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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                rf the ilmm; J^^V^Ii^rons md respectable ptepti^ �rf ih^ '^J'^^tlm^TiSVhi.Th of lhl^.Pari�h be rK^�'^Tiu wfLllS^y. Ban. f.* bis Hprisht KfOU. KAtKiliTT, V>>�ry t>rk. TIIK Anniversary Piiiiicr of the NohViTij-n and CJertHcmfii tdurated ttnAft l6e &�. Dr. IR'RMiV, : will bcMil nt ihr S�. AllMn'ji Tdvr'rn,' St. Alban's-tirL- 'ril nvlaiii. �flic Kev. l)r. liURNIiV, in I he Chair. VlCE-l'HEIIIUKISTS. George Rickanis, F^q.        f KoBert lUckards, Es^. MarquU of Tt^rediite.     Clinrlrs Jenni;^, Esq. I'bomiiit Aiislrv, liq. ficoi'f Siiiiib, lisq. llenfy Kobi tiuttdtvin, Esq.  Obari*^ |{t>i)t. ftlut^an, Efq. DiDiMT iMi tlip-Tableat llatt-pHsl Five jiri-ciM-ly.-Tickets to ht ba)i a� the Sk. AlbanVTavrni, it x:*-,. racb.' RAZIL.-The Poblicis rofJuccfuHy informed ' thai Dr. (Jrant's -Aec, A�. 50. H'onduit- Mrcet, and at all tlie h . - '. .  ieJilfie{�(ererteoftlw*rfiseriVr^t.. IJiyd's wen-likrtv , iiWalW^fdl P�"'3V^yf'�r�'�e�rservrc.-sdu�ii-'Jhp |^ -ie,,ihei.ur(iaff a Chrck lo theclanrtesiin^ DcwIu-riii An-%liuis�nd lahlw; and fortteirsrput a�ist.iinvand advice i�tfacled.fttruc-timlfTikfiikid Cotnmiuee.. .^^^^jf^iVSaFORTIWEsq., Boroughreeve, in the l^^ret^'rteit Trtm t)ie?�inmittee' mm,m^.>^.,__Bi-'-^ rf ^^'^ Stone I'ipe C�ini>aiiv had VmttalMieoMtiine id the Hoiisc of (oninmns. ad that licttnbtA(iolAbadb i�vn was favourilite to tUe. Bill, vkichasmian bad had grcar weight io preveiiling tbf iSill from beii% thrown out. RfSobfd (Bit person; only dis�enlinf:), Thiit il Jiipeari licUy iapNtani to tli* interests of the lowniif Alaiiciiesier, tbiil ue JiiU bmuzhl inio I'arlinnietit by the Stnne Pipe CorapaovTiif iuppT>ing the inhabitant!' uilh water should li�t)Kisio�)kluw ; and that il be an in:>lriictton Id tlir I'nin-niltcc tociHitiuue their opposition luiiuch liill,i\itii alt yas-ublediiigroceaD^ cflect. - 0 . , fifwhol, (ilie same five perfons, arrd two nlhers, only i diwiitiiig}. That it also appesin-highly impHTiani m tiie ' Intfretb of Ihe town tliat tiie Hill bi"u.;ht, or pmpit-cd lu , kbrMjfbtmlo Parli.iraeot, undertlie direclion �f \ir.Oodd, ,  for rapiriyiiig the inhibitanis niih ivaicr, ^h y ai the Conuniitee sh:ill think (it. IllOHAUn RtJSHFORTH. �T.John Toathet.one of the Chief CoiwtablM of Alan-WWer, having been called to the Chair^, J Rwolvfd UnaniinmisJv,. That tiie thanks of this Mcetii^; Kgi�n>ti> the Uiirnughreeve for ttU attention to this l(ii�i-^ aiHlfiirhU imnartial coiiHuct in the Chair this day. BUTCIfERS.-To be LKT, n Hirj'CHKIl'S SffOP, in one of the principal Mitrkelt in the Cit;, Vrhtcb hai been inany years established 4n a respectable cun-liectiiMt.-Apply t'l Mr. Horton, No.      CoriiliiU._. CAUD-Mt.UL.\l3i:N llUSI'l.M cxinims bit* thanks ttKbo!� of the Nobility, (ientry, Ac. who bate approved and recomuiended bo strongly his improved method �.f liKing H-ithoiit lying, &r. the AKriFIi;t^L TICETII which c trivt, Cheanside. The Atlas Company solicit aileutiuti lu the fotluH iug advantages proposed by tbeni.       : TopayJteut, in ease of Fire, withotrt any additional Premium.-To assure Farming Stock without an average clause, jjf      ^--------    >ii.--------M-,1-----.]., India Damage, by Lightning . dur>emeuts anAS�ir�eys, free.of expence to thea t spacious FIOUSE, with fine Lawn, IMeu-ure and hiicheiugardiii, Hot dow Ijiud, ill hign cuUTvation adjoiiiing", forming a must de-sinible residence, replete with veqoijiie cotia'orit fur a family of dittinctinn, with iaimediaie po vj.\�-ailLi., i.i cowiilett; re- urn.-To assure i-armiiig :�tock wiiuoui an average clause, &. per cent, peratin.-'i't) a>sur!� Merchandi/ei� the West ilia UoclvS, at ii. per cent, per annum.-To make good image, by Lightning; and, 'J'o i.-sue Policies, make En- ANGLO AlKJll.NO SUKLP.-jo be sold a Flock of froM 4 to ^ bC.i.- ] 1 A i.FilU Id) EWKS, chiefly from S''Uih Umvn-.m.l i!yf!;i';cs.by full bred Meriiio Kams, with i.anih> of t:i!- re.o::.! c',;>s^, by their sides.- A1.-0, A PURE Ml.KIM) To any Gej;lleinnn dis- po.-ed to form an Ang'o >;erii;o I-lock, tlU'will be frunil a oi-sirab'.e porclla^e. Tin- Mietp are all good nioyth?, nmslly two and four-toothed, and in high coaiii'.ion. J-'or f';fther particiil.irs apply to Mr. Piercy, corner of Ely Plice, ilolbon-Hill. t This dav i.- ^Mbli^hedl prti-e Is. Cd. THE GftOtJNDS oti wtiich ihe CilURCH of ENGLANU separated fr.Hn theCIJURC.U of ROME rekuusidered, iiia View of the Romish, l)urtrin'e of the En-cfinnst� withao Explanaiianof UeAidipeukliimatc Answer iw Ihe Church C-^ierhiiin. Uy Sili;-| r:, Dishnp of Durh.-im. Printed, for J, llatchat^d, Piccadilly (  Rivingtoni;  St. PauIN; ami T, J�!iyne, I*�1I 4JajL Tliis day li publSbed, price IDs. Cd. in two vols, with t�tb F)EMS Mijrcd �o i.OVKatid BEAUTV-dy hyHUGII DOWNMAN, ftl. I). Sold by Cadell aid DavW^, Strand.   \Vhere be had,   , . Criliinl Opinions, and Ctiiiiplimeolary Verses t�t,IIu;h Dnwuroan, Al. li. puriicdlariy .ou bis poems to Thespia, edit;-d by a Frichd. AThis day it published, price livo sbillih's, PRACTICAL TREATISE on the stomachic nrreslonilUe Powr% of the RH.4TANIAN HOOT, :i iiroductiitn Of Peru; coutaining explicit Uin-ctibns for its L'se in cases of Weakness �f the digeyfiire OlS^aiLv geuerni Relu.�aUon of the Sy�tein,ilirrvoii- Vrtii.ibiliiv, 6lc. etc. witu iiiedictrt Testimonies and tJases illiisihitive of tiie important iitrd lo apply without delays as some of the Volumes may sunn be out of print, and il is intended to raise the price tu 7s. a volume atur the i�t of May next. Printed for J. Ridgway, 170, Piccadilly, c^posite GonJ-street. The Ro i.li ad, a Poem ; �lth the Criticism?, Probationary Oiles for the i>iureat.  Town. Lot t. Trees in the Parish of Lamherhurst, marked thus, X. 5 riiiiber Trees, on the Land of Henry Kenard �J Ditto diUo J>engaies (> Ditto ditto , John Uormna, or Lnmber- burst Meadows 30 Ditto ditto John'Rorniaii, H'uok-grecn 1 l3i.ta ditto Alanktcl'itv 6 bi'to ditto J.-iint-9 Latter, Scrag's Farm 21 DiMo            ditto (Jliixiers, Slailrs Farm. Lui'a. 140Trees in the Parish of Krcnchiey .marked thus,X. 7S Timber trees, on the Lands of \V. Mertir, Goshon tarm 11 Oiiio dilto A. Wilnirhurst, Mill Farm M Dilto ditto lEMeiccr, Vew-tree Farm. l;ach Tcjinnt, ou the dilTeren Farms will shew the Lots. Further p:irlictilar�aud conditions of Sale will he produced, as shall l)e then .i�reed on, ut Ihe time awl place of rele. UV before Wednesday tic.it, April "12, on which Day the present GRAM) LOTTERY begi s Diaw iiig, ami presei;!.- 'o Adventurers tiie greatest chauee of gaining a splendul foitune, by I lie purthase of a single Ticket or Sli.tre,  -^, and their Attobies. there attoid to receive what nny beciiae payi(ble lo tbein" and iwtonly brinjivith them tlie A'lid-ivits n^quirett, tourfc^ JOHN TOUCHI.T. &c. -LTo POST-BOYS, COACllMUN, GUARDS, , .       TWENTY GUINEAS REWARD.  GENTLEMAN left his Uvsidenre, No. 48, .jf* * "'h-free<, ^oho, in a liackney-r(meh,.iiii Toeiidtiy, iMfttof March, ia ibe arternonn, logo into the. Country lUiitirss, and ttiii not since been heard of, ll.idoa y**)e left home, a liluecoal with metal basWvt buttons, �wkolfvirgrrengreat�^lhumhrrlan^l-^treeI, Stond. mishes of nature from the fnce and amts, supvrfluons Hairs, no Depibitory can in tlie least degree enter I'.u* �cale tif competition with that tvell kniiwn aiul established one, ALFRED'S ROYAL COMPOSITION, fir�t prep-ired for tie beautiful Astoixette. The usateHals of Hbich it is compojied, are piWrcil> in'ioceiit, yet posv^f tbe nd-ditinnil virtue of improving the beaWy of tbe complAxiufl.-. � �� wholesale and retail, i irizcs ui . _ ison nnd- Son, S..........   lk), )00l 6 Prices of =t'l.,000 nmmiiit, and the Money paid Buy before next W EDNESDAY, April 12, the Day on ' -which the Gr.ind Lottery begins Dr i�ing. LOTTERY W ITHOUl' PKECEDE.M, they have siiliscribed to the Tesr, n-Jd taken the Oaths of At* legL-incerc^iifred by A� of J*atrli.ament to W presetM.i-jestv.:.and iii case auy oftbe saiiOliccrs should not be able lu xutcadthemselveii. but employ AUnmtes for that tuiri>o>r, tlijU the'said Attoniies do piHjtlarc the lite Certilicates aai AOlfavib fr^,i^ t>^ri(>i^ tltf.>y ahsjunpluved hv. Wbea (iificexs tire abniiidoa leave, iffeir Aasnts'ire to produce attested �>ine��f such ieave before Xhe ii.-ilf PW* Srtb�?i>aid.     � .      .    ' And as by Act of Pariuiinent pa.-:scd in the 33th year of hispresoui *lajestv*s re'^n, eatitkd '* An .^ct f ijcstv"8 Navy," it is enactfi by the 2atl� idatise of the sai/l Act," Tbiit if anv Comnii-i-. '^sioncd St Warrant Naval Oificer wligiSliall be "entitled to ^' receive Half Pay, andsbalt be desirous to r.-ceive and ba *' piid tbe same at or near to the place of his resid.>nce, be may apply la the Tre.asur.r ot Ihs Maiesty's N ivy iii LoaduD tg bavesucb Ualf-par paid at or ncu'i'ic place 6i " bis residence, in Ihe in-inner iTiimcd out by the .=aid Act." Notice is hereby further given, tnaf the Halt Pay endln; tb  aUl December, 18i�>, n ill commence payiag^ on the iith inii. and all Pers��ns desirous of having their Half Fay remitted to them, may applyas above directed. ^VICTUALLliNtJ OFFlUe, April �, ibus. THE CommissioKers for FiduaUin^ His Ma-jestfi't Saofi do bertbg givtt Notice, 1U9I on Friday, the bill cf May nrj-f, they aill be ready to receive Ten4erf in tenting, (tealal up} and treat fur SKVEN HUNDRED TO.NS of LIVERPOOL, or Coarse Cm ined CHESHIRE SALT.or'J.-ilt of equal go -d.-ess; and forl'l VE HUNDRED TONS of CriKSIlIRE HAY SALT, of the largest grain, or Sa't of equal g'�)iloc^s; of which the Persons who make ibe Tenders are 10 produce samjJes; tu be rfc-Uc, lug Ih-r u'lih Ihe terms and coniliittMis of Ihe Cont.acl, m-ty be knmen i nnd aba al the ^le.e.'Uiy's Vjjice, in Pa.l-.Vlall aforesaid,any (iaii bcliceen I he. hours of Ten uiid Four a'Cluik, tchere also Ih* I'ropusiils mu.il be dtlivrr^, >ea!e>i up, and endorsed, " Propo-als fot Petty Empt.unary Articles j" ioh> W.nTl.ii>rMl'i nur y ' it^^i'"'*''"'? of Ihe iihove Plantation nrny te sen d Y �i'*. o�ie�f^lr. J, T. Overweg, �t A"'sier:' �*j�*^,l*r. KAwardCVan Unrthal-, at Lond\m.  And t SaW>�'l"�'h'�''ie''^"-----    . ,    ��          .III, ,       � ,5[Miceitheadind5�tlottlf>,vfefeDce�nd     i^'fil:: -?.n h dai^y- three j of ^............______________ SU-  "nie. Children a'"* " v recommended, the famou* LAND CARRyiNti CONCERN. T3 be DisfoiiEo or, by Pkiv.vfe (^ontbact, a �. very VALUABLE CON .ntable way, wherein li.e 'Mef WaKWisaad three oloc-incn wheel ditto are kepi, itfa upwards of ficiy strong, valuable, heaiiby Horses, now in CTod cmidhian; also 'T'rul|e\)', ami ether necftsafy reqaisites ased in that line, with spactoas Warehouse, replete sillb every caiiveniene-. Stabling to accummodair the �rbaieoftbetaidtiule, ceulrically .iiaated in tbetily of M ohresier, soar, in tU'l Lusiurw. Rrasonable credit w ill be given. If required, fur Ihe payment of thi^ purchase ns-ney b> iiiStalineuls, as sliatl lie agreed ; and every poss.ble exertion used by the prcrci.t Prwpriclurs ta prom le the future interest of the coneem. For otber p:irtictiLirs apply to Aletsrs. Bn/den and Co. E.ViiLK I'.mSURANGE COMPA.N Y , Cor.^...lI. Lon.io.i. N'>URE!iS aitb thLt Uompanj/ are respectfiiliff iiifurhud, that PuUcies expiring at I.adj-Diiy hi// he reneaed on application al tins Ujfice, toiltiin I'llleen Day^Jrom that period, Urcerpls being ready agreeaJtly lu l..e 1 educed Premiums, eis.- ( ommoii Insurance......to .C. 10,000 at 2>.p Hazardous..............to      ti.iio-.) at       per Cent. Doubly Hazardou.........to      5,a.O at .Ts.) Advantages l.t Insurers with I .is Company : Pnyiient of li n't in rViie of l-'irt, KiJiaul i/ovea.� of Prtmium. Vamage by L ghlidng miiiie good. Ai 'rvaiit w.is e�iniplrie in reuiuving aitob siruetio: l p i�-age and b-'Wel-, bui ib.-re wns no nppe.irauce of Worm>; s;ie h.id lieeu uinhle t* get up from b:-r bed for above nine �.c! lie lay do�n "f-to-.d the p-tiuabout Ihe region of i!ic slumacb wai iMa-ea�ed ; i;ie bad not ea'eu Mill)] meal for niaii> week.-.   Every .\|rd r iie lb.il two Pli^.'-iciant and an ab.e Ai.-othet.iry could^veul jre to prescribe, w:i3 only teinpotary i.- ief.   Alter t:ikTigyi>ur Alrdicnie two day. iusiircej-ioo, she g.ii up and begon toiat % wcL are oiiMnirted, vimr .Medicuic olo/ie relieves Jirt. IJurieigh. Oi t. 24, ml S�jld whol 'ileand retail, at Ch ns anil Kntler'E, N". 4, Clieaiiside;c."r.ier of Palem-iji.T row, l.oi.,Ii.�} airt^reiijtl j li^. lu-si >i. diciOi: Vepdecj, in Iiovc:? at i'j iW. .asij i.. wJ.   

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