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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                1-'.; � 1^:4,269; FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, ISQ9. Frice 6^ � HARiroW ox TiJE HILL. -.JfR. WK�B nuist ^pecffully informs his lyjt friendsaud former I'npil*,tb.ithis ASKVAL BALL, lak' "n ToVday ijifjrt, the JOlh Jan. instaut, at Xirkets 0�if Guinea, to ailmit'a Lady aud O'entlcman, or to UdifK i ihigle for Genlleuten lit. to be hnd at Cleinenii KlCo,CI�ea�sidcj Mr. HnHsdU, 43, llojboru; Mr. Wcl!?, LeaaeiiliaR-strcet: Gonlding "and Phipps, Stvf Hoiid-jfttraxd of Mr. W�bb, >(o,il, Welbeck-slrcit, Caven- RUfiBr ANXrVERSA-Ri'.   ' ,,-JlIJi; ANNUAL MEKTIiXG of �he NO-I X BLUim and GfiSTtKMEX educatedaiRUGBY ISGHOOL. will be^ r..w,..v...h .-. ^ PtrsoDS, iberefpre, who may be incline^ to treat for the MBie, are desired to apply at the Secretary's Office tn the said JHofpital, any Morning, between tbcboiirs of Ten aud Three, where further particulars B>ay be known, aiid Pattenisseen brapidyiiV ft the Adjutant of the said Hospital, luid to send iotheir Proposals in writiiie, sealed up, to the said Secie-I tary's Office, as also their Patterns sealed to the Adjutant on iir belpre the aSili pf Jaiinary next _ A'l'LAS riRE and LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. rriilE iVcsiileut aoij Directors inform the Pro-JBL' prirtfirsand the PaVic. that their Ollice is removed to No.tbeapside, where'the busiucss will iu fyture be traasactfd; . The Ail^ C*mpaiiy solicitattentiop to )he following ad< vanlsges prupiised bj' them. viz.: iopay Rent, in raseof Firie, without any additional Premium.-^I'oa^ure FarmiogStpcfc without as average clause, arSs.per cent, perann.-Tb assure Merchandize in t lie \V�-st India Docks, at 2s. per cent, per annum.-To make good I)aio.-)ge by Ligbtoing; and. To issue Policies, make Ed� dunemciUs and Surveys, &ee of iexpence to the assured. Printed Proposals .may be-bad ou application at the OlSce inliOiidvn; or to the Agents in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Cork, and other Citicsaod Towns of the United Kiiir; m. HENRY UESBORf.^UGH, Juii.St r.lary. Chc-ipiide, ajth1)ec.l808. __ ORGANS.-FUGUT anti ROBSON, Organ Bnililers, No. 101, St. Martin's-lane, beg to acquaint the HubiVitv and Gentry that they have just CHmpkted an czteibive iissorlinent of Filler, �krrel, and .Machine Organs ofevery description, which, fjr correctness of performance .and superiority of wortunanship, fliey trust will be found worthy of patroiiage.-Particularly a Variety of Barrel Organi furthe purpose of d.-incing to, with or without the drum, triangle, flageolet, flute, and castanct accompnni-ments.-Also Finger and Barrel Org ins, in the construction of wVidiniaiiy valuable iinprovements have been adopted__ Ami Rsilm'-'tWeOrsimsto play by barrel, adaiited either for !awrt�t�*�wi|Cfi;j)Jt,|(hQ use o(,coui�try churches or chapels. N. K. New Barrel iBa3e<'p!fll illd ones reset. " lustrumciitf judiciowlv luntd and rrpairetl.      _ SUBSCRIPTION TJBRAR.Y,No. 50, Cond.iit-slreel.-HKNRY COLBURN respectfully solicits the attention of .the Public to bis ENGLISH aud FOREIGN SUBSCRllTIOiV LIBRARY, which is conducted on the nmst rt(?n3fve SraIe.fo as tn insure Subscribers, whether in TiiwnorCunniry,autnnplertnd iriitnediatesupplyof the Rooks ihcifjlfsire. This Institution, it is presumed, now st:iiids imri-vallpil,'ni!)r;iciiiga geiieral'Selcction of Works in cvr rv hr-ynch of Enjiish, French, and linlinn Literatare; to which are rc-jfnlarJv added, all new English and Foreign Works, inchid-iiif liafa/.ines. Reviews, Pamphlets, &c. immediately on tlicfr])i�bUrationot arrival In Town. Books senttoSub-Kiibers (in boxes) to all parts of the Kingdom.-.Just |iuli-felifd, as aliove, a Picture of-ValeiJcia, taken ou the spot, by Wiristibli Aagustus Fischer, 8v�. Os, ARVEY's SAUCE, for Fish, Game, &c.- JLJL E. LAZENBY respectfully informs theNohiltty and (;efttr� the ahove admired Article is prepared only at hrr Warefioiisc, No. G, Edward-street, Portmun-square ; and by apiioihtment, m'ay be bad of T. Baxter, l-dinburgh ; JieU. Scarborough: GreRS�m, Liverpool; Getty, Miinclies- vey'fisigualtire on thij label.-R. L. at the same time Iwfis to Tecominend Irer genuine Essence of Ancbovics; which, with n variety of riob S.aace8 and Pickles, may be had, paeked HI c i>toU;C. signed by th.^ j ^inripalii only. Ii>ft attlie bur of Lloyd's Cofice-bouse, vti.- be immcaiatcly attended to.    �   '  _W.J3, 1808. _ CPYftlNG and VIARSDEN'S PUKE LE.MON Ai;iD, prepareil by them only, at 1S3, Bortuigh, Lon-dew. This Acid v'ssessesall the gaiefulilavour of the lemon, malLtoiutt.-t e.\ce!loi)t punchy Irniiioade. aad negus; rs adapt-�(Iforevcry purpose in cookery^ such as sauces. Jellies, &c. iV ctiiitcnience oflliis nrticle.for families, taverns, and rnnj, omrersaodsemlem-ii travelllDg, captains pfsbi^s, &t. is ob-wuu5,_ii sjtyes botl! lime and trouble, if equally rich as the nut, and always cheaper, one bottle.^r^ as faf as JO le-inom, price'.*; gj. or seven in one bottle, ifbr 13s. Sold als* oy:Mr. LapilierJ, IJ, LudgaJe-bill; Mr. Wix, 22, Leaden-Mll-stceet: Mr. Wickson, 170, Straftd; Messr. Pressey and Barclay;nenrietta-str<^t: JMr. Price, 3, Hay-market; Mr. innghani, Hfi, Holboru; Mr.-fca^dl^J^ Edward.-street, ; Oftinan sgiLire; Mr. .Aveliiis, Gloucester-street, Blooms-""O-, Mr.ltepprn, S2, .Minories; Mr. Davis, 80, Bishops-P-te.stffct; and by choit respectable oilmen^ grocers, &c- in !:::^d country.  - �_ JOHN PALETHORPiSllKAlH, of Nottii.g-hairi, resBeclfully informs the Merchant;, Trade�men, m Public at Large, that Messrs. Shaw and Edwards, (fiiot-St. Paul's   Charch-Y'jird, are hereby appointed "holesaie. and Relaii Agents, in conjunction n uu Mr. TO BE LE r, unfurnished, for a Term, a large HOUSE, in" Ch.-tiles-street, Berkley-square, upon which a Large Sara of Money has just been laid out. Enquire of iVlr. Taske, Mortimer-street, Cavendish-squiie. ARMY.-To be disposed of, for the regtila-lion, au ENSIGNCY, in an old Regiment, of onlv .me Battalion, now in Portugal.-And a Coniricy in .in old Regiment of Light Dra ~a X CHURCH l.NTKREST, with R.-ink annexed,-or a prospect of Rank ; or.-m Advowson ,-iiul Presentation, with early po.ssession.-Apply, Between eleven and four, or address, jKist-paid, to iVJr. Wilson, No. 6, WarJrobc-place, (.reat Carter-lane, Dncl'irs Coimnons._ INDIA.-Any Lady or Genlleman who can procure for a Friend iblc exertion will lie madetoensure*! early and regular delivery. ft N.B. Births, marriages, deaths, and advertisements ingene-ral received for, .and inserird in all the f.ondnn Papers. TO THE COUNTRY liOOKSELLI-KS. THE FIRSr MONTHLY PARI'of HEW. LETT'S niHLK,w.a5thi5 d.ay delivered f.i the l.nn-.don wholesale trade at three several pi.ces:. viz.-Royal V'aper, with six plafes, at is. per part.- Demy paper, with six plates, Rt7i. per part-Demy pnp.-r. without plates, at /is. per p.art.-Anil the tlrst weekly Numliersal 2s. N. Pd. and Is. respectively, \; ill be ready on S.ituulay the 7tli of January. The Country Booksellers are requested to address their Orders for less tha{i 25 copies lo tluir respective Correspondents. BHitSC^rert, Xlfc. 31, l�Og. For the Use of Families ,and C'-uiilrv t.'oii^rcgaliiiiis.-Tliis ] day    published, io One \' 1. Svn.'price in lioar.ls, Gs. SERMONS on  VARIOUS SCBJIXTS and OCCASfO.VS.-By the Rev. .lOHX NANCE, M. A. Fellow of Wf rre. Iied this d.av, price lis. fid. AComplete TRE.\TlbE �n   MliRCIIANTS ACCOUNTS, particularly adapted for the u=c of Schools. By R. LANG FORI), IJavdon-sqnare, London. Sold by Messrs. Lon^cman, llur.-l, Rees, and Ornie, Pater-no.-ter-row; also, .it No. II, Cornhill, .and N�. II, Long-acre. " Will be published on March 1st, an Introduction to Tradeand Business._ Thisdav is published, price Is. ACATALOGUE of BOOICS, for IS09; con. t.aiuing several- valuable Libiaries, lately purcliiised, aninngst which are many rare Specimen? of e;irly Typography ; iriso a line collection of rare, curious, and valuable Drawing and Pri"ts, by tne old Masters ; with a large and good Collection of Mo'dern Books, in various Languages, Arts, ami Scienc?}, many of them in elegan;-and splendid hjudiiies, which wiil be s'lld for readv money, (bein^ chiirgeri very low), by JOHN Hr.AT(JX. S:rccessor to the late Mr. Biniis, Bookseller, Stationer, Printsellcr, and .Musicseller, in Leeds.-Of whom in.ay be h.iil, the lull value for Libraries and Parcels of Books, in ready niorey. - Catalogues to he Irad at the Place of Sale ; of .Messrs. Ciiiiby and (.'o. No. 4-, Stationcr's-court, London : and may he seen at the Shops of the Principal Booksellers in Great Britain. Thisdav is published, in Two crown Svo. Vols.   ith a Portrait of More, and fac-simiie. Wood Cuts, It's, in hoards, A   MOST Pleasant,. Pniilful, and Witty Woik .tSL of the best S'lATE �f .-i-PUBLIC WEAL, and of the new Isle called UTOlUA, wlitten iu L:itin by the rg'-.I worthy .and famous Knight Sir-'l'lionias More, anil iranslau-il into j-.ngliah by Rp.ohe Robinson, A. 1), 1531. A now l-'.di-lion, vviHi cnpious Notes (induiliji^ the whole of Dr. Warner's), and .1 Bi'-grajiliieal and Literary li'lroducii.ni.- liy Ihefiev. T. F. O'iBiMN, F. S. A. Author of an Introduction to the Knowledge ul'tjje best Editions of the Greek and Latin Classics. Pnhlislicd for William Miller, .Alhem.arle-street. .   Asmall impression is track, oil* im large p.iitor, in One Vol. -!to. with an extra Plate, in outline, of More"s Family. I'rice 11.1 Is. 6d. boards.__   _' This Day w;is p'.ibli.'.Iied, ill Octav.T, beriutifutly printed l-.y Ballantvne and Co. embellished with three En.;ravin)ji, price Ijs. board*, rpiIE BATTLE of FLODDON-FIELD: a JDL Poem of the Si.\tepnth Cent-irv : with the ^aHl>||^ Readi;i!5S of thcdilferejil Copies, Hist.iricAl Nott-s, aGi".-?a-ry, and .an Appeiidi.x, containing Ancient Poem.-, and Historical Matter r-.'lative to the event. By HENRY WEBBER, Esq. gri" A vcrv few on royal paper, with proof imprcssrons of the plates, price I/, /s. (id. hoards. The ancient poem of Floddon-field having become extremely scarC'', is now, for tbelir.-t lime, pnhlislicd in .-.n nutbciiticform, the text bein.5 established by ihe ci>llalion of he different manuscripts .aud printed copies. Copious notes are subjoined, a� also an Appendix, containing numerous ancient poems relating to the battle and its consequences, t.ige-ther with the minute ncc imiis of the mo^t creditable Kngiish historians. The engravinas of the two 't.iL-dards carried hy the ICarls of iluntlt-y and Marshall, anil tie �(� ord .and dasger of King James IV^. arc added .as appropfciacemhelli^hmonts. The whole, it is Imped, will be fowti.l an it^eresting commentary to anrvcnt, whicii has btely become so laiivMs.ally popular, bv the publication of Mr.'Scotts Mamiion. Printed for Archibald Constalde and Co. Edinburgh ; and John Murray, 32, Fleet-strert, Londim. VALUAI5LE SCHOOL B6t)K. Thii day fs published, .or New Edition, embellished with onn hundred beantiiiil liiigravings on Wood, price 2s. lid. bound, ' with a full ullow.ance to Scliools, READING KXERCISICS for iUc JUNIOR (;LASSESin SCHOOLS, being a Sequel to M.nors and other Spelling Books; and an Inlrodnction to the Class-Book and Speaker.-liy the Re^. DAVID BLAIIJ, Author of the Cl.oss-Book, Grammar of I'hUosophy, iiist Catechism, &c. &c. This Work recomme.nds itself to general adoption in all Seminaries, by the following peculiar fe.atores :-I. It is printed ill a large clear Type. 2. It is rendered intereslin;; hy numernns l-.osbeWishme'His. 3. Thesubject matter is adapted to I lie capacity of Children, ;iiid is at once eiiterLaining, moral and iiijtructive. 4. A\l the diliicnlt and long words are .elected, divided, and printed at t!ie bead of each Lesson, in the nlitniicr of Brown's fest.imeiit. Printed for Richard j'hillii>=. No. 6, Bridge-street: and to be bad of all Booksellers and Stationers in the Coited Kingdom; of whom may ke had, by the *.ame AiiHi"r, 1. The CIa>-�-Book,or Lessons for every Day in the Year, price js, bound. 2. The First Catechism, or an Explnnatisn ef Common Things necessary to he known at .an Early .-\ge, price i'd. 3. The Gramin.ar of Phildsophy, or Easy IiitrodMCtion to the useful Sciences, ou the pl.aii of Goldsiiiitb's Gr re ot the VenercaJ Di.-easc, Wessell's Jesnits Drojis antf Specific Remedy, arc the obty safe and expeditions Cure, and are so iti-Docciit in their nature, as to require liitlc or no rcstr.aint. Sold wbotesak- and retaU by Shaw pjid Co. 66, St. Paul's Church-yard, London; but ui'dess their iMiesappear ou the Siamp, it cannot be genuine. Prlte 23. SSTj and m.ay be had of all venders of Medicitre. NAVY OFFICE. Dec. 2s', iSCi5. ^ .'oni.'jiissioners of re -Vs'.vt. I.',,it iin y,'edne-.d.ay, -, to an>ir�!r tchen cJilied for. _ OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, Dec.      l&jy. rFIIIE Principal Officers of His M-ijeily's Ore. JrL nance do iierc',j s;irf, notice, that Pri'-^o^uh teiU h- r,  ceiut.d at their Ojpce, in Ptill Mail, on ur before FriJa , the 20/A (ffl^i ('/January nc.cl,from su,:h I'ersuii-c :nn:i lie willing to undertake ihe supply of T.AC'KLE iiOOKS. and variousn;her Articles of Iron, i'l.r the Service of tiii= Department for a period of Three Veais. Patterns of the Art chs may be seen upon npplicuh'on .".t the Principal si on kirper^s Ujfice in the 'l'..icer: tj.'ice f.'.vttter particulars, together j.il/l tin Terms and CoitJi,i,rii .if 1,'ie Contract may be knoicn ; and al. LC. ;" but no Proposal can he niiceu ajicr the sitiU 20lh day. of January ne.il, at Taetve o'CiJ'-: nl noon tf tlie same day: neither Kill any Tender be wiliced units':. U'te. Parly mut.ing il, or an Agevt in his behalf, shall ull?^. By Order of the Board. _v.. H. CREW. Sec. EAGLE INSURANCE COMPANY", CORNHILL, LONDON. INSURE'RS z::(h this' Cvmpany are respectfully inforinid, ih,'t P.jVciirs r.ipi:ing at (/liristmas iciH be rcneicd on appliciilLon ni t'li.^ Oi.'it- . tc!:Ain Fifteen Days./;-u//t /'-' eriud, Kioip'.s being reudj it reer-bly to tin reduced . 'rc.iiiums, i-iz.- Common Insurniice to    lO.C.W  at  2.'.^ llazar.|�t:s......to      ti.uiJJ   at   3s.^ per Cir.t. Diiiilil\ ii.-i/.-.nloii? t�       ti.'i.-O   at   .is. J Adv.uitilgti lo jiisiu'.-rs �     tljis Comi-anjr- Payment of Jtent in caie of Tire, kH.'ihuI increase of P.-^-I miiim.   Damage by Lighlnhig mode good.   No chuiy'^i: for i   Policies, JniJorscm.-nl-,  ^1 l!cial:i.:i-,   i-r i-,irve'js.   A C,iin-I mission of ,'j per Cent, olloiee'l i 'i Sliipping Insurance. Abatemenls uu Country In.-,v,.':t:i.,:.-:, from H)l. to -ijl. par Cent, upon t.'ie Premium; an.K. fuii'i 2^ to lb per Cem. upon the DuU'. I'arming Slock insured (icit/irut Average Clituse) at 2i. per C^nt. *�* The Comp.anj's Terms for Li.fe Insurance are penally liberal, atid possess very siiperiivr Claim- lo public P.i-tronage. " W. HKKa-flAM, ^wreUry. ROVAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE OFFICL, Nov. 3U, ISOS. TIIE Court of Directors of ihe Royal change Ass;;n.v.\cc, do hereby give Notice, that their Transfer Books will be shut from t'uesday, tho .:0.'/i of Decemhirr nezi, to Tuesday, the JO/A of .huu.'ny follt.ic ing, and that the Annual Gtneral Court appointed by their Cliurter, trill be /widen ai their Ojjice, -in the Uosal Exchange, cn Wednesday, the 21.>/ of Dect-mbcr, at iilsven u'C.iCiv in the Torcnuon, andthui a VzciiUnd will be cunsi-ilcred of at the said Court. SAM. FEN'^ING, jun. .Socrttary. * * Attenilance is jivc-n daily, a! t!:c saUl (.h'xi-, aii;l at  their Office in Pall .\lall, f�r t:ie .-isiunmce of Buildings, Gniids, Merchandize, .and Slii[>s in il-irliuur, in Dock, or while btti'.ding, from Lo.-s or o.-iaia^e by t'rc- ; .and .also for the Assurance of, and planting Ai.-inilies on f.i>r.=. PHtE.'^n.X IliU:-OiFJCi!l ^ PERSONS zzliose Jnsiirance P;t^i:ients full elite at Christinas, are rcf/uesled to Inke jSoli'e, that frinlcd Itccipts are noK ready at the Oijicis in Lo:iih.;iid-strcct, niid' Ch.icin^-Cros; ; and icilii ihe slvci ul JlgciUs of the Company in Ihr, cv.uitry. pence fo,       ^ ,y.,..r,... "F'.arcoiHg Sto^k is in?iured al 23. ncr Cent, per ATinimi. jE.NKIN J.ONi.S, biT. N.B. No cliarce will be m.a'le.hy this OfJce for I'oli-of Insur.mce upon Sums of Throe Hundred Pounds or upwards. THE REV. MR. UAliCl.A J o iVitM.' .kMlUiM-OUS P!.'...3. "ffT was a remark of the celcbrnt�l T;-. Biichar, JL Author of the IJnn:e?t c Medirise, tli.Tt coTioi.aisiiso'f t1 je Rev. Wiiliam Barclay, the extensive late of w!i c!i, a:''l the high estimation in which tnc.T ar� drsrr edly iieid, h.J  considerably le-fjrnrd the numb-r of thr-c ci>r:i->;;:iiiis ; and bids fair, in a short t,rr.e ta be llie mean.' nf f:;iire'y cradt-calin^them. TV Pills have a quick a-.;-l f: ..� �poialien, they act poi-r'i'iy and specinrally on tne liile, and th.iS remove the n'lnicrous disorders csnrii-cici w:;h it, Sictt Head-Aches, Flalulenrc, Liver Coiiip'.ai:>:3, JaMidice,N'er-OBS Diiorders from femigenimi, ii'c. Tliey an the most valuafile Family Medicne hitherto offered i.> the Public, and the Proprietor is supported by tb* i^o-i resueciable evidence of ilie lint ^bararters of toe Nobility ami otbt-rs, Jhaltbej bavenever been administered to any person withort jiving certg.l and speedy relief, and ia the end completing a Cure. Si and ford-street; and by ail respectable Vendets in town ttnd country. . A Car.tiou.-Observe theoSiBe of WilliSm BKrcl^y %eH-rmved on the Stamp,* hich is aiGxed on the outside wrapper offiiehbox; all not so stamped are a d^gerons io^i^Ltibe. llrlce 5i. 6d,acd IQi. per box^Tvita ampledir�%iio!jj;   

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