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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Fill 04 MARCH 3   It^iP.- Price 6 jlfT.lhe Kart of Orforiiiodfrit>-c'i3rgc�that have iie\-.r before bejn offered^o priva ffamilie'. Var.h�iii-i^ til. Pall-Mall. rino cdLOXi-xs of local .\iiLniA X   RE�IMI-.NTS.-Ollicrr who has sprv-rri mmiv I J wir^ a-x-Adjutant lo a Kejtiihir RcishiiPitt, wishrs to rm|flciy i his time a� Adjutant to a LiK-al Mililia llepmi-nl; ran pro- j due* the most hoiii.Mirahle tcatiinniiy frmn General Odiciri � ua lo his k'lowlcNlpi* of ilip duty of ail .Adjutant, &c. Kr. \ Letter* ail :re.-sid to X. IJ. at Mr. S^mr', (i.illirr, N�. T, i W h4l<'bo  publi.h  iht: Ui^ht Ho'i. L.n! HK.VIIY IMTTV.-Bva MKMIJKR of the UMVllUilli of CAMtsJtilWK. " I'll Civiialeni qiiif doc-at status " (uris: il iirhi ioliritu� limes." lionrton ! Prinl.il for .1. M. Kichar ison, No. 23, Cornhill, Ojipo^iK- till' (I>i\al !,xr'ian;e. Thf! day i. ceediiig> in Parliament �p  of the K:irnm Tiu? Tvriojqur mihi imllo ai^criiniaenffftor. !     This dav in published, in crown Svo. pnc-  -rirh ICast lo b'mt."-miakVpi:\bk. Prioied for VV^Uiani .Mill r, .Alh.-ma'-le-slref I. Tbli day i� pnb'i^heri, in one >niall ynlmne. Crown Octavo, with a FTonti>pirrr prirp -i*. in ntra boards. AN ESSAY on Slil^LCHHRS: or,a Proposal for Krpcting > -vaz Mrmoral of the IMu-arious Dpsid in all A?e*ont;ie Spot wh?ri' their Keraaiiis have b.-cn io-terrrd.   BvWlLLlA.M (.ODWI.N. " .Nofone-fiiieseshould perish*."--Thf, nini.c. Printed tor William Miller, Alberinarle Strecl. RKAU, R'tnaik, and Uemenibrr, that Ihe bt-ht ftid rheappi't IliMise i'l ihp world, for that univrrsally' A.W�Kdtnv.iitioo. FIf.K Mi)SF.. Him COTTOV FEKT, &e. T�"Mo. Uii, FUit-�lrrcl, ciir.er of Wine Offire-roan, whcii.*l!:�>i!i r -tpt'cii'ully act|uaiiit> hik ii�ineruus (uMiMneri, i"ni he ban completrd liiti aiiiiua.1 astirtiii-jot of r-al Pntent ANG.>t  demiptioii of warm Win!'* H'�*ter> fur in.-mmsoo �jJEa 0 HKUL \VO.Vflil^�J.-rti..- gn-alost m.-in-Aiid Armt, _____....... --------- dialely reinnviii .ihein, is an elr-gSnt arlide, prrferflv iii-luii'cm and plea'-aot toujc. Price       or two in one'par- I XPKRLVIENIAL CliE-ISTRY, m three I'an*.   Pari I. intiT.d il to farili- EPirOMKof THIi MKU" t;A(tlt;.iJUKi,S,iMrta. cuAtiivi:,, Jtc. Thi^ day if published, hj Thomas \\-f^. No. XI1, Chpap>id' , ' �iii!'innv be had of anv BcMitsi-Urr in the kia^oai, THK f.-liowins NKW CAlilC^TURliS, rela-t veti.lhpPJ{i;&KVT INQi'IltiMVicpoaly ig.parh,  � 1 c'V'urcd-1. The Doke's Ijove Letter, Travlslie 1  2d. The . J) 'soliitiim of P.-irinpriihip; or .Mrs. Clarke wiiiHio); up lief Acroiint*. 3d. DaysofProsjierils infil'Uc^'Sler-place.   4tb. ' Mr-'. (.�Iarkp"s I.pv4^. 5lb. TIip" Ainb.is^adur of Morocco. filli. The Vork M:)girian!J   Tib. l"he Uishop of Osna-; burgh's PiUrima^e toGloucester-pl.ice. K. B. One New Carlralure will b"" pnHi-hert rrgiilMlv � everyday during the .presinl Inquiry.-Piease to order fegg"-Caricainres. price Is. e.noh. This day is published. t>ri(-p 7=. M. "ip Second Part of the 14ih Volume of RF.PORTS ofCASlvS m (lie HIGH COURT of CilANCKRY-, by F. V hSEi ,        of Uacbi's iiiii, Kurri;tpr.it Law. l.ond.n: l'rinC sr ocla j minnie In- . of the .Mmi-s, Kiuiburv->qiiare; nf whom iray b' had, new slructi'nsforlhrprrformancpof K\/iiTimeiit�.   Pari 2. l)i- ' Editii-- " - "    '    "   '� ri-cliwns for Ihe A'nalyfis of .Miiicnr VValers, �>f i.artji'* and to Keauty i� .luperlluoui llaTion "the Face, Neck, ! .Slmiph. Part .1. iMStruilion* for api.hiiijt ChMuii.a Tcsis 1.   11Uu1;RT.' HOSli.vrh l't>\>l>i.K imme- | and Re-asp..t=.-:i\ W 1LM\M MhNRY ,jM. D. �   ^ �    �� '       ^ j.        1     i'riiiied for J. Jobt:soii, Si. Paul s Chuith-y.ird. e Proprietor, No, 21, Ru'ipll sreel,. Covent-crton, 47, �{oi'd-�lTerl; Ihiinieit. a, l.lieapsidc; iinsofliie followinj:popular \VorK�, bv tlie same Author-1. ,:\lpnioir-i of his own Life, 2 vols. vo. 1/. 1'.- 2. Calviirvonihe Death i>f Christ, 2 vols. 12^-i. l.ortiad, an Kpic Poem, il. Is.-1. Ohservi-r. a C dlei-tion of KsSays, 3 vi>l�. 15  Hloi>uls.>} ttie subj-cls of which f�m Arryeari.ns .Hamiit-n, V.ain oii,.'�iiid , Esq. �. V. I iHf, tiq ��" "-J----- -------, haraclers as ' 1(11 Oqi) wliaityV ' Tilp:Hi4iop of l.uiidoii was re-riected -."wiiliiitj Lkm, SaiB�-l-Strooic, Eso. Vire-Prt!si c�-"reiaryV w'd Jaiiic. Itusb, Esq. Was ' iTttlAn (JlIlLDRbX WereeJ�:ied iuto the Socieh'j Ttirfwnit"*"/ Ibe nboye Society ncknowledep �ilh iniinNlrtlieveri liberal siippurt and piitr-'na^r with whieh |liintlii�tilali of Iate))veiihoiiiiured,aud by wkicli I hey luiebrrtriubl d iuafrrd'a commonable Asylum toco uiiuiy |ii(irO*(iii�Jsoftbetlerpy. ;., iiiibscniiiinniaiitf daaati�n� to this most excelent Charity till In- tnaiikhllyrrteiv-d'b;. lUeIr Tr.jsurer, J�i. Ilu.,h,. L>i|.Un^oart, |)(H:iars Communs; or at 2b', 1'avisiuek- init.j;hai eeiler; aud i� ever> town.- (iood ;ill"wtii>oo�hip at.Purifmoulb, - ftrc�itilBc��i4lili .\l1ijiM3f�1(^|}.in S'ivire;4f .-di..lieri-*v uCcr.ilU;{titrilafTes(>�|ir4S to any Ft-rsuii or Persons who lluJl aip'relie�d Iti''�iit "IVf^iier and dclivi-r liim at llrs Oilirr, i>f �I'rrHiVnmsehiMi.tu be .eturclj lodged in any i Iufifippahlirganh. , I VlirAliin,il)OYei�iiMi�edb38ypur�ofage,fivefeei9ev.-n j iiK-liralii^*, i�Wjmn r.ka-.Sj-daid visajje, :resh com-tiexmn, ! WHO la r,iisrL hazltfVvp�,'and liiis a cut On the righte^e- \ k�M. liciifoaksEiigUfhfluently TlibViAJj'T'ANTON, Esq. ilece..&.t( .-All Persuisi liavlu^ au> cimms or demands upon the Instate al liff'cbiit Tlhittias i'n::toh,. lale of Newuiark'el, in the Iwiokflf I anibriilge. and of Poilland-place, in the f.oiiiily if IhdilWk, Ksq.'d cir;i�.'a, an-: lequ.'.-ted Ip s-iid par-WarsaljiriiHtii Mr.:>Vr the dis-je ihi-reo.,   of June lfi02, c iba cause whereiulieorjie Wi.eailey, Esq and others riibinliS's, uudKnldiiso^^butili'Worth, i.sq. ai.d others r dffcuJ.iuis, and of?ln or.'.er of Ihe .-aid t'4>iirl, dated ihe ikilaj ..f Juh IhVi. tae .rcdilurs of WW. fATHAM, bleof Ailibjiiii llall, t.i-the r univ of W esl.noriaiid, ICfq. liVuiKed iu tnc ii�.i.iii of .Sepiciitber 117;i), are on or before (lay of .Marrii.ii,X*,to come in,and or-^e Iheir debts, rfbrrl^anmel Coaj^miu Vox, Esq. one oV th-* .Masleis -it | acra';il (uur:, at iiis Ciia-iibers, in S�"ii.inni;>i">.i-15uild- ' KS tbaiMTrv-inms Luiid^Mi, oi^ in drfanll thereo! they 'in be ii-rmpiiirilv ejiciudcd the bcneCl of the said Ue- �.   ~;irvrtT.sT^rj; eotterv KCiNS- APRIL. 12, 1809.-Sclieinc conlains .     Four.......'.of........�.20,1 iXJ T�.o.....;.;i,f.,;........I .OiXi T�u....i.:,.oTi........... 5,000 . A.>c..&e. &.r, >�iih A^RMC WET of l,qD.i Tiekets ihe Frsl Tlav, aud a l'ft::E GIFT of &W Tii-heU the Secoud Way.  ^V�^:KIIlly'^ A Tidket......i,^aj|: uain....... Ualf.......; .nay piii..........:S0,000 A Quarter...^..in'ay ipiu..........2?i.000 All Ligliib.....may -ijahi..............')(� ' ASi�eemIi.vrtB�yuain............6|i50 ' 0..lv th,iO(�T5rWp�� f�p s�u. , j>����aod Shares are on Sale at all Ike Licensed Lottery .. lom.KY WITHOUT "PHKlEDEVr; a.      Ilegins Drawii� I'Jtb April, 18U9. NF Tliotisatiil Whole'Tickets for the first 'Drawn Prise ab-we 15'. and Five llnndred Whole IKUl* fur the first i>r.iwD Prixe above 151. on the �cc. nd *fej,tnBdt!;iionl.i tap fcllowinu RicS List of Capitals: .4 Priies of �,ft).000 \ �j Pi'Mies of �1,0)0 DEVONSHIRE.-Gu"0-*TJMIil-:Jl lit for ibc NAV v.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, ai the ilouHu,. iu iUtrnslapte, on Friday the lOih day of March ii��t, piee.'svl) at four o'clock, in Ihe afirniuoo. in lots, 50J wipil.il t)AK TRI:ES, with their f'p* and B.irks, uow kinnditig iiiid growing in Yowlslini Vi^iid, iu the p:i-trisb of iihii well, aboiii three wiles fruin the Seaport town of Hanislaiile afuresaid. For viewing lite Kuue jipplyflo Mr. John Guard, I'iinhef-Surve}or,at I'ilton; and further particolarslo i\lr. ilomood, ! at Ilrighlly Cot, near iiarixilnble afore-'uid. '  | The Purchaser uill be required to pay dotvn a deposit of ' Va. per cent, on jiigniog coniriul.__ .   RI:.�*1U;:NCE in the CITV of sr. ANDREWS. TO l>e Li.T aiitl i-n'creti to iniuietiiately, or at Wbitsuiidux liisl, that genteel Duelling-hmise, Ulfi-^ ces Garden, uiid Periim ub.. coaled ST". LEON A R O.S, in Ihe | illy of 81. Andrews.  The lluusc couclsis of Diniitgrihiiu . aikl Drawiiig-rouio, 27 by IS; Parto'ur, Six lled-innnis j Kilebeu, Servaiii^ llall, tl itsekei-p-r*� Hoom, Ltiril.-r nuid ! Dairy.  Toel.'uart of t>tHces is extensive^ t^onsirl.ug of ino .Stables uilji ilay-ltifi, Coaeii-house.aod othercoiivi-niourcs. The Ganieo is well >t.'cited with Fruiv-lleii. and mere are (irape, I'e^ich aild .\eclariiie iluuses, all in the best condi-I tioii.' The iloa.e is Melt supplied w.t.i w^ler, b^ leaden i I pipirs, aod^ riv ral of no Ui'dversitv i iif celebrity, l.e.-irniug and iiduiatiofl of every'kind, oi,-t\ lie : acquired ai a comparatively k^iall expeiiee. Siioati'd on Ihe I sea-coast-; the Tou ii is well aired ana uoroinnioidv healthy, ; and the cAlience iif living is inoileraie. The pr'enilM-s Moiiid therefore he ^ di-sireable r.-.'-idi'itoe for a (ieullomaii who wislieil to retire a few years for the Mdueation of his fniiiily, tWeadvaiitagi'S of a pleasuiii soi:iety, learuing, and relire-luenl b.-liit: co'.ubini'd. The riaV.li'iicr Hi.l sIipm Ihe prt-inises.and Charles Fcrrier, Atcouiitunt in Edinhnish ; Mr. \V. Speiis, .'ili, Surrey -^t^let, Strand, Loudon; or Stewari (irace. Clerk  .                             " The Preiiiis.'b w ill be let f.ir 2. ft, or more years._. rfflAYLOR and HKSSEY rchpfilftiHy iuronn \. the Publ c, that Ihet are prinling a Colli ciioii of the j most adiiiiied Works of tne i.;LA&SIU Al'l tlORS of ! 3ttE.\r llRirAlN, in uew aud unifonn Editions, whicli, i April 1 are taken froiii the best .Masters. Publishi-d by T.-(Jardinrr. Prinres-street. Cavpndish-\ fqware; W. Miller, Alb�uiarle-.-tr.;ct; ;tnd J. and A. Arch, j Conihill._____�____ This day is published, elegantly printed in 4 vtdi. cnall Svc* price U. 4s.'in boards, rpHE MUSI'>v IJOVVKR.   Embellished with JL  the Beauii � of ICnglish Pneirv. Friiiled fi.r W. Plant i'iercy, corner of FJy-plattc, JIoI-bom-b-:t Tl"        Ittmes comprise a Iwge Collectinn of the most c�te ntdp- luclionsid ihpB>iiish Mu.e,inrludioj the prin-VCw   .Ittnemis Pi >, .No, 43, N'Tta Haanver-slrepl, Kdinb'irsh ; and John Ar-. Cher, and Woinnaml Cuminirg, Dnbiro. Siib-erib rr" 111 this J.mr.uil ar � requpstpd lo give their ord r� to thrir respective Boiiksellers or Newsmen, either in town or CTitiMtrv. ART or ELEGANT COMPOSITION. I This dav is pnbliphcd, in r-ijal 12mo. a New l-.dition, price i     7�. 6rt. bouad and lellcre'd, wiiji Ihe foil a'.lowiuice to ,S<-hiiids,'. rjpHE ELEMENTS of ENGLISH co.mpo- jL. SiriO.N, designed in.-� C"ur�i' of Kducnlinn tosurceed to the Study of the I'^ughsh Grammar anrt the learned Languages, jtnd adapted to the Use of Per.-ons ia general wh-J n ish tu acquire a good Style. Bv DAVID 1RV1NG,-LL.D. Printed for Ric-Iiard Phillip'. No. ri, isridge-s'r !in ; and all other IJoo^-.'eller?.-Of whom may al>o he had, LETTI.KS t.. ms SON onTASfi.. LITERATURE, and COMPOSITION, '>j the late Rev. (Jcorje Grporv, D. U. &c   Pr CP 13s. in ho ir; s. This dav was published, price 2s. 6d. - | ACATALOCiUE of UOi>KS, in various IfHiigdagPS, f.ir l8 W. CDiiipr-hendiiig oni'* l.ilirnries j rjei-nll) pureliased, and including; sev.-ral rare .-ml eurioui ; Arlii Irs.-Jo be .old for Riady >loj.ey, by W illi.un hiack I wiH>d, No. (�4, S:>ulh Bridjje.street, oou isile tin,- College, ! Edtobonth.   .Vlareh I, itkj-!. ' { 'I he full valiii- given fur Libraries or Parcels of Hiioks, j <-i,thfr iu Money or Exchange. i W. H. c-'!'""ue  UTllOTO. I AS I 'M Y, ini-luil\iig Hints for the nior*- ready and f-afe prr-fomianc .if the 0,..-r.ition.(-vith an l-.iigniviiii ). To which an-added. Observations on Ihe Chinin-y-Swecppis' Cancer, nud other .Mircellancous Rem.irk=.- IVy \V, Sl.\li\LONS,Sur-geon. Printedf^r Vernor. Ilood, and Shar^e^ London; J. Clarke arid Co. and W. [<.rd, Maiichest- r.__ rORlSI This day is pMblished, with 1. T most GRK............. . _ for cheapuess, elegance, and accuracy, have never yet been equalled. This Uaywns pulilisbt'd, elej:antly printed in Foiul-cap 1 6v id Vcriior, Hood, and Shaipe, 31, Pi>ullry. ! The t;it Z�>ii of the World will he c-i'mpletpd io Four I I'.'irts, :iai will be surcecded by llie Minor, a Periodical j Paper, in Ihree \ olnnies. . Everv VVoik will be complelean | itseli. aiid eiiirrelv iiidepeiideni of the rt�l of'the Series.   A j Prospectus may b-.: had of the Publishers, and of ill! Uook- i DRTTRU^LW'S ELE.MENTARY BOOKS i in fucir ssi'iii-Catalogues gralir, No. 3, Palcri.o,ter- i V��.-Principles "I* Poliieiie-s for both Hvxcs. o's. h'd.- | 2. .\ System of Liiqmtie, 2s. 6d.-3. Houours of the I able, i with the Arlof t arviiig shcwu ou 2t) Cuts, 4s. -L Domrttic | Manag'TtiPnt for vtiuog Housekeepers, 2s.-I. An English . AeeiOence, teaching correcl Spt-ufciug, Is.-2. First .four Riles 3.Tni!d ! D!siluri:un I proper choice of Ihem delertniiied, 2 vol.-. iQs. Gd.--Memoirs � of hi^Kwn Life, 4Iik.M�. ' EX PER I .M EN 1 ^ L phIloso ph V. This d.ny �wi'-p puhH^hrd, in I'wo V olumes I2ino. ilUi'trated by ."Jd siip-^rior lirg'-aviwi, price 14s. ia boards,- and l�s. b'lund and |pt('*rpd, lOlHJLAR Li'XTURES on EXPERLMEN- TAL PHILOSOPHY, ASTRONOMY. .ind CHE-MI? T.RV. ir.tended chielly for the U-c of .S'i't'OENTS and i oin;; per son.�i. Hy GEORGE GREGORY, 0. D. Doctor ii; Philosophy nnd the Arts, Ac. ; late V ir.ir of Wesf- Ilani; J) m"stic Chapl-Vm to the Lord liishnp of Landatf; ' Anl^.^>r^>f the Lci-nomv "f Nature,  f HE F0R1-�ST PRUNEU, and TIMBER ami from every authentic soui^ce. The whole cLassed :wd ar-^ OWNER'S ASSISTANT; or a complete Prar-*   ntugcd accord'ing to the system of LinniEus.-By the l?cv. � - �  .     jij^,, I       |ji.\tiL.|-;y, i-'ellow of the Linnajan Society, andWc lirul Treatise on the Training and Manageitieni  lo Church and Sl.nte. Printed and pnbli.shed by J. Bell, OxtirdslreeL  JS-'EACINU A.>iU_ l|HOADSW()Ri5Xrs'tK'cdiiy' wiU be ' JlKAVERai.d'^N'AJHll.PROOFVi�,K HAfS^ JjgMrnTs. TRE.MAIJI ,ml Co. respectfully inform the a^r- '-�-'l?'*'^ "i*!**-^ of their Pr.rraise5 in Lu.Igaie- , tor'"""*,�*''V"i�nclng," price Oue Guinea, 10s. in he daid in advance,-aud the remainder on.'delirfpryv .*>�bfccriheri will be so good lo soi'id their nniues iuearlv aj pi�s-ible, as only therumbrrof oipics still cribcd for wiUbe pri.itcd. Timlier Jrees, whether intended for use,''shelipr, or orn;i-inPiit, including an examination of the properties of, I'.nglish Fir '1 imber, and a new syflcm for the tnatiagemeiit of Oak Woods. 2. The PROFITABLE PLANTER; a eompl tc Tre.i-tise on PlBn�ini,.o.-i rvers variety of soil and situii:ii.m, with Plate, Svo.;;s.- Sy WILLIAM PONTEY', Nurseryman, Planter, aud Forest Pruner lo Ihe Duke of IJedfnril. Loedm: Prinle.l for J. Harding, 3S, St. Ja:ncs's-strppt. Dedicated to the Queen.-This dny is pnbli-hed. Tenth Edition, with considerable additions nnd iniprovpnieiits, and an eiwraii'd Portrait of the Author, price -Js. (Id. ATREATISE on FEMALE COMPLAINTS. -By E. SENATE, M D. Ai this book i's intended fnr, adapted, and earnestly re-conim--nded to the-perusal of firmales in every rank of life, th'- author biia been under the necessity of expressing himself with tiial penp'ciiity which will reuder it inielligihle to every reader, and emible evpry female to asceriain with pre-c si .'u Ihe triie state of her biiillh. at the same time that it paints out pr-.per remeilips for wus^^diieases, and prevents Ihe npce.s>il) of revealing those t^rcuia-taucrs which the native modest) of the set proinpis there to.conceal, too often to their very maleri.-il i-ijury. For these reasons each hook i� sold sealel up aud it is r-quested that ib�f seal may nut he brok#n by aay but a Feiihile. Published by the Author; and S .*el) printed Volume, kinail lict.avo, containing ten useful Plates, price 7s. bd. in boards, a n-'w I-di�ion �f ANEVy SYSTEM OF DOMESTIC COOK. FRY, formird upon Principles of i'.connmy, and adapteiHo the use � I'rivate Families. Coinprising also the .\rl of Curving, Observations on the .Man.-igement of the Dairy, and Poultry Yard; Imtruclioni fur Home Hrewery, Wines, &c.-; Cookery far the Sick, and for the Poor; many vrVy useful Miscettanvnus Receipts, and directions �pn>per t<� be aiven to Senrants both in town and country. X-w hieh is prWixrd, an Essay on Dome-tic Economy .-u-' Household Aiaiiageaent, ciunprising many ohser�ati�ii  in a plain sensible maniH-r that every bmiy r.iii anderstaiid ; and -these are uot confineil merely tu cinikery, bat arecxteoilrd lo a Tariety "bKJl- i" use in families; by which nieatis the ntilily of tSe bnok is very much i�cre;ised iidteil."-Ami-Jncobin Review, p. 4:15- Prioti-d for John Marrmy, 32, Flert-strerljiuid John fJar-ding, ^t- iamps'isireei, London. Sidd .nls<� hy every 2S��ukieUerifti:4 Aewsman lUr^Jtjshout ihe Empire.       - ^ , of Si. Peter's College, Cnmbridge. I    This u ork has been proii'iunced by competent judges, both I at home and abroad, to Ik-, one of the most enjertaining in I the entire compass of literature.   Its translation into the j French language, its republication in America, and the rapid j s.iie -if surces-ive large editions at home,are so many demon- ; straiive proofs ef the high estimation iri wlii^h il is held by i naturalists, by condactors of seminaries of education, and by I the public at large. I     Printed for iiichard PhiMins, No. G, J3rida;e-street, Black- ! frt:in, and to be had of all Booksellers.-Of wboni may be J.'''tHE ELEMEN'TS of NATURAL HISTORY, for the Mse of Si-lioalsnnd young Persons, with engraved lepre-spntnti'-n-'of two hutidrrd olijects. By the Kev. W. Mavbr, LL. D. Rpctor of Stonesfield, &c. &c, price bs. bound, or le^. fid. witli the plates rolqnrpd._ JOHN PALETHORPE HEA'IH, of Notting. h:!m. re-ppcifnlly iiifornis the'Mercliants, TradesineB, and Public at Large, thai Me-^srs. ShawnnTt i;dwnrd�, (foot-w.-iv) Sr. Paul's t'liurch-Yard, are herehy aiipninted-Wbirfesale. and Retail Agei^, in conjunction wfth Mr. Bonsey, Broad-street, I-"xfhange, for the Sale of Juniner's-Essenr'e* of Peppermint and Peiinyrnyal, and Heaih's Spda--iMrfoT iheTooili Ar*lv. - The rrp.ifation of the two former, !is Articles of Commerce, and Domestic .Merieine, is .fully rsfahlished in the Public esiimal-on ; th-� lalter is now foe tiie lir-t lime, respectfully stihrr.itted to thi ir altiTti"n, as th*? MoEt EO'ctual Remedy for Tooth Ach-.pver  ll'-r.-fl to jinb-licN'olice. having invariably snrceeiled >�lipre eyeiy otii-r remedy (save pximction) liad failed.-Snld aNo bv .Mpi-ir-. Newbery aid Sons. Dircyand Co. Ball-r, BareUy.lnd S.in, lW>wardand I'.vaii'', t and one or more rt-s^jectalile Ven-iterB in pv.t* T>n*n of the Uliivd Kjn;di�n. B OLTO.\'S TJNCTURA  ASTiLMATlCA, __' for Cough', Coids, Aslbmas, f onsiii'ipt-on?, ard jiH Dtsordprj of Ihe KreasI and Lungs. 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