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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 31, 1809, London, Middlesex                                - Price 6?><;-ir �      NEW ROO�  Jn- TO-ilORROW, wtttoonw. '     .   .   ,  , r^othi, Mrs. Vaughwi, Mas-r ,1. B. SaleiaudAU. igROlclli. luwttrrtV, Mtreart.r-ftir," An-Cii'liT.-Air, ciimpnserf infnis'i KiinnBnizetl (for . .VilUgl' _ rrdMilre,)4Madiiine Bianchl amPMr/ J- B. Sale.-Grand Sym- j ;ailvaiitnKir. . by ajiplyingir. Mr. "Speic^r, Sdi^gi^ j misl, 22, Kins-slreet, Uuvlpn|-^Hr4,fiH '^^�^''''�'f^' Ka MAJKSrY'rSTA�^iMAg:ER.^MrsT JI-WftlAN. .No. 1�, New vUoad-itreeJ,''London, must re?p'-cifii!ly notices to thr LiiTJes; ihalshehaealarpe STOCK SC jTAIfS �rthen:aler.? .. �^AAND WATERrlVORKS. GOMPANV liarinft i^ihal the Capital of BOAW.siinuia be immcdi.iirly 2I!!jrfJd'^ba*"tfc"5v beicarrleil.into effec* >. Iili ail Sl�d1�i>akll. do herebj give iNotice, that Siibscrinliorts jy|.-3sR. Haafcey.anU Co.'s Feuchurch-^treet, to the Compaajf ' JOHS TAYLOR, Secretary, rti&a tsland Water" Works.OOJCc, 'iVS6M�are iqo/.cacb; ��> be paU by InstaJrtiPntsof MONEY  rhi.cl� libcr:il, jjricea will he i ^ic h, .niitl (ui o^iortuiiity ^frcp.'iying the principrtl at the ' "^'TPrint^',! option .f t*q Uorrowci- h> giving 7"^ay8 flotice.-r-IVrsiinal i i,,,i',, api'lications nUeuded-tp: IJolnvlO tiil 3 o'doclc.-l^eilers, j -- povt-paid, to Messrs. nswkev And iCCT..{fo.9, fifvad-street,  GolJfii-*Htl.ire, an�wrr�fd withontdHay. TVJONKV to C�ENj&,:-}Wr,: ADAMS infdrmd  I-tX. th-wlhnt lii^*^�cc3Jw�HWrtctBporMry liuan-thatlie Has       fWf^i^ii^ni^^v.^j;^Ma\v^ ^ MISS Hll-L'^ -VOVJ&L Tbis day is (lablislied, iti three Volumes, price Fifteen Sbil- ' . Iiiig�, in boiirils, THttfi FOREST of^COMALVA, a NotcI, cohbiining sketches nf ifoR-ricAL and SrAiv, and part of France. " for R, Pliillipi, 6, Bridge-street, Blackfriars-, lUJiTOilttif FilANO'E, from lite Com-iww)einent<�f<4he Relgi of CInvis, tuit. or otherwise >�hjecHo the Uanknipl Laws, have now an opportunity of laying out the'above suiii, in a way that likely to produce them more than SJO?. per cent, ahiftiiilly, without cithsr ri'k or trouble. References required aiHleivon. Letters from priiiciprils only, wi.ihTeal nara .__ HKWLfriT's BIULE-The SECos;d Part of. lhi� work will appear on the first of Febninry.-Thf Urtv-ibit"*)!!. aml-lhe Dentv at !.-^ - rsons in distant iwrts of the'Kingdom, who .iddi-ess theinscives to Ihc Publisher for Md the Rrst paymeiit -     ---- TriieSrtn-uify wiUattendlbe OiScc from eleven till llirfie Ach day, vbere the Kegulatipn^ ami ever^ required lufur-�ultiiiiiBay. br ohtained. _ J.to.)      ------.      , SatSupilD Pa*slre�> fAUc uiility, .auff.will be luund even on. a c4iKJory in-mdiaa, the griciicft stiiet... 2,500 15...-. n,W 6...... 10 i^.)........... 4t.....i...:. m........... i^i) ........... %)jl!00 Tickets. - DAYS DRAWING. WediKsday, April 12 Friday.....April 21 Thursday... April 27 ^203,(1001 .    ., ,, Salunlay..-, April 29 Permission' of the" Lirds �f the ... ,.....l-egular ............... .'ii-ller.^arr referred tii I heir London Ageii( for any n'^iiiiber less than twentv-livecniiie!;.        ' '   , A XcH' Cditioii IS already printing of the Royal'Paper, Part I.   , , .-Bridsc-ftrc L.\CK La\b PKNCIIA-^Thc many gross -P iinjK>sjtioiri i>r:icl!seif on the Puhlic, by unprlncipjed P'T'^titK. ivlio verd .'i vi|.. r.jmpofilion, in nppcarancp like Klark Leaih but nhicii ha Iieil nio.re than lifty ^T.-irs, and which hav.r formi'My bffn known by the m.irk of Midilletnn only, .nre now di'liii'-guished from eouiiterfeifs hv the n.un�S of N. .>|iddleton, wllb tlitj.-iddrcfti of the Muiiufaclnry, No. 163^ Stnuid, LoBdou, otipo^ite Netvrnsrtejftreet.-The greafeil V.iriiHy in Loiitlou of Letter Copvine Machine.', Writing and DreR.';in!r Desks and BoiccsrP>>cket Books,-nnd a large assorti��entf  tr _:r   l^n vvr�fc�   -r_____   .� URSU CHAI^UONSVefekc�hKciiig 0ii^dali^^^^^ Kind and KMlJUrrpeTvumffg/./^^ tTli^qfMis rliard mittte hadJffmfS Xen^rHml occupying only- we' side of a single Sheet,constnirtfd sons toeiutblemtyiiac of mnderate c.ipa-clty, by means of it,iiid a Dictionary;to pri�Wed immediately to read, correspond, and'speak inthat Lnngnagc. Printed for Longman, Ilnrtt, llecs, and Urine, fatemosler-row ; and Peter Hill, ICdiiiburgh. Thisday is published, price 9s. in boaMs, SCLOPPRTAUfA :  or Considc/ationg on the Nature and Use of Rifled Barrel Guns, with reference to tbeir forming the Basis of a perinanent System of Na tional Defenu'c, agreeable to the genius of the country.  Illustrated with la Copperplates. ByaCOItPOKALof RIFLOIF.N. London, PrintL'd forT. Kgerton, Military Library, near Whiirhall.      . -*-'-'            ijU^K-SKLI.I.NG. \i^:rtTSh"ei'dnX'fi^tofJ::;da\^ A  GKNERAL liOOKSKLLINQ BUSINESS ferred to their l-egular Bonkseller^,. and the co.wiirv 11o�k-    A will be c ISLK OF THANliT. rWXO be sold by AUCTION, -e�r\y in Mar�h 'X March Stiext, Sev�n. Lots, of.difforriil Quantities, from 13 to 75 Acres each, nbout SoS Acr.-s of very rich MARS!! LAND, with a Cottage, and nbout T�vo Acres of Anibfe Land, situate ne.-ir the Church and Vill;i.i;eof Min-Btet.in the present occ-pations nf Messrs. CoUard, Biishell, lind Shiushier, under le.ises, which wilU'xpjre at Old Mi- The Cootrarthrs have �eb-�ry tom.ike a FREE Gli-ix of 1,500 Whole Tickets, MAdditionto the Ptr/es in the Scheme: FIRST DAY, ,,,.. ,   A Frrc Giftof i^OOH Whole Tickets, '^'"'/"HMHn Prize above 15/., tlieTV umbers of which . to 3,10117,001 to 7,100 10,501 to 10,600 i^l to 4,o()0j 8,501, �o- S,6iB0 11,001 'to  II, *�;f to saoo 19^001-lo 9,ioo 12,501 to i2,tioa M)l to t),M}j{ ,     .     SECOND DAY, ^ -^""fher Fr�e Gift of 50(^ Whole Tiekefe, i r , *^"'*^"-P"�a�>o�e 15/., the Numbers of which ** a* follow:- ^ . Jl-?)!    "� IjflOl     io     5S.100 U,a01    to  ..          16,501     to    16,600   . *-,_^         17,()6l      ,to .   17�I00 "CKETS and SHARES; are selling at every Licensed I.onf   Office.__ pOSTON MILLS. tt-""c be Ll-yr, and entered iTatI?.?' IJxl.V-Dayw-t. ,|il style, 1809, all that cajiit.'il ,^\VR COIWT�iLL, carrving fonr pair of mill-sioms Iw ' ""'�Mc twichiiiwrj fixe'il tor the dressing of llonr. {wa mortetii built Wind jhill, nearly adjoining, carrying ^ pan; of miU atones, ind the like madrinery, situate at sS. SlJ." centre of an excellent corn country, in the *^\?'i'rK.��f Y�Hahlre.. Alsoacip     Dwelling House, coinmenCjrd, at No. 10, Ludgate-Slreet, London, early In February* lb09. under the firm of Constnble, Jliin-ter. Park, and Hunter, by the underwritlen P.vtners. AKCIJIBALD CONSTABLE. ALia. G. UUNTliR. JOHN PAUK. CHARLKS HUNTER. The Busino�S heretofore carried on in Mdinbiirgh, nndrr the fifm of Archibald CoiHalile and Co. will tniilinueto tie carried on. as formerly, i>v the partii>'r.4 iheri'of, ' AKCllllJALD CONSTABLE. A LICX. O. JtUNTliR. iidintHirgh,g8th Dcrember, 1808. Early in February will be published, price Five Shilllnps. rpilK.KUINliUR^iU RKVIKW ; ..r^ Cri.ical .JL Joumitit No.XXV'i; wbiihcooipl tcstherhiifrentb Vulain.e, and AviB c�mtiwfl:-Heliqnes of JCohrrt HuVns, con-si^ivg.cltietiy of oc'g'oal letter..! nu ii-niaii on'th^ em.-inicip.itioii of.S|��iaish America; arc"Uiit. of stam-eiigiin-s, from a tri-a-tisjs oirniecjianic:!,' by.Olimlilis (Jregorj ; .si:ili'meiii of iht-procee flfdOii.', ' broken, bent, and in filgl. Tbese Lands, are of great extent, and the Piutamge .idminibly adapted for maintaiuing an .extensive stocking of Sheep and Black paHle. The Cop- , pirc Woods upon the F.arm ot Arienesii, chietiy consisting of Oak, will he lit for catling in three or four years, and have been c^tHunted by n skilful valiintor. to be then worth up-' wnrds of I2t^'; sterling. The old planting on the Farm of Aiteh.ani is estimated ro be now wonh 500t. Upon t^e Panit ofAurharnthere is a beautiful situation fur a Uinise, bavins in front a large river ami a fine lake hf hind.. .The river .inn lakeare unequalled iu Scotland for the amusement nf lingling both of sjilraoHand tront, S or 10 full-grown stilnfun haviag been frequently taken with one rod ina day. T[ie .Moors abound ill gr�iise and Black Cock : the. large mountain Deer.is fnq.irntly found in the hills of Aucham, � aud' till! wt  pr�sptcti>f .soccew..^ .. Tbe whnle 'Jthese Lao-l^ when thfe present leris^'explre i at Whit-i'iiiKln'y. ISIO, *ill even according to the p^irseni loir I prices i1f Sheep mid Black'CMttle;'y'vld a reut of coiisiderabty i abovc;^/. per unuum-and if the prices for the .'ibove de-fcription'of Stock sbair iWert to what tbey. liaVe retSenfly been, th^rehtwiUmaterijiIiyincrFase, .The TirtdsOTera-Iuednnd exhnu|ted,5tnd the feu-duty and other public bur-^ den.'.nre exfremi'ly moderate. This projierty being situateverynear the iead nf Locbal-lin. in the- immediate: vicinity ot, the >S<*�iiid of Mull, and within two bourisailof the thriving tuwt^ofObnn, possesses 111? advamage.of water c.irri.-ige for conveying the producelo in.-irket, and it is injagitaiion to carry on a road from the toast of Morvrm to the road leadibg fhruugb Ardgoartu Strqiitian, which, when executed, will render the acce�s to Mofrerii iu thatdirrclionextremely easy. �   ... To' a pmpieior of an estate In the Welem lsle�;'.these f Jtnds wHiilu be a valuahle.-tcqli'Mitioo,. aj.froni the esleiHi ve ^vouds upon thc/n a supply of timber and w^tliiigs, foir' faria and shore purposes,'woulii.'ilwnyi be secured. "     ' ApplfcatioM for paftirulafs nisiv he made.to flie Pmprietoi;, at JVrdtoHnish, MorVern: or Mr. Muodeil, I'arLament-.tlree.t.. Westminster. '______ Speedily will b  published, price Is. 6d. ACATALOGUI-: ..f BOOKS, Ancient and Mo-dem, incUiuiiig the valuable and cttiiisiv Library of the late William ImiHiT'od, ^:^q. of Carji.'iir-, to In. .SOLI) for Re.'idy Money,by Coiiitable, Hunter, Park, and Hunter, 10, LmTgattf-stjeet> .L.ihdoii._      . �_. In" the press, aHitspeeilily will he published, hapdioifi.-ly printed in two vols, qun"rto, embellished With PertraitsV Autographs, &c. SIR RALPH SADLf.Il's . STATE PAPERS; Containing. 1. The Letters and Negociations of Sir Ralifli Sadler with KingJaroes V. and with the-Regency of Scotland, in the ye.irs 1540 .-ind lo.i3.     ? -       � 2. A Collection of curious and important Docamenis, concerning''Queen I'.lizahi-lh's private Negociations with the Scottish Refonner-, in the year 1.559., 3. Letter.' and Papersresptciing the grand Northern Re-Tiellion in 1569. 4� Documents concemihg tiie Gnnfinrment of Qocen .Mary in England.-To which is added, .a Memoir of the Life of ..>iir RALPH,SAlJLEU,tvith tome ilistorical Notes by \\ ALTER SCOTT, Ksfl. ; g3r AprnpurtiDn of the Ympresstnn is printed on Royal Paper.   . IMinbnigh: Printi'd fnr Archibald Constable ,ind Co. Edinburgh ; Cadelland Davies, Wm. Miller .ind John Mur-tny, Lonitnn._. :: Mrs. WEST's LLTTEUS.-Thi.- day were puMfshrd, in three Uirgc' Y�'""��5 42n!o. piice.ltis. 6d. in buardi, the Foortb KditionJof TAL I�JlILOS�PHy. of tlie Cla^s Bonk, &c. EXPERIME.NTAL PHILOSOPHY. " Thiisd.iy were puhli-lieri, in r-.�o Volumes 12mo. illustrated I)y35.'uperi(ir Eiigiavings, prioe 14s; in boards, aft! 15s ti'irnd and lettered, ...... POPULAR LKCrURES oti EXPERIMfiN. TAL PHILOSOPHY, ASTftCiNOMT; .-imf CHJ'. MiSTRY, ir.temicd chieCy for the Use of STUDK'-NTS and YOUNG PERSONS. By GfcORGE GREGORY, D. D. DoctoriaP.'iilawophy andthc Arts, &c. ; late Vicarof West-' ll:un; Dom.btic Chai�liii� to th.- Lord Bishop of Landaff} Ant'iorof the Jiononiv of Nature, &c. &c. Prii.tcd for llicharJ Phillips, 6, Bridge.street*'(indtSte had of all Booksellers. Of wlioin m.iy .-ilsn be had, ju5t publ'lihbdi Tiie fiRAMM.AR of NATURAL ;ind lv!tPKRlMEN4 By the Hrv. D. BLAitt, Authoit Price 3?. id blue. -;.    '      �'-' �EAD, Ri-niark, ami llcinembcr, thai Uiebest^ Land cheapest House in the world, fur tluit unlVcpfillV " admired invention, SILK. HOSE, with COfTON FElCT, .'vc. is No. llt>. Fleet-street, cor cr �f Wine OIHce-rouri^ -nhich, thongh far more warm,, cmfortable, soft, and pl.-a-sini. infinitely more durable, .iml every *ay eqtt.:il ipele-ginre, rclincss, fashion, apd quality, are. �oi|two-thifdsthe pn'�e of tho-c with silk feet,  fevfral hnad^ed Di>zeiK c>>u> smiitly on sal.', ,it the followi.ig prices :-lidiei>rtout and fine Black, W'jte, :ind-coloured. 7s. 6d. to those n Mb the most fashionable clocks,8�. 6d.-r;enllemen's ditto, 7s. Sii. to the very best, I OS. 6d-N. B. Mr. COLLYER ino.,t r-. spictfully .icquakts his nnmerous Customers, ttiat 4ie has completed his .-innual assortment of real Paferit ANGOLAS of every description of narm Winter Hosiery for the sea^or^ rHTiHK Koyal Family, aiid Ladies ami (jfeunemett JL  of Distinction and Fashion, use RUSSIA OIL, for ' moistening the Hair when ilresMog, which is so great a noiti risher��tbe Hair as to preveiU it turning grey to .ill periodi i promotes thegrowih, and in,ikitig th� Hair grow lliitflMiad Unst; prevents its fall in^; off, and re,ito;es it on bald "])laeesi ifthe Ifia-triMits remaijj. Se�ral Gentlemen that wefeJiaid-^ have declared,after n-ing the Russia OU regul.irly for six . m..iitlis, the b.ild places bi-eame nearly t:overrd with Hair; No e John-street, Oxford-.-trert; and, by appQintment.bf Mr'Smith, PcifurocrtohisMajesIyi Nen Boml-stfeel; Herir drie and ^ons, Perf'im'"'^ to her Miijesty� Titchbome-street; scrvethelabelon themiLMrie Hrappi^r, in iiMjsian goU ink,"Mochrikiif^KyaDd Prince." out th.tt 5ign,tture arc ronntern-!!". Any rfith- �gARTLEtrS "^Wfrum IrtulL^..    ,i � . . -**"!�� fwtbetiiarlictilnr!, apply to Robert Bower, Esq, or, ;2�^flham;ortu Mr, SJnnwbalUof Biril�Ul, hnth;near Maitoii, ���Mr. l=�ib*iij8�iicktir,Haito,DGa�aen, Loralon; a_______   PATIENT TRUSSE.S.-.To -answer the true intr.qlipii of tbfe lusifoment, the inventor; has omtrived one .witli ah improved yPad and Sj/ring, which regulates t^he preburc;  Itis tint nnuntriiu] invention, I the universal approbation itbas. itftt with in America, has indaiced the present Ptoprietbr to nhtaiii a Patent for it in i this Cmiiilrvj an4(D oflVr it tath'e Public.-Sold by apHoint-; Paywaee, at Ev�n'�. Slitgical Inrtrvtikeni Aiaker, Nh. lO;;�kl.Cha��e,,Loiiaon, aiid do vrtiere eUeJi* Eiurlantt, ! be: had, Metalltfc Btingies iiod I i. ifffie*] cudidibiay'tidiedSintthi       � -    '     Printed fur Longman, Hurst, lieesaiid Qrine, Patejnoster-To�v. '        -�� " This work appears to US highly v.Muable, The dnetrincs which it tenches .ire urthoriox, leiupc^te.un fornl. niid. libe-ml; and the manners which it recotlimendsare wh.it every judt'emus uareot would wish his son to adopt."-Brit. Crit. 180!.       . K    .       .................. nice to prerailing opinion?. THeSeCond Edition, in 3 voN. 12ino.  i^rice nee guinea iuboaf lis. * We do not venture without mature deliberation toi.-tsseri tbatnot nieretyas critics.'but .'is p.irents, hoihaiids. find brothers, we can {vrammehd to the Ladies of Britain. � The Leiteri of Mrv WeH.'-'Crit. 1le�i 1. TUt! Blirtber, n Poem in fire Bonks, just jiubli'bed. la fool-icap 9r a*d$..  OWaRD'S cough U!tOP!i.-.:The fallow- -mj in" LAter frnrtl the Rigut Hon. Lord Benliciik, is ano-tli.r proof of the Kffieacv of Kohbcrd's Con;cb, IJrous, hovS-. many thousands ha?L'been restored to health bjMtiatMedi-' Fn'm LordBENTtJJCKto .Air. BUTLER, 4,-'Gfcca{�5i!ej L"i:rf�ii. 1 lave fi-cquVntlT experienced the g^eiiteJt-SifisftiCT ..in inRobberds HaHntx recollect one in-titlce in i tion'i'n Robberd-s li-nllmitc Hit'r Ur CoJigb Di^w^-Mff �..t ......which thev base everfaiM.pnifjd- Ihegreatest benefit from them, and i icn(!i'petse�ep:i� thi'ir nse.-i-l siffl. Sir, vour Humble Servant, Rnmsgttie, Feb. 2, l6)8. E. BENTINCIC. Sold Whole�.aIo'and Retail at .Mr. Butler's, Nrj. 4;- Cireab-side, cbriWr of Pjtternoster-ro w   and Retail by most CojiiKry � aud ret.til try tnoSt Medicine Venders, in Boitles'at 26; HiuH 6s.;6d.each. . _ . ,   . ^ � -/       '      ..-v..... ON  hich lungs are sub.i^"'. ^9 aihet tltedicme bhif evefyej had tliepowrr lif efleciingsucH nnamazingitftprore* rarhi oi.lheoigaiiJorthehuM.in Voice a� tb'iselqgani tozerge. A.4riul only is req.iUii* to ronvlnte the amgtrurs itf ltociing> img of its power; lis ii-'c produces flexibility of thne, distii.i; arss rif expre^Jion, rapiiliiy of exerntib'n, .ind all the.surpjT�^ tt� effects dcvi'Uped.by the most consummate prrjfeasorj j)f �     *     The Proprietor is w.nirranted fp lyentirfn he r'.",Tv�iur^eet : and i .*n by Gdldtl�g,"CbtBfc3l ( Bflfon__ ci^.iirimd Mumifty, 0'ff<'r�U a�tf-*y iJlityIhcloieil. .  .  i.;4-^' rs of ge-   

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