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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 27, 1806, London, Middlesex                                Af0iVi)':4r, JANUARY 21, im. 'y   '-TM EATS'-: llOYAt, UilUnY-I.ANK.   � ,   ,'t^HISPRRSEN'r 'EVENING iljcir Ivlniesfics' X   .SfrvaclN wil'.iiVa new Oneralic Dr.'iin.i, called THE "rKAVEI.LP.US; or Music's r-fSdnatiuii. With cntiitly new.p.i'.isic, scenery, mauhinery, Uiciiscs ami .(lecoraviOHS. - - Tha principal  wton, arid ilaiini;tct  Mrs. towcll, AJrs, Aloiiiit.iii),. Mrs. /Jlati.t; ami Si*riiij.-a.St:"T:ici. ,WiUi  THtf VlRtllN UN MASK:'!). Tom-rr'ow. The Castle Spwtrc ; Osiii'jnil(ist lime), by the Y.>uiiffRoscitis. . The new Oj)Cia will be repeated on Weilnesiby, ami  Frir, rc-;r. . .'   _� -   �   . '    �   ;�  *   ' ft;)-. uii'SAt, Coviiii I .t;A..i...fc.\. THIS PRESENT EVENING ^vill b; ^-crwrmed a Plav, calltd nZARRO. '� Vertiviaiis-Atalibj, Air Murray; Rrtl];!, Mr. K^mMe ; Cora, M^. Cibbs.---Spani4r'ls-Pizarro, Mr., C. pke ; Alonzo, Mr. C KCinble ; aii.l HlYir-i, vJis. Si .lions. !o-whtc!i w-JI ha. a:iilt?:l, . HARr;lvQUI--:J^s, AJAONli r ; or, T�e St^ii^rlin^ivian Sor-. .     ter'er.-r The Music coini);!Sff.V bv^''c.^4riv>�'a-^an(i D.ivy: ''-iJ^'*^'^'t^!\/^^"*2f '^'-'Vltttj.   ,Aner.-!,iilii iig Sfof^s ^ writtel) hy .^rU'Uir Gnflii-ihijof, K^-ij. iuJsT or ihe Kiglit Hoi.ourable W ILL 1 AM ri i'1' i.'jijr ,. .      �Life.,. . "  �     : . � .: GAI-I AG AN-,returns liis rtrspriftrui thariks'to  il:o Nobili'y iiiiil Gciitry for ih^-enc.iiuat'.c.Tieii: hi; has fX|;erici!c.-il in the. FitKfr.lii.Jii r.( Ji s iMi.t u!'the sroat Lr.ril Noiaiiii, :in;l ta'-f .s the hheny ot s'atinj;, iliat he bsiljevcs hi.;;sclt' th?: oiiiv rrrir� wlio'ei-cr was lionoirri'd by sitiiii.rs from t'.i- Kii^ht Hom.-iirabie \V 11/!. l.A.Vl ! r.r tor a i.Us J', which he iiiroiKis >)iinlis!\iny; as e.irly as j>us.v;bler K'o. ^. ?t'!�:ii>ck-Siri:e', Si ho.        ' Rr'iTTWHENCE, SEA-WATER BATHS, No. i^, r;e-ir;;--stret;r, At't')phi.   Iieint; in'!-..ii;li cou-" "        '   ' -      �� ' >- '.....at til iliiii'.'i iiiul well sm-.[)l:Gii with [vin-c S.a:^Vrf!Cr, tjict-ii ti;; at hii J.'oie, liiViU's -fioDS Ipf rt!ic-t" ot vaiiovis l);soril-is, Af. siii-h as Ih2 r.cut; vVeaknrs--,' Kheii.ni.-ii.sin, Loiiiha^", � ; Scii'vy, Scor-phiila, .'�pasinJ, rar.ileiic, I'cckuti,-', apil inward ConinlMiir-i, which many ol the Nobility, Geiu.'y, and I'liblic-can tejflf)-. N-. B.   A I'lKST Fr.OOR-to Istj  f 3 or4 Rooms, Far... Bishpd or tj'nluniisliod.   ' .   I'UiiLie OFl-ieii, nOW-S lU'tiET, jAN.-a5.th, iS-j6. ..   BANK nf l-NGl.AND N() TKS. NOV 4,222, dared 71}. Sept. iBoj, forjol.   No. 6.0 8,0ated nth KRfcANl>, l.iie of liurleigh-strt-et in thie Star.il, in the County of Middlesex, Stable-keeper dr-ceasted, are forthwith locomf ill and prove thrir Debts, and cl.^im their Legacies either I'ersanaMy or by tliifir .Solicitors b?fore Johi\ CaiTii>bell, �sq. one of the' Masters of the said Cottit at'his iMtice in Southampton Buildings, CUartcery-Lane, Lomlon, or in default theredj; they \vill be excluaed the benefit ot the baid ANNCJITIES REDHK.M'tltLE. TEN ,Years PurcFwse will be itnnnediately given for Annuities iirideiiiably secured itpfii FreehoKl, Cupy-hold.'dr lonj; Leas'ehoW listate>, iv.here the purt es tmvs aii absolute inte'cst, and on. which ("'yreairn oftlie pressure of the fimej). Money cannot he obtaiii:;d upon .VJon^rij;?. Aiid eight'years purchase wilMikewihc be given fur Annuities f.'r J-oi;ni{ Live-, secured r,i\ th.V like [iroperty, or on M.oiiey in the I'.urds, wheie.the p-^rfies hive only a'jife interest. In either case, tlie:>;raiif..r..j vyjll h.ive tlie po^er of le'leeming �lie saftie'.-'\pply.i)er.,oii.jlIy, or by lelter, to Wifi King, at bis liou-.a, 8, I'lhi'-street, Adelphi.   " WANTED, to Rent from Ten to Twenty Mil.'S oi"l,nndi>n, at Lady Day next, an VNFUK.-NISHF-LT HOUSK, near a'lown or in a Villi^e, with not Jes.'i act-'-ihmoditioii than t.wo Sitiins Hoom.s, lour no.'d red Chamhers, with Attics, and other (Hfices, fir fur .-I Tatnily ; with a Garden, situated in a go-.d KokI. Land no objedt.   Apply fo N�.  ij^ Siir'y.>t:cet, in tiie Strand.e T ']�() I'l'.IN 1 i; �S AND O rVll-KS. old 'O be SOLD, on advaiatagcoiis Terms, an ' c esinhli.>hed I'ROVINCIAI, NEtVSVAi'I-and , PRlNTINCr rUl>:i.MF,SS, with the� well arr.tnged As:om-ine;it of I'KIN ; ING MATITRIALS ; the present Proprietor �is!-, (ng to retire. .   ' � .' Tliis-fJ^'iv'spiper ami IUisine"ss h.is hien carried on f.'r 9-1 ypirs. hV the seci'r.d iifeat Commercial and iiopuloiis City in the Kingdom ; ami w.iiild prove a v-ry vahiable accjui.-^^itii^'n to any G-.ntltman desirms of becomiiig a Puichaser, (whe-tlwrof the I'rofessi-.'n ornot ) .      ' *^* Vnr P3rticiil.4r3, address Letters, fpost paid) to A.Z. P.jst-Odice. IJfistoL      , ' .' "patile ladies.-bagazet'Jgriental X DEl'lLAit)'RY, fo.- removing' SlMfKKF.I.UOUS li.MRS from V*c FACE, Ml CK, A UMS. &r'c. ai:d lor i-.nproving the COWlM.liXlON. Th.r above has now for manv y-ars be;h estahlish.d lhrouf;n lut F.iigland aiid on Th.-? Coiitinpj.it, as theoidy Depilatory everofH-redro the pub lie which unites a m'hh'ioss of operation (vo ;is not to irrit'ite e-.-en rite dehcate skin of aii infant) v\ith iiitj.lli'ilea:'.d per. . m^hrnt eiVi.acy, J;i'i'lukey an;) l^xvpr, from whence it was atlirst bioupht to this couVry by L?dy iVl. W. M-:l^,ije, t|i: T. iilic-,s,. who are delic.ile in tlieextreme, not to siifier a single I) lir to r;n'.aiii which they CMiceive irregular or !;itrii. S've,-mikp uscof this �prenarati''f: at the baths, li is likewise tniployrid by the men to'give miiformity and shape to their �.Mnsta';liio<;, &c.  J N. h. Ob:.erve tiiatcich I'oftle isrloselv ^e.-iled: up. and si^tincdon thscover T. liagazct, in t!ie Ptopriet rs H.-iii'i-wr*' Jii,^, to imiraie which is.-a Kel'tnv ; aiurLadies\vh.) dii: in dnubr of not having beeii sVippliea with'th.e vboVe genuine, 3AC Venders fii (Tib Gcuntry Wlio To the Worthy a;. I Indep-ml-nt BURG ESSBS of the Bo-r-*iKh ot m-RVVlcR-GPON-TWIiEIJ, ' CliNTLtMEN, TN^on.sequence of tlie Invitations of many of my J. Friends, I have been induced to d'c!a'fiiiiysi:ll a G/rN-IJI'5.-\ Tli for t'-j" lioHiiur of HcpreSeiitiiig the lioriugh of Hcr-w cku.iion-' weed in Parliiiniciit, Ht rhc next General li lection, and 1 am ilie m-ite incliii^'lto indulge that dvsire fro-us, before thi I'fi'js ri^es ; esp-.'cially as all those a ho piircli.i.'.e early, wiil have the advantav;e, if their  Tickets ara not drawn Capital I'rl'zss in ih".- lirst in-.it ince, ot ch.T. ging them for UNDRA'AN TlGKirrS.,     ' without any addiiii>i)j|expciice J by wliich ins.ii-,s they will have a dfiui^ile i:h;i:ice for t!ie numerous Capital Prizes with wliich the present-Scheme abounds : viz � 3     Priz-,s i f       L.2o,oo: Prizjs of L;2,obo 3 - - - 10,-100       y - - i,O03 3     .. -    .-      ^,0'.io   io      -     .    - 500 &c. � Tliel;ist,?o,o.-:ol. nnit tlir? two last 2 3,oool. Prizes (cvtfr dr.'wn) wh-:dl slnrcrt and sold at .  4.;'Ciiruhill, a.-.d 9,Gliaring-,Cross, wifereTickeis And Shares (whilst any lemiin) w-iU continue, oil sale, ai.da'l �  I'.RIXF.S PATi? (VN DnM.iND. TliN TlU'JUSANiT'-nVKNTY: I l\;tJNUb, Firsf-drawn'icket MOiN n \V "R'f'XT. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK and Go. respeft-tV'ly .-"cq-iaint the I'-blic, that the; Schem; tor tlie St.ite Lottery cbn>ists of 1 w.enty-five Thoitsand Pick-As, and contains 3  Prizes of �3 �.-10,000 jv,oao S,ooc) --7;   ., .t; -2,000 ....__ And rlr; ?,pop First dfawii ric'kL-tszil. e.tch, besides being 8  Prijes of i,ooo 20      .,'    - ^.., . .5(-o 50' �       -- � 100 lio .   �� ';-;o Build C.'i.iiin/.'-cross. . STATH l.O-'iTERY. To begin Drawing oV� Mouda/iieiit,.February 3. SWIFT and CO. No. ti, Foultty, l^ondon, and at ih?ir ()tiites( in liK'St ijf the "principal Towns, are selling the TICKKTS ami SlH. TJ"likY, in wrhijii tlia. five thousand Fiist l>ra\vn Tickets are eiititlcd.to JiL. each, biSides^ their chance of Capital Prites. The only Priz; of Ja.opol. shared in the last Lottery, No. i8,.s3gj. was sold by Svvift and t.'o. as.also No. 3,973        a Prize of       ,C'>o3 7,176    - �   ... -       -       ^00. , "^nd in the'Lotteries immediately preceding : No. 6,791     ..   ^ij.ooo   No. 2i^,l)Si   -   ,(110,000 9.362. - .    toiooo        i9,?56 '^ipoo Be'sideS ntiiersofof 2,3od1. i,uoo1; sool. &c^J^j^;__ STATE    LOTTERY   for   1s05,    cuntairing 2s,oo J Tickets, heiiins llVawine M')nd?'.y r.ext, Feb. 3. TheiiGHtME OONSI-SISOF - 3     Prizes of �     .   .   .   . L.Zo.Qoo 10,0 3j ;,ooo 3     Prizesof  L.2,000 8   . ' .   .   .    ^1,000 20. ,   .   .       .     ^00 3c. And the first-drawn 5,000 'rickets v.i'.l be entitled to 22I. each, ext-lAs'ivc lit theic Chance of Capital Prizes. Tickets ar4 Sha.'c* .are on b.ils by U A ZA K 1). BURNE, d Co. Stock Prckii'S, at tiieir State Lotte.-y Oificc, No. .j3, under the Kayal .Exchange, l.cni!o-.i, Avli'^re, Wiiliiii the l.ut ten Vv^irs Qiil)t, Gapir:il Piizes to t'lL a;rioii:-,t i;f Sbb.ooil, and upwards, li.ive been sjUl a:ul shared, exclusive of those of^o-'l. and under. C.niiity Ordi-rs, arenm panted with short dited Bills on London, P.bstOilice Orders, or Cash, i.i i'a-celbv Co.Kh Gani-.-r, finndually attended to j and Co'Y^spondeirts inay depend 0^1 bjing treated exailly o� ihs samsPerijw as if person illy present. Q.RAND "3. .    �    3 � 3 3 8. ii :  SO. I Jo lot t e r Y .begins Diravvin^ l'EBRl!.'VRY-3, iSj6. . :ii Vlh. of ;  10, o .:0 j o o �    10 � a IS j.orjo I'irst-dr.Ticbets a �25 oo> Tickets ,�'10 00 . 30. 000 ..' u .o-a 6 . t.o 8,000 jo ojo ^, l.OD 6;c,oo I lif.oco � � Ditto .. Dll'o o Part of the above Capitals, �-d a .-vii Tickn' 'rst � '�y      -   � X '9> ' ::'av -�            i;,030 Dit+o     -     -    loth D.iy 2,.io.T !"ickets and-Sliares are selling at evsty.- L-oenscd Lottery III:__ Present Pricr of a Ticket ()Hice. l!�!f -   - ipU Qii:il!.fr, -    yl,. 2o.. o;i Eighth -.Sixifffirh 10I.   19^, .   2l. r23. 6.; ol. ol. ha.ve at)'aii�-iuarami(itntitici� under theti r^igliatjire ami Seal. Wene^ttegtttuJn? btti.tlrp^esVhichhitvetlK W-fds, 'it''iU�vv^ P�'^y� Ni?..4f,-5t.jPaul'S|'f cijgraycd in tk^i-t)i�|>.,,. �* Ait eavly I'lircl-iase is advised, as the First :5,!-oo Tii:-keth will he cntirled to, jal. ejcli, bisid;.? tlfcir chance of the Capitals.' � � ~~    .        :.       PGR 'fil^ �VGIC!',   /   � For C01.DS,  Cot/oVt^. .niid .'l.oAHfiiNBSS; AsthSj.'v and CbS'SUMfTlOH. .     ' ' PRGRATT'.S OXH)RO LOZENGES. nni,H :j.iuL>lic attention! has; been for soine^ weeks JL excited in this l/niveiaity by the extraoritnary pro-peVfles and virfuns nf this new and elegant iVIedicine. ' Its efficacy in the iieveral d'sea-scs aii-l alleiti'-ns abpvn in-?n,tioned has already been (ill\y, and unequivo.eally aspcrtaiiied.' ,The, proprieiijr has,heei)a'lvi;cd th.it the fpim ot a �Lp.zei-ige is the most conyenienr, portable, aiid elHcacious in aflL't'iions of.t'he Trachea and f hi?'Lung's. Tlie use of ths Uxtoril Lozenges geojiy, gradu dly, and t.-oiitin|)ally shca''th the org-tns of voice against thcacrimuny t.f petuiiuus huaiors  arid, in u| I cases, pfevjints, nv its tnn'inual use,- hoarseness and dis'sonance of voice. The tasta and odour of th* Oxford Lozenges are d-e lie te ; they imp.irt to the bieath a mo fcagreeabla fragrance 5 tjieip gooiiuuaj usj will prevent hoarseness even in invijtcrate colds,; they almost instaittaneoiisly q'lieif thejmwrifwtr-essing ctV\i)jh,!pi'ouidieagenileexpet^orition..^iid,;in a short time, relieve .the pat lent from the elJijils ot t he tnosf se-vere colds. The VoicB is, byiibe use ;ot':,f(>e># l-iMeiyjes, rendered clear, disiiudt,,melodious, aiid flexible.   Pheir taste Is de- litioiis ; they eJihilariite the spirits,; and, when no-------' ' exists, they arc'aii cl�Rant Ct-nfeifliwli.   -     l Soid with directions only:^ljiy,,.\.Villiajn Prdb.ttf, It:E, J:.nvaryj7. iR^'i. QTICE /; hereby gi^oen\ that a fitii*..- of Ojir ami Terninc- ^wl'C-j.il Df/hvr,-, j'.r ihf trI.U ''f Of-frticet c    J       ........-M-lfjf il:i;l> .Suit, tuilhin the jurislicH-.n :'>J the Admi.iily oj Eii^Juk:!, iviII!,� hcl-i'Cfixed, Two Essavsni) the Life, I.it'rary CliT-Ct r and Wiiiings of the Historian ; with Notes, Mii(oric;il, B OEraphicai, nn;l Criiicul lie' HENiiY-.S'Mi!; W '''. 'Tlie Work, besides a Tfins'.atio 1 oftlie H i-tcr-.tii, is cliiefiv designed 10 iilustfJts the (.:ivil, and iri particular the Literary IVistory of ihc Age of ftuunstiis, and of th.it which imin?di-iicly' preceded it. It wiil b3 einbellisl-ed Kya Head of .Salhisr, taken from an .^li;!^!:^ Busr in rhe pHmeze I'alace at Koine, the ctily one exuiiiig; and otiier. Plates.. This dav is piil-.fish.r.l, pric^:7,^. in broads, : A RESTORATJON oC the ANTIEN'T MODFiJ .il.  tr-scriptiveof each view ; live whole formuigan Histniical and Pict.iresquc RepresentAtiniV of that tjetebia ed City. ' It is printed on large suppf-roj-arfolio papery in the finest manner. �    '        , Publish:d by Williarh Mi!I?r, ,AtbomTlestri*-t; sr.d W. Shcppaid, Bristol J aiid ruayals) be had of the priuiipal Bookstillers in Bath.     .WHITE'S PRGFESSKV.MAL.Ll FE otthf bte L:-,rd Vis-. coii'it .N1.St.)W;. including tlie Funeral Ceremonies, Illustpted by Engravi-igs. iVIr. AVhiTE resptaiully info'-ms the British Public that he hss just completed a fuUandcorretlN-ii'-rative'if THE FUNERAL of the late HORATIO Lord-Viscpuht N E LSiVN ; cosopre^iending an AcciMin!; of the Conveyarice of his Body to. En.gland on board the Victory, of 116 guns", an accurate !)escriptipn of the Slannor of its'f;yiiig in .State, |n 1 he Painted Hatlat Greenwich, on the 5rb, 6Th, and ^th of lanuary ; the Procession by Water, on ihe 8th, to yv iiit.hall, and {hence on Foot.to the A'Jniitalty." VVith^olFicial.eircurrtstantial Farrfcutars of the Grami Procession to .Stl Paul's ; and of the solemn Cereiiiony of the 'lHtermeni,�n the:9ih of January, 1S06. Illustrated wiih a correct Ei.igraviiiR of the Funeral Gar, a minute D.clineatiQn of the Goilin, and a full outhue of the saitte,- wt'h explanatory particuVa-s ; to whiciv is added, interesting Abstradsand Codicils fioril the Will of Ins Lordship,never before published. '       - The .\uthor.cannot refrain from grtefiilly acknowledging the very rxteiisive (latronage his Work h*s experiei.ced, being now in the Second E4iti�n ; and begs to observe, that the above is printed in the same'elegant style, so as to fjrm a comiiiidl Supplement, whxh renders the Work in every re-sjieil conipleie. Published bv James Cinidee, Albion Press, Ivylaiie, Pa-ternostcr'-row, Lontttm. This Day-is published, in one large volume, pdavo, price i^s b-*ards, npHE ELEVEN R'EPORTS of  tlie" COM- : .1. Mi*.U)NER.S of NAVAL INQVMKY. With Explanatory 'Mote., and Seleit Exlracls tiom the most Im-poitant Documeiirs iip-m wiiich the Kepoits �ire tUumie 1, By JOHN IRVINC; MaXWILL, Of the Honourable S.-cicty of the Inner Temple, .Author of the Spiiit of Marina Law, &c. .tc. - As the Numerical l e original Vol miiious itcj'or's -.ind as t^e CeneraTTVi-dec.ce has been afcinptfii to J-e anfilyzetl, tliis vpluinr, wiiilst it d'tl'iises ih;it infornia'ion which is es.-eihi.il to enabl;; the public acciir;tely to apprfciate t.ve imporiant services of the Naval CoTl:ni^s:on�;rs', will at the same tiui- be v:dnable as a speci>'s oLcompend ous Ir.dex to th^^e (Gentlemen who, being in porsajsion "f the ()ii;inal Reports, may tie desir us more readily to refer. 10 the numerous and impo:ta it dncu-meiits contained in the .several AppendiKes. Tlu work forms a, fonti"iiaii()j) of jbe Reporis �>f rJie .SFLEC'l" CO.yi-MIT TEE <:n Finance, in four voloni-.s, 8vo. price 11. 8s Prime.lfor il. D. Symonds, No 25, I'ati-moster-row. ; Where may ba had, prici" 3s 6d. A Report of the D,'b,.te a' full length on the'M-^t.ion for the Tmpeachine.-it of Lord V!:(:ount M^^lvii'e,.inclu�lliK the Spe:'ches of Lirds Mv-ivdle, Gistlcrcagli, Mctiiy Pct'y, Earl Tempi'*, &c &c - To wjiit.'i is ia ided a list of tlie-majority on this interesting tj-.-.csiioii. �NEW, VOYAGES AND KRAVELS. An {)ri,;iiUil Periodical Work. THE LOVERS of. Lt PERATURE, - and the Public in ^ge:ieM],ar.- informed, th.1t on the fi,-st d,iv of every Monlh isregiilnrlv published, a .Numb.-'r; Price H df-a-crown, consisting of all THE NEW V�A'AGE3 AND TRAVEi S, and containing asrnuch Lett-Jr press as on the s.ime novid aiid inteieiitj!;;: .Sif.li}i�ls is usually sold for ,tWf!nty jhill'ngs,'/ .Mitcji bi said to prove the superior value of t)ii,s W^-k, and It mi,.ilit be demonsrrated that it co.istltiites the mo.�t intep.'sting, original, and economical peiiodicl pub-licatrm of the present day. .'Plie Contents, ho^^�evcr, rf the two fir..t Volumes, of six 'numbers each, w-ill spe:ik fur th-.-m;elVis to every i^s'.lcr of ordinary cur-oSity aa.L intelligence. . . . . N'.-W TRANSLATIONS In V^L. T. and IT -CaT-sa-.' Trjv.'ls in IsiVi.i alip;, a�vl ".TurnbiilP.v VpvagB Ro'jnd the WoHd. �-' of which Will '.-e completed as usual within the extent of the c\ntent Volanie. ^ ,    1 .. So vat'on* and i'-.tcn-stiiig are the new'Vivy.iges .i-.d ,Tr.i-iVels, s"\�"""^''"V' addfcssiiig fhem l)j.'.stn''et, Blnck-"ftiarsi ^niii �- bv had of .11 couksuUeis. , �:       . K'TVII- �r,dM.;'sH.Jk.M's HISTORY of h.-njg!..\.vn ff m tije EA"LJ1-:.ST KEJf-iR.'JJj to the PR(-:$:ENr �J J.vlh, COVU'LE TF. Mr. phillips iiils th- Iiononr tfi oir-r. to the Piiblicthe only c'.mphsc, re.sp'-.-labl", and un'furm Series of EM)'.li.h Mist, ry wn-ch hts evsr -letn ur .diu-ed Mr. Hiim^''.^ :-^i ,t ir> xvis b-oi'-tjit by 'fiat Writer rtr.^wn to the period: of tie Rev i^i'ti-m. :;n't Mr. r..;!'ih�rn has tiKc.i up tit? na-rativc fr.irr. the R'^v.lutir.n and br.iUgin ;t uc-s^ii to the I'erte of Aii:i;ns. Bo't) Wr:rt-s !"rni an uniform ^^eries of" 1'w.>nry V Inn-c:-, and th;y iiii-y he lud of every T.o-jfcseller in ;1 cuvn a .0 C; try, prici. I-.i,:lir I'oiin.!,.-, in bvinii. ' .Pcrs'1-s a!r;M ly p*>�sB  111--IrfHer prirt ot Smulict's Gei:cr:il Ifistorv wis m:iy bs liad /-orinopd, by  iMrs. :i'cmple. -Virtu-n � Poverty, by   .Nir. Siddons. -Fleet wood,'by. Mr. G.jd win. IXSTRTICTIVE BOOKS l-'t>R CHI L >; , &e. ~2. Visits to the Menagerie and (lie Bot^nio.nl -''.-"-dep, in wh'ch the mtist striking fids in Nainnil 1 'lit uy, .!n;es or theivj.k. nil i;..!i�i.t of many Spelling, and some Rea.ling, Lessons, a '.umber of Exercises, and a few n-c ss.ary i.x'iil.nia'i.vns. ha ..icr .i^ned, t.'iat the Lessons in Spellii.g, and Va Re.iding, will no:vha found fully adapt-jd to ejcb other, o-ih in ineir nature and quantity; and that the Learner will he furuishedWiih a,: ,p roper and pleasing variety in his St-.idi-s " Mr..ivjiirray lias composed o e of the hrst elerrien'a.'y bcpks for children in the English Language." -G:iticali�e'-view, April, 180;. " We have no doubt f.'iat (c.a_"her3 m.-jy find ccnsi.Ic-.iblc advaiita  woik wit.'i which w^- ure aiquainted, in tiie iinglish langi!j);e, for te-ichii g C ildrenio read, wriiten by a pliiiosopher, and a man 01 tjsie."-Literary Jou.'nal, Noveiiibr, i." -4 " .-Nil Ensl.sh Spelling Book from ih:; author of the 'English Granvna',' .>vi|l und>iiib'edly- exciie ci>nsider;ible ex-pettnion from tho.-ewlib have b.'en in the hatiit o.; using the latter ; ami we doubt not tliu, in prccess.?! ti;n-, the Spelling Book will have as nnry admi'crs as the CJr.immar, has alrtady obtained. We arc t'.V.l 10 see ihitMr. Mnrt.iv li;is- b.-en c.iref'-l in i.'i:? ri.ght division iit the s\ 11 ::bles i 1 liis spelling; ano, iS'.at h-: has not fdlmvi'd the c-x.iiii;de of litt-cs, by iiitroilucji'g in:o -hii bi-vk a ni.i.io: iir..-l.-v.uii matter."- ImpeiialReiieiv.Oclober, )!!.-_}. " Mr. Miirr iy'5 ele.nentHry .m'rka hav? the sure m;ilt of combining we:i'.dire.:U'(l clfjits to ti.nu th ^'inf i. t mind to v;rruef with the best iii:?ans of iaipn lini; !ii .tr,icti.;;i to it__ In liie'S !.-llii;j.Bj )k betb:eus, ti'.i.^ is p.irtii;'.)l  iy t'.u'c:is-, and wecliii liieret. r-" salely r:-.i.omm-.-.!d i' .1.1 tiiehe.t woik. or � the kind wfiicil has laieiy failci inuUiour ;ris;.icot.o:i. '-.tiic.^-J-.icoiiin Ke'-'ie-^-, DjceinL-i. r iS .-a.   _. : " .Mr.: .S!i:u-.i)'� sheets iuil exerii-'ns. for the service of youth, havii h-.e.i s^i eite.i betvL-'e us, �.vi'li jpjilaiu -, tnat �e "think it sii!V;.:i.-nt, entS.e present rc,c;>siijii, o jiini-niKe tne ab've ;Mi'5;!C.iii'11; arid to adii,. 1 li.it it will iv t"; in any maiiner, deriiel I'ibm ihe well jjine.l reput;ui(iii,.,t liv: .lu- � tiior i I this d-p:utmeiit of l!;er.i;a.-e.'''-Eiirtip^iim .M.ig.iiine., ' NovemS-r, 18:14 '�   . v\e liiye on mpre occasi-^ns thill iwo ho-ne testi'Tiony tb . the ine-ir ot: .Vlr. I.i idie_,- .\lnn,iv, as ati .ibis .gri.nm-rV.i.i ; and vve are v-.-ry giail 10 m^Jti; vvit;i liiiij .-.i;.�:h ui pu' a-,nu il.. sutvev. We have loke'i over his (iiescni Uork'\vi�:i on-sid-.-riible attention, and lind in it mwch to coinuiend. The v.dume is divided into tiiree p.-�rts, Ac. vVc."-.-Vtinvjil Ke. view, iS,v4. .   . i'n:: public are infiiiita'y in -r-'t r^ r'"^ ^^cellcnt writer foi Ti., liumTous aiv.t valu.inic ol [>^"  ->"'r):f', in � yery re.>|)(;-it, w...tt:iy,f its;vutIioi.-'r-tMiivers-.UA-lag Jan. i8c55 3. .x.Midginent of Muriay's Grammar.   . The fiftcentJl. ediri-n, imi>iOved, piicebouf'id i-!. 4. E.>�lish Grammar. The 'fwc'lflt edition, imprjvctl, pi ice 3 n, the i\Jind, in Ressi AftlK-Yion, and at the ."Vpp.oiich of l.1c:i;b. Extir in tiic ie>;imomes aid experience of pers'ins disth b/.th
                            

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