1822, English, Book edition: Volume No. 15,665

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  • Volume No. 15,665
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  • New South Wales : [two balls on the occasion of the visit of Captain Gambier and officers of His Majesty's Ship Dauntless, Sydney, July 1821]
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  • New South Wales : [two balls on the occasion of the visit of Captain Gambier and officers of His Majesty's Ship Dauntless, Sydney, July 1821]
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  • M' - V •vs EDINBURGH— MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1822. Price *Vd. No. 15.6(35. EXHIBrnON OF DRAWINGS, IN WATER COLOURS. ON Friday the Ist of February next there will opened, In the Gallon Convening Room, Waterloo Place, an EXHIBITION of PAINTINGS by H. W. WILLIAMS, from Drawings chiefly Coloured on the spot, of some of the most interesting Scenes in Greece, the lonian Isles, Sjtily, &c. . Open from nine in the morning till dusk. Admittance Two Shillings. Tickets for the Season, Five Shillings, As it is wished that rhis Exhibition may be useful to those who are engaged in Classical Studies, admittance will be given to ail Young Persons at One Shi ling. PHILHARMONIC DINNER. HpHOSE Gentlemen who have accepted the -fi- inv.ration to this Dinner are requested to call tor their Tickers at Messrs Gow & Son's, (JO. Prince’s Street, as 11 Q money will he taken,at the door, nor will any person be admitted mitted without a ticket upon any account. Thistle Street Rooms, Jan. 28. 'TO BE LENT, On Heritable Security, ONE THOUSAND POUNDS STERLING. Apply to Roderick Mackenzie, W. S. 41 , Queen ‘ WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, 12, Hanover Street, 26th Jan, 1822. ■WIT TE.NNANt*, b e in#about to retire fro m * $ * his present business, will dispose of his SLOCK at very Reduced Prices, viz.— WINES. 1815, PORT — excellent quality, 425. per") included, in dozen . . • j quantities, not 1820, Do.—36s. do. . . r under 3 dozens, SHERRY-r-40s, 445., very superior 465. f for Ready ‘TEHERIFEE—superior old, 425. . I Money on i y . CAPE—22s. to 28*. J * 1 SPIRITS and MALT LIQUORS in proportion. N. B.—The PREMISES so long, occupied by hin\, cpn,si.stjng jng of a Large Shop, Counting Rooms, Spacious Vdu!ts y Bo (tiehouses, houses, and with an Area behind,, havjng free access from Rose Street— To Let. Immediate entry may be had, if required—Apply at the Shop. ON SALE, Landing cx Lc/psk Packet from Rotterdam, Butch cheese, edam, gouda, and RANTER DUTCH FLAX,/32t0/45 per Mat. Apply to JAMES EDINGFON, Bell’s Court, Quality Street. Leith, January 24. 1822. Who has also for Sale, Dublin and Belfast.prime. MESS JIiSEF.In Tierces, Belfast tweet cured HAfViS and prime BACON, SICILY SHUMAC. PUBLIC SALE OF AMERICAN TIMBER. To be Solo by auction, on Tuesday 29(h instant, at tvydve o’clock, in a Yard opposite tlie eastmost Glasshouses, Leith, 11.000 T7EET YELLOW PINE, ■per the JL Prince Willi on, from Tutmagpushe, Nova Scotia* and, on rhe Sands, 4000 Feet YELLOW FINE, far the Sir J. H. Craig, from Mira mk hi. r J'he sale to commence in the Wood Yard. JAMES DUNCAN & CO. Brokers. Leith, 12th January 1822. PUBLIC SALE OF MAHOGANY & ROSEWOOD. To be exposed to public in a Yard, Assembly Street’ Leith, on Friday Ist February next, at 12 o’clock, 39 T OGS HONDURAS MAHOGANY, ij 43 LOGS ST DOMINGO Ditto. 7 PLANKS ROSEWOOD, Considered to be a good assortment. JAMES DUNCAN & CO. Brokers. Leith, 24th January 1822. STREET, possessed by Mr Galli, being the southmost . vv * a ' f reverie a otreet. house on the third flat, entering from the said common stain, ~ and containing the same accommodation. Rent 1..35.—Feu HOUSE IN PRINCE’S STREET, duty L. 4. Price L.3B(X To be Sold by public roup, on Wednesday the 30th Janu4th, 4th, That DWELLING HOUSE^HOWE STREET, ary 1822,* within rite- Royal Exchange Coffeehouse, at HORSES FOR SALE, At Hillside, close to Aberdour, Fife. T _ till, lUdl DVI riKijmulivy'UOTa u. %/ u cjs, j', ■ J ' ■ o - Ist A BAY GELDING, a Yorkshire Horse, being the «ootfenir into a public hotel. The house is very commodious, in Both are warranted, sound-rtheir lowest \A\ce ib ipr e .

    , 4th, with one cellar.—Rent L. 50. Feu and Fridays, from one to three o’clock, and will be disposed dour at two o clock p. m. . 4 . , price L 550. of by private bargain, betwixt and the dav of sale, if ourcha- of by private bargain, betwixt and the day of sale, if purchasers sers iodine. For farther particulars apply to Messrs Youngs, Aytoun, and Rutherford, W. S. 39. Frederick Street. L-4 10s. Price 1.550. HARDWARE GOODS. To be fio.tD. by public auction, in that Shop, 271. High Street, front of the Royal Exchange, .on Wednesday the 30th January nuary current, at twelve o'clock noon, rpHE. whole STOCK of IRONMONGERY A GOODS in said Shop, being part of the sequestrated estate, of John Bruce, hardware merchant there. The goods may be seen at the shop on tlie day of sale, and two preceding days, and will be exposed in one lot at a price at least 40 per cent, below the valuation of a person in trade. A purchaser will he accommodated with the use of the Shop for three months after the day of the sale, for disposal, of rhd goods. For further particulars application may be made to James A. Cheyne, accountant, 71, Prince’s Street, trustee on the sequestrated estate. Edinburgh, Jan. 18. 1822. HOUSE AT THE LOWER END OF CATHERINE STREET FOR SALE. To be Sold by public roup, within the Royal Exchange Coffeehouse, Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 30th day of January 1,822, at half-past one o’clpck afternoon, GRASS PARKS. To be Let, by private bargain, for the season 1822, mi-IE GRASS PARKS at BARNTON, as JL now divided into Eleven Inclosures, varying in size from six to ninety acres, and extending in all to 280 acres Scotch measure. Apply to Messrs Gibson, Christie, and AYafdLyy, St Andrew's drew's Street, Edinburgh; or to George Whittet, factor at Barnton. , January 22. 1822. To be Sold by public roup, within the Royal Exchange Coffeehouse, feehouse, Edinburgh, on Tuesday the sth day of February 1822, at two o’clock afternoon, (if not previously disposed of by private bargain), Ist, nnHAT TENEMENT in DAVIE’S JL S TREET, near Richmond Street, situated next to. Dr M‘Crie s .Church, and consisting of a Baker’s Shop, wjth Bakehouse and Oven behind, and three Flats above the shop, each flat containing four apartments, besides closets, and divided into two lo igings.—Rem LT76 10*. —Feu-duty L. 2 12s. .6d.-rPricfiL.-900.- DR JAMES S ANALEPTIC PILLS, 17 ROM their tendency to promote the natural ‘ “ 7 ■i. Secretions, are the be- Remedy for. Ciiliis, Khcum-a- ’jf w uhed by intending purchasers,, the shop, with the tisms. Slight Fevers am) af, those Disorders wmcb ansa bakehouse ami oven, and each flit or halt flat, will be from obstructed perspiration, so common m a changeable Hi.. exposed and told separately, mate. They are excellent for Headache and Indigestion; . rwTniVAn-MoviPMTt.. iirewlo c-i and for Gouty,BHious, or other Complaints of the Stomach DOUBLE 1 in BURN oS I FEI, and Bowels, too often the consequence of Free Living. As a, Ll’.l (H, possessed hy Mr Melville, ami others, containing general Family, Medicine they have no-equal and m par- four Dwelling-houses, each consisting, of three rooms, kit-, ticularly convenient for persons travelling, being, mild in their then, and other conveniences, there is a bleaching green operation, and not requiring any confinement. belonging to the property, which contains a pump well ot The Anakptic Pills cuntinue to be prepared by Messrs excellent water. Rent L. 51. Feu-duty L 7 10j. i ncc Ncyv.bery from the only Recipe existing under Dr Jewess . , ... JianP and are sold by them It the Original Warehouse for 1 his J,ot will also be exposed separably*, each dwelling- Dr James’s Powder, No. 45, in St Pam’s Church Yard-, Lon- house by itself, it wished by mtemiing purchasers, dob ; and by Scon and Qtr, ICO, South Bridge; Thomson,’ 3d, That DWELLING-HOUSE at S 3, Prince’s Street; Smith, 37. Mopcrleff - and Cooper, 17,,. South Forth Street* Nor th Leith, pref*tntly possessed by Mrs and at Apothecaries’ Hall, North Bridge; ManCtrston, Rose Knox, entering by the main door, and consisting of duflng- S reet; Baxter, '.Sonth Bridge. Edinburgh. room, parlour, two bed rooms,, kitchen, cJoseu, &c. with As Counterfeits are frequently off red for sale, purchasers 'hack green and cellarage in front. Rent L. 30. Feu duty L. 3 must observe the Genuine have the name “ F. Newbery” Price.L.3Bo. engraved in the Black Stamp on each Box. , 4th, That TENEMBNT of LAND, RAEBURN PLACE, Stockbridge,.Edinburgh, possessed, by Mr John Hay. and others, consisting of three flats, each cpntaining.three rooms, kitchen, and bed closets, with other conveniences. Rent L. 54. Feu dutyL.il. Price L. 540. This Lot will also be exposed separately, each flat by itself, if wished by intending purchasers. EILOUS PILLS. PREPARED by F. NEWBERY and SONS, and sold by them at the original •warehouse fur Dr yamefs Poxvdfr, No. 45, St Paul’s, London, in boxes, price 2s. 6J. eaph- These pills arc a modern invention, formed upon the improved state of medical science, by an eminent physician, ■who has used them in his practice with the greatest success In the cure of bilious disorders. They operate principally as a purgative and deobstruent; promoting the proper action of the liver in the Secretion of bile, correcting it when in a vitiated state, and removing all obnoxious matter with which the. stomach and bowels are oppressed. Thus they prove an excellent remedy for indigestion, sick headachs, loss of appetite, costiveness, and flatulencies, arising from acrimonious nious humours, or from bilious, gouty, or nervous affections. Sold by Scott and Orr, 100, South Bridge; Thomson, 33, Prince’s Street; Smith, 37 ; Mpncrieff and Cooper, I" ; and at Apothecaries’ Hall, North Bridge; Manderston, Rose •Street; Baxter, South Bridge, Edinburgh. w Observe Mr Newbery’s name engraved in the stamp. Assembly. XING'S ACCESSION. npiTERE will be an ASSEMBLY in (be Rnoms -5. in, o«orge Street, upon TUESDAY EVENING.the 29,th January 132, 2, being in honour of the Anniversary of his Majesty’s Accession. To commence at Ten.o'Clockr* The Right Hotjour,a.bie t-he CQUNTESS o,f MORTON, Lady Directress lor the Evening. Tickets, Five Shillings. N. B, —Subscription Tickets are not received at this Assembly. sembly. EX PENSIVE SALE OF MUSIC & SECOND-HAND PIANO .FORTES BY AUCTION. TTET'OOD, SMALL, & CO. continue- their * SALE for Two Days-longer > at their late Warehouse* No. 13. Leith Street, from eleven to four o’clock, and in the evening from six to eight. New Warehouse,,l2*.Watch 100 Place, 1 January ,23.1,322. .... f NOT ICE T O CREDI TORS. npHE Creditors of ROBERT SHAW, late &- Shipmaster in Dunbar, are hereby informed, that a DlvLion of the Funds, arising-from the Sa’w g£ the. Sloop Farmer mer (the only fund), is to take place on Monday the Ilth day of March next ; and that those who neglect to lodge their claims (after this s-cond intimation), with oaths of verity thereon, in the hands of the Trustee, on or before the Ist day of March next, will be cut off from any participation m said division. (Signed) C. MIDDLEMASS, Trustee. Dunbar, January .2(3. . 182.2 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE BARGAIN, That dwelling-house. No. s, MIN TO STREET, NEWINGTON, with ‘ample accommodation for a large family, a good Garden, and every convenience*. ,-•••. • vr n . 6 Hup* Particulars may be learned at the house, or at No. 2, Hunters ters Square. TO BE SOLD, A LARGE TENEMENT of HOUSES, and XjL a MEETING-HOUSE, presently possessed; by the Original Congregation, sitttat.esLoffi. the. High Street,, and entering by Gray’s, *ui4Ski.finer’s-Closes, U consists of t wo flats.of dwelling, houses, containing 13 apartments, with a fire place to .each ;fhe size of the Meeting-House 45 by 39 feet, height 20 feet; it has two fire places, is well lighted, and will hold about 400 or 500 persons; if measures outside 58 by 41 feet ; the present rental is about 1..90 pit* annum, and by a -little outlay it may produce a considerable sum more. There is no public burdens;on; the property, :u; The above tenement is well adapted for societies or public meetings. Apply to. John Laing, Wright, Young Street. James Wilson, son, shoemaker, Skinner’s Close, will show the premises. Physicians’ prescriptions- and Medicinal preparations are carefully made*up and dispensed, under their immediate personal sonal superintend anc«*i j As SCOTT & ORR have rro connection with any shop in Edinburgh, in the Drug line, (hey request their Friends will have the goodness t 6 address their orders to No. 100, South Bridge Street, Edinburgh, to which every attention will be paid. There is no public burdens; on; the property*. DR SOLANDER’S ENGLISH TEA r I he above tenement is well adapted for societies or ITS highly approved and recommended by the pubaic meetings, . v ' T . most eminent Physicians as a nutritious breakfast. In Apply ta..iolin Lamg, wrig it. A oung Street, lames W.l- Ncrvous , m and Consumptive Cornson, son, shoemaker, Skinner . Close, will .how the premises. platet>i and . where the Constitution is relaxed, this celebrated *“ ' " ' TEA is peculiarly efficacious. By promoting gentle perspi- DWELLING HOUSES ration, and purifying the blood, it assuages the excruciating * N _ pains of Gout and Rheumatism, and gives vigour to the DUBLIN STREET AND HOWE STREET, System when impaired by free living, a residence in Tropical To he Sold by public roup, within the Royal F.xchange Cof- Climates, or at;er the Measles, Small-pox, and violent feehouse, Edinburgh, on Monday the 4th day of February, Coughs. at two o’clock afternoon, if not piewously disposed of by pri- Sold in packets at 2s. 9d. and Canisters at 10s. 6J. by •vate bargain, Messrs Newbcry, 45, St Paul’s Church-yard, London; ni'UJ AT T\WT7f t IMP Q also by Scott and Orr, 100, South Bridge ; Smith, 37, Mon. Ist, I 11A I DW L LLINCj-HUUoL, INI), o, crlefF and Cooper, 17, and at Apothecaries hall, North -iL DUBLIN STREET* entering from the street Bridge; Manderston, Ruse Street; Thomson, 33, Prince’s hy the main door, possessed by Mr Fraser, consisting of two Street; and Baxter, Sooth Bridge, Edinburgh ; Abbey 89 sunk and dining-room and drawing room stories, with wa- & M'Niell, SO, Trongate, Glasgow. rpr-closets, &c. Rent L.loo.—Feu-duty L. 14. Upset price XQ BE SOLD, „ , r,M .. iMirnr t tj/yttpr I- T'i TT D T TXT ’ 2d, That DWELLING-HOUSE, also in DUBLIN rinn 4 T />Ammnrl!niu! unnen "kt in c't* STREET, presently possessed by Mr Elhott, being, the commodious xiOUSE, No. 39, ST ivorthmo.se house on the third flat, entering from the common JOHN Si REE I, containing Dining-room, 22 by 17 stair, No. 10, and consisting of three rooms, kitchen, water- feet, and Defect high, Drawing-room 24 by 18, and i3£ high, closet, &c. wi'.h one cellar—Rent L.4o.—feu-dutv L. 4, Price other Fire Rooms, Garrets, Kitchen, Cellars, Back Court, 4OO Water Pipe, &c. &c. ' 3d, That other DWELLING-HOUSE, also in DUBLIN *° MeMrs Thonwoas and Flemio «* ■d'l’biiiJT k.t radH h.inn fho son*kmrtet vv. o, ti. c reveries oireet. 7th, That other DWELLING-HOUSE, also in HOWE s STREE T* possessed by Mr Christie, being: the, nacchmast half of the third flat* entering from the said common stair, a and containing superior ( accommodation to lot 4ch, with one cellar.—Rent L.3G., Fc.u L. 4 10f. Price L. 500.. S’h, 'That other DWf:L.LING-HOU-SE, also in HOtWE S TREE T, possessed by Mrs Stewart, being the southmost f] half of the third flat, entering from the said common stair, and containing the same accommodation as lot 4th, with one cellar.—Rent L. 36. Feu L. 4. Price L. 500. . Considerable accommodation will’be given as to the term of payment of the prices, and the tenants will shew the premises which they respectively occupy. Apply to Greig and Peddie, W, S. No. 8, Abercromby Place. This definable subject is part of the Urge corner Tenement ment which looks directly down Leith Walk, commanding also a view, of the Frith, with the coast of Fife; and from the opening of the new London road, and tlie fine streets adjoining thereto, its,value may be expected to rise. DWELLING-HOUSES IN DAVIE’S STREET, EDINBURGH, BURGH, AND IN LEITH, HILLHOUSEFIELD NEAR LEITH, SIOCKBRIDGE, and DUDDiNGSFONE. SFONE. Apply to Alexr. Forman, accountant, 136, Prince’s Street; or David Greig, W. S. 1. Forth Street. LANDS NEAR DOLLAR ACADEMY, AND HOUSE AND GARDEN AT RATHO, FOR SALE. There will be exposed to Sale by public roup, within the Royal Exchange Coffeehouse, Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 30th day oi January 1822, at one o’clock afternoon, I. r |PHAT PARK and PENDICLE called -iL KASTBURN, containing about 6£ acres, Scots measure, lying a iiitle ,t end of the rural village of Radio, 1 near to the banks of the Union Canal, and seven miles west from Edinburgh. These subject* are, respectively, well adapted either for a retreat during dimmer, or a permanent retirement. Apply; to Alex .i Forman, .accountant, 116, Prince’s Street; or. John Forman, W. S. 27. Great King Street. UNDER THE'PROTECTION- OF GOYERNMEN I', BY ROYAL LETTERS PA TENT, c* RANTED 10 ROBERT FORD, for his ’hew a p»aa of the lane.. VJF Medicine, uni serially known by the title »f Pectoral ■ j _ BALSAM oLHOREHDUND, and Great Restorative Me-: FOR CORNS, BUNIONS. &c. sth, That COTTAGE in the VILLAGE of DUDDING- S TONE, situated behind the Manse, presently posse&oed by Sc Andrew Ward, Esq. and consisting of ,dining-room, drawingroom, room, two bed-rooms, light and dark bedvdoset, kitchen, and a great many other conveniences. There is a neat fl ivver plot in front, and a garden and bleaching green behind. The premises are well supplied with water, and are in every respect spect well adapted for the country residence of a genteel family. mily. Rent L. 31 10s. Feu duty L 3. Price L. 475. Considerable accommodation will be granted in paying the prices, and the tenants will shew the premises which they respectively occupy; but the lot No. 5, wiil only bU seen on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from eleven forenoon to one afternoon. Apply to Messr# Greig and Peddle, W, S. 8, Abercromby Pike. NEW FRESH STOCK. GIRDWOOD and THOMSON, Wholesale and retail woollen drapers, 381, 111 Gif STREET, BEG leave tn intimate, to their Wholesale and Retail Customers, that thev have ju*t go; to hand a new fresh Stock of WOOLLEN DRAPERY and COTTON TON GOODS, carefully selected by A. Thomson in Engl

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