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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ATP. 4,319. MONDAY, Price 6d� LAST WEEK BUT TWO. illO.-TheatreRoya!, Haymarket,- ffrsiTCAl'TLK, Kfagravcd upon a large U*'"..   . i-.,-,7h� aiimitv and fine �hauc and bv Mr, Gerraid, ^olcb (Tattle wilJ-_ uitt all the booksellers liuited, ---- . fit. A. No-12, QneaiV-buildiP^, Kni�;litshridKf.. TSTEiceltcnt FAiWILY HOUSK, newly fitted A up Biidfurnished, i�a goud sireet| in Tth^ tfejibiwriiuoil of llaiiover-jquare    it makes 13 beds, it Sjstolr cases, and large r , on the gtoaoA and jloore 5 l� be-Let for a year; or a. shorter period as dtreei on.  tor further unrticulari euituire of Mr. ftiii.59,' W3rdiiur-!treet.-*-li will only be let to a caivful I Eectablo family. "      . A'^NrfU.ITIES.-Teti Years lOurchase will lie iii:ffli;iii;iteiygi*eit for Amiuiiiessrcuped i^jon Fieeho'.d, Cojfli'W.'"r Jonj; L*Jfcon montage 5 �MeW years jjorclia-vwiai lihewite bt- piven f�r Annuities oijKuii^ LivMteruredonthelike |ir pertv. th.- InterA:stof Moiiev ill ihe Fiinds, CUttrch Frefci incnt, �r Mar: iagre Settlement where llie parlies bavi; only a tifc Interei-t. l-ri tificrcasf Jhegriuiter wHI have tbr pnwer of redeetniug the liSPif.. Ave^y prnonally, by lettir (post paid; to Mr; Bet'rd.>'o. 28, ^orthiniibc/landrslreet, Storid. VICTUALLING OFFICE, March 2. ISTO.    , ^OUNTRY HOUSE.-Wanted from 10 to !00 rW^RE CommUsioners for Vktualhng Ht� Ma- ;       miles dislai.t from London, to rent on a long lease or jL itslti.s Nati^ do heniy give Notice, that on Frida;, ; purchase, a small House with Gardeu,^ situated in a town or i papulous village, and suit-ihle for a Shop.-Direct, post ; paid, ttatiog particulars, situation, &c.*for T. F. Aui>er, TfVE THOUSAND t'OUiNUS. rf^ENTL^SMEN, posstased of Incomej |jrafi*''�froin rrreliold, CopylioTil, or Leasehold l'.s late, Marriage Sctlietiieiiis, or aTi\ other Property, and tlwe of respectability havfijg personal si-curity only to oOVr;-nav bewpplied-with the whole, or any part of the above ijiB.onpajiiijniinmtyioUirest forthe sawe, with liberty t  jftHtn ine Bfiucipal, at the ple.-tsure nf the borrower, and tke buiiness completed without tlic dela}^.'usually attending iiese^raieaMioiis. Leltf^amirefjcd (postpaid) to Mr. Heramiiig, N�. 23, jaYili^r<^n', Borlh^oM-firwf, Lmidoii, wiH he duly an-i'ner^i hat    personal ajtplications wiU be received. ONiiV.-Me*Sja. LUCAS and (jo. beg .eavc to mforrii those that mity be in vraul and dcvirousot IrforrowiBg te*pofary 6r peraHUicut sums of MOW E V, t'lat they CBO at all liffl's advance osv swn (rom I ije/. to lO.OJOil. �tdnp�i!fils, off personal tecarily, or any olhcr aris^ngfrua MsrnaRe Settieffienft Mtmcy ia lb* Funds, Clergymen' LiViBj*, or Fre'tbnld, Couybotd, and LeiU(;1io!dx'-stnie8, on 'iiiemoittBirandliohaurabfeleniM.  And Meesie. L^:ra f*t)Uecurfd Annuities. _ Iw INVENTION.-J. T. RIGGli'S txle- atotttJkjAGJJKTlC TABLET, for sharpening Ra-~..i�p�>Vrintii>les of tjovdtyrease^, iiidcpciiileacc, aiid as-Afedkumas, i*s(�lilat the Invenlors Warcliouscs, No, 5'i, � nuWreeli Gnwowt-square; tind 55^ Cheapyjde. 'ilic &hu�e ioftotiunis a^iienomenon iit the art^ of liic ntiiui.-t public Utility; and.Kill be found even ou a cafsory in-$fKlDti, thegteat^ stretch of invention ever produced by aniigfciiaiiruveoient; ft is conveiiitutly porf.tWc, aud not JtaUn* trout repair, in the iii'Jst intemperate cliiiiate, being addnelevel. .. The-ak�fe is pirticiilarly t^e.�mmen(led to those who caooottM'' a hose iritb efl�;ci,or w hivh.uve not "jiportunitti's of applyu^ to ICuilers. E:icli TabTi-t will he sold signed J. T. Rigge, iit Red Ink a m.^CTS. Coniini-?a:v-(ienerar8 Ofiitip, Great George-ftreef, London, Fel>.*24, 2809. "VTO'I'fCE is hsrebij ^iven to all Persons de- sirous of contracting lo supply the foUuuAng Articles., I or the Usi.of Ike Army, viz.- liRlvAD-Totli;: Maj-s'.v's Land Forces in Cantonments, Quarter.-, and Jiairack-s, in dieuiidermenlioJied Cuisniiesand lilanil-Aliieriicy, Aiigl-si';i, Ucdford, ikrks, iii-ruick, Brecon, Bucks, Camhriilno, Cardigan, Carinarliicii, Carnarvon, CiiLster, ConiMall, (including Scilly), CmiibiTluiid, Denbigh, Derby, Devon, Dorset, Durham, i'ifscx, Flint, Glamorgaui Clo.stcr, (inern-i-y, Hants, Herel'orii,! llerlfiird, Hunts, isle "f Airui, l.sle of Wight, .Icrsey, Ivenl, L.incaftcr, Leicester, Lincoln, iVlirioii.-tli, AiidifK'Scx", iMonmuuth, iVJont-, gomcry, iNiirfolk, Nortiiainiit^ni, Murlliunilicrla.id, Notlitig-^ ham, Oxford, Pembroke, Radr.or, (tutkiiid, Salop, Somerset, Stad'ord, Sull'-dk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwick, Westu'.ore-land,._Wiitr. \Yorceitcr,an(l Vork. OATS.-Fo lli.i .\i:rjc>tv"s Cavalry in Cantonments, and QuarUri in ti.e tiii'leniw/mioiied Counties and Islands- Aiigle.-fii !{?dfonl, Berks, tleiwick, Brecon, Eucks, Cam-' britige, C:irdig;4ii, llarniaitheii, Carnarvon, Chester, Cornwall, tJumb'TlaiKt, Deiiliigi'i, Derby, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Kliiu, Glaniorg.m, Glostef. Hants, Her<-fi)rd, ilciiford, liiiiiis, Isle of V ?X, Hauls (including the Itle of Wiglit), Kent, LancasU-r, Mid- at Mr.iBiPKle^'s, New Inn, near Strand, London, will, approved, be immediately answered. if And others, as� ual, of 50i. %l. &c. besides a Grand Prize of JlWO whnk Tickeis for the First Day, and amither of 500 ilhole'liRkcf, fortJieSecond-Day;    .,, S\V 11 T and Co..     leave to recommend the Scheme of nf Ihcyrefcut Lottery as'afl improvement upon that of ihs n't Loffervj wkith gavtf universal satisfaclioit.  By this Srhcme 1 he Tickets aje rt'ndered more viilnable than in .nny ftrmcrer Lottery, Uieir nunUier being reduced to 18,500, ' ilf'.'f'.'ert.iinty of their obtaiidnj^ the s.nrie amouirt in Prizes that h:tf been allotted fo^OiOOO^Hckets.        . =Tickets and Slmijes are on Sale !)t SWIFT and Co.'sOffi-^n-II,,PoultryV^lb.l?; Charing.Cross t am\ \o.31, j^ionte High-street:; n;bere Capital. I'rizoslof tlie last and 'ate Lotteries to a very great amount have bcen^&haired and soln. ^ iSvdNSHiaK.-^tiKO*J TUMBKU lit for , the NAVJj.-To be SOLD by AUCTION, at the �ilooins, mBanBtaple," oh Friday the lOlh day ot March w�, pictisyly: stifdnr o'clock in the afternoon, in lots, 800 capital OiUC TREES, with their Tops and Barks, now stendinf and �rawiDg in Youl|tbn Wood, in the pa-*'*"�S|irweU,.about three miles from the Seaport town of Bdrostapte afoK^d.- ForvIewtMlhesanie npplySto Mr. John Guanf, Timber-7",^yor,at.I'ilton ;^and further particnlais to Mr. Horwood, IL"Sh"^ Coti-flenrBarnstahle aforesaid. ifteiwithaser.willbereouir^to pay down a deposit of gt- perce^Loasignteg (ConiMif f. ' . lALE'BY ADrCTlON. Vawlal Town Residence, Stnnhope-street, May Fair, writh UonbleCoach-htinse and Seven Stall Stable nearly adj.iin-3�ff>-By Mk;JAMES DENEW^iJB the Premises, on - /aj?as�>Alf, Alarch 9. at twelve, in Ttvo.Lots, This day is be published, pric%. UROPE; LINES on the- present WAR.- I ^    Bv REGINALD HEBER, M. A. London: Printed for J. Holchard, Bookseller to her Ma-jcstv. 190, Piccadilly; who will speedily publ'isb a fnurth Kdition of Pofiiis, by thfe Rev. George Crabbe, A. M. in two vols, smalt octavo".   * In the Press, aiiA speedily will be published, in 8vo. SECRET HLSl'ORY of tlie Court of JAMES the FIRST; containing Osborne's Tradilional Memoirs; Sir .'Anthony Weldon's Court ao;l Character of King Jiimes; Aulicus Coquinarice; and Sir Edward Pe>ton's Rise :md Fall of the House of Stuart. Printed for John Balluhtyiie and Co. Edinburgh ; and John Murniy, London. "THiTnEW CARICATURKS,MRS. CLMIKE. &c. This day is published, by Thomns Tc-rg. No. Ill, Ch. apiidi-, Ti nod may be had of nay Eookseller in t'm Kia^^dom, THE following NEW CAIllCATURKS, rela. dington. Lanark^ and Perth.-As also Forase to all Horses kept for His Majesty's service in the islands of Guernsey, Jerseyj and, Alderncy. That the ileliveries are to eotnmcttce on and for the 25th day of April iicjt; tha( Proposals in writing, sealed up and marked, " 'I'ender f,;r Army Supplies," ici// be rtceiecd at this Oj/ice on or before the SO/A day of March, (bat none tcill be received after Eleven o'Cloe/; on tuaftlay), and if sent by Post, (he postage miisl be paid. Pnipusah must be jnatle separately for each County and Isianit, except for the Counties coinposingNnrlh and South tfnles, oil of :o!hich must be included in one 'Tender / and each Proposal niusi be aci:oitipaniitl by a letter from ttco Persons of kttoitn Propert^;^ engaging to become bound with the Person tendering, in the amount irhi^ may be required, for- the due performance of the Contract; and no Proposal vcill be noii'ctd unless mode on a printed, lender, and the Prices expressed in tcords at- length, not' ' iittless the Party, or an Jgent for hun, personally attend pa the foUotcing day to Imoiv the decision thereon; and should it so happen that during the continuance of the Contracti no. 'Troops should be -siaiioned or supplied in the County, (heexpcnrcs of ijie Contract and Bond, piiid in the first instance by tfie Contractor, to be refunded to him by the Cominissiiry Otnarah Parlimilars of the Contracts maybe had upon applicalion al this Olficc, beltcecn t/m hours of .Ten and J'nnr; al the Office of Mr- Deputy Commissary-General Lindesny, Edin-h'lirgh ; at the OJficK of*h: jissistant CKinmissary Lu'scombe, Guernsey; and at ihe.OJ}icc ^f Mr. Assistaut Coinntissary Dumaresq, Jersey. Nutc.-As some very material alterations Ivave lleen made in ti;c Bread, Oats, and Forage Tenders, such Persons as may be desirous of tendering to supply, the same, must apply for'thc proper pariiculars, nnd it is also nccassary for sucli Persons to take notice, lhat unless the Lettn", which is an-�exed(oihe Tender, is properly filed up by their sureties, their Proposals will not t)c noticed.'_ CUSTCJH-HOUSE, LONDON, Mareh I, JWi). For SALE," by order of the Honourable the Commissioners of his Majesty s Customs, on Tuesday the 7fh. "Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday- the 9th of March, 1809, at Four o'clock in the afternoon of the said day�, precisely, in the Long Room, Castom-house, London,      � u: THE foJIowiny GOODS, whifh.ate allotted in small quantities,.forthe better accommodation of the ."(cveral dealers, as ivell as private persons, wh� [cfioosc to become purchasers t-, *   . For ExporiaiioB-East I'.idia Fi-obibltedGoods, &c, FOrHome Consanp'tion-^Spirituons' Liqaors,'Wine,Ch five to the PRESENT INQUIRY.Price only ls.e�-h, coloured-I. The Dake's Love Letter. Truvistie  2d. The Dissolution of P.irlnership; or .Mrs. Clarke winding up her Accounts. 3d. Daysof Prosperity iiiGloucester-phice, 4th. Mrs.';Clarke's Levee. 5th. The Ambassador of Morocco, (ith. The York Magician!! 7lh. The Bfshop of Oaua-bur?h's Pilgrimage to CInnccster-place. N. B. One .New Caricature will, be published regularly . every day during the present inquiry.-Please to orderTegg's ,Caricatures, price lo. each. Jnsi published, price Half-a-Guinea, N ANSWICR to the (;nALLr:NGE given by W. BLAIR, Esq. A. M..ind publishc-d m Dr. Rees's New CyclopiBiIia i wsiere this Gentleman iii-erted a Cipher of hisoivn iareiilioij, which is ab.-ululrlj in-cruutble without the Key. " He has ventured to cnitravp the Key itself, and y.t defies nny of h'S readers to e.vplain the princijde by ivliicli it is rompos'-d, or to .give him a similar piece of wiiiins. The Inv ubniit any SHch pniposal to the .|udgnicnt of inferior clerUs, who, p.-r-haps, know nolhing beyond the iriechaiiical u?e of Cipiier.-!. and are totally uiiquaiilied to jipprecia'c the mTit^ of a scieniiBc inveutiou. At present, he li;is therefore not oh .->e)i to divulge the principk of this Cipher tn any person livini;;" but " c ralleiigcs all the scrnliniziii;'' poivetllof man." However, ";ifti-r such an unprecedented Challenge,' it is discovered and published, containing, an oxtr;:ct of the Inventor's Challenge, v,-;tli the specimciis, and .-in engraving of the Ont-Wriling; t py uniler cover, and sealed with his own seal. Sold by Crosby and Co. London; J. W. IT. Payne, Norwich ; J.. Wade, Lynn ; and T. JoU^i-oii, Sniiiriino). PulRIS, Feb. 17. Our troops have entered Vigo. Major Nicolas, at the head of a squadron of ihc lat regiment of hussars, ctjmpellcd the fort tostirrenJcr. Tiiirc were in ihe port three guti-boals', each artncd with a 24-poi^nder, a number of niariive elTccts, and a well-protisioncd arsenal. At Redondela, a Rue-sian corvelte, of 30 guns and 100 men, was found belonging to the squadren of Admiral Siniavin. . Three thousand men of the English army had embarked at Vigo. 'J'hey had scarcely left Ihe port when they wrerc assailed by a violent tempest. Six transports suuk iu the op.a sea, with 12'J0 men on board. . fJerjeral FiiANCEScfn has entered Tnj. The Duke of DalmAtia has marched towards Opoi-to. The English E.Ypcdition in Spain has been extremely unforlunate. Thirfeen of its vcst/s have perished on tbe coast of Uriltany ; and many olhrs. havfe been cast cn the coast of Sjfiin. Tbe Duke of Elchinrex aiinouucis from Gali-cia, that tranqiiillity is perfectly rcstablished in that great prorim.e. The foIlow'Ug ciroular note has been a(]i!re.?sed to the Princes of the Second'Class of the Coiife-.V-' ration of Rhine, hy his SerCne Highness (he Prince of Nassau Usingen :- " His Imperial and Royal Majesty of France, has by a writing under his hand invited Serene  Highness to make known to the Princes of the -Confederation of the Rhine, (he sentiments ^vhich animate him in favour of-Ibt (ranquillicy and repose of this nation, of which his Imperial aud Royal Majesty is the powerful protector. The Spanish armies areilisperscd; the Engli.e viewed at- Wycherly's Yard. The . Boats, Timber, Mats, &c. the Tobacco Ground, Kother-hltbe, andalltbe other Goods at his Majesty's Warehnuses, Custom-hoose; London, on Fridaj the 3d, Saturday the lib, and Mond.iy fheGth.-of Jklarch, 1809, and onthed--vy� of S.i!e, fromNineinthcJMomiogtoonein tbe Aftemoii;i. Where Catalogues will be delivered. n. B. Goods boDgbt at this Sale mnstlie paid/or iw or beforc&vtardaytheasth of March, 1S09, between the hours ^' of ""pe o'clock In tbe looming and three in the jjitemooB,or 1 bvthe the deposits made tberenn will absolutely become forfeited, [ and tbe goo^ mold at a faturr siile'. fear; its augost protectorAviil defend its limits with j f^jr a claim for eulogy 1 What glory fur Briti."! more than sufficient force. � � The Tmpetial Coiirt of Austria will .probably return to a system on which depends the gen The same paper contains thejfollowing noi � ! a paragraph A>i an English ^ piper, announci . .  i the p'Tcparations .of the British to'eVacuate Ly-'. ,  , ____preparations franquillily.-'"Neverlhelcss it is i.ndispcnsibly ne-, j jj^j,._    - cessafy, in tlie present slate ef his affairs, and his i There is indeed a fine and'grahd resnlt of ycuj. Imperlai and Royal Majesty desires, that'the i brilliant expedition to Portugal}� You are drive,, IVhtcesof the Cpofbderacy of. the Rhine, form] !ir^y,^y,f^4^�i!:!^riS'#:r'^^ their conlingenLt, aniJ hold them ready to march. " JIaviiig the honbiir to communicate to yon The Engliili Parliament will, without.doubt, ^ote its thanhsto.the fro.cps froin Pbrtijgal.   It wjH without doubt, sec in their flight dfjevv and nor present, tho titjering disposition of your ; less evident proof of theirrcat Tficfory gained b-_augustproteGtorvW�hede(naml< which are joiri- ; the English at Corunna-.*'  -     .  -   

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