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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 24, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PRKPAUArOWV IVST.lTUTtaV FORTilfc KOVAl. MIUTAKY yULbKr.I' TllK I'ar.uls of J�'siam'tl for C/\- ftni-Kii''"^"-"* a llc^w''-;;^-'-;""^'"" for t!� i.r.-v.;..� 1..IU. .., ..r.� R">n� Hiehnes;. the Lr dor in CJii6f*ii4irft!�s Goveruur au4 Office, oFlhe C ti> his F�rivl� 'and til' ftihUc in and.lwfrs leave f� afiiiiaiiit ihi-ra '�balfe'l'''5**''*''^''*^***^ whwi-ho l��j�esti>TH .r irft>of tlfc n'tts iiMt qualiliM, airt be lrtt.-1�tbEt \m l.tird.r will t>i�,r.�iiid Il(rfiafcfi<"'��"'e firrtirt^Lonffun, Jie further lieg" tfifrte, that the AltifiJtiott.he bns p:iid !< ihf urJirJi-  efi�B i ear, or i�r Sir I'l'eapliilus Jii'JdMljjlf^ Uart. iilr.iirjjiiim Vau^hiiu. . . Jglm '�V. Kiti^lkilf>t i^l* VV..il�iJt>�.-r!i. J. T. \VKATISl.A     Serri-fiiry. '______� A'    TZvT)V of jjo.-ti .iililHc^t.iiii, uml llit^ jiiost r�J-svteciivbU-CoimcxjrtUi, would lii- liai>i�r i" a<*tv|it liie Situ'iiin.i ijf ti��i]*.iiiiit 111 It l�irty, or tft ^irc.-Ide.ai ihf/i -inUr -:- _H_:_       ,        . SAM. FKxNNINt;, jiio. J-f POUT)�!OLTH,   SUVrn,\W J�T  haun tif fru ami .uiuil in ilrJicer'd, ieiileil Ufi iiiui tuitoneil, ...J'.iiijt.T!iJkViirk :"/,i//n� ^V, lutid- "ijUi ilai) �/ JUi x^nHic tlig, Utitlter k,     ,___,- �tuakiitg Uf or an Ji(km nit hi.i '>eliitlj\ s/mll atlcndt iJv Order of tii^ Hoard. �01 AU li.VCiiAXGli ASiVKAN^UK oi;i-it,;�v SlUcli longer t�mp as may be nerwd on. and rntrred in April timing, a cmuRtrtuble, well Cur$iiiheii, deiacheii" HOySli Of COTt'AOF.. in a it'esnntbiiuatloh, on the .jjmt, wijhagiiod wallfd-in turdi-ii, siiid icii or twirlve a of oaiture land, �ea�r to a Market Totvn, and fn a f ibe kt-a f acrj's __________.    . K""d iiei^tibtfirbi^v^bcrc ftx-houiidii nre'kcyi; StaMins for thtM' r foar h�r�*s wiH be; retjuircri j a (Viarh-battiitf uiid ..titrsuiljible offices.. Tlie 4'�faiK:e frmii l.tindon not Wss iWUflnMlcs. TheCouirtyjiflJttinpfliiri'Mill h? pnrfwed. AAtcrlisertSrnt is "wo�hy of tittoJiiiiia, astUe Family j'remisetatw wttstcd forareof �iie liigfti-it rpsjircfc-iliiliiy. I-j'-xri, jUMtl j�Ud.�ontaimiig Ji full acc>mm "f jwrtirulnrK, '-.ill J.MvfoitUlfficc, BariistapU*, Ucvuiisbins uill Uaflv ii(i�'i�i .-id-wmeby nay of AmiO!U,pa"taaU;� in Laii.ls iir'Hoswe', , JJodfy in tht Kii.iive I'r-irtite, uud^ aitiefHar.i!: u ith au f:nii-fieni^'ftwtycysiflclBi? i�Mi.-Siiu �-liira-, ulier*" a l*ar?iieO'hip �\�!\y rvnitually he JnoUed th, tvoQid m itreferrcd. Ad^e�ti ta A. Ji. ut ihr]l'i)rier'';i L' �.-.W.ftlJ/. iu sums of IffiW. lo .^.ona'/.'�� ,ii>//roved ' -iviA ar-yetm>nMt,vcnmy,~fnr-frtti^, liheraf pYiies^wil! .Tie. ftinen, an* an opporrunitv. of tepayinpthe printip-il at (he optimi Vif the HtirfKwer hy giving; 7'il:i3S nmire.-IVtvonal appticatinil" aoctideii lo From Jo .(ill ;,' o'rlueK.-l.et(.Ts, poM-jiaid. to Mev^n'. llankey and Co.' .Nu.3, iiroadMreet,' Uulden-sqiLirr, fmswered-willjout delav. ATK^T S.1I,K HATS, No. ^83, Hirsm].- ��    B. Xo Money. HraWnert^apBly. /TUEffaf JAPANv BLAe^klNG, made by and.MA�tTW,--.Thij invaluable ('...iiiposirioM. *iilhh:��tlie iwiul t.iJjKur, 4�iijdof� j!ie ftu).'t brjJlwin jei *il�r� eyjT h. held. affortU |m-c�ilt.tr"nouri^linienf to' ihe Ici-iller. ��illn     �        -        - uch- inen in Wogd�in, insume.ftoulcsi-^iHce.Ig..flij.e-ie.fr."__ ONK Thoui'^nVl Kfvte ifanilretr-1 iC.'lvii'W -faU.MKSr,i;i; I.OXTKR~V.:i�b.ictt JieEin" nn the rijh of - - 4 iliiiftaif ii;ao;>iijS.lie'jt8l3,aOO t............l�..Jt�.�w..,iEtJ.iX).> ...... VlK>-.-...-l-.llO0 kjii....... 5;gM ( Wc�lnei(di�i-, April 12 M.......        S5....,.. 2.3;H)  f'riday..... April 21 /riZM: DAYS TUuriday... April 27 t.!,S:�ti�}d,w .. AyrilSa ' �"   � nj.j of thi- The Co�tr�rcor� h^vf � lVrmi, (JOAUUvMAKEftS, and niher>. VAt-.UAliLKTtMHWi, upon tn^'VrciiuMs of Mr. j4). iin.�t U.j>lo�, near iMarket i>e ins. In the ('uHOty nf Lincoln, lu be Unti-OiLit oi' l^y i'uiVAit L'tjsTiiAtr, '. 3i)b0 FeitI of Asb Timber. ilK)0 Keel of K)m ditto. aiJd.Fertofarv Ash (.iplil in h.nlves.) fHW feei of A�h iMank, froin'i jo -l inihe'. :   IikU f'eei of Elm IMaak, from a |i. �inch.-*. 7.' ('ap- rs!r     j'l    - -t-."!'......     vow will l;e in't'ant ' ^V�^aesda>, llie lljlh JheCh.iir Mril)het.iKcnat Tye^Tc oXlock pyi pisely. Tt/IONETf.-^AGwitlfinan has Tjiirty thuiijand i�"B�df I., lay out in (hr Purehase .if Amwiiiies, fn.m Ihe h.wrgof(wr.,.nnd (ir.ur -Xo Hroker_ncedapplv ii is w   i;s r > 'SMI .\ iSTEKsr&vr&ir 11,591 15.100 to "li.GOO lu,'illl l� Tin."vp.! . J'?Oi>l -to 17,!0i *H-Kl.TJia,d bUAftES are Ms ;U evcri LirewoS -:�-�tftervumre.      -r;: (he preater part from U to ISinches girt. The Krnj are frmi aStMut l-'to-iK i.ichesspj't.. llMiththe A5h ani}^ Kloi are jrtin-ftjtaVis Ji u�m enir�;is�, and siwoned � in the round, were faHen'ia the vears JSdSaihl I>>1)7, anH the Tr<�e�'frwiji Jj'tii J� inches girl, have been (ihmted iiidiinnieiiorv. "A"Wreua-el' vjill mil Iw re*mir?'il 10 (air Uie co.'ipje ftooif^ nn'ii��Mr. Tewwn liiai)iiurdeeii"i�i.i w<*d f�r.r<� . nnd. Li-lleis., po^l�paid. addressed-' trt Mr. Teiiir�(�, liaMoH, Dear Shirkm JJcejinig, will'be atirtid�-d to; ; UiifiitH is within.nne mile of tkp River CJen. nod within tlir�; 1.1 the irivei v\ rjiaiid, boih iiaviniUie lUvers, by \j biih" iiic 'Jiinher niay b'.' eofivejcd (  'ne l'i,ll shew (heUm^. nnd fur-r ' I ''''"'j"''''''*-.�"'�> be Iiub on appliciilioB lo ftir. SmitbJ .  1 MndSttr|teyor. SJieiifshcjiii, Leicestershire j or Mr. Kdiauiirf ' S^Iiii/or, Pqrliy.- Sai)pr|trtD.and K toi>a \\m6 AT COURT. -rliy Mrs. " Oft. lo h^euile the suliry honri, In tboMght i �e aulniat(!d liowcn, Kidiveninj^.lhus my walk ; And, th'inf It no botanist prot"es�'d, Tfaeir r-'aionijig p v . prire fo, ihe Second Kdinon, o( PItACTICAL. OliSKRVATiO.NS on INNA-> ITV ; in which soaie Siiggt^tiiins areoOered toward-an improved Mnde  ( tre,-i;:n^ Diseases of llie Mind, uiid home Kwlej proposed which it is hoped may lea^to a more liiiraane'nnd surcea.fijl Mt-thvd of Cure-iiy JObiilPil MA-- SON COX.'M. 0,___ Thi�dav is pptilRihe4, in 6vo. price.5s. sewed, Dkijatk-? LVHOTJJ ijousrs qf e\r^ LIAiMKNT, inlbf months of Mavsvnd Jane lS.(a, relative lathe Agre.'ment mnde by Govermiirnt vtitli Mr. Palmer, for llic. Jieroriaand Jinijrov^eni �f JbrJ!*">l ns, I'ortcjfal street, and ihenlhrr Ijtfv Hn-ikwllers, SCJINTILLA JUKfS ; or an Arptiment iu stip-P"l^ of the IJopiriiie whif.h hath Iven pen-rally discussed under ttiai Title; iiKBin^t the re.voniiip of (he late Mt. Fearue..;nid (be other Advo{:.-i(c ( .Itr.'SuBdeh � Clhiervaiiuiis upon (he S.ibjert.-Ky WAi. lfKJ�ttY>'0*^'"'^'^'l- Of p.colns Ipn, l.diiur of Lord Imk-uh's Keading on U^^es. Tbis day is published, ;ieally pnnled in one lar;;e 1U>. vul. prii-e I if. 11--, (ill. in tHiarife, THE niSTOUY t.f HAIIBADORS, from the -tir>(;|)i�coverv of the Island in (Ue Year Ifn^o, till the Aci-ei-ionof f.orrt8e.ifHnis. POEM5aiidTR.\NSLATlOSS, from Hieminor Oreek Poet; and Olhet> ; .tvr'tten chiefiv l�elweeii the jigpsoften.iiidMvleeO.-I'.y aLAUY, Uedicaicd. by permission, (u h�r lioj'al /li^hocts ihe Prin"cesi> - Charlo((e of Wale*. : J'ubli|fie.  J. A^pere, Curnbill; aij^t T. Uecket, P;ill-Mall.    ' N ICHUlJSONS KN C V CLOPEUlA ciiiupL le Tn >ix large vol is day is pnWished, price 1>1. t'j. fn boards, insiti^'.yrinted h'y SVliiitiu^hain, with 141 Ungraviiigr, by nn^lB� �R1TIS1I .K.NCVCLOPiiDlA    or A.^lirtiriONARV of Arts aw\ SCIF.NCV^S: mm-pr&injr'iip^aeeH'Wte aiid-^Opular view, of tSe pri� iii "mi-~pr�vedr^J*|e of human Rmiwledye.-By WH.Ll.^M M-tJll^rt-Ad^, Aiiibor jjii* Pbipiiet.irijf the };?hil*ophi�>l ,i(hlSiif�^ Work.-,' "I     \- 'P(�fRH( for-lynfgomii, U'iTiU Rees, andOrme, Patefr jl�V(�r>r�>ir. tind Ibe lt^� of the l'ri>prietof>.. '*'^f ^his .iVC��t4�wiy.�;itiir* (ic'hf'id couipbfte, or tikes �-^t^,ii�' Myan*. w'f^ UKM. ea-h. AH-T-Tje. KLivU\si \t>MPi�sniiVN: ^' Tlind!3l.vle. . ^B>I)�Vir) IRVING, LL.n. Printed f .r Itjebard Phfllip*. No. fi, MjidJte^Hreet, ajjd 1.. bt, had of ar>ce and C eUen--:r-Of whooi ma* .il.n'be had, J.l.h.TTtrtS t./.IU.S S05i ouTAiiTE, Li ri;RATL'RK, and i:{).'klPOSI.T|OK".>y the late Kcv, Utorge Grejorj, 1), I). Ac    l'r*ce la.: jn hoafd*.__ KlISSlA A.M> SWEIit.N; Thiiidav Ispublisliea,' in two suleo^id vuiumes, rnvnl 4tn. illustnltetf hy - ' .   . ___1 x>-----? -  * � iJot^ni Yeafoltu.^. lA�i, mi?, and I6U8. Uy RPBIjKT^KR.POltThB, K.J*.J-Pli.itea for Rirb-Al Pldllips, Ao. ti. HTi4|te-.|rl Sjianiards who were under I'Veticti coniroul, and had taken o{> arms on their sitie, t^red u|'.on General PsttUANn, and WGUiidid hin iu tiK thi^k; whan, litidtng ciietnrcs ttnion^ lrtSown"troops,m ntnonK'^tof Jej-licxalton, ke applied a pistol tu hU head) 3a4 ter. rainatcd      e.xis'cnce. The diicease of Genera! Ferii.\nr will much v^rettcd. lie maintained a Ttrtuons aad honourab'c characti-f during (hu vyhole of his com* Uiaii4 at ^t. Domingo, ^^f ercr au ^iidtTldual trie4 to abate the rigour of war, it was hiuvsclf. Every Englishman ina(le prisoner and sent to that Colo. i�y, spoke in the most handsnme manoer of hi3di aniar(Is ih' St. Domingo, had abandoned and set iire in a small village the/ held a fetf leagues from St,I> o!htir privareer lying \a the harJi-Jijr, cxpccJing they wmild fee ab?e ta. i'RVct their escape lo St. Domingo, with theassistr a'lce of ihi-jr sweeps. The men .of war perceiving their intention, immediately dispatched four boats, well manned, after ihim, which soon came up with, and captured them. In ihemcajj t;me several other boats proceedid tu storm the,forl^,^which \f^% accomplished after ii>|jfiht.ri'sisijtnop.r >\Ie/pgret, h(>weser, 't� add, that Captain Dykr, of i%e Aurora, was (laitReroiisly wuuaded in the head py a niiisliet bail, viliile Ijuding the party. Four vesielsi, lying in the harbour, lalen with colfee, &c, abu fell into the hands of the captors. A ves�cl vas siturtly alter di.spatched to Porto Ilico with the intcUiftence, av.d requesting a sufficient Jmrnber of irjop"! Id liesenlffoHi tli. nee to (;.-irri�ap (ht'j?.i(v. The fri^aic coiiriniH the intell'sjenpe o.f''|h� death of Gi-nenii l''i:ut(ANp. It appe.irs, thflfl tii> thtj first aUf'npt of the Spaniards^ j gain jlinss^'fsioii Mf the city of isanlo DomjngQ, ihe G.^ner.-i! dul not C'lnunand the ir-mps himself ; bi^l on iUv following day, whi'tV ho undersiopd tltat 4 ^rge l*.>dy of the j Spjiiiardsfroin Micq h^d latitjed, and lliiugs begin ' to wear an aUriuitig :^ppeara^cc, l^e in'ifuhed i>ui at tne'head of a very" fine cory? on, whom he placed the mo�t implicit confiJence, but scarcely 'iud he proceeded, when lUo majdr part uf thetij who were SjianiartJ.s, aipl v(h^ were exaspeii" rated *t the outtat;e committed by the French Against their cut^ntry, ..deserted his ranks, ar.il joined their coun'rymi-n. Knragvd to see himself tbus'tlbandoncd by his only hope, Gei)eral I'iii^f' UA>'n terminated-htv exiitence by blowing otit hi brains with a pistol. StjU, however, the SpinUt�|*'; were uHalJe to gain p isscssiqn of the city, but re� tired to a strong po>i.in ord�;r to wait for r--io. forcciueuts, when the a(tacl> was to be rcnewvd. Qu the 23d insf. oft' Cape Teheiron, ihi; iJcbif spoke a Spaniih schooner, which h;^il becit at St. Donjingo as u Hag of truce frofij t/�ha, which cotiljrined the above iritelligeuce, - " Accijuiiti from tha city of Santo Dnm'mgo, p/rt St, Ja^jo deCuba, reached this city yeterday, saying that it must. shortly f^!l into the hands of the Spaiiiirds, as the garrison and inhabitant? were -in" the ^{reaiest iJ.j.lreis i!�i4.!iaable, from thewaut of {KMVisiotis, and no probability of oVt^ining a supply, the jiorfi b.-itJ:; blockaded fiy.l^ritish ves.' sets, aa<; all cornmnuicatioi)' wit.i the iiilefior ci^t olB'by ikir Spaniard^. Major AiiSNACit,U'ci�f this (:ify, and former.-ly in a odunial corj^j in the l^fiiish �cfrice, baf become C-Jniroander itj Chjif at St. jPomiiigo, $incc the death of General'FtiiKA.�<�. jle is rel ])/e�cnt^d to be a bray  2.3ihtilt. sit.whicLh ti^c every tajng wn* tra/)u��j, The fo'rt wais garrisoned b/ a det*ch"meni of Sp*;! ujardii^ 'nidiH] by part tif ihv Aufora'i crew.';- Go-iv�ei UocLBtdiK, l4fe Commander in Chief at Satnaiia.'vtiih hi.� s.^C, and a nuntb^ of^ct". soaer�, have arrir^d in thp i-Vanc/�*v"." ' "   

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