Courier, February 27, 1806


February 27, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - February 27, 1806, London, Middlesex fnHlS PRESENT.! EVJiNlNGrtljci^^ Ma;fe�tics V On^Satiirdav, "the frJvJeJy ot Merpiw ; Dorllasf by the Tptjni;'Kdscius ; with 'rhe'holitier's Retuth. Till-iTii!- lUJYAI.. Ct)VEli^.GA^^OE^f. . fr^KT^ I'RESENT EVENING will b= performed 4  IM..*.,culled � ^ tec .lft,---VJr. Ktmhie J I'iUtro, Mr. Cooke i Elvird, Nrs.' - wyu � iVE I'T.Y HY NIGHT ;" or^lwf; SWri-s. . ^ Q� .'Jatuf ' he Cgt)Ti?ster, with " \Ve..�--iyTb> Night.' Ll. Persons having any Cliiims or DemahHs upon 3AMKNlJ>VLES, .la^e ot Wood-strser; X^neiosHlp, Loncloi), ' warshttuse.nan, debcasetl. are desired: ib?rhiiitTh ra sendftheii iwpcihve a�coMi�ts'i'> Mr- Lamhsrti pay tlKir .r&ifie2�jve'(tef)ts to tJic said Mr, I ambiiri who is av'thofrzed to rrcTivq ihcs:>n 6 I , , ' > NimCEKO CREDl lOKS. ' , fnpHE GREOnmS. (if an)'). of-ELIZABETtl A MI DCJ li LEY, liite ot Leedi, Milliner,, who have wt , p:ov'etltl)e!rd--btsiitider the Commission of Bankrupt issued Sfaiim heron the 25th day ol June, 1805, arc r�qnested to seiiifan Account wf tiie same, and the becuiitics tney h  o" to iny OHwe,. within 14 dnys irom thedaie hereof, in order that tliey in*y derivo.jhe b;s, gardens, Javvn, grecn-hoiiss, and three enclosures pt'j�ond pasture land,'C'jntamine; toRetJier about nine aercs. The dwellir.g coiitiins a drawing room, dmingpatlouT, hall, brenklast loum, principil and back staircases, tour bed rooms,-fwo d�essH);{ rooms, fouf servants* apartments, suitable domestic ctHces and good cellaring ; the �whole;,wcUsuppIier presefflyfii, in the f.llirwtn^ Dhtiicli. ^uif/j.B., K.AGli, STRAVV, mihI t UEL . such Pnlosats-I', be sftit' This dnv'is p>iblish;'d,^jirltc IS. , A-' MJOTAftV, .eiVrECWiSM ibr tlia U>.i rl XJL YOUN/ii OiFlCEHS and NrtHiC-.inuvi'iior.H. o;!i �. cjrsof the L-A.VaLRY. I'.ub'ished v.rtli th-- .\;'.p,-,,i,;r.u,i ofHii R'lynl Highness the C(iir,!ti;!i'.t!i-r ir, '.;i,i';f. ion er bejite the y^th iiy af MArcb (oUxfvnig ihtit none nuitl reeeiiied lifter f ar4 South \Val?s, � r NiiHTH West-Chester, Salop, I.a.easier, and North Wales' . HjMEv-MlddlPSfX, Surrv, Hertfordf. and JlsrVs. N.yM sf 1nt.*,wj>;-t>citn,em..ite stfu>\ittiy for e,!ch Bi.ttikt, andthe names nf I lao-gsod iiuitaci-, with Ibiir iR J \MESCHAKI,!-.:; 1)?,-LKi'AC, of the 4th 'it in: ; ' � (nr-Qu.-ciils 'O-vii; i>/ai;'....;i.s'. ill be \ Printed fnr'I'. E^er.nn, at.* he'-Vliiiiarv- Lilir.iry, Wlii>ehaIL , , NWRTH WALES. 'T'O be LET, with or without Land, a COT-X TAGE ccmpletifly'FURNISHED, donsi&iingot a �lrawng-r:om, a pai lour, six bed-rooms, two dressmg-rooms, se Viints* bed-rooms, attached and detachni odices, coach* Jio'u-^e. stable, &c. jrc:. and an excellent walled garden, tt^ li^t frees all in their-nnme.  i he situation M retlrfed and delightful, close to the sea; the bathing and sailing remarkably fine, and the, supply of ftjhabundaiit. T^ie markets ^ood and very reasonable. The veommtinxation vjritli England and Irelaiuldireft.-- Apply atiV'essi�Philpotifnd'Stoiie, No. 1, Hire-coUrt, T*mple, London 5 Messrs. F.~E. Darker,-Attorney, Chcy-t^ ; Mr. Jenkins; Mentofd-stretr, Bath. . ANNUITIES REPEEMAIJLF. TEN irej?5'|un;has^:witt hi imniedialely givtn for Annuities ttndfcniaWy secured upm Rreeljold, Copy. holdi>or. lorg Tjeas^hold Estateii, where the parties have an absolujeuuerest, audgiv wbicK (by rejiiyn ot the pressure u! ihi times), Xfrfney bafinoi Ivs obta(nehiim "they hiay, be accoinmodelled \Vith tainpoiary or pfermansKt CIKTOM-HOUSE, lon'h)n. I'F.n. 27. iHofi. FOR SALE, by order ot tive lionojrabic the Commissi iiiers panish wool, ^lass, china,; soy, Riga bilsam, Ijearlenj oil, pickles, wine, spruce beer, skates,.horse hair, oil ot spice, thrown silk, a |>hai!b,ic-o, ice. Also such goods as have remained in his Majesty's warehouse, upwards of three months, not cleared or the duty paidf viz'.- , Piifures, prints, tQoks, skins, brass trumpers, smalt.s papft Shavwgs, scale Boards, cddee, and sundry other gcods as mentiiJned :n the Catalogues. � CLEAR OF ALI.DUTY. - The vessel, boats, deals, tar, materials of vessels, flour; timber and logwood,to be viewedat the'ti>baccOs;rotiiid, near Gteealand Dov'k, Rotherhite ; and all the other goud.s at his Majesty'sj\V��rehouse, Cu�tomrhouse, Londe-^ii''g th.; tuiiue n;movrtl\ir mitigation of ihe.cVits whxh It occasions. Bv -T. .R. MAl.THUS, A.Mv  . Lnc F-.'lIow nt Joitis CoHege, C>mbridi;e. , Priiitei.j t. r J, Joli!l^on, in St.^Paul's'Cliurcli-j'.ard, TheAdliiion in rlirs I'-diticn mov^behid alone, prir.t�d in. quarto, price is. fid. lortjriner purchasers'. � FOR T!-1C USIi. YOWN.O, I'liKaivNs. � 'I'his Day is publi-ihcd i>rice4s.. mbuardis. ' ' fllSTORlCAL DIALOGUES for YOUXG '^'^-fTy the AUTHOR of ItARRYCLINTOR. A Tale lor Youth, abridged from Wr; Brooke's Fool of Quiility. Printed for J. Johnson in St. Piilil's-chnrch-yird, and f. Mawuian in the i'outiry: . Whsre'mav be hull, Harry Glintcn, prine 5s. hound.' Willi i>io.^h,lVt'A l.lpi^'tii J./,:.... . , X 1l eases of Jhe Hi;) joiiir. c njy-i-ji..�. � anl op the Use qf thi: |}atlijW,(ter�, Js a rsTi^dy m ii>4aint. . . , By wiL^.iAM KAlG,QNF,rl. rriirteJj'or T. Cadtfll .and,''V, Oaviei. St^a^d.. ~ l.i tERARY jOli KX'A f..-i-\'e.v'sLric's. I^HE Ntimber. o.f this REVi.rCtV to be pu! !i on the ist of .March will coiuain, a-n ing ini.'.v iiu -re-iting .'Xrtlcle.'i, the foUf-wMi; : - Puiift i-CriK!;t's I'm (.uil-s of taste; KoU^fiue's I i"JVs(.s in iniv; \', �.c-V'.vk � ,^ ot ihr ,S.i!i  .�^i.itriMS l.i; -.n II f)l '.N'. .'-��.s ccih; Writ.ngio; l.i i>r;!i� s.-c-jt .-v.iMii'�i;s ot ;hr; Lo.i t or St C:nu(i; Con'�er>8iii;ns oji Cha^ni^jry ; i-.iyiiletus of: Neutral zitifi^ ; ElitS's earlv^lish I'o.nanccs ; the l^ove o: (.lor'v, a P/icm ; i^.ivies's tetters fnna ^.tra^mv, &c. &c. Lonirljiv: Punted for C..and,R.. Baldwjn, New Bridie- lied 'Ih street. V\here may f .r had, the Literary Jnurnar............., ^ contMiiii.g, ainr3rgy t>�yiog an adequate An-. ^^t/afJ.tOt'.tlie same, redaemabi!; any time,, at their piyri opt4onl-^ 1'ersonal. applications will be leceived every - -'af^tfH yhreeto^Olock ; and L?tters from Cofi-espo)vdenis. vvit)^ TqjINd otK^u'unti'.y, post 'paid, immfdntely answererl. ' �^aa-ReV. WILLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT  4. * AiN-TIBI LIOOS PI l,'LS.' The eicfiisive-Sale 6f this valuible meoioine being now vested solely in th; Rev. VVij. �^,, Ji wv Barelayir^aJkd tboseappaihted by hln?, the tuinher sale ot ' thfc I'llls is', in conseijuence, entirclv discontinued at the KlabdyiKiryi'No. 15, rtedford-.^treet, Covent:r)!:ardcn, and is npiy p�Utiljisti�d at .tJieiRev. WilHafft Jia-clav's Wareh >iise, - � *'e�P?�J%fiNjXi>4^ClfcaiJside.b�ni(*iyppoiiited goIeWhoIcsale Agent w,ttpJgs4lte;,orjisr?j-;^lf,^VTh'at 6UPi;ithem* various, {rrepa V wtoiSTa� .TvM^KSPv^.&te.r;?^nc!' ee of pVst^ be procured with other periodical VVorks ; but Ins urge and liberril allowance iir 'l'wcaiy,five Copies, or iip-ward.i, nny render it -worth the w'.nle ot many Country UookseUe'S to add.t^ss their omvrs direcUy to him. � BrKleesstrect, i-eb. iS, 1S-.6.__ _ . _ R. T^EIl/. New P.ibiiL,itipn of LA B2LLE �\S.SliMI-I;ivH, or COlJRT'amj FASHIONABLE V].\(�AZ,lNt, tobepualishcd, tor the first time, on Satur-diiynext, pnce Half-a-Crown, is likely to prove the richest and most ihtere-'tingWorK .that ever been pubhihcd at tjie iiame price, m ai;y country, consivbiiiiig the Rroift varietv^ ot original and important Literary Articles which flie V/orj^' is 10 toiitam, and also thi very Superiorstyle m whichalLthe' l.mhellishnu-u'.s are executed. ; The Work is printed on Ji:\e Ro;�jI wove Paper, Royal Ociavp. It ;is unposaible todesctibaus variouspretensions. Ill the limited sp�ce i>t a. Newspaper Adverti.^einent; but ihe EmbcHishmems miy be��aieil in-part to con ist ot � First, A inost.\dinirabte Likexess ot Our Jvlost (;racibws"' Queen Cliarlofte, hn*ly eng"avrd bv Sci'iven, after tiic cele-br-ifedorigmal PiituTeby S:ir Wm. B�ecliey. .. . .Second; A whole le^igth Portrait of the Marchioness of TowushenJ 1 n her Cou^t Uress, as, ^vor� byv tier on tlie last Royal l^itth Pay. V . ; ; , ' :  ' Third.Thrce wlwlelengrh Figur�s r*pr?senting the London Dress, nnd four new. H?ad Dws^es, aU ^esicnFathe inonth,, by Collins,' Joiiep, an I Kfemey, bt Bond-^fcet., i .l^ouhli'.;-FiwBfrwhole'length 'tigurcfs 111'the last^^^ Dresses �f l\uu.  , , , Fifth'.' TwiJ riew Patterns for Me�lle or Ta^Vibour Work. Sixth.. A new Song, entu^ed " Only tcU,her that I love," iirijtatcd trivm Tissn, andTset to Miisie for the Piano Fortet, V4y^iiters.; --'>.;. ...________ --------- , . eefclj^ MeiseiigerJ ,j OtFic^- .Spi�|EuW|;tin-nwy;be hail, gratis, Day is published price'4s, the becoud tuitiai adiiiti.jns, of- . OBSERVATIONS cn the TREATMENT of sciurhous TUMOTIRS of thft I}Reast. To which i.s a'dnl a rvciv and cltjcacious inoue of treating the Ulcerated t.ancer. iiv lAMKS noom:h, . : -Surctcon to hi.s Highness \h; Duke of Kent, a Member otti-e CuMsge, anil late Senior Surjieou to the at B.ithi - � . , Prin'i'd fo:- I. Inhnson in St. Paul's.Church-yard. \ . MiTlHERBY's MEDICAL DlCIIcrNARV. On the Fijlceiitli I'f March will be publislicd,-price il. 4s. Ill boards, P.trt I'irst, of M-IE NE VV LONDON MEDICAL DICTIONARY : ' lo be continurd evey SIX, months-, and corapletetl in FoUr Parts, foriimig.two Ja'ge qi:aito volunier.. Dr Mo'lieibi's .vled'cil Uittiiiwiy has stood the test of time, fiyc'large Lditio^iisiiaVingbi'etf sold m about 2j years  but the declinuig .health of the author and his successor, prevented tham fiom payhig due attention to the numerrus improvements in aiHerent.bnnchts of the S�.i?nce ; and, on a careful revrsril ot thtvDicfu.mrv, so much was to he adde.l or �OMtitted, so in^inv chini'cs' and mrdihcaiiotjsot former opt-mions had occurred, tijqt It has hocome A NEV/ WO UK. Itmeriied, thi-ref-ni*, a n?w Tttlo. ft is nawofTecedto toilu: world .as A CO IPI.ETE VIEW OF MODtiRN OPFNlON.-i AND .VIO.DERN PRACTICE tn every branch of' the pn)tes;iioii. Its extent is increased by one halt lieyond that ot the former editions ; while tautology and use- ' less redundance are m every ;part correijled ami avoided. This work Will he illustratcii with at least six'y plates, wholly new, selefted with peculiar care, and .rfi)resenting the mcst imtenant and instrudive objeds in the ditterent branches of the scieni-e. London : Prmt.-il for J, Johnson 5 W. J. and J. Richard-son; J. Walker ;,G. Wilkie and J. Robinson; G. Kobin-son ; Scatcherd and LettermJin ; J. Stockdale ; Cuthell and Martin 5 /enior, Hood, and Sharfte; Wynne and Sen ; G. Korsley ; Longman, Hurst, Rees,' and Orme; Cadell and r)av;es; Lackiiigton, Allen, and Co. ; R. P.tiiiJips.j . K. Setioleyiantt-f. ftlawtTOn. RUSS'.'n ANficboTTs. Tins Day Were published, in One Volume, O(�lavo, price 55. ' in Boardifi- CHARACTERISTIC ANECDOTES, from the HISTORY of RUSSIA, with Notes chronological, biographical, andexpla/atorv ; forming a useful Manuel of Russian i-Iistory. I raiislatedtroin the. Prentti ui the Counselor of State, CLAU.sen., v . By B I.AMTTERT. Lrndon : Printed for, and sold by Ihomas Ostell, No. 3, Aveiniiria-lane; I.ndgate-s-.rc'et. I''ran excellctit.charader of the above, see the different A�e�A'rf'i^d'"Mj^5tery ot tuiabr�l�Mli�ttw�f , . . ............rtl CumberlainJ; Voyagi.- en MaiftiVtf,, far Mangoum ; Coo�Ps Luciettus ;, Harni'ton Oil E*>;r?stive. \iediciue, &c. &c -FOR .SCHOOL*. AND 'YOUNG t'E:(S. 'I his Day is published; inizmo. pncc.-js, Od. bound, the Sixth hTriitirxi, minrovcd, � A SHORT SYSTEvI of A.RIIHMETIC and jL\. liOOi^-KEEPrrCG ; Willi a iiipplement, conraiumg .�Answers ?otr;e Arithmt'tical Questir>iis, Hy ROBKRT.HAJiILTON, LL.D. Prrjfessor of Philosophy in the .Mirischal College, .'therdj?n. I'rinted tor Archibald (."onstabU and t.o. J. fair::a rn, R. Ross, and W, Coke, Edinburgh; and for John Murray, Fitet-strcet, London. Of .bom may be had, by the same Author, An Intrr;h finished Frniuispiccc, or each Sermon separate is. Also a Sermon cn tlieOuties and Impottaisce ota Fanner's Lifi*, price is. a proper prstein of Great Britain, with 1 ables andart .'\pner)UiXi by. the Rev. Jeioms Alley, L.L.iJ. M.U. J.,--V. &ti,^�.Jijir, Setjopd Btljt,ionv , ^HE SORROWJj gLifKiPUGTION, a Poem, ia No,�rior, .10 ai)y otltcf hiiheito iiubtt&lie4. L. 'Eight-'Beimeaiions '  -\ � We h^jve peru^eil.Ai;*.pfliii|(,* wHh plea^urit, bxt^itwl by theuliifonnly. g�oit;WniJittant!i-'*fht%pervttde'iheiir;,jby t1^ loveotrelwion, )nor;ls,jind'virtue, \yfmh ,j. disiilajcd maU' m6st-every p(t�L'; -'Phe ^i^iitifarWiia^iffered tI>U!liii ttie selectionnt Ivts ii)iaser)f,.eBta"j�tts-BliBWn hiinieU-otV!en�n.-'U-? ' ' -  ~ -1* - , .*  wWlbh Critic. �' This is a Poem, of coividerabje iperit;; oii-'oll* int4teSiii�B �hfme.; \t to�s(8t*ioMi,�ftT-�cH,fetlalis,*ttaCin#the tat.r' tit? *a'httf>ih�VW4 � A tC-)RDS to itbe PRESENT TIME, COMPLE PE; , MR. PHILLIPS has tJie honour to ofFcr to the Pubiip the only complete, lespecfable, and uniform Series of tnglish Histi-ry which has ever been umduced Mr. Hume's History was brought bv that Writer down to the period of the Revolutir*, and Mr. Belsharn has taken up the narrative from the Revolution and, brought it down to tlie Peaccjof .'imiens; Both Wbrks form an uniform .Series of Twenty Volomcs, and they may be bad of every Bookseller in Town and Country, price Eight Pounds, m boards. Persons already possessing Mr. Hume's History mav have . Mr. lielsham's entire Work by i^elt in Twelve Volumes, tor Five Guineas, in boards. And as the latter part of Smollel's General History was frequently sold previou-Iy to thq appearance of .Mr. Bel-sham's Work, as a continuation ef Hume to the death of Gebrgo theSecoi:dj Mr? Philups thinks it proper to observe, that M'r.BiilshanVs History ofthcJht ma t;>urth part oMhe usual tinje.-^ . ' Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6,. firidgfr street,-BLick-triars, and-to be had ot a 11 Boolrsel lars, vwith a la^ low-ance-toSthools. ' � � . : / � . ,. = Ot whom may behad, alsp bv the sarae ."Vuthqr,-�- An Easy Grainxflar ofC.e.>grtiphy, hcuig an-Inttoduclioi* and a Companion to the ubove^'aiid um.VfirsaUy a�;know.ledt{-ed to btf the best and niosfpraelicat.AVfttki ot thi4 kmd ex.-tant. Illustrated - with maps, Ar*.-*c,'4iiice balf-a-crowa boundinrett. \ - �  i:.^-.v ? - ^ -. ; USEFUL HOOKS Kjr Cr>lbi;RtN. This Day is publisbed, in J'liree Parts, eiiber-part,tabehad � .sepatrfteJi;," prtc� 3~rMch, h.-in(j4QweUt,haIt bwind^ nrr^ttE.BOOIv of TRA-D^ES, ox LIBRARJY of the A tJSE F 01' AR'^S, m \�hiviigl�. -Spimier. ' � .C:meiiter, - waterman. v^'CilSpir.'^ s .Cjiwric;r.v Basket .Vlaker*-' -Sioiw-nfcisoni Apothecary, Hat Maker. Sawyc^ |1 *er. lewell^r, -Snutti., - StcjiW-hat M^ker. " *.:� . �.'*?...:�-l*'ART., iX.v. � -...>- Co^tSh-mtlker; ' 'Feather Worker.'" Trunk Afiluri l.(m,l. u: Piji.itvtltur vyiilteihf'G6rliU>i^Ci(�lit�tUi&LtbvV- Nviwro uuynbrf luid,'M*(fWmve3pa[tiiaWiW^(tf thgaihrtry, ^t�i�iisl>n*! orrtip*f*�l� w��isl}t���'*l*'ni*iC-hiHwnpi{ Ho \�(it>K'{^f Wtt^wtufJ j \ new PuMlciMums of mciitj 9u.*Miiun n.rva ^�Jake^.CaUtto" Pvihief. ' - i PiW-STa\iU-'^ ; ^^I'S^i-PUie-Worker. Printovi ibt"r�D�tt *mW;i>,'-at'0�b'gMv? IWlfefthvttght. ^>Jron Fou-iJef, ^, Coppert>l^tePrjnlt� Paiutir. . ^ � Ftigraver.v ' i,^ Su>�iaiy, - Putiou -ftt^keiS �Cabim^t Ma"-*^ -Sadleif. I 'Wate..t" t S�o�WS''tW y�ung �'�>pl* and for Scioji^, vMthwhivk-Wws lloiUj to tt)t Couttlry an? supphw*in a..v*'* ;