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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 29, 1809, London, Middlesex                                jrEDNEsDAY,  MARCH 29, 1809. PiiMlV; anjTr. Hsxiie, Hall MaJl. TIRaL of AlAJORCAMl'SliLL.-Speedily will bo pub-li.lied, Narratire of �l�c Circumstances of ti�at unfor- BitioD ; aof] after the Heights of Surir^j shall CQctested, -operatj^ni of ress. taios aiid OfS� ,-----,^ ... , ^............,..........       . . been ^reat an* ifi a jor^ught ajierwHrds,into Uit ^tvffiy't fThiuiMUtg | essenlial, and the Exerfions of Capt. Withers of PARKHOL'Si:, Seor.'trv. 0.nnd li K PO RT of�lie S J� IXIA L >1 IC UIC A L BO A R D jippoiutH by hts.Roy.il lligliiu'js llic Commaiidfr io Chief uml tlie Ri;;ul Ijrtji. tlu.-Sccrot.-iry at War, ti> Kxaminc the Statr of tliif .\nnr \} �iiital in tlitr Isle of WiRhf. in-terfppr?eil with Jii.-liiiiccs anil l*r(> f*of tlie Krii>s .Misrc'|jr>;- , seiiiali�m* conUiiucd in \;iruiu� P�l�\icalioiisliy Ur. J.nckvon. . - _____        , .      _____     _______ ______ � -By'J'llt)M.\S KK.\Tli, Ksii. F.K.S. hurgi-on Geutva! to i 'ittultvi, and treat Kitfi siic/i Pcnnns ms mag beieitlin^ to I hU Slaji-ilv'� Irtrrr.. . tuntie t.T\ations on the l-ilili Report of the Cotnmissioncrj of Military ln �SPORT-OtFlCi:, Feb."23^"iflOftT" I ''T^tJJi Comininsioiiers for cpnilncling His Mn-JL jesly's Trtihspari Service, fur taking care of Sich and \ It'uundcd Stamen, and for the Care and Ctatody of Prisonars of H'ar, d  of Money,andihe IVinriples of lixrhanses, i m relalins to t:nninii-rcc'and Public Revenue,   liy 1 \:o,,n;ifi]'uit 'nf a!, per  tnl'. ulhtztd on Shipping Jn^'uranct, i from tie 1st June, 18IW. '     .\it Tendcrtcilkbt rtcfived after One n'Clock on the day af I Treaty, uor ani/ ttoliccU uiUas the Parly, or an ^getit for him personally iUlend.   B -ck Tender must b* accompaaied^bif \ tKO TtsptctaBu Persons'engaging to become'^' rsun tendering, in the sum uf rOJJ/. fur the i if tilt Contract. ! irutars may be knoisn, by applying at tliii 1:ai;I.K ^^.SUKA.^UIi COMPAN V, Coriiliill, Loiioon. 1 ^ S'.SUllliliS rci/ft ^A/s Comjxinij are. resjiettfiiUjf i JL inl'uriiied, that Puluirs e-ipiring ((M.adv-L);iv ic:.'/ he ^i .     .-       .       ^�.F?_ i;r._'___       .. . (....... rtfUCKt that period, Prciuiiinii, fiz.- Lommoa liiiiur;nice ......to ^. lO.OM nt ^s. Hazardiins..............l�       G,0O.) .-it 3~.^ per Cenl. Doubly HazJiriliiiis........lo � Insurer? wixn mis ooninanv : reaic �f �harge Siintyt.    yl iced vnnppUciilinnat this OJJlir, iciihin I ifleVn \);i\~Jiiim i period, Ittccipls being ready ngrttably to Hit 'reduced J lO.OM .11 2i.y u,oo.) at nt�.er5, l.tdie. I11M- SliopWecpcr:;, and those " : hed, ^rice A CATALOGUE c.f IJDOKS roinpesing the jt\. Cla.-sic Library, No. 30, .Soho-fquar.*, London; and under the Agi-itcy *>( Mr. B;trrell, All Saint:' Church-yard, ranibrid;;e ; ihe property of W. H. I.unii, importer of (,'reek and I s'liii I5oolc^. Intrr-p't^ed uilli Kililioj;raphical N�tices, anif .-ur.iiiioins sonu* of ilie earliest Speriuieii-. of the Typo-' grapliie -Art, with tUi- imut re>perlable niodern l.ditions of ion, 28.3d.; a van�v oi �.�.v-, SiNvri, Is. 6d. t andavanejtV "f other fathiouable articles, ton MmrtiMi* �*�entiun, at No. 5'i, Cbiaj^ide.-r.-.So siiatK' meat ffoci price fiisl asked._ LIVEKPOOL NEW LJG�� COACH, u> niirvonly fuur inside, sets out fruin the GOLI^K.V CRUES, Cliating-Cross, uu %ud.-iy, Wednes4ay, and friday MutuiD!;S aiul Six o'Clock, throu^Eh >iorlb<-iuipi  tlambtflDam) LiirhGeld, on Tuesilay, 'ihursday, and S.itur-day .uorulngs at Si x, as usual. i'lie (Txftrd, Woro-sier, and I.udlow New and Klegant Cu2cb, srl5 nut oB'I'licfdayi, Thursdays, and Sulurdayt, at Two u'Clrck. TheOjford, Cheltenham,^oceiicr, Worcester, Lullow, Heftford, llncnn, CannariBen, and MiRord Haven Wail Coaches every eveniiijf at hight (Suudiv? al Sii). The UiiKhwd and .North VitiXff .Mail every rveniiis at wviifl.auJ from the General Poit Office at eiKhl (Suiid.tys at su). The Ilnlyhead Post Coach by Salop and CapM C;rei!;, **�v'>i''"".rn:g at nine, ��crjrt Sunday-By tJEORtili ilic Glorious IsmTof Xprrij^TiiTGR^^^^ STATJ; LOTTL'RY commences drawing. The .Ncherac iiTmprfcsilciitrd, and besides ttit I' ri-e Gift of 1,00;) W h->Ie Tirketsfor the first Prize ahn.c Ifll. tV- First Day ; anl .>.n) , Mliole Ticuets for the First Prize ab.*e la/, tlie Second j Uay; theri: afe    4 Prizes of ^ 20,003 , 3 .o... sf .... �.M.\3M    ti .... of .... ^1.000 �......lif...... 5,050  10 of J " &v.        &c. Allo^^l^ichJI1avbesp^^I!cd by One Ticket, if purchased before the Draw iiiR commence*. TirVrt^ will surely rise as tne l>rauinjf approache?._ S~T:COND STATK LOriTllYf"r IROS, con. ,,      MStiiiK of only 20.030Ticket'', besin? DrnvinR the I'.'lh , , or.\iull. leeP. "�WUK.KTS and >HARHS arc teHms by ; }LA/,AKI), HDRNE, and CO. Stock Brokers, .it tlieir i vWate Liiltery Otlirc, iNo. 9-J, under the Royal liXebaig-, ' . -and no ^^ Ill-re else in London on their arr�iii't. The Scheme coiitaiia Four Prizes of 'iO.0.0/. 'ach, with he usiKil Vmnber of iHher Capitals  till be emilled to One Thousand Witole Tickets ; :u�l the First dmwn Prize nbove i.V. on the Second will be entilled to Five Hundred W\iole ticket-;. Shnres in Propur-twii. These Tickets willV dep.i�itefl nt Ihe Bunk prcvKiii* nthf DrawinK, and delivered to Ihe fortuoale Proprietors at the dthe thereof. . (rf LeHcrt^ -pa�|.p.ii<|, duly ansu-'red.. and Scht^nc jralii.  Hank, Iiidia.aud South Sea Slocks, �ilb Ineirs.-12 "Vinuitiei, India Bonds, ivxehcqu-T Bills, and all aMi of ilovenaaent Securities, bought and sold by W1;LSH LA-VGCAC;*;.-Thi. day were publi-hcd, priuled t4ir J. Daniel, (arniarthen, and sold in London bv Laek-iii^ton, iVlliT, and Co. Temple of the. Musen, I'iiisbury-square, Ihi'followirs Woriv? in the Weiili Language. 1. Oi^'iiAIUr-i* ENGLISH and WELSH M\) DICTtO.NARV. in which iht l-o^lish Words and sonietiinrs the Kn^tish Idioms and i'hroseology are ac-cn-panied by thoM* which synonimise or correspond with theiU in Ihe Welsh iJin-nage, l'.'n:o. u . (is. boards.-..-l. Testament, with Cnimes' Rifeiii<-  i, (iuildbalt, by a Special .lury, before the Rijhl Honourable I.ord Chir'f .luslice Mall^li�ld,' DereinberSj, 1S03. To which are preliyi-d. .\lr. Kni:;ht'>i M.-itenu-nt of facts re-laling l �. larger paper, 4Ss. io lioaril:-, a Third Fdilipn of SPf.hl.rt i't Si T �ger paper HK 1LL\D and OOV.SSi'Y of HO.VlKll.- Tianslated into l'.n!;ii?h lil.ink vci>p, willi coplou- allc-nilion* .indiinle-, pn-pared foi the press by Ihe Translator.- AVII.Ll AM CO\V IM.R, l^.i. I'rinird for.I. JohnMw. io Sl.l'.iurs Church-yard.-Where may be hail v.-iii.iu� hditiim- of Mr. Covvpi-r'j Poems. 1. lii ey majrtoi^iiattttfeCapiUl Prises.____ Tliei-e F.di^oiis are iiilrii,[i<r's  on royal paper, SG'. G. Thesinie withoi.t (ilales, ini royal p.iper, its. 7. In Two Volume- posi Svo. with yvorij eiits Irin without opjiosiiion ; and uolwithslanding (he (lif. ficu'.tiis of tho country, we occupied a jiosilion on the biiiUs of the Grandu L^zarde RiTcr before day.break of the 31 si, with a corps of nearly four thousand nun, after a night march tf seven miles (hrdu^ii a (liliicultcountry. 'I'hcsc services were greatly farilitafed by the ju-dicinij and manly conduct "f ('aplain Beaver of his M !J's y's ship Acasla, who It;d into the Ray in a !>iil(l anl officer-like manner, prec-ded by his .Majesiy's brig Forrester, Captain Uichards. The exeriioi'S ind success of this measure were cum-[ileiely e(roci?e, two transports � iih 'I'hc Plant* are drawn and enzrarcri. with great accur.i-cy; the h$i.bi!s and the 'pioporliirtis prftperly' prenrrvrd. . This part of Ihe work vefliTts (treat credit on toe artist, Mr. Sowrrby.   We hizhly npprovr of thi� w�ik, and think it an in, wtio was or. dered, after uniting the l.vo corps, to proceed to ; f.irci^ (he height-i lif DrHf.iorni'aux, wiitNijI held Ihe Royal We!eh FiiMln.r-'    reserve to.strcnglh^i S'lch p-i'jt? of ?.t.(i:k as nrght require it.   

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