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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 28, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY,  MJiWH 2S, iaC9. Price rjr^JiNT SlIiK. HATS, 393, Stran. Strand.-The gireii gene- aiij- clly or largt- tnwn in Knglnnd of Irrlaiid. He iniKlit nnt oliject to take a -Share, after licnij� a sufficient time lu iiruve tluitit was eligible-Apjily to Messrs. Snow and Scaivetis, Brewery .ftgentji. ICnrl-nrcet, Bhukfri.irs._ japUfcl TIIKATUb; at Boltoii-le-Aloors, �ith ........... ,_ JL Scenerv, &c. nimplete, to be LET and entered upon .,iVficiioii,mill j>e"�isi"ii�"qrt�ntlS"� RreJifrrepuje, has ' jrameJiaiely-AppJicaiion (by letters, post-paid), to ;\Ir. ' j     k^f-nil t'l-r*'""- t" impose  l&Sliap�saroal�a>siead> lii;>liedjit K.llicii viiirs, ij ^ Ifcil.^'aPJP .avft>'V"^^'"^ FattHtues.-J^J, Sirand, opjio- ' .Olid Deatm>uj'p:�d anaHvttr.tigr.nw^SRiw.      ,     ^ [OPE iN^SUUANCpf COMFA.VY.-K1U8, ji J. Ln'li,Hn.l AX.NUrniiS-i>i)ital Two .Milliuijs-^ Office. Ludgate Hill, Loiidw. PolineSoflB�"'i"iM. wbifli expire at I-adv-Dayj should bcrfoewed within Fifteen days from that j>eriDd. - �ith tills OflicP. ivhuse policies expire at di that printed cer-i*�ry at the Otuce, t/oiiipauy ibroughi'ut rpO the FACULTV-An opporiunity ..flers A for a Mcdic.il Man, (propei'ly qdulified Id pfractise the ^rwUhtbere.cpecti*e Age..!* the Uuited Kingdom ti in (lie'KstaWishirtciil.-Per^oll5 iii'^uring tor ijinie jiMrs than one allowed a cfliuidernble discount tin Hri-mium.and CHty.->'o elwrge Jor Policii-i of aOO/. and upiv.irdt-�-/.r fur PuliciesuudiT that amauiit, wUv" elliicted for iliree yeari or � taore-nor far l';i!d'irj�'mem:i. Alterations, or Smteys.-So dtdttClioH ill the payment of loj.es.-Damage bv Li^hfniug iDiiJegnod.-A Hn-kemse of ol, per teat, ou Shiiipiii^ �ii-innih(J?.~Aba(e:iieiils uji Jjisurances out of Loiidun, fr.mi . 'lOtWw. percent, on the PreraiUui,aud a libcrul allowance on Duly--Lives iiisurcJ, Atmuilies, and X^ildien's l-.Md �v-ijieirtsinmted, on equitable aiidadvantageuu* terius.-Scvliti-�tjB and others allowed a Cou�uib>iou ou'brinsiii); Life lu-' . �or�DcMtd'thii Office..        ,   , fafjniue Stock Insured at 2f. per cmt. *-f .    �,  1-     � By Order ofilie Board,  >  . WILLI AM BURY, Secretary.  unti-y llesideutSj hudcr Fmliainculary � -TRUSTFKS.: three branches of the pnifes-ioii} i �e S tlve (iloitous 12tb ol Apnl, (iiuGllAlvO STATE LOTTi;aY commences drawing. The Scheme is unprecedented, and besides the Free Gift ot 1,000 AVhnli; Tickelsfor the first Prize aboye 15/. the First Day; and Mi Whole Ticket* for the"First I'rize .ibove 15A the Second Dayj theivare 4 Prizes of � 20,000 otxii tjJij'. GREAT BllITJiN ASD 6i'.i/-Y. TllE.VtY OF PEACE, FRIRND^IllP, ANU ALLIANCE. BETWEEN ms DICIT-IN-VIC MAJESTT A.VD HIS C V-TIIOUC MAJESTY FEHOtVAND VII. SIliSEO AT LOLDO.V THE 14TiI OAV OK J UNLAllV, 1600. Inthe-name of the Mo�t Holy and tmdi* ided rrt;:t> : The erciits which have taken |)l;itf in Si/ain haTing fermiiia rouutries, with all the care and eonsideraii.m due to S41 important a subject, the High Comraclin^ P.irH' g mutually c gise to jiroceed to such nr(;.K:iatiiin assiro>i u shall be pr.iciic.ible so th do. afiordins, to the mean time, mutual f:ic;lities Ti the cfmnnerce of the subjeets of �-afh other, by regiiiatiniu fuaaded ou priucipleii uf reciprccuj Utility. The pr<- l GEOIIGF. CA.N.NING. (L.b> JUAJ^ IlLIZ DL APUDACA. LMPERlAb PAHLUMENT HOUSE OF LORDS, Monoat, March 27. Co'.i.i5el were Ijcard in the Ru.Kbargli Pcer.ige Cau;^. Furtlier jjr.HcciliRffj lo-murrnw. i'lif Corn Inipnriaiion and Sjiirt Wash fJiiU were brought dies  acting in the name .and on tlie h.half ,f his    "P,!^n-,!b:.!,;Xp::rJ;^!::!.      wal'i^ld a seco�d time. ^Ca^HMJifeAjJ^^ty^ MJ^M?*^ .V^*- l*^*'' eonf ti-       Paulctl\ Oivoffe liiU was read a Hrsi lime.     ' l�tS^^~8^"nfedrWH^sto        ids Majisty      'i:t,m.r^t:K^ii^^i.^^i^ 2^.. 2 ... of 10,000 5,000 b 10 of of ^1,000 &c. &c. &c, All of >vhich may be /*niued by One Ticket, if purchased before the IJrtiwing commeitce*. Tickets will surely rise as tiie Dpiiwiii^ approaches. Lt^TTiiRy ^vlfHOl;T PK)xi:oi;?fT, Ilegiu". Drattiin; 12th April, 1809. iNK Thousand Whole Tiekets for the first _   Drawn Prize above l.l/. and Five Iluiidnd Whole Tickets for lite tir>l Hrawn Prije above 15/. on-the .'=.i'eoiid Day, in addition to the following Rich Li;t of C.^piuls. .     .        . ^ ,....,,. � prijfs of ^l,iKio 10..........    5u0 4 Prizes of i:.20,iKiO '2____;.....     10,COi} i...........   5,000 AVlUtni VRAKD. Kfu. h\. V. SCROPE BKRN A IJ D,' 1-.h|. M : P. .1 .   . -   Ai.dSixty Dirertilrs. , Mr?AtJKC't)itiEcT-?ii', J.     B'^HIiKrt, Ivjq. > � Meonp'rccedeiited apjirohation ivhich t.'iis lijl,iHlishmri;t liHtrcctved in nll.p;(ri5 -df the (L'ooi.try, ciuitiniH ihc Dirrr-tpnip tl^iropiiiiiin of .its iisefuluess,'Hn  renewed .\iinunll v, (.".n tici'puie ripijilT    lywIlhlhiMirigiiial Suh-cribeniii) Mich Pmlil- :n maj-liave .attrurd during tii,-if tiiiic.   \Vilh lliis advait-ii:.'(Iiey^have .the^.fCiil.'il- ai.d Valuableii'si'aiirp of n.Ubrin:; li.ilite li>iii;;ke gooilthcl.iSstsiif lit hers,'a� the sole rVspim-ihility   an extensive rtssocia'ion of .Nishlrm.ii and (ieiille-ineij �ho hiive.suU;cril>' tl an,ampl<: La^ul.irtog �rruube the. .eBgii^meiits of tills,OKire. Thcfe P|-()fitii ate couwdcred t<� be very ceitniii  miiiii!i;i'-,  -iiient uuciii-iimb^-red by large and numerous siilmies; ine '    ,'lre>li'is, Hirectnrs, I'in'd Auditors art gnituitcufly. Farmiiisr'Stock ia-urcd g*�ieiiill>, \9itliuUt the aveio.^c chiuso, ;it the reduced i-jitf of'.'s. per "cent. .Vo charge is huide for Policies on reilioval frohi other , ..offirrs.'- ^ IVtS'w iusurin^rf.ir seven jcats by one '^yivent, are V   cliunsi'd tor six jcais'iiiily. . ^  '*ave liefen alw aj-s made good by this Ollice, without "� - deHuctitidordi-coiint. :   .,   . Agents are Jippointid in all the principal towns � ho . arc also Apeii(s for the Provident Life Otfiee.fouhdi don sirai-ar prihcipt^j. WESTMipvS rER sqciK rVfor IfiTurance on .Uvi's aiid .Survivorships iini ^rantiiiir .^nr.Niiics, Jifnnd and Coriihill, T.rtndon__This .Society, insUlutrd for tVronvfiiieucy and nrcommudiiliou of e�er> class and condition of life� W.1s ejlahlished in itt'J7i>i, upon a plan settled after the in.ist in:ilure consi.ienifion ami iipprohnll.in ofjeveifnl of the uni.^l eminent of his .M.-tjestjf's C-nnsel. tt nnhr.ic,3 two ubjecliof coucchi  ,j |�i'*'^;^j'9'PJl�M?^|l.^>'^* depeniV.uiCK on the easmiliy "f life. \ ;   �etiihle�, t.y� artif*;. ^> b'J Wiilo� and Clnlrfren tlH' ^i.-iy- i tSertof i,uiaiif.mi>iiey.."a> in his .iuHi;r.i'-vt will tncm.M)i)in inft distress aiid pnveriy whie.t hi) tleath wi>uM othij^wlae otcaiion. - a-ii't hrlil un Liveq. 1 � � Uif p;irlJes hiililii-j� TifVeis ami Shares in ureat varietv are on Sale at 3, WA H.N tils, .Vo. 1(>, torul.ill, where lli.Po:^, 20,000/. and 7,2^7, lO.Ol'O/. were r. cciitly sold in Shares. Leitent from the Country, pus-t paii!, rontaining Raiik-' nous. Post Ortiee Ordi is, or bills of short date, treated the same a? if i.Ti-seiit.        ^__^___^ C.VilRGLL and Co. Stock lirol;trs,;No. 2fi, Oxford-slrert, near Uiithboiic Pl.ic^,nrt{uaiiit the I'uh-lic in f^iK-r.il, (hat Tickets niul SU;irei are scllnig, in va-tirty ivif-Numbers, at their OtHce, for llie ensuing grand und iiilerisriiii; N I.VV LDTTIJfi', wliich lugins dwtuing ou the 12th of .�\pril next.-.Not three Blanks to a Piiirc. S.LllICMl;. First Day, First Drawn I'rize above Ijt. wltlbetlfso a grand I'rize of llHK) ^^ hole 'J'iikeis. Srconil l>.i>, I ii>t Dran it Prize above I^li; will be ijso a grand Pnze iH'otK) W li.'le Tickets. They may of couise inclu.le the folloivin^ Capilal PrizH :., 1 I'rizrsnf i;2',()();i.'! 2 Prizes of Z'.Ki,0.)0 i 6 J'rizes of ;�.1,0J0 2...........:.j;i)O.H 10............. ju5 &c. &c. &c. Capital Prizes in the late nnil foimrr l.nltw-ies, to a jrr.-ot rthiooiit, have been s'ld and shared by (JAKROl.L and Co. atul the .Money p. chemr�f.� be h.idgr.iti*. ^'pilOMAS TKGG,   Wholesale  and   Hel.iil JL    Denli-r in Caricatures, No. Ill, Che.ip>idf. h^Rs ii-ave to liifiirm his Friends, tiiat he has published the fol- lowms M-.vv a'ld POI'Ul.Ali. CARlC.v I UllKS, pnce oiily One SiiilliijJ each, culoured. jN. 15. Please to oUmtvi', tliat I publish my Caricatures at �Js. each, rcLiil, eijiial in any at double llie price. 1. The Oiiko.- Love Letter Trav.vtie. 'J. DirSiiUiimn nf I'ai (ncrshiii, or .Mrs. Clarke yvinding up her Arcoinl:^. Wediicsday. Ihi-  Slh March, " big with the Fate of \-ai.d .Mrs. Clarke.' 1. A Pil;;riniagc to tTl(iuci*jtc r-plitce .' .0. The Hood t.> Preferment through Clarke's Passage* ti. A new Parliamenlary Toa-t. '7. Yorkshire Hicros'vphics, Plate I. S. Diito d li.i        Pluc If; 9. DiUo ditto        I'lali; IlL 10. Dajs of Pros|)erity in (iloucciter-plaeei dl- a Kept Afi>lressl" hifch l-eather. 11. for l.ove, or :i Scene at Weymouth. 12. The Bi.-lmp and hb Clarke, or a Peep into Paradise. 13. The York iMarch ! � 11. Fanner lilunt's Apolnyy. 15. l.h.: IViamvirtte of (il.>'urester-place,orthe Clarke, the i'oldicr, and the I.in lor. 15. Chrlsi-a Paiade, or a croaking Member survey-hs the o'.-t-ide, the iiuido, and lliebackside of ilr=. Cliirke'i I'remiscs. l"?. The Buri-inL' Shame. Jfi. Mrs. Clarke? Levee. J9. TheYork iMagiciantransfdfmlng a Foot-boy ihto a Captain. -N. H. A New Caric-xliire on the above Subject will be rcgplarly published ev.ry day ilu'riii); the prc-eut tmjuiry. Alio, ju.-l published, price'(ImIv Is. cohnnyd, I'll )�> COif-Vh.N I U).N m CI.N i II A, a Parody .m The House that Jrtek bnilt. " N, R. Mwnpv with Orders from the Country, nth March. JbO!). . avprtbencaeialadiunttik-t is ."ruied ti Uir pariVs hi.I.liij: , tur.'' g : ;AnK. I. There shall be between his MajrJty Ihe Kins of the United Kingdom of Great Urilfini and Ireland, .iiid his Catholic Majesty Ferdinand VII, King of Spa in anil of the Indies thereunto appcriaiiiiiis, and between alt ihilr king* doms, states, dominions, .tud subjects, a Christian, stablif) and iiiviuiable peace, and aperpct\i.il and sincere amity, and a stiict alliaBce during tlie war again-i Prance; together ' with ai/entire and la-ting oblivion of al! .".ris of ho.|ility done on either side, in the cour-e of the laie war?, in which they have been cnjtaged against each other. JL To obviate all';o(pplaiiits and di-putes which might ari.se Oa the siibjcct of prizes, caprin-d posterior to tlic declaraliun published by his Britannic Majesty on the Itfi tjf Jnly of the last year, it has been iiiutonlly, agreed, tiiat the v.s.=e!i and property taken ponerior lo ihi- dale of the said declaration, in any seas or porn of Ihe world,�iih�ut any e.yfe|>tioii,and Mtlhout ahy regard either to time or place, shall he restored by both parlies. And a- the arcidenial occupation of any of (he ports of the Peiiinsulaby ilie common enemy, might ncc.isioiuiispnu-s respecting any ve<-t:U,MfJiirh, in ignorance of such ore .palion, might direct their course to those ports from any other harbour,cither oi'tlie PeniiisulH or the colonies; and as cases may occur in which   enemy's otrnpalion of any harbour which they are desirous to enter, or sucli as may Succeed in making their escape fr.im any harli.nir so occupied,shall not be captured, nor themselves nor their cargo be toiisidcred a^a good priz ; hut, on tite contrary, that they shall meet with every help and ;issist;ince from the naval power of His Britannic Maj.sty. HI. His Britannic Majesty engages In cojitinne to a^ist, to the utiiiDsfcof his power, the Sjjanisli Nation in their strug-gleagain-l the tyranny anJ usurpation of France, and pio-mtses Hot to acknowledge any otlii-r K ing  w h-ch are prefixed (he Opinions j of MHancthon, Liilhrr. .md othel^ on the utility, tjecwity, .j ande.ns(ne?!.oflhr.s!udvnf the Hebrew Language, 12mo. Is. cis LHieris, 12mo. Is. ��a Lif��5psuraiM- ;Us�c.Ubyseriiriri�,-thtrtugb.aniibilwyipems ai�e, TV^um l-.> p.ti.A at the dcaW of the Hi tru^e may by this be prevVnled, anit-ar. VICTUALLING OFFICE, March 21, im. THE Vommissioners for Fictuntting His Ma-jasty's .Navy do liertb-j give'tioUce, IM on Tucj-! day, fA* 4th of April nrxl,JJ,{y ,mU.Pc rvt^J" "f^j^* Tenders in*riltn^, (sraltd up) "n''^'^ ^J^.O "l'^" DRl.D TOSof good, swiid, mcrcHntrtaWe Kli-t. ?-To oe s:�;�orss, DMiiy intirmitv, and Ptbcr ca.sumi�s."� , . ,By tfiUOteceV evrrj^ctJUnliiry p�6�W��� '"�y^.,^^''� "iherfor-a party periiilly, or turhU.Wldi.w,' Cbddren, "�J'Wp.tajdSuB; amfM^wage^Sjetlleineiits procured. ^ . . Terms and U.mditioirsUraTis. dsaKovi!, or of the Agents, Society fij OiiHlIn, Edi.lblitRli,Bnd Other Citle. ^mf : *^ in Great IJifitaiu and liTfinud,-..^^^    ^ %?�Trd- Willie hed to ms- TinAa:m.�hich the pHu ] dtliuer.l/ Jo the Board on or beffprcOnao Clotk  f the 13th of Jantinrv. The rhotion, a-tei some ..bs-rvations from iLarls LlvtR-pooi. and tlRr.Y. yvas acceded to. Lord RtlSSLVN moved forcopie.-nf tho instructions tat'ie British iMinisters in Sp.iiii .-iml Portugal, respecting the military operat;ftns in those couiitries. The motion was resisted by L.ird Lirrtipoot., and after a short reply from Earl Giir.v, liie qaeslhm was pul, and ihe inuliun rrjcctrd. .> I AMl'AIGN IV SPAI.V. Karl CiRl'^Y gave notice, that mi the ISth of ne.tt month he w'lHild mukc amotion on the sutyect of the late camj>iiigii in Spain and ror(ti;;:iL LordLlVKRPOOL said he would he happy to learn from the .Noble Lord the purport and extent of his mution. K.Trt GRL Y said, that he had not yet made up his mind as to the paCtirulnr shape in which should put lf>e motluu, but it would embrace the whole of the coniluct of the rau^-paigii ill Spain and I'ortugal, and of c-.urse, the conduct of ;Mini5tet�, as far as It related to the military operalloui In those cuuuirie;. C.VITF.D STATPiS. Lord SF.LKIIIK gave notice, that after the receS<, Iv  wo'ild submit a motiuii to the llnese ou ihe sii'ijeri of tbj iiilsslon of ;\lr. Host to the tioveniment of tlie L'oiled Slates Adjourned. IIOUSK 6f*co,vimo.\^. A Petition w,%s presented a^alnrtthe building of ihe Vasx-ball ISridRe.   R<-lerr<- il:ind, which alter some explanalioo from Mr. litsicisso:!, were ordered tlRUTSH BRt.WKRltS. Mr. WHITKRFAU observed, there was a Commitiee now sitting up stairs ou (he subject of the Intercourse of 1 jis-tilled Spirits between Great BrKain and Ireland: and as it w;lSuftoer^tond the interest- of the lirilisb Breweries were likely tube .-itl. cted by the .irraiigem.-ut� fonndeu apou thLs suhiect between tat two c-nnnries he hoped there would be III' objection to his moving now .�'.n iii�tructiiiD lo the said Con.-mitlec to extend tlicrf mtiuiri :s to the regulations that goven-. the luliTCouroe of Beer betiveen tbc t�o countries After some observations from Mr. i-osxcRanil Mr. Wjur-B&tAU, it v�as agreed to defer hit moltm tiil a future d^iy. IMPRISONED PUBLISHERS. -Mr. WHlTBllliAD brought up two Petitions; the one from Henry White, late Editor of I'm Independant fVhigy aovr confined in Dorchestet Jail; and the other from->- Hart, l^te Pfin. ter of the same Paper, now confiiKd in Gloiices. tor Jail. lie did not pledge himself to p^oTe the truth of the assertions madeiii the pj^iiUons he held in his hand, bat he ihonght it hij- duty, as a Member of Parliament, to brjiig forward the petition of any iadividuaJ who thought himself ag-grieTed, if couched ta terms of pr�per. respect to that House. The petit^os conUiacd aljegations which onght to be inquired into, that, if poa. . In witness whereof, \\'e, the undrrsigned Plenipotentiaries have tinned, &c.&c. Done at London, thit Uta      of Janaary, IRnsi' (L.8.)        OEO'RGE CAWJflNG. (L.S.)       JUAN RVll DE^AlipDACA. Article II. Separ^i^.-.^ Trcsitj' sball forthwiti? be nego. elated, Ftipalatin^ the aiaount aitfd description ii? Wiccotire to be afforded by"hi* BritnuDic j/lajesty, agreeable totfJe Third of the prAent Treaty. present ieparateArt'icte shall ^a*e the fame force and If Ij were ioserted, word for wordrin the Treaty j Frifoiishlp.and AlliaiKe,t!gncd this dny.aad ibail at theiam* time- ; sible, they might be proTcd false, or'that', if Io wHtiew whereof, we, the Mdersigned Pleaipotentia- foond trae, the grierances complained of might be rift, havesigaeti 4c. redressed.   The petitiotr of Henry White was D.,.�.atLo�do^.h.ll^hda^^ofJ^^^ | ^^.^ read, which set forth, that the petitioner IU.8.)    Jl/Aur HUIZ DE APODACA    ' bad been Proprietor of ITis Independant fVhig^   

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