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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 18, 1806, London, Middlesex                                sATukDAY, jAmmr is, m%. THC'\T! jril! a^.l a Tia�eilv ca'Ied THE D1STKHSSM3 MOTHER. Orestesi by the Yoiine Rt'Sciusj Hermioi.ej Mrs. Powell, With THE OEVII- -lU l^^Y. . Sir John Loveriile, Mr. Uignum ; ]pbson, Mr. Bsniiiiter; Nell. Mrs Jordan. On Mbiiday The School for Friends ; with The Slesping Beauty. , And on Wertnssnay will h; produced (never lycfhrmed) a new Opefatic Drama, in five ai!:ts, catleil The Triivellers. THEATUU ROYAl., C'V EN i-C; A K DEN.. THIS PRESENT EVENING will be performed iTraserly, called GYMHELINE, King of Kriiain.   ' ,  rostniimiis, Mr. Kemble ; Jachinio, Mr. >. uokc ; Iino-l^cn, Miss Smith. , lo wh?ch will be atUl'^d, HAlM.EQUIN's MAtiNi; i'; or, Tiit Swn-limvian Sor-cerer.'-1 he Miisicconiposc;! by Mcisrs. A"/arcanfl D^-vv. - On .Mondiy Master Bsiiy will pvtoriii the ciiarailcr of DoiiuI.iS, a LN S rKANl), a VIEW of.Jhs'W-�mU(m�-e.cn-V of ri OK? \Cr -nil s bMUt !ul 1 tJM 'OiN^.^.nerjlK urn-5!.tared nneot ths hne.sr >cenes :ii It.ih .- I he ^pcd.it'.r is pTaced f>!'..lll_' I'alacc ht-roni, nverlo-.ii'iii^Mh'; kivcr Amo. ^11 the tour l(ri  >I t!ie Rii'.r; t.iedici I'aiiiily.with an infiniiy or iiVu.'c^tiui; ohie;ts too nuincrdiis to nu'iuion. A hnc ey.iianf.a ot the Vai--ot .^nso cnrielies the Laid-scapi.', bcundt:'d on all smes hy Mountains, (jnd ji.nrt oi the Appfnuirs. i he liay of Naples c; iininics ; xo �vliich has bseai added, a rejif^acntatioii of tiie laie a.viiu hruptiuu ot Veiuvius, aiid iiTiiiv ^�l^;ur^;^, Ac. Open trom lentillOusk. .Adin;aaiv;c to each Paililiiij; oneMnllifij^. .--- MUSIfJ. , ~^    ~~- THE folJow;ing Instruments to be (iispon-ild of c.v. tremely che.ip-Aiv;exctllfnt rine-tnivd Pe.ial H:irp ot �the very litcVi iinpioveinciits, p-ice 4^'suiv.fai, u>u.diyhO!d for 6.->. An elc'.;3iir and iius swi:ci, ton U i':.tmi I'lute comiilet'.', i'ur it4,Ki!inttas,tli.e iisuril.i'.r.xcji A vciy rine tuiud Grand Piano roVte (hy Stodait; ;-!aivr.-,onlc nn.i p--i fccta-. iiew, for only iS KViin'jas, aiid a ffiM I'cilal Harp but ij jjuiiltas. Apply at 54, QiicsirAnn-slreet, Portland X-'liaide. . N. n. I li-.ii is uherj only can ba had tiis fashionable much atfrnired iiL-wiy mvenre;! Harp Lutes, *�* Music and itiiiRiiiR taught at hiili ^'d ahroid. . ..MK. HOVVYl'R'S I'OPUT.Ali LOTTlvKY : f' Tor the Disjiosai of the jnnst sidendid VVorks in Kurope. npHE liberality Hnd tiprighttie�s of iVIr. Bbwycr's � � X   inteiitioils res.-etl'.nK .i'veV) pan ct rhU LottLry', b'.'in>; now mprp p"r/e�lly vi)icler>tooel, and the complete siitiifac-tioii invailudy m.iiiifir.sted by th^se who call to ser the i-n-gr.-iviius that-ar- to b- ^ivcn for the hliiiki, have' produced that cttiit, ;vN hich h. tesnty,'accOKtiiaiiied hy iib.tality of co::ducti can-ever fill tl> ensure:. 'i'he deiuaiid.tor'lickets within the last few weeks has ex^ -cceded vl-t.-Uowyer's most sanguine ex ectations ; and as lae;-tims I'f dra^'inH js rapidly^approac.'iiiit, Iv .^]ti'ulll wish to in-' form his iViends that tliere cart be he tluubt but that tiiC piico J of 1 icKets muitAdvance e-.'nsiderably. The very liixhiy admired Ton rait of Lord Nelso.-i.i;j Siv'n : at"lhc lime ef purchaiihR the 'l"i;k t, ,ind to rliose wlio |;vir-. .�ha?e two ttr.lcets.the I'ortraitof L^rd C lliaxwo d'1 >.ev. Tse.  , 'I'icki-is Three Guineas each-Sithi-ines >;iatis j to be, had at Mr. Ck*w)ers 'JrticeSj Palf ivuill anil c'ofnhdl, and at every Lot icry   srVND W^UTl.'�jr.: :"VT MD>;:)LETON, 162, Strand, Opposite New-  Casfle-stre-'t, begs leave to intp'111 the I'ubltc, that he has iiow ready (br Hal- an extensive assoitinent of L h I !'l; K ,C01'YiNG MACHINES-.for Coiintniji-house arid_ p'ivate "�sc. On the utiliiy of the Letter-C-ipying Maciiine it 13 . not necessary rodw- 11, asitisvveil Kno^vn tint twenty livn>; ieitcr.- ni;y be cnpiei', withourthe pussibility t�! err.)r,iii les^ time tlan one of a moderate leitgrh tan he wruteii ; h;; as � Jikewise a v/CiC variety of VVritioK aiid UrvSshi); Jtsivs, tor . "the use cf LaiiLS or (Jcntleinen, in iiiah'S-iiiy, Sdtiii "wood, i*c. � Picket'Shaving Coihriiodes jlVcket ouoks, Tliiead .Case^ &c. , �     . �    - -i.    I he Or'gin.il Manirfaaory for l;hi;k Lead Pencils. FULL 'MOnF^j'   for ; FKIZI'b.--Tha_ present L-.^tierY Schemecf.ntains '* 3       I'lizea of    L.20,900 I    3      Prizes.of     L.z.o.^o .   .�   ." .. 10,.00-'  �   .   .   .   .   . . .- 1,0.50. .  3    .     ....     5.0jo I   20   .   .   .   ,   .   .     500. - 'Hesiiles I rizes of 10! 50I. S:c. in I {what no other Lotury ever- fiosse.ssto) tht; hr5,000 I ickets drawn cut rt the Wherl will each Di entirl a to ill. be^i.ics the usu^t chance for'the abo.ve Capital 1 rizt's. �Jivjkcis i3!iti Slur.s are sielhn? in prrat varietv afvthe old e&t'ahfislied Oifics, 4 C onhdl, ai.il 4),Cli.irni^-Cin)>3, wliere the last 30,0001. and the two la:.t frizes ot 2/,�m5|. ever drawn, were all.iri.ired and sold by I - lilciH. ;    - I he Loti io: 2&,-Cornhill,-53,  Chaiin^-l.ross, and St. Margaret's Hill, Horoiigh. IN a few clavs the Drawing commences, th: First diawn J icker will be eiiinied to 12,0221'; the hnst-drawn 5,000 'I nrkcts will be enntled to 22I eai,h, besides the Usual chai.eeol tiie Capital t'riioj ; tlie-;^-aiivantanes are Cciuide aolvm iavour id those wtio buy betore tne jd or next month. h0rn.1by and Co. respedlf-ully .-coviamt the Nobilitv, Geniryi bocieli.>, ^uid individual Adventurers, that thay.luvc Ipr Sale a variety 01 I icketsa-ul bnaie.s on 't:ie lowest.le:iiii. The monpy lur the Prizes paid on aeuiaini, whether a ill. cr a'2o,oool.  rders by Letter c^Carrier executed exaiilly on the same terms as ;t present. T ADIES.-'I'hat SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS are one of the greatest drawbacks tioni the beauty and de. .        ,      VQC.'^L COl^.CJR.RT, iS 6, NF.\V 1 MS, HANOVEK-SQUAltE. Mess4^.S; HARRISON; BAllTLEMAi^; and GRl-.\t:)RKX, tfiost r?spe(ilfully acquamt the Nobility and Owltry thaptlie CO.N'CliRTS will cothuionce at th^ ab)vementione(l elexaiit l '.sHT-i!:�l3, .suhjetVto the osval limilatioi.s j and that this Cotiivany m.iy as�i�edly be seleit, with this special prayiso-" t. hat every Trcketsent to a Shop or a'Jealer to h^ disposed of, ihali be f.nteited for the rem'aiiider of the Season." I h.-Patrniiisof fo.riiift- years are respeclViilly en-hreated tt> sijznifv I their inteiutonsi relailye to the eniuiiis Seaso'i as soiilvas pus- ' sflMe; that their. Tickets may be reserved f>r rheiif^,. S Siibsctiptioi's are received at Mr. UirthalVs, ^^fo. ijj, Ne\v HfHHi-strset, and by the Managers, No more will ue issued than the room can well aecoiriinodate. .\ list of the pTiiicipal Vocal and Instruraeittal Pert.>rniers will be d\ily pubit^ned. � Leader of the Hand, Mr. Weichifli.-Organ and Grand Pi.ui'-Fortff, Mr. Greatnrajf. Since the cr^ntlusion ofthe last Seaiton the Concort .Roini ha> been coinp'uiely veiUi!atcvheiv.-a i'ro-.pteti.ts may be hid. . ^HK lenifjonry Ho isc ol the LONDON IN-5> 1 I 1 U I JON, as far as respe^s the Library ai d Uwdini; Rooms, is OPIiNHD THIS ijay for r'le o^e of t e I'roprictors a-.d Siil>scrib?rs at N 1. X. in the'(J!d Iv.'wrv, wl'.ere I lektjis of Aiiml-.m.ii may be obiainvdonapplu-ution (it tlieCRrk's 11Rice. ' .' ; B>Orderof thoGomniirteenf'VI.ina'fers, '  . SaM. VVOOL)S, Secretary.' Jiiniary iR, .;i8o5. p ISCIJ IT BKEaD, : tor Do^^s &c. to be Ay Sold in tpiantitiiS not l-.is th n.5 iM,i;s of nzlb. each, at Noi 42, Linie sireot, iu'iicliuicii-itrcet, LimuIoh. ' PATKNT SPl-CTACLES. ""pd,all who value their Sight.-The sight of the it. a^cd rest'iri-d, thi;, weak sijjht .sl'eiigt^ened, and.the per-f-'tit sight preserved textr-ine old aj;e, tipyn luic-iiiii|^ |iriii-finles, at No, 12, riccndtUy, near.the vlayuiarket.; Attendance daily from twelve to Five. - ' isj. li. Not 1 Ship. ..-    � STATE l.OTTi-RY. V To begin Drauil-i^ I-brnarv , / gWIFT and CO, No, it, Poultry, London, nnd sel li^cacyot.ithe Eenfale Face,-is allowed by every Man, from the Prince to the peasant. 'I o reinowe tliem various piepa-rations.'.tve, Ir. ra tunc to tune, startal up ; hui, most of thein (though ponipou.-ly advertis?dj, hjvi, j; besn frnind either ineiricacious or deleterious, ae fallen, or t.dlmj; to the ground.. In upraise of PREN i's DEPI LA fORY,' which sta.ds absolutely unparalleled .ind.jrstly.celeb.'attd;..the I'r.;-ju^ctors will only observe, that it removes tlic .t-lairs in a few Hiinutes,'without muring the akin, or causing any uivde.i-sant sensatiort ;vtliat it hivbeen hapnily apulied, andniKoly apjiroved in tti� hrst circles of fashion.and rank ; "an'd that Ladies iv:ay see It used, and thus have ocular di'moiisir-tion of Its cdicacy and mnoc�nce, betore they niakea purch.ise. It IS sold (by appointment of I rent .ii.cl Co.) wholesale and retail, by Mr. Perriii, .Mo. ij, aoiitlianipton street, Co-vent. Garden ; and reti^ij by the principal Ptriumurs,in Loiidhn. To Ladies in the country, enclosing the amount, Irtpijt postagCi It will be,jminedi:i,tely torwaidtd. Puce i'ive SlfilliK^s. . i T\R. JAVIEb's FEVER POWDER and ANA-Jji^I.EPTlC PILLS, pifp.uedat the reducil pricesof Js. o'i, the.packef, and as. git. j'er box, by NJ.^MIN PEURIN, Chemist, No. 13, Souihamptoi^-sueei, Cxivijiitr Kar^lcn; Londi-ii ; the only pe/sou who ever prepared ihein tor the,late Dr. Kpbert James ; they a-e eqi.ally gemtme Avith ihoaebotdat double the uric#. Also PiilvKlN's l\U Pi'KlA-*. OfcN J IV.RICF, that will iiake the tieth bia'i tifiilly whitC) preserve them trotti dec  ill do all that can possibl,�he,^Oiic hy any pifepitratl^if, inhixc^.t m iisnatgre, ;in 'nt m it.s Use, !.ii(t,wi>l r>f the, PR KS^ NT Li� rrURY, ill which the five thousand Kii.st Diawn T'cke's are entitled to Jsl. each, besides the.r chai;Cc of Cap't'il Prises; 1 he nnly. I'riz* ot to,nfii)l. shared i'l th� last Lottery, No. 18,539, "'as .old by Svvitt 'inl Co. as al.so No. 3.973 aPrtzeot        ^i,oo .7,176    , -  . ..   -    .     -       . soo And in flie Lotteries immediately:prectdiiie : 9 362 ,10,900        19,556 ^,000 Pesides "thers ofof 2. lovl   i.oool. <;ool. -   �-- �	6...-0 8	--      1 I 0 .0   ~--	8,000 Sj	   soj	10 0;o ., ?o	-           10-    '-	 . 000 j,ci3o I'irst-d.'.Tickets ja-^		 Z5 00' 1	ckets	 t-t! Part of tlx Mhove Capitals. 1 aivii TicAci ist . 'av Divo           -     4111 !?ay -          20,000 i >ii.o   � -     -     6th Day . -          20.0. . Di"o     -     -     7tn    av -            C,oo,i Ditto     -     -    lo'th D.iy -           2,\.on Tickets and Shares are selling at every L censed Lottery Olfice.     �    ,  �       .� �     �     Preseii4.,l'r:cr'of a l^cl^ct -      19I.   ig^. K'alf  -   - lo'..     23.   od  I I'.iKhth   -     2I. i2.s.   o.t. yu-jit-er  -.  5I. od; I .MXtetivll il.   6..   ol. .OFFICE 0> ORPWAJJCK,. Oec.' �7,-Vs'-j-. The Prlticipnl Oj/lcen of J'lis Mnjcsfj''s (JyJfirnn-e do hciiteiy t^'vf Nalice, l/j.il Hcy vUf S^//, ./,y, I'u'.lir 1,,-r-^c T?x.if-f.- ,f n xrnrf'rvwir AUcti'jn, fit UieTowr, on rutU.ty, ihe 2i,t ihv of J.i.'fu.iy \   t( L,K!Vif-i-i i -i Ot '.jL J..!.. 1 r(. / , next, betxvtc'i the Ivnirs ofelexiits a beautiful polish on tlie teeth. From it;i astringen-cy, It streiigthvns the gums, eradicates the scurvy, (which often proves the destruction ot a whole set ot teeth) pteiicrves sound'teeth IroiiKleeay'; secures dftcayed teeth from pecoming worse, fastens those vvhich are' loose, and proves the liuppy means ot preventing their being tlrawn. But what hps enhanced it the estimation ot those who have been in the habit of using it, is, that it prevents the return of the tooth-ach, (with which, latere that period, they hud been violently afilictedj. Likewise a Tintture,wh;cli possesses the pjiwer of e smg the most violent Pooth-Ach, aiivl ;s a wash With tlie Powder. A caution aganust purchasing without M Trottei" on the stamp imi the top of the box. -All others aiecounterfciis. Powder is. gd a box ; Pinilure, ditto; Hrushe- IS, each. , Sold, whol�iale and retail, by the Proprietor, No. j, Beaufort, buildings, Stniml; aiidhv. apppointHienr, at most of the wholesale .'ertumersm London, and oui of lown, as, Mj. S mmwis,; Pcrtjuiouth, Mt; Melts, dtro"'; Snook, Pcrtsca ; Mr. RichaiH.-, Pl\mouth ; Nfrs. SJiearc iff, and . Prosper, Bristol ; Mr. Vine, and Marret, Bath; Mr.^Ainohl, Isle of VVi>;hi; Vlr. Atkmsoii,' Chester; Dvce, ' Nurctiaiiipton ; Mr. Pratt, t a.iibMdgc ; Mrs. Itutlcr, t)\toidi Mr Lew-, tas, Southampton ; Hauis, Manche.^ter; T inibs, Worcester! M/. Cane, Colchester J iV.r. Sweiiey, liiriningltam ; Mr. pale, Woolwich; Marion, Rye. Plyasi; to ask tor Trotter-ttcf Nai)!;; written cn the Stoflips,       \ lUnikets, Coverlets, Hjinm-ckS, aiirlsundry ot':er .Articks of Hetlil;iig, Powder Horns and Itellowj, Cast, liiiahel, ann Lump Ikhi. C'opprr, Sree!, Sand Baes,'and varimivotlur � rticl>> ; the'ivlj'jle af tuhici' miiv he vinvnJ u]'o-i ui f-if.iti'.-r thf Hoii:,ui\i'./e i'lincipal' Stirckecj-i-'x Oifice, at the T','wn\ Hil ilie D,i_y,     S.h'f, iihirt .J.i-i/ite.'. Li./i'iJ lir L.U-iviil  i at i until ilie : delivned io thote i'irsoris t'.-ho ni.tyafj'/j for t/j^ yuiiid. Jiy bt.ie,-of t e Haa-ri, R. H. CR.IV.W, S-r-reM'v- VieTUALLING-OFl-lcli, Jan .-r: ,� t, '' I ^irWj CommiiitoHers Jor hffaaiijfi^ Ha Mttji-ity'i .        .t^ttv^tin fit'riy Ifiiie-Nittfe, littinn Fr!I,,-^ next, t)( 24th. uttt. ihry wiU bi rtudy m ttitivt lenders tn wrltnf^ 1 ieulciiup)^ anItiriit ...   . �. For w_hnt HoRshead, Barrel, Kilderkm, firkin, Topg aii  samples tj^ hcJ-^r.pJc^i^Lniffihe 7 emirrs} may it' ivanied jr,,-. the iC'iiicc of Ihh' D-'\>.iyi'mrin fi,r tiu.k-<' ni'^mh: r-'i-iain fow t/j.il day, tinujuitnr �/t:ifiM^ �ioiiti.'.i �w.tiftut^ s/miI ie g-ven ; and also � For what Rivers, Cnnr�cr s I o';h, and Conpcrace .e nciio interest, mnet_^ days ufiir d.iie. 1:1.1 L-,n.;flicas-cf tf:e CoKtract! may 6e seen nt toe Sfcre/arj'i 'A/'/ recarit '!"//Lehadto aiy Teikr in r:"'ico l,:ie price sbnil r.'K be i.sif ltd in w'trdx at itni^th, l>. los;, fid. lirookiaua, 2 v.ds. lo�. Ad.        . 'Pli'S d:iy W2re p'.ihlisIiJd, b.y Wili: :.� .inl o'lni^o 1. snil'r;, RohiiiMw, l.on'iMi,mui i;c!4 ur.d' Br rifute; di.iriuiull, price 7s>'i'l. tv ariU, conrr'.inipg tlje pplement ' o r le yuadrature of tiie. Circle, and Cieo.T. tryo -aid!;  o v.-tiich ar*; ad^lo.l, ineiiri of P.laiii uiul S.Kirr'Cjl liigono-iiietry.   S-'con-l Koitir^o md'trircd.    ,    , By JO'rIS PLAy'l-AlR. F. R,      l..ii.,n:r^h. Profe.;.s.(>r of Mjrheniaiiei. in ih-; ' Ji.i/'-.-s'tv .if   �� '*'-' POX. UylO-r.PH .-'.DAMS, M. O I'hvsreun t" tne.'-iMnirr'oK and lu'ccuiatinz Hpspt'.aii, aii4 Autiior of Obicivaiioiuj rn Vio.'bid Poi.'!''n.';, iic. , I'lblislied bv |. tolms'-n, Sr. l'aiJiij::h'irclHvafd, .-,;::�� I Mifr^v, Heet-tt^rt ; lor :b"iS5*lSOTpft"?ii'- S.n�(l t'oic H(j';|nra.t. r^rdo .iiSi> at-ihs Mospftali arid by Mr. VV i)k>, tiTa Pritit'.T, Sq, Ctimcery-lane A tew copies are irmtcd in com.mon s:?.:d 8vo, price is.fid. ' for sii(;h as wish 10 Inn.lin co!iecl;oi�i. 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