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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SATUBDJV JUJSTE PRICE SIXPE.VCE-HALFPENNY. |XtfALL\ J?;ne       The Public are n-- i�#JMvrV� fiin:"'clol\kyutJ�c ajoruitis\:r,i;l Wusk. Ad- "^^ITaST INDJA COLLKCTli SCliDUL TURTLES-WItTSUrRE, King's Head Tavern. Poultry-, has juBt Ifcnrieil r C.-.tguof tine TUR-TLKSfor SALE,fri>Qi 10 Hi 4001b. weight each.-Turtles dressed every day in the highest perfection for parties, or iCit to any part of Toyrn or Country. Mr. John fry, L'pholsierrr, Tijuhrid;^*: WpHs ^t'The J>c!i"ol i* "pen tiiVhi* jioItii !.tc-a,.il._A.1 Per. jSirfl^YeiuJiii. T''rwgiH��rtim'-(-tn-�'t. iii Ok; fiti" of Slitf'liifrr''.' uDnifiliaiily sjitl-gfrt. fi^^iiB toi rfltct a SettlfaiCMti.uf tiu-ir Dclits.witii llie Uy Order �flbe'I!)irVftiii)r�. iijlSi '^5- � ' �WU.I.TAM nORE. �fflO CowNvis of tacAtMitiftA ~.\X5ApTAiSf I -in till* .Uiiij,- who froifc laaiily rfufntH wijlies lo're-ir and can (Wove liiins*if Uighlj qualifiod for^tb? situation �rtfBti'f fli!it'.ii>J"�'n�'n''it '0 a Korfhura Cimnty.-ApuJj. {S'inwnIin?{0-''f-p;i�Hy*adclrissed to.Ii. T: -Jj, vravea- �BRIlY\infK OYDEfL^^DMA'], 30, Couvl-iu K'Ifi-ilvpet, Porve>orof.Ci-\  to lir A).ijcs. iriL'i4.tb'iriR�y'tI-Hifj>n #sr>;^ihe 0(i-e� niUirf, baviii)C fni-i-oine I J.T a compacfESTATK, nf ;i!n>ve one liiin vi-ry VirfC jiHrtr-rn-, "iih imnieroui domesiic'"IBtc-.- I'lir p:;Ttio�lars npi�l> 10 ! BatiS, Welbrck-vtierl, Cavindisli-sq3;ir,\ D APerson o/.resfjectabiljty woiiW bu happy to be employed by any NoWfiaan or Gentlcuinn to act as Steward and BAiLiyK, and .Superintend an extci!sive Estate, llepairs, and Coinmon liiiildings.-Very respectable rcfcrejJCM will he given as to Cliuracfer, &c.-A Letter addressed to A. 15. at No- if Arabi-lla-roisv, I'eniiiro, will lie i litnediately attended t<. FOREMAr* iiTa PAPKIl MILl..-Wanicil, n pian who is tapabli? <.f .ittcndinjf to t!ie i\Iunufaelnrin?; "f'l'apers of the finekt qualiiv.iii a:! evteusivc Conr 'st paid) stating particul.-!r>i aiu! sitiia l\om in which tliey haie lived, 'bouse, CornbilV, Londi-Q. 10 A. B. Rainbow CoUee- ' l)e .jvr-ftei'.t liignAay kavi�wg Biieb iJbijjliorye, to the viU rtf Kent, Notice is liereliy W'�'orl{. � A pariicularof tbewoirk io bi-perforni'ed may VioiiMdiuteh bad at the \>ffice'of Messrs. Scuoues and Stibt ?CfJONESgind SON. 'Taibrid6e,]'tJ�Bfe, 1.809.'  .   ' .   V    '. ^0 B^ICK WAKBRSf the Chief Clerk, Jio. '9,''Hontaguc-i^treet, Rusirll'^iiare, before lOo'Cbick od ['apfdajitbeSth day of Joneinstant. * jptfN fREEMA.y. Srcretary. Ife BRIGKIVtYERS.'r-Tho Company of Pro. 'LJkjpKelorsvf the AVest ;Mi�ni-i:sr;x W.vTint Works, ' �"(iuJtiiei-.lxjraboct JtB:� i�i�ii�rtlie Rrick-tarltwly, 4^Iie tir^ks bV-in; ftaiurf by the Conipaiu ), must idwrrintlielr Tenders at the'-Gi'sce' of the Chi.f Clerk, tioi^fMont.iJtue-street. Rusf<-l!-�  kr.nwn, by npirn i(m,andCo.; Mc'sers. Bruvn, Ccbb.'anH Co.; .Alr^rs.-lianj-WKleys; .Mc'isrs. Hoarei-;. and-MesMS. J>>ni-5, LI�yd, and Co.; tind at the Literary Fand. Anxtuut.adveriibfil, 2S.'i/. i.'s. Mnifasou Good", ! III. si"". Lil. H.P. tfy 10 10 i'.R.S.      -      -       5  3 ! E'lw. I-'orsler, Esq.      S  5 f.Kfene, r�q. M. i*. 5 5 J.James Lob, Efq. Nc�-ViB. M. Br."nt, l'.sq.    2 2f   ca-tle  ."i 5 To every Subsiriher �f Two Giiiiieus am' njjwards will i>e fietntedan Jiii^rayiug of llie Moannn-nt. i� .s'libscribers tfii: Jjj. a Medal, exefiHed by Mr. BoU.ia of Sob.., �ilh keHeadof L"cke� :u� in thft *fSihpr. � The wondcrftllMi^rtt cvpiTU-i^crd lust Suiomer, ijWlhc curious ehangf s IheSeaMms Nave t.ik,'!i nt' lata, make 'j^Whv the jut,'.'iiion of Itie Coriflas In have the aliovc Mt-The prico ftlnnlv 2�: !id. Published by \9m. InTles.SB. Little BelJ Alley. C�le.n.-.n-""nj and. Sold hy Rliickld.-k, Rojal Excfiaiific; and JJl^ljM^SrLurtpiteHilL,-  MP5jfc:y -Mcfisj. L-UC^S anJ Co, b-g tave" to;riK of �Wo�ing,tcJ.�J)(^l8ry or jvtr.-nanent suaii of WOM-Y, t-at �e�canair.;!tira�"dd�anceanv SBtn rrnss 1 GVK. to 10 O&O/. JJ��PW8(6j, OB {lers^onalsecarltv, orany oth'rarisingfront �WiIbjc i4rttl�oienft,.li.n-.y fa 1!>e Fi-ii'd-;, Clerxyniem W'lDgi, or Fieetoidj-eopvbrt'.d, aaH Lea�tholti Ettatet. on jj'owst fair and Iiwlbarabl'eferbi!.   And .Meiir*. Liicaj and J^�tpunvta�l;fy'83d di�-,-taeu, nixi not "wy thr.,e o.riui-but extra�ajantBnd��torllonal* denaiidaand charges '*w>taie�i!ualiyosadeand Macted iumoney ucnoiijtii iis wiil 5f "tu'wdhy those that apply to M�isis Lueas and Co at 2,   ocssloase most reM)ectruJly to return iiis nrnUtin-u^' to his frieads,in general, for the distin^uithed  wort ha^e,proved the. Euperioritv ofhis materinli. P� nnd moderate charges, by emuloying hint, and "Pressing their highest approbation of bis article, in gene-wi tor upwards of SiTypars; and a-^stires theni nothing shall �� � �� fefe part tb merit a continuance of ihclr patron Kof.au V*"*"" "Pportnnity of iof.rining the ttafcll?'.^""'!' aiia,;pi,5Tic in gereral. he is cnabTed to BB.^'''*"'*'�ipeffine$pauisIi woordoth eoat, of the most nyllnsl."''''""*'^ *^ ���kiansl�p, la the most fashionable > �^^^^^m'^^'^i!^?' ^- '5*-^. every otheUnicle^ dS^ '"^ dr^asln iraportion. having laid in before the lfT.i!?Tanf� a most .Mlepsive stock of woollen goods, tern,?*? "Wnfrfymobtsy.-Larfl.-s lidiag Ifiiliitsahd pe- WANTS a Silnatjon as HoVsEKtEmui in a Gentleman's Family, a steady, ncliye, and obliging �Woman, near forty, fr^im the country, of rc-i|ir<-fiMe connexions; orto mperinlead tin.'(.'.iiiiciTiis of ,-i -iir^'i-eldcriy Gentleman's family, ("or abllilie.- and pxnl c-'ji-luci the moA re^pe^lab^e Rrfer'iiici.-Tnny he had.-I.i'tirri *s Marker, will br aittnnled to. AN'I'.I'.O ill the Cunntr.y, a .Protestant Enj-JishCQViUlNES^,not under thirty years of aste, for three young Ladies ; she must have a thorough knowU'dise of rreuch,aml-the pruicples "f Music, with Uieother osual requisites, ll it^ requested no one will apply who h.is li"t lived'in the-capac �y three or four y eai-s in some family; of respectabilitvy from'whiwn she can have an uiideuiable re-romiiiendatinu.-r-Apply to Mr. ^Y. Martin, ^j, Bircbiu-Utne, Cornhili; if by letter, post paid.__' TU.NliR|E.WELI-S7-.The NoI)ili(y antl Grn'ry vi^sitiug-I'uDbridge Wells, are ino-st respectfully acquainted I hat oft application to R. UELVI'^S^ Grocer, Tunbridge Wells, they will be immediately informed what Lodging Hon�e8are i�lel, with the requisite particulars;- R. Oelves-Iias everal gond Hou-cs im Mount Sion, Mount Pleaslnt,and Mount Ephraim, well furnished, and pleasantly situated.  \___      _�_____ Ur^A BATin.\G,S...ss.x.-To beLKTorSOLD l5 UAfurnislted, a new erected FAMILY. IJOU-SE, plea-.^fanlly situated at BogniT, with Coach-house" SLibles wiilI.-J Garden, live Bed'chanibers, and domestic Oiiicei.- Fur further particulars apply to Mr. Barlleit, at hi cumbeQi ol a iilVlNG, abuui 19 livles IrimJ Hath, in Somcrsi-trhirr, of abiuit {he .-Vnnnal Valui' of 2O1W. wishes to .KXCIIA.NtJE it f-ir a Living pf eq'Jitl vaUie, either iu Snnv. .Su-^o.\. or the Wesjeni p.'irt of Kent.-For furtluT iiaitieular.-i apply to Messrs. Blea;'.-date. .Mcxan-ler, aiid li.il.iie, II, Sew Inn; or to Mr. J. A. Wie_kh,-nii, Friimc, ."^...ll(r..el:i^.i^l', DVQVVSON - lo t.c ^OlA). il,- A-DVOW. SON of a HECTOR Y, of the vahK of nbnul 20;)/. per An:inm, of hich the pr.-^rnl Inc'iaihrnt is at a very advanced Age-I'or fu'l'ier pirin iil i" '>d, and io the completejt slate of repair. There is i-v-ry riniveaii'iic.' for inkiiiif ihe tithes in kii'.d, and some p.-euliar arti.-inla^res arc atlnched to the Living.- l-'urlhiT (larliriil.i.-- may be kninvn, l.y applying to Messrs. .Stniii;;, .^ii.ll, and .Sim:     Lincoln's Inii. CARULUil-:S -To heSOMJ rl.KT on fIfRE, sever.'il W:-iv modern Lnnd:iii', IJarouch I.andan<:, Ba-roarhet, l.aiidaHlrls, niiil Cbarioto. l.ikewi.�e a Secondhand i.a:ul.ui,l-i lie ialViiDr to.new; also Coaches aiidChariois, some iif which ha\e nnl been ufcil three moe.llis. A'. B. 'I'he above Carriages arc all  s-5liire, .North Briton, (ainnnnliiii; t'rmn'i'),00;) to 0 trees), are lo be scen^Mr. Ji.hn Blenkam'n 'Wlwrf, rt'oi>l-i|nay, Cu?tom-bnitsej London; and ;uiY enquiries, willbo a^i.-wered by Mr, M'{>niia!cl, Sv. 2S, frhanccry-Iane;-.Application 10 be made as directed-in former -Xdrerti-sements. BalnagrtHn C.'tslle. May 23, ISUJ:__ FONKVftI':ADY to AJ)VANClv-3p,0t)0/. - .Ma. SHEKRi' begs leave to iiform the Nobility, Gentry.anil Cl'.Tsy, becaaatall times proenre from 20j.'. OriT-AGE at IIAmJ'STI'.AD.-To be LET, a genteel Cottage, containii.g a drawing-room, diaing-parlour, fnnr liedcliambers, and the net aiy ciii-naryothtes, with a ehaise-hmtse, awl stable for tivo iioo-rs, larve walled garden, and pnddi iniiig, pla. icd with IhriMMg trees,  i:.^^V^me;rnr riiii a! M d- JB. summer nr H'lChaelm.-is next, a (^nod convenient l''A-illlLY HOUSl';, within rivt; or Icn iniiuites i\alk nf the Royal Exchange.-.\ liii''.-idilres-'ed to A. W. Co!e'--i C'llIVe-bonsc, Comhitl, dercritnir^ siwalum, Si.c. will he -.ili.'nd-ed to. by tirki-!-^. and pitrfiru;-ir� had i>f Mr. James L>euew, iei;r, Ch.irK-:.--�lreel, Jiei'neley j(;iu\rc. _       _ O be SOLD, a sm.ill n.-ut COlTACiE, with Farra-yard, Barn, Sialiling, and 45 acres nf land, ron sisting of arable, p.'i-sture, iM'ci):iril,and rich meadow, siiu.iied in a'beautiful Country, cimvcnient to the turnpike ro:id,lliree Kiilcsfriim Tonbiidge, three !ri>m Seven Oaks, 27 frnn Loii--don.. The lve lo 'I'/incii is Wells, (Ml the premises ; and fmther rariic-Hlar-miv he kr.nwn on application to Win^tanley and �'ion, i'aier.;uijer-row, Lundim. doors of Park-Ian. , compri-^iUi Lift) !�-.ind>nme propwrtb'n'A rooms iin tiie principal Umsr::, �ilh nnmerous and c-mvei lenf oflice.s -f evrry deKi-riiUion, helJ for tli' ve,ar�. M a trill. grouudrert. To be view id iKtwcen the h.,u s of t-.*'"a.'id tivc, by tickets only, whioh, with panicul.ir-,- i.iay he hal rtf Mr. J. Denew, AucM'iilcer, Charh-s.-treet, HerUe'ie\-q-i;ire. TkVONSUIRE FLAiK.-fo b- SoLtjT by PniVATr. Contract, an etcelk-nt F.\\1U.\' llOUSI':, nlth double Coach-house, and lour St.Ul-stablc, sittlate ill" Devonshire PVire; ciiinprisinK two a.ij I'iree lianJsMme-pr.>p"rii ned rooms on cacli tlmr, sine st.i'r-case, and convenient domeslic ollic^-s. (ieid for a term of eighty jears. al a ground-rent nf j3 guinr.is per aniium.' To be viewed an 1 particular-i. had .of Mr. J tncs Deucw, Ar.c-linneer, C.-o.r.s>-ftreet, Bi-rkclev sq'tare^__; �ERTS.-To be SOLD^by nilVAl-k COS- B TR.ACT. 3 valiaiili-null sinffniailv elis;il>ie FKi.E-HO;.n K:^r.\T4-., Tilhi: Vrr;;.;i!.d :,i.id T.it "r. d-e.;.L'l. s.i-Iijiili- in :i be.tiitMi'il part of lii-rt u:.Uiiir.", uii[ni> i^elve nif or" the nieu.ipolis ; romp-.-:-i.O!: a ra-^ital r-;iJ'-iice, !tandiii,� in -1 c.'mmanriin^ sit'.i.-v'i.m, .:'."r ir!,;i-1 -.vil!: 5.-. �. Un.i* and elr^.-.nc'.', a'ld i.o�.Tisi:i< eyerv ii";!.i;ii,-d.'nienn c-.,-i/.'r, ' wiili riv.neio'jr.ind con'.eni-Ht nrlrres and "y.k-biiildiijjTs cd t" the !na"ii-ion an ii"l| aiiv :i$i.i.iiM'i i'xci-eding rich mcaiimv land, Icom 'i.rJ to :ieres.- 10 ne vie�'t-d I Auctioneer, -FRKl irOLD COTTAGl-; A> J) t.Ayi). r-pr) 1,.. sou; hy Pi'iU'ATi-: eo.\ r.ui.T, � JL n. iv-huili l.()TT-\r.lvtUi',SiDE> .ini,; feet Jlv >S, dr;iwVa:5-r""vO o lUc sanif dii-.ip^!>iiin"-, siUing-r.iitms. hpU.-cha-.ht r-, ui.j�eriaiiU apartmeiit-, with rnnvenient uiQres, coacli h.>u-e, suali.-^iS, and 17 licre* >.f meadnw-land., situate tivn lui.ra, bcy.)nd ^lan-ini.re, and i 3 from London.-Ti> tie.virwel by tickets, and p.irt'c'ulars had or c\Jr. James Ocneir, /^uriioiiecr, l^h'arJfs-si reet, Berkeley-sqnare. S0'UTrrHANTS.--T.. he SOLD, si ..it in a ini>-t-branl>flil part of tiie Country, coniniaiidin^ richly vari-gatedpcospects of the Ule of Wiuhl, Si'uiirnnptd and ' Bursledoo Waters, with shipping pas-niR aid r-pa->in:;, a e\c-llent FAMILY llOUSi-., liltid up � illiin ttie ve , in a siih-lanli.'ilaiiil ii'-at man>:er, wherein no .-xjienre h.t- Iven spnnd ti> render it perfeciiy comniodi.u^ and comf-i .-4.ie, with odieesnfall riisiriplioa,, ro;!ch-iioH3i; fiir tiv.i cail .1; 3, and f'nir stall stable : within .-i . led�ii. rjlObeSOLD ClIKAP, under 1600^ FfJR^-repiiir. 'sjaiitial stoac-liU'lt b.irn, with 5l.iled runf, and 1 odiccs; together will) a walle-J and kitchri .200/. to25,1X10/. im the personal scra.ity of Noblemen or .No-blemens' Heirs; or Genilemrn, of great respeciabrlity, may be accommodated with anv'sum o Municy hy ;iiip!yiirg per-.<4iunlly, from twelve to iliree o'clock,  -tatcs, Marriage Seltleinenis, or any other Property, and those of respectability haxfiig personal security only to ofl"er, may bes'ipplied with the whole, or ;iny part of the above sum, on payiiigHnniiity interest fortbe^alHe, with liberty to reiura the principal, at the pleasure of the borrower, and the busiiies-seo.-npletod ivithuui the fivh% usually aiteudiog these tr.tnsactions. Lettersaddres/ed fpostpaid) to Mr. Hemming, No. 23, Savi1le-row, Btiriinglon-strert, London, will be duly an-twereJ, but n� personal applications will be received. SILK. ST0cklNGS.-r-Se1liug off, uncommonfy cheap, at No. 52, Cheapside, an immense Slock of all , kinds of'Hosiery, Gloves, Flannels, Dr;iwcrs, Ladiei'invi-' sible"Dresses nil in one, &c. Shnpkccpers, and Ihose.wnnt-liigto hail largely, will find a great advantage by an ejirly in nsman,ora,i\'avnl Officer. If not .Sul.i before. It will hi! put np (o Public AncliiiM, ort Thur^d.u the j \T AIjU AV,LF, l.'ith June next, at the Glohe Inn, Frat,cforf-ga(e. I'lvinmlh. |   ^   niond' Pear's ANO^l of LllTLi: COMFl'O.Nf, GLOU- CESTr;RSHlRE,-To be Solo by Pjiiv.\te Con-TnAcT.all those v..luable .ind very desirable FEE SLMPLE niidTYTHE PR EH J;.ST.4TES, in po.vession and reversion, elifiibly situate in the Parish of Little Cnraplon, in the Coulttyof Gloucester, containing to.ijether iidwards of lUr> acres of exceeding rich arable, mcadinv, and pasture land, lo^ethci' v. itii the Manor, witii.all rights, j.rivilepes, and ad-vaHL-igi-sappert;-.iii:i;g thereto, �niiich exiinils over the w-hole iiltriesaid P.'iri-h. 7'lrr larm-honses ;'j7.i luiiloirg* are ciiii-ve!-,ienl!y sit.mted !'oi ihc nccnpati'in of the ri'-prcitve farm', and the .\!;i:>ii>ii-h'-nse may r.i a sm.ilt expeiice, be made a rnniforlah'.e fvSi^le;:ce Tiir a genteel i-aa.ily. I'li.- Turn;>ike .'load froir. U'nrc-ili-r to :.;.n(!rti nin^^ I'lr.niili ilie i^a-nsh ; d'-l-nl f nrimies f.-^mi Hh-iJidug "Snrion, ihrce froin Mortiiii i'' t::e A!ar-,h, six fi'i'iii "-i.w on t'.e V. olit, and S!,v fnnn .Shiji'J'i.i upon .Sloiier.- lo iri-.-it the l-.siiiie, api-.lv t'l W. .M.-vricU, Esq. Ked i,io'i-";'!are, I.01 r! \:'.._ TB^O U:: yotn !n'.l-i!!-.',\) k Ccsti!..\(.t, Cupi-tal M. and very vi..!sV:h' [�,': i'.KiiO;.I) I .'*T\TK, situate ahnut a irii'.r and .-i l'..'ilf frnt-i �^Mithrrriitin, and willrin tijil i;niii-= of lie Toivn .-nd  r:i-^, JCt-.t^, O'.c i've ; a f ;^i!!.!i m d!-:n-hn t -uc-ned Hhu-k. '-.uli 'mitable (>:':Ci-s of everv deicriptiMr,. r!i-' w liole in'li.* mn^l f\ce!!i-.,[ lad p,?rf ct rrp.'iir; cMi-nuve ..'nl t!-li ;htr'.,l I'Ir.-isure (ir uvi-a.-,d (nir-den:-- fJrre.t 111:;! 1 j-hin!-r, i'iit a : !' li-lp f-".irm van), cn.t,lining upwards of ^lx hn "Ired acr s ct Land, pari in ham;, part i.-irlease, nM a pari on live-. Kit'�r the w huh- will he s".'d iQ oneln!, 01^lie .Ma'"ion-!i>M;c, witli n-iviar-.l-nf'AtV \rre-, intl.k'-� within Kii- p.ilk paling, will 111-.-^iM ^i-jKir.-ti'ly. at tlie dpi ioii of the Purchaser. PiirL-v.-nml i- .'-.lini-nllv (iitingiiisiK'i! fur ilM pe-culi ir ailvanl.'ife:, in point tif =ii .ation, and c(>n;r.ianns �te::-si\e a::rl picl.^i-e3(5t:i' -lews of il-a JjIs if Wi^h', .-i.u(.i.,;n;.',.in \Vi lers. the river Ifclii;;, and Die sumiiindiig rie!; hva.i-ti'.'ul Connlrv, v. '.iu li ;s tii;:hly varied a..!J lumnrianily a.airn ed. I'h*- .~v-i:;h!)oj;liai)d la very re.-pcctaliU'j aail 111.', r.iajs e.\trein'>ty g""d. To 1)C V ien ed-by liek-t^ i)nl> , whirh, vt ifh ])ri;;teiT p.-irlici-lar�, may lie had of Mc?5is. liii-!;neU and Speddin,-;, No. .Tj, Lincoln's Inn lields, v^hL�re Plans-.f liie House a ;i E-.|.ite niav he seen. I'ani.-.i'.ars may also he had of Mr. llookty, 'uphiil-teier, Souihar.'.ploii. Gold " FILTERING VESSELS on a new coaalruetioa. Br these vessels, f�ul,claying, nrfeciid \'r'aicr.is sweetened, purifie-   --"--j--'-----r  re. ' �bnndant_________ iwantno rrpajr; withn the vessels.arc tc5.er*-oirs for tjie fil- description lered water; to be ha J completely fitted np_far_shi>s, are ^6te.-No persons need ajiply but thb^e of known re^jiec �warranfednd answer the nb-iveitefcriptbin. To be seen ahd lability iuid property        '^'^                 "        * orders taken aiihe aiiueral.>�tcr. >V'arehpu�e, Ao.ll, Jleet-i''   7-Vir partit^lare, *treet.    ^   , .  ,                                   , trent,.apptir4tionj N. B' uenlleiJx'B in the Cbontry hy wndmg a line, Bay , IJJr. Oouhioa, SoHi bate{�r�bcr particulars, with a drsWii^.    ^ Silicity^ lialt.9n and SJver '^'.�^hr.n, 0;'a. IS, Cor.-ij. I^ornclian ."^tonc!, I vi-lve Hag* nf rough Ti'par.es, several isuldles, .Silk .and ycLol IVlissej, a curi./us Beer Machine, Patent right of .^VHfif-'j Myiirome-ler, Celerct5Side-b lar.l, Cbinf/. Curtains, and slindry I-'t^-d-ture, with a valuable .issortmeiif nfcurioas ;inil useful Musical initrunvhti .ind Inventions, from Hawkins's ftSnjcani. gj. Great Tich'rield-sttreet, sold to ascertain dainagi-s ;igaiu:t a B Merch.int lor 11 �t fnlfilling his Cuntr.ict; the w hole .if which will besol.-l by Mr. R. .Ncrdliam, at hi, new lldo-.hs, .\'.>. jo, Uroad-slrert, Royal Exchange, mi WcasEXDAV the 7t-i Jnjic. at Eleven o'clock-romprising Gyld and .Silver Watches, Seals, Chains and Keys !>lainond Ear-rings and Pin�. .\methysts. Sapphires, r.ipize* and Pearls ; aUo", several Silk and Velvet Peli.'ses, Cnintz Furmlure, Side-board, ('hairs and Tables, four cupilal Sad.'.le;, C'.nviole, (U^an, Piano Fortes, Violins, Fillcriiig Niachi.ics and a variety of useful Mechnnic-il Inventions, sev.-ial handsnma jiri:;i-i-,il Paintings and Prims, a cuihoKs inveiited Beer and Spirit Machine, and a variety of u.el'ul .�irlic'.rs. Hescripljve Ca-|,-ilogue� in.ay he h.-id at 6(1. c.icli, at. I he Museum, lii, Great HOTEL and ASSEMBLY, R^f)MS, now tintshing at j Titclificld-sir-et. St. Mary fe-hoae : .it Mew /^.^d-5^ree(; Clifton, near Urislul, cnmprYiing^ a superb ball-room, tea � at the Commcrci.'il Halt Skinner-street,^ Snow-hill; and at anil card-roniiis, coiTee-rooin, numerous drawing-rooms, : the Auctioneer's ltooias,,iO, Bro.adbircr't R'lya! Hx.ehange. diiiing-n�oros, sifliHg-ronms, bed-rooms, attics, and every � xhe wJioJ.; may Se viewed on .Monday, rnrsday, and iniim-accoratnudation for an Hotel and public Rooms, upon the J jrgof Sale; where a Geutlerna-i will atlen! to peYform onthc liiost extensive scale ; with capital arched! cel^rs, iulapied : Cliiviole, froth Eleven to lUree o'Clock each dayi gu!:. If a snitaiile tenant should offer, the proprietor will IVdih     ^^A'-,-, -.      .- ^-'t'-\-Tl-'�-=- the building in a short time, and make sacbalteraiionsiitiie    '^O the LADl l-^s-^l he , Aijvt;r-iser, CAii rWith plan, according to the taste of theienanf, :>.� may hi; agrevd     JL do.      ' .      RIAL In case an approved purchaser should ojfer, the proprietor . first lAd'iL------ . will have no objectfon to lei the whole, of greatest uarf, of jt.^tly renders the skin delrf.i'ely Tvhiie, and leaves not t hat the pnrcbase-monev remain on mortgage o? the premises, avid blue sliining glare upon the lace so jurily complained >if in nvJll advance, upon ^ud security, asufficieirt sunt to conipJeJe inferior articles, but on the coitrary izivvs ttiose admirable .the buildii^ " . .       "   . -      � tints highly appropriate to true he.iuty, .and is so s;ife'in the For further particulars diiecl lo S. ti. (p>.st pairl) "Pljinp-ton, UevoiK______ iREWERY im a resptctablc Market Town and I chcarful Neighbourhood.-To be BISPO.SED OF a MOtKTV.ora THIRD PART of a CONCERN ihai has been established soiae years. The value of ihc \\hole about 10,000/- Any Gentleman that c::n advance -l,;W;i/. or 6000/. will t>e adioitled into a proportionate Share. , The .Annual Profits 1.^ per Cent. The Tr.ade invitinjr an increase by .1 snnill additional of Capital. The ave'ra.se Trade of the three last years 3000 Barrels Strong Beer, some of which is sold at S'ls. per Barrel, and 1300 Tabic. The situation is u'ndeni.ible, being 90 miles frotn London^' surrounded by a Country of sporting celebrity. For further iwrticulars apply (if by Letter, post paid, to Messis. Snow.and Scrivens, .\o. 8, Earl-street, Blsckfriars. .7jp0 be LET, or SOLD, (in Fee) thr GRAND This opportnnjty is well worth Uie attention of a person .'use as "mit to impair a akin that might vie nitlian-inlmit fot � d who has the me.insof ra.i-tendernps=,.i::ti delicacy o^^^ The BLOt.'M.of IM PERlA L ROSE instantly^e/to the _.jeeVs a fo^y ftiic" prt-fcclly Tescnibliiig nature,' frtrn the paiest-*>"t!rC �l''e)Tcsl-tint, will-retaiu iu native, beai^iy fot iiyevrxiil Jayi,, an^js s/i (ru!.y innocen', that 'Lmay Wosed on the adicUeteitape of .iri irifant 3 : fn-i^ie-   

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