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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY  MJ!Y SO   i8C9 ''"'""fc-Jhij'ftv"- Jiirtli-daV.-Admi.-wni 'Js, >.d. \xcii prp))'>'f? �  pTrorm nn ihc Or;t i foS'>�>"S Corauii'miH-utiua l^iif v�r 17o9. -^Cb�roi. ,    Ye sn.ij of Israel.'VMaJ-cb.- Kk**- " '^*^i5**''^ theui 84il *l��uei.  'F.SS.^\Vanfi'c1 by a Family ri-siil.'nt ^^AiV r.-'.i) i.nmrfliau'ly, for O.ic Monih only, Cff.iii.lisitmpnisi a>iJ liSlly cciiii'iKK-i.t l.. supi-rinteml au.I t;-.I�-    frflm Tow,.: ihr Si.rrpy; Side ivi/ulJ he pnfLrrsrf.-Diftct Cl,rfrc.'% Jiui^itiBBt hayVlIri-a h ihu capacity t'-rrc or f,,ur ; ra~^Ui\ iJIt i IJG K ^Vi;LLS, MiilJle Griive.hoBse, yivir... illsu_�e family.ulr�;j,.H|.U^ uhum ilie r:,n li. T,KT ..n i.i-iisp,' lit f..r lli.^ rec-plion rf a lar;e an f rj y rfo htrafij fife Solicr, I'-rt ft TiirJ-t'.iiy. (Ae 6�A c/ June nt'j/j //aj hr nnilit lo r,,r te yViirfer� -n irrit/-D by Puivatf, Conthact, a . FAMI LY-lIOUSi:. witii garden partly ivd'cit, fanniii-r l)iii1iim:;t, aiidahmt iO.> acres ur ricli inradMw and Arable lan-.l, vii'ujiie I'iinii'!-     \V. nf I,iinJoii| otiilie Wat-.f,ird-n>:id.-I'jirficu'.iitp '" .'ir. J.ipji-s Ui-UiiW, A.iiciioocer, �C"tnrt'DinBrrnvrd.�...Mexnn.Vr-. F�.Tt. ?W.entUc heard Iti.n-'Sr.tll.oru*. He ^iS^^P-^Chut^ �.lli. budy i^huric.1 ..I Caarlr�-yTrrel. t{erl>fttfv-ao,i;.ir :. rfflObe SOU) foi.T very cierpr liVRUOUt^ J-  or ClMillOT OI'r.DIJiCS, five aw;l  ...x vrar*. r'linmendiilioii.- Ayiiiy til .Mr. AV. Martin, 23i Birclru-laiie� ' '""       1 illOi Gl-LUl^iCS, five ayM   .-ix vrar*. CoT'iiliil! � if bv Iriu-r, i^ost ijaitf. �    �    veJ-y fine artion, and .hptV .-i rie/il ufbliin.j { din.d cn,di(i,,i. ;il .        _ - ____*____'____ Ak� .i;.tl�..................1 ...i      _____1      T*.. 1.      ____   .-..-t i-rtJS. r AViirifcv isilie Ijimb.'-MebMali. Mr. IJirc.hntr-^. v-w to be hft^ at TUNURIDO-K.WBL,LS.-The Nohi.'jiy and (Jen'i-y vtsiUilg runbridgc Wells are riv�sl rt^iii-clfnlly acqiiainled Uiat no a}>i>lituli.),T !o It. ORLVJC."?. Oror�T, Tuabriilge Wp:is, they will be iinrai-.liatelv informnd what Lod^jns Houttf iisi-j warranlfritnunrt. Tub.oSceuatSlicHard's Slutiles, Ili);b-slro.>t, iMaryle-liniie. ^WyO be. lilJr, antl iiiay bu ftifpn. -fi. mediately, areiiiirttatile I.V.V and TA-VX; ClUlN in tlie'WM EiliiatioQ in Lrmdnn. � Any'jicr:-(m VlcTLrALLliVCl-OKMCh. May .S,  ouS. 'i>rT�rRieFf�e�ticu' ^t^^T./MoTatiick, No S^TNi^t f/HJ^J TSTANFjlvXI) AlOOH, VVlNUSOllS FONTOPi nil. � I ur Si.VlSO.VS FO.N lOi'(;0.iL:> ;/o45rf�.'ircr�i in � w/fo.'s K,*!' ,,filleUUe'nMr. (;ir�av, IJancins Mazier. IT.'-l?.A�ith orourr ii^siMantS. tfce HlH.ve acronipioh^ iFvi'av, iiancins iMaiier. (-"rt'-a'crniiipii�h> Laiiieii an.4 fousi- -OjBCrf, twelve le.�soiB;&ir two ^ruiiicas. Priictue d�ii lilmT Atj^u-lnext, all iprKioas Oi'siroui  e L4;ui-,aiiy. a'JihMay.J.-.�9. cacyanil fla�our .if BnrsnniY.-^Api.lVcatioiis to lie niiido Mr. A. Todd, Frize Ap- ui. 'Six, Sirina. BRITISH SflliVriNG CLOTH.-G. LAWF,, P;it'ntt'e.-Tlie texture liein^ coin'griced partly iif ICn;;1isli i-"Ja"C. r-Nidcrc it in every rcsjiect equal to iVisli, and iibiiut fulf the pr'Ce. . Sold only at'the Wurehonse, iS'rti 1.74� Ctieapside, near St. t'aurs.___ AN luciiinbetit nf a LlVlNCi, :iboiu la nuj.-s fr-im IJ.ithj ia atuni-rSi-lilnre, of nl�.>ni the .^I5:in:il Vai(�^' of SOiU. wi-h.-s 1.1 l.XCIiA.NUF. ii for a LiVn.j; of eqaal value. eUlier in J urho6d; not more ilian SO ii!il:*� frmn the nietropcili-, ex-clnding � Essex and Ih-itforiLliirc. u conidrKibl.-ilOUSK, witlin few Acre.-nf I'asinre, anJ a MavLOr, or oiitiiniled per-nrjMon of Shoolini. TUo Counties nf llant.-^, Herk U!j[l lie pri'ferr.'.l. AJiply -nt No. 6. CoiithaU' Court; or ietlers Tposl (laiil), ifnfflt'.|iati.ly a'.tenJed tn, aJ-dieN^d for A. O. J. at tiie above plar-. ^0 CHi��:^^tSTs, druggists and afo i ai;. CAIllKSi-To be Ui."d�ce of ihe Fstates nf his own Fiimily, -.eyor, A Map of the Fremis^-s is left aliO al the d'aiuliers of Mess. Jcnki.'i'S, Jani.sii ai:d Aiib.ili, No.     Ncir Inn, Lon.1i>n. S. !>. .A l^'asewii! iiegrantrd to    resjmnsihlc tenant K1J.TS.-'lo be SOLi) by PRIV'Al't: CON-Ta.\CT, ?. valaablc nrd fingulailv eligible FRfcE-Hl)t,0 KSTATK, Time Fr;-e, and tii'ite in a bca�ltiful njrt of llerfi ini.e.s of the melropon? 5 e'lmnnsng a rapifal resMcnCv-, itanrfinj; on a commariiiin;! �.ilnailim, armnjed with grea itaitc .ini! i'lel;ance, and posje.^-in? ever^' ;ii!�iible doine�tii- cnmfori, %*ilh rmmcrous and cor.vi-nient oilices ...^rt n'lt-!'tii:fiing-<, sf!t-eertt.d i)i-it inU at tir.!;l;i, or that shaU nutbi �le'.iyered to the   P,, re   Chia  o'CloCk  on the salt TUes.l.i), Uit \"lh ii/ Jure ucil. ii'ir on't-'S the I'trsoflieho I  mn'C'iiiic  Jiniitr, t-r iu.nr. J'cnun an his Siehiilf, nilc.n.ls lo I KXCHEliVLti KfLLOFFtCF, xMay i7, im. ;    Al! nxclicquer iiilis diilcd tn the Moutii ut'Muv icod, i yii FAID OFF. ! rg^HE Lords Continissicncrx of Ills Majeyfy's I   _fi.   Tn-aniJ-ij haviu^ given OireciiotH for payifig oil Uie i  Friiicipal of the o!' 'vemsniioued l-,Xi;iie<|uer Bills, wKti \ the lalcresi due trrcrio-i, at the E.^cJioqUer ijill O.lirc in the Retvipl of Exchequer, ^oU- Palace iard; WestihinbUrrj Bh iMonday. the ioth  !nps;ti:ct- fram, l-.t^l #�ie'lit�l,n.'   fh*� .in ,^:e^  e,/,vlirt,, iJie, Is't-ciajc: W)d the said H ^afrs'arc rndisp.'iisiblv '' from, lidi cxt'lu'din;; ditud, to the ; tt'cest will ^  ,________ required to i.ndersc e;it:i li.-vf Ji.l.S, ao-i ;?iveth(!f.H  thfr �aid i^rn day  r c>:a natior. oueday pru'iT lliefeto.. ^      ...i ,. Sntb Fursoiia zi may be desirou^'Ot. baviiij N"e\r E.-cc'is-qitei: Jlills i.T n li.:K-,lir III part paj-ment of Ifv'i kitnl, fppa- : .i:4rkiiig New ni'\f, aim mciit: .riug the-am��t Iillfi.rd-ilaveu Alail Coaches every tiriiiiig fiO:n the aiMivc ii'.;-s. [ablefcfrrccccs pivcii and experu-d. ^ Pu-ICAL INSTRU :\lENTSEXTll A OK D [-   ^1''    TE.NIl A M N t W U-AnV:-\tr. LIGHT, fn�M�A'r'of the tashio,..,blc     ,V ^''>"""f     Five oClock, from trie Oolden-cr..�, 4i�^I(ft those Ladies (.v,U.. vet.l,;..v;e .,t,t) (., s.e nnd i V       i^T,.'rn r-l/v'"*'"; >t arrives iwiiiiiey so..n.Us-r;-a\ iWo-.la'ui tin-Landing ,o \^:^^^'"'%^^^fS:,''l^'il^\-^^^^:, J-'O.SrAR �ft^diarquired by onlv a^-ew' flMJ!! pr.-.rlice, and^re I "�'^ ^ "'   ' Lin Itenhnm, (cluster, IbrefoM. Cnr- *�lT.rmi.vejdeimo laise t^JCountfy felrrats, travcl- trffijihtiiad.      ......     -.1 ,.   ... .Vtellai-p Lute, Pi.too Porir, Pedal Harp. itwswl.at hnmeand iiut> Nio. 8) Foleyphice, Pori-[QycliLiindom .      .-. ; �.  . WEDlSPn.-iRI) OF, li Yt iVA Y OF TON.T 1N E, fllKTYTHGUSANOIfftUNDS,.secured by I UfrlpiRe on. \ycanaooii  Rritl^e . and Ferry. Boat Awq^ihc Riyef i^fati nenr jiiiiiderlaiiil, in the Couu-lUiimiin,wider the-foUowiRK ^eheinc :- Ikedlvjili-d tnlo five-Classes-of.'SUua^. jeacfa* to be at-p�ilhlicnfritofsiirviyi�rslvp. . klrtCtotobecomposedotpfeffonstfiiijertlicage of 10 1 kSd Qms to be composed ajF-tfetsdns of lOaiid tiader the "SJflnato be composctj 'of^ifxsi>Bi of SG and under the Syftai*, �llli Class to be composed" cjFpersons of SO and under the KM Class to be composed of persons 6f 40 years and A 'etasfdennjistof 60shares oFlOOf. ��weHimofSiViOOf.carrips'iirtifeft at 'ip-'rcent, per 'i<�ii4*iUhepaid tathe Subscribers half-yearly, with ,*C�*4_iBtfr�t-arising -from the dei|th "V .Somiiiees, *.*T""'iti5 Nominees are .^educiid by dealb to six in ''J^when tiie principal ibhiiey ;irh IicTUie, ("n ^Jall Stalile. Yard, i^c-Tlie Canien, which are i.'i'n.ini-s i.f aii acre,i n/lhe li-wr uf fl o'clock t'> 3, with rarils Irma Mr. V mip^, ijousv anil Estate'Agent, iVo.fi. l/isrhs!re-.:t, N'ewinjijton Lutts. ^i. B. Personal Apiilieation onlv made. TIP ^AY-ov'i- iCE, H..f*^iv,vi.OTi}^ ^risoC:  lil: i'lti/maiiers GengrtH .af hz< M/'Jti.tt'pe' ��.",,^ -JB^         ey�(./ie/-<:J�y:^.i'e^Vci(r�/,-.;i!mt. oi TbaiVu.iv.'il:e-" Slh of Jene, at One o CI�Ck (a.n.J.pot later) tii-v tihl-be- � '2r BAliTLETT's PA  for TURESi-Toanswerlhe true mi - nion.of the !n.sirn inent, the Inventor h:is  induced Ihe preseni I'roprietor t.i /ih-ain a ral'v;} for it in this country, and toniferit ttheAssii;npejbf ; supposed (b be very rich in Lead, lying io (be Jlills of South ^ Snrtees, Bttrdon {j trto levels a few fatUoms into one of the bills whereihe vein caijie up rtr spar �ad i^QAP in thfe greatest Perfcclion.-S. IPiir''�''''^ raatfe^jft lni|>trtVemenls in bis weH-ItkJk � SOAP,Tecoinniends:it with risnewed (:on/i-^^'Pe�tibiUty luiiVGeDiry^.'v^euafed from that sweet i'�8S'^'!?.'''"^K>Oil, theufeiiimnebs oftlJe Peifome, ^y*nts tAe, has nierited the nttetition pnd patron- � to ihe day.   In boUi jilares regular and strong vein, rtr spj r^^w(inilies,*d ve^eemed a Salwihlftdiscovery ! W�(te fotind interfnrxed willi cadsiderable qiiAiinl  nf Le.-i """K jleaiiiing, bracing, ind preseifiiog the Skid : .Oire, of a veryricb quality.  The Proprieii/r will Rive cvci wttesiin; and Sttlin fouird.ai� exccUcitlde- ' ' ' " ... �uM wind* and sbaTp firasty air. every enVouragentent �<� .�inyire-pectableiViinifi^ Company ihnt will come forjvard and work the KF�e�, whic'.i axn be d-ine SMALL COTTAGE Wanted in Devon,' S,-mcrsct, irr Woninioiibshire, in it j)Ii;;)5ant, he;ij|j;^-siliiation, near a Market Town, and at lio ;;reat diMance ffiini tne mail) road j it iiiu-l have a jjood garden, and a few acres of meadow land will be no  aii.Ko.-iJ vviui , Sleeves, , -r-i-.-t*'-'1 "Wi Brreeties -  ^..-rr-: .I'l �       '     � '            r--isl ^-;>islq(v*l/�itb ,r r '   SU-eyeS)    .     ,  _^ '_ j .'      - -  - flrtecl^.^v*     -  _ ;- at". 5>lioe! for      �kMcA^,      , . ... Andtiic Paymasters Generalt"uf�h*ri;ivp ijoiicf thai tb.^ are willing to Co.iir..tt for'the 'ar'tike of Sh-..cs 'CTj.-lrSik-' Iriiin the olhcrpartsof tiie Ciolttiligi ''^I'-'i-fi.'     ' ' ______.............    nt Xttl'.lgi � IRON FOL'N'Dlvll aail f;-. �"�'vi" >'. \ I i IN E MAKiicK.'^  ^'^ ' I^O.be'DiippfED.i.-F by IVffTA'ri: CaNiuAcf, Wa ." iinniedi.iiely.^, I:i�! JitLSiCt-cy o/' i,,,   Iiif>,V -3.   fnler to 4iid97 . stabling for four horses, uvu coacii-bmises, su'.tnMe odieei "f every ilcscripfioir, ejteellent orchard, walled kitchen..j,ir-den "gardenif's col :e, icehouse, &c. Tiie gromiils are dis-piiieil with .peculiar taste, and lietoaso-jth aspert, v.itlva "gentle r-lnpeloa rapid river.. The bmise �ta;-4lj'On an enil-iieiice, ba"s remarkably dry cell.irs, and in every nspeet .fiiriiis a delightful wliil.-r as w-.-U as summer c\-sid!-iice. Hm-.iids are kept in the neighbourhood, which is highly r.-spect.iWe'.-Furtltcr f.articiilars, with tickets for view ing the Sime, may bt-bad at Mr. .Sa.vsa's CiUimbcrSj N'o. 5, J'lnnp-coiiif, Temple. ELEGANTLY furnished VfLf.A, with capitsl Orticrs.birge vvn'iUd Garden, 1-i.^h-p.^nd, Fi.ria-yard, and 19 Acres nf i.an:!, abtni! li iiii'es north from town.-Jo be LICT for three years, complciety fiirrls!ie,-l, and w i:h im-iiie ard, t:;,rm-yard,and hu>�i:iii -. ry bilil lisgi: la-.\n. pli-asure-^-rit-ands, plantations, shmbi.i'-ricr, fish-pond, capital^ walled-j^arden, and me!on-);ri.iind. T'.ic Iki'-ipfiJ hcis bcvD ei!ab!-.s\u:o..vvei.il jtfari, i^ jn. full.     ,-, 'Work, anil ffiin the ronvt-r.'r:;;-e i ;" is s;ia-it:nn. bcin^ oaly       .' at a short disiai:t>,troii'.a NavipH)!!' fliv. r a-id Canal,  )neprr�ona'ly  .,-IT ifhy letter (post paid j lo the Printer Ot lUe Lee-Js F.iiL-lli-    ..-i pr enccr. liOFiV.-.MR.   LUX.ViOURE,   o) :;,;.t,. ' '..-^ ampton-buiiiiiiigs, /I.'iiiorn, L n (latc SlI^!t^\,^ ^ ...'. �L'tbridge); conrrimihi, !is jK'uil.-to ,'itl?r..-l ,P�it cnls I'lf b..tj!'i .    -.Sevf?,.jnfhe , i^irvpsv ; A-chc^-or L)r>!>&y of the Al-doin-11; and Jlvdroth(u-at. or brao>i oi ill- (il.'ost i as well ai thai i.ecnliar to F.^tnalrs.   TiieJ-'o-i      ' meronsca'csof. f- -----..c.^  .    .      -> which have: Iv-icconuiaiiicd ice, eiireme debility, dry ��i?h, and, ia'{i,r;.~� ' 4 .prftrentingsleep, eieeirt almost in aiy etecl I'.r-        ' nvnny nftprthcy hnd been repratedfy tivpiied -ivX    '. /lvdroprcFr.::emp,soMhyHi,^!ey;k'^i?, * ,.j�>;frb:fterii:ale3i pc�st-i>aj
                            

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