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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 9, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY: WMB-^B PRICE SlXPRNCE.IlA.LFPEN:Nr. ItT-AUXliALL.-UnJw the Patronage of fiis 'S'eJed Tins F.Yj':.VlNg.-^rAri�i�v r�\aui e .��j�^[^lUpyobHi�y aii*4lc�tr>, Ibui his Benefit i oisorri, iSi ji^r, wheh wflllK: ptarforuied a oltAM) i\lls. **;fi4Kt:0US COKf BjflT, a��l�ted bv the oi..� c�t�i*i, toyrcwnlloluv.rs urni  !7tl'lCEniUM, m*oi�ir�rMo�art,(orfour v eir Ii.fi�a�ry_w)d,Co�alr�; whli a faitUfiil L 'Nl'^itf'^     tne Moveiiittitii Kx. nf it Camvnn �n its jgtnci'*^'^^* fl'oiu--ticind Cairw to Surz.-Uunelll:lIl B fc^-Jfit" t>�"W�; Cuniwinv  riniaa;>'Mr. Rfdtrr'srit'gtuit TiplH RiitJtf D.inriuz. ^K�i'wiilnUe UafJe^iniulc of KAIIIY LAM)__ .jjMr.J$i>lu(^:jiijj.; Clonji, .Mr. iJiwieut j aiij |jpow�|* it.-intt of rtre Ward iu go-Its for thir )>utiiriKS!iand ii-.M.� in alm ^ every iiulart-r, 'tttttt iipiik) tlie influence �4tii Utm Ihc kin; i-ftitK-iiiv uf uiy 4'�*�>*�Jf� vhiw, and a cmiioand over ;UW.a:y�*%pf    VlirttedV.'Vr^rhad *oine forward i.> -MMOitiofe  m�i*bl;d^w mjR     !, i? a circomstanre ^'|i�,fr8iMffiptet�^%lQi{hraiiwi (iri^        ii���swiVy) of t S?*"*^ *SB*^# tor, from Iha charge �f havliig laaa OK MO �a>4ilwa; I-jitwavj tirufased Iiniiidt in , we^etea      vkich au|(. ^Ddcmflnd ihat tbe poll wai ic'liun apotF'iiie-alro'^t uiiprei�. 'ii�Hfi �ttcli at the ;^vhich onl'v -.^-----,------, . Wli- ; nuj�ai|r, tntt dpubtii^ ifaat joo wbich atraitliSin, viritli' ifoHce. All Act'� . ,'�n'd Ightham  Ruad.- ^rilainriit fiaviiu; bern lately � liixhway Iradiii'i; iriie, to the vll- e Rose aJid Crowa Inn, TonbridKC Town, in the �d County, on Tuesday tbe ISth'da:^ of June iiuiant, at one y�ck in4lieafipniouD prrci�r1v� with a wriiicn tender f ^-�    ' ! '-'-�-- of the rrt;flee�, ESaiid Sl->\." �'yti� Fjsctilty,tuiriic�liirlv�ttbif xa5oh of the,\ear; � va--Tb�^f�ea.hT.aprty.�>�n!:above, ihlcssn. S. hfgieuve ne>atftfr:*isflt-i9ouWe. BJorkTitf Cooking Uttri-, -;^W(54^l�erWr-t�ia*�for WhiilesAtneiiess and du-^dflif4i^tiuplet� setU(*'Pt�"y parti %\ nheptinted.jtriccji, f�Wd;-Futentj J^.-mei'Tifa'frajs.and-Tea I'rns, and -I ��caail.hsindf-Tea OhJj'auil'RexIstcr Swyes^ a gtnat I      �^;fi��y^�B/^>WrWf plcil. Co?fe Fillrr.'r^.    . ?>iJUlTi^. kfiDBEMAULK.-MOiXEV, '^islHiW^.Cent.^ill^e. ridvanced ,for 4onuiHes. se-real t'roperm where the Kran'ter has a ueruiancnt [\^-^. *Sd'pro^Jrtmi�bfry modcrnte Where the parties r:y*�'*y �:l'fc*�tiemt.iTIibsie whohavefieretiifMrc lirairt-i Wjexa^iUaL fernis,. mnv, be immediately ac- ^2�*fwed with^i^iaia^ from mi'ta ItM,oa   to rrflcetn K Wri^tiU; i^ad �ie 3< ��" a�i4^drt^"WiiKri MJii�.e�erjr ErcniDg.      ,   ., >� S^ff'yff^        Birmiiiehain  Xcw  Po?t '^0T*WWr�aM Ox^rd MaHpy&pv evening, airl iciL^(vif5day,.Tbat5da3r>!indSntWa^^ attt>o. rarm-irihrtn (iioucesteV aiid Chclteiihaia . ?6jifdia iiewr luid'oiity Day Conch crery SIZSJ^ �8���'ior, Chi�fle.Ur, Ar.iudd, ASEKMO.V will b- prci!c.bpd in the PM .Church of St. Ck'menl I Janes, Strand, on Surid.iy Alurniii- next, the lllh iiistint, hy the Rev. CilDW-TH1;.K.*A;m; Vicar of Chtia Church, Neivgate-slreel, and joint Le^tunx of St. Ifotoliih,; Rish'>ps>a(p, f�.r r Childnn btlonjing lothe Chnrity SchimUof tbesaid Parish. _ Pinycfs to tieniii at +;ie�en o'clock. TO P.VKER-rs amtf Gb'ARDiANs.-A HiuiGK&s and ArOTiilii^AUY in ^oddprarlncc in the vicinity af (Vwo, is iaiuraot uf a Vouuj; nenilenian of ^(tout It> vear .<4:' age, aodflf litterd ertucatjoo, :is n'n Appr/'iiticf.-t'or jiiin. tiruL-in apply, post, piiil. fo Wr. Ctfliuw, Aledicul Ra iottJedj;(>, for.ihe.purpotc eithi^r of edu-ratiiiga yottnj; i'amily as a Private Tuti�f, nr of �fficialingas &fretBry�'iiiiuf mertwitlui PerJiin of that-di'scriptinR in the Advertiser; and should the mudvm ;Lian^uases of. Kurope 'funa also an, ultjecl of deniaitd. hisi abitilies.la thtit rcprct' will be fouiid to oxrerd nnv niod rateex|iectation.-A Ihie nddressed^ to A. Z. at Mr. XiiniiV; Bookseller, Gre;i(Qaecn-ftrrer, LiiKoln't Jnii Frrld.', tbull be attended to tvitbia a feir days.___ rwSO AlILLWlSTind OU-MfiN.^To be S01.D JL-': �lii|er doeii'alFt&iHr orieiml cost, n cwmpief^ SKT'af CAST IR0N MACIIIXKRY, fixodand tiuhbedKy Renif, ftw lea-peiir of MiAvtM�> t-the fmnie work, &c. of Vtn^h and beaotv qf trorkitnuship almost uaparrallrlnl, �ith i>yes.-king.and Soaltiii); Mar|�inrrV, rqi'ually fixrd :i,n(l fiiii$!iejl{ �l.ssc�-,:is ()at-�heII1nK and Mastartl-makin];, &c. nirsftoaie near a navi^.thlo river, and inav he iihiupfiiror7i)ivpart(>ftbr Kingdom. Inquire of U. Wardalc ami S.in,, inerchuuf. Winhrcli._ f IU':KB0LD COrrAfciO, to be Soi.� Uy Pniv*TE CoNTn^LT. tiluatp .-it the M'efteru Extremity of Ciuitdford, i^u^ry, and romnianding a view uf the town and country, til for the imraedJate reception of asinall ccolerl FaiiiiH't ron.si.-iin^ of two parlours, kileben, fcul-lory, and pantry im thr ground floor; five bed chainlii.-rs and .1 dVcsfing room, and two .illics, with a Rond cellar and coal bouse, a \v!uh home di-iached, rind considernlily aliove a ({Uiirtor vf annrrr of wallrd ({ardt-n, in bijih ruUivaiiou, and plafited vitH choici* fruit iref, in full bearing; both pump and rain watiir are fuict iiuo the ilnusr. A go'ajl I'ew lu the Church iiatlacbriMo it. It gives a Vote bflib for the Town and County. 'Kh.* l'�U(iire&tohe taken at a fair Valuntion. Tl^e Purchasrr may be iiccnTnmndAtpd with the Furniture, or fiBV Part of it.- For pMrtirulars rcffr to Mr. Francis Barron, No.-47fi, Strmd, I.oudon; nr by letter (post paid) to Mr. Killick, Upholdt-r, Gnilforrt.__ Cnpiinl MANSK).\-IIOU�M, MANOIl. and ESTATK, .OfioesJf rshtrr, near tin.'tot.-^l'o be SOL.0 by Pxivate C4iiiir.-ict," .      � THE MAJJOtl, MANi^ON-HOUJJE, and KSTATK of 0�rr-C�urt, in the Parish nf .AimomU-hury; cuuiiatiRg of Hlinv  Nine JJiindreri Acrrs of capital lA'id (nciiriy rtie whole of which lies within .a ring-fence); -diA-idcd intii'siiilalile l-�rm).top>tJirr with ixn cxaiHeut Ste-wardVhoaK.andnbe other boascs and cottages of the village or barajpl^fpver, Afso B? vCo'Uage-righls on the Marsh-common, or ^It-marsh; in ihe^hid Pariiih. ^'hc;M�l��Mon-housp, Hilhor witbnutthc manor.nnd hamlet, inay btt purrbaved with an quantity of l.ind, tint lees than IIU  acre*, including the Piirk;*�d thepurchiisiT will be nccom-msdatiid with the Hf'iTiture and any part of the farmiiig-ttorkronfairtenn-i. The crentiT part of the purcIiaFe-raoney may, if desired,' remain on mgrlgus^ upon the earate, for a term of v^a'rs. Over-Court is distiintnix railrs and a half from firisiol and r4i'taa,upoii an excellent road. The Park and grounds are finrly wooded, and the IIiHine commands a beautiful view of the Severn nu'd WHttt tnoaiMaiiis.-The house and ofticRSare lalrulatcd for the arcoinmodalion of aLir^efimiihsand the gardeiia aud ho't-hoUs<*s have been lately fonni- u Mesirf BptfjfiMicb and Palmer^ Snlicitors, Bristol, who will give tickets for ti|ftTy, Govcrn-nieni llt^pdt, or.-tny public porpo.-e for which extensive pro-misesiire wanted, their siluatiou being cn extremely eligible .for an tmmrdiate land or water cuutmuairatinii to ail the inland or ^lort towns. Theceirtre Building is one uniform and very eiihstantially erected eirvatibn, measiiriiig 18i) feet hy 43 feet, three stories high, io different'gallrrie: tnrirs fofbrewing, Krin.irieii or store rouins, UOeil op With two Coppen of lOl) and 1:0 barrels c.ich. Mash Tuirfor 40 quar^-r-, Sli-nni lingine, ll.>rs�i Mill, 'Stillions. Under Bark, and Cooteis, togeiuci: with all the other machinery ami fixtures (exct'pi the Vais, which niav be taltcMi& at a' fair valuation). Also, on the pr. niisu� is a viTj conveaieut and couifitrt.-ible Dwelling Hou.>e and Ac-fomptii g House, two Mnjiiii;; lloases, rnpnhle of making upwards ut IOOOii ei>, aud Waggou anil Uray Shcihi. -     " .The whole Will hf oflered to tin?Pablic fir>t in ono Lot^'but i f nut sold together, then in tlie foIluwiiig.Lots c Lot.l.All.that the si id centre Pilejnr Building, ISOfeei bv 45, with Ciiluinnii, Ue�-rvoirs^ Bricks, valuable B,tuli<<,' .'ind Timlicrsiif the grra'le.,t lintths add dioiensions, nod of the fir�i quality ; Flooriu:; and Rouijngi covered with the best bl:ick Westmoreland slules; Copper Gulfcrs, Lead Fl.vh-ings and Spniils Would be, togctnet-, a Lot worih the alien-tiun of iiiiy Siicii^y'of |)uild^s or Timber Merchants in Bir-iniagbani, Bilstuii, or \Volverbaoipton,nilheA]atrrials would easily renu've.by the Cai'ul, ur the same may be put io lots for fi!e':ji'i-itnitiii'idn(ioh of iiidividuals. tot 'i. 'nic Waid Slrlie of valuable Wharf Land, mraturing nhouttwo .ncres, wiih ihe^aidUweBing house. Accompting-hou'-o;, i.'ic iwo Mailing-houses, Siore-ruoms,'Coiiper:tgr,Stables auii'Shids.errrtfd round thrsiiid two acres, iuio whkb 3 BiJincJ! of the . >s (wiihnul wiiicli no adeijuiite idea ran be formed of them)-will br permitted by'eoq!�irilig.ittbeOlBeeuf Ibe Britannia Brewery. Joiguife of .Messrs. Burker aud Unett, Atturaics; urot the Aociioneer, all of Birniin|Lh di|>re�e�1^ . nlid Gentlemen, wbtt^ veoc'alfe M:iir,  -    ' Prlee'7�.;per biatil�;'o'l^ onrMottIe| rontaining fourstnall, at oin> goinCa, orsiv gttiiiea,b iini?-�treei ;.aod by pnociaal Pe^Binrrs aiid Mi-diciaa V4.-uders it �fls)nndk� iMd^aMdSCitiaM.  � �   � most i ROYAL HOTEL, Cri-miagham.-Posting re. 'xliKed i� 3*1. per mile, by the Public's ohcdimt hei-' �laiilv-. STVLi;S; ' '*' ^'"te^ .^''�^�nghain. Ju.ie 9. ISOf>. vlCrL.ALLl.Nij-Oltiui.. May li, jaua. Vonitnissionei-gfor l^icruailing Jhs Mjjct. i 'fo /'""(''y if�':� AVtire,  (Jffiw.   - iVu regard sill be had to any Ttnder ia altich the price tha-l not te in-tctieiiiit tttirdtat teitgtlt, ,irthat %,'ial! not be deliiered Jo tlie Board befart One u'Cluck �n the suid Tuesday, the l3(/r iiisfnnt, nur tin/(� rAs' Pcrion ahii makex tht 'i'ltnder, or suiae Perton un Jiin hekalf, atttnd, tu amiecr �lM allied I'nr. VJCTUALLI-Mj Ul'tlCh, June tj, iw-a rT^UE Commissioners fur I'^ictualling His Ala. JL itti)fs {Nary do ktrtbs give Notice, I hat un Ffitu s, .ind KKiHTY TO.NSof CHLSIIIRI':, UEKBiSiJIKi;, H AKWlCKSillKF:, or GLOLCtiSTERSHlRE CUKKSi:, or Cheese of equal goodurss.; tu be dtliverr.d (the Jtum i'uly free, f,-uvt the Jiui'ded H'ar^/ionses at the I'ort of Loiiilim} in tht ^iiane of tne munth, ii to tiis Majulfs ^'ictuu^lilig aiiirc*  epaiil fur by Hilu, pnytibit,icilU Jiiteiat, ni'tety-ilmt i'fitr dale. S*; B. No Tender fnra less quantity than Ten ThouiaDd Ck;iM� of AiHu will be'admiited. � �'^'HiX^tiont of inn Conti^tt-s may be seen at llie Secretaires Vj}ii:t.  ' Ao i�^.r iiit:il at Dt-iil, k:iiii'ii undennentinntit arlicl-.i for eig^tlctu invnl/is i.ei tuin, fn-ni ihe ut July, im. Beef, .Mutton, Bread, Cheese, Rire, B.nrley,Milk, Greens, Oatmeal, Sago, Sail, V iiiegar, Coals, Oil, Lrets, I'oti.cibj, Soap, Candles, Sugitr, B-.-er, Buviii:-, and Pot;ilofs. i^o Tender �iU ic i'cceiocd after thte u'Ulock on ih: day if Treaty, nor any niticid unlesi Ihe I'tirty, er an Agent for him, fierSonnUy iitleiid.  Each Tnuler inu,l be arcutnj mieti by \ n Letter from tico rtipccla'ilc I'erMtnS engaging tu becvms ' bnundtcith Ihe I'eiiunltndtring, inthc^am uf JlW.'. for tht, due performance of thf. Contract. i'Hrthtr I'urticulan may be Umun biiapplying at thit OJJict; or to Air. M'Kirdy, Agnntof the Jto^al Jlo-piailat Ooal. AUiURALTY-OFFIc'liriviiiy 3,), ;Si)9. N0'li\C>V, is hereby ^ven.) that a Sessioji of Oyer and Terminer and Haul DeUrtry, for the Trial of 0f-' fencei cummillttt on the High St^at, tcilhin lh i), containing upwaids of 62 statute "Acres; and also a Motsu.igc andTencnien( in Ihe Parish of Rhiwabun in llic County �f DenJ)|ghi b�II�-d TyddynyGlo, containing^3 A. I It. fJJ'.^f '->'itlWeineasute, and a well-ncinbtomed I'utilic-house iuljoin-'ipjfliitie.'.-tiiinc, with convoiieol Oothuildiagi and Garden tUereuhlo beltni^ing. Tliere is.'i moral certainty of-Coal being under e^ery part of the tenement in Rhiwabnn, us ii lies in llie ceuiic of (he Collieries there, and is conveniently situated heir tiie line of Coal exteniling from Llanjmynech tov/.-ints Wreiliain. The cAline-l which ison lease for an unexpired ti-rm of three vears), is wiirked. to great profit, having produced for srvenil years upon an average from 60U/. to 70U/. per nnniini, iniliidiiig the "F;irni or Ri>>alty, which is b". out of every iO*. Maps of the Fstates may be seen lU Mr.Rirh.-ird Cr X"n's, in Oswcslry, and printed particulars had of iiim; ami also of Mr. Hughes, Solicitor, Coitnge, near Sr. A.'a|)h. Fiiot-shirs ; from whom further inrorniation may be "htiiii ed. (jgr The.'everal FARMS. IIOUJJLS, and I.ANuS, in the Towu ahd Palish of Mallwyd, in the Counties nf Munt-pgoiuorj and Meri.iiieth, advertiMrd tti lie sold at the I ross i Fiixe* Inn, in Mallwyd, on Ihc (ith imt. is postponed to a ' fpturelday. " Somereet.-FRiiF/IOLD UA/K\ F,\IMf.-Hy f'CHLIC ACCTiOX,inthelattere�dof Ju!ie-�i,,i. at tlteCiiy of Uells, as will he hereafter more particularly expressed  (Unles.-j previou.-lvdisjii}�ed of by Private t onifaii), AVVry valuabte and rampact FRI^KfiO-M) F'S'J'ATK, rtir.sisling of lil'ireo rloies of rich mL-ai".i,)w and pa'^lure land.all within a rii>� fri;i'e, auil .idjuiufnf arh other, excepting oiie close, vihicli i -|)'i>:i iMpUt-t, Crosriiiiihe,nnd Pilton, in the aid county. Thf rr j:; a l''.:r:ii-huirse iiilhe centre of the estate, with a very a'o'd barr, mwl e.verycoKveiiience of out-buildii:;^; c.-irurn-iu'il orchard, �veil stocked .with fni.i trees oftiie choicest >uri^. 1 lie whole nf inc estate is pasture, except six acres, which has prndu'-ed only ^wircrops. and been lately la'd fallotv. The es'iiie.:s . williiu three miles uf the city o"f AVells, .-vtioiit tixtreii fi.in Bath.jXwo.-frtim (he market (own of Si:ep!.m .MaII  capjibleuf great improvement. The �ilo:ilion Udrligtiiful, eninmnndinr a mo^' ,i;,teii>jve profpect of the Vale of'Glanioutcirv ; and a pwr-cljaser who miiht with to build a new'bouH*, or iinpnive itie pre�eri, wiU find materiaU near at hand. jt'l.'Jt) per amiuia  jMiibej-n; ottered, clear of all taxes- The tenant ha" hfid jii�tice io quit, which e.tpirer at L;tdy-(!ay ->'. B. A fm.'i- � rieiraWe part of the purehst^e-money may remii^H "ti tnorl^ige .if it irwished.-Fuither inforoiaiion itiay be idn.iined of .Frowd jiBiiJ. Blandtorrt, SolLcilurs, T'mpfr, �t Cafe.nlon-istwfi'^.oiMlmrj Mr. CfaiiTlion. Surveyor, Stonnop, Wilts: -at Mft Wniiaiks Aaciioiicer,Sh"ahwni-���rt, Br&lgl (Jl^f. '4c'lt1*^ki1-I>iiul;.., ( TIi/> d.ay i:f publisl-ed. in Four Volomes 12m�?. price oae-1    _ tiiiinea in ^o.�lrda, ENGUSil ItuQTdliRS; ot.Anccdolcs -ft.   of the HOWARD JAiWlLY. Siv!;i, r lavdlc, lo fiiijro. -- .^nd j:i�o.to airy .^intUing A local hab'.l.itio" and a name; .SnAKsrExas. ; " Frintcd William MiHer, .Mtiemarlerjtrect. fu-fhe prefis a-id sjiendily wiH he published, in one Tulyme qqnrlo, illiu'.ralcd n i(b flutes, aud a bowl uf S'r Joko Htinre. ' ANARRAT[VK of the CAMPAIG-V of the BUiri^U ARV.V in Sl'.M.V, Cmnmanded bv hi* Fxcelleucy Uiutenai:! G'-neral Sir JOHN .MOORK, K.B. &c. &c.-From au(heiii:c d-'rumenis, bv J .\MKS MUORE, rioted for J. Johnson, St. Paul's'CIiUiCh Yard. TO MH. IVlLLLiM COUIiETT. Sir,-I have bisen for many years a Subscriber to your Register ; an-J i nuw wioh lo puf a few questions (o you, your answers fo which must de-lennine whether! shall ciiniinac to be so or not. As I sball take every tncjiis to render vur orres* pond^nce public, it will serve to promote the sale dfyoar P  justice, had the pficc. f.-r holding the Court Martial changed fnfrfi Portsmouth to London; having ial all his wifutssis summoned, and ihe day of trial (T wbich lie hid due no(ica�t,. Loo.V.1) May 29. .   ,  Pol, Reg.-ApK. 15, 18.19. n. b^l. ;  , f Pol. Ht^.Fcb: i, m.', p. 1/8.       

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