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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 3, 1806, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY, MBRUARY 3; 1806. ppjci 6ti. TftEATRl- ROYAL, DRURY-LANU. IS PRESENT EVENING their Maicjties' -.ervai.t* v!-! ad a new Ope atic Drama, ' caliea THE TRaVELlERS; or Mumc's Kascinati^tt. With eniircly new music, steiiery, macfcinery, Uresses and decoraiioas. "  -With CRPSS KURKOSES, To-morrow. 1 he Schuoi for Friends, and The Sleepuig Beauty.       ,        .    _  , , . 'T'HIS PRESENT EVENING will bs peitoriKed JL   a" Tras� a>:4 \v� talu ti)� li|}i:ay M subjoin if f;jryo>lV"iivf6iW&tion, \ '  A\ e.have the honjnif to be,^most respedlfully,       Lailiesund Gentlemen, '       �omrfailhtu)aud obedient servants. T.HOMAS WliLSH. " '    '-   lOVW ALEX. BANNERMAN. Lotktpn, Jist Jatiuary, j8i?6. i ,  Mr.^Vfclah avu Mr. Uannenhan" haviop;, retired from tlie sei^kepf fhfe E?as6 fiKlia Company more than twoyiar?ago, do not faU within flie rc>;nlations ot the Atl of rlie Jjth of Cirbifge'tHe' Third, or Within'tbe Uyc-Law, .cliaptef 6, I consider their xcs'Rnalion asafasolnte a-"d complete, aiul I -am^ot-opinion tltti" they are r Mons fnt the P/int'ro be engraved from the l>cbt I'lc-ture-o?f the�abbve'subiedV,-;for whtuh they h.jvc ottered a premium of .I'T.VEtHUWdkED 0UJNlias, fn^nr.wh'Ch a iil^fe wiH'be'i^ii'graVdd' Ti^-thfe first styWiofexcctlency. die si*e,�an�l iivthe nianner.of ih9 Death of General WU LI" t, to winch it js amended as a companion. ,  " ' . . CONDLTlOtSS.' .     -fhe pnce.of tlic prints L.t  a each.    Ditto of pnibfs        - j  5 dittoj f!;lf tfn i)e paid thertime of subsf;ribing, and the re-nsiuiuter on (IclrixTynf tfiePrdTt. "I-hciUnnrefiaJaBSiWiU .fid jjfijupulou&ly'dehvcrcdm tlie orderfo;'which ihey are snbscribea. .  ' Siibs'eri^tfofiS rccert&l !�y iv!�sfi. BoytlftU:and, Coi, Cheap� side 1 aiid.,by,vM^ar;i., V.;Nicol, IJookseliers to Ins N - opptjjhtui^it^ offers .ot" .TS . be" lodged ai the following places', accompanied by a liit ot the names of thOj'-* whi> have alri:.itly subscribed, to wit: At the Coutioit Cliaiftber i t.'ie Royal, Ship, Thistle, and Bank of Scoilund'sOtticrs, and at thp Shops of Mt;ssrs.VVil-Ham Aitke�j Aleicandcr Wilson, John Swanstpn, ai-tl c;eors� Lobon,Trougate. Alexander Fctguson, Arsyle^strett, and at the liar of ths 'roiituie Coliie-room, where two of the* Committee will attend diiljr, trmn one tiU throe o'clock. That when the Sabnctiption is ctostd, the Names and the Sums subscribed shall he publishvit. . The Meinhsrs of the Committc- beiiiE fully persiiaded, that the (eehiiKS of tWi Inhabitants ot Glasgow, upuri this me'aucholy octSasion, are iirH'iii unison With flieir own, conceive, that it.^would-beolKrri>ir an insult to tlw.rsetvii-nife;)ts and to th:ir uaderstanduigs, were they to.'lwell (as therrinclinition prompts them 10 do) upon the e.xil'ted merits of the deceased, well knowing how deeply, aiul how.in-delibly; tivey are w>?'aven URon the hearts ofthc-Untish people, and consequently .that any eulogium upon his public charaUter and conduil, would be totally supeiHuoiis, as a measure for p/om6ting the accomplishment of tliis nitenJed tributeof respedt and aitsiiiim, to ths memory of a.man, whose time hasbeen so bentiici.illy empli^yed, aiid whose talents'have be<*n so powerfully itxcried, in ttiC seivlce of his KinK, ntid o( his Country. 'i he'Chaivi�5an is re^.uafst.d to sign these Rpsfilutior.s, and to dirtiSt ihrtt .pu(-.lica\i;-n m tin; I'apers of this City, a; well d� iti the LojJilon CouRir.r,! the A' __gible A, jv)iijtm!.'f�t in the East .Indies, for a young Cehdetrian properlf qnahhed. Partfcdlars may hs known by letters, post paid, ailfiressed to R. S. No 7, (ising-street, Covent Garden- J*Joi'.c will be attended to unless arGcompa-rifAU-vHth real narqetgnd;address, or retsrence jtg 60ii]e house of{i.-gpqjiiaDili,tv iiv'.ondoii. ' f^}' --'-"--: ' f' ACAgTAIN, of^^n Oy R^gimer^ of Infjntry It .lorn iitshesV BxchRFigcfoi.Regiment oi Dr.v iirds, mar^Ofifts,'or Light Dragoons.. sLetter^with Ron-the 1 tu v'.ipMin M H iiM-, Haymarliet, Londrtl. fit Tenns, are requestea to be addressed fpust free) t  be left it' the' liar oP the' O range Coftic- , ..i . iCURl.OUS MARULE. WANTED,. Two -PItces of MARBLE One Fcot Nine Inches Square, or to (brtn a Circle of that Diameter, and Two ant} a,Quarter thick. Any I'erson having such Marble to dispose ot may receive the value of them (and itif uhdelrstoidtlie value may be from '1 hroe Gui-neas tolcnX.uineas.e�ch), by applying to Mr; Olulield, Union-strecft Betkeley-iquare.- '   ^   :     XN^Ui't^ESJREDi-HMAlsLE. " TEN - Yea rs Piirchase-will he- Jinmsdiately gi ven tor Annuities undeniably secufcd'iippu Freehold, Copyhold, or long Leasehold Lstate^i Where the parrie.i have an abso)uteJnte.-est, attd .>n;which {by rc/iion of the pfcssure the tijanes), Money cantv>t be obtained upon Morigaije. Ai;d eight jeafS'purchaSr will hkewise be given for Annuities tor youngX�*e.-, secured on the like property^, or on Money ni the Funds; where the partkshave only a. life interest. In either;case     .......- -.-------......      _ ; Reserve,'ftv Mr. WAJiK-CRj af K0..36, Old Bond-street. .V.      � The Sale will commence ori Mo,voAv,the toth February, at Twelve d'Cicck-tiia rninuto, and continue" the' Eleven fojl-iowtng day*, Sunday excepted. brated OrtordL,________ ognomVi 'With ijoo portraitsV Parliamentary. Repisicr -'and State i'apers,. 108 vo.,l^utn8:j: Chaucard'a JtLip of Germany, Italy, Scc. coloured and uncalouredi-rwithtUtt dcscripiionaj WiUi�(n*'s-54^rtHgmppti5>tijL9.w Casc&^/S vols. ; JEn^yv cIopoKlia Bntan'iica, 20, volumes; ReeJ's' Cyclopedia ; Gio'ie's AntlqlBifiestofiEngland, Wales, 'Scotlautfe artcfj^je. land J New Aynpal JS,egi|ter, 45 vol..Monthly Review Gentleman's Alaj^znjieVcDhipletefTrarn tJwfi'rcamrneniJfmfrtir;' Fourct.oyi's^GhemMtrK,!.J.ohn5on'.ii .Dichoiiary^; .V/urpJw.'s! tacitus, large and smaUJEapsr; Brlti^lt'-Esslyists, wij '4rcK*t m n#y   , *  ^ ^19, Ditto     .    .    ath Oay    �        'r,ie Notice, Thai on Friday Ipe "j/h 'f Feiriiiiy next, lljtv luUi lie rearif to ifctize Tendfrtin ifir.in � (se.M up), �i,dt'-,\,i ftr ONV. HUNDRED tho\ S.\S'D" CAM.UfJS oi Wl.st INDIA RU�l, or of Fi. i '.ub c~?> the Fr'cf shall nit lie. i)i.w!et{ in words .tl /e/'S/h, r-- i/jat iWtl/ tot />e .�ei'"'wied 10 lie liodrd iepite One o'CUck on the jj/;/ Friday the Tll>  tf Ftbru ry next, nor untm ll'e [erson luha makei ihe Teiaei, c� .�iitme �persot oit bis hehntf, altcn.U, to an'fjer tnhejt ca/JsJ fur. 1^;yANTED a CURACY by way of CUNNINGHAM Gla'^gow.igth Jan. 1806. Sun, ami the Star, ORCETT, Chairman. .A t..UWAC'Y. 'Citle for >rt1ir. The Advertiser a Ge'nrleman of FKm-Sy ami indfpender.t foTttiiu-,.anii can give adequate securit}, eiihi-r for serving the Cure Ijratis for one year, or- tor h.otlourable ccniiuit in the transaction, 'f he .advertiser bus beeiv regular, ly brought up at the University of Oxford, an^l h-js evory I'rcessary paper except ri litld. ,\pply, by letter only, 10 X. Y.;at Vf'. Norfis's, Theobahi'i-roail, i I om!.;^iiry A'f a MEE'MNG t^f ihcMALTSTERS residing ii) the town and peifthbourlilicd o^SiirniiUKham, in the county ot Wiffwick, hel:l at Nlr. K l-..\ D^fi l';S I's, the S-,viiir m '. taman-strtvr, in hirminsham, on the ^y^ day of January i8'.i inmittee of 12 persons be appointed from the llody of Maltsters In Birmingiiam, to tepreseni them, who should have full power ti> adt as thev m.ty judge ri);ht tor fijrrhering the intentions of this meefi  and that a 1 reasur-er, .Secretary, and ijolioitor, be also apijoiuted. That Meetings of the Maltsters in -the several market towns in the county, be rccomn^-nded to be held for the .same purpose, and to appoint Coiiimittef and Tre.i�urers in like tniiin i�oint a Committee to frame .such Re�olutiins and-Petnoii as they shall think' proper, ard that-a deputation of two Members from the jCoiinty. Conmmtee, he appninted to meet the l)rleg;ites of the Suffolk and other County Committees m Loddon, for (he purpose of adopting and pursuini; such'measures as may be thought necessary, forcdrrjing tiie intentions ot such mceungintoeHird 'lint Alexander Touest, Esq 5 James Goddinptrn, Esq.; Phimp^tead Lloyd, Esq. ; Mr. I homas Spurritr; Mr. T.noiiias Ddtton ; Mr. John Scofield j Mr. Kich t he public. iAtniy;and Navy :l?a'e!>t.,llcd?, Tables!; an Y. - for .tpmovin^ ,S.UP E;PLV"US TUIRS { ont the^l;ACE, Nl C�., ARlM^I.  ahi iyhiph.!(}ioy,4(5jTw^^^ m�ke.usi? of tlv^ lpreparatwn-,at the Utlvs,j apd^ tlte Turkish. Women are entirets, fie4 f>'>tn whjit jj;^ in everjr coUirtrV|iis!tyton6iiterkst>^wr^^^ This day is piibli-slnrtV, puce 3s. bil; Nw. 111. wiin.11 will complete tlie first Volume,  piiccias. 6ii. 111 hoards, of ARETROSPECT    of    PHILOSOPHICAL - M'tCHAMiCAl., CHEMICAL, and AGRICUL-TURAL DISCOvi;i{ie;�. lire Vtflunic which this Number eo'.nplctes lomis an ahridiiincnl ol th* periodical-i-.nd otiift v\ ork.3,- UiTjIi.haud Fo.roij;n,. published ni the year 1805, relatwiji to Arts amt Sciences, aocomi'iiiiied with, rentalk.-: on rhs nu-riis nr us teels of many ot ihep^ipyr-.;, aiirl in sorpe cas .'i X:-oUsv;II'-'rs. Ot whom may be had, the lirit merits of the Uepertor> of Arts and Ma-nuf.ieture*. price lol. los. ni bo.irds, and the contimiation in MonthJr Nu.Tibr.-rs, f.-rice IS 6d. each. This Day is published, p;ice.i.i. THE L^DltiS' MAGAZINE ; or, enf^rtainiog CcuiDmtoiv for the Fair Sex, appr >i'riatea'Solely 10 their I'sc and Ammemqnt, for January, i8j6: ttnbelhsh-pd with I. a tJcauiifullrontispiecf. a. An el�gant t-ngraved JitleP.igc.' 3, A Viqw ot tins ProcoiSioii by Water, from (�reeiiwichto vVhitehifn, with the. Remains Of thslare I.nrd N(t. :�Mig tlie iJody was a'/out to p3>s the centre .Arch of Ulackfriari' hndge. 4. La-dis m the newest-and most fashionable London Uressis. 5- clfgan: t'atern-i for a Ca v-Crown aqd Bolder. Punted for n. Kobiiison, l'att>rnosier-row. Of wham may be had, The Volume for the \ e.tr iKoj, compete,, price 14s. 61., liaUboitnd. Also, lornier NumD'.rs and Volumes, to complete Sets, at rue o.^.^mal |>rjce, until the 31st D.iv ot Marc:, iitfxt, alter which tlierprica of the early Nuiiiiiers wnl be rai.-ied ro is. each. � *�* Ihe Portrait ol the bte gallant Lord Nelsmi, e,ni;rnv-ed by- Mr. Heiirh, given in ilie Ma.'.h-zine tc>r Pen-mbei It. t, having been greatly atlinir.;cl, the I'ropr etor has pr.,co'ed a Pairrait ot urbrive Allythe Emperor .-X leicaud r ot Kti-.^M. takcii from n .VJin-aliire litely pies^iiied by 111:11 to l.ori! hawkesbury, whic'i i> ens>v)ve,i by .\ir. Ileaih, and will or; >;iven in the .VI.igHZine lor-Febriiaij', wiih the otner i;sual hmbt;lli~hmenis. [�"iiHtisii'-M :li!s )>,iv-, jfjcc is , an.'w l.niti' n, "'Hiil.ARGUMliN'.nS'Cin verse) o,^the.FGXIAD, an Historical Poem, in.'I en llooics, w.th N.icsandk From tke LONO.ONjCAZITTB, FeJ. u � ,    Lord Chafnbetiaiii'iOJJite, Feb. i. Notice is hereby given, tbfit     re 'Will be a Dfawiug-rpom at St. Jamca'si on,fhurj,4^ay la^x', ha 6ih instant. ,, Whilchan, 29. The King ha.? been ple.-.scd to confer tlic hono"r of the       t Honnura.^!� Order of tlic ]'':h I ri f!:,i ' Right'l!cm.V/illi,i:iiE,rl ��i ^:o^[hr^k, R-;Vr. A;1iT>i. ra! of the Red, Hiv.iSir Ritliuru John Str.icli?.n, 6�rr, Rear-Adaiiralof the Blue Squadron of lils Majcst) Fleet.  . � The King has been pleased to grant the'dig- -. nity  of a Baronet  of the United Kingdom of" Great Britain and Ireland to Thoinas Masrcrirotv Hardy, Esq. Captain in the Royal Navy, and t\\(i heirs male of his body lawfull)'b-gattcii. Dotjaniug-strcett Jan. 25. The King has bcetv pleased to appoint the Honourable Lyndsay Boxreil to be, hi* Mnjejty's Seerttary of Legation at the Court of Dresden. /IdmirnJty-O^ce, Fib, r. Copy of a Ic-rter from t!u-Right Hon, L^)tdK?ith, K. R. Admiral Of th.' Wh:te,      to W. MariJen, Esq. datetton   . board the-Edgar, oti Kaaisgate, Jan. 30,; �    v . Srti-I transmit, for their Lordship's information, a cnpy'of a letter fibin Lietit. S'mitbies, co.Dmanding the Uriiiser gun,-vc'isel, to Vice-Admiral HollowHy. reporting the capture of the French lugger privateer L'Inpromptu, one of the enemy's crtiisers, by .which ilie trade in the narrow p.irt of the channel, has of l.,te been much'annoyed.   I h^ive, &c Keith. Ilia Tvlajesty's biig firitiser. Dawns, J-in. jo.   . Sir-have the honour ro acquaint you, for ibe inloriiraiion of the Cosnn-nnJer in Chief,that outstanding close in u'lth the nigh land, near Folkstone, " yesterday rncrmnq; ab"ut two o'clock (being hazy)' a lugger was obscrveu hovering about with an in.' tciit (;is I have be.'ii since informed) to board, but on finding her mi.stoke, and lus Majesty's brig bearing up, made all sail; sh; was capturedaffer a chace o\ seven hours, during v !iich. rhey hove mo.it of tn;.-ir gun-carrii'.gps, stores, and provisions overboard. She proves to be ihe Impromptu French privateer, c.** Doulognc, last from Calais, commaniied by J tqiics Saiivage, with a complement of filty men and iiftei.n gur.s, two only ol which were mounted when cap, tored ; and she is a remarkable fine vtjsic!; and I a.:;-informed, the host saibr from that port ; mu have been a great annoyance to the trade.   L week she captured two brig-!; the Jilary of P�k laden with coals, and tlie Caroline of Yarmouti ^ lavlcn with barley.   I am, &c. T. S-MtTHiEs, Lieut. P.S. On coming np with the. chace, the Combatant, Capt. Kerr, joinf'd company, and took out p.tri: of the prisoners. \ " J ..!, . - Cotivirandet w,UJuftt..oi. Hj4.Ma;�;�t>'s Ships and t.e ill the MeditertaHei tur.dand Detained oy theSliips ard Vesv-lb o-i the Modi;err3iic::n ,->tatioi:, iinder \\w Cox.inai'd of th" RKhr 'rloiii Lutiibeit l.()riderable pa'K t>t tlie hutstutftiiuittev i  3^v)#);t;4v'J ................-"^ km cocoa, &c, c.iptuieu by ih.eDoii--'�.:il,      If v-inb:ir 19, 18 ,, Kaguiiii siiip Ne.ncsis, of 4 i;uas, iS inci, and j;o, to-.is, from tlie (sic i,f .'�r.tr'cc, ^nmxi to i.''R';'>'ii. lad-n vvith iptco, mdig-i. &c. ; dei'iined uv the! huiv.icicr, ..vc N'ov. 25, iSr.^. .-jpani-;.'! Srttee L'.-wiOi-., �.;t ( i;ui'. iJ> ;r,ei', a.nd 54 tori. n .'.1. iljie ; ds.-. ;.iih-.-r io,, �S J. " COLLf.INCWOOD. N. R  The N.i-a-.s's ,'cpc-rt of vesisls detained was not re-ived unt'.l ihi.s ujv. . . For i'a:.kr'o'v,>-,^ etc. sec the last Pa; e ) \iiifru--in  ig. ' tn.- N:i i;d, .jiptv t' HOUSE OF C )M.M().NiS~SAT�.>o.\y, Fss. 1. Mr. G. MILT S gave notice that he u-ould, cit Monday se'nnight movQ, that there sliould be, iaiit betoie the:Koui>i: copie.'i oi t.he Disp.itches receiv d ' from JVlijor-Gcnrr;!] Prevot p,r.d Lord L.-ivingfin, relative to the nttncks mmk some time, since by il-^e Rochehort r.quadtcn: en ihe islands of Ooininica, bi. Kitt's, iiiid Nevis; sr;uing also the cap/.urcs m.il.', and the- losses sustained in cot^sequence of thv^sc attacks.     ,      -   > ,'Mr, ^yALLAGE rv;se, 'he said, to move f^.r :1 c produclitin of certain pai>.'rs-.refi;fring to a, iitti'jyct which-aqi Hon.(^<;ml-'in-�n (,Vlr,..Paun)^ had thoug].{ proper to'bripg under the consideradcn of ilie I^c,i�f. These papers, tKft""'Ri;ght � Hcii.;" Gentrjihan stated, were ' n^cessarv To rciil lht:!;1*li'r|�s-9gaiftt that Noble Marquis.'aija 4Q t^nadie tfe' *j||i\^<��ni��elv, to-uftdcts�ai)d and r^ Lptters add�ss
                            

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