CARNARVONSHlRE. ——* w, TO BE LET, AN excellent MANSION, calied Bennarlh, situate one mite trom Conway, suitable for a large family, with appropriate Offices of every description wallet] gardens and orchards, plant- ed with choice fruit trees, in full bearing; hot- houses, pinery, melon groand, farm-yard and •^buiidi.ngs, and 131 acres of Land. HclÍllartlr commands a beautiful view of the bay, hvèr, and country adjacent. The premises are in complete repair, and the lands in the (rest tate of cultivation. Immediate possession may i?3e had. Alexander Tate, gardener, attBenGarth, ti shew the premises, and for terms of Jetting further particulars, apply to Mr. ROBINSON, No. 1, Carey-street, Lincoln's Ion Fields, (if by letter, post paid.) t MERIONETHSHIRE. Capital Navy Timber. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At thet Golden Lion Inn, in Dolgetley, on Tuesday the 23d day of March, 1813, between the hour* of 3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions: LOT I. | ONE Hundred and Five OAK TREES, scribe-marked, on Aber-serw 5?arn>, iifthe parish of Llauddwywe. ijOT It. 76 OAK TREES, also scribe-marked, on the same Farm. I,OT III. 98 OAK TREES, and 17 CYPHERS, scribc- marked, on Cae-cyrrach Farm, in the parish of Trawsfynydd. The-abova Trees are of very large dimensions, perfectly sound, and convenient for carriage, being close to the Turnpike road leading from Dolgelley to Trawsfynydd, and within 5 miles of Maes y-garnedd, where the Barmouth river is navigable. The tenants will shew the Timber, and further particulars may be had of Messrs. JÓNES and WILLIAMS. Solicilors, Dolgelley. CARNARVONSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, r|^HAT eligible TENEMENT and LANDS, X with the COTTAGES and BUILDINGS thereto belonging, situate lying and being in the parish of Llandwrog,in the county of Carnarvon, called and known by the name of Hafod y coed, containing about 38 acres, now in the occupation of Elizabeth Evans and others, as tenants at will, at the yearly rent of £ 47 5s That TENEMENT aud LANDS, situate lying and being in the said parish of Llandwrog, called aad known by the name of Gilwem, containing about 24 acres, now in the occupation of Ann Hughes, widow, aged 64 years, by virtue of a lease for her life. And that TENEMENT and LANDS, with the COTTAGES thereto belonging, situate lying and being in the said parish of Liandwrog, called and known by the name of Pen'rallt, now in the oc- cupation of John Evans aud others, as tenants at will. Hafod y coed is within about four miles of the town of Carnarvon, a pleasant place for a person desirous of having a sitaation to build a house for a residence near a good marrket town, it. ad- joins the road leading to the village of Llanllyf- lit, the land is arable, and capable of great im. provement, at a small expense. Gilwern is within less than a quarter of a mile of Hafod y coed, it commands an extensive view of Carnarvon Bar and the Island of Anglesey it is a very fertile place for the growth of Trees, it adjoins the well wooded Demesne of John Griffith, of Tryfan, Esq. The occupiers of these Farms have an unlimit- cd right of common upon the valuable Sheepwalk called Cilgwyu Common, For further particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN EVANS, Solicitor, Carnarvon, who will direct a proper person to shew the premises. CARNARVON, NORTH WALES. TO BE LET, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY, Or to be Sold by Private Contract, THAT Modem-built and well finished Ja. DWELLING-HOUSE, situate in High street, in the town of Carnarvon, consisting of. on the ground floor, two parlour* in front, one 20 feet by 17 feet, and the other 16 feet t> inches, by 16 feet 3 inches; a back parlour, or servants' ki all,, M feet 3 inches by 8 feet 4 inches a pantry &ud.ci laige kitchen, with cellars under the whole. Above stairs., first, tea room, 26 feet 6 inches, by IT feet 4 inches, a bed roam, 16 feet 10 inches, by 16 feet, a.,il a dressing rooU) adjoining, II feet 8 inches by 6 feet 10 inches., and two other good bedrooms.—second floor, five large bed rooms, IS well finished as the rooms below, with garrets the whole bouse. And abou-t ten acres of good arable Land, in a high state of cultivation, within about half a mile of the town of Carnarvon, being part of a Farm calied Tyddyn Llwydyn, new in the occupation of Mr. George Bettiss. The above Dwelling-house is in an airy and Pleasant part of the town, within about thirty yards of the much admired Walk upon the Quay. There is an extensive view of the River Meuai, the Bar, and the Island of Anglesey, from the IIpper windows the beach near the town has been lately cleared, and made a convenient bath. ng place. There are most pleasant and delightful walks &sd rides near the town of Carnarvon, and the river Menai is safe and convenient for a pleasure boat. This town is within nine miles of Bangor- ferry, five miles of Llanberris Lakes, six miles of the foot of Snowdon. and twelve miles of the romantic Vale of Beddgelart. The market is well supplied with fish, by several trawl boats belong- ing to the port. For further particulars, apply at Mr. EVAUS'S Uwse, Carnarvon. MORFA DINAS D1NLLE INCLOSURE. N «- JVotice is hereby Given, H A T certain Allotments, being Parts and A Parcels of the above Commons and Marsh Lands, situate in the several parishes of Llan- dwrog, Llanwnda, and Llanfaglan, in the county of Carnarvon, will be SOLD by AUCTION, at the house of Mr. George Bettiss, known by the name of the Sportsman Inn, in the town of Car- narvon, on Thursday the first day of April next, for the purpose of defraying the charges and ex- pences of carrying the Act of Parliament, made for the inclosing and embanking of the same, into execution, O. A. POOLE, ? AND \V.«. GRIFFITH, Clerks to the Commissioners. Cai-nai-vom, 13tlt Feb. 1813. ANGLESEY. CAPITAL ESTATES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Bull's Head Inn, in the town of Llangeflli, in the county of Anglesey, on Friday, the 26th day of March, 1813, between the hows of tltree and a o clock in the afternoon of the same day, subject to such conditions as Ûmllbethen and there produced, unless disposed of in the inean time by private contract, of which due notice teill be given:- ALL that capital and eligible MESSUAGE, FARM, and LAN DS, situate in the parish of Ltangeinwen, in the county of Anglesey, call- edCelJiniog, otherwise Cetliniog-Goch, now in the occupation of Lewis Jones, containing by admeasnrenient, 65a. Or. Op. All that delightful MESSUAGE, FARM, and LA N DS, situate in the parish of Trcfdraeth, in the said county of Anglesey, called Berth hwfa, now in the occupation of Richard Hughes, con- taining by admeasurement, 29a. Or. Op. Celliniog is situate on the banks of the Menai, with in a quarter of a mile- of Talyfoel-Ferry, opposite to the beautiful and capita! market town and muchadmired Castle of Carnarvon, of which, and the Carnarvonshire Mountains, as also Carnarvon bay, it possesses a most, grand and picturesque view: the land is in a high state of cultivation, aud abounds with lime, marl, and sea sand. Berth Hwfa is four miles distant from the town of Carnarvon, and four from Ltangefiii, aud by the recent effectual repairs of Maildraeth Cob, its communication with Talyfoel-ferry is render- ed safe and easy at all times. The land is of ex- cellent tliiatity, in a high state of cultivation, and conveniently situate for manure. The bet- ter opinion is that there is a Stratum of Coal under this tenement, as there is an extensive colliery opened upon the adjoining farm. A considerable part of the purchase money, may remain OR mortgage-, if agreeable to the purchaser. Further particulars may te had by applying to Mr. Glynne Griffith, Solicitor, Bodegroes, Pwllheli, or at his Office in Carnarvon,, where plans of the Estate may be seen. To Ship Builders, 4c. CAPITAL OAK, ASH, AND ELM TIMBER, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. TITTERTON, At the George Inn, in Burton-on-Trent, in the county of Stafford, on Monday, the 22d day of March, 1813, at three o'clock in the. afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be tlien pro- duced, in tlte following Lots :— LOT I. IjlLEVEN Hundred and Ninety-three OAK Li TIMBER TREES, 90 ASH and ELM, of which No. 1 to 516 with the Ash and Elm are now standing and growing on lands at 13eiitilee, in the occupation of Mr. Jos. Walkeden, and Mr. George Hall, and the remainder of the lot num- bered from 516 to 1193 are standing in the Birch- wood Coppice, near Abbot's Bromley, in the county of Stafford. Mr. Walkeden, of Bentilee, Abbot's Bromley, and Mr. Geo. Hall, of the Birchwood, will shew this lot. IjOT II. 937 OAK TIMBER TREES, 67 ASH and ELM, of which from No. 1194 to 1841 are stand- ing and growing in the Birchwood Coppice, the remainder of the lot with the Ash and Elm, on lands in the several occupations of G. Jackson, William Charles, Çharle Brown. Mary Dawson, George Hacket, James Wood, Frederick Wigan, aud Thomas Wittott, of Abbot's Bromley afore- said. Mr. George Hall will shew the Uirchwood, and the respective tenants the remainder of this lot. LOT III. 743 OAK TIMBER TREES, numbered 1 to 743, now standing and growing in Hitchiuhill Coppice. I.OT IV. 1181 OAK TIMBER TREES, numbered I to 1181 Bow standing and growing in Brocton Cop- pice, and 00 Cannock Chace. LOT V. 1470 OAK TIMBER TREES, now standing and growing in Haywood Park. Mr. Joseph Palmer, of Rugeley, will shew the three last lots. The Timber in the two first lots is growing upon lands within one mile of Abbot's Bromley, and adjoining the turnpike road to Uttoxeter, &c. Lot 3 is one mile from Rugeley, and 8 miles from Stafford. Lots 4 and 5 are 6 miles from Rugeley, and 3 miles from Stafford. Lots 3, 4, and 5, are adjoining the turnpike road to Stone, Stafford, Rugeley, &c. atid within one mile of the Grand Trunk Canal. The Trees in the different lots are blazed and numbered with a scribe. The Oak Trees are of the best quality and large dimensions, and well adapted for the Navy. Further particulars may be known by applica- tion to Mr. Fowler, Solicitor, Burton-oa-Trent, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Ai Holyhead, on Tuesday, the 23rd day of March inst. precisely at 1 1 o'clock, itv^ The fast-sailing CUTTER, DAMDEN, (Late an Express Packet ) Burthen fifty-four tons per register. She has lately undergone a thorough repair, and is completely found in sails and rigging, and is well worth attention where dispatch is necessary. For particulars, apply to Mr. EDWARD JONES shipwright; and Mr. CHARD, sail-maker, Ho- lyhead. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Vaynol Arms, in the city of Bangor, on Friday the 2d day of April, 1813, at 3 o'clock in the aftcrnoQii, subject to such conditions as shall be them akd there produced ALL that MESSUAGE, TENEMENT and LANDS, with the Appurtenances, in the parish of Bangor, called Tynewydd, now or late in the occupation of 1\1rs: Waterson, containing by admeasurement 14a, Jr. 29p, or thereabouts. Thisliouse hasbeen lately very milch improved & beaiJiiiied,it stands in a beautiful situation near Pentir, commands a most extensive view of the town of Beaumaris, Beaumaris Bay, and the Carnarvonshire Hills, and is a very desirable re- sidence for a small genteel family distant four miles from Bangor, and 8 from Carnarvon im- mediate possession may he had. The DWELLING-HOUSE or COTTAGE, and Garden, with 'he Appurtenances adjoining the above lot, called Llannerch bach, in (lieoccu- pation of Lucy Thomas, as tenant from year to year. A DWELLING-HOUSE, situate at the mar- ket-place, at Bangor aforesaid, i/i the occupation of John Huinphreys, Gardener, with the Shed behind. A MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, in the market-place aforesaid, in the occupation of Robert Roberts, Labourer. These premises are held by lease under the Right Hon. Lady Penrhyn, dated the 16th day of November, 1807, for three lives, then of the respective ages of 4, 3, and 2 years, which lease contains a covenant, that in case all or any of the lives should happen to die before the expiration of ten years from the date thereof,, that a new life or lives may be inserted withoutanv line. All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, (formerly a Chapel) with the Garden and two Cottages thereunto belonging and ad- joining, cilLed l'yddyn yr Order, near Bangor aforesaid the said Chapel is now used as a Barn, and well adapted for erecting a Thrashing Ma- chine, for the use of the neighbouring farmers and. tythe lakel s. Also the HOUSE adjoining the Mitre Inn, in the centre of the city of Bangor, now in the oc- cupation of Mr. Broster, consisting of two par- lours, two kitchens, cellars and pantry upon the ground flour four rooms upon the second floor; four excellent, garrets large yard enclosed by convenient offices and a garden, together with the building now occupied as a Printing-Office; and possession may be had at May lIext, if re- quired. Also the HOUSE and YARD adjoining, on the west side, subject to (he life of (he present occupier, Mrs. Parry, aed 72 years. These P/enlists extend 88 feet in front, paral- lel with (lie street, and are Nrelt situate for any public business. Forfurfhu (wrticulars apply at the Register Office, Bangor. ANGLESEY. TO HE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Bull's Head Inn, in the town of Llangefni, on Friday, the aQUi day o illarch instant, be- tween the. hours of d and 0 o'clock in the after- noon, subject to such conditions as shall be then and there (unless previously disposed oj • in the mean tiltce by. private contract, of tvhich due notice will Le given J the following Freehold Estates. Lots Parish. Farms. Tenants. Acreage. Rents. I A. R. r. X. s. d. W. r. r. £ S. d. 1. Llechjiched, Cefn ysgwyddisaf, Richard Roberts, 40 0 0 40 0 0 2. Ditto Tyddyn y Berth,. Peter Jones. 22 0 0 30 0 0 3. Ditto. A Cottage, John Roberts. 1 0 0 3 10 0 4. Ditto Ditto William Griffith,. 1 0 0 3 10 0 j 5. j Ditto. Ditto. John Williams..1 0 oj 1 1 0 H Mi The above Farms are in a high state of culti- vation, within a convenient distance of the market towns of Llangefni, Llanerchymedd, and HdlIy- head., and near lime and sea sand, for manure. There is a geod House and Out-offices lately built on lot 1. The respective tenants will shew the premises, and further particulars may be had by applying to Mr. H. HUGHES, Attorney, Penuiynydd, An- glesey, who will shew the Maps of the different premises. LEAD MINES, CARNARNONSHIRE, NORTII WALES, TO BE LET. THE valuable LEAD MINES on the Estate of Gwydir, in the county of Carnarvon, for such torin of years as may be agreed upon. The leases of these Mines having lately expir- ed, the Proprietor is disposed to grant new leases on liberal terms, and the variety and extent of the veins (which have hitherto been only par- tially explored ) are such as to render them an object worthy the attention of Miners of capi- tal and enterprise. tal and enterprise. For particulars apply to JAMES ADAM, Esq. I Pilkelony, by Dunblane, North Britain, or to Captain RIC-HHRO;>MARTIIV, Miner, Llanrwst. I TIMBER, IN I-OTS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, at Gloddaeth, near Cottway-ferry, oil the 2GUt of Mill-ch inst A LARGE vjuantity of ELM, ASH, and other White Timber. N. H. The Elm in particular is fine Timber, of very large dimensions, such as is verv rare to be met with, and fit for Planks, Keels, Sfc. far the largest vessels, or any other purpose as such Timber is used for. Gloddaeth is only two miles from the River Conway, with a good road, where there is good shipping to convey the Timher by water. Gloddaeth, 9th March, 1813. j JMerioneth shire Tim ber. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Golden Lion, in Dolgelley, on Tuesdey, the 30 th of March, 1813, at four o'clock in the after- noon, subject to conditions to be then produced, 742 OAK TREES, and 763 OAK POLES, Scribed marked, and growing on the farms or Cefn creuan Ssa, Cefn creuan Ucha, Brynwhat, and Branch y Caenaut, in the parish, and sitilated within four miles of Dolgelley, near to the Turn- pike road, leading to Bala. The tenants oa the premises will shew the Tim be r. S. NICKSO N, ATPRMSEIt, UPHOLSTERER, CABINRT NIAKRR. ANn AUCTIONEER, CHESTER. J3 ESPECTFULLY informs the Nobility, jOL Gentry, and Public in general,that be has, in addition to his present Stock, received from the first houses in the Metropolis, a hrge and elegant assemblage of UPHOLSTERY and CA- BINET GOODS, PAPER HANGINGS,of the newest and most choice pat terns,CARPET [NGS, &c. &c. which are now ready for inspection, at his Warerootm, B RID G E STREET-ROW and COM M EItCI A L BUI 1,I)INGS,N STREET. Having constantly on hand a large and extensive assortment of articles in thc above Branches, Families may select and furnish a House in a few days. S. N. Embraces with pleasure this opportu- nity ot presenting his sincere thanks to those friends in tile Principality who have favoured him with their orders, and assures them nothing on his part shall J;c wanting to merit a continuance oi fheiv kind patronage. 181.3. 1 Js/'cvdn,$c. Iuclasure. WE, flic Undersigned, Commissioners ap- pointed by an Act of Parliament passed in (he 52d year of the reign of his present Ma- jesty, intituled, An Act for inclosing Lalltls in the parish of Nevin and other parishes and places (herein mentioned .in the county of Carnarvon." Do give A That in order to defray in part the expences oi file Act, and carrying the same into execution, we shall sell by Public Auction, at the Crown and Anchor Ian, in the town of Pwllheli,' in the Said county of Carnarvon, on Wednesday, the^lst day of Ajwil nexf, several, Lots, parcel of the Cornmons and Waste Lands, in the parishes of Nevin, l'islill, and Carngiwch. Aud that we shall sell by Public Auction, at the house of Griffith Roberts, situate in the Vil- lage of Ciynnog, in the said county, on Friday, the 23d day of April next, several Lots, parcel of the Commons and Waste Lands, in the parishes of Llanaelhaiarn and Ciynnog. Apd also, that we shall sell by Public Auction, 3t the Sportsman Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, on Saturday the 24th day of April next, several Lots, parcel of the Commons and Waste Lands, in the parishes of LlanUyfni and Ciynnog, The sale to begin between the hours of 3 and5 011 clocl- in the afternoon of each day. Particulars, describing the situation, quality" and quantity of each lot, will be distributed, and may be had on apylying to Us, the said Com- missioners, or at Mr. ELLIS'S Office, in Pwllheli, and at Mr. EVANS'S Office, in Carnarvon, where Maps of the lois may be seen. Proper persons will be appointed in each pa- rish to shew the lots. R. ELLIi, ) ROBT. WILLIAMS, J Commissioners 12th, 1813.
STATE PAPER ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF FRANCE. LOUIS XVIII.&c. #c. The moment is at length arrived, when Divine ProvidcncP. appears ready to break 111 pieces the instrument, of its wrath. The Usurper of the throne of St. Louis, the devastator of Europe experiences reverses in his turn. Shalltiiey bav< | no other effect but that of aggravating the < ala mities of France aiid will she not dare to (,,(•?-- j turn an odious power, no longer protected by th illusions of victory ? What prejudices, or what fears,-can now prevent, her from throwing herself into the arms ol her King; and fiom re< ,?gii,sin«- i the establishment of his legitimate authority' J the only pledge of uaion, peace, aad happiuess! '"Wi- which his promises have so often guaranteed to his oppressed subjects. Being neither able, nor inclined to ohtain, bllt by their efforts, that throne which h;s rights and (heir affection can alone confirm, what, wishes should be adverse to those which he has invari- ably entertained ? what doubt can be started with regard to his paternal intentions ? The King has said in his preceding declara- tions, and he reiterates the assurance, that the Admimstrati ve and Judicial Bodies shall be main- tained in the plenitude of their powers that be will preserve (heir places to those who at present hold them, and who shall take the oath of fide- lity to him that, the Tribunals, Depositaries of the laws, shaH prohibit all prosecutions bearing relation to chose unhappy times of which his return will have for ever sealed the o.blivion that, in fine, the code polluted bv the name Na- poleon, but which, for the most part, contains only the ancient ordinances and customs of the realm, shall remain in force, with the exception of enactments contrary to the doctrines of reli- gion, which, as well as the liberty of the people, has long beeu subjected to the caprice of the tyrant.. The Senate, in which are seated some men, so justly distinguished for their talents, and whom so many services may render illustrious in the eyes of France, and of posterity,— that corps, whose utility and importam can neçr be duly appreciated till after the restoration^pan it faii 'to perceive the glorious destiny which"amnions it to become the first instrument of that great benefaction which will prove the most solid, as Ayell as the most honourable guarantee of its ex- istence ansT" its prerogatives? Oil the subject of property, the King, who has already announced his intention to employ the most proper means for conciliating the in. terests of all perceives in (he numerous settle- ments, which have taken place between the old and the new land-holders, the means of render- ing those cares almost superfluous. He engages, however, to interdict all proceedings by (he Tnt. bunals, contrary to such settleiii-,iits,-fo encour- age voluntary arrangements, and, on the part of himself and his famHy, to set the example of all tiiose sacrifices which may contribute to the re- pose of France, and the sincere union of all Frenchmen. The King has guaranteed to the army the maintenance of the ranks, employmexif3, pay, and appointments which it at present enjoys. He promises also to the Generals. Officers and Sol- diers, who shall signalise themselves in supnort of his cause, rewards more substantial, distinc- tions more honourable, than any they can receive from an Usurper,-always ready to disown, or -even to dread their services. The King binds b d s himself anew to abolish that pernicious consent I'na'.i K destroys the happiness of families and the hope of the country Such always have been, such still are the in- tenteiitions of the King. His re-establishment on the throne of his ancestors win be for France only the happy transition from the calamities of a war which tyranny perpetuates, to the blessings of a solid peace, for which foreign Powers can never find any security but in the word of the le- gitimate Sovereign. L. HuHwell, Feb. 1,1813. lIE. Oxford University, March C.—On Saturday last tile following getitieraeu were admitted to degrees 4— lUasiers flf Arts.-R. E. E. Mynors, Esq. of University College, Grand Compounder Rev R. N. Raikes, Oriel College. [Jachelors of ,1rls.-Messrs. John Jsgo and J Souihcomb, of Exeter College Mr. A Adair, of Oriel College Messrs. J. Brit/ori, P. E. Bois sier, II. Hale, E. M. Salter, A. Techell, J. if Randolph, Esq. and H. R. Dukintiekl, Esq. of Christchurch Mr. John Bartholomew, of Cor- pus Christi Coll.; Messrs. E. R, Rice and B. C. Potter, of Worcester College and Mr. W. Raw- lings, of St. Edmund Hail. The number of Determiners in this r ,.n t 139. 1 arC The Names of the Collectors.— Mr. Willi- ams, of Jesus College and Mr. C. Davies, of Pembroke College. On Tuesday the following Gentlemen were admined ?o degrees Masters c.f Arts.—Mr. T. B. Mynors,of Christ Church Rev. E. J. Townse-d, of Merton Col- lege. Cambridge University, Ji/ai ch 6.—The fol- lowing genilemen were on Wednesday last admit ed to the under-mentioned degrees: Doctor in Divinity.—The Rev. Augustine Bul- wer, of Pembroke-hall, Rector of Heydoo in Norfolk. Matters of Arts.— Stratford Canning, Eso. of King's Coliege, by Royal izianclate and the RfY. George- Reading Leathes, of Jesus College, Rec- tor of Gissiug, &c. Norfoik. Bachelor in Civil Law.-John Beauge, of Em- manuel College. Bachelors in Physic.-J ohn Rauicar Park, of Jesus College aud Richard Formby, of Catus College. lrisa Ptgno Pricxs. -The vallie of thelris!i Sees is but iiitie known in this country. It will be seen by lne tollowmg stalement, that they are richer than the English Bishopricks "ee* -t Possessors. Ann. value. Armagh Marquis oi Bute's Brother.. = £ 14 000 Cashel—Viscount Middleton's Brother S 000 Tuam—Marquis of Waterford's Uncle—-J>' Beresi'or^ f 9,000 Dublin—Bishop of St. Asaph's\Brother.. 12,000 A Ki'dare —Esr) cf Baicarras's Brother. 7,000 Mea*—Duke of Por!land's Private Sec.6.000 Derry-Viscount Northland's Brother 13,0^0^ Kilinore—Marqu of Waterford's Cousin another Berestbrd. ,.t £ £ iphin—Earl of Cianra; ty's Brothgr^; .10 000 KilLtioe—Marquis of rily's BrotMj^ .6'ooo ,Ito plioe- iLla r(itii,, 0', VVateiford'3rothe ) g. a third Beresfcrd, if. J 9,000 Cork—Earl of Howth's Brother .5 oon -?erns—Earl of Rodeo's Brother 6*000 Down—Earl of Caiedon's Cousine'«')/)'> K1 Mala- OT. Versclioegle a'p-n,, Oloyne—-Dr. Bennett V/inn Clogher—- Dr. Porter T..7 OOO vVaierford — Dr. Stock fiVvvi Ossory—Dr. Kearney "g's.in Donomore—Dr. Leslie, !b'o()0 Limerick-Dr. Warburton.6,0(10 CloTifert-Dr.Butson