'/ - -
rant (slcau'crj iui hvhuiumaii vmJ « v x ~ .
berg for Konigsberg.
The Marco Polo sailed from Melbourne March 1, for this port.
Tho Break o'Day bailed from Queenstown to-day, ill tow of two
U v e b p o o l SHIPS a t F o re ig n P o r ts .— Nuevo Alba.no, Marco
Polo, Amalia, Atalanta, and Arabian (a.s.), at Constantinople ;
Elise, at Seville ; Arabia (Royal moil steamer), at Boston ; Lady
Franklin, De Witt, Clinton, aud Boston Light, at New York ; John
M errick, at Philadelphia; Alexandria and Royal Saxon, at Balti
more ; General Parkhill, Arlington, and Carnatic, at Charleston ;
Lineluden Castle and Wolfe, at New Orkans; Glasgow, at Sa
vannah; Catharine, at Christiana; 'Viudclina, at Bolderaa ;
Herloff Trolle, off Frcdorickshaven ; Actio. at|Vlio; Harrier and
Countess, at Harlingen ; and Speedwell, at Texel.
L o n d o n m a r k e t s — y e ste rd a y .
NEWGATE AND LEADENIIAI<L.
Inferior Beef, 3s Od to 3s 2d; middling, 3s 4d to 35 ed ; prime,
Ss lCd to 4s ; prime small, 4s to 4h ‘ 2d ; V eal, 4s 4d to 4s 8d; inferior
Mutton, 3s 4d to 3s 6d; middling, 3k 10J to 4s od ; prime, 4s 4d to
4s (id; Lamb, 5s 8d to Cs; large Pork, 8s 8d to 4a; small Pork,
4s 4d to 46 8d per 81bs by the carcase.
WATERSIDE POTATO MARKET.
The supplies at this market still continue very short, and trade
dull, at the annexed quotations:—Kent and Essex Regents, 130s
to IGOs; STork ditto, 140s to 170s; Scotch ditto, 130s to lfiOs;
ditto Cups, 110s to 130s; Irish white*, 110a to 120s; Foreign
100b to 110s per ton.
LI AY MARKETS.
Poktmam.—Old Meadow Hay, 90s to 100s ; inferior ditto, C5s to
75s; old Clover, 100s to 110s; inferior ditto, 803 to 90s; Wheat
Straw, 40s to 44s per load of 36 trusses.
Sm ith firm ).—Fine Upland Meadow* and Bye Grass llay, 103s to
105s ; inferior ditto, 75s to 85e ; superior Cl ore r, llSs to 120s; In
ferior ditto, 90s to 100s; Straw, 32s to 42s per load of 36 trusses.
Whitbchai* kl.—There was a full supply at this market to-day,
and a fair trade at the undermentioned prices :—Old llay, from
S)5s to 106s ; new ditto, 50s to 90s ; old Clover, 110s to 126s; new
ditto, 60s to 120s ; Straw. 33s to 38s per load.
P R IC E OF B REA D .
The prices of Whcaten Bread in the metropolis are from 10*^d to
l i d ; of Household ditto, O ^d to lOd. Some bakers arc Belling
from 8d to 9d ; and League Bread Company’s, i)*id per 41b
loaf, weighed on delivery.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, M a y 11.
Tho market closed with firmness, and prices of all descriptions
were without change, and quite as high as previously. Tho sales
amounted to 7,000 hales, 1,500 for export and on speculation, in
cluding 5,500* American; 100 PernamandM aranham.d'/idtoG'Vl ;
250 Bahia, 6tyd ; 300 Egyptian, Ul to 6d ; and 800 Surat, 3d to
Sunny Hours (i>y uoogscm;, oujiuisu uiun
tion of the New Society oi Water Colours : Picdota (by E. H.
Wehnert)—Monument to the Memory of the Hon. James Stuart,
from the Exhibition of tho Royal Academy—Testimonial prc5onted 1
to the Officers of the 34th anil 60th Regiment*—Portrait of Mme.
Anna Caradori—Scene from “ Faust and Marguerite”—Funeral of
the late Marquis of Anglesey (three engravings)—Chatbum Church
Struck by Lightning—Toy-work at the Ragged School—And all the
News of the Week. Price Sixpence, with a Supplement Gratis.—
Ofiloo, 108, Strand._____________________ ________ _______ ,
HE FIELD , of May 13, Illustrated Sporting
and Family Newspaper.—Will* Latest Betting—Price of
Funds—Arrival of Foreign Mails—War and Political News, &c.,
by Electric Telegraph, up to the time of publishing. Tlie Field,
Illustrated, or every Gentleman's Newspaper, is the best medium
for advertising. First Edition, early on Friday ; Second, Saturday
afternoon, in time for the evening mails ; a Third Edition on Sun
day morning. Illustrations: View of Cronstadt—Portrait of
Virago, the winner of the 1,000 Guineas—J . Scott’s 6tah!es at
Malton—Wrestling—An Angling Sketch—Columbian Fowl, Ao.
*• The Field was the only newspaper that named the winner of the
Chester Cup and tho first favourite on the day of starting.”—Vide
Toby Peep’s Letter, May 6.—Office, 408, Strand, near the Adelpln
KNOTT’S NEW STOVE.—’ VIEWS of LON-
DON CHURCHES.—Tho BUILDER, No. 588, for To-mor
row, May 13, published This Day, price 4d., stamped 5d., con
tains:—Tlie Architectural Works at the Royal Academy—Fine
View of Twenty-one London Churches—Who Uusigncd the Water
Gate—Prince Albert’s Plan fer Sewage—Working Men’s Funerals
—A New Water Meter; with Illustrations—Notes and luquiries—
Gasworks—The Preservation of Stone—Dr. Aruotl's New Stove;
with an Engraving—1 Tho Wellington Clock Tower— An Escape—
George Stephenson's Statue, k c .—Office, 1, York-street, Covcnt-
gardcu ; and to be had of all booksellers in the United Kingdom.
rN T X T T M A N U FAC TURK.—Messrs.
ELKINGTON and CO. respectfully solicit the attention of tho
nobility, gentry, amateurs, artist*, and others Interested iu the ad
vancement of British art manufacture to their increasing collodion
of STATU ETTES, vases, k c ., published exclusively by them in
bronze, silver, and gold, from the antique, and select works of
modern artists ; also to their artistic and decorative plate, calcu
lated for tho table, sideboard, library, boudoir, k c . These pro
ductions w ’ere honoured at the late Great Exhibition by an award
of the Council Medal, and may be had at either establish meat,
$ £ £ £ £ & . , }¦-»*>»•
oTTD ThAINS and ~JEWR LLERY.—
V T WATHERSTON and BROGDEN beg to call the attention
of the public to tho following examples, showing tho relativo
prices paid for LABOUR in the purchase of a geuuine, and of a
spurious GOLD CHAIN :—
w itmn miy muc^ ui tiimuu. v. ~ x- -
Graham), India Warehouse, 10, Ludjrate-street, near St. Paui’s.
S tate o f T r a d e .— M a n c h e s t e r, M a y 11.— There
has been a rumour on ’Change to-day that tlie Bank had
raised the rate of interest, and this, joined with the declining
slate of the ootton market, hat kept the market against
sellers. Very little busiuess has been done, but the tone iR
not that of depression, notwithstanding the indisposition of
purchasers to effect sales at current prices. These remarks
apply both to yarns and goods. In tbo latter some business
has beeu done for the East upon the strength of newspaper
notices of the stale of trade there, which read well, but
there are not generally any largo transactions until the private
letters come to hand, and shippers know' the opinion of their
H er Mryesty’s royal letters patent fer valuable and extra
ordinary improvements in the mast powerful and brilliant Tele
scopes ; camp, racecourse, oj>era, and perspective glasses, to know
the distances of objects viewed through them—of great importance
to tho army, navv and others.—Messrs. S. and B. Solomons, opti
cians, 39. Albemarle*street, Piccadilly ; observe, opposite tho York
Hotel. These Telescopes possess such extraordinary powers, that
some. 8i Inches, with an extra cye-piece, will show distinctly
Jupiter's moons, Saturn’s rin*, and the double stars; with the
same telescope can be seen a person's countenance 3H rtiles
distant, aad an object from 12 to 14 mde*. They supersede every
other kiud for tho wai3tcoat pocket, and are of larger and all
sizes with increasing powers accordingly.—Tho Royal Exhi
bition, 1651, valuable newly-invented very small powerful waibt-
coat-pocket glass, the six* of a walnut, by which a person can be
seen and known 1J miles distant; they answer every purpose
on the racecourse, at the Opera-houses, country soenery, and ships
aro clearly seen at 12 to 14 mile*. They are invaluable for shooting,
deor-sudklng, yachting, to sportsmen, gentlemen, gamekeepers,
and tourists. Camp, Opera, Racecourse, and Perspective Glasses,
with wonderful powers. An object can be clearly seeu fr*m 10 to
12 miles distant. Ncwly-lnvented Spectacles, immediately they
are placed before extremely imperfect vision every object bccomes
clvar and distinct, the most aged defective sight Is brought to its
youthful, natural, and original state.—Invisible and all kinds of
acoustic instruments, for relief of extreme deaftioss.—39, Albe-
nmrle-strcet, Piccadilly, opposite the York Hotel.
F if t y T h o u sa n d C ures, h j Du BARRY'sdelicious Reva-
Lbnta A rabioa Food, of indigestion (dyspepsia), constipation,
nervous, bilious, and liver complaints.—Cure No. 71, of dyspepsia.
From the Right Hon. the Lord Stuart de Decies: “ 1 have de
rived considerable benefit from *»u Barry’s Revalenta Arabica
JFood, and consider it duo to yourselves and the public to
authorise the publication of these lines. S t f a h t d r Deciics.”—
Cure No. 49,832. “ Fifty years’ indescribable agony from dysjn^p-
sia, nervousness, asthma, cough, constipation, flatulency, spasms,
sickness at the stomach, and vomitings have been removed by Du
Barry's excellent food. M a r ia J o l l y , Wortham, Ling, near Dis*,
Norfolk."—In canisters, with full instructions—lib., 2s. Od.; 21b.,
4s. 6d. ; 51b., 11s. ; 121b., 22s.; super-refined, Mb., 22a. ; 101b., 33s.
The 101b. and 12lb. carriage free.—Barry du Barry and Co., 77,
Regent-street, London; Fortnum, Mason, and Co. ; also at 4,
Chcapside; 60,Graccchureh-strcet; 49, Bishopsgate-street W ithin ;
330 and 461, Strand : 63. Oxford-street; 5, Ecclcston-st., Pimlico.
A L ie u te n a n t o f D ragoons 'Juried o f Rheum atism
bv H o llo w a y 's O in tm e n t and P ills .—This officer, who is in tho
Dutch army, states that Holloway's pills ami ointment have cured
him of rheumatism, which appeared to be incurable, a* neither
sea-bathing, vapour-baths, nor preparations vaunted as sure reme
dies did him any good, and tho treatment of the doctor, r.fler
several months’ trial, was without succcss. At this juncture he com
menced taking these pills, and rubbing tho ointment into the com
plaining parts twice a day, which effectually cured him in the
course of six weeks. The truth of this statement can be vouched
fur by M r. J . B. Stratman, of Bois-de-Duc.—Sold by all druggists ;
and at P ro file r Holloway’s establishment, 244, Strand, London.
a c e and m u s l i n m a n t l e s , d r e s s e s ,
&c., of the most elegant description, at extremely moderate
prices. A great variety for selection at 81. Oxford-strcet, opposite
the Pantheon.— D. BIDDLE, established as “ Hayward's,” 1770.
S U M M E R M ANTLES.—A beautiful display of
SILK MANTLES in the most eiegautstyles of the present
season, from the simple an4 inexpensive suitable for young ladies.
— D. BIDDLE, 81, Oxford strect, opposite the Pantheon. Esta
blished as M Hayward’s,” 1770.
OURT LA PPETS, in Brussels Point, Appliqu6
J Brussels, Point d’Alcn$on, Guipure, Honiton, Blonde, &e.—
A stock unequalled in extent, elegance of design, and moderation
of price, a t81, Oxford-street.—D. BIDDLE, laceman to the Royal
Family, established as Hayward's 1770.
m T l i T i l l P E R .I A L F L O It A,
J L Registered by 5 or 0 Vic.. cap. 100.
Under the especial patronage of her Most Gracious Majesty tho
Queen.—D. N1CHOLSON and CO. respectfully Invito the atten
tion of the Nobility and Ladies to the above singularly novel pro
duction of the Jacquard loom, being the result of many repented
and costly experiments for a very lengthened period.—The
IM PERIAL FLORA MANTILLAS disnlay |>erhaps the highest
artistic skill ami ingenuity ever attained in the manufacture of
silken fabrics, being woven entirely without seam, in the newest
and most elegant shapes, and gracefully ornamented with a variety
of floral and «ther beautiful designs in both velvet and plush,
all Ingeniously woven in the silk itself. D. Nicholson and Co.
have the honour to announce that her Majesty has selected
from each of tho patterns, and also commanded them to manufac
ture other:* expressly for her Royal Highness the Prince** Royal
and her Royal lltghiies* the Princes* Alice, having thus graciously
marked her ivnieof the amountof patronage deserving. D. Nichol
son and Co. feel aasured they will not fail to have the general encou
ragement of Ladles to proerod In their elforM in numerous
branches of manufacture, and all the aid that Is due in their en
deavours for tho product lo a of elegant aud useful novelty.—2 4 4 5
and 249, Regent-street.
G k. nli. nk G o ld C h a in .
Assumed cost of gold
chain, of equal
w eight........................£ 1 0 0
Intrinsic value (if the
gold is of 15 carats) 7 6
Left, far labour and
protit . . . . . . . . . . . . £ 3 0 0
ELKCTRO-GiLT, OB, PoLfKlIKD
Zixc-oold C h a in .
Assumed co*t of gold
chain, of equal
weight....................£10 0 0
Intrinsic value (if the
gold is of 7} carats) 8 10 0
Left, for labour and
profit ....................£ 6 10 0
Difference, 115 per cent.
WATHERSTON and BROGDEN,Goldsmiths.—Manufactory, 16,
Henrietta-street, Oovent-gardem, London. Established a.d. 1798.
CfA&L’S ARGENTINE blLVEK PLATE
k } is the BEST SUBSTITUTE for SOLID SILVER.—Manufac
tory, 15, Poultry (near the Mansion-house), London.—This unri
valled production continues t- o give tho same satisfaction as when
first introduced by Sari aud Sons, ten years ago. From its in
trinsic value and brilliant appearance it far surpasses all other
substitutes for solid silver. A new at magnificent stock has just
been completed for the present seosen, to which public inspect ion is
respectfully invited. Itcon? prises Spoons and Forks, Corner Dishes
and Covers, Dish Covers, Kpergnce.and Candelabra,with beautiful
Cake Baskets, Candlesticks, Salvers, Tea Trays, Decanter Stands,
L iq ue ur Frames, Tea Urns and Kettles, Soup and Sauce Tureens,
with every article requisite for the dinner, tea, or breakfast service.
Pamphlets, containing drawings and prices of all the articles,
gratis, and sent postage free to all parts of the kingdom.
Any uticle may be had separately as a sample.
Sole inventors and manufacturers, SARL and SONS, 18, Poul
try. near the Mansion-house.
“ OMPULSOBY VACO 1NATION.—OUR
MEDICAL LIBERT IES!—People of England!—As we
have often told you before, your medical liberties are stoleu from
you. Read the pamphlet, just published by Sotherau and Co., 10,
Little Tower-street, and 331, Strand, opposite Somerset House, price
Is. 6:1., wherein, at page 18, you will find the following awful state
ment, amongst many others, of a similar character:—4 1 An Ameri
can medical author, Dr. Shew, commenting on another case of
death, from vaccination, which was reported in the 4 New York
Journal, Medical and Surgical,'gives a ease of a lady whoso health
had been injured by vaccination, and adds—‘ In two other cases,
large swellings took placo; oue in the arm pit, the other in the
neck, lasting for somo days, and finally breaking out in running
sores. By questioning closelv, wo not infrequently find that
children never et\ joy g°ed health after vaccination, however firm
It mi^ht have been before.'” Let then all friends to the medical
liberty of the subject, petition the British Parliament to repeal,
without loss of time, the Compulsory Vaccination Act. No time
should be lost in presenting petitions.
We are, fellow-countrymen, your obedient servants,
THE MEMBERS OF THE BRITISH COLLEGE
OF HEALTH, NEW-ROAD, LONDON, FOR
May 11, 1854. THE SOCIETY OF H Y G E IS T S .__ ___
K IESEM A R, protected hy Royal Letters Patent
of England, and secured bv the seals of the Ecole de Phar-
macie de Paris, and the Imperial Collego of Medicine Vienna.
Triescmar, No. 1., is a remedy for Relaxation, Spermatorrhoea,
and Exhaustion of the System. Tricsemor, No. 2, effectually, in
the short space of three days, completely and entirely eradicates
all traces of those disorders which capivi and cubebs havo so long
been thought an antidote for, to the ruin of tho health of a vast
portiou of the population. Triesemar, No. 3, is the great Conti
nental remedy for that class of disorders which unfortunately the
English physician treats with mercury, to tho inevitable destruc
tion of the patient's constitution, and which all the sarsaparilla in
tho world cannot remove. Tricsemar, No. 1, 2, and 3, are alike
devoid of taste or smell, and of all nauseating qualities. They may
lie on ihe toilet table without their use being suspected.—Sold in
tin cases at lls . each free ; by post 2s. extra, divided into separate
dft869, as administered by Vaipeau, Lallemand, Roux, Ac. To be
had wholesale and retail in London of Robert Johnson, G3, Com-
h ill; Hannay and Ce., 63, Oxivrd-st.; and Sanger, 150, Oxfurd-bt.
HE CRAPE BALZVRINE, a fabric m uch
wanted—The I’reprletovs of the Argyll Get era] Mourning
Warehouses feel much pleasure in announcing that they have
been successful In the manufacture of a totally NEW FABRIC for
the PRESENT SLA>oN, a; 1 one that ha» long been required,
viz., the CRAPE BALZAKINE—a texture hi perfect character
with mourning, thinner and l^hier than parramatta. menno, or
the variety of twilled dot ha, yet of o.oru substance and less fragility
than barege or the articles hitherto produced for summer wear.
The prices of thisnuvel fabric be mg very moderate, and its quality
superior, the proprietors fe «*l a»«iurrd It will meet with much ap-
pmvai from durability, and ilso appfieleMi firooi Its unique ap-
pcaronce.—D. Nl« M* * ? -<*N snd i * . I46»i>d 9l8, Regent-street.
Patterua forwarded to all par la of the United Kingdom.
C JILK S, SHAW LS, RIBBONS, LACE,CLOAKS,
and DltRbSES of every doneription. — The SELLING OFF
of Messrs. u i l l l i : and co.'s to i. and Valuable STOCK,
at 192, Rcgcnt-street, can only oonttnu* a short time longer.
Ladic* are so'icited to pav an early visit, as every day materially
decreases the variety, and such an ot>|>ortunlty may never occur
again for purchasing really good materials at half-price.—White
and Co., 11*2, Regent-street (late ifoorgo and Hrsdley). ft is re
quested that all outstanding dobu may be |iatd to Mr. White, the
continuing partner on the premises.
U SH 'S MOURNING W A REH O U SE, 163
and 165, Regent-street.—The Nobility and Public aro re
spectfully informed tha*. at this K-uuMIm.mm-iu ((he flr«t opened in
this kingdom for the EXCLUSIVE SAL8 of MOURNING ATTIRE)
a stock of articles the most extensive In variety, the m*wt recherchC
in character, and the most excellent In quality, is always open for
inspection. Articles of dress for a Mow* and familie*, and all other
descriptions of mourning, in the in we«t and most elegant styles,
will be found iu the show-rooms, for view and choice, ready for
Attention being exclusively devoted at this establishment to
mourning requirements, families will find the materials here sup-
licd moro appropriate, durable, and economical, than furnished
v houses carrying on a general trade, and having less capital and
time to devote to this particular branch of the business, advantage
Household Mourning is (\irnlslicd v Itii considerable esses, &c.,
to the purchasers. Trimmings for Court trains, head-dresses, &cM
in great variety.
PUGH’S MOURNING WAREHOUSE, 163, and 165, Regeut-
ADIES of delicate complexion, who suffer from
exposure to cold winds and damp atmosphere, will find im
mediate and soothing relief In the application of ROWLAND'S
KALYDOR. It allays all irritation and tenderness of the skin, and
renders it soft, smooth, and pleasant ; removes all cutaneous dis-
figuremonts, frecklcs, and tan, and imparts a healthy and blooming
appearance to the complexion, h i purifying and refreshing pro
perties have obtained its selection by Royalty, and the several
Courts throughout Europe, t« ;< tlier with tho Glite of the aristo
cracy. Price 4s. 6d. and 8*. 6*1 . | n r bottle. Caution: The words
Rowland's Kalydor are on the wrapper of each bottle, and A. Row
land and Sous’, 20, llstton garden, on tho Government stamp
arftxed on each. Sold by them, and by chemists and perfumers.
A V IES’ S COM POSITE CANDLES, 8d., 9d.,
10d., and 10^d. per lb .; botanic wax, Is .; patent sperm,
Is. ; German wax, In. 2d.; British wax, or sperm, ]s. 5d. ; fine
wax, Is. 5d. ; bcit sperm candles, Is. Od.; second sperm, Is. 5d. ;
transp&rcnt wax, Is. 81. ; gtnuine wax, 2s. 3d.; Palmer's metallic,
ouc or two wlcka. 9 d.; magnums, l<id.; mid size, 9 Jd .; best dip
candles, Sd.; moulds. Pd. ; yellow sotp. 3S*.,4&s., 50s. aud 54s.
per 112lbs.; mottled, ; white Windsor, Is. 4d. per packet;
brown Windsor, Is. 9d. ; rose, 2a. ; almond, 2s. Cd.; sperm oil,
lus. per gallon ; argand or vugftable, 4s. Od.; French, 4s., for
cash, at M. P. DAVIES and SON’S Old Established Warehouse,
63. St. MartinVlane, Channg-cross, London.
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B E B IL IT Y nnd IR R IT A B IL IT Y induced by
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Post-offloe Lctter-eaniers' Provident Institution, < fc c .
London: Effingham Wilson, 11, Royal Exchange; and, by post
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THE NEW MILITARY NOVEL.
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I IIIL IP KOLLO. By JA M E S GRANT,
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our readers will havo reason to thank us for encouraging them to
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4 1 Mr. Grant has produced an admirable novel; the interest of
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all who have rer.d it, that the glowing culogiums passed on the
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deserve, and there is no doubt its salo will be equal to any book
ever issued in England.
As thero are other editions, care should be taken in ordering to
spccify " ROUT LEDGE'S UNABRIDGED EDITION.”
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“ This volume contains the geography, history, and military
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present condition of Russia will do well to consult this volume,
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URKEY : Past and Present. By J . R. M ORELL,
Author of * * RuAvia as It Is.”
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information on this important country.
London: George Itoutlodgc and Co., Farringdon-street.
Just published, price 5s., with Portrait of the Author,
UTOBIOGRAPHY of a W ORKING-M AN.
By ALEXANDER SOMERVILLE,
“ One wko has Whistled at the Plough.”
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Remarks on the Serious Consequences resulting from Empirical
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N TRU E ?.nd FALSE SPERM ATORRHOEA;
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SALES BY AUCTION.
The celebrated Stock of Clocks and Watches of the late Mr.
Vulliamy, of F iil mall.
ESSRS. C H R IS T IE and MANSON respect
fully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at
their Great Room, Kiug-strect, St. Jr.mes’s-square, on Thursday,
JuneS, and following Day, at One o’clock precisely, by order of
the Executors, the whole of the valuable STOCK of CLOCKS and
WATCHES, of the very highest quality, of that eminent horologlst
Mr. VulUainy, of Pall-mall, deceased.—Further notice will be duly
i ms volume is wen caicumwa to put an enu ie tne empirical
cm of treating Spermatorrhoea, and to phi l^ o the treatment uvon
lore rational and physiological basis. It ?s, therefore, l!koiy
do much eecd."— iTcdical Circular, June 16, li£2.
Frindabury, near Rocvc«Ur, Kent.—To Cement Manufacturers,
Coke Burners, OU Pressers, Wharfingers, and others. Capital
Manufacturing Premises, Plant, Steam Engine and Machinery,
for occupation or investment; estimated Rent £250 per Annum
e s s r s . s h u t t l b w o r t h and s o n s are
instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Auction Mart,
ou Fridav, May 19, at Twelve, a valuable
held under the Dean and Chapter of Rochester, at a nominal
rent ; comprising the capital
consisting of an oil mill with all the requisite
PLANT AND MACHINERY
for carrying on an extensive trade, substantial
STACKS OF WAREHOUSES,
erected at a very considerable cost; engiue house with steam
engine of forty-horse power, with all tho necessary connecting
gear ; cement mill, coke ovens and kilns, smithy and wheelwright
shops and storerooms, large yards and valuable and extensive
wharfage on the river Medway, with great depth of water along
side, situate at Frindsbury, between Rochester and Chatham,
below Rochester-bridge, and immediately opposite Chatham Dock
yard, at present iu the occupation of Messrs. Burge and Johnson,
patent cement manufacturers, but whose lease has expired, and who
are now tenants «m sufiferanoe, and the purchaser thereof may
either have possession or make terms with the present highly re
spectable occupiers, who havo laid out a considerable sum iu
adapting tho premises Nr their long-established and lucrative busi
ness.—May be viewed by application oa the premises; and parti-
cntarshod at the Crown Inn, Rochester; Mitre Tavern, Chatham ;
Clifton Hotel, Gravesend ; of J. Heather, Esq., solicitor, 17, Pater-
nostcr-road; of Messrs. Wilkinson, Gurney, and Stevens, solicitors,
Nicholas-lane, Lombard-street ; Charles Colyer, Esq., solicitor, 1,
Wolllngton-street, Borough : at the Auction M art; and of Messrs.
Shuttle worth and Sous, 28, Poultry.
Prelitninrry Announcement.—Hie extensive and valuable Free
hold, Copyhold, and Leasehold Estates of tho late Mrs. Mary
Cloves, situated iu the counties of Middlcsex, Essex, Kent, and
Sussex, producing a rental of about jSl,200per annum.
BSSRS. SH U TT LE W ORTH and SONS have
& been favoured with instructions from the Executors and
Trustees to OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, at the Mart, on
Friday, June 16, at Twelve, in ’numerous Lots, the above Estates.
THE FREEHOLD PORTION
consists of a SPACIOUS W HARF
(a portion of which is Oopvhdd), known as
STORE HOUSE W HARF,
with extensive Warehouses, &c., situated Cock-bill, Ratclifte:
Poppin’s-court, Fleet-street; a Ground-rent secured upon a
known as the IRON PEAR Tit EE,
situated at Godstone, iu the county of Surrey;
between Beckenham and Bromley, hi the county of Kent: an
excellent PUBLIC HOUSE,
known as THE CROSS KEYS,
with Yard, Skittle-ground, aud
EXTENSIVE LIV ERY STABLF.S
adjoining, situated in Lawrence-street, Chelsea, a short distance
from Battersea* Bridge. The
comprises SEVEN CAPITAL DW ELLING HOUSES,
with shops, situated in Chuch-lane, Whitechapel. A
with blacksmith’s shop, cow-sheds, yards, Ac., situated near tho
turupikc at Upper Clapton, in the county of Middlesex, and
TWO COTTAGES WITH GARDENS,
situated near the Greyhound, at West Ham, in tho county of
Essex. The LEASEHOLD PORTION
SPACIOUS W HARF, WITH WAREHOUSE AND PREMISES,
situated in Narrow-street, Limehousc.
in Seabright-street, Bethnal Green.
FIV E DWELLING HOUSES
in Kiug-strect, Commerclal-rorMi, St. George’s-hi-the-East. An
ANNUITY OF £5 0 ,
pavable during the lives of two ladies, aged respectively about 57
and 65. And a DW ELLING HOUSE,
with cow yard, sheds, &c., in Lawrence-street, Chelsea, adjoining
the Cross Keys public-house mentioned above. The whole is in
the occupation of a respectable tenantry, and produces a rental
approaching £1,200 PER ANNUM.
More detailed advertisements will appear w'hen the surveys have
been completed, and further information in the mean time may
be obtained of George Tampliu, Esq., solicitor, No. 159, Fcnchurch-
street; and of M essrs, Shuttleworth and 8on«, No. 28, Poultry.
in illllK g J U U I i U 1 U I W . - -m im j u w •t i i n u u ,.j , ------n ,L
nants ; and pLrticulars had of John Otway, Esq., »
ford ; at Garraway's ; aud at the offices of Mcst*.
Clark, ar.d Lye, Lancaster-place, Strand.
Isle of Wight.*—The late Sir Richard Bassett’s Esta
the parishes of Shaiflcot, Mottiston, Brixton, Cai
port, and Whipplngham, containing together aboi
and producing a rental of nearly £1,200 ner aur.u
e s s r s . f a r e b r o t h e r , c l A t
arc instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at '
Newport, on Saturday, May 20 (under an order of t
of Chanrory, made in a cause of 4 1 Ward v Basset* i
One for Two, in Lota, the important and highly valu
of the late Sir Richard Bassett, situate in tho Isle <
prising the several parishes of Mottiston, Shalfleet, i
with good buildings, recently thoroughly repaired, i
principally arahle laud, let to Mr. Booker ; a
COTTAGE AND GARDEN, let to John C
LITTLE MOTTISTON FARM,
with family residence, gardens, offices, &cM and 248
and pasture land, in the occupation of Mr. Jessett;
GREAT MOTTISTON MANOR FAR
with extensivo offices, and 424 acres of arable, pas
land, in the occupation of Mrs. Brown ; sundry
COTTAGES AND PLOTS OF ACCOMMODA
in and close to the village of Mottiston, let to &
Backctt. Waterman, Cooper, Dore, and others; a
known as CHILTON,
containing 230 aercs of pasture and arable land, se'
which are eligible for the erection of villas, being c
ar.d the picturesquo village of Brixton, let to Mr. V
MOTTLSTON M ILL FARM,
in the occupation of Mr. Whitcwood; a valuable
ENCLOSURE OF MEADOW LA XI
situate at the new village in the parish of Corn
Newport, well adapted for building purposes, let t<
DWELLING-HOUSE AND SHOP
situate 114, Pyle-street, Newport, let to Mr. Geoi
eetate known as BLACK BUSH FARM,
near to Osborne, about two miles from Newpor
East Cewes ar.d Rydo, containing 54 acres, extendii
River, offering most eligible sites for the erection
perish of Whippingbam, let, except the wood, to ]
The whole estate comori*rs an area of about
ONE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND El
and produces a yearly rental of v early
ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED POUNDS
— Particulars and plans may be had at the place of
veral inns at East and West Cowes, Ryde, Bri:
water ; 6f Frederick Blake, Esq., solicitor, N
Wight ; of Messrs. Meyuell anil Copleston, solicito
place, Trafal^ar-squarc; and at the offices of Mess
Clark, and Lye, 6, Lancaster-placc, Strand.
Capital Furniture and Effects, 34, Upper II
R. ELGOOD w ill SELL, on Ti
May 16, and following day, at Twelv
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE • including the usi
l>est and secondary bedroom articles, drawing
window' curtains, chairs, sofas, k c ., In bluo silk
wood, a variety of olegant tables and cabinets in ¦
Sic., Florentine and marble-top tables, large ¦
chandeliers, portfolio stand, a few ornamental itei
Turkey carpets, set of dining tables, carvod sir
tables, sarcophagus, k c ., twenty-four chairs ai
open bookcase*, folding and cheval screens, scrv
glass, hall furniture, domestic requisites, ^c.—Id
day prior. Catalogues of Mr. Boyd, upholder, Uf
street; and at Mr. Elgood’s ofllccs, 08, Wimpolc-i
Residence to lie Sold or Let.
Surrey.—Sturtwood Farm, Nowdigate, a Freehc
Acres of superior Meadow and Arabic Land, 6 m
Station, about 8 miles from Rcigatc and Red)
Building Ground near Dorking.
| H R . JAMES W H IT E will SELLb
at the Auction Mart. London, on Thui
Twelve, a desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE. Lorn
called STURTWOOD FARM, situate at Newdi
within two hours’ journey ef London, consisti
nearly one-fourth of which is excellent meadov
fence, well timbered, and comprising a large
house, two barns, stables, feediug sheds and yore
able farm buildings, and a bailiff’s cottage on the
of the farm has been tile drained. It Is uow in
the vendor, and immediate possession may bo hat
freehold land, containing 2 acres and 3 roods,
Common, about three miles from Dorking,
l>eautiful prospect, aiul offering a desirable site f
one or moro villas ; and also another piece of A t
taining 1 acre and 21 porches, situate on Bln
about four miles from Dorking, and five miles fin
above property can now be viewed, and particula:
bo bad of C. J. Graham, Esq., solicitor, 3, F
Tomnle, London; at tho Auctien M art; and c
Dorking, or by post.
Literary Sale Rooms.—The Conway I
LEW IS respectfully begs to
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and the public generally, that the SALE of this
most extensive LIBRARY will take place in thei
day, May 30, and twenty-five following days (Si
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lowing booksellers :— London : Mr. Boone, 1
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