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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 21, 1809, London, Middlesex                                iV*'. 4,411 rrEDXESDJY JtlXE       1809' PRICE SIXPENCF-IIALFPENNY. K-val Jli?l'ncs- the I'rinre of W:.Ifs.-.-Tll .S JuHe .19, w.ll he .!i (Jll\M) };,i,ihiti..n.rf Tire-Work iif his I.VlvN-CAI.A, aiiiJ liiilli.iiit CAHTWUKtIM'S iVIUSICAf. CilXSSTSTa.uI iilhiT fiiliTtainmeiiLs routiiiiu' iipt-i) for a fi-w nights Iriii)pf, .-.t his Grand Salr,im, I'liiici's'.-sfn-ci, hficc/lrr- vt\f.\yU urciiniiKiiiird by his thuighter, will p.-rfuriii uitun his nifw setnif AluMiiil Glasses mhiic nen ami imvrl |ri,h MpHK Kast India.Cor.�,EaE Hcuoor, will he re-fi  moved from Haileit liuRV to HKiiTvonn Casti.p,, lu ------: WMidiimiineri-------- ,      .,.   .. AuJust. aod the School is oppnto fh.- piil. iC ill largo. CIIKU'KXII.V.M.-.Mr.  ai'AfJ has removed �his St"rk'>f WIVi;. ffni the Gre.it House to hiMiew Vault.-, Ni). I. .St. Ja:iK-'';--ijii irp. rff^o Gii()cKUsTTuT'oTiiw�.it.ii"a A HOUSf; Hid ({iiMiiy SHOI', .it & di�t.nticp J)for a SUIUJKON iti n.spccfablc Prartire, in a .Market T . who   ill have �   iiiui-,----r-r--------- "      . .u 'i,articularad�anlnei-� to forward his losiruetion.   T he UJti.iI of hi* heaUhduriug the Slimmer and auinmniiumths^^ 'iWmn will be etperted.-Apply to Mt. Flifiht, No. 101, " irowof meeling with a clergyman 'jf �'^5.5^':1';c''.V.11;:L1: : St. Aliuti.^�JanjsJ^..mng-crow.J^____ rjpUNlJUl IM;E VV KLL-^ -The acniia Severv way qualified to continue the iii^irurtioii of their � � iu Ihe tlassic;. and in the rudimenlsi of N:,ti.ral l'hi.-.�o- ; ^hv a�d Chemistry, during his absence Ir...-! the public F.l?Jor^herb he �o.^      U will; he expeeted taat the Gen- ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, May 3J. im T^OTIC E is herel^ given, that a Sesaoit of Ot/er : and Tfrminerand Gaol Dilivrii/t for the. TtUi of Of- fences comntitled on Ike High Srai, tcilhin th' juritiKctinn '�/ thi' Jdmiraltji afEnpUfOU mU beheld at Jostiee Hall, in the Uld Bauey, Landon, on Friiijiy, the %3d nf June next, at Eight o'clock in the Mormiig.   W. W. POM:. HEIlEFORDSHiRE.tTA ramstone IIousk, on the Bsuiksof.the Wye.-This bc-aulitul Rtsideiice lo be LE I', readv Ftlrnitbed, with the flot-houie, Grt-tfi bouse, Gardcn^iand HIeaMire Gruiinds, in high cultivation, lostetlier with (or without) Land-For particulars apply to \lf�srs. . Ad.-iins and Aiidenon, Solicilorb, Ludlow, who will direct a � proper pcr-on to shew theUouK and Furniture. K:\TEKL ViLLA, Hare Hatch, IJjih-r..a.l, seven miles from Reading.-To be lA.'V F�rMi:.litd, i conaprising dretsing room, S bed ch.-tnibers, dining parluui. ! 'iO by 11, drawing luom^O by 14, S'tudy, ample oihte?, jrnnd . w.atcr, coach houses, slabliiig, kitchen garden, ple.T.?ure [ ground, carriage swt-ep; and two small meadowa adjoining. ; -Letters addressed (post paid) to Uawkes and Co. will be : duly answered. IREKIIOLDSPOKTIiNG IJOX, tKlighifully D F.TACHRD COTTAGE, and 27 Aci^ of  elweeo lli'DikNrM|^ill UHl. A >mall iirfuiium will he eip.clpd, hut thK^Mci^vill be' reaSDnable lo a per>on iiiclinen in take it>e Cropsf-RiKftituret , Pi>nllr\. .tc. at a fair v.ilnation.- Apii'". fjr  f re� frri'iice lo Mr. Hoir, Trni k-in.-jhir. Leadenball-stfew." XLOUCESTEll- I'l.ACE, New R,.ad, Fadilmg. f'i LOU( \jr ton - F ---------- Nt*l)lllly  and I SDLD, asra.ill neat hrick COTTA(!K, wiUi each hou>e Gentry �l�itingTunhrldgie Wells, areinosf re>p<'itfujly ! jj,,j nnipla ollircs, pUaiure ground, kiichen garJ.n, anerc �cu..� .�-......---1..........i        ,.      iu.i.-ainted that �o iiupliration to ft. DKLVIv.S, Grocer, .     ..... 4oatd have lMMl�*ii��*w�ly�^�ealioDr ill* that h* ; -jul^jriaee-AV^tW,-iliey wIllhii'ihiMnedia *fr and nionas"TH?uiie3tC�p�lt���'�le.   l.etfer "ft , Lb Iging Houtes �re to let, with the r.-q lii-ite p;.f|iCHlnr�.- directed to A. Y. Z.ai Mr. Or.i^i. Bo k>eller and    ,j ,5^,,^, has sevrriil Kood il-mses on Mount Sion, Mount ........ ' well fu^iislied, and ple.i- SonerS; PiVcadHJ;,opp;;.'iic SI. JaincVs-Mrret, ^'n\\ be jglv attended to. Iton I'leasant, ami Mount Kphraou, fanllv kiluati-d. one of the largest in the llaherdasheiy, ., _____      full trad , the pre- :}A)l. 6'i0/. or ihereabnuls, and ff^barge builders anJ 0th. r^.- The  rpo IW. deposed ok, iu oi i   Kennet and Avon Cai�VC4�mpanv, *iteiidiiig to open ! ^ thoroughfaresin London, a SMOPi .wNavisatiunfrom Newhurvto �'itb in l)ecemh.-r iu;�t, . H.^.^rv. I.ace and (Jtove line, iviw in /��ulin�llieL'^ksat IJevizes HiM. wliich forMinie time � ab,,,,                           ,   .      . ^nihetnuotied by a Rail Road) and having every riiison l p,,j �,t|, m short dates will be takm for one half it lu-c.s- > rolunuofe there will be a oilliiderable tomiage �'ti Ij'*,;;""! j sarv.-AddrefF(pnst paid) A. H. Globe Tavern, Moorgat.-,. | ntilCnHl,-hereby infonil all persons de�irou�^^ I Sai>'' IJoats, tlwit they cm accnnmodate �ich persons [ r"in>biirv. ,Uf grouml for vurds on the banks ot the t-=''�^V~''; u'r ^'c ftZftionrEspeclingthesixeaud coiiviruetion of such Harge KaT,       be obtained by applicati.u to the Agent at : (he CoiniKinv's Office at Devizes. ijv Order of the Committee,  ^,  . JOHN ward; Principal Clerk. R MONKV.-.Vlcssrs. TOI)I> and Co. Jug l.-.iv.-fointorin thiise th.ttnwv he in wanC, and desirous of borrow iiig temporary or perinrinenl Sums of Money, id.ij they can at all time* a.lvance .iiiv Sum, from One Hundred lo ..vi.i^  ..-...... '1 weiity Thoiisainl Poundion personal ..r n-.il .Secinitv, on the V.Bi Persons bonding Barges and Boats in an* other      ! "'H'I hon.mr.ible terms.-l*er-on:il .ivpiiealion (or liwiionjinavliavethem Cunveved lo the Keanetand Avon I l'-"''. a'i'lrefs.d) to '        ......... Caualbythe Locks corompDica'thiR with the KiverAvon at Muadox-^treet, Jl.uioyer-squa Bath, orhy the River Keiwet at Newbury. ' nf.-i.�n. TO the PUBLIC.^Tbe Lords Commissioners of bis Majesty'sTreasury,. liayiug approved of the Scheme presented by us for tbe cn.'*uiiig l.oiltry, we now j iiibinit it to the itupectioa  r EEiibLi) UoTtaLI: VhiTiTaa'a^i^T^^ St)LIJ, a ne.it COrTAtiK, wiiU Karm-yard and re-quijitf biii-Miiigs, and 45 acn-s- of land, consisling chielly of pa-slure, orchard, anil rich meadow, siinaled in .1 beau^ilnl Cuiiiitry, convenient to the turnpike road, ihrce niilrs from Tonbiiilge, three frmn Seven D.iks, 'ii frmii London.- Co.-iclies pass ;o and from Town daily ; ;il^o a icgular tiiiiiilv of fi-lil'roin the coa;t. The u liole|hi's eniirely compact, anii immediate possession m.iy he h.-id.- farticular? at Air. ilor-inan'::. Auctioneer, 'I'oiih'riilgc. 8 36 LavW...... 8.000 . 500.....i fi.OOO ..10.1......5.400 iO..-.i. 1,800 ,  lb.... 73.800 Ticteti: .Messrs. Todd anii t;o. No. lire, will meet with every i',0 or tjrey Hair iiuisi elltciiially an-l per-nianonllv rhaiiged to heau/iful .and natural sliades tif brown or black, bv I) A V s cl lebraied CO.M POU.N 0, formerly sold in Itoud-slreet, but reni<'kvi-il'from thence lo the Proprietors, No. fiv', Swallow-slreei, facing I'rinre's-tlreet, llanover-square : also, by apiMiinlmeul, at ICandall's .Medicine iihup, .South (Intr.'iCo^al Kxcliaiige; and at Day's .No. 7, Ta in Ihe Kiiie prouortiou. TICKETS and. SHARKS are on Sale at all the Offices. THIRD and l^st GRAND CITV LO'l fEltr of FRUKHOLDJIOUSKS, iii�chun:ed of l.-induu, Upwards of 100,0002. in Capital Prizes. Twenty thousand TieketSj.to be dtnwniii Gnildiiall iafuur>Days,i;,UO.i 'i ickris each day� Ko axed Priae. Tlierc are Twenty-tivc gr.nid Coital Prizes.ill this Lottery,caiisi�ting of Twe.iitj-nine e>;-teflent Freehold Houses, situated ii� 8kiimec-streef and I'ic-ket-ttreet, &e. wtiicb trere estimated in the year 180!}, when BniUing Materials irere much rbeafter than at present, by five emment Surveyots, and proved by them upon oath, be*-fort a Commitrce of the llous^ of Commoiis, to be worth upwards of 100,0002.; but as it is desimble that the Public snauldfcnow IhjS present improved ^^lIlle of ilie Property, a new Survey and Kstiiaate is now preparing, which will be published as .'oon as it can be obtained. Tickets .iiid Shares are oil Sale by Slr.TAMKS BRANS-COMB .ind Co. No. 37, Cornhill; 11, llolhorn; 'JS, llay-mafk^t: and 269, Sirand; who sold and shared Tlirecof the Grand lapitat Prizes in the la't City Lottery. PJlliSliNT PRICE. Ticket.;..............�S 9 a BaJf......i�....=e4 8 01 Kiehth..........^1      0 Quarter........... 4 5 0 j Sixteenth........ l) 11  6 . The Price witj sbortJy ad�iiu<: |>le from bb birth, and . Sold by 1'kivatu Contuact, a haml-ome KRr.K-HOLD I'A.MII.y HOUSE, tonch-houaes, Stabliiigfor six Hor-es, Ollires, (Jarden. Pleasure Ground, J'adjock of 40 Acres, beautifully wvnded, with rich ine.-idow Land u.nd Wood, in all nejvr 80 Acres, forming a most delightful residence, and every aceommodntion for a larec genteel family, ill a 4iluatiiin (lerferlly rural hhd retired, "ffi uiiles from Luh- � don. For parlirularii inquire of Messrs. Daniell nnd Ma-Lerly, Bedford-row ; orM.. Hainbridge, No. 65, Guildford-ajfeet. I^ndoii.__ ABEAUnj-OL CO.VIPLEXION !-Or. SAUL'S i:S.>5KNCK of LILV ItOOT, anelegnnt wash fotlieautif^ing the >kiii; persons .-iltiicti d with pimples�nthr face, or cadaverous nnd uoiialciral whiteness of ihe skin} and getwUiiM-ii tt hose fnces are lender fe�l ;in iiiconveiiienee from. tha^log. by tiaiiig the essence a lew limes wmihl be convinced of its rffeets. The c'uiiplexi. He sirfTered creatlv Ji^Qii heattkr^m tbe hnrdsltlps he bad endured for the last ^tee years;,,and stUlrjnpire, snhsequetit to his reiuni to �5�laod, fftrwigh f he-persecutions of .1 mercile-'s creditor, ]W�h'saorflji after ieprivird him of life. By ibis event, ^'s^If-imdrher helj^ess family, are reduced tutiie uimnsi Atreaityjof.waof. .The s^toe creditor, since her Dushands �alh,'by viHufc ofnd execil'timi, has taken away not onlv uK.'poor Remains of her-furniture, but also the very beds JJWnwhipli.iHisjWidow: and her,Children elcjit; and has �}?J^ lefti.tbein exposed (u incredible di'tress, wiihout the "^'""pe-tif sureour, but what injiy flriw from the charitable �M hainane. ..XrHenwIaneholy purtirulars of thi.'. very inte- REV. WM. BARCLAV's PILLS and SPI'.CU'IC. sold hv the apiiointinei.'t of M'r< Butler. So i, ( heapsile, � h..le air Aseht ; at .Mr. H m. Alliuwi's,bookseller ami slnttn.^t, iNo.;)!, .Sew H�iid-slreel, (from Mr. Kerb) 't, i onii.g off, tiiicoiT.m  an early inspccliiin �>f lire articles. A quaniily of \\ Ime or Hlark Silk,jis. fid. Ill llie best qualities, equaii) cheap ; stout Cot-Ion Stockings, at Is. a pair; v.-r. line; -js. lul ; �uperrine, as. 6d.; UrOrtd Colion, for 'm.its Is. O.l. ; hue Rihhcd Cot-tiMi, 2s. 3d.; a v.-irU-ty of (ilo\e-, irom lil.l. a pair: Lace Sleeves, I*. 6d.; and a variety of oilier ra-liionahle .irtirles, too numerous to mention, at .N\i. o.', Clieapside.-No abate-nieii't from price first askeil. ARVEV's S,U;'e;i:, for Fishf Game, &c.- 1;. LAZr.N 1; V respcclfiillv inform^ the .NoUility and (i'eiiii'v the aliove .'nlmireil Article i. , I.llw.lrd-^trel�|, I'oriiiian-sipiiire ; anil by appointment, may In' had of T. Caxter. Kdiiihui'iih ; IJell, .Scarborough; (.re^.nl they can at all limMndvauce any sum trua I �ul. to 10 OuOt-�ud upwards, na pcrxmul kecnrity, or uay otliar ariiinsfiua Maniate 5res>ioii may l>c had-IMacresof land iimre lu.n be hal it renuired.- I'rin-cipalsmay receive tickets, and further particulars on application to Winstanley and Son, Palarnosier-ron'. REWERY in the vicinity of LoihImii.-To he Uisppsr.i) OI- the LPASK of emivenj.Ml I'li C.MISK.*-", with aTRAIlKofiiOUO Barrel, of T.-\ !U.i; iJI.KR, and 7tH of ALK. The siluaiioii is healthy and highly resperlable, in a neighhoorhniul that is iiicieasiiig more rapi.lly than any other round the mctrouolis, has a good divclliuj; aliacnei'', and is .t.hundanlly supplied with mnsi excellert water. The plant ami utensil-, which are in every respect calcnlaled tor the trhdc and are ingmwl omdltioii. lo be taken at a valaa-lioii.-For further pafticiilnrs, apply, if by leuer (]i.ist piiid) lo Messrs. Snow ;ind Scrivcns, No. 8, L.arl-street, m.ickfrinrs._|___^_ PROPERTY, by PRIVATE CONTRACl', and PUBLIC AKCTiO.N'.-Messrs. BROWNKan.I Co. beglo .innounce to the Npbilily, Gentry, and Public the opening of their est.-ibliinent fiw buying, si-iiinp, and letting by private contract and public niiction, in England, Ireland and Scotland, Lands, llimsrs, Church PrcfenneTitii, Annuities, Rcverisioni!, Sbare,>! in Public Conccns,-nnd Property of every Description. With a vievr to the eonvi-tref..-c of their Clients. Messrs. Brow-rie and Co. will aiU-.-ime Money to any uniount, on Estates designed for ea-!y sale, and content themseives witli lilile inore f!iai Iwiif ihc m-mission charged by olher Auclioceers, tii. ir i-llVring to !hc public .isavin;: of per cent. Al! letleis t" \h posl paid. iNo. 7, Buckinghani-street, Adeli>hi, l.nndon. riTlO be SOLD, and entered iipmi miiiiedi.Tfcly, Jt that beautiful freehold Villa railed Ti !()!U>-I'I. \ CK. io the County of Norfolk. uMlliin Ihrct rail-j of the City of � Norwich, with an excellent gnrden, green-lmusi-, and orchard, surrounded by ahoiu '23 acres of very good l.ind, lying en the rid.se and declivity of hills eommanding iluisc e.\(|'.ii-siie views of wood and walerso universallv admired ; on tliO Miiii-nil is a fine ivood improved hy ad(li(ioa;il (il.ia'.-iiio s niadtr wiih great t.-iste about sixleenyears since. Tin- house, fronting Ihe South, contains ;i dining-roum, d.-aw iiiic-rooin, ajld library; five cuamhers and tive atjics,all of excellent diuiensiinis, with coni|tlele ollicrs of all kinds; stables for ten horse.s,anil two coach-lioii-^es ; the wliolelmlll alioni tnirlv years since, in a niosl superior and snbst.inl al iiiiinier, .-iml ivilhin a few moiillis ::ile.l up in an i-lesjinl sl>le, ;inl toni-plelels re.'idv to ndnitl the ptuchnser ivilh'iutany .'iii(litiuii:il e.vpen'ce: ihe ii.ivi;;al� c Ituer \ .ire ami the lurn|iikc road |>ass at the foot of llie hills. An Istaie of four or live hnn-drrtd acres is ^aortly cniing lo Aucii.m, ;ulJoiiping lo ihe premises. I'or.a disciipiioii of Tliorji, see the IJe.nitie. of I'.ui:-land and Wales, Vwr 11, pi:.'e I;l.i. Knijuire, po i p .id, of Messrs. Sewell and Ul:ike, Solicitors, Ni.rivicli; or .\l^,-^^5. Tilbury and Bedford, No. 1, Uedfonl-roiv. SOUTH WA Li';s:3'i' .-,i l.y'all necessary buildings, a part of which ni.iv, l>\ interi-.r li i-li only, bceou'-erted iupi a l.iri,'e .u tl ii.iniis.ime (.."i>iiai;c, linnc -�11 healthy, beautiful siluaiiou. iii^iiiieci sucet^. ii;,.iii iIm> LI.-\Si;rif a ne:il ami wll tiiiished Hi)t'Sli, iate the Residence  f Mrs. WnlerhouSc d;ceasMl, situ ite near the upper end ofOloutesIer pl.ice, .New Road, Paddiogtuo. with Coach Hon.- and Slables. The f:t-hioTuil.le and excelleol KumitUre and Fixtures to betakfn at a fair \ aluaiion. The Purchaser may be accoininodaled withal^iui 'iiH) l> zen of Port Wine .-iiiU olhrr Liquors, or :iuv pait ilicreuf; .nlso a h.-initsome I TowuCarri.n,-'-.-I'orfurther particular^and tickets lo view, apply to .Mr. Dawes. 69, Dean slreit, Sobo; or iMr. White, Siorey's (iaie, Wesluiinstrr. most iTc^iable RESIDENCE t ini-ro8m, tw� good kitchens, a waJh-bousi-, larder and ; stable. The bouse is in Very good repair, and the tciianl lhay ; be .iccuniniudated with pasture for iwTo horses. For parlicultirs .apply to Mr. Crilehard, No. 19, Deaii-, street, i'l.olev street, Soulhwnrk. ^"lAll.M to heLET^tii the Coiiniy of Kent, fifty iiiiUs from l.nndoa ; containii-.g about 140 acres of arable and l-i.l of p:istiire l.ind, capal:le oi gre.it iinprovciaenl, :l> eiialk, lime, iind all kinds of manure r.iay be conveyed by w.iler iiid landed on the Kslaie, and tlie produce ni.iy be sent to London by the same convey aiK-v I'lie l.md lies in a ring f nee, aii'l eommaiiils fine sea views ; ihe f.ir.n-house i? iu the mojt comiiUle repair; the fcariis, sta'ilis-, grai~iry, ?nd all rer|uisile duildiiig^ of the larin-yarrl, arc newly coastrurled. L.irlv p-'ssi^-'i'ii  ries^air.qb|io Jjp'ppe, 15 . s.i lamoi'- lor its s..!:o.in. miles of the seaport and marUel-t^'n n of l ,-.i:l cii. Iu regular conimunicatii/n iioiJi nit'.i llii-i.il .-ii -^Mability,. dern, Ladies, of diMinctioo, and other Per-�*os pQcsas^.-.^ifgf^Be; for Life, <�r otherwi�c, arivine "^,iMiJd�.HoBS(eSi',l)mdciidg of .Stock, .Marriage Sellle-"OK, Church Prefennciit. or oMierelficient Property, may e aciJoioiB^iattliwIth. JMrtiey.tb ahV iiBiaantj on leraii-WWy equal ita.jiioitoge.   , ^plicnUon peiSouaffv, from tfrclvc to three, or by Jett#r, |'W3f'd..ad>. rencli. .ii;.! I'ereh. Hm limise. Dove Coie, with t>v.i .wanon, an exrell.-nt I'rou: Fishery, and from 10 t� ."J Acres of g >od .Mc.iuow and I'-.s-ture Land.idjnining the .Ma-;si"n. Ashbiwiie t ireen is rfijtatil ah-nit a mile fnm thr-Tmn "f Ashbume, which is on the r;i;jd lea Hug iro'n I �>-don to Manchester, in a pleas-inl Counts , ahnn.is with c.....1 !{� :iHs, distant abimt lO miles from Mallocli IJ;:!h,and J," fr.-Jm n.n-ton,.nnd in posjession of Mrs. Ila\np, .-iml wil'b- l.-r -.liiii ur witboul.the Household furniture, which is ofa i;uej qiriliiy, and In excellent condilion. For further partieuhirs, nnd Jo tre-jt for the :nrie, -ipj-'y in 'Messn. Gvolwin, Allomif?. �\shbi)r!i-j, JJerbr-*iirc, ;ier-iocAlly or by Letters (post paid.; C^OCN rV OF DURHAM-To be 5oi.n by J I'jiivvii: (."o.NTKACT, a very desir.ible Kstale, called H WDAI.l., in ilie Tinvn-liip ol' Blackwell. One mile froci Darlmslon. '1 he l.sliile consi.-'s of upwards of 210 a^^e* of rich l.iiid. and is lithe free eiceplfour icrrs. There isa iieiit Cottage on Ihe farnij w.ilh every requisite ; bliildine, and .1 lliie^liing iti.-.chiiie; The land tax and poor r.iles aic very low-rile greater paflis freehold, the rest cop \ bHlil, held of the Bishop of Durham, subject to a very snin'.I cciiainGii. on death or alienatii'n A part of the estate is let oii le.-jse f.'rU years, al i net rent of 701)i. per annum, and the rest lotd-II.nils ill will, at upwards of 300/. per annum.-For pariieu-l.ir.s, .-ipi Iv to Rirlia'-ri William .liihiialim, Esq. Darlington; or to l.on mles nnd Lambert, Red Lioa-9 ecii�ely the lith, l.itb, and I6ih days of .May IbO'.'. made in n eause wherein  Tliifnias Morris and other.' .ii'c Pl.iiiil lis. Jind J.-imes Cl.arkS'iD a'v) .;;iotiK-r S'* defendanis, witli the approbation of ROIii-.flT .^I'K!;!,;-; lic S.ile Room of the .-aid Court in Sonlliampiun iUiiliTini;?, Chancery-lane, London, on Tuesday the27lh d.Tv 'f June, inst.nnt, beiwren the Hours rtf 2 anJ .'J o'clock ii' t'le a ler-noon, i:-. three lots, a vatilable COl'VliOM) 1-..-^ 1'AT I-,, skutite at Child'.-ir-ll.w iihin the nan-b .-ni'l n a;- -r i.f 1 lea Ion, in the c-iniity of ^lii-, or-cli.inl. .-inl f:are!."K t'liL-ilK-r vMth ilie pi^lt-r-.', ki!-i�. r'ie,l> and bii:Ii!inc:--ipr'-ria.nin;; to O.r-: miinulanury, �it;iilie oheflj f.'r slaii*: :^ e.'ii: li', C"^\ hou-e, co.icli rioj^p, ain!-t..bl--, and a'si' tl'i; C--'.-:le rnli'.ir llouip. .-m.l I'l- s,.i,ra! nlji T tiiits-j, .C.-irdens. :;'r,-!:(o-.i s. i..n'N, am! pr. [ois;--, late Ihe [ir.jperty of Saiie.iel .Morri-, L ! ilil"--1 i iH :� lor.s.iid. ilecea-el. N. 15. l"!ie .-i'low nieii'.ioi-.'.-ci l.iu.ls \i'o.lur- t.'ii- e.-irill for iTiak::n; sii^;ir h.-iker^ n'miUls, p'lt-i, j-ira, i.-o r bbcr?, p-tv infjlbrick, tiles, red siiaks, gixj sI.pcn.-, chiain-y pol-, 6cc. Thi'se pr.-nii=ps m:iy he viewed .it any time sinus to (he Sale, and p-iniciilar,s had grali-> at ti.e.'atd M.i-I- r's ('li;im-l)er= ill Suutliau.ptiii linildings, Chancery-I.ine ; of .Mr. .�\n-ncslev, Solieil.ir, l-lare-couii. Temple; of .Mr. ilutlye, .So-lici';"r, Cli.iiicery-laiic; .-iiulof .Mr. Morgan, Soliciior, IJcd-f.iril-row, London f-ff^O he U).si'ost;i)  ok by I'liiVATt Lon riiAcr,'' jL  ilie whole, or siirh part thereof asmay be agreed upon, of iho-e H(;iLI)lN(i-S, erected as a WHITK .ind Ithl) I,r. \ I) \\ (.'IIK, near the toH n of Liverpool, silu:;te in front ol'a cerl lin intended nev\ sireel, to be called (.real ilow.-ird-. slr.el. .iii'l �ithi;i a very sii.ifl ili-iaace of the river Mersn-y 5 ; alsci, .11.oilier vVOIiK. eiecicfl l.ir llie saiu.- b^aacli o.fbu-i-n ss, Sstua'.e alimil  r. mile fioai the town ot llolywrll, in North vsalrs , to^eUier iviih a larie stock of excirlSenl .Acid^ and ever\ rei|ni->ile utensil lof- llie imineiliate pioseeulion of both (.,'oia-eriis lo .-i very cml-i^h-ralile extent.    I lie lluild'ngs '� of Ihe Liverpool Work are in com;,l.-te repair, having had within lliese two year- iipwarS of fourteen hunired pounds expenile.l upon Un.ni ; lliev ,-ire erecled upon l.ai d i>f liiheri-l.iiiee, .-iml li.ive atlaclie.l lo th. m about llir.e arr. s of Land, statute measure, so thai anv a'lih!ion:il iiuildin;;s which niny ' lie lhoii:;hl nrce->-riry may he i:i-i-.l-.  They contain ten slacks or roonij, cap;.li'e of holiiiii;; a' le.ist sevenfecn lonb of iea.l each, a cia:iiio;li.iui ."ri: dui^-r nan. in which iive two sets of , jioiitrr, .iiel .1 p.iir or' bri-s loiiei*. one set ol wiiich, with the rollers, are c'ii:iiecli-;1 n iih a 5i. a a en;.;iiie, but jn-t er. cte^, : or lij hiirM-> iiowiT, on Me-r-. ISoullon nr.d Walt', improvcil : [11 ::u-ii,)le ; the .illo-r  el of ,-lni.ei is wnrkeil by a powerlul ' winduii'.l, -a hich aU.i i!riv"> a p lir of red lead atii es I there nretiV) --is of u .i-hle^'Iwic'.,-, :.iovcs to hold lifty tons of I ;!(', Iir.-n iiou-c, >|. Ti^-r.o.i's f.ir ,-icid, and Iwo red lead \ ov-ii-, lii-: ',!, t'loMi il.-1.1; iiii.v lo i:ie ,Sm-'ltin� Works, and coals, and I'e 11; 0.1 iiie ii .r...-o: I,,.- I'lv.-: Dee, vessels from Liverpool ;: .it I h.: ca.i ,1, pi-.� m h � iihiii lii.le inori.-than a mile of il, and c.inairtse ..i e-dnri.: ih .-e ;'..rt- in onetiiTe, and fr-m til- latter I'url. llie I- .,1 i- i-'i ve> l      .\l;.el, of Jl fe- i lii.iiapii r, to vvl.ich ;.ie counecled llirre si.ine> .-i';,! .o.e ji.iir ol l>ra-= rollers, .-uid in case of i-;.- laiMic ol walci, siu.-re isa very good steam engine, of fmne.-n Imr^e- power, which in;iy be re^oned to, l  v, lii.-n .1. .>:iiei s'-l ot i'oiie. is c.).i.�rceleii.- LeUers addressed I'l .\li'.-sr>. .W\'-i"-5, \;.:rs|(.'ir, and Co, Liverpool; 'iranvr.i*-plicalio.i mad.- ..1 i:i-li Oliic. . >il.-itiianr.-.-huildiiig , Lorfi-Ir.el. to expl.-iiM inor  f.dl   Ih." Fr'-inises, will be ali'-nile ! lo. VtkvV cuk.il*.aL JJlSCOViCiiy.-Cy (he .1^ Ki.ng'. Loltere l'ateoi.-\\ AI'SOS's Ptf RE TRANS-P \Ri..N i' 'OAl'.-TImsv Inilile prod-irtof modern disco, vi-r.v isnller-d wilh cunnileore toilie public, ns Ihe best,and at llie same lime th-rr.o.-i mild, innocent, and refined Soap lli-tl hn ever been in-ior.-The rliarress, delltacy, and s�ft-;ier.-i it irives to I iie comp!c>: io:i, .-ire .-.liso|a!e|y unequalled; .'lad ^e itleinen who slia>e ilieir.-'-lves � il find that it renders theadinn of the ra'/or-iiriir-siiply ple.-isani, close. Sinootb nn'liasy, an.l leave- Hi--skin, hov. ever lender,'oil, fle�ib|e E'H free from the s!igllt.-'t ii ril;i!iiiii.-It is sold whol. sale br Uie P-itenti-e, .No. h. ivJeMi .i-i-la e, W (-stminsler-road : .,nd b. Mr. ^-1 111"'! l-err-, '.';:..l-r-.le I'erfumrr. Greek-street, Soh'i, L'l-r-^n ; and ri l:u! bv ;lie principal Perfumers, Ha' berdi    r.-, Siaiioncrs, 6ic.    :be lii^ee Kirgd-jir:i..   

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