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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 25, 1809, London, Middlesex                                MOmy.kY, SlSPTEj\i�(ER 25   i8C9. PRICE SIXPENCE-HALFPE^N , rASX tOiVoaN: -WAtER works - No. it'tiec^ll kmbj given ibal a. (Jenpriil As:jcm(ily of Die j^r^eooaii.at the City.of London T�verii, Hisliou  i in tliartttfe madeafid prpniaed. e Chair to be taken atibehour of Twrlve |)r'>ri< iv. T. N.PICKKRING; Chief Clerk aud Secretary. ..rK.GIlAMMAR AIA.VlhRj>HiJ^ -.t  tlie FftfiE SCHOOLS of CHfGWKLL, iii (he Couty ex, "Win Ae vacant aa.Micliiirlniiv Oajt next. The __i fwfifife that tiie Majler <1iall be a vraduajte �f one of fffoifenilies, aot under 27 jeafs at uge, weH �kUli-d in 1 Literalnre and not la; the ilal v Ordip. The Jioo^c J one, in perfect rrjualrfand eivable~of accnminodat- k andlheS'tipMd M30(.-|M;rminum. .GrnileiiM''ii nrbo ^J^J^m**^^*^ the:�tlLdaj- 6f EDUCATIOiV-A Clergyman-of (he Ks�ab. lished Churcn.ftud a Gruduiile of the ^iv^ily of Oxford, wboss n-sideuce is niiwl delishltjil �jtaatinii, nwic the Sea, III the We /;-TJi*j^c PoBJic, arerespeetfiflly infnmed, ih�l Parii 1 to II, inclusive, cumurisni|C VoU. 1 and ^uf the : ilc�>-Edition, wrillberendv fur delivervin; the IttOcl.   � AW.-^Wan'64, in a Sulicifor's Oifi�e, a icMvivickL-i: ifisimicAi; sotn kty. ffoWjsnerisaiidPrepalrationof y�mth forthe lri>ther r�b atacthre Hfif.'irtW opoi agaiji for the receiition IrtLS, onMenday, Qctotier^aml �hi tliep�roius wf i*. Arch, and uitaer fPE INSUIIANCK C6ilPANi'-�i-iai;. Llt'lC nnd UKflimiSS, t^�� 'TWO MlbLlONS->Uffice, " --- -tiii,, LddubN.    -  _ �t 4^SUIlANGEy wRich expire 't^tk^ima, ibmiMbe renewed ^iil�J'it'iren Uays ..�^.ttti^,^.. Persons iMUred -with this ()�ic�?, wbwe  llu�lng Advantage!-1 MKnNiHTt prprocariaglobeinHircd. 1000/. sgniu>t nrfiOQfk on | uty.-^ Ekktxe fur PoliciesofJSOiiit and upward-'- aympfit Losses^-UamoRe bv Ligbiiiiiij( ntaite L ABrokeV^pl&LperCent.tw6hipuiii$liisaranci-t, ieiaatron;lD�Hr&bf i^-:lrfit(e|ry. It :cntfr!r)> aeiTj, rand hn hRb~ert<� refthe aonaiiaaaHlleduprnbqtionV' there are doly Nttaben ia-tb�*I�ttfeh-Tiffidib�^bule �mb AT� .. flBlliof Mxt Aloatli. atbca.tbe roHifAtitV qip^t*! Prizet �kai^ribiited uiM^'tlferortuD4(e.i*urcUasen,V{x. ................-.i. .ofii.       i -------e JflljOOtt _i; t.>>�.54XX)I 8.V........Loop �;.,:�>f............ SWJewj      ;of......,t5� Wn the InRrtar Prizes ar'4lOO,ie5a. ftcasasml. HLAtery aliio Jtro^Db the .opportunity norer before li^^Pablk,, oj^pkiidiif^he immeqfe sjuiih of l^,pOU/. t'i4iftK. �1u>1icMBpetetebtt'odnuirBKIs.andJMep Accimntit-^.^ppU lo AtPMr�8c)Uimr',und Mnntriqu, iV, Warourrt-�treet, I'av'endi&h.gtreet, between, the boos of aiije mid len o'clock in the pioroinK- 1: . CilDRCH PREFERMENT , 'i;irAJfTED to Purchase,  PERPETUAL Tf ADVOWSON, or NEXT PRESENTATION tu aCfVlN6','in tlie Counties of WiiU. Gioee�(er, W�ii-esler, or Salop-^Pnrtirulart to heicnttoMr. Tyndall, Solicitor, Lihcoln^s lap Fields. Ltimten. rpHK'ANNrVERSARy MEETING of the JL GENTLEMEN Edncntedatthe FREEGKAAIMAR SGUOOWifl MANCHESTER, wili^ held on Wednesday ttife4tb October, |8j9, at Mr- Vemou's, the Spread Jincie faa,'^ Manchpiiter. Those Oentlenie'i Ihnt perp�ise fa�elurinu the Stewards with 'their company on the occAsion, itre reupentMlu f^ve in ttteir attiiiesto MTtVenion, at the Spread .K^K'*: a'"re�aid, un or before S.-itnritny the 3tltli of Sejrtember.-Uinaei-pu the liihle Ureciidy at Three o'riock JOHN SHARPE.Ew. ? steward. ADAM WHITWDIITH, Esq. rAUK ami SISSON.-rThe Cr�ilitors who have proved t tieir Debts under the ComniiMinu of Bank, awarded aeaiiist Joh!{Si�Mm,n� surviving Partner with ^JSricbase of One Number only. [UNb LOrrFilY.r-{�00,000l. to. be til. ijded"bet�eenthe PiibliciHOne l>a>; ftelsnnd Sliares are on'Sale by EYTON, at his State tj Office, late PMner with. Sir James Uranscomb, No. �nbiU, near theMaiMdii-Hottse-, � li.:,   �     AnIyAOOOtNiJihben. � aud every partitMlar relative to the Lottery, to I [sntis.aMheaborejrLiicky Office^ ||a4lut:LoUery, the eallbiriag Capital Prizes were sold :e5,b^|ton? ----------, :^.5i0P0 1    719......^.500 citi-20,000 ISjia? .1.;..5,000 118,6ao........6J0 i�.80,00U413,004 ..... .S,(;00,119,063........ jOO r... lO.COO _ iriie, No. 3,618, the Grand Prize of 1,000 Tftjkcts, �4tol.'91.76&. �'A R^K^LOm-iRV, on a New aod Improvetl �2*^*5^1v. AShaiala thepre^ truly GRAND ^�R�>cwUiari� srO^OgO^io-Capital abd rlhpcridraii�i�ia|fi t*f Ihe preieiil Lottery ore �Wt��nrerrM�ii�a *ore chance of ail thegrand j^l^u tkewhpl^iU bediawnlnoaedav,�Xh iUUmt^wfeleb daVtbe Immense Stua of *JS?'*�*''**'>S9"��Nmnbert anaalstf, that Ini. iaoiice iweWe CiUAttlNQ CROSS. ��. ^. ��*�tt*entan-(reel, any M/|"� belHerti tlii� hmirs of ten ' o'cluck ip'tlie t'ormuun iin I fou' �'clock in Ihe hfleninnn. {             RiCJlO. nAKI.ICY, Sol ciliirio the Assi^ees. Alnrtin's>lane, Cainn'ii-Hro-t.__ INWA SHAVVi; WAHI'UIOUSK.-T.adits or (Jentlemen desirous of |in|-chaiiog CURIOUS  INDIA I SUAWLS have now an o(ipo'lonjtY of lii^peclin^ (he most ( iljueib^election everbefiireoffered'f''rKile, nt WAITHMAN and EYERINGfON'sSliav>l Musiinnnd l.tQen Warrbnnv, l'�4i'^Fleet-Ureet, corner of New iriilse-i'l'eit, �herc they nui> alM receive (lie full  ui the iuw>t aptiriiyed India desigtuj, which are tu be had at tliL-ixJiow ea(cluaivcly. . T. lUGGfl's celeoratwJ AiAGXETlC RA.  Z0R TABLET, patnwlxed by fcU UoSMlMifl^aeH th�%P(iMe of >Kntc#, luivine become to hittbivTrpmnflon as ^o be caqridered the only inveotlou in the world capable of forming a most sdeniitic an4 acute cdRC to � Razor without the-use of nil orgrfn*e. The Proprietor and Inventor feels itbisduty to rauii'Hithe PuMir iii;it none are genuine but sneba- af6 sold wirUliis tiiEiminre JolinThomar! IligKe,8iid numbered tn red luk. price 6j. ul his Warehouse, a'i, Park-strcctj Gfiwvenor-square ; and 63, Cheapside; also by reftilnrly. app >inted agents in every city and town in tue USited Kiog^om._'_        � rlpO BfU^feDERS and other9.-.To LET for 99 JL yeap in.the heA and pteatan(es( p^t of (hat admired place the'King's Road; Che^en, within Ainile and a half of rhae;Park. Comer and Kuckingfaaai-gaie, (he whole or ' part ofaPIBCEOF GROUND) 400feetkfront, and 130 feet deep. Tlie sitsatiaii i.-^uifrivaned and ibe rtiaiiy and ^reat ndvantag>'twhich thi!> ot posse^sesaver all otfiier grounds in tl\e vicioityof the Merr�ft>ofls. reoiUi- it n mdit desirable ob-ject.tp any person ipclljied to build second or third rule. liPUiH.'S, in a respeciable situation and where they jreideration. COUNTRY HOUSE WanteiJ.-VVsnjIed to rent upon Leiise (no objection to purchase the Piirnitiire} a eomfortable'Honse, (n rootain three or hett bed.roams, with all suitable efficest an escell'ut-kMcben and fruit garden, with from teu lo fifty atret of Laoit- . Apply, ppsi^ iiaidvto Mes>n. Browne and Co. A)rejiis for SWIinj, LettiM, Baying, and Renting Estates, Farmi, and UoltM'S, No. Buckii4:baifa-stn^ A delphi, J^idon. Land Surveyed, and Houses Furnished at twelve months � Cncdit.  .      ,      1 ,   ... BUILDING GROUND with a i�UBLlC HOUSEi blingtMk-To be LET by ibe Worshiprgl Conlpany of .Bireweis, ih tw� ar iwire Lots, for building ^vnte Dwelling Hooses, and a FSH�IMKk-r A PIECE of GROUND, fan froatiiig ibe' Field odioinfng l�Sato's Wells, on whicbjiow stands (be Cl')wo Public iloasr, and part fronting (he New Kivefc. Heltons willing to take (be iainefai^6l.yeari,are desired to deliver propa.-atsat Brewer's Hall, � Addle-^reet, Atdermanb^nr, .tiefore Wednesday the 18tb of Obtober next, t>n wliirb flay n Committee will meet lo lal^e thfc same Into canud(fattoB.-FarfU(ther particulars, appiT between I0.Bnd 9 o'cldkk. to Mr. RqtchinsoB, at tlie Ilill'^ ot Mr. Page, ^'ahrejorf iCIifg's-Fuad, Bedford-row, where plans of the grdaMH and etevation, ivltlt c^'Hioos, maybeceen. , N. B; TBeLaad Tak is Redeemed.   . . ^ ..      .   ,. T) be LGT^Valtiable LIMEWQi^S*^: tu toated ln.an eztewive fertiledtttrici afAcwMtli within three milee of a Mod tea-^rt, and tomectraJvith it bv aMod level road, on ^htth aa.imh i^n.:rbad'nihrh�'ea.'. ____________________      nxt phaeiitly s�rtted aiiei�5f�rt jftthfej^ line at these Works b venrip  isietittn/nmlfiOO hnsbds per day.. Entry inay,b^iUtf.at Ma^omas nexU' tfi pei^Mit of aKill imd.fslpMtiUlftM'eKwf� ^^^fi^tTABerton^'/RalphiAi^iettf'Esqlii^^ . Mr; Grievtr, Civil Epgineer, Ramsay GadoB, Umr^ i by �t(^ df trhaaoue^ will be received. , VltrrUALLlNGOFFlQB, Sept.K, 1809. THE Commissioners for VictuaUmg His Ma-�jestu's Nbvi/l do lierttygtve I\iotice, iAJtt un Friday, Me Stk-fif October nexti they tei� lie rtady to rtcetvc Tenders ii tnUm^ (sealed up) and -treat jur THfl^-E THOUSAND "BOLTS of FLA(iS, for the ose of the Counerage, lo be ttnaweml'le lu S'lmpies to be produced wHA the tendeni to be delivered in ihe space of tat'lde moiUA�, bjfmanHitiif^'proportions, linto /Jis Majestif' UttuatUitg Utore^ul Ueplfurd ; and lo be paid Jur by hiUt payable teith Jnteretl ninety days ajler dale. The Cuuditiuns oj llit CurUruct rnoy be toen at the Secretary tOgite. fiu regard mill be hnd to any Trtiffcr inmhizh Uie Price thai! not Oe interted in teords at length, or that thall not be delivtreit lo *tt� Haiir.J be-prc One -u clock on the faid Frid.iv^the"&/i�/Orlober n.x/, nor uniess the person who muKct (Ac 'iatdeii or arums ;,ei�un on Ait behalf, alleudt, to onuirerVA^rt ratted fur. NAVY OFFICl-,, S.-i.t.S. i�09. fJPHE Vrinapal Ojj^xen and Coinmissioners of 'Jk-   lltt 'Mig-aiy's Huny do  htnby giw n-itiee, that on foandayk the Ulh v/Uctober next, at ant '( taclr, theytctlt rttdjf Unreal-witn lacit i'eisuiuas may be falling lo Co*-trad tof supplying Uit M�iesty's sioeml Jiock i^nrdtwith TRAIN OIU ' A JUittibUtion of the Oil, tcilh a F.-r/n of the Tender may be *i en at Hits OJiee. A� Jiimler Kill be reidved after One o'Ctock on the day of Tnmtj, HOT any nuticeU, uultu the i'aily, or an Agtnt for' him lUlendt. Boery Tender ntuKt-tie accompanied by a Letter addressed to the Maoy Buiird, 'aiui s'gneA by tint) respousihU Fensom, engaging to becouu buuitd icilh the Tefton ttndetiyg, in the Hum �if bWI. for Ifieiiue'ptifitriiiMiu-e of Ihe Con'.rnjt. yj.CX'L/Ai.i.tixu {.Jtrkot,, Sept. ID, iooa. THE Comtfiissioners for f^idualiing his Ma. '�\ jttt^t Maea do lurtby give Notice., that pa Taesday, tha Si October next,.they will be ready to *tceioe T'Aten m wiiUn^, attaled up} and tnat for- ONE UUSDRED CHOUSitNff GAlLOSS of irESTJSDlA tlVH, to be deliveredlo'two months b\ muiithiy pronpriium, duty free,fromWarebotise�inwhiclnhe same shall be bonded, into his Mftjesty's VicluatlliHg Stnft^ at Purlsnioaih, and to f�e paid for by Bills pa) aliie wiUi iiiteretl ninety days after tiate, . Aha CbadiNoMf of the Centract may be seem at the Secre-tanfa Ojpce. if a tender for a lessmlanlittt than Tin Thontand Gallons tembeadmUled. No regard will he had to gnu Tender in which the price akallnolbt inserted in isurdt at If-nglh, or that shall aot be dettoered to ibe Board befnri tine o'Cluck on the soiii Tat*inj, the.SdefCtctober next, nur unkst the fertonuno tkakat the 2'cnijei','ip(! some I'ertou un his bfhalf, atttndi lo anntr taken eaUtdJt>r, .      ,..... tietfert in ltd /tceeicy, by ii:t.cl:t, yfiHiort^nt, inlu. Jiiijes-ly'' ncti(al:inf; Slures tr IJeplfurd ; o�(/ to f-rjiuid fur l>y Hills puyabU, aith interest, uiutly'day uilir da r.. The toniWions of tht, L'omruus, �i.iv be trcu h. ike Secre-Ifiry"* O^ice. r "�>o regard will be hnl lo Hni Tewter in erJirA      )�rii jkaUaolMitt^teted in mordi at ktgTb^ fr tJia> shtll "or It dtlitered to th^  Hourd f-sfnre  un:  o'Clock  on the t.it" Tuesday, /Ae 2C/A instant, nor f-he  Per,,n win tnaktt Cht Tf.nder, or some Person un Uit i/ilialf, iHieniit ti anttearwhen called for. TRAiNSfUIM-Oll'lt,!:,, ^, .6>,y. �-'^ff^/ilE Commissioners for, conducting His Ma- ^jL-'-jesty's :'TrdnSpiirt A'cri) /Oc(oher, 1809, la receive sealed TenJiers, and treat a/l/u such fcrstin^ �> iiiai/ Oe n-il-Ung to coKiriict far VlCTUAI.LI.StJ PRl.SO.SEJl.S uf WARin HEALTH at I'Ll: .'.lOUTiiW"'' mumUtcej-lain, frutti the 1st of l)eccoJt>er uej:l. Ao Tander leiU Ic recttaed after One o'Clock on the day of .Treaty, nor any noticed unkss the Party, et an Agent fur hiiA, personally attend.' EarJi Tnider must be accompanieil by a Letter from iKO rrsp^rtif-If I'criuns en^^nging to beromc btiaud uttk Ihe PersuuirnJeriiig, in the sum o/"2000/. for the dueprrfarmattit uf ihr. Vuntruu. �J-'arther P'articutars may be-knotcn' by applying at t/iii Offirt; or lit Cdpliiin lingers, I'Uniouth. In the P.es3,and^ce^ily will V publislicil, in Svu.liluiirut-ed wiih llales, , T ETtERS concerning the DISEASES oY thd JLi        V R^TH K A.-By  . orice S�. in bpards, ttic iSe'coud Ediliwa imp'rwved and enlarged, of ATREATjiE  on   the   ETViVlOLOfeY  and SJTNTAX i.f the ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By thellev. ALEX.\NDER CilO.MBIE, LI-D-PrInlttI for Joseph Juhn^'on; St. Paul's Olinrch yard. .Where may be. bad, by the same Author, an Es&ay on Phlldsppliirol NwCtetsiiy, in 8�o. price 7s. in bo.irrla._ This day is publiibed, in quartu, price U. Us. 6d. iu boards, illus'lmled with ftilead of S:r Jubo, Moore from a Pawt-ing by Lawrence, a Ma^i of Spain with the Route of ihe Army, a Vie�r�f Coiiiouai and a Plan of the Oat tie.- The Second Edilipo. ANARRATIVE of the CAMPAIGN �>f the Bi^lTilSM-ARSIY in SPAIN, commanded by his EicellencySir John Moore. K. B. &r. &c.; autlieoticalcd bv OatcUl Papers tod t)ri�inal Letter?. �y his Br�>ther, JAMES MOORE, Esq. Printed for J. Jdbiison, St. Paul'a Chnrch->ard._ . This day are published, price 18s. in boards.   . rflWo VOLUiVlES of MiRvfONS.-Uf the JL  Rev. SYDNEY SMITH. A. M. late Fellow ojFNaw. Coll^. Oxford J Rector ("f Fasten, in Yorkshire i PrcaeUer. at the Fnuiidliiig, andnt Betketey and Fitzroy Cha.iels. ^ Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Str.-unl. Of these Sermons,-ten are repabli>.hed, with comirferable alteratiops from the la^ lulitioaof MK Smitli's Sermons % the o'lher forty are entirely new. ^    , ~ ALL IN ONE DAY!       ^    * The �nly Lotterv.tt hejtfntwn-(hi�Y�wr. niCfiARpSON, GOOPLUCR and Co. Corn-hili, *aiUI Charing-Cross, retpMfutly acqui-int the Poblic, that the-whple of ihelfev State fcdiiery wilt be drawnin cbe Day, �Wh ofOctob�r.hext- Tbis Lottery has only SO0i�Nii�ibers (frbfa No. 1 to 5,000 inthaive). Four Tickets of a NotoheR w that th,! Piircbaser ofadii^llcketwiH g^d aPrIze Uf W,o6l)V�hy twu TIckeU oftbiSttae flwnber,APrixe of JKWOW. hy^'ihree TlckjU of the tameAiimber, a Prize of 60,0J^%rfoar Tickeis'of the ^Naaber, aPriaeat8CI,9XKaB4aUMher Pri��M tb<^ iM-eproportip..  ^^^^^^^ ^ 4 .9f............ aT:prhi ^ ^ ^ �foa��attb� AdnU�| ber.atiSto'cjHkh,   . i'^aia-. This day are pAblished, in 2 vols, price 14�. with a P-rtrj t of Ihe Autlnir, FRAGMENTS in PROSIiland VERSE.-Bj MijsRtlZARKTH S.VHTH, tniely deceased. Balh: Printed by R. CriitwcII. and sotd by Cad.-U .and Da�;es, ftrand; and Uatebard, PPccadilly, Loildoii; and 8. Cheyne, F.dinborgb. -      , , The First VoloBig may be had aepamte, prtcc tSj.qd. Th& day tinpibliibed. in ooe Volume, 4to. p.-lue It. fls. iai boards, rikBSERVATIONS ^  ihe HXi�9fR1 ew Edition include^, in ihc first V^olame, Cl^id^^ Essay on the Composition of a Sermnn ; and^afew reaufto� ing Copies of four of the Volumes i>f tUe furner EditipnV contatoing 500Skeletons, may be haft titter togellifr or S^ parate. As above mav also be had, by the-taip'e Author, The Fonnt.lin of I.ivtCi: Waters : n Hermoo, preached before the linivecsilj at Caari/rfdge, oP Supday, May J 4, Jfi09. Price l�.   _ ' ^ .       A SIA TI G A N NtJ ,\ L' R i fi IS r I, li.   �~**~" Thudiy if puhli:>lied, loiictavo, price If. ]i. 4.i b�ards, o 1/. (is. half-bound, volume the I'jghfh, in two I'aris, of TriK ASIAIIC ANNUAL llEU ISTlvH.;. or, a View of the H'slory, Politics, Commerce iim!-Literature, of A�i4. for llieVcaf 1&16. By the lale LA WRKNCi; OUiV O AS C A M     ELL, Esq. Printed for T. Cadell and W, Ihivies. (��'�kseln-r� ta I lie Asiatic Society), in the Stmnd; ;kiiI BkicJt, Pirrv, .inA Kingsbury, (Boot.ellerg lo the-H' uriihle ln<;t Indifc Company), in Leadeuball-slreel.-Of whom may be had, the preceding volumes.  y* The'publication of this Eighth Vp'amc ha? beep no-avoidiibly drlaved.by the long indispo'iiion, and  sequer|t' death,of.the J-.dimr; but such arpiii^emi-nts ba�e lieennwKfe-. forthe future coi-diict of ihisviiUitble work,as will iwarieiltp regular nniiii;i. |ml,lie;ilipej>ial  -f.Hi", with proof i.-npre'!-i�n�. jirfc^       Itjs. . Jl ci>malJi�. f'ortriits of tbelale nV-'iop Pi>ri . rhiiiiun, nui! Sir Jo^Vnla Reynolds, with Uiograptaicul No-n lires. � 'i Thefir=t Nu~i!)r; : cmfiln-n^ thcITreface, an* Porlraij* ofthcMiganil tin fti, nf |-.,-irl S^enee^, AdmuUil-Lord 11 Mid, Ul-Lite-UMiTop l.m. Ill, aiit �ir l.Hcas Pe'pjs, Bart, with Bioanijiliiral .Solire-, .wn- i.oii,:3lr>-il e;irly ip May.- Tne third �iii be pulilUhed very luoii, nu'l it is hoped that a fi-(;illu' ('ii^lt itu�i w iV .Hy ar*" i-nlilis'.ipii, in 8vo. prin-.').. tiil. ii b.>iirrf�, PIIA(;I1CaL t;HSl::RVATIO.VS onSIHIC-TURES "f ihe UIli;Tllil\; with Cases iPu-(r ,tive of the cio)ipa'iili>e Merits nf the ('austic ami o�imii,iiii .Bougie; JliO Itemarks un t'j!.t 1 an i:n|ii,>ved nietbud of trealing T.neii C.ipuis. or Scnld (I'-ad, wiHi nn-nexedCase!'.  ^Vi.v TI^�)M^^ LUXMOOill,, Surgeon Extra-ir.linary to ibe; Prince of Wah-i, Surgeon to . , ; ...IheJ^aste'raDispensary,&c.&r. London: Printed, for S, Highley, No. il, Kleetslreet anJ William Creech, Edinburgh.   Where m.n be had. An-E.wiV, addrfssed lo Medical Sludeut�. o;! the Impirt^ ance and Uiilily �>rthe,Profession, 12m6. price Jt.". M. ; CHlXJ* ^'AT),^T WORM ENZI.S LOZ       ^ WORA^S are the, most frejejnenf sonrces ol? Cj^'Idren's Oi>ra=f=-their fjnujicni'e^crv Parent and Gnardiaii of Cliiidfen s.i�iMlfa, 4,  . .. Cheapside, Loniliio; and Reijiil by mf>^l Coiiofr'y Venders,n RoTeKali'  9d. aivl j�..6d. erach."_^       . � - ^TO.VIACH   CO.VlPivAiNTS;   Wjnd,  Gqiit], �3 Spn. rd Krvdge V Rodney.  11 reStorrs tope to the Stomach, removes the eilVcls of iiuripe or improper Fruit, Spasm, Chulic, >Mi:d,Guur^and IndigestioOvPnd geiuonlly strengthens the Systetn, resisis tlie sUtftcksof those t>iscases.which l4|o Pfteti tejmuitite in siiil^ett disfolation. . it      a. SuUl wholesale and retaft by .Shaw and Edward^, 66,81. Paul'* Cfaurch.yard; Loudon. _. THK REV. MR. BAJtCUAJf S PATJiNT AJU'tBlL^", OUS PILL8. IT ��ilarrmu-k of the celebrated Dr. Biit:bao, Author�f(hedoB'e
                            

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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