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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 17, 1806, London, Middlesex                                fTpFfIS f�RSEN-^ feV-fiNING ihth Majesties* To.TO�nfaW�.. A yrfef ClUui; with Y A AUalr   /^-X.�tf��4   H tJMsSafttei drawn. Com ^Tt'he.llandaml eiJ��r4�se?i(w]ti<;U ^huroeltM�iat�4 Wflf- t��F�ONS; Mr. nlctc) by thP most amwuwds I'erlorm r�. �      lncoi^ THE President, Vice.Prciidi&nts; Ifiid Siicwarfls, appointed at a MeefittR df C;i:ittleiTierf #rho wijre rftsi-tleiit in Imtia during the Adownistraiion: otMafflHis Welles-kjr, heldat th(< riiatched Housfe;Rive nrtice, that Tncks-�Ay, thezoth of March, is the djy hxed on for the enter* Uinmcnt to be given    his I.ord�hip at Willis's Koo/iis. Dinnertobc :i'.1ieTableatsixo'clbck.   . : PKESlDHNn,-.   :-,r;r;,l l.enrjjeHarrs.       VICE-PRESID  NTS. General J. Stuart Colouci Allan, M.P. Air. W. Cowper .   STEW.\RDS. Sir W.Burrouelts, nart. M.P.   Colonel Kvd Sir �e6TRe Lefth, Bart. � Cenerat-Cameraa i     . Genemt St. I.�|ftt ^' Cetitnt Dt�t9    ���� -1 - Mr. CocfcbiKn    ^ Mr. C. Coc�ctfeI|.1^on, Esq., Phili|) Tmii'.K, Es�j. Samuel Roberts, Esq.. �    t)ihr?rat �he tondcijTayiSin.'in BishopsRate-street, at five , 0'clbck |)reci$ely| when his  Royal � HiRh^ess the Priisidenr ' has obliginRly pronnised to take tli� Chair. '   'Nb; adn'ii$s1on iiJto;the Chapel on .this occasion Nvithout Titkefs, which will be sent to every Guardiin.-'or may be  {irocuretl by application to the Rev. W. AGUTTER, Chap-; lam end, Secretary, at the ."isvlum.  Tiic Ornart will, be played by IVfr. W. HOi  he has iSpsned.a Wrfrehouse ror tlic anleoF Foreign Wiiies and Spirits, at' the lo\vest price, lor -.Kady money. , �        � , r,.        ,, No. 3;, Upper Bryanstfne.5treef, Cu/nbcrland-street. \' MEW LOTTERY.' SWIFT and Co. No. Ir,-Poultry, solicit the attention ol the Public, to the-Scheme of the Nfw. State Ipttery, whieh begins'drawing on'the iMh' of May.'lt c ip wards of Oqe Thousand Prizes more than the, last, and One Huni atid� "tiedifcited    JWrrtiissidn to His^'ltoyal Highness the prince LORD.NELSON'f L^KB: ANtt AdfilEV.tf^^^^^ rrlHE.Public is respeaftllly iftfdrmetrihatJ this X- National iWork^ brought-tbrwaid under {he immcdiatj Eatronage ol his Royal Highness the I'rirrce of Walc!(,'->^ill e founded oii documentJ, comnfiitnicated by Karl Nelsoji, a�id other branches of this diatinguishid "Fanii y, to the KeV. J;,Sj (.'laikej. Ltbratisn;to'his.'Rojiil Highness"; and froia aa'higblv interesting Memoir in the late Nobli AdinirHl's .hi^rtd writing (of which a Fac-Sjinilo Will, be givijn), s6nt by htm to lohn M*Aria>ir, Escj. who also possesses 4 variety of other iiitt,resting MSS. recci>�d from confidential friends of the deceased herb, and from ()ffuJersol tank who served wiiii I'hiirik  This junction of t wo separate colleflion* of docuinehts iiMi�beeivarranged under tlie auspices, and at the eXpVeVs re-.    .1   -    -----' -   -'a:';' I       ;i| cpinmendattonof his Royal Highneis the Prince of Wales, expence ot present, 4{inin^'&tianie,.^ r-iiJile|Anilence i but :1f IS. impossibfe) of oavies, Stfan(^; and Mr. Miller, Albermarle-street.-^ Thtf pticfe of .such Copies as -are ordered ,before. the first qf� July iijext win be Vive Guiicas, or wuh Proof Im-'prissions of the Plates; Seven Guine.is; and ihs inonsy iwiy be"paid either on giving tlwotder, or qn d^liwrv pf itheWork.  After which time the prices will be advanced. An Alphabetical Li5t of Names, with the Dates of Orderij will be publtihal and annexed to the Work_. Wook� containing the Qrders reccivcil, may be seen at Messrs. Cartell and Oavies's, Strar.d ; ani.1 Mr. Miller's, Al-beinarlcistreet. PURSUANT to an Order of ihc High Conrt of Charcerv, bearinj; dale the z.th d.iy of Jannarv, 1816, made in a cause wliereiti H K Y PARN E I.L is Plaintiff; and AN,N otherwise AGNlift PRICE and others ar.> Oeten-dants ; .nil or any Persons or Person whn were the next df kinof KPWARA> PRICE, late of Alrtefsgate-strcer, in the Ciiy=of'l.Qii3^' .Vaiehi :t?oft.. l^lftpioiysyto 'b^ pud tiM.ithe delivery df the book, whtcTt will be tesdy by the t�th of 's^prilfpjuing.f ^d V,    � ' 7-1 ~ lllNEN HOARD. IRIiLAND. .ERE.VllUMS- ,     � -     SPINNING YARN'B.� .MILL MACHINERY. /r.T]Sl'order to eqc^jtorageithcsuintun^^of Yarn for X'Sail Clotli.^Cartv^ss, Duck and iStriffng, by Machinery^ which is deemed'essentially ncces-ary to the: retaining, and extendi rig these bt:inclie� ot the Linen M miiiailiny; lor every Spindle, not less than too, which shall be eredled by any pferson after the first of January i8 6, ar\d brforeihe firstot'.Januarv,iS 7,in amjtsteily and elf.-tt;ial niamier, k-t spinning of Linen, or Hiin|��-n Yam, and to be woikea by vvat--r, steam, horses, or ox^n, an equal number of Spindles will be given by the Ue.>voiked as atoiesaul, ilie Trusia;;* diul.ue rheir inro.uion otcontinuin)* the foregoiaR preiniu.ni, by oll-.-r;n? a iiUeSquaii-tily ot Spimilesin each of thi tw'a .siictrsiiiK years, cr appropriating a like, orure.iter sum, in e.icU lor pnc'ini.'.^ llicni, in cas-'e they shall lind the gootl ellccts tliy cxpCs't to re.-iuit iroiu tlieir present Oil. r. � - 2. .-\nd as .Hfurrhe(^e.iCourai;em"nt tnw.inl.i S,oiiini^i<.Ya'o, by Spiii.lles worked 111 manner alore^ad, :i b junu . afrer iJie rate01'jd. per yard, will be gu'cn ri;reac!i yard ot Mitl Cloth, Canvass, Duck f-r Dnilinjj, nut lc.*h>deAiyr, ttdajifW, aiKmrteSftv leconi.''. mended, to rhe perusal of Feinaici iu cyeiy rank oi> U!e;\ne' author has t)i;en.under.tha,ncceii}ity of \exprc,s4ng niiiuelf witft titat peispicuity ^vhich \Vi || render it inutli�{ibi|c to every rc�deri�tul enable every rcnutevH>!%itMrt'ii>i.' with pO^iiuik, tlii true-state ot her hedtir) at.ih�.3)in�*tii{fitt Utui it-pomtl *Ut ptoper" reineiji^? � ttiJ9� 4i*?wSyAiV4.ot^v�Hf�)t�� ti�k I '�i�ity' of'tevealini} those^drcmfttVanciswntqHthif putive 1 JUMlef ^ftjatQj[|ayiVi!WK^ i Jfpr^he^j wawnwaw A; :iiodk i' I. bwkci^by- Londi,)ti ep|M>�(wtNe*N VICTUALUNG-OFFICE, Mar�^jx,. Comtnitik'^rt for Victunlliitg UitHajettft Navy do htrtl^ f/vr Afci-W, Thujm .TuadAy next; y�0,W i/f; nnfir'atfir. f LVfc. I HOUSANO ELLS of OANVAa.<5 for PUl:)IJlNG,n.\G3,��fw�''W?<�^��wA'f(bibe Priet thtdt MCt bj inientd in ivnrds at length, of thai iball r^t be delnhrrtd to the li'ji'd befi^e <*ite  /r/ Officers a^J'Ctmmusiotttri uf Hh Mttjiuy'trjtavy da hereby'pvt Hotier, iIm  f' ,    FIR T! vlMER, - ,.: OAK PLANK; l'Rl)S.<;iA Dl-A L."?, nnd ASH.RAFTIilt.S. . DhtYtbitihttiof th Ait'irU^nvitb Firms of tleTtrJert^ bbsren atthn O^.re: MoTa. of tVh ai or Ky: ,Stiaw; .ill ot t.he best qua!.ty, ami to be d.-liverf.f at jhe. tespectivi; stations at the expe.iceot the iJoiitraclor; ant the um.tractir is toturnish such horses with Citsat 81bs. psr Ra- 1 . ,  --'"0.? that may frv>(ii time to time attu la e, ,m..kiaKan aU..wai*e for tJie.ame. iiu. . ..-'^rct-.street aforesaid, aoy day between th? hours of fen an i tour o'clock, where the Proposals in.iv also be delivcial, sealed up, an.t n-.iirk:: !s tor Supplying romjte f*r Oiilnnivc Hordes," but no Proposal can l;e admineil alter the j^vti at the present Month,   ry .Order v-t ihe !'. a^^ R. 11. CivKW, Secretary. KorS.ALKhy AltCTIO.^, At No. 70, Tower-itteet, tii Win.vgsj.4r, t, at r*ye>v.'-o'tio 9 Pipes Re4 Port Wine. 4 Do. , 130. i Do. Uo. 30 Dozen Por-i^.i ilherry Brani'y. JO Dos-' Old Ited t'ori Wi:,�. 5 Hogsheads l.i':ne J uic-i 10 Dozea Usbo'iiAViiie;; - heads f)e 19th instant, of Sh?rry, looAen Pi.vis Runrshrab, midt l.iTiaica. fri'tn Limet in Furtlxr panacalam of C. W. DOWVJK'G, - Svoorn Brok.r. T,.wef.itf^f Tins day are pjbl.s!, i, eirga tU printftlbv B��iei'  i�7L., This day Is publi;ihed. in Two elegant VqUiiM*. muii t jibellished ��ltn beat>i"aul VofUaits, by C�l�Ol�'W�ian, price iisMnb.�jrdi,." '   ' �>-::'' ��'� Iiiniu&repiied! i. t;�>piow f)i)��tetlV�v-VAt&,;butQj:^ thc� paper*, in whi .�: toiw liad oi:�u ttooltsellch a..� d" jl^ b JlSeSS   

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