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Courier (Newspaper) - January 21, 1809, London, Middlesex � ivr^'.4,282. SATURDAY, fka::t,', ill St. Ann s Chur^il, Hitiw. ;jflMii>t.~-t*r.iyc.tsttr6if^ at I-,U'�cri o'clock. . " 1..T a CJcD^-ral Mceliny of thu lll'X"I'Il''Vi V(; 74at all (-fiski-siiall btf4miHeardj;ttl;irchante of when Fpnt ,^t,a"d 'W !ill-'��iU�Ci>be luaJif f>�r IfM- wum' till tli.-v are re-j^lj r lHnii;il awl nro;ivc4 bact irile deW�d ju-lheirac-?8SUi�tecof.ll�.UK.t;KRY,' 1)11 .Moiid^iv, JaiiHiirv .'JO- Mli. JKSSK FOOT will foinnu'ncir a Course, oi' Twcniy UXTUmCS, oti tin-'nu-orvaiiJ Cnr-of tiiii t iiiiprrtil Disf.i-i'.aiii on OijCifi-s of t*!  Urik, tl nuglioiit llnr Yi;nr, at Hiium-, JO, Otfaii-jircct, S .Ho, wlicrea S_\l-liil�ii-i liiiiv In:- lind. WHIG CLUIi.-Tlio nf'.Kt Meeting of the Wilis C!ul> will h|rsgatt!->trfct. . Hii Gnicc tiie Ouki- ..f NOilFOI.K, in the Cbair. STliWAUDS. The Earl-of Albeniarle, | H. C. Combe, E�q. M.P. Lord Kiii|{, Lord Aliltuu, M. P. \V.A.Mad...-ks, hsq. Al.P. W. J. Ot-iii>oii, Esq. Uinnfr on table Kive o'rlock. It. W. (JLAItKSO.V, Src. ^.id.-v.u.'Vlocll,�iid those AK'iiib.-rs camiot: t at- '!^i^t^^'wul.=u�l-K-ri�i.K. .All .S^iemilic M^.i of r.r�,);t*l 'UWi S-b-cribcis as bav.- aoi yrt ^e^uthe l-x,.e-Sa^iU m.-.J card. ..f admission h-r another .lay ot ten, oj=^ o ^'ijisoK, li.voiitor and Palciitee. j'U IvPA R .\ rOU Y I .\ ST I rt' 4" lO .V FORTHi: ROYAI. MIUTARV COLMvOE. THl'M.'arrnis of Gtilritii>ii for the prr-vious Edu-c�iiimiir.'i�ch(>eiulemcii lias been formed in �!ic vieinlly rijifii)li>.s of a l"l:i,7suvil WoCTfi'm, llif Sluily of the Modern Uiii;;ii;i^^ef, and the Kle-�enl�"fj>iich hranclifsof Sfieijrf iis Jire seiii'rally considered � tibc nm.'t if-ciitial in the Mfli'lary Thf Mtablishniciit is c�>n.lut iinjiMved: i�rt#r'ijleufiittehiiitdreda(7cs,,iitay be jierfrctly nnwatered; aMS-venil pits liarinsbern ulivai1y>'4>>i"'iis, acd brii^ii^ with tiieni cood ebararleri f'flkill, huiie�iv nnd.jubiiety,. wilt reeci'e i liiiiedi.ite eni-ftaynirut fnim'tbe MaiEi^er A the tliid' Colliery ; who luns al-wrtv, under hisdirectious npwanU of one hun ':red Collier', iil^haud Scotch, as weR iu Irish, for whom, as well as forlieiiewcomer^. coui^wtableaccminodatioiis have been pmrided, in a village built/or that puriiose, adjoining the Colliery. : AUhV^gh -the Court of Directors o.f the said Company .tave, by a former advertisemtint, declared themselves . re.M}y to receive profosils for jeiliiis >aid "C-dliery, and are�(iltdi>p4ed (o enter into wgociuiioii with co.upelent persniis for that purpose^ the Workjng Colliers nii�y be a�-Mredllial, io allsuch nej-ociatiops, due car.* will be lakrn, futile fulliloieul of all eu;agenien!s, mav be ni-ide w iiii linn by the present .Maa.uer of the OdlierV: and that no wi-Jibelwved Collier shall be put out of enr[*lo)nie!it. or rented fr.iialiij ul;ice of residence, in comei;uence of such Kttll^. There is nndanjCfr if moV^ Collicrsjhaii thejthovc 'P.'J'5"d number should apply f'>r eiindoxnieni, that they �m be di>appointed. either *in r. sprci to .coiployment or Tk?"'-''''"""'*' ^*h>reisx to:isiant for the coal, "wpiisnioiiih.a-soonasjrai-ed: aid fhv ?aid Conipaiiy afejKwrtsrd of other adjoii.liij; Cidlierier, no* nearly ready �"'"^Tkliis-and have created iither exteiijive markets, for uesaleof ti.c the rstiiblisiininil of two ci>niider,able J^fW., furfaciliialingthe e.\ieii�ioa of ihe Coal-Tr.ide- "" Ihetcr.iiinalirtirof fbe Canal at .^thvs and another at Uwlpwt), iiiihe County ��f Kildarc. bein>; the point of pa"i|iD.ibcLrvrti the �cvenil brsiiiflieto/ i^ad Canal from uietily .ifDiiiiii,, i,ufie"Ri�.isSh;uinnjianil Harrow, iwnv Wm|ili'tHv ijavi-abJc m the crson but Iho drtwer, 'It i* hoped, �vUiWvl�i'-4t:Ltnch of ilie ppife's-si.m.-i{espeel:i!>!e ivfeienecs as to .-haiailor awd aliililies will lie required.-\i)j)lv to .Mr. Tunier, Station-r. Chancery-lane, wlii-re may be a Ciiaipieie Slieci Li^^ of the n.-'w Stamp Duties.__ _ WANTS a SiUia-iun n.s" STiCWARO and BMLIKK, to .Su;ill-bnilt IJriek IIOU.S?;, situate at .N'u\vin.Ltim (irecn. It has 1-itely undergone a tiioro^ish lep-iir, and li.i.> been for many ye.irs in till! occairili'.ia of a fieiitleuiau in tlie above li.e.-Apply: .N'o. .S'liiiiiampt'in-.-lrei-i, .Strain!. No. If). ilKiH-sriiKET, .M.\n yi.i;ii. Mo-.dav, Wednesd.iy, and l'"ri>lav I'^veniiic? ; JVlatlit-matic.- iVmu 1 til 2, Perspective fro.ii 'J lill 3, {ieo;rai>hv froni H till 1, Tnesd.ay, Thnrsilay, and .Saturday .Vlbrniiigs.-Mr. J. gives Private Lessuns athonitor abroad. �.V. !J. For further parlirul-irs apply .'is ab-ivr: AilOUCIfLANDAU.-To be SOLD, an exceeding K.iod BARUUCIIE LA.N.OAU, lliat has been aseil lint a'vejy short time, built by one -if ilii: most eminent Makers in Town, is in cvirellerit ertfi-lidon, andfor I'.'iinrdiati! U5i;.-Enquire al Mr. Windus's, Baker, in Swallow-sireet. . VICTOALLlNGiOFFICE, .Tan:-16^ 1809. ''JIJIE Cummissioncrs fur Fidiialling Uis- Ma. v. i>Kon.L-. lu.tucxM.ui II iioic iiicai, om naij mtTtuf lit b: dclii'trf-tl in a fortnight:, ami the remainder in e fvrtirij/U Afie.-aflrih, ia'o liis M:ijeil/s yiciua'Mn^ itlurts nt Ueptfmd ; itHil to be paid J'iir hi) liiLi,itatjab\,KiUi Jnlereit, ninc!^ ditys u/ltr ttatc Ti.-v CundUiotts of t/ti Contract may be seen nt theStcre-taru's 0;lirt. � 'N. B.'No Tender will he admitted fjr a less quantity th.ln Oiii! Thousand lia^s. So re, ',VorlliumlM'.'-laiid-.-treet, Chiirin^-cioss; or personal application between the Hours of One and I'jBir- >i. IJ. No IJroker need ipjiply. . imcrick and Water-ite in the centre of liy Ofiler, � . DANtKL BAGOT, SiC. A'Nn-;Thousand Fivh tlundrod . ^, , I* fi'ven on the First artl Secoid of .J'RA.NUSrATK LOTTERY, which begins i *faiJ..\cxi, besides the under-iueniioued Pri . , , SCIIEMK. I.........;.ltUH�____,.�(UW . I.....�.....5,aU..-.-.MO0f^ ....... 2.01)0 "..... alK...... 3.^00 i ICKKTS will of Hniwiog the on the lith uf 'rizes: DAYS op : -^.......S^'Kin I 15.... ;2.;Ui =�2ft)itXW DRAWING. Wcidnesdayj .^pril 12 Frid.ny..... -April'il Thnrfday-..' .'Vprll '_'7 1 .'^ajurda.r.... April 29 Tickets. ^-,'I1'e.Crint#aWnir^ kite Pernn-iion'bf'tlie V.rtrds of the "l.'?^"?-"'' ��''"'�� PREKtRin: cif l.'iOO WholeTickel�n ."�AfliiUuolaiUe Prj/i-sbi the Scheuie :; , . . . FIRST n,\\', . .8,^ ^ AFrec will be rec.-ivi d every day till three o'eiork, :i:i!>t'pnjd) iinmetiiately answered. WANTED t.. Ilrnt f(.r~C(.'PKRF.LUOtn HAIRS from Iht; Face, .Neck, Arms, .iiid for improving- the (^omplexinij.- .Amiilst that'dreaofnleaiifiisioiiiii Iheiilnram, niiil anhrngthe U'oincn. occasioned by ihe ni.a.^>ici3: .(�f the iiufortunsite Se-. OFFICE OF ORD.VANCi;, Jan. G. 1809. ^IlIIE Pnncrpnl Ojjkcrs oj /w> iliyesly's Onl. JL nance do hcrclij ^iVi- '.\oli:c, that I'ruposaU kIU be iv-ceioedjU their Oj,'ice\ m P.ill .\iall, on ar Injure \Ve Work fniliiii I'rjjfisal can tie udmitltd :ifl,T Ifie said "^ith daij of Jiiwuivi, al J'lC-lve c'Clork iit Mun'n vi'the .same dai), ueilher trill umj Tender be mitirei!' the i'aily making it, or an j1;^cn> mi his hchalf, shall uiieiul. By Older of the Board, __R. H. CREW, Serrrlary. O.N'EY.-^Wanted lo invest several Sums of eoiisidenible itmomit in the purchase of well-segured .Annuities or Reversions, i'ersons of r.ank and pmpertv desirous of immediate and exle.:isi�c .advances will be treated with on terms "V iTie stricle.^t honor, and great advalilaije.- !N'o objection to Irish Sectiriiy -.Apply personally, fiom eleven 1:11 four, or by letter, toAir. Bertoi'i, Ko, 10, Loicestcr-place, L-iccstrr-s'qnare. SALi-.S 15V AUCTION. PICTURES, MlNlA'iURES, BOOKS, CABINETS, PLATE. CHINA, WINES, CARRIAGE^, LEASE, &c. Uussell--quare.-By Mr. WHlllX on the Premises, on iMond.ay next, the'ijd inst. and following days, by at-derof Ihe'l'.vecutors, ra^UlK valHuble El'Fl'CT.-; and LEASE of fhc J. elegant HOUSE, No. il. South Siile of Russell-square, late the liesidence of Sir George Panncefole, dece.ised ; comprisiag the moilern nnd execellenl furniture, hook cases, a state bed, &c. in hue necille-work, fashionable plate, golil watch, diamond br'iach, capital clocks. Coins, a oiano-forle, with additional koss, :i patent b"-liar.el drion and Uas^eolel organ, by Clementi .Tiid (;.; a w.anlrobe of tableand bfti-linen, iacltnliiig 17 pierrs of homespun linen; nines; a fashionable land.iiiletand liai":ess; ornamental tifure's .and Jars of the line old Jap.iti porcelain; scarce prints, fr.'inied bronzes. &c.: a collection of pictures by \';uv.lyek.Riib.'i;s, Murillio. Parmegiano, L.Carrarci, Bar-r.iceio, t5cr;:lie;j,05lade, Vernef, V:indervelile, Saldillevcii, i;i-hcinier, &c.: bc.a-ilirul rare minaturcs by Cooper, Sir Peter Lely, and P.-titot: matchless cabinets of the rare old Japan, t'.rloise-^!lell, and ebony, ailamed with massive silver; the valntible library, C:inipjefie:idiiig a select collection of about lil)',) vuluuies, amongst whica are many scare-' bonks, the original .MSS. of Royal Letters of Clinrll-s I. and II. I'rmie llopi-rl, ite. and other curious and nnie.ue articii-r.. which were the projitMty of Pii'jce Rupi-rt, the ancestor ot' Ihe late'p:!ssi*ss>�r. iS:e. 'The Houssand Ellerts lo be viewed 3d:iys'jirPueriiFgihc lale, wheoca!alof:uei(at is. c.-i�!i, to be returac.i to (iiirrliasers, anil with .ut which ii.i per.-oii can be .admitted) be had on the premises; al c;rrrav\ay's; and of Air. h.tC-, Siorey's Ga'e, Great Georg-j-j:rect', Westminster. Elegant LI'.AriEHOLI) RESIIJENCE with sp;ici.>us OF-l-'li;i-.S, Cii-irter-htuis-.-squiire.-l;. xies^-rs. WIN.STA.N-Li.Yan.l SO.S, al (iaria�a\'s CuUce-hoiise, Cornhiil, b-.I Tut:-�!).\V, Jan. 'il, at twelve, Vl-'.RY compact and eKCi-edingly well-fitfcJ Leasehold Re,-id'-nee, w-ith jiardeii an.l oll-ces (opening into Long-lane), mosi d-sir;ibly siiu ite, .No. 3."), on lin-soiiih side of Charlcr-h.!ii3r-.(|ii.ire. The preiais-.'s have reeently nndergi'm- a most sniislantial and uriianieiilal repair, are tit for tin- iiiiiii.-diateri-cepiion of a genteelifamily, particularly calculaieil for.;. Prof, ssioii.-jl or (Medical The Ilnu-e Contains haiidsoaic diiiiii;; and ilraviing-rooin, live bed chaniheni, i'.ressing rooms, excellent kitcben, wa^h-house, builcr's-vo J.ii, ^lo^e-roo!ll, larder, and vooniy cellariige, held tor:)i vearf ."it a low rem. Tobeviewe.l ftrtiveen the honrsof twelve ami three, by tickets nnlv, which, wHn p.irticulars, in.iy be bid o'f Mes>^rs. Wi'nsjinley au.l Son, P.iteriiosti'j--rJW ; particulars also at Garraw.iys.; '___� NAVAL OAlvatid OTHER Tlvl HER T;ii;i.S, Flarl�t,v of imprtulj�Kvi l>adlei-are ri-ijnr-ted to oh^rvPi that enci>.bMti.bin(ett Wilh.llie Englislt Un psag.', h:i,s ap.point.-il'.\reisr;,8.haw and Edwards, St. Paori t hr.rcU-y.'ird ; bv wb.-m Ladies may i'eji'''id "p'-n being st^j-pl.ed with the depilatory gcniiini!. 'Orders (post paid) io-i-ln'ifi* t!ie .afiiinuit f.T a single b.^lllej or larger ijuaiUily, mU be puiRliialSv �(Xec:itcil. Ac AlMiteqieut of iJi iii Si-t IJ'�Iilef Sir Tho ;;ai! Crawley IJoevey, Bart, in the loilowiiig Lots. The Oak and Beech Trees ar-mnsily of very large (linteibioiis, tit for .Nav.i'l piiip-Jscs, and within about three miies of tiie River Sevein. Lot 1. Three Hundred 0;ik frees, now -tarding in a certain pairt of the Abbotts V.'oods, adjoining lUe of i>e:ui,called Sneed's SVood, iiuinl>ere.> wiili ml paint t'niin one t, Three Huiidt-ed nnd l-ifty Qak TK-es, now standing ibcertain parts Hf ihc Andiots Woodsi c.-itled Loug-gr.ea Coppice,'ll/ifti, Liniiig.-trs, .-uiJ Brinei.c-j^ l-'arms, iiuni-bcrcd with reli jiait.t, from one t-i liy inclusive; also 15 Elm '1 rees, tliree Ash Tr.-es, and nvo Beech Irees, on the Stime, numbered �lHA.Sij -fO biXIil HOUSES OF PAR-LIAJIE-N'T. Xo. 1.-Letter from Cdant Nicn6i..tS db RoM.VKiorF t'L their Pienipoteil. tial-ies. Wjth respect to ihe bases of the iicgoci. ation, their Altth'Sties are disposed to adopt those formerly proposed ')y England herself; namely, the ttli possideti.1, and any oth-r basis founded upon justiccj and the reciprocity and equality which otight lo prevail between all great nations. I have the honour to bfj with the highest consi* deratiort. (Signed) CatjirAa.VY. Ilis ExciiUency Mr. Canning, &Ci No. IV.-The inclosure No. IV. is Tcrba'jm , fhe same as No. If. (he joint Leifcrof ALE.t.\x. and NAPOLEojf,cxceptihat this Letter, wh:ch is transniitied I)y the French Minister, is s!.{ned N.irof.Eo.-v-j\i.t:.xA.vnEii. -In the oa�i L>.-lti'r� Ar.E.^.^NDEii signedFirstj in ;:ie other N.tPol.E0.v, No. V.-Letter from .Mr. Secretary ("annisc fn the Rits-siaa .Ambajs.tdor, al Paris, dated'Foreigp Ol&ei;, octiniCr 2i, iSOS. TIUNELATtON. Sib-At tiis desire of C;ount .Mc^das de Ronwnie^ift 1 I^ave the linniinr t(� acknowledge to yoer !-.jice!lericy the- r. ceipt of the b-ler which Count RnmuNzofT li%.s.beeitpltaccd to write to me from l-rfiirih, dated tb.- si. I[li Septembi-i- (!5ih { Ociohijf), as xveil its of the Letter amu-xed to iffcjiddfessed to lhelCJ!ii;m\ iiiaster. I sHiiit lose notimc'loHlynig-^htse two i Letter, before Majesiy,3nd >� ir JDshitttogtipijpHjvcn be paiil irnoi.-.lia'1-lv '>n the piirrb.i c of each lot, -\ib;i'rt a'.s.j lo suA fthif.cbniitinn* :i� �ill be . f rfj'e. your i-.�c�lU-i:cy by aii J^iigiish courier. 1 have ibeTiononr'to lie, &C, , (Signcdl GEORGE CA^'NlAa produced att'i-p tia.e t To his Etcellejicv tJie'Riitiaa A�bass;j|iir, " ^ i .&c, &c &c. Parii. T-. . ;