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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY,  MARCH\m. Price 6i3c ^.1  U^vmii^'ket --   Ti^INE AltTS.-fUe tiablJc dre Inf'ormed that mr irt.7f The dlliAXlON, wilhlUe two Miscellaneous , open ou or about the Tliirdof Api} ntxt. . .",f,.niifa-oii tbcfiftt iiight^lii^lik-li wtU be in- .    Tlie Ciimmlttee beg len�e �rt announce to AMMts and Amiekoiis.-Se�eraT Grand '  cuuilttde -iTttJi the Coroimlion Autheut � Gud euiuiiig Exhibition. ^ ,. ComiiiUtee ItooiHi \JteAt, Feb. 23.1609. "^5^   �.ibdd- Vifw^Gr�nd Cairo, u��i Bearfy ^"�*ir;Ka�iii.;� -l *lio bad no fuflUer otcasion tor tt, u very gHHid and cbedpSetond-baiid CURRICLE, inquire >o.ll, Uuker-stteet, Portmah-squafe.__^_   - ^0 COACHMAKEllS, paflicularly titose in ' I ^IJE Creditors who ha�e proved t.ht?ir Di-b(s .A glider a Cbniini-$!on "f U.iiikriipt, mvarded and i'fUc-d forth ii.i;!:iust UILLIAM Sl'EAt), hertior.ire of l-iuie TSwcr^hiJ!, in the Cimnly of Alidilk-ex, biil lite �f M'lrti-iiicT-street, io the CVunly of Mirtillo?ex, Mortliaiit and IJealer, may  .-'I'eii   Years  l^urchitSL- will he immediately given for AnniivtiejSecured upnn Freehold, Cbpvbaid, or lon� Leaseliold Estates, where the parties have I an absolute interest, and on which (by rewn ri the pres- I'liis ;liiv is publifiied, price 4;^. c�tra uuarUi, E>n'glis[i bauds ahd scotch ItEvlliVV. i ERS: a Satire, wiih Notes. I liad rather be a kitten, and cry Mew ! Thau oue of lho^e sauie'tuctre-bullnd fDonge-=.' SniKESrEARE. Such shamclHri. Bards we have; and yet'tis tpie, ThiTe are .ni. mad, abumlon'd Critics" too.    PoPE.-' Printi'd for J.amei Cautbi>rn. ti. Cotkspur-street, L�C� don, and sold by aU other liookscllcr?._ .         - ^tr       �_, ",f ,r,nil rhi. I sure of the times) nirtiiey cannot be oljtained upon inorlgasc; [ ,theStdgeLine.-.Aa active Young M^^^^ ,u,d eight years purchJe wUl lil�wi.e be given for Animirie. Sf who. can advance lOaaOJorbisShare of te^ vmnj; Lives secured-h the Kke prnperiv. the I.vtere.i of j Sted witli.-For ! Money in the lUnd^ Cb.ifcU Prefermenl, ..f Mar. iage Settle- ; the tacteif ..-----        .    , t may be admitted managing Partner in a . i ntunev cbncdm.-Principals only will be treated particulars apply to Mr. Bush, Q.iality-court, CliaiKU'ry-fane. London.______ SECRETAliY and LIBRA III AN to a Noblc-mao or tienUeman of Disiinction.-^A Oentlemaii of liberal education, and unexceptionable connections wishes tor l�t March, 18.4>. �l[I,:C�#(�HHif fiiWnriln tKe-?rehch Sertice, effected KaaiiefroiD tbeBMiAntimiu pt^sousfaip'dt Portsraoutb, jt'''3''ce. &C' do hereby ri^ttoioeqi to ai�y Pertoa or Pertons who wsm-M tM'-^Btiumt obd delirer him nt (his mri�^a�B"*��� *o be weiirely lodged iuany _ . 'olf^onedli SSyear* of are, five fee� seven wennmileikfitirnnd'visage.treiih complexion, itrki basiii^ef.'dud has a cut on the right eye-^^s-fqglivb^ueatly. ,U[nm�   ,        .^.u j..,a(r j,gtant,'at ^a'tiilns imt Icm pUt^ti-' ^^^{pUtiftibn to Mr. of and Matiufacfurcr ^#h;S�^*I?UKht tfc'^reat perfectirin, by iSStflf a pwsijliinyof their ciatl.iig�� theeye. iNei^)�tvtt8Wi>t|tess, and superior ex<:e\l<-iicc,, ftfM^M.ctcMev of (bekiud evt WteWlU FLOOR CLOTHS, TABLE COVERS, Sec- G. ADAMSON begs leave to inform his Iricnds and the Public in general, that he has opened a Wnrehmise ut , No. 170, Toiteuhnin'COMrt-road, for the Sale of the tihove . Articles, where they may depend on being supplied with dry and well'seasoned Flour Cloths, of ithe newest Patterns. Afso Musical Instrument and Table Coders, on a new Principle, with green Baize Back  in great variety and patlrnis. ASHIONABLE ORNAMENTS, at his esla-blished GOLD and {SILVER LACE SHOP, No. 80, Southampton-street, Cnveiit-Garden.--GEORGE GRIE- FiMlOOFK respectfully informs the Ladies and the Public in general, he b.-ts a very great Assoruju-nt of the mo^t' fashionable OR.X.VMENTS for Ladies* Hend Dresses, with all other kind of Gold and Silver Trimmings for Evening Dresses; also verv baudsomc Gold Laces, plain and mi.Yed, trith Chenille for Cloth and Velvet Pelisses, Mantle Shawls, &c. wfth Tanels for the same. The Advertiser flatters Itim-sclf by the very great encouragement he meets witli from 'the.firit Families in U^ndan, no one can surpass him in the Goldand Silver Artificial Flowers for elrg.iiice, and of the greatest variety.__ BEAVERand WATER-PROOFMLK HATS. Messrs. TKEMAI.N and Co. respectfully inform the Public, they having disposed of their Premises in Ludgatei street, now carry on their l>U!>inesKjBiilely at their Manufac-tbrv, Alfred place, opposite Cliritt (Jhurch, Surry.-siiie of Blackfriantbridge. when-they sell, for ready money, dea-tlemens'iiesl beaver, "Hi. and patent silk liats. !2 f fakhioui duty uud paper box included, * -�-----------1 V-.V_ ar..   ., on.   :, nients, where the parlies have only a LTfe Ime'rert. Hi eit-!ier case Ihegrautor '>i'.l have tli.- jinwei- of n.-tieeiniii'; the same.   Apply prnonally,     by loiu-j- jiald) to Mr. Ueard. N... 98, " ......... Nrihnmbcrland .'^fcrecl. -Stun:!. 1 IVE THOUSAM) POliNUS. ENTLEAllON, kc. pussc'sed of fficoinfe: aiiaiii'g from I'Y^chnld, Copyhold, or [>asehold Es tates,-Marrui;;e .Selllemeiiis, or luiy othej- Propeitji and tho^e of rerpectability bavtog persanat security tinly"ft, London, will be duly an-swereil. hut n� personal at>j)lira'to.is �ill be received. "^FewI n VIontTon.-jTlT brated MAGNETIC TABLET, for sharpeaiii- Ita-zorsap , Cheap-ide. The above invention is a phenomenon in the arts of I lie utmost public utility,'and will he found even on a cursory in-jpect'on, thegrcati-t ^tri'tch of itivention ever produced by a single improvement : it i ve is partiriiiarly recommended to tho-e who cannot use a bone with ell'ect.or who h.ive not op|ioriuiiiiies of applying to (.�ntlen!. j;ach Tablet will be .-old signed J. T. Rigge. in lied Ink and number, price "j^. PiI._ N JO. 9, Panloti-stntarc, Corcttry-streof, J.,on. LeVcry article of the Itma ever yet w^'irtheyijrpd oply be.trled to beapfirovrd. .oria,fiB^Lc�!>e�, cuntaiDingtiutisiortmcnt lijllod *f Sctssflrs-pod .Buskin; tii,ese y'tnldiihMial-citiatge for this ma- i&B4^*a,nil S.jn'V r ria�.ie ,|Vii.-.. �j�tStf.'TO SK^ JAings's-tireet.. London. ikit^^^vifiKm st.iii;,. tOKSDAY �''d FJII irmiitlijtwjie^foblisli^.W Scoiiaua. ^ 'wpiibliri^oDofRe^prt^of.Cnsrf decided fn the Cpiirt J|fStyroii< it (UiinipQrttint and inlercsting advantafte which 'W^^imii^Sittm Scolii�h JSewspnper i and W^iliU^coiiwIefjhejSJivlves entitled to state, lh;it exfeuf-mi^fur_l�oiiili)ncrs.aIliherepnrts of this dcHrijuion �pR^^ap^ied io otber iiewspap'crs, Iiave becu co- n.jPfctnwtljolEtrJalsb'efiirethe ni*h Cnflri of ^o^'ficiafy. K?!*.W^^'yi!''*"'a'rtier, ttndiit greater length, than toyo^bf^tbofelnporaTJjo�mal. .... lidinbBtgh � Newspapers, oidv.nniiCeil the in.\Y. .eiioiiVBiJRGirsrAR; iopiiliit oiji .loine of the petuli:ir Ifetftbadlhe iuer:t of intrgducing, \M\^ >f CTtdfturs ia the oYder directed by the �Wtfift'tal Rf^rtsfiiniisbed exejusively for the .Star, by �Itacn of {practical Mperifnc?, linil poSj-e-Vnig the means **B'rt�fittltuitip3,'ar|s.als�frtqifrntlygiven. ,. luiahfvx-tniitatlis.bAve not elapsed since the commence-eftheSlar, its iifcultitlqa oyer the wliole country is ^P&idefably mure .extensive than some uepcr* which, have ^wlBHthhuigtrin. Edinbiifglfc Thi^e who atre in the �WtifeOf.adTrrtisip", wflf,-.therefore, find it there iiilerest �M.mjhtStar, in Whicfi adverlf?einents are insefted, up-^, at leart p, r cent, below the common rate in other new.lanover-*to bfe LETT for Three Years, a completely I"UK- l.,i'iijK or inofe itTeqbired....... on at the .enst^ing Lady-day.-For further particulars, en-quireatthe Bar of Stephens's Coffee-house, Bdnd-si'rcect; orat Mr. Robbiiis's, Bookseller, Wfnthester. SQU'^'H. wXfes7^Eeo.notntcair~clcg2ni, a'StI chearfuT Retiremeiif in Gfamorgansliire__Tii be SO LD, t;te LKASEaud FURXlTUREofagetjtcel RESJ1>I;NCE, two injlejfrom the sea,and twclTefr �lyrfse;wf�1i?ratiludc,the support n?T^?T*�jlf� 'r?nae/,fhe' EdiiilbufA Star^sfilt moYc inieresti'ii!: '^"�1 rraderand.ihe^San of bushjiss. the , all ________jttfptK^.maiters iii'^cnfl^id; and Ta5leriM*'B,rt���5i&ilers' ageuts, No. 5, War- rS.,�Ji>iilon;.v�      >; . .^.........,.     ___ conlauis ^ SPdRliNG 'twBf.:;ui/i*�.U;....%..V 5,000 I ifcC* ^ICC�' M Ub>   :   .   � - ^S'^'ti^ im^TtiUii m Fret Drt>Va6^^ a EE-GTPT �SWridftHthe Second Day. A Halt. gUtf... .V :. 7. JSo.O'W.,     . r. ? .... ^\^m WenbSaleat all fheUceftsed Lottery A,!* vjiK � it'.x" .............____ arttl JF South Wales.-To be LET for a term oif years, situate iii. ihehci^t pnrtof South Wales for all. kind&of game and cheapness oV living:; iomisting ilf asmall h'nife, inthecot-t.nge j-tyle/stone built, .with 200' acres of anible meadotv and pailurc land, in a ring fence, with sniit'able om-bui|'din^�; the ;i(aatinn remarkably dry and he;il(hy, nnd abottuds trill) all kind of ^aiiie.. Rent lp,( gnineas per annum. , f/rtters.nadr!."f;cd,' po.t|-pahl, to'Mr.-Box, J20, Mancnes-trr,w ill l>c immediately attended to; or personal .enquiries will Ii-.; .-^lisweri-'d, if ma'deat No.. 11. Flepi-slr-el._ ,eV0-NSIIIrL.-G*KOSS TfAUihR fit fo~r thf NAV Y.-To brSOLD by AUCTrO.V, at the Rooms, 1 # Barnstaplr, on Friday the lUlh d-ty of March nextV piec'.=i�U at four o'cloc1i"io the .afternoon, in lotj, 500 capital OAK TREES, wifli their Tupi and Barks, now standing and groHmij in Yi.ulstnn Wooil, in the parish  !Tveyor,at I'iltun :ynd t'oithcr particulars to Mr. Hurwoud, at Brightly Cof/tiearBarnetabVe aforesaid. ; Th'e Pufcbasef wilfli|\:.fequired ti) ptfy down a deposit of � 20J. j^'cr.r atmAy be io wail and deiirouiof hnrroirlnjt'leisporary or permimetit sutns of tUONEY, thnl ,thiiy ciHi ^ all Hiacs advjjnce s^ai swn from I 6W. toJIO.OOO/. bly leJS in price, llettimentals. Naval Unirorms*,' Fancy Dresses, Leather BtccMicoj Livcrlti. �^r. in the inmt itppnived s t brilliant jet black ever beheld, atl'ords peculiar nnuri>hnient to the leather, will not soil the (ine.>( lini-n, is perfectlj free fnun any unplea�Sit ^mcM, .ind wflf ivlitiu ft.- �ir(urs iii' any climate. Sold. \VholC.=:.lc. by Day and Martin, ai the Miihufartorv, No. 97, HiKh liolhurn, Refail.bv f". Dav, No. 7,Tavisiufk-rfreet: W. Day, SO,Sw.Mlo� sire.-i; Ait.ll, n>. 1, Finch-lane; the principal Bootmakers, Perfumers, and Oilmen in the .Viriropolis, and in every town ihronehout t!ic UnUed Km-drfjn, in stone boitle.s, prJce is. (id. each. LOlt!) 1II:NRY FETTY.-Thif dayispiiblished, (irieel-. ALETTEfilo the Risltt Hon. Lord HKNRY J'ETfy.-Bya MEMBER of the UNlVERSITi' of CAMBRIDGE. " Ttf CJvitntem qifis iTcocat.status '* Citfas; ci urbi solicilos lime" Landon : Printed for J. M. Rieh^mUon, No. 23, Comhill, opposite the Itoyal Exch.';nge.__ This day is published, in flo^ al Svn. prioc :3s. Cd. bound, NOVELLE MORA LI DE i'RAiNCESCO SOAVE, �. C. S. wn'ova Ed J.ione, diligenterrier.fe eorretia, c in Mnnieri* P.irticnlarc Adtfttutaper Facilitare A'Fo^esiieri la Guista P^innnria della Lingua Itab.an.i. Da Enrico Mario Twfrner, Romano^ P. hiie;-Preachcr at the Fomidlii'g, a d ;it Hetk.'U-v aad Fitzroy Ch.ipels. j'riiitcd lor T. Cadell and. V�. bavjcs, .Strand.  i>ernii>n-. t!.e olh'.^r forlv .-vr T   riiuKCir; m ^ _   .Series of l.etfersto the UT-riil H-n. Sl-i.VCER PERCEVAL, <;i.aiKelior of the E�a Y, of a new- Til eorv of colours, illustrat.d by Coloured Blots; sliewing its .ipplicafinn to Fliiwers, Landscapes. Figures, and Composition in general, in 3 jwirls-By M. GARTS ID ly.  P.irt applicable to Landscapes, will he |uil;lished'in April nett; illnslrated by Blotsalso ; flie*suhj-ct� of wbish are taken from, the best M'a�ters.  �  Published by T. Gardiner, PfinreJ-street, Cavi-ndifh-sqware: W. Miilerj Albemalie-itreei; and J. and A. ArcH, Cornhill. ANNUA;. KK.Y.IRW, J8oH.-This day. is i.uhlii9ied, in Ri'ynl Octavo, the Scveuta Volume, price Oue Guino;� io extra b;)rird�, of, , ' rWMW. annual review and history J-  of l,rn:RATURE. f..rt'ieyearl8;)8.. Prinie'd f'-r Longman,' Jlnrst. Rees; nnd Ofitfe, Iitferno=-t-r Row.-Of wlioin may beliad.the Isf. 2d, 3d, 4th, jth ati;l 6ih Vulmnvs, either togcfhe* or separately. I'rico one GHiin*aeac!i, in extra boards. This lievii'w comprises in one Volume; Accounts of all the M'orks published dnrii^the Year, (including ai Variety of tnliKilile I'uhlicatiotfi, which never find a place inanyothcr fti-viewXarr.ingcdiato Chapter.-, agreesibly to their Vesiiec-live Suhjecls, and preceded liy an Historical tn^rodutt'ioa. It is particu arhr adapted for thfe Libr.i<-y, and for Exportiv- tinn.   .       ,   � .__.     _ NICHOLSON'S ENCYCLOPliDlA tompl. te ia six larg.- vols Svo.-f his day is (published, jirice b/. 6s. in boanU, tie.itly printed Ay WhlrtmsKam, with ujjwardsof 150 lin- gr.'iv:nss. by Lo'wry .ind Scott, rpHE   british  encyclopedia;  or X   DICTIONARY of ARTS .and SCIENCES; com; llieinalicjil Works. r. . Printed for Longman, Ilurst, Ree�, and Omie, Pater-no-trr-iow; J..loh. '1i�b..-rv. 'This Work may eitlier in- had complete, or takcfli momiiiy, in 12 ('arts, price 1Q^. (id. each. ARMY, contracts; Commijsary-Generars Offiw, Great Geoige* stfecf, Londoi;, Feb. 2). Iii09. T^OTICK /.< hereby ^iveii t6' all Pcrsaiis      ' for thr, Lsenflkr/trmii, viz.- . . BHIvAD-Toliis .Maj<'sty's Lartdi'orres in Cantopmeiiff,'-^ eks. ill "the end , and Ba> rtv-fcs.'iii the end<-:n!ient)6nf d Counties and Islami-.Alderney, Brecon narvon Denbigh iron, Buck-', C.iipiiricice,Cardigan, CarmarUicn, Car-, on, 'Jhpstcr, Cornwall, (irK.lu,'.!ii!g Scitlj), Cumberland, -----high, Derby, Devon. Dorset, Durham, fcse.'s Flint, Glam  iMan, Isle of WigJit, JerHey,:Kx;x)t,*Lancaster,' LeicesU-r, Lincoln, .M .�^,5^,^iftIj4^.y^....500" '>w�beeaaoldand,haired hv CARROLL anJCb. ptidaa de�a�jd^-�ebeai�� to be had grid*.- tt�a.l^ut�itnftag��t and ex.tortioua�i dAaand^anfl cfcarges thai are ymaUl oiaM and .wacttd to tooJrtT ncjptialin^ w dj be a��)d�^y thotetbat nnply ts.Maxn. .Locos and C(>. at anjwl.ylettwi pmtpa!*: N.B. Teoyeanporchaic will .t>af^C�rw 0!i:�>CtrcsiOileol,.efler.al^' liy ^pped! *No"�^fcT�li �l�� ^' origin and feenealqgy of the .princi|Kil Families'within the distrKf.   Bvtlhe Rev. JOl/N GRAVES. Hriuted for Veriior, Hotid;. and Sharpe,-London: and Christopber aiid Jcnneit, Stockton,, price ^Js. 6d. on ^cmy, and-two guincTS on royai paper, iii.boards. . Published IbOS, price 3�.l).d. BOOK-KEEPLNO  METHODIZED^ or, S cbmpleje yreatiVe on .Merchants' Accounts; eoriiainin^ acqiiiriiig a kno.Wledg^e o� fW Ai live: The Work is principally compiled,, the rale? syMtyna-; .uS_____T �p Mnir. iiHwmrth.: &c. correct- aird for School" Practice. "ilyliLLANGJF'ORD,. ttaydon-^ square, Loadon.       , ^ , Sold by Me?sB.'Longman, Hurst, ReesytihiJOrfflif, Paternoster-row'; Messrs'. Grusveopr, Ch^ter and^ Co. m-^^.'is'^'^'^'^-''''rjL^^^^^ Cavalry .in Barracks in. the undenneHfioned Couniesji* South Britain-Berk�, Cornw.tTI,- Disvoa, DoiiH!i i-MS "SJiiM tKales^all of.Mich iituH bt'iBcltidedtiiv,one,.t'erutsr-l aVd each Projioai^must'bf: accompani - > 2'eniler, Utilett I on;the^__________, ., ,  .   . iiould^t:,sq happen thiA during.'the, ioniinuance of tKf &oi^rael,'f^ Troopi shbildbe tIbHhiUd tir nypKzdHn tikt' Countjf^
                            

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