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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 14, 1806, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 180g. ^.THKATKK.ROf AL, n,' e Vtisingi Ucicius i Merciiiio, Mr.RusseU | Ill Xit 1. aM-a^iquerajle Scene. In A� V. a Funeral I'M-t"s>;ioi> to the Moiiiii'nent of the Capulets. A tcr Which; a ww (Iriiid 'LcRendarv Molo.Drama, csttied oifilsKoiV, The ScNiol Ibr I'ficiiUj ; with The Slreping TMIi.> IK) ''X^HI.S I*RESENT EVitNING will be pcrtormetj jL  j Ceiiicilv, tallfd. �    AS Ynu LIKE IT. AHiiens;  Mr. Hill ; Jaquea,  Mr. Ketnble    Orlando, t. KemMr  e cipfe^ni lb aikiid tn sity ot nnsrponiiiK the Silo "T Land..11 Kmslip uiifji hndav the 17th J.iiuiarv inst. "~~     KUlSI UMNCLOSUKli! E the Cuminissioners named in and appointed bsvan Aiil of Uarlianienr  eby ^ivc N'ofice that have marked and se o�t ceftaih Parcels Parts of the Open and Co.inmoii Heidi  ijr >re�ses, in Sill^s and Ch�iMbuyit. A�iex'wiVca�sortm!fi.tof Siik Huse, vtrrv cheap. L�idilviiu a.-, above.   . .   � �� N;,I}. As 9 very low ivhMesale price is invariably asltid (heiiiK much urider the re,;u1ar price) no abit-inem is ever iii,4de. LORD NliLSON':^, lUNURAL. This Davis published bv^ubscripffn, THK GRAND SKLECIION of M,USIG pcr-tormcd on that . ilemn Dcca^ion, coiUjiosad bv Dr. Ct-ott, PurcfU, Attwo^Kli Dr.Oreene, and Miiulel, dedicated bv periiuijion to tne WiKhr Rev. die Lord bl.^ho^) of l.iiic ,lu, Deanot St. Paul's, lo winch is add.-d an OdiLi.d.Account of rhe Procession by \Vaier and Laiw, with an elcj^ant hn'-traviiu; in Colours, by ! ht Pounds, in b.-'ards. I'ersiins already posscssi-g Mr. lUiino's ihs>ory inn- ';.:v'.-Mr. lielsham's entire Work by its i tleorj^e the rinrd mav hahad srparately,-1� complnte Hiiihe and Sniolleit, 1� hinht Volumes, jirice Ihiee Pounds 1 welve bhiUiugs in boards. ImkIkc-street, Jan. 8, 1806; L.LOYu's> Dec, 17, 13.55. ,'CJ MANy applications having betfti received f'roHi tlie relatives oftOliicers Hiui Men iVho have lallen in dopt this mide of.Rivinj; nitice, th ir ^ Ditto, ililtn, Dove-hill of the rflatroii in which the claimants | Catholic Church I by' teitteror Carrier executed exactly on the same ieiynlha.s if pre.ient. . TEUJLL MONEY  for PRJZES.^Thc presenc JL _ Lottery Scheme contains t 3'      Pi I res ot   L.ao.ooo t 3.   �    .   .... : 10,-00 3    .    .....    5.000 B�sitIe9,v'rKes of i.-ol ^ol; 3 Pmzes^f L. 2,000 8    .   -   .   .   .   .   iiO'^o .  20   .   �      .   �        i�� .ic. and (what n--) other Lotiery rf the Dedicated to the Earlot MOIRA. On the i?ih I .stant, will be publishtd, in 'I wo Volu-nes, Grown Oclavo, price i6s. in Hoards, enibellislii-d with a Portrait etched bv P ittler, trom a Paintinx hv A Hingham, ^HE LIFE o'f THOMAS DERMODY; i.itcr T iVer possessed) tiie Hr-i 5..>oO Tickets drawn out rf the WliMWiuWhbeentitlrdto ill. besides the usual chance foi for the a,hove Capital I'rizes. . .        ,u    u T E and Shares are selling in grent variety at the.old '  IS, 4 Comhill, and w,''f� established Office.,----- - . the'fa'st 30,0001. and the two last Prues. iiara'wn,\;\vereall shared and sold by . .. ^ . 1 he Lotier) begins the 3d or tlgxt iceiol. eVei T. lilSH-M'wh. STATt LOjlTEKY.  * ..' y,'-        To bcK'tt DrawiHR February 3.  5'IFT and CO. No. i r, Poultry, London, �nd at ilieir Offices in in.ist of the princin.Hl 'I owns, ;irc iftllinif.thie TICKETS and SHARES of the PRESENT .l.jL;n,TEl � ) O co 30.90.3 6:. 00 ; S,ooo tc; OJO ^^,.imi?itSt.dr.Ticfcctsi2 ~ _ 'J^^M^ickets. ." .'j-' �.iy>o-o � .1-5,':   ,1..' ... .j � �:--^ Part Of UVi^bove Qap'.fal'. Vwft.JjnV '"''"un"."' jiaitot iwo I'liiies fiom Sketches by the l^te Mr Morlandj o Atto�a�y for Mr. Mackeiaic, K. MACjCENZlB. I his Dj) was putnislicii. 111 Svn. price 9>. Mrauis AN- ESAY on the SPIRIT and INFLUENCE of the RE iORMATLON of LUTHER.   From the Fiench of'Cliarles Villai's, with copious Notes,       . r.v jAMi-S MILL, Esq: London: Printed lOr C. and R. Baldwin, New Hrid-e-srrcet.  �, The Nitcs addfd byihe Translator, .and which beir a con-sidiiTahle proportion to the oiiginat. i iltit, ate intended to lU lustrate njore liillv all the important points, ou winch the Auihorrrtay Have touohe.l more lightly tliun their mug..ituds may si'cm to^jMcrvi?,; toaddtohis important rapreser.tatious thtf light which Viirfiius eminent Authors otthis country have thrown oil tlwsiktySCi j �ii,�i to dire:t thp Header to/lie jirac-tical conclusions'which the complicated transadioils ot this great nftbruiarton �uggC(�'.-*As a bare irwi^latiuii only of this work bai tieeu aiuwunced trom another qjjiaiter. Personable' ^roUt JOf possftssifiK this Edition, wlitidcr.iilons whi. h waiiaii' a pie^umptnii that iha Popii'nunn (i 1,eland diinl)l>'s iiiA^'.) Vtf.  ; 01 iheNiimeiital Troporiioii Popi caih-fteJ. 2 t 1 - 8' 10   1 3   S > . " 9 i 6 ? 33 10 11 8 his Majesty's Service, unaccunljoanietl \yith prnper te>lirno-nials, the Ouiimittee ad ceriiticates are expected stood C;i the d ceaieii.aiidof tlieir ci'cumstances being such as tucniiil;; llicm tJ relief, signedby the Magiitrate, CleTgyman, nr sornjotiier person of rfspatlabiTity, in the place .'wRere they reside. Widows afe rci|uested to mention the number of their ciiildren, with their re>;)ective ?ges ; a�d Parents ty furnish proo', that the deceasidjett neitherv\ idow nor  fthe partii-s having been pfr-mituvl to receive the wages of tliose under wh'.m ijiev claim, wilj be considered suliicieiit evidence ot their beinv' the legal Ret'iicsciitatives. J.P- VVhL">FO�tD, Secretary. CO.VTRIBU riONS.aftcrDivineSerVire, on the DAY of TllASKi.SGlVING, tortive REI. 1EF.of theSF^AMEN', t>01 Uli R.^, M.\RINES,a.dVOLUNTtER>,^^ollll.l-eJ i an'd the W lOO \VS, O RPHA N.S, and RELATIVES otihosckiliedf m Mis ^laJ>.styV.S�!rvlec. Amount �t New Subserijittons^adyeftisetl j^.6i,8j6. 17- j C/jurriet^ Cbapeffs ajtJ } fth^i:.(:fergyi>ien luba '. Sum ^MerHirgn. �   preutveii. I'Virishot ilennocft^'Dcvnn.-r-         -Ditto Dud iistoniDleigh, ditto. Ditto St. Paul, Exeter,--- S'ephen Slmie, Lsi). Clumptoii �   .. Parish ol heaininstir) )>oiset,  :eso's I inr^r, ot the Inhabitants ot Ramsgate and St. LawreiiLC, iiiclud-lol. by Captain Pciicy's Companv ot Voluiii. ' te-rs, and ,1. !iy the oBicers ot th- Custom* houte, Kam-gate - - Roinalkirk, YorK.shire, R. Bl'nh -       .; From a iiesidsiit 111 a Parish where no Collection was iiiade.oii iVi 1 h.iiikg>.iiviiig U,iy Pan h Chiirvii ot ivillor, near I'enrhy.n, Corn- WdU, R. Dillon -      . - D.tto ^hur�,ti, Malfc, dlttrj, Dilto 111 aid ol ilk :.ulftcriptlon �t Cullfcmpton, H. S. aenh, Kent, JohnV\all - iMlniin.,toii, ditto, diifo P.ir'strnl i..ill:ni;liat:i, Kent, W.Gh:jfIjv ^)lil^.er^, Non-c �iiiimssioiied Olticers, and Cun-' i.ers, ol ilie Cliatiiaiii and Oillinghaiu Volun-i.er .'�riilL-ry, bv William Diawnndse, Lap-t.Hii Lommaiiilaiit - r Rev. J . J.Kob, Cliise, Saruin        ... Rnaiilaiighome, Cornwall, j. VVhilaker (;uicamb Chu'ch, Dr. Worsley . PatisltotiMilborrte, Derbyshw�, -^ Middlelou t)ld Episcopal Congregation  - ' i-j n>,irciict'il"to - -        54 Associate Bilrgher ditxb -       .52 Tabtrnacle - - '{8 Jvihli-street. Crtiipel *     7?  3 19 b �i. 3 7 4 J 0 11 1 a 5 � 9 >4 3 .5.'. '4 7 o 11 3 lo 8 6 z 3 h' 1 '2 o  o 2 o 2 6 6 b 3 t) o 6 0 1 Mr. IJala's Coiigregation - Relief Coni;ir.-gation, - Hutchinso.i Methodist Church- . '   -Alb    7 45   " 4 14 14  o wards I 11 7f o to 5 16 6 6 .a '3 lo 1,3 7 4 10 e 12   o 8 10 10 Jo 3S 7 31 Corporation ot Swansea Hajitist Coiigreg.iuon       . iVicihodist Meeting at G;eeiitill St. Mi.y'6 Churcii Dissenting iMeetmg-house   .-Lady Huntingdon s Cliapel � Moristoii Chapel,  RlV. li. Joiv?s Pariah ot Raywoldsion.Rcv.J.Id Individuals at bvvan'sca The Mayor and^Gorporati^n of ''Vinchester Sir H.l'. St. John Mihtiiiay,Bart. -  . .Sir Richard *jainon, Batt. - H. Mlldmay, li-iq. . - 'Roman Caiholic Chapel, John Lee Parish ot Hiirsley, Jolin Mai.'.h ---^^of Norili Baddesley, l>itto -- ol .Morested, VV. N. Newbolt - V. niton rjiiatre, Mr. Thomas Collins, M.iiiai;er Dissenting (congregation, Mr. Auams Parish ot Bssh.'p's WaltJiam, l^icies Ogle --of VViiihull, John Woudburn --ot St. Peter's, Cheese;,ill, V'/mehester, Sir H. Rivei�, Bart. --- of Otierhuurn, G>. Hcntticote      .   - ---ot ht. Lawrence, Wmcliesur, M. Sissmoi _--of St. T.';omas, ditto, l.Watkins ---ol St. Michael, ditto, \V;n. hayley ---^ot.it. Dart iioloir.ew, ditto, C. Richards ot St .John, diito, SirH, RiVers, liitfi. . - Ot Exteiier, J duil^.iynes IndivKhuil Subscripti. lis tromother Inhabitant.l ol Wiiich-iier - Mr. liava.;e Bear, ofHursty . Siibsciiptioiiii leceivai troiu M.iulstonc-i- Maidstone Church, J. Reeve Dissenting Meeting, A. Hams In lepciident .Meciiiig, J. .valph Baptist .Meeting, (.. Beiii-l rt � Assembly and Uall at the I own Mall Masonitr'Lu.lge ot loiiitiide, No. 341 J. aiidR. .MiJiie, id Sabsciiption Individual :}ubsCii}Hi. lis irom Maid stone 164	ri	8 	0	0 io	0	0 10	0	0 10	0	0 .'4	0	6 SV	18	.3 �� J	0	0 	3	6 3;	'4	0 4	u	y 17	0	10 1	11	0 9	0	0 11	7	I) e '3	'9	0 '9	3	0 10	I1	6 6	3	b 1.	0	6 11	13	0 24	'4	0 2		0 57 1 10 11. 75 � y 3� o 6 Jshn Satcltell, Limehou� - . . 1 opclifi-'fuiL-tb, K. Kamshaw - . P.iiish Ghuich, Bitterly, uear Ludlow, j. Walcott . Receipts ot a Concert given bv tne Musical Society ;it.Frome, Simterseishire P.irish Church llorioii^ near Little, Yorkshire, t;. Hbldciv .     Meeting and Collection at Deptforil and VVool-wicli,---�-- �. , Parish Church, Cwdfi-'ld 9 r. Clare, .- Bury St. luliwuiiu's,--- Kildiick Church, in Craven,- II.Marsden Purtsh ol Withington, Glouc'estershi.-e, 10    I Rev. I-l. Uimock, Reifor, St. Iiimiiiiul the King Subscriptions received trom Glasgow, t rthc dift:ieut Churches and Congiegati 'ns m that City and Subuibs, by John Mamilton, Lord �4 i 340 la 17   S _2>'  3 r  r Fiovust )�-				8i Innrr High Church		149	0	 Outer ditto '		'17	10	1 W'ynd ditto		514	3	9 St. Andi*v's ditto	�,	2;.8	'4	b Worth-west ditto		161	4	-Ji laiFfon dttf)		� 4	2	a Collogednto		 7,�	18	10 St. Enoch's ditto		anu	t	0 Chapel ol ha-c		45	0	0 College Chapi'l		a4	0	-0 t)iu Gaelic ditto		4a	0'	5.i New ditto ditto		�	la	b ! IGronv Churih and Chnpi.'!.			>i	� n (Jorbals Church		4�	12	6 1 Episcopal '..iMoeV		bi	S	l� Benefit at the Theattr Roval 39 40 I-16 3 6 o o 6 9, 24 9� 0 8 o o 5 15  6 r To b#cont nited>. vie I L''\LLlNO-()t I ICl , D-c 27, ii,t To BUILDERS-atnlAR TIFlCf RS in th.-DlFFKRhi, 1 � BR.\NCHES of BUILDING.     . . THE ConimisiiJHefs forVifJuaUtng llis "Rlajelh'' Navy ihhereby*xh'f N(A'ice, Thatlyiljy, r'>''f(?i yii�!iiiiy' n.'Xl, l/vyvfil it ready mrneUc rci:::(rv iri.u�iiii:z (sealed up If  and (rc.il li-V/j sU'jH nersons as Will urtrfirtakp to perform lire several Wdfits ie.-ciplesn^tii," Air.iii.i ivery w!�re sousdand pacnouc, and his ki-u-wU'dj'e is suipnamgly extsrisiVe." 'BRitisH CaiTir:, ^fay, 1804. Tins DiV is j.ui)iislR'd,m three large Volumes Svo. wit ' F''rly--.ix Pht'.'^, nric? il. lis. 6.L m boards^   > '' 'T'HK KGOKOMY of N \TURE,  ExBl^irnxi -l   and il!"stiat-.>d Q(i the Princ-;>les of nioderp Philost-pliv, ill I en Books, V!i. . v-      Ot ilie gi^?rat Prnpcrtirs of M.Httet', of Etcmsnts, 01 ilcat lit File.   t>t Liaht .ind Colours;   Ot Eiecbiciiv. Ot.-\ir ami .Atmospherical i'henoin-.ia, Of MincMl Sin^tanccs, and thi .Struelnre of .the Earth ; of \ .ilca'.ces, !.a thqtiakcs. uc    Ot the Nature and i'r. p..-Tiesnf .Water;  the Laws ol; Hydtos!atics,Mitici-; VVatcis ic. �   ......;, -    ^    �� � Of the Structure, Gro^vth and;Culture of Vegetables. &c.   Ot Animil.Naiute.   Ot the I-luin tn Miftd. Bv G. GREGORY, DD. ."Vuthii ol Essays, Historical and Mofal, i-c. Prir.tet fn- J. Johnson, in Sr. Paul s v: iiuich-.arr!. The tew popular works whish presentea a�iear vew the natural world 10 the general rtMilc.*^, have, ticm Micatui* sv" enure reyolntlon wlueh has taken place iii philosophy, b.-c-!; rendered obsdclc j r cent di^covv-ries are scanerod tiirom;li:>i > a nuniber of b^oks.   In brniging togeth^'r th'.'sc de'acho.i l.tits atld observatmiiSi in tivmg tJien'.:�si;ste;r.)itie form, .Tiui aivivc all, in explaining tSicm in clear and ]teispicuous Ln-�.;uugi.', our author has certamlv reiulere>i riii csseiiiiat seivi,.. M the public ! has opened the g.ites of Sii.-"ce to meMn.ru and to tiie indolent, an I has prcpar^^l an cviellent texi-bou:t or repository for those wliuurcalieaaj pf> Critical Review; " Dr. Gr rv has perform-Ml h.istaskui a manner wlm ' wadonoi hesitate t l.o.tvecar,ttr.."- -Lin.^h vtitic.     - :^   

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