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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 8, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THl-AT:'fi .R.')Y.\1., OKUUY.LANK. PRESFNT. IiVI:.KlW'. iheir Wlajeiitic* Sefvar.ts-\vil!�'> a  Co nic Oi' f calleil � ______J Or - JHE CAHINli 1. ^1 |b, Mrs; H.SicWi)ni ; and Flotrit, Sigri*r.i   luifjic-!;. T wlTi�hwiJl tie?f tlW Handsome CirV of FLORENCE aiulisbeautiftiJ KN VI RONS,j?cner ; late .-Jwful Erupiioit of Vouvnis, andmany i-ignres.  Open from Ten nil I>U!.kv . flEW .M.ui<;. � IRGEj " Tolt Nelson's Kqeir," for four voicesj _ als6 irran^i'il fo'ra sinj^le. voice, wirk a Piano F.orte accompaniment, the words bv^ t/is V. wles, set ti? mt�Sicby T, AMwood, 0rg wri's Vocjil ahd Instrnijifntal Works.   Ait ongirtal Air, with varialLonsi by J. B. Cramer, 4s,   Flute. and PJan% F(>^(b<;Music;  Kus�an Air, with variations, pr-ce a�. 6ilw  fpUflcas A Gentlemen of any j�;s who have never lairnt i)iat:.aieoii)plishment, or mt in lthc''present twhtonvtfndi whoAvage nr rauR WAefit an objecl" '.N,rovleaiii:perfe6|ty private. ' .And: .t"orfit\�ers^. Oliicer*^ or cjumry rcsidenti io.w4wwv.ume. t� � ^jc^iti'd^HsIttiaHsiy tompTctejl. '     YeuJJif Ladies and Gentlemen- also, under fourteen, not re-cumnj; private lessons, taught at these Academies for One Ouinea per Quarter, or ichool vacation,   f'his plan particularly TAterests Parents and Guardians of youth warning '- Renteeiaihdn and address, but e'fiicated at schools having too y few dancers to iMy the attendance of an emiiKni Maoter. Families'oF the Nobility, Gentry, and rospfeclable Schools attended.'^Ladies and young I'ruf.siiors in�truded how to teach..  '     ', '     :       , T AW.-T-A Gentleman-who served his-Clerkship 3JJ in the'Country, and has lor several year?- ^inoe been in one ofthe most'respedable Olhcfs inTown is desirous of treating.with a Gentlemancf extensive pnidice (who may �wish for assistance or retirement irt iiis projession) to super-inlend the busiiuisS o'f anOffice in thi Country (or a fiw years, where he may ata future period"bf come an aitivc part-ner. ,Any of the Western Counties wjU be preLrred, aiicT un-esceptloiiable references as to eharaftsr and caaueduns given ami required. *      '       .      .. - Letters,' post  paid, addres'ed ;to M''\ bond's. Law .Stationer, Inner i'eiripMA aidy aOended        \     ^ ^/ MONEf.-Messrs. LUCAS and Co. hzQ leave to inform those th|i n^ay l>e in wadt, and desirous of borrowing temporary or permanent Sums of Moiiey, and pos.seised ofwvy assignable property, that they mav be,supplied wiUi aiiy.^uniou �nr aiid eauitable terms, by payintc an adequate Annuity Interest for ihc samcj As also man;y  wiUhe advanced to tiiose of known property, on iheir.per-. sonal security. � ^ Personal appUcations ire.daily received by Messrs.- Lucas andt'o. at-No. �, James^street, Adelphi, Strand; and letters (posr-pajd; answered without d,;lay. . . . .RUS'-Ii' INCLOSaUKIi. . WE theCoipmissioners-naraed in and .appointed by an AiVof Parliament for Inclosing Lands in tlie Parish of l p,'orthsrwise Riselip, in ths Comryot Middlesex, Pohetcb); jftve NtHice that weliave murlceil a'^d set o\n certain Parcels Parts of tne Open and Connnon i';old5 wilhin the iiBid Pans.'i,Avhich we propose to scU by Pdhlic, Autfion, atthe Hoiisrof NJatthew-Sa'.ch, thc-CJeorps Inn, in the Tcwii of Kuinlip,  licitors, New Inn, London; at the Geortie-lnni'^Ruislip) and at Mr, Sedgwick's' the Audiojieer, Rfckniaaswqrthi vvhera printed PanicuLi's may alto be had Six J5^�yS pfevious to Hie Sale ; andat tlie I'fincii'ial liihs ihttlw NciRhbourhodd; and may ^e viewed 011 applicaiion to Robert Turiier, liaat^oit. Dated tins a?"> .      o^ Nov. lUej.  .asi nw to irritate even the delicate sUia of mi infant) with infalliSle and per-nuitfnt elH acy. ,In.TurkcyaiulKis, likewhc iimploywi by the,-men to give uiji-�oMnitx*ivl �hipc r.i their MM.-.tac'.iioi;, &c,. loputaatoi) tothcfluifst8'i:^.''|\iifi >u�'atrempr �t ir.iltawou, and in order lu flccouii)iifc?aie (idics wh^iire in d'mbi o^ndt having been sup-plied wiih the (ibuvc arnvl': ncuuidP, 'hey aw respedUill) �   � li single bottle or larseiL and addiossed to Mrs."  L'our , tlolhHrnrbarsj will.bo punt* � rieior      li-ave to obseive^ informal t))�tb.M�;is hy post for ,ii sUinle bottle or lar.sei^ *l�uiinty, iiiciKstiitt � the- amort.^ and addi Kni�ht4"lilo.4i,/1.Hkw's. L'our , �)Hllwrnsbars , �iiiilly,iexcpuifdi ij.i'i. v^ie i'fi,iprwior hewi �h-i Mr.lKHtli'i h, vr<^r'ceivcd fiisiV.iHlciilai'3|.pointmeni, tb^ pubUfcmiiV Ice) ..-^ rtt-l.af ben Jfiifpbliod w.tli thi; �e. �;  -I'rcej!. 6d. the iiifipiflii ut one Jluilii'8 ai six, buivjes. Dr. CLARK.E'S .tECtUttES oh.,,MU)V;iFERY irid thw OlSEAStvS Of WtJMEN aiid CHfLDRE*;. THE- LECTJJPLES will in future lie tead otjly at .thai lieQure Roomi No. to; Upper jofin-slfCet; Gbhlcii-stjaafB    " " ...    at oQitaitv- tinu erly qualified, eilher ill th? East Indies as a CADliT,'ot in theL'ue-or MjLtwat Line.   Apply, jicst paid, tg,A.     tV'iitOlfiug,-U3th.'   . 'sTAMP-OFFICK, StSMEKSJET-PLAClt.      ^ . "    V ,  DectinberMi i8"5- \XTB, hijt Maie**y� sCommissionfr*for Wianaijipg VV itheStamp-Dutte*', duly aufhoris*4-^by the , j^jrds C�mmiMii>n��> qf >^^s �J|5*�>jfc'�^nS�awry*p�f�iifit ^ Att ot. t^M^uMp&U, iwisf tof-rvn. tl>e.l3utie*ift.�t�eiT>y Au �*'A***f  present Majestv, on Horses '  let,��. hire^for Wavsdimg lVsf>' by tune/' do hereby ^ive noticCf That we intend to le^, at our Qffic�-in So.rterset Pliics, the S9id Duties to farm, on S.itantay the z;(h of Jan^iary iwxt, betweinA'lie hours of icnand tvVelve ui the forcnion, witlnn the distriit undermJutioifd, tor the term ot three years', from the ist rit February next, to such'personsas may be willing to contract lor thcshime."      All,l>crsttns intending to farm the S.-iid Duties are to deliver in their proposals to ui; at tho .Srnmp-Office in Somerset Place, at least three Hays previous to the sHid tjtli day ot )^nuatfns\t, signed witiittisir names, stating the plaiies of their abrtde, and specifyini? they intend to bid tor the said' district, or their proposals kannotbe-piucecdid on, as diieded by thesai-t Ad. ��  No persons licensed to let Horses forthe purpose of travelling post, nor anj' persuiis for their uj>e, can be admitted to corvtradforthesald auii'.a. No. JDISTKICT tbbe lettoFatm.        ' 12. Middlesex, including London A W.'stminster L.28,ooi> All personsmtertding to bid f6rtli,i.s distrid are desired td take notice; that, fn Vuriuaiiceo* the particular in- i structions-W f leir Lordshipr, it w IL be put upat the sum specified ui themarnin hereof, which will be gradually abated, until a bidding ^hall be made {.and, U(>on such btdding.anyV'rsort may advance, and t!^e highest . bidder will be decl.ited the farmer, and will be-req-jir-d to pay down immediately, m liauk Notes, one-ei(',l!th part of the annual fcntthe'* 'f as, a deposit; i)ut in case the district slwil not be accepted at a price which shall be deemed the proper, valtiti thereof, it willbuwitU-dfawn and otheiwise disposed of. . .   J. BlNUI/iiY. �        W.LAKE, L. lENfJINS; EO.F, HATTON. * W. K.SPliNt:ER. : No. a5, Cornhill, yav Chsnng-Cross; and St. Margaret's 1       ; Hill; Oorough:     *. '    s HORN6BY and Co. rcspe^lfullj^ acquaint the Nobility, dentry, and.'thc -Publit, that they iiave on Sale a variety of Tickcisantf Shares, at the lowest Prices. Py perusing the present Scheme must be obviois'to eveiy adventurer,! lat ifthey piircluse quickly^ Jhey must g^iii from 19!. 17s. MvJk c.iHiiot - lose, .(-jart^ularly- so during the arawing,ot the first 5,000 TieketSj as they are enntled to zil each, besides the chance ot the first-drawn Ticker, einnkd to lo.eooL and such other Capital Prizei^may be draw.; durint; that pcnod. Exclusive ot these udvantajses, there dan be no doubt, should the holder of au undrawn Tnktt or Share chiioSc to dispose of tl}e sam*, ivuf Ac will receive morethaiittco'^t     > ' -   * - .;.   Priiei paid on demand, whetliera sal. .cr ao^onol. , Orders by Lettrror Carrier executed exadfy.on the same termsas^if present.       ' , The Lottery begins drawing the 3d of next Month; STATE   LOTTERY   for ,1805,    contairing -2C,303 Tickets, beKin* Drawing Mimdai', Feb. 3, 1806. The SCHEME CONSISTS OF. 3 :3 3 A eaol Piizes,of ' L,.2ai003 10,00 j �5,000 Pfiies of > 20 L.2)Ooo ioo *c. c^C9. Slock Broke's, nt thetr State Lottery OlFice, No. 93, uodcr the Royal Excliatvpe, j.oudou, where, witlun'the last ten Yeafsohlf, Capital Priies to_,the amount cf Soo.oool. and upwkrils.'have b:ensold and s'hared, excliivive of those of.^o'il. and under. . Country Orders, ars.t-.npanied with short dated Bills on London; Post (Office Ordtrs.or Cash, tii ParceLby Co.uli or Carrier, puudually attfnd�l (o ; and Corrv-spondents nj.5y depend oft being treated exadly on the same 1 erins as if- pcr-sonallv present. �      , FULL MONEY  for Lottery Schemecontahis ^3       Priicsof   L.25,000 '3 -.    .....   10,^00 5,000 PRIZKS.^The present 3       Prizes of     L.? O03 .8    .   .   .   .   .   .   1,009 20 �..   .   .   .   , - .     500 iJesides I'rizes of iPol. 50!. &c. and (_v-h:it no other Lottery e�er pobsessidj the first 5,000 Tlcket^ dr^wn out r.f ihs Wheel will each be eiitr.Ied to 22l. bciides the usual chance for the above Capnal Prizes. Tickets and Shares are selling m grrat vnrietyat the old established OHices, 4 C cnhill, ai.d 9, Ch>4ria>;.Crossv whce the last 3o,oool. .ind the two last Prizes ot 2o,�3ol. ever drawn, were ail .'iliared and sold by 1: UlSII. file l.ott..'ry begins t!ic ^d nf next Mr>ntli. R A N D  L O T T E R Y  begins Drawing' FEBRUARY 3, 1806.     ' G 3 3 1 2J fo ; izo of �ao 000 �4;OJO a.oos 1 oco- .  fnv 'O is 5,030 lirst-dr.Tickets.22 25,001 T ckets  �^^0, 09 .30 000 I? OJO 6,. 00  ,ooo ,X'lO,0fO ' 20,000 So.oi;� ?|00> 2,coa Part of t1'.d jbove Capitals. Fi'tt-d atiji '1 luktl ist Day Ditto     - ' -    4th Day    i'n:o     . :   . ..   6th Day   ,, DiMo     -     -     7th |~"av     .. Ditto   ------- -    loth Day     - . Tickets and Shares are selling at eve:yL censed Lottery Pfesent PrlceofaTlclfet     -     joL   jos. . ll�lf. -  - lai.    as.  Oil.   Kishth   -    2L ijs.  ol. QuaiHr  -  5J. ' ai.  bd.   .Vixiefn'h     iL  6,'.   o"| %� Aneaily Pu.-iliaSQ is advisi'd^ :!�: i>ip I^irst    00 Tic- kcts will be'entitleil to azl. each, besides tlieir citaiiciof the t.apirals. A Pttrthec. proof of tl'.e astonishing Elhcacy oi /Jl FORD'S B.-lLSAArof IIOREHOVJN!) : , Mr. Reinrihart, l>rugmsf, Leeds, was alHidsd with 0 v!c-lent Cough j\M Con .^ii.-r. lie had takiJn hall a bottle founu hiius,!;!)' pfr'cdiy teiovetcd � the other half he Rave to a poor v,'nnan in ihc neis;|jb'>Ufho,d of Leeds,' wh.-" hid three children laio'innjj vmuenhe IJoop-ing-cough, and i>ertedly cured th�m,.Uo ' The above valuable inediclne li prepared and sold by R. Foril, No, 61, liarbtcun t aliiO sold \> hulc^nl''atat RoiaM, by Lathy, A^csion, and. Prout, No. 79, N�wtrate-strevt': I:. Newbury, t>t. Paul's Chiitch-yaid ; Shaw at);l hdwarrinj' St. Pa^li'.^ I hurfch-yard; DicieandCo How Churjh-ya d 5 ai)d most Mj:d'ctrte*Vt'nnet)8 m the .\f�iit?U. ivln^doin, in bottle�4s. ft;!. I). Sd, and ts. lid, ^-ii. VICTUAl.t.iNfV'UFICE, i>ec. 2fi, i8�j. R. JOHN WEEKES, 0/ BraJttone, near ^ � Limneti/M/, iMbeCtimi^s/f Cornwall, Q^at'et, or nthtr Deattr In CmU, having JiiUJ 10 abidt bv a fuhlic Trndtr,' dJUed4be ii^h instant, wbicb ht madf t-j the Victualling lU.ilJ for.ibe iUpply of Fresh Serf to Hit Majffiy's Ships and ytswh at Pfymoutband Torbay, f^.tht entHina ttptlve Msuliis ; the Cammisslmtri for .yiclualiiiig flit Majesty 1 Naiy do htrthy gliif Hi^ticf^ that on 'tbu'sMif, tit ^'iiJ^yof yanuary next, ihry will be nady to ttceivifresh Tendsfsin Kuriting I'tiiltd up.}, �ndireat u^ihsiicb 'ptitonsat iv'flliindcrtilkt le futnisf) tv^'iU-vet FItESH" BEF. F mny be required for rbe.ute. of Hii Mlajcsty's ships iiid yessfls at Plymoiitb and Tm'b.ty (on separate Contracts), from th.tt, ay, to the 31 (/ .of P/amber 1806, inclii due ; and to be pifidfor ey lidls^faya^U tuitb inte>eit, nmtty tUtys after d-tte; �  ~ to tlx Collector of tbn Customi at Dartmouth, In the C'jiwty nf-Dei/nn. Pfo reganJtulllbe bad to any let Itr in -.eixin tit Prict sbttlJ not bt ,msert*d In tmrds at length, or that-ibaU.nat be delivered to the tSoardbtfore One o'Clte.ion riSi^aid ThcrifaVi iljf g'A of .yjvu.iry hfxii nor'unlets the person tuba ntaltei -ibe Tenner, tn mm* feiwon on bis iebal/,itltendt. In ansioer ivbeu called fur^ and comes prepared ro sign the necessary engagement fbt the due periormanceof the Co^rtrad. VICTUALLING ()FWGE,Jan6, iil.6. THE Covtmisiioners:fsr Fictualling Nts ikajistj't Na-uy do hereby give Notice,- that an Tutsdiiy, lit 14:6 . instant, ti>,y ifillbe readv to receive Fenders in Wrilin^/jtj/e.i ufji and trt^tfarOnE HUNDRED TON�! c/ IRON J'LA PE H'^)PS, to be delivered in Three IVeelit, bv.tv:A:y proportioni, into His -Matcsty's Fictualttn^ Stores at D-pifyfjf and to be paid for by Bills payable tLlri Interest ninety days after datr. .. The Conditions of the Contract and Softtples �f the Hoops nt.iy "beseenuttheScciwtMy'.sOjpce, No regard ^ill be "hid lu any Ten-ier in tthlcb the -price shall not le iu-erled in ii'orJs~a4 length, or iljt shall not bt 'l^iveredto the ISoard iejire One n'Clack on the said Tue^ay. the nth i-nstant, nor unless the Person who ri-tltis tt/e Tender,'or some I'trson on his helalf., attends, to ansiL'tr v/hen cjlleJ foi. NAVy.OFFlGE, Dec. 31, 1835, THE priticipal Ojficfvs and Coiimtssiiners of Hti Majetty's Navy do hereby git's Notice, that on Mo.v-DAY, the Viih y.muary, iSoft, at One o'Clock, they ivUl be' ready to trf.it tuirh such per tans as may it ivilUng to contract for baifding iir IWerchanis' T.irdt, TiVO SHIP.RIGG ED sl-ODPS of WAR,,of481 Tms; Bilrth     and ca�;h to carry t8 Guns. A Draught of tin P'tssels, -with u Form of the TeAdtri m.ty, be seen at this Office. �   �� Nottudersivili be received after Twelve 0'cloc^ on the day of Tieai^', Hor any noticed, unless the party, or an agent joi liim, at-lendf. Sf" ;, ,   _____, ._* � .1 :�-:-.-a.--;- ' NAVY-1)>F1CK, Dec. 31, iX-iJ.^ THE- Pniriipai Of/iceri and Cominhsntiers flf-tin Mi,ye ^ce, . No Tend.n 'ioHl be rtceiiied^ifm Tiuelue 0' Clock on the d y .0/ t caty,. nor a>y noi.Ctd, unless, the party,. e> an agent fir him, ttt-tetids. .     .  ' .... �   "  � IMPKRrAL INSURANCE COMF.vNV. npHE  Pttblic are rttpe^ftiUj remi�det(, -innt Re-' JL, cemt J�r.J'�ii*:'�t fitUiifg -dit 'if  fiAmas, 'aie n'-idji atthelrCScetlnSun'Comt, Cjr>ibiil,'tt*ti �'>!� J.vnes'.t  1 l.is Dav i. f iibli!.b.'(l, MINUTES ofa COWvr M.\RTIAL, Iiolden on U.t.trd His �Niajesiv'.s . ir Robert Cdilcr, -AdnuiH' Lord CJar.lner, and tne Hon- Adminl Cornwaths : ,Sir Robert Caldcr's Leifcr tothe, Adiiitrai�y,dein.>lidt r. a t- �t Masiial, anuothcrr d.iLuin-n:s, PriiiMUnv J. C. M ttK-y, i'ortimo.ith ; and S'lld t>v Longman, Hnrsr, Aees, and Orm , P2i3tiio�ter-r.>w ; and Kox. laud, Plymouth Drck. Tiii.� I>j} ii.publish d, pr -.e T>vo ihlU lii;^ jn.i S xpe!if\ REPORT of the TRIAL at B;ir of ihe JLn. Mr.; J US " LIE J OHWSOJN, one t e nstice.! ol his .Mnesty's Curt of Ciimmon Ple.is .,m Ir;; � i^ t r a LlilfcL'i ui the Coiift otsKibjiS-lienvh, on .S:iiura�y the 23d iliv .trrten I.onniiviii auvi-Co! Pat'rn"'siet-rbw ; J. Hstclvi.il, Piccadilly ;''">df'. Hii.ifiide,' LillVv-street,. Dublin, �    .' ,      ~~  '    'ro. ('he /I j  n S : i..ntaii.i..gf Kir-r, his fvl.-iesty'i re);uli|fwii>, granrintt allo.yaiRc* tu.olh-cerauttd sohliersJor ba^-sa^e, (;�i7ip,  s, b.ig-inwu h r.-e , mrccssare*, ;m* tfjihnen'iil npiintinoioiin, tHKeii Hv tHc ei ciuv, or l.ist on wyivs { �l' r hoiics .%hor tui. the gl.iiul -rs, euh'.*r a; home or nbfond, vjih f ^rnu  f ihe.il m.11-mv:niS'r�(;uiie(i to^c prvduoHtl, inVuuh i;as�i�n applying toi the ^ulll.^. . . ^ . � � ' .SejKiid, RpRi!la'ign*siltcifylp|ths pay, p.isssn-'-m �i�eyjam( inhHrkiiifi for the C�n Tniid, Gemr-ral onl�r�, sr.intinBailfw.incts to the wvovand children of soldiers, tci catrychfin lioiiic, >vf^eu noi per.iirtied t/eii)b.nK with f'rsirtiWMti ' \     ,    , Fi'uith, S.-esiiica.tif>a ' f the articles, and pirjicular in-stnuJluinv resiwdnipjh* new ngulaiion j pioneer.�{�,'>oiiu. ineiiis, urdi:;c(l Cor th: Infantry by the Anjutant-General'^ letter, daifett the lyihuiti v �       , BvttMI'.l.n OFFICER.   , ' I.oftd.Mii Piinted fnt T. Orddard, Militkry Bookselltfran* Stationer, No., 1, I'all-.Vidll� an(t snii, by lUirge.^.Kams.-giite ! tihurpe, Dril j Lcd^e/, Dijvet 5 Dristownnd Co. Citn* ieibuiy'i Mills, I'crtsmolnh) aiiU kU other UtxikjcUert;' All liwaiices Ot Kui, bijrf;; *i H�ageinoncy, giai'.ted ?� pffi-r-,nii cinhHiking lor the Cui|tilKn). Hie Laat and^Vekt lii- NEWAPINUaL REGISTER 18 4 This Day is published, i(i oi.t largfe vol. Svo, price, 14*. i I^nowted Primed for John St.-'ckdif.', 1 ccad^lly. Of whom may be had, the ?4 prc.eding Vdume*, price Twelve Guiiwa-i, h,ilf bbund, or aiv SKparate V.ill,r.re Litely was publish d, in live-v iluin-'i"* lui'ge riy.i .Vct.ivi, , piii.- 3I. S�  !rf>iir yHEBRITISH DRA.VIA ; lomprehendinir (with A   th; exception ot ilukspeirc) Hit best plays in tlw fci>g1ish Lant^u.ige. N. U. I'h.'al�v.; work, cnmp:isinft n�4r tirtehundred ai.d fiity Tragedies,'Comedie-,-Operas, and^Faitees (two vol Tfakrenies, two Comsdies, and one tiperas and Farces), li printed on a new and cl-ar 1 rfjr^ on fine wove paper, thft whole cont.tin(n^ two thousand ;>evf(} huridred pa;e.sin douo bleeolutnns. Vignette.'?, from pisigns by Smirkeand How. ard, embellish the tille-pages.; . - Uach .'icrKsmay be had separately^ at the follrivving prices, in boards .--^ Pra^cdiesi a vols, pnsc if. 6s.�-C'>medies, a vols. ppt�e iL 6s. -Operas and Farces, i vul. piic^ i64j    Printetlfor Wiiliim.Millir.'Albeinarle-str'icr. AIRS. 'IIENNE I:T'5 NI-;VV NDVKo". �   In a few-Days will be published, VrCiSSITUDES ABROAD; or, The GHOST of MY FA I'HHR,   la Six Vohmws, prjfcs iL iGs. in Boards. Printed at the Minerva Press, for Lane, NeWnian, and Co. Leadenhall-sireet.     . . Where may be had the other Wor^fes of Mrs. Bennett I. 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