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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 10, 1809, London, Middlesex                                i^rice 6 CUKisHanitv aaion;. thi; ji;�.s. rpOtMdKHOW Kvwiii^, the. llrh April, a X   SKJr.MON will hp jiroch.^ .It W>>l-slrpct ( liapi-I, Scvfn OialM. Uy llie Uev. W. fiiimev, A. B. Ki-clnrof St. .MWii'-''-.,        soMirf HD'Miis i " ��- � (.K-mcut UaiKS, Afti'iiiimn I.eriurer of K�. Miltln-rl, in (lie ^rtU    ^'l^M"v^'i>HTSt�m^ ills i Poultry, and Minisler ..f tlic Free Ch,i,.rl, W .-t-slrirt, St. F^Oyil ^"-^p^,    rnarn to M     s Itomns f�>r tlif \ <''I<'?X'     '''^ i5cnfni ni' tin- Loudon Sociclv, tor proinolin: '^;;r^T LINGTO.V, Mr. NALDI,  and S��^'^?rh^ n�.�Tr-sqMrc Roup itrocnr, t!.r.r_r.-. I'^OJl .�^ALi:, at .r, Rr,RVrsv IT. BKAUTV.-1. A Jarjc fivaXe'i City Itnail, .i li:uiil-ninp Ct'KilKM.L, in ciiniiiklf ri-    JClk. |iark�i. cnritiuninp fittv sirlec;edsorts of seeds of fine:�f pair. b<-cii Iml liilU- Uri^il, priri-   \tili(!iry C.ips with PUiIhs; |!)t I'airs nf P.iiit.i-looiis ; I7J I'aiis of lliill-'iaili-l^; iiml ItiO I^-atlior �^Iniks, In confcquMice of Ihii ttrj-iiinpiiuiit,    -         -        tln-v are oni-ndcd ft�r Mmid-iy riie�Mh in�lant   The Tlirfe sul.e- Cbribtianily nniimi tin- Jf�Sv Service to lii-si" at Six o'Cli^rk. W^^fio a^rc'lke S;^^ thai     future ..:7ri,� ..Inr... will take|;jj^ MitLE INSTITUTION.-The Nobility and ^^_i:..h�.rihfrsnrf rwiJectfUllv infonned lliat tlie I'Vidav the 'Jlst iiiiil. J SubscribMS nrc rwpiv ^    crititinn will cmnmWitc �n I-riday me Jisi iiiiit. I^SZw^umfi wery wccifediitg t'riday.-Tlje ratcrtain- if Sieaior>'aldi) �itii Dalls and Siip|K'r&, and one 'irMaufctMdr;ii�Des.(oil|i! Diivi-tor, in order m f for ArfWrEf af A^.Offiep   '�!� Argyle. -^BrtSo,Half Sabfcr!ptio�i''ArsiBg�cBdmiisioni! will Iw :       HUT?i11ns0n, AJavt.r. iVjiTt of DI'UHAM and FRA M W Kf.LGATK. a i\JKKTlN& of the Mayor, Aldtrnion, ^pflaQimaeis\\if'f>( tbeimid Gilt, linideo at the duild->Ae �td City, tbe dtb day vf. April, one lhou^uud Ired iibd nine, ..jl, Titilt th� MfrtiiJ)!'having taken into cnnsidera- O.tfARDLE, Ji>q� Member of IVrliamcnt, in ori-��Juistfadily supiiortinj; in the llonuratilc the Honse the recent invrslsgaiion �f the rnmluct of \\U WUiii CLUB.-The next iMectine of the Whi^ Club will be on Tucbday, the Ilth iiut^int, nt lUe Freemasoirs 'I'avern. .    SAMUliL UlUTBItKM), I-.�q. M.P. in theCbair. SXliWARO.S. lined and bound, u iili clasps. Th<-v are Vety liitlr the uurii-for r.ear. and may lie Imd MTparaloK , oi the niiole lo^i-iii.r at very redated p'riros. Apply, pist-paid, to Mr. IJ. V. .Silvester, .Nnvpj.'I, Shropshire._______ HTDS \TlTS.     ' Ripht Hon. Earl Orey. Itij^t lion. Ijird (xing. at. Hon.'I;ii. 3. Totva-hrndl, Thus. Win. CoKe, Ksq. M.P. Win. llonyivond. J-^q. M. 1*. . 'Ihe lion. Win. Maule, iM.P. Uinner on table ul Five o'clock. ______\_It. W. CLARKSOy. .Sec. CAUTIO.V.-AhssrH. Auste.v, Mai-nde, Als-Tr-.ii.and Tji.s-r ..t ..t  a i.  .\i.\T-TllEW, lJiaiL\AL-C;RI.C.\. - fJr.\Ti.t:Mi;:x, ' � ALLOW me to return you my most stnrcrc Thiuikif    � one vast. iiroruSB, roiiiinued cUw uf lieauty^ (a very |M-etly prceiii I'ur Ikidie* in the country.) Al�o, "i-. Another packer, containing seedi of csiulenl vesei.nliU-i, liciug ail the sort*  iii-u.-rjlly n-quireit in the kitchen jpirden, except pe.Tt and j iieans; iill of Jilrctetl joperior kiiiilj.   i acli of tbe-e is sold i li\ .\lr^. Vo�ler,'1>, Soiitii MoliiMi-sirert, prut oneliuinea. i \.\ V V-Oti-1 UJ , April ti, 1809. I ^ ff^HB honourable the Lonla Commission^ JL ers of His Mnjcity'i '/'rea^nii/ hacinsi nppciiUcil Mvacg fur {hf-Jiiiitnieni ofllalj i'nylo SruOtlictn, frvm the lat o_f July to the 'Jlft oj JJi-cenilier, l5)l)S, � �cy, at  TtH tUc luttoii:iitS liuifi, vi-. .Adniir;il�, tUiptains, and their ftoniies. V ^'an'Y^daV: iUh'' i ^ '       '"'-^ I On Saturday, l.')th   ^ To Masters and Surgeons, and their instant..."......... (   Attoijies. After which the IJst will be milled the first and third I Wedu�'aday-in-�-Terr itonth, that persons iiuiy then and i there attend to n-criyc what may lieconic pjyabJe lo iheni, ] -ijind iionmly b'rinj viith ill in llie .Alliduvit' reour i)er4ni-^inii fiillv to explain tlieiii before the Klection ; but such as were produced were >o lon-ign t.i any tiling that related to mv public rtinnicler, thrtt 1 diJ ntit deem it iieceisrirj lo nniiie any p"iiticiil:ir reply to iliein. llidrpeiideiitly of the gratiticatinn 1 rereivid fioni your nnaIlinlllU^ cl^oice of me asyotir \'i'Stry Clerk. I li.ive fiirllier to tliiiiik yon for the very handsome manner in which you passed .'4 v-This Society was instituted for visiting, at thriroVtilUjI^tatiors, Persons who tire confined by Sick-ticsfaiiiitflliHWfcf 10-tatmmttnicate Religious Instruction, udtoaffort tiem'Feeuntary and 2Medic.il /Vssi�iance.- Mettf of;tlKi>Di{t{Heatii^ natore have, from titiic to linie, iTMltrd frt^ tk^'flTurts of the .S�iciety, In numerous in-^limttoprniiiteof extritne want has been alleviated, the kmnl I>ar�Mirram parting with their littli! all, and ena-Ued to mnMlkelr labour; ibe Vicious have been reformed, tke PtiJitrni titttmclrd, and tbc b>ing enabled to iitider-Mu4i�U)iMiafu]rt,aud to repose with coniideiice, upon the irfiii�e>ltrili,of the Great ifttlrcmer of Siiineis,.-.Tlie So-firty vifititliesickp�n>ou(iFrn]ui3ite) foirtbree iimnlh5,and ftlribile^f'Bible*, ^e^taluenlf, Blankets, &r__No Ofhcer, �o�teij!�ff.Viirii)rrecrfve�any.rcinutiera'ion, the sole ob-l|Mw.�'l!fli^i�.ultial being tado good to their fcUow-icrea. ' OR>.'>-Sit]w|isli>,>nsand Uoiiatintis are received by the 'i'reti. Wrr, Mn'A&|ib, Tunbridgc �'�rel�ousr, Leiither-lniie, J�^J�4jbylhe Secretary, ftlr, Hji^lcfioii, oilman, I/O, : WW.-A I'liblic Meeting of the Society is held evf ry Mon-: ^.K�eniti)t,at th�r, Rooin, Eaigle and �(;iilid-allev, Shoe-Jfi**"** Report isinade, hy the Visitors, of the Cases iWriatebeen under their Inspection duwiigthe preceding iJw^X. B.' Sick ahd afflicted persons, who do not sUind vkMoFteiapond aid, are visited by this Society on signi-Whflji wish to the Secretary. "      oaearth a gem sa>-urcciou5 as the Human' Wr-b'o.tPiMtfn. bXj'^biio anil most luiniiTuus iVlcciing o( the t^fjibilfildntii of Moncfai-ster, held nt the Bull's Head w lUkrket-place, ah tUtr.'jddav of April 180P, and > Bif'IAiblii: advrrYis�Q),- o. 38, Hay market, Piccadilly ; -tiid |;it "^-tsfcniid time ui the House of Cuinmons, and that "     ------....... ti.        it .had been asserted tipon SMch second readrhg, J*��w4ep6le partof the t�h*n was favoui4�ble to the -1^ weight in preventing ^ .      JIhruwnottt. ww (nve pt^nsanlydisseuling). That it appears TWMtnntto the interests, of the town of^Manchester, *e .Bill brought lni6-Parliament by the Sionc Pipe wjrtor sapptyiK the inhiUiitantT �uglit into Par- and iustnic|iau ID the'Committee to conii-, .."PiMwtion t* sucH last nienliooed Bill, with ull edlligenceand effect. some steps to bring the authors to punishment: but in this, as in .iiiy other c:i>e which has nny rel;itioii to my public cha-nicte'r, I sli.ill certainly be guided by the ad* ice of �iy friends. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, with every sentiment of reganl and esteem. Your faithful humble servant. 10, Bcthnal Green R-oad, April 5. ISO!).      .IAMl:S mav. sTiiRi;s di' Ross And ckomai;r^". '^IIK llsnourable lite CO.VLMIS-^IONEIIS for HIOIIUM) ROADS and BillDGI.S having fra::*-mitled to DONALD MACLICOD, Ksq. ofXie.inies. Conve-i.-'rot the Cminlv of Ross, a ROAD PLA.N, RKl'ORT, and KSTLMATLfora ROAD, which it i, propo-ed should be executed from the Town of DIMi W A LI. to the intended piLisage of the DOR.NOCH I'RITH, betwi\t IVarn and Creech, with their Resolution approving of the s;ime, the tAinviier docs hereby, in terms otthe Act lo of the King, intituled, " An .Act forassessing the I'roprietors of"T,:inil in the County of Ross, and such par's lif the Counties ofCru-imirty and X.nlrn as lie in iheCimntv of IS.r-s, touard-i the ex-pcnre of making and supjlorttng such Ro.id:. as tIi.iII he approved of by the t;omnii-:-ioiiers apiioiiited by an Ait pa-sid 111 tiie 4:1(1 ye^ir of his present .Maje.-ty. for nialiing U.iiiMs and building Bridges in the Highlands of S(:oila:id," siiniinon a geiK'ral Meiting of the whole lleriiorsof tli'" Ci'iiiily of Rus f M.'iy next, wii.-n ihe .-aiil Survey, Hrporl, llo'iouraMi ercd upon rmmedi.itely.-Torfurther partitul.irs apply to  ).;^||,,:,te. and Rer.dutioii of tin- ILi-iouraMe (uminissijnir.-, � Sam. .Stephens, House Agent, Lower Brook street, Gros- ! ^|,.,|| i,,.       i,.r,-,. ih( m for their .on-i.!. rail..'.i. Tliere will i'llsn be laid liel'ore the Mr.*!!!!;,' a Plan. Re-pnr, and I-itimnte of the C-ontiniiatuHi of l.ocne:irroii Road, troiu Conlin to Dingwall, with tiie lte^rllutioll wf the Commissioners tliereaneiit WILLIAM (JALMES, LKITKli.COl'VL\(; .MACIlI.Ni--i"'' I'ORTAHLi: WRITI.NC DIvSK MAKKli lo their Ro>.al lliglm.sses the Prince of \\ ales Of'lTCK OP ORU.NA.NCl;, April I. jso-. THE Prind/ml Ujjkers �J his Maje^l^'s Ord. nance do li?relit) give .\uli ket..., and Birrh Brooms,/�)/ ^Ar iciriic vj'iliii Vcparttrieut for a period tjf' Ihrie i/K-nrs. Separate offers for any part if t/it suppli/ ivill he received and Coniidcieil ^ and }'itti.^rHi of Lin- irlivtr o/'t/ie ,t 'itctrn jnai^ be vieited upon 4ippHi:inion iil il>r i't.nripnl Slorukcepx's Offnc, i" Tower,  irArn: further partiru.'ars, log the,- tc'ith   the ter}n!t tintt coiiiIitJ'tn-i  of C^ntittrt^   tntiu tiff Anuirii ;  �)lJ �'su ut l-lie  ScrriAorfs Oyirc. in l';il\-r.lall aforesaid, amj tia'i 'ctr'rro the tiours of' Ten tiud i'oor o'Clof/:, I  leJierc also the  I'ropoinli w.-' />r li'lirtr.fl, denied up, and '  fin/ursed,  ' l'ropo?als fni  I'eily I-.iiiptionary   Articles !   Iml n-i Proposal run he udmiltcd iifur ihe .sirii'l da,/ of 1   .Apiil. Ill luetic o'Clorii at Soon of thr silou il.iit, Uiilhcr I   mil Jill! T^m't'r lie notiecd nnlesa the I'ort^ muhiiig Uy or I   u7i Agent on liis lieliiilf, liltalt iilleud. i iU brd.r of Ihe Hoard, ; " It. li.  .N** of I.I VLUriXM., or Coarse Grained CH LSI I IKK SAI.I\.irHall ofeq^i;)! t^o dicsi; niul lor hi V K jiij.NDitr.i) roN-'of. Ciii;sii nil. kav salt, ..f the largest grain, or Sa't of eipiat g'loiine-s ; of whiivh ihe I'er. sons w ho make Ihe IViiders .ne 10 produce sample?; ia l,e de-tirrred into ///'. Majesty's I ielnalling' Stores at Dept.'ord, (Mil! halfliylhe IJisl  o..ii. Cornhill; ..... � �  ^o.'iW), .Strand. bu whoNESDAY^N I'XT the GRANW LOTTKRY begies Dniwiiig. DEM Ell AII v.-.\L SMIT in qualily of princi. �pal Kxploiteur of the Right Worshipful t'onrt of Justice, Iu Ihe Colony, "f Demerary, hereby advertises for trie first.second, and tiiird lime, that, bv virtue of a rerl:iin Sentence decreed by tin* said t.'ourt in fav.nir oft'. .M. Overwrg, I and Kxee'ulion tbereiipoJi,4ie will sell in thi, place by PL U- ' Lie AUCTION, in the Month of March ISO!), under Lxc-rution, the I'laiitatinii railed De Kluyseiiaar, situated in the ('reek of iMaliaika, with nil the np'pitrtenanres, |{iiildiitg pen(hi2es, and di-pendaoeies thereof belonging to the instate of ilii; laie Jos. St lis. The Inventory of the above Pl.tnfation may be s(vn daily nt the CoBnlinc-houseof Mr. J. T. Overweg,at Ansti nlain"; to amieer trhrn culled t'or 10 dfcc. &c. Sic. .JOJ 'Wed Uiianinioasly,.Tbat these Resolutions be. printed ^ Manchwter^aiid.Loiidoa Papers.'and circulated ^tbe Mcnihewof botSTHoiJses of Parliament, in such 1 �e OonunitteeslKill ihluk fit. , T 1. w, -     RICHARD ROSHFORTH. ^4�ln Touchet,one of the ^htef Constables of Mun-^{""iWbnriffaWea to the Chair, 't"Y'*"'-"��^V|i!That the-thnnltJ of this Meeting B*oi^hrce�efor his attention to this Busi-I "W tor htsimpartjal conduct in the Chair this da\. . UtiHN TtlllC'HkT. Urawing, in .iddition to lire other Pnzes, viz. i .. of.. i' '^0,00;); 6 ....i>{.... MhivO i.iiVHO 2.......     aA*> The Comer the King ck>i)Di.ih;k,  ropu>efl to (>el]tmielit iiiio I'iir- z.......      .var/j -,.        , gwltBWiwthidinMSionof Mr. Ootid, ftM-supplyihg the ] The TirkcUiiud Shares are now mi Sa eat the old OTc-s, 2^'taiili*lth-x.atcn ihould trot pa^inti. a Vw? Imd I Comer of Bank Buildings, tornhill, tnul fj'';';\^/'"j.^Vl^f'I* W"tj>eiU>:o M iiBiniction 10 the Committee to coiiii- \ the King's Mews, Clianng Cross, by RlCllAi.L>ao.>, piac. in the Month of May liAW, in older tomiinlain tlieir right im pain of the luni-'Jippcarers being proceeded against according to Luw.'^ MART. .S.MIT, Principil Ktpl.iiteur. Rio l)emcrary,!25th \Hgujt, IS.;f<. Si~!H!lliiig6lV) ^licommoiily .^Pbraiwide; nit iinniense Stock :of .-fll: y^i^uvet, Ftaimeh,. Dniwrrs, t^adieS' ipvi-^WOf;'�..  _    2..........j.UK�......lO,OOiJ 6____.......KOOii......ti.lTCd .100.......i.fflio 10.......... itt ........... 4+-.......... lijy.......... 4,Sio..... lOii......i,00o M)......S.yoo IV...2,500-ib____  liUJiK) SO.aHl Tieki^ls. ..CiOO.OOO _ LAND *JA|{R\ING CO.VCI.R.N. ---:- ! fT^O bf DisFosi:� of, by I'liiv.vri: Contuvct, a '. JJr4Willg, \  .JL' very VAH�-VBLI>'l O.Nti;i{.\ in the above Bust- ' nets," frinii Kidderminster tiud Worcr'ti-r to Lniulnn, with the toHiie.vion of the wliole of South W.iles, and the .North � of-l-jigland, in a lai^e and prphlabli; wax, �lierein live roller Waggons and Uirce iiine-incii wheel'ditli) are kept, with upwards of_-iXty sirong, valuable, healibv ilnrses, now in good cbntiiiitin; alio TroU'ej-s, juid other necSh-ary. rtqnisite* used in that line, willi spnei-ni U !ireli'>ur.e, replete with cver\ eonveiiience.   Stabling to acconiTiiodaie 1 he Whpltof the said tiade, centric.-iTly .itualed in the City of W^�rce^ter, now inlull Bu->iin-*s. "I!easonabiccredit will be given, if required, fyrlhe puynx-nt of the pe-rrh^ce nuniey h\ iittnliiients. a-, shall be :i�recd ; and every po.-.h1e exertion used bv tifr present Pniprictors to prim'jie tire future, interest of the concern. For othef; P/'f-''^"''""*''I'l''-^''."I5�'''*^n and Co, '�       iVr >\'. HJiiidy,' Aujtiiin l.l .NAVAL OAK Tl'MBI.K. in the I'ari-li.-of r,reiif,|.y :,ud L.i!u-bi-rhiirst, in the Counties of Kent and Sii.m-x. '�riWO   IIU.NDlli'.U  and   111 IIIT V-KIC HI' A OAK TIMBI-.It TIW;LS, in T�o Lot.-, which will be SOLD bv ALCI'ION. by I,'. SKIS.N LR, ..n rniDw next, the 14lh of April, ISO'I, .it Three 01 lock, at the, house of ,Mr. .1. Reeves, knu�n \t) the >igii wf tne Bull, in Brenchley Town. Loll. yK Trees in Ihc Parish of Lamberliufst, marked tUuf, X. S Timber Trees, on the Land of Henry Kenard oJ Ditto dilio l)in;;n'e- t) Ditto ditto John liorma-i, or I-nralicr. ' liur-t Ale.'idovis 30 Ditto ditto John Bornian, Jiook-green4 J Ditto ditto Aiaiiktrbiw li Dilio ditto James Ijiller, Scrag's Farm 21 Ditto ditto (ilaziers, Sladis Kiiroi. Lot v. 110 Trees in l!ie Parish of Brei�!iley,marke(l thus.X. 7S limber Trees, on the Uiiids of W. .M.-ner, liosho.i I ami Jl Ditto dtlto A. Wilnisbursi, .Mill Farm 51 Ditto ditto D.Mcicer, \ ew-trce Jariii. Lach Tenant, on the difi'e'en Fiirm�, ui!! ^be\v ihe Lois. Further particulars and roniIitioi:ii of Sj.l.- � LI he pntdur-ed, as >h:ill be then asreed 00, ;it tlie lime and pir.ce -.f -ale. Chiedv withnnt Rewrve.-I.or Ace.'iint 'f Ihc .M.iiMilar-turers, and lirsi Purcha�.T:-f(Oin iln-iMainifaciurer>; nu 'Ji'i;so.iV, April 11. IKOlV, at'I ive 'Clock, in ihe.iri. 1 . iiiion. Ill N\ l-.Sr's W arelmusfTi,.4iiliiti-r-4aiie, Lta>IeiiiiaU-slreet, will be^iutupto IU..BL1C S \ J.irfie and Valttable\--ornu-iil �( niinM^^fr I'lLCi; GOODS,   exeinpl   from Auction   Duty j (a  - Check's; Sirip'dllolhuids; VclveircRs, &c. - 5-1 Strio'd Coitions British RavCmbii'ks 40.1---� L'road BiiiWiind Jlunnvi*   

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