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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 1, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ��1.' t : hi    -. 1 WEDNWmAY,  IfANUARY'l, .im, .....----f^..-.i..!gni-rr.- 7 .7- � .u .-f , -- -i- T^IS:PRESKN"I.- KVK,! ING ihei^ Majestjics ^$�tvaO's will jitt aaow^opiedy called 'THR, SCHOOL .V<)\< FKIh'NDS.     , The ChrirMt,-'. Bjr Mr. K!ll'sro'ii wr  ll-.e Young ^'UIS TRESENT EVENING will be pcrto.ni- countv LIMERIok; iss Smitli. ,._____ _____ _ new � Ci laml HARt-EQUIN's .KfAClNE r j or. "Hie So>iri.limviaiv Son cefef.-^rhc"Musftton�()osea iTy Me^ists. WiireanU D*vy. 'lo mori'ow^ LrVeryi Mail ijv Ills Humour. ^yf^.'-BKAS�Rie?^-res^^^^ informs his IvJL Pattoiiiimdthe Public m>jKt;>wal� tliat.iieitjii ser a C-eni ftc IlwK*.30A J-ocfce}�,f which be^rs a Striking J, iooi �fJeet-^stiCet.   .   '    -.r" ... M 'e:a St T Nf DIA C o r. L E G E S C. H () (> L; "R. EUSeOMBE, in eonformity witiv the an- ._ . .. nexed coMirivuniCatioii, befjs leave to acquaint the I'nb-iic, thHt any particulars resiiecling the School ma\' be had on applicatfon to tne l'uiictp:il ot the GolUge, at Heittsrd, or totiunielf, at Halley*��ry. r To the Rev. M. H. I.USCnMnE, M.A. 'R.r.v. SiK, � East India House, Doc. 10,1805. Y.ou'areauihirrised by.the. Gonimittce ot tlu College, to make publicly known tiiat the CoWc.fi .Schoal mstinite;! under the Patronage ol.iha Honourable East lndi.i Company, andof \vhi,eh vou liave>t)e?H appointed the Mastc", will be ooened fafj he general reception ot rui>ils, at Uailey Unry, Hear Hertloid, on M-onday, the ist diy ol lebru^-y, 1896. SAMUEL HENli.hY,     ' Piincipatot tlie E.ist India College. rusup ImCLOS^UKE. AT anumerous Meeting of tins County, convened by the HiKh Sherrif, pursuant-td Public Notice, at St! Kraiicis'.< Abbey, on Satutday tRezist Dec. i8o^ THOMAS GKADY, Ea(}'. High Sheriir, in the Chair. �.ThV,foIlowin iite-cr-,urse with all classci, and a juilginent too i'ouml to take a bias tton"!  any.    . . � Permit us, thpVefore to say, that the inte!licence of yonr reijioval froiu tin*! dwtriciv v/a-j received witii an universal se(^4etrfirejy�.-�ril er coiidutt 111 the Cliair. CHARLES .SILVER OLIVER. Sir-I have the hoiuuir of enclosing an Address v. led to vdu yest^Tday, fit a General M.-eting of tins Countv convened T VrCTUAIIfMC f)?i-icr;, Dec. ae, tfoi- r.tnr uiiciuon, in the C'tuny of C',rmvaU, C u*.-t.>, ', t ti.uiiuay, to the %lst of Decemoer itsd, inclusive ; . a,hi to be p.itjJor iy hillt, fayjble luiib inleee.t, nintiy a-jys \ and hrc>tii,'iit to j -   - -   1 -----�- ... t>.,.i.... HE til.; 21,t ir.v fit tht:    id 1 )i y 'J';.'i> o'cl, .K, stitk ne-it l.'.e t iirfi:e;.'tjd and i thi said i.a)5� v.t; Or if r;.Ticljheid, Ousport, Portsmouth aiul CliichesiKr, over the nridge.s, have been very con-eiderably sh'iitrntd, whereby some ex pence and much time are saver I to Travellers with the acquisition ot extensive prosppctsand beauttlul rurhl Scenery. ~        ' sta T>: LDI TllK y.     "    ^         ' .   �    .   T o be,(;in'l)ra�vii)); Ifhriiary 3, SWIFT and CO. No. 11, Poultry, LonJon, anJi at ihtir .Offsets in most of. the principal Towps, ;ire sel!ing>thc TICKETS aiid SHARES of the PRESENT LDrrURY, in which the five thousand " T'ckcfs are entitled to j�l. each, besides Ca)ntal Prizes. '1 he only l'r"ize of lo.oooL shared in the last-Lottery, Ko. 18,539. was sold by Swift and Co. as also     ' No-3.975        a-P.rizeot       �t,oo �7,n(>    -   :   -.: .   - .500.. And ni ihe i.oTteries irtmediafeh'precedinH : . No. 6,79� .    - �z3,ooo  No. ao,95J  . ^10,--oo 946s    -     . fojooo '9.556 i.ooo resides others of ot ajoisnl t.oooI, 500I. &c Kiist Drawn iheir chance of .&c. G RAND  LOTTERY  begins Dra.ving VEBRl'AKY 3"", �    y   �' �     � -C Mi ME.    ' r 3 i .�rf.6 6f. .10 o.u 2.000 o-jo; to; IS 5,-1101'irstidr.tickets iz �!5t>. 03 ^ 30 ^00 ' b...oo , 8,o30 ,10 ijjo 5 r>3 6,000 ,.   i i ',ojo Part of the abovs Capitals, r-'-it.d a^ii-Tickijt ist ;mv �    -l)Tttt>      -     -    4 i��o     ^     -     ;'tS '""av TJiito     -     -    loth n�y t-cketsand Shares afe selling at eyeiy 1 5,000 1,C00 cepscd Lottery J ttic�. Present Pric? of a T'ckct     -- lol.    es. , pd.   I'-ichth id; 'Si*te�n'h IS. il. lis, oi: LUlf i^ns/Kr -   5U,^ An t-arly: Purchase is advisc^t.as the I'lrst.^,'!c* i ic-ft'tsW?H'hB jijiitled'to; sal, eAch.ibciid;^ tli>-'')"tfhaw� ot the nrO tli6'LADIES.-Bf-VGA^yS^'-'sO^^.tENTAL ,JL, J?X*)?lL,Afr �'ACEV NIVCK,I''itlVMSl��^^^      lor^ ii^pToVtn|l*ifinu;ti. r�rW a�eto1UeJtb'fHe-iVjoiV'!tLV'ount trf its eltiiiit sWtt as^'ir fcriBUjT jitjj i^e .to tlw;lf>l,�^^^^^^^ tojhc �on���jiijii>iir�o>i^ attempt at-tm. tatlosi, Ahtt iif ordtr tpi disoinltiodarrnilieji'tvho are iiiid6(iby'6t'A6t KivlHtt been iitfiJ .#fi  Conditions to be then produced : ALL;'that- MESSUAGE occupied by Mr. Aspi. nallv coniprisini;.numfti:ous aparjaieuts, the principal irart ol wliith are hued. up, ma s,upcnor style ot elega\ice, to which are.auacl-.ed s'liidiy domestic oHices, peculiarly d^nvMiicnt, and there is very roomy arched cellaring under the wh6'.ect.this huu^e bu'ii- � Other par^ ot the said t.ea ;ehold Premises consists of a reiTiafkjbly spacious w!.rehouae, and suitable ancountuig houses, with other conveniepoies, suiicient fdr the coiulud-ingof a mercaimls or other concern u on aJtrery extensive scale, ,which froftW to,iho streetj and udjoHis the above messuage,., beiiis;'novv m the occupation of. Messrs. Muntz and. Purden, Merchants, as tenants tiotli veir to year. , Other purl ot the said leasehold premi^SsS consists ot a com-mo'dions messuage, wuh Conveiuent outbuildings thureio, now in the occupation ot Mr. Le�l$ain, aiM whiciv also adjoins thp above warehouse. .      Atid the I'emaindei: of the said leasehold prtous^l consistSi of a large and extensive warehouse, fitted upMith. every coii>' vaili'enoe. tbrcarrying on any cqncerU of, magnitude, and be. hind Ihfe.s^mearf shops ill wlntU Ml ienst 300 people may Ve employed. VhiBse premises have been bntU .withiu K^few.yearviaod are in ivery complete repair^ I'hey are held.undi^r.twp several leases, in wltith ^ibout 37 years were wtexpiredat Lady Diy iirtlcular lots, in .which the ahayepremisies will b? saUV,MiLn(/tyet 5|l9ter^niiied;ujiqn, but will Ik iMitlculunseii at the sale. rpr particulars apply to'MessrSi Webb aniJ Tyndall, Sto. i}ciit irmi>iteham.t'^; . �^ ,^_ Ai^rra,t,1.�ca,d|^^^yK|m^ TI'f Cond-ii'ms of the Contracli tiny he tiiii'iiiers r,f Hi: X   Maye\ty's N.ii>y do berely.give Noitce, tb.it on Monday, the \iih cf nfxt-Minlfi, at Que Of^ock, I'^ey if/// be ready to treat i^lth sucJ) pe sons as m^y be tvillinj^to c.iitiuct jjr supplying Hix Mijeuy't Tart at Dep'f'jidxviib Fl:< OAkS. /I Vol m of tie Trndet M.iy be se^n at this 0jtce. No Tenders -iu-ll be received a Iter Tivcl ve 0 Cud ot the d ly of treaty, nor a/iy iioiiied, iivlcss the puny, 1,1 an agt/ithiin, m-/ ridt. 1)RITI;';H FIRK-() F F1C F, STK AN D and C�!'. Nf} 1 ILL INSURANCE grained� 0--! Ifo�ses, f\uild',u'^s. Man It factories, S'lips. aid a/1 other p^csseh, Go%h, .Ver-ch.tndix.i-, J n 0_^.--e 'y ''^f-tcriplion of Insure: s, tbe Directors flarer thfm:l pru ent euiiti'.n are the cesf itecioities to ti.e Qjticetind tj r-.v F:i^'tv, ..'/./ that Institutions of this N.itu. e cm only be 8^-ie/.i\ul 'vbea ,i,:e Attention is pa'd to recipncal A.iv.inuige!, Ag'icuharai iiiock lii^i red jt ^s. fid, per Cent. The Ojfice grants. Iruurances for Periods short of a Year, aii.t wakes good Lots by Fire from Lightning. (j^nr Insurances due at Christmas must be paid on or behre tLei^th'lDayrfiJ^nu.iry next.     KtLTON. , _-. iifflr';-. '-r-i----------. W,ESTMl N5-^ER"jL5 FE IN.^URANCE nud A.N'N U ^|�Y^ OFFICK, STRAND, andCCfltNHILI., LiV,\|,)ON. PERSONS di'jiroTit of providing for t':.fir tavhcs 'or Lepcnd.i>ns may. by at Annual Fayment, secme :a tl'eir Ifidjwf, t^htldren, or ary other Ferso^t, titter .m Anra-ly f,r jificcrt.i!i'd(r of fit.\ or a gross 'ium to be p^ud jr tbei' Deivtue. -�J/iifi{.l.'u!iS mi he nuiti: Jo' a.xariely of ither purposes .�-to provide foi t er.t'-.ial irf-1.ea\es - to secure .Yiims p.tid j'.r Fl4CfS..cr �,nf/ryiKe.its, 01 Jar. t.be Purchase a/ Life F.st.ttes; or m A/d of Arra�B^metit\ I'ftweea Debtor and Cre.iitcr, (ofc.  LVNri<.F.R.'\ mity, for a snail Fremitna, irnwe a:^ainst Qt.tlhjrjm^tihtaty Accidents.      ... �^.inted to tommenei immtdtattly,  or at /tny graci us Pard:�ii.  riiere    leasvn to sup COI:C'.T)ied. li li a oifiit^I ofiri.T.ce 111 Biil-i, laKen-jut of tUs Ma/ siolentl.ereoiit. ... iiy co;nnr.and ot His Majci THE ''1 S'.on.; 'Ihisoay IS pjib �'\-'\, pra- and an Urii-.-n on M.-'.iti.d hntnusi i:in iiitrodij^ irv D;ji;o;.r;S 1. L :i>c;:tion-jry >iM�Que. l;y JDH.Si THELW.^LL, V' Pra:lics. cf .Soid hy U. PiiiHipN Br.dg-.s: riiid tiie books-Ilers lii Livep ; Annuities -fie ^ '^'�'Fri/Jed I'atis did Conditions of Insarante   m.yi eratit   -tullh .>X" 7.;j/ of Directtrs, as above,  �r oj the J/- THE  Ul'-irl-,!! yiRL-OiilCir,!/: tbe Count a,eappo.'n:.dJg..:^f^rl^sO^^.^^^^^^^ .KFI TOM. th�t^li!!l^gliifhavri1g receivedt tha public may Icel asimied of b�il uo.Ho. An �batero�nt qi ona �Ii�Ui�g tieti�lcaj{9t9,_9hspive, -j^udar.p^^^ STAMP-Of FICE, SOMERSET.PLACE; J-">ecembci-24, 18-;;. WE, hi.s Majesty's Commis'iioners for Man.iging the Sf.iir.[> nuti.:s, duly auihf)ris.:d by the Lorus Cciirmi.^sioners ot his Mnjesty's '1 reisnrv, p.irsujnt to .Ait ot Parli.cnonr, to l.'t t.o farm the l'>uties aranted by "An " Aft 01 the 1 weniy-fliih of lus present Majestv, on Ho-scs " let to hire tor travelfiiig Post, and tim..'," do hereby give nonce, That we-intend to lef, at our Ofhoeni Somerset Plice, t!je said Dut-es to farm, on 'SHtunlaythe lith ot J-iniMiy next, between i'hc h-iufs o! ten and twelve irv rhs t.iryii 00, wifhm rhedistfn''t unJenniiutMn'tl, fi'r ihe iltih ot t.j'io years, tromthe ist ot lebiiiary next, to such pcrsjns as m.iy be willim; to cnp.!r;iil tor vlios:unJ. All-persons iiiten Ih-i; to t.iiiii the saiil Outiss arJ t^d.-hver m tlifir piuj-.os.ds to i-.s at the St.inip-Olltce in b;;t.'r.;'..-t IHace, at U-ast three d:ivs pievious to the said 15th dav 0' Jrtimarv n-'.\.r, sigiieil witn thoir names, siatini; the pl.ices ot t*ii;ira")�dc, s-id specitvtiiij thev iiit.nd t' bi.l lor the ,vaM distrut, or til m propoSjtstannat be pioceed.d on, as direct-:;.! by the sai.l i\t\. Nopii-S'iis licensed to let H'lries for th~'pirpus  f 4'travelling post, n'lr any. nersons for tlieir u>e. ta.i be uvlsntteJ tJ Contract lortlie Slid dui!->. No.    V        DISTHICT t"be 1 p.t to l-arm. 12. Middlesex, includuig l.-'iidon di; w.-stnnnsier'L.iS.c-o All persons inteiKliiig t ibid tor this district areclcMred to take iiolice, that, in pllr,^u inte of the particular in-strucu.ins of t er l.o'lliillp^, it wdl be put up at tiie sum sp.ecitie.l in tiic maxm liereof, winch v\ill be cri- J dually abatrd, until .1 buMing shsll be inadi ; and, utjon such bidding, a>iy p;THon may aiivuncc, and toe higlv.'st bidder will tic decl.-.red tht; farmer, and will be required ,t� pay down nnniSxliately, in Hank Notes, oiis-eight..'i pirl ot tlie aimiiilient the-eit aS: a iteposit ; but in i;ise tne district sliail nt-t be accepted at a pii'.e wmcji siall hi (icenied ths pr.ipsr^ value thereotj it \viUb.;\vi;h-diavvii and otherwise dispo'ie.-i ot. J. EINDLEY. . W. LAKE. I,. fENKINS. ED. F. HATTON. -\V. R.SPI-NCER. MONEY.-Messrs. LUCAS and Co. bog leave to infbrm those that may be in waj!t, an;l disnCiis ot borrowing temporary or pernianciit Sums ot M )n?;\ ;;n,i possessed ot any assixuabla property, that thfy may he supplied wuh auy bumon tairand eqy.t.ibU icrins, ov payniK an adequate Annuity Interest tor th-ji same. As also money will be advanca* to .thoseof known piopeity", on their petr sonal �ecuri(-}'. I'-ersJWil applications ^re daily received by Messrs, Lucas and Co. at JMo. ij Jaaies-street, Adslpiii, S'tjand; a:id letters (pbst-paidj answered without delay. ,    FOR m LIOUS DISORDER?. hR. JA.MES'S A.NALEPtlC PH.LS;,; tj'ROM p. tow mode of. administering ihe-^c. P:T!j JP by *h�?''adyicsof'an eminent Physician (see �l: iseas i so prevalent, parucuhi v umo ^ l>erWHS who have ffoided    hut climates, a * .reiv^^v.M vvjth KHjiie'reaWaivi satet^ tiian b\'�jiy tahe; ivlfil ci:>i'. I liey are 1 his (la\ is pu:)li'he;l, !n two p t^.i^-^;i^^!lr,^! '.-it;; nn        -"i! \ � A .\ L\CL^^-l ..s froT. J. A. 1 !�,.'., Hi iiic ^�.::.'.ln r i-t i-t>a Ladv.   I :.i.kidtni; b:-;eicl!rs  . Vii!;m;s :ii,l!iJ tU; i!n!;e.s 't  U .M..i;i!i.'u;l:,  llcieturii.  Saw), i iv.d V-. ..r^s-iicr.   lii'�rjperi :VUi � i on.lcn: f nnted tor H. D, 10 w. � i!r .ve.  ><^;c s quisni's !n a '�Tcik; .,r i.'us able Fnds :s tlie <'bive* 2 li;    . IS reoilered i!!Ic1!;^i')ia'= i touml to conram l-ycf-,--7 -';t ti! torint.iR alto.;etju-r a vc-y pet...-'' In Svo, pries jt. .siue:?, litj Parish ^lalt^ra. in 8vo. price 3s. sewed, t'l rcspeaiiiig V.'ill,<, hxfcuior.-, .-V In Svo. s'-vved, n; '.our. speiUi'.g M.isters and briv.iats, (;o'n^u, 'tions. li:e above heir P.i-dicatic tngclh-T, done up in   *� a I'rii.tsd t-j:    . Cijikcaiul r.-^ijs, Poi; Inn. a.Wi-n- cv \->.r CO VIP i. LY i 1) On batnltl y, fe-jr.iarv tl;   1 (iiice  ERlHAlbino McJ}�fcln�"ev acio'ri�t iiiMMiiif Hor�h(mi\ \v!.-.a .to aw-c;v-;ie i '}. .trt or jciiMce, w ill s^aiielv siuui il lioi.i ,: , ] cvclnsivcly. _^ I 1 hat a uompW'.e vi;\v cf'ihe .\r:s and So: . j ever,   ha e.\hi'ii^u u:i .1 saiaiie: scale I attempted, Will he ohvio'i.i, it Ave tonsu. ' cl-J)?-.!* ot cliambs's   was ori.;:..auy    . vn;i;i;.es tolio, Uii;i an.l opvu p .1 iii!.; , tha:    \ ot the hncycL'-peiiM ;Hi!;!xnii-;a iMoiitUtl Cl.. 1 volnii.es quart i; ?.i:d t!iat 1:1 jnv ^.xceiiem^,^^      � ... 11'Kill , audnot of a i;rc^rL-! eicuMi, iiave Ix-. luretv*!! countiies,   'l nc rj rcc-.meni also c , nuous and useSess-aruclev-, vviiich iwv^l.Attsr.u I way into books ot ths tte:ciir>tion, will evidi3;f a considerable r'nlu-lMn in pjini of size, w.cTiO'^ aluy impawing iiii;-luttinsic Value and gencf4l*^it=l-:. the work'. �  � ' �'    �  � ^ Should, thsiefore, the i-xcuti);i lut  e w.io hiv? ;tror*:to > First, It will exhibit a Compen�llMB:^f all h>!marikno>v, iM \ediie, the ihore luihnwJns b*civsa of-aIL extraneous "iT inaiter j niiherpnicHtalm^n sr.��itijf||ve, and in;xvbich Mm ticuUraitcntion win be paM to th�'jnHi!�t Aset it benches. ' Second, It will beof a cui\irc�K;d^nd cnfi.uaratiWy p-jrt. abl* �j*e, ealvulaied 10 lie.;onHh�rlt�b!c     evcty�Ta;njtii lierso.vasa book of co.sunt le&iiia)^:,    .   .     t -     ~   . I Lird, It will be pf.*tetf*ao 4* 19 OMtespond with chSkt- * quarto eilitiftns ot Pr Johnson's DhthnurV.; nnd the \*3C > se�so(sof both works|Jw��li.th.�* h�*c, m lOut cimih^T'j ' t'.>OH-s, andata modvrau; Hx^tenL-c, all th�Jiuir    ---------- ii)� liiigtish stutknroi rejdfjT can p ^'sfbJy-^v;_.�,t^l ,   I fte woik. vviU .b*no �->v.i>^.,TiU^jen�� t.   

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