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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ^^^^^ -;> t-fi r^v- '�"     " ITE EDUC.VTI�N^In the Familv of iaitiefi�Td. GLKUf..i'MAN(Cir.i rtl""in piiid to nmr.il-. ami ihe Pupils . knaH r�|�cc'SiWchildren iif (la-family-Teims 15) LtnHt-ar : l^otr.mce 10 guine:is.   Addrc� ii line for liie ^j^V; IJalsun's Coft'ee-hciii-c, CorrUiilf. JKjaS^iTiTuA n c in (i.-i' iti v atk^uTt] o x'. tri. UUPKtNS begs  lca?e  to return his Tnid't grat-'ful thanks to his FriPiiris ami Ihe PuWir ^nti, for the vcryvdiatiii^iisbcd i^ulrunase hp has so ^tpcrii'nccdi and j^wpecttiiHy dolicits a conlimmnce ^Ufjl' favuiirs.    Liidies  niid  Gciitlrinen  who   have S ncqiiir*^ this accomjtlislutK'itt,' or Ouisc who have [^(fjhitiithe prwei't nulininnhle .ijj^iile, may lie ex-rtlvinstniCteU io the ino*t |irival.t nianner, to qualify ,,rthe finlBSsemWies, on"jnijilicalii>ii at bis residence, imiiiien' Hall, Fostcr-laiie, Chnipsidc. The roonw may be engapi'd. fVERPQOL MUSEiJM.-The above" Cmbi i�>f'Maturnl HHtory, Antii^uily, um> produclioiis nf IT Ai'fiStC")'''^^^^*"^''^'^*^'^"^ ^3,UU)/. viiti iTiiiny 'ofardiiiwsrMPMTb.'and itiii>lb3'ed in anonAnnd benu-jmer. will open forpablfc ioii|jec�ioa, in the Great Picraililly, near the Hnymarket, London, on paay,the-UUdiiy o"f Opccmtl- r.  AdmiHance from tnrtill t'^dlrom scvrii till nine in the evening :it U. each. iK^^plivc LiKalf^K ler iV. fid. Tickets for ihe^j-ason ID-, fid. �jr�ithc' r ox-mnnin5. Olfice hours eleven to mE^. All Letters mi.^t be |>osi paid. ^?igREBTi;>'' 1^''^'> Thirsk, (lately occupicii hy Mrs. tiiss).-vIONATIlAN IvVIJ'hU.N lakes the. �Jmrtty of infonning his t-'riends :uid the Public, that he hui) i^Jl^uand fntered upon the alvivi; cotnniodious and �tetl-esla-irJlJilliei inu, and fx-s|ie'ctfully soliciisthe honour of llieir I'a-Iflfttoiwe and sqpport. W j^bcK' ''^^*�^ to assure the Nubility and Grntry^lhat he Tlinlilieit Ills.study to ktvpgttod H e�,nml carrfol IJri-% aiid by ever v meam in hiB \>ower to deserve their faxour ^:iiH�r.st. Jieisilrtcrmined to raakc his Housr in every respect as fflw^r i^*l<^ nspi-.ssibie to Commercial Genilmien; and lie ;|lbtiBili' |tii.ianity to exivess his sincere and grsittrfnl ac> 3BlJ*fIedpniMits, for the niinierons favours lie has already re-^t^ed4tiring. his residence at the K info's Arint. PRrGE SiXPE.VCE-HAtJffE\NY BL'LSTllODE, Buck^^. ~ Manors,' Mansion, (JardiMi.-, Ple.osure Griir.nil, I'lani.ninns, Woods, P:irU, .in"! Farms; coniaininjj inpciher. upwards of '-M>iO Airii of vaJH ihle Land, will bo on S.ilu early in ihe cnsuiiix >ear. P.irliciilars arc preparing by John VV hite, Ltq. Uevoiuliire Plac  HOUSE.-Wuntcd to llc'iit, Furnished, for-^ne M-iir, from llie Ist of February, Ib'IH, a Iw" or tliree roomed UOUSi;, �iili dmilile coach-hrnse, and live slallid suiblr, s'liLati'd iirar ilie Park, aiKj^JVorWi of Piciadilly. A handsoiui- rem will lie given aiiiflhe (jieitest caretak.cn of the Funiitiirr. ApiHy lo Air. Ilafchard, Uookbeller, Piccadilly, with whom leave oidi-rslo view. il To Merchants and-Conntry Dculcrs in pnrficiilarp. S CPANLSH CHiiSNUTSin most prime Condition, r |3jurtarri�ed per \'igiiaiili.-i, C.'ipt- Ifick. frmn Hilbua, .'m iSf now landing at Coxe's Quay, London Kridjjc, alnmi 7(iO 1� (ureU very prime Spanish Cliesnnt-. Mt-ntf. I,)a�i'>and "�I Itartadopt thi^ ini'thod lo.give. Country Dcak-rs Uie tarlicst I* irfiirniition; press ;is foliowa:-* . " ior JOl> Harrelsaiid npwards     I   4   0 pir liarrcl. I 50 Uilio   and unacr KKI   V i.i   l!  per Dn. W  ; /      under jO j  0  -r iJo. M        Forgond Hills on Limdnnat fvo iiiiiiilli> |tr'>inpt. o K. H.  Not Igssthanj B.irnlsojil. : Applicntimi f'oin the Country by Iritc ;s (post-paid) lo ^awesaiid .Mart. JSo. 2, Lower Tliiiiias-.-inei, or 113, Oj-l-3ircet,' London, wilt meet duu attciiiiop. fCV 'I'lif niil.\ cargo of Chesiiuls airivcd._ TTON, late Partner 'vr\t]i Sir James Hruns. ' coiub, removed lo 2io, 2, Coinhill, near ihe Mansion- o the Scheme � f ___...... 'Y-CAPITAt. . witTi "ihVy "5,001) Numbers, and-the whole to be .nil) PtsrDw, Kcbninry I), 1810. ...13 with much confidcnrA; Kyloii elaims the f^\tinrs of {h^ Jabiie, h.-tving in the laslTwoLoitcrics, divided amongst his Iiimds, /'3 Prizes of____=�.30,000   1 Prize of.......^'.2,000 _v   1................IO,lHW   I................J.IMO i^j- 2,...............5.0J0 a..-.............. juo �fliba,tte Grand Prtze, .\o. ti.tHH, vitiilUul (u ?(,/"oJ/. ; and *lWH�u� Twenty Thojuiands.Ten Thou>ands.&c. &c. in the _ ftw preredfng Lolfetli'!!, (oreallj'no im:.pdilije Amount. '^11       Please to observe, Eyton is rcinovcd to No. 'i, Coni-> ( Mo-u-j l  ad- Housi e Si-t- jJ|"ONKy to :Lohn!,----____ viinre by way of Annuity oii l'>tates in Lands nr H ]Uno*y in the Funds,. Clergymi-ms L'vii'g.-, Marri.a:;! �'OemcDt*, and Widow's Jointures, r.naii> oilier.sccurily, ai:d oitthe personal GrSmtpf Noblcnun, L.idies, and Men of Fa-ibion, the Annuities in nil cases to be redi-eniahle at the [iipljon of the borrower. Personal oppHcaiion lo Mr. Adams, 'ibetween the hnurs of twelve and fciur. So. 2J, IJrnriWta-^flnet, Caveodish-squarc, or Letters (post {laid) duly an-.imred, B. No Money Broter peed apply-______ 6NKYTi~Messrs.TUCAS aTiTCo, bcj- leave to inforfflathose'tbat may be in uanl and de>rous of hnrrowing tcmpornfy or pennatient sums of Ml)\ i'^ V, f hat they can at oil linies'ifivance aqy sum from lil^'Oi. to 10,000/. andup�rardi, on perMdal'MCurityt or any uihar urging from Wamage Settlrments, Money In the FunJ�, Clergymen's }-Jiivii^, or Fisehpid, Copy bold, and Lri$ . bo�1[seller�iHf:s|(itiooer, Ne.31, Sen Bond-street, -4. (trom Mr. Kerby's, St^'ftordUtreet, late veader of the above �'Wedirines.) . -    - Jl.B. None aregenQine.iwhipb have not the name engraved S, in n black siamp. tlie forgerv    **f\th l* felony._ �pUK RO YiyL FAMILV, and l^tlieji aiwl Geo". ^ JL tleoien of Disimctionand Fashion, use RUSSIA OIL, for moistening the'Hair wbeh dressing ; is so great a nou--Tisher to Mairai-prevents its turning grey to all periods; '^-promotes the growth, makes the hair (grow thick and long j V prerents its faH'mz oir;.'and restores it on bald places, if ;' the lea-t roots.  'Several Gcotjemen that were bald, bare p declared, after using the Russia Oil regularly f�r six BJ,wonihs, the bojd places.becaine covered with Hair: pro-K.mote* eyebrows, whiskers; wiW prevent whiskers turning colour, or grey; keeps fafoe hair soft, and renders n� appearance natiirat. Price 7s. per boitle, or one bottle containing foor small, If, at one guinea, or six guinea battleS'At five pounds. [; ' 5nld Wholesalenad Retail by the Proprietor, A. Prince, S;v�o;     John-street, (Oxford-street; end. by ajppoinlment, :..Wr, Smith, Fcrfainer"^oi Ms HajestvV New Bond-street; f Henflrie nnd Sobs, Perfumers to hei;'Majesty, Titchborne-reet, Golden-sqaare^f'^^ayley and Blew, Perfmners � t ck8pHr^RUfeet� ilardiag and How,- Malii /flerry,   tireek-slfeet; Davisbii, .59, JL.-""-----� Rigge,-65r Cheapside. r Holmes, Bolton, (uid J?. .'^�-'t"yal Cxdiange.'Lbiidun f and by.iqost of the ppn-^jr^gJw^-rfdJetspr.Mrtkine Venden In England, Ireland,. ''�^^jjplij SlUgkeeperssiend ^/."uerHhey deaLwiUt ft|-,Iidndonj wilt receive liberal �! v\-;^b��vixtheTabe!%�4heontside wrapper of edc^boitle is K,�i|oey In jlljissaa g?njd IrifcVf" MochriKftky and 1�t^," *"i,*tlb6^tthatsijoatureai�c�inltifeJli. finni iticnmiinn, nun lourieeii irnm i.onaoii, wiiii cAtiuri.i. KiNidsto all.-For I'urllier parlicnlars apply to Adam Mtir-ray. Surveyor !ind Land Agent, U, rrcadncedlo-slri-el, Lon-dmi.-Irt-thrs post paid. J-X''vATl: COMK �tT, the valuable and desirable "I ITIIjii rilliK FSTATKmHl M A.\OI{,orrcp�lcd ManorofCHOP-PlNGrOX, in the prish nf IJfdlinglon, in th.'.t part of Ihe county of Ourham which lij-s � iliiin Ihe couuiy ol Northum-beriaiid ; ooniaiBing877 acres, or therfnhouis. Chnppinptnii is Mtualt-d on the Maii'cs of Ihe braulifiil and romamic river W' cck, along whirh it extends for two milrs. The soil is in gfner.jl uf good qoiilily, a l:in:e proportii.n  t cattle market in the Noriii of Liigland, nnd t'riri'ogh wh ch tiHvn the great post ro.aU from Limdni) in Kdinhurjih pas-t'. It is divided inio live farms, upon earli of which tlicre is a farm house, and all suitable out-huildings n.-cc-s.iry f.ir tliiir respective iiccupntions, now It^t to n-spotlattle linants, nn leases, which will expire in ahoul live year?, at (!ie cle.ir yearly rent of l;CiJ^ In llirco yeari an adililion.il rent  , Anltuir 'of-' A rraaslalian of the Elomenlsiif l-.uclid,'' and of " The An of Ura.Miig in i'er,-sprttivp." I'.diiilmrgh: Printed for Mundeli, Dnig, and Stevenson, Fdinlnirfjh; C. Cradock and \V. Jny^J.', P.it rncsler-row j and ,J. Kiehnrd-ini, Rnyal Exchange, London;, and J�ii/i Jieiglilon, I'atnbridg.?. NOT AT H'OMR, with the intended Prologue, written by VVAI,T(:R K-OOWtLL WKlGlIf, Fsq.-Thisd.iy was . pnhlished, price^s. NOT at IIOMK; a Dramnfic Ent(?rtainment, as it is now prrfsriuing with great appKinse by the li;ury IfUne Company, at the Lyceum Theulre.-Written by R. C. Dallas, l.sq. Antaorof i:u-iueul3of Self-Know-ledge, Percival .'\uhrey, &c. Printed for B. Crosby and Co. Stalioner's-court, Paternoster row- This day are published, in One large V olume ijvo. price i-.;.^ in hi>ard>, ELEMENTS of GEOMETRY. GEOMETRI. CAL A.NALVSIS. and  PLANC TKIGONOMK-TK.V. Ni.lesand llluslrntions.-Hv JOHNLKSLlii, Professor of I!ihitlieiu.'ilics in the Cniversity of Kdiuhurgh. Printed for lirownand Crombie, and John Hallamync aid Co. I'.dinhurgh ; J. Johnsnn, Longmnii, Hurst, Rreii, and Oimc,.l. Murray, II. Seholey, and .1. Mawman, London ; and .1. Oeighlon," Cnnihridge. "PORSTMOUTll IIAIIKOUII__this day is poblisjied, LETTER to tlirLxilAiUTANTS of GOS- . POR'l'.   IJv (il.ORGli MOSS .IL'KKS, hsq. On Ihcsuliji-ct of ihe Suit now pending in ihe Court of Rx-chrquer,- bi-tn ei-ii the Crown and the pi-oprieloni of the Mud l4iniUand iJuildinga on the Gospoit Shore of IHirtsmuulh Harbour. - . ,     . , Printed for Wm. Johnson, Gospnrt, and sold by the Bookseller!^ in To" It and ( nniilry.______ TIIK LIFK OF MR. LI) 11 lit IT.     ~^ This day is published, price Two Shillings and Sixpence, S<-i-iin'l I'.dilioii, rFlIIE LIFE of VVILLIA.M COBBETT, by JL   HlMSl'J.F-Iniende.l a Mbocy, 1, rjI'^IlE MAUil.YS SCHOOL;  or, Elumeuts VlCTDAIitll�G.^I^Fl:CB, Dec. 1," 1809.   r THE Commissioners for J^fiiwaUn^ Ilia MO.. . i�st\/'i Navy ifo heittn/'give ffoUce, that on''tnMJa.x, ' wrilin^ (tm^td and trtatjpr FIVE HUNURgO RAGS.of KENTISH HOPS, of the groicth of the year-ISv>8,be aneaerable tolampUsto be'firojueedirr/A4Ae Tt*' . li'tg :i/(>rua i�PORT-OrFlCl., Nov.4, i�K�. '�f^HK Commisuoners for conducting His Aftf�-^. Ji. jesti/'s TruHSpurt Sfrotce, for lakins rare of Sick H^oumled �SeriHi'-n, onrl for the Ciiretmd.Cnsludi) of Prisoner* -ufff'ttr, dqlierefiu i^iae nolife, thai I hey icill be ready at this Ojfice, on Tuesday, Ihc 19 A December, ISIO, to rrcuiBes'eo.'ed 'J'rudeis, in utiiiiig, and. treat kHA lueA f c;jo/u. M may be., vcilling lu CDutract fur I i'liinlling I'listiiurs of (rurih health at Slaiilgi'ia, far Six MoiiUn ctc uiii jiuin the 15(4 January, 1810. A" Tender iMl he rtrdred nftcr One o'Clurk i>n the day of This rtav w;i? published, in Kvk. price Hs. bo.-irds, the "ISTORY of the EFFECTS of RKf.lGlON- on MANKIND, in Counlri.s Anrirnt .md Modern, BarbHroijj and Civiliz-d -lly KDWARI) RYAN, U. O. Prebendary of St. Patrick's Dublin. Third Liiiwn, corrected and enlarged. Titc folloHinj commendatimis of Ihe former edilions of this Work are respectfully submillcd to Ihe Puhirc;- " It must tcrlaiiily serve very much to contirm the aiitho-rily of Chrirliuniiy, and to establish a full conviction of its vabie. If it can be clearly proved, not only from general rea-soningonthenalnre of its doctrine, that iistendentv is useful, but also, frmn a direct appeal lo hisi.rical facts, that if actual operation on mankind has been highly benefiri�l. This is the laudable undeilakiiig in which Dr. Rvnn has eogn*ed ; and be has, in the present jolume, laboured wilh much in-crc-ised industry in searching fur malenaJs to rstablish his poinj in civil and rcrlesiastiral hislorv, and in the writings of cehrbrnted philosophers and divin-rsi-We repeal that we are of opinion that Dr. Ryan is enlilled lo coniinendalion for the pains which he bns taken lo pr ve what, on Ihe n hole, apMrsrs fairly admissibh', that the actual op.rflticm of Religion in general, and of Chri,tianity in particular, in the uiidttofall the perversions and aorruptions which ihey have sufl'ercd, has been beneficial to mankind."-.Monthly Review, Vol. XXI. New Series. Edinburgh; Printed for Mundell, Doig. nnd 5tevenson, and C. Cradock and W.Joy, 'S^l, I'aiernostcr-rnw. TO BANKERS, MERCIIA.NTS, lllADLRS, AND OTJIKRS. This day were published, io .i handsome 12mo. volume, price 8s. neatly buund, /"riABLES of INTEREST, at three, four, four JL and u half, and five per cent, from W. lo ICUiO/. nnd from one to 365 days, in n regulnr progre^^io^ of single days, with Tables, at th uok; tind {rhcCimnioh pains have also been.bfc:; stiBwed," in ftttegjing the urcss, by t^e aathiir'j personal � revisnl ofcath >beet, a�d ftr t^e accuracy of which,- each coiry hu'tb^ fbUosring ntite, cerflffed by bis orwn harfd v~ m-wrfrrftnted -correctness and established cBaractcr of the awTiVi^'aoKs; ttidu� *lm t� fnform the public, that 05) topyof^yoTthlnr Is genuine ot-.corxect, but,wbat.is^i]gh;d by U.e.WhflhVp^ ^'%30SS. THOMSON. (ISOIO;?. - ofTnlion. Also, a new ICilitioii of 2.' lo-tructions for Conduc^ling School-, on Ihe Madr.-it S>s-fcm, price Is-!ly the Rev. Dr. lir;LL, F.A.S. F.R.S. ftlasler of Stierhiirn JInspilal, WiiTliam. JMnled for John Murray, 'Si, Fleet-slreet, RivinRton*, R'lil llalcaa'd, L'indon; itiid Cmitalile anj (,'o. Edi 1-bnr?li; and sold also by every other Buousellcr and Newsman llinuighout 'he Fm'pire. A Nert' Edition, wilh ni.klerial lni).-rovcniei:t=.-In a short time will he (uiti i-he-- rpilY. IMPERIAL CALK:-;J1\!{. for  ISIO; jL. or Genrnil Diiccliiry of llie In-ti-d I'lritish Empire, containing arnirKfe l.i^ts of,-iil ilie Oltici.d Di-parlmenis of Ihe Stale,.and l{ra.n.fhi's of Public Service; tlie Law; the ( luirch ; National or (,'oninierci.il ('mipiinies and Instilu-lioiis; and many iiddiliini-il Articies of Public Utility. London : Printed for M''S�r?. Winche'ler nnd Sop, No. 61, Sir mil; Mesirs.* S^alcllerd and l.eil>-rnian ; Champanle and Wilrow; Pi.-ainck am) Sons; (i. Kiars'ey; L.-ick'n^lon, .Allen, aid C". ; .'. iiooker; J.- IJonlli; S. Ilac-tcr; Ii. Lloyd; f. C"hHp))li-; M.-kwnii.n; J. IJI.iekldck ; Slier-v.'Ood, JVeily, .-iiid Jones ; and V. e icst of llic Proprielors. ~^ .sF,r() M) "icDI Vu) \~� � This day were pul)li-hrd, iii-(\vn Voi'imi �. rrlav.i, wilh a \ nlnme of l');ile , 1 r^e- I/. .'1-. 111 e t Ira l,,iar(l-, flERCa.'SOsS- LE(Ti'in::S (ti SKLCC'i' 15 J FCr-'-in :ML''HAMl S. IM D!! OS 1'XTl (.S, H V ORAL'[.U:s, I'NI-.l^U A III OPTU  ', I ilinbnig'l ; J. and A. Uunran. (il is-gow ; aad C. tralock and W.Joy, j'J, Pateni'sler row, Load n. , . *�* For favourable Reviews fif this Uo'k see the Uri-li-h Critic, nf .May, Ib^S; .ind LitiTury .louru.il, March, ISO:;. _�________ 'J'hisday is.pulilislu'd, price 4s..hound separately, or wiili a Courl lal'n tt. Printed for J. Illackl6ck,92, Royal Exch.onge ; and sold by C. Chappie, (J i, i'all .Mi.ll-iVlull, and all oih^r Uouksfllcrs in Town and Counirv.-Of whom may he had. The Slaltfmfot mideby Gyllym Llojd W.irdl', Ksq. \1. P. respecting Ihe Ahwiitioo of the 11 ,'.,lX},tJOo/. Income J'ax, price 'is. (id. Prr^e Hooks for Srhools, and Holiday Present-' for Vouiij; Persons, may be had in Ihegreate-t varit-l> of IJiiidiii^. I'lf }>l. J. (;o,lwir, at tfte Jnveni'e l.vbrary, .No. 11, Skiimer-slreei-_\mnn^ which are the fullow ing highly apprmed Puhlicalini-.s: RS. LEICESTER'S SCHOOL; or, The Hislary nf several ^ iiuDg Ladies, related l>v ilicm-selves. The Third Edition. Wilh a beauiiful Fi(inii-p:ce, j rice 3s. (id. 2. Poeliy for Children,entirely Original. By ihf Author of Mrs. Leicester's School. With i'ronlispieces. Two \ id-, price .h. ii. Slirirsof Old Daniel, or T.-iles of Wnnlerand Delight. Wilh .1 heantlful Fronli>pirce, 'M. tid. 4. Tales from i-ha'i.pspe-jr, wilh 20 l-.egr.ivin;;*, far Yonn.!; Persons; or li"l-piessed, wilh a heaulilul lie.id nf Sh^tke-spenr, forjllie Library. By Charles Lamb. Second l-.dilion, Two V ols. Rs. 5. Adventures of Ulysses.   By tbesams.   With a superb Frontispiece, nnd Title-page, -Is. 6. Fabler Ancient and Modern. By Fdwarrt Ba!d><"in, l-;sq. In Two N'nls. with 73 FngraviD;;s, price Ks. N. H. These with various ollior equally valiiah'e productions, may be seen inelegatil cases of dilfereiit si/.i s and pric<', conlaining a lar;;er or smaller number u f Uooks, wilh implements for drawing, &.C. doSaturday ne.\i wi 1 b; pulili-hed. in one laric Voiuine, octavo, price in bnari!-' Ids. rjMlE ANXl'AL RK(;iSTER, or a Vie�- of .fl.  the History, Politics, and Liler.iliire, for llie Year 1803; lieiiip the Third of a New Series, coiHinciicing with the present Century. Printed for F. C. and J. Rivinglon, No. 62, SI. Paul's 1. Church-yard ; sold also by M's^r-.Pa) ne, Jlg-rtnn.fialchard, iiiilei bill.. Nornaviileand Fell, Westward, and Messrs. .^rch, in Corn- The Volume for Vi^ is in great fortvnrdness, and will he published shortly; and the Volume fir 18U-1, being Ihe Fourth of the New Series, early in the Spring. The Volumes for 1791 to-K94vn8 vrell as Uioae for 1 Rill and 180^, the two first of the New Series, may be had of the hbbvc-menttoned Booksellers; I ing' strfelures, ^lee*s,'-Qhstroc�iPns; fi.-tnlas, ^ni^nimcrry of 1 Urine, &.C.  To which 15 added, n variely of Cases, ihewfig J theefficatyof DoranVMMicBt^fl-BQugies. and n new and :* saf* raetliud of treiitlnlg a r..and ifmnfTAr* elf til.. .i-n).�li.. ^ e...  \V .Vl . .the Autb'ir, JSfn. 5i, Fritb-strcct, I'nillicr parliculai-s may he tcnoio^i bi) applying at this 0flier, iir lo tlie .fg lit uf llic saiil Coiiiini:>siuntrs at Sia-plelon. FXCin-.gil.R 1511,1, OFFICI., Nov. 10, im " All Exchequer liills dali-d in the Alontli of December JSu8, I'O \\V. PAID OFF. 'Tpini'j Lords Coiiiiiiissiontrs of Ilis Majest}f's JL   Treti-iiiry having; gjvcil Diiections for p.'iviiig ofl'tbe ; Princip'.il nf the aboveinentioned l', HalsiiiMatuvc; and to wriu-their names I ,-ind residiTice at the hoituin.of iheir List; and .they are moreover required to atlend the l-^xchequer Bill Qfficei \ for p.-iymenl, and lo receive the New Bills, and give tb? ! R(-ceipts for the 'amc. I     If .-loy of the HiiLders of Ihc aforesaid Bills should he de> . ' sirou-o'f receiving payment of the Principal and Interest,' I previous to tlie said ^'.'d day of D?cembi.'r, they may bea�-' commorlaU'd on conipulm^ the Intei�-st tn the d'lv o.i whicb rhey wish to be paid, and leaving the $aid.,Bills for e:(awi- � milion one day prior thereto. '    -" Sm h Pi-rsoiis as may be rifrirous of having New. Excbe* quer Bills in whole or in pan p.-iy mrnt tif" i'liiicipal, apoo' marking New liiMs, and nienlioiTing' the amount at ttie hHiioin.of their Lists, dt-livert-il mi orticfnre tht- lilh}}rcem-ber. may lie accomnuidaled with .New Bills, carrying .an Interest of Thrce-jfeiire One Farthing by the day oiievei^ One Hundred P.ouiuls, which said New BilUwill bear date  the said i.'2d d.-iy of irrrcmher, ISOl), and will he delivered nn l-'riday, the'i'Jth of December, .Itkljl, and the following da^s. S. n. All T.xoheqncr Rills dated prior to Deceraber 1808, have been .-.dverti.sed to We paid olT, and Ihe Interest there- . on has rea>eil.   Those dated in Noviuiher,- 1SU8, will be p;iiri on lae'ilth io'tant. _- ClllNUS PATl.N r WORM LOZE.N/Fb. WORMS are (he must fret^iient iotirces ot � Children"! Disease*-Their symptoms everv Parent* and Guardian of Cftiidren liioH.'d'be acquainted with T^y occasion loss of iippetile, a paleness of Ihe colour or,th.eJflce, emaciation i'liid irregular slate of the Bowels, all�-/jded after with violent pains; Ihey bring tm convulsions ; I hey staffed Ihe growth of the body, nnd they prove falnl, bv ending la aconiuroption or decay. Both as a preventive and cure of of these alarning c�(np)aints, the above e'xcclle'ni Medicine is universally alixwed, on the lestim>on id ii, of w hich no nihrr Medicine of the kind can boast. Parents nnd otlieni, who have the rar.e uf ctytdreo shHuld have this remedy'as a family .Mrdirine to resorflo, whenever the Stom;ich or Bowels nf Cbtidren are any i�ay disnrdered, which it willal^avshc found to relieve. S dd Wholesale and Retail, at Chin; and 15'tier's, No. 4, Carapside, London: nnd Ri-iail hy m< h:llf-gtiinea �neS, she recovered her speech and tvos able t.: go jiboiil its usuul; lind I have no doubt bat that a few more )*ottk-4r will restore her to her former state of fteolth. Von are at lihertv lo publish this Icltrr for tlie benefit ofother<--nnd am, Sir, your obliged Iniinble servant, . - . mCRUGCK M'DONaLD. Glafgow, Mnrch30, 1809,    ' ' .     . ; P. S..l'orther pariicu'ar d intalliblfe rmnty (ot Nervous, JBilion--, Gouty, and Rbcnm.-itic.Pborden,i^aiidevery kind of debjiity-iitid relnxatri
                            

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