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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 13, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THURSjyW, MARCH 13, 1806. ThEAT�r KHVAL, ORDRYILANM;. ~ THlSl*RESKtaT EVENING their Mnjeitits' THE TRAVELLERS; or Music's Tascination. Tthe principal oharatlers by Messrs. F.llision,*Braliam, bhnstone, Mathews^ Oowton, and Dannister; Mr;!. Fowel), AJrs. Mouritiiiri, Mrs. BlamI, and Sicfora Styracc. VWit^v THE MfJCK DOCTOK. V OirSatiuday (by particular dasirel DeiiKras :  Nerval, .the ^outlf;- Roseius ; with A HtiJise to De Sold. ^    TiiKii'ii: ?.!()ta'., o >vi'n '(;a.< venT" r-pff IS PRESENT EVENING will bo performed, jL   a new Crth'dyiiiliive Acls, cqlleii A HI NT rO HUSBANDS. ) The jjrificipal (,'haraitteri by Alfsrss. C. Kernble, H. *jhnstoUi Fawcett, ItruiJjiin, I'ope, Eincry ; Miss Smith, amlMrs. Clovdr. , , The I'r loRiift to be spc/keti by Mr. Bnmtot*, and the Epi-Wiie by Alias Smith. Wjtrt LOVE A LA-MaOE. . Ort Ssturdsy, the new Comedy, with Tlie Kscipfg.     � VJ        -  r       ORATORtOS.       ' 'ff^trSlORROW EVENING, March 14, will J. A bo pertortntd PART.I.-overtime. Either.      - '< GRAN) Ofc^TTJNCEN TE DliUM,, With tlie Airtjt ")Mu\f, holy Lord," bv SiRhora Stbnfco. ' PART 11.-First Cunc�itoOp. 7, fdetiicated: to*lie.Phu VIlarmonid Society).-Genu nam.   Song, Mrs. BlamI,    New , bje�smg .litha^. Sodr,-I Is, Dtckurts, f Sweet birdr L'All. (ai'iJOinpaiiad. ontlie " Violin by Mr. AShley.)  Chorus,' (Uona uiejic-lcis,' Per-jolesi.   Trio, Mrs. Salmon, Mrsv bland and ^vlr; I'vne, � 'l.ike a bright cherub.' Giilei>n.   Scenj, Sinanta .itoiac-v * liriwnniaat thetornoof Nelson.'Joiilslli.   So.vu, Mfs.Sal. ni�n,' () magnify the Lord.' Anthems.   Double Chorus, '  From. ihe,c�n�er.' .Soiomon.- I'ART in -Anthem, Mrs. Salmon -hd Mrs. Bland, 'Hear rny prayer.' Kent. S.ing, Signora Siorace, * Ths yr.lnte Unable' Alex. Keast. Rfit-it. Mr.. Br^ham, * The r rights b>' toes,* and Air, ' To ar March. Airand Chorus, ' 5inKunt,i God.', Canrata, Mrs. . JJickin.'^, .' Ftpm rosy bowers.' i^urce^.' Coronation Anthem,'Gort save the Kinj;.' .    PriiidpalVoCal J^ertormers-Sighora. STORAGE, Mrsi .sal-ion, sviis. BbANDi and Mrs. DlCKONS, Mr. URAHAM, Mr GilibONS, Mr. PvNE, Mr. SMITH. antfMr. DCJlYl.t". Leader ot the Hand, iVIr. ASHLEY; Organ, Mr. J. AS'-tLEY...      _. The r.ana and Choruses (NvWch are numerous and-gom-. pletehby the m'lst appfovcd I'iriorm-rs. ,      '' ' fi:^* In c nii'qiieiice of.the' great overflow from tlie Pi(, the Theairical Orchestra w.ilj hi Htture.he'addsa to it.v Donrs to be-(>peued at six aiid b-gin at seven. -Kox-s 6s. . �J'it 3Si 6d.. ,Ga|. 2^. Upp';r (.'aj; is.   Bi>oks ot' the Fert'or-inaiwsfwltH tlie lmpr|nutur� of E.Macleish) to be hao in the rhiatre only, pcioebi^    ^    : _ MESSRS; BOYDRLX; -ani Co.. acquaint ^the .Artist: who may h4.ve piinted finished- Si udi?s ihoilj-1 the intended Pidureot th'^ death of Lord NELSON, lh.it, they may bsidelivered .at tiieir hiiuse in Chea^iside on or before the list iiVsinnt.   ^ It is retjuest-tt that words br mo'tfos niay be inscribed on tieh of the Sti-.tfies, and cprre�tionding ones on'ihe envelope.-. �if the letters whicli accompany them ; and Such as may not /be approved AvlM be returned .with the Seals of tt^e lettets uA^-� Dfoken.� \ , .'   ' �� PAl'EHrHAGlNCS and t?ArWTER'S COLOUH&.^ T   MlDDLEj"ON, in St. MartJn'sJane, who for ._J*,jw/t^al,,^w has mgde Colours, both line and; TZiisy, ii'ivi^'jtrfnfB' aita sells t�ip�4i4C^liv wards: � v'     -   .His care tS to sell prime articles,- anrt (to tlioje who V*y for them when delivered,) on the most're.4Soiia'le tcrins.-^ Togetner with (hstliniper colour's f.>r rooms, cyloU�s also i� 6i)s for inside and out do ir painting ; all wliich are so pit-pared tliat they may bs used by any person ofcommoji in. teUij5eiice, � N.U. A large assortment of Pdper-hsitgings, rifady for putting up, is;always keptv" -   ' NEW SUPPLY, at GAI?ilEti*s, Nos. 5 j an.i 54, Sr. Paul's Church->ard. bf REk'OSl I'l.;.ta''e�', wl ere the part'ies Ivave an abiolute inte'cst, aMdon .which ("�'y reaiun of the prtssure mi the tiHies), iVfonffy canhot be obtainod upon Mo-'RiRe, And eight yeaw purchase will likewi�'i be giVen f(n',.'\nnnities f.r yoting Live;, sccurrd on t.hr; like property, or on Money in rheFunUs, vy>.?ife the parties hive only a life interest. In either case, the gwi^t^rs will hsvc the power of redeeming the same.-'\pply jjersi^nally, or by letter, to Mr. King, at his hoti.e, S, John-street, Ad;lphi. ""to GENTilTBMliN' ()F rank, ANU FASaUN.. Patent PERRl'GUF-S. ' IT lias for liiai'ij' years been T. BoWmah's prii!e to have his articlss'Miperior. to ^11 others. Every artitle he . has jirbduced-^has been pricznal, and his own'invention.> Oil the aist of 0*l i!ibVs, Half t)reoS,.,4> and 6 Gs. Full-Jrest, 8, 10, ij, 8a/a'l^dja (its, Toc^jUes, t to2 Gs, Tresses � to loGs-t.Q is at home himself. Mow. Wed. ai'd Fti.- TlieohU'days he can go out is Tu   Th. aiidSat.   t. KoW- ^ M ak's is (the.Orijinai Shop) No. 112, New Bond-streei, one. *drW'r3b.iveUroAk.--f"-i.  : ''T** BISH returiTs^hiitmpit grateful tUiinlcs 10 the X  pVHStlelhftJ%iijfty?di>tieKntshetl preferctice'lhey have bSen pl^asedttf give thtabdve OlRcWTbrsivttil^eiii^. ^^"^ . The holders pi' the to Hp w in j; t>utsiandiuit Capital Prizes, shared Hfid'sola as aB-i^e, Jn.tlie 1 pttery ji^it linislwd, may ^either receive tlieir monev or exchange 1 hem tot Ti  Ko. 7,151 17.047 ysMi K\\ Business fidi-lity and disiiatch. Mo. 1,689 i6,?67 -10.911 Sccife. Sec'. ublic Funds transaifed �-� 500 J .0 500 With N EW STATE LOTTERY, r2th of May, i8o6     . SCHEME. begins Drawing ' t � a ' z �, . .J to Id 20 Prize of 3 ',,000 IS.'OOT i.uoq $� xi IS �2?,coo 4 ,00.^ ao.ooo ts.ooo IQ.oor. J,000 a,"00 a, 80 3 13 3,! 00 tC2(0,ooo 25,000^'! ickets Five First-drawn Ticksfs tst Day Five Fi'st-Drmvn riocs.;:ls vd L>iy First-drawn        . 4th Day Ditto .      jfhDay Ditto -.. 6rli Day Price of a Ticket,  �.19 iR o HalFi     - ��"> * oiFighth,   ' �.1 Quarter,     -      2. o| Sixteenth,   - .i Titketsand Shares are on Sale at all the Licensetl Lottery Gllices. 1,1,000 each 1.15,000 1,000 each   s.floo :.        10,000 . :     20,000 25,000 12 ^ .H()|HSERADliiH, ' -"^m T^HIS Essence possesses'Tbe power o*" safe .   .........- in< eon 'hioMgh y and it�s the , I'mmeillately sfopping tUe  Pr^tt''arproperty, it it   that tortiiringma-i �9 that�h�; Tmjth wjlj temajtviUsefuJ "^nd orlWmeutdl "�5?S^......------- ' llfieLSffamu n(�.!�(iuituie�i^bkit wb.ry.No. THE Rev,WILLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT AN'TIBlLroUS I'fLLS. The rttclusive Sale of this valuable medicine iMng now vested solely in the Rev, WiJ. liam Barclay, and thoseappiinted by hint, the further saleof the Pills 18, in Consetiuence, entirelv discontinued at the Wahoratory, No. 3V> Bedford-street, Covent-garden, and is now estab'i'hcd at the Rev. W,Uliain Ba'clav's Warehouse, Leicbstcr-tqtvare; where the public may beassured ofhaving them iM^iei* pure and gemiine slate. Mr; Richard Uutler, No. 4, Chcap^Mt being appointed sole Wholesale Agent, all wDOtesalc orders, both in town and country, are re-qin$t^io^in44t�ited tohim, who wall make the Trad* the usual allo1V4ne^. None are genuine but thosci liavnigdr-BU(Jt Sjl�enpi >�tth the name, " I ha Rev. W. Barclay?** engraved tWeon.   . T. A. PHIPPS, Agent fa the Proprietors, , Beriford-strtet. jCoytnt^uatticft; bli\?irWJ"' ---'-- To be SOLD by AUCTION^ at the New Londnii'Inn, Exeter, on S4T0aDAv the n4 day of M o�,(tlnIe�s previously Disposed Of yi'^M^" Qfniracli 04 wHi(ti due Noticn wvil btgii^�n nrl5lvSEXT FRE5ENTATI0N to the vi|u�. X McRBCTO|iy �f BUJiEFORD, on th� death'of the present Incumbent, aBed'76. The Parsoiiue -� vcicy beautifuilly Sit'uatcd^havtng�� lawn^i* f>onri-wiih gardem and plantations ailji>ininWj�n<' comifismdinB. �� extensive view of the River TortiUge imi the tietjflibouiing country , coiisiitu ot one diawinl5-^wm, two oihersiitinljr#001118, eight bedehamjwr^, andxonventent ortice� of every desctk)-tion, with a'c6ich.)iou�e- anil two tuablec 5 And tlitf 0' JFonsists of about sOcres; of. rich *rableaiid paslurc Bftleford is a s^a-porrind good:C>J�bu.may t>e ,yie\ved on applU battoii to the I>Ve>eiit Rcc\i)r, the Rev.. I< ichurd tveat^t, at the Parsonage j and further particulars may    lu'd hy iipplytng' to Willianv Hole, bsq,, oit^ hU- iUuviif litny, Uar ) ly'r^ Mr.-Tones, A�tiirncyaH.a*i, )ixet�r Meeting of the MAYOR, ALDKRMEN,. L COMMON COUNCIL, and LI vfciiK(HwU,^oiir RoyaP 'Thron:-, impress�l with dutUul fiicL.aUfsiii-iai.tp uf^Sri to ,y'our Majesty's PL-rsoii and Gbveinme.r, (ind iRru^ attachment to, the Coiv^titutioi of these Kin^vloms basest ibliihed by the glorious' Rev..lution "f i6�*), tfte xlistiann^ihii^ cha- rac\erl4tic of which Is its competency to cu;iect us errors, and reform Its abii cs.  '      " in til-pte.-,biU awfiil situation-of puW'c aRiirs, vye woull exp-iSi t'> V'.>iir Maj'Stv r-ur )i iicerti. TJiapks. for that.. P',Meri\ai fcne v>vi wisdcvn which,ui the exercise of your J?(,y. ^.............. .1 � �  Councils s, expe'i ,   , , ......- ... ,       .,-loured by the ;avtn,rr of ynur Majesty, a-e tli-iTnigui^iu'd by the love aiid c;)iirtdcnce o' tli;J:r f II :w'>,vl>j tls. " TfiroU(;h 1 !.e blessing hi I'r viiltnce, on the exertions of an Adminisiration eX|)e-iei'C:d, w-se, energeiic,.frugal, and h nK.-.t, vve c!i rish a confi.lence, liia: sour.'.Majesty will be cuub,l-d to iurm.rtmt thr- niiliitylties whii:h h:ive originated in the 'miscoii(ii!:t of tbrincr A/ini t.-rs, .-ind to.er.tabliilv the � Pe;ice, Liberty, Security, ami Uid.-peuacnt-c of yout Majesty's, Subjects oil a firm foiii.datiiiu. ' " We a -sure y.iur Majesty of onr. readiness to submit to nciiiies.and any .sacrific! s tliat may cnrioute^ti) vi-ur Alajesty's resistance of the uniea.sonahle Piet nb'unsof oui Jjnc to the re�tijraii(.n of the blessings of Peace." paieraai ftne ;ivi wisilom wliicb.iri the exercise of yont al Prfro^atiyc, f.ath lately e-illed V) voUr .V|;ij,sry's Co menot the Uigaist c >n-.i.l;raiio.i. fir potit-cil tale'Us ri.-nce, and irtcgiity ; and w!io, while th�-v ;ire hoioli tingham. _ Resolved, That tlie proceedings of this Meering be s-igopd by t!ie-s>. own Clerk, a.id a ivertised ia the Nuttiniiham loiir-.ual, and (h the London Papers. That the ,1 hanlis of this Meeting be given to the Mayor tor cal.lnig the s:uiie, andf.r his liberal Conduct tlirougliout the wJiole of the Proceedings c )i.>-,:i)iian-, thsrCup.,n ^      : geokgIt-;Ct)LI)FlAW, Tov own Clerk.'' .     DR. CJRIiGiJRV's CYCLOPEDIA, .   Tn be;iomp'i-"ted ml welve Months.. TBE iPUBLiG are respcatuljjjr iotttfrncd that the HR,�>T PAR; '.'of the above v-�!uHbUVVotk was published On S ATI) i< DAV,,Mi.rch the Jst, vric; Nihe Shilli-igs, and that it may be sjeuafid purchased at the shofV of every respectable Bookwller throiigliont t.ie Empire.    \ ~~-         . lUNlUS'S~iATHi� ,gra|)Iiical'j a, d j. A.i Unqiury'Veiati*ctblhe AntYriJr of ih'i.sv pap'-rs, in which liie pret nsions of vstnons sitppossd writers arecriiiiiiily e.tamiiicd, and the name of the real Author ascenaintd. By JOHN AI.MON, Author .of the Lives.Lit th^ Rir) of Ch.iiham and John WUices, ot An-td-jtes, Histo ical and BiujifAphica!, . �     &c. &C. Src. No person can dcU'it .th.- siiperiiif iTetcn^i-^ns of Mr. Al-m'>n togive to trie \v6'ld an iliustrdttit and classical Edition of the f.imous Letters of .J jiiins, a ta�k for w.'ii.'h he lia> al-wHysbfCn acknuv-kkiigcd t > be be'ter qualified Ihjiiairyotf.er Contemporary of th:ir di-.tiiigu!.sh:^d Writer.   This Edition cla.ms. thereiore, the desid :d P.-vferei.ce of the. Public^ as the last work oftlie veteran l:ditor,win> was intimatciv coiine-t ed with t!ie nyst eminent p->litical char.icW.-; of the period VTCTUAM.lN':-'' thu- ttiall net le iLiivf-'d to the Ho.tr thesr, perioi�fly alteHd. E tch. Tender inusi l>r accompanied with a .(et-' ter from two rftpic/ii.'e pei ti.it, r/r^i^int'it biC.tne b'iund -u/ilA tbepeisnntendti ing, in tiie turn oj I'lve tiundred Pamndr, /or ti'g due perft-uiifme o) tlie Co^iiract, L^ufthe>- p irtcnt^vs m.n.ji   lO'jjn-by afplfiUg at lift Office. OFFIC'-OFORDNANC!',. March 10, rto�, /T^HE Fi-iiicip.il Oj/icers of His Mctj^sif s- Ordnance ,JL du hereliy ^iij-: notice, .ih.ii p-'^'pi'-ili "iui,/ be received^ at their Office, in St. !'.ia-'.; ..tei, lK-il>ninuer,,on or bef.re Monday, ibr i^ih ins(.Jitm s,ic^ p. r>oi:s as mat be willing to un-lcrtike ihe ^upily of F>JRA(;E f..r the irRDNANCt )\\J\y Order nt tl�e Bard R, H; GREW, Secretary. 'TIT'S,day -die published, ' New Editi JOS, ravii-i aiid cp;rec.lev4,ii� Two Volumes j 8�o. prire iSs. boa'ds,  . ASERIES-pf- BJLAY& JtJ vrhithit is atrempttd to  '.er i'as.i'>hs of the Mmd ; each Passion b--ipgT.ic Sub) t\ ot-.i Trai-dy and a Coimedy'. By J'>.V\S'.\ UKTLUiK.    a. Miscellaneous i'lays^, by the isirjc .-\uilior,Svo. price 9s. in botird,. ' . Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rses, atid Ormc, Pateinos-ter-rcw.  - UK, MAVvHi'S NE'V ViORK. 'This day is published, iii two elegant volumes foolscap 8vo, ))iice half a guinea'i;i tic.aid.'i, AFATHER'S GIFT to h:s -JHILDREN; CO isisl'iiki of >)r!);in.jl E.sSAA'S, 'T.ALICS, F'.\BLES, kEFLKe'TI'iNS, &c. lU' WILLIAMMAVOR, L.L.D. Vicar of llnrley, in J?eri;!,liu-c, aj.d Ciuiplain to the Earl of Moira, Printed lor Richard Phillipsi No. 6, New Brid);e-street, and tobc l\ad of all ho-Itsillers- -luii.^Y�rtUBfn ooi, on occasion ot the late glorious Naval Victo'y. To �iiihich. is p/e-fi. KK, hsq, Uafristijpat.taw. Printed for Richard Phniipii, No. 6V Brid^^-sireeti'SLick* friars rand to be had of all Touks-llers. >Of wltoin may aUa bc'had^ ^Memoiri of the late Mrs. ROBINSON, written by htrsoJt, In Two Vuluuies. pntc      6dvtio�t�t]�,^ LK Son Likewise,-:M*moi'ji, Humorou* and.Rlreij:al, of the late EE tkWKSrwrtrtaii by hi(xi�elf,- tnd^'publUhtd"(�y"hi� ibr in Four Volumes,' price     ut bMrdr. 1'h'S ^ias is published, in Cr^vvn Svo. ppce :.os. 6,;. in " boards, ad iuR )nl liva wiin i'j >,if imjuessi.vis of the Plt'cv, price i8s. c n'aini'>e H \K tS P E AR t's TWO GKNTl.E .lEN of VEk '.NA, RO vlEOand {ULIET, and H.-VMl.E ' , enih.-ilishe � vMih tiig avir'ss, by l'.irker, Dtlatie, a;:d Raimb ich.frt ni DcM^ns by stothard, Westall, amtHtiwafd-Volume V. of nPHE ENGLISH DRAMA ; or. A Colleaion of X   Plays of the most celiljruted �Vutjujrs; with Criticil and. Biogrjph cal Essays, and an Historical Inquiry itifto th� Dranviai'd the Stage. . Triiued tor Longmjn.Hnrst, Rees, and Orme, Pater.iQStcr-row J Wm Miller, .'\lDeiua.'lc-siie,;t jjiul A. Cons tijbfb and Co. Ediiiburgh. '__, _ This Day are published, m Two. Vvl-imes Od'ivo, Piice One I. ii.n:?a ill .'}o;!ulo, , LECTURES   on   BKl.LES   LETTRES   and LOClO. By Mte lata WILLI am I,aK;U)N, F,.\.S E. .'Vnd PiL'tessji 01 IsclLs I.ettrcs :�id Lcn;:c in the i.itversity of St. .Anilr-.-ws.      � Printed for Lonpi^ian; lliir ,-..du.h'.n^K. . This Diiy is pablisUea, m one li.tn-.uo.'ne Vuiumsi cr.nvn 8vo. price 7s. 6d. sewed, th,-' 1 liird Edition, consuierjbly improved, of ANEW ITALIAN GRAMMAR, in English and It.ilian, ona PUnoiiJ-rc. t tnnuany hitheno'published; pointing out, in ;i cU-ar concise manner, the best Rules and the easust Mtthnl tor thi; .r.tainoiJnt of that elegant -and hirmonious Lang-.ia.gi.-, equajly, calculated for the use of Schools and piivatclnsirudion. By GAiiTANOKAvrzzorn. Teacher ul Languages. This Edition c.intains s-'vcral valu.ible Ituprovfments anil Additions, particularly Tublcs   renzode Me^lici, Ar;osto,. .' y    ' . 3, A Colleftioft of Spanish Poetry 5 to which is added ait English and Sjianish VneSbulary.   ,       '< 3, Viritterium I atinum� ora L4lil^CtfUeAlon.'Gonti^mtng Thtrilif are 'publish^ iu"i�iiy iiirhi/ JLa Vfjieretn ihfc Duties aiiit Ch*f,^wt Jts o� Women areicpiu. sideted, chicUy-with a Rsfartnci to^prevarling-Opinion^. '   Printed for Longn^tot HUTi^t,^CC^^'and .ter>row.  Of whorn tflay be had, lately Mm* Author, �   "   ij Letters v
                            

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