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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 15, 1806, London, Middlesex                                tV]E$I)M APRiL"^, 1806. 3he lasf weiK butDWoffhe YouiiK ftosciut'ii tnBageitie'nt. 'Trib-VTUE .K.-.)Y-!\fc. UKin-iY-UANIi. This PRESENT eVENLMG tftcir Majtitics' bervan'ts.   .     THE EARL OF WARWICK. EarJ of Warwick, thie Ymn% Roscius: Lady Eliiabeth' Ciey, Mrs. H. SiiWonS.: s After which will bs nroy give tdiy. tvill br ren'if ''day the ioth xre'mf' Tinders 'in ivrithp; ' T.vmoKow, TRp Whrt* "�ume. wljh '  Follt^tpf -sr- a Diy. C R t >'?V !�� NO k' s T-O y. iU) t) M S, 1. o. i .3, Ho '.born. GRQSVENCHl tjioit resY-ecttully be^� lci�\c G. trt.ai: lie ifilorin� eenall<",wed the best tnodcof c nv y- ' ina instfttttton tajavenile cniiids.-BrToy Houses Furnish fk Hoxes, 'J eaCitldies, DesVs, Pajnt Boxes, &c. beautifully ml >id ami vartujlied.-siToothpiclc Cases, Jjmellii'K Bottles, Snutr Boxes anil Pocket Hooks,, mounted m'old and Silver; l-ancy Articles ot all ktnds, ot the newest fashion';.-Genuine Liiglishand Foreign Perfunicry, ot the very best qtialtrics. WANTS a Situation, as LANIi S f EWARD, a youiig Man, from the Lftiliwns of-Spotlana, of undeniable charafler, and very rrsptdable connettions, who has hiid much prailice in tiie ScMch and modern S\iitems ot Husbandry, also irt surveying,  vaiiini)? and planhlng listaies, likewise in iinprovini; barren Avastes, drainmc and planting, with a peHeft knowledge ot acccnints, and would ciiRsge with iny Nobleman or Gentleman hy the month or year, i^n rcftottable terms. For particulars nddri^sss to A. U. No. ijj'Ncw Li^le-strcet, teicester-square but none nee; iiTiprtsscd aiitlfc^orred..iwrds no exainma-twn) without-emptoyinKor intrAi.tnig otlic/s 'He fas aljo Furniture to; Countins;-houses. Libraries, i �fiiers during the present high price of topper.'.i:^   1 'lo be had < t .,ths i^luwral Oil and Coluur Coinpanv,- at thetr Manvrfaftory, Maze, I'eoleyJstreeiii'L'bndbii; rwhcre niftjl alio be had'lheif fV"�i'P�"hbcic 'fouM^wick Japatv tar;-giving d- briHiaift lustre'tdlfeRistrr, Bafh; an.i otter.aitoveii/' all kinds pfironiplate^ work, Acs likewise paiitters-oils (ind! colfihrs; stipiSrfinte mineral latrtpbhick of thf^tirsmiv^Iiiy,' obrained by^a new'p recess, imd oiRerwisc : ^nd 'merchants ohinenftusi-ne�a 5^nllal;.ly,,accolp^nodated;lhfVfry^;SMure w^y.,li^ai c'jrt'be suft6e8ted.r7i^PPlX'P?t^.*"yj/1*fncyij a branch of tna-iutadurC'^ot thfc higaest importance to tins Countrv, and artb;dir.5; an cxf-rfMve held tor the labiJur, mdnstry, aiuf Wgmiiity of ihe pi.'ople. �    .,.!':. I hat this-iVlicting do co-opor.ite with, the trade in Eng-lind, by.employing Counsel at the Riir ot tlie House ot Coin-innuii. a�d adopting every other prop.;rmods? to prevent the. liiM from being passrd info-a Law. � Thatthetollort'ing Gentlemen     appointed a Comm.ttee for the purpose ot drawing up a Meinoriil to be prescntej to farliaittent.andxoiiduftine ilubusmessottlie Irade. ;   Mr. WlliSON, for the Wllsonton Iron Co, Mr. LOGAN, tor the Shorts Irn Co. . Mr. ODTR.-vM.Jfi" thoCbiK-Iron Co. Mr. EWlNG,torlhc Muirkirk Iron Co. Mr.,t,�N i� ti.e IX-vbn Iwn Co. Mr.. CREELMAN.:fur the c:alder Iron Co. Mr. lilXON, furthetMenbuck IronCo. anythrte-ot whom to be a quorum, and Mr. Ewingtobc Conve^ier; I hat Kfiyd .^lexander, Esq. Member ^*8*flF.�liV^S        �ti nb*v5/the^lc^>x>^itbaa'^^*;^^^ vein of S�k�*ma':ilnd,''�MU:-i2^.8BJf5l'^"!�,V^^ ot Shares m.diirererttMiine* " '" �'N'.-BnJirhe�trM��r------ l.einan, Bart. Sir Massey L� With a v.iH6tf'o68�ft^f/omiW Estate* Survpyed (foti rstelyi. > . ., ^ INCREASE Ol'.PRIZES.  ? ' SWIFT and CO. No. 11, PoaUry, ifjint Con-^jrailf (or the present L'^tt'^ry,) recomtiieiitl the'Sclieme to ttie att:r'.ii(ii ot tlieiLhnends and: the Pnblid, ap posses--. sin.g saper.Mjr ;\dvHm-agesto tlie Schemes otthe-Ute Lotteries. I t'contaiiis' upwards ot One I housand Pri/es uiore than the Ivist 3,.;ttery. Thrt nIglvcsM'rize m this t.ottcry is l...a5,obo aiid'tnVlowcst. L.ai To begin l>rawing i-th-r.ot May. . . -1 T^je tollowini; Ci;)iiaf Prues we� shaied aful sold this OHice uuhe Lte Lotteries^ VIZ. * . ,-; No.  6,791,  L.toJoOO,   s ;��';' h?o a'6, 9 3bi L 10, jon 10,900 IC.opo. ic,^ 'o 10,000 No. i8,i39 7.95' �.'.S99 ?0ol ...10,000.  S.ow, -J .5,000 : � S.oo'o A I, �' -10 � il LtyrTERY,* begins Drawing litll drM'ay, 1806'         -SCHEME. . Prize of is ao.oao �'.       �          44jq<)o; � lojooa ;. -         '   2o,i�o. 5,000, ;       '                 ;ij, '5da- ��     � ,                  J.oob -', > l!k>:"'. � 53- �   -"      �   � '^iSpS .: ,        �     �    ' '; .' yjQ^iO^hfp. ,  Fi^,V�rst.dTaW�Tici�et�i�itOny  1 4.,ooo,eadri s�ooo' l'il"4t-Urawn .'Ihoketsi^d-'lJayv , i.ooo each> s.e�o:  ^f'r5t-arUvrA' >," 4thi)ay .       19,090 IMtfo '     Sth,D*y .,       30,0.09 TKlto    '   .   -V      StliDay* . - aj.ooo - - ^watttr, '   . ^j-, a -dHiweerjh,   -  i  6, � TiJketjahd Sfltarcs^a 6i�3aleat all the Licensed tpUwy . Ofndei        .     - ^1 -      ^       _____ ...______ei-relarv I pffct. ', N. B. No tfHderfcrjt lets quaniiiy fii^n Pif.y. Thi:iu\nd C'yritti /Javtxic Pipet, Ten TbtMav( C'l 'nun Dunixiic Hrimlv lAveiitv  r/.if.ittaict Cioiiin D4m*ic liog.Ouhi, ur I weniyfvf n/t, or Qui'jee rtji StiP'tStHUiUlie tidnlltud. , i^'i rf^tr.i-Will ieb.ldlo any Trujtf in vih et: ii'i.l. it rfj,7v in rcceivf te-inr'-.r in imiiinq .� ;t' i.pj an/i feat far the supf/yinq 0/ iijicit H< I' S H 1( E f'. t- i'fjlt (5f dtmaiidejt far the loe of His iVlajesly's Shifts and Vesi'ls at '/SfeiU Rtiiiney,^in Doi'er l{oaJs, and at M.ir-r.le (on rtpar.tte Cnniracis) front that day lo the 1/ D cemt/r next iiiituuvt; tii bt fluid jor hy Biiis p.iyMf, with inter, tl, mnely d,ys ajie-aale. �i  . IV.ie Cn/iditlons of the Contracts m.iv lit iMn at the Secicla'ti's Ojjice, at this Office, or applying to Mr. T. Russell, yisiit Jort.hel'iciualiing,atDouer. AoVf/j.;',; �mill lie .'.ad to any Tender in ri.h'ch t-'-tfifird, and to le. paid for ly liilis p lyable iiUl) .^Interest ainciy divs after date. - The Conditions of iht' tomract and Samples of the tloops vtay bi nen at the hecntaiy's UJficel '< Aw regard �mill be b.-id to anyTettder in which the price shall tint be imerte 1 in.-^vords at Jentflb, a- that ihill nor be tfelivcreiitn the fioaid bef.re One o'CfocA cniJji laid IVednesday, the jor/i instant, nor ttn'.eislhe Pe t who mjikes the Tender, or some i'trron cii h)i le'.alf, atnads, to ansisjer vjhen called foi. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, April 14, i8l6. THE Commissioners for- Viilvallitig His Majesty*s �J^a-.sy dw birehy give \N'jtlce, that n� Monday, the inh ef ATayiiext, theynurltf"! ready-to receive T'Tidert in zunfing (�ie.ile,l iiti), ant treat for FOUK H UND R E O. TONS 'H Tl V E RP 00 L or CO A RS E G R AI NED OHU S H.I RE S,\LT.v pr aif M^stJ.-tH� 1UM. ,nRLD TONS of CHI.SHIUL B vY S-\LT, ff,f'el,s'U' grain, or 9, i\\.V of equal goodness ; of tubicb the peuor\li'ho, niake the lenders are to produce Sample\ ; .to te delivi'cj info His-Majesty^s l^ictii.ttiin!!; Htnhs at Dtptf'^rd, one Dalf'ly ibe i^'t^of JnlV-.Tfexty and the remainder by..the l^itb o}- Septetnler ffdloXDing, fee of iillch.trf,e a;idrifq:ie tn; His Majesty, except that the C nVs.\-[ DAY,- thf \ilb instant, at I en o^CtccHi^ t'.efi^Foreni.on, Cnin-miuloner I'anshawc %wll txlose to Sale, at the Pay Orcein Lis Majesty s Yard tit Plymouth, icvtejl Lets ^b/oLO St ORES,-ionsistingof � ,' Old RopCj Shakings, Junk, Hammocks, Buntin, and   Canvass ;     . , .--H'Mnp Rubbish, White Oakum, and Flyings        V ^Empty Tar Barreft, Oilatid Paint .tasks, &c. -� AUJji'ing III the Said Yard. � If^beff'ifiy persons tuisbtai; to become .purtbasers^. may k'Vf t&llberiy'of vleiL-iuz the yante. during the citiimoit.iviiti^-liours.^ the Yard, unf I the Dai!of Sale. ,   j Imitnioiies.and.Conditions of Sale tnaybt.bad hire, and at theY^>d. col-ur.d, with descriptions;  V.M)4airts'iAt�'id){8iT)eMiot I.,11V Cases, J vol.; EncyclopaeHia Br?tiiniTica,-��: fol,.^-. Rees's Cyclopjcdia i Crrxe'i Aflti4Uiti;* A   COLLECTION  of  ARCHITEC it'' ..:. l\ i)ESir;N3 for Mar,�ioiW, Casinos.-Vs!U v IS nublished,- ift'one-vol.d.rtny izma. -con".air.in.t upwanis of 500 pages, and embellished w::ii a beautiful, Froiirispisceot the Apotheosis ot Lord Nelson,; price6's. in boarcU, . , npHE HIS'IORY of ENGLAND from the Ini i   vasion of Julms Caesar t>the Vietory ot 1 latslgar a .d Death ot ilieiinmortal Nels-jn, witli a hru-f sfatetrient cftho late importanr transii�lions in Gernuny.    The Bjtrle of-  , Austerlitz, the l?eaie of Presbur.;, and th^j Death ot t.ie . Right Hon William Pitt^ carftysiy seledted fruirl the'most aiiiiroved Historian-, and other authentic Docuinents.      ,     ' " Bv LrfARliCS LOWNDES - "  .London, printed for William (Jordon, P;milieqn Cifcubt-    ^ ing Library, No. 357, .OMprd-street^ ^ - Where may be had, lately pabl;s*ied, in    voU.quaTTo.-emJ--- 1 bellished with near one hnndre.1 elegant qiurloei�gra�ingi>� bythe most celebtated Aift'sts.'i^nte 5l> 5*. intwards, 'Tlie HISTORY ot" FllANCE from theeaihc.t times,in- .t�rt�Hii?SiSm>a Eratoe^utSTa^rtolU^ UheumatisipS. Head ^ *)h�;n'^ufi^e^^�wtt4l,�lel-othBr.i�Vsf�es ot the ^tomjfch wd TlifMiiir*; whic^^Kw itmia the vicissitudes pf our^limatc, or t'&afa^ai/lgchte.inithe ^^^Vx^^!s pt Jite |,and'thesi sgftitaty; -*-' ^LtiVKlfl. PI iii I js. qd, the packet,- tuMy whltejtpfesww: t"��/��'^, fltmi'anafloMidp'lftbo^* tiem�ii�'i twwkirtWytf j' riieUody byjdfky^'wuwm 4i)W�il*nt 4tg�VxF�oli�,"a�)d,the;pijwenJiJf.iSr \ t�6k(!K>lMkdie4n�i>liltroiv lit .168*, {whfatiume'sHistaO" tcrmi-  � naiesi to thePtsite-et .-Vmiens in iSea..- r IJyjWILLl.V.VI BHLSHAM. Esq. � IndeperidgStly ot rhe aekiv-wledgedjnerit ot Mr.Te'sliaaa's-History as a Worltot unquesticnubU tidvlitv,; it clairttai�4ps*v cial ^notice of the 'public, as being the oniy Historv 4�f?i5o^ land bvasingle writer; vvh'cli coirtmues the llTstory of Mr:*' HunK, with unitbrm spirit and tibiHiy, to the present time:^:. Various have been the expedients to complete the sen*? .. ot our National History ; Smollett's general, w.trk has, bceil garbled and mutilated, with a view to Supply a continuation"* ot Hume, to thedeathot George the Second v but tha par.-  ttalitv and defects of Sm lint as an Historian have long baeit a just stjbjetl ot conijilaint, and suchawork as Mr. BcU sham's has, for many years, been i^T^ong tht prlncipsl'liieA"-' lary disiderata, �   - Persons, however, .who are jic\ually pos^sed both of ' Hume and SmoUeit, may purchase seiiatately Mr. Bei-sham's History ot ;he Rcigrt ot (-ejTge the Thuii; in eight volunies, and thus .complete their series^ to the PeSce of j, AiiUeasi-or those whpa;.�; jjoj-se-sstd of Mr Hume?* Hii-tory only, tnav,..^v t;te pjrcl'.Ase ot Mr. Belsh^ni's enimt. . Work, cortjpkteali u/unt^rrupied and aniforuv itrieiof uuri Histupy, trrtmthe e^Tliesr recruls to tlie. (ireserit lime. T t Lead Mines oniy, tor sucn term or tenns^ot Such Parcels as may be agreed-upon, 4 largo id-fthe; ifr^ater part-of which is unmclosed), bout Fit FYTHOUSAND ACRUS,iittiated LEAD MINES. -""Q 1)6.; LET, for the pprpose of wirlning;-arid vcorkiug Lead liliiies only, tor such term or tefttwoi^ 'and in S*"-*- u.c _____"Land ,.. cotfstsunpot about . in the North Ridinjj .,of the Caunty'of Yorkl in a -Jjiaili Afme Obwntry, lying'oeariy inia linehctween Alstone M�or .aiMl'AtlwaHWe. fttis rich,4\ynsff of vyincU Disiiiils are well knp\wn)) s^p?ratfld fthjy by the Ri^l'e^ X^ts tf�n> 'Middletton, jinTec"dal6, ^hd extewtitig^ftupH t^he^County xjt DiuMntoi -tHoCbnivties of Westmorland -and -jCJXiniberlanri, .including. Uujti!f ol LeaA One hav^ been I gttttbn- In''tl(tKii�tu pacts,.'but ^Kfirly the wi^^le is yetiuncx- f*'lNSr"further patftittilhrs ap^>1y to James Farrer, Esq. or James barter Stefedmait; Bread:st;fcet Hill', London ;' ti^'M't. Colpitis;- Streatlavii CasttCj pearUamard Oustl;�j or tjt Mr. Pobsop, QibsUt^V nsar Newcasile-upbii^Tyne; A'ROMATIC SPIRIT of VINBiQAR, (the j(^*....<*riginal litvenuojfof Mr.'H�nry, and ^btought by'his " '8Wf /fni'WfW >iin '^frrcuF^oivr 'Anitlfe(�rtcs�^n�ay he tctit un in* ^ilKwtfnahy 'Cliarate^antttoK-attjj5%ri�!i  the >ad�;�e41rso'tliFdtc ul^A)rl and (s tljc Vest AtiUdutfc AS there ^fe .vijiypus itptii'ipus ihutatibniii unvlar the ^sme 1|n^ sihttlar nartiVi^ sem? offvhi.ch alb i AjiKuotnly rt?pr vsent-^.h... i.-...------v.i.�. ....Ki,.,      -uesttid'to irtx r�c, ^VM^llffciitY, winch U a oaptna t^lvfty. Tlw AH^>>�A.lijC 5>}'V��,^flH.r 1,    , amp ukIju tdl u soU.vfhftI ialo'ai^ ikl&i; ai,t 0411 LionMqn byall other. Bo-ksyllB^s and Deaiersmhoojssi. 1^, B. Peisins who. tijive omitted to complete llitrtt sets ot Mr. Belshant's.Ws'oryj.slioutd tnake early applicatfiju to theu resp'tVivc - H�i>ksel.>ers. -. ....... .v .. npi4^"Rev:wiLLIAM I?ARCLAy^ii'P nttnuSrf1�t:ti?fe'^ Elaborjtory, No. 3 j,: BedRjKUNtftfct, , iSittHt-fi^i^iit^ iiHt^ now esiublish-f!:!at the>Se^.-�:illja.ii Mad!av'�.Utorel|4ytet! Iieicesteris.quiter^ w Ijetej   pijtljUc.qt^y ,he 3ssuri,�4j% �i. �jeviyf :rppi>int*d sole WftoleiiSt'JSkttHf? !\JI wholesale" r*>^^r�,. hpti* ^\ tawKawt c�wnfy,i,| � quested td-be-adnUetised to l^iQ^^wIfo, wifl ii^^lrt njjoal alIdwance, � t^one are gciUtine bMF tBdsV Black "Stairtji, with.thc'^wmt.^V lliA        HMtiJ engrayed*'ther*'ini          j ..   . �   ., ..     :       .-i^- , 1. A. PHIVPi^Agent to tlw PrS^trfiarS. Ke^tford-.^lrort. t fvtei>r.jtaraei>.-^t:^ ~ R�stpt�ttv wn*>'* es�e, p^hai* �thite'is not any M�d�meii� a�l^<�S�r,P ^.#T^'�-�'� �t��,*^ Natc.'-rtV* Re-.uraffvris'^lfareJ'nr pUN, trhich ice Inor? gt4i�iial 'aitvl iMiins' �>i ,; �t��ds >thaa .iH tdo iniern^ I* Itud ; Tatl> y*i ��\�h?m^0� ^^ � ^ i ;<� Yolk. amlaH vdaljW4^^.Mcdlc1l^w mi town.^i^.coVmm, l^^)f^^,� 6s. 3a 'til* bi 'get boX�:^ .C�ntain\u; the'cjuanii^ . Y'^i*^'* * saving to the puccha.^rr he A�my� Navyi Ac. A patnphlcrcn   

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