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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TFEBXfESDAY, �;.--;7.r---- . OCTOBER 4:. 1809. Ki^iJtetfPgJnRSrO*^ STOCK. i^&fmxrme reeei>Qon\ have mi-f with ;J5iM.�4*�ni��''y��*�''''c our Voic. uSMl^i^Myt^ Ballot.      ,    �    . R. IIOBERTON'S LECTURES on MII>- iVJL WIFIiRV"-�)n Frio.^, l.t;icei>Ufr.slrcrf, Lei-ceElrr-sqHaivi ijr'at Mr. Bell's MBStum, No. 10, where the Lecinrw wilfcby jriivcred.    .,  ... _ COLLEGE..^..Mr. COLJO- .HCTUKKS on ilie fATkOLOGY "F pvmber, at tweJire ' Iid�r. n-il-Genrtpmtn, '   Yauf friiilffpl ban^bjp SMwnt; '  �  .     JO%(ff. B�..^p.fiN: XAY'tJOR. t .CoiiimW^c: iftfet-'daily^nt. the Ctt.v of jMJntMiyJjI^I^.ConqHUWikatiyns.^  he- 7ANTEIJ,. in a rpsp^cUblc i ASSISTANT, well versed in the >lqeo(i nf my. Mtipition. �F4lie, Bdeliti'. lijiilwal' If ia. vimr mfnice, khould iiuie- ipi^jdWIi af the- Iviug's Hca  d ii>. AYOUNG L.VDY is wauled to Eoccate TniiEE mttLg Gints in-a Family intHe ComiirY. Jt b rl^q|lj.^ Ibntylie be of tfte Jutahlis-Vd .CbMrcb, and Cinable uf teiichiD^ ttte l-j>ej ^abl^-^Jiel![e# <|iibt^paia^ A        to M. R. No. 5, Mt�nHed4A.   .'^     �        ' '  OFFICE OFORDNANCtj Sfpt..S9, THE Prim'pal OJicers of His ,;^{ijeitttf's Ord. nance du'hereiy give nolice, t/int Pnposalsicill 6e re ceivad at. Ilidf IVftre. ^in PiHl Mall, iii or btfore Fri-dJiY. n to Ti,, Md at^ta^tom-V^p Slai�ford,'iio ISniJUf^ST^ysifid^ the Chair i t'^lo^gfmfi rmincirt Eur _iniprey ia�*OiStilPy.Ihrirpfoc�-fd-. 'jbkJiA? tfttke Ms$or>f ibi* Corffpnawji i auA _[5c more of the Covmitfte mny act.' tt^e- fii)t!iwit>S--perciNH dit (pna the Coni> " ' "*   be empoveml- by^ibis At'wtivg in np-_____i oflandij^tirfeil tb i�. place vHi. Itdr^ or (icii- tlerien desirons of nurcbasiiv; "ciiriaiu India Shawls hare' mm anwwportimity of inspecting' tW Idrxesl calWiiou. ever sern. oil tijyk at V^ILLtAftf ana IJATIU JKRKMV's H>tii.iliu,fLinen, and Sbawl Reoou, >o. U9, Strand, near SmutCftictUomr, ' N.'UiTliiti' c) mav:feiiw�.W i& nwoi. tJC f.4l6w�!in>y n'litei^heoeT. *V^e':fJi� I'aWic **oli \Khran.of ,4oo |^jJc>r�rtM;e,||liialft�m;ibe iStIr -.rfttibrebadrr; and^'nntVss ftlienMelviijarlcJly wiihin SS^Jf entWy fn.it. tibodoV and to/ai i     . *�li�r�lWBe-hrfcoJjaT�. ------^        ;i|l of tbe i'BTcbaser.-Apply to &Uty.er� 35, ;telcesfer.�iu.ire; or nt OlarK". linbd-tcry ArHrehuUie^ fitood-itreet, (^Idra.'fquurc.-^abliRg if re-qnliyd. '__' I'QRTUGiL CLOAKS. WARRANTED IMPESil- TRABLE TO WET. �OUf/SFpRD.sndSEKJKAiVT, Mififary Tai, lors, and Manufjclurcfj of Water-proof Cnmlilct, to tlirir Rpval Iljgiiaoscs the iVuice of y\ tiled and-Duke of York, Itave tU* houirar to Inform tbe NoUjIily, Gicnt ry, and their Friends, thJvt experience baviii^ proved this article to btj p.cttVetly impi^trabte to vetfor  4^uai�t^iid ii^t.their Military Warehouse, N(>. 4,^ S>iuihaniptun.stitlet, Stian^, where. ] UUicrn Joining" the Annjror N^iy ore cnin]iletely equipped, ] *.� tbe.nbovfCIoaks.i>eti^al�va7S. ready, of different ' �Ui:'. cau beseptafl^itUoi^t delay. BlStt rcspeclfHHyj*fljilnls the Public, that ^ �the STAT4i LOTTJvRiY not only be^in* but finishes on; Fridiw the 20th ofXhU Muji^ i tbtrefore n'l,*ho wish to ha�e a chance to gain EI^HT-y THOUSANIJ POUNDS b.y the p.i)ri|tiaie of asingle Number,, must t>uy before tho I-ir&wiiig- bc;:iii$, as Uie Whole jiiotteiiy, ransisiine of mOOOMn Prices will be decided in ON El) AY. -Ti'dteis and Shares are fel||pDg;}n great viirleiv lit his oM tsinlilisbcd OflSces inXondon^ Anrf|by fabfAi^n'^ in the Cmui-t ;RStlKS in Jbe GQi/NTItY � May'besappIied,'lh�nUBea�if pn5ent,I)V Ending Iheiror-l�l(�,f|in#jM;�aiTfagepafd;) acconnanied with good, blllj, ciiJi,lvinfc nfllM^ or post office ordeiS, to either of jbisold 'ei-liibibhed Office's, -N�t;4, OOUNltlLL, or 9. CHARING CROSS, l^ndon; . r. ficEc ail Hosiorss in tJie Pub^c fluad�'i�trar�3ciea.riqmred, into '< Iiii ifajefty\ yicluaitiifg^ Stores at lie^lfttrd ; and to be ' pairf fof by Bitls pay'dSU, teilh inleresti 'nUiety days ajter dale. ' ' I TAt umXUotU of the Contract, may be sien at the Secre- �� tory'� aj/ice. ,   - | no Ttgard mll'be Jial to any Tender in vTiich iTic pncc i tballpotbeinsfrted in .KO.rds at terigfh, or thai sknll nnt lit t dtUtered to Ihy Runrd f-efare Otte p'ClocM vu the smu \ Tuesday,', �n.' tilllti maka tko'Tinder, or some Penon on Aii l-ehalf, at i ftnds In anipttiihtn ifttled for.   _ VICTUALLING-YARD, DEPTFORU, September ^B, 1819.. TIfESE ore fogfpe Notice, that o/j Thursday, . tike 5M lifOclalti^nejet, at Elevrn Clock in the Fore-noion predx&ly, Kill be i.xpjsind to \'K}HIj\.C S.At.l>;, aLJlia jUfJealui.'ticlniilliiig Yard at i)cptfttrd, saudry Lois of the Jitllopaihg Pruiisioas and yiclaalUtig SloreK, r'iz. B;eiu|,l M.iujr, Raisins, Rice, I'c.ise, Oujmeul, Pot Ra'-Icy, Hakehnnse Sweepings, C-tllavanccs, i'i;if;s and Rags, Sugar, Bujiar,;Cheese, Beef, PQjrk, Suet, Empty Fi>h barrels, and a parcel of Fire Wood,  ji /)ejil:*u is in a certain degri-e formed tipnn fh."* of tlie Bruatiiiit Wine C-iinpany, wbicb, ini(ep<;i|de�t ot siaiin^, that, aided by eeveral of my nhi Military Frifrw'.s, t�o 4ir wh�m hiive already ailyanced 53'Ml-1 have now Ct>m-mi-nc'd it as a private concern, .-ind every Gentl^naitt/if life nljove-mruiionra descripiions.-who may be icclined ti^comc f-TiMird, will receive from mc a full expTanatiun of the plan, the .�icciirily to .be giveo,';4:c-.and .ilsiifro^ S (o 12 per cent, for ^.is liio'iicy, aVroid'ng to the jperiod .(say from one to live ye.irr|. itisit be may ft-main-ii di/rinant p.irlfier; wJlti liberty to refjreata ilay's miticc.only hoivever receitingd per cent, fill- tre llircc ii(9t'.-tnd also forlhelhree bist months.   ' LVcott'siged thstsP^rehy th^jippfol?**'*?" "f every Mili-Mrv Itliinto whhin mv iii;in has becii snbmiitrd, I beg leave, i piililiely .eamently, and anxioaslyi tp solicit the poA-erful   d I lionoifriib* proiectloii and pairu'iage pE. the iJruiih .^rmy uvi4 J(avv iiitiiis nutleitakir^. iiidependeut �f feelingitif sdf-idtercst, arising from the ariVtiiAagMio be enjoyed tiv those wliojoin me, fn.v rlaini on ibat patronage as a priv.-ite Wine Mfcrchant, most rrsp-ct-ful'y preferred, is soon 5t.:ilcd... fonni^rrV for'n few years ilitb^^rm5',7�3)drim known ^ o^itaSfljosidwiM'ga'Shed J.ftad'rs..; 7lsba4^-lost six br'>t4i5r4-in-l':iw"in mi; set'vjce, and have at thiSjhuuiieni a ' hn)t%^;>tai*.o nd;si^ iiej)hewi, actual^ sea to iniyiy This day are publishrd, in Oct;ivp. price 5s. in boards, FACTS, .establishing t\vc KlBcarv of the ()P[. ATE FRICTION in SPASMODIC and HKBRILE DISEASES ; also Outlines of n. ('Inn to invesli^.afe tbe'iV.-i-ture. Causes, and Method of Cure of Hvdrophobia iind Te-tana�.-�liy iMIClL\HL WARD, late Surgfoo to Ibe Manchester Infirmary, &c. Printed for R. HickerstaT, corner of Essex-street, Strand, London; and R.and W. I}ean, Manchester. ONLY" FIVE THOUSAND NUMBEitfi. Grand STATE LOTTRRT. on a new mid highly improved-Plan, to he drawn in one Day, 20tb Ocjtob-r 18U$L HOnGES{� Paine, and Co. stock Jj^rokcrs, 149, Oxford-street, Bnd44, St. J .mes's.'Btreejt, fire now srllihRlbeTlcket* and Shares in the present tnijy (jilA{NU STATE JLpTTERY, cont.-iining 2 0,000/. io Ctiiiithl and other Pri?^.. .   , ^ . . The very jsiiperior nd vant-iges of thie present Loitrrj,are theo'n, bv Adventurers havin^a "ure Chance of all'lliegr.Tnd Capital PrJ^fS.as the. whule will be draifJi ioone ttiyjiiKb of October, ISlM), and on. wbirh day tile inUnente Su."" of 280,000/. may be gained by one Narnher; andM�iv,'ili:'it trl-sieitd of wititiiig in Qnxioatsu.'^pencp, as in all ,,fo^;r. Lnt.le-ries, the fortunate ^Purchaser, In mi* may atoncii'Jrecetve tt Nnlife Independence..    .   _ -r^y        . v � Wji^itpiRi oil thc,l9*^�t .iniweyonljl ich 1 am. BEA.UTJIF.UL WOMEN i�h to Beauty i� .'"perflnnns amlAtm?, MUB'Elirii RdSKATE . _ diately rfmoves them, ii un ele^jj^t ariide,"i7erfVctly'^n-n^'f'WM^>��! pleasant touse. Price4s. j .psj^wpiq. one par- . the Propnetor, No. �, Rns�mBrrer, Cnrent- Qjl - � - - . JiHigb, GrogsDiVf. ham eii'to I�t'cxcc*ited ByiKe-bniitcsab;oad, vitl  or ni.iy hereafter be coii^cctitd.' - I have WHj'eslre to pujlithis harness iinpraperlyfnrwari?. Tif^V0vnim>|(M-ii.j��i>.tBjda&>e4iiU!. i^Hil) nj-i.si cerjaiiriv ,pro4iJce to'such of uh'iglily boiioorime and m ritoijSiartt.vs nr^e'nileinen lis may.join In jt, nitisl-bu �ii'licie.tly i)bri,>�D.�. imd to their consiiicration, to lioic, and to its awn ineri^V, X leave ir.       ; ' � -'^ . It may he prop.cr tn mention^ that the ide.T of n MllUnry Wine Coinp;ihy.- .-ut^ested itself to me mariv years sign, or;-finntina; in a certain decree from cirniin'tances ivhicli hnd ! c'ccurred to my|fjf, and also fioni ri-flfrtins oiion tiic very � tew ways.- in ifhicli ^.ntlenlen retiring fr'ni tlip service, i riiiOd employ their sir.nll rapitals with s;ifply and advantase, I so as to assist in providi::^ fur their fani:lies, or liitrca^ing the ComforU of tlielF decll.nin;: ye.Tr..". The proof sheet of i!ie original Pro-prrliisof iheCompany, as a public ufle, \Ta-.Tlsif(irinte': O SUIT'S PROPS are now prepared by Sl^j-nad Ed- I *ard8,;S6, oBiibe F"�t-way; St. Paid't.Chtir|eh-y*M,-Suci ^ xefspia^p.Jwrph Wcisels. ' . ^ , Ttie JeniUi Dr�i� haye been long known nind esteenfrd;^- fafe, cbetyr, effi^troLantJ often; .na imnwdW ---.        .      , a,-.^.,.a -iStranguary, Cfcirts, ^^�S*He�i of the KirtneysSrB^%r� i f�^|Mtftsex�A:4ll^ fi**C^*rt luid vriifo tKk^aQ(.th*jfi(M tl6i6� by _  DAyW"S�ARtrN.-Tlvi%lnitaJtmbl�;p.omnp�iti wtth hidf thif iii�wd:iprtttrj praducA -^lititiftftt tirillijiUf jejl blackeir^t beheld,.aflprds peculiar riotlri^hm.ent to the lea-' ibpt, .will iii>is(>il the ffnen^lineii. is perfectly ffec frqiaany a9(i>eas(Uitsn)eli> aiid wiH4VtaiaitS:^viElae9;in aay climhi?. Whalcsalie; by Day and.ldailin. att^cMaiiafactoci,' Up; 97, Highjlplhori?, �ttm',^^^^^h!^^9i^aB.^BcK. .tr�tv_W.lS9.,8(),^pj^^ taitet the priocipiit Bvdtqutkdn, Ferfdmers, and Oilmen to 'til^Meicopolis, a�d in every town tbtoyg^t thfe'Utl^ted lifcgdow. to�ine boltto,-it* li.4iil.Ah4--       /    � --       �, ^ M � - JfEAUfr*"* .The^oicest^MiijigiJKii , ThaiMah caa*sb. ffe* � Jt''jfiiM is theme�f�df�^.,-tenrbld |^i*!Cl1�rdm:  ItfadeBMbd. d'-'ea*,*P'~'^''"' ^^BHOE^'iw^djted ^1 .     � b?*tNB�fQ] ^rwmimati.., : lidten.iritKsfffetifl ,rt�'*!p�cifi� Remedi?'wltfftiirJ*s�jitsDropt^^     ,     , 1%^ nbM;4e}>r(dt|lt�iitiiade oh the property of the Pro^ prison, �c5mV�s)J�iTv�,*i�ty;t!tVii tie �i1tJKe59eia^^Pf^thSr JJouse wjhod^ ant* M*i wal^lii S'wjxwwrs .tp.'ffi-- s;: St. Panl's OhiirpS^aj �yard,-rtthdutt -re .Ssjinies. j^Kfc.I^^|Jpps^iigw ,�n^ , i*o, 47, South^mpton^r^, b% cbfiMilied cyery lOth-Edif' large CTtlnriiilc of rectitude. - FRANCIS A RMSTROKC. Cftunliog-hnusPand cellars are fitiing-up at my /toufc, 14,. Salisbnry-atreet, Strand: temporary cell.lrs, 12, BoUvcrie-ftreet, Flfe<-�treci. ' 15th September, 1809. To the Cnrions in the Appearanre of tlitir Boots Sliocs, Harness, .lud Saddles. "^WO ComptViitidtis of an oneqjualletJ Natnre, :'.ilARV''EY'9 LIQUID BLACKING for I'.oots, Sftbc?,-and HarncJS, and HARVEY'S LItJUlU for Boot To^sand Saddle.', are fubmilled to public attrii.tinn ; thkv are�qn�pqs*diif .lngiedienls,veiy iniitriilous to lejilher, rn-tifely different frotii nil Fluidsaseri fpr similar p"rfi ses,aii'd ,'jctmii theifqualilies ip al( t.limates; no ctress is I.iiJ on their J34, Louver Thmnes-slreet,n.ear.LoB-.loa Brt ^B3ePsVD|M)fPS'�pd SPkciFK; ' establ%ad ffectaally eradicate l^lfee       iicond^ietisPo.-i Rel9U|� tlolfoi&v^cdicide Warte- ItaijJSdy.af 2!(.:^i(|9*b ; and, by .^-.t^rand iMSiPifi^ Minor   

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