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Courier (Newspaper) - March 20, 1818, London, Middlesex 7941. FRIDAY Ml To the and FREEHOLDERS of the Councy of HE fY anxious wish not to disturb the peace of the County hid induced to forbear offering myself at the next General as a Candidate for the distinguished honour of representing you in although hy a very numerous and body of unexpected of your worthy Colonel to himself at the of the present now me the opportunity of to the wishes of my and of presenting myself as a Candidate ' for a repetition of those which have already been on my Should I have the good tu be elected to the and important situation to which I it tball be my anxious endeavour to its arduous with zeal and and to preserve unimpaired our valuable as well as to by every means my tUt interests and prosperity of the County of I have the to T ' devoted and faithful humble GEORGE Jun. March 15, 1818 To the of EAST INDIA Ladies and ITake of you that it is my a favourable opportunity to offer myself ai a the important of a Director of the Affairs of Honourable tUe East and the of soliciting the honour of your Votes in 1 vas appointed a Writer in the the Company's Civil upon the Madras in 1796, in which 1 am now a Senior but i went round to in with the of the Madras to become a Partner in the of Alexander ami Co. of to my departure for was both on tile island of Ceylon and at in the Revenue and in which I had the goo J fortune to obtain the approbation of my immediate superiors iii of the Hoard and of the and the partiality of friends leads me to hope that in these and as a and for some time the Head in the Alexander and I liave the opportunity of information which render nie not an for your future favour and 1 have the honour to Ladies and Vour humble - JOSIAS DU Mo. 18, March 19, 1318. FRIEND f the 15UDD, MA. THE Committee of this whose is to visit and all of the distressed at their own anxiously solicit the attention of a to the of an which in an ever populous and metropolis is calculated to confer many benefits on the deserving Committee have winter found it expedient or necessary to select any district for their but adhere to the p with which their appeal enabled them relief in 11,00'J domiciliary visits to willing to hope although they cannot pri suit so picture of wretchedness at the present an appeal of cases they are now over parts of the will not be They beg to remind an enlightened that tlie most genuine ami is seldom found but mostly pines under its miseries in that aid is in general by no means adequate to the actual wants of the those little in time of sickness may be deemed that the plans of this Society the best means of - avoiding and selecting cases of the most abject misery that it many advantages superior even to pecuniary by the Interest and instruction of a judicious and The have only to that funds are andl that unless a prompt supply is liberally he not only to rehnquish the 120 of 442 are now receiving weekly OFFICE OF March 9. 1818 Officers of His SAUCE do give that will be at their in PaR en or before such Fersons as nmy be Killing to the of HAIR and other for Service of this for a period of three terminable alter the expiration of the first upon three at the option of either Patterns of the Articles matj be ujton at the Principal in the and farther - must be delivered and Proposals for Hair but no can Ik after the said 25lh at at Noon of the same luill Tender be unless the Parly making or an Agent in Ms shall Order of the R. H. Sec. UF March 9, 1818. THE Principal Officers of His Ordnance do give That Proposals will at their in or before WEDN the day of March from stick Persons as be undertake the supply FORAGE for the stationed in the undermentioned to be delivered at the Expence of the exclusive of iply uic of their The Father of a of from six to is either dying or upon a sick bed the children young to or to procure the so in the care of her sick young as t-i be incapable any rent Weekly in being 4s. or a from the and the produce of their which they are pledging to liuy tu day Committee merely state which are to call the ordinary and abstain Front aggravating which each individual and subscriptions will be thankfully received hy the Esq. Bridewell at following Messrs. and Co Mr. and df also may be thi last of the lately Committee beg respectfully to the receipt of since last Per Esq. 0 H. - 10 Per Mr. F. Esq. 1 0 W. 1 1 J. IL - 10 A. R. - - 10 0 Esq. - 10 0 U. ditto 5 0 Per Messrs Esq. 3 3 Per Mr. MiSs Cookson 1 0 Sympathizing Friend 5 0 L. per Samuel Esq. - 5 0 Mrs. Palmer 0 INDIA INDIA i- Shawl one of the most Ornaments of Female has availed himself of the elegance of the and has imported a Selection of India replete with the Specimens Oriental begs also to acquaint his Friends and that he has just completed an extensive A of Scotch Imitation copied from the most esteemed India bearing the minutest resemblance to the For exclusively at and British 10, near St. far on terms the most FRENCH LACE No. 16, purchasing ihe selecting them for are they will find an elegant Assemblage both of Long and Square Shawls in and the most superb Copies in at his East India Shawl and Muslin 5tc. as of French and French India Shawls and Curiosities Irish of the new and improved article in Household and the most Articles for New Printed purchased by the Piece are at the tride Ladies commissions experience the most liberal AT Nine o'clock in Thursday 26th the will receive Four Pipes of All Three of 30,000/. with Sixty-five other Sec. &c. yet in the the sincerely thanks the Public for Patronage already conferred this The No. 6,965, entitled to Four Pipes of was shared by in two Two and Four who the holders immediately to order from any Wine Merchant they their respective proportions of the Pipes of of the choicest quality in the Which T. BISH will pay for on who has also the wre to that he and shared no less than Twelve ot drawn this being No. 3,107, a 5" of one of the largest Prizes yet and Eleven &c. demand been very great throughout the his Friends to be early in their application whilst variety of Tickets and Shares at hU No. 4, Three Prizes of 30,001* BISH sold them All and hopes to sejl All the Three of 30,000 NORTH for a period of Six Months from the 1st of April The Oats to be and without any mixture of Foxy or Mowburnt and must not weigh less than 37 pounds per Winchester The Hay to be sweet and and delivered in Trusses of 55lhs. The Straw to be and drf or Rye and in Trusses of lbs. The Prices ti bi paid tor the respective Quantities of each Article which may be at the following viz. For the Oats at per hundred Avoirdupois For the Hay at per and twelve the at per hundred ana twelve may be delivered separately or jointly for two or more of the and it is expected that the Contractor shall receive the Stable during the Period of his making an allowance for the lame after the rate of per per Particulars may be upon application to the ccrs Artillery in each and also at the Secretary's in Pall any day between the of Ten and Pour where the Proposals must be delivered sealed and Proposals for but no Proposals can bs after the at o'clock at of the same neither will any Tender be Agent lif Order H. fora in most romantic Districts in situate on the shores of the well and commanding both sea and environed by near to a Market an exclusive right of Grouse Shooting and other over several thousand together with in and 1 rout The Houie in the best with Rooms lotty and of Entrance and ten excellent with suitable and also every other interior convenience to the accommodation of a Family Stabling for ten excellent and from Ten to One Hundred Acres of Pasture possession of the whole may be House is if may be rented with the if a of seven years is will be soli at a fair further particulars by letter post apply at the office of Mr. who power to treat for the H O 0 T I N G a and and Small to and entered to at Whitsunday and with Thirty-three Acres of into three occupied by Alexander Esq. arc to Let lor a of may be agreed The which contains two public five and apartment and with many other and there is a Set Of The Garden is in by a high and well stocked truit It is delightfully OM the banks oi the river at the west end of immediately opposite to the romantic village of to there is communication liy post three - upon the Estate the whole of which the 1 will the liberty of shooting and are very and interior to none in that country for of which there is a great such as roe wild the angler there is great as the river Dochart abounds in and The hill of which there are are with tlie finest and upon which the may have the liberty ot is only fory miles from to which place is a The picturesque and scenery of is .so well known and admired by it is to attempt a on the a situation so many inducements for sportsmen as seldom occurred For particulars apply to W S. or Duncan writer In on the estate of OLD BRITISH 25 per cheaper than hitherto been offered lor WALKER'S BRITISH WINE and FOREIGN and BRITISH No. 5, near where the Public may be supplied from an extensive Stack of from three to four years consisting of rich dry fine rich red white &c. delivered free of expense to any part of London and its vicinity at the following for ready money - In Bottles - - 203, per Doz. In Casks ef 2 and under 5 7s. 6d. per Sand 10 7s. 20 30 and i QUARTERS in PJ 10 and C3 and Half and Pipes Fins Cognac Brandy Old Jamaica Rum Superior Rich Fine Geneva British Gm Rich 7s. 6s. 9d. 6s. 6d. 3.1. 5s. 163. 26s. 10s. PA. 12*. 6d. With a of Dry Wines made from Bloom and Muscate &c. Country Orders tor Purifying by REUBEN Jun. process perfectly without producing any foul and does not require any assistance on of the except when a is which may be effected in a few without allowing any impure Gas to find its way to the and if from the renewal should be delayed for some no injury will arise it. It relieves the from all pressure except that of the which enables the workmen to secure with ease the mouths of the it prevents a great waste of Gas where are and always at the time of drawing It preserves the brilliancy of the Gas which in the ordinary process of washing through lime is found on comparison to be lessened very effecting thereby a in the quantity necessary for each I n point of economy be nor is the of such a nature as to be a source of it may remain on the premises or be removed and ia many situations will be found a good The various qualities above make this Patent peculiarly valuable to those who are about to erect Gas as from rendering a drains a proper situation can be so tRuch more and will be found useful to already by preventing those nuisances pf which so much has been This is in use at the Works for lighting the City of are 4 4rain), is to WE are to the New Satirical THE published this and may be had aBd at every respectable the HOY the with such applause at the the popular of ROB is this day last CANTO of CHILDE harolds with will be by E. 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