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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                No. Wednesday, february 5, 18O6. ^ iiheatre RMVAL,.IJRURY.LANI:. "t^MlS PRESENT EyE^3IKG ihcir Maienits' ..5. and , The 4>riric5pal charatters b^' Messrs. HI'wton, Oraliiiin, Johnstone, NUtthews, Uowton,'ami Batmisiei'; Mis, fo�veil, AJrs-Mountain, M.rs. BlamI; and SiiWnia Storace. With tHi: ClTIZtN. 0)d Phllpot, Mr. Mathews j -Younsf Phllpot, Mr. IJan-liiirter; Maria (with a Sone},ivlijs Duncan.- lloiifiorrow'rheTtavellers, With 'Ih^ Weathei'c6.k. TMEitkp RorAt, C().veni'. j}if�fl(fl| tJie characUr of .    / ,    w'l'- " ii>rii"�i!r. iftv^jViitjij^WitiiifMiiiiii: PUlXfe MfcO \i.S. A  COLD MEDAL  ivices on the other (to be itrptk tor the jnnposeJ>is lil-n-d tor the bfe!>t Poetical Cfiusioi) on thif Death ot.1.001, lelson, . . - '     ' ..  A SILVER MEDAL,, stmilar to the above, wiU be given tor the *i:cond best prodrtt^jott. . rhoPoeinsiiiaybe writteirtithet in tttr'JBoglwh or tatin I.itnj;\ia)ie* ; they mnst/consist of rmt le�> ttian'iive hutvjred )in�S, and Cont^n) a bio{;raphic:|l sketch of this ii;v�r-�Nb*> luiflf�fed:Hrro, enuinfratinx UKsiWnal anions in which has been persunnliy en^td, |ia^icii)arly &|X-cilyinf| thu�e ill v\hiclr by his vktone.he hasaiVlefl Klory to his country. The Essays ta be sctit, sealed, Wftirt the 4th of J uiie next, free of postage, to Mr. Jei.k:ns, Oalnbrian PrintuiK Ofcce, Sviaiiseaf eacli to tAiMim ianoltti. ',9ud to b; accoui^ianied ^�h a scaled note, havini; adupltctiteof th^samenibttOi and, if the caiididate tiilnks proper, jMs name and abode..'� The merits of the Picins Wilt be fl^ermined by three or more eompctent judges, and therhoftbs oc uaiiie^of thetiuc> cjssfol candidates be �publ'.ulxjRhouiicsd. 'i he Pieces to be at the  onor.   : , "lUy, Ha #HiT6 jHAkT.WN, CRAVES EN O,  ' SARAFf^ WTT iibeity t> inform her r riends and the^PmiJIUic (in doitsei)ttcitc* of .ttl^Ueceaie of her lure Husbtnd) th^v<&� earrie� oti the DiMincss of rhi above House. IrwiltM^AcirJHiidr, ^Iw&fU k bs her interest, tu ie"u twrefor^ V^rirtrnes ti> assure them thit Articles of the tirst Quality shall be fmind at the VV'hite Hart, aiKi that the best Accorq-....od.HpnandA�eatfan|^,g{^^^^ ANNl)J:iIES UtOfelU�Altl7^^^^^T^^ TEN X^n Pfitcbare wiir bejdiiife^ ^Iveit f(>r AnnuiUes^iirhdiiiiBhl/stilted tttteti^^)^^ ho!d,or lonjrfcta�fehoM Estate*, whfi� tllci �artwer'of redfunihg the . Mn�e.-Vppfy personally* or by leitW, to Mr. King, at hi* hoH'Ct.ii,;i�h siree)i'Adelphi. V V . Api)oint;m�T>turlderile experieiice in .MercamiJe A fry rs in SeCitlanii; will Id prefer a Place vvhere there is occasii^ifor aflive Em-ploynifttt, aiid if liece.sSary, ample Secu itf can he brought t:jr�vard fqr his Iritr'niiiSsionSi ^hc stiiOest secfetyand Iio-ou^mav be dependeil'on. Any I;ett6��,,t>iist paid, ad-rfrt-i-wd to Mr. T, at the ConitiuirOtricfr, will be duly at- To OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, CAI't'AlMS of SHIPS, IRIV.\TE GENtLEMfg'jr, GAIMES, No,.53, St, Paul's Cftotch-yanl, has a Stock t6 .Supply any Ortler tor home or fr>rei)?n de*; ni iqhert from theblily P^^ffc^!a^tl^artb  in'Town, �f PO R:T.4VI.E D6SKS, wliich contain a display of every j^rticle necesiary to. Writi'iK,^ IfreSsing; DrawPng, 4c(t. ready fir use. 'Ihev are of seasoned VVopd, tried and approved for Vovagesand for Foreigners. Me has Desks with and with-out Copyfng-iViaehihes. The Machine, wirh easy turn of it Lever, iHpdpces'ip a momentaiCopy of tour Pages of Ma- liases. PECATNIARV ACCOMMODATION. T ADiES. -    .   - X�l-Suhi �es>if v of heir comiii); to town; cdnntrymrinhfkturers'who wish to dispose of flicir goods, by put(H�fj!:tle, by consignini; thenrt� may draw at sight for a reisotiatsle advance. Noblemen or l�Ie  discoutt'eil hbcrally, and with the v^most secrecy and dispatch. Letters (w>.st pai.l), froin town and e>untry, dired.^a tor ^^esssr'�. lllair and i.'o. No. 9, War-wlek-street, Goldtn-sti_mre, will hit attended to. TO BOOK-SJiLLERS. PRINTKKS, and. iJOOK. -   . BtNPEKS. To hi SOLD, or Ixt on a l.ta-ic tor a term of Years,  A, N ELIGIBLE and Parttciilariy Convenifnt XJL Freehbid Dwelling House, with a large and elegant Shop, froBiiiiJe, and beiiiK iivtbe v^ry first gitiatiou'tortrade, in a popuioii?^afket Town, where the abov� husine.'iiies iiavc b�en. extensively carried on tor upwards of thirty years, and now in fiiU jrddc.  The Printing Oifiueia epatious, con-t'cni'us to the Pr ;niscs, and well calculated 'or \vholesale w.vk J also a good garden betwi.xt,-which.might at any time bebuilt upon. A hausLiQine premium will beexpc(3ed, arid, tire Fixtures Bni Stock in Trade (entirely modern) taketi ai a- fair appraise- N.B, ThePurchasermay (if reqiiit�l) have 7o��!. remain on ccuriryofthe l-rennsjs.' Enqvire, letters post paid, of Messrs. Green and Uichards, 'ews Office, No. 5, Bear-yard, Cla'c Market, lood-n).. thfttAT)IES.-^BAGAZET's OMENTAL ^ DEPILATORY, far removing SUPEK.F,Ll/ cratiOa(�o as not to irritate even the delicate $kin of an iiif  �ii-ue, the Ladies, wlioare delicajc in the extreme; not tosiiffera singleJiaif to remain which Jhey conceive iriegnlar or intrii-stve, make use of this preparation at. the baths ; and the �iu.ki.sh vVoincn arj entirely free from what 13vin'every country jiiMly c(in�u\;red so great a btemish 10 female beau' tv. Ir is likewise empluy�<^ by the men tj ((ive unilbrinity and shape to their Mui'tachios, &c.      * - ' N. B. Observe thatMch Bottleis-closoljf sealed up, and Admiralty OFUCE, January i/. 1806. '�r-T-" Mnfia/tj-'jf Bng/       ___       .....,____________,......_ Bailey, London, on'l�illB.^Y, the Virh o.f February nexr, at Eigijt o'CUek in the Mi, iihig.        . W M. M A K S D E N KL-'UCAI-liiN. AGENTLEiMAN who is Propriefor of an rs-tablished Pl.ice of Kdiication near Town of the fiist .Kespect .bility a m otherde5irat>te views, which Will beestpl sined. Prii.ciplcs who can conv man J or g've scciiriiy tor a .Sum beti.veen On? and Two Thousand Pound>, would fi:>d this Propo.al elii^ibre in mainy rc-spcels. Please to (lirccl to A.U.C. at Mr. Clem^nrs, No. ^31, Strand.  ' ' v SPRING e^'l'TLE S,H(fW,.t�o6, t'HE miK&'^AT4-LB SHOW ^iU be hcM X at tMXO�\S REI'OSiroRY, hAKHlCAN, on M^n-'lay and 1�Ue�iml all .ltook.�''llrr�..        - /WiEIU>y REVIEW OF BO0tfe;5. t; ftft bo eSSfpiaefl 1.' Eight WeeTcfy Nuoifi^j, Trxe � � ^ �.6d eaah>of-v' : T�HE ANNtJAL REVIEW, and History of 1 ^ Litei^dture for 18?;. A. AllvlN, EdVt r. i  3 rei^peuiible and est ferJBce in the Library. _       AN ENTIRE NEW WORK, With 50 or more Elegant lingraviiii^s. OnSaturda) n xt will bep"blished, Nos. I. to XXV, price '  IS. edi eash, to be C'jmplete'd in ;6 Numbt^rs, ^nb-lislieil Weekly, foruiing'two large handsoincV'olunies in nrH� EDINBURGH MEDICAL and PHY. x iIC.\L DICTIONARY, cjntainiiign.iitonly an Ex. pUiiatioti of the Terms ot Art used in An.itoiny, Physioto}iy, Pathology, '1 lierapcuncs. Surgery, Midwifery, PharitBcy, Materia Medica, Botany, Chemsrty, Narural liistoryy'&c. iec. aseniployeii in the present iniprov-d State of Medical Sci.nce; out alsoaoopious Account of rhe tlisea:;es and their TrcSiMnent, agreeably to the DoClriiies of Cullen. Monro, HuiUor, Ford> ce, Greg iry, Denman, Saunders, Home, and other modern .Teachers m Edinburgh and Lofi. don.  To which is addcdj a copious Glossary of obsolete llrRO B E RT MO R R1S, M. D. J A M E S K BN DR1CK, Surgeon, F.!..'J, and Others. , It ii a sufficient apology for the publication of a Work �l thiskind to observe, that no Metfical Oidionary, onan eipial scale, has been compiled from original s.iurces, since that of Dr.*loiherbyr which, to much tnat was borrowed from his almost obs dctc predrcessors in thesime pursuit, avowedly derived all that was deemed valuable at that time of dair, fivin writing.s which, to us, cease tobeof thesmatlestutiliiy, Nntwiihstaniling within this last half centu:y ev*ry branch of medical science has been impiovinK mos rapidly, system* wholly new; new.irrangeineitts ot old.-r theoriesj aHm nth-nicilclatiws; n- � di^coveiir-s, ar.d even 1 c\y diseases, have hern brought tu light; whilst the biurted to by thel>it-siest practirioner on the .spur of the occasion. With rrcard t.);thc execution Of a Work so greatly wanted,, the Edl'ora (pQtwirhstaiuling insinuations ti'thrir piejudic: equally false ahd malicious), fotk. with confideilce to the judgment of the t^iiblic; no expence having beeh spared or mdu�try wanted tomak�:it.what it ohght, and is intended to b a ot- Medical' Science, embrachiK ev�ry-object that such a plan canbe expeile.1 to include. ' " Edlnburgii Printed for Bell and l|Jr�i*fHte, and Mtinicll and Son; and sold Letiaoaby TbooMS Ottetl^' Ave-Ma-fi4.1�rie, LudjaK-strcet. TVns Day W.1S puhliihfit, prce IS 61.. ;, THE U EMON.b'l'A NCKK. REMONSTR ATED W ri'H, or swe Obsc-rvati ns suggested by the r''r sal of a CoMplef, and t'le Note attJcb�f to it in Mr^SHEli's Rhymes on Arts, or the Reinonsiraiice ota Painter. By W. H. WAITS. " Dat veniam corvis, vBXat censura cohimbas." Juv Sat. 4. Printed f>r W, Miller, Alhetra'le-ttreet Bl l.l.S OF IXCIUNG B TA'iI.hS, price 5s. in hoi.n'.s, sold at Mwrs. Rich:nds >n's, Cwnh II ; Ri i auld?r,I5ond-nr'-et, and most otlir-r hifksellets in l; ILLS of EXCHANGE TABLES, exhibiting at ons view-where any Kill of Fxchaiige or Prnmissiiy Note will fall due for any day of the Year, drawn or accented at the usnal perioils, yi*. from i M 100 d.iys d.ite, at sij it; t to ij wrek.^; and 1 to ^^ months diito; particnlar!y caU cuUted for the conVeirencts of Bankers, Mcrchfrnx, and Traders,, ad tss-ntirtllrnecessiiry for ever/descrptinn of Persons �ri9 may liave 0caN* V,M >acce�t Tfi�^T�b1Ss Wfr i�teWdl alt pudsibtfiry oferw in tJi- ma-king of Bills,   To every persfo tvho wish s to be pUucfu-.l in the payment o' Bills, the above I'ltbles will- be tomid *x-trfmely nsjiiil, and have lii-'t with the approbation of sbiiie ot tiie tir.-t Baiikets.ind Merehants-in London. By a GENTLEMAN of conshlsr.iblepractice in Bills of KxchanKC. On thesot^of l'et>ruaty will bfr puhhsh^-d. In two vols. R lyal Q.urto, ele^sontly printed by Ualiantyne, THE WORKS of SALLUST. To which are p-efixed. Two Essays on the Lifr, Literary Ch^riftV r, and Wriiings ot th- Historian ; With Nn 01 iiis imagery, and has shewn hiiriselt not dsstitufc ofgenins*  Aiiti-Jc bin Review. ' Tliis is a Poem of Cfn^derahle tri'irit, on an interes'i 'g them;. ItiCWsisiK of ix  Oeimediioiis. tracing the fatal c^nnettion of Maria and Lorenzo, froiri their first ifircrview t& tho death of th.'. latter.' Eclectic Review.  In the firsledition, the P'''om of the Sbrrrnyi of Srduc-tioi, w,is only in Six Deineations, but in the preseiu the auf'or lias ridded two fn>ie - A tew cop.eaoftifis hemvi''nl Work, m�y be had, with the PfiiiM jjrinted m ccljurs, prics. 6d.iRbo�(ds; T''!�fli' iipri-i'i.-.l.pre- '.-.6'. 'T^HR travi:llers ; ,a., dim-ra ric dRa; �ri�i''e of t'C Music and "^CtO rv ; a, lir-'Vlio e i- iifr)'!'" i >� at t!;is ti-ne tn ovdeflnvT.g Hous-s, at tSij rilEAt'KB bOYAL, DRUKYLAN!-: !'y A. CUKRRV. Ks^. Pti'ntfd for KichHrd Phjilips No b  l>'i i�  sT'ct. "> ,!r, fiiars; and vUl bv li. i).,Syninnd-., Pa'crnystcJr-row ; Cori ker and so!>, Uii!>ie;l-!itrett J aiul by all liod'selU'ii.  eh;i'l,'"y tli'sait-e Aii�hor, ' Th-.Tiiirte.-mh Ldiil>n ot t.ie SOl.UlhRV UaUGv-I-TER, pr'ce i .:i""-i tMMii .'iiy o li�rr '.V rk "f liK'k jid, a c also wh iij) .mmK of o�!- I'.uodied Woiiil Lufs, jiricr 7s. hound, THK ELEMENlSdf LAND SURVEYING^. Ill alt ir.s Br.Aicih:s4 praeSically adapted to Tbeose'cf Schools ami Stnd iir^,; aTid, incltid'n;; Ptadical Gcoaictnr t "rri^ .noflwrfly ; I.aiiil Mcnifiopi by the Chain, Plane Ta, ble, ThendQlitif, ami other Instruments ; thccrttirc PMdlce of Hitly Ground; tlK Division of Land; Ploriing and Msppirg; |llll^tr'ltea by In^hlv-b lisli'd  tilRrnviRg>,-pl�ft and Coloured ; compiet,: Tables ol bines und Tangents, Loga. rithtns; it. &c., &Ci By ABRAHAM CROCfCER; Land Surveyor otFrome, in Soinetss-tshire; The o^Jccl of tiio Auihor otthjs Work has treen to produce a pradical Sy-tem of L;nd Surveying; r>.>rresp;!nding m scientifioarraiigoment and perspicuity with Mi-.B"rtnvca.sjle*s well-kno^vn Ny^temol Mersiiration. Every Rule and Case t trated xvith nomerotis hxa.nples and li>eri'Mes tor ihe use of'I eachers and �undents; and an ifunsual exp-nce has been incur-etf to produce such Engravings, pliin and cclour-ed, as sh >uld completely instruct -he yo un; Surveyor in the important ait ol cot red and elegant Drawine; I'rinteilf.r-Richard Phillips, No 6, Hridpe-street, Blacfr. friars ; andto be'liad of all Booksellers in the United KiVig-dom.'   .   �      /  .   '   ' -. '  � � SALE of |tin)K,*,AJAl'-;, and i'RlN f.s,. ACATALOGUE of Rare and Val-jaHle BOOKS, Antient and Modern, msny of them els-gantlv Ijounit, in varif'us Languages, {incliiiiini; tj)c i-itirary ota Gentleman If^ving Town,J the Pr-jperty or Jot-.ii' ."lidc^c. dale; whch will be Solil ^y Audi n, wVrl-out Reserve, by .Mr. Walker, ar N.�. j6, Ola Bond str.et. ' The'Sale will comm'^nce on iVhmo.vY, the loth tehfnary; at'J'welveirC'ricl? roa''niniite, and continue tlie Eieve.'i tol-lowtne days, iJuiiday excepted.   . - Ainon.'si mJiiiv oiher v.iUia'Jls Bo--ks are .TJogarth's celebrated Kngravinjjs, pioof impr.sj-ions, Dr. Jjlns-io's,'l.crd Ort'ord's, and SirWillum Jones's Works ; l.iivjt::r's i'hv-i-ognomy, with i joo portraits; Parliamentary R i-ister '.md tare I'ajiers, i'i8 vol-'tr-- : Chancar.i's M.ip af G-i.-njny, Iralv, fee, col ured and unceloufeii, with the ite*ri,ition.j; Williiims's Ahiifigmem of Law Cai?S} 5 v. Is. ;' E .cy'-' ctopcE tin Britrin. ica, ao vflumes; Kees's Cyi I'.ncfe.lij ; iiio.^e's Antiquities of England, Wales, Scuhrn:!, and i,e! Plates, &.c. &c. Tb he yievyed two Days prjc'dinirthe S.tle, ajidCitaJoeiies then had of Mr. Stockdjle, No. i8t, PiLCaiiiily ; and .vlr, Walfcerjfl^aT&rnnsrer-row, price o-.e Shilling. GRAND   LOTT KR Y   iiegan DravC^inii v yesteroay. * ^C lEME. 	if-ae oot>	.00 		30 ooo 'y,. �		 3   � -~~	4,0.03    --	  , 8 , � � �-	'1 000  --	 	jO�    --r	10 a JO 50.   --	lOT     -	 IJO         -	'' . 0   --	6 000 j.ojo i'irsr-dr.Ticl-ets 22^ -		tJf.a.o IVOO � T'ckefs		 Pa'fi of the r^hoy- Cn;'^irnl5. r'-it-d a�>i Tii.W�.i ist -      rC'^iO'e Ditto      -      -      4111 I^ay      - 2:.iO0O 'ii'o - - 6tn Day - 20.od? i>i"n     -      -      yti    ;ie is nlvised, as the First f, 00 !'ic-krts will he entitled to 22I. dc.i, b?!.i;ts their cl-.abciot ihs i^aititals. and most elKd(>al remedy of tf:e kinrt iii jl! Co.-g 1.-., H'^ariencvse:., S^-re Throats, aud Ui-fiuxfons on tlie l.^nv>, healing the Ravi nessa.id Soreness or the W'ea�t, ai d afibd-ing grCaljclief in Shwtnesiot lireuh.Jind in .Asthmatic and Consumptive C-'my^nts; they do not cloy thsstLirnach, but rather create an api>etire. - . iSut aJMie great behrrit ti be tUrivrd fmm tl'Ptn cari ''nl* he set^tred by having them Gen me, fiie pif'l �r n-c r<-o ;�!itra tooberve,tt�at R. t'AVWARD, ;\o. to, Lulssie Hi'.l, i* printed Oil the Sraiiii\     ethers are Ccunre r o, Oxford-sireei; J. W*rd, No.714, llolbern j and Wm. dark, No. a6i}. Borough. Prire IS tirf. the i< x. MERCURV, excessive Drinking, in:, .which im-poverisii the bl iwd, weak,-n the nerves, impair the ta-.cnlties, and must ccRsquently reiluce the censtunrijo to n state of misery wotfe ilian iteath, HWNTEK's RhSIO-RATIVE BALSAM is the first Mcdicmc in the vwrrld for restoring'and invigorating tha coiistitviti ns weak, ened and dobilitated bv a course or �jissi|)aied plei^ures, or imWid by iuiy other eanscs. Every nay pro.h'.ces it sn ac. counts of tins invaluajle Restoranvc Metlicine, vfpr,Consumptions, Loss.ut Memory, Dimness of Sight, PrMfi. Wings, Feebleness, Horm s of the Mimi, Paralyic Cw!)-plaints, &J. For. Pains in the Back awl Loins, Glens.ind Semin-s'Weaknesses, perhaps there is n.;t any Alcciitinr, in public or private pradice,v4hi�h has bscn so sik-4.sss1uI lor lipwarrls of twemy y.-ars. Many Gentlemen of the ftrs- distinfli.^n in this ktn>:d^ n, as well asoih�rs, whose constitutions were hrok='i\andivbi-litaicd by undergofog too p.^wertul coMfses rtf Mercucy, tii.o expetienced the salutary ethds ot this Me.lici.ic; t�>r al-though by theuse of that Mi eral, the Venere�l Poisw mav be craditated, the blood becomes tmpovonshcvl, thcneives wtakfened, the procreattve fciculrics impaired, ana personito* Dfien reduced to 4 state of miserable existence. This Ke-sr"rative,.toy itsbaintytsoffeiung, he  Wtde,. No. n, Old Bond-aiie-t j for which | c^nplete packing-ooKes are prov d d for sendinKilf simrytoxi^ panof thekh%4ein, Itclwd. ScoHiAd,   

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