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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 22, 1806, London, Middlesex                                nil-ATtt- KOYAI.,, OliURY-I Ar>/!-. 'HISPRESKNT KVCNING their Majesties* "^ervaiv.s wiil ,tT[i time) a new Operatic Drama, in WEBmSDAY, JANVARY 22, 1806. �five siU, calletl THE -lUAVELLERS;  cr Miis.ic's Kascinstion. AVi�*i entirely new music, scenery, machinary, ik;csses and decorations. The principal-'cheradters by ' Messrs.SEIljston, I3rah3m, JohosiaiiP, �>l�thdws, Dowtoi), a'iid Daiinister; M  r 111 n c's V fo lie. nrHIS PRESENT EVENING will be ijerfcrmed JL   a Tvagedv, called �"       IHRBAROSSA. ,; Auhmet, Master Batty J Zaphira, Mrs. I.itclifieW. . '! o which will be jKkied, � HA'RlJ.QlMl^'s MACNE r { or, 'rite xScari'linayian/Sor. .t(jier.--rheiMusiccoiiip&se3 Hy Mci.irs. VVardaivit Davy, 'ro-morroyv, Cynibeline, wiili HarlequiiV's: MaRner. ; UBFRAl.  KDUCATION. A-BENEFICED CLERGYMAN, who. h ht:. lijular CRaOOaTU of the UNlVERsn'Y ol OX-K.'RD, cominencln)? the Kciucatjiui of his ou'ii t\vo Sor.s, receives-into his �am\iy a^Slil.lVCT ViUMiiER of-Yi Mug Centlfineir o!' respe fofin.    ^ �' , ! siiii..f(:ii is universally kw.wiV to V.e pajticularly lie- ' V,. The pri'miaes are sjiacious aii.'i e!e,;unt. The do-ni';-.s. c :rcc)inm-U:Uiinsareotthefir-it descrii>ti<3ii. A    ..to' Cp iifrhe Piaii.iiivl Ti-rtn.s miy, be had gratis  th^�ir v.vn;thy M.l>'^r, )iT0j'Ose t.vdine togetli-c ji^ tlie iiioiith oi .Ser)le::lb!^r next If is rejiiii.st�d ihat such of their SchoblfclloHivvIn) ITlfr.an to join tjum vv;l! iiave ti  the iiite stum of the CHT'tiunrH-Wio have lakcjr ihe libi". tv of.'r..' .'ing this A'dvertiserrie't to propose ii day ( r whicij. p'ubiio iri'ice iyillbe afrer*Vardi giveni,, and to est.iblish an Aniiu^u UtstituTidiv, which ihsy have ho doubt will be well � attended L, , � J minry, iSofi.        . CA-'VfHOkti'S BRITISH CJ.RCIJ LA fi NG LiJjRA- , AV, removed froili the >vt find, vj; iMES CAWTHORN re.spevtfully informs the ^5 "<;obility,,Geutry, andPuWtc,.th-above Librafy is now reopened at No 24, Cockspiir-strtct.'' On ex.imination of-iriie Catalogue it will be loiihil to contain the Works of all <;;irientaimlijioderfi AutliofS, together with the nevv pub iicat Oii.i t.i thcpr-esent pefi(jrl;; shouJd.he be honoured with t.'ie Public faffonage, he will ^ince his gratitucU* hy thpcu-divaMui' tfyery valdable P.ublicition which has or is yet to app'ibr eitlit;� in the Rnglish; TrencJi, ltaii.in, or other l.an-gliaxui. As n is' his deitermination to tender this Libnry su-ZMfji 10 �i;v e�'tr yet formed in theKinf,dom, he looks for-v; u<;- c. tii, sci' in Voiir Ijiiection. I bej; leave to i'lforin you, thatit is my tirm niifniion toCtter myself to jour fa-vijtir on ilieli'St vucan.cy v.hich may occur, ami to assu�c you tliat I r'tair. agrateful lecolleilio'i �f the obligation you hnve already confetved upon me by the gfCJt support on a former vacaiVy,. when fight .Uundred and Forry-fouiVctei ballot-evl tor me, a number twvcr bifotc unsuccessful. I th^;ltfo�re earnestly entreat the honour of yi.ur votes and .,up|>(>rt lor the fitst vacancy in your Court of Oiretlo!S;.at)d should I attain tins object of niy solicitation, I shall ever study to merit your kinduess. ,., l.have the.hononr to lie, with the greatest reupcft, Ladies and Cei)ile/nen, '. Your mostobliged1i(imbIeSer/anr, K'ew J!rnad..sfreet, London,' JOHN JACKSON. ' i6:h Jan. lS;6. No. a5,' Ccirniiilt, ji, CIiaiiitg-L'ross, and St. Margaret's HiJ opol. Orders by Letter or Carrier executed ex.ntliy on tl)e sam; �terms as it'ptesent. . � ,   STATK I.O'l-TliRY.  '        " To be;u,in Drawing Vibriiary 3. SWIFT and CO. No. i i, Poultry, London, and at ilicirC-ifio.ffs. in. must -f t.'ie principil Town.s, Hrs selliimthe Tl.CK-UT.Sr and Svl.SUE^'.of tlw' l'�.fcSlit^J !.i)irEK.V, in which the five thousand   hirst  prawn T-c!v.::s ar- etititUd to jil. each, besides ihc.r ciuucs o! CapitU rri?.os. pvily. Iri2> ot 10,opal, shafd in the last Lottery, N'o. i8,;i3,^v;ts.;old by'Swii! .-.nao. asalso N"-,3'b7.5      �  a Priz? of      ' /J',oo\' .� �        . '7,i'j6  : - � -        V10 . Mid in the Lotteries immediateh'p.'e.cedin;^ : �No. 6,79t �z:>,ooa   No. 2",9,r>no ic Prijtes of ~^5,f30o ZD . ." ; 2,006 jA        _     � 1,000 And iHjSo4, and Firs,t Lottery ibo;, t.e following Capital were sold in t^.;3 Sharts, naiiu'ly, entitled to 17,4-7, entitled to 1,000 iGiSji, .   ,   .   .   s.ooo . .'3.747 besid 2",0I.'0 I0,'.)0() 11,043. 456 7.6X6, 2 t.OOO 2'1,0'j;) 2Cj,O?.0 v�;ry much iiTiprpvedth-japjiriicleji which rtj.der them the cheapest aiid Cl^anliest'l'urniture-iiow in i.ss; The folloiving list fftrms-a complete set.'wliichWili te kept m repair for I"�v> (.ujite^speraimuiritr^ , Tt-a K,ettle��      V^nte^'Sl' 'and' vTf r �c. by the above born; 37, Cotnltdl ; andjB, 1-Iaymatket, Picciulilly; where Tickets and Shares are now selling, in grejit variety of Numbers, and the P nines shared by thein paid on demand. Schemes gratis, and all business relative to ti:e Funds traiisailed with great care and p�t>itaaliiy; <(lf , N. p. Please to observe, the $000 First-dra'.yii Tickets will be eniitled to 22I. each, besides the bereticial chance of every floating Capital in the Grand Scheme ; iherefcre an early purchase, is particularly rec'TOiTiended. St   .lames's-street, and No. 149, .Oxford streef, GAPITAL   PRIZES   Soli  and   Shared  by liOl'JC.I-.S and Co. last year, viz;. Nc. 3,944, a Prize of 2o,ooul. in i Quarters, a. Eighths, and 4 Sixieentli. Shares. -   ; No.  19,408, a Prize of   r n^nl    in r   Wulf 6 Sixteenth Shares,   And No 9,787, a Prize of 5,000!. in Eighth, ahd^ 2 Sixteenth Sliarcs. Al.fom the late Lotteries, preceding the,aboye : OTICE // hereby gH^ii, that a Scssibn of 0,er. n�ii Tcrt)ii�cr aiUG'j.tl- IMivsrv, hic Tri'il of'.'!, r.iicr'! mnmiiud 0,1 ih: H,gh ;,V,if, -ajxifiin iU- pa'i lici!:,i of /Miin,.{liYul En^la,:,!, ix-Utbe /.nl.Ut (u-,iite Hall, in vli.: I'M liait.-y, ;. e i.-irli of lehriinrv i-x:, .11 hiif'jl r,'C/r.ck h.    �........ . . ST A M P.01 !� 101:, S(J .Vii.- K ii i -1" .\C L WE, his Jy.Iajcsty's CointT^t;.:/,o,u;vs for ivi:.n;ij,;r'i> the Sv;iv.ipniitiL-s, duly ^..Jiorii a by the l...r.!., Co'.tJiTii-^flionvrs of his Nlr'jeatv'.^ Tf;asi�r.V,, p'.i'aiant .to .Ad of Parliimeiit, to Lt fi tirui ,rhft Dut'ies giat-.ted by "An " Act of thcTweirv-rifUvuf his.prtfieiit MjJ3s*v, on Ho:sirs "let to hirefjr tMVelliiig Post, and b;; i!:t:J,' give notice, .. > JMi':rtfAl PARLIAMENT. not;sK oFH.MiD.4. 'i'uf.-,iiAY,      ii. T'iC !S.i'/,i.)n of Pitrlia.T.crit'.vas opened ilii? day, py C.'iiir.iiiti �i; tlit Co.'i;-niss;Lr!;-r.s ivfre, the Lotto G>!.'.>[(:?:I,Lr;r., 'the Archbishop t;f C-\-\-i'i;i.'t;;o , Loril Ei,LENBO!^')Uc;H (Chi!;!'- Juiiit'.-), iLt: i->rl  "do he.'cby years, front the ist of t'ebriiary next, to such pe!i.;h3 tmv. ' he willing to contrail for ihciiiune. .All persons iiiteii.ljng 10 firm !(!.e .-ial;! D-i!i.".< ari.todi^Iivor ,iu'ih.Vir proposals � tv) us at.iha S:t;ii.ip-Oir'n;e in Si.'m.;rv:t, Place, at least three..'d.iys previous t'l tilu said 1.51 !i.d.iy o< Jan.u.iry next, signed witn their jiarne/, s.!;iti'.(,;' ili- phces i'f. their alviilc,. and' spccilytn,', tU".y intend t ? lor rl;e s.iid distrid, or thrir proposals ciirmoc be pioa-,--'.!. ' -..-n, as  n5, liceiiscd to !:.'!: rr:ir id for 1 hi.; dist'iid ';ir.'.' r 1^0$, contairins. 25,.jeo Ti(_kcts,.hei!;liis !:.:rawin-_:'MortdUy, Feb. 3,. tgoii'. . Piizes of The SCiiF Mi; CUtJSfS IS OF oecrc-i.^rv of .'j:�t:s f'.. r! s v.- y. �� - y. v n v, A littl: iifrcr i-'i:'-!', the Lortk Commi.siotiers. to ;k their s'-iiii on the U'poljack, arid the Commons, pu"-su.inf rfl .iVIcsifigc, having at tcn.led, with their Sy e a -KER, at [the UdT, the LoRo CuAUCtLLCi: infbram! thcin, that his MAji-stf had heen'�pJ."ai;'''-i to dtrs.il Im C'j-.nnussioii to .ciTt.-iin lAndi, th.:rein named, to open' th.o Ssssion, vvhlcli Co.^ir.issiofi tliey shvjhi i/jHr rj.;d, and ahersvards his .v'/.jest^'s Meat Gra-cioin Si;ec  vit .the Lar; L.2,O0'O � tf .cob    ; 500. S.c. r-n .Yearsoiiiy, � ' i'^iird P'rlzes to tnc amount of'Sor,'^ool." : ,02o Part of the -dio.vsCipitais, "     . Flrif-dgrt.,, Ticket'ist             - (o,b-o Ditto                  4th Day     - ,   20,000 iHf.o    ^     -�   . 6'ih Day.   .- ao.oas Dii'o .   -      -�    7X'\ '.>ay     - 5,000 Ditto-     -     -: .   loth P.iy-    - ,,  a.cbo Tickets and Shares are selling at. cvfiy L'censcd Lottery Ofjice. ; Present Pri^B of a't icket.   - 19I.   19s, Ililf - - iDl. Quarter  -   5I. 2s. it. od; od. ICighth � -Sixiecii'h 21. 12 i, Ov. o I. An early Purchase is adyised, as the First 5,coo Tic-, kfts yviil be ei.tillcd to 22!, each, bjsidts their chanes ot the iTapi^als.'/.'   , , ^; /� T -nAGAZET's ORIENTAL ^G the LADIES;- , DKPILAJJORY, for lemoving SUPURpLUOUS-HAlRS from t!:!e. FaCIi, N-i. GK, a RMS, &c.-and. for irnprjvirij; the COVU'l.liXlON.   The above iia.s now for ]:Co�eePot .    , Chocolate Pot � WH o L .0 6  6 o   3 t} 46 Set of Saucfpans'. 1 ' 4 4*an &'tJrWiron o- 8 6 Cullendei; B.Kcr Pot 0 46 S'^ico Box, wnJ G rater o 4 6 . 'fhey have Jfkewi.;e a iafx bna�l..*'4reaititfn4,-.a.id a-fipeSfdckiof T.ihle Khtvea. and J^orkii. Also Sh.nveraiid Wariri BiithMo Sell or laet, ^ liberal price allowedi lot 9I1I iinii. apd �W sttjyv'*, in ex- Bread Grater L.o' r 6 flour & Pepper Box 01 6 Cli�ese Toaster o 46 DrippMigPan&Haister o -76 Skhivmer 4tjd Ladle o 36 Sbt of SktfWEits o  2 J) 3.Scvifoii-'i& I'lddcrnox 6 a 6 z'P�n, 6 Pattv Pans -6 4 ft 6 Table. J ligc^Siioon o 4 ti Slice & Gravy Spow o 3 6. � ' ..:    .    "�.�9,9� - ^      -.............    ...... pfr- maneht elfi acy. I;i 'puikey ahi) Kgypf, from whence it was at tirM Wtought to, thjs couidry by'Lady M.. ^V. ii'l----vie, the Luli'-s, whp are daltcaie in the extreme, not tosuflera single hair to" remainvyhich they conceiyo irregular or iniru-sive, make useol.this.prepai:a!ion at thfbalhs. Tt is likewi-e eiiiploved by the men to give uniformity and shape to their .Mllsta^hids, &c. �        .. -   .   . N. 11. Dbsei ve tl'.af each Pottle is closely se.iled tin, and signed on the cover T., yagay.et,^!! the Prcpiiefrsl land-writing, to iinitai*s which: ta, a Felony ; and Lidic ihill:ng in SiddWhoU'salf, Rttiiil, and i;->r I?:iport,)ii()n by Messrs, Shaw rtnd Ikhv'afds,-St, i'au 's Qjiifch-iiMdj and mav be -huC'ifatl iJv.-fcstJW'l;tf)!e ant .cst4b];�Uv!U-V :;tJL'oumr>,.   -    ,,, ipbe.    I he hgures are on a large scale, anct .111 the i'ro-ems, both of .KpUcric' T'rigpnoiiietry atid -Astronomy, are Ived by Prbjec'iions and by Calculation. Tl'-c vaiiims nieihods cf finding the Longitude are examin- 1'iiis dav is publi. ; an i':xpl.in.itioii ofrlic Causes of their General Dis'jascs ni'd n:'i''eits,' with the means of preycntiiin, and remc liesWlioic prailicable ; also, 'an Examiniitipn'of the prnperiias of Fnj.iish '('ir 'fimh-ir-, >vith Ri-inarks oil the delcili of the olfl, and ihe oiitlin'-i ol a rie.w system- for the niatuigement of Oak Woods. W'ith eight explanarory plates. : r.y VV( LLIAM PONTEY, '      � Nnrsrrym.in and nrmmcntal Gardener, anther cif the Pn-firable l/laiiter ; and I'la:iter and Fore:,t Priincr to      la:,-. and present Duke of Hc-dford, .Sold by V>'hite and Mawmm, London ; C.^n!:r;t^l.' rnd. Co. F.diiibui'.i5h ; a:v,l all othir Book.ser.eis in the yaivcd Kingdom. I'repjrini^ for th? p.'e.'is, hy the same author, the s .'.^nd . Fdilioiiof the Prtilitable PU.uer ; witli toiisid.'iat,le d-ii ti'ns. . .     '-n.All i'lCAL SClFNCli, This diiy is publisV.ed, pries os.'iu .bo:irds> and i.'JS. fid.' -   b'nind,' h.Mew and improved l.'dit'Ori, hf iw: the'tlurd; o;' APRACTICAL ITRODUCTIONf to SPHERICS and NAtiTiC.-\L astronomy. ' Hy P  KULI.Y, ' J^'Listerof Pin:.^"i!ry-sqi!are .'\cademy, Lo.idcn. The ohjecldf f Mer-clnnis' .'\cc vims, !ur,ndtd on real business, aiid adaptei! to ' inodein Prfcl'i'e; �iih .m Appendi.x on, Exchaiij,'e.s -lijiik-ing, a uloilit'i' ('iMn'ne'ci^d Sdhif-'cls. ~ The'I'liird Fdi'ion. F U UN rru R L . I,>U A U'1 Ni GS. Dedicalvd (with I'srmi.-sion) to his Royal Highness the Prince ct Wales-Tills Day w.i!)pub!i;shod;-printed on Whatman's Paper, Royal QuarCj;', Part the Second,: containing -50, Plar s,-price it. 1 liSfi.l. pia-n, or chx'antly colouretl at. lis 6d. A COLUiCMTONnf DESIGNS for Household jt\,   FuriiitiiiiKaiid interior Decoration, tn^the-Tgyptian, liiiusC'ii), Gr,.'idv, and "Ronrn Siyles ; with various l>i?signs (or Uoo'iis, slie.viiig . tlio ,t,)'v'CJfation3, A^dju-itipei r (it me 1 urmmre,       vlegahtlv engraved frottvoriginal Diaw.jtgs. ' Py .GLOlVCMv SMIIH, Mpliiilder lixtraftidinary.to )u.s Royal Highness the.JP'rince df'Wacs;   - '! his Wo'k will C(Wl^i!!Co.f itbfiut tjo Plates, engraved iit .Aqr.ntinui; tti-kin< a �h,�"d-ojiiis at\d couveiucnt Votmu� irt Uige  , piintL'd un the bcjt Royal Paper, with Uc-iCiip-tioiis in U'.ttei-press. It vvdl bi- ; ubliilicd in Three P.irts, cnniniulng not Irs th'in  ssib|e ^pr;e^i. . J ,l'ii!>|;s.li d by J. 'I'avj.os, at the Archifeihital Li'uaty, th2 Spcecjij ?.s it iippearsd in djy. ;Ti\e Co'nr.ions having- r.'-:red, rhf. Lords C- rrt. m'iisijn'."rs \w:h:'lr--vv ro unrci/'.^, and, ;Ii'irtiv ahc-, Lord Ei,i,EN-Koar;t;.--;H rook iho ssat th'j Vv'.;oi-.s.u:k, ii.s Ch.iirm.-;t i.^t" the Lovd^, ths L-nivD Cw.-,n. Cti.j.fir.'s'state of h.Cctlth i^f^r rr-r.'i?Min" > o'.Jt iheexpecled Dcb-.tc. : Er.ri Nelso.-,-, upon ':hi'i crcati'-n, w;ts tiien jn'rn-diice.i l-y the Earh of M..\cci.�iFii:p and " .p'ec:-d.';d by Garrer Ktn^      '.\rins, ;i:i. Miirshai (Djk'j Oi N^'kruttcj.   hi-i Ivl.,]i^!y's Lsc-tcrs Pjtent were rci^d by the Clerk, ;i: trie table, o;:d the'-Kuble Earl took the oachs and his ,':C.:t ac c;:ti.., Eirl's bench. . '       . Mjrqiit? We l t. ui'zr, tUiMarqyis':f LA n5dow:.-,' .and Lord St.. J.oh.N-, took the cuato.iury oat.l.j, ajid their seats also.   ' ':       ".. '\ '.,     - .. A.D"*RXS^.    - '.   �      : ,. Uii M/ijcsty's moit gj-.-icious Speech !,a\'irig b^.^n ivad (Htst by Lord'En,E;';3oaovGH, and i�xtby t e Clerk,-    � � ',   ..    ,    ' l-Jlfe' Earl of ESSEX roie to rmve ,tn Addres� of Tha'^lts, to Ivb Maje-sty f >r .h-^ Speedi thi-t had been just tead. Iits'LurdsHip l-aitienteri, that  t'hii liecys-safy duty had not devolved' to someNc-b'e L-ird ber. fer qii'-iliiicd than himself to fulfil the ra?k. Ke, however, had that confidence in the kindness and liberal feelings of their Liordships, that ihey would extend the satnft.Jii .icr .\vro .by the. Cv'iiatry, rvDV;-.!  th'.i' of i;:a.t d;iy   had n n  b.'cn chc^idv. . .Ven-:r:>:ii:;j, as .t^.'ir L'.irviiliips uui in.'.isr, the. .servics, th:" churj-ctor o'i :h; .rvHirtjl Co:nm:\;^d?r cf tiv;; i;f!t;>h f-.-e; j_.-;^n ci'casion, wiih !he'i.-;it;aie;u v.-hic'V^^'-i'Ji^i of the gre.it services whi^jh he thj courtrv-^veriinsj at o.;;ce :he in it i-ur- ! 7 piival br ^-re^n-^it il.Ted U' :ry .firs t;;t: ai;ri'?^C t.^cl f;r :U? ,5 ^'ofy-ii . r or -Mi ^J;ii.;Joy^ Spe;;^;;; vriu^ii:  rcd-'ninie-nded  to Patii:'.:;ent.t'je        ;vij .Mjijc'sfy to annex, to the !;onours which he -h.-d'c n- ; :-f;:rred on the fimily. dl.tbi:. greit^ c;>;;,):;;a  ?. r-a ^t mark of the ..niUionaf mardtiience.'   The ii'i:spiUcd: : and -dis^istrjus events.-U'hicfi   lud t.^ken jria.c  in � C..:ri'n.iny mi;st be the. subjecl 'of deep r.-o-ier to, ry Nobie Lord, who yvidifd to see the av.-t'i'^ po-.;:e?., �^ar:y pro;-i,i;n:;, dest'tncliiii of the ?bir4bi.n'ed- Klcrt vv-s ihip^^s-ihlo tha: aay o'^c in liie. dispc'.ed ro.oppose th\i       ��>' eve ing ambition of Franc J confined tvuhin lim r.s siitent with itha piace and franquiUity of iV,e �'.'. t of Eurvl'pc. : It ho�-ever .should be no'smil! c.v.-'.i-lation: to this country, that nothing had iKvn iift undone that dep^.^'did upon her to ensote I'V .nis.., ;ces3 of t!te Allied amis: and that thcugh his .N? -jesty the Emperor of Germany h:'.d b.-jn cm- peled'to abandon (he conte.sc, we h*d sti'd ,sh. ikiv, a !nagn;tniiuoiJs, an:! a p:)u ^riui -i'! !1   u.1- iiiiy in ;be Enipeipr of Riissi:!. In the propriety of ii.i.ii'>-iiv--iny li-iC closest connciflip!! with, that great ifo vet cigr, lie was . persn.'ided :h�ir L.-adships wouid. ccncor with the . rccomtiiendation in the' Speech. Theie was o.'dy one piiint upon which he would detain tis. House, and which, thougit not ihtrodaeed into h s M.ijt-;ty's Speech, he hoped to be able to iViit.iin cester. With the niany amiable, andcsceile ; t Si I lilies of that much esteemed person, inany ot'^TOl ' L'Tdships had been familiar for a immbsr of ye irmi ; he was confidctit tlicy would not he a ye rsc to c x C^'^^'-'ws^^^-ty-I the highsen-se which ihcy entertained of his irijiV^^^^^i*^ .ind tu. condole wiih his Majesty vjKin. ih.it ^mU.i-hfii^V}^-' \ choly Occaiioo. Tlvc No.blc Eajl'conclud d wiih reading the . AddfOjS, which, as - usiia/, N0.-5.,. llii;!) M.)lh..iu-, v>h.MeJ p,triiii'ize this exiviiivi! Wijik, are tcjiiesied ro ;        �       -^v;   - .I- ,,, 1 ,1.,. \^', ril�.,.-U  ',r .end their iu::KS �ul �aj.�s   The K;r�tTatt ytay. be had } dim .h.avitig been read Irow the \\ <..|f�.itK. at. T.:ifcrai�d - 'v-^- abuvc.   

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