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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 7, 1806, London, Middlesex                                . TUESDAY, ^ yANir^RY 7,: 180i. .   '^-TfiB-iTitlV R(>YALi l)Ri;iRY.LANK. T^msmF^KNT^EVE^lI^IG.their Majesties' X Servants     I rfM a new Cninfedy, calie'U 3   '^i THJE^.'it'HOOL Ft)R :f KIENJ36. . . The Chambers by Mr. EUistgiT, Mr. Wwughlon, Mr. fiarrtn'Arr, Mr. Dtwy'ton, Mf. Math4w�, Mr: Uartnir^Miss' Pope.lHrs. Jordan, Mrs. H..Siddi>ti$, Miss MtJIon. AUCTvvHkh, aniw Grand l.ejtendary Mein-Diama, called J.        THESLIiEl'lMaUEAUTY. To-morrow, The Cabinet.   On  IhurSaay, T he School for Friends ; �t"�er wliicli, a Cento, adapted to the occasion, JrRmtue^cretlMvfSicoJHamlcI; 4;c. asa s-lemii tribute lo the memory ottUe immortal Nels in. ' �,. " HIS PRESENT EVENI-NQ will be perform.  JtJTiN ilUl.l>; or, An CnRlisliraan's Fir^-sidft, Thed Kinf{dom, there is torbedi�'pasefl.of three thousalid yards t(f (printed MUS-I 1N$ and CAMBRICS-, the surplus of tltelast sjaskin, a Iirtjpfoltd, at :J?d_?s andts. 6d, per yard^. with a variety of japan add workrU Mu.slins and lawns equally cheapin proportion. The whole of the above, Vciih five, thousand >ards f-iichfttrnjruies,top beds, Ac. t� be solct immediately, f>rem{i�t tisjhas ilr�ady. Jab^prcd with succesatorempvetiiepoli-tiMl and religi9us stiKsna, which, whether deservedly or not, liadlopjVdhsiW R� tliii publication'; and nowajniiEJitledjtes tilmsalt to.^pptifiue ins most streiiupus suppnrtid^tne civil and'religiou^ins'liiiitioiis cJf his country ; in doing,winch, and !n rescuing his Revipw from Jilt external influence, he|believes Hcmsetf 10 difcliargc a duty of some importance to society, -�iiil6t'>lie^r'tti'tMt:j.-�iporti]ncetoKteMture. >     . tejlh9" commencement of hij und�rtaHnu, he rejrained tiiiljciii^ pMmifcs totha (jublic, which would hKw be ^tisrifietl by th% strength of talent which dailj^, presents itself in fidot his eKSfiV'iist trom ni^'n distmguisned by their ' .raiifc Tu society*,'as "well  as in literature.   Elevated by this flattcrini; and Iwtiouwblc co-operatioivhe is not under the ti$�ia(lnnp.t^tions.,to^ccf pt of f;ro$s saOres or cilumnies-the 'V*fV^('i^'3hmei(i- of' imppteiu- mohghity->er the entertaui-c mtiitbf itnlolent^-feadets^ .who m^st be roused by cruelty, ^lil^^gnrtsgncn Jn the cbf se^ .to feel aiid enjoy th?ir useless VheT^dermust'iJKrcfoi'e onderstan^.that in:the Criiict RftTiew, itifrnot>iliteiidedUo;an)U�e lifijo tviih the torture or erucifixion of gtmus.  Tafents ill treated have ever become interesfini;: and the Proprietor hope's ajways to bear tnfniind . �J* i^MJitieWS of �hegreV Milton-� As'^dbd alinvt kill a able creOTurei GodVtmaRe^ but he .who desi'rovs a gdoJl . � *ao!tf;M(iHsrea^oAiisilfV      t|�e injii^frof tJod, i�U were in.fiferyft;| atays'^'tfiTiifi rather than.aJ^fc,'' ; -fho'ugh he Will-be atiiduously direful iioi�to repress the^xe'rHanB ottjienius',. or to idaDip the wings ot^iancyi their ec 'oin ^divinesr anU^visionaries A few completf JHsof the. wew,"since It has ^n. iti'the Kijimlf pi'the present Propitetor,' may siill t>^lhvl^^.Mr^JMawm8Il'|u.�, Poultry, to ijljich^tfceall/ omtiwinicationjirnusf lJ�.�firecV4.,       '        �      ,V. Of MONEV.-It ir JIh.uniycr. i JUOAN,Malmoi �t\tire e/JtetriptMifl! tlfc ' pan ?*, itom ipeihtnieiir'i . .-..^ ... ^.......AClgO>l,.cWi9i� JSiabfeWm, an>f!hAta,-toiMiMe )'!.I.VEHq. of the MitWlc Temple, _ ,     _H�rri�wat Law. . . Dutcect�oc :J. Gtnj^er, J3S4, Str�nd ; R, Ha^�' ster, Strand i Lindsell, VVimpole-street; Walker, CouihiH.       Dedicated to the Karl'6f MOlKA. On the i5ih Ii.stant, will be pubUblud, ui Tvfo Volumes; Cr�wn Oilavoj price i6s. in Boards, emoellished witlj a. PrtTtralt etched by Flttler, troma Pamtln^by .Mlihghaih, ; '^-'HEiLlFE of .THOMAS DERMODY; inttfi ^ A spcrsed with Piecw of oiiginal Poetry, many exhibiting unexatnpled Prematuriry ot Oenuine Poetical TalefStj and containHTg a seiies of Corrcspoudenci wUh sevetal emuient Charadlers. - v :  ByJAMESCRANT RAYMOND, Printed for Wm. Miller, Albemarle.street; and J. Archer and M. Mahon, l>ublin> 6nihc jjthinst. will be published, printed in double columns, wiih a new clear typei in t\v6 volumei royal oc- taVo, price. il.ioS. in extrahoHrds,- "THE'DRAMATIC WORKS of .WJLI4AM A SHAKSPEAREt enibeliished with vlRnsits Title-paKe. rajtiS and with^ihat work, fortns the te&tarbliedion of EnglMh plays, comprised in rthe smallest compass, an^ at the most treaaotiable price i)i(her{o offered to tlie public. � ' trlnVed tijrWitJiam MilUr, Albsmarle'-straet'. This i;av; was publTshedi' GENUINE ryiEMOIRS of LORD*>JEl,SON/ ' dedicated, as his Life was rievated,toKnig and idouuiry.  .By MLUARI^lbON*; With the assistance of original and aurheiitibated Communt* cations from the d-.'are$t of his lat^ Loidship'a Faititly and frleiitls.      r :,,�,.�,..,�� '1 hitlifeoftLord.hretson win be beautifully print*edin{Svo. at 1^ Ranelagh Press; enriched with a valuable Portrait of h�� Ixffdslup prainted by Sir WilliiAfi Beechey � and'published, with permission', of the Pr4|Uietor�, for tlx; accoinpioddtion df persojis of all ranks send rieserlpiions, wim may be.tlike inMlt iina, .J mottiki Navallfero, in Pen Weekly  Parts or Ku^nbeis:, at"^ 'OheShillingeach. by C*.ChappH,66j-Pall Mall, opposite St. James's Pal� row, Kussel-square, Lomlnn. Sold als^by J. Asperne, 3a, Cornhill; Messrs. Parsons and StMi, Lud|ia   9.36*   -      10,004.      �9�$j6  .     ,.?.oeo  Cesi:Ies others of of 3,o�ol  i,bool. fool. &c.'&c. G RAND  tOTTERY beginB Drawing >EBRUARY 3, tSdS. ^ r-' J'" .-120' �'lO^OJO ' *  (Olt ,:0 5,0fta First-dr.Ticketsaz :- �j 000 T-ckets ,^60.. oa -Iftooo �   6,00a \ 9,900 10 o�> $i�0>    6i. .._ ..,,,farJyiPurcbajeis'|dvisert;^�;tte Wrst, kefs wiirbe entitled to z^l. e*dt, feeiides'tfteM- chat)c�ef Hrf <;'apitaly,. - " '  .;    '       -- <^ARJJH�tts�.forthc HOW0tsk�, ftejifd i�REVBrHJr A TIQfl'li�gto'i�imtthcirsiiicers'thaillM. t   thelutul. Alttistanc* ^hich'ttijf neijthbours at�nrtled, ih'vitiieaw^r-tp� t6(BV�'the^took�v4te. b�ltmsini;^o,tIiwirjCou6ein/ Ito^^^ the iiUV4Ke|:of the fiKwhic^ Mnfouunatcly took plttrat the.w�teh�tfBe;  Ltovo'*^ Dec.-1: TVyf^NY applications liaviiig been tcceit iyi.';tiie relatives of OfTiccrs and Jtfen wKovhaVi njs M%$ty'* StSfvlcc, �ii-i^ni��i;paiiie^ wttli. pftipei z o a? 19 jt 9 7 " 4* 4 a 4 It o ^'ATRtoTlC yuJUiJ. ; V Ltovo'sji � Dec.-i^,. i�i5'^ (cceivci) frorft haVrtaMeii in , _.. pwpnf-tfesjtimo* Cufiimittee i^dout ttiit mode of glvmj; qotice, ih�t af&espeitied pf-the itelatioti In whteh tliemlntaiits ^ drcease4,arid of t^eir eircumsiancet benig such as leitr to relict/ signi;dj>y the'Magistrate, Clergyman, or iotftetitber {serattn of reaptCbbitity, in tlse place where ' thej'r^^Ue.  VVidows are requested to rattrtioti the number of tiMirthildreiv, vittb their fespeitlve ages; aad -Pareiits to fufii^b^roolttbat tlvBde^easad fjSft.neithwWidow nnr Child. Navy My OWceCeniticateisofthe partVs liavlngbeen p!t. 'llmi�(t'C9 receive the wages of those under wh.jniltey cUiin, nvUlbeiWsidered sufiicicnt eVidence 0* their being the legal Kiprtrsf^tives. J. P,. WELSFXJ^tD, Srcretaty. AmouHtof^New Subscriptitmsadvertised    iC''38,44o 10 ,6 Sta haHChurchiadditional subscriptwa St; tWmeiiceChurch,' Appleby. Stwry, by ftie Rev. Wm. Peers  . 'ling, Wwtwich* by Mf ., itchbiirn � �    �     - ;ieiitenai>t Rt. .A.tjio);^'. R. N.     % I he OravescndViluBtecr Artillery . Mr. CooJ�, farmerly^�'^^^tK'r(tt the Cofps 10 10 o a 0 7 1 I II I   I J.   I p r 21 O 19 10 6 10 00 o 5  S � .Kellows, per Br. E. Adams^N.       "'"-t.^...... ...       r ;TheiVis!i,of MiltoA, ittHtOraV^aend       : One day's psy oh Captain Wafsbn'S Company of LovalStap ehurst Volunteers, Kent Henry Edmeads, N.ursted WiOiaia Yacheli, Esq. tier Messrs; ,Hoarc    . . Afetit-l^bifYs of t^^^ a*�ieBrr.diB�g(;ain,ntarMilei�ia Turnpike JosiahSpode, Esii. Smke P�(te*y�,^ta(lbrdshire TJie Servants emploiyisd.uitiu.abont'MiaiMliisdory, wettar** eamirtg- ' ^-.-i.u^^^-^^^-i.^-^. . Wooteiilluiidretl North Troops of Oxfordshire Yeomaury Cavalry, per Cap'tain Uowlcs     . EarlofMansfieW     .       .       .. OHtCers^ Non.enmmissioned' Omcers, and Privates of the Bullington Troop of l>xfordsbire Yeomanry, by Capt. Sir CbristophetWillougby, Barti' .   � ,� .     '      . .   ��� 26 11 2 a; 5 5 20 I li . S: 10 10 6 5� 5� ^ 4 J. B. J.K. 20 lit S 8 o per George Hyde, Esq. of Old Burlington-street . . . , . 10 ID G: M.   ^     , �      i It Rev. C. E. .       . . .  .    5 o The Officer and Crew of his Majesty ILred Armed Cutter, Earl Silencer       . .        ,     12 12 P.anac, Taliourdin ,-      .       ,       ,     ,1010 C; Watts      .   .   .       .       .        .       ,  I Holland, Waistell and Hor(o.�v . � . 21 o Rev.:Carles HUftlie^, Retbrof Bermondsey  !iinuct ^KHiWIColIett, Esq. Capt. W.IStnellieand l-rienJ'i, Great Grimsby      .   - iohn Dean, Ross, Herefordshire        . Irs. Dei^O, ditto, ditto .    . 'The Officers, Noivcommissioned Officers, ani : ' Prifates, of Captain ProCter'.s Lamb's, ad Wat>Oii's Companies, of Rye Cinque Port Volunteers              . . . The Oilieers,Non-comfi)issioiied Officers, and .   B/j|v{it �'illi�ip Creeill.hiiq. Old Pafx'p Head, Rochester, ail Subscript ion �J. T HaScoH (Ulj! Of �ight J . - Jame^ frilewood, fte^lot of Sible Hediugham, 'Ifssex       ' '    -jMr.UeijaBBin Kelly      - . 'ohn Abbott, EsuvCaiiterbuiv        ' ""as'-FoXi UlsAeuii Waltfiioa, Hants    ,      , Anna Mtlru BaiidyiritKlt of Uorsington, (inefthiii?V-1.;.       � ' . � � - J^utttf^ho^^ekT - . �    __>h; SnHkrr, and Co. TjMaes Holland, amifMi'. Hamer, of Rochdale Mrs. Danby       i-:",. -Geof^e Kerr, Maste^ariner  Owen.|o>Jes"^v-.v - TJie -VoluNtcers of Lympstun, evonshire Jphii HaosiMi, Ironmonger awd i.ocksintih to his 10 1 14 45 2 S 10 ..a 10 10 10 4� 2 I 14 11 X I 53 �5  7 14 10 10 1 18 5 10 4 4 2 . I O o 10 4 4 � 2 . I9 10 10 l� IU$'   o lu to 10 10 : � a .. a la o 20'  o Majesty^, ^luiott-sttttet ' I'.he WwrknMk�inei4|ed in Mr. Hansoa'a Ma> . ^   nufadlorj^ �    ' -  '  own Sabscript'-^n and that 10- le .0 .^l   ^bPlbe'SljipWrijhts *vuiki|i^iu^isy�iu, BtUt-Tiituntec?C>t Tiita T^^^ttul, in ------,.'Ullilin^.r:-..-^',.r         ....  .- ,. , Si|bsciipilonfiM|i^hft. le�f� , ' - -        -   * 6 r to k> 18 -6 ,, a-. 1�  o 10   o "I 9 t a o o Tke  OBTcert,  Jfon-commissVAse*   OIRfceH,      , DrumsTiersj andPft�J�tM: fth� CWrtn^^^^  tery Volunteers, onedi*'* payi by Mir^Tlj'A ., mai Mefckeltoutult -       v^.         7;: ? e-^ The fcKnijierand inhabjlawuof CHMneri,,Nbr-!,y' fiM, byJ.S. Hewitt v    ; ij     -9 Lieutenant George; 8ull^i R, N,��   -   ;    '  Jvjji   'Unknown .    . .-    /       - � ��'j^. t � ;.,-- . fbf Tnoops. ?�t4blbh� t� the Board of OrUr. nance-ati-meseodf ' -   ' �      .. �4 � Rev. Sir Jam�a5tanliam.'ltart/9fWinibdrlie  " Rev. J.Daltori. Pitcomb, Sometsetshits        .   �s� o John OHKon, ESkjt ' <      -     -  ^  i �riersv :id Piivaten, fa-.ins 'ifri tf't^-^ Somh Sn�ti�f4 ham Vufiml.etSt by-Wm. Taylor, Cwptaiu Reir AdihIrWl PWvIip      ' - - The DeptfotdOfid^ of Yeomen Cavalry Mts. Viontrs '<  -    i �     .     f The Misses Rujleft. -   . Dr. Slwfflieusi. 4�hysici�n Eitraordioary to tbe ' Sir HefiryCarr. IblMWarBart;.   '       ; r ^ it^re^ti^S^^j^gS^^ JnTownawdCqUatry;  "       _; - .^j,-^^^   ' To BUILDERS and ARTIFICERS iiithebl If FERENT UK.aNCHES of IIUILDING. " THE  niishners /of Vi^niiUtngHU MapHy'i Navy dohtrely giveNetict^T^'^trJnd^ tbe ijtbuf y^ttuafy Hext, that "wUl it ready In neti-ot TtUitcrt inxvrU'iilif (ttaltiT'upl, amf treat auch-t>ersoiit as Will'tin(^al.'e to perforin the several Works it-guisite jn the erection �nd completion ofaUUlLDI1siG;r4esi�i^�df&r aPf^KTABLE : ^ iff lo 14 "t. "i �   t     t .te-Jo tits o afterdate. nmerydays Tif Conifithns of the Coittrtict mxy lie stiit, an,i-pnntidfar. So regani vtillbe bad to a�yTendenin inhich lf)e VtieeAhail not be insetted in tuonis athigth, �c that shall Aot be delivered to the Board bejwe � One c'rlnci, inMk SJi.S Frfdwjij, tbt^,\-)4M   > *f'January next, nor'unlets tir perirn whi laiikes Uie Tendtrt or some per tan en bit kebalf, oMnds, to anivrer .tiSben called fif. VICTUALLING OFBICLE, Jan 6, i�a6. THE Commkiianert far VittunUing Mtt MaUuj 'f . Naiy da hereby give Notice,- That on TuejJay, ibe itub � instant, tbey tvill be readf la rtcel^e Fendi't in �:vri'r/ngf sealed up), nnd treat Jor 1>NE HlJNDRl'D IONS # IRON l'f..A'rE H(J0P. T-ftfird, and to be paid Jer ly Bills p^ulle scrtb interest njnety days after date. - � ,    ' Tbe CottHtioniof the. CoiHi^rtgitii Satnpifi't/ri^e O/tptimiy ic seen at tfytSecretaty's Office. - No regard 'UitU ie b.iili>d^'Te/!derin wl'icb the frite shall mt be Inserted inwrdtat lentg/i,  i Day itfSdIe, ivhere printed Lists of ike Lots viill ti , deliwedtothoseJ'ertQniV'io.ifiay.applyfcr.tbesame. By 0) --t:iil by Dicey and SuikWi No.-to. Bow Church-yard ; and Retail'by f'. S3nith^I^ajm'aTkrt'' ; F. Newbtrv.'Si; PauPSChurch' � rutt. Royal Exchange ..       -    J      --------a- ,  - -   -� '    --- -        � ^"Miwif* vard ; Ward, Holborn ; and IJ -con and G >. �(id ^Atfrne. and Co. Oxford-street; and every V�nd;;r.of Patem Medicrns ifi tins Unita:l Kingdom, in.Botilesof is. g.l. �s.-an* iis.-et6h ;  also inPmt Bottks at azs. by wiu�h there is. a considerable. , Savingv '"�-. - To the afHxlfcl witn      ' COUGHS, ASTH.Vi:^S,^diid'CONStfMPTlON.S, To Mr. l-oRo, .Apothecary and Chyinist,' SIR,-Your Ford's PeaonilBalsHOiof Hordioimd, is rto'fhv ot praise.-Seversl psisw* that were very.ill vkith Com^hiv and 1fcr� persons m CprtSMmpiionj, in' this iieiehb �rhooil,lwvc h^en cured by i�is ."lealms ijualities : - a Mis, Dexter,;of Unw.ir, neatly sixty ye.-i'f5 nfage, hadb�en 6�ntiiinl toAtrbsrl tor a considerable Mni X>r4$ .Ne�l^ry% Paul's Churclioyartl, London; and most^Jiedic^a renilersin . -..... '"as. s-f. and v?. tfaeunitediKhi^om, in Uqtttesat 4s.,6ii.: tid;each.�. . .  �       .:.,.-/,.,   . For � H1} UM ATI s MS, 6T".< AIN/, CHILBJL.VINS." -   -        Dr. STKEK-SsbPVrjLLD'OCT*     ' qpHTSlMcdtcine, ftiim ir^ wamt� penetrating wid att� bawi xc^Jent romedv 33 3 f aess, stittiwu'Or weakfleit^;prttU^ftTtSculaMy ifccomtneniled fcr. Chil~," btains; and.iC>�satl"in tnu'? it, ivi>l iKeve�ti. tr^if.lireaVi ; bat'httihlrta*e it shouldbexlusoivrd ^an hMita fvana: - TbP�eiiuiik*4�potte>.dtH: wivp W�i ipA 9tM only b. N8v�bjry^niSons, No. 45. >:t.JVit!P*-, c^^tlltCtn^t^ (Jiublit:, whkh in the nmnesot i>i. 9tis.-rs,'9i,Ch^(iiii aad Mr. Nfwfc��yv?"'� trauditlmtiy litsde iRse of, pu ar; requested to ubserve whc'Iv-t iiw words " Fj N( No, 4j,'St.;PaMPs," be enjitjved in the �t�*np; it preparafiosimust hesp.urii}-*inC^ b?rry,;bo�>k4.ll*riavthec�'r,erol UMdjjajs strtet.     .� ^* "   

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