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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ,,cTL'a"s"i'^'W/ir//K,4T;ij;, \Vi:siMixsTEIi- \ �/Sli-"-�. HKIDCiK. , ,' (de Paironngr ..f llicir I Holiness (he Prince of I nAY-2S(li, and SATtJItDAY vail April, (-Jd Ji,,e) ^ "''^ o.I liwr. a new .Naultciil Sofflacle, CDmiitine- of THURSDAY,  APRTL 27, .1809.  ,,.,4 %Wite a El5l.t.- Place*:, be Wish Mr. Richer's elegant Tight lie llarU-f]tiin-ide of iiViigiia, juii.; Clown, ^frs. farkti'.              >. U>kcn from b7c. CiiUeK22, Warwick s,rce,Golden-s^aaTC; wSQbscripli""sare n.-c�ved; utG. Testol.m s, /3, Corn-fljffiv Pa�ser's, Bridge-road, Luwbclh.-Just puU-' 3;d,ili�JVinU�f Lora * i Cocbnaue. UVERTISEMENT.--A-Gentlenian of e^pe- (.inn irffWe a fair lri.�l of his abilities gratuitoiish. rm an en- ^^^T-llyloT auilNcwtoq.Or- Warwick-square, U care Loiiduii. the Rr.fater. dc. ele^aRcl'vis al- COilOiiVATION, iVtfliich t) XX. grec of utility is blended willi �qi;;rt loired ia.berare. Bn '     " ----- tcimitcdainiupcrior ^'iTpREtnaimfiictui---...-------- J'ani's Cliarc(i.-yard. The jliir^blc Whiting DiSiicsiainl ateanireAally a(lnfii:eilj;wttij;;iiostclrj{;ti)t fufuilure of ilic liir/orUoitdbir, aro i'le mo^it esteemed for containin;;, in I ifSHll conijjass, tiie requisites in ennstant daily ise, fur J as Gentlemen's, without tvliich i)u equipage can be coin- rtiHE ANNIVERSARY MEKTLVG ofMlie X. 'FALLOWS i)f Al,l. S0U1.S COIXl^fili, Oxforil, wiil be held at t.ie Thatched H"H�e Tavern, St. J.-.mes5s- Mreet, on. Tuesday, the '2d of Mav, 1S09.   Uiinicr at Six 6'Clock rtrpcistly. StewArus.-The Rey.iDOWDF.SWEI.I., ' _ THOMAS n'OYLUY, Esq. l^/fflSS liliFl'UN begs U-ave to inform the No-.....    - - that her JBXHlUt- shcp.nsbibly, boonttful as to enable her, ev.cn in Her deprived situation. Id f)erfoni'i such things as in otljer. person can, she Considers it ler duty to exhibit to thetrurid those wonderful compensated powers she is in possefisiiin �f.      -- ^. ^     " "; ^ WIFE who is dUfrvssed alinpst.tu the loss of her facujHes for the loss r'y ijEn Uusbakd; has no means left.but Ihis of assuring trim of her entire Iovjc, which ihftfe.'irs by t!^e fiillowieg expression in;his last Utter, h^ may doubt, �� 1 fee! ( love yon^Y""'^''' >'."' dodtote4it;" Sheliopes he will not deny her the melancholy satisfyitiwa of kiioTTJng'^^rt he is. " �EW"\XftEAfllicjAJt;X.6NCEltW..--A.JX m _ /jOept!cisialr:of phl. T jOST.-St JLJ at the Crav �Supposed to he droj)t by a Gentleman Craven Hotel, Strand, a Ul UL of EXCHANGE, drawn by Hugh Hamell and Cp. of Dublin, on t'uRct,. Barn-bridge, and Parnellj of Loudon, for 100/.; accehesjtnd pre-fOFSlke Le.inuT.-Sold at h\ K N ACll), for Punch, Iicnion.ide. Shriib, Negns Sauces, .lcili�,an'l nse i^i Cnokcry.-I'amilie.., Taverns anJ Inns, will liiu'. U cvueijielv cimvenient to keep by iheiii : it povisjcs all ill.'. �:ra!el"i:'i' i;ianiur of the Ixaiou, ."-ave^ 'JVuiiiili^aiiil IS al *.ivs cheaper. Ollirels i.n.i Gentlcnien lni�elliu^, Ciiplaini lif ships and others goinp long Voyages, will (inil it iiarii^'ul.'uiy desirable, as it is perfecil** dry and iioriabte,.nnil will keep in.c.vcry t^lim.ite;; I'rejiareil only at their VTafc'i'-nie, No. ^C,3. Unrough, Lflwloii.-Sulil in hiiltles, at 2-!. lid.-;ind seven qa.iiitifip in  ._I)j niojt Oilmen, tirocers, and LibnIr.ieS, iii town .iml rou'niry. , AiNNUlTlliJ?.^'^!-�ear� Flirctase will be ill immeiJialely given for..*imnitlessecured upon freehold, C0pvb�)d, or loui; Leasehold lifL-Heu, wlieruthe^jiitie!! have anutiMlute interest, !uid on which (by fe.:�i>n pf the pfes-Wof ibc t.mes) ra.iney cannot he obt.-^ined upon irinrigage ; and eight yrars piirchafe will lilnewlie he ijiven for Annuities "I joun; LWts secured on the like property, the Inten-iit of IfoDej in th �'s Jointures, or ;inj' other security, aiirf .�nl5c pcKviat Grant of X-lbli-jiien, l^'.dies, and Men of I'a-liion, the .Armuitios in ail ciues i.i lie r.-(3..-ti!i:-b'ie at (iie ptioiiof ihcUnrrowcr. Personrf'. .ipplication to \!?. AOnms, Mirtecn !he htiars ofinelvc and luur, No.-^il, liVririeK.i-^et, Cavciidi-h-square,. oif Leiicrj ipost paid; duly a;i- N/h.___________________ C0>: l,li- SaLE .';1NEN-�RAPEK, in an es-tatili-hed i; u.^e in the Ciiy. A liberal Premium-ise.xpy;tas of horro� ing te�p�rary or permanent suras of MON BY, that they can at all i:m*� advance :inr �wn troa I SO/, to JO.OGO/. und upwardi, pn personal sectirity, oratiy otktr aris:ngfro� Marti.-iic Sctlle^ei^i, Money in the .Fundi,. Clercymeo) Livings, or Ktcehold, Copyhold, and Ledrt St. George, h.iving served the East India Company during^ a pcri'id ijf 3*3 years, .wd in the most distinguished situ;ilioh*, with rrnii honour tijitmself and advantage to theirinterDils, is partitularly qu:HiHe'J to be one of their Directors. .  . Jlesolscdy That the pre-erein(nit altilitirs of Mt. CHamier, and his acknowledged experience in ilie Political, Keveime, andCeramercial DeiKirtinentj of !he Company's Service in iiidia, cannot fail, of being eminently sc/vic�able, and p?.r-ticidarly at this iihpbrlaHt tri>is, in the mana;;>-nientof their nlTairs at hntne; and that it be �iibmilletl n�ilie ronviiter;i!ii>ii df the Prnprietor.i, the expediency of irn-ir electing us :y Dj. rector,.a V'^nlleman who has been employed so in:iny ye.irs in the advanit-mcnt of their inlerci-fs abroad, ai  n-dnct has received the iinifiT:n approbation of their Gnvcm-mcnt in India, and of the f,'"iiri of Directors, as rrci>rdcri m the teslimenir.lssubmiited to the Proprietors by Mr.Chamier. Resolved, Thatas Air. Chaniier is tot.illy unconnected with any line of business. wliich can either divert his nttenlinn trnm the Company's .AQairs, orinfiuerrce hi=.conduct in tlie Uianaf^emciit of ihcin, .lie possesses greater means of acting ii;i)ependcntly and'(Hsiiiterestedly than others, who are not similarly situated,   ,.    _ 'i'he Commiltte h.iving examined (he resell of Mr. Clii-miers Cinva'."!,  Resolved,- That, il is ndw become incurr.bcnt on him to proceed tn the Ballot. .   , , P. ?;BRUC!-:, Chairman. -Resolved, That tl'iCi "thanks of this Meeting be piv,�i to P. ('.. Bruccj Esq. fur his zealous and able conduct in the Chair. .   . Mr. CIIA.MJF.R^s, COM.MITTEE will meet every day fi-om ten till Lve o'ajat:'*, at tffe Cliy.of London Tavern, BishppsgatCtStrcct, Vf.^ere favourable communications will be gratefully received.__ Tolhe propr?ETOKSof EAST IrJDlA STOCK- -.    I.AUIUS ANI> GC.VTLI.ME.S, IN. consequence of the Resolutions of the Proprietors �f l-^iit India Slock, assembled yesterday, at the City of London "Tavern, i embrace the earliest opportunity df declaring my positive defqrmination of going to ihe Ballot, on the toth Maynpxt, and i beg le.ave to repeat my sincere asjfirance to you,' that if siiccessfnl in my object, it will be my study to prove ni'^self, worthy of that honourable situation, whieh 1 am ahxiuiis to Obtain by means of yoti^ suffrages. i liave the honout^ lo be, with the greatest respect^ l�-idies and Genlleinen, Tour most devoted Servant, john CHAMIER. GfnJvcnor^lacc, April ^K, 1S09._ king's head tAVERN, in the Poultry, 2.5th April, JS09. AT a r�spectabIo Mcpling of the Friends of Colonel JOHN BLAOE.N TAYLOR, a Candid.nte f< 1 deling, that Col. John Bladen Taylori from the independence and integrity of character hfc itiai/ilaih d during a residence <�f tiiiwardi of 2*2 ve.-irs in the EaSt India Company's service nbronii, is d fit and proper person to take a part in the aSEP. To the PROPRIETORS of KAST INDIA sfbcK. Lauics and Gt:.^TLEwE.\, j BEG leare to announce my inMJmw'filll^ .comiiigaOindidatefor aSeat in the Dirrctton li^yMf ' Ati'airs.   Tiicex|irrience gained from a length of time spent in the Administration of Otfices confitlrniiai ami important under the G<)y�riiment of Bengal, and Ihe elinrncfer whieh t ifust,! hmv always tnaintaiued in your service, military itnd CitB^.alttntberltontigb a period of twenty-six }rai;�, are tlto pretnmt'lb oo wKicb I wholly depend fotyow suppatti It b ttol mi' intenliot} to tome forwjird on Ihe present occasion; but 1 sti.-JI tf^ke an early opp rtunity of. paving my respects td viti p'-frdnally, and of presumiiK to vottcit yotir VotesatkJ lntere=ts, wiili a view to ;j future Vacancy, i have the honour t.> be. Ladies and Geniiemen, Y our faithful and obedient Servant, Portland-plapp. April 2.>. IS.'i^.        .      S. DAVIS. ~     WLS'J'MINSTEII FIRE-OFFICE, .BEDFORD-STREET, For Insuring Houses,.Buildings, Household Fomitlire, Gaods, :ind Stock in Trade. April 2>, 1SC9. TllK General Meeting appointed O^y t/ie Deed of Settlement, to ht i/eaitij on the last Thursday in April, ur tcitkin Ten Dmji thereajler, for the c/ioice of Auditors, and an other AJ}'airi, Kill bt held at this Offices on "Thursday, the oth daj/ of Alay n�x/, at Tmla o Sluck a: Noon. By Order, G. H. BROWNE, Secretary ftrj- The Chair will be taken at One o'ai>ck precisely. NAVY'OFFICK. Aril 25. 180 >J);<. ^'ff^IIE Comiaissiuners 'for ('''ictualltrig His Aid- -H- jcftfi i^ai-y do hcrdni  .eoB, Hogshead, Irish Tierce and Barrel Staves; Brokeii Staves .and Heading ; Iron Honps, broken and bent; WoroT out Coopers Tools, Fire Uood, Anticorrosion Powder.'fut painting, Hulter, Cheese,!dathaged Sugar, Old Copper Utensils, Old Branding Irons, Old Tea Clusts, lea Chest Leadj tttld Old Wood, Ijiiig in bis Majesty's Viclueiling .Premises at Dcptford. A Deposit ofljl. per Ctnt; is tb be made npen the amoutit ofeuiU Lot ai the lime of Sate ; atidifthe remainder of I tit moHey be not jiaid, end Ihf Pariidxlars taken auay U:ilbin IwnUy aorking days af.erwards, the Dtposil ivill be farfclUdi and the Goods rtriiairi the property of the Croxen. The other Canditinni maybe seen, and printed Catalogues may be had at the Sr(^retary's OJF'ee._        _^ - VlCTuALLlINU-Url'lCE, April li, ibuy. TFIHE Commissioners for KictudlUiiq Hi% Ma. JL je'tv's Nnvy do hereby give Notice, that on Tiif Jd.-ty, l/itSdof'Mnynext, they tcHl be ready Io receive Tender^ rii arilinjf (Sealed up) aiOl treat fUr tcliat COOPi;-lt.\G lI STOllES and Towfl-niade COOPERS TOOLS, the sendee of this IJepartmenC 7nay require for llie syace of l\celt>a Monthi from the da'es of tne Contraets; *e dtUvrrcd into /lis iliijesly's } iclunlUng Storrf at Drpuord ; and to be paid for by BitUi payable nilk Jatuest ninety days after daiti The Coiiiiitions of the ContracttJiiaif be seen at the Secretary's O/fice. A a rrgard tail be had to any Tenter in which thf- Price shall not be insertedia Kords at tengtfy, .>r IhntiknU nut bedeliucreH !o Ihr. Board before One u'clock on the .sai^t ^ji^Uir, Ihe 2d of May ^xt, nor unless the person Kho makes Ih' Tender, or some periun on his behalf, attends, to ansaer tehen cntM for.___ VlCTU.M.i.l^l- t) 1-t-1L.*., April (i, ISoy riHE CommiiiijHdrs far yidiiMin^ liis Ma. jesiv'i: Navu do hi>tb^ give A'o/ire, (A�/ rn irri-riay, the 5'Ji of May nxt, 'tl.cy vcili be ready In rectjvt 'J'lit'ers in nriLins. (sealejl v/il and treat fur S-J-^VE.."* IIUMXiKD TOiVS of l.l\E(il't)OL, or Coar^p GRiiuerf tn i;SlJ 1 RE S.-Vl/T,orSiill of equal go">dress; nr.d ftirf IV ft 'lial issaid, the ronaey will be refnmed. A samjile will be Tk 1^ "'^^'^ ^ letlcr. Rcferencf s to Gentlemen in London. Co'ft H'liic.-j, No. Si, Leieester-square, and __g^CT slinp in London can make them. ITJIHjILN.S.-An important discofcry for Far-^^."'J'^-^J- WOODS, oTOrmskirk, Lancashire, recom-"raar to their .-itfention.hfs patent jM.�chinc f.ir red cing ii ur iini,q,nn. ijistrorked by a lever, with weight "oasift, win pprform moro work with it than two-woni^n W s=�nie't'rt>c �#ilho  will be Z,'''''V cxecHled, and the Machine sent on re-eipt of r "rn respectable rrfereitfe for pavment. ilefia? a 'JUVtj    BU'fbcr now ready, arid thc'Dioney pri/ce.is P.VTF.NT RIGHT TO of tli'e-aid Derree.-Dated thi�20th April, ItSM. of the Human LJody and VIS- DEl'ORMiriKS Legs and I'eclof Children effectually Cured. M. VIS TIRIN of \o. 71, New Bond street, London, conllmics to explain lo Medic-.l men, his stlperTor m...le of irealment in cases of 4efomiitv, bv which so many hundreds have fecehtly henffilted,.ind for which hi-M..je>ty �.� plea.^cd to grant �i our oUedieiil liivirbleSfiv'ir.t, JOHN BLADEN TAVLOR, 40, Devowhire Place, April 25, IS09. , i Col. TAYLOR'S Cowmitiee will m-et everyday at the ; King's HeadTiivern, inthe P.udtry, from tw.We four , o'Cldck, where any frrendly Comtnuiiiraiioii. � ill be t.i..-ik- ; fully received.______i .        ui luiiiiv re>j-.eciaDic rnrmers, wno nave '�"ttnal, iind are t'.ioroughlv convinced uf its gceat utility, J'ftffniined to sell the right o"f inaKiug nnd vending of Ihetn 'ooae yeninn onlv, in any town iu the united Empire, and *v�'-it may be bnmght into peiR-ral u-e, he litis Bxed^he i�''ce of Jiis iice�e at the very low sura of 5 Guineas.-PuTi < iiwr. �iH have .1 compete model, w ith printed directi$li9,' ^'W immnii.itelj oiJ receipt of the money. There, are. IS JMK and up\^a  maybe agreed on; the situation is COUNTRY HOUSb-Wanted to rent, if for a term funiisbcd, or to purchase, a middle sired modern built MANSION^ with about -10 acres of Grass Land^ The counties of Norfolk, Suffulk, Bedford, Uanetor.Wilts would be preferretl. A dry situation mit distant fro'ia a good market town, and a right of spurting over .III extensive tract of eoun- i most 6ir and try well nocked tvithgjnue, are indispPBsibly requisite. Ap- ; Letten, poit ) ply ^y letter (post paid) to A-ii*. at Culbura's.Lifciarv, Con- f-S7, Maddox-l To the PROPiMEfORS/.f EAST INDIA STOCK. Ladies a.nd Ge�tle.mi:Aj return yoiJ my mo.st pratefiil lery flattering reception, with uiinh \�u jion my C.anv.-iH;.   i our Uindn<'s.s rncou-�nt exnectation "f success up-ni the day fixed for the lOlh of May. Should 1 be so forluiiatc as t'l ob'ain the object of my ambition, my best ende.-tvimrs shall bu exerted lo prove rovaelf worthy of yorircliOice. I h.tve the hrinour tcCbc, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your roiJcJi ohiiged and Vet-v obedient s. rvai I, JAMES DANXLLL. No.- 9, Billitcr sqOare, April 25. N. B. Mr. DanieH'.i t.'oinmillee will rfiret d.iily at the King's Head Tavern, piraltry, froiti ll till 4 o'clock._ MONEY.-Messrs. TODD and Co. beg I,aTc f<� inform those that may be in want, and desirous of faorroyving temporary or permanent Snms of Aloney, that they can at all times advance any Sum, from One Huhdrcd to Twenty Tlwnsand Pounds on personal or real Security, on the most fair afld honourable terms.-Personal application (or  paid, addressed) to Messrs."Todo an^ Co. No. -jitreel, Hanover-5qu-j-e, will 0iccl with e\ery stteutio-. ('oniric's 7;iu�     fe.f.n at ihr. Hecra lary't (Ill-re^ at thu O/firr, ur h.; njjpl./tnglo tlie Collector of the Sst Dntirs nl Livetpou; n;lf/.Middle �ich. iV� reg/ird ir-U b^ luiit lo -.�,/ 7e;i li in a/iicfi the price sh'ilti't !e insetted i:i a:ortls at t^.nqth, or that i hall not be dlin rd to the liomdonur before On'-. ,'Clock in tfte said In , the bill of May next, n �- unless the i'trfon vho mxl:iS the Tmder, or some Person on his bthxilf, nllendi, III iiHster.r ick^n i:alled fur 'J'IlAi�SI*ORT-OM-tCh, April 14, IS'Jit. "^WVL Commissioners for condttctmg Ui^ M  i.niitUd Seairtren^ and for the lure niid Cuilodg uf Pri.-ou- rs of ii'ar, ItMicreb; gjre nuliit, that then uitl Or. ri.ady at l/u.^ Ol/icri on 'tiiwiiiy, the \6lh .May, JH.,y, to rettiue seated Tenders, and treat Kith snrh Persons as may be iciiliTig to contraot for thrptrfii-nini'ceofcTrCiiin WOliKS pro^iuSfd tn be done at the Royal .Naval JlusjiitJ m lJe;il, iu ih.;. County of K'-nt. I lie Tenders are to specify-i time for Ihe completioti of the n'orks. No Ttitdcr Kill be fecriccd afler One o'clock on the day nf Treaty, nor any noticed ttnkf tJir. I'artui or aJi Agent fur him pci-sonallii attend. Ji cii '/'rH(/er jmisl be accompanied^y a Letter from tni respirlabtc Parsons ("gaging lo ieconis bound veith the Person Icnricrinf, in the sum of IQOOl. far tJie due performance of the Contrail. Further particaliirs niny be known, and Draisings of tki proposed yyorks s-en by applying at this OJlcc ; or to Put-"ser Dowcri, Esq- Gjyrrnur oj tlx ttayal jSaaal JJosfilfit M . JJeal.   

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