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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 28, 1809, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY  SEPTEMBER 2S   :8C9. PRICK SIXPSNCB-bal^PJENNT. Iliei mi ---lKT�l?.S.-ofJJftST IJiDlA STOCK.    , rfirtEATRK KSA!n�G�sii.E�iE�, ;  x ^v^o^r ii^tanmtaacearUl.Bot deprive me o{ ^qar sup> .lanes and Ceotlrturn, JOHN IMUNIJEP. ;, London Hospitat.-Mr. HFAD-and Mr. FRA.Ml�TO.N  will commence Coiiric of Lectures on ANATOMY, PHISIOLOUV, nnilR lOth Number of that tVl.ionable Work  v5|^E'^!Pffi6PRlfiTt)RS OFliAST l.SDIA STOCK. "   *^f|^'ttJli of Mr. Tra�?rs, your Jafc worthy StiSenf, nnd-1 earn^iv soticit tlie hximur of v�irr sup". -                  an^.t))eai:cfB)i�ii �>f m.-iny (i-iwrful '.*rteif' " '    -----�* -       ri-.iiin.i.- iin(lid ntinimoent uf "the ol>jc� of my Mnhnmn. ^ li^^l�*te't�M�iM*^^       the -King's Head ,� brtlif'P""*t. George's tius-pilat.' _ JLf.lAAt   IIOLUIlOOy..- If the above Wil'inm llolbrniik, ton of llic lale Captain Joseph Halbmok, of (he Port of liristol, will apply to Mr. Cohh Taylor, at 5.>. St. iyiirJiael's Hill, liristol^ lie will hear of �ainelhiug t.i li-s advanla.-e. CJ.APliA.VJ,-To be LKJ" f.r 7 ur 14 Vears, a capital FAMILY JiOL'SK, ivith Coach-house, Stah-lins', (Jarilen, Lawns, Plea objects. .    ' �.    S. Sub-cripfions already advertised,     22,048 15 . Scott and,Cp.ftfadeira 105 0 Fdtnund Uoehm and Hob. W.EniHon ;R.T. - Jaha:Ln�renre nomas f toceaion CeaiSe Bociian 21 � S 21 ^1 John Taylor Tbomas. Hud-ton Kiirl Camden Williani Cardale 105 5 105 J. P..TVELSIfiwiO, Secrftary. . Car Sabscriplions are reeeived.jrt t>]e Bar of Uoyil's, and i *Hibe Bankers^HtVUa'ipVi lKl�gd�m. _ ATLASFiiiE AND Li    Assurance company AAMiOOS. PERSONS ;whO;h"a*t'86s�irert at this OfTice arc requestedro.tak�*iiaittce, that.Policies eipiring at Sli-jl<    ;             Bv.pnferof tbe Rhard-iV-:^. .          .  �   yOMNGRliEXWOOD, Sec. .^J[�crto> MartOffigjb.Srpt. 25. 1609._ r�v*n �    � i^JJXT UOa TH. iiFTrgW Co.-JolnfCotttractors with Go. ^i*oentltette",iir^ STATEtOTTKRl?, respect-Mvni Uie>3>aUiiC^tbat Tickei* and Shares are oo Xreatfltrietyat^tilieir Offices; No. 11, Poultry J .Ho, inofccrrtt,, and SI, Aldgate J/igh.�tre*t.  The 1 '^'*^*3r-^ eiiHrelv; oew, and J^as hitherto A;>SS!1?*�^'^"''#*edappn�b^^tioIl: there are only ?^*2�3^ ISi?*^' fAHn��ing Capitol Prf�eg 5 .;nT"-~**"****"        tlie fonuMle Purcbnse|i>, viz. , :4iv;.�rf..,:;^..,,ej,�io| 8....of.......i.om V':JfeMs,��K5WWirPn��of-CllW,        Ae.as �SuaJ. '>-a]i*-|ifneisti,tbe opp((rtuni(y never Iwfore �^"^ ' - flje in*n�we sitm of BO.OOOfc pf One !inaiber only. r�10 tlie Curious in Mfciivnism -To "be Di-s. JK. Pflsno or, without drla\, the valuahle ME(;HANI-CAL CURIOSITILS exhibited by Mr. MERLIN for ao years past, w.hicb has often blnick Ihe l>eU�ld<-r with astonishment. JI will remain fur inspection onlvnday or two at Merlin's Rooms, Princes street, Hanover-sqoare, and liiay be vieired at iC^chibition pricrs. . Amnug (lie lots is a valuable ortan. which cost 16,0li0/. in bnilding. CURACV WANTEO.-a CLERGYMAN in full orders, who can give the most respectable references, wishes to undertake a t-uracy, -r any clerical duli-^ (if for a pcrmanry, the better) in t-wn.-Letters, post paid,art-dressu-dto L.'IVI. NasBuu CoQcc House, Nussau-iilreet, Suho, will be duly .attended I o. r|lUK Creditors of J.OHN PARKINSON, hte M. of Watliog-ilrect, in the City �f London, Mer-xhant, (who haven talrendy rcrrived the same) may receive a further, iieing aScventh.'Divideiid of Three Shilling* in the Poi|iiri (In thCamnunt of rteir resprrtive I>elit>, by applying every Tuesday and Thursday, between the hours of Twelve and Three, at the f :hauihrrs of Messrs. Manley and J. nndW. Lowe, No. 2, Tanfield-court, Temple, to ugn a recei|K"for (he tame. qf^ SINGLE GENTLKMEN.-Several neat-JL ly fHmislied Rooms and other Apartments, with or withoHt Board, are now vacant at the French Est iblishineiit, 17, CaMle-street. flolborn. Gentlemen may rely on the most liberal and pleasing arc^mrnodation. The aRreenienis may be made either by week, ior moDth, or quarter. The most ttfeful languages of Europe, Greek, Latin. Mathematics, Accounts, IVriling, Draw ing, &c. are taught at any hour of the day, fromlie^' '"the mMrning till ten in the ev'cniiig. ONKV MATTlillS.-a Gentleman above JLTja. the common class of Money Lenders, who has for many years carried on kusiness l�i geuf rnl satisfaction,' h.is liirse Sums of Meiiey ready to advance on Annuf'y, op mi B'jls, Notes Hand, or any other Security.-Applyln Mr. yVnIsh, Noi 40.?Uj>perT\larv-lc-bone-Btreet, near Ti'iclifield-slreet, and acard will be given to bi^ House, within a minute's walk.-Letters (post-jpaid) immediately answerrd-Ladies of character, single'or married, may'be accommudated ; and persons who nave loose sums lb lay out, may eraplory tbemlA great adyaaJUige. ANI>ED ESTa TE.nd a UCTION OFFlCi:, 27, Foley-place.-Messrs. WILSDN and SAMPSON have the hoinmr to inform Noblemen, Gentlemen, and the Public in genrrallhat their O.Tice is esiablishrd upon an extensive scale for the Pnrehase, Sale, and l.eltiiii evtrv description of Prriperty in the United Kiiigd.jni.- Tliey flatter themselves, by their assiduity andjittcnii-ii, tlial tVieir E-ta-hlishmenl will cirtinne to lie dlstin:;uishinl as n smirre of Emolument to their ijnployers, and a great Puhlif arivan-. tage,.^-Archhectoral Improvements, Surveys, &c. under tlie direction iif W. V'ilson. U-SINESS REMOVED.- DAVIU STON- j�^H.AM, Linen ttrape', llo�ier, &c. RVIv, rcsiierlfiilly informs bis Friends and the pHhIic he has removed tiis busi-�jef�fri'�n the shop adjnioing Mr. Gill's, ^Vulch-Makcr, lo 4he Piemises formerly Mr. HmIis, and Inle ftir. .loliii Sara-Son's, direclly �p)iosite the George Inn, in Rye, and only three doprjs rnmi     orleinal Shop. O. Slonham. sensible of the many favours he ha;: rereivrd from hisfrienriy, and of the libeiaiily with which h<' han becnfuppnned by the public durirs ii term of twelve years pa'f,-hereby be^s lo return his Rralctul aeknowlcdgenienjjj and at the same t me eunii^tly solicits their future support. \ ,Ryg� Sf pt. 23. 1S09.__ INSTANT JVIONEY loans.-Some Gentl^ men of the first respectability and indpiiendent ton -nes, tiafing formed a private I-^ :iernie�tt. or other ei&cient J'ropcrty, o>ay be accmnmod.ited with Money to any amount, ou terms nearly eqii.-vt to mortgage., Applicaliou personally, frAm twelve lo three, or by letter, post.iia'.d, addressed to Mafsrs. Cn� nnd Co. Army Agcnta, ft, VVnrWirv.street. Chacinr-cross. witi he nltrnded t-t. llEAl' iiOOTs ANu SJIOES.--J.  M. COWAN, -from Ilohy's, No. 341, Slrmid, one door froip Catherine-street, has c ii>lnnily on sale the nioi^ ejiten-sive a'ssortnieni in Uindon, of the ab(ivc articles, warranted of thebesjt maleriidj and  workmanship, nhich, in conse-quenea jof receiving.rrhdy money.for. he i> enabled to snp� ^l\v Gentlemen with /ull 20 per cerit. under l-te usual be-jipoKeDrtces. T1if|;reaieiicoii the Snath Stilc' of j U.oui'ds-bury-square* which is their only House to .London. Tliey sefl"n.� nrtidle but Irish Xliien, and not less Itinn a Pierr. liacli Piece is, as usual, warranted as to fabric, and to he blearhed ou the grass, atd t he money relumed if a fault appears. Orders executed with punctuality Cash for Bank or Ireland tioiet.^ J. O'BRIEN, Agent to the Company. Tin. 4. Blonm>hury-i-ouarc._� HARVEY'S SAUCE FOR FlSH i. � lily and (ientry the above admired Article |s prepared only at her Warehouse, No. U, Edward �trerl, Purt-itbin-i>qiiare; aod bv appointment, may be had of J. Baxter, Edtalnirgh; Bai, >}ewcasile'-Hpiiii-T)-ne^ Gregsone, L'tver-i ,|>iiol; Getty, ManchesUTi Terrv*. Brighton ; Lomer. South (. arapton ; Elliot .ind Leedham, JBath ; Jelferys, Salisbury; Litter, Swaosf a t iStepheiis.>n,; Bridlington Quay, Sk. And* to prevent spurious imitations, each battle h':ts Mr..Harvey:a tigtiiitnrean ibelabel. K. Lazenby at the rame time brg^ to recommend her ge-^ine E.oence of Anchovies, which, with a variety of rich Saaces and Piekie , may be bad is rases uf all tizti, for fatui-1) lue^ndcxpunaiiua. -IL the REPOSITORV of ARTS, wdlbe published on tlie 1st of Octuber. �iid will contain, amongst oiher novel mailers, a most inlcrcsting Account of the Native Uriti>h Sheep, by a celrbnitrd Stteplicrd of Lancashire j a curious .^pcciiiieD of Antiqt'ity from ancient Agrigefiliun; and a moKl beautiful View of Coveiit-garden Tliejitre, with its history. rWMlv: QUARTERLY REVIEW,   No. IIL JL ii published Ibis day, (or Jolui Murray, 'J^i, Fleet-Btr?et. and J.HatcIiard, I'iccaiJiliy, Loudon ; and may be bad also-of every Bookseller and Newsman in Town'and Country. This day is publisiicd, Hithten Plates, price 7ii. bd. anew i Edition iif ANEW SYSTEM of DO.VIESTIC COOKERY, formed npiin Principles of l',conoinv, and adapted to I the Use of Private Families.-Uy a Lad V.    .   - i'rinted fur .lolin-Murray, .'i2,' I'k-et-street, London; and i sdlil also bv every other Booliscller and Newsm:ui in Town i ai.d Country. In the course o'f iie\l .Month will be published, in one Vol. ^      cr.iwn octavo, rjpUE POKTICAL RKGISTKR and Reposi- JL  t-rv'of Fugitl\e Poetry, forthc Year: lSOS-7. � The Editor reqiiesls that Commnnimtioiis inlemk-d for insertion in the- ori(;iiial I'o-iry of this Voiume, niHy he sent before the tint of Ocliihei'nildrssed lo him under cover lo Messrs.Rivinglon, Si, Paul's Church-yard. ^ This day is nobli-hed, price Uve shiliint;^ lioiirds, dediraied to Mrs. Ilannch Moore, and prinleil unilorni with Alisj Smith's Life of Klopstork. SOLOMON, a SACRED DRAMA. Transhled fronHheCermanof Klop-lock. By ROUICRT HL'lSll. -I'rinted for J. Hatehard, Bookseller tn hor Majesty, Piccadilly ; and Sherwood, Ncely, and Junes, Pateniorter-row. .     , LOCKE ON EDUCATION.-This day is puhlished, price five shillings in boards, accurately printed im tine paprr, and embellished with .nn highly liniahed Frontis'^iectf te-signed by Uwins, and engraved hy Mackenzie, CfOM E THOUGH rs CONCERN 1NG E1>U-kJ cation.-ByJtiHN bOCKK. Esq. Printed for Sherwood, Neely,and Jones, Paternoster-row; and J. Hnlcbard, No. 19:1, Pirradilly. Of whom may be had, printed uniform with the above, Locke's Conduct of Uie Umlerslandinc, priee 'M- lid. hoards. This day arc published, in Oclavo. price is. in boards, rLCTS, eiitablishinit the Efficary of the OPL ATE FRICTION in SPASMODIC und HEBRILE DISEASES ; also Outlines of a Plan to invesligatc the Nri-turc. Causes, and Method of Cure of H\drophohia and Tetanus.-By MICH A EL WARD, late Surgeon to the Manchester Infirm.iry, &c. Printed for .U. Uickcritaff, corner of l^sex-Mreet, Strand. Londoi!; and R. and W. Dean. M.inchesiei.___ Just published, price One (iniuea, lii hnanls, ATILIJA MONTEOKT; a Romaufic N> ___vel, inFour Vols.-Bj PETER PliRKGRlNEr" Also, px'ce Is. on tine hnl-prcssed povt, DEATH ; a Po.-in, in lilank Wrie. uriiicH by the late Beilby Porleus. D. D. L�rd Kishop of -.London. Printed for R. Spencer, Great Ormond-street, Queen- sguare._______ "This day is puhlislied, a .New ICdition, pru-e ^-.srwed, rmirELANf) VALUER'S ASSiSIANT; be- ing Tables on an improved Plan fdV calculaiii'^ the Value of Estatcs.-ljy R. U V DSON. The Compiler of the above Tables having often had occasion to calculate the Value f>f Lands, foutid that all farmer Publications of this kind obliged the Person using th^in in ivl down too ma;>> Fijcures, m order to hud the ainonnl; hOnce he was induced to construct these Tables for i� own u�e, nnd fifldiiig Ihein. npoji trial, particularly ssrviccahlc, he now oQ'ers them to the Public. No former Publiration of this sort enables ihe Person having them, to find the Amount by fewer i'tgnrosjlhan are slated in iJjese Tables. rrjnteti for ami sold by C: Craddock and W. Joy, 32, Paternoster- row.__ To SOHOOLS, and those interested in Ihc Education of Youlh.-In a few days will be published, price Is. '.id. bound, with Seven beautiful W�ud-cuts,aud an elegant engraved Frontispiece, UY'S NKVV BRITISn SPELLLNG BOOK, _ or an easy Introduction to Sp'"Hin� and .Readin*. in Seven Parts; contaiiiiitg a greal varieiy i>f easy Lessons ex-aclly .idapled to The capacity of ^'outh. .and armu-'erf in a new, rasy, nnd pleasing order. The Tal-lcs of Words are divided and accented to llie purest mode* of I'ronunciutiun.  - By JOSI-J'H (JO'V, Author of the Pocket Eiirycl"|imaia, School C-ography, t^bart of Universiil History, ic.; Profesiur of Genyraphy, &c. in the Rojal M^ilnary College. London : Printed for C. (jraddock and W. Joy (successors to Mr. Ostell; !)2, Piiternosler-row. li. JJ. A liberal allovyance to Schools^_ Tobeh,ad of Trewman and Son, Exeter.-Just publi-hed, INFANCY,  a  didactic   Poem,   by HUGH DOWNMAN, M. D. seventh Edition, price 7s. with an engraved Porlnit of Ihc Authrtr. Not to speak of the go�l  Life, and a ponrair. Neatly prated, in "Three Pocket Volumes, price 13�. in bn.nrdd ; apd on nnjnferior paper, prise fls. in hoards. Likewi-e, Tde pomu of Allen Ramsay; a New F.diiion, (Corr^'Clled and enl.wged, with a Ctoasar'y. To � bich are .prirfixed, a Life of the Autbor,'from authentic Doc>iments, and Remarks his Pxems, from a large view of iheir mc-riu. Printed (oniformly with Bom's Works) in two laree vulnnce:, Bvo. wilh a PortriUt from an Original Jlraping, by biiboa, the laic eniioentj'aluter, pri^e 1/, i�. in beardi. �    VICTUALLING OFFICE, Sept.22, ISt* THE Ci�i>-n;ssioners jot Ficttiolting His Ma~ jtttj/'s N-n^y tin htrtiy gtct tiolict. thfil on Friday, the 6lh of October next, tkei/ trill he nady to rtcevfTtn-(tr.rf in tciiliii; (sealed vp) and treat Jtr TllRKE-THOUSAND BOLTS of FLAGS, for the ose of the Coiiperage, lo he ansiccrnitfto S'-mp-'ei lu b� produced atih. the'J'cnden; lo tt delivered in the apace of IsilvemonUts, by mOHt/ilg proportions, .into J/is Majcit^\ HciUttiling atorti at Deptfurd ; and lo ie paid fur bi/ BilU yaijaiU ailit InUrest ninety days after ditte. I'he C'onditioni of tke Contract may be se-M at.the Secretary a Ollice. " ,  r All regard trill be find to any Tender tn uhiclk tha. Price shall not beiniertedin aords at length, or that sltaUnut be iklivcred to the Mo.ird before line o'clock on the said Friday the 6//i o/October Hf.r/, nor uwies-, ihe person wAo mukea the 'render, or some person on lus behalf, aitend*. tn anv,n^t *rhen called fur. V tC'i'UALMNO-Or r It-Ji, Sept. 23. ibuu. ^!IE Cotnmissionerg for FitJualUng ilU ^a- ,ie-tv's Sttpy I'.n hereby give No'ire, that on Monday,' fte id 0/ Oct'ibcr next, they taill be ready to receivi-. Teniicrt in Kriftn'r (.Mi'ed up), itnd treat fur sucA q'laniiLies of BISKET, raadefrni* whole Me.il, as the respective Ma-iiufaclW'ts of that article ra.ly thiiili proper to ofl'er: lo he deUceied one half in a f.)rlui!;ht, iwtl the renimudet i?i a fTiiiffht nfirrtc/Jrd.-', inlo Jiis iiujestvi t'iftnitiliitg .Stores III OeptforJ ; aud in be paid f ti.~e, that on Thursday, the o/Octoher i\est, 'it on: o't l:>H:,ihey kVI be ready to treat veith snrh I'crs'ins ,is jnuy be leitliHg lo C'oil-trnrt for s'lpplying His Mojesty's s: reral Djdt i^rdt trith TRAIN (ML. Diit.ibutiun of the Oil, tsilk a F^rm of the Tender may be sien al this Ojjice. A" Tender trill be rertived after One o'Clork on tfte dnj of Trrdlg, nor any noUcedi unUss the Party, or an Agent for him attends. ' . ' Eorry Timder must he accompanied by a Letter addressed ('> Ihc yavy Bi:u..e Sweepings, tlnllavances. Hags .nnd Rags, Sugar, Butler. Cheese. I'.eef. Pork, Suet, Empty Fish Barrels, and a p,ircel of Eire Wood. A Deposit of�')l. per Cent, it to be made upon the amount nf eui.'t I^ut at the time of Sole ; and if the remainder of Ihe money br. nut paid, and Ihe Particulars taken aaau tcithin piglit irorl.iiig ilnji iifienvards, the Deposit' tcitl be furff.itc4, nod the Goods remain Ihe prop'rly of the CVoirn. The otir.r Conriiliunt may be seen, atvl (,'ntt>logaes majf b: had at lh*yictunlUog Yard, Deplf.ird. _ HENRY GARRETT. ALL IN ONE DAY ! Th� only Lottery to he drawn this Year, ICIIAinJSON, GOOl^LUCK andCo. Corn. hill, and Charing-Cross, respectfutly afquiant the Public, that the whole of the New State Lolirry will be drawn ia 0<:e Day, 2..'th of October net I. This Loiiery has only oMA Numbers (frnm No. 1 to 5,000 inclusive), Fnur Tickets of a Nomber, sothat the Porchiiser' nfasingle Ticket will gain aPrizeof 20,0 ^ ill a consompiion or deffiy. lioth as a iwcvenllve and cure ol of these alarning comp ai^ts, the above>ezce!lent iVte'iicintf is universally allowed, on thetestim/tny of (he h'sliesf characters ia this Country, both in rank and res|>ectabi>jfy, to have Be equal. Their'puhlic approbation, given to'-the Proprie* tor, from a personal knovtledse of its wonderful succes* thti/ own families, stamps its merit beyond compelition, aod gives asancl'Kin lo it. ot which no other Medicine of ib'e kild can boast. Parents and others, w ho have the rate of roildreo shoaU have this reruedy as a family Med'cine lo roort to,' whenever the Slomaeh pr Bowels of Children are any wa) dis->rdered, which it will alwAvs^be found toTelieve. Sold Wholesale and Relait.'at Chingand Bottri^s, No. 4, Cheapside, London;- and Retail by moslCoantiy Venilers,'iB Bo'c'al2 f the pnsept day caa bear a copeifiion witli K,ln all the different Maws of a certaia U'wease, wbtc^it effectaally curesv and e�sdicatM Erom the babit, witli^jexrUbig the painful feeUqgi and exuosar* thatatteitditSBMatidn, >viltioat detkiUtating the Coimitation in any degt^j^Hreven reilttiringcunBnementfroro basinpn,or restriction ofSeL The radhud virtues of these inestimable Drottf Uavfc proved their daim lo ynblic auprobatioa, for more than 3l)-years. In alH.he debility of both sexes they Drove anever failing restorative; whether tlie rfebiliy is pro-Soced by,to� free nse of Merrbryi-b^illicit pleas�reje, ortha eifecuof a warm climate. Tofra^llen, and those goii^ atiroad, they cannot bifrecommeaded too. strongly, as tbey will receive a safe, spe�
                            

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