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

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THOMAS'S FASHIONABLE WAREHOUSE,

ELEGANT DRI SES. The West End Cornerof Chancery-Lane, near Temple An Elegant and Fashionable Assortment of Morn. Bar, London.

ing and Evening Dresses, Spensers, and Pelises, full Recommend their extensive Stock to Ladies of Fa: 10s, 6d. cheaper than any other house in Town, by shion and taste, of Muffs, Tippets, and Trimmings; applying at Mrs. BARCLAY's Show Rooins, No. 35, Black and Coloured Velvets, Figured Velvets and Sars

Frith-street, Soho.

[S41 net. Spanish, and every o’her description of fine Ladies Cloth, for Pelices and Maniles.

Straw, Chip, and Leghorn Hats ; Plain, Striped, TALLOW CANDLES WITH WAXED WICKS. Work<d, and Fancy Muslin, in both white and colouredi

In consequence of the Wicks of these Candles being Queen's Lustres, Imperial Italian, and Opera Nets for Dresses; Black Laces; Mecklin, Lisle, Normandy, previously coated with Wax, they have the

following ada and other White Laces ; Black and White Veils; is called a Thief in the Candle ;--Secondly, Thiey will

vantages. First, Theyare seldom, if ever subject to what Lace and other Cloaks; Plain and Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs; elegant Shawls in immense variety ; kib

not gutter, except froin bad snuffing or carrying about; bons and Broad Silks, such as Sarsnets, Satins, Per- light than the usual Mould Candles.

--and Thirdly, They burn longer, and give a brighter sians, Tiffanies, Crapes, &c.; Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves,

Sold at the Candle and Soap Company's Warehouse, Fans, Pins, Tapes, Needles, &c. &c. Court and Family Mourning of every description.

No. 182, Fleet-street, two doors from Fetter-lane, FleetN. B. Real Manufacturers of Muffs, Tippets, and

Wholesale Prices of Candles, to Families :
Trimmings, which are kept in great variety both for
Dress and Undress. The Show Rooms, under the

Wax Wicked Mould Candles, per doz. lbs. 135. Direction of Mrs. Thomas, contain that variety both for Common Mould Candles, per doz. Ibs. 12s. Fashionable Dresses, Spencers, Mantles, French Coats Store or dipped Candles, per doz. Ibs. 1 ls. and Millinery, in all fashionable colours, for this pre- Discount for Casii on delivery, in proportion to the sent Winter Season, that Ladies having large Com

quantity purchased at one time, viz. missions may be immediately suited, all Sizes being kept. A Box, containing £ d. Every Article is bought with, and sold for Ready

12 dozen Ibs.

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1 per dozen lbs. Dis. Money only.

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1 9 Ditto,

6 SELLING OFF,

0 0 11 Ditto. 3

009 Ditto. No. 118, BOND-STREET.

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Ditto. The extensive Stock of EWBANK and Co. must be

Wholsale Prices of Soap: cleared by the month of June, at very reduced and

Mottled Soap, per cwt. 41. hs. uncommon low prices.

Yellow Soap, per cwt. 31. 16s.. Consisting of goods in the highest repute, intended Curd Suap, per cwt. 41. 10s. for the supply of Families of the first distinction.

Discount on the same conditions as above, viz. The following are particularly worthy of attention :

Cwt. 273. lbs.

£ d. Fine Linen Drapery; Muslins of all descriptions for For 1

0 4 0 per cwt. Dis. Dresses, Cravats, &c. great bargains in Cambric Mus

0 20

3 0 Ditto. lins; Superb Foreign Damask Table-Linen of every

0 1 0

Ditto. sizc, imported prior to the late heavy duties; Holland,

0 14

0 1 0

Ditto. and other Sheetings of every width; Irish Linens, French Cambrics, &c. Silk Mercery, Haberdashery,

Wax Lights, 3s. 10d. per lb. Hosiery, and Gloves.

Spermaceti Lights, 3s. per lb. In addition to the above,--a large supply of New

Genuine Sermaceti Oil, 7s. 3d. per gallon.

Common Oil, 3s. 6d. per gallon. Articles for Spring Dresses, &c. arrive every week in

Poland and French Starch, 11d. per ib. [317 succession, until the contracts (previously made with the Manufacturers) are completed; the whole are included, and must be sold off with all expedition, equally cheap, for ready money.

EDUCATION. Mr. Ewbank, impressed with the highest sense of A situation now offers itself in a most pleasant and gratitude, respectfully begs leave to return his most healthy Village, in one of the midland Counties. A sincere thanks to the Nobility and Gentry, who have Lady and her two Daughters, who wish to undertake the honoured bim by their distinguished patronage and charge of three or four pupils (the number never to approbation of the plan adopted for selling off this large exceed six). Those whose Parents reside abroad, or and valuable Stock' (relinquishing entirely the Retail Orphans would be prefered. The greatest attention Trade); and assures the Ladies, that the whole must be would be paid to manners, morals, and every branch of cleared by the month of June; in consequence, every education; and they would be considered a part of the Article will be charged very considerably under the usual family. No Vacation. Terms and every other particuprices. No. 118, Bond-street (near Grosvenor-street). lar, will be answered in the most satisfactory manner, by N. B. All orders executed with the greatest punctuality a line addressed to X. Y. to the care of the Editor of and attention. (3461 La Belle Assemblée.

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PUBLIC INTEREST.

TEA. The attention of Families and the Public is called to The universal complaint of Tea at the respective the Warehouse, No 18, Ivy-lane, Newgate-market, Prices generally sold, have induced Men of Probity and established for the sole purpose of supplying them with Experince to come forward and offer to the Public, at the following Articles, on terms much more advan- their Warehouse, No. 41, New Bridge-street, Blacktageous than hitherto offered by any House. The friars, two doors from Ludgate-bill, every species of Tea Goods are warranted of the best quality.

and Coffee, upon such terms as must give content, if Yellow Soap at 72s. per cwt.; Mortied ditto, at 825. that object can possibly be attained at any Warehouse per cwt. for 14 lbs. or upwards; White Soap 11d. per heretofore established, and the Public are respectfully Ib ; Scented Chamber, ditio 1s, per lb.; real Windsor reminded that no less than One Pound of a kind will ditto 1s. 6d. per lb.

be sold. Finest Sallad Oil, 35. Od per Quart.

The Warehouse is open from eight o'clock in the Fine Durham Mustard 1s. 4d. per lb. such as is usu-morning until eight in the evening.

ally sold at 1s. 8d. Supertine ditto 1s. 6d. per lb.

NATIONAL LIGHT AND HEAT COMPANY, Best Poland Starch 11d. per lb.

For the Introduction of
Stone and Powder Blue 1s. 10d. per Ib.
Genuine Spermiceri Oil, warranted, 7s. per Gallon.

COKE AND GAS LIGHTS.
Common Lamp Oil 3s. 4d per Gallon. [-321 Applications from various parts in England, Wales,

Scotland, and Ireland, urge me to explain, that by MESSRS. TOOKE AND COMPANY, carbonising instead of burning Fuel, the whole weight NAVY AGENTS, AND IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN WINES and substance is saved in Coke, Oiltar, ainmonial LiAND SPIRITS,

quor, actous Acids and pure Gas (hitherto wasted in Beg leave to acquaint the Public, that in consequence nuisible smoke), which alone is worth 151. per chalof vir Intercourse with Shipping and extensive Con- dron in light. This Gus fiows cold and transparent nections abroad, they have been induced to establish a as air, in any tubes to any place, and bums clearer House, No 321, Strand, (opposite Somerset Place), by and brighter than wax and oil. It may lighi all which the Public may depend upon being supplied with rooms, halls, shops, streets, squares, road, and coasts, Wines and Spirits of the finest Flavour, and warranted and serve as fire and light for every culinary pus. Genuine. As the Advantages they possess will also en pose. Hence it is proposed to establish Public Ofers able them to charge the lowest Prices, ready Money will in Cities; to issue Stoves, &c. for distant Houes and Mainvariably by expected; and they presume, that the nufactories, to grant Licences, Instructions, and Drawknown Equity of their Transactions, as Navy Agents, ings throughout the Realm and the Colonies, on a will create Confidence in such Gentlemen as may be reasonable scale of the size, lights, and praducts redesirous of giving them a Trial, which they feel con- quired. The saving is about 201. in every Chaldron of vincer will ensure them a Continuance of their Orders. Coal, and as much in proportion from Timber, iç,

Pori, five years in wood 44s. 10 483. per dozen All modern contrivances to save Heat are reversed,
Sherry
48s. 505.

and proved by experiments, elucidatjug Count Rum-
Madeira
70s. 80s.

ford's ingenious principles, how his best Furnaces lost
Vidunia
42s.

above one-third of the heat generated.
Lisbon
44s.

To fulfil my original promise, and satisfy several Upward; of 200 Pipes of Wine may be tasted in Wood. Country Gentlemen, Subsriptions will henceforth be Spirits equally reasonable.

received at the most respectable Country Banks, wheP. S. Burton, Welsh, Edinburgh, Dundee, and Dorother my Plans, Estimates, and Share Receipts, will be chester Ales; also Brown Stout, in Casks or Bottles, transmitted, and where the Deposits are to remain till for Exportation and Private Families.

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The Proprietors of the MACASSAR OIL can proudly By MANLEY WOOD, A. M. of Exeter College, appeal to an enlightened and judicious Public for the Oxon.

unrivalled efficacy of this Oil. They wish not to de. Printed for G. Kearsley, Fleet-street. (337.

ceive or dclude by rhetorical declamations or bombast language-they solicit only the test of experience, and

with confidence they can affirm, that the irore it is This Day are published,

known in a higher degree of estimation will it be held.,

The utility is evinced by preserving the hair from falling In one large Volame, 4to. handsomely printed, with 36 | off or changing colour, and its elegance by producing

Plates, elegantly engraved, price Two Guineas and the most smooth and beautiful gloss ever known. Thus a Halí in Boards, dedicated, by permission, for the in the sairest and most amiable part of the creation it use of her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of must prove an invaluable advantage, its virtues being so Wales,

great an auxiliary to heighten their charms. LECTURES on NATURAL PHILOSOPHY: the

To expatiate more on the subject would be superresult of many years practical experience of the facts Auous; suffice it to say, that the Macassar Oil, is pere.ucidateri. With a copious Appendix, containing a

fecily innoxious; and it will retain iis virtues in any great number and variety of Astronomical and Geo-climate; therefore, it is earnestly recommended to Lagraphical Problems; also some usefui Tables, and a

dies or Gentlemen going abroad. co:n prehensive Vocabulary.

A Caution is necessary to prevent mistakes:--The The Lectures contain much useful and scentific Macassar Oil, for improving the growth of hair and knowledge, divested of such mathematical elucidations adding to its beauty, is sold at 3s. 6d per Bottle, duty as require previous mathematical instruction; yet sul included, only by the Proprietors, Rowland and Son, ficiently aided by the truths of that sublime science for No. 1, Kirby-street, Hatton Garden; and by their apa popular reception, and clear, accurate, and extensive pointment, wholesale, by T. and R. Rowney, Perfum information,

mers to their Majestics, No. 106, Hatton Garden;

Messis. Bourgois and Amick, Perfumers to their Royal By MARGARET BRYAN.

llighnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, No. 32, Sold for the Authoress, by George Kearsley, Fleet- Haymarket; and by Mr. (Overton, Perfumer, No. 47, street; and Carpenter, Old Bond-street. [338 New Bond-street.

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