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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 16, 1806, London, Middlesex                                r..-r.3K. THArk E KrtVAL. UKlIK:Y-T.ANIv. THIS PRESlSNT EVENING their Majesties' Servants will atl. a Trsyetly ca-Ual � (      DOUGLAS, � Norval, bv the "Voiing pbsciiis"; Lord /Randotph, Mr.' Holland-;  CleualyX'-',   Mr. Barrymore;   Matilda,  Mrs. towel I. W�i MaTR'MONY. To-morrow, The Diiinrta, Mwith The Weathfrcncfc.   On ?3iurdsyj ^hfrDibtroa-edftlother, with The iJeyil to Pay. . . . - TH/iAT�;; KcIyaL. c\�6led to, at^lter Se-n)inai;y, No. ii, Cliirles's-s^iuic, near lue City Xo.n]...; 1 his KsiKblishment coni.ista but ot a siiuU and seled nu/^ibtr of La-lies. '        � WANTED, a Young Man as Jb'OO^liVlAN in a small rei^uliir V�mily, Ayhe're oniy tme .Vlaid Servant is kept. None need otter themselves whpicarihot be well recoiriniciidetl.Aini have lived ac.ri.-ulcraWe tiijje n\ liicir last-place. Apply at the Angel, at lbhii);ton, oii, Saturday evenirfg next, between 6 and 8 n'l-lock ' "flNE ik'iSU Llr/I.N^, ANI> KEAL f kLvcH .;; .     . , . CAMBRICS, �     ;\    "   , �Wholesafe ai)d Retail, at No, 5!;,t�xford-streei?, corner of Hernet's-str.Tt. \X7M. COOPER aiStiCi). have just received se- VV  vera! boiieis of Very fine Irish: ^/iMns particularly eheap, anil of the very brtt fabiic tb> wear :.alio, afrrsh ar-.  nval of Prench Cambricg, two boxes of whicltare ^�^r^ously � Jtaej^nHihe wH�i?of tnem rerttarkably i:hra?.   W. c. and" Co. Jiave also ree'eittly received a very exteiiiive assortment cf l/amask awl i,>i;iper l ihle l.iuerl,.with Niipkiiis to march; . Sheetings ot every descrlpnun, Coiii\ierp(iies, Marseille � <3"'f*s.  P'2'"''-'^ts,  Chintz , and Pimity �/'lunitures, plain Coloured Calicoes for tMirnittjres artd for Liiiins!-, i-c. -A^^a'very lo^v wliole-sle p(.7cs i- inv�ri.ilily a.iked, (beiiiR -fnuch imdeithrtejtti Far price). 110 abiireiijeiu is ever in.iue. N. B;: A variiety of liCiV Gp^ds received every Monday and :.  Thiirsd.u', -/ \     "     '       �   � �'���^ to I'KIN I KJ<3.      ~       �       � rpO. beSOLD, an establibbM PROVINCIAL X   NhWSl'AlMiR,  and   GliM-'ERAL    I'KIyTlNG ^BUSINESS, in one of the principal Sea-port T'vvmis in iri^Und.-' Also, the LEASE of a cornm...'-!,o jivescjle. To prevent nnncessiiry troiihli;, th^r purchase will be about J.^qoI. ;-,the mo'iey to be paid by ins'alments.   The Book i}ebts, which will be includeii in the purchase, amount to � upwards ot ^ool. Address letters (post paid) to B. G. to the care of Messrs. Tat.v,ler and Newton, No. 5� Warwick-squ.iii.', Loiuiuii, by whom they will be tor warded to the Adviitir' r. . VlCTUALLING-,^yFF'ICE, Dec. a^r, iHoj. TolBUIliDERSandA-Kl'lFICEKSin the DlFFERE.Ml BRANCHES Of BUILDTNG.    ,  , THE'Cammiw'anh-s far FiilualhtgHii Majestyt � Njvy Jo^miy give ^� lt efr,ird th/ill("e had id tiny Tender in iMcb tb'r I'llei^shalt not he in\tmd'in liiordt- al length, or that shall not be'delivered to the P'Oafd before One r.'rhck on the . n vjhomaiei the Tender, 0- ijoie pel \0K nis bistehalf, uil^iids, to nn'.nve'' V'he^i ailleH ft', �    OFKU'Ii Oi' OUDNANCK, Dec. i7i>8jj. ^ THE Principal Offitcn df Hit Majcstfs Uydna^l^ it htJeby ^ive Naiicrt that tbey -wili Sell. ly. PiMic Auclhn, at tbe Tr)'jKiti:e>r7Wsd.ly, the Zist da� (f Jaiiii.tiy Htm, befwreit tfje h'/iiis of elet-en uni fiur o'ei'^cl, sundy L''is 't/f old iiidunservireabU O'nnance Stiies, ontiiti'^g �/ liarrels tor Mtiskers, Locks tor ditto, Musket and Carbine I'.ayoners, .Steel RiiiiMicrs, Swords of Sorts, Scabbards, t arinnohv JJoxes, Leathern .Accoutremenrs, Hainos, Collars. Bit llitl-ters, and various other Articles of ^.Tilery and Harness, Bhnkets, Cfwerlets, tlannnocksj andsuiidry other Arlicleiji o( Bedding, Powder Horns  ;s, and vanoii-: nth^r Arnclts ; the whole of ii^hicb iHtty be i>iei4vd upon, applicutiot at the Ho'iijuiable Princifiil Storekccpe>-'s, Ojjice, at the lower, until tu- r).iytij Sale, whnc printed Li'H of the Lois villi Oe deliveied'tolhotePersons -u ho liiay apfiy f'}*- thesume. By Oiiierof t:e Hoard, ' R. H.CKl'.W, Srcr-tary. C M .  in London, and upwards of t^ hands, suppO%cd to be g'.oi Hunters: have h'X-irtried by the present owner for the above jjurposcs upwards of two years. Thr only cause of their bsinu parted with tiie Owner is Koin^ oii.t ot this country. An> trial allowed. LiksAvise the Cur'icle, which is very fash'onaHle, to besbUlreasonable. To be sesn at Foulkston's stables, ,Svvi.llow.stre(.t. ONEY.~M=ssrs. LUCAS and Co. beg leave _ . J. to ihfoiin those fini may be in wa>t, an.l desirous of hnrowing temporary or perniannif Rums of M'm?y, and possesscdof an) assitiiiable,property, that ihey may be supplied Willi any Slim on fail anil ei^niiabU terns, by paying an adrqinre .Aiininty Inte'St for the sime. As also money v\ill ne advanced to those of known property, on their personal stfturit-y. .    .   , \ Pers 'i'.al a;)plicatipns: re dii!.y received by Messrs. Lucas and Co. at No. a, James-strcet, Adelpiii, Stiand ; and let-ttMS (f)ost-p>irlj answered wifli.jut delay, FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FPvOM THE' FRENCH AND OUTCH PAPERS. LUPv, Commandant of the cer^bi.ned troops in the kingdorh'of N^ple-V 'I'he RtsilaTii rind English have not'entetsd Rofrie, as has b-irrireporred. Prince EireENF, oh the i'^tli iilt. p'lrt'.isfied the followingOrdtrof the Daj',-at his hc-ad.quarteft in Bologna :-" Since his Majesty the- Emi'Kror . has entrusted me with the coriimand cf the whole of the rttilitary.force in the kingdon^ 6'f Ifdly, thcNatiop?! '    / - paris, dec. 25. THIRTY-SIXTH B'JLLP.TiN OF THE GRA.^!V �  ARMY. � , � . " BRtrSN, d1?c. i-r. The dced-i of valour which have ex<cd the Grand Atmy, afford matter for a col left ion of gre;tt ( G-jards are informed, that it is our intention to order Interest. 'A carabineer of the icith lig'it infantry * the Army .of Reserve, at presi^rir enca>*iped''riear Ho. lost his. arm by a shot : ..� Help me,' cried he to 1 logjia to' the Adi>;e. . The Xiiiunal Guds will his comrade,    to take off my i.artndge-box, and 1 certainly acknowledge, with gr;itirude, the faVou^- communicated, in entru.sting thciA -yith the safety hasten forward to avenge my Iosh I want no otlier assistance.'   The wounded man then hanging his of the Venetian terrirory," accourrements tipon his left arm, proceeded alone j The S.vedibh brig Happ, from Stockholm,-haS to the hospital.. General.'rHia Aut was dangerously j 'u^en ^ULU\MONEY  for PRIZEb.-The present Lottery Scheme contains ^ PlUcaof 3    .            L.ao.poo 10, .100 5 000 .1 2b Prizes of L,4,ooo ,   1,000 500 . i'.) R t^ U I- I.!;! Ni>( jN. _ iu. A C K iv ALL R () C K. , THE Cbmmittee for carrying- into cxeciition the .'VCis-i^f railiament for u-n !e-iiig moreciiinioili' us and for better re/ulatiiigfliePtrt of London, luvm.; a^cerfaintd, by varicus experitri-ni', th- ct)nsi>�ency ot the l y of Lomion, 0!t 'rhiirsday, the lotiv January, i8--6. al, 'twelve o'clock ,af noon, ti> receive Pr.^posaJ*, seak-a up, from |>efsons who �ir\?y he willing to remove it.' . Parricular."!, with'a Plan, rriay bs i-cn .it the OlUce.o Works, C; 0 JHOrtP b. � wounded : four Russvans seized him, and were carrying him o(F; six wounded Frenchmen, havirrj�; per-cerved Ihcjn, drove the Riissians'o'ft", and seized tiie wounded General, exchii-ring, 'it is an honour belonging to us alone to carry aw.-unded irenrh General.' parr of General Vai.hpbkrt's 1?;^ was Ciirried away   by  a b.il!.    .Fcni: 5'idvcrv :  vioNEY READY rw ADVANCE.   , AGENTLEMAN is desirous of laying out a C';'nsif'�v. py in the Purclias-'. of .A.n-nuities, secured on/rircJioUl, Cbnyholfl, or 1 ej-el'oW Estates, Marriage Sit!iL-rncnts, or any oth"r Properly, and on I'ersonal 'Jvcur'ty only topi.Tsniis of respctfiniiiiy ; tor v/irch the iiinsi lil^fr^l prices will hi g ven, an I Ihe Annuity le-dcpmihle rtt the plriiMire of rhe Boriowci". Tlw .hn>.iiiei. tilt-3 io. .aO, Cornhill, 54. Chaiin,i:-cto,ss, and St. Margaret's" "        '    � Hii', Hiirough.        .    .   .       . IN' a fcv^ day.' the Drawing cvjrr.nienccs, th: First diawn Ticker will be entitled to io,o2tl. ; the I'lisf-;  orawn .j^p.^o 'litkets A\il4 he cnftled uvrzX each, besnle.s the usual cjjnnce ot tlie L'npital Prize* ; iheso aiivantanes. are �(,n. r S.ile a variety ot I lekets and Shares on the lowest terms. The ntoiiey tor the Prizes paid on tlenund, whctheraail. or a- lOiOool. '        . v)r.iersby Letter or Carrier execute.dexai5tly on the same .  le'ms as tf'ptfsent. ----:-IJi Q RAND ... 3 8 lio LU i';''i'Ei  OJ9 8,000 10 Ojo 6.000 '    I 10^000 UU.siCaN's NAR. i\'s   . , �  �, ia[Ni;RAL. Th's Day is. published, cnibclli-lied with an ?ccurite Engraving of the Huneral Car. anri a coirecl reprisi-iiution of tlie Collin, wiih an lixplanatioii of all tl>e (.)ii;anii.'ius ; printed in izmo, and stitciicil up in a neat \Vr;i|)pcr, piice 6d. ACORRECT NARRATIVE of th^FUNERAL of MORA I'h) LORD VI -COUN'T NK l.SON ; comprehending ;in Account ot tlic Convcvance of bis II dy to England, rii. bo..'rd liie Vic't.ry of 1 ip (miiis ; an accuvate bc.:crip:i:in, of tlie .\lan.i*-r ot its Lying inMne, in l''c I'sirn.ecl Hall at i;r!.:ciu\io!i, on ihe j'ili, fiiii, ard^th pt January j ih" r'rocessii.-.n by Wator, on tne Si'i, jo VVliiit'Iiall, and thei.ce on loot to ilie Admiralty. 'vVii)! the Order nbseryeil in the (Iraed Proce.ssion to .St. .Paul's previ-ous to the sol-.tnn Cerenicny cfthe Interment, on the 9th of J-inu'irv, 1S06. I'ubli-lir-d hy Janies Cundee, [yy-lane, I'aternoster-row, ,ri:Hi s Id by all Hookselleis arid Newsmen. AN ir.ALlAN DlCl IONaRY FUR Til h P. �_C KE T. This diy is published, in a packet Volume, elegantly piinted On a fiiie wove paper.wiiha beautifnj Pearl Letter, price - I4s.iw b-aids,   Dedicated, bv peimission, to her Royal Higlinoss the I'r iicess Charlotte of .Wales. ANEW IfALlAN DlC'l'IONARY ; in two Tans, I taliinand English, En^ilish and Italian. Compiled t'om the b.-st Authorities; ihr worus illustrated by the Pliiases I roverbniLv l-.xpiessions most necessary tor eXpLiinni,; the triir .'-eivsc of A.uthois ; v/ith the addition of >i:a I crnis in most general use ; .iiid many words n,t tube foutul 111 anyo her l^iclionary. I'rinte.l tor   W. PcacocK and Sons,   Salisbury-suuare ; .     Jordan Ho'kham, New Bond-stroet ; and SCiitcheidiand Lei tern.an. ."^ vis Maria lane. . Wlure may be had, printed uniform with thtabove, ' �   � � s. d. i. An English Dii5li"nary, troni Dr. Johnson, bound z. A Geographical Ditljonary, with .ylaps, boards 3. A--.-.--^Grammar,      --boar�ls 4. ,\ Dictionary of Polite l.nerature; or, Fabulous History of Heatncn Gnus and liliisrrieus Heroes, Two Volumes, with Iwouty-tour bn-gravnigS' . 5. A I'ocket I. rteyclopcEdia ; or Library of General KnowiedKe, bix Volumes      . . 6. .\ l.)icti-nar. ui Natural History, with Plates, coloured      . '. ,    . or plain 7. A Piograjihical Didli''nary, by Stephen Jones, >.'c�v Edition     . . :. 3 b 6 o 6 o, 5,000 Fitit-dr.Tickets za .":itVooo.,T'cket8.:      � Fart of the fthove Cajiirals.'  't*Mt.dl�v�^'TlCklt ist/D>v      - jfi'.>,oro ..Ditto :      . , �    j^ib Day     - acooo ;U(0 -.              bid Uny , ,� I.'- . , �>i'to '   .     .     7t;-,   av     - f.ooo    Ditto     -     -    loth Day     - a,>oi       ' 'I'iikets ao tlice, ....  . Present Price of a Tick't     - 19I.   19s.        i ,H�.lftf-. ,- li>U          6d I iv.ghth   . il. .�/.   o'L 13 o 18 0 Mo This Day is published, in Fiv� Volumes .Oiilavo, pnceai. ^      in boards, ii Nrw Edition of -pHEWORJCS'bf PHILIP DODDRIDGE, D.D. X ' -with his LIFE by (XRIUN. ' Printed for J. J.ehijson; R. Ba'win; F. ai'id C. Riving-toii ; P. Wyipiiie and t>on j VV . Oiridgv and feoii j .Scatcherd and Lettcrman ; Darton and Harvey;. C. Law; Lunguun. HufSf, Rees, and Orme ; J. ^Vaikerj Vemufaiiu Hoid ; W. AJgiIvy and Son ; Cutliell and Mann ; Caylell and Da-virs; B. Crosby; Lackingmu and Co, ; J, Mawman ; J. Higham; and Matthews and.Lrigh. Of whom ni'ty be had, proached to taice him up:  Mir)d the ori^er ^.'f ;t day,' said he to them, with a vo'ce like thunder, and join your ranks-return vidors, and carry me oiif alter the b.'ttli-is ended: it vou n re beaten, nay. life will be only a burthen.' 'i'neTiSs of th:. wifr nevs the devastation of rheir habitations.' He added,; that, he wished for peace, but such a peace as would secure the welfare of the French pijople..   His Ma-j?.;-.tt then inforn^ed the Deputies, tjf his intention to. pr:.:sont the colours taken in the battle,, on the Arniiieriary of his Coronation, to the Cathednd of Paris; and that ""le ineam to. etitjust .th.es>:.4lCV^ t4wir ha^Tiijiif bt':.i;?r'tTiirt th^ be*deiivered to the Cardinal Archbishcp." . .'    . His Imperial Majusty has  sent the following, letter to the Cardinal Archbishop " My FATHF.K,-^We have taken from our enemies 4.9 stands of colours ot the Anniversary of our Coronation ; thnt d;iy whon the Hc-ly Father; his Car.vinals, and the wh.-le of the French Clergy, offered-up their prayers for the welfare of our Govern, mcnf in the piiurch of Notre Dj/.w.-We have re-. solved to deposit tliese colours in this church, as the cathedral of ourgood city of Paris. We have ordered these; colours to be presented to you, that they may be preserved in your metro-politKn church. It is also our intention, that the Anniversary of our �,Coronation shall, every year, be celebrated by the performance of a solemn act of devotion in our said cathedral, in commemoration of the valour exhibited .on that day, and of those who'died for their councry in that iftiportanr action. :. ; ' : " T.his is to be .followed by n thanksgiving to, th.c God of Arniies, f r the victory which he Has been pleaserl to give us ; and as thi-i letter iias no o:her objeiflin vit-w, we pray God to take you into hi.-, holy keeping.   From our Palace at Bfunn. l-Signcd) * Napoleo.w" On the fjth of December, when the Viceroy of Italy, rtM'iewed the troops near Bologna, consisting of A division of ten thousand of the National Guards under General DombrowsKy, the soldiers received the Prince with loud acci.imations, and their hats upon the points of their bayonets,The Prince ad. dressed them, and said, among other things, that t'leir zeal and alacrity atF;rdedJiim great pleasure.- �' In the mean while (added iic) I must inrorm yoii, that you have no enemy to contend with. The English and Russians have dceliiied advancing against the Kingdom ot Italy ; and ere rhis, perhaps, they have embarked on* board rheir ships. The young men, however, must remain under arms one month, to jierfect themselves in military discipline." The Officers then expressed their wish tobc put upon ac. tural service. The Ralogva Journal adils, " tharthe troops were : informed, tnat it was the intention ot the Emperor Napoleon tomake Italy equal to France in i7ulitaiy aftair.s.   Only a short periodvvas necessary to make ihe Italians a great people."  � 'J'he s>-.lemn inaugutation of the Austrian colours taken at Weriheun is intended for the first of January. p.aris, dec. 2r. captured by the F.igle privateer, of fjoulognci. and cajried into Calais. The Bav'arian Colonel Pocci, whoj as ,in Ad* Jutant ro the Empriror Napoi.ko.v, never quitted" nis person during the battle of Auiferliiz, mentions^   ' in his account of th!'.t afJiiir, that N.vpoleon looked upon the whole field ot battle as a chcsi board, and achially made all his movemetirs as a skilful pf4)'er. From the height upon whicii he itmd, he follo'.ved   � every regiment with his eye, bema; provided with tiie nu'Tiber of eacli up:;n a paper he ;-.'-lu ui his hand; Every minute Adjutaivts were dis;-u'.Chei wuh^omc of these papers, &c. Our journals assert, th?t tlv.-fort.resirs and teti-t dcs pints upon the Kig!;t ba;ik or tlie Rhine; vr/. Ehrenlueitsteir-, Cassel, .'\Ii.)t-.'v.sac :, anu Ke'i!, ht-. to remain m the posses-.ion of France, in conseqj-.... j of some measur-js which are to be aicpted by the D.ec of Raiisbon. ; paris, jav, .3. The accounts of the battles fou:�iit on the terrl. tory of the House of .Austria, w-;rt si\ortly follow. ed by the plea'sing intelligence ot the conclusion of peace wit!i tlijft Power. Yester.lav the Govcrnmeric received ii^formation of this wi-.hed-for e. cnt ; and although the day was far advanced, the neivs w.ss transmitie.l to the prir;ipnl theatres to be com.r,u-nicated to the public. Toistnjrr.in^, amidst a.general discharge of cannon, the sanie iiueliigence was posted throughput the capital. Th.e fqlla-.ving notic^i was inserted in the Official Jnnin � 1 :-, " Peace Was sigi-.ca at Presb.tr^-h, the capita J of Hungary, the 27th ojt December, at four o'clock in the tn-vrning, by Mips 'PaI.le vr.,\>;D,.on fine side, and. the; Prihce of Lic�te x.st� i n and Count; DE 'Guii-ay, on tiie ether;"' , - It is generally sUf'p^isedj, that the ]:cace which was � con.duded with Austria, In liie city of Presinirgh, to which the seat of netjottatJon was transferred eight' days betbre, wasi^eiuntiye^.^,. ., 6lR.l>ERS OF THE DAY. �� AtiMrly Pnrc^Jsci|iartY;^wj,,al. ihf,Fijst ?,.-oo fit Jcrtwill he e.itiVlca'to'SiI^euai,. i-s-d- solic of NapLrs Avent to iiieet the^English troops, and received the Generals with ihe utiniisr cordiality ; tliat the EtigHjSh ships, on lie:.ring 1 lie result ot the b.ittie-of'riaf.*Jgar, hoisted i�ir their criours, and fired a_/�/ li'jaie, which was reruVncd in .several .,.   Win .        ,.     ,       discharges trom the citadel;   that forty, thousand ) he Family nxpusitor: or.a Paraplia>e and Versionnf t'-e I ,9 ,     , - �     /    ,-. v. ,. New Testament; with CiniLal Noies. a .Piaclicil liii. NcApolltans were otder.d to join the English pr.ivemn.t otcnvh heclioii. "Bv ��. D.iddri.lie, ) .i�. >to troops, and that the Wiif Miiiistir, Fou ktguerrI, Tii^'^!^^t^^^u;^'^r haci.,moancedaKo>ai,lisp..c|iut ^^^^    V ,a ,,. .  . I. -J  '     vciiibel-, -aj)p? ecting the good coiv.tition of tliese brsve regimes.who had givfii him .such,pro.i^*'s of courage in the cour.se of the canipaign, and m the battle of .'\ustcflitz in--pat-' ticuiar.        � '.'.y"^''    "On the following day, his'Maje'sty reytewed thedivision ot Vasd.^mme, aiid ordered Marshal SouLT to inform them, that he was sati^hed in  t; for' a aotdier' wjio loses hia colours, L ses every th'tig:' ' Insiai tiy a thiiusand arms were lifted up-* vVV swearit, and w-� swear also to dltthd the E.igte you willgivt? u<, wuh the satne in. t epivii'y wiili.wh.ich wecapturea ti" etneniy'scoloijts^ v.hich weiio.v prc-vtit .you.,   ' in ihts citse/'saiii   

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