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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 24, 1806, London, Middlesex                                -TMEATRIMiCVAL, PR^JRV-LANK,      ; -pHIS PRESENT EVENING ihcir Majesties' I   Servant* will atl (31! time) a new Operatic Drama, in five adfc, called THE TRAVELLKRS; or Music's 1'asciiiation. With entirely new music, scenery, niacfcinery, xlresses and The princJpsl charailers by Messrs.'El!iston,Brahsm, Johnstone, .Vlathews, IJowtnn, anrt Dannister; Mrs. t'owell, Mrs. Mountain, Mrs. Blandj nncl Slgnora Storace. WithTWO STRINGS.TO YOUR UOVV. To-morrow, The School fyr Friends, anil The Sleeping I3e;iiiry.  ,   �       '   . Tlie new Operawill be repealed on Monday, Wednesday, and Hriday ttcxT. On Tuesday, The Castle Speflre f- Osmond (ist lime), by ihe Young Koscius, THl-vrKi; ROYAL. COVliN l-OAiiuii;M.      ' THIS ERESEiSTT EVENING wilJ be performed a 'Irafiedv, called .    TANCRED AND SICISMUNDA. Tancreil, Master Betty ; SiRismunda, Miss jinith. I o which        be acldeil, HARLEQUr.N"s MAGNBr - or.'The tjcanilinavjaij Sor. tcrer. -J'he Music composed i^y Messrs. Wareand Davy. To-morrow, -The Man of the W orid, with Harlequin's W Rir I: R T O Ja-li N G A h, MAD R/�.S, (.) R llO M l! A Y; A MAN of conseqtfence wishes to obtaitv  jljL Writership in oneot theabove Premdencies tpr a near relation ; in requital (or which, Jie will present a Glefgymaa to an adequate Church l-tvinK. �n-lingl<�nd, or compemate the favour 111 any othennsnner a^re:able to the wishes of the party. Letters are requested to be atldressfd to D. D. D. fobeLft at Mr. Goildards Library, No. 1, Tall Mall, corner of Uaymsrker, Loiidi-n. _   . "rNTTRisn unUns,and rlal French '     cambrics, , Wholesaleand ^tirsil, nt No.       (ixfb rd-it roe t. corner of , Boi'n.-r'.s.sir;:Lt. ' . WM. COOPER and Co. have just Teceived se-vera! boxes of very fii^e Irish Linens paiticularly ch�p. itiid of the very best febric for al^l^ JWaioVpiench Camhtics.'twob.xes of Ahkh are curiously line rind the   holr, of t^eih remarkably ch.-..p,   W. C and . Co. h ive also rcvcntiy rsceiwd a very cxTtiisive a^sortlnlMU � of h    ' !� and i)iap�r t;^ole Linen.with Napkins tp ma'ch; S!n'- fvjry- description,; Couinerpa.ves, Mariei Ics T.,":J new Goods received every Monday and -A T/;yK>N-EY REAIJY Tl>-ADVANCH.       - G-: Iv IXEMAN is 'desirous of hying oiit a -i-.. c-nSid^raMe siiiii iof nioiyiy iti the Purchase of;An-, nuir.cs, .securcit on Freehold, Cp|iyhbld; or Leasehold ICs-tarti, Marriage Ssttlements, or any otli.-r Properly, and on Personal Security only to persons of resp�tlabi!ity , tor which the most liber.il plaices will bi given, and the Anniiity re. decrriablc at' the pleasure of the BjjVrowcr. Ths business woiild be completed without, the intervention of a Uroker, Lel.ters STAMP.OFFICE, somerset^PLACi:, , December 24, 1805. T X7E, Iih Majesty's Commissioners for M.inaging VV the Stamp Duties, duly authons.d by the LorJs Commissioners of his Mjjesty's Treasury, pursu nt to Ad of Parliament, to let tn tarm the Ouiie.s Ki.-mtLd by " An " Arfot thelwentyrfifth of his present Maje.-.t.v, on Horsts " let to hire fur tr�ivcllmu Post, and by tune,'' do hci'eby give notice. That we intend to let, at oik Office ift Somerset.IMaee^ t&e said Duties to tarm, on SatuPlny the z;rli of Titriuaiy next, betwcin fhe hours of ten and nvelve m the forenoon, within the district undermentioned, iur the tenp of three years, from the ist of February iic.\t, to such per&ons as m 6n . such bidding, any psrson may advance, and' tiie highest  bidde,i (hfta] rent there)f as a deposit ; but in case the disiridlshailnot be accepted at a price Which s'lall be deemed the pr.iper vdluvJ thereof, it will be withdrawn aad otherwise disposed of. j. rindlly. w. LAKE. J,. jenkins. ED. F. HATTQN. w. r.si>i;ncer>. tcceivcdilie lool'. trahSniittiid to hhn by^Y.;'A,__.fmd'shall ap-ply it tothe purpose dic.e;t.e(i..,.,.:-^\ ' '       � � Tk.silay is piiDiishc.i, pncc^ys. Ill i)r.! iiatio!.)s Kivcii 10 these terms by Verbrej|',.1:i, .Skinner, V;i!l.i�[,ey, lir> a.it, .i'lir-lase, Whitakcr, I'rycc, Matiiliersnn, and other i:.tyiivjlni;ir,ts, are shewn 10 be iinfuunitcd. 'Co iIds treatise are p;'-fix?d, ih; prijicljdr.s hy wh'ch names wereoflginally for;r:ed from !h;ir primitivK Cache roots. Ky G   DYER, of Exctcr. Printed for ]. Johnson, in >,t. Paul's t.hurch-yard ; R; Faulder, T. Fa\ii;, J . White;. Longman and Co.dithell and Co. 'W; II. l.unn, T . Ueynoliis,   CridcU and i:)avies, LacUington and Co. J. Mawm lo^Souih-sfrcct, Beiltelev-'squarei will be attended tOi  CWTTON ESTATE. :   �     ~ FOR SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a valuable and very improveable property, being rlie entire IsJand.calleil.UJNION ISLAND, one of the Grenadines io the Gover-mentof St. Vincent, coniaiiung between two and three thousand acres of land, and about hve hundred nfgrii.5s, ameirg which are some very valuable mechanics, hsjiermeiv, and, sailors. '1 here are works and other appropriate b.iild-jngs complete, and n large pasture well stockeO. The psy. ment,.-liy instalmentsi will be made easy to the purchaser... for turth^r.pafticulars apply fo Mr. Samuel Span, i ristol. I7ULL- MONEY  for PRIZES.-The present Lottery Schediecontains '    ?      Prizes of     L.2;i>bo-8' -.i � .   ...    ,'000 ,   20    .    . ,    .   i       500 &c. and (what no otherLotwry Prizes of io,?oo 3 , ,    .  .      .    5.000 Besides 5 rites of inel.joL . first 5,000 Tickets drawn out of tlie Wheel will each be entitled to. 22!. besides the usual chance for the ,ibove Capitid Prizes. Tickets and .Shares are selling in gnat variety at the old established Offices, 4 Cornhill, and 9, Charmg-Cross, where the lastjo.oool. and the two last Prizes, of 2o,iboo1. ever ilrawn, were all shared and sold by T. 13ISH, -   *4* The Lottery begins the 3d of ne�t Month. contairing Feb. 3, 1806. STATE LOTTliRY. To begin Drawing February 3. ' SWIFT and CO. No. ri, Poultry, London,:and at iheir O.ttices in most of the principal Towns, are seUing the TICKETS and SHARES of the, PRESEN'P Lt)TrER'Y, in which the five thousand First Ufc-avvn Tickets are entitled to szl. each, besides their chance of Capiital Prizes. !- . The only Prizi: of lo.oool. shared in the lasl Lottery, No. 18,539. was sold by Sirvift and Co. as also "0.3,973 a Prize of       ,Ci,op 7,176.    -        -   �    -      , 500 Andin the Lotteries innmediately preceding.: No. 6,791   ; -  �z3,Qoo   No. 20,952  .  �io,oon 9,362 '     � 10,003        '9.?5& 5,000 Besides others of of 2,000!  i.uool. 500I. &c. &c. Q^RAND -.3 3 J. z5 120 LOTTERY  begins Drawing fe.bruary 3, t8o6. sc^eme. of �io 000 10,030 � 4,000 t O'jO 50a JO is 5,000 I'irstrdr.Tickets 22 25 0O3 Tickets. �6 ,ouo T CTATE ; L0TT:^RY , for - 1805 �^-15,000 Tickets, tiegins' Drawing Monday. F ^'       The SCHEME CONSISTS QT . Part of the above Capitals.: '":.;.. Firrt-d.avvn-Ticket ist lJ�y -    ^ro^of^o Ditto      -            4th Day -         ao.ooo iMtto   .-     -     6th Day ..io.ona . ^   o. Dit�o    ..     - .   7th i^ay .5,000 . .    Ditto     -     -,   10th Day -           2,coo Tickets and Shares are sellingyt eyeiy Licensed Lottery Office. Present Price of a'I icket 19I. -191. 21. 12s. il.   6:. od., ot. 3 �3 3 Pri-zesof L.2o,oou 10,030 Prizes of' L.2,ooa    gl.OOO 500 &c. each Andtheiirst-draWn 5,000'. rickets wilj be entitled to-22l, ch, exclusive of their Chance of Capital Prizes. Tickets and Sliarfs are on Sale tSyHAZAKD, UURNE, dCo. Sto.ck. Brokers, at their bitatc Lottery OlTice, No, 93, tinder the RoyalTLxchange, ;Lon(l()nj wjjere, wuhin the last tep Years oiiiy. Capital Prizesto the amount of 8oft,oopl, and upwards,lave been sold and shared, exclusive, of those of 5001. aiid under. Country Orders, arebmpanied with short dated Bills on London, Post Office Orders, or Cash,, in Parcel by Cbach or.C?rrier, punflualiy attended to ; and Corresjlondents may depend on beingtreatcd exaiHy on the same Terms as it per-. son^Ilv preseijt,. nnO the LADIES,, -BAGAZET'8 ORIENTAL X DEPJf.A,'SORy, f.9r removing^SUPIvRFLUt^^US II MRS fromi^jfc I'ACE, NI-C]K, AUM?. &c. and tor improvirig the COMPLEXION. Jhe, above ha.s now for manv years been established throughout England .antlpij the Continent, as the'only Depilatpry eveiotfefed.to.the,pj0-Jic which unites a mildness of operation (so as no.t to 1 rrititte en the tlelicate skin of an ini'aht) withm&lliyeaiid pcr- ,even 1 maneht effi. acy.' I n Turkey and Egypt, from whence at hrst brought to this country by Lady M W. M- , from'whence it'vjas the Lsdies, who ^re delicate tii tlie e^reinei not losiiffer;t sifiglj! hair to r'emain which they conceive irregular or intBi-si vc, make use of this preparation af the baths, [t is like wise "mplbytd by the men to give tmiformity and shape ti? thefr Mustachi6s,'&'d,      ' ; N..BvGbs >f modern iinpiovemcnt.s in mcdiciiie and therapeut cs, whi'ch we have had occasion to peruse. The detail of sj'atptamsj under each head, is very comprehensive and corredt jand scarcely any remedies, which" have stood the test bf experience, are omitted to be meni tioned." Critical Rev. Dec. 1805. * We have perused the above Work with much gratification, arid we: earnestiv recommsml it asdeservini^ of the at-ftiltion, particularly of the junior branches, of the prafjssirin, asjt is written in anahle and scientific manner;: and we are well assured that it will not dero.r.ate any thing from the reputation the autlior has already ohtain:d by his Medcinir Praxens Compendium, the fourth Edition of which rs shortly goiKg into the press." Medical Jnuroal, Dec 1805 . _As a'bVve may be ha-f, by the same . m..  i'; In One. Vol. Duodecimo, price 34. ncarlv boii d, w-ll printed on yellow wove pa'.ier, the,Scscond Erlipon, wiih considerable' improvements, of ARITH-MI-.l l.i- ; adajite*!' stadifterent cta.sses of leaincrs, hut more part:cula'lv to t� e Hse of large Schfiols. In '1 hree P.iits; arrm^ed in an w manner, and enlivened ividi niinioroiis o-icii.t) c-arnpies, on intercstiwn subjects: with, an Appendix, contsi_piiig hve clasiCS of rccaimulatory.hxercis.s. By-ROIiiiRT GOOD.aCRR, ' Master of a 5em nary at Notiingliain. This Second F.dtJiuii contains fortv-t�ur .iildiuonal Pages, h3sbe?n car.-tully reyised by the Author, and contains, bi;-sidesnuniei' u-i iithra^iditions of I.'hs i^ote, atamiltar I.">is.ser'-tationpn the hrst principle of Numbers, plimi Pi-iiniiions of the principal Terms used in the Scit-rc?, ami an .Appendix to decimal Fraclions, poriiting out their piinciiial uses in tlmseconcerns, which are generally pcn'urinsd b> eoUMion aiithmet'c. 2 \ Key to- R. Gondacre's Arithmetic; conui.i og .^n-sWers to everv qucslion in that work, witli llie Si>liitioiis, iiearfv at full length,ot miie than one thousand of the mos' servatioiis, ....... Edition, very much enlarged bound. J An Abridgment of R Condaete's Aritiimet c ; intended for the. use of Young -Ladies arid others, .whose avocations will not allow them to spend much time in the s'lulv ofthis Science.- Bk-R, Gojdacre, ucmcIv prmird, izni;). price is/ 6d. halt-bound. 4: Tabfeis m Arirhnietic and .VIcKsuration, seleil.Td by R-Goof'acie, beautifully printed m a q'iarm size, price One Penny each. ' . 5. Elements'ofjEnRljsh Grammir; or, A New Sy.vrem of Grammatfcal Instiuctioiij tor the use uf .school-; and A';ide-mies. s By John Doltimi Teacher, ot M.�thwn�ics and N,i-tufal iPhili^&ophy, and iiecfct.iry to tlie Literary and Plnloso-I* phical Society, Mancliester ;� in ane v pon f^iie yellovv wove paper; the Second Edmon, ai�l Carre^Jted by the Amhor.vf rice as. .6d. neatly bound. WON.OERS of play of tha Wohdtiis Sy.'.tem ')f ine flniverse; vyriircn in    .t-Aini!i.if atv.l jiop'.r.ir manner, adap.Cd 'p^rticiilarlv to tiiepe:lis 1! ot �.'^nn;' I'eisor , ' and espjcially c'llciilattd to p/omoic wi im'.,j!i;;' DiC sim / of AVronimy to Persons.nf all Ag!;s. Printed for Richai* Phillips,. BrHtee-street, BUckfrM-s'/ and sold by Tabart and Co. at the luvcmle l.mrai), .Nuv.v bond-street, and by all othar Bookelkrs,   . �     vOt whom also miy be had, . Tlfe WOWDEBS of the MICROSCOPE, nr 3 V.\'v'-y of the VVoiidcrs ol the Creation, m Objerts comiiirativplv minute; illustrated- with very large Plaies.-Price 3s. 6d. n Boards.  �� � .'^        ,. .   . . ^INSl'KUCl fVE ijOOKs K>R CHtL:.*..: iV. Tills XSay is fiiiblished, price half-a-crown,  half-bounc.| lUujtiaied With a vauerv o^ tngravings,. AVISIT,td a FAR.\1-HOUSE, in which # Njture, Principles, and'Lco^ioinyof Fanriing.aiid Kn. ral Business' is dcsciiVied, in a pleasing iiid Pf-pular maniij:. Printed fcr Tubartand Co. at the juvert'le and ich-3:il I.i: brary, No. kt, Nev>r Mond-street; and to bs hia ot -j,.-Booksclleisin lo;vii and Cour.try, Of whom may-beh^d,, t. .A Visit to London, in which the Uritish M^tropol.: ; d^^icribed in a p!i.m.-.ing and'familiar Maimer, pries Ui-t-a-crown, with VifNv.h, ice. 2. Vi.sits to lh2 .Mfiidijerii; and the Botanical Garden, in Avliich tiis nio'st striking friils iuNatufal Uistory, ai^d tl-e ':-:ff principles of-Botany, arc agree.ibly �;;<,p!.Hine.d j price liait-a-crown, ,  -       � , ,�    . j. A Tour through. Grt;3t Britain, in which thev^rims great Towns, Maiiiifadloiies, and t;nnosities, are tamil desCnbeit,; ill a Series;of Letters, from a yoii-fi^ Gentif:-;i.-.i to his Sister ; p'lice rhr<:e shiilriigs diid sixpcnci lialt-b .u.i^i, with Views and a M.-ip, MRS7t�MPLE's NtW NOVHL. This F'^FOOL otNATljyH : a Novel. By \i.-s.TEMPLE. Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridgc-str?e% Rtick-�friarS; and to be had df air't'ooksetlers, anrtm ail thsCirfii-latiiig Libraries.   Of whom may also be llad lu��ej price 5s. well ilolborn and Wjn, Clark,* No. 269, UofOugU. Price is. lid. the Box. tor rheumatisms; SP R Al N S, ;GH J L'BL AINS 'aec Dr. STEERS's OPfJliELD(>C, ;' ' nR?>IIS Mtdicincj from its warn, penetrating and J* attenuaimgqwHtiesi is towid to be ari�xcell�nf remedy foi external Rfteufn.i�iimsj aiji-hy its s�ength vo. wnn,i-iate.s, "i"'"*!"*, v^"-^_:>Z^,^,^. TMSSERTATION oh AR^HFItlAL TEETH. U tty S^r. DE; CUEAIAN r,    v....      SiKCcpn Dentist, Frit.ii-street,. .Sonow This Treatise'evinces the dangerous clin�quences .Uris.- ng suppled ^ -Prjce 3?- 6(1 sipcbdtlHs; the bottle.  An abatement ot one sKiilijigin and for Exportation S Chutciy-yard; Sotd Wibolfsalej Retell,. S),a)v,and JS(lvatds. St. Paul r. and JSdwaras,' St. . - -r-�ltl5SetespeiSiU�;iie and ciUW:aihed Ycndtr'. ;p.iroer�inTowoMidC�unWy. - 1-y Messrs'. ;ind may be and I'er- Newbury i.n;l Sck No, Sti..*ftM�,ii,t.l)�, CiSiSh^' four doors from ClieajiiKfr, pruezi. �d. a bottle, duty'W eivi..td I t'lit,IS.r variety pf counteftiBits st'e'ofieced'tj iM public,-\Vlnch-in thenanitesaf Dr. Stceis, of ChafinB.cross ji:ut .\lr. New|jery,.are fmudulently matfe hieof.-pufehsim are rsijiu-sied tr> owervt. WhethT. thp wordsF. NewterT No, hr. I'aui-y- beengraved in thp stawp, ft tw^tSe ureo-irationiiiiiSi besimrious., -* - � � -  .   :    ;.          ^ � Sold ,ils.7 by ib�ar WP*'*"!"!'"*.?^'^ W .9f,tlry#�, etiiment Snrgeons;.. OMlntwvjofdtsease^.Uj; tnodesot practice. ftE' CHliM**iT?ii'4n*orrtipti�>Ip-HIMEAAt." pASTE for Jiave n.-)l only been-hpnotfli;ed*�lK the; approbation'oil^ite iAcailitiny�f:.5c5�iiiCf�n: Pafs, b,iit,�J4 ei� hsof. r�i])^^nd l*W'>il.ll�^ 'i**; t'^t-Jeo y^'.�rs , This-HUseo*e- rueco'hacUs and, leitei'edvor on'tine and large paper, V^rice^-  5s. iivKoartis; r-r 5s. 6d.;half-bound iu mvrcetoi THE 1-IRST VOLUME .� '      ~" .' (.A volume to be published on the first dav of every month, . till the iiiiie volumes ot the ancient pan. Mid tiie sixteen volumes of the modern part, aru CO,nirie-ed) of UNIVERSAL KISTOIiY, Antient and Mo. dein, cninore'iier.ri ng a geiieial View ot the I'raiisac-fioiis-of ^'��''�y Nation, Ringdoin, and Empire en the Globe, frrtm th^t^ilitst Accoilots oj time to ?h< j^cn^nvl Peacs ot ; o   to-be completed ni twent)-hve Volumes. By WlLLlA!.] MaVOI^ LL.D.  Vicar of Hurlev in Berkshire, Chapbn. to the harl of Moira.-Autiior ot ilii; Biiiisn Mepas, &c. ;4c. The EnxLsli laniuagc has hi?h?ri  been without artV com-olere ai'd popular viewot Uiiiveisal lUsmry. It will b.:immediately contrssecthy every comnctent ju that Bossuei i; at o;'ce too-short and unsarislacttirv ; mat v oltaire is tr-o g"-and desu'.torv,: ard that the great t'nglish.'Jniversal History i's athcr 10 becoiitulred like a Dicii.marv than to be peruseti 2.-: an aiv'.fjsis of tl.c siiDject to wir.ch it relaies. . V\ hat the.-e wiit.rs Iiare not done, has, been at-tenipti'd by tbeauthorot lhe;;iresci'. ;o I'iiper hi boards        . Ditto   -ditto, haltb ivind        . . n-ito     ditto, calf eilt .S 5 'S 6 6 5 o 6 lb 6 T iO.  Tllf -SLI'EPl.VG BEAU'IY Thisdiy is publ'Slied, in lilijuitian tclio, price Si\p.?;u-..% dicoried with tiirre beautifully colouied tii^jravings, , from dttsicns bv Cr.iiv;, q-^HL SLEEPING BKAI^TY in the W90D. X   a l.ECEND for the NUf R ^ ; pertdriniiig..aTi)ti time with grc-at applause, at th� Hieatre Rojal, Drury-lane. , ,.        ,^-, � , Printed for Tab.-trt and Cd: at the Juvenile and i^hwl Li-braw, No 157, New Bond-st>eet) aij^to be haa ()t jiU'l&njck-sellcrs.m town and C'lur.try ;      . ''X- Of whom may aly> be had, new anjl benutitul Etlirions.o; the following popular N"ursery Tal=s,Vall � Sixpcnc'. each, with col'nued l-jigr�vinss;-     v.-: . . Cin.crella "   i    I T.he SpwnChampions Blue B*ard -Puss in Bogts.  Fortunio:,f.   ; - - , Riqiiet with the Tuft ChiliHen'in the Woorf S^id the Gfant Killer Hop o'my Thumb Beauty and the Beast Poftiinatws. '. Anyaioeia     ^   � ThfeAVKiteGat R^bUt Hood Valentine aiid-'O/iioiv' The;KQKy Thiev�fS .   . Niouriali�4 -�^-Maddin . �tnb'-xl.  Part'Ii D�t�-   Part tl. ;     -FjorttJue'and JFiMBi    -Cemlnllori- La iSarbe BJeue       " ^   � GHUive;!*Travels. Part Ditto        art II. V Ditto      . Pare ill, . ' Ditto ?art IV.' Tn'-aH Thirty-two%*rts,>X' ^vl. petsoni prcviousappotntment |. �Ji ni jvaitiHg*. I s- in Older that liieyniax niit.{)tf4l�Ui|)- I'oni.l^hvimb. .   �CoodyTwoShQC^.-.'Tbe whole of the aVove may be had sepirafeliyi Senue each,' vtnth' Three coloured. Engravings; or *' e. fwd .all ;b>upd t ltf'title of Popular Stories. ..     � �N.jB. In.'jusrice tothenis-elves,. Tabart and state, tha^theireilitions of the above Stories coi /�/( i ^\>l I^ngnvKigSi. trotn oneinal .Ipesigns, inadi poscvby Messt., Criiz cuipiiaii^es lh?y boi>�wv......--------- 'iritesVthai Ihe puteUc:i�ilLe'tiqtiiire pj|Ctt6wUulx^ 6>t liUiticns, ' r .        ^-'.v .   , o � - '.^"'"^   

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