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Courier (Newspaper) - May 6, 1806, London, Middlesex i PRESENT will performed BUSY Mrs. i iin rOoR soldi Miss in which she wUl p. lice the In of ret test to lier House a seled h with tlie test finish or toalford as the terms will be the bo but ilie or can bs can be given upon or by to the of ' Ir. 15o:)'.li, a or S (I sincle 28 years nf is thoroughly and Selling of Stock jis understands and and liave 110 obj dion pan United to and with Line addressed tn 13, I. to the tare nf r and No. be attended A N of the ' on Y the 8O1;of at Old i u C. pies bf the of Charter may bs had ty taken at t L A fti M K W AY t' A is hereby given the Annual raF Assembly of the Company of Proprietors and be the of on Saturday the 10thof May at at Rovai the Duke oi f It 1 TWO SERMONS for the of thiy Gharity will be of St. of Prayers to at hi a past Three in the i V GOIX ON SUNDAY tlic nth of a SERMON 11 he for 1 he of in A. ihe said to His Grace ilie of to at - &c. &c. &c. In expressly fbr the i; Dr. will the y on t if Westminster of St. And on the will bethe at th Dinner on the at Kish one of eRSONS and extra and every article in Oil and Italian 5tlvi8c6; MILLER informs tlie Public that by Sir RICHARO CO HO will on Monday the The in two Royal and is illustrated with Sixty of ' A few Copies are on larger with proof ' At the same will be the of a small is printed in both sizes ' ' ' 7" Hhu P be an excellent Ion the with a small well TAX on IMG UNDERSTANDING that an has made on the of many interested in the O to rite on an lias and the Trade of Great relative ro the Drawbacks to be allowed on the of Iron and Iron to Foreign of I hereby beg leave to and the that no taken nor d it possible any whatever can be so as to Trade in as good a as it is on the it Tax will be the utter of the injure out 1806^ V AT a Meeting of the of Plates of Wales held in at tlie I of Join and Co. on the ist of to take into tlie Consequence's likely to result to their from tile Tax on Pig hi the for Hit giac That on iIk 7.-iib Jute they lulU 10 for sue * IhM of ad fft make to inii the It 3 .th nf ' ami i The It toj a 1^::li-:''y f or or if ' i ' in tbs nrd Lf inserted ul ic 10 the r. John r. Mr. Mr. Mr. John Farmer Mr. George T. ' i. 3,imc.s Mr. James y pw of One Nineteen Thousand Poor of &c. by this since its in are Its all v. - of Annum are entitled to one Constantly tlie 13.;oks. Sub- of constitute a to one and to have o Patients tiie 1'et\ Guineas a ' ROYAL JENNERIAn tor of the ' of and to the Mile as wish to undertake the are requested to transmit their to the Secretary of the Council of the at the Central m in the the Medical with the ot and other 1 all letters to tlie must in future be ' JOHN Res. and Med. Sec. V. - V. div received that the to wet and impervious and for preserving and all such exposed to ot likewise the worm m bottoms in hot and the of Owners tlie present high price of be liad ci the Mineral Oil - and Colour at i | where also he hail giving a brilliant to all kinds likewise painters planted a spacious furnished with a and stalled the are and Well lighted 68 years at particulars at Mri ' RECTORY and ill V - nrO by of 50; The in- JL the ADVOWsON of Midi the life aWi come arises &c. arid is worth per This ruay held with any - ' Lay from 400 or of very valuable v Apply to and VERY ' to Amateurs of the that lie wiU have the honour of hy at iji cn Sa ' thf of an LU AU I. E of with great at of the first in and other of the of Cav tlie works cf those esteemed Micharl A. Carlo Ac. The may be publicly two days the catalogues one may be OP P j AND A be SOLD by By Und CO. At their 16,'Old ' ' at and valuable collect ion of CAPITAL the genuine property of a G by him a residence on the comprising undoubted works of the most esteemed of the Dutch Schools de V. Dd Le &c. Also a very lay arid the immediate Mr. of which every movement of the May viewed two days preceding the when catalogues may be ' ' SOLUTION tor the and and and and with printed Direct ior their observations upon of by E. Chemist to the Duke and of No. and by most of the ot and in and the Principal Towns throughout the the Prepared in at as. or 12 for tne m Bottles at as. 6.1, 6d. and 6d, I. Every Box sold by Appointment pf 13 signed tothe and and to ofthe the Tax of Twp Ton to levied on Pig Iron must greatly enhance the 1 which highly the of and with aid of other those disposed to adventure in to in the latter so much the British the of which has latterly totally 1 in also in and 1-land in all which thoy of Iron and supplant ' us in ' ' That un ler we any Measure to place the this under in to the natural which it lus to .as highly auci ous our Tra to of its M their will ruin the a great of die present That the and J R. to wait the the Chancellor of and point out the - ' ' - ' ll fhe have existed appear to have removed present Each he nearly and the iri the same day from Capital the and of is Such that a single j besides upwards of thousand Prizes than will go in will ' ' thf iht fir tome lo thi tub of tn in treat for TOMS of 1. I or or SALT lor SIX of kli er of tbr Tenders are 10 le into His one by the 3 iv and by thf cif chargi tn His except the fys Ton of the Sail the U Hiili ninety The cf at this or applying 10 the i U tije at at ' No he Lil lo any Tender in the he in al shall not the on the said the of ihe mahes tOe or hit April 180*. Commissioners fir His do hency givr That on tlx the Jolb thy irill be lo receive in and for the of IRON VAlT HOOPS - ' BUTE HOOPS - PLATE Prize of Orders speedily r. V fo Salts irt every the are whose habits by a long 111 warm by or a luie pV retain length and m they are 1' * to | Captains ot add solit wholesale and punted by bj 3-.Hidncr,-Chftnlsi Duke ahd ol No. and by by 4s. 9d. 5s; 6d-. signed none JAPAN made by DAY A. and MAR I invaluable half produces the most peculiar to wilf soil the is perfectly tree from any unpleasant and will retain in by Day and at Retail by 7^. W. 6if, Hoi lane principal Perfumers aod in the and in the United in i tone bolt THh CUMS is ot the ot invented by the late Jacob Queen the iit ' a. 3 la 5,203 ' 10,000 ' ( is 7s',oeo Tickets 4-,.'''^ ' 2c, 000 10,000. A PIT ALS Five ' 1. i Five 3d ' Ditto Ditto 1 St Monday 2d Saturday jd Wednesday 4th Monday 5th Friday 4t) jtH 6thDay DAYS OF DRAWING May 12 17 May 21 - May May 6til 7th 8th gth The public jre to of Tickets each day will be at 10,0 20,0.)0 25,000 J line 4, June 10 J 12 June 14 the ly agreeably to the order of the Lords pf his Pi of 5 o - - 5 5 o 4. - 12 6 - 1 6 a Stamp in words Bayley and retail Successor to - Mr. - to periods ot us tha ot tender N. The incre Prizes and fewer than any Lottery for many years MRS. KEW This Day is in c in FERDINAND THE FOOL of NATURE ' ' Printed for Richard 6,. 13ridge-street, to be had of rM all the Circulating also be t. in or the pf By Thomas Skinner of Splendid puce 13s. Cel. Q. The pf Py Miss of St. 1;-. 1-oiir price 20s. 3. Fleetwood J or the NewMan ot By In I price 15s. 4. A New Edition ot the same 6d. 5.; .By Esq. In Three 13s 6d.v 6'Maid, and hy Mr. in 3 The r UKl 1 tp the This day is with numerous and extensive corrections bv a new printed in with the pt Mr. price Vive Guineas or any two volumes 18s. - THE HISTORY oP GREAT 15RITAIN, from the Revolution in Hume's History to WILLIAM ot merit as a ol it. claims especial the the ot Bv a singre the ot Mr. jo the present - have expedients and a a continuation ot to the pf as .an have long been a ot Hud such a work been among the arc both of Hume Imd Mr. History ot the Reign ot and thus of 1 i those who are by ol Mt. entire i And series of our tor J and other Bo and Hook ot the r la any Tender in price noi be in ds al d' the One- the cj K lie fir fr: His ' ' do give 3a the and r Bt ER ed for the we if Hit and 5/ of that to ie iy days ire this ty the sy's No any 7-. KOt be not be 1.0 the of nor sot the pe. on f 1805. THE Hit Nwy do Tit ex the ito of One lo fejt sons as a in LOGS rz to 18 and from 20 to 45 feet io aii 10 cr lo be- at His the of 1837, a Form of ie this Tender le after ots day of nor any or an Agent ' - Rev. WILLIAM PATENT T valuable beini now vested solely tn tlu Rev. and inted by the further sale of 1 ills in discontinued at the No. and established at - be having genu Mr. No. 4, sole all in and are to he to but having a Black Ciw Rev. T. A. to the C DR Ito ' to of thff as a neral ot is 111 those disturb ai and other Diseases ot the and Bowels the ot cur or in the luxuries ol are by the bv any particular or But Analeptic Pills are also vet as a mild and f Pills have been in Hul by has used these tor many with the ik all the as well as by Land or by or Medical well to ot Dr. f lorin a most valuable store la that often relict sudden and ths 111 ot Sold on 4!our-d(>o(s tV of i and at 5 price one large tor iL 4j. and the Am price as. 91. a Observe F. No. St. Aic ei
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