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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 9, 1806, London, Middlesex                                W�mKSl>A�^AFKIL 9, 1806. f.ktcl 6d� THG*'r!�^ R.')Y \ I.. 'ORur>V-LANiu rHiS PKESKNT EVENIN^i ihcir Ivhjcitits' iCfvanJ* v.'m! sit .   �' THE.COyNftiV aiu.t. I   Hflri;ourti Mr. D:irrymorei Miss IVgijy, Mrc. J-irdan. Alter ivljicli "ill      pv^hjceil (.'or tli.e 7.d time) a new '   �'    C;r *M,rc�ticiU)f Mr. D'Es'-'tlle. .;  r,>..�-,>riow, The SoUliei's Daughter} w'lth the Fuft> lie last Might buf ons      Master iJrtt>'s presfUt " liiiiraccinnit. ' THl'iT!iV UOYAi., COVENTOaRDEN. -rt^tSPRESflN'rEVENING wiil hi perfurircd ^' JL- a ''Vageciy, CiJWil ^ : .-HAMUn'.-- : 1-lemIet, ^T,�ster Hc't)- ; Cliihelia, Mrs. H. lohnstbn. - . VVith HARtl'QUIN's MAC;,Ni: r. , .To-ttwrfSjwSiVVjUtAsuatotluc^^ tor tlia ti-st t"vrt��,       new icmeii dresses, ancrdecorations, a Miisital liDniiini ic Drama, jii Thrpi Acli, calUU, i;iifc WiiitePlutne; or. The Uorilir. Cli.eftair.s.  /The Overture and,Musip cnijieiy New, gnU, io'riposeJ by Mr. Kcev%     ' . '      , " TpHE EXHIBITIQNot' the LEVERI AN MU. iO TflE jpRcyPlurCTORS OF  EAST  IN1M.\ .STOCK,  II-AUIESANDGgp-tVilMfiN, TAKE the liberty of reminding you that I \nny. sini-e nfftrnl myself to votir n.jticV as a CawliiLite tor a Seat in irhe liast. In:ii3 Uirfaion,,a?iirat'teta very ex- -r::.-.-.r--a-;r.. tjeet. flRUSVENr.R's TOV-ttOOMS, No. 3JJ, Kolbodi. GROSVENOR mpsV le^f-ectfuriy begs leave W� to acquaint tlv/-'!'bility ami Gentrjtliat he sias n\\\c'\ iiicrra'�;ciliij stack i.'I eltRjvt and tutiaus 't' YSk, &;c. -.c. iiiicltriar h? Itis now on ia\a ihe b^st fblliiUcn iinhis Kis^g. iliriL-^Crc-at variety of Books Ciatties, Ciids, vis!i>:6li .".sj i'u. caltii.'aieji most ailmira'jjy Cor the iiifbrmkion and in-.�liuillim bf.Ciiildrei', while to ilift-.n it app^a^a a.msre nnsiisir* iTient, vviiich has ever beenallnvvci ti-,e best mode of c nvy-inti iiistructiaiitj juvenile iniiids.-f-il'oy Hoiisiis Viirni.'S'xil in tlie r.yst complete styia.-Dol's otaU'syrts dressedin a mm-iier iieLtiliarf}' iie.it ai'i:l eleganr,--A >arxe assoj-tjiient bfWiir-ing.anil VVorlt Hoxcs, Tea Cnctiiics, Desks^ Paint Hoxes, &c.' h.-autifaliy inl id and varnislied.-Tootlipxk Cas^s, SnullicR lioitlcS, Snult' lioxcs aiid rookef Hptrf;s,nioiinred in d'oid jindSilverj Fancy Ariicles of all kindi, of the niwcst Fash-i.on'i.-Outline English and Tcreign i'erfumcry, of tlic vmy bist qtialities; / PRIVATE GOVERNJiSS.-A Lady who has ben accustoitied to the care  ry.ai-tl Gc.crJphy. . A r ly I�Juiniuni tloy.l, l*co1;.-igllcr, Harley-street.___ ^__ '^^^Al^i^aSITUAllONf" as^^^^^^^ STEW. ARD, A young Man lioiii tlie l.jth.i.'ns of Stolliivli �M'tirdent^We Cliarsder mui v.e.y ri;s(jed.tble connodiouji w.'io.his had mach pjailicei^iHie Scotchau.t .Vladeri\Systems v.f (lujbjiidry, also in siirvcyio?. vaUtitg, and plinini..K ('.'itar'^s ; likewise irt im;-.roVi!!g tjitreu vvaiies, draining, an'l i)lan!in. w I.iile s'rect, I.ticri'ter-sijuari, but none iiesd apply wh s'o pTQpeity t5 not cf s >ineext;n�.      , j. ~     F^vM^iriNABLr. luTtrfs anu shoi'.s. ' W � M. COWAN, from Hoby's,, respecU'ljliy in, X- fjfins the riihlic. that he h-n constantly on Sale.the m sr exifn,iv- assortment in I.omlvn of the above arttcleN, �vvatinnteil in ev^rv ffspstl equ li t* bcsioke, at h.s Maiml.-:c-loiv, 341 Strand, o'lC I'.o.r fiom Cit'yi-rine-strest, which, from tUc >-,r,or (xfor O.ic Guinea, and the *' Conccn-">Uottlesat as. 6 I. 5s. 6d. and los. 6d.  Every Boir atidllottje .sold by Api^ointmfint of the Ptct-�r/jetor, IS sijtttpd ^diTid: l.ardner. - Nop-.other is Genuine." '.S^TA'IE LOTTfiHY  BEGINS DRAWING. .SCHEMA. DavRof Drawiiii. 10, JO i')j�>0 SCHEMg. ot  L,25,000 ;io,00 > TOjOroO S.OOO 1,000 400 .     SO .).ooo Tickets Ist^^^Jl^day ad Saiurdiy 3d Wftlnesday - 4th Monday - ^tlv Friday -  th Walnesday - 7th SaruriLiy - 8tli TucstJay - , gth 1 hur.sday -lolh Saturday 6th Day May n May 1; May 21 May ?5: May 3f> *une 4 une  7 line 10 '4nne 12 ktine 14 e.ich r.. 5,000 eadi   �,rda of the Treasury. '> ri.kv-Js aiid SlWes iire tm Sale by RICHARDSON, ^09D:l,ncK:,��(J to. flank UuililitiRn, Cornhill, and fac^ 11? the Oatc of the Jiing'a, Mews, C)wr�nk-cros�, London. _______    ----- conse^iuinc;     having ------- tint lionoMr:>Hl- station, rdHi-iU'h for so shoit a period, reii-d.-rvme Ineligible (_iind-r a cI^msc in the rs>;iil.itinR Aft of i ?;'5) to be chosen nttbth.^  he hnnoitred-with y-ur confidence, antl f list it is ntjj intention to reh?w the olJerof niy services on tli? fi-st vaca-ity f.'fier I am ,1?^ lUy  pott I may be .successfiil in ohfainih^ the bbjeili*'i^hich 1 aspire . IJvAve ih�S iR'flqt'jyfit'btjand Cemleno^ �   .,  'Your iit !!t OMfiti-^tiVativi v�;v faithf'-a servant; CBf).:AlJiiRCROMI!ll� kOlilMSON. 15, NottibKh^i:i-pl.Tce, .' .. - . ^   .. <;til Apri^,Ig-.6. y^:-^ V   ^    "V ..        � ' V-       � 'JME SQClE'rv" Of sill!' OWNJiRS OF GRKaT l!l .AY next, the i?Hi dn- ff April in-.st*tu,Rt: oite o'clock pr-.-cisely, at the Loud in Taver/i, l|i-shopsgitc-strpct, to take into conside/.if inn such in-'asuresas may be Iv-RaUy adopted to prcvc-nt any fiirthersu'ipensi'an of th.; Nj�-i>;aii>)tf Lrtivs of Great Uritaln, aid. in parf.cutar the Hiir nreiuled to be brmipjit into I'arlianwt to auiliotise tir- GbveriiWrs of the U'est ri>(,lia ls\:ii�ts to suspend the iiiine iM favd'ir of Ami.'tican"ii>ttfMv.s, whtn^ye- thsy th"'nk .profj t difrinK t!)"- pre.-i'ciitWar, and On istUer Sp-c'al Afiairs. 'J'Jis Chair will he taken pi'cci.i'ily at "ne o'cl.n.k.. I)v Ord-.-r,       NAril.ArCHLSUN, .Sec. Ati=!tihFtiars, gth April, t8.i6. , .� '   . ROCK i.lKI- A.SSnJkA/QE Officii! THE SUBSCRIBERS ar^ hereby intbrnvd, that tlKifirst liist.ilineiit oftJii" !'!�inii |)erSh>i'e, is.to he paiil to o;ie 'if the tnuTerntsr.lio led liaiikers, cu m bniVire iliiir.'i'l.iy the roth inst. oth-rwi tieet. . .        Jt)U.V,SINCLAIR, Chaitntan. London Tavern, 8th April i8.i6. SARiARlTAN feOcil'TY,        F ir the Relief and ('rcyention of various c-rciimstancrs of Distress, n-'t with n the Rto isibn id IJnbrpc Kosjntals, THE ANNIVERSAKV  I\IEETlNG, of the SAVIARITAN S'lCIETV;  instituted A. O. 179!,^ VlCtWALLINC (fFFIOt, April 4, i8.f. '^HK Conimiisioncrs for Fi^t/auiug //it hiajiit^'i 'N:tt)V jin hi'My nine N'itice, it'iii on ThurjiiUt, Ux Kv/i imi, Mr-, ti'. Rfeks, ll/rir Afftiil ni. jPitlmiGuili, vr/l ir m,iv la rfciiix Ttnrlfri ':ii.v�-'il!in^ (seiiM Ut>),/t'l I hent {or V\9 I'KKN VWJNPRiiU QilAK !KR4 of CLOSE URIUU AVIH' t ( U'isv ernhle to iiwtp/e.fo 6e ^>r,tli/crJ al ilj  be l\tiiif�r lly Bi/is pjj'a'-i/t:, tvith hiti-iM, tti/iflvii:ivi iiftfiil.ile. ;    , Tlv (��'li'l'.in^ tf ikc C',nif:Ki m~ty if Wn 'l>y tpt.j'ixg n M. ludr, nf?'f i i. n',t �>.'A'fx/it- peyr.n �^vl-ifnjkci the Temln; 01 jtric p^noi u/i /jii iepii'f, liiendi, to-,i-i.'!ifer "i'-fKn ftille.l fa^. .        NAVY.UI'FICE, April 8, 186. ' f "M IE Vflncipal Ojiictrs ahd Co�tinhsioiieri of His Oav.a'v i8rA i/rttd/it, at Tar o'CM in iht Fcren>.r�i, Cm). wri.ir'nvf'' FaTiiJ'awc 'lOi.'l (Xir,-;e 'la Suh, at the Piiv Officeiithis VlimiyxYjrdat i'lyiu-iHt'j',ievtru( Lets oj >JLD SiORUS, cohuilingnf .,; 014 Rope, Shiktng', j ui)k, nan;)niC!ck�, Huntiii, and Ca:iva5s ; ' ' .H"mp R-ibbbh,. V/hite'f);!kit-tn/an I Flyings;; ' Empty'I'at .fr.i'feU, t^il antli'sint Ca>.ks, &c. � AH lying it* the said Yard.    � '.� IVhn'e any fetS'Ki vjiAin^ to LecotMi ftirc.ba^fn, ttity h.ive tfjc t':l>mj''af iwf'.-jiir /lit uivtr r/iif/rrfr tie comiiica 'u.vking LrtuYsof ihe T.inl, iint'i thif Dili' of Sitle. btv'irriiit's tiijii C'.Kiiliioiii of S.lle lit.iy l/e iiii !)cre, and at fhc'Tji;/: : :  .� �      ' '     �   _ �', � Starnp-Olfice, Spraerset-Pl.ise, March 32, 1816. WE, His Miijcsly's Camv.issioiiers for Manngiiig the Sui'i!' Duties, dii!_,- ttiilbiiiu-d ly th( heuh Ccmmis-.fio/tii-s //(I i\'T.iJfMj-'i. 1 reaiirty, fnisuniit loanylci of P.ii-ii.imci:t,jo A-i f, f^rm the ]yiilies]'n>itti:d, ly an Act of the Forty, -foiitl/j TniK i,f hits fresent Majesty, on Hjr'cs /ft iq.irlire fnr tra' Vtlli>'}i 1-x^t, ti'id.'y Time, ,d'> hertby ^i~ce Solicr^ that atr /� tendio let, at our Office, in-^omersct.t'lflcej, r/ic ja/t/ �>iiiiet ir.f.irin, 'w/ Tues>\-iy, the zidof .A()ril next, Oe u>ee>i ihe Ihnrs' � 'il O'lC mid Vi'.'o it', the ^'ifierlio'n, "iVilht: the D!>liict under iii''11-si^.iied, for the Tetitiif 1 wo Ye.ir.'; find 'fhree �Quartets, jmin the lit day.of ALiy next, ic sifcli Pffion;if pir\anva\ m\v ie re.id, hy wh.th it appeared that the n-im erllf in.livi.lual' relievedj according to the plu.v of the Instituii-n, ayKuinleS t-o One Hundrjd and T.wemy-\hree ; t^vat of these snnehad bi'eii ��"p;>lieJ vvitU ittoncy, t*y,.V5Ai?et)i. thsir_'^pa^tdv;_^c. to rietrav cc'.-iainexpenfce-.�vW!chiriey Irul nece.-isarily^ fncurred diirtin; their ilhif.^s, iind before, they b'Jca.rne In 01 Ontl'a-tieiitsofthe Lr>ndonHo>pital ; sonie had bean cli.-alhed .ilniost tr!>;u h'-'ad 10 loot ; some hav! b^Lo furnished v^ith wo:Kkn leijs, truii'se.s, &c. soiri; had b.'^n sei.t either by land or water-cifriiice tl) their renpeilive hoines ; .sonie Jiad beeti cnnveyedt) the Sea B-hn ofWapiJJng, Who will thankfully receive hemlattions.- N -R. One i{iiinea pcianninn qualifaes an annual governor, and live V'uine:is a ):"vern'>r_f.'r lilu. li-EU FEATHERS of EXC E L t. E N T  U A LIT Y to be r^isi'osv.o "f npHE HUDSON'S J?AY COMPANY ivill ex. X I'ose to Snie by the Candieat the r ll,ius,e m I'snchutchi strcst, on VVebnesda V the tOth msiant, at .'I wilvc o'clock preci.srlv, COAT, Hue PARCilMEN 1' WHOLE an.l CUIIHEAVEK ; also aquantitvtdtiieUED FiiA 1 HERS and OOU'N, in cutivenietit J.ots lor the acconiniodatioii of the purchasers. . lo be seen from Sitnrday the tzth insf. toi'ietinn of Pale, St the Ootrvpin^'s W-4rtthon.i� Fenchurch-sircet, where CitaloRUis may bs had with the particulars. Hudson's IJay House, April 7, i'i.cb. TO CARPENTERS, IM'M.DERS,  \V1U:eL-\VWIGHTS, .tc. . ToHeSCVI.D bv AHCIlON.on th  Maidstone, m. tlie. County ot K-nt," on Tiiunsu.w ti.e 17th cf A()r.l in.-'tant, at lilcvtjn o'Clock, Uy lOlIN UJSMOt'. ' By Order of the A^sisnetis of THOMAS GOODEN,. a ;      fc.inkfupt, A LL the valuable STOCK in TRADE, con. iJL sisttn^ ol al.ir,e qu.mtiiy nfd.-Hls, battens, .nouUiuKs, quarterin,;s ami sicantiiiiKS of iliiL'K'nt sorts : also a qnantitv Vloak timber and lops, dry elm boardsof varjoiis thicsnesses; also vinous iellies, naves, and other useful li^utcriaU lu the WheehviiKht biisines.'^, with a variety ot niiil* and other ar^ iicle.s, ol ironmoiijiServ. Scv^m, very Toinplcie Carpenters h.tnchcs anil utiter tools and utensils { a large truck and strong cart. � .\lso the Hoii.seh dd l',urniti(re., consL^tini?of chairs, tables, I'rarher b.Ms^, Iv.'tlsteail.*, anil a va/leti',nf tuher >;oods, N.B. The Tre.diol.l. HniiS!.', VV'pVk.s'iops, and I'tenit.'ies, fined up in the/III '.si onvunijiitmanner for the c.�tr.Vii)>j on .incxicnsivebusiness, will he shortly (dU-ri'd tor S.^li?." �; riie whole may he viewed pre.vious to I'leSale, anil Cata-' losu"s had nn the ptemisus, of MeiS|s. '.ivvnin . nd Mi-vri's, itiiicitnrs", Old   Js;>Yi:v,  Lo:)do�, and ut thj .'Vittloner, M ai^lstuni*,.. ,    JUNIUS'S LETTERS. This day Is i*uhliih^d, in TAo.clis^am Votnrtits.sjr.aH %-tr,. embiLis.'icil with bjautlful Portrait!!, by Caroljht} WatsnPy i/rice tii. :n bwdf, , A COMPLETE afid .\UTHn:NTtC EDJ-JLX. TlON'otUic CKLE .KATIsD LETiK'WS of Jf. NiUSt contriinint; ip.iiih ad>tltionai M.iftsr. tttvi much tu-foriristiDn, not tobe foiit^d in any ctlUf EitiiitMi.. ' Among the Addition^ are, r. The v.iflauK Letter* f 'r'vh Jiiifii's replifd j a. Coi^niu jJli^r'.-.tive Na'c-, \v" A . ; i bi-jgtapiricai ; ad :\{'. t.(i } th.'S* 1>''1'''"1 "' " hlcll '1 J |)ri.1 1 'i'.'!-,.   t .1:-..      j|i,v.,- >-! Ait-thor asccrtaintd. ' '1 By JotiM ALMON.      V .Author of tjie Lives off he n^�i, r>.' Chaibini and. .lohr. Wilkes, of A tc  Ut l-lcr^js for the pdrjjo.tcs'of tra-vellinp. Post, or .-(.y I'ersons for their. Use, cai,i Do adimtte.l to contrail lot the said 'duties, r. No.  � Di-.t.'id tobelet to Farm:. la.Middleiex.i'itilutliag London ami      \   C '. .   . .     h'estDiinster - $28,003 All Pe--sbns inrenuing, to bid for rliisdistrino 8,(141 . .   .   .   �->,oori t>i')^t       �   �    -i', 23,82.^   ...    .   io,o."o        "iS9'J      "   �    v-"'o 10,000 I 20,4 ;o    .     .     .    . ii,JC:.> ?r5ol. Ki:. 10.95^   ,   . Besides imny nttiers ot 2,onol. 1 .^ojL N TEW Si' A rh: LO 1' rERV, be^ins 12th of May, 1806. SCHE.VIE. I      Prize of   ^M.ooa is . a        -         2 >,noo �- 3          -             lj,r)o� - �.   ,3      ' -'       .   5v"=>..      . -. I.t--                  l,'!00 � - To          -^                 5:13 ^ a.-j-.....     -             too . � �- . ^6       -              5= - e,JOD        -             at - J5,0Q(� 1 ickets I ive ! irst-klrnwn '1 icket.-! isl Diy 1-ive (1 sv-l>ra\vii I ioki.is,vl H^y ^)rs�-riiaun . 4"! l^iy Ditto . .      V"h i'ay Dirio .       .      6'h Day Puce     rinh:n,   - Quarter,      -   ;   i       �^it-efnth. Draw 111, �   l0,0I)O t(',t;oo 11(10 a."00 a.b.v- �^ 0,' OJ I.r.ooo each I.>,-)J' 1,0.10 each   ?,o'!0 ic-,0 a ao,i.''i,> aj,W)3 la b 4  6 o - I -,....t     ,, -   ,    ........   - ,  . w licket.s and Shares uie on bale at Ail the Licensed Lottety ~ FOR THE TEETH AND IHJMS ^ ~ npHE Public i-s rcsjieclfully ciuttioited iigninst Imi. JL taiiaiis of the ESSENCE of PE.\1( L anJ P t A K. L T4ENTIFRICE, tnvifnted by the Inte J aeoh Hemet, Dci.ti.t ttfthe Queen and thePtince of VVa_!jjs,^ which have been provwl by long ex|>erience to be iiifiiiirHi' lao'e ef/Kiicicjus tur the 1 jeih and t>iiii.s, than any tmng y-:t (h,sc�>vere \y. vested .solely. 11) ihi "ev. U'tl, Ham Batcl ty, and tiioseapp niued by h.im, the lurth^'r salect the J Mh IS, !n ciiii.seqn  now tsta'ilis.'icil at 1,1c Rev. Willii;:! In c'av's W viiCiionse, Leicefie-sqiiare ; where i .le piililu; may he a.-onii-d n) liaViiiit ,    ,, " r,.................-----..V . wtlMlie u�ual ullpwance. .None �re >>ein>ine b-ic thwe liaviuR .* HUcIc St.titin, wuh the lume, " ihc K.-v. W. Liiirdav." eitsraved thereon. r. A. PHIPPS, A,^en^ to the ProiirivMort, ' BiMljrd.3tie.-t, OoveHli.R.ir;fen. i,onvrmporary 01 mar ai�n'i>:7rsnrowtuer. .ruiivtclilton cliinis,thisretore, thedeetdtiTl Pvtirieiicebff!ie P�fjlic,a , as bein^ tlie coniplistesr, the chejpeit, and the nto�,f elegant',Edit oft thUttM. Piiiredf.ir Ric^iard lM�iltp�jBfiit e-itree'. Blackfr!iirs,arKt t,� he had of all Books::ll?rs and Oealv'ts in BwJk.x. N. B. WVmoiyg.the E:igrivi4i;s aV*a Pott��ii of the Author of these l/Citers, and a fac sirii 1  of hi* genuine hsttrt writing in cbniras: to ilti feigned hintr ur.der.>Thich lie corresponded with his P.'int?r, 1 siMSON'S EUCnK This r!ay Is puhlishel, in One larj;e Volume Octavo, prjce?*. ' in boirds, the ihitiecnth Kdiiion, ca-cfulu rtvi.S'-Jil ah^ uit-pr.ved; to which is now a.lilrd. A SHi�X F f R.E/�r�RE o.i the CONS'f RUC flON of the f RI'�O\O.MJETRI -CAL C,\N'f>i', from a lite rtlebfaiiftiAuthor,- also. A CONCISE ACCOUN F-ol MWARl rilRiS, a.-td im-,   proved Rcthcds of calciilatitig tlljlin, by itlii prevent Savi-ian Profei-birof Geometry, in t(J*|J|ii�er�!J!y of Oxfurrtj T^HE ELEMENTS of EUCtip; viz: the 1 I LRSrSIXBOOK"?,togetl^rwWrtilritLEPNTM and TWELFTH ; th-i Errors by which 'ftiibn, or ollprs, have lo-ig ago viiiateil t'lp^e Books, are ceT''tS^|^, Snd'srrtYiif of Euclid's Uenaon-vtratio.^b are restored ;        the 0/ EUGLIU'S DATA, in !-!;e tflanner c.ire        �: . By KOBEHJ- SlMSONi A|;>. Emcritius P-rolessor of Maihtintiucs in tie University cC GLrsgox*. � f.-Prinfed for F. VVjngravei; J. J�hrtsoiVt \r. J. anl J. Richirdion ; F. C. acid J. Riviugtoa; ]. lVfi;iicr.j J. Se�i-cheid and C. J. Letiennao ( (J.^WiHtje iSi.t J. KabiniOM ; Vcrnor, Hcotl, and Sliirpe; !'ongmiTi,',Htif4tj Re*i aivl Ornie; T. Cadcll ai.d W. i)avi*^J R.iPhiilips} and J. Mawiiian. . . : '     �      ' -   ' .SUPERIOR BOt>i '1;RS0 VS. N, w Editiaiis rf the ollowtng apprr-v d t'cf'<;s h.nn:r!r-al .Tit.'i^Ja'Ibn, i t one H.rg* v;d. Sv-o   wiili a Seie^tiin nf tl^e mbn n^s'fil Maps, a'vcuratsly copied from thD5 ---isl\* p^rtted a vo'.*. 4"V-and ilUistrat d riy ar^e.v Set !>f M jps cn;;.-avi'.l S; Mr. LowrV, under the diredibn of .Mr. .Am,.', smilli, niiy .'li.-jbs Jij.l ai abcve, price 4I. 4.S il h.'.�: :1s. .3. .-^ .Siimmiry nf i.*c ,;'-,-.;i.'iy . a.ic! Hisfsry, hi:h Antijnt and M-d;rn ; co-.it.ii-.in^-, i\\ .\r.-.niftt ot the P.l.'.icil .^a�.*' and principal RcyoliititMS ot the most dhistr'x.i.- Naii-i;^* �nancjeijt and moile.iii Pinir-.s ; rh?ir .Manners, C:i.stc,'T;s, i' trate,l by Maps, and clcsisnsd cl.iitly t>>cr-wcd the btmly of Classical Lajcuing wiih that Gr.i>;al K:;o\i-Iftlgc. By 1>. Alexi.ider Ad..H!n, U'-U;>rr,fThe H:.i;ll,Sc!:cc-l of Edinbu'gh ; onelariie vol. Evn. 1 is. in b-^ards. : 4. Clissical Biog'aj)lvyj ex^h bi.i.ig jilphabeticany thi pr.iprr names, with a shirt .'iciT^ivit uf tii.^ sey^ml Ddti--% Heroes, ?ii.' oth.er pjr.s.ins inen'tr ji,.-:! iii tli-:; Ai:.-,-?i-,t Cia,-.-i, Auiliirs.   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