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Courier (Newspaper) - January 12, 1809, London, Middlesex THURSDAY, JANWlRY J^^ISG9. "^t-� pic FA VI I,�ON. Kewcaslle-stVf*!, St rand, \trd.iv. -I lth:J>f W !5tl> lime 1:>>�;'"-*. a hiriA-V trunreio, rallrf tUe HTTLi:,\VOIU.O, ..r.(>mbri-3 *fl^'^r.ltn Kiccnriies by ri* I).,ut.leJC...np:|.ly. ?hv.iinV;-Aiintii ei�ionstRitioiii, by ..ftln litfiteace. < LrJMUBf mi�iio�Vromlcn to tljrqe�.iiicLfr F^>^''^l''-M(*^'l'''^^ wliu wbli iliiy Uie ihe Pia rffirtelanglftaitwogutifeas pf"r qiaWer; jxM tire )larpl�Tfl�e lessons.for W� Kuineiu'. F^nciiif; laiigiit �ii ftmlenia iii nda�tia'.f ptr week. ^ , UDIEf'BOARLUSGSQHgpL, NKAtt TilU ClTY MRACUOSSiespectfun'y inform the Gentry, M(lr(ianLsmwherJJ|�ld�i�igeii*rnl.4liat herSrlioi>l jrlllrecoimence oii.Md.vi>Av iUe lfith"^oF Jainj.irv, and that k'.ie luisatcoDimodatinnfur fivcwore y/tdn^ Uitiie>'a>i tioard-Shdliolics that thefciltet-insmccess slie lias met with T"- -- :--ii- J-.-u.,.^ ......F.I... ?orthwe�5)carf, in rducatiiig the daughtt-ra ot some of the fint Fanjiliel in.lbe City, t�� whom ri-fi-rrm-ei niny be bnj, wilibcriosihairrecomjnendatinij (o Iho c Ladies and Gcii-tiemfnwboiJJay honoVrJft**ith4heir l'atroVt:��cv , . jeriu-ilThe Young f Jidies. arc boarded aadtailcht tSc Inglieli Itid^Frtuch LangiKUtfS with KraWimntiral ])uritv and cnrrfctiuils, History, and iliC >iedle Wnrksj. tor I'liiiiy GuioLW jHT amium, washing included; Pail.mr iJoarders Fifly-l�W GaiDWis per/annum. Day IJoifl-ders, Tlirce Coiiifas aad a Half pqr Quarter; and Day Scholars One tiaincaalida Ilaif; -NtflintnuiCe Money expccud, itithcr friim B^tiifi? or Djiy Schnlare, \V rilipi;, Arithmetic, Music, �knciMg, l>ira*ingj JUiUan, GeogVapJiy, the Use of the Globis.ana ArtriMKjnij^ taiigfit by Pfofesbbri ofemiccncc and fstawLilied ra<'rif. Mrs. cWmay be�tiaken nilB,er directed to, at her Se-Binary,' Kn. lli'(?baltics' -s^aare, near the (-ity-road. This ��tabIi;tftient'cDhsi$ts'butT)f asmall aiid select uut^ber of ladies. ^ � POrtam BREWERY-in DQHIilN.-Oue or tv�o Ilfl.H'BXRasjvoirtdooxiijM;treated with fay the. yronririt*rfif rift* of iheblilesl establislied I'urtcr Breweritt fit U�b|ifrj:.T)ie.ailvantag� wMijh tlieHrewerv.at^luded to' ahfnmlbelowBKfaafiieat^ib^ltpkngfree^f ��tef toX, ssTHtirinitconipIrtelyiicnrfaltirgeiitrin "f money liav-fU tatdy exjieiiiled on tliWcoucernut and Ihe gre^t capa-Wityof t)ie_iilo>f eiterisive trade,'are peculiar to itself when wmpart^wtiiafly i�her houseju Dublin. A.new arnin^e-�rat btidg aboilt td take places tttl^ cirS'iuiSiauoes under which t ^Hrt'iehhiii mav be ftirmcd, are paiticularly di- Aoa^l/Tii'tuinnto n. C.iigned by the pfinripils onlv, kft jttheiJaxiffXloyd'jCoffee-hdusei will Irejumiedlatdy at ttodtip. rr?IIl'i pirtiiership heretofore suhsisfing and JL rird on at Liverpool-and in Lnnca�ler, both iti SOUTinVAtllv, PITRMC S'rtSCRIP'rtON BRTJWr.IlV.. '"ff^lIR Directors of this IvstaliUsIimcnt ilo Iicrcby . JL ffivenotice, fhki a Si'i;cia i,'.Jp.vkka i, M Ei;Ttxr. t^f th'c Pioprielois wift he iii-ld, purMi;;!il io .�iiliiiiiri'iinrnl. at tlie King's Head, In thf I'.Hiilrj-, on I'l-.-ir-'I-i-,- t'u* U>tli .laiu:iry Tiistant, at twelve o'clock. 'The Chair to he taken at one o'clock [HTcisilv. ^ ^ HASKstoK.liiii.u t.iti, saurnwARK.. St'OTT, rcspccfntly iuFnrni Li'ceiisrd Victualler-and .;.'ie Pulilic m general, lliat they mav h ih lI'B cnnnty of lijintx-ter, by us tht-under^i^ie'dab uierchantj and paiineris, under the firm of Ridley anl t?(5ilsOn, was this day disioNrd by mutual cnniuni, in wilnes;: our hands this SUt day of December, iSOb. M iiucsj JACOU RtDtF^'i',^ Sifn'EU.-Lost, fram Wooilford.bridS'i, aljf.iit ten days ago, a �llO WX SKTTJ IjIU BITCH, her legs 'spotted, iltidiuiswer. p� to educate litmscif,' and "wishes to taU'e FOUR,other VOUXCi titlNTLKM K.V, lo partake with thrin in the best .^iiduealion that a Father can^.ve.to I-s Cbildron. The principal Languages iSf T.a-rope W.ill make part of the i>lan of tiL-fructian. The Siliia-tiiMi is in ii healthy .Ind pk'iuant village about seven miles frrtin London. Partifilary, eri.n.-, andCmSs of address will b Kiveu:at No, 2, Mc; irdVstreet, Soho ! or 1)y nir. Dulau, Bvoksellcr, Snl:o^qpa.-e: , �; � ^ , HlrTCOCK, SIlfepJIERD,,and IlIFON take an early opportanitv of advisHije; the Nobility and Gentry, 1'iat they iiave lo ".�;rer to their notice 'PATivXT LAM PS on an improved construction, .and stipcri'if to any-prior invenliiin.-The plan is simple, and particularly calculated to veuirdy tlie,ineonvt'uieuci:=, to which the generality of these ariiclesarfrso sftbjecl. I'MCKSTERSHIRH-To he SOLO, an eli^-J ble FREEHOLD ESTATK, ('(.nsistirg of iicaMy .5iin Hireaf t^e.timef^wiirjeinno.tbe oblanied upitti morlgiage j .n.1 � ---t-ave^lii liic-ewfte be civen for Annuiiil-s the Interest of Setlle-I'll eh.. _ Mmiey ipeuts. youik LivfiACCuriuiimthe-like uropfrtv. the 1 uteres mey Swhe t uni, t;iiurcJ�.'Prcrcinienl, -f Mar iage Set uts, ijKterp.ilie.^i^lriiMve oiily a tifj.^ Intere f. .fi�^iiTairwisi?3j;||tfpi|rC)r;W-...............------ tcdcemshjc (IStiuj'tiM furi^ XOun^ Family^ not less each than. Su^per}liJ^i^bH^.rffB'eserd^cdi)hialId-^, hilb'seRi orf be'afJrCtii^ifnodiited, on fitirund raourJrigtjiei^ irtthanyipartrttrtbemoney above200A �m ! lood MtSnryi' vein lindthls Woryiy nntire. The Annuities ViayteFitheron the pei^oi^liv�;;r,in>ing,or mi ih'epnrclia-frsowi|miminati'on, for which tcii-vcars'purch.i.'.e will Tie rvp.-AytpiicSlioip ;fh)in pTinci|iat$ itnly^wilHie ni>(Jcea; jth?r ^soAify, from yevei�;t�. three. �r hy letter (pnst. pid) irf.Mr; Maybank^ So. 13, SherUurne-laDe, Lombard- - I . . To" Ladirj and Gentltftheii fJP Riuik arid Fashion. , P�ten]UEAn;�BtS�ES,and Patent PliRKUQUES. A NV Rr'kVWW A~.V .M_i:-i e..--.,----- Acr.-s of-Ara!j|c, Alead.pw, and Pji,-itni;i' Laiuii siiitate in the Lordship of Lnwcsbv, inthe County of i.eice-tor, within fen miles of Leicester, anil .-iboiit the same distance fr'iin Meltun Moivbray, Onkbaiy; an.d.yppinf;liam. Tlic E.-tati; liei'altogether contiguoiis In a public roaci, juid 3- capable of very great improveiiv;nt.-The above Estate Will be sold titlier altogether or in Iif:. . '�- . For further particulars npply fd Mr. Ryder, No. 1, ^.s'lv-(quare, Lincnln'a Inn; or to Alessrs. Pares, Miles, ana Als- fon, lieicesier. .. ... .. _ VALUAliLl-; TitADL and PRliillbLS. be DisrpsED ok, on liberal terms, with Imitiedtate possession, the GOOD WILLand STOCK In TRAUK, connected wilh the Husincss of a RRT-AIL I RON MKRCUANT.. This Concern, wjiich is pf the lir.t tespectabillly, has heeii^fur many years ejtcnsively and .-uc-ressftilly cnhdiictcifluih a 1;irge cdmmci'cial manufacljirinf; Town, within one of the aiidlatid Crfunties. It possesses every desirable advailUipc iu point of ii,tuntio;i, and-is cana-.lileilif any fi'iHher exteiijinn Ibat.nii.ciii be wished for. The I'urchaser, if he ple!ases, may IJe nfrmninodated with lie Prehiises at a fair valuation;'tUev eomjirise a capital Mar.* siun, with Warehgu.ses, Stalilei:. Yards, and clher suital le eonveniencies, all Jidjoiijin:; and .perfi-ctly entire. Tin- pie--sent Pfiprieliir is felirin'g from business,"or fSis t-oiumi.i i-iratioii uould not have been ^isbmittcd to the Public. For further iMfoi-nintion refercnres mav lie made cither to Messrs. Baxter and} .\tarti li, Furfiivirs'In:! ; or to Aleisrs. lljc--'-'.v �in;1 \V'"lls, SiiHtitors. Ni>ttij:gli.-i!ii. ' ll�t!!^Jl,''?'",P"^f�$^o^^^^ th!it>he )^iV1n'"iiVr � toVm^i ^^�'^'i n�!^!W^ ;arsl-. tJisjt.; an
�ii-^�V JOHN MATHLsp.N and ALKXA.NDLR A'-AY MASO>fi of the iiecreiar^'s Office, East lnri�a lionise. '-'/! . Ti. xyhich T< affixed, .iij.Addenda : cohtaininc (he Aller.-i-tions, the Advices of wtuph.have been received-by tJte late Arrivals, with thoft* in the.Mome Reprirlment, including Ihe Report of the third A nni!al Esamiiirttipn of th-.'Students at the College at IlertfnnL Early Piircliaseri! of thp abnvfe 111-y nc*"'**" the'(Adilendn gratis "n pr/idiiriiig their Copia �to th.- Bi�ok.�cllcTS froiii wlinm they bought thern, . ,^ ,:, Sobl bv Rlark, Parrv, anff Kin^bury, Leartetihall-street; and J; HatChnrJ.'Nd. 1901; X^icca-ailly.- - ' Thisdav-is pnhlished at his^Maic5tv's Printing-Ortite, 4ie.ir Gi)uc5-square, Fleet'street, iir quallo,' price 6i. also a snfaller Edition inSi�K pH.eId. FORM of VRA.-YKR, ta he- n6e6 U all .iC-hurche'! nnd Chajji'l'! tlij-oiighjiut tho K,-an*Cdt�it itt'.Mder ae:i, Lisiot'the Hankers in London; Liiiof70ij Country Baikers, witli the B inkcrsthey draw on ki Lxndon'; List- 5. 4. t;ity .Sohilitjr; or .LSnniiuer at Margate. 3 "Vols. 15s. By tne Anthor i.f two popillar Novils. 0. Barouche Driver and his Wife, a Talc for the llaut Toil. 2 Vols. JO-?. HVjChaiiesSedley, I-sq. b". A Winter in Diiiri.ii, :i descriptive humorous Tale. A new Ivdition, 3 VoL. liji. Hy the same. 7. liiUdel Mother; or Three Wiut'-rs in London. 3 Vols. IFs. Bv the same. . , . � i 5. Characters at Brighton; flr Amusements of the Steyne. A new Lditiihi. 4 Vols. 18s. boards. 1'. i'ne Ma^rli Girl, .i vcrj- pleasin* Novel, from the chaste pen of Mrs. Edgeworth. 3 Vols. ij. 1;H E west i N D I ES,. Ac. .. --------- - ----_7o^a- at Nnoh oftk^ shike da^, neither mlLi:r-y Tender be noticed unless the Party making Ht anjigihl on his behalf, sliiill attend. - � By Orderof Ihe J50ard, ^_ R. Jl. CREW, 3ecrc^�^fr^^.. . ADMlRALTY-dFFICE, Dec IS, ISOS!) r- NOTICE u hereby g'-i''^�? that a Session of Otfer. aM Terminer nnd (iaol Delivery,.for the Trial of 09 This daj is published, in .-in elegant volume, qnati", accom-panieii by a Map of the i^eltleineiifi, price V/s. ih board-, AVOYAGE lo.thv DEAIERARY; containing a statistical Accriun't of the SETTLE.MENTS there, and of those of the KSSEtJUKBO, the BKRIJICE, anii olbei- coHtisnous Rivet's of GU V AN A.-By Jl i;N R Y BO-LI.\(;BR0KE, l-sq. Deputy A'endue Ma-ter af Su-finain. .Printed forliichar.l Phillips, No.fi. IJrid^e-street, and to be had of all Booksell'Ts -Of wlidm nitiy be had, I. Sir WILLIAM YOUNG's ACCDC NT of the present STATEoflhe W i;5T I.NDI K.S, in qn.ino, price'.'."is. i. The present Si'.Vl'E of PERL', nithnumerdus Plates, price 45?. [~mTnTAriYM?o(yksr~ ~ The want of goad Military Bocks in tile English Language \t iiiJIiiriuut even to a proverb : an eiideavoi-r, therefore, to siipply the debcieney will, it- is jircsiimed, be honoured w 1th eucourageiaent by every loyer of the interests .nnd glory of his Coimlry.. The.under-mentioned .Works are . ealcitlnted for the Use nnt Study of all the Senior arJd Junior Oilieers of .every kind of i'orcei and it is presumed they will be read with avidity throughojt the English Army at h'oBle and abroad. taken with singular good elVect. Price 'Js. i)d. per ijoxj'doty Included. / Sold wholesale and retail hv Sbnw and Co.-(Id. St. PatjVi Church-yard, London ; ami relniNiy Bacon and Co. Oxfon -street. BUTLER'S CELEBKATEO (lESTOR-Vf 1 YE lOOm POWDER. BEAUTY of Countenance and rejrtilftri'y of Fcatilres, nrc allowed ro distinKulsh the Britisb Fair; liut the PropHetrir, of BUTLER'.S TOOTH POWUER. would beg leave to remind his Couijlry women thp.i the fuftre of their cirarnis lu^es half its inilnenire where tbo Teeth are jUscoloured, or shew a rotten and nrtlicaUhy appearance; this, is the more inexcusable, as the pl-esent prcparatien affbrds the infallible means of removing every blemish of the . :. , -.......ever broucht orward to public notice, has^rncl such universal ajiproba-ion; and tiie Proprietor has to Boast that it is in daily iiiie street; Clarke, 2li9, BoiongSi; and by most Cmiiitry Medi- rin- Vfndppi und PcFonifr-;. in l>i)Ye. i 1' 1 .It S l't.> 1* l>i\it. Patronised ami-used by their Royal Iligjinesses the Dukes of Clarence and Kent, an-l univerbally used by the first per-t sons of rank in this Jtingdom, .niid all fijref;;n Courts, and Gentlemen in the .-.ayy rind Armyj Wlid hzvc found the and tee y the most respectable medical Authorities-used by m.tny, nd recominciided. The rnwiler cleanses and he.tutiti.e.Mhe ?et;i, sweeten- the breat!i,porses>es no acid tha: cancormde tlie euameL and pdtS a beautiful polish on the teeth. Prom ilcastrin.geilry it strengthens the gnm-i, ei^idlcales the kcu.-vv (which liflen proves th^- destrnetnm ofn whole set of teeth i, ati-l pr.'serves sound teeth from dccaiy,,deeaved teeth from li.-comins worse, and fastens tho-se Wliich are lo.i.se. In (he estimation of lhiis� who biiye been iu.lhe habit ofiisuigrt, it prevents the relilni of th'e tooth-aelie, with which l>efiir�> tbjidfthebH.v; all ot.'iersare counterfeit*. Chiefly translatedfrcun ihebe.-^t Frei.clT .-lud German W iitri>. in three handsome and closely piie.ied vuiumes, iilustrati-d wjth nriineroiis Eiigravin!js, price U. l:s in b'lard'^, or y. elegantly bound in calf, or in Riissia.-By the EDlTCfR of the MILITARY ME.VTOR. " If the Principles C'lntnjned in thcFe Essays were gerj'-mlly disseminated thruil!;h the service, :uid so itiurh prartic.il knowledgR were hruuj^ht into unioii wiih the unequalled v.tloUr and patrintisin of the OiTicers uf our various milii>Try Pitat�lishmenis, the Britisn, Army would b invinciUl- liiiih at home and abroad."-Letter of & GenCrar Olhcer to tiie Editor. . II. The jifilifary Menfor. Veing a serip? of Letters rr-cnf-ly written by a.Gencriil Odiier to his son on his entering; ilie - �.....-, ............. Thomri-o.i, ,,, U.isht; .Mr. t^orlKtt, V-.tlingham ,' Mr; Pollelt. lolchetter Bhtler, O.xfnrd; M;icr.,ii and Green, Ipswich; AJr. Over' 'ioivmnn, Chrtthani;- ^acitbsl N�wcastic-upon-T> ne; octavo, price its. in boards, or 14.'. in ailf or Russia. The estubViijied chiinirter of this <\ork.Jfsgenerai r. bViijied chiinirter of this . . ^! the principles contained m it will be immnrtAl. and on their .-ifcoui.t he is solieituus iNat his book shoi:id last, and be read and studied, aj lung as the lungiiage in which it is uritten. 3, Ihe . In the Preic, and speedily �nih'e jfuhlished, ^ 1. A ?iew ai;d Cwpleie IViiIilary Dictionary, inebiling .'I lieory; .ti.d Practice, and aUo the whole Science of ih* Art of ^tir: vililf nuuicrous Engiavings, prfuled so as In forre^potnl #itJ� Copper's Topographical Dictionary, price If. Is. inhoafiN, 4. A t'6iji;>lefe Svftem of the Modern Art of War, in all .i^ branchrs and departments, ijicludin^. all ibevarfus moj dern-inipriiveinentsaiidtrncoverira.'nCcompaiiicd by one hnn-drediaud twenty eu|;raviugs, in three.large-volumes ectavo, price 4.5s. ih bftards. 'll'ie *ho!e primed forllii^hwd Pftillip^,'Ko. 6, Briilgp-ttreef, and to be had cf ait i^oukscllers, find ottiet dcaterc ia JbuoKw Sheernass ; t.jy^.-is. So ivhainpton ; Al^r.-d, Yarmnnth ; and Mr. Donaldjoii, Brighton; .Mr Dawsjin, Liverp;)oI ; andj i'l everj[fi pifal'JoH 11 ilin'-nghoui England. Please lo ask for XroHer'=. Her b;tme is wrii ten otiJhi b't.-.mjis.^_ __ THElttV. Mil. BAtlCLAY S CATE.NT aN TI BILIOUS Pit.li. 7"T was ar.niirk of tFie.ccIebrntc^ Dh Bnchar, L Author of the Domesi c Medic!.":;, that romplaint�nf t.i� Siomach. .-.nd Howels are the prcTailtng Ma'lrfty. of this. Co!inlry,-wli!ch lay Hie fpm;.ia!'o.n of the more formirfab>e and fatal Di-icases : ti-.-it the [wnicu �vhi> rould discover for the reiief j.-ad ^cure a fd.'e and Infallible remedy � oidil perform a m"*! iwnortant service to SQciet-ii. Thol di-co�ery li:is n"vc l>-en m*de in lli<; I'alent .\r.tib:iiou: PiJ!? of this Rev. WiJiikm Barcl.a'Vi t.'ic etfensivt-ftjie of wliTh. and the hish est
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