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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                v:^ 'V.* -J^ MOJVDAY, JANUJRY 16, 1809. EDICAL L^UnES.-Dr. HOOPKR nill bUll^Al^^^ ,r LKCTUftK-S .... the ^�?ir^J#ri�tori^n2^A I'wpecl.is wilh pari.. -ip^^itn'^l'rice, Ap^Thccary, at the ; fORTFOLIO Marked t. A.-Lost l)t�ween Caiitprbory and flnnivgilr, hplonginj to an Officer of the 3d Ciu:irdt. si l*i>rifiil}is cmlaiiiirg ji Packet of tellers adilre�ecl to Mr. Adrfoi 'ITioin^dii, Navy Pay Ollice, London. wlioeviT will bring the game, a-ri-wblctotiie dinclion, wiH h* banilsnmrly rewarded. Tiie Cunlents are of no use to any una buttlie Owuer. S" I.VION FltXD's CUKDiTORS-The Cwdi. iws of Simon Field.-of I'lyniDiitli Dock, in tlie County of DevKii, Winf, Brandy, and IJeerMcrcha.it, Dealer and Ch.i]iinan, may receive u Second Dividend of his ICstale and KlR-cts, lin av^iliratinn at my Office, on any day after the 13ih IiBtaut, betweeu the huiir- of ten and twelve o'clock. _ .T. K. COOTi:, Aiii-tiii Friars. lANO FOR'n? to be SOLD-A Capital , KDINBURGH RhVlEW. .On Thursday the 19th iiwt. will he pihlishcd, RJ':.\1AKKS on tlic JACOBINICAI. TF.X-� DIvNCY of the KDINBUIIGH RKVIEW. in n .MllTKIt ti. the Earl of LONSDALE, by K. WUAH- tO^. Esq. M. P.  Primed for J. ftatchnrd, LOO, Piccadilly._ CATrtOLli; QUESriON.-Ill !i few daj* hiII oe published, rfflHR LETTERS of A. B. to �he Morning 1    L   Post, on Dr. Alilner's attempt to explsin an extraor-i diiiary Tr!in�acti�n connected with Ihe tibove Question, j   . Printed for J. llalrhard, Jiookseilcr to her Alajesty, 190, I Piccadilly. _ ' FOURTHI EDITION OF MARMIOS. ^^TcTaRKb'San�IHn Ctaukb'S LECTURES. Viit (Seai^a^^^l^ begin iheir 11� rJnt CoDTse^of LfCtBtP on MIDW1 PERY and the � ^t&^ff ^�fiNJ?CH^fcOREN. onTJiuiiday, ' "^^^^^i^^^,      a ^ pAllTN^CRSl�P.=^Wan.ed a pa, r;Jl"^�^.^jfeJt^�g^�1g^!ng tm A^unrirr past i �jn:*:'"^!*:!?'?'^^'?''?^^:^^ Piano Forte, uiih additional Key", Pedal, Pillar ! This day is published, handdnmely printed iu 8yo' price 123 pnntciitar�.ai Shimon street, or 10 ly io-iiT. CliM-kejRi^l', New Ir. ClarUe.No. 10, UpjicrJolm- iTUGBY ANNlV^ERsARlf. THE ANNUAL MEKTIXG of the NO-BLEMEN.and GBSTLEMEN educated at RUGBY THlWI.. will hejl revived  bnry,liaBlon,and St. George's-sqtiare, Pori-feii; alw at Meffirt. Ilaakey and Co.'s Fcncburcii-streel, Bauken lu the Company.     . JOHN TAYLOR, Secretary, PnrtwafsSrtwIirateMForksXJIIicei - -    - 8, Heet/wbury, Jaii, JO. 1S09, The Sliares arc 10)/. each, to be paid by Instalments ff 10/. per Share, tiitii .in inlctval "f at least'One Month iic-tweeii the pHvuicnt nf ehth {uslabnent, 15/. per Share to be p.iidat lhe.limeofsubscribing,btiinga Deposit of .'j per Ceiil. and the liftt payment of 10 per Cent, on each Share. Tin; Secreiary n'ill .iltenjl the Ottice from eleven till three iarhday, where the Rcsulations and every required Iiifur-�Btionni.iy be obtained.__ SECOND BROMPl'ON.ROW, No. 4.-Miss 31. and S. HODGES have the honour nf ac(|uaintiiig Pawns and Guardians that their Pre.parntary Seminary for y�ongGentlemen from the Age of Thtec lo Eight, will ^u on the 33d nf January-insbint. The iloBse and Pre-Wicsare fitted up inn.$aperior5ly1c, .^itd ciiiinen.fly adapted .6rU>e.imrpiise. A limitednomber afe admitted, to unmn .eucssof liie Right Honourable Willliam Pitt, Ni'. 100, Fleet-street. _ �.^.^KS1UE BRI-WKRV', SOUTlIWARIv. ESSUS.   DRURY,   CILANNING,   and St'OTT, respeciriilly inform Licensed Victuallers .ind the' PuWic in g'-iieral, that they may he supplied with STOUT, PORTER. ALE, .ind" AMBER, of the very best qnallty, and which tliey M'orrant to be brewed from Matt and Hops only. Persons debironsof pnrchasing an Interest in the above ex-tciisivc, well established, and valuable Concern, h.ave now an opppoitunity, as. a few.ik)/. Shares ren.aiu nnsuld, and may ^ be had by applying to the Acconiptant, at the Office, Bank-side. _ Jere. Hill, inn. Esq. Charles Hill, Esq. Ttnialliy Powell, Esq. .Samuel Hall, Esq, Suniiiel Ash, J:^satch, and not only thOM uajui. liBahle bnteilravagnrit andextortionojte deaaiidtand charges Miat are.uEunlly made and exacted in looney negotiations will be avoided by those that tu>pty to Me.ssn. Lucas and Co. ai No. 19, Jermyn-street, St. James's-tqunce, elder personally or by letter, post paid. N. B. Ten yrun purchase will bexivenforTTell ^curwl <\nn�itiei. URSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, inade in a Cause Walkkr against Wixg-Firii.D, ilie Heir at Law and next of Kin of ANN WAL-KlvR. late of liast Harptree, in the County of Somerset, Spinster, dec&ised,(such Next of lUn. who were living at the time of her death, wh'ch happened on or about the 14tU of October 1801)", oribe personal Representative or Representatives of Euch Next of Kinas aresincede.ad, are to come in add prove their Kindred or Representation to such Kindn-d .u arc dead, before Alexander Popb.-un, Esq. one of tlw fli.isters of the said Court, at his Chiunbers in Southampton Buildings, Chaneery-laiie. London, on or before the ISthday." of Febru.irv lie.vt, or in ilefault thereof, tliey will be pfreiiip-torily e.vcliided the.Bem-lit of the taid Decree. �      � INSTAN:^' money LOAN.S.-some Gentle-iccn of the first respectability and indepeiideiitfortunes, P' ,----       -      Mi. 0 Jwe.ililUndSoni   S15 0 �.F.Hr..okeandCo. 3160 , "olheroe�*ClaXtoul05 0 Sir Uenn-ftotheroe 105 0 Colonel WWttingbam 1(6 0 SaniiHEteltand Co. MOO by Samuel Uall 100. 0 , ,��^ami" Bickley '   SO 0 Siiip George    -    SO 0 !5�naiBPais�ta,EMi.l50 0 winemanAshand Co.SO .0. � JShaThomsoo 50r;0 wiom!�an4J�e�l� �   " .flrtlicsr     .-.     10) 0 10 0 So : S2 to" Vi 11 10 Oi -10 0 Xo, 0 0 w45rosfm,Esq. .ftpneChrtfiel* . "i'^XiayfieA    4  5^. Mo^'      "I- Philip John M-ilcs Joseph Brace John Vowles Sobn LeiVsley & Co, ;Edward Long Fox Harvey and Co.  -G; Diiobeny .Wiss Daubeiiy Rev. Juiiu Bull E.G. Royal Navy Cb.'irlcs Joues (The Wean of Bri-tol Rev. Saniael Seyer Oliver, Rldoul, Oliver bndCo, . William Bush,    -., HfSnryKing,.    -J��kpli PhoUv ^ Jos ph LevcU HeiiryDavi? . joniTiiff   "  -�Revi'Aiidrf, Dfiiubeny fitajigeAtaggi . .K ri>e, arising^ (rom Laud, Houses, Dirideihln of Slock, Marriage Scttle-mcife.'Charch Prefermejit, or other elBcient.Propert}', may nowwitlinut being subject, as iu the ordinary coses, of e�-jK.'snre ii-il deJ^y, be .-iccomnunl.nted witbTHoney to any as-.r.ant, >!ii terms ncarlv iequ.-il to mortgage.' Letters, post paid, aJ'iresscdto Meurt. Cnx mid Co. Anny Agents, 8, iVar�;c.'i-6trc�,Ctiaring-cruss: �r personal application from 12 jHI 2 o"clPck, w ill be duly aUended lo. rjlHE resri JAPAN BLACKING, ma^c hy -R. DAY and MART I N.-;-TIus invaluable Coinpositkm, with h.-.if-ihe usii.il Labour, produces the'most brilliant jet' bhick ever b'eHeld, ntfords peculiar smirishment to-the leather, will tiat .<:iul the finest liiMn. |s perfectly free from any inij^easaiit siiieH, and will retain its virtues in any climate, SoJfl. Wholcstle, by Day awl Martin, at the Maiiufarlory, No. 97, Hieh Holliom.ttetail.by F. D;iv, No. 7,Tavisfack-street: W. Day, 80, Sw.itlaw-street; Aitell, No. 1, Finch-lane; tjie principal Bootoi.ikers. Perfumers, and Oilmen in tlic'Metrbp(ilis,.aud in every town ihronghout tbc United Kin'doaii'.iq'Stone bottles,, price In, (id. each. H~ ARVEY^s SAUC.E, for Fish, Game, &c:-^ . ft.. I4AZEN BY respectfully informs the Nobility and � Gemrvlhe above admired ArtJcie'rs prepan^ only at/her � Win-house, No, 6, Kdw^nT-street.Portman-squarc ; and by  pointuienl, .niny be bsidof T� Kuxirr.  Edinbor)!" Bell. Sqirborough j tJregson, Liver|�i*,i1; ftetfy, Moiici tcr; Terry,'lWshft�rt| Lorfiers Sotttbainpioiil EHixt__ Lei;dhaniy Ijtiilt � JvBer>s. Salisbdry j IJster. SMr.-uKra,^C. And to pi]eveut.spuri�us iinilnli(in7,each buttle h.is Mr. Harvey's signature ou theL-iliel".-E. L. at the vametime begs ''%V'ilHaiii iire.ivcs. Si ti. SI 10  to recommeitd tier geimine Kswnce of Anchovies; which, W&lli2itaGreavcr,Jua. 5' ^ ! with a variety, of ri�^ Sauces aiiil Pickles, may l�c h.-�d;-:\tr3..Qrcavc5   ..       5 5   packed'iu coses of all t\z^f for fuuiily use and ei purialius. in biMrd', the Fourth'Edition �f MARM ION ;  a Tale  of Flodden Field.- vBy WALTER SCOTT, Esq. J'rinted for Archibald Constable and Co, ICdtnhwrgh ; and William Miller, Albemarle-strect, and John Murray, Fltci-gtrl'et, Uindon._ M'Calluin's p^-impblel.-Jujt published, by the Author, No. 4, Hungerford-strect", Strand, price2<.fd. EICVATIONSwtft^EWSBCBTf^.bi* Royal Highness the Duke of KENT experienced si�ce his rccal from Gibraltar. With .in Inquirv into the Abuses of the Roval iMilitary College at Gre.it Marlowe, and aCri-tical Revfew of General Jarry'a " Lecture on the Marches and Movements of Annies." together with strong Remarks on the Conduct of several Cenenil OOicers at \Vonhvich,-. FA.\JILIAR DISCOmiSIOs upon tbcAFO.^-TLES- CREED, the LORD'S PRAYER, and llie LITANY.   ByaDIGNITARYofihe Church. London: printed for R. Bickcrsta!!", Corner of Essex Street, Stnind._ Thi.� Day is publi.Uied, price 2*. ll.l. ATREATISE on theGA.ME Oi-^ CIIIBBAGE; shewing the Laws and Rules of the G.-i:nc, as now nl.iy-cd :it St. James's, Hath, and Ncwni;irkel: ^vilii the be:t inc-Ihod of l.iyiiig out >our Cards, and exp>ising all the unfair Arts practised by Professional I'layers, or such men as are genemlly known by the .-ippeH.iti'^nn i'f Kl.-irk legs,&c.- Composed by several Sporting Genllemen nf tlic lirsi celebrity, ,nnd digeslcd.-By ANTJION Y PASQUlN, Esq.-Second Edition, correctcJ. Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, (Saccrssors to' Mr. H. 1). Symonls,) P.-iterno'sier-rowaid J. Ilidgway, Piccadilly. This day is published, price S.s. in hoards, Fourth Edition, in which it has been endeavoured to introduce a Sketch "f every Chemicil F.icl and Opinion of Importance which have been m:ule kiiut\'n since the Publication .if the last Kdiiinn, rpHE CHEMICAL POCKET-BOOK;  or, JL Memnrand.i Chcmica. Arranjed in a Compendium of Cheinisfrv; with appropriate Tables. By JAMES PARKIN.SON, Ilovion. "� This little Work deserves our highcFl Commendation. It is equally accurate, perspicuous, and ciegaiii.-Critical Review. , � The.numeroiispnrliculnrs of modern chemistry are here collected and conili-nsi-d with a degree '>f ne.-iluiss and pcr-spicuitv, which will render this book eqaally u-^eliil,asa manual of science, to be philosopher and tiie studenl.'-Philosophical Journal. - Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones (?uccc5Sors to Mr. H. D. Syraonds), I'aternosleV-row ; J. .Mnrr.iy, J, High-ley, J. Ridgw.ay, J, i;allow. and Cox.- Where may be bad, by the same Author, price 3s. fid. .The H"Spit:d Pupil; or, an Essay intended to facilitate the Study of Medicine and Surgery.    _� MR. Parkinson's medical admonitions to families, ;Tbe;.Sftb edition, greatly enlarged, is this day published, price 10s, boards: IN this Work ire giren Directions for the Preservation of He le of Sympt�ms,serving to point out the degrees ot danger in different diseases, and to ilislinguish one dtsi-ase from another. With observations on the improper indulgence of Gnildren, We cansnfely recommend this vork to Parents and Ma�-tersi particularly, to those Clergymen whose Parishioner are at some distaneefrom medical assistiince. The descriptions are clear aiid appropriate, the directions simple aim Judicious, for the early management of disease, before regnlaraid can be procured, .-u well .is for the conduct of mmesand attendants, through the whole course of different disorders.-CriticitI Review-(formerserics.) l^ublish'd bv Sberwoodr Neely, and Jones, Saccessonto Mr, H, D.Symonds, Patemostcr-row ; where may be had, by the c.iine Aotliur, the secgnd edition, price 2>-, ed. with inte-reilingruts, 1, DANGEROUS SPORTS. A Title, Addressed to Children, Intended to warn them against exposing themselves to sitmitions of danger. " Who knows but ouc of my stories may one day save the life of some child." oto iiii.LSON. 2. The VILLAGER's FRIEND and PHYSICIAN- With Cursory Observations on theTreatm.Mitof Children; on S"briity, Industry, &c.   Price Is. " We cannot help cxpresiing our opinion, that the excellent ^nciety for bettering the condition of the poor could not employ a small portion of their fund in a iiKinner more ron-ducivc to tli.-it puriMiso, than by eneoumEing and facilitating the circulation of this book among Jhem."-British Critic. 3: The WAY to HEALTH. Price Six Perce. Being n Extract from ihc preceding work, printed on a s'uigte hret, for the collage.'? fire-�ide. A- prOjjcr ullowaiice will be made to those who purclmss for the purpose of dislrihuling among the Poor. HINTS for the I.MPROVKJ ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, Pec 16, ISOS.J i^otice is herebif ginenytiua a Session of Oyer 1^ 6nd Temintr and Uaid D:livtri), for the'I'liai o^Qfi next, .It EigbtVcioclt io the .Morning. W. January pole. _ OFFICE OF ORDNA.sCi;, Jau. ti, 180S- npHE Principal Ojficers oj his Mtijes/i/'s Ord. JH. mice do liefeby give A'o/ice, (Anl I'roposuU kUI be re-ceiueA at their Oj/ire, in Pall Mali, on or before Wednesday* the "iblh daij of iMixxaxs iiMlanl, frotii sutji. fersom nsmhu b' Killtng to underltikt i/ie perj'ormnnte of the- PAI.NTERS WORK^t the Royal Armoury Mills, Lewishfa.-im, in the Coanly of Kent, fur a period oi'three years. � i'urlker partimlitrsi logitUer kHIi the terms ftiid condi-tiom of the Cent: act,-mnt) be hnounupan nppticalion at the Secretary's Office, in Pall-r.lall afur&satd, any I'.ny beiteeen . the hours of Ten and J-'aur o-'C/�at, a-.'jere tin Proposals � vMst be delirersd, scaled vp, and endorsed, " Proposals for Painters Work but no Jf reposal can be admitted after the said 25/A day of January, nt Ticeliiec'Clock at Noon of the. same day, ueither trill any Tender be noticed unless the i'artjf making-it, or an Agent on his behalf, shaltattend. BV Order of the'Ko.ird, R, H. CKEW, Secretary^ , A. Prieo U. ______________KMENT.of TRUSSES. Aildrefsed to ike laboartpg.Poor. OFlfiCE WbRI>l*ANCB, Dei.lJl, imn^ The Principal Officers cf His Majesty's Ord. nance do hereby gioe notice, that ProposaU trill Je re* ceictd at their OJjice, in Fall Mall, on or before Friday, the 20/A day o/Jaiiuary next^from such Persons as mav is icilling to unttertake the sunply of TACKLE HOOKS, and variousolfier Articles of Iron, for the Service of this De-p,irlment for a period of Three Years. Patterns of the Articles may be seen upon application at the Principal Storekeeper's Office in ths Tutccr; rchere further particulars, together tcith the Terms and Conditions of ths Contract may be knou:n ; and also ut the Secretary's Office, in Pull Mall aforesaid,- any day between the hours of Ten and Four o'Ctock, where also the Proposals are lo be delivered sealed up, and indorsed, " Proposals lor TacklHooks* .Sec. ;" but no Proposal can be admitted after the siiid 2l)(!i driy nf J.".nuary next, nt Tmeloe o'Clocb at noon of thr. same day; mither tcill any Tenilcr be noticed unless the Party jnakiiig it, or nn. yli;enl in his behalf, shall Attend. By Order of the Board, __R. tr. CREW. 9ec. ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURA-^CK OFFICE, Jan. 11, I&09. The Cqurt of Direelors of the Roy At. Exchange assuranck do hereiy g/oe Notice, thai a General Court of the sitid ConipUm Killbe hotdtu at their Office, an the Royal Exchange, on T\cdnesd:iy, the 'ibth 0/January, instant, from Eleven u'Clodt in the Forenooii till Tim o Clack in the JfltrnooVi for the Eltfiion of a Sub-Governor, in the room of William Robinson, Esq. dccrasid, lehich Election isill be declared at such time ni the Court shall appoint to receive the Report from the tcrutiiieers. S.\M. PENNING, jun. Secretarv. N, B. Lists of the Proprietors qualified to vole will bd ready to be delivered at the OlSce, oa Wednesday, the ISia instaJnt. The Ch.iir will be taken at TtvrIve o'Clock precisely. SEEDLING FOREST TREES.-BECK and ALLAN rrsp'-ctfully acquaint those Noblemen and Gentlemen who are improving their Estates by planting, that the will couiii;ae lo receive a weekly supply oC Seedlidg Larch, Scotch, and Spruce Firs, A�h, Beech,' Birch, Oak., &c. from Sc'-tlaiid, until iinti! iiie middle of Marci. and recommend an early apiiiic-ition^to those Gentlemen who in-tend favouring them with ordef.s.-67, Strand. LEGACY"DUTY. TO EXECUTORS A.N'D ADMINISTRATORS. WHEREAS it appears, by the Abstrai^ts ot WillsrjRia Letters of Administration, returned to the SSamp Ollice from the several Ecclesv:i�!ical Courts, that the Duties granted by the Acts of i!:e3ijlh (Jen. III. c.5l, 44Ih Geo. IIJ. c.98, and1l.')th Quo. HI. c. i-S, have not been paid in respect of divers Legacies and Annuities beqaeated by Will out of Personal or Real K--;ate, and in respect of divers rtcsidueaof Personnl Instate fiivoa by Will, or devolved to Next of Kin upon Intestacies, particularly in cases where-the Executors were themselves l..-gatees. or Residuary Legatees, and where the Administrators were the sole Next �t" Kin of the deceased : This is lo give Notice, that the Commissioners of Slaitips are empowered, by an Act of t'r.clast Session of Parliament, to remit the Penalties incurred by Executors .-ihd others iu consequence of the Noii-Payment of the .-ibovc-mentioned Duties within the Time prescribed by Law, provided thtJ same be paid on or before the 31st of January J805); a;ndtbat after that Day the Comnisjionct-s of Stamps will proceed ti> institute Prosecutions in the Exchequer .-isaVoit sitch Excrn-tors and Administr.-.tors as shall not avail themselves of the Indemnity offered,7or recovering the Arrears of the said Duties.   By Order of the Commissioners, C. i;. BERRSFORD, Secretary. Stamp-OtBce. 2lth Dec.-mher, 1808. _ NEW RIVER OFFICE. 12th Jan. 1609. SCOTCH PIR AND ELM TIMBER. WANTED, by the New River Company, THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND FEET per annum,of Scotch FIR.(not Spruce) lorthree year?, from tii >sct on the ground fluor,t� o small drawlflg-rooms, communicating in the s;;ine man.ier, two bed chambeR, and three attics, detached l
                            

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