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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 30, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THE.iTRK-ROYAIm COVENT-GARUEN,    . rpHIS PRESEN r EVENING will b: pcitoimcd X  a new Plav, cnlkil KlNc; llKNRY.THi: lilGMTH. Henry,, King of KriRlaml, Mr. Hoie; Cardinal Wolsey, Wr. Komble ; Katl:aiii e. Queen otE Blard, Mis Siildoii�> To which will heiidded, ffedticcniiito TWO adls) The WllITi; I'LUME ; or, ih-l>o:dc-r CJiieftui'is. To-morrow, Ths blind UaiKain, with I'lie WIme Plume. tHEATi^E ROYAI,. DKUKY LANE. Vr. J. H. nM';(..VILI.fS NIGHT. MR. D'EGVILLE most respe^5>fully informs the Nobilitv, Ge:'try, and flie I'liliUc in si-ncral, tliar his VENEFIT is't^xed on VVEDNESll.W tlw i4r.i o_t" Mjy :�;a!let of PAUL AND VIKCMNIA. w bt iKilo.iniil by 'Miss Cavtoii, ;j:.dt!ieTe.st of Mr. D'E^jviil-'s Pupils. End 'of th'3 I'i'')'. the favoiiiitc^raiul Uallet/)j Grazy Jjiic, (com-(iQSEdbv Vlr. D'Esvi'le) in which Mad. Lalxirie, latecf the Orera, Uui kindly undertaken to pcflorm the part of Crazy J ine. Tlib oth.-r cliarjcL rs by ths principal Periornjcrs fron'-i and posUivHv forthat t.ifilu onfv. : Tickets arid iMaces to he ha I nf Nir.D'Sgville. N'V. g, Chirlcr.-str^.-r, St. -Jamca's-sqnare, a:;,dot Mr. l'o:broyl: at Yhv Uos.OfiiOtf. : , ,^ , N'd\V~'o?R^.-^Ai the PANCRAiMA, in the .>;ri-tAND, a viliW   I taly.-H:e Spectilar ii placed Oil th"!'r.Tlncj KetoCii, .�Atfiijoi.-inj;'ths Kiver .Ai.no. All the fu'.ir bridges.are seen J the G'aikl .ukt's Tulc'cr aiid Bobple Card-lis ; the OlUfalac;; ihe Catludral, built of -.aiotis niarbies; the'I'omb of the jjieatMedici i'amily, witli an infiiiiiy of iNterestini? objeils too mnncMiis to irij^htion. Aline expanse of the Val; cf .^'no enriches the'I.and-.scape, bcmnded on all .s'd.3s by Wcuntains, aiki part cf the .App^ines. The i iil'.-L'r[>fL'!,sions. MR. REYNARD, late of the 6rnmmar Schcsol, �vvho was ensay.edilnrhig Six Years in the Mallieir.af.i-cai and li^iKlishdepaitmcntS, ,inost i-.speatfuJIy inJbr'iiis I'a-Tents,-f;ua>dians, and the Public in geiier.il, that he has taken a mn.^t eligible, extensive, a;,dcorjtmfjdii)nril(;nif,excellsn!ly iveM si   .ncd fnrthepiirpos?S(.f a Schiul-; alibrdi'ng it cmitJ all those requisites which are einincn:!'- cinduiive t" the : Vreservation of llealrli.. Tke Phiy Crnuud is'private yet open, and coniinatiUin's a-delightful view, aiid which rtcsives thu fresh air lioni ths river Kennet, vvh cIi runs in a Serpea-� tine c'lurse towards If, through an extensive plain. J Cenerai. Terms-ist. Class, ifupils above la Years.of /\ge, Hoard with instruiltons iii the following lir.inclies of Guineas. . .        v.  �   . � � i 2,1 lass. Pupils under 11 Yfars ot Age, Board with Tn-Slrudioi'-i i'^ ""^f'^l'''^^'''^ I'fanches of I.c.irnin.', viz hatni, A'iihinetic, I't-ietica! Gconvetry, Geo-raphy, Wiitiny;, English Crammer, tl.>cuuon,&-c. at 25 Guineas per,Annum,- Eiitranee I'wr) Ciiineds. -  .. , � ' Extra Cn arces.-rrench 4I iJS- p*f Annum ; FnrtifiV cation, with natural Philosophy, 4I. 4s. P'r Aiinuin ; Dravu-ing, Dancings Eencing at the usual Terni?. - V!ilita'y Exer-li.^e both for the Cavalry and iiifantty, I'aughton moderate " EoHurther partici'dars, .the Prospedhis of the School iny he had by persnnal Application, or by Letter, which willb; most respedfnlly i;tlfiuk-.l to. uNrri;i> puBMCUREvvEiiV, maid-lane,   - SOllTinVAUK.-MRS r BIV1,;E_ND. ,    . '"I'MIE Dirci'^ors of the above Institution  are JL  liappy to announce to ,the i'"bscrib>;rs, that froir the . finiris'iinj; st,ate ot'the Coinpiaiy in regard Ijoth to, its trade and tiiiaiitis, they are eni'.jicd to tkclare a d'.'vidend, after the rati; ct Twen'y-I ive p,e' Cent, up 10 .Vlichaehnas, i8oj. .Subscribers whose policies beir date on or bL-fo.e the Ji;th of Au,siiM, 1819, '! ay receive iIk; same on apolicarioa to the Secrci'aiv at I'.is oli-ice at the Brewery every Tu^kday and I'ri-�lay between the hours of eleven and ciie, from the first of Jilne until the first ofjulv next. Subictib rs tejidini; ill the country may receive them by ' power'of attorney, which may be h,id of the Secretary as above. � The ilireilors of ihe Hnited Public Brewry are^ndt unmindful of the iuiiditiis attempts mide to injure the concern jn the public opin on. Ihey beg to caution tlii; Subsu-ibers and the ptitsUc a^ain-t,the industrious ettbrts of envy,malice, and ccnit-inaiiJii. It iri uiiiiecessary at present to say mor-^, than that they liave discovered i-.ichiiyations of the most in-�eter.',te and iviaHcioiis nature, ivhicli th"ey are in a tiaiii to substantiate, that tiiey may hold the delinquents up to'public justice. 'I'hey beg to tissure the Subsci-ibefsand the public,-ih.it they ever have, and AVill a'tt up to the priiwiple of the instiiuti.01 whilst t|;ey are direttors, and having na privaie views that c.in be ansxyered by' a dsviationj there c^itnot e�iat a reason why they should dspart from therri. DEED LOST orMlSLAlD. AN INDENTURE; or DEED of GOVE-NANTj, dated me inh tlay of November, 1767, and made between HENRY D10K.ANSON^, of Maiden lane, London, surgeon, JOHN DICKANSON; r.frhe Isla-'id Vjf Jamaica, jeweller, and JAMES CUO.MPTON; ot Mur-Chester, V'iuner, aitd M.AKY his Wife, of the one partr and HANNAH DICKANSON, of Manchester, . spinster, of the other part; whereby the said Henry Dickaii>on, John Dickanson, and Janies CrompJon, oovewanted with the said .Hannah Dickinson, that it Should be liwful for her ti> le-ceive to herown use all such renti. of a certain Messuage, situate oh^he easterly side of Deansgate in M.mchester, as sh.ou.d remain alter satisf) ing certain charafatite iises and trusts thereinmeniich^d,andwitich IneasuageisHowocclipij 6d as an Inn, c?ned-tlifi.,King's Head. . The above Ueed was left iii the custody of Mr. laniM Cromptofl, att rney.at law, wh'i some time ago wasattorney to iHe Lord Mavbt's or Sheriff's Court, in Lnndons ard afterwards resideJ at Edinb^jrgh; aitd his now,' or lately wis, iTeiident.in-some par't of Ireland.. Notici is hereby given, that if the satd Mc. Crottlpton, or iny orher person,; will produce and deliver the above deed rj _U. -Ralph, -ill as, attorney, 1 Cursitor-street, Chancery, -ijii-, London J Henfv Mongrief, Esq. W.'S.-Edinburgh j .rv'iTi. Goddard, Esq." Solicitor, Abbey-streCt,' Dublin ; or ^lessrs. DucKworth and Chinpjndari, Attornics, Manchester ye shallreceivc Wrfward df T en ,Cuinea�;    ;      ; ~~~        lisStV IAaL s)alT of LE&it>Na, For.taking 1 ron M  ulds, Infc- Spots, Red.Win^, and other Stains, out of tii;ieri,> Musliti, Xace, &c. and for many 1 thcr uses, as a substitute for Lemons. . hiKe but what has my signattire pn bottom dr^ach boJ{, and. 0i^ fhe bu.jsUetM^tne wjiipper. f,      /rii^ gjU pf t Jpj^^,rtis^g paff^^ Vo La^iis f'JO AasfiiMjthdrJw^^^^^ "tut, coloured gloWs.'&d; a�id*i� hiucrin(iire'a|;reeabte to Use �h:in leinpn.iiself.      , '   ' � ihi^sime plitenfay1)eha8,-'naj3�^ ScoweiipgJInps, �.S�)�� Q^iilK,-|tuff, %a�en mathi%\    ^ I APRIL so, im. � \yr ADAME LANCHESTER respeaiuily Jn--.Vi forms the Nobility and Gentry, th.tslie has opened Ware Koims, at No. "jg, St- James's-strcet, for MIL-'LINERY and every Articlec.f Kemilo At:ife. Madame-Laiichester returns li.-r nio,t g'ateful thanks to those wlio iornierly honoured lisr wiih their kii*d eiicourage-ment and support, and humbly trust, her present exertions �will be as liberally awarded. 5(), St. James's street,'A|iril 12, 1806 MON EY.-Messrs. LUCAS and (So. hcg leave I .  to inf.nm those tl,i.it inay he in wa-t, And deai.'ousof { borrowing teftiporary or perma.neijt Stims of Money, aii.l | pos>cssi.d of any assgnable properly, thut they may be siip-plied with .(ny iS'ii.) on fair and eqtiiiabli icrins, by paying an ade ill he adviiiit;d to those of known, pro;-.erty, on their p.ir-synsl security. I'ers'iia! anp'i'-'^"""dlily received bv Messrs. Lucas at;d Co. at No. 2, j lilnej-strs'.'t, rliihi, bt and ; and letters f prist-p Oil) aii'..wete(lvvit!ii,ut'd';lay. MlLLAkD S V\rAREH()USES, No. .16, Cheapside. TV/TILLARD resiieiU'ully  informs thos'; Ladies .  . iVA who have lnn->iired him with orders for his CI K- EORGE KEY, Upholster and Cnbinct Milker, CASSI.'\N ROBE, they are.now conipleled,and read) for, -.   '^JT Lower Crosv.-nor street, Grosvehor-square, begs love d--livery; a variety is dailv ar'i'vi.'K from his inanufaiilory ot { to return his in-st g-.*eful AcknowlcdgiTic ts r.> the Nobil.ty c' et seen ti�c.n.   haslitonable Dreas-.Makers s'!|)pli*eil with the trade advantates. , ._ LIGI'^JLE'VILLA, Stirrey, to be LET Fur. J. nished, with from t!iree to titteen acres of � land adjoining.   A'.ply to Messrs. Ken'', Pcatce.aoJ Ivent, Cr^ig's-court-, Whtt^-hall. � A    \SE'0E REAL PI;;TREks. HE WIDOW 'of a CLERGYiVI-AN-of the : J..,;-:Chu.rt,-h.of EnKl.�nd-,,who. hai ' 'ecemly losr her'HniS' 'band, is ululirthi* paiiiful necess^ity of appeijHng -io the f|e: iier,.-siiv ol the CluiitabJc andHuni.ine, and soliciting fji!;ir b nevolvtice. By.pvh^ up all her furniture anil orh-r cllid.-. site has been evjabl?mo pay the crt'dttots of Iter late hiisb.iiKl, but slieisther-ibyjcfidestitureofthe oniino 1 Uv-cc-iiaries of life,, while she hits looking t� her fr support, a i j.gitl Nlother, a widowed Aiuit, and an iiifi t Son,aiTd is be-sides large "ith child hersel'f . For the vIona'ioiH slie hu.s alrea.ly rectivcil- she returns licrynost giafeful ihanks, and she bt-gs to acqu.iih.t the Public, tliat .'�^uhspriptions iof liif'r f. r-' ther leliif will bj, rceHved hy fxi lj;�, and Parncll, CoHfgcof Physic.ans, WarWick-laiie ; a d at Messrs, Atkins, No. 7, Waibrook, \yh:re particulars of lur distressed altuatio;i \my be kiioiMi. /"I^^^^'O hundred and nine Capital Prizes from 560I. ;X to JO,oiiol. have been shared, so.ld, and register.'d 111 ihe !a-.t aiKltoriiicr Lotteries, by UORNSBY a:id Co. 26, Cnrnhillj  r the prc;^ellt State Lottery, to he diawn the iz'hof M-iy,.aie now soiling by 11 i > RN'^H Y and Co. ingreit v;;rii.-t> ofnuitibcrs aad ,it the Invent |,rici.'.^.- ' hdeis by let cr or currier, c.veciited exactly , on tl;e sam: terms as if ;;re�e t , I-'. All fvjsiiiiss in th-'public FUnds. transacUl wiUi ca:c 'lid ti.lclity. '   . � FULL iMMNEY F(1R PRIZES. Monday 'eek. The .Scheme of this Loite'y. ha.s  sti(:i..>.; Claim.-.'to thcput'o agi? cf tli'pitblii., --i ii pos-Cmfs more Prizes ami fewer b! inks than anv of 'tl>i late Lotlcfics ; the highest PriZ't 1- aj.oc; J already 1 i-eu, and w ' 1 , aa-'i i!it: l()w;;>t 2(1. :Tickets hnye lr.\;hi.'rb*''oie theDr.iwiin; begins. ^ stat;,: i.orrEi^Y,.        : .   : To'bc-gin ttrawM g m'iidiy, i mIj of May. HAZA WD, BURNE, and :C(.). Stock Brokers, at their Suie LoM-ry Ol/ice, 9^, l<.oy:|l ftx i KnmDeis, 1 icicels and .Shares for the :rb,jve l.otttiy.       > No. io,7jo, a prize of a ,oor.l. on the Febr^iary 1 .i�t, wfts so! i by them i 1 one i^u'arter, one EiglTia, ruul la :"i,;> teerirh Shaii-t.   , " >� "1 he present Lottery consists, of oi.-Iy : J.ok) Ti .ki'fs, and 'the Scheiiiie contains i a Piize of L.25,000 20,010 10,000 3 16 10 Prizes L. i;,o.H/ 1,00 1 down to io Exclusive rf 6276 other Prizes frnaijo-Ql. Guineas, anrinotthree Blanks to a Prize. Letteis, post paid,,^duly answered,-ai-d Sclveiresgratis. FROM the great deniand tor 'lickets and Shares, the Prices will continue 10 rise, and '.-innot aftcrwaril.s be lower, the. Scheme beinj* so con.striid'-d timi there wi 1 not, at any pi;ripd of the Diawing, be iliree HIanks toa Prize. LJT FERV bL-gins" Drawing 12th May, 1806. SCHE.ML. ADV^NGE l>!' PKICUS. tg-veful AcknowlcdgiTic ts t.i the No/)il.ty Gentry, and oiher:i,,for the many Favours ixjrif.-ired n hioi, and ac'.iu.;iiits ihem that the P.iiti.ers'.-.ip hu! ly-cn him and ^Ir. C>i.i to tlieir oid-!rs will inerit fut'ire favi'urs. All Fieijts d-je lo' the late Firm of Sttiiih and Itsy will be received/eitiisr by �Mr-CharlM:5MtlVOf Ge-'if&ifKev.^ DISORDERS.-A   PHYSlCrAN. I 2 , 2. 3 in to 20 �5^ 6,200 Prize of yC 25,000 2 .000 10,000 s,- .     2,000 II        - to.ooo  54 - 1,000 . i;ike,wise the only 3,"odl.. ever' shared j b  �Sj.oop 10,000 Nos. 456. 9,219, 11.643. 7,6�6, 7.757,-, entitled to I-ac; 000 26,000 ao,ooo ao,6�3 2n,caj Likewise to Prizes of 5001, and'several tool. i;ol. &c. &c. N. B. Ptsase'towbservr, Tickets apd shares are novv selling,at tlieabovefJIliccs, in great variety of Numbers ; and the'Pubnc lijay depend on any Nrunber they fancy b^ing se-buirert, on application bifore it is sold or ehgagedi as were se'veral of the above Csip^als, particularly 7,757, entiileH to 20,0221. in theJasi Lottery. Schemes of ihe present Lottery gratis, which begins Di'a w. jtig the^itlirOf May next: .   : rr>HE Rev. WILL.IAM BARCLAY'S PATENT iX ANTIB 1 LlOUS'Pl Ub&i The exclusive Sale of this -valuablenieuidne being ijow vested solely in the Rev. Wil-liam Barclay, and those apjioiiued by him, the fiirtiier sale ot the I'ills ris. 111 coriset^Wi^iice^ eiitii'el.y dlscvhtiriuctl at the Elaboraforyi No. 35, Hedtbrd-strccti Cdytnt-purilen, and is rtow.psitabliil^d at th? Kpy. VViltiam B.rclay!s VVareluiuse, L?ijcestcriaqHare ; wljere the public may be ajisuredit" having them in their pUreand..'g'emiine state*. Mr. Riohard limler, No, CheapvirH:,' b ln' -.nd iilew, No. 5, Cbcksput street, London, price Sixpence each. Gentlemeu who do n ;t think ihTs Blacking makes their Boots shine sulliciently, are respe-^tiully iiifonnc-!, that if the Cake is dissolved in Vinegar .instjad -t Wdter, it wil! j.ro-diicea Lttstre equal to .lapaii^; but it is nccfs's.ity to o'-.^erv?, that Vinejar iS'r-xtriinely injoriuiis to tli' ! 1 a-'lu^r, and deprives this I'lacking of one of its most valuih'.e Pruperii�s, ' viz. 'I'h.-tof keepintj the Lea'.hcf soft and |)liaiit, and preventing it from C.';a(;king.-The same elFcV r.riy be proiUicvd by iTiixing Vitriol with the Water, but ,lhc_iiijiuy to the I.e .iher will be still Kicfiter. .N. I!. 'l"p |)r.(;v?in Coiiiiterfeits, the Bills of DirciJlions arc tif.ned as below, Which appears cn the outaii'e of each Cake. .. : :��.''; W, I'.AV LEY.   � ;   ,        JUNIU:>'S r.P.-FrERS, -Th's day isCuhlishfd, in T�-o elegint Vo|iml?.s, sm.all Svo. ' embelli.shcJ witli-i.-autiful I'Srtraits, by Caroline Watson, price lis', in b-''in.vlv p:in't\l  Volmnr's, small 'oiUivo, uniionn Wtth t.ic oi!:cr f r.i ,\U of the sa:!!:-A'JiliOf, p'icezos  inhoa-ds, "�^RAVELS   thn>ugh  rPALY, from   I.ironi;i through i'yrdF ..:id i'ilorencj to Naples, and fro;,. i^-^.-pU's througU R<;ire, liolcgaa, .\lil:  V ieiiii'.i to lie; i ; performed during the cljie ot the year 1804 a.id (lie com-mencenieiit of ifos l.;y AUGUSTUS VON KOTZEBUE, Authorof the .Snanger, Lovcis* Vov.s, Pizirro, &c. &c. and �. of'Pravels in Siberia and in Friinte. Various Eiig-lishcri cs Inve pronounced K.6,J6hue to be, i-i eveiy respeil, " the first of Travelleis," at w'ell iis ihe iiiou lively painter of mliincrs and chaiader that, in thii line o! C"inpo�ition, ever addressed the Puhlic j and the mnyersal reception of .Vis Travels in Siberia and Fr.ince, not only in every part of these Islands but in every couiitry in Eyrope, is a circumstance demoostratiye of his extraprdiha'y" merit. Yet, however interesnng may have besn .his forhur I'r.iv^ls, Ihwe in 1 taly claim rank as his chef d'ceuvre, an 1 in a pani-cular manner cimmand the notice of th- lireraivwoil.i, not only as rela'ing to the ni.)>tiiiter..'3|ing Countries in Eiifupe, but ati po'sessinga rich and uncquaikd fund of novelty, information, and am'isement. /    : Primed fi;r Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-street, Black-fiiars, and to be had of all Hojicseliers. Of whom nMy'e i-ad, , The Fourth Edition of Kot-z.-bue's  Travels in Siberia, 'I'hree Voluftfes, price 13-.. 6d. ; artd the Third kditionof his Travels it* France, three vols, price 13s. 6d. in boards. " , ''_-'._   I   �.. li. �   i . '.-___' An IMPOR FANT ADDITION to the STOCK. BOOKS of EDUCATION, of This day is published, primed "n good Paper, and in a clear Type; coirespsjiuling in size With Dr. Mnvor's British hfepos ; piii'o- 54. bound, .with the fulL Allowance to Schools, '-�pHE GLASS BOOK ; or. Three Hum!red and X Sixty'.fivc READING LKSSCINS tor Sch ols of either Sex ; combinuw, n i.h tlie eleinenrs ofall knowl-dge, a greater hiimber of Reading Exeicises, from the best Authors, than are to be found in any other .Work of the same dcjcription: cvrj-y lesson having a clir.irly defiaied obj.tl, .and tc.rcTung: soirie principle of f.cieace or ittorality, or soine-irh.ortant. truth. By the Rev. DaVIIXBLaIB.; . , ;    : The Author has been stimulated to compile ihese Exerdiser in reading, by the observation, that, although �h9re�(r"i)'rcsent exist sev^'ral excellent, book-i for teaching Re^vifcsndj^glp-cuticn,;ihe bbjeft of ihefh docs hot extwid ^ey^nd" the rtri.-re 'Ctimbination of words, 5 and they= ebnsUf alirtiSt �cn(irfct>='of passages scleded with ietereiiiieyo'^beiuiy.t'df ypinno^^      � tJRly.  In the present Work, EloganCe-has toeiMtiihhjP with Utility ;^^Sbumrarid Seiv6ie.n?ye.l?ero.-^^ and E loo uehce h ip�tr^6ses InstruClion.   ili$hoit�fevery oiieot^the-Lessdfts^lhtWiGla's^-Book, is calculate^ to.iiiako ^'V'iffm'^^H^Wh'viisct . and better.   '�   ^'�v^'>"V-;!?^^-?''Y'"^ ^.^ The Auihorts o\vii.�XPVfe��C?:is i�1|^6St*�l-to hhh tjie diwisioiv <)t' his,�oait, ui^O.^.IJi^iC'^^^^ . VICTUALLI.NG-Mi'f irr,-.;, a. iiE Cymmiisi-juen f-jf FiSin.iiltug Navy do bei-fhy j^ivrnoiicf, Ti:i o-i^ i�. rtftls ihty will lie   1 i' FY to F.W 0 H U N . R1-. D C'M \ 1. D \<.0 .     tan FIELD moor C';.'\I.S. liiHi'�y. to L- / - C'.;''^';, Iiei.' :f all ck in-; ,<-,/ ;-/;^ Mujfy, j/iw^'.'.t- If" Maji'.iy'lVix'uall r ^ i'lt'ouni a f',nl, nii:lI'.rr'S .) litJNDU!. � F-W.'.-. ot MUS.-C! SUC.\1  Le pi:'::ccj -X-i:, Ttiidi'ri, tr/be dnilieifd in ihe '"-iqi lal it.ich        ..liidlit /-'..� poii'io': of not le!\ fi-a'- >:.:� "ly five, mr n-.r.ii (li.i-i ihiry !�'� ,je iel\ d.:j The C'jtidili'i.'.i bj lijc C'.,i:i':it ir OH!ce. '".y.J rega-d -.�illbe k.id 10       Te'idriin ml he i/iifited in tiiords eil lei^.h, /jr. lint ;t.ili to the hoaid .Lijoie Oite o'clock ou tl-' aid May next, no' iinlen the perwn-.vho luakex the �iuieiaiy �I .be deli vet id i'JJay, ihe %i ,f Teller, or s'^irte pc, >pncM hiil-ehulfi atleiidr. lo jinve' iuhe, r,,lle i /(,,'. VfCTUALLlNG-OFFiCE, April jg, ilf-.fi, The Cvmminiontri for: Vkiuallin^ His :f/-!Ji-sij's Naiiy da berfiy i;ixie Nor f.dy to lehe-ie Tindei 1 .- iu: >!-iit", f.iealrii up) and Irr.il fv the twldy o,\-, the i.i.'j of M.iy ih:\l,ut One ,0'Clock, tUy �u/i!i be  rraJy pier-ont af may l.e  luillirijr to coitra't j-.' to trctt with , ______.________ ,- supphitig .,1 I lit lilajesiy's s.-vei.tl T/'-irds a'jiui.nii.y oj (^ifch PlNji '1 '-i '-OC;s Iro-a 12 i.,cl:es to i3 \v.-Jizi Sqn.are, aiidfriiii 20 !0 45 feet Long. T&Tiri'cr 10 be die t; South Britain , .ii:di� 'ic (liuny of Luratk, in i\'oil.ii Britain ; the delivrrlLs.ii C'jv:ine::ce Mt and Jo tie z^tii day of !^\ay ni.\/; lb.1l T, .,.vah, in iv.iting, seaicd-tip, and m.rk'd " 'Ft-mieY !or Army Sup-iii-Js,'' ;:/i'.'i'!''jV�Y;'..,./ at n.:: Offiif nn or bt fore the ,1d :e lii'U b i.jj_. a':d m lc'i.:ir %vUl be,-iM-ai nates' the pi i:.':i \ aail be i -t P' e ie.i i 1.1. ad' a! le'u-^t'i, ::nd : e p  ' 6't.:cir Aji'ii, call yit t/.'is qiffce^ o-: lie .-;<-v.y� v �M''--, h.'io'^:' I'jc decidjii li-cieon.    Pa'iicuLtr i ot   :v iV... .'/�..-.-,, b.id :i '.-on d'li  in w.itaK f: m .i, i- |,e.':,.ii-. d.\siroi;s of auvaui ir.^ i:ior.ey .1 0.1 diinii.f;; .ivei, ..-r mortj'.i'.ges up .-n secmiiv of ii)e rutes .of       s.iij r.i.'isii, as '.tt!i itzjj by'llie ia:d,.-\i;t oi I'.ii! am.'r.f. .i; tire me.ia.time the Acf injy be b.viij ard fnr;htr inr . C!:i-1; a.vi. Cuaic-n;-. cK-,..At'orn's;, Ciier:s-y. Clerk-: to t;-.e saidTrUbte.s, wiio a:er.i:iHoriZ.-iiti.i,rcc^i;ve6LK:li s-.;o;;os.;;s.   ,, (-'herts y, 16 ii .April, iSoi, L ii 1 c I: vFlRT'^yll^^ rTeTI-- i. i: g a n t ho u s i; ho ld FUKNl iUR E. ; To be .SO LD hr .\ C c i: I on, by" .Messrs. M o W liY and Co, : To-r^toRR'W, and i'oii.jwitii; d-iV'', on itlie Piet.niies, -N'o. li, . ' Leice..ter-st.e..!, v. i-hin'one door of the sqitare. ALL the clegaiit E^'�i^'ECTS, large Pier Glisse?, ditto mirror.-:, Brussels and diawiag-ro. m caipcts, a set i:f Hunter^, prools/lry Moilincl; a i:tri;e ir-.m ch'tt,. two. lirawiiv'-r'.'oin suits J a remarkatjle hji'.d.oms Bji^fit B:iV Gelding, risingsix )e.-irs old, free from vice or bUmi:h, can .five Lesfois, or One. toir.i?VCTy;^i�y,l which'," tlie sii^at^ mut tcms^ fife�> suitable length of.a Le^^ftiiiV.  Phi. will t;e atientletFwiiW aiveifijal'  �ip5(#i3^.^ iane<|l Mthin the ibifirtuSi-'. BhiCk*' comprising several four-post b.-dsrea.is; ' wish cJiinti cofton hangings, ma-le in the j r^-ssnt style, fi.^ld arhf" tent ditto, , with suitable berlding, w'lndoAv cuitaiij^ to match ; secretary and b.iok-cases, w-ari^iobe-.double aiid yngisfomhiode cliests of dra .vers, latiics and genUcinan'^i.rtfessingche's.b^ cylanSer, . wiiting-diiks, t SOiSf |i3s-r(;cei7ed the fijtlowing Letter, andcomfiliies with th.e request of tlii! A^uthoi*.. < I.beg-you-will be so gootl as to.dubllsK the fblkiwing df-claratidn that the puhlic-iisiy ba better^ ucquainted with, the 'singalar fi-fpctcV � of ydur; medif.ine r vsllsd the P AR IsIA M viGET^fMlLE sy(mpatable n�e(lictne   Giatitude denunjs froTa i�Rj)>y:!��tt,t)anl� t*tKlerpre|Mr^'r ofir, and I co,.grnul*>e y Bhck*' .iny CoWiuymSnaiitl in.mkilittin general �n thismbsi useful �  ^      Ja��i'Mtr#et� May 4-      iiiu.v    /ones."   

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