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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 11, 1806, London, Middlesex                                Ji^ ihe^U^tfOQN G^ZE^TrJi,.It$. re. ^ .  A? tV^p�^rt �      QuMn's P�Iw^       iJth of ).     , f etoiwl.t. i$o6,.'pr^jent, the Kiiiji'i Most .Ex., ,      j..   ,�telleni Majesty in Ci>t4nc        ' ., ,1iM�d�y hh Grace Jolui Dolce of fievlfonl, the -Sight Huiv^orablc: Henry Earl of Cafn^fvcn, the ^   h,. Right Honourable Ji�lin Joshua -Earl ofCarysfort, _ "/thp jRight  Hci'iiirahle i^'harlos  Augustus  Lord-lOutilston, the Riyht Hono,utahle Sr. Amlrcw Lord '       if*^ J^phnt     Bleisoc,  ;-\4 ihoHtghr Hon')MraI>lc insianr, are rcq'uesrcd to send their titles, naines, wpA nddres* to ihf College of Arms, St. feennci's. �Hill,"St. I'infl's, before tour b'clovk in the aftetnoon 6f> Wei!iKsdjiy,"ncx>, the igrh instant, in order that theyuiaj' be rnnkcd lu the Proceeding accsrding- to theit Stfver;il degrees, dignities, and qualities. And o�i 'l"hitr�day next, between ten and four o'clock, sealed tickets fwr thcr.dinission of such persons into the Procession, nnd into Westminster Abbfy, as "slialJ have tnnisniitfed their njinies to the said Col--      .. ^. . - . , ,    lege, will be ready thcie to be delivered to thein, or 'Kiliot/were, by,his >iiijesfy^ Command, .,-Mr f,ijof his Msjesry's Most Hon�ur:.Hlc Privy      Those persons in the Procession-who are not to �    tc^U,  ��^ totk their r.^spe�ive places at the � ^yc^r inournSng cloaks, ollicial govvr., or habiis', ^t^^^'^�y'^^^^X'., ,.   ,     ',      ,! ^vin appear  in .nioitrnfng, without  weepers, and hliMfcjesty,- jnCmmrtl, was this day pleased to , with mourning swords :  Knights of the several ;.,a ��y?="'.       Gcnet^.1 Gov-ernor, of that part of the; Officers to be in theic full unitbrms, with crape ,.Fuij{:4Kingdcmi called Ircla$...    _ ! around their arms and ill llicir hats ; and the Clert-y .   His M-j/?5ty-hiiving lK-cngrrcu,usly pleased to dtli.tcr the CuR'tody of iheScals of the Duchy and ; inierchfititi, Feb. �5 to td 1^ec(tmri�ter Af)I)ey, on Satvfrd^y mnpiing ftre I   /OnTliufsday la�t� ot S�/Ja�ies's Chitrch, Capt. VVhd'ar-(frey, I'irst kcujiiient Of..OuariliJ,..�oa otwilliaii Citq.of Usin^i-, iiiKenu to-Mi cOhelresNOf the Intc GWite liilWjflfHsiw'kuis. I''� e, Yorkshire, butL'lier. BANKRUPTS, LotJship this day,' in Ccum-il, took the Oaths ap. poihted to he taken, instead cf the Qaifis of Ai-l<*gi:Vnce and Suprcma^-, as Constablcoi" the said iTblrer, and as Lord Lieutenant of the said ToAer Hamlets, and likewise the Oath of" Constable of tlie V^^er of London. 1. H Council, was this daf pleased : t�Bfpoint' Henry Lee Warner,  of Walsingham, -'Esi^i tft-be Sherilf of the vJounty of Norfolk, in the -roflfn of John Morse, of Mount Lia, Esq. ''Anh Lc Gendre, Pi"i-ec Siarkie, of Huntroyd, Esq. to be Sheriff of .hs. County.illlatine of Lan. And liis Majesty was also pleasetl to make the *foJk win^ annendme"! upon the Roll : , bir   Ihcmas N^ningron,  of Stanford-Cr^urr, i}art. made Sir 'Ihomas Edvigpl Wumingtcn, of Staxa�fc4-Court, B^rt. Whitehall, �ch. ij. The King has been pleased to appoint the Riijht Hon. Francis Eail of Moira to beConstaile of the 'Jo.vtr of London, in the room of ibcMarquis Ctrn--.'.-ilHs .ecea!,ed. 1 King has also been pleased to appoint the Rig"-jt Hon. Francis Eail of Moira ro be Ids Majesty's^ Lieuttnant and Cusios Rofulorum of iht 'JTower Hamlets, in the rcom of the Marqjis Corn* wallis,<.de  /I he-King has been pleased to grant ro John Calcraff, Eq. th  to the Office of Master and Worker of the Mint.' ' , The King has been plaased to grant to Alexander Daviaon, Eaq. the Office of Trcisurer of r!;e Ordnance of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, and Jrcland. Whitehall, Feb. eer, i islii psKaie-strt   . FeS. tS, at t vvcl ve,. i;, and March 29, ai 01 le, at (! UiltU, lalJ.   .Atloriiies, Mtisra. Collins; aiiJ .Waller, Spital- �square., Cei.ir>;e Moore, jnret'mV'cfi, !ewaite and Rowland, Gray's-Inn Plato. John Fiahclsand John Jos. Francis, of Rochesrer, pliunbers . "and painters, >eb. 22, atone, March i, at tl-n, and 29, at one, at-lUiild'.'.ail, Lpiidon. Attorui>;s,MosiJS. Wriglit aid Bbvili; Chancery-lane, Loij.ion, Edward M'Culf ck, ofjeileries-square, St. Mary Axe, merchant, March i, 4, and 29, at one, at Guildh/dl. Attornies, Messis. Koss, Hall, and Ross^ New lioawell-court, , Carey.stre�,   ' DIVIDKNDS. Jan. 2o.   Samuel J^arston, St. Aibau's, corn-dealer, at �Bn, '   at ten, at (Juiltthall, Londyii. Ma:ch 17.   J. H. Gi/vett,   Wivilscornbe, Somersetshire, cotion-manufactuter,   at eleven, at the Bush   Tavern, Bristol. , � � .    :   " . .�� March jj.  J. Field, Watford, miller, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. ' March 8.  J. E. Oeacon; New Bond street, ILnsn-draper, at ten at Guildhall.        " ,. March ij.   w. Thompspn, Searlc-street, St. Clement's, hiaiijitt, attwHve, at Guildhall... .-' March 8.   C WilcoK, Chevvton Memlip Soniersetshirc, victualfer, at tw gt ru, Kent, couch-maker. J. Colville, Cheaps:de, finen-draper. ind the heira male of his body lawfully begot ten^ by the nsi6es� styles, and titles of Baron Soberton, of Soberton^i in the cointy of Southampton, and 'ViiCduiit An-son, of Shugborough and Orgravc, in the cooniy of StaiFord.  rTbe-King hai been ple.l2S^o grant the dignity of a'Bafon of the United Kingdom of Great Britain ajxi Ireland, to the foHowing Noblemen and Gen. ilcoitu.:- I'fae'Most Hon. John Denis Marquis of Slfgo, Knight of the IlloJtrious ^rdcr of St. Patrick, and the heiff male of hit body lawfully begotten, by the namejjtyle; and title of Baron Monteaglc, ef West-part* ftiihe county of Mayo. .The Right Hon. Hugh Earl oi Eglinton, and the heiri ipaie-of Ms body lawfully begotten, by the natne� >^le,.an(.l title of Baton Ardrossan^of Ardros. i �an, in flje CDtinty of Ayr. ' The Right Hijn� James Earl of L-mderdale, and thejfieirsmale of hi* bp^y laaiiidly-^goriico; ByTlie rtitmCiin^Ie, and title t>f Baron Lauderdale, of Thir. le>tane, in the county n.Moiid:ivJa>f, Miss Hardy, eldittdai-gliter of thelatff Admiral Sir Charles Hardy.    ' ; �__.['      ' f.-lnneed of ver.^ ina.iy; year* i^iilinneacfra' le p.ofess'onHble �hitlwrtOi to-inedlaiethi.-lohtr Tt, frocif or riiiire,; by Uede'^mable .Annyiij, and the Intisri^t aioi)e:r''q"in;d id be Secured' lip-Vi Land, Hon>cv, the Kuiuls, Settlt-nuiirs, J.-iuiifrcs, ,Ch� c(. Praleri ml. :iie5 : But fro:V) pe pledt Hank; oi. h'>;h rt-spertahilit)^, hoiliinRinpre tllHiliiierely perior'ars^^ .turitj isd^^ired. ln,everv neg)tiati.jn coiti led to Mr. jack-sori, and which he undfriake.s, -iti acdompiishmeiit ij> uiiiau-iiiK; Just, pn)m;>t, secret, fr.iilk, ard'Gei1llema:'.fy.' Post paid f.ettrrsi not anohynioiis, addressed (as for some years past) to Mr H. J.ickson, tobe left at ihs N�vv Cha;{te,-Coflie-hiJUse, Dwkcs couit, .LonK-acr�, it from the Counirja -vlU cfimmiiMl an imiiieaiafe answer; and if in London', t Ciirtfulential appointni^M^'at the Aulhir's House, the W^sr (ind of the To.yn/     ' IJeautv, Health, and a Pearly Set of Teeth, may be obtained and prescrvetl to Ola A^, by thrt nse of lUJlJ.ER's RK-Sl-OKATIVE TOoril I'lW D I-K, from ths original Ktcipe of the Lite Dr. P. H. nL-ns-.a ju; and iKitronisevt ami u ed by the Qii en and Princesses, the Empress of Riissi-!, aj'd most of the Nobility.     , brcfi'-, eiadicatii)(? the ftmlnesfr to whirhthe inouth is snh-j'^it from diet.i,t di.-orderea 1 .oixs-; and, by'i,ts htalin.lf, |iuii-tyini;, anti balsauxic qualities, tree;, tiiemouffi from"aiiv uu-piVasaiittH^te. �,.'       � '�    ^ .^v        'I' * � College    Arms, Feb. iji i8p6. TjW JP^obiltty, Privy Councillors Judges, Law. Oflict;r$i;Bafp�f *lWK'S.' and Gentlemen, who propote to MtcnJ &'l~xSMc Funeral of,the^t Hon. William r�tV^'n'':i�    tu,|,iro(iw;d: lfom'<�9iP'aintsd Charabtx " cne thousand twir hundred and fifty one I..ots rf ; the choicest produ^ions of ART, when considerAl j either as spscittieos of fi/.e Printing or with regard to 1 embellishments'as the finest produdions of the British Graver, arc temptations to adventure in Bowver's ' Lottery which cannot Lie got over; as very clearly ! appears by tlic numbers'who are now crowding'to ' Pail Mall to purchase before the Tickets advance in ' price, : whivb, we understand, must shortly take place, as the demand within thee few weeks has in. creased beyond all calculation. Shootikg Match.-A match of pigeon,.shoot,' ing took place at Heston. last^ Thursday, for 25 ' Guiu'eas, between J. Aa&on, Esq. a Gentleman pf sporting celebrity, and Mr. Dunford, who was considered one of tlie first shots in Hampshire. Fifteen pigeons were allotted to each spurtsmaiv; and ,Mr. Duof�rd-commenced the sport, which of these should produce in^t dead birds in fifteen shots. He killed the first nine, and hit the tenth bird without effeft ; and.the eleventh he missed. .The other four birds were dispatched in great style, making ihii-teen dea4. Mr. Aarontulbwed, and killed eleven.biads ducce88iv.ely ; and betting was set^en to four on his performance. The tw&lfth and thirteenth birds were bit without effcft; the fisurteenth he 'killed, and missed the fifteenth ; Jby which he lost the wager, On Wednesday week about two o'clocki in the .afternoon, the.earth From rhe roof of a coal pit, at Horsford, near Leeds, about twenty .yan!ls' vas .killed by thr earth falling upon him; the men. Uycd some tinie after,.and could plainly be heard by the people who fluckei from every pi�rt to dig them out.. - One. 0f them survived tilb'4o*clock_ the next morningj at^ least he was nevcr'aftcr heat'd.' He had previously saitl that botii his fellow sufR'rers: wj;r� dead.   No Jabour was spaf-cdto get them ^^t, but as the people increased ilwir exertions, rtie eartH f'vll.in moru and more, and at last co.-nplctely huried the ii0..r.xuUiers in ber bcuvolr^ ; the same went to a fund fpr the support of the Swedish marine. " This the Consul stated was essential to the � very existence of a mariiie establishment in such a counrry as Sweden. It was iri addition proved that the plaisJtifF had abandoned his ship, and of course that these penalties had attached,to the Captain. On the. part of the plaintifFit was alledged, that the Captain had given I]is consent to il)e.-plaintiff's' leaving the ship, and had agreed that this shoijld forni: �no objeftion t6 his retfeivihg his vvages. Sfn the" abse ice of all prpof, however, oi" any sucl; agreement,.whJIe, at tlie same time, the penaltirs tc which the Captain .was liable in consequeiic^-of th*' escape of the plaintiff, Lord EL^:E^^BO�ouG�^|holJ^gh't ir would he going too far'for the Jury to beKeve tiii.' :Iaft'er assartibnv- The Jury accordingly fouiiJ for tht �defpndanti �      ... budrich, -bart. This'.wa.s.an aftignbroughf liy the plaintiff, ih^ executor pf a servant, \vho had lived ft.r ;nan\- year with the defendant, to recover f'roiii him thi; sum o* 70I. odds, due to the deceased for wages. Ir apjiearing, however, f'i^om the festimonv of the two first witnesses, that I he deceased was kept, by tht* defe:-id,pnr in his house, rather on account o,f hisolc. services than for "any benefit which the deteniiani could receive for his exertions-the plaintiff way non-suifed. : We are concerned to state, that the ship George, from Bengal for Prince of Wales's .Island, having on board fire-engrnes ai^d 400 barrels of gun-powder, has been taken,' after a gallant defence, by L.i Pa r^'Z/e French privateer. The-JVij^f), in company escaped, and liad arrived at tl.* Island on the 261I of Oaober. - On opening the vault belonging to the family o J. Norris, Esq. in the church ofSt. Peter^s'Mancrof, Norwichj on Monday week, a live Bat was found therein, of a greyish cohiur,,where it ha,d proba!)ly laid in a tot lid state, a solitary companion for r.hc dead, more t jan 32 years, the tlistance of time.sinpe the vault was before opened, ^ The General^'uarter Sessions for Middlesex IJegan this day at Hitks's. Hall';, and on Wcdn'etday the Sessions will commence at the Old Bailey." Am'oogsr the prisoners to be tried, are five persons diarged on suspicion of forging the will of Major Hacking"!, who died at Trinidad in 1804,, in order to de:rauil "his heirs of 5000I.   - On Saturday anISxeise Officer was fiillycnmmit*. ted fcr trial fr.im-^the Piibiic, Office, Bow.stre^t, charged with feloniously stealing a quantity of .soap from a Soap boiler's in Drury-lane, wlicre he was on duty.'> ^    _ Saturday at thf; PoHccOlSceiMarfbotough.street, a hackney coachman was .charged with exaiifing an illegal fare, and uttering counterfeit coin.^ The prr-.soner was liircd % a 'geirtleinan, at Covei�r Garden Theatre,, and ordered to dri ve to Percy^street, 'l*ot-tenham.court road., His fare, caicuJaiing Jitoppgcs; on tiie way, atnounted to'3*^6.1. but hc,dei>inded' jsii 't'he gentleman gavethc prisonepis.^ one-poMnd-note' to tjike his dctnant^, jvhpn he ret,urn*a hi��i.throiJiittIf-crovvni; and tos, in silver,' On,e;(amining ?(.cs.�f ..hi'� inbit exvel'wi meniciae, Wet�'�ininatedTlJarei'ay-'s'Ai,f^^^ >iili..uijl!ills, for which ih - ! t i)eimissioTj to ad . niy namj tct the n:o't re--speita'ile M^iiiiturei, in its favour.    1 should imajyne ths ,-.Ariihbishop ot Cahtcrb.u y:s iiaitii of.JtseU'sutfitliMii.:-arid" icknowfcdi,;? 1 Mn'd the pill:, entiiety  ie would: BUlfcr his naniq to De nuds use of but fyi the' \;ood ofthepiibjicjor thatirc'-'nid be.anncxeii'to, any thin& tiiit truth.' ): havi; exjKniinced the s:uindjieis of Iho fo.-iiHl-i-: u>n on which 1 biiili, lor" I was iiibject to t;irnientins .tt^u-, �encies,proi,cv;r.ived ou thi st.i^n^v, which is' affixed on- tnc outiuL: . raiipiif of e.ich box : all n t s^i stam,>ed ar cniia�ii.uice of it-.vnc, who ty :�! hr-^akiKi; out of ai old vviie evil �v.'oaitJlaint (at tend.-d hv >  .o.r.pi>cation"c�f- ''';;h i]� '>^d the be�T tue4'C'4|~ dv-ce w:;ich c^iuid be i.buj.ed,      ined a vi^nety of jMe-.t iie.i cmcs, notniiJH could b� pri;cartd which spenicd to suit  ' 11- case, ort 'do hiin ai'y seivice j 1ns remain �1 if>,a most ^ , duc-dand pitiable i4tu.>tl�n tot two.year^, uiiabUptbllo* ns protctsiun, and sciiroely al)iat�Avarlt'(w even to stand o:� .1.1.-. .  .V .. _ .-      ....1    -I.......       - - ... .)ct IS Iw foui.d an alt:ratio.Vtt,i tlWtJiBltw-! thi? ^iteiarawa .tin toi:rdcr�l,ani��: ��b�li�W humWeseT.i�at t, . THOMAS PURPW.v! Lihrarv, F ?. ;   v :    . , Prepared and Aid by the Sole I'toprletpri Thomas 1?av'tHv : M mb'.-r of til-- R-)yal "CoUeijeof surawrts, Lppdoji a* 1�* iiou�c, No. 9, New Ri!a,^�-srr.et} wnerci.:aftera eou'Hn rcvidaucr Of mors ihaii taty ysais^ in, a pfaftjiie.jiafi^.-.tt. jular'y uiieit il to cure of Veijareal CompltuntSi and tliot* i-.cidaual to the i^irts of Gweration in l>oth,S�Xe�t wifti''  cowjtletabh lowii in Gitwt Bnttur. and Irdamlr in box�sc� , only �s.9 y persons of ejtjher so> RUiy : cwrc tlwInstfyesiAVitlv   y^:. ease, si>ec�,6ocreoy, ami safety, , .        . � 1 N. p. Ev,ry tox rtjlil LvGreit Britain is MaWitpwith Sd it.tWStaiiifvO Jic^T. TaylV, N0.9, Now F^^^ .t'lt li^t/te vthtch is t'^)o"v. a MfajUtlwr^ rriW�l by ors'Tt/.VR'l"      Mfii itmA i.and puMlhJ*...r ,   

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