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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SATURt)AY jimi: 17 r i U C E S! X I' F. X C I- AIA f - F P E v .\ V -j^w---- *?AUXlIAlii/.-Undir thf T'lfroi.a^M of Ins V Jii.v.ii jHihii."^s ifar l'riffc�" -f Wale--ON' MON-ViaY '-n.-19, IV- a C;RANOGAI,A,k>t e^'^fiitial aUer4U'>�is.        rvc >vii>c -.v i.irWtv of ' ttil four, Ome of Mitint; tiiil^ hMfau T'"r.rtvin.-nt-;!id di-ciiRitioiJ'-" hidi have l..ns l>e.v i>re}i;ii- i    Hk, Drnwine iModel Academy t.ir > Tlic Music by AfV. If. SMART. GkiU'I KnVJiiiCP lInU f�>r th*- IV'ttps and Pit. and :i ,.e�*' I..diby aiid.t.'affrC'iCouni jfc liujiared tor the re-'i.'�V�n "f thepublir. '    !        r:()UNTT  a ' jiini 01 Vice. _____Fini- Sojilhann�ttHi-str e Ji.ddrn at f lie Oincr a� ahnvc. -n TUur.itav il.e :iT>,.lif4lion lo Mr. ^Juiler, .N   1^2. *^"l��f-i>i"iJ;"f*' * i'OIJTRA ITS 8ud MIM ATURKS paintrt in .1 eooil �t>lp, .'Ilie roiiiihi are open tViim ten � iiur. ) oiini: Gpntlemen, that has {lai'ied such uniirerral apprnhalinn, is iwj.-ti as ijioal, twice a-tvef k.   P:{rtipilara may bo kiiqwn as :ibovp. GORGE FREDKHIcirHA:\DF,L, Ksq - A Three-Qijarter length Piiintin^ 6f this CPlobraled Cnnnioser, by Hudson, nnd account'-d by all amatcBrs an evcelleat likeness, tit be seen and dis|)osed of at Me.^srs. l>i-s='te-ftreet, I oiiijpn, nji or before Saiiirdav the ladi  ittv�i('3�lvne\t.   Bv Or.liTof the ('uurt-f DJreft.irj. 1 :.\. PICK J-RIVG, Cliief Clerk'and" Secretary, Si;. IJel'n's-i�t:.re, Jiiim 11, IS()9. 'l,|ASO'NIC CHARrrV, forCl..'n.itri;a.)d K.tn', jLtjL eating (he Soils of Indigent Freenia-B:is, uhnse Pa-Ti-iii if. nr kas been a Member of the regular .Ancient Const?  tuti'iir"f Freemasonry, ifi Enfiland.Scotland, Ireland. Anie-rint; iVe.*nd to alleif Widt��� 10/. per Ami. for each lioy � mia liv a y^nri x>f ags. - '   pATJiav- . The     I of KINGSTCTN, P.;?. G.     and n. W. M. pfiKe lloja* Vavai l.odse, -heVl lA tUeir oii^ii Hall,, Uur^-vtreej, near the Towen VicElJtfeStDENTS. fucumbent of a UVING, about 19 miles J\ (r..m Batb, in Soiqerselshire, nf ah.iut tiie Annual Valoe of 200�. wishes to KXCHANGE it for a LumK of eqdal value, either in SoTrv. Susset, or the Western part of Kent.-Kor further particulars npply to -Vessrs. iJleas-dale, Alexander, and Holme, II, New Inn; or to Mr. J. A. Wickh.vn, frome. Snm;r�Pt.-iUire, light one. black hair, tvilli n bald plnce on tiie right >ide, about the s'Ze of a crown piece,   lie had on a hlack cnai, a .striped toilniet uai?tco:it, blue'cloili |!ajitAlonii:, aiid l)lack ; pailcrs.   He had a silver hunting vvalrh,  M.iUer's name ; O'.Veale, of LiveKpool, aad tvio �eals. mie eii:;r.iveri �i!h ' lhec>p'ierl. R. ami the other H. .J.   He h.i* I.e'n lui^-iii^ since Tjies'liiy, t|r..* '2jd irt' May, when he nh.-iui eight ': o'clock in til.-evenio:. in S"t. J'aul'.- Church>\aii!, and was ! supposed t'> he piiiiif; lowardr IJolliorii. I     .^iiy Person, giyin� infiTinaiionat the PuW'c ()rtire, Row-' ?tiei-l, whereby he may he di.-cuvered, shall r.i-eive a Re-; ward of Fifty Guineas Vruu his Krierds. REsTDENCK near RKAIJl.XG.-Families  iiTv ('-rou;jd.�, in hisli eiil;i\ai'"H. iijirilii r V.'i!h (iir ;Cwiiiiihpe will J)r.�ittin|f; and the Paities ^*ti/jl)>g ti( contrnrt.nr/- dptited /o aiteiiji;-(iond IJutchers' - 'M^r�*#!i as mouyftilltrir^ty, r lo^s, and .lirkjnss of "beef, VMrk i:xi)k'f, veihv'anii letr'df mutton pieris. free from Korte, Jrp, shuuU' ra, ^atul bre.i�- of ji^ood w e'alher ii)uMl(�n : at SJlone. The wVeklv .'oilMmipiioii is ahou(,5di>("ne. jnclnd-aJiIwUprrajirjJtmnf pfitar meal for the' Sj.HJter's tahlr'. 8�r�t>>all^uiiVr wC|l vfir^U'aiid �f raped ; cltaii GlouceMe'r le Pillar l,e>�, a.'; ^oud asnew,havnn; been lillle r.sed, cort Jl giiiiea* las.ly, belonged lo a N'oblc-mau. Will now he told for '21 (iuiheui only. T" he seen from Ten to Four o'Clivk, at St). 5, Leicuslcr-place, Leicester-square, private ho(i�e. AGfjitlkj^an long act"asloi)icil to teach pri. vafely'ln respectable anil di^iin^ulshri) fanijlies, offers his services to prepare Voun? Nnhlenien or (^enllemeo lor the Public Schools or the UwiverMties. Ai his avhrations �ill call him to Ramsgate or lirit;htnis in the course of the ensuing season,' he will he happy 10 attend occasionally in any family go'm^ to �ithcrof those pl.ices.- I.eders addressed to A. 15. lit Mr. Prinjle's, UphohUr, Wardo^r-slreet; Oxford-read, wiillieduly .-itlended to. 'AN TED for a SURG EC iN '� re-spcctable AUKACTOR V   in   the C.ui:.i.y, _  I a .MA- ' and   a   Vv Alii.- : IIOCSI-j,   cndiicleil al pirs.iitln an Ageni in l.iiedoti.- ' The'whole Cmicern has been Ions e't-ihlishecl, .iiul i-tlie(i'>l iiniuality of the kit-.d 111 Kiiirlaml.    The .Ma'liulacuny 15 rur. \ rect initr plan, with (Jroiiuitcipalih- nf any iieces--ary i-Kien- ; sion, and the Warehmire is the i-oinplete-i ,iii:l best ritri;iie . l^f^liE Principal Ojjicers aiul C<:in!ni':^lun  iiiilnnl, IIkij iril> r^tiue j'mders /rr sitpplii'n^ Jilt Mujtati^^s Yar' zt ^'n-x-rv.'^^ h tiny sp:cin o/LfMi:, orLl.Me'^KONV;, jirnper i.) be ii^ed 10 W urks under � .ilei. j'h /', ii-im m-^^l ' t ]>� r- l/ir ^/i ric-: nj �.':>ir VI- Jnif'^to'iL inUitilcil I� bf s.:/j;j ilw W ru^upni tc/iicfi it       f"-{ II :^�c.^-, tt'ul till. ^m- Ct.> ij/' .'ft' �rdxL^ if tiuf'-ni iit Sherni^s*.    VVc; Piirlic^ '.a - i:i -i; rnnk\- f^.- s iicid net at' ti-'l.', ''Id t- 'icll 1 r, r is     ti ;//( ,! tct'.  i- i.-i i'lfu I,. Vt'Jii. iv"!-., .luiK- IS  isu^. ''11 y. Cotr.mu'-iorerr fur yi  vj' iliz i wUi uci lUuij �/c :ir^,i at lUc^ci'ic-titles Ujlicf. fin rr.yiril \ri!l /'.- Ii'i:t t" imj '/'. n:ler in ich'r'i l'.- pi ic- .tA.- i nil* t'f Hi- rid iH u'>:'tfs til leiti^t/i^ ... t/int ihti'i. nvl bf >i^ti fr'd to il:v '' -"re   (Jtir It ('/,^f^   un  I.': - mi tl  'l'v:C3i\:i\ ^ Hi'. f iu^.iiiiy tic- u'./fia //( I*.isun w'tt> vr-Lk't-i t/l? 'I't'id-c, , ���r rn^ prison mi his tt/iu'l, ilttnul'-'y ut �fi,w *" tf/'/ -t lilt AD.V.IHALTi-in'H.,1., .'.iiylj;. NCTI'" K ii- hereby o-Zrt;,';, thai a Scs.-rmn of 0;ji..r an.I Tfriiiir.,f wu! lino! Ihlifim. ;\,v (lit Tiinl'ofVlf-J'ctlce^ Ciriiiiin{it-.-: tin til- lli^U St-it:,^ ii.t.iirLf.':r-'_ti-i.-i:iirtit': nf III' Miliiiirnl.'i iij i:ii;:li^i.il. icill Uliti:i at Jii'vee liirl; 1:1 l.he UUl  !'>;'.:;i:y, I.-ndji;, r,n  l-'ulovv, .! -..e la-sl, .U I iiCloek. ill Ih.' Mor.p.i;:.     \. .  \\. ,'<)'.,;,. KOVAL I.-VCHANC s ANCK Oil lev.. M..^ .1, ISO.-J. ''FAJIl': Cotiil nf Dircciors ,f the Hoval Kj- JL riiA\(;i: Assi, u.\Ncr'i'u l-criiixi irrr \i:/ice, thai /A-ir Tr.uisfer-lioi^k-iri7/f,'nl y, ow'Tii-d ly, Hi f June ncx/, to Itu'iday, Ih-- ' ilh it'.h\\v I' Z/^j;/.^�, tint a (ineinl Comt if a:r 3''^ {'nipuriilicn, nil/ i/c /ml 1 nut tli.'ir (tl'icfy nn   \V eitiiPsri^'j .   the o/',.'iro, i.L  fc'.'t'-il Ciohl: til I It': I'orenuon, In ��, ii-'i'rc nl'ii Jj.'i'i!,:it. SAM j L.N'.S I.Vv , ii.i. -ecretnrv. Attendance is civei, .l.-iilv, at the sa'd () ^ce. .mi at their O'f'cc in I'all Mali, f-r i.'u- .A-ur.-iiK-e of Huilil.e;;*, Goods. Merchandise, and hhjp^ in Harl)!),:r, in Duck, or while hu'liliiii;, friiiii l..^-s or l^.npaceby I ire ; am! alio for liic Assur.-i'.-.ce of. aid gr.uitiii^ Au'Uities on Lives. iilK (^ROV'i-:, n.Mr Fi'lMXn.--To he-orn V�v I'uiv\TF,  Tii\rT, ilia" cmivenieiit Rriideiire, called Till-; 'C;R()\ K, s.-v.-nie.-n aiiles trmn Lmid >m. rear Ihe Newinakel Rfiad, in liic p's-e-'ion of Mr. IJlii-k, the Mib-ia-ni-il and  wel'i linislH: 1 RKI) or Gri-y Hair must clltciiially int.l  per. j iituate i�y r early p'5-e"i-'.'i of a li.iuie mill premi-e- in eoncplete rep-iir. Kor pnrt'inlir-, .ipiilx at Mes-rs. (irih.iin, K inderlev. a nd Domville's, No.6, Linenln's-Inn; at Me -rs. .Ldin HIn'rk and I'lionwis Cliapmrin's Cliani-bers. Middle-Teni|.;e-llall Slairr-ise; and at the Grove. Cine Sh"P-"""''' (��i'e. R'^al l^xchaiiK'': ht Dav" TORY  l m'Wanls of 1.');)/. per annum, in l.;in I, s'lu ite in an healthy pa.t of 111- ("o'inlry. eenleel neighbonrhi.nl. ne.ir 10 amarket t'lwii, an I rolid^ ^'lo.l. To a -ileady ^ niiemaniv persori'theabove ivi.-iv be m.ide an object u"d thai !> iiureasiog mofe lapidly llian any other r'ouiui. Hie metropolis, haS .'i pood dwelliii      -  -  � WlNSTANLiA and SDN, a lapilil Me.!.^i.>ir House, sen'-cd ill a p.irii n!" Ill acres, with oilice-, sl;ib!in;;, );rir'^1:1, plc.isiirc ^roiled , sreen and hoi-hnuse-, .aid evcrv rei|u(iite arcoaimodatioii lor ,1 family of d .liin lun . Ih'- Hint.;- tm-taiiis d ijilis and dr;i� iiej r.uni^. hilli.ird r'em, a'l'fi. entrance-hall, iiniueroiis l�. i si,T ri>w. liisiuit .lb ).it a iTii>''r" ! I'n^ To-'n nf no ihe ro 111 leji.ii-':: f-'>n   t.O'idort .:rii t'o-intr ., a'liin.ls �v ii!i-^fvul Roads, fr'ini .M:!''->e\ li.l'h.a d      rr.i-'i B'.M-if Mrs. II.imm-, a::d �.�.'II ];f ],�! nit'i or I liich e: Af.igu id qii.ility. attacl'ei', The llOtSl-, late in the pos- casile ; a Capl.-il Mai.i a, M ciLO-iijy, i::am.\(;. s-Min of tf.e Diik'' of Nc'*-II  rnrni-h'-d. ami lil for ihe and is al.iiu.lanll> supplied with m�st exfi'lleiit water.   Ihe j ulanl ;ind'uten-il', w hich are in evei y reaped c.ilculaled (of liie irade wal are in good i-oi.dition. to be taken al a vaUia- : Ihe ir.iile     .....    ^     ... tioii.-l-l'or furiher particular^, apjjly, Mersis. Snow apd Sciivcns, aecoumjoda'ion of a hirge l',-uni v, with.-ineic e.liiig eood k1 .hen gafiieii, well slocked an.l cropped, ple.isnre croon.1-, aim rirh iiieadow-laiid, in :the wii.d,- atxiut thirly-euht acres: excellent d.imestic oflici"", siables, .^c-I'or u'th-r p'ariicularj, inquire of Mr. Crosby, No. 7, Bruton-siieei, Urrkt ley-square. _ A-Iili.Moe r.r  .A,M..iriie, whie Maiiiire-^ier, in ,1 j>li-a di-t.ml aiHiut It) nr'.li-: too, .-mil in [1 ^--s-ina wilhM. t i;,.- I|>ii rh"M Kuril tar ;i:id in i-\iit c.-"tfli'io:\ r'"r iiirri'er p.irt eal :r=, �'1! in treat for t'l'- �Tine, apply to ile-fs f .de. ir, ..�>rf.'ra 1, \s)iborne, J.)erl>vshire, per-Eonaliv or !iy Lrlu is f pr.Lt p:;;.-!.)' ^XCF?.{. .VT~FI{ KKITOJ.D  ti ' m-ar llf-adir:!; ( ,^ il'i iiT'iii'-diale pn^^--Soi o It'-' t'(ijv.\iij ('iix ; n .If., i.m tliI't.-i conimairou- lir ck D W 1.1.1.1.\(i IIOI    , offices e.iic'i iiun-r two p Ml ii.ni-e, slaniiiri:, e;tj idib'C.sS adjniiilr;:. n' me.i.lo-.v   laie:,   c.'iin.r.Moj: 1 ij;..m:i-; a)-To he y le. 1. .id w.rh alondant I w .il'ed i.'srd.-ns, .'ind ilr 01'i\ rir'i :ind | rodurriv,-11   lii-di h-iii:b- rs .a- d dre*--!. si If bv Inter (p 1.-.No.tj, l.i.rl-strcel. MMBER for the NAVV.-To be Sor. PnlvvTi; CoVTHMT, jj;) very fine .N'A yY OAKS, ami 3W C(U''l*ICI''.OAKS% tying <<�   li"ev'e.r h!i|ii>ei;s he the I'lest'ni-Mer inii-tjun 11 to llie h.n d- "f the liea-.'KriTsnf the 5,-'iid road Iwo wiiiiijhs real in .-Khari.e, and ;il;0 twe trcnritv .wifti i-ullic'ent sureties to the satsfaciioit of tha -rii>;i�fM,f the �.iid (toad, tor the di:- paynieiit of the re-Caii!..Vr-.t -licit ii�ies,-i-s ihevshall direct. .  - S">\'MrLL WALLKR. Clerk to the Tnistees of the said Road, ^ru^d.-ld. .�nhe"l'A ISOP.  . __ Col)i! inatjon, in which the greatest tle.^vti' of u Vl. Uti'rilv is'bloiided with equal r.bfian'-e, i.^ allowed to lie lire ' UoHi these t|ualilie� are ,irkro" li'dged lo be unit d, in a sui.erii.r d-greu, in the heauiitul articles of l-nrmtnre ;,,;f-V-nrcd by W.GAI.MK.S .Nov..V( und .if. .St. V.iA-. . <" a situ ill iclAa.     Ihe PORI'.^lif/lMVIMTING UKHKS.ind ; <1'"-. I I.R COPYING MACHIM.S,at.he same time that 1 erly   � thev are universally admired as the most elegant liH-nlture of ; '^ee^J Hie libiarvor lioudoir, are the most e'teenied for containiiiir, ', -| i-.a-ii..-dl eoinpass, ihe KequiMfe^ in con^-lnnt daily u=e lop , I Uriliu' Dres-iiitf. Travelling, �i'f.fi'r Ladies'i:.-e.as well as ; n.-..il. ."^^eiTs^i                                 ran he rompletP. .�^lOCKINGS.-Sfliing off, uncomiTjoiiIy reeiiold COTTAGE and land.-To be \ .__SOLI), a ne,-;t CtJirAGL, wiia rnnn'-yard and re- \ ---i cui-iile b-iildiin', aii.l 1.1 acres of land, ronsistijig chn-lly of i l)y [ pasture, orcharil, and rich meadow, situated in .1 ln-aulifnl 1 Coiiiitrv, C'ln^eiiient to the lurapike ro.id, three mil-s from � Toiibriilge. thre fpun Seven tr)nk�, 2? frmn  1.....don.- '] Coaches pa, to be , �'bv Paiv.iTr ; Co.\TU\cr, (ly Wl.v.S i" \N LY ant) .�sON.-Ihe very beau- : tiful Villa, willi olhe. s, slabliiu:. coach lioi.se, g.-rden pi. ,1- : sure grounds, plaiilalioiis, farm yard ;ind ..iit biiibfiii;:-, Uilh from 'jn to 7fi acres of land, 1,11 rooms, with c.'Pv.'nit-n! tlusei-. h.in.lrome e.a-ll j)ii;portion:-d drawing ro'^ni :;nd dinin^f i...il.iir, b eanfa^t .-n.-i *; n .-keeper"- riii'ins, H-rvants' h-JI, I; :lch-i.. i)^�^^^r^. aa � u:i-h f.oiise, lau''dr\, alp, iviiir. red i.r-t r-li ir-. Tin--- rr-niis.'S h ive been reci-ali;- biMii, are n .-ficre. !ih -l;a,ale at Caversham. about a mile fmai Ue-idine. e 'lam i.i.'iinj :ie;.u. titi.l vievi s of til it toAM .-ird Ue-R:^ t I'l: :-n.-s. V k 1 ii;:!: . m U.-rk--. A Co ituu) lii'iis rr- irrx-r i,t .".  - r. a!V)>U- imVi . stable, r.niiigc yard, aid nio-l e.ipiial wall.d g.ir.len a:;-jiiieiij in th.- |)rcferiii|e pari tTatt.i>\n.- !'.> ' c vi.-v. e:l 'oiilv with ticket." I'ich Ti-.w >)- Iri'l af i I n- 1 s ird Co. I. iial j'lr e'\or-;, Ke.-idir.:. v^Iio are ail:iaris''d   til  lr*-.-iI   l',,r  lire sale, ai.d pa'li. alar-; fct^iiare, l.'in.toi;. -(One .Mr. IV... 't.  Sj- 12, Leic-^tei-t TORK. and LEEDS cb^,�y, anji e.xucdititii ne�v cotntnotlious safe, PO'^T "COACH I'.S will .--l GOLt)!:N%ROSS. cr;ARlN .tiL^AV.'\'GE, Liidgale, every morning at half-past sff; hre.-jftr�tatll�*iRed-ti�n, Bartiet i dine ailhe Cock, Lat>�,j^j^ t;r*lhaiT� lim ; hrenkf(��t .M Ibe Red Lion, 'jMra^i^jjr-f ^arrive in t-eeds bv twejve, and York" by flealiMWiir.; There"are only foixr Coachiiien etnjiloyed, and If' Gu^rd.nnt} Cn-aoh go throughout. Every excvtinn M�l)?enand.\ull continue to lie iiiade=, to rentjerthis the best �"i�C}.-inccbnthe'Nbnh Road,        .       P '    �       '     Bs GFO. ROULTON and Co. V '-VT      Gojden fJrosF, (he follow iiig Cjirriages, set out if .'."�*nvbtjienion numerous 10 meniioii: U,v�.r,,Mnj RippditinOs Post Coaches, only one night out, l.a'd �hisk- ''vrV^'fiiinicatsir. Post ^..jbttdauJ xVrth Wales Mail (�lil!c shft'wshury and   BirniiiigSam   i\en , W'^ASl'rrtstrriandOitfora Mail every erening, and .i2L|_�9 C�iS^fi Tuesd;iy. Thursday and Salur4.iv, at two. M^iTlT'Carniarihen,'Gloucester and Cheltenbtm *".L( liO.N. OAK". ELM. and ASH 1'I \l 1',!, ;. t;. \U. � Liy, on Ti;rsin Y, thf JOlh "f .iune ii-t. ::1 Or.c o'Cl >, It, on tn- I'remi-i-s, lii nni-rs Ca-tle Kann. bf-iw-en i;.-iik!. j anil B.-ntrv H.^al'ii, in the cnunlv of i >-ex . SFVK.VrV fine, l.�r-e, sound OaK 'I'lU-lK^, 7(1 EL.M, dillo, :?d ASM. and .ih.iut i-i {> \ K i'OI.-L-MtDS.- M.i\ be viewed till ih.-S.'i'i-: Ca 1 al.i^u.-^ n.;;. bj bad .iii (he Premises; al the (iull. tJirkinif; ciie ("oe-.-.1 ai Hell. Romf.Td ; al the i'rivelli-r, IJenlry li -.iih : th-Ilford: Itliie lioar, W hiiethap.I ; and �f Ihe Auc;i.>..ri r. Broad ^lieet. Itairlili._ '     S"^HlO Hoyiil Family, .-met 7julics-ani| ( n-n tloiien of K.-i-hiiir;, use iJL'.vSlA OIL, for iTvii-t ni'-g the ll.iir iv h'-n dres^o't:, vv liich is -o ;;rra( a noiiii*fii-r to ihr Hair as (a jirevenf it turniiij: arev I 1 all peri'-d-; pi "in. t.-s 11 he pr.nvl'i. aii'l prevents 11- fa'.lini; oil', and re-tin- it .1 pl.ires if Ihe 1. ,-i t rool- re01ai 1 , pri'inali-s e^.V rie.-. er.., an-l pri-vent- l!>eiii turnin:: ;.ie\. Ladies tivl li. ulleni.'ii, Willi wear fal-e Hair, will fin; ihe f{ii--l.in (liI valn.ihl. lo ii-e when i'lri'S-.iy;. ii\ it tiv. s a n i'li-al gl.is-, !;.-eps llic II lir (-.il't. and. app'-anaee natur.il. Ots.Tve Ihe l.inel- on Ilie "Ut-side wrappr of each h'dil- is signed In Ra-sian gold iul it:-s al live p. nails. ^o'.fi, bv t'C l'r..pr!ilor. .A. J'rac,-. Na. i). .J�hn--lrpet, Oxfo'd-ire. I: a d. bv app nptm.-i.t, l)v .Mr. b'mitli, Per-fu.ner to his Maj--.lv. .New lioni -��?tI ; Hrrdrie and "Sons, Perinmei? to lief .",1 ajf-.! v, lil'l b'.r a-sl r: . i r.-md Ijy must prirci;i.il Perfumers and .Mi_dui..e V eiidcrs :n Engl-ind, Ireland, and Scotland.___^__ B) his.MAJElTrY'S ROVAL LTTTERS I'\TF,NTT~ ROCHE'S ROYAL lIKRiJ\L E.UliROCA. TIO^, an efferlual CL'KL f.ir tne ii;;().\G-COUGll. without .Medicine. Ihe uBrivu'..td r-pi.iation this'Lmhrocatron ha-gained, ;ind the ltivent�i, anxi-.u-to scrare it gepui h; to till- Public, and prc-vent iru- iniiin=ni.ias daitv pfactiCid. bv nnprir.cipled p.'l--afis vendiiin; 'tanterou' coin'posinn-, his .Majesty ha- heei. pita^ej t,, gritni his Royal ' Letters Patenr,.for a serunty to i.if J'uMu, aiipoiiiting him the Sti'.e benefit ofhis most inv.iluaMe discove r>. The Put.lie abd I'aiiiilie-i mav therefore be snpn^ied, �Wbniesale und Rel.ul, ai his IL u^e. \o. IC, Kio<-lfe. I, Holbiirn, and are requ sie.l to ob-ervc that e.c't ^la a|i is signed " J. Roche;" aqd' wiili .-arh Bolile U 
                            

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