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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                7B TUESDAY SEPTEMBER^ lg09. LLQY-D^ Slst Aogu�>. 1809. Aleetin/cif the SUliSCRIBlillS- I. beH'rtJis^ay; .   . -W^�bi4<-&q:na the Chair; . '"^^'r  -1 and uther Subscribers to "^^oribf Ifce Commiitec of !�i(l.lD^eloa''A[wtu� Vtlie Subscribers to iWbeifth{nstlmt,'iuid%avlj^couside.ed lUc ^Meemgfeel'ivlnimSbeaton them to cnnrinue b?ikDti CoiSolfdatea Anniiifles, lie transferred maiU.'ii^ioaeagiiothe ScbKriherstotliit> idim�e, S^r^Hudbii^ju^lV tbat. betievuleut anil useful lu- iibfiiJiUWeftiiig be giveo to the Chairman ^jbeCluiir..       � . |fr\Smj|^,'and-6tlier$i Sab?eriber<; (o {.'pteasifH^'sattsfdctipDof reaving led lo tfiwPatriotic ^Fiia4�^.tbe ^oiiupeuce-UTaf^m tkcraSelVfelSAiftfJi b\ the ex- ' � npp<�rtd/.|ii�rC ieet)deat.tCtoTt� of v.-Jourdisplaved, K�Vo bgfekd, and by the brave men wiio have �iflH?miB*M tf?CftOils=of our CtfniUry, h.lve secured 'Lje-ttierflBS iflip4l5eaodfeeli.ne, which at a m.Mnent of ..-Mrtlalannfimlucedjall ranks to joifl in the laudable B��iiJB awmJiti the elTorts of our Oeffndt-rs, will be ^jMWi^'^'*''''''""''^>  Utier. may. alike cpnli^enitjMrost,.that ii,iaj�iMKiie.ir tohim while living, vriltVia the went of ii/^sMmSit&ifed cniise.' find Friendi aiid Gdurdiaos �'fj^piii}-       W-ILLtAM BELL, Chairman. -�fA^ritioTicMD:' j.ijr."i: ^    LhOVthfAvisoft'SUt, 18)9. Cbomitlce for tiianaging the Patriotic ^ifu^duKeerealSf-tK^ctiiinin iqyiu^before tb� Pub-i^.^l^aposadd Addi;ess of the Simscifbcrs to Lloyd's, " '"iBusty'at'a General Meeting held there this ^iauanet. but express tbe/r hope, thttit a� the o^tbe'geotiioents.ndf that re^peeta^le Hmly "jyjil, �o the liberality of their example .iijwUbwrd. �. "' ^- ' -' J)y order uftliC'Gnaimittee, '! a J. i^-AVELSfORD, Secretary. -    .  ' . �, � .       �     s. d. lafSetrCwifribijtioiBalreidy advertised. 6513 5 0 '-�berf46;Ll0yd's"(a'nercent, consols)   5000 0 0 JCefepany ofih&J3iit)kof Jinjcluiid 5000 0 0 le.vlVf..   1 I .0" B.JJourdlIloii.,.: 23*0 0 iHnraen, 21 0 0 lyilliara.Wawes.. 1;'5 0 0 ll� 0 0/AnijrewHarrison   5'i 10 0 u     �,      VnliaHiirrison ..  Sa JO 0 ...JOj 0' .0. Jiehj.'tjarrison ..   .'52 10 0 ft,- . ' J.KTbipackmbrton 21 0 0 AOi.Q (^.J,;.W.& J.-Whit- .. 31s 0 0 .more.....,..,-.- '""^ " " ftHrt'itdi 52 10 SmitK iiifd Curries TO CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS -Wanlcd -an ASSfSTANT, pfgenteel addr�s, who has been ac-. customed to the Retail Trade, ami will engage l" take the management of a Business in a large Town uf Fasliionable res'ft for a specific time not exceeding Three Yean.. Sf cu-. rity to a certain amount, and rcFereatens to Ch:iracti'r will be expected-Letters directed A. B. Charing-crOsi Coffee- room, (postvaid) will btxluly atte attended to. ____._________.......     10* 0 .' ^.56'* CJifgetenitd'l'Kat     105 0 fTi:N. lO.lO Ceo.^encSdl        "52 10 t       fi 5 �Wcrfr.Bnice^atldCiB.^O.'i 0 10 0 �Chaiteff Bishop.      . M}5 0 'SO 0 llmidelU Bridge and ______lfniaiBlQ5 0 RiindfelL              103 0 P^bxrio^^ Ate receivrdat thi .Bar of Lloyd's, and "^.ftigkgjralntheUnited Kipgtfgm. : � (M��iNiB^^Hp0Lif6i^;^GlJNG LA. I,l6DflBteMished!hr~oiiE:dfj>thc principjil Cities .tolwdls^osed of.-A-L^y.whalias for uiaHy icteda mosjtrespeclable Serainary, wiihes to re-;lSereroreproposestii'rfeiglipri libern'I'Tvnns, in Sfei'Hrnnaor Persons prnperlj-qyalilied to sbccecd iWluiKto entering into .jiNjEggciaUi.'ii, fhe will C'�n-"aijst Kitisfactorv ItererehceS absiiliiirly neccsHry ; , hiielf aiisweraWe for-th& Respcotaliilily of aiiy one !i,igll^.duet. to her CoinicplionsjfTTLetier* suliSt rihcJ i^i'fj, anil free of^piistage. imi^v '>e adunttscd to tr.NewmaflVyN^- 2i,'SoliOTEquarej which will vie>r.w � ".   !   �   ' ' featijiitJllG ic AL; htSPENSAR v.-hTs ^Mfijthiieu.tlieDBiie of Y6RK,Hresidfn.t, a-nd the "Voiuiiiilleeuf (j(�vernnrs;^�!iiri of Lt-itrim, Right  -Oj.,Iligiit floB., R. B..Sheridan; lion. Col. J. ^^"rgeon,'. Mr. JCreaSi AN, �^er.irfiUeRnyaV College, London.. i'Mi^Sc of Iheithove.&'tablithment will satisfy "t sb^crtor evcrllence of it^ plan; it cmiihlnes Iptacfjceof :ill tlie^eases imprudently con-Hvolinganil unwary,.anil .of their dread lilcim-isfricluri'S, debility, Sc.'^adelicacy and secifcy tBe'wriS liirlierto'udktiufwji.' The claim of this iwlilic cuHfidence, is fodiided on its liein;esta-irohationto .-^ucivty against the fatal delusions * empirical pretenders iriiUiir branch of pr.ictife. winitaidJ patients at his private hnusi-. No 21, ' Vstreet, Bedfnrd-square. from 9 till 12in tke ~j. jiU 9 o'clock at iiight, to wliom letters and HifiattoDS from town and cimutry may be addres-tpbtpiibcluaUyiUBwercd.   iv l^^fiffi^r^RdSAl^liJBi," or the Per-V^*�":'?^^*l>'lc Liquid.-^The i'ropriclor of t*>e a,'OMBcPehitm Vegetable Liquid Rouec, be^s 'ItttjiAirlitentiun: hisittcj)mttnrable tjusnieiip k-^jy^Rfetbte White Jiiiiwi,d,Jixtract, which MffimfWhiYencssls only^ibTiV eqnnlled to the Dd-ftrits inno'bin(;v^faiHs%brivailed in the f-fW ,ijs �uperior eflicQiCy:di^S>'90tr the Grririan Flute or Violin. ' Thii w 0, pursuant to an Order of .hi- high Court of Chancery, made in a Cause the Attnrney General v.-rsus Vigor, before Finnci-i Far.l, Slratford,wine of the Masters of the said Court, at the publfc Sale Rooms, in Southampton Buildings, Chancerylime, LoniloJi, on Tuebilay the 7th day of Nov. iyo9, at two oVl-ick in llie afternoon, precisely;, 10 one. Lo4, a valuable Farm, situate tit IJnnwich anil Weslleton, in the C  Topersons of skill nnd ci|ritnl, these wurks are..an object w-orthj^ofattenlion.-For further, particu'ars, application maybe miule to William Runin^on. E-q. No. l."), ��Jl, Rees, and Orme, P.-iteruos-Jc'r-p>w. �* These Letters contain an account of thc-niiuch nnd netions of theMiritish Army under Sir John Mo*>rc, frimi the day of their departure from Lisbon, to that in which they erhbarked at Corunna. They were written mi tlie spot, mil immed'ately as the events ar-'Se to wliic!'they rel;ite. Tin-y are offered.to the Public, iisasiinplf and .-mlheiilic acro-iiit of the'disitsters ami blasted hopes of one of the finest armies lliat evi-r left llic Hrit-sh shore. This d.-iy is piihlished in-1 vols. I'imo. 2Is. lid-sON SEBASTIAN, or the II.hisc of Bragar. za.   An Historical Romance.- By MISS  AN.V.^ MARIA PORT 1:11: PrintoH for Longman, Hurst. Rees,and Orme, P.iternnslcr Row. Of whom mav be had by iliesame Author, il-^e Hungarian llrnihers, ihS vols. I2mo. 2nd edition, price l:3^.^)l^. MODIRN CHARACTERS, ANECDOTES, f igraving T. Joy, No. 32, Pafernn�ter-row ; sold by Archer, Mabop, Du^dalp, aiuJ C'oUivrt, .l)�b-Irh; Edwards'nnd Savage, Cork; ami J. Bull. >Vafer!".,rH. _, .���--:--'�-��-' 1  -^--:- . OFFICE OK ORDNANCE, Au;. 25. 1?09. rT1HE-Pr�7/i3>fl/ OJiccn of His Maje^(/s Ord. I. nance do hereig^ive Snlic, Ihnl Proposal i^iH lie received at ifitir Ojic-, in Pall Mall, on or he/ore W i:d-j- �(! ly. .. aj be �willing to unii�i>iake the sv/i/.ljv/ Et^RVGK /or (he Ord~ mnrc Horns slnHoned in lltz I .ill.'Kirtg Dirlritt^ viz. � NoRiu.Bni-iAiN -Ncrtivrrn, Yoi-kshire. ErtSTEa.N.-Ex(-!-j3=vp of Wadey. bouTUEfix.-ExcluMV:- of thalhsm. SocTH-WoT.--Includiiig Porismuulh, lile of Wiglif, and Christcburcb.' . -WESTEari-.-Vroolwich, with ils depenlencies, Warlej, and Chatham j For a period of-Sij: Monlhs frrrm the 1st of Octtiber nejcf. The Forage to bv tuniis,')cd in.Il.ition-i, to cons'st a? hereafter may from time to tiive '> - requireU, either of 10 Ibn. of O^ts, 12'lbs. of Hay, and &Vm.   of Oats, 14 lbs. of >lay, arid 8 lbs. of Str.nv ; and -must he delivered at the re=j);'eltyc Stall.ips at llie eipence of theGoa-tractor, who is .ilso. to fuuiish such Hones wit'h Oals at 8 lbs. per Ration, as may be b.lleted within the Uistiict for which he contcacfs. The Pravnsals may be delivered tcpr.ratelif or joinljy for tico ormjre of the Slid Dislric's. and it is expectid !li* i-Mt 1 ,-ifSprt:l-fuUy inform the Public, that Ticteis and Srtarj^s^-aro on Sale in great variety at their Offices, .No. 11; Foul'try ! jNo. 12, Chari.og-crosa; and 31, AldgateiHvh.strt.t-i. The Si-hcrae of this Loitery is cnlirelv new, and lias liilherlo recei^-cd the most unqiialiticd .-ijFprohniioh ; ihe're ,tre' oniy 5,000 Numbers in the l,o!lerv,and.tlic whole will be " DRAWN IS O.N'E DAV. The 20th of rext Month, w hen the I'ollowjng Capital Prizes must be distributed among llie forlnn.-ile Piirchaters, viz. 4 .. i .... ,>.........", . of....   ._.....----�.2�it)00 i.f..of....... ... 12____of.......51 4.v." .of..'.'........=�r.5.flU0 4____of.........;.. 2,C0U BesitLes the in^^rior Priies of ^Jjo, Ac. as usual. This Lottery also presents the oij|>or|..iiity never before offered to ihelj'Public, of gaining thei'mmeme sum ot (JiV.DOQ/. 60.000/. or 40.00../. by the purcli.-ise ;if One .'.Hmher onlv. R.ANI) CITY LOTri-:RV (o he Dr.iii^^n^ __Guildhall.-Certificate. We, whose rj.imes are hereunto subscribed, have carefully snrreyrd find valoed. (hir several Freehold Buildings alloued as Pri-/e.� in Ide Third-City Lottery, and we adjudge the separate value of i--Hh to be as follows. Pnynter, 't'hoiiias S� ilhin, London, August 24, 1S03. D. R. Roper. SCHEME. 1 Prize of ^lj,70J | J Przes of :� 3,000 1 ........... 9,V0.) 1 1 ..........  2,"00 1 ........... 9,mi I 1 ..........  2,700 1........... 6,�00 11 .......... 2,f^0.) 1 ........... 4,100 i 1 ..........  2.3v)0 1 ........... 4.00 I I 1 ..........   1,900   � 1 ...........a,HOo   1 ..........   1,S\)0 1........... :j,5oo 1 .......... 1,10) 3 ........... 3,300   1 .-.........JOO 3 ........... 3,100 Nd FIXED PRIZE. This property Is so rnpidlj' improving that there can he no doubt it will he worla Double its piesfut talue in a very few yenrs. 'i'ickets and Sh.nres are on Sale by Sir J. nrapscnmbe and Co. No. 37, Cprnhill; 11, Holborn; 38, JIaviujirkel-j and iCg, Strand. PRESENT PRICE. Ticket................=�8 15  0 Httlf.........�\ 1? Qnarter........  2  7 Eiglith.......il  4 Sixteenth.,..   0 12 Beir'ae5.fli,ir.fous v, 11! . Lawa an< qo r.t Particular Numbers may be secured, fr going tenant to remove the ApiM-n-lagesofa Thrashing Ma-j. fhine-Revievrof Dr. Robertson's Survey of Invemess-shird -zrof Mr. Secretary Young's Lecture to ibe Board of AgricMl--I iiii�-of a^L'tter toSir John Sinclair, Bart.-Agricultui^il; ! Inteiligenite-Leading Ajrticle-Proceedings of the OalfcBith ' Farming SSifiety. relative to Medels of a Reaping Machine-* ! Scotisb lirtelligence-linglish Intelligence-Notice to Cor- "?ri^^or Archibald Constable, and Co. Edinbnrgli; Constable. Humer, Pa?k, and,Hunter, 18, Ludgatw^slreet, l.ond9iii; ttt whvin Coavaunic8ti0ns for tbe Work may be transmitted. n!,.t-.ve to various ABUSES in ihc A DM l.M STR A-TION of the L.VWS, snbvervsive of ihe Cnii-tituiinn of lai^i.ini'., and at variance wilh tile ruadament.il Prmciple* of'Juilifc-ind Public l.ihirtv. Kv Sir lilrl! \RD PHILLIPS, Knt. One oF Ihc Shrrilis of London and Mid-fUsex. " Ti'.ith nial .;u�!ici- are i:nmnlable ; and ikey � ill gi-lie-rnllv prevail, ainonf r.itional crc-tlnrcs, over the prejudices ol i^n()r.ii:ee, anil the niachiuati�Os of nelf-interesl." Acr. 'flLLOTSON. This .\rfdr-:f In the Livrry of London and to the People T>f l-jigl.iiid, is nut t.:> be c-in-idered us the work of a pro-ft-s^cJ Aiitlior, Lnwyer,, .ir Puhtician, liuta? the jii-oduction of a mo of liniiies.':^ wiio, 111 tlie ilisch.irge of an important public otfire, bi-ei: imjire-sed m ilh the iiercssily of repre-i^enlinc lo lii-s C;  be.-ii aciu:iu-il. and of lauring to^ll'.ei.r n.it;ce certain oh-serv.-iliiiii;, tfir!.:U-il b\ principles of roranion 'erse, which he conceive-" lo be of inijjorlancc lo Ihe cause of rruili, Liberty, and llii.ii.-iiiiu. To be ;iad of all Rooksrllers^_ J{0.\:Ail(; !>F!Uir OF VINKGAU.  (the ji. ()ri;.iiiii Inveniion of Mr, Kerry. ai;d bro-.-.iflit by bis iiiC'cs-: ve imiirove.iieotj.io Ihe lii^i.est -p.-i fee:...:..  t;il i.- all place:- of public rvsort, (as Thealr.--. Cuuii .Mi-.-e,       ) si.-^ il Counter.-ici--^ the bad elieds .-f iitai;-.- :ii:.l is-iii�U!F,. JLt i- .ilso the bc;-l :ii;tidote a.;aiJi-l. the mf.r.i..:. .-.il,:-..! i entaiuiu-. ni-e.-i-.-. there are m.1n^ 'pirriou'- :.i ;i i:''';ii'ir i::i;la:tr.i r, en.h-r same,.and .kiniiiar . ii;. > .1' wli;e!i .ir-,- f;!!.,, -.i: .{�� rrpresentcd as i-i.pr.nv'-.rili, ilie i"iilil-r .ir-ieci:'^lrd .j'jirive, that the names 'III:!;!;.-.: and "iV illi.ini lir::r-., Man^H.-Mer, .i-re en-craMvi .'II .-..i-.i ?l.ii'-.p, I mon'ii'tii in t :e glasi of each liiiUl/'. Tlie .-Xro-.vi'i �(.- ��>|i;ril of \ i:i.;{;ar, ;ii-:re 2s. Pd. (stamp incl'.d.'iJ J i'5'iM V. ji.i>:-,L:; and r.-taj'. i,y Ciiiir) and Bla.w, (;(>c\^pur-,-tr.-i t, ;i!i- � i.ly Ac,i ii, LorJuii aulliorised^by tiic r'ropriet.ir-), wlirre'may bo had, Spor'i^e Doses of Silwi', i.'i.;::.-! .-^ii, (t;.-1.i.I. Sic. Alo ili-nry's Calcined i\!a;;n-.'si:i, i:i ho:;!'-� at'2s. rici. : .'i.-^ti iarjor with glass l"p;ier-. -il      .-ni-.''; i-iei-r nnr.e^ !-..       on ! iie inmps. ^iii i; HOYa L l-A.VJ IIA , and LacJifS -und Gea. 1. of I'..-:,; ic, ijj!' IU"i:ii \ O'.'h, fo- jioistening 't!.e ll.iir u ht-;) iir-.'^-ii-i-, V. iiicli is so rre:ii u noiirisher ti* \ a.ii: .'.-.!�' p'-.-v ^--t ;i li;n:ii;L-ure-, I.) .-.'.l j-crirni:.; promotes � f:e -,-i)-.ith ; r.:r.!'.-' the liMr zto-a l-iirk am! l.ois; prevents : il- laOih.; �/;', .'i-.ii re-li,rri il on bald piae.'^, if the least I roni-r;''*%iii. S.'vei.ii (l.nUcuun liiai were ual.l, Ijave ife-i clar-d.afl�?fiiSi'^-t|ie (iu-riaii Oil ri-f;ii!a: y for -mx momiis, ! til" ti.ild pi ici--tji-eanie i-.i ixl y covereti Hi':r j promolW ! e.ebroM�, u'>ii?l;i-r-~. frei:tli-ii,en (le.ehl iiol lo .imit using it I to tlie-� lii-KiT!-,. fi.T s^h.ivi.ij. ;i>.'ii � ili prevftii tlvcm fu'rn-' ing a r-.-M:^li c il-iir. nr^rr-y,"-; lu'ch i-t.-jo -e^ityrlly the case, I on acc,'iuiit 111 liic e. i-tiuij; they rcreivc'wiieii sliavin;. i L;.dl--i airl (K-ni.i-'aeii who wear falr.^; il nrreill Imd the ' RUS'-i'.-V Ol!. a vribiah'e arlicle to Use when dre.*j;i!g., asJl ' gives il a iiai^Jial s'o=s. I't is jjenerully remarj il person j Far.iL'fal-^e liair, lliat aflerashorl liive wearjng.if becrninps I dry and still', is easily discovered ; by usi.ng the Knssia 0:l it i pri-vent-: its being discovered, as it keeps t!ie Jiair soft, and I  renders il-appearance natural. I The hi^h reputation the Russia Oil h.-u g.ii.ieJi^orpreseti-! inj anri promminc the hair, and tlie f^reut demand for it, has j l.iiely intlneed envi.)iis persons to copy the advertisemeiiJ,iBd i ailverlise arliclcs f.ir a similar purpose-, which have not th^ i effect; il is rt? ommended to observe the labels onihe nutsfde wr.ipper of each bottle is signed inllu'sian ?old ink, " Moch-: rikHf-kyanil l'rince,"a.:y without that signature are conq-i lerleit'. Price 7s. per bntlic, r,r one bnttlelfconfaining foursmaH, at one guinea, or six guinea biHtlo* at hve pounds. '     Sold Wliolesa'e .and Retail by the Proprietor, A. Priope, : No. y, Johii-'ireet, Oxford-ttreet; and. by appointment, , Mr. Sinitli, I'crfumer to his Majesty,. .New Bond-stwet; H'er.drieand .Sons. Perfumers to her Majestv, Titcbbonte-I street; R'Pg.riO. Clieapside ; and by mosti*iircipal Perfumers I and .Medicine Venders in Engl.ind, Ireland, ;ind Scodaml.' ! Co-jiurv SliopkeepcrsFenrlingtlieirorderJloany W'holesale I Vender ihey deal with io London, will receive liberal al-I I .>w aiiec. ' -        .     , i the rTvTmR. a.\rclaY'S r'.\tent an-riBlLj-' -OUS.'l'lLiLS* ST wM a r�-ra&rk of the celebrated Dr. JBucbjji. Author oflhe DomesLc Medicine, that cnaiplainta of (ko Stomach and Bowels'are till! prevailing lilatady of'tfii Country., which lay the founsation of tlie more forlnidaMe Oisplaintaof Chi ' dy or'tffl. , fortnidaWe i asdfdtcd Diseases; that tbe pertolfi'who could di8co,veir.Bor I the relief :hi4 cote a safe and infallibje r�csedy Woald per-form f. ntoit icnporlaot service to aoiHeV/^ Xh.at discoviery has n'o*'hecn made in the Patent Anfibilioos P^ils of Rev. WilUtin Earcia-j-, t'.e eitaL-nsive ('atcfff �lr.cli,.'aa(l the hieh estioiatioD in which th'ey are'W'fser-cdly Jield,'>ai in nine voluwes, in Jioard*, price 4/. 7s. 6d. thryacfpowerfuUy and s^iecificafly .9C the.Bil�,aad t6ci remove the nnm>rods disorder*' cnna�cted. wi'th it, gi^k Hea^Aches,^ Flat�Uuce, Liter.Co�i'plafcts.Jinnidice, Nir-ciaorderf from Jnf gesti?n, ftc.  Th;y ar? tbe nuMt talub'file y.-tofty M*diCine'hitheTtrforered hi flie PuWc, Md.the PiV9tiri,^tof-i6 sappyled^bv t*o Ker4 r^rtpertSl^ , iffimce orthe trsf characrcrB oftbe Nobnity aqd oUun f ^im�Jl�yliave never Uc^adminisleeed'to anv person w^ediit i-^yiBSt^'^''^^ y""*?        .^iW'the.eni.fotoplelmjja .. Sow VbolesaleJand r.^,aiIf%y-,Mr,;BBUv.^o.t, Cl�e�|�afc i ^'ni retail by Mr. KiWSy; Stafford-street,,O.d Bond-stwiS^i' - * -   Leicesfei�-�qBarev''feacoria!id " Tt� Mr. Stratlon, �fiwdsStrjrt; an* by aH ie^�:li^e,J^ I'^uuirv.   " �,,*..-. ^a�*!^-on the Stamp, whJcJj is �tli�-ed"��^*c ntifcide wrBBn4> ' qCeWJ b^^s.^'J n?t so siamped �e a j!anirerougi.i!i(atfii, { Prite w-.i>d. and Ift. per box, vriUJ ampledirfctiOM. -   

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