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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Mty^DkYy OCTOBER 23, 1809. PRICE SrXPENCE.nALFPEN]!>IP7. KlNGfS THEATRE. ROYAL JArBIWBE.-l  IJxNGLlSJf ^I'&d  tosrtber,wi}Ji^Slier�y-iMid Port, (Vintage 3 v^;LiS;^.4lU.beca,,^rted into a Ga,\ND S\. Tmprlrial Chinese Paguda, supporied l>y " iIfoo-reiit u-es, of the feet ill ^�arifCit��J#�l�9. re;�r�;seiiliiig thft interior j,^J^,;,Pa|W*�f'��^Nang; aud occupying ~~ 80 np/'udl '''^^^ as they chuse, aad (o^OQl^MISTRliSSES.-To be Sottf, a ^hy ^i^4^rtitUe Sliui)tion.rur alargeand rrspi'Ct- "   jfes^tSW^^'jlbin a feif iiules of hTJc ftirn. Cor-" iSwEMoWepf-Mf/Hodgson, Sutionw, Great Marjlioue- a.MESf'^NGt. of the .Inhabitants of Man-L ciifrt*r.�nfr5J^^t)d,.. in pursuance of al reiiuisuitin ,;^|^^Jta41ie Be�irtiU)�!�rj:eve* and Conitables, tor llie -^^dw'llie Borj>ug!�rpi      .     _ SS^ oftaiitelHttfSe^Msideraiion th^best mid most dift�i RofSalinalheappro^^^^ v'^\?OllN KAtCUF*'lJ,A^8q. IJ-inrngUreeve of Manchester, 7 iti; ?        ' '"^ �   ��iritheCliair. ,  ' ^Is't. TlmtM'c Sth of Octoftcf. instant, Ucinj; the Amiiver-,i|arjif the in-terinrof Uut>Un.       ! .       . i   . AdmittMce to each Painting one shilling.  Open from ten till dark RBEN DRAGON.-^t is parLicplarV re, quested that the Gcnilemaa who'left the Green Dragon, Rishopsgnte-strert, on or about the 4th of SejHcmbcr, will send I �>uddre^ by letter (post paid) tod. A. Post-ORice, Taunton. ^_ . ,.   .. WANTED a CLERK, a ypang Man, who writes a ^nod hand, and can enteraod keep accounts neatly,, to lie employed in the recietil and payment of money and other (natters. A persoa, who has bedt brauKbt u,i under u Laiid Steward woufd probably suit. NJ� pensan whocan-noi find .^he security wuitlly required by Bankers from their Clerks need apply-Apply t� Messrs. T^Tithjjrby, Slatiooers, Bhchin-laiie, Londnn.__�_ [t-op-WA^ea, to vf. i' ind adioiniogfor the purposes ufi^'Mill "r oilieil Manufactory.-rofparticidars^nppW (h MTi Walker, Darifoid N. U. The stream issudici^ntly puce to niaiiafacture Paper of thefir�tqmlity. _' rjnEMPORARY   PAPER   AGCpMMOI>A. � JL . TIO^r-A Gfi;t1etil:in lonf ett.ililished in mercnolils ..   -� - Brandy, Janitt ca Ram. Itotlrrdhm-Geneva, in its import strength, nne lOiiroi) of Hbicb at^arty equal to two of the Spirit that passe* through theaniveraal practice of Inwering with w.-iter, as.ASteni calrnlated t^flatleu ;ui1 destroy thai exquisite fli-'Voiir which Foreten Spirits is their origiitiil state posse-*.- Price, Brandy, 3iK-Rum, yfe.-Holl.uidj, 2�.l8. per gallon. The whole of'which is upw.anU of three jrars old. IT. RlGOK's celehrat  are sold with his signature John Thnmos RIege, kiid n'lmbered in red ioli, price Ts. (Jd. nt bii Warphoose, 53, Park-slrect, Groivi nor-sqoare ; and 65, Cbe.Tp>ldf{ abo ky regnlarly app'iuted agents in every-city aiud town ia tke United Klnsdoni. HUDDKKSFIUI.U CANALSirARKS-lij Mr. bCOTT, in the Mnnt^ily Sulc, on FriuaT, >fov.-3, at 12 oc'.xk, at Garrawa^'s, London, in lots, UDle�s{?old by I*tiv�ie Conlrnct, rjpWEXTY SHARES in the IIUDDERSFIELD JL CANAL, from "the Calder.uid IXcljh'.e Naviiratioii to the. Aslitaa and Peak Fore>l (jnnals. nppro.ioliing its cnin-' plelion, posse.fing s;reat local advant;ig's, uuJex;>ectcd to i have n.vrry great tonnage. I Particulars at Garraway's; and of Mr. Scott, 28, New , JBriilge-strert. Vusinefe.s havinj; urciuion nt this mumenl fur an accommodation of a few Hundreds, wishrt to meet nith some re^pecla-.b!e-persoi> tn (ntde or otherwise, to Mrlinm an exchange of acceptances would pro*e of equal service, or any one disposed to acconiouulrite forn Commis?i'>n. The A''v*"rti�i"r j, rw\n\f M ATrr� V i T Tt I'mr VP ^-.lu:^^!!,. wiUgivcmostondrtjTable reference for his re>p-ctal.fl.fy .tad '^�^HE JN A1 lO.N AL J U BILEh, politically and -  -   -        -   ' ' - Mr. Poriick, left at the     -�-   morally improved.-Uy .'i MMJISTRATE,  in- JhsI iinhlished, price 4-. tjd. puiiciuality.   Letters addn-sed for IJ ir of nie .Vcw york Coffee-house, will be answend with the utmost candour. . nodihe K*ji?;.C,->VjJ----------- . .   , , J ''�)fa]tbe8ri:nea^Ythe BortSafghreevciuf Mauchesteravd Sal-it l/s�?jW�tieh.3ifo'f5ihefeTowiWi '       '  ' ,.    . ,       Tl>�rt R^berxitcbmraended, to the; InhablUnts of fliese %� towiii Irt.'aMinbleatibeiixchaUge, at tcou'dock, in the \:. fiireooon a�tba^day> ta bear the 'address. i-e.-i fublcs, to attend 'bifiijc-JSe&iipel    '   i 4th.. Tliat ia order that the general joy may be diiTtireil as . ~. '^^^iA^ rank of Sociftv, a public even-imd Vv^ar'"'"�       - V.---1------------- Sair . nrra.and that a-Suhjcnpiion be entered into, for the ptir-_p�9eafdefr3yjiw4fie7�n^^ the directions of the Bo- Mughimes aaa.^^ag^qlneg.of ,Maichc�l<'r and Silford. -�rh TharsSabxrjuiion be tiow euterfd i.iio furOlfuriiable -i '^^^ School and the ^'^^^^^^^'^^^^'^^^^ Kr?P"s'5'*    aiid received the ' '�Sw^ptOT,9^w^T^5jiMeccasiou. - '       . \ , . ',.   \ r:^.r/' THOMAS 11 ARDMAif. / .AFeo-de-iIsye'rwilfb'iF^fired iii S  Ana's-jquare, ati one , o'chi!C;)t;;.flnd4b 'i;w�ky-Bi*^ the day, to'which, theilio^ [A ':'>t>^n1�evn M the Geutleaieo of the �^^i!ik,.d*^fi^b4��*ood; '.Irickeb )Bf'AdmiBsion at one Guinea each, to be ha-1 at the vDar-of liie.Bscbai^ej at 'Mr. Harrop's, and Mr. Astou's L' .W.!py*-wiuW%BaUat on thecien- :,:;^^�^^ JiwridaytHetStbiM^^   '        �       _^ ,   'i^^ WYCQMBE, QUCK.S. fji.f'4t�T-atjafee6Brj(i^ antl In- ' ;il;!^9d>li^ufb )^^A-1a' lhii-'C?>^^ of            Borough, \J�nbW'i^:^f .^ol^'iiisi.v&r piirpose of considering ;tk.frli�stmtide^l ..onflieSsltiiiislaot, the h:ippy riGracioiwand Veucrable StAre'' tifhisKeigfa. ?ON,- l-iiq.-5faj -Almighty God-, the Author ofn>l %-ittth'e''ri^siicctive Places of Public � ifc.I;hMlFul3nd Loy.-il Address be pre-" mijm'ipofable occasion, and that the liaineut'for this Borough, be request- i"^,' - * � '   �         - - a Stdiscrtptroifbe iniihediately opened |ft;rt a^3<(bbtU^^    distribute t)?tnber 30,1889.   ' SUBSCRIBERS, ,.,VesfryRoi�m,-iJF,XNR!3.: LL.D. in the Ch.iir. ; "Ued, Ifhat a Gommiltee.be form- . 'Fynei; the" Churrhwardeos ; pfsihe-Vestry? the'Oversefers V 'and Subscriber* uiT 1U or rpiIEATRE-ROYAL, BIR.MIXGHAM.- JL Tu be LET', and entered upon immediately, for the Season, or for alongt'r period, that very extensive and truly elegant Bailitinf; rei-ently decorated at a very considTable esp-nce, and capable oflio'ding^a receipt upwards of 2(i0(. Applirutioiis to be made fo Me^so. Wilkinson, Slartiii, and Smithy the Treasurers; or Mr. John Oiniblete, the Secretary, all of liirmiL-gnani, of whom fuiih:;r particular may be know ik_'___ lO be LET, and entered upon immediately, a caj.it.il MANSION IIOUSL, ia good repair, elegantly and comjjleteiy furiiislied, with or without abuut 80 acri's of rich gra<� ground adjoining, pleasantly situated at Coston,,"iiear iMelton Mowbray, In tiv county of Leice,ler, nud in the centre of the q mm and Duke of Rutland'o Hunt. -For furtlier partical.irs (it'by letter, pnst paid), apply to Mr. Wiiifield, Surveyor, Wime8rbitant terms  m.-iy be immediately ac- - the same, and Th�rrr�bility, and others. desii;oos of raising money through a respectc^ble channel, may be supplied on all the usual modrs of security, withnnt exposurc^r delay, on the charges nuih'irisrd by Act of Parliament.-Address, postage free, to Mr. Jolm" Berry, Baker's Coffee-house, Change-all-'v, London. INSTANT MONEY LOANS.-So'me. Gentle-^pen o.f the first ref pectultijiry and indpppndent fortunes, hawfeftinwed a private jEstablishipent of public advantage, .4hftTWhUtty," Clergy, Ladiea,of distinction, and other Her-'Boii=.p6�s in; from . Land, Houses, Dividends of Swck, Mjiftiage. Scitlemrnt, ChUych Preferjneot, or other.elfcieiit.Property, may be accommodated with. Money t? any am'�unt> on terms i>early ' equal to. iuprtgage.' ' . .    , Application peisonally,. f^m: twelve to three, or by letter, post paid, addressed to ^lesxs. .Cox, and Co. Army "Agents, 8, VVarwJclc-str'cfet, Chariiig^cross, will he attended to. rriO CAPITAL MILLERS.-A situation ortlh^ A- HaroMhireCoast (not interior to any in the ktmrdnm) fof ERECTING ATIDE-MlLLis�ffer-in|ited. E\VAL\N'S POLITICAL GLEANER or, V'EKKLY ECnO: contnining, (in addition to the Foreign and Domiestic Informalioo of the VVerk), the lending p.'>)itieal Strictures of all the most celebrated Writers of the nresrnt day; a." conveyed through the medium of the Public Paper , &c.; an.lselerted and arranged insuch a inannerns to connect witli every I'^liiiral Question of lin-portiUice, the opposite and diversified reasoning of Wliig ami Tory ; forming alt- gether " A Complete Coin)iendiuni 6f Political Dlsqnisiliun and Domestic Inrannaii'^n," which, although never before attempted, it i-i hn.iibly presumed, \\ ill present no mean dis-eniblin dy of the Time, its form and prctsnre. Orders received by all Newsmen, and at ilie Proprietor's Offices, Fritli-slreet, Solio ; Comnierrial Hall, Skinner-Street; and Shaft-court, opposite the India H'>use: where the Substance of every Advertisement which appears in the 'daily papers, is published every morninf by ten o'clock. AllNERVA OFFICE, LKADi;\ll\LL-STREEr. In a few cla>s will be publiilied. 1IIE unpublished CORRESPONDENCE of the celebrated Marchioness du D1U'1''.-VM) with D'Alemhert. Monte.iqu'eu, . the PrgJi^lP' Henauit, the Dutchess du M.iine, Madame de Choiseul aiid'de Sta:tl,ihe, Manjuis DArgeii t. the Clievalier DAydie, &c. &c.. followed by Ihj L-tlers of Voltaire to Ma (ame du Deft'and.  Printintby A. K. Newman and Co. wtiere may be had, the thirdEdihoD     - � -    �    price 1^. Speedily will lie publislied, m iwo Vols, dt-my Sva. price 18 JIAL .TEF;yn|' made from a daraMe. ' X3.-stibstance iviih Mniiier, w^iieh 3b not'chlu^..(;aloor. juK) appears more n9,lural than'china' or anj^ OtKer Artifieial Teeib, and are so exactly tjttcd, from a (iogl; tobth ta|a complete set, that they may be Worn with or.witiioat t\-ii^, and are noi.dc, thegwil^ be rea^'it. UHrent milk such Pert^ns-tntiif 4e/a.'''Unff to eo*;' tra� pfyi�r*w Mn/estt's J>** Xard at ;PortaiaoBtk frfM a ?iianfiyf�/i.IGNtfM VI f*. v1 F'lrmof l/leTender:V(tt^**ef^at UtisOMee, . , No Tenderjpill be recewed ajltr Qm v:Clock oh the day Of Trettlg^ nor utiy nolice� unless the Parli/f, or an jtgeiit fof him. allendi. fvMrv Tender must be accompanied by a Letter addressed UiUie Saoy Hoard, and signed bfftwo respmuibU Pirsont, o'lgagin^ to become bound jti'fA Ihe Per*on lettering, in the Sunt -ifbMJ. I'm- Ihe flue ptrfortnmca of the Contrant. NAVY OFFICE, Ocl.Si, 1809. r�lHE Principal Officers and Gommissioners oj JL Uis Miiystifs Navy do hereby give notice^ that on Tnursrtay .next, l/te instant, kt one o'Clock, they teiU be ready to treat nilh such Persons as may be wttiing to Con-trad for lJUILDl.NG CUTTERSof about 200 tons burthen each. 1 , Finn of the Tender may be sreh at thitOJicf. No Tender mill be received after One o'Clock on the day of Treaffi, nor any nuLiced, unltss the Party, or an Agent for him attends.                            -      , Every Tender mutt be arcempanied by a,Letter addressed to the Stoy Bn3.id, and sigaetl by ttci resp.tnUbCe Person's, engaging to become bmindwilh the Person tittdeiing, in the Sum i>f 5001. fur the due performance of the Contract for each Cutler.         .__ TRANSPORT-OFFICE, Oct. 19, 1509. npilE Comtnissiohers for conducting ffii iTfa. JL � jesly's Trausptirt Service, for taking care of Sick and Wnnnded Seamen, and for the Care ahdVustady of Prisp^ers of IVar, do herrJn give notice, that they teill be rcaly at th'ts Ojflce, on Thursday, the 3Sth of October, 1809, fo receira sealed Tentlers, and treat aitk snch I'ersont mhu be \cil-ling torontrnclfnr VICTUALLING SlCKaini WOUND-Et) SRAMEN on BoanI his JMaje.sty's HD�pi�al Ship HA-TAVllvR, at Woolwich,/or six montivs certain, frum the Ut of November nerl. No Tmider toill be received afltr On* o'Clock on the day of Treaty, nor any n tired iinkss the Partii, or an Agent for him, personal yiittend. li'ir.h 'I' nder iiiuit be accompanied by a Letter fr'im tteo. resp'Cla'ile J'ersons engaging to becotne bound icith the Pcisnn ten-itring; iA (he sUm ufbOOt. for tAi due performance of the Contract. J''nrlhrr Particulars man be. knoKU by applying at this Ojjict; or lo Mr. Tliouias Keio, Sitrgeon of Ihe said Ship. THEATRE ROYALi HAYMAkKET:-On VVcdnciJay rp^^{�sci;%^^|^i|^sM'&t; in X . tlie J CBILK1-: WWpwi^^ Roval Haymarket, on that Evetiiiig:-WritteR by JOSEPH KI'IMP, Mos. I>oc. Published for the Author; sold by Sherwood, Neeley, and Jones, Patcmostcr.row ; and Williain Allason, 31, New Bond-street. . . ' The Music wiUalso shertly bcpabllshed. .__I--. . � � � 111 "i . On the 1st of November, will be published, ptic� 5s. 6d. No. X�. of rilHE RETROSPECT of PHILOSOPTHCAL, 1. MECHANICAL,^ CHE.VIU'AL, and AGRICULTURAL DISCOVERIES, beirg an Abridsnitot of the Periodical and other Wnr'�g, En.-ltsli and Foreign; relating tu those subjects published doringilie prcccsiiogthreemonth* i with Ivemarks im many of the Paprrs, including CJritieum� on the Merit of New Patents. . Published quarterly b*- w. fl. Wyatt; Agent Tor obtaining Patent! for inverition, P:ckel street, 't'einple-bur; and sold by all nopksellers. Patests.-Persons desirous of obtainmg Patents for inventions, may, by application asabove, have them procured with little trouble to tlicra=elvcsi-aBd reci-ive assisiauce in prep.iring the spec ifirniions.; This d^y is jiBbtislied, in Svo. price lis. in li lards. illuslraird uiiha Map of Spain tvith the Route of thcArmv, and a Plan of the Biille �f CiM^unn.n,   . ANARRATIVE of the CAMPAIGN of the BRITISH ARMY in Si'AlN, curanianded by bis Excellency Sir Jons Moore, K. B. &c. auinenticaied by OtSdal Papers and Orijiiial Leters. Bv br� Brother J ^iVl l-.S MOORR, R=q. . Printed for J. Johnson, Sl^Vaul's Church-yard. '     THE STUpy" OF LAW. This day is published, price 4^. boundi-wiih a full allowance to Schools, AN EASY GRAMMAR �f ihe LWVS and CONSTITUTION of K.NGLAND, accompanied by Que^lions ;u]d Ciues fur Solution, and by a Glossary of Terms. By Ihe Rev. J. GOLDilMITH. Printed for Richard PhiUipK, 6, Bridxe street, Londo.i; and to be had of all Books'lUi^V-Of tchom ma; he had Ike f"llo�*ing�nperi"e Elemehlairy.Books adapted to the practical use of ail ScliooU :-      � .'.        ' .Gold.eniith's Gmmniar. of riepgraphy, price 2i. 6d, I'.liiir'g (grammar of ChemiStryi^V^o* Robiiisoo's Ctaroniar of Jliirory,, IJlair's Grammar of Pbilosoijhy, iw. MaVW^s Eleiiieirt�ptBhortc,IIand,'7�i Sd; Cn'cuer's Eje"ments-<�& Laiid, Sarveying, 78. 6d Joice'i PracticaL.Ariqinieti,c,-38. 6d.. ' Mayor's ESViiients,of Nklural Hiitfiry, 6s. Ri^ipson'i EleER vMiiild beg leave tdrcotlitd hiroiiuntr^suinien tbiiMblnMre -of their cliamjs i r]R(>every blemish of tbe i_.        U8,afc.ia its Molicatjoiu being composed oi ' lue;, iiijd 'iS'fe �e"l'bt,jiiwiN!fef5^^t�Jd�Nli�^^ ii Riij^Uv li^lhi-^d^^IinaliuiiMfi Wb.. "4,iCbiMm5ide,-):brni!r /rf.^JJWernosi bov^&'i 2�. W. eacB- -  -�oJ''.   

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