Courier, September 30, 1809

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Courier (Newspaper) - September 30, 1809, London, Middlesex ''^SPAlN.-This Jay ig pnJbtiifaed, ia �ne vol. royja-Stfasa . '.i ' priceSs. ^ ( rpgfi of aa fcpic ; X. j�tl-rftf^ THOaSAjifO Sy mokthlji Mib^aiiIUi^KT.aiEVv'^'the wverol Cmnpuniesor tbe �'?k��f Laudou,-oo FftlDAY, tne ^9ib day of tieptem-.bervlfi09. � �- /gpHAr the TUauks of (his Common flail be ^ X fifttHoJOSHOA JONATHAN SMITH-, Esquire, ^/4^-CLAUDIUS STpWtEN-HUNTER, l-:sqoirr. late ^ '\ -iijMUB�N� ttuinner Jttitbicb llRv4iave ezefMiedlh^ j npombt ^Srf(* iif^tot ^f^^plfife^l^^vi^ici^larly for the hiiipane and :^BbeialxiirutiUI keair of '^I'^P.be !�i*l> �t,;4Jor�haii�'3 Livery Stablts, X BTiiti>n.MrM�; Biind-steet.a^LAClC UKLDING.ae-veil ycArs oW, WBrrantrii �iltndj and perfeclly free from vice, biw hcffu rtrpiturlybroke as a Charger,-Price 70 Gul-reas.t-Enq�ire nf ileiirv'Scutman, osiler, at tTte Slahles." "^TOthe PROPRIETORS of liAST-lJJDlA Sl'OCK. LaJIIES and GeSTLEUJJN, TIE tery fatourablo reception I have met with dttriur iii> Canvass, iiiduo>s tiie a^aiii to nSer ni\se;f Is yoarnotice. tipoDtiieprefcot Vacancy that bas occurred : iu the Direction of your Affairs, by tlic dealh of Mr. Joui� } TaAnsK^. and earnestly to sniicit Uic faonuar of your Vote ' aod IntefeM (di ihe dayrapany,aretheerBuiids�n which ] |irc-jsme to entreat your (oppurt; and I hci; \nii ii> eoM^ill^r my y!l>t�ervicesMpIed^urihe�*al-aninution of your -inlerrsti, sb�ald yuu he pleased to diilinguiib lue by so Hat-Icriiigauiorliof yvurappmbatinn. . J have the hunour to reniaior Ladies antl Ueallemcii, Yuuc fitittiful bumble Servnnf. JOHN BLADEN TAYLOR, ta, Oevooshire-plucc, Sept.. 29. Colonel Taylor's Copimitlee meet daily at the City of �fioiidnn Tavern, whereaoy friendly Coiuinuuicatioiu wilj be ,tli.inkfu!ly recfived. .. _ NKW-MUSiC-Juiil p..blifhid', ; WHEATSTONE^S , ANNUAL COLLEC. TIQN of'24 Favourite UANCKS, for the Vi.iliu �r.Flule, U. iirenuiv ready for-delivery, nt hit Atiuic Ware-;i�use. No. 43(5, Strand ; siUrt a (irand Descriptive Sonaia, . ill. the style of the RattleofPrasoc, entitled, The llattle f T.davera," dediCited to. Lord Vi^'cnutlt Wellin!!;ton, by J. Blenrilt, price 4�.-Kreutzcr's celebrated Violin Sludy, �wilhaddiihnis by Rodulphe, 10s. CJ-Three Daelts for the 'Vinlnneella (in which are.introdbted fovnurite Airs) com-l�edhy T Powell,7-,6d.-S.lrct Airs and D.-thces arr.inped as Arpog{>io Knndns, by Aug. V'oi^t, Ss.-^'lliree i'opiilar ' l*andeBn Airs, its Rondos, tVitb a I'lute or I'^laeetilet Crotchet "by Corri, 35.-Three Sets of Favourite iMiirches nad Airs, arniiiRrd for the Piano Forte, or as Solos, Duels, or Trios, >?. H"kt, each 4s.-In the Press, the Konrth Booli of Select Dances, arranged by Aug. Voi^t, and other Mjuters, ^..(id.-Also, tlic Third Vol. of (be ilanaonisl, a Selection ^fOleei, Duets, &c. bound 6s. _ ELANCHOI^V Catastrophe at the Meikle L Ferrv.-Dornoch, County of Sutiierland.-The C.^SiniiaiHa,per Messrs. Birch and Co. - 2 S. and Co. - 2 >V'iIliam Rots - 5 J-.IU. K. - -Camucl isurnett - 1 /dam Martin - 2 J. J. Angeriitfin - 5 Un.Cook, of Woodford a X.l. . . 1 John Sprnti, per Miss. J. &A. Aniietson and C". - - �1 John I.rcke, per ditto 1 Malcolm Ross diitu !i (ieorge .Slieknn diiio 1 llobert Prc�t and Son, ditto - - 2 John M'Lc.in ditto 1 J,�. . . 1 Lady Wilson of Charl-tunHouFe, Kent, per Mess s. Longstun and Co. -  10 10 A. B. prr(ioi>t - 21 . . . SubftriptiDiis received in London, at the TJarof Lloyd's ViSee-boDse; at the Banking-houses of Messrs. J. nnd A. Aiidenou and Co, j Messrs. Langstou, .Towgood, and Co., ':�wbyMv Charles Sutherland, 12,. Charies-nquare, Hox-too, through whom any communicatiuq to tbe Committee y Hnrnnch, may be made.  i POJlTUaAL CLOAKS, WARRANTED IMPENE-V^.t, TRABLE TO WET. pULSFORDand SERJEANT, Military T.i-Tjn, �nd Mnnufactureis of Water praof Camblet, to TheirRojalHighnt-sses the Prince of Wales and Duke of 'i,?"."* "la^e tbfe hqnour lo inform the Nobility, Gent ry, ami ^"'"'"'Pds, that experience h;iyin;5 proved this article to �c perftcUy iropenelralile to �el for any length of time, they �m most eonfidently reconini>nd the same, parUcul.-irly to Foreign Service, where they .are much t\-r~T^�.the wtatlicr; hiring light and plensar^t wear, will "'fy S'nall coaip�iS5, and retain its imp nelrable I W..-.''^r''�.'....of.-.....j^o, .��*'f-.�>.. '3ki i8,.....,.of......jfflOOQ IS........of...... 500 ANAIO.VlY^anrt SlTRGEllY.-iVTr. CHAS. BF-LL'.Sl.ECTUUES commence the 2d day of Oct. at^wo o'clock in the .iltmioon. The rooms are upen fioin nine .iVock in the raorningljg^'roin one till tw CTU R KD (from 103 to l()00 quarters weeklymay as-rctiin the tenn� and partirulars. by applyinc to Mr. John Wale, 11, Monirt-slreet, Whilcchnpel-rond, fljc siination of the :>lills Iteing little ni'-rc than two miles from the nielropn. lis, and three frnm the Corn Exchange, Mark-lane, with e..-w. jia>'iga(i. and excellent Garden, and five Acres of Land.- Kor partiridarsnppl} to Mr. Baker Sliipley. Ilanuell, i;onr Tuiitiridge Well*. 7-VNI)i':i) ESlAlKdtid AUCTION OKFICJ-:, -i '21. lolcyplice.-.Messrs. Wll.SdN and S AM P.SON . have t!>e hiinonr lo inform Noblemen, Gi-ntl^^rn, !iiid the Public in peneral that Itirir OIEce is established lipon .in ex-leii-ive scale for tlie Pureh.ise, .Sale," and I.ettin; everv description of Property in the United Kingdom.-They flnlter ihi'msflvi-s, bv their as�i>luity ami atteniivn, lh,al their E-ti-lilishmenl will c-ntiime to bp distinguished as a sinrce of Ismolumei.t lo their i'.uiplnyers, and a Rreal I'utilic ntlvan-lage.- ^rchiieclur.-il Inipruv'emcnts, Surveys, &c. nou'er the direction of W. Wilson. DORSE r.- Vo be Sold by Piiiv.iTE co.ntu.\ctj at Acres of HEATH T.AN D in one Piece, lying near to Ihc pleasant Vilhi^ af I'an.'ord Magna, and in the centre of the manor yyhicb, abounds with game of every sort, and within one mile^afibe henutifol River Stone. Thesituatipn is well adapted for building, it being on a dry gravelly soil, rnniuiaiuHng exten-ivr and piciurrsque views Of tbe tsle of Wiglil, the New Forest, aud adjoining counlr . The woods areetceileut ; the distance fruiu Pnolesis miles, f>ur from Uimhoine,and eight from Clirislchurch. Also 117 acres of 1 leatlt Land in one piece, situated at Kingrtnn ia the foresaid Parish, well calculated f-r planting. All the Land is tytlie-free. Enquire of Mr. Castleinaii, Solicitor. Wintbnrne. V^LU".\|TLE~FRET5I10LD E-JTATE, with cnram.idious well-built Man:>ion-llouse, Offices, Gardens and Ple.i.�uie Grounds.-To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a very desirable nnd most impoveable ESTATE, situate in the county of Suffolk at an equal distance of 15 miles from Bury and Newmarket, containing upwards of 200,) Acre.s of arable, laeadow, and grazing land, in a ring feucr, with two Kumi-Housrs conveniently situated, anil other necessary building* thereon, and altogether of Itie annual estimated value of Fourteen Hundred Pounds aud up-wnrds- The above estate is peculmrly ndnpted for a geirtleman of fortune who is desirou.t-pair the Estate maybegeen. . . \ : � . �  -(N STOX^CFIELa HODiE, near Chrfetchtirch, ]iqi^s,i^To beX,ETLteadv PumbhtaJ, that msst desirable �s4 plrMoiit .blace, .^cb Imk. a csmwinditK View of the I�*of Wt|h|vthe-*i*tem Chahpel�.-�i�i tbsNewjEar-, cst.wi^withi^'tialf ft\iiil^oF-tlie ^bere there %-fine 'wami�JI'�� ��i�*y ishtpgi-Shooiiugt^ &c-' .�tonrgeld HoiMe�oatafiii^e*ery:co�VQDieiic�s^for�gniteel faquly, .well preportiolHi^ drawing and bratLfast.rbems with'atiidy, .^pd bed-ro Utt:. Bi^. Friday tbe ^Mio/flV � vicTy^.LLiWl '^T^HE'CommfssicMeW.Ji) da,,.�A,4M o/oc.ob� XT^i��r^1^?r^^ 7.o*TS, ijtiarH^n ffd/rd up), OB*^bwa/.&ect��)vrrable ro the Ttfude^'fg ' This liny arhfd; the Se�eulb F.ditiun, with ao engraved Portrait of the Antbor, price 7�. in boards, INFANCY", � didaclic Poem, by HUGH DOWNMAN, M. D. Of whom nrtay be had, bv the same Antbor, in two pocket voionves, price 10s. 6d. in boarrls. Poems sacred to Love and Beauty, embellished with two beautiful hngraving*. Also, Crit eal Opinions nnd Complimentary Verses to the . i Author, chirdv respecting the Poems lo The?pia, price Ts.' I ForT, Cadell and W. Davies^.Strand, Lemum; and Trew-' man and Son, Exeter. larirs Offl^''""' ^""^""^ "^'"9 *� the Sttr*^ A a , r^nri-riZ/Je T^itcuny tender m wMcA t^t price sAaB not Ae i�*er(�d in M at UMk, or that shall �ofi rfe�,j" f-,, Ji',, T,i I'll' ^'""'C'ocfr^r, the said Wednts-day, A�4Mf/- October, next, -nor unless the I'trson uita make. fAr nnder,or tmne ^etsan on his behalf, attends. V1CTGA LLI.Nti. VARD, Dfc.FTFOicit irrrCT- .  lSe9. . � iHEhE ere to give hclicey that on Thursday, thtpllt of October next., at Eleven o'CloCk in the Fore. In October will he published in 8v�. ilinsiraled with plates, "3"" preciitlti, teilt be r.xpo^ed to PUBLIC SALJi at His r ETTERS concerning the DISEASES of the ^["J'/',?^"--^ - ^ - . JLi URETHRA. 1. Of the varieties of Stricture �� discoverable on Dissection, and the method of di-tingiiisliliig those vu'-ielies in the living body by the Uretlira Sou mI ; with practical inferences concerning the cure of Stricture. 2. Of dilatable Stiictnre-the state of the Urethra in this peculi>tr disease, and the method of cure. 3. Of Spasmodic Slriclore-the Muscularity of the Urethra d'Kieil-l-:xpvTini d,iy i* p.,h!i^hed. clegtinllv printed io Two Vols. po..t 18mo. \s ilh .i Jlead �f the Autho', prices*, boants, rpnE FARMER'S BOY, HURAf, TALES, X ,ind WILD FlIOWERS.-By ROUERT BLOOM-FIKLD. Prj.-iled for Vemor, Miiod, nnd Shnrpe, 31, Paalrry;and Lnngnmn, liur t, Rers, an-1 Onne, Paternoster-row, 'J'he i-ame Work" miy be h.id wparaie, viz.-Farmer's Boy, f. c. honrJs, 4s-The Riirjvl Tales, f. c. boards, 4s.-The Wild I "lowers, f.c. boards, ^s. 6d. piibli?lie(l. a neW J^dltion, greatly eulaiged, price 1/. 4s. bound, NEW DICTION.ARY of the SPANISH and ENGLISH LANGUAGES. Spanish .-iiid Englir-h -English and Spanish. Wherein the Words JUajfslg'i. TictuaHing Tard .nt Deptford, shnJry Lots of the follcicing Provisions and Victualling Stores, viz. Bread, Hour,'Raisins, Rice, Pease, Oatmeal; Pot Bar-I lev. Bakehouse Swteplngs, C.illav.inces, B.igs and Rags, I .Sugar, putter, (j^eese, Beef, Pork, SUet, Empty Fish Bar� ! rels. ami a parcel of Fire Wood. I Ik-poiii of'ibl. ^r (^eht� is to be made upon the, amount ofeu'li Lot at the liiiis of Sale ; andif the' rtmaindrr of lite monfii be nvt paid, ani Ike Particulars taken aican uHthin eif^'bi Korking days uf.errcards, the Di,pont mill be forft.Hr.d., I and the Hoods remain the property of the Croti-n. j 7.V other Condilhin' may be- ��, and Catalogues I be hJd at theyictuaUiirr t'a'ni, Deptford. � i__ HENRY GARRETT. i NEAT MONTH. ;\VIFT-aad Co. Joint Coqtr�ctcrrs. with mat/ And has hitherto r -Seheme of this Lottery ii entirely new, _____ ..... _____ i teci'ived the most unqualified approbation / thereari unl I 5,000 Numbers m tlie Lcltcry,and the wh/!e will be DUAWN IN ONE ,D\.V, j The2.1lhof next .Month, when the following Cnpital Prizes ] must be diitributsd nmrtngtiie fortunate ^-jrcbasers. viz. ................... nf.........-......^.20,000 8....W.......l,OV 12.........jfiCO Ac. as Hsual. Thii be supplied, the s.im|r as ;f present, by sending their or- �  � � -rt., ,scieiic>-s, .Navi- ; '''�^'V'''*!'''^'"'''^''''''^ ''"''''"I'''''''"'' g-'e-^ bills. 4....of..........*e5.(H)0 4 . . ."{-----.......2,.liVJ Re-i-M-d to the I'ulnic, of (!�:ning the imfi.'nee sum of 8().(3CO/. gCOOUf. or4n,0Juf. Ii.vihr piiTeti.ve of One ;.\Y. Tickets and .Shares ai-e srflin/y in great variety at his old establistird OtSces in Lo^idon, gfndjby hislAgen^sin the CoOo-try: who, In the lale Lotteries have bcro remarltnbly ror-lunate'iii si-llin? and sharing uii immense numlitr of CJipital Prizes, pi.riiculariy the tv�)i last 3U,mwfv Prizes, the last 25, 0.) . Prize-, and the last CapTtal PriZe ever drawn. PERSONS fn the COUNTRY gre:it vnricly of Terms, relating to the Ar gnti'm, and Trade,.�lueidated. Coniplleil fnun ijie in-ial v,i-luablc'Works of lCn^!ah and Foreign Lexicugra^hi N -lly HENRV NEWMAN. Printed for J. Johnson; Vernor, Hood, an^ .Sharp'-; Cnthell and Martin t John Walker; L.'ickingtnn, Alien, aii>i Co.; 'r.U nosey; [..onginan, llurs'. Ryes, .ind Onne j Black, cash, baoJl eoorses of raerrury, (that brfne 0I he�iUWi.ivWeh red^iced' tiiejii to a slat* of miserable existence, wcft*cdtheuliida benefit fritm this {lestorattve, , fora/ttrlo�*of Streni^lli aiia-vig�>ur, the. happily reg-'iined : their foriwjr l^allhrt->C��r pain* in the hack .jind I�|ib, , gleets,'iniajii|jnHirativ9 prepared tqfjlli, which flficiradregra^qafand 1n�,ti�li;ea.rCts. tb;ko alt the"! forms; the.fliierparts of the.imsara are �|so beti| I -aold-bvmivking.jSile W�de, Nly.iy, Old Bonl �tid:No.lJ7( Fleet-street; iP. Newbery uiid Soiii'i St. Paul's|Cro|i, tto;^E�el��ge i Bacon, .Oitfoi Ke^oe, Brinter, Baq�.�c, and al^ VemdeiB- of Mei ^ k. �. b. TotfinMiH CohiJlM,1f�&c*fi�. 3d. jhebor, ark ah the above FijiitionS bate been Strrco^roedfrom i oniV it'OB. wbi^t Cflnijiins theqcautJty of si� elciStiiitncff T^pej �it"jMr. t'ggms, 1 Bpfortt�eA,nBy�fid>*v^.&c, . ;

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