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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 13, 1809, London, Middlesex                                4,315. � :J r. MOiyDJY,  MJneH is, 18C9. Price 60 '^''^^^^"^TgTWEEK BUT 0N�. , iiWATnRlOS--Tbcatre-Royal,. Hay.piarket. SrWlrV^i-isriAViintt. MurcI..15, will be perform- . for till! tecund .iDd Mr. Brabam, liH tW Mteh of 'Sd�r,"�n^ '^i'^fvHcUVtlielTjb, ACIS and GALATEA, SSl^^rSl^AtRl^.--To i,e -SOLD, * ^'�to''?Ht^R^Wters-aadrcKwl(postP"idIvtp SUMMER THWK^jj^      ftathbotie place. Oxfort- Noite bul per- ^,-l'�,fadaifenJe�l�l>9re.. "east LO.Nlidlf -watkr WORRs.     " "" ' \rOTJCE is hereby given that a General AsseiVi- tar.jrillTwbrW on TfaBisday tUe 6th dnv of April next, at �Jlif }{�" of F''<="'*n''"*noniviiled__ Thr Chair (o bd-takea.aud Uuiuicss couiiucnciiat llie ilour T. N. PiCKRtttNG, Chief Clerfc and Secretary, a MrnVplafT, Mnrrh �, 1809. i(t,J^�0. Jll, ........ ...... r-.- to^�Ilor before Ttt�a,'iytbe,4Hid�i� 6f April next. Bv Order.nf the Court of Director^, T. N. PiCiCJiRlNG, ChieffJerk aud Secretary. kBtlfii's-plaff.^farchS.lSO!;. �  - �_ BKNEVOLENT, SOCIJST'Sf of ST. PATRICK. The Amiivei;cary Festiy.il 6f tliFs Ch.irify will be celf-inlti .It (he Frerniii^oii's Tavern, Great Queen-street, tin-ioluVlna fiilds, �" Friday the 17(h Marcli iiiSt. The Most noble the fttarqtis of THOMdM>. VICE PRESIDtNTS, rnrlnfRoiirn, it. H.M.. Sir A. yrelleley, K.B. Earl of (Jos-ford, Lord 2lanclife,        ... The Hon. Gen. 6TEWART, ,   ftl.P. Lieut. Gen. Sir .J. Doyle/ Hart. Tk Una. Marlin ILnwke,    ) Geo. Cannin-;, E�tj. M. P. Kfn.M'>'''�'"�i'�^� llt.M.P. I A. Lougbnaii, E^q. J1.0. Priod^-rgrist, Esq.     | Lee Thornton, Ef(i. TI.01. Cliv^ i;sq. I Wm. t .^ll>del, within one warof thni date. And ifa Machine is coniirUctedfrom that Mudrl,uiid upon trial found to be eflcctive, they furllier re-�jlyfd,t� grant the sura of THREE llUNDKEL) GUI-"^AS^to the Inveutor. .-"*'H:e is hereby given ,to those who intend to appear as *�'?l|''alps for the above Premiums, that the Inspection of Models, hv a Committee of the Club, will take place on iHOiiSbx Y the lUh day of Mav next, nt One o'clock, nf-�fnuon,'in'tliebou?e of Mr. M orison. Vintner, here, n V .,  % "f 'he Club, g.nVfiili,S;| March, 1809.    WILLIAM nOUGiyNS. Sec. pATENT FIRE-GUARD STOVtC-A-ne.w ;* iiiventcd STOVE, which is an effi-ctual remedy agaiiis-t 'ne ewninitouj events which continnallv occur from coals rVu fi'^'^t-rmics mttslins catchinj; the fl.tmcs, or t-hiMrcn pl.iviiig with the fire, thongh tney'have the sight This Stove.'which posse-ses all the modeni imiTrovemonls 'orfconi)my.-jiidel.>gnncc, mav be s-ro in great variitv at V-Jirrttts, the Patentee and'Man(i!.i.tHr�r, at his W'arc--^'L-^'J^'SI^ holborn, tfppo^ite Snutbampton-btrcet. A COMBINATION, in which the prcatest dc--f*prpe of utility is Men'led witli equal elcgjincc, is allowed w He rare. These qii.iritir. fri''r tirgree in iliebeaulif.il article? of EUKNI-i, r :.!.'''i"''*''''^'"^ "!d Meemcd for crvntaining. in a Mnall com-fa!*, ilierriiiiijitesin constant daily use far writtoe, dress-J% tn.�f hiiio., gft. �:c. for ladies' us.-, as Well a* tle.xl--, '^^g^^jviili.mi Which no Equipage can he complete. WO atlvancc on Irish Linens at tlte  Uolfast Company's Warehouse, No. .50, Great Itr.fscl-lilirtrtf^V'y "I'V'S'tc the   J'risish Museum.-Mr.  E. to hL    ' Ageni in this cit,v, respectfully ann.-nnc^s ti�num,T..as Friri:d� and the public at large, that on ac-Jr^ JS.^*^""-'* scarcity Of Flax, lri�h Linens are iidvanc-nWii   1 P^"^ Cent, bntowirs to the immcnce stock fu^H, ^"''�'''"*"<=*"�'ihy the Companv, tbev hre happy x.hirs ."J*" '.['"^^'^ of Price sh.ill take place oii their Goorit �an.|v,!r ^-r?''^ ''""l5 thcrif..re recommend an early Wihl', � � ^^'^ arlicl.' b.it Irish Linens, and n.-t '*hol,�i'^ ^''^'^' abatemyut ever made, as the lowest rnZS ,1?'"'.'^'' J''*?'"al'Vv asked. Their Lini-iis arc wr.r-Calais/ j*^/ bleached cm the, grass, without chemi-Ifeh nutSs.    ""^ ''PProved the money .returned.   Cnsh for R -''S*^"* f fie Company, 50, Gre.it . 1-street,exactly oppgsite the British Museum. DURHAM COUNTY CLUB.-The Members of the Club will meet'tnicc in the prft,i-iit year.-The fiikt Meeting will bo held on Saturday (he 2.'ilh March, .-uid the Srcoiid-"oSaturd.iy tlie^th .May,Ut the Gray's InniCof-fer-bousf, IJolboru.-DinuOr ulU be on the Table precisely at 5 o'clock. (tf a reputable Family, who long accuttnined to instruct Young Ladies rpUli itkughler JL biis bc-u long a aivyoiiug, would be prytVnvd r-rThe moit rrtpccLihlc references can 111' giv.oi n� 1.1 character and connexion.- �^|^ply by letter, post p;tid, i� A. ii.' No. 101, Aldersgate-street, Loil.lrn. ^ EDUbAirON.-A� Oakham School young Gentlemen .ire bottrdcd :md in^inirted in the Luiinaiid Greek. Liiliguages, by the Kev, - OilN. DON CAST ICR, A.M. FELLOW of ChHst Collrj;.-, Cambridge, aud late ii Preaclitir m his Majesty's Chiip^l, at WbitebalL Particularj of tiie feriiis, and of^the Kxhibitious with which le School is endowed,may be kn.iwo by npj�licali o to Mr. to Mr. Uatchar.l, Eooksellcr, Piccadilly; or to Mr. TrcCet Pooksellcr, Cimrlotte->treet. i'orlland-'place, O ctAi-^lCAL AS-ShiTANTiJ.-Wanted, .u ____________ . . miles dt�:aut' dregse-_________.. . be iiiiioedtalelv atieuded lt paid J addressed 10 A. y. as above, will be attendcUto. ANTKD for a workTi7g"Aian a small COfI TAfiE.with a g�o:l Cnrdenand Orchard, two or three Gcldn near market ."oWi;, not to exceed forty, miles from,L.. The remaining pait "f the Winter I'ashions will be dtspii3;�d of at a low'prici., and lor that purpose will be placed iu the lower Apartments. 59, St. .Taine�'f-slr.-ci. '.V. M;irch, 1809. PiNNEV ai;d WESTS ESTATE. ALL Pe^son^ indebted to the late Piirtneriliip Trade of Pinnf.v :ajd West, of Eurv-strect, Saiu�. James's, and Pali-Mall, Ta\Ior>, are nrqiw ar.l i.Timediaie'y f�� pay tile amount of mei.r fc-ppdive Oebtj t.i Mr. Timmii* �Wlll.ily, of F.'re-Fticof, Cripj�lrgair,'on!y, irhii* isdoly authorised by th'e faid .Me.>.sr>. i'lnney and West to receive the same.       _^ rOSEPII GILLESPY.-If JosepK Cillespy, a Whi:csmith, who al>ont twent\-(i�e yars ago v.erkcd with Mr. Thomas SelUy, of CI.- seil-strect, Cripplesate, London,as his Journeymao'11 the buid trade, is livici;, he is oe was uuiii;.., th�y shall be haiKls.iinely    .......___ trouble. It it supposed the said .toKph Gillespy resijtdiii the parish of Cripplegate an.l its neighbourhood for some years, but afterwai^s went into '\V;ilrs. WAMERIGIIT and SMITH, IJ, Holborn-court, (Jray's Inn. PURSUANT to a Decree of the Ili^h Court of Chancery, made in a (."ause Smith against Lord So-MKlis. the (nilitors, LesatrLS, and Annuitants of ELIZABETH COCKS, late of (iloac�ter-placc, inthe Comityof Aliddlcsex, Spinster, deceased, (who ilied in Ihe Month of May lSOS),are herewith to come in and prove tht-ir Debts, aiid'Claiin ineir Lcg.acios and Annuifics befure John Campbell, Esq. one of tin- .Mii�teTs of the said Court, at his OUire in S'luthamplini-huildings, Chanccrv-lane, London, or indiv fault tiiCreof iliey will be excluded the benefit of the said Di'cri'f. __'      ^^HE ART OF WAR. rjTMlE Army anrt Students in the Art of War X  aye infonued that the ESSAVS on the THEORV ' andPRACflGE of the ART of WAR, by the Editor oc I the " Military Mcntor,|' are now published, .and mav he had of nil Booksellers, in three Volumes, illu-tratcd bv nu-ioeruusJ^la(e�, price %i. in boards, or -lOs. bound and lettered^-Emido^^ WANTS a Situation as a BRIiVVEll, or to superintend a Brewery, in anv part of England. ScoiKond, or Ireland, a young Man. "who has been five years in a pale beer brewery, and well uiiderslaiids his buri-nc>s, and who c.in give undeni..hle references tor characler and ability.-Address (post paid) to A. Z. Uatson's Coffee-House, CornUiH. rW\0 be SOLD, a go.,d handsome /,ANDAU, -H. built by Leader, with Salii-liury Book; ilvir plated Joints, yellow leather squabs, and every fini.-h to make it coinple.at. As the owner is building a mrriage of a different descript'on, it will bo sold cheap-l-;ni|ii:ri- at Allen's Livery itable.^. Guildf.ird-slreef, Fnumlling Hospital. AAIiO.Sr superior and cxcfltoni-toned Square PIANOFORTE, with additional Keys, Pedal, Sec. to beSOLD for'25 Guineas: by one of the best ni.ikcrs iu London^ new only a month ^ioce, and parted uith for 110 fault; waiTanfed to stand will in tune ; this will bu f�und .in uncommon good bargain. To be seen at No. ."j, Leicestcr-place. Leicester-square, from rieveii to f.-ur  'cb>ck onlv.       | rpQ   MASTKR   TAYLOIIS and   llAlUl. ! JL  MAKERS.-To be disi-oseu op. a most valuable , and respectable Conci^m in ihf above Line of Bu>inesees, i West of feinple-Bar; such an opjioriunity r.ircly preseni> ' itself, and is well deserving flie immediate Httrntiou of the !� most lespcctaWe Tradesman in the above iJruiches. � For furthf-r particulars, apply to .Ur. John Jopmn, Cabllc- 1 street, Ubihoni. , I ANTED in the nei-l.b..urhood of DARK". ' INti; Furnished or Unfnriiisheri, to rent or to purchase, a neat HOUSi:; or COT'f AG K, l>t for il.t immt-d.;iie reception of .-tsniall genteel family. Th. r  iiinsi b.';il 1. ust three g.iod be'il rooms, three sitting rii.l.__ ^S^O l>ET till Michat-lniaN nr\u u tjo'.nt r'AMl-JL LY HOUSE, furnished, ^t.�^l>i.�(l>; fur j h ifice, Tewki'sbury. FASHIONABLE DANCING.-PUIVATE iUITION. J. G. HOPKINS bi'gs leave to nfnrn ItJL U'iim*.5tgr.ltefHltb;aiks to his Krien'isanil the i'ublic in general, for the very distinguislied piitr'niiis'- he fi.~.s c\-peiirnci'd since the di-ccasc of his Fa'.li'i. and respoctuilly solicili a conliiin.-mce of their favours. L;ulies amt (jenllemi n who ba^�e never acqiiir.-d thi.'arcom;ilr>hintn:, i>rtti<)se who have.notaltaini-dihe prisent fa^iii'^n.-iMi'.umie, may heex-piditionslv in-tructed inthe mo-t privai� maimer, to qualify Ihfin for the first.is'emblies, on applioalion'at Uif resid'-nce, C".iciim;;'.ters' Hall, Fcbter-I.ane, CJienpside.-The Rooms may benus-g.^d.__ NirifuNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS �^.-r iindupvaids, mav be ga'ncd bv a Single Ticket:- Shnn-j in ppip.irtiou. So that a Single Si\i<*entli m.-iy gaiu 7,UJU/. in {he present Gt.iiKl State Lottiry, if purch.1^,1 :it theoldrsLibliitio.l OlHces of iiODG LS, I'AiN K. jinrt CO. Stock Brokers, Ovford-sireil, opp.isite Bond-sir oon aflcr-cummence ANNUITIES.-Ten Years I'urcliase Avill be iihmedi.ltely given for Anmnticssrcnred .:',)on FrcelKild, Copvhwld, or long Lenst-h.ild h'lni^s, wherp th.- paitirs tiave an absolute interest, iuid on which (by r.-nvm of the pres-siirtt of the limes) money can.ict iife oUlatn.-d upon m rtg:igc ; eiNicr case IhcerantBr v.'rU h:.vr ili.- p.-ivtr ..r r.-ilceiniiig ti,e ,anie. Apply pcrs.m.illy, t by It-ll.r {^nA paid) to Mr. Beard. No. 2'.S, Norlliiiiiibcrlaiid-:lr.iV, ^:"fi 1._____ DlCKIEri^rotn Paternoster-row^  IJouk- -piNASTER, or CLUSTER PINE for Plant, j I   infT.-Some Thousands of this most valuable and scarce , 'ine, two yeais old, .it half a crown p.-r hui.dr.ii. mav "e mdat Mr." BurlOn's, No. 17, Swallow-sir.-et, 1 icc.ioiliy ; P - t seller, W.l.'-clioiiscman, and I'c.nlerin ,M;ip>, I'tj-.rl.':, StntHi=Vi^ii-. Xr. informi his (�'rn-ndsiica the I'uM-c, llmt lio lia= irm>'v mni;in(js- T. I). h.:s .-lis.-, taifon tiie O.'tag'in Roi-i"-, ;;r.d ailiiinlnj; Premises, l^itc .Mr. William's A-  tio.i M-i't, ; t. . ( nit-, i'.nild-ines, l-inilu-th, oppo-ite the Asvni'ii : \\ hrn: :�ay he sen,, in a few days, a choice Collection of ltooi�', ,V(. u.-ih .ili inc P ban n( ;>ir. duiiui..-, .-..>....................., . or Mr. Ma'ion's, Scerltman, .Nn. 162,- Fleel-slreel, where'a sprrinieu of tiic beauty and priodiit-ss of ihrir wood may be seen, in pnrt ota'pl.-mk twent>. inches bro:id, taken from" the rnidJle of a Pin-isier 6j f.-.-t Jiigli, cnnlaining four load of limber, 'i'hey liirive on any s.til or riluntion.-^A|)p!icalior,s toritlierof fl'n-above named prr.-..)i,s, for any quantity not .Irs? (h:i:i lOOO. will b�'cnrefuily attended to, and sent ts any pari of ( ic Kin <'ale as a SperinH-n. A Catalogue is preparing, and the Projirirtor reqne-ts early iHforinali.ni of am new Work, or Ariirl-^ tii.it ivili li-.-of p'ttbtic orjirivytc Uiilitv, there bein:: a ua-il, al pr.s,.iit, of jiublic Entertaimncnt. It is intc:idrd to mnk- I'lr O. i.-.iim Rooms de.-erving the Patronage of the Public. ATai^e-mentsare nlakim; f.ir a course ot' Leriures loi the science-. N. B."(Tnl-ii'us Articles purchase,), or laJien on S^le. March 7. ISO!). COOKE continues to have on Sale, at Iiis Ma-nufactorvand.Notlii.gham W.arc.-'..out;-, nearO'' R">i:ol-conrt, 4.-J1, iitilie Strajid,an extensive and v.-iluable .is-'or! ler.t of HOSIERY of everv description, >xiiich for ele,'.ri luui i.eiusertfA in words at length, or that ^all not be delir'ered to the Hoard before One v'Clock on the iSB Tuead.iy, t/ic 28 y.-(�/, they will be ready to receive Tenders 2fl leritirii; {scaled up) of suck quanli/iei of good sound FO-RLICI.N W iNJ-, (ipccifiing the ili-icr pliun) as tut resjiec-ttoe Mcichiinis aail Ihalers therein may think proper lo ojfer ; to be suiijic! to a icarr(it,\j of ticelcc luun hs ; In tif. delivered in Inc sp.ar ^f one month, free of Cu\t'ims and li.crise Duties, inUi His Mnjeslys VicluaUng Stores at Deptfiird, PortBiniiulh and I'lvinoufh ; and to ic paid for by iiilu, patiu.ili. iiilh Intiiest uianly days after tinie. ine (omlitions of the Conirail, iitii^ lie seen at tfie Secre-Utr./s C'Jice. yu rtgard trill be had to any Trnder rn rehirh the Price shall r.ol br ittsrrteiii� iruri/v al kni^lii, jr Ih.Usbatl not lie deliver0 to the Hoard lirfnre One u'cliick on the said Friday, (tie \ 'it!i ins/ant, nnr unlesi the persun who makes the Ten' der, or su:i.s person on hU behalf, attends, to aasteer when c il'.^ii for. OtKlCE Of t)RlJNANCK, March 3, 18�9. rTMlE Principul 0//icers of JI in UujestfiiUrd- rL nance do htreby gioe Soticr, that Proposals vcill be re-ccicrd at their OJfire, in I'all ftlall, on or before Friday, lap. \lth instant, from surh Persons us inag be willing l9 undertake the supply of KOR.^GE fcr the Ordnanc* Htin-s -Julionfd lu the Julliuiag lUstriiTi, oiz. >oarj[ HniT.UN.-.Northern. YorK.sbire. J,vsr:.nN.-J-..xe!usiv.-Warley. voLTUcaN.- Lxc'.u'ive of (.'hath.im. K-icTii-NVtsi.- Ir.clntlii^g l'ori?mouth, Isle of Wight, and Clirisirliurr^i. \Vi;st::un.-Woolwich, with ii� dependencies, Warley, nn-i Chalti;:in. /ur a period of Si.T Montr-^ from the 1st of fi.\  c uii>t as liere-[ .-ifter m.-iv t.-mn lime li , A lb-. Ill' Hay, and r ihs. of Straw ; ac\  ;:( tlic expenee of the t^on-tratlor, wlio I- .lUo to furie^Ii >ueh I!i"-h-3 with 0;its at 8      pi-r fialion, as nwiy be billeted kiilhin the L>istiici fur wh:cli hi- rmitraets. The Pii�>ii3als may be delivered irpa/ately or jointly for taca JAsiiict, and it iscrpectin thatl/ic CmitracLor shall re-' reic- the Stable JJung thai dur'.n.J the periuii of his contrast mati .iccuaiulalr, mui-in-; an alto .c.ncr for tile sa/ne ajler the rat-of _^ pi-: Horse psr rccek. further pa'-''  thm Ojfiars commaadii'.g tfie Re^al .Artillery in each Distict i and ,iUo r'. i.^.c S.xrctar^'s Ojjicc, in Pall Mail afoies id, an:) day bclKciu the Iioiir.i -jf '/'.-� aud Tour o'Ckck, uhtre ti.e Propv^als arete t;-; del-'red, sealzd up, and endorsed " l>ropos.ils for the Supply nt^ For ige;' bat no Prujioitl can be adwHted ajter i/.e semi I7th day of March instant, �f Ticr.lve o'Lliick at A'non t/ ihc sr.mc dy, neither will any Tender be noticed, un'c^s the Parly rir.kmg it, or an AgritC in /lis le'iaf, shall attend. Bv Order..! the Board.      R. H. CREW, Secretary. APPLEBY'S ANTINERVOUS TEA.-C"m. plaints of the Stomach .ind Nerves are the chief causes ' that produce'a loss of health and decav of coostiiHi'.n; in ........ . - .      -------- Ntori?T"'lu^"''''"'"""y placed from one to .t whol^s'ct.-tcSrlV o'Jl' f'""* a single to a whole set with Arti-llfrtis? ^i."'^.,^'"*'-"? �c.tsonabic terms.-Mr. PRINCE, ' -loW-o',^ ^ll?* ^^''b' from ten till four, at hisHnuse, Nn. 9, "ntheT^Hi   I";^'"''"*' be performs All oper.ifioi!s lit ^n..-?cs^e vcaA sAfety.-Mr! P. lixcs iving^ liaexaci, that they can be iworn without ROYAL N/VVAL ami MIMIARY .WATERPROOF CAMBLET, for CavaUy i�ud Boat Cloaks, (Jieat Coats, &c. &c. |3ULSFORDand SERJEANT, Mililary Taylors -C .and Manufacturers of Imprnetrahlc (,'amblct to their j thiscmmtry they.have eorre.-used of Iaie'>e.irs lo an aniazirg Royi�l Highnesses the Prince of Wales and Duke of York, j height, and few'persoi� are exempted from them in a crer.tcr iiave the h.n-.our to inform the N'obility, Gentry, and their 1 or less degree, jch a general influence of disease moit nrise Fr'iendsof th^ above imporiVintdiscovcry,the merits of which experience has fully confirmed, and iieedn ouly to be known to be geiiT.illy used, from it? being of suUi a nature as to repel rain.-however long and lienvy. It is particularly nilapt'-.l to Officers in his Majesty's and Hon.East India 1 omp.my's Service, beingliglit nndpleasant wear,and will wrrip up in .�xtmall cmipass,and from tlieigreat adv.incc on superhne clntlis it is worthy the attention of CeiT. ( tiemep, for Grfai Coa'is, being much cheaper iind embraces j t!ie advantage of being wRterproof.^S. ancl P. Inventors and ' sole Proprietors, No.^ !, King'-slrert, St. James's, ^neir Military Warehouse, No. 4, Soathamplon-street, Strantf; where GeWlemeo joining the Army or Navy aye ccmplcBliy equipped. i of V,.M f.(/v.-ri-J/M . oJ Ihi t'.'nt'C.'. Ta-t'h'-r Particulars w.i.i le knuitn bi/ npply.ng nlfhi, Oj/ir, t Carlaiii Cr.iwiev, Si.^l.ton; ( ai�l..iii Wo-MlrilL, i*",.,!^ rauiilni ."I.'Capl.iin l{i't,eii, Piyiiiiiofli.   

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