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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAYi pECEMBEn 30, 1809. VlNTRY WARD,_______ AX a Wardniote held this day at Cutler's Hflll, \ for the t:irrti n of an Alrtfrraaii of this Ward, .Ui the | JL^ COMMISSARY IN CHILFS OmcR, nor. es.   , 'OTf CE is hereby given to all Persom tcha areailUng tofurm,hTtilHrY-FlVZy'lliJVS\Si)    JL^'fnr tt>e o�e or SCHOOLS.      Hy aoe lUtu hj..x\ u. x BLANKETS, that Tenders, mirked    Tenirr for [ilaii-    ST. JOHN BULLKN, M. A. of Trio. Coll. Cmabridge, kfls," may bt dtlioertd at tltii Ofice. nn-il WcdjiMljiv,./Ae    and hrtii Master �>f the GraiQniiir 8e>)o.>l. iincrsttr. JOW of January next, at Txclet n CVoct, af.er ahkh Jnnir i     1� ialel tor I^onpnon, Harsi, �M, aiuM^miC, Mtiflraiip-pltcilv In the HfatlnKue [inrti i>Ctl>e wi>rli,i|iHi ttie (nmelvappy , art of-jMT�e�iins iiTdinary fcet-nc^ nndorcurrrtire*, in a tBan. m-r that irrrtiM�t> v c'inniands wir syrftpaiby aad atEeciion.*'- Edinlrarxh Ue�f�n-, No. J6. '    ' Pnnlrri for Umittiian. Wurst, Bew. iMOtme, Patemofter-.-Ofwhofft iu4]|L|>e bHrff b> tbcfaoK AoihiM-, Adeitae Mowbray, 2d.editiun, tbree Vult. 133. 6(1. is boned*. "   - ' 9.        Fat&T Rn4 natq^ttrr, SMi editinit, 49. fid. fibqnb. S-.^^w-nM.. TImCFifthcdttMovtir'.- FKMAI.F. ASYLUM.-TWi day is p��)U:>hrd. in 8vo. _I�tfr<' 7" -d jTTiif M)*;ll.n V, Ct-hKlil', rt� hich I \�iv- ^ro\v-rd in every pirl of this extef:s;vf ro-iVitv aie iii'i-i fliit-iiiiij to rae, and coitiin tri\ ul^nn-it gr; titude. Thr ap;if,-t>ni:re of unanimitv atfi'ds nie well gr�iii I liopi-s of unoppn rd 6ucce-s. Yi't 1 flioulci iT^.iotiii); in attpiition to \i>iir jn'e-� re-fs, iff f'lrb.re reniiiidin; \pn >( thp npi-pHtiiv of a full attendance on the day of elecli'>n ti� Pn-tiri- tiieptVerl of y'>ur p-nrro'.s iiiiemtiois, aiu! to evpres- (he ppnetal etviiiinent ta. iiCc.l during my I'anvas. IVtniii ni.-'Itierefore most enr-ik-slly to rrqufit he honour nf \�ur altrntlance at Ayleshu-n'oiiihe Day of ICiertion, whirb tlie High SlifrUl'h:i� fixed frWfdnesdav, the jd day of jliuuarv n-'xl, at elpvi-n n'rlnck inlheforefloon, " \VM. l.OU.VUHS. >Vfhadd.iii lla!!, Dec. 2.1, lSi)9. lX)C.NrY tXF I-INCOirN LU.NAIU  AS\ I.UM. rr a MEETING of the COM MITT HE of aJE.VF,FACrORStolhcii.temlpd LUNATIC ASV- The Right flop. Lord BROW XI.OW, C. Chaplin," V.i(\. M. 1\ J. Cr.icrofi; K-q. Chap. Mainwaring, Esq. >lenry Hutlnn. IC'sq. Rev. Anliilearon Uliugworlli, .a. Cookson, M. D. Mr. Ir^lein.in having made a^ati'Oictnrv Rr^inri resprrtin; the paitii ulars of an esti^cnte ft�r prerime the Af.\ Inm -nt! ap-prop'-iate Mn!ldiiigs,and"itappparinR to Ihi- Alpiliii:: ! iiie tpidition of fifteen hundred pound-at least will be rrq 'irerl v.t "OW SELLING ,Gl''i-' at I'lime Cost, SM.K STOCK! NfiS, witb C"ltf>n Fefl. .m.l e�i-rv De rrip-t .'O "f lIortiTv. tn.. �iilti* Stork of Mr. COLlV I.K, ItO, iTeet-'Irppl, rrlirirs; froir bu'-iiiefs, con- 'tiii� of .i 1 irf^i- ai.J p'rgant :iss4)rcni'*iil of L.idi i ;ind  -e. an inimfn>e f lurk of hi! lini* frailly admirnl invpuMna Silk Si'Tkings Hiib t.otii.ii Fppt, fron f>s. bd. lo M. prrpair, gr at r'oiri'i"e bpg; leave earnenly to invite thu aititiiion of tlms.- Not>leinpii .uid CpDilrmeh, wno, fi.iving prouerly i" the Count \,liavp hitlit-r-ro been ipnor.int of the ailvancfd st.Tte of Ihp l.'darity, tkiid to ' Killcit tli^ir t>eiiev>ilent aiil, without which, from the mnsiii- ' tud.-of the Bi'iK-faftions of the rrsirirnt liili.ihiians. it may ' be justly feared a loiiR time mutt elapso li fore this lUHP'sary ttorkcan he cmipl'-ted. The CoiiiHi'tipe r.innol persuade then selvef, tliat, in ihs enlightened nje, nny agummts can be neceS3ar\ to itH,; i ,ne.ir > in-i'.j. V  ijii.i-e CILVRLKS HULL tatcs the earliest op|M>Ttunity rp'pecif.lly I" acquaint I lie I'ui'ir, lli.-il he has piir-Ch.iied the .-ibiive Itepoiiiorv. .� h re Itie SALI. of Il()R>KS and cARRIACil-.S, In I'1!KL1C AClTIO.V and Fltl-�^ATK C().\TR\rT, "ill he continued upon the same plan as it ha'* hern hilhert > conducted by htslate F^vt^rr ; and having relinqu-^hed the Lj^rv Yard, in Little M"i>r-fieldt. hii whole time and atliniioi will h" devted t'> the duties of the nb'ive concern, in wliicJi he h pes to merit the pa!roD!ig� and .'uppot of the FrieiulVjof hi* Father, and tlic l*nh'ic .11 large. 'J'he S;ile l>v Auction cotnincncfs every Thursday, precisely at One o't'lock. NSTA.VT MONKY LO.VNS.-Snnie Gentle, men of the first reiieclii'i'.'''y and independent fortiin-s, having formed a |>rivnte l>t;ililis > m-nl "f public adv.iiilagp, ine Nobility. Clergv, L-idies ot (h-tiiictiiui, and nihf-r IVr �om'ppf!�Ki�edof tiicnine for iifp, or oitiefww, (mm Land, lloin's. Dividend-, ot' Sioek, Marriage Settlemriif, Church P-efetmrnl, orolhe. ed^cient Pr.-ip"rt\, ma> he ,ic-rommoduted wiin Money ti any um- orlj;-i;;e. AppliraliiMi perion.-i'ly, fc'.oi I > rUe to three, or bv lei'>r, post p:iid. Mddri-fsed to Nles-^r'.-. ("i, aitd C'l. ^rri- Xjeiit?, S, Warw ick-vlre'l, Ch:iring.rr. p-. will lie nllena -ri I . TTv^" i.on i.i()7n"'!.k \s i-i: s.7. TO IMSK..T A! ^Kt:lLS, A;, . OZIERS to be SOLI).-To he >Of.D, he. Iwp.-Miwo and three '^rres of t?.'li U:-, mw sla.'-ing and glow io);, nndren-iy 'o lie cii, ui .i jv-re i>. ground belinieing lo the r,iinipinv nf I'rnpriet- r?, riiiMiu'iiii!. Riv�r l.eaii. Stratford, wlnie I'le sam he V i' the \v eti. Ja^iuary neJt. wiiiilhe words" lender for Osiers," written on the rover. T  N. I'lCIvFRlNC, Chief rierk and Si-rretarv. F-ast London WHl-r Works (JfTire. Der^ ^1,        __ lAV~ST.U'lTLbTTE�'V,  -.o lir  Drawn iii O.NL DAY, the Hth of Februar>, IHlU. sen EM N' 4..............�.%\,(m............ 4. H.............. �0............... 20............... 4�............... 3t>............... ,860............... l,diio............ 5()............ lix)........---- ............. ?5............. 15,.......... 5,(160 Prizes. ... I'J.DOO ... lO.tHlO ...  �ii.Km ...    U,?(X) 900 .. ?2,900 ;�.':200,nOO YiMiK-Y ork and Lincoln. K. louccster, Worcester, Hereford, .Monmouth, and South. Wiiles. NoiiTU West-Chester, Sal ip,   Lancasti-r, and North Wales. llo.MR-Miildlespv, Surrey, Hertftir 1, .nnd I5erk�. 1NI..VM)-Deriiy, Noliiiigham, Sl.ur.iid. I.eire5ier. Warwick, Rutland, Bedford, Nortliamplon, Ontoid, and liuck-inghain. And the I.slands of Guernsey, ,Ier-'v, and Mdrrnev. liislinct PrOpnsaUfor lirrud nifl I'url, I ci jy., mi'l SUlIW, must be tnadej'ir each Diifiict, nntiench  I'ruyo-:.! n.iut   arc t'-e lelti-r Khich is annexed lo ' t {'ciiii, r pr ./i . , �!'( ,//,r if   Uri'ilu    ('i;mni(� 'iTrii   Lindesiv,    l-.di..lMir;li ; at II:-. Ojjn-i- III' Assisiiii't t")(;i;rt'v  .innexed (o tin- Tenler, is pruijerly  filled up hy   i:wir iureiie-. l!ie:r I'li)|iiisal� � ill iml he iiot'red. COUNTY FIRI-: Ol FICK, | SopIllam,Jll>ll-^(^l't. S'rnnd.     \ INSUR.VNCfv^ zchiih expire   at   CiiiiisrM.Ks i uld te reniofd within  l-iiieeil ihys, or Ihe Poiit-ts , fr/7/ be mill. \ The ili^tinpnishrH principle of'/!�! D/flce i.i. tli:vt the l"er- \ ."ons In'iired shore pndits dqiinily wilhlhe i>rii;'"Ml .Mem'-crs, j ;iiid ivilh the importiiiit .advamaje of ii'il tieine liilile lo i make good the lo-sP� of others-iNo (hnii;r ffr PunUis un rrmoral from u hrr (Jjfiies.- Panning Stock re tuceU at the ra'eof'i-.piTt'enl. | Jn.-iurances are eH'ected in ^nrh piri? of I'le Metro�nlisns , parlako of the nature of CouiiIrN l.'i-k-, ir. ihe We Irrn ! p'lrl thereof, and the .New Bnildmf;-ge.iera.li.   ARriilii are ' apptViiited in all the princip.-il rmvi.-. in (^n-at C.ril.in. u lio ; nre |.kewi>,e Acrnts lo the I'ao v i ;> i: n x Liic Di-ricu, ; founded on siniil ir i rircipir'. ANAL PKOPEllTV.-To~b.' SOLD by PrL 'niilract, Ity Mr. SCOTT, I.e. ds and Liverpool, : Wilts and llrrl'S, Keue-I and Avon. 11 iiH lrr.li.-ld, Croydim, i and tir.ind Surry t nii;il Sh;ires ; I'.a-t L .ndoo, \Ve.| Middle- i pe�, :ind Ket t Water W orks, Lo:.don,iiid Commercial Dock, I find Atlas .-Xs^umnre Shares. I No. iS, New Bridge-ireet. CANA] vateC 1-1 U T on Kxcbequ PUE NORTHERN DiSPENS.\RV, Duke's. row, Tavisteck-sqiiare, will upen for the retepHon of Patterns, on Momiay, Jan. 1. ISIO. The wtuil/>f a Dispens'ary which should include the increasing popul:ition of SomVrs Towr-n. Camden Town, Pan-crasi and Jhe adjoining pait�.i�f the Mefiopolis, having been wusibty felt, iraay benevolent individuals have been induced tocoiite forward infuppoit ot such an evtnhlishment. The expenrc of raedicinesjind medical .advice cannot be afforded hy.the lower orders of society, w hich compoje so large a proportion of'.the Ci-inmonity. An Institulion, therefore, enabling, the. indigeiit tobe.atterded at their own houses, has Bn(]uest'onably the'strongest riaims lu uiil)lic supuoit : and if it be  oi>stdered howsevere are the ilistressrs of the poor � heo vLsited by disease., it is preijumyd the.e are few familiM pofsessrd of a rompetency, Itiat w ill not rejoice in the pros-pctof relievuigsuch cuinpticiled suffering, and of rendering extensive brnrtjt at tin expencc comparatively ttitliiig.- A rontrfbutinn.of One (iuinea perant.n.n will esahle the wbscriber to relieve severtil objects u holly destitute of the ' nt'ansfl^ obtiiiningproper tnerliral aid. The hpiiefils  8 the district. PHYSICrANS. Peter M. Roget, M. I>.39� Behiard-sireet, Russel-fquare. Chades Wbittcll, M. 0.34. Uuern square. "        �     .       :       SURGEON. Jolm Want, Esq. 9, North.-crrsceiit, Bedford-square , ,    .   APOTIlliCARY, Mr. VVffght; who residescon-tantly on the prem eei�eletter|lof;i%6oa)lnendatioD, and dispense raedieine i^^jlitQqdid.tp cniifer�ntbe ktijerts of this Charity *'*.�'y means of inrdicaJireatineni (iocludiog warm    ' haths and etectHcity I the aid of a generous piiblic .^tlBestBd tvcarnytucb int^tioiit into effect. '.jSubscriptioiMatid.donatioiis (TemGuineas constitutes *en>Arfdr nfejf are received byiMessrs. Fry and Soils, ain- , r^y, i3vui,^a,,^,v--------- , . <�redV �rtiioojenta, w� �*i}�-su�el.f anl bxib^:^iiR�r9r3^of tbe RuEseU/iiutitution. j received. Thi  npnn the same T^lan .is the l-ist; it consist!) of only .'i.Okil) Numbers (from I Ia5,0.i0 iuclu-ivelt hut there nreFimr Tic ket." df each NaiiilM-r.which will be severally en-liiled lo wh;ife�rr Prisels dtnwn ngn]ii�l turh Number for iiislanre, if Nik. 1 should he drawn a Prize of 2.),0U0/. the Four Tickrti of llmt Number will each t>�entitled to ^,000/. making in the whole, ll^QOOL *� Shan-swill be riilitled to their Proportion. Tickets and Shares are on Sale at all the Offices. bURRKY aNU SLjSSEX" On Saturday, thetithof January, 1810, wiilbe published, printed up"B a paper of a superior quality, of the largest dimensions, and cotitaioing twenty estia c-iluQiut, the hrst Number of nilE SURREY, SOLTirWARK, and SUS. SEX (iAZKTTE. With th� usual eonstituent parts of a Neu'pa]ier, it will beuuifoimly distingo'ished by three le.ac'ing Features:- I. By i� constint allrotion fo Agriculture, Trade, and the .^risaod Sciences, which practically cooiribule to the liap-ptiiess of mankind. The best and earliest infortnatioD, with respect to dbcuyeries aud impruveineiits, shall be regularly given. II. By a H'istary of the counties of Surrey and Sussex, to commence with the 9'si Number, and to conclude within the >ear, descriptive of their respective AiitM)u�iiPs. Cariosities, Establiskmriits, Iinprovetnent., &c. &c. 4kr. derived from the - --c.;.irrp�. nhpiher aiicieiit or innriern. rjAO DISSENTERS.-The   PROTESTANT A. OlSSLNTI'.liS AL.MANACK ;u,l .-V.N.NCJiL liL-(^ISTlOR, for 1810, having in consequeucf of iis rapid sale, been recently lut nf print; the Friends of this Undertaking arefMpfclfiiry ii-.f-nm- d that a New ICditiou, murli improv-ed, may bi: haii uf Williams and Smith, and K. L'ra>bv and Caw Slnti'iners' Oiurt; W. Hntion, J. Iiiirditl, and (iaie and Corfis, Pateni'ister-row ; T. fonder, Burklersliury ; and ail olh�r UiHiksellers.   Pr'ce 'is. (id. This day i� puMi^hed, in 8�o. withi'i Plates, price 9s. bds.    ; MATHEMATICS-SIMPLIFIED, and practi. cilly illusirateii by the adaptation of Ihe principal prtfhIeBiS lo l!ie ordinary purposes of life, and by a pie-gres-ive arran^emenl, applied to the roost familiar .t'tijects in ; the plainest leimsi-together with a Complete i;ssav on the Artot Sutveyiiig Lands, &c. by sueh simple Inventions, as may foi ever banish the necessity of costly and complex tttrtruinents. By Capt.TJIOMAS "W ILLIAMSON, Author, of the " Wild Sports of India." &c. . Printed for Longman, Hiirst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster Row. I AiNSWORTH'S DICTIONARY, 4to. This dav is published in 4�o. price 3/. 'Js. calf, letlered, TUESAURUS LINGU-E L.VTIN.E COM. PENDiARtUS;or,a Compendious DICTION.ARY of the LATIN TONUUK^ designed for the Use of the British NaOon.   First piiblished By Mr. ROBERT A1N8WORTH. ; A New Edition, with great Additions and Amendipents : particularly a targe and copious I.NOEX of such words as occur in STEPHIiNS and AINSWORTH, of an obsolete, unclassiral, doubtful, or modern Character, with tl\e pro- mem of iiii'li'slant nunin-rii-s v, h cli might serve ai once, as placs of edueation lor the ynuntiand places of refuge fir ihe iinf.irtiinale -I he auf hori-is sugge-ls some julicnui practical d-lail�, which are well (b-s-iving cnn-ideiali'm b} those � ho ar - williiis to embark in su>-h an attempt I" assuage the misery, or l.> .-lusment the happiness, of the most helpless but a'lnialil.- pirt of liieir fellow ire;ilnre Crilic.il Review, Mav. Ih09.    .__ Tlii-day is published, in 1.) Voimurs. rojal Jbino. nulicl-li-lied with Portraits ef the priiic pal Author-, price Ten (;nnie!i� in board-, a new and uiiironn IMitioii, with the a'l 'ilion of the L".iker-nn, '..f rWM\t: lUllTISII ESSAYISTS; compreheading JL lie Sp'claior, r.iiler, i.oarija , Ramhler, -Xdven-tnrer, Unrid (;i>tiiiois5. ur. Idler, -Vlirror, I.BUii^>-r, Observer, ;in.l l.nnker-'.n I'^e wholi- r.ill.^ted with, and ror rl--d t>v i he ori^in.i 1 I-Mition�, with Prefaces Hiiloriral and i;. iC'Mp'i^r .1, and .1 (ienenil tiidex. il. alf.\\ni)i-;r rii\LMLi{s, f.s.a. �t* Ihs is ihp only Editinn of the Kri'i-^h Kssayisf?,' wh.rh cm include Ihe .Mirror, L'Junjer, Observer, niid l.ook.r-.in, these works being here printed liy c'iisenl of the proprii't' rs. Printed for j. Johnson. J. Nielio's and Son, R. Baldwin, F. and ('. l!i^iii2ion, W. Olridge and Son, W, J. and J. Kichards'n, X.Sirahan, R. l-'aulder, G, and W. Nicof, T. I'ayiii-, (i. Hi-b'n3. e. C-idfll .ind Davis. Laec a d Newman, H.I). Smu-ikI-, Wynne and Co. P.iic and Co. J. Carpenter, W, Mill.-r.'J. .-ind a. Arch, ( rosby and Co. Culbell and Martin, Williams and Sm-th, R. bcUoley, R. S.' Kirbji jMuthew* md Leigli, S. Ha:Fier, I', iroosev'R. Pheiw, K^'i�^OJe^, li. Iligliley, I,lack. Parry, and Kingsbury,-J. ilstdin^ R. II. Kv;jis,"j. .\lawinan. J. Booker, J. Aspern-, J. Harris, ri. I'.bers, .).-Wil!is, and W. Creech. Kdinburiih. DrTTRLSLLU= Nl.U   1 1 ;a R's li I F1 .S.-Catalogues gnii , .No. 3, Palernnster-row. r-piIE PROGRESS of MAN and SOCIETY, JL from the Crndle to the (iraves and the Infancy of Things, eihiliiled in 103 beautiful cuts, 7j b .>u^. To know Thiif which before us lies in daily life, I Ihi-prime � isdom. Mil,TOy. Provrrh f, Is. (id. NLW liU)(.KAPiMt..AL DICTIO.N.MM .-Til. .la., is publisheil. in a Ikicit volume, closely priiiird, royal ISino. price 7�. (id. 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