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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                I ^   . 4 ^.4,289. MONDAY, JANUMY       1^09, Price 6^; ftiighan,Mas-SaVe, und Mr. three �"PTTew �ond-s�MM ; Mr, Tug*Wl, uear tlie Bai)k; �^iJfen tu be ..peuat IJrflP^rMtt Six, and tobegioat SKW ROOMS, H\.VOVi;tl-S(JUAIli;. rtlHK His'il Hull-  tJfl: Directors iuform the I SBbscribi-T-, Nisif the JtJ|#rt Coucert �vi]l be on Wcd- ThtSubscribeW i�re H-qHCStea^to snld^irUieir Tickets ni Jlirtiiall'* iJ***'* "''"I'' N'V^W-New Hmid-streel, where jl, B. TUeTicX-tiMnm^fJe-i'iiy forildiwrv as.-ibove. ToWcomplttfduudcHhea�ho)ri|y nfnn Aii of Parliament asici fur" Soiiylying �iie Town of l\irt>�ij>utlt. tlie Gar-nsoii,'th(- PoWic OffioK.jlie Saippidg, anJ Parts ndjactait  diei,in which the Theory of Iluuiaii Generation will be particularly iiiv�itii;titv.>d and esulnined ; iHuftrated l>y Moral and Hiysical Observat'^Oiis. Doiirs will be opened at Seven, and the Lecture cnniinence precisely at Kight o'clnck.-Tickets 5s. each, to be had of i)r. S. Ki�. 4G, l.ud^te-hill> and at the Lecture Rootn^^^^_ Latin and (ircek Classics, with Elements of Natural Pliilqsn-ph.v, (I'eograpby, Chronolngy, Mathematics, L6gic, and Divinity. rpilK Rev. J. H. HUTTO\, author of the JL.    Jlora: licdesia.-tica:, receives and educates TES VOUSU (JKNTLKMKN. 'liieTenns Sixty Guineas jirr annum. U^- There';ire at present Two Vacancies, Teipin outh, Jan. 1S09. TC^JSS LYNN'S SCIinOL,10 Miles from l.on-XTM. don; Wellino;, Kent-MUs Lys.vrrturns her sincere tiianlis lo licr Friends for the very kind sapfitirl thi\v liaveaf-forded her, and hopes for u continuance "of their palrowige, which she assures tlicni will ever lie her study to det-fve.- Miss Ljuu fears many have t.ikenup anjdea (throwdi a recent i-alf of (he eireci9 of .-l tf,Mtj'>|f''ih|'flt-;i|iMMiWriil1ii prir'' ^ )terty.!i>�*^li� Ci>ii)Jigp)a�ihMe!ilas deplinedflc^ ; wJiit* 4dea shc"Biipc� w:ll be eniilre'ly done away, as ber school re-cumnienj:ed on .Monday, 23d iinlaiit. ~T� tlie cCTiltGi' of the DtOCKsi'; of l.ON JJD.V. THOSE (Clergymen of tlic Diocese of L-mdon V. ho have large families and fc'iiall incomes, .nnd wish to partake of the Ooiiaiion of llie prc>ent Lord Uj^hop of L.m>lon. the intenest of Ol"0;!^ :i per cent. C'onsol. arc desired to.dfr^'t their .-ipplicaliouj t;> the Rev. Archdeacon Ilaniil-toji, VicnraKe-liouse, Martins in tlie fields, before the ISlii day of l-'cbrnary, wlieo the dibtrihutinn will take place. TO the FACULTY.-to be disposeil of, at the '\VeMKndofilieToxvn,a MKDICAL PRACTIGE, capable of sjre^it JCxiecsion by any (.enllemnn compctexit as un Acroucheur. Jminediatcpi>sses_?ion mav be had.-A pply, or adcirv�, poat^-iid, to Mr. SVilson, Agent to liie Priife>sor, Ko. I), War JfiUe Place, Groat Cu nion*. WnTG>?LUB.-The nt.xt Meeting of the WhigCloh will lie on Tuesday, tlie Tib iif Febraarv, -at the City ot-L�>Bdon Tavrtn, Bishfi^jpilc-strect.   -    ' ; ilis Gracethe Duke of NORFOLK, in the Chair. -    STIiJVARDS. The Earl of Albemarle,       | il. C. Combe, Esq. M.P. Lord Kine.- - �   � I W.A.Madocks, Lsq; M.P. Lord Milton, M. P. -   | W. J. Deirison, Esq. Dinner on tible Five o'clock. R. W. CI,\RKSON, Sec. mffftil of Mf..ag.Ts of the PORTSEA T^UM) WATER-WORKS COMPANY having uJd li.aUl.e Capita of &J.0 0^ sho-tlrt be imni.-d!al.-ly ffS" earn ' M;.l"Tn U the "'av i.e carried into efiec* with all Siwltch..ialiercby g'VeI  tUe Compaiiy. JOilN-TAYLOR, Secretarj-. PurlsfaI'iamrWatier WorksOilicc, The Soarw are lOJf. eadi.-to be paid by Instalments of .BL\wr Share, with an inleival of at lenit One Month be-l�(falbe pa>ii>eut of each Ibslalnient.  l.'il. perSfiafe to be paid at the time rifsuliiiribiiKr,bf4n^a Deposit of .t per Cent, and Ibt first payment of lO per Cent. ,oii each iiiiare. TiirStcretaty will attend iTiP Office from eleven till three whJnj, wlirre the Regulations and evpry required Infor-Biitiun niuj be obtaiDod. IRE at St. JA.V.ES'S PA LAC1-:-I o he _ SOl�tliewlinle,iirpaTt,nrthe PATENT RIGHT.for HRE-.lVUiVL?iT,ATl,VKCANDEL.STJ(.'KS, admirably adaplei for ChjimUeruse, the danger from spa.-ks rui curtains conirannVciiing.benigjpiarded ajf.iinst, and the candle bums (|nwii.with]jterfect5afi^un a self acting principle, the liseofwbiclV.linillllunMiJAiPaWU would liave prevented the abnyeinenlionVd'Fire, and many others more dcslresiiig andmeWiiliolyHiaffo'occired 5 asinail capital only will �e neifstity tfl cartjTtffe sanie into 'ft-cl tiiroiiRhout the iinrfoniVBiaybeieWiand other particulars known, by .id-dressiuif/p.'Stpiianniyjto Mr. Kent, Kiiis"� liead Cuffit-ftowf.ffrifhMrct-ilrfet.__ LEAKY. li0pFS.-^TESSKRA---The hte fewj b.ivc sheirrt'lUe iaiprrrcctnc.s.s tif Tile, Slate, niul nmLeaden Roofs.-Tlie iuperi-'ritv, then, of PATE.NT  TESSEKAmustbccviileotfroiM theHoof and Gutters being all iaPK mass ivithoiit !�ani or,crevice: it withstands heat, rfcV, RHiil, anil fain, mid may truly befaid (o be perfect.- Ja|iii;oi�f.li|:iitae!!.-, chcapsii-ss, aiid dnniliilitv, it exceeds all oilier coverings. The l^atentce i�vifcs the Public to a�-tfrtaiiiitniierits. bvinspectuiii at the 'i'eMera Mrtnulactory, Bre�lfiinl,(wliichfiroofed and floot-ed with it) o-at Messrs. Cloi�tniNcw8i>ap M;uiiifacioi-y, iitar. t^ie llridgc at Hat-tcrsea, which Gtnilains in-arly lOfl.tVltl squ.iie feet.-Further partioitiirs luiy be had of .Mr. Wiliiam Hallctt, (i'J, Quecsi-Mreet.CheapHtle; grnt th"* Mrtiof.vctory. Ilr-ntford. POliLlC CFFIGE, BIRMINGHAM, Jaimarv d", ISOP. ATannaiernus MEETING" of the INUABL TANTSof theTown, fiimmoiied by the lligli BaililT jpnhlie Adverlijenient, to receive iiic Report of the/^om-Biltfeappoiiite.i by the Town for the P/irpntc of nsrertaiii-"^wliethfrit w.ns; or was not, d-�irable to erect Water-��rks ill theTimn,.       - TbeMiGII IJAILlFl:ilabeChair; Tllelleportof the Cunimitb-c having been read from the Ckair, , Resiiived ur.an:minisly, Tliat the F.rectiwi of AVater-works .MtheTuwuof HinnlDgiiara is wholly unuece.-sary,and wtfuid wprodnctive oTg.-e.it evil." Rfiolved unnnii'iinH.)|y, That the'Committce appoi'itcd at sTowp'sMeciiiig uuthe4th uf Oct-ber l:u.f, be authorised tousewery exi-.iion to countemct any attempt to obtain an JttofPariiament fortheesfabli.'.limint of \Vater-work� in wTowDof Birminsham. any tivt of th-jn to be competent >�act, audparticidarlytbnt tiiey be desired to make iin-�"Mialf application to" llie Members for the County, and all WwrGfiiilemen in Parliament with whom they "may have '�^ influence or weight, to oppose any Bill whicii mav Muitroduced into PartiamcUi for the' erection of such Works. ^^Ivfdnnaniinoudy, That as the evils which would re-Wtfrom thfe^establishnient of %y.-iter.Works would fa'l upon T Town ;,t larje^ a Subscnption for defraying the ex-J^f^. incident to an 'oppusition would be ineligible, T Uift well eipenee ouRiit to be defrayed by the Town. jj^J^ sncU czpcnce be tbereforcdischarged by the Con- ^ResoUed unanimously, Thtrt the proceedings of this day "nsejled in tht Birmiogham and such other Papers as the **nniillec may approvf. fwltheThrmlis of this Meeting be given to the High wrtdrfor his able conduct in the ChfJir. T(�r. JA.MES ALSTON, High BailJtr. ^j^ieCiininiittee feel it ncce>sary to^x ilin to Ihr public "oiaes which hiive led^thcTown of Ijirniingliain to the *"PliOflof.thc preceding Res iluttoiis. In the mont,h of Seii- Curter Lane, Doctors' Com- I^OCND oh Tuesday Night last, ,Tan. 24ih, in . a Hackney Coach, a Huudie, containing PELISSES and SHOES.- Whocfer can ilesciibe and prove tliem to bo theirs, may liave tiiem, by applying I i No. a, Langley-slreet, l.oiis .^cr*", !ivum, in a way that likely to produce th.'in more than IfXI'. per cent, annually, without either risk or trouble.' References required and given. Letters from principals mily, with real name and place of atiode, addressed, post paid, fi,r lolin Heathrot, Esq. lo be left at the Bar of the Bauk.Coffea-boC'.-e, Cornliill,-vvill be duly attended to. � E\VLrr's BIyLE- r11e sec.sd part of _._ this work will appear an the first of - February.-The Royal at Ss. and the Demy at It.- Persons in distant parls of the"Kingdom, who address themi-elves to the Publisher lor Part I., published on the-first of Januay, are respectfully referred to tlieir regular Booksellers, and the country Uook-seller.-! are referred to rlieir Londou Agent for any number ftss tlian twentv-five copies. j\ Sew Edition is already printing of the Royal Paper, Piirt I. Bridge-street, Jan. 27. ' .1 ------"s -   "��n�i iuiiiting Watcr-worxs, t ir sup- \t'."5'"^ lahabitanljof the Town of Binningham wi b . otUfrfnr'riilfn.,,... ..n.l .�....._*:.. ......^..^n-   .in.l I-*."* cxtin- ICONOiMVifi ILATS.-GeiifJeincn's HatsNcw Li Beayered.-IJ. BURNETT, Hat-maker. No. .'iO, Kigh-streft, ."^t. Giles's, nearly facing the end of Oxford street, begs leave lo inform (i'entlemen, that wiib. great Ijibour and espeucehc b.is brought to perfection the Art of New Be.i-yeriiigOld Hats (if ihey are worn even so bad), and rendering them as ^oo.l as they were at first, which will be a coiijii-deiahle s.iviiic. as tlie'rxpeiice bears no comparison tn ihe price vn might, upon this occasion, bave-. "isetrjuslified io detenainiario opposeit wilhout furtlier I j^'fy-; but in order fully h^sjubify the miirds of the public ; 3,0tll 4..'H)1 SilKll 6,501 3.101 7,001 4,t;i>0 8,501 5,100 I :�,jo1 7,10:1 8,1)00 9,100 10,501 \\,m 12.501 10,600 11,100 12,ti09 tforivard, io die j. ,     .ii order fully tt^siMhify t"iie miirds of the public "�e expediency of anv^clieme of this nature,- a Com- : W^.*'^ 'Appointed to ti^ertain, whether Water-works . Iwnr.?*^ not.required by the. Town. Upon tlie Re*-?"� ot the ComniiUe GOI.DSMlTH. Printed fo.r Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet-street; and Vernor, Hood, .and Sharpe, 31, Poultry. �* A Prospectus of the Work may be bad of the Pub-lisheis, and of nil Booksellers. N INVITATION to LADIl'^S of dLstiaction. Mr. town, original "Velvet Painter and Artist to her Royfil Highness the Princess of Wales, with due^ubmis-sion, informs (lie Nobility and (lentry his Exhibition this year, he Batters himself, will le found worthy of their attention. They are to adorn sevenil suits of rniims, consisting of window cuit.iins, canopies, sofas, chairs, font-stools, firescreens, platters, tables, rugs,and various ornamental groupes deigned in figures, flower.-', Iandsc;ipes, Ike. &c. Mrs. Town niid''rtakes to perfect Ladies in four Lessons, that are totally uuacquaioted with drawing or (.Minting, -N. B. The only Warehouse for prepared Velvet and Co-louts which cannot be purchased any where but at his residence.No.29, New Bond-street. REGULAR Newspaper office, i\o. 23, Birchin-laiie, Cornliill, London. TUaEi: day WEEK. Commercial Chronii-le. General Evening Post, LonHon Iwening Post, English Chrmiicle, St. James's Chronicle, London Packet, LoniloR Chronicle, livening Mail. DAYS op r DRAWING. Wednesday, April 12 Friday____, April 21 Thursday... April 27 Saturday... April 29 the Contractors have Permission of the fcnrds of the Treasurv to niake afREE GIFT of 1.600 Whole Tickets, in Addition to the Prizt-.s-in the Scheme : FIRST DAY, .    , A Free Oift of 1.000 Whole Tickets, for the first-drawn Prize.above 15/., the Numbers of whirh are as follow ' SECOND DAY. Another Free Gift of 5vH) Whole Ticket.", for Hie first-drawu Prize above 15/., the Numbers of which are as follow:_ . - 13,0:11     to     I3,10a I 15,001     to     l.^lOO -14,501     to     jU.tiOO I I'i,J01     to     1(;,000 17,001       to       17^1W TICKETS and SHARES arc veiling at crerj licensed Itjtlery Olhce. D.VILY J'.4PKRS. The Courier,   Morning Chronicle, The Globe,    The Times. The Sun,       Jiritish Press, Statesman.     Morning Herald, Traveller,      JIdrning Advertiser, Pilot,        , Oracle^ St:ir, . Ledger. Morning Post, TheDav, All other Weekly'Ncwspapers ard Publications. Martin, General Newspaper Agent, for Town and Country, moft rfspectfully informs hii Friends .tud tlic Public at large, that he has removed his Oilice as above, where he continues to forward .-ill sorts of Newispnper.*, with the greatest regularity, lo any part of tlie United Kingdom, postage free. . W. M. Informs those Gentli-nien who may favour him with their Orders, that he will pledje himself to forward them regularly.-N. B. Births, Marriages, Dcaihs, and Advertisements ill gcnenil, received for, and inserted iu all the London Papers, with the greatest dispatch. NNUITIES REDEEMABLE.--.MOxMEY at 8 per Cent, will be advanced for Annuities secured on real Property, where the Granlor has.a permanent inie-'fest, and proportioiiably moderate where the Parties have only a Life Interest, 'i'hose who have heretofore granted Annuities on exorbitant Terms, may be immediately accom-motlateil with any SBin from 100/. to 100,000/. to rc'decra the same ? and the .Nobility, Clecgy, and others, desirous of raising Money through a respectiible channel, may he sup plied on pll the Usual modcsot" security without exposure or deL'i}>, for a commis.sion.of only ten Shillings per cent.-.Address (postage free) to Mr. J'ohn Ber-j-, Baker"* Collee-Imuse, Change-alley; or No. 14, Bcarbiuder-lane, Macsion-hoHse. lATENT SILK HATS, No. 393, Strand.- Thcre.-il Patent Water Proof Silk Hats having given gerieral satisfaction, sind being consequ-'nlly in great repute, has induced several persons to impose on the l-'iiblic a spu-rion>and miserable imitation, in which a principal ^rt of the composition is left out, iii order to prevent pr:isAlion, iiiidare.in every respect much inferior. Tbe Patent Silk Hats have a great advantage over Beaver, as they are far more darable, alwavs retain their colour and slmpe, are eqtially light; and are not injured by rain. An elegant as-sortme'cfirfthe most fashionable Shapes are always ready fiuished, at E. RichardiS's, (from Dmiiiage and Lar'^ins, Patentees). 393, Strand, opposite Cecil-street.-N. 15. Naval, Military, and Dress Hats;-Merchants and Country Dealers supplied on advantageous terms. COOKE eontinnes to.have on Sale, at his Ma-tiufactorvandNottingham Warehouse, near Old Round-court. 431, in the Strand, an e.x tensive and valuable assnrtmcJit Of HOSIERY of every description, wjiich for elegance, neatness, tastf, and quality, lias never Ween equalled, and, he flatters himself, can never be syirpasscd. Tlie niany ad-" vajitages-li'c possesses over every otner perssn in this line of biusiness. and the peculiar degree of perfection to which, by indefatigable' attention and unliraite;! exoeiice, he has brought his Manufactory, while they alTord him an opportunity of olTering to the I'ubl'ic a variety of Goods, superior in every re.�pect to those of any other person, and render all competition fraitlcss, also eiuible him to acconimndale the P.fiblic either in the Whwlosale, Retail, or Export Trade, upon tennsinorc modenite than can possibly bu af&irdcd by any i�ther Hoiise iii the Metropolis._ real JAPA.N BLACKING, made by L\Y and .MARTIN.-This invaluable Composilion, with half the iisiml labour, prmluccs the roost brilliant jet black ever btheld,-alfords peculiar nourishment tn the lea--ther, will not soil the finest linen, is perfectly free from any uuiUeasnnt smell, and will, retain its virfi)es ifl any climate. Sold, Who'esale, by Dav and Martin, at the Manufactory, No. 97, High Hwlboni, Retail,by F. Day; No. 7,'i'avistack-strert: AV. Day, 80, Swallow-street; Axte)!, No. 1, Finch-lane; the principal Boiitmakers, Perfumers, and Oilmen in the Mwropolis, and in every town throoghout the United Kingdom, in stime bottles, price Isl fid, each.__ RTIFICIAL TEETy,. made from a ^^1l>s^ilIce with E.N'A.y EL. which does n"t change colour, and appears equal to Nature, skilfully placed, friini one to a wholeSet.-Natural Teeth placed frpni a single to a com-i plete Set, with Gold or Artibcial :urds, l/ie jJiyui^t kUI be Jarfe'il*^^ and tne Gauds Tclnain the property of HitCi-7ion. '.theotherCoiidiliaii-i maybe seen, and printed Catalogues may be had at Ihi SecreUiffs Oljiee. oi'tlCE OF ORDNANCE, Jan. 25, lSo9. rfflHE Principal Ojicer.t of Hi.i MujeHi/s OnU .fl_ nance du hereby give notice, that Propuinls will be re� ceiccd at t.hcir Ojfice. in Pall .Mail, on or bcf.ire Wednesday,\3lhdayuf February ne.rt,from such Persons as may >ir tzilling In andtitake ihe supply of IIAIR BROOMS, BRUSHES and MOPS, for the Service of this Department for a period of Three Yeais., Inr.ugh Tviui^s for the eixju-iiig s/.r months only icill b': consiiUrid. Palttrns of the Art ctcs may seen upon applicalian at the Principal storekeeper's OJiue in l/ie Tuirer: icliere further parliculars, together icit/i the Term-; iiml Condilhms if the Contract inif./ tie hniiicn ; and nho at (lie Secre'.ary'n Ojfice, in Pall Rlull aforesaid, any day beltcecn the lioura 11/ Ten and Four o'C'orl;, ichere alsu'the Propnsals must i-e delivered sealed up, an I indorsed, " Propo3;ils for Hair Brooms &c. ;" bat no Proposal can be 'ad.nilted after Uie said 15lh day if I'ebrwvy ne.ct, at Tieelce o'Click at noon of the same day; neither isHl any Tendcj" be noticed unless the Party malum; it, or an jfgent in his,behalfshall xtlend. _jBy Ocdcrof the Board,      R. H CREW. Sec. liOYAL EXCHANGE AbsURANCE OFFICE,. _ Jan. 25, 1809. fT^IIE Court of Directors of Ihe Howl Ex- J. ciIAMiK .tSSUILVNCE do /leitbj give Molice, that a (itneial Court of tlie siiid Company leiU/ic. huliien at thilr Olliir, un //;-: Jlu.,al Eichange, on Tiitirsciay, tKe.\^thcf Fih/nary v.c\\., from Lliccn u'CUc'r in the / i, till 'J'icu o'CUck in the JfUriioo'i, fur th ; E'.-clion oj ,1 iieputy Governor, in//le rovm if Wiliiam Bo.JUKpiet, ll.-ij. iLcteii 'hisdivj Su!)-(-overnor; ichich t'.kcliuni,-dl he declared at such \ ripiiii X   DA j/'iro o'Click in the Jfii. Governor, in ^Ae roum 1^ lhisd d Paint from 1 to 257 inclusive; also3&ELM and 15 ASH TREES, numbered �vith Jlcd Piiint.      '      i.< Lot v.-2j0 OAK TREES, m�vv sl.inding in Wclchbory Wood, numbered w itb White Paint from 1 t�2o0in�ias(ve ; als..4 ASH TREES, numbered with White Paint. Lot VI.-133 OAK TREES, no.v 5t;indiDg on the Ifaye; Farm, in t' "'"�"��'    'Te. i^.-.r.=h ,f numbered expence to be also t of Safe,   

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