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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 13, 1806, London, Middlesex                                XHEATtili llO^AL, DRUUY-l-AWl-. hPHIS PRESENT EVi'^^'lNG their M<�jc.ti:!,' �JL* SefVanlB wiMatla ConicH.V, eallcil . THiv CASTI.U Sl'KC TKK. . Osii:K)nn(2d Hfirie), by the Yoiiiig Roscius-i AiiigeU, Mrs. �   With THREE WErfc*? AFTtvR marriage: v;SirCharles Racket, Mr, KHi�tQii.   L�vly Racket, Mrs. Jordan. .. - v , I'o-morwwj The Tr.ivellprs, witT) the^Voatlierc-ck.   ^ \j,,  , THfi.ftTW!'; KQYAU C'ViiNJ-tiA.'.iJKN. ^';|^fiiS PRESENT EVUMNG will be pcrioimcJ - . VJiLD OATS, . t'o which will be aiUIsd, bv oeruiission ofihe Proprietors 6t Theatre Royal, Hjj-.jiia-kct. the Farte bl LOVIi LAUGHS A ll.OCKSMlTHSf. To-h�orroW, The Game.-tCT.  Mrs. Beverlev, Mrs. SkWo.is. PlZAR.ro. 'Uolhu;by: the. Young KtKcrus, being his tirst appearatica }n tlft1-a>itfgk. Admittance to fic*\ Painting one slnllinK. . , MR. and MISS GILrWAY, Professors of Music ajid Dancing, have the honour to inturiirthe Public ingeneralthpy willhavetlieir BliNtur BALLon 1 hu^^. day, the jiyth Febiuary,.iSj6, at their AssiMnbly Room,^ Nv. 5,'tBv�er Jamcs-srreet, Gqlden-squ.irei Mrs. Gillway begativ favour-or fi'.dse Ua^iies and Gentlemen who will honour her with their company, to-apply for iivkctsai'early As poSsible�as none will be isiucd after 73 o'clock on Thursday, the a^th mit. 1 icket* los. 6d, to admit a Lady and <;entlein�n, tea and ?oflee inclu<.led. No Ladies need api)ly jtor tickets but those otrespcclability. A harp, three violins*, and a tambourine, will aitrnd. 'Mr. G. gives private lessons every morning in the fashionable jcotch and I ri.\h sieiu,'8 Ictsoiis for one guinea ; he engages to complete any Lady or Gentleman, of any ag:r, Tn 16 leason$, Ht to dance in. any assembly in the thr^e' ki gdunis; likewise, he attends Neblemei's and Gentlamen.'s children dt their own houaei, I lesbonSjfoj: one guinea ; likewise, he gives private lessons to Ladies antl Gentlemen, athisown house,; litm7 tilj tj in the evening, Mr.-G. teaches, likewise, the teiicing and , IJ.road Sword Exerttisc. Miss G. teaches the l*ian,i-forre, at one guinea per qi6arter;^nd ths Harp, 8 lessoni for \)ne guinea, at herpwii'ltouse, 1  T      .        quiLDHAI.l.,. I.ONDIJN.   '   :    To SCULP rORS, MODELLERS, &c.^&C. rr^HE . Goilrtmittee a{5)Ointed by the Court of JL  Ccmmort Council &f tht^.City �f JLondun, toc^rry into '. fn the Guildhall aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 23,1 ol Apri^, J806, at t)neo'clo(.k precisely, to receivo Models or Designs tor such Monupient, wuh Proposals (sealed up) for executing the same; and tUe Committee rei^utst the rii^pec-(ive Artists will t'lacc some distinguuhiKg mark on Ins Wodel or Design, winch should correspond wilh. tulpture, executed . t>Y hinu.fU. _______ FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS. ; NOBLEMEN and Gentlernen possessing Inccunib arising trom Fieehold Estates, Clm.ch {.ivmgs. Marriage Settlements, �r any other Property, and tlioic h-iving J'ersoiial Seftiirity only to oflcr, mdy be accommoilateii witli. tlie wh'de, otany part ot the above Sum, on liberal Terms, by paying Annuity Interest tomhe samf, wi'h liberty to re-turn the Principal at tlie plea-ure of the Borrower.--L;Hers addressed (post p.iul) to NSr. Hemaiing, N >. 23, Saville-ro�v, llurlington-streef, London, will be avtend.rt to j but 110^persjiial application will be received. \ T> OBInSON ani HOLMES, No. i, Essex-slrcct," ,XV PERUKE MAKERS to his Royal Hillness the I'rince ot Wa'es, and to the The�rre Royal Covtnt Garden, iT^ost respecltully asiuie the Nohjlity and Gentry the great ;i.^lrqnage and encoiiragcinen' they have received has caused �hem to be indetaugabl rturingt k Sunnn;r r-icess, in making such nnproveiiitn! in their P tent Perukes as when seen, must ensuie general ai probatio 1 ; they nut only pnduce the >trecl t;'e Patent was obtained tor, which was acorrewl iniu tajionof Nat^ire, but displ;iy nth.iite taste; and noih'ng can declare their excellenceai^d utifny so much as persons luv-ing been induced to advettis-; under the apve'lationauf P-atent Perukes, to delude a ger.ercus public; 110 Patent has been granted but only ui.der R. and H whets this iippc.ir4('.ce of Nature has been the principal objeftot the lovfiitors. Printed Instruclions ma) bs had us above, �ir measuring file head lor theconvemcnce of OentlciiKn ri.�i.hiij{ at a tiis-lUiic*. Orders tiaiisnutted from the Country must be ac-�;ompiiniedvvi.tn a reference lor Payi^ieni in l.�ndoii.   ^ TVyjONEY.-Messrs. LUCAS and Co. beg leave JLVjL -to infjrin tJiose that may be in wa. t, and drsnuus of b.^rrowing .temporary or pernianrnt Kiuiis of Moii'.'y, an 1 Yiossensedul any. as.signahle pKiperifi th.it-fhey niay.he su'p-, plied with lany butuoU fair aiid equituble tt-Tcis, by paying . i�� adciiuattfAHnutty Interest for the sinw. As also money *vi� beadvancsU to thijscof ktiowrt piojjerty, on aheir per-sohal security. , l'dtienuig.the. disease,' by lediouj ticaiy, injurious expusuie, speciou* ex-, ii^igff,5anahnaltii;�8(ppoiirtmentv1 JF�wiii tf;i> ibut t.io just)* 'JH^tf'itXt&kit'jtndopulence vtfnls connecttaiin (the distinguish-ed'tneed of vei'y mfiny yen't's iinimpeachaSIa p ofjsiionabtu pj�t6IJeel efv)j;>le-4um, as hithettOjto meituve'thc lout utitrnm butipot.^pta 2o,ojol. urMiiure, b.r Kcdcemubte Annuity, afitl the Ivitere>t aljnu rtxj .ired to b-f 6iti>ir�i upon Land, Houses, the Funds!; Settlements, Jointures, Climcn Preteri qteuts, 4/idotnar Lite Incoiites:- lint fro.11 purple ot Ra>ik, ofhighre.spcct.ihility, nothing more th^n m'-refy |;ur.onid te (AilHy IS ds.ifetl.v ijn evcrv liegitlati 'n co.iii ..ed lo A!r. lavk-f^Pi'MdjWli chrhc und.'it^kes; itaa - omplishnientis u:,tair-> . MB/Just,.proijipt,-secr.-t, liaiik, � d (ienthma.dy. , Po.t.nakf l.eitcr� nw anonymoR^, iduns-.m (us for so(ne 3Wi�ri(r*sr)%p Mr H. J ;jtk8.in, to Iw l�5ttut iheNsw Chapiei -.,'Sft �V^'^V^*'"**^'-*'^**�-'''�"8''^ff� " '�"�'> iIie.Ci)Unify, Will. coirunaiiU Un nmmmatp answer; and if in Loiulo.i, a �Slt?3wU'^eof ir; n Jvliiigot, and tlie rniut'indei- hi a mwth, inli tlii ALijeity's yic-iitu/ii/i); .SA/i.cs ill Oej'l/oiJ ; and to he {i*id fat /lyBiliipAyiiiitf luiti) iKteitsI, uiitify djia dflcf dale. Tbi CiAitdilions bf tht Ciiliucl mjyie see/tat the Secretary's Office. ... t ty Tindei it ti-O'cb the pricf stall lot be hi^f Ird in icw'./.r atU'igib, or I'latsljj'l not he itl'vereA iro the Doufd /'cfoie Oite o't'lark on the  til":g ' \euied uvj, ..�nri!r tlt.tct,.'wikdf.inn weuiberi f ,>y'sJfic-tuulli�j^ I -cmisa at � Vlyili'^ulh 'a nd is outhdowii ; und to be find f:r by Billr, f(i)iu!ne, luHb interest, utneiy doys'ifier d.ite, Tbe CmJitions cf tU Contract Hfuy ie seeu ai the Sarelary's OJjiet. :   *.-   �. � No regard vjill be b^J to any Tender i^ jubico tht-frtce shall not be inserted in ttmdt at length, o>- that shall not be delivered to tbe BuitrJ bejnre One a'Cloc^ j�i ^rbe- surd /'Kdiieiiiis);, tbe iqlb in t. nor unless tbe person -who makes tbe lender, ui same per.0,1 onhls behulf, attends, to ans-wer-whin railed fo>, TBURSBAY, FEBRUARY V6, PURSUANT to i Decree of the High Court of I. haiicery, bearing date the jth day ot July, 1805, made in "a Cause wherein HOl�liH r Ht>L i". IJutchcrj .and bthei-s are Plaintiffs, and S-VVIDEL CMUXCHILL and anoMicr afe Defendants, the Creditors olthe Rev. Sir JOHN :rHOMAS VVHEATE, of Leclulal?, "in the County oj loiicciter, Bart, arc onor betore the ;th day ot March i8j6, to i:ome in and,prove ihi:ir l>ebt8 betore baniuel Conipton Cox, fcstjuirc, onto! the Masters of the said Court, at liis Chambers in Southampton Buildings, Chancery-lant, London, or in d-fault thereof they will be petemptorily excluded the benefit ot 1 he said Decree LACKINGTON, ALLEN, and Co. rcsiea. fully inform the Public, that Mr. CUMBER-LAND's Memoirs areniw in a course ui delivery.-^Besides.the ample account which the Author gives of liis Lite and Writ-ings, the Work is interspcrs>:d throughout with An?cdores and Charadters of several ot the most distinguished Persons ofhis^time, with whom he has hadiutercour�e anvUbnnexion; It iselegantly printed in the royal   sizj, embellished by tine engravings, the price I'wo Gin.neas.in boards.  A Sixth Ertitioi\ot the much admiied sacfed Poem, by tlie saine.Autltbr, enthted. Calvary., or The Death ot Chn!.T, elegantly printed in two pockei soluraes, is aljo just published: the price izsi in bcafds. � 1 Finsbury-square. . This day is published, at his Majesty's Prisiting (Office, near Gough-squarei Fleet'Street, in quart �, price six-peuce, also, a smaller Edition in 8vo. price jd    ' AFORM �)f PRAYER, 10 be used in all Churches and ChapeU throughout those pats of the Un ted Kingdonrt�iilied England a..d Iieland, cn Wednc::day, the Twenty-six^tlt of February t8u6, beiqg tiieiiay appoint.'d by Proclai>tatiu|iJb{ �(�ensfu Fast and Huniiliatton before Almighty God,'to be 6bserv%4 in the must devout and^so'-Icinn ounner, by sending up our Pravers and Supplications to the Divine Majet^'; tor obtaining Ptfrdonofcur Sins, and for averting those heavy judgments which our manifold pro-vocitions HaVe; most justly deserved ; and imploiing his blissmg aitda*�tjt�nce^n tlicatmsothii Majesty by sea and land, and for resronng at>d^perpetuating Peace, batsty, and Prosperity to h�injelt,vai}>IJe�-hi�K;mg'.um. !)� hisMij^sty'sSpTroial Command, London: PcitTfed by 6eori;e tyre and .'Vndiew Srrahan, Printers to the Kiiis's most fcxcellctit iViajesty 5 and sjld by the Huokvellers in I ovvn and Country. SCOTTISH BIOGRAPHY. In a few Da.ys will be imblished, in a neat and closely printed Volun- . with Por:raits price 5s. in boards, BIOGBAPHlA SGOllCA J or, a Scottish ITio". graiihical Df-lionary ; ciint.dning a short account ot the L1V E S and VV R1T1N G S of rhe. ttvost E M1 .M I. N r I' 1; R -SOiySand REMAKKABL&CHARACTERS,NA I 1 VI � t)f SCOTt.AWD-^ tiom the eailnst ages tothe prcicnt itm.*-Wy j. STAUK..^ -rrinffid for Archibald Constable anJ'Co.; and Ogle and Aiknian, Edinburgh; ]ohn Murray, Fleet-street; and R. 0..le, Hulbjrn, London. '       - . LlFE Of S.VlbLLET. This Day is published,- m 8vo. price 7s. in bo.trds, the Fourth Edition of THE LIFE of TOBIAS SMOLLE'l', M.D. with Critical Observations cn his Works. IJv Rt)BKR T ANDERSON^ M.D.        Printed for'Mumlel and Son, Edinburgh ; and sold by John Murray, Fleet-street; a.d Longman, Huist, Kces, and Orme, P.-iternoster-row. , Fl.lM ILA.VIS. This. Day is publtalicd, m three closely lUinted Volumes, small 8vo. with eleven Plates, ]>ricC'il. i>. in bu4i.ti$, th-Second Editton, materially altered and enlargrd, (>f : FLL\J FLAMS;  or, the'LIFE and ERRORS of my UNCLE and his KKItNDS.  A' Liteiary Ku-mance.   vVith Illustrations an aiiies's-strcct, London; qnd sold iili  An Apology tor'Flim FUiiia, by Mr. Bobtail, Commen-tator; ..      , .   ;� � ,        ^ARlSrCTLE's LOGIC.     .,-This dayis publisl^d, in a small volums,Dnc*^?. boa'ds, AN ANALYSIS .ind URIEF.. ACCOUNT of ARlS'fO ri.E's I.OGIC6. Bythelare THOMAS REID.U.D, K.R.S.EtL Professor of iMoraLPhilnsophy in the University of (.Jas^ow.. ' A New Ednii-n, corrtctud and iir.ptoviid, by Du^ald Stewjrt.   � '�" � � Printed for Willinm Creech, E4inburgh; ^UJd^ti^^>)^ John Mwrriy> 3z, rket-stryet, London.     . - - "* - MR, �HUE'!rPOi.iVi.*      :,.    " This-day   published, lu an eL-gant vol.iine, small 8vo. the � Second Enrtion, wuh a new Pretace, and adviiUoival Notes, -j�rKe 7s. boards, .   �  RHYMES on  A R T j or, i|ie REMON. STRANCE ofa PAlNTIi,K ; in TWoPaKL-S.~, vCitii Notes, And a I'relace, including Stndures on the' Staieof the Arts, Criticism^ Patronage, and Public Taste, It* MARTIN -AKt;.HER i�HEE, R.A. Prlntetl 'tor John Murriy, Flyot-street j and J, Warding, St. Jahies'a-iitreet, London.   .      :. . 'KKVOLU I'i^^tx ' r KOiHii. This i)ay is publiithed, ni 8vo price 6s. in boards, with a Medallion ot t�e Pope, a .Vs-of^he Eccresiasiical States, a Plan oi Hoi>ie, anuu:her illu^iiaiiVe Plates, the Sticund .EuitTon,-.' V     � ...      ,      , ABRIEF ACCOUNT of the StrBVERSION of the. PAPAirOO /^^kW.XtlvNT.   T gether with Staieiocni it tJic Piivate^Unndiict ot {he F^ioh, drawn from ih^*if� sf .AiirhcnJf." Kuutcesot iiitonnaiipni-or.from 1 rans-actioii* t� �*1iich,ihc Autlior wjts witness, durins an acluar' rosidtaice m RouKi      �    ���'...>(�     < v       ...t^.': :   My R. l)UPP.V �        " Printed (for J h'n Murray, FL'? |i(in"r, Esq. price 7s. boards,        .  OR I E N r A L    r A L E S ;  in   VERSE, hy J. tiOPPNER. Esq. R,A. Printed for John Murray, Fleet.street j and J, Harding St Janies's-strct, Lon.tijii. TRAVELS IN RUSSIA, Pi;R.StA, ANDCUNA. -Till.-. Oay U published, in oi)e VoIujtk, oilavo, w.th liirga and accurate Maps, pricJ las, 6d, in boards, the I hiid Edition, of /  THE Celebi-ated TOAVELS of JOHN BELt, of Anterinony. Contai ;ini;--1. A journey from St. Petersburgh, in Uussia, to Isp.dian, in Per^i^. -�. A Jour. nev Irjni St. Pv'ter>buri;ti, in HOs.sia, to P^kin, in China.- 3. A j'lumal of the Reiidsncc of Mr. De'l-aiJgp, Age. t to his Inijjerjal Majesty �t';�ll the R le, and flienci fwck t.) ill. Pitersbur^h, �undeK.-tkynat lluj JHSrjanceg-trf tnc Cl^illCeIloro^^|l-os�la�:aftt^i>^'tJfeM1flrtst^T froni GreaL Lii-�f.l�1V at thetlouTt of St. Pe�-rsburgh.. Printed tor VV illiam Creech,- EdmlJurglt; aod sold by Joirn Mitrrav,- FlA^t-s-fr-ret.tLnnilon*'  -      :� ' This     is publ'.shsil, price 2�. ed. UIB TRAVELLERS ; An Ol^ER/WlC DRAt Thtsd.iv i t!Cond Eilnioii, with C-jri;:li.)r.s and litg-Aa-^ ditioii?, of .    , 1 ; . ' Skrmons.   J)y JOH.NI .viackenzie, D.p; Ministorof Portpatrjd:, and oiij of liKM.jcS'.)'* Cl'milaius in;iiioiii-ir\ i.i ?;c tia 'd,     ,  ,, ' Printed >Vir T. Cad ;ll ii�id W D.iv,es, Sir I hiuday is publiS'ic I. in two vol jni-.-�, p'lCu n-i. in boi.'Us, a new eiliiinn, b..in,; t!is rt\ird, f, H' INTS td'.i-afds fohniiie the CHAR AC VKW uf , a VOUNO PKl.VC.^V.'i. Frintc^'brr.C-ul-jUaid \V. ()-ivi<-.^, jfr*.^ ' \vli>(r�        ii'�> be l.^fi t.- S'tivluro,  ii-;!te M i.lii! n S\ste.ii t- I c iinl<- Edii'-a'-ini; with a-view (if the principle^ and con lucl piev^lettt jrnu jj Wn'iien of Riink and l-'.  overh wing Houses, at tiie T.iEAVRli kOVAL, DR�-UY-L.ANE. : ivy A. CHERRY, Esq. Printed lor Richard PnilJips, No 6. hndge-strcfff, Ulack-triars.j and sold by H. D. Symonds, Pateriiost>ir-iow ; Uaf-kcr and son, Rus>.elUstreet; and by all Booksellers. ()t whom may be h-ad, by thi same Author, TheT.nirte:nih !.-.aitifn of ths SOI.DlER's OAUGH-TER, prc8 a-.. 6d. t �      A POPULAR SYSTE.M Of G l.OG;<.-VPHy. This Day is publishe.l, a b cond Edition, CDiibiaeubly en-large.l and imiirijv.^d, dlustiaiedvvnh upwar.ia ot sixty b'a.ititiil engr.'.vings, re])resentin)^ the Dreb3.*s, Customs, an.! Habiiatunsofall NatioUJ, with nunieiousM.ips. &c. once.ics. 6d. bmnd, Y^EOGRAPHY on a POPULAR PLAN, for VT the-U-sE of SCHOOLS aud:Yt)UNG PKR-iON-j cmaniiigaM the iiuerestiifg and aiiiiisin n by inc:nis ot the stiikl g and iiijasni,'; aAS' ci.iliuris profieccd bv the^ peculiar m.niners, customs, and cluijict. t.a^^^j. of all nations and cocntr;ei.  oj'?cl?| not rf;l.i(ited to the. I ii'.tj and Curio.-.iry of Voiii.i, t'lij: work is �'.;ty occii.'u-cd with-such .�\ixjdi>tcs ft I'eoiHv" and CnUntiich as are cal culated'tu nv^t aiiemioii, and iii.tiiitHin th-ii tajcnatingcnu racier tor which the Science ot Geo.;iaphv has hijjl-.t'r ctaniiS than any oilier branch of Miowlalge. - 1 ne tonieni.-i ul t -is VoliltHea.'e Lonjtqiieiitly rentlered more intart'stiiig'rliaii a c, lerliaps, thoscot nriy oth>;r work of equal sti: 111 t'le Eng-ish Liuigua;;^ ; and tna effect on 1 heniuuls iif young r)frsoi:s is rendered cuiuplete bytlictiuineroui plaics wh.c.i lUusiiaic evsry part. Subfomed is the only tfeatisfc existing on thr suhjedt of constfuilin^ maps; u piaciics ttius luiiderid t.i uihi'ir, ami by means of which the it-echuiio-l' part at Geography may be tau.tht ma fouith part ot the usual time. Piinted'tor Rich-ardJ'hillips, No. 6, Bridge street, Mick-ftiar.s, a:id to be hid of all Booksellers, wiin a lar^a all .w-ance to >chi)oU. ..Of whom may be had j also by the same .-Vuthor, - AivTaiTj^^-ffirniBfirt ef^ CJe.igttffmy^^ and a '...ompani'iiv to the above, and uinvetsaity a; knovv|i' 'ly a. opted �By J(>Slt!,)A COLLINS. A .M.  K'ctor of Newport, and late Master ot the Graiiim.ir S(.lja.d iji that I own.   . The folhwiug Ccit;cal Sanctions have appeared of Cms val.'able..ind useful \^i�ik.  . . .     - " Thi,> is a wl'JI wiitien a^'d jiidicipus Pubm'.iti.-jn, mn-veying niiich pr.iClitaV Int;.rinatioii 011 the Siibltot of I'.iiu-cati. n, ami is theretore high'ly w./rttiy the lViii.v:il cf ev.'rv Personcoiiccnu'd in the imjirnxemeni of the using (iii'^rvin. r, 1 he Al count ot honks generally use^l in ?lcht) .Is svijrs fj dc' the result ot Expcn.'nce, ami cerlamlv iluplays iniie!; erudition. 1 he .Auth.ji'sKecoiiiinenddti.Mis .i11.-I Sniet'ir.-s are aciom'ianied jvii.'i such Keasbiis .iiki cri'i' al Obseivaiions :is df> liiin-grtit Credit, both as a Scholar and Cntisiiun Teacher.-^Anti-jacobir. Keview. " In the titsx Part ot th's Work arc several juditious Ob-seivamns;-ynd the svcoiul Pjri tnunieiates the inoat uietul ltitr�duct(iry Books m every Branch of Knowledge, remarking on their rssiiedivc Merits, and caiitiDiiiu^ Parents and Instructors against some Books iviiKh tlie Aut.'ior, upo;i just grounds, objects ro, .^mong.those lecoinineuded we do iiot observe: any that con.iider as otijactionuble."- Briiish Cntic. �   .    . Brinied t I. to XXV, pncv 1;. 6L eseii, to bo citjipleted tn 56   Numbers-, published Wjsckiy, forminij two -l-jrge hat^s.-)iiie Voluiiies in 4to, ci �^HE EDLN BURGH MEPIGAL and PHY- T _ SIC.'VL DICTION.AKY, containjng nitonlv �>, Ex-planatiJii ot the Terms otArt used in .An.tiuiiiv, I'fsy.iiology; Pathology, 'I heiapeutics, surgeWi M.'dwircrv, I'hariiv.icv, Mi�.eiiii iViedica, Botany, Chc.nisirv, Njiural itiatorv, &c. fcc. as em >loyev1 ni ih  Sannderj', Homeland other mqslern TAicheis nv EdiiibUvt'h and London, 'tu which is addti^d, a -copious Gioisaify ot ubsulete Terms. ... >.,". � � - \:- iiy KOmRT M01UU�5 M.D. JAME^ 'KENDKICK, Surgeon, and tjiliers. ;-.v If is a sulficient apohigy for thi publicitiJii of a ^kpc.ot this kind 10 observe, that no Medical iJictiunuiy,  lete predecessors in the same pursuit, avowe verit's, and even icw discus-s, have lu.'i*biought;to light ;wliMst -the Student a: d Prgait ner have been led lOMrace these stifyecls (hroup'i mnu^neal-le volumes for want ot. that iitdispeltsible iiitii.U      ir.tdical . Libiary, aDicjiUinjiLry, in which tltey ijiay t^e tou ul, iiva narrow compass, tteaieU copiouslv, or otherwisri aic rung to the^r inipi)rtAnqe, rt�a to by th< busiest pnichti/jtn-r9ti           v   j kdiiiburg i K Print, d tor Bell and Bradfup", aid MuiitWl \ ndMinj' and sold m London by "1 iioin;,^*" Oitclt, Ay�l^ik> riK-HllU) , I.uU|$^!�-4tr.xf.' ' 7 hisdayi-j published, eletiantly printed mtnur volumes, octavo, Hnd'illl'si rated by a PoPt:A tot the Authir, aim numerous orbcrHngr^vings, price il. �6s.' ui Boaids, a Ne>v  Edition of . r THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS of DLL VF.R l.OLDSNh I H, M._,U. T� whxh is pr-fa^Nl  bme ActoiVntot. his Life and VVriHi'g o..ed Uoai u>-fonnatioi) de-ivedfroin the nvi�t:uit!'.entic sources. Printed tor J. lohnson, W. j. and J. R'Ciurdson, W Oriidge and-.'i.in, P. aiidC, Rivin.;^on, ). Walker, R. I-aul-der, W. Lowndes, Vcrf.or atvl Hand, CutSjcU and Martin, P. Wynne and Son, F, Wjugravr, Swatclietd ai.d LetKrm.w, Wilkie and Robinson, P.'Macquejn, R. 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