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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 24, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SATUltDAY J�7MB 24, PRICK SIXPENCEJIALFFENNY. PERFIV-A in ti-V.a at bultirs, iimr  , ai qtiaplify of �cr* fine'rEHUV,:,'        ; ,*Ml�ttO\^t;.HI>NTJJ OF iREUA^fJ. ro.nuw J i.u Pf rbMildjnj: turns and villi^fsJ;. the iea.co;ut f the Statistical Survejiof FK, yaUetWif: j: UevtHiniri CohfJrtllli;aitJ.tf Wick*.�w aiM Wexf rd. April JU.  f _ <)n Aifliday next will b'c'puliliibed, iu 1 viil. rtctivo. ttRINCIPLES of CESIGN in AIICIIITKC- Jl TURK, tntred in 01�5ervati"ns on Huildin);!: iirnneval, KgYptiaiir Ffaeiirctan, Crcciaii, Knmfui, (iothir ui c i ru|)t Ktt'in.'Ui, Aral)i:iii,i>r Snritcrnic, old E.iglirh Lrclosiasticul, old^K"gii:>h; lU^Viiiirv^ aud UtmirMic; revived Ki>inaii, re-vited (irrciflti: 'CJinne, iiHtian ; modern Anj:li�-)r  to a irrieiid. '        -r    ) ^''Prinv'd for T Cadell and W. Davifs, Strand. OjUJM- WAtlvll.-^ItiiprnM prepa'af'"" f'^f ^�Wmkirif Sodit Watrtr�-'tl'is i�r>'j>arBii c fimad rx�eedlii|;lv uiel^l Iti pi-riouiirave-liiig, aiid all olliers whoje silualiuu reiiders the rmiveyanec uf S..da Walrr inriiiiv>-nit-iii and eK|H>iiii'ive. hiit parti ia 1i^ fur rtie purkct, and inctip.ililc of cliiiiige in any crnii:i|i*. I'rcparwl nndvdd by Hu^Miiiand Cn. h^r Ma-je-tj"s Ch_\niii.(s, ii, Ilayniaket: suMaUo by Shaw and Kil-warJs.(i(),'S�. Panrs Uhiircli-y;�rd: IJacon a-nl to. Iji), ()x-ford-atreeti \'ade, 4�, CornhlU: and ollier:> ilirouplmur tbn will bring U'tn ll-^'t^ec^, bbail 'j �(ie jg,iKaq. , '"^^^ yrpf^snr^f J'U.lu..heef.aH�^^ RnW/n-liji��'-.j,bedeM.cws.Ubu>,n i afVM^'i"^'*^/?'--'* ^'f^U Ad.lphi li;$iip�n.it Mi-.Ti>nikiii^*U..^.-NV* r.    � -4frvicea'ble ill the ab'ivi: liraiicli of Agency.   All lct-_. I.nndnn. 1. �      A�tiNTS'r. tl>i* day. tec�-lvrd;lllc Royal As; A*s�nt for the rurourasewenl flt Sramen, and fi.r ..I'.er.  i 1 i line to mti-en-pence per no eseirti>Mi*bal)'be w.iiitini! on liis part lu merit a c->u(iiiu-aace at tbcir iiatrunage and Miupurt.  J.ihel-I,180!>.' ,____ WAiVTSa Miiuiioa a^ CJ audk.v Eii, a .Viarritti Man, *'r>rf tr.Mii i.iriimbraiiiL-, \\liu uni l;iniU the niiiiaf;i-iiii';il of I'iin--, I'l-acli's, Vines, .-ind l-'loHcr-house frainiiig; Frnil-lire-, I'liiwer garden, I'lfaMire-grouml^, and Kili'U<'ti-t<:irilcii, &c.   itij rh:ii-actiT will ln-ar the- atrict- fi.re'th/W)lh Havof JWy ni-xt^ieiid thwnnJMncs and plans abode,aii4 the oaines.of fwojpersonii wbum lliey shall pio-n,  "anil .oO milts from l.oiuloii, .and if It niii^t c��ii5i�t of tw'o thrtfev.'oil lleil-rotiins A Cuach-liouiie u ill al^o near k Vili::g''the more agreeable.   It nni^ '^av*o'llr^,      llPi-t IU-a-c!iainbers, andthrtte i paid. i tui'o, or NijMomen'� Heirs,'&c'. 'bv'aiiclressinj; t Iters'. (p� ..:;..i. '.fi.�.vtnUn hrcmnlry,  - an-wered by relurn nfjifel ff^riypenlan^nWtHr^^^^^^ breal.'censefVomtheTrc*^^^ v.rv' K^p.>e.fully return, thank, to the .WHllhiiulh�,dcSfee*j.i(^liMip�!b^^^^ (ip,,,^         yr:Mi,-r. iu general, for .lie hhrril Jr|..p�iaua-tl,jp..f^n^X^^ '^'"O.MraicmeMi with whi.h tj.ey have.h.mo�red tier in the I b)> ooBsldirred by her as Ijie UMii   fit Ti ^ASi?,. tlje^i,fAC<,�f,.te.?�re^ XJL'lH-K'i leave tq'braasiat bis l-neiids umithe LadiN fa. , ;:�Wl.(hat he purpSSftftbW SlAmfaV ill.'3* .Ti�ly    tH"n -i>t-pai(l. ...N.iH. The liirmiiiuli.iiii ami rninh'ilge C.iach passis within aii>Jli^ f I. jR, tlii ery fine NAVY OAKS, ami 3ii0 C01.''I'ICK-0AKS, l>ing on IJow Wo-.d .Manor. H��r Devizes, ehiopenham. and Calne, within mie mile of the Wilts', Ucrks, Kiiiii.tl, and Avon Caiuils.-l'i> (rr-ul for the s.-itneapplyto lienone W hiti-, l)i-vizi-s (ircen, WiH-. Alstvvtjiiited'Six op l';i�ht Tiinlier Carriagi't aud Hirses l.n. UcitULJUO-. ks from Bow Wfod to l->rvizcs, distance about five or six miles. Stablin e-\i2es,,!f.requireil. -Kor paitirular.-! apply as above. ~~jfV,~VVM. IJA lie LAY's   AN liUiJ.lUUS PlttSaitd .SPlUIFIC, sold by the appointim-iM of BIV. nutler. No.4, Cheap-i nf the High Court "i (Jhancerif date reipcclively the i;tlr^ J3th, aad IGth days of 9, made in a;caus.' wherelfi ThuiitaS Morrii aitd ^ApriV?JftCE�!'t-iiI�' ir-wlif khotei, (hat ' |lieTe'rir^iii^*?er�flW rewdenl taCrrat Britain, wiio .re1eB.Mlyep�itlftd,,by.i^�pl,!Jforclui�ea,hihciilM^^^      iJe-re, 10 valuable l�ipt6,    ' "       ' "       "- 'irtiis^i t'tf'wiesin lloHybend rimd; 8 inilc'from Coventry, ;ind 10 froiri Bir-^lii jfhani,'9 niileno Wi.-haw, and from Wishaw to Litcli- icld, y miles. ; N. I{. A pood I.arder. A BKAUTIFUI. COVU'LKXION I-Dr. '4ffL ^.>Lt\^S r.SSKNCK of 1,1 LY R(k)T, an elegant w:ish '.Ml'iiri|litif^in,l; ihetkin; per-ons at^lcted with pimples yn.the facf. irr.cadaverous and uniiatnr,.il whiteness of the skin; iind peijllcniirn �ho^c facrs are tender frirl an itiroiiveiuen'ce from sliaVnig. by usinj: the eseet-ce a few (inn* would becunvinckd of it' efft-rts.  Tlie �"mpU-vioii beci'ines healthjv ai,id.,the ------, , , skindeljeatilv son.-.^nld at Ih,-l>ispeii5arv, S"o. a7,.Rn(b- 8,and Pi-uperty. sllU.ile in the i V,oiie-.place, ()�f..r.l^.treet, in Itotlh* at 9d. each. Or. Ainerlea.nih*-Uniti-^tl bintes, ; Ki'nrs Anti-Sirirhutir PlIU,,nl the�aine priotv y^kv TIIOUSANb POlJND'^.-^atKeirtWo ' JL'. !iJr three l*!lllher? in a most capital and iinpAH'tant C t:ibli�hmeiit ol the kind in iKtirope that reitilrntst biH rf'luDf;^/�nattr]>ded to,^ will:,bc finallyjfui't \,tu>e: in from lO.Ul'/ to \iiv.0 0/. pi-r annum, and ipore - ?rtifoTerablv lost, tlie)5latvti7.,i.lM,imitatiftii,&c. pasted by ! ,|,;,, ,|,ui,ie that snm in a few years.  This will'lie seiored � rt-fsevfral ."tales beaVlng-claitOl, after certain perfods, being 1 exrluflve Pati;nt.hirioi: h.urM-en verin-, anil iiejiperted ' utiu expire. ^ . I .aCiervards lu be farther secured b\ aa Act ufPar^iamoiii. ..   TVtt is llieie;.n�t�i$1ve.NoMee.toaJI whom It may iiile- I     j.;ach Partner must adxance ;'>,()iV)/. . rtflorcotnerii. tl.i.ila �ei�lfo fired Prisci There are Tuxpty-five grand Caiiit:il'Prices inthi�I-�ttery, consisting of Twenty-nine e�- � c'Mleiif Freicliold liiiuses, situ/itrd .in Skinner-street nnd Pic-ket.>|reei, Sec. which were estimated is the year 1806, when Buildii-g Mi>tcrial3 were inoch cheaper ihan^nt present, by 'fi�e:.r)niiienl SHrveyor�..iMid proved t�y them, npnu oa.tb, he-fMre a Cu'fntiut(�e bf the House ^of Commons,' to be" worth upwitribi uf. lflO,()(Pf.; but ns it is desirable that the Public >lionf4!knrtw'|he present improved Valiie'of the Properly, a �ieiborn: 38. Hay-; inarket; and 369; Strand � who sold and shared Three of the Grand Capital Priies in Jhe l,-i�t City L �...i}.' br:ck IWV.V.LISG HOUSK, Wrthahtradant COUNTY FIRIi-OFFlCi;.        / SoETHAMrroW-STRBW..-St�a..nb., Loi�BOJf, TRUSTKliS. f    .    , Hit Grate the Diike of RctIasd; H.n. IkeMiifi Noble the Marquis of l{utKt><;H4.M� K. G�.. Right HuHi th'f Iwrl <.  cm .isyiuiiin. Right Hon: the Karl nf U Pftn Owp* JWluaji PiiAKUi I-5q^ Mi P.  . _________ �korEJJnR,nard..l�q. W,..P.". .       , �..   . waf^cally it� ALL Persons, wlio coiHinit* in�ured with 1nis*! mi^jTrivredulii' . Associaiioii .Seven"Year4,wheihi-r tiieir 'Ptilimrs be- V'it p�>^sH^� �irt'1^r�de, j. ��porf;tr*nis more nii*deiAte tifaii..i(;4n .||o*>ibly,bt! a^.orded by aoy^pt^r Hoiwc i{i tl|eJV1e(r^po|is. .   . ;      , , - hTm lUOQl5.'s cci;i)iaM,iM^ppW P- �----     - li{v^qlii>p. untlisr t)ic rnimedi- .�j^,j> ZOR.TABLET, a new .Irfveolipn, under the immediate putroniige of bis ttoy.^( Hl^luii&^thi'fVidfe-- bV VTkleii.-' ; j .stfip^fThe Pt^jifietoT^r bv� AgMn)U,y:Ji^l,(;id�ftaKe.tuprove u^e!> in so u:u-qiiivoC(>lhijinnfcr, iBat'even the 'b>'�i fn tee in'oiit m�t(Utetlft!'dWMea�4ip*rii>rily; tf�^rr*vee\ iHVfiiti-*rffo|'>!milar.|�iiU;nisfr.   : , .....52�Pnrlc- 1.1 also Uishop Thatnp- coniiiiodi. _.....,   . oHkcA. coach haiise, stab|iiig., capital walled 'gardens, and ,t.wn nafldtirk!(.adioiniifg,iof*e*lt'eraHv rich and produclive m'p^A\T;'latnl, comprising-U' Hed�;jKim6 idence to beLJif, ready Furnished, nilh the H.it house,(ir.-rnhous*-, Gardeiisand Plea��re {.rouuiS, iu high ruliivatiou, Ineether wilh (or without) Land.-l-dr purti�uliirs apply to Messrs. Adams nud Amlerson. Kolieitoi.s, l.udlow. who HilldirCcI a proper persauloilicw the llou-e and Furniltirc. TUTEErtbLD MOlNKaf Norw.md, five mtirt from London, willi or nithoal l.nid.-To be LET on a long Le.ue, or .SOLI), a I"A.\1ILV IIOL'SK, the Ijimt lux reileemed, and l\lhe free, with numerous b) ty and well proportioned rol�lll.^. rt-reinU i niched, 'i'he siiuati'oi i>f these premises .ire sinsnlarly p.cnresijue and be.iuiiful, rommaiid-i.igoncof tbe erandenl and ni'i-l exienjive pro p-cts'ti the kioKdoni, iwcraricli iinU hignly culiivaitd ciiunirx, with a hue view of London.--As l!ie land ^nrr .undiiig the M.iu-e hai not been l.iid out or p.lanlnl, it mav %e ileeur.itod wits ptiii-UUioiis agreeable to fancy.- lor "particulars, apply lgs, Chnncery-laae; of Jlf. An-nesley. Solicitor, IJafe-court; Temple; of Mr. R^ltye.'So-licittir, Chanctrylane i and of MK Morgan," Solicitor, BW-ford-row, London , :        i SOUTH   DIvVON.-Jieautifiii  -VILLA  ^ti FliRME - - DISPOSEDj residence i substantia-,, ------,------ , _   . lawn of .a^ut.9i\(een ncres, bodndedfy the ssdubrtnds and encliautingrjver lixe, and the road fi;om Kieterid Dawtisll and;Teigamoat|i, which, united wUh i'he v.^tfiedutiirirl; dnd inland prospects of ihe bofd featured iind'pict'dre.'qde  jiig,aTo;)g ihe borders of   is larp; aodtCiimmodibtMj'and fit tp ac-cnmnrndatealfy/aniilv. ha> beeu. rumi^hed in an eleguniLand most c ari,.at C.aatle-.Meoziev, by .^berfeIdie, Perthshire; to Wu�i Mu�:don.>ld, Ksq'. PriBce\-ai9essvu..uf Ihe Cfctbra, Ac. Mr. �.'bas frtr mooy.',>ea�� eau^ied biiiiteii.tO'^tlialArj^art^ nrent of' Surgi'r^^'and.^m e>i*usi�e pra^ec-i^eaat)l�(l to oltera'Aleibaid of-Cure^ jnital and. epcaC<9uS,.rwi)Kb-pre-vJmtS the possibility of a r�*'iw<^-.'^Wa^s iiithe cJwtt^y. stating-their cise (ii aietter, ini-litsiifg.a ILat2^ao?e,  ihe aai.onnt,-tW-,ti(a. varioat Sktr n� Aberileen , >I�Le.Ml, trriitmck; Yehwait. WhitelMrvent Soulby' .ind Afl'ii, IJlvfcrtHine; Jt^arruthrrs, f jinciwtrr ; .(lore,) and J)au- ......   iMancnester Imu�edfatelv exeruled, a*. I the Machine sent on re eiiit of nndSberw^iod^ll^rds;: Rew   | the inoieWor a rfSpiectablo rrfernce for payraertt.-Helms a Lisle. Newrastle-upoii- i considerable ouniber now ready,, and t>e money price is PATF.S'TTIIOHT TO BP, SOLO. James Woods �f Orroskirkv Itaviug b;-*!! nu-ne-tly "olicit MR. PfciRRY, Sureeofi,   _ .     ,. Bloomsbury-8qnnre",..Pr�prj8l9r.pf ADA'       - - -VUNT.amild yet edicaciotisiCitrefijfSTPN-E sindUKA.* roQfhaai{)ton4Streptj - �  Msv SOU ,, ________, bihillnn lolu geiieral u�, behaved, ba? in compliance with ReiMl, and Uncaoter, PortfmiMilbj \Vallis, Rydei; litwedwire-ff many respectnble;fafljien,^whon.-iTe given it a '      - -rtiug; Fatfeftv'CarirteTb-Wyj . f�i? P�;Hced�.f i^ ...... -----    i�Jejeiwjiie^ jJiiK'or.Jt lie, thai be hiis forsome yearijdeviited.hjs Wboji^proreuionat .attention to tbe abnire jli^easek. Jjle. o?*; iffivtuihiii at bit iiwn houfeon IVtdnesdnys aad FridR��; vlttTe-ie d'ttatusif lb��rfveiitl� boJltesof 4ji. fid", lis. a/yt i(.,'i$^9ttunfi^a^_ cd, two of -�hicf> last scarcely ever fail: t(i.c^"nrfci In* dile�; liws diathr�i�i� the baiiitt and tbere|>j[. Brevesi iha coiiei�* 9 l4alioai Ua* ' T ;;ri�.o�siice�ix'4^^^ k L'fjia*5|� tw|f liarW* C'W    ^i^irU W'tti ftiuM directions, ?^/�� W**^ �>f      If    iine.?plre.l Sionc attd'Crsvel,". nintb tvdi(t�s� price |cj8dJ:pdJ0tiii|gout ttieir c.-ttEWs'*'!' <'rte diet lo be ftbufntAjioTfi'ii tie f  itnotrifiltm\KiibefariM^ be Siiiii iym   

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