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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1809, London, Middlesex                                fclriCg SI�PENCE.HALFPENNY. (beiftU^m;!! ANTS, JKK WR|T:Kfi i^)(iK>-W'niiKlkiiri^'attraded with loisor" limh Kiii^i��qRii'ttie iij;--d .-iml inrimi Kritiiih PriMim'is of Wur. ilribinlbir d�|>(il� in France. ifcjTOjir. for S'ewr Ciiiitributiniiti tu the Piitriutic I'wf*, liu^ Jbi; aC'CVI^iB^i rt^iicf-tu Uiese meritminus ub- _fN�Vi^u^�'rrfjfltfl'n f rlhn>e iaddMe {lurpnsps l>� imtv �rir4il(*i';�Mdlsi'il'Couirt1iiiliww: br rrrf ivKil at llic Bar nu��4VJ^I!v't:,liu�*�au�ltj M^Uhp lJ.uikers in the Uiiiicd Wftf'tlianVis' of tTib Merfit^lie jivrn u> the romiuii frfiije zrsiliind uiirrmhied afimif'iii Mici wkicli they f WDdHrttMl tlifliMiiin^'i    Ihiii }i^lilVlif>ii. rWljttllwiiiun/'hiii Meriing\ie%hr-nt� H\e Chainnaii, libiMiaiWjttilieiouii condurl in |lie Cli.iir. ri4JA^thnnkn>f fli&'iMiMiiil'^be given t'> Ji>si-|>>> M,-�r-ivJsi^'iHIirrteiifSwd^Biltacioc^ iMiuiiier in wliich be titfjlieipf"�S*4'iS ��.''j''��r tionimiitic. Krt'ilw�^.^rt|iHioiis, tOijeiUer.witii the Subicrijuioiis, ijttifisfdiivlbediiilv Pai-ers. 1" [SiffltAV     KRANtriS HARINC. CliMirman. Tlwtiilhi�l{t{ Sams wer?. iuiuiediiilcly biAi-.ti ilied: �  s. , Fii.^rn�/-Bart.](r) Ml4 Ge.KKe'^Sbe.dd.n V     ^ i.il    i\ t t�;_t____t c. I. .1.. �nl Kuf'lrr      iUJ . J.ff.AiiiJei>on, bit'-'-'^'      105 �Mwtiiic.VUqrM.'l'. U5 mir�iiix/&\ni. 'M Lee Kirhard jic l-.d Jnbii Maii:;b.s J^hie� Mai!):l<'s Kuiieit Afuii^lcs |�Jao�r-aia*lifnzre & .AJex. (Jennie 0 !'Jokn Tuimii 0 105 q l11ii�<.WaiiTs ins'Ti "iWetVHiimhridgc, & .^Hariiell Sliuibrii 'lliortll-'n, �' nriilfiei'K and ("n. lORjivlv.lce & to. (.'.Iinrlrs H-^SMiquct ^ujof.tfiu    105 B I'tfioniiisAV.i �;'U �^(�l*fi �� b'-Mavid'Pike \\ alU �*-<'p'v�ls�HTrd, and Schi-niei sr.a'u. VV einMehlSec"uri  bQUglil and iald by - �'"totiiiliision.-   = '  ' vwiti t>uJ�y 5,000 Nuuibers. ;.'�/ i;;re.-d up-(tv-A^pltr,uli�iii iii:t^ U> tu-iu:ule l>y litr 10n|iporl. IJi'Bt Cbtiiiiai ii-:d emiil JlmSi-s. i^iin rar-'ful Drivers. GiKi^n PIANO fcU)Ur^"f"o      SOLlX, dim .'IS pood a> ueu, in a inaho^iiiy c.i^. with ibe iiddi- , fut^l krv�,-.;|Kd;il''- nnti ra�l�r�. mif^e t>v Rhiadtvood; a ] p�cl>iiij; ca.�ajJd lealhrr riiv. r gi'e? with it.-To be seen at ; Ao.8, tiri-at Smith-�tr biiiiii).li r. j AliGAJN.-Tile AiKenisi-r wisMe.s tn fid a j Persnji who |ia� a few Ihou-iiiils t 'sjiare; he roiild | prn|lU^e a�matter iii liiiii b> wtiTii In- woiiiil mak>- lo.jiil. a '� ymr "11 :10i) il. wiiloiiii iii.i:iiiijlii|i:; �i  ris'^ii>i thecipilnl. ] None hut princ       " ill he lr-;,t.-il with.- Xililrpjri a Imc to , Air. Morri*. nl ttie l,|b(ar> . .\>i. bl, I'liril.iiid-lreet. ' I ILIjA, Hath li")a ii!j bi'il-chamheri', dressii>g-roiiin, diniii^-parl liidv, ample i>lfii-e.-i. > iiil water, eoarh-hiiii�e, slahliiit;. kilclien ianlrii. pi a-nr'-.iifiond, with ear-riagesweep and ijvo suiall in>-.:d'u.- alju'ifbiK. I,'tt>-m of eiiipiir\ addies9>-d paiil), ly liaMkLsaml Co. Reading;, will lie d'il\ aM>>� iral>le I'reiniiien uitli Uiint; Fiimisheil and L'f^riii-hr-il.-I'ain'lie- in w:uit of surli ac-.jepiunr>ilatiiiii to reni  eiidiii2 the p::riirulars (iriheir requ'-vt. flee nt postage, lo J. Haivkes, Iteading, Vim'! Ml*'' I 'tor all�"i'tion. a ILKl'UrATlON NORor MANOIMMK.M KKHIT. hv �(J,-n:leman. Jlrrt-ford-hire or Hedl'onlshire would be preff rri-il. ' Or any (ien-ll'nian or I'artv having a .Mamir, Ilia' >viinlri like a I'arlni'r, Ihe Ailver'tisi-r would he linppv j'.iii.-^ildresi a line to J. II. I*, iiiipliiti'b iirad, AMt'i'ni.iiibur), Which will inrel diriTt �iteii|i.i!i.__ F^UiCNL^til Kl) (JO r I'MiK near 11 a lii.�, to he I.li r, f'>r One (in'nca  ur, kilrhen, an I oiBce!-, rhais'-hiin^e, and eanli-ii: -ilnatii'ii 'rv .tii.I lie ilthv.-Letters mil rceciveil uub's; \>:>H puiil. U J. Uaukrs, f'eadinj(. A~"l6DGING.IK)L'sM': f>.Ue DiM'^sc! of-The Mv-V.**!! of a l:ir:;c ronimo tli4- rei't and tixii- low. in a rlc u� IIOU^K to'be SOLD, quiet >�*tnation, in a ri*ii� #-ic 1 p irl of til'- lovm : ihr I'lirnitnn-, � hir'i it vrrv appro-  priale. ninv he |i:id iit a fair v.iUi if 'ii. anil enlej'd on al Michaelni-i?.- For ciir'N of adihi^s. tTijuire i/f .Mr. lOtxdall, Grocer. l"l-ct street", near Teir|il.- li.ir. F^l'R"VISnr,r)IJOUS.i%-l.K ha UlVr, nearly opiww'le t'se B: cU (i.yi-.iif Keiisineton O.irdens, on Ihir U �briil;Ce Road, o e iiilletVnni J** limn'riiinpike. a HOUSi",. C'/a-'slinc of eiglil roiiin-,Mitli a Ciard-n heiiin.T'and iii front ; *ill b I't till very r./.iMinnble leriiij tr-'iii tnf preaent lime till the lir^t fif Maynexi, or I>n tlieyear.-l-"i>r partieuLiro eii-qniie.-it No. 9i), fliah Ilo'linrn. 17^Uii.xisin-:D~si'()iin.vn villa to be l.irr, for n ic-nn of y. nr^. dili~iitfnllv-iiluate in Berkshire. 'iT miles from foivn, ::iid  ni.>, anil !>r*>'n sei v;iiil'!i' hc\> ; dinirg, drawine, and billiaid iii"ni ; two !;aitji'nr. iiei> a'nl house, fi-h-ponds, lawiiof.lei] .ver-s. ami iiHic'>')f  criplion ; lenl yOO ftu'ii'-a- prr �tniiuni.- \|iplv lo Humne aiiit Co.. Aeent> for >(>lliii,!r aii'l lelliii; I.b.al;�, .No. i, ISiickiiigliuin-ni'ert, .^delphi, {."irtlon. R�5L^??"W'40�pporMu.i�v of naiuii* Ibe imnieuse ^<up>-ri�": arc.>:uinodaiioii tiir j Board and Ap.irtineiK.-i: they are .-iiIim lie.l piivately with.ml i e�ira rhurj^e. Thi; freiich la -S" i^-- alone is spokr-n ,it I breakfa-t .ItdQ dinner. Tho q. drreaseil. (uh - ili'ilal CaliuMn m or about I've inonlh of June, 18 'i), are folliw ilh to en.ne in before JobM.Urd,        oiie of rhe vlnster-^ nf the said C'l-rt, ! at his CbUniberB in Souihamplon Buil'ins*. C�anrrrv-!a e, ! London, and prove t'leir iti-l)t�, or in ileia'tll tlereof tliey wiU. I l.^.�xrlMded faebeiietil ofih^-aid Det r. WKVWOm'H. - Uhi-'r^as l.y~a7il)7Z7 MiTu^ intiir.llij;h Court oi Chaitcry. on the 'i'Jd il,i\ . f June 18dy, m a rausi- " I'lilii-iic, v. Joni"!" and oinii>,'" it wa�'inion;; other llHii;!3  Kejjori tlier In ineoti>nied, and arrnr'in.: to S'cii-n-i niuie In Mr. luoma-.Alion of VVexoioulh, Arelnlert, thrrriii n.-ioinl, ami remain-in;; in the-aid *':i.-ter% Olhrr, loi�rthi-r wiMi an Apn^n llli-re-lo, shoilM lie eiert�-d (near the K planad.' at Wejm-intlii undertlTe direvliun .ifih^-jiid Miisti-r, ami under aVo.tiarl in writii.jj, to be tna le witli a proper per-^m or orr-o'i. lor pertonnin^ 6 end in tlie:r rrop.i: - the t d.iv of Sepli'iiiiier next, to the said Mr. All-ii. of \\e\-nionth aforc.-aid, at whose utlict: the I'Ijii .-uid Sei tions may be seen. SILK STOCKI.Vn^.-Selling on". une-iamMnly neap, at No. .j-', Cheap-i le, an Iniinen-e Sioe* of ail kiluUof llosierv. (;io"eii. I'lann.-I-. Drawer., U-idirs" invi-. ..te uieiit from price nr.-t a k� it. _ _ MKi\ in hitfli life, and ilie I'lifilic In ;;i iio'dl, will lind tiii:> insertion woriliy of iheir nmiee j ii .p a.i a medium, of U'hirti partofilie ir N:il Family a .1 minilier., of Ihe nobililv have, witli -atisf-irtion, ur.iil-il lhein~i-l.'. s i.i �aveal leant 'idpit rem. in fiirni-lo-ui linir laMes n lih � in,-. The.ahilily inthe .Advertiser lo contriliute in inoje ad� ir.-tapes, ari ii;h his h.iml-, which aio pniinptly >o-'l fur the bem tit of tiie r.iptorf. One i iiMili-ed dii/.euof Via de (iiave, at tj.'is. ; lU llhil�. of excelleni Claret, at 7i'. per hhd. or 7;)s. per dozen ; H i d.iz-'n of Cyprns, at .5.1�. ; lO;) itoyen o'" very �u;i'rior liilia Madeira, fit i>0. , !il ."iJs ; b' tile- in-cliurted. wittiouf ten d "/-�� i'l f{"-"tl'in, al Applieaiiuns to be mailetu .Mr. A. I^idd, l'^i^e A^ent, 'M\, Sirnnil. ONDONamrTjIlKJin^j'N.-Tt-e P.ibli. arc respeclfultv inf�>r.iu'd, that Cie CO.NDO.N V,1,\K CO.Xll'WY, -Wl, Strauil. h.ive opened a More, .No. 15, We.I Cliir,;Rri)!hto� i and from ihe^nierest llit-y I'.'ixe iriven a I'ortufuese h-iuse in t'o-ir i'.-ta'''li.-h:ne[il, thev are eiinhlrd t� offr hir S,ile'n quantitv of I'OKT V\ 1 .N \'. ihal h.i- lie, i, Hored ill iif pure state, a cii�toni bill rarely prarii? d in I'm-t'ipilj fnf il i�a well kiHtwn f..rl. IDat i( e�iirieni-e> eoM.i. .d- rable :idiilK.Tatioii there, a* well fern l-.n�:lanil. nri.l that \U "iinpiiveiisheVl (|U-ilitiei^ are ivaiii maile up h\ a rmiimiitii'e of the ino..t Inl^ rior .-pii^if, ;;nd oiher iiijiiri-U". though pa-I.liable, Mi;;redieiit4. The judicious arraiigemeiit'' of this Conipanv are ealeu .-itej to p'oihire il iu >orli a Jr-Nrrat' c ii|:ite. Ih.it.il may be even con-nmeil tr'im the pipe wilti;;r.ri-lical^on lo tlie paia'e ai.d lienelil t.> tie heall'.i ; aid .-vrri eii-de.ivi'ur of thU nature ir'at the roiTim-rcial iiifeicmrs of llii-; coniitrv with others will aliliit) U niade l>y tneni in their iiiiporlalions of all nth- r .-irtiiMef, from �^ all roimctim il'ul it is Ihe "Illy m�lh.-d to easirea repeinlon of tne i�ihiie f i-vour. - For proinpl paxmenl: Port, Int. I" 5i. per d''^' n - Sherry,4frt. to 5i; -"Bueei!a-'. 50�-French I'm I, 5'ti.-Red Maiieir.i, il- - . - C\UMI-, 5ti�-:-Cape Madeira 50a.-Vin .le (;rave. (i.',._Cl.i-ret, fill*.-Ciinstantia. ty-.-^Mii>cidM, ({.is.-Italian I'm cir, .Sb.-^Ditto i^apill iire, y.l-- FieiirU Buiers, (hJ..-I'.rin.lv, Rum, and Hollands.-Bullied I'orier, Bunmi and ^c .loli Ale�. Cvde.r ;inil FViry.__ KaUI:1KUL WO.MK.N.- rhegreaist 111. III. _M h'l 'J{<'^tV v e l-ae-. Seek, and Ai-.nsj.-iJUIVHKirO* 4lO'.SKATi:   HOW 1)1.11 imme-di-iSety remHVilii~tbe.ii, !S an ele^un^.i.uHe, perieeily innocent aud plcu-ant til i-ae. Price Is. ; ortnu in one parcel.  is. �*       . S'dd by the Propri-tor, N'a. it. Rn-^-ell-r. el, Coventi i Gaideii: ~ Duiiuell.   .No.      Cheapyide ;   Baxter.   I d-a-i bitr^s and (i a-Kow ; SpiUlnirx, l.ulilii: I'r'-s.-r, I'.ri'txl ; i (jreicroiis,   l.i�ir,iool :'l.ioilie, Sati-Lury ; V\ood,   liiew>. ' bury i Trevman, i.xel.-f; Walker, �..loi.-r :J.(uU, (biit-u ! ham    Itood.  Siam-ord;   I'alli^ier,   .\l;.r^aie ;   (ir.-gory, 1 Britblou; Bir�eed,.il'iguor; lumld, K.iHi; Swimiev, IJi-mioiJliaiii ; and by all Fuiluniers, Boohael!ei>, and V eiidtra '   fi liie I'niled Kiegloni. AUINK liOTF.f-, al Wdlmtt, n.ar Deal.- JOHN FH ANCIS Ifi^ leave loiniorm Ihe Voliilty and t\le infeii.ir to innr 1. i arcit.u noda-lion, and III point of situiiiinii ha-ii>.t ilH rival n the Uniieil iCiiigdoiP; p.is-ersint siSch |iii-Miri->.que Land and se.t View* as is not to be ei|nalleit.-C' iiinia -diii)r a di.-laiil View of the rrentii Land, from tin J.,-i>iwaid of C^iU-i^ to nearly ns'far as l-.tiipirs, which IS to the westward of Buiili>Kne. the .Norili and South Forelands, KninMTHl'' I'ier, De.il IJowfi-, fiood-xviirSaiid-'. ie. ami ha- (lie pccli.-ir a'lvKi t geof sea bal,hiiis outhe spot, within a few- pares of ti.e lion.e, to niSt every person within toenjovihe heiiefiis arising from the jiahihri-ns guulilies of pure se.-i-wnU r, with the addition nf hot and ^ilower baths, beinp a pmpir di I iid in ;iii entire stork of genuine >pirit.. and W nil's, London Foiii-r. Cyder, I'erry.^e. The beds are of the best, and pnrtirnlarly attended to - The Larder is. cilrulaled to every .taste; aiifl. his coii<'taiit stndx bhallhe to merit the patronnie of the public, which will be ever grati'fully remembered by their Very biiiiible .-er-vaut, JOHN FRANCIS. (^3r \e�t Po-i Chaise, able Horses, and careful liriyers. . �J':l/rL\VilA:\L-To be LKT, and fiiu-nd upnn ini:nediat('|v, all lho.  i� p-rfert repair, and n'wtlv-fltlrd up,ami a considerable p-vrt of which i� entir-*ly new. contains fiMir parlours, five drawing rpoms!. three e\c. lleiit kiichei.s, patent water-closet-, and ottier otffees, with exieij.�ixV csj-"' lai in.!;, and lortv-thnp bed.rooms; beside* whieh there are for t-.H use of Ihe hnardii^-t^ible a Kpari..u he . ------ eoitcein. the comiiip in w ill be remarkably easy.   The hiiu-ie. ; it po � >e� over every luvemion f .i a^milar pur^.o e-. i-ilMhe highest repute, ,-iiid the coinp.in) fre-.tueiitiiij 11 ;ir�- i    Isold at Ibe luireiiiinr j warebou-e , in L"Q b.ft. ./-'. Park of the lirst class inp-h.i of rank ainl n>�prctabilitx. "l strc�t.�'ro#iem>f^�quaie,andd3,Cbeaj�y>ie,'i.r.ce ,. ud.; also MONIlii.    . �^OiiLKMlvX, GlINiTLI'lMKN, clc. ate rc. spetttiiUy inlxjrmed the\ m.iy-T)e supplied willi Aloney lo any AinKniil.oiilerinsetpiario Mortji^', secured ou I'ree-hold. Copyhold, Lea-�-liold Liuiji or lioi,?ee. Money in llie Funds, MarTiiii.e Scitlehieirt-, WhIhv-" .�o�iiture�, Clerjj\. meu.  >i>al Heeuiily nnU. (ieu-tlcmeti writ tiiid every-UlMMal ae.e  riv-ed tu Messrs. \> ills aud Co. No. 19, {ioala-sueel, Be�i�iev-H)uare. . . T. KlG(ih's celehT^'ed MACNWrC RA. ,  ZOilT.XBLRT, anew luvetuion, under the irain.-di-� ate pairoiiaj{e of bis Rojal llighne^ ttie'r ruice of Wales.- 'Miljiuvenlioii an-wrr. Ine c-nubiurd purpoOLTiiKa.N.- I i.-'u-ive of ( h.itham. Sou iM- W E�t.-liidudiiig PoriHuunth, Isle of VVfg\t, ao4 Chri-lrliurcb. �VK5r.;ii.-�.-^YuuIuicb, with its depeodcncies,- VVarleyj aiiil Ciialhaai, y,,,- a fc. ioii of Six ilonthrj'rniti the 1st of t>ci'.ber neit. I he l-firaje lo b.- ruriii>4aed ib flatioii-, i� ronv-i ai bere-aflrr may fioni tunc t.>lij e b  i.-oune i, eilh-r of li}lbs. of O.-il-^, \1 lbs. of H.iy, anil t'l:is. ..f sinw ; or .>f i Wr,. of Ual', I t lb-, of t;iiy. aiKl b il,s. .11 sir.iw ; ;iiiil must be il�-liveieil at llie resp.- C 14:1 fur whieli he cuutiarls. 'Ihe i't'fiosdls ran:) be delioered teparalel^ prjaikl(if fu^   � '  riori of hh* cni'imd mnq iHxmuulalr, making an uf/a<.oiti ir.tul u-i cjis thi. k'nily making if, vr nn -J^-ta/ ia A.'.v l^ih-.tU'., shult ,.llind. By Older u! Ihe Uoaul, _____r. ll; rRF.vy. Sec. AIC\i V Cl>-NTKACtS. CoiiM:r.--ar\-!;enerars Oriie.-. f^reat Geof^e-' sff.el, London, Au;,'. ol lij. laiSJ. NOTfCF, i.i lirrcCjj ^^ivcir tu  all I'er.iuits tit:.' sirinitiifc^i.liinlini; tn luf/i^lj thf J\'ltua:ing .Jrticl!:^, flu- Ihr V.*r uf the ./ ly's Lind Force- ii> Cam�iImeii/9, (,) larier-, and l.'.airat k-, in I le unJenn.iiiio lej Cnnnfi- ^ .'in { . Ul iD I-��.lile/iiei, An; e. a, U.ilfmil, liorH-, Be'rwiek, Brer.iii. B-Ck-. Cnin ri.ifje Canl.s.m, �. .inn .nlien. Cam: r-viin.l 11-�ter.L or w. II, 1 iia U'linj;-cliv ), Cuinio ri;iod, l!e..-hiKi'-, DiTiiy, l^ey.i... 1,1..Hi, l>ijiiu-.(n, J>-e<, Hl:.)i, Oi:}-mor^iin, (.'i.islei, Gi.- r�se- , il.ims, ilrrel'o-d, ilel/'.ird. tiii.l-. Isle of .^i.m islo ol VV14 il. Jei� !> ri.i(i.-ili. VliJdirsrX. .|..iimi mli, y|..i Igo-merj, .Noifoli^. .Nniiliairi'l.-.., .N..riliUinli i^uw', Niiliii(i-haii. Ox onl, l-'mnlir.'kr, ll.-iilior. I'.ui..;ii.l, .Sa.n 1, .-iom r-rei. M iilirii, .'^iiii.,li>, .-jui r-v. .iiiue*.; Vii.r.�ick, iVisn/nf^. laiiH, V\ ill-, V�niccsi.-r. Xnrk. OATS-To ilH M.ije.t\'s I a�alry in C.int'U'.jieiits ar.d ynarleis 111 the muli'Viiii-nltnne.i l.'o.ii.iieS iinl Uta.i.!.�,- .ATi;le-e.i, lie.ll'i'id, f. ;ii, Ueiln, Devm), i>ur. h lu:, l-s-ev, lliiiC, (.1 .ilior.Taii, Cito-U-r. llanU, H.nf'K'J l^rU r'., 1)111.1-, 1-lc if \* ipl.t, Litt.r.isirr, Leict-r-li). Liiu'>.ln. .M.'rton.'ti), V. j.ldlese v, .Vjo.innoiiia, [\luiili;o-. in. r\ , .N-orf.lk. \orl.i..inpl..i', .N iM'iib. rl.iiiil, Noiiiig.sain, t�vi...-il, Pem'ioki-, Kadn.r, lt.t..inil, Sah-p. somersi, Siaiinrd, Su2'r.i~, .S.mvy, W.iirtiin, U c-i.nuicljuJ, Wilt.-j W'ln eslir, \ ..rk. FrfllACI-., viz.-^G..Is, IJay, and .^tr.iw. to ||i< Maji-jlv's Ca^'alry in B .rr.icks in Lie u.jde'iiii^iliiiiied (j unties In !t trrlt Lntaiii-I'lilk , I nrnrtall, Uemi, Uo'^il, l..-Ji'v, li:uil ; the Ule iii'W f^hi 1, Kei.l, l...ii.-..-ler, :Vii.iille-e\, ,Noi-f"U, ,N..|liia>iipl..ii. .\.>tini:;..tin, ./-.\.r;el, Siitfolk, ^.irr.j , S .sse\, \V a wi.k. "iS ills.  > 01 i.. 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