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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                WEmESDAY,  APRIL % 1806. rmct ^ GROSVEhJOR most respiecifully begs Iciv^e -w cdtculaietlmoit lirtmirahly for tlie infonnMion nn.l m-nuitiyivof Gliiltlfen, wliilc tatheih it aiu�t;ars a mere ainust-'is.1t which jjascvef b&juaUnwcd tli�j best Jriodeoit c hv y. ,,. iiisrriitlion t.i.iuveniie mirnis;-T�iy Houies Kuniisiieil in ^ '^ _ ...1..        l\-*ti� ..^.��..^r;.^:^.;^/! Ill n itl-�ii- ',.)fti � illy..... Suuir IJoxca ami ... 'K I'ockot Uouks, mouMtuil ti l>okI ihe newest Fash-yery Micl Sily.'f; I'ancy .�HrticlesoJ all kiniUi olrV ihe newest i Jtjiglish JHid Foreign Vcrfusnery, of the jier quarii.., , .....----- -----_    . .    ,.    . I^oiliiii*;, witli or vviihniit le^nifnn to tridini; the Wittering o-f sprinkling Grain on the Floor. whiKt M\aking into Malt, Mr.VVM HOVVKR inTheChairj It was iiMiinim tialy resolved, Thitthe (estrnilioiis iiilposcdby the ab.ivc Seflions have been found by experience to be ptoduttivc of the most injur rioi(scbnae(jU''nc'es,'and t.> subjett the fair tradef to great tlil-..ficulties aiiu! luiil'shrps, without any adequate advantage to the Revenue. '. '       I'hat a Petifion.be presented to, Pai-liamenr, and that the Petition now prepared hod read,- be approved, aiid sig u-d by .eachlh�ti*�dwal^)re.-e:i(r5iid seijtt.i tUeotlwwAWtntfrs in ihS .Cuuiiitf"ft>r theirHiguainieS. That the Merhoei'S fiir the County be reci rt such Petition ; and that the Members for the several Jloroughs in the Coiiiity be also rAtJested to suiiport �the same.       ;.; -   ' � -'iV   i \ 'I'hata Silbseriptipa beenieredinto for defraying the neccs sary expellees. 'I'hat the Ch^irinfian and  Comm'-ttee appointed at thii Meeting. '''' any three of them, do from time t*4 time j>urhl'e^ isuch other measures as they,ni.lv deem p'oper'and requisite (ai carrying into eirctl the bbjeas ot" the toreguing: t .VlAS 'GOU L1) REA D, S^c. and Sol icttor. A XS^^iiiX^JyiESSRS, OXENH Cabinet ,--Wah^rs fl�s erb and Fasliion-able hV r^f 11-ur li'cqiHprjsidfrelegant amiatitique cr/uches, clrawitiig-'i'corti cliiiirseii ouitiu ; Ijliewiiie diniiig, farh'Ur, cur^ ricle, Ashbotiriihdin iiiid Uxb'iidgechflrs, hnished hi the first .7tyle;-h�nd?oine tiining tables on nevv and iinoroved principles. togetlK-r with every article in the Cabinet andUphol-Vtciy line, froiu the plainesMd the niosi superb. '� Geiitlffmen will lind it worth tlie.rattention, as tvery thing is cliargeil ai a very 1 >w oiice for |�rcseiit Money ciily. FOWLER.'s GREEN PAINT. No. 30, Wall. hriKik. A most bfcautilul coknr, which far eximl Verdigris or any otiiir (Jrc-n, Its I'roperties are generally known, having been many years in the highest itpute for Vaintiiig boats, is nieafly almired on Pailingi &c. in Pleasure Oroi.nds.and unlvcfsally preferred by those wllo have used it for Painting in geti.^ral, beinga fiiier Green, of irtorediira-fde 5^ialiiy, a.id a better preservative of 1 roil Work, than any other composition. rhe extensive Sale and ir>creasing demand for th's Paint, fender arty recomine'dation troniriie Prhpiietor unnece'ssary, being the best proot its giving satis adton to the PUbhe. I'repared 111 (.'il lit for use, a..d sold it 4s. 6d. (ler (b. foe Ready Money only. COLiDS.VlITH'S HAI.I..-rWtisTY I'OUNOS REWARDi ,     � T. OST, between the Borough and Broad-streef, a X-i small Red P.)CKEr l?i)()K, containing sundry Let-: ters, Meiiiuraiidititis, &c, and alsj the undermeiitionevl iiills 61 Exchange, viz. �  ' Drawn by D. Callaghan, onKirvWn ai\d Sons, datsd Cork, 20th March, 6ociays, loool. , l)itfo, ditto, ditto, ditto, loool. Oiii8,H!iiglays awl Co. ditto, ditto. loOol. Ditto, ditto, ditt�( ditto, loooI. .     , Thejibove not accented. -Drawn by Geo. Drevar, on Thos. Row�:rcft, Esq. dated piibliii, i7ih Feb. 60 days, 500I. Ditto, dilto,;ditto, 2Stll Feb. ditto, Joobli nlvto, Pgmiells, VoUet and Co. on Udrtlett and Erine, Oporto, ,11 July, 9 months, to8l. l>itt y wHoih tWJy c^m be replaced � i�iilt"'Sec6nds:nHi4t-hange. Notice is gimi to stop the ac-ceptanceaiid.i'avmeiiT.      . . .- ' ^ '^hfafen'fpino6i'''r'      ''�'" � '�� � ' tlkfOUS J ELL Y MOULDS.-JOHN G' ioyed. � � URSUAN T to a Decree of the Fligh Court of Cliancety. bearing rtite the 20th flay.of May, 1805, made in a Cause, vvherein JOIIN ULUNTv the elder, and others are Plaiutilfs, and ROBERT JOHNSON and others are Defendants } the Crediors^of Robe.t Johnson, Henry Grey Mc. Nab, John Leighion, Thomas LeightQi, and Thonia.s Telford, latebfHilling'ley, in the County of Salop, anu of Byker, near Ne\*casll�-upon-Tyi\e, in tl;e County of S'orthunibtjrlatid, Coal Miners, carr) ing on Trade under the Hrm of Johnson and Co. ate forthwith to coine in ai\d prove their Ocbts before Samuel Cotnpton CoXi Esquire, one of the Mastersof the said Court, at ins Chambers, in fesutliaiop-ton-liuildings. Chancery-lane, London, or in i.>efiult tlieicof, they will be excluded tiie benefit ot the said Decree. KTEW-INVENTED HATS.-In cow�?qHejiCe of 1> the very great compUints of late of thp bad quality �t h.'.n, has iiiducetl'Mr. H/VI' E.ofNrf. 71, Strand, who.has resided there these twenty years, to try th�f (Experiment of mixing tnoles tiir with beaver, and Mvhich ht iiac found to answer his most ardent exueelations, not only for their ttiu'i-bility, which, on trial, \vtll be found to wear oiit near two cuch hats^s are made 3n the usual Way, the mole fur male  !"g them soflnuch finerand of'a chiscr texuirt: th tn the \*i. tiuiiscoatse hirs that are usually made use of in. the inanu-{�lAurer cjtflome as well as their taKinR.a itiost beautiful black,, wjnch will.rep tain their coloufj and keing the Manu ladiifcr of his o\Vn Hi-tsi he sells tllemat' thti low piice;X)f�rL 5s. slainp in-cluUcd. Army, Na.vyy Folding, and l.jidjesvHjits,- Gcn-tleinonitt the Country should send the number of inches routid the butSKieof the crown.--'Worthy the attention c1 the, Trade and Merchants ifiV Mporfation.:-Mule.^skifis hwght -in any. quantityi-^Letters � (l>ost.paKO resp^iling Mole bkini only, att'sn^-^d to;,' at hats, atv.l with other good qualities s the tur will le ofl', vvhipn has been so much complained of iate.ly, ^VVi personal beauty in both iexes; a�d �� s�'"?,P"" Europeare-esspntiahthpersons; of rank< The B.^N.t'ANa ^0aF, �r Indian WasininK Gakes, \^Mses� the peou<�iar property of giving the mast exqURitB tteJueacyor tcxtute, ana iiKonqaivaWelftiitiiesa.'to %the.,hand�. Which '�ate oonstantly Mrashedwith this Soap ; and these cttbdt* stre^nck p*4uml too suddenly, as it by paint,.btftii)yT|!r�t erieiioe �my "wt � -       -      Sold^bysNie , n�ar Tem-*t)*e�bi'i, 4?, .....' b6*er, -m ^ hSShN 11 '\ L S>ALr ot-^LEfl, NSi    ^ � ' For falling Iron -Mvulds. Ink Spots, .U�a ,\Va{W. apa other uses^asaivibstituie for Lfiaious, ,i';cM ,�'i�iei)�Iu�g the box. --1   '1/1'   1 '.   � -.: '     '<<�' soW under tl* tltW'.of SaJV ofteliiuns. �fe not only ineltWhial, but that tfrty^tiut^- *|f June lie xt, tlnytvilt Le reaiiv to itceii-e Tentien in s lorififiir mukep'opoiutt theieoffi illco/iH.icl Jo delh/er into ihif VUtiniilii-.y St'iits >it DeflfirJ'iiiil I'lymouth, insiieb-pr'>p->rtio>n u! slj.li iere-after te dcteriiiiiifJ iip'jti, rme kitfhy the 'ixst of October' itvit, aii,( the nni.iinJfi- hy the %iit 'if DecemberJoilowiiig, Xf he p>^iJ fr iiy li'ili, j-aval.U tiilh inleeit, ninety liuys afiir duie. The Cuiiditions of the Conliact may be leen at the Secretary i N. B. AAj tender for a le^sl quaatily thnh Fify Than sand PrfAij^'t Oa."taii- Pipes, Ten Thiu-uitid Crjtpn Duntxjc Urj/rdjf THuffilv Th'iuiand Crown Dinixic Hoi^shtad, or Tiuenty-ji-vt Thouufid li'uck DMita't, ll.mbnt', i^leitin, or Q,tiiiec I^ipt ittui-e\, nuillbeud^nitled. No regiird will'le I'tdId diiv Tender inivh'cft if>e Pric? shall not be tnsfiifd i't -s-jn.,/j jt, lengili, or that ''..ill nolle .iiiiye'ol to the /iu.ird Lefn'e :Ont o^Cl*ck on ibe ijid P'rid.iy the iitb of "jfune HiKC, nor unlesi the {'erti-/ tuhi inuln't the Te'idct, oi idnt \er.\on OH his beh.ilf, .itlends. In antxuer tohen cal.ed for. A' STATE OF IHE NATION. In a few Days will be puMiihed, N ENQUIRY into the STATE of the NA-TlOV at the cotnnirnceih�nt of tlte pireseiit AD.'�li-NISTKATION. " In liiiius modi re, tantoqu! hello, Miiximtc cn.raicst, uttjira; copii*. Ft opibiis tenere yix paisitinus, e4 Nlatisiietudine ct cnfitinentiS Nostrft, vcciorum tiilelitate teiicamus." .        r       . Cic. Ffj'ri Pr'iited for Longman, flurst, Rees, ami Orm.-, Pjimiis-tfj-row. RKLiGlGUS A 'n-.i-'t'v is'JAiWis'-.e-!, i-.r te 4-'.. a > N EXMORTA'! ION to the NAyY-OFFICE. March Jt. 186. V. Pri/icipal Ojiccrs and Commisihuvrs of JUs X   Mijejty'.t Nauf do herelj'give N',lice,Tmi'/� W k!>n tA-nat, t/m <)rhifnext month, al� Tei o'CM in the dwfnnon, �CimiHisiw:er. Siif Charleii Sjxtbo, Baft. Wy <-.vf9te h '{i,tle. OBSf:XVAK'CE of <;0'0D FRIDAY. HyBEILBY, Lord IJishop of London. Printed for F.Card f. Riviti,tton, No. 63,   j, Matiytard, No, 195, Pittradilly. t)f whotn iTi::- b.-hail, ; .ThePASSION J ora iie-criptive awt Critical Narrafve 6f the Incidents as they occnirsd^ on each .May bfthjVyeek, in vvhich Christ's .Sttllerings ar; Conlmjmorated, with Re-U'di-^ns, calciilatod fr^r r^iigioits i.iiprovenient.   Hv. Tlw-' inas Knowles, l?.D. Piete;idary ot Elj-.   'i'he second tcJi-tion, pfn'e l^mnri,. 3s. ^dy ���,�-�-,...,- ,      LANCASTLR'S plan of Ei>UCATiO.n.' Thisday iijiu.);ish?d, piice IS. 6d. LETTER,  respectfully addre*scd  to ths at the Pay Office in his Majesty't T,ird, tieai Ppn-.mouih, iei.i.r^l ci>nii\tiiifrof Old Canvass in Paper StnflV Junk in ditto, and shikings,-Colour*, with -I ablt-Mgj Rone in Paper S|nlfi Lashing, Rounding, Spvin-yarn, &c. &c. All lying in the said Yard. '! _ li'here UNyfersons tvifhi'tif lo become fiirch.istr', viay AjtS" j "" the dibeny of �i-ieu-ing' ihe ui'/ii! dui.ing the common 'iijikt")^ i T hourl uf the Vuvd, uni''ltl>eD.-tvol'!'\alc. Jmvii dries tind C'liidithns of i'.i.'e iH.iy be hud here, and ar IS HOPS and A RC i-I P, 1SH OPS of tlte CH U !i CH orENGL.'\NI>, on Ml. JOSEPH LANCASTER'.^ PLAN fertile Education of tiie ioWer order in th-; Community. Printed for John Stockdali, PicCidil'y. . Of whom tUay he hud in f'lio, with nine Maps snd IM^fP^j pr-ce to Subiciibcrs Oi.e Quii ea, of on tilie paper \vitli coloured Pliite,;, il. us. 6d.-^l'arl i. SebonU F.ditioii of Camden's liritaniiia, enlarged bv the lat,*;.st Oisccveriej. Rv RICHARD. CO:UGH. NAVY-OhFlCk, Marcli 24, t!(o6. '"TPIIE Ptbuipal Officers (ifid CoMi/iiatj'iers r,f His X Maye-ty's Naty do heiil.'y^ive Nptlir, thtt onThttrs-�diij, the i.t of April next i Jl One u'Cl-Kk, t'e-i M.'ilt he \e.idvfo tieul uithsiich fe ton' ii :.Ml Dock Yardsand this Office ivii!} CCJ.ALS.' A furnt of the Tender, i-vlth the Qtianlity of Co As lUjnied, Map Le \e-n al tijit Office. �  No Tender iudl be received jfrer Twelve o'Cloekoii the djy of ti'tily, nor my n'jticeili unless the pMiy, m an a^enl jar him^ attends    ... '-pHE NAVY Office, March 47. 1806. Right llonaufitble the Lnfji Ccimmissmers of JL ills Majesly^s Tteasitry Ifa't/iiig a^piilnle^d"Aleney^ fj-r the payt'ieht'J^ihtlf-pity'ti) SedJ'OjJiCitru'Jiom lie 11/ July it the 2lit D^-c^miii- i^tj, dccordf/ig to- fJis iVJsjesly's Esi .blhtmieiit on thM'i'ehutf,'the>e ate to give no ice, that the ie-ueral putinlniis in-ill bt^in to be made til ihe Pny-Office, b^ ihe Tiviisr'er of. lis Majesty's Nu ly, .1/ Ten V Cloik. in the Auorning on- the fit. -.v-ingdays, -vixi. ', . On Moiiilay, the 7th- April^.to Admirals, Ca;ptaini, and their Atttornies. On Tuesday the 81 h, an.J AVidnesilay the c .^h.w s i^tn Thtrtsday tl-J: irir Attor<-ies. After _____,._______first and third Wednesday in every month, that all pers-ns may thr-n ai'd tiiere attend toiecCive what mav bee ,ino payable to thrin,, arid not oitlj bring with theajndavit requited] loiiclvng their not haviin; e.ijj)Td the benefit of any public empiiiyment either arsea or on ihore, duiing the, time they are ti) be paid ilteirllalt-pay, but also to pr.xiuce Certificates that they have subscribed tQ-- the Test, and taken tfe Oath-* ol' .Mlegiancc, required by AoT of Parliament, to his present iVlaje.^ty, and in c)isc any of the said t^t^icers s'loiild not b.; abl-to atrerd ihenlsrlves. but employ Atlornies lor that purpose, tilat t'le said Attoruies   produce the like Certificates and .Affidavits Irom the I'ersr^ns they arc emplojal by. \Vhcr6 <) tliceri are abroa.i on leave, tlijlf .^ge.its are to pro-"dticeaitssteu popics of such leave before ilie Half-pay can tie paid. -.^ And ashy .4d of rarliament passed in the 35 th year of his present Majesty's rci^n, cntiUcU *' An .'\d for estdbiisliin; a ."more easy and espeditii)ioi nieihoJ fvr the j)a) ineiit of OlH-*' c. rj bcloni;ing to his Majesty's Navy," it ii enaticd by the a th Clause ot the said Aci, Tint if any Cnmmissiine'd " f.r Warrant Naval Oflicer who shall be tiuitli'd to receive " Half-p^ay, and shall be desirous to rxe've aiirl be paid the " sahie" at  er, 183 , wilt conw.eiice paying cm the 7ih April " " 111! all persons des-.rous of having their Halt>|>ay reiiiit-them mav ajiply .ns aHove dirrded. CO.ViP.'^NluN  to THE PITER \^,.E. Ihis day is published, i>rice gs. 6d. in boards, or ios.61, bound in p-'d, inoi'.e thick aiid closeiy printed Volunw, the sije of P.ebrett's and Kcars.ey's Peerage, BIOGRAPHICAL 1NJ:>EX TO THE PRE. next, an ted to Stump-Otfice, Si.nversct-P iace Al.-trch 22, 1S.6. WE, IIis Majesty's Coirtmissiotiersfor manngttigihe Stanp Duties, duly authirised by the Lards Comiliis. Five First-drawn T?oVe�i( ist da'y l.i,oni11 , be ..i;f�tli,iatlly abated imtii a Bidding shall be made ; an(l,.unon such l^id-dinir, Kuy Person may advance,- and the h'ljhestfiidder wiU be declared the Farmer, atulwillKbit te(|uirqd ta ay dow4i 'imniediatelv, ih Uank Note.s, One �ighthrPart^ufchf'^unual Rent theieiif as a Deposit. V-1, m "tsue the'C^slfrifl shall not be accepted at !i Price whieh'shitU bedeMtiel.tAeproper Value thereol^ il Will be wuhdrawu^ and ntlii!rMrjae';dt�|WS i.k . W. K. SPKNCEft, Vr. lake;.. ED, f, ha^TOJf. ROYAlJifiXeHANG? assura^cb Of��rfe. .tu    �         ''''' ' ' '   '    Mvch, r�oil XT %(ti itfjaMt aie Mrrij' jirf r:i�*i/ mif&^:Mivirtd:at' (be PmpiVtj/'i. Ojhcts, oxrr /*� Rttaf , ��!rWM,'^aW ia J>0U.mH, *^ kuiM^iisiv tAeU ferjirrtht Agnit* Tn (if vnitfiilC(iuif\ks,t\ tHd titfjiiuuitt jim/ittl^Mre ibi-^'of 2^ 17 Sent, �f Utf itiui/jffM* DjjtJJigwTfir SA.teL, I;.�l5*H nc. JUtt, ^*t. -A i^i^" iL sent HOUSE of COMMONS, confai.Mvg brief but correcl Notices of the Livfj, tlie Family aid i'ariy Conn^-x-ions, the SdnatOlriil Cluirac'.cr and Condiid; sn 1 ail other Useliil and satistadory pnrTicu^ars relative to all the M L M-bers of the COMMONS HViUSE of P ar LI AM en f j; drawn up and printed as a Coiiipaniontothc Court Kcilei,danf aiul the Pocket i'eeiages.; In an .'Appendix are gVenall the Divisions which have taken jiliceou great Public yuesiioni during seyeiai years ''"'printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Brlige-streCt, Stock, friars ; sold bv- lilacks, and Parry;," LeaderthalUsirect; F. OstcU, Aye-Maria-lane s and to Be had tjf all bookselkts hi tuvyn a-dcounnr;/ ,^>^^: jyNlUVSI.E ITERS '. This d.iy is rublishrd, i.i TivOelegant Vulumes. small Svo; "envbeUrihed witti bv-autifulPtitVraits, by Caroline Wiitsohj price 12s. in boards, ACOMPLETE and AUTHENTIC EDITION ot the CELEhRATEl) LETrEKS of JC. NIUS, cont;�inins rnuch additional Matter, and much Information, ntrt to be fou-.-.d hi any other Edition. < .-Vmorg the Additions at illustrative N.aies, historical and biogtapfiical-, aid j. An Enquiry relative to the .Author of these papers, in which the pret.-nsions of varioiis supposed writers arecrtiicaily examined, and the name of the real Author ascertaintd. .     , : By JOHN ALMON, .Author of the Lives ot the Earl of Chatham and John VVilkes.oi ^n-.cdotes, Histo ical and Uiottap.hicaL /  be be  the last work of the vjieran Editor, who wa-< liirimatel) conn^id-ed With the most etnir-entpoiiiical character.^ of she petiotl in wliich Junius wiote, and a'so as being the cpmpUtesr,  the che�pc.,ti and ilie mott.eUgant Udu.on extant Priitied f ,r Kiclrad Philips,Brid^e-btrce*, l(lackrri�rs, and i) be hadof all Uou^ks  Books, N; H. AiJton  11< S of L ; ODi Thisday was pubiiihidj nrice is. OJ. TSfo. aS, (New .    / SetiCs) of - THE UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE for Marcfi i8'i6; embelltshetl with a highly fit-isli.d Portrait of Lord CoUingwood, and coniainm*: genuine Alemitrs of i.^e LiJcof this tliitiiiKuishril .-^dhnirjl. Among a Vafietv of oilier inie.-esnr.g original Articles, this Magazine will al.-o comprise-Obscrvitions on the .\strono-myot the Hindoos ; an Excursion 1 to Waies, .Aristoilc's Poetics abiiMge!, with Notes ; a F tth Letter on the Ma-mcement id the Poor; the Wig, tn Iinitutiovot the S|n;c-Mtor.No. a ; Historical and Piiilosoph'cjl Que;tio;is j the Pulpit, -No. 2,on rhe late Fast Day ; Netsoniana, or valuable .�^necd -tes ot 1 Old Nelscn : Reviewjof Ulooirilield's ' Wild Flosversj'and Mis;S Ed!;ert'orth*s Lev>i.ora-j Ungtnal Poetry, and the Draina : AccoimtJ Of James liany; R. A. i-f .Vlfs. Carter, and lit .Mr. K:iiig, the Comeilian : Pnil?>sophicjl and Literary Iritelligencs, Domestic Iniide.iis.ifc. 5;c. The.UniversaJ Magazine is publislieif regularly on Ibi? firsrdavoleverytnonth, and istheonly Moninh Pulilici- � ti nthat^is general m its plan. lil>erd in ,,its roiido^, and, therefore, utvversaUy interesting. It is, at the'simc time, prit.tctl withaclea type, o", Sn^tl paper; and its embellishments arc notuawurti-yol the general character of the work* Four Volumes are already pnblislied. Price to?. 6d. each, neatly half bound and- ieitenal, coinpiehcnamg tlte years -'^inlialyaiii^ February iSc6. cem.anrd highly finished Pot-traits of A lexander I.Em per-^r pf.R ussa, and Matqois Cot n-wallis, with then. I locraphical Memoirs.    . .-LohJoh: Publisltedbv H. D- Syinon.l.'!. PjitMnnster-'ow, HEALTH AND LvNv^r.Vi � V^^ ^ or; j AM ES'S ana L E PT iC and -VN T lu iLiO U S >T'HE Cel^rUy of the .Analeptic-pills, as a jge- X iiWal Prcservativepf Healihi isbsrcoiire imivrrsal, twin ilwirLHteacy >� those CompUints, �N>.^;ehcoutinna�'y disturb the HuJnan rjme.sueh a? CoU^, Rb^minsms, He..d. Bowels -vlhich arise from l.h^vic.ssitude�;<� our cliniaie. ..r fmm indVt&\ce in tttc tuxdcfes- of Itfte j and tl^o saUitarr the bodv^Ss), wirhoufcteHuiuug      p�r�eula} regimen or Snfine.lw.  ttut tiw.ugli theAnatemicI'lils XiaabH-te bihous M;.loaicrdetp.jA*ed disotdets. yet tsi aSfi-"aWtb-��ivc,tK^ �  liomtnendettin aid by a� einiucnr Physi> ra;>� who Las ns.-d a|>v4� ass, th�t wi.i>ld often aifon^ 'ellct J indi&posi^lon, and ptevent thenl ccms.queiibcl^ delay*   , �    . : ' Sjild Qtlly by P.. Nift\�bery and Sons. No. , Chutsh-vard,on the Cos�li-way, four doors to ' �     " "at Dr. J.lines'* ' lepuc i'ills� price' itie Antiti Obi�#rve that I ^_ juw et^rafill ia im   

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