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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Itt, LD Km. Mid P i i �'.ii � v5� SdTUkDAY, DECEMBBJ^r 23, . STRASD. rthe Right ilon. lAJjipfliG^&AY.nMj^-Jpfecembet 26, aad tlunng 1/ Wi^ft-IMjiy Wert. ��> Wiiy of I'ri-'liide-fii^ttinie this ^Olliv; nr. Ut;Ut>UriA}f WOALU.-biiiiva Cba-j{stic#erM� f Sei:tiFfy>>uMF'iDfte6iiier�,-' iir-Mhiiatare, jMHi^^* i! *13lV tfiw.'tte BaHei Divertistuinit,. of (�3m.:ltt^�Ci,�rO(JD. "^rb VISIT TO' MY ~;k^In<^- in^�>f hie by naiil ite^SlffSfelsc^' Th> wlinl.- tn coirrlude l^^^lKCp^p^tIfaitnmiiiie,of i'ijE iler^iiiA^^j-CoiidPricf at hulf past rjlHESTAG.*.-The Advertiser wishcj to meet ,r"; with some Geiiilertan qjoaiified :io A�sist Woi m the Study of sa-ne of the priDciuul Chijrarten in.lhe seriuus Mr. HOPE INSURANCE COAM-AlV^-PIltB, LIFE, and ANNUlTlES.-CAPil'Afc TWO MILLIONS. -     Office; Lad{r;i(c- hiH, London.  >ikiu''s, No. r>2. New- i JL    Z.'oei ejp�re�t ChhisTMAS, are rapeclfuUy mjcrmfd, ..J.-J        - �-- �-       j        IteceipUJ'uT Ihe Jieuasml pf the tame are n^m readi) fnr Comptiny IhrougAout t/ipMrnt^d. Kiag'io'm. N. a. J�oliciesof In�8mm.<, �rhuli e^BTe at the abo�e Vcriod, should be reDcjveit.w'mWh YnrRKU DaVs thfr*- _____1^1 m Lettrnr addresaed t� F. B. at ...     ....._   ____... ..^ street^ Cuveiil-<�arden. will he ait.-iidrd t� iu a few dayi. BOYXlj MUSTOM, Gi^at Rooms, Spriiil i�i.HiKX of that liluation, mmop   liAcn in i(8i'sbOii)d iud|i^e'yi>u io hrliev^; lliat 1 l(!it'f^tM|JX$:IJK^|>rC'uIiariy ii^ dutiet uf l'teBai|utmtu%iFjud�.ine.. If, bv your favour, I |i^fc!a|>tMHiMH4aiatM Varaiw^ which his Ueath it etifiaiaair^, I (Mm bnr.iti laindv �nd endeavour to imi-i ibii(iM6ycs8BtieBtsua)(ii��,Biiil-psrticUlarly liis iudexi- ^'I'^^^&.t.^lJrt      G^JlMiien,       Witb rnucb remect, your must obedient, � And ver3CCBJiiiiide Servnjii, . ... ,      .   -. JllCUAliU TWINING. ^��hFp�ilOPli1^:t6i^sofEAST india stock. il..tiuktrajMl!Giti�TLiint:i�,-fPUKdwltU of SirWUliamBetislev, Bart, having *Jk oceft>ioiMtci vhrafry in tlie Direction, 1 lir^ inou re-^^mftaifWiti^n the offer of by "service!-.   Unjjneed in no llMiittmtea^.tliyerf oi'.from as unrciniitiiw; attroiion to MMtM^|N}^^i(rt^)tuhlbIe office t^ I umpire, and hr- l<^MW<^|4*^iAte mytimKamhi^kufrienrelii the nd�'ance-^flilMryoiir inierestsy I'^raM I ^uHbe able lo dischnr.c (h�~dwatiii�RNniitff vnilabletu'tbe v  ttutlerlnj; rerop-liM wMi'WhU'Jb.tbc lender.af mv^s^rykes.-lias {>ei-a-ri*reiv^d l^f^t*m|^(t^yT:>ai To those iiuifleinus friendi w.bo IjiifepniiMtiaiiR^theiryDtef aii(fiat(-.ri!iit. iti|;niniMiira my mn-r.flM'i>ks.R�uri9i4 m>� thaiikfnlly reived___ open at tlie reduced price of Two Sliilliu;(s Admittance ; aud thoie who have uiready seen this most Wonderful Exhibiiiun, will be admitted J-'reir on brin^* inn Friends,with thciu. Open from Ten od-ick in the Morurnjr until Five; aod in the Eveniug frnra Seven until Ten at Night. N. B. At the above Rooms mas be sera the Crlcbrated Misi Ltdsdale, only JO licUes in lleiglit, very Aifuble and Actl�e.-ttie Beautiful Alliiness, with Silver Hair, plrasMix-iu licr M.-uniers and Convmatioo.-'�0 BmH, Ai-inittancoppe Shillim;. T pTPARALLELfiD   PHENOM^GN,-i- IlJ N'-iiiire is often woniUrfdl but never aiAjlj^iiiM.- The c�V)i>�i       oj. Fellow of the Raval CoHe^e of Su*roit}i .i^|4to/pi� ^ Demonstrator of Amitoray at St. BortbolpfltewVHospltal; PrlWed for ^oo^man, HurU, Bees and prmfj.Piaenjoit^ri collNry Fltti> OFFICE. Suiiibarapton-street, S;raod. INSURANCES akich expire at CttttisT>i.V3 ahot'tld. 6e renetced teilAiH Fifteeu datp, or the Policial will ie uoid. Th� diitinguisheif prlndpU of this QJSce U. that the Persons insured share prints equtuly with'tae original Members, and with the irtiportaiit adxaiitaee of not being liable in make pood thelo ucb parls of the Metro;iolis as par'iiko of tbCDatiue of (^lunUy'lli-Tia, t. �. the Western piin thereof, and the. New BuiJdififs genenilly. - Agents are 'appointed in all the principal Totrt>s in Gr.-at Bri|.iin, who ore �! kewi^e Agents to tbe Pa^vtBCMT Lifb Of>-]cg, fouod�d oO'.ciinil^r principles. ^ A"TLAS  FlRfi aaa UFE  IN.SURANCE COMPA.Vratf XMtioB.-iVnnn9-�bo b.ive AssnrflJ at4l�1s Office lire z<-queit<4 to lake police, that l*oIT�fi�S e.t-' pirintt at ChristifiHS-day next, 'should be renewed at thai period, SI within 13 days thereaTier. Person; dpsiroas. of.eucreasiug the amount of their Assurances ill cua^equeare of the increased price of huililing materials, nreiuformrd, that no additional expeoce of Policies is incurred at this Olfice, ' " The following, are among the ad vantages derived fi^m et-fcrciing A9suninces at this Qtfice, vi�, T^at ilent is paid ia case of Fire, withnut a.iy additional Preraiuni. That,Farming Stock is Assured, without an average clause, at ?s. per Cent, per Annum. 'i'h.'it Duniiige by Li.thlniiig is made good. That Merchandize in the West India Docks i� Assured at 23. per .Cent, per Anna:n; and Tnal Policies are iVurd, and Endorsements and Surveys made free ol expence to the Assured. Printed Propos.-ils may be had, on applicaiiin at the ORire inL9udofl,\or to the respective A^tnts in i-.dinbnrph. iJliis-gnw, Hiililin, Cork, Bath, ilri-tol, and other titi-!' aharil Hcher, Es�|. in Svo. pric>"ls. boards. 2. \iaiiu;il lif Devniinn; or. Jmlj�'nrijl ;ind Metty for -AtBictcd sinulj; roil?i�liig of Alcditutions. Sirtll-^qaler, and Prayer^.   By Fnuicitf Quarles.   In oni voU frown gvo. � new Edition, wilb a Ueadof the Author by Freeiiittn,'price 7s ill liuaids. Tliis day is published, in two txick V.-is. 4to.-price6fj5l�-t.. ticHJ He'uffif.s; au.l thr lutelarv Saint of each"Chtiich. The Uistnneeand Bearm^;^rf every Piiriih, or H.imlet,jf<'�iu A :|\OTOAtfi \VARB, ptfcember 21, \SOiK- JL^; AtW^l^tMotrVholden tbindav within ilif V^'uid of " �ral�.,L 4. Aldeiman, f Ma #if lb� War4�ifpjJ^^ UtttntranioHs Inhabitants, aad for his imb'aitial conduct in rtfcairtkts'day;     � -r.f . .i Vv Baolticdjnuniiinnn-Iy.,'li>ai the Thanks of thi^ Wardmote ws^^ivil^to Mr.v rWpiuy 44im>f Sabnden, for his eon-~'aiidmwniriedaiieiili6n"t  which be keens .-uid ex-Accounts,- to tie amm dlv audit.-d by his ^>a�r;'�iE!{kMUn0n;CaMie;|'bf' Ibis Ward, .arid which to l�hc�rnS^S*^^'^to their satisfagtiou and ii^^J^^iai^l^^^atth^e Resolution.., siened by 5?e "�rt'Cl^lf, be insent^ in lhi�e\Moriiihg and three � ^   * VifM. M�tCALP, Ward Clerk. ImERiMANTLE MANSION IIOUSK, atiti L\Ni')S, near tiouthamplon. will be SULU bv AUCTION in tebrtriry or aiarch next, uulrss previously d-s-posrd of by-Private Contract.-For particul^irs apply to iVJessrs. Shawes and Le Blare, Solicilori, Tailor-i>trei'l, Bhickfriars.__ ' EAST LO.NUON WATER WORKs. TO BASKKT M'\KERS, fee. OZIERS to be SOLD.-To be SOLD, b.--tneentwo and tbn.e Acres of OZll.RS, now st.u'd-ing and growing, and rr.uty to be cut, m a p ece of ground heloiiei'ig to the Company of Proprietors, fontipuoui to the lltve'r Lrah, Stratford, where the fame roav be viewed, upon application at the Water Works, at Stratford. IVisons desifoui of brcomiiig tlie Purchnsen Ih.freof, are rcqiiestcd t-> deliver Tenders, i'Cjtled up, at the X'oiuuanyV O'fuv, So. 16. St. Hel;n>-plaoe, directed \a. Mr. T. S. Pickering, Chief Clerk and Secreiar), on or before Mondijy the sili day of January next, wilh the words" Teiidcr for O^iirs," wiit-ten on the cover. 1 T. N. PICKERING, Chief flerk and S.-ctetarv. East London Water Works Office. Dee. 91, 1809. G0MPL1 ure(iroundi>, with fin ctccUeot trout strt-ain running through them, furnii-d into Inrg'r and very ornamental sheets-of Water, uio^t amply stored iViih Trout and other fish, and .toy quantity of iberur-i'otinding meadow and p.isture Liuid may be h^d. The manor is most ahnndantly Et ai|iifu1 part of. the country, and about 60 miles from L .nV;^ dilficaliies which those in the T.b.ircoT'.ide have hi- ; rrfebcho j Ihi-rto experieqred io obt.i  inform them and the Public-in general, that they � 1 have opened ii \yholesulc Warehouse at No. ai}. L'icestcr* [ square, where the Said article may be h.id, nnd where ihey 1 are now taking m-decs.   And nj if U tli'ir proejil l::(rnti�u  '< to relinquish the Retatrthercof, and not to iiuerei e wiili any other article ipf �nid Trade, they most eamcbtly ri-qu."*! that those wh-i inavhunnor them wTih the)rc fl^iiia'rid>, will rr-tail it a.H received frt^ them in its original p"irii�,hfrng rte-lennincd to afford thif most liberal enointagemcht to tlio:-e who buy li^seU-ajc^io.        ,_ ;   . I rpilE QUARTT^RLY ReVzEW, No, iv. is ' JL this day,.,publisiied, [needs, and coiiinl-(, nmongst a variety i'f inHresting aiiicics. Canning's Lrfter to tr.e Earl (imnden-Oxford EiUtions of l,(>rioli>l��-l>f. I'lifrs Cliaraclerj of Fox- Battles of Tjilavert-�-ll!iyley'* Ijfr of Ro.nnej -Wvvillon Inlolerartce-t.a Place "n Ktifiuifdi-nary Refrarlion-UowJes's New Po-m'^R'w's AtKwer to Foi-Or. Kelt's Emely-iNorllunoro s Wa-hlng|i.i;-��!>e Ga'igneV Travel* in Chins-.-Stateof PkirtiiH Hitlbo �UMe -of 1^09, &c. *c. ^ I'rinied for John Murray, 3�, Fiert-�irt�4; If^Mchat I l'ircadniy,andRkhsrrt'on, CottiWIl, LoBdOnj mfcHf, f-nVi Deighton, t:ambridge; BallBiit^ue, KnillRlirjMi ? AU-h�n. Dublin; and Mid also bj-every Haokaetler dHJ ^^*s man throughout the Emptr?. A New (edition of the First'Nuuih^rs of th^ Qitftrtcr-ly Review will be ready in a few dayf, when wfhiiietf sets may be ^bad. in Two VoU. Svo. price H. Is. in honMs, of any Number separately, price .Ti. Jir>t'pulili^hed, (ince i� tid. jN ATTEMPT to shew the FOLLY and DANGER of Min-HOOISJi;: hi�tiefle.i�f i;�.ay�. fir^t pnbblikhcd in the Evtm^.B>^.^e*'*lyt and ni>n enlarged with a Preface and atldlitUnitFNote*!, By the EDI lOtt of^tbe l-X.^OTNER.   , Printed-for John llu�t, Examinrr U.'So'. Heaof-ft l^iiilrf-ings, l^lraiul ; nod iwild by K.'iefwood and Co. Putcnioster-piw : and all other Itookyolle^s, _ blDTliTtrUL NEW 1�;aR'S raPri; rm:-.e.TuFcd wiPh f >riy-oiie highly fini-hed rn.graviii,j3rdesigned by f?rainlev, and engraved (0 the line niniinrr by^ Woriiiin'gion.-This daywas.pnblisbed, price 10s.-6d. inboard;', aud elegantly bonnd, H*.  DIVINE SONGS for CniLDREN.--By the Rev. J. WATTS, D.U. Printed f"c/. Jtidgway. Piccadilly, and may be had of ail BouKsell^rs._____ Thisd^ is4inbl�^UUthly-Review, Aug. i8o3....... ' "th'Waj la -p�WUhe  �"lf.-T�t�* e�W!^�iga.H-ifttln�j-' COhJld-rahij i.iii.r.iveil and Ai'.. tb�14th,of,ii;ebrwiry, 1810. � . ^       * SCtfUMB; > f.-c.^i:si,... .�Mjoin^.^i...,.�.......ve .80.030 1,C�0.^. '.?;**�*  &).;��..,............ .*>8Sfc .\..., i...,... , A^^x................ 20,t�a 12,000 lO.IXJO 2.i�0 72,900 tered imoM^be 1st dav of May next, .ill that large and roramod^ous Inn, kn�wn by the name of the TURK'S H EAD, sttiialrd in Newr.-ittleupon-Tyne, in Ihe occapa-tion .Kf Mr. Wlliam Loflas.; consisting uf a large dinidg room, hi feellong, well uropnrtinqed, six silting rooins,40 lodging ro�a*�, with Stabling for 60 bone^^and a large com-modion'COckvit. . . ^ The.PKM-nt Tenant will shew the Premises, nnd Pr sals in.^rini^ will be nceivedby Mr William llornup, Wett-gate-st!ret, Newcastle, who is ai>tbori$>'d to ilie same.- Tb�^Premi�es w'dlbe remiired tobe^{ept as an Inn, for I'oM-ing/orthearciinimbdalian of the Public. , N.B. Mr. Lofias, who intend* declining the bus'uies* of nn .^.-.-l . .    ---r------ Weepe^willacconiraodaielhesucceedWgTennntwilb bis Tpis I>.ay is publiahcdvin OoefrntiriW tW cjo^Mrly printed --^.-r_^ . . ,.   . -r,_.-.__j i .  ..^Vt>ltun^BVo.�price 14>iii> Oiird, a.        Mitinn or   . ed,nndihe mmteiif.Reaspging .cnplbyKd, b'y the OppoiieKU ofBiose Diictrin^sHikhetd byjhe i'Mabltsbud Chu.rh; wiib an AppFndix,'^i Btaining some liirieiures on Mr. B-Uhmn's Acroiintnf the Unitarian Scheme, inJiis R�vre* of Mr. Wil-hfrrorceVTrentise,-By WIL^tA5I MAGEE. U.D. S.nl.-r Fetlirw of%Hihy Cull(ge,aod Prufedor of Mattiemaiici ia the pmfeHajr^f OubifD.. Pri� >nsi�ts ^._/t(fi�iirl;to5,030tnclori�e); btil there .rf4M'ch:i^all3iei^;*hich. wHl be severally en- ^^Urawii beemitiaito^Vki^iP^ ~~ii'ni4lRflur^)int.SalB&tMtbeOffiees. Fumitiircind Stuck ?tja fair v.tlualion if inquired MONEY.-^Messrs. LUCAS aiid Co. Iwg^a^ | to infortii those that may be in waul nnd;'de,iious{if ''� bnrrowiRg tentporary or permanent sonA onyi(>NE.Y, tfaht ; lh.y.can~at all times advance any snm froro.lOOO/,    10,000f.. j and upwards, on peraonirf security, or ahv other arising ftitm ' Marriage; Settlements, M^ney iP.tbe t^mta, Cletgymnfk', Livitig,*, or Freehold; Ctmybold, and Leas.-hotd jisiatn. on (he 'in(Mtrairfti^.hdiN�nitile^ertns. And Slt^a, Luca�an4' -Co. pledge lbemselvc>tp tijuisact every tieenciatvon itriib the greatest pabctwtfRyiiind dfspiOdi, bitd not dAly-^hOse nnjoiti-  tiable it�^ej^tn^nyB>nt a^d cxtHftji^nfitedeom^idi) and. chafes (bat.are i)5ita1Iy-�Mi4e liod exacted fn ibot^y'negfic-JBliaos will , beavnld�jlfiyr;^Miitb8l�liiplir,4� hiems^ at  JNo,l$;;,Kerniinstreet, St. Jwrncrs-strtiare,either yenpnaK ly, ortbySrtlCT, ^^jraU;-B. Tea 71 be|i�a linr w�U >�f ted AiwuVtlo. I ]nmi9 putcbasc wnl npilE -MQDfeRN PRACTICE 6f PifVSIC: 4t. Exhib:iting the ChantttA^, Canies, Symptom*, Prug-no^l^, Aldrbid Avpearaiicc*, jRotf improved Aieibod of irrat-ihg'thi; Bisi'asesof allClint.'i'cs.;' . Bi ROBERT T�0�AS, �.0. of Salisbury. "'Dr.'lr^piuas:ha9abrid$cil witbjfli^fiMM, b.%� nd3ed�W> dem ^p1go> ce,�*|bl*^�win�neetbos be-roniesiii^ttSBfaLCam'peiidliiW^oPtbe pil>�pbttStite of Medical PraetJcfi"-MiWihly Rewicwi    . . - Printed fiir John Mor�ji*�iZ, FI���'Strfet,XondoB.; and fDUiiilso!by ev'ery Bodbiwllef In To�rn-:|�d-t;ouiiL'j.-Of � AebRd;Jaie�tfaWMJ�;   -     - 1/ Hooper's Ph59icifri^<^#e4trciNB,|iN)&ca^^^    Gi. -i^-i-i.'Siirgeaai Y�de-aiecani,foolscapJK�o fii-. t. --I-^ AnattJaKsl'* TAd^��ttt4 fooliddp Jrb. 9s. 4. Cooi>er> DiHiiflwrj fH �tactiaa �Pf^,|v�.�is, Thi �l>Li?hpd, in ..lie Luge ti.l. Sv�>. price Ids. blhr. ILLUSl'RA'l'lOXS of ti.e FOUR GOSPELS,. foundi'd on Lircuinsi.incc-i \ e;i.liar 10 our Lord and- tne Evangelisls. By JO�l.\ JO.Nh.S. Printed for Lon;;ni:>ii, Hiiist, Kee.-:, aud Orme, PatehwV-icr-r-w. " We take if for granu-d th.it the attenlinn  r:iie auj original perf rin^inci'; 10 toe nulhor uf wbict. .'.I' r.'.'ul.-rs who , arc capable of appricialing \\i merits, will wil.'i'>ul b.-sita-' lion ascribe, Ihe praise of di Jgeni reseajcli, rmji..rcuojU learning, vigu 00.'. intellect, ahd.an active iui..gia.ii(on.".a� Xiinullily Review. As above ma)-be had, hythesamp .-Antiior. u (mnimar>if the Greek L:.uigu^e,C�n a new ana iinpinv.rd Plan, in hi�f^. ^ Ii..li and Greek.  i^Iijilio. tAe *rcui�t EdiliDn, piire t>... ut bonrilv.   ' . . "       SOU^ii A.MERICA.   / "^S This d.iy is published, it. t.v>. \i)liirtie-fiv<�. with amap bj^b^ lounfrv, price ^.S. b./ard^; ' : TJIE GEOGRAPiUGAL, ^^ATUR.iL. a^-C1 VIL HIS roH V of CHILI.  TrJiwlateilTfprn tte original- llalian of tue Abbe Don 1. IGN A I'l,US^IO^|j< A. : To ufa(cb are added,.Noirs from the .S^uf^b uud Freaifc Vrrjion.�,itnd two .Appenisralr�laM|irt�p#e>L>e ihr l-tfge ill ^outh AtRe ivn i�n�w .if ibr j|^i.it(�l i'mpdrtMAK -and the regions hirh IS ihe'sabjct or ineV.or^bcfvreas^ certainly dnpoy the motl imeie-irng of ibnl bneiected itorMit'' There arrfew'.'iVe are iiflined |.>i bekwl,      ,       , Tttfds la South Aihrric* doting tlie year .JIlj(II,18r2-:' 1 18QS,{iifd Itf^li cofltianing d. 
                            

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