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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                -MACBETWS A  -^Cwntdyi ca           titi�� -      ^ JOHN. BULf 'IT.httrsdayi A GTt'avt&'^e'Lfec/loS^^^^ MUSIC. �  /   From the. nK�> I'avQiirUc Composers.      * > Air^ "Miss ni.uid, Recit. Kr. tloyle, PART 1.-WVeriure.   Opcasipnal. � Notrtorer with unaviilirtj;.'-lT�<;h. �'B*y'cup is full;' Air, 'Slwll I in Mamre's^' Chorus, 'For all tJie"S.7jirra-pn2co'^"^lo =*- o'V the ,i8th Ee^'^vy J*�t, was 50l'.i Jay them ia'ojw VJu"�er, orte liigh?K,aod>?co Sixteenth Shares. ; 'i'he present Lottery CQti�bfs of only a5,(5oo Tickets, and Che Scheme conta�M \     ,4 ^    ^ a Vuzsa{ Lvt^iom^]* Pnz#�of L, 10,000 a "'        ao.ooo I 3 rr- ^     SjOOo . .      &C. &C. S:C'. �       ,.- /�    . v.  il'ch. No. t,689 19,063    .16.567 �o,93i �  ai,277 &c. &c. Sec, Public Funds ttansadled joo 500, $00 with mi_^       _.     _ J^EW 5TAf% LOTTERY,. begins Drawing J � TO � Is* f,Zoo ixih af&iay, i8�6.   . '       SCHBME.^ Prize of   ,C*J e�*       j . - . 2o,'6ot>' ' -r-       'LOW VICTUALLIVQ^QFWCE, Match i?)i'ii8o6. rES ! Bfaclt lJf^nt?.i9,i4X.Tuiff'i>tJt^aiite4. . ,      -      - " 'No regarJ-uvUhfi^fitotutyTfJtiief in 'J>lreb lbs Pirlct ti/ult < HDl.ie iitfirlt'L iitwmi.ai.iiatfff'&iartbjl thjft w)t ti dtilvei'td tiiii)ffii)ii*d befim One  henj'alledfor.:  : . . � . S^cfUALLlNG Ol-FiCE, lilaV Hi$, Majesty's\ X  'ffafji. do hereby S'-ue Notice^ Tint an ff'editesday, tbe-gib-of ^pr'il nrxf, they xuilljie rtadv to receive Ftmiers in uiiritiiig f staled up), and treat for the Mhvjing qxatlitiet. of lR.(i)N HOOPS, vlx..    . � � -VATT HOOPS . ,109) BUTTHOOPSv        . a.�^Tons. PLATE HOOPS - looV or/or any Quantify of either denamjnathtt wit Uis tb.m F'fty Tens ; to be delivered in   Ten ff^eh, iyWetly fraportiont, intn His Majesty't Victiinilin^-Slarts at "Defitfird;: and to be-J^aid jor by Bills pjyaile ivhb Interest ninety,days after date. The ConcRtions of t(je Contract and Sniup/es nflhe Hoaps m.^y it sten'iii tl^e Sefrei.rty'.s OJfier. �    � ' Noregjird will be hiid to any Tender in wbicb tbe. price shall nit ie inierted in ivordsat lent^lb, or that shall na^it deliveredla ' iiie Ifpard iejure One o'Clock on the- said Ifl-diftiday,, lie gib of April next, nr,r irnless the Fertot who. �t>tker tfe Tender, orsomt Ttrson m his ieialf, attends, to ansiueruiiir cilM f>i> NAVY-OFFlVli, March-14, laoOi"" ."TpJPIE principal Officert an^ Com^iiiiwtii af Hii X, .Majesty's Navy do hereby give Notice, tbjt on \^.tnN%Si-o.W, the zbth-instatti, fiab, at One o'Cloiki they tvill'be ready, fc trtat-.-wifh suebpertons as ma.v he toiUhivto eDHtracI for supplying His Majesiyss Vards at Dtptford, IVMuiicb; C'b.ii-6,(�(, ^hiirness, Porlsmoktb, and' Plyitumib, ivitb C\Mi' I'OROES. . A Pattern of riirfofRts may-be seen fit DeptfrMYurd, and q, Form of the Tenuis HJ-'y If teen at this Office. v -1. :N iff'der tvillbf mcfi-utdifle^Tniiehieo'ciaib on the day oj Treaty, nor.any.rtotieedy untfsxrie-parly, aran-a^ntJot.hift, af^^--: tends..   .   y.  . - ,    i^.;..; ...      . ;      ^ \      . ^ ."''^�.'.^/'��'^'�'��ybU'SALE-BY. AUG rrc;N;        V'*'     ' At No. Vo; Tower-street, on Thur�day jwnt, at Twelve      ^  a'Clrck, THfi entire GAliGO of the MARIA, for Ex. portation, reguUiitjr condeianeU asPfize.to (lie Cruiser, Cujliutuigof ;.   , liSk Caws Ftfeign Cm. .      i9� nitCo'FttrvigriBrandyi % CiKt^s Claret. � : �    � .....v : It Cases PlaviitKCards.        ^ Further particulars of G. W, DOWNING, gworn Rtoker, 70, iWrr-sir-e^t, � lO PttfMHER's'AND OTHbR. UTJALERS IN Lead.  � "T-HD beSOlD, in LOTS of a Ton Weiglit, and X  Halts Ton V eigjtt, *r thelel^^0l1t�^, each, as will be ' eXH^t^jyedin a Catalo^uftof Sale.at AylestKiry, ii'iifVe C ui-. ty'of Hhicfcs, s.-^mstime m tlie Month of Miiy next, ot wljich 'diie yotice.wiH be clveniati"* Papi-r, ji'^odt. blClMKE W or T\^ EfJTY TO>IS WEIGHT of SHEET- LEAW.-.Any jjsrson or person4 whn nwv'he iles rms to becoirje Purchaser.-!, way send their Propn.sals, m wr.ii)i>:, addr s ^se to the C leric ot tin;' i'cace tar jhe said -Couuly, at h.s OlHce; iu Aylesbury,.       . �    � .     .      -       �     :� ACTON CHAPLIN, Clerk rvf thePcjcq.. ^PfERcv.WlLi.'lA.M BARCLAY'S f ATEMT A N.ri LI O us il I. LS. 'Ilif exclusjv:e Sate ol this valuable merticmc bsuift oow vested solelym thj Kev. VVil-, Jiiinr liarclay, and thosfc ai>pjiiited by him, the further �ale of'; the I'llls IS, in coiiii!i|Uiiice,'*entirclV dispontinuul at the Ela!-)orijtory, No. 35, .Uellord-strc-.-.t, C'oyeiit-garden, and is noiV established at the Rev. VViHtam lla'-clayV Wareh'>tis�', I .ricestcf-stiuarc; wh�re the public may heavsured of (vivmg them in their pureand-Eei1iii�e state. Mr-. Richijfd Butler, No. 4, CheafsJHt bu'in^ appointed sole Wholesale Agent,; all wliolesale orrt-irs, both in io>vn,'a�d country, are requested to be addiest^ecl to hiirii who will make i)te Trade (he iisuid allowance. None are goiVuhie but: those having a Black Stamp, With the name, * Ihe Kev. iV, Barclay," engraveJ thereon. , I'rA. PHl!>"!'S, i\f;ent to the Proprieters, ,   ,     Btdtord-stfL-r-t, t-oveiit-narden. =8srts JMP-mUL PARUAMEiYr, V.-'Mii^VA'SstTtAU^frtiicntedMi Account ol the Ordi.: '.nary Reyin^tesahd Extr^Winary Kesoun.-es'of the Couiury, tic.  Ofdwc) t,>.rte on the.tabWa/jd tobepiinted. � J N3VV SPJRIT.CON IRACTS. �!Mr. HROORe put off his ifioiiuxi.rel.live to the Con . tfpii�fpr3URplyinrghi� Majesty'* Navy with SpriitJ'umil Monday next,as ha ha.t reatott tu^appQ-'ethat theuiteh'ion "of CTovernment was direiljrd to tlwt in^-yM, '^nd .tli:it mt;:). sUrcsmight beadopted irt'i:on�()iienc'i, Whii.lv would reiulji it: tlnn'ccessary for him^o hring torwaM the motion/ iNDiA Papers-.       ; . Mr. POLK, pu;suant to his noticvv i;f)se tp"m we for tlw frodufli9rMf.certain papers relaiivj to .th'e all'.irs of Indn. lisobjett was to bring tJie whole ot' the qu.J.tft*m h^fjrf^ th.' Hoiise,,as lha Papers al'eH4y'm-)ved tor ci.'u+d ;  ihi Mogul. ,ad. Tlioserrelatiivft to TJrturtpore ; andv3 I, 'iMi > e relat.pg.To the war, vvTtri Hjlk^r.  IJi hJfl submittedhij mi -tions .totinj coiuider.ttion attthe I^oitrd; on the jiartof whom ^,Bq obietflioh^ v�asf;;!! .tp-fJiepirtjdtliKon df fh^.Piip  'to call lor. 11'was therefore un-itccssary'TorvWrn to take up more;ofthfttimf flftijeiittu�inaah^)'.IT>9*^�� ' . .   ! he moiion�, '^/nich wert' tor seVcm Ivtier.-i ol d ir.-ten' dates, (>n, and aflttr thojist df May, iSWj,: fi64 thuTitef .6 ' , vtmor'Gfe>era^^3f frtdfa t'Jtlte'Se'cftt ed!�v.tiittf3tftthe'C6urt^ orDireSto's, together with their, iiiclus'ires, ware th'n' put. - and" ag-eed ta.' And the k^uastion ih.it there he laidbetore the ' Hu.use,a'Copy.of a-Letter from Lord Lake to Marquis.CiTii wallis, dated S?{it._2, 180;, rslativts tf the, rcduttioii-Vf th. irregular troops, by order of Marquis Well-wlcy. '.\JhfR.'\N0lS asked, whether the Papers ttien m-wei) for;CQixi(>rised all thvdocuinetitsonthe subj^tFof theitiegular' tfooj.si.f �   i ��. .. ' Mr.'POLE replied, that they comprised all he though: nedes^aty fir his purpose; He was not aware of any unir: requLsite to brim; the questiMi fivlly b forctlvj Hms?, b it if a ht be rn fur ihe4>roiluilioivof such further papers as should be d^e.n -ed necessary. , The whyPe of a l-jngl'stof motwus wis tlie.n ai;r"c it) SIR J. DUCtCWpRTH'S GI.UIclv.us VICTORY.  Mr. GRE'Yi.gave notice, th;it h5 should to..iior-rcnv move ttie Thanks ot the Houdc   to AJmi. ral Sir John Duckworth, and the Ofiiecrs, Sea-men and-Marines of hi.s squadron, for their gJiUao' and signal seri'ices by the total destruiflion of h divi. sion of tlieenerHy's ffecc-.in rhe httc bfiihant aerion 11 1, St, Domingo Bay. lORTOLA TREE PORT BH,f., Lsfd TEMPLE, witii aviev ti the preparation of some clauses that shouldremove any oojeciioiii th.it existed a;.Hi.,si the Bill for estaWishinga free port in t.ie Islan.i of Tortoja. jy'pQSedih^t ihh Cowtnittre on tlw 13111 bed:-fc'red to Mnn. t .i.ij'.tho.Comnvtt9e on the thllwas put olfaecoidingl;. ' 11)6 irisM Crtinm-mvLand: PartitV'n Bill was rr,i n tlie m'-.tidn �f Mr. JaMES HTZCERALU, ai d passed. Mr. HAWTHORNE btoight up the R.'port of the io,50(',ooid. Exchequer-Bills f-.ill;aUo of i ,500,0 Bills Bi!t, which vveies^vetally ."igrced to, and tt<.e bills ordered to he read-a Ihird time to-morrow. On the motioti'Qf Mr. V.-\NSITTART, the Excise Expiring Law Bill, and the I'olons J rahsptntation liill, w^te reuil a thifd timeand pissed.       ' WITNESSES KILL. The ATTORNEY G !� Nf-.KAl. in.ivid the second reading of thettifl trorft the Lorcf�,daclarurgThe liaD.lity ot Witnejscs to answer y    . On the qi'.eittnii being ptir, , Mr. PE RCI VaL did ..ot mean to oppose the second rer.d ing of the BilU becaus- he should be equally at lib-rty r �taie his.,objedtions to it 011 the  u!>t!.diy Cl.aiJes mi>;ht be add.d in the Coinmtttfe^ whxh would render tlia- IMl l?ss.usijvc lionible, than,.ai it tlien .stood, it was.   The J^iU- in it.> sent form appealred to hiin imnrcissitrv,-in-l in princple eX tremely objidtioiiablo, .as, hi was caiwiiice.-j, w,,i.! ijl- t opinion ot.the H.>uso, .when it.s'ioii'd seriously examine its provisions. . In his opinion, *t wouldiiot Mt its presmt form eitlier answer tjte pu/iiosefot winch it wan inrendid, or de cl^Tffthe i.iw.a? laid ;do>vnby the Hij{h Authoutics, tlwi had been callpd in to dccuie^that polnf The ATTORNEY <;ENliRAL Would not then  > The LlXKD/iCIH'AN CBLLOR-left.the WroJSu-k;to:Qb. serve, tbatoo �ftK�mit of the absence 0t a Nolde Lo�d,he' wished tadfif^friiill.ta-nvurpW the inott  .�;.� � ' HOUSE OF Ct)MAiONS.       " .Sir. S AMttE I >R CM 111 vv and two other Ge��t leihen, koQk .the �baths'andthetr seat*-.', ,i .; -     ��,�,..� >' .The Irish First-.truitB. Reguiutioti Bill was read i second time,shdorder .  .      >  A'Perstin (tva: the Ofliceof the ^hief Se<;r5tary t^r Ire," land, presented an jitiai>ilHhjr,5a5therejn, sp�afylnf; .7V- 4.,000 ;2o,ood' i5-,ooo, . 1 u,uoo ,   'S.ooo 2,000 gCa|o,oo� anai�tiiHi, to this were addeil the anaputK of ithc Loan to be made aod provided ibt in the genei^al .stiteinent of thu.Wa*$ and Means of the year on Fri-duy, the W^ys antt Means-would greatly exceed the supply,'ami again!i(i thh excess there wait nsthing to be 8Ci >biit coni?fturaI mUttarv estimates.-It |had"been said, that thj whole of the last year's imilitary' estbbliahjn'ent bad been voted inFebruary.. |  he the case; Hue a temporary '^o�e would 4iot justily permimenc; VVays^ and Means-(�ldul^tc(LQn unftAdenniie augmentation of that csta. t^lKi^nient^,, .-J^ir theie jreasqnii, be ihooglu �he sub-JecVWtPtJthy thecoiMiWerjitiwj of the House.   Htxtid jD9t:U|P|c the nwttet   of -the year .If once. ..�\t:cordirfg to the late j*actice, th� CwnfMiflors. for a Loan were given to, an should'be liab.- ^; any oSj^ctions, he was rea.lj^to attend to tlie suggestions oi Gentlemen, and to availhitnrelf of t.Sur assist* ance, as far as he thoUjjhtreaWy eon'.ucive to the ob.. jccttofthe Bill j and he should iiave no obiectlon, if necess34-y, tare.continjt the fiillibr a future day. ^Thc Hause having resQlTe4 into a Goramittee^ Mr. POLE said, he had a number of stiggestion* to propose tor th; adoption of the Ccronuttec jn amendment of this Bill, which was utterly inadequate to the pnr,ose9 forwhkh if was avowed/ Must ot th se suggestions had the approbation of the Noble Lsrd hii:vself, upon whom he hadlelt-j his duty to wait, and to mentKm his objv  "-�"^ the Bill; for it was his t>bje , really cerely, 10 commUiiicate such suggestioi^ Noble Lord as had a|ipe4ted to hfm |' jwrience absolutely necessary to gtv^t the. obieiSti of a  Bill, tlje principle J he very much approve.!.   Mr. Pole into a  long and technicnV detail of   .. routine in the dejwrtmcnt of Treasirr r of' n.inceythrough which m�nies h^d hitherto      __ and under which the T.*ea�urer not only stfas Enabled, bttt equally, and he believed umlbrmlv, did rfuJcff [ ({.oarter ot a year bolorc it was ultimately payabkM I che daioiiints.' Having, auggcsted- an arrai^cmwi hf   

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