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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 26, 1806, London, Middlesex                                APRIl % 1806; THtATiiE R{)YAl-,*iy|    -�v,-  - fi^ Ttclcets to behadofftfr. Bunker, Old Pan's Hcjd, Kui(iliiriili;r-stret.^;|pod';r'!i Confimnns; and of Mr Junes, at his Vantlieon Rulms School, JBlaiklriars Road, where he reRulaily ailemU troui Six in tlje Moriiinj; till'1 hrce in the Atterihion, to instoiil Ladies and Gentlemen in the polite art ot Kuims and'Mana^nj; thj Horse,    � MATHEM.VTI.GAr., SCH'OOr FRENCH, aod COMMERCIAL oi^-nwwi,, Castle-Street, KcaiunR. CJiieHy desij) ;!) an extensive plain. (is.NEH A L Tkkms.- tst. Class. I'upils abovc li Years of-j� ge, UoanI with insuuttums in the (oliowiiij; liranches of Guineas. 2,1 i-.lass. Pupils uwie* 11 Yiars of Age, Board with In-strudions*in the following; IJraiiciies of l.caruini', vJz Latjii, Atitlunctic,- Pradlical Ctonietiy, C;e(i>;raphy, Wiitin^;, l-,ii){. Jj.ih Crnnnjcr, lilociition, ice. at z\ Guineas per Annum.~ Entrance Two Cluincas. EXTHA C:ii.\rc;es.-l-reiich -il 4s. per '\iinum j Vortifi-cation, Witltiiatnia! Phdoa iphy, 4I. 4s. per Annum t Oraw-Datjcin^, I'eiaii"); at ilie q.uul Ternn. -Viilitaiy Exer-ciie both fot'.he Cavalry a.;d Infaijtrv, 'laughtoii moderate Terms.   � - i'or Inrther pariicniars, ihelVospedhis of the School niiy be had by per.sf.ual Application, or by Lettiir, which will b,-most,respciU'uily aittiulcrt to. 'INER.^L BROWN P.-\INT, intppivctntWe to \�ct arid impervious to nio'.stur?, the best and chrapest lihio Owners during the present hifih piicc of copper To be had i>f the Mineral Oil and Colour Co^npany, at their Maiuifadorvv Maze, .Tpoley-street, Lomlon ; where jnavijsobe hal their Renuin.e bl.ick Brunswick Japan tor Kivinfia brilliant lustroto Register, Baih, ani otlier .Jtovi-s, all kimls of iron.plare work; &c. Jilcewise painters oils and. tolours; auperiiue inineraL lamp blai-k of th? hist quality,, obtained by a new pn:cess� and cheaper than that made trotn vezetable tar ; superior blackand pine varnis'^es tor shipping. vegetabletar ; superiorblackaiid pine mineral tar and piith, rosin, lurpcnline, asphaltam Orders speedily executed.    � .   i i;C.- PHE DISHX.EY SOCIETY of RA\M BREED- ERS r^pcdfully inform the Public, that, inonipli , anCe with a general riquest, their SHOW of RAMS will beginin futtireon the second Tuisday iiv June", insttad of tlie 8th of june, and will con!inue ai heretofore two days. Their Letting wjll coinineiice on tfieThur.-.day following at gi-6'clock in the morilng, ami continue, as usual to ihe* 8ih of Uly. �__ � �      � � - r St)PERl()R PERUKES, lift. New Bond-ivtrcct.    . HUGHS oftprs to the Noliirny and Gentr/i a . fjshiun.ible^ assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Perukes, nlanufa.'.lurc.l (in , such a principle as not to ob-strutl peispiration, yet suUici;.-ntly.covereJ with hair, soth.it: they may becombid in any iliredion, without th.e liability, ot their being diictvered lioni a natural head (/f hair, dressed in tho iJrjit style, and sviiha farther H(lvant.i',e of never frlirinking a fault alt others h.ive. Only to be h.id nt Hut;hr's Fashi.'uable Hair Manufactory, wUh the greatest assortinsnt of hair ornametits, SHALFORD HOUSE, near GUILDFORD, Surrey, to be I.E t tumished, for one'):ear from Mtdsiiiiitner next; en(;uireot Messrs. Brjy, Cireat Russell-street,* HUoinsbury, or of Mr. Kdlick, -UiMiolstfiier, at Ci-ildiord,     _       _    ' _ npO h)E L1i7, io the ISLE�f WlGH'Ti. w^iih im: A '"ttierturtiaposiessiDh, a retired  CO 1 TAG 1:^ u\ilur-rnsbed ; ciiiit;uinng,two puplictoonis, butler's |Tantry, and k'.tchen, on the ground ffoor i fi^ur b.-rd-'rooms, with a'dr.;ss-ing>rooin and closet on the t]rst floor; a very large linrservj and'lwo BcivMits' lounis in the attiC'j good celLvrs, witjt otir-houses ot every tlescni)tton 5 coaclK-house, ami stabling lur siKhjrsesj with an (�.\(;eilcnt garden, andoix acrcsioi (.nea-dow l.nid. To prevent ullneces^arv applications, the rent of the .whoU ts 65I. per annum, or, \Mih two ncies of land on-Jv, 4^1. It will be let by the year, oir;i leakeot thlve vnars cert.iin will be given.-I-or further particulars apply to islr, Williams; BookselKr, No. it, Strjiul, Loiulon. '    i>EbicATE!) TO THE BRITISH NATIOjij. j^^^R. CUNDEE has the honourto itiform the Ml V-L, P ubli9. that the EO U R D V. SC RI P T1V E P RI N TS ^ Coieurji of the Ceremonies .whiclj took place previou* to .th(;;F�neral, and at;the lntermei>t.of the, late illuiitrioiis LOR!)- NEf.StJN, ate now ready tor delivery, piice 4l. as. the Set. The Dtatvin^s' for thiTse ifriuti were taken froixi .VSiS'ial Observattoi)', byC. A. PUgini ,lCsq. (by whom the View.s'to the " Orz^phic Desciiption of the ; Univetbiiy of Oxford," are executed) and are ejigrav;ed in Aqna-tiiita, by Messrs. Lewi.-,,, Meiigot, and Hill. The"Eour Priiits are of-an uniform sieach measuring ijby n7i'it-ich(:s', ciftfuUy printed in Colours, oii-asupetline.-imi>erial pap�r. , "      ' tJui.linc of the Snbjeils-t. Interior View of the Painted Chamber at Greenwich, with tiis revered remains of the Noble Hero laid in St ; f. 2. PicturiisV'ue R�prese;)tat;on of t!.e Procession by Water.froin Oreenivich to. Whitehall. 3. View.of ths Grand f'roc�si(-i fioin tlie Adiuiralty to St. Paul's on the d,ty of-.lnfurnient. 4. [ xriibitioti of thi; Ccru-nlonj'of flielatenncnt in St T'aul's Cathedral. "Tliese iniefesiing Prints are acco.iuianied with crtncisc l;eiier-pre4^ Descriptions, ejcpUnatoiv of therespectrve Subjects, pii..fed fn a st/le of corresponding elegance ; awl deh-..vered-grali.i,     ! .     Ivy-'laiio,-PiternfiMe'-rnw, .-Vpril, 14. tio'y. r :  ' LAW. �   .;� �^/TESSRS. W. GLARKE and SONS respeft. . .i Jl fiiily inform 3rhe Profession, that thir Rcinanuler of Mr. ;iJAR ION'S VVtiKK on th; SCIENCE of CON-VEYAU(-ING, together with an Appendix of Cases up to the pjreseni time, and a very copioiu AnalytiC.iI. Indexwas this i)av piiblislicd, in tw,j very large ri^yal oci,.�v,') volumes, pi�ce los. in boax'.a, beu'.g Vols. V. and VI. which wholly cf-'Uiplete the Work. � Gentlemen a^^e requcsttd to give immedi^ie Orders to have tlii3 Woik completed, as the parts arc now il,iii.> up in volumes, alter winch thtif sets munt rjmainimi'trt'id.  London : Printed tor VV. Clarke and ;5,;n4, 1 oraii^a}-street, LincVjIii's Inn.   . MR, S ID DUNS'S NhV/ N TTVMC. This day is publishe.l. in 3 vols, price 13s. 61. mboards. npHE MAID, WIKE, and WIDOW, a T,ilc, JL in three Vohimes. .   Bv JIli.VRV blDDON^f-Esq. Printed for Rich;ird Phillips, >I(v. 6/iir-.d..;c-3treet, Plack'-' friars, and to be had olall Bdoksb lers.   , Of whoiii .ils.> injybi Ii.kI, jusr publislicd; f. ViiTiioiis Pov.Mtyi by tlie s:(i;;e .-X.iii.ha,-, 3 vols. 2. The Wiiucriii London, hy'Mr. Sujr, in ;j viils. 3. Novice of St. Ooininic, by Miss O wcusoii, 4 vols. 4. Fleetwood,'by .Mr-'AJodwiii, 3 vols. 5. Fcrdinaiul Fit'/.intioiul, by Mrs. 'l'emplc>, ; vols. PJC I URE of I (>.NUON, reviled i"o Maic'.i 25, L�ib. " ' jj ^HE liooksellers in Town a,nd' Cuur>try nrv re- A spetlfiilly informed, t'lat.a new and (xtensivclv'circulated Work was this ;ay ready foi d'Qiivery, juice ss. hound in red, witlwicw Vuws, new .i'iaps, and (iiJicr necessary illustrations.. , Strangers in.-London may be supplied v\iih the work at every Booksellers, aiid als) utthe liarsof the j�rinc'fpal Hiae's art(f Inns ; and uH, perso/is ab'ouf ro vusir l.oiv oiv'onh eiistire or business j may obtain it in tltishop "of everi-Cook-iesler in every part ct],Great;Brit:iin and ,iTclaiijjl'. / i^iitge^s^eet. Aprihg;;. :.'� ': .'^ ^ ^ , . " > I. . ' jiulGREGOR.V's.eVCL()Plvi:>lA. ' �^'�'Jtipjie completed in twelve moi-ths.       VlCTUALLi'/(.--OKM  i.larch Is,' 1^06. nnHE C,i,mmiiU'jiiers for~Vilt!!nHin^ Hh Majesjj'i "     N.ny,.!h hfn.Ky J'JVi I-hlVcr.  J'h.n an t'ridav Iht-x lij * yune next, ^i'tjiiuul he I'' "irtivr  Tertriert in 'ii'f'tmg (tf(ile:l ifp), jj' sue'* 'niiaitii:iei '>f th' filhnuihi^ dgfciipli^tr of ' Staves:-Cr..wnnai;i/N; I'lPE, tfRANUV, an-' 'HO(.;:>, . HEAlt) ST.-VVKS ; Urack Oantxic, Hirjibro', >-,tettii', ami yueb^c PIPE Si'A V l-.S; ar f/jif rftj'iclivf rrrion:, ivfio may makepiolo'ali thfUof tviH^^f^':lr^t:U tn dtlivtr into      yf'niiaUing ^ al IJe(,t/i.riliin.i i'lymwlh, in uich pofnrthnt ai ibuJl hire. ' after- he-deurmintii upo'ijOM l.jlf Lj tljc.^lb r.J l-iwcmber Kril^, and the rtinaindir ty t/j? 3 if/ '>/ jA'iuury J',ilj"j.:ln^.   To be p.ti-j The Condi linn i of im Ciiniiucl nijy ie 'tin nT:hi Sr Oifii-e.' " . �   /�. N'.B. Ni Irriiiic!: frr a'ltii qit.l>Jl:ly t/i,ir-Fify Thouian il-^!i- J'iJ'sJ, Tf,t 7/>//.M.(ri/ Ci->i.:n D.ini.-.'n' lir.7>n'j! '/'iVi-nly Thoas.i'id C'Onm /^.i'.".��/';� or iive'iiy-n-JK � Tli'ju^.md H>ack D.:>il~:'c, II.tm'/rr,\ ."^i^iiiM, or i,lu^:> , j'rr\!/ii on tirx/e'>-i//, illendy, lo aioiurr -.i'nf: ::aliid ff.i �iothof STATE LOTTERY.       ICHARDSQN, GOODLUCK and Co. rcspe.a. Scheme beirig Drawing,, there never can �V� � � " ' Pounds mu The Lottery begins Drawing Corriliill and Charing-Cross more than three Blanks to a e Thousand T^HE real JAPAN BLACKI-NG, made by DAY X and MARTI N.-^This"invaluable. Composiiion.^with mot Sold, Whole-No-'()7, High street.; W. Finch, lane ; the 4jaii�-a"dtviiI retain its^viinies in any climate. S( sale, (liv. iJay land Martin, at llie Manufadory, Nf HdlbpBJh- -^Mail by Is-Oa/, No. 7, favWt.-ck.' ii)ay, 65, Swallow-street; Axtell, No, ;i.,;F}iiel printJipal BdotmaJters, Perfumers and. 0!hJif|V-in the Me-J.tiPpoiiS, apd ^/i every to.wn.ihfou^liout th^ United Kingifom ,i,n,t�l; ,'r �; ,�,  -. -    - �'>(-: AH OBVIOUS SAVING."  k   � HODGES and Co. No. i4;-'S't; James's.street, No. 14a, Oj(i:ord-strcHE.rfcomme(Hi to-their Friends andrtliG; Pubi.c,: an immediate purchase of   IiQlfots and -   -1... I    -     ,i,, ,, thet)ravsring, becheap^r thaiV afpresent. bo cannuent are HodgeSaildCo; ot tlie'tertatii rise of,price, that they hereby lengage totakcback, on the Saturday before tbe-riPr^wiji'g, at ithc i?r�eflt pwce^ any .'J ickets bought at. their ().tli >vet,,th^ Sjlierna.beiflg socoji.nruaed that there wi'jl not, at ahy l^*"oU .of the iJraWiIig, be tRwe Blahks to a Prize. � '-LiiT^r'Sfi.V btfg�n� Di^Wg'iath May, ,   SCHEME. Prizjf.ot; . ,g*SiQ:rt, at Malniesbury,. in the County of Av^ilts, at 'rivrt-e .'c'otk in th^ alternoOn : npHE FEE SIMPLE and INHERITANCE-of X airthat Capitrtl Fri-ehold CJrazii-g and Arable EAl<.M, called VIAUDIT.S PARK. HAR.M, pl.-asaiitlV situaled in fhe I'aiish of Little Somerford,. about two miles from Malmesbury ; c misting of a go d larni House a d I e;i;;-inc t near,vvitli convenient Offices,- Itarii. Ox an.l Cow Stalls, Yard.s, Cardens, Orchards, &c. : jzi. %t. ip of Vrable L lul, i8:i. ir. 3ip. of VVater Meado.v, ii4i, 3r. 23\).' of IJry Meadow or Pasture, ja. or.3(p. ofVVitliy Bed Cop pice irtid Wo-d Land, and 3a. ir. 27p. of V)rchard ; the wholebeing tytlie tree, (subject o dy to a modus of 2I. to the Redorof l.illle Sjinerlord, in Leu of all tytliVs a-hatev<:rj within a riim fciicr, and arc let to Mr. ^-luJtllew Robcfis-jii ; tognhcr -.vith ill - feed of Gieat Ki^ig Meal, from Lammas to L.id)-d y, about 41 ac e , and the fo esnare or cut of 7 acres in liaisey, *nd z acre in Stock .Me.-ufi, on lease for ton \c.irs fnint the jrh of April, 1SD4. . , in tlie parish 'or' l.ittlc Sciiier'ijid,,);e3r .to trie a'3ove-m--iuior,ed I a'in. It i-, plentifulU supplied with wale', well calculated for wuikihg ^la.c!ilnf;ry, and has convenient out-bviililings ; with oJ. ir; 37p" of Water Meadow, aikl oa. ir. 2pr. of dr/ i\L-.^do,v'or Past^fc, in Great King ivl-.-atl, helot giiigtlicteto. '1 lusc Prnnises u'c inth:(iccu-patioirof Mr 1 liomas Hcaih, wliose Lea^e liier.ofexpiies at .VJichaelniaj, 1807, w)ic;i very tonsideiable improvemfent may b;; imde tlitreon. The p (iihise-i mav be viewed on application to the respective'I en HIS; and part ciLirs arc r*idi  for delivery at the While LliJii, Mujmesbuiy ; tlie .'Vngel, Cliippcnhain ; the Ikar,. O-vizes ; tiie Wiiite Hart, Bath  a...I at Messrs, 'Fanner and Coopet'j, Salisbury, where a plan ot thp Estate may hesee:i. '� . LtTrcirsrER-Syj.\RE, JiE!-(;ANT  HOUSEHOLD FURM rURE. To be SOLI) l.y AlIC TION, by Messrs. MOWBY and Co on Movn.w, April 2S. and following Days, on thv-Pf(,*.liises, N,>. 11, Leicester-street, within one door of the sijuaic, � V ALL the elegant EFFECT S, large Pi.cr Glasses, ditto Mirrors, Biussels and Drawing Room Cirpeis, a set of IUiiiter.-<, Proofs, by Morland ; a larxe iron chest, two dr:t'wing ro(4ri tuits ; a lematkuble hanil.some Bii;;ht ,Bay tJelding, rising 6,ys;ars old, free from vice or blemish, caii trot I smiles an hour in harness, larethe property of Messrs. Robert \). I.e o. Sons, and Co. Merchants, removed trimi liuabury-smiare,sale not b--ing permitted on the premi.ses ; ^ cbmprishig sev/ral four -post bedsteads, with chiiii." cotton hangings .V'snade in'the present styie, fiild and tent do. with suitable.bcdding, window curtains to match^ secretary and; boolv-cases, wardrobe's, double inid single commode chests of drawers, l.'diis and goii^tedb^ him, the further salcot the Pills 18,"^ in c'ohseqtJence.entircK' discoiitinued at the Elafeoratory, Ko.'SS.-Bedtord.ftrect^ (Jovent-garden,.-and-its iiovv -iss^ablisheitm. tjie ^^v. WtHiainJJa;rclay,'s VV^rehpuise, � l-eieesier-square; where the public may he assured it having thefn' fh their pur* atitt genitmtj'state',' -Mi;.- Riohard Butler, No."4�  rder�r-bofh.. )tv.towA|aiul coiunUy, are re-qutsted to "be adthdssed to him, who wilt make thc^Tiude the ' uSliW alld'wartcc."-Nohfe>afi�-ffeivi>�i� I*�t-*h(�!d'h�viiig a tlilach uStamp,; wiUi,tbqvn�n�p�      ho ^Isv. W> jiaifiUw" ,enKraved theretju. ; <: , ' ^ * T. A. PHrPPS, Agent to thfcfProprJetors, '! - -.v;;      ; ,'. -     ' ��..^fv-       -tnv;:^ '�....    .' , .      � ;-,--iiMv'> �� Ill 3 volumes Iiiiio.'price i;,i3>. 6d. in boards, ' ETTERS from the MOUNTAINS ; being the real Correspondence of a Ladj, bstws-n ih-'SViars 1773 aiui ii>,3. -  ' . Printed for Longman,Thirst, Rees, .niid Orrii.^, Patcrnos-ter-row.   Of wh'un iirn' b^.-hail, by the smue .'\uth.)r, Tho Higlilanders, and other PoeiiiiS. In i vol. Svo. pr'.ce los. t(i. in boards. ~~ RED BOOK.   ; . ' ~ This Day is published, a New Edition of th-; ROYAL KALENDAfi, and COUR'J'and CITY REGISTER. Carefully coirioled to the pr^ssiit Pi--riodv ' Including all the Clvinges and Ap;>oint-.ueiiis in Ac ministration, which have recently taken phice, to);e.'!ier wiiJi vari()usniw Lists never before inscrtcil; the whole u-jwly and accurately arranged,  , Printed for Stockdde, Hatchard, Lorigmmand Co. .'ly-^ mondc, Wilkie and Robinsaon, Ma.-ch and Spii, SciichcrU, Law, Seehy, Ostell, Crosby, Sutherby, Ricliar-lson, .'\s|;eni' j' Black, aiid Co. Cadell and Davies,' Bytield, B'atry, Hodgsciii, and others. . , Price 3S. 6:1. bound, i;s. fid, with an -Mmanac. ,'Phis day is publish (!, price one shilling, HINTS for the SECUiU'TY of the ESTABLISHED Church, humbly addressed to His Grace thii Archbishop tif Cinlerbury. Printed for J, Hafcliard, bookseller to Her Majesty, 190, (opposite Albany), Piccadilly. Of whom may be hailj price 3d. or 2s, Gd, per doz. An Earu-*st Exhortation to a Frequent Reception of the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, particiilarly addressed to Young Persons. �       . .   .   �    VICTUALI-INC; UFl'iCi:,~Av.nl 7. iKt,b... ' |>HE Lof.iiinsmnetri f^.r ViciualkiJ$JUs:M^jtUj'$ X   Nuvy da Lenby grjc holirc, fh-ilm Irrdcetitiy, the �,:,ih tfist, finilcud rf IFidmuay iheiyb mxlM! iin -preuiotulvnd-uir- � Hied) they luiit be   readv to rerei-ue  It/tderi   t,i   uriiiu^; (sealed IIfj, ami treat fiiT the fiiloxvin!^ )lua:tities   .     -.1,-5 or j'^r any qit.intity of aithcr demvunati^m nit lt.n iuun Frfv .Pom; i', tie iteh'-v.yed lit Ten }'/i-eli\,.hy.':v;cl y's OUice. ho regard -will he /.'.�:.:! to any Fender in vhieL l>je pr:ee shaU not Le ln\erted iit.words al lenvjh, r,r ib.it i^i.ili nn: 'k: dil'veiedfO_ the li'i.ird bejure One o'Click vn the luhi llr'idnes i.iy, ihc y^li' instant, nor t,nieis ibe Person ivho riaiestde TrM't-i, r, I'cno/j on his febalf, ctlends, to amiu^r ivi'm i fie   hi �   , � ~ ^ . V1 CTlJALL.livlG-OFi' ICE, April i-i, li. 6. ry^HE Comrnhdoiiers fcr ViciucJUiig His Mitj^.iy'i JL   Nai'y do hi-eby ^it:e {Nonce, that on ,M-iidi,y, tieinb �/ Afi/y next, the)' ".uiJl be read;> to rtcci-i't Tr�Jcr\ in : . r-t:,:^ I sealed itf), an! treiit /crFOUR HUNDKEO V) .    r^f-LIVERPOOL or COARSE GRAINED C H ES.-; I R� S.-\-LT, or SALT of equal .i;,o'Ji:ess ; and for SI X lUJN--DKEDTONS of CHi-.SHl K E B.-Y SAl.l',     :U U'^-st, frrain, or SALT of equal rood'ias ; -./^ ivbich Iw p.  ie,ii er.. jUhwinjr, J re of all charge and Kii-juii. fii> .V/.ijesy, '''x.'-p''' that the Ci.iitraetor luill'-e a'ii.iiud i^, i;d. pei Tt-n       J'-.i-' itrage of the Salt from ibe IVbarf to the i>:o-'ei; and to i-e. pa!:' jar ly liilJi jaya'.'ie, tailb interett, n'net-, ruiys alter d.ue. The Conditions cf tU Contracts '.-)� 'e ^-w al t^jt, S'C tt.vy's. .(�jfl'.ce, at this. Ujjice,- or.ly.apUyiig 'to the C-dkel-.-.'r'of iH Salt �V'lil.ies at L!i.\riod, and at Mi.JJciuicJ, in Cl.'es'.hej re-speed veii'.     . ' No iigard ^vill be bit! to any Tender in -.ubieii tht p^'re shill .iioibe inserted in li'oid! at Lni;,lhi or l.'\U shall not ie Z-.'i-Cird to the Board le fire One o'Cloek on lie saia ^('nduy, the ilh'> of tM.iy ne.xl, ni.r unless iLeferso/i who niakei the /.._ ,!irr,'i- s-t:!u: periO'i o'l his hebalf, ali'ei!d. ) and treat for the si/pplybti> of -trhat FRi-.Sl-l 'VE.i: I- siall be demandeitfir tl't ute of His AJajeity's !^hips a^i.t I'.-itit's at i^'eiD Roinney, in Dover Rcrii, a>:d .1!   'f.:r^.l-: fp.r,-aie Coiiirkctsj jrom tKtt day to /-A' Du\.>nbi.t /�text i-iriiaii-e ;. This day are published, 111 3 vols, duoutciino, puce 15s. in "board.s LEANINGS of WTf ; being a Choice Colle c _    tion. of I'^iles, Anecdotes,- IJccurrciicvs, ,iiui various Pieces in Prose and Verse, inteispirsed with nuiiy Original Pieces; never.Jjetore published. - From the   oiks of an Old Military Offlcer, London: Published, for the Editor, by J, Hatchard, Bcoksellerto Fler Majesty (opposite Alba^.y), PiccacVlly ; of whom may be had, an extensive .Assortment of the most esteemed Alithors, ajivell a-i popular Paniplets. .'    -   This day IS published,-price IS. ^  SERMON On the late GENERAL FAST. Xjl Printed for John H.itchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty, No. 193, (opposite Albany,) Piccadilly. Ot whom mav be had, in t vol. 8vo. price ^s. \n boards. An Essay on the Princijileand C^riRtnot Sovereign Power. Translated from the French, wiih a Preface and Index by the 'transistor.. This Day arc puilished, handsoinelv ptintcd 111 two vols. Svo. price 15s, jii boards, DIALOGUES on the DOCTRINES and DU-TIES of CHRISTIANI FY, intended for the Inst rucl*on of the Young, an�l to lead them to the study ot die Sacred �cnptures; -       . Bv Mr, JOHN JACKSON, Soldhy Hatcliard,}�ji, Piccadilly ; R^vington, St, Paul's Churcluyard; J, I-lookham, Bond-street; Vcr.ioraiid Hoed, Poultry ; and Mrs. Pollard, Sloane-square,  ChcU'ca ; of Whom nlay be had, Ipr.ce ilis. m b lards,  . . ; iBishoo .Horseley's I ranslanon ot Hosei, 410. with Notes, &c . price 13s, 6d,'-in hoards, the Count,(VcvVidoiojU; or, theErrc^sof . Reason.  'Iriuislatcdtrojn the Stench., to 'e pant lor l.y tHupayahi,', �w:l' line-- Tie Coniul'om t-i thf C-J-Hrncly >-.: "jfire, al this Office,' or tv a!pi] i.-g 'or l.'Je l'!rl.;a'.'ii:^, at'D'. air'.'' tl, iit':e:j �c !een .it :; ^ Mr. T. Hi, y.a),e,,:!..le. Noie.i.i'.l v.'iUdje I.:.'.! 10 .ivy Te::dei >! �n-h'cb I'-t f.'/'-.   k .'I not I.e I'-.'e-ua in -.rord.i 'a.l tcn'^th, or       ita'! 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