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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 9, 1809, London, Middlesex                                *. ----'- :-^Pd.Uirclv Hw 'j l.i--t Nis'iw of liie Ombres Cliinoi^es, THURSDAY, FEBMtT^RY 9, m9. ^�''''^''ina'lh�'VnowiB(fKnlcrfciinmeirt i;igfortlicB�ielitoftllrs. Artlcj-.*,-X. U. Equeijriaii 'oiiJAW'IXG, MUSIATUR^ PA1M.L\U, NEEyLlT MISS DEFFIN wten^iT to have the honour ��e�s,aHhe house of.Me�f Folk/* Co. No. 17. A.w Uond- m'H beFoBod not altogeWer^OTwoMhv^riojReT .TflUj Bcffi�vemurest�>fc.pe     tbe ifrfatgcWof ihe Pub-Scftrihose defect*wMchiUe.ls conscftViw will iHK'Toiimf in |(rperfBraajAs,epi-cully in i�ert>KiHi.� iileriiecnliarand irremcdiiible diffiruKy iir haviot Uie fiUfrfnniKlstifflcieutio(iefr.iy the whole of Jlr. WiU hnli)ite'< Ekction.Exoeoics', : A further Retnni of 6L per t'nil.'wHl, Iherefure, M made to th� Subscribers w ri(.iJiui:31,1809.    '       mUAMBS     MiE^IJWAY CANAL.:-iAt a A lilWlSGretsiSe eOMMlTTEE, holden'at ibe Ccurtr- Vid Yn1tu�l)rMni.C rnltai, Loiidnn, on Wrd^-. day,�betak,ofJamiy5s09, JOSEPH STONAftD, Esq. ^ in tht Ghair.  -  ; , ' - ^ WeClcrt fcaWnjt ii|i(sflca,"'f!iat -910 of the 1320 new or addiiiiipidSiar.jj'b^lKctiwibscrib.'d-for. Jt WasTtfBived, that those pcrs"ns, or their assisns, who kidrtffesalisrriWd fni-'ihrtrrali 'all 'snid new or^td^jtijunl Sli^. should, until fom-oVlock, in the.after-WMWSahiraayV the IRlh-of February next, at the price aiajpjijiiilielrftnsmpotiotit-d ioth^Rcsolntioiis'of the Coni-Ioltlj�^ at ffie:r Meeting holden ou the .S'Olh November la-t, MMouri tbtutecribcfor^neiiiore of such new or addi-tM;al Sliarwiii respect of e,achoriginal Share then hiildcub'y ,, J**W:P'"'>prffton who wish |o avail themselves of the Op-ti*9ftTod lu them. niHSt, b'l^fore four o'clock in the after-�i�W�e.inM ISlh of February aett.by theraselve*. or rEj^' liiaii.'tble mode, may he ev-pcditiouslv iu�trocted in the moil private .niamier, to t)uatify them for t)ie firktusveniblier, on application .it his residence, Coachniakcrs' Hall, Foster-lanCj Clicapside.-The Rooms iTiav he engaged.__      � ACAOKiVlV--To be di;Pose[> or on account of the death of the lale Master, a DWEI.LIN'G-HOUSEiindStnoOVyOL'SIi .Iclaci.ied, with one or two gardens Cif retjuired,) a very short distance from Town, and p.fu�intlv situated. A pivmiuin will be expected, and fixtures, and most of the houseiiold furniture may be taken at a fair valoaliim. The l.ea-e oftln: pri-inists may be pnrch:isrd, or the premises held ui.on .tti imJ-r Lciise. Enquire, 46, Wood-Street. Chi-aiiiide._'     _ fiuuily trom a continiia-events' is n'duoed to extreme iiidi-tHgeiice, feels it bir duty on the part of her Pweiits, and a yoiiii.ser branch of her famity, to Miticit the huintinity of a generous and berfovoL-t'i pishiic to asHt'l her in taising a small l>uin, whic'a would inevitably remove t'leir embarrassuici.ls. She hopes she need add nothing i"a: ther to those whoscjiearts are evi-ralive to allevia!>''the.�uaiMii'g'� of the unfortunate, .^n explanatioa of t'li' cu-* '.iil he given, and undeniable rc-fi-reoces by a line addres-ed .''or C. O. M. at Ao. 113, High-street, Mary-iebmine. NAVY OFFICE,Feb, 4, 1809. nOHE Principal Ojjicers and Commissioners of A   HisJdajtsty'sNaiii/da htreiy^it Notiet, that on Wednesday, /Ae 22rf inslnnt, at .One't^'C'ai-k, thty tcitt ir. mtaining a variety of .itvtructivc, useful, and interesting ! readt/totrrattcil/isuc/i Persons as man be �itltnglo\C<:httact ftter Press, together With a large Engraving ot the Ele-   Jorsttppls/inglJtiMnjestv'sVards at Ueptford, Wooiwich, lant, one-tenth of the utturnl size of the animal: and    Chnthain, Sheemess, Porismutith,  tmd Plymouth, tcith ------'------ LJ.VSEED OIL.  ^ Fuvni of Ike Tender mag be seen �t thh Office, and no �Tender iciU be rtceivtd aj'ler One o'clock on'tlie. dag of Tt-eattj, nor attg Hojiced, natess the, Partg, or an Agent for him, personulbf ttitend. E.cerj Tender mu$l bn accompa-nkd by a Letter addretsed io.llie Navg Board, eindiigtudbjf tKo respeiisibWperturn-'engo-^ng to became-bound teilh la'e perstm tendering in (lie iurii o/2000/./ar t/icdue fer}t.niiiaf6e of Vie Contraet. '_ � ' VICTUALLING OFFICE, Feb. 6. ISOB. r IiHE Commissieners for ytctualiiRg His Ma. JL juiy's Navy dti hereby give Notice, that on Friilai, the   Vtlh iiKluHl,   lliey} aiU tie^ready '^lo rective Ten- Tflt _________ Britain and Irel^d, are informed iJiat the Pifth'Num-herof the SCH(API ..� :--------- Letter '" ' pliant, uiic-icutu or uie i) 1J1>EN, Tailors, and and ielisiie MaKer�, (fnmi Mr. 1'. .�Allen's, in Bond-street.) beg leave most re.-p-iifi.liy 'o return their sincere Thank-to the Nobility and {.'nirv wlio have already ho-noiired thcni with their (.;omnia:ids," and, flallered by the s.i-ts..iCiion whicli they have siveti, fieysolicit the fnf'iin. S.n,. port of their present Krien.ls and tiie f'ul)!!*- at la JL IlEVl EW, or Register of valuable Mu-ic.il I.'nblira-liiMi?, antientanrl modi-rn. Each Number will coni:iin, e\-dujiye of the Letier-prfss, not less than six pa^es t Mtuic (asniuchusis genrrally sold for fouror|ive Sliilliii :>pular Songs, .\iri,' &c. besides such extnicts froih Publications as in:tv pn-? in Review, that it may be neeev-ary. to iiisi-rt. A I'ro-ikctuiof the Work, detailins; its plan at greater length than is possilili' iu an Adverti>emenl, mav he had, gratis, of tlie Publisher, or of the iirincii>al ford { and to be- paid for by ninety days after daie. . The V-jniUiians .if l/te Contract,piaybs seen at the Secrt-taru's Office. iVo regard tcill he had ta any Tender in lehicHthe Price shall . not 6c ittserledixajrds-at leugUi, or that shall nut iedetiycr.d to tJiK  Unnrd before One o'stuck on tht said  Fri'ddy; . the \ llh instant, nur uuUss the person tehu tiinkes tin Tender, or some person on his behalf, attends, to answer ashen, . caliul fur. ~ OFUCE Ot OliUNANcE, Jan. ^it, ioo�. j rjlHE Principal Ojfi(%rs of His Majestsy Ord. j JL. nance do hereju gift notice, that Proposals vilt be rt* ct.u-td ul lUeir Office, in Pall Mall,'on or before \Veinti- day, (he I5lh day of February next, from stcli fe, sous as Booksellers. AT"" GENTLEME.NsSERVA.M;, ami i>j INY Person who knows TliOMAS ^W'EKP. �^ SON, who la the year 179" was Servaht or Valet to Thomas Lowes, then of ilertford-street. Esh. niul r;in eive any Information where he is at i)re.�enl to be i be re wardrd for their trouble.   As the said I'l give ni.M Hith, will tOM, It ,s behevetl, wns a Foreigner, an.I mav have left thi= Kingdom, any Person who knew him and can prove bis Hand-wri iiig, and his being out of the Kingdom, or hU Urnth, will be also rewarded, bvaj.plving to .Mewrs. Heraud ttnd Co. Law Stationers, Beil-yard, Carev-streeL , though ing si.i- mouths only tril! bt coiindcrtd. be Disposed or, in the ricinily of I'orlman. iiv-'vj!''^^''*' Stone�,,tin�l Fotrte, in Londoa; and Oay "Otu.atRnrbester: iindatthe Banking-house of Messrs. wyWey awl Co. ami at iKe Office of Alessrs. W. and J. Solicitors, afaidsjlone. ��M-  By order oftbeComnuKW. i-.i. . ...W. SCUDAMORE, Clerk. ..    BOROUGH OF PLYMOUTH, frtun 1..       "        ' GultiHiA1.1., Feb. 4, 1809. ^|M^.rMA\qRof Plymuuth ha�ing rccei�d the iSi. .J ,'^'P'''"'^"f'"'�TM�J"''Ge�cral Hill, coromamh gjjeir^.ps.nttlrispori^lati'ly returned from Spaih, thinki iti *v Plymnuth, Feb.3,1609. LVi. --"�^*"Jt�scnliiJ3ents better tban by making .bhlic as possible.      - * saJ*',*T"'',''"' S'^-atestrntisfqctipii I have the hsno'nrto ^Wedge in the Xam?, andby tire iinanimou:. wish of the fZ?^*^']""*'?"'*'"R t'"rpsa�"l Oemchmeiits. lately arrived rfS..''1?' *'";'�-'"'Js�nie picuntary nidjand numerous acts "^Ufteralrtyiind humanity, wJihVhicb the Families of the JWiwvof that army have been received by the IithabitanU �nyra,,a(h Rock,.Si.Hwhonse, and the victnitr. _ -MawceshaTe occurred in wilieh Chafitv ha� been Slfrt'"''^'!"'''^'^"""^Renerally, or norrliberdllv .ilford-jj� ww p^riijips where it; was iBore retrairpd; io"propor- -------, ,�c ioc KCKDOWIltlj^nKDl o�  II..   iw- PWtt most f ally with this sentiment, I have ibe hommr to �J��that yon will mos,tpnMic�y,andBi.�ar aspmclicablr, "wnduidly, make known toall those whrt extended their "2?�J w this occasion.the grateful and sinrere Thanks, not ot the peisons relieved, but of the Officers in command jjjWpS Who have with prldetmil pleasure witnessed the �jJraWy of all rtuiks on iitis occasion. �o*t k '^'^ most heartily to add my own acknowledje- 'J?^totheirs,and to express mv bone, that the gei!en�sity fcS^?"*�>cinitv in.iy'be alwavs as gr-iicfullv re- I irit^j^'^^"�'"s "ow �ensibly felt by tliis portion of the I bavethebennnr toV, Sir, ' *'Y'our hmki obedient hiuuble Servant, ii�,i-i, ��: R. HILL, MajoT-Gencral. J^;Wor3hipftfl the Mayorof Plymouth, &c. men Lj (br hf^E Uoyal Familyj atiti li�dies anil Gentle A. of Distinction and Fashion, use RUSSl.\ OIL, 5^n�.^theHaiHvhciidrcs.MnK� wbltb is so great i nod. 5*� to the Hair as to prevent it turning grey to all pe�1o vilb Hair j Jnniotcs.eyebtows; wbUkcrs; find prevents tliemtdri.ing S:~Priee 7s. pirr bottlti or one bottle: fcontainii* foUr matorfegninca, or six gtticea Bottles at five (loundS., Jei* wholesale.and relaai"�y the Pn-firieior. A: Prtntc. S*"!, John-street, difbrd-rtrert; .nnd; bv appoint nent, by Rftaitb, Perfddier to his Majeitv. Sew BouU-stter.* 5 H�^-� Jjeand Sons; PtrfQiaet^to her .Majest>; Titthb..rnc-streeM |�>eyta(l BWWi Perfumers to the IViuce n-id Pfinfcesi .>f I Jf�tt;tind,lJtille atjd Huchesi of York, 5* Cockspur-street t ^65,Chtapsldei andfiyhiost priilcipai Prrioroers^or -icine Venders in Erelaod. Ireland, and Scotland.-Ob-JJtthe label on the ontside wrapper of e.xcli bottle is signed C^angolditik,"Modirikur�KyandPriuce." Any with-^�tasigittture are c��t|Hfeit5i nnO be LKV, and enti-rcd upon" immediately, JBL  the TAVERN PART of a principal INN, now in Plieaianfe and durability ......"      " d considera- diunoiistrate.. .  .----J   ----5�s', Leather Brecche;, Livcric;, ^e. in theiiinst :i|>provcd st^leof cut-; ticg.   C�  in.iy seiid an old suit as a pattern, oc be iiiforqied liow ttj lr.'iii...iail a prcijier me.asure per post. SUPERIOR pSu;QU1Cs7i23, New Bond-_ street.-Uyens tiU'fra to the .\' ing-room ; coach'-bouse, '4-slall-slable, coachman's-riiom, and harness-room. Tickets to view mav be obtained of .Mr. Philips, New Bond-street; Mr.. Christie, Pall-Mall; -Mr. Gillow.aud Mr. O'xenhiim, Oxford-street. T ONEY to LEND.-Mr. ADAMS fnform.s . those that have occasion fortcmporarv"or p�rman.;!it . Loitn> that hi has very considerable Sums ' n iit Fashion, the Annuities in aH cas,:s to be rrderinable at the opjiofiof thp borrower. Perboiml .ipplirniion m iMr. Y\dams, I�(.t�fecp.th9 hours of twelve and tiiur. No. 51, IliiirieMa-ateeet,' (t.Vvendish-square, or Letters tposj paid) duly tin-swercd. -N. B. No Money Brokei-need apply. A' NNUiTlES.-Ten Yearrj^urchiise will be immediately given for .\nniiiti�ssecurAl iipim Fieehoid, Copvbnld, or long Leasehold Estates, where the p.-n ties have an absolute interest, and on which {by rcasmi i.'f the pressure of the times) mehey cannot be obtained upon hiorigjige ; nnd eight years piirclinsc will likewise be piven for AnnuiVirr on young "Lives secured on the like pmprrty, the liitireot of Moiiey in the Funds, Church Preferment, nfjSlar ingc Settlements, where the parties have only .a Llf? Interest. In e'ltbercase the grantor �K1 have the p'luer of redeeming the same. Apply per-onally, or by letter (post paid) to Mr. B^ard. No.     NLfthumbcrland-slreet. Stond. rc- 2d 44 100 4820 ,of, =�100 .. 50 ,. 25 .. 15 4......of......^20,000 2................' 10,000 2...............    "5.000 t5................   I.IJOO 10...........300 The First Drawn Prize First D.-iy above 15L will be entitled to the a'biive 1000 WhoU- Tickets-and the First Drawn Prixe Second U.ty will be entitled to the 500 Whole Tickets; which Ticifels will be deposited at the Bank of England,,and rrm.-iin there till the Drawing is finished. Sllarrs will be fntitlcd to all the above Benefits._ GRAND LOT-TERY.  ' FREE GIFT of One Thousand TTiiole Tickets the Fiitt Day, numbers as folltiw    �    ' ' 3iOOI to 3,lori" 7,0()l to 7,10011031 ti>. 10,600 4iMl to 4,(iOO SiOl to 8,tiU0 ll,t)01 to 11,100 &TOI to 5,1^ 9,^01 td 9,100 12.501 to 12,tJ00 6,501  to 6,(X}j Ateo a Free Gift of Five Hiitldi-ed Whele Tickeb tb the Fiht-diuwn above 151. tHe Second Day, Niimben nS folloff: 13.001     to     I3,10tJ 15,001     to    15,100 . = 14,501     to   .W,600  16^301/   to    16,600. ir,00b      tti       17,100 i'he abdvi: Tickets inay gain the ^holc S^'!f^lSl:5f^5^'-f"f Jfl��tb .AthSjCver oBerrd to pub- .   . ^ other Messrs. lie Notice. iBiyifig mv.-iHably sur e delicertd scaM^ up, and indurst.d, " IVopnsals for Hair Brooms itc. ;" Out no priipusnl can be ailrnilted aflir the said I5th dtty of J-euruaiy next, at Tirelcc u'Cli-'ck- nt noun of the same day! neither tcill auy Tcn:icr be noticed un.'tss ttie i'arty makiny it. or an Wgeut fii .'ii.< btlinll'. s/in'lattend. _^By Order of the li..ard,     H. H isREW. See. BEAUTIFUL WO.Vt^V.-The greatest biem-L1I1 to Be.iuty is juperlluocs Hairson�tiie Face, Neck, and Ar enl-Gaideii; Overton, il, Hord-street; Duntiett, 3, Cheapside; Baxter, Edinburgh,and Glasgow ; SpiJsbury, Diihliu 5 Proj-ser, Bristol ; OK-gsons, Liverpool ; Lancaster, Pnrtiuioir.h t Hmdie, Salisbury ; L:tngJon, Sherburne ; Wood, .^hrews-liuiy tTrewm.in," Exeter; Wliilick, Gloster and Cheltenham : Con-.lon, Plymouth Dock; Gould, Bath ; Swiniiey, Birmingliaui; searlc, Leeds: HopkiiH,HHll :Tyinb�, Wor-ceslet; and in every town.-Good allowance to ilealers. BOLTON'S TINCTURA ^mTLVlATfCA, for Ci)ii5bs, Colds, Astbmas, Consumptions, :ii;d all ly-iirders of the Breast and Lungs, 't'his Tincture will, upon trial be fnand   immediately to allay those tiekliii.jf obstruc tio:is wfiieli ocrosion frequent C u;;!iiug; it tpceiiily cures all tliose di^.'rders of the Lungs   liieh vaurc a dilliinltv of . breathing, as it opens the brea't, and inimei!i.-ihly .skives li- . beriy iif respinitinn m itlnuit danger of gettii!;; c:'l(l; it    also ^ particrtlarlv efTicaciiiii.' in the Ho.'j^ping Congf;. It is iiIi\T.sai;t til take, a teaspoon fnil iieiug sitliici-nt for a g'-oivn person; a:id is fite from th.-:-e heavy siveet lu.'itbing Miii^luuci-sgi nc-rally complained of in IVt'toral Lozenges, so cmnniDiily ap- ^ plied til in the above disorders, and tend imly lo elug the stomach, an:l promote nbstrurtioiis.   1'his Tinclure is thednly , intHllihle remedy ever kni'wn to cure the aliove dimrdisrs, and therefore despises all comiteifeits or iiiiilat(ir> for tlie .'lilinenls ab.ive mi*ii!i�nr(l.-Sol.i by the Pnipriefor, at fjid-toii's Ali-dicine WmWiousc, front of the Uoy.il I'Uc.'iange. in Bottles 10s. td.'aiid 'is. .'jd. each ; al^o bv .Mr. Withers, ^^29, SlLind;  ;Vlr. Clark, .\ii.-lt)9, 15i!ri>ugfi;  .\Ir. H.irris, .St. Paul's Church-yard ; .Mrs.. Ward, .jiJ!, JlnlUor.i; -M iion.lcrful roue by your Fothergil's Nervous l.'ordial Drops,.! beg leave to inenti:-uit thus publicly. I iv.is Dropsical. vomiliH< blued tVum my !tiimach~ in large quantities, terribly distmbed in my heaii, frightened at any thing,, pjilpitation. of the heart, ifejectcd fpirit-i, l"ss of memory .""violent breaking* out on my arms and liiiily. and could iict no rest night or day. In this euiMtion I uns left by the inosleminent Pjbiciaas,cxpcritag every nio-meiit wiiul'd be my last, till my wife sent fur your iuvaiiiable madirine, a few bottles of which perfected a'^cuie t .1 o yran ago, withont any reH f P.iternostcr niw, and retailc.l by mft-t rountiy Me-dieiiie V^ender5, in Hott!es, at Ms. and 4s. iid. each._ BILIOUS AND NERVOT.^ HE.-\D-AV. 111.S, - l.N DI^ DIGESTION, &r.-Copy of a Letter from R. LLCAS, Esq. to .Mr. DIXON. ApoUiec.iry. SIUj-In cousiq'!en<:e of .sevf-ra! voyages lo the �.-iit Indies, 1 had contracted a HilioSKi Ciiniplai.tt, t(i?nchan!ilarmiMge%tent, as to be scarcely able, .if times, to pay attention to the ditties of my ship. Through the recommendation of a frientf, I was led to make trial of your (Dixon's) A'sTiniLOCS Pili.s, by the use of which, fora short time, I was, to my artoiii.hinent, immediately relieved ; and have beeif fora l"iig while, totally free frum .iiiy return 
                            

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