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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 18, 1806, London, Middlesex                                �, -J ' 11! ��-ri         .   ' � ,..TflEA*l<4?-�k'-t.VAfi,'-out)R'VitSNV.l hpHIS: PRESENT EVfe^'lNG iHdir Majcsti�'; �i - bervants Will -at*. ...^ A PiUPR CLAI.VI. With YOUTH, I.DVE, ami f(M,LY..  . On 1'hiir^v>Vl E. ! Keiidtrdfahe Hand, Mr. ASHLbV j Orgdu, Mr, ]. ASrJLbY,. '     The Band a-rf Choruses fwhich artviiumerous and comi . Tvleto) bvthcm^st approved Herlonn .7s. (eir-'lh cv.nseffuenc; ot tha grearovef flow from ihe Pit, thv- Theatrical ,Orc!icsTra;w!ll m future he added toit. ' G;K(>S!VIiNO�'S TOY-KOUMS, No. 303, Holboin. (p- GRCDSVENOR most respectfully begs leave to-ai;qu.iiiitthe Nohility ami Gentry thathc Jias nmcii � inciensed his Giock ot elrgant aiu! curious lOYn^ &<;. ^c. sind-tliar he lias now 011 sale the h?st (. olleition in this Kuig- .  lv-lor the inlorin.ition iiiv.i in-itruibutvot .Children, wbilcto them it appearsa mere airiuse-tncnt, whiL'h has ever been allowed tj.e best mode of c ivv.-y. mi instriiclioi) tajilvenile mirds.- 1 cy.�loiists I'linushed in. the most cop^iiletc s.lyle.-.I.)'>1 s oKail si'rt> iitchsed ii\1 SPRlNt, I ASillON, VIZ -1 he Colim-wood D e-a :    M;^t: the Qclagm ,Ci|isV ; the Wolverine Bonnet ; and the V/fw.'bnrn iBipr'-.v^d. t urbiri, the tattsr ot which made to go , to lrj:an(J.  ,1 he abavis b,b?p-s.have never vet ap|)eartd, and . vill be ready .for f-ale on  IhtirWay next, a.th March, .   jS'ifr.jit WiUiann's *i.-vnii'.iClory, No.        Oxl-ird-sfe-t, . ;HolK-:s.srreet, CavSndtali-sniKire, where the Tradsan nil its - branchis may bs servciion virv rc3SMQable,t!tfrms, M; B. Curious Straw Shoes'l'^     .., ,   �        - .REAL C; Ei    1.1N I- N. Storifi �it'!:eftf'>rJ,j>nf PlyitiQuth^ i/LUieh poptrtiont aflei-Wd:tcr)ninedup'j/t, o,e />:tlf!,y the 3 islcfOclo....... l/je rltiiainder /y ihe       of l),c(mber joUowiii^.   To be by B'-ili, fdvabie.tLithtnie hi, ninety Aiys dfier rkie: The Condi thins of .f lie Conltacl mjy he >0freoe\vmj!, .md it reqifired, caivintrodMce;atthe same time i.-:their d"0|' ot which ni4y be '.seen by applying to th*Wjne,ljttmijpsabr>ve. (,TOY ANU'i lPNBR"l*OGir.'WA,kE UBP(>;in!ORy; Nj 3, ChtKn>s�d^,WRtfr'�f l�fftftrrtoster-ri JXinl.'C /il'.tndy. Twenty rb'iusa-id Cioinfi. lltn/xif liogi/jend, or 1 lueniyfivt-(aoits.iiid B'jek Djniac,. ItMiibio', .\;eiiin, cr'Qiteiee I'ipe Stai:ei,-U'iUbt itdmiitfd:' No regii.muUlie'h-Jdtoianv 'leiijer in'nvbc'' tAi I'l-ni ionll lint be ^rwrte.f iH\iv'>rdt ut length, or thjt  l ^e-tei/tver^d} in the Ba.t-dbefore' Oite o'CUck on .the said . hridJy tpe Zolh. of ^'Juiie next, nor uitifss the lerson -whs makn the Tendeu ot same ptrson on bis behalf} Atie.tt\tt%\it" ;tf�tWwr vi^xufealted.for. nt^HE C'JtiHtHsffffiers for- Cvndiidwg Hh' Majestys -X . I rditsporf Sr'rvtee, fiukiitg ejre ej Mfk and Wounded Heame'.y,-tied, do hereby g''>e nonce, .that ih^'y iiw.'/ ie ready at} tbiiiQflice OK. Viwit^Vi^v t/ir^dth instant, to r. a'.ve staled Ten-.. de)S,atui treat iL'tth ,such peisonr af tmly bftuilhm^ to c.ntr ct /b;-Vi(itu;dhn? Sick and Wounded Se.\meu,iat' the unJefinett-lioned'pQct.ti''py'Tu ^n>ed -with a fetter from fujn tespecij.'jiepenoits, en e.Co'i(iaiti    '      v. I'urtDe'p.irt enhtes may be knoivn by apphfttg at fh's Office..' . ~~~      , ,NAV V-Ol'FiCE, Marth r4,' 1 SifiT* 'I "'HE prtticipal. Ojfic^fi attti Cunmusioners of Hn i Majesty's Navy do hereby give filotlcr, tijat on Vi i-O^zi-d\y, the 2b-h insiijnt, xh^bf jit One o'E'Urk, they tviK be ready to Irent ivithstich penaits as mav be. iv'llintrto contract far silpylyirg His Majesiyss Y-irJs -at .Dcffod, H-oolwich, Ci>.it-(him, !ihcernexs, Poilsm'jutb, and fiiynrji h, %u;to y: ti/\Ml� KORUfS. A Fiitie*H^ witliits Dependencies. i ., W,A.i�4.iiilslf*JhMjiain anU iVtjry'lewbijnrfj' - : " for a period of Sigi M,orit,lis troijithe tstof ;'Apri�, until'the t(\e.j^th bepit^ttaWtMfcxr ^ the Forage tci be tu^ms^ed in Kattoiw, to ftChiSKtidif-lolM. of Oats, of 4>(bsw per bushel; I2l6s. M,Vpland^vlwddw H^v 5 iand 8)bs; of Wh*ar or K.\>t St�\X';*a!l of lhe.beii'tjual,ty, ami; to be-.dcl.iypied at the res^pecttye stations at'the expeiiceot the Contractor; and the. Coiitrailjof I* to funnsh such horses witIrOitsH! 8ibs. per Rati >h dS nvay be bille^ed'^m the pistrkt fi>r whicbhe ontTads.  > The i*fc{)0S4ls ujay Ije delivered sep irately or jointly for. eachirtatioii {.land rt-l3'*^^p^?|^lf Aft &'t tb^i Contrjldlor sltiill re-tjpue thp Stabk Dfiiitj? tIrJttaay ttiQin'time tDtiine accumu. la?e,mafehiv; aivaUi>vyiii�cf.tut,t)��:,'s-dp(ie,    � -jn- ,. ^ : i ?url'h-r'iiafticVliiriJ,'*trwelht;r witli the Terqis and Condi-tioiis pi ttfe(iiout4"4ttfiinsy b4>kii6ivn \it)y>rt applicattoii to the Officer^Cuimnaurtiug ths R�y,tl r.-Vrtimcy^m �ui6!v B^,.tnc.Y, whdirea'ufhorised to.receive t'roposals-; ayll a^o ?t the Se. .ctefaiyk'*Offtce, in' S-.Uarga-ft-t-s,fteet atoiifeiid, ;iity -day >b�iween the;Kourspt  .im6;i4b�(vifhc B.o��itt- ''-"Xc^ ��* ^^.�1. ir     y--.^       ; :      ^-.v H. (;,U^Ei^.-^ferQt)iry.:-: .-, :,Aiv;j||'l Bl.WOUS, h,l?i5^ :!a*�emMli,i hoiSoiit to ofT-r to the iyX Public the only complete, fesjiV.labP;, and lin.fwriri Series of English Htst"ry.wh'Ch hi* everbeeti or'tlncfld Mr. I lU'iic's History was b'ought by, that Writer (t.-wn to th* period, of tlie Revoltiti'in,- and Mr.; Bc!j!u'!i has {'iken up the na',raiivc from the Uevilution and hi ought it down to the'Pejicof ,Aini."ii^.  .;       .  � ,   . tki^h Works fyrrrian linifirm Series ^f I'wsnty Yoliimft.';, aiid they rnay be hod of�vory Bookseller inTown and Cauii-iry,,'price Eight Pound)!,, ill boards.'   . Pers ry was freqiienily ^old previoiily to the apii?.ira:ic!*,af Mr; BA-sh)�in's Vvnrk, as a foiitinuaii'>M et Hiii!!^ tj the de.vh of George the Seco d, Mr. Phil ips thinks if prjpe; to observe, th.it M.r.Belsl-.an-.'i Histoiy ot tne Kej);� cif^leor^e the '1 li:rd may be- had sepiirately,' to complete 11 nine a id Swlkf, hi L.^'it Yolufnes, jV'cs Jhree Pounds Twelve bhiUiugs in boards. .., Pr'd;>e.5tre?t, jin. 8t .i8o6..     :       . :     ' ,. > '"'^""n'^'wIv.st"I\t o,v n&EKiCE-f &c. &ippech on 'he Mahfatt.i V\ nr, zs 6d. , 3!l. 1 he CoiiscitMtion ol the U.,itjd. !Ci;,i w,ve4!fd salely; m*the Rfevf Mfan* Barclayi aricf.tHMSB,.1pi)iiri)ted,by hm^ ths further ^ileot. tTyv PiUs it^ in <.onl,efqtteric'e, entir*IV MSEontinuetl .it the , .IiJ^o.ratory, yo. 35, Bedtord-street, Coveiit^garrteri, and is now csjabhsljed 4t tJ^e Rev/: WiUiam Ba'!C!4v''s.Warehouse;  .f��iiceftt fat(ft�>rt)pt�|t)KiJn riivtlvetWdlhihs       ' J. " m ST FA R y of tlie abjpva vji^M^We-^ork Wa4 pub-Hsbddon SlMTORDAY*. Msrch the ist. aSce Kme ShiiuVg^,, .anjtl ,�liai} jt fnay;liJC seen a>�l ttUiwaserfS^^^ tiespqflabtf Bookselhir tUr6^^^^qi^t>^heBli^^^^^        * An mPORTANr AODlTKm^fo the Si dCK at   ; 5yoK of Eisuci^uw.^ - ' ; or, (Three fiftm^red^atid SixtVifive �Jj:XDmC:.^Lls!�{.ON�. m SshfDiBofeither T '�^^Wo* . ^ .   .--,..,,'tifth.i. xtt re^dfiia; by tlve�ab�crVdU�Jn. thaj, pi f wijt jevewKiptrtllew! Hoi** fir te ' '^|4�t!i|cy.�efea�idf%rth ?�ferenca to ^ly; ofi. sfr.Mt0)f4r,^JBl^ieem b^A T , 1 his Oay w as pu'ilishen. !! a vols iiti.r 7s. SECRE-IS Ot the CASTLt, or the Adventures ,of CHAHLIiS D-ALWAINE, , l!v 1). caufy, - Autlior ot tht; Picisnesof ^Jafure, &c.  LondrTi': Printc.-i tor B Crusby andlSo. btafionera-courf, Paterliosiet-row. > In a few davs will b? pubHsheJ, u tst. EDWaiM) a. d ANN a, or i',i!>.l�ire of Hiimnn Mfp, zv.vls. by JOftN hUS 1 El), Fsq. "f the 1 nlier Tenple. 4-1. A New .Volumi ot the M.OWl-RS of l.miKA-vlil/HLbk for n5<�5, cruraining, bi:^i.;cs the i;reat abnnd.ince ot JLitejaTy Novelties for the Vear, the Lives and P.irtraits ot the ki^ht Hon, v�m. Pitt,. R. iJkvJmheld, V. KnoX, T. iDibdenv and Mrs. t. H^me. .. . . ^aY.]eRNO < PI C !� {.) N; S J iv 1A L AT l.AK , c This Haywas pnhli^hecl, tir;ce3S. 6.1. with a Pfite repre-serttme the Oirl extended fro u-tlie Pulley, on th!^ sj.ukc, tlie-CtPlo'', &c. rrom a Drawinijexliibuc'l in t nurt. lEVlRTAL OF THE BRITISH GOVER. NOR (Vf THi- ISLAN Q. Or 'PRI.Ml OA D, for ir.flidllng ctu^l nod unlMwtuI Ikuifshm-tit 00 Louis.a Cal. DE!l0^f,m the Courtof Kilia's iioncli, te.ti. ?.4, with the Siicecres of Coun.elron bothMdfs, and Ex-iminatun ot tlv? Wiinesse.'t hf-ftill lehi�th.- VerdiO.l Cuiltv.; . N. B. Mr^ Dallas. Con i.sel tor the (Governor, eav morko'.v, the 19th injtant, at Twelve o'ulotk. nPWENrV Butts Jni to Hj^^she^^ds of Sherry, X   Sec. Sec.   � 10 Pipes Red Port Wine. .-.    4 Dol Do. .1 Do. Dor        -    :      . 30 Di-iz-rp Foreign Cherry Brandy. '      � .50 Dozen Qld Red Poft \\ �;ic. _    5 Hogsheiids L^e Jitice, � loo D..2t^n l.iston V^.;e. � ;    501 Dozen Piius Rum Snruli, atatJ.e from Limes-in .   ,    .lamaica-. .further particulars oj     .         '�.        .   C. W. nQWMKN'^,     � �     .'Sworn Rro^ r, y.iwer street. pfesei\t r GTtietal-of'hf I Tt|Vrtsiml t:K-ports, prtiente'l-tlie -Sc.'.') ^.i'ls or t^ie        irti' Ti tlie Isl'iii-r ot"l'.)rr61a, and the^Orcbrs.^rf Cr)uh;,il.re! Jtiv .ih-rr-To^ whKh. v/crn^nioved for by .Mr. R'>-;'V(1i-rr�i to be vr.'ii'er*. Oii'the moti.'ii ot l.onl Hi.vk/ P>. r i v, a 11 iy':'-' -ii Wti or-der'.-d fi>r Jidbiltgh, in the r >�ij of di: J-hn D (lrv.ti;iit,  v�h�, since his efetli'in, h-jd accepted ihe '); rf.>l.� (i.'o�.P,.trt Bill v/is',.on the incitiorrof l.fifd 'f'^Mri.?, i�o tp'>;i!:ti toHomt^v... Lord H I NCHI NBR' >K E 'pr;;.ei;-c.-l -i PJi, jort frorri'ths Maltsters of HuiUingd tdjrei i'o liean t'l;: table. ,�    . Mr. DIL^O^f g^ve mtice, ilist a a Jpfelnr^roRry to ly.i 'dituusston of th-i lri.ih Clergy ttnai-lotc;-.-.!?;. re w , ;r :,t Pri^fl Churches 111 Irclann, the service ot '.vlnch Aa^ lioi'petforni^d by �reticiei.t (.Icryg-.urn. . -    . Mr. CA.I.CR.-\K r brMi^ht up the Rr^o/r^f the Coin-mivtee Oii.tb-:. Amcfiuiti Wool Lxp �ii. n ii'.Vl, >vi:th v.it H^reedtrr, and the Bill otde ed t. vvin ilU, on the tnottori ot Mr. VaKSIT-TAR P, ^v.-ra .r.-rsd a  third tnjve^-s. d pis.-.sl,. viz. --!h ; EnKlish.M'.titii Pa-- 'Bill; rhs Jiiibj{p*-ns iWi; the Militu Aljutant-i Bill, a;id)h; liish'VIiliiM.Pjy GiJ. Mr, N.ANSITTARP m'jved, ..f :ie se-j.r.U reading of the Irish iOilitiiS?rvice Pay fiill. ,     . Mr, WHIPS ILO KC'Vf-   -loL 'jc-^ 1 n 'o rrna, nutnoerof obs^ifvarions, lendi.igto        i-.u- (>x�^�d)e;icyo'-E' recr.)iocity in the s'.rvice or th--       tn of Cieui llrfta^t -v.^d ' Ireland.      . , I lie Bill v/as thenrpa I a second ttm^, and ordered, tri comiljitted to-niorrov/. , ' . .'On the motion ot Lord Hensy Ft r-ry, the.Co'nmirt�e on the B�IJ tor regulating th^Othcj .u th; 1 leai-.n-.T-if'..-li Ordmnce, was postponed tiU'l hir:.dav.     . � Sir C. POLE presenifM-aPftHton Ir-m ths-M litsters til the lowH ot Newaik, which was ofd-'rcd tOjli'i-on tr.c lahle. .....  On the Mjtionof Mr." S-icretarv .vtrvOMA'-i it vas or. dered that the House da to-morrow r^siive iti-;lt i.ito i Co.'T1-tT)lttee on that parr ot the Act cdifd the N ivi^mion Act, � \vh;ch rslafeJ to thJ Trad-; and Commerce ot tpt Cape of , Good Hooe.     .    * , CIVIL-COMMIS^O!4ER5().F ^: Mr which ne iian giv motion on ihr. subiefl.   He iE N.AVY, - '� -�H-0t7S't OF LORD.-;. MoivnA-y, Marcht?. -The'Judgment of th� Cf'Urrol Session was ailirined in the Scotch Appe^,>!fjW]E,-s'.t^^--- This ^iJrdul. of liLA n'DHJRD topfc ,fhe OHh" in 1 Vl>, ieilt;^s l.prd^iVoKMi.iiir.hton. His Lordship.vyasiiitroiiuced' "between -Lords c: ALWAv and C iiEKVii.i.E, precdcd by th� Dukept NoRiOLK. . .   �     - . . � pheMarine AJutiny liiU, th.^Ftfeign Force mtraductiAn. Indferfthity BilJ.; and several public and ..private iJiUs Hjere I, read a tlHfd time. , .     .   ^ '   � WpOLLEN MANl/PAC'TORERS.    > Lord SPt NC R R-nioWd tlij secqna leading 0+ the Woollen -vMttimficturir's BvUi ^His Lordship observ8a,-ihat n \yasonl/ �:cn:ii�count,frf tue.difhculrtfts which ittenaeti ihe nature and fhe progress of the.-bill, thatha \yas-jindviced toconseht tb '�lirolong^ir } howftver 'it was nf>t.^intended;tb.be kept m jfo'cc more,th^n oneyeSr, and in that intri v.il trusted soinegene> ral ipe^syrejnight be induced tosiiVerScdowsiihiessity. Lo'dfi RE Nvl L L E. thought lucuiijlietit'iipon Hiinno\�, ttideclirfe wlvy-h�vpied tprthe pfeseni lirtU., Very, peciiliar jCircum^t^jices ^ttcndwlit, which Tnailekatfvis^ible to con-. tmuc the susp�i(>PU liOincwtBt-lengerii!' itu.t'tt niie;ht be ,ber> ter'perjiaps fo*4g^iar"the"la)y5;.altM35jh^r.e l>�U;b�iyrff
af.udeia�t*i axJdlTe * wws*iansfi�irs;ianiie of jthe notice ich he liad given, r.^se to siibmu lo.ifieJlouse h're sai'i, that ir must have been observed by tlie H'>u e, that -in the ordirjrj Estitnates of the Navy winch bjci b�n .Laid tm the taWe of the-Htitjie by: th^ Meinbir -of the late Ad-ministrationy w.tose dapjirtnrrnr it Wus to d-j sc^ then, was an item of 20,oonl. -strtc.i to be for the purpose of de.fr.iying th,; ewieiKCs ct rhe Civil Com- ' missioners ol ths t\avv.. It was ocrraorriinary that no information was conryiren f. iJie bo iv of ihc est?-mx- 5 ot the intended appiiCatior, of thic sumi. - The: Commissioners ot Nav.tl Ii-.q-iny had sar fir three years, and ha.} been cii^-tg':'ii dic.!"^ th; .vhijle of that tune in r.n--ardii-us (.o^r.^e ot piblic SL-rvicis, ' which they naii mo=t. ncrirjnoj;!^ portorrned, and vet no proviiion wh;�tc'v-jr h..d. hfen ir..ide for a rcmMrJrutiPti to ,the:ii for thsir.tahoiirs. Fhsse CiviJ Gosn.Tiissioners had he?-! a-iboiiu-'d but t.'iree ra--ntlis, and at the expiratian oT t'lat psrtoo ^mh. � catinn was ntade ro P�rj"i<.ine'nt tb plica tiic sum Di '. zo.oool. nt tiieir (f-.ipo-^-.'h ' 'it. w.is ceriainlv- nist that alJ those who were e:v,r.rvm'hv the'.puoac, should b-3 j'Hid hv rne public, bur tb-^To shouid-be sometJftriT^lrkc d-.-cency uv the nfividc;.)} app/;ceticin,-ar!d ftomelhing like dt;ceiic\* li) the icW'ti-^ii iit. tir.ie at which ap'ilicarion wis'brou'^nt Forw.ird. -In a!I suc.'i former coinmissuns ot a tntlikr Siati'irr, he understood It wii.s a practice totf.'.;!rd th::labour^when the task was accomplished ; lt^ clv.i uir'ut^ce the remune- ' ration was dtj.-n.iijdeJ wheij -th-.^'wci^ � wfti; -scarcely beg�n. He Was tdr'trom t1iro'vipgvan\- ijTip-jiauon (In the individu.ils Vlio co.TiiWsed this .ConiniifvSion,  On the contrarv, he trusted vhatifiey-wouH be emulous of rhe justly dcscrvc,Vvepiit-vt,".ori of tiw Commissioners-ot Naval Inijuiry^ and'.fhat.th? rcsQitof ' their exertions would bfc coi^e^-on^Jiogly-benericial to the public; but he Xtill ih^ui*Kt.,i^b.U dufy to require, that tho intended apjjlicat^oiv Tot - ths-sum . that he  bad alluded to, should  He- Kxplaitieil to^ Parliatnenr. Supposing,.th,it< th$y 'ihonKi continue in the-performance ol thtj'ir duties iot"M , their salitries would amount otrty to,Ifv�>o'6li* and " there wo-ild then be a surpluv or. ^f\odc>l. tor any co(Hingen'. purp-jse. He tho.igV.t ic imr.vjaslice to 'the'Goinm'.ssloiitrssf Naval Hyquirv ?alibserA-6, l^iat, duTiuij-'ihe whole of. theinhrte'yc iri cJciJnsive in- * vestig.irion/ including tht; expci^cei 0^ tlttir jtfur. 'liies ^tdifftrent rimes to di.n.iitr'port.iinnd' ^tner in-cSdentiirchargcs, the whole ap.iouni.ot the pidincmo-ney spWr-by; theiftdid not cffcara joool. He should therefore, move; ftiat .t.hets'be layTbe/oiHs theMousc afi aticount tof the intended apjriit;.uio;i <}f the sum of 2o,oonh whiclr tt^rmed an |fi;(n in �, tne,said Ordiiiary' Esttmates ot.thcNftrjr� in \yhftrh.it^w^a^ stated, thac SvatHtHd%cGli�\tt�j)25^^ - tiSGti pi^ei^totUHsiil^e^M ahd^t^^'BtHirdc^'Adt^t^aJt^il^fe.-^ . . �pdjUntHi%v^rrOivf1 W c|^iisyn(|aoti;Vi^utifthefi th(i^.w^r� ... ��.il., � I �

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