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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                'luBSCRIPTI'^N THliT^TRE.    ^. ^         C  F> begS kate to inform L. F. H. and A; M. K                       Tfaisday daf ispnWished, CONTRACT Fd It TOOLSi l&jUc ;s respcSffoBy iWonnpd, that the    C?*. ihat ttiey ore botbJigM, ui lU? Hill i* called boih �   By Black, Parry, aad Ki^bury,      Lradenha'.! SIreet, Commissary in Cb-eFs OScr, Jtfo�/l IfO^. fls^'ill.tM.ftir Prtitiohtne I*a�!'�  for leave i"    navi; batasS. F.didiiotki�si)*er it.he issorrjrfie coanut               ___       _   Price 1�. C^UC^ Pertorf (u are jrfJIina- in I'm/^L^ .Ji*^ FULL.                      Infin. U F. It and A. &l'^F. the iru^eb. wtili h is best    TJROCEEDINGS in the Vice Admiralty Court Com,nZJ'!f^ cLtf^J!^i rt^u^^ S�I]M�??'''gro3t^^t:om.uit.er.        .            jl."''"" ?"e*fikbo�rl,ood Tlgh.-p-to���P.            at Malu. in .he ease of the KING GRORGli ITi- M^SOTf:^mV^iK ^      -� HENRY FRY,gnl.c.�or.      Oct.�). 1809.          _' :    '             ^'�|-;         Nov. 1807, before the Right Worshipfol J. MAKFR-J TOOLS. ^.y,^^^^ iiMrr-r-TOBILBKIAT HASTINGS.                         -m- T^NfEja DRA'PERY_To he DISPOST^h OV   i           *        ' ^rticUs, Kith ih: Terms and Condilicc of the Contract ^SltbeSum received was...,........./:40U  1  0   ,                                ,,.oT�!'VTw:      7-[^"r I A-* ."^ tp''''"''M"^?.'""'"ted wieb the llistorv of Urli- Pr.,;,W 4* nof/ce PHER ttO^                   M. A. 6ov,id ^ih l/,e p.rty tendering in iLtS^l^p^^^^^ ^BJanrtorter.......      j9 9                              i Fitzrov-sqnnre.                              _                     Dean and Rector of Hocking, and Domestic ChapUiii to his Fa.liculars, for Uie due p�rfonnanee of Uiu Contract ^^^norPoiatoes... 26 18 8         ,             i      -�'--'- I               Graretlu; Archbishop of Canterbury.___ .         _ �'�   ^            _ P?^fr^,                     � .��206 17 10                 M^ONEY on BO.ND.-Persons of rank and re- !    Printed for F. C.and J. Riougton, No. 6a, Si. Paul's ^         VICTUALLING OFriCH, Oct.27, ibo9 &pTiideBfeiiEx?cnccs........n- P .* ^'hin. tv, r.     t'-i  sponsibility who need pecuniftrv ticcinmodatioo,    Chiirch-Yard: sold also by J. Maichard, No. 190, Pic- rTlflE Commitsionerg for VietuaiUng His Ma. '                           -soppliedwilh�crery^id^dispatcbonlbeir!^^^                ' �"^"'y-__�_ JL j,,t,'s JV�n� do bertip pv^. fivtice,  t%,t on fbita^ ��l8,r�-........-.....^�88   t OJ    ![iS"^Ju�riti^Aunlv^^^^                                          On Tuesday will he published, handsomely printed in one ^^^J       '":o/.V�e. ��r,            6c re>ut, to r^ceto. Ten- '^Sfrater.'                   ,cnnn-run                ' -'�^  mmuls.Tgiiiir't the Estate of th*lnic Mrs. GEORGE    Author of an Eisav ou Seeplicisra ; Rector of Coin St. Ue- rrnrm-nt/i gfirf rhn nfirr It'nTf B^WirnafA nftirr^    � '          ,                 lll^k^I^thl, M^e^m^  BATESON. of Great .Marj-le-bonivstreet. or Thus. Bate-    w's Gloucestershire, and Vicar if SlraUon St. Mar^ret. '^!U\KU(Z^ ;;iii(M�n��'r"''yG^�JS!!Ji^iM^^^^ rortsmouth an,/Pl^moiuli'' ^^ESBi*i'fMnjor.nndiJ�inrtf.May�r, for their zealoos    ,e,j (heir accounts, seated and direcf',    the Executor? of       Printed for F. C. and J. Riviogfon, No. 62, St. P-iul's pavahu�^lh Interest niMlud^eflerda^           ' igS^ aalshuice on the occiston. -     Mrs. Bateson, No.7.Great Marj-le-boae-strcet, Cavendish-    Church-yard; sold also by J. llatchard, So. 190, Pic- i'Ae Conditions of the Coi^ract$maa be tttH al tlie Sectf 'Sairtii Iftpiitbe Cdilducforsofthe EcclcsiaMical .and    square.                                                                      oadilly. t�ry, Oifice. Sk^'     n^pS' Of 60,000 Sectarian ! r|^IIE fashionable and degant Stock of JEWEL.    �^^rr/?;|!rTfRi'^f;. a^t'^^.la^s^ir^rp^o'n.ii,^!;; ^^^^^7^ ?o X'-'^^otrSo^'r V^^^^^^^^^ ^ .S, ^W^l worthy of a better catisc, it isaiobjecf forre- . cics raanufdct..ii.d I y Oie ale Mr. \V II.LI.^M OA IMES, St^       A    SERIES* of LETTERS between Mrs. ELI- makatht Tender, or tome person on his te/uilf, attends. m^SStiriWO^beE.tabI:shniet.t Should h.averenmin. , 1>1 s Cliur.-h-var!,   .^.11 on Sal.;, by orde^                       il.      BETH CARTER and Miss CATHKRIN E TAL- to an^nrer ,hen uined for.   '                        ^ i�5��rfrtl�S�elyonelegilim:iteniediiHn,lhrougbw!.uh , bi,trat.m.  Oflerswill h-" r l\in                M. A. si^cceed ng aionlb, Iheu teitt bt readuio r<~^-vt 'Anders i% iffltT^ecltheatienthinofthe Clergy to one fo.u^; , TAA^CING, MLSfC, and   FENCING.-M.       ,.p,,ed f.,r F. C. and J. Rivington. No. 62. St. Paul's ,niin^ l,u.ted  upU         treat for sue/, oJnt!/^7 7f ^^rr all the poblicd�coi|ieBf�,t�roceediugs. and occur- i JL^ lilLLW A V, No. 5.  Lower Jamos street. Golden-    Church-yard ; Sold alio by J. Hatchard, No. 190, Pi.:ca- BISKET, made fn.in whole-Mral. as the respective Ma- ^S*alareinanyway interesting or important to them    square.reiiperifullv informs Liidiw and Gentlemen, that ihey | dilly. nnfaciun-rsof that article may think proper to rfcr: to �b   ^ 'aHni'lfr'-        membei^ of the largest roramunily in tl;c-., c-.niio�e to give Pri�at-- l.esions every day. in the above use-       A. B. A few Copies remain of the Qaarls Edition, uni- dtliaered one half thereof in a fortnisht, atid the remainder    V SS&ii toaffbrd to litem a. resprctah^e channel, through j ful .-uid elegant accomplishment?.-Dancing, twelve le.sons     formly printed with iVlni. Carter's Memoirs, ou a fine woven in a furnisht afUraarh   into His Majesla's yiztualUng    ' ffifflS^iB4v�tteeissfullyTi�nt'fnd opi'iilst the Ignorance, j for two gninea;, in which liimc they engage to complete them ! paper, price, iu boards, 3/. as. S sand hen"* "f country d.anf es ; the Piaa* forte ;         Of the above-mentioned booksellers may be had, Sa*nt Cnihe/^iues ; and to he paid for by iiils payable mith SSWtctiif their unweafled advcKariet.                        I ti.ught at two gameas per quarter, and the Harp, twelve Ics.       1. Mr. PenCttigton's Memoirs ef the life of .Mrs. Carter, Interest ninetij days after da'e. i^iWdte on* for two guineas.     w ith her Poems, &c.   The Second Edition, in 2 large vols. r/i� Cundiliuns uf lUe Contract may be nen aUhe Secra- 'igEhwnf*''"''"? the higheftl)iBiil6irie�ofthe Church, i Counirv Dancing and Reels, for the practice nf the fijures, : 8vo. prir*:, in bojird�, 1/. Is. (ary's Office. ijBElgdlikirseoT^iaie i^the nost resjteelable Critical j cverv BlonJny evening, from elglit toekveno'clock.-Bo.ird      % Mrs. Carfi rs Translaiiin of the Works of Fpictt-fus. \o Te�ider for a less qa.inttty than One Thousand Bag* 33E.Tfil^h��k fofwar* with eoiiOdeiice t� a cordial, , and Lodging for GriUKmrn.                                            from the original Greek, a new Edition, in 2 voir. 8vo. price, will be ndnitled.                         ~ ^eS'eJ^i^Bi^SI^f^                           i rOLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Southwell, Notting. i *"^.T^^^':;:ksof thel.te Mis,Ca,l.rineTalbot.fir..tvub- n^::SL^^:i^:i:^:t^:^l^:i!t^^l^ fffiniillibll ir''--'r '"'                     wort of oecessily . \^ hamsbire.-The Rev. 11 EN R V K EM PSON, M. A. of i li'hed by the late Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, and now n-puMish- lo the Board before One o'Ctnck on the days appointed to 5S3l(Si�i**atcriidly to the best lOiererts of Keiigion in , Christ Church. Oxford, having Ueenappoimed by the Chap-    cd. with some few additioai! Papers: Together wit j Notes reaive thcTenden^ nor unless the Ftrson alio make:i (ha iSP.'-V' V                                               .,   I trr of Southwell, on the parllcubir recommonrtation of the    and Illustrations, and some Account of her Life; in one la-ps Tender, vr so:ne i'es�)n on his behalf, attends, to answer ^MiBliil*liaM�Kary apjeodage to evefy Clergyman s ut- , 1,^^^^^ ^^^^ Canons of Christ Church, to tiie Mastership of the    volume, Svo. price, in boards, 9s. or on fine paper, price I^j. �called lor. ;W�|*r>��ff hifufn-anon. as w.ll as future rePrrcncr   . (^^.,,.._i,te School,proposr� to recive T WELV E BOARO-    -... . . ,.. .-:,   ,   . . ------, "r",-----^-��- .S�?k" W^ "^^viV^ P'?"^-"'' � '"i?i!!.7,fl!7,              who will b/l berallv oecommodaled and ii.st.ucted,            '';:',;V^''l'['" nT/l .^^^^'j^A^    price 4s. 6d. ^^^^y. COM'RACTS. 'piFllfeWiWatlarge^batmordrrtheinoreel^^^^^            ; principally Jo a cour-^e of dassinrt .and Mathematical rend-      A  PRACilCAL TREATISE on the Venereal Conrniissary-General's OlHce, Gre.tt Georze- Ii68KtW�*ma���Ke�'.�f                    'T V�>"dnctore         preparatory to either of ihc Universities.   But thouglrit    Jt\. Disease, comprehending a compUte Treatment of the street, London, (Jet. i/, 1809. *i��4piMiw*itadily inCulBbent. �u theiu to "�vite tic , i.Vended that the =r.ioisiti..n .O" Cla.'si^ical .ind Mathertaii-    Diseases arising and connected with ii.-By T. W. CATON. TLJOTICE is hereby 'iven to   all Persons |i.�l,�p?Clahlr.Clf igyroeu ta.e�nrdioc�e, V� make Com      ^ learning should chiefly be rr^.xrded in the plan of imtruc-    Surgeon, principal Pr.iprietor and E.I itor of iho i ao fir-t vu- \ ,iro,i^ofconlrnc7nyifsulrl. th, fil        7 , � , Srt'rtlWupoB all subjects cotliiertedwH^              l.'te-           herepPoposcd, this is n�tdesi.rMed to infe.'fcrc with those ! Inmesof tfie London MeSic.al and Surgiral Spectutor, and late J^^., 'T1oral2tZ�2                 f-Uowmg Articles, nhfWjairfto request them to m.nke aMB.nl ft^^^^^                  qualiftcatTon= of an earlier age. which are usually ticrmcd re- I ofthe St. Thomas's .and Guv's Uosp.lals. ^^1 XD-^Tohif&tv^^^^^      Forres in r-antnnmpn., |M^�rj!�ea�eofSecWi.|^ W Ibe^iieighbouri^^^^^^^^     lui.eforlhepurpnsesof C.Tmmerclal Life.                           Printed f .r    Ilighley, 21, Fleet-street, Lonrtna ; where om   ei': and b"rrackf-*^^^^^ W5l�e> reside* and 1.1 fianfah an aCC.nnt of stjch.oe-       -fhe Foundii'ion Hovs "f this Schn.l. being very few. ,ind    niav be hadlhe two tirst v-lumesof iheTSpecator. in board.". S^,' ' s ""eR."7 iSd%^^^^^     underraemiooed {.ounties- #�ite�aw drcumslanert as they "^y "�"'j!i"'",1;*. ^    of resperU.ble conneriiow only, there will he afforded to the    \l. "a.. 6d.   This periodical work may be coiiMdered as u *^Vo7^1gK viz ITLt- IJav ind Straw to Hi, m,)p=. -c l^toportance ,o be ��de i.DOw* to tbetr clerical    BoanTei. an oppor.uni.y of benefitting by al. the material ad-    Medical l.ibr .rv.__ CavaVr^.o Bk^a'.cs'^Ue'i^'erCn.fl^ed ,!;o.m;^^^^^^^ ??L#WEfelesiaMir.-aand irniyemty Afinwal Register   -''5.S^;;f7^r;,7;^'^ ^"S.c^^^^^ WrUlngand Arithmetic,                          .^^^y POPULAR NOVELS!!! Asalso FORAGE to a'l Horses kept f..r Ills Majesty's B&Y�ar       i, �iWish�)a-�n ftne VnlBiiie, 8�..^ prit.    sixtVp^iKr m^in                                                 PubHslied by Hughes, 38, Berners-sireet. Oxford-street, and sei;v.ce^��he Island of Jersey.           , ,    ^ m^f^^-^'^Mimm*^                                  ffmS I^iTnt   fr m F nrf-n 1^ -i=l-ir "     '-n          may beWl nt all P^�pert..bh: CirmlaUMr Libraries. ThedeUcfines anMicomuience or^rMfor the.iolh day of ^?�r^r"^^^^?S^^E   -y^V '80t4� l^?*S:r Ofrom              ?7".om' D^byTu    l./^CELIBIA CIIUSING a HUSBAND, (a ne^v "--"T. ^^J^ Try^^'l.nn^''^''^?')             TI ^r�5^h^'^'^'""*'^ � ''^'^^'^^^-'^^^^^                froouNotMngbam.aHd^frmNewarK.                               ^1^ Edition.)a Novel,, in Two vols. 10,,   By' Captain ThTsote ol^i^Zf^re ^T^^^ ^g^Ur%Qf tbe.g,�t-F^^                              OEAOTIFUL WOME.\-the greatest blcm-    ^rManfwnl, "r7'e One-'htided Monk; a Romance, in 4 g T^lhX^af^'Z^-^b'ifatr ^mt^*�' however, WflHaorethaDfOamefDaMncewc    diatly remov- them, i- ;in eleianl article. pcrfcc;lv in-  ; the Au.horof Lud.v.cos Tale.                       ,    , from wo Persons of knottn Property, euwagingto bJ:oZ ^SSK^f^'^siT"--"''^    n..nf t�^�^nt to u,e. Price.| J; - M.-;;;^-^S^' -^^^ X� ^Sr^'^ ^ HS^l'slutOd feSS^OT '                         Gio^g^Wi. SpiUjurv. Doldt.,.; W,oA. Shrew.b.ry , Tre�-       7. The Iluins of Tivoli; a Romance,4 vols SOs ,^,',,,      p,,,   f.'Z jfent for l^,%rsonad^ ^i"^^ -Lr    ">an. Exeler, Walker (.lo.|,r ;  luff. tbeVl.nham ; Roue,       8. Gothic Legends or Legendary Tales, 2vols. 9s. ,rt.t/� following day to knave llt^ decision tlwr^n, and m^m3^>ii^iOi^   ^FptKffke   Assistance   of    Stamford; ruUister^Margat.-;.; (..vg-r)   Br.ght.n; Bin-       Seyemj Merary Novelties are at Preb^. which will be ,^,,14/1^0   hfppen that during the conUnuance. of the �Km&SiiS xoiBldeVed bs-DSJUSTLV; PROSE-    sieed, Bognor; GoiM. ^.ith ; ft�;n'iey,^ Hirmmg ham : and    published before Christis.-is.   Country Booksellers supplied Contract, no Tro.^ shouldbe .talionedor suffiU-      .   ' T-ifn-O^-!^'"-' - O so   -2iSvmrSt^Qi�^tnral^ aremoreOvc^hqmred td'attend'thi! �xchei{atfir''Bill Office ^KKSKOtiniki   '^:\,^'iA^kat,-imm'^^             iSXeBtlWaadvJutsr so t��ttly fitted, from for payi�entj and to, receive the New Bills, sal give the ^KmSSltlim''       -i S'tSwABfeygo"      0 �     C -l^'A'&^'WW'�*     f 5 0; . ,McW fftwn'aiiM* to a-eompfeteielV-iwil^^                                                                      '                     , ! sirous of receiving paymetu ..f the Principal and Interest, ^^^^^C^bk-'-      -" MiA^V'--/^ !     1 10   gums. onrwrtpmiSle te-rms. Hfaan easy-methtii of fixing      Both W�wl� are.. uriu|^ for Richard PhilUps, No. 6, 1 prtvioas to the said �4ib.dn:. of^^ [^HSPwwfftr       i-rSirtlM                           .teeth finn,6Wh. riveii'��tl>Mjrrpm7ifold,.orili!> pivet^          Bridge-iireeiiBlackfriarsjatidtjiay teBad of all the Riiok- comnw^ted.oa coiMpoUng,(,i�e. 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JP'..f"�flrM. ^�aP�J�lV\^SfiP?^ bou^nfoftheir List.,delWCrtd^gS^.he-J4th;*ovem- .do-^vdlS^*"t^^t  '        eef%ii^W�il^Uont�ti^�i�cthaifdga^�iUica*e8(id!       tbe�raprict&r of^UTbBR'SlltiaTtt ^POWDLR, ^ ber.'idav be accomabdated -^^mmmif, ^rrying �HHI>K�Vv         Id^ 4WQIiH^CasU^-4�^              aft*?.-          "                             '            .   .....iiflaldTbejtleitvetp^lnd.hls CoafUrywomen^lhwthe lo/t^^ an Imerrat of Threc-penceOoefMtoJnrtiaiWSHBSi^ ^^HK^liC    1 X     L\lMr i to              .'CAlKGB'S-^HERRY'WTION'Kfirethes the liiratt^ One Hnodrcd Polnids, iK>hlcfa ^V&il^!wSBf9^fSSlS. t^^KmSi^^ ... ir. e-^OgJi^^fitiiig u^MMUaleW-iwecKm the bn^aib^ahd-from exMfVnce ; .4hc�\ounit arjAem a rtftunand^anVallby-appearance� , said -'lih il 11 rf fh 1 in--T, irn?i'niiifflWKiB|hSEit ^H^ttaMiw^-S':.- S^!'^! ?iitia�sl^^^             0 ^S   .i)g'�-:^^.4^:^bni^: ^^-^^^^         10    iittificialilMar-fiiitraHti�Uri^uiMnrmlon>'g: asitprevenistm   vr^hMeai Iiiilfecobmelid�d to the atteaHon af all ranks, have been iidvertised to be ^doff, uiSSQ|^H^^aS � ^�gggr^^isiiiifl^^.fe' Aajf^                          naUiniMeelh.bi(tomingloo�eor<5�ttHn*�h iMtfi>^^^                     if^iliS^ce IhStbl Che!^;L�tioai� .far pftfenMe ^ ,bape and vennillioti hue ,,qjld a^CHtom pretentiTe agaitat X{                 ^"fy;V.y^i.^ ^^J^BTOflBrV' ^�^M^feil^lS^Mr.Vllni^^^                 toArqiid^ie�tBiW��^to|*f�>'''''emooth,teell,. or    tb?Tootli^icbe.^Mo composition    thisJIml ever bren^ht f*; ^'j^'^^^f ^^i^'^wf ^i^S^^ ^BK^^jM^^^^^^^^^'^^^y'  !:\\              .*�i^=TI�CliertyOrtM>�tot�TtiealWv<�^^                     forwaid toMblic notice, b
                            

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