Courier, June 8, 1809

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Courier (Newspaper) - June 8, 1809, London, Middlesex il^. 4,394. PRICE SIXPENCE-HALFPENNY. xrAUKnALL.--IJnder Jhc .fttronsM of his% 'niTK. K*�^4!,"Vi'"'�;K;j' I'l' M'J��v-� lJiinl,-j>.rvv n111 ; ^r^pfciied TO-MaHKGW,'Frrik.v, J��e�.-^A.liinVi.Hi ; i JL :WatfrC'o!��K9 jijvUie iHttwiiitcii >\,rii�lv�l A'... 101. ' .*�r ^^l�u^�.Wrt.con�lnqt3oppn(r�mrtx�t iTcKick i� the .til iSuik-AdmittahceWc hillin-; Catnlottue lilXGV'tT--Now tipcn, to the i-/ t'AXORAMA, R*IDENCE nrar IlEAOIXG.-Families dtf. iiciBS t� fl�'nl tir i'.irfh:isc sucli arx"inrti'nlatiun, Iiv :un-Posting rv. (tacrd 1} vcrniil'-, l�y the i'ufclics whi-dii vanr, STV ^ lliitt�l. Birntinfhntn. .luiip 2. lSv>9. ! JL �" 1"V>T ��n Ltasi-r fit f"' ihi" recfjJtion of a lar(|. drcf l.omli.ird-�^tree(, in t!ie City of iMa- � d�n, and �f Wfsiliairli, in tlie County of Essex, deceased, , >>,,,. ,> . ---�---- : �r.- requmed imincdiiiti-ly tii sriid a siatemrni of their di-- WIjA-IjA I 11I\G.-Tu bi: liKV fiic Otlici-. - I'.irfiir" tliiT (tarliiitlar* apply tu Mr. H.irilclt, at bis Koyal Kx-chasige, and Ueueral Ageticy Ollice, Cliiclie.u-r - l.ftter�i niHi! l)e pi).>^t paid. Mi*' HJi.NftY A^tON BAKKKR, Pri�i�rielor. ONUON ft-maUPeqUenJiary, PwitooviUf.-^ ^i)n SONnXr-NEXT, June IMh, 1809. nSKUMON � iTiftir iiwwlad, fur th� -IWficlk of the above IhStitulion, at y^nri^y. ^s,.Micft:4d,**���H�-�tTert, CbeauMdr.^ythe ' 1 ik0t*tSirwi- �T"�.tCt to Iw-pn ul'l'jcueii  Clock, -j_ .rlLchiteh^.PL'tihn^^ Strand, oir Sunday i''''doming Wjifi.the Ihh jiKten�,ky |)eclalylily in ttiwn; security can V)e 1 piveii, and no one wlio is ifcetl to chanj^ing need answer thijv j Ftu-to oiH>lV by leiter, p"rt-p.iid, ti> O.S. l'oiit-0:nce, F'dkin^m, Liocidiishin-, wb.ch will be iramediulely attended to. . , i��ttGERV .______..............LY tiovs]:, ready foniilifrt, nitb a Garden, situated in a ple.isiinl soul hcalliiy village iipou the Su�e.x roa>it lietween luist Bmirn and Krimuiire, Loudon x. or of II. R. Attrce, ilenild Oltice, Nprth olreet, Uriglilon ; or \V. I,ee, Primer, Lcwci.___ GNKV to LEND.-A Geuilemm having 15,0.10/. to by out inHin-s of 200J; from tliA� to 500?- recom- iiid joint iMttiiret of ji^JjAtc^lih, Ui�ho]Mgaie, to iirnu itke liducatioiu Sevciity-clshi Poor CUitdrea &c.^'ro be Dts order of the Kxeculors imnicdiatelv, by f'earn, Silfc Alerrer, No. 20, Lndgale- 'arish; ! 1 ilteldoiidg ipvyikjCUiirity Schools of tue said Pari  t,' Playersti>begin at Eleven o'clock. iRlVA3J^�.'tUirfON.--^A Beneficed Cr-KTif; v- jr.�ASj:�ii�lip^p.'i�S u.vcry limiled niiuber. of Pnpils ftrJheJJuiWnitfeSr w"tll h.ive T�o Vacancies afltr llie Mid-iOTmner iirc�5�. The J'ttpils arc carefully iostruned in Clas-, H�i iiSWsJiJg* C*.ijpiisitio�, an�l every thing re ibpfiev. A.Z. at �K-Walker'jis lioukseller, lyi. i:iraml, . ..ji^fcrausweredin a few days " SjBllV, will be cotuinenced on S,iturday, tJie IvtU or.,Jufle, - - Jifei-at seven oarlock in the tnoriMBg. by Mr. BKOOKi;.S. Aniitwnical CopferjiatioDrs will, be held weekU, u hen the . jifff^Dt Subjecls'^reuted will, be discussed faaiili.irlv, and ' Slsdrtit's views forwundcd^ To these uuste but Pi>pils can Sua�iotB Apartments, ihorouRHy ventilated, and replete Tirttnevifry cimveoience, are open ;it five o'clock in iheiaoru--'f'Ttne pHrpoics �f iJiittCCttn^and Inj^-ciing, where &lr. :' 'li^e^IPitybeaeeDS^odated With au apartment tu Dissect i'JilnipriVBtily. , __ A^AL MONfTMENTS to perpetuate (iTe ^lorirwsVICTORIES.rf the BRITISH NA VY.- Iwihttjtiber* whf httxe paid their iinbsrriptions to a. 'MiproPOieitob^Tsuifiitiir ifie imrposes ofdelVaviiiK the ^iipeSce. 6f axrfing Ibe above design into effect,' are re-''Mwa4'b5'Mr.'.Aiie�iK�i:n'Hi.vis6.v, the. Treasurer, to !t^ie*tti�t*WCit�wn;A4 Ancbsr Tavern, oii Tuesday next, ^^^^^ *iyo^J�ie^i�lanl, at one o'clock preijselv. to i|4iurfg[||�|l:�rtiK (Committee forsuperintendiit^ it* "^"1. iit.llieir opinioii,(under the clrcunisiaHce of '^inK iii^dequate to the nbject proposed -nUnoobjertionto the freawcrrc- 1 r oiHwptpti�'w�( received bv bim, to vucli persons ' ly,f8lM�ciiy�|lMwroe into hil*,is !�en thereun, in pun^n^t of (I'lune, without a uriilt-n authority from Die, he will be prckVcutcd.-Dated thisa-.'d Of May, isea. MA^taiAUOKR a. T. OWYNNK. 'I.ord of.trtfesaid Manor.__ UADUERIlV's PATl^ii^SPECl'ACI.ES.- The sieht of the aged is rt*twcd, the weak sight PRIZE SALK, at Fnlrtiouih.-On TnrRsn.*v, the ]5Jh Juoe iBsU by eleven o'clock, in the forenoon, at Wynn'* Hotel, Falmouth. THE good Frcnrii Hri^ VENUS .-Diincn. s-ions: Leiifrth, G.")leet; Breailth, 17 feet, II inehes; Depth, !>fort, 2 iiieUes; and Aduieji-ures 80 l.i-91ths tmis; urtrung haiidt'inie lilile Vesse!, sails fiiHieau.y his iMnjes-tv's Schooner Arrow, Lieuf. Uirh.-�rd Xawkes, Coinuiander, and c�tdetaned as lawful I'riie. iramediiitcly after whirii uitl be Sold her CARGO, con-i sl�tiiij{ of lihds. superior Clurv!, -1 iiarrels of Turpentine, � I ) Bnrels �* Pitch, Jo Ditto of RoBer L'.ARMIi'j|}i;ueii>iiic�t do.ir tn the Ki>.hmnngcrs, between Swallow-street and" Argyle-strcet, wh r^' Spectacles only are attended to. - *^^\lW^l�l?&�lHy and the Public/ ''"^"'**-t,bi^c�,6tdhi Shawls, lu-.MuiVitis. ^t^atnbtics", &.c. [fitinf^,,V}mfO�*i&c. Ac. vrciuJ'to ah'TOtre repnu- of ilnrnfcW wtaWtsbmepts.-a* well aai ibc Wrcsenl miportonity ade- L.---forlieCire di-livered. VlidieSiir Genllemen pnr-to nt)&crfe the Number is iiedpit-iirs.. riSTATE of WlLLl/vM LEW ]'HWArrK, .;/deceaS'?d.-Atl-Persons lo"Rtu�ji William ij;wthwaite, late � or demand.-i on his Hslate, are. requested to send an acconnt thircof, logeiher �vl(h the pariiculnrs ot Itie r seeurilic.�, (if any) which they hidd for the same, to his I Widow and Administratrix, al .N'o..";,Lon>bar1 Ureet, af.ire-i said: and all.persons iodebtetl to the s;iid Kslaie are fnrtli-wilh detircd to pay the same ai^ aforesaid-June 1, 1803. KI^PETUAL. ADVOWSON.-To be .Sold, a perpetual ADVOW^ON, wiiti a pro-jiect of very e.-irly Induction, of coosiilerable annual v,-vlup, situate in the-Weitt of Enplsmd, and within HO mil. s of town. . The house and oilifesarc remarkably sood, and in the complele.VOWSON of a KECTOIIY la be ^OLO, the incumbent of which is at a very adviinced agi�. .'rfiuft Colotir PreikartT, lieai'^lf^mlfteon.-ninsi re- , ' feMnffiCttliiit he haiiiovr on -{ WI'Cri^unB equal to any. ^M.(afld iL tfd..usimllv iiiSi'hU >ti|>eriui�CWIniini for ilthe bigheiit fliimatiiin-tty. ttfMk.' fioldia Uosecitnil�d, (^aioffai^ �rtlclcs nf Funritnre ES. Si*i3;aad-51,St, PaaJ-s fcJB WAlTrNO DfiSKS ajxl MUS,ai (he tatne tiiae that ^ jmk.mqueKsant Futvltiii^ bf '^B(7iiif the linm Springs tMrestranspareilt'the water, give M&rci no tmibie jto ct?anse, and f�fmk'�re rcvervoirs-fur 4belit>HH ��*illki' t*.|M>iMt �>H{ ffcc ureat. he next PrescBtation to a living for'sale.-Apply td , Stnind, Also , Geo. Dairis, IC^q. .No. 10, "NnrthnmberLiiid-sireel. ______, i' Ixtiidnn, tietweeii 10 nttJ 'J o'clock.-All leityry must be post free or paid. _ -  -jn^OWSON or ncM PJIESENTATIGN.- ranted tn purchase an Advdvibpa tu a Living fn the Cimiity of Devon, or in the parts of the^Counties of Dorset and Somerset adjacent to the Cmintv of Devon-; �r the Itight of the ncit� Presentation to any'such Living, wiiUihe pro ppct J)f an early vacancy.-Apply to AlrMir*. B�ll/>j|', Lane, and Lane, 2Vo. 5, Lawrence Poiintney-hill, f.nhdon; or to Mr. Bolton, So. 4. KIm-court. Temple. I.oiiditn. AN Inctiihbeni of a LIVING', alwut 19 rotlcS from Billh,- in Somersetshire, of nboq,t the Annual Value of SOOfi wishes to JiXCHAXGB it for a .Living of equal valun, either in Snrry, Sui>5f Kent-For further imrticidars apply to Messrs; Bleas� dal^, Atcxau'|er,'and'IIoliiie, iij New'lnn'i or.to Mr. J. A. Wicfchaiu, Fronie. SiMtierset.^birr.  ADVOWSON- be SOLI>, tbc ADVOW. SONof aRKCTOaV, of tJ�. value of .%out am per'Anmm, of -Wrhich the pfesetu, Incuiubent Is at a very advanced Age.-For further p;rrtical,irs apply to Mes-ts. Oraharti, Kinderly, and Domviile, SMicitorlu*�inn,^ London. TO MASVFACTURERS AS D Ml;RCII ANTS. EXTENSIVE PIlEMiSES .arc take" �Ih: .ron^C.ceDtrnl aild hetl frequented place of Edinburgh, for the purpose if .selling GOODS on UO.\l!iriSS;lt>N on a Rpjidv-mqhey plan. Geullenjeii" therefiire wishing to establish'.ibnstnesit in (he metropolis of Scotland have an upportu--^lity ofgiviogit .-^ fair trial at asiiiallexi)ence,nodtiiey may rest assured every exertion will be ibadc b^'. theTadvej-tiscr tn'make th*^ concern permanent. 'For yattirulat^ apply to Mr. WiUiaiii Martin, "iS, Bire^ii^lane, Corutiill, Lomioo. finiUlEE NEW SEELW>-a. A tie*tBoroious. - A GOSS LKTTUCF. which gVo�s.eighteenuiches high, and above two feet round; it is fiti; sweeter, crispcr, and. I. whitef t/i.-iiraJiy former sort. Itgiows ripidl>, tun:5 iits>>6n,-"ana iV aJttiosf ill heart.-!?; A IMU' purple,BROCOLI;of (^j^eqnal superiority: its hi-.-idsare.a3.fart|;.qui/i;k, iti,flavour iy mint delici6ii�, and Itstiolnur.wh^nron the table,'m'�.-t'cauiiv.iiBn.-3, A iiew^ KASTKRN Cdci/MfiER: jibicli br'"g� vrbnderfol fruit, often nearly two fret long, ^raighl and fiuely shaped, of the deepest igrecn, and. its fttvntir is rich beynmt de�criptiuu.-: Each of thrse is in (mckcts; with printed direcltoiis for cuN 'turei^eloto, tie" * Cl)f,lIo8icry�. Gloves, FkiiHiel.^; Drawers, Ladiei .'titeApCV^' iiinw! *i I sifilq Dt^^ tUf ti ooe,~&#. Sho'plieepers. attd those waut-||�ii(�iritfr' ihrref,H-c i'ihg tii:i^ Jufgely;. will find a gteat .'.idviiaiase bv att' early^ redeemable at pleasure, by adJretsing a line (post p:iid| to be left at the Bar of Rend S Cotfee-Umise, Fleel-sireel. hir Mr. Wilson, from town orcuumry, will he aii-^vereilby re-turn of pl^t.-No personal appliralioa c.;n be received ioilil the iiHtttre of the Security i.* know bv letter. l^EW FOREST, HAM P-;i�IR E-To be Sold, a ciiinpart KSTATF, of above one hundred Acr-s of l>iml, beaiiiifiilly and centntlly iiiiated b-tween Lvndhurst, Southampton. R logwood, nnd Rouiiiey. Imnietliate pissei-�ionway be had.-(inquirefor particuiarsat Joseph White's, Esq. Nffl.'b', New-squaie, Lincido's; le.ii; or at Chajles llar-Iiin's, Esq. Solicitor, Rttywood. tlaiil�ins, nnd-Offires (tf every descTiptiiiH, and near onAiundred Acres oF I-Rd; situatedal Yately, near.ILirlford, ehire, ag^od HNHrting c�nolrv, ;U miles W Coj;�cr.-l''or (a^ier particuhirs ai^ to vieJ tridge, iliimp-m Hvde Park - the abitvr, apply 10 J. Maishall, Upliutder, ^orti, Uitper King sttee*, , BtoomobMry. N. B. Thehnn9/'stawlsinapaddor!ttif35acreii. ImEEHOLDCOTTAGRaiHl LAND.- - SMMiuwnt COTTAGE, wilk Fartn^ari and re-({ui-iiie biiildii^, and 45 acres, of laiirt, consisting'vbiefiy of pusture^ urehard, at>d rich meadi^- situated in. a beauiifiil Coirairy,'caeh hou-e .ind stalilins iorsix horses: a r:ipilal walled g.-irileii, (mt house, and small pndduck. 'I'he house i-of inixleni ,inil liaiid-ome architeclHrc, and from its sitiialion cinoMiaiitls >onie of the finest views on I hr river, Theuhole isin lite m;isi oerfccl repair, and fit for the iiniOediali'reception of .nny Nubleman or tJrnllemnij's family.- For particulars, enquire at No, 7, Blo'Mnsbury-square, where a piau may be teen, ILLA and Lkt _________ __________....._ ................. elegant VILLA, two hours drive fr.on Town, with Coach- VILLA and LAND, Surrey.-To be Sold or Lkt by PntVATn CoNTa.\ct, the LF.ASl, of an bftuse, four siali Stable, excelleW (inrden fully cropped, nad J aboumlirig with fniil, Pleasure-j;round .ami Shrubbery along ' the Bjinkti of the Thames, with ripht of fishing, and in a country atforiling good slinoting .ind bunting, together with ' ten Acres of rich Meadows, besides rijjbl of pasturage, and more-Land may he had if desired. The Premi.ies in piTfeet repair, ami lUe Furniture tu be taken by appraisement.- Addrei^'i to A. fl. Pqsf-Oilice, Ho. 5, Bl.indford-sireet, P-rt-maii-squnre. rrro be'LET, and entered upon a JL next,'an eligible F.^RM of near 'M at iVIicbueliiias '.M acres of Meadow,'Pasture, and Arable Land, caMed Pens�ern Fawr, situate in CamtartueiisJiire, Snulh Wale.-, willdii fess than two miles of the market tojTU of NeweaiUe ICmUn, and eight miles of the town and port (if Cardigan. The tiinipike roads ti� each of those'J'owiis nearly adjoin the Farm. It it im-commnnly-well watered, and the soil well adapted for the .Norfolk system of sigrindiure. Apply for particulars to Mr. Beyabii, Solicitor,'Newcastle, Enrtyn aforesaid; Mr. James -ThttwaS:- iwMr, Waisiwi, Surveyor, tnilavcrfordwest. A.^apof tite premises is left aUegra�ie'l to a res|>ODsible tenant.. il ot Liri'LE COMPTON, GLOU-KA CKSTrUSHlRK.-To be�oi,� bv Private Cos-Tft.icTr.nli those valoalde and very de�iriible FEE SIMPLE audTVVlIE FREE ESTATES, in pws-ession and reversion, elijiitily Mtuate iu tU^ Parish of Little Cnmpton, in tke County'of Glnncesfer� coi".fining logether udwards of 1146 acres tif eicecdiiig:rleharabte, meadow, ami pasture lapd, together with Ih-; Jlanor,- with all rights, privileges, aud ad-vantages appertaining Uiercto, which exieudit oyer the whole of thesaid Pitri'-h. The fahn-hotises.juid h^iildir^are con-wietuly llujiXcd for the occupiitiou of the n-speciivc fanss, and the Mansiunrhuuse^may atauuall exjtence, be rnade a XOBiftunt f'.ur. mile� friuu Cliippicg Norton, ithree from Jlortph ill the .Marsh, six frciu Stow o� the Wold, and six from .Ship�ton upon Sto�tr.-To treat f.>r the-Esjate, ^apply to W. Meyrick, Esq. Ked l.ion-sqaace, L.)oduo'; or - to Uenry Clark, .Unnd Surveyor, bhipstnn Ui>u�Stnwerf of whom pri4ited Particniars wub Maps, aud i'ickets to vieW the litate.may be had. _ v CHELTENHAM-TiT be^SoLiTb^ Piiiv.4te CoNTliACT, in one Lot; the i-eniaiio'o? pnrl ofa itjosti, elieiblc PIECE of GltOU.N'D, coi.-iaini.-is" ;.'bom ten acres,^.] intifliy I- fiipiiipgaii oblougs-juare, upon which'huddiii^:q|iiai|tUyt ilviM ttrthe liiRi.s Pri'/eto his .Majesty's shijr Uarleqain, Lieut.'P. C. Aiistrirtlier, Commander, the s-ime bavin;; been some time since sold by aiictiim, but not taken away r paid by the pari chaser.- tor viewing the Vej-sr!.. .md Cargoes, JiiVenlories, stnd further Particular, iipply to Iaz. Brokers. Falinituth. and Nath.. Hiqgston, LMPERUL PARLUMEiM'. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Jcxe 7. On the motiiio of Mr. TIGU E, the lieport uf Capt. Man-by, tlie Etts;ineer appointed to explore and conduct the New Jtund^i to Ireland, via Port Patrick, for the eommunic.i-tion with Dotughadee, by the packets, was or^'rcd to be printed. On tbc Motion for the third reading of the Irhb Distillery Bill, Mr. BERX.ARD gave notice of a Motion^af an early period of the next SessiiKiof Parliaiiieut, fur a I'nnunittee to Eiiquire into the Slate of the D"i>tillery l�iws i>f Ireland. The Ijill was.rejitf the third time, pnfed, and .ordered to the Lords; as were also the Mililia Oflicers, Colonial Penalty, tbePeusioo Duly. andtheGood* V/'arehouMn- Hills. Tte Iftsh-QfiBOe lUsnla ioa Bill was com-uitted, and or-def�^ti�h#-ce{��cted to-Momw. Tb� Irish Tcmliiitt Bill was reported, and ordered to he in-groned. Mr. LOCKJI ^RT presented a PetitiottfroBV certain ."-o-prletors af Stage-Coaches, against Sir John Siiu:lair'3 ttiU to limit the number of outride posseager?.-iMlered tu lie on the table. The African Coffee 6ill,and the Judges\. maaded a Court Martial upon bii condm-t, he dectned it proper lo po.stponu his inofi'>n uiilii the result of that C"tiri Martial shall be known. Sir FRANCIS aURDETT moved for an account, shewing . the net proccetls of all monies arising to his Majc&fy, on Droits of A-liairaity or of the Crowa, since his Majesty's accession to the Throne, and the specilic application (hereof.-'Jr. dcrc d. Sir FRANCIS BURDS-^TT aLso ro.-se to give no. lice of a iiioli m f�ir a Commiitce lo enquire rc-specfiug the grant  Colonel Gordon at Chelsea College; but he wisnrd prcvinu-ly to know from the Hon. Secretary uf (he Treasury whether all the documents intended lo be prnr,ned his ho-ticc. Mr. BANKES moved for a Committee fo in. qttire what slops had been (aktui in conscqucncn of'the report of a Committee Id.

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