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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 9, 1809, London, Middlesex                                it Mf%m>'T �JVESDJY.. M.4Y 9, iSCit. Pvkt St. Uli Stxorid l';XUflilTION' >' t[iejui:iiiri:itrrt Arliris in \'i'."iJ. .-^n I.Nf l.li I.UOi; d �cvs l'� Iw >>.ii} r>r JHs.i, 0,,ir.i;i, Xo. 7i, Chnrlulte slrwl, l-'ir�r�iy-�q:i;irc ; imil uf .Mr. Sutiiig, ;i( tlio R.H Oltirc. ip l-it'le KiisLrll-suael. '   . L.ibiKsoiid Gka'tlkmun, �TTaVINU alri-adj' JfclariM] my posi'ive ile�fr_ XI minatiiin to.goto.ilie Kallot, { liiivc tbe pie.isure to 5^.nrtf you, rJnil ibe-fuouhigemrnt I have recfivt-d siiiie I .lartltilUlfieh'Mioor nf.ldilrewiiijcy-.u fully jusiifi.'j Uifit de- iermi�alii>i>. Unconnfcted Willi any (>:�rtv, ami oncrfa^'mv-^Ifioyiiftojion tbe grmilWs of puMic seAviccs o:i rtivrd.'l .shall, "ill" oniiifleiici;. a�v|Ul llle r.-Mi|i of iiie UalJ.if, ou the ,J((t!i instant, trii.thi^, Ibaf oh Hie tl.ty v a (.'isinleitaJeil aiut Propriflors. _   . . , �tour; aiKl it is ty ii strict ailltfi-rnri- al.iu- to lUal iin( ctplr. �,a:iii th>; siroi:;i'|)'_" eidier fur jourtavjjurt li>nr, ar.'uiiire :ij>iiri;ti:iti'i:;. If ( li;no omitted � ';i;iyiH�ii);� }itTro:Mil rt-yjirCts �i> aiiv 1: dijidu.il. 1 liiisl it �\ili i)tf ntiributed to Hie inat-riii.ivy uf the l.isi uf -"iDpritloi.-, anil dit toatiy naul of uitiTiliciii iir rc^in-ct uu tlie jr.irt of l.aiiiesaiiil U/f;ii<.ni'"ii, London .As-,iiraiic�, yourniiKl  ccn several ymrs I'-iaiii'.rilx'il in a Bu'iniv!;, uliicli ; '^ruducrsao ii;cniiio su.'SeicVi fcrJiil l!ie touifoil.s   ai'e not diias'reeablc. .wishtiitu iix-ft with a l-.Af)Y of virtue and j;"ndse/i!-r, ulio \ Jiussefcrs 'i or.'lUiX)'. � Aity Uidv ili*sir>'as ot'i-i leriiii; ('" iv.tir-riaje5l�ie, w/lUliid tIie:Adv  fe-  riooJ, fie IrmtMio p�-rscm will Iroul/lc iIkiuvI.c^ lo mirwer this wliH are not eq^nally si>; tlie mutt ioviolalili- MTri'cy and .^rfioAcy may he'6i>p'e�rtcii up;�rt, and the rovilmi in every nsjtfct such as becomes n niaii of jiononr.- l.i-iif is, addnv.-^  (d (pu^t paid) to X� l'^ecie,V^Jll"Ue� Uimsc, i-"leel-i.treet, ,.,>rill incvtfvcrv :iiiculiun,'atj(l ;jnsKej-s rc'iirortl, ifapprunvi of. "       '  . / >iJ;W MUSIC-flAVDK.&c-Sp> . WHitfer, Mw. 5^"'''* '-^ SiiovN-l,- iffliil other distingiiiihed TiK't.''. And S.Miiphonies and ' AttSqisnimenls to each AiF, cmiposid cliienv by ll.udn, ^ftbfeiso selmatiy of the AVi> f'"" T"o V'oicej.-Fiie JTHiSAiritliiiS unitt-'id with in( vGeorgend T. ri.st"R, iii fourTmoh? VtluiriVi, to lie 1:ad either tn v?ioiik-s VflJlJ Atfoinji.Uiimeiils t�c�f J) S-iti;;, for 'hs Piano I'ort."', if.'rhicBy by liie .saiiit; ii!ilnilal)le Conipo-er, � ho writ's ,lliasfnniii'ii * I Uwi^t of       U'.iik, " aii4by ji I aatioVuiVSslf inyiiiiine �ill live iuSc-iIIaaJ many , jMi^afirr inj deal!?.'"-L'.i vwx. This Work is s-.'.sadi.Miiigiiisht'U from every ntlifr by t!ic Pflrtry, wjiit li ciiuipris^;!. not "idv ail the aijniired old Nona;?, iulJictuostcoirei'tand autheiilic funii, bn 'all the d.-lfj;';(ful _ SoBgjKi" Ruiiio, above oui' bundit'd in miiib'-r; as to which 31. ffibalbsn possesses the folii'itt-iiig dcLUi^u-nt -" 1 do hereby certify, that all the Soi-p of my wwlinp,  ^ubli.'hed, aiid to be puliliihed. b'v Mr. (ieorue Thomson of liiliiiliur^ are s.� publiriiedby my nutiionty.   And ranre-�"r, tlial Ii:evcrempowered a'nv oiiier peison.to pulili^li ^joftlje SuiiK written by nie for (lia wurk," &c.-UoBUur .Brass. '.  ^'E^V MUSIC, publish.d by i'ret.M!, iV,, .Stmiid. irOELFL'-s i'ltm- Now SONATAS, witb Mrish Airs, for the I'iaiio I orle, with an :d libitum ^tf.lC'paiiiment for a Flute iiiiil Viuli'iic'.'llo, cninposi'd in a Wffi'-iar style fur the use of Performer-ijn. ^ei�ical S?-l of Sacred Music, trftni the gre.-it Ifaliauaad Knsli'h f.y^?�?'j� for the Vnire> J'iauo-fwtf, &c. in three vo\do)�-s, yf�*;Mch, or Tw9 Guineas complete, dedicated to ihc � grgbubop of Canterbury.  .^^pukUsbed, by Preston, at bis \\U>.'lejiSe WarclimisS.'. ORFE'S UFAUTll� of rUIlCKI., Vt>l- I. coMlsiing of the ni-isC favourite tionp, Dm t?. Trios, ^Wtnispwit MaMer, sung hv Mr- Braham. Mr. Harilc-r?>*J'at the Concerts and,C)ratorios,-!-elec�eri, revised, STf*5?r the Piano Forte aud Volie. wiiU a ihorougU t,T?v""t5'�hDleAyJo8. Corfe, Gentleman, of his fllaji-s-vPf^' Rojal, Sc.-Price to Subscribers, If. Is.'; to taift'i^"^""'is engraved and printed in the same ele-VWBmnntras the Beauties of Wamiel, dedicit^il to hi> Ma-. Uc ^""^f*' vrhicb three v�>\wm-.-> are pnl.lisljcd, I'tSs. each-The Avhuletnay bc+iad of Mr. torfe, at ^and the publi?hep, Preston, 97. Strand._ MM..^Ul^SiTJh.WOatm- The greatest bhin-2?-**�^*"�'^ ����pcrniioKS Ijatrson lUc Face. Neck, g^ama, HUHBRTs JtOSUATl': *'OWL>J-.K itnmc-. gM�J removes thetn.is.an'iileRant artirte, v'Tfr'^U-'tiv-^tH.^B , 5 T two in one par- S^the Proprie(oF,-No. 23, Kussril stret; Covent-BooH-slreel i IJonnelt. a; (heajj.tide; P*'i�Si. 1 "??^*'''�**^^�5ow;SpnsbAir>. DuhXm; I'ro*-Ti^*l�� c flr'*�*'^^wrp<�"l 5 Umc:if*r, Portsmouth j ST. AiJJ\N'.S TAVDHN", gih Mav; IHiW. rjpin: AX.Vi[vM-,ilSAKV of Sill THOMAS -fi.  AlOSTY.NS JIL'.N r. Hill b:- h i'|l.,,.c on SafarJay the ii.th i:.la,;!. -Dimrr  .ii-,tstitsimgb, r.�q. ANTS a PLACE, arnUPLKU, or 1\\tF. lA'M and VALI'. T. n youiy: man. .Ti V'-n's of ai:e, nho pfifeclly un:'er.tt.iri.fj hi-; 11 �s,(ii�-s-i in the ab.ivc cupari-ties, aii-.l the maniis lijjiit of ISrewiiifj. if required; no objection to the Coiiiiui.- Lett.-rs add-r et imiuediate utteuiioii and inviolable secrecy. fAninosAiu.L t)AScTSTir-^'itIVATii rui Mil. J. O. hOPKlNS t)i-i;s leave ttj reh.r.i bis most grat. fulthants hi his Frien�li!iml the Pubiii^ iu general, for tite vary distinguished iiatroiuiKe be has prrii'nci'd since (he di-cease of his Father. :ui(l resprctfiilly suJidls a conlinti.ince of their favours. Ladies and Genlleiinn who have never acquired this ai-rtit:ii>li'  in-tr�fto(l int!ieni,-l privati-m;niner, i'> tiHaIif5' Uiem fur the tirit assemblies, mi appVication at lli^ vesi.lrno". Co.tchinakcrs' Hall, Foater-lane, tbenpside__'the Room* mav be  'g>; has been iiu-iti'd liiis si-:!.s,,'n in llampsli-rc, is .-in eAielJei)/ iciper, and . qual t,i rairy l;i sjmie, np lo any ii-umds In hnp and.-To be s.-en at riiiniia^'s l.i'ory, stables, .Sorlh-rnvv, I'ark street, {tr"sveuor-sijiiaie. Price lijguine.is. C"^/\uiuT(iKs to ijf ioiA) i.r U'^Z^nuii^, J -Seveial new ni--riern Landau^ l.a'.ula.ulvts, U-Aroucl\e-l.atulans. r.nd Chariuls. Likewise .seconrt bmid i/jnitriii*, Jlaronehe-l.anriaiis. and Landuiilvis, little isferior to nevv. Al.so i;�acln'f and fliarioi?. some of Hhieli have not bi-en used (hrre nir>iillir.-.\. (i. Tin- above Carrijijf-t: are all Mar-ranlt'd, and will be di-po>cd of on reasonable (enns. To be seen at Clark's Mamihiclot-y, j\o.\Vigin.>re-sireel, Ca-vemiisb-s;pi.ire. ."il^L'AX T I- a Octro.-   btfnri- Samuel Cmnpton Cox, /.SfJ. one of rlic Maslcni of tho. :iid O-cree. �      (.. and r. \S. CLAUKSO.V, Ks-rx-sfeef, Mav i'. IS i.l. iiW:iiiiii(l"s .SuIiriioK:. 0\|'>V.--'i'\vi;.\-j V   I'ltoutiAXH  I'ousiis.- Me.srs. Sil i;ilM,V find Co. beg le:ive to iiifsirm the Jvubililv, (ii-Miry. ."ii.d ( leigv, lli.il tliey can at all limes |)ra. cure fr-.iui i.-niJ. l��'iiJ.i'p.* 1. onl'Ae �-c�iTily of Freehidd, l.e.ise-il'i.'d, or Coinliold 1 ~|;i(e.=. iMonc* in Hie Funds, Cleivynien's fjiviofis, \!ari:as;e Settlements, \ViJo\\�' .loiaiures. "(iranls frijiu t'lie Crown,'S:r. iNidilemeii and (icnllenieii accommo-d.ited.on tlu-ir y^'rs'mal securiti,, by si.i^-,)l\ iiv; jvvsmv.iUy from eleven o'clock lo three on Mes-r-. .h rev ami Co. .No. 37, tTip.-ti-.ie-s|reel, Ponlaml-Place ; or b-tlers tposl-iaid) :uis�eied b> retnin of pi,t in Iovmi �i mmnry. & NNUlJ'iliS.- i'cn Years i'unihasu will fie �i'VL. ime.K'diatelv s'^ 'or Amni'iicssecured vi^nn F'*Tho'd, CopVhu d, or Ions Leasehuld Ksla'fS, where the pa-lies have an e.h=ol Of interest, and on tthicli (by re.n-n .if l!ie pre.<-su'e of �lic times) ni��<-y i-ninin) b   :e ; mid etalit years purcha-e l;b>-wi-.e'be given fo<- .Anmi'lies on ^�mris Livrs si'c�red o. JS, NurllmmlicrlniU-street, Sfuu'l. TO BUII,!>KRS; ' ILTS.-iiousi': OF conuRcno.v.- The .Tuslices of the Pt-nre, at th-eem-rai Q'l.iHir ScsMons held at iNeiy Sarnm, in .iinl fiir ll-e ('iMmt> of Wilts, Wl Tuesday, the lUh d;iy nf Ih � in-tant Apiil, li:iviii^ a|i-provrd of �� plan f'-r builJiiisa new ili/use of Correxii.m at Devizes, in the said Connlv, .Notice is hen by c'lvcn. That the sni.l pl.in, an 1 (hp et"vi-tious, sJrtiou�>aiul specilleaiioo* thereof, ate feil at Vbe otSee of (he Clerk of ihe-IV.ic*-. at Willim, nenr Salisloir. ,^ Wilis. toT the inspection of any person or persons incbned to uiulcr-t.ike the work. '   " PersoiH inclined to conlrirl for the hnildln? and carrv'ns; , the pinu into exerulJon (except u hat relates lo liif ( arpi-n- ; ters" and Joiners' work*), are desiied to send in Ih.-ir Prl.:il,�S nf n,e t iiiiitv ..I NORFOLK , .. firlil at llie ShirehO'.s^, on 'j'lie-iNn . tii- -Jd "f .M:is , IS'JS, the fwilbuviiig Re-i'liiiioiis vfcre mu\eil hv tin- rioii. (�irnr;;e lli-r-beit J" ho \s\v- ^ lUed lo tlu-CTijir in'llie ab-eiice cif (lie (li>;h Sherirt),feron(li-d bv I'lio n;is Uccvor, Lmj.and adopted wiln-nul q f.ir ('le iiidefaiipilde.zeal an ! ili^iiiltie-ted patriotism he has evinrri! in d;,'leelini :nvl l)i;i;,;i to lieht the gross .-Hid ui')laia!le1ed t;orr'.i|Mion � (:Jeh na-exi-ted in ihr ollicp of tbe Comni:inili-r in Chief; and f-r tnc firm and tempera(c perseveni'M-e ivitli nliicli (in deliarce of (breals nndditlicutties) he carried on Ihe late In-.c-tisalidn in P.trtia-nicnt, lit' his own himoiir, and the :uU:int ige of hi? Con :try'. I. Tb.^t t'ie Thanks of tUi= M.-ptiii;; he Rivrn In all iho e who roriiially as.!!i�led Mr. \V ardle in I he a-'biiiiis v.-isk he had uiiderbikeii,>liewiiii; themselves ;ii o,ice tbe Krirnls of the I'tople, and the ICnemies of i .innplion-.siieci.-illv (n .sir .F. iinrdtflt. Lord I'cilUslnne. .'..him,el W liiiliread, Ksq. Sir S.tmnel Romillv, ."Sir Thomas Tuvl.ni, .1. t;. ("wrweii, I'.sq. G. W, Wynne, Ksq. .Major-C'eneral Fei;;ii-mi, and Admiral i^l.-trkham. J. Tliat the Thanks of ihisMeelincare in .nn e'sprcinl manner due lo our worthy KepriS nialive. 1". W. ColvP, fcsq. who dividfd with the j�ilriotip,JS*/jl�rftv df 1�9, in frivtior of Mr. WariUcV Motion; And for the f..-na!�l ni.iidv in.innerin wbtrp \xt deliveri'd iiii! oivn Sentiiueiit-, and those of the I'enple in geio-nil; thereby proving him-.lf WDrtliv of {he eoididence lliai iia- bei-ri-ii long rejioseil m hitu by (he J'rec-boldeiIe. 7. 'I'hat it tlieritcidi'd opi'iipn of Inis 'it'-ciinfr, thn.! no SUli?l;intial ai:d pennan.-i.l 1:00.1 c m '.v.: (iiT;vcd liy Hi;? ( oun-Iry from any c'lan^i* of .M'ni-ic; �, \i;:!c~. . c. iK;i;-.ru;u-i by ,111 entire chaii;v* of s\stei|.; ;Mid ^lal lii- ir.i:-; i.':lai:i !ii. iliO'J of rendering i'.irli.-ini'niirt Hc'i'ri:i eif r'aM i', -oli'iiv th-laiidabb: ev.iinjilc of Weslmiii-l r. Ii. .-e iisin.'. Ir.-c of ev-penee,v.icb Hepresiiiialivt-s a.-.in- .imiiiv .n rm Dr'.cer.-: aM>l by shorieiiii;,';; (he diiiatio.-i of i-.irlimu' ,1-, in nr;i't ' ; m a freqariit app'-al to sirs'' "f llio i';'.:;)'.. i;- ly .r i ! � Ihu-CondacI of our Keprcscnl::( -, \vi;.:i-,.i h irr,.-: l' tiiiir cx peaces. a. 'I'hat Ihe Thank-; of ll.i.- M.c!in^ I.e :?iven to ihe Hei-.t'.c-inen who signed tbe )!i-q"isi'i.'u. 9. Tliat these Kr.solntinn- !;. ii.'Tfi-fl !� ttn- \-irivirh I'.n-per.-, the Ipswicli .-uid /'.my .'',H'.-r^, ;ind 11 � I oatlim Papers. The foliowin;/{csoIntM'ij- Ai-i.-al.i> irm^-il In .I'n'jn Ker-r:rh, Ksq.seconded by tlie i ; '.iw^e f!( rii:'i l,and adopted wiih equal nnaniinitv : 10. That a Hnb.-f ript: r'be �i-.l rid ii.l.t Il^ the rrrehoiders of the (.V>H'itv of .Norf-.lk. t.i p<.rc!.. < .1 !'i 1 � .if j'i.iii-, yyhich shyl he prrver.i'.'cl t'l Mi. \V;uiU.~ iu tlu-ir \';irr--. II. rU:it tlie (ientlem.r.t  ':..f .i-.-i (01';-mutee for the ��\.',>.pl'.ravio.i \il ihe Funds an-jinvr irivn liie Sob-."criptionr, ani thai Ihcy be .-in'!,'.r-.-.i i.> prr'j-nt ihe Platejto i\lr. WardI;-, in any ^ay,and wiih -inv iK-eii|itiim (hey may rie.vii ixpl.-inalo.'-" of in,- iofcntitin of (."ic d-.-Trrs. VI. 'J'bat the .'^ilis^ri'^niioi Ho ('uiUv c'."--" in the C3'."i'.n2 Snnnner .-V'si/f Vre-.-t,'. and ihe pin;)..-ps fur whic'i it ^vrn entered into be iiicn pcKeecited upon by the Commillee with all ronvenieiit dispatch VS. Tii.-it the l!a:il;?r.� in .Ynr.'',dk and ."^lifFol!.-, nrA Mes.r=. ftarclayp, Tritloii and IJpvan, Loinlmrri-slrect, Lo:idon. he rcipicsted to receive any Subscription, nut cxceclii 5 Too (ininens. fiFOflGF IH;m5F,RT. Chairman. U. Tbat the Tbniksof inis Mi-iMinj hi- S'vi n lo I'.ie Ch.tir-maii. for his able, spirited, and impirual Conduct in tne Chair.__ T a "JuT-rfiiii,' i.f ibe \S\\\Brlv\7.'7>^~of GUILUFOKO, heU iu (he Town-hall, the '.'jth nf April, 1809. The Mayor stated, he had convened th" MePtir!� in ro'n-pliancc of .-i requisition from six re.-pitlable perMiirs, (o (.ike ti'llo consideration the propriety of rrlnrninc J'/ianks I06. L. Wa^'dlc. Fisq. for hisl.;te conduct in rarl'ament. .Mr. Alderman l^ii-scll. in a conci-c speich, proposed the following I{e:iolnt'o:.'S and .Address. whuMi, hem;; seconded by Ml. Clivrksnn. wove nnnniraoiisly a^n-rd to -.- /{es'dvcd. That the Thanks     tlijs Jli-elin;; he qiven lo fi. L. Waidle, F.(is. M. P. lor iusiilnliip.; on l:;  (,'o)U'naniler in Chief, wliieii h.is le.) to ihe di-i uvery  irv;ce. Ilesolvpil, Tii.it tln;_ llisolnlioii- and \il Ir-s. .--j^ned by the Ma\or,a'.ul pn-Svnted Uv riimii>(;. 1,. Wavdf-. l.s:|. M.P. and that the s.inie b  insert.-d in iht- (111:1 ir:a ami ('oi,'\ rv Ilea ti 1!. Rf-solved. Th't the Tin"):-' of!!i:s M-Miiii:.'br ^'iv.-i: to J. Martyr, i-^q. Mavor, for ( - iinii-irii. 1 oniUiri in the Chair.  � AH.'liDD.'?lCS-''ri':i- In'm'ii! ini^ of ('!- low;,, s-r-rmblcd m tbf diiv TT.'l -. T,! ( .. �'\ .\;;);l.i , K-i;. ^'.!' .Sia.- '-Vi- i-.-!'.--.ii-i til it r.o fiifi :u')      'jii'-.-'l orrlT.irl- of ernius so e-�.-111'.!'- t.-> :i.' i on-1, y a- iji- lin:r'--i evr-rtii.is ..t" Itid^'p-'lident .M'-ni'i. i-Mt i*aii'a nent. io e\po^e. a...S n.ii.-;.-vnur 10 oxli'r.nin;i.;i i-.i.rupl piiii-l^i-i-. �s \Vc reiiT- >---r ii!;: .-in.i tii:;-|-l:iiin-:, .t-' r-i"';ii.t-ip of no saeriliei'': iriit w-r; .�u.- c.iU�d epun t'.n '.-.-.etr �i-i-\ir-iy ��wS Sllpp'.Ct: hnl M rliT!-if -ed .-ire >ni�'^''''.l loevisl w-'Ilt'�:i! n.-iticf, nmv Ir-iN- Ct;',: kfal iiinst evi-ry : u � ml Ins-.ii f.riinn ^\^ ihii Mif !� ri'! '.la it iMe':d>i-r i:-�.nii?.-irs|!nid' forv.ur-l a- Laanipinn m l.i-: c iii-e of fmlb. . We !i!i-'l i'--''.-';- .f-dlv ^'ive \ nu onr ror.'.-.i i - ! f: i' n nf bein^ i"-i;'.iiw>iil o l" tlie bai)piii-..-=s 01' y i.,11 i>-.\ 0 C'vn or-, "ii-n. .1. MAIii""i V\. ^�.lvr.v. COT'.NTV OF iiC.VTFVGDO.V. T a >k-eiinc vf (h-r FRr.i:HOLDHil?J of the said Cnuhtv, hel.-l at the Shire Uall, in Huntingdon, in th-.-said County, on Friditv tjiojth dav of May, J8 trueiive eifecis of corruption iu every dc-parinieniiif the Slaie. /iesolvcd i:nani:ii(iu-lv, T.'..".t the Tlianksof this Mi-etin; iTe Riven (oGU VLLI M LI.OVI) WAI'.OLh:, Fsr. for hia cmirnse, candour, and perseverance in conducting ihe suitd Invrsti^.tinn. Kesolved nnnnimnaily. That (his .M''Plins have seen wifh nMich t-ati?facU'>n the step> i.ilien bv the ni-dur, on WeJliesJ/iy, the Ud day of .M.iy, Is.h, ; leOHi.Kl' IMill.l.IPS, Es'.;. in (he Chair, Tiie f.i!lni\i:;s lies.'I..lion, wen'pis-icd :- Uesolvi 1! iii.ii;in!i>.-.-i\, I Villi Iti.- tro-s and corrupt pnf-ticits which have l)ee-.i p-oved 1" i-yl^i in various dep:irtinents 4.f the Slale have i-xcii.d in ns ifie de^-pest reKrit,:uid we f'll lliiit (i. L. \  liis ^'.�\>n^Ty^ and diii's in a h't;h dejrrce merit Ihe Tliailis nf iliis .Meeting. Itesidved iin.i.iii;;oiislv. 'i':i3l (he Thanks of tfiis .Meedop .arc .i!so due in ih.ise ftlembcrs of the Ho'i;c of Commons wh;> M, (io:i 't tho-e Residimon- 1.1 (!. L. \S ardir, J^'T- f'rsd'.ved an iiiipjon-lv. Thit the foreg.jinc Resolutions pnMi.shed in the .�i;j':c-'i''ster P.ipcrs, an(( M.'ch uf l!ie London i'apors as liic Chiiirm.wi mav ihinli proper. KOMt^.Rl' PHILLIPS, Cri-iirman, The Ciiair'n.-in havini; left the Chair, it was (ak-rn by Otti-tvell Vvond. is.'). ({eiioived onaii'mrnis-ly. That t'le Tlianics rf this Meet be given (.1 lloberi Ptiilitps, 1 ,iq. for his able ai.t imp.irli.il eoi.ducl in t.ie Chair. OTTiWKLL WOOD. INU.NUATiO.N OF Till, Fl.NS IN THE JSl.C Oi'' AGFiNF.UOuS a"d �ymiva!liisinj Pnlilic i': rc-fpertf>iry inf .rmcd, thai a Siihscr'p:!. n is open for tbe re!.i';f of the pfior SirVi-rcTS tiy'lh'.- above J>a*tr-,iii-! r:i',-.;n:tv. r^hereby n'i,Tn�-r'h.'tve h  the freiincs nf a h\i'i>an.' i'nbiic, an.-i no dnubt vvill sU'.ViCe loexri.'e Ji^iTnl ninlrian.icn- : - llicliaril fl-.rrison, a small orc-ilil-r, viila le.i children, h.-is lo=l f.i'jrtern I'-ns of hay. t^i-o .icr. = 'f ir!ii-al. and (hirty-tliree hnsc'ies "f r-i.-is, .^nd t;as sust.lined a very rousiderabli: lo-s in the sale of live lows ami thirty ^heep, his entire stork. Abraham WilKln. a poor cott-jrer, nj�w;,rd< nf 70 years of nKe, hi? cotTase. .-iiid all his liouseh.Ud lurniaire, washed away and iitiiily (Ifjir.-yfd. \Vin. Harile. ,a po ir ri'tlneer, with ten eliildren, :i very indii-triows lubv.tr.'v, tic-.'.nr.^ an un.'.Tceplion-able rh.-iracler, has lost r.'.OOO inrv.s, . nv load of hiiv. and nne'la'l of pota-t'jes ; enli.'iiie ami g ird<-i: r.iiicS injured. Saip.h iNirtioias.'wi I'm , a po'ir cotlaper. tritfi \\\rec chW-dr.-ii, the eldest under f..ui-ye.-.iif ai;e : conag.- and.ear-ten nude.- waXcr. Wet iiusbaiul was unfortiinaiely drnwned by the Uoiidini of the Fens: was .-i vtry iBd'i^iri.ms labourrr, and !ij;reat snppoil lo hi-- family. Joliii (,"le, a:i indiiilrina- ip-iil nitii four rhiidrpn, or-cnpies twelve acrr-s of land oi.lv, whi;-:i h,-.s s.uvn wish vvbe;\t-Ihe whole under waur, i.'.d Cie cr-ppi..;; enlrely lost. One family � � - *   coiisisfiitj- nf nine chiii.'rpn, with .1 sick mother, were e"i'fnu-il to an upper roo.n wii.'i ili. ir vili-ile ,s(.'ck., a r;ilf and ;i p:�. for thirl, h'ors wiiti..iil to.''J. and under hourly appicheusmn* of iieing dr.�i�n.-d. Siibs  conlinne tii he received bv .Mes-'.':. i cti.ii;? and C". ; Alis-is. liarclay and C". : Me.-.-*-. I.,-;f-,v. .i.,-! i,-"! . (;o. I,inn!iard--lr.-''l ; M rii'g'�, 11 nntini^cijii, V. i.theacli. a...! Si. ;ind at (lie C'lidon Colli'C-lM'l-e, l.ndi:it.--',iii', ; !.y Mes-r. (;. iJa'-e and (V-in-k-jiur "slreei : :i.';d by .Mes-rr. .s-lai'k at.d So:'S, h.. I l,'-a|i-liio, .li'vv lima ftirthei par(icu',.'.rs and riue* iiJ d' l(>->7 ..i.l-. ''e k;:*�e. r. A T a .M'.'vM.- i5f tb" l.VifAiilTA.M �  > - i!.-iy nf .'ti'.av. ! > lU, f.m lii.' pnrn.i.-e oi i-.ni-id'-riDi .-i 'v o!.' ni Ih inKs to f;. W\iti>;,|-.. (-.]. i'lir ili^ p:itni.i;e ex 1 riii'n� in iii-sfiUitia;J :i;id pr"S'eni.11*: ihe Inqnirv inln tlie Condoctof his lloy.-il ltr;;;i:ie-s the l.il'' (�oninnK.ii.-r in I lii.-f. IIUHMM) FU\, I'.q. .Mayor, ia the Cliair. Ilr.-olveU iiU;;,'i''no'J-h . Tli;il (his .�Meetii-t deeplv df plorinc Ihe two evident eti't-i'liceofwbo-en, and nllier iir.-iclie^'s i)f>-Jit tendency in varmus l.raiirhvf of piinlie ad'iir- leailily prnseciiiinp the enquiry into the Ci'ii'luct of ll'.e \\Wc Cotnunmdirin Cbtif, :md tiiat by his p.-ilrio.'tc e.ti-riion.'he is I'eserie'JIv entitled (u and has the Tnank-" and Cariitude of this .Mertinn. Th'il the 'i-'ha'iks �f this ^ie^li!l^ he presented to ,Tohn Vvhariiia, Ks;). n-ie or Ihe (lepre-euValives of tnis Boroug'., for liiss'i)ip.iil Hp.in Ihes.iid L.tpnry. - That the Tloioksof this Meetin;; be .-ilso nresented ti W'm. Wilherforre, Ksq. :,nd Lord Vinouat .Mil-.n, ire M<'nib-,-r< for ibis Ci'imry, to-ether nith i!:e in endent iMii:oritj,fi)r their votP't and e-xerlions oinhat orcisbm. I'aat (he Chairman be n-t'iR-st.d u> sijn these pcsoloiion=, astheaet of (his Meeling, and to Iransir.il copies itiercnf to (J. L. \\ .r.-die, F;� he llork-irjj.'iani .ii:d Hull Ativ. rji.-cr AeH>spapcri,and in (he Moraing Ciiicnicitt, a-'iil Ct>tRit.i. R. FOX, Mayor. . Refo'verf Hranimously, Thai (lie Thaiihs of (hi� Me'-ting be presented to.the Chairman, for bin readiness in Hfrndoij; ^> tbe Requisition for fal ii'ir i?iis Meeting, jiud, fur tis irop,ir�ial comiuct in the Xbaif. .NAVY OFFICi;, Ant i?. iW.'. '"71""'^!;'". Priyidpnl O/jccers ami Comini-siuner.'; of i\.    ilii  M'ljt'tiff Siir;i fill  henf/p sire  Sn'.in, l.'.nl i-i 'iVe;:;:e.-I:iy, t.i,: ill /i n/i'ay �i^.f/, rzi'O-.i:: uC'.o>-fc, Uuy xciU r-r.-i .'J to trr.il i.-i/.'i .;(..! I'^i xiiiix tii innj lir. ailhm lo ('imhint s:,�!;'i/i".? //is MujzMltf's Stores at ije.il Kilfi CVTi EllS aad (i'U.S. � .1 iJ-njt nf i'lc Ci'i>!r,i:l !ri h n Turm nf t!>; Tenifi:r ma� 6e '.cm i:t /A/i OJfut, litid rv Tender'uill bt rcceiif.'l afUr Oii:.i>'C'ni:l; vn Utc. tUi!j oj Ticntif, nor nn^ tvihreri, niile^s l/u: /�'("(ij, or nn yt^riil I't^r lih:l,7ierionatl,j allcnih. i'.frj 'I ciitfi- iiiif.: he. ticciiinjiiiuit:! hy a l.t.ltcr oHilrc^-icll lo Hie Suiif li-.C'd., antl si^ni-d inj tKn rt^jitm-tibie persons ensd'^hi^ to b'Cjiif.   tii.iirnl liil.'i lUr. pcmmi Iniilrrittfr   in !!ie sum of Fill   WOOU,   near  N-.iirn,   North f-r Sale by I'rivate Contr.irt ; rnn-islinsj of 3i,f!0j 10 .j'.i.ill (Trees, of very s,,,(.ri,r quality, gr.i�i;ig Dri.'atr, frnra iu the \S do 1 of Leaken, avenging in cireiinfcri-nri-. annul M iiii'ite-, si.t feet fiom (be srrimn t, and tne hcisht ^; ftet of nicrunralde wood. Intcndins Purchsf::r5 may app!- to .Mr. F.Tlc.mer, of iilarkkill : or .Mr. Skene, nf ^kcnr P.':r',. by Nairn, who will show- the Wool, and iiif.irm a* (o Parltcu-j.irs. They may c'rrrSponl also with TK'mins Hutchon, Esq. WarnforJ-c.ioft, Thro^monon-sircet, London. r'^UlTI.MBlill fnrSALK, aiBalnagown, Ross. sbire, .Vonh Hriiaio.-To br SOLO hv PKtVATE CO.NTKACT, from i3.UJ.) loJO.OjO FIK Ti'lKL^. all remarkably s��nd and ht-aithy, and of a bard aal ilurable quality, fit for jiii^tinj;, r'-"tin^, bnardini:, �(it.-r-p ..r-", coalworks, or anj nih>-r mmino-i purin'scs. I ne ab.i.e wo.id ii situated within tHree mdes oMlie .%oi:I.l s!.-!e "f Cr'jmarty Bav. to which (here is a ifiiHe decl'vKv U> a ROnd .''ii,.j>in;i place, and the ro.id- and avct'.'acs throvi^^h (be nrds are n.i-coinmocly pood and coi.ve(!iei;(. 'lite f^r..prii-i,;r ir l! deliver the wood at the s-'>i,.pir.jt place �ys�w a" �A-.l-,-i,u..iv' price being p.~.;d, an! w ill se.id spee/rarns nf th.- lonLi-r 1.1 i.i,,�|.,n, Ncwcaiile, Lciih, or f.l�s.:;"w, li it is the w r.ch of:,�v respectable olfecT. I r .;n the woods, wliicfi are of v  g ejit exieiil, the pick of Ihe trei-s lotlieaboie specified mamber, will bcgivz-o. ami the tt-rms >( p:iynien( wib lie liia'le ri.n-veiii-.-nt." .-Xl same p!-.icc, and ii .saiite nwanr-r ivil) be jolJ,' SS'dO Fir '(> . 1*. i't^e wood will be sold iolwooT tree LnlJ, Mpm-c)i;t.-ers n>;iV inclin:*- iJal
                            

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