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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 15, 1809, London, Middlesex                                )^v, 4,458. TUESDAY AUGUST 15   iflOf). FRICJE SJXPE.VCii-HALFrEN.W *f^UXfIALL.-Under the Pafmoage �f his V Royal hiRhiifw the PriiJce of W;ilw-TO.VlbR-nW.Aog. JC- GALA auij txliibitiou *tHKK^�i^'^''>'AIl SCHOOL, Bury SaJrT* fl jiaiDUilil'6-Tl.ii day BKNJAMIN HEAT)I MM,. ViV A. ''i""V C"II''Re, Cambridge, uti  cir-< u:ii''ai:ci-s a� in-iv br explained at an iiilerview ; he uill be n quired ( hi* uf a di^lHisili'in ami temper unexcrptioanbjy poo'. Ad'ln-si til S M. ai'I'-'iii's CKll't^e-bousc, Corahill. It Im LetriT from c;^.iiiitry sli:- portage to be paid. CAS UUHT BILL. PaPi Mall, August 8, ISO'l. of thf Fund fir assisting Mr. fflRL'ST, MONIiV, .o liy out.-Wanted to Oi. lay o.it the Su'ii of fr^Mii 30 tn lO.tKX)/- Ten Thousand Toundi tiirri-of in Aiiimiiji-s to be m-i ur.-d upon Freeaold I'ro|),Tty. au4 th< n-iiiain ler iu the Hunhase of a J:'rpehoId with a gooil Family Hou-e and Ijiiid.-Apply (put paid; to Mes-r^ Krowiie and Co. Uiitd diid flotue Agi-iits, .So. 7, UucUiin;ham-slr<"rt, Ad �' M"f      C-nlrbii-,11 .&|J- the Corniiiltt- eforllie inaD:tScm.-nl tiirrrof i.ivicoujiit" tlief'Ilo�Hig:.lvesoii!lioi!S, of the iirre�aii \ f.,r �h ch tli'Jlr'isle'fty P''t�'"        is really iiilcrcaled ivill First Tliatno Suhicri��'r.. iri)cv of ail) 3ui:>fr)b^r, laobtsdiiiUrd, uuSesi he sati-fy i|>c Com-uiiiirr of his-r their iJeiiiily. SeriiiMly, Tliat til effect thij!, Ihe deeds whiVh have ^)een e�.iiiti-il>lW/. |iri>j)i'ri)i-r*nn�n)r Ihe purp i.sr, r.-m.iin at.M , M'/wofW'^0 I'm J'Mliniall, everyday Imm 1 h ri-ti. mtrn.o!r.f f nf-trtiioon, wbep every Suh.-ujibrr, wlifte sijjnalure shall be fij�(i!iijijt,jjj;illreceivea Ticket of :idiiii!>.4(oii. Vllliiiueh tins sjftnri ra:iy produce its iucoiivenieuce to tauy, Midiiiereis no method to uhii-h'cnnie objecti'o.; may Ojidf iu*-d. Tlie Cinoniillte b-pe yi- Subscribers �ri;iMe, rill itbiilirniadopted with � view only to their intcr.st lidvrt ily.____^ ;r. /.UKK's HCspiiAL f..r OjNTncs:!:^ fiwixwn. for thetleiti nof.aiiAP(JTJIKCAll\ , in Hi. iMMitf Itfr. Johii Meadows deieiBed. Tha prrsou eli-ilie (iirHr office ;HU�i be aninisle Man, constaiUl^ reside in,- and MlsiriiO'�tfi'rbuS'"e�s than that of t.h^e L'nJi'Ii i'- !>' ii""-P^'lyqifjiKCrd to act in Cases of Sn^g^ry," and !>; ahie l" pi u-EwniitiiMte Testiinoiiials,!is k) Chanuler. Sii  to Heir qiihl'riratioi)?. ' Afid in the mean time are dt-iriil iijtfifiy at til. S rirlarvV Oifiie, .No. 23, Q leen -iii-itj Cieipiide, foriiic!Ffi/rilH'riiif   n j.lrid. ,.4    JOI-'.N 'Vl-.lio I l.lt. >e6. iJlnjftoc'etf tn the Etrction jjn'ci.-ely at 'I'welve n'ci. rk.    -'    (i.neral Post-Olfice, Friday, JI�h Aiie. IKOf!. ITillOMAS itlCIIAKiy^ON, a p r^'n,, '.MHploy-tl. ia the Inrnnd Ueparliii::i:t of ihi- OMiic, heiig '"^^�'SUspfCtedof FcIoii\-\Vb��evcr �brfil appreliriid, or iiittp.be apprebcnAf4frwW-be--eut!llPd liia ItiswcnM-Shie Hfilitreil t'omids, to be paid on hisconvictxMi. IfiiiilbaatSI )ears of a^, niir coniplexik-n . round face, nib ll|�hthr�wfl hair, cut short, is s.loiit niadi . alumt 'ive fdfenor eleven inches ill hinpht, and has lo!-! a loofii in Ihe eiilreof iisupiiefja!*, part iif Uhich remains and is quite Usfk. '  ! lleab'Cnndril on the mornirgof llic lO'li, and is supjio-^ed j liUf(1)CtlJ drebsed in a blse coat, .ilrip-d ^el|lw unfit- ! lui,fawRColnuredciolh lireeche*. and �liiie 'inekings.       1 l.fisaSusspt man, and was brought up ;i lifirklay. r. Thrnin Thomas ItichnnUon resitJeil in L. ;it-rtie. t. in Hie ; li'ri.ugh; ill .>.ea-Ci�al lane, Sfnow-hill : and ii. I'i. Ul-l.uie Ullit uudcr desci itH'd lia'tik "Posf Hills 5!i..uM lie .ilVerrd ! |i''l RA.\C1S FREELI.NG, Scretary. \SEFUL Fatnify Arlide.-Stains of red Port J ^iK.Tca, Fruit,aiildew, and every Vegetable Mai-? niKrely removed from Table Linen. Leather Bwuti; I oitons Musliiii, Lace .-uid wiher articles of ^��Mj HUPSO.Vs CirKMICAL nLFACHI.XG M-yiJD; Xalsn reinoves the above stains'from Ladies' Bjif '"juiing the Buff Colour, an.1 lesi.iret all k!?k J *"        '�r''C'n^r whiteness, when dii-coloured r'T'*a'biug,^suie,flrdon){ sea.irovaRes, without .anv iii-r'i]flbti*tcxiure of the cloth. Prepared and s..ld by jlud-W^MOWJhymisty 97, HaviB.nfI?�tr Loud �b; sold also by M�Wail4Edirar(b,66,St. Paid^.CSurch->ard: l)iciy;uid .."iP W Church-Jsird; Ria;e, 65, ChiapsiWej IJacm f'PV-'W.Xkfcrdr.Uert; audtheprincipal Perfumersaiid MMiiweVei^fis thniughflut tlie United Kingdom, in hoMei SOtbTPtJxsuiint tt> �� Order of fbi V^.~ '*'' r-of Gre.-if I'ritain, m.ide in a mS,%'* 5fq"5�. a' Laiiatic, with the ap- IsiofA:,. fulltJ.DftL 511 2P.fi lane, o� 1ces"d*v^, ibt' r.jv^.!;�.4Mno�ii, accjiain FIELD, t CDifliliDiimtiy 4dmv;i'urciBent, 16A. ''1�h/K/W^?^'^�*^^^ �;dled Warnb.ll, sittrnfe ^^SiJ^iitl^^^^^     �he Parish of Aldeo- dranu in One only .5,r^) t^KW: ^ I'urchaser of a Sii�Je Ticket will ga-n Brnitt'TSJSf^'l^ a Prize of "'�brstone NnmhPr-a 1 4.j.Ci)U ::..�f �iff 5,000 vv r2,O0O,. 8.. i.^,,.*f....... ^1,000 i*.-...,r.^........   JUO- Ac.' Goodliick, ,   .     ------.who shared 2,-  W.l-y?, and- 16,031, 2L'*�Wrtrti Sf, ^.''?ni�-Cro.s. London, w h, airi 7,530. J0.g00/. ^"feevareaUo- thai eW told in Shares Two Prizes of .......   *i5 0|Sr�een(b..>., 19 0 MOiNF-Y.-A Gentlitiun has Thirty Thousaiid I'nliiid:) l� lay out in the purch,a5eof Aiinu:tie�, from \fiOl. to IO,iJiiO'. on re;U or appr/ive.1 per-onal *ecuril., re-deeiiiati'i^ ;il t'le option of toe nurrower, and for which a lib'-ral price Mill be ;;iveii-Lctleis (poM ptild) addressed to Alc5.-;i>. Unit and to. >o.'JJ, (1 irge^rTsireel, Piccadilly, u ill niecl  uiial security of Viibieinen or Ijiriic? of distinction. Mr. B;he^!e.ivefurlli> rfo ;iild. that he does not discount IMI,. or advance anv sum le-silian 2i),W. Letters (p'i't p-iid), will meet iiumediatc u.ll>'nt:o_ii; or |>en>onal applidtions made betueen t4te h.mrn of I I'cven and One on VJr.DdjyB, \Vetlne-day� and FrHajs oiil>, at ii iker's ColTce-lHTOsej 'Ch.aiige i.Hey, London. PL'flsUANT to an Order of tht* Lord High Cliaiicellor of Great Krit.iin, made in the matter ef Fiii'tla Moxbrav, \Vi3ow,a l.nnntie, the CreditnCJ anl Le-pateet of (icofiCL CuuiKsm n k, luie of nreek-slreet, Soho, ill the Pari'h of St. y\iiu, Wesliniii^ier, Ksij. deceased, w ho died in or abiiiit th.; Mar I7i).'!,ar.- ( iiiliwiili tn rnoie i:i and prove their Dibts, ar.il iMaim llii.-ir.Le^atifS brfure CuAS. '��u ler q. deceased, who di.d on the (Sth iluv o( June, ISO^, are fnrlhwith ti come in .TntI prove their delit.^. and cl lini tin ir le);acie.-> before Cliarle^ Thiini>oa, l-.sq. one of ili^ M.iste'.'- of ilic said Court at his Cli.T.|lil'Cr5, ill Sinilhaiupl'iii MiLlilini;-:, Chanrrry Lane, London, or ill default thereof, they will be excluded the benefit of the raid Order. iipslJO^___T-nOM A S. S1 -.RM ().V. f;ra>'i-Inn. KVMOUTIL-Whert-as by an Order niadt; ill the High (.diirt nf Clfincery. on the 'JSd day of June IF.)!', in a ranse " I'nlteitey v. Jones and other.-," it WHsniiiong other things ordered, that ahreakwal("r of Ihe frm and diniensiniis ^lated in Ihe Master'^ Report therein mentioned, and accon'iii:; to S .' ' .-Cf led I near the I.-planade at WeyinMiithl under Ine direction of the said .Mast' r, an I under a contract in wiiiin;:, to he niaile w ilh .1 pmper per-on or persons for prrfonniiig such work ai the sa'd Mater nli.ill direct a'ld ajpiimve. .Any persi.ii or p.'r-niii willing i buiid-urh Bre.ik-" ater nnd. .A|T n mid S.ction. are desired to send in their ;>itf:t|ISt !�.-'^r iii^ ai>-nr-bt^ore ttte- 1-f d.iv?"f^^)ieinti'-r next, t-i the--aiii V.r. Allen, of Wey-irrfit 1 af iresaid, at wln.sc nlBce the Plan and Sections may be .-een, []^ARM to JjKT ii' F'Uireen Vtars, with pos-se.-sinn at IMichaelniis nexi.-.A FARM, 30 miles South .'t L 'luloii, inar two Market 'i'mMi , rensi-linj; nf upward-of aeies, nf wliieli .'S are hed^'er r.ii\ and coppice wood, aii.l ,'iH nie:iili)\v ami pa-lure; ihe rein limter aiahle. The soil a rlaye> reten'i>e nam, sub-nil tl ly ; ihe tithe is taken ill kind nr bv ci>. ipositnin ; poor rales, about 3s. in Ihe |uniid ; Hie rent almut "J.T .'. per annum, ll is lielirved it tv.mid ->ell '=ui! the cnnvirtihle husbandry, A good Tenant ..f rial rap'ilhi, � imiKI be per" illed lo pi'iush up part of tlie nie-'dow ami pisturc-t or lurllier (;arlicu;ars app! v, pnsl-paiil. to Mr. j'aiuc, at .Mes.ri. CJr.iy and Son, iiuuksellers, l>.rr;,d:!fe'.______ This day is published, in I *ol. Svr�. price IBs. 6d. bds. AOY JANHGRi':V: a Tale, in two Books; a Gentle .A.^er.ilivc prepared for the Reviewers: and Mi.�ceIl:iiico,.sPoems, in l-.ngiishand Latjn.-By FRANCFS 1H)UGS0.V, A. M. Fellow of Kings Coll.g.-, Cambridge, Author of Traiislallou of the Satires of Juvenal. LniKluu : Printed for John Mackinlay, in the ."^frand. Of whom may be had, iiT one volume' royal quarto, pi^ice 11. ill boards, -Vir. Hocfgsou's TrauahUioii of the Satires of J B venal. ONEY__\Utta. LUCAS and C to t'amactefery.D geciali -u W^fo ta* (rrai��t piiDCtsatity asd dT^jatch, apd ntt on-v t�b<� anjot-(liab t bat rxira-rit}ant acdciloaioiiat* rfe*nii:!�and charges (hat a' c n'oallvmadtanif^jacted u iboA-t ociotiati. ns �i!| h< sv'id'd lik-tbo-etbat appW to Mauii. LJcaS and Co at �No. IS, Jcrm^o 8tie�t. Si. 3aaM�'�-�qj�ar�, ekfcer pers ii-a!Iy or b} UU�r, pott piLd. N; H. Tr* y�an paiciiaie will tt'enW i��lUecar�d Annuititi.__^___ rftHE rVal JAPAN~BLACKIiVGj giade l.y A UA Yand MARTIN.-Tliis invaluable Composition, wifh half the usual labouc, i�r-nitin, C'lilbrll :tnd .Martin, li. Lee, Lark>r.g!�u .n.ii Co i'. and W ,Wypue; 11. D >'.m .nds, V ero.ir, liood, an.i Sharjie, J. Iluttrf'worth, J. iiai ^. Arch, Cadill and Davies, .S. Bafi-ler, J. iMuvtman, tiluck,. Parry and KinpHury, J. Harding, Krodie and Co. Salisbury ; a�id \\ ilsoo ami ."^imi, Ymli. *� .A few cijpics arc |iriutcd olf on roj.il paper, with proof impressions of Ihe Plates, price U. Ja^. each part. THis day is iiabli.-hed. price 3:i. VK\ON*l, vr Ihe NOViCli -f SI". MARK'S; a  Dratii.'L, in Three Acts, as peifiirnied at the late Theatre Roval, Urury-lanc-M. G. LKVMS. Printed for Lniigmiui, Hurat, Rtes, and Orine, Paternostcr-row.   Of whom may.be had, bv [be same Author. 1. A Monody on tfit Death of^Sir John Moore, price Is. GiL 2. Itoinantic Tales, in 4 vols. Igm'o. price it. J�. Iioar.t-. 3. PasUe Spectre, a Drama, in Five Act.-, price tis. C,d. Al efornrnig al the Theatre fCojalHay-market, witn unboaiided applause, price ^s.6d. Thisday is ptiblisbed, in J2ino. illu'tr.ited wilii eiglit Lii-_ , graviiigs, price 78. td. board-, rpiIE  .HISTORY and  ANTIQUITIE.S  of A STRATFORD upon AVON : cnmprisinga Descrip-tloii of the Cidlegiale Cimrch, the Life of Shakespeare, and cop'ii;* of seweral documents relative to him .to.! Ins (aniilv, iiever.betore. printed; witn a biographical sketch of nther eminent rharac/ors, natives of, or >. ho have reside.l iii Sir. t-fiinl.. To which isaided. a particiiliratcoiiiit of the J.ilii-lee celebrated.il ."^Iralford in iiouour uf our iuiniurial Bard.- B. R, B. Whelcr. i-rinled for-Longm.in, Jluriit, Ree�. and Ornie, I'aternos-ter-row ; J. Wad, Stiallord npou Avon ; aud \S ilks and (.'o. Birmiiighiim. Ih tbe course pf rtie present m'enth of Aii^nsl will be pub-lisVied in j-voU. 8vo.' uitli.iu .'^llas of the lioads of Spain, and other Maps of ilie Country, &c. AVlliVV Oi-' vSFAIiV ; cotiiprising a De.'icrip-live Itinerary, nr Tnpographuol Ueiio-utimi of each Province, and a general statislit 'I .Arcnunl of llie (.'oiiiilrv ; iiirludiii^ its Population, Agrieulture. Maiiufacliiret, l.'inii-inerce, ruid Fiuaucea; its Goverumtnt, Civil, r.iel l.celi sr.is tic.il l-.-tablishnicnts; the State nf the Arts, Sctei.cea, nml l.i(er:ituiv; its Manners, Cusloius, .Nalui.il Hi-lon, .V. - By ALI.aA.NUER UK LABOKDE. i raiislatcd/rm., lue i- rench. Printed for I.ong-TOin. Ilnr-{, Rris, .nml Orine, Pateiiiiii (er Row ; aud R. 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Tit-price. lo Subscribers, Tlirec Guineas; and to >ioii-Sub-acriliers. Three Guineas and a Half. .\ lev* copies will be printed on fine royal paper, price Five Guineas. ll is surprising (hat a Work so v�ry curious and interesting, and ot such acknowledged authority as I'niiees v\ nr-(iiiesof D*von. should have been all.iwed t.i reuiain mil nf print forso m'liiv years. Copies .are nmv bec.>nieie> exreed-iiigly scarce lhal they are n.it l� In- purchisid uider from Ten t.i Twenty Guine.-is. ll U tUereinre cnneeived t.'iat a new liilition, ;iCCotiip.iiir.d with .\ nles o|' | A ,)laii.ii i-n and additina.il informatnm, respeclibg the families nienliom-.l i.i the Work, an Index, ( Wiiich is a desideratum in Hit nriiiiial) and a Sketch'of the Life uf iiic Author, cannni t.ut lie at-Ceplalite to the Public. S. B There are upwards nf five hunifri-.l cnpit-s already fuhscTibed lpr� aud us the Work will be puini-lied iii Oeto-lolicr, all peiionS di-yinnis of suliseriliiiij;. are requeslrcl to trammil their naiues to (he Pnblislicr- b-.-lire ihe Jl-l nf .^u-gust, when tUe-Subscriplions will be fiiiariv elo-ed. Irr.l few days will be published, in one ynl. -v n. NKW THEOaYOKTHK KORMATfO.V OF V BINS; with its Ayplic.iliou Ui ihe A.'i ..r WORK-IX� MI.NliS. By .{BRAAt (.'(LOB VM.KM.R, Counsellor of the idiiies of Saxoni, Profe-s.irof ft.i.i.'ialogy and of the Art of Working Mines aJ Fre\berg, itc. Tran-sl&ied frninlhe German. To which i.ad'iud. an Appendix, coiitaining Niiten illbsiiative of-.he Sulij."!:!; h\ CH ARLES ANDliRSO.N, M. D. Fellow uf H'e finy.il Cnllese of .'iffigenna; Mcmberof ihe Chiruigicrd Sociciy, of :Tje \\ iroe-nul .Natural History Society, &c. �    ~-Jain claruni manf fi'prstras futrat, ef aagilrslas exieuda lumine rimas. At;i.. Pe�s. Fi./Ccci SiT. F.diiiburgb: Printed for Archibald infiitable and Co. F,diiiburgh f and Con-table, Hum i,-'-,-- ia writing (s-nad an )'� an t Inf. ;'.r Jil'.'I, E IR'.V U R I'L> aid FIFTr TONS of (> -. i'N! 1M.. v)Sr Hl'\;.>Kl.L) and TWENTY TO.VS of ItJ i; M.( t;..ud FIi- I'Y TONS of COCO \ : to Ac eU.tiveied at l.'if i-'tnU aud in l/ic propar- Oaimeal. Tint, 'f jb;:?cn. I'o.is. CiJct>a, Ton-. Ptirtirnouth        J -'0                   .j ' - Plyianoth h.) 4 J - De'ptford I'l* ' ' .50 .�ijd r. � 50 The Oatmeal and I'obacco to be .-r-d ere /irlj in sir irec/;., and tin: rm.u ning Aal! in I'i.v i . t':< afli:n:-iTrl^: nU.I trie Cocnfli'n one ninrlh : a^ii to he paid fur 6.' iiilh vay.l^\- The Cundiiiuni �J Hit f'oi.'i , itred lo lltr llorrd bcl'cre One u'Cluck un the jaid Fridaf, the ij.'/i inticht, nor unlers Ihe I', rsan afio muhea t!ie 7'eiidei, or some Periion un hu bdiulf, altenria, to antictr when Ct.lled /or. VICTUALLI.VG OFFICI-:, July 11, 1809. fT|"^HE CoiniUiSfioncrs for l-'ictiHilLing His Ma~ JL je-ilys Savy do hereby give SuHre. that on Friday, the Ut uf September, ncxi, limy aiU r rendu to recavo Teit-itrr:, i I tciilins (sealed up)/:n-i Irci- for sarh quantities of PKliVIE IRISH BEEFa d POIIK.. to he car,d tn the en-suiug Seusou, (is Ihc rcsptilire ,Vt. i/nin.'s and OenUrs fierein may thin': j/ruprr Co offer ; one third pitil Ihti  if la be packed in hat/ punc.hrom., one Ihiril pait iu tierces, and one third purl in barrels; to le dd'vretl into His itojcstyi yictual-ling Stores at l.)eptfiri!, P"rtsin'iu"i, i'.vni.iuth, and Cotli; and iii'o the Army yirlu-Vn^ S'vrc< ni .St., Catberice's,'' n regular jiroportiuns �fmck liti'rip.iun iifcnsk\ bylhtperiod Oi'.efouitt) pari lit the �hnl;-bv tlie -'8ih February) One fourth pari more In the !5th ,\pfil    .......,f One fourth part more by ihe 3i  nl Un^':)!, -ir thai ibal not hs ili-i-vrr-d -o 'he. lloi.rU b:-'i'' One o'cluck oa the saiJ J.i e/'September nex?, n.ir i.ii'cj> the person ,te/io mnkrt thi IcJiiUr, I'C swHii peniiii on /nv beliuij', attends, to ansteer ^fifti rfilled f'tr. I'l-.;.- d:i% IS puhll-lierf.. i" linm. iri.eS-". dd. liound. Ai\ AlilUUGAHUXT of U.M VERSAL lilS-TOivY, ailapte.l in tlie u-e nf I-amilies ainl .'^chnnl- beini: 'Jivided into [:.>ni.ii::.e.i;en|;iiei1 fnreacli da\"s le.nriiii!^ ; to which are aiii.eied a;]ir(ipnale  (r,.el' r -H\ llie Cev. )i. J. K,N.\1'I'. . Sold liy l.ii.i;'.! a':, Hu'->, l.'.e-, Qrinc-, P;:?er.nn'te- Muv ;   C, L. .^a 1 1-1 .". ;   .1. il.irris,        Pcul s CJinr.-!i-v aid ; a.iii ! ).v.i liei a.'I 11.-. rie \. ' ir.ieerlnn cii-street. I^DIICS ami (."cniv^i.-u leitjni; fown, or in-^ lei.Mting tn vi-i! VSalf-ii'ie 1^!.t!-.-s, should unt negiect luivii .villi 1111 ai '.l.e UC-'">I A 'v-' O! I., .> U ptevenls tbe i�e-inr,.| .'-lie. i-the cli.ni!;  of .-lir -r   fjuiiiig of, hut c.-ii-gi'ac r.u;:i.iii liU, it is a sure preveniive.-.\ Geoliftnep should gel iniiUnpp-y it i� tf*:�M�keraafter shatin*.Rsit wilt (Jrcv^nl fhej. t i.i;i .,ta re.idish c.il. ur,n"" al-o i;iey, wliiiii In.! cer.eialU i-tie eaie, oecd-i-iied by lie wetiii); the> nie'v. \, lien b:.,n i.i^f. Th,- |Ij..i1 I'.i '1 Iv. I'lrf I.^'l'Os in'l G'-Btlemcn of .'^^.-hion. u-e lit'."^--'.V Oil..': i;rr..l i :)�� i-i- r ! Ill,- Hair a- privet it Iniiiiii;'. ;;rv^ n i i ri ,:� , ^.i n n. t - the er.iu i:. ; p.i-eventl in fa.l'iu nif. .I'l'l ..I.lie- It i-n tia'd p!.iees, \, me |e!^l r.iols reiiiaiii. Seve. il fl. !i!le'.n.ii (aat \.ere liaM, Irise .le-clarcd, after iisiMi 11  ,-i .n ('11 .i^nl.irls fu -n ni nrh-, tli.* hald place- ll' 1.' ne r,.-u I \ (i.\1. -it w ii h 11 lir \ t r nn-.rtes e>ebro�S!iii I u lii-ki- - .m.l . r-\. ni-I'l � n tunniitr :;reT. Ohscrve iliet.ilu'l- on ll�> --w- i.'.i- w r.i|i|. -r cf .-.k h te.'tile ij -i.;;iei! in IJii Hf. iji'l i ii.k, '� �'.�ih lUi-..-..j :in I ^'ruicc,"any vv imi.iil that -ij;iiii'iii-e are ("ii .1. .- ec^. Price 75. p r '.i idle. ..r o,,e Veil '.-; tiirrta'i; �    .'.ur small, ,tt -^ne ^iiiiieii, nr -i\ .;u" i- . 1' .:!;. ;.i li�e ^e.iin. -. Sold Winil.sa'e .111 i Kei.iiVl'i (i:c Prupr-eii.i. A. Pri-ce, .Nil. V, .l"iiii--irei V, Ovtni.l irp:-t; ami, liv a;.,. 'nitii>eiit, Mr. Smith, IVrtu;i;.r ii lir- ,^lii-iy. iSnw bnid^ir.el} lidodrieand ^nn-. .'. rr'.iii is l.i li'-i Maje-1-. , i .t .lilhirne--iriMi; H'Ug.'J'.i, ( ll "ap-iiir : nil', hs in >-t ,'rr i i,vi: Heriumers nn:\ .MedicHK- \'.-iid-'is I." ''inclm.l. l.-l,;n I, .in-l ^coi-aiid. C'luulry Sliojikei-i.icr..-en i 1 li"ir nr'cr inany U holedale Veu.ier tl'iry d-Mi a .lu m Li),;it.>.i, wiu reiei.e liber.il al-l  vvaiice. ''I'^lli'j fallnwing (Jas.-s will sfitw JIip crtiCiov of i F01 hi;k(.u,'.> .VI':rvoc;i (oienfxL ORoP.'i in.ill .Nervous lii-^r.'eis-, liidi^e.-ti r..psie.-.l- \o3iti:i)? hln-.d Iniiu my stomach in l.irjje i|ri:iii;iii.->; firii>l^ di-tuibed iu iny heod^ fr'mhien.-d at an\ ting, paipi/jt.o.i of the heart, dejerted �piriti, ln.-5 iif llie Miiy. viol. Ill lir.-.ik ii g , e  ; ^very, mo-nietJl wnufd be iiiv Uft, till iny-w-jfe jei.i for your Invaiuable-iiiadicine, a fe� 'b'ofi i, of which j^erfceted acne two years iiKo, wiihont niiy reiiirii nf lite dise^e. to thesur^irize el all niv acqua iila'iee. By publishing this most e\ir,tnrdiiiar*y cure, it mav pr ve ben. hcial to unfortanate nervous patients, kjxl i t w ill He esteemed a fav uu r e-oof.-rr^ o.r. Sir, you* mo -,i CoUnlry ,Mc-nieiite Verniers, In Bo'lf.es, at Us. itftil U. , coujd duicuveMor theieiicf Jiil'd cure a>afJ- and iufa.lib e rruiedy would p'er-form a miil iiMportanf >--rvice. I'i socfctv'. "That dhcffV-erjr has U.1W b-en nia.ic in ths Pafrnt Anlibilioiij Pills of.^he Rev Williaw Baiclay. i-e eiVcnsive sate nf ifli;cb, and th� hifb t.tmiaiijn ih which o giTinscerta.iaBd�p�cJj .elici, aiul ic tnc eiidcouj iie v, iitaSnrd tlrcer. o d Bond rfe, Mr StJSiton,  Leicester sqaare ;   Bar. i, and Co. 150, tord-�tr�el; acd by nil r�ii�tclah.e .coders io toi�n ^"/TCaJitloU--Otwtrve Ihe name �of W-.|i
                            

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