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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ifdUy [gil^ l^hart^tnSt, wKert the Pmpecii Rains .avi may nb* have >*rit In (heir Nnme� wisli'ng irn, are n^nfftcd to tiike Uietr rccripu '^4^ ob've bourses. Kv erderof theCotnmiHcp. �  I. li'Jl iA, i iAfarm L. K H, aod A. M. K. Ibr Aame by wbitU JLi� best knowb in it� ioimediate oeiehbourhood Tigbtup.-Toutuui, OcU 29, liiUt�.   ^ ____� Creditors _ CaiamXu'top of '-itniikru|>i aeaiisi John (.ttckiii, of Tiitttnliam, io the Coualy MlilUIesex, MrrcbaM, beariiij date (he 6t1i4�y uf Jooaary^ 1777, ni^y rereive a final Uividvod of Eighl-peoce liolipeii-iiyinihe'Piiaiid,ODaptiiy!q;ti> Messrs. Un-j^^and Curlietd, MkiiuirrVIioll, any bttturday montiog between Ibe boun of >inc;ind Three. October 21, If�9. ln[�Mt� T'hutt-anil ijiiVlars iur Ibc adu'itinnai a� ' J?  Pussessioo, Jiittiatcd luilf a raiJe from .i good Market.-    To job, whn oar banquets enjoy and adorn. fchU^TccenMj"exi-in^^^^^        XPUllNl^ED  lUSIDE.NCK with immediate   That J? triampi ThM'day b pablbfied. In two volume* 8vu. price ft. 4s. In bds ELEMENXSbf MINERALOG Y.-% RICH-ARO KIRWAN. Eaq. Presideot of the Koral Irbb Atademy, F.R.S. L. and E. &c. &c  The Thifd Ediiioa. London: printed fori. Mackinlay, 87, Strand ; of nbom niav be h.td tbeifollowing Works, bv the same Author, The LletneoUaf Logick, i vols. dro. I4s. boards. Motaph>8ical Kssay, 8vo. \'is. boards._ Tb's day UpuMMied price bs. clrfriuitlv printrd, in '^pnE BOxN VrVANTsGUHJE; or Gastro-JL oooiy, a Poem, in four Cantos, from the French of Beich.'iui, " Among the Fine Arts, that of Cookery pJaco." Ye impotent mortab! who>n Comusmubt slight, G.o follow your regimen, far from our sight. But approach^ ye, whote beallb i� bo liuty and strong, ~ ^h o'er fi-asts, eVfio copious,iun^ ; ijifildii^ ftrtlieaing-niont'., norksljops, ami apari> Scenerv and iU.icbinery,.invite tiic attcniiuntif jitic Plriftssiiui (a the sank, boih in the United anted ta tbr. Pfresrat- Lewees, wil|.esMra.on ;^lC4uid iCi*�r"t\Eaie fofa Tptm of Yeaw J�ylh�J're|'*�rtowi-Vho Hill receire propo-rid cMliiD�icfc/ni;n Ibai prrind. i)�i5al�ihRuia bef-rkvardt'dTos e:itl)-as pdsii-|j(�>-BehwVit Diihtgrrn, l'.s(i. St-rretiry t- ------ inlhetityof _______lAYLJCU and ,(.^(;nf tM^'Ead bjr penojial application (a� n)>uveX f ^     - ; JlAtUSroNK,_Oct. 2�, im y g npmifoits attd respectable Meeting^ of the roDiplelely FuriiiAed, with or without 20 Acres of Orchard, Aleadow, and'Aisture't.-iad.  The House comprises two ; KooJ porliHirSi Urge halt, 6ve hed-ruonci and tlure tervanls' | rouiusi(UHCb*Wmie, t^iible,gurdrftaad �4titnt>le offices} the .'FutiiNiflleifeMiK and the House in cnmplete Repair,  lie-'" s4Wi-U�Weri&reiy> wilUK'glvejMntdfequired.-^For parlicu--luni.-ippy to Ur. Muor, Appraiser and Auctiuueer, VVclls, Sonicni-f,    IjjrMler {p0�t paid.)__ WtiicThrttre5 pr fifty pounds each, p'o-�"        'jf aim fiare a vote at ihe gnteral Courb for ^(bO'BMX.buid: Iwlno proprielur nHI be ----.'H.-HI tfd >mti^.- Ten per cent, on rtch share iMliMn�CrtlIM>Ai� hv.tbe Di'cclurs., and rfontdre lllrfr^itttnljK fjjBiulal^ately il-<�^^       ' IliinB nave btji'b Very naid'ruu5fr beappiuiitediiunorary l)irict�ri in j.B4irrr�pre:i>e  , � Tiir'BiriTii'i'iTr.qu.'l, that applicitirtnj made t� tliem by �tt>>T,liF�.-l(lr')i>>-d �>� Iiieir vfiice, affi pwt paid. ftofiOGATlON.^VNIVF/afilTY of St. an. *W*r^.'^*K''^^y8-''b* l^r, JA^     HUNTKR L. (.. D. ersity, whohas jilen u's Kaard- _ -----       .......________for two more. Mili|li^:Ordiiiarv brunches of learning, iocludinr l.atin, I'tbcs, Natural Phito- �{lC'P^^'**'''^'"''"^'^''"'^'*''''* *T'"*''' Proifssors in a ('�yW'fk.KQ.irfimth?,e�l*naiog'froin'No�embertill May. ??�J!f�"�MdlBglhe'UfltvOT^^ a great- IWiWimtyt alid tSere is Iti'XIie p1uceare!.pectablk! con-apCuioH iri eo^nmoiimwitb V�e Ghdrch of >:ngland, under "'m^rtle^rajn'-oftbit^ehorcb. Mr. Hunter's Pupils '      'i^^tlc'witb liiordttring'the vacationer not, as ..,.F*�pw.-ilisTertw,'i^hich'wni �vary'from one ckmidred'pbwids- ayeut, acc^rdiitk.to the ace of the tbectteniof thea^ciAiimod.->l^n required,tnay be ---witbM]E�lS&tii(MHtcid^ to him t^^limim^ .speciaHy.em. Act �if ^UaiiM^fqr,the.lNSURAMC E i(.awi..;Pan;base of ANNUITIES, iMvLoiidoii., / ^ |t�i^tbe Miirqiiis.�fvitUCiU^ TRVSTBSS, : .fetf Sfifopefierna^        M. P.. ^i^tttutiob is, thtit Pei^ �i:Hfoik>^Pn>S�e4aali�'!wltti,tlie ori-. ly^tt^^Af aqeeoisoipical Ma 5-^ *rh'ui    -----^ JMIlHJeiii.pirofiti,'. ererv Member iVifi fotlitipayiMins,; witbant beio|; rui1�ytliit�BecUic�imi-l�i-. i"^'W^?9wi < li* 'nMiRtt.- evarv Member T<^l"i��y. "S' of Men and Wuinen's iiiLK llOSK, an immeu^e Stank  f bis Silk, Hriliit'otloii Teel, 6s. per pair, and up�ardg. (ifcnt Chiiire of Coltna Goods, Angolas, VVor!>t>-d. &c. ai.d every descrtptiun    Jlosierv, G^ore*, Braces, &c. &c. As the whole is to- be sold, with are sold with bis .signature Joan Tlioma^ '^n(iit �f public advantage, t!ic Nobility, Clergy, LAdiesof di&fi'nctioii, and other Per-soniiiKfte^edpf-iiicome for life, or others isp, &ri�ia; from LAnd, Houses, DivjdeiHls of Stociu Marriage Settlement, Ctioifh PreferoienI, orulbereffieictit Property, may he ac-rnmnioduted with Money t� aay amnuot, ad tentu Marly equal to laortgn^e, Aii|>l tunting grey to all periods} promiites the giMwth^ makes tbe hair |srow thick and Ibng ; prevefiU iU mlting Off, and restore* it 00 bald plac^, If the least loot^' SeTerat..GeDttemeB tbat were bald, have. deciaM,-after uSln^-the-Aussla Oil reguljirly for six months,ih^ bald pracn became covered with Mail'; pra-mo c%�r'�Jlt^aAaea.bott)i�#t five pomdt. Bold Wbdesale^^Stoilby^th? Proprietor, A. Prince,, No.- 9i-JoSni5trea,-=OffliftM*reett and. by appointmeDt, Mr. SmUkt Pfiftiit^'Jfa vtis^^Majestji Ne� fipad-stre( thairfgi�t�iieare�pimtet�li8. . i\i __________ !^f�i�^ ice. tfllBU.^iprine#al Cltjes and'Tawni  � fAg�ul�. ,to.;.^eL Ctounty.Fire rpHEfollfiirine Owes n^ltt shew the eflic4cv of Ml iFtflHERGlL'8 NBttVbUtXOIWDlAL DBtoPS ! in all Ner�gM QiiArdm. lodlfeiUo*, itt^TfOr- Fmapan. StsVAalhave ex^rleijceira ii��t.woirieffWcttre by your Fotkfsrtirt NtrtotnXJoWial Dtwp, I be^; leaveto menti�ntt tbot p&JJtjT.. I.wa�propslcta, Tomitw* ;W3��d from mj stomal. In W mttwUtim^lerribly jdiitur��ed to iny.head.. _       ff-ighiaeft aC fiy ^m^, j3plf�6on af the heart, dejeclej -^_--:?5-r-.----------------    madicini�i1few6o3Srf*hWi pertSected a cure ����yM*� ^ itimy retam oetlie 4�e�e..�P Ihe^irgria* of*tt amUtonebold Brtatei.on > Sire, rfimw^|iit&ftKd<*i^^ .�erywwlat5onw^h.t.he , \.Str,^iwt*�SobllfrtlwmW�8er�u_-. udjMit wlj^tboK qnjatti-;,. ^ wfl^ctvVKM.     ��ld^^olMale il irf retailed �y ii��k��Mtry.MA*- mys<^rrt3, I'll teach-fiir tbenameyoo are born." -" My precepts adomM wKli poetl^ grace, Amougrt the Fine Arts, (bat ef Cookery pibce." didd by by J�bR Bauthjbjokseller, Duke btreet, Portlacd-plare:,      -   - _ Tbtfcday is paUisbed,'�handsiHnely priated in 4 vols. 8va. price It-]��. boards rpnE HISTORY of the HELVETIC RE- JL PUBLICS.-By FRANCISHARH NAYLOR, h;sq. Primed for J. Mawniari, 22, Poultry.-Of nbom may be had, ja .t pabtisbed. The Present State of'^i'urkey; or, a Discriplitfn of the Political, Civil, and Religious Coottitnioit, (vermneat, and L.aws,oftlie Oti<�naii l^pire. By'ThiMnas ThoruMn, Ksq. Secnnd Kditloo, with, currectians agd iidditi*d with n v-irietv uf Plates, AlSY'SrEM of SHEEP-GRAZING and MA-NAGhMF.NT.R? practised in RO.'VIN �:V MAliSH. By DANIKL PRKK, t-sq. ..f ^p|.ledore, Kent. London: Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge>street: and to be.had of all Book>eller>._^_ A Nl.W and 1AIPO^Ta>,T WORK.-Thii day is p.ib-Jishtd,'pfice 9�1. or Thiru-*n lo the Dozra, w-itli the lull Allpwiince to isrhools. rpilE FIRST CATECIIIS.M forJCniLDIlfCN, �JL ' containing common Thinps nrcc�<:.-ir. in be known, niM adapted itothe cap.icily of Childrrn ticiwc  ULAl fl, A. fti. Auv tbor.iir the Class Book ; the Rtrarting Kxercises; nr Inlm-daction to the Cla-^s Book; of the Uraniinur uf Pbilos po3,and Blair's Class-Book, illustrated by a large Map, price fis. bqigad, and lettered, ||/fODERN HlRORY for the Use ef Schools; XTJL exhibiting a summary View of the Rise, ProgrcM,-Refvalnflons, Decline and Fiall of the v&rinns Atodrni Nations in Eur0i>e, Asia, Africa, and America, from ilie Age of Charkniaipeto the Year 1807.-By the Rev. JOBS Uif-BlNSONj of Christ's college, Cambridge; Master of the Free Gr.-iminar School,-at Ravenstonedale, in Wertmore-kind; Author of the Grammar of iiisterv; of tbe Arcbslo-ria Gneca, &C'&c.   " � Printed for Hicbaxd Pbillipt, No. 6 f. UniverjAajUistory, by means of srbich that ixtporttintbranchoflOnoTrTedge may t��r the'first time, be pracUnlly taogbt in schools. ijXrice Si. bound in green. / -, 2. Ancient Historv, from tbe earli^^^^'dtds of time to. the fall of tbe'Roman empire; un ihe'pniKof the above described Medarn History-  Priced. 3. Aickteuio>iK Gr^af or, tbe Antiquities recce. Prire & bo^ad.    _ .> THK STUDY OF LAW.      " This day is publMbed, price 49. bound, with o full allowance to Schools, AN EASY GRAMMAR ef the LAWS and CONSTITUTION of ENGLAND, accompanied by Questions and Cases for Solntion, and by a Glossary of Te. ms. :   Bythe'Hev. J. GOLDS'MITfr. Printed for Richard Phillips, 6, Bridge-street, London; and to be bad of ail BoolcsrIIers.-OF whom may be bad the fullbwingsuperior Elementary Books adapted to tbe ptiud-caloseot j^ll ficbooU ;- GotdMniths Grammar of Geography, price 2l. Cd. Blaif'* Grammar of Cbnnistiy, SEs. 6d. RobinMa's. Grammar of History, Sf>\. Blair's Grainmar of. Philosopby, Sa. ,Ma�et**':ilnnents of Short Hand, 7s. 6d. . .CrttCkei^s.-Elements of Land SnrveyinC. 7s. 6d :Jayce'f PIractical Aritbmetic, 9s. ^. ^�-Mavoir'i Eteueats pf Natural.History, 6s. :   Robioioa'a-fkmeiita �f ModefV History^ 6s. -r--Elements of Ancient History, 6s. " �|avor*� Circle of tbe Scie�:ei,.iJ;  -'Itilsgs .Blemeatf of- Eoglisb Compotftloa, 7s.- 6d. ..Ct�iP�y*�:-Utt�nso�.Liferatw�, *�^m Volumes, 13s. '��rr--^:t.Utfim� on �z|�riBieBtid. fkiMoyb;,- VICTeALLlNO tJFFlCE. Oct. 84, 1809.    THE Commistimers jtgr FvtaaUing Bis Ma. - jtMirfg Kavg do htrtig give /taika, thai en Friday, IU Sd ofNoocmbtr ntxU r�fi &eT�*�^ to rtaiot T^irtm in Kyitinz. (itaei up) aad (reat for-(XE MILLION FOUR HUNDRRD THOUSAND CHJtOSTONK or BROWN WILLOW ROUS (not ten tbm furtg^ht inchis in length), Atjiir makirg Cooper'* Tmig^i-lote  ch the pHcf *A It not be ins- rted in teonls at length, or thai sh'i'l n,)t be delivered t9 Vfte Hoard tiefore One o'Clock on thr. days appointed to n^'.ive tilt Tenders \ nur unlets Ike /Vrjoa wAu m'tkes the Tender, or some Person on his behalf, atlends, io answer vhf.1t caf'ffi for.. VICTUALLINU t)KnCK, Oct.Zf, J8i;9. fnpi a e Commissioners for FictitaUing .His iWa-A jeslu^t Navv do hertii) j;tt>e ^utice.  thai on Tt)e%^ day. the llkofjfov.nrxt, the} vritt be ready to receiieTe^ il.'ts ii uritin? (seateil up) imd treat for suth qif.ntHts /i/g.>ori�uanrf SPAKISH RRD WINl'., as the reipectice merr.ktnts and dealers thecein inay think I'/oper tu ojfcr, to be sii''jrct loa KHrrnnty vf tteelrm months, lu '.� rielivcisj, free of Customs and Excise fiu'ies, one half thereof in the ip^r.r of one innnlfi, and the ofli-r /,atf in one month after* tra ds inlo }l:s, M^tjesti's Zidualling Stores at Deplford, io tiino'jth awl Plymouth, and io be paid for i>y Uiibs fi,i,ahle. -iitli inltresl ninety dai)S after date. The Cftuliliotts of the Vontraat may be ��ifl al the Secri' ' aiy j O^'ice. No regard trill be hid ta anv Tendir tn tehirh the Priet shitl not Ire inter(e>l tn-ytords at'lengthy or that thutl not be driiorrtd -o ihn ffhnrd be-fo't Oitt a'klack an the said Tuesday the 7sarv-{-iencriir� Drtice, Great Oeorge-slreet, London, Oct. 'ii, 1809. NOTICE is.hereby ^ivcn to  all'Parsons de. siroas of canlracj.ing io ^i-irply tUe foUoieiug Articles, for the Uieoftke Arnij, viz.- BRKAD-Tobis Majesty's Land Forces bl.^ni Quarters, and Barracks, in the uodermeotioned C s-' Bucks, Somerset, and Stafford. FORAGE, vi-z.-Oali, IJay, and Straw 4�.His M�ji-siys Cavalry io Barracks in ebe unde: mentiuaed Oonniy-Sa.4cx. ^ As also FORAGE to al Horses kepi for His Majesty* service in the Island of Jersey. The ilelioeriej are to commence on aad for the 95th day of Decriab-'r tiejrt; thnt Projjoials in teriling,. sealed trp Aod marked, " Tender for Army Supplies," tciil. be rtteiaeiat tliis OJice on or before the iOlh day of Hovembei, (but none trill be received after � Eleven o'Clock on that dap), and if sent by Post, the postage must be paid.- : . Proposals must be made separtUely. for each Qad^yjimd Island, and each Proposed- must be aicdinpanird by h - letter from two Persons of Icnoten Property, esfagfng to becema bound tcith the Person tendering, in the amauat icSirKmng be required, for the due" perfdcmance of tite  Contract t and no Proposal Kill IU-noticed unless made on a printed, Tender, and the- Prices exprjissed in veords at length, now unless the Party, or. ah Agent for^ him, penonalty atlenf.. on tlie folluicing day to knato th^ dedsivn thertiin ; ant' shotiid it so   Itappen that during  I he thnltnuance of the Contract, no 2'conps. sbofitdbe- stationed or.vpplLd la U�. Countt), theerpenres of iheContrati and Bpnd, paid in lit first imtancc by the CoiUraclor, t^ be refunded to him by the Commissara^ig ChieJ,. , , ]. .,: Partihilarf of the Co'tiiraets may^e had vpon appUeatton at this OfioB,, beticeen the hours of Ten and four f and at the ojice ofifrr-Usitstant-^onuaissarg Dumartsq, Jtt* sey. �   , JVafe.-Such Persoas as mav be desiroos of tendering are hereby directed49 tace notic^, 'that'onles, I.rtiei, wai^b is annexed to the. Tender, is pi-operiy filled up by their furetie�, theh- Bifti)�osal�' fciH noi he noitced. EV.' WM. BARCLArS rANTIBILfOl^ PILLSand-SPhCiriCsold b^ tji =ta(e, and prevents tbe TaMhervroduetioh bf that matter wfcich (onaastoneaedKia-vel.  It is �"r-m success iw private praetlcf,an datinn af numbers wb* have be^ oned by tbsl they are brought befane the Public, and. exper>c3)
                            

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