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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 7, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ^.-v.: ...... . T an E�0M-5at Coirfl �f Mayor and Aldermen, AUJtoX t'ouneil eiwnlief Of �l.e Guiiahall of.,tbe LlCC'FURlvS oi.>UDWIFI>R,'y:. U.CI^OliaU., Pj.ysicjan and MatiwidWHc to J'beXpurt))4yi>jSrMH>>ijrd.a M'itn Me oftlni Cijy is wfcU r.il-tbUudto; .....------' -..... :^)tal Police is " mriibout-Uie . --,---jjKce'oPfit aod *ble�iiRekec^e� in tie (eremltVoAlaiieilcs .or.this Xfly tu'be wionied (  the CcnrtoMUeinMci^'to.beadmitteJanil swum t�i>nS>� tii hSce otCwstabieffiiifaithaithe httt Fuppiy ur.iiim Giiffub. �|ijiiiati!Stiiti4i^i� r0>erv�dianof the peace uud gusd ^rtoKeiJ, Thit tfli�iWrlT been tbennxitfus care^ara ,Iri�ourofthet:�u��o<'Alcfcmieti to aU.ir.l^vcry IcffiJ pro---rio.iiathcir^iia.qtfic,w iu Ihe duirdijchanje of lUcir f aiid to prostjeute To the .utmost all tno.-e who have "^and h- ieifu�l'j kniinte! _w;oou;jiiqttPK. i'HappBarihg tliat'cJertaiii FKES aiid GllAlUI- 'titii iMi filw-flt patuSlle* 4if iiiividcterip'iinn are, fptiii .A'eiice-jMi, ti bv paid t^jttteoeixii by. any ^ervttnVuf \bf Cum- '-4ai�alrni f>�4.'F u{;1l)tiii.vin�diu�vi>f tttc Memlwn .^^\ke^tiaui0,^pt3uiiog relkf from the heavy burthens ^S(WT^i<%i^%ntd ^liliM-fti!%'luiinn be.tntert--,ialB�iW)LiiiidW,*^p��r TJi|eM s/uriL toRf^JVf tHB'(iitur..-< to tlie Petitiuu. _______/'i&*tlitfHe While lliirt lni�, t�a M ^i> uubtUbed, JIfAftY Am CLARK E, %J>l�ln*Uj(jMtttil-iAilib^lei*e.Winform their FrteDdsand nrrrtpti; I- iiRi'.^-^'^c"**'*'* * WiW�hou�e for the sale SL-7Jty"?'.^,i ka-Yetiotee'tyetHat tow and iffl "5 -�.'^l^�K*!*Iif*?:""�*Wt^ Coflceihouses. tnav be ^MiTT J^^'''*^*^***^^      titat considerable aiiow- 5!!T�.-i.lS5i>^^^;iJrt34,!K)d*----id, ^�t -ii..........lis �d. -:';::i:.'.�,'_____ ...../;i'�F;> i.li v ;>.'. lisOOtt ^�iU.:^:ii4�/v.>-..        "SiOtM ft^nr. "'**�'KlKTJ�i hi-s to engage liim&'lf iii'ji KitWemaii or firm ��t:i:iii'j family, to instrbct rtiie brlinorepH-pilfe ill ifie rjjiJiiiliini of lli*; Uuin and Gi^ek Clns�ics-IhtXr ti�rsf)i�t-j)a�il ;lioM4i� 1).;L. V. Xavislock Hiitcl, CovciU-Giirilen, will b^.a^e.-ilfd to,- Ite^jlVcliible reference can be' given.-A dl t;t)ice nut further tlian iOO miles ft-oiu tdivU' would be prcfiTreJ. j . ' 1' riiO PARMKits.-WaiiiLcl tu bourd and lodij* JL" at a ftinii-h�u-e, disliuice from toAtit uluiit tjiimty -   - .   - --------   --------------poirt- I'laiil, fni'iM. .M. Mo; 17, Cuiiiiii^rcfr>rMtdr Bluciifriardrroswi,. i�jli ftg^tieodedjto in a few d.iyi'i .    - >     . / THOMAS PANION, IJsq. deccasetK-A1^ Pers>�n� liifvlu^ ariv cL-finunr demandi upon (be Ltstala and UllVcts of Thninds t';uit�ii, rlaie uf. Nt'w^arket, in the CuUiity of Cauikriil;;e, and of roi ifond-placc, in the County of Mi'drilese*', Ksq. il-reasid, arc requrtted tn send particulars ttiereof to Mr. �k desirnuf �>f hecnming pufrliosers will InHge their offers with Alexander Croinbie, Advocate, in Aberdeen, be-fore the 15th Mai-Hi inst. .   �      : ; .   . T^EVONsiilllK.-^HllO.SSs t^iMtihH. lit" 'for JL^ tUe NAVy;-To be .SOI.DM.y AUCTION, dt the (fiM>His, in liJinistajile,' nn. ri'ida;y Ihe lOfh day of M,irch .�B?�t, puciwrly tct four o'clock"in the aftcmpon. In loy, . 50J vwpital 0.\K Tlli:i;s'. w'Slh their T=ui-hi>u'e, lioDdon, ''J'^Jlli followiiig (lOOD.S, which arc allrtltfd in JL small ijiiintitiei," for the better accommodation of the sevrrttl dealeri, as well .ns i>tivaie persons, whs |,chonsc to beconle purVhji.'crs :- For ICx^iriation-Kaft India Prohih'tedGoods, &c. ' F tion-Spirituous .L�qM�r!:, Wine, tJhina, Tea', Codec, Chocolnle, Grocery, t '. Silk Sforltintfs, Bales of 'i'hrnwii Silk, Garnrts. Conieliiin H^tds, Fnn^, ("ongs, Hmn-hnzecn.�, l^oats* Timber, Mat?. T.^aec, Snufl", rar|jau-Ijos, ColKilt, an I juiidry other Goods, as liientiuned in the t'alatogiie.  CleAf of all Unties. ..    ., The Tariinnli.ns tO; be viewed at-Wycherlj-'s \fl.nl. The .Boats, Timber, Mats, fic. the Tobacco Grtiuiid; Rotber-bithe, and all tlic: other'Gdofis :;t his Majesty's Wrtrehonses, � Custrtm-house, LmidOn, onrFr'id.ny the Jd, Saturday the 4th, and Monday 4he (itfi of March, J8o9, and on the days of Sale,' from NiiW m Ike Morning to'one in tbe Aftemomi. Where 6alsK>gues will he-delivered. : Hi a. Goods, Jiojtght. at this Sale.nwst.he paid for on or before Saturday Ibe^Jth of March,J8l)9, between the hours of nine o'clock in ti-eipirmins-.1"d t*ee In the aftenioon, or the deposits made thereon will absbltitely become forfeited, and the guudsrrebold at-.a future �nte,. -�__ THE DSm OF Tajik.     Ctf^e.-^ENEuA'L Cr.Xtnc.tSG. . Mr.":. Ci:.A.RKE sajs, 240^ jdcncral ClXt | TERiN^q being: a distressed.niiin^ he vns then a Co- ; loael, t .f^pok.c to.ihe Duke respecting him, and 1 hafil a ^rcat (ical of dllTicutly, more so than as to any other man I tver applied for in getting any soiivi erhplpymcnt fiii- him.  At last I prevailed-: oil tht} Duke to giTC htm a' District, and *ith U hc.niad^s.hima Brigadier-General, entirely through : my Oieaps.   Jle afterwards isked mc to get bitn a i regimcIl^, and f.-aring lljey tnightail be given away i b^ai"c,h|3 Royal iiigjihess came to Idwii, I wrote ! t^.jbini.whenth^was rcvifiwiijg along the coast.^ I ijfsrc is tjjo letter mU'ich Iiisllpyal Itighness %vrqt4! in K-Uck-be iBdotious dtsuvral Ci.ArEiUi>'uV na.mc' � Addressed to jbe reda^ed^towards which T^n^li^'ing o^td . � conduce.^.     '.'^ ..'   -       �/'i-^-C'iJ.J"' ^* Sho'uld aij oj>pflftmiit^ pt^cbr^ iJo'OTb^it fp^^ Royal"Hi'ghness, wtehoutarguing too�^rbi^yn't*in*il,*ij|jB � . must be tired to death. wHbprnpdSalVt'tlnd a�;l wa^U np(. ;.. r, ercn through vi ciiftiiitdBS ji. c6anHel> fo'tfespuss '�� *' appear, costards' -iCapJIal Town Residence, Slnnbope^treM. May fair, with Double Coairh-h.mse ami S^eirSLiH St.able nearly adj-.m-ingi-By Mr. J.\MUS DE^Nw^^tt� .Pretuise*, on jCftpitfll Hyde%"rk".^hi pWipVrtV ^ �*f a NoMeroao $ |.ift>?rxcelJ�tt1Mk�pnrtK�veA dining^rpouijl.-irgc now window irhriry, frint tlrawing-rnoni �f^'"I'*^li''"'^�''"''TIS','^TfT.?!: ntSitftg vm a back dittovihreebed-eliamber* and fotir bftics, ''with pamViwis:.domestic pIDces.m the basfineot. GecV'e Jarq'dhai-, .Fitj. \e. 18, Oibuccstcf- '� p'lace, Porlmari-sqiiarc. - . : �-. �'  .' V Siindgate, Aug-.:5i, iSOV.'" : " rirtw^citnt stifficieifUy express tp my darling itfre ri^ thanks for her dear, dear letter, brthe delight^ which ttei assurances, of her love give mfrJ Oh,my Angell dome jfs. tice and be convindtd thai-there nevcj- was a wa^^^t^^ed as yoq nre. - I>very day; efefyr hfenr convinces me niorcand TOote, thirt..my whole..happiijess defends upon you aioue, �What a time it nppcars tij J^e since we parted, aiid wTih what impaticnc^.dn i loc�k forwajd to iKc day after to-mor-roiv; there ares!,in,.^ however, two whcile nights before I shall clasp my darling in my arms f. ^, - How happy am 1 to learn that ydd.afb belter; 1 still Jiowevet will nnt give np'my hopes of the cause of jmir feeling uncomfoi table. CInvering .'s misi.-ilirti,' my an^el, in .thinking that any new Regiments nre to tie r.niaed ; it is iiot intended, only second battalions to ih'e exisling cotps j ynil had better, therefore, tell him so. and that you were sure that there would belio use in applyingfor liiffi. " Ten thrfusand^ Ibanhs, my love, for the iKindkcrchieft, which are detightfnl ; and 1 need nbt,-! tmst, a�sjire yon nf the pleasdre I feel itt wcafing them, and thf liking uf the dear hands who made them for me. "Nothing coold be more satisfactory than the tour, i have made, and the slate in wbrcb t hnvfi f>i�tni etery thine. The whole of the day before yesterday w.is empliiyed ini visiting tfie works at Dover, reviewing the troops there, and examining Ihe coa  le of a passage in (his Idler too resembles that of the note about To." e:tjtwed on TAur�day?, Frtdawand^Saturd-^y;. gfe-cedi�gtlSle.byticKebmdy; AhrcS. with P^�!�*t*^'* ticiflTrs. mis Whad^of �r.'Uerie�, at hW AuctioniRoom, Ufiad Bferkeley.-sqnare; itti^titUL(Maledup}imtt ireaifor I , BAtttfTr ffo �^fte .'�-'�] > If'you ^i)prove Of dry reaitii^fgisHhe-DefetJCe ^Act Jo., refer to.'and do caininuoicate all the g^od tilings ip (be    u�i"' tu'wQ.' � Always very truly voufe, ..     ' ' ' �'. *'         .   'h. M.- GtAVERfyG.'J? �� .Mrs. Clatke.l?, Cldncester-placel Portm�n--$quare,^I<0B8^, * Afrbc.iR.M.ts. C-, ,.   Sept.:28.- i shall not p.dj-jue tbe partridgrs on the first of .SepteCl.^ ber; ontlie-coninrry., porpuse beingin London iata^ Coarse of Uie doming, and tieg you wiHsend niei^oH'ai ttfe Prisce of Wale� Coifee-bbuA, whether you cat* reedveilh; in tm^. nt)ou(six,oriater,Sf youpieaie; .r " Very truly yours.     .  �'JL-M. CLA.yEaiifGf.*   ' � - ' -f '        � ' - Utf, Clarke; IS.Gloneester-plaoe, Portfli:)o.s .-.�-.' *' The puT^iort n'Ffltts is to lh,-ink you foi- yift):a^eiiip.t,-tai pervE me, thuiii;h bnsuccetsfulfthe incli'naiiot^'belsgtbe same. , On Sund.iy next 1 propo�e being in (owp, if p'ossible; ^or arae day only.   Can you so  e' tjhijfei to J on to ascertain the truth 0% and to-acqnafnt me as sooo as po sible.-W. O. left ai'e ihismttniingfor town, to return again neit week." - ' Very fni�y> OUR, " if; M. CL*AVEltlNG." lie had been appointed a Brigadier-GcneW tti a large promotion of Officers to tbat rank,' slnd ho h^d been rfppdintcd Inspectirig Field O'lBcer of. a DistrlcJ. lie ilid not apply to Mrs; Cr.ark� for this ; biit he received the ihformitiiin of its biSin'g; intended to appoint any of the Brigadjer Generals to Districts, through Mrs. CcAnixe, a ni'jnth b^' fore It became public. He ticver gave hep attv thin* except a shiwl. He wasgivon touifdergtant� she had great infliieaci! in procuring military pro-mcfildns^ in censequcncc of which he w'sxjle tt� fici to obtain permission to raise a regiment, oflfc^-ing her liOOO/. if she succeeded. " Shfe'wrote tne-in rc-ply (Kat hid Royal Highness wduld not heir o� if, or soiited the idea, or words to tlht cKect; and coh=t'Q \ovan, amounts to preUy good proof on this point. Eighth Case.-Sam Carter. In December 1801, Lieutenant SdttoW senttn 3 writleiv recommendation to the Duke of York, in favour of Mr. SAjii'Et CAiitER, d lad of 15,' fur an Ensigncyj and the answer given was, that the ,r quest should be dtten ied-to-the first favc'trraWe ^ o{)portunity,. but that nothing Could be done tm-der present cirt^unipfances, p'cace having just been conchidei. "GAitTER vms a lad who attentlcd on Lieatenaat StJTToS as a servant, but he is stifpos-ed to be his natural son. StTtoN, Liough a very gay mdn, a charming singer, and a conviviitf cotn-piiiiioiT, frequently of the parties of the Priiicc of Wales, and Dulic ofYouK, was in bjtl circum. stances; but he bestowc/t pains on Caiiteii's edu-cation, and treated him with h\ctq kindnes!? than if he bad becti a commoit foot boy. Tfirou ;in-nlng of 1805, took Cakter to be one of her scr-vants. Carter never wore a livery, but he lived with the other-servants, did the business of afoot-man ; arid in particular waited on all o(scasjor.s with the other scrvaals on the Duko of Yeiuc a:ni Mrs. CiAKKKat dinner, consequently the Dirkc ..kne'^ him perfectly both by pcr?OT ati?! name. Mrs. Clause also took some paios with Cai|-tfr's education, anif she says she p^^eVailtxl upon the Duke to appoint bic to, sia Epsigncy in the 16tb Foot, In'-Maroh 1804, and then fhse Duke saw him after he had been gazetted, when lie catne back London to her for money, f^om the t'wpot at the Lie of Wight, wkore he had j�iinc^.  Jte   

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