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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 14, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ^^^^^ FR/BAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1806. rki-c5 6d. ~r .Ml JL >e:V�'a Its wiliatl an.Oparatic, Drama, cjiUetl >i giM Its 5'    M^y^'s I'iwni^atibn.   . .-^;,'-nw. pnncJpal? charatKjrsfUjj^ MMMStlfEJ!f*?<*rr,^ Dttiham, Mathevys, pinyjon,,i^n :i/CtiWl6t-te,*-f�issUriuit 'n.' TS^QTlCE . if\ l^erebj gii^at, that a Sesswu of Qjer .ISfido**!.* 'Ctiwlbtte.-MissKrmiton. aUsdilie Karceof RAiSlN J aft Assistanc of an a|'M>veJ,QbaradeT-aivl Abilifiis to frach Lafin, VVmirix, ^;iul5 \rithin:tic. Immire (ff by 'Xwfx pl^st p.rd of ..Mr. W. J. AttKvood, hutlhritlKii Acadfiiv^r, tailegf Wij;irt. :   LlNtN BOAKD-PKiMlU.viS ' SPIN-WINCS^YARN UV MILL MACHINERY. t^'^M tirder to encoiirage ihe.spinnitig of Yavn for .   A Sail Cl(eiv; bi � Hemp*rt'' Yarn, and tii'ta woiJpe^Jiy I- J�irt�, *6�ri|k hh^i^s, w*jr�Hj.'�t� equal rtuiftbgr of Spmdles: SARAa.JPliTi^,^takc� .thaTib^^ t� .'infornf'her fherliii* �fli|^*riJ�^'5ht cirrii/s'^oii the Bftsihe'ss ot'tlie - iKf; nVttie%.toc;ii�luifiit ir�siich a way ^& tctgivc satistjt^ioiV ;to aU/vvjl tlielare ' l>i)ftier:>hit>, kte by the' FaVnet'&hip DecUsoX|�re.ssly stii)u-.laiet\ to;be ^g^Ul ct>: Mqa nearly iijthe f.'IlOiviii^ words- JVinongSl 6thers, tliat all  roivi.^iy ttnt�s^ and aHotlwr securities tor mn. hfirilvready f6ril�esputdltjs,' to'ltifep Oiehi c6h:itantly eiip-' /plO^Ui,r:K'".;::::;' : ' (ftFor tl)is, thesumofgoool. will be apprap'iatfd; and ev�ry r-encddragmnfcnt ^^'hich the Linen ISuarit bliall Hiid necessary, will be gwen to such pai'sons as shall .contra totjnake a svificicnt quantity of Spindles in 1 reland, to the above value ot goioL ai^l tojssiairtshandc.'niinue a .ylanutadoty thereof und-rfhepToteclion;andpatrona){e of tits Hoard.  -As a'furtJiVr*nc6Urtgt�neiu rbwarils crefling Spindles, to h?,jyorktfdai3,aioresaid,:|lie 'j'rustee.? decUre their intention ofcontinui'ni? the foregoing pr-'tniftm, by oltbririga like nuan- C^partnership in tjtq "^^^ ^�!"'^f^ ^^^IIIil^a"^^ GHA*tLES SM|itH^UpWut�^ and Cabinet-maker,'Lowerurer>.rt ot' the buslttess has aiwavs been qnder the im< ' jpedivjCa (Kredioli ut C. Sinlth^ every thinsinThit Ime will of course ffi ) r Aniiuiiies for y'ouni; Lives, - securM on the like pro|jivtyi or on Money in the. Funds, where the parties.h.-�vej;Onl>',a lite mtcroat. In fcither casi;,-*he -gMfitors wiU have tne power of redeeming tlie samn.-Apply psrsonally, or by letter, to Mr. King, at; his hou e, 8, Jylmrsneet, Adolphi. ' _^ 'IpflE Kir�t-dri|vvn-Ticket next Tu-sday Morniiio; '1 'will lie-  �y of 0,aiKl I'icitoiv, in the County.ot Kci>ti Pafticuliirs whereof may be h.i  be-s, in SouihamiVtortUxnItlmgs, Chancery-laii pun b^ Spindles so worked, b?tv/e;n ihs-first day of 'January 1? 6, and the first day ot Janiury, liJog, for the tirst j�o,0oo which shilli be adaally and bona fide sold by ttie awkers Hieteof in each year. SCUTCHINGAIJD HACKLIS'G HEMP 4. (urevery ttjneofso-.nid Ileinpot Irish growili, well wat!f(-rottedand scutched.hacktcd and dressfdfit tor spinning, between the hnt ot January, iiJo6j and the first day ot Jjui. 1807, the smjtt of Three-pence. �        MACHINE fOR BIlEAK1^rG-HEMP, $. For the b;:stconstru�led ami tiio:>t eirit^cious Machine "tor breafclng, and .scutching Hemp, Or.FlaXtTj-.'ttcr thin any hitherto in uie in this Kingdom; .whichshatl bs produced tj "he Trusties,befqr�l^t January 1807, the sum of loal. SCUTCHING FLAX BY MILL MACHINERY. 9j A Premium of 3d. |Mirstone wHl be gtveii (oral! hlax, which sifall be scutched by Mill Machinery, worked by waieri erected or added to any milt attsr istjamiary i^qCk, and tvhtch shall bs so scutched be(6re the first January, 1807,; in the, Provinces of'Leinster, MitUsfer and Con-Haught..       . All returns'are-tobema'de totlteInspe�lor GeneraI,Charks Duliin,,E�q, Linen Hall, Dublin., The claims for bfo. 1, and .9. to be nv.de in th last wiV wy'jSiuh.'ind foV Sql Vand i to be ptrfin on the first of January, �&7, apd to be, adm^etl on the ht^t or second Tuesday in said manth.      .   ,    , j All the other claims to, be adjudged as fast as made. LtTERAI URE AND THE ART.*;, * ft. STOCKDALE resjwdfully ir>fofms ibe Pnblic, that liis AUCTION of vafiiable aiiciimt and matlern Books (many df them ej^treiiiely scarce, in various ' laOgiiages), Maps and Prints, will continue To-marrow, Tuesday, at Twelve o'clock tflaiihihat*'V at No. 36, -OUK . Bond-street, and proceeds during.the ten following days Sun-day excepted, coinmencing pnn^ually at the same heur. CatalOhUes, which are well worth attention, may - be bad at the Place of Sale. No.-fSr, Piccadilly.    -    �       '  :  ' rhts dav i-s pnbif.sheil, ijj small oilavo, f/rite js. ii� bo-n tne Imp'>rfa3ceof Refuiin both to Society and the Individual j With Reliidlijnion Religious Establish-metiis and'I deration. . ,   : Part III. On thiConduft of a good Citizen, particularly u'.idar.anvmoderate Government. Part IV. Un the Way to live happily under all Govern-meiitb, and in all Situations. Uy ELY BATES, Esq. Printed for Lcngmin, Hurst, Rpes, and Orme, Paternoster-rowi   Ot whom H.ay bs had, by the sa.^raphy ot South Wale."!,  from Muterials coUetlcd during l>^-o L.icursions ni the Year 1803. In On? la.ge vol. 4111. illustrated with Visws dr.iwn auil engraved by Liporte, and a Map of the Cjunti y, pncial 12s. 6d. m-boards. A lew Copies' may be had with the Views finely coloured by Lapoft^^,� price 4I. 4s..in b ardi. This d-.iy is published, in o.ii; vol 410. price 16s. in'b!>urd.-. A N HARMONY of the  EPISTLES of ttte X\. HOLY APOSTLES : To which is added, a Summary of the Entire. '        By the Rev. PETER ROBERTS. M. A. Printed lor T. Gadell and W. Davles,,Strand; J. Deigh-ton, Cambridge ; and J.Cooke, Oxiord, Ot whom alio may be hart, by the same Author, Tlte Art tt Universal CQrteapondence,,pecuIiarly adapted to the use of the cjmjnercial world,, and travellers in fo-tfign courtlties ; which', wHth the aid ot a Dicll >iury only, wilt, in a levy li.Qars,CJiahlfi twa persons, ignois^it of each other's language^ to corrsspond in either.-Usetul also to schools tof gtammaiicalr encrcisss, and, as a subst.tutc for Short-hand.-Piice los. 6d. A PI'nwm and Elt^ctual Renii?dy t ir iJltapofd Hand.*-T"*HE ALMOND and SPERMACEFl PASTE, JL IS atJuperiorPrepaf:iti-ni tor n^-ilian and prevenfing the llaudi ani Arms from Chapptr.;; an thi severest Season, and I'l^r constant use,, is pieterabli to a;iy kmvl ot Soap, as it does not part^e.ot thsAltcaltnequattty ut which all Soaps ate irtfire or lesi composed^ and w*hich' is extremely injurkuis to tli' 4ai�o|�ly! .Hi.;, i llblljorn-- For SALE in a few days, ai No. 7i, Power-streit. FOR EXI'ORTAIION. ABOUT 200O- small Casks, Gin and Brandy. " A few Cases Wine.     -        , A few Tons Tobacco. A few Bales Playing Cards. Being the entire Cargo ot tlie Watia, rcgula ly condemned as t>rize to the Cruizer. -Further particulars in time of / G.W. DOWNING, Tower street. 'T'O tbe LADIES.-BAGAZET's ORIENTAL A DEPlLATORYi for removing SU P l-;RFLUOU,S HAIRS trcm the FACE, NI CK, ARMS, &c. and for improving the COMPLEXION- The db>ve has luw for many yfars been establisliedthrcughout England and oh fjVe Continent lie which unites even the delicate _........ _....._ miiient elH acy.   In Turkey and Egypt, firoin \Vliencs it "was at first,bfought to this country bv Lady M. W. M--ue, th--'Lidies, who are dentate'm tlie extreme-, not to siiHt;r a single 1)411 to reniain which they conceive irregular or uf.ru-sive, make use ot^th's preparation at the baths; and the Tuikish Women are entirely tree- trom what is in every country justly considered so great a blemish to temale beau^ tv.. Ir is likewiae employed by the men tJ give uiiiformity and shape r>, their MLt&tachio:i,'&c. �^- N. U, Observe that each bottle is closelv scaled up, This Day i� pubVi^lied,  jiil Edition, preens, board;^ ON tbc EbUCA'liON,, Ct-IARAQTER aii>!' P K A CT.l C� of a S U RG EOM and A POTIt KCA:-RY; iHu. es-, the rei Suit ot long experience.  . _      ' ' by Mr, )AME-'? LUCAS, Late a Surgeon of the Leeds iDtirmary, from i's'Institution \ a Member of the Cdrporation Of Sur>;epns, a�J a Corresponding Me; V Hiiz-ird and H!iiii% ; s-^M j| f>-by Cad.:!! mid Davie-, StraiiJ, I,f>Md'm ; Cr'e>.-h, Ednibi;r^h J U'r.'sh-jnl Kei.l, Clisiiow j'll. liriv-n, l.f-etfs ; ,i.' ytil Dcgiveh to theSiranget'S . Frifhd Cliarjty, by the Auttior.    ": " I liis Tratt ct)p.';�'n!s in?iiy attVaiitageoUs observations to Students ai^l Pr-iititiortcrs. Itcrrtainly is of gr;&t moment ti> tfic Vublic, 1 hat the ninnerous tiody oi o�n, whose quali.'it-a^ -catioui hii appr Lia'e-i, slvittld aotoa aJ candid and gencrtnis .(viusiptM^bs'thosi ifrntpti the Author >ueoicates."'-Aloiiihty Review, Dec. r8o�. ~ HUME and 8EI.SHAM'*  HISIOKY of BNGLAHd' from the EARLIEST RECORDS to.|the PRESEtiir TIME, COMPLETE. ... MR. PHILLIPS has t&s honour ttt offer to the PublictBe 6i\Jy complete, respcelaWe, and uniform Seri-fsof UngU>h History wh'ch has ever been pndncea Mr. Huihe's History was braught by that Writer dovyn to the period of the R^olutioni and Mr. Belsham t�s taken up the na- rativt tVom the Revolution and bteught it down to the P/ice of Amiens. ' Ifo-h Works form an uniform Series of Twenty Volumes, and th-^y may be had of every Bookseller in Town aiHl Country, jjrice Eight Pounds, in boards; Persons already possessir g Mr. Hiiuie's History may hi^ve Mr. Belshzm's ent'rc Work by itself in Twelve Volumes, for Five Guineas, in b..ardSi And as the laiter*part of SmoUet's General History was freqnently sold previously to the ai�tiearanceof Mr. Bel-sham's Work, as a continuation ef Hume to the deathof George ihe Second, Mr. Phillipsthinks it proper to ohserve^, that Mr.Helshirm's History of the Reign of George thi: Third and Smollett, m ye' Shillings iti may be had separarelv, to complete Hiiine and Smollett, in Eight Volumes, pnje Three Pounds Twelv   ' s been establislKd thrcughout ivngianu ami .on :nt, as the only Depilatory eyeroflciedto the pub-nites a mildness of operation (.so as not to irritate ILcateskinof an infanj) with-iiitallit-leand per- and hhaxv and Jidwards, St, Taul's Church-ya>d; ; and may be Sailot all'the respeilable ar.d'establsheu Vcndeis ana Per-tumcr-('I owniii and* ountry. . . . Tins Day IS lubbshed pries 45. 6 I. in iioiirds. A' GR?EK ENGLISH DERIVATIVE DIG.' �PIONAHY ; shewing in English Charail.-ri the Greek originals Qfsuch wordsin.the English Lingu ige as are derfved from the Greek, and comprising correft explanations, from the. most approved Lejdcographer.s, of thu mcniinK of each.Word, Compiled principally with the view ot enabling the English Scholar, who may be umcquiinted with tji� Greek CharalWs, to acquire a more tannlar aiiJ extensive knovk^ledge ot his ot*n Language. ;Pr�>ited4Qr,J. Johnson Sti St. Paul's-chUTchyard. "   ,      .GLEANINGS.IN AFU,1;CA. " This day is published, printed in DemvOdivo,,and illus-trated by ,1 enhighly finished d.'scripuvff EngMvmgs, trom original Designs, price los.       ni extra boards, and a Halt-sheet Sea View, - - - /^LEANINGS in AFRICA ; exhibiting-^ faith-Vjr fui and corredl view of the manners and cu.-.t ms of the itanbrof the Cape of Good Hope'and surrounding with a fulLawd comprehcnsivejjccpu^t ot-the .^ys: this Day is publishe ri;i>^h Ladies Institution, NEW SYS rEM of; FAMILY MEDICINE for the use of Mi fwives, Mi-ih^rs, Nurses, &c AJs-) a coni;il;te 1 rciii.-e on the Man.iginient and Diseases of Cliildieii. By WALKER KElt^.HLEY,M.D. .. Dire�aor and Leiilurer of the hritish Ladies In.stitiition. ' Parfiifs may ludgs ot the great use ot this Work when they are assured it arises from attentive obserV-iiions made during the long and exteiibive practice in the lugh situatiuii the .-lu-tUor now holds. - . London : Printed tor B. Crosby and Co. Statloner's-court, Paternoster-rovv. iohabir ex remity of the African Continent. I'n -a Seites ot l^etters S1 a � Ensl'^h Olficer 'du-ing ih. Pf^oa^n which th-r Colof.y was'under tbe protection of the Br.ti^h Co- TrS'for James Cundee. at the Albion Press, in Ivy-IftHC,' PateritQ>te�-row, 1 oh.^n. *-%tils.aaya/e 'publfihW, liithree large volumes, luno. Tyt'ffirmiry be-had'jiW^MiW; by fhe Wo ' ,^;,";eV^l;idressesrt'?>y1(!StM',n'ini\s li|r.ftn\Vahce iDtd fcais^a.54^t Volume ot this eiabarate Work contains the Digest or general System ofth: Bankrupt Laws, arranged, in its natural Older ; and besid.'s a great Vaiiety of intij-.nial Matter, iiicluiics �  I. Considerations previous to issuing a Commission. 2. What Persons are liable to be lia krupts, and harein of diflereiit Trades and Modes of dealing. 3.Ofihe Debt ot the petitioning Creditor. -4. OMhe Ait of Bankruptcy. J. lit what Cases it is advisable to issue a Commission, and herein Tjf the Debts proveab|e under a Commission, and of the difterent sorts of property vtisli;but.ib!e under a, Com-^ miS!(U-n,.. . � � � 6. Of the Prrccdinjs under a Commission of Rankruptcv, and heicin oi prut �'edin>:s iii fa-N iiirof Creditors, ot stitking the Docket, otIsiumg the Contintsiion.ot ihe Dcclaratujn ipf Bankruptcy, Summons to suitender. Notice in ttie.G;.zettr, and provisional .'Assignment.     > ;      ' ;  v'.'" 7   ' :   ' boards. Hridie-streef, J-in. 8, i8,-)6. WINTER EVENINGS' AVIU.SEMENTS.-This dav were published, the Fourth Edition, correaed, in. Four Volumes, Octavo, illustiaieil wiihil Clipper Plates; Price 28-.. in boards, RATIONAL RECREATIONS ; or W'iktzr Evenings Amuse.ments; in which thtTiincfples of Numbers and of Exp/'run..'ntar Pl-.il'sophv ant Cheini.'itry .-ire'aijplieil to a strrs ot easy, enteiiajntng, and mstrvK'tive exper'm-Jivts.'among which are all those coir.moiily performed with cants. . Uv WILLIAM HOOPER, M.D.   . It mav bepioper to expbin.to those pers ns who are vet unacqiunitird vvtth this valuable and inreiesting wo:k, that it contains, 1. Receatibns in Arithmetic and Vlech.inies. a. Recf'edtions m-Ofitics, C. hromaticsi .-nid Acc^s'ies. 3. Recr--atians; in Pneumatics,. Hydrology, and Pyrotechnics. ��  : 4. Recreatiot^sin Eleflricity and Mainitism. .5. Miscellaneous Tiecreations, including these on Cards. rhe whole teadeieJ easy and lainiliar to the nnsanest-capacity. Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Strest, Black-triars, ar.4 tabe had otall Kooksellers. � An IMPORTANT'ADPITION to the STOCK of BOORS of EDUCATION. On Monday the 17th of February, will be publiihe'd, printed on good Paper,and in a clear Type; corresponding in sute with Dr. Mavor's British Nepos ; p;ice-5s. bound, v.-itii the full .'Mlowance to Schools, THE CLASS BOOK ; or, Three Hundred and Sixty HveREADlNG LESSONS tor Schools of tiiher Sex : ccmbinm-7, vMth the elements of allkiiowlrdge.agre.rcr number pi Reading Exe'ciSi"s, from the best .Autllor^, tnj.i are to oe found in any other Woik of the ssme descriptii-n : every lesson having a clearly defijied obj d, and teaching or morality, or sjiiie important s-nne principle of science truth. By the Rev. DAVID BLAIR. "   . The Author hisbiensnmulated to com;)i!e these Exerci.^es in re.d ig, by the observation, that, ahnongr. thereat preseiit e'(l^f aevenlexcellant boi-ks for teaching Reading and EK-tiition, the oNjecV of ihem does not extend beyond the m^re combination ot words ; and they consist aim-st entirely oE pa sages selected wirb ieti?-.reiHe to beiuty of compbsiilpn only, in the present. Work, Elega:>ce-has been united wifh' Ut;lity-; Sf,ur\d and Sense trave been studiously combined.;-and Elotjuence Has always been adapted to the purpujses cf Instrutti'-'n. In shoit, every one ot tne Lessons in tiiis Class l5ook, is cikulared to make the Young tileadev both vytser and better. -  , ,    .- v The Aut.'tof's own experience 34 a Teaph?r, suggested to hini. iheciivisioivo.' his B lok into ThreeTlundralaiid Sixfy-(ive L?s:.o .J, or One torever.y L'ay in the Year; invaeh ut which, the suhjetl matter is gciieratty finished Within rhe Suitably length ot a.Lesson. . This divisi.ni, it is.-obTioui,' will beatiended with,an equal degree ot coavemcnca-to tij^e Tutor and Pnpil in theailiial business of a pu'c^Uc Seminary. 'Prlntcil tor Richaid P(iilips, No. 0, Bridce-streat, Bluc'i-friars i and ,9 be hud of all liookseliei * in the Uniteu ln.in5-�dom. �� LADV M.*� WORTl.l.Y \^ON'TAGU, ,    / This (!ay ispiiblished, a t'lfth td tion, in five eleg.tht-v-"-ls. � Ibolscapi octavo, with Portrafts anil >ac S;;miics, prive �^s. inbn.wlsiOt nPHE LETTERS-and OTHER WORKS of^ the X   Ht, Hon- Laity MARY WOR ifLtY MO.VrAGU. published rcom he? genuine -paper* in possession .rf .^ter Graiidson, the Marquis of Bntejtp wbiph - e prctixfd, .Meinoirso' her Life.   .'. #   �         �� '. - '   liyiii, Hev. r^>lE*5 �--^LH^^^ Piint d for Richard Phil 4JS, N.-i.-J.t, >\. Paul's Church^ va'd; aiultobfthaUofall'IiookscMerd.      .    ' ; �f i*'ho!n>�ljo'i�a)'rbo .hy.  _.-^ -�- - ,  - i The Eniifi* Cptresuomtencij      Samuel R.i�fl�i�d4 i)e5v.   iiyludjjo l-or Two Ifditicns.iin qitnitoJindottWa. -1-' � ^-rX-S' io, BiM|kruptclhi,MlM- BaMfct!'W^y;- >Th6 SiC�id-�std-'IfhtldV oV thKWdrtt'ianWtt* coi |t-,cntBouks^t_J*p�f>r.�^^  thpdHt-jrcntBoukstif JA Work be thiin--heikyij�J� KtmUMATLSMS SPR.A.1NS, rHlLBUAlN/S,>vV rilS^S,-'MsdicJine, frot^ its tvarm, ptn�rH|Jrjg ar.d Ji*''at es'the,-parjs which.have.been tojiii ' -'Biiiisei a�*!^i*iiriis -It IsofghiatV^vScchi mmpSQt uuVift-.i^�^.sM|^t<^ (\weakji�ss cf the^ouin; B^d a;�r]eihb(oc�tu>� pfQi^nijtr�Vbper �.ift:i(�jrjt�on ii� the h�^> *�h�v�'�.par!i. iytitsrtii.^'lt te �tsb jftijUfula'ly'recohntifntfetJ'^f.St'' QiMl- c*pjaeW 5.1s, Koj ��ilaiHtK Nevvbef^j acr ttatitim^rtl^ madt �repiif*Tttj*^ni.Wl*i ai4^K�. .No. I sttr^i/ j. Wade, Ojd Ihj^.bonv.; Hinhfstrea*;':*'' b-criy,.WMHfe!Ur, iAJw.p�^51-  T. HaiMS. successor tuMrs. ^ht (wnfer 6t XiKlgKte.^tiot.   

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