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Courier (Newspaper) - October 27, 1809, London, Middlesex FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1809.  SIXPENCE-HALFPENNY; 3S0^0l>-MISTRESSES.-To be Solp, a iltby nod deifrable Sflitiittoa rof'al.-trge.iod resiirct-UKAftVi wilhitf a-few miles Qf Hyde ParKCor-..^�jiiireof.Mr- Hotlgson, Statiujier, Great Marjbone-. SciTION-^DNIVfiRSlTY of St. AN- '^jlfyfS.-i.lJlie.Rw. -JAMES HUNTliRL. L. I>. mgt iXi^tv: aid Rbi>.toric,in this Univenity, w he has ^fBrnctlce'nfrbcelvingn-fewjouns Men as Board-. ^'U*mei:ij at preijeot room for two more, ^^vfdioary braocfies of leamirii;, including (icvtin,' Prenebi Matbsiwlics, LAgic.^tbics, Noturul i'hi.ho-Tiud tOMM'y* ^ taught by eminent Pr^ifesjors in .1 ��rieMa'f'''o'o No'ember liU M:iy. V?f>u�enity have access to � great . _ ifKbinihe place a respectable cou-l$ai�itb the CbarcH bf Jvnglund, ander _..&r that Church. ^ Mr. lluuterV I'apiU :)|iiH''him dA^ini; the vacation or not, as ,. ilii Terms. .11 hich will vary from one ....J'powiftfajfear.'acwraing to the ofeof the tiie ecteqtp^the sccpnunodatiHn rcqnired, may be ingwilhiuiy. otherpiriiculars, addressed tu him M;IIT iNCTI'T.U'flON^, spfdaliycm. FbyActafiteliaiBenttf�rtho INSl/ft/t.VCK " Mie Graat sod Purchase of ANNUlTI.i:S, ,8tmiA>iidiidan. ^ TiCBiPRB'SlUBSTS, ' .....VIsciiunt Cbetwynd, Vt�roant Daocnonon, Lord Bra>braok�. TRtJSTBES, William Praed, Esq. M. P. Scrope Bern.-ird, l.sq. M. 1* of Salisbury; li.G lUttley, JH^^trqui* of Gackinshaoi: IiiidtMbrooke, �"�'WdWPStfiibing principle of Ibis Ins^titution is, fhnt IVr-bntafaRftareentitled t&share BroTits equnllv with the ori-^^8Bl�jibfr�,.afrer the-Kxpenccsof aneconomiral Mii-SLmg(�t4redcrr;ived,m'wbich the rrnideiits. DinTion, KjA Wlii the division of roiilinprnt pmCts, c�ery Menifier WMjmH^faWnl vuliie possible furliis payiitents, without being ^�jShlfctn calls n;)an any Insscii, :is the sole rcsponsibilitv i-^�liidertakes by on exn'nsWe AssociiUitin of Nnblemea .-uid ^�CentttniMt^'i'''"'^* snbsrribed aitemple Capital, to gua-Stntee the rh^{c illed iti'o actual si-rvice. v 5* AiMlfiiiou Fei-s are required, iior is any charge made KfftiaaTtap'fn\tttK^ in all the prinr^ial Citit>s and Ti�wns ijai�0re8t BriiiiiJ, �vh� are aUo Aseiib tj l!ie Cou-ity I'lre oAltAomitA on >iintl:ir prnViplfs. .1. T. BARHi:rt,M;in-.?ii.; nircrfir. MADAME LANCUESTER has the honour to inform the Nobility, Gentry and Public at large, that she. I^'is just completed on elegant Assiirtment of WINTER K.\SinQNS,>viiich 'Kill be ready for their Inspeciionoh WRu.\Esi>Ay,'the l?t of November. Tiie remaining part of the Sunivier aqd Autmua FashioJis will be phiced ia the lowri" apartnfepts, to be |li8pa8. at Mr. Onnks's, No. lU, Tabernacre-squure, OlJ-slreet Raid, London, will be imnwdiaiely aiiswereJ. Hlicient Land adjoining for the purposes of a Mill -T�-t.nty Thousand Pounds, . i,TJL at 8per ceil), on I'reehnld, Lf.afch4)UI or topyhiild &tat�g,-Mone5 in the rund^i Clergymen's Living", .Mariiage JS^tHfiwnls,.Widows ihiinlirres, Grunts fnun the Lro�vn, &c. .-:-Persopal applica|i>�os, -froiu-twelve o'oiock Ifl-lliree, on M'ei-srs. Stirrley and Co. No. S7,.-Clip3lone-Etreet, P.irlland--X^ostvpsM} frpip tiiwij^r coBiitiy i6Y\^Ci)Li.i:Gi-. oii- suR(;i:oNs in iri,l.'vm>. Ij^E Schools of Anatomy and Surgery, �:c. niUopen at the Theatre, Stephens Green, on Mon-SeSOlnof October next,stone o\l.>ck, whcnihe An-rses of Lrctures will commence, inder the dinclinn'^ il^flf Examineri, by the following ProfeKSOrs : vBiid Physiology......Mes�n. IJesisc and ("oUe=. ^vBiid Practice or Surgery do. do. . . tfer>'.................Mr. Crrighlon. Biq|iriil Plianuacy .......... iMr. Garnrti. JSmy.....................IJf- Wadr. ; .>8^i*�ftand a8�i>tanj/Surgeoni l^keArmyand J*a�y, who may attend witttjiTt an) e.v- il Anatomy,as sytrsUj under the airectioii of Mtorj. (aiA Collr.. Vt itn) are.'Maiiu'fuclure'd'the fojlowing-ariirl's : ^i>rRuftanCiirriageiSteps, Which a^-by tne "Oi'of Jhe doiir;"JPntebt gun-locks J Patent Nep'us iJ�rk.Srrew?,- Patent'Nun-Conrt't llearlh Bm^hes; ii;S.n'.rd,(aiie5; Telcscoper/'o.utin;; I'orks, lironz.l H?r JTpkfhs *c. Tarlety.of PI 1 ted Articles on t_^1l:(pinicalifack^aininon Botes. Royal ,>Pa�"nl Veiitilators for Carra{es : .lewrllery e'icripti.e. The I'atect^d Ub:tumUnibrella,and Parasol faf Slretchersi '�^W STRAWBERRIES -md CURRA.NTS WO enormotis yrilA\V U EllU I liS, rafaed ;-froai seed, one is ioilV white, ami often'rcarly-four the other full r&d,anha�e:eaij^d:�D�t,tbe said Mills aijiektensive ^Jn2^^JS^^-?aC?ral�rtlcteofcbra ^i^�f:ni��w;3Np. aprf iit���r osed for'buildings, itoT^^lcfrtarljr tbalof coAl�),.can be af-a��*e�5j|oJd:atB mdi:h lower pii^e than at jere.\he LoclttllBes'and Freight cxceed.thpseoi> .JHil^,;the^i5^fcrr-site the Adelplii. .....Ream. Qnif. I Ream. 19 0 Thin gill.....I 2 I 21 0 2.1 0 Thirk gill____I 6|2j 0 2j 0 l.nig.- tnin gill 1 9 | 'ij 0 99 0 l.a'gethicl(gilti 0 | .)2 0 Qiiire. Thick.......I 0 Thick suiK-r 1 4 Lnr^e thin . .1 4 Ijira' thick I 6 Ail kinds of Papers of the best nianu'aciores, .Staliui.eiy, and all kin '.s of .Almanacks, eqnnll)- modenle. This day is published, in 1 vol.-llo priee i/. Js. in hw.tlds, derav paper. 3/ Ss. l.-irs' V'-'j'"'', ACOMPLETE COLLKCnoX of TABLES for NAVKMTION and NAUIICAL ASI'RO.NO-MY; wilh simple, cniicsi', and accurate meth'uls for all the calculations us>-ful at sea ; |m:ticul.irly for dednring the Longitude from lunar di>taiice9, and tlie Latitude from two Altitudes of the Suu, and the interval of time bctiieeutlie observations. By JOSEPH I)F. MKNDOZA RIGS, Fsq. F.R.S. Second Edition, impr-ved. S.ild bj[ niark, Parry, and Kings'.iury, Leadenhall-street. ' L.'V" I^Ili;stA'Kb'P.\~NO'LA.--lne Second hdiiiou. Till' d:iv is piiiiliiheii. in I'imo. price 5s. lid. boards. LA FLOnivSrA KSPANOLA; or Seh-ct Pas. sages in Prose ; extracted from llie most ceiehr.iied Sp ini'h Authors. Towhicli.are prelixcd, Ob-rrvations mu tne,0rigin, Progri"!T-, and Di'cline.of'.-raiure in Spain. Lfii^ilon, primed for T. Boosey,4,Old Broa-l street. Kxclumge; W. Berry, Mioburgh; and W.igau and Co. Dublin. Where may be had, Newman's Spani-h and Engli-h fticlinnnry, Svn. bound, price U. Is. Also, the same abridged, 111 sqii.ire l'/ni>>. price J0-. (id.-Cornell J's English Grammar for Spaniards, n.- (iil Hla'',4 vols. M-Goiwla de Cordwr.i, 2 vols. 8s-I'ab.o ct Virginia,4s. fid.-Uun Quixotic, \L Is.-MoveJas de Flo-rian, 4s^__ This day are published, in 1 vol. Kwo. price 7s iu boanls PRINCIPLES of DESIGN in AllCIIlTEC-TURE. trated ill Observnlioni on Huildiiigs primeval, Egyptian, PiKenrciaiii or, Grecian, Roma, Gutliic or corrupt Roman, Arabian or Saracenic, old I'.uglisli Ef-� clesiastical, old English Military and Domes'ic, levived Roman, revived Grecian, fliiiiese, Indian, m,>Jern anglo-g.-thic, and modern English Uoniestic. In -4 Sent s of Letters to a Friend. Printed for T. Cadelt and. W. Ortvie^, Strand. This day published, in t�-0 volumes fivo. .price \l. Js. in bils. EU.EMENTS of MINEaALO(i Y.-By RICH. 4 ARI) hlRWAN. Esq. Presideui .f the Itoy^ii Jriih Academy, F.R.S. L. and Iv &c.&c. Tlie Third Ed:iion. London: printed for.I. Miicki:ilay, 87, Slr.uid ; of whum mavbe had the following Wor�>. b> the same Auiliur, The Elements of Logick, 2 vols. 8v". I Is. boards. Melaphjsical EsB.i>, Svo. I'Js. boards. Tbitday are p iblished, in Two Vols. Svo. price 2i>. hoards. * XHARACTEIIS of the lal� CIlAHLES James F0.\; sclrcted, and in part wniieii. By PHILOPATUIS VAKVICENSIS. With Notes li* the Editor. Printed for J. .Maumann, tl, Ponltrv. ELEGANT EXTRACTS. This day Jire published, a new Edition, elegantly printed in one veiv large volume, r(�\al octavo, prire %)-, and Jones, and Uilsonnnd Son. York. Of whom may be had, 1. Elegant Extracts in Proses being similar in design to ElcKant Extracts in Poetry. A new edition, in one very large volumot of less than flue hunitrfdeach great tale; Io be deliat,cd by the JO h of Jp il, 1810, in'jiiual iii'inlhiy pr-porli::n^, into his M njesf 11's fietiialVn^ Stores at Deptford ; mikI In be p^id for by Uills payable with DUenst ninety dtty after date. The C�nd'.ii'ont u> the Canlract may be teen at the Stcfi-tarv's (iiiiie. So lender far a le.oii'>r Persons \vlio may furnish the articles, and paviaout Io he mad  �m proiUcIioii of the billof lading regularly M)jned by the Ahister. .MACDIARMJDS CIVIL and MILITARY SUIU)ll-DI.N.^TION.-Thisday was puUlisiied, a ne-v Editian, prire Lis. fid. A N INQUIRY into the PiUNCIPLES of CI- J\ VILa-id MILll'ARV SU 110 U 1)1 .\ A I'Ul.V. Trslimonies in Favour of the furincr Editions of this WurV. " We have pentsrd llie work before us wilh astrone of the (sileiils which the author ha? displ lyed, anil of the m.'lives by which lie appears to be aclu:iieJ. His si^li- 'is clear aud iinpressr>-e,and nis senliuvnts in the main are just." " Brillsll Critic, August,. 1607. " In prosecuting these enquiric.-, the penetration, the patient inv^stif;atioll, jiiid llie power* of a.uilvsis whicli Air. Macdinrmid d;spla\s, appe;ir- ti> considerafile advantage ; and we are of opinion thai iiis laliMurs de^e^ve the notice of lhol the History of Can.'d Navigation is still continued to the present era."-Crit. Review, Aug. Ifittt. " The work is divided into sections, of which the sit first give an htiiorical arcoiint of .-uicientaiid foreign Cancni-land, and Ireland, prire ' complete in boanls. or 1 he Dicliimary do.-.e up iviihoui the Map-', price boarJs, or Slls. C'lnured, ATOPOGRAPUICAL DICTIOxNARY of the UNiri'.t) Kl.N(ilK).\l, compiled from Parliamentary, Gavefninenl, a-id other authentic MiHlem Docu^menls iuid .Authorities (each oKuhicli areanm-Xfd lo the re-jicctuearticles or partiriil .rly describi-d in the preface), .and containing Accounts of every County, HModri-d, City, Borough, Market Town, Parish, Town�hip, Hamlet, Tylhipg, River; Canal, Cape, Mou-itain, Bay, lla'binjr. Ruin, (rciitleman's Se.->t, and other remarkable obj-ct^ or pl.ices in hngland^ Wales, Scoland, Ireliuid, ann lue various sniall islands dependant oil tlie British l-.inpire.-Ily B. P. CAPPER, Esq, It would be useless to sjiecify to whom such a Work as the_abovede.-rrfbcd would be useful, because it would be dif-liriift to disci'ver any Cl.ass of Persons to whom i.t would not be iiidispensibic for'daili and hourly Uefereme. To establish iis peculiar Claim.* to Confidence and general Preference; over vvery other Wi>r'c of the same kind, it is simjjly necessary to minlion that the Author was tlie per.-on employed by Government in condensing and completing the Reports published by Parrainent, otlhe Population and Cultivalii'n of (ireat Hritain, aliil likewise in arranging t'le Clerical Returns, "and the corrected Lists sent from the dtf-ferrfit Clerks of the 1' eace. lie has Cffisequently been able to render it an Authority on most of the Topics on which he treats. Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge-street, Blackfrinr', aiid to be had of all Booksellers io Great Britain and Ireland, in boards, iunl in various bindings. UNIEORM AND CHEAP lilCTlONARlES. This d'iy is publislrod, priutvd uniformly in brevier type, consisting each of from 55 to 70 sheets, closely printed, and cout.iining an unpanUleled quautity of iufunnalioo on the respective siibjeets. ABIOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICYL, and CRONOLOGICAL DICTIONARV : cootainiogiic-curate accounts'of ttie ttves. Characters, and Actions, of the most Eminent Persons of all Ages and all Countries: including the Revolutions of States, and the Successiun of Sovereign Princes. By John VValkins, LL.D. Price 18s. boards, or 20s. hound and lettered. A Topographical Dictionary of the T/nited Kingdom; compiled from Parli.ameiitary and other Aiithe;^tic Documents and Authorities: containing Geographicil; Topographical, aud Stati.M'idal AccoiSuts of every District, Objert, and Place in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the various sntall Island* dependant on the British Empire. Arcomp-inted l�y Fiirty six Map>, drawn purposely, op an original Plan.-By Benjamin Pitts Capper, l.sq. Price 25s.'biards, with the .Maps plain, or JOs. with coloured Maps. A Dictionary of Practical and Theoretical Chemistry, wilh im Application to theArtsand Manufattures, aad to the iCsplanalioD �f the Phieoomena of Nature: including' throtigbnut the latest Discoveries, atid the present State of Knowledge on thdirSnbjecis. With Plates and Table*. By WmwWicboUon.^ Price 21s. hoard'. Printed for RTchard Phillips, No.. 6. Bridge-tlreel, Black-Lfrian; and to be had of Bryce and Co. Edinburgh ; Archer '^.^pd Kdsnii, Dublin; and by aH Buok�ellen. In the press, to correspond, a Dictionary of Commerce, XrodCfiuMMaitafactdref. Price 21s. bqards. AGRICULTURE. LL Persons ii�terested in the Practice of Agriculture, ami anxious to adopt^lhe variooi modern Jm- , provements and Disc iveries in that Art, .are respectfully informed, that anew, revised; ami .enlarged Edition nf DR. DICKSON'S COMPLETE SYSTEM OF MODERN HUSBANDRY, incluaingall the latest Improvoments and Discoveries to the 1st of JjUiuary 1809, has just been published, and'may be had of all Booksellers, price Fottr Qui-neas and a Half, in boards. llshouldbe naderstood, that thi is published, a new Edition-, in Two elegant Vols. ! foolficap fivo.-price 12s. in boards, i rwMiE MILITARY MENTOR, being a SE-I JL Rl KS of LETTERS recently writtenby a GENERAL I OFFICER TO HIS SON on his eirter?nellu�:AiTOy. S Chm-prising a coarse of elegant liistriirtion, caScalnted'fd-nnite the Chanicter;^ oad Accuuipii&hiueats of the (iientleman an, and its arioptioo in all AjUi^ylSsh'oofs, I are ihs hPgust eiriegiiiras wMcli cdiJ �b#-rdnf.;rfed*^poii it. ; Private ei cmiinns,' addressed to the Editor,-^ij^ht he j quoted out of number, but he is sati.^fisd with the utility which he hel ev.ii Ji;is attendeddiis weUriteamt endeavours, and is suftjrienlly compensated by^ the s,-;!* .of manv tl^on-sand c.ipies'ttf hfs n-ork'in a very ^hoft prrtod; He hopes 1 the principles C".i;tajined in it nyi-be imraorlal, and on their 1 account he is solurilou's that 'his' fiobTi jhoul.-lMa-t,.and he read.aid studied, as long-as.the-language in Rhiicb il is written. . , ... Printed rof-Rin({ (lU'oeas worth of Prices p?r laonth. 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Tahart's Moral Tales, in PfoSftaod Vene s<.Ip..i�j- j revised from JobiMbft,