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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 22, 1809, London, Middlesex                                fi9, A Alt TliURSDAY JUjYR 2S   ;^?Ci3 l^'PosilivflythelwIthrrelnigiiU ofMr. HICriKtt'i a'^i. pMfajicetiil�i*a-6.andihe HiiTliquiiiiidettf l-'air> l�ind, as a uew Cnuiir ^auUtaiiae will he iiroducrd uo Aiooday' next' KOYAL AMPHlTllEATRF.; WKSTMtASThR- tfoder the Patronage of ihwr t{.�>n� jy(thoe�e3 C aMbi|i by the l>�niWeC giM. joh.; Clown., jlr. Uwientalie Lritore to the Jews'''^ �\�uur� at Six o'Ctiirk, li> the Rrv. J(^�. lEFH SAMUEL C. F. FIlEX'i.Miobifr uf the t�.-|>el t� the Jevis* -.  ^   :". Sul)ject..^The ftesi�riration of Itrart. N. B. The Jews Chaj^'el .will .bu o|)ened for Di�inc Ser. tice Three times every Lord's Dav ; and the Ulrildren will ie Catechised by ftlr. i'rey, ut "_Twood conducl, 'under the hand iifthe Master of the Schn.il; and it is parlicii^iirly renuesled of the Parent, that he may not tiring w ilh him a 'i;fc-atf r sum thanOne Guinea for pockei-ninney; he will he prnuitted, iioweter, to receive an alluwaace from is. to is-, m. per Heck.  The ahove Plan has received the �\iproh;iti(m "F tk* 8u-breme Military Board ; a.id is conducted bv the Rev. JASiks Knollis, K. d. latC'Cassical and Hibtn'iic.-il ProfcSsnV In the Royal Military CnlleRe, and X'ellow of l.incnln Coltegc^ Oxford ; to whom all applicatii^ns way be addressed. OPE INSURANCE COMPANY-PfRR, LIFE, and AXNUIT4 ES-Capital Two Millious- Vfficr, Ludgate Hill, London.   ... , Policies of insurancCt which expire at Midsummer, should t)e renewed wiikio fiReen days^from that period. fetions ioMired with thiA 0(Sce,.whoFe J'olicies expire at the above period,�Te respectfully informed, iliut ri^ceipts frtr .the renewal of Hicsathfeare now ready for dilivrry at the nf-hce,aBd with the resbectivt^agcnss of the co.-njiany ihrjugh-sut the Uaited KifMom.. � .   . ; ThisCoinpany offer to Insurers the foUnwihg adrnnfages: PersiMiB insiiringfbr procuring in be injured, ICOIW. aguintt l)ania;;e by Light-hin^ Aade good.-A Hrokefage of 5f. per cerit. nn Shipping  lattlt^ies.-AbatemcDiKon Insuratitesuut of London. tr�in ! 10/..io 4W. percent on the pr'einidin,aod a lliirral allowance i On daty.-Lives insqred, Aufaiiilies, and Children's Jiodow-  htCDti graatedt on e^fittable and advan.tttgebiis tprms.-iiciliri-Iturs and others allowed a Cumroission Ob bringing Life Ib-  t�kncest� his Office. Earmiae Stock Insured at 3s. per �ent. iJy Order of the Board, . . . , WILLIAM BURYi Secretary. eotJNtV fTrE'OffiCe. " SoirTaAHrroN-lTf^GET, SVrawd, Loyaoy. ^ ;  TRUSTEES.^ Bis Grace the Oake d[ R^Tt.i.sDt K. G. The Most Noble the Marquis of BccKiNdfiAu, K� G^ The Right Hon. tlie �arl of Nortb amMox. The RigbtHoD. the Earl of BUCKt.sr.nAMSBiRC. The Rhrht Hon. the Earl of UprsR Ossoay. }Vi�,u� Pbasd, Esq. Al, P. Sc&opE BsiiNAtii), Esq. M. P. ALL Persons who tontinne instirovJ wjrii this A'siociaUon Sevr* years, whether their -Polities he  gj^;<"n�nts of the Olfif e. These Profits are-i^onsfdered to be very certain, :is,thc Office has aielection of the best tMsine^s, iu.d its nian:i^i-iitrnt ts uneDcorobcTed by large and numerous s;ilarifsi the Trui-teei, Director^.' aiia Addilbrs, act graiuitou�ly. Fanning Stock insured generallr, witlmui tlic nvernge Cbttte, attbe redlioed irate of 2s. peh rent. N  rh.irge Is made for Policies on r�itl6val from oiht-r Ollice.-. Pep-J'" ;nsuri[^ for seven yeai-s' by one {>a>ihenf, arc charged ^'r^'^Jfeareonlv* Lowes Iwve been always made gJod by this Office, without deduction ordistownt. iBUrance* &rfc effected in such parU t>f the Mclmpnlis as partake of the nature of ( ountry Risks, i. e. the western parts thereof, and the new Buildiugi generally. J. T. BARBER. iM.nnaginj: Director. Agentt are appointed in aft ihc prinripnl roMn!-, �ho �fe tflso Agenti for the Provideut L\ie OBite. CELIA U leAreh of a HUSBAND-A K. NEWMAN CO. (Successors lo Lane, Kt-vrniaii, and Co.)-have the p(.-as>ire to arquatnt the Public that a >rew Kcjilioo ii|f " C<-*ia in tfa'ftli  �f e .iid^rttii^n'' w:tftsoid on t^e'duy of jiutili-catioii__Leadeuhall-biroft. Jniie yu. S"~HOP atiil PARI^OUR.-Wantisi to Rent, ..r bn Lea|c, a SIhifi and Pwlour for a Hallrr, iu .-my oF the public TlM�ftt�ighfnre& in l.oiidoii-Rent ahi-ut 5 /. per Aunuiu.-Adilrris(postpaid)to' R. l'. iat Urs. S^iarks's, 'Jl, S   Innr. l-'lifliiiVrel, will ue Immediately utteiidi-d lo. ir VkuKtii': INNj B-ixt-.o _J. liO YsfOiN begi \jr to return his gratrful thanks to the Ni>t)iliiy, Gontry. aiKlthe Publibiii gr6-rai| for (heir,past favours, ui tticjaniu time iuforffls (hem, that 'fte bas l!i>a 'lay redi:cc>d tlie price of Posting (u Piru-eh-pt-oce pe.r mile.-Me a'snn-s them that iKi esertiiiii f hall hp vruiitiui! oil his part to merit acualiua-aoce bf Iht-ic patronage and suppurt. � June 14, IBJV. �__ TrriNG\S ARMS INiV and IJOIEL, Christ. ,jGk, ch.ijrch, HanlS-T. 11V M li V begi leave t.i rcmni his . \h�t\ sincere thanks tu lin- Kubilit., Gentry, and Travellcr.'i for theeiieour.i);t>it)'en( ibey have given him ij>.th(> .-ibove.-iim. T. i|. ij^uris, that froia,tiie eipensive ioiprovt-nients be has S�'eii^l, iitMb ia his iiotrl.apd Siablfj, hcauuil he ebabied to ^^.^^r^�5S^^^itr^M^^^,'^y.fr^f>ri,ua, t�\r. /i-x Ah^/t^ bcranees o�T o* l^'JWfJOX.   .\ large ad^anlage is al!oi�.d on Ltfe Iii>iira^iCe { tto.l every lartltty is a|lur: iihnut five oV si.Y milri!'. iila'.ilin^ u ill lu> fnund them at Ue-Vlzrs, if rt-quireil. -I'ur partitenl.irs aupl s as above. M"^ O'N.K'V'' directly aivafnce^ !)y way of'Anuui. fy.-ad.OOJ/. in sums cf liW/. t.> 5,000/. on approved real or persOinil-b>'ciir.l>. for � ii ch liberal prices will be given, and an npportun fv of repayin;; the prhicipal al the opti'iii of the Unrrower hjf giving i d-iyg Jolire.-Per-onnl api  cation- atirnjed to trum 10 till 3 xj'clocn.-Letters, potvpaid, to .^!e5^r!=. llankey iind Co. Js'o, 3, Bruud-street, Guldeu-sKuare, answered withuui delay.___ A":\NUi riRS Rl'OEKMAiTlK.-^MONfclY, at Eight p. r Ont. will h.- adviin.ed for Annuities, te-Cuhed "on real Frnpeny, Uheie llif granier has a nerm.-inent interest, anil pnipnrtiiiiitihly inod-TJle^here tlie parties have only a life-iirterest. Thojie � hn have heretofore grant", eil Annuities nn exorfiitnni terilis-, i:viy he iiiiinediaiely accommodated �ith any sum, fr^iu l.iOi. fi> ItW.i'Otu redeem tnesair.e; and llie NnhiliiN, ;lVid "tlier-, desirous of raisiif.; WEsTiVlLVSTKR SOCiRTV "for IS6^'. RAiNCEdn LJ VKS and SURVl VOItSHir'S. and GRANTJiXG AiNiNtJlTlLS, Strand awl Coniliill. London ; aud by tbe Agent'^s Iji Laiiiburgli, Ulnsgnvt, l.>'ubliil| ubi othc-r principal Towns. lusurince un LiVes .iff>>rds the oj>pnrtui.htv to provide fnr the A^ed, jhe Wid�w, and the I'atherlusi, mid to gdanl ngainslthe loss and dirappuiiiliTicnt of a d'-^rudance on the ca^ualty of Life ; to pVovjde l-in.-s tot tlie renewal uf- Leasi-s, held on Lives; lo sel-ure'thc Purlchase M"ney tor .Aiinu'lies or�iiy Ufe-lnlerest; as Cburpli'PrefcrpiijiJt. or otlJef iilna-.JtJiih, by wiilcbthey4i�de�s uu^yjnrome for Life; t'o.fucilL � umry traiisactions ; to assist^Cmliliir and Debtor in nccum-plishing the Seuleinent     AlHurs lo prevent Hnnkraptcy. Granting AliiiuiiVe-s nlVordi a n-snnrce ajiaiusl Old .A^e, Sicklies,, BodiTJ^liitinaily and othir cisiialiie^ of Life. .   _ KOKKKT SKlLTOiii Serl � liRlTlSIl F1RLX)II-IU1:. THE BRITISH FIRK OKFICI'] \n the Strand acd ( unihtll, London, and by Age.nfs ip Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, and oilier princip;il Tuwns', griuit liiau-rance'sagaiiisf tire. .Pireniiumi fur Insnrar*!- renen-.ible nt Mid6uhim �eys within the Bills of ;\;srialitv .-r-l-Vi'- are not i.ei-iniilefl to ,,  pr.-ience �hiliever.-Cotp-ini.-'iino to lip'kers on Shipping and Koicign. Insurances, al, lowed.- Kndor--emenu i>f .xlieratunl or lieiHoval entered without Tee.-Kngfiirsiif tlie best construclicni and Kiretnen of afctivity al-e provided by the Bmtl^u Fre Of Fiat to altriid al'l'ires. The lenn.- and Conditions of In-unince a m. Ill-digested unadvisrd, and mhorant plrlni, eiMiixliy baneful to the Proprietors and thuse injuring. - AiNMJAL.PRKMltf \IS. Common Iisurance,';s. per Ccnt.-rllazatdons, 3S. Double Hazardous, ;js.-r-liisiirai!C^ of greateh Hazard and larsf^ SiilJis by i-pccial agreeineiiL~Policies (Gratis) as hcrejnfurc lor Sums of 3.)0/. and npwnrds. Insurance of Farminf Stuck, at ?�. 6d. per Cent. Eprcifying the Sums V� be in-nred un the differem sorts of (irain*.r Is. t>ti. per Cent, only on the whole Slock bf nny one Farm, with Salvage Clause. ROBERT SKKLTO.V. Seh lURNPJKETOLLSlU LET.^Noticeis here, by given, that the next General Meeting of the Trus-f (lo. t� i^..A:~.f----------,f iirigtit- � -ny i: nhr m. nhirh lite pifu lin^ "iil 'ie a  iiiiid. �'m-< no(     �.n-t.TU'' i-i tr iArS- ai.d i'lli.M I'i'f.S. >itMiW in one of sio.V-HOUS tlie fin. 51 ^lart:, uf Loglaiid^ ubttut Ha ini:es frcm'nd.iT.rr.-U-. culaleil f. r We immediate iecepti.,ii ,f a i.rge and smlerl iivis. It I." il.-lijjatt. IJy >ituate in a *ec* exicllent neisli* liourb'^ud, and r.tji mute ill.n tivi- mih^ froin tiv; ^'f the liiirMt ciiirs ill l.i.gland, Tlie nlnilc, i'HcludiCn llie ilouse-bold Furniluic, wliiCh is uf ihe yer^ bert kind, .liiirgi-stuek n;f i.vil'e and ..tli.-r litiunrs, iinpa-mi-mi of li-.-lianilr^, .iml ni\ the live j|iid itead fijiiiing-.t"rk, ii.iu Oe  n may lie liad. i-'uriiier pHrticitlatS ina> be .i id fiy ap.iljing in ilessilS, Brilre nRJ I'ioni.-i-, solicito.s, L-.-Se i-c.url, I e nple, wh i..n. lii.iGHT-LY I'OrTAtJK, situate near C liudi is-i ( �ilji tlie lurni-ture suited to lie al'cii'iirrii)driiinil of n eem , I f.nnily), con- me same; ann me imi1)1iii\, ano "iiier-, ucairous or raisiic.; ri. ,L V i,    i.."/.  "i tin   V     J-*.'......w ..^ ..t.u .�i ...c raonev Ihr.Migb a respectable cliannci, in.iv be supplied on j''l>"'' J"". "> tuckficlri, afores.-lid, on I hur-.lay the Jgtb all lite ,.�al iiiod., of s. corilv, without e.^tposH-e i.r delay, f 7 �        at nonn , at which meet- on the charges authorised by' Act of IVliament.-Addre^s '""e { the several Toll Gates u-.on the said postage-free, to Mr. John Berrv, llaker's ebllee-house   ! ^""d. 7^t''" Pound, A^^^^^ Caaiiee-allev  London Slodgh Green, [field Bar, and Crawj.y dales, wi I be let by t^iaiig. .illey, London._-    . _ Auction to tbe best bidder. fUMn the illh d..v of Seot-mhei uii iiic Luurgei auinorisen ny Aciot i-iKiiameni.-rtunres.^, postage-free, to Mr. John Berry, llaker'a ^.bll'ee-housc, Caaiige-alley, London. ''�^0 be SOI.D by I'iuvA.te CdnTiiAct, a >i;oo(t i X   fA.MILY   IltJU.Si:, �it!i excellent gaid.n, stabling , and ofhces of i-very de.'^cripliuii. :tiid near JIK) a ' dozen, at Is. (id. earh. "rr�0 MILLERfiatMlOIL.MKN.-^To bt: SOLD A under o:-- h.-ilf their oriftiiial cost, a complete SLT of CAST IRON MACni.N KllV, fixed tiiid fini.hed bv Rei*, � fol- ten pair of Miilstoncf ; the fi.iine wu|rk, &e. of "slrength andbejjutvof Uiirkmansiiipaln.obi unparrnlleled, with Urrii-�ingaild lliiultilig;Macliii!ei-v, etjiiaHy well lixidiiml fmishedi also .-I conijlle Set of Alachincry, ti'itli two fets of Gi.anite hlonesfor tlie trUthiiig of .See'ds, partly framed and U ted, wilh Shaft: and WlieeU.Vhich tiviy be added to .-inil extended to olhri' woi-ks aud piirpus-'^i iis O.il-shelliiig and Mustard-making &c. all !!ituate near a tiavignUle river, and ma % lib Shipped iuranr p.irt of the Kingdom. JuijuireofG. Wardaie and Sun, niereliaiii.'^, Wifhei-li. rfmnw and Last GRAMJ CITY LOITERY X of FREKHOLO HOUSf..y, dl.rn.-irKed of Land-lax, tipw.-irds of Ivfl.OOU/. in Lajiital Prizes. Twenty thousand 'Jirkets; to be drawn in Gu'ldhall iiif.mr Days, j,6qj Tickets each day. No fi\ed J'rize. Tl^ere are T��nty-five grand Capital Prizes In this Lutiecy, consisting of Tweuty-nine'ex-�:elleiit Freehold Hourcs, siloHtr-d in Skinner street aiid Pic-kel-kireet, &c. which were.�i'iJii)iatcd in Ihe year 18l)S, when Building Matcriilc were nmCli < heatier than at present, by five eniiiient Surveyors, .ind prnved oy them upuii oath, before a Cninni.itlee iif the llotr.-e of Cominijiis, In be worth upwards of IOU,(K):'/'.; but .-is it is desirable thai the Piiblic should know the present inipr^'ved Value of the l'rope^rty,a . tiew Survey and h^titnale is nmv preparing, which w'ill be published us vuoii a 9, Si rand ; wliii sci'd and shared Tlirei; df the Grand Capital i'riies in tlie.l.t-i Cilv Lottery. J'Ri'SE.NT J'lUCE. Tlcki:;l................�B 6  9 Half ............j:\  8 0 ; PithUi ..........�1  3 C Quarter..........   'i   &   I) | .Sixieeutl.........   0 11   6 'J'hr Prire wili>hortl> r.dvaiice.-^Si;hemcsat large maybe had gratis. rp.UP, (JUOWTll an.l I'HF-^KR'C'A'riO.N of A the II.MR. The ^UtRITIVl: l.iyUFI) prevents Baldntss, .lesiiirrs and prunioles Ihe i;rii�ili of the Jliiir. Fychrows and Whisker-. The A.*^ i� I NCii-.M' LOTIO.N  Slrenglhens the hair, jirevents its farinj �)fi', eleans it, and gives it a heautifnl kI-.�s. 'ihe ellicacy of these articles hrts lieeu opelienced bv the fir-sl faniillea'in the kinsdum, and tliev are u.-ed and recommended, hy the tolluvving .-ind other-�priiicipn! Hair-dresseis in I.liliil> n :-Messrs*Daolliein.ir, Gcorgc�s-^:reet. Haiiiiver-�qo;irelj liall, Piiiirrf-slreei, ila-noverstiuare; Lacon, Rerkeley-squarr; iMarrhnI, Wicroore-Streel ; Wfini.'i\;add.>\--treei. To be had of the Proprielnr,. MATIlI'.l!, IVifnmcrtotheil- Royal llijjhnerfcs the l'riiii-.s� of Wales. Ihe Duke and DolcftAs of York. i\o. \'>, Kdwajd-slreel, Pnrlni.iii stjnare, in bijlllef; 5s. and Kls. each, and'-old by hi.- appDiirtnunt at Ihe the fullowingaiid inoji olbrr prin-tipal reifnmers in 'I on ti rind t""itnlr\ t Me-fr�. JHMjl.y .ind. Blew, i'li.ckspu' strrrl; Gailie, c'2," Bioid stris-l {'Harding and Co. J'.\lI-.M:ilf; i{ei;diie, /'ichboriie-streei ; Low, ii..p(� site Somerset Jlouse, Strand ;'I'.iley niid Co. I'hiee Kiues-court, l.ninhatd->lreel ; bigg, (lieapside; Holiind, si, Jaii!e.-".i-Slreet; Vieker.-. Tavi.-lofk-stivet. Coveiii giirdi-n ; Woodman, Piccadilly. PerfHrnem in ihe Connlrv-npplied' h\ their � linletalc dealers iu tonn ou the s.auc tt fiUi as by the J'rc'jiriclur., .....v., .......... ^ .v.....i. A "�iiu, .'11131J uuu niiMi Mue ij;iie, Slodgh Green, [field Bar, and Craw by Gules, will be let by Auction to tbe best bidtter, ftiMn the iJOth d�iy of Sept nibet-next for one or more yearsj as shall be then agreed on be-tiveMi Ihe hinir.i of twelve and two of the same day, in manner directed by the act passed in the thirteenth year of the Reign of his present Majesty " fur reKuinling thf lurnpike Kii.'tds," which Tolls arc let lor the curr nt ^earatthe sum oi"3!J05/. and will he put un at that sum. Wiiuevrr l.uppens to be the best bidder mu^t pay into the hand-i of the I'rea-Surers of the said rnad two mmiths rent in adv.ince, and- also ^ivc security with .-ullicient suieties to the salslnction of the I'rtistecs of the saia Rnad, fur the due paymeul of the te-mainderat sucli tiihesiis they shall direct. SA.MUKL WALLFR; Clerk to the Trustees of the said Road. Ctiiilifield, June I.', la)^__......_ ILI/'A, GotJslom-, Surt'y.-To be Sold by PniT.ate Co:�TR.\cT, apanicularly elegant and ruin-{las't (j|;A8KHOI.J> villa, compl.tely tiii-iii>hed and very desirably siinated in a line sporling c�ni.'i-y, on the Suuih- V bouse, &C. ileiliitl* Ciitlagi-standi in a 'a^vn and shrnb-bfCy laid niil wiili. eheal taste. In whieh i- .i c-.-i-ii-liou-i", stocked rtiih a varieh uf plants; There ii ;'.iso'a . nf^ Itnt-dcn plt'.iitcJ with cholt!* fruit trees in full bi-ai-i..g, a iiela nt one acre, and a Ment'.otv of tuo afrcs. The pri-mitPS .-re near th^ Pl^inuuth and Kxei.T publfc rpad, Oil Whiciifoifi d.ii'.y C'."^chesar.- passhigaiii* r.'p u-iini:. Di^wini half .1 mile Irumthe n),-!^ket un.i iiujiiuwn m Cnn'i-leisjh; nine IrUes frnni Exetei, mid        fr.inLlhi; mucii tre-tjuented wateri..g plaCisS Teis;i;iili.uttl .irid Uawlisli. i he riv.r i 'i'eiX". famuns Hif its r|-ou"i, fiiis neaf Ui(� gr.'iln Is.   The ! Wh'jle U she|tefcd from thcen^il.ind i �.ith-.-asl rti.i.is.   Iniln' ' ne'jjhbiiurhoo.i are se.veral (;at*:> uf |u �-li�utlds .-.ml har er.. I 'l"he premises arc held under lea-e.- f..r v'ars deicrminatile m; i lives.     i'nr vifl\-iiig {hem aild ulhrj^ ' parlicuUir:., npiilv le-I Me.-:r?; White and For.rie", Sol'citor-, l.incnln's Inn, l.oii . don; a id Mr. White, hrewei-, ur .VIr. .Mortimer, Solicitor, I Exeter, if i>j- ieltcrs, post-paid. APitArr KA MII.V .XJA.X.SIO.V with iumie. I J diale pos-ession - i ijbe l.f'.r ior a teriti i.f ilir.-c, ti'i-, or ievc : years, mruiMicd or unfur.ii-hed, an eicellei.i FA-.\III,V RKSUJICSCF, ei'Ot.lining an entmn. c-hall, three Silling-ioiMiis, nine prineip.iUleepiiig rooms, with altc,- lur servai.ts, guild cellaring; with every duiuestic, uttice, duoliU-coach-limise, �ith stabliijg (or 'i'l lio'^s. Capital w:il eU g.irdeii, and pi. aSuhe grnuUils, bark we.1 .�.locked with ilei. The .whoe cwtilaining lUO acres". The tenant may be .itconi-modaii-d with mure Land, if agieijable to hiiii-elf, and ivii.i the F.innTg Stock. . lni|ilemeiils of Hiisbindry, (iniwini; Crops. At-, at a valuation j'or '.he house will he .let seperale with .ul the park. 1'he piirnilure may he takenby appraisi-nieni if .igi-ecble to Ihe tenant; who will al.-ohave the right of .spoiling uier a very exieosivc properly. The situati'in of this house is extremely beautiful, seated on an eminence, five miles frum twp market lowns, near to a high roitd, ar.d distaijl ft-oiii Londiin a day's journey, in one of the finestcnunties in the Wiigilom, ahoijr:lin? wiib game, and in Ibe neiihhuurliuud . i' ti\ u p.icks uf f x-houiids. F'or p:irticulars ripply t.i Messrs. Sluper an 1 Heath, Mon-ta;5UC-5treet,- ie53rs. .Malcolm and Ootighlyi Niitjeryinen, al Slorkwell. YOIIK ami LliEUS ne* commoilintis .safe, chctp, and exiieditioiJs 1�()ST COACHlvS will set out froiii the COLDE.N GROSS, CHARING-CROSS, ond BKLL SAV.AfiK, Ludgate,etery mnrniiigat half-pnst five; breakfiuitat Ihi- Red-Lion, Burnet; dine at the Cock, Iv.ttoo; sup at (iretham lint; breakfact at iH'e.Red Lion, Doiii-aster; and jirrive in Leeds bv twelve, ami Tork by one a', noon. Tliere are mily fiiur Coachmen eniplny.'d, nnd the 5ame Guard and Ciwh g.) ihri.ii,-:ioul. Kvery'iterlion haS been and will coniitihe to be made, id renderthis ihe b.st cunvevance on the Jiorlh RnaJ, " By tiLO. ROULTO.N .-ind Co. From the Golden Cms, the folUiwir.g C.-irriagi's, stt oilt brside maoy oihi-rs to� nuinero>is lo inenijon :  . Liver(>oal l-,xp'editiou3 Host Coaclies, only one night Out, every morning at six. Holyhead and North WaleJ Mail every nvening. Holyhead,   Shrewfbury and- Birmingham   ..New   Post Coaches everv morning at" nine. ' Ludlow, Worcester, and Oxford Mail every eve.-.irg. and d new Post Coach Tuesday. Thur�d.-iy and Saturday, al two. Milfiird Haven, Cariiiarthi-a, Gloucester ana Lhelletihain Mail every evening. Cheltenham aiui Oxford new nnd only Day Conch every it-.oniing at s>r. - Brijfutniv, La't Bourp. Wnrthinjr, II;i=tire;t Porl'month, Siitithainpton, lile of N\ iglit; ljui;ii oilief .rc.ir'-whniever. It isby ptp.Tl me mdy th.-il .-lev une n'.rxy fi.rnf no adeqt'.-�tc ideaof the : j|ieriur,e.'i'cellrnre uf this .-j.iap- Sold by the I'mpriefor-" .A^ji-.ii, ., |i'�e'ionaiufi- n ln-a^^ WiMi.-iin nilher^. .No. yS9, Mr.uid, r.ear i". nule Har, Lotl-don; and the t'ropiiriors, .-i'- a fnrfhei ^eriifit>, ti' g them to be partipiiliir in noiiriig ihal the nauie und aJdrt s uf the printer, K. .Sprjigir. .No. 57, l!uw-??T"e:, t ovcijl-gniiien, ii athxed ti> thr lahel iii.d �rap)i.-r. .\ 1! MiiieFB. are ri�nri''r-feitsr Sold by main re^preialije ^..ifiiiuer^ ni-dMeditinc Veiidei?i in luwn arid C-iiiiL-s-, M^.ifi each cake. Bui it isal all time- neces-m v I  be iia''-c91.!f- irnihseimij the ahuve ' caution, which " ill he the me.uf iiieventing tbe irepusi-U<� which has uf laie been pr.n. 'j^ca. ^W^0 be ISOLD by Piirr.iTE Co.vrii^CT, a Capii. 1 X nnd very valuable FitKl'.H J 1,1) ESTATIC, situaiv about a mile and .1 half rrmn Souiliainplon. and w;thin ll;  limits of the i own and Connly, lit.'tin-residence and property of General St.hbert, riec'-a-ed ; "^ivnirr-il'S tjl^; Mal?'J* of Porlswond, with ihe ("oun Kin.s. Quit i^e.f., ftc. j ;i capit.-il inndern built sucroed Hume, wi h suitnhle OlKce? ut evety dnscripliun. toe wbo'e in the niostexc ller.t nm: pi-rfrf.. rep.iT; extensive and delighlfiit I'l'-asure fir'unds and Gardens : u;hi.nf i r.>laad.-Pleaie to ask ftK Vt   -ter'-..  Iter na^ns is wriitso cu the itutnps.   

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