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Courier (Newspaper) - January 25, 1809, London, Middlesex N9, Taa-R. GOULD'S ACADKMY, at Weflinp, in J.tJl Kent; leu^iViIri f"*" l.iiniloli�y *nd CoA i'eialmrch.-rtrecl; ��U,U�Co.�Va..y. TAYLOR. Secretary. 'Porl'Pa Island Water Wo'rkK Oflfcc, �, BucklefAury, Ja^u-lO, 180:i. , , , "  , The SitHiw ar� UJJtfacli. I" In' p.iid liy Ini'talinr^ilsor "irt/: per Share,with aii liiti'iv.d of at 1t-aJt Ont- Moiitli Iip-�itwii the nayriirnl olVflcli liisialnieiit; l."i/. per SharV In lie �vHii ;a the lime or.suli!-i:ribUJK,lipiu�ni l)i-poHVof 5 per CeM. Snd the lir�t^i�nJl of 10 j�er Geiit. ou .-acb Share. Tiie Secretary ttu>''il^"i'> Oflicu from eleven till three 'inch day, triiere the Ke^bitlons aud every req^uired Infcr- y3 fce�lveVjmt�i^if1i5t�iid Secumi Qay* ofiJratviiM&tbe ifillAND STA^'IXiTT*;RV,"whicll Ucgiw oirtiie m of Jkeu-Xh ke�t> bWidpS Ibe ttqdLT-m�ntioiiea I'rizts: 6 10 n . 100 seaiatK. . '4 J>Tizes4if ^29.000 are ^SO.flCIO ^ ...^.., ..........6,00!.l ...........,." �00.'..... 5.UB0 IW......2.0v? Ml., tiue Numbers of which xicMfollowrr- \,m Tickets. . jS2Q0,00a U.\YS iJjUl to ld,59J: ti� 4.ti00 6,^ SiOOl 7,10.1 9,11)0 30,501 11,m 18501 to;6no fivltrj SlXONn DAY,. . Anotlier^rpr Gift or 3i);) \V Jiolf Tickrts , f.i> thciirsl-drawa Pri^e above I5{., the Numbers of which iiw aj folKw't- lim' to I3,I0a 15,001 to; 15,100 14,601 "to '1-J,(J0G lfr,301 til 16,B0U  - . J7;001 ^ to I?,10J Pickets jiaflvSllARRS are 'selling at every Licensed . : . Lottery bl|icc. IT is ^6 4iidtsjiu'abJi> rjial. the gojpS-al Carriage of .Boo&sWld;M5*t be "chgros'efl b'y an ludivnlnal, that anything KudXo^niVe it woul^ he superflnmrs. Vp m thid princiSple the C^bri.-ui AVa^on i*r�|Wioiors oDV/ them-(clmtogeBenalj-Hitice ; and iu.tbcrr ohjtTt iv the public �oi'(i,.they liopf^torrceiye Ihi" putilicVuppurt i they an- iK--.^nninrd to.heire^lar. pntlctiiitl, and careiul^ iIl-U ail dtr-, layaitdtHntit^of w ci'ii>r.-|ny iiifurrril niav' fie,'p'i-i*r �freiitcd. They ber.ii*ve. piost V.vprcifuJly i" iii'i^nii. the' 2'iihlic, thm tbeytove etifettli'-hi-d a eoiuVyaiire In 3nd fhiffl'tertdflfli" 0*f*rd, CheUenhaiii, Clouee^Ur. W.�r-icrtlcT, ftauibtabri;, Livr'rpuitl; Leed:-, liafilav, Saddle--wnrlli. ){adde|tfieId,^'Wakefirldv Sheffield, r.inninKhaui. ChntiT, Shrewi-burf, -Ludlow, and itll piirts of the Nnrtii nf Jiiigland�iid*buaBdx fur Ht^rcfordshire, Mniin.ouUishire, nUirar&6fi5ooth JValrt ao, Uailth, 3'ruartli, {.andorery, &c. &c. * Their Uindun Waegun (^ets out as under:- Vmu the ,C9Tn|iri.-in Warebntise, IJell' Inn. Sinithfield, liOndnn, tve'iy SaloMSily ntn'ruiii;;, and calls iu cd'mitig out anrigoiiigjnet theUolpliin, Oxford-street, y^itk.Jiuise lun..,.... Wofcesler, Tuesday Night. fBromyard, Wediieidayftlnrrting. Heretoid', ThiiV.-iIay Morning. Hay.',.,.. Tl.tir>dayNiKht. B'recoVi.... Sunday Kvening. > I Lniidovcry, Monday Morning. J L:ingadock,Monday N^ion. � 1_ Lauililo.. ..Tuei.lVay Morning. / -rueiday Noun, from wlicuccall �tSoiids lor liardtgiuishirev Prin^rolffshire, and (Tie South of irelandiwiHJ>eregblaily forftrardid.-The Waegonreturns:  f Camiarlhet^, Wcdnesd.i.y Koon. �f U-mdilo,.,.. ThursdayM'rtriiiiig, I t�iiiftftou>e, Abr�rga\eiMiy,:Tiic)HlaV >lvrn1wt artivrs at iJrec�n 'iuesday NigbtVnrom the C' AV:ih-hnu5f, Brecon-, ^ilurdiiy l^erg'tTeni�y, Smid.iv -Night c audnr-rlves at' ^(f'>m BHst*!, Batb, a'nd.lbe West of l-jjgVjniJ, will beregu-l4f4y fitr�Hiru�4 by the MAdr.raiukBoaltu Bristol, and frbin liiVni�by thcdi�ernitt;ii>M�rii>i I " �. B. TW'JJriBpHifiSh will not be hirf nunlnble for Plate� 'Vntirhe!'; 4ew*l$>>n^tlitgSi.Uhus4 Cliina, At. itnteSs ea-tercdasi�chsa^ ditH foVaccardinsly.  ' Aniettres'n-kt^ tA^WiiCenrrra, ddd^cfficiit9 Mr.-Da. vid Iters, lCf UALLlNGf}FFJpointmeatbeadtft|u;;tetniheiuoneyadvanced. Will Irave . HO objection to treat with any one inclined to retire, who holds' a respectable Situation In bis M.ijesty's 11 on>rhild.- The greiitfsf secrecy m.-^y be ileprniicd on.-Direct (pojt )i:ii'l) Id 1. J. K. New Kxchnnge l^olfee-bouse, Straitd. rpO MERCHANTS and T^VDESMEn!^ JL A young MAN havingbipcii in biiMness for himself, hut finding it nut answer t�� his wishes, wmild be glad to lake the inanngement of.iny'respertahle business or to act at Vfafe-houseniau ar Shopman,' Tbe most rj^sjiectable refererces .is to character, &c. and every exertion in his power hiH'be exeirH:i>edt6prAmDte Uie interest of his einployer.^Api' ordi�?ct,- p��trfr^,-t�� Xl^B. at M&. " ----- ^mmm^mm_,_._ ^"Ifitr^l*"*^ a HTtJATlON, as Lady's Maid, t�rt.-6vpA iTidN.ioS Lrfdy residing iintlie Cpuiflyy, Vor \vlio may l�e in the habit of iraVclUog. Tlie Advertiser hasn Kiiowledze of the Millinery Bdiiness, and can givcthc inert rcspectabU: References.-Letleta (post pnld)-�ddres9ed ni IC, L. at No. 8, Cr pidegnte-buUdiugs, Cripplcgale, will toduly altetuled to, ' ANTS a Siliiation as STEWARD and BAILl FK, to Superintend a large Farm, a Person between forty'nnd fifty years of age, who has been regularly bred up to!Agriculture "iir all its bnmclies, and a perfect LniMledge ktevei'y part of labour, writes a good Lhand, is master of accounts, and c.ingive.uadeniab!e reference ""Tiir sobriety and Industry, and sccnrity for honesty if lequir-eil-Has uo ohjcclion to any -part of Engbind, JreL-md, er Scotland, direct to William \\ Ikinsou, South Place, Boston, Liiiridii.'ib'if._�_ . . NEW bOND-STREE'r.--A-^HOUSE aiid SJIOP to LKT, with extciisivp.Premises, siln.ite in the most fjishioiLible part of New Buiid-�treet, suitable for a Bunker, Fitc-Ollice, Mercer, Draper, or any Business of rcsirecltilMlify where ronni is required : mu^isijn^ of two stairraaes, sixj;ttics,.fnur ronm> oji e.'icb Qvnr, two suparaie kilrheti;, w ith numerous couvenlerices.-For particulars apply to ftlr. Key, Upholder, No. 71, Lower Gnisvcmir-sircct._____ AJIOU.'SE to LEI* Unftiruishetl, on Lease, ) mt p'r.cet;ible rhautii'l through wholied, Ijeonid Kditiuu, price 'is. tid,  ICY'S POURIfXiE FOT; Willi the Duh \JC Cow Ro;i-4i-d Wiiole: an ICpic Poem, in Twe'nJy-li�c Books__Part I. Carefully com'cted .ind eul�lged by in::ijy new passiiiseb and ndilitional Notes. Loudon: Sold by B. Crosby auil Co.; and by Slatter and Munday, Oxford.___. : This day is published in ^mallSvo. prireiis. in bnunis, rpilE PHYSICIAN'S VADE-MECUM, con- , JL tiiiiiing 'the Syinptoms, Caiiles, Oiagiioiis, Prosinwis, and Treatment �-� forp CLnru'imHOO ttie tSth'instaiit. 'I'lieir Lordsliips were^fiicreil to be'sdiniBWJod.--Ad-juiirncil. -.j:.- 'house OF^eOMMONS.,. l^ONEY rca3 rncomes'arising from Fri>eh6ld, Copyhold, or I.easctmld E^tateii, iu I.und i�r llou.�e� Cheese of etitwj ^(�x^v^,t9k'd*Uv? Invaithtnlo MsJUajaly.s tic--�iiaW�gJit�n3^�tFftrt�mfth>ilOoviract-7na]f bt seen at the Sea-f ^" No r^Sniriichtdio ang Tender in Khich Oit price SbiU r...' � iHierUdiitKifd* athngth, nc-Utdt sA���o, (o^h. , liomcsteads, now in the u'ccup.ilfuii iif Messrs. Lawrence, Gilbert^ Maine, and Spires-, togctlrcr with the Advowsun of the Per'fietual Cnrticvof Burton Haslinx:afure�aiiK Also \Vill be SOLD by AUCTION, a\ the Bell Inn, ,it Halford Bridge, in the (Jounty of rtarwirk, on Fridav, Ihe 17th day of February next, at Five o'Cluck in the After-iii>on, ill One Lot, A Vabiableaud very Impniveab'c FREEHOLD ESTATE called UPTHROP MANOR FAR.M, siiualed iii Ihe Parish orAldennaston, In ihe^.Ctiunty �f Worcesieh, about five inileft from Sliinston-npoii-Stimr, S'i.Y from Stnilford-upun-AvAa, and 12 tVom Warwick, mnsisiing of .a substiintiiii built Farm-house, with suitable Outbuildings, aud 2.53 Statute At'rcs, ninrc or lessj of verv iuiprovwajile land, now III tbe occupation of Mr. \Vm. Pursct*, as tenant at will. To be viewed by applying to the resprctivn Tcnjints-, of wfaom printed paciiculars iu;iy be had, aitd a iUap of the Burton Hastings Esl.-ilesm.Tv be strcn^apil parliculnrs.haU ut. Mt* Tomliiunn's, the Bull Ifrad liiii, in Hinckley; also of Mr. Greening, Soliciiur, .\une,-lfon, and a Map of Uutbr4pe ibay be Seen, ahd particulars bad at Mr. Coxi-s, thie-BQtMnn, al >i�]Ainl-Printed parilirubirs of Ihe wlmtc mav als^i be had ofjhe Printers of the V,a|-witk,Uovantryi and Leicester Papers t and (It the Grecian Cciffee House in Liincfou.trAi)d for further infuht'Ktlion, applicatioii'i inay be in.idelfrj. C. Siill, �sq^; Eiist Kuoyle, near Salisbury, WilUj iic'to Mr, Bond,'tiiuid Sarvcyhr. A xminstcr, Devon. � { By Mr. COOK.-^On.Mo.VDAr, the 30th January, ']86h), un the PreraisiS, and.may be entered upon^iramediately,, The UNEXPIRED LEASE for (^tight Ymrs.frura 251h March, lS09)i nf that old esfabllsi)ed 'and well-knowH Itin, railed the SWAN, situaled at I'iaulev, iti'ibe Puitei-v, SluBok-dshire; with the WrmdAiid JS^irlt Vaolts, CDach.hl^u^e, Stnlfl^, Gardens, Ba�%g. srecn, aod bbool uineacre&wf MeadAw urjia^a(Cri.aDd7in fbe hn;hc!>t ctate �f culiivation, and neartoffleiiremises. Tbl'i House tas every .-iccommodation for Travellers, by VtWm it has beeaniucfa frequ^led for the I.T^t twenty yean ; and fcom its being iu the oentrt; of one iff tbe most papulous -fBabufisclarini: districts in the Kingdom, the Boiineu is daily increasing. Exiplusive of the ,i'dvanL-t);es slated as nu lou, there is a rcg�Kir and weir-estab)�faM eunneciioii for ibesale it Wih^ a(k!:^Spirits, wboksaleand retail; 4ind which is C8|^blc*pfi>eing considenibly extedricd. The whole will be jiiit up tngetjitr in one Lot,, or may 'bedivided, as nay suit the ciQiveuience of purchasers. Fiirther particulars nsiy ble ki}owii by appliratioa to JahMaje.a, jujt, Hanley, bltdTo^thirc, scfurcsud. SUPPLliiMENT TO THE LONDON GAZE'lTE, EXiilAORDINARr. Jc'miralfij.OSice, Jan. 21, IS09. \ Copv of r.ettcr from the lloiinnrable Mich.iel Ue Ci>Mrcy, ! Rear-Adininil of the White, to the Hon. William \VeII.:s-ley P�le,datcd on board his Majesty's ship Ihc Toimant, at Corqnna, the 17th andi&lb instant. . J.nmmry 17,1S09. - Sill-flaving itin f the .sick, the cavalry, and the stores, went on. The night of the IGth was app intcd for thegi'hcral embarkation "wf tht; jnfintry ; and, mean time, the enemy prop.irt'd for attack. At thrt'c p- III. an action commenrcd; the enemy, whicii had been pnsled on a iofly hill, endeavouring to fcrrce tbelJritislMjn aiiotiicr hll of iiircrtor height, and nearer the town. The enemy were driven bark with great slaughter; t)ut Very s-ghg.-d in tr.e balite of V'imier.i. which llu-circumsia^ice.of there being ho House yesterday prevcnleil hmi from submitting, piir-u-jnt to his original notice, renev\ed bis oalice for t�-m'!rrow, aiid,. as. we coUectcdyrie '^""^ ' ' " ' Urihesiihie time, tookorta'sjiiifto state itmi it-wjishi- i:iCen' tlbn to explain the nature .4" ihe; roeasare-ivhich he liatJ ti� propose, for augmenting the r.'j^ilar army ; afier which he liibled he should uhtaiii leave lo'bring in tue Bill, wUeo it 'would be read ,a tir.-t time .-i:id printed, anrt ordered for a. seconil reading-on-some convenient day, allowing ficiitte-nicn a siitiictenc oppuriunity tn become'acquaiutcil with it, provisions, CINTRA CONVENTION. Lord HENRY PETTY guve iioticp, thit, in the evi'iit of (h-t Papei^ relative to the Convention in Portugal l>eii:g. laid before the lljiuse in a day "r two, he should oii this day fortnight submit a Mntion to ibe IJou-e upon llich iippoiniment of a n:ilnre to vacate ihe Seal of a .vlem^er of thill Hoit^c, he sh^iuld submit a mnli-m tn ine Hnuseupon (ho i*i�jeit, il/be should find that his informaiiiffi w.-js rorrect. ^The CHANCELLOR of the. E.\CHJ-:iiU KR w:u not aware that nny such appoiotroem nf that alluded to had even take.n wi�* in Cdnlemplntinii^. li'ul'iC.tlic Noble Lord^ would ivaittill his Rij;hl Hon. FrieiHl. lo whose di'p.irtin.'nt Ihe .nppointmcHl n'ore particnlarly h-.lon'^eil. wai present, he wascnnlident he would obtain the' n'iu>rsalist'jctary infurma-tiun upon the SMlnecl. LORDS CO.MMISSIONERS SPEECH. Tt wa� ordered,on tlie Muiiun^of'tlie t?iat. cr number of the Gentlemen, who sat on their side of the House, than he meant to propose of those who >at on his side. It was tkc uniform practice, in appointing Committees of this nature, to secure fnlargc�l discussion, by pracur. ing persons of difltrent views, in order jthat the suggestion of these diflerent views, by indtv^. dual members, might lead fo more enlignteued decisions in-the deliberations of (he collective bp* (ly. In attending to t.His object, and reducing flie number of Members of the Commijtee, he tvas aware of the inviduous task he had to perfo/m, la making a selection from the lV|embers of the Committee. Nothing could be more unpleasant than the discussion of individual qualifications, for the performance of such a would belong to � Member of such a Comtniltee. Xhai waa ;