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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                . ~ wii'jiiriiKAr.ii:. \vc.-iiiiiii?tLT iuii,'^. Vitri>i>-iif "I" "'fir iroyiil Hi;ilii:--"es liic l*rin: .v. 7,   eihI i   S.-,tiinl;!V, H. .1 "'"V Hq>ii.-.-_lrii.n niiil lVrft-irt.iM Sper- the ratrnna^-e  of   his of  \Snlc.. - rO-M()l{-liiM^Hi liliaot VAUXIIALI.. -L'n Koval  lli�h:i'"-s i'r:nt( now, July 7. ho a IW! \ M > GAI.A, r.viiiliition .It" I'll'.- \'!m'x-.- :J>. CM. AXrKI) KKili r rAU.M^/frT.iirsUO fo '.01'i Acrt--iMc'.i, T'l Slotcm 1" vUMras ufcaiiilal 'cii-rri-aiiil fiiliTi.rij;-. - I'ur parliriil;ir.- aji; ly li> Aiiaai .N.'iii;a-,. ^u^vl�\'T a: (1 i.aml A^riit, , 1,'l'iiria(l:icr(lli--?trt'ct. I,i)vi�lliH�.' Surveyor to ihi Tim Mr. Samuel TavlorbePiTk � the Trnsi.-r,. * SOLOMAN daviks, Chairman. Thal.th.-Thanks wf thisMeetiiiR be Riven to Solomon Oa-ili-s. Esq. for lis aide Conduct in the Chair. . ' SAMUKL T.AVLOJJ, C:ierk lollie TrusJ.c-.  to tlie Trusierf. > the 'I'r.isti'Cr. - I MARRIKD LADY",  �lmse  lJusband  U . abroad. wSslies to be afrocimodated with IJOARD niiil 1.01)01.M- in >n in such Scieoct-s as are raoEttsiKntial to theJtlilit-itV PnifrFsinu. No I'upil will he received wlio i.s above It ye,-�r.� of a^:- ; '(hnseGrnlleinrn exten!e.','vrhnhavini; pas-ed theexani'.naiion l.ir adini�ii4i at Marhm, are prevented by the �\aiit of va-, CM^rirf from ir.imrdialely joining the College. '� ae Terras are On? Hundred Caineas per annum ; in wHeh ah" included the oK-ll re()uiMle I5ooke4, a ."i^iarate In-d, and every olbereiDCBCe of Jiducatioii, and Board, Wa>hii!g eicrplcd. livery Gentleman coming fmma former School is expected mproduce a cerliticate ot Jlis pood coiidnct, under the bniiil of the Mnsteroflhe School; and it is p:ir|iro!.-.r1y ret^uesied ' of the Parent, that heraayliol hri'g withliiiji a gretiir-r sum than One Gtiiiie:i for pocket-money; be will be perinitteil. however, to receive tin allovyuoee from 1>. lo Is. ud. per neck. The above Plan has received the approh ifier, A Priste of.,,...,.......'......jC60,000 By Fotir >Ih!ket8 of the some Number, APrixeat j*8Q,000 '. -   Aodalt othor i'l^zes in the Same proportion. TICKETS aod SIltUtES are on Sale at ail theOm .-T-" wiiici areaildr*!, stune ih iiiin.il Aiis-rellaiie.iu- I'liems-P.y A > N .^UMtKV, Am hor >.l' .\Uji-to.ia."-liiMiili-il h> i)erii.is'iii.i lo i'.ri iio\,il lj:p'.iie5S the I'rine,-:-* Cli.itl.iiti- or VS^,|.-.. I'liiiiru for Longman, Ilur.-l, Iloei, and Orme, I'.ite rnn-tc o\i. 1 T.)urJhr">uj;h Mervillc, late m>*i Tiiylor; awl C'.o.vn, .Mr. i.iinul. |)o.,r-"l>enat Half past Five, b.-ginat :i:iir-p;i-t Si\.-So-tnn.l price at Uajf-p.i.l Eisht.-L N UAVli:S. liq. in Ihe Chair. Rft.ilvril, I'lrii ilie intfiitions of the .\rlof I'ai I lament f.r �akini(iy__Pj'^'P^^^^^^^^^ i "{SJKVV  TUK.Ml^ >VA'A),  of a very   superior *Vr!l1ht^TI?a'ii!4s'dr'uiii meeting be prc?eu!e.I (o the lal.; i -LN kind; the roots g-ow nlo^tly from two lo th.-ee feet 'omniltee, aeknonledgiug their able comluct and zealms : ';'und, anil so peci.Iiaiiv |.weet, that Cattle eat th in jvitli : the greale�t avidity, and thrive on them wonderfully. Half t'le ii-ual quantity of Serd is snllicicnt, yet the pry luce is most abnnUaiit, being olien above one-third more thau other sons. I5as.= containing S<�ed for four or five Acres are sold for 12-. by Mrs. Vogler, .'Jj, South .Molton-slrcet.-No credit.- I'ost.ige must be paid. KNr itt AUVA.NClv -Waute.l (o  IIK.NT for a Term, a large TIUCT of LA.NI), (from llV.IO Acr.s upwavdv). It imi,t he within "i'.K) miles of London, and C'lisist:" Cor tJic grea'ist part of good Down Land or Ali.l-dling Pa-tiire, and some v  if req'iireil, some ve.us reot in advance) by direetine, (postpaid) lo P. P. I'oivel, i:pq.-at the Post Oflire, lUth. rriHH STONI-: P11M-: CO.VIPANV having com. A. pleted Iheir arransem'-nls for the etfertnal Supply of Publir Companies and of Individuals with the several articles of their inanHfiiclure, think it necessary to acquaint the Public � illi the Mime ; .and th.it they have now re.idy for de"-liv�Ty at their Mapufaclnry in Charles-street, ilampslead-road. Stone I'ipes for the use of Water Works, Ci>tcrns, Drain Pipes. Coluinm for Kuildincs, Chimney Tops, Flue�, and.variiius specimen* of their diflercnt in.mufaclure in sewers, u ches, iS-c. ^c. i^e. iWAlvUFAcTOlTT^To be SOLD a MA-NU FACTOR Yin the Country and a WARi;noUSF, conducted at present by an Agent in London. The whole Coucern has lieeo long eflal)lished, and is the first in quality of the kind in Fngland. The Manufactory is correct in its llan, with ((round capable of n>?cessary extension, and the Warehouse is the completest and best situated in London.- The Works are in the fullest employineni, and have the best baiid>. This Concern is well worth the atteiititm of persoiie with Capitul. For particulars enquire of .Mr. C. Smart, No. 13, Clement's Inn, London. COUNTRY no I SK.-Wanted to Uenf for a Y'ear, and to I'urrh i^e. if agreeable, at the end of that periods a detachedHOriACK or VILLA, eJlVr fornisD-rd or unfurnished, on the li.anks of Ihe Thames, uilliin ten miles rf town, with slahliog. pleyisure ground, and kilrlien-garden. A few acres of I; iid adjoininc would be doirable, and the n< ighboiirhood of Fulliain or Richmond preferred.- Pari'cnlnrs and terms to be addressed to A. B. C. at Mr. Dnd's, t'oarh-m iker. Park-sireet, Grosvenor-Fqnare. UNS, PISTOL'^, anil P.'UNTIXGS -To bo STSOLI), foraboni half the first cost, several rnpilal Uon-ble and Single Gnii.�, exrellent Air Ciuns,C;Lies of Pistols, Holster Pistols of lunskct and cariiine bore, with swivel iron rmls. &c. and I'ocket l'i�lo1-of every sort, with from one to M-vi-ii h.irn U each, the whole are by the best London ina- iiei-s, vi/__riie M.-intons, W oj;don, Nock, ICgg, &e. and are warninted A liial is allowed, or exchanged iu twelve months.' Si-vrial fine Paintings of the first consequence and purity, to sell very cheap,-at \\ ilson's, No. I, Vigo-lane, top of S;.ckville sireri. TTMIIVAIJ7?A) Ueal BRILLlAiYP JAPAN U BLACKINC;, ii.#dc by T. TIBEN HAM.-This in-vatual^.ptensarie tauy scale S�:iVTrv I,OTTERY.-JTO BEDRAWN IN ON^EDAY, WIFT arta Co. Wpect/uIIy inform the Public, 'I nm **MirTicketiraiia'Shito�s ire'nttw bn Sale at oh their ^�ces: atth&tansetinie (hey brgleave to recomiueud lo the � '21*"*" of their friendi the Schetnc of the present Lotticry, . fJwblbey tnirt Wilinferitthell- ai�probafion and snpportj: ,. 'J�Mertb preynttidisaplwiiHrtteflt; it is necessary lo obsorve,  "|*thi!reareontya9Q>NDintf �4fl the tottery, and of c��iir5e  nrf"r*^' �'S�?r Ihaa 5,�Pi'aod that the �>Jole will be CAlflirAl.'PRIZES. i    *....�f.>..,......Z4.ltod[ p....of.......1,000 . :   *.. .ef....; .l\ 12 .. .of.......... 580  ''*.fW??are.FtoT,Tjcketjj�f.eachft'wnher, Adventurers tray UB-JS?-*^^;^'^S^.�'fe�ft^"!?"*^^^       TlimtCTiid Pounds. ^�i�IJ!2?fo�y ncqiMJnt.'flie" Public, thatTtcketj and'ffiare? � Si^'j'STATii tOTTFTfi^ Hit an Sale at th*ir Oftces, i ,fc�IrTi'''**�f^JwnWlti-aodfacingtbefiate.ifthe Kiue'. li!^5Kvil'!^"''��--TlirrearebiU5�-(JiJ!).Nuiiibefs /from *i,t^S^..'"''^*r)'*V!�f Tickets ^ each Nuiu^r.*" Ihe ' *�oletbbedrawAiii f Manners and Scenery f;a(;Lr, iov^^'iia \ ei; co.mpany, comhiii, i.oi-iion. "tti^ .;t M Jd.-i:niniei-day u:i!ltts i.i l' t ) iMLS-^ (�VVi..\>N.\">'? .M.S\  >  0\S l.S.'OS, author of tic      ^^ lUl  liiili Cnl," "file No\ireoi ^1  1 )i>tniiii k." i\ c. J'liiited for L.�ii^'inaa, li.iijt, llw-, and Oritic, l'.ileriiO~i-,r lil'W. " She has jiroduied a very el'-cani, ingeoimi-. and rilli --ri.j;: .Novcl, u liiih diTi\es a ppcnli-ir eli.irir Iruni the i li.rale, .i ni Ihe nianiKT- uiili nhich il is coiiii . F.R..S.   Kditoriif ijie .New C:ycIopa�di�. PrHi'ted for i.oi.ii�:ia, llurst, Recs.lmd OniK-, Patemi�-tcr-roii ; and C.-idell and Dalies, Strand. This day are puhlisiiel. in Th o Vi.lnuier b�o. w itn a foriraii, price liis. hujirtis, rpnE EPisioLAiiv LOURr.. aiy;liierb; to wliieli are prrlixe.t, 1 la--nienls of rhren lla^^; two of them uadiubli diy Sti'ibIIk-third supposed to he .Addison's. 1 aiilifnilN |>ritaed from lie Originals, and iilnrtraled wiili Liieiary and Ili-lorical Amc doles,--By JO II.\' .Ml.llDI.S. I'.S.A. I., r.iid 1'. Printedfor Longman, Ihirst, Rees, luid Orme, Palernosicr-roiv. r  �( ; , p,.->' at per Cent* ; ,,).-J at .'.s-i i-r- � 'til nis C'lnnp-iiiy ! ^ of /'.;t, uiiihitul imrtaif of ;nh.tvz i-'^titJr goo:!. A" t:.':ttrge , ..'II: lUtii'i'. i>r ^iiiirys. A I' >>::tii t/t� .^itifij/'uf( tn^iiiaticc :'uti,ji'oH \^'. Iu Ju/ per (Ih,  J.o.n ;j to lb prr S'cirf. i'/if'ui ^fei.-Bire Clnuse ) at is. CAPPi.'.s I.U L OF Clll{i>r. This day i� publislicd. in H\o. price Vl�. boards, COXNECrEU lllSTORV of .!.e LIFE ami DlVl.NK .MIS.SION ofJI>rs CI I It I S 1', s recorded in the Narrative- of the lorn J .var.g-li is; �itii .Noirs selected from the Short-hand I'ap.rs of ihe l:Uo K.v. .Sru-comc Cappc. To w liich are added, IMl ciinns ari-ing fr..ni Ihe several subj cts of each sfclio.n.-IJv CATtiARl.NI. CAPPK. Printed for Longman. Ilurtf, Hecs, and Orme, Patenio.-ter-rovv ; ;ind Wilson and Son, York. MR. CA.MPIlJiLL'S M7wT'')l.iM.3rhi- day arc p.it)-li!  Benoley, . price to non-siihseriher.-, 1/. .5s. in boards, GERTRUDE of  WVO.MLXU, or the Penn-sylvanian Cottage, and other l�oems._Hv THOMAS CAMPBELL, Author of    ihe Pleasures o.' Hope," &c. Published for Ihe Anlhor, by Longman, fluisi, Kee-, and Orme, Patern� ter-row-. This dav is pobli:.|ictl, in 'i Vols. Svo. price lbs. lids. lUTEIXES of MIXER\EOUV, c-.n^aioina a general Hist/iry of the principal varieties of .Mincnl Substaucrs; logethir with a p-irticular sl;tteinent of Hieir Ph\sical Characters,and Chemical .Analysis.- By .1. K IDU, M.'D. Professor of Cheinisiry in the Univer-ily i.f O^'ord. Printed for I.onKman, Hurst, Rees and (Jrme, and .\le--rr. Rivingloas, Patcrno^terroa, and J. I'arker, and J. Iili>', Oxford.___. This day are published, in Two \ olnmes 8vo. Iti-. lioard-, IETTER.S MI. variou.-! SUH.FECT,-!, Uterary, J Political, and Kcclesiaslica , to and from WlLl.l.vM MCOLSO.N, 0.1). Successively Bishop of Carlisle and Archbishop of Cashel. including the Correspondence of .several eminent Prelates, from IfiHS lo 173n-7, inclusqre. laiihfuUy printeA t>�iu the Originals: and illustrated with Literary "and Historical Anecdotes.-By JOH.N .NICHOLS, F.S.A. K. and P. Printedfor Longman, Hurst, Rees, ;md Orme, Patern�s-ter-row. This d.ay are published, handsomely primed on fine paper, with an elegant engraved \ ignclle, the Secoi.d l.tlition, with considerable additions, jirire 7s. hoards, of lOEMS aiul TRANSLATION.-^, from (he Minor Greek Poels, and others; writieii chiellv between the Ages of Ten and Sixteen.- By a LA I) V. Dedicated, by Permission, to her Royal Highness the l'iince?= Charlotte of \\ ales. ............" A Pilgrim in the throng. She sought the simple llowers of Poesy - Accept the wrcaih.................."  i     ' SoTIirlBY.' This F.dition incbi-esa Poetical F.pistle, supposedro have been wrilten on a recent otxasion by Lord P. to the Hon. Col. C-II, and a tribiile to the memory of Sir John Moore. " These Poenis .and Translntions are lire mot extraordinary etl'orts of la-nius which have come within our oliserva-tion.''-Europ. ,Mag. for March, ^809. " This is really a plieiioniendn in literature."-Briti.-h Critic. J'idilished by Lorgman, ilnrst, Rees,.and Orme, Pnter-n�Ster-row ; Sold 1)> J. -\sj:erne, Cornliitt, aud T. Berkel, J 'all-M.all.__ This day is published, in One > olu.ne ^t^. eleg lutly prinicl bv Ballanl>ne, �ith numerous i;ngravings, from iJesigns by Mr. Richard Smirke, illustrative of ihe scencrv and habits of the twelfth .-ind thirteenth Centuries, price 2/. 2.-. in boards, lAgTENOPEX I)E UEOIS.-A Roma .ci-. In Four Cantos.   Freely translated from the 1- rencU of M. Le Gn.i.M), with Note.-. By WILLIAM .STEWART ROSI.. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-row. " We admire the Poetry of .Mr. Rose, il is always pleasing, playful, and elegant ;� abiivc all, it is alwa\sEugliih poetry, of the school of Drydeii. " There are most beautiful laigravings in this work, from dasigns'by Sinirke, truly vatuatile, both as p'leces of art, and reconUof ancient coslume."-Ann. Uev. ISiOS. _-L^.--------    .----.--_ This day are publi-hed, iu Two Vols. 12iuo. the Second ' Edition, price Pis. in boards. LADY, ^ in America, artheyeriited previous t� the Revolution. Printed for i^ngman^ ilurst, Re�^�, and Orme, Patrrnos-ter-roW; J.'Hatcliaril, Pifcadilly; jind IVIrs. 11. Cook, , jermyn-streetv  Of whom may Ite b.-uf, by the s.-ime Author: 1 1. i^lteis from the Moujitains", the Fourth EdiUon, in Three Volt.KiMO. price t.-J-M. &l.'hoarJs. " "jThie cbarnj of ihcsc Ictteni consists in their being the artless erfusiiui of a superior mind.. There is sterling good sense in most ttf her remarks on books, manners, ednration, &C. OQd a great share of originality. She always appeals to us Id a ligut at once respectuble aud amiable, .jler uiider--Slandiiig is strong, her fancy lively, her sensibility acute. She has the art ojf placing every thing before our eyes; we see ll/^r, we tlear tier, and we become acquainted with her: aod.vvlieq we bliut her bouk we seem, to take leave of a frfenil."-Aiinual Review. 2.-The|lig.hlanders, and other Pocjns; Second Edition, foolscap 8v'o. price 7s. e"x(ra JMmrds.     '  _ " SOUTHKY''S THALaW/TtHE DESTROY l',�. This day ii> pobHthedk neatly primed in a voU. fool-cap Svo.  - jificc l-Js. linen's. The Second Edition, of rpiHALABA THE DlvSIROYEK, a Rhyih. A mical Roniance.-By ROBliRTtSOCTllE Y. �Prinlt^ for Lw^iian, lliirst, Rees, aiul Orme.T'alemos- r. JJ-iceij e/i (.rt. I. ./  . . Pri.;,ii.iji>, ri: - I oiiiino.i Iiisura':re  .... l::./;ard.M,^   ........... Iioiil.d s i 1,1 /.ill lion- .... A.:v...a      t, i-i, /'�.i/'n.;i/ !)/� j: !,i ri  i Vt JJa.ii-!::^       J. J,,    I'lilh ,r yl,> 1   uj' .il. jihij- -i.t afv -,,1 �; , Ujl H .'/'.' /*'� Uj-.' :l I hi- J.hili; Fiji-iit-Oi; ^/lu/c in� ,)ei C' HI � *t ' i'he Coii,)i.ji.\. s ! rill-for l.ile I a-:ir;'.nce are equal-Ir lUjeial, and iius-e>� mt- -ujirnor Cl-.iinis to paWic Pa-iroa.igc. U . m-.ETII AM, Sep� f;'~ .A;;e;ils Hnnled. Tiiisdaj are piUili-iied, h\ .1. '^nrding, 36, St. James s�reei, London, .      . I IT OiTDSO^ilERYILLE'STRACTSoD Slicep, JL^ Wool, f'lou^'l-.s, atid v)xen, Svo. wilh PIntei. Anew IriUiMl , price �J. liak.�!:-Oliser�aiines ear, folio, price 'iii. ;'). A v,.w t:t.lo;;ii,- of liojks on .-\gn|;vUuj'e and Rural AlTairs in general, price Js. PA ?"[>>O.S S i;     03-IM PROVED.        ' T.'iis d.iy.ia ju i .'��li, prue Uh. 6d. in b.iu.ds, the Four-lee. V i.rtiiion i.f VNEW an.!   .\r(ur..te      scrlp'i^in of all .the Dllil'.rT and  i'KINCll'AL  CUO>S   RtJADS in L.Nta.AM) .::nd W ^nd 1'ART of SC^TLAND � arr-ini'd upon :.ii tniivimd i l.in ; so that the.^ientleinea'ii ,">e,M.-, .lud other rem irK.iti.e i'liiecls, arc liroughlUndet: ^h(! eye In tlie s,- ( t h- Kingdom : (ly Lieuieiianl-L"l oiel \ln.l,.e: bkenise a Ta'do ot the pricti- pal t'ovMi", Willi iiic Iii......f I'lUiase ij e o 11 : llie J'iiues of Arri'a' ""d Depiruire of ihc .M;�il-; t;ij .Nura.ier. of Houses, ami Ihe ro,.n:alio!i, .vc. 'I'he waoli; grcall.y au;^-mentedand iiiiiir lyed liy Ihe i-si^lapcj of Francis Freelmg, Es(|. .Secretary lo the i'ol Ulliee ; .vid of ih.-several Sur-vevrs ot the i'roviiicial Dilr eii, uii er tne .Vulhority of tgc Po-iin isler-Ceiieial -By l.ic .ten inl-C 1 mel PA PERSON, Assist.ml ynarler-.Ma-'e.'-deu ral of hi. '.l.ije.iy's Forces. S dd by Messrs. L.)ii.:; ii i.i, liu -t, lie and Or.ne, I'ater-nisur-row ; aid .Mr. Fad-.-n, I, luring i r is-. 'J his day is puhlisned, neaily friiiie,! la Out \ ol. Otuivo, pri e I.-, ill ljoa:ils, ETAPflYSiCAL KS.'-iAVS; confaining, the I'rir.ciples and FHud.-iinent I UiiJ-cti of tli.it -Seieiige, vyith some ( o.i-iileration-U|M)ii lUe Human Mind, ike. By liUH.AjiD KIIA\>A.\, i.-q. 1.. L. 1>. F. R. S. Pr sidciitof lire Koxal lr:a;! Academy. Ac.   Author of Kle-meuls of .Mineialngy. d'eoio!; c.il Ks-a^s, aud other Works. i.ni.'.oin : Frini. li I'.o- lajne an.I .'.lackioliy, S7, Strand.- Ol v. Iioni may he had, liy me-anie Author, iie>.tllY printed in I�o V ols. Svo. pr.i e 1 in Ih..-iid>. Logic ; or ;ui Ks-dy on llie l-;lfinenis, I'lii.i 4 me vulume* iSTo. prrce t>v-. ia boards. ERODOTI IIALICAUX.\SSEI HISTORU AKL.U, LI lilt I l\.   Kditionein Frid. Volg. RJil-Zil Morle inierrnpii.iH coiiliuliav il C. H. SCHAFFR. Accedil Index Rern.n nceiii'ii Editioufci Wi-welingiauie, cutd Edit. 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