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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 20, 1806, London, Middlesex                                W 4180; THE^^; ie; Mr. I^oivirtu, Mr. Maihews, Mr. Ooriut.r, Miss Po'.ic,'5frs, Jor.tai', Mrs! H. SiiWoiis.Miss Mello;>. Auer which, a .u'w (Jr.-.nd l.e;;e:ularv M^-Io-Dranja, callwl THE SI.UHI'INC: liF..-\UTY. . To-morrow ihs Honey Moon, alter wliich tho SUe^irig .-Vndon 'Vcdnestby wjH b; produced fneyer pcrfcrmeil) a inew Oj^eratic OrHma, in five acls, ci']M rh^Trsvell.Ts, 1- >TpHIS PRESENT EVENING. wiU be performed JL a Tratwtv, called ^ � f)<)UCLA�. F" ^pt9a\ by Master Betsy ; I-ord Ramlolph, Mr. Chsp-m.- NE T; or. Tlie ScwHmvian Snr- cerer.-Thi MusiccoiVi'posrt by Messrs. WateauU IJavy. To-morrow; Mudl Ado AboutNothiiiif, with the new P.'^ntorjiioje.      '     ' ^. :   : / - .;   ; � �" TO the PRCIPRIE i ORS cf LAST LNU'lA '^TOOK. :    'LAOItSAJCttGr.NTtiM�K, IN compliance with the rerommendation of many vaUi^Ic Friends, who have zealously sui;ported me ti a Candidate fai* a SMt in your l>i;eotion, .1 bj); leave ty ii^form-you, tharit is myiirm intention to otter myself to your favour on the first vacancy which.may bccur, anit to assure' yoit that I retafn a grateful recoUettinn of ther>blination you h�ve already confsrred upon mc bv the great support on a former vacancy, wiiJij 244 Votes baHoiotl tor > number never before unsuccessful;     . I therefore earnestly  urt ot birectotsj and sliould I atraui this objsift of my solicitation, 1 shall ever study to iTiTit your kmdi>?ss.  .   i have the honour to be, with the grcatss rc^iitfl. Ladies and Centlemen.. i \oiirniQstobligedhmHW;Ser�nnt,   � " New nroad-strcet, London, JOHN JACKSON. i6th Jan. iSaS.    ~ GENr'RAL I'OST-Ot-F.ICK, Ian. i8, iX-6. TXTAL&EGRAVE ALEXANDER, Jate n VV Sorter of Letters in this Otticc, stnfidinj; indxted at the Session of Oyer and lertinner, holaun tor the City, ot London on the i jth of January iiisiant, tor secreting a Letter eontnininpa Haik Note, W S>x'ver shill apprihe.-^d ind secure the said WaJdB.;r3ve Alexander in anv. of his-Majesty's (-aolsof this fc.ing.tnni, �wifhin twelve months, will be entitled toa Reward of ONt HUNDRED l'0\IN)iS. The said.VValfie^ravB .Alexander is .ibout 21 years of age, five feet six inches high, well set, walks iiuon Jus heel, is of a fair complexion,- bnicoth face, light hair, ftnchning: to sandy) croptdose. Hcis f;ciicrallym mnlion when spea-'-in),',- h�s a Rentee! address, talks rather thkk ; has usually . worn abJue or black coHt, and blue pantaljons.. i  he is autlioiisfd to advance fur.Lite Aniuntses exceed that of siny other tiyi-, partn-ularly in Sums from ^oid. to i.oool. Theseciiriiies required to neon Landed Kstates, Houses, ' l-'iiiided nroi>erly, uiider Trusiees, Clergyman's Liv-n);s,&c. - 'fhe mnSt 'dberal price according to- the security is given. Jtcdeemable at option. . Teritonal applications, and le'ters (po-it paid), daily.at- - tendeij'to at his-house, N.o, 22, Cecil-street, Straivdr ---r- . 16 I'RiNH i:rs.      ~ �TpO be SOLD, an cstaWIished PROVINCIAL X NIviVSPAiPER, and GliNHRAL PRINTING BtlSINLSS, in one of the piincipal Sea-port Towns in England. Also, the LEASIi. of a commodious PKINT-JNG Of FICF., w'itli a varieiy of excallent Type, rriniing JPre.-s, and other Materials, well adaptfdtot carrying on the Printing b�.^illesS on a ver) extensive scile. To prevent nnncessary trouble, the purchase will be about J,5oo[.,; the fno"ey to be paid by irtstatments. The. Book-Di-Dts, which will be included in the purctiuse, amount to Upwards of 500I- Addrcss letters fpost Paid) to 1^. G. to the care of Messrs. Tayler and Newton, No. 5, Warwick-sqiure, London, by whom they will be forwarded to the Advi-rtisrr. ^TATE    LOTTERY   for   iSoy,    contairing 25,003 Tickets, he>:ins Orawiiu; Monday, Feb. 3. The SL" H f M li CU N SIS r.S O F Pnzes of     L.2o,aoD j   j     i-'riie.-jof .   .   .   .        le,.noo    S   .   .   ,    . . 5,000  2o L 2,    J : ri''9P I no , -And thefiRst-drawn s.ooo Tickets will be entitled to i2l. each, exclusivi ot tlieir Chance ot Canitnl frfit-s. , Tickets and Share.s are on Sale byllAZ.VRD. BURKU, �C9j Slock Hrr-kc's, at theic St.ite Lottery Olhce, No. iljider the Royal ExcnaHge, l.omion, where, within the 1 >-;t vtrtii Years onl& Ciipital I'rizes to tne aiiioin-.t of b'oo.aool. andupwards,.R^ve been sold and shared, exi-luaive of those of <;ool. and"un(|pr. *�* Count-ry Ordp.'.^, arieompanied with short d-�ted Ril's on London, Post OfPceOrder-, or Cash, in t'a'cel by Coach or Carrier, p;Mled up, si'rd Signed on  ;.'i>i!ii.e, :ire rjqu.-sted to observe-1hat Mrs. ivniijht. No. 1, Itakei's-courr, H-ilborn-barii, having rec-'iV'-il his pariicnUr 3114} int-jiient, vhey nmy depend fhy inciosini; ijie amo"-tr'-I'l"'" he-Ing supplied Willi this Depila'orv, imported IrMiii. '.ijik'-y. -i'ricc.^s. 6J, the bottle. .An abutemeiit of one.shilling in sx bottles. Sold Wholesale, Retail, and for Exportation, Vy Messrs. Shaw and hdwards, St. I aui's eiinrch->ard ; M' Siie, ce, York r Miss (ireason andMr. (.ore, Live*, on! ; Mr. Mjiines and Mr. Haslop, Minichesti-r;Mr. Drewiv, Oerhy ; Mr. Newcombe, Stamford ; Mr. Ridge, Najy^rn.; Mr. Ivddowes a'ld Mrs, Wooil', Shrcwsburrv ;. ..ir. Swinmrv, Utriiiinglvnii; iVfr. CoWTlell, Leicester; Mis.. Marnoit, Hath ; Mrs. Sliiei-clifieaHd Mr fine,. Bri>tr>l ; Mr. Hiaki'hev, W i-dsnr; "Mr; Jlnrvey, Kouihainptoii; Ms'ii.r the pu'pose-'ot considering th; operation of the .Act of the 44'.h Gea. 111. c. jfi.) held at the Towhiiall, in Rt-ad-ing, on Wednesiluy ihe.nih day of Jainnry, iSjfi.. vMORIS XIMliNKS, Us.]. Sherilf,  was unanimously called to tiie Cli.iir. The Sherifl'communicated to the Mcctmg the Swretary t,f State's Lttter, siijnifiing that the Addressomh; UteViil'-rv had been presented to Hi* ;Vlajesty, and that the same had been most graciously recei.vcd; Alexander Cobham, Lsti; tlie\i movedfhata I'ctiiion be presented to Parliament prayiii-^ a repeal of so much of the Ael for establishing awA maintaining a permanent Additional l'orce(44. Geo. 111. c. 56.) as required t)ver.-  Majesty's Trf:ii.5iiry, pu.si! .in to .�\ct :>f Parliament, to let to hfriii the Dntie;; grained bv "An t " A�l ol tl;c I'wen^y-fifth of his present Maje.,tv, on' HorscN 4." let to hire fjr tr.avclling Post, and fay tunc," 1   �iVi* nnt't/'n- I^ULL MONEY for . Lottery Scheme contains 3 Prizes of L.20,000 3             io, t:d Prizes. Ihe only Prize of toioool. shared in the last Lottery, No. iS,539, was sold by Svviit and Co. asalso � Noi 3,973 a Prize of.      �>t^o joo .- And in the Lo'te.ries immediately preceding : . Na.6,7qi     - �ti,aoo  No. 20,952  - ;^io,ooo 9 3ftz   -      10,0-33        �9.556 5,000 Besides ntliar-! of of a.-iool   t.oo-ol. 520!, &c. in:. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK and Co. respect-lolly acqoamt t.V)e Public, that the Scheme lor the Snte Lctterv to commence Drawing on the ?dof next month, 18 j6, con>i5ts of I w.-nty-hve t.housand I ickrti, and coiitan.-i Prizes' of V^.20,0..!0 i'l.oo.) 5,000 2,000 20 no Puzcs of ^ 1 000 500 too 50 .Am rhe 5,000 f-irsfdrawn. 1 icktts 22!. each, besides being ent tied to the chance ot the Capitals, and all other PrizeS. I ickets and Sh.aies are on Sate, at their Offices, Hank PiMldi -gs, Coinhill, and fating, the .Gave ot the king's Mews, Lhdrini:-cros>, London. G RAND LOj-T ER Y in FEbRHARY 3, ,8j6. SC UiVSE. Dravvin^t of 3 � 2-j I 10 10 O .0 1 00 40' IO< 0 is s,.ii0 i'lrst-dr. i ickets i2 S5 000 r vkcls Part of tlic ibove C3;ntaU. r!'-t.d!a-i*ii iicket ist .'�� . Ditto    . . . ^->  ao jO (BQ-5 6 00 8>ooo 10 ujo ^ -oo 0 000 �iS-i,o:o �ic,0'a 20,000 t.Oao 2,cot Ticket* and Shares are selluu' at every L censed Lottery Present I'r-c-of a  icket IU!f Ou.i.'ter -. lol. -   5I 2:.. ti. ol Oil Elgllth . �SixrecM'h 19I.   191. 11. iL i2>. oi. ol Ail early Pu'thase is advised, as the First <,t;oo Tie-to �2l. eacn, besides their chancsot the fcets will be ci.title l.'anitals.   � T70 R tho.M.' Distri'ssingDebiln^es which prevent X' or render uiiliit'ipv the .vlarnagc state, {t)ut cann r, vvith a due renaidio dulic .cv, he mentioned 111 a fVewspapoi) long exnerience has proved sir 'LANS .L(�ANK's KF.M 1< -RA-rrVEand REAMMAllNC PILLS 10 be'the m.'St certain and sovrfrign I'medv. A Pi \"n i^. t.Hil by .Messrs, It icon and Co. 150, ilxt >riUstri-et; Mr. W:irii, 324, Holho'n ; Mr. I ntt. Royal Uxchan^e ; ami .-jH the iirtiicipal VcntI of I'ropri t.iry Medici'iei in Lvindon,^ 10 persons In t'-e t ounfrv, nic'ns ng the .-im nint, tr e of pn-livve. they will he iimu-dii'.cly i;>r\V4K'.�,L Pi.ce Half-ii-Ciiinua.     - -   , of Parliament, to let tohfriii t!ie Duties grained by " An ' � *'" ' on Hois's .   do hereby give notice, ~ '. That we Intend to let, at our Oflicc in Somt-rMt iMic^, tVe said Duties to farm, on S-iturday ihe 151I1 ot Jjinuiv li'xr, berwcn Mie hours of ten .ind f.velve in tlie fori-ii o within the district un-lermeni ion.id, fir the r/-nn ot tr-ce yi-ars, from the ist of Febru,-ems and Jeiix D'Fsprits of. e'.'cry kind v>/!.it V. have appcrtml in the Put>!;c Papers and other ^f:'.fu\n"!i W'orks, wi;h ! x-.ii.iiiat-.ry Nntcii r.nd .�\i!Ctdotei>ot'.'M j � f the persons alliid d to. *�* New Edition'., "f the Vol in'C.- rf thi;: h'th'- -      'li �" V.'r.rk tor v;--^-, 1-"^^, 1----0. i -.   iH l� I" may n.,w i-'niit;"'' � .r  ! P-'-cyUiii  i.   f.'i,: i:yt) itJ.--j'-�-.'.>-!�[!: iii-e. -is; i : f.>r Jainci K;^ g'-v.jy, r.,. opjii.-iite T:'yiu*-^\r:r-. In ilie <-oiir.se cf tiiis M'-r.'lrwilf 6e piiblish?.'!, in   Vcl .me ivo: AK ACCOUXt of t.!i? STATE (�f rRAKCK nuriiig tt-e J:..sr J'F.rcs Years ^ particiilarly as jt h�s ;r--laiitr. to ri'c t-:cli;!C Piovinc^s, and the Tres'.me t o< tut Liij;-.i�ti.vrriiBient r 'je,pnre One Gii-'nsa. �. .Mr, l.rnlaistrsS Roni;h SkelcM ot I'urs, i^-'ncn^, >-i^. Mr,' Ci 1 ir 1 ^FF^N^O^:-�vv'if f)    uy>^~cT^Vi'l7.i.T r.LACKS'rONE's   CO.M%!l-:NTAKri:S.     ' This (lay is vmtiiisn'd, h irT'simely pri-ired--o fo'.ir v-'-ni octavo, pni.ir, 21. �. m boards, a new tditi'mj bnpr tri" I-'oiirt-:-enili. of 1 ' CO M M R    T A R IKS bn -1 h? L A     -     '      KU.kN'S JLS 1 ls,t. ' . Tbis day is ))Ubliihed,^in four larie volumes' ocl.iw, price Tw) Guineas in-boaut-?^ anew eriitirin.-bei.igthe tweiitieih, corrstted and coiiside-aMv e-.i'arged, of DR. BURN'S JUSTICE of the PEACE and P.VRlSil OFFICER, with th- i.djndt;ed Cases and Statute-r.-litiv? to th;: OHic.-and Duties of a J usiice of the Peac?,br.ui-'" flown to the present tinic. JyVVILLlAAf. WOO..>t;AL!., of the liinerTe.mple, E.tq, � -.ongin 1...------,----, .... huiierworih, Fle.'t-sirecr, Of vuh-im may be had, by the sarrie Author,  f,  Ecvlisinstical Law, Sixth Eaition, viith Notes and References, by Siino 1 Fraser, E-q. Barrister at Law, 4 vois 8vo, iL lis,'in b- s' in ^boards, - ' : as at-)ove. NEW NOVELS. ' -This day was pub ished, , ""HE GpTTAGER^S DAUGHTER: a Talc of the 19th Century, in 2 vols, t;s. -T 2. Fventfil Marriage ih 4 v Is.by the .Anthot of Monck- tiin, nr'tlit^ Pnio of F leiiOf,-price rSs. fift.-irils. 3. l-,vei>fieli Abbey, 3 vols, price Jis. by the Authoress of the Aunt ajid Niece, 3 vols, 4. Perdina id and .Amelia, 3 vols, price 10s. fid, �rhca'>nvc have been rt-ad bv a rcsoeclable liu- arv Gcnt'e- man, who ajipriives of rh." moral tenileiicy aiii! tne abilities of ilie writers.-.All ot which are writt.n in elia,:-fe,s London: Printed tor ii, Crosby and Co, Statinncrs'-comt, Paternoster-row, Wht-remay hs had, la'elv pu'-lishcd, 1. Scenes of Life, bv r. Harral, 3 vols. 10s. 6,1.   . 2. Sec. nd Love, or. Way to be FLtppy, 2 vols, by Mrs, Norris, 8s. 3 Lan we Doubt it ? or, History of Two Families, of Ni.rwich, 3 v(ds, los fad. 4. Leopold, or thu Bastard, zd lulition, 2 vols i-r.. 5. Sfierwood Forest, or Northern .Adventure-i, .3 vokimi-s, ICS. 6d. 6   I.oiiis.i, or th� Ttiack Tower, 2 vol.';. Ss. Forthe IISF. of TUTORS of both SI.-XI-S. This Day was published, price 2S. 6,1. printed on jline wave Paner. to the USE of the th SesCi, pariicularlv iie-sigiied tor Sclwols and Pri-vate i eachers. Bv JOHN GRI IG, Teacher of Writintt, Geography, Arnhiiietic; Mat!-em.itics, , - itc, iwhel-iea, L->ndoii: Printed for B. Crosby a.d Co. Stationers' Court, Patcrnostc'i--r)w. Wliere may hf had, bv the same Author, I. A new F.diti n, vefv mu^h impr veil, beiiii; the finrrS, of the Ycung Ladies' New Guida to -Aiithinetic, reatlv ilouiid.    Price 2.S. 2 A Nuvv Inirnducl'on to Arithmetic, designed for juni--;r Pupils and Giamniir Schools, Arc,   i-nce is 3. fomkin�' ae.iulies of En/ ish Poeiry, iSmo. Price3i. U lund, _____________ . �    : �   '       SCHOOL HOOKS. Pri ted forU. Crosby and Co Stationers' Court, Paier-.oster Row, I ntidjn, ..ii:.,r....ii liss-l'aok, Con.-.!sting ..f iv, Orations and Hjran,.;u;s V. Epistles, VI, Mjsoelfancons Pices, VII. Select i'oeficaf Pieces. AN INPRODUCTlbN "GLOilhs, tor Youth of hrit DR. MAVOR'S NEW SPEAKER ; cr, Ei%.   t-rom tne hteiichot Abbot l.i-njiler dn Fh-sho-,-. ll!nytra>od with a Nhp �i'd ottier i:eoi�rapi;ical Pliiti's, ncaily priiuid, Pn�,8 One Shillinj! iiml Sis.iJcin;o. f .V' Ik- ctretu] to aSk lot the Edition pfinti-d at 1 ann 1.1 j for Cioshymd Cj\ 'I'his I>ay is publi-.hed, hr.ds hrelj- printed in ,six Vf-Uunes, Oi'.avo, price zl, 2s. b;>ards,aiiewaiHlcomplet.' I-d-tiinof AN INQUIRY into the PRIxNClPiJiS of PO. f\. LiriCAL CECONOMY :  being, an Esiay On the btienre of Domestic Policy in Free Nations; in v/liich are pnrViculaily considered PoiFulation, Agfitnliure, 'frade, !ii-. dusi.rv, Monav, Com, I merest,Circulation, Panks.Excharige, Publ'c Credit, and .Taxes.   And the other'V\'�rks Polifcil, Metaphislsal, and Chromlo.gical, of fh.-late Sir JAMES STF.UART, ofColrness, ftart. Now first collects by General air J A M L" S STE   A R V, Kart, }iis Son. .. To which are subjoined. Anecdotes of the .'Vnth.Tr. Pri tedfrrT. cadell an-:!* VV, leaves, Srrimd Ij.is v>> hre puoUstieti, hanUiioinci) prii'.ieil ai 10 iscjp svo..... > price 4s. 6d. b.raidi, POrrvTS,  chi.fly descriptive of the 'ofrer .^r,-'. more delicate Sensations and Era.-siion.-i of t!ie H:-"i j origii a! and translated, or iniitatcd t'roni the Wot--; .ifuestjer. By.KOlihK'r FFLLtnvs, A.\I.O.xin, Prin'cd for J. Mawman. 22, Poultry. - Dl wh ini may be h-dd, bv liip s.mie .Au'ri-nr, A r.Ul!-:F FKl-^-i'l I.sE.i:a l.'iFATi-l,  Phi .s j,diirnllr. Morally, a,id PradVcally consi;'.-r-\i.   Jnfoolsc.'.p Sivo, pnce js. Dour .An I or -o.iring f-r piibii;-.i^i.-sn, bv *hc f^ms .Ant'io-, Aofspi-c'JLAT:^i-:.-!:!dp; i\ co,\S!,!.Mi-1 iii-,\s, ^-c. PECrOKAL F-tSF.VCF OF COLTSFOOT; �^l-^iE Herb COLTSFOOT, called Tnsiilago by the Amionrs, was d stinguisnrd bv them, as its Name ihfiici-ii'N c nvevs, f.^r its e\c--ll:iice m t!..e Cure of Coughs ri.ui oiher I'ulimiiaiy Lom.ds'nt-;; and this l-.s-ifiics ban, in Tift Coiir>eo; a li-n e and eiK-ctual nnieJv for (^ouj-'hs, A^ittmias, and all Dmonlers the Liin,;s. 11 pen-:li ojiens thtf breast, and iinmedmeJv , ives Li!)f-ty of Qi-:.\tt;ii.>;, wuhr-dr .-lav dangerot taking cola. It adiii.r.mly allays tl.e iicklirg u h.irh pr. jtr.- and :!0n.-, at No 4;, tlio Last l-iiil if .St. i a'll s, !.i-nd 111, in botil.'s, j-.ricr j-i. ftd. each, iliiry ii.cludesi, mid dv those \ d.\s ii> the t, iintrv wIm hive an annual aiim-iiiriner.t nntler ihett .ici-.n-irf .-.n 1 hc-t!. .\o.iic aro genuine t-m ihn-e whii-h havcth- U r l)eiv,''\i-, 4-. ^f.Tail'^,'ingraved. inrl:p -s, ^^;�a|iii W ui>wards of iwimv a--ar.;,    --    . Manv Oentlfiiieii ot the tir-i d-siin�i;on m this kinKdo f'. ,is well a-i .-ihors, w-ios- c'-.ii=i.!,.ti-ins were biv:-;-.-n ami i.ebi: Ltaiei! bv iiiidori;, 1 m tih' p werun courses of Mercury,',hAvs cxpeiuiiceil s:.c salni.-irv t-!!-;ts oi this Me heme; lor af. tiio.ig!i bv ill-.' use ot t.ai \ii -e/al, ihe \ enrreal Poison ir,iv :v' evaduated, tne- biooii hccmes ii->ip.)Ver.is!i�l, the nerves Wiakci.t-.i, tlie ptccrPHtive laculiies niijiair-od, and persons to.) ot.en rtduceit t,> a ^late c-t nii.scrable i xistence. '1 his Re-  St raiive, b) il-i h-ilniV, ^ot'e)lllg, liealiiig, inviforatitlg qnali- ' t^es, > !ve.Miew file lu ilis c.n>Mutiim, and picvents its Jal-lui>;innnitc,iy. Sold at IVad.v's Medicine Warehouses, No. 1?, Qld Rend, street; and No. 1^7, I-iect-sir-�t ; Ncwbeiy a.-'.d Snns, Ni�. ,.5, St, Pa'.d's ; Mis, .Mavhews, Sfand ; i utt, R,->vai Ixtli.iin;;;; liicon, 0\t>id-st)^ct ; i.rt|iw.dl, prmrer, I'aih ; AVnlstrnlioine, book.>ilL-i, Vom; and all Venders of Ma-ditinea 111 t..-wn and country, piice us. 3d, the box ; ot in larger lioves, onlv iL 9s, wiiich coiitam the qiiami'y (if six Mmll, i-ii nude nn tor the Ainiy, Navy, &c, A Pampli'tt on the vntvu-s of the Restorative, with a I.is� ot <.;nre�anne\ed, tiitv helwidi t the Venders, price 6d. CoMntiy.i;eiit!einrn and oiiiers may be siippliid iviib t'lts vaUuble .Vlediui.ie bv sending oidcrs by coachmen or Nr sii>gcash in a smill parceldir^'-tcd to Afr. 1 dm S'�aie, No. 1 \, OW hond-st'Oft j K't which ur,,\^i^ cwiiletc p4cking-l)o��s -ve prov d d for sendnieit �tvroAiV ;iart ofihekiniflom, �islaid, Scotland, �ff.   

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