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EDUCATION

Parents and Guardians who more their Children or Wards to a Pale finishing their education, have now the means of accomplishing this, uncert who has four daughters that bare a pe or, of the French and German Legg eta Swiss Governess, that does not a ry Lady wishes to take under her care t he Ladies, to whom an equal attention ve her as to her own children, and who,za, Of they are acquiring the necessary acc their several masters, would also have un of obtaining a perfect knowledge of fashionable living languages. Refres respectablility will be given; and lets addressed to B. B. No. 22, Great Pe be attended to.

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MUSIC.

NEWLY INVENTED LTRE AND LITLUR

The general admiration of these departa
ments, by Ladies of most distingust
and taste, prove their pre-eminence,
Portable Instrument ever before proc
they possess the pleasing sound of al fin
pany the voice, as also the Plane-Fer
ingly; and what renders them still m
so easily learnt to play on as to be p
Few days practice. Are to be had
Music Professor (inventor of them) a
Queen-Ann-street, Portland Chapel, L

N. B. The Pianoforte, the Pedal Ha he English and Italian Style, mughts nd abroad.

ORNAMENTAL HAIR

ROSS, No. 119, Bishopsgate-ter An ly recommends the Nobility, G shionable World visiting the Metropolitt a end and examine his EMPORIUMER BLE PERUQUES; where, in o

they may chuse their favourite ca = head, and adapt them to the com - inconvenient trouble of waiting, 2 lity of giving ordets.

For lightness, elegance, and ease, led; fifty per cent. cheaper than an don; and, for variety, he can daphy 5 and shapes, appropriately to be? of youth, or veil the deficiencies up eeply impressed with the liveliest se the decided preference with which oured by Ladies of the first cirtis, tin ment and elegance of taste have can ed fame of his inimitable Peragan, he the continuance of that patrong honoured with for so many ye Fully informs the Amateurs in Q e has, during the summier recess, ed application, under his own Snse expence, and by the exerti completed a numerous, turis, 7 ment of Ladies and Gentlemen's tra Bows, Circular Fillets, Fillets Ma and Figaroes, exquisite in their ich he now submits to a disceral; !himself they will allow him, for ass. of taste, to challenge the whale uch an unparalleled collection.

street, Strand. January 1, 1807.

MONTHLY COMPENDIUM

OF

LITERARY, FASHIONABLE, AND DOMESTIC

ADVERTISEMENTS;

For FEBRUARY 1, 1807, and to be continued Monthly.

ELEGANT DRESSES.

An Elegant and Fashionable Assortment of Morning and Evening Dresses, Spensers, and Pelises, full [$41 Recommend their extensive Stock to Ladies of Fa-10s. 6d. cheaper than any other house in Town, by Frith-street, Soho. shion and taste, of Muffs, Tippets, and Trimmings; applying at Mrs. BARCLAY's Show Rooms, No. 33, Black and Coloured Velvets, Figured Velvets and Sarsnet. Spanish, and every other description of fine Ladies Cloth, for Pelices and Mantles.

TALLOW CANDLES WITH WAXED WICKS.

Straw, Chip, and Leghorn Hats; Plain, Striped,
Worked, and Fancy Muslin, in both white and coloured;

Queen's Lustres, Imperial Italian, and Opera Nets for
Dresses; Black Laces; Mecklin, Lisle, Normandy,
and other White Laces; Black and White Veils
Lace and other Cloaks; Plain and Fancy Silk Hand-not gutter, except from bad snuffing or carrying about;

In consequence of the Wicks of these Candles being previously coated with Wax, they have the following advantages: First, They are seldom, if ever subject to what is called a Thief in the Candle ;-Secondly, They will

-and Thirdly, They burn longer, and give a brighter kerchiefs; elegant Shawls in immense variety; Kibbons and Broad Silks, such as Sarsnets, Satins, Per-light than the usual Mould Candles. sians, Tiffanies, Crapes, &c.; Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, Pins, Tapes, Needles, &c. &c.

Sold at the Candle and Soap Company's Warehouse, No. 182, Fleet-street, two doors from Fetter-lane, Fleet

stret.

THOMAS'S FASHIONABLE WAREHOUSE,
The West End Corner of Chancery-Lane, near Temple-
Bar, London.

Court and Family Mourning of every description. N. B. Real Manufacturers of Muffs, Tippets, and Trimmings, which are kept in great variety both for Dress and Undress. The Show Rooms, under the Direction of Mrs. Thomas, contain that variety both for Fashionable Dresses, Spencers, Mantles, French Coats and Millinery, in all fashionable colours, for this pre-Discount for Cash on delivery, in proportion to the quantity purchased at one time, viz. sent Winter Season, that Ladies having large Commissions may be immediately suited, all Sizes being kept. A Box, containing

12 dozen lbs.

Every Article is bought with, and sold for Ready
Money only.

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SELLING OFF,

No. 118, BOND-STREET.

The extensive Stock of EWBANK and Co. must be
cleared by the month of June, at very reduced and
uncommon low prices.

Consisting of goods in the highest repute, intended
for the supply of Families of the first distinction.

The following are particularly worthy of attention:-
Fine Linen Drapery; Muslins of all descriptions for
Dresses, Cravats, &c. great bargains in Cambric Mus-
lins; Superb Foreign Damask Table-Linen of every
size, imported prior to the late heavy duties; Holland,
and other Sheetings of every width; Irish Linens,
Silk Mercery, Haberdashery,
French Cambrics, &c.
Hosiery, and Gloves.

In addition to the above, a large supply of New
Articles for Spring Dresses, &c. arrive every week in
succession, until the contracts (previously made with
the Manufacturers) are completed; the whole are in-
cluded, and must be sold off with all expedition, equally
cheap, for ready money.

Wholesale Prices of Candles, to Families: Wax Wicked Mould Candles, per doz. lbs. 13s. Common Mould Candles, per doz. lbs. 12s. Store or dipped Candles, per doz. lbs. 11s.

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Wholsale Prices of Soap:
Mottled Soap, per cwt. 4l. 6s.
Yellow Soap, per cwt. 31. 16s..
Curd Soap, per cwt. 47. 10s.

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Wax Lights, 3s. 10d. per lb.
Spermaceti Lights, 3s. per lb.
Genuine Sermaceti Oil, 7s. 3d. per gallon.
Common Oil, 3s. 6d. per gallon.
Poland and French Starch, 11d. per lb.

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EDUCATION.

A situation now offers itself in a most pleasant ar Mr. Ewbank, impressed with the highest sense of gratitude, respectfully begs leave to return his most healthy Village, in one of the midland Counties. sincere thanks to the Nobility and Gentry, who have Lady and her two Daughters, who wish to undertake th honoured him by their distinguished patronage and charge of three or four pupils (the number never approbation of the plan adopted for selling off this large exceed six). Those whose Parents reside abroad, and valuable Stock (relinquishing entirely the Retail Orphans would be prefered. The greatest attenti Trade); and assures the Ladies, that the whole must be would be paid to manners, morals, and every branch cleared by the month of June; in consequence, every education; and they would be considered a part of t Article will be charged very considerably under the usual family. No Vacation. Terms and every other partic prices. No. 118, Bond-street (near Grosvenor-street).lar, will be answered in the most satisfactory manner, N. B. All orders executed with the greatest punctuality a line addressed to X. Y. to the care of the Editor [346 La Belle Assemblée. and attention. No. XIII. Vol. II.

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BELL'S MONTHLY COMPENDIUM OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR FEBRUARY, 1807.

TEA.

The universal complaint of Tea at the respective Prices generally sold, have induced Men of Probity and Experince to come forward and offer to the Public, at their Warehouse, No. 41, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, two doors from Ludgate-hill, every species of Ten and Coffee, upon such terms as must give content, if 825.that object can possibly be attained at any Warehouse heretofore established, and the Public are respectfully reminded that no less than One Pound of a kind will be sold.

PUBLIC INTEREST.

The attention of Families and the Public is called to the Warehouse, No 18, Ivy-lane, Newgate-market, established for the sole purpose of supplying them with the following Articles, on terms much more advantageous than hitherto offered by any House. The Goods are warranted of the best quality.

Yellow Soap at 72s. per cwt.; Mottled ditto, at per cwt. for 14 lbs. or upwards; White Soap 11d. per Ib; Scented Chamber, ditto 1s. per lb.; real Windsor ditto 1s. 6d. per lb.

Finest Sallad Oil, 3s. 9d. per Quart.

Fine Durham Mustard 15. 4d. per lb. such as is usu-morning until eight in the evening. ally sold at 1s. 8d.

Supertine ditto 1s. 6d. per lb.

Best Poland Starch 11d. per lb.

Stone and Powder Blue 1s. 10d. per lb.

Genuine Spermiceti Oil, warranted, 7s. per Gallon.
Common Lamp Oil 3s. 4d. per Gallon.

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MESSRS. TOOKE AND COMPANY,
NAVY AGENTS, AND IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN WINES
AND SPIRITS,

Beg leave to acquaint the Public, that in consequence
of their Intercourse with Shipping and extensive Con-
nections abroad, they have been induced to establish a
House, No. 321, Strand, (opposite Somerset Place), by
which the Public may depend upon being supplied with
Wines and Spirits of the finest Flavour, and warranted
Genuine. As the Advantages they possess will also en-
able them to charge the lowest Prices, ready Money will
invariably by expected; and they presume, that the
known Equity of their Transactions, as Navy Agents,
will create Confidence in such Gentlemen as may be
desirous of giving them a Trial, which they feel
vinced will ensure them a Continuance of their Orders.
Port, five years in wood 44s. to 48s. per dozen
Sherry
48s. 50s.
Madeira
70s. --- 80s.
42s.

Vidonia

Lisbon

44s.

Applications from various parts in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, urge me to explain, that by carbonising instead of burning Fuel, the whole weight and substance is saved in Coke, Oiltar, ainmonial Liquor, actous Acids and pure Gas (hitherto wasted in nuisible smoke), which alone is worth 15. per chaldron in light. This Gas flows cold and transparent as air, in any tubes to any place, and burns clearer and brighter than wax and oil. It may light all rooms, halls, shops, streets, squares, road, and coasts, and serve as fire and light for every culinary pur pose. Hence it is proposed to establish Public Ovens in Cities; to issue Stoves, &c. for distant Houes and Manufactories, to grant Licences, Instructions, and Drawings throughout the Realm and the Colonies, on a reasonable scale of the size, lights, and praducts recon-quired. The saving is about 201. in every Chaldron of Coal, and as much in proportion from Timber, &c. All modern contrivances to save Heat are reversed, and proved by experiments, elucidating Count Rumford's ingenious principles, how his best Furnaces lost above one-third of the heat generated.

Upwards of 200 Pipes of Wine may be tasted in Wood.
Spirits equally reasonable.

The Warehouse is open from eight o'clock in the [916

To fulfil my original promise, and satisfy several Country Gentlemen, Subsriptions will henceforth be received at the most respectable Country Banks, wheDor-ther my Plans, Estimates, and Share Receipts, will be transmitted, and where the Deposits are to remain till called for by the Provisional Committee of Trustees.

P. S. Burton, Welsh, Edinburgh, Dundee, and chester Ales; also Brown Stout, in Casks or Bottles, for Exportation and Private Families. [340

NATIONAL LIGHT AND HEAT COMPANY,
For the Introduction of

COKE AND GAS LIGHTS.

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. On the 1st of March, 1807, will be published, price Two Shillings, No. I. of a new and super periodical Work, with splendid embellishments, entitled, THE CABINET; Or, MONTHLY REPORT OF POLITE LITERATURE. Including a Review of Books, and accompanied by a Cabinet Edition (separately paged and ornamented) of the most popular English Plays; with Anecdotes and Annotations, biographical, critical, and dramatic. The contents of this Work will be arranged under the several heads of Biography, the Arts, Criticism, Anecdotes, Miscellany, Poetry, the Drama, a Review of Books and Music, the London Theatres, the provincial and foreign Stages, &c. and will consist of a vast variety of interesting and valuable articles. Twelve half sheets (96 pages) will be given in each Number, and two Engravings, one to accompany the Magazine, the other to embellish the appended edition of the Theatre, to which 24 pages will be appropriated monthly. The Work will be printed with a new type cast for the purpose, and on a fine yellow wove paper, manufactured expressly for the Cabinet.

London: Printed for the Proprietor, and published by Mathews and Leigh, No. 18, Strand (where a Prospectus, explaining the plan and objects of this Work at large may be had gratis), and soid by all the Book sellers, Stationers, aud News-carriers throughout the United Kingdom. [$20

Twenty Thousand Fifty Pound Shares constitute a Million of Capital, of which 100,000l. disbursements, at 51. Deposits, will only be wanting. The other Calls will be gradually deducted from the Dividends.

Five Shares pay only Sl. each; Fifteen, 21. 10. each; Thirty, 21. each; Sixty, 17. each; and Hundred Shares and upwards, 10s each; with a written acknowledgment for the remainder of the Deposit when called for by the Committee. Five Shares to have one vote, Fifteen two votes, Thirty three votes, Sixty four votes, Hundred and upwards five votes. Fifty Shares are eligible for a Governor or Director.

N. B. Several respectable Subscribers after seeing my experiments, have extended their Shares in the above Scales of Deposit.

WINSOR, Inventor, Patentee, and Founder. 97 and 98, Pall-Mall. [$36

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FEBRUARY,

BELL'S MONTHLY COMPENDIUM OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR FEBRUARY, 1807. 3

TEA.

original Designs, in 3 volumes, 12mo. price 16s. 6d. boards.

The universal complaint of Tay Prices generally sold, have intel Me Experince to come forward and fa their Warehouse, No. 41, New Bri friars, two doors from Ludgate-tail, eru and Coffee, upon such terms is my that object can possibly be attained a heretofore established, and the P reminded that no less than One Pest be sold.

The first Volume comprises the Voyages of Byron, Wallis, and Carteret, with 10 Plates, and may be had separate, price 5s. 6d. boards.

The second and third Volumes include Cook's Three

boards.

Voyages complete, with Twenty Plates, price 11s.
Mr. SHOBERL's new and complete Translation of the
STUDIES OF NATURE.

The Warehouse is open fram eight
morning until eight in the evening.
NATIONAL LIGHT AND HE
For the Introduction -
COKE AND GAS L

Elegantly printed in 4 Volumes, small octavo, with 24 Plates by the first Artist, from original Designs, by Mr. Uwins, price 11. 12s. boards, hot-pressed; STUDIES of NATURE, translated from the latest Pierre. To which is prefixed, a Biographical Memoir Paris Edition. By Jacques Bernardin Henri de Saint of the Author. With Notes, critical and explanatory.

Barns, Stables, Feeding-Houses, Dairies, Brewhouses,

"Miseris succurrere disco."—Æn. lib. 1. Another Edition in demy 18mo. price 11 in boards.

Applications from various parsa Scotiand, and Ireland, urge me c carbonising instead of burning Felt Country Gentlemen about to build or to alter. By NEW AND POPULAR ANNUAL SONG BOOKS,

Malting, Dog Kennels, &c. Adapted to the use of

For the Year 1807:

R. LUGAR. On 22 large Quarto Plites. Price 11. 5.
in boards.
[987.

Elegantly printed in an uniform size for the Pocket,
enriched with two beautiful Engravings, 1s. 6d. each.
Published by James Cundee, Albion Press, Ivy-làne,
Paternoster-row, London, and sold by all Booksellers
in Town and County.

and substance is saved in Coke,
quor, actous Acids and pare Gar
nuisible smoke), which alone we le
dron in light. This Gas flows.
as air, in any tubes to any place, t
and brighter than wax and ol ba
rooms, halls, shops, streets, squares
and serve as fire and light fr
pose. Hence it is proposed to se
in Cities; to issue Stoves, & Art
nufactories, to grant Licences, st
ings throughout the Realm and
reasonable scale of the si,
quired. The saving is about 23
Coal, and as much in prapena
All modern contrivance to see
and proved by experiments, da
ford's ingenious principles, horts
above one-third of the heat general
To fulfil my original pe a
Country Gentlemen, Subsriptions
received at the most respectible C
ther my Plans, Estimates, and Steer
transmitted, and where the Deps
called for by the Provisional Com
Twenty Thousand Fifty Pount bus
Million of Capital, of which 10,0
at 51. Deposits, will only be want
Calls will be gradually deducted

votes, Hundred and upwards tre are eligible for a Governor or Dre N. B. Several respectable S experiments, have extended the b Scales of Deposit.

ARCHITECTURE.

This Day were published, engraved on 27 Folio Plates,
and elegantly coloured, with proper Descriptions,
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NEW BOOKS,
Published on the First day of February, 1807, by
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vote, Fifteen two votes, Thodes ing a brief View of the Times in which he lived; some

Account of his principal Contemporaries; his oc-
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acknowledgment for the remaindera 6d. each), of the LIFE of the late Right Hon. C. J. are prefixed, Anecdotes of some of the most celebrated Vocal Performers of the present time.

* Mr. JANSON, an English Gentleman, who has lately returned, after a Residence of 14 years, from terials towards furnishing a complete Survey of the America, has brought with him many interesting maState of Society and Manners in the only Republic

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Characters, living, or recently deceased. Each Life ranging for the Press, and they will speedily appear in
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one 4to. Volume, accompanied with a number of ele-
VOYAGES of the great Circumnavigators, Comme-gant Engravings from Drawings taken on the spot.
dore Byron, Captains Wallis, Carteret, and Cook,
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Published by J. Taylor, No. 59, High Holborn.
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Volume, small 8vo, containing several very useful
Plates, price 7s. in boards, a New Edition of

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The Supplement for the Year 1807, will shortly be ready for delivery GRATIS to the Subscribers, and which will contain every modern Work to the present period. [828

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