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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 24, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY,   MARCH 24., i8G9. rice DKMKRARA. Blarfli i">t-"' <^'<' o^tlnck, tu receive tlie I{<;p<)r4 of liie |fh.iir will 1'"^ i"''^" ''y Ji'siinwi tJje Duke of 1{\ Order of the C"wniir6ua;f Ladies, wimse frieiittv nijijht vri.-!i liiubce throi in a situation ivbefe tlicy raay :icqu:re every uJfol ami Tfiatn-iil.'il nccomptishmeiif ami wliere the Ii�3hh;oMl miir;U� iif tlie Cbildmi wdbIiI jliarr the sojicitade if matfrii.il HT'-ctioii. Carjls of addie.-i uia^ be Iiad at Air. ^t!4f(M>a\ >'". 6U Old Bn�id-Mr JLclion to docnes-tirale as Tutor ti> the .son of a. Nobleman �i (ieiitlen)an of larj^ fiirluiic-, or t!> attf^jid liini to Kdinliurgh to tiudv liiUics-OfjIioHld an oppnrfuint,v.p�"f�CDt 'Isrlf to Imvcl.'iir &p!C\-^fij'taJtehib- Pupil under iis own roof. Tlie Adve/iLer uitaiMiii four morldrn htn|uagef, beiides tlie niicienf, and M�5,ft'JP�'Wi^f KiS^^i"'^ i'-'iftici'lar:service., to Jiis Itiftronly, to A. B. Iiookluuir=i Uhniry. noBil>tivet. f j. li'.-A Geiilleiuan who lias atfeiuled the Univeriitv [sfieral jears HJiiii>asiiuiilioii as Tnlor iij a Kohlein.-ir, �r Coiilticafl's Family. The m�stsi.-itisfiiCtorv leslioionials Hill bejivcii frumlh.; very respcctalile K-imily in wliich lie has jitfilforanhmlicrof yearj. Letters (poit-paidl to he sent t.>>lr.ltWswav. Ho-lt^Hler. Hicca/lillv. / � LOslV"" ''" pi'CliiiS hij Concerns in that Colony,.adopi iliis mfthoJ of requesting an Intervieiv as sooq as jioivihle. LKFl" his Friiinds on Monday the auth of January a YouSn Man, about 28 jcars of a�c, long visat^e, pale complexion, dark brotvii hair, about tiwe feet eight and a half inches higii; had on a black coat and ^vai^tcoilI, lig'at pantal'iun;, a.id ]le>siaii boots, bis linrn marked I. C.-Any ir.f�'lli.i:ence that may lead to where be may be found, will be kindly received, rindthe party handsomely rewarded fur Ihi-ir ir.iiible, and every expence paid by application to B. C. Glmve Tateru, frloorgate. J. AVI I.I.I A.M CASS. ANTKO to retU, a fiirnishfd IlOUSti or t fCOTTAaE, containing, two silting roonu, and abrnit�U�Ieeping rooms, with requisite onicc:- for a gei.tle- 1Mi;'sfamily, if � few ncres.of grassland the m-ire ngreeahl.-, ilislantbetween20and 50 milesrfrom Loiido.i.-Din ct ^vith full p^inicuhirs. (post paid) to A. B. Mr. .Mnll.-i .s. 'V' f,'I"'!"> Cr�at Rossel-streei, opposite-. Carolme-sireei,  Ueilkr.l- P'      KCUNIARV  AURANGIiMKN'T.-Any person of rank and property desirous of makinc an ex-j trii^l\e arr.-iiicemeiil, may i.-n(antly aicoinplisti the same, the j Adveriis:-r haviug a ium of greni mngiiitiide to invent forth-nilb.-Address or Apply from 11 till 4, to Mr. Berton, 10, Leice�ter-i lace, Leice>ter-st)uare.' _ (~^1ASTLK'li0USE7^"UNliKlDC: \i. W lCLi.S, >/,m03tbea�itifully situated on Mount Epliniim, ii-uv tit for.the ri'Ceplion ofji i-arbily, being; ai?" aired; >v'tli. delightful j)lea>ure-grouiids, goodcoach-hoiises.!itttbiei>..ic. . .. and Jarge.-for particulars apply to II. Delves, (Jr.irer, 'J'unbridge Welisi aud the slricte.-i attention will bi-p.iii- tvhi> will also be hnp))y to rmnmunicate w lai Lodging-bouses may be vacant, wllh every particular. "ARVKV's SAUCIC, for Fish, Game, vc- L. LAZIi.NBY respectfully informs t.V .\oliility and (t.rntrv the above admired .Article" is prfpaiv^J imly at her VVareliouse.No. G, lidward-slreet, i'ui tmao-sqaare ; and h-ap|ioiiitnieiit^ may be hiid of f. liavlcr, Ldiulmfi;!i licll, Scirburough; (iregfon, Liv. rpool ; Cetty, Kx.xiici-ter; Terry, IJjightO!:* Lomers, Soulliamptou; hUmt and Lce.iham.'llatli-; Jellerys, S^ilisburvi LisJir. l=-,vansea, &c. .�\l:d to ptevi-nt spurious imitations, cnch h..\v.^ iias AVr. Harvey's sigiiatuc'Pn the lat.el.-1,. L. .'l tlu- same time begs to'recomine:id her genuine Ks-er.fv >ft' .-Vnchovics; nbich, with a vavitty of rioJi Sauces aiui >'ickles, may he had, "packed in c.-ises ofa'.i-i/.e.-, for fii'.nily use .ind e.xporlalioo. APROSPFCTIJS of the  FIISTOilV of f|,c RliVOLUTION in FRA.VCK from i7fc;,> to i::-2. V,y HIC.nRV liK.ST. Sold by .T. RoiJkcr, New Bonil-siri-tt, �rireFH. This d.iy is published, price js. eli g imiy i-i graved and coloured. APLAN of (he RKV'inW MANCF/JVRES of a RKtJl.MK.ST of CA VAI.HV. ByAdjuiant �ViLLIAM IIALlvfir. Printed for and sold by T. Kgeriou, Alilitaiy Lii)rarv, ^Yhileha^^.__^ This day is published in 4to price Is. Gd. THE-PRIDE of IHRTH, in imitation of  t. present ojipo.^ite the ^Ihe Press, and shortly will b? p,.bli^liLd in lour Vol?. mes. &c. &c.-By U, lltTHCNK, Ksn. Printed for J. M. Kichardson,      Coinhill Uoyal iixchange. ' lly \ '.il.- _ pr.celf. 4s. iu boanl>, rilHE FAMrLV of SALTllAlLR: or   the JIF.IR OF MOUTAULT, a Komuncc-By HAK- RIKT JONES, Auth'ire.-s of Melmoiit Lodge" Published by J.  t aw thorn,  Uookseller to Highogss^the X^ripces^ ef Wales, No. 5, Catjit-ri - �    .v This aay;is oublishrd. ufice $s.     " TW'EW her Royal ne-strcrt.' IjN TiiOUSAND POUNDS-Any Noble-1 j., man, Glergvman, iir Person of r.al re.=peetal)ilitv, WnfflheshorKst notice be acconimcd:.ted with fropi 100/. iilO,0.'iOI. on approved security, at legal inteivsl, by ap- T lilifl.-Letters miist be post paui Cy observed �� every occasion. ITjjJpBK Cmlilurs I___- who have proved their debts L unilera Commission of Bankrupt,'awarded aiitl issued to RICHARD WKSTAIACATT (he elder, of Alouiit-?t, intke I'arish of Saint Gcoi-ge; llabovcr-square, in the -jnly bf MiHdl persou to be jaBignce of the said Bankrupi'* Estate aur. EUecU, and on ilUeriiffaits.' I GUO. LAW, Liucoln's-Inu, Solieitj^r for the Assignee. .^NNUmJiS.-Ten Ycaw rurchase will l>e 1 j4 iDioitJiatelygiven for Annuitiessecurcd upon Fieehold, |apyh�Id, arlojii;Leaselii.ld Estates, where the parlies have M Bbsolule-jnterest, and oii nbich (by reu>on of the pres-'weaflbetitues)n]nney cannot be oljlained upon mortgage ; 4 r and embraces Mjvanlage of being wat*r^'ri>of.-S. and P. Inventors and |.'ProprietoR. No. 4, Ring->lreet, Si. James's, their ItteM Warehouse, No. 4, Southampton-street, Strand, "le.GeDtlemcn joining the Army or Navy arc ccmpleatly jior, on Wedui-sd-iy, Febru.iry b, IiSdW bi'ir.g the day :;pi;ointed fora Gemi-.il Fa�t. !iy S.lAlUEL Lord Bishop of CARLISLE. Sold t.y F. C. and J. Riviiiston, St. i-'.iul's Church-y-ii.i  Hid P.tyne and Macki:ila\, Strand. Lately published, jince Js- lid. E'^LEGANTL^i LATIN/E ; a Now Rook of i Kx-ercises,fouiiiledon Rules for wHiinj Latin Prose � iih propriety apd elegance.-By the Rev. vv.i R 0 V A1. P V, Rector of Stanfonl, Berks, and one ct the Al:uiars of Reading School.-The Second I'.dition. .Sold by Alessrs. Law, Rithardsun, Lackington, and the other BooUsellSrs. This dav is |>uiili>lieil, pilrt- Is, t)d. FERDINAND VLN'DIUaTED and MINISTERS DliFlv.VUi:!). London: printed fi.'r J. Hatchard, liooiisellcr to her .M-i-jesly, No. 190, opposite Albany House, >'icca^illy.   When-may be had, price is. hurjpe, Liues on liie present W ar. In Heber, Al. A. Speedily will be publislieil. ill (>cLa\ u. N INQUIRY into the PRACi'JCAL Mil-RlTSof thcSY-SSTICM for the GO V ERNM I^N T of IN DIA, und'-r the SIJ PE R1NTEN DAN C E of ihe BuA RD ofCOXTROUL.   liy the i;.\!lL of LA UU l-.RDA LiC. Edinburgh; printed for Arch. Constable, and Co. Tdiii-i-hurrih;aiid Coo.-t.-ible, iiuuter, P.ark, and Hunter, No. 10, Lmigate-itreel, Liindon, A NEW ,PLA v.-riiis day wa.s published, price Cd. printed for pvckington, Allen and.Co. Temple of the Aluses, Pinsbury-square, P/ETUS and ARRIA ; a Trajjedy.   To which is prcQxed, a Letter to Thomas Sheridan, Esq. on the present State of the English Stage. Discite JHstitiam moniti."-Yrnr,, Also may be had, price 2s. fid. each, the follow ing much-esteemed Plays, fiotii the Pen of Mr. Cumberland :-U'heel of F'ortuHC; First Love; Sailor's Daughter; Joanna of ATontfancim; Hint to Husbands; and Jew of Alogadore. This day is published, in Ito, price 12s. in boards, N ESSAY on (he various orders of LOGARITHMIC TRANSCENHANTS, with an Inquiry into their applicttions to the integral calculus and Ihe summation of Series.-By WILLIAM SPE.VCi;. London: Printed for John Murr.iy; and Constable, Hunter, Park, .-iiid Huutcr, London; and Archibald Constable and Go. IMiiiburgli. CLASSICAL LIBRARIES, SOHO SQUARE. This day are published bv Profersor Viiire, 1. A TREATISE on ASTRONOMY, 4'o. Vo- Jtjk. luine 3, price l.is.-21 A Coiifniation of Atheism, from the Laws and Cou>tilulion of the Heavenly Bodies, 8vo. 4s. fid.-'J. The Credibility of Ihe Scripture Miracles vindiratcd, in nnswur to Air. Hume, sec"ii4euitii)n, enlarged 8vo. 2s.-4. Obiervations on the Hypothesis ts account for Gravitation, 8vo. Is.____ hit%. nLARKE.-In the Press, >iiid-pr-edily will b,- published, in two elegant Volumes, W nh a eorr. '� coiincctior--with the Duke of York ; and also Reflection- i>n Air. Cobbeit's Arguments, and on Air. Wardle's conclnding Observjitions on the Evidence adduced iu support of his charges agsiinst his Royal Highness. It will be sold by Mr. Chappie, Fall-AIa'l.___ MINUTES OF EVlDENCE.-CnApri.i:� I-diiinn. This day is published, in octavo, ilVntraled with a beautiful Portrait of Mrs. Clarke, from an original drawing, price 125. in boards, A UTHENTIG  arid   INTERESTING   ME- J\. AIOIRS of Mrs. CLARKE, from her infancy f) the present lime; likewise a faithful account of Air. VVarriles Charges relative (o his Royal Highness the Duke of York, together with the Alinules of Evi^ience complete, as taken in the lloosc of Colnmoiis. from authentic docnments. Published by Chappie, Pall Al.Ul; J. Bl.icklick, Royal Exchange; and Sherwood and Co. Paternoitec-row. �^^* The various l-;diiions hitherto published having b?en cosnplained.ofas incorrect mediums of iuforniarion, the publishers of this Edition h:ive spared neither trouble nor ei-pence in presenting the public with a faithful transcription of the evidence upon this distinguished case. In a few days will lie published a.- a Companion to the pre-ipnt Volume, the highly important Debates in the Honourable the House *of Common, on tliis remarkable Pnise-cutiun, taken in Short-Hand by the most eminent Hands. spcrtivc ^i^inls in the xercral Caxi.-iiiLS : ti:id Inc ^avtiti oi-surci are r\que:iUd to apply fvr f/;', rencttni u/'l.icii- P,jl.cic!, on or hcfnrc t.',c 9th of April n^jj?, as the. u^nal Fifta>.n liitys aii.iv:al fjr i'aymcni, 6tt/ond tht diiic of each Pulkj, uih then i;.i>.i\r. SAMUEL FF.NNING, Jnn. Secretary. Attendance is given daVyatihc '^aip O'Sces^ for the Assurance of Buildings. Goods Merchandiiie, and Ships, in Harb.iur, in Dock, or while building, from Loss or IJ.i-iiiaKe.by Eire, and also for the .^ssura'ice of, and granting /.ni-xi'-ics on. Lives. N.B. Fire Policies will bo issued free of Expence to the.Asr svred, w Here the .annual Premium amounts to b's. orupwarritl The Pri'iiiinm of 2s. 6d. per Cent, on Fanning Stock ;5 now reduced to 2s. per Cent. : existing Insunnces coveriirg' suciv Property will be reduc;'d as they b' co:ne due, uponappii-c:ition to the Oliiicc, or the .Agent through whom the tiisu-surance waS made. iV3N VENTIO|^^.-r Jt- T. RI zors upon principles of novelty, ease, independence, and .assured "lure-s, is sold at the Inventor's Warehouses, No, 52, piirk-bireel, (irosvrnor-square; and 65, C>:eapsirie. The above hiveuiion is .a plicuomenon in the arts uf tlie utmost � public utility, and will be iouiid even on a cnrsory ii}. sperfon, the greatest stretch of invention cvc" produced by a sin.sjle improvement ; it is ciinvenienily portalile, and iio't liablelo want repair, iu the most ioteuiperute climate, being a dense level. The al)"ve is particularly recsmmended to those who - -.....- - '--------   -   -   � liitifa gocd J he ab"ve is particularly recnmmended to those w cannot use a hone wiili eflect,or who liave not opportunit of appljing ts Cullers. I'.ach Tablet will be sold sign J. T. Rigge, in Red Ink and number, {irfce 7s. (id. To be SOLD, by LEIGH atid SOTHE BY, Booksellers, at their House, No. 145, opposite Catherine-street, Tuts D.\Y. and three following, ".ART �f the LIBRARY of the late Right Hon. Richard Lord Penrhjn. To which is added, the. ffippor, -ilvcr, android coins; likewise the luatliemalicjl r;'!d iiautic.il instruments, with models, &C. The whole tonnlii^ a hne collection of Books in the Belles Letters, \oja. r Edward Orme, Bond-flfcet yW. Crosby nnd Co. Statinner's-courl: W. Miller, Albemarle-itreet; Black and Co. Leadeoliall-street, and sold by all the Bo ik-ellcr*. N (he Glorious 12lh of April, (he GRAND STATi; LOTTERY comtncncesdrawing. The Schemi! ri ccdeiited, .and lipsidcs the Free Gift of 1,0J0 Whole Tickets for the first Prize nboie l.i/. the Fir-l D.iy ; and 50i) \Vliole 'Jickets for the First Prize above 15/. the Second U nnprc Day ; there are of 4 Prizes of � 20,000 . ^10,000    ��____ of .... .5,000   10 ____ of =�:i,00-> 5J0 &c. (kc. &c. ..All of which may be gained by One Ticket, if purchased before the Drawing commences. Tickets will surely rise as the Drawing approaches. STATE LOTTERY TICKETS and SHARES are now Selling in great variety at W.M. HODGES'S OlBce, established Upwards of 40 year^. No. 117, Pall .Mall, London.-Sixteenths only U. Ss. fid. whjrh is Ifii. per ticket rlieajier than any wlTere eUe ; other Shares in proportion. W. Hodges Slope's he shall ni>t be deemed unworthy the favours of the Public, by being content with less profit lhau olher Offices. 1500 Extra Chances, of the value of 33,000^ U civen, over and .above the usual amount of Capital luid other Prizes, and which Chances are so arninged as to proilncean im-mcBse sum of Money in the present St.ite Lottery, which begins Drawing oh the 12lh of next .Mootli. HOUNSBY and Co. (Stock Broliers; respectfully acquaint the Clubs, Si'Cietics, and individual Purchasers, that the present Scheme is far mor .advantageous to the Purchaser than .any former Lottery. In the lust Lottery, 'I icUets rose as high as 55/. Purchaser.* of Hnlvcs, 9�:rters, Eighths, and Sixteenths,-will be entitled to their Pr.-pnrlion of the 1,500 eitra Chances, as well as ull the great and small Prizes. Orders by Letter or Carrier executed exactly on the same Terms .as if present, at their old establi>hed St.ite Lottery Olfires, No. 'ili, Cornhill, and St. Margaret's Hill, Borough. HOIINSBY and Co.|bave shared and sold in the lust Two Years' Lotteries. 18.5U'........=�20,000 10,2'Jl......., 20,000 19.511........   20,000 No. 133..:... .�10,000 2,279......   lo.OOa &c. A-p. &c. THESPIRITOFENGLISH WIT AND POST-CHAISE GOiMPANlON.-This day is published, in One V small 8vo. on a line writing paper, and cnibellisbed fine Caricature F'rontispicce, coloured, price os. in exlra hoards, IHE SPIRIT of ENGLISH WIT; being. quently happens that Tradesmen .and others having oc-CHsioii to raise temporary suras of money on articles they would prefer to sell, ate obliged, from being unacquainted with a ready market, to have recourse to the Pawnbn>ker, and from different,causes, so Bnforinnale ns not to be able to redeegtthcm, AFcssrs. GRlniSTON E .and CO.No. 28, Ta^ bern.acle-row. City-road, Fiiisbnry, having money at com- j niand, o2er their stervices to the Holders ot Duplicates to re- ; ^deem the Goods, and purcha-e, or find immediate sale for : ^thcjp, the articjest with the exception of silver watches and ' wearnigapp.arel) or the amount,is not an i-bjeet; their terms are modenile,-they trust, from the inanner.of conducting their bosines*,'they will be able to give general satisfac-lion.-^Attendance from 11 to 3 daily. N..B. Trifling matters cannot be attended to. Job! of all kinds purch.ased, .aud cash ;idvanced upon mnnuf;iclured goodsof'all dcscr'tplion.?, and, if retptired, immediile markets found. ' rin\ A an entertaining Budget of Laughable Anecdotes, Sra.art i-ReparteeS, Prize hulU, Pointed Epigrams, Humorous Epitaphs, Droll Descriptions, Sprightly W ilticism.s, .SmguLir Characters, Bursts of Merriment, Cu.ious Adverli'-enuot.s Flights of imagination. Effusions of Fuuev, &c. Ii.cludii;^ several original Jeu d'Esprits. �� Idohidd that the fundsofwit and merriment are not yet exhausted, that the ivings of fancv are uot ytclipped, and that our ancestors li.ive uot said and sung ail our good Ihingf." Rital Priz'-s in the Two Last Year-s' Lotteries �rre sold io'ti.^1 Shnress, nimely- No.
                            

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