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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 30, 1815, London, Middlesex                                -Vo. 7,69a �ANO VER - S.QUAKE   1100MS.--Master .JULIUS MET2, Princli>ai Singer of the Great Syna- J }:,kc of Sussex. Leade-r of the Bm'll, Mr. AvS^Ttllr Conductor .Si:- Geurgff Smart.  |lie names of ijiany ehiineiit Vucalatid In- .\(v-iz, Ih Sahsjury-stre�, bcrand ; also at JJie Alusic Shops of ?,kbsrs. iJirchailaii^KChapi.U', New IJond-streetI'restini's 97 .Stroud; Uenu-mi and Co, Cheapsidu; ajid at Bttts', Royal 1 ---wiis-rjvHNSTFai hospital: The QU-KEN, Patroness.^ PlliSIDENT,' Most NoWe HUGH PJiliCY, Dulce of NorthumberlanO. The Right .f Ion. .Sir ArcIiibalJ Macdonaki, Bart, The Right Hon. die Speaker of the HoUse of Commons, Tlte Right Hon. Earl PeVcy,   -The Right Hon. Lord Viscount -Sidmootli-The Hoa, PhiUg Pusey. The Uii,'ht Hon. George John, jiarl Spencer, i:iie Right TioH. Robert, Earl Gnisvenor, The Uiglit lion. Lord Viscoutit -   Htu'i liani, Tlie Uight,Hon. Lord Arden, ..TJie- Very Rev. the JJiran of Westniiaster, Treasurer-GEORGE AUSIVEsq. |N SUNDAY MQUNINCithe iihli & .4NMVERSARY DIN*N�U>iU be held on Friday, ' J-ii�v:hed-Housea:�yern, Saint James's-' STE\y>l.rd5. " be. Buclann, JaniKS JL)eacon, Esq. James Fisher, Esq. James IVTirchell, Esq.' t-UmcC'l Cpdfrey, Esq. John I'ield, Esq. .].:.\a iiolvoyd, Esq.        - i'icKttp 15s. eaclj, to b'e bad of the Trnasvirer, Kensingthn; ^hc Sti^vfards, at'tlie Mospitaiand of thij Six:retary; for which (liiitiemi-n ijte i-eques;cd to apply on or before the 7th of June, iHrr. Dinner i'liiy be provided accordingly. ' .'    / Dimitrr 01) Table .it i''ive^o'clock for llalf-past Five pfecisely. J<)HN DA.iVi liL,^ Secretaryjind lUceiyer, Little" Collfg'e-street, WcstminVtcT. -An i.s AS- nOYAL MILii'AUy. OOLiTUGiiT- a  piSTANT MILITARY DRAPTSMAN i.s re<,�ir-1 a tlie tjemor De^arrment of the Royal Military ColLe ir rdn.snm.   Particulars of the appointment may be tnown qi.ii application -at the Royal Mihtarj^College, Furnhanr any Street. he on Satokbav the 3d of June, at thepok and'calls at the White' Bear Inn, and Eifoii'cester Ci'iffee-riouse, Piccadilly, . ^ o:KIGHT.ON:-^SU PE.RI0Rr~T1lA VE-LLING, Jj tiiree timesa-day, from the WHITE BI'^AR hiu, l^icca-dilly, aiid; CliOSS KEYS Inn, Wood-street, Cheapside, by the fuitowitig Coaches:- '     v The Actommodatiori,-Mornings at 9 o'clock. Ti.nies, Afternoons, at "2, l&rt, ditto, at W. HORNfcand Co. Proprietors. .. fepiS!^manner; ttavmg bxfher m 'st)n,-on-::whom much and ASiflSTANTto inmsic, ^     ,   ----------Li above Wyc.iisof age wilt be considered eligible for the appointment, r.;ii the most-respeciahle references relative' to character, will be (rquifeil from every Candidate. .     ~ , ihs 16,18)5.^., :, . " �     .     ; -   � kSAF and DU.VIB.-It is a long time since tlie-i Abbe Sic arb was desirous of kiwiwinj tlie method \isL'd' iiUliii country to instruct the Deaf-and Wuilib, and of comnar-; J, it with tliat, which he, himself has cut into practice^ since U'-d>^it!i of the celebrated Abbe de L Kt'ee, to �wlioni he-lias '...ir.CCtiO'l.    iii is wishM are now accomplished ; he has bad the _ . .___J _._ ....;;ibtng through creriai ojijects. .    .    / . ' it remains now to know, whether this method which requires most wonderful efforts be superior, or even equal, to tiiat which, !)]'means of signs,^nahles them to have a free communication witl! their lellu\T� creatures, and to express with precmon and iaiiliiyj the most abstracted ideas that,man can j-esMbly contpive; i'lie (letter to euidsle those philantropio persons, who f*el a tcDcern in .behalf o� that unfiiHunate cia'is  f being.s^ to'd*cide slew public sittings, the first of which mil take place on Thurs-UY next, Jst of June, ac Thrive o'CSeck precisely in Ano'fi.e- a, Lif'^Y;, would suit a family in ttieCountry attached' to......, assUe'is agoodiuuricjan, understands tbr PiSnoTorte,-and can siJrtg,a par^ iu tL.ISee, &c. scieatificaHy ; wouldbave no objection-to mabe'hmetf useful in a ScliinJ.-Direct letters, pour paid, fpr J.' S. tobeleftat the Addres.-i a;ficev5, CUre-court, Drury-latie. AFKM'ALE of respectabiitty and geatcQi ni^aiiners,  wfshes to obtain a Situarioh, wherein hef abilities woutd be lefully applied, being full/ competeut to thernanagement lilv. mai-kf-tiiiT .I-" ---------- r^HINA, GLASS, and  EAW-gSNwTinr^ ,   11J4,  hi an extensive assortment is terms. street; sale--India Sums from T/IOUSANLI 'ONE Y-AS _______KEYS Inn, Wo�d-sei-eet. "Cbeapiiide, and WiUTEBEAR inn, Piccadilly,.goesfhroughllyde-parkturn-.pike, over'Pututf.)i-bridge to the-FjOuntaiii Inn,. Portsrn.oi.ith.- This Coacli %sy*l, be- found particularly convenienf .to- Gentletnen anil PBtnilies'viitiug the Lsle of Wight, from its regularRy of tnivelUng and being drivea througbout by ojie Coacnman.^  - �  '     W. HORN K, Proprietor  . ARGATE ROYAL TELEGRAPHCSacH OFFICE OF OilDNANOE, May 23,-leii. TRE Principal Officers rf His Majek/^ OHiy^ a\^QV, till lierebi/i^ive Notice, that I'rojmnh mil i>e r?' failed at their Office, Pull-Mall, unorbefure WED-NEijUATi ^/iL"21st'(i/ June iiext froBi' siLclt. FcTons a.s bf yiiiiing to un-dsrluketlie sup/tly nf CO.AJ.S for Service of this Depailmenr. for-a period of.o'ne '/car Irom the 1st Juiy._ 't'i)c Coals �iust bs ol:' fhe description denomiuated Adait's Ji.iain, Eightoi; M' isels, or cr^l't, at any place in the River I'liamta and at Fdveriham, orat anyport or place.Tn t!ie River iVIedway; anda-lsoat the port of Little Hampton,in the Coijnry of Sussex,' as'may be required. - 'Ptirt.'ter Particulars, together iiiiih the Ternu and Cowlhiotis if Hte CoiUract, may be /cnouii. tip Hie Secretary's. OJficg, (it .Pall-Mall aj^resnid, any 2)ay between the liams of Ten ami Fofcr o'clock, where .the Propo^els muxt beydeU'i'ered sealed up and' endorsed '*   Proposals for Coals;" but no Pmjiasal Can & lidmiiled after the said 21st day of Jane, nf Twch-e o'Clock ntNoon afthe fame D'lijf, neither wiU an;/ Tender be noticed, iCnlcss tlie Purty making it, or an\4s^i M his behaU shall attend. _ By Order of the Board, ; R. H. CREW. Se.'retary. I       . for Victualling  His - Ma- �m- jestj's Kuvi/y (to heiebif jstve Uuiice.,. ikai on WEDNfi*. ^ the DEFIANCE, every JMorwne at the-CROSS KEYH INN, V^ood- treet J iNMcd'adilly.; ThisCoa'ci, will a^ve It' �veryAftermwii at Faur o'clock, Shd forth o Clocii^o C;-.ekenham.,allowing tlie rraVeller fn o, viewmg thebesufiful City and Colleges of Osftrd!' - � W. irORNI.'. a-nd Co..] Eight o'Cloclt, from _____, ... v.,-^-.,v.ancl- WHITE BE,\R PiccMilly. ThisCoach will arrive at the Mtre Inn,0.xford, *VeryAfternoon at Fo.ur o'clock, and for the convenience pi Gen-tlemesi and Families, will set but .the foilovying,^iorhing at Teil �Afinc the -rra^i-Hpr -..r, opportunity of __^ - . . Prnpnetof.". :DVICE to FEMALES aDd~CtliLUREN.- , ^^,�^'^5ACKMlSIE, Surgeon, ;;vinrbadrn^;arri:ir calEducauon.m Edinburgh and Undon, airo baviu/recommer-datory Letters from th. Fir.t.Physiciaos, is conMemrfmm 2.5 -ZrrrTf'Af^"^ Tractice, that by attend'iig to t Ol FEMALEb -nf CHILDREN, exclu.si'lely, asbe ha, doqe. the DISEASES Attention of for a term of ,-------.oiii�!ewcastle and Tinmout'i Haven, Swan.f ----- rjUTTING TAUGHTU-I^ of" I W ri,^           2"'l^='t'-10|'�nS to thfe School, bel^nps "i^^' Z � "f^'V             Library; the School itself ulr r'nT'y              ^"''^'^                  Scholars . w=.ici or unaer-lViaster is appointed and nairl      fhw ^�that he lias faith- ittjm^^^'^'^'^ it.  jUe:also flatters himself that the -genera! ,=ati�-te,-,,""^"^'' has resulted from his exel'cions, will secure. hit� JV suppo.t.   Terms may be had at Air. VV:s, Cl'^^Air-street. �. -      '. J^CtnmJsION,for PATNTINH; andTRlT->Ua^'''.J.i^;Gall kinds nf EX rERNAL V.'O.'Jl'jand IRON �lr,''' 'X" '-�"^ts of the .^nticprrosion will render .-iny Wood sir 1  '"'^y e very be.st linens-at the lowest prices possible, at thcir-only Warehouse in London, 30, Gteat Uussel-stree't, IJloom.'.bnry. BROOKS, BUrtCH, and O'KEEFE., Agents. NEW ECONO.MICAL  STEA>I~KirCl-lEN ll:\NGE,andCOO!S:iNG APPARATUS, withopen'li for roastuig.-"GEORGE Sl'RA ITON and CO. continue. THE foilbwing mctancholy case is submitted to the fefiiings'of a humane and benevolent Public.-By the death-of the I'tev-: M.\THEW WEST, late Rector of Clane, county of Kildai-e, Ireland (aCtentleman whose inr^^ressive eloquence as -----1  highly,and 'ith him) a left totally u-bcituce; mo^irot-wjiom are incapable of contributing, in any manner to their support, and are o( too tendei' an age to be conscious of tlie irreparable loss they have sustaint-d. The income possessed by this gentleman, from liis living, vi^as barely sulncienc to support and ^^-dui^te so large a fainily. The object of this appeal is to raise a suni not only for the relief of the ajllicted widow, and her helpless offspring, froii iiiimediate wane, but also to make some^ptrmanein provision for their future support; in yich nianiier as the libera'dty of ageiieroiisPiiMic may enable the Committee, appointed tor.that purpose, to adtpt, Benefactions for"this rb.s'pectable and di^iresRcd family, will be' thaiKtuJ'y received and acknowledged by the loUowing Gentlemen, whii cati" vouch for the trut:i of the above statement:- Bishop "if Kildare: the Uev. rh inir furnish! Family i and water-c!,s.ts to each of the t'hree .no'r^^c' 7 house and six stall'd stable, and a Jarje ce-v i-i r'.,. t<    , " PARMS, SUSSEX.-l-ol^rLT:T,^rnt7r:d" on i   mimediately, ;or at Michaelmas, divided i., t,." ,,r l-arms, about 14C)0.Statute acre� with evr--'^-/.'l nV;       -7"� Three excellent Farm I r.^.J'^^^-,';;^';^-;-^^.. tment-street; .Messrs, Kinahan, .Son, and Smyth, Trim'ty-F-Kn 'r^'^f^"''''''' ^^^'"i^'",",'E-^q--I' -'son-sr'reet; William For 7r, Ebq- Oraltmi^street, Dublin Lgpd in l.M.don by Putet Bain- DSOVNTAGli Ik./," '^''P"sures--it i � found to be'tie bi;st preparation eve'r �v,', -' '"'sts the effects.-nf-1   f' "f,^'" kinds,-and gutters, I"; IV'�'��^^�s experience ^^,;fi    I' ' '^"'"^ >       "�0^'^ ___^..rer into a specific agreement' nor to re-'piire payment'until tiic piny is satisfied that the appar-tuir.'iilswei 6 all the purposes declared. N. n. 'iliis Range, liy ir.s pec.diar coastruction, is an effecttinl remedy for smokey chimuiv s.- '   ' "Tate nt   WARNlN(i   .-md WATCHES.-C. E. YlKEll, B>)nd-street.-Under the patron; Ditiie of York.   This highly U' .       ________ at any time required, and to remind him of any number of ap-pohitineius lie may have to attend hi the coursexjf the day, it is iu-contCitiWy one of the mw-st convenient and useful object.i that can be desii:ed. Its construction is of the most siinple nature, ittioes not in the lea-it prevent.the well-gniug of the Watch, neither can it be'mismanaged^ thus offering .very desirable eoiiveni-jnce at a liEPEATiNG iNlvR, Manufacturer, l.',t. New inage of his Royal Highiiecs the -lul VVatch, to awaken tiiewe'arer of JlliADY MONEYT^TtlTe STRAND, CLO I'HES WAREHOU-SF:, No. ."wS, Strand, op|5ositeSomer,'5et House, by JOHN KKUiHT. Plain-Superlliie Coat J)itto pi:iine iiUie or Black ditto Toilenef, or Qnilting Waistcoats Kerseymere, or Cloth Pant.nlooils - Fashionable Wellington Trowsers Suit pf hatidsome:Livery -Su'rtout, double^millid, for Sprvants Box Coat, ditto, ditto, five Capes - the l;:^: ESiDENCE ami ESTATES?^;;?']! ora oi the 4 0 0 !7 1 1.1 2 0 4- 14 5 S .  II) ninderate expense.   As utilityis obvious, a:>d wi^l^S to 1/�'�""^'""^ ^^^'^'^' purpo.w. :'mbine every desirable rm;fe!??S��'^^^^^^ T.ondo": Libraries, i\-Iedicine..Ware- !'.-, il<�  -.r- of r"  "' post-paid, to Hawkes.nd Co, Land^!:?veyo;-s"^ duly answered. use.  Their Furiwture. price-s. constriicteil on a'principle affording many advanta.ijies: they pos-*. sess elegance in appeara;ice,'Connected v/it'h simplicity and utility; tliey ate more.commoiiious and less expensive than'th�se-now hi Tua;.- Magazine, contains a general assen�blage of cle.^-aiit Also the plain anU useful, of a secondary class, at low ARASCHINO DI ZAKAyZj^i.st imnartedl^ JOHNSOK'and JUSTIRINI,-Uqueur Merchants, a quantity of genuine Manlscliino di Zara.    " Liqueurs, &.c. Red-and White Noyani, and the most esteemed Marciui ,  Jjiqueurs CremadiRf^sa Dantzick Cberr-y Brandy DantzifTc (Toldon, Wasser Grenoble Cherry Brandy Ratafia d'A'brieOt que White, Pale, and Brown (ig-nac Brandy        ' ' � Also the following Genuine EUxii; Stomachique de Garrus, from Paris Eau de vie d'.^ndaye, or Bay- onne Brandy,    ' , . Kershen '\\ta9'er Superior >Iiik Punch Rum Shrub for making exquisite Punch AmteiMam Anisette ^�>, n, next boor ,o ttj Up,a Hoa.o, H�,,�rSL      " Dress,-is silk, muslin, fafe^ tiffany, cambric, &c. Also Scotr's NANKEEN DYE,-(liquid 'I'ltU'E ^>jUE), anu DU.RABLE INK, to^write on Linens, &c. that never- will discharge, with various other article.':, prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by G. SCOTT, Co our^iilynutact'urer to the Royal Family, No. 417, Slran^^, near Bedford-street. N.B. Asthefe are many countcrfeitii,be particular to' see they are fi-pni (417, Strand)._�__ ICKMANS' HLLS arfeaa ettcctual Cure for the Travel and STONE, Stoppageofl.'rine, Compbintsin the Back and Loins, Kidneys aiid Bladder, Lumbago, ifcc. Ol the various complaiut-i incident to the hunian frame, none more dreadful in their nature, nor more, alarming in their con.-srquences, than tke Gravel and Stone. These are coiupUihts to wlii;h.every person, even the most abstemin-us, is liable. Hickr man's Pills, composed of the niostinnocent.ingred;ents,havebee,n found of singular elScacy,-in not only strengthening the vessels containing the urine, but happily destroying tlie petrifying qualit) of it. from which pfbc'eed the above complaims, ^c. removing thecalculi.orgrittyjcoiltretions, and b'bnisiiiiig e-v-ery pernicioui tendency to these digtjrders. Sold at lUButler's Chemical, -Dnjg, and Patent JWedici Warehftu.?e^ 4, Cheapside, corner of St. Paul's Church-vaif Baxter, �"-�'�'' - Co. and tie ,SmTfh;Mand;r.*n,Vand ScJt\,idim;"'b^''R^^^^^^^ S M'l>opald, Glasgow-; Belum, Port"mou h". r   ''^ '''5 iJ,Ja B(�e�ji�t &. 9d. ani21s.ifach. of 3 3 ~ -1      -      - I . 5 . -5      -      - 4 . - -10 - - -!� . - -36 J,5r0      -     - 1,500 Blanks first Day ,O0nL oO.fWI.'h, the ,Sr�n..' =e^o,0(,'o' 10,000 5,050 2,000 1,030 1,000 - 210 10() 50 15 . -10 each are S'^KI 1 � 2,l(-(l 2, UK) 1 ,Gn.) 22,500 1.5.0!:!) =�150,1)! i)  ' makm:r * .    15,00 i Tickets. \ . Ihe First-drawn sb.OOOl. will Have 10 00m  m,,^^ drawii B.aiiks, the tiiird^l:; Go!d,mkUns �rfx, GUINE ASW^Jj'DfGunteu^^in fad�g x:�. King's Mevvs.cSnsSi'"'^' epaa.iU,-anU   

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