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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 6, 1806, London, Middlesex                                m 4219. '        rHC^T�E'| l LKR5; or-Music's Fascinatini).   -~ t\- principal- characters bv Mfcosrs. El.iisron, shrahatfl, J. � v>toa", ,'Iathews,,ptijvtoii, and iiiiiinisjer 5 ;Mrs. i'owell, i';:. v>(>iiiiiHio; Mrs. maml, and Sisiwa Stoocr. WUIVTMUEE WEEKS AFTl'.R MaRIUaCE. 'THURSDAY, MMCH 6, 1806. �in. I , 'A^M'tlay, L,i;ye,fQif ,t>pye ;. vUh Tlie Soldier's Ueturn. 1 ��'�i-J.'i X;r UV�T{V1. ."�'�C>H|S'PRESfiNf! EVii'^vIlNG .will bs j^crfonne I .t: f:igeidyi callea ,f � - ir Mrs LUcU- VilK '^-VVCtl'-IiJ JIY NICHI-      or Long Storis. . '   '.Snfuraay, a*11 t�f pri.dnced, for tlii; Uat tmi-, a -new lied A  Hint lo Husbands; with VV>ritt��� bi Wilio�r and   tlit; bliti'df  Omntjn t^iic r'Svi-Y., Mr*. Salmon � ieej^we the k^td ludiilgeut/  Jiai.li. "'�i-drand criOriis *'! heff.ord'sKall reigii.'  Is, tivEm. . bnd >i^W i: G^TOwitzSK Uoni-ertanttftrtrvtolm, flute, oboe, b4a�oon,-aiid yto^W(,-ead obhtjatft, JS�y'M��rs. Mr. D.OYi.li.   .   . .  I,iwder ot tlielSaiuV'-lflV. ASHLEY;  OrgSn, Mr. J. A�Ml.f,Y.. ..   y �� ^. r � v;v ^ y   � 'riie Land and .Choruses (whicli ar  W tw had iii m^-,^\,hi^uii^m!:;)'fi^^ij^{^l. ^ ^,       j � �^!J-^ii^i^r i�.�d*  �>/aihfrii.iidtl6,i>otf.i �} �ftiotuTj3Jiar>- AccCm- ^ ri, " itfay.'lK- hid- of'VPc. IMiilllps, i}rjdR^s*wet,i .UltcktitUfs M'r.: Lii.yd,' Comer of Uail-y. litr^rt, Cf�T�mhsh-squar ilier'i>*;i�fci.Al'J�i'sS Al.so,'" , t; Propjsais t"()na'X;v)UHM' Ol'.'Iili'l&THmE-.i to be tlel livercdiouSubswibersoikly; on thi* }'h\sf>Jlfc(*)'of TU ciiVun, .anil iJii;; CaUics,, l'reVeivcia>i^ ai;d Cuffe of-litlntai .icUts - SubaurtptKiik-',^ (. uinca.s. ,   . 2i Anlairociiritory '0'(scoUr�o on the' Nature a i.l Objcfls of jElouutamary .Sc'icnLe, rs. h.'l:     -'.. .' , j:.Uittut>>;�ther,- Aviih bikctuiw-of thi-Articles,, to be read ahdjcc-jted;      7s.  � N.J ever); ivjTjrnin^.m uie .-jasnioMdnic Seotuh jAid 1 tish ^lep.s, to .tl.ose wJJtt may-he d fioieiit- n\ the : p iliiejihd na-essarv Ait ot D.iwcmRrev-ry-dayj troia teituix-til twoo'clock, and tioin seven utit. I eleven. Term*, fcight Lessons tor Une Guinea.-tie aisu aiieiids Noblemen and 'Geiv!lemons children at their, o vn lioiiscj; Eight l.cs�ons-t.>r a Guinea. i.luiGilhvaytoach.-s the pianoforte, eisht lessons tora. Guinsa.i Ganileinci>J may be, accomnio-dated With jtn.ird and Lods'nK tor one G wmea^ ainla Halt per Aveek J a bed: room, dmm� p'4rloar, hre and canllle?,'and-a dr,iwin>;.ix.'0(n.to sec their tiiemls. No. 5, Lovyei James-itrect. Goldon-squvire.. �           : � ����� C-Ui eclfully io-ioriin.-d.bv CIU.l'l-llKS ami SUN, Noi i5,.Neu'.-srreet, Cov^-nt Garden, that MV- Nov.lties in taetr Manutdc-t.>fy of JULLY an.l 1 LANtlUl \NGL M(HJLDS, arif ii�w.ready foirJiijpedion. A very eXteijfii^e.noVfcl aiid faalfl'xii Rble asiorrment oMJ�ard tontjiim aiiil Ahnoiid 1'as.t Mod-l-jiiii Moulds for butter a.id Iard,.*c/  '     ^ TIm; flatteuiii? approbatioiv with i whiclr everv 1 artide GfilQihs and boii.have bfoiijiht foiiw.nrd tonnerly', havc'-'mi' mubtad their ex^^Mioiisjiv-the produchoi of the above-COl-leaioQ. aiiU they doubt iwt will beeqiiaJIv approved. :      lU LMilKS OP KANK. AN'I> KAShl.lON. l'Ar'Nr>ULL DKL'St H! Al%DRtSShS. THESE Hei. . HaJf-^re�a, 4     a(Hl6Ga J'ocquss, rtoi4U. ilrty-'3iul' V'cmry at their owui bouses, 'S.iti 'I'll.-and -Hax.'^T ' UoW-: sjVN's is(tU(j();ij.iival Sbop)�No^ rsa,-N�w Iftwid^streer,'one �looj-4hoje J{wok.�tre*t \ * j    ^ i'-J ' T"^ Kev. wilLriiyt g; >luable niertioinebemg now Viested-Sblsly.itiv- the Resv.,VVil-IjOm Barclay,, ^ikJ ths>S�*W'^)bv htm,.tlia furtherasIc of 'lie Tills IS, in consequeiiee, enMral.y>�UscirtJtinuetl it t4vc i-iaborato^y, ,Ho. 3fwU}!4hitU�s�i*fit,,*jtU>i�nt�fi�rUcn, i�ndvisi Miow estaWwhedat the Rev.'William liarclajt'.s.Warehpuse, l.Mcesier-square; .... J'ii--in m their pu ^'>. 4, Che�pMd�; Wt>v4 VfiP..... pii w lolesafle 'ofdcri,;bbtb Wt(>\vn'inid country,.are re; quested to t�ea perly qtJ-ali. fied, may be .H!>poiiitfd to a CADE't'SHir td IN-ni.'V, �ran ENSIGNCY in the tine or Militia. Address aK^An letters (p^st p^�l), dttty arwVvtttd.'-. '. nplMGER.-To be SOLI), at Wootton, in iht JL ' Cnnnty of BedfonI, a Uij;e ijuamity of Capital Oa^ TJMHk'K, � jiarncutar laiije dime sioiisv Well w.^rth tlie attention ot Ship lUuld^rs, and nea^ ro a naviRablc river tor a viow and particulars uf the ijaiiie apply 10 Mr. Kidman, hedford. ' ODERN DANCING privately, laa^ht by Mr. ALLEN., 'at tin. ly, Shcrrard-sireet, "(loldcnr square, Mvl No. I , O.rcat Alir-srrtset, Goodman's fields, on uhm-v expressly torriied � tor La.lies and Gentlemen of any -age whohavj ticver Ici.irnt th^tt aocomplishmeht, nr n i in. the pfiiseiit fasnioi), a'nl whose a^e or r^i^ k makc.n an object toi'feirn pertedly private. And loreigiierj, . Olhcers, or cQiuntry restueiiis to whuin time ts an object, expcdaiously cotupletwl. .   f Youii� Ladies and Gentlemen also iinderfourtrcn, n;>t 'C-qiiirin^privarc lessons, tdu,ihr at tiiese Academies lor One Grmea per ijuartcf, or ^chol vacation. 1 his piaii puiti-ci>rarly interests I'aieiiits and Cluariiians of youth wa;irini;, Tfsntfcel adioiJ and address, but e ,%e imcgriry anil piin>-.timlity tlie u^ipcJ^tTelianceinaybe pl-ited, wishes to ICNGACK iiv.soi)ie.Tespedtable At) lil CULl U K AL or COJVtMLKClAL 4NLANI> CONCURN, either in or ii^av the. Metropolis, oriii.ihe Country, but the latter -woulii, be pieferrc.l. As rBspettablerefVrei.ces will bfRveiv, and a moderate .capital' brought, forward, with securitv,, Jorawy trust rej/oseil. the opportunity ot: full enquiry wijl ,bc ex-pVefed. Address (post paid); to G. Mi M. at the; liapnsi Ha- tl'e M>-iiiory ot the late Uif^lit I!onoiirrth!e AvrhLlAM PITT, do pri'Cure and iJy before a future Co'irt such Models Qr Desicns as the. sl):ill deem worthy, with esriinaies of the hx;.'eiice I'f eredir.g the smie, Do hereby pive Notice, tint thev will iiiec; m the Council Chamh rm the-C-inildh.ill atoresaiil, on We.lnesday, the 23d  l). ne o'Clock precisc^ly, to receive Miidels or Designs for such Monument, with Proposals (^ralcd up) fur Executing the same : and the Commurec roil iie t   ��       ~ >.        '      .      WOODTirOKPI-.    . GGOFER'S HILL, iiURREV, near KnglefidJ (.reen, one mile from Ej?hanT. two from Sla nes, toiiror five from Windsor,' and nineteen from London, f fits celebrated and deli\>httul place, late in the occupation of Lord jHenlcy, TO HE LET, bv the Year. The house is completely furnished, the hot house, greeri house, and gardens Well'stocked, and the Rroui-.dsi so distmgui.shed for exfcn.sive iiro.ipeds, and piiilure.^ijviii scer.erY, in tlie be.sr order. '1 he land to be let witiuihe hoiise,is'ot excellent quality antlin goxd tonlition. C'>nsistni . 4' I'OR ' LAViy PLACE, HrtTH. I'or S.A L li by A V C l'M}-fi, by Mi; P UU RA; on Monpa v next, Match jo, aml-thfe^ f dlcfWinj; davs, at l-.levcn, by O rder of the Executpri of P. 'C. t R K SI' 1Q N Y, 'Esti. de. tres, and Mirrors; hne, cuaous, useful, and ornameni.il Chnaand Glass; s4e-� Colk-aiMi of Panitini?*^ with i;.e ccle|jj-iited Woodmaiij^;the fJetjKSir Woman, and" the CctaM SceniS by Mr. Uidrfc�r; agrand Pianc-Forte, with addirio.ml Keys; large sire H�V)4sels, Axiniiister, and Turkev carpets ; beilstitads'^ with ^^11^, cotton, acid dnnity hanif;ing$, (he b�>i oi beudii)^ .'jAJteperal variety of sound nia/iq^any arttcles, portablebdliardtairte; hve plain and enriched register xrateii,' and all suiiabitfciiiferior atticlus. Also'the whole of. the brew-hoHse, fitted up at a Urge ex pence j on an improved! plan. To,be t�ubhclv viewed '.larcW 7th ami 8lh.- Caia-' logues M. eaphi'to be then had at the place of sale, a . g.iJplnt.Street.:''' .   ,, - ,.y   .- ,:: .V   -    irOR:^THETi)�>TH-.^iCH', The ODONTALGIC, or CH I-JVlf Ci^j,, li$SpNCE of wvmi      ,    ... ..pwjjliatiptopjlttyi if U comet ifteontiidk with .theicjtpol .Nerve, 'of. preventing, the recutrenee of; thiji^ jtortujitisimai-<)a   twice the 24 to j<    .      I lb J ' � Feet, Loes. Elm Tirrtbrr for? From 1410 18 inlcngth 7 ) From.8 to 84 S 19 to z6 Jo r inches b�iu. 27ro;jr /2C at lite sttiut- 32 to 38 4 ) lest end.   . AForm 0/ t'e Tentlers, m y � eseen at thU 0�ier. So Temierii'lli ie leceivtd after Fiifelve JCluck on thr di)i af tiemyt nur any ti  L t> h    ijoaycD   fay K** *^ ^ ^.tf^t^ttM-hm Pumps 4th of iVlarej),iii8.j?, ly  tcrtaru'FRLli-' t>f ar t)){;^i;Jj)dqr B-flS furtl>>t purpose.    ' AN ADDRES'j to HIS MAJESTY was reacV and irioved by Mr. pU 11- N ELL. andvecunaeci by Mr, SCO IT, which was unnnimoualyaurcetl JO. J. Ke.iolved Unaniinously-r^ I liar this .-\dd.'-ess be pr , and the. Memherj ior tlie County, b: requ^-sttd to aiiaid on.tlie iii.-iM.'.r'ri. . � . � ... 2 ke-olved-That, liv the Natmnal Counctls, for many years past, we have too liequently ob>erv'eil;i contemptuous disret;ard of Constitution.! principles, which, without oeii)-ing 10 lormcr iMiiiiStcrs knowltd^e or ability, is suihcieut to aciouDt tor various cjlaniiiies we cKpeiieiiiCii a4�U many grievances we feel.  3.. Ke.s'ilv..tl Unanimously-That from e)cperi?nce o( th.r kii wicu^e, t-a ects, and pojiiilar exertions of disMn�?iHslie.l Statesiiirn the new Cabine.i, aiid (n-m the (ursuano.i t':at they will have, on all Coii7>tit!iri->ii4l qncsrious. tne concur-reaeot tneir Colle-'Ruea in oHicu, we te^l coiitidem, they will r.-".sort to tlie her>f energies of 4!ie Con>titution, lo; pm-_ tin>;aiieiid to every appreitelisioir (?f I'lva^ioii, m a basis of lionouralle ajid lasiins I'eice ; a'�t avc also trust tJiey vvdl ever make the si).r:i of the Con^titutioiii and the fun tamcntal Laws, oi the Land, tliair fjuidc ; thar s'> they may revtreao tne grievances, anil pro.not-; tlie prot was unaiiimoubiy le.-oJved, that the 'I h:inks ot th.s Cau ity be Riven to the .'^h-'ritt, t -r calling the County, anJ for i.�s tin-parciality and conduct thl:. d.iy. r     ' " A T the Meeting of MAL'lS'l ERSaivi .VlAKERS of MALI, residiiiK wnhm tlio Counties of Nottwn?-haiii ami York, heiu irt the An>;el Inn, hast Rett-td, in the said Couni) of Noitinghatn, o.-i Siiuiilay t-lie rj. liday ot Heb. ; t8o6, in order to take into tonviderat'O.i the pr-ipricty of pc-tiri.mmg I'arhainent for the repeal ot the 33th",md jjrd sections ot the Act of th4! 4kI of CJeotgetliB Thinl, chap. 3.=!, prdiibitiiiv: ihe,waterifjg 01 sl>tJpk^u>g nran. iuak�i){ ii)iijp(4iti up'�^�f,th).'ir=>-AKd- tli.n the inalsters may beat iibjriy to water the >;ii(iii at.th" time hereattermeiuioned. Mr. !; mv A K !J K ENVVC) RTlf    in t'le Ch.4ir. it w.is unarimiously Rc's-dved,   I I'.at the atoiesaid clausbs were lound productive of >:ieat 1 i.nnveiiieiice and l./ss to the tn-'keis of mjiU, and to tile public, vvitlMui an/ajvamage to, ih-^ rcv*niie. �        ' 'I'liatrher-tore a petition irhf>uld be presented to.Patlia-menf t.-r the repeal uf the snd two clau-es, arm that malt-. sters nii^ht be at. InLitv to wet or .-water tne corn and gram,, milking uro malt at the >;xpiration of eisiit davs alter the same sha.l have been ��mpti;-tl, iiirowti, or tiiKcn frcm (.-r out ol the cistern or oilier utiiioiJ useil f jr stetpii g ct such, cjin or gram. '1 hat the lolldwing Q.eiitleinen. or any three of tliem, be a Comm:tt�e for tor vvardiir,; tlie pin post's t.t this Meeting, viz. Mr.- hilward KciiAvoril-,\, .Mi. Ivlairm-Uower, . Mr. Tligmai Biiiiiey, Mr.Siifr'ucl .'-aunclersi Vlf. VVir. U'.ckons, Mr. I-iar>ciut)xlev; ai.d thiit thej be empowered to meet and adjourn from time tu tiui.-, anu i.ikc su..ltmcisorej us they" shall.dcem nroperanJ n-.^cess.iry. tor cdrrfi;ig into eHecVihe' objeiits of the fore>;oinh r sjl.utions.        .   ;  �f fiat the above resoluni>iis he signed bv the Chairman, anil adveitiseilin the Cotfiinia :;'-,d the Notti'igliaiii Paper. UnVV. KKNWUR THV, Ch�i'man. MK.S. TL.VIPtE's NEW N(;Vtl^. This Dav is pitblished.vtii 5 Volumes, once 2is. in boards, FERDINAND FITZORMOND ; ui, IHfi-I'OOL of NA.rUl-i E : a Novel.    ' r   ^    , Jly^Mrs. -fEMl'lE. Printed for Richii'd Phillips, N0./6, lUidsje.street. Black-f rirs; andtobe had ot all i ciii kmiier iiurr, (.-Author ot Spknuut Mis.:ri-, ttu. iv'c)   In Ihree Volumes, piici? 13s, fcvt.    .    ,. ,  2. 'I lie Novic otbt. Oomimck. by Mi.i4^ Owenson (Authoress ot St. (Man).   Jh-I-our Volumes, price aos. � 3. 1'leetwood ; J or the New Man of I'echiig,- By Mr;' Goilwm.'. In I hree'Vplulne^. prii.-e i^s.   , 4. A New tdinonrrf Caleb vVilliams. Hv ihe same Author.   In Three-Volumes, pri�:t8s. 6.1. And, J Virtuous'Poverty.'^'Uyi'Henty Siudons, liaq-. In Three Vylimu's,       6d_,_u       _ i-   - , A p O P U LA R. h .V S T E M rO E G t UuttAP H Y. : This, D*y is pviblished, a ^-con^; Iiditionn,>cons.t,uer/iblj'.(:n-dir^e.larid improvid, lUiiirfaled with' upwards of sixty b-aatitdl engravings, repr^seniih^vthe Wress^s; Customs, an.i Hahiiatijn4 of allN^tjoniii, wuh,iiuinetou�,'.Mat>3i &C!mi jirice los. 6d. b Miihi,     ,4,,.        ... /GEOGRAPHY o;i S POPULAR PLAN, foe Vjr tlte-U-iE Ol-,SCHrtt)LS YbUNG PEliSXlNi Cont^uing all the interesting and :�^ustni( features ot'Get^  graprucal.iJciance, and Mlcu^Uted ,tp^ epuvey, tnstruClion by mc'jns otthe stnki ig and pleasing,^ ass iciations produced by th4 poeuliar- inannersi eusto��si *H�U"-tharatl?ri!itics of *ii ^y the Rev J. pOUpiMl^T-^, ^ ln;stead bf dry Details rclijRvje to ObjNtsnot atlaptetl to theTaite and auriosity of .V(hi^-h,'  occupi-teU.wjtlj SiM,U Ani!;cd9t5:f,.ct,|l|�p)j i�intWn ihjt iMpin.ifiiui' cn� ructef for \vhifch tV^Sclrt^6etf^ftt'tiJ?i^M/flasVfMM cMduft^ iit Kattaij)t ee ath�!cMt�itti at} mi^^ vplwH!!jVe.c(j^Keq�fi^jy req4crf}ljinc^e^n�resi.u�g than ore, , Mrhaps, those of any other work Bf euiiM >uf in the Ehg-'*IUfKti�ngita*'e' 5 'antf tke-effiiVbn ill* iiiSi^vhHi oiintf person^' t9ii�lii>ied.�i>tiMUete by:thunUiniiMtfSi|^ai�is.iiMhrch^ f*Subji^ht�1 isiiic only >rianW'Pxi3.tiiiff bn j^e s,uhJeAli GOiibitruennK mwpis;-a praiSflW t4li/sr�tidei-et'� �iverii''i�'nR Htpu�e�, at .th* T.*i�vVTR* ROYAX, ORUkYfMNK, O.^ ... ' -xf: ^    �'yA. ciifiim:a*  6. �iiiVe..5tre^, ttlack-friar.ii and Vila bv H. n. Syfn*sW% Pa'^rriionfef-foW i ln�. ker and sioi.i, Rii�-e!l-i�t>-T i ��.4ny all Jtoi�)'*efJ*fs ' <�f wlmro may be had, byttlj<-�i(r�e Aufbor,     - TheThine^nih dtti 11 of tiie-^Ol,i;^l E�t'� CAXJCH-. 'l^ER, pr^te 2^./6.1. � * " � WIN rEK fcVENl.\\;S'y\\lWSfLM{iNTS, ,   ... This day were piiblis'icil, liir fo-iith E .a fiili�oj�hy a�� CliiemUfrjr ate appfieti lo a seri s tit ci eruH�us%tiii|ifoitg wiiicii  o�e �piir.in-iwly-jij9&rtsi i js.l.:-!, a.i.t Irsta.eou-i Vermes,or Shell'. In part of the-ahov.", on the i�i of Februari, was p>i6hjli*-l, pricj is. fc-.l. to he co irinu'ed Monihly, loe l*irsr Numbe': and 'ii ihe ijt;! in-.t. will be pntJt'ishpd, price m boa.d, it. lis, the ti�ei Volume of a Second l^irt '>f -   ' '^^^l HE KATDRAL HISrORY of ffi^ITtSH A.   IvsECrs, expHiiMi^i;' the.ii in ilteir sev.rraiT i,iate�, with the.peiiods of their 1 rnnr^l"r--.raHS� rt-d, Feo-nomy, &c.   I-he w'loie >l  st �c>i with cjloured Fi^u.-r�,-.    Uv E: l)t>1^0VAN-, F.L'S. Priwteit'T F.'C. and .J. Rivmift'n, No. 62, ^t. Pia-l'a Ciiurch- vard.   A Pr-.s|>ei:�u>inay be hati pratis, ol the Puo-libhcM., anUof allo'her RiHiksfl'crs.   Alsy 1. TlMf^Ten p ete inig Volnin's f titi>li Uinls, in Numbers, price js. each,- �r in five volwmey, b.^a,d�, piice il. i6Si each.' �� *"    � �' � -   '-� 3. TheNaturd History of^ntKh Shells, mNumSers, once 2s. eJ. eacli, or in five volumes, cuniptete, price, :n boaids, ilitts. eath. - 4. And the Nan'.ral rlistofv of Br:fish Fshes.now isva course of puhlica'.ion- m fvfonihlv >um;u,s, piice 33. Ud. eacfar'FJrty Numbers of wn�:r� ate al!;ea,iv t,�ib^siieil. .    , � > . - -  �__'� - .i-r"": ;  : - ' �   -.    . ".^  FOR SCrtOilLS, ANO YDliiiJG i'E u-�p(emcnt, cotiiaiimig Answe;6mt!�.Arithin.-tic.ii Qiiestn-ns, . liy KOBUkr HaMIL IMN, L L.O- ut \%t''0.ii ni.tv he had, ov the.sami Aufhor, An Inlr. dueiijii to Merclnniiii-. C-put.iiiuos .^rrthmefic, Allfebra, JJook-k-epin*;; an Accq-nt ot :ne t riideof Great Biitain, and the I.aw-iand I'ca>'.ln;ej rtla.im' to "^ai-, Factorage, Iiisurjiice, bliippiii);, ice.        prite ti-., hotnul. POCKK r EDirJON OF 1>K. J')riNS().s'S WOHKS. 'i his Day were puhlished, hy K. 0;iie, Grejr I urn-itile, Holooni,hiiuliumely punted in ij vols. iSno. price 2I. 5s, III b uriw.   A few c.)| 'V, Willi .1 1 it   oj t.ie .^i;i.'i(ir. Th"5 follnwmi ^Vnrks ul l>t. jjn.i:.oii m..v be !iaJ sepa. rateiy as above : * 1.'I'l-e >!nt;in' of kas cIjs, i'micr of �Abvssiiiia. a Tal:?, in one volume iKiiio price is d.l. i^ [ewniiu.'s ekgaml/ printed on fii/l-icip^bvo. piice Js. oi in uo^id.N. a   1 he KamJlir, 4 vols. 18.110 price los. boards. 3. 'Ihe Idler, with a.uiit.onal Laaava, 2 vuU. 181110. price 4s. boards. .  4. A Journey to the H'estern Islands ot Stotliid, in one vol. i8:n.>. prfce 2s. b.^ards. ., ^. The Lives ot tne EnRhsh Poets, with CnticarOb-servati.ms on then Work*. 4 vo>s. 18.ao. puce 12s. in beards, or (111 laige pa))er, price 16s 111 bonds. t : Edinburgh: I'rinted (of U.;ll an fiadJut^ J is. M'Cleish* and William Black W'od; add s >Ui 1>V, R. O^Ie, London; Gilbert and Hodges, Dublin; S: Campbell, New-York^ jii�a. ail the Booksellers in town and couiiu/. _ PREPARED CHARCOAL,,  and CONCEN-TKAPEU SOf.lnlON or-CH.VR, OAL,tbr Cleafv.. sine. VVhite^noyr, and Pieservm* thjr<.'teeth, removing the-ijcurvy from thd Aiourh and. Gums, and.conectmg toatid Ureaih. 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