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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SfBtbfr of ^'��"�l"3n>ent. in bridKiiif^ fArward and iiriis<<.-it. hr tdc Inqiijn in the lliiu^ir uf Cuiniuuju, iatu Hie WDiluct jrf the late O'ffliiiaDilcr in fliirf. thnl llifVil" forlhwith rmj-iill Mr. W.-inllc ai to (lie lnu^r  i�fi*criviii{;llie fame ind C'i''P'>ratio:i, .-IS ain-iii'iT iMi>4niiri:iI of tin-l>)iiuiiin ic Irffaiartl,'!^' ">f Cor;>"ir;i::ii. iiid Inlialiitnutx of this r �vi!, of Mr. Waidlc's l'.irlia-ii'i!i.iry Servirw, and as    tribute of Tlial I'"-" all"*  li is, and a Copy of tlie Address be , ThaiTliank* �f tins Mcctiii;; be j?iven iii Mr. \V�ile fui-kiiiJjie amt impartial conduct in ibe (;hair. TUB AI)irrlj;S5. To G. L. WAMD1.C. Jjxj. M. P. firKlaluiinff, M.ircli 27, lf?03. 9i priiieipal inli.ibiiams of the 'Vown of (indiilnidi-, i\m tjva'snuldetl at tlic Town Haii; ill pursunnce of a iviiHisj- p>��iiiffd, that C'lirrn-'tioinn any Govirmjient ni-i-t nor aid C'or- Here foilnw the signalui-es of,Hpwards of scvrnly re-fpeclable persons conip'�tiii.a: the l^nrporalioii and prini'ipal.i lial)ilanls of  nhtiilif e bad, packed iuc-iiea of all sizes. I^�r OoniJy^ij-e nndc-TK'tr^alion. \rOBLEMKN, g'^TLKMRN, &c. are rc, 1* spcctfally informed t!iey may be supplied with Money tealiyAraouul,uu terms equal to Mortagi-, secured on Free- "      ' tiri   tj.Ac�k#ilil   l^aHrl  .^r 14iui�...i   Afiinj�v in'llw. BWtCim GALLKar, Pall.Man.-this Gal. lerv, for the EXHIBITION and SAl.K of the ^.VOi^KS;..f I'.lirn.SU AirriSr, isi.o� openlolhe Public, iui.l n ill rii..tliMir  -n i-t-fi'y div, iVom t^ii in the fure-noou^tillSve ill tliraft-.-ranon.-Adniitiaiice Is. Ct�talogucsOd. iiv t)�dtT. Vv.LKNTLN'K GRlCK.V.yA. R. A. Keeper. ^pOKTi.K.s._\\lLl.SHl[li':, Kii>g's ^crxd'vZ jL vern. Piiulny, h.-is jnrt lamltd a fuw fine lively TURTLK.*? for SA I.E.-TurtW dieted every day in the higbeit peitcttion for partic-jjur >ciit to any part of Town Hfc^jountry.___________ AN ANNUITY is uatitcd for TWO THOUSAND POUNDS; at the party i> desirous 10 dipi>:e of this sum. v-ishes an increase of Irco'itie on f.iir Tennj, the ifcurity for quarantceiig. the paynitnt is expected to l)e jfood. Addi-crf, pott paid, to X. X. George's CoUee-bousc, (�h,inrery-|aiii'._^ a FotitiM.\N. of Such F'enon npply- rnsto Mr. Pielil. No. ^Jl, Oxford-^t^eet, will meet with Comtant einploymeiit. , ^ lUTCIlEHS.-lo be Li;r, a BUTCHIilVS SIIOl*, in one of the principal Markets in the City, which hasl>ren ni:iny years C�tabli�hed In a re>pcctable coil-acciioh.-AppIy to Mr. liurion, No. 6*2. Cornhill. A'~ "a.ViV KXC�AN�K.-A CAFTATNTTa Went fiiitiii lleKi'nent, at Jamaica, will give a DillVr-encc to a Siiisli* l>:i1l.il!.> will also be tHippy to coinniniiicale what Lndging-Imuscs may be vacant, vvitli every particfilar. {."^URNISHED Ivi ANSION~in KKNT-To L be LKT, foralerin of Three Years, a capital M.^N-SlON-llOUSi:, lurniFlird; with Otbces of every 'di->crip-lion, coach-liousrs, siabies, itc. about two acres of k4lc)ieii garden, pve of ple.isHte ground, and pa>tur:ige fof five cows; situated a uJles from the City of Canterbur>, and about  nuloii. For particulars enquire of W.PettmaH, Ham, near 9anJ-wicii, Kent. _ _ ^ OUNTRV IIOUSK, i.tar Windsor.-To be LKT, ready rurnisbed, on the lorest road, within a �v;ilk of tlieT.rr.ace, ThcGRDVK, containing four rooms on the ground-floor, besides oJ!;ceE:dinlii^-rooiii 27 feet long, drawing-roora'.'d by'ii; trt�coa >d llooli- iel'u-r, corner of li;.r!i-y-�tii-et. Cavindihb-sqii.ip'._ fH"^0 be l.,!'ir, and eiiitiicd iiiiniediaicly, a capi-i t;il LSi'ATi;, beauiifHlly siluiiled in "the County of Cloucestcc, replrte with every convenience, yuilable for the residence and accniiiimidation of a gentlenia^'s tainily, wiih about 153 Acn-i, ot .Arable and Pasture Land, in a ring fence, lytlie free. AIm), very valuable and exIeTislve right of C  i IC.MPOVV U LKKI) UY AC i' Ol' I'Aiti.l .-^Ai i NT, l-'or iiisiirans-e fiiMii I-ihl. and 011 j.i v i;.t; and for the  . A large advantase is allowed on l.i^ lifcuranf e; ;ind every farilitv i> ad'ordcd liy w hicli the interest and convenience of the public may be jirinnntrd. WAUM-lt PM-PP.S. Secretaiv. *i* The Companv's Office furl!ie We-t-eiul ot l.omlon, is at Nq. 97, near O.vford-stPeet, on the Wc-t side of New B .siiii:p for [inblishine, by SublcriptioD, a i^plendid Ldiiioa of ihe TAVOU-RITKWOItKM of HANDLL, wiih a sepnrate nc ompn-iiiineiit arranged for thePianoForte,by Dr.JOH .V C I. A It K K, of Cuinbriilge.   In this Kdition all the Tenor Clelf, u ill be i'tCTUAa.LiN�ogress, will he oniainented with beautiful coppcr-plate Vignettes, from Original Oejgns, en-grnveil by the most eini�ie�it Artists. When aoo Nanitfsnre rorei�rdj the Work will he.iivmediately commenced. 1 he .Subscription is r.ipidly filliog, and when filed, the price to N"ii-su!i-cribers ^^ ill he very considerably advanced. A Pr'Jfipeciiis and Plan of the Work may be ha.l ( kliI s) nf iVIeMSrs. Kiitlon and Whilaker, 75, St. I'uul's ChurrhMiiil j of Dr. .loiin Cl.-irke, Kminannei Close. I'ambiidge; and uf every respectable Ven.ler in the United Kin)c>l�in. �OEVERSrONARY INTRRRSTS-A Gen- JL�> tleman who possesses a cousidei-.Tiile'Snrpliis Income, is inclined to grant ;in Atjmiity of .50J/. or lOJ.!/. per Aiiiuini t" any Nobleman or Genlleman warning an irnmediate In-crea^e of Income, .-nid having at (he same time an ah^oliite Reversionary liili-re�t in an Kstale in Kngland of >aiiicienl value-, expeiVant on Ihe deatli of the present Teyrml for Life. It is proposed that ilie Annuity to be 11.iw grant'-d "hmild continue only for Ihe Life of the presf iit Piisse'^or of the l-l.^tate, in which" case thi'pa\ment ftf-ihe piireh:i?.e in.ii,i-y f-.r t-ie said Annuity may be def rn ri to In- paid, on .-i f.iir'ealCula- j lion, till the IVrsOnto wIhmi it would begr;i�iled ih.inld come \ into posscsdon of his Rcver imj^iry I'.xpitlalion;.   If   spe- i cific Sani of Money, to t.'ie e^t. nt nf one it f.'i n Ve.irs' An- i nnity, in addition to the A'.alu;! of the Annuity, i!'o;i!d be ! ; wanted for inimediate parpn;es. it would lie p;iid oti lr:i- s.ims I terms a dPC �, i'im-lico. No.'Jl, ivhich will be duly received and iinni fjialely attended to by the .Advertiser._ iALBY'sCAUMIN"ATlVi:, by Jamfs Dvl-" iiv,Sosand Successor to the l.ite Mr. Jo^eith D.ilhy the Inventor.-This e>tabli>h> d and inv.il.-.nble .Medicsiie, is a safi: and rllectu:U remedy for the Wind, Ihc M^Mler^ iind dry Gripes, Convulsions, and all other f'ltal disordefi of the kind incident to Children ; asalf^o foivall gentv pains in the Intestine!", the Hlondy Flux, ani violeiit (�holies in gronn persm>s. Preparetl from the original receipt, and sold whole-stileand retail, at Uolton's Medicm^ Warchou'-e, fnmt of Ihe Ro\al KVcbangi", Conviiill, in lioiiles, at N. 9il. e.^ch. Where may .also be li.id Uidlon's Asthmatic Tincture, Oir liie core of all disorders of the Creast.and Luiig^, in bottles, at I'Os. (id. and'is. .'.'(1. lil/BUy besupplied on tliejr pers("�iial Security only. Geii-wnen will find every Ubend 9,ccoin'.nodalion without delay. -Appli�atioii frnui I'welvc till Twi�, or Letters (juist paid) ,�  post-paid), to Mr. Philip .OW.renipe, London. tbURSUANT to a Decree of his Majesty's �LiiJ?""" �^ Exchequer, iiriide in a cause, Sturley --ind =^'*>'W'f>'� the creditors and Lvgatces of ��tUAR� STUULKY, late of Uuuhill-row, in the Parish r I?"!'' l^lte, in the countV'of Middlesex, Gold and Silver I iSir i'Ji""'' ''^'��-'>�<'� are, on or betore the li:th day of 1 w� T'.'" *�.V f'eir Solicitct. if purch.ased before the Draw uig commences. Tickets will surely rise as tiie Drawing appriiarhcs. � NIAT^Uhl'iRr 'ECOND STATE LO'ITERV for ISOS, cor-. 'jistiiig of only 20,000 Tir-kets, bejrins Drawing the I^tii of April, ISO'J. "'tltUKTS and .�>If Vli KS are felling liv HAZARD, LJURNE, and CO. Stork Brokers, ilie-r St.ltc Lottery Oltice, No. 93, under the Royal f^chang , ami no where elsf in Londmi on their arcount. The Scheme contains Four I'rizes iff'iO,O..C7. each, wilh the usual Number of other Capil:i!�,- . i 1 Proportion. TJiese Tickets will be deposited nt Ihe Bank previou.s lo the Drawing, and delivered to the fortunate Proprietors at the close thereof. ff^ Letters, po;t-|iaid, duly answered, and Scheme gnitis. Bank, indi:i, anil Soiiih Sea Slocks, with their several Annuities, India Ronds, i.xcliequ'r liiiK, and aU kinds of Govcnimeul Securities, b�)uglii iunl soM by Commission. > ext. and Co. \V1:;KK. CARROLL and Co. Stock Brokers, No. 25. 'Oxfiird-street, near Rnthbone l'l.ar<^nrif.i,aint tlie Public in general, ilial Tickets ami Shaieit are srlling, in v:i-rJety of Number;, at their OlJici-, for ibe t-nsuing grand v.ni inlcrcsting .\ I'. W LOTTER Y . w hicli hegi:* r'.uwiiig on llie I2tb of April next.-Not three lUanks to a Piize. SCI I KM E. First Day, First Dr.iwn Prize above YjI. w 31 bp alo gracd Pri/.e of lUOO Whole Tiek ,ClUG!!     > 2 Prizes of =�.aii,0;iO 1 (i Priz*-s of jt-.!,()riO 2     ........s.ty.i! 10............ jue &c. &"c. &r. Cnpital Prizes-inthc Late and former LottTie^.to a Kr^at niuoniit, have been sold and shared by C-4 K ItOI.L ainf C�i. and Ihe Money pvid on demand.-Schemes t.o be had gratis. nTxt" '.J. Dissolution of Partnership, or Mrs. Clarke winding up � herArcoiints. 3. AVcdnesday, the Sth: March, " bis with the Fate df Yr-and Mrs. Clarke." 4. A Pilgrimage to Gloucester-place ! 5. 'J'heRoad t.i Prefernleiif through Clarke's Pa.=s.age. t). .\ new Parliamentarj' Timsf. 7. Y'orkshire Hieroglyphics, Pl.ate I. S. Ditto � ditto Pl;,te If. 9. Ditto              ditto Plate ML 10. Days of Prosperity in Gloacesier-place, or a Kept ."Vlistrc's in hi cslt)i:s Four........of........^.50.r^0 Tho.......lof...........1 ,l!OU Tivn...,----of____5;UU0 -ix  .......of........ l,lkui, &e. &r. The Value of ihe above 1 ,.i,)0 Ticket- ini-a!ri:I;i|j;c, a- liiey may contain nil ihe Capital Prizes. Tickets and S'h.ir.-s ai iiresent are Selling in -re;ir V.irietv. bat oiving to I.SiHi Tickets being iorkeii Oji in thi-_ Hank of 1 ngland for the above Free f lilts, there is every pfi-oatiilLy of all the rem.ainder being solil before Ihc Uhevlgoes roinid} a speedy purchase is therefore recommended 1>\ UlS'H, 4, C/^>rnbiJl, and 9, C'harinr-crofS, who sold a d n-pi tcred 9,IM........the last..........;�TO.f;.0  17,6X1........the but..........   'lb,\m 6,63."3, 6,457 ......the two last,____ Prize* ever drawn, all in Sbaie-. pleasant village of lieiifield,ten miles from Briglitou, twelve from W orthiiig, and fiirlv-hve from London.. For fortlierparti ular>".ip]ily to Mr. John Slonestreet, of i regularly published every d.v, during the pre.em Knquiry. -'          ' .....'liie I Also, ju'l puldished, pric. oidv Is. cob.ure.l. KM. ft > V. Iir^t � "VKNTHtl-N U.- Cl.VTRA, a Parody on'-The H>UvSethat IG. Chelsea Parade, or a croaking Member mrvevin- the '    T^"""' t^"."n>rv m;iy be supplied the fairc .:s if pr,-- outside, Ihe inside, and the backside of Mrs. Uurkes '=ent, bvscnding iheir Ord^-r-, poii-pa.d, .-.ccon pa .5, H �v,ih Prenii.=es. 17. The Biir-:ii>g Shame. 18. Mrs. Clarke-s l.ev.e. ISA. TheYork M.agician transforming a Fool-bov into a Captain. N. IL \ New Caricatnre on the above Subject will he lleiiiield, who will shew the preouscs, and lo wl.oni teridersare tji hi" d'livcred (scaled up) oii or H.efore the day of April ,a-xt. when the person tnaking the luODif ac-    Jack built. ' c-otable offer �iil rccsii e ac ay^vf ct on tJr before the 10th of I N. V,. M�ney w iih Orders framlbe Counlrv. ArilBCxt. - nth MatSjh, itioy. . g-jod bills, baiik i.oies, cash.'or p<�-V office ordus, ur Uisij, i 4. CoiohiUI, or 9. Ch-nriog-cr.M, Lorc'on._ i ~~'        CO'NDUCt ofth   -.^a.r in SP.A-fv. 1 This day is pubiishcu, price Ss. OPERATlOxNS of th^- BRUISI] AR.\jy ,', SPA-IN, including broad hmls-to Ihe C,CUur..c.er.^^ officer of'the staff. Print
                            

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