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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                tfc--.-,-7a 'X'Hrs W.ESENT HVEN'INC; 4heir iVJajc.stics' ,    JL   --ervaula will dil a C-a    y, cJllctl-' MA CUE   H. Micbeth, by the Young Ro-cius(Vinghrs first appeaance intliat tharacicr) ; l.-dy vidcbei! V!iNV.G.\IiDEN.J �f H\t PRESENT  }i-Viii\li\G will be perform. i�   c-U � n    � . e      /ll'd i V  RY MAN IN HtS HUMOUR. Kit.-ly, ,\ir. C'>.'Ue;  Dantf Kttelv; Vlri. Clover. "l� wiiicli will|l)e ailded, for tha^jtl rimt, anew Grand iioiiiamc Patitoiiiitn-, Cdll-d ^14 ^Kf.F'JOL'.'rM \GviE r ; or. The Sc.in.linavidn Sor-c�'ef.-ilhe MusiccoihpoiftJ by MesSrs. VV.ireatid Di-vy. �o'niorrow, As You Like It, with Harlequin's-Ma^iiot. Ort Sa'"ri!:iv, The, Mysteriou) Husbaiifl. .''^LASSICS.^-Wanted in a large public Scliool as CLASSICAL ASSISTANT, a well Krtiicatert Yoiinjc M.)n who can produce tesi>.xlable testimonials pi his .Mv^ cau bi:�iowed upon the Child. Br.rmi.ton is psciiliarl/ remarkablt: tor its_ h alfh'tul Situ.rort tiie .lir, -hkI therefore b.st adapted to' tliC puri)i>sc�  t'a" IntantineSt-miriary. limited Tcrin^ iniiy b� hart at Hiokhauv's Library, Old Roittlr>tn;erv, ot' Mr. Hi'd,si-n, Bi okstlkr, Him'iole afreet; -atiii; M.f, Dciki,. No.. 2, (J-eat CV:,tle stren, Cavemlisli-fijuare.'- AI d ReftrCiices the m >st respc-.tabli 'will be given by ihe Ladies theinsDivcs. MODERN. DANCING  privately taught by Mr. ALLEN, ai No. 19, Sherrard-sireet, t;oldcii-square,'ahd Nov i , Great Alif-street; Gnodmiiii's Fields; on  plans expressly formed for Ladiei and Geinlenien ot anv age who havo never learnt that accbmplishineKt, ' r n.t in the present lashmn, and jwhostfage or rank make n an obJLxt to leirn perle6 !)je4l, expeditiously * completed. Young Ladies and Gentlemen also under fourteen, not re-^uiriii); pitvate leisons, tauglit at the!ie Academies tor-One truinea per ^waiter, or schoul vacation.. 1 his tdan purti-^ cularly interests Parents aud Guardians of youth wantini; (;enteet action aid address, but elucatedat schools having too iew dancers tofpay the attendance of^ntmin at Masttr. . -"Famhes of. the Nobilryj Gentry, and rc.ipeilable Scliools '%tteiiatd.Ladies aKd young Viutcssorsinatriided how tu ,'   -LADiiiS i)OAKDIivG-SC.j6oi.,      : � ^ Near tl� City ,Ko*l': 11 yTRS. CROSS fespeiiU'iUy informs the Gen-ry, JiyjL Me-chant>, and hei Frt'niisiji general, tJiat h.-rSeljoi'l wi)[{recommence on Monday theuqrliofjanuary, and tharihe hiis accommodation lor J-tv^ more V u ^ l.adif�a� i)oarders. biie hopes that the fiatre nigsiicc ss sue na& met with t>tr these Twenty-t wo Yens, lu tfuuo.itu stue D,nigJitera otw�aje cfthcfirsl ViintiljeMh the v,it�, to whom relercncen niJiy tie CentUnicn who m y bonutu H^r "Y�>unj? Lallie* are,boarvled, an^ la'i^ht the trj5l'shand trench LanKU?ges-wiMi �>.rammancai pu ity and coweftnes's, 111st ly, ami tiu N.wlie Mrorks, lor 11 irty Guu' jwasper Ar.nnm, Wa�i>'ngi"cludsd. ' ParKur Ui.atders ''tt). twoGuineaN .1 v.     Mrs. Cross may be .spiken with, or dirrdted tr*, at her S . , mjnary. No. n, ..�haries's-S4u�te,.near tl.eiCity tto-nl. This ^ EsiablishrAent consiati bdt of a sniall ami aeled nanibt-r 01 Ladies.. - '.    � > ' �   .   � AI..V1.^N.'\CKS l;t)K ilkJft.  " NMIDDLETON, No. 162, , Strand, corner � of Strand-lane; bugs leive to.inlQriit the I'ublic, that the various kinds of Almanacks and R�|Vi):.itories,. ihe Atlas and Souvfnir, are this da\. published, a.ii aret> be had at this Shop in the greatest vai j -ty, plain; or'boinid in the most elegant manner. An ex'en.sive assertinentot Pocker Books and Thread Cases, Wnung. iJesks and boxe;, littfd uji tor the U5B of Ladies and Gen; lemen, tor work,.dra\vhig or dies- assortment constantly on hand), for counting hoi.'s.", and. private use. On the utility ot the Copying .Vaclwae it is not necessary to.dwell, as it is .well known that .20 long Ir.iiers may be accurately copied in less time than on; ot a iiioilerare length by tliepsn. Some Counting-house and Hortibl:: Machines, secondhand. Theorighial Manufactory for Middle-ton's Black LaadvPencilh-. _ IMI'DRTAT A.DPRESS to the I'OBLIC.     ~^ THE high estimation which Dr. NORRIS's celebrated Drops have obtained, not only througlKut t'le \)nited Kingdom, bt(t hi the West Indies, rendeis it a positive duty on theiPropriotorto ifetnte the tafse Statement, that has appeated irt varidus.-Public Pfjnts,-of the Original Recipe baving been purchjised j tlw .assertion is equally void of iiuth, as pregnant with danger to those unhappily imposed on Being an-t>aborate Chemical Process, their pertuti prepa-rf(w,',ev-"n from the Specitieaiion tlelivered into the I'atent �)thce, has been trequently attempted in van,, they also p.'s-iss the t>ecuHar property of det) nig Analiiatij^n, The only Recipe Jefi byi�' r. Thomas Nor-Tis, never lias,been out of. the Fossession.of his Kainih-, t e-ciore iris huped.the fraudulent attempt to brinu this ti.ilv valuabib Medicine into- disrepute, by the info 'uctifii � r. Norris's Family), wil lijieet vnith the contemjit n so   Javour ol Go.veih-inent) on the Stamp round each Bottle. STEKRS'S PAREGORIC LOZENGES. Sir. To Mr. S I EERS. AVery extraordinary, cure requires my acknow, ledgiHcilts-I waVseized with the nvst violmit couuli I .-ver experienced, latteijdfd with great haars.'ncss and: ixireni'ss ot th� throat ^nd breast, vvhicji reduced tm' to $ > emaciated a stare, that all my irt xiAi expected it would ter^. mmatein a Cionsumptiou; troin th s dieadful c�Hdinii)i 1 was entirely, restored by a s ngl# box of ywur Paregoric Lo-Zfiiees. .. l-.am, &c^^ - : Gicat Driffield, Ymjtshire.   ^ MARK GILL, There being maujs counterfeits of these Lozenj^es, >lr. Steers canijpt be dmsWerablB for'any but those prepareiTby 1 niiself, and ajptbey are sold only by K.Ne,vbur) 4nd Sons, No, 44, �t. I^^uJ's Church.yi�Td| bi*.n�mo>e.ngr%vertvo�nhc 'inp js.the.miy certain mdrk or ftuibi-hliaty^. .-Prnje I s. 1 Jd. the bonv duty in^lud�kl whyttr *lst> in*y ^)e' hart, siceru's Camoipi)^jRfo|iSi;pric�- tiKyl.i.thfrhotile : niidfOil lor ConvulsiAii^ i''tt�,r L)|iiV;� asr. .6ti. 4he bo;ttle,.,duty iiicludLil. , EDUCATION. AGentleman who has received a Classical Educa-Hon, and nnitei twenty Vears practical cvpctii-n.i- in the in�truAlion of ymith, with a Reneral"knowledge -f ihe world, has /'.rmed an esrahlishitierif for Eig-r yiHirig  entl�. ineseither to finis* their Education, or rtt thern for the Unive^.^i!v. The Mathematics are particularly attiniaed to, and French is usually spoken in the family. The pirticiilars and terms miy he tnown by applying or acWressingaline to Messts, Dulau and Co. Booksellers, Spho-sqiiare. NORWl   H. TO he SOLD, and entered ppOii immecljitely, a vwy extensiive a. d convenient SHOP, DW RLLING-HOU.SE, ann P! f fine ulta'itv, a'ld war-rant.d fee from damijie, iw be Sold by the iniporr^r, at the Ti'rkey Carpet Wareho'ise, next the Tl^r) ish!ip*.�nte-sti-eet,\vIiErc print-. i?d I ists "-ay be liari, co .tainiiuj,/th#dimen�tyHi'snid* ptic*; ��f-ea�:  a^pets undermentipnejl areparjtof ihff'l Jtf,'and are iMit itf-.wn To.shcwth? prit- s.' r ____./.      A... - j.l    I    .tt... . Ft.	In.	Ft	In. 12	�'t	9	2 11	9	9	�t 12	z	9	9 '3	a	9	S II	6	to	lo It	II	11	I >4	0	' 9	T 11	8	II	? It	7-	.1-2-	I 12	4	!2	8 rucc. L. ii 9 9 9 to la lo lO- '3 d. i6 o 2 O . 7 0 I I o 4 or '3 o 9 o i6 o 9 � Lenjrth Ftto. l6 y i6 18. 7 22 V\.  In. '3    3 I rt   9 II 4 � i i It TI 8 3 12 8 to. 9 Price. I�, s, d. S lA rii Ll> I TI;K y. To begin Drawing Fehrtrary i. >3 \t 17 i8 .i& 19 21 3� t2. lo o 13 o 9 o 19 0 J o ,9 I OTTEP.Y, in which the five thoiisa-nd First Drawn T'cke's are entitled to 22I. each, besides their chaiwe of capital Prises. The only Prize bf to.oBol. .shared in the laiit Lottery, No. 18 539 �fag sold by Swift and Ci>i as also No. 3,973        aPriwot     --�t,oo 7,176     -        -        -        (no    , And in the Lotteries immediatcW precedinK : , No.6;7pt     � X'^iO""*"r95*   jC*o�*  9 jf>j    -      ifl,ooa        'Q.^tS ?.ooo I�e�HeS r>thcr';ofot 2,q6'�l   i,i>ool   ?rol. &C; Sir.. STATE   LOTIERY   tor  1805,   conuiHng zs,oi>j Tickets, begins Drawrntf M maay, Feb. J, i2it6i TheSCHtME CONSISTS t)F 3     PlizesQf     t.2b,oop Piiz.-$,of L.�,�ao       ...   .       le.ioj    8  .   .   .   .      t, 00 3     .... f,oin>   to. .   .   .   .   .     tnjftc. .And the first-drawn j,DooTic*<�ts will be entitltij to 22!. etich,.exclusive ot their Chance of Capital Prizes. , Ijckets and Shares are on .Sale bytlAZAKD.RU*ME, and Co. Slock Broke'S, �t their State U)tt.;ry OHlce, Mo. qi, under the Royal Exchange, ' om'on, whijn', within the ten Years Only, Capital Prt^st�r'� fir i/noun; of So i.oo;'. and upwards, b^vc oeeiisoid and shared, enelu.ive of Co-e ot ^o ;in*, wid whose Tickets are drawn early, wll be sure to gam, , i 221 ZO,i   ,   . , after the S.ooo fiist drawn ?re nt, they wilT then have the same chance as in every otiier'Lotteiy for the reniaiiiiii,,; Ca-pi't;d Prizes. Tickets and Shari are selling In great Variety at the old e:.tdbl jh d Offices, 4,  e sure to gam, , i oc'o lickets drawn tiut ot" the Wheel will each eninled to 21. besides the usual chaiicc for -very Prize t'mm ;ol. to B,oooi.'; but silliuldthilr Tick-.ts remain in the Wheel Agents :- Ja. Jdni-s, Birminghani I". JoUie, Carlisle W. M'Feat, Glasgow lloug'l, Gloucester P. M'Callan. Greenock. Kodtord, Hull Tinker, Leed Miln^r, Livi-rjiool rii.inisoi', Manchester Garner, iv'a'gate nunluiin & .V.illrip, Norwich Mil.ls, Portsmouth l-.tlierm.tJii, Rochester Hunt, Worcfstsr. \* The Price will rise ina' whIIv. S' ECOND LdlTERY for 1805, bf^ins oraw. jngihejdof tebru^-y, 18 6, Capital Prizes sold, sharedj and registered, prior 101-804, by I. BU.ANSCOMH and Co. 4 Priz.:s of yfjj.ooo .8 , . . . 20,000 ti   .   ,   .   ,   10,.--o 1^ Prrzes of ;^?,ooo 26 .... 2,roo ;4    .   .   .   . 1,000 It      ....     IV,:-. \i      1      i'*                .     .   I,Olio And in 1804, ami Firii l.i.itery 18. 5, the following Capitals were sold in      Shares, naini-!y, Nos. �. 1    N. s. 17,477, entitled ip 1, i6,Xoi, .   .   .      2, ,0OQ ,000 i?.qts, .   .   .   .   2,000 .�3.747, -.   '^00'- ., besides several other lonol 50^1 311,000 ap.opo so,ooo .....,  . .  .     .     .      2o,02o lool, &c. (Sc. by the above y,2k), entitU'd to 11,64.?,         -4:^ . . . . 7.6:i!6, hers, andthe PrJieissharttl by them paid on demand.  Schemes gtatis, and all bus.new relative to t.".e Funds transatiedwrth great care and puntti'ialny. N. B. Please it�'observe,' tiie ^ooo First-drawn Tickets will be entitled to 22!. each, besid-s the benehcial chance of every fl)atiiig Capital uj the C."ran*}. Scheme ; thereliKe an early purchare, ife pariicularly r.jg jUmen^led. . riitt at (lie lower,-lan rurt^iv; thexut dar. af ^Jaiu.iiy nt.xi, lietween t-'M h',nri  . Musket and Carhuie Ba\oncts, Steel l 'Vtfri"t-;, Wir.un-c'rs, and sundrv nf-er ,-tr'iclei ofBeili'ine, Priwuer Ho-ns atuJ liollow-. Cast, I>us:i--I,. and Lumi> Iron. Cupper, 'jreel,-Sartil l^acs, and various nthar Articl ^ -y thfivhole of nul-icu inn i .croit e lio.ird, .K.'H.CKKW^ Secretary..  R0YAL-EXC11.\W(;e .A.SSURaNCE OFFICK.    ' , � Dec. 180-. P'EKSO^, nvJjcise Ai'itu'tl Premmmifall due on the z^th intant,, are fieriiy inforiiud, that lieceiptt are now ready to be delhiered at theComparty's Offices, i..yer the R7y.1l Bluhavge', and in, Pall-Malt, as well liy by their re\pecti%'e Agents in tb'e several OiUnties ; and the Parlies assmeU are requested to apply, for the rene-n'.il rf their Policies, on ar before the tjtb of y.inuary HCittt'as the usual fifteen Ditys alloived fi-r Payment, beyond the Datt of e.'.ch Policy, 'will then expire. SAMUEL FENNING, jun. Sec. * ^* Attendance is j^ii ecember24; i8 WE, his Msi-jesty's Commissioners for iVL\na'^v g the .stirmp Dnti-s, duly a\,ui.-)r!s  t*m ibiv^aid DiifieBiire f.Vdeliver in theiK pfioposals tons at the Sfrii-np. ersons for their uic, can be admitted tJ canUadi for the s.uft liufi-:-,. No.,, rUoTi-aCT tobe l.c^ to Farm. i'2."Middlest'S, incUtding f/nndon & W-stminster L.28,0:0 All persons intending; to bid tor ihi- distritt are dcireil to take noiiie, that, in pnrsu.ince of the particular in- , struciiuiis (it t .eu- hprdsh.ii)<, it vv |l be put up at the smh s|:eciHel in the nia'\fh wO�i|tut*, price js. in b�iaid�. A tew Copies on large paper, price 8s. .     �,�,Also,�;,� 3. Th.' life of ^^>^: ioBiaccjolini : Byi^the Rev. Wil-liain ^Rcpllc'd,   Elegairly piintcil in quano, puce il. js. botrds. � ,� . 4 A n>.vv Edition, jut nuhl'shed, with consi.leiahl'adr diiiiVn�, ot iMeiiKii.s ot Aug lii.s P htiao'is. J-an-ics Vims of Miumlula, .Aciiiis Sincctus Siiiiiazaiiusv Penus H'lnbiiks,. liit-ronymiis Fiac st i\ing other Litei ty (|(�.aric > i iy l''''ed, elCfcUnily pr.iiiicn in a pockcl V.tfuttt * ann ^llus'rated with 7 new set p' engravic.g^, price 9 nd W. p.ivic!, Strand. This (lay are lublishsd, lia dsomely ('fuii-n 1.-. t'.i'ii vlu.i.es oMavo, embellisfed wiih I ^�.-i:ly six i-naavi'RstViiin rh^ de igns frf Stothiid, I'liiiri'dn, and --atchv/fll, price ll. l6�. in boirds ; and a Ic aper with p�.�r!vimpfe^:sl� lis iif'th" nl )'e-j   lire a' Hs in hkntna, q-'HE \>0'RKS ol LAVsRENCE S-IERNK, A.M... A   I'ilat d for A. Stf.,li.-n-, i :'jv(.->.  l.tiurf, R.i.aiaMi,, j,1 hr,. I,, (,.;.;-=! i i iMh y "JC "-ll.', r. a.^iitli-H :i:id Ir-i-tui, ; iM^man anfv ' ->rer>",i'- Sennins. ni 6 �.jis. price iSs-^o'ird nTw tdrrI o ns pt t u ruson's  ,s 1  k on0.m y 1 �   and LtCIT.Mtus .pr^^!EC5!A^';cS, &c' &c, Tbn'">av are published, I. A STRGNOMY exulain-d Upon Sir  ISvaAC jC\ NEWTON'S Pr:,".cipl-, a,:d jnatle t-a^y u, -h � . wTio nave not .studied Afathen-itics. I'o whitli .re ad^le:!; 1 plain Method i)f fi mnig the Distances of all tits Pla.ij.s from the .Snn, by the I ransit'of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the year 1761; an Account of Mr. Horrox's Observation i.f lb; Frjii-Jt cf Veii'.js ni the Year 1639 j wd of the Distanc-B ot all ih: Plmets /r nn the Sun, as deduced from Ob-irvati-ms ef the Trmstl in the-^ear 1761. By JAMES FEKC.UvO.V, i-.R.S. tlsvumh Edition. InOne Urge Volume Sv,). iliojtraiei by tngravings. /rice 10s. fid. Doi'iid. 2, leo rui^E's on seleit Siibj'dli in MECHANICS, HYD.^OS r.^Tirs. HVDRAUi,U.S, E U.%! ATI CS., andOPTlCS : wiih the'Jse otthe G lobes the. Art "of Di* aling, and the.,Calenlaii'jii the mean liinssof new a.nd full Moons and , Ecfpses. By th'r same Aiiihor. Tenth "�flJt'on. In One large Vol. 8vo. illustrated by Engravings. Price IPS. 6d. bound. � Primed tor J Johnson, R. BaUUvin, F. and G. Riving-ton, W. ]. an'd J. Kichatdson, >V. l.oiivndes Og'Ivy and Son, Scatcn?rd and I.etternian, f. Walker, Vcr�or zp..t the N.ites and adUtti'inal Chapters nf the present Editor will be f-'und to coiitani much u�i.'f>.il matter \ aif fiiri ther I'.iuiuiiis aiejralktl fu', it Witt bctheir unrwnitr nc ,Sr�a.  'i,an. This day is published, nc.-itly priin,?d m msd.u.a quuto, ... price il. IS. in b ards, or in 21 I'.iimb-rs, stirs. Wit.-'. THE SUBSTANCE of the HOLY SCRIP. TUR IS, Vlethodizrd, and .iiNidid info Lessens lur the Use of Familijs; on a Plan not hitherto attempted. In thiv Work, be>ide the peispicuoiis. and unbfoken min-ncr in which the Sacre.l Htstory is carried on in tise first two paffsot it,,the ihird pai^t contains a great nu->;her of lessons, co'.leiiled froai the whole of the sacr-d wtitini;Supon the bivfne Artribiites and Governmenf; upon r'je various branc^iesof piety and virtue; upon tn- creat o a dredemp-lion ol the w.^rld, upon the pr sei.t and tutnie c^id ton qf the human'ace, up.- f ChrisfUii F. iiiilies It contains aUo a great iium er of short n.^tes, useful tables, and ab>ve 53 hylnns, a.bp ed to th; Lcssints toAvhich the;, are atlixei. -     " Second Ediri.jn. Bvthe Rev. EDMUND BU I CHER j a�iitf,l:Sy.H,e Hu.;h \/ rt{\ii\>;-"n, and rhf Kev. |'>tm -v:m>,     \i Printeif (.IT |. lohnson, .St. Paul's LnurchyjrJ; an I H. D.Sjin-n.'.s, Pat-rn Miivi-iw. RE-PUiVLlCATl )N   Op   I>K. .M.vVMK'.S UNIVI.R SAL I1IST0RY. IN iNlON rHI.Y VrLUMhS. 0\\ U ed:iusd ly, Jaiui.iiy the isr, wi'l b   piih'isl.evl. price 3  a.-.d lettered, or .i oi^ tine and large pa;'er, nricc :s. in '>ni ws, or 5s. od. liaM^ ' hO-:,iulin m.-rocco. THIiHRSr    Ol.UMK (.A vo u.iie t>> be piibliahed 0.1, the hrs day M eveiv month, till th.; nine voliinu-s of the. ancieu   part, -uid the sixteca volumes of the inD�lern part,-lie completed) AUNIVERSAL HISTOKY, Aniientand Mo. \l--n, comvreheiiding a >;onetal View of rhr Tra-sac fions ot ev,..ry Naiioii, K.ii:i;d.-im, .nia Empirecu*b'Globei from the cdiliest .^ccou.its of lime to th-"."cneral Peace of i8oi, to b� completed in twenty-fi�e %-olcmes. By WILLIAM MAVOB, L1..D. Vicar of Hurley in Berkshi>e, Chaplai.i to lUe i-.arl of Mofra^ Author ot the Bi If i-h Nepes, *c *t'. The English lan>;!ia.;e lia.s li.th.'rrn oeen with ur�Hyct >�-i;|iin^ diatdy confessed by eveiy competent ju (jje, tlbjssiiet i$-at once too shot t anJ unsatisfaciory ; that Xiltairc is too gay and desultory; and that the great Fn.alish Universal History m    v ather to be consulted like a Uiciun'ary ,thaii tw i>e Merusrri.^ ananalysis of the subject to wjiich it r^ates.. What th�e writ.-rs havenot done, has been attrtnpteflbvth*; author of theliircsent work.   He has lieen solieifiHls tw ivoidv the extremes of prlixity and brevity ; to be disiin.M, pieas\ng, and comprehensive. Th:s vioik has, thereforei'uro^d a v  Indies, . to Circulating Libiartes, and, in ijeneral, i-> all ,Pcrsoii-.*vtK� do not miike Literatute the sole. businoNt/l.t^ rsi.\ lai^e �olume*ij� either too Voluminous n< tu'vexpcnsive.r        .: V   , Prnictl f.ir Hichara Pmlh;;s, .^0.  ,'Bridge-9tt3ci, Black* friars ers.->ns wJi;) may choose to purchase (heei* tire work without wa tint; t, r rhe monthly publication,       �    � infortned that the two i-ibnows r^.av he i-ad of all UpokcfHe^^,. doheup in thethreeliwrts orhnd iijcsat thetollowingpricea.     ' Common Paner complete III ooauis L4t|'6  '   vf' Drt-a  ditto, hdt.houini       .   '      �       S  9� 1 D�t� �ditto.calfgilf ,       . ' j'il5^>.f"'.-V" Fin-'.Vk� l�r�c '(P'f ni bnanls,      . 8 j/o^V;  . . 6 i6f'\'. ' ' . i'ap-r�n l)i-,(o    ditto, JialdboHiid""; 7 W � \   

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