Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Courier Newspaper Archive: January 21, 1809 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Courier

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - January 21, 1809, London, Middlesex                                � ivr^'.4,282. SATURDAY, fka::t,', ill St. Ann s Chur^il, Hitiw. ;jflMii>t.~-t*r.iyc.tsttr6if^ at I-,U'�cri o'clock. . " 1..T a CJcD^-ral Mceliny of thu lll'X"I'Il''Vi V(; 74at all (-fiski-siiall btf4miHeardj;ttl;irchante of when Fpnt ,^t,a"d 'W !ill-'��iU�Ci>be luaJif f>�r IfM- wum' till tli.-v are re-j^lj r lHnii;il awl nro;ivc4 bact iril e deW�d ju-lheirac-?8SUi�tecof.ll� .UK.t;KRY,' 1)11 .Moiid^iv, JaiiHiirv .'JO- Mli. JKSSK FOOT will foinnu'ncir a Course, oi' Twcniy UXTUmCS, oti tin-'nu-orvaiiJ Cnr-of tiiii t iiiiprrtil Disf.i-i'.aiii on OijCifi-s of t*!  Ur<;thr:i, Kl iH-rtfraiiil Kitliiir ik, tl nuglioiit llnr Yi;nr, at Hiium-, JO, Otfaii-jircct, S .Ho, wlicrea S_\l-liil�ii-i liiiiv In:- lind. WHIG CLUIi.-Tlio nf'.Kt Meeting of the Wilis C!ul> will htrfct. . Hii Gnicc tiie Ouki- ..f NOilFOI.K, in the Cbair. STliWAUDS. The Earl-of Albeniarle,       | H. C. Combe, E�q. M.P. Lord Kiii|{, Lord Aliltuu, M. P. \V.A.Mad...-ks, hsq. Al.P. W. J. Ot-iii>oii, Esq. Uinnfr on table Kive o'rlock. It. W. (JLAItKSO.V, Src. ^.id.-v.u.'Vlocll,�iid those AK'iiib.-rs       camiot: t at- '!^i^t^^'wul.=u�l-K-ri�i.K. .All .S^iemilic M^.i of r.r�,)fct.i-W.ir;t*l 'UWi S-b-cribcis as bav.- aoi yrt ^e^uthe l-x,.e-Sa^iU m.-.J h:.ve card. ..f admission h-r another .lay ot t.ie ten, oj=^ o    ^'ijisoK, li.voiitor and Palciitee. j'U IvPA R .\ rOU Y I .\ ST I rt' 4" lO .V FORTHi: ROYAI. MIUTARV COLMvOE. THl'M.'arrnis of G tilritii>ii for the prr-vious Edu-c�iiimiir.'i�ch(>eiulemcii lias been formed in �!ic vieinlly <.f Coiniiuinder iu Chief auJ of the Govcruor aa:! Olliteij ofihe 'nieiikJMt of this .Institntinn is aal only to prevent llic /irijiiiiit ill!Uiiicrs.iif llifi rejcetioii of IVididates ubieli froroihiinleficicnry in the required qcalitii-.-iiioiii, occur on etmailtiiiftioiidav; iKit also l!�.qualil"v liieui, bv a Couft:.-of,SiiidiM.iilaii'edfothat:nM*at M:Tl rijifii)li>.s of a l"l:i,7suvil WoCTfi'm, llif Sluily of the Modern Uiii;;ii;i^^ef, and the Kle-�enl�"fj>iich hranclifsof Sfieijrf iis Jire seiii'rally considered � tibc nm.'t if-ciitial in the Mfli'lary prof.s-i.in. Thf Mtablishniciit is c�>n.lu t iinjiMved: i�rt#r'ijle<...j);^vi!ig been lately er.xte.l thfre; whereby a seain Jif C".nl,' ufiittehiiitdreda(7cs,,iitay be jierfrctly nnwatered; aMS-venil pits liarinsbern ulivai 1y>'4 >>i"' iis, acd brii^ii^ with tiieni cood ebararleri f'flkill, huiie�iv nnd.jubiiety,. wilt reeci'e i liiiiedi.ite eni-ftaynirut fnim'tbe MaiEi^er A the tliid' Colliery ; who luns al-wrtv, under hisdirectious npwanU of one hun ':red Collier', iil^haud Scotch, as weR iu Irish, for whom, as well as forlieiiewcomer^. coui^wtableaccminodatioiis have been pmrided, in a village built/or that puriiose, adjoining the Colliery. : AUhV^gh -the Court of Directors o.f the said Company .tave, by a former advertisemtint, declared themselves . re.M}y to receive profosils for jeiliiis >aid "C-dliery, and are�(iltdi>p4ed (o enter into wgociuiioii with co.upelent persniis for that purpose^ the Workjng Colliers nii�y be a�-Mredllial, io allsuch nej-ociatiops, due car.* will be lakrn, futile fulliloieul of all eu;agenien!s, th.it mav be ni-ide w iiii linn by the present .Maa.uer of the OdlierV: and that no wi-Jibelwved Collier shall be put out of enr[*lo)nie!it. or rented fr.iialiij ul;ice of residence, in comei;uence of such Kttll^. There is nndanjCfr if moV^ Collicrsjhaii thejthovc 'P.'J'5"d number should apply f'>r eiindoxnieni, that they �m be di>appointed. either *in r. sprci to .coiployment or Tk?"'-''''"""'*' ^*h>reisx to:isiant fl.-.nia.id for the coal, "wpiisnioiiih.a-soonasjrai-ed: aid fhv ?aid Conipaiiy afejKwrtsrd of other adjoii.liij; Cidlierier, no* nearly ready �"'"^Tkliis-and have created iither exteiijive markets, for uesaleof ti.c oal.bv the rstiiblisiininil of two ci>niider,able J^fW., furfaciliialingthe e.\ieii�ioa of ihe Coal-Tr.ide- ""f.al Ihetcr.iiinalirtirof fbe Canal at .^thvs and another at Uwlpwt), iiiihe County ��f Kildarc. bein>; the point of pa"i|iD.ibcLrvrti the �cvenil brsiiiflieto/ i^ad Canal from uietily .ifDiiiiii,, i,ufie"Ri�.isSh;uinnjianil Harrow, iwnv Wm|ili'tHv ijavi-abJc m the !e ivfeienecs as to .-haiailor awd aliililies will lie required.-\i)j)lv to .Mr. Tunier, Station-r. Chancery-lane, wlii-re may be h.id a Ciiaipieie Slieci Li^^ of the n.-'w Stamp Duties.__ _ WANTS a SiUia-iun n.s" STiCWARO and BMLIKK, to .Su;i ll-bnilt IJriek IIOU.S?;, situate at .N'u\vin.Ltim (irecn.   It has 1-itely undergone a tiioro^ish lep-iir, and li.i.> been for many ye.irs in till! occairili'.ia of a fieiitleuiau in tlie above li.e.-Apply: .N'o.     .S'liiiiiampt'in-.-lrei-i, .Strain!. No. If). ilKiH-sriiKET, .M.\n yi.i;ii<)m:. MR. jAMiKSON lia.s o|i.-.iod a CLA.sS fjr Ihe Study of the Givek aial Latin Lanjcuajji's; Maliienia-t c. . Mo-.dav, Wednesd.iy, and l'"ri>lav I'^veniiic? ; JVlatlit-matic.- iVmu 1 til 2, Perspective fro.ii 'J lill 3, {ieo;rai>hv froni H till 1, Tnesd.ay, Thnrsilay, and .Saturday .Vlbrniiigs.-Mr. J. gives Private Lessuns athonitor abroad. �.V. !J. For further parlirul-irs apply .'is ab-ivr: AilOUCIfLANDAU.-To be SOLD, an exceeding K.iod BARUUCIIE LA.N.OAU, lliat has been aseil lint a'vejy short time, built by one -if ilii: most eminent Makers in Town, is in cvirellerit ertfi-lidon, andfor I'.'iinrdiati! U5i;.-Enquire al Mr. Windus's, Baker, in Swallow-sireet. .        VICTOALLlNGiOFFICE, .Tan:-16^ 1809. ''JIJIE Cummissioncrs fur Fidiialling Uis- Ma. v. i>Kon.L-. lu.tucxM.ui II iioic iiicai, om naij mtTtuf lit b: dclii'trf-tl in a fortnight:, ami the remainder in e fvrtirij/U Afie.-aflrih, ia'o liis M:ijeil/s yiciua'Mn^ itlurts nt Ueptfmd ; itHil to be paid J'iir hi) liiLi,itatjab\,KiUi Jnlereit, ninc!^ ditys u/ltr ttatc Ti.-v CundUiotts of t/ti Contract may be seen nt theStcre-taru's 0;lirt.  � 'N. B.'No Tender will he admitted fjr a less quantity th.ln Oiii! Thousand lia^s. So re , ',VorlliumlM'.'-laiid-.-treet, Chiirin^-cioss; or personal application between the Hours of One and I'jBir- >i. IJ. No IJroker need ipjiply.   . imcrick and Water-ite in the centre of liy Ofiler,    � . DANtKL BAGOT, SiC. A'Nn-;Thousand Fivh tlundrod . ^, , I* fi'ven on the First artl Secoid of .J'RA.NUSrATK LOTTERY, which begins i *faiJ..\cxi, besides the under-iueniioued Pri . , ,     SCIIEMK. I.........;.ltUH�____,.�(UW . I.....�.....5,aU..-.-.MO0f^ ..........aw......  ....... 2.01)0 "..... alK...... 3.^00 i ICKKTS will of Hniwiog the on the lith uf 'rizes: DAYS op   : -^.......S^'Kin I 15....  ;2.;Ui =�2ft)itXW DRAWING. Wcidnesdayj .^pril 12 Frid.ny..... -April'il Thnrfday-..' .'Vprll '_'7 1 .'^ajurda.r.... April 29 Tickets. ^-,'I1'e.Crint#aWnir^ kite Pernn-iion'bf'tlie V.rtrds of the "l.'?^"?-"'' ��''"'�� PREKtRin: cif l.'iOO WholeTickel�n ."�AfliiUuolaiUe Prj/i-sbi the Scheuie :; , . .      . FIRST n,\\',       . .8,^ ^ AFrec<;(ftori,;H)'.l jVhbleTicVrts,    . j?"'',^-dRi�TKPi-iEeabo*e Hili the ^tlnllIers of' whUh ^'-a^WliUv t-. NNUITIKS KKDKK.MAliLH.-MONKY at S pec Cent, will be advancetl for Aiinuitics secitriMl on real Pn^perty, .vhere tlie (Jiantor has a pfrm.ineiit interest, and prooortioiiahly moderate where the l*;irties h.-ive only .i Life fnterost. Tho?c who have herelofore gnirt.-il Anuiiitfes cn exorbitant Terms, maylje im.ii.-diiilelv aecini-nimlatcd with aOy Ktnii from llh)'. to ll)0,IK)y/. to relkeni the .suae; and the Nobility, Clerjjy, :.;id-others, desirous of � raisin.* .Money thronsh a rerpect.iide channel, may he sup pti'd 'oncll the Hlu.iI modes o.'-leitirity without expnsnre or ilelayi, for a eotnuiitsion of only ten Shilliiigs per cent.-.Ad-t'pnjd) iinmetiiately answered. WANTED t.. Ilrnt f(.r~Cici3: .(�f the iiufortunsite Se-. OFFICE OF ORD.VANCi;, Jan. G. 1809. ^IlIIE Pnncrpnl Ojjkcrs oj /w> iliyesly's Onl. JL nance do hcrclij ^iVi- '.\oli:c, that I'ruposaU kIU be iv-ceioedjU their Oj,'ice\ m P.ill .\iall, on ar Injure \Ve  Work fniliiii I'rjjfisal can tie udmitltd :ifl,T Ifie said "^ith daij of Jiiwuivi, al J'lC-lve c'Clork iit Mun'n vi'the .same dai), ueilher trill umj Tender be mitirei!'.inli.ss the i'aily making it, or an j1;^cn> mi his hchalf, shall uiieiul. By Older of the Board, __R. H. CREW, Serrrlary. O.N'EY.-^Wanted lo invest several Sums of eoiisidenible itmomit in the purchase of well-segured .Annuities or Reversions, i'ersons of r.ank and pmpertv desirous of immediate and exle.:isi�c .advances will be treated with on terms "V iTie stricle.^t honor, and great advalilaije.- !N'o objection to Irish Sectiriiy -.Apply personally, fiom eleven 1:11 four, or by letter, toAir. Bertoi'i, Ko, 10, Loicestcr-place, L-iccstrr-s'qnare. SALi-.S 15V AUCTION. PICTURES, MlNlA'iURES, BOOKS, CABINETS, PLATE. CHINA, WINES, CARRIAGE^, LEASE, &c. Uussell--quare.-By Mr. WHlllX on the Premises, on iMond.ay next, the'ijd inst. and following days, by at-derof Ihe'l'.vecutors, ra^UlK valHuble El'Fl'CT.-; and LEASE of fhc J. elegant HOUSE, No. il. South Siile of Russell-square, late the liesidence of Sir George Panncefole, B.art. dece.ised ; comprisiag the moilern nnd execellenl furniture, hook cases, a state bed, &c. in hue necille-work, fashionable plate, golil watch, diamond br'iach, capital clocks. Coins, a oiano-forle, with additional koss, :i patent b"-liar.el drion and Uas^eolel organ, by Clementi .Tiid (; .; a w.anlrobe of tableand bfti-linen, iacltnliiig 17 pierrs of homespun linen; nines; a fashionable land.iiiletand liai":ess; ornamental tifure's .and Jars of the line old Jap.iti porcelain; scarce prints, fr.'inied bronzes. &c.: a collection of pictures by \';uv.lyek.Riib.'i;s, Murillio. Parmegiano, L.Carrarci, Bar-r.iceio, t5cr;:lie;j,05lade, Vernef, V:indervelile, Saldillevcii, i;i-hcinier, &c.: bc.a-ilirul rare minaturcs by Cooper, Sir Peter Lely, and P.-titot: matchless cabinets of the rare old Japan, t'.rloise-^!lell, and ebony, ailamed with massive silver; the valntible library, C:inipjefie:idiiig a select collection of about lil)',) vuluuies, amongst whica are many scare-' bonks, the original .MSS. of Royal Letters of Clinrll-s I. and II. I'rmie llopi-rl, ite. and other curious and nnie.ue articii-r.. which were the projitMty of Pii'jce Rupi-rt, the ancestor ot' Ihe late'p:!ssi*ss>�r. iS:e. 'The Houssand Ellerts lo be viewed 3d:iys'jirPueriiFgihc lale, wheoca!alof:uei(at is. c.-i�!i, to be returac.i to (iiirrliasers, anil with .ut which ii.i per.-oii can be .admitted) in.ly be had on the premises; al c;rrrav\ay's; and of Air. h.tC-, Siorey's Ga'e, Great Georg-j-j:rect', Westminster. Elegant LI'.AriEHOLI) RESIIJENCE with sp;ici.>us OF-l-'li;i-.S, Cii-irter-htuis-.-squiire.-l;. xies^-rs. WIN.STA.N-Li.Yan.l SO.S, al (iaria�a\'s CuUce-hoiise, Cornhiil, b-.I Tut:-�!).\V, Jan. 'il, at twelve, Vl-'.RY compact and eKCi-edingly well-fitfcJ Leasehold Re,-id'-nee, w-ith jiardeii an.l oll-ces (opening into Long-lane), mosi d-sir;ibly siiu ite, .No. 3."), on lin-soiiih side of Charlcr-h.!ii3r-.(|ii.ire. The preiais-.'s have reeently nndergi'm- a most sniislantial and uriianieiilal repair, are tit for tin- iiiiiii.-diateri-cepiion of a genteelifamily, particularly calculaieil for.;. Prof, ssioii.-jl or (Medical Genibin.in. The Ilnu-e Contains haiidsoaic diiiiii;; and ilraviing-rooin, live bed chaniheni, i'.ressing rooms, excellent kitcben, wa^h-house, builcr's-vo J.ii, ^lo^e-roo!ll, larder, and vooniy cellariige, held tor:)i vearf ."it a low rem. Tobeviewe.l ftrtiveen the honrsof twelve ami three, by tickets nnlv, which, wHn p.irticulars, in.iy be bid o'f Mes>^rs. Wi'nsjinley au.l Son, P.iteriiosti'j--rJW ; particulars also at Garraw.iys.;   '___� NAVAL OAlvatid OTHER Tlvl HER T;ii;i.S, Flaadlei-are ri-ijnr-ted to oh^rvPi that enci>.bMti.b in(ett Wilh.llie Englislt Un psag.', h:i,s ap.point.-il'.\reisr;,8.haw and Edwards, St. Paori t hr.rcU-y.'ird ; bv wb.-m Ladies may i'eji'''id "p'-n being st^j-pl.ed with the depilatory gcniiini!. 'Orders (post paid) io-i-ln'ifi* t!ie .afiiinuit f.T a single b.^lllej or larger ijuaiUily, mU be puiRliialSv �(Xec:itcil. Ac AlMiteqieut of iJi iii Si-t IJ'�Iile f Sir Tho ;;ai! Crawley IJoevey, Bart, in the loilowiiig Lots. The Oak and Beech Trees ar-mnsily of very large (linteibioiis, tit for .Nav.i'l piiip-Jscs, and within about three miies of tiie River Sevein. Lot 1. Three Hundred 0;ik frees, now -tarding in a certain pairt of the Abbotts V.'oods, adjoining lUe For.st of i>e:ui,called Sneed's SVood, iiuinl>ere.> wiili ml paint t'niin one t , Three Huiidt-ed nnd l-ifty Qak TK-es, now standing ibcertain parts Hf ihc Andiots Woodsi c.-itled Loug-gr.ea Coppice,'ll/ifti, Liniiig.-trs, .-uiJ Brinei.c<"nh U oo.i; ii�m-bered w ilh reil p.'iiiit, trom One to 330 iitelii-ive ; and ako fmir Beech Trees, iu the itutie wood^ nuuiblfred with red paint. Lot �, Four Hnndred and Thit-ty Oak Tiecf, standing in a certain p^rl of ibe Ahholfs Woods, cati.-lti'r� Ar.E.^.^NDEii signedFirstj in ;:ie other N.tPol.E0.v, No. V.-Letter from .Mr. Secretary ("annisc fn the Rits-siaa .Ambajs.tdor, al Paris, dated'Foreigp Ol&ei;, octiniCr 2i, iSOS. TIUNELATtON. Sib-At tiis desire of C;ount .Mc^das de Ronwnie^ift 1 I^ave the linniinr t(� acknowledge to yoer !-.jice!lericy the- r. ceipt of the b-ler which Count RnmuNzofT li%.s.beeitpltaccd to write to me from l-rfiirih, dated tb.- si. I[li Septembi-i- (!5ih { Ociohijf), as xveil its of the Letter amu-xed to iffcjiddfessed to lhelCJ!ii;m\ iiiaster. I sHiiit lose notimc'loHlynig-^htse two i Letter, before     Majesiy,3nd >� ir JDshitttogtipijpHjvcn be paiil irnoi.-.lia'1-lv '>n the piirrb.i c of each lot, -\ib;i'rt a'.s.j lo suA fthif.cbniitinn* :i� �ill be . f rfj'e. your i-.�c�lU-i:cy by aii J^iigiish courier. 1 have ibeTiononr'to lie, &C, , (Signcdl     GEORGE CA^'NlAa produced att'i-p tia.e t To his Etcellejicv tJie'Riitiaa A�bass;j|iir, " ^ i     .&c, &c &c. Parii. T-. .   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication