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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                f I I r r-.�i _.pWj JiKiviaNG of. .fhe Aler.  VnAjrwrReri, and other Stttiscribenj (FI/JTBf, JieW Uifs clay, fi&rt, io the Qhairl PATBI T AW.~Wantcd au ASSISfi^NT.cotniwfentto" .Tbis^ w.� p�J..Jisbed, pricf jft.j.Sd. ho,r.!s. the Third M^^^^^illrZft^^-'^^^^^        14 PaACTICAL TREATiSK 6t the LUV of -MnfgirtoiiieiiiaJ p.'txaMtnVtdiiiMut^ii^Adirimto A:Z. Mr. 5tpwps v. ytatlgpgr, tffti^wifk.jMari, Gr>y> Inn.' ^;�Yoi�qgiPersoitr"of'respectability wishes for- a J%. J9ii4at>a.ihtKe wtto falj is the r.iijse   tbfir ��:>�> ih?;i:pUefo6lhi�e whose-wounds are aitemleil ��7inimb.�r .jti�abiNljr frniu fnture service; to ibe ]i(t�&nci^4in%%�T�jlr3i'theaeed nnS injirm Hritis^i oC.Vtat, and, to ,tlie- support of the Schu>lj and j eSialiuihed* lit the diOVccrnt Uipols in Fraiin-.' ,j�^upenlbe l, ^hi^Cioixmiftt^ti^iD^ IW.prnV      trilh the. means of pou-jfiahigtheticfustonied ceKet to tb^se nieriturimis objerli). \..8i�hJclrii)tioi�a!r>B'd" advertised  -   aC.3J,Oi9 �CtortnriltrcArisavnfciKg tlie Palriotic Fund, ...... 105 0 ,..... 52 1� JJ^CfifoinrR-M^j'. ...vi...... I 0 aaa?fi.:^^\.     ______..'.., Vv "V^* * ** V* *** * � � 1  0 |,^ihe.P�r^iOh�facb"of JiaJiiiR, ,�eit,aOera Jjcrramviv Uie- Uimv ffatte, ^'i'3B,"t:uratc of Ajlliallous, tip. on S�iul:w five' IsV of Octtiber.... 10& 0 21   0 5 5 ^ 3 .5 'SITO 10 10 . ao 0 X) 0 0 . I) 0 0. 0 0 0 II 0 116 0 6 15 3 6 JO 10 0 , .wai M*lihie.....j-.w.-. 0  0 Mt^'   .. -J. P: WRLSFORl),^ecr.t.:iry.. u^'(ittlvcMpHoijsac^rreei^it.A iii the Bar of Llo) U�6, and (BC panXehvio.'J>c^1^Bf(ed^4n)^nra. 'hVftU&wiilpiwoTuitoiis arcoinpanied-thel usj D.onalion -rv-PATJitoi'it t-0NiJ;.i>UBLiw. ^jft^SprewilMeeiin^of ihfr Cirtlamittee of the Pjitriol c 'tiiilt, hdd'ai Ibe QpuniaercialjiuildingSj 4�a the iiHb day of fttei'nfirr; IK'OD;- -'     .; � -    .. " ; -. . ,;^i^'H|c��*��p�a*'tlw M*erthB'bt:lrrinn.l�^d-S, calling on �e-Pub^lcjoi.additionalCpiiUibiitioriS, alsirttu' Let'rr-fnOn iteijwTri.ir}', r leration tlie .dtecedscHleVn wbi  <'  I 'liwia�upon4h4t'orunfitt?eW;l|o'ya'K**.*^^'^^        duty |riAt;1^:$iita^ffTeir4rhaiteifiid Pohnds'Uritish- to their ! Kwd.;av pi ttih Coanity hay^.io evi-rj;� instance ezprrienoed lb' ; iM^attrUb'ati iwdaldf-wliicb have hi.-en so lijierally atT-irtl- j *>jKLL RAl!�NJ?, &c. &c.-Just im-�ItJl p>-rtp
  • �^eilK�D^vf< ^^� IlaJTjlJttkef, opposite the - j^OpPnt ll�us<-J . � ..^ - _ /"GOALS'.-^Ihe.. Newcastle .Coal Comijany beg \y leaVe to acquaint the Public, that they ore now selling -thfrbfst C'�al at 74i. per Chaldmn, wii'rranted'eq s thi-ir Coals j�f this Coin-.|>;iiiyym)t only in price hut quiiiliy. Lose no time, as t.'oals im- likely li' t�e at a Vf-ry. high price this wint<�r.-Orders taken at No. 21, Great Russell street, BlonmslHiry, and 31, Sonthmolton-s^treet, Oxford-street.-.-N. B. No contie-tion .wilkjiny other house. ' EW FOREST.^o be SOLD or LET, wjth- _ in five miles pf Lymia^ton, a very desir.-ible FRIiE- ilO\.U E-iTA I B. situate in the bosnnr of tlie Korest, ndini-'rably calrulittcd for the reiidenccut any oliirr ;iSM>laace; li^lfWette-; thirty-three ]>co�li>>h aiul olher .Airs; and �|>|'li,itirtske? Iu various' kejstlie; wluile fiouviug (he jttfrapaiijlcninplefeihoi'k.of the kii^f rJcittpt. inSiit'Printed tor:suia_sild' tiv the Author, No. 17, Knight^yder-^t^eet, rTnclorfConniion!!. l��Raink,m,theTit!.'caurfA.ddress..- '�i3^SIRUM0!�iT.,--NEW WHEAT.- l^^jirilUed di*fcHp.lt�H'n'V-4U)d' directions for making. . j^jj^^yatis;, hut .vei'y, j^.i^|lBfe, rtibtroiiietrit by any cuu'.ilry ^lt�anVy�r a frmii'g' exiienfAnd H ivhicli Corn of any "^w^lnkrst-t siiigl.> al n-gslnf distances, with ^reat ease, |^f:iful.expeditiont^. priise 10s.,(id, \ Saving of sijf 1! jfiiy.a p^clw or pf tUe sort^below ll'tbreif qoarts &kliiKicieiit'for an acre , %/t .4,NSI0N,audSE V^N HUNDREDACKES, ..TIL bxf.irdshin-.-I'o be tj6j.lJ> by PHIVATE CONTRACT, a cimoiiidious Alahsioii, jind upwards ot 7U0 acres of nay rich laad, -fi-rming at once a in si d-sirable country re-si4encerHnd (iroGlahledfp6t furcapiti-l ;.ibe valuril-reiiial is aw.)'', n-vear ; price rwenty-sii years purchase, deduciing ...... tlie'diirereiice bitwee'n the actu:i1 and vnliled rmlal. 'J he II of i ^fi'a� 'at Lady Uiiynexirat which let"- I period the Msuision-hnuFe.will come hilirthe piirc'iaser's pos-sd^jlon. Afterward-a farm or two drop in every year, and at this eml.i>f4hre.eorfwur>ear3, ifneuthe whole is in ha id,it jDU).y,ke let cop i'.Br^Eg9,-Lockett. and Fishe*,. Gray's Inn, Lomlun, an4 X L�iMlP>:t,�s, t�gjtlirr with (t^ acns �' copyhold high j landiidjoiuing, in the (parish of Manra, iii the  ecupaiion of.. Mr. Jnhn Wurili, at a very low rent, whose term will ex. ] pirc.at Lady 1810. AIh� a compact Freebold Farm, eon- ; iiisting otR parcels of land, situate in Uod-lii:g'un, nrar rJie , I'.i'foot-dniiii, about half a mile from' the aWi)Vc niemioacd '; farm, coiiiarniii^ ab-mt 171 acres, in the occnpafinir # Messrs. Ortun, whn$c trrni y/ili vf\iirre at Lady-day next, .-U ft very V>n rent;-Proposals'' far purchasing or reiiting either one or both .Farms, lobe sent, post'patdj to MeHrr. Iluk: chlnsouand Lmuieti^Solicilom, Breiref�HaH,;Addle-sireet; Atd-nnaiihury.'Lojidoii, of whunii farther particulars ^ay beteid, and where plans' of tlie farm� may be. seci>.-To lie Titf wed by app' ication 'to M r. Wartbsnt Maoea;' and MessTS. Orton,.^at.March, _� � " _ fjnfi be -Disposed or, the Varuable LEASE of JL .f^r.nJiwt com^ilefe BRfcXVBItY,^��cee>IUfgJy^ptod DO I of (JRLAT BRlTAlxN an . III. 1808, inSxo. L-nd-ii: Printed kv his Majesty's St.itnle and I-iw Prin-teis; asul sola by J. l>3(terworth, La�V Bookseller, Fleet-street. It has not been gwrally noticed that there were twi> distinct Ses-i^rsaml PublicUiyns of i>iatut�i, 4�M Geo. IlL Great BrTlain, and lli^tGeo. III. L'nited Kingdj-in ; there-fitricjGfrnileinea are reqirsted ttfmake e^irlv npplicatiou fur l^ch parts as are wanting to complete iheir Sets, "SPAMSH^BOOKS, just imiiort^dThv T. HOOS1, V. Collection of SPANISH BOOIvS, of tlie best Authors, iili-t of which may he had gratis, at N". 1, O.'d Bniad-elreet, City.-Whero also may be had, a new Fdition of 1^1 FLORKSTA KSPaNOLA, or Select Passages in PrriSe, fr�in th, .Surgeon, tirincipal Proprieioruad Editor of the two tirst vo-laiuesoftne LiHidon Medical tmd Surgical Spectator, and late otlhe St, Tbiomas'sand Gus's Hospitals. Printed for !r. liiphley, '24, Fleet-street, London; where BBay be had the tw o first v 'lumrs of the Spectator, in biiarJs, .Jf.:3*. 6d, This periodicil w'oik may be considered as a Medical Lihriry._ .___ , 'This day is pahli,hed, in quarto, firice 1^ ^Us. 6d. in b-iards, illustrated with a Head of ^ r John .Moure from a Painting by Liitrreiice, a Map of. .Spain with l!ic Route of (he Army, a View of Coruiuia, aud a Pl;in of the r(attte.- The Second Eriliinn, ANaRUaTIVE of the CAMPAfGN �f the BRITISH AR,*�Y in SPM?f, commanded by his Excellency Sir John Moore, K. B. &e. &c.; authenticated by Oftcial I'apers ami Original Letter'. Bj his Brother, J 4MES MOORE. Esq. Printed for J. John>�Hi, Si. Paul's Church > rd. This if IV WTP pub ish!- yal piper "iL 173, 3. Pindari Cnnnina, llevne, 32mo. 3>i. hnard=-. 4. Siphnclis Tragajdioe Septem, ex edit. Fran, Phil. Bntnck, Two -Vailuroes 8vi>. 1/. JOs. biaril.", royal paper. 2L 10-. .5. Sopbodis trngaediiS Septera a Bmmk, 2 vol. 32mo. lfi>. boards. 6- Vlnc'-nt HouTnc's Poeiical Works and Letter*, Two Volumes fool-cap 8vo. 19s. 6d. 7. Potter's Tragedies off Sophoclir, 8vo. Is. fid. 8.---^--iKschv'oy, 8vo. 9s. Printed iindii>1dhy Robert Bli-fr Oxford i and sold by Lnngijjan, Hurst, IRees, and Orue, and J. Mackinlay, Loudon. � - ___ N Iv W i; I) t TIO .\ O F B L A1 R'.S K N: i U SI K; R A M M A It  rpnESCU0OLMASTb:R> and .GOVERN J-N- -Bi SES are respecifnlly informed, that t new and reviefd ' Edition was thisday published of Mr. Blair's New Gnim-� mar, which unites within tbii sii^; .Book the siinple.st Fx-I � pns'Uion of the Principles of Grammar and its'dependant ; Science;, with Exerci^es "fall kinJs sulifcieiit to peifcct Hie I ijludent in this Branch of Knowledge. i The relailpiice is half n-crowii, and U mav be bad io '. qnan{\tir�of all Boaksellers, wiib f'.ill aVlo�anee. Ijindon, Sept. 1, 1809, - __^_. IfW^r^tu'Sstimirtlle D.WELLiNG-HoU^E and- GARDEN, itaMinr'0>'r 28 hoitei,'farui-yiirrt, rt'tec, mil various useful bu'ildings : the whnle'ii.i in.-evcelfplit'repair, to which "Is nttnekeda Lirge iand loni;. ,ci>tublished Trade in Ale ami "(able -(uken at a vtduatioti, by the parties pur-the Irav.. . ~ itoalioa willrin three miles of the citv of'London__ CURRENTS' .^WiJEJilUES, raised ittel iwhlofteh. nearlyfoni-"lidifnrquitrkdKlarge. Jtoth  ' Iwiidiirratl^i prMiae, jDi]e,ronr'of|eii: fill�:a< i^^'tfrwi^ <^lierV�ie two Enfforther particulars a, thit'-'presrnt State of Triide and Money Tfsna^dionSi iilostraled by.j]umrrous exainptfs under each �le,cliiefly adapted;to lite une of ^�botvls.-uy the Rev. J. iO'YCK.' AuthorofSientificE>)al>tgues,&c. &c. Thii'ii*f�r Arilbrtietic is intended to obviate .the complaint that every .y�ulb on hi* leaving sclfcrnj and entering iatu the counting I'T use has in"'e to unfearn than he has learnt rela-rive la the actaal calculation of busibess. Every rule, nrul ivery example, is drawn from real practice" in rhe varmi:* braaehe� of trade, and the useless and t^bsolatc niles t^bieb have Ifitherto disfigured our honjis of Aritinetic, have givei^ placlB in the present system, to the asages of real ITfe. .PriDiedfnr Richard Philips. Ldiidon ( aiid^o be lurd'of Berry, E pMif|er�iat�dp�atton - -v- 1. A Uictioasnr of Trade and. Cotamerce, �msT-. Mortimer; S^^Griimmstt rfahesPrinrii^n iif Ti^* bnS'Cilmncii*'; hj TRANSPORT-OFFICE, Nev. 4, ifioSi �''ri'TiE Commis$iansrs for conUaciing Uh' Ma. JL /e^t/i rriiusp�rt ScrvLe, for laking care of iii<^a�d H ouHtlcH Seamen, and for the Care and CiLito:ly of I'raaners tf IVitf, du heretht givcnolie, that iAey mill AcrcaJy pt tJiis ' Ol/icei on Tbe=day, the 2S.A of Novcml�er, IBt;^, to receite : ieaUd I'cwiera, anil treat vcitA sur/t fcjUom at me^betcil-ii�S Io cH.'rttcl for VICTUALLING PRISONER* of WARJn HEALTH at CH.ATH AM,/or tU moiUla certain, f'ritin the Isl of Jiinuary nejr^. Nu'Taidcr be received after One o'clock on tisiay of Treaty, nor any n-.ticed vnless Uie Parly, or an jtgeat for hiiiit personal y attend. EacJi Tt udcr rnuat b< atcompkiited a t.tller ituM t!:o rMtp-ctutlr Hermns en!;agiu-^ to-ifcontr botind tciUi the I'erSon Itudiring, inllxsuin of HXQl-./ur the UM;. Swee^jing-, StiSSr, Mol.isscf, ; Butler, i hecse", a qiiaiitity of Liad, OP Jars, old Ripe, and I ire Wood, now lying in Ihe aforesaid yarH, JJcposil o/'i')/. per lent, is to be. made upon the nmount : ofean.'i Lot at l.'ie time of Sair-; and if Ihe rnnniaUr of Ihe mnncy fie nut paid, Hnd the P.irtitalars taken aitau aithin � ten teoi/riaj days nfleraaids, Ihe Dtpodl teillbejiirfr.ilrj, I and the (iu.ids remain Ute prvpirly of the Croten. \ The ulker Cunditiom intry be �e�, and Catalogues had at Ihtl icluiilling Tard, at Ueplfont. NAVY OFFICI^ Nov. 6, 180?.. /JIIIE PrincijuI Officers and Codimimoners o> Jl "///� M :j slii't Niivy do hereby gicA notice, that on I Wednesday the 'ild instun', at One o^Ct^^f they will be rtauy In irciil tviln such Persons licntii.n at the iio�niiralile Principal .Mortkeepi-r's Olbcr, at the Tower, uulil the day of Sale, where |ir,iiti-(t lists of tlie Lots will lie dclivi red to thni* p.^r$nH< ^h�may apjjly lor fUe same. By orcfer of fire fioafd/ _ROBl.RTCREW. Secretary i)C;s. Tlie>e ,Ve icinfs f�-n ye;irs incieii in. re| u :,>ioa : b ve eniill-'d t> every coi'firlence-. Mr. B. �ctt" 1 partcu- � ly draw the: tl n!i n of those p'.ssessing Horses a his Piir� Sng Pn\> cs, Ipidial Balls, Cough Ball', Fimcy Balls, ijrelic Lai s, Hi lerinp Oiiitracni, Wild WaSh, andStroo^ J ir-.te fir Gr.-a e, i:ye-�ater. His never fai ng Wuna : 1 end rs, a ni .! i in - ulinlly ne%* and ahsuluiny iLtallible; ; Fever Ponder, aid -Ulcrative Cnnd lion Powders. In Dogs, his IJist-mper I'owd rs, .MHMgeX)iiitineol, W oim .VleJiciiKs, [ Canker VV.ish, anil l'i'rg;iig I'hjsic. i S-ld as allow- Kriail. and Wholesale and Ii ad street Rosal Exchange: Ua c.av, � Fli'i-i-.-ii.irket; 1 lu.'dl-^lo.l .-Cnd Co. DisWiii; 87, Snuth-, Bridp-, lidiiihiirgh ; Orborn, I^ew York} and all country ' vendfrn. B U TL Ktl /cELE IJ R A T EI > H ESTORATtVE TOOTH I'OWULR. lEAUTY of Countenance act} re^a'arif^ of ___^ Fraiures, are allowed-f>� dr-tlni^ntsb the Br.tish Fair j b-.l Ihe Proj.rietor of BUTLhirS TOOrH POWUER, ! w juld beg leave to remind his Couiiiry women that the liutre i of tneir Aiamw loses half its intiuence where the Teeth atw i discoloiired, or shew a rotlrn .lud uoaealthv appearoifMei . ; this is the more ine* cusahrie, as the preS'nt preparalido ' a^ordu tne infallible meaiii of removing e<�rv biemisb ofthtf ; en ~boaers who have lieen cured by't&^o^ that tbey are hrbnght before the Publqr.aadkefpericiice^wilt cmivmcecvefyone of their HnparaJleletf efficaev asiiost tbia fal^l disorder. i - -c'l r**-: ii" Sold (Wholesale and retail at Mr. Butler-'i, 4, .Chestpn'de; Comer lif-Pai*tno�ter-row :'Tutr, Royal t^xefcah�^|^larif Book^Ren -aoa Medicme Vcndeis, Ja Boxes, af Si, *^.=f^*'P.'^-S.'>^^5^' Butler'i. Agumalicw Pectoral - Lo-�ei%�V-ft>r-Ttopri}*!!^ the 'vl�ice,.a�rfni' iCdaas,." coias, �% �alVN/ l^herj lSiBHi^&^i(R*p�rparsii!iy-j Marrj^e Settlrinrnto. Meaey ire, |he twjtte, IJergynieuft it^&<^^|S^�JHteJ tSsFfaifjtda bo^.atii'Ke .em*. A".* i55J*?A.^"^?2i biBii CS�. pleffge-tlieits^wt* eranwttevery iie�|rtn*i ii W>1A.0 : ,; V: -i � . ,'y *'; � - � . �".  u^^,- -�' - ... ly.or oy iej^,;p�5i-paio.-!>. i>. -TIL'S .K^RVtJUP: CORDIAL .r)Rfep8-ijpdcss, indiliestt^ Si-^th Di^Priemaii. tlalx^rfii] cinre�y friHir iiteFv(ii^3o'r3ia}'t)rop�,^f beg leave to jneot^ it t^i:4-^.^j[^t:�dtMfp�^1o'od ft&m/iof qtuiiHi}�8,,' icrriiiW '^HBrf)e4Ji�.JB^fiea� _ jfany-thfl4 jKrip'rtStanijjftKhear^ &jeciei loi*:^ raesnioia^ nplnMltc^tuiriOtit oamyanm Amf imi CodB �t na rest nTi*t.or;day, . ^n this esndRlMfl int, R�w ij^tflw if'^Stfi-lpCTfeii^jdVaw tSiowean i(�*e.;. ki 1 j ' ii^B::ifme ar��enntne �Wrb;have notthe vBbifitti^iid w#btapJt^b�jill^faWW>*f��!W?k;'^^ ..' ' .  �-Ai-^-N'- � �- ' 1-^^-j./* -i
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