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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1874.
ING'S COLLEGE, LONDON-SINGLE CLASEES. TRUST for Carrying on the NORTH LONDON
-The College will re-open on WEDNESDAY, January 21. Each separate Class is open to any one who does not wish to study all the subjects connected with a particular Department.
EXAMINATION for DIRECT APPOINTMENTS in 1874. Candidates intending to present themselves at the Examination already advertised as to be held after Easter, 1874, are requested to send their Names without delay to the Secretary of the Public Works Department, India Office, London, S. W., in order that the forms required to be filled up may be forwarded immediately. They must be British horn subjects, not exceeding the age of 24 on the 1st of July, 1874, of sound constitution, and of good moral character, and must have been employed not less than Eight Months as Pupils or Assistants under a Civil er Mechanical Engineer.
India Offices, November, 1873.
HOUSE St. Leonards
on-Sea. Head Master- ROBERT JOHNSON, M.A. LL.B. Lon. Un, assisted by Five Resident Masters. Classics, Mathematics, Modern Languages, and thorough English are taught. The Junior Classes are trained by Ladies on the PESTALOZZIAŇ principle.
The House, beautifully situated, and specially built for the School, has well-ventilated Class-Rooms and Dormitories, with Hot and Cold Baths, and a covered Playground. The health and comfort of delicate boys specially cared for.
School duties will be resumed on JANUARY 20th.
For Prospectus, apply to Mrs. Durr, the Lady Principal, or to the Head Master.
FULLANDS SCHOOL, TAUNTON.
The aim of Fullands School is to provide for the SONS of GENTLE-
The LENT TERM begins on 22nd January, 1874 - Prospectuses may be obtained on application.
For a general outline of the College Classes, apply personally or by postage-card to J. W. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary.
C. All duly qualified persons of 21 years of age, in six terms.
For information apply personally or by postage-card to J. W. Cux-
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.-The THEOLO-SEFTON HOUSE, WEST
GICAL DEPARTMENT.-New Students must present themselves on TUESDAY, January 20.
The College Theological Testamur can be obtained by
A. Graduates in Arts of any British University, in three terms.
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.
CLASSES.-These Classes will RE-OPEN on MONDAY, Jan. 19,
For the Prospectus apply personally or by postage-card to J. W. CUN-
COLLEGE, LONDON.-The CLASSICAL
DIVISION will re-open on WEDNESDAY, January 21. Among the subjects for the Classical Lectures of the two next Terms will be. The Agamemnon of Eschylus, Demosthenes de Corona, Thucydides, Book III, the Second Book of the Epistle of Horace, and a Selection from Cicero's Letters, as well as the subjects for the London University Matriculation Examination. Besides the Ordinary Lectures, there will be Special Lectures, adapted for Students preparing for the Indian Civil Service, or for Scholarship Examinations, or Greek and Latin Etymology, by Professor MAYOR; and on the Theory of Latin Prose Composition, by Mr. NIXON.
Hours of attendance, 10:15 to 11:45, and 11'45 to 1, daily, Saturday excepted. Fee for one Course, 41. 43. per term; or for both Courses, 61. 68.
For further particulars apply to J. W. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary.
LANGUAGE.-Professor DOUGLAS will BEGIN his CLASSES for the LENT TERM on TUESDAY, Jan. 27. at 3 P.M., and will continue them, at the same hour, on each succeeding TUESDAY and FRIDAY. Fee for the Term, 31. 38.
J. W. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary.
The PUPILS will RE-ASSEMBLE on THURSDAY, January 15th, when Classes will be formed for French, German, Italian, History, Mathematics. English Literature, Latin, Drawing, Singing, Music, &c. The LECTURES will commence the following week. Sixteen Young Ladies are received as Boarders.
LADIES' SCHOOL.-First-class BOARD and
EDUCATION. In order to increase the number of Pupils,
in connexion with University College, London.
FRENCH HISTORY.-Fifteen Lectures by Professor BEESLY, at 2:30 on Tuesdays, beginning January 20. Fee, 1. 18.
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The Classes of English, French, Italian, German, Logic, Constitutional History and Physics, will meet on and after Monday, January 19 of English History and Hygiene respectively, on Wednesday, January 14, aud Friday, January 16.
Prospectuses to be had in the Office at the College, or of J. E.
SCHOOLS for GIRLS.
near LIVERPOOL. Conducted by the Misses ACKERLEY, who devote themselves to the EDUCATION of a limited number of YOUNG LADIES, and who in their Establishment combine the advantages and comforts of Private Tuition with the emulation of a Select School. In their endeavours to ensure the proficiency of their Pupils in every branch of learning, the Misses ACKERLEY are assisted by the most talented Professors from Liverpool.
SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, February 3rd.
ABINGDON SCHOOL, BERKS (Six Miles from
This old Foundation has new buildings on a fine bracing site.
A Public School Education is given to the Sons of Clergymen and
Entrance Scholarships are offered for Competition in January, at
ARSHALTON HOUSE, SURREY.-PREPARATION for Woolwich, the Line, the Navy, the Indian Civil and Forest Services, as well as for Matriculation in Uxford, Cambridge, and London.-Terms moderate.
WELLINGTON HOUSE, GREAT MALVERN.
-This long-established SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES REOPENED for the SPRING TERM on the 15th of JANUARY. For terms, address Mrs. JAY, Wellington House.
MARY LEECH'S MORNING SCHOOL
for YOUNG LADIES will RE-OPEN on JANUARY 22nd, at 14, Radnor-place, Hyde Park, W.
LA ADIES' COLLEGE, THE WOODLANDS, Union- BRIGHTON Thorough Preparation for the Public
with care of and training, by a Graduate (late Scholar, &c.) and his Wife.-Address Rev. F. L. N., 4, Belmont, Brighton.
R. C. H. LAKE'S SCHOOL RE-OPENS 22nd January. VACANCIES for TWO BOARDERS.—Address The REDCLIFFE SCHOOL, 1, Cathcart road, S.W.
EDUCATION for GIRLS SOUTHSIDE
HOUSE, WESTON-SUPER-MARE.-Principals: Mr. and Mis. H. B. SMITH and Miss FERRIS.-The Course of Study is adapted to the Standard of the Cambridge Local Examinations, and is under the personal supervision of Mr. H. B. Smith and Miss Ferris, who have had considerable experience in Teaching, and have successfully passed Pupils at the Cambridge and Oxford Local Examinations. French taught by a Resident Parisian lady. School RE-OPENS on WEDNESDAY, January 21.
tion for Public Schools and Universities, Military and Civil Ser. vice Examinations, by the late Principal of a Public School, in connexion with the London University, assisted by a Cambridge Wrangler; Modern Languages taught and spoken.-Letters may be addressed to C. R., care of Messrs. Rivington, Waterloo-place, London.
CHISWICK.-Mrs. and the Misses EVANS receive a limited number of YOUNG LADIES. The advantages of a High-class School are combined with individual attention and moral influence of a refined and happy home. Professors in attendance: Piano, Herr Ganz; Singing, Signor Caravoglia; Harp, Herr Oberthür; Drawing and Painting, Mr. George; German, Dr. Hellen; Italian, Signor Ferrero; English Literature and Composition, Mr. Wilson; Dancing and Calisthenics, Miss Stainton. References permitted to Sir Robert Lush, Balmoral House, Avenue road, St. John's-wood, London: Dr. John Alfred Lush, M.P., Salisbury; Rev. N. Loraine, Vicar of St. Paul's, Grove Park West; Dr. Diplock. Ranelagh House, Grove Park West; Henry Morton Cotton, Esq., 8, Eccleston-square, London; and to the Parents and Friends of present and past Pupils.
at ZURICH.-Mr. F. de BAUDISS,
formerly one of the Assistant-Masters at Wellington College. RECEIVES a limited number of PUPILS, and will have Vacancies at Easter. The House is healthily situated, and the style of living is arranged to suit English habits. Mr. De Baudiss is assisted by competent Masters, and is able to offer, in addition to French and Ger. man, and the usual subjects of a liberal Education, special facilities Advanced for the study of Physical and Mechanical Science. Pupils have the opportunity of attending the Lectures of the Polytechnic School on Engineering, Agriculture, and other branches of Applied Science. For terms and references apply to F. De Baudiss, Wiesenstrasse, Seefeld, Zurich.
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EGYPT and HOLY LAND, beautifully Coloured, 60 Slides; also a choice Selection of Secular, Sacred, Mechanical Slides, &c.Mr. CHAPPUIS, the Reflector Patentee and Optician, of 69, Fleetstreet, is prepared to Dispose of his remaining Stock at a liberal Discount, in consequence of his relinquishing all branches of business, to confine himself to the manufacture of his Patent Reflectors.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. -WANTED TO
PURCHASE SOME. Persons having the above to sell can apply with the teeth," or, if forwarded, their value will be sent per return. Messrs. BROWNING, 5, Chilworth-street, Paddington, London; and 11, Booth-street, Piccadilly, Manchester.
Sales by Auction
To Schools of Art, Artists, and Others.-Notice of a most Impor tant Sale of Artist's Materials.
W. FURBER begs to announce that he has
received instructions to submit to PUBLIC COMPETITION, on WEDNESDAY. January 21, and Following Days, at 11 o'clock, at the Philharmonic Rooms, Southampton, the extensive STOCK and COLLECTION of PICTURES and ENGRAVINGS of the late Mr. W. BAKER, Master of the Southampton School of Art, as established by the South Kensington Authorities. The Stock comprises 1,000 Lots. Auction Office, 22. Above Bar, Southampton, Catalogues to be had of the Auctioneer, 3d. each.
Library and Valuable Collection of Surgical Instruments of the late eminent Surgeon, RICHARD PARTRIDGE, Esq., F.R.S. MESSRS.
& HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.. on TUESDAY, January 20, and Two Following Days, at 1 o'clock precisely, the LIBRARY and valuable COLLECTION of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS of the late eminent Surgeon, RICHARD PARTRIDGE, Esq. FR.S., deceased, late President of the College of Surgeons; to which are added, PART of the LIBRARY of the late Rev. HENRY VENN, and other Private Collections: comprising Valuable Books in Oriental Literature-County Histories and Antiquarian Works-Natural History in various Branches-Fine Books of Prints-Publications of the Learned Societies-Greek and Latin Classics and Translations, and other Works in the different Departments of English and Foreign Literature.
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of four stamps.
A Collection of English Coins and Medals and the Numismatic Library of the late Capt. R. M. MURCHISON; a valuable Cabinet of Coins, the Property of Major C. H. STRUTT.
WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, Will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand. W.C., on MONDAY, January 26, and Following Day, the CABINET of COINS of Major CHARLES H. STRUTT: comprising Bactrian and Indian Coins, in Gold, Siver, and Copper, including a unique Gold Coin of Eucratides, and many rare varieties; also, a COLLECTION of ENGLISH COINS and MEDALS, and the NUMISMATIC LIBRARY of the late Capt. R. M. MURCHISON
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.
The Collection of Decorative China, the Property of the late Mrs. GEORGE OFFOR, of Hackney; and of BANNISTER SLY, Esq., of New Cross.
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, ill SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on THURSDAY, January 29, at 1 o'clock precisely, COLLECTIONS of DECORATIVE CHINA, including that of the late Mrs. GEORGE OFFOR; comprising many interesting pieces of Old Chelsea, Worcester, Wedgwood, and Oriental manufacture. May be viewed the day prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.
Valuable Library of the late ROBERT NASMYTH, Esq., of
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on THURSDAY, February 26, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock precisely, the Valuable LIBRARY of the late ROBERT NASMYTH, Esq., of Edinburgh, comprising Works of extraordinary rarity-Abbotsford, Bannatyne, and Spalding Publications-choice Books of Prints-important Manuscript and Autograph Letters-rare Prints and Drawings, &c.; amongst which will be found Black Actys, 1586-Boece's Chroniklis, 1536, and other Histories of Scotland-Cax tan's Chronicles of England, 1480-Archbishop J. Hamilton's Catechisme, 11552-Shakespeare's Plays, first and second editions-Shakespeare's Love's Labour Lost, 1598-Midsommer Night's Dreame, 1600Othello, 1630-and Henrie IV., 1639-Virgil's Eneis, in Scottish Metir, by Bp. Gawin Douglas, 1553-Hakluyt's Navigation, with the Suppressed Cadiz Voyage-Lord Eldin's Private Etchings-and Standard Authors in all Classes of Literature.
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of four stamps.
A Valuable Collection of Decorative China, the Property of a
OTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE
announce that they have received instructions from a LADY of TITLE, to SELL by AUCTION, at their House, 13, Wellington-street, Strand, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, February 10 and 11, at 1 o'clock each day, a valuable COLLECTION of OLD ENGLISH and ether PORCELAIN, comprising above 100 Chelsea Groups and Figures, fine Worcester Services, Sèvres, Dresden, &c.
Catalogues are preparing.
FOSTER announce for SALE
by AUCTION, at the Gallery, 54, Pall Mall, on THURSDAY next, January 22, at 1 for 2 o'clock precisely. the COLLECTION of 50 splendid OLD CREMONA and other VIOLINS, Terors, Violoncellos, and Double Basses of Mr. GEORGE CORSBY, deceased; including several very fine and scarce Instruments by each of the following celebrated Makers:
Joannes Baptista Francesco Ruger
Books and Pamphlets relating to America.
Catalogues on receipt of two stamps.
MESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON will
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on MONDAY, January 26, and Following Day, the LIBRARY of an OLD COUNTY FAMILY, comprising Montfauçon, L'Antiquité Expliquée, 10 vols.-Sowerby's English Fungi, 3 vols. - Brookshaw's Pomona Britannici-Todd's College of Bonhommes-Seldini Opera, vols.-Rapin and Tindal's England, 5 vols.-Stillingfleet's Works, rols-State Trials, 6 vols.-Castelli Lexicon Heplaglotton, 2 vols.Critici Sacri, 10 vols.-Encyclopædia Britannica, with Index, 22 vols.Archaeologia Cantiana, & vols.-Edinburgh Review, 95 vols., &c.
Catalogues, four stamps
PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on WEDNESDAY, January 28, and Following Day, rare and interesting BOOKS and PAMPHLETS, chiefly relating to North and South America, collected by the late JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN (of Piccadilly); comprising Voyages and Travels of Eminent Navigators-Local History and Topography of the various States-Curious Pieces relating to the Indians-Acts, Laws, and Proceedings of Congress-The War of IndependenceWritings of the American Quakers and other Denominations-Works on the Plantations and the Slave Trade - Early Minutes of Baptist Associations at Various Stations-Trade, Commerce, and Navigation-Buccaneers, Adventurers, Bubbles-many Productions of Early Printers in America, from 1680, including some Specimens of Benjamin Franklin's Press-and of other interesting Subjects connected with the History of the United States of America. Catalogues, four stamps.
The Service of Plate of the late Rev. J. W. ARNOLD, D.D.
Pall Mall To Violinists and Dealers in Stringed Instruments. MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS
-Collection of splendid Violoncellos, and Double Basses, by direction of the Executrix of Mr. GEORGE CORSBY, of 9, Princes-street, Leicester-square, deceased.
they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on THURSDAY, January 22 (by order of the Executors of the late Lady Mary Arnold), the valuable SERVICE of PLATE of the Rev. JAMES WILLIAM ARNOLD, D.D., deceased, comprising a handsome Soup Tureen, Sauce Tureens, Tea and Coffee Services, handsome Old Candlesticks, Twohandled Cups, Teatrays, Salvers, Entrée Dishes, Mugs, Cruet Frames, Forks and Spoons, &c.
May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.
Music and Musical Instruments.
ESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on FRIDAY, January 30, a MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of ANCIENT and MODERN MUSIC, and an assemblage of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Catalogues are preparing.
Importation from Japan.
C. STEVENS will SELL by AUCTION,
at his Great Rooms. 39, King-street, Covent-garden,, on FRIDAY, January 23, at half-past 19 precisely, Bronzes, China, Lacquer Ware, Ivory Carvings, Embroideries, Satsuma Ware, Jars, Vases, Cups and Saucers, and a great variety of Curiosities, just received from Japan.
May be viewed the morning of Sale, and Catalogues had.
Important Miscellaneous and Theological Library of the late Rev. TEMPLE CHEVALLIER, B.D., Canon of Durham, and Professor of Mathematics in Durham University, by Order of the Executors.
HODGSON will SELL AUCTION,
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery-lane, W.C. (Fleet street end), on TUESDAY, January 20, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock, the VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE LIBRARY of the late Rev. TEMPLE CHEVALLIER, B.D.; including S. Chrysostomi Opera, 8 vols. folioS. Augustini Opera, 10 vols.-S. Hieronomi Opera, 9 vols.-Bedæ Opera, 8 vols.-Corpus Reformatorum, 29 vols. 4to.-Ceillier, Auteurs Sacres, &c., 23 vols.-Delambre, Euvres Astronomiques, 13 vols.Alfieri, Opere, 22 vols -Billings's Antiquities of Scotland, 4 vols.Smyth's Edes Hartwelliana, 2 vols.-Cambridge Philosophical Transactions, 8 vols.-Surtees Society's Publications, 56 vols. 8vo.-British Association Reports, 40 vols.-Arago's Works, 17 vols.-Humboldt's Works, 14 vols.-Jardine's Naturalist's Library, 38 vols.-Biographie Universelle. 85 vols -Chalmers's Biographical Dictionary, 32 vols.Johnson and Steevens's Shakspeare, 24 vols.-Museum of Painting and Sculpture, 17 vols - numerous Works on Astronomy, Meteorology, Mathematics and Kindred Sciences, Greek and Latin Classics, Translations, English and Foreign Poets and Dramatists-a fine Set of the Quarterly Review, 135 vols.-Retrospective Review, 16 vols.-Notes and Queries, 44 vols.-Athenæum, 46 vols.-Illustrated News, 62 vols. &c. To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
Valuable Miscellaneous Library of a Gentleman, consigned from one of the Colonies.
HODGSON will SELL AUCTION,
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery-lane, W.C. (Fleet-street end), on THURSDAY, January 22, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock, Valuable MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS; comprising Richardson's Monastic Ruins, 2 vols. folio-Falconer and Cautley's Fauna Antiqua Sivalensis -The Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle, 3 vols. 4to.-Wight's Indian Botany. 2 vols.-Reeve's Carnatic Dictionary, 2 vols.-Morris's Teloogoo Dictionary, 2 vols.-Marsden's Malayan Dictionary, 2 vols.Buchanan's Mysore, 3 vols.-Moor's Hindu Pantheon-Ames and Herbert's Typographical Antiquities, 4 vols.-Stephens's Entomology, 12 vols. 8vo.-Lindley and Hutton's Fossil Flora, 3 vols.-Humboldt's Works, 15 vols.-Bacon's Works, 17 vols.-Johnson's Works, 11 vols.Dr. Smith's Dictionaries, 6 vols.-Campbell's Chancellors, 7 vols.-Wilkinson's Egyptians, 5 vols.-Ruskin's Painters, 5 vols.-Scott's Novels and Poems, 60 vols.-Dictionnaire de Médicine, 30 vols.-Watts's Chemistry, 5 vols.-Annual Register, 101 vols.-Calcutta Review, 34 vols.The Works of Alison, Grote, Chalmers, Milman, Priestley, Prescott, Napier, Hume and Smollett, Gibbon, and others-recent French and English Scientific Works-Oriental Philology-Voyages, Travels, Biographies, &c. The whole in excellent condition.
To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on FRIDAY, January 23, at 1 precisely, a choice COLLECTION of WATERCOLOUR DRAWINGS, including capital specimens of the following artists:
T. S. Cooper, R.A.
P. de Wint
D. W. Deane
H. G. Hine P. Joris
W. L. Leitch
J. H. Mole
C. Stanfield, R.A.
J. M. W. Turner, R.A. E. Warren
F. Goodall, R.A. several Sketches and Pictures by F. Weekes-framed Engravings after Sir E. Landseer, Rosa Bonheur, W. P. Frith, &c.
May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.
The Works of the late H. J. BODDINGTON. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, 8, King-street, St. James's-square, on SATURDAY, January 24, at 1 precisely (by order of the Representatives), the remaining WORKS of H. J. BODDINGTON, deceased, comprising upwards of Sixty Sketches and Drawings in Water Colours and Pictures; also a Collection of PICTURES, including works of H. Bright, A. Johnstone, J. Holland, J. Ward, R.A., J. Sant, R.A., H. Le Jeune, A.R.A.; a few Sporting Pictures by J. F. Herring, A. Cooper, R.A., and F. C. Turner; and a small Collection of Pictures the Property of a Gentleman, received from the country.
May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.
Extensive Collection of Engravings, the Property of a Gentleman.
MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS
respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, 8, King-street. St. James's-square, on TUESDAY, January 27, and Following Day, at 1 precisely, an extensive COLLECTION of ANCIENT and MODERN ENGRAVINGS, the Property of a Gentleman, comprising a large assemblage of Works of the Italian, German, Dutch, French, and English Schools.
May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.
The Collection of Porcelain of the late Sir RICHARD FREDERICK, Bart.
ESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on FRIDAY, February 6. at 1 precisely (by order of the Executors), the valuable COLLECTION of OLD PORCELAIN of Sir RICHARD FREDE RICK, Bart.. deceased, removed from Burwood Park; comprising a pair of very fine Egg-shell Jars, of unusual size, enamelled with figures-Old Nankin Blue and White and Japan Porcelain, and specimens of Old Chelsea, Worcester, Bow, Berlin, and other manufactures -also some choice specimens of Old Chelsea, Bow, Derby, Nantgarw, Swansea, Worcester, and other English Porcelain, Old Sèvres, and Dresden ditto, the Property of a Gentleman.
The Collection of Pictures of the late Sir RICHARD FREDERICK, Bart.
[ESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on SATURDAY, February 7 (by order of the Executors), the valuable COLLECTION of PICTURES of Sir RICHARD FREDERICK, Bart., deceased, removed from Burwood Park; comprising a chef-d'œuvre of Frank Hals-The Daughter of the Gracchi, a very fine work of Elisabetta Serani a grand Seaport, by Claude-Portrait of Gabrielle d'Estrées, by Janet-Portrait of Killigrew, by Vandyck-a grand Landscape, by Van Uden, with Figures by Teniers; and capital Works of the following Masters:
This interesting Collection was formed in the beginning of the last century, and all the Pictures are in a thoroughly genuine state.
Autographs.-Public Sale in Paris.
THE VALUABLE COLLECTION of the late
W. SMITH, Esq., will be SOLD on the 7th of FEBRUARY next; including beautiful Specimens of Lord and Lady Byron, Edmund Burke, R. Burns, Coleridge, Channing, Dr. Dodd, Fielding, Sam Foote, Garrick, Lady Hamilton, Warren Hastings, W. Herschel, John Howard, Lady Huntingdon, Jenner, Lamb, Landseer, Jenny Lind, Thomas Moore, Lord Nelson, Fred North, Sam Richardson, Walter Scott, Shelley, Southey, Swift, John Wesley, Wordsworth, Edward Young, &c.