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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                4,580. TUESDAY MAY 23. PRICE SrXPPNXE-HALFPENNY. A has received the anonymuus LeU. IRISH FRltND.and will be glaU tore-menliuDed. P""'l.rti he ooeiiei oil Thursday, lite 2olh inst. THE Second EXUlBLTIONof DRAWINGS, by the a^ociated Artists in Water Colouts, is now ^�^''''t a'rrTl.-':r^'-trof A^^^^^                                       o|i. !:at No. 101, New Bond-street.-Admittance la.-Cata-'i-^.dat il! P ArSNlc-str.-et._     logues 3 ,n wiiri.Saho,ani! of Tbomas Slurr, Secretary, Thea- , ^itoomyV . -.-:- ^       .....  gtisscos-jBLOjS'a, Betjford- with the wariMst sense of tiiiucs to give the full valur, in ready money, for Dinmunds and Pearls, tit No. 32, CocWspnrstnct, Charing-cri>s>, opposite the Camion Tavern.-N. IS. A diamond necklace and a pair of drop ear-rhi;:s ti^he sold che.-ip. years, a handsome spacioas GOTHIC RESIDEN CE, with UK- : about (iO acres if desired, of arable and posture land, in the Ladies, en ~e of a tine sportic^ country,'abounding with game and numerous well stocked fish poods, and within eight miles uf the Surry fox huunils.-Attached to the nbsve is a noble green-bouse, which opens into the dining room ; a beautiful garden, surrounded by lofty walls, richly cloathed with the choicest fruit trees, extensive pleasure ground.^, and indeed every otlier nrcommodation that can be desired. The whole uf the buildings has lately undersnne a' thonm;;h repair.- Further jiartirulars may beknoHuat..Mr.Midiiletun's, .S'o.Cil, St. .lamei's-strcet. ONEY__A.GentUntaq ha.s Thirty Thousand ___ Puiindj to'tey out in the piircha-re of Aimuitiesy from r-    n I'AUKll rrKUK>i   Src-\ lle�aril   of i 10.*W>'- on real or nppni?ed per^imj Security, re- U J AKIMI-VLlAitV.>, &C.-A Itevtaru   oi ; deeroabVat the option of the ll.Krower, and for which a FIVE OUlN EAS �111 be paid to a>'v pfrsoii pfo   . liberal arice will W^ivca.-Letters ro.ul naid> aildresseil f^^IiTillNG, gtiSSCOS.- Tl'. House, deeply impressed �i iJ.atifbr the many favour/receh fbr the many favour/ received frpm their numerous rLfcjtavenow the hoOTta-�f arqttaintiag .them, the^iiobi-C%�i�rniry, that for their bettc- accommodation they wjskrti Bedford-.H"use, which wa? tipeiied l:l^t sea'-on as iHoiise. but the Ued-roftnisbeihc ao .�inall mkiie ________ paid ( duciog the Crrtifira'e of Marriage oeiween William Mundy and Ann Holding, wliicji look place about sixty years ago, ni a Church within forty milies of London, on applying lo Hugh Mundy, No. a, Shorter-street, Wellclosc-siiuarc, romib'ft and cdnvviiifn.'p. lb neaniiM to the sea .and the iihrivies must, be considered one of. the first liiiiatiims in '    -     No Lady er Gentleman admitted without a If rtfewicf or introdnetion. liberal pnce will W^ivco-Letters (p*ul nijid) aildresseil to Messrs. Holt and Co. No. 22, Clarges-street, Piccadilly,, will meet due aUeotioQt ofpersdiul application Jietween the huunOf two aria four.-No B^^^^e^ need apply. , TRAVEL'L1:R'S place wantcd.-^ATradestnaB \ f^,HELTENHAM NEW I'OST COACU s -ctable rt'ferei)ce� can be given. L'-ltcrs adi'resscd (post paid) lo A. W. .No. 1. A>ldle-sireet, VVood-sifeel, Cheapside, wiH be dulv attemleil n>. B' A'tri VELLUM LIOTER PAPERS of .Su. .befwOatilitics, sold b.v R. HOFFMAN, Sl.ilinner |ioifeDiiki!ol'Kem,^c; 418; Strand, six doors from Bed-fbri4�rrd,o|ip"S;tel!ie AdeJphL Quire. I Ream. I Quire. ~  Tbingilt........1 3 Thick gilt .. ...1 6 Largetbiugilt ..1 9 Large thick gilt 2 0 TiiiriV,...! jHt*-^...l Uinthiu. 1 19 &} 26 .29 Ream. "2 0 26 0 29 0 32 0 rpo  NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN.- JL Want-aSilUiitiouasGAiiliEsr.nand f.and Sri.ward, oras Cardcncr only, amiddle aged Man, a native of Scotland,, cf respectable Conncelions, has a thorough knowledge of bis Business in all its various branches; and whose character from his last Situation, for assiduity and industry, will bear the strictest investigation.-lets�(post paid) addressed A. B.aiid left at the Post Oflice,Stockwell, willbe immediately atteniled to. inMiM^'of Papers of thebfetcaanufacture, Stalioiiery, &c. MA SHAWLS on SALE at No, 148, Slraitd. I WILLIAM and DAVID JEREMY most respectfully MinrLaaies and Gentlemen desirous of purchasing India ftii#itbey have at present the largest and most elegant fllWioiieTer seen in this country on sale} also solicits fa-�lif> jo inspect a curious assortment of Irish Linen, Slie>-t-im, Damask and Diaper Table Linen, Muslios, and Shawl-!, tlld.'tliey are selling cunsidisrably under tlie regular price. VSiaiB and David Jeremy, No. 148. Strand, three doors ftwfomerspt-hunse.   . fEWllARWndPIANO:FORtE MUSIC- *lrwt pnblished bv Messrs. GdULDING, PHIPPS, PIIMAWE aiHi Co. No;124, New Bond-strcrt, and 7, -lltwrelaad-Mreet, Dublin, a favourite SERENATA n}tC'Harp and Pianoforte, composed, aad drdir.ited to CHyde, by G. Kerrnri, price 3s. 6d.-Les Quatre Sai-'WpirteHarp ou Piano fort�-,.awecAcc'>ii)pagiiiuient d"une Aj}, composed by J.; Jay, price^Ss.-Three new Sou;�ta5 # ili� Piano-forte, fn whi�h are introduced favourite Airs Soi^'ffe"Or. Rniiie,.....ii.5 5 J.Cumey Ivgq.,........2 2 H.y.Trfshim.Esq.R.A.'i 2 His Grace the Duke of � fioinerset,........... JO 10 W. Marsh, Esq.......- .o j ,4oiia..v-,..v......-..5 ^ .M�B�Icr,i;5q.....-,,2, ? Tktraiaj Bone, Esq.....2i) ,0 �9l�lllUbbei4,jun.E!q.3 5 DjirlMoore, Esq..,.. 18 ll).  _____ ^0 evry Stibccriber of Two Gijirieas and upwards will be pnsrtUflan Kiigruving  re Tuesday, llie 6tA of June; bnt nun� kiC be recciviid aflrr Ehren o'Clock on thiit rfoy, no>- trill any Trni er be-notitrd nnleii made on or anuered to a printed Piirticular, and the price inserted in Kordx at kn�ih, nor unles a Letter be siiljuined lo such Proposal frum lau respectable persons engaging to became bamil pith the pxrti) tendering in tlie sum expressed in the Parliatlars, for the due performance of the Contract. CROSBY'S N EW BUILDERS' PRICE-BOOK, for 1809. GENTLE.\IEN ARTIFICERS, antl ail others eoDCcrned in Building, are re>pectfuny iiifoimed, ihat an entire New Kdition, cuasiderably altered and iroproveit according to the Prices now allowed, is tbU day publiiibtd, corrected tbrougbnut lo the present time. �, * Twelve Ediliun-, in all 20,000 Copies, have been sold within five years of this nsefiil Work.-To prevent, d^iup-puintmrnt, e.irly applications are desired, to Crosby and Co. ^o. 4, Stalioiiefs'-court, Ludgate-slnet.___ BY his Majesty's Sp.,ijl Appolottnenr.- JON ESS POLYGRAPHKT, or M.�NIFOtD WRITERS, No. 4, Wells-street, Oxford-street.-The Inventor begs leave to inform ihe Public, that, by hii> invention, several Fuc-simile� of Writings or Uniwiiig> muv be made by mie elliirt, without Peu, ink, or Peocil^by an iiistrumeiit whirh' never requires Ihe lc.-i>t repairs. Thi- sutistifv'e for Ibe Ink is periu.-uient, in the most portable form, invariab'ie in all climates, .nnd not liable to hlut; it also nmintaiib tl>e s*'eat- inartheo, and Millford-lJaven Mail from the above liua. Couches every Evciiiiig WANTS a SI rUATiON, a. Marrietf Man, thirty six years of ape, who is well acquainted with the different improved methods of FARMl.NG inthe (;oiinty of Northumberland, and the south of Scotland, as also huy-iiig, selling, and rearing stock, and the maiweemeiH of Collieries. Letters addressed (post-paid) to A. B. to the care pf Mr. Sievwrighi, Edinburgh, will heduly atlciided to. May 18, 1809.      _    _ BRIGHTON NEW NIGJIT COACH seis out from the Gulden Cross, Charing Crots. every Evening at Nine o'clock during the Se.ison.-Coaches thnnigii Ihe New Road, RWgate and Cucktieid, and aiso tlirough Lewes^f^ery morning at Seven and Eight. EAST BOURN COACH, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sa-'turdav Mornings. H.A.SnNGS COAX'II, cverv Mornimt.   ' WORTHING NEW CO.AC II--very Morning. MARGATE, RAMSGATC,   UO\ER, uhd  BEAL, every Morning .ind Evening. Cuacbea tsall the Bathing .ind Watering Places io the kinedom, by Ccorge Buultun and Co. NNUinES REDEEMAiiIvE.-.MONEY.- Nolilemen aod Gentlemen accomiuodnt.-vl with Money from20uJ. to do.OOO/. on Freehold, Leasehold, or Copyhold I Estates, Money in the Funds, Cleigyiiieu'i Livings, M;ifriage ! Setdemeiils, Widow's Jointures, Grants from the Crouii, No advance on IRISH LINENS, at No. 50, Great Russell-street,npposiIe the British Museum.-The Belfast Lineli t'ompany Ii;i'-it:g a large Stuck on hand, previous to the arfvaiKC,c�ntimieb to supply the I'uhlic-il their originnl low prices.  Thi-y sell no anicie liul Irish Line  und Sheelinf, warianie .l>ric, and to be bleached without cheiiiiail acid. As various mistakes have oci-i:ried, ihcv make kiiou n,4lieir Linens can be had at no hoasc in Loudon, lint the above, as they have no connection witn any other - A single piece (and not less) at wiioh-sale price. With Country orders a rerait{,ince is requested. Cash for Iri5.i1 Notes. N. B. The Trade supplied .is usual, at No. 50, Great Ruj-sel street, opi-ositethe British Museum.-E. Burcb, Agent to the Company. ib "bearded gentlemen.-mose- T NAU's original STROP for RAZORS,long known and untvereallv approved of In every part of the World, whcrehy Shaving is not only rendered easy but pleasant, and bv a simple process, keeping Razors in perfect order, with- the Admirers of FRENCH WINES.- Prize Wines-Four hundred Un^en of excClleirt V de Grave, at-63s. per Dozon ; and Five hundred l)ozn'. French Port, at54s. per Dozen, Bottles included ; a Wine possessing all Ihe richnes* of Portugal Wine, with Ihe delicacy and flavour of Burgnndy.-.Applications to be made to Mr. A. Todd. Prize Ae'-nt, 321. Strand. I &c. MeMrs. SHKRLEYand Co. beg to inform the Nobility j ;;u,.rimiiiigorthe use of the'hone. To prevent imp.isition, are i and Gcn.rv�hev have from 20yt00/. to ia.OuO/. to .lispose of, 1 s,|j ,,ui;u ilie Inventor's and sole Proprietor's, No. 4, VTig- in.ujy SHm(roiu200Moth.itamoutif, on the persoi>al secu- . n,,re.5tieet, Cavendish-sqiiure.    Strop and   Composition. "*    rilyof Noblemen, or Noblemen s Heirs, or Gentlemen of | j^:,             Miintuellier Herb Wa�h-Balls, and Spcrmaeetti 1 kiiown property, bv applying to Messrs. .�ierl-y and Co. j  ,^^,    "     . - .    -    - -  -j-- No. 37, Clipsione-street, Porlland-plate, trom eleven to Ihrceo'clock, or Letters (post paid) fiam Town or Country answered by return of post. ���L- TOBiriLDEJlS. WlLTS.-llOUSE OF CORRECTION.-- ^ f The Jnstiee� of the Pe.ice, at the general Quarter KwttM held atNew Snrum, in and for the County of Wilts, "Tuesday, the llUiday of-this instant April, having ap-^ed of a plan for building a new House of Correciidnat in the said County, , loeJsUereby given; That the said plan, and the eleva-r actions,aiid speciflcatiiihs th'ci-ei>f, ire left at lite ollice Ort of the Peace,itt Wnidu.near SalUbury, Wills, jJ^*W�pecti�a.of aiiypcnoaor ^eryo�s in^^^     to undcr- ilJfii*""? iPclincd to contract'f(|f the building and carrying ' ^iiUa {Atoe3(eet)iioir(e]Kelit>'x (with bodies and T r sleeves complete), square Mantles, long and short Veils, Sleeves, Shirts, Tnckeis, Chemiietj, Half-kerchieA, and Hoods; Minerva, Diana, Aanc Bullen, Queen Catheriiie, arid various other Caps, all on Itriiish point, wzirr.inted to wash, and Patent Net; Black Uice Orrsses, with new and bi-iiutiful Iwders, not 10 be distinguished from Frencli Lace; also some veryelegant Dancing Dresses on Paris Crapes and India Muslins, with elegant borders both white and coloured ; at muell lower prices than any otiier fashionable hon>e; FoBrt�:STamf Co.'s Warehouse, 286, High-HolbuRi, three doors from Great Tunisiile. BUNDANT beauty.-I. a large scaled Pactet,,coiitai(iw fifty selected sorts of Seeds of finest FLO \YKRS, V hick till till a Garden with fmgr^ce; and . with one vast,'prefuse, contjimrd glow of beayty..tff ry pretty present Cor:L!idies in ihe Country.) Als'p.2.'iAnother Packet couiaining Seeds of esculent Vegetables, beitigall.the softs eenerally reouir^d iu the lyitchen Garden, cxeept Peas and B�ins5 all uf selected sisperjor kinds. Each of these is sold by Mrs. Vogler, 33,'South Molion-street, price Ope Guinea. . .   ' VjriHREE NEW SEEDS,-1. a new enormous JL .COSS LETTCCE, whichgrowseighteeniDcheshigh, and above two feet round; it is far sweeter, crisiker, and whiter tbnnnnr former sort.   ]lgro�'s rapidly, turns insonn,. and is almust'all he.irf__9. A new purple tJROCOLI of equal siipcriority ; its lieads are as large its cauliflawers, it sLindslow .lud grows quick, its flavour is'most delicious, aiid its colour, when on-the table, must cai>tivaiiiie.-'-3, Anew' EASTERN CUCUMBER, which brings wonderful fruit, oftca nearly two feet long, tlraight and finely shaped, pf the deepest green, and its flavour is rich beyond de>i. James Woods of Onuskirk, having been earnestly solicited to adopt .1 plan hy whicb'his Patent Machine fjnr redu.^ cing labour in Churiiiiig, may be roorpj(enerally known, and the expenceof can-i.-igt-, which has bitfaerfo acted as a pro* hibitiou lo its general Uiie, be saved, Ras in compliance wiik the derirc of many resi>ectable farmers, who have girea It a fair trial, anil arc I'.ioroughly convinced of its great iKiUfy, determiixd to sell the riglit of mnkinj; rfnd vending �rf them -to one person oijK, in any town io the united Enfirt', aid that it may be brought into, );eo sion-holl^e may �?oinfnrlableresidence for a genteel Family, ine luinpi Road from Worcester 10 London runs through the Parish.l, rfisiant Cut' miles from Chipiiing Norton, three frotn Morton iii.tbe Marsh.-six from blo>v 00 the Wohl, and 1, EAD MINES lii Scotland.-To be-LET, on advantageous term-, the whole Ml.VKRAL VFINS, supposed to be very rich in I.ead, lying in Ihe Hills of South and over CamberliCads, in the Parisli of Lesmaha"�ow .-md County of Lanark, within about -^H miles of {.'hijginv and ly of- Edinburgh, in tJie vicinity of good roads and abundance �f Coal.and Limestone. Tlie "Proprietors of the above Minerals wi-re indiicJil-to make a sniatl trial for the purpose uf provingthe .metal, which ihey did by driving two levels a few fiiibora? iiilo one of the hills where the. vein "came up to tlie day.  Tij both places regular and strong-Veins of spar acc^pnniet) with.stelcd letters (marked. Ktiaeoattide'wilh corresponding mottoes or other devices) ^MiDing Ihe names aa^ addresses of the peisoDSsending the ' iJJl�K!P�riS,^ j)S :t.^�0,intfl. t�M-�akl^Hkve^W � Ii^l.-ind ivJd&A^qMtvon itslmport3tion,aiid.' ^i�t Aqtenca being rescinded, all -f-rs.-.' wii��iiirt^id� if'a fcajcitjp of Flax is at vi removed, atiiitiieltlbhlLiDe4 Compaav liave the satis-JWV^toie.aWe|0>pr�miM iq caattDue seiliog-.*t their 2�1. E�C�,wWch^M?ajby wholeiSfe In rreland.-They win^atttde bitt JHsK lanenv^ntrtless'ihan 8 piece j �fcli J��<'ivf aSfteial) liranAiilBd^ t�fiibrk, aiM to hefiteach-.a ,.,        . . -fa&iiHapptars.: roifBaiikWJiiei.'  onc, &c. Shopkeepers, and those wanting to bt^ largely, will find .1 great advantage by an earlv inspection of the articles. A qu.intity of White or Black Silk, 6s. 6d. to the best qualilieii, equ.itiy'cfaeHp; stout Cotton Stocking, at Is, a paii; very tine, 2s. lid.; super^oe, Ss. 6d.; Brown Cutton^for boots, Is. 6a.; fine Ribbed Pot-too, 2^. 3d.; a variety of Gloves, from lOd. a pair; Lace Sleeves, Is. 6d.; aad a variety �f otbrr fashionable articles, ' too numerous to mention, at No. 52, Cheapside.-iSo abate-tnent from price finf asked._.      _ HARVEY'S SAUCE, for Twh, Gaauj, &c.- ' E. LAZEN BY respectfully iafarmi the Nobility aad Geotry the abbvc'admired Article is prepared only'ai her Warenouse, No. 6,.}idward-s|reet, Portmao-square t apd appoiptment, may oc had lif- T. Baxter, Edioliarih 1 Boll. Scarborough; Gregson, Ltverpool j Geiljr, "iUvt&t*-ter; Tett}, Brigbtea; Ltmicnl, Soalbaaiptoo t �Ui�t aadi Leedbam, ^ath-.{ J^flbr^i, Salisbv^; Xi^er^ Swaiisea, &c.^ And to pFcvem spbrioiis imitalioaE.cacb bntUe ha* Mr. Halr-vey's sign.iture on tbe label.-K. L.'at the same tiiw bCM= to recommeod her geimineEssence-oetAach^viafSt .i  MfW^i eaii never be MTpaa^.. 'The nttay vA-k over e�cnr , cleansing, bracing, and prtservtng the Skio from tbe beat of'the sun; and is nljO' found an c.xceUent de-feoce-agaiost cold winds and sharp frosty, afr. Sojd in Stiuares and Balls, Is. each, with the words " Sa-liiMl Berry'^ on the wrapper. The Proprietor lecornmends it as the best Soap for sltaviiig, producing a fine soft lattet-, jrovrer for tender Faces, in round Cakes, is. ehch. Prepared andl^by S. Berry, Whole^le Perfumer; No. 17, Greek-itreet,"8oJjoj-aBd. by his appointmeot,at the prinripal Per-famen ia tciiwtpn and different Towns in tbe three Kingdoms. JEW IMPROVED GRECIAN and ot�>er fcAMPS-By lii! Majesty's Royal Letters-Patent, granted 10-JtSMETHURST, for hii NEW IMPROVE* MEN^on LAMPS with spiral burners, that burn vritbo�t tai&kiVaaA give the most brilliant tight ever produced froni ^,^t^ tsayte used in tbe most elegant apartments, dfan-.^and dinioe rooms, sideboards, libraries, halls, and stair-cat^i^'biniiura tables^.coiiDtingrliouse, shops, and for bitazed . ..       .-------.----5_ jgj^nic- 138, Ne�r __^______ _____^ .-AlsoOJd Brm Pditettt Lamps with fotmtains, altefsd totbe Hew l>ht�rtpriofeiple.-G�wine. Spermaceti Qil, at Ss. �ptrgaSt m #.'�ttetliiH�t'> afew erected Sbew-r^ms are now open. N-s ^HE GROW III and PRliSERVAtiON of the HAIR,  The NUTRITIVE LIQUID preveiils Baldness, restores and promotis the Growth of the Hair, .....STRINGENT LOTION ng off, cleaus-it, and ary of these articles ..... .._......, .    - families in the kingdom, ��md they are o.>>ed and recomnieiidetl hy the following and other iiriucipal Hair-Dre-'^ierj in London:-.y.frr^. Daulhe-mar, (,'corgt-street, Hanover square ; Hall, Princes-sirccr, Hanover-square; Lacon, Berkeley-square; iMarshall, Wig-iiiore-slrrei ; Wimi, filaddox-street. To he had of the Pr�-prietor, MATHER, Perfumer to th^ir Itny.ii Hig!inessi-� liie Princess of Wales, the'D'uki and Ducbrss.of York. No. 12, Edward-street, Portman-square, in b>>iiles, 5s. aim 10s. each, aud sold by hisappoiiitinert at the followiag and most other priHcipal Perfumers in Town qod Country; Messri. Bayley and Blew, Cockspur-st^eet; Gaitie, '52, Bond-street; Harding and Co. Pall ^lall; Ilendrie, Titchbomc-strect; Low, oppositeSoraeryetHouse, Strand; Hatey and Co. Three Kihgi-ciiert, Lombard-street; Bigg, Cheapside; Roland, St, James's-sfreet; Vickers, TaTistoek-sircef, Co-vent Garden; Woodman,. PiccadilU. Peffomcrs In the country supplied by their Wholesale Deaien in town on the' same termsluhy thir Proprietor._ ' COLLIERY TO LET.    , _[E ralaable and exlensive COLLIERY of idiMFORI) upon the E.�tate of Parkball, ilrdie Parish uf Moiravonside aud County uf Stirling.' This Colliery conipreheiids a very large and proven field  of eacellrnt Coal,, po^^^rs an extensive jnle, is level free< works a good "Seam of 3 feel, at a^tleptfa �f from s -Me�8rfl. CUKIIlfi �i>tl Co. XJr Sargeons, late ia bit Mn|cuy'b Service, conti|Me taiii-rect their sttidies and practice.exckiHickr to the treatment and cure of VENEREAL COMPLAJlttS, aatl tft ererr class of Debilify, whether arliir^tih>iB inegtlariiicf la liv-log, a long nesidej.re In hot.climate*, or the destructive habit of ioreotiilerate yoqlb, which entail*^ hj anticipation, ua it onbappy victims, allthe infinnitiey of �id age, bi slight c4se� ot Vtartreal Infection sipeH'ea coi� �u campiieted Inflt* ISi, Netr IJo�d-�fe�v.witb Limits in a variety of eJega�- fonWi'ifivrai^IHVpiBeey for the iD!p^ tIKir nome, no. AV>, n
                            

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