Courier, March 19, 1806


March 19, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - March 19, 1806, London, Middlesex '), TO-MQ^.OW fiyENlKG iheir" Majcjtlcs' THE T RAVE LLP. lis ;-6rtTusic'SFascihatiori. / The principal characters bv Messrs. tlUsion, Jirahavni'l Johnstone, Vlathevv;', Ui.wton, and Banijister j Mrs, i'owelli tniiri-i 'UlJ^'AI., C- TVKl'fi-GARDEN'. -"O-iVIokl^OW EVENING will be performed, a Tragsdy, called � . . HAMLUT. 3!-rnltt, Master Bettv i OpJielia, Mrs. H. Johnston. With " WE I'LY �Y NIGH V or I.ons Stori.-s. I'll Saturday, Master Uctty appear in the Tragedy of Oroonoko; with '.Wv'Flyby-NDChf.V . SYLUM isr, i8o6. for FEMALE ORPHANS, March the QUIiEhf, t*ati�h�^-^Wer ^lo�triends and the Public for their sup-porty bigs tdlntorio thern he has openetl a Warehouse for tie s-deof Foreign Wines and Spirits, at the lowesr price, lor ready money. ��� ; .t .. ,. >Na.3;,/Upperp,ryqiist:ne-street, Cumberland-street. ' ' UEEDS" LOST.' ~ TXTHEREAS cfeftain Indeixttares of Lease and R^. V V laasr, bearing dilejtheia/thaad z8th days of June,: 1743, being aSetdeiiientiaadc on the Ma'riage of JOSEPH RAM, witfi'SARAH his late Wife, (both deceased) of , Estfttewf/thejPprjsh �f WroJinghatn, in VVarwickshire, are lostormislaiii, or ma]^ be hi the'Possession of some Person � wli(rhJs>piul!dukdtp.tFt!,otthp',PrO|perty contained in such , be|tl$ppnt ; whoever will give hifon�iation to Messrs'. lice ' and Ctirrie, Sdticiiors,- BiriMnghami ortio^ Mr., j^hn Alexan-. d�r,^(ibfiit[$r, No..,9v Bedlbrd^Row, Lon,don, where such iJessls notv are. So Iliat the satfle' niav be reter/ed to^ shull ' bi^hSiftdidlimty r^a'ded ior ins trouble. .Bedford-Row, March 14, JOHN ALEXANPER; >to(i.  _ � _ , , IT�p, 'PSp'Ateiwa tC�5G�I i>r the' n, vvscf11'_' A . tn be Ictr at j^o 211, ijtrswl, ' ondon. ' K&TABHbHMEN-rior\lie' EducHbri erf a H- nyted number ot Young Ladic;-, No Jg, Kedfrd';place, Lness. -lu'siell-squire, in \Vhich the clii'.-l objects f atteiitioij are '.thejirriprdrvenient ot the j\tarts and tlijpQsitioiv of the Pupils . and :tlie enlargement of the rrfind, byoHering new ' iieas;Iand assjving tm^r rettettiwe faculties: 'i;aste, which * isconsiAelretl'aVleaa:ngito ^heattaipn\ent9f wha'ever is good," > I)j studiously cultivated, and the acquisition ol^knowledge is . tTiade;ui iiitich possible'a pursuit of'pleaf enjoyment . as,well as an obligation, to be the constant cdrtipanion other Pupils.-Tstflis,' for boird and* ediM:4tir>n, ,>mcliid!ng the . Freneh and.cEtigiish l,angujgei, ta-.glvt grumwiatically, and n^dle-wotk, under the age ot thirteent 5;) Guineas-peraim; ab.ove.that 3ge 60 .Guineas. Every branch ofieducitiprttaught  bv Masters' ofl tminehce.-N. B. Alter .one yvarj th&terins ^vSU!b*jiu?;inent�H for;theilew PnpiIs." .... ^- . , .� - I- NEW LOTTEK.Y. SWIFT and Go. No. Poultry, solicit the at-tenuoi^otthe Pybhc .tojihe Sehemebl f ic New State*' Lottery, which begins drSvving -on 'the� u:h of May. jt^ colftain�^nly;ay,ooo ;CiiClte�ihemes>at large' gran?. �. 'V -ii r!'j,\_ XTEW STATlt"'LiDTTJ5RY, 111 mhof!M[ay. i8�#.t > begins Drawing I 2 � a .' . jo ao" aj.oeoftclcets' Prize 9C  J^^itwo ^ t, -^ � aj.'ooo  5,009 liboo "56.0 V ' ,v- 4iyo ,. �:.'?.s lo^ooc^i 5,000 a,ooo 2,800 133^200 Xa;o,oo9 Fiye First-clrawn Tiikef s�ist-|?af � l.t,ooo eathl.5,000 i;irc-Pi:5t-DrawnTro1l*|!>3ibUjjy i,o(joeacb- 5,000 First-drawft Maififfea^olaiWi PiHiHi [.Slabotatorw I.�t;�mi!.�ra.�rcct, Covent-Barden. �I .i?OtheGENTLEMfeir; CLEliGYsand*RRE HOLDERS of tho-COUNTY Of WORCESTER. ..CCEP r ,my very, sincere thanks' for the htgh L honour t have tins, day receiv'�\''w your hands i ai> � honour, which ii was not iwr* my amWIipn to obtain, thaii it will be the db^eit of my attention tdde��t' - ' ' ':TtlE WATERING PLACES. : THE-^-'Bobksdlers'and all Persons who have esta. blishjuants -a .d intstests (It any of the .Watering aiirl Sea Bathing I'lices, are r'cspeclfuliy iHforined that a new Edition of-the well known Work, THE CinDE.TO^AlL THIi WATERING PLACES is about M be p'inied im-mcdiat-ly. and that correitions, additions, and improvements calculated'toextend theutilityof such a Wprfe, will be thankfully received and puitauaUy artendctl, to if addressed to the Editor to the care of Mr. Phillip*, Bridge-street, Blackfriars, London. Improved drawings, original sketches or. plans, will also be acceptablCj and will be returned ii desired. tnejAMt jjepicrtltteriiext. The Forag:e to b� turn .nations, toconsistofwHwryf (r)ttts, ofAotbs. per ftim. of Upland Me,tdoJr Vj^f .aiidHlbs. ot Wh-a Stia\y.; all ol the best ry, and to be deli'verei Thi em 1 JUNIUS'S LETfERS. lis day is lUiblisbed, in Two �;legant Volumes, stnall 8vo. ;mbellished with beautiful Portraits, by Caroline Watson, price i2s. in boards, ' COMPEETE and AUTHENTIC EDI-T U) N ot the I (.' E LE 1> R A T E D L ET f E R S of J U-NIUS, containing much additional .Matter, and niuch lii-formatioi), hot to be found in any ether Edition. Among the Additions are, i. The various Letters to which (uiiius replied ; a. Copious illustrative Notes, liistoiical au-,l bi'igraphical; and j. An Enquiry relative to the .Author of thesic papers, in which the pret rt^ioris of various supposed writers areci itically examined, and the name of the real Author ascertained. By JOHN ALMON, Author of the Lives ol the Earl ot'Chaiham and John Wilkes, ot'Anecdotes, Historical and Biographical, , &c., *c, tec, ,No person can doubt the stiperior preteiftions of Mr. .Al-mon to give to the world a[) il iifttafed and classical Edition otthe famous Letters of Junius, a task fur which he has always been acknowledged to be better qualiiied than any oth,er Gontejrtporary of that distinguished Writer. This Edition claims, theretore, the decided Preference 6f the Public, as the last work ot the veteran Editor,who was intimately conned-ed with tlie most eminent political charadlers of the peiiod in which Junius wrote, and also as being the cbmplctest, the cheape>t,and the most elegant EdUioi; extant. Filmed tor Richard Philips, Uridge-streeftBlackfriarsyand to be had ot aU Booksellers and Dealers iij;Books. Th?s Duy li publishedi handsomely printed in 1 large Vol. Q.iatio, with Vorty.fonr Plates ot Maps, Amiquilie^, iec. iiC. Price 3I. 3s. in Boards, ... MAGNA BRITANNIA ; being lonographJCal Account of tJ�c sercrai Great Biitain. . i'V the Rev. DANIEL tYSOrqS, A.M. P.R.S. A. . . and L.*. Reflor of Rodmarion, Gloucestershire. And'SAMUEL.LYSONS, Esq. F.R.S. and F.A.S, Keeperot His Majesty's Records in the Tower of Londan. Volume the First-j' ConUining Bedfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire. Printed for T. Cadell and W.. Davies, Strand. A few Copies on super-royal Paper, with first Impressions of the Plates, Price jl. 5s. ni Boards. The Second Volume coiiiainiiig Cambridgeshirci Cheshire, and Cornwall,is in a State ol considerable Forward- a consise C(>untt�B T^HE PrwcipnlOfflceriofHis Majesty'i Ofdaance JL- lio U'reliy^glvc nptUe, jiVopotii'ls will lif their Office, in St. May^iiYe't-tli-etl, lVi\lmlilite!, on or be/ife Mortdiiy, the Z^lA iuir. fioin iuch ^ituokt .th September next. The Forag;e to bs turinslied'in " " bushel; at or Tvys ..... qti.d ry, and to be delivered at the respedlive stifionsai t'le eXpeivceof the'Conur*itor: and the, Contractor-is tnturmsh such htr-rs with 0.ards, a Second Edition,':vij'itih a Supplement to rsis of Aristotle's specuhitlve VVprks, cbntaining It of the I nterpi;eters aiid Ct^rriipfors of Ins Philosophy, in coiinedlion *v1tHf the History of tlw times m which they respeclivelyifloufishe^ of  ^ , A RISTOTLE's E THICKS apd I'OLITICKS. XjL Comprising his Pradical Philosophy, translated trom the Greek. Illustrated by Intri'dualions' anil Notes, tkc Critical HUtory of his Lite, and a new Analysis of his Speculative Wdrks.- ' , ; By JOHN G1 LL1ES, L L, D. F.R.S. and S.A, t^ondon,^ Edinburgh, and Historiographbr tohifsMajesfy for Scotlaml.. .� v- � . i.-.'w. ! Printed for A. Strahan ; and T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand. . �   � � . ^ � � ... '�. *^^ The new Supplement is sold separate in 410. Price 3s. and a t(f\v Copter cdmplele, in quarto, may still be had^ Prlce!�i. ^s. in boirds: , w As above may also be had, i r. A jp,?wEditijn (being the Fourth) of Dr. Cillics's History of Ancient Gieece, itjf Colonics and Conquests, from the earliest Accounts.till the Divisiinof the Mace, donian Empi,re iii^the East; including the History of Lite'o. price 5s. 6d. rpHK'^ATURE and .PROPERTIES of WOOL JLj^il^M^tratedj 'with a'Description of the ENGLISH " 1 By.J0HN-I.UCCOCK:, Woolstapler, Leedsl London: Printed for J. Harding, St. Jamiss's street; and Jt Heatoni Leeds. . Where mav be had, ; tjLlley'S ObServations-,:o'n tivei Stpc^r >with D^rcdliohs 'fop elKiosing >,and.!),Pr of nairyinafcOf Buslnej of Cheese-making laid down from thirty j^rsexptrieuce. : Second � .A,*???a?nib,'enthe'Culture of Potjtoes/ah^Vringthebisi MeaMorobfelnlngprod�i(iHOT!Criop,. i,aijio. ,i8. ' Birber's'^cslgws for FariMijUiifldinini,.,with a particular Recount of anecoiiomical Modeof,BmW!tW. �all�lPiie; at -pniSrttpdftwagcsln Praiveaj^CfivdWhich would.Ijp^anond. country inuiiw iiB ill :�fu.,.-|i wnulu SBottena- W� S��/�y��*vantagca,, U^peiwral^r introduccd'fihto fhii fry. 410. with 6pl.ites,' ids'. 6d.'�'� .r. 'ijhto. a�i  tmi�oni�.lWmont� of Science ant) A'ifi; of^- Application or Natural Philosonhy an.rCht'lnliitiy-ro^lheiVl^ifflployenwht ot rrt wd Manu�ii(u(er!>. '4 voU^ Hvo. }�'plaic!i, price ij. 5t. OFFIC'- OF ORDNANCE, March to, t8o6. Otdiiar, receive I III IMPERIAL PARLIAMEM. From the LONDON GZETTE, March 181 .Whitehall, Oec. 13, 180^. The King has been pleased to grant unto Sir'John Doyle, Bart. A Lieutenant-Gcneral of his Majesty's Forces, Gobnel of the 87th, (or Prince of Wales's Irish,) regiment of foot, and Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Gue.-nsey, his Royal Licence and Authority, that he may bear certain honourable addi. tions, together with supporters, to his Armorial En-signs,1inconsideration of the faithful and zealous ex. ;^rtioiis of the said Sir John Doyle in his Majesty's service on divers occasions, and particularly during the glorious operations of the British arms in Eg>-})t, in conjuntfliotT with those of his Majety's Ally the Grand Signior} the said armorial distinctions being first.duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms, and recorded in the Heralds'Office. ' BANk.RUPTCl'E? ENLARGED. Richard Sherratt, Liverpool, manner, from March 2Z, to Aprd J, at ten, ar the Castle, Liverpool. William Parr, Lower Shadwell, Middlesex, grocer, from March aj to AprilM, at ten,at Guildhall. Moses Levy, Minories, merchant, from March 15 to May 3, at ten, at Guildhall. ;el fno. Market Harborough. Attornies, Messrs. Kinderley, Lonfi,and'lnce; Symond'Silrin. Chanoery.lane; or, Mr. George Vrait(iaby,�Miarket Uarbo.ough. DIVIDENDS. . : ; r May 3. John Henry SchnetdKr, Bow-lane,, at eleven, at GuJldhaJL , April 16. William Browti, Hotcott^Noflhamptm, xvcwl-combtr, at four^.-atlhe Peatiqck Inn, Northampton. May .William Wakeford, t lorshain, Su^s�x, shopkeepier, at eleven; aV Guildhall.^ 'May *i. John Bass, Wootlford, Essex, oilmart,\at ten, atGunIdRWTl May 111. Thorhas FiJkncr, Oxford-street, oil and coIoLh- mnn, at eleven, at^GAHldhall. April St. Fdw��*'Dunmore, Stonton Wyyell,,Leicester, , miller, elealer, at eleven, # tke Angel Inh, Markei-Har^ borough. � .  V"'' Mi|y ai. Wil|ia4iBuck^ Saint Mary-at-hilK London, mer-J chant, ateleven, at Guildhall. >; -r .A^Hr it, Thbnw Col lings, Creditop. Devonshire,. serge-maker, at five, at the George Inn, E.\eter. 'V; '  ^ April ii. Johil'B.-�lnbr!dgo,' WoKinghsm, Durham, dppcr, at clev?tt, at Wf.^^lsWlt*'i'Vf�'^''�� innkeepar, Nc.vcaitlf-lipon-. I yne. " . , i-' " J Jlhi^,Jj^�r. AaiourWcii ' HOUSE OF LORD^, Tuksdav, March 16, ; BWs both of a public and private natarc were brought tip from ih; Coiamons, and read x fir-.t time. Among the former was the Mutiny Bill, i\M . English ai-iJ Irish Militi-i^GIothlng Bills; &c. The Order of the Day being moved for the third' reading of the Dcclarjirory A(ft, LordS-TANHOPE 'ros- to rcstaW lis r-l-.icAfbi �' to the proviso inuodiiccd into it by a Isubie and Learned Lord (Eldon), not then pres'.;nt. Lord ELLENB3R0UGH fl.j ttcred himself that some alterations which he intended to propose in ihd proviso wjould, in a great mea'^ire, tend to remove tT!^-Bbr?fttotiy'of the Noble Earl. The main objec-tiotis vJhich had bi*herto,been urged agairt,'!tti:e proviso was, that it ^-ant to.,iniTodtrce inta the Court.s of Law the rule now cjbserved wit'li rc-^pcifl to wlt-ne'.'s'ies in the Courts of Equity. This tm general reference tO ni!e he would endeavoiir 10 amen i by stating particular cases, in, wliich the r.n'ic migl^.t be observed. Tile LORD CHANCELLOR was sure the prow, posed iimendments would have ' the convent of his Noble and Learned FriendAvho hid introduced xh-. proviso; .and, in-his onun'on, the Bill as it would then standi would be wholly free from ail ambiguity. � ' After a fcv/ words from Lord Holland, Jt ordered that the I'lirther consideration of the Bill he . deferred till to-niorrow, for the purpose of receivinvr tke amendments, of whicli the"Koble and Learnfd Lord (ELLENBORoitGH) had given liotice.-Adjourned. ' , " HQUSE OF COM.MONS. Mr. Stedmajj, from the .Office, of the Commissioners of the Stampsj presented an Account of the Net Balnnces in the hands of the Commissionera on the roth of'OtS. jSoJ, and the ,5th of Jan. 1S06, together with the Arrears due from the D stribuiors. On the motion of Mr. SHAW LEFEVRE, dts; above was ordered to teprlntedi Mr. BROOKE gave notice, that on Monday ne C he would move for an Account of the quantity of British Spirits for the Supply of the Navy, contrafted for by the Victualling OiHce. Mr. SHAW LEFEVRE presented a Petion fro n the Governors of St; Luke's Hospital, stating mac they had been surcharged for scrv.mts, which 'were indtspensibly necessary for the purposes oi Institution. They appealed to the Ccmmissioncrs uc^a ronfiriTjr�jl ftio .^iirrhjrae ; thcv JJOU", thcf'fi.}.'-/-. prayed ro he relici'cd. Mr, Sh,->.w Lerevre efijerv.r'', . thiit if a Right Hon. Friend ot Jn's did not t�ke' this matter into consideration, -he shouM himself hike an opportiinitv of proposing, that il-is and other ;iari-table Institutions of a similar iKiture ,sho.;!d .hs exempted from these demands. . ' The Petition was ordered to lie c-n the table. , Mr. \Y. WYNNE brought in tl:e Billfor a:ri=r,dV ing rhe Act of last Sessiors appointing C^>mtnii5lon. ers for paving Dublin. On th'.- motioi; iluu it be read a lirst tune, a coiivcrsatior. arc-ic b.-tween Mr. Long, Mr. Oumsbv, Lord De Bi.aquiejis,- and Mr. WvKNE, which terminated i.T ci.e Bills being read a first time. Ordered to bs read a seond time on Thur.sday, and to be printed. On the|m.;tion of Mr. Secretary WI^dha^f, 'tie resolved itselt into a Committee on that ;\Vrt of the Aft of Navigation which related to tho trade of the Cape of Good Hope, in wliich the Ciiair.nin was directed to move for leave to bring in a. Bill to authorise His Majesty to make, for a ti.r.c to be li. mited, certain regulations iesfec\ing that trade.- 'I he House having been resumed, leave was g.ra:itjd to that efFefl. INDIA. Mr. WELLESLEY POLE postponed the motion for P.npers, which he had given notice for to-day, to Friday. ^  The American WoolBill, and the AjBericau Treaty Bill were read a third time and passed,- On themotionof Mr. W. nUNDAS, the Ss^tc'Jj Creditors Billvvent through a Comntiftec,- in which\ the blank lor its coniinu icton was Hlled .up^to the \ 25th of Marc|), r8o8. �he Report was reccivi'd, and agreed to, and the Bill ordered to be^re;/d-a third time to-morrow. , . - > ' " }' Mr. VANSITTART brou-ght in aBill for conti-nuing Court.s of Judicatitrc^in the Islan^i^of Newfoundland, il Bill for. C9ntinuinj ccrt-^iivd'uiics oiv Rum, &c.and a Bill.fgr cijpttntJtng the 'PltStibioa tor the Transport.iticin of" Felons, all vilridi?w\!te read a first time, and or'derAi to'bfe- read a' second time to-morrdw;lt^" Ffindy^'which werfc|irJ�5A�d to bcprjinted. 'x" Mt.^ ALEXANDER hm%\K% iJ^:4|^Rcport of ^thcKonaiiRitttjs of Ways and A^anstlTChe'rcsolu. tion iK^ twelve mtllions'he granlrSJ^'-h'is'tftrajesty b>'.way {\f Exche'jtier B|llV"iv>a,'i'afflM8 to� and "Bills ordeKsHccor'amgly. '�  .-r iK-sjt>i " 01V the mo�*aD lot MrV, -VANSlT^RT, the Wjh MUitia Servii�fc,KlJi pnssed throi]^ �.^ornfl|^5tKKi^ >ta\}ri- \vhich ihi^. blanS!'*-Aiiere filled up YbTtKc .March, i8.ct2.'TJt�Kre^ort ^!jrJltfrec[^ll!:^|-' edto-iiiOTiINGTONg�*c..J�a* James f lanasan, i^iool, inatimr. 'Ik ;