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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                jriNSvntiarMoniiagfthe liUi of March, aSer. If ma wiU IM ]H�Mcbrd forthc BcntlC of this Charity, .Jrije i^irisb Cbttrch of ISl. Aiiir�, Soiw, by liie Rrferend' Sisn. W ERcV .tn the Chair. STEWARDS, * JOHN KELLEV,of �hc Wortley Arms,Wort- victualling office. March 2. isop. l�v, brgileave to acqoaint the Nobility, Opotrr, and "* 'T^HK Commissioners fbr Fidtudiine His- Ma  ? j IKN, Il�therhaiDt occupied by Mr. JiUin Bntty, ani! hapet by p�yi RED ACRHS, inaTicaljhy gf.Jainf�Aldinif> ' ' r, W. R.p^ BrowB, lifr.Slrubciifianaett, ' jlr..�tjftain Dty, fWdfthcSeortuy.- Mr. Stephen lon^, Mr.  ivi(�ijlary tioMe. firtlbClinty tiiH*ci�*^^�*lMut, jjBtot or iit Newiiiarket; in order (hat the Kiine ftiav ItS Mailifaied, andlhe netessary arningeinents.made fur the di:>-tbrreof.    � .   ' ''   _" W INVENTION.-J. T.RIGG&S cele. ... brated MA6KKTIGTABLET, for sharpeningRa^ I hm �*�n prioctples of Aoirelly, catre, indeiicndence, and as* laMtc^ is sold at the Inventor's W-e sold signed JiT; Rigge,io {ted lolcandnuMber, price 7s. Gd. |l|UIWY.^9^ittsi. JUUCAS and Go. beg leave ilGltoi^rorntlhnsetiiatmay be in vrant and deiironsoT Nrmiiigttwpnrarvorpifrotuuieiit soms of MON�Y� that ikntaDMalltiatsadissceonrsum (rom I GU<. to JVhOUOt. iMfMardi, OB pcrsbbal se^'t^,- or any otb*r ariirrogfi'oa Unr^P'l|cttl()mnb,'�Mc4Ky in the Funds, Cleriymcot lifivp, ar fVerbold, CoDybnld, aad Leasehold Estnlcs, on "intrttkit^lrbiioam'o-termS', And Mctsrt. Lurnsand '�� to thwMCtevery mgociatino wUb the' yiuid&^cb, aod not onW tbe��aaj�*. 1il�^eb^mlhii �-.temive Forest, are to be solij. Tbr Trees *tiu aver^je 5H feet in l�jiglli,ard mnov of them cbiriaio apusrds vfo��it-Bical feet.  The quality of the Timbsr-wenreHeirf; .beiog oU sr    of uatoral grimtli.nmJ upuaidt of-MQ^e.-iriotil. iUaay of ' 4he Trees wnuld be 6t fur Masu Mid Aiacbiaer^. where The CtmilitionsoftheContracf,may be seen at the Secre-    liiraud >tmlglit Tinibor is rc((u:'>l(ev  i** AiMUd ts-^Vithia Pio regard Kill he h^d to any Tiiu'er iri tehichtke Price tha't . tpt iOlh itvsiant,  Ihei)   will tc rea4i/ ta reaine TeHden]. i r/i'^j*"""!"^,^;'*'''' ''"��'/'" FTV TONS of |>OT ^/Vi'^.*^,'.'".^ d<^livered in Ike space of one mo�l/t into Wis Majetly s yicjuaVine Store* ut Drptford; and to be pmilforij, Jiills iMtj/aiU, villi inlet tit, ninety day, ,JU not be inserted in Kotds at UnsHi,^or that sliatl not he deUvcred ,, {5*^ r*^"T ""''"C* on the Mid Fniwf, fjte IfXh jHitanl, nor unless (lie person tcho ninkes tie Ten- /� J'^**l'eluilf,atetKdi. toanmer mhen called for. TVlUXUALLlNG-OlFiCli, March 6, iao9. Ht. Lomvttssionersfor f^ictuaJiing His Msjes. tAe^miwitanl, IJ.eymll    raidy to receive Tenders tn arit- White hoops, not naileil, of ilic tmderraentioned description, viz.-but I, hogsueau, UAllIti-.L, KIL-Dh�tKi:�, and white ash. (S^inpL-s tcherof are to lie produtedtviUitlie Ttndert}, may bt. Utmiitidrd for the service afthU D-ptrtmentf during the space uf Itulee muntia from the date of the Contract to lie detirrred from lime to lime info Jlis MajtiCy's Viclualiin^ Stores at Ucptford; Ami  rAB, ^iibolDt out some of the peculiar IriKthad ibe merit bf ihlroducing,' , ______r*.ihtV slillexclusivelypossess oier trr/yotittwpflf Mblisbrd in Sc'otliiiid. TteplRfiMtfoKofft^nTtiinf Ciisesdeeided imhe Court rSmi^ihlis a0)K]iur)aiit juid interesting ndvantagd which tteSUtfBosessesovereverj-otherScutti�h Newspaper; .-utd ae Kdiliiis CoiitiderUiehselves entiiled to state, that exprpt-5�*�r lw :W"l.^*6''cuter length, Ibun 'K)iUMi'Rxt� Ear deetingrFactni; aud Trustee, the diets {"aSTOumofihqbanlinipf, irfffrs of ciVmpoSilion.'divi-by whtftr>-ii3.:app�icirtJous f^rtliscbarge, JiWJ:pie(f(hisSal?^t,alltiie l^ipetsed Loilcry. ^;V^S1J^'^??^,�WARKS .�re^�eltliiff'BV ifk^S^^'i^ tlje:Rff�al Exchange, Wmw"?!S*L^***    �J-0^'' �ch. With CalleKCtQaflird; Rector bf Fwiou, ia Yorkshlret Preacher at the Foundlhu;, aid at UcTkelcv and Fitzrnv Ch.-tuets. Printed for T. C-iaen aiidW. IJsviel. Strand. Of tlie�e Sermons aboot ten arc republtshed. with considerable aUehitioas.'frbiu the last Editiota of Mr. Smith's SermonS|tlic other fbrty^uc new. � J^iNUITlES.^Ten Years I'urcbase will be immediately given for Aianuitifrisecured utioD Freehold, Copyhold, or long Leasehold' Estates, wherethe]iarticsbaTe an absolute inierest, and; on which (by rrtisuii of the pTes-sure of the times) mnney caimpt he ubtaiued upon luortgage ; and eight years purchase will libewiiie be given fur Annuities on young UvessecuredoDthelike^niperty, the Inler.cslof Moitey in the Funds, Church Preferment, nr Atari logic Settle-memsi whfcre Aie parties have only a Lif^ li!itere..i. h� eilber case the graotftr wKl have the power of redcemiog the lanip. Apply perioqally, or by 4eUer (post paid) to Mr. Beard^ No..    Nortlinmherland-strtei, Stoiid. (;^LAPnAM.-Tq beXET or SOLD, at the J entrance of Clapham Common, late ia the oc'cnp.ltion .of the Right Hon, Lord TkinsMowin, a capital FAMILY HOUSE, with Coach-house, and Fobr Stall Stables, l.awn, ' Pleasure Clniund, Kitchen Garden, and with or without some Meadow Uind. Thc.dimeiisions of the several Rooms are as follows:-Prmeipal story, dining-ntom, 97 feet 6 inches bv 17 fert 3 inches; drawiiij.ruom, 27 feet 6 inches by 4J feet; breakfast-parlour, 17 feet 6 inches by 16 feet 6 inches ; and halT, with hondximc staircase, 22 feet 6 biches by 17 feet 6 inches J chainbir story, five light well-proportioned i>ed-roi)ins; atlick story, the tame; the rooms are large wiH cnpable of being divided If required. Kitcheti story, a cood kitchen, 20 feel by 17 fret? scullery, pantry, ^ervaot's-hall, good romny wine and bcer-celtflrs( aback fitfi'^ATjriyM?mi^j:L!TtT^^ ttawe.-Apply to Mr. maiciHat, atthjt aitwwyv tw^wnywlr*' (UnUST-CHURCH, Hattts.-To be LET ready /. furnished for a year -and a half from the 23lh d.ay of M&rch inst. all thai handsome modern brick built Mnn-sion-hrtusp, called HUllBORN LOUGE, with a lawn in front, .surnionded by a shrubbery. It Is �ituale on an eminence about two ihiles from the beautiful shore iif Mudiford, .touhtch is a food ^tiid, commands eztetwive views uflbe sea, bleof Wight, and adjitceiO^nuntry, is bordering oo the New Forest, near FoxliQunds and Hariers, and in the midst of n genteel neiRhbonmood. 'XlieMantion coosiiKs.uf an entrance-ball, breakfahl, dining, and drawing r�oms, five 'Sleeping rooms, with c nveuient closets, a servants hiill,kit-chipD.: lanndrj', and cellars; detached are servants* sleeping rooms, brewbouMr, and other oiGces,i)tabtingfortCven horses, ioacl)-hon^, barn, and yard, with a cottage and garden fur siLtliourer, and good urftlled .nrdeo, wcU'stocked witK fruit tree.--left, Cooch-hnuse.and other conveniences. -Tlie Garden is well strcked wiib FttiiiTtPcrs, a'lkl there are date. The *oiuUtions of the Contract, may be teen at the Seen- Ko regard uill 'be had to any Tender an tchichthe frict thait not be inserted ia mords nt Ungtli, or that sliatt notbe diliMered to the Heard before One o'Clotk on the tWl .TiMday, tlit.'l&th instant, nor ua!*it the Vertu* mho vuikt* the Venifer, or some ferion on hie behalf, attends ta aoiWcrwAcn eaUed for. _ .      VICTUALUXG OFFICE, MarcbB, im , the WtA instant, they teill be ready to rtceive Tenders in. wri i Tuesday, f A� 'ilst instant, they aiil lie rcmlv la rtceive 'J'er.deis in wnting (staled lip), ami treat furlWO ilUNDRKi) "TONS of Gemiinc OATMEAL;/o Ac delivers! one i-alf tliereofin Six ll-'ceki anil the oilier half in Six IVrek.':. afirr-wards, into his Majesty's V iclutiliini; Stores nl PortsiU'iul^, and Plymouth, in the iiroyirtions undermenlioued, viz. Portsmouth...............    UK) Tmu. Plymouth ................   lUC-Jeil �Andio be pmd fur oy Hills payailt, tcil/i inCcresl., ninety day after date. The Condilions of the Contract may be seen it the Secre' tary"* Office. iVif regarit aill be had to my Ttnder. in tt/iich the price shul t thrp� milcsbftbe River i')eo. bv whirh-^be-TMHfMty tie Uimtedto Aburdecu; and nboat'three ^ it ttHrmite* of 1 li.irlrstuwn uf Aboyae, from w'biCh thereft^eaeeUrot turitpike-rojul to Aberdeen. A rr.itoiaMe:M>*wW-|?8)Bl'.nw-i-ri ftf cuttiiie down the Wood, aud for payMbt^Thepri^. JohH iVt'Leud, forester, nt Abu\ue, kiU sJirw the Timber. Pcrsnes de  u'f hecomii)^ lUirchaxTS will Itidgc'tbcirnf-fers'witli Alexander ( rombje, Adv ci)tP, io Abentt^ lore the lath IHhtcIi inst._.......    . _ . ..... ~^ , *�i�f�mi>� tauy. * ce^^.^nn......     .   , MONTGOMERYSHIRE OAK TIWMER. Truss, and" ! T*"*^ ^V^^       "^^^^ le, re.sidp^te for a Genilrm.i'n who wifhcd to retire a fevf yt'are for (lie lUlueatiou of b'H'fainily, theadvai:tages of.a plciasaiit snjcicjy, learning, and retire-' ment being c^m^l>ined. Tlie Gardfiier will shew the prem1ie5,and Charles I'errier, Accouolantin Ediiihorgb ; Afr. W. Spciis, 22. SuVrey-street, Sinuid. Lbndoh; or Steaart Grace, Clerk of St. .Andrews, win inform as ta partinilni'S. .   The Premises will he k-t f'lr 2.3. nr m"i^ yeaK__ Souttiwitrk i'ulilic.Subscnutiim Urewcry.-ToheiS,OL|> by ' PttVATE CONTRACT, by M;-�*rs. WIN'STANLEY :   and SON, nrfUE very Valuable BIIEWKRV: above-mcnr JL'-iioned; jiitante in AVcs.tou-sreet^ Maze-pond, Sooth-|t Wafl(^ complete') in tlie jear'ifioS, upi�n a plaii equal to any in the tJuiied KiJigidoiyi,-'- embVncing nccommpdariuns ade-quaw^o the bre^vipg, of fwm 10 yiOil to 12i1,�W b.vrfls of porterAnmthlly; ^applied wuh aii inexluiustiKle well.of water within its 'iwo^ walls, ;vf;ry. ;nperlor even to th.it of the river Thames. Thebuldiogs .-ihd limbersare oftbe best description; the plant ptrtiirelyatiewiiand coiBtnicted on (he latestimpr vireei, May Fair, with JJiiuiile Couch-house and Seven Stall Stable nearly adjoining.-Uy   Mr.  JAME^? UKNl-.W, oa   the t're.ui*., HTCMIORROW, Manh p, at twelve, iuTwo Lots,, cuniurir>es with Oats at 8lbs. per Ration, as maybe bdleied within the District lor wbicb he j^outnicls. . The Ptx^'oeqli jnay be delivered separately or jointly for each Vistriet, tindTl isexpeclid that the Contractor shall receive ihe Stable Dung (hat daring the^ried of his contract liiay-ajxdmulate,-making an tUlit..ancejur the same after the riUeof \    .  . per Herse per week. >        > Furttltr'particulars may be'kneicn upon application to the OJirer* cemnumding the Jt^yal ytrlille.yin each Dist.icl ; : and also at the Secretary'* Office, in Pall'Mall aforesnd, any day belwetntho hoar* of Ten and Four o'clock^ vch^re the Proposals are, to be detiitered', sealed -up, and endoi-std " Proposals for the Supiply of Forage;" bat no Prupoiul can /ieaimi<(eda/]ertAcsaM17(A Hay of March inshmt, at Twelee^o'dtock at'yoontf the same day, neither-tL-iU any Tender^ i 'AbaUsiUsUa mn.Ctmntry Inxurancef.^froia UP. to 401   per Cent, mpen tie Preadtm; and from 2J to 13 per .Cent. mponthelMjf,   '     -      .�   - ., FM^tiiag Slockiisured,CiitUhQ.ut Abuosc Clause) at is. perCimt. tiV'Mtem.' wiwiamey sonhiSqii^-^enMMter-.rowt wnrre . -^"I'heCompany's Terms for Life Insocuice are equal-ts>(rcctfta)�>.�sf.4be%premises oiaTbe seen, atlT-lbe leasosi � ly'liberal, aai possess very SMcrtor.ClaHitaio public Pa-.&c.ii�)ecwf a^^ltl�k^1|fill*&e'airt'��^ \ trmtaKt. ^ .        W.KTiLKM, Stcretary. %k|i�W*d^�tite�J.'      ... '�.]. ggr AfeBBwanted. The Premises orcflpy a large ^ipiice dfenmiid, coimiiuuirai-iiig trtlh Seymour-place, ivhicii reiirtci* them pnrticohfriy light and cheerful,and al the same time gives an op;tnrtuuav �it enlarging them, if nquiied, M any extent. li�ld under tlie De.in and (;iiapter lit Wejlmiiisln. forfurly year�, at a. tri'Uiii,7friuuiid rent, n'Hewable everj loiirtccn years at a iBo-deraie line. �'i'o be viewed on Th!irsda\-s, Fridn.ys. ami Saturdays, preceding the S.ile, by tickets"m'.lv, wbirli, with printed P.ir-tiaili.rs, may be had of Mr. Dencw, at hii Auction-Room, Charles-street, Berkeley-s([iiare^^_^__ E.ist t.,�ndon Water Work*, Ea-^t tyiiimtry Dock, (ioMea-l.-ine Brewery, Strand-bridge, Globe, aiul Albion Fire-Ol-fire Shares. ' ff^O be SOLD by A UGTION, hy Mr. RICIID. A NE<;DHAM, at Garrawtu's ('otier-h U?e, 'Chiiiige-nlley, LhiWDhill, on FniiiiY nt-tl, the 10th .Warrii, - l, tsRl. V\ RRY, PUBLIC HOUSES in full trade, LANDS and DWEL-LfNG HOUSES in and near NorthwiCh, Chivshire.-By Messrs. HO(iO ART aud PHILLIPS, at Garraways, Tuesday, Mtirch 21, in Lots, AVery desirable IJ5ASEHOLD COIXIERV, in Ecc1R(oii^ two Mi'e* from Prrscotte !a l.aicas ire, called GilUs Green, adjoining a goo.1 roadadvaniageouslj si-(aated for siipphiiig Liverpool, from which it i� distant about 10 miles, with two steam-engines, aforemaD*s dwelling house, garden, and appurteoances for carrying on a coibider-able trade now ultacbed ui ilie snmc. A valuahle Leasehold and part Freehold Colliery in Ec-clestoo, called Cirpppcr Hill, with stabling, capitaf stcau-riigine, suilab'e buildings, aud rail-road leudiiig to the Sao-kt-y Caiuil, which cotmunHicates with tlie luve(�Mersey Bud Weaver. - Also (he (olio wing valuable Freehold and Long Leasehold Est.ites in and near (be populous town of North AJch, let together at upn ards of GO)/., per annons, capable of considerable improvcmeut, viz. acommxdious newbuilt Ale and Brer Brewery, with yard, stabling, storehotises, and lofts, situate -in Whitlon. adjoining Northwich, with live dweI(ing-bol^es. and a meadow adjoining, let to Alessrs. John Norliury and Co. Brewers, and othei-s. ^.leven Fr^eehnld I) welling-Houses and Gardens, and Close of Liind ailjoinittg, coulaiuiiig about five Statute acre;, let to John Forster and otherri;-and alarge pleasant garden, welt plained.with fruit trees, with three tishponds,s(iimier-buu�e, dining parlour, .nnd sta!ili/)g, formiogit pleasant Eummer retreat, un ,1. good rn.ad, witbin one iMite of Northwich. ' Tiie Ship Putilic House, in the Market Place, Nortbwich, with the flair-dresset's Shop adjotahq;, and a Dwoi;iBg. Houseticbiiid the tame. The Seven k:fntai�io� 15 ftatufes acres, situate n> Sburlacb, ia the occupatiOBOt Peter Kcmjenfale. . ^ Mr. S.^atro.w. of �cd�l�i ttoCo*. lieries.and tbcteaants of the other Loto tbeir resjwctire Premises. u^icnlars mny � ab9'Mr. Marrow, .     ____. atibeCrowa Inn, ^"^^^*S',L^Il^"iS^iS'^'^'l Kiiufsford;. White Bear, ^^^'^tj.f'^  �-  - H
                            

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