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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                 �Ji-'"-' SATURDAY, NbFEJ^BER 4, 18(^, PRICE SIXPEVCE^HALFPEX^T. , li^^.^HsoeiBTYforSUFVfliJBSSION of VICE, ''"^ B!iP(��BMt^lire iaJiuciid to represent to the (lo'prevent tbe brraeb of tbe Stibbaih, &nd BSfcnted. anA tteiMteiKles- of the Court of t knne bren pillwy, public whipiiing;; ai>J lonr TbeCMilifia^'J^ve to�l&le,tbal iaevrry lV�seniaiis Ita^ii been attended with success T^abvHpiloiUt w�H be reoeivrd by tbe Treasurer", H�*�l, BrBDiwkk-sflaair ; aad.by the Secreiajy, Mr, MOTION.-A aeifynian.ftetivepn aOandlo \ltm& b�ir Ihi; ronst strict eB(|iiiry; leiivrs his \ytr�nt si-ri^l'dtortolbe Sua of a NofaleoiuD, and mhhn toiut-rttlttcvreandedacationof two or more Young Gen-J^Hrhose Farenu jnay-prefer I�rtv;ite Tuiti-^ii. Tie fa>ictable reference*, Mrhenevc; required, ciiii be jriven. iat^(portpaid) Ite�. A. B. i^bt-Offic*'. a.pffi.-ld.   J m^TlQN-UNiVJilllSITY of StT^. %BfiW&-Tte�e�. JAMBS HUNTER L. I;. D. E'GYPT.-HENRY ASTON BARKER'S PA-i NOU&MA, L^iccslrr snuarc. upou the tarcrst scale in tbe worid  exhibits a uilendid Vieir of GRAN D CAI-ItO, wrt'b tbe celebrated rynuaidB, &e.-and ane of tbe in-teri:trof Uubliii. AiUiiittaact; to each Paiotins one sbiDins. Open from ten till dHrfc._2._ _ IF the Midshipmao, who left his Family on the 2Clb 0f October, will return to his Kaniih^ or enquire nt Mr. Hooth*�, Siatiunfr, Uoke^ftrert, I'onland Ciuipuri, LuD Soa, he will bear of bii JiCMfeer, and every tbiog irtU be settled tu bis �atl>f.icliun. NOTICE.-Those Persons wlio hare any dc- \ itutod'ajpiiiM ilic Estate of the late Mrs. GROIKiE i BATESON, of Crtiit Marj-'.r-bone-strei-t, or Thos. Balf-gnn, Iwq. lull' a fjomrt iathe Utnpmnr, are mtuekied to send tbcir arcoanls, sente4 and dirrcleJ, to (he ICxrcutors of Mis. liaieson, No. 7,Great Mary-Ie-boae-street, Cavcndish-suunre. Condon, N.nr. 1,180?, _ HKHLKTTS SUPKlia filBLE. THE EIGHTli  PART of this  USEtUf. and ELKGANT FAMILY BIBLE, was this day ptihlished, on Iti^ paper at 9s, and ou ithaU paper at Ta. Tveniy Quarto I^ilie�, ffece      bonDf La;*-IS. i'olice-19.. yVrcidems and Offences- bXinin, Mnrri}iees, niid Death?-it. London Market:- ifc Gkods imparted dunng the Week-2:1. Rates of losu-bace^. PublitFunds-25. Conrveof Kxchangc, &c. "^dew: wwwd by Messrs. Bell and De C:�nip, No. U, mhe-�trfeel. Strand; aiid by nil Bonkvelvrs, News-- Clerks of the Roods, &c. throughout tbe United m " - -_��-.-� �   . - . �__________ ^IitiAJ�tainr:CAltHNES.Si-^All Persons Who LbaTcaiiv drroaad-en the-Iate lirra of ALfcAM nod lJt'1'aifJBSS..ainl wh^haf* not already sent a particular jtCjiif, in .writing,, to JMessi^i'Sifymnar-ami M.mtriou, of :^si�pire nns who are inaeliied W^.sstunfe FiiiB.nre heiic^orib.nciucste^ to pay their ti-^trai�V4f6.lH'to Ihe isa'mc'.Sonil^ild^, nn^ not to cillii^rnf tbe fnfiiiert,fruity persnq empIoV^d in either oT their behalves fANT;^-a;-Dec!ree of tlic High Coiat of rrjr.'oiiide ^A^Caaiewl'aitt vnut Wilkinson, � of. RICBARI) ItAASONS, funnerlv of Ca-' ' CobBty ^riGlaiiioi^^nV ntid now', of late of ^ilniwnii^iioaiilly ofGlaAtdrgao, Iron Mas- ----ve'CKeHteAatcit^bi TnisL-^^e^dndated tbe IGth ,AKiut;ifi03,(ioiii^ plesdiiu ojrthe;�aiA Caiise meii-...^^'iFa'c'b oilier pKiiitiatrt rnlilled to the beift t tfiere-''-ifriialM thert,'t^tk@iHwf oCt6�trii�t Ettate;are forth-'^^�"-"^ftt.^^f^y^A^^wtTp.l debts before Francis Lijd, &qt �neOT ers,itr$o�bambtaKa>liiB}ldnig �'SMLt�il4efiuilt tUn�ofi3lb(t'Wfli!be.�.ciudcd the benefit ;Decree. � v^i^� �-tifiyMOTJlliiiJ^ONTRilOU, Solicitors. pt.^otestM:oJob let, a Gcn^ I HOUSE,~:Wttb COAeb'-hbtise'aod Stabling -for -,'6araeiB,'.Piewdi^^Trrawid. &6.' together wttb larresof gi|edflKi^ ir jsml ar.-ible. Lai)d, with suit--Jiiin^ pleasaa%, Mtnaf^il ^ror the Chdrcb at Wink-^.-.tbeCpdntjr^of Sedn^ttiton-s. 'l^^pgei<, , 4,- Cheap. 1l�erHrll*;;lAtIen^TC,)0,xfpTt^^t^ee Bbakselleti;: p packeto ^^ii.5a^pi� y ��      ' '   � '       . -.     � all of Hbicb___ , deserts). New Jordan Almunds, .Pislnrhiu Kernels; Preserved West Iiidia Giiigor,-IJairu, J><�u pairs and Gnava Jelly, uilb. a varirfy jof other  ire rpi|li�trd tn nvike immrdiale iipp.ic.itioii to Mr. Wilson, ihe AgeiiL, No. (>, Wardrobe PL.te, Great Carter-lanr, Doctors Ci>iiimoiis. N. B. The rich quality of these Mines, and their j�rcnlinr local advantages, render iheni m l-rxainin-ition of all the u^^ual Methods of obtaining'relief in that liisi-a^t the radirul c>iral l^^en lal.b made its appearance in Amerira ; and it has hern reprinted in l^omJon; owiiigtullie warm apiiroBatilm and very favourable opinions . expressed by the lovers of poetry in l-Inglahd of some �x-Jltacls whtcli nppenred inn periodical iVti^celtaoy. "" "    � ' r Riciiard Phillips, L   " Printed for all Booksellers. London ; :iiid lo be had of - jSfjwminory; wbi '*^gS�t�.t�ieP�bliejt (hnseof This day, were published. l.TONDARI CAUMINA, Beync, Vol, III. .   JL    ?pntii*ens. Scholia ad PinilSri Cnnnioa; et Oodofre di licrmaniii conimeataMo^ MetriS Pindart, 15i. boards, fimpaperlSs. ro^rnlpaper.lilii' . 9. Pind-iri Carniina et^Fragoiesfa a Che. fJod. Heyoe, Three A'olomesffvo: If. 19�. boards, fine papetSf. 8f'.'royal paper 2/. Hs. - ' 3. Pindori Carmioa, Heyie, ^o, 5�. board*.. 4.-,Saphocli� TragiBditB Septem, .fX edit. Frtin. PhiU .BnincS,,Two Volumes fivoj li. 10s; bdards, royal paper.- .   5. SophotSii TtagieditR Septem a Braock, 2 voL 32mo. lOs.bnards.    . . ' fi.""'Viopeot Boa'me's Pottical Works and L�(teii, Two" Vbliimes foolscap Pvo. Itt". 6di'      ; 1 7. Potter's l^ragedietof Sophodis, Svo. ICs. fid. ' 8.-~-:-- jEscHylus, 8�o. 9i. " . Printed andsVild by flobert BfiS?,.'Oxfnrd ,' and sold Hy LiingiilaO^ Hum, |Rcc?^ aad Orae, and J.i Mackialay, Lou-.don.,.. ; ..       . � , ,_______ OBBAILD'S GOflJGII -PR0PS,-^h6 fpllpWi. MUSIC.-This day i-i" published, anew lidilion, with Ad. ditiiHis aitd Improvements, price fis. in boards, or7s;ete-ganilv bound, ACOMPLETK DICTIONARY of MUSIC, to which is prefixed, a familiar Introduction to the Ur>t Priuciplesof that Science. By THOMAS BUSBY, Mos. D. Printed for Richard Phillips; Bridge-street; and to he had of all tbe Masic�eileis and Booksellers in Great Britain. Of whom may he hnri. The Cabinet of Poetry, ton-i.^tiii^ of all the brsi Poetry ill Ike Laugbage, chronologically arranged, with Lives of the Poetsit�y Mr. Pratt, Six elegant Volumes, price Three Pounds in iid'arda. Classijcal Portry for School; and Young Perions, selected bylhe s:uue AtilHor, on tine paper, price 7s. tii. id boards ; oa Common Paper;     (JiL_ ART of ELEGANT COVli^OSlTION.-ThHday is published, in niiynl Hino. a new Edi| dii, price li. (id. bound awl leitererti with ihc full allowance lo Schooli, rrtllK KLKiVlKNTS of ENGLISH COMPOSI- JL TION, designrfl in a CoUr>e of Fdtication to (ocrerd ' lo Ihe Study of (He l-Jnglish Grammar and the Learned Lan-BUafees, and adapted to the Ufis of Petsuos in general who Hish to acouir* a good style.-By D A V1D1R riN G; LL. U Printed f.ir Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-�treet t and to be had of Sugie afid Co. �diabi%h ; of Keene, Duldiii; and of all other. Bouktellim. - Of whom may aUo bi; bad. Letters to Wti Son oaTn-ste, Litetnture, aiM Composit om by the late Itev. George Gregory, D. D. &c. Priqe 13s. io buitrdy;    _�   �- '    .    �        _ TllE MONTHLY i'liiJCliPf'OR itEVIVKD, wifd ' it Guineas^worlb of Priz^.p.efinanlb. On Satnrday (hells October i#a� af published, to fe comioned oo ihejjrst day etiery iai>!.th, illustrated by numefdUs eng^aviJigs, price *ak.:.iT_____I_____ � "One Shilling and Stxpeace. .. IHE SCHOOL MAG AZtNE^ orfhe MOxNl'H- _  LY-ERECEPrOR taevery bramfc of Biiowlcdg.-. intended to form in its progress an Universal. Library forlbe FroiiiordBEJfTlNCKlo Mr. BUTLER,./, Cheapside-,! -       Loifdbn.     "      . .   ..... SIR--J tioniarR recollectpoe instance inwliicl_____ ,ed/hey have bien'properlr adiniiflstered.' A ver^�fd 6c freniaD,;�i.fri^nd Afmiiie, 'abn�e fiQ yemft^bas^aJien^tiem in very small .^uaatities,ihese six moaiiis.aiid says'he basrognd ! �iegreaJ�i benefit frifM tjreto, arid ftlriid�^erse�ertn� mi Sf)W*boleaU'^�^^ at Mr. Buil&Ps; No. 4, Chatp-- ! m&^ 'pf PafoiidMer-row ; nnd retail by most CoaBirv.  HeWfeinsfT��fewjA Bottles 2�. Sdj.and.ft. iW. tathj j. BSC of Young Petsoni of both scxcj.    N E�ry Number to be accompanied by Prize Exercises io Composition, land Questions in Mulhematics^ and Ihe useful Sciences, with a view to t^lnulate (he enrolatian of Young Persons, (whether publicly or privately edncaicd) w every part of tbe Empire. Tbe.PrJ;C^ to C'*n5i� of Globes, Tele, scopes, 'Micro?cope5, Mathematical laslrnmenU, and valuable Books.-Conducted by a Society 6f Clergyman and Men af Leticfs. The Utility of tbe Monthly Preeeptor, when it was a fey years since in course of puldicntion, occasioned its temporary discontinuance to he th'e snbject of rrgret W ma'ny bondrra jchodlsand Famiiiy the senior sebolars, Schmilmaslers or Go�em�s�'�hn InkeuowardJ of twenty five copies, wilt be*nUtlcdto.ae'>py gratii. and to aa alloirance of nventy DicttdRary, Of whom may be hnl, by ibesome Author, The Uniiienal Hlugmpbioai and Hislorical Die pribe ISs. in hmrds. TO young LADIES A>1> ladiks'! BOAHDl^G Schools-1'hisday'Spublished, ioShandiome volumes,. price Li', bound and iettrrcd, or ISs. 6d. elrnanih bound, rpfiE LADIES' HISTORY of ENGLAND, JL written cxpreBly for the use of Young L.t Hers to a Young Lady .H School.   By CHAltLOTXE ,S.VIiru. Primed for Rirhard Phiilips, No. 6, Bridge^streen-Blait*-friars; ind to be had uf all UdokseUen;, wliha fd^ allow-rtnce to School*. A LIBRARY  toil XdlbMi Pt:HiONi:^~~X. Tliis d.iy were p�ibUiinTlT^T*� BuRjotiT^^PWIHOPI'W* lloni-s, e-:,�e)liibed Wttte wbaerous lingravln^s, price ten Shiiliiifts. >alf-houod. ,      ,     .       . rpABART'S COLLECTION af t�OPULAR X STORIES for the NtlRSERY, selected from (be Frvarb, Itilian; and old English Writers, newly thiailated and revised. The d.sign of (his Work will be t^besi explnided by miming tlie twenly-eiglit Stoir.es which form Mie Contents Whitlinaion aii"! hi's Cat Children in tlie Wood Pen>iiella Fortuoatus (iui.-elda The White Cat Roliin Hood Litile Red Riding Hord. H\ue Beard I'uss !ii linoO The Sli'eping Beauty Cinderella Riquel wltli Ihe Tnft Hop O' My Thumb Beauty and the Bi:a>t Fi'rtuiiio Jack tlie Gtaut Killet Tom Thumb Gooily Tvro Shoes The Seven Cbnrapiuni Valentine and Urson I'alal and Fortune Ihe Three W islioi Aladdin Noiiij.Th.'id .'^liCili.i .lai-li nnd the Bran Slallt Sinbad the Sailor. Prinifd (or Talari and Co. lii the Original Jmrnile Library, No. 157, New Unnd slieet, iinil tilit had uf all the BooKscllcrs and I'nynien in Ihe Kiiifd'om. Of w liom ni.-!y ulso be bad, 1. Talwirl'fi Mo'al Tales, in Pi-ose and V^-rse, srlccled a-id revi-ed fr.Mo .lolm-on, Co'dsinilh, lliiwkesworlh, Markeu-zie, M. Piorre. Prrcaj, l{:ii-l)aiild, Ad.tOiin, Janffret, A'ri i\r. in 1 v..|.�. biinlar in the above, jirice 10' half Uuunil. "i. liilile, or ."^crifilu'e Stoiies, coii'^i-lilijj of all ihe ilf-tarhed iNarratwes in the Old ;t:id New Twtument, in ihe LanpiuUV* <: (if rsons, with t� eiitv-f'inr ifij^Tivirtr". pr ci-�I'', fid. h.ilT lioi.nd. 4 Culli.er'i I'r.iveN, alvhrev hihH, m lUi twelve coloured CTi'jraMig'!, |.ric�-'s. tjd. Iialf l)r:uii.l. ~~      CON I'l-.Hii'ciiTAii' 1"' i;i(u;ra7'11Y.~''   ~" Thiid.-iy is (iiihlished, in a large Ociavo Viilnnc, price I2i. 1-1 fi(ianf>-,eniheliis.'icd witii Porirai'.�, PUBIjIC CHARACTERS of 18US-9; brFu:! and A�ri;rate Memoirs ut varioo* Prr-'Oiw dxi'^iii-hrd ill tilt walks of Public Life, in the Si b.iIiN the lA-arncd I'ro-f.-'fli.iii?,'.he Arinvaud -Vavy, l.)iplu[ti icy, Liieratui-e, Coni-meree, and ihc Arts. Among the Persniw of wbctnt t)>rc appear biep^raphicil actontils in thr p'reiieiil V'olumi: are lli'r to InWine.; viz. Biphopofst. Uavid's, Hev. W. Cote, Sir P. FraiiCi'. K. fl Aiarquii^ of I.aii.daMne, Lor.l 11. Peli�, Lor.I Holland, Sir W. (.rant, Chief J u-lice Jav, fir. IJeiviislcr, Miirq (s .if Loihinn, Ijirl of Diiiidona d, Lord Cochrane, Sir Alexander C-cUrane, I nlonel \. V. Juhiistuoe, Govern t Clihroii, .Sit S;�.nael R.-milty; neneral .Sir J. Mn irt, ^i^liop of ,\orTv:rh, tiencial I'ifZjiutnel ,  piesof successive (aige Mi-li-iii-^, must redder unneressa'-y anv further e.tphiiiaii.jn of^ its uii|iroved and highly ul-fui jil.iri. Tiine has, however, conferreii ii fealure On this pntiliralion which it couM not originally posiess, ami the aii^mhn^ fC�thcof Heath lias converted l�c early volumes, wiln some few excrpiioiB, into a Necrologji of OUitU:�ry of di:paf1ed excelle:icr. In t'lis point of view the work exiiibits new claims io general interest ; rind as evefy successive ediliun:haS been carefully revised aii* improved, the workni.iy he generally received lis a faithful Biogtaphii^al ii'.st�r) ot the present Tiines, coijuected. with the weakne�ei�f'tbeir.vfftsels The use of Hickm.la'a Pills, hy brafiug these organs,restore, the secr'tioh of the urine tp a If �.itthy sttile, and prirventt the fart'he^J]^rt>ih�ct)on of that mntfer vifiii-li forms stniiC'.liiiiidrera-ypl. li IS fr�m surcess'in pKvale vmtrfeccv ail4at,t
                            

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