march ten days on foot, traversing rivets and mountains, and I of course stand in need of rest. « I set out for Chagres, this night, in tin; ship that Carrie? this letter, and afterwards I shall forthwith return to Panama, to give rest to those gallant fellows w h o have behaved so w ell. " I remain, u : , " ALEX. 11QRE." NA VAL INTELLIGENCE. M A I L S Arrived,— 1 Holland, 1 Uubjin, I Waterford. PRICE OK STOCKS THlS l U f AT ONE. a Hank Stock 3 perCt. Red. T a l ji 3 pert'- t. Cons. 71JSJ 3J; per Cent. 81 i j 4 per Cents. 91 Ji il'por Ct3. 104J 105 India Stock « 19 220 India Bonds 17 18.18 pm. E i . Bills ( 2< 1) par 2 pm Loiif Aim. 19 5- 16 i Omnium 4? 5 4 | pm Cons, for Ac. 71J 72 71J The Paris ,| oiiqi2ls of" Tuesday la> t, have arrived this morning. They contain two days'. intelligence ; nolle having been published on Sunday, on account of the festival of the Assumption. Marshal SOL'I. T, who recently returned to France from Brussels, was admitted to a private audience v. it| i the K I N G , on the lGih instant. Tlie following hrc extracts !— " PARIS, AUG. 17 " The G¥ and Master of the Ceremonies has officially commttnicayd fo the' Duke do RICHELIEU tluit the KiSa his'appointed Iiiiii one of the witnesses to be. jirc : sent at the delivery of her Roval Highness the Puehess de BERRU " i t is thtJught that tlie Diplomatic Assembly at Carlsbad i'S Only fiir preliminary conferences; the great political questions will be treated in a more decisive manner at the meeting of the Sovereigns at Warsaw.— La Quotidieime " Intelligence from Lyons states, that the journeymen hatters, who had combined against the manufacturers to enhance the rates of certain parts of the manufacture, hare returned to their duty and resumed their occupation, conformably to the exhortations of the Local'Magistracy " On Friday last, three of the Body Guard, presented themselves at tiie Offiiee of a Periodical . Publication, en titled The Rcnommcc, to require an explanation relative to the insertion of a reefht'decision' of the Court of Dijon, which they alleged to be offensive. It was replied to: them that the article in question had been extracted from the Journal' of the Department xif the Cote tT Or. Thi answer being received with dissatisfaction, M . de REINZY, the Gentleman who extracted the report in question, signified, that he was prepared for a personal meeting Accordingly, next morning he repaired to the appointed rendcrvons, accompanied by two of his brother Editors ; they found there three Body Guards, two of whom acted as seconds to their companion. After slightly woundin, his adversary, M . de REINZI received a very serious wound; it is, however, hoped that it will not prove mortal." FRENCH FUNDS, ADO. 16. Five per Cents. 7 l f . 35c.— Bank Stock, 1427f. JCc. which it is supposed thev are liable; from the imperfection ot thei* intellectual faculties, in their dealings with others. This is, at least, a novel instance of protection on the part of' a government,- and, to say the least, an extremely suspicious one. The Citvyas kept in a great state of alarm last nio liV repeated rumours of lire ht, THE COURIER. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20. Our accounts from Manchester, find its neighbourhood, received this morning, are, comparatively, of a very satisfactory description. They represent that town to be perfectly peaceable, and, which is still better, Without any appearance of any fresh disturbance. Wc hope, mbst unf e i g n e d l y , that this prospect of continuing tranquillity will settle into permanent quiet, and that England, reposing as she is in the majesty of her greatness, after having delivered the nations of Europe from the thraldom of revolutionary doctrines, will no longer be the victim of domestic traitors, who would immolate upon the altar- of their own despicable passions, those cu- il and political institutions • which are at once the wonder and tho envy of tTie world. The intelligence in our preceding columns is valuable too, upon other accounts. The Morning Chronicle, indeed, says that no accounts are to be relied upon except those which it publishes, » ir such as it would be willing to publish, and it proceeds to establish this superior accuracy of information by stating, upon the authority of a gentleman of " intelligence and respectability" who leftManchcster on Wednesday, " that the Riot Act was not read on Monday," and that " ho did not see in the hands of the mob, a single bludgeon, or other weapon." To this inforrtiation we can only say, in the language of Dominic Sampson, " Prodigious 1" It will be seen, by our extracts frotn the Liverpool Courier, on the contrary,' that the Riot Act was read, and this assertion, ( corroborated by the bye, bv all the accounts, from all quarters, iavc and except the Correspondent of the Meriting Chronicle.), equally rests upon the authority " of a Gentleman who was upon the spot during the whole of the proceedings, and upon whose vcra b: of their Councils with whom the adjournment, if true, has originated. A Morning Paper informs us, that Woor. KR and liis associates are to hold a Meeting to- morrow to echo tin sentiments, of the Morning Chronicle and Times, upon the conduct, of the Magistrates and Yeomanry on Monday last at Manchester. The cause is quite deserving of such c6adj » W » 8. The"' Mowing notice has been issued. We hope the Papers in question will give a full account of what passes in so respectable an assembly. . " A public meeting will be held at tbe Crown and Anchor Tavern, Strand, ou Saturday, the 21st inst., to express. the opinion of the British public, upon the recent conduct' of Hie Yeomanry Cavalry and tlie Magistrates in dispersing tho Miitichesfsr Meeting for Ref'ofm. " i'he Chair to be tal; en at 12 o'clock." . 0 n Wednesday her Royal Highness Princess Au- Q. JJST.^; accompanied by the Duchess of GLOUCESTER, paid a visit to the Duchess of YORK at Oatlands, where her Royal Visitors partook of an early dinner, and afterwards returned to the Castle. On Wednesday Princess SOPHIA, attended by Miss DESUROW, took an airing in Windsor Great Park, On Monday her Iloyal Highness Princess AUGUSTA, accompanied by the Duchess of GLOUCESTER, took an airing to Kew Palace, viewed the improvements in the gardens, and afterwards returned to the Castle at Windso, to dinner. T H E ENGLISH O P E R A — A new Musical Drama, entitled The Brown Man, was performed at this Theatre last night, for the first time. Its reception was doubtful, but it would certainly have been decisive, had not the admirable acting of D o w r o s ( the Brown Man), Miss KELLY, and WRENCH, with the charming singing of Miss C A - UE\ V, suspended the judicial sentence of the audience. One incident, alone, in our opinion, ought to have banished it from the stage. An attempt at assassination is committed, liv Munfrcdi ( T. P . COOKE} and his guilt is discovered by Bernardo, ( The Brown Man) who gives him a pistol to commit suicide, as the means of escaping an ignominious death 1 He not only gives him the pistol, indeed, but incites him bv taunts and reproaches to use it. The mora! feelings of the audience were so outraged by this incident, that loud hisses were heard from every part of the thefitre. The piece was given out for repetition bv DOWTON, amid much tumult and'disapprobation WORCESTER A U X I L I A R Y I3IBLE SOCIETY The sixth Anniversary Meeting of this Society took place to- day at the Guildhall, the High Sheriff of the Countv ( JOIIN JEFFERYS, Esq.) in the Chair. We learn from the Report, that during the last year there were issued 409 Bibles and ' 258 Testaments; and that since the establishment of the Institution- 3,882 Bibles and 2,680 Testaments have been issued •: the subscriptions and donations during the last year amounted to 2( i8/, l i s . 8d.; and 129/. 17s. Id. was received for Bibles and Testaments. The following concluding passage of the Report will be read with much satisfaction:—" Your Committee have viewed with feelings of regret and abhorrence the open attempts which have recently been made in the metropolis and other parts of the kingdom to revive \ voi* ks hostile to the inspired volume; those attempts appearto them a farther call for exertion, as it is the indispensable duty of every Christian to labour to counteract the effects of the poison bv the application of the antidote. At a time when the. enemies of the Bible are thus openly endeavouring to overthrow its sacred truths— at a time wlien associations are forming in various parts of the. kingdom for the purpose of exciting discontent, to the introduction of general anarchv, confusion, aiUrf licentiousness— it is peculiarly gratifying to your Committee to hail the progress of an Association, whose object is to aid in promoting the diffusion of universal happiness, - by the dissemination at home as well as abroad of that sacred book, w hich, while it gives ' Glory to God in the highest,' proclaims on earth f Peace, good- will towa: ds men,'— which, while it inculcates as the first great duty ths fear of God, enjoins submission to tha civil authoritv, and commands us also to honour the King." D E A L , AUG. 19.— Wind N. E.— Pawed by the back of the Goodwin Sands the, Amelia, from Rotterdam for New York. Arrived aqcUaiied for the River, tlie V e n u s, Mattison, from the South Seas. , PORTSMOUTH, AUG, . J . 9 . — W i n d E . N . f i Sailed the Alexander, Surflen, for the Isle of France. PLYMOUTH, AUG. 18, ™ Wind E.— Ari- iyid the Defence transport', from London, with seamen for his Majesty's ship Superb ; and the Margaret, Wildgoose, for Iriuce Edward s Island) On 31st July, in lat. 45. 35. long. 5 1 . 1 8 . spoke the Constantia, from Plymouth, with passengers; on 13th iust., in lat. 49; 47. long. 12. 50., spoke tho Men- ji, from Cardiff tu Quebec,, with passengers. FALMOUTH, AUG. 1 7 . — A r r i v e d off this port the Jane, Donaldson, from Miraniiehi for Dartmouth, out28 days; spoke off Cape St. Mary the Margaret, Croo'k, from Dublin'for Qiielsec; with passengers, out seven weeks; andr off Scilly, the Garland, from Demarara, COWES,• A tic! 19.— Arrived the Three Brothers, Spa id, from Lisbon ; she passed the Royal yacht and squadron, at ten o'clofclt yesterday, off St. Albans Ik- ad, carrying a press of sail, bound to Plymouth. LIVERPOOL, AUG. 18 Arrived off this port, the Ladv Forbes, from Greenland, with 13 fish. ABERDEEN, AUG. 16.— Arrived the Dee, Brown; from Greenland, with seven fish. HUT. L, AUG. 18— Arrived the Leviathan, Kitch'iugman, from Davis's Straits, with 15 fish, 460 butts ; and Pcr.- eVcraiii; c, from Greenland, with, three fish and 90 biitts. . WHITBY, AiiOi 18— Arrived the Mars, JohtlsOn, fciHi Greenland, with fivii fish and ' 25 tuns; GENERAL MOORE'S MONUMENTi Yesterday, the workmen finished the erection, in Georges- square, of the Monument of LietithuUnt- Genrral Sir John Mc< ore, K. B. on which is tlie following inscription :—- TO COMMEMORATE THE MILITARY SERVICES OK LIEUTENANT- GENERAL SIR JOIIM MO^ ITE, R, B. N A T I V E OF GLASGOW, HIS FELLOW- CITIZENS HAVE ERECTED THIS MONUMENT. 1 8 1 9 ; The Monument is an fcrect bronze Statue, seven feet high, upon a pedestal of Aberdeen granite of about ten feet; it has a grand appearance, and is placcd on the south side of the square, a few feet from the railing fronting Millerstreet. The statue is chiefly made from brass cannon; the whole cost between three and four thousand pounds. The weight of t. ie statue is said to be about three tons, and that of til . d - : 1 ten.— Glasgow Courier. The Count CAPO D'ISTRIA was yesterday visited at Mivart's Hotel by their Excellencies the PERSIAN, FRENCH, T U R K I S H , R U S S I A N , and S A R D I N I A N AMBASSADORS; also by the Earl of LIVERPOOL, Lord CASTLEREAGII, and the Earl of HARDWICKE. Letters from Genoa, dated 7th instant, mention that it v- ni reported at Constantinople on the 5th ult. that tiie Sa Niccolo, Capt. CANNKVARO, under the Russian tfag, which sailed front Genoa on the 7tll June for Odessa, had been sunk by a pirate in the Archipelago, and the crew murdered. CORN- EXCHANGE, AUG. 20 Our supply of Wheat this week has been very small, vet the demand being trifling the trade continues heavy, although fine samples support Monday's priccs. Fine Barley sold full as well as on Monday, but tho inferior qualities are Is. per qua er lower. Oats arq Is. per quarter chciqier, and dull sale at that dccline. In other articles there is no alteration. SMITHFIF. I. D MARKET, AUG. 2 0 There being a good supply of all kind of cattle at market this morning, t ie prices are much the same as last Monday's market. Lamb is somewhat dearer than last market prices. The Hay- market is heavy at Monday's prices. EXECUTION.— On Friday last, Edward JVrigkt, for a highway robbery at Epping, John and Joseph Merrington, ( brothers,) for a burglary at West Till. urv, and John Tubbs, for a burglary at Birchquger, were executed at Chelmsford, pursuant to their sentence at the last Assizes. As usual, a great number of persons, of both sexes and of all ages, witnessed the awful and aiilicting scene; ail of whom, we sincerely hope, will profit b.- the melancholy fate of the prisoners. On ascending the fatal platform, the two brothers embraced in the most affectionate manner, supporting each other until the necessary proceedings obliged them to be separated. Such a scene must, at all times, be truly afflicting, even to those who are impressed with the necessity of such all example. W R I G H T and T U B B S , who shewed least penitence immediately after condemnation-, Ix- came at the last more sensible pf their situation: T U B B S , in particular, on the rope being placed round his neck, was much agitated, and earnestly exhorted those who witnessed his situation, by St contrary line of conduct to that which he had pursued, to avoid a similar fate BAYFORD, the prisoner who was also condemned to die at the same time, is respited for fourteen days. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. jFROM THE CAPE TOWtf GAZETTE OF MAY 15.) " Advices have been received from tiie frontier up to • the 3d of May inclusive, from which we learn, that Lieut.- Colonel Wiltshire's preparations have been considerably retarded by tiie measures necessary for preventing tbe spread of the horse sickness, which had appeared as usual at tlie season of tlie year which precedes the frosts. Its virulence had, however, began to subside, and the evil had, up to the ]> eriod mentioned, been chiefly felt among the horses from Swelleudam; these had suffered severely. " On the 22d of last month, the Gaffers, about 1 0 , 0 0 0 in number, attempted to surprise Graham's Town. They seem to have been perfectly aware of the small force stationed there, the garrison ( consisting of the Light Company 38th lloval African Corps, and a proportion of • tbe CaJ> e Corps, and five field pieces}, not exceeding 320 • men, and the " only force in Cavalry being part of the Colonial Troop. When the enemy first appeared, Lieut.* Colonel Wiltshire was absent inspecting the troop at some djstrince'from the town, but the necessary dispositions for repulsing him were ably made by Capt. Trappes, of the 7' ill regiment, who was the next Officer in seniority. As soon as Lieut.- Col. Wiltshire received intelligence of the enemy's movement, he put iiinWelf at the head, of the Colonial troop to reconnoitre, and finding the Coffers pressing on with great rapidity, he lost no time in rejoining the garrison, and formed his line upon an oniinciice iu front of the town, • detaching about 60 men for the defence of the barracks, which are situated about 3000 paces from it. The Caflers halted upon the heights to organise their arrangements for tile attack, which appears to have been very systematically and judiciously made ; they advanced in tnree masses, having besides a large- body iu the valley vni'j. ili separates Graham's Town from'Blue Krans, where thrbtirghers of the George district, under Commandant Botha, vfefc posted, apparently to prevent relief coming fraa » that quarter ; one of" the masses advanced against the Barracks, while the other two marched upon the town. Thair movement was simultaneous, and by signal, several slsW- fewing- Jbtfen fired as such from a commanding eutijien'ee, whirij ' thevmoved forward with - that rapidity which characterises the.-. Caffer charge, shouting with an appalling: yell '; they were, lowever,. cheeked by the ftrtnuess, of Lieutenant- Colonel Wiltshire and his sniall band, who, when' the enemy, Was within thirty- five paces of him, opened a most - destructive fire of artillery and musketry, and brought the two columns to a dead- stand; our heroes cheered in their turn, and advanced, which caused the Calfbrs to retreat with- a rapidity equal to that which they had shewn ou the advance. Meauwhile the column, which had been directed against the barracks, seemed more desperate ; but the judicious firmness and bravery of Lieutenant Cartwright ( Royal African Corps) and the men of Lb . small detachment, who defended them, und who kept up. a well- directed fire against the assailants, at length suc- < xede « j in. breaking the spirit and disappointing the hopes, of this strong column; they retreated with precipitation, leaning the ground covered with their slain. It has been . ascertained, that not less than 500 Gaffers have been sacrificed to the temerity of their Chiefs on this memorable • day; besides' the numbers which must proportionally'have- Jseen wounded, and who will carry to their country lit)-; gering marks of their rashness. It is impossible not to join iu the admiration Lieut.- Colonel Wiltshire expresses of the bravery and steadiness of every officer and uian of Jus little band. " It is beyond a doubt that the enemy obtained his information, with respect to the force at Graham's Town, front Henri!; Nootka, Goika's interpreter, who was at • Graham' 3 Town at the moment of the attack, and who went over to the enemy during the conflict. This traitor, however, met the Pate he deserved, for he fell into our hands during the engagement, and had his brains blown out by the exasperated soldiery. Tho scene of the engagement was covered with Coffer shields and assagays, - which ihey- Jwd thrown in great numbers, but they do not lance them with precision when opposed to the fire of musketry, fot- it, appears, that our loss is confined to three lttjfeif and five wounded. " Notwithstanding the position which the Carters had taken to cut off' the communication Vyitli Blue Krans, Liettf.- Ctflon'el Wiltshire contrived-- to send to Comman- . uan't Botha, in order to his charging the'Caffer columns in tie; tear, or upon their retreat ; but,, unfortunately, the Cpajmaii jant had sent the greatest part of his detachment on patrok in another direction, and was thereby unable to gratifjK'Bis own wishes-, and that of his people, in contri jLiuisg to the o'verthroty of the enemy '; but the itnpressioi this gallant jittie . allitii-' lias'iiiade upon him is best appreciated by the circumstances of a detachment of an officer " aa'. i tcveniy l. ieit'Having. fallen in with the retreating coitr'r. iis, the chiefs of wjiich urged their men to attack it, v. Wieii tiitt- Caflers declitied'doing. * Everyday Maria'tile loss the colony, has sustained by the unfortunate circumstances which occasioned the inoyal of the Dragoon Regiment so long stationed here, which alone, by the rapidity of its movements, had it in its power to follow these savages, and to check the " inroads witi& k have been so frequent since its departure,, " Wty have been gratified in learning, that the Cape District Commando. arrived at its position,. at Roode• Wat,- oa ttie'S& th, in great spirits and excellent order,, not liav a I J T O B 011 its long march. The Stelleubdseh Commando had'passed the Laiige Kloof, aiid must have reached Lfiteuhage about the same time';- this division has suffered much on the march, hojA hi Horses and cattle, and - will- require considerable time to rest- at Uitenhage, before a eaa proceed to the frontie'i'." - and made so much water, that she was run on sh. Ve on Yarmouth Beach 1 cargo discharging.' '•?•" ' PLYMOUTH, ACQ. 17 — Arri'ved. the William an V/ Henry, Cole, from St. KiU's for . London, in 64 days, having lo'^ t her.. rudder 50 days since ; in heating intoCatwatershe struck on t sand hank, but got ofi'again. Also, arrived the Pursuit, Rutluiford, from Riga, aud Friends, Robinson, from Memel. HARWICH, Aug. 18.— Arrived the Caxtlereagh packet, from Cuxhaven. Sailed the Auckland packet, for Cuxhaven; and Prince of Orange packet, for Holland; all with mails. DEAL, ACQ. ia.— Wind N . E Arrived and sailed for the River, the Paragon, Hyde, from Grenada.— Passed by the Me » - tor, Reyter, from Bremen, for Baltimore; she reports the loss of an American brig ou the 8th inst. in the Weser.— Came down from the River and sailed the Essex, Malum, for Bengal; Citiciniiatus, Griswold, for New York; and John, Tankersley, for the Mediterranean . Passed by the back of the Goodwin Sands, the Patterson, Pe^ ree, from Providence, Rhode tslaud; ami the Frederick, from Cadiz to Copenhagen. MR. AND MRS. STENT. Although very strongly urtject and recommended hy her friends to delay her interview with her husband, uutil they were each recovered from the agitation of the long aud affecting examination of Wednesday, sucb. was the ausiety of Mrs. Sterjt to see him, that she could not be persuaded to defer her visit, but would stop at the Compter ou her return from the Justice- room to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Mr. ' league, the Governor of the Compter, having no intimation of her Visit, was ' from homo at the time, and Mrs. Stent was obliged to wait patiently iu his apartments till his return, as hone of the officers felt themselves warranted to allow of the interview without his permission. On his return, at four o'clock, he readily complied with her vejuest, but with the condition that the interview took place iii his presence, and that her husband consented to the meeting. Mr. Stent was accordingly informed of his wife's desire to see him, and replied he had no'objection, but wished that some friends- he had with him should alio be present. Mr. Teaguo then shbwed MVs. Stent and her sister into the Coulmittee- room, where her husbaud and iiis friends were also immediately introduced. Ou his entrance she seized his hand, kissed him very affectionately, and inquired, with great apparent eagerness, after his health, and how life had borne his confinement. He replied to her with kindness and affability, but seemed carefully to avoid any tiling like the appearance of returning affection. The struggle with himself was evidently great, while, she pressed, his hand and moistened it with her tears. After some further conversation, In which she informed him she had been nlueb fatigued in the Hospital by tliekiudnesS of numerous friends, and the visits of other persons trom curiosity, anil that she meant to go home to her, father's to- morrow ( yesterday) ; she asked his permission to see him again, to which he relied he had no objection. She then again kissed him aiid took her leave. By nine o'clock yesterday morning she was at tho Compter, and again saw her husband, in the presence of Mr. Teague; the interview was short, and at her departure she obtained his consent to see her again. At neither of these visits has Mrs. Stent ventured the slightest allusion to her' own misconduct, or her husband's severity; . she seems well aware that lie is as vet too much irritated against her; and wishes to accustom him to the sight of her without resentment. NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Ilk Majesty's ship, Sophie,, C; ipt'ain Sir W . S, W I S E MAN, Bait., sailed { join the Cape- of Good Hope- on the * f( klVcfr May., for St. Heletvjj. ir. tr.-' Majesty's ship Minder., Captain W M . P A T T E R, son, ifiiiyeii' at Botitliay, on the 26th- of March, from TtisicamitWe. - i; J.;..; Msijcsty's ship Bacchus, Capt. J . W . P A R K F . N « 4i'ia. ftj8ip Bombay on the 23d March, for , Mocha. The•• jSurdm, S'ar, and Absentee transports, arrived at Hiil'lix., on the 2Tih and 23th yf June, from St. John's, .' « .'}. O11 the Oth of July the btter sailed for Ports ir i ' th ^ and 011 tlie. 9th the two former for St. ' John's Newfoundland. fits Majesty's shipBettettc, Captain. P. ECHELL, arrived at Halifax 6i\ tiie 8th ult., in seveij days, ft- oui, Bermuda, and sailed again on the 16th, for a cruize. Tiie Grace! packpt arrived at Halifax, 011 the 15th nit tajHsi, ' ? i' « n » Fulrtiottth, with the May mail. FotrtioiiiH. A'vs' IS.— Wind variable Arrived the Redder Darre, Ludvlgsen, from LoHgSoubd, Sailed - the Bidcfotd, Ma; Donald,' lor' Barbaitoe; s ; and Marquess of Queeniberry pack. et with fe mail' for tbe Brarirs. • YAUMOUTH, AUG. I B— The Aire, Pymati, from' Dautatick,' for London, with wheat, struck on Scraby Saad yesterday moraine SALES OF ESTATES. To b e / S O L D peremptorily to the best Ritlder, before ABEL Mo VSEY, £ sq. the Deputy Remembrancer of the Court Of 55xehe< » . ier, at his Chambers in the Exchequer- office, in the Inner Temple, London, TO- MORROW , the 21st day of August, inst.,' lit Twelve o'Clock at Noon, pursuant to an Order made by the said Court, in a Matter between our Sovereign Lord the King and William Mew, the younger, by Writ of Extent, AFREEHOLD ESTATE, consisting of a valuable Messuage or Tavern, with the Out- hoiises, Yard, and Appurtenances, called the L A M B P U B U C - H O U S E , situate at the corner o f the Beast Market and of tho High- street, in the centre of the town of Newport, in the Isle of Wight, lately in the occupation of the said William Mew, the younger, subject to the estate for life of William Mew, the elder, now aged about 61 years, therein and subject also to certain mortgages and incumbrance!!, which arc specified in the particulars for sale of tiie said Estate. Such particulars to be had ( gratis) in London, at the Chambers of the said Deputy Remembrancer, ill the Inner Temple; aud of Mr. Carr, Johu- street, Bedford- row j at Newport, of Messrs, Clarke, Sewell, and Ilearn; and at the principal luus at Ryde, Cowes, Yarmouth, Portsea, and Southampton. K E N T BOUGHTON M O U N T E S T A T E To be S O L D by A U C T I O N , by C A R T E R and M O R R I S „ « u FRIDAY, the 27th August, ot ihe Auction Mart, at 12 o'Clock, ALL that Valuable and Important FREEHOLD E S T A T E , called B O U G H T O N MOUNT, situate in a most picturesque and beautiful part of the parishes of Boughton, MouchaLseu aud Loose, consisting of a Mansion House and Grounds, with Coach- house, Stables, Barns, Oast- house, Lodgos, and every necessary Outbuilding, seven Cottages, and about 212 Acres of most valuable Hop, Orchard, Meadow, Arable, Pasture, and Woodland, lying well together, in a very high state of cultivation, being in one of the most productive and valuable parts of the County of Kent, about two miles from Maidstone. ' llie Stile of this Estate offers a piu ehase, in point of situation and value of land, rarely to- be met with; the whole is Luid Tax redeemed ; and possession will be given at Michaelmas next. The Estate may lie viewed upon application to Mr. James Hart, Houghton ; and printed particulars, with engraved plans, and couditionl of sale, mav be had on application to G. 1'. Douce, Esq. Solicitor, 5, Saclctillo- sfreet, Piccadilly; at the Auctiau Mart; 6f James Solhy, Esq. Solicitor, West Mailing; or of the Auctioneer, Maidstone. • V A U X H A L L G A R D E N S will probably close in the ensiling week. We would advise, therefore, an early visit to those gay groupes who have not yet repaired to that enchanting spot, " W here dimpled Mirth and sky- born Melody Beauty and fashion lead, with dancing st « p. Thro' blazing. colonnade and alley green." The Duke of C L A R E N C E ' S birth- day will be celebrated on Monday, aud a few more Evenings, being a most successful Seasen to its brilliant termination., GUILDHALL.—- The Stewards of- the Benefit Club, denominated " The- Fair Prospect Society," held at the Swan and Sugar- loaf, Fetter- lane, appeared on summons yesterday before the Aldermeu J. JV- SMITH and ROTHWKI. L, to shew cause why they refused fo pay t^ e regular weekly allowance of twelve shillings to James Attains, a member, who was sick and, had declared upon the box in due i'orni :— The Stewards said, the Society « fere well convinced af the justice, of Adams's claim; they knew he was almost eoUNtantly afflicted with the rheumatic gout, and did not oppose liiru on any suspicion of imposition ; but they conceived he was acting unfairly by the Society. He had been upou the box, 011 and oft, for 14 months last past, in whiell time he had received from the Society 4.'/. 14s. By the seventh article of their laws, when a mouther remained upon the box for 12 months successively, he became superannuated, his payments to the Society ceased, aud he was allowed a pension of five shillings weekly, with liberty to work at bis trade, provided his earnings did not exceed eight shillings per week. In order, however, to avoid being superannuated, Ailams. though still afflicted, had, within the fourteen months, declared off the box several times for a few days, and then declared on again ; he had been oironce for four days, twice for a week, and the lust time for nine days. O11 his declaring oil' the last time, the Society had thought it right to have him examined by a Medical'Gentleman, Mr. Lewis, Stvgeon, 173, llishopgate- street, who certified that u respite from labour was most desirable for him, as any severe exertion would occasion his relapse. He now applied to be pat 011 the box again ; they had 110 wish to deal harshly with him, and expel hiin for the attempted imposition, al) they contended for was that he should toe- superannuated. On the part of the complainant it was urged, that when ho last declared ulf the box he was sufficiently well to work, and that he had worked at his business gf a bricklayer, by which he could earn seven shillings per day, during tbe interval he had 30 been off the box, - and that it was liot likely he would - apply for twelve shillings par week if lie was able to work, and earn Seven shillings per day. Mr. Aldermaa J. SMITH said, there was no such accusation against him; it was not contended but that he was at present unable to work; the question for consideration was. w hether or 110 he ought to bo superanfftiatedi and whether the Magistrates would permit him thus to defeat the object of the law alluded to., For Iiis part, he thought it was tyking an unfair advantage of the So ciety; it was clear that every return to active labotlr wotljd bring ou a relapse of his disorder; and if he was allowed to avoid the article of snpevaimuatfoii as he had done, the same might be done by any other member, the funds ' Would be inadequate to tiie expenditure, and'the Society must bu ruined. He was therefore of opfi. ioii, that he should'be considered- as superannuated, in which opinion Mr. Aldermau itothwell concurred, and it was so ordered accordingly, The Professional Gentleman who attended on. the. p'art of the complainant expressed himself satisfied with the decision, which he thought just ,- iml equitable. FOREIGN- ANQ COLONIAL T R A D E . — M r . POPE, of the Bristol Custom- house, has this day published the Fifth Edi tionof. his Prictical" Abridgment of the Laws of Customs and Excise, corrected to the 16th inst. Tbe additions comprise the lien- Consolidation Act, and 27 other Acts of the last passion,, all affecting the vital interests of merchants, ship- owners, . shipmasters/ and brokers. The Wdrk contains in the whole - lipwards of 800 Acts o f Parliament, besides Treaties, Orders- its Council, & c. and the information in it cannot be derived from any other publication whatever. Possessors of copies, dated September 1 ISIS, may have the new matter separately. • . A D V E R T I S E M E N T T H E R E V I V A L O F M A N U F A C - Tt'Hi. s AND TRADE.— To I ' n g about this desirable epoch, behoves every one to give all the assistance they can : MyierLOCK has therefore determined to clear his exteu^ ive Warehouses of French, English, and Welsh China, Glass, and Earthenware, at very reduced prices, to make room for an entire new assortment 6f improved British l'orcelaine. Ttys presents a, good opportunity to purchasers, and also for his friends, to match iihi mice lip, —" SO, Oxford- street. - '•, N O T T I N G H A M S H I R E . — Valuable Freehold Estates, consisting of several Manors, Mansion House, Thirteen Hundred Acres of Land, Tithe free, bounded . by the river Trent, with the Fishery and Ferry; possession may be had at O l d Ladvday next.— By Messrs. S K I N N E R , T U C H I N , t t n d F O R R E S T, on TauasDAY, the 9tU September, punctually at Two o'clock, at Scarthing Moor Inn, near Tuxfurd, in 32 Lots, VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE FREEHOLD E S T A T E S , situatedin the Parishes of Ragnall, Dunham, and Fledborough, iu the Couuty of Nottingham, about four miles from Scartliing Moor, five from Tuxford, eleven from Retford, 14 from . Newark, and 13 from Lincoln ; comprising the extensivs Manor or Sola of Dunham, also tho Manors of Rag. nail, East Markham, Upton Thorpe, White Houses, Little Gringley, fc; ; au old Mansion House, called R A G N A U L HAJUk , With offices and walled gardens, and sundry eligible Farms and Lauds, containing about Thirteen Hundred Acres, tvthe free, of excellent meadow, grazing, and arable Land, and Ozier ground, ifiounded by the navigable river Trent,} with Farmhouses, outbuildings, aud Cottages. Also Dunham Ferry. Thclauds. ara now iis the occupation of Messrs. Birkett, Wilson, Johnson, Roberts, Wells, vV'illiamsou, and others, whose terms expire itf Old Ladyday next, when possession may be bad. The present rents amount to T H R E E T H O U S A N D F I V E H U N D R E D & S E V E N TY T H R E E P O U N D S per Annum. Also, the Rectorial Tythes of the Parish of Askhitm, containing 764 Acres of Tytheable Land, and 13 uf Glebe, held by Lease under the Church of York. To tie viewed and printed Particulars may be had of Mr. Isaac Elliott, Ragnall ;. alxo at Searthing Moor Inn; Red Lion, Tuxford; Crown, East Retford? Kingston's Arms, and of Messrs. Ridge. Newark'-- Angel, and George, Grantham; Rein Deer, Lincoln ; fllackmoor's Head, and White Hart, Gainsborough ; Messrs. Newcombe atid- Co; Printers, Stamford ; Mr. Strettom, Printer, Nottinghum; Mr. Sbeardown, Printer, Doncaster; Hop Pole, Ollertun ; Red Lion, Worksop ; Saracen's lleud, Southwell; George, Sleaford ; Crown, Mansfield; Chesterfield Arms, Bingham ; of Messrs. Farrers and Co. Lincoln's Inn Fields ; and- Messrs. Skinner, Weliin, and Forrest, Aldersgatestreet, I. ondon. ; .'• ' BIRTHS. On t're'itjth Wist,;'' the - Eadv of. John Watson, Esa.„ Upper Bedt'ord- placei Russell- square, <> f a son. • On the iath ntst,', in Suffolk- street, the Xfidy of D- E. Morris, Esq.-> ef4 daughter1. - ' .' O11 Tuesday, the 17th inst., at BoiiveSi, Gloucestershire, Mr, II. l. e Warner, of a sou. M A R l i t E D . ' On Ttiesd iV last,^ it St. James's Church. Mr. Joseph Toulmin liuriow, to Ellen Frances, eldest daughter of Mr. Davidson, of Cork- street, Burlington- gariens. '•' .' :-....' '.. DIED. On Friday, the Ctl, iust., at Cromer, Caroline, fourth daughter of Sir Charles Watson, Bart. At her apartments, at Paddington, on the 16th fust. Gertrude, relict of the late Arthur Barber, Esq., of Chester, and youngest daughter of the late George Logie, Esq., Swedish Consul Algiers. Leeds and Liverpool, Lancaster, AJomnouth Canal, County Albion and Atlas Fire Office, and Grand Junction Water Work Shares.— By Mr. SCOTT, 011 THURSDAY,- 26th of August, at twelve," at the Mart, unless any of the Lots shall be previously disposed of, LEEDS AND LIVERPOOL CANAL SHARES, dividing 10/. per share per annum,, its eminent advantages present well founded expectations of considerably increasing; Monmouth Caual dividing loi, per share; Monmouth Railway 5l. per share ; Lancaster Canal, Grand Junction Water Works, Albion and Atlas Assurance, and five Shares in the County Fire Office, ( Oxfordshire.) Particulars at the Roval Ilolel, Birmingham; Hatchett's Hotel,. Piccadilly; the Mart; and the Office of Mr. Scott, New Bridge- street. ' S T R O U D , Gloucestershire Freehold Estates.— By Sir. S C O T T , on Thursday, August 26. at Twelve, at the" Mart, in Two Lots, unless an acceptable offer shall be previously made bv Private Contract, A FREEHOLD FAMILY DWELLINGH O U S E and S H O P , well situated for trade, in Hie populous and improving market town of Stroud, a healthy, beautiful country, ten miles from Gloucester, 13 from Cheltenham, containing several rooms, arched cellars, dry warehouses, substantially brick ^ built, strongly timbered, in good repair; large yard, and good garden, let to a respectable yearly teilaiit, at a low rent, long established in the grocery, oil, seed, and hop trades, for which these spacious1 premises are well adapted, forming an eligible estate for permanent investment.— Lot 2. A Freehold Estate, small, but valuable and interesting, called Bagpath. delightfully situated near Bririscomb Port, the Canal, and the great furnpike- road, a mile and a half from Stroud; comprising four neat cottages, stone built adjoining, easily convertible into one residence, recently completely repaired, with gardens, rich meadow and coppice, with fine thriving timber, in all about 3A.' 2ii. 10P. Poor rates low 011 each of the lots. Particulars at the George Inn, and of Mr.- Charles Newman, Solicitor, Stroud ; Fleece, Rodborough ; Ram, Gloucester and Cirencester; Plough, Cheltenham; the Mart; and of Mr. Scott, New Bridge- street. '' • SALES OP ESTATES. F R E E H O L D ESTATE, near Binfield and Wokinghanfe —' R< > ' * - ' S O L D by A U C T I O N , by W I N S T A N L E Y and SUNS, at the Mart, on TUESDAY, August 24, at 12 o'Clock. A Most desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, exone- X A , rated from the Land- tax, the property and residence of Charles Bird, Esq., eligibly - situate near Wokingham, distant from Binfield 3 miles, 7 from Reading, IS from W indsor, and 32 from London, consisting of au excellent Mansion- house, With gardens, grapery, and melon- ground, and about 133 acres of fertile Land, m a ring fence, of which 38 acres are Grass Land and old Meadow, the remainder Arable; tho whole well stocked with thriving timber 1 the House contains, on the ground floor, an en trance- hall, dining- room 22 feet by 18, drawing room 23 feet by 17, breakfast parlour Hi feet by 14, handsome principal and secondary staircases; on the first floor 6 good bed- chambers and closets, and 6 large bed- rooms in the attic story; the offices comprise a large kitchen, pantry and scullery, butler's pantry, housekeeper s room, wine and beer cellar, servants' hall, dairy, larder brewhouse, paved yard, granary, roomy ceiled coachhouses capital stabling for 7 horses, with lofts over, all necessary buildings for farming purposes, and a godd farm- house t the promises are well supplied with water, the house is perfectly dry, in the best state of repair, and fit for the reception of a large genteel family, to whom immediate possession would be given. To be viewed by tickets only, which, with descriptive particulars may be had by applying to Messrs. Greg. on and Fonnereau. Angol- oourt, Ihrogmorton- street; of Winstanlev aud Sonslaternoster- row; or of Mr. John Roberts, of'Wokingham Berks; at whose respective offices a plan mar be socn ; particulars also at the principal inns at Wokingham, Binfield, Readmit, and Windsor; and at the place of sale. Battleborough . Manor Estate, near Bridgewater, Somersetshire. — By W I N S T A N L E Y and SONS, at tho Fox and GOOK. South Breut, on FRIDAY, the 27th August, at Two o'Clock, m Lots, ' T O E Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called B A T T L E B O R O U G H , situate in the Parish of South Brent, within a short distance of BridgeWater, in the County of Somerset, comprising a farm- house, barns, stabling, and outbuildings, yards, gardens, and sundry enclosures of exceedingly fertile, meadow, and pasture land, together with several cottages, blacksmith's shop, Sec., the principal part in the occupation of yearly tenants and the remainder 011 life- luases^ containing altogether near 290 acres, aud presumed to be of the value of 630/. per annum. To bo viewed by permission of the tenants; printed particulars may be had at the inns at Bridgewater, Taunton, Wells, Axbridge, Cross, Bristol, and Bath; of Messrs. Vandercom and Comyn, Solicitors, Bush- lano, Cannon- street; of Mr. Pcwtriss, Solicitor, 4, Verulam- buildings, Gray's- inn ; at tbe Mart; and of Wiustanley and Sons, Paternoster- row, where a plan mar ba seen. s U R R E Y , IS Miles from London.— To A G R I C U L T U R A L - I S T S , F A R M E R S , and'Others.— To 1 « L E T on L E A SE for 14 nr 21 Years, or the E S T A T E S O L D by P R I V A T E C O N T R A C T , by W I N S T A N L E Y and SONS, an excellent Residence and Gardens, suitable for a " Family c . spectability, suitable Agricultural Buildings, all In the most [. effect stato of Repair. The Land is divided into good proportioned enclosures of Meadow and Arable, iji a high statu ofCultivation, End comprises altogether near 300 Acres. The Situation is adjoining a mod Turnpiko Road, within easy distances of excellent Market Towns, and iu the conuo of Field Sports of every description. To be viowod by Cards only, which with further particulars, may be had of Winstanley and Sons, Paternoster- row. N. B. The Proprietor would have no objection to take a Respectatilo Person, with Capital, who might be disposed to Rent it- as a Bailiff, for 12 Months. S U S S E X , 011 the Sea Coast - Desirablo H O U S E S and L A N D , at B E X I I I L L , five miles from Hastings. Land Tax Redeemed— To be S O I . D hy A U C T I O N , on FIMDJLK, tbe 10th day of September next, by" Mr. P E Y T O N , at Garraway's Coffee- house, Cornhill, ' London ; if not previously disposod of by Private Contract, in Two Lots, ' T W O very desirable and . substantially built D W E L - I LINO, H O U S E S , Gardens, nnd Pleasure Grounds, with attached and datached Offices of every description, fit for the residence of respectable families; two Cottages, Gardener's Cottage, Barn, Yards, Sc. ; containing together nearly 17 acres of very excellent Meadow and Pasture Land, whieh are nearly divided between the two Houses. The appropriate Furniture iu the Two Houses will - be included in the purchase- monej. The whole being now in hand, possession may be had on completion of the purchase. Thisproporty presents a very favourable opportunity to persons desirous of possessing a comfortable residence, in a most healthful marine district, within € 0 miles of London; having extensive views over Pevensey Bay, the English Channel, ' Ac. Sec. : or to builders and others who may adrantageously cmploytheir capital in the erection of houses in a situation where the'v are much in request, as Bexbtll is rapidly rising as a watering place, the beach being extremely well adapted for bathing, and the surrounding country very beautiful, the property possessing most eligible seites for building. Mr. Mate; Postmaster of 1' exhill, will shew the premises. Particulars may be had of Messrs. Shadwell, Bishop and Co. Hastings; and of Mr. Peyton, 10, Cook's- court, Carey- street Lincoln's Inn- fields, who has a plan of tbe Estate. L I T T L E B E D WIN, Wilts By Mr. S C O T T , at the Mart, on TUESDAY, Sept. 21, at Twelve, in One Lot, TMIE MANOR, or reputed MANOR of LITTLE . B E D W I N , in the County of Wilts, with fishery, rights, royalties, and Mansion- house; two farm- houses, six barns, a newly- erected water- grist mill,- several cottages, and other buildings, and 800 acres and upwards of excellent inclosed arable, meadow,- pasture, and wood land. The estate is well timbered, in good condition, iu a fine sporting country, and worth the attention of a Gentleman fond of shooting and hunting; is situated about one mile from the Bath road, adjoining, Marlborough Forest, and midway between London and- Bdth. - The Kennet and Avon Canal passes through Littlfc ' BejSwin; a pack of celebrated fox hounds is. kept witliin an easy Is t'c h' , aitt'l a- psAv of h, arr, i ers within twoytiles. " •' Descriptive particulars may Ui had* at tlis* White Hart, Chippenham ; the WhiteIJoti, l l i t l i ; tho'Bttsh. Bristol;. the Duke's Anns, Marlboroiigli• the Beiir, HungerfoVd; at the Mart; of Mr. Scott. New Rridge- street, BlacklViars; of Mr. Scudamore, No. 11, Kitifj's Bench- Walks, London; at Messrs. Grey aud Mitchell's Office, ChippCnham ; where, and at Mr. Scott's, a plan of the Estate may be seen. For viewing the Property, apply to Mr. TjioSj X'inueger, 011. the Premises. Earlj possession tiiay lie had. AU letters most be post jiaid. F E E F A R M RE NT,, Suffolk.— By Mr. H E N R Y W I L S ON at'tho Mart, 011 TB'tiiisuAY, Sept. 2, at Twelve, NE UNDIVIDED FOURTH PART of F R E E H O L D F E E F A R M R E N T of 96' h per Annum, issuing and. payable out of rati important Estate of about llpll Acre- vsituate at Stoke by Clare, about sixsatles from Long Milford, in the Couiity of Suffolk, which Sum, after deducting the Land Tax', is'paid: regulariy, every Half Year, through a. ' Banker's in London Particulars may be had at the ; ila; e uf Sale, and of jffc. Henry Wilscn, 10S, Hattori- garden. MANSION- HOUSE, FARMS ' and LANDS, in MayfielkSussex.— To be- SOLDby P R I V A T E CONT R A C T , the rlhiisioii House called by the name of L O W ER H O U S E , with Hie coaelr- house, stables, out- offices and buildings, gardens and pleasure grounds thereto, situate at the West end of the town of Mayfield, in Sussex ; and also the Farms and Lands belonging and lying contiguous to the said Mansion- house, consisting o f a Messuage-, Barns, and other appropriate Buildings, arid 233A. On. 21'. of Land, now in tiie occupation of the Proprie • tors, and of John Rose/, The land tax of this Estate is redeemed, and about 57 acres, ( part thereof) are free from corn- tithes. Also a compact F R E E H O L D F A R M called H U N T S , consisting of a large House, with a Barn and other Buildings, and 78* i 2k. 15v. of Land, situate in Mayfield aforesaid, and now occupied by Messrs. Packhatn. The above Estates are beautifully situated- and well set with thriving timber, aiid the several tenants who are under yearly eontracts, haverocuivod notices td quit at Michaelmas next. Mayfield is situate on au eminence at the distance uf eight miles from " Tuubridge Wells, JS-' fVpm East Bourne, and 24 from Brighton. • . ! ' " a'or further particulars and atreatv, apply to Messrs. Stone and km'. Solicitors, Mayfield; Messrs. Palmer and France, Bt. Jfordrow, London; or to Mr.. Phipps, Weavers- hall; Basinghallstreet, where plans may be seen. North Mimms- plaee, Park, ornamental Woods, extensive Manor, Farm in band, and other capital Farms, containing 1251 acrcs, in the county of Hertford, seventeen miles from London To be S O L D by P R I V A T E C O N T R A C T , by Messrs. D R I V E R , • • 1 TH E remaining L o t s of the very capital F R E E - H O L D E S T A T E , called N O R T H M I M S - P L A C E. comprising 1251 acres, most agreeably sitnat* in the parishes ot' North Mims, Ridge, an. 1 St. ' Peter's, about six miles from Barnet, four from Hatfield, five from St. Alban's, and only 17 from Loudon, with a noble Mansion- house, large gardens, extensive park, ornamental woods, valuable manor co- extensiv* with the parish; with quit rents, fines arbitrary, heriots, and all rights, members, aud appurtenances; a large home Farm, and several other capital and Well arranged Faihns, with ample ami excellent harm- bouses and Outbuildings, likewise ornamented with luxuriant woods and pleasant drives cut through each ; tin? whole forming an unique property for any gentleman fond of field sports, as this Estate is well known to ahound in game, possessing very excellent preserves, and is within four miles of tbe foxhounds : the greatest part is in hand, and the remainder either let to tenants at will, or for short terms. Part of the purchase money may remain 011 mortgage, if reqtiircd. The Mansion- house and grounds to be viewed with tickets only, which, with printed specifications of the Estate with engraved plans, may be had of Wm. Frantklin, Esq. Lincoln's Inn; aud of Messrs. Driver, Surveyors and Land- Ageats, 13, New Bridgo- street, Biackfriars. ! A Capital F R E E H O L D I N V E S T M E N T , and Lucrative C O L L I E R Y . By Messrs. D R H ' E R , by P R I V A TE ARemarkably Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, , containing ' 2,500 Acres, under which are Veins of Coal and Culm of excellent quality, nearly a l l o f which havebeen partially worked by the Owner, and some of them opened on a very extensive scale, and at an expenditure, including some Copper Smelting Work?, of 30,000/. within a few years, with HR elegant Mansion House, small Park, excellent Steward's House." Tithes of the Parish, and next Presentation to the Living, most eligibly situate in South Wales, with a turnpike road passing by the Park. The Demesne Lands and some of the Farms have been'in the hands of the Proprietor, and are in a high state of cultivation;^ the remainder is arranged into desirable Farms, and tho whole is remarkably advantageously situate* for adopting every" improvement in agriculture, and can be manured with liine.' of the best quality at about £/. per acre, there Being ' shipping places adjoiningthe Estate. •*• • ' Further particulars may lie known upon application to Messrs. Driver, Surveyors Slid Land Agents, at their Offices, 13. New Bridge- street, Biackfriars, Loudon, where apian of the Estate may be seen S U F F O L K . — T o be S O L D by P - R I V A T E I.. 7s . T A C T ; ( to pav a Purchaser 5 per Cent.) r r i I E IMPROPRIATE or CORN- TITIIES of a JL Parish in the mast fertile part of tha Comity of Suffolk, arising from upwards of 800 acres of Land, of which nearly 600 acres are Arable. For Price and other particulars apply to Sir. Wyatt, New Ihn, London, where a Map of the Parish may be seen. n n o be SOLD, bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, a - L Capital F R E E H O L D E S T A T E at Alderminster, in the County of Worcester, comprising the Manor and 1885 acres of Land in a ring, fence, divided into 5 * eligible Farms, all of which are let, and the buildings thereon are respectable and convenient. A considerable part of the Estate is tythe free, and the Land Tax on the whole has been redeemed." The great Road from London to Holyhead through Stratford- upon- Avon and Bifming • ham, is through the Estate, which is partly bouuded by the River Stour. Distances from London 90 miles, from Oxford 54, from Stratford five, from Birmingham 27, and from Warwick 13. For further particulars apply to Mr. Wyatt, Solicitor, Stratfordupon- Avon; or to Messrs. Hoper and Soils, Solicitors, Lowes. London: Printed b y l J . M'SWYNY, 348, Strand ; published by J, P, W A N L E S S same place. and
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