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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 28, 1806, London, Middlesex                                "the last NiKhtofpcrfurmip"�Ul the Hplidiys. TO-MORROW EVENliSG  their Majcuics> 'trvanf'! w'll ail , THE .EAKL OK WARWICK. Esrl fif Warwickj the VomiB KosCius ; Lady Elizabeth Grey, Mrs. H. Skkiohs. ~~1;L(>CUTI()M. Tiiesda}', April i,t5oi5,>t his Hoxise, No. ao, H'dlWrd-place, Russel-stiiiare, Mr. THE I,U'A I, I. Svil! repeat his Intrctliittory I.liCTURE, preparatury.lp.liis '�(0 css oY TWELVK l.hCTDHES on the Elements of li'cutim, anil.thc causes, .v'e^entiDii anrt cure ot IM-VuDl'^il-NTS of SPEtiCHj to be illustiated by read- \vif! bendn.iffesl. ' StibiCripti'in Two Guineas, , TicketsH>'d further particuUrs to be l�a.t adynntageotjs terms Any i^nnily pnssssainR i particular pattern which they are desirous ot'renewini:, and if required, can introduce .inhesnne time thsir arms, crest,   Tickets ist Day Pive 1^1 St-Drawn Tiokctsjd Day . T>irst-dra\Vh        .        4t\l)sy Ditto .     5'h Day Ditto . OrhDay PI ice of a Ticket,  �.19 180 4 '.ooc 20,boo: If, 000 ib.oup -   5,000 4,000 �,8oa i^ijOO ^�;.o,foo J. 1,000 each l.jv'ioo 1,01.0 each   <,ciuo .        10,010 aj.'iioo Half, . �.\6 z o QVlarter,     -  ^   *  o Eighth,' - �.z iz Sixteenth,    -  16 Ticliets and .Shares iitc on Saleat all tile Licehscd Lottery ' ouices. �.  ;       � � .;-       ' l;oiH;Ut/CH.S, HOAKfttMl.ivh�, i!C. MR.GkEENOUGH^s LO'^ENGES of TOLU, wich coni.rii itlt the softening and hcaPng virtues ol thcctlebrated HaI.S'aM of T() LUjaiul are the pleasantest ami most cB'etLial reht. iaul'i Church Varu;  l)a> ley and: i.'o. .Cucl'spiir-ilr et 5 i-asiin and Co. No. ijo, Oj(roid-!.iieei; .1 � H'^rd, No. jj/j , ilijilhornj Biul Wm. Cl.nk, No. ifiij, ILntugU. .     Piict IS. Tjd. the Uox. I'.VrKIOTIC tUNp. .  , Li.ovo's, t^th Mai'ch', i8(J6. A T a GENERAL MEETING of the COM-Ml rife li, held This D�y, ,      s    , _ Read irom tlie Lowdon CaJtettc K xir.iordimry of the i4th instii'.t. Letters Jrom Vice Admiral Sir Johii Thomas Diiclt'-*orth, K.. n. commanding a SnXiadronot htiB MMest)'�ships, Wdreased to William Mariiden, Esq. relating an engage-tnent wjtha FTench Squjiilron at St. I) oiningo, oil the 6th of Pebruary,.,m which alt ilw Encsny'is line of battle ships WeretaiMurednrdestroyeii. . Meiolved, That a ya,e, of the value of four- hundred pouiHis, ornSmeirtevi with emblematical devices, an.l an ap-pn)priate inscription, bj presented to JiiwciAdmiral Sir lohnThomas lUtckw'.rih, K. IS. Ke-iolved, That a Vase, of the vilye of ^ijjree hundred-Voniids, with an appn-priate inscription, 4jpM)reSJnted to Kear .-Vdiniril the- l-lon. Alexander CotiliraneF Resolved, That a Vase, of the valua of Jthree hundred p-.i'unds, .with an appropriate inscfiption. bVpreseiued to Kear Admiral 1 hoiitas Lnuls. "     Resolved, I hat a Sword, of the v�!ue-of one hnndred pounds, or a Vase of the same v�lue'(-4l: rtielr option), be .presented to each ot the Captains and ComvAariders of his, Majesty's Ships, who contribuud to ttrat/briill^Vt ^and decisive .victory. :  � ,      W �    . Resolved, That the Sum of one htodreij'jrtvnils be pre* sent ed to'each of the Lieutenants of thlS' 'M'!yaty'y.,T^ nal security only ; genllsmen will find every liberal ac- , cornmodation, witjifiut delay. ...(Application from twelve ml two, or letters (post pat(i) addressed to Messrs. Willa and Co, No. to, South-5trc?t, B.;ikely-si)uare.-    .        FI VE~PH7)If'SANiJ POUNDS.      ' " VJOBLEMEN an i Gentlemen possessing Incomes' . arising from FrecU -Id Estates, Church Livuigs, Mar-, riage Settlemen s, crauj. other Property, .indthobc having Personal Security only to.olicr, nviy be accommodated with the whole, or any part of the above Sum, on liberal I'errfis, by payinn Annuity Iivt-reit tor the s.irnr, wnh liberty to return the Pruicipal x% flic ple;�>ure ot the Ujrrower.-Letters addressed (postpaid) to-Mr. Heiivming, No. �j, baville-row, Burliiigton-stVetr, Loddon, will be altendi;d to; b.it no persoital application virilI be received. -pO be SOLD, ihc- isJEX^' 2RESEN Cj^^XION X of a very valuable VlCAiiAGL.njt tar from London, V itli a prjspeit of early possession, tor furtlier particulars apply to ^lessrs. Richirds and Co Stationers, Tcm-ple-bar.   All letters (post paid),'lulv ar.swe.rt'd.     ' :    :   , TO NOlTLE'MliN, MEMIiERS 01' PARLIAMENT,  OpITCERS IN THIi fiUAKDS, Sc. &c. �^O LET, elegantly Furnished, oiie of the ra.ost desrable LODGINGS in St. ja ties's-stteet,. witli every accnnimodrftion for servants, (,Perms low). A Pr--v, hook POR-rABLE VV A ! KR CLOSAi in<,Cainp.-i, &c. 'I'lia spac cr prion of thii useful inyeiition, tlie Patentee solicits the inspection of the public at his VVarcSioiise, No. 38^^' Oxford-street, opposite Eerncr's-street, wl;ere may be sec,,"a great variety bf Portable I ire and Garden Engines. I'uinps ai-.l fixed Water Closets tor Houses of scriptioni. ' PREPARED CHARCOAL, and CONCEN. TRATED SOLUTIO.N of GHAKCOAL, for the Teeth, Mouth, and Gum'i, and coirciling Foetid Ilreath.- Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail, with printed Direc-ttoiis for their use, and observations upon tnc interesting Properties -of .Charcoal,  by   EDWARD   LARDNEK, T ver) ateFamil). For reference to the house, ajiply to .vir. Trip-. iook,Hoi.kseller, 38, Saint lanics's'tfper. ' every  tiiini- to be SoRl by Payley and blew. No. 5, Cbckapur-street, London, price Sixpence each. Gentlemen Who do not think tins I'lacking makes their Boots shine sulficiently, are respettlully iiif'ornietl, that if the Cake is dissolved in Vinegar instiiad ..t Water, it will pro-dpcea Lustre eijual to Japan; biit it is necessary to obseivs; that Vinegar is extremely injurious to the Lea her, and de- prives this lilacking of one of its mpst valinblc Properti-s, viz.That of keeping t!ie Lcaher soft and pliant, and preventing it frpm Cracking.- 1 he same eff ctmay be produce . 4, Cfitfac;''i. 'jeiiig appointed solo Wh9les.('e Agem, all wiiolesale onteis,'both in town iind country, arc re-((uestcd 10 be aildicssed to him, who will make ihePravle ilie usual allowance. None are genuine but those having a bitiik Stijinp, with the name,. " ihe Rev. iV. lidiiw)," ci giaved thereon. . T. A, PHIPl'S, Agent to the Proprietors, licdlonj-attcit, Cu*wt-sflf av ot April, at Lansdowne Hxusc, Batb, ATRULY valuable and superb CoUeftion of fine OLD CHINA, which !�is not been ur>;>acUcd for 36 years; and was at that time esteemed oneof the finest collections in the kingdoAr, tlie property of a Lady of Fashion, deceased. ^     '.   � PorPfcBLIG SALE- at New Lloyd's CofTce-house, over the Royal lixchange, on Tuesuav, April 1, 1S06, at two o'clock prc( isely : . TF^ HE FOLLOWING GOODS, viz. X 650MARULE PAVING TILES from 2 to. 3 leer S(|uareedch,well pulished,and suited lor paving hHlts.l.,bb.es, dairies, Sic. put up in lots far general accomme.daiion, particularly worth theattention of gentlemen building. About 7 tons new HRITISU C0RD.\GE, sui.dry Ship's Sails, Compasses, &c.       '      . aoo Bags HISCUIT BREAD for Dogs. Cataloguis to be had where the goods lie, at the pi ice of sale, and of THOMPSON SCOTT, . .  .       Sworn i)roker� ag, Nicholas-lane.     P0RTS>l,0;yTH.-JfOR P.nBLLC SALE, At flip bfar anjl Garter Tavern, on Thursd.^v, tb�? 3* of �^ApfiJ, i?si mnnndcr. For Catalogues, and viewing the same, apply two days before the .Sale to JOHN MdYLU, BroKeri  .-. - r i>ORTSMOV!TH. For PlHJLIC SALI-, at the star and Garter Tavern, on , Thursday the zjd ot April. i8;i6,at 120 clock. For Exportation, TWENTY-TWO Hogsheads . MULL  MAD. DER, bein^ part of the Cargo of the Venup.nus AvENruKE, restored to the Claimanti. , For catalogues anil viewing the same, apply two days before the sale to ..        . JOHN MOVLE, Broker. By Virtue of 3; Commission of appointment and Sale, fi the High Court of Admiralty ot England, addressed N. P, Rpthery^ Isq. rom ssed to FOR PUBLIC SALE, at the Star and Garter Ta-vein, Portsmouth,on  ]o of the Venurmfs Avqnture, detained by-his Maj.isty's Giin-Krig, Daring. , I'or CataUtgties and tunher^particuLirs , in Eight Volumes, jiriiS Three Pouiids T' boards. hr;d,;<5.streetj Jan. 8, �8o6. ['welvb Sliilliugs in JUNIUS'S Lf^TFERS. This diy is published, in Two elegtnt Volumes, small 8v6. embellished with beautiful i'ortraits, by Cai:oUne Watson, liiice i;s. in boaids, COMPLETE and AUTHENTIC EDI. TIDN otlhe(KLliL,RATtD LKTrEKS of J U-Nl US. containiiii? inuch additional Matter, and inuch Jn-formaiich, not to be fouid in any   in which ihe prtt nsioiis of vaiioiis ^ipjinstd wiiteisarf critically e.\;nniiifd, and the name of the teal .-Vu-thor ascertained. By JOHN ALMOK, Author of the Lives of the Eail of Clmham and John Wilkes, ot Anctdoiesi .-Histoical and Uiogr.iphic.rt, ^c. &c:.,&c.- ' *    ; No person can doubt the s uperi >r protonsions of Mr. A I. mon to give to the world an illustrated and classical lidiiion ofihetainuiis Letter* of Junius, a t.isk for w'nch he h�, aU w.iys beeii acknawleilged ti� be be-tor qiialiMed ih.tu any ctt.ir Contemporary of that disii.iguishetl vSiitcr. 'Fhis KdiiLiii claims, tliercjore, the decided Pictctencc bf ttw Putihc, as ihe last work of ttie veteran Editor,who was intiiniitely connected with the most eminent political characters uf ihe.nciiixl in which Junius wrote, Kiid also as being the coinpleteit, tlie che.ipo-.t, and the most cleg^ut Edition e.\innt � Piinied f.ir l  bo hadof all jHookscllTsn'id Dealers in Books. THE Prhtcipal .OJiccn and C'Jinmiiihiien of- Hit Maye-p's Natry dti /jereiy'i-.liJe Nm'icc, thai atThi,f. dnjf, ihe l f April lifxf, at One vOick, theybe tt.idr -i tfc.1t iiit/j tifch ft'-iMt HI may be w7/;>,7/� emit act for iUt^tilyh-g ///.. Miif'iiyt iri'i'u}DxkYardtandthii Opce-Ujiih CtJALS S'ai;n;3.0.'licr, S rd, C*im;. His Mpeily's Trtatkty, fiurtuant le an Act'J Pa: , ^*le'iyf*rm ibeDnihigranted, l.yan Atiali/Fr.,:^. lurth r^arcf Wlf>re,int Majf,iy,of, H.rtr, {ft , ///.-, f,r,f^ 'Illusion, and by Time, d> Otrihy :givt �f<,.tici, ibji   - -> '"- /rt;:/to let, .It our Oilier, In Sotrierset-l'lace, tU $aiJ liut'et tifufm, cn Tuesdav, the zidot Ai.til tiexr, U'uieinbr Hii  J^htnct unJe, w/i-timed, for the Z e i� dav of May next, )< such Prrtan or Ptvicm m ly be �rx'illitte^ t'j cimtr.ict/'��r ibe tume    Ad Pcrunt intending l-)/,iTm the^tald Dunes are l" deliver intbiirp, lricl, a> thiir Prr.p-juiii cjfiir^t up-ocLfJeacv No Persons licensed to In Horses tpr tiie purposes of t". veiling Poit, or any Pers.-jns for tiitir .Use,      ba admirtel to contrail for the .said Unties. No. Di-tria to be l�t t^ Farm : 12. .Middle>ex, Mcl'.iding London and Wesrm'.nster All Persons inreniimg to bid for this dictriiS, are desired to ta'iv'e Notice, that in pursuance ot ilie r.articulAr .\\s. struclions of their .Lordships, u Will b; put up at ti'ie Slim specified above, which will hi ^^radiia'ly abated until a iJidding snail made ; at*!, upon s-jch liiri-ding, any Peisouj in.iy advance, and tnc h.ghest Bitlder-.yill bedecl.Vred the Farm?r, aiid will b; retinlred to pay down iniraediately, in U:,iircifles unl P'u'eni inswedat 2r. 6d. per Cent. . l/ie 0�ice grunti Insurance f-^r Ptr!;di ibart of j Yc3r\ ani m/tke yd:tnts m.ir, b_) ati Annivd Puyinc;;, ser-^ire    :-eir tbc remainder of Lif, or .7 gjs;s.S:i�i ;3 �^ pjid.ii ibdr Dece^U., Inv.iraiices nmy be iK.i.ie for a -yayiety if ether furj.o-.r: .--is ifrovide foi rcKcivdlof L-:.t'e's - to secni-e .' C:l De.uhfrqm MiHtary'Acciiert,. Annuijies are g'Anted to comiheKce future period. iiiimedKitely^ or at xry Printed Rales a'ld Conditions. cf Insurance' vuv ke had gratis, tvilb the List of Directors^ as ai-.x.t,  or cf'rj^ ^ FHE BRITISH F(.RE-O.Fri:CK. /^W C,;;^;^ are appointed Ai;cntiJ,r this Ofpce. �        ROBERT SKELTON, See, I.MPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY rnHE P;rMV The terms of lie Office \ritl i.e joun.i m tbi.f of any lir-tiliir l>;s!it::t:onin il e k-n^.. >:.:'et at ms.iera.'r .fr For Goods a> NNUAL  ftnd�"rt ;"i jr� � divivat tbe Olpce I'tm p\';^f o'Cioci it ibe .XS^tri^^ unit r'nur �     '';:Afer.>r>7i,S.riirii.TyeA.C:p.'ed, tn -u^bii&^uay �c aifbiee o'Ciri. o'clock in :i'e tbe^Jtnce tt'oset , G. H BJIOWNE, Sec. N.R.- No Charge is mad;; at this OiHce thr Poltries.. For.the Gout, Khjiimatisms, Cpiisomni on pi'.ul:<,� C'.-ir.cers, and other C.'uoiiical biso'iUri.    j'he I eis�'s deeinctl incnrab'e.   Ithas b eu exteiuivejf u.icd inlfchn.ifor sev-rjl Yiars, .^rid its sjlutary ttticts a'j. nro.Uicevl in a safe aid easy mar.ner, wttli very lUtle scnsi'-i* t)p ratim. By mixing with the Ul. ot.! and luices, it ap; Jis itself to the seal of thi Disojcier, whuh it will riMnove m sL.w degiees, fr mi its aliMative ar.d hcaliuR Qnilitie*;   In Consumptions it will genetj^lly siicect,! in ths Fwo fifst Sniges, and often ecen in the last. I n the SCa'phisiJ.rir Evil, if n.sedearly,the Cute will bcSp.'eUy.ard theukerntevl Gland* will he;d J ai.U it has been kitown to icscue the P-vient ^vn af'cr miJt.ll Symptoms hsd amteired.  Cut Person's afilirttxl with tI"nt,Rheuniatisins, Cancers, and with bilious ai.iV lievv-us ni�ea>tfj, would do well to tveruse 'vTfsePhikiso- ^ phv of Pt j'Sic,'* wriiten by ihi Invcntcr (ta be h^d at   " S>inonds's,'l'aicrnoiiter-r3w, 01 n'the VundL^r^of thisMsV.i. ciue.iin which lis e\iraoidin.�ry EiJicac* will be shewn in ------�  instances.  �''''' "    '   ' UrUniily tc ing, its 'Fei ^v.,.>... Health.   .>.^�>�yit2 nv vmnivi i(o��i i, Q\iir*s neither Coiitinen'.cnt i\ot clnn)(e oV Diet. Sold by I-. Nevvbeiy and Soiis, at the cnlv V.'areHons? for Dr. James's Powder, No. 4?, ia St. Paul's Chyrth-yatd.   

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