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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 11, 1806, London, Middlesex                                MaMH ll, 1806. rirM-^mimr EV.ENlNiS tlieir Maje.tw^* j, |foftite,yb_3�^li*(y���JR-Ro�cius,t^Mercutio, Mr.Russell j -    . wW;;TaB SOL*lER'o RETURW; rpHlS PftfiSEMF EVENING will be performed, J.; (for thc^dtime), inevy Qojrtody:tii|five Acts, calkd , ,        A HINT rQHqsu.vNDs. -"Th6 principal Chara^ers by Me^rss. C. Ketnbie, H. jfWihstoii, Fawcett, HruiUOiii Pope,'Emwy ;  iVtiss Smith� y[;he',l'r.lw�e toib* spoken by Mr. Brumon', and the Epl. ueby >fi�s smith-; �;' >  -.     . ^   ^ ^ i)�y, ^oipetiy yv>ll be repealed ever;? eyeoing till fur- ; ~   theatr. .ORATORIOS,.    ^ HaVAL COVI^NT-GAROEN, EVENING, March I2i Will Part !U-CeJeb�ttf*QirE� lor Ldrd Nelsmi, (as perfermjd ai rl�e Bath Cono-rtswUh tlw greatest appla�s�)-coinnostrt by H:autzini.' Aif, Wrs. BUnd, * Nomr.re with una^ Bach.   Uecit. -Mr: Boyle.  l-leel, 1 feelAvr. ann-yebrave;;'Charuv'� -    ,  -, , SiRnora St race/ O worse than deathand Sr, ever brittht 4'-TReorlota'.- Aif,.ivrr. Braham,'  u,ii!i,. Sohff. Mr*. rDjckonSi  t) bad 1 Leiteth iwt If is than 'twice the No more with unavai'in^ �-ieel, I feel;' Air^ 'Aim,  tmbl� ObQrus^.*"H#gave therh hailstone*;' -Is. PA.RTI1I �^0Verti;ifednd March in Scipio.   Song, Mrs. ..'aliijob,.''^'liat tbo' J trace |'-�5olomoii.   Kecit. Signora 'Storace, 'Ve sacred Pricits    �nd Sons, Farewt-ll ys: limpid;^-Jepiila.   Recjt. Mf. 'Brah.ini, ' Mj- arms;' Soiig, Hymn ol .Eye, .Mft.BJand,* How chfertnl;'-Or, ,Arne. ' Kecir. Sif.norH Storace,  Bat btigltt Cecilia ;'-Air; ' As from the power ;^ahd''?raj;vdGhoruj,' 'ilwdead Shall live ,' -Dr)den's die.     .... . {iUJi part'II, Bach'S'{MS-.)GoiKertant*, for Mfllin, oboe, viola, and vloloncella oblijSdto, by Messrs. "Aihley,: Griesbachr Watts, and Charles Ashley, Principal .VooiJ Performers-Signora STOUac E,.>lr.s. SALMtJN, Mrs. ULaN1>, -and iilrs. muKONS, Mr; BRAHAM, Mr. GliibONS, Mr. PYNB, Mr, SMITH, Leader of the iJiind, Mr. ASHLEY; Organ, Mr, J. ,'ASHLEY."V �   :- . �   ' Th* Hand and Ghortises(which are numerous and coiii-plet^bythetn�st,appfo5iredl?ert9r;n.rs.,        : �   ,, (t^".fn.conse.queftpe.ottihegiev.overflow,from the Pit^ lhe^Theafric�lX)i;cUe8tra fdture be addc1 .A, To his completed in IweiVe Mdiiths- THE PUBLIC are respefttiilly informed tKat the FIRST PAR t of the above valdable Work wks pub-lish'd Oil SA ru 1 AY, M;irch th6 tit, price NineShiUl.sjs, and that it may be sien and purchased at,the shop of every respedable bookseller throtigfiout thcEmpire.     _   , _ FlUME and BE SHAM'S HiSro.RY ENGLAND frMTVthe EARLIE^ST RECWRiDS toBrhe PRESENT TIME, COMPLE IE. MR. PHII/UPS has the .honour to oiler/to the fublicthe only complete, respeilabl?, and uniform Scti�S of English Hist ry which his ever hreen ur'duccd Mrl Home's JHistory was broiitclit by that Writer d?)Wn to the period of the Revolmion, and Mr. Belsltain Ins taken up ibftna'tart^efroiiv the Rcvjiution and brov()5ht it down to-the i?c*�e of Amiens. j>   *    ' Bbtb Wbifcs lorm an uniform .Series of Twenty Volumes, I thi;y inay be had of e*6ry Bookseller in 1 own and Coun-, prif e Eight Pounds, in boards. Persons already possesM g Mr. Hunie's Hfstory may have Mr. Betsham's entire Work by itself in Twclve-Vofumes, for Five Guineas, in boards. And aMhe latter part of Simollet's General History was freq'iently sqUI prevtoi) tv^ to the appearance of Mr. Bel-sham's Wnilt,''as a ci'tHniuation ef Hdme to the death of Ccaqr^^co^ d>.M�" HW*�ip� f hink* it, proper to otjsme.-th�t Mr.;ieUhtm'$ H'stny of|nc Ueij;n of  R I^R/H 1^ ot �ha VICTdRy sailiiw, frim SpiU\e*d tb the Psnvns, With 'the C jrpae *' the; lioniarta,i N � LS O N. Mr. OoDD iivdfffenceof his reputation as an Artist, is com. pellrd toactiudint the public,; that a Pri >t n")W in circula-ion under tb^ abov^tifle, xuLth liis/.wme.tp it as the author, Jsagr.)ss'imndsition oLtlisfaitJt r< ------    ' " pamted by Inm about flftftfii GOTHiG HOUSE-SVUKNHAM: TO be LET, or DISPOSED OF, for a Term of .Sixty.one Years, a hands.jme COUN PY RESI i')nNe^, lately ereiledi in an insular situaiion, Surrounded wjt'h pleasure grounds, in high oultivdttnn,. with excellent kitchen gnrden. The Premises aresituate in the m jst desM rabfe p�rt of the viUagt;, commancVing extensive views of th.; country, and well supplied ,Vyith water. The irurnituie, which is adajited to tlie house, may be had at a-valtiation. +or lurther paiticular.S| enquiicon the spot. ' FOWLER's^ GREEN PAINT, No, 30, Wjill. brook. a most beautiful Colour, which far t^ceeds Verdigris or any wher Green.-Its Properties are Kcnerally known, having been many ve�rs in .:have used it tor Painting in isenJral, beiu;; a finer Gr^en, of njor? durable Qu.ilityjand a bett?r pres-rvutive of Ircti Work, than any other Comjiositioni v ' Vheextinsiv-v Snle and increasing demand for this Pamr, nender any Keommendition fioni tlie Pioprietor unnecessary*, Wing the best proof of its giving sa'iistacJion to the Puhlrc. � , , Prepared in (HI :it for use, and sold at 4s. 6J. per lb. for Ready Money only. isagrissimpilsition oLtli'sfalVit relate?Jto"; the P^elure bei-Z paTnt^d by him about ten ^^ismce. aii.V i>Mbl|6Hed w.ih The denonMna�ion-ot*^be,Vi�Pcy.and,mherSh)psd) VVar^ai -ing fri>m Spitbead as a ^rmsing-aqiiadron, %^h.ch the p.esent Pfoiarictor of^he P)ate has had'tUeeflVtfnteiyti^eras-, and substimte ih& above'lUlse trtle,;withotit:thc A rtist's concur-rence. ;    a .-4.. � . .t- � �      ' DoDD taVes this opp-Srtnnity of infornvirig the public, that-an arcilrate Hoi taifot the Vjilory, in ii W'St interesting situation, tbe,day after the J^attlej|the remanisiot the illustrious Hero then ijrj^borird) painted from-thr authority of her Otfi-l!ers,,xy'ir.very,sti(.'n he published by him, where orders tor tha* "or a'hy other Maime 'Print will be received a^- her resi-' drpj�:-Baa'';rhe..'\!(, >;-Cro$s. lo.ntlnQ. . ; ,     .; - . G*ujui>HAfci.,-L()Nj;�OiV. ~    .  Td $CULPt()fl^/MpyELl,EHS, &C.&C, T^HE' Court oPCommbn Council'of the City of A ' Lrtnd.ih hivnic; on the �28th Day of February last, MnanimouslY-:resai.Vtd, th'at Hi \j Comntittee appointed' to carry, into executions I he Reiojution of that Court, tor erfcVmg a Monument to th�v,Memory of the Jare Uight Honourable WILLmM PlTI^do 'procxiie and lay before a future Court � such Mpdelfitor,�Desiuns-HS'thev 'shall deem worthy, with estimates ot the ExpenceAlt erctling the same, Do hereby give Nofice/tliat thej;' will meet in the Council Clumbir tnJheGtiildjMll'aforesaid, oft Wetlnesdayi tlie 23d Day of-April, iSoftiat; Oqe o'clock precissly, to receive Mgdcls or Designs for. such Montiment, with Proposals {spaifil up) for Executing the sums : and the Committee request the respeMivo .Artists will place soms.distjngui'shing mark on.his Midet or Oesignz-which sliould.correspond with one to be made on "the Cover, containing hi^ Proposals for executing the same.   .' 1    ' :    o    - .       .   .      WOODTHORPE, .N._B. I -   -    > , the Town i_v�iiv. a uiukk,. Three. '   �   '   - ._^ ANNUITIES RElJltKMARl^E, 'npEN Years Purchase will, be imtnediately given ^-1. tor Annuities undeniably secured iipsMlFreeholdi Copy. iwld, or loiigiLeasehold Estates,'where the parties have an absolute intc.'est, aH(|ion whidi (by reason of the pressure �f Hie times), ;MofiSy' cannAt be obtained Mortgage. And eight yeais purchase will likewuie-tbQ given;foF;iVnnuit i.�e9ured^ '-'"^nf or Hemp-;n Vnf , aiul to be woiked by wat r, ^tcaaw.,hor4es. Or oxfn, an e ami weft whereof sh.ill be spun by Spindles so worked, bervvecn the |Jrst d-^y of January i8 6, and the firsv ci^y ot Jdiumy, tSog, for tf  fir^t {s>>,ooo which sh.tll ba fadu.illy and bona fide sal.l by ttie makers theicot in eacJi year. , SfJUTCHIWG AMD HACKLIS'G HEMP. 4-. For every stone nl so .nd Hemp of Irish growth, well water-roitedaiidscut^ifd,hackled anddres8?dfttf(>rspinningi between tha first of January,^{806, and ihcfirst day of- Jin. 1807, the sum of'fhree-pent*?. MACHlNli FOR PREAKING HEMP. 5. For the best construtled and most efficacious Machine fur brcakmg( and scutching Hemp, or Fkix, better than any hitherto in use in this Kingdom, which shall bspruituccd to the Trustees, beforC�st Jarluary 1807,'the sum of loal. SCUTCHlNt; t LAX BY Mli.L MACHINERY. >. A Premium of 3d. perstone will bo given tor all.Flax, which shall be. scutched by Mill Machinerv, worked by ' water; crstVcd or addejl �o any hiill alter tstj'.iiiinry 1806, and which shall be so icii'cf�ed before the  hrst Jannary e adjudged on the lirst or second Tu<;tday m S4idn)lHith. ;   - AUtl^eotherUanosto bff djudged. as fast as made. For the Gout,. Rheumatisms, Consumptions, Scrophula, Cancers, and other, Chfonieal.Wisoidcrs,   The kcv. W, WILSaWi ANTIARTHIUTIC or, ALTK RATI.VE  POWDER.  n^KE lf�vcntdr of this Medicine, formerly a Stpi " X 'dent inVhyslc, at Glasgow, is induced tp otlVr to the' Public an elficacious Remedy to the abovc^ a* well as fpr many.di-eises ueeme* hic.urablc, Jt has been exteisive'Iy used-iJi Ireland for several Years, and its salutary Eftcdls are ' producisdin * safe and easy �Kijiner,witH very Iittia sensible , .Ouerf^tiqn- .yyipixipg wiib the Blood aqd-Jmces, it attpUcs itself to th �ier, vv-hlch    win remove by Slow degljeM, from Its alterative and healing Qaabtfesr m Consi)mpti6n| Ijt will generally succeed .in-the. Two firnt I. Stage?, and often even'in the last, lii ilie 8crt.pht�l�.pr Evil, if I, usedeatly.tbo Cure will be !�p!edy,and theulveratedGland* I will hcii's %(id it has been-known to: rescue the=P��tfcnt even after motal SytniitPms had' appe�r�d... But Personr j^fltt vo�}4 do wsll to peruse "Theyhiloso. j     - .. .u., kki.'inventuif (to^tX^'hid at various jnstaniws. This Powder does not contain any ingrtw dtent unf>ienil)-y to the human GonstUutioni at(,d,>insteaaof ,we4ke�.lo�fitt T�'l^e|�C)''� toH'vigoratt, and.t  Danger /rdifiiCsild, aad rt, quUes neither CtfnnOeinent.ncirchangifjBfDietii i v r j ''Sold by J*. Newbery 4nd Sons, iit the oplw Wawhofise for Rr, J���|ss'* Powder, Npj,4j, ir St. -PauPii'C'huBchwmd, Lpjirlnn J in PailkiJts, Price 4s. 6d. each, fcontVmlng Foiir ^'P.lj�ef� of Eight D�se*, in alt 'Thitty-two Do�e�. Obseivo that t%� W otds,. I-. Newbery* N�*4j. �� V�ul'�/"^ are eui. 9r)Lyta.i�tlv;&tamp�. ;       .    ' An IMPORIANT AIJDITIO.M to tne SfOilK. Oi yOOKCS of EDUCATUrN. On Monday the 17th #>f February, will be publi^hetl, printed on good Paper, anrt in � clear I'vpe; cntrusp.-initing in s�zi w.fh Or. Mavor's British Nepbs i piice 5s. bound,-with the full .Mtowance to Schools, THE CLASS. ^OGK.; or, � Thi�e Hundred and Sixry-five.READYlNiG LES.S:iNS.;fdr Scli oUofeitner Sex : tombiiHns.'^i'h'tlseelernen^i'.oiallfo'iwlodfte, a greater-number of ReaiHnz' Exeicisi.*s, f'nfatJts t>v%t A'lthori, thtn are to be found In my other VVorfc of'jilie,>'>mc itevription : evpry lesso.t.fMving-.a vlcaily defined et, and tcichiPK some praiciplevof sciepce or mfifarify^or s-mre nn.iortiiit truth. By-rhe Rev, D.-WIiy yi.Alu; 'Hie Author h'lsbeenstimulated ti> com,)ile flies'? Fxe'i^iics in rcadmg, by theobservation, that, although tfiereat pr.-sent e\ist several excellent t>o(jks tor teicliiut; Re: ositi is a Teacher, sugeested.to him thedivision of his B lok into 1 hree Hundicd and Suiy-tive Lcsso 13, or Ons forevery Day 4n the Year; iii"iacliot w!iich, the subjeit matter is generativ finished vi^th'n th: suit.-ibl(e li'ngth of a Lesson, l^his divlsMc, jt is obvious, will bs attended.wijh an t-fjnal degree ot convenience to the Tutor and I'upUm the aitval business of a |>uMic .Seiiin-arv.. Printed tor Richaid Philips, No. 6, Brid c-street, BI icli-frurs ; and to-be had ot all Booksellers m tlie Uiuted K-ing-dom. _l__ . ;__ NEW SYSTEM OF DEFENCE. &c. &c. This Day is published, p-ice is. 61. AN AD)3RESS to the Right Hon. WILLIAM WINDHAM, on tfie PUBLIC Oh FENCE, Cf>m. piisiig a consideration of the REGULAR, the MlLl'HA, an.lthe VOLUNTIiER FORCES. Printed for Ja.nes R:dgw y, 170, opposite Bond street, Piccadilly.  Alsi, , isi. Copy of an (Jr^ginal Letter from Rob rt Lorl Clive, to the Committee (if 'treasury and Corresi)o:"idence of, the East Indii Cmnoany, ditei-2jd May, 1760, piice 6d. Mr Francis's Sp-.ech on the Mahratta War,     6d. 3(1. The Constitution of the United KtngJ�u) of. CJreat Britain and IreluiMl, Civil, and Ecclesiastical.   By F. PIjv/-di-n, Barrister ai Law, los. boards.. %* The Public is referred to the Monthly Review of Oc-tobe! List, for a Cliiiradlar of the viiluable iv nk. .<:OUNn  inonils, Patercosf-M^r.w. Where may be had, i. Fortune's npitomeof the Stocks, is. 6d. a.--. Mij.tory of the Bai.tc, 3s. 6.1. 3. Bum on Stockjobbing, as. 61I. ^. -on Marine liS'iraiLce, js. 6. Kaufman's Dictionary ot Merchandise, in all Languages, 8vo. los. 6d. . fltJir^E OF COMMONS, Mr, SPEAKER hiving taken the Chair | after the trans- aWion of private bu^iiieis A p rson, from the Irish Chief/Secretary's .Office, p-", �ented sevei'al Papers, rrtp'sclinBtHe Pnblic Acc<-jin-� of iht Coui.t'y, up to jH: 4th of March inst,-Ordered t� le prjnl.d. Mr. CALCRAFT presented an Eerved^ that he would at present make no other motion, than that it should He on'the table for the perusal oL.thelr Lordships. The Earl of MOIR A stated, that both himself and their Lordships, who iiad two trials before them, were too much occujaed at present to attend to the alteration in the law re$;xdling debt, which he had formerly proposed. His opinion was still the same en thatsubjeft. His avocations would not allow hint tq bring in an Insolvent Billj-but if any other Noble Lord should do �o, it should luve his wartnest support. The LORD CHANCELLOR observed, that in th^ course ef Iiis Experience many melancholy cases of ilistress had fallen under hb observation. He too had his* avocations, whlph were both numerous anx} important. He could not promise at present to pay much attention to the subject \ on another opi)ortu. nity he would give it all the consideration he coiild.' Should an Insolvent Bill Vie intrddoced^he would say thus much, that he would jpve it his most attentive 'consideration. Several private Bills werie passed; and thourLotd* ips adjourned till to-iBoriow. raft, and several orher M-,."mb';r.s; and being returned, reported to the House., jhat h? had preseiued the same, pursu nt to order of th.^ House. ELECTIONS. Mr. TIERNEY, pursuant to the nattcc he hai f.-rmt;rly given, rbsft: to bring forward his motio.t f �r leave to bring in a bill to expbin and Tender m tc effi'chirfl, an AA passed in the reign of Wiilia.Ti the Third, for lessening the excessive cx^nces to Can� didates at eleiflions for Menf'.iers to serve in Parliament.   Every Gentle.Tiao with whom-he had conversed on the subjert, agreed with him on the ncces*. sity of some mea.yjre for giving effefl to an Ad of Parliament, which had been found, by uniform expe. ric'ice, to fall in m'.^st cases greaijy .short of the object it it vovel; but many were of opinion the at. . tempt \�ouKl be atieiTded with difficulties scarcely sjrmT.intable.   It was by no means his intentiotl to give to r'tat A'S �oy nfw coftMrUvtion to the ex. elusion of  any particular class   or   description of voters, or to  pervert  its  raeai>i"g irotn the obj>i^ it fairly- avowe.1; but merely  to remove the douhts which  h nstro^on--and the cotJstro^ion which he sh'iuld propose, was precisely that which had always struck his o-vn mind opon the subj^tt.   The object of the Aft in q lestiort, v/as fo exempt Candidates from the enormous demands to which I hey were made li:ibie, under the head of charges lor the co^sj veyance and travelling exp^inces oi Vorers. not resl. dent a,t thepl.iceof election, un.i to prevent tite sys-teni of brihtry and coniipiioa w-iich, ondef the pretence of such ch;irges, might be and as-lu;t!j\' were carried on.    The eviis in those ca^es could notarise' in places where tite voters were all residents of the towns or vicinage, but where persons ciziming a tight to vote at such eleftions resided at a dtjt.ince, oUen at the extremity of a county, which constantly gave rise to scenesof confusion nndenormotrs cxpe.ice; for,, in coining to give their votes at such cledioiK," t C7 uniformly daimed tha e.^tpences of their C011V'V!)ice and travelling charges, and those m>on the m 1st extravagant scale, from the candidates f;>r whom 11 Ay chose to vote.-Perhaps there might be no very ijreat objedion to allow the claim of a voter, crfJhing from a distance to give his vote, at a considerable loss of tira-', to some reasonable allow-, ance for travelling charges an.l nccc-^sary refircsh-mei'.rs; bur the �s:ige of making such allowances had siiU throwa open a door to such extravagant demands on one hand, ami gave such an opporuinity for �bribery on the other, that every fair-Iiitendif:g Candidate must have long since "wished to see some eflt-fltial  check put to such a system. � Many determinations had   taken  place from  time  to time, upon repr sen-attons and complaints of this nature; but they w-'re all upon distiatt grounds, and none of them including all the obje6lions for which remedy was desirrble; nor were there any cases which ha.l occurred 'affording ai\y series of precedents which ct^uld be decisive for the clear construction 9f the Aft.   The chief difficulties^ had occurred in Westminster Hall, and' the Couns of Common Pleas and King's Bench had difiE^rcd materially in their decisions upon the subjeft.   In the former Court, an aflion had been brouglvt in the case of Crick^tt and others, on the part of a publican, to recover from "a Candidate a sum for refreshments given to his voters: but Mr. Chief Justitre Eyre was of optjvion,. the law could not sustain sucha demand, and that it was contrary to the ACl of Wil. Uam III.   Another ease'occurred in the Court of King'a Bench, Guildhall; it was thit of Sm't Steel� in which the Elector, who hatl come fn ham, where he resided, to eivehis vote w,^ wherebepossessed a right of itoting for one didates; but before he would give his vim' mafid�?d 30I, for his conveyance and t?i'i^ pences, ur.d said He should nqt volt till hfe^ He wis an.' itinerant musician ; he ^ha(^ the expen..r, at>d would nok.. j|i ve. hit *0t receiving his demaiKi }' a suit was aftexw "�^    \ag'�inst this man* upon the ground of I �Chief Justice then, in summing thi^ev^ that a pvscshitsc irt)ra Durhiinl to'.TVu7 aicightecn.pvnce ^r tnik;. amciiiatettio teudi tht   

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