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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 14, 1809, London, Middlesex                                o..".;..i>.' THVRSDA Y, D^EMMBER 14, 1S09, rd-'ExWbitlon'willbcopened m No. 16, SMt^i Moiiaay ihe Stb of Anrii, 1810. n..d ^ JOriN RUSSr.LlA secretary, ;.,JSVf.6i'. George irfrect. to LET liil Leciurrs .i imici^.'^, 1809: NDlvPENDENT. IlANOVmiAN , .\|^E*.l:_Tl.e ANAUAL'iJAVL .a flu: .ib-vc Tihe aai oftths.Xw.Lo.ndMnTuvetii, tJicap-.hi ihe Bar of the.TJialch^ Uoasc laverii, 'Tal the 1 Hkewfee.il :SirC.CiWf, Bart. StE\VAR,l)S. ^it. SxTjennt V.iughan 9�-c. ntHJii/jfurbu; m-' '"^I'lirder oflheCourt of nir.-r.ors     , r'   '-   ;� M'lLLlAM M. COli, Clerk. 'Rwr ... iicohitly rr 6timidity- ...- ' \j ......, _ Sit'of tne t-iii>�(nniv (if Pfojirii-l.Tfi of (lie iVaiichosler ..sJtofd- W.if^tW�rl">. wiil be li.-fdat th   " ^JHdiv, ! iablhilii'd Ginircli, po>si ssesa highly cu'tivated uudi-rjtimdiiig.iiiiexcfpiitinuble moralJ, audi't'fined ukuiiuts.-I.eili-rs udar'rssed (p(l^t pa.d) dr. l-ivcrm's Vi�ic.il Circulitiiig J.ibrary, New Londoo, will be dul) attended to.  The most referetices canbc giren. _ I^APERJAiTCALEND.VR "for 1810.-^The Ml'Proprii*t�r* of Iheit&ove Wnrk being extremely xjlici-tnuStn'renSeritasronipleleos it is p s�il>le, and hjiviiig de-lerni'med'tn publish Ihe ensuing Kilitiun from  ual and u-ipful iiil'ormatinn, jir.d Vvhicli have wiilivonsiderable labnur iieen uhtaiiied front the respective Offices and other l:jlahli.=lmuMil�, ihiy arc under the neerssity of requesting the inriul^'-nce of the Tublic for a few clays*. It is now in the Prc^s, .-md an early nmice �'II lie giveu of the d;iy on which it will be rcidy far Ae,-li-'i-ry._�______ 'anwell ncrseliy, aljoin'mg the Old ___. jlats liin, kepi b) Mr. I'ox, on I lie L'.xb'iil^c Uoud, uliout seven roileb frmn i'jbuni Turnpike. To the Nobility, (Jenlry, .Nurserymen, Mariict Gardeners, �   " � �      >f ver> liie Duke, ElUST annual State of the WEST OF ENGLAND INFIRMAHy,' onder' ihs Patronage of bis Iloy.ll Highness the PaiNcuof Wales, establisbedih Exeter, for CURING UlSBASliS of the liY I-PresidcDt-iRight Uon. Earl rORTESCUE, (Lord Lieule-  uiiof of the County of Devon.)     . Vice-President-SVIM. FREDERICK MILFORD, Esq. "Treasurer-RoB�BT RU5SBI.L. Esq. Physician-l>.r. Ii4Nitt.   ' ,   . OcisliSt-WII.I.IAV AOAMS, Esci. ..  Con^ipltiug Pbv>iciuii-L>r. Farue, of (jondon, CoDsuhinjj'Oculist-J. C. Sauxueiis. Esq. of Ijjndon. .iiccrelars-Mr. RoBF.BT TuoM.is. �f fiodixg that their most sangunie ct^red patients, as ia.I      ___.,       _______^    ^ f.iil to iicquire for'Mr. Adams, a �erv'Mglf T^putjition, n " as fo entitle 4:iiD-to ttKeBtire ��t|sfiieti of Exeter. R ighl Hon. Lord Clinton, Itichi Hbu. Lord Kolle, Right Won. Lord Cruiville, lUgbt Hon. toni CliftWtj.-HightHnn. Lord Graven. J. F. Uasturd, Esq. Members fur Devonshire SirLniv. Palk, Hart. Ditto. Sir Uilliam Pole, ll.irt. SirThyiu;is D. Acklaiid, Bt. Sir John Kennaway, li.-irt. Sir \VilU.-xm Mford, Barl. James Hn:ler, Esq. W. P. for Exeter, M. r. '.Wiany SavHl.-, Esq I'liu! Orchard, E'^j. J. 1!. i;holw iih. l.^q. Samuel Keke>�-ich, l>q. 'i'hoinns I'orter, Kn;. �.anibcrt Blair, Esij. James White, I'^q-William Jackson, l^Aq. Jpha Hilfori^ j^sq. FJ^ioiii! Granger, Tsq. Rev. Canon lleberden. Rev. Mr. 'J'ripp, Rev. Mr TreuKMncHclignii. Warwick Help Tonkin, Esq Francis Glanville, tiq. Rev. Mr. ManiiMig, JamesUuUer, of S;ilt;iih,Esq. John Manning, l.^q Robert Kennawn^, Esq. Mr. Joseph S. Dyinond, Mr. Robert Treninaii. -TnlSde atil passKJdln the 491b yOr of the reign ct Mi, SlJ^?ajfiir".'i'l.ea > An .4  sup-a?*ithwfdfrthe Inhabitants of the Towns ot ManU.�^� &\ft)fdV.ri ihe Pariili of Maaclietter, iu the County fl^r 'LONDON WATER WORKS.-No. lire    hereby given. That a UividinJ ^of '2/. per :upon the respective Sh&res in th:s Uiuleitak'ug, wjuj ^uiTilut the .last Genrnil Assembly, and will be payaUle n^'Compiny of Propr:e^tpni mi iyi:o.N'f:3i):iY, the Juih -iif Jaimary'j)e'it,'aiid oijall'EUbsequeni da\4 (.Sniidny> li^il}, iK-tw<"�*tbeii uri(�'f tdu and iiwi, at lUe Coni-Idipe.No. 16, St-illelen's Plai:e, .l!ijiiopijp4ie ttreri; ! ___the Books of tlie Company fur registerinx tJie i riii" i tfShiiresln'tbl* L'lJderJakmg will shut on Saiu.'day, the 1 of December instniu, ftiiil will be opened again on ' 'laidlOlb d;iy of Jamiaiy,. By Order of the Court oiP Director?, 1 PlCKKRl-NG; Chieftnerk iiml S-rret-irv. PltoyiOIiST LIFE OFl iCE, Sciaibainpt^hstreet, Strand. INDIA SHAW G Mo: . P'unds Inlay ou ill the pureha-e "t Aonnili)'9, fr�m liit!/. to Ut,U(Ki/. on leal or approved persniial Security, rode. in.ible at the option of the Horroner. and for w liicti a li berul price will be given.-Letters (post-paid) addreessod to . Messrs. Holt and Co. No. 22, Clargrj sireet, Piecaililly, will meet due attention, or personal applicaiinn between tlie hours of tw o and four.-No Broker need apply. ________    . WAREHOUSE.-Laditis or eutlemen desirous of purchasing CUItlO'CS l.VOLA SHAWLS h:ive now au 0(ijiortnn:tv of iiiipertii'i,; the must superb selection etc* before otTcred f.irsale, al W A HI I.M A.N and LVERINGTON's Shawl Muslin and Linen Warehotme, FTeet street, coiner i.f New Bridge-s^ieet-1 nil vnlue given for ShawU, Gold, Silver, and ulhcr curious worked Aluslins.  N. B. They are uow introdticing a variety (if new and ele gatit I5riti-'i Sliaivls opierl fr-wn toe lunsl upprnvod India d(ti(:ns, nh.chare to be had nl their liiiH!>e e tclu.ivelv. ''1^0 BooKSfiLLKRSand riT.VTfoM:;ts.-UIDIEU JL   audTEBBETK.of N0.75. Sl..l:imcs's-slref t, b'glc:ive -16 inform the Tnide and the Futilie,'tha< t^iey are iious 10 di>pnsp of their Old Established Retail iijsiiiessas ISuoksel- 140 79 I 17 11 70 �^'rJserAld�lst�'tl�eTC�>?�ltfSV tj^lJe}Officf..^Al these pl.ice� il SuTfrribrra, and . vF'.nut U> ing liable to make w Military      are not charged .^^.^.J^^ cidled'oii artoal service, 00jultBiuion fKfaKr Bisi>d�.iiA(Ato6reiiter. ^t-. /yi^li-i'ttEsUJliNTS. ' Tfic^ftfihV R^iagter.of Rugby SchosL . niid Rev. Dr. Raine. Kelly. Rev^^VY.V.Il.^l�g^r^ U l�(r.-�0o:CTo�Wiiif'i^eVfiF.-H^'wieti;j Rn. Jehir'Braiidsby^'iL.S!'.    Mf.'Trubey,- :vTlw;p^ital^Mcf^f'iils*acit^^ ^ ^""^ Mid Wife relier^/j|uc%iSk5ht)�*i�a^ btiibrt,*ife^UoiiS ififo^ agej>fir&itief, or m.sfbrlune. N>sritHm�M^^^ft50l8 bouse, &c.-Fc.r pariiculars cnqutte of Mr. Wrangham, Stationer, 161, New Boud-street; or of Mr. BeM, Alresford, Hants.____ \/|iOTTINGnAM.-Tobe SOLD by Ftiiv.vTE A CosTitArr, Sixtetn Aci-es of FREEUOI.D ARABLE LAND, well situated for lluildingupon, in the hamlet .of Mftitingham, near Eltham, in Kent, with '27 lull grown � tinfe-Trniber Trees I heron.   Inquire of Me.->ri. Liimbert a>t objected toj'will give cartls^to view the house, and every infurniaiitin reiptlred.___. j^A'RM of 280 Acres, 'i y tii-free, near Staiimore, Middlesex,'lyitii iiniicdia''^ possessifiii.-'i'o be LET by Ten ler, for 16 years fr. ,ai!d thrashing ..machine q'lile new. A plan and oHier particulars are wtth A5crs �. Brigs', l.ncket, and I'ishrr,. (iray's-lnn, to whoio, or to J.C. l.auilon, I'^sq. Tew-l.odge, EiK-tone, Oxnn, oilers (post piiid) may'be addressed. None will be received after the 15tu Jan. next, on or before which day the must eligible candidate will be(i\ed on._ WTURNER, Proprieter of fhe Lur^  Okhce,No. 1, SKINNER-STREET,'corner of Fleet Market, many years Manng'^r of the concerns of the deceased Sir J. Branscomb, begs to ii.fp;m the Public nnd his Friends, be Iwis commenced Busint'ss on his own account, and il is'fairto'uretmnietbat be is now selling simitar fbrtanatfe � Tittkcts and Shares, nsthoi^e he sold at his late Residence, 38, llayaifrket. The present State Lottery is on the the new flaoi.consisting of only Five Tboiisaud Nurabi^r8, with Five TboMsand Prizes, and Forty Capitals, being eight more than ! the Ittst cDotoioed All td be drawn iu one day, and that day Oiiyafew weeksbeiice. , ; OlMerver-it Is tbe same lucky W(J Thrner, of the Li-.cetni>4LiiFl(|f'Slate Lottery Office, No. 1^ S It inner-street, w ha HiM.tiieSfc�rn^^ e-lirt........................ The ellV'Cts of (he E):yptian (),)thalinia'----........... Nebula of the Coin.'a................................ Partial Opacities i>f the C�rnea..................... Total Opacities of the Cornea .. .�................... K\li^ionof the xyhojeof the ir.inspareoi Lor;ica, iii;i cise of Stapliyloin I............................... ICtclsinirof a parf of tlie tr;iii.-p iri nl C'nrnea, in .'isani- lur case.................'........................ Wound.- of ll|e t orne,i.............. ............... Gut la Serena...................................... Ilenii'r.-ilopia (nrnigtil tirmdii.-js) .'.'.................. linpert'ectlon nf Sijjiil, fieiii debility of the llel!ii;i fi-im v.'irious causes.................................. .Strnbicinu', with iloublc Viiion......................_ 1 iiiea �f tlic-E)eia:lirs '......!..................... Lippiiuilo........................................ St\es............................................. I-.v.rsi.iii .jf the l-.)e-lid ........................... Inversioniifilie liye-li.i ..................... Eiiey-t-..>d Tumours in tue Lye lid.................... AliFms of the F.>e-lid..............�................. I'ixiraclion ofsh'it from (he llyelid.................. Sjphilitic Ulcer nf flic Eje-lul ...................... Wnniuis of the Eyelid............................ . Excrescences of the runjiiiirli'ii.................... A burn of the Coiijuucliia from Metal, in a .'laic of lu- si;h........................................... A burn of the Conjunriiva frmri Hot Iron ............ Renion rag extraneous sutistiinces .idhering to the Eyeball................:........................... Abscess and Kiiijgus of the tiachrymal Sac ............ Fi:ttu(a LaclM-ymaiiS (or obslrucMon iu the Lachrymal passages) i.;..................................... Qlosfd Pupil, complicated ;wili) Cataract............ Capsular Cataracts I after tbe Operation of Extractiou bad completely failed elsewhere).................. "Restoiwllosigbtby the Operation fur Cataraci, in jier- sbbs of diflPerent a�cs '.............................. Cases of Cataract in persoiis born blind..... ......... 3 'J 5 12 21 6 7 3 b 7 1 1 I 2 1 necessarily maintained by: their parijh^s for a lallsSeri.es m 3 ears, have been rrsuircd to the eujoynie'nt oiri?!Sictn."a6d are' n'ow .-iblc to lahiiuraRd miintai!) tbe.mseiveV'. -Cit'Odiepj b�m' biind with.eainrnctf, ba<-i? been here snrre.:ui'letice, al the timeJie w.is.pujiil.atld. arKsiaiit in that InQriiin'^y. 'T'-he advantages Vrf rtie-�^l^ tiiin of an operai:�n4>u (he cataract, tnihecnnditiobofehiM-bood and.infancy, are of the very first importaact^.relaliTea ly to the future perf<-rti r persons, blind.wilhcajaracli whose names are on the books for ndmis-ion, besides astHl birder number of other most disffeasingcompUi'iois,hiivobeen necessarily excluded.   Several palieots, Jiavjng bpen ca^ed by this establishment, eentto it from difTerenl parts uf.thC iiii-' juiniiig counties, it is presumed that it cannot be' unreMooabl^ IB hope that more subscriptions, than hitherto, will-be^Be� ceived from the benevolent inhabitant's of those.dijtrJCts. In short, the friends of the Instilulion, now that'its vatue -and l-npurtanre are ascertained, trust, that the. opident-ber nefiiclors will augment their present contributioiii;'.and that new subtcrihers will not be wanting 10 eniihlethe Governors to extend its benefits niudh more Widely than ban heretofore bceo prai ^'.rabIe.   Thev ate uud datijint who snail bring fpiiii the oHiciaiing Mipisterof ahf PtiHiRTa the four Western Counties, whether, he be a coajrilRitor:or er to tiff a prwrt J----.........- -J-. ------------- ;xterityacqrflKd i� such an In^titationns this, must eveiitnilly pvovcof Aseii^ tial importance, pr="nally, to   '     " ' -�-- poor '   �       :   - .. 1 bo -o 11 4 S 1 1 1 11 il . . ' Total cured 6l'i Total of Cataract Cases cured, included in the above nuuibw 2S Ages of per-on� cured of Cataracts uol liwrn Willi them. 1 Eight yifars I'ld, 2 Bftweentwilveand twenty, b Between fifl> nuilseventy, 4 Between seventy-one aod' seventy four,  1 At seventy.eight, 1 At eighty. U The whnje  eisons cured bom . blin .and of thii- Guvemoi-s at Iar.:;e, ;\t nut. a reriilirale thai be considers the beiirer to be a pr^rt object of the ch.'�rity.   Thjlt the skill nnd des n� litis, must evetitaiilly I- (he rich as well as. to (b� is' too ol)vi li-5sing3 of vision meant ! S. F. M 1LFORO, Vicc-Presidenl.   . .Siih-rriptions arc r, ceived bv ll"b;rl Russell, EstJ-^tea* �urer;atal: Ihe Hnniis, an.l by .�>!rssr3. Trewmai and'Sbn* iii t.'ii-ter; ul Ihe iank.* nfilesrrs. Klfords nnd Co. in Ply-""' nv'iil.i ; III Mr. llciVilV, il'llHis-cnirl, Bath-; sit-thc Bank.' ot .\;.-s,rs. I>..r^, .\iilt,;jn,l Co. Uari Waple ; bv.Mr,-Y . G.ll J>�(d'-.CJ�; Tayi-'iocfc | ami ol'.\!c>i... lVi'.le.:' -le-lnMie.    _. .   ..." VILl U1*nV   f e iI;i , Dec. I.' 'stJJ. 'T^HK Commissio-r-ers for FitiiinUin^ fiii Ma*' JSL jcsty'i i^avy do /icrebg give TVo/jm, t/i
                            

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