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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 31, 1806, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY; JANUARY 31, 1806^ .   . TH-EATllE UOYAL, DRUUY-LANK. THIS PRESENT EVENING iheirjMajcsties* .  Eryafiis wlT'itct�a hew Ciperitic Drama, calleil ./;THE travellers � or,Music's l-ascination-. With'entirely nevVmusic; scenery, niaciiineryVdresseS Snd decoraiiof.s. ' The principal charadters by ^lessrs.fEltiston, �rahan1, .ohnstoniS, vlathew?, Dowtoti, arid Banniiter ; Mrs; Vdwell, Mrs. .ViountaJn, Mrs, Rianri; and Signora StarsTce. With THE MOCK. Dv)CrOl  ,       THKA I !i    ROYAL, C'.JVliNT-CAXIJEN. ! nPHIS-PRESENT-EVENLNG will b= performed \ JL. a Tragedv, called -   '  � ISABELLA. Biron, Mr, Kcmble ; and Isabella, Mrs. SiUdons.-   ' After wnich AvilLbe at\ed;'for the sdj time, a new Farce, interspersed -vvjlh Songs, in two ads. called  VVK FLY BY NlGHfj" or Lor�,Stori:=s\ ,           . Written by ATthnr GnfOuhoofi Esq. i   � To>moTrow, -.Cyn>bgline4 withWe Kly.by Night;" '�vyOW" QPEN.-*^V he RiTer Aino. All the.fourliridges are seen 5-the Grand -uke's Talace and BoboleGard-iW; the Old I'alaci; ihe Oatlitdtal, built of vario'is ni:.fbles,; theToinb of rlic gieafMedici Fdniily, wih an infinity ot mtetisttng o^jeits too nuirwrons to mention.; A fine e>panse of the V'ale of ,Arncr enriches the Vii'fl-scapi', bounded on all sides by Mountains,-and part ot the Appenin's. The loy of Naples c ntinues open ; to whxli has been added, a representation of the late awful Eruption of Vesuvius, and m^ny Figures, &c. 'Opeti from Ten till l>Uik. Admittance-to^ e>ch Painting one Shilling. "BATTLE OF IRAFALGAR AND DEATH OF LtJRO; NELSON. MESSRS. BOYDELX and Go. beg leave to acquaint the Public,: that they continue to receive subscriptions for the Printto be engraved from the best Pic--ture on the ^>bovc subiedl, for Which they have ottered a premium of FIVE HU'WDKEIJ CUI-NEAS, fr'in which a " plate will be engraved, in the first style of excellency, the sizc.anu in themanrier ot the Death of General WOLFE, to which it is intended as a companion. CONDITIONS. The.priceof the jjriuts        L. 2  a eacli. Ditto of proofs        - 55  ditto. Half to be paid at the time, of subscribing, and the rc-laaiiider on delivery of the Print. The impriessiojis will be scrujiulously delivered in tlte-order for which they are subscribed. Subsfffiptions received by Messrs. Roydelt and Co. Cheap-side ; and bv Messrs. G. and W. Nieol, Bookselleis to his Jtjjesty, Pall Mall. '_ '� HOGARTH's ORIGINAL WOUK.Si > MESSRS; BOYDELL and Co,.take the libeny to inform the PnblicV that beirg the Proprietors ot iiitnRIGfNA;. c01'PER-PI.AT,I-.S engraved iind pub-iished by the celebrated Hogarthj' they can furnished fine Copiesof his Works at Twenty Guiiieas the Set, conoiniiig %>ne Hundred and Ten Prints Mi One. Yoluitie atlas Fpilio, boards.   ., ; Frbm the tifne of the first Publication of ,Mr. Hogarth's Works uiitil the present day, the name of. this great and inimitable Artist haS;lje�n dishonojired by servile and weak Copies of his Engravings. But tli?se cold and spiritless imitations are sunk mere shadows by i comparison with llie Originals, which ar'fe ih a Sty Ts peculiario the sreal .il'lasr ��: ;r who coiweivad ailtl ^JCQCuted then. Bwi  iiJioii. which they did i� the foilovving te^timo iiy, wl'.ich js copied trom a Daily Paper of-ilie*?!!! Janua* ry,. 178J. \ ^VVe whose names are underwritten, having caTcfullyex-" amlned the Plates publfshetlby the lijte Mr, Hogarth, aie ** fiilly convinced that they haye not been re-touched since " his death. .." '   � . � FRANCIS BARTOLOZZI. WM. WYNNE RYLANU, - � WM WOOLLKTr." Sine* this periotl, Messrs. BoydelI and Co, plerlee their word they have not been retouched ct. repaired ;. indeed Hogarth's fo'rciblcstyle of Etching ai d liiigraving, so superior to that of his feeble imitators aiid copiers, renders that aid unnecessary. � COTTON   ESTATE. " FOR SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a valuable and very improveable property, being the entire Island, called UNIOM ISLAND, one oMhe Grenadines in the Goveriment of St. Vincent, containing between two and three tlious^nd acresot land, and about five hundred nrgri'es, among Which are some very valuable mechatiics, fishermen, and sailors. There are works and other appropriate buildings complete, and a large pasture well stocked. "The payment, by inbtalments, will cffhi'ade easy to the purch.issr. For lurthur particulars apply to Mr. Samuel Span, 1 risiol. "O the LADIES.^BAGAZET's ORIENTAL DEpiL.\*ORY, for j-emoving SUPERFLU()TJS HAIRS from the FACE, NI-.CK; ARMS, &c. and for improving the C;bMPLEXION. The above has now for manv years been established throughout England and on the Continent, as the only Depilatory everoHeredto the public which unites a mildness ot operation (so ;is not to irritate eveti the delicate skin of an infant) with infalJiRle and permanent effii acy. In Turkey-and Egypt, from whence it was 'at firjit brought to this country by Lady, M. W. M--ue, he^Ladies, wKo are delicate in the extreme, not tosuUera ,�ingle liair to remain which they conceive^irregnlar or intrusive, make use of ^ this preparation at the baths 5 and the Tuikish VVomen are entirely fiee from ^what is in every country justly considered so great a bletnish to female beau^ tv. It is likewise employed by the men to giuniformity �nd shape to their Mwstachios, &e." N. B, Observe that each Bottle is closely sealed up,-and fifgnedon thscover T- Bagazct, in the Proprieti-rs Haml-writ-.|ng, to imitate which is a Felony.rr-Price 3s. 6d. the bottle. An abittbmcnt of pne shilling in six buttles.  ^Sold Wholesale, Retail, and for Exportation by Messrs. Khaw and Edwards, St. Paul's Church-yard; .and- may bi jadof altthe respeflable and established Venders and Per-funters in 'J own and Country. SbCl'ETV FdR THE SUi�PRESSION Of VlCFj. ' ,.  or the LEASE tdr.TicltetJ JS ss.Oo-j Tckets. K.ooo 8^000 ' .10 dos . ?.oo'a 6.oo� 110,000 Part of the above Capitals. Hfft.dr�wii Ticket ist Day      -      J^m^wo Uitto     -    -  .14th Pay    -        jo,ooq t�rtio    -    -    6th Day    -       -ao.oit* �ltir>�   -     -    7th Day'   i ^,ooo . Ditto    -  �      Joth Day     - a.coo Tickets and Shares are telling at e'veiy L'censcd Lottery OHicp. Present Price of^ Ticket    -  . ijl.  191. Hrtfi- - lol.   *3. ojli' (Jlghth       al. i�s. od, SJuartar -   il.   ^J. ,od.   SixtetH'h     "L, ,65.   o I, 4* An'eftrly .Piirthase is advised, as the First 5,000 Tip-ket> vi(iH |;e cnUUfi); to- aal, Mvh.btuiles their chaucs of the C�plt�l8. ' . ...   "  .. Prizes ot L.i'>,oo 10,000 5,000 3      Prizes of L.4,030 S     -       '.�       1,000 � z*     - - too &c. The last 30,0:0!. and thi two last. ao.oooL Prizes {ever dr.:wn) where allsharcd anil sold at 4. Cuinhil'.aiKU), Ciiarttig-Croi^s, where Tickets and Shares (whilst any iciiiaiii) will continiic oil sale, andall . PRIZES PAID ON DEM.AND. No.44, St. J.iines'SrStrecr, and No. 149, Ox^'ord street, CAPITAL   PRIZES   Sold   and   Shared  by HODGES anJ Co. last year, viz. 'No. 3,944, a Prze of 20,0031. in z Qiiarters, 4 Eighths, and 4 Sixteenth Shares. No. 19,408, a Prize ef 5,000!. in 1 Half, 1 Eighth, and 6 Sixteenth Shares,   And No 9,787, a Prize of 5,0001'. In i flalf, i Quarter, 1 Eighth, ana a Sixrciiith Slures; Also in the Ijte Lotteries,' preceding the above :  No. 2,581 a Prize of L K6. "9,46j'a Prizeofl. 2>,ooo 15,705 .    iMjOoo 12,660       ., 20,000 '    34.7:87     , 10,000 7,lit   _ . 10,000 i8,',.bj ..36.030 to^ono 5,000 jl.ooa . 5.000 S,ooo- The Drawing of the present Lottery commencesbn Monday next; the Tickets and Shares 6t whichar^on Sale at tiicaboiVcf Offices, on the most liberal terms.    . VN. B, Hodgesa.id Co. have no connexion'Whatever with any other Oificein Londan. V.    STATE LO I'TLRY, iJ)a5,         Begiis Drawing i ext Monday, February 3J,i8 6. HALL and Go, (SuccessLOis to Mr. Nicholson) at their St.ue Lottery Oflioe, No. 88, COKNHILL, coiner of the Royal Exchannc, London, respei3fi�lly acquaint their Fiier.ds and the Public, that Tickets an'l Sharestor the , PO PIJ LA R 1nTRO dUcTlO N to ASTROn O M Y. ThisDiy is published, illustrated with mimerous lame Copper-plates, on a plan entirely new, price 4s. and 6d. ��, with an allowance to ^chcoIs, rpHE WGNDER5 of the TELESCOPE, or a , jJL.. Display of the Wonders of the Heavens and of the System of the Wniver.w, written m % tamiHar and (jopwljir i^jRoftt,:ada;>��d|Mr�ictihrty to 1 Ift perusal ot young Persons, a;\d':^p:ci:�lly calculated to promote aiiJ simplity the study of Astrrn my to Persons of all Ages, Printed for Richa'd Phillips, Uridge-sfrret, Blackfriars ; and.sold by Tabart and Co. at ths Juvenile Library, Ncvv-Bond-sireet, and by all other Bookollers. Ot'wham also miy be had. The WONDEKS 5f tife MICROSCOPE, or a Display of the VVonders of'the Creation, in Objetts coinparat'vely minute, illustrated with very large Plaies.-Pr;cB js. fid. m Biia'tls. .      ' hU�u. anduFsrlAM's  HlSTOkY'of ENGLAND tr.il) the EAULllisT RECORDS to the PRESENT TIME, COMPLETE. \/[r. PHILLIPS has the honour to offer to the iV.JL-Public the only comilete, resped.ible, and uniform SeritS of English Histnry wh ch has ever been ur.iduccu Mr". HumCs History w:is brought by that Writer down to the period of. the Revohiiioh, and Mr. Relsham has taken up ths rtiiriativd from the Revolution and brought it down to t!ie PeacRofAiiiieiis.' Both Works form an uniform Series of TWsnty Volumes, and tht-y hiay be had of every Pookseller in Town and Cotn-try, price Eight Pounds, in boards. Persons already possessii g Mr. Hume's History may have Mr. Lelshani's entire Work by ijtseltin Twelve Volumes, for Five Guineas', in bjards. And As the latter part of SmoIIet's Genernl History w^ frequently' sold previously to the appearance of Mr. Bel-sham's Work, as'it ctsntinuation ef Hume to the death of (Jeorge the Seco. d, iMr.'Philiips thinks it proper to observe, XhatMr/Helshani's llistory of tne Reign of George the Third may be hitd separately, to complete Hume and Smollett, in Eight Volumes, price Thres Pounds Twelve Shillings in boards. .'. Rridgn-stregt, Jan. 8, 1806.    " An im-portant ADDITI()n to the stock of BOOKS of education; On Monday th?:i7th pfFebruaty, will be published, printed on good Paperj and in a clear Type; corresponding in size with Dr. Mavbr's British Nepos; price ss. bound, with ,.the full Alloivanca to Schools, rpHE GLASS BOOK ;, or. Three- Elurtdred LlTKKA ruKE, r-OREi:;N a:v.'> rr).\?'u5 \ ic. To-iitt>rnw'will He p'ib'.ijhc ., |?r c- z . 6d. fjch, he APPSNorx to the Monthly re; VI nW,  Vol. 4!?, Neiv Stries, c')iitaii;i'ir critical Aiialyses and Kxtradls tfom a variety rit i;.iportij;  nc.v ho-raign Publications,     'hi dilfbe;): nraiv:,its     l.iteriiure : . aii,) the Oerieril Ti'tl-, TiMf of Conunts, and Lidex for tiie/VoUimc. . i. 1'he Monthly Rev'.ev/ for Jintisry 1S06, being:theYst Number of Vol.' XLlX. N. S. and JnclMiiing .\ccouut> of � � Nuiitiier ot tie late Produilions    the tiiiili.'.h. Press. SoldbyT Beckett, No. 8t, Pall Mall.     ;.., Ot wfiijin may be had;    . v^rS .  A 0�jtoL.**��kx ti* the Old Series, or first Eighty-one Volumes, ';f this 1 mg csrabliihc-l  Li'era,ry Jounifil, la 3 vols. Svo-A)i9, single NUmoers, and complete sets of ths � New. Scries. , " � � orty Capital' Prizes, exclusive of tool, and jnL amounting to f^jjJjl^oL i-.3ndi.hft ,^kst-dfawn 5^1*0 Titketj areentitlul to TflBiTy-two Pounds each. g3* Orders from the Country accompanied with short-diied Bills, Bank Nucs, Cash, or Post OiticiUrders, executed on the same'I'erms as if personally present. Money for Prizes as soon a-? drawn. STATE LOTTERY for iSoj, coiyairin^ ,25,000 Tickets, I'egins Di8\yirig Monday next,, Feb, 3, The SCHEME CONSIS I S OF Pfizesof l,Zo;'oo3 5,000 8 20 Priz=Sof L.Ziodo   ti.rro 500 fire. And the first-drawn 5,000 I'icktts will be entitled to zai, each, exclusiytOt tlicirCliance of Capital Prizes.' Pickets aim Shares ar>; oa S:ile by H AZAU D, BURNE, d Co. Stock lirpkcis, at il:i;ir State Lottery Olfice, No^ gj, under the Rayal ExchaiiKej Lonilon, where,, within the last t.-n Years only. Capital Piizes to t.'ii. amoiir/t of 800,0001. and upwards, have beensuKl and shared, .exclusive of those of 5o;il. anil under. *�* Country Orders, accrimpanied with short dated Bills on London, Post Ollics (Orders, or Cash, in Pafcel by Coach or Carrier, p'lnclually attended to; and Corp.'Spondeiita may depend on being treat:;d exaitiy bh the same Peims as if person dlypreseut. . 26, Cornhill, 55, Ch.itiiiii Cr'Ss, and St. Marjjaret's Hill, ,    .   �  . Borcuiih. N'EXT Monday morning at nine o'clock the � Wheel gc*s round, �nd will yield to the fortunate holder of the lir.'Jt-dfa wn Tii.:kef io,ozil.- llornsbv and Co. Keg'leivj to temind their friends, that theraareinore Capital I'lizei tn the present L-iitery, thdn tjaere has been tor many Lott'feries past, beiiaes the benefit of the first 5,'�00 Tickets which are entitled to ail. each. Tickets aiid .shares are  st of the princijial Towns, are selling the TlChvETS and SHARES of the PRESEN IV H)rrEP.Y, in whiaft tlw five thousand Fiist DrarVn Tickets are eiititled to 22l. each, bisidcs the'ir chance of Capital Prizes. The only f'rize of lo.oool. shared in the last Lottery, No, 18,539, was sold by Swift and Co. as also NO'3.97J       'a Prize of       iC'.oo .7; 176  ....       -        500 And it! the Lotteries immediately preceding : No. 6,,7()t     - \Caj,ooo  No. ai',952  � ,(^10,000 9.36a   -      10,003      . 19,556 5,000 Besides nthqrsofof 2,oo3l  i,uoat. 5O0I. &c. &r. AR I IF^CIAL MINERAL PASriiTE-ETil.     > Published, by" Dulau and Co. Soho-square, the Foiuth -    Edtriofli 8vo. With Plates, in boards, price 5s. DlSSERTA'l ION oit ARTIFICIAL TEETH. � -By Mr. DE. CHEMANT, , Su.'gPon Dentist, FritlirSt'reet, Soho, - Tliis Treatise evinces the dangerous cnnsequences.. arising from'.ths use of > Teeth extraftted from dead bodies, or inside of animal substance, subjett"to tietay or ,di4sollI-tian,.as. �(ell as�the-evils attendant on th: transplanting of Human Tieeth; with (Observations and Cases corroborating the ojuniins oY William WatsoniJ;ohn Hunter, and other emUteOiJ Svugeons, who have deiponstrated the frequent ini. cuUtipn of diseases by ttoen fears Thi$ discove-' ry has bee/i honoured witl). L.'.ters Patent both in England and France.-To be had also ot the Author, and of Mr, Highly, 24, FlMt.&treet,   ' N. U., M(. .De Ciientniit takos.this onportitnjity to request thos!spersot)3,who^jn?iy.>vish t�i ,j;onsu t.him, to make a. previousai>poiiiti�ieni,'in order that iJjc/ nwy uut beileiam. al| Ui,waitin^, .' and Sixty.five READING fcESS:)NS for Sch-^ols of either Sex : combining, witli^the elemeiHtsof all knowledge, a greater niittil-er of pleading Exercises, from the best Authors, tihan are tn be foui\d in any other Work of the sSme descrip.tion : every Isssun having a ckarly defined objid, atid te.icliing some principle of science or morality, or some important 'truth,^      : � By the Rev. DAVID BLAIR,, . , - Xfec Autitoriwlwen.srimuhtredtocompile tliese Exercises 'in reading, by the observation, that, althouK.H thire at present exist several excellent books for teaching Reading and Elocution, the objeft of them does not extend beyond the mere eombinatiiiii of words ; an-l they consist almost entirely of passages seleiied with reference to beuity of compb*iiion only. . In'the present-Work, Elega.nce h.ts be, ATH; illustrated by a Scries of Engravings -O     from til.'Drawings of John Ciaude Nattes. N. B. This work consists of thirty large ensravings, coloured by hand in thc'b.-st manner, -with letter-press de-scr-iptiveot e.ich view ; thewhole forming an Historical and Pieliiresque Repre.>enuti >n of tliat telcbta ed City. It is printed on large super-roy4! ftl'io paper, in the finest msnner. . Piibii.shed by V/illiam Miller, Albcmarle-strept; andW. Sheppard, Bristol; and iriayalsj be hud of the priucipal Bcoksellers in Bath. Thisdav^ire pMhliihed, price 3s. 6d. CONSIDERATIONS  arising fro.-it. the  DEBATES in.P.^KLlAMENT 01/ the PETITIO.N of the IRISH CA rnOLlUS. By Sir J<)HN"1 HiCOCKMORTOr-l, Barr. London: Pririteii tor J. Bad!, Bo..k-.ul!er, to Kr. Royal Highroisthe Piince of Whiles, at  ,v5 Crown a-.d Mure, Pall-mail 5 Sold also by E. l,onl:cr, Eond-slrcet j Mesir:. liicbardsoii, Royal Erchance ; Ot wh^mrnay behad.jnsr ptibU . P. Roman Cati.ci c .\rclibisli .p.o^. Uublin, by a Special Jury, befcfs the Ui;;ht Hon. Lord Chief Justice Ellcnboro-.ieh, in his Nfaj^s'.y.i Court of King's llench, July ti, 1805, ta'sen in Short-hand ^y^,Ir. (iurney, a'.id nuw publii'ned by au'.h[>ri:y, with rn .appendix, cqii-t-iiniiig Testimonies to tiie Conduct .ii:d Character of Dcobi: Troy. This Day is published, in 'I'wo Vuiuines OcUvo, price 13s. .ill boirds, a new Edition, bcMiR the Eighth, of LECTURES on the GOSPEL of ST. MATTHEW, deliveredin the Parish Church of St. JamJs, Westininster, in the Years 1798, 1799, 1800, and i8ji. By the Right Rev. BEILBY POR'lEUS. D, D. Bishop of London. Printed forT. Cadill, and W. Diviss, Strand },^T. Paine, Mews gate i and F.ant C. Rivington, St. Paul's Churchyard. Of whom may bs had, by tiie same Author, i. Sermons cin several.Subjects, a vols. 8vo. (Tenth Edition ot the 1-irst Volume, and Utth Edition of tlie Second), price IIS. in-boards. . 2 A Summ:'sprtn)^ 1 vol. 8v4, 6$, nt bOiiiili. '1 liis Day is published, in Two Vdlmnes, v'davo, price ir^ A DISSERTATION on .ihe PROPHECIES, th3C �\i have bcfn fulfilled, are nnw,fui.ni:i:.g. .tc will iiereiffer be fulfillerl.rebtiveto tlie Rfcat Period ot 1260 Y^ars ; the Papal and Maliomracd.in .\posta-ii-5 ; the Tyntinical Keign of Ant'christ, or the lufi.ii-l Po.vcr; iin.l tlij Restoration of the Jews. ' � By GEORGE STANLEY F.ABER, B.D.     : �Vlcarof St ckton-u-jon-Tees. Printed for F. C. and J, l i, Phariri.Kf, Materia Medica, Botany, Che;nis!ry, NariKal History, &c. &c; as employed'in ths present inii;iov:d Stats ef Meriical Science J-but" also a ooi-i.'US Accoimt of the Diseases an.l their Trjatinent, nsree,;b!y to iha Dod-ines of CuUen; .Mtmro, Hunter, Fcrdvce, Crrs'iry," !5cniv,ai, S.aiir.dei;S, Hume, nnd orii.V mod?.--!) Te.icliers in Ed'r.bnrgh and Lun-don, ' To vvhicii is added, a .copious Glossury of obsolete Terms.' E-y ROBERT MORRIS, .M.D. J.-VMKS KENVDUICK, Surgeon, F.!,.S1 ai;dOthers; If is a .sufficient apjlogy for t!u' pubbc.nijn cf a Work of tUis kii'.il to observe,'that nriMeJ'.cal Oiilioiiary, rn an equat sfale, lias been cprnpiU-d fro.-n original s v?dly derived all that was diiemed .alua'ile at ihAt tir.i; of d.iy, frum wiiti.'^gs which, to us, case to be of th: sm.illest utiliv. Nfjtwirlistanding within this last h-ilf century every'br,.n:.i of medical science has been improviivi rh'-s: r.ipidly, sysrc.ns wht'llynevv ; neiv iirr.in..;eiric.iis Of old^-r t.';e r;es; neiv un~ menclatbis ; n^w discoveries, and ev:!n i\c\v diseases, h.v'S been brought to light; whilst the Stud-nt a:id 1'raclioii.i have been left to trace tlKse subjeifs throu^ih innumer.-ibls volumes for v.'ant of that indispensible article in a iT.edical L.b ary, a ii)ii�lionary, in " hicli tlicy may be found, in a narrow compass, treated copioii.sly, or cili.'erwise, a.tcjr.lin,,: to tlirir iin[)orrance, ,iiid capablaof b ing rcs'orted :o by th-: bu-bicht pradirioner on the spur of the ojcision. V','j',>i reg,iii.i to ths executicn of a Work so gre.itly w.inied, t!ie Tditors fnotwilhstanding insinuations t "ih.il piejiuijc; equ.Tlly false and inalicicus), io..k svith confidence 10 th."judgment of the public ; no expence.having been'spired ttr. industry wanted � ta nuke it what it ought, arid is intended to bi, a complete Encyclopcedi.i of Medical Science, emSracirig every objeil that such a plan can be axpe,-led to include. ' , Edinburg.i: Printed for liell .ind Eradfuti-, and Mundell andiion; and s.old in London byThom.is Ojtell, .-Vve-Ma-ria-lan:', Ludgjie-streei. . MR.^?;REENOUGH's lozenges of tolu, wich contain all the softening and neal-ni; virtiifs of thccrlebrared Ii>Vl.S.-\M of '1 OL'U,and are ilie tdea.santest and most elfldual remedy ot the kind in all Coiyhs, Hosrieneases, S ire Thro;its,.and i�eSi;.x:ons on tlie Lungs, healing the Rawness and Soreness of the Breast, and atfoid-ing great, relief in Shortness of Ure.ith, and m .Asthmatic anil CoHiUraptive Cmnplaints; they do not ctoy tlie sioina..h, but rather create aiiappeiite. But as th"! ^reat bsnefit to be drrivctl from them can only be set-jred bv havi;\g ihem Gcn'iuw, the pubhc are rcnnestea toob.^erve, tf-at R. HAY VVARD, No. Jo, Liidgate Hill, is printed on t!ie St.vnp, all ethers are Ceui\te feits. These LOZIi^GES are nreiMted and; sold by R. HAY W/vliD (Successor to T. Greeiiovfgh, tJie Inventor,) No. i-tie^,stittiici>s or weakness ot the jpin|t, r the soreness ct the feet after vio >romoting a proper circular on h ' ytjo statfe. It IS al.si) p.'irticuJa! bl.iti ide, prit cluiW   Put. as a variety of coim' public; which in the names of Di. and M(.'f^wfceiy, are fraudulently are rcqi^fsrd- to busrrve whether the wi No. 45, St. Paul's," bi;ei^||javed>�^|h[^imjnp . preparation must be-spuHoKs;- Sold also liy thcir...appiiihtment by Vcdy ai.d Sutton^ l^ow Church-y^'^l-'i U.-tfon and'Co. No. 150, and j. 'i>Miii)U No. 76, Oxlord-streeti J. Wade, old Btnd-st'eer j aiiT Bayley � ;e 5 W. CLirko, Boroi�b. H|gh-stre� ; and by J, 'Harris, ijccessor to ivtrs: %lvcw-berry, bookseller, at ths cwjtBcrot'Ludjjatftjstr
                            

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