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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                f' IZimM that brfajJon, I sliould he - waiting .^pth lo my -,T'fc^**d wUh �re>nch, us leave no other anxleiy on 27Mini''fhiin ^hht my *�t e;terlU)n� ,ln Ae �er�ice of the anMnviiiayibe 6�iid so conducire fo Its interot, a�  AYuir. obedient and di .X'' - .   -       JQHN Bl.i ___levoted Servant, ^ ' ii'tS't a ME^fi^G ofihe COMMON cbtXCIL * A of the CIT* of LINCOLN, oft.l'Vldjiy; OctiAer 27, �^�innMtaioWv:fW^ ttiat 4he fotl-wlnz du'iful ^fiWSdbcrpfeiiited to hU TSlnjestu by the ifecorder ,0$Iv�XCELLIiNT MAJESTY, ,^ jrWtKul liiJil U�yal Sutjett^ the *lay4ri ,NE or twa GENTLEMEN inai: lie accomK .V^ n�P(JjfcUd wiib jiOA^ smj L.6pGi5G, or UMrdi onl^J to IhelfodSe of a fayifly of tU6rA'fespectnbllA,; at "the�Wwf KHdof Ih* Tiw�d. . IJcttcra a�'�' Throne with our Uiart-felt con- ^^UvtioiHoutheAbiiivenury of your Majesty's ucceosl9n i. '  Ajkbaveiwtd Dortribnte of praise and thank'pving lo the (j^JbfttfirtilMfpbser of events, that it has-pleased his good -�<-�*, in ipercy to tfe(i,Kiiigduin, to have watched  ttfevefyfft^iect, iif nich iaatitoaltle value .____irith li^ifttttoih, that your Majesty lias HkecharBttn-ofitheMum^rcb, with every ibiig ...idignity t6tli�Grnwn, or >h"itli-an itromoic'ilie MHaenatiMi^aditrBlDg;'at the same liuie, the cha-leman,~wraic?ery �irtii� thut can exalt liuuian iiti-ihMfrbilst your Mbjcdti. have heen laiipv iimlrr fir real every religicus, v-fltf-ffiM and egyitaliteUoverumcBt. your Majesty's illu � (fSeltuwrie has^niit'IesseneutWIIy conducrd lu their .Tii�pfuef6,.by Ihe/BBffoiHi peWonaance of every rellgi javnli-liiddfiniestie dutv. ' liiHiealQiigaadttrduflnsrelsn, iil lirtirs dnitarallcled as JwTuder'tlie-'WeaiiS; of Providence, amidst ihefatl and ?rtduf>'�rrnRndingGb�jfninieiiti, >�>ur Majesty bu� beea !.�rcf*folinthaiendenvbiif. .. .   . il is our frrvent prayer, thai your Majesty s constant de-V Mf�'a      �>��fe-, and honourable peace, may li* crown-(ilwftb 8 �pecdv^ccompIikbi�rnt ;-bm if in the uuernne . ijidbai of Vfbvidencr, war-is �till to continue, luuy he gu , >Arih �itb ypur ^eet* and annies, and may he aid tbe'ir inviii-.cible^aldur, unlU that objict shu I l>e uttaim-d. '''''|in|irns^d9i'h these�eotiai'>n(s, we'humbly oflVr up to t,^bud Mercies, our earaest supplivutiuii> that his crtuiuus 'jirottriibnmay.be ciqitliAedtu yotir Majesty,ami ihut vou i-r^a|iiy.tinig,in heallb;and.Mreagib, reign uvtr a bap)iy, a iree, �naBgniteful l*ec�u.r,.  ilNtfI       -�  .-.v.-iv.-------- LIME STREET WARD, Londoa, Nov. 4, J809. ATa Wardniftte held liy virtue of a prccopt Js. rrom the Riiht Hon. the L�rd Mayor, at the Scliuol T .fioose. in St Mai)' Axe, tor the elrctou �f an Alderman of the said Ward, in tbe room of John l'riu>ep, Ebq. re- viteiea; !   -ttlttlAM JftG'bni Es<|; M. p. ritiaen and Fletcher, ,va(iiniuiiin�u�)y electid Aldrnnan of ilie sjiul Wiird. '""ftrtblved uautimously. That the Inhabitants of (he VVnnI f LimC'itrrel, deeply regret these\ere illness of tlieir iaie norlhyAldemiaii JOHN PitlNSEi'. Esq. which lia� oh-' "ligrdhioi to withdraw from tlie Court of Ald inder(akiag-n-Ub all possitfle.dlspatcfa, are ready to re-'ceive prouoials from peraons proprrly qualified t&'fiU'th^ *'Oi6t!e of Etigiitber.-'-Such'persnra ai%'desired-to send pror '];^tii.i^ed lip; addressed to thb Cnnnnitiee, atibe Viri gihia t;plf -house, jPumliill, on or before the 29ihofNo^ vember, on which toy tlie Committee Vill iHeet for the pnr-' pose of taking the nhme into eon^ideratinn;' By Order of tbe Committee;-'.. JULIUS NASir, Clerk. Londonj OctobcrStf, 18i)9. ASTXoNDON W.\TEaWORKS.- is hereby given. That a Special General Assembly df of tbeOimpany of Pronrielnrs will be held on Tuesday the SUtdiiyof November, Inst, atjhe Hour of Kleven in ihe i'^weonon, at Ihe City .of London Tavern, in Bi>hpp*cate-.4treet, in the City of Lomtotf; for the purpose of noni(iutiink rly, T. S. PIjCKKRlNG, Chief Clerk and Sec. East London W ater Wi-rks Oilire, St. llelen'p-plnce, Nov. 1. LLAM aiidC^UTlLN'lvSS.-All Pctsods who . have any deniaoil on the lute liim of ALLAM aud CAITHNESS, and who have not already sent a particular thereof, in writing, to Mesi^rj. Seymour anil Montrinu, of Margajifl-streel, Cavendi^h-viiuare, Solicitors, are requeatcd forthwith to tend the snme; anil all persons who are indebted to tbs same Firm, are henceforth requested to pay their respective debts to the same Soiiril;>-s, anil not to ciihcroflhe Partners, or any pi'r36n employed in either of their behalves other than Mesor;. Sejniourand Montriou. lATlM.-WANTED on LEASI-:, by an uiide- _   niable tena;it, a Fa'ni from I5J to 2j0 Acres of Land ; if within a moderate distance of Ihe metropniis. or any considerable tnwn,il wohU he preferred.-'Letters to T.B. Ro^;?, Rainbow Coftec Mouse, Cornhill, London, will be imniedia-telv ntieiidpd I". >0 nOOKSELI.Elts', PUBLISHERS, PRCNZ - TKRS. &c. -Wanted to dispose of immeiliatoly, the /COPY RKiHI" q. late Alderman of this Ward. . ti^.lUsplvrd noaniraously. That the thanks of this Wardmote ::J�P�nHothe RightUnn. SirChailes Flower, Bart. Lord i,f(l|l.ypr of this City, far his polite and prompt attention to .HlhsiRbabitanli of the Ward, up>n this aud all other ucca- ilerrd. That the above .Resolutions be signed by t!.ie  i; JOSEPH KRECH, Ward Clcik. ViS^^.--r-.-_ �ki    CATTLE LIFE INSURANCM CO.MPANY, K^ImOtuted 1809.-t^OpilBl �m,m.  Ollice, Skinner street, V-rirt' West Smillificid, London. �C^***-^ '^^"^'^ to inform the Public, �',*i'hattli* Office forTliv the general business hi ; tlie Cooipany B ww'^'-n, where printed Proposals, con-jK?"* Jlie Prrj�loiiii*iiud" toiiditioiiS of losttrance, will he ' '    �   I. The capital of pounds each, pro- _     -______.......____ general Courts for -. �   'Yj*��''arc8theyinay hdJdj butoo proprietor will he �B-fWikdvtpjoaj^tbanlen votes.. Ten per cent, on each share ai^.whru-caih.'d for b/tbp Dirccion, and no more^ inircd nules^fouadabsolutely u-ccssary. f-�ei $t.iAp(4iraiiousJisve been very numerous from all parts of the om, bat Ihe mapy coiisiderations requisite lo this nnder-i, have prevcntid the Directors from givine aatw eis to. ijiplikani: irtlatJgcm*titiiare,*owever, making logiyc as spiecdily as^BSSftiblr. ,.   - eare yet vacancies for agenlst for which, country .. -.VJtewards �f nobJejiieii and genileiueu, and farmers of gJieclabilUyi wfll be'prifcrred: but as no person can be itp - R^JNtlcmen, dwoertand brcedttrs of Cattle, farmers, graziers, f,'"ber�, who:inay(b� disposed to comiicnaiice this In-.Woo. by chtwing their Live St.ifck tobeiusnrci) by the ^�ni�any, A depositor tvo per Cent, only has been calteil ;^ch(hiire^ And pad lo Messrs. Smith,. Payne, luul Kci"ii'11 HoiiJe.�ireeii>rMe�rs. IJaromcrsleys and i^w^'.^ll-M.ill, bankehi tu the. Cnmpuu}.  Country gentle-ff^Mf proprirtora, witl be tfnpuiuted honorary Directors in Sffifrwgectivedtstricti. ' jWjlintUireetars rcqac8t,;that applications made to them by ^fW'.betiddresscd^ tb>lr offer, and p�,i paid. By Order o,f tbe iJirectors, ,,.   ^     , 'WM. BAldLlE.OfliccClert. 'member KISOS. ''7 I        ', ' KV. '^VM.^JfiAllGiiAY'S ANTIBILIOUS b^ti�r.. ''S'"^SI*liCli*ms�ild by the appointment of I' '^?-   Ch�nS�id�;:i*hole�aleagent, at Mr. Wm. ''""If^'^llw w���rtne whlch;ba�e not the oaine eJ>sraf td ,     .   Thh dav are pnb'ishediin 8vOi.pr-re 93. boirils. F-CyEftalONS, onSE VERAL SUB J KCTS: from the V�J.dWT��faaient.^y-JtlHN HAMPTON, JVl. A. Hector, ' of Sunderland, and Curate of St. John's CImprl. " 1 �PlTJiie4,fi(iirt.o(rghraii,-Ha�>t,-Rers,aml Oriiie, Paternoster | Row; and-sold by the Booksellers ia Suodorland, Newcastle, ' Duyfaini,Bod;hire.-T� he LET, for twentv-one years, from L.i"h-I)ay ne�i, three Sitnalions, each containing a delightruU'y situated farm-hnuse and ollices, with niyqii.-intily of rich pasture and nicnilow land, not exceeding (iU Acres, capable of beiiiK converted' into either of the above pnrp^ se� at small expcnce.-Further partirulars of Messrs Brings, Locheltand Fi>hiT. (jray'.--lni>, London; or J. Loudir.i, Ejq. Tew Lodge, Eiisioiic Lcclge, Enjtuoe, Oxfordshire. Also a situalion ia .ill respects desirable for a Nursery or Markel-Ganlrii. t.lligge's teleordtcd" MAGNEllO RA. ZOR TABLET, pntron^Md by his Royal Hiehncss the Prince of Wales, having become so high in rrpuintron as to be considered the only invebtlon iu the world capable of fonning a most scientihc and aruieed/re to a Razor without the use of oil or grease. The Pronrirtor and Inventor feels it,hisdutrto ciuuioii (he Public that none are genuine but such at are sold with his signature John Thomas Rigge, and numbered in red ink, price 7s. (id. at his Warehou'te, 5-2, Park-slrect, GrnsvrDor-tqnare ; and 65, Cbeapiidr; also by regnlarlv appointed agents in eveiy city and town in t: r deLiy, on the charges authorised hv Act of Parliament.-.. per bottle, or one hoiile rnnt.aintng fonr small, at one guiuea, or six guinea h-niles at ft-ve pouinls. Sold Wholesale and RelaiUby the Proprietor, A. Prince, No. 9, Jolin-slreet, Oiford-streer; and. by appomtment, Mr. Smith, Perfumer to his M.ijesly. New Bi>nd..>i(reet; Jlendrieund.Somi,' Perfumem to bei^-ftliijesty, Titchborne-ttreei, Goldfn i^�are { Ba\l.v aud Re�, I'eifum-n to the Prince � and Prhici-ss v'f Wa^os, and Ouke and Dnchefs of York, 5, Cockspur street j Harding and Howell, 89, Pall Wall ; Betrr, Greek street; Uav son, 59, Fleet-street; Rigp",65, Chenpside ; Holmes, Bolton, and Tutt, Roy^ Exchange, Unnlon ; and by most of the principal Perfomers or Medicute Venders in England, Ireland, and Scotland. Couolry Shopkeepenscndlngthelrorderifoany Wholesale Veiider they deal with In London, will receive liberal allowance. ^ Observe the laid an the outside wrapper rf oairh bollle is sighed in Rnnian gold ink, " Mocbrikufsky jani Prises,'.' ups vi^boat that signature are counteifeits. Tly Tw Printed for J.. ^-----^,nur. hmon. A Thisday is publitb'd. piire (is. JOURNAL of the MILITARY OPER.\. TIONS during the Blockade and Sioi,-i, iiriiiiL-a in i voi... ov). price 1/ \ps. b.iai d-. HE HISTORY of Ihe HELVETIC RE- _ J'UI)r.K:S.-lr) FRANCIS 1UHI-. ,N \ Vl.OR, I vi. Printed f-r J. Wa.ina.i, 2'.', I'oiiltr,Oi whom aiay be b:nl, ju t polil^sln-d,  - The Present Slate of rnrkf \ ; or, a Descrinlion of the Politjcnt, Civil, ao-l lieligio is Constiiminn, >voniineMl, and Lnws.of the Oifomao Empire. Jij Thoma' Thorutim, lisq. Second Edition, with corrections and atlrtifiniu. nnu illu:itraled by a map of Ihe Turkish Empire, and a plan t>f Couslaiitinapte, both beautifully and accurately engraved on purpuife for ihe worlr,.in2 vols. 8yo. 21s. boards. Tne'History Bf Barliadoes, from the 6rsr discovery of the Island, in the year lo. 9, till the Accesvinn of Lord Seaford,' 1801. By John Pojcf. Neatly printed in onelaree vol. Uo. IL lift. 6d. boards. JS. t^'a Navit f^o /itrebi/ give JSotiLc,. jJuU ^lin. Pruay heztjhe VrJiTVi'.J. nexl\ Ute'sliaTft^'r, d.'yo  /md trnit ^rir tli*.s>tpp!v. f^,wtlm J/^ Ptnon -----....----- -    rm^TT      , jetty's tfiiiniided iirto tbe Stores befor^-imyttj .tied, aiiil also iiit:i ihosf at Cark.and tbe whole [o be j.!ai(J fbrby BlUs payaWewilli Interest ninety da;* after datrl- Ihe ((-rid tivns of the Contiaci may, be stea at the'Secrt-taru's Ollice. ^ A o regard trill be had to any Tender fn ahich the prieashatt not be imeriid in anrds at length, or that thall not be delinm-. td to Ihe Honrd before One � C.'ot* on the said Tiies-duT, the \i'h o/.November rkcxi, >or i^Uu.lhe Person teho ntake> t/it 'I'tnder, or some I'ersuu on his behalf, attends, to n s       *rhin rni'en for TRANSI'ORT-OFFICE, Nov. 4, 1809. ''ff^HE CominissioiiiTS for comlucUng Hit Ma. JL Justus J'lnntpart Service, fur taking rare of Sick und lyovndeii Seainrri, and fur the Cure ani Cmtody of Pi-.s-imrs of If'ar, dii hi-nlii giue noli:e, l/i.it ih;/ Kill be rr.a �'// -jt this UJice, on Tlie.-d;iy, Ihe 'io.'/i of November, 1SJ9, to receive S'Mttd Tendm, unit Iretl toiV/i'  c an Agent fur him, persiiit'il';ntte-td. Eunh Tmicr mmi b: axompmiei by a Lrller rr-tn ti:-  by a Oli'Siary of Teims. 15y (he Rev. J. GOLD.SMI IH. Printed for l{icli:jrd J'hillips, P, lir;d;;e sir.-ct, I.ondo.n ; and to be bad of all Book.*. Hers.- !)i"vvtiom iniiy be had t'le f' Hawing'iip'-rior IClcmenUry Books ad;naL-U to.lbc practi-ral o-e of a 1 irchonl-: : - (iol.lsniitli's (Grammar of Geo^aphy, price 2s. Cd. Lilairs CiraniriKir of Chemislry, J*. (iJ. IJoliiiiSDi.'s (jrarp.ni.ir of Ili-iory, 3s. ljl.iir"s GraiTimur of Philo-ophy, 3-'. M.-ivoi's 1,1-iiitfot. of Si'orl llai:,!, 7s. Gd. Cr-icRL-r's l-.'.ejnents of L.nnd Surveying, 7i. 6d Joxce's Practical Arithmetic, Ss. t)"d._ Mavor'4 Elements of .Naloral History, Gs". RriliiiM>.-.'s Jilemi*i!ts of Wodv'n lit t.ry, Cs, --��-'s Eleinenfi of .Aiiti.-i.t Jli-.tory, Gs. ivor'a Circle i f the hici'-iires, 5". Irving's Eleijienis of Fopiisb Composiii.'n, 7s. fid. Gieg^-ry's Lriterson l,iterninre, Tvvo Vo'iimcs, I3s. --'s Lectures on Expcrimcn'al.l^hilosopbv, Two Volumes Ms. REV. J. GAVifiLE'S BRITISH TE>. ^^K Hr::.^!;!'!! aod Imerest of (ho Jnhab?-tncls of ihisOiuntry, it is 'veil knoiVn, have been the in!ioJiicti:>n ;uifl great life of ou of a |)ols ii.oas |,lanr, and p'e- lon;5 .mill decpU i:ijur<-d by Forrisrn Tea. t'lH-i.TodMclio I'and in a o'osi d irr^jen u- manner,*" ifien. found to.be bl :In:.d, pr-'j-lred in a most alteiitiye andlaborio.u manner, in order lo pre|ui^.^d to perfccl'h.-alih. �    ^     . i :.,    ,. Sold,.,wholep'p and ret^l, at Mr. Butler's, No. 4. Cbrap* si;li-, cnrrter of .Patrriioslef.''row, I'lnd n-qy be biUjafi^U Gsuntry BookW�|lers and AIetpctairVcuit:rt, isuacketsT^ 2i�8d. aud 5s.ifid. each;   

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