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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 4, 1806, London, Middlesex                                *     , I- � o' \ 7 ' No, 4167. saturday, january   4h6'. -    . THE\TKCRPVAL,1)UUKY.t>AHH^. nnmS present EVENII^G their 'Majestits' . X: Seivants wjll atJ a.Tiagedy.^t'alkd MACBE'lH; ^ Mocbetli, by ths Young Roschis ; Lady Macbeth, Mrs.-Powell.        Alter which, a nsw rtrand LcRendary Melo-Drama, callqel THE SLi:i .ra new Grai'.d  RbtTwntic Pantomims, called HARLEQUIN's MAGNK V ; or, The sVanihiavianSor-V cerer.--'Plre Music coirlposeS by Messrs. Ware and Davy. lOaMrn^ay, Master Bctjy ^vtQ peitqnn gtlie ChftrdiU'rof sman, inZtf^; with Har|e^tj�i';i, i\i4gft'-t. si cfr'y oKihiluKiiKCii. =haftHS6rv�e OITV orF4,t>UfeNeE ami its bejUtiMl Eiivi- rpflSj generallycoiistdefetKoiwo} thehncstsccues 111 Italy, j'akcn trom the Fahce Feroiii overloolting ths river Arito; ihe four Ifridt-eaate Seen, the Grand Duke's P�l:iceand GarT � �len�, .theOW I'alace, the Cathedral, bxiilt of various m*i-t)U�,the Tomb ot'thAOtaatMddici Family, with.other m-terestinfC Objects; a fine expanse ot the Vale ot Arno clinches the scene, bnunded.'on aH iiili-'s by Mountains, ST THOMAS-s Hosnn Al..     . MRii .GLINB atul, Mr.,. ASTLEY CQOPER w'ill "b-^ini;their.Coursei-�t ^ijatomic il a:id Surgical Lcctiues, on M-7)may.the ,:9ihinst. at one o'clock. THi:.>\TKli Of A-NA i:p,MY, CJRliAT WINDMILL- .  .    � � .-^ �si'R:Efe:iv ��'        �   '   - MR. WILSON will--WgTn"the Spi;l6g Course of his I- U t; TU k E S oh A'N A I'O'M Y-y I�V S10 LO G Y. PATILOLOGY, and SWRGjERVi on- Mtfjidayi January ioth, at I'vvooCIock........      .      �             . .1*radical Anatoiny and AnatajntcU Den(lo\)Strations in the f�o'enuuit.as usital � '   - ' '      � �:� � � ' PORT OF L lVMjttiln,AOHtW'A'l.L- RDCK; npHii Goniinutee for /;my^ the JL' Ads iif lVdrUament'for.rennc*mKJriircc�.ir!in6dii>wsand I,..!.... -..1...-------1..    I.     .-     -i-   . . .  on, rhiirs(U�y,4ie^j*tli J�nu�fy� .iKiSV^^^ th iHatailt, wUl queri,      ParticuJJfrr,'With a Vlan, nnav b.�. Mnn '*� the Vfnhc of ^'-^     worUs^ Guitdhall, where lurther u)  : �  i.- Ti/f^- BRASBRIDGE respeftftjlly.informs his XVJL Patrons andthe Public jn general, that he hai.set a dem for Rinfts'and Lockets, which bears a,St(iking Resem-Mance of the gallant and immortal Hero,- NlibSOI'I; the vnde of his Coont/y, and the .terror of her Enenjies; and �r..lirasbridRe flait-rs hiniseU. that this ornament wijl>ap-pearno,lfss*Jegagt than suitable to the jfrssfnt moment ot xevwenitat admiration and regret. ' No. 106, I'leet-streeti . - eLASSICS.-Wanted'in a large public School as CLXsSICA^'ASSISTANT, a well Educated Young Mait'who cattf produce respedlable testimonials ot bvs Moral 'Chara<�ler, as well as of nij Literary attainments.-, I^etiersy Bost Paid, addressed tothe Rev. A. B. at I, L. Siinmondi's, No.. i�g,Horborii-Hill, London.        . * - Tr� r. GREAVES respectfully informs his Friends VV and the Public, �hat he receives into hii House, ^hich is pleasantly situated on Glaplwm Conwnon, a jimited number of YOUNG GENTLE.\1 EN, ,to be cdu-�iatea ill the various branches of CO.MMtRClAU and �1 cLAS&tCAL- LE.\RNING .   All possible ah^ntiin WilI. ^HikeAJsebe, pjijl to- the^ mor^l andf reliRinus insitruelion, ai well'as to the health and comlortable accoiTti.incdalion of hts pupils His X*rms tor Tuition and Donrdatd Fifty Guinea* per dnvk\)m, sn* I'wb C\j�n*�i emt-anee.   Cartis siiecifying . othefcpatticulars fflay be had df M , Birchin-lane 5 by ''elrherofAwhom reference will be given, ifdesited, to persofls otth�fir�wq�^>ettabihtyv        . t.',    ; AHLLARD'S WAREHOUSES, AYKULfeSALE and .     Ria^AlTL.,^ ^ .     ' ,No,i6. CHEAPSJDE.     ...J T:11s, STOCK"ot the above Warehajwes bavihg recently JJientikcn,>-^ile*Pf{ipr':etiJr''wlfh a grateful sense of'tbeilistmguished public tavour^ith which he has b�nhaiItJiircd, -b^gs to mlorm llis Nobility, ,thc Ladies and ?/lcrchiiits otthe Mctropohs and the Uhncd Kmgdoin, thsr.; is to bedisp^sed of-tliree thousand yards ofrprinted mus^. ilNS "ami Cambrics, the sdrplusof thclaot season; a little so led, at i8d. as and as. 6d. per yard; wuha variety f japRaaV\d worked Mushns and Lawns cqnally c\ie,ip in I�rondi;tion, Tlie whole ot*l>e above, with-hvetliousind yards of iich furniture* lor beds, &Ci 10 be sold inimediuiely, �previous to tlie rich display of the annual new stock. Piece good$ a&'usual, ar the &bove warehouses, at tlu wholesale prices. Single pisce&ot curious Irjsh luiensand sheetings. Muslin by the single pifce or demy; I'reiicli cambrics, &c. Gold and silver muslins, 1 ndia*i>hawls^, atul curious wrought tombut muslinrf.' ;    > -~VNirLMU SOCtETY.OKElCE; - No. 4';, Goo."?ge-street, ' 1. :.enha.m-tOurt Road, removed "from No. i, Xork strejt,J;Ovent-Ga^en._ Estabh �   Nov 16. b'70,^tbr prafthding Subititutes in the Militia.  - nPHE-SUBSCRIBERS to this SOCIETY and X the Public are respttslfttlly informed^ the Bixiks a'e how open     recyve Subscniitiojis ,4orrt*ie pres?:nt year, ^ '� ana the billlotiiiR for the Mihtia havmg oe%ftnji�Kfel; iivAhe County of Middlesex, an early fenewalotttteir subscfiitipns is -recommenflwl.- l'efms :.T^Countie* .-of; Middlasex; in- ' cUidijtE Tower Hamlets, persons worth jiol.; i?s. j others not worth ATENTGahtle-iitoanted LEATHER SPRING "\ " Jt> SA'D'DLESi whicltt;re-qurnng private lessons, Miijiht at these. Academies lor One Guineii per ynarter, or suhooi vacition. 1 his plan p.iVti-cnlarly interests Parents and Guardians of youth waiitins j:en'e;;l ailion and ad.lress, but ekicdied ai schools.havii^ too few dancers to pay the.iiteiidancc of an emiiKut Ma-^ter. tamiliss.nf tW Nob'lhy', Gentry, and rcspetliibU Schools attended.-Ladies a^d young Pnitessors instruclcd liuvv to teach. _ ... � ^  To bt VV. R E M P rO RI L Y R ES(J LD, pursuant tn an . Order of the Higb fDuri of Chancery, made in a C.niise ' llaniliiie against- Nrirtli, b-efore J.VMliS SIANLEY, Esq. ona ot |h� Masters ot tlie said Court, at.tha Public Sale Room of-jtlis Court ol Chancery in ^guutliampton Buildmns, ChuncBry-I.ine, London, on Tussn.w, ttit; a 1st i riay;ot;|ann:iry inst. between the hours of one; and two in the Att..'rnoon, m one Lot, .A-,LEASEWQLD WHARF an;l PRE\7ISES, .iTx lately us;d as a Copper M.iuuraciory, situiie on the Hanksof^the R'iver:rhaiiics, in the P.insh ot Bittersea, ui the Countyaf Ssurreyva.id.lately hirthe occupation ot .vjet,srs. Ccet^sell and W,illiams,Copj)Cfa:mths. , , -     . '1 lie Person in.p'iiswsion will sh^wth-"; premises, .ml par-ticufers-onay be h"id t^iefxhce?- ot Mef,srs. l-,llison and IJawson, .White-ri�r.t-court,- Lombard-strajt.; ot Messrs. Price, Hrowne, and Bjv^n, No. i, New-.^tiuare, Lincoln's hin ; and (ifter the nrh J;inu:iry 1806) as the said .Masters Chambers in Sourhamptoii.lluildinKSafores.ud;      . VICTtTALLING-OrflCE, IJec.ay, i^S.. To DUILD ERS and AR-ft El C ERS in 'the DiV � EK ftNT JSR-MCHES i)f imn.DlNG. \ T^I-IE Commiisitiiers /at< ViSlnaUtng His. Majestys. fttnl4diiph �w.^'w.ir-T0///6 s'JCh:;pefsonsas -witl uudttitjkc Vo pertbrni the-scvcral Works v..'qui4ite in Vhe ere  be periormed at spetitij prices, and h> he paid tor by Hilln payablewithlnlerest ninJty days attsrdaie. > \     ,     .   . ,   � 'i/j/ CfiiiJiiioit of the CoHiruct miiylt'itn,ajfJ frimt.ipar-licli/arx of thi'ilVitJts m.ty li 'had at tbif UtereWy'i Office ; til tlJltOffieeifiaiif^igtiifMi, WMt, thf.lUitfeilttr' i,f.:Rcpahtttt Hivl^/lajiMy's Vic0Httbh%7'>fitilsfiXf Minth, jit O-ie O'clock, ti.ei nvtlt be leajy^ loti'eatJi^lh such fcseni  .i>ty, oi an .t^intjrt, h\my ,ti- �~     ^ OtFJCU Clfc OKDNANCI:", Dec. 17.-''t* 5. THE PrincipalOJken of Mis Mt^j^uy'i (^rdiiance do bencby ^^ivt iS'o/ice, that t'.ty ivul ^elt.^ Ly I'lf.lic Aitctiwi, at tor lower, on fundiy, the 2\tt day e/ J.inii.iiy nekl, b:t-weert Ifje, /ytutt  ;s. Leathern Actoiitreinsnts,names, Coliijrs, Itit'liatr tors, and various other .^rticU-s of Siidlery and Harness, liLinkets, Coverlets, Hamiauks, aud sundry other Arncles ot Uertuing, Powder Hom*am4 liellows. Cast, Unshel, and Lump Iroa, Copper, Steel, Sand IIhks, and varKnis other ."irticl s J thewhole^f ixhleb may be vieuvd (.pot applic.ition al j/jit Hmcitra'i/e Pri/:cijKii Sloiek.cpe''y OJiic, iii the 10Ker, until the }Oay f,j Sate, '.vhfre -printed Li'>ii~'(,f the L'^tt wii be dclrveied tutlia^e Penom ii'ho m,iy apply for the s.vne. Hy Oiaer cj t>e ^aard, R. H. CREW, Secretary. AUCHlTECTtlUAL ANf-IQ'jrTlES, PART III. T^vis Day is pnhlishid, in' Medium ^-Jarto, price 10s. 6J. � .and-lmpettal Qarutol witli-first impreswo'.ts ot the PUtes, -pnc-  i(i,   (i,onl,n.,rg a   niSjMKY   of   ROUND � OfVUUCHKi;, n\it'.i illnsVrat.ve Plans, Views, .ind He;-' vscrijitlons of the'Tfimpii Church, Lo.idon ; and the two , -fiwouUt CJjurche.vai- Noril)ainpt;>n and at Cambridge). T!.e THIRV) 1'A RT of THE' ARCFlri'EC IXIRAL   ANTIQUITIES of GUl'AT RRl     IN. Displaying a Seriesot Seled Engravings, repies.-rinm; the most biiautilnl, cuiinus, and interesiiiit; Ancient Uditices ot tins Country ; witliau Historical and Uesciii.t.ve .'\ccount ot each SuVijeit. . '�   .        Uy lOMN niUTTON, Printed'or Lwi^man, Hurst, Ree.S; and Orm-, P.iternbster row; J. lailor, Holboru; and J . Biition, Taviitock-place, �RuSfll-square.   Of whom may be had,   :   , .Thi FIRS r-and SKCOND I'ART.S of tlw above Work. ^TATE LOTTERY for 1S05, .contairing f 25,000 Tickets, Vesins Drawing .M.iniiav, Feb. 1, 18-6, The SCHE.VIE CONSISTS OF      ' Prizes of L,ae,oo3 5.00a 8 .20 Pni.-ont L.2,000 * :i,i>:C0 SOo Ac ....    . j,"vv i.-v   .....       s"o occ. And the first-'drjwn 5,000Tickets will be entitled to Jjl. each, exchisivi tit their Chance of'Capital I'.'izes.   - Tickets and Shares are on Sale byHA/AKD, HURNE. and Co. Stock Brokers, at their State Lottery OUice, No. qj, yndtr the RoyeU Ejtcbange,. London, wher,e, within the last ten Years only, .Cai>ital Prizes to tha amount ot goo.oool. and upwards, have Deensjld and shared, exclusive of ilioae of 5o>L and under. .     . Conntry Orders, accompanied with shorl dsted Bills on London, Post Oltice Orders, or Cash, la Parcel by Coach or Carrier, pvintlually attended to ;, and Correspondents may depend on being treated exailly on the same Terms as if personally present. SURE GAIN. TH()SE who purchase Tickets or Slwrcs in. the present Lottery betoie the Drawing bjjjms, and whose Tickets are drawn early, will bs sure to gam, as tUc first 5000 TickjBts drawn out of the Wheel will each be entitled to �it besides the usi^al chance for every Prize from. $ol. to 2o,oool. ; but should their Tickets remain m the Wh^el a*"t^v the 5,000 iitsi drawn are out,-they wilb.th?n have the sSme chante as iii every other Lottery for the lemauiin^ Capital Prlzgs. '  Tickets and Share are seilingir. great Variety at the old estabLihsd .Offices,:       4, eORNHtl.L, and?, CHARING-CROSS, Whereithe last 3 >,ooal. and the two hstPwzes 20,oqo1. each, wer� all,sh^jrcd and sold by . T. UlSH, Contradlor. . Tickets and Shades may also be haa ot the toUawing Milaar,. Liverpo' I : � Tiipnfs!)i\ Manchester Gainer, MsffKAte ' ! Diifiham & Y.allop, Norwich Mills, Portsiiiodth Ethojiu: ton; Uocliester Wunt, Worcester. Jj.J(jr)*-s, Bn-minaham rHh^ Call I le W. ^I'lcat, GLisgow lioBth, Glimcesrcr P.'M'CdlUn, C,r�enotk Rudtord, Hull 'iittk�r, Leeds ,*�* The Price will nseVadujily. G RAND LOT T F R .Y" begins Dra� I LBltUARY 3, ,806. * CHUML. 3 3 i � 126 �f �10 000 tOfOJO a,oo� I 010 ( .   $00 1.0 (.0 IS 5,(390 firjiiir(}^.T nri cbl. ajhovJntjhlt* -�>v} tte Vuhtadl|�wfl 1^9901 /Tjtlcat. afftcuritic^i ti3|j .        wigfstt'^w fbuiifry ^'a&rtT^fi'aWck (htU sliort-' ^KaMit�#MtoMi���i,Wb;)Orja^     a�|ors, ex?-CuUd onthusame lermsBslt personaUv.pttss�ivt. -        ' Money tor Arises as saoii Indrawn. Part or the above Capiml*.* t r�f|�.d-.�i, Ticket i�t D�y      .      ^lo.ocp Dttto     *    .     4th D.\y . "'jo 0*0 ,       -    6th Way '^'DlttoT    .    .   ,i,h Diy ('! OhS"'"""'* �Jiaresire tbttmi^at every Vcci^if^ J^o^'terj; !*Vp,fali. ^ '''""i^ of the SiVVMIVOFFICE, SOMERSiiT-PLACE. '. J�cccmberZ4, i8-^j. JE, his Majesty's Gommlssionersfor Miinaiii'\g V V the Siamp Duti>;s, duly authoris/d by the Lords Commissioners otlHS Majei>ty's Treasury, pursu-nt 10 .-Vet of I'arliiinient, tojrt tc>.tari:i ihe Duties granted by " An " Act ot the 1 wruty-fitth of his pre.�enl Majsstv, on Horses " let to hire tur traveUing Post, and by tuHe," do hereby give notice, ' That wiy intend to let, at our Office in Som';rs;t Place, tbe said Duties to farm, on Saturday the 2"5rh'ot January next, betwe:'n tbe hours at ten and twelve m thi toien.on. Within the ctwtB.-.t � undermentioned, fur the ter:n of't!iri;e years'; ffom the ist ot. February next, to such personsas may be willing to contrail tor thesame. , All persons inteni'mg to farm tjie said Duties ate to deliver in their proposals to us at ".Hi Suiinp-OHjce ifi iamerset Pl-tce, at least tiuee days ptevlous to the said i^tn day ot Jaiuvary next, signal wirn tii4ir hhjics, stating theulaees uf-their ab.-de, aijd specifying; they intend to bid tor the said district, or ihcM proposals tannat be pioceedid on, as directed by thes.n.l Ad. Nopers-ins licensed 10 let Hirses for the purpise of travelling posi, nor ani perso.ns for tlicir use, tan Uc ad.-nAicd to ccjnuactlor the.said iiuii';s. No, � DISTRICT to be let to Farm. 12. MidJlesex, including London    W-.stnimster L.48,000 Ail persons intcndmgto bid tortlus oistiid areuehired to take notice, that, in pursuance of the particular instructions of tlieir LordslujJs, It wll be put nj) at the sum specified in the inari'in hereof, which will be gradually abatt'd, until a biddmg shaU be made ; and, u,ton such bidding, any pfrson may advance, and t^>e highest bidder will be dechied tlie tanner, and will be requiri-d to pay down iinmsiliata^y, m Bank Notes, one-eighth part of the a;uiual rent there ;t as adejwsit; but in c.ise. tnedistrict sha;l not be accepted .It a puce which shall be oeeinert the prjper valuj theceo!, it will be withdrawn aiirt otherwise disposed ol. J. BlNDMiY. W. LAKE. �     , 'L lENKlNS. ED. F. HATTON. W". i<. Sl-l'NCER. This Day aie ijub.ialiei.1, eleganrly printed in y-jario, and - rllustrated b).- Maps airti ,otner tmiravinjjs,   by Heath, MitchiU, Stc. price il. us. fed. m Bo:trds, �   � npRAVELS  in  E.URQPE,  ASIA MINOR, X aiid ARABI V. Bv J. C;!UFFlTHs, M. D. , Mctnber of the Uojal Medical Socieiy of Edinburgh, and of Siveral l-oreiKu Literary bccicties. PrintyUor P. Catiell aiidVv Davies, btraiid ; and P. Hill, at l.dinvtbuigh. �__' ' ' this D.iy are ii4i)Ls!ie;i,ii Four V.ihunes, bvo. wiih a Nnni'icr ot Eiigr.ivint;s, Price 1 wo C;v�in.as m lljatds, qPHE ELEMENTS of NA'IURAL or EX-X- PERIMENTiL PHlhO^OPHy. RyTlUERlUS CAV.AlLI.O, F R.S. &c; Piiiitfd fur T. CadeU and W. Davies, Str.ind. Of v\ho::i may be had, by the samc^uih/r; an Es.-ay on the Mediciiiul Properties of factitious Airs, Svo, js. in Boards.   - CRITfCAl. RFVlEW.   - IT is already:known, that in February, 1804., the CRITIGAL REVIEW tl^M^ed its I'ropinMr. It thin became the sole projierty ot an individual tuo independent to beinoved by dishonourablo mfiuence; He has already laboured 'With suicess so remove fJie poll-tic:il and religious stigma, which, whether deservedly ov imi, Ind long anh.Tcd to. this publication ; and now ag;iin pleiUrs lumselt to coniinue Ins most sireiviotis sUppcrt to t!ie civil and religious institutions of hiscoiintry ; in doing which, and in rpscuiii)} his Review froiu all extemal influence, hejbelieves hmseif to discharge a duty of some impovtance to scciaty, and Of \Jte greatest importance tolit-'ratun*. -In the c�mmentem*iit of his iindert.'tkng, he refrained IViim. wakniRjpromises to tho public, which- would now be jUsiifr:dby the strength cf t,.ilent which daily present* jio-.-lf 111 aid oMiis-cxei'ti!in�, "Ircni nf n distinguished by their Tsnkim society, 9s Well .as in liteiaxuie. Elevated by this Haircrinnand Iniiourabb v^^op.S'WMoni .he.is imt undfrthe usual tsmprations to'accept of gro^s s.?tirei^orc4hiinni 'by crueity, like^ppri^iiiin in:thf .cha5�i - to fiscl �n�l efljoy. their -unless existeiice.   ��',   , V � �' ^The reader muit thereforc undsrstand^ that in the Critical K�viii;Yit>.ii ts)it)t;ituei)de^ to btnuse .hiot with the tortuie or crucifixiohiotgcpius;. Talepis ill ^rciitetl have e�er b�ccme ^IntCftstiitR'V andl t.'\6 Propfrietor hopes\al\*ays to bcir i;i(miiul thtsei�iitKnt�o�v the gr^at^Mvltoiv-f<, As {eod'almid^.t kill a mai^4S JUU ,a;.ioiscoyerer wiit te ciifHi'tJ'� ihs sajd RJiwftrdv and will alio receive His .Mijcs'y'^ iito^t graciv>us Pardon. � ' ThetAm'r6asv*Mii tiie V. vi;:-,-.k Tiain.' On TUESDAY, theyth of January, The Pensioners t;oin the 1st, 2a, auti j4 Re5i.-netits of Foot Guards. .tin WEDNtSD.VY, the Sth-of January, 1^ PeUiioners fiom ttie ist to the jid Regunents cf. Foot inclusive. Ort FRIDAY, the l�'h of January, Those from the 33d'to the 68ti� Rffgim;i.ti ot Foot latlu-sive, �; ��'.,������.� bn SATURDAY, the iith of January, Those from the 70th to the 135th Uesinients ot Fo.ot incfu-sive ; also the Pensioners troui the y-aeen's Germaii InEwI-.ment, the African Corps, Loyal lasti, Lmd StratU'Vcn';, Ma;o:s Waller's. EUord's, andiFisti's Corps, t.ie y,'.i;er-.'a Rangers. Fencible Corps, Royal Ga:rL�wi Baiiaiisr, Cinque Port, and Lancashire. Voluntcexi, the Royal Hospital Corps, with the Militia. On Mi'NDAY, the 13th of Janiwrv, Those from the Royal Veteian Hattalions, at 5d per dicm, and those .tIso who have tr.c increas.il Pension ot Nnu-pc-.vc;, and ()ws Shilling, per diem; file PeiKioijsrs tioni the Indepcnd.-uit Companies �fi Invalids, ReduccJ Re;::-mertts 0/ Marines, and Lctteimen, the Serjoams iV^m tje Foot Guards, at Nine-pence pciDicin, the bcrieanrs. Cor-poraJs, and Private Men, who iecs:ve the incteicd P-nsoa on account of BUndness, as siao the Serjeants uisbaiiucu iT'-^m thd late liidependant Couipamss, who reeeive is.-per day with the Private Genrlcneu '^Hi receive Aiinuitsts Iruir. thi; late ist and ad Troops of Hqrse GuitJs. And-that all Out-p?a�*.nsrs ^as well Letterm?t> as othes; belon^ui^ 10 the saui Hospital, who hVa.il .i greate.-disran.e than twentvr-five miles from Lonrljn, a.id :;;.-se in .'scotiard and Ireland, are hereby required and cominaiuied, alter ti-e a^tii June next, and after everv succcettu-.g 25th June, aiiil 25th December, until furtt-.cr orcrrs, m ap,-.;v 10 e;;e of His Majesty's Justices ot tne Pcjc? 1:1 the .Vc;j ;b niriioiu where they rcH-.te, and make the f .�'lo\vti.^ .-Mii-.^iv.;, w -tltcsai i Magistrate tor tne Couoiv, Citv, iii-ioug,-., o: befire whom the I nsioner appears, will ii-n an.i cl :te, " Came before me, one oi His .'..'.-jjes'vS J;!^t,l..-s '.' cf tl'.e Peace for the Countv or , iru :v, ij^r >,;.', " that lie was sdniitied an Ou;-pensiorer ol l ji:i>ea ; .0 j>. " tal,oiit!ie dayot ,17    , cr u  , n-.n "        Rejitment of , coinnwuUd t>y , W.1s tlien aged yens, wis discharged ibr " and that he IS no otherwise uovid-.-d tur by ih? ri-.>;;., " but as a Pensioner of the safd Hospital, aiiu nu.v lives m " the Parish of . in tne C.unty 01 . ' " Sworn before m? this        luivot i'->   ." The AfJiUavit, drawn according :o tlic above fcriii, n>; w ;iiul attested by a Magistrate, is to he pus up ma cover, .ird i>iu :he General Post, directed thus : " lotho Ui>;iu ;lon. tie Payimster-General, at th?Hr>rseijuards,.Lom.ioii " .niil tj mark in tlie corner i>ft!ie cmeer" Chel.^erl ^t'ension-ir:!' Altiui-vi'_s."AsidCoU!MC;parts,or Duplicatesof the Said .\lh^(;^vlts, a re'to be reserved b) (the Out pensionersrespectivelT, tube i-x-hibitea to such Peisons as shall .V directed lo pay t.ieu, t:'jr . they may besatished, tUat allsiiciiasniay ciaim Out-:>-';:j!oi;�, are the real i'ei-sons ei.ntlcd to receive ihe sayie.  .".hd 'o t >.� end that tl:c ComiiiissiGnersto: ti-.e .uLtirs ct'uhcli.w til niav be satiahed that tne Peiis;oiie.'s are the same Pers 'in who liave passed th.ir Uxamiiunon, it is hereby t.irti'.r-r direcleti taat siich of them who have served in. andh.v.e been di.-scbatgjd from .inv oi the RcgUBents,.ar 1. '^.-percent Con: - iiies of Invalids, arenjt to iiiotioii in their-.�\;.Hi.ia.ii� such Regiments or Company ot Invalids \n wnuhti-ev sji \ -edlast, but the'Regiment, Tr^op, or I o ps ot tur A.rinv lt3m which ihev were tic�i diachatgetl ana lecommer.d;.!, aal recsivetl at CheUea Hcsiiitfll. " And as 1' ' " at ths end the hallSyfarlv Aflidavits ot those who live at a distanec-, it is hereby OKkred anddiretleii, th� no Person nhoshiui ciante the Plaoe ot Iws abode given m at his ftjuster, or sj^criS-d m his'AlHtiaVlt aforesaid, and vvh.^may .-mplyior.lus IVosioi., excepting to the Othcars ot F.xciw't&jr.^'t such pLiec yf And as the genernl Payiitents in Cfeat Britain and I -cl-ud, the end pftheensijtir^six inoirhs.artgeiierally rsr-alTe-i by He Placet! ol Resutttice mentiuued by the Pensir>neis. w.i ^ -..t,-lustered a^Xlielsea in petson.aiidm the botiv ort.'ie itrccei^'i-i allfiyearly AWiifuvirs ivt hn-:c w.�i� l.v.. �� ptaicnt; and that it any i>enMO>ier >halVIr��itWstt5�i:J v a:ie:.i : toiWeive adoiible payment otths l''en:'i3n,c:*h* atA-hciji-., or at difTereiit places; slull, be stuwck ott me L��S,. Lastly, it is Kotittad, that nnu; will.hei^ftjt^jrs-l ci-.v:-^ the Par-Lists of the Hospita!.. or tie enJitie.t to V^eiwe benefils tlierefrom. who sJiall no: .i;t agnwihrj'^ t > r-'i::e Orders and Directions, pariicul.uly sn S3.i  other D>spar m��ts. -       G..M;-^i', i    {jctrttavy ano ileei> ] Roir C iS?'NCE OF eOLTSFvKiT. 'T-'HE Herb COLl^FOOT, caUcATus^Un1 !� r JL theAhctenti, wis� an annual appcintnieitun.reichen New si� wniiine but ^f'.�>^tf w tich Iui�a tij b�'r�      iv Jit. Gael's," lyraVef* I tJiri   

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