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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FBiDAY. OCTOMER^-im. _ . .f-HBIfRT ASTON BARKER'S Vk. ' .\-    T t ^   lit � lee iistaBt, on' *      - -^le*APU to ci^liler my ' >�''-b�'f��re which i,trae, nil persom mils* regliicr the �ame *itD i^llArtonwilhwhrch'  U�e Clerk. ' �v uld _______ ,.it. mi? ��Ill ttr yoiir'na-.ojMNKibned by tlMfmalr of yu�r wip. -    iWBftwiptoced 'of �, Um d&tinctioa ta which I ajtdCielitlrmen,- Uead . JAltES Man�.M; n.�if this Jluspi-Viieb of 5i> Blind Prhons, in I be liillewed bv 'other beno-this I*iiMic Noiice, I made to Mr. Hcthe-^_ Jift.aiidh* Wlll,.ihey )ti�M�y^^�|Mards of if $o/eni��^e, ~'^^bMJmTe,:|tfi..iatt�v life more cumfortklile tinder the .3HS^.^-^'-^  'iRlCHARD corp. ClcrTj. inBiid> by dfinml^Upuikntc* a .-nine?, (Nnt.ont' tbe .piirtieaiariyHa! . f-Obid'si ��> life hud, � .fJM^i �r^�t beat fli'huse'i^ have aotafiained itie greKeiit lW6ibhahw ^aile, bay he ex> (leditiow/lv instructed in the uio..t priyateinanuer, to qualify, (Hea^ for tW flrviasemhlie$^ on np|tlicatiuh at his residence,* .boaj:h���hersl.|j[n)l, Fi'ster-lnne, Cbeapsidc. _ iNGLTSH and foreign PUBLIC LIBRA-fiYt'No.50,:Ct>piiult-slreet, New Boud-slreet.-COL-lORVvm^rcipecitfHlly snliciis the atteniion of those La-JefabduetiUetnea who have not tJready honoured this In-stitvtkn'irUhlh^ panoaage, and tintieri hinisclf that by tbetll\ifono aitentinnihey will expeririice,nnd by the extcii-� live aTTaageoicnts he hosadopted f�r nii immediate nnd nban-dantsiipiiiV of vj\ new Works, KKrci^n as well as English, that be slrnli aflord (hein coaiplete Siitisfuction. "BcioKtseot to Subscribers (in'boxfs) to uU ports ef the Ktegdom. The New Cnlnlogue, with the terras of Subscrip-l&tms to lie had of the L,ibrarians.. Tim Greditirs of PRYCE EDWARDS, Esq. late of Talgarth, in ttm County of Merioii(tli,.and iif luiley Pairk, in the County of Northampton, drcrai^ed, are desired in send an Account of their Uemiuids to the Rer. Robert Davies,.of Townn, near Machynlleth, in the County r Monlguuiery, one of his l^seciitors, or to Alessrs. Graham, KindeFley,':md Uomville, ijolicitors, Lincoln's Inn, Loudon; nod all Persons indebt>^ to the Kstjitc of the said Pryce ]'Mwards, are desired to-pay (hnr Debts to the said Robert Davies, or to the said Messrs. Grahahi, Ktuderlev, and Dumville._'   ' rpHE Crcditars of JOHN PaKKINjjO^X, lale jL of Watling'Slreel, in th�r City of London, Mer, chmii, (who h;ive u"t ulrendy received tlie snroc) mayfi^pjve a farther, beiii^ a Stviyith. DiviJeml of Three Sjtiilbigs la the Pound nn ttie amount Af their rrspeetive Debts, ttyapiJ jilytng every Tuesilu'y anil Tliursday, tietwccn ibe hours of Twelve and Three, at llie Chambers of Messrs. Mnnley .ind J. and W. Lowe, No. 2, Taiifield-court, Temple, to iign u receipt for the sump._^_____ INDIA SHAWL WARIiHOUSK.-Ladies or , Oentlrmc-n desirous of purchasing CURKMDS INDIA Sii'AWLS have n.iw .in o|tportimitY of itispectio;; the most superb selection cverhefore oflered fot'sale, at WAITM M AN and EVKRINGTON's Shawl Muslin and Linen Warehouse, Idii Fleet-street, comer of New Uridge-stieet, where they luav.also receive the full valuc-for SImwIs. N. B. Thev are now introducin^.a variety of new and elegant British Shawls copied from the ijiosi approved India designs, which are to be had at their hoa^ exclusively. rpO MERCHANTS and others, who have Jiot A' tiihe to p> fnr from London.-To bi: SOLD, the Lease of a very pleas.-iiii IJOCSi-I, in the Hc Bill retained. GTi-ennck, g8lh Sept. 1809. _    .    . TO PARENTS AND gIIAUDLANS. PHILOSOPHICAL and CLASSICAL INSTI-TUTION, Commercial Uall, under Uie Superintend-ance of the Rev. D. F. PRYCE, A.M.-The Public are reipectfoily informed, that im the 9th ln'tunt Mr. I*r)ce intends opening a Lecture Room in the Comoierriul Hall, /or llic Education of Youth in the higlier bnniclies uf i'lii-losophical and Clasiica.1 Literature. The pl.in on wliidh Mr. I*rjcs intends to proceed is quite new, and he flatters himself will be found locompri^ .ill the advantages peculiar to the School and Uoiversity-m>-lliodj of Edocilion, and to beexeraptfrnib the mHststrikiug defects of either System. ' PenlTns desirous of further iufunnatinn afe requested to apply to Mr. Godwin's, Juvenile Library, Skinoer-htfeet i ur to the Rev. P- F. Pryce, No. 9, Sloaite-streti. Mr. P. likewise proposes to receive two young Qenllemeir into bis houie, as Private t*iipils.__ TWENTIETH of the PRESENT MONTH the WHOLE of the STATE. LOrrURV will he drawn in One Day. CJICHARDSON, GOODLyCK, and Co. re- jEm> spectfuUy remind the Public, that all Purchases in llie present Lottery n)n�t he made before the 20IJi instant, as tlio whole Drawing will be decided in Twelve Hours. Only 5,0J0 Numbers-Four Tickets of each Number. CAPITALS. i............."f-.--.....i.ieM,0CO 4....... .-.of......�5,m 4........of......  9,000 8..............�1000 12........of......   500 BY his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent;- ROASTING JACKS, uporfan entire aew-and oniver-sally B|iproved Pr(nctple,-constraclrd so as to requir*: neither Lines, Weight, or Puflies; to act verlirallv nnd horizontally at thesauie Umf. They are adapted to Kitchens of every Descripuoir,! andjmrtlrnlnrly to tow Xitchens; also sach tu wilipoladffliitof a.iiiuoke Jack, The Works beinc all in-dowAare. protected from injiiry, irregularity, and ilust; rroib^the simplicity of the comtrdcticn, not liable to be otoidih'.-; !To*esOen in ose daily, and bad of MARRIOTT, 6l�,FJeet-stn-ei, and out jb'*iLTIIAM, toy, St. MMitlu's-lnne.-Bja. Siro. U. la.- 2. CaiVarv, on the Death of Christ, 2 Vols. 12s.-"J-Lodiad, anl^pic ]?Oem; li. Is.-1. Observer, a Colleirtion of Ess.iys, 3 Volvl5>. Also his various Novels, Plajs. &c. TWs day Js published, in Seven large Volumes, Svo. iirice 41. 4s bwirds, printed i^or Luckington, Allen, and Co. inshurv. 3 GENERAL SYS- OF NATURE, includingtlie Discoveries of modem Naturalists and Societies.  Translated by Dr. Turton. - With a Life of the Autlipr, a Diclionnry of Terms used in N.-Uiirai llistprjs. expUinatory copper pl.ites, &c " The great 'labour wbica the General S>stcm of Nature musLh.i>e cost the Translator, and tbe judicious .id-. ditioa� lind observations which he hns made, would demand a niorcextensivcexamination, were.>ril the work of snch a nature as all niitoralists, or even amateurs nt mil ural subjects, will think it necessary to possrs-, without any iabimred re-comraendaitun from us.'!-Vide Auti-Jacobin Review, Oct. 1808. .      , "But few copies of the above vniunble worlt rem.iin-ing on hand, it will be advanced to five guineas at CBrislmiis next,     _-,   -__� tJRAVEL AND STONE. ICKMAN'S PILLS, for the GRAVEL and __STONE; area certain cure for that' most painful .ind di-tres>ing complaint the stone and gravel, in ag its vari..ns _  ,    ^ ---------r--->-o , fomift, i�,}omb.igo, and excniciating p.un in the bowels. . . Way-Hili Fair, are Informed thaflhcSAtlSBUCY | This ilj-'eo!* is known to proiJfedfrom a faulty secretion i iaodlANDOVER COAOUES,~srt out ,�ftlly.at> Qunrter : theTiiduC>s,conhecied_Wiih Ih*^ of their veisels pastThrv^iq the Afterooon, from the BELL SAVACEi i ThetL�e nrtticKmaiili Pills, byhraeing tbe�e organs, riifor  ^ - Liidgatfcihill, and tetartft for Lbudon flfom Itie Three SWmis, ! the �fcretjon pEthe npoe jlo 9 braltb y state^ and prevents the , Salisbury, at hatfopait Thfee, and the Catherine, Wheel,,  farther production of that matter which forms stime and jrra- : AiaW, ^tkalf.nasfcSi�, V 1' VeL -lt^tfi'-*�icto�iH t�rivn�ei^^ : ' *r nyl�|tOtKTERatt*ArATCHAM  .  ' ^..^"-fc^-mlwr. who hav* h.,, ^^.^ K, i^iJ ' If; B. Trbcktef^ c4�  Dfl^   m� the leftJIand throogb t]iettletniy,>Otto�i(((f Bel VSavMe, Yard.  .      _ -i InaKj-ai*, .. jBl.t (D OoCide FaftS        iffOI^ 0 ............... "..... Temple of the Musrs, Finslmrv. Gilt CHi\ilLES LINNE': l^tEM YICTtJ.ALL.iNG-OKKICE. Sept.   n   .-^)9. THE C^imnittionert fo)r FulueBing Mis Ma. �ty's .ff^ftl 'fo hereby give AipMce: iliat u.i Tue�� a&v; the Vi^Jiiif' October R�t. they willi-i ri'ailf to I ere oe Tenders itf^xirUingt (*<^*d �p ) ami Irtai Jnr ��i:U VIN K-ftARthaUlfeiienuuiiiM^rortbeservirc of tbis Department fnr the Jpdce-of Twelve Months certain,from th�- 9th of N*-vemlterneitt, and fuhlier oBlil Six Mombs warniiig shall be given J to be ielivereii from lime (0 limf, ot r-qairali, into Hvs 'iUjett/t yietualUn^ S/oriw Al Deplforil,- and 16 Ac paid for by �i(i's payable, Mh interest, uincly dai/iajter The eSHdUions of Iht Cohtricti May ik tteti^af the Seert-lary't Office. , � S0 regard mill be Mint- to my T  tMaktsrhe TtMdec, or.sovni Pertafi an-his tftalf, at, lendt to im%mer iek n falUfl for '        ' 7ii       IJ-I ��--.'_____' _ I qfftcers of Hit Mqfeifg* 0t4. THE Prindpal _ . . nance do heretygio' KOtice, iidl^Htr^poMils-wiU berf -'m,'mWt&9oj( fi? �/british and FOREIGN IRON f��r the Service *f this Utpartmfilt, tor a period of Three Yeai^ Palttnaoflhe Aft.ite ntdgSe Vtftced upoii appUeatioHat the Principal StoreKerper's Office in the Tower ritkere further particulary, together tgith the Terms and VoHdititiiii ^f the Contract, in�
                            

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