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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                Mi 0, RUARY 12, 1806. TliEATKf: MOYAL, DKUnV^LAjNIi. TO-MORROW  EVKNlJsO thch' ;MHJcut.s' bwvants wiM aifn Comedy, cnHcd " THK CAsTi;u SI'KCriJK. Ofmond(ad limejt by th� Young Missius j Angel^ Mrs. fl. i.ii�tlong.  ^ . Wth y HR E E Vv   EKS AFT Fit At A K R t A C E. ^rHISPRESEts*T EVENING will b= i erlonhea 1 ^tAC BETH. - rs-tScThjAIP Kemblc 1 Lady.Miicheth, Mrs. SjdJoris. '        \Uth ILAIU.I'QOIN'S MAGNl-t. _ 1^,->norrnw,.Wrkl.(>iiU i wtth '* We Fl);.by N slit." ^j'lMeiSlN TI. E J* ii M, C L E RO Y, iiti<� V lit UWl O-�i *i ^Ii-^^l he 'pai4 to t|i�; interests of the Comity have she frfoiiour tube, Centl'meti^ � .  i     ..Ycttrniost Jkwl�fivl viiddevotsd hamWe SffrVant,    Fihitea aitl Sbld by Goiildiitp, i'hipps, n^^Iinaiue, ard -   -to. N rice:zs. 6J, ; I'astor fi\i er Cigue Angloiao, by ditto, p^.i t�yo t'lvou^ite Triris tor Mrt^iz, ji. Mch i ilta (aVourite  �e, byj \l.,Ziir,>hi, jl^ed ; Dirnsmrihe Oe^tli of bud VisL'ixirti Nfl�>i�, ijerhirmed Avith uiiivera:j! appjiusr, at the Ccriiceri co.-.ipiMedl and a�ra:i�;i;t1 for tlie pi:i-o(orte, by *�:, H�aiJ:mi: .; "Vsliett Hcifly dis-d," a i*a!!iiil, siiiii; by l^frs, .^�!�',at tlie Utth Concerts,Coinpote-t by Vlr. K;m/zi-��!, r�. 6d, ; V hXiiiic Cunionet " i-n tlio Deatli ot Lnrd ViscirtiHt iNelsotij bv ^-t.. Von, i�. ; ^' Swset Maiiaima," a ftvouitie Song, by G. Hyler, is. ; " M\ Mother," a lialFad, ty niom.'*  l!Hiri|�ihin, Js.Jd. j " IVobody cjhiiiig to iii.u- t>. W, " Soft IS tttJ �,H1 ot yo�d:  WiImhi, lis. i " Lr; Retour de.v Vei)d.inj;^.u�s/' a Pasio-�t -loi'tl.c-i4ati) or Pianoforte, with Acconipanyntonts fw a X lotiH aiiiVVioloiiccHo, eompostd by }. .V. Iterrfjidi is. ; "� Li Ch::.ir,".Joi tlie Harpor I'lanotortc, witli all t>l.liKi�to ^ceoinpaiiynienr,. fjf the Violirt, c-imposi'd and dedicated {Sv i)t-f.m-^sim>> 'O Vdss-j'alcer, by J. A. Ireland. Js. r      . J his,diiy IS published,        � ~~ fpKoyaf wo. p;iceiSs. neatly half-b'und^ T^E.W GENERAL AILAS j containirtg diitinil Mapsof art tltt; praic'palStatesand K.ii�i;vJoins  mwclioui fite worUf, from tt\s htest and best AntUority ; .^jfiectiy eujfraved ui ou f IwHy I'lates, Koyal {^iiaito, and liwatJtiiitlly coloured liiitfines. toiirfon : i'rjnfed iof, ami sold by, Tftonrtas n-steU, Vo. 3, A'.'?iYlnrtj.!ane ; and may bff ha i(lr!i, on the Fouriti Day ot Orawiiig, the first , 1*1 uAi'n ficlrft wf!f be entitled 10 ,        . i'WENfV THOUSAJv^.) TVV EVIY-TVVO.' FOV/^OS, /iCid ill drav^nmv the.wme-Duy will lj*'f'r.i��s,. lil-exvi^jonthc fvniv Hay ot Drawing, v�iitl;6j�ltPKfZ^S, -V.lflioia drawn on the Frriit aiuf Scvoncf 0iiys were drawn !' riies. The Money is i;ow pay n.ft tor thr- saine,,o^.e3fUiaii);-tii ;of nitdrjvvn Tic!ii--(i or S'li;�s>, with Aavaiitajjtifo, the f'.irclvjdcrs/ bv MORN-.aV a.id Co. the trid .tabhshed ^Jfate LoTilwy tifflrse*; No. 26, CornhilJ, No. fi, � harnig, 4rOs�v and.S(t> MaTgaTet's-hiH,; BoftjUsh ;, wiicre. No. 8^,839, * l''iz� of .. . , � �      ..>    .....,   "   . ,    . 'fhU rHo�lrsA^''n TWENTY-Trt'O roi/NOs, .i   3. WaVsolcHn. ��t-fARF..^ riie Fitiif Day ofDravffing. WANTliD in'. London, or in the Country an Aptioiurineut tinder C.overninmr, ora bttrratidn in a tfftipeefeilrfe phisinessii.mrh-. a certatnt batlary atiacher' -', � �     �   : � . �   . ^ AiVNUlTii:^' liliOEHN!Ai.l,K.  f'pBN 'Years Pin-fT'ui.sc -vvilT be nirnveiiiately giveti \Xr. t()T AimtKiiJs ftiitfenlably securetVuprn IrceKold, Ci.ipy-Ji,�)d,^'\flong .Lea^ejpW bst'ites, wheit tlk p.irtres have vn �^s?,di'te nii& e'jr,: aiidonflhiciji (by rea'w.-i ot tlis pnwure 'i'lK tirnca),, .\f.^rt;'\"tanffotbtf obtained upon' \3oi�>V�tse. And #il1>t yea�spurchHse-wiUIIke\*�se-be given lor i^nnnTfies for im^j uve-., sj!pur�l! flj)4.tli,|> 1 lis prnpprt.y. ofm-ftlotiey in^ i"ifcFgiKU, x^ere tht p^rtifi h ivc only a life interost. In M�herca-.-?,.'hc'x�im�5ra-AVilhwve thcinc m oVreleeininii; tl c �iinev-r->pi)ly ytrscuvdif)*,, or by letter^ to" Mr. Kini;, at hR N-mve;. 8,: Jijhn-suwt. AdelphV.     . ^       : .....: CARAg PIXT tsJces th6,Kbejty.tu jpfonp her fT I iibna*iirid the I^iiljliorm c6�fceqiience ol theDeLfas, oh ve r .a�(r yKTbun-d) th^f'dhtf'caT'iit.^ on the Hiisitiess^ of the' is lyjji [\>. ivm^t .i^^rhe' W Ime-.tfart;; and tli1*t �h� bt-.^t ftcdoni- '"''"��'y'''^' .t^.Pfp^^'ly^V -. ,VOCAL GONCURT, NP.VV ROOMS, HANOVliK-faQMARE. MESSRS. HARRrSONi.BARTLEMAN, and C;Ui:Arni'fr N'tlinn's 'r>-inb"-^Norris ; Stfcns t'rcjni V'yiatinic Lovs,-"� H.)ik ! tny Djriilc.ir." rntf,Sulo (ijrts by .Mr>, Vaiicuaii, Mr. Pditifnun, a.;d Chorus-risica'i ; S-jenii,' M-s Dickons, " All' .'mint i!,oi" -N ni-min.; N'.;w Clu:, fjur voic-'s ,(ii'oVcr pt-ribir.ie.l), c'-irtiiws-'d 'ciprssily for thasc Ciinceris -i>r  ClH.'ic ; >iew porxcrrc;, llartliii.in; "As 1 SJW- tair P !oiru" - Hayflu ; Rfc' kiuI Sm.g^ , j-JWriiAslitf, Kaicv.*e 1,'ye linjpul^ SptirtiCs-sitidHr. kIs'- j Hiiri.Jipij iVItVitarv ayaJplitriy. Air^ ^U. Uartiaon, and jtuU Ch^a�r*^'t,*6lTie, ifVoii d.ire"'-Puicrn.-^ �it). ' Ahr by ii-odii; li.irniQnize.i lor fonr voic ii, by Mr. Crsatorek,- New Sc'ik-, Tfafali-ai';'' ! ..!.s, Mr.^ �Bartkmin, with full ChoIti!^ (comiiosd c.\pisssly for inese Congeris),-r-Dr. CuJlott : I'rio for Violin, Violoncello, and DiOuble ilass; Mr. VVcichseU. Mr. t ii.dlev,, aiVdMr. Dra-^oii'ietti-r-Hiindsl^uidiVIartini; '>bnK. Mrs. .Ashe, *' Ah tate,' O Diu, dipialit.iliass.ooa.  From U'lsy liow;.-rs,'-' Mrs. DiciJoiis.-iHiri.-'-ll; Naval Ode, " The Wooden Walls," mr i! Voices iHid full CiioiUi-Dr. Ariii'. iVIiss Parke',^ tirj.t piiil'orniance wilt he ort Frid.iy, lite 21st iti.tant; M id'infe Ulailciii'son the iSih j a.i.l Nliss i-iriglibiti's on tl>e 7th6f.March.   - ituduois will bs opened at seven, and tlie. Perfontiance co.Tiinfflce pri'Cii;ly at ei^lii o'clock, i ne NoDiaiv ai.d Ccntiy aie ropUiiltully enueatid ti� ilirrit iiieir Coaclnnen to set d 'wn and la/e up with the horss h'.'lds towarus v.eoiRr-strcet. r lit d'li.ir 111 H.iMovt^r.siiei't in lor c'liv.irs ontN. Mr. Townslwt.d willaricnu at tllo head of ih^r Pulice OHicers. �he^ inl��ha.riot�^ofsitcfc,-*'MILVARt>:' JJ^^'f^? fr�n� lfid\�jtljejij�gpHwgis.o�)�iit. has cjj.t pic - V(�||ljbfe!!l�l5 rtijSs�lfiiflV%foffn*s'jrife'V/oijifify ind the.' |BXflWj;h*,Sffltsl!fO'J'.W*W*(�to�iweW now fornw bneot^lSif |iis�ias(f a8jMfiWB>it!.9f ^pods'iev'er. wtnfs*^!, at pmce* alRj-d'f I? -pediHiitfijWifnfaW,' F&nliirifeVdjid individual'!. ht\\n>^ the AJl^�^$�vri^ifto^�^�lttV of 'fHAtehaiSnl LinWs,"- |htrtn(ure�,'^ Wjjj>imsj.te., m,(i>y-l^(!:^(\x,iti^m^,>P'i domy, if the .whale--�iV-' Ainvd^, mthc ,*ery centitfol the watkcf, t^gonuvrcuuhtj �lUrlu$iSkr�nftr'lJiftitlii.'fbi^ CJenjl�me)i�a NySkj,  KfnMri�h tjajubrios,.    tUrf^h �itlf)yrl6V t-tf^-aVVhiiffi , 'iltird . ^Mn'its' who Hew and el'.'t?tnt Upliof-tkiry ai'd Cnbrnft W�re ro'jins and MunutaCloxy, 58, Upper Ni.vrviejaiic-jtioi.":, tnd ot iljw-land-strcet, I'ortlaml-pl.c:. JOHN M'LliAN and SON, Ciibinft Muk<^r5 and Upholders, b--g leave to return Tn.niks to tiiC Nobility and.< the disti.iguisbfd TreohoW Villa, with aificos, aftd f8 BcreSo'FirteadoW land, tnibe Sold by Private Contrail. PArr ficuUtn {ind tickets for viewing may hn had in Cove|it�gai*ien, � WAvi;;^^HfRE. '     ��N.'^-. � � ". T R mMO L D    AN iTf O N - H O U .S ! .V N D P AH K,' ;M A -NORS, ADVOWSON.S, and fcbTATES. rriO be SOLD  by PRIA^ATE CONTRAGt^ X all that capitai,' modem, and well built Mansion HoJu^p, palled' N^>KiVIAN COVji^l HOySK, with,the Paik, GardeiiS, C63 nginu'< And all W9eivriryeHtepstve and: valu|i,blf Fr ntpiistiiiJ;,th(8,Al�iiors-,ot AVest t'yth.ri'y and Bromghton, arl.iimb<:rs andof I'^xp tiiiuntal Plirlotpphy and Chemistry ;iie applied to a scri-s oi- e.isy, entertaming, and instrutiive. exptrnnt^nts, among vvliich aro all tlvoae commonly perfpfni-cd wiih cards-. � � �       �y WILLIAM HOOPER, M.D,      ,\   � " T� mi.y be proper to i.-xpl:iin to those pcrs ns wh.T are yet U'lactpjaiiited wiili this valiia    and interesting work, that it contains,          '      ., i. ;tec'eitlons in .Arirhmeiicand Mechanies. a. Recreations in 0,.tii.-s,    luomatics, and Accusucs. 3. Rucriations ihPneumat.cs, Hjidrjiogy, and I'yrotech-t.'.cs. , 4; Rece-itions in EIeflrii..rtv and Marnctism; - 5. iVliscellanjo.is R.cr.-Jiionsv iiicliuliiig thas; on Carets. The v.'.lolc leriikitj easy aiUl familiar to tha i;ieai,v;st capacitv. 1 Printed f-ir Richird Phillips, No. 6, Biidga-strest, BUck-Iriars, a.;d' to he had otall ''nok^.eilcs.     ' � . ADMIRAI-TY OFFldE, 'aitiiary 17, ,8o4. "^'OTICE is hereby giveji,U3al uSeiib'u of Ojer \f  n^'^iiE TRIUENT OF ALBION, an Epic EfFn-X sion ! and aii Oraiion on the infiuL-nco ot Klocution i:n Marti.il Eii:hns:asm; with ai. Anilri'ss to tne S.^ADE 0^ K !; L.-^-i) .\ ; (1.'hvt'red at the Lvceniii, Liverpool, on Oe-ca m;i o' th* ! ite glorioiii Nitval Victo'v. lo which is ttie-hxea an inti->di.cl .ry Diacuatae on tne nature and object of Ulocut(onary Sfir-ncc by JOHN THELWaLL, Professrtr of the Scisace and     .   . 'Piailic; of. Ll.jcutun. Solr^ny "R. Phillips lindgr-itreeti Bl.ickfnars,,.londoiv; anrl iljc 5ooi(Sf!ltrs ill l.ivcrp'-'ol,:&c.   - - �'   ' -   t'ttpULAR lNTRODUCTl-;)Nto:ASTRONOMy. Tt;is. Diy is published, illu->tra'ted with numerous large Oopiser.phites, nn a plan eiit.rely new, -price 4s. and 6d. � witti an allowance to .Schools, �    r    ; ^^HE WONDERS of the; TELESCOPE, or a X Display ot the VVondcs of the Heavens and of the S,stem of the Universe, wriiten n. a familiar and pOpnlar niMnner, adapied particularly to the perusal ot yo.nng.Persons, and efpecnlly c.''ciliated to iromoie and snnplif^?iKe study ol Astr.n .rfty tr) Peisonsofall Ages. Primed for Rfc1ta>d Phitlips^ Eridge-strcet, Blackfriars ; and sold bylabart ahd Co. at the livenilc Library, New-liond-strcct, ami by all other bookellers. Of whom also may be hadj The VVON")I-;  to aNohleiiian m l.oivloii,wri'ieii di!rin>; the iVii;f ti>s ./t .-ingiist, Sepieniber, and Oct-ber, 1805. Contain-ng, \Mi,h nu^ti-'rous AiwcdOtes, upwards nt '/ne HuinU-d t 'riijuia! Portraits ot Princes, I'rincesses, V.l inisters, -A.ni'-a'ts.ums, lntri.;iiers, GerfW.ds, ami l-avoiirites, now li>-,'.iiii g 'iVr Civn.tts, in Camps, ana in Cal)in-Jts, up-on th-.: Coniin-'in. Printed for J. Murray, N'o 3�, Ueetustreet. .     'I Ins Day ispiiblished, ASTATEMENT of the FACTS relating to the CHAUCI'S birnm!it aiiamst-Ca-'t. lUJSUll.L, late Adpita-it of ih' 4t'i Hattali n of Carmari.-it;ns!iire Volnnteeis.with the entire sancliop, and at the req;,c,t ofthe Oiliccrs ot the Corp.s. U>' RICH. I. STARKE, >�st ^^1J')r of thai Caitalion, Lientinant ot Division for the Hundre;! of Deri lis, &c. Qm.l tristes c)u?rlmonla; Sl non supplicis cul|)a rec-ditur ? .        FIOR. .Brecon, printed tor the Author, by      and G. Ni.-rth ; and sold t->y Me.isrs. L^n^'iiian-Hiid Hnr.st, Paternosier-ro�v, Lon-d'.-n, and by all the Book^esL'rs 111 the Kin;;d.)m "    � COWRIE'S CONSPIRACY.    , /rhis d-iy w�s pirb!:sl'.ed, lii one volimic. hne Demy 8vo. i!l"t.t>ar.;d wuh a grojind Pla.n and biiiunriil I'latei, ME M O R A IJ I L Ij A    of   PER 1' H. Price los. 61.m fcoaids. . CONTENTS: Guide to the c;iry.-Historical Mcmonmia, from 1160 dpwiiwards. -Tne Rev. AleV, Duli's irailitumal .'^ccMiint in IVr'h ot the. Deatn ot Gowrie-Charters lelatiiw to the Privileges of Perth.'-Lists ot- tlie Miniafers and Ke.:tors of the Grammar School and Academy ;-ami list ot i.e Subscribers tor building tiie Biidj^e and the I'ubfc ."iciiii-nuiii-s. ,.        �, . .. . Perth; Published by Wm. Mori isson ; anil 5 . 3i Avemaria-Iane, London ; and may behau ot ^very Bo^kseiler in the kmndoin.   .      . -    Tlus day was puh!ish(til, in 8vo. price 8s. m boards, FEC rs of Civil IZATION on. the. PEO-PLE in EULUfFEAN S IWrES. To which is addwt, an Appendix, containtngf Observations cn Mr. Maitluw s Essay Oft Population. �- Uy CHARLES HALL, M D.  Jn whi hthe natur; ^fctviPr/ation, wea.'tfi, iVianufaflures, and commerce is phlla.ophicafty and polit-caUy iiive-1(. gHte^l; and they are domonstrattfd to bo essentially anu necessarily pipiluClive otiwant and inuery t* Ihe gieatt�ass-of Mie �m'pie; and of re.-!! wt!ll�npss tothe,Stlte itself,-and only ip-' adeiiwlly be.teficul fothe few-, Aiid to thetn it�4 vtry }imit-pd and quafified (P4ni)er , Printed tor the Aijthor ;^ aid. wld by Tlptpa^ (h,ttl\, Wo. 3, Avemaria-laiis ; and may hs liiid df every ]3oQ|cseU*r 40 thehngdoWf >^ i    ."I'lTis d V wis piiwfihcd, p�le'ks,'sfc\ved,      " ' jCOME   FRI^'PLY   CAPTIONS  to  the .Cl HRAPS of IJAMJLIJiS .Mid vtt.rHUR^, n��i.. hary 10 b?bbseiyrd, 11,0,der to pr<^^crye! H�� ig als i. aft) pi? Pited^dni^ tu- mt^t wh^ m-tend tho blLk, VVoim-iuft Chitd.Ptsaf,*'J^cO V  l^       . ^,h�.'  lptii*a, and btr.PK'X rewmnun i�i'to jhe noti^.�.oit all J iiml.es, .   '        , IJreutford :.yPrin'ed,fcrthe Aiirhoc, byT>^tiiftbiinf j-and scTdby 0�ieiJ, Avsnt�rJ�>'l;�n�v *" ' - .   ^,     * *lnO the LADlE-S.^BAGA'/iET's ORlfiNTAt X �DEFIL.'WTOKY, for removal,. St/PLKFLU01j!5 HAIRS tr-.m tUe J-ACE, N CK,UUMS, ftc, and for improving the COMPLtXION. "Bjie above has new for many 'yars been �?taMis'ird ifirongj .ui Engljnd and oft the 'fcoiituicnf,- a-j tin; ii>ly De(yilat<''-yc�e. '.iter..:! 1.1 r!ie pub'-iic whic'h unites a mildness or uperaiiott {�; not to irritate  even the delicate sitin of an intaitt) wi^ti inUUiile ar d pei- � m.incnt etS acy. In Turkey an-i Kgvp''i from wWnce it was at first b-'vUght to thrsicounny by.Liiy -^t'W. ~T -_,e, the Liidies, whaarc delicate iu'lfieex'Jtertei notio' Iftr^ single.hairio remain whiciv they c-niceWt irregtilai- -^r t.,trii-sivc, make useof this pfejKiration at lAe barhs ; .  . ,&c."   ,:\ , N: IV. Obseiye that each Bottle is closiW sealed 1,^, and sipn.edon theiMver 'f. Bagaxefi inthe Probriet.fi i rami wr;t  iit>', to liiiitat^whtch ilk a .felony.-Pi\ce 3s. 6d,. .it;. u..f - ' tie.   An abafeine'nt of one shilling in six pottles. Sold VVholesale, Retail, ami frrvt-xport.Uion by Me.sr?, hhaw and Edwards, St.' i'aut's Cniirch-yatd; and may be Sad of alf th; rcsp^dablc and establ.shed Vcixlers and I'er-fittiierii'lownin and Cotintt};.  _ . .   . i^EPARED CHARCOAL,   and' CONCEN- TRaTEI) SOf.UTiGN of CHAR>.(iAL. tor Clean-sirJg, Whiieiiing, and Freservinsths Teetli repioving the Scurvy froip the Aluuth and Gurris, antt c^rrectitig loeiid Broath. 1 E. LARDNCR, Cliemistto their Royal Ifigh.icsses the noke'and Duchess of Vjrk, begs respectftilti- to iiiTor.'n the Nobility andTiibl:c, who have honoured hini by the use bf his Prv-pared Chucoal, that he h.ii purchased a' Recipe for -rendering Ch.lrcoal s.'iubFe, which, fronri its efficacy as an Ant.iceiiti'-. he has converted rrito a mo.-r agreeable Month-Wash, toompaay the use of the fowj.-r, and flitters liiinsi.-U it will be tounil as cfHcacious- in rsmoving the Scur-, vy lipiii the Mouth and Gums, preserving them in ahealthy state' ar.it corrcctinii: leetid breath, as his Prepared Charcoal has bciii t.ir preserving and whitening the Teelli.- The very . j;real reputation^wh clil.ardner's prepared Charcoal has ac-ipiired, has induced a number ot persons, .who vend Meai-cines, to prepare a Powder whuh tney sell under tlife sime lume. T he Proprietor, hiving no doubt but that the Coii-cen.rated boliition of LliarC'>al will also be imitated", he thi.iKs It necsssary to reqiiest that the Nobility and Public wiU b2.particular in observing, that every Bottle or Pox sold by his appointment, is signed " td.nund Laritnvr,"-none oilier is ginuine. Si.iil wlioicoale and retail,  with printed direchons, for their use, and Observations upon the interestmg pmperties � of Charcoal,     t/ic Propruioi, at his house,- No. 56, Pic-caiiilly. -        ~ The Concentrated Selution, 1h bottles of tos. 6d. and &1. and is..ea�h,-I'he Prepareil GharcTal, m boxes ot ^s. each, or la for One (Juiiiea j and retal oy R. Nr'wterry, comer ot St. Paul's Church-yant ; Messis. VVarrcn ami Co. No. 41, and Mr. Uigge, No 6j, Chsapaide ;Mr. Davison^ >lo. s9, FJeet-street ; VVr. Ward, No. j24,Hotboni; Mrs. Lynnott, Grenville-sfeet, Brunswick-square ; Mr. Vade, No. 46, Coriihill; Mr. Viiier, Ltond-Mreet, and Mr. Wright, ,Wade's Passage, Bath ; Mr. Nash,- Bristol Hack ; Mr. Dtt. naldsuii,. Mr. Vtilk.;s> and Mrs Gregory, Brighton ; Mr. Fitcli, IptWieh i Mr. Blafeeney,- Wiidsor ; Mr. Blake, Maidst.ine i Mr. Robinson, Tunbridge Wells j Mr. Burgess, Ramsgate; Mr. Betterson^ Margate; Mrs. R^ickstrow, Market-Place, and Mr. Luder, High-street, Oxford; Mr. WaibOn, Petty Cory, Cambridge; Mr. Miire, ReaUmg ; Mr. Kutf, Cheltenham ; Mes is. C .le and Smith, Deal ; Messrs. Neales an! .>'in, l^ovl�r; Mrs. W^;d, bnipaion on iitour : and Mr. bwtntcn, l.eKCster, Orders, enclosing a B:Mik Noie or Draft payable in Lon-do.>, will b-j puiiMually exeeuie-.l, and sent to aii> pirt .;t ' the Uiireu Kin^do-!!, and the cnaiige (itanv) ftmue. kv:lh Ific I'o^.-ds.__�_____     ._� . /"^llWiVH^ lb, ivK-atcii.c \ oiklers, and Peitumersj AlV lesidir.g 111 the Coiiiitrv, -vlio vvi-h to b.- ap-ioti.ied AOENTs tor thi- SALli oi LAR;>N�i r, No. 56, Piccad'.llv; and shoulti th? rete-eiice b; sa-uslactury, the hrMi qiunitu w 'l be sent upon s,iW o- return. . 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FaLil's." ei.g avd iii th6 si;t.nps. liRCURV, excessive Diinkiny;, d-c. which im-povensnt.ie nloiil,.weaken eie nerves, impantne t.i-cuiiic-s and niiist coiisijqnently revluce the conStit'ition to a si.ite oT mK-rv worse than deatn, HWN FUK's RtS JC>-R.A I I V e 1�A l.S.-\M is the nrst Medicine in the world for rejti ring .ind invigorating iu� canstuutionsu: ptrscns WcaV-en.tl and deailit.'.ttd by u course ot mssipiied plc.tsiires,. or m.leed tvy any mher-cinses. Every nay produces tr sh ac-cu-.sis of tins iiivfiluaolp Restorative Altdicme;--tor Con-snnvpt-.oiis. Loss ot Memory. Dimness pf S'ghtj.'liem-tiLii/!^, Feebleness, Horro-s ot the-Mind,. 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