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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 10, 1806, London, Middlesex                                l en:Hrelyrie>� Scenery, Macliinery, Presses, and Oeco. raticnj.   The Music cotnposedand selected by Mr^Kelly.  ?'tie lJa!lc'ts and AiVion under tieflireition of Mr. D' To in-iTow, The Travellers ; with I'he Citi NEVER ACriiU. THEATRIC UOYAI,, COVK-NT-CARDEN. %^HIS PRESENT EVENING will be j^crfoj-med ' 4.     MttjVCa^ Romantic Drama, called �^HE WHITE PLUME ; or. Ths Border Chicft,iii>s. "With new scon<'iy, drcises, !tnddecorations.   The Ovetiure and .VI u.\ic entirely new, and composed byMr. Reeve. 7*he princi^ial charaflers by Mr. Murray, Mr. Hill, Mr. 'J'awcett,'Mr. Blahchard, Mr. H Johnston, Mr. I'aylor, Mr. Mundeni Mr. Jncledon, Mr. Liston, Miss Davies, Miss "S�arle, Mis�Tyret. ; . With ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. The Public are respeitfully informeil,; that Mrs. Siddons will aj'peahon Monday and Thursday i;ext week in the cha-wtters pf.Elvifj^onid t mx Ali--street, Goodman's Fields, on jjlans expressly farrned for La.lies an9 Clentlemen of any sree wiibhav- never.learnt that accomplishmei'it, or n"t i.n .the pressnt fashion, aVul whose age or rai.k make it an objedt to Jearn p';rfedly private. And Foreigners, Qlluers, or country residents to whom lime .is an objedt, e.fpcdiiiously completed. The ANNUAL WALL v;ill be on Thursday the ist of May,, at the late Paul's Head Taverh, . Catsatoii-strcet, Cheapside. Familiiis of the Nobiliry,. Gentry, and rcspedlable Schools attended. - Ladies a;�l young Professors in�ttuaed huw to teach-''         �     �   � �  A" CAPE rSHIP TQ IN DIA.-One can be ijLlnstantly obtained for a Youth.of respeilable Connections and".feducation, who itiust be of genteel appearance, arid under twenty-two years of a�;e; Tliii; ap|)orntmeiit will bs attended with peculiar advaritages ; aiid(fiom the present season fast drawing to a csnclitvion) no titn� is to be lost. Pei"-sanal tn-aty can only be h'kd with liis Parent, Guatlian, or � immeiliate I'fieiid. A letter (postage paid) with true name and residence (peremptorily not pthecwise) and Kiving a pledge of secrecy, will be duly honoured, and an interview api^oii.t-eU. .Dire^'t to A.B.C. to be iMt at the Newspaper OlHte, No. j;6. Mortimg''-street, Caveiidish-squa'-e. "HP* MUSLIN SALE at the EAST INDIA HOUSE Ended. T>EAMON and ABBOTT, grateful for favours X3 received, particularly in the Sale of East India Goods, jioon. Theobjedl of this Societ_y, which jijiprobation of some ot the first Literary Oouiitrjr, is! to obtaih'by particular Research To WINE SiBRANDY MERCHANTS, UREWr.RS.&c. ripo be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, the X LEASfi Of-a-ebmmodious TAVERN, COM-EH-HOijSI , aiKl HOTEL,'situated at KrigiVton, in the coumy of Susse\. -The return iiy .Wine, Spii^its, and {3;i;r, very c"-ns!(lerable eU'. A Premium will be ."iecurd, in prapbrii.-in to the emolumer.t of the situation. Letters (post paid), addressed to Mr. Robertson, No. j, Half .Moon-streot, will be proparly attefttedto;   " FOWLER'S GREEN , PA INT, No. 30, Wall.. �brobkJ- A most beautiful colour, whifl^\ far exceed Vtfrdtferis.ac/HJyjother Grein. Its Pr |e <2falify�3nd ia better preservativeOcf Iron Woik, than any otlier composition. The ekteiislve Sale and inqreasiig demand forth'&P.'iint, lender any recoinmerdation li-oin the Prbpriitor unnecessary, toeing the best proof, its giving satis'action to the Public. Prepared in C -pe. � � ^ y., 'ierice very great pecuniary inconvenience for want of 1 ld at the late Sale reiriarkablv cheap ; and that on Wednesday last, the id of April, and for several days following, they will p.ly the duties upon and bring home for Sale,, several .Th>U-sand Pieces of Muslivis, Calicoes, &c. of tvery description, wMch willbe submitted to their Jnspedion on the same terms whi. h have met with iiitiversalapprnbrttibn. Beanion apd Co.-is tlii: only house iir London appointed for the Sale of the Georgian Sha\vls, made from the Ftir of the Se-alof the South Seas. India Shawls, Gold Turbans, &e. New Bond-street, No. 61. ,  - ' : ANNUITIES REpEE.M-ABLE. ' I �'EN Years Purchase wijj) be icnmediateiy given X for Annuities uiidei�,iably secured iipw Freehold, Cppy. hpid, or long LuftselioJIfl,'Estates, where the parties have an absolute interest, a'idon which' (by reason of the pressure �t lbs tin-.cs), Moiiey-caiinnt he obtained upon Mortg-ig?. And eight yeaw-purcliass will lifcewiss be given f(>r Annuities f;.'r yoiing,Llye�, aecured on tho iike property, "iyrm^tn^ef^ .the Fur.ds, where the parties have oitly a life interest. In either ca4B,,the gMiitois wiintav'e th? power of reieeming the sainc.-r^PF'ly personally, of by letter, to .Mr. King, at his lidu-e, 8v Jt^hw-street, AdelpM, �   MONEY FOR LIFE ANNU^iTIES. 300i.., 500i., a larger amouiit. .....- -;s upon landed esrates, houses, tm1de BY and Co. ingreat variety of numbers and at the lowest prices.- prdi-Ts by letter or .carrier, ciecuted exadlly on the same terms as if present.      , '   - N.B. All bvtsiness in the public Funds traitsaaed with care and fidelity. .  : MORE PRIZES AND LliSS TICKETS. SWIFT and CO. No. 11, Ponltry,/ {jciint Con-tradlors for the present Lottery,) feel'themselves highly giatified by the general a;>pr.)bation which the Scheme has received. They can withxoftfidence recommend it to'the attention of their Friends and the Public, as possessing su-perior advantages to the Schemes of the late Lotteries.* It contains Upwards of One Thousand Prizes nn.re than, the last Lottery, with only the saineiiumbsraif Tickets, and has even an increase of One Hundred and Seventeen Prizes upon the May Lottery of last year, which consisted of 5,os3 Tickets more. The liighest Prize in tliis Lottery )s L.25,000 and the lowest L.zi-To higinDrawmg 12th of M;iy. The following Cjipital Prizes were sljarcd and sold at this OlHceiiiUte late LoltotieSj viz. :     �- No. 6,75�, L.io,ooo, No. 2:6, 8,041 �2'j,95J L. 16, JOO .     10,000 10,030 KTfOOO lOiOOO No. i8,5J!) 7.9v' .   ��.599 L.ro.obp 5,000' .   . 5,uoo Besidfii many others of 2,opol. i,o6ol. jool. Sec. N TEW STATE LOTTERY; I2th of May, 1806. SCHEME. begins Drawing Prize of I 2 z 3 10 .10 2b 56 6,203 25,000 Tickets 20,000 10,000 5,coo 1,000 500 100 is *i lid, Cbpyhold, or Leasehold Estates, iiv Land or Houses, ^l^ney in thrf Fuiubj "Rent Charges, Marriage Settlements,  y.idnv's Jointtires, Annuities, Patent Placvs, Church Liv-.3ngs, or a�yvc?;tain Income lor Life, may be supplied with Sums of Monej; to any amount, by paying an adequate Anr . iwiity Interest for the same, redeemable any time, at .fheir ''own option.   PernonaV applications will be received every 'day, till Three o'clock ; �iid Letters from Correspondents, in yoynor p,qur)tfy, post paid, imrnediately aiiswercd. . rpjHE Rev. WJLLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT X .ANTllULIO us PILLS.   The exclusive Sale ol this ^  valuable pftedicinip being now vested solely in tlie Rev." VVil-liam Bariilay, and those appointed by him, the t\ir�her sale ot �        '.Pills is, .di) coi^sequence, cntifelv (lisGontirtucd at the ,   )[ilaB(^ratory, No, 35, Ucdfbrd-strircf, Covcnt-garden, and is ,. nt>w'estaWishedat the Rev. William Harqlay^S Wareliousn, .  Kficesleri-squareJ wheristhepublicmayheasaiVr^d pf haying  - them in Jheirpuir�iand gehiiiiiestai-e.   Mr. Wchard Butler, N(),,4, Chea|'!�iHfc,' �jt'ing. appointed 'sole Wholesale Agent, all wholesale orders, botji liitown ;an(l cquiitry, af� re-�W�J.ted to be addiejs.ed,fohim,^who will makts thcTwde the  �'Vj^^?lr*''"waiice, ''Nonaf'ar6 genuiiio !but those having a ,    .MMl^.StnmpV V/ithrthe �iamo, V IJic Riv. W. Barclay," ' ' .       'v.- T,.A, FHrPi'S, Agerii; fo�:the Proprietors,' Five First-drawn Tickcts.ist Day � I. t.ooo earh 1.5,000 Five First-Drawn Tioket.s.3d Day 1,000 each 5,000 First-diawn       .        4th Day .        ib.o.-'O Ditto .      5'h Day .        20,000 Ditto t, 6th Day ;        25,000 Piffteof a Ticket,  J^..\^ Half, Quarter, - ^-'o '3 -  5  a 19  o %hth;   - �.r .Sixteenth, . -   i 12 6 Prizes of L.30,000 21,000 10,000 15 Prizes of    i..5,000 16 - 2,000 54 . ., -.          ',oco Likewise' the bnly 3,t-ool. ever shared; besides several jool. Jool. S:c.\ and in i8i>4, and 1805, the following Capitals were sold in 227 dilierent Sh'ares : Nos. 16,801, �7.9'5, 13^747.  ONTINUATION of SUBSCRIPTIONS Mr. PITT'S STATUE inthe UNIVERSITY oJ CA^IBRIDCE. ' Subscriptions already received   -   L.j,oS6 14. ^25,000 , 4 ,000 20,000 15,000 10,OOP '     SiOoo 2,000 2,8oo 130, .'00 �2.0,000 Dr. Ord. - 5   v Vis.Sydney,Cl.ir'; Hall 10 lo Dr. Scott, St. John',^ lo 10 - Hankes, Esq. M.P. Tr. H.      - 11 to Professor Lloyd, Ir. C. 5 5 Dr. Maskelvne, Tr.C tj lo How. R. Ryder, M P. 21 o finrl of Cloiimrll, Tr. Coll. -        51 10 Dr. Parkinson,Christ's z 1 o Dr. Zouch,,Tr. C. 21 o l)r, Pretymar, Penth. 210 Sir G. Robinson,Tr.C. 25 5 Lord Rolle, Enian., too o Lord Northaijlpton, Tr. ., toll. - So  & .i^rchdcacon Law,D.D. 10 10 T. Willisi LL.D. Qn's 10 lo Blsltop of Petetbf'roiigli 31 10 Rf. Hon; Lord Thynne - to la Hon. and Hev. G. V. VVellesley 5  5 Hoia.F. Robinson      21  0 Lord Bvron, Tr, C.     31 10 The bishop o) Cloyiie, Email,        -   �     31'to MESSRS. Perryman, V\/akeham' 5 5 Mathias, Ir. Coll.' , 55 Nathetcoat, Christ's . to ib Wood,Pemb. ' 2.3 H. Goulboutn, Tr. C. to to T. Leman 1010 W. Chafy, Sid. 5   5 J. Shilleto, Tr. Col. to 10 C. Wcrdswo'th, Tr. C. 5 5 R. S. Ainslie So   o K. H. NevJsoa.Tr. C. 5 o E. F. Hatton io 10 W. PeiTlbcrton, Pet. H. 5 5 C. M. Sutton, Tr. Col. 21   o T. .s. Lord Bishop of Lincoln 52 ib Lord IJishopof L(;nd itl 52 10 Vis, Palmerston, Job. 52 10 LordMarrowby,John's iyj o Lord St, AsRph - 52 10 L .rd NiontaKlie,.1ohn's 21 o l.ordlioston.St John's 10 10 Hon. F W. Piini'ose,, Pcmb. College    -   10 10 Sir Edward Littleton,   5   j Sir Corbet Ccirbct, Tri-.  h-ty College   . -     zi  o |. L. Hubbcrsty, Esq. Qneeii's Cohegu    -   2  2 H; Willonghby, Esq. M.P. Christ's - 10 lO H", Drury, Esq, King's 55 li. Driiry, Ivsrj. King's s 5 Dr. Rhotirs, Caiiis - '5 5 Masiter of Clare liall 31 10 W. Adams, L.L.D. Tri-. iiity Hall.  -   , -     5 . j S.vK.Bufnaby, LL.D. PC'nbroke C6!Ic>;e -   5   5 ]. VV. CompioiiiLL.D.. Trinity H.-iil - 5 5 H.Jenner,LL.iy.Tr,H. 55 T, Edwards, LL. D. TrliiityHall      -     S  5 MESSRS. E. Latter, St. Jolm's 22 A..Iiulwer, Pcmb. Col. 5 5 W. U. Ward, Queen'i 5 S ,S. B- Viiice, iCiiig's - 3 3 W. right, Tr. Hall 5 5 J. Cookson, St. John's  3 z - Onflow, King's - 10 10 H. Hasted, Christ's - 5 5 J. Goodtbrd,Trin.Col. 20 o - Sttratton, Sf. John's 21 o J. Stratton, do.   .' -    10 10 - Pdtdiet, do. - 10 10 ,R. Hargreaves - 5 5 b.C. Smyth,SeniarFel-. lowofCaius College 3 3 - Bonney Clare Hall 5 5 J. Isllis, King's - 10 lo H. K.Bor.ney, Christ's 2 2 - Entwhistle, Christ's 5 o J. KQmpthbriie.St. Joh. 5 5 T. Salnipn, do.  -   -  s a - Recvcj Caius. -  -  3 3-r- Wollasion, Chisie- tiurst -' '- 2i o C;: Grant, IVfagd:.!en 5 :$ R. Grant, Magdalen 55 r. VV, Morlcy, Tr, C, 10 o - Haygjirth, St. John's 5 5 H. nlney, Caius - " - 5 5 J. Gilbard, St. John's 10 to ,\V. J.A!kinsoii,',rr,CbL 5 5 J. H., MichcU, Kind's -5 5 J. Donne, St. Jf(hn's   � 5   5 - Gamble, Pernb.Col. 2t o, J. Piatt, Queen's   - '    5   5 - l'ouirtillon,lr.Hall 10 10 R..H. Solly, Magdalen 5 5 v. Drake, Sr. John's    5   s " S. lUitler, do.        - 10 to J. Horseman        - S   5 J..C. Wright, Kirig's s   5 J. 11. Humphreys, 1 rill-ty College        - 55 - Kent, do., - 55 H. Powell, Trin. �.dl J o All Commnnicausi.s upod this subjedlare to he iiddresse.i to the Rev. John Brown; Tiiniiy Coihge, who is Secretary to the Committee.. This Div are published, price 2i-. ^WO SERMONS, prcrfched in the Cathedral at 1.   Winchester on t.he t;i-.N !: K A L :rHANK..sG I VINCJ, Decerriber s, 1805 ; and on th^iGr.NERAL FASr, icb. 26, 1806: By the Rev. EDWt.'ND POULTER, M.A. Printed for J. VVhhc, I'leit-strsct; Burden, Wiuche'jter ; and Crut!well. Rath.      , _   ' VIcrUALLING.f'FMCE.Ap-il J, 1806. rHE Commhsi^ners fir l^iOnallhig His Majesi)*t I./,..:.   V_   /.___/.._.__.  KT-.l..    ''//;_..� !.'....>_.�.     tt...lQ.L >d(.i/�)r the i/:t oj .........,�     �      , Nl-uL' Rmnicy, in fJ-.ucr F.-JaJj, ai,l at '.lir^^!lt ('m epjrit; fj'ir^.tfncitI jroi'i tlj.u lUy lo Ite t Li cemit-r }:^..ti?;r:i.:r.'t; In li? paiJJ:/r Ly hllli pr.y.ibli, -jjah intert.i^ ninety iii}t liftt.  �iali. 'I'lit Cotf^iiif.i't ';f the C'l'ilicrn n:v /.r :r,?r; 'II i'i'� Ofjke, fit t'vs Of-.', C<- -y  /-;;/>,..'.'/'..';..'.�.�., .'h^-i j'^r tilt- I^'iriifX'' iit'^^t ill //',,.y in bit hehiilf, dtteniii, lo ,ii;f::� ^    ^       -i-- or f'jr any quantity lif rilhe'' ifjmiitirathn nut ie..> ,\>,iit F'fiy Tom ; to be delivered'in Ten li'tekl, by vncliiy fropprtjciit, itttn His .Vlajetty'^ p'kttijninjt Storn at Dfff.rd, ditd to be fii/d for >y Bills pynb/e tilth luterest ninety dafi afitr dair. The Conditions of. the CoiHriet liiij Suniptet of i>Jt Heo^t miy be teen at the tiecreiUiyU .OJjice. Nf ler^.ird "j'ill he k.-td to any Tender in ii'hicb ibe price tbsll K'i! i'e iiiisrlei in wordi ^t Isiil^tb, C'- tl3.it thill nr,t be drl'i'veredt'i the liuird icp.re Ont o'Clr.ck cit the iaid lifd'.euhy, the 2'^ti> //:t'.!nr, tier nnleis the Pe>so>t ii'i'O n.ike; lie Ten i^r, if some Ptrion on hi' be'juif, attends, to dm-jucr tvhe/i cUlIedjot. ' ' '.    ^    NAVY-Ol-M-fJE, April 8, iS;.6. ''HE Principal, Oj/iccis and Comtjiissioii.'rs of His 10 ij 10 16 5   5 5 S 5 3� 10 5^ 10 10 2 2 2  2 .5   5 Total     L, 4/92  2 Tickets and Shares are on Sale at ail the Licensed Lottery Onices. � .. CAPITAL PRIZES Shared, and Kfgistered by J. BiiANSCOMli and CO. JOII*>ri' Contra-flars for the last and several past Lotteries, ajid Propriietors of the Liickv Lottery Offices, No. ii, HO LI�->RN; No. 37, CO RNH1 L L, and No. 38, HAYvVlARKET, PtCCADl LLY, pri.)rto 1804; nainely,' L. NbsV L. etititled to    1,000 456, entitled to   2o,oco -           1,000 g,?i9, 20,000 -           2,00a ti,643, -'-         io,o6o -     . 2,000     7,686, 2p,020 - 10,000    7i7S7.   -�   ,      ao,022- Likewise 10 Prizes of 500I, and several tool. 50I. &c, &c. B. Please to observe, Tickets an.l shareis are now sell-ingat-theab&ve OfHces, in gieat variety of Numbers; and the Public may depend on any Number they fancy being secured, on application before it is sold or engaged, as were several of the above Capitals, particularly 7,757, entitled to 20,0221. iivthe last Lotfery. Schemes of the present Lottery gratis, which begins Draw-iilg the i(2thX}fMiiy next.        ' : ESS^'iNTlAL SALT of LEMONS, For taking IrbnM'ukls, Ink Spots, Red Wine, atul.'other Stains, out of Lint n, Muslin, Lace,     and for iniiny other � ifses, as a substitute w Lemons.  Prlue one Shilling the ..'.box. � �' � 1", '   �'    � �   : HAVING received niimerous cohiplaints that Compositions sold iinder the title of Salt ot Lettions are not only ineeir h�iuls, as it instantly dakes out the stains of fuiit, coloured gIovt;$, and is tiiuch more agreoabteto uit* � tliaYi IfctttphitBcU. :,      : -  ' AMb|(sania placoina/beiMd, Bavley's Scowq'iuic,Drops, 1 riClURE of I ONDON, revised to Marcli 2?, 18.6. ^HE Bocksellers in '['own nnd,Counrry arc re-__spedtl'iiUy inibrmed, that a iiew and extensively circulated Wolk was this'ilay ready i'^; delivery, priec vs. bonrul in red, whhnew Views, new Maps, and oiHvr nsce,.>?ry il-lustrati lea;iure or business, .may dbtarn it at the shop of ever) UdjkiC,let in evervoartof Great Britain and Ireland. Bridge-street. April S. COMPANION TOTHE PEERAGE. This day is i)ublished, pri.cc9s.6d. in board.';, or los. 6lI. bound in red,; in ore thick and clo.'.ely printed Volume, the size of Iiebret'i's and Kearslcy's Peerage, : ABIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO THE PRE-SElsTT HOUSE of COMMOMS, containing iiriet but corredl Notices of the Lives, the I'jmiiy and Party Coniiex-ions, the Senatori.jl Charadicr and Cmduil, an I ail other useful and satiif.idlorypiriicuiars relaivetoall tlie MEM-UERS ofthe C !,i.;k-friarsiSold by Blacks and P.irryv l.ead-.-nh'iii-sirei'f ; I". Ostell, Ave-M:iria-'an:'i and to h.id ot liU b ovscller!; in town and country. An IMPORTANT ADDITION to the S i cVjk oi .   , BOOKS pf EDUCATION. This day is piibliihedi printed i-n gond Pape.-, and in a cle.ir Type; cprrespcnding in size with Dr. .Mavot's British Nepos,;. price 5s, bound, with the full ,\!lowance to Schools, MtIe class BOOK J or. Three Hundro.l and ^Sixry-iive READiKC; LES.SONS for Sch olsofeitiitfr Sex : combining, with the elements of all kiK^wl-ili-e, agrcnior number of Reading Exeicis.'s, fiom ilis b�t .Authors, thsii are (o be found in any other Wtnk of the s:.me tioicription : ev?ry lesson, having a clearly detined obj.ct. and ti.Mc!iing some principle of science rr in"ralitv. or seme iin.icitant trvith. By the Rev. DAVID i^LAlU. 'Phfi Author lias been stitnulafed.to compile these Exercises \nfe.iding, by tijsobservation, that, althnniUi thereat )>i.!.ent exist several'e.Ktellent biAiks tor teichiiig Reatiing add hl-.-cution, the object tiftlwindrie.' ngt cxteua hoyond the ni.re combination ot words ; and tlicy cooNist nl.ntst entire!, of passages selttle^ with leftrence to bemty of conijioiiiiim rtWy. Iirihe present Work, Eteganc* h.is heei ur.it-.d with Utility ; Sound and Sense have hten stiMiouilycmbined ; �nd Elo^jnence has always been atlaptrd to the piirp i.mS cf InstrudVion. In shoif,evcry oueot the Lessons i n't his (Mass Book, is calculated to make the Youiig Readct both wi�cr/ �ikI better. The Author's own fxnerienee as .i Te.^clier, sngge.strd to htin thedivision of his U.-jok into! hii;e Flundral and Sixty-. five, Lessons, or t)nc lot every Day in the Year j in -ach of which, the subjci^l maittr is geiteiallv finishnl within the suitable length oi a Lesson. This divisi.in, it is ot>viiiis, will beatttfitdett with Au iM)u�l degree of cunvenience to rhe TutoiKUd Pui^il ill J,l�e aciual business of H puljlic Seminanr; Prim�d tor Richaid PhiliiM, No. (i, Bridv-e-utreof, BUcJi-fiiars': and (9 ^ hn^i of all BooKwUers ki tlw Cnitcit-Kii>A^-dom, ^"   �  . ' .��>'-'^-; ' Majestys Navy d'j k-reby gke So/ice, That '.nf�.l-DAY, the lith instant, at Te>t o'jL'hck in li,e Forrn-^, Cf>m-miuiorier Fansliawe ivill expote to i!a/e, at the Pay Office iii bis Majestys Yard at Ptym:ulh, several Lots oj O LD S 1 O K tS, coKiiit!"^ of Old Rope, Shakings, ju.nk,Hamhiocks, Ountin, and Canvass ; H-mp Rubbish, White Oak'am, ah l.Flj-inj?; Empty Tar Ba'tels,Oil a;:d i'ai.nt Casks, &c.      . -All liiiig in the said Yard. PFhere any persons ti.'iJynis to become ,p.'i.iy be niaifr /Ira VJti:-'y 0;-.-tber p:ii-pos.'S ;^!) �provide foi rcKiU-al of Leases'-13 lecure Sums paid for Plrseror E'liplpyiKCKts, or f-.f the: Purci';iii� if Life ,h.itates in Aid of Armm^emcn:! btl-ik:een D ' a small Premi-ant, imure against DeaAjr:-} Miih:,vy.-icciJents.' ' Annyitii-i. a: e g.a.'Ued :,; co:i:mei:cf i�:lnedi.^tely, or at tcny jii::i^ tJi! ird.   .   ; I'rin^vJ Hates aid Cr.':d::i'yi: s,/ /.i.vn.-.Tff '.v.y" be ia.i p;'at!'', ivi'b r.V Li-:i O'reii^ti, at ab:\-!., t.' of the AgcT-.n of. Fi-IE .!!Rrri;;!r Fi ; t-ointedA:rentit'-.):i:isOfie;. .ROBERT ?KELT0.\-, Sec. Ti.'e unprcceie'Hed prefoe'icc given t3 ti'it Gji.w ly a!! Description 'f insure-s, lie Di-uiors Jiati'cr.tbe.t .. ' tl'atJisi'tuU'oKtof.'.i'irS.:)' '( c in .j.-.y be lir-eficiai    ;Vv c.,^ ra: A.Jza.i.ugc!.   At;Tic^:i.irc.i Se�; a Yt.lr, aKd J.c- At:ci:t!o'i iipa-'di.-r.;.. -ra: jnuireu;;t 2t. bd. p.y Cent. The (Jfjlec s^iaia frt.uraiiresfcy Pe.-'i'd. ib^rt.-.f a le.ir, a nakes good Los.! by i''i' /v.-! Li,i;'\'.-:: '1;. iits.'ira'/ces dt-e      L .dy .'J.:y :iiK:: ie p.iid on jr. {'.��/. iBtr^tk li-rf nf April \s\t. Proposals and It't.e' .lns:f:y:e jriiverrd rr.itis. : .    W)i;i:K fsK 1-I.T A\. �;?c. V-^IONEY.-Messrs. 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