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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 15, 1809, London, Middlesex                                MONAY  Af^Y 15. F8e9. Tiif flH" BKVKnT of Mi.s xVORTON-. HiATjlE JlOVAt.   t|uy-W;irkt:(.- I 'niOTrJOif�^''elJWi>f^.^n\, will Iv.irinl, t!i(- Co- jfcy ��. Le�inneiHgJhf last linit-hc will .-ver jierfiinn u^imr, and.tb.'�a*i nijtliMiul (ivt-..f his �i.|>.-,r.,iire [(felotwMof Ml!* Son.)!), 2i), Bryrt^cs-sireel, Colt ntid   Jit the New l-.iiidou Tuvf **ffi*wWrtn��A.v, the2411. i.i-t-X. B. It is (lie ravcni, JIS�iWiiSrtvBi�|�ii .�a;AiatE, K..B. President. 1%^ BtaY'4ni&'Cwni> arVidai-yGlbbs, Knt. Jlon. Wm. flotvard John Verndii. Ksq. -Barriii]; filachforJ, E$q. k  President,   JCalon S. Barrett, Esq. Hepir� GWtan, Ksq. V. P. -    CUai'^es Strans;, Ksq. \V. Chitterlefti Bart-        John U. North, K^q. Dinner on Table precisely at Six o'Clotk. Ticitets one Giiimra eurh, to be had at the Bar. ARKEll'S PAXOII.WIA, Strantl.-Latily Jjiipriic.i in'.;-.e Crfdt (iicie, nti interesting VIIvW of DOyi-.II, l;ilieu from llie Pi. r. The Vievv of CopciiUageo c�i:ulirtics open.   Adiiiit(;ii:ci'one philliiif fo i-arh. [/"AlirOFFiUiT-Ihe AA'iNUaL Ail.vlV 1 - MST for lcf!9, with an Index, is now n-ady for delivery.-To be Ii.id ot T. hgciloii, .\lilit:iry Library, \VU:lc-h;ijl. LAW.- VVaiiieJ, in an Oilicc of consjiJcrable praciicr, Ji CLKRK qualified to conduct the Cnnvev-niicins dep irlnient of itusiiie>�, uiidi-r tin- iinni�'dialc siiptTin-tcndance of a princi|inl.-Ajiply to Mr. liusU, Law Staiiuni-r, Bell-jiird, tarey-sir.-it. MliX-rPlifet^NTATiON to a Li V tNG, fr..m Two Hundred to a Thousand Pounds peranmiin, want-td^ with pro�pect of curly iiiducUnn.-Particulars are re-qurstedtobe sent, post Iroe, to A'. Chapman, lUq. A'o. 10, Northumbi-rlaud-street,Sinnd, Loudon. MKSSllS. I'HELPS and Comjiaiiy, of Cujier's Hridgei inform :!irirCorr>-spiiiulrntf, that their SO A P' andALKALl MANUFACTORI I.S .are goii-gnnas hrret.i-' fo,e; the .Miueral Alkali, Kavt Iniiiu Alkali Natron, IJIuck Ash, &r. the subjects of Ihe late seizure, having -b.-en re-[ stored to ilirni by Order mI his Alujcsij's Board of Kxcise. i    loth of May, 1809. PHliLPSaiid Co. ANV Gt'iitloinati inclint'd to commence, or to be connected with :i WKKKI.Y PAPER, may be accuininod:ited uitli Printing, Pulili-thinj^, Kdiiin^, &c. oii the inu.-t :ulvant;i|!:e s, No; 61, St. Paul's Church-iard, Will be duly altended to.. AYoung Person in her K,igiili!^nth Year, who haslievi r been out, and wlios'i- conueclions are ri-sprc-table, wishes to take Ihi- charj;o of Two or Thri-e Young Lauiks, froni the-Age of p'ive to Ten, or Twelve.-She can iii�lruct.them in Fre ch. Drawing, (ji-o;;r.ip!iy, Writm?, and Arithmetic.- Any rop-cialile Paniily in want of such a persun, by direcVnig ii Lini" (po-t pi^iid) to 6. H. at i\lr. Deconchv's, \o. Hkl, New liond-street, Loudon, may have unexceptionable referenres. ~ O'FAlllCNfS aiTifG !J AIIDIANS.-An At-- AUCTION MAUf.-A General Nketing of , l^IAXOTbRtE^wth atWItithial. the Pio^ricluriHJIIbeJield.it Ihe Pmz/n C..lfce-hon 9. JOHN (illLK.N WOOD, Sec. del, to %e-^WLp Jfor Twcnty-foiiV GituieaSi. readjL ranne>, inadeabout Si'nimit^ ?iiicc;'c'03t4'hirty-sjjsGuineas; I �^UNHUl UG 5-: WELLS, Midillu tJi-uv./.huu.'-f, t^EICX'URES on the ELKMENTARY PRINCIPLES of COMMERCE.-The Fourth Weekly lEtTUEB wilt be delivered To-morrow Kvening, ai. V.ijiht (doclt. at the Stock Exchanee Tavern, Thrcadt>;edle-ltte�,by theRev. Mr. WILSON, who for years has been iKtitumed to give Lectures on this intere�tinfj subject, with ptaisuccess. Each succeeding lecture has been honoured ^liTcry flattering marks of increasing approbation, itbscriplion for tl�e remaining Course, U.; Cards of ad-1^011 for on* night, 5s. to be had at the Stock I'.xrhange TiTMH; where Prospecttis and Syllabus for tlie Lectures may klad.______ IfUSIC-The fashionkblcrauch.admircd HARP , illtUTEand APOLLO LYRE, which sound like real i, B)>M, &c.-As ladies of distinction and fiishion will soon I icbfips town for theircoontry retreats, the above most deli'nUt little instruments are nost happily adapted for the iltort, 4c the learning to play on tliem is completely .nc iMby only a few days practice. To be had only of I^lr. , Lliekt, (inventor), at bis Musical Cabinet and Acadenry r fclBlniCtton on the Harp-lute, Piano-forte, awd the pedal btJlo^S. Folcr-place, near Cavendish-square, London. �I.B.Tb llaitn who go abroad. .____ fI PARISH CLERKS, &c.-A Reward of FIVE GUINEAS wiirbe paid to any person pro lid^tke Certificate of Marriage between William Muiidy ���Ai�HoIding, which"took place about sixty years ago, tnCbnthwilbin fortVmilie&.of London, on applying to BifrMwiT, No.g, Shorter-.'trcet, VVcllrlnsc-si|unrp. BOlTON, LisiroLKSHiRE, May 9, 1809, ATaoanerous and rdspectablc MiOETING �f lie Inhabitants of this IJornugh, convened by Ad-Krti��td.Ht.the White Hart Inn, this day, for the pur-Mt'ifiwwdt'fingof theproprietv of voting an Address of ItakiWGWY'lXIM LLOVU WAUDLE, Esq. for his lectaiciMAictin Parliimient, ABRAHAM SHEATH, Ksq. in the Chair; TStfftllowhig Resolutions were carried with only one dis- Jloolied, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to Cryllio Lloyd U'a'rdle, Jisq..fcir his manly and independrnt ewloctm ftirtWiment, during the.rec^nt liivestigatirsu of ihe Ciajjts bmDj;ht against the Commander in Chief, and tl�ere-nu|iosiug various abuses in the military department uf the Bffolvecl, Thntthc Thanks of this Meeting be given ta Ihe JsWotic Minority of 123, who stiuportcd Colonel Wardle, �lns arduudsundertaking in the House of Commons, shew-�*ili;raselves at once the friends of the People and the ene-BiH of Corruption. Rwolved, That the Thnnks of this Meeting arc due to mlliam A. Madocks, Esq. one of the Representatives of this wnx"?!; and to the lion. C. A. Pelham, one of the Rcpre-"^lalifcs for this County, for their votes on this important pinion of this Meeting that it � j��n, can be of essential service to the interests and wel-BWoftheCouDtrv. Kjsolved, That ihe Proceedings of this Meeting be inserted "wmilic following Newspapers; the Courier, States-�m, and the Lincoln, RuUand, and Sumford Mercury, rftif n ' "^^^^ ""^ Chairman of this Meeting cause a Copy "HMscResolutions to be presented Colonel '^Varrile, to W il-m Ai Wadocks, Esq. and to the H6n, C. A. Pelham. p  ,  . ABRAHAM SllE.ATH, Chairman. Kesolved unanimously. That the Thanks of this Meeting ictM**"Cliainuan.for his impartial conduct upon this THE PROPRIETORS Ot hASl INDIA SlOClv. Twdies AVU GENTtEMEN, 'HE arduous Contest, is over.   It has been finally determined by your suffrages that I am not to be Jwoored with a Seat in the Direction of your important That CO inaudible ambition tempted me to persevere for 'Mr years in pursuit of the object I have lost, I refer to the pnwmlej anil the grounds on which 1 came forward for jw favour. Thatnb unworthy means have been employed obtain it, I appeal to the testimony of yonr rcspect-S�'* ""^dy, to the majoritv of whom 1 am known by more nun ocrerence,to your award.  Of the Proprie-Z?*"Jfee. on whom i have been so ofirn intrusive, and �t:'''i''eq epainful to my feelings inadequately to express the flj^^ me gratitude,.the respect, which I entertain for fia^'>"allbearthesesentiraentSL with mc to that privacy,. fc^,!?*�?f I was unwarily drawn; and to the latest mo-W^thJi � "IJ * "P Ty Pra.vers for the prospe- toJetTil . '''.'y* wno* itlj not permitted me in this mode * aad�eolleme�, fiUekh^fi.        fa'thful and obliged humble Servant, T and Retail r  opportunity will be afforded 'or improvement, and the coiiifurt and moral conduct of .'\pprentlces receives the utmost attention. Apply to Dickens and Roughton, Chemists and Druggists, Coventry, if by letter, postpaid. INDi.CSirAWLS..:-Ladics or Gentlemen pur. cha rr Doznn ; and Five hundred Dozen of French Port, atols. per Dozen,' Bottles included ; a Wine potsessii/g all tiie richm-s- of Porlngal Wine, with the delicacy and (laroiir of Ijur^umlv.-.Ap|ilicat(ons to be m.ide to Mr. A.Todd, Prize Agiul, 321, Strand. PERRY and CVDKR.-DALE, 30, Coventry-street. Purveyor of Cyder and Peirv to hrr Majesty and their Royal Iligliiiesics ilie Dukes of Clarence and (ilou-CcstiT, rr.spectfolly informs t!je Nobilily and Families in General, that his tine Squash Perry, and Cyder, is now in tlie highest state of perlcction for thesoaion.-^\. II. Iinriou, Edinburgh, Welch, Windsor, Dorset Ales-Dollied Siout. Gcniicmaii, whose business requires his pre-sence in the West Indies, where he may be detained about righteen months, will arrepl of Powers of AtlBr.iey to solicit demands from pci>ua= in the Colonics; he will also accept of cunsi;;nnien(s of flierclianii during tlwl period, and remittances will be made accordir.g to order, eiilier in good bills, or produce of any dcscriplloii. The most iulisfaclory references, of Ihe first respectability, will be given, by .id-dressing a line or two to .A. V. and left at Lloyd's CoDee-hoBJe. fi'^O NoBLE.ME.\ and Gi;-VTi.E.Mt;N.-A Married JL^ Man, about'27 years of ;ige, bred to every Branch of Agricnliiiral Practice", from the County of /Ser'wick, is de-sirnuj of engaging himself ;is l'"ACTOIl or LANDSTI-^W-ARD. Can liaveihe hrst rrconimindation as to character and practical knoulcH;;c in his Profession.- For further particulars apply to .Mr. Coote, No.'.'1, liarl-street, Black-friars. Beans ; all of selected superior kinds. Each  e, fit for ihe r.-ceinion of a tnr^e .Tnd disliiiguished f.iuiily, C-mplelely furnislied. For ii.irticiiltirs enquireof Air. Wiit. France. L'phoI^Cere!, P;:;l .Vi.il ; oi uf Mr. John Fry, CpholMerer. Tuub iilge Will-. ES^rCOU>r'rRl' INsLK.aYC:';OKKiC ^ IJIMSTOI. HAUI50CK, am! KK.NM.TT a;id AVON CANAL SHARES, to l>e SOI.!) hv Mer.r-, LEWIS, WOLFK, and Co. Ca:ia!. U  elU, ;rt-e niii>i rr j,iecllully ncqiiainled that on .^nplira!K>n lo 11. Dlil.Vl.S, Crocer, Jfunbridge Well.^, they ivill be i'.nniedi.'ilely jnf.irmcd wh.it Lodging Houses arc t� let, with ihe requisite p.iriiculars - K. Delves h:is several good llourcs mi Mnuul tiion. Mount P.'-asant, and .vlount l.piiruinl, well furnished, an.l pleasa:itiy  itUR'eil. l^vfEARES 1" Road from Jjo.vd.iv to i>o'.;rnA�iP-Jl^' to.n, through Alton, IJi^liop's W.-i\th:im. Ilotley, over. Norlham Bridge. On ihe 'iSth oiMarch !a^(, ciimmeic:! a Ri-diirlloii of the 1' lis upon f'o>t-fliai-e ani all other Four Wheel Pleasnie C/iniaues, Public Staiie ( o.'ichcs. a.^d 'V.if;-gons �iie-lmif the former amoaiit. atall i!k: C.ile.-. bituet-n ^uiilhaniptoa and Eishops Waliliam. The (li-rUiice fr.in ! Lni;dnntu Soulhamplnh, liy this Koaii i"cp-TKideiMhlv shorirr than by way of Winchester, it is ni'>re free'frooi llill.<, and since the above irdociion of Tolls, isbecnnie pr, feruble in every respect. YOUiN'Ci LADY, whose I'dn.ily are <,t ih,3 innment oppressed under the mn�^t poignnni embntrass-luents, from unexperied ini.-fortunes. tialy ^eii�ible of their sndenngs, she feels ii h v a >!irler .lid, ivhirh vxi'.l inevitably prevent f.inher iiiisery.-AO) dnnaiion, however small, will be acknowledged i\ iih imrei-n. J ;;raliluiie, and received by iMrs-i-s. Maiob, Sibbakl, i. o. .Nii. C, |ie>rner'i street ; Poller and Co. f'ornhill ; 1 Jevii\m-s, Daws, and Co. Hi?, Pall Mall, who will e-.plaiii ilic luirpurt of this v.pidic.ition. WillTE LACii DRKSSKsYwrtiTbodiis and sleeves coiniilete), Kpiare Maiiiirs, Init; and short Veils, Sleeves, Shirt.i, TnekeM, Cln'iiiNei-, Hacf-kerrhiefs, tinil Hnods; Jtinecva. Di.tiM, Anne IJiillen, Quct-n Catherine, and various   elegant Dancing Wrcsses on Paris Crapes and India Miislins, with elegant holders both white and coloured ; at much lower prices than any other fashionable hi'usc; FuRKi:sTund C'o.'s Warehousv, 136, Hishilolborn, three doors from (ireat Titrnslilc.__ BEDFORD,   lUJCKlN.ilfAM,   and KRTFORD (J.AZr.TTK.-The Auctioneer, and Advertiser!* in general throughout the Counties of Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, Middlesex, IJc-rks, Oxford, .Northampton, Huntingdon,Cambridge,and I's'ex,;ire lespeclfully informed, that the nbove well-e.-labli?hed Weekly iSew>pa-per lias obtained an extensive circulation in these several Countiest and continues to receive Advertispinenls from the same. This paper is also conducted in a style far superior to that of other provincial Journals. Besides a copious  et sulTi-cientlv covered with Hair, so that they niav bo combed in any direction, wiihont the liability of their lnMiig discovered l>om>-i natural ilcad of Hair, dre9^e �ilh cverv conveuiciicet�r carrymg on the TA.N'NI.N'G TR.VDE," situated in the Gr.iiige Road ; possesfion of �h'i:h t'.iav'be immediately ha^. -- .Apply-for Funiculars to Mr.^miih, of the Gr.in.";<-, ifo'jthwnrlc; or lo Mr. Hepburn, of l.onp^-laiie, Sinitlnvarli. ALTON flEATH7Siirry, London, and three from Rifgate � 18   87. Haxliinlomew Ctose, West SmithSetd. FUJlNlSHtD MANSION in KENT.-To be LET, for a Term of Three Years, a cjipital MAN-.HiO.^-UOL'&E, fitrnisbrd, wilb Otfic^^of eveiv de^i tims-.i,�mli liiiM n i�nW*in.'ftk.lUiai�IHtiPiill . ^ . gardeir, 8�eof iHea. r LET, bv Mr. R. NEEDH.AM. a very ple;i �riorlo what is usually given in such case*, redeemable at option of the borrower, 'without unnecessary delay or exposure. Applicalionj persimally before two o'clock, or by letter, post paid oidy, to Mr. Maibank, 13, Sherboriie-Iane, Luoibard-sireet. BUNDANT BEAUTY.-1. A lar^e sealed Packet, containing fifty selected sorts of Seeds of finest FLO WliRS, which will fill a Garden with fragi.mcc, and with ��ne vifcl, profuse, continued glow of beauty, (li very pretty present tor Ladies in the Country). Also AiMillier Packet containing Seed* of esculent Vegetable? being .tII the sorts generally rei^uired in the Kitchen'(iarden, except Pens s�ld guinea.__ '"riHREE NEW SEEDS-1. A new enormous JL COSS LETTUCE, which grows eighteen inches high, and abov� two feet romid; it is far sweeter, crisper, and whiter than any former sort. It grows rapidly, turns In soon, and is almost ill heart.-2, A new purple KRtlCOLt of equal superiority ; its he.ids are as targe as cauliHnwers-, it stands low and grows quick, its flavour is most delicious, and its colour wheii on the table most capiivaling.-^3. A aew EASTERN CUCUMBER, which brings wonderful fruit, often nearly two feet long, straight nud finely shaped, of iHc deepest green, and its flavour is rich beyond debcription.- Each of theseys ill packets, with printed directions for culture inclosed; and are sold, price Ss. Gd. by Mrs. Vogler, fruiterer, 33. South Molton-street. WW. IIENRY"TDAMS, Furnishing Iron-monger, &c. 4.i, Brewer-street, Golden-square, having taken the bld-establiihed Shop of Mr. DAWES, begs leave to inform the Public that he has laid in a-fresh and genteel avsnrtment of guod� in the above line, whiph he will sell upon the most moderate terms. W. U. A. begs leave ai the same time to recommend hlr new-invented Bro ler. w hich effectually anSweRr the purpnie of the Gridiron without any of its inconveniences, as it may be used without nailing fora clear fire, therefore particularly u>-eful in Taverns and inns, or wherever expedition in rcMik-iog is necessary ; the steak, cnop, &r. dressed on ii entirelv retains the gravy, and is served on the table delicate, ueat,. and cleai'. N. B -W. H. A. h.is also succeeded Mr. Dawet in the manufactory of hi<- Paf raeiiig both l.'ie Wholesale and fiefail, and the return is considerable.-The reasons tor this oiror to the Public tv'isefroni ihe senior Partner intonding to rl:r nfy cannr.j be obtained upon morlg;ige ; j and eight years puiciiai'e wi.ll likewise be given for Aiitiuilies oil \oung Liv�Sserureil onthe like pro|>rrty, the Interest of Money in ilic Funds, Clmrch Prefermcnl, or Mar iage Settlc-menl.>,-where fhe jarlirs have only a Life Interest. Jm eil.!ier case tliegranter � iM have Ihe pnwtr of redeeming the �nine. Applv prr.,"iially, wr by letter (post paid) to Mr. Beartl. No. 2S. N-'rlhumhsrlnnd-street, Stood. ONEY to LEND.-Mr. ADAAIS informs thn.'iethat have'occasion fonemporary or p-rmancnt Loan-that bie has Very cmtsiderable Sums of Money to advance bv way of Anmiity on Estates in Lands or Houses, Money In tlie Funds, Clergymen s Livings, .Marri.i^e Sri-. tlemeuts, nrtd Widow's Jointures, or ai;|' other s�-curiiy, and on thepenoualGrant of Ncwlemeu, Ladies, and Men of Fn-tbirtii, Ihe Annuities in all ca.�es to be rrdoemable at the �f lion of the borro�er. Personal .ipplictiiioo to Mr. Adams, bftween the houiB of twelve aud tour. No. 21. Henrietta-�tt^et, CaveniKsh-squure, or Leiters (post paid) duly aa-swfcred. N. B. No Mdticy Broker need apply._ INSTANT MONEY LOAAs.-some Gentlemen of the first respettabilit-y and independent fortunes, haTtnc formed a private Establisnmei^t of nuiioual advamaite, the'Nobility, Clergy, Ladies of di-tinclion, and oincr Per-MHH possessed'of Incomes for,Life,'-r otherwise, arising (Mm L.ind, Hou*e3, iJivldeuds of Stock, Marrm^e SelUe-ments. Church Preferment, er other ethcient Pniperty, may ; now withont being aibjeCt, as in the ordinary cases, of ex-j posire and delay, be accommodated with 'Money to any i amotmtj on terms nearly cqnai to mortgage.   Letiem, post { paid, addiressed lo Meats. Cox an4 Co. Army Agents, 8, yi'arwic��tw^t, Charingrcrws._ MUNEY.?:-MetBU. LljiJAS and Co. beg leave to tufonp those that ton* be la want and desirous of borrowing teaporary or permiuiedt wuu of MON E'Y, that they can at all time* advance any imn lra� I QOt to 10 000 adeand amct^d in mimev iiegatiAi>< lt�e�t, St, James i-�quar�, either |.er�CD-aliy or by i�tt�r, poH.pa'd. N. R. T.-o }oar* purchase will li� fiveo for w*U iccuicd'AanuiUck. COTTAGE, deli-ihlfuliy situaled on the sh -.met of Fast Cowcs, coninviiuiing an etttusivo \few of fh� Island, Cowes llarbcmr, Southampton A\ aler. New Forest, &c. The House and Grounds h.ive lately been judiciously and (.istefully improved, and forms onjof liie inotl desirable retreats in that part of t he I.-I.-.nd.- For I'.irticulnr.-apply .it tiie Hotel, hnat Cowcs, Isle ot W ighl ; and of Mr. Little, Mortimer-sin et, Cavendish square. 7:^z::::.-:z:^^':[n; ivr^^^^^^^^.x HousKa..d PARK.-robesoi.r>, Ik's fa-'.iioniV>ie lliir i -Lv JL bv Paiv a rn Co N tract, either together or in- Uas. Ihej:paci"aiis modern FAM!L\ .MA.NSIO.N-HOUSE, called TOW'.NHILL, situate at Westend, in the parish of South Sioneham," Hants, Vn^r miles fi om Southampou, wit i tue Park in which it is seated, coat ;!Miiig ab^nit 3Ju Acres, iicaJy inclosed with a substantial oak paling, uiih various i'arns coMtigUc'U?, and extensive "�Vi>od-aiid �Vasles. A .M.iii oftiie Isstate may be seen at Messrs. Ulake and White s, 14. Essex-street, wl:ere partieui.ir-- Hill he s^'Ou rtaly f.>r delivery, and wno       give tickets for vit-wiiii?: the Premise.-. 'AMPSHIRK, on thc> bordc-rs uf Berksiiirc - To be LET, and entered upon at iViid-.ummer (with or without a Farm of eighty acres), an eligible ^^lAN^>10^i, fit for the reception of a genteel family ; it conipriijes an entrance hall, dining-room, 'itj feet by 18, drawing-room, 54 feet by IS, arid breakfast room, twelve good bed rooms, and excellent offices of every description. 'J'he House siands ia alavvii, and pleasure ground, and is surrounded by Ihe farm before-mentioned, possession of which may be had by taking the crops at a fair valuation. For further particulars apply (if hy letter; post-paid}, to Wm. .Atkinson, ICsq. C'hancery-lane. Loe-don: or to 31r. Campbell, at Hackfield, near Hertford Bridge, Hants. NNUITIES REDICE.'WABLE.-.VIONEY.- Noblemen and Gentlemen accommodated withMoney fromSOOi. to 30,000'. on Freehold, Leasehold, or Copyhold Estates, Money in the Fundi, Clergymen's Livings, Marriage Settlements, Widow's Jointures, Grants from the Crown, &c. Messrs. SHERLEY and Co. beg to inform the .Nobility and Gentry they have from SO.COO/. to ia.OllO/. to dispose of, in any smn Irom 200/. to that iimount, on the personal security of Aoblemeu, or Noblemen's Heirs, or Gentlemen of known property, by applying to Alessis. Sberley and Co. No. 37, Clipstonestreei, Fortland-�lace, from eleven to threeo'clock, or Letters (po^t pa;d) from Townor Country answered by return of post. HOUSES furnished completely at a few ilays Notice, in the firrt style of mofiem faihioo and ele-ganc.-. by MORCiAN and SANDERS, LjAolslcrcrs and Cabrnrt-makers, Nos. 16and 17. Ctitherihe-street, Strand, Fashionable Patent Sofa Bed, and Chair Bed Mannfacturen to their Majesties and the Ropal Family, and tuanumberof tue Nobilty and Gentry of llie United Kingdom, Inventors of the Imperial Dining Table, Portable Chairs, and the much-admired Patent Trafalgar Diiung Tables and Sideboard, in ore elegant piece of Furniture; the Patent 1 e-post .ind Tent Bedsteads,! with brass screws, and every oiher description nf Furniture in the Upholstery and Cabinet branches. N. B. It becomes necessary to entre-it Ltdies .-;!Jd Gentlemen to be particular in the Nos. 16 and 17, as Morgan and. Sanders bave no connection whatever with any other Ware, bouse. * N' EW IMPROVED GRECIAN and other LAMPS.-By his Majesty's Royal Letters'Patent-granted'to J.SMETHURS-IVfor bis NEW IMPROVEMENTS on LAMPS with spiral bumtrre, thai burn without smoke, and give the most brilliant lichi ever produced from oil, they may tfeused in the most elegant upa tmenis, drawing and dining rooms, sideboards, libraries, balls, ar.d staircases, billi.ird tables, counting-bouse, shops, and for bronzed figures of all descriptions ; tliey are simple in their cvastnic-lion, and are not liable lo gel out of repair-No. 138, New Bond-street, and No. 1.9, Union street. Borough.-ALo Old Brass Patent Lamps �ilb Fountains, altered to the New Patent p. inciple.-Genuine Spermaceti Oil, at 9s. per gallon. J. Smethursl's new erected shew-roums are no'w open. No. 136, New Bof�d-srect, with Lamps in a vjirieiy of elegant form=, for all purposes, for the in.pectioo of liie. Public._ The above Paieui Limp cannot bit lud at any other bouse la ' town.   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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