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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                mi -l*ruw �rHV4�, a< tSe i n^t tlirwl, the i�ii*ery arii^rlif *^hii�:JHe ititk af hh tol yearVvb* -Kitf^rirrv t aaadtfaatage ti>^.4la>t*ur�^afer,iwiy�rfcaUv X^!' f:1a^ tal^e fvuud a�5 at J re��^ fliCMit/i>af is at' a Vedf' L advaiibed AerO-Por ftttlW KtrticoiiM npViv 'o �^.GKtbaMi, Kiiidcfiy.' and DoisviUei 8ulicit ri,;Uao)la'it In*, Loaddn.; . '' 1'-:�">-'   ' "   � J..  !�� I �   f-x�'  r�uiwUiire it�MM htf\tre(i'ttrfiiaimy CiinrUy VI the SoathtwttU �r �tf� l';a^>M>d>�-N� uM  sjui,i>i the lk^sb entr|l(,^0U^�.i�itabt'e Jl>�ra Fainilv, ia 'i filpMiant and. irhrtitfiir�Huatiiin. The bouse caataij�> large dlawK a�dirlrawia(^>t'tHi^^i iar^ lo i4-rnoni�ajrhb-e(iiaTenieni^ d'liMM, ai)4.uU|i-rr -t; i5 frpetftjrtTiWnp drfloud;! '^^t�r of, SHr'f^liyfioii fiigjim iloSeif boutc, JCeafiiiigioh-; :^tEli�K; .W W tRi^iiioh, ao. rtpcaat KOHI CS*7i  i: , Wirt* ___iMWMHait' rrerpfWtt of a 'ftwitjr^^lWliiti- 'tt4ji'^Fi>rpartiruiar<, ajiplt i� Mrs. Iieatb�ni> 'lioiuev l. V e�;tHir aiuviffTrd by Mr.' SM)i>i))ild, Ha,      CbanciYy-lqjitf.-Ap|t>icatlun to be inadc as dir�-cti-il in farB>�"r'Ad*rrlwint�it�. ' lialusgHkii-Caalle, May 2S, 18(19. pbJj^ of'. SVnan* 4-Street; comaiaing an Analy:>i5 of Ctfl Kt'iiis which ttivi- �c-ruiitwibCTlfiiirct- iisdisnivrfy; a Dwcri|�tloaflf the Alan-rirrii-iJiilMmwii'Relijrfiw, 4(C. of the ^.^tivcs aiW XJoloniib', I Milerfp.et?e�l H�'Pwth*^�n theiialittre of ii� �iiU, climate, ' ^roitueli�^,' forrigii ai�l inleriial �-iM|i"m�"n;f,-&c,  Towhitli VVllGATK.-^To  WiMe MtnciifN", aiii! ___(Jlrncas.-'fo I.KT vitb itnmrdiiitfuiOViVrtiim, jthtice evtrmivcCbLLARSapda'phed VAULTiO, livllb ^iU�T-4 ^(i-llVI/jilv, .Ac, adjoiniiijt, and uuder ItirU>->o^*4i{^racy., i|awTey.Miimte. iu (lie aimt Cfiitrit-al ti.trt of Mur^iilf.�p miHy ha�e breb ia f^n trade iir'the^V'iiie, |{ra^dy ^d Far. .Iff tiia-. BKW thab tweaty vraty, thr-|aU S>cupi"erfi3vfi^ iatelv !pf� Warijati'i ne��l aptJv hiitprrioW f rrtpe** tabiUty.-Fff particaiart euii�ire uf &iuiuelBct(t-��)B, l4� bnKr�" Margati-,     _ . .    - -     . ^ fftO A'UCH rr'ECTS and M ASOK S,.:^For Sa ns, -X 4 tlllN'iSH UKAMTIC. or MOnJI-srONK, a��n- t Jklijl Oittu^ ('a�ii>i( i;hl�>,jrtnn-> Thb Oay U pwblithed, by. t^najpiua, UVfit, Be wi.F0lli1}SALt� �nU atber� sndtotbeCUMMOX E.V>:MY at CirM(s; ^ itrrcifl-caHyaiaflectedby tlwsCONVENTIO.Vaf'CKNTRA : the whole brought tu the t�-�t of Ibuse I>ri�cii>tV�by �liich aloue tbe'lndepeiidcucc^d IVetrOaiu 4tf Itatiuii caat�e prcicrvcA ur rccavered. . �    X    .   liy AVIM.I^M trORtJS^YORT^�        ' This day UpabTirtied. by ({. aod W.tikut, l*aU SlaU.frice 3f. *ewcd, OliSERVATlOISTS .napection its AgricM?ture, �Mine*,a9dF'i$berie�; wi)h~aj> Apper.dlxiCiintaiuia^^R plaofor ike iinproveiwnt (4' bogs aiid other �a{li*land�d.' rtlilOl^f JUTS oit the I'/cs.-nl STATK of *w �Jk. VPMESjiC AFtjAlIlSjilw'winif'the-B.'Ceiiit*�fan HCtUSE-OF LORDS,^Ye^KCuiar, iU*Sl. The lfaicfy\ tMi, aad*r *kc H^ase to go iuto " a (rHiamijtlreoa (>(e iiMt-to rrevvflt M�Xit4�'aA*^'Bviciua> j cruelty towar^i* auiaai|>, . ; . '    fuird Kit;>Kt>Hr<�e,a[hdcM-nei^edtbe irta�� pfth^ Uiil, HbicliF'xccuded'taaiai�tc���v^in�t'� ic|l> taaUanin>uJs-aur(b<-�; i,r-uonri ^�ll.-vlli, Cauiilty Aleeling�,aadFiulJa-nifiiiary Kc-  thea^.iheor, liad aiale.MC aoy aiber^OnSil that i4isb.t b�  -�   ----- JOi�iike;3(ne flirtUrV.____ . ________ _ Liiiba*4'Xk'<}.8*.-�< Tbcsc WtttLi be read with great in- !rtud l*ouiid�naper( urable teTin8.�~^l*ec*oB ir tquare, will meet wiib every alleutii'm.      _-   '   -  ' VELLIM LfcllTER PAPEllS - ner:�>�- QualitMi jild     R. liOi'FMAN to the |luke o� Ki-Ol, 6ie^il8, Straud^- ihx doorr. fuitl p>�^etheAdelpbl.     .  iaplo>edlo thei-JOC purpiars.  Any 'aUcJujit     --- Hi:l apply to every spec��-� of duuiettic of laaie - auUtvdj might IU tnaav lu^taoct*:-bec.nDe(adic.oiiii,''aa^-'def^al the mainobjectubicbttittBiltiiadia^-ameaipliiG^a..T i.ord liLlJiNiJOHOiaiJi f?.u(4 welt �t.^ nw-ai-urir' iiotv brpagbtf'irv^ani w,v�iWi�iit^lUit -alti-hiiflii i�f |ih'XtBleaniS-tiraruej t riend ' fortlwre i�ciity jear> icptjaud ^nKhjert^ryVuui;aii�t allow (lid iHliuiieixuiocr' Jo liiii iiear*.' H- vui atf)CToai..the.]}ill .stiiruld ^U(�ce�^U,ao(i iH- MHiutd Ch'Trt'urr-a^vhie bij^Jit'otrteiu^ lA-araed i-'ritriid tii adopt ibenpiuimrof (be.Aobte'suid Liearar. ed Lord till 4be Wuiil-tiaO^ aud to cttuliuc the meattirei fii^ i he prtstnt, taivdsU ufdraft-^Aorthea. tie sht��H also bej Iraveio advise kirn fotiew model lib Bill npna (hat��i^(�-tion, and ;atfaatiio}�iitabavc it priuUd^Hnd-'re-voitMantcd. Lord liARALL^ Mutd fiu.i*ce the V-ue^t.,tn tie.^;iTed from the Bill. ' {More crueUic!! uould Ce ouminiiird^ aa An>^ liiiiU the lb{ �if SetitertlbfrBCxJ, l&un all t^otc of �bicii the Bill profe:sed'ia'cain4>laio ofuiidcMreci;: :    - Lord brR�Kl^ E obesrved, ibac the sjjiecjej �f- auitiaU to , wblcb iiie Noble Lord who fpufce laA alUi-J11itT'ahd ^4ke^;iP�a((ir&ihirifeaArtl�ie>.prepare op\j at bcr --'Jii^irl^w^ljUlrMtv^^maiaik;^^     and by iroS^; (ifi^soat. L\vrrii^T ;'ii�elty, Itaiui^^-tert Terry, BrigMoni Lomen, Suuthampuio; KUi�t and Leedhaia, Bath j JedtT;ji, S^^�r�t    . -b.'^   T-'-     < ' �    Aguttotit..... - WR^ritfi�&*4a^^fl^ A diyifioo t eiitf;nej:iv�<)thj^j|ii|fo|i;efe et- A aiyifien t-tpfc piace eiltt;neJ:l;�^^taj^^iJ^nfc|;efe et-ctuded, ^hieinrtafVof-wJiich.vie coul pvifig SUl'J.KFLUOL'S RAIKS fmin tbr FACE. NI.CK, All.MS, f,e, and, for ioiptuvingtlKGOMPLEXU^^-Theiib-.v.- liavbi-.-n 'um-?iVo -rt ibroiighoBt the EaJtrro NatitMi*, from 'nheace it was Rnrtbfoeght 10 this 'Countrv i>\ -Lad^ A]-- ^f^r-|tl-ue, ami has*ince that ttaie Mifi.-.tuitd a cha- r        ' Uiry I :be Sea^ed^s Wa^�s ricier.Ill li)gl(Uidatid oii tb'- Cootiuent, ai the only Drpda. Uiry'eter oiferert'to tbi'I'ublic, v*h,!f(i'tiiiiie> a inil.ln.-jj of fiperalioa not lo irrilhl *rn the iVlicale kkia-uf au iuljuis, Wit^i Infnl^blea�d j�riin^1i jjoitjliiierit of the. Proprivtor, bv Me���. Sliaw aad iHi.>aw-,Pai*s Cbareh-vard ; arid Mr. BaoKUl^, U\-fofd-�iti?e.t^lVU*.Si. 6(1. the b.iMk.- ' Sold hUo.by rcfprcfiible yiecdera in every ptincipal tonii.     I . .rpar. tMiLhKR!i iud orC%i|:NC--'rQin^LL ! .JL, oodrrnaehalf-ibe'irorixinalcn.-t.a ron)nletr,isET of i  CAST IRON SIACIlI.NERy. n�i-(l and finislied by' llmi.-, | 'forieirpnira/ Militloneii ifai; fr^^itir wmk; ^f^c. of jiren^rrt [ fiind'beaafy nf sorkniansbip .-Unnist un|iar:i|!rli>H, Mith ! ,. |)rrsiin|('and BuuUing .Maciunerx, ntqaliy hWI fiX'-d a.iil ; liailbe^'t aUo a complete Set of .\f�chuiir\, w ii!i twn >rt* of ;  flraniteStoii.'jt.ic'thecru'Uing of Si-^ds. pir4l>f trata.d and ' fiiriUiritb i(b,lfiti and W-tiLtl'; wbirb luav Ixtnilded to ami | cjitoaded to irj.'ier Works and pur|>o>r�, a* OaUhrlling or ! :M�itard 'd f bvrh. '   . AlJMJRALTV'-Oi-l-ICi;, May 30. T^OTICJS M kerebj/ given, tfuU a Session of O^er Jl^' and Tcnaiacr and Gaol HeHorr^, p>r Iht Tria't af (t -�fiMicttoiBanHtitoii.th'eHigh ficatyKilhin thr. jvritdicUon uf th� :^HmifaU9 �/"f.igfciBrf, tfitt l^hetd at Justice Jiall, ia . t6e Ufa. Bailey, L�wJ.�i�, oa Fa>u*Y, the of June Baxt^at.Klgbto'inoiikiiitlie Mornii�.    W. W. POLE. K^^di^KiiavimriieioEt deli^Mm-and * ^:�ii-tea|Jli�:aiDg.---llj /ttttw ' ' ' * T�rii ~ ' Any Qiiaiitity of thi-above, �f any Foroi'of D!i oiay bi- bad At tbe kborickt N'i>ti4-e. and oath* flBOi able Terms, bv apiilviiig to .Mr. Abrakaai Wiaa, WittlUliTin,. � � desired (hat;all ICttc^Biay ba well kBaWB-*�^W att. ej^� bandsooie rlftonr. feat am |9 great frqaett of fate \ ears, and aiay -eailly fte eathreyea by Mater t� any of th^ maritime tti-wat qf tbe Vditwl-Kii^ou), atabmaUexpeoci;. _; .. ... / . " >",.'., ^ffi^^KFItjmaHBrrtim amhiUMci,. fesiiief. ikWclldpei liai cJlinge,"and adpears , - ,_J�!i-4aaftBjF'MI*4eaTrta>oAe to a *bole let. I.Vectk lOaCfiiS taa),� ttmde in a coraplele .^et,^ wit^: IHM.4op yearon^le icrms.. Flxet the. ,     ____, ,ScU tSirfibeyitwv be *t,rh withbat l.;UM�Mea^awtlioAto 4k� taotlpTflM -vitb a vlirel. ^; joW' Any (ieortri&atbiit ieatfaJfiMui^ ifn6t or COOIK. '^b^fewa�^�piT*^J^ lfr-�l�^                  ' flcHlbe adrnfucd fatp aipHjportiaiijife Sbairr. ;T^e Aailqa tbM�^vcv9altAK, arrpaVed with a ch(�� ;<�*�wBly!mad*fromgrid^   thtcetaft yein SUM Baird* Sira^cBeer,-<(9aMirfwb|el-i ci*i^mteBd$i.aUvfroni ten till.,     -    -        -     -     ---- BRCWERY {� respectable Mairk#tTc/�ni anil abcafrtil Netghb��urUo�id.rT�t� fcfiPISPOStU OF. a. MOIETV, orn tjliaO PAKTaf jtCOHGERN Ih^ ,ba� bcea establiribetl some >ears. TK�Mlto>W'tb^ WbaWabAat imteB^iailv   . . p'-stwet; Oxford-ttfcel. He- : �d in4 perfonnJ . 1      gi�"ai}ia tafcty.   j gggt^yM^trirtllla af-WilQent'^�htoa and fle^ �old�iMiperBa �   ' For Cirtbef,tiat(icalar5 uiSy fif bgi latter, iPfM tMy %n Mfcrt; Sooyaad Scrivetg^a'j^ ft|;i;ftrtig^B^gkfifaff,;., n�aiM�eMa-pef called the " J,ri(i�h � uartli.in," jimf a pria ,i;er la i-e gaul of,Mewgalc, for pubii^ilmj; � l.tf >f under tue t.yoaiure of Tibeiius tiraccMis,'' ^latlIlg ihe. hnrdsiili* of ;bii .rn-tence ; pniiat'ui; aulpecalJHr cu'om-lanrri di>trc�> ii> hii cusei complaiDixig'Of liii unfair trial, aini'pf^'yi'iC ,r<��l' VaiilleQ .-tiiveut'acturen' JjUI ivas, 00 .tjie. nijitioo of Mr. RusS.'ft'ud a (iiird litoe and |>.isscd. 'ilie lliiivie weut iiiio a Co:uuii(t.:e on ! Biil..    ;      .     �    " air C. i'Ol-I. oijerted 10 the ilaMSc.> eitoading tb? povK.-n uf seameino all"'l i/icir tt.igfs. Mr. Wl-.LLhaLl.V PoLI. nnswcred theseoMjertHnj, and contrnJrd. .ihal llie cxt ,Ui.-ii( 10 their latliersi childr, 0 fi.c. Muuld.bi- Ki-i&t bcia.'uciat to the imvv. �� ~ � -   � . >ir. TiJ.OMPSON tiillovved on the same li.ie, nnd icain.-taijied, mat ihe iiriuri|il  of the ilon. liarmpl, if ntird nii, would go l-> dt'privc'the uavy of ilie �,rvicc� ui almo.-t all marred men, mid tiiosr who b.  ^AHu.aiiU ill-; Uosk, also sup- polled llu- ijilU. ^ Tue Si'�KEa having resumed ihe .Ch.-iir, the Ke'port ha: Old rrd to be rcc�-.-..-d to niorroir. .\ Mra�ai;e from ibe Lurc^a Hiuiounreil their Lordsll|p-' a>.!.rii( tu i/ver.-il iiillsj t.ifnh-.ch see itefioii of ilieir Li,rdiliip>' I'ructediDg-. The Co.i.aiiltc.e ou the Friendly Sociesics Bill waspo tp.;!.-rd'till io-iui)rr>nv. .�lr.'iViK'l.'t.JSlI mdvid the third reading of the Slr.ind Lrid^e Bill, iU"ter tho aiticnJiiieuls weiec.irricd, iljs c".)-. i.t ot'Ilia iUaji-siy bei: g giveu, It ua> aciurdingij reaii u ih.iil tiiae. pip-sed ami nr.ieie''. TXif Cna-NCCLvoK of the Exciii:<}ct:K postpo led hia ii. -tirir resptcihj^ the t'ir.-^t rruili-till i-ridaj. :iud liis in-iioi: relative Im tue Augiif-iilaliuu ot llie Salary of Judges, i'u\ i .-morrow, when thplloure willintn :i t i.iu.niuee i^crti i. The israiuen's Priie iVlonejf Uill wei-.t thiou;jIi a X .>(jiniit-tec, Ihe'ltriiorl of wbicli wii-> received. The liVil a, cuiumiltrd t'lrtUe purpose of iiiir-iduciiig a clau-e to nirnd the beuebis of (iie -liill to 9uUi  and niitrwies. iirvfij^ uii 4.�-pcdilluiu jumtiy Hilu Itie uavY, whicii u;t> ugreid to. ^ discuisiuu look place on unotlicf clau e iu tlie JiiU, tu yfy-vent the frauds ut'ageuu uiid pelly olficers iu tie ua�y iii:d marines. air C POiLE bpa^bt up a new clause to iinpoie a fine of 5Q'J'' V Agents ady'jUiciiig niuney t-i the biiye'rior-O^ccr: bi - fore the g�iieral distriliutioH ol lue pTize-niu.iey. '[ Afier a couversitiioii belMceu Hir C. I'ouE, Mr. Kos�, Sir. Wil-BcaFoaca, .Mr. i>. (iiiiuv, Mr. >VfKl>iiaK, and otlirt iliia. Member:, tiie gallery was cleared, |>ul (b^i^clause tvas uegatiyeil without a divijion. � ' After ahichriott> ;   

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