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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ;. J. ^?h'cc�anc of t.'n* JJvcnitijf. (fur Ihnl .Xi^hl only) a .Vptv fo'iiii:       r-aicd JOll-N' LULL IN TOWA ; or iJrni,U To which will h fl, *V, Mi>--!.-al /� irtertd.'iiueul of "'piclifHli) be had of jMr. liiiirrv, N>(. iol, Halton Cliirilen ; jBlorJIr. liraml J�iHT. /nflKATllK UOVaL; HAVMAIIKET-On I'^MOVDAYtwxt. tW iruh of Mhv. ISlW, be '�Tj(ie-l'.H.i(; lu Vll" trept, Weljclose-square. W^DMAN.-JrDatud'l Wililman, J ----- Msferrffi�ia*fS;T- Mi. Carter, >o. lamiiii) ^y*^"'^''"W's i-'^'ip^oy. lyit .iliipe Dnnrtug.-^To (�He c..li-lotil tijj variety of ships, boaC;>, tigtic'S, &c. Cojieitliu-tntonitnufs opt-n.  �     'T ONUUN, FKMALfi PhNlTjZvTiAia'.- JLJlht ASNi-.\i. MEETI.VGofjlliis.t!Ocicl>,.ui;i beheld tlvlcl*M(lj)nd  ^'"''biv the J;;tli "^tMij,eleven oclocK, v�Iien tin- pr.ieeediiigj in ?/)t D)UM)itl2e ijurinjr ihe \ast, ear will be ,pj;c)rl.-d; nnd 'iliifrbusiars-curibccledwith the'd'eneral .Meilii;; iraii.^acted. THOMAS i'Kl.l-All, &,-ciciar>. . H. V, lit Chair wilt, be taken iir.;ci3ely at Twelve i tUwIu. . ' ;-";')NS UF TlJi'. llVl,U(7i . rllE RKllKAilSAL of t\xK MU>IG to be pcr-fomifjlatllic.Aiinivvr.-iary MeeJing or"tni> fiiAK^rV', TillbeiritKetatJiedral Church of .sJ, rani, on lue:i;iay,the �'jik, 8ii(i llie Auiiiveijary ou 'l"hur,iday the l.'-^ih of I'.+aj, ..........    lord , t!ir- �i�>-.......... -...............................----. -    . Ihe |3aSirlJKMtV JUVl.Il.S, li.,rt. A..M. STi;WARDS. The Kt. ir.'>ii. Cti.1'5. ITowcr, Lold'.^iayl;r. Sir Jas. (.raham. Hart. M.i'. i The liev. the l.Viiii of VVin-f;ir?(er.- Honey Merchant, (leceiited, will apply to WANTKD,  ati Appke.vtici; by a ]>nA fcn in the Conniry.^-.As ihi� sihiulion ioii olfir^ j� t paid. XTtTAISITs a sitaatioa as JIot'SEKtKFEu, of \^   C.p6k and Ilot'SEKCEPEB, a per^-n th.nt ivould pre/(?f'the.XJoUi^ry.-Address to Si T. at Mr. Reed's, jb, Ucrparditriiei, R"u-iel-*qaare. __ 'A.N.TS it situation as VaI-KT i<� a sinule <; : if io town would he preferred, but ha� no objection l� inivellinft, and can hsve an unjrniahle (wo years character .-.A line addressed (post paid) for .a. IJ. at ,Mr. Taj lor's. Hoot Maker. No. �^ \ Old Uond-streel, will be puntiu.illi attended to.-N. B. .No hjertion to a Job. WANTS r,m|)l ynientiii Town or Country, a Young Man who writes a good h.nnd, and uiider-stnnds cnmimm arcunts, eilher with a Merch int or I'rade.''-man,'Or to lake iinlers. which be has been U'l-rt in, \viitild have uo objenion tn attend on a (JeHllenian iwtravc' nr H'lt.. The most re�p.Tiable references can^be given hi.Tct fur" G. Ct. at Mr. W.illls. .No.'2, .\e�CH.-tle street, Sinuni CITkIIOVMAN of the Ksiablisbisl Church, A 'fitnple> Imf,"^Holbqra, be will bear of sumething^^reatly .tobisiidrantajp. UBMC NOTICK-A Spailish .Mercba-.t of-fer. lor �ale a quantity of X KR l;S and l�ORT WIN ICS, and a� Ibey are the prodnre of ihe Ksl.ilesof hi? own rainily, �(le>idi'nts'of Xeres i)e l.a Frnnlera and l)>.uto,} h- is enabled to do it for inoue\, at a rale wfll ivorthy Hie iio'ice of econiiinist.-,. Hf. per doz. Imitlf, inrlnued-Appliralioni to be made Id Mr. Samuel Cornet, No. Ij, Ariindle-sireel, Stniud. .       ,    _ LAW.- A. ytfinx^ Man, of rc-pcctabb-coniicc tions, who .lias peen iifne yr.irs in the pror?'>*ion. and has herded lii)>.4^rrlo.hip in London, withes fora silaalion In an odice ofTe-periability on the sea coast. He is perfectly competrfiHo coHilnci.the/5 fii, out lialf theprice. Sold o'niy b> the l*al. niee, l.'il, Cli-ap^ide. ^ " N. IL None are "the re;i1 I'aient Mixture of l.nglisb'bax but ivUal aie marked wiih llie Signature fien. Li>h<-. ^ffVo^thfe Admirers wf l-MiTlNCjOVlM-XIl JL I'rize Wines-I'mir hundred Do/en of em-elleiit Vin de Grave, at ttis. per Dozon ; and Five b'iinilred Di./en of French Port, atSls. per Dn?,en, Itnllles included ; a Wine possessing all the ricb:irSi orof CydcTand JVrry to her M.ijesty and their Royal lligtfHes ;.MjuJ^tffiU^Jwu^  ------- or rriend may rely upon every tender and^pr ipei- :.iieii(ioii being sbewa t-t .-lirh as shall be intru5ie�r to hi' ch;)raf.- Liber;il terms will he ex peeled, as references of high r^-siieeta-bility will be given.-Letters (postage paid^ addre>,fil (a Cr. (.. ISalsOu's Coffee-lioujc, Curnhlll, Luiidon, will be-.-illendeit m. FOUII PiaVATt: PUHILS._A tnarrCter-gyiiijia, who resi'le* at Ins living, Iti miles f-l fr-'ni Jlyde Park Corner, receive" Four I'rivale J'up 1? ii.di his J''aniii;, under Ihe ase of tuelve yerirs. 'J'he\ wili lie in-Wucled iu the I'.iiglir^'n. < coniprisin* Oralery. Coinp.i-j'iui,  iin d. J.aeh Cliild will have a .eparr.i.- U'i!, .I'ld .".H "i-lile aU'-lliion will hetiven [o ^rnui.d lli'-n". in jir-(KT prinei-pIe^, f.>rm llieir inaiiner>., en-nre their lieallii. a ul iirmii'iie their happine.is. The Term* >f ellPr-, I:)/, () .ed iin-ii- llif nioiJ piii);;:.i!i' euilrw ra.-s-nu'iit.-', frijni ui.expeeced iMi-fl..\l li.N . c pect.ihilitv, wisaiiig to avoid the llll^lk� nf London, bul.vvhu mighi be obliiied Io go tlierp often, ai.d therefore would be glad 10 reside at an easy di.'itance trnm il, niav he .irronimndaled in a sniall geritcel private lainily uhfre liirre are no children, about ihjrty mile* from Ihr Slelriip  good. Linexcepiinoalile r.-ierenees wiU be ttiven and expecied. Tbi.s ini^ht suit eiiner ?t>i;ie eUetIr i;r midJle-ai!;.?d gentleman, or mie or iwo young men who Would w isii to improve them.-elvt-s in ilill'ereni liranctie^ 4 flOirSK to be let, for the Summer,, neat--TjL H o�se.-*i>m), the f.I^.ASF of a valmi-ble aii.l well estaldished SHOI* and PRFMISPS in the l5Lt)l Kiuid MAST MAhLNGTRADK, most eligibly >i-Inaied on Ihe riverside. A well a-sorled Mock to be taken at a fair talualinn. l-'or further partit u'ars applv to Mes>r^, Be.) and Brudrick, Su'.icitun, 43, Bow-lane \'OWSON,in aplensaiit airy situation, with a goi�d >Jou fr und�TA idue in the King's Ibioks.-A pply t.i Messrs. Colleil. Wiuiburn, ami Cillett, ^o. ti'J. Chaiicery-biiw.     _ 00dk0r'D7"i^ytOH, or WahhariKto*^ 's^nmws riMn�s. AlW ^.-w� "ve description. ,ire requestedlosend a liiie nienttwtini particulars4jf reirt, &r. atidres^ed to C. Dt al Mp. I'hipps, l.Tpholjlercr, .\o. 9t), Wnilecliapel. S fTPTO f" IG HI.-/TcTiin pletely Fu s'..-* t sii iHJ llOlsr. to be Lr,r, f.ir Twelve Jlonlhs; rnasi^fiiif of l��o .�"iiiiiie-nioins, three, or if required TiOr bc.-t bed-rooiii�; tlic >unie fur servant- ; four '-'.iilleil stable and coai'h-house ; all i>iil-nllice  me Sourhward of Rjde.-Po!s-.^>i.iii ii?.:; iiiniitL. or a� figreed on.-^.Apply, if fty letter, post-paid, Ic (;. S. at Me-r<. Winche-!,T,'.'st:ilinneni, b;raii.i; where pari'eiilars and a r.'f.'renee m;lj be hart. A^TTf.D (.. I'urc.hHSf a FJlKElTOLD V. d House or  .>d milsl lie also gnnd ; dist.inre t'mm l.oii^..f. friiMi -ill bli inil,�j.-P.irlirulars may be adifrci'.f-d (t>n.�t p.vid) tn .Mr. .Miiore, No. 3, i'erey slr.'ef. BeiC'nrd-snnar.; W"^ AlTfONTlEATfi, Surry, 18 n^ile* fm^ l.onrton, and three from Riegale -"Io h- "SOL!) |iv J'RP.Ari.t ONTRACT.acnmpait LKASi-.llOLO CUT-TAGI. urni, with large Garden, Ingethi-r with Two !.(ijc  adjoining, and 'JVn m.-.-idOw t'i,.)i:^. 'ihe wlinl" rompri^T.g 11 Acrei, with ilniiiifiled f glu ef Cmniiine.- Kor pariiculart enquire of M^. Juhu Arliss, t-i, L/aIth''^^mr^T Cla�e, We.�t .'smilhfield. OUl.l.i�ai   lU ij',1, rf^IlF, valuable and cttcnsirt- COM.IERVof JI.   RCMKOKD upon the K-tate of Parkhall, inliie i�a-rish of MOiravoaiid.? and County of Stirling. rbW Co'!liefy coilJ|irohpDds a veryJarge'nn-1 proven firbl of excellent Coal, posse-ses an exlcHjive �alr, .U bnel free, works a jjiiod Seam of 3 feet, at a depth of fr.>in seven In eijlit fatnoin- only, is well roofed, will turn out an* {juuntitv of tiial of the very best quality .enjoys the adv.-unnijei nf g.md rlla tiine, liv f'alkirk : or to Mieliail t^niiiiii;, Cler.i |.i th- .'^ignet, Ldiuborgh.-;Vlr. I (Sif, ;�f tlie C'ollierv. will sh-'v fri.- �v..rkv V K I'D At-Ll I-Iv/i., .Ajiril .:h, l.-h/i* ' S"^1IE Coinviitsionersfur t^ictuallinf II.sMnjss~ M. t>i's rSavij f'li Ifre'iy ffii'k Ai,//.f, l/iat on FrVdus, I/k Villi i'_/i\lay m.rt, iheyicUl Itc rcniiy Iti itirirc '/'rutiiis in Kiid'ig, (ffiili'l u/i ) mill trif fur /A* �Mp;j'(/''>i"v o)� it-p,,l r*^^,Ua,ty, o/ SKA I'liO V IS IO .\ :ia.l FKI..Si-f 1! 1,1^1' lo 'lis .Majesty's .ships ail'l V.e...s !li  ihe 'JcniUr,'or iouir Vfr^nn on hi< I'l-half^ it.'ti.nd^ to (insirf r tr/ifn tn'lni for. Sori^^il ony j'-iTjer I .'lat cunlitlrtt  -tii J IV J.. ...viy. JOM.-. ''W^HK (kmmis^iontts Ji>r f''iclatiUnJ itt.x Ma. M. Jeti' niei';t\olii:!, tUni on Tueo.l.iv, tht'iid iuiiiinl, Ihi-^ u\II h- r ."I'l '" r'-e'u'f fr'uttn i>i i-ri/TJiT (>ci!*d up) und t.r.U ,�/T VV L V" L 1} L'.N L>RKU MU-LLor l)RK:sS!:i) CA.NADA .Sl'AV.' S. to consiu of i'ipe, iln;;shea(1, and Harrel Si.ive.-acii lienili.ig, ?'� (/zey'o/-l>juii>^^.{irnj,,rtt;n!i, e.':.-l'l,ie i-l'z'th pait<. lin^-liead 4-l!ifh parf. ii;irri-t .1-1 iili p'.rls, an.l lic.i.liiis l-lCth part ; (j lie a-.H:i'^i'U into tlf t utiin'ting SLur.i ill Deptlnr.l, Fiii'L'-nvmin, :.nii I'ljnmnili ; in hucH q ntitits m may hr.rtniUr ie dtUriKined up'iH^ uiic lia'J th rt.:/' b-./ the tiljl  J5 qua:itily Ihati Ofle Hundred' MiHe will beadm.tted. ^N o regiurd iciH hr had tn any Tender tn �/�rA th'. Price shall not be intcrtetl "i KertU at fcn.^f A, ..r tAot iha I n-il be it''ii.ireA to Ihr. Itnnrd hrfore One i.'nU.tk on tne mid Tiresrlav, the 23d fistant, I'ler unless the fjcisvn rlio mukes the Ten-c'�', or Koine  person on  A� tiihalft alicmis, la entiieer h-" rnllm for. " iRA.NSHORT-OFFftl';, Apr,U4, 1809. ^B^IIR 0>mmix!iion-:rs for conducting His AIo' JL jrstj's Transport Servicr, for taking i ure of Sick and \y iiunded Semr.en, and for the Care and Cwludy of Prisonirs vf' If'ar, do herehi f;ife nvtlce, that ihei/ Kill be rr.adg at tfii* Ollic).. en I'hurschv. the ifitii M.ay. lSo9, lu receire teaUd jen^lerx, and treat teilh tuck I'erians at may br teitling tir �ontratl for Ih'.performance of cerjnin \\l)tiKS proposi-d to !>.-dt.t>�* nt the Royal Ninat Ihwpital al Ueat, io the Countv of Kent. _ ^ >     r The Tenders arc to specify a time for f^e eoifffletion of the Work�. No Ttftder Kill te recrired after Om o Cinck on. Iht Aay of Trtuly^i nor any naiice^ unle'T the I'afty, or an Afftnt for him jn-rtannllij aliend. E-ich Tender must be accompanied kg. a I titer from tico raftclabk I'eraons enf adzing to fieroint buurtd Kiln tlx. ferton tendering, in ttis sum u/2003/. for (A* due utrfurmance bf ihe Contract. rarther parlirulurt may he knoxn, nnd Draicingt of /4> prvpo\ed iVuTkttttn by applying at this O'fire t, or tu Vftlf. Mir iJowers, iWy. tiuiicrnvr vf tit Jt^jai :ta:.-.l Uotfitat at Vie*- rZMf CO ACM.MAKER'S, parlitiularlv llio.'.e in ' .."''-'r<--^'^'l '"   C.Micehi.   Ptincrp.-ilsoi.lv will lie treated With.- i al Vr. (.  Uason ., tionk-eller :.m; S ., loner.   No. (., North For puiliculrrs apply U mK liu:h. No. G, Qra!ilv-cou.l, i Audlcy-strcet, Ora=-cnor.,square, wii,     answered in a tew  v.n| i..iu  ..lb  ^.IJIIt       1 rfl. ,    "M     � ....      ..   ...    ...-----.1 nlwiiiSwuiun will be preached before his (inive llie Lon .ilrcljliii.lm)i lif s iinter'.oii-j, liieir Loiilfiiips lii.- Li-hej).. Uk lii�blliiiii.tlie L.ii-d May.ir, AMeriiien. f-leigy, Ac. iiy Ihi iliiRiijsUnghtTfSiJHe iTuWe >ftoi,K?C,'. ili'lirace ilie La..-VrcIihishop , ufVurk. |leltl.lMiJ. LiirlPercv.* Rl. licv. llie Ui.l5i"sbop j The Rtv. Rich. I'rnsser.I). I). ufUfreftir.!. V'Kt. Rev. the W. Bishoa �f Ultij-ne.  till.Hum. Ld. lirownJow. letttUon. Ld. Uun.laa. nifill.il n. M.P. . - .. ... ... the Oyeriure of Lsiher.   Mr. IMlinieii Te Oetii.....nd. Jubiiafe. \�illi hi; Chorus (iiyMrfsiii!!,  ilalicliijab, foj the Lor i dod On!ni\io-,tei*.ieihan Aulipiii composed ou purp'-sc fer this �ly liv Or. l;.i\ve,aiid hir. llnwiers (iiar.d t or^ipntioJi J!ie Music to lie foiitfiic     i.y Str VV jlliam Pur-Mbs.L.  Le;id.-tof llie liaiid ..i-..>s'l,a.iv. |llielMiirii,f HieCathcdraryiH In- � ji nrd al T g!ons, SI.   I�aiil*� cHwJi audofJuhaCacoii, IvbJ. ! iisl-FruilS-OlDce, . Jf, Sl^^itis. Wi. "''"'Fharity ^vitl be tiiankfuUy received by ^baciia, |.>q. Tiea-urer, and Charles llicknett,'Lsq. 'iLM-drii I, rrire. - .eri-farv lo f'le St.-\� aids.- CRtNCH (iOOlvS, just itnportetl from Wart.-*- . "-DULAWanaCo. beule.-ive rc^-pecffnlly )�ieiiie, I >*"'-^ tr, traduerton iiimvelle, a%ec le Plwie.iiar DKreaih-^UelaniaMe,del Ae.ideuiie- Fran-^Uul. Bvo.^Tacite, avec le lexte. m-iiv. trad, par TWiimalle, S vol. Svo.--Ariaxercjr 'J'r;.J.'die, 3 "�Wr Drlrbti, 8�a.->La Dall^e on la (-iiierre dw DVeux '*�v*M!.&c.  Kxneetediii afew days, Aljihoiise, ou IJ.latJ of wiiicU �m be dcfiVered griitis in Soho- J'BUeR^fAN, 'No. ^q^, Uxfour-suect, l^arthf?Pantheon, Soperfinc Cidourman l  his -Ma-T*�^Prfnce�scs; innst respeclfulty begs leave to in-*-M(Mic,-tbiit he has brought bis C'OLiJUli  for a.fjtja GLASS to sudr perfection, th.il lor beauty l^*Mylbej ate "notio be cqaalUd.' ooid io boxes, Wmea^ach, nlih proper dircclioiis.-Wis SupeiHne |j5?T*'Akts, whic^ wilt ivork CilUer iu oil or wal -^""^T^?* Varoish'for Pixiiifing on Gbiss, at J� 6d. ,,(j^~AU9� bcaaliful Liq'iid tudia Inkv which ii jHjKS' , w bicli fre an.l SIMKI TS, .JK for SAf.i: by Mes.rr�. I.O.SG.MA.X and Ciinpinv, .No. 1-. .N'.irf.iik-street, Slranl, on the li-tliwiuj; rea^nn.ilile lerms, for (eady money - I'uri lo \:i>. lieriln/en; sii])--rior old Crii-led diltn -Itis. to -i.Ss.; Slierfy i,-. lo -is.. ; >u,,e-rinr Pale d'H" .^"s. to ; U est tnili.i .\laileir.i (il!-. t  lii>-,; t)id 1-I.n�t llldi.'l dilio (i.-ss. lo /J'. ; I me nhl i\r\ i i-b ..i J Is. ; Superior Old Cl-ir.-i |iUs-. I'ine Olit ( o-i i .c I'.raivly; .lama r.t Rmiii; ilallerd.im llol.and. 0ARD and   lodgings, Miics from ^ Loodon.-An Elderly I.^ldy or Gentleman -{keepin.g a (!arriii^e) may be arcimmodMle'd wifh Board and Lodging f'.r the Suumer Season, in a (leiifeel Family, consisting of � pablicatioii, 1,-iw and I'oltci Reporls, J-Vhionnble Mis-, reltinv, Aniiy Pioinoiions. Lloyd's List, Prize Paymeuls, "^i-'ifl^"','^^:'f'"'' '           .     '     ,.    ' ncw-ii'^cnled liro ler. uhich elT^^cTuallv an^swer. .he pi;rpose l�*eNumberforn=xtSalur.l;.y w.l+contamaLcUrrfoMr. : of the Gridiron w ilhout any of its .ncmveniences, .Jit loav \\iudh�m,.m Parliamentnry Retorm-i w ith every article of    be used without waiting fora clear Kre, ther. fore p.,nieular>y iug taken Ihe old-rslabli.hed Shop of Mr. D.AVVI S, b.-cs leave to inform llie I'ublic that he has laid in a fns-h and genteel a-s-irlraeni of goods in the above line, which he r.ill tell upon Ihe niost jnodera'le terms. W. IL A. begs leave at Ihe saine time to ret->mmcnd his JnfuricalioUf use^jl or iutercsting, that may occur in the Week. . Or(ti�rS for the Censor received by .nil the Newsmen, Gcrks of th* Koa:!s, Postinasiers, nud at Ihe OlDce, No. 1, Cathe-jiqe-streel. Strand.__  EAVFlRaud \VA I E�S-l*ROOF >iLK HAT.S, Messrs. IRFMAKV �nd Cc. respectfully tsfiirm the Public, they having disposed of their Premises in Liidgale-itreol, now'cnrry mo their Business jir^-fy at their M&i;ttfnc-tory, Alfred^ place, opposite Christ Cfcurch, Surry-sidc of ; theful in T.-iverns .-ir.d Inns, or yi herever expedirion in ctx.k'-; -nig i< ijecessary ^ the steak, cnnp, &r. drps-ed m it cuiireL i rebiins the gravy, sind is served on the table delicate, neat, and clean. N. B.-VV. H. A.hfts .ili" surcecded Mr. Dnwet in rhc j mannfactorj- lem**'T>estbeaver, Set and ptifem silk baU. �s. finiibrd ^ jjn absoLuc interekt, and on whiclf Iby rea� m of i.i= pres-ia the first style t>f fashion,, duty rtnd paper boX Ihcladed, -�,',rcof iheti-Jies) lonry canMt be ob/aincit upon moriga.ge ; eoe.-diu miatitvijlo those now Charged from 27�. to S'.to. tt^ Jmd eight ycari^iurchaic w;!l I:k-.-*i>e he given for Anna.ne-uul.lic trfoiiiions.  G�iitlewiwa' (rtilitwyv Offrn, Lcchorn/'; Lives Jecwred on the Wke prnpertv. the In
                            

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