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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                N9. 4,420 SATURDAY . JULY \ oMil )lLI�ii.N� die I'nrce ,'of W.ilc-ON WO\-inV. JuW-3�        lie ft GftA.\M^ dVLA, aOd liriliijnt i f tiiiiitiW"f <''' i'itr o'ciock hiHbeii^loniiiiK uiitil Uujk.  Ad- A r  RUTt A MJ-PL A C K   ACADKMV, j\ (�I{KIAiSrOKI)v"V"*''>>5^''''>'V'01-.'n :ire hniirded ami ,,,�littli� Gr�-k. Liiiiii; aSiJ � I-.M^ifso l-mi^u:igi~ ; Mallic-�BuMi:*-. Na�dPil t'"il . ni-<));ialiliv, uiili l >-'i�-''�>> l^i^t"r^, C"on3t�'i-ili.i;i, i.locutim'l, Mritliant'a Ac*'""!''!". Wriling in viirt.iu> l];iIIJ^', guJ Ariihmi:lic. 'by U. FUtl.KK, ami prnpir ,MaJt,-i-, m 'i'weDf^-lhri-e (mincis caeSi.luT Annum. Wufir'.nR i"CluJfd, .lud Oiie Guint-Ji i;ntia"c>'. . Yi'UMf;  -ijve (luiiieas jjrr iiuiuni.^ Ifhostf wliiuri:iis�";i�ja=s5fU""l iluriiig eiUirr Of |iiie Vacitioijs, (uhfcu are iit Midiuavii'-'r ""d ClirurtiBiii, ii >j.iiitli at earb lispe, J*ray'J^-o < uinejis ' i ch, fttocV, TJ.iiiciig, iamJ .VIu^ic by cmiiiMit Mas- ten, wicitK Culutrathmiaue*, uud ajpatiira per Qmutrr. MAftlNt; SUCIl.TVs OPFICE. JinieiS. ''ff^HK C'l'iiiniilr-c li.ivc j^'rcat sa-j v a dTiMiioii iif �li< fsiuc lliiu kiiij, Ksq. for ihc IJfiie- ido�S, wl'oae li  (riiij{^l daiiii. I iic C iirlioM of lru!y dc-ffiviin o'ljrtti are aiiiiuajiv uaMtrcfsjIul in their a,')ilic.i-U-i:s tru'.n llu- H.n tcj Stale ot'tlie Fund, liut wliic i ihc-c and olliiT d.j:!.it!0:.= may, ;uiJ it ia lioi-r-l �< i 1, iir^'viii i;i future. __JOHN MC. DV "f fspt'Cablif y, wisires fur ilio sjUo . "d. H u ill (>� imrcli |i  Tt Jt i-i rf(|ii-sli'd no oun w itl iuaw�T thia ad->ettisfiiifiit bit with rt-al iiiiiurji, and w^Ufr Mtuaticxi iu lifr ;!)nd-cd!tiun, pri^vi 2j..fid. N TOIJ-RA NCH;, V-i- UisH-ac-of ChfistianS, __ the iauH Tif fUi-ir Ueligiiit). I'.y the lU-v. I Uia.SlOI'lll K W Y VII.L. rri.il.ri fur Jns. Joliii-on, St. I'aul.? Chvri-Ji-vaRl^ whcr* mav he had by tin- s:)me .Auilmr, a more fitt'imed diacu.-siun in f i.O'ir of Lib- riy uf Coa-cicncc recnmilirnded, third tTli-ti.K , prii-r-Is.; ;ilao t.ocke's L-tU;r coticfrninj Tuleriitioot 1> Tl:i Kn�; loymeiit. la GL-ml'-tH^i*^"Tuwu � _ -V'"Wft%""*^"""*' *teiVr fiiii;.'lii,'(l tliPir SclinlaSic St�l- ^^^�lH!3?^TliT ilisl A'cudirmy yai I'ailour Boarders; for JJ C-tiMlt: ijiVfii.-i^AUdreii fur Hurj-phrn-, IJJ""m'bur}r. G. C. al .V,r. ^\ .ijl.sS, iiutc If r. Pua:,MX i-'iRK-oi-Kici:. )EIISGN> tzlios-e Jnsuiance i^rijjiii^nts fall __ol IJ i.'S lOiluer-IJa) , are requrste*! In. luve .N -iff-1, t.int i^rinttd 7i<:ifiMlt!-e ;rt itvcr-{ r 'vrii and AInh.^r. o i thp Siibj.ci ..fi' \ R J,l A.\J iCN'f AJllT.. II: 1 tXm. -li- I If liAiU.uf Sl.UKlltK. J'r uied f.T I'l'iisinbk', ITunlcr,' I'ark, and Uitntir, 10�  1.11 Uili; s!rt-ci,' Loiid'il; anJ A. CmiataUIe and Co^ �d^' iMIfill. ThH only (ih.VL'lXK PWaRAlT^flffiS. CL.'VRK.R. prir.- a)- (ill. in cdiiurs; .is. plarn. >>xt wrek �Ut be |�nbli^ht�d, liy T. GilKt, 7, Cfoun-coort, tTeH-StPwt. an I oiay he had of every B./okand FnoiiieUiT tllnni||httttt Uie Kiii<.bHn. * AX  aXJMATKD  PORTltAJTof   MRS. r\. MAUV ANXK CI.AIlKh:, rngravfd froiB IJieNWM! Ori^ia-tl I'lrtnri- itt. the l*or,iniil for ite Alcnieirf,aC tjf r u�a l.iii, 'I'Uis I'.irlraif brtI^jll^� Ihe-Mi"-* ni I srrir^QStitt eW* eaiit and appr..jniate:::iTMr.lis^i� to tbc MtMlBi^  n tfT Wiitrf^^^aMrts-' (IJi-rte.l ii bWidiiHMr iinii*i^?lbim�l;Hte'.v lu the Puuliit[�tv IbU liny is pu'.ii.W'i.'d, in on slatiOas brlnn^ing In lh<- Cqmpany. irul'.nnrt, ^ivo. pricpfrte-tiiiiniiial. nfiiia rh.'iraftvr and ai.i'.ily a- an e\irntivi^ Kii;;iniTr, and, if t'oh-tfiw-lcd. vtiih, gouU sicur.iy for (lie due cj^cidlion of liii CoiiCfiCt. liAULK ^'^ISUIiA^eK (..OMPANY, Cor.iliill, L.n.i,>;i N"^Ui{.|OUS 2v/?ft this CoiiiiiitiNj lire rty/iccfju.":/ iuj'.iriii'd, Ihftl i'ctnici cjpiring iil .M iiiaiim iie:-:iay itj//' c TcnrKllluniiiiplictilian     this Ojjic: ,uil.'iin I'iln'.n /< Ihiit (leriud, liiceiyli living Ittuli; H-rct r.loU3........It       w',n.  J Adi'a.liases I' Ir.siirtTa uilh i .is Cmnpaii) ; PHyment uf Ji nt in I me nf l'ir(^ iciihuul j .-en'4-di*.i. is.-ijA^d Six Airs ft*"" Opera'for Ttuvc V'oiros by Webbi^ Js (5a�-i^> ii- lidition of fjjjcotis Mlisical Grainaiari is t the Bes ,. Geiilry, and ih!- Pulil-r, thitt from the .'j^Tiil s'b>'en iiidljred iv'inake Ftill �iril^:;r'ildditioiis for tfcc-Toniforiaiiii-roi.ieuience^f those VhnlSay^^onour h:in "uh'their.ny^U's .   . Ji�^-1ws>l-Ja^iV^'* J|.jlSi'''f exctdl-111 Win '.. a wejl supplied laf�lcc;^BJe?f.lU/if S.'an conk, Jifcil is di-lermiiii-d, by .-tiict attfiilion^taVrtidrrilieaccoiiiiiiudttttiijs of laeabuvi.- loutb rl'tn^^W''''^-^^^^^^ Livirjiool, fi.ar-  iT S.-'iierikried iheir^alHirhliiriit fi-r the J?id in- ..f , � Lead and Comu-r of. ^rrj' ra to teiiih-i tiieir ttrvices, o.i i 'ins particularly advanrageoii.'i m liie JVaile. ! Pi"; Ijead or Copper (eitlier in Ihe Cake or Shiun*) enlrujl* ; tirtlietrC-'ire al Liveriiuol, or .-ciit ilireel t'l tlie W-ohs in ; linliliire, �ill lie manufariuTi'd ia the bc^t uiaiairr, aui ri* iii. d yiila the ulni'St i.f.tinpllln.Se. 'urn. U yi ... (.�(Hiet's-rnw, Liverpiiol, Jfln' niprovcd PU'a5ure-Grou:d,F�*ei, Wire Meat sates, l)i Covers, iiiid Gtfnerai Wiie-Wirk M.iiinf ictorN. till- Ilp.\rAS CA m and SON, HI), II-.li)or i-hiji, ii oppriaiu-Si. An-lre\i-"s..Cbure'i. re-peeif.illv infonii ihe .tiobility ani (Jeiilry, tb it they l^^a-e li lis led. fur -ale, a l:ir.;e Jssortinent of Wire Mpit-Safes ,iirl Dish-Covei-a, lo keen . iref, ptiuliry, butler, cft'aai, \-e, fro.'n ilie.s, ira-p-, and all 'Hicr iiiiiecta. The Wire adinita a fi'tje circulalinn of air. by *hich lUesicdor undreised TictuaU m-jy be kept twrcc the time a� ill any other way, Varians pulUTin "f light Fences fur narkf, pleai>iire>grouiuif, ulaat tlions, &r. Improved j4�irdles, of l-'rince, which coinplttes �he Work, dcdinitcd by pckmiasi'li lo li.r.M.iie>tv. ^ . Londod.' Pri't-d fur Hie A uinnr, and suld by John Mat-It lilay.'^tlie .siriiid.    ^__ I'SIIIABLE IMllvMlSKS to be LKI', on a T" � ut>-"iie V in :l good' D�elli.ig I'f.u e \� nil (line Knu u> -111 a iIodi-, a l);.-l.l hiiuae, Willi ;;.iiid Celliir-rooni. ^c. a M.ilile, .m I-oluiioe-yard, and f;iio.l Garden ; Ihey nr.- vilii ile nn ide Snnlli >ide of liie road at thel- f S^an AValk, Inin^ 0|ipnsiie llie .\|iotliei-;iry Coiiij-aiy's I'ttyMe Gard.'iu.; ihe.s aie � ith-iii one minnte's walls ol the Tli nnea, anil nix'i' b_- ni.ide very eoiiveniiio lor Injs ii-s-.-.Xpi'ly for puMicn'iiH i" Mr. Jupp, i\o. lei, H.illoii-Ciaidi n. T1:a WARLIiOX'SK, .\... 77; Heet-lrcet.-i o lAMl-l.ir.S a idilie I'UIU.IC. EDGKLANl) au:l C    Wlu.l-.sa)..- Toun-n, and Gr-r. r-, re�pei t.'iiM . aiiiiiiu;ir u.irier\ V S.tlr of T.as, )ii.sl nov\ c "ulud: d, Ihey have purcliasnl a veiylarseaid prune assarimpiit.- Tney warrait aH Tea* f."�. ilieir W.irehonse pure mid gc-iinini", and,'roni the lale leiliietian of ili� lower kind', are einUled, willi \.erf-ct confide: ce of siiiriiig sut sfacttinii to I f-cl| ivhol -sali", not 1  s tli in .i pound of eurli,-:it liie folloiv-i ini re.-luceil ureeai-(inoil l.ria'ifa.M Con�.iu (eipialto wlia* h.i.s been (ii>I I al 7s.) li.'. rid. ; Good bouchonj;, 7s. .ind Is. 4d.; Fine dil'o, 7s. lO.I. ; .Siipei diiio, Ss. 2d. to yi. ; p�od Green Tea, fr. L):l. ; line itiitn, 7<. id.; fine I^lonni, lis. tid-'j food II son, Ps. fid. to 10a Gd.; Super dilto, Us. lo I2s. ; Caftee, Manin co,'2.. ; fine 'iilto, 'is. fid.: and Pne B  fighio:ii.--"li)Oe bUl..L) by Fhiv.vtf. j .u^'j r.ircbidin,; ptearvflCo I _ CO.VTRACT, a caii.uiouw \l.\>fSit).^ ^lOUSL on t'le : ctitirges :f.i.�stbi� ItWliHt ' -c.-istsideoTlhe Sreym-, with a frdnl to |-.;isf-.tr.el, lalrl. or u- i>u.ehr:iiil esr bene fac pied liy the RiRlit Hon. thre^lvirl of Craven, wiili I o.irh-tibiisei Stable and' Dlficcs; coisprising- f ry o>nveidence fir a l.nrge fiuqily. The Preiniscs are Copybnld, .^t a sni 41 certain fine on d?i�th <�r alieiiaiitjn, whii;h renders them e enual to mort>;apc. Application persoaally, from twelve to f hrie, ot" by letter, ptwi iiaul, addrcs^d l.*> Messn. Cox mid Co. Army Agcuti, 8,' Warttick-slreet, Charipg-Crusvwjllbg fltl<^iidfd to;.        . SOPA~WATKK --InvprojtW {ireparation Tor making Soda Vy'aler.-TWj jircparaiioo. will be found ' ficecdingiy wi'efiil'to' (^erjdnj travfijlnjj, and all rilb'er^ whose-(ituatioit reiidere thesmtrevoiicif'f Soda.A/Mtrrihcimvenient '.-ind expensive, hat UArlieuia4y.tfl^ geiitleiQeo goipg .abroad, rr. '; -irtiible roi^ fhe. porirt-.^ui'd ^ncIip�l)1 nii-dersiEk:Pre)iare.d only byX. Ga-iiMige. (lale R. WaUh's) add by fail apiniinimeat'nt WiiUh's, N*>500,' Strand"; ^hawrandEdwartfs; Dfccy and JJuVpn; Newberry; Butler ;'.Hac�m and Co. and l^si emi-wm Medicine Venders in ton* b s'HuabtoJ and Co. J?dio- ' burxh^ and iBliU. i)anH'.�rcret,'llnblin f-in bnitle^'at lis. niid J& 6i. eadkwWbcre mty be bad, Walsli'g Oultsfooi Lizen^eS, for Coogiis, iS;c laioxei. arjs.(*d. each.-None .iregciiuii�euiiles�4iiri'eil.K. Waltli;-N^B. Country Diners fW^O be DtuposED OFJby PiirvATK 'Jo.ifTiiact, the whole, or such part'thcreof a^ mav be agreed uiiori, of those .IUJIL01NGS,*w  a WHIT Land UK I) LEAD WtjR.K, near Ihe to.wuof J.iverpo.d, situate i.-i front of a certain iniended iiei^Streef^jjJLg^cailed Great H 'w.ird-flreet, and within a very short ili�l ince of llie river \ler�ev ; alsn.annlher WORK erected for tliesame branch of bnsincs*, � Jitiinteabout a mile frdm the lown (>f llolyuell, in North Wales, logetherwith u large htm-k of exrellent Acid, and every i-equ4site utens-l ferihe inmirduite prnseruiinn ol' Imlli Concerns m a very considerable i-vten!. I he Ui 1 Ini^* o! Ibe Livrrpoul Work are in complete repair, having Ua\l wiinin Itiese liVii veais upivard-i-if lourteen liumlred pounds etpenJ-ed upon them ; they are ercled upon Land of Inheriimc-, and have atiatlied to them aboullhree acres of Land, >taiiile nie?isnre, s>> that any additioli.al buildings which inav be tlinught necessary ni.iy be made.. They contain ten sl.irKs or rooms, c.iipa'ble of holding al least i7.loiis of L-ad each, a cmn-ninijioiis erinding-rooni, in ivbich are two sets of stonef, and a pair of brass-rollers, one set of which, \vilh the rollers, are cmiuecli-d with a steam engine, bnl juat erected, nf IS horses power, on Messrs. Uoulion and Walt's improved prinriple ; the other set �f stones is worked by a (inwerful windniip, 'which also dri^esn pur of red leadstnnoa; there are tvioseis of wiishing bac^s, stoves to hold fifty tons of lead, hn-w faous^istore-lOoms for acid, and two red lead oveii-., besides n variety of other reipiisiie aparlinen s. '   The Buildings of the work in Wales arechiifli ne.T, S'lb; Staotially bnill, aud very commodious, panirul.nly tMe �i Hiding and""Washnig backs rooms; the situation js peruliurl^ good, from its vicinity to Iht Smelling Wurks iinil ckiIs, and . being on the baaks.of the river Dee.  "Vessels fro n l,i�er|i.io'. and Chester can approach within little more I'inn .^v nine i,t ii, uiid c."in arrive at eiliier 'f liuise porta iu one ud-. an.l finm the latter port the 1. ad sconvejed l>, the .SialTjrd^liiie Caul to nil p.irta of the Potteries,   '/here is l:ke�i-e up. nllle . Premised a fine Prfol, affording n sut^cient .>upply of water fur sfx months in the year, lo turn a powerfiil oveishot � heel, �'if 24 fc'e't di;inielrr,'l<� which are connected three pair of . �tnnes uiid-one pair of .brass rollers, and in case of the fai.*nre of water, there i�a very good steam eiiKiue, of fourteen hor poner, wliicb may be resorle.l to, to which another set slonea isccbuccled.-^t.^tlers add'Csaed to .Messrs. M\ rrs. Miir-sbalLaod       Liverpool; ot any applicalioi/-maile at their OiKce, Statliam's building.'. Lord-street, to explain  more fully the Premises, will be alteniled to. _      _ . Thivdav is puljlts serf, priecS^, tid; . WIE pnRVNK of SLOA.VK-STai-JSj^-rodfti t.iiniiii .11 Aii.a'y�i�   ni,'the t�i�leiic  . Keilectioiw ireef, London: where ma> lie had. the iw" lirst volumeis -f the Spectator; iuboanis/ U. Js. fid. Thii periudital work luaj be csoiidefed as a Medical Library.      '__� In a^iiirri iinie will lie |'(ibrn!ied,'prn cd for Josiiua Cooke, and Jofeph Parker, O^foid ; and J. Mjickinla^, StraflU, LQii'liin. �   ' L^aiJIi'IDIS SUPPLTCRS', irni'GB.VjA In L< \UL1I)E, et-TAVlWSv-ad 4)piiBiormn-Exempla-r nil tideni enieiidaliB. Cbii.Xn(i3, Jer. Marklandi iiitegris, et alioruiii selertis. .Acc.cdiml, de Orwcortfin quirtaj Decli-i. n.Tiioneei t,)iieslio Grainmalica ; l.atirs, Kuue.-ti, Svo. t-ia. bHardyt ..   . Ilemdoius, GnEcc, Rei^ii el SchiSeri,. ^ volsu 8*0. , la? Iiiiaid-.  " S.iphoclis CKdipiis Re�. 8vo.-ls, boaftl*.   .-    .     , V   ^ Ihi^ilay ia pul>li-Hed, price Is. sid.'ihf Second'iidilion'of rj^MI-r Gl{OU5f03 ou .wlit rtU,-Fl?et-sirePt; and sold, by J. M. ' Ricbatdsoo,'Huyal .l^xcTiange,. Conibill,' and all other BooWUers. .. ulhe object'jflliis.tract, which is comjjtession, the r ba�5rtt ilfsucCeedrt.' ll^is^iriticii>ally      - 1; N G L A >' 1> separated frool the CJJ UJlLil.�f ilOkB'. ftjre ;  RLr.O.\SIUKRLf>. in^arvicwof the Rijmislt.. l>J -Uy .' SHUTE. Bi-hopof Oarham.-   , � . I j.'^- Printed for John Halehatd,'PtcciWil.lyj. Ilt�ii^ri(Hv Paul's church-Yard; alfd Pavne, .Pjill-i%fa)rf.fthifre niav be had, price 6d. or .ts. ptTPdOzen.'The i;i�Hi�d�.-�>f-Ii:ngla;jii -Ooeirine of the tord's Suppfer, bpiiig aA^ Aintrai^�f t)i� , above.      ~       .   .   '      / �-. . �[-' * u autho ..... ^''AV'I* titr. persona �y.ho are vogai^d in th's' very of c;>inniercial,siJCCu''arion, but the Stodint and the Sulickor j�ill find In it an useftil iHstci^li.r aod-jiuide." *' Jntriijcrr^ivement, the'auinor (us wa� to be wpected) b.-is foUoWed rir.-ParlTs pl.-in.'To ;hi� coU(>ciVdiiim of the lawof-Itwariflce is pri;fix�d�'jumotafy aaeuat of jtfie rise tuid^ri^riMbf ^avigatioft an^;TOfspieccej.wbicb-.luu) ^cen , Avell'drawnSip^ ;94contain}-.iiiuch'val,ualk]{!tnf0rtn.-itiob in a Tcrv airtrtw- ed,j>rife 84>.t)dT Jia dsomely p^pted in Svo.wfti a^o^itifal Ifon^it.of Era�imi�,'ei^ratrcj^Iffpii llai�HblbittnSceli:brated picture, .       . , rpHK LIFI$;of 1|:RASMUS,. jriih. ao.'iictoiint � i   of hu.wijfinjpiftducwrfrom- Dr. Jorti^'r larger �orjt. ,  '.Bv *A. L'A<;Ey; ii*!,   ,     : \: This intet�rt'isac'tWiiiTO cillbitfcrt "eyetyl^^ Dr. Jonin'8 ceiebnttM woift,i oijrf is,  ffeted ;� a isio^j^e pally designed for j substitutebiUll'hCilsSb'^^Pti^n^ bnpartai)t-hraorfa ! ifot cun'Jld -d.ti)>pecMix�as-tr^sentiaUrrequisibr. .   London: tViiMCd^r Utfkf(igl'oB� v^ilei>^ and Ctf^lfeinple ofl he Mt>sw^:l!'inid>.ary-i|qiuii�-; of wboin msyUttf-tiad4aieiy ' Cumbc'riahd; �39;, >tt4i'Aati:Aoiiii6aij0iffiriciea: oC^   f- duty?a. iiieraBiel, and other ncfs By On1�8wtf t*tSlo.-�rrtt , WILLIAM. iiCJ^X>:f scretary.- :^W�^,^-�W-*�*�r*'�       '^'t- noiileU given ft full ;   TVIso. .no.i*?olame,��t^^^ :FyTi'r....Ti?S^-.hi.:-..__.lf^T.i.�^�.(All�ll)eiy jire Contcyfeits.      Gj*al.    . Jh'ii day! .�        -----�-^-5TAfifcB�U10|f;�c.i9fciiFTTO�.# '    -'-rti^rwES.'ftafixiiyfepipBiHMia., ,.. i esjoifciied to 'etta�l� pcnooc,; ___________oMtip'diiewer-ot7tliiB*-t�#a'' pp^y;^oj^-t^remed^ts:�rtthowl'tbej! .fioiiandi tttasbavSeWet -lafiinttaU'jn ; Oaths; 'i'ormns ; ' of a Farr{�r>\�4iK�efiX�*�^bUw�^n tb^^ . iDdueiVcei;. B�ib*ry }^ JJirhify of the. Plebeian Cbaractpi-� i training-of Cotb-r4itilt�ft>lhCp�ch*Wof'Hj�^^ -Fitreigners"; Claiij "ftlhildren^ SUlVcryi. Right t Pro- , iUrecti��-f�^lMf:�d^       aHW� |^o^^ rhir/dsamlJCharitieir'j VobKc ffw^; ?o>tjii 1 r inarv Sorigeo,!!, |j�imi^vp,nf;& ; - r. licpencer,      .-'^ ...       y�iicpviii^^lmitt^^ti^^ Prtnted for 8totkd�(|i,'jiraiaiftt�, PM-VlMl . ^^'AWowrf^^t^^^'SS^'!'^^ ^        1 ^]^aii4�wn^**E*�*�c^^*��e?P�*�^ *�*��*'� -J 't-�   

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