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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                4,460 THURSDAY  AUGUST \7. It^.O^. PRICE SLtPENCR-IlALFFENNy. _ June?, 18>f. *�fVE GUINEAS REWARD.-Whfreas, on ,Inv MilvSRtli, 18;�..a.I-e"er was put mlo the Olfici, L-mbard-slrect. Uirccled to Thomas fimstal .-.i <^m2.'a, who havfiiftt already recwved Poujul^thrir Debts. pra.*d noder Raaki-UBt i i.tpman, lies iii ihe Pouiu-T--.- --t-. r - . -otBaokrapt ^rd^gniiBtliim, bearing date in:iv recel/f iJiewsjfciiider of their |-��p<'C- 'pUibEHiCK FirANClS BLUNUELL's Co,d. 1; mi�i''H--^'l'''e Crt'ditBis who have provi-iJ (heir Debts lurf,raCeirami�ii3nCf IJaiikniiit a�aitbt Frederick Francis H'lindel'., t'"'"**"Insurance IJroker, fflat.rottlve n DwUtnd of IhtMid B.-inkruprn Estate,  Br Office, iu l.'uiithall-conrt, Thmg- ?AtMEfe.TOMLt.\SOXS,and THOMSO-X. Soh�ci^o^srorth r tOfTAOK |i1e�a:tntly situa,(ed, coi"it;iiiiiiis !�->. ihao fnur  undiiii, uill be duly attended to. .rflUWBRIDGli WKLLS.-MOUNT PLKA- j JL SANT HOU.SI: llle btreet,-Md rinaiibury, who are ^ .1       .1.---->   Jlt^^^^y^^i^ fcil-C ;-aii Vrii:hnjphnlii; r ^UmRAl.Tl'-Ot'FlCK, Ij ft Ar J. Juhii^on, St Pa'i''- ChMrch-varii. \^"^,'il,liparda/wr lodging; A Preraiiin^ is expeetrtL. A line addressed to R. S. Mr. Paiily'�,,Si)read li,-.igle Tavern, >b�fcrliu!rt-5v-square, with Name ;iiidlteiidpnce, ami a f�r-;|iif'��iihiiitition of his power of rewaTilihg the'Lender by .feote ilian pecuniary rueuiis, niay be bad. - flWCONS'llTUnON^^ Pi.!>VIE\V of ^'rt- ,JL ^urdny hist, cuiiiain; Observati'ms on ftlr. Coebuti.'s !|S4i Leiier 10 the King; HeflecliniW on l!ie Middlesex fllWtil^ af Wednesday, &c. -8:r. and the Pnipricliirs will ajliiliie. (upon every !:iirceedii)g .Saliiid:�> )� lo etpokc ihq lArrous sophistry tliat so constantly ajipears in Cubbeti's -{�flrtcis received by the Publisher, C. Ch!pj;I.-,-()ii, Pall-\Mihi>y the Clerks of the ll.>aU�i at �h/ tOyn-r;*! P.>M-r0|lcc, aiidhv every Vewsmaii in Town at/i Cupnlry.-It is "ll.'ytr^'umher. ai.d^espQ�-frpe._' '        _ &KNTLb\VI KNS' Fasbionahi./TOUPKlilS, a>^A fclaslltrSPItlXfi WTGS,-kOIWNSO.V, Nn.S, id-flrtiitrrei; Pnrtman squarr, havirg iaVfnled a Macliiiie �.�i e-�)Bjlit, nnil cnrrect imiintrufis" of a.Tiure. and in f;irtieulars apply to Air. \^ liilf, "Solicilur, Xo. y, Old s.piarc, L:ncolirs-Iiiii."      _^_ ''1^0 be SOLO, I'arsuaiit to an Order of JL  Lord lliph Chniicellor of Great Uritain; made Matter of Riibcrt Hucks, I'tqnire, a Lairatic, with the ap-proi>ation of KiJvi'ard riinrri^, ivsqulre. one of the iVIiLSters of the High Court nl Ct-.anrery, at the Public Sale Koom, in ^nnth;itiiptcn-li:iil'liiij;5, Chaiirery-laoe, oh TuLSini", 'the 22d of August inst. at 1*2 o'clock at noun, a certain Kli'.t.D, ; failed. lil-.LL Fli^l.l), coiiiainin;; by adim-iisureax-iil, l.iA. ; Jit. 'iP. fiirinerlv pari of the tari'ii, citlled Darnhill, siinnle 1 T'o Ibe Uainlet of Tiifnlialrl street, in the Parish of Aldrn-\ 'haul, in the County of llrrif'ird. Particulars may be had sralis, at the �aid M.-ister'a Chniii-bers, in Southyiiipt'ii-liuiWinps : at theOlBcc of iMr. Aro^ld, CrncSfTird, This day are publijhed, in njie vuljaie, ^�u. pnt.; n. i.i boards, I7IVK F,SSAV.S  art  the PROOJ^ of .\IA.\'? }C   1 U rURF. J-.XISTF.NCF.   To �h ch is prefii.-d,the Second Kdilioii iif Scvci'.lfcii Sermons on ImpnrlunL Subjetta. Ily IMvNDLKBUHV llOUt;iiro>. Printed for .(. Jolinsnn. 5r. rHol's (:iiureh->;ir1. ^      ." . Thjs day are publishedj^price 9s. in board-, JU of AbeTdse'nT on bis ViiidTciition "a^p^mlHve^TWffi" and Order. To which is pre&xed, ^ Pieiiininary lJi1h pr�porii-'n, having laid i;�wtetherapidAdroncfeamo�ie�tensive stork of wonlbn Wd'ts- "d'^S ''"bits St�Mte1w^"**l''^^'^*fi��*t''��^" taste and eleg.ince- �hMgw.;.'*'P�*i regular credit Ig?-A,TBlm|^j;^jj^ otliy 5,000 Numbers. mu, .   : -   SCHEME.; 4.'"Irf"-'....... of..............jC.ao.OfW It � .......,.   2.0(W i:�!. i ..ttfi......... 500 Wke Ad^,^ �f�he'w^*aat^ Lottery IS new. .ind "*^Nrf�"V,i*Kv'^ "'^^^^ purchasing the place may be seen .'t .Mr. Ro'.iert I'aulder's ibookserirr to bis iM.-iJ'-fly.Xew tion oriliisbeautiliil �\ Wftsftreittjly ettet�e4 alith�-Co4rt of France, and �wtd for (be beautiful AntipiimiUe, is eanicstl y re- 8eyawii.r,^SltiB,b^ theaBplicai^tfU AJ4*ca�e,Mrt theGompltexion ii ensential- no^lIeiMlrii^od Son, Ticbbonh�treet'; Sha.W and �atifyife,.6fttJ�^T,m, end 98, Heet-rtfeel; u)iliH:k.(tnrtA:Wlt)ic(i/i'29, Snrand;; Macdt.- 1' IJiiiid '.areet, London, and a long descrlp-ifiil -pi't �ill' be liiuu.l in the Nrival Chronicle for the n:on(/i iifj;>.miar> 180.". T" be viewed only by tickets.to be ohtaiiicd hv applwnc Messrs. Glencrojsand Co. Ptrmouth Dork. Letl.rs !iildres..ed at Ince Castle, near ?lymi)ulb Dock, lo.Mr. Itobcrt fhorp, Surveyor, will be (foly answered. KV.  WxM. JiAKCLAY's   ANIflilMOUS FILLS and .ne ; Robertfon, F.dinbnrgh ; Andetsnn, Aberdeen ; Ar!..eod, Greenock; Vtuwart, Whitehaven; Son'.by and Allen, Ulvcrstone; Carruihers, Lanciiyter; Gore, and Dan-S'H. Liverpool; Brown, \\ ieoH ; Ollivaut, Alancbister ; Alerrideiv, Coventry; tCulf, Cjeltenhara ; Whittifl^c. Glou-ce^ler; Stevens, j�n. 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PaalV rtreepgra*ed in the stamps; and by their apjijilint. iment hy.-\TanifiI�lh�hv;"BRcon^,45,Bi>d AUrn, 7t), Ucford-clreet; HaffkijR, dBon4-s 's euusions, so many sparks of teniu^ .ire to Be di;C "Vered, that we wish we haa space f�f qu"tat on."-Luropean .Magazine f.jr June, I809> Piihlishrd by \'eriior, i I nod aoil Sharpc, Booksellers, SI, Poultrv ; and Void by all other fiookscl.ers. Thi;, Jay is published, ue.iily printi-d in aoe largt; Ito. VoL jjaice 1/. 115. t^. boards^ Aecerfi.m of Urd S'trf-ortli.TsT-iBfy JOilN'Pol'CR.' Loiidon: Printed fr.f. Mawmart, 3^, Ponllrys By wham vVill sborilv be published, a new aiw much en-larK-denllionofthe i'RLSliXT STATli OF TUKKJSlf. By Thnnris Thoriiti-n, l.sq. _ CUTHRIL'S GKOfVKAPIIICAL GRA.VIMAR. 7'hi- d.i\ is pulilished, in one very large volume, medium 8va. price" Itis. bouiid^ihe '.rial LditiJu Corrected, anil coiiti* derabl) enlarg iLiof iJ l''orin. 2. On IVagedy, "and ihe Ini.-rest in Tragical Represeiit.diniis. 3. A Defence" of Lcariiins ami Ihe Arts against tome Charges of iloosseau. �). On IJ ^ pocrisy and open Prolligacy, and iSie comparative Infimy and D-.-iiifrit of each, b. Probable .^rsUlllemi in favour of liic I eu-ir.t-r-.t-lity �f the Soul. tr. On tlie iVIachiiiery of the .�\i:ctent Fpic Form. 7.On the Moral Indnence of lliTduy. 8. I'n Sh\:.m and Moral Philosophy, and tlw proper .Manner if I'luloso-uhis'uig in both.  y. On Imitiit^on and I'asliuio, &c. lic. By Gy.OfUJ/i K LR, /". U. S. L;ite_Pro'"es^or of TheplogJ nt'lhe New College, and Prps -d-iit cvf the PhilosophitsTl'-oiJ' Liierary Socieiy .it Manchester ; Author of'a Treatise on the 3plief^ and on VotnK Sections. > !' "' 'i'^ Printed for ^. John-on, St. P.iurV;Church-yTrd.       ^ Just pnblish>>d, in three volumes, price J2s. in lioarc!>, HISTORICAL Dl.M.OCiUKS for YOU.VO PI.RSOXS of BOIJI SLXLS ; parliral.irlv designed for me I'^lder Pupils of .Schools, for the purpose of iniplniij; theiii wilh a t.'iste for History; and cunvi. clng tin m. that ni it-, records my bi- f.if.nd thuraciers of more real heioism, ar.4 .'iiuatioes of greater inteiCst, than are to be hie 1 wild 111 ilie pa^es of r.imaacc and tict:on.- By MARY HA i'b, Author uf lUirry Clinton, a Tale for Youth, Ike. I'rinled for J. John-on, in St. J-'anl's Churchyard ; J. AJaw-ninn. in the PoMltry; and B. Taliail, .New ls..nd sirert. Charailcr ot this \\ ork from the Alonthly Review of April last;- " .ro select from the v;tst m:r5i of Historv such portions as are likely to intere.-.t yonthfni wind:, and 10 answer sum. questions as .toung persons would natnralU a>k 011 bearirij; thein related, is a onunendahle idin ; and fo these oh|,-ili(, which the author has ably accomplished, are also au.led, several very useful philosophicil remarks. The histuriral part is well written, the dialogues are ably snppsrteil, a'd the remnrksare jud:rious. Altogether, theicfore, a valuable ivurk for juvenile uodentaodiog is here produced." 1 his day-are poblL-hed, iu Ho, price 2js. in boaeds, ISSAYS  -on   PKOKtSslONAL   EDL'CA. E riON, in eight Chapt.rs: 1. On ifte Choice of a Profession. '.J. On the Clencal Pnifesalon. 3. Onlhe Military and Naval I'mfes-ipus. 4. On th.- .Medical Profession. 5. On the Kdncalion of a Country O'eiiileman. 6. On the FrofessitJn of the Law. 7. On th� Education of a Stat.-s-man. �. On the Lducatiomff a Prince--Bv it. L. LDGL-WOR'J II, Fsti. F. K. d. ;ind Al. R. i. A., *c. Printed for J, Johns'*!!, St. Paul's Cliurcli-tard ; where maybe ha'l, by the-ame Author and AJiss hdgewoith, I. Practical Kdncation, in !j volumes, 8vo. it.s. VJ. Poetry explained lo Y^ung People, 'is. Ct-l. I Tales of Fiuhionable Life, 3 volumes, ISi. 'i. Moral 1 .-lies, 3 volumes, ir.s, tid. J. I'oiiular tales, 3 volume". Ii. 4. ISeliiiila, 3 volumes, i3j. tjri. 3. Leonora, 2 volumes, Igs. bd. t>. Modern Grisi'lda, 4s. V. Leileri for Literary Ladies, Is. 8. Castle Rackreiii, -U. Lssay on Irish Mulls, .5s. lo. J'he Paienls" A-sis(aa(, cont.iining Stories for Children, SIX viilunies, I'Js. Jl. L-irly Lessens for Children, ten parts, .'is. UlBl.i;.-This day is published, by Robert Srholev, �i t prr-.'.  new letter ca.-t tor the \vi rk, pine, in--diuni bvo. U.-is. lio.-.'rds; rouil 8vii: 1/. itis. boards, a:id in two vols, Imperi.il Hvo. 4L 45. boards, rJl^lIE nOLV hlBLK, for the U-e of Fituilit":, JL   illustrated from the works of the most approved com- ' montatnrs, British and Foreign, viz.-Maid, Boch-irt, Cal-met, Chiirdin, l.�:d ClareuUoo, Dr. Dodd, Dr. Uoddrid^i-, Dr. Hammond, Jlarmer, Henry, Honbigant. Kinj;. I.e t lerc, Lifeke, Lowmaii,Bi.-'hop Lonth, Bishop of Lir.coin, .\'icliav-lis, Bishop Newton, Oilon, Jiisliop Patrick, Poole, B.shop porleus, Waterland, Whitby, De.in W'nodliouse, and\.irious others. The want of a Bible, uniting in iiself aJI the necessary points of clear priniing, fine paprr, extreme ncrur.:c\, .'i convenient and portable form, lo^etlicr wilh a se rrlioii of notes fo family u*e and reference, must have long since been observed. The publishers have spared neither expense nor allenlion to combine these merits, and tliey have no heiitation in s.iy-iiig, that in the completion of the work they have fully :i't-t.iined iheir object, and now, wilh theitreatrsi contidcnte, ofltr it lo the public, ns being what they prnfcrS it. .\\ o, in 3 vols. Simu. price Sa. boar.ls, Ketleclinns on the ^ Woiks of God; by C. C. Sturm, irauslaled from the oti;;inriL-Germ-.n, by the Rev. J)r. Balfour; printed on a beaniilnl pearl letter, for the pocket, and embellished wilh co.p r-piatea by the most euiineoi tngravere, from Tliuiitmi's sigAs. Kirbwood's Improved Method of Teaching Wiiiing, in a progressive Series of Seven Books, rendering thai art much m.d. boards. 1 he Death of iVhcl, with elegant Plates, 12ino. 4s. 6d. b^'.-ird-i. _ Sterne's .Senllmental Journey, 18ino. tv'rth elegant Wood Cut?, :Js bo.irih. i he Leonumy of iliunnn I.'fe, .l^nio. 9d. sewed, (ircg rv's l.ei:,iv> to h s Daughter-, 3im>�, ijd. sevred. The n.jys of William Shakespeare, pnbJshiAg in Numbers, fooiseap Svo. Is. bd. each; deniy-bvo. fe. od. each.- X"-. 1 to IT, :-.realre.idy puiilished. X 14. An Allow aiiee iii.ade to ItookreUersand TcacIJCTsia ptDportion to Ilie tiiiantty of their Order. This (hiy i-i piiMiilied. iie.-.t'.y priatni iat)Kj|a^. n. Sir Wni. temple, Uryden, Jer, Collier, Ltcke, At- iroai va. lerhurv. Poj>e, &c. &c. PriiMcd for F. C. .ind J. liivio.'tnn. No. 62, St. PaoP* ClioTchyard ; soliLalso hy J. Hatcliard,.Nd. ICO, Piccadilly. >. tl. 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Imnd; This day is pHhlished, in four verv largeyulumea in fotio, price in hoards, fourteen guine.-is, rpfI(vG A({DENER'i ani�|: e2 i J. ,�VaU
                            

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