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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                - Price t". * Tl TwJn �*HI:N vol/ can.   TI.c Pan of G..ss-�i .. b^^ .Mr. fMtvrr.f; I.mily. b;  - '*'     In til*' f-'ur-t nt  '>"� "f "  ff '.lohiiM.Mir., wiJI betting fit ilellaiuv. 'i'lie t'betry wriireji I>y Majtir Topham; 1 �a\e comyititd by Mr. W. I'arktv a fnvimrile >lew Ifiiic 1'16 heul, by Miss Adam?. Alter wlilrh, a Mu>i. '^'i trailed the ttlTA L SOLOl l'. wl,ich TiJ^jcd. by pariiiular d�*ire, llie Melo-Driiinji of The ''IjErtsl^^'hail of Miss Norton^ 'iC, Bry<)ses,strec�', Co-� ioarfcn; aiid "f Ms- Braiidon, at the Tlu-atn;, Htrefe iriEETO?? ANXIVKllSAllY w5U bejield .�tq. lteit� Grallan. Esq. V. 1'.      CUarle* StraJijt, lisq. gr    CliattiTtftt, Bart        John H. Nftftli, liiq.  DIniieron 'J'ablc |;>r�>dsely at Six iyciock, -   Tif fcet' one Guinea each; tn be hnJ at tt^r Hnr. (pHEATRf* of AWAWMy, Blcuhcim.slrect, 1 :Grr>l SI�r{burou)rii!m Marrny, S^, Fleet-sireet,  Loudnu; John Baltnnl>nu and Go. Miirf>nrgh, aiid M. N. Mahon, Dublin. _ rpo PAllKN rS antl GU.UIUIANS.-An Ap, -JL�j�>���icK ^BntM ill IT H�*us^"iifWt^ve Wholesale. MOTs'iiY tiirectly aJvancetl Uy way of Anmru ly.-i)0,(K)j/. in iuinb of liv,)/. t�'),i3 oiial stcnr'iy, fur wmc/r'liberal prices will lie ^ivrr, an'l an 'ipporliimty of repiiyiu^'thc pniirip.'il at the j>iilti>ii ofj^ie Borrower by j;iviiii; Vila\s .iwtifc.-I'crioaal fUMdiiwrtloM. attended to tnim ill llil .'J o'clock.-Letters. "VlctCALLING-OKftCK, M.-iy, 1809. ' ^P'^HE Co'-iinissioners- for yiciualiiii^ iJif Ma-B.  je>tu'� A'ntitf    Aerc/zy gitie Vu/iiM, t^a: un Tuesday, t/tf i'.V! iiislnnt^ l/t^ trill be r^aiiy //>  recijice   Teniier'' E' ,4iMi Retail Kib>ine>s in the Dnic iRAiir, where every op-poritinity will he :ilIoriled .or i rlhtvard of London, a I'Kll-PKTUAL ADVOWSO.V, or next IMll.SlvNTATlOX, with a prit^ipecl of early jiossrssion. Appliatiioiis tu ^ll�^is^^. Welislirand Son, No.''2a, (Jueen-streel, Cheap?ide, will he duly attended to by the .Adveillser. rjpb FAUtsii cfn^:iiKs~&c.-A Uc�^~^f JL   FiyE tiy'ljEAS will be paid tu any person pro dueiiig the Certifirale.of aiarriage lietweeii Vvilliam .Muiidy and Aim Holdin;;,,which look place about sixty jears ii^a, ataCliurrh within fitrtv niilies of London, on'applying tu Hugh Mundy, No. 3, Sliorler-flreel, \\ elU-los�-square. H^^Bt Sabjcrt, treated wiirbe discussed familiarl v, ami RjbdiaiVvieHS furwarikd. Tu these uuue but I'upiU 'l^tliillUtrod. .: fc^ottj Apartments, tUoronjjMy vculiJated, and replete ftterjLcmenicnce, are u.pea,.at Five o'Clork in the iif the purp(��r�'af l>iFSC�ingui:d Injecting, when; ^^ijMlrn.illends to direct'ih6 Students, and deinuii!>irate aiinii|t^rl3 as tliey appear oil dissection. l|�i>(nivetiiences lisumiy ^hfitdlnj* AnaiomienI Invc^li.-Mtitnuuteracted by ail autiKrufic I'rocesii. I'npils (h^iroommndatc^iii uie bousr. tjcntlcmen cstahliaheil jttitliee, tjesirnus o^whcwIBS''heir Anrttomical kncnv-lfc��ybeaccomn�od^A With, ail apartment to Di�(.ct IniSil of SAINT-^IA UY. LK. UONcTitTlli^ IU,(Wfy of MiddleHix.-The Direvi-ini and (iuai-dians It^FAtf wilt meet at theWurk-hoii>e in Norihimlieiiaiid- WANTKDiii the.CounlrVj ii l*ro(i'Slant lOns;. lish GOVERN I'.SS, not under thirty years of npre, for three young Ladies; she ,iiin>t have a thon>uj;h kiiHw-ledge of French, and the pfinc.iples of Mii>ic, with the olhrr usual requisites. It i> reqiiested no ime will apply who has not lived in the capacity three or four year: income Hiinily of re�preUibilily, from wliom .'he can have an undeniable reconimendatiuli.- \pply to Mr. \V. Martins, Early New'pantr Ollice,'i), Birchin-laiie, Cornhill ; if by letter, p !.f paid. U7ij.k: NOTICE-a Spanish MerchantTf" fers lor sale a qiianlily of X Kit KS and POIl'l' W I \ KS, ami as they an* llie produce of ihe Estates of his o� a Family, (re>idi'iil5'of Xeres De Iji Froutera and DiUtiK,) ho.Is eii-ali'.ed to do it for money, at a rate well wiothy the notice of economi'.t-, lb. perdo/.. hoillei inrluded -Application'^ to be made to Mr. S.imuel Cornet, No. Ij, Ariiiiille-=treel, Strand. jioyt-paiil. In Mes.-r?. Ilankey ami Co'. No. :3, Kroad-street, fioldrn-simaie. anF�ered williout ilelav. ONKY triLKNJ.).-Suviral Tnousund P..imi!s toheailvanred by nay of Annuity on a siiii^lc Life or on Lives, on every species of Security." rcdeeniaiilc at ilic plea-ure-of the Borrower, .and for nhicli a liUer.nl price will he ^iven: and to Nohleiiieii, Lariie*, and Vieii of F'ashion, on their personal rccuritv onlv.-Adilrei- (po I paid) tb .Messrs. Ciraiit and Co. '^s "^orlhumber!.^nl1-^ln�ct, l hariiig-Cnis? ; or personal a|ip|icnl!oii hetvireeii the hnurb of one andfour.;--N. B. No Broker need apply. ONEY .\lAll"F,iis7-^AGriirleii^rab^ve the common chi�sor .Money-lender?, whli Ii.h5 formally year>tarried ou bu.-iiicss ll> geuenil >al�rfaclioii, has l.irje sniiii^of money ready tosdvaiice on Aniiuity or UilU, .Notes of Hand,  urii_\.-Apidyt^Mr. \\ alsh, 40, L'ppcr Marj-lc"-l)ohe-5treef, and a card wu'l be given to his house withiu a minute's walk. l.etters, �po�t-uatd,..imaif;^ dC^wiy HiisweCciL - I-^dies iifcliSi'ntief; singli''Tir maiTte*,' may be accommiidatvd i and persons who have loose siinu to lay out may eiiiploy thein t� great advantage. .Nothing attended to under 'UMl. AJliliACl'fciS to he SOJ.O or I.I'M' on llUlE. -^Several new modern Lundaus, I.aiid;m'ici~, tJaiuuclic-l.nndaus, and Ch.iriols. Likewise -ncunil hand Landaus. Barourlie-Uindnu-, and Landaulel-, lit lie itir c lakeii' at afair v.-ilnation. ForfnrtUer partirKlarsa|ipl_\ !o Messrs. Bell and Brodrick, Solicitors, 4.'}, Bow-lane. L'heapiide. KOSVKiv'OK.SQL'AllK, S..i.ih~S[(l^-^'r(ri^ .Soi.i) by PnivATt Co.ntkact, the LIPASE of a MAfJMFlCENT M ^NSION-IIOLSi;, with suitable Ollires, the whole in complete repair, and tit for the acc"tn-inodalion of a farge family.-The I'liriiiture to he taken at a fair valuatioiu and immediate possession will be given.- Further p:iMicul;ir-, and also tickets for viewing may be had of Mr. Snane, Architect, Lincoln's Inn Fields', and Messrs. Tathamand Bailey, L'pholstercrs, Mount-street. NO. 42; Ucvonsliire.sfrcef, F()riinan.sr,ti.irc.- To be Let, or Ihc Le:ise Sold, of which three years are unexpired, of a genteel DW El.l.l N (MIOL'SK, Coachhouse, :itid Stabling, fit for the immedi:ile rrceplii n nf a genteel Ktimily.- The Furniture to be t;iken iit a v.iliiation. For puiiirulars apply on the Premisrs: of .Mr. Smith, Auclioncei", Winlsor, or at his House, .No. 9, New Broad-street. City of London. iiiillilM�id >�ari5h, on FniDA V the i'lh of June, to re-ei��i�iss�l8, and Contract with an.\|Persun or Persons talr tin fcllrtwipg articles:-^Good Stilt Butler, at per nS.; GlBtff, ilishire, or. Cheshire Cheese, jit per cwt. WlBcffn^ilk.Oil,. Vinegar, Soap, Candles, Lamp Oil, Skott, C*fr�', and Shrouds, for twelvemonths, from Mid-(WKtTHij^tt. ,A1I thea1>ove articles lo be delivered at ItlifVt.iliWue aforesaidj free of ex pence.    Proposals to I�-iIrii st lespertablc fc�W8 will be givenv .niid terms known by applying to y�.itiyingtoiis,tjo, SL Paul's Church-yard. jARAirWEBTJ, late of the Hotel, King-street, 'IWlfave tn inform the \iibilily ttnd Public in general, Jiw kw removed to No. H, favistnck-sinef, CoVcit-Khrre she has now on sale a Ftishioiuible A�siirt-Jtof-Child Bed and ready made Lineiij of the best iiitiie-�.�nlhevrry Inwist terins. Geiitleraen's callico shiil  ^^"t India, and other families, may be iinrae-MyacrnmoiPdatrd wiiha most eleg.iiit furnished house, *�R�5al Terrice Adeiphi. The situation is approxi-�Mllie Psrli,inient tTouref, Public Offices, llieatres, ^"^incalso the peculiar advniil.^ge of a roiuni.inding Wttof the river, Surry hills, Ac. Immediate applica-^ot itirule to Mr. Pocock: upholder, Southamploii-JCevfiit fijirdin ; or Mr. Hickinbotlium, Uritish WiJcm!yii.j(rcet; where orders of admis-ion and p.irli-be obtained. The most uiie.xeeptioiiable retenn-'IIbe required; abo another house elegantly fufuishtd !i5jMbrw!de, apply as above. YOUNG lADYT^mse" nilly are at this I'l'wy oppressedvndfr Itte most |!oigu.-nit emliatniss-^"BBBweijprctrt^tBJ^ftfnines. trnlv ^rii�ibk' of their freteitllCTThjlyon their part tn tuUniit l^t:! fiir IPr ioi�<^f the humade and f.encvolcnt, flattered ii� lii�^"niitigaled by n slender aid. n hich ,"^'*hl� prevent fitrther tniserv.-Any donation, l^'i Will beBcknowledged with unfeigned gralifndr, J^isedhy Mc5�H. Marsh, Sibbald, and Co. No. t., ICi = faUffaoJ Col Cornhill: Devavnes, Ua�s. teraV w''' explain the purport of ihi. ...^       TO BUILDl-.lis. lLTS..-nO[:SK OF CORRKCTIO.V - .'[f Jnstires of Ibe Peace, at Ihc ceneral iO r building Ji new Howe of G!.riccii''n at the said County, "^teaherrby given. That the said pltm, nnd the el�-va-u       "Pfcilicatiiins thereol\ ar* leit ;1t the olhce l-j'^'^fthe Pe!iee,iit Wilton.near vSnliMu.iv, Uilis '"tifsrl;'"" P�"*5on or person* inclined to uniUr- iticllBcd to contract for the building and carrying ^ , " "'futii.n (e�cept wh.it relates "to the I .irpen-i^Joiners works), are desired to send in their Pn.pn-t^,* ^^"Itof the Peaeeirti or before ihejist day of  '� "P)' '''thout signatures, but with mottoes ii, i^'i"^'^.' ""ompanied with sealed letters {niimed ,y, and not liable to blot; it also maintains llie greatest s-crecy In correspiHidence, nn"l its ellects are equal lo a faithful Copying Clerk. Price froni l.'is. lo one guinea and upward'.- Whohsale, retail, and for expnrtalion.-The Polygruphic Pap. r m:iy be had in quires, and made to any size. P7V\VNUR0K ERS' DUPLFCA PES__Messrs. GHIMSTONE and CO. No. �, Old Bailer, removed from Tabernacle-rew, having money at cuminand, oU'rrs their service lo the h'dd-r> of I uplicates to redeem the Goods anil purchase or liuil iiiiniediate sale for them ; the article, with Ihe exception of watches and wearing appan'l, or the amount is not an obji'Cl from 1/. to 1000/. ; their terms are moderate, and they trust, from tin; manner ot conducting their business, they will give gener.-il salisl'aclion.- Aileiiii-aace from lo tu 3, (not alter). Trilling hialters cannot be noticed. N.B. Tradesmen with a heavy slock of goods on hand, and who have orcttinn f. r temporary sum*, m.-iy Iiesupplie4l without li:iving recourse to the Ptiwiibroker. R.\I'l"D"^Nb~K.\Tri AORDI \ A R V A D V.\NCif OF SUP KB UN K fHVIlL SAMUEL SALAMAN, Tayl�r, Ljo.man, Em-hroiderer and Sword Cutler, 'i, Nei^^Sireet, Coveiit-Gaiden, hig< bave most respittfolly to return his iiiosi sincere thanks Xn bis frimiU in general, for the distinguished in.inncr they have proved Ihe superiority of hi� materials, workra.-�i5trij�..-iiid moderate charges, by emplmiifu him, ai.d fxpreising their highest approbation ot hi- .irncl.s in geiie-ral, for upwards St years: :�;!d assures ib-ninotirMig sh.ill be wanting ou his part 10 merit a continuai'ce of their patronage ; nt tlie laiue time lakes the opportunity of inform iig the Nobiliiv, (ieiitry, and Publ c in general, he is enabled to HBritir^&e bn the I're-inises. Of nVis i'.state 50 acres are Cop\ hold, the n'maiiidcr Freehold.- Pnssession may be h.id at .WIchaelmas net 1, the 'i'eiiaiil, .1. Edw:ird?, having had notice to qnil.- Forpriie and further parliculars, .ipply person.-illy, orb\ letter pust-paidj^to.l. I., (^lose, or 1. if. t.'onper, l-.st;rs. Gulden Lion, Jp-�ich ; where a .Map of ihe Fslale miy be Si-en. MTimrBiiTrNfj of YoirixsiiiR i.. ILIGIULK FREEHOLD COUNIRY RE. 'J SIDKNCi-; and KSTAti' in Cleveland.--T� be Sl)LI) by PKIVAT'J CONTRACT, and ent. red uiKin alter Ihe sixth day of A,)ril next, thecajiiial Mansion Hmi.se tiiid lOslate called the PLANTATION ; consisting of a nr.il inodern-bHilt House, Coarh-housc, Stables, well-slocked Gtirdeii, Plaiitaliltis, .and Pleasuie-gniiind-, in g-jod oider and repair, and a Farm'llomeslad, and 104 .-\rres of Land nf Ihe hrst qualily adjoining tlie Mansion, snlijecl to a sTiiaII modus in lieu of corn aad hay tithes, ;ind situate in liie Township of Tockels ,ind Parish of (Ii-hr.i', a ni irkct town, at the distaure of one mile, to which ihcre is a daily post.- The*situation is well worth llie .attention of a geatleinan, being extremely beautiful and well i^heltered, coiinnanding a view of llie Cleyehind Hilis, in a c>u,iiry cloilied witii wood, inlersicted widi excellent read-, and frequented hv fox hioinds and hariers, an I not more ilian live miles from the sea.-The premises may oe viewed, and further p.irt!4nlars known, ou applicatinnin Henryllnle. l.-ii. at the i'lanli^lioii ; Al r.Mow 1)1.1 y, of Kirklealham: or Air. Itoniiire. of Storkloii. COLLlEltV TO Li.l . rpUE valuable and ex^.-i.-i.c COLLIERY of A   I! I'.M FOB!) upon the K'late of Parkhal!, in the P.i-rish of Muiravuiiside and Cnuiily of Sin ling. This ( irliery romprelieuds a very lar;;e and proven field ofexcellriit Ciial, pi-ssesses an e*li-inivp ii level free, works a good Se;im i>f J fed, ai a depth ot from seven to eight fatiioiii- only, is weU rotifed, will turn out anv qii;iniiiv ot coal of Ihe viry be?t quality,eujo\s tlie advanlages -f roW roads, and is situated in a vers populous <-uui ihruiiig I ouii- E' try, being little more than four miles troin the tow ns''ol I'al- rpHE real JAPAN BLACKING, made by ; JL- DAY and MAItTI.N.-This invaluable Composition, with half rhe usual l.ibour, produces the most briMiant jet black ever beheld, altords peculiar nourishment l n the Proprietors [.state of the very best ipialitv, and a= the Coal has upon trial been found to be peculiarly adapted fcr furnaces. A Tenant may be accommodated on lease with whatever quuiitiiy of ground he m.iy wish around the works. Oll'ers In writing, specif) iii� a tixed rent, or optional rovalty, niav be made to Alexander l.iviinst-me, l.sq. of P.iikhall, the Proprietor, at Clarkk^.ine, by Falkirk; or 10 Michael LinuinK. I lerk (> ihe Sitciet, 'I diuburn'i. -.Mr. Foster. ;U the Coljicrj, wiil sh*w the � i.rk-. trilnts (�eakd up ) and treat ior^TW ELVK HU.NDKED Mil.I,For IJRL.s-SLD CANADA,5tAVKS. to consist of I'lpe, Hiigshead, and Barn-I Staves and Heading, in t/ie/o/-T.,Ki�^ jinip.irtioiis, fir.-Pipe 4-lilli paits','Hogsheud'4-lt*llj pans. IJarnl J-I'2th part*, and Heading l-l'ilh part; l, te dri.itird iulu Ilia f�ctiiail.n:; >7.irfi n/ Depttord, Ports-uiiiKlll, Hiuf Pl^miiulU; 111 sucA grmntilUs ns mnu hrrriifler br rUUrmineti upon, ont halj Ihirro/hy the 31s/ "/Oclolieri IHIO, mxdihs nlher half by tlif .Ust Jaiuiary, 1611; ond lo bt )>aiit^J'�r *e Hills, yayatilt utitli Jjitzicil nimly days aJUr diiic. Tht ComUliviis of Ihe Contract, n\(iy he letn al,tht Sccn-taru'i Ollliem '� No TMider r.;r a lc�s quantity than Use Hundred .Mille will bii,adn:itted. .No rrgard teill he had to nny Tender in*hn:hthr Price jha'l luil 61: inserted iv ^>rds at lengthy, jr thalskaH nut he dclivereif 10 tin, fliiiiid liej'oie finest.'clock ,.n'the said Tuesdav. llie 'Llil instant, nur unlea the. persun ak intakes the Tender, ur some i,enun on  hu behalf, attend*, to  anneer ItANSPtMT-OFFlCK. .May la.lScg. WHEREAS the Eleven Frencli Ptisoncrs of ff "ar namexl aud described al the feot hereof, have ab-sctindxd /rum the linens nf Wantage, W incauton, Ofid Tivcr-14111, ill violalion of Ihcir Purule of Hunuui ; the Comtnii-.wuMera- fur Coiithiiiiiii; Hin .'Jtijeulu i I'miisyort Service, Sjc. da herein ojfer a fin:aid iif FIVE Cly'INEAS/or the iUcdptme of eac\ af the said I'liiontisi to ani/ Person or Persons tchj ^htiit ttppre4iend them, o-r either of them, and iUl-ver thrm ,U t/iis Ojjicc, or utnericine cflime Ihern lo be tcuiirly lodged in uiiu of the Public Gnoh. I'llOM WANTAUL. T. D'lIAC.EN Vll.LAN, Midshipman, 20 years nf age, h feel t) inches high, well made, lung vi-:i^e, .sallow con-plexioii, light brown h.iir, hazle eyes, has a mole on the left clKvk, 1. 1:. (iALTHI-.HN, Mid^ipman,M years of age. .') feet 93 inelies high, well ma.ie, ovul vis.ige, dark complexion, black hair, .uid h.izleeves. P. P. THAUAL U, "Mldiliipman. '21 ypnr.= of age, 5 feet 7 inrbes higii, well raat'e. Ion;; vis;!ge, -nllow complexion, light brown hair, hazle e\es, has a nu'le on Uie lefl cheek. .lEAN CL().\ itl,.>, burgeon, si; ^eaIs "f age, ti feet high, sioni,' oval visage, fair complexioii, dark hair, and h..zle ey�;3,_4i)arked w illi Ihe small-pox. i FitOM WINCANTON. W. Le CO.NTEC.N, Aspinint, �0 years of .ngc, 5 feet .'iJ inches high, blender, oval visage, fair comple.xiim, bruuu hair, and grey eyes. IICA.n LaSON, F.nsrigne rie \ ais^enn, 20 years of .igp, ') feel TJ inches high, slender, long Visage, dark'eumplexiiiu, d.i-.k blown h.'iir, .-indniazle eyes. .ILAN MAli IK OLI-.l'TA,'Aspirant, 17 years of age, t> feet high, slender, long visage, rallier pale, dark hair, Ja.rlt eyes, marked with ihesmajipox. J FAN DEBl'.SEI', Surgeon, 23 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches h-gli, slender, oval visage, pale, dark brown hair, and hazle eyes. LOI Id I.LI-.NF.UJt, Lieuten.-int of .\rtillery, ."JOjyears of age, feel 8 inches high, ."lont, long visage, brown complexion, black hair, and hazle eves. FRO.M TlVl.UTON. JI:AN BAPTISTl, .MAKTI.S, Lieutenant de Vaifseau, .1:) years of age, .') feet .iJ inches hi;;!i, -lender, Otal visage, dark complexion, dark h.air, and liazle e^es. ACGUITJ-; Vl.ittilC.N, Fnseijcne rie V aisseaii, 31 years of age, ') feel 74 inches hish, middle sixeil, oval visage, dark coniplexioii, light brow n hair, and grey eyes. SPRING PIIYSIC^AjT the jjresent .season of the year are,parlieiilar'iy recorinnended,lhe famous SU-GAIl PLUMBS for Worms'; they are n.itunlv a sure remedy for Worms -in Children aifl adults, bol if t.-iken at the spring or autumn by those who have no Worms, will effectually pnrify the blood, and cleaisc Ihe stom.ich, preventing innumerable diseases during the remainder of the year. Sold only at B. Burchell's. 79, l.org-aere. ami Mrs. Randall (late Tutt's), at the Koy:il Exchange,and positively no where else (by his appointnieiil) in London, in boxes, 2s. 8d. e.ieh.- Where, and where onlv, are sold Ihe true oiiginal .Anodyne Neck-lacesfur Cliillreii cutting Teeth, after wearing which but only one night. Infantk have cut their Teeth with perfect safety,"who were nearly reduced lo the grave hy liis. fevers, cwnviilsions, .tc. all iinioceediii' from tiieir Teef !i, pi ice 9s. aTaLiTON to TAVKlt.N, llOTCf., aud FAMlUbS, INN   KLEPMBS. COnivS'S PJ'ADlNG SAUCE, for FISH, GRAVIES, s\:c. This Sauce is generally us at lahl-, ns .1 suhstiiiiti- Tor India Soy, Lemon Piikle. Qniii Sauce, 4(s. anil ise^feenieii |i(coli.irly rielicioiis wilh (iaine, Wild Fowl, Hashes, Buiii|i .St.ii;e-. .ud Cold Meat. I'nec.-I'iats ;s-Half PiM= 2-. This exrellei:t and justly roUbrated SA'JCF. h.tvingrp-ccivtfd the ap|irii!-).ilion and recoininc.'!d;;tien of some of the tirsf fainiles in the kingdom, lias uidnred several vend-rs of Hsh s.iuirs lo oiler for sale ciiniposilinns of their own, under the saiMC n.inie ; thi' proprielnr, therrfove, be^-' to c.iiitioii 111- fiiea�!s, and the enrii'ii- in pal.ile, ag.ilnsi -..jcli imposition, and to infonji ihfin ;uiri the public, thai it is tmly to he had geiniiiic (in London) al ;Mr. .M;iwhev"s. hsliii;nnrer to his Ma-jesiy, 5i;, W ignioie-slreet, ('avcndi.h-s- f U'i.Ies, .N.i. Sy,",iiid90, Strand ; .Me"3s. E. and W. Ball, It.Mian Oil Warehouse, HI, New Bond-streel ; .Messr-'. Pate and (.'o. 15'.', Strand ; Mr. Avrling, Italian ai:d Oil Warehou-c, .No. 6J, Piccadilly, cornel' of Al-bc!narlc-sln-ct; .Mr- Cha|iman. fruiter, r," J'J, Old Uond-sueer; .Mr. Tyce, 2d, Halton-tiardcn ; Mr. Lambert, II, Ludg;ite-hill; Mr. Willows, li'ilimiin.;er, Str.ind; .Mr. d'ood-niati. fishmonger. Little .Maddox-sireei, llaniiver-sqnare ; .Mr. T. Groxes, hshmnnger, opposite llie .Admiralty, Char-iiig-CrosS; Mr. (Joter, 2. Mi!Hng-gatc; .Mr. IJigtJ, fishmonger. Temple-har; .Mr I'lulin, oilin.iii, 'ill, .Miniid, and mS, opposise ."sonierst I pliice; .Mr. .'Mien, fi-I-monger. Lumber-court; Mr. Prior, li.-hmonger, 20.i, corner of E-sex-slncl, Slr.-ind: Mr. lirown, iMr. I.oiv, and .Mr. Tahor, tish-mongers, Le�deii-hall.maikel; Mr. I lemeuls, ti-limonKer, .lermyn-'treel ; .Mr. Itousc, fishmnnger, \ :go-hine, near Fjurrmctiiu-Gardens; .Mr. Hull, uilman, Ij, Aldj^ate; and Mr. Blondoii, fishmonger, Ujipcr Seyniour-slrcet, Portman-sqiian-. Sold also by Mr. Frinklin. chynii-t .Tid druggist; Mr. Snip-iiii, and .Mr. Andrew*, Kairi; Mns. \y hiie, .Sudliurv : .Mr. Oliver, Suilhurv ; Mr. llawUin-, ti-liinonger, Jligh-Wy.omtie; .Mr. Hick'-, and .Mr.'i;igfr. lligh-.ire. 1, Oxford; Mr. D;i\is. lishinonger, (Ibiuceslei ; .Mr. .Nofinn, ilenley ; Mr. JJirk.t* Wallinsford; Mr. U. i Jo.,-las, W ire, lierts ; Mrs. Colebonrne, ( lii]iprnii.im. \^ill-: .Mrs". Illakirs, grHcers, Brighton; .M-ssrt. I'i-hiik.-. and (>.( . Snlisl)ur\; Messrs. Trim and Kell-nv, Sonlhainplon; Mr. Wiioilwan't, Winchester; .Mr. Savage and Mr. Ivy re, grocers, Farnhair; Mr. Ke.ates, Wind.-or, Mr. Mercer", druggist, Abingdon; Mr. T. Gorton, Manche-ter; Mr. S\ heeler. Hali.in VVare-hoHSe, Liverpool : a'd (wholes.a!e and retail) at the Proprietor's, Duke-street, Reading. Berks._  V the KLn(;"s~PATEN ��-Or. NORRlb'S _   FL\ LR DItOPS.-The erperipnre of more than half a I eniui V h-is so fully establi:hed Ihe repnf.-ifion of this iiivahriliie Medicine, that it is now u'ineressary to expatiate on it-ell cacy : in rvi-rv speciis of Fe\er, parjicularly the .Scar!, t Fever, and the Vrllow or Putriil Fevers, they have never been knoe.n lo fail, when .idminislrred agreealjle to the diicciimis. In the Measles, Small Pox, Ter�hing, and molt Di orders incident to lliiildri-n, they are an infallible remedy. The decays and discomforU of advanced life are i.niter their immediate influence ; (hey IrBm^dialely stop tu.; piogressof a Iresh cold, and are particularly adapted as a xenial restorative. The Family BoUles 22i. sold at th � Doctors House, No. 29, Lower Brook^street, Grosrenor-squaif : where orders for exportation are doly executed- Smaller Bottles Us. and 2s. 9d. wholesale aad retail, at Hacoii's, l.'iO, Oxford street: and hy most r?speclaMe Venders in loivii and roiinlry.- Also  Dr. Norris's celebrated Ami bilious Pills, wilh ample directions, 2s. 9d. the box__1 Ot>serve that the words " Thus. Norris Moore' are e -graved on the GoTtrumcnt Stamp; no olben> are or can be g< nuin.�.   

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