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An Address to the People of Otaheite, de. this number contains, among other subfigned to afsift the Labour of Missionaries and jeets, a copy by J. TAYLOR, from o hcr Inftructors of the Ignorant, &c. by Juhn STOTHARD's picture of Henry VIIIth Love, 25. 6d.

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the banks of the Thames, &c. to the Nore; and the last drawings are fuperior to the first.

Boydells. A SPLENDID illuliration of the sexual

WEBBER'S Views, begun to be enfyftem of Linnæus, has been an- graved while the artist was alive, under nounced, under the direction of Dr. the sanction and


of the THORNTON. The drawings to be Lords of the Admiralty, are continued executed by Messrs. B1:SHOP and Rus- under the same authority by the BoySELL, and

the engravings by Mr. dells; they will form a beautiful addition CALDWALL. The work is to consist of to Captain Cook's voyages, as the plates twelve nuinbers, in large folio, at One refer to the letter-press of that work. Guinea cach. The first number will be A landscape, by Collier, from a picture ready for delivery to subscribers only, in by Teniers, which was in the collection May, 1797, and the succeeding ones of Sir Thomas Dundas, is just com. quarterly.


Boydells. Mr. STOCKDALE, the bookseller, has Mr. Repton's views of improvecirculated proposals for publishing, by ments in villas, &c. are published ; and {ubscription, a History of London and executed in such a manner, as leads us to its Environs, comprehending a space of hope, he will continue the work. Boydells. 2000 square miles. He states the work Two volumes of the Milton's Para. to be already in great forwardness, and dife Loft, with prints from designs by that the first of the eight parts into which WEST ALL, which were exhibited at the it is divided, will be ready for delivery Shakspeare Gallery, are already, pubin the present month of September. The lished, and the other is promised in a whole, making two large volumes, royal few months.

Boydells. quarto, is to be completed about the An engraving from the same artist's close of the year 1797. From the libe- beautiful drawing of a Storm in Harvefl, ral spirit evinced by Mr. S. as proprieror which was in the laft exhibition at the of the New History of Manchester, this Royal Academy, is in a very forward work may be expected to make another state, and as it is intended to be as near vaiuable and useful addition to our Topo. as poflible a fac fimile of the drawing, graphical Histories.

promises to be a charming print. Boydells. Mr. John THROSBY, author of the EARLOM has completed two of his History of Leicester, &c. will complete, prints from Hogarth's inimitable picin the course of the autumn, his em- ture of Marriage A-11-Mode, in a very bellished edition of THOROTON's Not. masterly style. A


from the same TINGHAMSHIRE, with additions. Mr. artist's very singular print of Enthusiasm Throsby has added to the original, an delineated, by Mills, is in an eminent entirely new History of the Town of degree in the style of the original. Do. Nottingham.

A print, cngraved by ANKER SMITH, The Rev. JEREMIAH Joyce is pre- from NORTHCOTES' picture of the paring for the press, a very interesting dea! h of Wat Tyler, is just published. Do. narrative of the suferings of the Rey.. The RICHTERS, of Newman-ftreet, THOMAS FYSHE PALMER, and Mr. have just completed their edition of WM. SKIRVING, during their voyage to Milton's Paradise Loft. The engravings New South Wales.

are made by the father, from the son's THE ARTS.

designs, and both departments display Ten numbers of that immense and strongs marks of accuracy and elegance. magnificent work, BOYDELL'S SHAK- Four of the prints from a series of ten SPEARE, are already published ; the pictures, painted by Mr. NorTHCOTE, plates of the 11th uumber are in great and representing the progress of Diliforwardness, and promised by Christmas : gence and Dissipation, exemplified in the lives of two female servants, are already The beautiful designs in Ireland and engraved in a very masterly style, by Wales by LAPORTE, are going on GAUCAIN and HELLYER.


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rapidly. They are so executed, that Mr. MacKLIN has just completed the the engravings are nearly, if not quite, fiftieth number of his magnificent Bible, equal to the original designs. Macklin, a work which will long do honour to

The edition of Milton, announced by the taste and liberal spirit of this coun

Mr. JEFFRJES, is proceeding with try: The fifth number of Mr. Macklin's of them by STOTHARD, and the en

convenient speed. The designs are all British Poets has also just made its appearance. This number contains three gravings by the masterly hand of BAR

TOLOZZI. This edition is intended to prints by BARTOLO221, and one by be completed in twelve numbers, at TOMKINS, each of them deservedly ad. mired. The designs of two of them are

one guinca each; four of which are by Opie, one by WHEATLEY, and the already published, the fifth is in for

wardness. other by STOTHARD ; the subjects, Henry and Emma, Damon and Mufi. A print will be published in a few dora, the Deserted Village, and Amin- days, representing the distressed situation tor and Theodora.

of the Dutton Indiaman, intended as a The fifth number of designs from companion to the admired print of the Sbakspeare, by Mr. BUNBURY, is now Chesterfield Packet. The drawing by ready for delivery. With the merits of Mr. Pocock, the engraving by Mr. Mr. BUNBURY, our readers are suffi- POLLARD.

Jeffries. ciently acquainted.



N.B. Our Musical Readers are doubtless aware, ibat at tbis season of tbe year, the paucity

of Publications will generally suspend the continuance of our Report of New Music



made his first appearance this evening, July 25,

in the part of Sir John Brute...he perTHE PURSE-, Dom Pedro--and Silvester formed it much in the fiyle of the late

Daggerwood. The repetition of Don Ryder, by representing the character as Pedro was by no means relilhed... Syl. a brute, and not a genileman, but was not vefter Daggerwood, which is all that is so happy in his low bumor.--in the good of the manager's occasional prelude, drunken scenes, he was inconfiftent, or drama, as he calls it, of New Hay at though throughour, irresistibly laughobe Old Market, is an object too trifling able. In the part of Antonio, in the for critic fm.

Follies of a Day (which was likewise his July 26. -- The Recruiting Officer and first appearance) he was more uniform. Kaibérine and Petrucbio. The manager Aug. 11.--. - Hamlet and the Son-in-Law, seems fond of this wild-warm play of Mr. J. Bannister was the Hamlet this Farquhar's.--Palmer played Serjeant Kite evening, for his father's benefit. well...C. Kemble was decent in Plume-.. Aug. 12 --- The Deaf Lover and Moun. Bannister, jun. laughable in Brazen- taineers. Mr. Ellifton has returned to Fawcett did as much as he could, in this theatre for the remainder of the Bullock---Miss de Camp and Mrs. Gibbs, season, and repeated the character of paffable---and the rest --!

Octavian, much to the satisfaction of the July 30.--- Purse -- Heigbo for a Husband audience. and tbe Prize. We are sorry to see Aug. 18.--- Henry tbe Fourtb, and be talents like Palmer's and Fawcett's Children in the Wood. Fawcett played prostituted in such characters as Millclack Falstaff for his beneat, and in some parts and Timotby.

was justly applauded. Angus 5.--. The Surrender of Calais and THEATRE-ROYAL, DUBLIN. Son in-1:27. Bensley's part of Eustache This theatre has now closed, having de St. Pierre was this evening repre- been more productive to the manager sented by Palmer.

than performers...except J: Bannister, August 8.... The Provok'd Wife and Lewis, Kemble, and Munden, whose Follies of a Day. Ms. Bannister, jun. profits have been considerable....Madame


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Law Report.--Bill of Exchange, &c.

573 Mara has played. Lorenza in the Cafle fame manager's direction, tuned his pipe of Andalusia, and Marian in the farce so at Berwick-Captain Macheath his bift called—but the vocal performers have appearance. Cooper is the hero at Swan not met much encouragement, owing, sea, where there is a company under the we apprehend, to their being ill-sup- direction of a Mr. Masterman.-Holman ported.

has performed at Plymouth, and Plymouth

Dock, where he has had a good benefit. PROVINCIAL TAEATRÉS. Grubb's theatre, at Murgate, opened excellent, among whom are Mr. Kelly.

M'Cready's company at Birmingham is July 25th, with Notoriety and the Children in ihe Wood the hero, in both play and Mrs. Crouch, and Mrs. Twilleton.farce is Russel, of Drury-lane, who has Quick and Miss Waliis are at Liverpool. acquired much notoriety in this town

-IVeymoutb theatre feems endrely deMrs. Berry (late Miss Grift) played

pendent on commands-and Richmond,

which has had a number of managers, Sophia-Mrs. Powell is also here.--Incledon, who has been at N-wcastle-upın.

is now under the dircction of a num.

ber. Tyne, with S. Kemble, has, under the


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LAW R E P O R T S. BALL OF EXCHANGE, LETTER OF of the said James Baillie were due and

ATTORNEY, AUTHORITY. payable by bim, and which now are, or J . ,

AMES BAILLIE being pollessed of at any time or times hereafter all or Indies, and elsewhere, and being also executrix, as aforesaid." considerably indebted to several persons, rally for me, as executrix, as aforesaid, by his will appointed Mrs. Colin Baillie, to make, do, and execute all and every along with several other persons, his such further and other lawful and reason. executrix. On his death, Mrs. Baillie able acts, deeds, inatters, and things w

whatalone proved the will, and took upon soever, &c. I, the said Colin Baillie, herself the execution of it: the executed giving, and by these presents granting a letter of attorney - to George Baillie, unto my faid attornies jointly, and eacha and Edmund Thornton, jointly and seve- of thein severally, my full and whole rally to act for her, in collecting and power and authority to do and act touchgetting in the estate of the decealed, and ing or concerning all or any of the prepaying his debts. In the first part of miles aforesaid, as fully and effectually the instrument which related to the to all intents and purposes whatsoever, collecting of the efate, the most ample as I, the suid Coin Baillie, as executrix, powers that could be devifed, were given as aforesaid, might, or could do, if

perto the attornies; the authority to pay, fonally present.” Among other persons discharge, and satisty debts, was described to whom Mr. Baillie died indebied, he in fewer words, and more general terms. owed to Howard, and another, a sum of Among o:ber clauses were the following: 2901. 185. 3d. They drew a bill of ex" And in my name, place, and stead, as change, on Mr. Baillie, dated the 10th cricutrix, to state, adjust, liquidare, fetile, Jan. 1994, for that sum, value in account and finally agree to all and every and with James Baillie, payable the il Sep. any account and accounts, sum and sums 1795, to their own order : This was acof money, debts, dues, claims, demands, cepted by Edmund Thornton, as procu. controversies, differences, and disputes rator for Mrs. Buillie. When the bill whatsoever, wherein the said James became due, the drawers brought an ac. Baillie, at the time of his decease, was, tion on it against Mrs. Baillie, in the or wherein I, the said Colin Baillie, as common pleas, and recovered a verdict execurrix, as aforesaid, now am, or at for 3301. dainages. At the trial there any time or times hereafter, shal or may was evidence to show that the defendant be in any wise interested and concerned :" knew that Thornton had accepted the * And also for me, and in my name, bill in question in her name, in payment place, and stead, as executrix. as aforesaid, of the debt due to the plaintiffs; and in and agreeably to ibe due order and course of particular it appeared, that when the kov, to pay, discharge, and satisfy all officer ferved her with process, the acand every, or any fum or sums of money, knowledged the juftness of the debt, debts, dues, claims, and demands what saying that the plaintiffs had behaved fogger, which at the time of the death handsomely, and should be paid.


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