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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                A^v 4,295. MONDAY^ FEBRUAi^^, 1809. 1^^ Price 60^; GIBKALTAR anrf DUBLIN. Siibjecrs nev cxhibifing ia the VfiiiO. RAMA. Lei'-cster-square, �r� i must Corrert,Fln}re- ^ ili�ap'��-.V Cuaat; and n liiglily finished VIKV/ Qfti (r�m leu till dBsk.~-Adaiit(iiuce to each Paiuiing will be immedi.-ill-l}' attended to. ^�10 be LET, unrurnishec), for a Term, a large' JL   UOUSK, ill CInirles-sdvi't, licrkeley-^qoatc, upon Vthicha larM Sui!i of Money h:is ju"! been Inid   , �".will be oividfd ti> suit the coni>eiiicr.ce of difterent Graiiiors.- Addrrtsorapjily fnini Kleven till Four, to Mr. Uertun, 10, L.'icegter-piacc, Leicestcr-siiaare. ; THE New GEOGUAPHY, accompanied by a J^ir of  - Globes.   �       T gra pence. iwi>.st. .       . , It is Hndvubtedly uiideretood'generally, thai this new Geography will include every point of completeness and (>er� frction, as well in reg.trd ttrtext, as to graphical accompaniments. It will in every respect be the oeit, and tnnst supc-riorSystem ofGeography ever publiiJied in tlris Co�tltry. Per��ns disposed ii> take in the parts without the cn�;age-inent for thejGl.ibfS, may have tlie;ndone up in blue paper, at live shillings each. No. 20, PaternostcrlTow. NAVY-OFFICE, Jdn.27, 18(S.' 'ANTED cither to Rent i>r Fliiciuse, at a .    TO SUHOOLMASTtRS AND GOVERNtssES. Navy do htrcbii give Xotice, t/tat-lAcre li^Moneii in the fstntis  ofthel'reasvre^r of His, Mnjeity's Navy, to pay J'enJons oii i t/te ordinary EslimaU �f the iStScjj dus to OJIicerS nr.d iVidows 1 at Christinas Ust, in order (hat iucA Persons it/ia-ar'edisiroui � of Aaving the amount tcriiiUtdmuy fipfity to thcssUTTieasu-- ^ rtr forl/:epttrp'>se:    � '� '  ' N.B, Till? does out relate to theWldows Peiuion's payaBliiJ -by Mr. liutton. '   - VICTDALLING-OFFICE, Jail. 24,:18(�.. _______:_____ ji- irz-i.-^tj-. �   fi- fSidfi-tiiathtrobei Tyi 1 Iin) domestic comfort of thrir.-Pup'fls, :iBoderate)are so regulatedas. to jrenHer the Society Staler I. The Establiflinieiit is honoured ^ith the Palrofsage lif several ladies of Dislinclicq, tn xrltii'm rrft-reiice may be' itiadc. Cards of Address mayblj'll^d of Mr, Llovd, Bookseller, Darley-strert; Mr. CatB�nten, ditto, Old Bmnf-strcet; Mrs. Ljnott, ditin. Grenvittc-staeet," Brunswick-s(ii)are; Messrs. A CADEMV-To-be bitPdSED or on account of the death of the l6|te Waster,. a DUKfXINiJ- ^nvlWM Sixty Guineas pirannum. . ' ^TIiei�Ji�atjpi�ent'liyo,,VaCttiicies, vei and irfu'cates TliN t,^;tttt^D.lgl�.__ feTHGTMINlATURRPMNTlNG, NEEDLK- __________^rawing fccwhiehsbe^as beeuenroarasfd t v6rks. irtTHE FroprJefors of New Shares,,are hereby I rMuiredtoiiay tljlhcTrcas'aVer.JosiasHoiiry Strncev., tj. No, 6,_ BenKtS;Sli^e;^J>aford^r^^^^^^^     ".'n^^l^*',.!!? .........._____.________ - k�r of the lloUs, in Lettori (post pais), to Air. JoKn?'oii, at tlie Saliilationj Burtnn-streei, ^VeAtmiiistfr, whidi will be at-tfuJed t" if approved of; but noneexccpf ihe real M.tnufac-lurers will.b^ treated \yith, nnr will any petjional application be answered or unpaid l.ittt-rs reci'iVeil. J Ol'TlCE hriving cl:u:ns on" the to CKKDITORS.-All Persons Est.\te of JAAMiS WOOD-HOUSE, l.-i'te.of the City  i llercfurd, dece:isrd, are re-quested to deliver the particulars tbereof to Mr. Joseph WooillNHtse, o^llie same place, bolit-il(y:; ortoMev. tn> general adsjttion in St;hew�ia, T�relve'tiQliea$ worth or Prizes are disitlbuted every montii to JuTenile Canilidates in Composition, Translation, Pbilosoabv. and Mathematics. ' . Juvenile Library, New Bond-street, Jan. 31, 1809. FA LSTA FF.-This Hay is published, N^ENGRAVING, in the Line Manner, by Baoilf.EV, fnima Drawing by the Rev. J. Ukres-ford, in which is .TSli-mpted a rrpresentation of tliecharaiw ter of FALSTAFF.-Proofs, 2/. a.; Common Impressions, 1^ Is. .iWitajioir March next, aforlher Instalment of 10/. percent. ; scripiion, ^ill tinJ him ttthfiVnapcclivcShares.^       .   �                . to Tl.F. at.Mr. (Iresin*! *"      "  Byi'tdeYof th ion3 have been taken on India Paper, price each 31. 3s. Published by William Miller, Albeiarlc-stroet. GEOORAPIIY.-VOL. 11. In the Press, and speedily will be published, Iiy Vemof, Hood, nnd Co. Lonrton. COMPLETB SYSTEM of ANCIEN'T and MODERN nilOGRAPHY.-^AMES PLAY-FAlll, D.D. Principal of ti'e United College, St. An-drc\r3. ^ ,     . Vol. 1 r.-Containing a Geogrnphiralnn:! Topographical riescriplioH of the t'nitcd Provinces, Gr.'.it Hril.iiii aud Irc-land; iM^str.-itrd by the following Sheet Maps, clrsaiitly en-j graveil, viz. .'rha VV�rl(l accoffli'^ to the Ai-cients, (iullia aiiy decent Kmployment that would suit him an:l would nut �; 'Antiqua. iHsp'.nnia, Brttannia.-England) Scotland, Ireland- Toquife his aiten.l.ince before. Three o'clock in Hie Afl.-r- i the Unit'd iTitviiiccs. .^u,n.-:-Aiiy i'lTSon wanting an Assisl.aiit of the above de- j    Voir IIL-Conlaining the History of a Geography, and a very well iiualitied.-A I.iiit" directed i topogra|>hical account of l-'iance, Spain, auri P�riii,ral{ 's, Baker. Charles-street, Wcsimisister,  cuulainingseveh shert Maps engr.ived by eminent Artijt>, jn irr:7�"n�- (ualal up), andtreat for FlFTtT TONS QE I CHESniRE, DERBYSHIRl'i WAaWICR9HlRE,��^ 1 GL0i;CES1*HUSinRE CHEliSB* or CheeJe/otPau*^ ' - fi^nbie, mth'tatereil, ninety dtii^ after dale. ......      ' Hie Condilioni of ihn Contract may Se sttn at the Secre' tarifs OJfne. No regard tsill le had to any Tetfder in vMchthe pHee shitlt Mot le inserted in Kurds at iengt/i, or that shall not is dtlieer-t4 to . the Board, iefore One o'Cocfc on tlii said Tu�S-day the llh Feb. next, nor unless the Person vho mahet the Tinder, or seme Person on hit behalf., eltenils, to An> tn'.r tehe.n cnlled for __ VICTUALLING-OFFICF;, Jan. 28, i8uSi '^l^HE Cojitmissionersfor f^tctuaiiivg His M(ij.esi ' A   ty's Sary do hereby give Notice, thai on Tuesday, # iAe-14f/: �/February nexf, then kHI ��e ready to rcreiv, 'i'en-ders iu li:riling, (sejlA-i u/i) and treat for FOVK. iVNi. � 1/RF.!) CIlAl.I)t{.O.VS (each confuting of 36 Jlnshel?; Win-cherti-r measure) ot PITTS TANFlliLD MOOR COALS; iir Coals of >-qiial goodiie-s ; to be delivered in a tchatt carg� or carguesi one half thereof as soon as possible, and t:ie oilier 1E lANS-Three l.ndies fSiffrs) of libcr-il. education J iudresoectable conneikiotis, having a spacious house m an K airt Wt'i nf the Metrdpoli?; propose, receiving I i:n ou " *^ - " ------l.UUCVTE-- three hiucnt ash attended to. fair valuation. The LeaFCtof the premises may be purrhatrd, �r the prcmi.'cs held, upbii aii iind'er Lease, limpiirc, lii, jrooj...(rfrt. Cheap^ije.      _�_ 1 !l NASSIMANT waiittiilto a *hok'sale Book. lil.selleK^^eady. aHlVc Man, wH'i^ias been actus-/(uurfffollieraoilpraTradeJ prices; Accounts, &c. ."vc. will ^treated with on liberal tci^ias.TT-Letters directed to J.I). CImpler CoiTee-hoiiSe, Paferrioster-row, coritaiiiiiig name, nd particulars, will be Irartedrat'el'y nttisnded to. .Niw need^ apply whase-'fTliaiacter will not bear the rtrictrst cBijuify forin^p^^aatt^lteiaion to hu'iurss. BEGULAliUF.WSPiiPER OI'ElCE. Ku. 23, Birehia^iauq, Corubill,.London. _       OAILVPaPCBS;    � " THIlEB DAY WKEK. Courier, Morhin{fC4ii*nicle, Commercial Gbriinicle, ntCIobe,    The Times. General ICvciiing Po>f, peSun,     -British Hressj ^   -. ' London Evei.iiig Po^f. Witcaiiiii,    MorhiiJg JIer.iM,  '   l-;nglish Chrnjiiclc, Trawlltx,   . Mominfr'AdveVtuer; Stl James's Chnmicle. m*, '       Onitlt^a  .; :,.      London Packet, . 'W'. Leir^,     ', ��'   '   Ldndon Chronicle, ilotaiCf;Post,TbeD>y; EvciiingMnii.  .^AUotber Weekly NfWipapers aud Pi^licatlo.us. \U MARtl{y,� ^Aeral Newspaper ARt-nti XfJ  for Town.tad Country, mo^t respcctTniry'infbrhis |iJ^FmDd58ndthePaiit"^afrargc, thalhe Has re^hoved his mttti above, when^Tie* cwitintfts to.for.wahl all. sorts of '"'i*'"' t'�cigteat.tttr<�(^;^y,.tq any part yf the Kingdom.nostJiMftie. ; k  nl" wiwe Geim tfipat hion, with glasses of the Irtrgest diniejisions ; contains hniisi-ki-ep-er'sndoin> buiKrVpaqiry, detachtil kitchen, and numcnms copveidence.', t-aViiig-room, library, drcssing-roixn, a.nd water-closet on ihe groiiml-llsor; t�vo drawltig-ri)oni>, ciini-munic.aUng. by folding doors, six bed-roonii: and dro�iag-room ; c.'aclf-houje, 1-stall-stable, coachmau"s-r�i>m, and har"o-$-ro(Hn.  Tickets to view may be obtained of Mr. Philips, .New Bi>tid-5treet; Mr. Cliriitie, Pall-Mail; Mr. Gilli>w,aiid Mr. O.tenham, (--xford-strcet. AROtTMilWCASTLK COALS of the Kirst -4 Qiiali'v, .-.liil on tlic lowest Terms pos^ilili-^, are solil Hy the Loiiu".: S'.- (.'oal .(.oaipaiiy, SMtiflianisiton sirert, Hol-born. A I-!ai liirt .^dnpicd in the \ear J7!'0, and which has gained theappriibation of the first PaiiillieB in tiiis Kingdom, aiitl 'fir thf cncrcasi.ig eiicouragi-ln.'.:l, tli- most gial^-l'ul Thanki are i.-lurned hv HARRISON and Ci). N. IJ. N.ilwithsiamr'ng the cnonimn'; pric^ nf Horse Pro-vi^i.m, lh:rri::on and Co. only charge I5. per mile per Chal-dcrn ofr il.e Snu-es_____.  �__ N L'i Tlious.�i(l I'iv,. tluidreil i, K;K KT.S will ^ be given on the Kii-sl and Sec-!.d Oriv* uf Drawing t'le GRAND STATE LOl'Tl.R": , which begins lio'thc l^ith of Araii. SEiXT, besidea tl;eundi.'r-iaeiuionc;U-Prizes-': ,-. may be had as above.   Price 2/. is. T A DIES of FASHION, who are ai�mire-rs of _B I the Fine Arts, and di-sirous to ciiltiv.-ile a literary taste, nre respectfully informed that an Ojio-irtunity n^iw offers of commencing the new Year with a Work' of Imi:;-csiahlished reputation, which embniccs every siibji-ct of at--comjilishmcnt :uid iinusement of w hich a fc mile nii.-.d can he ambitinnr.-'.'VU these advantages are ro;n';'ri.'hrude,1 in ihe popularperiodical ,\lagazim-,, I.A BELIJ^. ASS;:M r.LI'.i;, tiic Forty-fi."st Nnmbfr of which was published on tiir lii>t of Fchrnary. I'-nch Niiniher is sold at the Imy price of i\\o shillini^s and ri \|irii[:o, and contains a i;.rc .Iit portiim ..f � ri-ginal and cha-'le Literainre than any U'ork nf ih!� Ktml. Ench Number contains likewise .-iiiiost In-aiilifitl, Po'.Ir.i't of .T. L-idy of rank, appropriate fvir the. orr.a'nciil "fa Lh'.In's CalMneli Smigii ntl-.i Dances ciimpo-^ed liy the mo^t en nent Masters; Ori, r nil kinds "f .Ncidic VS.;rk .-ind Embroidery; and Four whole-length Figir." ot the r..,.j,j,,|,j nf the Month, so minutely de.-erj: ed. en.i'ravin, a;!d coloured, th;.l Ladies caii with rase make liieir o-.in dr r.Si-srioni them. A iVew Dep.irtment is c-'iniiiehc. il in this Work, which will be extended tiip'ug'i every -nce.-ediiig Number of this I and Ine Hoods reniain-tl.t proptrly of Che Croivn, of its nii-C'l- ''�     Tlieolher Ci.ndUiiint may be seen, and itrintcd DAYS ov DR;VW.ING. Wednesday, April 12 Friday.....April ^ Thursday... April'i/ 2U.0OU Tickets. .i'_2lK),CO0 -- ,    . '-'-  Saturday... .Ajiril 29 The Contractors have Permnision of the Lvrd :nment feature l.niiy, t ri)gress-.\ Complete Laflies* Library of Hriti^h Poi-try. ~ TliANSPGRT-OFFIC E, Jan. 27," 18u9. rf^IIE Commitsionars fur contlucfiiig llts Ma-. 3l jesly's Trcmspart � Seroicc, for taking care of Hick and �iyimtded Seamen^ anii far the Cure and Custody of i'l isoners of fVur, do licri-liy give nidice, Ihut i/teyivitl lin ready at this Ort'cf, on Thursday, the 2Jrf o/' Keltniaiy, 180y,.t(> receive  ercd to the I'nord iefore One o'clock on the suift Tue�Jiiy,  -s i^e Person' teho otaKcs the Ttr.der, "r svim: Person oh his behalf ai-trndi ill answer mhcn clttlei.\i'or. ^ Vir.TUALLINU-Cl-Flt.;i-., JiLh.\il, ISo'J. THE Cqminissioners for I'ictuaUing His  >.'�-jcstfs Navy do hereby give SUice, tbut on TU'irsday, i       a /� February next, at Eleven u'Clm-k precisel,,, in the '   l''vriiiuun, Ihey mill'.-e ready co SrU.to l/.c .Ui^est bUider, at IJis :t2BJr~-iiys Viclualiing   I'rtv.iires at l).-plford, t.unJry LoU of l.'ir fi'lloifing Provisii'iis aim yictaal'' 4' Stoics^ viz. Kread, lire.al Utist, Floar, Hour .iyve t-n.'eat Sttcepirgs, jSakehous,; ^wcepi iS, i)oll, i. .-liav.iMcs, Slwck. h..li, i,.i^;s and t.'.ags, Kieo ll:ig-,  ew ijourd :ii)d Uonlilel i.iids, Ir-.n (loop.'i !4io'ven, bent, a.i.i in ingtnis, Woni-oii: it.i.p.rs Tiol-, a qiiai.iilv of i'ir.- \. ooit. Meet J Nail iia.;ri. lY-.i - ultcr, j'.iiltor ili-.'ivie. .*.lu=!i aud ocra;>i;ig". i\t\ne, dan^igrd :u,;;,r, '.Vhite Pope wom-nul, and i arrcd Kup"*: lyiljgai hia .iiaji'Sly's V ietunlling J'reuiisesat iJcptford, A Dep-isil of'�151. per Cent, is lo be made upon tho amnant of eu'h J.iit at the tinii: iif SoUi and if the rciiuiin.ier of Ihe money he nnl p.dd, uwl ti.e Parlicuhrs taken atvay tcil/Un liL-eiity isurking days aftcKards, the Drpo\il kUI be farfriUd^ . Cdlalbgues may he hail at ihe .'iecniarfs Ojjice. S,O0V tli 4,501 -to 5,00L,Xo. 6,501  �o 3,10:1 4,Pl>t^ 5,foo 6,CUj �7,flvil 8..?!ll .9,001 7.10,1 s,tioa 9,100 10,.-)01 11,1101 12.501 io,fino 11.ill.) 12,bo0 ,^�*ti�4�havebeea K,j  v=---------.4 0�;ll�d in .diiireht'parts oftbie Empire, 'Wl Sabivriptions ^vif IMiSil ebftKil inlo} the amount of wiCB naot yet asciirMne^nTfaesfxnqnrittee hnVe fi^o b^en PfWtd, thatothert�njge;iirte�i*!3� fri>ni .whi'cVconsidefa-WMdditibns to tlie bri^l'JSmdy he ei^i^ctf-a. :;3ee9jninilteeaife'aS�itifeKtfimiVrtss.'mr tolhti in^ Wsof the BritiglrBmpiJe,Tjtt&t?jMcft is still required to WMethe nninerdusleviesflfSpafn Wtnkelh'e fitld. . ifte very reverses whicB have takca place In that country S*�w additional &H a*ii�rinsed:w�li>>n8.;.' l^i n i"C to/dcaert agreat nalluti in the _^^f>tspfcatestneed.j, ' ' ' J^^Cbrrj and eSI^%a9';Wiive' �>eri Service. . No T f.d, " Proposals for Hair Urouni) Ixc. i" Iful no Proposal can be ai^niiltal after the said 15th diiy of I'cbrnury next, at T-xelre o'Clock at noon of-th-: same day : neither Kill any Tender be noticed un'esi the' l^rlii waking it. or an Aaent in kit behalf, shall n!!e.nd. By Order of the Hoard,      It. H t'RI-.'W. .Se,^. OFFICE OF ORDNAKCE, Feb.l, 1809. i r^'^UE Princi'iial U,yicers oj his lilnja/t/ s OnU i   JL   nance do hereby give No:ice, lliat Proposals kHI he' rt-ccitted ai their Opice, :n P.ill-f.i.-l"-l, on or before Friday, the i'lih day of i-ehtv.:nv next, from .lUrh Persons as man be viilling lo u'nderla.ke the siipplj 0/COLOURS .-uid OILS for the service of: his Department jcr a period of three yearn Saittpies of the Articles may be vieived upon npp'ivniton at e Principal StorekerpeTS Olfi'-e, in the Tower., where arc    foHi       13,QPl Cm? 1 hoD^nd Five Uiindred Slate Lottery 'Jicket* as a free '�<�lift in the present Lottfry, whifch begins draw'uig on .."ilBpNESDAY, 12th of April. nrilCKETS arid SHARES are nowr spiling in the ..Second State totterv. the S UJS. �       >,    Cii-.i;-/' Jan. 25, IS09i rWiflV. Cf/itrt of Directors of f/ze ilciiv.t^ . JL cnlNor: .-Vssbr.iacii q'G.nerii] <:ourt of the do 0//("rej      th:  lio .t, .r-I'ko 9 (lovern this dfiy hereby gi,- ^a:ic,.^,i,,,.. the ttiid Companif in II be hultlen ai tj-eif ' 'd-icnr.vge.  nn 1 lihr-.lav, V/k! ml.of ....... El^'en o'alexin the  'i\.reti,otii.ii'it 'Click in the .-ifternuoa, f,r th- E'oc lon ,, 0^..,, .' ' ' notf, inrAc rovni �/'Uilliam Bo-aunHrt(./r's-.,;^L,-. *^ \y Stib-Ooi-eruor; tvhirh Elecliult Kill be dtclj, ed ai\ucl ' ' 'Wiili'a^iPrlzuMjf AOro/^aud 1,000/. 'Besides a great propoiltiuii of 50UI.1U0/. &C. &r.; and 1 snodry o\]i,er C er I-ofteHCS, amounting to op- i-Qc Ohair willbe.feheaai Twelve o'CIoefc prteisjjjp.   

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