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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 4, 1806, London, Middlesex                                TUESVAY,. FEBRUARY A. 1806. THIS PRESENT EVENING fheir Majejtics', ' Ser�aiJts wiW ad� a new Comecfir tfalled > THE SCHOOL EOR-'*R^&^fOS. .  � f Th^-Charaflers by M/. Eiliston, MiC\y�ugh�on, ^fr^ Barrymore, Mr. Dow�on, Mr. Maihews; Mr. Dorintri Miss p9pe, Mrs. Jofd.iii, Mrs. H, SW�.)ns,iVIiss Mellon. ....AVithTHp SLEEPING BEAUTY. To-tnotrow, TheTraVellers. j with Th^ Citiwn. .TMIvVTfi?- RCjyAL, COVENT-GAaDEN. This PRESENT EVENING trill be perfornied a Traeedv, called ROMEO AND JOLIEJ.  > Wcrcutio, Mr, Lewis j Romeo, Muttr B^ty; Juliet, M.fs Smith.     . . ,   With" V/E FLY BY NIGHT 5" of Long Stori,-s. To-morrow, Love Mak.es a Man, wiih '� Vve F|y by Night, TO PATRONS OF THE DRAM.A.        ~~ This day is publiihed, and distributed gratis by W. Lowndes, Ko. 38, Bedford street, Covent-Garden, ajid may be h�d on sitnilar terms from c^ery Bpofiseller, StaHouer, and >5e\vsman in the United K.ingdon�, .A qATALQG0E of above 8dq dtfFerent PLAYS, ./JL FARCES, aodORAtoRLOS, In all their various AizesuMi��EttiontjL Oavxson, Esq. fe. GAMAGAN is proud to state'that he is rlie only Professional Sciilptor who ever^'*;;? honotired by ngs from the magn.(nimous Lord NELSuN, for a Dust, 5of w.liicb miy he hai at iba Artists, No. jj IJentinck-street, Bervvick-^treet, Soho; aivl no vvhete else, price One Guinea; or tlifc Sizs ofl^if^ fhrje Guiikis, {to bcpjid for on ^elivery)^:' L,. Gahaganb-lieyeshitiisalf 'lie only Sculptor who ever was honoured with Si-tin);!! fromlhe RiRlit-Hlin. Wl LM AM I*! I T, and will publish his Bust of that dibtingdiphid Uha-raderib about Three Weeks. MODERN DANCING privately taught by Mr. ALLEN; at No; 19, Slierrard-streeti Goiden-slquare, and No. i , I'tedt Alie-stieet, Gnwliiian'sFields, on plaiM expressly fotnietl fpr Ladies and Ge.it Iwjien of any �gc who hav^ never leariif that accomi)lishme.'.t, or h't in he present fashion, i'iid ^bose age or ratik make ir an object o learn perjedly private;   And Foreignersi .Olficcrs, or 1^ t country residents to "whom time is anl oSject.'expediiidusly eoirtpleted.     Young Ladies and Gentlemen aUo timler fourt?en, not -e-juirini! private lessons; taught �t these Acadajjiies tor C?iie Liuinea per .(^uart^r^ o^ Scho/l vacation. This {lanparjt. cuiatljf interests I'areUvts and Cu3rdi2>s of yo�'ih wantinj; eenteei aciii ..... iew dancer; Families attenatU. -Ludies a:'.d yoiing Ptutcsiors in.>iti;-clcd. how to teach.       .      ;      ,   �     ,  ;-   -       , .        , FlVEVHOUSANni P>UiND3. NOBLEMEN and Gentlemen possestfng Irtcom-s arising from Fiecliold Estate*, Church Li�iii^s, Marriage Settlem^nis', er any oihi;r Propsrty, and those lilvin.n Personal Security only to oiliff, m'ly. accjmiuj latcl with the whole, orauy p.ttt of theabjvs Sum, on liberal l'i;riTi3, no personal application will be received. ALL PRICES AND NO BLANKS! i.!. . .Until dHer the *7th February. TBISH, Gontractor for the: present Grand Lot. . tery, reiiiinds liis friends that every 1 itkct drj*n from now till the iBth of February, will be all rRlitliS trCTn 2al. to Joiodil. therefore those who purchase immc-diatsly, if. ' ' ... � IMPOSSIBLE TO LOSE. And il their Tickets are not drawn Capital Priies iri the first ii);.iance, they may change them [witbout my addition i'. ex- ici ce) for Undrawn Tickets or Share-, to obtain ttu nu-irurous Capihr Prizes with which tiie Wheel abounds. Tne Hrstdravvn Ticket oii the f ojrth Day cannot Ds less. ^'^TWCNTY THOUSAND AND TWENTY-TWO POUND-i, andmaybemwe.  Tickets and Shares, whilst any remiirt, jnay be had at both his old established O (rices, V0.4, CORNHILL, andNo. J, dlAftlNG CROSS, \� are the hst 3o,oool. and the two last 2o,o:ol. Prizes, ever dr vwii, were Sliated at.d Sold. FRIDAY N EX t will be the SE.OND PI.AY. : HEALTI-TAND'EI-HGANCE. -THE   PUJUIC   UNDECEIVED.        �>�, ' By His MAJESTY'S Royal LETl ERS PATENT. AS Scieiicc,- guided truth, is the basis on which cvjry proies�ionalchi>railer ought to aCl^M. VISTIRIN; No. X, Uppjv Jim^rsStreet, Goiden-souate, S n ot joltn Vistirm, late ol Cliltbrdrstreet, and Ngw fioml-str ct, continues to CUKE with unlimilerf success, all DE-'J^ORMITIES to which,the anatomical ;fonn is silijed, wit.iourthe_assisianceofiron, steel, or'any otlter inijul. 11-ic:.i!-ns his sincere tlunk-s to those Gentleman ot ilie facUv w:ij hi'0 hitherto su hoerally patroni/.c.i linn, t.-  -^.k-u!!) ini-urmlngtheln hisap;>l.cattonaitd ttemn-m cnnniues tor ...ih^ir inspjttion.evjry ivjonday, between tlu' hours of elevojj aid tbur;-and at thiTsam.: time begs leav;: t.> obicrv?, Ins ahU lities^are grounded on �� extensiy.: piadlice, and that Ins ta-' ther's methods were inculcated �t an early age^ on wliich he his extensivelyimpruved bvthc addUoieiiand constant study ot anatotjijr. M. Vi>tiiin challenges the United iCingdoijjy, a'.d will give otrft hundred pounds lb any personVViU) shall produce a b.tter method of curing all /Uto'mincs 10 wliicli ills human litidyiasubj -.tX without the iikipnie assisianeeot iriet.ils, to be decided by tiuFacitUy. tbign.-aj       M. VISTIRIV. ThisaSthdjy .Ian. i8.^6 ' "    ' .^HCivtth promoted, ad'�is;oij of thslmig; prevent'd, and tlie shape ut t|ie anatom.cal le nalc orui pVe>e(viidvvilii ease and flegjute, andin tlu most gr fioi'n five to seven years of ajys, at J^,%  5 �     . Onto from seven to ten; lit � 6  0  o . i'lttofromtentolourtetu.at     - ,,77 o l>tiio Irom fourteen to twenty, and upwards      .-    . � at'         � � � . :� 9  9' o      � Aiidfive handred jjjuineus forleiiea, if'n def-rnmty makes r.s .ftppcatikhcs, unless tlicie is a scropmsl'uualfcCiliuii. � Jjonie singul4r cases of cure will, witn ,the peruiisiion of. 'ii� itariitfs, shortly be Irfid ojfote ilw p'ul^lic. Letters ad-duiiiil (post paid), attended lb,   '  ' iKlf^t'it, ni>h:ty liuys afitf fint^. N.$. No fendfi-/'or a leu qii^intily ikin Tin "thousand G.;l-Ions tuiU be luUMtled.. The CeiiJ'iliom of )he Coiiiaci fnuy i'e leen at I fie Secretary''s �" . . No regjrdwiU!'^ hjJto any Teiitr in'.vh'cijibs Prlct shall nil be inserted in luoidi il le/ipiii, nr tlJiil sb^ll jjot be iUti-uei-ed to the U0.irdiefoie. O.te o'CUci on the said Fiidjy the lib cf Peiru ry next, nor tihleKrcit;su and upwards'will ^bftjjia.yeo �i,iioiii' Sii;i)^e L^v^es^. icdeerniabie -at'Option.-iMr., ROBE RTS Gin al Aaj's RiV� a direiil'aniwfr t j the title of Sectii'ities Oflered, amCtfie eispetices atte^rding them, wh.iili prevents th'? disagreeable exposnreof persons alKiirs, which must always attend the tte^otiat'oiis of those who ate Igiiu^ rant of the praiiicaf part.   Personalapplicatians, or.by I t-t�r (iipst-paid), at his b^use, No. is, Cecil street, "Stran.i, are daily attended to. .        , . This Day il! published, price's"!. AN improvca. MEJ'HOD of treating STRICTURES ot the urethra. .By THOMAS WHAIEI.Y,  Member of ih2 Roy-il Co)l.-'g3 of Surgeons, London.. The-Seconl Editi'ih. Printed for. J. Johnson,' St. Paul's Church ynrd ;  }-Hatchard, Piecjrtilly ; and J. Callow, Crowii-c jurt, Solio. . 1 '   .        liy the s'lrris .Aiitiiorj.     \ . i; Cases of two extrdurdiua'y Poivpl, removed Irrnti the N ufetl and uiicBl^ure r; witli thedciicriptionS; Willi.iiiis's Abridgment of L.i',v Ciis'es>  |icedi.r; Grose's Antiquities of Er.gla.udi VVaks, Soitland, and Ise-^ land s New..'Annual Register,, z, vol. ; iVionthly Review ,in J Gentleiiiiin's'Magazin'", comiil.'fefrom theircotinnencii'neiUi Fovtrcrny's Chemistry 5 Johnson's Ditlio i.iry ;. Murphy's 'r,)citus, lareaand 9th ill Pap'-'r ; British Essayists, 45 v:;I, ; l.i'.'^Hvillc's Atlas, Naval Chronitlt, complete, with a^o I'lates, iic Sec. .. .To be viewed tW5 D.iys prec-dinjrtlie Sale, and Cat'ilogues then had of Mr. 'it.icktiile. No. 181, i'iccaililly ; and Alt. VValk.fr, rateni'ister-row, price die ShiHiiig. G KAND LOT'V ER Y yi'STi'i ' o is ;,i30 I'iiit-df^Tickets la --r-li; 00 � T'ek^ts 00 I-;.0.0 ' � 6 0,1 H.coo 10 a JO � 6 000 � i i ',-'.0 . o.-.o . Part oK the -ihtive C:r f'-^t-d a.Mi Tii-tii ist :'iv Uifo     -     - Day � ii-o - � - 6t.t Diiy-�     ').-'n     -      . .    7ti  ' i't ' l^'ito . i.ov'V O.iy     -        . l''ck'.';a and Shares arc telling at e'very L'c;nsedi Lottery Present Price of a ' icket   . -      ryi. tC'-'^r-o 2o,Jo6 Half -  - ro . O'nil-Tr   - 3s Zi. O.I. -o.d. ! ivi,!hth -.Siiieen h 2'!. il. IZJ. fit!. oL o J'nii-Tr   . z s eiitit!e.ito ail. eacli, besides their clianvje ot tli': ket I'aijiials. This dav is publis'.ied, pr-ice 4s. f>'l. boards, T^HS PRACTICE of the COMMiaiilONERS, .1 A s S E .S O l< S. S U RV H YO R S, 3*1(1 otlier O I'I' IC E i >l';s. SEDT.'VXES; including a CorreM anylyticd .�^'brickjin'.-nt of several statutes passed in the 43d aiul 45ih years of the reign Cour'a^s m whith the Acts are to be earrie.! into execution. Ilv THOMAS WALTER WiLLlAMS, Esq. Of the Inner Temple, Lonaon, Barrister at Law j Author of the wliole Law relative to the Duty and Oiijcc ol a Justice of the Peace. Printed for R. Pheney, Law B.oksclter, Inner Temple-lane. Fleet-street. I-��.ICS Ct), This day is publisheif, inonevrdiime, nctivu, price 7s. in boards a .Second Edition, with C;)rr;dlions and Urge Addition-, of   . ' SERjVlor^;S.   By JOHN .MACKEN^JE, D. D. Mii.istarof Ponpatiicki, and one ijf his\>l;.jesJj's ,Cl'a',lanis in Ordinary in Scitla id. Printed fur T. CadclrandW.lJavjei^ Strand,   .. This diy is puHjishe Ij ekgantly print  al Pdfier : THE STRANGER in, FRANCE; or, a Tour tronj Devonshire to Paris.   lllusrraiei' R. r. SCOTT, A.M. Professor b!" Mo'hi Pliiloioiiliy    tlie University and' King's ('oU.'gc, Abcritf-en. Pr.iTcd fjrT. Ca (ell and W. D'avtea, Str.ind : A. Con-.jt.'ibic an'.l ( o. .Ed ribin^h ;, and sold by Ar.gU!, iind Son, A. Brown, Hiiil J . I'lirntti, .\beidfcan. This ddj ispub-is^ci, in f.vo volntncs, pticc us. in bo.itds, a iii'v.'cvlitiOoj hei'ig the lbird, r.f HJNT3 toWiirds forming the CHARACTER of .�a YdUNG-Pi^lNt-'E.sS. '.� I'.'intetl for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Suir.d. �(If wlmm may also be had,      , I, Striiliir'^'; onthe Mjile n Sjstent of i'enalj Edu.Tat'pn, with a vic�v of the priiici|ilf?-i ami t i�aln.^^, "cli efiy intended f>r Young Pcrson-i Th�: Subje.:t': taken from the Bible ; by tl.c sii.ie; i.;rh eiti-tlon, .'Vj.m ti: ards 3. file V.'oiks of flannah M.ore; Iiandsornely printed in 8 V. Is, al.      ill boaids. ' " noii'iivthe entertainment they mayreip from  The S|ratnier^ "in', rinco' but they .form ^ Vt�ry mt'liisi'lerable parr, flie author every whe*oadvancing oriijnijiianccdqtcs'w.aUcts,' to illustrate the manners ot tfti-people."      . -   ,,, .      , - Anti-jacobhvReviewt'C)�.-ai!d N>v coiitiht!C :Ba.j Vtitude.df hi�.eootntry*�" bo'ih"p{i^ military Ot^U jHi)Mi. ciil. i�iiit, ofviftv?.^ /Is .{I soItjjcV, ^he?e could not "i e ivQ  opiJiiOns on      merits''of^.LonT C�rnwallis. Itmighibfi truly sa ros}>eritf evcudcprivo.lhini-bf ilie moi.litafton, lor-:.b�arance, and gener. Sit.}; by .-j^^hiclj'he wii| .Hiaiwii giiishi^d, .sc>. no aJ^yf^^'K et-'wb/ought hii\n.lnary ri.'f^otation JiOto.disrepute, or* e.'ien'au.spWqn.. ,Coi*V sideretj in a" political, cSjj.lcu^'.'itvv.is his pecuh r aisc'thut". hc.parricvl to .fjciluT ^'^art oi Uie woj| tViC iwv r^r-L-at pfi.iciples cri   ^ wli)ch.our"ov^n .'ie'.urity,Hnil in.T�p;n.lence wrreesta-     � blirdiedv nJim':iy,. fi:ure itself, .nor.to his can:l,i.il in the ne,jr:t.iitions which tentfinated in I'le l.ist pease (.t pe.'c: >,.ir;i5\tQncd by garlia'nen', an.' which perhiips gave to the snccijs-sors of thi pre'-i^nt Aibnn-.istration b j-roof of how lit. tie, or how innch iiiiglir be done, by p icific .-licasurcs), ,v;ould ihe Housij, Jtii su,ipo nt.s were consecrated to the s'irvice of his '^ountiy, and during the' short period of h-ispneicnce ill Lidi.i, he laid the fo'jn.^arioD ot a policy, which prcT.iies ro convert ' the glory of vij^^ory into solid. :ind permanent advantage.   Were the Noble M.rq>tis le,s3 entitled to the gratitude of the HoUie furl.is public virtues, he should hi but iU (qualified to r^coiiime.nd his m?-. mory to thi-ir attention. Tieshould be. indeed but ill adapted to the nndcrU'-king, were, he coitipellfed to dwell On his p-.;r30'ial ch.iractcr,hii judgment of which, fV.-m the regard wlyich He rhad ever be:�n hpnoureil with by' :hi.ai,  intist of necfti'sity be partial J hut' i!-.is y/as  uimcessary,  and it was for his   puh.ic priii'jip'es and conduct aloiit; that he cl.iirivd f'f Lord CoK->'^-vi-,Lisrhd honours which wtre.so j'Js'ily his du?.   '1 he present must^be.deemed a p'criod of extra-.'.rdinary public caiamity, if the de*   -priviation of talants.which tl)c country had-sustained were considered ; without wishing to assert any thing injurious f.i the teclings of tht Gentlemen opposite. Of witht^.tt dcrosjating in the le.ist from ihe.meritsof tho.se who yet existed, it nvlght be fairly said, that the annals of Groat jJritain could not furnish tliree names m re distinguished f ~r bnlliant and serviceable abilities and virtue, than the three great men whose I0.ss-in such rapid succession the coamry were to this moment d-w'pbrjiig.   To the memory of two of tliose reicrcd iiklividuaJs Parliament had expressed t!ie nati^mal gratitude; that the- House :nigh.t not be wanting in tlie third and last instance, he sh'3uli move- " That an humble Address be prestnted "to his Majesty, de-'^lring that his Majesty would be gfaci-nusly pleased to give (iireciions for a monument to be erected in the Caiiiedral Church of St, P.'iul, to . the memory of the Most Noble Chab.li> Marq'iis CoRNW.Atf.is, late Goitrnor-GeOeral-of Eengai, in memo:'y ot his high and iinblenriished character, his long and eminent services, and the z^aJ a.^d devotion with which the last mon^ents of his life were employed ip securing the interest, and honour of his country." . Mr,' C. GRANT seconded the .'option, but in sa low a tone of voice th.Ht we can state "nothing,, bt;c that Rc enumerated the diifjrent a.iTis of Lord Corn. : waUis's government in India, aixl; dwelt with considerable emphasis of praise, on the security which l)e had afforded ro the pro-^wrty of the .lati ves. - Mr. FRANCIS declared, that in his opinion the motion must be in unison with the feelings of every man in the \iouse and in the country. Among the matiy motivtf by vvhich he was influenced in giving hi-t hearty assent- tq ir� was pers{>n3l gratitude ; for ihe plans on which the Noble Marquis had a^ed in securing to the. natiw� their-prcp,>erty, \were recommended by;hiro (Mir. Francis), to the Ctwrt of Di, teSiats .lome years ago. In doii>g hotwrur, therefore, tq the Nob.lc- Marquis, he waa A)ing honour to himi self; {a lauoffj. With regard to the sacrifice which the;N h^id*tiU irf thii'arms of  vic^tory. It.vAis the busihess awf v the. duty of the House to repair, ai far as v'aspoisiblcR'this^ error of fi&itune, by decreeing �lohiVin(>inflry"{*ie w!ii^c.iU>' '^.:!^--      . Mr.-WILffliftFORCE iaiBT/that 4I * comptetcly iina(\v|nBls �f rhemorion as his rriei)vU'ti,e wis^rft^Ty' ready to testify Iv th;tnks fyr ilitf jpublig service of ihc" illus   

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