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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 7, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TtiESDAY^ FEmifARY 7, 1809. Price 6�. k� 5 likewise Ufenes. iiV, nSL^&c^ltl out for Uie ..igW at. the StJPEllFiNE BROARCLOTII-TobeSOI^D by I'llIVATR .CONTRACT, n quantify of very �u-pvriur Su|ier6tie tSltiej Ulnck, aDd iiruriet Clutbs, lytHg at Alctm-. llulon�aiid Hall, Cr^byrtgUKre. Hi-.ho|>s;a�e-Mrret. JP'lStMKjjG.r-A Situation for a Youth of re. _.   Hiectftbilityto learn the above Ba  -   . IIf------ ,        ^ hadiby addrewng a'line, uost paid, to W.X. at Hie.Po�t- li'ittn iniist HStJe'ctiuHy il�'orins the JNo- ; offi^jtorwich. A premium will he requireda� he-will be "AUl-�"�  ,. . .j;,.;,ii^ i,- furnishes the  treated as on^ of  Bw'AUTHOISlTY.-ThU day is published pripe IS,, hrls. rplIE Wht.Ie of t}ie Proceedings ofthe BOARD ; JL of IXQtjntY upoa the subject of the late Cam-, paign inPortugal. ' j   'Hrinted for T. Egertmi. Wir>tarvl.ihraTv. AVbitrMlU i ~ SATIRKonthe EUlNBURCiH RliVItWEUS.. ; Primed fur SlockdalCi juQ. No. JU Pall-ftlall, price 33.fid. ; rpUE SCOTIAD; �r, WISK MKiV �f the JL NORTH ! A Serio-ciMuic .iml Satiric Poem. AIsu, 2d Edition, itricc 3^. 6d. (he COiMli*, a muck Xcw.-p.nier, 1'by the Aothor of " All the Talents."-This is one of the S niu!it entertaining, laughable, and clearly iutclligible Satires I that has ever appearcii. ___ 1t/fONEy.-AGentiemati has thirty'fJioit^antJ IvJL Pounds toltiy iwtif) tiie.l'urchate of Afloiiiiieii./rdm laOfc to lU,00d{. on. real    irppfwveri per�$nal Sfcurity, re- o This day is publishcdi price Ss.6d. B.�?ERyATIONS on thePROCKKDINGS a�d REPORT of the SPECIAL MEDICAI. BOARD, ' 'apiuiliiled bv bis Uoval iJigliue�s tlic   Comn)aiidt.-r in \ CHI EI-", Mud'thc Right'Hon. the Secretiiry at War. td cxa.-uiiue t lie Mate of llie AruiyiJ^pot Hotpttil iutiml>lc i>;" >Vi|[ht.   lirtt.vspi:riu:d witk,4iU!taiice�aiid (N-mifs of g^lR^ mn-"'�jitinnB c'onlHined in various piibiiratMiD? liy  IJr. S. Sur^cuii wi&fct'disciTih^ �'f aiv:a*s�iji.-,iarutarv dut\, and a Y�ur' b�iVia!atf'Verylimi�l)leSi>rvatif.   , is iu'a' complete ue�:oonsfructed>CQ � y erected i|thctintti(kiirK,4tndrr4ri*r nicni, or re-tM4iWfib^..^^a&ce, U'^Sui^^^^ ' ieHJ^?4;rf/Afci;tfij}^r^4ct:-'!r.{T .. .       -   ' ,.^l�*s-3totJ�MStoite than.the above HKfiW l#Krr ^ial8%jfly'Rir 8(iipTc�.>men'i; that thiry �ia WiidiMK�tfh*�h'nfiiI-l^ii^ ^fcf't ld:t'or tlie-coa), li,�*-fiion.arnu!�(l; airf (he �iid irnuipiny '�ieriidfttiilttX;�*i 'no.  librafj,   dreains-ro SIX LETTERS'on the suhjfct of Dr. MIL. N LR's EXPLANAI'ION, icl/.lii.g t.i t!ie propo.-a!. made in the last se.'sinn of-IVirliament for admitting (he Kitig-'s Veta in the election of Roman-(Jathnlic j^ishops. Addressed to the Editor of (he Morniui; l'rlir objeh Is "the poldit . "J'P* �o "-ecRe the jlSblrc .upport: they arc de-' *Sa*�tOberteiitar,-port^ and cirtrdl? that all dc-iiiS^?^"v'S''�**?K"f��'ra"i'''�""''/cd nwiy be pre'-' SS?-hegleSiVef-iiMJa-fwuttiftiUvto intbirti the" Sa' 1?* e-lil�eijiftl a rcgiiltir convcyance'To g�?S� 'I*irfunv�.rfitrt;^^ CVrttccster, Wiijr. S& ^"�.Mrlr, iJvprti^^alf-Lccd*, H;ili>ax,. SaddU-^ ?WtlliMMtr�fiiJd,'^�at^rieTd/ Shetfteld, Birmin^h:un� titsUt7/Lii6hiw; and'idl piiit-;  f tiie .V. riii of Schtlnha ; W HewR)rd.-hire. MoninoUth'sh)re-, ANNUn ? lis liEDEEMAliLE.-r-MONEY at S per Cent. Mjll be advanced for Auniiitics secured oDrcal I'rupcrty, ^here the Grantor has a peruiaiient iiite-, rest, attd pruportiouably oindcnite where tlfe^ Parties'have o�l^- a l-iCe Interest,  'i'hose Khu have hercthfure- granted Anniriiii�/>n exorbitant Tcrinii, may be ininediuicly aecoin-' ..iiiotlateiluith any sum t'roiu It^Jf. to l(X),000{�to rcdecu ihc � sauie; ulid the Notiiliiy, Clerjjv, and other*, deSinius of raising Aloney HipouRh aii'cspcctabic channel, imiy he mp plii'd on ali.tUe usual nintfcs of ^e^urity without evpojure iubs, Wor-cestei; "apd,in exj-ry^toWH.-tMiort/iQIowance to dealer*.; rriliE wal JAP.iNULAplvlNGj .J�tt�le hy A J>AY and MART.IN.-^ThisiDvaliiaMe Cnnpoiition, with halfthe iitual Ihbdur, produces the inusV h't,tinen, is {wrfectly free from any � .; or Ncely and Co. Palernnsier Row; or by giving a written order to any Doukse'ller in town or conntrv. . This day i5 p�bli;heJ, price 7s, bo;ird.<. rVMlE INTRODUCTION to an EXAMINA- ..JL of the INTER.NAl. EV'IDKN<;E, respeetiiiK the ANTKJUITY and AUTHENTICITY of CERTALV -PUBLICATIONS, said to have been found in Manuscripi:" ai;Kri.-lol; wrilteii by a Li^Jirned Priest and othei^ |n the l-ifiebisth Century. By JOHN SnER\VtN,M. 1). Member of the College of PhySitian:�; nisb of the CoUeice of Sur-'gebn'i,;and Co'rxespondiiig Atc.iuber of ilie Alcdical Society,  Lundnh. , *' Aliorum SPHALJMTA-vidiAins ct corretimiis: alius nostra viilebi I ft.emtMid<�ibitr (juwl aiquoaiiinio pa^surisumiis, : .niodo id cum inudi';:tia tint alt'jua amore icrtiatis n n oljtiec-taiidi SJudio." "The final deri^un of the questii>'n must dcpeiid on the in-teh^alJ^v^deJlCe'.'   ,. ... :'1'vuwiijtt. Bath, printed by Mcyler and Sue, fur Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Ormc. Ldhdon.' The Prolits of this Work w ili {he given to the Literary Fund, (Mfrrard-rtrcei, So(uj,I.oiidiMi. "... This day is published, i;i one vol.Svo.'boards, priced.-. ME-ViOlSlS 4>f the Ll^Mvund Will i'lNGS of . the late ,R?yvVy.ILLlViM W(K)(), I'. L.S. ,und iitinsc Chiip !, lit .Mill VICTUALLING OFFICE. Feb. 6. 18C3.', THE CammissimtKrs for VitJuaiii/ig tits Mom jetty's ffavy do fitreby give Natice, that on Frii:a , the 171& initant, tkeg\ wiW be%rtaitif ^'o rr.aiv� Tek-ikrs, in wHting (s,nffdti�)andlr o Samples (if l>e produced icith the Tenders) miy Ae wauiid'fer tit* >traice of t.'ds Dejiarlmet fvr the ensuing Tteetee MXxnUth; - to be dfllvr.ied inloiiis Majesly's yidualliHS Stores at Dept-ford ; mid tu be paid for by Bills yayable, mtk interest, nineJj diiiii vfler date,      ' . The Viini'Miuns of the Contract, may he seen at ,the Secrc-/�rv"s 0//tce. /V'; rcfuird tall he had to any Tender tn tt?tfrh the Price sht. II not lie. inserleJi' tcarils at length, or Ihitliha'.l not bedetivend \ to the Hoard before. (Ine o'ciick art the said Friday, [ the lllh install!, u'nr uttlss thr. jrrsun tcho makes the Ten-: der. or some jicrson on his bUutf, uttctids, loaniutf tthem I calUdfvr. " -TR7\TfSPt5.ttT-XJFFlCE',".tan. 21, 181)8. JL. Ijfs TinH ,g, to receioe stutcif '/iiultr^, and Ire/il Kith such l'eri-',if nsmau be mllinsto eoiilrwt for VIC lUALLING PRISON EKS of WAR inll ;;ALTHntNorinan-Croj�andUartm�or,nndPRl. SONERS of WAR in SICKN ESS,al Forton Prison, Poiis-! mouth, for Si.r Moitlhs certdin, from the \sl April ucxt. I     No Tcndtr uill be received ajur One o'ClocI; on the day j of Treaty, nor any nnliced, unless Ihc parly, or an ogettb for i hitn, �per.-i'innlly ullrnd.   Each Tender tiiml be accovipanitd �� by a Letter from ItcO rtsjiecla!ile I'cr.ions engaging la berume I htiuiul vriih the /'<;(�.< u'l Tendering, in Ihe Sum vf 'ilXyjl. for j tUc due [jerforiHance of the Contract. i J'ltrlher i'arliculurs way be hnovrn by applying at this Ojliie, or to Ctiplain Prc55land, Norman I rofS, Cajjtnin Cotgrave, Uartmuor; and Captain WoodriOc, Porisnioiijh Oia-iCE OF ORDNANCE, Feb. 1, 1S09. '^HE Priiidpui Ojjicers of tiis Alajestj/'s OrJi nance do hereby give police, Ihal P'roposttU tzill be re-ceived at their (t!''-ce, in Pall-Mnll, on or before Friday, Ihe \~ilh day of February ne.r<, /ryni �iirA Persons us may br. Killing to nndcrlake the snppl. of COIGV MS and Oli.S  for the "crrirr. of this Department Jor a period of ihrue years, iainplcs I'f the Articles mag be vieured upon /ipplzralion at � Principal Slorekeepcr''s Office, iu the "J'ower, u-htre S l! 0'als lor Colour;", ticfor Oil," (a-'^Uie cnxe may be) ; but no Proposal can be admilled aflir thr said i'ltb day of February, at Tiettve c'Clork at i\oon if the same itay, neither Krtt any Tender be noticed unless tite Party mukiag it, or an jigeut on his behalf, shut! attend. By Order of the Hoard, R. H. CREW, Secretary. ijiii, i.k.iiirii'*'''?'!*"*'"^^     si�>Jih�^^S Ih-laiKl.. AU'o jwftbk flritibl; ,Bath; and thc->V�-it of Eugland, foi-�3�taoi, Cfi4^weJl..Brcc^ Hay, CuilUi,' i-i     .'�*SEoa"�e"b jint iis under:- ' i-iJ^.'^'Tf ^^'''^'ty wom'ljg, ahd cans ih euniiig-om W|�i�{t^t-the polpli%,0�for,d-sireit; " ' - '       f.�6�tttnrd;.X\Vdiresdjk^'Nl�'riiiiig. i'Wwehou^^:^^*^ i :, i^TtiUw*�fr>ir:, Mooda�- W'iriiing.- *     "�id�'k,M�mday,Nooii: ;    ,   ] J .J-        � �� '�   \.*��>i"W'.-'.;.Tup>>fiiv'M�>ftitij^. �>W)(nat Carmarthen Tuesday Noon, fr.sm whente ai!l moaryorai-n riiiiesti�^"nit>riiing. |lef(Al(d,i,Thvr.-d.vy'|i;i�!yiiig. Hay.r-.,,., Thar-dityJ^ignl.  , ; SK'tlfe.l' .Vsandiy KVenlW^.' '^"i .Ptibliei.that'ibc.7t�Jtri5and Sharc;< f;�rf l-.ft�r., -6 of 5ir.)/. ^ N LIJ; Ordcrifty Ueiter or tlarrier cKecuted'exactly on the �linuHTerBuia�ffpi)C4ciit.      _. 'Q^^^EThonsana Fife Hundred liCKET.S tvjil Minister of ihtyPrjitcstant Di5M.-iitii ,    , .   ,            ,      . ill Lccdsi   TV whicll are subjoined an Ad'dresi delivei'ed at his inierineiil,' on 'I'nesfiay, April 5tii.. And n Si-rmuii on occoiioi) uf his Death, peached oi; .Sunday! April loth, JS.-S. '   "By CHARLES WF.M.IJEi.OVi;!). Londoh': prtntedfor J. Johti-Hii. St. P;iur.� CInirch-yard ; Longiitau, llurst. Bees, and Orme,; J'alcrn'os'.ur-row ; Uil-, son and |>i>u, aud To.dJ, York ; Rohinson and Co. and ilca-tuu, Lireds.___ A   CAPITAL  .SOURCE  OF   EVE.MNO   AMCSE-. -MKNTS.-WOODWARD'S CARICATURE MAGAZINE; '  This day, was published, io super-piyal folio, cnntainini: three capital Cliaracieri>ii.' (�uiicaintv-Prijii-i, from ori^-gin'al liniwings, to be continued icgularly every fortuiglii, '  prii:�-3s. No. 1. of ri^UE.CARIC-VTURK MAGAZINE; �r, JIV-JL   DIHR ut m.irit cf iio^nrili. bid mu lu equal, ir uut surpass, any work of the kind hitherto publisHed. , � Published regularly-every fortnight, by Thomas Tegg. No. Ill, Chcap  ill the Krngdmn. " Ti� MERCH \NTS, COACH.VIAKERS, and others. ALU.'\I5LK TI.MBER, upon the Premises of Mr. Josiif.i Ti:wsox, at Caston, nerar Market Ifrep-in?, in llie Coonlv of Lincoln, TO BE DISP03ED OF B V PR I \ ATE CON TRACT, tJllOJ Feci ofAsb Timber, lUUi) Feel of Elm ditto. 2l)U Feci of drv Ash (split in halves.) SiH) Feet of Ash IM.inIi, fnim -i t.i 1 inches, lOi}.) Feet of i:im Pii^nU, from 2 t" b* inches. 7l) Capstan' liar.-, from 11 to Iti feet long. 5 Walnut Trees, from ll to 20 feel loiigj and frOm 18 tt> 21 inclir-"? girl. 5 Mard-n Willows. 2 VcwTrees. . , A large qu^ii.tity of dry Fellies, f.-'ra 3 to 9 inches, 'i'lie size of Ihe Ash 'I imhi-r i> in general fnim about S inches to 2 feel girt, aiid froin ii |.> 2o feet lonj,- but (Us. greater pirt Irom 11 to IS iiiches girt.   The Kliiis art! from . nbnut IJ Io 2S inches>;irt.   Both tile Ash and Elin are principally bo lom cuttings, and seasoned in IL'e round,- wTfe faileii ill liie years IbJ-j andJfe'U/, iiiid the Trees froiij M to Jt) iiiche.-girt, have been planted uilhin iiu-mory. A I'urtiia-er �ill not be required lo lake Ihecojirse womt, � and a^ Air. Teusaii is obnni rtecliiiing the bu^ineis, ttie above iiill sold at reduced pr!ce>, on approve^ secu/it:;'S, or a (IL-coiiiit "ill b-' ailnived fur j-e.idy m.ncy. Tiie'riiiitierinky be M-en oa liic I'rtniises. anct'Letl;TS, pnst-paijl, iirtdressed to .Mr..Tewiun, Uo^toii, near .Market Ueepnig, .will be air ltnd;'d to. .... iiuston is within one riiile of the River Glen, r-.nd witbia three of the River Welland, both navi^.nble Rivej-.-, by which � theTiinbrr initv be cijnve>ed to the Port of Boston. ^MtbfieMJ Lmhdbn, Siuurd.itf Hlohr. '�P�if;-ibhjc:dt(iv t |H>�l4hc Clothing Cotinlry,, -eljouse, Hcreforjl,     ' W�i*H!ot�ttrom4|* BnMpra'ltor i>Ni�n,tj:pdpJb.r|i�Wa ii____2.000 41 .....^ .0U..4... 2.Sdil ,-,io^..\.;.2,fido i^Sid..;;.......;^.  lb:... i>�J.O(Jll Tickets.  Drawing; Wednesday, April 13 Friday:.... April21 Thunday.   April $7 Saturday-.-,. April 89 '5 Tho; Coirirartnn.ha>e rerraission of tlir-l#rd* of. the .iTreasury to malieji fcllEE GlI'Tof 1.500 WholeTicM^s, in Aiaition Id the Prir-eJ ili thd Scheme t FIRST DAY, � A Efef^iaof. 1,000 Whole r�ckrti>ti ..I^rinr first-drawn frise above 15L, the IJambeh of wjiicb 'ai-c�� .follow:-    -   "    -      ' ' .i�200;W)0 to 7,103 to. e.tio� 10.501: 11,091 l?^Ol id 10 10i(!00 11,11k) 12,(500 Wtof5Qd Whole Tickets  , laL, tkc Nitinbers-ef yrhU:^ ItbSSt THE .STUDY OF TiHF. LAW, i This Day is published, price :Js. 6d.. ho:ind, with a full AV-It>waiicc lo Schools, AN EASY GICAMMAR.if the LAWS and - CONSTITUTION of ENGLAND, accompanied bv tj'.iestions ttnd Cases (be Solutimi, and by a Glossary of Term.. ^ *ty the Rev. J. GOLDSMITH. . Thi�.WorfecontatnsJu5t\'w much of the l�rirdples anU Fractkfcof the laws and C/institution of England as ought Id be.kaa�vn to every Mejnber of Society j and without a Knowledge of which, 'ho'Penon c.nn be considered as qualified ta'�usta!n wiUi Credit and Advantage the Passive or Active IluliM of Life. ,It is compiled oa a Plan calculated fortheUseof Scboiol^, .ind it may be taiight to all Boys ahn^Twelvfe Years of Age, as a'Brancb of their ordinary Kducatian, witb.ont.any previous Study on the- Part of the aia--ter. ; Being A correct Synopsis of Llackstoiie,. Wood, bnd Jaicob. It.is3n^adapted t  liiiliate you'iigGentlemen de-Higneit forttie OB^uid ArlitOed Clerks in Ihe F'tmaomental I'rinclyici ofc Ki^^ Law., ,   > � . Pxiuted for Ittcnard PliilUps, 6, Bridge-street, London; and to be had of all Bookselfcr?. Of whon may be bad, the Cullowingtaperior ElefaienLiry Books adapted to tbe.i^raclical Use of Schools :, . . Goldsmith s Grammar of Geography - B'aiT^* 6rbmniar'4jf Ckf miiiti^ 'RohiafiOiOiGraniauir:of -ry - ijlbiir's Grammar, of Philosophy Mavof** fcleiiieiitS of Short Hand   17,001    to    n,\w TICK�19 MB ;iUARES atv sellinf at ewy U LoUttyQSet, Croeker's Fitments of - Land Sntveyibg Joyce's Pra^thnl J^ritbmeti^ :      . :. Wa�or'�.."KMo^�f-Natural Hiftoty Rubibsbn'l UetdeiilsorMaaeni.Historv ._-4-^::i-iftanen^<^I�atirBL'iiistocy  . AUnr's Circle of the ScieBC^ .]b�iiiii;!r EleaieiiU of English Composition �Gutrnf* Litetatnrg, 2 roll. ,_J^ll�fiKtMM�a�x|ieniDcntid FhU ECTORATING PILLS7 for dangerous Coughs, Colds, Asimalic and CoosumiH. tive Complaints, DiiBcully.of .Bteitthings &c. also his EXPECTORATING BALSAM for the most violent Hooping or Chin Coughs, lioarsein.'sses. Sore Throats, &e.-The above Compo.-'ilioris. being; prepared nearly from the sotlld, Med'u-ines, are particularly recwinmeuded and stand unrivalled as the most eihcacions Remedies for iberat� of peri* odical Coughs iind Colds,al>p for Astmatic aiid Cobsumptiifc^. Complaints; either in the eariy-or advaBced.stages- and for the Hooping CoHgb, which provcs'so dtslrei�ir^, 'aodo:teo. time* faial to Children ,under the age of three ypars 5 also for Hoarsenesses, Sore Th?oats,-&c. &e. -    , ' The follow^-iase is inserted for the Inspection of i1m� Public and ij^tfitibn.lo which several hundreds of the nMtt respectable references canbe-given.   " ""f-. To Mr. PURLAND. - �  ' .  ^SiR-It is with pleasdre I liaveit in my power fo:a*diinf testimony of tlie' efficacy of vour EirpectoratiiJCi'HI^fW-tbe winter of the year 18(33, Airs. Hunt and m'y�elC��tTe'ii aaHi^iqyat*j�.-chan5e.jPar.kir,.-.If,;jraTistwckrstTcet, Covent-gardAj Chrisp,"cOrneFor'spring Garffens}^ U6'ore"and Gale, Sali*.*^ bury-square, JFleet-strect; Hepburn, 103, Oxford-street,' London; and by all other VeiMien of Medicum ia Iswn and Coutrtrj-. < �i   

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