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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 20, 1809, London, Middlesex                                j � * "last week I OK. 9. ^RATOH�t'�' :'y next, the 22d and , aro*5or ap W'f'n.huSS.he >QOrtP.v..r:lPw,ng.s, duetts, i -w-~Alvn S whir" n'".''; ' "^.?rql-,�.n. uml som.' tiraiid Chonis-es     g, A N J whirl! will  ' Sp.i-Min. :iml som.' tiraiid (Jioriii*e * Pl^^Cla1''m- ��rael i,, I a=ire si-e the t)i!b, bei.iR loo frir irRO QMS,   JIanoVfr-Squar..-Mus. ^�^"^'*ii.^r"riLa!i.. gem-rill, tfta. h.-rBKNEKll I rpUIRTRRN TlIOaSAND POUNDS will h� advanced in nnc or inorcr sams on ptod smirity.-Ad-r Hpply l'ri>m 11 li�4, to Mr, Berlori, lO, Leict-s^ter-Leicester-squnrc, AND.^WaiHed upon Lease or to J'lircliase J from one hundred lo tno hundrwl ^crcs of MiiA-DOW aud AJIABLI'. LANl;, w iihiu iHejitj; miles of London. Any one having ;i l-':irin nf ihe al�ivprie!.rrii>lion pilUer to sell orlo !�t, may hear of a'l'eiiant or Pur^ii.icr, hy addre.-s-iiigaliiie. piil-pi'id, li 1". G., 'inrnh-iin gr.-e-i, Mi-MI- ex. FINIO IIUSH l.hVEN, without uny .idvanco ill price, cither Whole,>;(k- nr by the sii>f:!e Piece, at 'R, CLARANCli's Irish Linen an I iJod 1 iiniKiir-- U'are-h.iuse, No. M, Minories -Windoxv Blimls JlwiLiiid of every breadth, from 28 to T-' inches wde. S 0 .5. 0 5 o 5 0 , s. d. ).LtstfrLt=ltr^'Esq. :. BrsHfl, Ksq. 5 o!)t. LangiOD, Ksq. 5 A.Miles, Esq.   5 cocMflent Enjlish-�an.�hnwisK!�(o (KlIieoMfaihiuu-rfnntionsof lifh Hojiour .TiiJ Gencrijsily revived 1 ' Eofmy lu Bruw-Jfatin^      -      1 tIram-is IJurdeK, Ban. W. i'.      50 i-.il       -    0 10 knstos Pitcher,    1  I f. K. Cou,-;iiiaker, ^ Ifcq. � - JO JO I.e. . - 0 JO pin MoBuier .1 i la.    -      -        9 i F>my (0 Cor- 0 2 1 J 0 10 I tiption   - irifndtoihe Old Cooslitttlion H.B; V-[.IWI   -In B:isil (la'il    -M:i�rice r.lV.R. Wake ILAIlfii,    -lip Junes IlK! Lynd ".JL fiimAtotltePrin-dplfsof C. J. I'lix 1 -     -    1 [.Unnnvan, Esj.,   I Friend to Fair Play    -    -    I if. Of nis    -     21 Liliff by JJuncsl Srnn' 0 AVeymoulh.fiir W heiirlii nf t)ie -330 Mr. Ghaliner,Al>in5- = d"n-sircet 3 An Liiemy to Cor-rtiplioi:adnilnis(ers ' his :nilc to the relief of Dppiessi'd Virtu.; I   I ChW.-t. Hall 12  2 No liroH-healing J 1 MissMzTgaret Bowler 0 10 James Martin, l:.fij. jim. - '55 John Bone C Jaines t'urlis 1 "Mr. Lloyd, Grace- churcb street 1 li. A. anil n, 'i Mr. JiiUn Seftmni'.   1 A Friend (:� tile Op- 3  0 pressed K.J; Jlr. Powlca Mr. Ilollis, High Wvliinrihe Gcorce Puller F. Lamhcrt W. \Vrav A Friend lo Iiifegrity 1 1 a 5 1 1 5 1 2 1 10 6 2 0 0 T.llowe C. l�uller G. Ansell, Ksq. Justice v.. Canting Infamy J. R. \V. |{. Powell A Friend to i'ruth H. K. IL jH. E. Atiiten, !>fj. iVlr. t'holiiieley Lor.! Crewe A. 11. C. Mr. /Uiniett Charles Adam-, F.sn. -M. P. A Friend to ;i dis-tri'raed "oitt it, s. rv-iiiir vonp? Wocuaii 10 Tlfi5.'(iiir,l\n. l.fq. -Z D. Ko?s, hsij. 1 An abhorrer of fho I'aia^rapii n^ain.-; Mi-sT.nl.ir I T. t;. Strt'ei. i'.-ii. h 0:i!ticl Slii.irt, i.'.q. Ji) 0 1 1 5 1 u 1 1 J 1 3 0 1 1 5 7 7 ro 0 1 J liOROUGU- OF PLVMOUTIJ. T a Meeting of ilic miited Coimuittce of the Jnhahilants of I'lymomh, Plvnurtiih-IJocli, ;!iid Mone-hoiise, at the Gaitdhull, on 'J'hur sheil, iip-pe.-irin; to he now nearly ricciimpli-.hed, tire follow ing Reau-Ittlions were proposed and nnaniniau^ly c irried^: iteiolved. That the Th.mka of ibis Meetin;: he conveved,  bj the Mayor, to 55rig:ide M;i(or Forsler, ii.r Ij ^ cu!i-l;'i:t and most useful as.-lstauco, .-iHoided the Con;miit.-e iu IIil-di:charj:e "f lh.-ir duties. Ke..iiilvcd. That the Thanks of this Meetin^rhe givi.n to Ritlii'y Hrib-on, Vn\. the I ren'uier, for f';e i^Tcat irouhl  he liaj taiceii in niauLigiii^ the Treasury c'lin-i-nis nf liii? fiud. WILLIAM L\lN(;M1,AU, Chairm.m. "The rhairmaij having q.ulted l!';- Chinr, Uefolved, That the Thanks of this .\!ee(lii� In- jiiiven (i the Worsliipfiil liio .Maynr, t'r>rhi-; ind fili^able exert i-ii-,-in the discl'at;;'-' of his "duties as the Ch.iirnian o.''thii i o:iii",;t-tee : and thai the Cnmoiittee .nre truly sensihlc of tli.' adv.-in-t:iK'..'HH-\ have derived from hi- eil'.iit;, ii: r.Tialnj;, jiroiuDiinj, aad distribu'.i'Vi: the fund. .'�iibsrriptiiins since the i-i  P:i!iiirn!i-n. 5 5 e 10 i O-i that nil fee* or grituiti-.s of any riesr.rip'io.i .ir,-, (V .m henceforth, to be paid t.i or received by a.iy .Seiva:!t of iht- (%im-pany upon any accnuul or {.ret'^nce whatever, except the annujil rates frr the supply of water, wliicli will tie calied forb) the ol'. etiirs in the usual manner, liy order i>f the Court of Directors, J'. N. PI CI< I'.ll ING, Si. flcleii"i Pl.ice, Marrii 1.        Chief Clerk a,'ul .Secretary ,NK HUNDRED THO US AN I)  POUNDS and up'.-a-rds, may be gamed bv a 8in rd--ir?et, ii|ip i-iie t'.)ndslreet: St. J.inies'S-slre' . ne;ir J-'icradilly : - ml .N .i 9. Cornliill ; � li.Te every Prize lie pa"i is .'ooh as Jr.iw u. or a-- Smio afterwards as demi.idi'd-N  �he Ur.i.ving will commence on th-" 12ih of Next IMoutb. (�\ARROLiTlutl Co. St.K-k lirukers, N 26, J Cxf.iril-slreit, nrnr Rathbnue i'laCe,iirqu.iiut the Public 10 peiieral, that I'lcktts and ^llare!� are selling, in v;i-ri ly iif Niiiiibvis, ;rt their Ofliie,-.ir i.ic .-iisuiiig ^raial .mJ iiiterestiag N LO TTIUIY, �bich bcgi.is dr-tiwing on the IJlil of April nCxt.T->ot three hlai:l,i to a Piize. -SCHILV.L. First Day, First Drawn Prize ubnve Ij/. will be also a gran'l Prize.of luOC) W li.de Tukots. 4J vn Prize nbnvc l.j/. will be .tlso a grand Prize of ,^00 \V h'>le Ticke'ls. They mav of cmirse inrlude the fiiHowi i C.iiiil.Tl Prizes : ; Prices of .-t-'i        ' ! Tlarr!', L-tj. of nari;slaj;!e \Uv. JIuxli;.v.i, -.-'-Plyoipton'  -    - Mr:-. Cics '^f:   -   - .Miss Cre\ke �Mrs. Shaw    -    - Mrs llancor' d>'n ..�v Ccible>, additional   - 1   1   0 -   1 10 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 Laiv Wii;rririi   -   - 21 ill. M. Lord ll'di-. �j    by trie Mayor Mis'. T. White 0 I T. 'A . Sifpii-.ns U   A La.i\ 0   Mr. John Forte-cue 0   Mr. r. J'lim?.il    -Mr. t riiM    .   -   -0   Sil. Uevan, Y.-i\. of j    Liinddii 0 j A I'.rii'-h Sa;'..ir I    nii--t..l.   bv   th 0 I     Mivnr 5 Prizes of �.1 :,i).X) 2 ............ii.iK)! t rize of �A,0,)0 f.CTLi; iiousH, TUNURIDJ;:: \vi;i;i/s jKhtheanlil.�-;iyfile.ated on Moant   I p'.ir.iiai, ipiv lii Jtt ri'Ci'(itiuii iif a Fainity, beiag well aired; wita 'ie- [ ^f'llilfa-iire-iiriia'ids, "ou.l eiachhoiiset. stables. \r.    | ar�iif. ..MOUNT PLBA.SaN'I' HOUSi:, boih t.n.iU � ^Ittje.-For jiarticuhirs avpK' to li. OeUi-i, '.nticr. Wells, and the stricle^t allentioii    ill be p.iid- >dl id-n     iiappy to co:iiniuiiicnle wliat L'lJniog-"imyhevaeaal, with cvery'p.i.ticiilHr.__ Crt-ililiir.v-All I'or.-oni having dem.inds oa the I'.slale fi^iick Aylwr.td. late .Master of the Siup l.den, trading itSpTlof Lmulna to the l.-laiid of .l.iiiiaica, ..re .le-lo'fral the p.ir.ulais thereof t 'D, Solitilor. lPre;cnt-clrect, March l^J, lS09.__;_ l.yv:s HRUCK, Deccu.-Tcd"-Notice (o CroJi- t't^.Vil pi'r�oHs haviiijjdeBiaiHU on the )->t:ite of James *iUte Ma.fcr of ,the s.iip Willcsoy, Ir.idiai; IV'im the ifLjiiidnn, 111 the Irland of Jamaica, are desired t' i and the Alniiey p.ji I on d. ma d.- cin'i' s i,i be had W.4.NTKD a rcsjifftab;     t,..btr, active Ahin, as St)ri;niNTKM.-i>r. t'l.rini   �� : n -viinsivr Woi)r,i.ES Ma.mii a.'-Tony, >iit'i Ihe n.-itan-of w liicli he mu-t b  wet! arqu iiu :;e need ipply -.vlio-e cap .rit\ a id elia-r.ctrr il'ies n.il answ r the aliove ,|,.srrii>ii     -Lett i- (|>os paiil) direoti-d In A. Z. 1), .\daiu-"-ciiuri. Old llroad olreel will T".cc: .Tteiai.'n, l"i'ril�H'.RV.-Theviiy first sitiijition iit the Kirigloin now ofier- for < cialili-hn;; a IJislillerv.- To be ."^OLD. th""e iiewlv rr.-cted and v.r, .^Mhslaiilial i*re-raiscs, th- P.RITAN.VIA IU{ L WKfi V, siioaled eb.-e I.. till' Canal, i:i the larjre .Tod p.  i'l the town liirmrngiiani .u ra-i^lilioiirlioml, ori'o.uiy of ill-- prii rip.i! t > w rs t lifiu^'h whirii tlie Can.il passe-, '/'h- ti!jililip .in I loviiiis.-s .iieyery sj)ariiia=, and lilted iip in asuperiorsiN!c, witii Mash f'uuof 1,1 tjaartir.>, two Coppers of h'lO and tiO I'.arrels 1 arh, Stenin I.n^Mie . &r. and will b� Fold at a roiisider ih!.- n-docti'Mi ("ima validation. Apply to t'le proprietors, at llie Ofbce -.fthe lirewi rv. IHi: only UI^I'O.SITORY''in (l.nkUish Ei^-pire where pUaEaiitii'Ss .md durability arc combined u ilh the peculiar aiUaiitag'of s.aviiig one guinea in three in (iOLLYKiCs.SlLKSTOCKlNfiS with COTTON FJiKT, lit). Fleet-street. A most lieli, valuable, and elrg.iiit selrc-IjoM of Ladies stunt aad fine bl^iek. white, and coloured Silk, 7s. 6d. to those with the most f.ishioiiahle clocts, 8s. Gd. Gentlemen's diito, 7s. fid. to the very best JOs. (id. N. H. To such of the Nubility, Cler;;y, and Gentrv who hive not made tri.il of their distinguishej .inJ unrivalled ex-eelleiicies, it is pro|)''r to jtatc th.at they.aie far morcrimi-forl.ible, soft and pleasant, iniiuitely nmre durible, and thoagii erjual in i i^'hnets, i-legaiiee. mid quality, are not Iwo-thirds the I'rice ot tlu-se willisilk feet. *� � Lrerv article of Ijojieiy-^__ ~ itODNt Y-~PL;\rF, GLIFLON. ^^p I)c SOL!) by PK[V.\TK CONTR.ACT, with iiniiiediate possf.s..i rof a valuable new early kind, \ ^^f']^^^"^^^^^ tU^ lat.jesidence .-md pr<.p"'.v."f ^|"bc had at STON K'S Seed Shop, No 38, M^^tmin- : 'nilje Road, Uiiub*th, in packets (it 'is. 6d. each; j iwis white, mild, grow to a^ood .ize. and keepi re- | iWwell; hut its snperinr properly, when jo^ii in : a,ismhMdiiigtwoor ihn-e weeks quicker than any ; W, which renders ita v.-\luabie acqui.-ilimi l U(bles, Ox-stall and j "'J-'. ' hh firieen acres of cxree'awg iricb meadow laiid, "tKCBpatinu of John (fates, l.>q. dcceiiJed. Kve is situated ndpiining the" turnpike road, in the Wage rtE.lleolield,ten miles from ilri^htou, twelve flWns, .Kin! forlv-five from LoiiSon. Ihtriwrti ularsnpplyjft Mr.John Stonerirect, of l<,,�ho will ihew the preinuei, and to. whom the l�retn"beAelivprpd (sealed np) on or before the first IJpHl next, when the person making the most ^offer will receive an aiiswer on or before the lOth of Ly 'J'cn-' J)r. IJrrioi:!, deceased, posjos,-:iig evciy arromdiod.ition requisite foru large esiahlishment.-Such part of the J"urni-tiire as shall be agreed on, may be purchased at a fair valo:ition. T c;mdidly favoured hiaj with their opinions, in written trstimanials, which are now in his pos-fessiiui-to these Geiitlemeu Mr. James begs lejvc to return TITs^very�iiiccre thanks. . * lleiineudsto unite ihts llranch of the Profession ^ith hij ; tb �-rco r'rvT t tvt-J own. ;jnd will now have it in his iiower  " publ'-h d� ATRANSL.vnON of ii.-j ILlADof IIOMERy iirhl.uik v'-r..e.    |{y the liev. J. .^U) ,C li! C I., i;'.l'-olf Christ CbHrch, t)\furd._ CARV'S NT:\V U.VlVl-.RSAlTTl-LAST Im;^ p.-rial .Sheet size. CDut.iiiiinic dl^li^ct .M.ipj or" .\ery� Stale and Kingdom, throuiUui'ii ne syorlri, fro-ji the ) t aad best autiicrities.- prire.half-biiuud iu (Uissia,"!0/. Us. ... fall c>.loured, or 9/.outli:icd. The work may al-o bo hid in Number--, e.Trli c^vA-ih.i-.i; lli!-ee Maps, J^rice full col juied, or is. Qd. ou'.liiicd - Any of the Maps iiiay be had separate. Printed f.'r .Inau f'ary, .Slrji.d. London. ANEW UNIV'EtlSAL.ATLAS. Imp.-i^\4{ci size.by JOIl-N CARV, is nnw publisiila;; iii Nu't!!).- f. p.ic!i mnlai iog three Map-, nine of wliich are le:...i^ l.., df liver., pi ice 3s. 61. eaca. 'ui'. cobmr d. i.r i.-,. ou'linid, J'rialed for John I'.arv, J'?!. ,>;irniid, Lol.Io'i, ;riii in iv b � hid of liie piiac:p:'i Kingdo'li. 0  0 - 0    0   1 I   0  0 iJUltOLUil OF Pi.VMOUlJi. Gfir.rwr vi.r, M 9, l'^:'^. rH^IIE tiniied Convuiliee of (he Iiili:;i.it i its -BL J'lymoulli, Plyin.iutli-Dork. and Slon h-a-e, take lh� earliest opporlunily of ;r i!nunrii;i- V the Sub eriber- f tlie Fund, raised (or the reli -f of die U i lows, W iv-s. ani Children ol'the S d lieis, lai-I-. .'.rrivi d �t ilii- Poil from .Spiin and Portugal, thit the\ ii ive b.-e ,  'i-iiK-l 1i\ tneir lil.eral (.onlribntioiis, in;;re;ii m.-isure to  )T ri fp b.n'voleni purpose, for wbi'"'.: tile I'und was i'M ibll i'd. Former p :bli-eations have ^ta^m!, lii-t a ^reat i!iiiiili,r of Women ;ii d Children b:\ve obtained riliif: I'leir n ooh^-r app .irs !vv the books lo anioKiit at pre-eil, Mh.r former, iio lading 1',8 far advanced it'pregnancy ) to ill, the 1 lUer to Gio; aU ta.^se have been ttirnished with money and cl-'tln-^, 'fwlicli lli.'v were m the t;r.'alesl want, "aaity tu-iua; r.i-a;l\ uaketT, and ali iii lit to be seen or approached ; of lh:s no nlor, the j;re;ilr r part have proceeded in t ansi>orts to other p'ri;; mruiy oiiieis have been fiimis'ied wiCi .^a-si". .-ii! ivavell.d on foi.t, to join llir rejiimeiits to whici' t;.eir llii>li lll!^ In lorn;: or heis w ho ��.ere unaVde to w:ilk,froni th � cirninl-la.'u e of pre;:'iar,-ry, slc!;ne;f, orhavii'g young t hildrenwilh liiein, liav, licen sent, by the v. iLg'ins. to tlrcir fii:'nd5; :iad i:U ii r-e been rci-criv � I at i!ie tliiee Parish workhou es. oiany oi u horn ,ire recovering iV-mi vjcknoss, and olhers fr.ni caial-iiuili, aid will soon be cnrjiled to joi.i their llip^bairls er oll.rr J rieial-; the rest, bv-tc.>>nip;i.rativelv very few, li.ive die.l. The I. oavnilSee li.ave already i::forini-(I Cie Saiirrrih-rs of (hii; in(eatio:ito proyide ll.inael sbirl^. drawer-, stoikia):?, and cap-, for (he wounded .and sick .S.jfdieis; aad it remains for them there.^irc to state, that eleven liiiiiilred of  iiiptitnde aud li!e. rality with which th.' fniu! h.is hei-n raided and >i.])iioTli-(l ; ;iiid with consri.'iis pr de they d-rb.re, that juste.- reniiMS the hr.-( olf.-iii n;^ of tli.iaks to be m iJe lo th iro�n inuns-women, whose b/aevoL-ree nnl ii defaPribe,-eyertion-, :f[ all times coi!Sj>icil'>us, li;ive io tl.i. iiisfa-.c.->lio!i;- Unih si .-is ti-.tn-Ceiid all praise ; (hey are in p.a-e--ioii, how.'-i er, i f j the gie.Ntest s:i!isfaelion, in t!ie approliilio'i �hieli I'lei!-m. n I minds wili coave^ i.i them; ilie C'ia:n'i'-e r.iaiii! loiti t those kind individii.il-, jvlio-c b-n yoi,-n! min.is. thoaph di-lanl from the .scene of distress, yet ev. r ;'ji';:o to re!i v.- it whers-ver il.^pp! ar-i, iirompted themtoas:;>; i:. ena'ili.^ ! lie Committee l.i con-bat wil'> dis-ise, po.oity. .''.r:d v. iclcli-edness, in-ts dir.-sl i; irb ; they i-.-aif, that io t'^i e. account of the objects th.-it have � hi-iiai-il r. li.^f will h.- 'a i i>' le-tory ; and the Commiitee vri-h fie-a to Uo a5^utell, t'l.-vt ilo-ir charity h.^s been received � in the grea;e-.t gra;;M ie, 'ill lii:il the tears of M):iny a hr.ave�ol;'.ier, conv.-m-d to ilo- i'li i^, of Ihe (""ommilte" more ih.in any w.e u co-.ild evo   : u r^-main-! only for the Commiltee't.i thank their fel'.o... t'-wiis men (or Oie co:.fi.lpnce(hey h-'.ve rep.ised i'l them..--d express their hope, sliat t!ie., Ii i\e disrharged the ti-j-l i- ali'led to them, stitisfactorily to" tlie inh.ibiluats and tiic I'tiblie at large. WILLI AM I.AN'GMFAn. ( h Ir-nan. EA U EST ROAD frnm Lnulan to S M.!>..iir,:.-toii, through \lton, iisa-ip's V, allliam, .in  B lie , over Norlh;im tiriilge. l^ro " the'ijla of i'a'-Cii, -ii'.! commence a reduction of the Toll ip-jo J'.i t ChaSi-, and all other four-wheel Plea-ure Carriaipi, Pub! r Si Co irh. s, ;ind Waegoi'.^, of one li.ilf the former ;im 'Onl. al all the G'ates between St)nthaiiiploa and ISishop's Watlh.uo The distance from Loialon to Soiiili.-iniplnn 1m this /{ i;i(i is considerably shorter than by way of V\inehester. It i- more free from hill.s. and upon (he .above leduction of J'olls, w lil become preferable in every n-sp ct. TOWN 0E LANCA>^Tf-;R.-Tlic Puhiic .nrc respectfully informed tha* the C(>nies of Mr. (."CM-IJRRLANDV NOVF-Lof DE LA.NC.^SJliR having; been sold o'T within (he short space of one week, .a n^-w Kdiiioii has been sen( to the Press, .and y*ill be prdi>d rt.-ad   M'o.-kin..,:, u i'.: .^rriaainled with the dill'ereiit i;-i,:eiie-^ .U" li-.e 1'.-i.ie-s.-.�\-ppl . firTurther p-.rt.p.-.inr-at V - I', liavin n-!-.i i. I'S'-A- SililLLKV. Sr.veial Poifrail-of .'..-uiles .-u-.a C.i.,-tlrin-n, by t^;e .-iboep Artist, not i:.a\!� r b'-.-n taken aM.-is, anrl iio.v re.naiiaiij ia (he possrssi'jir of tile i;vercto-s, i. rii--ir-.-.t, Han-'ver-siinare. ' T.'ie .^ale will 1 ;ke pl.iee iii.p.T the M ir.ie.-n) ^nt r.f y'r. C.iye. at the (ireal Roo-.n m Spri.ir G.i.rji'i;', i i\ of .M ,.rr!i, and fo!io,\ i::g il .�, s. l-.a,. V.r il. leanerou- Royal an ' o h-r inte.rviiii^ Letter,, wuiili Ii.'.yi,-iK'i(>r appi",ared l',.-i.ir.- ih.- Puhlir. '.U .M -.RV-^NNl. CL\RKi:. Primed f.r tac Aii11i...-es';   puhli-heil !i / T. 7. ('ro,�n Court, licet-.tree; ; and lo be h.ui of all Jinuk-seiie rsia Town and t'loielrv. A EURNISHEO iMAN-.!0.\ i.. fcENT b- l.rT.fora term of Three "V'rars, a c.!;.i|..l KENT .................................   . . -i.^, a c!;.i|.il M \ \- S'.O N-IIOUSF., fiirnvJlied; w il i C)il'-rerf of every ri.-i.ip-(io.i, ro.ich-llolises, sf,al)lcs, .fvc. .'liMiit f .i o aerPs i.f l.iie.i.-a ^aid-n, live of pio.asure cr-.ii-sd, m.-', pa-Lira^-. tor li%e cows; sill! i('-d 3 mil ., M.iren 11, ih-ir WdEPv-EAS several LuMitiiiiuiUs of his Mi. j-fty's Fleet who are lait - iiiplayed, have opiil d f .1 s..iid lo tiii^ iniiv iofoviiiatiini of lb' p'ace-of ilieir d.-ncc ; it is Ih'' dirertion of the l.irds ( oinniir> o i.rs nf ilic .\''.aiira!(y that such Lit-iitenauts as com - wiCiiii la.- de-rr,|-" lion, d.) f.irthw ilh Iraiumit to ihis Otliee their re>perti.e a'-ilr. -vrs; and Ih.at such of them !ti ;-.re inc ip ible nf vervic.', eitlipr from age oribnddy infirinil\. do report Ihes.ime. a al in the batter ca-^e Ir.in-init a Certificite from a Siir;eoii ..f such iiLiliilitv, l!i;it tiicir Ltrd-hips mai juJg  how tar i( may be prop'T to ca'l up ir. them fjr S--rviee. __._____W. 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