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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THEATJIE RHYAU,DRURY-LANK". -rHIS PRESENT JEVENlNGihcir Majeures' Jr.   >er�a�n� wHI afcV     . ^    i       ' TWEVWONfyPRv T)(>il PellJt. Mr. EUfi^on'; DonftaViolante, Mrs. Jordan. i!rt*6r^*liicli will ji� pioduceit (�oc'the 4th tlm�) a new    CjwwlOperaHcat ltiimahc PRESENT KVENIMG wiW b: jjcrlormed 1   aVfiteiijaliJidmiiiJtiCfOMma, ejlleil 1 THE WHrf�i i'l^VMB; or, Th�i Border CMeftafis, With ttewosrtli'iv; tj^ess*** sodil^cAiatWrnit.  The. IKemlre a;td *.1ii! tr. Murray, Mr.HjlJ, Mr. t^wtett,       ni?nc&ftl.^ Mf'. U Jolmstoif. Mr. Taylor, J^I^.'XJrtJrdrh.^MftljWl'edion, Mr. Li�ou* Mis�t>�viM, Mius X?p/'4 h\^N�)REI^>6yNUS wm"b*e give., to i? aryji?<5y w'jeiuVlrt'an wija h.� interest to prr'curea Pf.AC^f 0'N-0l!*? >mls the Freqpli Lahguage, writfss?inex,teUent expeditioifs hand( and is willing to devfttfe the' vjfbcrtbdf his thine to bustncss. Ke-peitahSe'recnm'rifeinfiAirtnsVarKtrMiuleniable security can ba gtven^ amU'the Ujn�a�ff*Ecr?�y/and scnipuloits honour will attended>tr>' rNff.Broker n>et( aiinty.-IMease to a'dress to A. rt.-atMy. EgeW's.-Miiliyy- Ll-rary. Wh'tohall. TX.IAHJJS i.mmi'm>. ^ ^�A^D.S'rEW.MlD, VV "a young 'Man.'fforti' the Lwthtans'of Scotland, ot tindetiiabJecharafler,' ind'^ver)^ rfspetlsthle'ipnnecUcns, who has had much practi  accdui its; and won Id ! month or I A �. ,       .        .      _  ______,        .  -   - Blltfill 'ap])ly whose priaperty.is nbt;iMtch Herrings, B?ef for g:aiitig, Rein Deer Toii ii:�l. gt tl>e best quality. LETIER. COl'YINi; mW^NES and WRITING -. � . DESKS. �-,      � �'� : "Vr MIDDLETON, 162, Straml, opiiosite New--1\  cajitle-street, begs leive to inform the Public, that he has iirtw-r^adyFr sale an extensive assortment of LHT CER . CtJt'YING M?:i5HlN^S for Counling-hoase and ptivate use.  On the utility of me Lettei^ Copying Machine it is not necessary to dwell, a�.�ti� well known that twenty long letters may be copied without the possibility ot error.in less ��ine,.thw �ne ot a moderate length can be .written ^ he has like^i.'.e a great vatitty'fit'Writing and �ressii^ ilesks, for tlie'usei>f Udibsof.Gfentlemen.-Jn tnihoj^any, satin wood, �c.- Pocket;,,S1jaying,Coi��mo lanutactory for Blatk Lead ^elicits. '�  ' � ^ TLAQI>lE^.'-r7iTl?lessfkvLUCAi> .and Co. beg ,^eave xVJL :to inform Vftbje I1i�mayi!te-in't*ai�t, ami desitous of ti*Tfowiiti^; ,^,jv.    : . . ,   '     � Personal apid^aViflnsijre daily^recejved by Messrs. I.uc^s smdCo. stWo.'-�,''f�tites^tfcee, Ailel-phi, ^irind ; and let-ters ^St4|a}c�);|fii5�yryt ^^tljj^^^ � '        ' S-      ^RlfCHtOtf-^H ^rY P4ltJNDSiRE\VA,Rl). ,WWch tast^tbyit^SetyinU/flf *  nflemaij on a ��\k.oC jBnglaniV N-jle>Vvlz." 26th op^ visit at UNDS- in; ^ITHE DIRECTORS of the ALiJION ^IRB 1 and LlKli INSURANCE COMPANY bfg leave to call the attention of ths public tp the Qumeroiufind Inv portailt advantages attorded by thi^ KstablisKniieni, both with re�pe;ltu Insurances from Hire, andrtti Lives. Th**Directors have deterniiiied to omit ii , ty the hrgli degree of en-cbuiaeemeiit with whicli the Compaiiysihas hiilieito been honoured ; :   ' ,   ' PrimttI Piirtieuliii-t i^re dtl'ivtred, ffrf of fsiptnce, althc Com-farij/'s ffaut(yin'CHA^eit'?ii.i.t,w, CoRNrfJti.. Aittilduncet daily, from ttinr 10 foitr. IJy Order ot the fiisird, W.ARNK,'* PHrl'P^"Se �. a saving may hp ttr^Wwi the pienumn it np less than one fwif/bi-djta^e years, of more than oiui/uidi-andtvr seven years, oti�ar1vo>7r/fu  l,ONDt)N I>WCK.S, AND fc.\SlV THE GIREGTORS of the Ai:3^J0N KfRivahd 'LIFE INSURANCE C( J M IM Ni ^ , have determiiUd to accept GENERAL INSU R ANCKS ton l'foi)rrty at the: West Ind^-i and London-Docks, andnfithe V/areh-us-rs ef the East Iwlw Company, at I hro- Sh'llniKS per Cent, per Anntim ; oratlower-pTciniums.torilMft periods. By Order ol theRonl, WAKNER PHIPPS. Pec'etarv. PH^l URE of LONDON, revj^edPO March i tvt to visit LoiV on on pleaaiire or lousiness, may obtain at the shop of every Booksciler in every p*rtofC;rVjit BritVuf and Ireland. Itridge-streei, April 8.   . T f alllhe N'otes, years'nnr only, .... ftvlriry, '^r'i�<^�U^of^he gedpertpn*,'^.. PWAntse b �tthC'WD  ^late� ir(>p-*w��^p)[fejii^�irt i'l?       S^A^'-^ns'a'ri? .IgWd.as beh^.; which. LO,ST, about the- 2fch of February last, at Bir-miog'oam, a lUNK of RMGL\NI)V 'TF, No,6j4, .d.r-'L4nteties, viz.     -   ' .No; 6,791, L.aoiooo, Ha-.tiS,  ... L.io^MA  No; i9vS39    fijiz   .      .   10,000        '9,>$6  ,041  .   .   , ,io,o i .Ditto 1- Pxicepf.s^TJekel//Jf.to to' o   ' �   "Half.' f ' ; Qtjorter,     - $  I b. {.;!hrt�nth)   > -ti ; jTiek�i�<^nd,WMirft( �(.�on     atijU.tJje Lis lOIBcM. ' ' X*t riofiy tiu,iiaan.  . THE CoMmistJoneri fir fietitafling Hit M'ojatj'i N.iiy [do hereby'givf Notice^ That on iP'ednesday, tlx Jo/A init. (inshtid rf iyc.-,iriv.:ay the syh inaiant at prei.le.u'/fi adver-tite.i) tbry vHl be rtidr to receive Tenders in loriling /sealedupj, and t>'tjt f6r the folliiuiitg qkauifiet o/" IRON 'HOUPSJ t'iSi. . . � VA1 I HdOPS      .     - IQO} BlJTrHOOPH . ajoSTons.      PLA IE HOOPS - i�oV .     Office, ....... , -1^ regard �will //eJikH to any Tender-in if f>ict' (be price thall "^tot 6e (li^erlrj Iti^uordf aljfe>i(;ib, 'o>- that sb.;l.l hoi be liel'veredto the Hoard btflire One a ttock on tbi said -iVediie^day, the ioin in'U^nt,. nor unlets the ferson tv(>o nt.iiei tlie TenJcr, or some i'nmiroH'.difieiulf,atten,h^toans'fv<;rvji)encilleJfoi: T-'i-lE Rev. WILLIAM iiARCLAY's i?A liiN i' A N r 1BILIO UPI L L.S.   The exo)iisive Sale ot this valnahie hietticmehfing how vesie tahiis)tetl the Ke�. Wtiliatft Haiiilav's 'A'arehnuse, hntie*l�'-&c)UM� i whets tl| >eirig.appoiniixl sole Whi'lesale Aisent, all wrrolesale. fuders, both in town and conutry, are re-qoestetl to he addies�ed To him,\vho mill niaRe �he I'mde tl>e u.suai allowance. None arc (^Civmne but those h.iv!ag a Black Stamp, with the nairie, "1 he Rev. VV. Barclay," eogtaved thereoh. T. A. PHI.'PS, Agent to the PrDprtetprs, Beiitonl-sfreet,' Covent-carden: ALl BABA, or ^^)RTY�T'HI^V1:S. This day is pubiislVeit, in tilliputiaii e IU^mi Gultye;'s,Tiavels.  Parti. tiQ. Part 11. -Do. Part HI. Do. Part IV. In all,tthlrty-iwo sotts. The vhole of the aJ)ove m.^v be had sep irately, at Sixpence eiich, with. tHree colo*ircd Engr.ivings j or they may be had all bddiid tngsttier, IntoVtr v.jlumes, price Ten Shil-'iing^.^v^th ^smfttlefiHumbBrot plain EnjutiivnigSj under the li't(tle�t H�p.M|i^i;^i0til^"   . .-I^ B,.|p jiistice *o themselVeB,. Tabartand Co. shall, *rate that'their Editions of thfc'^afiave Stories consist either J'Ofnew Transtationsvor.of modernieM and impr RBS&  1-tob^su�tM�ively adopted. - By JO&HUA COLLINS. A M. I^eit atTt>wn. '      ' 'Th�^fb)towinx'X:ritic�I 'Sanctions hate appeared of;this ifaltoblfcan(lii�afuiw�fk. -   .J ; �iThisi'isa well'Writteij ,aiid jud^i^ious Publication, conveying miwh practical- Intorihation ot^ the SMbjectof Edu* cathin,and k thereinhtKUly/^oithy tlie. Peru^l uf every Berson concetned in the improvement of the lising GenenKiui)i rTbc; Ar^epunvo''^09K*f'*"'^''y      A" Sjcho*>l�Men*s.to bf t^ft result of Kxiirritfndei-imt certainty liikfiJaysdauch erudir-,'tbii. ;The AutJtor'#.Hj��nfQ4AvMio|aa^ .Sttidures- k� ! M(�(niMWnie ti?'  ^s' ! do .hill) Kreat CrediK        w.v;S�h�lwr'ftmt.Christian 'T�i �k�tibning. ,|*a per- p'late�, ptioe 9*.     in boards j or lonM. sheep, lettered,    ,.      . TpHE- NAVAL syRGEdN j dr SURGICAL Jt ahd MEOlCA-LrMARIW|e OUID^ , cbmprisina 3 full and ciiifiplete Account of the Duties of Rro'essi'Jul Men at sea; witlT ample l|istrtiC)u>Asfor the t-reserration and Restoration of the He4lth of isnmien in' every Siiuatiun and Climate; To whicii are subjoined, a Practical Systciii of Naval Surgeryt and a Comi>eudioits Pisarmacop^ia, ai* companied l�y Platesj :   ByWlLUAM TURNBULL, a M.   � .. , Member of the Royal Col\egeof SilrgeonS, London j, FcUovlr of.tlirMedJcal Soiiiety of London ^ Surgeon to the Society tor thj Reliefpf the aupture-.l Poor j and formerly a surgeon in iiii Majesty's Navy. Piiniwl for Richard Philips, No; 6, Bridge-street, Bhickfriars;^ and to be had e>f all Bookseller*.  en'6iwtriitor ot Practical A-'aroriiy in Vt. rhomao's Hos-pitiCanu Sur-enn to tne Di^pensnry foi t)iseas;s of ths Lye and e.ir.   Priceiss. y .  4 Practicil OtJSttiKatimls on the Diseases of London.   By-R. Willan.iM.D. F.A.S.   Price 4s. 6a, . 3. A Treatise , Sc�i*t Pbyvxian to 4._Ap_r3 tlui-'iiuumy Dispensary.  7^. boards. A pf3clic.l I'rejtise on .)i-Iii iJne Vol^ipi? izmo. ptice6s. � . ..-        .....,...~>6s.     ' 1;. A be'ries of Popular Essays on the Me.iiis oF Preserving anil J^estoringMealth. By Thomas BciidaeSjM.D. in iiitee Volumes, 8yo. pr ce Jl. 4s. in boards^ 6. A treatise on the I'uicess employed by Vafij-e in su,o-pi-e.ssiug the Hentorrhapc fn>in Dividetl nii.i Pu.aotureil Arte- . tid. boanis.     � KOrtEBUMS I RAVELS l.H ITALV. This ihy are publislied, in .frur closely pJiited Volumes^ Sinai] octavo, uIii.*orin with tiie other Travels of tlte same Author, p-ice aps iiv Imaids, 'T'^RaVELS  throngh  ITALY, ftom   Livonia 'A throiig.i Tyrol and (-'lore-ici to Naples, and troin Naples tJirongli Ro'roe, 1io!o. . Stc. &c. and � ot Travels in Siberia aiHin. rrunie. Various Englishcn cshave prcucuncevl KojT.i:>iie to be, 1:1 every resjied, "the tirit oj Travellers,"a  lope, is a circumstance demonstrative of his extrsonl'na'y . meiit. Y�^t,~however interesting way have been his former i"ravels, these in Italy claim rank as his chel d'ceuvre, ana 10 a naiti-cnlar mannsrcomroSnd the notice ot th- literary w.jiId, not only as relating tothe most interesting Countitrs in Europe, but as po>sessntg � rich and unequalled fund ot novelty, in^>.r-mati'^n, and amusement. Prmted tor Richard PhtHlps, No. 6, Brldgei-streer, Black, friars, and to be had ot all Bouk;>el!ers. Of whom raty be had. The Fourth Ediuon of KoMeboCs Ttavels in fiiberia, Three Volumes, price 13s. 6ti. i and the 'Third t'tiitionot hisTravelsiaFranci, three vols, priti 13s. 6d. isbgards. CAPITAL BOOKS ON AGRICULT. The Sixth Edition, unproved^ in one large \ olume, odavo, price Half a Guinea in BoardSi THE FARMER^s CALENDAR; containing a full .Account of the Business pec;ss.i'y fobe perfcrme�i on all kinds ot Farms dr.r rg ev.ry Month ot liie Year, with the latest Impruvcmtiits, and the mode of eiccutiug them. ' By ARTHUR YKUNC, Esq. F.R.S. Secretary to thcKoatdot Agticultuie, and Member of various Philosophical and Agricultural Societies in Europe and.^menc-.. . It is Impossible, in the comrsss of an .Ai^vettisement, to enuineate the nnpoKant cont. ts, and the creat pract1C.1l .idvantages, which must result, the management ot land, from a ciin^ant reference to this usernlW�,rK. Many tiioa swd copies ^re. sold 10 every year ; and intelligent t armer and Conntiy Centlemen in every county in �nglan rineiplilBreeds of Sli^ atul Gaitle, price Four (rumens in t>ott( ^n�RrQyements.andP.siM.yeriei^ ai\d'll� lesults of all tht atteptioii �nd enquiry whrah hav� (Men h^wed oti thir itnportant' Steieoce, during the last vhitiv years ^, the w)\ale combining and explaining. t]ul|y, exteusrvel\% and cun[\pieteiy> tti� Hritictpte*.�nd k^r^lcfl of the Mixlern Art of Hnatnndry in �IUtj>-bianchea and relations. By R. W. l?lCnS(�Ni'M.D. Hono�siry*^WemDer. ot Che Hoard of AgfiCuIfurei        ' -    .      " 3. lirQuR'ietly Numbtrs,-price Three ^hillinga pencei'Ui�ntrali�di�it(�rUies. Phi! Aitni^ls of A^ixtoi^ or. ,b'nm�r*s Mignsinei consmiM; at viigit)'*) p VOUNp.^su. F.R.S.',V^. � Pcitittd fin Kichkid il)inHp�; UriUgr-aiieet, wd ta be hadjaf *l�lMaHMef�. /   

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