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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY.  FEBRUARY 23, 1809 Price 6b. OTto the """%\7^uriscd expressly fc.r.Mr. lira- r .''v^ MO f 0 Amon'i God.' ,. .__ _^^ii^vrVKItSAJiy MKliTIXO of IIKWAIID of FIFTY POUNDS.-The foU Post Of-. Durham ; the 9th and the Htli have ner^r coinetn hUiKl. Any prrsoii who coo, andVi'll give infonmi-\\rm of the Party, or l�ari:es who have stolen, oi� embezzled the above .NVw sp,ii�cr?;sliaU, upon their C H-J ..f; th^ CiiUHiv not mure than 100 miles from Luiid'in : the Re^iiueiit i>ne t.rtho iiiosl Rentlemaulifee in tlic d to- Mr. Jarksun, Salo- TONTINE INN twd PQB.T'.ijbUSE, SheSeJ*:;' � neral StEWAItWii:     .     ,v    .. Rev. nr. I>o\ydc�well, Canoh uf Christ Church Jstne� Buller, l-Isq. M. P. -Wui. Cuke, ^q. ilAhbfiliopof York wd WiUiaiii Hentinclc; ^??;nTat&�t fiC^^^^^ Those G�.Ue.�e., ^ho irfSohiinwr be Stewards with their compauy^ are jwr-tiSarly requested to sCBd for tbeirXiCkeU to the TkHcU- ^mmc I>V�T'.     .        _        � J g-pBfNG cattle siioWlokd iiCrw1  of CATTLE,-JiHKEP, SSim'* IlEl'OSnrOKT, Ci�**��ai*tivrt, Smltliaeld. j r!*e''�Pt'<�*'*J' WANTED lo Pufchaso, the ADVoWSON, j qt^-JlMOIUi of AUs. AfARlT ANN CLARKE, or NKXT PRFiSKNTATIONto A- LIVING, in . fW- from,the Age of Fifleeil io tbc-Pr�!t^ -     -�   " .....----. "-'-V        iiar ap^jropriate Remark* on her pMuct towards the Duke ; nr-Totk.        "       - ' " j   I -'Sold by Ci Chappiej 66, P�ai Mall? SherwoAd and C�. ;, PatenMatet'-Toi? ; J. filaCklock,' Royal'- Exchange ; J. 'Vrvatt.Plckett-streetraml Messrs. Hugbe�< Liidgate-street, -t~--;-�-'--^-^--1 : This Day is Published, No; i, price only 6uc?li�vir�-�ci)tat mw, both Plain and ii'Coltfii oftlk'ti'mttjjKlWexceyeucies Which di�tin^i>i=hcd the he-t AV/nkb of.TilKiii, latracci.-Braiiijuite, lhc'tw  tMfnmjW(b|'iilt�piesmade.*y:ftlr. W. M. Craisc.aud wilJM rart(�fiMi.'Cianuiis larger dioieosions ; so as to form an rtr,QnlA<(if V'> Kngravings ar. fcimi^i'd �iui a concise H'M^iry ot each Piciure; and a 51ificlioi(|iel|aiiiiefs Life; , ^Tlie I'mJ.Njrifie. rtjjrpripsent to the Public the celebra-telPDiRiiryRRnnhraiit. from the t^orMo'i Palace, and a Cul- Wuii \d Laj&ipt- by cvlinile ie Lorraine, from the C tftjioiioriliil^teilucile Choi*eiil. ..       .   �  ... Xttatc^tStJ Prosjiecuis i� reaiy^or c�ci�UitHmj___ ^; ^e\vaiTd ofiTtfiTntY'pduxj)&. JucRiyoriAMSMiR*,;     wise;, &c.- associa- 'WHEREAS .Witri.^v'vVniTi of Win?; in T f C'lnnlj 0* (lucks, ija�iBTi'rrhi�>ef taped from juMicc  >eliiib�ijl45)ears vfAs>^i hCjisaslout nwn,&f'-t-t IDin-thei kigh, pale face, hrown h.-i'lr^ is round jhouldered, :jml �ptrtuoppiiig withiii, headend nprkt, walks K�h.-r _wide, wiih histofs: when he Wetit awav, hid on a r d.wajhtci�f;wilh thesirincs clownw teeth s^and tf cn downward". TO Nonf,p>tE.v and Gentlemen of Landed Propertv. -^V gentleman fiillv ncqnainlrd with the Stotch inodeot-Agrirultorc in all its" branches, is de:>irous of a SlTU-'iTiONi lithcrto manage an Estate, or extei.-ive Farm iii .l'.ngU-inil or Wali;;.' A comforiahie iind re5|>eclable i>ituali >n, is noiri; .nil object than s.-iUir>' ; and hU refetelices aresurluas will insure conlidrnce.-Letters addressed, orap-. plic;iti�>n� madi- to Mr. .left'eries, (irHecal Agency Ollice, Coipmin iai ll.nn.>;kim)er-5irert, London. r|%) VROPRIKTOilsTr LAND.-A Scorfcii . .A F.^ itM.Eii is Avilling ^� eonihu-t the improvcmenis of a large lunilrd Ksiaie, in eoiijunclvon with the Owner, npnn liberal principle-*. As the bV.^t jrfedge for success, hi" will stake a coiisidcrahfc Capit.it in the undertaking.-Apply tit Mr. \^illiam -Scott, Slock Exchange, London; oraddressto htm letter^j posi-paij, stating panicularii, which shall be immediately aliended In.      _> npANNING.-Any Person able to command a i Capit.il of SiW/. and wishing to embark in,the Tanning Trade in the Borough of .Soutliwark,orit3 vicinilv, may hear fa Partner, wilh an adeqnale capital, well qnaiiUed to conduct u business, and of must oncTceptionable character, by applying by Leil�>r(pt)M paid), to X. Y. at Alessrs. ynndsorand Shjiry's No. 3..), Chancery-lane. (^ARPlT m^iuTuFACfORVr Whitehall.- J An extcasive and new Assortment of Rngs and Carpeting, from the pliiim-st Vaterns to the most elegant^Des'gns of ,tlie best Manutaeturer.-, and on the lowest terms, are jeaily f.ir tlie in l enmbfrroiije Mangle in iHi*. They arc neatly lilted up io inahogaiiv, wainscot, &c, from 10 to l.'l Guiniias, and may be placfif in any room in the House;-To be seen at (inold and Co.'s Manufactory, No, 12, Skinner* (reet. Siio'whjil. N. B.' Improved Washing SLichinrt and Presses of every description. '     '     ' O lie SOfjD, 3 ?(Ty frrt-ai Bargain, on? of _ the first rale ti RANI) UPltlC.iiT PIANO FORTliS" in this Country, made a few weeks since, (and has never Ueeii played "li) l^y the t*riuce of Wales's mifker'; it cost 9.t tiuincaf," and will be sold for 70 Guineas, ready money; It IS a very line t"ii''d instrument, and perft-ritly new. A re-veise ot titrlioiein the perron lo whoni it belnncs i.�lhe cause ^of its h  liig sold, To be seen at So..'), fjclcester-place, Lei-tester square, from eleten to fobr c)-clock, .   . !,X0ND0N Frhrnarv, I7ih 1809. rar\0 SlltP OWNERS.-JOHNCURR of Uelk- JL Vnc Houfe.ncar Sheflield, (now at No. 10, (leorge-Tard, Li>mbard-Street) Informs the public tiiat hi-i Patent Inventions of FLAT (;A B LE and .^p]|):iratiis, have s food the tri.il of the lirte severe storms and hurricanes at Sea, by which theji'siiperior.strengtK and utility have been fully ascertained. A l.nrge vessel is brought to anchor with perfeci'safety by one man only, and lOi) tailioms of Flat Cable i< got in, in 25 mi-nates with fewer hands than wilh a ronnd Cable, and by the exfaordiniiry powers of the apparatus, a Flat C.nble may be got in, wlieii a round Cable wonid be required to be cut. The Flat Cable Jind apparaliii being tited upon Deck, the Hold is.more .-it liberty for stowage,and the main axletree being veiry hurt, is much stronger than a windlass, and takes up less room. The Brigi Collier of Air, belonging lo G. and \Vi Taylor, Esq.,(l.'i7 toi:s regislerj rode the storm in the Downs" xii'lh the Flat Cable only oi� Strain, lOJ fatb iu las.s, &c. There are coach-houses, slables, hhda beautiful lawn liefore the llon.se. For particulars, apply, at Messrs. Cruchley and Fry's Office, 11, � John-sircet, "Bedford-row. � N; B. The llou-e is tit for the immediate reception of a family, fires haviiig been constantly kept since tiie owner left it.____ liVONSIIlRK.-GKOSS TIMBKR fit for the NAVY.-To be SOLD by AUCTIO.V, at llic Rooms, ill Barnstaple, ou Friday the llHli day of March next, pM'ciselv .-it four o'clock in the aftenioon, in lots, hca cnp'Ual OAK TREES, with their Top* and Barks, row standing Jiiid-growing in Youlslon Wood, in the parish of Sliirwell, about three miles from the Se^tport town of Barn'.tuple af�iresaid. For viewing Ihe sjinic apply|(o 5Jr, John Guard, Timher-Surveyor,.nt PiUon;and further particulars lo Mr. Horwood, at Brightly Cot, near Barnstable afores.-iid. The Purchaser will be required lo pay down a deposit of 30t. per rent, orf signing conirart. MOxNE'V directly advanced by way of Annul-ty.-50,000/. in sums of mi. to 5,000i. o* approved real or personal security, for which iibenil prices will be ' given^ and an opportuiiitv of repaying the princifvil at the oplion of'tbe Borrower by giving / days aolicc-Periunal appliciitions attended to from 10 till 3 o'clock.--Letters, po.ct-pntd, to Me:i$n. Mnnke^ and Co. So. 3, Broad-street^ Golden-square, answered witiiont delay. ANNtJ^TlBS.^Ten WT'Pgrch.se will be 'immcdiat;ly given for Atmitiliessecured oijmn Fiocho'd, C(ipyb�!d, or long Leasehold'Eflaies, where the pa'lies have ai�absol�rte4titffe5t, and onwhirh (hv Tea�iin i.f ilie-pressure of the times) m->nry eannet be ob;ained upon morlg:ige; atul eight ycais purchase will Utoewite be gtvoii for Annuities ori young Lives secured on thtf hke properly, the luleresl of Money in tin; Funds, Chorch.Preferment, of Man inge Settle-menis. where the parlies h.-ivc only a ililc InK-re.-t. l-n eiKier c;ise tliegrantfir �Hl have tin- p.iwer of redeeming the same. Appiv peraonrtlly, -r by Ifii-T (post paid) to" Mr. B'viril. No. 2H, .Voflhumberl.^rril-r'iri.el. Smnri._   _ MONEy.-^*lMS�. I..UCASmdCo, beg .eave to infofia those that may be to wnr.i .ind drsirousof liorrowingtcmpornry or peroKuienl tnms of MONF.Y, tbat | ibey cao at all iim�s adiance anv s>�n� Irom I SOf. to 10 0(X)l. | Hod upwards, on personal secnrity, or ar�T other arisogfrom ^{artla�e Settleffisnt?, _M'ncy ia ise Fun.'..-, Clereymtm ibolc TIIE-INVESTiGATION rof the CHARGES brought against his Royal Highness the DUKE 01 YORK.by G. Li Wardle,Esq:W.P.-forOakbampton, De-van: With ilie LIvideoceat large, ami the Remarks of the' Members.'  �        . , , � 0 that estates, degrees And offices Were not deriv'd corruptly i That clear honor. Were purchas'd by the merit.of the wearer. adnnimeat willfiiid"aptaee laThe Librai7of every Britoa. London: printed for .T. Stnitf er is'givcn a Prefatc, containing a retro�pective View of British Literature during the last six months of 1808. Printed for F. C. and .Tj Rivingtdri, No. 62, St. Paul's Chnrch-yard.  Ot whom mav be Imd, Complete Sets of the British Critic, from the commenc-meiilin Mayi 1793, to December, 1808; in Thirtv-two Volumes, price, in boards; 19/. 19�. or any single Number or I Volume lo complete SeU. N. B. A Volume of this Worlc is published, half yearly, pfite in boards. 15s.6d.__ 6U)LlJEN-l..\NK and British Ale Brewery,  Fast Country Dock, Albion, Hope, and 1-^gle Fire Office Sharcj.-Ti be SoL B by PntVAXE Co.%ia*cT, ce-viral Sliiires in each of the above GonCeriw.-Apply to Mt. Rich. Needham, 2, Beech.�trect, Barbican, removing td -No. in, Brnad-istreet, Roval ICxchange._. RESIDENCE in the CITY uf .ST. ANDREWS. >0 be fjKT and eri'crcd to immediately, or at tiRje Livings, or Frcei old, Cop,ybold, aad.Lo.-uehold IstiUcs. on the most fair arid honbori.liielemii. And Me!!!!-. Lotas pnd Co. pledge thiirfselves to iraa'aclevery nrgociaiinn w'lfi t.;e ureatest piinrtuJtMy and di-ij'i'.tch, and not only tiic>..e nrijui-tiflahle but eilra�.ignnriiEd et tortioiiatc d^ijiandsand charges �lat are ufoully mailc nnd cractrd in mnoev nc2(fii.'.t">iis will be avoided by tho-e that apply to Messrs. Loe.is aiiu Co at No. 19, Jermyn slre't, St. J.imrd'i-squafe, eift^'per�nn-ally or by letter, post paid. N^ B. Tea years purchase will t�� tiven for well secuied AnnniT*r$. inrARVKY'.i SAUCIOjlw~Fish, (iame, Arc- XI K. LAZE.'!! BY respectfully Informs Ihj.-Nobilitv and ler; Terry, Brighton; Leedliam, Ratli; *�if*r detained III ra.tortv; IJ I; . ,   " i ILLIS, Soliciior and Tfetisurer. ',;g�?^ryf5.-Ka,B�.id,-,-t � ipEE GIFT of One Thousand AVlidie Ticlciits . i-H*      '''O' numbers its folbViy - |3,Wl tu 3,U).j j,ljj�l to 7.t0.vi l�,.'iOl "01 to a.m . �� tj,(�i aFrw Gift 9,001  III �,IUO  14,50lj (d to to lO^on ll.UXI �l2,�00' vr-j"""'^ Fi**Bttndft'd-ifrhrteTickets to the r*�m-:drawn above 15(. tbe Secoad Day; ]|ttmbers us follow t i   ...J3,UU1     In . Jd,lA) I l,i,(KU-     nT   I.^.IQO -. I"   UMi \ l�i50i   to   iti,t)oO  �rvi'v  "     17.001..' to       ITjlOi) '^^j^^MiMTiriieismny.g^^^     tvhole �r the foUdwhig J'''-r^:.........-nxa , I,,.  .       begins APRiL the I2lh, 1809. 'i�^?r3^*''*^''w^'��'��6m� of 1,50J Tickets, there ;'\ij;^Wt)s and Shares are jietilng at all the License'd OBiees.-toAND SIJHEME; with .inly IS^SOOTickcts 6......�f.......�;i,flOO 10.-..i.............  500 Ac. &e. lavin�-iie.-=c.20^.ii � IVii. Loniers, Soiilhnmplon; ftllir,t and ......., JeffiT\�. Salisbury ; Lister, Swiinsoji, &e. AnA to prevent spurtoi!s imitati�ns, e'ach b-ittle h.is M/.'!Iar-vey'ssignature tin the label.-K. L. at the same time tiej-s to'recommend her grftuine Essente of Anchovies; which, witH a variely of riWi .''am-cs :iiid Pickle*. n�;ty be had, parked inea=e.6 of^iU ni/es, fur family ii-and Sticce..ment ttaoa. that of the' tj, Prices of 10.';.....5i\) riiund cable. Flat ropex nsed in draw ing Coals wear as long as six round ropes, and the Patentee, fron* Ihe experience he ha> had, does not doubt, but the Flat Cable will last as long ^ those or four round i^s.   - model, shewfnR the tfaWi coiled in two tiers without .-tny "TUHN PALhlHuKPE IIt.A III, 6f NoHiiig bam^ te-prciiully infc.rms tin- M�"rc<;ai:t5, "t/adevmeft. nml PobJic at Large, t way) St. Panl.'�. �- Whitsund.ay tirst, that genteel Dwelling-boUse, Olfi-ce.^, Gurdcii, and I�e�ini-nl�, rjjled ST. LBON A RDS, in tiie Lity ot St. Andrews." The House contistff i!al WATER CORN MILL, cirrting four pair of mill-stonH and :iU suiialile niAChiiifr, /ixed lor the drei-iing of flour Also.n moderrt biwll Wind'.^H11, ni-ailt adjainiiig, carrying iivo pair  l Riding of y orkihire. .-xUo'a capital Dwelling Hdujc, sHittiblc for the family of ilie tenant ot the mills, ana .iniither Dwelling Hoii�e, used as an Inn, with several Cottages f�r .�ervanl4 employed 00 ihc premises.- To^efher With about Fifty-two Acres of rich Ar.tble Meadow and P.isture Land, now rented by Mes.r.-.-.'J"weedynnd.Parkin, who, forse-vej-:il yam p:isl have carried oh, and do now Cnfry no .it the said iiiills, a mott extensive and lucrative tr:tde in the several articles of Com, Flour, Co.nis, Lime, Bricks, Tilet, Timber, I-'biss, ,ind Stone�, nsed for Buildings; which several nriides (p:irtienlarly that of I'oals,) can be alTftrded for, and have Inreii sold .It a much lower price than nt Driffield; where the l"rk dues .nnd friglits exceed those up to the said KlillS: the ocrupVerj'thereof having a free and exdasive riklfl ofn.ivigaliiiri, op to, and down from the said Mills into Driffield Ciuaf", leading down to the town of Holland the Humber. N. B. The sitiiatiim of this property is most eligible, Mn^ 6 miles froiii Drillield, 12 from Bridlington, Li finta Beverley .ind 20 from Hull. For further liarticulars. apply to Robert Bower, Esq. of, Welhani, or to Mr. Snowball, ot'Birdsall, both nrar Mmton, or to ,\ir. Lambert, Solicitor, H�tt"n Garden, l^indon. FREEHOLD LAND NORWOOO COMA.ON. to be SOLD bv AUCTION, by Messrs.- DRIVER. .'St Garraw.iy's; ^s. Fotster, C�>oke and Fcere. Linentn'i'lmi; at dfcraWav's, and of Messr�. Driver, Survey o�S and Uknd Arc-Mcisr?. CL'RIUE ancTCo^ SurgfonS. late in his Mnjcfty's Servirf, continue (o rfi; JJEDllJil, r�ct the and cure Class ot , that Mes�r�. ^NiawanTl iidii^rrii', (foot- ./. i, ........,, .....t hnrcb-Yard. are herfi.y^ appointed Mditimialdcekvmny bcseeaat No. IO,.George-yard, wbica (.Wholesale, and Retail A.genis, in coojuiKtioii .wifh Mr. '�<��Co�itnved. thata.ruaful cable in.iv be Dscd opouit if re-  njbosev, Broad-sifeet, Exchange, for ihe S;ile of Juniper's l"'''^"' where also inay be � r iheT'V'i'AcH. "The repiitaiion of the two fol^r, I �rri^?^J?*" '*'*^*'*'*"'*T'n*"t'y thtM^ years, tn^ inside-i as Articles of C"mni h!me4yM�ve.wlr''f^"n)badrriiL-d.-_^^^      _______........ _ ....._ Newbery.indSons, Dii.cj.ondCo, Bml.r.^rel.iyand.Son,. thwr house, No-ioT, fl.itt.Si-g,-irde,.  1*   rv i^"^.�*�yw,�.Arc�|teeftifer'lilb�tay;flo!born J of of Mr. > *fl�ward and ^vgiss.^''. f �l'd ��w or ! enrl.ishig a.iWjnk Note, {^ hedoly aiMwercd.- ' jcctivatiAttQt'tmve ^cen sbd rrt;itt=ert,^m>l^Bar,Lpndoo, �.       in^yerjir Town of the-United KJ^Sdoir. ^ ,    .y*,^;,/, Hn.tv.,i.,rJej..   

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