Courier, February 28, 1806 : Front Page

Publication: Courier February 28, 1806

Courier (Newspaper) - February 28, 1806, London, Middlesex No. FRIDAY, mB7^L^72K aS^lSOG; mrct. 61- THE\TRE UUYAU, UK.URV-L,ANE. TO- MORROW EVENING their Majeitics' ^etvants wilt a�t ,. l-- - - AfEROPE. . . � f Dorilas, by the YouiVg RoJciui-j Pdliphohtes, Mr. Ray. moml; Merotx;, Mrs PoweU; Ism^nev Miss-ll:lVU^ qr^O-MORROW .EV^NING^will be pcrforme JL a Iraijedy, called TheGAJlESTE:?. tcverky, Mr. Kembie; Stultcly, Mr. Cookej Lewson, Mr. C, Kfimbte; ivlis. Beverley, Mrs. Siddoiis;. Gharlotte, Wijh" WE KLYnY.NiGHV;" or Long Stbris^. On Morday^Barbaromyiitwl.i* Wig Fl^ fay Nigin." good. THEATRE-ROYAL; trUURY-LANE. - A I'KOPRlETOR's SHARt, Tobe Pdretinptbrly SOLD* by Messrs. KOBINS, At thiii* Spacious Rooms, Piazza* CAvent Garden, on Mon.� jb.VY, March 10, at Tw.elve, > AProprietor's Three Thousand Pounds SHARli-(b�in8 one of the first thirty-seven) ot the 1 heaue*.; Royal, Drury-lane, entitling the possessor to the clear annual incotivsot upwards Of 260I. and the tollowing very desirable advantages : a Silver -Tickei, translcrable nightlT ;; the right of giving ari Or"iler for two evciy evening j arid a Free Admission to the Proprietor to any partot the house before the Cmtain, private boxes alone excepted; held tor a term bfupwards of ninety.years, secured pn the very valuable property ot the Theatre. Particulars may be had ten riays prior to the sale/at Garraway's, and ot Messrs. Robins, Covent Garden. - CHARLIiSPKlGE, Deceased. _ IFthe Representatives or any ot the Relatives of CUAXLES PRICE, late of .London, haberd^isher, dc-, ceased, vwho was living in the year 173"', and \vho had property Hn Essex, will apply to Mr Withy, Solicitor, 18, JBuckingham-sireet, Strand, they will bs rewarded tor their trouble. ' � -T-�--. � � � � -  ----.".7 ' ' .- -' � ADVOWSON. WANTED to Purchase in any of the Counties North West of London, an ADVOWSON, vviiha I'ARSONAGE HQUaE, and early possession, notexceed-ing the annual value of ^ool.i" ah listate of inheritance of Farm Lands contiguous, and of atiut the like annual value, would alio be acceptable with the sanie. Personal application, or by lette)r(post paid) addressed to Messrs Clarke and Kichards, Solicitors, LhanCery-larie, wiUbe aitended toV . VIC^JNITY OF PORTMAk.SQaARE. npO i-ET; degantly Fu a very JL comfortable ^AMLLY HOUSE, with every requisite accotnmudation for a large farhily, double coach hnuse and six stall stable att^ched to the premises. For particulars and tickets to vicvv, apply to Messrs. Kidd and Co. 6z, � New Bond-street. , '. KESIDENG E at aj:heap yet much frequented Watering Place,- ILKR.^COMUE, DEVON. V rjpo be LET, either from Lady^day or Midsum- A"mer next, a good FAMIL]^^ ubLfSJi, comprising, a: drawing room,' dining and breakfast pario^iir,.and closet, on the firstflijorj thrtie bed ^|ns,and*rdresstng'rii}om in each of the'upper t,torieisi excellent kitcitibi and offl�lli�.with a IMtinif-^.^Mri walled^dr 'The {irinciiraPfiMiMs are -of good diuieiisicns, and command views of the isea af)d1p(^a^.t. ot Wales.' If required, some'ground may be had immediately behind the house, llfracoinoe is one ot the hi st pidluresqae and cheap spots fn the west of England. The rent of the houseiis 30 guineas [ler year. Apply (if by letter post paidj to iyir. Lee, lltracombe. : PURSUANt-to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, bearing date the 5th day of July, 1805; made in a Cause whereirt RODERT HO L'l, Butcher, and. others, Jire I'lainti&s, and. SAMUEL CHURCHILL and' another are DefendanYsi the Creditors of the Rev. Sir JOHN THO M A.S. W HE ATE, of Leolulale, in the Gtilnity 0/ Gloucester, Bart, are on or before the 5th day of March.1^806, to coine in i�tid prove their Debts before Samuel Coiiii[Vton Cox, Esquire, one Of ilie Masters of the said Co>^,valJiiB-Cliambers in Soathkrniitoh Buildingsj, Chjincery lane, London, or jh default thereof the/ wtii be peremptorily ex-chide(\ the benefit ot 1 he siid. Decree � _� ' . � !  IRiSH J.INENS. THE Public supplied With single Pieces of IRISH LI N EN, at wholesale price, at the I'R 1SH LINEN C()M P AN V'.S, No, 4, K LO(JMoIJUR-Y-S^ U AR near, bouthampton-strcet, leading to llolbonr. ..Wo iirticle 5old but Irish Linen, and not less than a piece; each piece contains about 25 yardsj is warranted, and the money returned it a lault appears. -� . Orders, by Post or otherwise, (with money) executeii with punolnality. ^ , , .,r. , usual, for Bant oCirehhd-Notes. ... . J. O'BRIEN, Agent to tha-Cbmpany^ - nni� Rev. WILLIAM'BARCLAY'S PAXE^TT A AN'TIUILIOUS PILLS, .'fjieexclusive Saleof this v^uable.moUiGinebemg now vssted solely inthe'KeV. William Barclay, and those appointe�i*j'.liimj the'lurtheraSle of tlie I'lll., IS, in consequence, entiiflly diseoijjlnuctLi'at .tlie ilaboiiitory, No. 3;, .Bediord-street, .Covent-ear(leiUbe , ready to treift rajTlb'sj^ ffsons.its tiiiybe �miilingld contract for supplying Hit MJJeiiy s Tarthiit Dep'iford and IrUluiicb iuith LAUNCHES,' � . PiNN.VCES.and Yw.AWLS. , A Fotm of the TinJer ;Miiyl>esei>h at tfji! nffiee. � No Tender It;!II be received after T'tnetue o'-Ciock on the day: of treaty, nor aiiy noticed^ unless tbe party, ei an a^iit for bim,' al-tenth, .  ' �__ Thisdav ij |iu->lrshv-d, jHsmill octivo, uficc ^s, in boaols. A N ACCOUNT of the STATE 6f FRANCE, ./1L aad its G0 VERW .MENTduringfhfi last three Yein.s, particularly as it:h�s relation t� the BeJgic Provinces, and the treatment ot the English. By ISR.VEI.VVC5RSLEY,-r.- Roberr with those sold at dfaib1fr�he5P!:i.ce:i6Al.SQ �PHiilv.'v/hjt6i preSerTe-tiiem-troni tlecay.aiKl -pTe-^r-the. l^.(.ll^-aclri� in short: it:WiU,jiQ=aU.that,�aui,possi^ atiY.iM'e�aratidiV-,ihi1sense? mitch gr^i t-r hyt'PirrfnVtfoitblb Distilled; at-is.^d, per bottle, equal lied -'." !-� ot.TOHJ,d�ib.nitesi anil most .cilectiialrr(an�'lyAti.'*hBXinrt'/Jn.rraU:-f^ IL arsencsscs, !i6re Thrpws^Jind Deftu^tions, on tlia lrUi>f�i haalinii tlie'^iWitnB^S'aftd'SdfeJJess'ohtheBreast^ai.d aJrow-111); great iteliftf i* SISArtmi^s ot '^Utath, and in Asthmatic and ti'inMimi-Mive GompBints; they�lo- not: cloy ;tl)u stomaCht but rather create an.appeirt�*,. -i--^��ai liiii:�5phe'giuri,d)3v havif� them-Genumei,il\e^p!u.b.Vip ur^.-js 10 observe; tNt'R'.HAVWAUD, No, to,, Ludg�ie Hill, li, printetl o..^ttis'i5famp,�Hotbtri4re;iC;puWii!iteitSv'-�.� ' 'lhei.'LO'/.UNGES are prcpitred.and- sp;d,.l}y R. JiAY- W.\ U^i {SUciessiVr� tij T.-t'itetiouslT," the  tnvcnto?,)' No" " 1, I jn,l�ate HOI *>d. �oW i^y Jl'. N�w^)ery, ^4, 4t.'St, I'hUl'sfeiiafCh'Y'aWli' Bayley �nd Co. CockSpur-iiircct 5 iMcnnaiid (-'0 No. tco, Oxtord.str�ei4:J:.^'AVilrlMeria Medica, Botany, Chemistry, Natural History, &c. &c. asejjiplpxed in the present improvid State of Medical Science ; but' also a eopinus Account of 'the Uiicases and tlieir Treatment, agreeably to the Dpdriiies of Cullen, Monro, Hunter, Eerdyce, Gregory,. Denman, Saunders, Home, and other modern 'Peachers in Edinburgh aiid Lori^.^ don. To which is added, a copious Glossary of obsolete Terms.' By ROBERT MORRIS, m;d. JAMES KENDRICK, ; / . ; Surgeon, ;F.L.S. and Others. Itisa siifBcient apology for the publieati 'n of a Work ot tfcis kind to observe, th^t 116 Medical Dictionary, onah equal scale, has been eompiled from original sjurces, since that' of � Dr. Mothelrbyi - which, to,much that was borrowed from his almost obstilete predecessors in the same pursuit; avowedly deiwvijd all thai wasdeemed valijiable atthat time of day, from wj-itiwgs w hich, to us, cease to be of the sina 1 lest u tili ty. Notwithstaiiding within this last half centuiy every branch of medical science has bteiViiiiprbvihgmos'rapidly, systems wholly new ; hew arrangements ot older- theories; new no-menc lators t  iww di^wVcjftesi and- eveil, new diseases, have beiu brought to. light; whilst the Studeiit and Pradtioncr liave been left t6 trace these siibjeds throflgh innumerable volumes for want of that indispensible article in a medical Libiary, a citlionary, in which they may be found, in a iiar^ rowcciiipass, treated copiously, or otherwise, Recording to :theit inipdrtance, and capable of bring resorted to by the busiest prttdittioher 011 the. spur of the occasion. 'With regard t() the eXecii'tion of a Work so greatly, wanted, the Editors Id k Wf^^ontidence to the judgment of the public; no ex-' pence having been spjii'ed or industry wanted,to make it what it ought, and is intended to b*, a cujnplete Encyclopasdia of Medical Science, embr^^cing eyery object that such a plan � can be expeiieJ lb. include. ;, Edinburg.i: Printed for Bell andrT5radfute, and Mundell ami Son ; and sold in London by Thomas Oatcll, Ave-Ma-ria-lane; Ludgate-street. . � F1N A N GIA L - A D MINIS T R A T U) K. �. T'liis'day is pulilished, price 18. 6d.-A, LETTER, addressed to thji Right Hon. Lord th. ttfl and pointing qut the l'ojus'tici*�tlie lOTjioTtcy', 4f>^,eyen- the Dunt'.er ofcOntinuili's to'^lloiiN';\t.hise'.P^ilK:ip to ini^uence; the Fin-inCial .MeasW.rci brCosVernmeiBt'.. ' ,; � There may 'be soine cirbuinjtjnc.csiyhefe tl,e Coiprn-rce and R'Ches, and Lux.yry of Individual's, .TriSfeKilufaddiiji' Stre-'Kth to the Public, witl only serve to tliin its .Vi-niies, and dnnmis'.i its Authoruyamong the neighbouring Natl/ins..'' ' . Essav on Commerce. PtinjeA for Jordan and Stini-:�set JIousc. Essay on Commerce. Maxwell, 331, Stratnl, onpoSits 'I his Day IS publi.�hed, price the ^ec.-.tvi U(ntionenLirt;�'d and improved,. . THE LIFE and GHARACTEl^. of BONAPARTE, drawn troirl atithentlc Sources, ' . i By W. BOftn.>N, A. M. And Ornament�r with a Striking Likeness engraved by'J. A. Kidd. . ^ This Volume will be found interestiTigto all descriptions of-Rcailers: it contains, among rnany otl\?rs,tlie tollowing particulars t Anecdotes pt Bonapjirte's early Lite - his Military Lxploits.durnig the three Cam|t the Revolution on the itSth Brumai-e ; hi�\ Conduct to England, which provoked tlvvpre^entWar ; his Crueltie.-i, Murder of Froite, the Duke d'Enghien, arid Pichijgru'; tiis Piivilcged spies ; his Secret Pblice ; tlie Chambe,' ot Hell described ; Reasons why we never can make I'eace with hiiiv j his Character, anu h'-iw It differs troin other Tyranis who have pre-ceUca himj more savage th.i.i any thac ever existed in civi. lizcd Europe. � -/ ' . Sold by J Osrell, Avemaria-lanc, ' This bay-is publis.'ied and..sold by �Thbm-js.t'^tell, No. 3; A vemaria-Une, id one very thick and closely prin'.edvo-� liime, containing upwards of 600 pages, price los^ 6d; in ' bjards, or 12^.. well bound in calf ^lul letleied, - ACOMPENDIOUS LAW DICTIONARY; containing both an i^xplanatibn of tlie Terms a-id the Law itself, intended tor the use of the Country Gentleman,, the Merchant, and the ProfesMonal Man. By i'horiias Poits, Gent, tornierly of Skinners' flail. Dedicated by permi^sioti, to the Right Hon Lor.d tllcnborough. To give a sin�(l;'article byway of si)scimeh, out of so extensive a work, \vould be like producing a brick as .a sample of a house; bat we Hre clearly of opinijn, troin the exam.i-natib.ii we have made, and from the ch|iratier of the author, that the book will be found ex.remely useful in the Lijjriry, in the roynting-house, arid the Office.'� � British Critic, OcV.'l8p4. ** Theauthir's viavy in this wurk was'to produce in a small compass, a work which .would not only be useful to prpfessbrs of the legal science, but to 'mercantile ii\Sh in ge-ner.iI, by affording a- ready explanatioribf the terms of laiy, aiulat the same time stating in a very general Way. sojtis of the leading law> relative to each particular heail respedliyely.' Greater attention liaS been brstowcd on those .|)a(tiof the work which relate to Bankruptcy, hijurance, aiidbthcr.brfi.n-pf Commercial Law, it having been parp.i->l'Siied, pfniffis. 6... THE TRAVELLER-S^:- An Ol^ERAriC DRAMA, accompanied by the SONGS, and Notes illiis trative of the Music and Sctnery ; as thewhole is pertbrniing at this time to overflowing-Houses, at the THE.^TRli ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. By A. CHERRYi Esq. Printed for Richard PliiUips, Nij, 6,' Bridge-street, Black-friars ; and sold by H; D. Symonds,. Paternoster-row ; Barker and son, Russell-street; an^l by all Booksellers. Of whom ttiay be had, by ihcsame Author, ' TheThirtecnthEditijn of the SOLDIER'S DAUGH TER, price as. 6di : - . JMVBRUL PAHUMlESr. The Exchequer Bills Bill Svas^reada tl-ird time and passfl, and a Mi;ssagc ordered to be scr;t to the Coinm -lis riJ ac-.�qu'iint th'emtlidrevvirh. I'hc WeatKiilibg of Yorkslv'iTe Coijit Houses Bill v/j-i �-ail a.sec.-prid tmj-:, and c^'rii/iiitied for tn-mprrr/'.v."" IMPE.-\CHMENT wrr^s'-;~s;-s-iNDilVlNITV rill L. ' The'order of t'-;e 'Jfr.' h:i'.'i!.^yed' -.i.-iiiir any officer entfu.sced with the applicati: n .1'j:ublic money, could clcmur to answer to an\ quc^ tion re lative to the matter in issue, the ans.vci to which : This Day is (iiiblished, price 2s;-6d. ASYSTEM OF ETIQUETTE. By the ReV. Dti'TRtJSLEH,. who recommends the follovv-liig Books: , �'� [. .,, ... Principles of Politeness for both Sejces, price 3s, 6d. Domestic .Maniirtpment tor.Young HousekeepeIs,-pr^ce zs The Seatnifti.'^Manual, tor young Sailors, price 3s. 6d. A PocJcet&jzSttcer, price ts, fid. for News Readers.  An Engll^^^ccidence, price IS. for Girls. First hoorKuJes ot'':Ari*hMi?tic, puce .is. forditto^ -Family tables to save Caloulation, price 3s. .-The Kicket t-arrier, price is. 6d. tor Travellers. JDisundlioH between words; esteemed Synonimous, 2 vols, pricp gs. -,j v>The:IWaV^to be Rifth^/or Economists^price is. 6d. j'radtical Ujisbandry, fpr'Gerulemen tarnsers, 4s. shewing how to cTear-^P^I. a yEaron-ijoAcres. - Sold by J. Bri.>ct.v\ell,;^artcr.lane, -Doaorjs Commons. Catalo'gbfes 'ot all' DV.' Truslei"s-us�liil PuoJications gratis Thttday was'publrsUed,' in rhr^e lifjje Vbfuiftes, royal 8vo. ... , - price, a^:. ^12.8..-M;hSirff!svuh a r\. t'i!iilfcU �gestiof general System ot'^tne BanTirupt Laws,-arranged jn its i)atura)OrfcihepeunoiMUg4i;reditoF.'-...... - 4. Or the. Adlot Bankruptcy. _ ; ; .: ...^ r. �--bts proveableundqr g Coni�iissio�;'and.' "ofthe'^tiUereivtsorts of property distributable under a Cqin-, inisMon.. ^ - .. _ '6.. Otthe Proceedings .under� Comiplssio.nof.Banl;riyjtcy,;. Tind hereiiVof'prifceedmgtr m favour ciigrtethe'eoniinisston- ; r -12. Of the Cpsts ot issuing and prosecuting tl}e Com-^.-mission.'-;>'-.-'-�'�'>i, . , v  13. Of tl>e Divideml. .> . ^ , rv... Ti. - 'J 14. Of Protreft'liligs'hiFatfblii'r of His Batikrupt. - . ij. Ofjthe t^etiJh6a,^p,,lyuilirupi'.s Aliowahcevaiu) Cost&V-^ . .16. Ot itivaiiflatuiga Coinnn;;sion^otsuperse{iing4- CoiDf., ..17. Bankruptcy ii).particularCyses, joint or s�(}ar4t&Eto-,petty, Partnei,snt|>, tXtfc[itor,'Trus(ec, Assignee, Ac. ,-, 18. Vt ^,l|emn�Jpn.i � . --' 19. iDi a tSxmptry Comi^issioji, : 20. .)tenkvtl^tic*.abroadi* - 1- ^  ai. Ot. Lf�uili)Jutit,U8�ikfUpti�y, Ac. I , ^ ..(--^ ^-..-ij 'I'hftSteondsml rPhlW Volluncs'bf this Wpric conWlii^' i ' GAPITAL BOOKS ON AGRPCyL fURli. The Sixth Edition, iiutiroved, in one large Volume, odlavo, price Halt a Guinea in Board's, THE FARMER'S.. CALENDAR ; containihga full .Account of the Business necessary to be pertbrincd on all kinds ot Farms during ievery Month of tli2 Year, with the latest Improvements, and the mode ot executing thim. By ARTHUR YW.UNG.E-sq.F.R.S. 'Secretary to the .>;land, have acknowledged, npt only-that it enables them to pertorm every operation in manner/buteffects, , iir the general buMiiess of l-arm,-a saving of. from ten to twetity-ftve percent-.' ., 2. In two large Volumes, 4to., illustrated, with nearly One Hundred Engravings^ representing the.most 1 reproved Implements, the various Crosses,, and. the i>rmcipal Breeds of .Sheqi �nd-Cn-ilej pfice l-*ur Guineas in boards,- a Complete, SViteip.^ gt Pi(i.Micali.,Aj;ricql�Mre iHi;,i�g, all the Modern linproveineius and .l>sc.oyerjes,.and th:,- results ot rail thaiattention and-cnquiry which have...been on this iauportant. ScieijcB,' duran� tlie last thirty, years ,j.:the whole conjblning and ex.plaiwiW!ii.tMlly, ..^extensively,: .a,ud conipfefely;-the.PrinGiples and Practice otthii Modern .Art ^Ot MusbSV.dryiTi all Its.branches and'relations; ByR. VV. D^ClfjSON, M. D 1 Houorky J^lcmber ot the Hoard of Agriculture _ >. ' 3. la Quarteily'NumWrijprice Jhree Sfull;n;s ami Six-p,eiice;.i^ly!lnt�te�rs, ^.peiiments;, and Qbser^v^ttioHS j eonduiled by^ A,R IH.UR .YOUNG, 4-sq F R s: ' Piinteil, fsisi Rioh-Jul'^uUrpSi Bndge-stree^ -B4aek/r!afs-; caiid t" be:liarl;ot till b"okjal)er�r - s-- - y, -i,- An iMi'DRilANP />1>K).I ritilWrfa'tKe Sl'OfiK. o. iBUOR^otEUUCAriON,.  > Qn Monday! the ujth of tePruarjTjWill 6e j)iiblis!;ied,_ printpd on go�LiJith.theelem�vts:f^tallknowl�d^Oi�afgreirt^md m any oVver\yorfc.ot tlie^�ipe dcscr�ptH!�ii,v every Jessoivha-vim; ,ji clearly^ d.clifted.orijd, and t6at iljLi;jp,ilo{mjat ^ntpn^ hfywW'!he ^ei(? Utility 4 Souiid.Aivl M>?P -IJAX^t W?!) :.Vu*hously �)inhMi�d aijtl Efouueiico �'�-"-��"�>�-".-� -  Instrnawn , . . ........,______ Boole, IS calculated to (unHf^ tUe Young Ueiider botfi. wiser andhetter, - . ,  1 Jw-Atifhor>s-own exnerience-,;** a TejfchStr;��t>ggestc.d to altogeth.-rtormm?, wi-hthe Digest contained in the lirst Volume, a coun>leielj5djr otthe Bankrupt Laws. hfen tho tltYlSJQ'V 0�i;t�s (iook. into U' bfets vn*�d-and S-Txtyi�*nj> abstrp^ '*;pouiV of' la.w")Vt-eSj>e(^ting which they rotpii^d iijFjr(na*^^= -ttOAjtind ihat^uvh an-iv^^er >hv.-ukl bv' in-tlu.-afSriusvi. 7*2^- me or ncg.ttive. , He could nqt help r^m^irking; thwt jm-this case the- opittil t> deHvcred^' * ;

Share Page

Publication: Courier

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: February 28, 1806