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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Totiie IMfOI'/{n;TORS.of �ASr-I.VUlA srOCK. frMlK Tcry favourable-reception I hare met vTith A riuii'K my Cahvaw, in(luci li>r'� CommUtee meet dnilv at the City of Loiidoo tavira; where any frieudly Coiiiiuiujicatiuui hiII be thankfulh f'-.'-i-ivfd.   ^. ACARb.-Tlie unpif*edfntcd Amns?mttit.s kliti Kilisfticlion afforded at the KOVAL CIIICUS nuder INoauipicciand unriviillcd L*errort7iar inve3ti|rntiDg the Debts of the NAIWBS of the CARNATIC. I Ko. II, Munclicster BaildiofEs, Westminster, ; . September Jtiibj 1809.  *� I ^HE Coymni^slonfeK in JEngland appointed under :   JL  the Deed of Ajfreement between the United Company ; of Aferrhanls of F^gland tradia< to the l.iist l&dies o( the one (�aft, aad the tfedltot* of the Lite Nabobs of the Camaiic of the other part, gi�e notice, that no Clairii whatever can I be preferred before them after the ItJlU day of .November, I JOHN PARKllOUSF.. Srcrrtary \ KOV'AI, COLIJlGfc; OK SURGEONS l.V IRKLAM). ^ ''�"^Ili'' Schools of Anat�niy aiid S:ir<;(r_v,  ien^ Fupi!!$to pay One Guinea: aUoiher persms . ^UJ(^��..A Glergjr. iniy, fi^iduigVMitn a Short dis> axtdiiKi!eVEmim>S^-^^^ ttwJtior towii, w�a-YecRvrt but few Pupils, aiid who , . .       ________       - , Smeif Mr". Xra*erK y0t>?r^afe4l^ be willing to ttodrrlake tli> Classical injtrHcljon of a � Three Guineas each, except S '*ffef'ti*wlf iio }-irf  -n^3r av.cad vrsihout any      ' - � � .... rstahlijhmrnt    -------- y nddrefsiin; hitcomb-street, -libbejt?lho�vre-q!�?pj;cd. Wsltfy a\ien^rounded   jfm!*af> " �fcln| fideltj^^td fc.-a. t�i5fuur service, shuulv ; tlC^V and'%ledlcaj l{o�Asi?ler, 40, West Smit ^"IS^^'tSiSVi^iffi-^^lm^M^^^^ ! .iJL/ M. ;el)3^.rtjarf l.iil)fcrstU the fcefctures delivered in I.ondoo, and a pl.in of i;tbe.-l^ �f%ho~Medical Deparlmcut of the Army and Wavy, �iny l>^;��^^>l!l�neH at hi> liini.^-. ANTIIU to Furchasf,  in the ucunty of Groivenor o^. Berkeley.square*, a llOt'SK, cnn-rooms op ticb of III* principal Ql f..r theac' __________ .. ______ ____________        a Furnished IliiriDSkif thedtiOTe descripiidu, would be taken for one or iMKi'^nrs certain. PurilcuI.iTs to lie sent to Tailiani nnii BuQey, Mnunt-street, Cros�'rruor-sqiinr''. .    . APff liD wi|hio tfij miles'of Hyde-ParW- Hot less than illr�e ioAif �itb good oIKres of every  Hlivin*a Family ( It mast pence. , Practical Anatomy, as'usual, under the i:':rccLion of .MeisTf. Di-a .� in teridne. (tenied up} and treat /.^-  01(H-- fl'US0IthD Tiiovs.iyn GAi.Los:iof fvEsrispiA /:cmi tn be delivered in two month; by montlil^s ur(�|)ccii.>;:i, duty free, from Wari-hoU'es in wtiicl" the same sl;M b.' buijeo, iuto hi:> .Majesty's Vicli/iilliii!; Siores at I'litumiiaiJi. and'to be paid for by Bills payable with iiilcresl ninety days afterdate, Tlie Conditions of the dtitrdct niay bt sun at the Secre-tartis Ojfice.        .. � , . !fn ttniitr far a less quanti/y than Ten TAousani Gallaks . �iU beudmUled. Nn regard tpill be had to -any T'.rJcr irt wluch Ike price shalinot be insetted in tcttrds at ter.glh, orjhat sTiill-.uit be ddicercd to the Board befoire. One. iPCIocle on-lht said Tuesday, the Sd of Ocloher'next, nor unless the Ptraon teho makis tlu 2'cnder., .or some ftrsoat on Us btMSJ^ tUfSsU io |:,v�^T<^^*�^faCTll.�fti*iJN ati,' ilida. i   jL  jestv't.^auvido A<^by give''Notice, that 'iti. yf^nei-i day, tAijii*.  iVfeof llL.ACK-.SMY^RfiA di A.,r,KXlA   . ItA 1SIN S, .t^d be Miyxarable    Sii^ple t.i be pfJidt?ced with , and la be paifi fur by Hills., pay�,ts^standit^fof t*o '     ' " �.Uhefo> sijcoreiglit hbrsa.   Ri�;U(u^d.pe vnHild bp jyefcrred. -lljvlli be Ihk^l W aiham; l*it/. ;VWs1 ;wii BCh: [iton-^tieaV lifetiiil, Lo^dan. iu^ djieit Mie^i'lmas dibiihl^ *^*^^|^.^OF�TS Fof ^ vrC^^Sa j^from Mia^ OfUiisig-jeart li^BMf pay ment dl|^.icbari^ ^ .have been alway* iiJhtfe^<�� C���!iS4ii"|�i*rtk�. of the na.. idYtited in-^vtry,pri^ �e�eu ntbmhs from the niiddlfe of N�i�^nber next. - Pas^MnlSTi to becenttoTatbaiu^dBiiilcj/j, Mount-�lreet,- 1 LM-EINsOllANCE COMPANY, IJV'SW! 6Rl7>CE-�TnKliT,   Hri^cki filAHSf ,  BrX:'OWER�l> BY ACT OF^ARUAMKNT. t>t. tiitlaBce frbiA F tR e, :uid on LiV es ; attd f�r tb^ Gftitil ^/�f-, 3(1^ Purchase of AN'M/iTisvi' TSSIJIIA]>K/ES failiog due at Michaelmas, should JL be renewed within fifteen days front that perind. Almtemeiits arc intide, accordrnj; to tbe plan wbich.orif;i> naled wirhthis Cdntpuny, oo the Preinioms of nil Fire In-saranres euT of.LoKdok. A large iid*nnt!i(c>ii allowed m.Ijfr Insurance t;aiid every facility isaforded by wMch the lilerestandconveuience ofUi� pMblicniay be promoted, i i., Y^,v*;.. , , - WARNf^ft i�IM PPS, Seirpitary. 1 *. Tfete Comtmnv's CHKfe for ll>e We*t end rif London, hl� utifviiVT. Jifar Oxford-strtet, on the -WfSt ^ of New 'fc'R-IlOU.Sli, TA. S,123.....� '2.V.103 19,5 It)____20,OUO 18,977 ____20,01)11 i'i,7ii7io,i.'uo l.iktWhe, iVb. 3,�8, the Grand Prize of 1,000 Tickets, entitled to M,7Ka/.'___'_^ '� tWENTIK'wi' of the PRKSK.ir ^WN*arll tSifiVllOLE RieHARD^N*, fiOODLl^ and Co. ro-.spectftrily r�miiia the Pot>ii(!>'tUati�tl P�rrhn>.> in the .|^.presenl Lottery mu^tjie made he^re the*")!!) injt.iiit, as. the >/ October nexi. Ihcy       i .^^J  �, Vjng, (seaUdMP')an parta,ent'\^^: ^ .: if Twelve Months cert.-.i,i, t   ,, the i-th'of        'S '    I. ..nd further until Six Mo,.|: . ,ar�i,>^ shftli k, , t Y^i^ulualUns: Store,   u.-vif.ndiandio ^ """^ mils payable, ai:! i^jrest wbotir Drawirgtifjll Tie decided in Twfive Ifonr.-^. tfiffy 3^U0jKlKubcr*-*FourTitkel:i..'of each .Xunibtr. CAPITALS.  .... .of..... 4::..... Jif......,�3,000 4....i.^..(>f.....i- ?,000 8 12. ,......^0,0' . .of. *c. &c. &c. .Andnot three Blanks ton Ppze ^1000 t , day, thf. Tenders in (i'ARshnl v ember n given } JJis Ua_ paid fur da'e. The �/.  Ras?,.._�^ Sii^ar, ISolifr, Cheese, Beef, Pork, Sueij Em;)ty Kiih Bar-"^-^ _ii:i^:^nitiC;i p^treel of Fire WooJ. ' . , .1 Ue/iosit (i/ 'Zj/. per Crnl. ii to be. n'nde upun the amoitni V^FfRi-;. LIFR and IV�n(J"lidTl';L, opposite the principal eu- �Ir.iiice to lb* Nj'w Theatre, How-street, Covciit-Gaidfn.- I TIIOMAS'HARRIS respectfully li'.jc* leave tn hcip.aint hid ! Friend:! and the Public, tiiat the jiliove Hou.-e is re-.ipeiied  asa COFFKK-ilOCsK.md IIOTI.L. haviMj; recently been I lilted up in tlie nio^t re.�perlnble manner with nn ele ".-. 17. I.iille Windinill-str.ct, (;oldens(|u,ire, in r]iiat!t lies of not I.s-ili.i.i i.'ir.-e Diir.ent Lpllery are shewn, by Advenlnrers liaviiiga sure chance of all the grind Capital Prizes, iis the whole will be dniwn in one da^,2illh of Orlnber, 1809, .iiul an which day the immense Sum of 280,000/. may be gained by one Numbtfr ; and also, that instead of wailing in anxious tu  rics Ibe fortuhale Purchaser, in this may at once receive u N'obie Independence. _ . TlTTs MOMH. BISH respectfully reminds the Public, that A � the STATE LOTTERY not only begins but finishes on Friday the ?Olb of this Minth { therefore n I w ho w ish to have a chance to gain EIGHTY THOUSAND POL.NDS by tlic purcli.isc of a single Number, most buy before tfte ttmwiiig begins, as the whole Lntterv, cwiisistiog of 200.000/- in Priz-s will be decided in ON E OA Y. Tickets and Sharei are ^ening in, great vnrieiv at bis old established Offices in London, aiid,by bisj.Vgenis iu the Country ; who, in tlie late Latteries have been remarkably f-r-tunateiii selling and sharing an immense number of Capiti^i Prizes, yartiCularly the tv�o last 30,000/. Prizes, the lant 25,000/� Prize, and'the last Capital Prize ever drawn. PERSONS in the COUNTRY May he supplied, the same as if present, by sending Iheir orders, (post or cnrringe paid,) accompanied with good bill*, cash, bank antes, or post office orders, to either of hi> old e-iabruhed Omces, No.4, CURNHILL, or 9. niARING CR09S,.London; where all Business in the Public Funds is iraiisarled w itii fidelity and ttispatch.-Pleas io t.-niar& the S OVi.Y IfflTTjinY that will be drawn this Y Before the Arth uFfTlTs'jvuTN TlT SWIFT and Co. rrspcrtfully reqaest their Friends (n obiterve, that nil who inieml to .-tdfentnre iu Ibe present STA'Jlv LOni.RY, mQ>l purchase before lhe SdHi of THIS MONTH, asonthiitdav the whole Lottery will be drawn. There are only o,000 Numbers, and the Scheme contains the following CAPITAL PRIZES 4....................of................;�.?0,000 4____of...........,e.S,000    8____of........1,0Q0 4....of............siaj 11....nf.........1600 Besides ^100, =�50, Ac. &c &e. ALL TO BF,   DRAWN IN ONE U^Y. Tickets and Shares are selling at Swift ami Co.'s Offices, No. 11, Poultry ; Nu. 12, Cbaring-Crossj aud No. 21, Aid-gate Uigh-strect. !E t;oMP.in Duty. ! l.i�cstii�nlT:cr,.\huuities,and Children's Endowments granted, wpquitahle.jjiil ydvanlHgeousTerms.-Solicitors and others tlloMred a Couimiss:ou on briiiging>L!fe Insn|^nccs to this Oflice, . -        �" FlftjUNG STOCK"Jns8rcilsH-2�. percent, ]_        "    ' . "   WILLLAM BURY. SeCMnry. 3XAS FIRE ASU LIFE ASSUIIAA'CE COM PAN Y '      . . ivONOON.  - PERSONS whoh^ve asstJ��d^at this OlTiCe are A reqaesied to tak* liotita?, that. Policies expiring at .Mi-''';'f'"'a'-ilijy ncjt, shdald be reniBived at that period, or �itliio 15 days thereafter. 1 enuiis desirous of enrreaiing the amount of their Assur-iiKri in con^-quence of tbe ineteiu�d'price-of building ma-irriids, ate iufonued, that no additional ctpence of Policies b Wrurred at ihrs-Oflic'eV � " �  ' ' L .^'"'^"^V-B are anionif the advantages derived from ef- SJI* *^ diS b'Oice,Tiz__ PreiM^^^* |s l>.ijid in. case af- Fire without any additional TjatFarailnjStock-isnssarcd.'wUbwjfan average Clause, That DaiK|igc tjyLightnin)} js ioad� ROod. That McKhandize in the Weft iDdia Docks u aSinrcd at J.^'*^"JW!es are issued,amrFndotsemenls and Surveys ^ Pri     "f^PWfe to the assured.  ^fiJJnsalsnSay b*had,dh;�ppl}f*ii�aat ihe OfBce gLoniloD,i>-to respetaivirAgefltSMi EdirtlWrgh,6I.T�g.iw, psdo'iB �      giVie* shift I'otvas iu Ue Uoitcd * ".   Bv Ordetof tW Cnard� ^_�e;L''nduH,.S  Registry of As-u^reiiniretl. A-laise-Commission allowed to Solici-otherpenaasptocarins Insurances. W.BEETHAM, Stcretarj. O^eWjfTTrWv V!u',^r'r^uru '     l'\ ' uf c.i.h J.-M at lU lime uj Sal.; r.,a,rihc rv,nain-ier of I hi .S SATURDAY, the 7lh OCrOBKll, VmJI b.'     ,,,,,,?,, ^..1 ,j.,i!l, ,:nd the l\,nicuUn Ul-n a,ca, ,t't/,ir. published, price Sixoence Halfpenny, or Seven S'lil-     c;t;ht u-nhins i^nj-: nfierw.irJs, l/ic Drpu^il kHIIc furfrilfd, lines per Quarter, a New Wr:i;Kl.r I'.aitii. enliiled, J'lie     and I Iu-lioiid> rtninln the yroifii n ,,it!ie Cretan. State \i the ea It. NORWICH and YARMOLTH COCIU Kll; .t, .N.r-folk, Siiff.ilk, Kssfx, nnd Cnmlirid^e, .Agricuimr.il, :inil Commercial Advertiser ; under the Sanrtion a-il I'.iU.wKi^je of many leading Cbafnclers of the i;ounty of Niirfiili. The Proprietors have had thi> plan some time un.ler eon-sideralion, a'.id have mide exlen^ive pnpar.ilinns tn inlrn-duce fiieli an impartial Print as liiey cuittdenlly tr.ia will merit Ibe suppoil of a discerninc pnlil.e. I'hey have appointed resident Kdilnrs iu the above cnnnties. fnr llie pnr-p;)se of obtaining the lor.il intelliijeiice. This P.iprr, in order tliat it may onlain the la'est intelligence pu-.3iljie, will be printed in London, and published every S.itur.lay iTiorrii:^ at the above Ollire in Norwich, w'jere Ailverii^enienl-, 0\-dersforthe Paper, &c. are received, .ind by the tuiloiving Agents :- Atlleburgb, Mr. II. Franc!, ; Ayl-bam, Mr. Overfnn; Buckenhaia, ilr. S.iniuel ilnll ; Bungay, Mr. William .-Mjle; Bi-ry, Mr. l.ochMnod ; Beccles, ' Air. S.-sipuel Cauermmil; Blowfteld, Mr. M.itlliew Mane; Cambridge, Mr. Dei'tlilnii; Colchester, Mr. William Haven j Dorking. Mr. .Inlin I lull : Downhain, Mr. (ieorg:- .^c.iriiell; F'akenliani, Mr. Siew.iri.-oii; i;itto, Mr. CilUit : Gar=boUU�hara,      Mr. John Welts; Unit, i\'r. Al. Massingham; llar^leton. Mrs. .A. Carman ; Jlaleswnrth, Mr. \V illiam Harper ; Harwich, Air. Ipswich, Mr. C. Bnlfely ; Ditto, Mr. Jiihn /f;in.i; Li.ddon. Mr. Balev ; J.owe.-li.ffe, Mr. Robert Allen; Lynn, Mr. Pigge ; Ditto, Mr. W. W liiltrnghain ; Ni-wnwrkef, Mr. Robert fiogers; N�rlii WaHham,    Mr. R. Baker: Reepham, Mr. T. M. .\Inore; Swali'ham, Mr. John Cl.irke; Shipdham, Mr. T. Watl nt, JBn. Thetford, Mr. Samuel iNHll^'j Uitto, Mr. V'.illiain ( ai|. n; VVellS, Mr. Itoherl Mindliain Woodbridgp, Mr. Benj. Gall, jnn. �VVymoiidham,        Mr. bradlirld; Ditto, JNIr. S>der; Yclverlon, Mr. II. tihamberlin ; Yarmouth, Mr. Re.-iri; Ditto, . Mr. Keynier; Ditto, Mr. Pyk!a.:il ; Kye, Mr. R. Ho..n ; Siixmundhnm,       Mr. R. Sinplier; Stowmarkel, Messrs. 'i". W. llveretl    Son, Had.eigh, Mr. T. L.Terry; Jliiigh.'iiii, i!r. Thmnno Carr; Dereham, Mr. 11. Calt�n; Walton, Mr. F. Oldfield. The 7VORWICU .and YARMOLTH COURIER will Have more claim to be termed a Salurrtuy Paper than .my pubVished in these Counties, on account of iis h.-ivlng the same News a� the London Papers, delivered on Saturday in j N-rwich, .and of course such .as cannot appear in Country 1 Papei"* until the following Week. i    This Paper will onlain nil Foreign and Domestic Iniel-I ligence that t.l ri-speclahility, in ihniougn repair, with an . xten-ive u alleJ garden, ollicc-S, e,c. silunle in the centre (if 1 Vj:irres of lanJ. The I.slate pusstS'S the advantages of e.vcrlieat ueiglibou.iliood, cnnt!g�iiy to good market .and po-t tow n,, .a-id to two packs of luutids. 'i'he whule is freehold, and l]ie land l.ax redeemed. 'J'he modern and elegant(ixlures and furniture m.ay he t.aken, if agreeable to llie purchaser. - Immediate posse.-sion may be had.- For a plan ti'iitioi';U -ienii.mints of Ihn I a--arj, the Ciil'is, ihe t'icrrns, ami rill ti;�e Conscrp^. lalheisof the .N irjeteenth. Century ; wh'i, we m.ay hope, will burn wHh .ar.inur to elpousc i.:eir Cnuntry's cause, and re cue such of i:-genirnusijopiilaUon .as luivc been drawn within the V'nrlex uf SeditKiu. It IS panicu'iurU rccominenr'.er! ti> tjie patron.ose of Mcni-Uer-of all (he leririn-d andJJhcr.-.I I'rnf.-s-ions, the numerocs i 1 lenenilfntCounlry Geiitlejnrn,. the npulent Landholders, a-d above all, the CJerfj, ai Imse-acre;] cailin.'is the con- of this Past of the United Kingdom. This Print will he in Folio, win mnlain 5j broad Columns, and be printed nil the largest Pa(ler allowed. The Scale for Advertisements will at "onrc convince Ihe Public of the Proprietors'intention to rondurl this toncern with libe'ralily. And in order lli.it those Persons v*h6 favour the Courier Vvitb their Adveitiserornls may ascertain their insertion, nnd bC'fMrnished with a copy, a Paper will h'B (punctually forwaj^ded to them, gratis, the days on which Ihey appear. , ,   . Printed for the Proprietor by Joseph Bucknell, at the London Office of.THli JKORWICH AND YARMOUTH COURIEK, No. 143, Fleet Street, where Advertisements, Orders for the Pnprr, and Conunuoicationa f^r ihe Editor, are received, and alio by Mr* Wbiie, No. 22, Warwick Square, Londoo. liiijr .1/ iin."       -  - I -............^      � � ^  f    uui , luuil  ni.ide to refiUe felilion in ail its dete-talile miijalions. ll is ir.lrn.I'-d t.i previve in this Register, all State Ooca-ents, bai.i highly import.ant feature of it will be a prompt ud spirited .'icview of all Polilic.il Pamphlets as soon men! and ihev maynpp<-nr. i HK HlsTOItY OF THi: POLITICAL LIFE AJVD WRITI.NGS OF VVlLLl.^M COBBLTT. will be com-mejir.ed in the first Number, and continued every week, till concluded.   

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