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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ^3= VVEDNESDAr, MAmH 5,' 1806. J,     THEATKE ROYAL, ORUrvY-I-ANl-. nT^d-MORROW EVENING their ISIajcitici'. A- Servants will ail THE TRA'VEiiLKRS ; or Wiisic's Fascination. 'Hie principal chSrattsrs by Messrs. tllisfoii, Itraham,. Jnhlistone; Mathews, Diiwton, and Biiujiister; Mrs. fo.veil,' I'.IrJ. Mountaini Mrs. Bland: and Sienora Stor-JCe., .    With THIU-E VVEL-Kf5 AFTER MARRlAOE. SirCluHes Racket, Mr. EUJitQii, . Lady Racksti Mrs. . l6n Saturday, Love for Love ; with ^I'he Soldiet's Return. .     THEATK tj ROYA!,, CDVEN P-fJA V.UEN. nrO-MORR.QW. EVENING will.be pcrforme .1.  a 1 ragt:dy, called ; DOUGLAS, SforvaU by Maitsr"Betsy ; Lord Randolpji, Mr. Chip-jtfij Gleualvoh, .Mr. Cooke ; Lady Randolph Mrs Liwh- .   -jsW.      � ' With " \VE_FLy 15^ NIGHT     -or Long Stori-s.: Dn Si'tiirilny will be prndiiCtfd; for the first tirrif, a new Wuiady; In five aiils; called A Hint to Husbauds; with �   �' WeTly by Ni^Hl, ; � � :J'.  ' '    /; �� -        OKATOlRfOS, i    THEATRE ROVXL COVlvNT-GARlJEN. J.   will be uerfO'rn^tfte Sticred Oratbfii) ot" ;    THE MK'SSlAH.   � ' Compostd by G.'    Ifartdel. It�i of Part I, Steib^U's New Coricertoon tiie Grand riano Forte, by Mr. Ncale. '  Principal Vocal Pertbrmers-Sigt^ora STORAGE, Mrs. Salmon, Mis. rland, Mr. .i'.raham, Mr. gib- 1>0N;;,  Mr. I'YNE, Mr. SMITH, and Mr.DOYI.E. Leai^r of the Hand, . Mr. .ASHLEY; Org:m, Mr. J. A.S.fLI-Y. 'I'lae liand and> Ohortises (which are numerous and coni-p]eto} by the in ;st approved l^ribrm^rsi Places ibr the Hoxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the BaxOdice, Ilait-streer. ~        ;   ; Poors to be o^jened at six and b;gin at seven. ' Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gal. as. Upp^'r C;al. is. H'-oks of the I'erfot-, tnance (>viih the iiiipritnafurc of E. Macleish) to be lia'd in *he Theatre only, price Cd. t^JOW OPEN.-At the PANORAMA, irt;the 1^ Sl'RAND, a view of the Handsome CITY of ffLORENOB andi'sbMiitiful ENVlRONS,generallyton-jidered oneof the finest Scenes m Italy.-Tlie Spectator is . placed oh th3 Palace Ferpni, oveilooKing the River Arno. All the four Bridges are seen ; tlie Grand Uukc's Palace and .Bpbole Gard.ns ; the Old Palace; the Cathedral, built of various marbles'; the Tomb of the greatMedici Family, with an infinity of interesting objfits too numerous tomention. A fine expanse of t|IJ| Vale of .A.rno enriclies the Land-iscapc, bounded-oil all sides 1/ Mountains, and part of the AppeniiKis. The Hay of Naples coptinussropen; fp which has been added� a representation of the late awful Eruption. of Vesuvius, and inany Figures, &c.    , Open from Ten till Husk. Admittance to each Painting one Shilling.   , Piece; just published, entitled " The Glorious Battle off Trafalgar."-.^thomeon Wednesdays and Saturdays ; abroad � every other day, except Sumiays. Mr. Watlen's .method of teiichinF Singing', is well known to be very expedhiotis, and liis Pupils are brought on vvithout much study.   HtaTtends J xrown-up Ladies and Gentlemen, in Town or toiintry ; "also Ladi^fs Boarding Schools;   A new Edition of the; Battle oft" ,�' Trafalgar, price 5s., may be had at his House, No.. 8, Leicds- 5 ter-street,, Leicester-square. vui^^N. B. As there are sivcralotherPijces of the same des-M cription, whicli has been put iato the Ha.itl^ of the P ublio afc Mr. VV'atlen's, he hopes bis Friends and nuhicroiiB PatroriS will ask for the Glorious Battle olfTrafalgar by him.   ' PftlZE-MONEY DUE TO THE ISLAIJD OF ST. . HELENA. ., .,    . . \TOTieE is hereby given to the OFFICERS and iN P R 1 V ATliS who were doing iluty at St. Helena in Julv, 17^3. whetr the Rcnsher^. Danish East Irdia Ship, was brought in there, that-i Di^tribut^on Of Prize-money lor ihc same Will bs paid next Friday, ami every, rriday after, St No. 3, BiahopsgiK Cliurch-yard, and Two. betvVeen EicvenoClock ANY^ MAJOR-\ nd.iy, the 3d of March, a �ank\-f iinglaiid Note, tor. tool, No. 1044, ('Utad INGING and the PIANO-FORTE tAUGHT, (- by Mr. W AtLEN, Composer of the celebiruted St-a- IRrSll L;INEN3 THE Public supplied with single Pieces of IRISH LINEN, at WitoJesdle pri'ce.at the IKlSH.IjNEN COMPANY'S, No. 4,.BLOOMSBURY-SQUAkR, near Southampton-street, leading to Holbo-n. ho article sol.d but Irish Linen, and not less ihatt apiece ; each piece eon-tains about 2) yards is warranted, and th-j money returned if a fault af>pears.       ,      ' Orders, by Post or otherwise, (with money) exccyrcd with puntlnaliry. ' Citbh, as u>ual, for Fank of Irclind Notes. J. O'BKIVN, .'VKt-nttotheCft-rpany. rr^HE re.d JAPAN BLACKING; made by DAY X and Marti N.-This inyaluiible Composition, with half tlie usual labour, produces ths mist bplhant. j=t black ever beheld, affords p t soil the finest linen, is perfeaiy freifroi.n any uiip'casant smell, and will retain its virtues inan.y climate, tiold, Whoje^, sale, by Day a..d Martin, at tlie Manufjdory, No. 97, Hi.uh Holborn Retail by F, Day, No/ 7,: I'avistnck.street ;. W. Day, 6;, Swallow-stree'; Axte'll, No. r. Finch lane j the principal Booimakers, Perfumers and Oilmen in rhe Me:-', tropolis, and in every town throughout the United Kingdom, in stone bottJQ'!, price !s. 6d. each PURSUANT to a Decree of the rligh Court ot Lhancury, bearing date the 5th daybf ]uly', 1805, made in a Cause wherein ROBERP Hi) L 1', Butcher, and To the GENTLF.MF.N, FREEHOmERS of the ; COUN'IY ot FIFE. HOWEVER unwilling tipon arty occasion to disturb the trHn^-crosi, respetlfully inform the Nobih-ty and Gentry, in possession of Incomej arising from Free- hold, ('nnvhrilrl  r>r   T09c�1inl.1 Cofn.-o I ..^A ,i u . iiifis, or any certain income tor Life, may I Sums of Money to any amouiit, by paying an adequate Annuity I ntetest for the same^ redeentable any time, at their own o jtiOrt. Peirsonal applications will bi received every day, ti 1 Three o'Claclc { and Letters from C0rres�i)ondents, in Town or GoMntry. post paid, immediately an�weied. X'HE Rev. WILLIAM 'BARCLAY'S PATEMT I I ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The exclusive Sale ot this A-luable meuieine beini now vested solely .in the Rev.'Wil. Leiccsier-square; where the public may be assured of haviiig Wiem in their pure and genuinetttatc. Mr; Ric|iard Butler, ^o. 4, Cheapiide, being appointed sole Wholesale Agent, all wiiolesalo orders, bpih in town aiul country, are re-pasted to be aUdiessed to him, who will make tlicFr.ndc the �ilowan�M. None are genttiiie but those having a Miack Stamp, with tlie name,     1 he Rev, W. iiarcky," engraved thereon. T. A. PHIPiF ----PPS, Agent to the Pfoprietors, Bedford-street, Crtvdiit-gardeii. tOR THB VOICE. PROBATT'S celebralcd OXFORD LOiENGES. THE inotit e)egai>t, as well as most efhcacious, Remedy" evet otter.-i to the Public, for COL!>s, COUGHS, and HOARSENESS, (from, whatrter catise it may proceed). These L�z�n|(es imprcgiiiite the breath vyilh a rich bdout, cxhtUtatsJihe spiritii,�hd rehdet �     THE VOICE inelodious, powerful, and flexible ^ and capable of t)ie most rapid niodulatipns. So'd, with fun dlreaidris, by Willmm Probatt, Apdthccary ana Chymisl, Oxford; and, retail, by Mr. Goldiiig:, Corn-hill,ami Messrs. Bucou and Ctf. i}0, OitfWd-itieet, Xondoji. Price    Ml Mth box. - _...... SamUcl Compton Cox, Esquife, one of the Masters, of the said Coijfj, at his Chambers in Southampton Buildiiigs, Chancery-lane, London, or in default thereof they will be pereinptorijy excluded tlTe benefit of ths said Decree LEAD MINES. ~~~~    ~" 'T^^O be LET, for the purpose of winning and X .working Lead Mines oiily, for such termor terms of years, and in such parcels as inay be agreed upon, a large Trad of mostly unincjosed Laijd,cor:si^ting of about FIF FY THOUSAND ACRES, situatei in the North Riding oitke County of York, in a Lead Mine Coiiwtry, lying nearly in a line between AUtone Mt*)r and Akeiidale, (1 he rich rnines of which distrids arewel known) separated only by the River Tees from Middleton in Teesdale, and extt-nding from the County of Durham to the Counties of Westm.jrland and Cfltnherland, including Lune Foresrand divers manors there adjoining, An accur,ite survey and plans of about Thirty six Thousand Acres hive already been made, ad tine Samples of lead Ore have been gotten in difterent parts, but nearly the whole is yet unexplored. For further particulars, apply to James Farrer, Esq. or James Farrer steadman, Esq. Bread-street-hill, London; to Mr. Colpitts�. Streailam Castle, near^Barnard Castle; or to Mr. Dobson Gibside, near Newcastle iipon-Tyne. CAPI FAL LEASEHOLD WATKR MILLS, illW.V� > STONE, ESSEX. To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. HERMAN, At Garr.iway's Coffee-house, Change-alley, Cornhill, on FRiD.\t next, March 7th, at One"o'clock, by order of the Assignees, THE MILLS, DWELLING-HOUSE, OFFICES, and MEADOVV.LaND, most advantageously sitiiated at Sewardstone, two nii-!es from VValtliam Abbey, two miles from C^hinkl'ord, an rincipal Inns in the ailjaceni towns ; at Smith's Cr.lFe-houso. Corn Fxchange; i'f Me.-isrs. Williams and Brooks, Ne^v-^qnare, Lincv^ln's-inn; at Garraway's ; and of Mr. Htrinan, Conduit-street,, llanovec-,, the s |lh of M.�fch, illoh, b--twccn the hilurs of nine o'tl,jck in tlio morning and thriu in thcuftcri onv, or thed-'po�its made therecn will iibjolutely b.:coniC toifeit-td, and t.'itf g�ods re pust-tend to restore it, when in that state, to produce a single Instaice of their ever having done so; it being utterly impossible ; such assertions, thercfoie, can only be meant to impose on the; public, and are an insult tothe'ir undersrandiiigs. The approbation of the first persons of Oistindion, who have experienced the efficacy of Mather's Ptrpatatiofts after every other tried for the purpose had-failed, warrarits his Siying that the NUTR ITl VELIQUI D wilt restore, preserve, and pr-mote the Growth of the Hair, if ever so thin and weak, and answers every purpose of PoinAtumand Huile Antique-The ASFRINGENF S PKENG FH l-N IN G LOTION prevents \he Hair lalli'^g oii", and is greatly superior to Honey VVa-er for clennii'g ths Hair-, as it i.i of an agreeable perfume^ gives' a hue nloss, and prrserves the natural Colour of the Hair; bottles ^s. and los. each.' A TRE.'^TiSEon the nature and preservation of the Hair is given with a los. hottl-?. Sold by Appointment at the following Petlifmeis J Mess'S. Davison, 59 Heet-s'.reet; Tait, 41, Conthill ; and Metcalf, 5a Holliorn ; and by Ihe Sole Preparer Matiier, Ladies Hair Dresser and Perfu.nertD their Roy.d FPgh>e se> the Piincess of Wales, th3 Duke and Duchess ot 'York, No. \z, Edwurd-striet, Portman-square; where he may he consulted n-s-^eding the Hair withijut ex-pence.   The \Vhole:iale allow nice to Country Dealers. For the G"'it,- Ktieumatiiims, Consuniptioni. bccbpnuia. Cancers, antl otIier-Chronical Disorders. The Rev. W. VVILSON'S;A.\iTlARFHRITlC or, ALTC R A FI V� POWDER. . THE Invencor of this Medicine, formerly a Stu-dent in Phvsic, at Glasgow, is induced to ofler to the Public an ellicatioiis Kemedv for tlie above, as will as lor many d!>^e.Vses deemed iiicurijb'e'. It has been exteiisively used in ircl.m;! fi>r several Years, and its saliitary Elleds are produced in a safe and ea.iy manner, with very little sensible Op'ration. By mixing with the Bliod and.luices, itapidits itself to the si.at,of th; Disorder, which it will remove by �Jiw degrees, l'r^>iii its alterative and healing Quilitle-.. In Cons'nnptions it will genrrally sncceed in the Two l^r^r Stages, and often even in the last. In the Scroi-)luiCa,cr U vil, if u.^edearl.),the Cure wdl he Sp-edy,and theulcerateil.Clar.ds will heni ; and it has been known to rescue the Patient even after motal Svmi'toms had anpe r.d. But I'ersons a(Hidetiir; bv the British m 1795, { W.VRXV CLINTOM. a Tale lor Youth; atitidgid trom Mr. .orouke'* Fool of �Quality... � Printed forj; Johnson in St- Paul's chureh-jr ird, and J. Mawiiian in the Poiiltf*.. Where tnay be liinl. Harry Clinten, |>Tiee^' .htei.iiig the disease, by tedious treaty, h>juricus cxi*csure, specious ex-adion, and filialdisappoirtnieni I Fiom this jDut too just) accusation, Mr. H. J .ACK.SON, claims entire exempiion; Thecxteiit and opulence of his coniiiVtims (the distinguished ineed of vi-ry inany vears ui.iiniieacha lie p of'ess'onable uradicej enable liini, as hitherh>, to nicviiatc the loan of, front Diirsool. up 10 i?,osol. oritiore, by Redeemable .Annuity, and the Interest aUme rrqviiretl to be secuicd updnLand, Houses, the Funds, Sctilcinents, Joinnlncs, Chitich Prcler-mciits, and other Life Incomes : B'lt from pci'pleof Rank, or high resp;elabiliiv,iic(iliing more than merely personal ^e-ctirily iidjsirert. In evfcry negoiiati-i� coiiU-kd to Mr. Jack^ son, and which he iindeiiakes, its accomplishment is uiil,nl-ug i jvist, pronipt, s�*cret, frank, a.id Genilenianlyr Pp..i paid Lettfri, not anonymous, sddressert (lis for some years j.us?) to Mr H. Jackson, to be left at the New Cliaptv, Cutlee-hoiise, Dukes vouit, Long-acre, it ffotn the Coiiiitrja vitll cnmmaiid ,in itiimeniate answer; and if in Lctul.u)', m tunfidintJalappointmet>V�l the .'VuUior's Uoviie, iliV Wc.m-JnJ of fhc.l p.vii. __.ajd its G'0'VE::i.V.\:E>'tJriligth* la.vt tlj'cs Yevr-s," parricularlj a-, it has rela'ich to t;!e,Bc!)ix.Prpviiice , nut tiis . treatment of the En;;lisli.   � . By, iSRAFl.UOKSLF.Y.detaineilasan Ho^'^^. Printsil forJ. Johnion, in Sr. P.iui's Chi-icl!--ar1 ; .v.here ntay ba had, the Second Eduion of A Rough bk-tc!i ^f 'i'stia, price 6s .6d. MOTHERiBV's MEDICAL DIClIONARIi,    " On the Fifteenth of March will be ptiblisUd, pn:   il, 4?.' in boards. Part FirsT, of T'HE NEW   LONDON  MEDICAL J . DICTIONARY : To be continurd evey six months, and com.oletevi in Four Parts, forming two large quarto vrluinei: Dr Mo-lierby's Medical Midionary has siood the lest.of time, five large Editions having been soid in itbout 20 years ; but the declining liedtho! tl'.e au'.iier and hi� sHcccssot, ^xe-vt-nted them f.-om paying .due attention to the iiuiner  aiid use-Icis rfi'dundance are jp every part c-irreded and av.>;ded.'   ' ^. This v.ork will be iliiistrdted with at least si%!y plates, wholly new, seleded with peculiar care, and r:(>ieseiinii^ the most impprtant and inatrudivs oiijedi in the dillircnt branches of th?science. London: Printeil for J. Johnson,- W. J. and J. Richardson; J. Walker ;G.Wilkie and J, kp-ii'SJu; G. Robin--son ; Scat(:herd and Letteiman ; j. StockJide ; Jiithell aiwl Martin; Vernor� Hcod, apd Sliarpc; W)iine and M>n; G. Ke.irsley ; Longman, Hurst, Rees, suid Orm=; C.�.iell and Davies; Lackuigton, Allen, a:;d Co.;: fi. Pi>-i 'P,^ i Scholey; and.|. Mawman. This Day is published, pi-ice 7s. boaod,anew Editian, being the Seventh, cotreded, of AN  INTRODUCTION to the WRITING of GREEK.; in Two Parts, forthe Use of Wiixheater ICollege By GEORGl! isaac HUNTINGFO�I>,D.n.   ,   . Warden of Winchester College, and Hiship of Gloucester. , Piinte I for T. Cadell ii-,d W. Davies, ^tra d, ,Of whom inay be had, by the sane-Author, ; t. Di^course�on differeivt Siilijecis ; 2 VoLs 8 re the House of fords in Westminster Abbey, on the Fast Day, Mav 1S04, pries is 6d. 3. Thoughts on the Tiiiiity, Svo price 3s. .   4. A Call forUnion witii th: 1 st.ibl.s'ie.t Church, add'e%s. ed to Entl'sh Proie�tanr.-!; being a CompiKtiionOi Passages inm various .-\u;hors, Svo price .;s. 6d.     :- Tile name and repiitit ion of DH VE l.Nti.S.' VEGETA.RLE PILL, bHng frcquenily .idver.. tised m thennme^f DF VEL.XO.S, -Mr. SWAIN-SON, his Successor, in Frit':i-st.-e;t, Soho, .ind the I'rojj.-ie-torof  he (?nly .Medicine he ever prepareti or ^dniiniftered, hnpi's tliat Ids own Lliaracler, iiud tiie ;i't:"n!ian anJ iiicce'ss wiili whch he i:as'adniir;islere t offedual app--al ,rotl:e interest and fceluiKS of rhe Public, 3,e-tinst an Einpyricul 6ir;iugcin so gross and s.i dangerons.   .\Jr. DE VELNOS has been thirty yesrs in his j:rave, r>etore any .^il-venturer h.id ti'.e profLi^areaudacitv t.* arti t any thing like .>iis name toa Bill, or to a-v s;'iu:ioi;s prepararion, prctenihrn." to an elficac)'similar to lii.it .if his V[�(; ETA R1. !i SYR UP, In those i;npurit'!es-md debi!ir|;s of :;ic LyKiph.nic System, wiiich'jire the_c-.iises o( ScroniU,>Ciiivy, vuiii, I'alsy, Coi'.-suinpt;i)n, ic.   Wjli any pnuirnt m.in trust to tiic fabrita-lions of such iinpositipn>, tii.* oiijeits of his fondest attacn-in-?ius ? I f rertedion anl reas in wi!! not keep the Ijw spirited aod despondin,; siiliere-s from snch ir.ini:>ters aiUi,.->h >!>s of (le-ith, their fritn-.'s sli.iuUi cons-jft tlieir own hi-arts .lu.i ,^ilf.'ttioiis, anri iv t sutilr ihe mast pitable, an I ottc.i the mo>l aniianleof tlu'lriicijiaintti-Jc, to c-msi^'ti tri-.nif Ivcj to pri'-t^-nded leKicdlcs, re->'!ng on such   .Vtvc-r;'>en5^-:ns.   "I.ie g nuine ,>lvd i:i:i'--.if l.'e Vjinps is prepar;';i o. iy    .^Ir   vv.iin-61)11, N0..m, I-nth-Mr^c:, S..ii,i. whiie !t i> s 1, .\! 1        i liotric, and iby all the iiput->fc-Ie .\i=doii:c \'eni!trj in tiu Uniifd Kin>'.dc.nj. MERCURY, excessive Drinking, &c. which im-poverisn t.'ie bl'iMl, wriken the iirrves, iin|'.i-r the fa- . cnltics, and must ccnscijii iiilyreifticc the constnntion 'o a state ofiiiisery wprvc tiu'i lieat.'i, MM.N i'Kk's K bS  O-RA 1 I VE   BALSAM ii the first .McxFciHi- in the wprld for restoring and invig.>raring th* CDn%titiiti->ns ot pirsons w.-ak. ened aiid d.bd!tat-;d by a cjy.rse ot dissipaiid plea-ures, or indeed by any other ciu.>es.   Every liay pHKliices ft s't ac-; counts of t!.is invaluable Restoianvc .vtcviiciiw, lor tjojw suinptions. Loss bi' .\leniory. Dininess of Sight, 'Fr*-in-blmgs, FeeblenesSvUorri" s bt the .Mind, Paralytic Cotn-plaints, &c.   For Pains in the Hack and Loins, Gleets �ixi   ^ Seminal Weaknesses, pi^.'h.ips tlieic is n;>t nuy ^Icdicjri^, Ui public or priv!�epradite. Winch li.u been'so sulccjiuL-tor upwards ot tvveniy y-'ars. M.-ny Gentlemen of the tir.s-di.itindion'n this ki->gdoni, aswell as others, who:; ci'nstitutions were broken .indiicbi-Utaied by undergoi.ig too p.-weriul (;out�es ofMercurv,,h*�e cxpeiienceit the s,ilutary ell:rcts ot t.'iis .Me.ittine; for al-thoiigh by the use of ttiJiiMieiiil, the Vciiere*! Poi^otv may be e,adivated, t he blpotl becomes inspoverished, the i� o often reducei, to a state of miserable tsistence. 'Fhis Hel Vt.rativs, by its balmy,sofiemng, healing, iiiviijot.iungquaiv.-tes, gives new life to the Ccnitnuticn, and picvcms its tat-linginiodeciy. Sold at Watle's Medicine V.'arehouses, No. iId Bond, street; and No. 157, Fleet-strei-t; F. .N'cwbory a.-d .^9^-, N). 45, S-t. Paul's; Mrs. ^lathews, Strand; luit, Ro\-J Fxch.mee; Uactm, t)xf inl-street ; Critwcll, printer. Hath ; WoUtcnholiTte, bookitlkr, York; auv* all V>-ndv!i ot , " diciiies in tuwn and countr), inicetis. 3d. the b-^x ;, ,)r , -^-in larger boxes, only il. g.^'. which coniain the qiKui'. f' of six small, as ma�le up fir the.Aimy, \.,v),&c. -�, A Pamphlet on the viituos of the Restcruti^t", with � Li>i'  -of Curesannexcd; miy.liehadi'f iho. Vemi,:ri, l,r!ce6,l, Countiy Ocntleinr-n and others m.iy bo sui>i>lif '^liiv' V this valuible Medici le by sending v'tdevs by o��ihi�^jf. ijj!"*/ N.;wsmen, or rii;.|o.si;)gVaih in a smil! p.ircc.' tfiffled to ,"Vfi,;: ' Jof^n Wane, Ni, 13, Old Hp�^t.sttl^ft; for xvP-'- |iuf|.. \f> coriiplete pacKiii;^bo.\e� are prov d d for sisni'ln< .'l �atctV'(� any 14it of thekiit^ioih, Ireiaiid, ^cutkuMl, A�,    ': i r le   

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