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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                - ... * 4 Frice oE, Alderman, SP* |4. ' CiJr. OTSHiwrfj'.Vi fteWdajr of April, 1S09, jjEiOLVKt), That Jtha* Jdiij?- IJten.nMffer f�f .fclliiy crfitouht, �h.!� aku^ of a mint rurru}")! n^rure \ni hJBBUt :i(�J��rT ''-"'f *x��t��. iiri Sfill p.m:=j rn various . I^la^irflh^ ailmiiiWiaf inn of Public .Afl*;i;": II. R^sow-'- 'M'-'t � ni\.'h'lTUTtOX.--Thf>X()bilftyand j I.VtWUATIOxNS  n>lrySt!t�cribrritnlhcnh�vplBsiitution. nr.-rr^ppcN | are rraAjfiirdi-Uvcryandmv )icjin^ M the o.1ic�- nh in cKiisi't ' ftrnsebuftacrMkniif Isrt yeardmmiu III hnvp/heir ii.imr.i !    ----...... �=-     . u .t...... .",^<;""   ';y plact^ �m the       are requited ti� fi.rw.ird tlif Jr n.iincs lu i lie Dir^r, la ofder 'toto tiimaelf. ami i�4 tMxnnijtl to a�w>J��l�'fl�" op��inhe�ame |>rinei!>Ifs. aiidfortJ-e I'^^bn^U F^fl!l�M^ and the ret iif the Hi buue�t mI iafciieiHJent Wnnbcr*. wfcow|�|torted Mr. WardleV pro. fTiih^Li ilie IJIh oTMwNrti, lttU9..aiid lru rrniiM�Kf:<� 4eaBart9err�m the lite iuve-ii;;,itiun, la �,rrv drpuiiw** "ftKc state. riiO   A.MErtlCAj   lill\Z\h%  KASr   or A WkST I.VOIfr;S.:^A: Young Man, fwejitv vearA of a;;p. ni^frs to rli^^4i*aB,v of ttie tihitve |>l!ir�'iii .-oinc itiiuiioii henav He lt|u�.   . H'ill ht; r-"p;'ctfully'at- adaici 9W. per an-. >i|t>,�4tDf tlie pabUcmonrVy wh�, uiih tlieic relaliuus, and Jllf Naraliinil Military Oilifeis ill that llousie, mu>t ^ive a ]uM irrpiHulerating aad danjccruuii iiiliui:iice to ilit: illiuis- IX. RfPilyed. That if any doubt could remain a uBicieiitlv ex-tepliMbythen>)ec>i�nof Mr. Wardle's \ate proposition IttHirlinDentaeniiist the mnslconcbisive evidence, aid uii-Miitpwl seme of the country; and n hero it appeared, tli.it I4ir 1 tf|n>***i'*',  '....." �-------------- wenflte Minifterr-notoiie I'Jaceinan Mwdwilyone Naval and one Military Commander was tobcfsund. ^, , 3L Rwilvfd, That other Govemmerts have crumbled iala tiiiiv-olher States have been subverted, aud ih-ir aiieieiil wdTcfltrable Institiitiofti overthrown, by I'.u- f'lly, prodi-]Kt,ai4^(f{!pt'(heir Riders; ana in tin'opinion ol this CommMHnll, unless this overwhclininp tide of coiruptiou brrJiffrt by (fmperate and timely reformation, it iiiuii ine-titaUjf Irkd ifl Ihe niin and subjugntitta of (hi>couiury. . XI. Ri-pilvcd, That it will be hiflily expedieiil tor the .Li�rrof1.OTiai.n, s^nic time durinjjtlic preaiil Session, to ml for tV purpose of laying a faithful ftatement of their pimnco bflore I'arliauieut, and pray for redress uf the Siinc., lit. 8rsrlrf(}.Th,it the Thanks of this Common Hall he jri'M(� Aldimiaii Combe, one of the Hepreseiilativcj for t/ii! Cilr in.Parliament, for (he *upport he g.ive to:Mr. Wwdle's Mntiuo. and for his unifoim iudepenUeiicc and in-'ci)mi|iiibiltyt in I'iirlianicnt I TbealtntelJcsnhiiioia �c�-e carried Unaimimkly.] XllL.Jlewilvrd, That .Sir AVilllain Curtis, hari. Sir rurlfs Price, lljiri. and Jaaics Shaw, i;sq. three of the 'Keprrwotaititesfiir tills �.. ify in Parliantriil, have bv their Ttcmt cwrfuft therein,-shewn a coiitnnpt and dt^^epl^d for tke*piaioni �od inlerest-i of tlicir.cnn.>-titaeiita, a base iub-MTii-iicy to the will of Minislerf, anil arc therefore uii-Horthy tbe eiinliileoc* of their fellow cilizeiis. . Xl*. lUfoltrd, Tlial the Lord ftjnjor has. by refusing .tocunwnea Common Hall on (hree diitVrcnt llcquifitioiis. �y prfSjiminR to dirtate theteriuSand object of (he present ttqutiiliun, by the reinctance he even afterwards oineed, Mil Ibetwuble and deLiy heJias created, shewn r contempt iM dilrrpod for the rij^ts oiWI privileges of the Livery, �fl hunrortby the.cuD&dence T�l hit fellow citizens. L*"!*Thanks of (hi� Common Hall lie jjiven to ?Tr't "''tbtnaij, f.iq. for bM manly conduct, in the pre-jWnwiDoe; and hit tian-nfiltinK ze.il upon all occasions *^ flic ImereSTS of his fellow-cilizeiKi arc In qoeiti -n. J Unanimnoslv, That the forcpjinjf ltr�oliitioiiP be .JjW^by the Town Clerfc, nod inserted in all the Morning �B f Sir Biimahy Skelchwcirs interesting RorigiM Work, entitfed the LONDON CHAItAC-iiS' "�P'�ilver, .ind v. it'i :a,\n silver edge*, brti--ders, &c.; at^o, Soup Ladles and ti�ii>'r diito ; Skewer? all lengths, and Table and Desert Sihkius and Forks of every description, plated enually slron^ ii]i 'urtJi the e� pei:c;-, and. u ill do nmre real, service,'and no p?r;oii can tell them from cilver.   � SILK STOCKINGS.-Sd'ingoff;' i.oci.ititnoMly cheap, at No. ."JS, Clieapside. ao immense Stock of all klBd�of>l(isiervj Gloves, I'lannels, Drawiip, Ladies' invisible Dressi-salLin one, Src. ShopUerperr^ find those wanting to buy largely will find a great ad�ii#i�*e by art early iiirpection .of the articles. A quoRlity qC. While .or BlncK Silk. 6s. 6d. to the best tpinlities, eqna'llyibrap ; stonrCot ton Stock logs, at Is. a pair; verv fine," Sn, 6d. j s-itpprfine, ^8. (id.; Rrnwn ColiMi, for biiots, ti'. 6d. ;'1Bne Ribbed Cot-lun, 2s.'3d.; a variety of (ilove 5ldc.-No abatement from price lirs* asked.- �VTEW. INVENTION.-J. T. RIGGI^sTt-le- brated MAGNKTICTAHLKT, for sharpening Razors up�ii principles of noyrlty. ea�e, indcpejidinice, and assured . ( U cnnvcnieutly portable, and not linbleto waul repair, in the most intemjierate climate, being a dense level. The ali^ve is particularly recnmmended to tho-e who c.-inunf ite a hone with ellert.or wh(> b.->vc not �|>porto'fiie.� of applying tn Cutlers. Isach 1'ablet will be sold signed J. T. Rigge, iu Red Ink and number, pri^e 7$. fid. FOR SALE byAUCTioT^, at No. 70, Tower, street, on Tliifsday next, April 6, at Twelve o'clock, the fullowin;: f-^nds, viz.-For l-.\portaiion or ilome Con-suHiption. and not -ulijectio the duty ofb'l. per tun, JUS iiog-sheads Claiet, 85 ditto While Pireignac-Prire ; 35 ditto White Pfodeisac. 16 ditto t; kilri.llv T''�'.:;i[;ra wh-.k^t wjllj Ar^^ ��� un5;�ed t.. ...Uer ..V,nd.-by which S.''"P^*"'7 ; ^^lura^ '^^'"^ l''"*"''** ^'"^'.t im de ten�s.-Mr. PR IN\U �itf4,atHi0pini..niimptt^rd.-is..ftl.entmo�f>u.poriance jj,,,|i;,m,, on ^-'r^ " ,, f,ur,nthisllo�e, No. 9. ^a�.a�..rnV.�rf...J.i~� , S.t. ntieiWI. .l..>�y f^""* lent.H.tour,^ _...........------- ARTIFICIAL TEKTII, made from a Substance with lireimel, wiiirh doesi-ot changeenlour,andappe.irs the poor occupiers i.nd inhabila-m williin (he .-laid Livil. in their caltle, corn, cru| pi:i; and furniiure, fr. in iheinutldu-tion  na^etncnt and applicition of the monies subscribed. 'Jballhc folloiving (ientlemeo, viz. the Rijtht Hon. the I'.-wI of flarifwieke, Ihe Right Rev. the Lird Uishop of lil>, tbe Rev. (he Dean and Prebendaries of Kly, thcAlere-bcis of the different Counties and Rorn.uhs within the Bedford Level; the Member* of the Board of the Boo. Corp'ir.ii tion of Bedford Level, (be Iltids of the scver.il C'dh-Res wittn'n the Univeritv of Cambridge, the MaRinraies �iih n the Isleof ;:lv,ihe Cleccyiueirof ihesevend Pari.l.e* with n the Itedford f.e�cl. and nH Subseiiber-i of l-"ive Gnin.-as anJ upwards lie of (he saiil-. Coiumittee.; and thut.-.ov siv, h.-ivr-\iuiwer to act ; uod that the ti�eetin�t uf (lie sai.ri.nyDi He. behiildiH at (be Wbiiir Hart liiu.lj,, or .it such other pi lee ^s^n.'Vt he thought pr-p.-r, 'That the Central Coanoiitee b' reqiifstcd to in-.lli.- Ilic Cli-rgynieno lhisevrr;il i);;r -hr- mtii.ii ihe J'.ii^f ud Lct^I taiice, to form iheniielvi-s into loeal eunimiltees fur the purpose of collcting c-nn illations nit lin their respective parishes, and ol .. puling and recommen I'D; u the Ccntial Cuii'niiiee, 'he nniitci add circumsiuuces of such perrons us thev may think worthy of reliei'. 'Uhat the Central C�>mniiitee be requested, a* soon a' they shall have received an the reponsof ihe Local Commttees, of the iiatitfr criptt>D�. Tliaf lb object of thi-- .Meeting it to rdreve poor cot-l.-i^eis, -and sro.ill occupiers, �ho by (lie late fl-'ods have loht Ihe.r aU. or have been reduced t> poverty from the deilrortion. of their corn, or er>i|ip:n^,'.ur from being com-peMed 10 part with their ^tock much below the value, Ri cuiatcqu.-pce'of want of food for them, small f a Knife Jtater, 3. Case of Uydroplwbia, &e. List of Medic.il Publications. Printedfnr Ijingnian, Ilarst, Rees, and Ormc, Paternoster Row ; sind Cadell and Davies, Strand. Of whoromiiy be had, Nns. I to fi, i;s. M. each._ This IJay ii pulilished. in one vol. post Svo. price (is, in boards, .TIJIi TWELFTH CblTlU.N OF >OiCAIS and   ESSAVS.-by  the late Miss BOW Dl:nR.-Including an lisjiiy on the advantages of Sickness. , Rath, printed by R. CrultweU; and sold by Wilkie and RpecHvrilij,.rJi. J For Ihe Beds and B.d^iers, KXXl.'.-For tile Brass 500/. V llii L/ii.i.lNu Ot-Fii-�-., .M.-ircii 21, iSOiK THE (Jomnrnstotiers for FiaurdUu^ Ws Mtu jtsty't Savf do hertbg gioe I^otica, tlittt on Taes. day,'A< Uh of April �rzt, tbq/ tcill l-e rearlv lo recdos nnilers inferiling, (ttnUd iip) and trrat fur TWO HUN-DRF.DTONSof good, sound, nierf hanujile RICK; to be nixKTiitie Iu samples to bt prodtHtd teiHitlie 't'endtrsf to be lieitutreti ,r:e lull/ ihcreufin a furtnigbl, and lOe nlier half ir. 11 fvrtiuf^li'- nfUii.Hrds, into His .Ititjetty's t'icluafliitff, S'/./rcs  orn wilhoat *y'n�f-     '.. ______ . -Vwi,---� H OPE's HECTIC 1*1 LLS are v^v day rising in theestetto of ^l.ose.who have wiA^ theireflrcts in Con..nmptio�s. '�hev have rreently owed >biiicr ParneR. "of Canterbury, after beiuit given up by fwalJhyslrians, n? m (he lat stage of Consumption.  J. M. W. of the ftoynl Col- ?Vie (\.riditiotu of Hit Contract mny be $etn at the Start' tarifs Ojfice, .Vu regard iriU be had to any Ten 'er in aklch Ihe price shall not be iiiterled U tcortls at Ungth, or that slmll not ie ri. Uvcred lo the Board on or Iffore One o'Clock an the said Tues-lay, the Ith of April next, nor unless] the J*trsnn kIio makes the Te.niler, or some Person on his behalf, allenis, to ansxer tehen calletl fur f^Oa COUGHS, CONSU.vimiON^i, &c.- STEERS's PAREGORIC LO/.KNGKS.-These Lozenges are nniveroally esteemeil in Coighs, Ho.irscnes", Consumptions, Asthraas,"&c. The slighter complaints are very speedily removed by Ihein, and ihey are of greit u?e in thosrt of more fatal tendeney ; but .as-tlie relief to heexpetjted froin ihenKwill depend on their beinggenuiiie, all purchasers-.trs requested to observe, that Mr. iNewl'ery's name is engraved on (lie stamps, without which, they niu^-t be cou "terleii-:. Sold by'J'. Newbery and Son�, St. i'auls: w here iii.iy be had, Steer.'s Camomile Dropj, priee     Is. yd. perbiMtle. Stcers's Oil for Convulsions   -   -   -  2s. hd. per bottle. NEXT Wl.l.K. " iTVN the Glorious 12tli of April, (he GRAND ^if STATE LOTfTERY connnejicesdrawing. The Scheme isHnprccedentfd, and besides Hie Free Gift of vVh.de Tickets for the tirn Prire abo.e b/. the Fif-^i l> iv ; nn I 5 );J Whole Tickets for the llrsl Priae above lai. inc Second Day; there are 4 Prizes of � 20,000 2......�f.... ..ew.oooi 6 .... of.... ^^Lwa 2......of 5,ajiJ i 10 .... of ....      5_-0 iStc. &c. &c. All of which m.ty be gniued by One Ticket, if purcka^ed before the Draw ii'g commences. Ticketsi*^ill surely rise a* tiie Drawing npproafho^. NEXT WJl^ � LOTTERY WITHOUT JMIECEDENT, Begins Drawing I'ith April, 18u9. ,NE Thotisand Whole Tickets for the first Drawn Prize above 15?. nnd Five Hundred Whole Tirkels for the fir-t Drawn J'r!7c nhnve lo^. on the Second Day, in addition lo the following Rich IJst of C.-ipilals; 4 l'riz.-s of =�.20,000 2..........   10,-03 9 ----------     5,000 6 Prizes of    1,000 la..........     500 &c. &C. or men ItSU"^    entering at the Universities -"-oiiK�Z!Il'2^~Noblemen and Gentl-...^.. Jf* laASSD^i?*^.".'''* Prnfes.i�n, are i.i- b^Jl^fea!..*^;. J proper e.ii- prop re^J:lvc manner. ,,_ . ^       comjwhjiion.andtutne !BK�ftbc�.ti:asii>j�. of Hemnptisij.or Sjiitiiigof Blood. Al� omis Udtes, in different families, lo whpttbhc rcflommeiideililliem, after th-v h.td in vain tried tjmosi every tbiiMt.-?�"W �h,,ics.ile  and" retail by G. WalVer, VTi, GrenI Piftllaitd-Mn-el, at '"2s. 9d. the BoK, W�nt. S2I. HoUkiC" s V.ide, 4 ,.&t,      . A. -Its Nature; Freedom of Ihe Pr�sa; Un;ver-al Principles; Cfvil Distinctions t Sovereignty; (Represeiit.-ttives ; Constimtion nod History of Ki^-iud: Lawo ; .lodges j'Sedi-lio.n and Treason; Secret Inforaiatiou i.Oaths; Tortures; JitaJiencet Bribery; Dignitv of the Pfebeian Charaeterj Foreigiers; Claims of Uhitdn-n; Slavery; Right; Properly ^ Kducatitw; Knowledge; Women and (heir i;duca. (ion ; Public Schools and Ckaritlrs ; Public Ileuses ; PosN; Minor Regulations in Cities and Town".; Food; Treat meiit of Aninals'; Nationsil lustituiifni'; Funerals; Fesljvali and G.imesj Dress;,Title.-:; War; T.r>..arKiii  Honours, Militarv and'.Navalj Di: ei>cer. �>IOB Printed for .<5loekd:ilr. junior, 41, Pall-Mall. l cvt. oldest br.jtVer ly^Kinft-Allred. TickeB and Shares in great variety are on Sale at .T, WARNER'S, No. Ifi, Com'iin, where No. Jti,9()9, yu,'^^^. and 7,2'i7, 10,t).H)(. Were recently sold in Shares. Letters from the Country, post paid, cootai.-iins Banknotes, Post Office Orders, or Bids ot short date, treated the same as if present. NEXT. W KI.K. One Thoiisind Five Hnndrc I State Lottery Tickets a?a free (iift in the pre.-ient Loitery, whicU begins drawing oo Wni)Ni;sD.*.Y, iSth of April. nnlCKE rS and SHARED are now selliniT in (he JL Second State Lottcrv. the S^heme consists of 2i),U0O Tickets only, �\ith the additional Free Gift of the present Coirtrartors of 1,0J0 Whole Tickets, for the fir�t dranu Pri2-, cither Wi-ol.i or in Shares, that is drawn on ihe Fiitt l).iy above 15/, in addition to (he.Prize that it will otherwise be entitled to-Hkewi-e.WO llckels, in like manner, fur Ihe Second Day of Drawing, wiiho'ut impoverisning the said Scheme-therefore an early purclia-e is recommended bySir JAMES BR A NSCO.M B and Co. Pr.iprietots ot tb  )0    �,l lo    ^20.(100 2l,3a5     20,010  lL2i3      20.0JO   I2,U0.")       Jtt.u.lO 7,757     20,022     577       �j,uO.>  18,7a3      KJ.uOO 1,058     20,000 With 20 Prizc=;of 5,00(V. and l,o:X)/. Be-i  a.iiiete.l with Scrophnl.i, Leprosy. Seurvy, Seorhutic i>uptions and any of those melancholy Disejises arising'from loipuritv of the blood andjuice*: thor'e vho sulTcrfrom thedissip.itioiis and iodiscretioos of tlieir yoitlh, or ivlio�e co.nstituli.ins are t^roken down and debilitated by mercurial, aniimonia!, or arsenic medicines, should, in the S|iri;ig submit to a r-gular ci'Uise of the Vegetable Synip. The elVect olthi^ Medinne, prir.cip.illy on the insensihle persp'r.ilion, i..:s.iicii a? not n iiiti-riupt either business or pleafurc ; it operates (in the animal juices, and requires only the coinaioii reytraints of nio.le-ralionindiel, ll i.^ dis.'olred in the ch\te
                            

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