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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 24, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Volmwcs ai'i.v l>i' had a� mr. uirtni Vuluwi; HI >l>'>ri\y he t>uhlisbf OC{i:TV �)  J'rfsiilriil, III. Hi.ii. I,or.l TlClfiNMlJUTU. Thp Mnn Kirv. tht An-hbuliiip  rrt Bishop of St. Davfd'i. MONDjr^  JPIUL 24, 1809. 1 CKO HOOMS, -I)iirti>r New -COURSH of of ii Cixir-i' lie WKSr MU)DL!-:SKX WATim WORKS.- T!it Hriiprii-ttir.- tliib Uiid-rtukni^ :irc liercl>v in-fiiiim-il, liiat:iCO'.Ni;it V!. ASSKAJiJLV of llie Cimipany will lie liel�l ut l.lie rieci'a.'.bOiiV Tiivi-Mi, in (ii'T:;it Qiifeii- Frice TO THE PROl'Rn-TOaS^F tAST JNDIA.STOCK. 'B^ilE. Vacancy occasu>iic(l in your DireCliorij A- by thi| r.'sisiiiitloii of Mr: A!anslii|i. affords iiit (liv �(>. � f .-Rlicitinx ihrt honourable >ituiiliuB, lo wl:irli I ! riher^M |}r. Cnrtch'sSpeclinein ot" thf vjiriims '*'\"ru.l^r arc rrtiK-ctfiilly informed that lli.- first aiul '"^ -'''"mfS B,"y'lH''had"�"Mr. Bir|hull's, and that ll.e mghl lloi-. Lord Igirhart. jjilhtllon. t.'' -jl Lni dtfltTentpairis iif the world. i.B.TIiei'ribidentwill take the Gliuirut Twelve o'clock JOHVOWKN, t JOSia'H JIUGHES, C Secretaries. CllAS. F. STlilNKOPfF, ) ^fckffjplion* In Ihc above Society are received by the Kgfrr; at iMr^sn. Duwo, Thomtuu, and Co. HarlholM-K-liMi tiieCullector, Mr. Smilh* Ko. IP, Little Moor-Bt;'lKSccrela^ii^s, aodthepriucipal liaiikers in Tuuii iCotiilr^_^_       '________ ST. MARY'S PAlllSti, DUIJLlN. Ta Meeting of tlie P^t-ishionurs of St. Mary's iParish, cmened by Public Nolice, on Friday the 7th, iljminiodtu .Monday the^lOib iial.^for the^puriiose of K^'inlownsiJi-ralion a ym n-'W Jiending in Parli.imeiil, 'yn, (imeiiil, and enlarge the powers of the Coinmis-fcr PaTitig, L'shling, &c. appointed under an Act ||it4;i!i of his pri-sent ftlajesty. WLLIAM flONK, V.s^.' Church W�rdeiis, in the Chair. JOHN TUnOlt, lisq. iCopvoftnid Hill was produced by the Church Wnr-kaiiiirfad.aud the Alerting came to the following Re- � jBohnliiiiMimnuPJv, That the provisiotis of ihe Bill how �ai,�iiJ�hichitis pn>piiscd to carry into effect, arrop-lii^, hjudicioin, Hi'bvefsive of the ciiilits of inilividuuU, Kdmuciaiiltollie mild principles of the British CoMSli- niin. Rsdndniianimoiisly, That theadvi^iers of said Rill, r>y lramriiii;(ouiln>(luceas)�teqi of taxation, biiiYlenbunie dmirfcRwrv, and a mode of trial and conviclitni uupre-iraicdintli(Uiio�titution, have acted in open vtolatiun of irsrlu�iri(%d nod ulaWeiKiMe righfu. fiwihd iuBnimi)U�ly,-Th:it in order to prevent (as we Bljimposc), our prnciirin;; timely informtilion of i!ie na-c, objtcl, and provisiohs of (his Bill, tiic Frameri of it 00 Ttpird In a Standing Order of the Houseof Com-r,wliickrfq9ncs"That beforeany Petili'in is pn-sejiled rPa�in;;, Linhlinf, Cleaifilug, or Improving any City or miiorfortheniiornl oraitenitiou of a'ny Act of Parlia-d{iaRedriirlhK(|iurpii3e, notice of such ititended appli-fcoin Parliaiiif/it be givea at the General Quarter Sefsions Mi'tarf. wliich sh^ll be held for the County in which ICity orT*wu shall lie. situated, at the Michaelmas ini-soWvprercilinj:the Session of PaMiaiiienl "in w Inch such 'isnislnbepn-grnicd: and that this Woiice be given by l�i|:tit(!ieDu�r fllie'Srsstohs-Huu�c where suchGcne-mn iuntv, llrep in "njaprr of some near oradjoining County,ifirec times �s; 10 ihf mnnihs of August or September, or cither of ^ inmrdialfl) preceding Ihe Sessions of Parliament in iwk Pftilinn is to be presented.'' mfdunaniinnusly. That while we abstain frdSi ani-rt'W nil any existing Act of i'arliairtcnt, we are cnm-i� dwliueiunt the powers vested by the Act of the 'w King, in the (omiuisianerg for Paving and Light-tK been Hrhilrarily exercised, in utter contempt of �wwlrriDcrs, interesli,and accommodation of the Citi-�|U;Dlin, more particularly of Ihe liiltabitants of this BJj*4'!'aUhc penal rlaoies of said Act, have -been ^BJ*''" '"liM'rimiiiate unrelenliiig severity. �jrra unfliiimmisly, That since the passing ff the Act 1 jr L have been mur,!< worse 'flighted ihaii at any period wilhio avr rec�llectioii : *J uf 5 detnaiids upoo iJKNJA- i 1%. iMlN CLliA V l:(�, late of Newjiorl, in the county of ' lia-'ex, l-.sq.   Oawrt, ofAiigel-cotirt, Throgmorlon-siWet, Loudon, '� who iii aiilhurizeil lo receive any debts due to the estate. ' AFi'lll'lNI'lCIv-Wanted, ^ youth of r.-Lvcc tabte coiiiieciioiis as an Apprentire to a \V1U>LE-K\l.l-; L1N1;N-I)RAH1:R, hi an csiabliihed limine iu the City. .A libi-ral Premium is expected. Particulars mav be tiail by addiCjiJiiisaliae, p^mtpaid, to X. Y. Baptist Coiree-housc, AUiermaiil'iiry. f pO INN KKEPERS, &c__^To be ftisposEo of, X sonnr very good^QClABLK BO0IL:S,�itb or iv!th ^od secftid-hand tJbarrtots which wouki make capital jio^t-cbaisfS: may be beard of by applyftSg at No. 9, Pjirk-I 'ee.nfar Pircadilly. London.__ f^LlUIliLl!^ Situation in the OIL and l�ICKLfi J IRADK__To be SOLU or L-liT, an Established liuii-e in ttie ab'ive business, undeniably t.luati-d m a great Ihraoghfare near Ilie ^i>w Squares, has a good-t-'amily Trader The premises (w hich art extensive) arc in good repair, subject to the low groiinJ rent of 12 poninls pi-r anum.- Partis ciilais may b'-known, by applvinij .yt Mr. Iline'�. Ham and Tongue    alehouse,ClenmieiiVs-lHiie, LVARI) ; ran have the (ir..i| rrcoiniiiendatirtn as to character and prac-t:ral knowledge of Ills priire!.sion,.from Men of the lir.-t-rate ri'speetabiiity in the (Country. Apply to Mr. Coote, 21, iC.iil street, 'iSlackfriaif. IARGK NliVVCASILli; COALS.-The best _i that conic to London, are told on such very moderate lernis .-.s behoves the economist to take the advnntagc of piir-cli.-ising  f the Loiidoii Se.i-Coal Cli\^paiiy, .Southamptoii-tlieel. Uolbuni; andalthnugii horse If rovisioii is so advanced in price, nne shilling per mile per chaldruu oil the stones, is charged by Harrison .and Co.__ NNUIT\".-Wantt^d 6000?. or 10,000/. for which an adequate .Annuity for the life of the (iranlor, agrd forty, will besecuretl on Frccliold Kstates, which being ainpte in v.ilue, and the security in all respects unexceptionable, liberal terms will be ex'pccted.-No money brolier need apply .-^Further particulars may be had of Mr. Dick-on.tiin. Stationer, No. U, llnlborn court. Gray's Inn. NUIA SIJAWXjS.-Ladies or Gentlemen jnir. chasingcurinus|lndia Shawls, have now an opportunity of inspettiiis the m-i-t aiperb seleetion ever before nlFercd for. sale, at WAITHMAN and EVERINGTO.N'.S, Shawl, Muslin, and Linen Warehouse, No. 101, tlieroriiejof New Bridge-street, Fleet-�lr;et; where Ihev iiiav also receive the full value in cash, for Shawls, Gold" and Silver, and other Worked Mu r-iis. London Assuraiic.', April 90, 1609. Yourioo.^t uboilietii servant, Wll,l,l.-\.M WI(il!\M. r iitl-; LA Mi COUN- �Waimnimniisly. TliajR Coinmiltcc.lieappo'ited lo ^a Peiiii.in f.iund,-d op the above Kesoluiioas-and Cburrh \Y.-)rrtPiis do forward the same to onr Uepre-to Im laid by Uiem before the iuip�nal Pailia- iHi.nmn,ouFly, That the Thanks of this Meeting ^_�mI to nur worthy Clinrrlt  Wardens, fir ihiir In calling this Alectti)g,-.and tbeir conduct in mnnimmitAv, That the foregoing Rc�'>li'�'"n5''C ^>��mlers>News Letter, Krrcnmn's Journal, Cor-*�iana tlie LuiiioH CocaiBii,twice in carh. �ING J'HVSIC.-At lh� present sias.n. ..f iplmMi''.''*'''''"''*'^'? recomm�nded,.thc famou-i ^U-IJ.*) for Worms; tUey are only a swo reme--J'*V' "�, Wiildren and adults, but if taken at the r�rif "T y 'h'"* wl'o hasc uiT Worms, will cffcc-h^^j.  ''""'^v'""'c'eansethei siom.icb, preveniinc j ^B�rrRrll> luring the remaihiler of the year. Sold /?, I.OI g-.-vcrc, and ftlr�. Randall (late no tJie l-'ACULTif.-A Gcfitleinaii wishing to retire from a *ei-y extensive and well established IJn-tiiiesiiiu the country, in favtiur of his Son, who is to retain half Ihe concern, would be glad to treat with some well qu.il'tied and resprcLiMe tuiildle-aged Gentleman, .-is a I'ARTN VAl for his Son. As there U ;i good hou.=-, with extensive premises and garden, which innst he purchased, no Person who cannot command from 1.500 to 2000^ need apply, to Mr. Ilumphiies, St. liennett's Hill, London, if by letter, fpust paid.)__      ^ ^I^AIlIvS in l/ieALUJOiJ, Ul-i,, uuU O   INSURANCK  COMPANY,   ftOLDEN BRI;WI;rV, AUCTKLN MAKT. ami KA.ST______ TRY DOCK.-To be SOLD by Phivatk CoNxnACT, by Mr. RICHARO NKKIHIAM, alew Shares in each of the above concerns very n'asonable; apply at his Ollice, No. 10, Broad-SI reel. Royal Fxchnnge._ SUBSTITUTE for GERMAN SflKKT GLASS. -Print Sellers and others requiring Squares of GI.iss of superiorsize, colour, and flatness, are rc-peelfolly informed that thej- may be supplied with such.of the intennediale S'Z'-s betlveeo 21-18 and 31-23 inche.s, from the warehouse of UAMMONfJand S.MITHS, Window Gl.i�s iManufactor.'rs and Cutter?, No. 14, Bride-lane, Fleet street: where orders for Foreisn Fxport omliiiuc to be executed with every possible dispatch, and upon terms the most ailvantagrous. MONEY-A Gentleman lltts Thirty Thousand Pound.* to lay ontin the purchase of Aiitiuities, from l.SO/. to 10,mW'. on re:ilt>r approved personal Security, re-dccniah'e :it ti.e option of the Uorrowir, and for wliiph a liberal priee will be given.- Letters (post paid) addresird to Messrs. Holt and Co. No. 2^, Clarge^-streel, Piccadilly, will meet ilne attention: or personal applicition between the hours of two and four.- No Broker need apply. >RIST0L.-Wanteil from Midsummer ticxf, JJOVRI) and LODGING for a literary Gemleman, in I'ri^t..I or its vicinity ; an epipty rnnm,as a bed-rsom r.i/-Iher large, wi I,be required. As the Advertiser will tiiid his own clianil�er furniture, liquors, and other extra's, no mure �han7i)/. per nnunni will be paid; u Clersyiiian's will be .(Ireleried, or .is Ihe Advertiser a Barrister, has no objection to a iiiiliritor's. Apply by letter �nly to X. Y. No. 10, Vine-.-^trert, I'igeadilly._ ^0 UEARim) GE.VTLIvVlKN.-MO.>^E-."^'AU's oriviiinl STROP for RAZORS, long known and uiiivers.'illv approved of in every phrt of (he World, wheteby Shaving is not onty rendeyd caiv but j-leasant, naA bv a simple proci-ss, keeping itazors in perfect order, wilU-nnl grinding or the ase of t.'fe hone. T-> pr'-vi�t imposition, are sold oiiUJat tli�inventor's ami sole PnmrtefRrs, .No. 4, \yig-morr .'t?eef, Cavendisli-squar.-. Strop and l�Hnipnsition, six ^hil^nlR5; Moiilpellier Herb Wavli-Balls, and Spermacelti J'aste.f'-r w.ishine the liaiiri..', soften.�, M hiieiis, and prc-vrlits'chapieg. CJentiSiii>- Arqiiebusadc, He Cologne, and JIuiiirary Water, w ith every niticle of Foreign tuid iinglish J'lTfiimrry, 10 IuoN.F()UNnEn�, Ssjitiii, and otMers.- Wanted aPART.VF.r in a valHable Concern, the returns of la-t year am-unied-lo nearly 300'/. .-uid may be greatly iniprnyed. by any .ind�^tnous young man used t.i liiisiiiess. ivho rnn fomni.nod fpoii Five to Six lliiiidred p.iuiids. He wiil draw t'rOm the Concern weekly at thc.rale ot'O p-r Cent, oo Ihe numey adv.iiiced, in aHd'tion to his bcneni in the Concern, as he will have to take the active f irl, the P�)prii intiiifiit.-- .TONES'S rOLYGRAPHTC, or - .MA.NIFOLI) WRITKK.S, No: 4. Wells-strert, Ox.ordMreei.-^">e lii-vmlor'begs leave to inform- the Public, that, by hwliiven-tion, several Fac-similes nf Wriliegs or Dqtwing? in.iy be in.arte by one effort, without Pen, Juk. or Pencil, by an In-stnnneiii whieirnever inquires tlie lea�t repairs. Tliesnhsii-tuie for the ink permniienl, in the,most portable form^ in-M'riahle in all rliniales, and not lintile lo.blot:  t a1s'> iff.'iin- I.N'G's IIEADTAYIsli.V, Pooitry, Apr.l 21, 1!>09.-Afa nnmeriilis iMeeling of the l-riendi of iMr WILLIAM WIGRAM,held here this day. ia e...>. q.unce of !Mr. Manship having n signed his scat in ilie DiuciiDii of the Kast India Company's AU'aics. RORFRT ii \-N KKV, F..=q. in the Chai.-. . It was unanimously Resolveil, That Mr. William Wiiirnm, h nietrlKint of LondO�..i Oivrttor of (he Lcmilon .'\.-suiyiire Company, aud a Member of Parli.-iineiir, is a (ler-un e\iry way qwalilied to hll the sitiialiuu from wliicii .Mr. MaiL^liip has retired.        Rcfolved, That :th'is -Meeting will support Mr. A\ igrain with their votes and interest, and do earnestly recomuun.'. l:un to Ihe Proprietors on tlie.dayjof election. Resolved, Tfiat the t'OhimiMee now appointed for (he pur-J>ose ittf condwctiiig Mr.iWigram's elertion. do ir.cel .-a itits mnise daily, in order to promote the aUaininent nf the ohjcrt of this Meeting, and that Air. Wigiams I'riinds be re,-;n;rbted lo give every aid jn their power. Resolved, That the thanks of thi> Meelin* bs si'vn to Mr. Haukey, for lis conduct in l*e Chair, aud mat ih>-:c,(t solu-lionsbesigncd by the Chairman, and ii:?i-rt>d in the dnily Papers._       ROBERT llA.NKIiy._ To Ihe PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA STOCK. Ladies and Ge.-^tle.ve.v, IDEKiMED it improfier to s-dlcit a Seat in your Direction, while eng.iged in pnrsuirs connected with the licenced Trade nf the Company ; fr(�m which neing now relieved, I take the earliest oppuriuoily ofderl.iring my intention of becoming a Cuiulid.'ile for that Situation on ihe first occTSion which may prcM-nl itself, and will have the honour of paying my persimal respects to every Proptietor ;is soon as possible.   1 have the hounur to be, L:idies and Gentlemen, Y'our most obedient and humble Servant, LeadenhalUstreet, April 19. 1809._J. PRINSKP. rpilURSDAY, April 27, vvill be the Nl-:XT JL D.^Y of drawing:.-The Wheel cun'ains Prizes of 20,1100/. 54X)0/. J,000/. 5i)0l- &c. &c. The Loitery will finish nn Saturday. Tickets and Shares warranted undr.iun, on Sale.____ SIR JAMES BllANSCOMU and CO. can, wiih inexpreAible pleasure, inform the Public, that I'nnr of the Capital.�draw n on Friday, the Second Day, were sold by thera in Forty-six Shares; viz. 18.977, 'iO.iio.'/. in sixteen Sixteenths; l2,7o7, 10,000/. in one Quarter, three I-.igliihs and six Sixteenth.''; 4,390, :iOMl. iu one (Quarter, three Eighths, and si.y Sixteenths; No. 719, .nOO/. in one Quarter, three Eighths, and six Sixicemhs; and loi the rr=t Day, 3,�18, entitled to the Gmnd Prize of One Thousiiiid Tickets, J), 123, a Prize of 2{),OilO/. 3,001, a Prize of lOU;)/. 19,00.% a Prize of 500/ were sold in sixteen Sixteenths each, at their truly fortunate Offices, No. II, llolborn, .No. 37, Cornhill, No. 38, llayinaiket, Piccadilly, and No. 2i9, Strand ; where the fortunate Holder of each resitecii^e Share m.iy receive Ihe amount on dcm.ind. Tickets aud Shares^rc now selling warranted undrawn. THURSDAY will be tjie next Dav of Drawing.  The Wheel contains Prizes of 20,000/. 5,000/. 1,000/. JoO/. &c. c. &c. Deptf.ird . Portimouth Plymouth 5f> Tons. 30 -20 100 ninety ^tyt To he pitid for by nU'j payabU, uri:,h inttrest, ujler d.tU. The Cor.-liiions of tkt Conlracis mnij Oe seen at Ihe Sec, e-Iriiy's Oj/ict. N. B. Samples of the Cocoa to be produced with tli Tenders. Tfu regard will he had ta nny Tt-mier in irhkk the pricr sht �' t not be imcrled in icorMs at lengi/i, ur t'wi shn'l not be ricliren d to the ilouril  before   One o'Clurk on tU: said Tcssda� Uie %loJ'yi:iyn!it, nur unless the I'crsm atio vi-iken ins ' T� (ir SKtrnt Pa sun dn his behalf, ailcnds. In nnstc-� 2'ende, trhen cn<____ v'ICi'UALL,IMi-OFKjGe, April It, iSr ''J^HE Commissioners fur f'tdualiin^ ilis Ma-B jetttfs Nnoydii hereby gjt< IVnlice, t/iiit on Fri.la , the 98/A instant, lhe\i Kill be ready to rtrniv '{'tmlr- , in vir-:in� (scaled v/), and treat for TWO HL'NDRKO TONSef CHESMIKE, DERBYSHIRE, WARWfCK-snilt.E,or GLOUCESTKftSlllRE CHEESE, i.r Cheese ot equal ^oodne-s, /� be delivered in onemunlh, into one of his jViijesly's f'ictualling stores at Depiford, Portsmoutt;, and Piynioutfa, in the proportions undsrmrniinnei!, viz. Deptford   ................dO Tuns.  PorisuiiHith   ..............t-'O Phraimth ................60 -aog And to be paid for Dills, payable, vilh Jnlerest, nine fy days after date. Tilt, Cund-tions of tht Contract may be seen al tht Scct-r -tanjs Oljice. Ad regard Kill be had to any Tender in reliich the price sha t not be ittserttd in trnrds at length, or thai s/nill not bt deH'fr -td to the Board before One o'Clock on the said Friday, , ' Mr. W ilberforce,Lord F'olkstone, Mr. \ oi ke, i\!r. C.inniiig, ; &c. &C. lu the Houye of ('oiiimop on Mr, Wardle's Gii.irges I against his Royal Highhe>s the iljike of York. Printed for j. Blatklock. 92, Royal E\rliaiige : f". Chappie, Pall-mall ; and sold by all other BooK?elleis in the L'nited Kingdoiii. The Pnblishfers have nn hes'rtatinn instating that in this, volume will be found such elo ii)ii morcnblv di-i�laved, aiid as such they rrcoinmcnd it to the notice of every Student and Oiaioriilthe British I-.nipire. '   .\tlSS TAYLOR'S ME.MtJlRSnf MRS. CLARKE. This day is pubtHhcd. cleg.iiitly printed on a fine Drawinc into /lis Mojesty's Hctunlling Stores at Deptford; and tit be paid fur by tiills, payable vcilh Intziesl nmcly days after dale. The Conditions of the Contract,may he seen at the Secretary's Oyice. A 0 rr^nrd vciU be \id to any Ttn'.er in vchich thu Price shall not be insertedia teerds at length, "r that shall mi( he deliver/H to the Hoard before One n'clnck on the said Tiles lav, ihe Id'af May nrj/, nur un'.esf the person Kho v.ahes thf. Tender, or some person on his behalf, attends, to an-neer tehen callrdfor. VICTUALLIMj Ol-Fltt, April 6, 1 uw. THE Commissioners for yidiiaiting His jesty's Navtt do hereby give police, Uiet on Friday, the 5th of May next, they tcill be ready to receice 'Tenders in writing. (sealed up) and treat fur SEVEN-HUNDRED TONS of LIVERPOOL, or Coarse Gr-.iined CHESHIUE SALT,orSalt of equal i^o-dacts; ;uid forElVE HUNDRED TONS of CHESIIUIK BAY 30/A 0/ September fo tuning, free of all d,.ngc and risk l id to bepaidjorby BiUs payable, vcith laic rut. ninety days ajtcr dale.   � �- j     > Tlie Conditions of the Cantracts mnv he teen at thr itcrc 'nflh. ^'i"n "'""'W'"' "r bH^Pplylng to the ColUcIo, oj the Salt Duties at Liverpool andat iMiddlew ich ^o regard iriU he had to any Tender m which the price ^haUnH be inserted tn�:ords at Ungth, or that shaft not be o'Cloof , FUEL, FORAGE, and St/tAW ; .�c,-, p,-up,.:,'s to i.c sent in on or before the 3d day of .May. ohf^rcing tfiil none �Killbe Yeceiced after Eltoen o'Ciocr: uii lliut day,''..red if sent by post, the postage mtisl he paid, viz North Britain-Northumberland, Cunrberiand, Wcrt-mnreland, .ind Durham. YoBK-York and Lincoln. EaSTCRN-Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, ani Essex. SOUTH.ern-Kent and Sussex. SotjTU WEST-H^ints, Wilis, and Dorset. Isle of Wig  ig�i. W'ESTEn.N-Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset. Sevkhn-Glonccsier, Worcester, Hereford, .Monmouth, and South Walfs. nortu West-Chester, Salop, Lancaster, and North Wales. Ho,mf.- Middlesex, Surrey, Hertford, and Berks. Ineam)-Derby, Notiingliam, ."^Eiiind. I>eicr>ti'r, Warwick, KKtiuiUd, Bedford, Northaniplo.i, Oxford, and buek-ingham. And the I.^'londs of (��uemsey. Jrr�fy, and Alderrev. Dislinct Proposalifor ISreud and t'oel, t'oiagc, anil Strme, must be 7nade for each District, and each Projio^ul iiui.hI i.ura the letter tehichh nnnexerf to lite JeiiHrr properly JyfUil up by rico Persons of knoicn Properly engaging to hei\imt huntlit tciih the Person tendering, in tlic Aoiount required fir the: due porforiHunce of the (Contract; and uo Piuposnl irill be noticed unless made <;n a printed Ji-mlur, and tlie prices expressed intcords al Lnglh; n-jr units t/ie Paity, ur itn Agent for him, personally altend ou Ihe fultutririg i'iru, lo ftnoic the deiiiinn thcrcun ; and should il su /,appen I nut dnrivg ' tlie conUnuanre of Ihe Cuiilracl, no '/roups nhovld he encamped, tlie lixpencei of the Conlriiil and liunil, paid in Ilie first instance by the Contractor, lo he refunded to hi.n by the Commissary Gnteriit. "fPoiotSri .��"''lf''^P"*''*"'''y rise li^fortimH -'''^'*.i�''^*e        ortgieal Aiiodyni' _______ '*''�jri�hi i�i'"T!''^''^��**''�'"'"w�iringwK ,    , _____ [''WrV'.i i"*""'^ Teeth wjib perfect , pi'mefe and upwards.-Wl  ^c.ailprov.ce,dmgf^|5rTeeth. ptf�W   , ^.a^eto taii.s the gre;iie.-t secr�cy In correspoiideiiar,luid itn eileets are equal 10 a fartl�f"Pcnpving Herk.   iVicc trim La. lo one lion.-^Tiie Polvgraphic Paper u;a) i�e bad In qoin f, aud any bizc. pouTtra\ _ ....... lii-lorv and lutiisncsof m:iiiy Cliar.-irt'rs in the lir^i CirrleA of Fa--liion and IVx^^t l.ife:.;�i.i rimlainin:; the wl�ole I'f her Correspondence daring tiie rime .-ihe lived u.-ider the Pinirc-tion of hU Ruyvl liJKliness the Diike of York, th.-gallant Duke's Love iJrtter.'j ;uid other interesting Papers ne>er be-fon- published;' GUHrms su.rji .is hsr's would atlr an holy hermit.-Orwa Y.   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