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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ?'"\nrtiilk-?trfet, Pnrk-Jani': aiirt at Mr. Win. v"l>-i.lnrf. W�rtlamM-|^-.t)-�.  , MEKTING "f the Krij-niJs of such a Ri-. 11' flo'd Kcurc 10 ih.-. Pfiiple the reality and us�s ***!�iati�ii in I'arliaiiu'iit, hefd at llii; Cmwii and Tavnn.L-'iid"".."" ai"i"lay the 1st j^NCIS BURDETT, Bart. M. P. in tbc Chair. . [7ifb"'tliegriind principlp of the Con�ti�.itioD, Utnt 11 Vefkoll |ja�ea�li;ue iu ths Uuverumeiit, by a ju.t ''"'jtiiKi'"'*'"""''""^"'-"' ,  , ... H^liinjiluriitioDof Parllamfnts gri*atlv'ai-ni- '*_jpiioiiof die Mciiiber�,and remim-s tUiit wlmji:- vLrtmi'""^�:��nduet, % freqaeiit rBcurrcnce ,ni�ior�liHrC�ni�titnent�.   ; - ,, ml iflaP"""*"''*"*     the Ji"��sc of Cnm- ileiillii'.av li93i >� wa� �lji-ivdrit l)e proved at the |5-'oi, and tliat a kripi Stite in enmity to thii CouotrV', nii^M procure .1 HrtTttactfiirji under the niask and'charactcr of Alein-fnof tirnt Hwlse." ^ ^ � Vlll.'iVl such a st:Lt(; of >Ileprc�!ntation is a natiouul TImt ill every depnrtmeat of the .Stale iiit" which in-h.i�ho'n lUaJe, scandalous corruptions and abu.-ei have dilffteil. 1 Ilflllieexchisiun of the public voice fmni .ill influence i^indlhlKalisequentcorruption of, (lierMiv  -will be dis-ipafil ; the native w^ofllie People �iil lie depressed: and the Country hmd'ifils behl defenre 3^in:-t firei^n Cor*. .'JJl.Ili�t to remedy the great and slariii.:; evils of wlitch *�f�i|^ii, it is not necciiury lo'havererourae to tlieiircti-'wl^wiUlkM. .or daiigproas expeimieiit^ in.GoViToflienl, �jMbitfstjia the prjttciiiici Baitdeil down t.-> us by tin; wis-~�BiiJ�itme of our l''or>?r,-itiiers. .VVlU.'nQt llie remedy ir IH lie f��nj, and to be found njs, Hanover->qaarp. MK. YANM'IWICZ niosf rcsjieclfully arqiiainfs the >obilily and (ientry. th.it hia ULN Ktl f CON-CEKT will take pliire at llie itliove Ili.om!>, on Tuuhsd* y,  he IBIh  e prrfnrmtd a UIIA.N U CO.N- ' ClillT,-.isii>te"d bytheoioil di>(iasuiAhrd Vorjjl ami Insirn-meiital. Perfnroicr'-. Anionc; othiT new :iiid selnt Kifces, Mr. ^Kiiieivicz is b.ipji> iii havirj it in his pnrti-ro:i this occasion ill pre.'spnt to ine l. ln^^^tilg -if Siilo�, Quar-til-, and Cbiiru-ie.s si-li'cied I'rnin ihe mi>\t ndiTiired Worh  vvilljbortlv be aivcn. Ill-, Jiiu uuoru-ie.s svii'cied Irnin ihe ini'st adinireil � "f lliat C"inpo..:er, lifjn^the first time of its pi-rforraanc London.-TicKt'- I0�. o�l. ench, to be had at Mr. \'r wici's Piano I'.jitc Rooms, 4a, l,.eicestcr-�quarr; an A  CoonT-Hocss. Kli.jlAlSB*M, 20th April. 1(5 9. T-^ numerous'of the FRKE-Afi^f-DliKS of the COUNTY of^DUBLlS. duly nwBirfidputsuance of unbtic SiU'.ce; for tii^ purpose ot �knirlsbciii)siderationlhelK�pediencyor instructing their 5�pa�taJFTrt in r.sqrs. the a�pfesentaii�ej In Parltanwni for this County, rmuesting .'MjwiUprwenttheEame, aadgivelttheir.�npport. ^Ihe Hieh Sheriff hafjog leu the Chair, aiwl tUe EarJ or aeabbrmg called thereto, .   ,. . ei. ,&nolvrt. That our manksbfc presentc.l toihc IIiRh She-""i hrkis readme*? in calling this Meeting, and bis very "nertandproper cbndneiiHthe-Chair. u,-v-a JtesoWed, rh.if Ihe fahfeninr Hesulolions be publisbed . wceintbe Frreman's Jonnail, Saunders's News Letter, auU ' "lJ�!�P'�'d�;nt, aua�Bcemt�ieCotiaiKa. . -The Pnition ttready for'signatures al fte Bar of the �vta Exchange Coftce-b��He, iimlwiH rcja.i" .h"--"-" 'J neit. >in there until hbSR-i. ASIILHV reS|iiotfully iiilorm Hie Niibilltv. n : it istiwfd forSAn'Bi>AY theaith.if Alav, at llie The.itn; unval iu the (iayinarkit. when will he performed a GItAxVn StLKCTKIN of AfL^IC, in fthicb Mailani Cat liani w Jl sins llnndl.-'K Air of " Angels ever bii^litaUd fair;"' aUd the Urawra of Sou riegiim,"'coin-piiseil liv Purtiigallo to Tiir. piiopinr.Toiisof jkast iwuia.stock. Imdius aso gb.vrLESic.>-, IT is w.iifi (Ji,s ufniosf ri-s[);cf, and the tnoit fin. (|uali(i('d assuranees nf my iletiTiiiinalion to justify the faviiuiable impression nf inv friend", by a disinteresleil niiJl attentive coiidMrt in (he hisli situation I h.ive bren'solicitiog. that I ."Shall proceed lo the ballut on Wednesday next; It i* impiiSsihle tn give any irlrfifionnl proof'of lurv.perfect indiTjendence, than'what h.is b.-rii already .submitted to the Propriitors.  Updn this principle, 1 iiave solicited vonr favour; and it is by a strict adhrreiiee al"ne to that principle,-and tbe-strongest engagement of alterding to the intere>t'i of the Cofnp.iny in every iiKtanre, that I ain hope either f>T your support now, or'fui^ureiipproli.tiion. If 1 have omitted i paying my per-onal res|nTi5 hi anv IndiriduaU' trust it u'ill be atlribiitcil to the inaciuracy of the List o(^ Pr^iprielur*, and not to any want of attention or respect on the part of Ladies and Geritlrinen, London Assur.ince,         Vourmi>�t ubi�dipnts."rvant, M.iy4, 1SU9._WILLIAM WintlAM. To the PltOPRirTORSnf liAST india STOCK, L.^DiRs and Gk\ti.i-;mi:\, HAVING already tlecl.-ii^il my posidvc dcler-minatinn to go to the Knllired object. Any dboalion, bpwcver small, will be at knowleged in the fullest expression of gratitude, aiidreceived.it the follow i;�g lJ:in-keis, Alessn. ivlarsh, bittbijlil, and Co. 6, iJemers-slreet; Fuller hnd Co. Cornhill,- Devajnes Dawes, and Co. ;>9, Pall.Mall, and by the young Ijidy herself, >'o. SO, �Paddihg-ton-slreet, Manchester-square, who will beh.ippyto give a list of those illustrious rersoni who have honoured bera e tne Number of bis Scbolars. The Adverliser has been duriiigm;iny yean .iccustoincd lo Tuition, and being Bio�t ihoroiight> convers,int :n the Gram-. tnar of that Language (hiiving early in Life made it his prin-. cipal study), hepo.,ses-es the capability of communicating it; as-alio Ihe power of coRversing in ticrman to others in the'moiit mperior hs well ^s to tbe qi>irki-�t:ind clearest manner, tor whieb, ii� likewise for his nNpectab;ritv of character, reference can be given to his present Pupil*. The Ad-veitiscr w�iild be very bappv to attend at an .Academy .is -tiKH-MA.N MASTER; be also pos-estes n perfect knaw-ledgc of the French Lang\i;�ge, lue .Vlutheniatico and the Classics. Leitervaddreweil (post paid;, to Uulau's-1-rench Library, v(iU be inioiedtately attccded to. Mr. Uidaiibf^iDg acquainted �iib tbc Adrenrser vriU answer a>iy egitui'iex. I'1XNE\N SOCUCTV _ fhe AN'NT Vl^R^A- From the LOmO^ fAZETTEi, JJfcy .<5. J J RY MKKTING �f �.e MN-NKA.N SOCll.TV of.      . _      ^aehS^Icyi Th" K ia.^ Jm4 bceii vl�;Bie�lto irai^.t lb* (ffgi^itv nf a Bir/r-mt o fHigK 'Moniittj iiube Owntv of Cork, ant "f Friery Park. M BieCwjWv of DSvtft;, \m\. Cnptaiti M. Ihe Ko>ar;<^vy, iuid the Heirs Mule of bis Body law fully H).VD,0.'�, Will he held at tiie s.icie.'y's lloujc in Ge.r.-inl-stre-t, ."^oho, oi! Viedii'Mlay.llie '.'itti I'lf this Vonili, al.Oiie o'clock preri.-cly, f.ir ilie I.I- ciimi-nf .-i Council am) Ol'^cers for the enfliiiit; year ; ami the Member- of the Sncii'tv v-ill afterward'. Dine together al the FreeniaTOti's Tavern in Gro.-it Qiieen-sticrt. Lincoln's-Iiiii Fitlds. Omner to be on lUe Table at Five o'clock prrci-elv. �T-iekels forihe l)ii;"n-r at 15s. each, may be had nf-Mr. Brown,at llie House i.f the Hnciety, atrJ at the Bar of ilte Taverrt":-\Ia\ (i, IS. 9.    .     .      '   .     . - IV Mr-i. KLiZABKlli.TJJO.VIAS, who lc�hor retreat in. tbe Korih of l-ln^'and, in November last,-w ill apply directly, bvleiter or otheriyisis (o her friend H. If. she .will -heap affairs creny Copy of a lett tf)l!ri��wnoil-, r.nd Vessel dnied "o Mikirnlfj;.OJfieei May       :ter from' \ icf"-.admiral the Ktghtpon. Lor* nod, (.onimaiider!�� Chief nf Ms Majcs^s �hina �Is in tlM-Meiliierranfcm, to the'Hdn. W, yf. pof^. board the"(Jce.tn, the latb March 180�. ' inan-square.-Irflieriiiildresse'd (p'o-t paid) to A. U. Bomb's Circulating Library," IJtike-sir'eet, Purllaud-place, will meet due Bttrmtmi. _, - -------- . TiJi'Mlev. tlolterl Uarlboluinev*, Master of tlie Free Gf.inmar SchUtil, .it Kseter, iolends to retifo from the carenf it .it ilidsUmmer nest, and to receive- into bislMiHc, FOOR PUPILS, �hom l^e will prepare, by in-ytrucJion sultet] to tbeii;respectiveagi-a, either fur the great schools, nrfor the univebiltes. -  Should any references be required^ Ihcj ni.iy be made to the Rev. Dr. Pearce, Dean of Kly, M.ister of Jrsns College, C.imbridi^e: or to the Rev. Dr. Cole, Rector of Exeter College, Ojfird. His plan uf education, &c. nl.'iy be known on application lo him.      _^____ ANCIE.NT GLA.SS. �m/f R. CHRISriE, on the IRih :ind 13th of this ItJ. i,..tanf .May, will SELL by Al CTION, at hi.s Long Room, i' PaU-.Ma'.l. Londnii, d ninsc vatuahle and exien-ivc CA HIN 1-;T of STAI.N ED GLAS.S.-H-sides various grand subjects which compose this C'lillrctron, i* a magnificent Window, sevent. en feet high, rcpreseuling Ihe L.-e^ Jii erli-er pl'dge. r e!e�nnce, durability, and di;p:it'.-h, equal my thing done by any per-un ai ilie full Price.-ficfe-rences to ^\lrveylll�^ of Eininenre will be qiren.- \^ntfr C!o3cts and Engine Pumps, ice. uii tL-rras ^orlhv the no.ice DfBui!der^ &c. "^ASHIONABJ.l']  DRKS.S.-ARCIlKiLS and . IIOUGHTON'S. Maiiufactnrers aii , -f^vi.sio:'k.srri'et, CoventfJarden; begs to i'.fnrm the .Vohility and Public in general, that �he now has on sale a fasliiunable assnriinent of CHILD-BED and re.idy miLle LINK.N, of the hr-t inn-teriaU, oil tbe very Imve-t term-; Geiulemens Calliro Sliiris, from to 1'2'.; Irish do. frxni to 1K<.: Neckcloths from l.�. (id. I.J Is. b'd.; ure.s-iiig Gowns, from -ils. to UO.s. ; Ladies Morning Dresses, from Ms. to ^{y.; Childrens Fmrk and Trowsers, from 10*. (id. to 13s., and every other article pro-piirtionably cheap. New and itnpr�ycd Mode of CONSTKUCl'-l.\G BUILDINGS, invented by an Architect of emi-nenc", for which lii.i Majesty's Letter, Patent hilve been obtnincdvis submitted to the Public. It combines a very considenible siivieg in labour and maierials, with oxpedilion in finishing; is preventive of the dry rnt .ind a great seai-rity against fire. Particulars may bi-| kuown by applicaiinn lo iVlr.'Toibl, Builder, iMo. 17, David-street, Marjlebane; or to Mr. Stately, juo. Builder, So.t'i, Northumberland-street, Charine-cro.S. _ S~DPK1{10R PKRUQUliS, 123, New Bond. - street.-HUGHS offers to the Nobility and Gentry a fashionable Assortment of Pi-.RL'QUES, inauufactared oa such a principle, as not to obstruct perspiration, yet sulfl-rieotlv C'lvercd with Hair, thal'thcy may be combed in any din-clion, withont the liabilit.r of their'bcing disrix-vercd from.i onturarHead of Hair, dressed in the drsi style, and with the further advant.ige of never shrinkiiJ(;.j a fault all , iiideprBdeniof this, a very c n�iderable Share of Job Print-inx, tke Pro*itj.of which will be Mhully given up. [j'ul'hrsUttsifievniaoneXedthc Bookselling niio Stationary, .asalsofome btber peculiar Advantages �hich will h.; here-nfier ��plained, lo;.eiher with every paiticular, by arpWing to M. 8i>��:niun, at the iltwi.'* OAwr. IS, Linodn > >gn. Krig, lu'uuiitiiig-sri goB�", and a trAbaeciilA, whiib'^c'ri en p|i>yed Irt truibportiiig troops/r.anj lata,ft-the ?6fist*�f ft ' �rheUnreTiiitnnjjvlgilance'Of those oBideri.dlid'of all wiro are employ id in nie Adriaiicvtnd diSC.orfu, is deserving of the highest commendafion. Tlieif strict ivatcfi oa tbc eiiemy's pn-sessioira has re ter''cepted by them; nnrt thefristate captured by Ihe Belie roule, 1 understand, was on lier w.tj to some port iu Ilaly for a carpo of com; "I have Ihe honour 10 be, &c. (Signetl)    ' COLLlN'GWOOb. � His M.TJe3ty'5 ship BeJIi^ Ponle, off Corfu, Feb. Ifi; My LcBB.- I have the honour to leporl t^i yo.r LiirdvRip, that his Maie>ty's*hip-under my command being driven l^y a hard souttierlv gale aoiuit twelve leagues to the northward.of Corfu, a sn-piciousshrp w�s discovered uii tbe morning of the 1-lth fUsLint. fardisi.ini on the lee how. All sail wasiostant-Iv made in pursuit nfher, but light and p.-trtif her nflicers and ship's rnii'p.iny tiHjk tbi� . i>|ij)iirluiiilv '>f grtiiyg iin ^iiore ilie m-'inem iiie .-hip >tn>ck. ' 1.- V.ir is but ino years olf the slocks, eii|.perej, and Cop� pcr-faStcneJ, and eight Uondred tuns hurllteu. 1 have trie honour to be, .tr. ( i>(l. J off Diepp;', after a cliace nf twii hours. Kear-Adiniml Sir Richard .strachan has traniijg Regiments of Loral -Militiai signed by his Maj.-fty. Josiah Hobbs, Gent, to he Adjutani to" the Torridg* Regiment in the C'Minty of Devon. EdwanI Noble Bell,' Gent, tn be ditto tn the .Melton Mow-bra v Reginieiii in the County of Leicester. Willi.im riiatrhcr. (;rnt. to be ditto lo lb.- Slraffnrtb and Tickhill Regiment in the West Riding 01 the County of York. Jeremiah 'l.irtin, Gent, to be ditto to the 2d Flintshire Regiment. - Wright, Gent, to be ditto to the Radnorshire {Regiment. County of Aberdeen, Andrew Afilerk? Gent, to be Adjutant to the l--t Regiment; David Campbell, Lenl, to be ditto to the 'id dilKi; Rol>ert Sloir, (Jent. to be ditto to tke 3d ditto ; J.iuies Ooiuild, Gent, to lie ditto to the -Ith ditto;' Hrct�r M'l.ean, Gent, to be ditto to the iith liilto. Coiiniy of .-Vr^y 11, Donald Lainjil)cll,-{ieiit, in ue Adjutant Id tlie 1st Regiment ; Francis M'Canhen, (ieiit. to be-diltA to the id dlllo ; Dug.ild Jlilsnp, Gent, tu he ditlojo the 3.1 ditto. .     ' Cii^i) ly of .-Vyr, John .SliTiw, Gent, to be Adjutant to the t^oulbern Regunenl ; S\ 01. (iairdjier, (jeni. in be ditto in-' the .Middle Reginunt ; JohnDunlop, Gent, to he Super-nmiiernry ditto to ditto : Binnin� Hell, Giait. to be .-Vdjo-'' tant to the .\iirib llegimenl ; Cb;is. Dalryiuple, Gent^-to be (iitiii lo Ilie Rifle liecriment. C'aiiity of Uaiitr, .lames Reid, Geot. to be .^djllt:lnt to th�' Bniill'bliire Regiment ; Ruhert Falder, Gecl- to be Super-uiinicrary diiio mdilio. Cuuiity of Ilerwii k. Thus. M.irt.-i:n, Sent, to be .Adjutant lo the Berwici>s)iire Rei;iinint. C'-niitv of Bote, ..'>hn M-Gregor, Gent, to he Adjujant to the Bute-hire R-giinrnt. C01U1I5 of Caithness, John Hcnder.�0D, Gent, {a be Adjotiut ti I'iie C:aithiieTS Regiiutiit. County of Clackmannan, Alcr-indcr Temple, Gent, to be .�x'dliilaiit lo tne (.Iacknntnnai;>hire Regiment. County of Dunibanon, RoIh ri Robl^rl^ull, Geo*, lo be AdJ jiiJaiit to the Uniiiburlonshire Keiiimeul. Cuuiity of llumfries, Samuel Clarke, Gent, -to^he .VljcMn* 111 the 1st Regiinenf; t:har. Charteri^'. Gem. to-t^e diHo to the Niili'=dale Regimem; - John-ionr,Geqt. tobeuilto tn'the ."Vniiand.ile and hJrkiiili; B.ittilion. County of Elgin, (George Kay, Genf. to be .\d]utsvcA to tiie i.lgiisshire Kegiinem. Cci'iiify of Fife, Alexander Arder-ion, Gent, fobe .AdjutaaC to iiie l-f Recinii ni; i\. B. Vifant.'Gent. to bedit^o to the St. Andreyy's ori:d.l{egii;iet;t; James Firday, GenMo be Supennimerarv diliu to dittn. County of Forfar, W m. Small, Gent; to be Adjntant 11 the Western Regiment; Tlios. Collier, Gew. to oe bi.p !,pi�. � ir,frarv ditto 10 ditli'; *Jewart t^lack, Gent.lo be v�,i -toiii to the Centre /{ejilnteri; Pa�id Blair, Gent. Jo Xe Skp^rriumerarv nitfo i iiiiii
                            

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