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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 21, 1806, London, Middlesex                                T' O-MQRROW EVE'NING  ihcir  Majelties'  ijervahta will ail ' ' ' -       nTfei40NEY MOOWv        ' Duke,. Mr, Illiston ; Roliiido, Mr, Russell 5 � jaauci, tlr. Pewton J Juliana, MtsSPuHcaii; Violante, Miss MeU Joi).-In it&Y. a 0111* by Miss Duiicawi  With a Dance Incidental to the i'icce     " ' V/itli THIiSOLrtlEUS. UETUUN. Oh Monilay, The TrayeHtrs. with 'l'ji'3 Appierttxe. "*:   the�.\i'kT.1u7yal, ('uviiN i^c;a- iC& iodi^ b."ailtiful ENyr�{>NS,>ptifr^lly considered various.marblasv; the romb,^ Bi�s too Vvutnerpus to i^ntipii.-A fine e\parne''-df th.j'Vale of Arnd tJiUiclies tlie Land-. Bcape, bouiuJed on hH S'aV* f>y.MnUnianis, aiiil part of tl)o ^�li)[)-^n:n'^s. This Hay of.Naples ditinuts op.^n ; to winch IiHs'btetf atUIed, a re>,if>3sentation of the late avrtul.Eruption Vesuvius, arid many Fixureij&c.  iipils. ForyoiihgLsdiesi desirous ot adiltng to their attsjnrnents, the situation Will be ti'und most desirai-ldj as tliey will have itm their power to join in any favourite pnisutts, and may have tl�e advantage of emitieiit injsters; *^"lle^renChan ;hi in the Jamtly. TJw}>)a�iestabl:sliefl in the house is calculated to unite doTOJst'c with social .xlv.int.iKes t the sitiiation is sur-fonnded by several squares, and dontiKu.^ns fo' the country. Thctertns will be fo'jijvl maderate,-^ I lie ai:(i�css to be had at Messts. Tabartand Go's, [uvenire Library, No. ly/, Ktny Bond-street -V. T) ICHARO GGOKE,, STATUARY, bppo.she XV. Devonshire-striker, rortfand-^road, thinks it adutv he owci to the Nobihry, Cctitry^ and ctluTs, as well as to i^nv-aelf^ to declare that t|ie taillire ota St^itnaryand Mason of the Sametfuniainet in a. place calUtl JL'ovtlaiidrrovv, had no connection-whaveVei-*it(v his Vatd, whereUie continues to carry on T^ic bM'iess established by his? Fathef inahy years smGe^ arid I wheteavery attention is paid ta. thuse. vvJio honour hmi Aiath th^yommands, ^       , ..    ^      _^ TOY AND TUMJRIDG^-WAUI. Rh^ cr of Patern<�r:;r-row. \/f DUNNETT most fdspetafully acquaints tfie . - .YA- Nobifity, Centry, and RiiHiicf-tfist hd Tias for sifle a tnyst complete coUeclioitofne.w and^tirshianable artichs, in �?a! iiinbridge.VVare, such aspk-.cper> sunjjlied.witii any quantity on thqsliuriest.nonce, and Ijw- �N.'IV; Old Ttmbriiige ware repaited.ind new v.irni:.V:�l. �   ' �    -    ' NEW ncr-nMiitv, SWIFT anA Co.'No. 11, �pt)uUr7j, 'sol'Ktf the af-tfOMiirrrf tne I'ublic to ihe>Sclicine of the. New .irvie' tutterv, whicli hi'^insdrawing on the izih-.of. May. -It tont-inis oiil.y i-^.Mai 1 icKCts instead.^u,000, usual at tins t)eri'.>d of thfc ys.ir, 'and Wrlltje found more adv.iutaRcous'tor Adventurers ijHnthy Schonncs-ot tlic late LQ,tteri6s, hav-m?.. tip-wards ot One't hau.sadd I'rrics more titan ilie last,_aiid (^11:; lIundrsH and fievcnteen Piites inor." thin ilu pieceiling t4.Kv l.otterVj.which c'lnsis'^d ot^3o.oco Xickets. -J he hii^liv est 1,'tize IS *5,ood1-, and tlie lowest ail,   tichsuKS at laige /trail-.. �    _   . . .  . : ,\i.\.y .SIArii Li-).TrERY.'    " RICHAim.SON, GOODHrCK and Co, T> KSPTiCII-ULLY beg leave to recommend to tlie.N^^tice of the Ptibhc, tlie. Scheme of tlie present fjt.itf^ Li'ttery, wjuob cuif.ists  "oo � �      . 2 . .So,060 ;�      a I'),ooo ,     , 5    1,     .     .1,000 ^�t.?'. Six Thousand I'wiiHundre.l- ^.l.l Ninet\'-siit oti>er l'rizc ;'s Mew?, CharingrCros.s', ot Kichard.soii, Goodluckand Co.    CA1' I f-A Iv 1' lUZ a a. Shared, and'Kecistered by J. B.tANSCOMli mil CO, lOINT Contraarrs for the.List and jever;!! jvist IiQtterics,,and Proprietors of the Lucky Lottery Odices, T�/o. ii,-HOr.B(jRN,'t�/o. 57, C�)RNHll.L,-aiid No.^K, HAYMARK.H'1?, 1^1 GCADl LLY, prior to 1^04; namely Fnzcfi.of L. 5,000. I.ono .4  .'li'fizes ot. 1..30,000   I H, " �     a-.>,ooo  If) II  ^ . . ro.oco 54 ' '   _ ,,oro Llk'ewiSo the only ,3Vf)ool,iieypr jhitrcd j besiifes- several jopL lool. &c,} andin i8'>4, and.jgas, thetollowuig Capitals ^verc sold in aa; diilcrent Shares i ' To the TREEHC) LDERS (Sfthe County of iNVERNrSS; ITAKE the earliest. OppQf.ttiniij' of anhourtQing to vou my intenticn of offerjiiR, myself a .Candidaip to rejirrse.itt the County til Inverness, in tlic i vent of a pisSo-littionof Parliament, o'rupintlie first Vacancy, rind to solicit ths hoivnirbf youfVotet,and Intscest upon tharoCca,}yn, Sliould I be .so fbriunate as lo^aitaiiv tlje.ht.njiir to winch I jispire, ft shall be mv eiideavourj by a regard to your interest, �!\ |re of my trgsf, tb prov-; iin".elt ijot uuwbrtliv tite distinyuislird favour conferifd upor ^.f, ',     Ivhave ilic tiouour,.to be, CvjnTlemen,. , Vonr most dev'ottd humble Servant, AU'CtUltALD MACUONALD. Kdinbutgh, M.^y 17. .       .    . "To theGENTLEUKN;'CI,! RG Y^apd FK KEHOLDERS ot the COUNTY of WORCESTER. A-'CCRPT -my^. very sincere thaoka for. the Iiigh jL~lc..Jwuour,t thivc'tjuff day receivort at your hands.;.an': honour, which it was not more iny artbition to obtain, than , iT'vV-ll' be tlie obicfit'tif irfy aftffttfWttiaVferv^i 'Tlie tfist-h-ctHshrd maiMt^ iJkv'wlj�a^ it liai bierr.conferrfla, jw.ilktanaiii ina::liblvimpr'^od CM ipy,mind,auii tj liowifjver, tl'iut your libirality will in:ike nre.it allowances,tor his f-elmjis, 111 the moment of rteffat, ?ik1 , that you w'lll' impute the iniefTipctaatc ot his Janguape to the.poignant sinij of ihsapi)ointmeiit. 1 remain. Cenrlemen, yoiir mostgratetui, -        Aacl faithtullyrievtited humble ServS'it, �     .   : VVl LLIAM ,BEA'UCll am V l.YGdNT.-   ' ARMY.-A MAJOR of-Ltgfht-Dragoons, very Adv:intaj!eousI'.-siriiatfil, will i:xohan^e to Infalitrv. -a|)piv by Litter oivlv, (post paul)lo Nlr. Y z No. 3o,Jet-nui'.-strcet, ^t.. Jaineji's. > � . *~-'-�-:-�-    � �       --� ' .-     ' ^      ^      '  � FORlilGN, WINES,-a>ul SPrKlTS of superior qu^htV and streiiRth; Dt tlie l.jwest money prifces.^ WA. CANBURN takes this opp*U)nity of  thanking his I'utnds anrl tlis Public lor.ftisirsup,^ pt>rt, he^'.s c.) inrorni them he 1..-:; n|ic'ij.'d a Warehouse tor the s:ilc of Forci'-^iu \\ ijics aii'.I .'-pinis, atahe' lowest price, tor rcaily money. >.�   1 ; . �   � No, 35, Upper l3ryanit'.nc-street, Cumberland-street. nPO be SOLDy the NEXT PRESENTATION -.X of a very valuai^le V I ca Rage, not tar from Lon-lion, V ith a prospeit ot early possession, f-or'. further partt-(iulars apply- t(5. Messrs.. Richards and Co, Statio.iiers, le:;!-^ pie-bur, - All lottcrs.(postfpa.cl), duly answered..,    , 'T^IMBER.-To'he SOLD', at Woottortj in ths X.  County,of Beiliot^^, A litue quantity tot Capital; OAK.. Tl MHER; of particular large diniensions,; well, wftfth the, attnition ot Ship lUiitders, and near to a navigable fiver,." For a view aiid.paiticiilars ot thdsime ap()ly to rMr. Kul-man, Pedford. v / � �   ]�''�'' '"f^HE .Public ate requested to observe tliat the. X . s a L li by aIJCTION of flie Lpve R1 .AN.^iy SEtIM' is poslfivfely tTxVd-fot DAY; tli^Stft of MayTOJi.t,�na: ' lI'owinKclaj's. FRIDAY; MARCH 21,. 1806.' 11 lO ij 3 ty : PATR1()TLC  FtJND..    . :       .    -^y Ltpvo's, Maicb irj, lipo. CO NTRTBlltlONS, after i>ivii>eService, on thepAY cf THANKSGtV1 NG,.f9r.iIle KEL:iEl-bf theSEaMnK, .SO L D IE R S, M A 111 TiZS, and VO L t' >f P E Elt 5/ Wtfiind- ed; and the WIDOWS, ORPHANS) iild RELVKTIVES of tliose killcJ, in His M^j^sty'sServife. ;   ' �    Air.ouiVt Advartistfd L.,j<54,tl8 lo  J     :   Ckurehes, Cfj^il ors5t- . ' shire, ann�x�d Parishes,, G. Maitb Per.S. Sniitftlmd Co. Uankets, nvNottinghr.m-  ^ .    .� shire,'vu...' Loyal Sick eUib, held at the Horse aiul  Gro.im, St,  Petei's-sciUiire, No.ttingliaiw    .   - -   . AV-Klmerpoel        -        - . .     ' -Nuthall        - - � Hucki.all 'Forkard - Ar>neSley ^ L6wd!;am,'Guntliorpe, & Ca'ythorpe j6 Clirtr)n - - '3 Kinnoulton .        - -      � Ihlborough - -   lo Rev:, Jt�in Waltfr, of RiiiRharfi i > lo Win, lifo;'lhur�t,, E:iq, Munsheld        20  o 3 10 3i � 4 6 '7 li � 9 4 t � 3 S lo 7 4 o o o o 4 ,6 o 6 o o Merton, SUfty, L. Cadell � Exeter,. Parish ot St. Mary Steps,--- Ornisby, Ketsby,  Driby, aii^l Calceby, Lincolnshire,'W. lUirrsh, kcc. . Citv of Edinburgh (in audition to 6000I.) per VViii. Coulten, Esq. . -     . Sancred, near Penzance;   Cornwill, C.   P, .Scobell  : -.. . �   - Pwrish of Cullen, PiwD.ytcry of. tordyce, N, B. - Critnt -   . - . ., .      - Parish of Woifield, Salop, --^  - . , -r, tiihbons, Esq. B.niker, WjolvcrhJirtpton -Sundry Siib:,c|-iivti(.ns,dit:o - - Parish of i41yuibiH,.Siaffofdshire,-- . -^of Rrent, Pelham, R; 11. Uray �.. - subscriptions eo^lved trotin x\\z Git^' of York, petj t        .Messrs."WiLsbn and .Co.   ' Mftynr,aiul;Cttmm'otialty of tha City of   York-. .-� . - J-ames RobStjif         -     ,   -riiomas, Smvih--   �     -Thomas Hartlsy - .      - Thonvis VViijoii .       - iphn- I weedy John Roper      -P&nsh of St. Dennis Walrm^ite   -1- DititOpfSt-. M.-iigaret and rit. Peter the ^ VViillows, Wal,in?,ate V -        -Parish ef St. llelen's, Stonegatfl � -Dittbof AU S.^mtSi Pav.-msnt, and ' .-6ts. Peter tl^aLutle ' 93 1 5 24  4  6 2 IZ- in .44 25 3 �5' .4 o 1.7 o 3 15 o SO �5 10 10 to to 2' ; 4 34 o S 10 I') 10. 10 to 3 1 9 o o o o o o o o '5 6 �7i4'7i emitUelto t3wr4i% l; 1,000 i.qoe, !P,,ooq No'9; 9,2.9, entitled to L. 2c!,oro 20,000 ao,OQO 2y,03o- tLiJceWKp JO Pnjcsof cool; and several ttfoL. lol. &c.,^.c,, MT.B,;Pleasetb'obseAit', TlelceiSi^AsVsharesr are nov# sell-itij; at'.jlieabovc'.'Offlee.'J, .lOf: great � V�|rifciy nf;Number., v -and the Pubho may.;dfpciltron.\aiiy .Number .they fancy betpg.�e-.  .tiireil, cln application biTOfeU Is 4f>*l*Q0O,: .500 IIIO. so 25',oooTic1i-^s ,C2j,0Ot>- 1 ,4 ,000,, ao,ooo .   >5',nb(} 10,000 5,000 �2,000  a,800 IJQ/toO Vive |te.. .t-dtawri' r        ^4�b'>ay  ' to.ooo V         " '     r 'aoiooo .^ightlt;   4 tiie Iico4iscfl tgtt;iy Ij^OWLER's GREEN FAINT, No. 30, Wall, brcoki A moiit beaiitrtul colour, \yhich far exceed Verdigris or any other Green, lis I'roperties nio }�enoralIy. known, havluj!;-been many years m the hij;hesr repute f)r,, paiuiiiii; bojits, is greatly adrnfred on Pailifti;,&c. in Pleasure Grounds, aild universally [WeWrred by those who have used It tor Panning in general,,being a hner Green, of more durable. Quality, and a belter preservative ot Iron Work, than any (Uhcr coin position', ' 1 he extensive .Sale am; incrrasing demand fortth'S Paint,, remkrauy recomfilcnd.ilion from.rlis Propii;:tor unnecessary, bEiiiK the best proof its giving sntis'aation to the Pahlic Pnpared m Uil Ht toruse, a:id sold at 4s. 6d. per lb. for' Ready Money only. .     . . .'. -    '- POR THE- TKETH AND GUMS. '-ptlE. ESSENCE of PEARL' and   PEARL X DEN rirUlCE, invented- by the late Jacob Hemcr, Dentist to Her Majcbty and thi. Prince ot.Wai'is, ate Rreitly superior, bjth in (.�lenaiK-: and �efficacy to any thing hitherto inaileuse of; they will eileelually preserve the 1 ecth in a sound state cv:;n to old iige; will rciiiier the.ii white auJ .beautiful wiihoutthe least impairing the Enamel, fitstcnsuch as arc loose, koep such as are alreadyd.'caycd trom hqconimg worse, prevent the Pobih-aeh,-pei'fetitly cure the S*x;\iivy'in the CJums,.and makeuhera groswhrm and close tei^th/. They hkevvise render the breath .ilelicjtely sxveyr, and. re-i.pedy all thosedisoiders that aretheco.isequenqVdt Scoibutic GuiHsandbaU Iceth.. ~  ; .      ;   , .   . In ortler .to.prjvent tJie Impositions d.uly pradhsed bvp�r-sr:ns ,couiiter;cning the abdve jtieriiicneJ long'e5tilili>lied Mcfliclnes,ihe'Jollowing wordSansfbv pcrrrussion) engravfol in tii; stamp, "J, HEMET, BAYLEY and BLEW,  COCKSPUR-STREET," and jioiie are genuine but what have those wnrds engraved in the stamp, and also a label With tl-.� words " Bavley and'Bi.Kw, Ooekspur-street, London, paster!on'the back of,each iJottiB and.box, � '1 he fessence and D^ntiffice arc sold r wholesale and retail by Rayley and Blew, 5,.CockspUr street, prfceij. gd. e�ch, stamp's iiicludetlvMwl retail by T. Scannau.flata Pattner and vSuocessor ito . Mfi Hcitiet),) Gejrge-sjreer, ;Ha^ioyer-square, Lcpdon,     .     .  .   -       .  .,, ,. : . , N. B, The Esseitce is partlcUEfrlyvrecommfendJd to Parents and persons whn h3vc:4fi|>^Ciira of-Children, as tile-jirtttest preservative of youn^ j|ni|:acnrfer I'eeth. npME Rey.AVILLIAM 'flARCEAY's LATENT X ANPIBI^lOU* PILLS. � The tf^xclnsiw hale of this 'valuable raedicine being now yes tad sol clj! m- the-Rev. WiK liam Barclay, aud,thoseapp'>intcd by liiin, the further sale ot thJ Pills "n^conseq^cnce,cfltrlclVdlscorttltfcled at the* E laboratory, No, jj.UedtoTd-street.i C6veijt-g�rdani and is , now.e5tabljsi�ed at theHev.VVilli.iin l):� clavs'b Wareliouse, f.f iccsier-iaqunfe; where llie public may be assuied ot having  them in their pure and gennmestate.   Mr. Richard Butler, N^).- <), Gheap^i/fc) bein^ appomtetb sole Wholesale Agent,. *all y.,Baivlay," , Piwrivcsl^tbercoiu:     . ., 'T. A.PHIPPS, Agent to the Proprietors, ' ' Bedlord.^t�e�^,'Co^ent.^;arde^^. :-,Fpr GOg(!:HS,HOA'R!SENES>Esv � ,:t\ yrB.XM^DNOXJGH's LOZENGESx>i TOLU, � iVA 'Wfch'conta-B all tlvef aofierung and hpalmg.vir^ues ot: tfiebe:dutiy,�oulhy. , . iSf. Mi(jtiael-le-Belf ey  Rev. lames Willougn'hy Colle&tion at Bishop^ Uil),ju'). .William Chapmjin .St^Giles Sc tlie'Hainletof Mary Rate 'Willlath lloiham - -     " . jMrs. Oodswortit .   j ttl^^'llfJif' * . ' ; Anonvinods   . � * .� ^ At St'. Wilfred -      .,   . , , St. Mary, Blsh>p, Hill, Sen. Rev. Mattfiew'Marsh   > Coldrtol Wi I ley     ^ . - *   v Johii.Cawley. . j-       . , Joseph Price     �!> ^ - John Dyson   -      . - Dr; Hunter ,      j    r ,Mr&. Peiuiifiglon *^   ' Parish ot St". Maurice .      - Ditti>� Holv Prinity, Goodranigittte Ditfo, ht. John l�elpikc   �    ('.. John Presiou . ,    . Anonvmnus . Ucv.'R. Elliott .    ; -    , Robert Murksm       . .     .,  D. Ru.^s.U        .        .        . John Shillitoe � � Mrs. Witlie s - . ; .    � H. J� Dickciii   ? ? lO .5 ' 1 10 10 ID 5 An-* 38  5 42 36  : �7 .  10 35 S i. s 95 �3 to-o 10 to Subscriptions received fram I^itto, by Messrs   R a per. Swan, Mid Co, W.Grav - ^ . ��- --J. aiirtG. Telford - � ' -T. N. Dalton Raper, Swan, and C.i.      - .   -�SirW M:lncr Jrihn � Dodswortit ~   - .'Vtion) tnous - .       ,        - James Walktff.      ' - ^ liobsrt Scolt.     -'       -    \ 1 honias .'^tUirtsoii     ~   ^ Mrs. lolmsxm      -       -     �  Geornc Whif.iker. .        .: Willi.im DiiHiii         . .: John CaT     . .        . Leonard 'I hompson �ilvobert H.mscinau        . William Carr . John Kaines :       .        -   > Colledlltm atSt. Saviour's, and St. drew's-gale        . . VVillwiu H:l>klon     . S. Wormald      . . Chr\st I'aish       . Sr. John, Mccklegatu ditto .St. S'ampKon, ditto AU Saints, North street     . St, Mary, Castlcgate John Crowvlsf ..WOriivMills ;   , ; .     �   .  . . iCj   a  6 ro o o 5. o 10 , 5 5 lo 10 10 5 , S I s � 5-: �� r8 II 7 2 S-5 .f o 5 a6 19 44 '5 25 u S 5 30 16 10 10 9 i S 19 5 o to 5 $ >7. . � $'.�- '.'$': s .;s.. t� � 5 S' : 'J '4 as i .10 lo % 36 9 5 5 5 to * 5 :^ 12 It s �'S i lu to s 5 5 12 o. o o 0 o o o o 0 o .0 o � o o o o � 6 o o 6 o 6 6 (J o o o 6 6 o o 6 o o i! a � o . o 6 o a o o o � o 6 u � l: o .; �.�� ... O o '� O  a o o a ti a o � .' 0! ��illage �f Caton, ii^neaton, per,ltfr'. Crecri. V   Cumbfrlari'UMreet Prite�t�nt.D)ss.ehfing Cjongregatioff, SandJBtiand, ;^|>urh9fri� N. BIyth      .    ,        . /-' Pa>l!U Cliutch of .Vtary-le-Porf, I}i;;3tol;, p-er John Thomas and Robert Bryant, Cfiurch-wartlcns . . .:   . Hcdenlmiu Church,Notfolfc; P. Forstcr .Grapiienhall Churchy Cheshirf, P.,lla!.sfe4d -St. Mark's Cheetham ChOtth, Marghestef, Prtri*h i*h oi'Grejt-AVashbmrne, Cio-.iccit?.' ^ of Kiiij;'* broinl.-yi .StaH'ird.hire shiri ---*)f!(.;o wijh.riitrj of K'ogsbuiyf WarrtkkShirc tohw Lane, i'.i'q. P-ut�h of liatcombe, Sometletshire . Johu Elliot, fcsq. the Almistsr o.t! Chtirch-wafvl?ns ot .South Pcihirwyii, CGtuwaU, per !'.�v K Ij.aford ,. .        ' , SliiUbury yorkshUe.H-; WjglesT^rwrlh y.tnaiuK til fro, ,-^  - i    Parish of M�in�toi\j DevonrT, I'alR '   ~    . It n n It 1 25 �3 10  4 2S i. .1* i ti � t o o 0 Isingtonj DevoiJi R chard JHarns� ��hw, Su(ry_        . . Sub }i gi-ji nonce, th.ii pr'-l'Bi.iii  .March lo, t3o5. 'afctiy's O'rdnani't til bf. rceti'vrd lit their 0^:C fc!\ H'eUminiW, in � hcj:rc Monday,' the t^rh inu. f>cm suck f RDNAN!.1> IIvJKSLS sluHi'ufd In the fsllmi.iir Dlilrtcft^ , . -    KoRra rtRirAiri. .KoRTIlf.R.V. .       � Yr.;i!CSIltRS. LiVk'.KPOiM,. , boi/.riii.a v, ejtclifsive ot C.'vtibam. -     Jjou rH..VVf;. T, Portsmouth, Isle of Wight, a; d ..Christchu.'ch. VVE.VJER.N; Viooi-wicii, With Its i>cpenc:;n.cr2s. \v,4Ki.iiy, Chatnani .-snd .\Iary-le-oone! for ;l period of Six .Months from tivj i>tot- .-\pni, vmtil ttic ths 3 .th Se(;lembernext. ) ne torzge to ba funiwtied in Uationsj to coUsisf ot lo/b* of Oats, of ^lilbs. per t-iisncrj iitbs. ot OpUiid Ateadow tliy \ an.l Stoi. of V^hrij f.r Rye Straw ; allff! tlie oesi quality, aiwf to. be d^hVcrsit at tnc resnciitiyff stations at theex-.-.er.ccot the C.ontraiL^r: a�-.d tlie Contraitot is to furnish such tiorses with Oats at 8!bs..per W?.^ tion as may be billeted in trie Distriil fjr which lie coiit-raiHi. 'i he Proposals raay_bc delivered separately or joit.tlv Ar eatih Station ; and it is expe �.iil receive the Stable Dung that may from ilir.s 10 tiiile accuind-late; niaking.an aliowaitce far tfie sHirts,   . l-urthct paPticulars, together with tlicTernlq tStt* Candi^ tKm&otthe Contrail, may be known upon apFJhcatidn to the Officer Lommandi:;g the lioy.il Aftiliery in eaah IJistrrcti vvho'areauvhirjse.l to rccsive Propp.sals; and also at the Secretary's Oilice, in S?. .Margaret-street atores-.id, ixy diy between tlt^: naiits of Pen an I I'o.tr ;>Clnck,' \rhsr6thJ Pio-p isals may aUo bs delivered, scaled up, :in.l :;i.irr:-i! 0.1 the outside " Pro;'.o.i?.:s tor : Supph ing Yorcff Ct Oniiiaii-,-^ Horses,'' byt no Propcs;\lcan be avtrtitttevl ai-.cr lhii4th uf ' the ptcssiit !\iai>th.   ny Order ot the B"afd ' :      . .       ;    : R. H: CR?;:^; gg . lust p'.mii.slifld, the S.X'.li tdltlriiof A .K .\DDR JdS to th" FACULTY r^i-i th^ PL3-..^TIl f.JG, or. the superior e�ha.-v of the El,!>.^;i i;} S -Mfe-r*\a_LlC  iK^UGl'-S  a-. I  C M ir-, '^F' ii.K-cfs:;uf, .Mr. ....., ,M'r.,.,C_ailoiv, l)J&kEc!le-s, a:;l'-if -Mr Smyth, Apbthecar), Tavistock-sveet, Co>ei\t t;.-\-'.v.'i', Lori'K>n. �* .'Xni.'oi; tMi.' .Sj's'ons w)\.> h-ivc^ive.i T-;icf;'j:\Mc.^l testimony 01 the.nu'u'. o! ii�e FJp.Vir.!.- Mcts.hc Loukus a -d U.vtlieiei;-. will b-; i nnu\ tliJ tuV.owinj, Viz. .*.btcy, birch, Howlf.n, C;i;h. i;x-: ft num'9cr. arc fo bi ,______ every lesson havjns a ci^any dehned '.'lilcI, aci^ te.'chin^ soma pr.nciple ot sci-'ace cr in-raliry. Or soii;c im.iort.ip.t truth By the Rt:v. DA\T!i nL->i; fO'ja Hundred .md and 1.1.iqiieniie li.is always been Iniitru-itton. In sho t, tvt�rv 01;? IIoq!^, i.s c.iicul.itcit to r.i.-.ke t;i. and better. i1 ... 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