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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 7, 1809, London, Middlesex                                if9 4-478 THtTRSDAY SEPTEMBER 7: I8C9. -i^ iio�fndisp�is�Wvr�t|alr�d "to assemble Jit ^heThraire, � '  X, lloW?Winthe.m.iViiiiig< "�e Uthinst. ^ - *? ".""^^       � JAST^li/ASStNG'I'pN. Pfumptpr. -   .  .     ASTLjiV'S' Wei(imJnsler Btidge, '   inhlllS Evcniiilf, .Friday Stii, ari(l Saturday 9ih i.jl  J.  Septeiiher, TaE SIEGE of F|.USiriN(J; pour-WkiiiiccMrccl Viewjif �be I'lacesof ^mtmrli.-itiuii, �t7ical ^ '    i�..Mi^Toiisof ihett�ndEx|te lttack on riutliipf  &Sai:dL!�d/ Afier*^^^ or, the Frcc- ' " Soiei� IiiBU-i,jun.; Columbine, : ^   , f-. ^i^ liqa^riitiil'uitipii by able Mttsten.    ^ ^ vHra^yPl/.-NqW o^^^^^^     the PANOllAMxX, is*'   JS LElCJiSTKIlrSQllAUt, * nmgoiBcent VIciT of KttAND-'CAlttO-: iTWrlS^ruire exhiWttithc^eelcbraied' VAUXHALU-Uuder the Patronage of hL Royal llishnet* the PBINCE of W^LES-TOMORROW, Sept. 8, will be a GRAND GALA and brilliant display nf FlRU-\VOPK8.-Admrtsiob 33. 6d.- Doors oiion at Seven, and tb� Conixrt begtm at Eight u'Cfurk;-The Public W. rotpectfully qformeii, the Gar-dcns will cloae for. the Se.n�on after the^jrerfnt week'. MliDlCAL SCHOOL of Guy's' Ho6pital.-Tbe AUTU.MNAL COURSE of LECTURES wiH, *tober, viz.- Praclicf ot Mrdiciue,b^v Dr. Babington'and Dr. Curry. Cheiuiitry, by Dr. Uahingtoo, Dr. Marret, uD(^Mr. AlUa. Experiinentat Philosophy, by Mr. Allen. Theory of Mediciue, aiid Materia- Mcdica, by Dr. Carry and Dr. Chalmeley. Mtdnifery,.and Diseases of Women and Children, by Dr. Hai^iiton; . Pli.>svology4 or Laws of the Animal (Economy, by Dr. Haightim. , islructuri!iand Deairs of the Teeth, by Mr. Fox. N.J{. These several Lectures, with tiTcee on AoalQiny, and on the Hi-inciplea and Praci'ce of Surgery, 5j�eu at the Tbc^lte of St, Thomas's Hospital adjoining, are to arranged, Ib^ao'twa'of them interfere iaUuchouraofaltcfaduiicer and ^iMlatri to foW* Compfetij Goutsffbr Medi-' BBS-are Edition was thi$. ^ mar, �rb~ich limteS'' ''iXtUltES.-Dr. Clarke aiid:lMir. Clarke will begin tbtHr r.frAKKRR., PhipHetor.' tORES.-^Dr. Clarke and.Air. Clarke willbegl ^'WbiterOtAfrv of Lectare U ap^ Chiblreo', joii TiMisday, Otrrnbrr 5. *Tte'Lrf*iir� are read errry 'day ;u 'he hame of Mr. .4Cbilte.N��'"10� Upper'John-Hrect, Gol'den-squan-. from a ' iwarter poiftTen o'CJw*. in tbemwrning, till a qu.-irter past 'fewiiiwrtheconitouAceof Studentsai(rndJng.4he-Ho^pi-jab.-For partifulaw, apply t��'l)r. CL-irke, No.'], New 'BurlioKloottreet; ortd Air. Clarke, Ho. \% Upper John-';iKtcl, Galdeibtquate. HfeW MUSIC-HAYDNi Ac-Just published, f'c First  y\    Volttme'rfG. Thoinsim's Selert ColUctinn, of ""'EiX'H AlllSi atlaiaej f..r the Voice ; rn. |f. ricbed by Accompaniment?, and by introductory -'rice of the Volume for the Voice niid Piano Forte,'or ftdttl Harp, one Gtitiiea, to be had of O. Thomson, No. 2, 5,' .last Heridt's-rowi Edinburgh, and T. Preston, 97, Strand, lonion.'        ... iMHhjr printed In "four'Volumes,.and to be had a< above- �' ^It'tt wbtish Songj^ with Symirhonics and.Accomp:iniinents �,^*|�ie8Cb Sing, xltiefiy.'by the same great Compu-er, n'lio Sirite?lhi|scratihatically to Mr. Thomson : �     Ib-rnst Of tbts Work, and by it I fl.iiier myself my name .I'fliBI'liVe in Scotlandibariy years after my death. � .       .    - � . - � " IlAYO\." iBnggs of Kunis.above VM ia mimbrr; as to nlii cli M r. 'i'liom-�/'(Im possesses the following d-rcnment:- � ; *� I do hereby certify tbatall the Smigsjof ray wriiing puli-,:.^brd, and to be pubUshed by iMr. George Thomson, uf Edbifiutgh, ajreso-pubtislied b v my authorily.   And, niore- "'Wr,' that J nerer empowered any other person to publish uy ofJbe Song*, writteu by liie for Uis work, &c. ^^ . �� "' altVntio� of people in ,^0ib)�8,nndalso familiespurchiigitig forlargp or small osia-'T'ilfabments, Ladies or Gentlemen inakIn!; presents, or Mer-^i!;;�hftnts baying for exportatiiHi; will find India Shawls, and ; Coltf and Silver Mii-lins at peculfor'prlces, with A'nibian ^Jtted Silk diuo; and he most re^pgrclfoily begs to biforiiiihe (f Biibility and Gentry,' the itrrangements .r>.aqe for supplying cHie Cit^bHshment'witb ji-bew aird magnificent stock, is of tbe .;,Bi�t extensive drsctfplion^ ami he plAlg^s biirisHf to make jtfieWarelrouseh depot o^ fa.�biunat>le and. family articles, U*at shall iti ^nme degree'merit the,cpntinbnnce; of that high ],; aiiil distiognished^patponnge with' which he bas^ l>ecn ho- t^Akourfd'f and he takes tbe miportouitv Ui inform ih;m, and i^the Purveyors "f Linea to .lloyjij JB^iablishnx-niSr eiUicr in illtUtiruiherc0aiilrie.s-tK:it'Jheytnay have sets of Da!nIl^k Tjlile Ltiico, iD^idie^^b'iHimtMtr and^sizc, with their arms Rthly ornamented,comipletcd id looms purposely made at the i laanftfaclory, in Germany. B. AstheoM.stocki3!>c1fingnflr,nmImany.of the arti-.^csbi near50per.Ccnt. under prime cost'; all goods bought ** he paid for beTure delivered. ^V.fc. lb, Chsaptido, 7th Sept. 1809. > lljn? ^^*rel!pusH�ii: peifcCllv free of access by carriages .i'l't   the commencement of the temporary collonade. l;i|USE of DISTRESS.-A Wiijpw, who ^vas with B large fnraily of CMlilrcn. which she has V^WB'�'d through maoydiificiiilirito mainlaln and place out tilitt!* **Tld,, atid bas'still oiie dauehler upon borihands, to-1?5W*r �itb an nged motfae^ wbo depend:! upon her for sup--isf?^ � O'mpelled by^pfessihgneccstMy,'to make her case �"Ojtothe world, irhapp.ly she mav obiain frum ii be- ''ilijfWiliite of the mcanttif.curving it iiitoeffect-  She there i^i?'*Wll�eaBlstanoeofthe charitable ami Imaiaii.-, who cbanicter an.1 real ca^e, by a .whobave ctntsenti d to le- ^ tblhefortiw..^,_______, ^bellcfactiopsiltbc3ietatf^ viz. McB>rs. Maxwell :uid ^n,Slkinner.j>treei, Snbw-hillj. Mr. J. Pim, G3, 6ar-"BiMW-close; Mr,;BMk.wHb. 4. ilaiwn-ganlen; Mr. T. f^ickrrlon, 14;j^ffi4fe-,lJr-G. Peacock, iG, Skin-"-'f, Bi�hopsgatii�Miri=D..Augers, Piccadilly; ..}r sittet,:Win.tX:  :   \-     . fNIVpRSAL PATIENT SPI NNf NG.-WM. ?;FARMliKY andCX Patentees, Lewis, feel it incum-tjwou Ihcro to acqualtrt their Friends and the Public, to ^igrted. Kingdom of Great Jlrifaln and Ireland^ that "^TeoblaUMHihi5Mi�f�.ty'� R6y.Tl LcHers Patent for It Year�,fora new Method ot Spimiing Common and brrada of Cditoni'Flax; Hemp, Tow, Wonted or ^ SilfcamtTwisiioc of Tbreads, or any tlimg pre-nelo a TtTcad; wbicb'will spiu comiderattly more �coital owuitity bitberto dime by any other System, >�ll^tot Thiaeadwttlinee waste and less Power, at , �, �ibratiqii;ib9Sf and friction, are greatly re-^*5�*Mi*ly w'dtriMBirelf� .lod greatly ia- 4DrB;riUty; nboe wilhbe allaw'id to use avr.bisanyoiDtraent;   ^;po�t>i5d, t�r YfsBr Farmery pteadco to.;' LO^SDON DOCKS, Sept.S, tiStf. ' TO ScATENOERi, Buecze-Dealbrs, &c.-Per-. sons desirous of cleansing the Quays and Ways wilbin the London Dock Wall, may see the Particulars required at tbe Superintcndant's Office.- at the London Docki-,   � Tenders are to be d livered, se.iled up, at the said Office, on or before eleven o'clock of the 18th instant. WANTS a situation asGAitotcNEK, a iparried Man, free from incumhenince. who nnderstandi the, maiiagi meat of pines, peach-huases, vinery,' fiower-hoose,' green-hi Bse nod framing, the maiiageineiil of fruit-trees and kitchi'n-garden, the luiinagemcnt of nursery, the propagating of plantb, who c.-m have an undeniable c'har.-icier from bis last place. No single hamied'place need to apply. Direct to I.. L. No. 6, Piimdise-row, Clapham-road, Surry, will be dnely.iltendert to. ANTED BOAKU aod LOUwlNGifi a Family of respeclnbility (that of ah elderly Clergy, man Jn the country would be preferred;, for a young Lady about twenty-�me years of age, wbo.has lately had the misfortune to lose her mother.-Letters, pust-pnid, directed for A. B. to be left at Mr. Tynda'.e's, Statioucr. Mortimer-street, Cavend'sb-square, deerribinj: particulars of situation, terms, &: e replied to immediately._\_ BRIGHION.-THOS. BUCKWEr^L, NOR. FOLK HOTEL, Bedford-square, Brighton, respectful-1V .acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, his Frienils, aod the'Pi(blic ill General, that be has opened the above Inn, and selected a slock of the choicest W'hies, &c.'&c. .tml trusts, from the aTRuigemenlit hte has mndr, and the superior accnmniodations the Mouse afl'oBis, he shall merit their favour and recommeo-dalious. MO III GAGE.-Wanted at ave per cci�t. THIRTEEN THOUSAND POUNDS, which will be amply secured on a trrehold Ettute.in Ken'.-Or tiie Estate will be Sold, tbePurchaser agreeing to grant totlie present holder, "a Lease, for twenty one years or more at a. rent which will yield four and a half per , Hath; JelTerjs, Salisbury ; Lister, Swai�ea ; Stephenson, B idlington Quay, �tc. ' Aiiil to prevent spurious imitations, each bottle has Mr. Harvey'o sipi&tnrcon tbelabcl. �. Lazeuby a* the same time? hep to recommesid herge-nuine Estence.of Anchovies, wbich, with a variety ot" rich . -Sauces r:iKiPietkat mar b* in wad and dj^iroas of LiTisffii or FrecWotai Coprb^d, aad UaMkoid fi�tatM', on ihewit fair and h^nonrabretefau. And Jf im�t*. iMcai'aad. Co^jilad^ ihtffiwtvM tp^ranwet every-ncgsciolitawttbtka C^teit pa^t��li^ and dfiippteB, and not only 4b�M .aoi**-iliabla b�t aatiy^^t an4 axtorUonata dewinik and chaifw that ai� anBUr Madeaad'azaietid <� qi^y negiitlatlaM wiU NEW EDfTtON OF JJLAIR'S ENGUSH GRAMMAR. nnHESCH0OL�ABTERS and GOVERNES. JL BBS-are�i�wecAOT*^^niftate may be seen; or by letter, addressed to ftlr. R. Tbom.-u, Post Oilice LymingtOH, Hants.______ NhXT MONTH. SWIFT and Co. Joint Contractor? with Gd-_ vcrnmenl fortbe present 8Ty\TE LOrTi-lRY, re:^p ct-futlv inform the Public, that Tickets nod Shares are on tale in great variety at their O.lice^, No. II, Poultry ! ,\o. 12, Charing-cross; and 31, Aldgatc High-street. Tlie Scheme of this Lottery is entirely new, and has hitherto recivcd the most unqiialilicd approbation ; there are only O.OlX) Numbers in the Lottery,and the whole   ill be DRAWN IN ONK DAY, ' TbcSllthof next Month, when ibc foUoniug Capital Prizes must be distributed among the forlun.ite Purchasers, viz. 4 ....'..............*;0T........1.......X.iO.ClUO 8..'"..of.......1,'XO 12____of....... 9tM H.B. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, Aug. 23, 180?^ rilHE Pfincipitl Officers of Hh Majesty's OrtL JL aanos do /leteig'fice Solic, that Proyotah toilt be re-caofd at tbeit Office^ in Pall MaH, on or itsfore Wednesdivy, the 0/September i^ejr^T/ro.ii jracA �Persoits as va9 reilUttg to andcrlake the svpphi of F(Ul.\GK fnr the Ord' icmce Horses slationM in thcjoUoving D'tArteta, viz. NoaTH BaWAis.-Northern) Yorkshire. Eastebs.-Kxoiusiveof Warley. SoHTnii'RS.-Excluiive of Chatham., Soutji-West.-Including Portsmouth, lile of WIgfct, and. ChrislclHirrb.  ' -     ' WusTEaji.-Woolwich, with its dcpendeneies, Warley, and Chatham, 7-'or a period of Sir Montfi* from the lit o/October next. The Forage to 'be furnished in K;ttions� to consist at hereafter may from time Vj time be r.eq^uircd, either of 10lbs, of Oats, 12 lbs. of tlay, .-ind 8fh3. ot Straw ; or of 71bi. of 0.-rt�, 11 lb:, of liiiy. ami 8 l^i'-of Straw ; and most be'delivered at the respe'iti.c Stations at the expeiice of tbe Con-ir.ictof, who is abo to rurnitli sndi,Hnrse� with OatS at 8 lbs. per Jtalion, as uj:.y be b.ileleC within the i)ist.-^ict for which be .contracts. Tht 'eropoials mftg be iklioered separctelj/ orjoinlly far tvut or more of the 3*U(1 iji.sirii j. imiiil U expected iluitthtr Oiiitracior sAaUreaioi ihi Stuite Bang that during the pe- ��^ , .'tpKrlietifnry n'm� 4� tiioton iipan application to the djjiccis conimiiiidiitg l/te/ijgiit ^rlUlrryin ctic/i Uiatiict; and tiho si the Serr^rtur/j. Hjfiee, in PaU Wall aforesnidt gtuj day ittrre'fi t As flours ef t'cn and lour n'ClncIc, loft re till! frojionaU 7�uft be tieUnert//^ sitalcd vp, and endorsed Propoi.ils for the Supply of l-orage;" ,.ut ruf Prupmal con he admittei afUrlhe said 20ilt day of St-\Aem)t'Trn'�^^t Twelve u'Clack at Soontf the same d'-i/, veilhir tciltvny Teniirr 6c nolicvl, unleas tbe Partj/ maliiilg'tc, ur an Agent in hii behalfy shall utlend. By Order of the Board. R: H. CREW. Serrctary, A Thisdav was puhlhhed, in 8vo. price lis. b-arris, DISSERTATION  on the  NUMBERS of MANKIND, iu Aocienf �nd Modern'Times.-�Bj: ROBERT WALL.ACK, U. J). ,Late one of the Ministers of Edinburgh. Second Edition, revised acid corrected by George Wallace, Esq. Advocate. The First Ldition of the above Work was published-in the year 1793, and is often rcf-rred to bv Mr. Bialthua. Edmburgh: Printed fur ArchiSald CQOSIable and Co. Edinburgh; and for Coostable, Hunter, Perk, and Hante^ L'indon._ '_' HUOIBRAS RI-.EOKiVILH. In a few dav3 will be publi.shed, price 4s. In boards, SIR FRAN'riC, fhe aeforffler; or the Ha-monrs of the Cr"wn and Anchor, A Poem. Printed for Stockdale, j.mior, 41, Pali-Mall.-WbefC may be bad, in "i large vol.*. price iLb*. or  rtiuU constitute it ot the highest utility fortbe study of a solfJier. TO PKl.MERS. ^ This day is publisbed, priue      acrompjioi^d by ,a page of � solid 'J'ypc, AN Account of the Meibod of FOUNDING STI-:REOTy HI-;.�it :"3,succe.>-sfully p'l^vtlced by Mr. CIIARLKS BRIGHTLEY of Bungay, Suffolk.-Written, by Himself, Printed tor Richard Piiillips, No. 6, Bridge street, Blaclc- fri irs._     ' ASTHO.N'OMY SlMHLU-'Ifc.'O.-This day u ,iuoii,bed, price 4s. tiJ. illostrated by uumeroos large plates, on aoetr plan, - ^HHE WONDRRS of (he TELESCOPn, or^ popular Kxplanntiot^of the Wonders of the Heavens andlbc various Celestial AJVo^mena, ad.npted to the mean-rsl capacity--By Ihe AOXHOR of the WONDEKS of the AUUROsCOPE. Printed for Richard PhtlUpt^ Laodon ; and to be had of all Booksellers.-Also, The Wonders of tbe Microscope, illtetrative of the Creation, in regard to minute objects; with very large plates, price 3! ry"s Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Two Vols. ilis. HIair'a Grammar cn Natural Philosophy, .33. 6d. 4....of...------,..�.b.m 4..*.of.....2,(XW , Besides the inferior Prizes of =�100, �bQ,- &c. ai usual. This Lottery nlso presents the opportunity never before offered to theiPublic, of gaining the immense sum uf SO.OOOt. eO.obOf. or40,000f. by the purchase of One Number only. flFIHE ROYAL FAMILY, and Ladies aiid Gen-JLtlemen of Fashion, use RUSSIA OIL, for moistening the' Hair wbcnirrejsiiig, which is so great a noorisher to Hair as. to prevent it turning grey to all periods; promotes the growth ; makes tbe hajr grow thick and Inn;; prevents ils'fatlbis off, and restores it on bald places, if the least roots remain. Setreml Gentlemen that were bald, have declared, after dsing the Russian Oil regularly for six months, tbe biilil places became nearly covered ttitb Hair ; promotes eyebrows, whiskers. Gentlemen nugbt not to omit using it to the whiskers after shaving, as It wiU prevent them turning a reddish olour, or grey, which btofi generally tbe case, on account of the wetting they receive when shavin;. Ladies and Gentlemen who wear false Hair will find I])e RUSSIA OIL a valuable article to use when dressing, as k gives' it a natural gloss. It is generally remarked persons wearing false hair, that after a short time'wearing, it becomes dry and stiff, is easily discovered t by asing the Rossfa Oil it prevents its be'tng discovered, as it keeps the hair soft, and renders itsajipeaRmcenaWral. The high reputation the Russia Oil has gained for presitrv-ing and promating the bair, andtbejgreatdeqiAd for it, has lately indnaed envjpns persons to copy the advert isement,apd advertise artidcs (or a similar purpose, wblcb have nui ^e-effect; it Is rdii^mended to observe the labels on tbe outside W�apperdf eat* Witlle is signed inRnsstungold ink," Modi-' iikul�tyandPriuce�" any without that tigoature are coun- ^'i^lce 7s.'per bofHe, or ane'bottlifcontaUiing foa�8nmll> ' S(ane ihli>lied, in Six elegant Vi.Is. royal li'nio. illusiraled with col.iured .Map-^, the Third Edi'ioo, much improved and enlarged, price II. Us. 6(t. in boards, or 1^ 16s. neatly bound, rpHK BRITISH TOURIST'.-J, or TRAVEL. X LER'S COMPANION, through ENGLAND, WALKS, SCOTLA.N'I), and IRIiLANU; and rompre-bending tbe inort celcbnted and most interesting Modern Tours, with several nriginiil ones, coinmnnicited to the liditor.-By WILLIA.M MAYOR, L. L,. U. Rector of Stonesfield, Viearnf Hurley, i4c. &e. Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Uridge street, and sold by all Booksrllers, particularly by those on the great Rouiis, and at the Watering Places.-Of whom may be liatil, The Guide to all the Walerin.? Places, for 1808, price 13s. n boards, or 13s. 6d. boumi in red.'    \ The Picture of i.oujnn, for it^t^^ pricp�5^-boand. The Top'.'graphicil Dictionary of the United Kingdom, vsiih Forty-six newly dravyn Maps, price 2o9. in boards, ar SOs. coloured. The Atlas of ihf United Kingdom, 12s. half b'oand. MOOLR.V IIISIORV. This d.iy 15 piiblisheri, primed in demy 12nio. similar to Mayor's N epos, and Blair's Class-BooK, illustrated by aiaf^e Map, price Cs. bound, and lettered, ODiCRN JILSTOR Y for theUse of Schools; ..TJ. exhibiting a summary View of t^w-^Rise; Progrejs, Revolutions, Decline aiid Fall of the various .Vlodrni Na- � tions in Europe, Asia, Afrira, and America, fnm the Age' 1,-ihd ; Author of the Grar.mar of History; of.tW/ Aicliaelo- . giaGraca, &c. &c. Printitd for Richard Phillips, No, 6, Bridge-stWef, Btie^v friats ^ and to be bad of all B6ok^ellers, w itb the.fu'.l 'alldw-. ante to Schools. Of whom may be had, by the saife Author, 1. Ad Easy Grammar of Universal History,.by means of which that important brancb-6f'KiidvJedge m.-iy fiir the-brst time, be practically taughr in schools. Price3s.'bouni.in green.  2. Ancient History, from the parlie t records of ^ime -to the fall of the Roman empire; on the plan of tbeabove de- c�f�feiia�ea shanid have this remedy as a fapily Medi(lDe<:ld r whenever tbeStnigacb or Cawels of Cbildrdr:a�a^ disordered, which it will always be fouttd^to rdijstte^i. Sold w#otnaIe and Retail, at Cbiog and Botb^i'v'Wi Cbeapside,.iwjdoni und Retail by BMStOboMirr fi�i�at3i. '9i.,va-^.6d. each. ^te^�'   

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