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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 30, 1806, London, Middlesex                                mutt. j^"/ Aim. THnATIlK H.->VAL, l.)Ri.il-;Y-LANi:;  � :'n[.'.O.MORROW ;E-�liIsi:>:'l ihcir Maicf-tics' A.        .aii.^n i '    -1 now Ojjc^^c Drairia, calletl ; T.HE. "r R av.E I.Lr:ttS ; or -.iiisic's I asciiiaru.n. With, emiiely nevv iimiic, scenery, machinery, Ureases'aiul - deor.iiioHS. , Th-; priiftipiil charaiteis bv Messrs. EUiston, J>ra!iHr^, Jolriatbdej   'atiewi, Dowf^ii, and il iriiiister J .VI.'s. i'oiveil, Wh.    ouiitiin, Mrs. lilai'itj and ''iRiioia Storace. i With  THE MOCK D !CI OH. O. Snuf(hv,.l) �ui;I:is  Njival, by the Young Roscius ; ^witli Ihs S eeptHsBavitv. . r   I- >-| ;.'    'iOYAl., Cv'VEN i- ri': ]       .CH       ui- GU.'.s Hors'l  AL. Spring COURSii �f LECTURl!.S will JL �:mnine�ce*J�i;beniooinBof F'^b'ury, Prattfceof MtdiCine, by Or T! abinstok and Dr. Cuhrv. Cheiniitry, bv n,. IUbinotok jnd       vluen: : iixperirnt-Mital fiiiosopny, -t>v i.lr. Allen. Theorv i)t Meoxine, aiul Mate->a >*eilica, by Dr. Curbv, Midwtterv, ai:d Disfc^es ot Women and Childitii, by Or, H AICHTOR. IMiysioli^Ky, or Laws �f the Anim.d CEcnoiny, by Dr. liAIOHrON. Chnii:dl Ledlures on Selfftl Medical ."ases, by Dr. I?.\8inc- tok, Dr. Cur a y, and ^r Makcet.. StructwrL-and DiscasL-s of t!ie rx-riv, by .VIr. foK. Vftermary Medfcin:-, ty MT. Colkman.' N.fr. 1 hei� sevii'a; I.ecli.r;;,, are so arranged, that ro two of them iHtertere ;ii tni" vjiUo o jitt-.niiance j and lbs vv.fiul?, lojsiher with ilie Lrdiii's vn Aimoiny, hhu Uu-.e .-n ih Princi()le.s and Pr..4 .c- of Surjiiry, ijiv-ii at tlio I'luatrs ji St. 'rhonias's Ilospitjl adj iiiirg, i.s talciilated ?� iyiin a t qmpittc Course Msu'ca! 'iid C!'irij'i;i :�*iturar� iiav be lejn t fV Jiti Vir. iilotker, Apothecary t.) Cuy's .d bpitji MR. CR.AIG has the plea.iure of announcing to the P"blic, that hia l.SiAY.on ihe ^jIU,lV of NATUKE.in Drawiiis Liindacap", havint; been lonj nut of print, and yet havinf! been const.ititly er,quir.-d tor, lie tyn^ madearranj^ements t r reviving it under the title of the Com plete Instrudlorin Orawin)5. Ara time when the hi,;hest chara-il'rs ,in the nation ar? associating for the p'rrpose ftpromotinii; tht^ imitativ; arts, is the means of national piospfiuty, eveiy man sh'ulvi do his duty, and Mr. Craig theret. ' , toaid suuh patrt l  m> if ly^m-ibtehfroro thed^y f Elettion, which is fixed for Wtd i.eSday, t"ehru.irythe?tli. I ^ !) prmid to say that upon my Cattyassi I have met with every fiatterint; cncourai;eineiit. I have, thercl'are, only to repeal, that shoi.1.1 1 so torfuivate as to become tlus object o yourc'oicf, I sh.ill be fully -.ensitili of ihe hijth hunir c'.int'crrod upon nie, aiid sliali endeavour to deserve it by ihc �tri>te�i .itten;ir,ii to (Uy arduous aOd iu>p:utniit duties. 1 h'Ve th-honor i�bc, with ureiM respect, G'Htl'inen. V r . } 11       igc6 VRAN trviit. liUi'HLGE bVlNi;, Vsq. M. P. hi the Chair. CHF..5TER. pr6f)05ed to be motives have induced himtopuolisli it a price that will '�ut, just defrav the exfienci, The first Six Numbers, consisting of six Royal folio Plates each, will contain a c.Jiiipeteseies uf progressive Les&onsia . iLandscape, with instru(S:o'is to acconipaiiy each ; tiie next six numbers will give similar ins^trudlions and Lessons in fir giXres, Sec. The First Number, price 6s. 6d. will be published Fe. briiary the i9h t ^ b^' continued every Month, t'll coinittetcd London: Publish-d by T. 0 . 19, Sh�rr,'d-.srreet, -Gnldcn-square, ami No. 1 , Great Ali streti, G lodman's Fields, on  p. ans expre.^sly lirnie.i tor Liiiies dnd Geiilcinen ot an\ age'who hav  never Icatw that accomplishineisi, ' r n t m the jireseiit f.isli 11, a 1.\ attended.-Ladies .  .t ssors inotriicte.i now tu te.ich. TO      1LUEHS^   ' ' A. NEW THEATKE UOVA ' . rr^HE Plan upon wHicii this is X bnil!, ar.d a.specificatiun of the p.irtii-'d us, may be in spciSV.'d lip rrapplicaiion to Mr. Peter CaygiU, at tliu C'on-cett Tavew, Ma^chester^ , . . Any person d'^sirous of contradling for the same, is requested to send to the Treasurer, on or before-the 7th of l-ebr',iary next, vvritten proposals, sealed up, -stating tfie time w:thiii which the huilifing is to be completed, which inust not ex-Lt.-d the zyth "^eptemVr, 1807, and speciiying the 5 curities , \vlio will heolf red tc* ihe porformanee of the contract. TH;)Ma3 F.Al,KNE.R PHILLIPS, Treasurer. Manchester, loth January, 1806, "    "~        CURIOUS JELLY MOULDS. ' TOHN GRIFFITHS, at his Manufaaory, No. i j, ^1 ..New-street, Covetit-Gardeh, onedoijr f'onvKiiig-street, b.'gs leave to return his grateful thanks to the Nobilitv, iien . try, and i'tif^lic, tor the great encouraS-'in^'nt exp'rienced, aiui resi-)e.:U"u'.ly iiif.jrms theni'that he has inide considerable additions'to his f'tmer extensive and tuiious assortment -f .yeiiy, Blar.chmani;e, and Curd iV'oulds; lir.ard.i fur Gum :ii.a Almond I'aste, Lard, and Butter^ &c. &c. 'Paste Bread a.Ml Vegetable Cutters of the greiitest vaiieiy.- Arms, Crests, Military Tropes, &c.';, made to order, iiid e%'ery ciirinuis and useful article in t n manufactured iii a superior style ^nd with dispatch. . T> OBINSON ansi  HOLMES, PERUKE M A--TV. KERS to his Royal Highness the Prince of WiAe\, and to the Theatre Royal Coveni Garden, rrinst renpectiully acquaint tVe Nobility and Gentry that their I' .tent Perukes are so excellent ah imitation of Nature as not to bedisco-veicd from it: tfi.�y possess such convei\icni;e and taste as Vrtake th'^m admired and adopts.! by.persons' of the first tank a:'.d fashion, an ^:^��eill the appearance of Nature was the objtdt of the In- 'i'.ited Directions for Gentlemen residing at a dista;-ce, i';>;\ \i- had asabove, A reference for Paymeht is expectid **jilrCountty'Orders.        . . �        '        '   ' '   .    '". �i^i'iRAClA'S ITALIAN OILS, FOR MAK.ING 'Ti-IE HAIR GRmv. nPHE unexasTipled success of the above Oils for L . the l.Tsf iwenty-.two years iri restoring.the hair on b.ilsitinn and Jil'cuti-jn. 1 he most satislaiitorv rele'ences can, up'n re . 41, !'i-C-dlllv, r.,)p..si(.' .St. jaiiios'-i �..'iiirc'i. va KKC I'O. RYj.w*" t V.' Valu-of 700I. per -innum' within 40 Miles of LoiKlon, pr; e.-.t IncUir.b'Bl's .'Vpsal'o'r'4^ Apph for iairitu.ars t'Ivleiirs Howaid aild Diggles, 1 Golde I q are. PUit-UmNT to a D-iciee of the High Court 0 f Cha. eer\ ina I i:. a caiibc of Nli"�VTON a|i;diist D li.A CON, the Credn rij of v ha R \ ES N i-: ".'TON, Lite (d L'Ule C'lels'a, In. th'i t.'oitnty of �liddler.ex, i-/sq arc Kerso'alt\, or rx their Si-liciior, to co lie in and proye the r ilcbt-. birfore S'r/^V.|,ijni 'Aelierj epis, Hatt. o.'.e of fiif 1 oters >t the s.i d ;o.i tat 1 s Cn  :'ciee. J . KLLI        lici'or, " � �      ,   . _      "    Jaines-.street, Buckii-.)jha.i' i.;.-ti.-. MAGNI Fl C ENT CO i;L h CMl ^"i'FlTlK) K," J.~~ iv,i)e SOLIiby AUCTl )N, By Messrs. KING and LOv-'rllj^R, At iheir G'cat Room, King-street, CoveMt-j^arden, on Mon cay a xr, and M.'ven fnJlowing dayi, at tw--lvt-, Very vakiable LIBRARY of BOOKS, .Tn m"St su;.erbaiid ele.:unt bindini,'>, tompriiin� i'-- iwost extensive asseinbla);e oT the Top-JKr-iph'cal   liiyory uf Great Britain that has �v-.t been cdlered .for pu.dic ?aie, the e.i tire-prop.rty of a Gentle.nan W^ell kn^Avn Ur   is m defatigable attention to t'p giaphical purMiit.s.    � iv be viewed on I'hursday, and catalogues, nw prx- is. had at the ro'Hi. AT a MEETING of thcMALTSTERS rc&idVftg. til the t'uvn ami neigt^b�urh od of Uirinii'g'inm, in the founty of Warwick, held at Mr. UIAD i.EST'n, the Swan in  �aman-itrect, in UirMdn^liam, on the 23d dayf of J 1-nuary 18,16, in  >n ilie pro.>ri ly of Peliticnii'g railiaiHent lot the Repeal ot ih- jot:* and 3?d Sedinns of'he .'\Ct of ihe 4id Geo. 3d, and 3S, prohibtt-tni; the Watering ft Sprinkling ;f Grain Ori 'heMoor >vliiUt Hiking iiUo vlali, a-iil also for rem ,.ealiiig to thr |u.-.tices in Cuart.'p Scisions, against convictions by two .Vlagiatiates under the sjiid Ad. Mf. READ BEST in the Chair, It was unani'iiously re-'>lved. That if is rhe'i;>'niAn 'f this Meeting, that ap dii..irioii .shoiil i be maile to l'�ir!iaiiifnt this StfSsionby the.M.dtst re.iile.t in the Coiin:y of a'*\'ii k. including the city .tiid county of the city of C iventrj, for tiic putpuSe of ubtaliiii g a : m the Bi)d> ut'Maltsters in liiriuingham, to ri^iire^ent them, who should have full power to ai*t as thev in.iy jod^'e rinht lor Inrthering the intentiOMs of thi.s mcetiag, and tlma Iroa-sur-cr,-Secretary, and Nolicitor, heals  )ipiioi''ted. That ;vlcnngsot the Maltsters m the several tmrket towns in lbs county, be rei^lminemled to rt held tur the same pi#r\i.' s-, add to .ippomt Cortim'tte.-s and t re'isnrers in like mmner,ai'd tliattwo Menib.TSuf each town C n.'i and Fetition as thev sha.l think pr.f^i-, and tha. a-dr-piitai:oa of t.vo Menibers (r'>::'. the Ccuin'y Coioinilt-o, ai>pninred to in^er tne i)-l ^'�te> ot the Suliulk-Hi'd other County C:)nimittees In L^iiaouj tf�r the purp'i:.e-'>>a-.lop-lnj and pursuing sucli measures as may fcL- thoiivl^t nece.ssar-', lor cairymg the iiitL-iitioiis ot suth meeting into ethd 'I hat Akx.....Icr ToU'"St, Esq ; fames Goddii'-gt'^n, Fsq.; PlumiV!.teiul I I .'ja. E q. ; Mr. Thomas S;uirri.-r;   U-iton; !V|i. John Scofield j A.r KiclLird 11'd-son ; Mr. Jose|)!i (;i;.idi'; Mr. Chdiles Cla ke; Mr. Tho-:;:as.' .iwar-.ls ; Mr. Edwird �\sliurn, aiidMr. Edward iVliU-ward, be app'jiiiti'd a ' oin�nittke r reiires-nt the Vlaltstet-i in the town and n'eighb.'ir'-.'.od ' ( hiiin'i'.sli.^m, and Mr. Tn-in s ')uiti)n, '"reasurer ; arid Mt. wm. SpuirI.er, 'iecr;'-larv and Solicitor! q-^O be SOLD. k     -to BE sol:' by PR! Vv ii; Ci'.V   , ^C.'T. ALL th.tt valuable :*IANOR or ROYALTY, :ai.'d the E.STATE "f CJrert M,'i>- ard, sinuie within four Mil.s of the li Of idivt+hurn, u\ .the 'Count'.. .0. Lancaster; and contaurrr.; jbout EleVei-. hiiii.{:eii cust- m 'y Acres nf land, of svei \'):,l'itj the i'ule, or abjut one t.i.'iisand sev ! hir d-d nui iii:,-ty s'atuie Acres. This Es'ate is ' 1;irly coi.vru-.'d iil a; Uins Fenc',', the Rivers Cal.ier and Hciibui n iu:'.:iini; thr-UKii and b:)U'iiliiii;-a ureat part thereof the Waters of tlies; Rivvrs are capable of being converted into any purposes of tlie nirsf pvweftul Ala.'hin-'iy, and the fi-ie and luiiiierous sprini-.vof fr-sh water, wiiicn rise in every part of the Prope ty, render it*'a id^>jcot of flie highest importance 10 the Manu.'iaaurer, or for the" purpose of I irigatii-n.wi Beauty 1 he Estate ;.s well Timbered, and rich and valualileMi.nes and Veinsof Coal, Stone, and CiraveL lie in i v ry pirt of it, anil are no>v in Work. It abounds also 'iii tlie most beautiful and Romantic situations tor buildings Mansiuii, or C�Miges Otiicc, has the benefit ot excellent: Roads, holds a Court Leet and C^urjBarrvi, lias a Royal Grant of j Fair, wh ch is regularly hehl, and th� Game haying been strieily pre erved, is we'l stocked ttltr-with.' For paiticutars ot this valuable Estate, apply at the Office Of Messrs.    ilson and Rawstoiiie, ^leston, Lancashire, where a Mapof the^Estatc may be seen.: Preston, z^th Jan. 1806. , .      ^ . FKEEHOLD WATER MILL hear 'l"*j\�bridge, V. ihs. TTOR SALE by PRIVATE CQNTRACT, a A   Capital WATER C; RIS V M�LI., known by the iKitiv/ of the LOWER MILL, standing uponahe River Biss, within five.minutes walk i f ths i;own of Trowbridge, toge. her with a rich CLOSE of MBADOW SKijoiiiing ; .being pal't of the Estateof the lato Mr. Nathan Noyes, now in the rentingof Mr. Gecirg(B Ball, astenantat \yiU.' The capalhility of improvement which these Pnemifies possess is almost incaltuLble.   ihey are situate u.pon a river which hardly ever fiiils to ptodnKe � gDod supply water, and ^'iiere a flood hat seldom been kiibwn 10 ob> SI rud the work of the MilHor twelve hotiri togetheir. .   Addedito which, tii^y are.within)ooyanjii^f (ItettourisldnK clothiii'gto^:nofT(owb.id/*e,\vherejudgineiipa6nlytequire�l iti'tlie condiid fa .vlanu'/idory toensurtf prospeiity ;and4ny Gentleman wishi-g to erkt a Maautadory iitsu^h a,Mtikh-. uourhuQit and vviilt such views, has now a niujtt tklRlMe oppcrfunity.-   � ; M- For :urth�rparriquUrs apply to Mr. Joseph Dunn, Fitik* Basuiiihall-streett and at rhrOltictf of Mr. Williitins, �__.... K�.     c     u.�;li!.......    �.   I.'--' tor, Hasuiiinaii-sircer t ami .iriiip ��ince or'i*ir.. v>'i|iiui||s^ Red Lion-square, London; or to Mr S. WilliajHs, Soifci, tor, TWrt biiiij;* {>t by letter* free nf puitat^,  Ihat Subscnptioi-is be imniidi.'tely entered into by t'riis mecTMig ti ward-rdsiiura ruiid !or del'^'yi")! the ex;je:.cei ..a-lreadv 1 curred, and to b^inc'.r ed n the said appl cati/ii, and ii It snuil.ir subscriptions he r.'e>nirt;ende(l to bj entered int'i by th' ^'ii'tsf r., in the several market lowns and p,i-rishi^s in thec'untv^' - ;r'i It the seveial Town Gcmmitrres bi; requested to cr,l-'ed such Subscripti.'ns, and to procure bi(;naUiTes !0 the in-t-^.ul^d l>ti;ioii. , Tli.ii tl'>se Resolutions be signed hy the Chairman, and Hiserted i the Courier and Traveller, Lond..n Papers, and in the Birmiitgha'ii Papers. > READ BUST, t'hairman. Mr. r:rsr havin;; quitted the '.^hair, arid Mr.   I'homas Spurrier tikcii the same, :^esolved 'inammously, that the Thanks of this Meeting' he rivei. to Mr. Besi, for his attention 10 the business of this meeting, a.id for his able condud ill til'? Chai'. la   MAS SPURRIER. CURIOUS MARBLE. WANTED, Two Pieces of MARBLE Otie Foot Nine Inches Sqii.ire, or triform a Circle ot thit Oirtmetet. and Two a'-d a Qnartc-r rhit:k; Any Person havin? such MarbL t' dis; ose of may receive the value of them (and it is uideisto id the value may be from Three Guinea-; ro Ten Guineas eic)i), by applying to Mr". (Jldfield, Union-street, Berkeley-square. 26, Comlull, s�, Cha*i�(f Cr>86, and 6t; M.irgaret'S HiH, Borough. ^TEXT  Monday morning at nine o'clock the >J   U heel goes round, and will yieli to tlie fortunate liolde'of the first-iirawn Ticket io,oizl. Hornsb^ aid Co. beg leave to remind their frbnds, that th.ere ate more Ca; ital I'rizea m the present L'ttery, tlun there has been foi nianv Lotteries past, besides t.h'j b!-nefit of fitii 5, o.i Tickets which are eiit't.t.'.I to zjI. each. Tick'Jts and Shares are on-'-aleby Hornsby and Co. in i;reat variety .liid on the lowest terms. Piizes paid on de niaiid. Orders by; lette.' or carrier executed exadly on th; sime terins as it'i/tesrwit.  STAT K I..I) IThKY. T''begin Drawini; on Monday next,. F^rbriiary SWIFT an.l CG.' Na. ,11, Poultry, London, and at ;h n in st if the principil I'owis, ure .rllm^rhe rj Cn ;. I'S and Si! .\ i< ES of the PRESENT. ; �r 11:1^ \', in vyhlch the five thoi'saiid First Drawn r-cke's ar-e-.tltlt-d to iil. eatli, besides thc:r Chai-.ce 01 r.i|) t il i'rii.'.s.    � �  . Ihe oidy I'rizj of id.oo-jI. shared- in the lait Lottery, ^o. 18.J39. \'iv!ssoldby Svviit auvl Co. asalso No. 3.973    ;   'a iVi2e of        iC'iO' y,nu ,   - .       .'.  ,ooo   No. a^,        -      10,000 .9303    -      iu,o6.5        '9.>56 5,000 .    1'?!,-! � ithers of oK 2.c-,o d   i ,uo.;l. 5;ol. &c. &c. OKCOKD LOi'TERY fc^r T80;, 'begins Drav.  3  . i;ig the 3d of iebruay, ;i) .6. \ apital Prizes ^oki, shaiod, and r.-gis'tered, prior to 1804; by J. BitANSC(JMB and Co. 11 Priz-'s of �i>,ooi> ,   .20,000 IO,'ii;o Is Prizes of ,C5,ood 26 . . . , z, 00 54   \.   ... 1,000 And ui i'i!o4, and Fit-t Li>tterv iS-.j, the following Capitals were sidd in 1. 3 Shares, namely, � � i   'N-'S. � Nas. (6.Sot, .1-3.74.7 entitled to i,non. . \.   .   .   2,oo<� i. .,00.) 9.2.19, entitled ' 1,64 J.     .    456 .   .   . 76S6, to besiubii several other 10 ol Jpd. lO.1, ic. ac by the.i;iifsf-dravyn Tickets will be eiiiiUedto lil. each, besids the tpeneHcial chance of every H-ating Capital iii th  '�rand Scheme ; iliorelpic an early purchase, is pariitularlyrc-hnnendcd. .\ND  LO TTVER Y  he-ins Druwiiij 3 j 1- , of ;^20   pOjO 10 0.0 z'.ooi 1 0-0 l�,. �o is f ^030 V'irst.dr.Tickets If nop Txkets � �'^ii 00 30 aoo �.; o-a 6  ..o 8,000 la.ojo .6 000 l|i>,OyO );o JO Part of the abovs Capital*, rt-ft-d aril Tiokti (st   '?y   . Dnto          -     ^in Day     - iiio     -     -     6th Day     . � .    . D'-^n     - ,    -     .7t'i i"'a,-      .     Ditto     . loth U.iv     , rickets and Sliarrs are �ctling at every Othcc. Present Pric-ofa "llcket �l^,r> o 2o,pOt> t iOO > �        5i'-iJ..'> L censed Lottery Half . - 10!; Q'lirvr .   ^1. od vxl. Enhth Sixisfirh si. il. 19V. Us. 6^ ol. ol An early Pu'tiiuse is advised, as the Vi^t ^.-oo Tic-K�s will he eutillea to a jl. each, beaide* their thance ot Mie c�(Mtal�. ^.^ii' TJif rj"riw' r�" 'mIRAI.TY CFf ice, Jr. :ary i^,, i�o6. 'OTICE it hei^ebj g'fvm, tkut ft Se$i^}i of Ojtr _ . and Ttr:>'lmr an�i Goal DeUvtrt, fir rhf I'riai of (if-f: ncf C'immiiied on tht H'lfh Srut, wthin the jurii,ucii�n 'jj t(k W./��m/rv if EiiirUn,!, A'til bf held Lit III: tice Hail, in '.ri ' -Id I'ail-y, I Jiirl'ir, li i *j�av, tiie i4th 'd Februa,y rt--xr, utEig'lo'CUkinlh'MirniMg. WM. M.'. i' iDEN. VICT AtLING-OPrl }   Jan. ?8. 186. 'T*HE Commisshfteri foi^ T/ffiw///'/,  Hit   �Jaj fo, '�N'E huWnfttD thou�:avd GALLONS of W; 4ND1A R'l I, or ;y FOREIGN BRANDY, to be Ltli-veifi arc half in ihitt w*r, aii itt rtmj'mdtr in ,hrfex--it:k.aU*riiitjtiii '-lijriti's yum.iitini' Stars at Plymauth, and to l/c fo MJ not he tnstrieif iifW>rd\ jI Ititpb, n- tt>all. niil h >tlivr- sj iutfte B�trd >.ef�f One t/Chek oH tlw ..� i, fridait fejlti ef febrtt ry/sext, nor unless iheferton tub*mitke*-tbe TriiU>, ot iome j,erion.o� bit tehatf, atltndi, AC) an'.ier fjbut:al,td for. POST HORSE,       DUTIES. Stamp-Office, Somerset-place, Jan, 30, 18*;, HIS Majesty's Commissioners for Managing the Mimo i.'uties, having resumed the Goll"6tion of the P St Horse, &c. Duties tor the Midd'-s'^X Distrid No. 12, including London and Westmtnsfjr, from t'le i t >ebriary 1 ext inchistve, do hereby giv notice to all Po tinasters and Letters "fHixses used Travel'in? Postj or by T ime, m the said District, ivbo reude u>itbi/i Five Miles of bis Qfjict, or luiilMn the B'lli of '�Urta/iry.that ihey are requr.d 10 attend tfi irii'tow, between the hours of Ten and Four, at lli.s - )f-fi..e. where Ihey will be turnishHl with the several sorts of 1 ickcts and Weekly .Accounts necessary for their business. By l)rd-;r of the Comm'ssioners, C. E. HLkESFORn. Secretary. This 1-ay wa-! published, pr'ce is 6L -T^h E RE MO N STA NC ER REMONSTR ATF.O �.   V ITH, or some Observations suggested bv the per sal of a Couplet, and the Note attached to it iiv Sir. SHE E's Rhymes on Arts, or the Remonstrance of a I'ainter. By W. H. WATTS. " Dat vei'ium corvis, vexat censuia coluir.bas." Juv  Sat. 2, Printed fyr W. Miller, Albemarle-streer. LlTEUATlli  D )MES TIC. On the ist of Febr�'ar>' will hepub'uhet, prcej . ed.e-ch, t.T-HE AiTENi^iX to the MoNTHLY RE. . I VI E W, Vid. 48, New Scries, crntahiiitg critical Analyses and F^xtrads from a variety 't important new Fo-reigirPublicatinns, in ihe dilferent Brnic s of Literature t also the General Title, Table <* Gout nis, and Index for the Vo hi tne. 2. The Monthly Review for January 1806, being the ist Number-f Vol. XLIX. N. S. and including Accounts of a Numjer ot t ie Tate i'iodir�U- ct bei^, 1805. Contaiiv.ng, with numerous .Anecdotes, upwards of v'ns Hiin.ir d ' 'r'i;inal I'ortraits ,'f Princes, IriiVce.'ises, Vlinrsters, .Aiiiba-s dors, li.triguers, Gr.iurails, and Favourites, now fisMriig at Courts, in Camps, auu in Labinets, upon th� i. ontine.it. Printed for J. Murray, No 32, Fleet-street. 3^-(>�'�, price )ii tne ,ist ot February will bj publi.-hed, price No. Ill -which wll compfeie the First Volume, ias.6d inbo.irds.ot , AREIROSPECT   of   PHILOSOPHICAL MECIIANCA!., CHEMICAL, and AGRICUL. TUt^Al. DIsCOV  RIES. \ 'he Volume w'.iich this Number completes fornis an abri.lgmeiu of the pcii'idical and i'thet ^Vorks, English and ..1..11, publisie.l in the year 1805, relatmg to A.rts and i:u'i:ce.s,accom;'allied >vith reniarks oivthe msrits or de-fts of many of the pip-rs, and in some cas-es shewing to v.''-.3t other useful p>n'|)Osesiiivtfnti'>nsmay ha dired.'d an.l  liscoycries, extruded beyond the original vie-.vs of their au-tlmrs.   These rcaiarbs coaipri.e criticia.-ns on patent inven-tinns. , Published quarterly at the Repertory Olfi. e, No. ibi, Hattr.ii Garden, a; d .lOKl by ai! other Bookselier.>. Of whom liny be had, the tirsi -series ot the Ueperf.�ry of .-Xrts and .V|.i. nutaitures, pric; icI.ijs. in ho itols, and the continuation i.i Monthly Numb.rs, prite 2.s. 6d. each.' Noiv first Puhli-shedj piice 1-. iiiid 6d. Thi pi'^lv comi'lete and corred Accr^ii.itof T-^HE VICTOR Y of TRAFALGAR, with the 1 l.I FE and OEA TH, and lasi ME M..>1 RS nf LO R:!� �NELSON, theolUjial .Accounts of the iinlemn Processio.'.ji by '" ater, and by Laa.Vi.i St. I'auTs, and ot the Funeiai Ceremonies, with oitier interesting particulars respeding the llep:irt d Her>. ' 'f he fp|loMi:.g engraved Print,? are giver. I.n thi? mf'st infe-restiiig.Wi'rk, \vhicii will rende.'' itaa Histiriciil Rr jor.V aa t f.iith.Hi' Repres.';iti't'!T.i of these national Ccnsidei tioa;, vii, . a -nr ed l.kh ss'f L:J'd^'elsn. Fiic-simde'oMiis haiui-wr t.. g. His .Armorial Bearing,-; .ihd Siinpotte s. The vaiiout; Insigir.a'ot hi:. HunLinr-,. .A I'lan of the Ijiittleof Ttiialg.i.-. I he artanjieinentb of ids lyin? i'l Stale ; a.-.d nf those in St. P.inTs at 'he ii,i e of his Vuiu'r.d. A corred Representation and Descr.piionottl-.e Ct)FFlN and I'^CNFRAL CAR.   . . 'he above ate piiuicdttud ci>mpiiz-d in o'ic very la'ge sheet . I tine piper^ ctd.-: lat-d tj bnv.l up and      preserved   , \viin /'e'l's.U eekly M-.'sscn^i-r, oi-f Si>nd by the posttoois-t.iiit tfi> nd<. May be nad ai Bell's Weekly Messenger Ollice, a il of all tlie Nen.siiien. f^OS li^R'S RHEilMAriC DROPS sold vvh''le_ sale and etiilijy .Vlessts. B.itoa, .Jeat'ouU an I Co. at their uri, . Tiso or ;:.rec bo'tles geAcra!!; ;.',.-'rorm acui Drops ate valuable�o p?rs >nsRi i..�.iD. .id, asthry jpi toranv length of li,'!)-,.and ii-. al' ilinVdes.   'The-be us;--d extcr...dly with gi'eat sucwsss Mr the " Cuts, Uruisiis, &c.      "   ^   

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