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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                'iir.t- ,   The Ij�tNiK^lbff�f(Wiiie till the Holidiys. nrmS present evening iheir Maieitics' i.   bervant.V'wtll at\     * "       v ' THE EARL OF WARWICK. Earl of Warwick, the YounsRosci^s J Lady EHzsbeth Grey, Mrs. H. Siddons. With THE 1|>ESERTER. ROYAL AMPHITHKATRE; \VESTMiNSTKR BRIDGE, - X'nder the Fatratnaftc of their Royal Hisjhnessas the Prince of � WAi,j�ar�d Duke of York. A/Tk. astley, jun.ipiostrespectfunjannsunces, iiVA tJiat fronjvOie pre-eiJnmeht sandtjou >Ti'th Avhrcji lie. was lionoureil the'fwo last Seasons, he wo'uUt ba waiiting in gratitude not to embriea'6very oppbrtuBtty ill onJer to render not only the Royal Atnphitiieitte, bu*. the Enteriainments -and the PerfurtiierS, in every'Way w'brthy a tuntinuation of such liberal Pstroiiage.-In.consequL-nce of which, the first ArJistShave'bein errtpldyfcdd&ring the Winter in newly de- New MluSW. &9r-ii�f.V^V^'^P'- intended f-ir ;a New OperatieSliitkt, ww^fSefltjiits; *��eflacleK and a New Comic Hafleiini�ade, aidejlby tljcfijst uppcaranpeof several Ke'w �perftjfniMs of einilteytce, a�d which' Will be brought forwatdon EAStER'MUNOAV next, 'r.h A^jriU wheti 4he Royal Ainphitl^atre.. wiJl OPEN 'for the SUMMER SEASON. � . '       '   . :�' -   . f':. -  ELOGuTioN. : ^:      :;;-,. iN Tuesday, April i> 1806, at his House, No, 40, Bfdford-place, Rtissel sqiiare, Mr. TH E LW A L L will reprat his ln(r6dui>ory LECTTJ Rpreparatory to his "Course of TWELVE l.ECryRES on the Elemenis of :EIocution, andthc eauses, prevention and cure of IM;. PEDIMKWTS of SPEECH; w be illustrated by readings, recitations, and specimens of spmvtankjtis oratdiry, and" ty liraphic andriieclianical dem.jxistrarioii. The Ronms will be opened at i o'Cloclc, admittance $s. The Course will b'Rin on Thursday tlie j'l, after which none but Subsciibers will beadinirted;   .Subscription Two Guineas. Tickets and further particulars tb be had of the Lefturer; of Mr. PhilUps, BridRe-strcet; MeSiis Arch, Cornhill ; Mr/'Llfiyd, Harley-ssreet * and Mrs. Lynotr, (.renvilltf-jjtreef. Also, terras of Private Tuitioai an IntrcxJuclory Discourse on'Hhe Nature rmd Obje�lof Elocutionary Science; Seleflions to be read and recited 5 ajid the Trident of Albion, with an Oration on the Dcatl) of Lord Nelson. . ADRAS CIVIL APPOINTMENT Wanted fora YounR Gentlemat�-t-AnY one having interest to procure the above, mav address with perfect confidf'ncc 10 H. C. at Mr. Sdatchard's, Bookseller, Avemaria lane, with parricularg.awd w'tll receive an answjsr within two days. AYOUNG MAN wants a Situationj as PARK or GAME-KEEPER ; he !s well qualified fnr both Hiisinesses, and can bs well recnmmnided.-Letteri; addressed (p�st-paid) to A. B. Post-OfRcc,-Bedford, will be duly attended, to. LONDON LIFE ASSURANCK nFFTcET AUFE ASSURANCE OFFICE is now forBiing upon principles entirely New. and calculated to obv-af; many of the Objedli'-ns which have bseu made to the Insti-tutions already established. .    .    ' Its c4iief obje(S to tl.ivide amonRst the Proprietors durina; their Live.s, such Profits as Jiave been hitherto reserved fur the Representatives after the Decease of t^e Parties insurcl. The Plan tnay be. seen any Day after Moiulay nxt, bv "jipplvinR at the Office of Mr. Charles Druce, Solciior, No. loj, Bijiiter-squaie, where such Persons'as arc inclined �.riiret^rne .Men-tbeTs fnijv teavfe Ifherr-KitTnes'afin '.^fJdress, for the jpurpose of bchig called together at an early Meeiing. TRAyELLER.-A Young Man who is immedi-ataly goiiiK the prii>cip:il route in Kngland, Scotia d and Ireland, is dfsirous of aiUliiiKdn', two, i r. more C'l'n-"^tipns as a'I'mve!k-r 10 ii\ st pai'lj to Y,'2,..,at No 24. Titclibonie>-streer, Piccadilly,, shall beimmelistcly attended to. I ANGKl- IIVK. WARMINSTER, N contratUdian to a.'report which has been ma-. X licioMslv propaRated, that. JAMES 15R(M)KS had shut >>p the abcve Inn, he be.:s leave mi?st respecU'nlly to ui�i)rm the Nob'litV, Gentry, and his Friends in general, but Travellers in particular, that he never had such an intention. Jaines TSrock?, therefore, earnestly hopc. i.  � .    . ^ 'T~^WO hundred and nine Capital Prizes from 500!. it til 30,0001. have been shared, sold, and registertdm the Jait arki former Lotteries, by H0U1>1SUY and Co. 26. Cornhill.; 52, Charing-Cro.s ; and bt.-Margaret's Hill, Eorouh'h. Ticlcets and Shares fir the preicnt State Lottery, to be �Irawii the izth of Mav, arc now selling by HORNsBY and '"o. in great varietv ohiumbers and at the lowest prices.- Orders by letter or caitict, executed exadly on the same reriiis as rt presei t. N. B. AlJbiismsss in the public tu.-.ds transaSed with .:arean(jhilelity. HARi^IvSON and BROOKE, Stock Brokers and Licensed Lottery fJfTue Keepers, 237, Piccadilly, n�:ar �is.Haymarkct, established morj than htty years, jfrateful nr favours received, *�nd hap))V 114, having sold t'c i'lrst .Drawn Ticket of the hut Lotterv, No. 17,880 entitled to '0,022l, ill t)ne Halt and Kight Sixteenth Sluresj would be V'.W more happy to serve out totheirhfendsa lew slices of the Twenties or Tivemy-five Thousand 111 riie ensuun; one, the ^.7li?n\r torwhich niay bs had of them gratis, and seen n. all � he London Papers, and wliiclvthey are much pleaserl to hud generally a]>proved ot-as it certainly Iwlds oiit a pro^focl I'J advantage to Purciiaseis, much suiianar to any lormer '-ottery. Prizes to any amotiiit sold by them paid immedi--ilely.   1 he Drawing begins uth May. VDR THK TljETH AND GUMS. . 'pME ESSENCE of PEARL ar 1 PEARL I Or.N rvrklCE, invented by the late lacob Hemet, ""-ntist to Her Majeify and thi Princeot Wales, are greatly ...'.UKir, liuiij 1(1 tlejjancc and e.'hcacy to any thing hitherto � � i'um of; tlicy will cHedlualiv preserve the '1 eeth in a r.>iind state even, to old age; wfll renuer them white and .^..iuiitul witiioutthe least impairing theEiiamEl,tASten such ^  aril loobC, keep such a$ are already decayed Irom becoming i'f^e, tjrevent the '1 oot^J-.lch, petfeaiy-ture the Scurvy in Guiiis^and make them Rrow firm and close 10 the teeth, ' (icy likevvjje remler the breath delicately sweet, and re "-'!> all ritnseiitsordersthat are theconsequenceol Scorbutic ��'iiiiisand bad Teeth, � In ordci to prevent the Impositions daily praflised Ivwprr-Y:'-' i.'iunterleiting the above meittioned loKj^-eatublished -uicmes, tivc toirosving wnrds artt.l-�?rTit^rmission) engraved ") thv stamp,   Havi,�;v and Blkw, Ccckfipur.strcet� i ondun," DiniiebacUoi eachbottleand box.       - . Y>e l-.ssence and l)i?iiTitricc are sold who|esaleand retail lUvU'.y ami |llew,^, Corksput street, price as, pd. each, ,   "ip'; included, aivl retnllby T. Sea rnlan, (late I'^rtner and loi,("'r'"' Hemet,) Georg'e.jitfecr, tlanover,.sJr:iLSir johri nhbin   Duck wort h,,t�.. gethcr� with a S wi-rd, of tliw twttiie �>f Twri rt undred G uineas, as a te;�imd;;y of the high sensethe City of London entertains: of his gallant conduct. : . ResijIve.l'UnBriimnusIy, That-th� Freedom of this City, vvith a Sword of the value of Oiiie Hundred Guineas, be presented to Rear-Admiral Cochran^; B-t-r.ae; 6t\ this City cht irtains of their exemplary conduft.' WOODTHORPE. "ANTS a Sitiiation, as OVERSEER to an ESI'ATE, a Young Man, who has been fegulaily brid t > Fariningin Roxburgh and Berwickshire, Scotland; is pnfedtly acquainted with the most improved method of Cropping Land, Draining, &c. ; has a good knowledge of Stock, writes a good hanj, is master of Book-keeping a'nd Accounts, and whosecharaiSler will be.ir the most scrudniz-ing investigation.-^Fot further particulars enquir.; of 'Mr. Duncombe, Stationer, Lincoln's J nn. N'EW STATE LOTTERY,  begins Drawing iith ofMay, i8i6. SCHEME. Prize of   �.ii,ooa i z z 3 to to 20 l;6 6,2oa is 2.1.000 lo.oo.) 5,000 i,u0o 500 .   100 JO 15,000 Tickets       . 11ve First-drawn Tickets ist Day J'ive Fi'st-Drawn Tiokets 3d Day rirst-draxim . -4th Day Ditto .      jth Day Ditto , 6Th-D;iv PricM>f a Ticket,  i^.ig 18  o �2^,006 4 ,000 40,000 ' .>   rc,ooo 10,000 J.ooo 2,000 a,8oo 135,^00 1,i,,ooo each].j;obo i,ot;oeach   ^;6d6 � -  io,o30 ao.o.io .Half,,: jT.io z   mitvUcibrrhevery disthwuisW^ |>f 77 637 24.6.;o 13.643 * .IlU Business fidelity and dispatch.^ No. 1.689 2i,*7jr &c. I.-C..&C., Public Funds transadled $-� |00 S'>o 500 with.  MORE P.Rr/,ES AND LR SS. TlCK~E-J-S. CWIFt and CO. No. ir, Poultry, (joint Con-' tractors tor the present Loit"ty,) fsel ihemislves |>vgMy ratified by'tlic general appnlMtion v\'Jiic.i) tli^'^he^ has - Tan with conlid'ence.recomrhenjtqi^ to �' rriendi and the Public, as possessing^l recei-ved. Tlicv can att'iitiori ofthcir F the . �   ,      �   , su- peiior aiU'iiiitages to the Scl'.eujes of the late Lolteriej. It coniainS'up-.vards of O; e T-housuid I'rizes more than the last Lottery, with only the same luunb-'r �f Tickets, and has even mi iiicicase of One Hviiiilred and Seventeen i'riz?s upon the May i.->uerv of l.ist ye.ir, whicli consisted of j.oab Tickets fxiotj'. "^l-'lieiiigiiest Prize.in this Lo.trery is L.z^jooo and t'e lowest L.2 i -'I 0 begin Dr.iwing i iih of May. � Hie tollowini'..Capital Pfi/.-'s were shared and sold at this ft nice in ihe Idte Lotteries, viz. No. 6,791, L.2-',oo0, .No. 2:G, b.o^t 25,824 20.1) 54 L. 10,poo . ,,10,000-.     13,000 10,00>j I No, 18.5-9 20,430 L.t 0,000 5,000 5,000 .   .. i.'.oo. 5,000 ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY. Patron-The KING'S Most Excellent,MA]f-STY. Pregidcnt-Karl r�f STAMFORD and WARRlNGTt)N. THE ANNUAL-SERMON will be preached by the Rev. Dr. MILNE, LciUtrer of St. Paul's, Dept-fordj Evening Preacher at the Loudon Lying-in Hospital, and Reitor of North Chapel, Sussex, on SUN DAY the liih of April, 1806, at St. James's Chapel, Hampstcad Uoad; and the ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL will be celebr.ied on the 1 jth of the same month, at the London TaVem. Honorary Medallions ^vill be presehkd, by theChiirmm, on the day orf'the Anniversary; andilie AnjiiJil Report tSo6, published, as usual, for the Guardians of Life ahd Friends of the above Humane [nstitution.- , ' JOHN BEAUMONT, Reg, and Sec. 'Ihis day is published, price 6d. DEAN 1"UCKER'S REFLECTIONS on the TERRORS of INVASION.   Re-publisiicd by a Friend to iiis Countrv. , - .     .Printed fpr Edmund Lloydt Harltiy-strect.  "      This Dw is pirhiislwl; prke'js. QOCRATES, a ;Dra.TiaJic I'oem ; written on the roW; .V3Modelflfthe Aniient Greek Tragedy. .Printed far G. Wilkleand J, RoiniffJn, 57,Paternoster-and:T. Becket, 8.1, Pall-Mall. ^ ;/   - Of whom nraj('';he. h;td, by the, same .A-uthor, a Trip to HollaiKj, 2-,Voli.-if::^iition, 5s. sewed. This Day js ptTblisihe2l, in . V bpa -"^LEMENTARYE 111 Besidej; iiriny others ot 2,'i('ul. '1 .oool. 500!. gc._ �      �   �        S lATE LOTTERV,        7 To begin Dniwing Monday, nth of May. HAZARD, BURNE, and CO. Stock Brokers, It their Stale Lottery tUfice, 93, Uoyal Lxchange, Lou. don, -are novv 'selling, in great variety of Numbers, Tickets and Shares tor the above Lottery. No. 10,730, a prize ot 2>,oool. on tht i8th February l.iit, was soM by tItem m one ijuarter, one Lighih, and ten Six-t nth Slwires. Tne present Lottery consists of only i^.ooo Tickets, and the "-c leniK coiilstiis 1 Fuze of L.25,000 I a     Prizes of L.io,ooo 2 -^^-- , 20.00013     -. 5,0Qo,  'sr Sails, Compasse-s &Ci ' aooBags BISCUIT BRE.M> for Dogs." ^ Catalogues to behai w^wre the gpoils. li�, at the phce of sale, and of THOMPSON SCO I't. ..      Sworn Broker^ gQt NI)>holas-lane.  , THE Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY'* PATENT ANTIBILlOdg PILLS. The exclusive Saleof this vatuablentedicine being rtov/vested solely In (he Rev> Wil. ham Barclay, and those appiipted by him, the further sale of the Pills is, ip'coi\sequence,-entirely discontinued at the ElaliotatorVf.No. 35; Bedtt.rd-street, Covent-jjarden, n(|:is-now establisheda{t thaiRev. William UarcUv'G Wanihou4e,; Leicester�squute I where the public may {je^issur^'tS^liaittbg' them tn their piire.ai)d genuine state.. Mr. ttkhajr^iButnrr* No. 4, Cliear;hi irii oscnri, .dilucidazibne grammaticalicd imitaziohi dai Classicj antichi ; il tutto riveiVutoda R. Zotti, ad uso de�{li'Stu'.! osi delii Im-gua It.iliana ; a vol. ij-.tio. in boards, los. ; ditto'sup.rfiiie paper, ics. ; dit;o superli;ie paper, 8vo. il. is.-ad'ly.'Opete Scilje dell'dbare Meiasrasio, rivi'dute da L.Tiardmi, rl us-i dogli Stiidioai delj.i lingiia Italiann, ada. Edizionc, cor'reita ef ticorrettada R. Xotti, z vol. lamo. in boards, lo*. ; ditto superfine'jMper; rjs.-sdly. A Genera! Table of all Italian Verbs, bath regular and irregular, by whicli thairconjuga- coloured. lotte- ...... . Payne and Mackinlay^^Sttand.; I^aosey, 4, cud Broiui�street, Royal. Exchange.;; Lgckingtou and Cn. I'Uishury-Sguare. -:' cboNTlN^ HOU^Ii DICTIONARY.    ^ -IJfjidcs iiTihorteil bv 'P. Bor>s{.v,.4, Broad-sttect, ExchangN � Ji^ COUTING HOUSE DICTIONARY in the JrX. English, Cnrman,! Dutch, DInish, Swedish, French, Italian, Sp.iiiiih, and Portuguese LanguagCi.   ,       g Uy Ur: NEMNICH, Author of several useful Coinmcicial Publications, 8vo. ' price i4. 5s. . The.said ftr�lt being in general use in all M Tchitxts.' ;^^5Di4i^Mi^JJziw��n ogjha ,Ca.,va�>^�y-.wmr ��,: c*:�illarly useful to those in this Country, who trade with any of tn ; above Foreign Nations." W..aten Lexican,;. otj Didlionary of Merchandise, in twelve languages, 3 vols. il. 6s. Po.!yv;Jot* 1 exion-f Natural. History, in more than loo Lat^fpiaiTcs, 3 thick vols, 410. 4I. 4�. Rodiiig's Cnmplete Marine l.)ii:tioiary in all I.'u.npenn Langi ancs, 4 v�ls. 4'o. with 115 plates, prici 61. 6s.      , Tonning Beschricbung des ,Orrs in aMerkuntilischcr flin-sichr, is.. I'd.  '  : �. . : �       .: \-   �   '.   � LET 1 ERS by Dr. FRANKLIiV; ai-.y a PoEM Dy Cu>''-PEK, never bufore puhlishctl. On Tuesday, April ist,wil?j[.be,pvibhj?hed. No. Ml. of . THE MON'fHLT REPOHr'rORY.- OF ,THE. OLOG Y and GEN E k AL L l.T K R A 1 UR E. i J t av ,11 coii'aui,' with a v.arirtyof o;her iivicrcst.ii'g'matterv an Original Letter, by Dr. Franklin, and a Poem, by.^Cowper, never before pubiish.'d. :   r.' The Monthly Repository consists of two parts; viz. a Magazine and a'Review,- 1 hs Mag.-jzine Part contains' interesting Bipgraiihical sketches. Moral and Thfological Disquisiticns, Biblit;;il Criticism, Sel.tt Poetry, and .Original Conimunicartons.--^The Review i-i.-tice. M �publications of importance in Mora.s and TV.erjlogy, aiKl-analyzes and discusses th-i merits of  the .nvst. celebrated" Works. Tpthese two parts aie. annexsdjDiiObituary,"'a Catalogue of new Book.s, an.l c'pioiis Lii,er,irv aiid.;Reli)ri''i,;s Intelligence. The who'e. will' torm,v.:in,;uall;', one lir'..c oilavo volume, whu-h will be accamp.iiiieu bv'a yearly Retrospect of Theology.        - .N. B. Another Letter.of Pf. Iranklin will be puoliih-ed in the Repository ot May nevr. �.   . Sjld.by VV, Vi�ller,,i87, iliKh Holborn; an I H; D. Py-monds. Paternoster-row, price is. llii* Day i r indecilbv ;tny oj;l;�r ipeans.   ,   ."   . '' yond'iij printed forH. D, Syrflonds. Paternosi.rr-row. .'1 his DavUi.ixftJlishea puce oiilv is. CONCISE TREATISE  on FEMALE <^OJVlPL.A-l!�/TS;.-T^y -E. &EN.VTE. M. D. "j^a tMs4l(^k |s.mtcnd y pacc^n jind Co i qiianlitiet of iht follounng (feiirlp/Un of Stavcs:-Crown Dai.tzic PIS'E, BRANDY, and H antzic, Hamb'ro', Stettin, anQ Qiieb.-C PIPE STAVP.S; ai the reitteti'Vi: firryn-. ivU m>J> ikjkep'opotalt ihtieof tfi/leahtiact to 'dtllvet into the Viduititlnt^ Si'irtsdt Df^tftrdand Pijinouth, intuehfroporthntiit shult lifrc aftirlit delermhieit upcin, or.e l\>lf 4ji il/f 3 1 w,f Oaih't' >-eAr, .i^rJ the itiKa'rider ty i hi: ' f h Ct.M'i.r J J.';i:',r .'i-    /, �/�k-I'/ ).4f.tififr ,.' fff''if>t I'f dkriun vMkMrulftdJc*^^ VfC'fUALLmG OFFICE, .vj-rcn 24, i5.iO. ' J ""HE Cammiminen fcr Vizlualiing HisMitjestyi JL Nuiy do, hertiy give^.'a/cr, Th.jt on lye-l/ieidaj, ibe ^/b of April n&xC, th'y u>ill le rtadv to rr'ceive rerdr.j in ivri.mg f staled up J, and tre.it fik ibehllozuihg qxar.iiiiei of llVJi*. "HOOP.S, -I'iz:   �'  ' VATT HOOPS - too) BUTl'HOOP.S . 250VT0 PLATE HOt>PS,        - roo) I'ons. or }o Jo- rttry q'/antily of filher dir.im'inalion n'A /rii t^Mt, Ffim ' Tt.ns ; to be delivered-in   Ten IVcet:, iy'Wrhiy froponi'.,.'!, ihto HisMttjes:y's\yiftn.illing.?torti at.JJfspjfprd,. and is be paid for, ly Bills p,iy:ible-v..ith Interest ninety days after efatr. The Conditions Of tij; Conir.tcl and Sjmples of lie tIo}ps may be seen atthe'SecreJa^y's OJfce.'    ' No regard uiili I.e h.id'.to any Tender in ubich the price iball not it: Intrted iKl:.or isMt length, r..- ih.nt sb.tl' nil be dtfivereJto . the B^'ardflef^re One o'Clock on the saiaif^edtesihy, the ijlly oj Ayril next, r.-.r unites the ferres';oiultnj; m s>ze with Dr. Mavor's British Nepos; price 5s. boimd, with  the full .Vlow.injf to Sohiiols, THE CLASS BOOK ; or. Three Hunereat pre.sent exiit several excellent tooks IcT teach -ig;Reaning ai;d Elocution, the ohject of ihciiutueiiui e.vtend beyond the in re combination ot words ; and they consist aim. st entiicly of passages teleited with icference. 10 beiuty of cop.i|o*iiiot\ on|y. Ill the iiroser.t Work, Ele>;ancc lift been �.mil.d v.iili Utility ; Sound ai.U Siii.se have bv;.;n sfjiiicusly C7m.')inetl ; and Eloi)nenc; has always.been a.ljptcd to the purp6>e- of InstrutVion. In shot, every one or the l.cs'ons iri tlis CUss Bot>k, is calculated, to inak's the Voui g'Readrr both Wiser and hetf.^r. The Author's r>wt^ experience as a Te-aoher, su^^tsted tv him riedtvlsiuii ot his B.jok ii-tp I'hree Hund'tni arnl Si\!\-five Le3so.;5,.or (.>ne lew.every Da/ iLe Year; iifachnf v^hxh, t!)e suhji-'Cl matter-is^enetaliy tin'ishvni within t.�; snitable length of a Lesson.- 'Ihis divisi.;n, it is obvi')i;.s. will bs attewled \%i;h an eqiial dcgr:e  lic Seminar*'. � Printed tor 'Richard Philips,. No. 6, Rri-lk-e-str-et, Bisci.-friars  and to be had of all Dooksellersin the 'Uhit�t Kingdom ., "~ Li-D SURVEYING.     �    ' y This Day is published, illtistta<�l witha sriatc v.'.rietyi^ Copper-plates than any o her W. rk of ni-- hir.i^ a d a ms, n-u-s      poiii;i, nPHE ELEMENVS of LAND SL'RtiiViNG.', X   ill all irs Bram,ili;s,pr.cti'i.;.]) ...I.i.m-.iI ro tli.-uj^-.-f Schools iinl !�tu.l."r.ts ; .nu. i-cUv' I iig iiionif trv ;  land .�, ei u. 1      ! ble, rh-'.Hbllte, .-l-.d Uliior l.-siri:;;, or riiJv t,r;)Cii�i ; t;ie  Oi Tra i; ;s, pliiii :iml coloured ; comr.U-te Pa.iits o; Mn-s rrrid 1 ,i;;i;.:iii.s, Losa- B) .r;:RA:iAM CV.OCKllR, l.ai d hurvcyir ot I-;.ci:n-.', in S. m-'-s'tyhir.*. The oV.j:xt ot the A;i i'.:;ic .1 rui- \; oik .".u.s i.t-.n ;v pro.!..r�- sci.^niitic ;irriiiV,einciit an.! j'.rspivuif v wjh .M.-.'.v r-.uv c,i�il-wellnno.vn SVit-'in ot ..n-. i-r.-.ii.' 1. Lv ! E.i.:cizv tudcnts ; ar.um inujua! vs s-i-c h s K-en inciirred to product such ti',:r.ivi.-ijs, pl.iui a.nl ccl >ur-e.l, as ."ih.iul.; completely initiuci ihc r-^'inV Su; w.o: u\ t urpartant art ot curte ra .^uv'.  i'rintedt.-r Kichitr.U'hiMips, .v.-      l.r>;.-.-t--stfe-t, Bi.irk-'friars j and ti> be had of a'.l liooZ-.tJu-ri in the t mtca isi (h^m. __� N!=w r.i.r.y.'::s i\\i dm t>;.i-?, ilUuu atw-d ..v tn M.i..s, An EASY GRAMMAR of JliS 1ORY, -.t-cier.t and. mod.-rn, bv r:ic:�ns i>! v>i!:ih mim iiiiji'irtn:t su,*-. jeit m�/,fot thetirsi-t'ine, b! pfAC'.k.i.i) tjccut ii>-Sf.ioi.J; j writ!,;!! on the approvsa Plan ot t.ol.i.-mnh'i Grjiiui.a: ^.i -By the I'cv. j. ROniN�;ONf, Master of the fret; ("rammar -School :�t Huv^nsfsnodal?, m V\ cstmorcfaiul. ' Pr-.nieeially e�t�.med tt:e 'most praslical s.ysti.-m  extant, with i\umeio�3 maps, fiic.   Ly the l
                            

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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