Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - April 14, 1806, London, Middlesex                                #1/ - I    ' ^ Mc>7vMy; ^Pi?/z: 14, i806. r:i>s 0:,. HpHIS PRESENT EVENING will be jicrfortiifed 1     Play, called   . ^^^^^^^ RoDa, Mr. Kenilale ; I'izariQ, Mr; Cooke ; Elvira, Nrs- ^'''wml " WE FI.Y liY NlbMrV'"- or Long Srpri T.j-ifinrrow,Thfe White t'liime, wiihTlie MidriiKht Hour. GUiiAT room, SPRlNG-GAkDRNS. !n|X EXHIBITIOInIS-to siee tile WTible oi-ily" 3s or is Mch. First, the Fanofama of Boulogne. Eo--v,ffo"s' 1 iiciUnpmsnti and - Vlotclla, by Scrres, Marine : i i't-r to the Kin�. .Second, the Battle of Tratal>';ar, and �1('itiiof Adiii. l.oid'Nelson, with striking.Likcr\cs;.csi"l.iri>e 3sl iCe of thnscPersons"wlioattcrtdeU him and his Funeral ProcesVion-trotn, C.reen%vich to St. Palil's, in Four very taree tMDsrirapci-s. Thiid, the entertaininfj InvisibleCirl. rou:rth; Serecr.TijHic NeedJe Works, as Pictures of larKc Ue.-jiienBions, I^iWi, the . Fa^r Ibi.iess, with Silver CVIour Hairancl Pinl^.pycs. bixth, Niirs Panoram? Viewsot v\ ev-jriou'th,rGi$io>, pxfcrd, Gibraltar,-beriiwayjitam, London, Dublin, an wyEk's HIsroRic lotieky. hTJHE followingi Letter -wbt^L.^r.; 30^ 1  has iirst ffceivcd from trfrtl SHEFJJL&LD, Sir HttN^ S.VJITH, Esq. M. p. (bearing a testiirioii/tr> liis Conduit' inz (.0 Ills iee�'"R�f "�>" I'^-v-"----.---,-......, M.renlcdReofhis fulillihR every Other ens.igemenf in this " LotteryWith equal honour to hunseUauUsatiktuction to the ^"^SiV-Having been necessarily t�i 'n th?execution ofoiir ttiist into an e^aniinatioti of the wholeof yout^ lidiiioji ot the History of EnSIaftd, we Iwvs a great pleaauie in expietsing tn-vmiotjr opinio", that you have honoiirab|v fulfilled your -in an Hndmaking of such inagnitude and difficiiUy, and \vherc s6 maiiy and Variotis -Artists were tiecessarily to be ewialuyed,    � '       " We arfe. Sir,*, �' Yjur obedient liufrible servants, � SHEFFIEI,D. :    .   �      .     :�- ^-   '� H. C.-ENGLEFIELD. M L.ortc;bn, April4, i8o6.        "r^M. SMIlHi "/I'o Mr. Robi'rt Uowyer, Pall-MaU." " \ ODERN DANCING privately taught hy Mr. ALLEN,.at No. 19, Sherrard-sireet, Golden-square, aiid^Ip. 10, Great Alw-street, Goodman's Fields, on jlatis exprcbsly formed for Ladies and Gentlemen of any iige vyhp have never- learnt |hat accomplishinciit, or n t in the pre^nt .ff^hion, a.nd whose age or rank mike it an pbjedl to Icarh p^rfedly-.private. And Fdfelgriers, Olficers, or couiury TiBsidents to .whom time is an iobje4t, expedjjtiously crinpleted. .' The ANNUABALL will be on Thursday the istof Miiy� at .the li^te Pirai's Head Tavern; Cateaton-s.ireet, Cheapside. � f^anulies oF the,NbbiItTjr, Gentry, and[ respeldlable Schools attended.-rLaclicaaStlyouna Protessprs Tnstrucleil how to tw.ch... '   . �  .        i "   ^   :^ ^-    GKAMrHA.M CANAL NAVIGATION. THE Gene"! A^riniial Assenibly ox Meeting of the Company of I'.rftpnetprs-of this Uiidertakihg, will be l-e^d at.the BVacknioor's Hfad-Innj in Nottingham, on TjiivRSDAV.the .lat Day of Maynext, at Eleven o'ClocK in the Mbfnini'.foT'&jrryilig the Aiils into E.xecut'on, and irans-adKig such Business respetlifig the said Canal Navigaiiun as may'thcnappearnBcessary;   .     ' Blaiik Proxies are lelt at the Par of the Ulackmnor's Head Jen, N.ittinglMm�-whcre,.fui -w.II as .by.av>{jlicaiiou to t!:e Cleik'i they imy bi had (gratis) and it is earnestly reqiu-if. ed that those Proprietors wliocinnot attend will make appli-cationfor such Proxies accordingly; � ^      WM. UOTLl-.K, Cleik to the Company. CranXh^in, April 9, ' THE untTersigneii Musters .of Briti.sli Ship.s lately arrived ffoni Hurnhurg, hViving in the hour of dan.gcr TeceiveJ such niaik.etlaftei.tirn Irnin Edward Nithuls, E.sf]. the Urinih,y�ice Coitsui tiK*r/?, that t.'iey deem it a dutyin-c.tnnbent M)Von; thcrn Jp ;ad.opt this puhl'c niode. of miking known to their Coxirifry, th>,v?ry. cxifaouliiiary exertions of this GeiUleiiian in priJventing the: Ships u.idsr our command falling into the hands the Eneniy, by his active zeal ni giving lis ihfor,matioii,aiw,'^flbtdihg us his personal assiiiance to'enable us to get away:. !       �  Capr. TAir, Biig Hop*. CLakk, Ship Harford, ^s-  -^LANOLES, Ship Elbe.   ' ^-^ NOBLE, Ship Ocean.     y ,   ---WILSON, Ufig Robert and Sarah. "      -BKN'NIiT^Sinw Charlotte. C; y'.�, rcspeaiully icu,  forms the Public, that ha has constilnily on Siils the most extensive assortment in London o4 the above artiOles, �vnarranjed-in'^Wy MspetL cqurtVta beSpoke, at his ManuJjc-tory, .34.1 Sfr.a-.^d, QwdporfronTCatherine-streer, whicli, from the great a>tv^ntageBof pfompt-jwymenf, he is enabled todis-pnse.of-atthq umUrihentione.l very reduced ((rices.-r-Hcsisian Ca|f.;jk,4ni ily "143.. Uiito.Spaniih, loathor, il. 16s. liack-. 5lf.?nBoo^s, il. 14s, , Jockey baBlc-strap ditto, il.,i6Si MHit^ty i^t�)t�and Shoes proportionabiy ch.-ap.   The Tfade5Uftpliediis.ii�:ual. .   . __I__:_______J_ RE^AR"|:D' CHAFtCOAL,  and   CONCEN-.TR.^TEO SOL^UTION of CHARCOAL, for the .Te^llj, Moitt*^i�V>G.urti'!,- and cirreiiilig Foetid Breath 1, use,, and observHtionV P _ _ .      ;     CLKKCY ORPHANS. 1 jVrOIICE is hereby given, that a' SPECIAL. CENKRAL MEli'llMc; olthc: SOCIETY for m;.ih. t-'lV"^ ani? educatii.i-lPOORORPHaNS of CLERGY-MUN, will be luld at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, ih the strand, London, on MoNo.'vr the iist iiut.at one o'clock prtcisely, to receive the report of the Comniitiec on the Society's eleventh constitution. _________       .    ED.W. EMI^RY, Sec. AN. EN'SIGNCY to be SOLD for the Regn-' lation, in an Old ivvl distinguished Royal National Regiment <.'f liifimiry;-Personal apijiication, or  Letters ^jjost paid) diiecUd to M. A. at.Mr. Williams's, Np. ji, Strand. ,   � i ARMY,-A CAPTAIN of LIGHT DRA-GOONS, wlmse Rtgimcnt i,s stationed in the British Islands, wishes to exchungs to ,I N FANTR Y,    Letters, (por.t paid) addressed ')'Capt3iii H-, at Mr. Ingleton's Military Warehouse, -No. 41, Strand, will he attended" to. FILTERING VESSELS, on a NevvCt^N^TRlJCTlON. BY these Vessels Foul Water is purified and made 'clear as that of the* finest sprinz ; the'more {Iwy are tuie.-l tlje (npte.ttansparAnt; tha Waifer tvdl aft" r fa quick and plentiiul'sujVplyj arcno trou')l� to cleanse, and. want no rc--pair--are in.everv fftspedl adripled for s)�l<)S; TblSe hadof JOHN A'SHLUY, plumber, w.ite<|cbsct and engine pumpnianufddlurer. No. .^i, Skinner-strect, Snow-hill, Lon^oiVt        � . ** IOSTj about the 2 5^th of February last,-at Bir-.j init!g'-:iiTi, S'BANK. of ivNG.L VN D N JTI-, No. 634, dted ihcjtli of Feli'\iary, ifio6, value ONE HUNDRED � paUNDS, signed-]. Hill.-Notxi having heert given to the liahkof Englsrnd, th-: Bill will be sto|�ped if presented.r-If the Person who has found the abive, will brmg or send it to Mr. M. Davis, 2d dragoon'(Guards ; or to Mr. Ci.eorge: t Lrke, Stationer, Dorchester, shall reteve a reward of Ten .Guineas. ' ' ^ BRIGHTON-FIFTY iH)UNDS'REWAR1). STOLEN', .on ^ye..^1e' iinu,' dsiik hair-cut shorten the fjrehcad and bfhidd, with large Whiskers, 22 years-of a^e, name KOfJER'P LAWN.- Whoever will discover, the > tfeiuWr so that he may he ap, prehended, .shall oii convi.'.tion receive 50I. by app yinv; to Mr^ WiUousJliby, at No. 27, Slurraid street, Gphle-t-squafe,. Soho, London.       ^ ~ V ~    : DEED f.OSr or MISLAID; AN:: INDENTURE or DEED >of. COVE. NAN-TSj dareii the mil day of Novethber, 1767, and tnjds between -HENRY DICKaNSON, of MaidiuLiiv, L ndon, surgeon, JOHN UI CK'\ NSON, of the Island of jainaica, jeweller, and JAMES: CRO..V1PTON, of Mmii-ci.PBter, vintner,'a-.d MARY'his VViTe, of theone part, and HANNAH DICKANSON,' of M.-nicheSif, s.>i.,ster, of ;the other part.; whereby, the said Henry D)ckal'l^on, John Dickaiison, and Jaiws Crompton, covenanted with the said Hannah-Dickanson, that it should h^ Invtul for l�;r tj re-. ceiveto her own use all such rent:, of a certain l\Ies.�nage, simateojv the easterly side of Deaijsgate in M;inches!er, as should remain attiJr sitisf)ing certain charutiKle uses ^ triists therein inentionwl, aiid which rriessuage is now occ ed as an Inn, c*jlled the,Kiiig*,5 itcad. Theabjve Deed was left in the ch-ittHdv bf'^Tf^�fj^m�eT" Crornpton, at.t .rney at law, whr> soiix; tijns j)go was attornev to the I.oid iMavoi'sOr Sheriff's Court, in LoriJon, a:;,! afterwards res'djd at Edinhurgfi, and his now, or lately, was, resident in seme part of Ireland. Noticiishereby given, vlvit'if the ?a! of every Eook-.e.ier in every part of Great Britain and Ireland. Briilge-.s^trecl, .^pril . , . _ '    '. DR. GRfeGORY's CVqi-JJPEDlA.       ' To be completed ill twelve months. The PUBLIC and the Baokiicners 'throfnghrMit, Great l^ritain and I icLirtd, are rrspeilfuUy infoririL-iLthat. the S ECO-N UP ART of the above complete and valii'ible Dictionary of. Arts and S.cierccs, w,i.( pablish^d this day, price 94.' sewcil. 1 ho first PartinayaUo be had, pricf os. and a   part will, continue to" fc* pu'tjtished at the same price, every month till the Work is completed, in twelve parts. Bridge-street, Maichjij-1806. PURSUANT to a Decree qF the High Court of Chancery, bearnig dale the first tl.iy of March, iS.>6, nude in a Cause, whetrin THOMAS .WH-JTE and others are PlaintiJIs, and RICHARD WI LSO,N and ethers arq, Defcyd'ants.   The Creditors^ot the Right Hon. John Lord llh THE friiidp-tl Oj/Sici-.. fiKr-f.'.. Majcs.ry'i Navjr do heniy x UKtfl/je mh hntanl, at T�t o'Ci::i- i misiloner Fanshawc ti;7/ ex[AiV to K':U, M.ijesiy'sYuiJtit Plymouth, u.virjl i-t.T t'jnihtinff r.f Old Rope!, .Shaking';, Jur.';, Ha-.:r.icLk:, ,i!u.',t:". -nT. Canvass ; ttfrip-nnhbiih,- White 0.ik.n?n.. f-yi.V^-.w.-'.i Enijlty'I'ar Bi-Tst*, Oii-r'd I'a-.p: : t-k �,   ,.           . . .'':.4l !yi.;i; ill'!:c j-^ii ."i, V'l the liierly'aj vieui'trii;        ui ne 'iueirfi ilJe I'-ii'ir.r, �i^a'j.r'i hiurit/J the Turd, im'.it the DjV'yf-^�ite. InvenMrh^ and C'j'idliio/ir of S.i.'e m^y bi IiAd her.e, and ut. the Yard. ,  '       �       '    . ^"^ � .' � �. ' NAVY-t)l-F!CE. April to, i!i-6. ' 'TT^HE Frincipul Oj/iccrs nnd Commnsi.tiers of ilii JL Miijely'-i jVuiy do lifeiy tilve Koiin, tf.Ki! on VVeo-n.-lV, tl.\c -i-^d ir.ujnt, r.t One o'Ctock, they miill be re^ldy to treat litth tiich i>i'i(,):i m mfy be luiilingt'j c'h. WE, llii Mqjesty^i C{,rr.;Kt'.;iomyifor managing the-.'\t,iin;i Duties^ duly liuti-.^^ised by the Lordi. CootmU-Tioven of Hit M.yeuy't> 1 )i\t.-iny, pursuafU. la an Act rfTur-L.tDWHt, to let /� f.irin the. /J.^tieigiimted, ly an /! to;i!,. ^iih'n the Di'tiict undi;me>:~ sior.ed, /-j> r/.v Teiw -f \ wo Y-�Mrs ana Three Q.ianers, front tiie rst 'd,iy ct May next, to \ii^'h Penc'i or Ftnuis a: m.iy le ivUlillg to rO'-Hr.i:!, t-r uM i.nic yj./ P,:;:'OH! iiji/'/z.'ini: to firm the i:iid Duties ,ire to deiii-rr'in their Prop       to    lU t'.ic iit.TKp' PreparjdijadsoliLWholesale and Retail, vvith piinted Direc--tltjnsjJbr,-'the* use, and observationV upon the >inte. rl^^lSg ProjMiei. of Clmconl, by E. IARDNER, f r-ited Soliilion," in Jj6ttles�t as. ffl. 5*. W. and los. 6d. " qvery Box andHotrte sold by Appnii�tmcnt of the Pro-^rictor,^ is signed Etlnryd. l,arapet.    None other is genuine^" Y ADIES'^-That SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS are JLj Miie.pf ihe�riB�t�^t dr^^wbil^Ks lipm tl}�,. bwvity.apsl dp.. U.ICV of .the 1 ein^kKapc, is allovycd by every mm, frt�m tlioTri5-.cc^tP the (leasant. Td rerhove them various^prspa-tions h�ve,'froiti timetff time, .started, up : hut\ most of tShctn (t|)r.ugh .ponp,pov�Bly -idyertiso^), hjtviiig.l?een. found Either iiiellicin:iO'i!� or deleterious, atC/fnll-Mi, or fallnig to th  the V>'''pMetor.s wi^l -ofiliy.,ubservp, tiiav it reiuoven the HH'fsr in, a lew fninuteSj-without injurii'i* lh�. .Sl t htshjimtmd-kank ; anil l/i.if Liidies.may see it Ubcd,:and thus, liiivo ovvila/de. �inoiist ration' of ilseWicacy and iundccnce, before they make a VUrc!)�su tr.e pf n h^^ t>hii itlltt,,�l ,^t^%tl^ It, t\Ull�� iiutnvd#.iy toriMardcd. Ikngs. � '�    No 4, COR'NHILL, aprt q, CH Alt! NG-C ROSS. npHIRTEEN CAPri'AL PRIZES in the last jl  .Li-ttcry (jufT .finished) were shared and Sold at the i^ove oflfices, and the holders ot the outstanding Shares may receive their money, orwahange then for 1 icketsand Siiares in the nsw Lottery, wmchb-'ginsdra-.virig izih May. ' the new Lottery coiiiists of ody 25,010   rickets-the hiphcit puce is 25,>io^>l., aiidthe lowest 2 it.-1 hare are 1.094 more l Prizes than were in the last Lottery.   Schemes, with parrl-culars, may be ha.i, giatij,.IS above, where 1 he last 3o,oooL the last lo.QoiJ, and the last 5,003! ever drawn were all soM , in Shares by T'.BISH. .Ml business in the Public Funds tr-iHsailcd with hdeljity, and thspatch. .     �     . ., - INCREASE OF PRlZ,b^S.~ SWIFT andCO. No. 11, Poultry, (joint Con-traclor.s fpr the present Lottery.) rctoinmend the Scheme to the attentir^n of their friends and the Public, as posses-fi.ig superior advantage* to the Schemes of the late Lotteries. It cdittaiiis upwards of One Fhousjpd Prizes more than the hst Lottery. The higncsi Pnze in this Lottery is L.25,000 and the lowest L.zt  To begin Drawing iifh of May. 'Ifi* folio-^ng Cupitaf Prizes were shared and sold at ths Oihceinthu iateLotierte$, viz. No, 6,7gt, L.2.3,000, T� BE SQLDBV AIJ.CTION, By Order of the A.'signws �/f Mathew Iairlbss, (a .At Thompson's the Black Bull-Inn, in Hexham, in the Coui.ty of Northumhcrlarid, on Tuesday, th; ij'h Day of May nexri at Twelve o'clock at Noon ; subject to Conditions 10 b.s then and there p'oduce-f- In Twu Lois. AVALUABLE COPYHOLD ESTATE, sima.re at Ninebanks, in the said County of Nortiminherland j entwining by Siirv^y^ 279 .Acres, j Roods, 4 i'eiclies, tOi;er ther with 44 Stiii'.s, and a 5th.s pt one Siint, on AlleiHUle. Cvinmon. ' -    V     ' Lot i.r--All the anoient ESTATE at NrNEBANKS afore-s.wf,.contafiiing by Survey, 118 Acres,, t Rood, 16 Perche-^ of rich Meadow and Pasture Ltfrid,' tdgither with a MansiiTi Hou.sr, Barn, Byar.<,SnbIe, and '1'wo Cottages, anJ a 1 undi-vid:d .yloiety-otaVVater Corn Mill, all itugood Repair. Lr^t 2. All that Allotment oi- Parcel of Land set r^ut and allotted 111 respeiit ol the P/eiTiiSiis comprised m th:? first Lot, Oil the Division of certain Parts ot Hexhamshi-e aiid-AlUn-d.ije Comincn ; containing by Survey, \�'^^ Actff, i Roud, 28 I'erc'its of Land inclosed und ,subdivid,:il, with good btones Walls; logellier with a Hiuvl's Mouse, barui stables, and Byars for 20 Head ot Caule, all new Built ; and also 44 Stints and 2-slhsof one Stint on A llsndale Common. The whole of this Estate is helu oy Copy of Court Roll, under the L-ird ot iha. Manor ot Hexham, andpa-.sa siii.ill. Modus, in lieu otjPyihes,   Itahouri.ts withOarnei and is a desiiable Ki;t;rement, in one ot the most l-crtile pans ot the North ot England. Mr. Wm. Taylor, thi Tenant, wjl shew -the Pr;mises--< And Printed Parvici'l-trs may be had, and a Pi an .seen,-on applying to Messrs. Hiyttn and M.ickiinosn, (the Assignees), Sunderland ;, Mr; Juhn .'Cell, juO- Hexhahi AhbiV ; iMt'ssrs. 1 arrant and Moule, Solicitors, Ghant,-ery,.Jane, Londo.i ; or, Mr. John Dunn, Solicito', Durham,- HE Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY's PATENT ANlllH LIOUS yi LLS. Theenclusive  treet, Covenr-gJirilen, and is (tow Cif Jhifr!rsu:nue of Wie uarticulsr In-struttions of their Lordships, it Will b; put up at the Sum speciiistl above, .'wBjch will br. � gr;.dnally abated untifa Bidding shall be made ; and, up.^n JUch Biii-din?, any Pei.'son may advance, and tlie h gliest Biiider will be�ecl.iieil the KariTier, and will be 'required to pay dowti immedi'.tely, in Bau.k Notes, One,Eiglitli Paif of the Aruiual Rent thereof as a D'-posit. Rvt; in case th?Diiti i diirposjvl of.        � , G. N. NtVLE, J. BINDLEY,       , � � ; - � L. JENKINS, . W. R. SPENCER, W. LAKE, : ed. f. hatton. . � .}{. hallam: EXCHEQUER BILL OFFICli, A;, il lo, tS.>*. All Exchequer p^l's d.itcd in the   M.-nthr. I'f j\pril-and May, .bo.5-T,0 -HE PAID ()F"f. ''HE i^rA Co'/iJ^issio/i/'rs qf flis M.naiy's Trea- acfordiiig tncnt of bitterest. U'it/j t/je Ptiniipj/ Hums the^.,\i-n h.xi^eper Biils .i.'lpait faymcnt, upon >ntiuibni>t^ the .ukohh:     ,'.v .'.'.sfTc.-ir -/ tijcir Ltsts, del.iv^eii an      inhre   the z.^ib i^f A-^ril in.ty be accniH'.t'ta.iltid ii-ic/.* Ai'-'t- A'..;j e.i'r\ ir^ .-ri/ /1 j/Oiee Pence H.ulf.ri:':y //j'   i-.-.-'.{.V, 1   i,r  .'t Female^ in e\,e!y rank ct lite, tire author has been under tlier.ei-^ssity ot cxpiessing hir-iself with tint perspx-iuty which wdl ren.tei it untilgitlc tp cVery re.M'.er, and enable-evcfy le-.iuls ro ascertatii, \�iili precision, the true state.othc^ hejlth ; at the sam: time t;.at it p.-ilnts out proper rernrftivs t.ir iiwsf di.sea.sjs, ai.d prevents the necessity ot revealing those �C'rciinistaiicos which the atitive moiiesty ot the sex pro.-npts tniin to ccnc-a!, tooctten to their vo-'y matc'riid' ipi .nv" �F'--'r th?si re,.s i:is\'.i,,Q .l-^jc*, is sold :>ea!ed tn>; and it is req �e.-,ti;Jj tiwt tlx ao-ii m-iy^not be broken by any but a t-ifialc. ' Loiuleu. f'ublisiieti by ine Propi.:toi- Mr. Jl\ ?!ddorf; and sold Vvhclesaie and Retail ny Jus at ;j) itisnf^ opjwsitethe New churcli ;-leiailrd b> B.n.,;., \.o. ij� Uxtofd-Sttaet J 1 ntt am Bidton, isoy:on .   10,000 . l'>,000 . |.J,QCO 10,0.90 No 18.534 ao,4,ja L. . 1.0,000 S,oo6 .      SiOOO J, 5,000 . ^___ , . S,ooo m.inv others of a.orHil. 't.oool. ijsol. &-cf N I �4 � z 3 10 .  ao 20 6,200 25,000 .Vive EW srA'lE LOTTERY, mhotMay, .8o6.^,,j,^� Prize of   .,^15,000 begins Drawing 20,000 10,00) S,ooo l.OOP 50.1 1110 41 1 n.k.t3 First-lrawn Tic'tels ist Day 4 lO^^ 20,00p * 5>ooo 10,000 *',ooo i3l, byejtpenepce, to be the fcejt-and mo.st. mno-ceui Alterativej Puiiher, jwd SxVeetener of the Bloi d ; and those* who.are alfliiled with tlw Sctlrvy, Scorbutic Ivrup-tioiis, Lcpfovy, Vrophula, or anyothftr Disorders anting from Vitiated Ulood; or those wno iMve impaited iheir con-stnutions hy Hissipatipr., or J iivenilto Indbcretions, st^outd by no means omit a course nt tl^t^Vegctubled'ilU darti))) the Spiing. The pperafiojiv wt thts v lu.ible Vegetuble Altera-live is so pk'asaiit aiid s;\tiitary as not to interfere wiUi the nvpcations of h^^smc.^s or pleasure j Itsaeltoitis conhiicd to -tlie animal juices, and requircii 410 attentmn or rcstrtint tn. diet.j It dissolve) 111 the^stotnachyhlends with the to(vi,.and gradually.petvadc�thecircul*tmg thuds, curreohng in ita passage any devKmaiifhom-11 siat�o� convalescence ;\n short, it 14 th^ lungiiouglitfrtriyosctinlo Sp^.ihcj Mr site, bistacttve, 4iibs*itu{c (or that fashio. able ipn.eral, Mercuiy, which may be s.�id.io cute only byskilluvg; -lis ehicac.v c\iitt.st eat^^. tiWi aivd surprise otineilicaliiien, lor whei^ail utlier nlaii-tiheshaveiaili'd, DeVetno's Pills imy.be iclicd on asii^ney t^itic lor all disonjers which originate ni an nnyvtie or m)|>air-cd state ol the blood. ...   * None can be genimwi wheresoever pr by wlu)iw.soevcr sphl, untaiKs-tlw hill Pt Uir.'Clipws is :Hyr.cd in Ken jlik', bv the Proprietor, .      C.SIAPLfc.^. PfCparad by Mr. <.-. Staples, now s-ile Propriwor,*having niirc�ltiMe(l the teci|ie oi Mr. J. rio.luig i'.aiut.soUl wbok-sale and ret il.hy 5\haw and EdwarUs, 60, sr. tjinil'sChurfh- A T Dentist to Her Majesiy wi^i the Prmevot Val�,arenrc-i�ly 'suf^^nbri butJi ni c^kjcaiice kihI elticAcv to any tbin^ i^itlicilPi madeuse ofj they-iviU cM'-.'nialiv I'lesc-'vc the ieeth �n � sOund.^!itatc even Xo agpj will reiiucr theih wfui* j^J bcitunful wiihoiiMh-J least impairing the Isjiiamel, fasten suUi s are loose.ktojy such m are uln^.tdy Aiecayed from iKconaivg worse, prev.enr vtie 1 uoih-:tch, puttectly cure the scurvy in tN Gums, and make them tiiHV nrm aiitl Close ta the teeth. *rii.�. pjited on thebavk o'. e aii !>onte ar.d os)X. liie Msscticc and Dcntilrice are &0IJ \vhjlcs.ii:-by hayley and Blew, 5, Cock-spur iii-cl. Slump's inclu^e((,Aniul retail by T. -sc.i^rrim,: l.u.vP.. 1. t .-.-d SuccetiSoMu Mk ^Icmct,-) liftiWke-,>t. il.in.'ver s>; ^,,.0.1:' N.Bx Thc.t^seMce.l� p."i!Uc\i;arK' rci;.';;>,ni.;\.',t\i tvvl v . EV, V, ;^ir witu u.n," t' I -)d. 'yaird,^pn the fot.tway V leiail aUohv Mr. I>ickpi>cn, No. 60, 1 reots an>( perwiis vvhi^ h.v,-; tut .-nf ut 1-i.i.drro, a* thj 'IJetnci.Stject i ClUtk, UofOUgU i. aud r.u�,'ii'X�4liWJge� v '   j'^iNUst lir�servAyveu< yuui-t r,nd teadei Acctn,   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication