Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Courier Newspaper Archive: February 10, 1806 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Courier

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - February 10, 1806, London, Middlesex                                . . '     THEATitE kOYAL, bllurv.Y.I.ANK. HnHtS PRESENT EVENING their Miicstics' X   S?r�ajits will'atl anew OperHtic'Drama, tailed  ,.    THE TRAVELLiiHS ; ,pr.MiLMC*� 'VsciiiatUjij.-With cHtirely new'musiic, stciicry, riucbipciyj ilresics ihd : ' detoraiioKs.  , i'Thp ptincipal-tharaiters by Me:isrs.|El'i3tdn, Hrahani, bhnsloiie, AjatheNvs., Puwtou.'and l-aimisifer j Mis. i'ovvel/',i BJfs. IVlouvtiiii;,.iWrs. KIuiul; aiul Shjuora.St:>r3ce, If+l       1: t.llUvl()Ul 2 aildtd "Ihe I'riic. .- , teruyians-:Af;iUb3, Air Kliirray ; RoUa;. Mr. K-riibl'e , Cofa, M*�." "f'ibbs.-Spaniards-^Pjzatrrtv- Mr. Cfokc; Aloiii", ASlr. C. KiiiJiblc : and hlvira,Mrs. St dons. With H-MlLCQUlN'j. MACTN1 V 1 M OnteRN DAI-JGINCJ.. priviitcly wughe bjy; Mr. ALLEN', at No. ig, S.'ierrjrdi'street, "CoMcii-�'iunie, iSt>. I , vTfi-at AlK-s�roet, Vi ociniJu'.xJ'jcld.s, on piirtN cxi>ie-sly tormeil  :d?iit$ to ivhotTi time is Oil objcd|.ex])i.*ditio^sly tDir.i'ltiir'it. � . �         .: t �- ; l.o'lies and Cenilemcn al fi tinder fourtfcn, not rc- ?uiriiij; piiviite luisoiis, iaii;''l')t at tficse ACfMleiuiss tor One .'iimea per y "aiter, or, sclio.l vaLjtion. I liisplaii parti-cularly in'ereits I'arei'.ts and Guardians^of. you*n wanting ii^nieul ar.tmn aid address', tMit e'ucated at'schools liaviNg tuu Uw dancers to pay tii; attendance of an crt^insni Master. ! jmilics or the Nobility, Gentry, ami respeJtable Schools a(Tei\Ci>J, -Ladies a>.d young l'rut.--ssots in^irtjCteU how to lejcli.       .       ' '     ' -Ivveiiiny;, DetyeM AiWl-streCt St. MartH's-le-Ciind and the Bull and Mouth, fiiillaudMSuHi-Atre^r; piu|>poiwi id iiavc be-.i) l ttvirjll deliver It to Nfrs. Robinson^tthe Angel Itni, . Angel-a*tj(#� aforesaid, will receive Oiie Caiitea Reward.^ >Jo>.r.jtrt�^Rew.irrtvi'l S.-Olier d ,    ^ ^ i'V^WiJlTI-; MART-INN,CKiiVt'SENr);   . PITT rakes ihfc ]iberty to inforrnjier L' .'    i^, AtjMjRALTY 1S06,,: fi'Hi TfrmiMf.attd Oial hcli-v&r, jir (iff Triai af 6}- i.'^    ,    ,    _^.......___________......^ fiiicti ei.mmiiKttan tie Hg(> Scat, iiit/jin the ]ims'iielicn of ttm: yiJmUJtj-  "(thj-t'br.tgu'CoMilrte*. JS^t'mfjfyjul'r- uHjertJ^i tbe 1/tfM.Kai/ett -.mt �Lf'i.ft, aitdSur-tJiVBKshr^x. i -and :g(\t>tn-''rm�!ciiiale, Ufjtrrfd, or p'Vt^rettFve .lin/tui/its. �       . . . f    ) \   �        ' Tt'i'C'jirJifio'ti ae mr.if /juiKyaifc t/xm have betn jet �ffivtd, aH.i.fhe-iitnes are, la caey iiiUunce,'af l>jf imst modtrMt lie-icrif:!�:�. : f:h.irt;e is iiudffor VfihrUti Mr aity /tJniistitn Fee re-~ quired oil Lijt Inxi'i-U'iue. h '   ' A -i-crj- ifie-il ComiiiistioA a a-'hwfd taSi>}}c'ltri^ attdcthrfSj udit, kn*.tl.>e iiie,iii5 i^f 'hbl^inhtj^.tliQiilf Liji !nfurances, %* The-L'>iiednrs have deteiimwieil. to avoid ihe e\penpe And ipeQiiVttniknces attending the'estiblishment ot v oiuitry .^Sem-i-js , 1 he savuifi pfoduced b/ this ineasure, enables thcni luo.lertnc toll >\\'uig vcrt itnpdr( ulch IitsiiraiH.rs beciiccl.d at the Company's rieein London; by the iricntU or aiienls ot the person^ to be leisured, and wiihoui the OUice bcmi^ involved ii\ the trouble orchargB'of any (jorrespoiirlenc;", viz.- TweiUy-five per Cent, per A'nnuin on the PrcrnUitn of P ), js-; Whjjii Henry died," a liallad, sung by Mr^, Ahhr, at.thtt Bath.Conterts, coinpo�c*l by Mr. Rauizi-iwvis. 6th h.|e>;uc^Car.4jnet." on the Ueafli of L'lrd 'Viscoux)t,Nelsoii,. by'Mr. foxj fs. ; Sw-rij$, 'iJubhn, <4:6 )V dMtoilij ditto, comaasSslJa^^ is. 5iK ; " The MainaKC Contrad,-B;lavftTyTlB^Air, arranged as a Rondo for iltepianotoft�{i by J.u^^b., ?sv6d.,;.a.fawoJi�ite Russian Quick Step: at>^l(tj{0P at ditto. t tuni, selea�l, adapted, and composed by ^V. 'Mfilsan, zis; ;" LcRetour des Ve(r^lan>;cu(5,'^ a Pastoral tor tLe Vtarp orPianoh^itc, with Accoiirpanyineats. tor a VioUn; and Violoncello, composed by J; A. Iretaiid, 34. j " La Gl�sse," forthtellatiTof llanotortej wMhan Dbligatb Aocompanyinent, f.)r the Violin, coini>osed and dedicated (by:|wt.'rti^ion}-To Miss Baker, by j.,.Vl;&laiid>:^^^ MILLARD'S WAR-CHOUSES�firp,ifU:Cheap�dBi To Par�cy'drs-of Rich aijtl'Valuablfe AttjclrS turCrt^wne* '  s Iliads, BtahChes of the Gl6oU.-ltoyy, *gyt ^ . FOR the.'inlaruiati^q'cf sjjdif ,lVltLLARD has th^plrastfTe tSf �tf.\otii^cinBtor sale.onft ot the richest ^r-tielesoTaitue'ftoioJndia tJJtfifipiuity of njaii Jia� ever pto- MI LIkARD al8us "Saranet BattiHas for Gentlemea's;-Hftk?v . clQthtr;;:ind4rish:-Cambrrt:s, sc( mtjeh gupenoj-to ;aiiy:thing inadq! C(lcot�on.i,:India aRil Arabian ShaWJs iio Rreat* .^riety. i.acBes;ViHfindas abave, cufiousi.Carttbifc MUjlius.entiriJly tree^jprtiin'that poorness so much. conrptoned of, wiii; ot, wa�lw Jnj a-b^-ciiliur'.' -'   � :� v Milta(4 Jlas-tjiehononr to inform the 'Nobility and Hiote minv yeats: htfn estahlisltei*- thjQVighQtt EnRUn^ ami dti the'C'drftrfte'At/aJlhe'only Db^i^JftJb/}^eyerofUrf&^^o^ lie v,hi*�iirnhejUwiWiiess^PiterMlbrf(4(0as i)ot W frti^atj �vei) Ui i'Tuifkey aptt^gyjptV.ftoP vvhenpe.�!( 9\ Jifkt brotijjhutof'tliis cotintry.by:t8(JK M. )V..Wrfrs"?> the Indies. r^JlJi.ar�-JJ�li�.a� inHhtJejrtAtnrf, not to suffer a, turlwkhWoBftn.atS^enrti^iy iW^roln wliat jj, jir wcr^  rYdge-atrcet, ^ estiHinster, Whoever, will bring hun to the  entry in Town and Country, who pass the highest encomiums on its merits and elficacy^ A Tieatise on tljc vi/tties andefficaty of Oxley's Essence of JamaifiaGin-gec, may be had gratis ot the Proprietor, wherein a-list ot thos� person^ of eininsnuc and distinchoii who hxve been be-iiefatted by'it, may be seen. Sold wholesale and retail (genuine only) by the lavent.'r and sole Proprietor Samuel \)\. iley, her Majesty's Chcinist{late 27, Haymarkct), at his Me-dicinal Waiehouse, 21-, 'I avistuck-streer,'Covent-gaKtdn, and by'his appointment at Messrs. Hudson and Co.'s, 37,. Hay-nlarkerj; liaconand Co. iso,- O �lord-�tree{ ; Coxwell, �Tcfr.^>le-.bar; F. Newberry, St. PauPs Cinirch-yard ; 'I'nt*, Royal ticclwngei and by every lasneeiabl^j ViSnder of MeiU-cines throughout the United K.ingdam, and America, in bit-ties of 4^. fid and los. 6d. each,.duty included.-N., B: A one |)i)und caseorilered by letter (post paid}> will be sent to any parr ot the United KinjEdom,. wan anted tJ arrive safe from Tavistock-street only, - ____N of the l>OCkS and CpfrlMCRGlAU ROAD. Tins day is pubUshidj, pike toi.'^bfbured.'a new ^diiion of A PLA'N of ihe fatlf IJMPliOViElNaEN'JS -in : Xlt tkiePOIt P of LOIirfeWC^'ltn'tKRbAdJ.S' mine Or pr-.tjeded, tae (it wvyj[ remrj>va.\vUh-, thej^ovKls^ " ' '. , . - .\ /^HEMiSTS, MedJciaq.VeilderyJi*td- ?S4ftt�iifj>;' Au^'ieiiJlif.g in the (Poutitiy, '^ho..^'l�lt.;i<�I;(i4'<�n\)oiitt�a AGtWharor the-SALIi     llAK.IJ'WjfilVS eA^-^*^] CHARt'O.A L, aje/eqHestt;a to i^.jljl,^t.i1ihWP!?�e\�*.fa-.vJ irt5tfanger in France is by tar the most pleasing and commiiinicaiive traveller whom we have had the goctl fortune toaccoinpany,' 'The wnole will, we think, interest the reader, �vh'> vyill lay down the book with reludance." � Monthly^MiriOr.-^Reviewot Literaturetor Aug. 18^3, -  ��.�....,.:.    No t�g.  ,�'"With the powerful r^commendation?^ he lia*brought With him ' 'JL^c Stianger in fiance will not long be a stranger in lifnjjland." , The Literary Journal. Nov.,4. No. 20?, TheextradSwp have mai,le will give our leaders some boil m the eiuertainment tkey, may re >p trom * '1 ne 5>iranger in France,* but they lonn a very inc-msiderabic parr, the uutlior every wheu advancing otigtna i anecdotes and fa :1s, to illustrate the manners ot the pople," Antt-jacobm Review,Oit. and Nov. continued. 1 his volume is exiremi'ly yy"!' writtenj-'^oitiai.is.muchjin-tercstmg matter, a! tlt-^exes,at School; to which are adde cd ami recited at School. 4s. boijiid.   Fourtii Edition. A K.ev to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek,.Latin, aiiu Scripture Pr.>per Names,   js. boards, 6. A Critical Pronouncing Didionary, and- Expositor of the English Language, Quarto, il. iis. 6d. boa.ds. Thira. Edition..     V       .         .'   � . T PLKi). This-day is pubSisTicd, in one large anil elegant volume, quarto, illuvtratetl by twenty .caloured Engravings of Coitunie,' -&i;.inice Two Guineas in b^^aids,     . '.\  , npHE PRESENT Sl^ATE of PERU ;   con?. i A prising a>i Account of its.G UOGR A PrfV, Tt^POi GRAPHY" NXVVKAL HISTORY, MINEItAHIG CcyVI.VtEKCI , CUSTOMS, and-MANNERS, as well ot (ts civihst'd as uniiyiliseit Inhabitants, Statuot Ljtfia? turt, Philoswhy, the Arts, i itl|.c ii;-Hlem Tiavcis ;ot tli" Missum-iries iii t!;e hnheriV upexplored Mount iiiovw Terrivoiies; and other interesting paitwular^ retati'e to the htitlatrous. ; Tribes of Indiaris. mhabuing tUose.iemote distrWts "t- Pan. Prifltctlfor Kichard Phill'ps, No, 6, Diidie-stieet, lllavki friaJTS;jand tubctiad^opall t>oOtseller|t';""    : INSPK^Cl lViv-U K 'CHlLuRKN. TKis Day is publisheil,. pike .-listl-a-crovynv ^laU-bjuivd,: - illaitMen-Miim^a vaheHy'.or Engraviigi, ta,f( ji'ARiftl.liBOlAK itf wliiefi- the DEFEhJcii A&AINST HV'A^iojtf.. P/jirited for Richard Phillips, BrrIi�e-s�:crT, a'acVfrh's. .     A ijeeOqd Vgliifpec>tVtliifiVVo;ki-y iivt ik Ir-;: 'miss OWKNstJN's NfcW WOVKL. This Day IS published, in four verv large ^ lu.Mi, iz.v.i ,>..-. �=.'!'-. |(n...5,to',rds,- JL B, ..Vfut iHV.ENSilN, ��;il!70t �t ."It for } irtih and good are one, Cia V Ai;d b*AUty ^weJIs in them, and they JO her, " W ih Uk.: participation. . . . .   i 6; Btt may also be had, jHst jiublished, ,   Ferdinanu fitz-rtnoiid y or, the F. ol o� N[u:ure-   By Mrs. Teint'ls ; lu five volumes, p.iOe 20s. in boaris. ^ATKlWS'd BIOGKM?HlCAL  aftd   .ibFOKlCAL DICTIONARY. -    v THE NEW ;ind m?i^VRD EDITJON of rhfj valuable Wo..fc IS now ready lor ileiivcrv;,. price 15s. in extra boards, or 16s. 6d. bound and lett.'.-'I. Phi-J new Edition isclesefy printed in .1 i;?-.v IJre^ier :rype, Snd eii'.arged.by rht addition of the Aiitiicirir i-s to :;i':h At.k-cle, and of at leist 1 wo I'hjusand New .'vrt.eie;., lu king a t�t.:t of upwards ot. Twelve t h"usand Nanie.-i, or hone 1 hou*and more than are contained in any r ti-.cr biographical Didionary,   . , As i complete Work of useful Reference on e-yery tuhje^ of Biographical, Chroiiologwal, and Historical Enquiry-Ss a necessary apji'endage io every Lmrarv--is an inr.ijpeB.-nhle Manual for Students of every destriiitioii-.md as a Baok Instrud'on f^r theu. a|�pearaiice; and the VVorRs in pr i;re>s.. ihiongh ths Volume arp-of singular variety, niDortau. s, aria interest, Thev conMStot Poqueville's t ra-^els m the ��rjre-^, , ' M:!ngciurit's 111 Hano-'cr, Fischer's ni the Somli ot 1- rsnce,' -'\n i)ri.;iual Touf in I.e!a p:, E>.a I umbulls Vovage Round the World,^ �  All ot which will he completed as usual within the extent of the current Volume...., � , So various andiii�.;nstiug are the new Vovage* a ul Travels, cf>iitmuaUy,add'esiiug Uiemsclves to tn-.-pubrio sn va-ri-'us laf.guag^Si that it mvv be a.-.jertrd, n;) ttiruec v ilvin.-of this V*. o^k can j>os-te.i* cl iiin^ to attentu.i mf^nor ti..ti�..,ij 01 lhv'a')oven-amed Voya):es-rfiid Pravels. . I'rint(^ti)V Richard Phiflius. N :6, Briilge-sticct, Black= ' tri.irs i ai!d 2 Ij-; haa of jU bcoksejlers. ... p\re:c;oric i.()z.eng�s. To: .VJr. S 1 Efc'Ks. ii�tlaihmef�Uy,'ESv] p,.li-f.U'.', : Diiikfj, l'^yinc,at,xrcia y tj the lats .<\Ttf}ibi%Jl Edmund Bo^hm, Thotti C W Cimt viifli�li!C(ftumiy;+^ A-"^ � tumci .my .; ia. Visits to thp',MeMwticfJffi**'t]he:'iJot�iilcal-C�rtleo, Jn' ^.ttaiielrtlVe inoT>t siri^ting Ji��a6nv Notur^iJ Histoiy.fana.the first l>rii)Ciptea.olf Udtai^j'^.^to^cL'^M^eipAiueai ^lice balt.4- *'^* ns SPEEftS'S Sir; A Vtffy cxtraQrJjn.Tify cure rccruires my acknow-.iTi. .ledttiiKnts-I waii^eized wi\li tue" i:� st vio|jiir ;l\ 1 ever-eisperieuccd, atteml.-d wiih gre.it h arsenefts. and soretrfss ot'the ttitiwt and buast, whicli rediu-e-i me to s> cmiciarcd a st�o, that .ail inv tri nas expocte-i 1: won* r.r-nitnate in a C nisu.iiptMn ; from th s .diejainl ct^tttion I was entirely lestoredby a s ngle box ot y.'or PaTL-goi-.ic Lo-zennes.. , . i am, ic. Great Drifesld,-V6ikiliir.-. MAURGILL. I liere beiiiK many connter'nts of tlt-se l.oienges, Mr. Steersxan^iof be aitsweraole tor jjiiv b^it th-ise prepaiei by himself, and a� they are sold omy by F. Ne.vbiir  n"iay be l>ad, Stcerj's Camnntile Draps, i>ru:e is. 9.,!, th^ bottle ; aiuWhl for Convulsion Fits, pfScc ss. mU'tliebntsC, dury iii(;i,tii'<"d.. OU.Tj Btliou.*;, 'i^heunttttc, an'd Netvous. AiFnu-vJf tionSj ar^ pflediiail) removed bv the use iV the Rcv; Dr. UAKCLAY's AN TlaiLIOUS Plf.LS. The folio^v-^ tfig is:a ii^Jot 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication