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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY, pEmMBBR 4v 18�^. ^^lIRNRYASl^N BARKER*s PA-    A 1.1. Petsons having Oalms on Sr fiODERE? TTinnkiiKJUiet^tnviue, ononihe largest WEIISTKK, Bart. of.the 18(h Kight On.goofts. are .............. i(b tfce celebrated iP^niMids.&c-Bnd one of tht iw~ ^'hSto�ehi^4Wtfl�i�.MI^^^^^ Open from tM jftofc^,/-)    ._� ,-- i'SuRES w Ml&WIF^.RY.^Dr. RO^ 1J UKRTON      bfriubis'itexl C�ut�e �f Lecture. �� ' ^Kriudpto aiMl Practice of MSa-ifefy flbfltbe  lcMt<-r- tt'^OMted io9r� rs. IM>t50ii nail Wriituiaw, Warivick-itreef, CJoIdm-si|uar(v itrilhoutddaj. '^"S&^K "�r at Mr. Bclrt Atfatomical Mu- POOL MtJSEUM.^The abote '^/^^^itie�, containbur upw^inb "f �<:tiei�bon3and litlito i5-ItoetiBciF-rt AdhUllajice from l�. iill ONEY MATTERS.-Monty immediately ' �i^4)i>U|idK(�la6^y 1*� had by petiHMial auplicsUiou  1LT urinUr�iothe .%nti^Urigntaa�'.fi>t the parpnie of rrcriviue (after tiic Ctrtl>inarm'eH),a limited nnmbrr of Pujtila, fr^ini ihea , Prench, jtBiian, &r. . TbeMtuatiM U dry, 1it�lthy, niid adjacent MMothei�iJUidaii�xt(tiiive- ComiBon railed i)outii.wirk vAkm. Fartter narticul.trvmny be teumt Uy npplyhifrto � Hfc WJ^w, Bookaeiler,' ^i. J^niert street, l^ondun, who i� pitktfbHHi* give rrFpfect:ihle raferrorci, t� by Letter �4-^Hmtito Mr. JohnTiltj Soiit|ii�icl(.,iyar Brightaii. fjpHE RAltLE' SNAKE.-Frotn the great Jl^aittebla^nM^ietand tieiitlifnten, and all mak�ot jlcq^hii^ea.^ki'd.lu sei> �bis cuafln-ms Jleptile, the l>H;taf feeti'^if'^allu^ lit'ciinAnit on him In fflafntlM ^inr.'nernt hiK Btacere tbanki fnribeir kind .benevo.i ---, a^iihatlteen the meaii*-of a temporary relief t� He :wifoir oftbeubtorlunateinan. Who fell a victim to the bite Itflbatv^iteiDoatfreptiV. It isnoweiliibiiD^at tVombnrir* ]|iDCgei4C:^w7* Piccadilly, nearlf'npfiofite Air-5tr st ia bis ^werfor tbe relief oftbe >Yidow]uf tie  iahlMM!rve be has moved fruui Grrartl-street to 31, Soht>rsqDare,tucxtcn$iTe prrmisrsmo e fwvcaieql (than Ins late) fni...^-.-ich 4aior, priiietpnl smd ccrandary ttimc stair case.'-, eM'  bo had of Mr. Jamrn Denew, Auclioiifer, Charles streel, �-. K.TkeVy-Hiunrc. 'ONEY to LEXP.-Mr. ADAMS informs U>ose that have occasion for toinporary or prni-nneni LoaM, that be haj very oiisNlfrnli e iiums of Mimey | r Hotisrs, Monry m tbe Fundi, Cli-rirj'nirn'* Livings, Murriaee Si-t-tlemehts, and V\idow'8 Joiumm', on any othcr.sfrurily, a>d on the priwnnl (irant of Nohlemrn, Ladies, and Men uf Ku. hion, the Annuities in all ca*cs to he redi-eniable at (be option of the borrower. I'ecsnnal application to Mr. Adams, b'ltweea the hours of twelve .iiid f ur, N>i. ^1, Henrietta-I iirret, Cavcndieh^quare, or Letters tV^t ^uid> duly answered. N. II. N" Money Krokrrneed apply. priuciple. ^  ______ uptto-'J'ynei tiregsoas, Liver-� pool J liMiy, ManchesterfTcrryjiOrigbtun ; Lumcr. South aasptoa.t EUiot^-ind'Leedhsm,_BtU^I JrlTerys, Salisbury ; U^r,T8wansea ; Stepbewan, BridKngtbzen, at 443. per i>o7rn, �nien\ c^bV alsixOlff Poif, (him woodi at 498. Otii Sherry, 4kttlridc)5 pakvDitt(ff,48s.> Iiidi^ 63s. Cl^rL,, Sis. i|ib'all�lher Krei;ch'. and ^'drdfiti Wines equally rea-ooable, lii .qii9i)ti(re5"Af oiie'IJOsgen ntid-epwards." Butt Gogiilac Braadv aiid U^nd�.'C3i.ber.(>nlIan. Old JaiiiaicR KnB,J8>.'^ -C&ai^?ShtiA�'-16|t fsottles co be retarlicd to tte parted: WMid^1rat'3�>.ptr it foi^�iiMrilbM^:SQttliUK;maf be tasted,.price ooehuo-n ris iad -Tiit-s-daj, the l9(A of December Dutj nor nntesi the fencn makts ibt T-.rMer, or tum& Vcrnm on Ms behalf, utt-nl , Me�n.. MAZARO, BORNK.nnd CO. r:SPECTFULLY inform the  I'uliiic,  that __. TlCKhTJ and SHARKS for the rnsoing ST ATI-; LOTTERY are now on Sale�ttheir Olhcc, No. 93, Under I the Roiiil Kxchanso. I The SCHFMK contain* 4........i'ri2*of......,.....^.2(1.000 4..............of............     5,01)1) 18..............of............     1,1X10 An* 20..............of............        600 _ To he all Draw n in One flay.__ STATK LOTTERY OFFICES,^ US. Oxford street, and 44, St. Jnme�'�^lreet. HODGtCS, PAINE, a�(l Cu. Stoct.Broker^ .nioi-t re-peclfully arqaaini their ffiendsand (he public, thill the Tiekctsand SUnres of I lie preffnt Grend Louery arc on Sale at ilieir Olfireii and ihcv particularly beg to obsreve, tb;U the Scheme contniiM'FuTty Capital I'riKi's.and is on (he siini>- mo � puhli-hrd, in one lar>.- Volume, orlavo, price in hoar'l* I*. rpUK ANNUAL REGISTER, or a Viexv of M. the Iliclory. Politics, and Literature, for the year 1S03� being tbe Third of a New Series, coaMneociiig with (he preteiM Ceotury. Printed for F. C. &nA J. Rivington, Np. 69, SL Paul's Churcb-yAl:>o)dalsi�t>y Mes-ri.Fa\ne, Fgertoii,Iiatchard, Nnniavilleaod Fell, Westward, and ftteskTS. .Arch, in Coru-biU. The VnlaiBcfor 1795 is ingre.it forwardness, and will be pohiished k'honl); and the Volume fnr iSiM, being the Fourth of (he Nc>� Series, earlv in h'" Spring. TkeVolnnirsfur 1791 toKSlias well as (hose fortBOl and |80i, the two fto.t-of the New Series, may be had of tl^e , abnve-iiienliooed Booksellers.       ^ ^ A S�0 edition, with mnteriiU imyroyements.-la a Abrt' time will be publishe.s rt^UE IMPJIRLAL CALI5NDAR, for 1810 ; JL arGei'ieral 6lrecti>^ of the U^iited lirilisb Empire, cimtnliung i�cbirateli-ta >�f -uit (he Official i>epartmeqls of the Slate/and Branches of Public Service ; the La^ir ; the Church i JJatiaoal or ConlinercialC^mipanits tind itutUu- -tiouBf and many additiiiail AniCes nf Public Utility. .Landoat PrinteitforAiesnrs. Winchester aad Si^n^ Kb. 61, Strand (Mmsi*.. Scatcherd imd Leitrrmtui; Ctt^tiMante and Witniw; Peatrbck and Scin^^t G. KeAnleyt 'Ladkii^^Mi. Alleir, M< Co.; Bwikerf J. Bootk; S. . iloydj G. Cbappic t: J. Mawman;. J. Blackla . wood. Neely. �id Jwie^; aiidtke (cit iifiKf Proprle6ihr. ttofAfaWnbi^W .board*,'   . T.usda..,^^^j^, tb'eHiuiaiieiiiMtbf A'^ar-----,------i , n tj^ -rtae Atithpr hawiiJ^weral ?r*!^^^uSpJ*^�-* 1 CGBBETT, by HI MSI'.LF-Intended as an encoumgitigeiamMle to all V��Mng Men of humhie fortune, bein< .t proof irT what can In; elTected by sf wdy applicatioB and 4i�uvo. /�. ^. 4.-- Plalesofthe Vis  KS, .uid ihe d'rant and I'or-Chateof rt.XNUITI I-..S, i lujlraiive of the Prinriplrs of Life InMiraicf,and particularly reeivninended to the perusal nf persons inclined^ lo emUrace thai cjicellrnt scheme of do* mestic ucoii oiij. Sold by ihe IJooksellrr*, ahu at the U�use_ of the Institution, Sorillianiplon-slreel, .-(rand ; and by ihe Agents appointed Inrall tire principal luwns, who are likewise Agents to tht^fouiity Fire Ollice.   _� This day sire publirhedj Nor. I. to V. (to he continued every �   Three Months     ice It Is. eaeh. of ACOLLKCTr�N.of P0RTR.V1TS, sketched from the Life, since ihe > ear 1793 - IJy Gl.ORGE DANCE, It: A.-Aud�>ngrKvedin linilalion ot the Original DntwingKiby WILLlAiM DANIEL, A.R.A. Pnbl' >ed by Messn-^ Longman, Hurst, Kees, and Orme, Pitlefudster-ro�y ; and by Mr. Wm. Daniel, No. 9, Cletelan-slreet.         Sa. I. Gonlaint Iloritce.Walpole, F.arlef Orford ; George Stevens, F.R.S. and A.S.S. Major James Rennet, F.R.S. Bishop Dixon, Jamesllo-'well, JuhoMoore. M.D. No. IIV-Lord Darlinouth^Sir John Aiistruther, llnrt. Ti-hertinQjualio, Iteniiet Uiu^tuii, LL-D. John Fiaxman, R.A. Sir W^m. Chambers, R.A. Sa Ml.-Archbishop of Dublin, Lord Gardner, Lord Iji-cao,Sir Wm. Seoit, Sir tiilrs Rooke, Gen. Pnoli. No. IV.-Joah Bates, .Alexander Dalrymple, Jainis Northcotc, Thomr.s King, � in. Shield, Jani/s Barry. Nd. V. J t-v�ay, St. Foul's.Cburch-yard, Successors lo Joseph Wc.-scl.�. Tbe Jesuits Drops h.ive been long known and esteemed a safe, cbi'ttp,, effectual, and often ao immediate rnre for Slcan^iary, (ilerts,. Wcaknrssnf the Kidneys, or Bladder; tmd when taken on tbefiftt attack of Venereal Infectiop, 4bey will{iifstllibW.accomplish ihe desired effect. Should .(he Comptaliit'befar advanced, it will be necesiary to take rtie Specific Itrawiy with ilie Jesuiji Drops. The many depredations made oii ih� ^ropeitv of (be I'ro. prietdrs, compels ttaeni la give this caulfoi, thai nn oiie� Bot-.tie i*i|i be'celir'nul-uf their House wiihuiit Shaw,and Edwards, Si�cee�B�t� tb. J. Wrsscib, 6tj, Si. I'aul's Chorsli-' -yartt^engnivrd on the ttamp. All ftbers which are sold ^itMU-ineair>*ve Names nre Impi)/itn>iH on (be Public - Siirittl^t>ySancor, Oxford-street; Bull, Diiblio ; Baxter aud Katbam, Edinbul^sh. _ ~ ~~ ftfeV. J. tiAM�LE*S BRITISll TE.4. TflEjyEALTfF atrtl. Interest of ihe Inhabi. iBB^.'of tJiisCoontryj it is "lyell knrnvn, have been . lM^,nikltK^y ibjured by the ititroilucttoD .,^4 greet use of FureisaTeA, IKe'produciioaof apqitonuuk t>lant, and pre* pare^sB Aijatt'daty re>g m.tre>er, ��often found to be bl< nd- I ViCXUALUNG cJfFICK, Nov. 24. 1^09. THE CooMiitsionars for FktualUng Ws i4a. j^.f* ffmg do hereby NittUe,   tUnl urn Tuc?- ; day, the bit iicc. ncjrt'f they       ic r/iti!ir lo rtrrft^v Ten.in � in -.stitmr (setM U�) an-, treat v.,- ONE llU.VUitlvO I TONSof TOBAi.CO, and frrjoi FlfTT to 0.\B Ht'N-i DREO TONS of COCOA : lobe dtUotrtit attf bal/1 t :r,j/  la am�^h^mdlkeretumtU.gkay'iujimonl\aft   dtliverfd :o  th tut. i l-.-; ilcn ; It) be delioerid ill till MmilS in'n liis .ilaj. siij's yiau'-' : ling Storant-I)rpifi'r:\, F"risai..ulli, iiiid I'iyaio'iilli, :m rHf i j/ruporlions undenHen:iviicd, v z. Deplford .. PortMuouth , Plymouth ,. Bass. . 150 . ?'A1 and to he pdid for by Bills payable tcilh tittercA ninety da^i after dale: I'he CimilHions df the Contracts may be seen nt tin 3sc.t tary's Oj]iee. Mo regard vill be had to any TcHde.r in irJiic/i the pnr.- sha:i not be inser/ed in Kords at kngth, or tjint shall nnt b' '- n lo the Uotird before One o'Clod; tin Ih: siii.l   TUi-the lllh insfaiit ; Hor tinleis  the   ynsan  vono mu'. >''iv, -2'ender, or same i'l.rton on his behnif, ^c.'.VfrrTJ, lo      I-'it rliea called lor. dnG-t)Kf'ICr   Dec. 1, JiK,-; f�^HE Commissioners for }'it:iituiUii^ fj/s Mu- M. til's Nayy ko hcrcl-y give Police, thu: on Fri-!:, , the 15th indant, they teili be rcadt/ to itct. , l.-r.i, in lenling, {sciHed up ) and frrm ai'h Hiich persan^as-iril'. nc-derlake to furnish alialcver FRESH IJI-.EF muy he rtgh:r. d 'for theme of his Sljesl^i't Hhips ami i' ii.-ls nt I'lynmulh, Torliaj, oii a Reljeftoith^ Af. WHIT FORD, TrtK�-Mdker to the C4ty Truss Sori. ly for the Relief of the Ruptured Foor, announce lo tin ntfllcted with Raptures th^c.o'' hM discovered a Method of appljiiig TiUlfca, hv mcaiis'i?'S*toiB^.^i^*^jiio laf iiMTetaitiji* W;>efai^ �b�A; ^i(lAiW�ti*fbr 4WeMW�T.�5^rimd ;ni�y^V^.^^     most iriiirthe  ((erfr�m(hefl;/ghtlloa..fco�r^| ({cDtendt.'isadtf. iMN^proiif of (bf Efficacy of Rob�^�fs(^l^t>ri�r, fasw atan; tbbiuaads Jnrre been ratond t�.heaM>  d�r4Biiie( i*��c�A-^ .(bejreatest benrilt. from tftcity,-irt�;' their �isi:�i^Xjrt,.iHn:i**�^�abfe S� . >'W-,^l�ie^rt6t�,;rt^ �Ji!flr% corper <**MrtiWtrer�i^   

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