Courier, February 6, 1806


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Courier (Newspaper) - February 6, 1806, London, Middlesex No, Am.- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 180^. .THEATRE ROYAL, liRllRV-LANK. THIS PRESENT EVENING iheir Majeities' Snvants vviM aUsr new Ofterattc Drama, called . Tttfe TRAVELLERS; or Music's lascinatioh., With etttiitty liew music, scenery, itiafehJhery, Uresses |nd ; - ; decoratjbHS.  . RTo wliich will be added a new Fnrce, in a Afts, called ^ The WEaTHERC()C:K. j no^raDrrowTlIe Tiavelleis, with Three Wecki afier Mar- '   ! TUE.9iTRE RVYAL, CUVENTiGAWDEN. ..T^HISjpj^ESENTEVENING will be performed A a Trags'dv., calle4 ; j  ' * . UarbArossA. ^  Achmet.Mwter-Betty; ZaiThtrj, Mrs., I itchfieW. , With.'*.W.E FLYUY NlCfril-;" or J,ong Stbri.Si , Ttt-ihorrbw, The Merry Wivtsof Windsor: with " We' Tly by Ninht." � " ' VieTUALLlNC.OFtieE, Jan. �8i 1806, ' i ?}\'E,^Commissionersfor yniualling His Majeiij/'s X- Niiiijf, i/a /jereiygive fifetrce, thht on Piiday the Jl/j of ftbrufl'V Mext, thiy ^Tl At ready io.rtctive Teniifrf inii/rttlng Ciejifiiup), andtiedtfor ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND GAl.LCrNS of WEST JNDIA RUM, or of FOREIGN BKANDY, tQ be deliver td one half in three fweeku ami He remalndtr in ihree iiecki after, into Hh 'Majt'ity^'i yUludllinj^ Sl(�esat Ptymouit, atd ta ie paid for by liilh, fayabtt luiib, tnle'Attnhitty dttys after date.. N.'m^ No lender fir a Jess quantity than Tek' Thousand Gallons luftibt admitted. The Ca/iditians of the'CoHtfact tn.iy ie teeit at the Secretary's No regarJ-wtll/jehj.lta any Tender In'.vh'cb the Price shall not be-inserted lii lunrds at'lenglh, nr that shall not Le delivered t/> the Bo.ird Lefote p�t o'CJtck o* the said Friday the'Jth cf Febri/tiry nexti n^r btiless thefersott fuhs-^aAepbf Tendei, or ihme^ jierso'iVit bis beluff,aUejuist 10 anstver Kiihen called for. Vl'CTBIALl.lNG.Ol'1-K.L,. Feb. 5, 18.6. 'aus|i^.to tT^� Uretbra�>giiv*rthtrVeb,itSDBL6tura, -thrdeentbirinigether, two (juineas. To Ccntlctiien hot of .^�,I�fIHi�sion,-cw9iconstantIy enquired for, nd has; inatl�arrangements tor reviving it under the title of the Cont> J pletelnsuuitor in Drawnjj. .. ,^ At a time when the highest charaibrs in the nstion are ass�ciattng for thejjtirpase oHwiimting tlieimitativ'! artsj as the me^tns ot itatioiia^,nros|>eiity, every mnn should ;do:his itfutr, and Mr. cVaig-Anerefbre, to aid sych patriotic inten-�rtwhis; ai fah as inhiR power, offers this Workto the I'ublic as ^tne, (hat by beginninR.witb"thft first Elements of Land$ca]>(, will fn$ttu4l wiihout the attfndance of a master : the samt motives have ini uced him to publish it a ptice \ hat will bUt joSf defray tlie cxpence. . '� ' The rtrit Six Numbers, consisting of six Royal foho Platei each, wiil, contain a tonip'ete series of progressive Lessons in Landscape, with insiruiiioiis to accompany each ; the next six numbers will give similar mstrdtlions and Lessons m Figures, Ssc, The Kiftt Number, price 6S. 6d. will be published Fe-fc/uary thcist, to be contmnetl every Month, till completed. LondonI'nblished by T. Ostell, 3, Ave Maria-laHBji K. Otvne, i*rmt4cller to his tMajesty I3ond-btreet; and to te had of ail Uookselieis and I'rinisellers m the Ui^ited KiiVg-/dom;. '  : ' : � � . . .y � .. � T^vfONiiY for LIFE Ax^NUlTXES.-Wanted JIVjL ft) Furchase, several well-Secursd L;le AnnuiFtes, for .�rl))ch seyeral of the following sum* are nbw* imineihattlT MFidy, as soon as the Securities are approved, *ii.35ql.jH>i)l., TOol. t.oool. t.jool i.oooJ. and 3,o the. title,.of �SecuritiesnfferSd, inrl the expenccs attending ;'>em, which preveritti'�l�r-, which ,lTiysvalwajis attend the negotiation* ot rttose who ar� Ignorant of the^^irattical part> Personal applicaii-ms, or by let-iter (post.BaKl),->^lJiirhbuS?. No. 2�, Cecil-street, Strat>d, -are^teiJyamniifettiM.. 3.. rT. �:, v-_-.^.., .. . "TivTDav^rpiiWisWit^^ 43i.tEI�0�X9�^the-'mi AL at y*s l^ic-' luatltng f remises at Flymoitth and iiouthdotvn ; and to be paid. Jir, i� Bilb,payal>le, ^mtkin{eresik�inety Aays^after date.-�' ''The CinJilians of theXlontr.ict pi.iy ie seenai the Hecrft'ary's Officu ' ' ' . ,No regard vjill be had to any Tender ixivbieb the price sbill notieifsfrttd in words at length, O' t'Mf^shall not be tUlin/tred tr,\ the Board bef"re One a'Cloik on the taid IKdnesJay, the\^th id ti Mtitioiliss tie pertoie Mho makes the,Tender, a, .tame, perm.t in his behalf, attends, to anstver -when called /j. . G RAND LOT T EKY YESTERQA'^. .^C ro. Ditta - - :- 4th Day - 20,000 , �-. .�".:ij�tM):'-- - eth-Day*-�� ' -aa.owii'.- - " T>ifo - - Tt^i Day i S�ooo  Ditto - toth. D.4y. - .2,000., , TisVett 4nd Shares ate selling at every Licensed.L'dttery Ofhcev , . . ' Preient I'rice of a ncVst . jgL.-jgs.. , H*n, t . bd Eighth . ,^1. las. od. ^, 9li�c.��r' zti od.' Sixteenth  iL' Ss. wL % Attjeurly; Pwrchase.isadvised, as Jhe FirstjjqsjpTAe-'ken wilt be iriititletr to sal, each, besides their.-i8. ��: >�' ' �, iViAPK*, and PRIN rs.' - A CATALOGUE of Rare ai^d 'Valuable ,XX BaOKjS, Anrii^nt and Modern, many "of tjiem ele-'S'tntty Hound,'in,various Langwages, (tncjuding the Library fiirGentlerfian leaving Town,) the Property ofJohnStocfc-^4ale :i;�aii�*fcvill: be Sold by Aiidioij, without *lr.iyALKER,fJt,.Ho. 36, Old Bon�Physi-, 8�Wniyi,with isoo portraits ;. Parliamentary Register and State l�apers, 108 volumes :.Chaucard's Mapof Germany, ;t�ly,i&c. coloured and unceloured, with tile descriptions; WiHiams's Abridgment of Law Gases,' jivolsj; Enisy. rlopOB,lia Britan-ica, volnijies ; Riies's Gyolopoefha ; Orose'sAntiquitics of EngUnd,' Wales, SdotJand;,and IrS-laj^ r,Nevir Annuar Register; 45 vol. � Mbnthly Review and J,jAprtrjJIe's Atlasj- Naval' iChroniclej To^'�rie^cdliyoDay!ipr6citt^f^rq^5.,PAREGORIC LOZENGEb. /L Very extraordinary cure.le^iiircs my �CKiV)W- l^r'4*��*'^.l^!EfSTa^'?^^^^^^^ soreneis nl the thriiat and breast,-whieif tt^tttiM me to'io , n�S'?;rl''! 'haj^talP iijy tt}/if4>;et(p. from, ttirs.aiea4iul;,QnH4ivon,Ii was eiitiielV restpred by a singTe'bAX'Qf your^PatCgOtle Lb* aenufcs.r.-.r.'..,; j Xlaxai'Sii^ i -t ' ^her^fSMn^'co&ftift of'tiwM^,LMen?ei fe-Mil!r8toiinotv>t!^ns\v�f^ tor iirty bdtM^Q^ti^rfepkrAt'by , Xmself,* � Jindt |idiK, is; t jd. the box, duty included; where al�o (nay-be Had, Srcqr*'* Camomile Drops^ price is. gd, the bottle tamL Oil tur Cunvulsion tits, prtcs a�, 6d. thcbuttle, duty iuclUikd. .*U�i�ii>ay iSjlub�she4,-ncM�y Prwtettj on a. I 3V�ve Piper, Quarto, price as. Detlicated to AT a MEETING of iheMALTSTERS residing JTjl in the town and iteighbourhbod of liirmmghani, in the eouitty of Warwick, Ijald at Mr. KEAD LIES I's, the Swan In \*veaman-str�!et, in'UjrBjinghain, on the ijil day of January t8j6i,in t/fderto take into conslderaiion the propri'-ry of Petitioning Parliament for the Repeal of th?: 3o�r'i ai.l 33d Seftions ofthe A4toflhe4?d Geo. 3d, and 38, prohibit-liig.fhe Watering or Sprinkling, of G^ain on the Hour whiht making into Malt, and also for remo'vihg the doitbt at present cntertamrd, concerning the right of appealing to the Justices in Quarter Sessions, against convictions by two Magi^ttates under the said Adt. Mr. READ BEST in the Chair.' tt was unanimously resolved, 'I hat it is the^ipinion of this Meeting, that application sJiould be made to.Purliainent this Session by the Maltsters resident in the County ot Warwick, inclurling the city arid count'; of the city �>t Covenrry,-forthe putp.ose otobta,ini;ig.a Repeal of the said clausrs. That a Cortiniittee qI 12 peraqns. bo appuiiited fromi the Body of .Maltster.^ in Birmingham, to represent them, who should have tuM power to atl as thev: may judRe. right for furthering the mtcntiOHSJff tljis meeting, and th^t f rfe4syr-er. Secretary, and: bolicitoTj bealsi) appointed.'". , , Th^t Mci-tipgs ot the MaltbtArt-in tli^ Several market' towns the countyj be lecominefuted , held M the same purpose, and to appoint Committees and Treasurers in like mannerjand'that two Menlbrs of ehchtown Com.nittee be delegated to repres-nt them in a general or cdunty Assembly ot the held at the AVijoipock. Inn in War> wick, on the 1st day ot February next. , .That the i.ounty Meeting Vdo appoint a Conniiittee to frame such Keiotution* ana Petition as; they Miali think proper, and that a ttepiitation of two, Members ttoin tbe County Committee, he appcnnted to meet ths ''Delegates of the Suflblk and other County' Gommitiees }rf London-,' for the pmgose ffacloptipg and p�r5ujnj^i)chJpiea6V4��8& ti)$ iMt4uUQn&- o�.au|ch irt*(etingiut i That Subscriptions be immediately entered into by this nneetmg towardi raiiing a Fund for defraying tlie expences already incurred, and to beincuned in the said applicati n, and that similar subscriptions be resommended to be enteretl 'into by the Maltsters 111 the several market tMAS SPURRIER.; HUME and BEI SHAM's HISTOR-Y "of ENGLAND from the EAKLl EST Rpqt�)RDS tp thcJPKESeNT TIME, COMPLETD. ; , �jVyTR'. PHILLIPS has the honour to ofter'to the IVJL PubliCthe only complete, respeitabte, aitd'uniform Series of Engiisb History \vhibh Has everlKcn produced - Mr; Humjt's History;w,as b*;tha� Writcrdovyn to the'peripd of the Revolution, and Mr. Belsham has taken up the niirtatiVe fr^ the ReVoliftt6n and brought it down to the Peace of Amiens; Both Works form an uniform Series of Twenty Volumes, and they maV.bebad of every Boolcseller In 1 own and Coun-try, price Eight Pounds, in boards.- ' Persons already {rusaessing-.Mri Hume's. History may'have Mf.BeJ^ham's entire Worjt by. ^tselt mTwelve Volumes, for Five Guineas, iA boards. And as the latter parfr of StholUt's General -Hi'story vas freiquenily iold previously tn rhc appearanceqt Mr. jfel-shain's Vyork, as a cbnttnuation ef Hume ta the deatji of George the Secai'idi Mr. Phillips thinks It proper to observe, i'sHistory^of the Reign of George tiie Third that Mr.Belsham'i . -- may- b? Wad  separately, /fo, complete Hunf.4 aijd Eight Volumes, price^-Tfitei Pounds Tw^lye boards. - ' ' - Ian. 8�,^8o6. - ' ONE 'ti-rO.O^'ANp EHIORAMS! jett, in imgs in T})i$ Kay was puHltshedr In two elegant volumes, 1 t,niaU , , Ddayo, price tes. In boards, or las. bound and gilt, ; ihHE BRITISH MARTIAL i or, EI5IGMSB 1 BPIGRAMMATIrST.tjeing the larBMt.cqltei^wn ' Eptgraiiis ever publish^, and contaiBinsan'thetf^it iiVtl LanBuaee. virlth sOme orieinaU. 'r'"or. ' Laneuaee, viflth sdme original*. trf(�or. ^ >' P?inte�i for Richard Philftps,. No. 6,flridg9j>tff!�, ^latjk-frIaVs, and to be hiiMwi-mmsL ' � '_; ... ^'aniToti SiifuWay,'the fir^t bf'Mart^Vwill be ^p^ke)onei^.uioe�iiti,0Qi6is^eiegJU(ly,|irJnt^in �.sftlie Cau�s 'Tawhictiii ad'J^dv'^iTreatisaw Its- (1 t -r l>�f�^;pa)i and th* ,pi;9p� f re�t: . . �vvj. C.xftAlJNDfe*9r''^'' '  Scfidol' in St. 1 homas's Hpapitaj, aixl Svirgeon to. the London Uispeasary tor Diseases otth�Ky*and Ear. Printed lor 8.ichni�| PhiMips, K,9. t India Company, Le.-iiitnlv4ll..itrfet. � Of whoiru.nvay be had the j)recei\ing volumes. Iiv June iisxt will be published, the Seventh VoluniJ for the Year lies; j and in January next, ths Eighth Volume for the -Year i8^6. , - . , r To the live volumes of the Asiatic Annual Register already pubjishsil. Mi-. Cainpljell did not vonsider it necessary 10 ptefi.k his tiaine"; birt it Is now exp'eiVient to announce � to the Public tliat this, vvpifc vvas originallv planned and: has been condufled liin>; He therefore bigs, feave to thank the Correspondcnfs of the Astatic Register for their Coni'municitions, to solicit � their future Favours, aiid-lo request that thev m^y be trahsinitted to' him, to the Care of Messrs. Cartcll andDavies, Strand. Londnn. FJn�-^ellow . , . . ,____----------- to the -Nation, s�eeped in Teais, and e)fultinn; and Haymarkvt, printed under the Autliotity and by ftrimssioa ot the Maiiagets, from tl e rroinpt iSooks. VVth 15i >;rji)liical and Critical Remarks. Bv Mrs, 1 .N I.>: iJA I. O. Piinti"d fir Longman, Hurst, Rces,aKd Orine, PaterHostcr-row. Where Specimens ot.tlie Woik mnybi! seen This Wf�(k, being jiitentied as a Companion to thi? Theatrfsof (.re,n Britain and Irel,nid, will contain every PUy which.keeps Possession ot tlu- Stagi-, incliulii gthe b^^'ti PJayflif Colm-.n,IC�nib;rI-ind, Holcrofr, Inchbald, O'Kecte, Morton, ^leynoltts, and other modern Authors, which hav never ai>peared m any similir Coll clion ; tne CP> right of whifch has; been purchased for the express Furpuse ot introducing; thein info the .present Work. Tnp whole will be - printed, Uhder" the Authority of the Mana);ers, trom the ' rtoniptrr'sl.'opy exactly as tliey are performed. IVisintendec to comprise the Work m rwenly-five Volumes, each containing I'ivePIavs, and ,gjnera-,ly-with their Play .that is hist brought forward. '  ' . . The tiinbftUMlHiients will ;be executed in the very best ntanner, by the first Artists. - ' This Pay are pnblishtd.'pnce 3s. 6d. boards, ENGLISH : THEMES AND ESSAYS; or, THE TEACHER'S IISI^ISTANT IN COMPOSITION J beinga&NstenrofoiIsy Rules tor writing E.\ercis�fi,, Vllus:r�ted by Ejuimples, pilMpten tothe Use of bijih i?exes,ai Si'hool; to which-itfcaddedj Hints for Correctingjand fm-provmg Juvenile Composition. � the bectpdl-ditmn, with large .^dditions. - By JOHN WALKl-R. Printed for J. Jolinsmi,. in St.'s Chur. ' 5. A Key Vi theA.*lassi:al Pronunciation of Creek, Latin, ana Scriptum Proper Names, js."boards. 6. A Critical PconouriciiigDnflioiWry, and Expositor of the English Language. Quaito, il. iis. 6d. boards. Third , Edition. W^HITE'S PHQ FESSION AL LI F� ot7the lateL'ord Vis-count NELSON; including the tuneral Ceremonies. -Illustrated by. En^r�Vings. ' - . ' Mr; WHITE respecliully info'rasihe-^Brltish,Public that  he has just completed a full andcorrett Narrativeof TPHE FUNERAL of the late HORATIO J. Lord Viscount Nt LSON ; comprehending an Account of the Conveyance of his Body to E'ngland on boanl the Victory, of i to guns; an accurate Description of the Manner of its Lying in State,, in the Painted Hatl at Greenwich, on ths jrhi 6th, and 7th of January ; the Precession by Water, on the 8th, to Whitehall, aiid thcnteon Foot tothe Admiralty, .with officialeircuMstantial Pa/ticulars of the Grand Pio-'i^^ssionto St. Paul's ;,aiid Of the solemn Ceremony of the I[itermentv�nthe9thof January, 1806, Illustrated with a correit Engravinf^of the Funeral Car, a minute Delineation of the Coffin, and a full outline of the �ame, V'th explanar tory pariicul#.s ) to vt'hich isaddedi intncsting Abstradsand ..Codicils from the Will of his Lordship, never before pub.; �'ifsheiL �. ,fT^e, Author'cannot rftf/ain from gr tefully acknowledging the very extensivepattnnage his Work has experienced, being: now In the Second Edition ; and begs to observe, that the above is printed in the, same elegant style, so as to form a coni6a�t :>uppleipent, wiucli renders,the Work in every re-'ispe�;complete.:, Publishedb.v James Cundee, Albion Press, Ivy-lane, Pa-; temostcr-ro>Vi'London. On the istof this Month was pubiishedafb be cbntiniied ^Ionthly) price Half-a- C town, N V MB E R I .of 1 i^HE GENERAL REVIEW of BRrqSH and A FOREIGN LITERATURE, containing Accounts of Vltetollpwinf; Articles I if , .� , . . 1^1. APescrinttonbf Latium; or La Campagna'di Roma. a., Edition ot Ossiaii and other roems. lo^Carr'* Nflttheri Summer. \i. Hamilton on'Purgative Nfidicines. la. _______________........ .-. S�?^ cret ftiijto/y. of the Court of St. Cloud,t-j 13*iVVprsltSf> : AicoufiT of France and Us government. .14. Turnei.'^His-.,, 1, toryoftheAngl6-^Sax,qns.fvi'5�,iMbH(tohottse^m'ic,�; ' 'Sini:dlpiece'sS nnH^; aJiPH�J(ilsyi!� Kaxal-Ode. a4. The trical Romances. . on Fire and Choak ^ Londoit: piiiued tqr the Prbprietort; atwl'soldby ,W. a?. Thefi&wh-Aiias.'-aS.'brrTRJuir L-Daftjp*.' '  . . j...,,�d ferthe Proprletort; ami, sold by ,W.' Nich!il�9p, No. 1�, Soho-sfluare; and by H. SyniMiils. Pattfjioattt-rowi and all Boelijea�i�,  the satrte pur-poseJor the quarter, from the ni of Feb. to, the ist of tS/lay, iSoi$.-Oi-dernd to lie on the table. , Lord Viscount Lov>r;tr.r.prc3enied a Petition froth the Dell tors cerfin'^d in Carlisle gaoI,^hici� was ordered to lie on Ihc tabl'?^ ' Mr. Fox, accompanied i>ya great number ot|^IetiT-befs oi the House of Commons -bcpoght up Bill to etiable the Auditor of the E'xchequer f^pj^^afe a Tru>;tee'uJ execute the duties of the Om6ff.m the case therein mentioned. �The Rtll v/as rea^a first . time, atid ordered -to be read a second tittic''taf-mor-row.' .,�,.'',� ..- - -   Lord AUCKLAND made a motiop, worded, differently from that of ye.':terdayfRr Petty, commonly called Lord He.vry Petty, who, since his eiec'\ion, had ai;cepted the odicesof Chancellor and Under 'Treasurer of his M.ijesty's Exchequer. The House went into a Comtmttce on ;he Auditor's Bill, Mr, Fox in the Chair. - , Mr. W. WYNNE brought up a cl.iuse. empowering the Auditor of the Exchequer to appoint a Trustee (instead of a Deputy, as originally intended-), who should be res{>on.sibie to the Auditor for his salary, and tothe Legislature for his conduft. The ATTORNEY GENERAL declared that this clause entirely retnoved the objections \srhi9h he had yesterday statedj as arising in his mind aPaitKt theBilL. ' . Tfis clause, with anot^ier, enacting^ that, any person {icceptin^ ^he situation of Trus^tee, should noc vacate his seat iii the House, was 'th^n agreed to  the .House was rcsumgdi and Mr.'F6'x, having bfouglityptbe Report^ ic^was.received iwl- agreed ^0, .^nd-the Bill having bei^n read � thirdtimai was jla� ed, untjer the, title pf a Bii^U einpoweriflg^t the' Auditor of his Wajcsty's Court- of ExcheQ^er to constitut3,.a Tro^tecititases'therein mehtiQned>|anii %..Foj6, wasiordcred to carry it'to-thft Loi-ds", which did, flccwnpsi{u?4,hy � nSmbw of�� menibers. Mf. HUSK|iiSON,bro..giy;i9tJijB tfirec Bills, lb, wWcn ht yesterday obtained le^jvc, grimting nUities to Lady Neison^ Lord'CoUyigwdod; and ^R.uSirach^A.;. ' They - \vere- read a-first tinie .onleted ro..^jc r^ad a.sccand time to-morrowi' Mr. FPX .gasc notice, that Ip^morrOw ha �TnQv6 topostjjonc^to alumre day the coDsiJeratifl of-the Petition, cQinpTainin|r of .nn undue eledioi for the County olMiiWleTtot.--The other prrfctsi -were their iJOscpot.edi'nti.d the Hotisc adjourned. ;