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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                No. ,4245 T �^HE EXHIBITION of the LEVERIAN MU: iS4iUM wiH PiN\tLv CLOSE this present Month. Admittanre One Shilling. N. B. The Sale by Auftwn comrneiic� on Monday, the yth of May nexr, tjntlie Premisis.-CataiogucstD be h>id at \he Museum i and at Messrs. tving's and Louhse's, Hing- � RCJYaL AMPUITHEATKE, ASTLEY'S, '      V/ESTAIfMSTIiR-BRlDC'ri; tjiijiar th&Pirtronaae iff tttcir Roy^l HKhivessss Uic rrince of �*lr^JB*JP|fiRc are that ihe , A*  wfeefc interior of this I" heatre, ilurint; the winter, har ifac-n newly decoratoi and will open tor the slnnmei* season on iViaNIJAY NE^T, April 7, i8oS, \vhcn wi^l be Vre-aemed,tneVer petfotmcd, �new operatical anacrenlic Uallet o't Aition, coTijJosetl by Mr. Giroux, sen. a'.d produceil by Mr. iGiroux, juti. wiih new inii-iic, ne-v dresses, jind appio-�rute new sceiwrv, oidled HVLAS ,AN� SVI.VIA j or  ^UrilJS IIEVI-NJJE:'   l'rihci|.al Charddprs, Cupid, JVlws Carolina fiiirOHXi Hyiis, Mr. Giroux { Sylvia, Miss ' OifoiixV ^   �tisi their Krst appeaifance at this Theatre, llyinin, Miss : ^en^;inson ; Satyrs.rMr. 'I'avlor and Mr. Duliolsj Fricstcss sef li^nat-Mrs. Watlacis; and l-aitnus, Mr. I.a Toiae. . Immediately atter wjtich, also (uever performed) an entire iynevv Grand'Spelade, iiiicrsi>ers?d with songa, ihiets, and  cljorusses; called rilE THKEIi SISTERS aiidUie GOLDEN BULL.   PrincipalCha'aftars, Mexiradsand Peirii^/t- ';adS-the Inca (bri>ther in law to Sabrina) M'.. Mccerot; .ICajatzan, Mr. Boulanger- Aliaya, Mr. Taylor; Cli>ii).t3-�ipoco, Mr. Diibqis j Hii;h Prigst, Mr. Ridgway,; Tiger Hun- � �rs, Mtss. Isaacs and Woolf, of the Royal Circus (his tirst 'at>pearanc�at this Theatre); Eisherman Mr. Rose(j!so from jthe'Roval Circus, his fir'siapp?ar.nnci at this Thcane); I'isii rraian'a^on. Miss Caroline iJirouxVlaiid Sabi:iua, Mrs Ast-ley; S"oldifers, Attendants, VirKins oi^ the Sun, �c. &�.. &c. Kesident.Spaniards, Cazadero (the Noble Spaniard) Mr. La '.Toisei his Page, Mrs. Pear<:e, from-tha Tiieatrj .Royals Cheltenham (hertirst appearance at this TJisatre); Boas�,adc-cio (Squire to Ga?adeio) .Mr. Thorpe ;.Guzi!iunXthc Butler} Jvlr. Uecastrrt; Coiuajva (Cazadero's Mother) Mrs. Wal � lack, i Baftista, Miranda^ and Penela, the threesisrcfs) Mrs IMercerot, Mist Harrison, anUM.rs. I'incot. In the course of. the Speihcle will be'disjWayed the following new and magnificent icenery^ CouncilCliamhertTf tlte Inca, Exterior of the .Psjlace, Presence Chamber of the liica, Gave and lo. rest of Assss-sinition, GrandTempleofihe Sun, Exterior of iCazadero.'s Palace, Chamber hi the same, L'azackro's Ut;d Chamber,, the^Zacatcpic or tlie Wood ot th-: Chase^ Mexican Lake and Fi&helrman'a Hut, Inside of the same, the Spiked Cage, shewing the tnanncrotMexicatt confinement previous ' to death; and lastly, the Pl.icc of ExeoutiiMV.Tlw Sunj^s, llu^ts, and'Chorusses, by Mr. Upton, and the Spttbtle writteii,jnven:ed, and produced by Mr; Astiey.jun In the course ot the Evening, a variety of HuRSE.M.VN- ' SHIP, iKtrticuIariy ihe Troopof Eques;ri#n A.tists will . thToitgh their uneijualledttattute Vaulting. . Glowu to the .rr-Hwiseiiianship, Mr. Taylor, , 1 he whole'to conclude, likewise nerer ptfrfohnciJ, ivitlt ati-cntirely new Comic Pantomime, taken from a� oid AVar-;wickshirestpry,Avith;amost uiicommoM variety of mechani-cal chaoRes and metamrrphoses, invcu'cd hv Mr. Biadwall, called CWY of WARWICK ! or, the Gei.iusof the Wood. ! Exhibiting in zq entirely new scenes, an uuirominon display of mechanical metamorphoses and magical d�ception^, assist- . cd by a new roitt'ineof pantomiinical cccuneiitej,       p:ir-tfculartyacorreil psmrama view of the ma.iiorabl/f bittla of - Trafalgar.* To concl iide wirh a j)aJace of fountains i-i horizontal and vertical motion.   Pnncipal cliaraclejrs. tJuy of WaiwicR (afterwards Hatleqitiii) Mr. Ridgway; Eail Ro'bui, iafterwajds Pantaloon) Mr.'Bryson j Alberto, (stiitor to Co-u'mbine) Mr. Uoutanier 5 Getiius of the Wood, Mrs, Satr lait; Coluiiibiiie, .Mrs. Pincbtt; and Clown, Mr. Lau-.���..lenf,      '. The whole of th? scenery' desigpcd by,Mr. Oiieve, and .iexecrtied by him, and numeroits as&istaiits.-The whole of rlie music compossil by Mr. Sandsrsor., and published by Messrs. I, . is' the only 'house in LonrJ-m appointed for J he Sale of the Georgian Shawls, .m*le front the Fur of the Seal of the South Seas. India Shawls, Gold Turbans, &c. NjPvyAttaud'rTstteet.'l^a. 61.       ' CO'LDkN  CRO^S,' � CHAR1NG- CR<)5.S� GENERAL ^ .   . ve Office there arc Poblic Carriages of various Descriptions, to every Sea P..rt,AVater>ng.l'Jwc,Camp, and �arrackT;o& the ehtire line'of 'Cpast liom the dumber to tJie nr'HE ESSENCE of ..PEAP^L., andv f *iA!wp�. SM!�n and Chapzigar ClwasMi. The be*t iWi. Vinwars, Olfvcs, Capers, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, and every article in the Italian and 011 business as ttMul.ol the best quality^ ' FIVE. rHrtiJS.^N.I) POUNDS.   ' >BLEMEN anil Gentlemen possessing Incomes . viav�>i*i uiiij^ luvxici, iiiiy uc avcouiiTrHiaTeu the whole, or any part of t!ie above Sum, on liberal Terms by payiOR Annuity Interest for ths �im�, with libL-rtv to return the Principal at the plea�uTe rf the Borrower.-Letters widresicd (post paid), to Mr, Hemming, No. zj, Suville-^ row, BurlingtoiKstreer, Londbn, will bi-attended to; but no personal'application will be received. ^ A SET.of niNlNG-TAi^I.ES, a HARf.AlN. nrO be SOLD, a capita! SET of PILLAR and JL  CLAW M.IHOGANY' UlNlNG-TABLliS, .ihout 17 feet by 5, nearly as go-xl as Hew.   ^Iso Eit;lit iMahoKaiiy Parlour Chjirs, and Eight' Drawliig-idoin ditto.   Likewise to'Let. rlt?:fn .tnil wf.ll';iir.>il   n (rnn.l r;....-*:!.. i......... r..j:-r I___1 , � .V.   ----   . MJ^VI*     tilt   [ No. 16, .viarichcster sireer, nearManchester-squafe. aiid q. CHARING-CROS'S. THIRTEEN CAPITAL PRIZES in ihe lust. L ttsry (just finished), were shared and Sold at the above offices^ and the holders ot the outstanding Shares may receive their money, or exchange them for Tickets and Shares in the new Lottery, which b-gitis drawing nth May. The new Lottery consists of only 2;,o.!o Tickets-the highest price is Z5,o(>ol., and tJie lowest ail.-rTliere are i,rQ4 more' Priz?s than were in the last Lottery. Schemes, with particulars, may be bad, grati)!, as abovej where the last jo.oool. the last 10,0001. and the last 5,opol ever drawn were all sold in Shares by T-'BISH. ' All bu&inessia the Public Funds troni^afl.d with fidelity and dispatch. , >    ' TWO. hundred and nine CapitVl'Prizes (from 500!. to jo.oool. have been sl)aredjSold,,atid registered in the last and torincr Lqilcries, by llORNSBYamI -Co. sp,' Cornhill;       Charing-Cto.s , and Sf.Margaret'ji IItll, Borough. Tickets and Shars i�r the pie.sent State Lottery, to be drawn the Izth ofV-May, are now selling by HORN > BY and Co itt4troU-�tri�y albtannhfet* B>id at the Jowcn prices.-*-. OrdeiaTbv letre'r or earner, executed exadlly on the same terms as )fpresetit. N. B. All busings in the public Finvds transited with care ind fidelity. . MORE PRIZES AND LESS TICKETS. SWIFT and CO. No. ri, Poaltry, '(joint Con-traiitors for the present Lottfry,) feel themselves highly, grMtKsdby ti!e general appr^.lilt!on which the Scheme has received. Tltev can With confit n .     IO,s($0 . ro',060 , lo,oto 10,000 I, No. i8,s39 t'}.50 7^951 io,4jo L. 10,006 .5,000 .    j.ooo � . J,000 5,000 Besides inany others of ZjOool. i,ooJl. fool. &c. state Lottery, Tohfgin Drawing Mofiday,uth of May. HAZARD, BURNE, and CO. Stock Brokers, atthcirStatetotftryOffice,93, Royal Exchange, London, are 1 6w srllii^g, in great variety of Numbers, Tickets and Shares for the above Lottery. No. 10,730, a prizeof2i,oo}I. on the 18th February last, was soli by them ill one Quarter, one Eighth, and ten Sixteenth Shaxs. The present Lottery consists of only 25,000 Tickets, and the Scheme contains 1 Piizeof L.25,000 I 1     Prizes of L.10,000 2 .-xo 000 I 3---       5,000 *c. &c� &c.   ; .  ;   �� Letters, posi p^lid, duty answered, and Schemes gratis. H THIRD STATE Li)TrERy, 1805, :.D*g.in�.?#rtWhig the rath of MAVv i�j6. ' ALL ap4 Co. ,(Saccessors to Mr. Nicholsoti) at their Stat-V Lottery Office, No. 88, Cornhill| coiner of the Royal l-xcbat'ge, London, resp-*eifully acquaint their Fiicndt.aml the Public, that Tickers and Shares tor the above t otfery are selling in varifty Ot nur,;brrs, divided into Halves, Quartecs, |:igbths4n4 Sixteenths, (stamped accorduig to ad ut Pa'rlianrer.t.} Or?* OrdeJdi from the Cimntry accampanied with short dated Uills, Bank Nutes; Casli, or Post-tltfice (Orders, executed on the same Terms m if pertonallyp/eseiit. ' *��* .Money ,for Primps aa soon as drawn. .       .^'CfUALLING-OFFlCE. March to, i8c6.    , T^Hc Commhtionets for Viaualling Hit Mahity i \ X   N'tvyido htrehy^w f^otice.'That on FriJav lieH-.l/j < fUHt Hexf, they luitl It re.iHv to. rteti-vt Tttidirx in iviiting fie.iM ap^J, for ,uci jiia-tti/let of thefoltounnf' descripmn of Stettin, and V^'-V^ vJ^^P ' "antzic. Hambro', Stt...... Quebec PIPE S'IAV-ES; �       r*i/�/,Ve fersonf -who may m ikeptALLlNGV)FHCfc, March 2.4, i�cO. THE Coimissioaert f^r yiciiiaUtng Hit Majesty's N.ivy do herrty give Notice, Tbfit on Ifednesday, the 916 of April wxt, thy -uiin&ercidv to receive tendeisin hunting iseaUdup), and'tttM for tlejotlowing qxa-.titiet of IRON HOOPS, r/a. ' . VAT'i HOOPS - 100? BUT r HOOt^S - 2J0f Tons. PLAIE HOOPS - 100!) or f^r ally quantity of either itenem!nation not less th,.tn Ffy Ttnr; to �e dcliv.rrdin. Tea fi-'ieks, hy -suiMy froporiiaas, into Nil Mujesyit yiitii.tiUng Stores at Drfifrd, and to be paid /�) Ij' Hills pij/,iile v'itb Interest ninety days after date. The Conditions of the Contract and Samples of the Hoops m.iy bt sien at the Sfcietd'y's Office. Ne regird iidll be 'b.-id to any Tender in ivhicb the price shall not be inserted in ivirds at lent^th, c- that sh.ill not be deliveredto the Hn.iid Icfr.re One o'clock on the sai-! li^ed!iesd.i_y, the ^th of Al'il 7iext,' nr.y unless the Person ivhn make! the Tenaer, 0. wme I'ini.n on his LeI.alf, attends, to ain-wtr '.vhen ctlled foi. 'THE VlcrUAl.LlNG-Urrl*.,;:, Ap il 3, 806. K QarAmisshnets far ViiluaUing Hit Majesty't lavy do berelr give.Notice, That on I'rida v, the iSth 1   M...._.      _   ,    ...... imt. liny luiil f.e xa.iy 10 receive tenders in wrni/tg f sealed t.p/ dm treat for the supplying of -.vhai FRESH BE K ? shall be dem.mdedfor the use of ilis'A'Uijeuy's.Sliips and fessels at Neiu Roiniuy, in 'Dover Ko.ids, iind..tt Margite fon ifp.irate Contracts)Jrom that d-iy to thenst D.celnber next inclusive t 10 !iep.iiitfar ly Bills payailt, luitb interest^ ninety d ys afict dale. � - The Conditions of the Citt>acts miy be fen at the .^ecetai-y s Office, at this Office, cr ky applying to Mr. Ti'Russell, Agent Jbr the yicluahi/ig, at Dover. .No regal d 11-ili be t'ad to i-ny Ttndri in tvhicb tht price i^j'l not le in\e-ted in Kords al length, or thnt shall not bt delvLtred to the Ifor.rd before One o'Clnck on tht saiU Piiday, the i%th inst. nor unless the person vihi'maket the Tender, or kimc person on bis !.eh.ilf, atUnili, to anrtxitr �ihencallid ff.       ^ �     VICTlJALLlNG-tJFUCE, Aprih4, 18.6 THK Commitjiotiers ferP'iSuailit/g His Mcrjcstyt N.tiy �/) tyceiygive Nollcu that f-n Thnrsiiiy, the loih inst. Air', ly. Reeks, their Agent at P*rti�iontb,ii>f4i be re.idy to leceivt Trn.lery in wiling (se.iled iipj, unltt,at /or lU F I'El-.N 11 ItNDRE O. Q V ARTK RS of CI.O^Hv DKt KD A VJBl,R. MA I.T, 10 be a/!sueiaiie to sample lo if prf.d/tced.tr H,i time oj PORTiJVlOUTM.       .     , For PUBLIC SALK, at ttji "jtar and Ganer Tavein, on TiiuusDAV the loth of April iu.t, at 12 .>cl9ux, .    Ftir EKpartatiolJ, TWENT^\TWO Hogsheid.'J MULL MADDER, l>(Hn iC ViwJaMi AvtMTuni, restored to Mac ClaiiiUttt*. tor Catalogues and viewing the *amt. apoly f�rod iy� hsfore thc.saleto    ,   .- JOHN MOVLE. Broker.     r ' . I     I.  I .11- PORTSMOU IH-FOR PUBM.C SALE, the Star and Carter favero; on Tim. :^sday, rne loth of April iiist. at T*ir-lve 'Clocjt. for Exir �r'ir'' n. T7IFTY CASE:? i;f HA VANNAH SUGAR, !>cin� X? p^it of th*; C.irg> ol tilc A .icric/�fi brig y/..Mi,'si- con. liinned ai Piizs to liis ftlajesty'i Miip iVlcteor, J. Collins, tsq. Coihnimder. For Catalozoes; and viewing the sa.Tie; apply .ti'.-o days be^ At broher. Bv Viime of a Commission of AppbintHteot and Sale, from the Hi  N. P. Roth,ery, Esq. , F3R PUBLIC SALE, at the Stat and Garter Ta-verii,Fortsmouih, ori'l HURiOAY�.iheMih ofAptil, Inst , Fi r Lx'Njrt.ition. 60 Hhds. Sniilf. 11 Hhds. y      , 14 Bal*s  > of Roll, Leaf� indent Tobacco. 23 Cases y S Cases of Tobacco Pipes. 3 Ca csand i llhd Pitnrrand Cuils. ;  � � )z B^lcs Russia Leather. ,  � Hhd.Madder. 3 Ditto Ground Sandal Wouhd. 4 Caijes Sword Blades. 2 Hhds. Double Kefi.adSu^ar. 5 Cases Vitriol.     , I Ditto Iron Wire. 6 Casks Ho  5,ooi J,0OO is 500 100 21 25,000 Tickets CoillratI ; to ;.e detivendat ti's Atajesy's BieT.'b'-uxe at IPiei-it, \ in fine iKovllXf and tp be paidjor by Mill' Jaj-tiiuf vJth iitferftt^\ ninety dnyt after date. '   �     '   � '    .   ' � . Tljf O-nditiuns cj iLe Contract inay be teen by applying to N" 'e^ji-.i If I'le b.idto any Tender �r ivhicb,th* pila tb.tll not be iiisertid in \vj'ids at iength, O'- that sh.tll nit be d<:meied befre Xu-elve o'clock on the sai.i Thursday, the Xnth in t. fi<.r t/i:/:''t i/  - io,oub - 5,000 * -            a^ooo - a,8o> - I3i,:co VCl.o.'ta Five Firstdrav/n Tickets 1st D^y  1.1 FiveH st-Urav\,'n Tjok-ts jd iJjy     1,0 !o each   t.oco i>tr.�t-draiin       .        4thDiy .        i.,o;o Ditto .      ^?h Oay 2o,ono Ditto . 6rh O.iy .        25,005 Piic^'fif a Ticket, '8 > Half,     - vC.'o  * "   l-itf.iiti,   - �.x\z Tickets and Shares are 0!\ Sals at ill i'..e Licensed Lottery SE .________.-----^ f02tlGN JST^LLIGEXCE. N-WV-Oll KJii, March 31, i� 6. CnmmiMio'iec l^ir Charl.-s .faXto:i, L''art. ivill expoie to" Sale, at the I'iiv Office in his Majet.y's T.trd, hear Po.r,smouth, several Lots 0/', L" S lO\<\-.^,cr'Hii.\t!r/g-cf -Old Canvass in Pa;;erStuifj   . � ,    "    Junk ind tto, and shakings,   ' C.'o.'ours, with I .t'jlki).', R^i'c in Paper Stulf, Lashing, Rounding, Spun-yam, &c. &c. .'Vll lying J� the sai i�i.-��i.- :   Days of Drawing, ist Moiiday    r  May n 2d Satuidiy    -  May ,17 � jd Wednesdsiy -  May ii , f4th. I!i(lqnd,a/-May eflf Fiidiy      -  May 30 ; 0th W*anesaay - ' Vine 4 7th Saturday   - June 7 Sth �I'ticsday   - , une 10 : oth.Thmsdjy, .r 1 une'is lolh Samiday     , June ^ l/zc.ooo Tickets,     - I       ',     .   � - ^' five �FfrSt-tlruwn-Tickets ist pay L.'i.ooo eai:h I-.j.ooo rive;l�irSt>diawnTipkets.3d Day , 1,000 each 'j.ood First-^tra\vn - � ^: 4*'' v -  '\  � 1 Dit��'>' ^5ih4>ay     -     -     ao.ooo 25,000. ittiully be I , �* � � 3  , ; Mo' �i :�P,.'v SCHEME.. Prize of L.25,000 - -        20,00  - ,   id.ooo - - - 1,000 �  . -       . Soo         200 )      ->   1    50 1; r jHl nboveahy ofli , , rdr^vynjljainstsHi............____ No'less tfian Two Thousand Tickers to.be drawn on. lOli of/thvrw^ tinif i^ys ot drav^in;;', and during the rainaui ingclght, r their Use, e:�n be admitted to contract lor the said Duties. No;  Di.triiit tobe let to 1 arm : 12; Middle>cx,is!cluding London and -   7  C-Westminster    ^ �      - Si8,oco All Persons inttfiuiing to bid for this distrid, ate desired to take Notice, that in pursuance of the particular In* struilrons of th.'ir Lordships, it will bs put up at the Sum specifieu above, which wiU' be gtulually abated until a iisvldutg shall be made ; aiid,. up uch Bidding, any Person may advance, and tli pos.:d of. O; N. NEYLF,      J. BIMDLEY. L. JENKINS, ,W. R.^SPEWCER, " W. lak'E.' � ,   ED^ P. ilATIUVN. H. Kallam, rfmE Rev 1 VVILLIAM fiARCLA^'s f Al-KN V A AM;JU�H0US-J ills.  Thee.\cli;si\i'Saleo; this valuable m'eutcine bring now vetted so\ety in flu: Rev. WiU liam Btrvtay. n�d>tho^eiipp�inted byhim, the Vu  No, 4, Ch(at-yi qiiK-�P|Wnieil.sole VVholi}sa�e'AKeht,' all wholcs:�lu nn1:i's, both in town and edilifft]^ i^re'i�# qMstcd to be addics�cd to him, who Will rh!lkttl1i�T||is)et{te' � muul allnwaiipc.   None ar^^ $^nH)iw: taiiV'thoae'ftaTin; a Blink-s�.inip, with the Maine,    the Rev. W. Barciii>','r engraved iljeieon. i", A. PHIP.�S,-Agent, to the ProptiettKs^ DevHbrd'*tret, which killed General Gricny. Weevery-day cxi-peil the furrender of tl�e fort, noiwith^tandittg the Prinee of Hesss Pmi-tPsT.vi., a nephew to tlie QtiEUN, has plcilged hunseU to de(ei]d it to the laiVv extremity.. � Marshal Jou(!0.\n i$-,(ni -14�w|/ fr^ take the cotu.mnd of tbe.siy of K^iiles. > We are assured, that^the PttJClatgadop^iraurha-riiiog the -Civfl 'Pb�jdM*6n"    ^lianOvff.^ � in the press.   The <�tRlMin llu^;to'b�cnsetit-td -Outhft^enV it is said, is [des.t(p^�MpJie laade lue^ 9^^^^^ batfiues^   ' for Shutting u^^ ^|Si(Hi*^^/�ir^^jflV; r  : VoktefiYiiy rherr'B^h^m�D^tH||^        -and rt^�.   . .day thbOi^tHf i^^bBaify ivi^^ ' The-diyisioa of: Fr�nc4 i^ttjjaffiKtttiitints and dftV*, the nW kiii24�CP$ in the &u\h^< .cC Gertnahy, The head-quaxters of the great French arm;^' ^ .soon, be fixcil at Strasbut^h, whese M r�l-ar;g ' thisR it shortly expected. 45   

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