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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                TH r^^t. J,        �         5 n. The Presidint wiU take the Lhair'precisoly. at WHIG Cl.UR. Tilt next Mcctjna of llie Whig Club will'be on 1 uE^iMy, tfre 6rh ot M;iy, at the CiOivn and Anchor SAMUEL WHIThREAD, Esq. in tlie Chair. � .SI E WAR OS. iEVON.-The Gentleivtan who left his Con-cernatthe N. )'. M. last week, is earneitly requested to, writi r > his frii-nds immrdiately, as every thirtg ivill be settled to his sntisf.iflion. "      . : � UN 111; E i; 1' U H 1,1 C H R EW l; R-Y, ~ ~~ " - / MM Ui-.K, Dor.'uiR'-i, Si iithwaik. 'I'HE Public jire re.spec'ifully infoT-mcil lhaf the J.   libove Brewery lias not any coririccli'iri with another I'uhlic Br^werwalso in the Uorough otS nithvvark, denomii-nMed the UNION FIJBLIC HRKWERV. . Irim the simiVariiy of ihi liile-, the Dirirflors of tlie former tliiiik it neccssjry fo apptizo il-.c i'ublic of the distinction, in order ttiav id niist.ikes. The Subscriptions iii :ha United PuM!c Rrcwery are filling orHi)i:lly,i!ir.f they who iriay biil^sif^ais to procure shares, re peiiu-estiid to hi early in thi^ir iipplicatiiin , N. a. a Dividend after ili.� rati'ofzjl. per cent, wilt be p!iiil to ihs Subscribers in juuc nsst, and Polities bjarhiR iiaie previous to the z^rh pfAuK'ust last. ^ � The Duke nf NorthumV.iland Ut. Hoil. Earl ot Deiby LukIJ. ToAiissnd, M.l'. Dinner on Table LofdW. Russell, M.l'. C, C. Western, Esq. XI.P. John l^Unios, Esq. at fouro'clock. R: W.;CI.A: r .to the care of chiKhenina.fatnily from two years uf age, where drawni)' or inusic arenot expedied to be lauj^ht by the Qoyerness-as the y'oling'lady ,6nl/ plays the guitar, and would not think he(selt'e^qual to more than teach-ng the notes. 'Asjihe Itas ever mfieH vvith gencael society, and her frieixls are highly respeilible, would wish to be considered an in-mafe.  Salary not so miich an objed as a comfor^ble home. The irtost Saristadory.i-eferences will be given. J.otters ad dressed to A. B: at Mi-. Lochs's, silk dyer. No. 2ij, Ox-' ford-street, nearly ctiposite Park-street,.will be answered the following djy, ' \    ^ �    '     '    . � � LANDED ESTATE. THE Advertiser is desirous of investing a Sum of Money in a Landed Purchase, to tlw extent of 500I or6iah per anpum, or irt one of Itss aniiual .-mioUnt. Ap-pli'eation by letter in the lifst in.i'anc-' is r?q'icsted, statmj; the outlineand extent of the prop/osal"; or any pctson entitled to the absolute reversion of a Landed Estate �n.the death of the preserrt possessor (if n>t under 60 years of age), may be treatedwith lor fhe jiurchise of his interest lu it, ot a part of it, on a fair cakuhtion, by the-same person.-Diretl in th� first instance by letter, post-piid, to C. D. at No. 17, iJxend )n-street, Haymatket, \vhich will be forwardid to the Advertiser, and duly a'lswejred. TO be LET,-an ciaeUent, FAVIILY MANSION, sitmti; near VrVxIod in the Co-i'nty of SutfoU, C'jmpletely r.irnishi-d, ai.d fit Ivt theiiiiinidi itc r'ccptic/n a gnteel tum\\y". � lie hMuse is suiii>iriKi.'d by '.5:rcn-i,ve lawns, and hus suiiab!^, conven'c-t, an j^h";'! ai.d d^-ticricd olTices, viz. hot It .�nsc.i^reea-lio'.isv, a well stocked dovecote, l^r';2  tiit:ted uithg.ims.   T!)_-hniie is bil-.iatr 1 two miles from Halsworth, four from Yoxford, ei^ht trnm ; Saxniiindln ii.stven miles from ilie^ei, zj miles from Y.ir-j itiouiI>and Ipswich, ai;d 15 ihiles from lioestowie ; a ttirn- I'ifc � road rims through tlie viliaie, and coach.-s fronv Lond-iii t  Yarmouth within two miies of the h u.e.   Fof- particu-l.irs apply to M.*ssr>. Dcb.ijy a.'.d Cqj-'e, Paper liu Uluiss, 'I emple ; or Mr. Rab :tt, Solicrior, Saxmundhain ; of whom .icketj) miy b'.'hi I for viewing tiie s'lm'. '    ' VAULTS:-Wanted  a set of Vaults e Vichiity orGrosvenor-sqiiarc, with a Couhr-ing-House attached.^Should the siMiaiion be rjspeda&le, a^id a m:)dcrai�fijzetf House belong to th? Vaults, it vi�"l*~ t be all j.hjiction.-.^pvly. ,to -'.Ir. Ikitt, Urick-Saydt', No.-5, Green S'r�t.   . , '     "�� , : . ' .v �. U ESTMINS lEi< GEN E RaL Dl3i'LN5.'\k\,  Gerrard-!-.ireet.   . N SUNDAY the nth of May, a SERMON Wirt i-,e prcaclted tor the U-'ncfit ot this Ch.irity,.at the Priih v^hiircli ot bt. Martin in tli. MCMAR.J UARKISON, A. M I'lelds, hv I.eeturrr iif tha the ; )l:e ot H.imilton. - Prayers to beg u at Eleven o'clcck, heioie His Royal Highness th= PRINCE of WALE-. I'Mron. His Grace iV.e Oiike ot N ORTUUMIVp RLAN D, Piesiilont. 1 he Vice-Prcsidcnts, Treasurers, Governors, Subscribers, &G. '&c. Ac. In the course of this Service an Anthem, composed expressly for the Institution, by the late l)r. Cooke, will be suiiK bytliB young Gentlemen of ihe .Westminster Choir, ac-coilipaniel dn tne (Jr^an by Mr. CoOke, Orjjanist and ivlastei ot the Ch.-ristersof Westminster Abbey, anil ()i>.'anist 'of St. Marfm in the hields.. Arid on l"h!v,iiiTag;s of d'tiabjlitv and bvauty, and tsserving at the .�anie time tli.: iiiti-'riVal circular f'jitn, will be sold as modetate as the paiiited e.irth-.'nwarj pots. Specimens may be seen at No. %3, Charles-ctraet, Hampstead K(.ail�,nt.ar Tottenham ,'Cmiit Road. Some Ve.-de ,^nti l'ud'f in:\,:ciy the lath i^>l:i/it,t\ iri-,-io:i.ty  a:U)rrl' c.t) Ihy. ii'U! hi' rail)! to reiei-ui Tr'i'i/f: ! iiiiei '/ IRO.S 'U'Ji- PS, (.(oops;. _ ,,o�T HUI    MOOP.^ - aoo^Tonj. PLATE HOOPS - i60>       -400 or I'yK r.ny itiitHtily of ti:ber dimminathn n:ii .In,    -.it F fiy /.�i.'i ll!.r Uiiiety'i Fiilii i/,hi.' Stc^irt n> /� .'.'. r;' vt.'./^'Vr iilirr {l.i>,-. IbfConiiitinni of Ih; Cr.nir.KI and .Simplct vj I'^c /Li,'> iii^y be iten at theSec'i'l.vy*\ Oflice, Noriig.:rd viiU he to any T-'ndir i l\rrted in ivoras tit letteth, r,' ik.it thill n'A be dil'.vefed f ibe Hoard bfjore One o'Clock cntlx r.-iJd lF,:dneiday, the \t^h oj Miiynext, nor anlat the �}ersun vjho pi:tkej rbe Tenj.r, ^-r iome I'trson on bit .Uhalf, ntlimh, 10 iimiuer -.vhrn ciHel fv> " . VICTUALLIN(;.OfFlCE, April 28, niv6 'T^HE Commmhnen for ifictuallfng Jht Majettys X Navy do hereby cive Notice, TiM oa Fuid.\y^ tjii t)tli of !\f.:y next; ttiey will be readf to recehie TenJeij 1/-.vrlt' iv; {sealed up) and treat for tie Jtefplv oti fepara'e f^ovt-nctt c/wW FRESH REIi.f a.'.d Wt \iR mav be riqiii eJ .for the r/ie i,y ffit M.ijesiy's Ship! and Feuch luVle'jmwW, Jo\-t/jeipaci of tjivel-ve miiithsjn.mthe.\-jlhcflhatmonlhi l; bep.nd for by lli/ls f.iyjile, xuitl) Interest, nineiy d.ty. after dMe.   \ The (o'lUilitis >f the C'litrucls m.iy '(? le^r-nt tut S;rret,irv't Ojjicc, tit tbi  applying t:, li-c C'.liccw of trkt Mj- , jeily's Cuitoiiii at Ikcymniib. "No rf^^ardwill l^t .'Jul 10 ^my Tfnlr in .v.-b ch lie Vike thall Kot be inie'ted in U'onls ill IfniflA, or t.'tui i>:i / 'lol 'e ttiliveini AC^SEOF REAL DISTRESS. THE WIDOW of a CLERG*^MAN of" the Church of England, who has tecently lost her l^liis- ....... �   " --------to the-Ce- liciting their .......________      ,  ,     .    . other cflects she has been enabled to pay the creditors,of her late husband, but she is thereby left .destitute of the coinmoiine-cessaries of life, while she has looking to her tVir support, an �aged Mother, a witlowed Atint, and an infa t Sqnia..d is be- '' " '----- �'h child hei-self.   For the donaiions she'lias �  ,and she � ChilTch of England, Who has tecently lost ner band, is under the painful -necessity of appealing, to th nerosity of the Charitable and Humane, and, soliciting b.-ncvolence.   l^y givVr^ up all her furniture and scriptions of Two i one Vbti*,'and to- have t\�6 P.itients constantly on' the iiooks. 1 en Guineas at oiie payment constitute a Govcrnur for Life. Aprif 30, iSi>6. �[       jOSIvPH WlyLLS, Sec. S FATE   LO PTtRV, to begin Driwtng M-riday, 't jth of May inst. H.AZARD, BURNE, and CO. Stock Broker.^!, at th-.ir Slate Lottery Oilice, ^3, Royal llxehange, London, are now selling, in great variety of Nu^nbers, Tickets ahd Shares for the above Lottery, ;c of �Z!,oobi. one Quarter, ot.c No. I0.7J0, a prize of 2!,oobi. tm the i80j February.last, Eiglfih, and'tenSiX- waswl I by them i teenfhSha.es. ' ' , The present Lottery corisisls of only 25,030 Tickets, and the Scheme contains Piize of L.i;,oi3o ib.opo 10,000 3 lu to Prizes of L. 5,000 .    1,000 500 down to za .g.yclusive of 6276 other Prizes frtim 500I. Guineas, anil not three Blanks to a Prize. Letters, -(lost paid, ditly .uiswered. ai-ul Schemes gratis Messrs. Atkins, Ho. 7, Waibrook, where particulars of her -distressed sitiiatibn may be known.  . .        �   . . . TPHE CASE of a DISTRESSED FAMILY is � Jl  humbly submitted to those who have it in their j>ower, and take a pleaoutei'n alleviating the sufferings of their fel- . low cieatuies ; a family pf 1 especVability, now consisting of H wife With six chifldren, surviving out of ninej who lived in � repittafiiiti vipwsrds of t.'tirty years; is, throitgh unai/ idable _ roisforttines, which no human prudence cbujd foresee nor ' jireveiif, reduced tij the utmtjst disttess; and shouldithey.not bp so IjappV as to hiterest a lew well Ihsgosed' persoas tii cohtiiaiute to tKeif relief, the husband, who IS in a very infirm ^titteorhealth, vvill ^jc obliged to end -his-Says iri a prison. The smallest c|oVtatjons will be imst thankfully j re-cfeivedi and evefy satisfattion given, at Messrs. K.ens'.ngton , gild-Co'Sf bankers; fcombatkf-street. - ..... INERAL BROWN PAlN'l^impei^etrable to - Vi'ct,and impefViouB toiitoisture^ the besfaiidcheapest .  v7V'y'jj "latti- I i.u,^j-i.xi*v�,i'Lor\dpn; wheire wvalswhs !i;id;ifieif genaine^bUck Wuns#?ick-japan Tot Srili-^llr^-""**iV5''"'*^� Stegii.W U*h,ian.t oihe^ Moves," 911 k,lnd8 ?f wn-iilrftft .wptkv�c.' h painters oils.and c61btt�:;supf,rfiili^>1tltteral^ iTfUfeJ-aJjar and pitth,\'h>iiii,-tur()entlne,ajphaltaui, We.i^- >pHE ESSElsICEV or t^E^lVL- ;a -mA^l X . DENTIPU^eEvIiBvetvted^fl.y ike late Jacob �em|et, t)iU)ti�I )Ce.H.er MajestV aiid the ,Pnnce of WaleSiare greatly Superior, h.,th ifi ei^alrtce Sril J.elfi^acy tS Aviy thmgfcttbch* madeoSo oU ihey -wiU *�e 11. agei...vviU re�ider.thein whiteanui b?,a(;tifnlwithOutPe feast impkitiiifgthe Eiiatnel-, fks*cn such as'�ie ib**, 4:^^^0fyxi^ ait a) ready decayed from becomiijg Wwse, pwreiit' t*e .iP�oth.*ch, pee�^lyji.V(fe ^he^uirvV m fhe'GlmiSj ainJmrte tjjomfirlriv titmian*! �lti!iftj ,� ttctfl. 'I'hey likewise' iwrlcfauhe'iMBJith Uelicately Sivwt,. apd re-'Mi�d^ ali't)io'8e-cHis�rafer��hfliare tfaBooriMitluitncAat Spti^iitic C'uhiisaftabWl-T&eHiti'   >>   .,j>   i>   I  '    ;� �Ill brder to:J>V�v�lM>lttevljTO}vwUwn8.daily;prft<�Ms^ft tints crninterleithtg ttiff ahd^Bl jirierttiopea, }Qn;^e�niib]uheu :a 6 .J.itHEH&Tv.;iU.'^fc*i.y-*^^ c o C K S P O'tt^JF+'KJS 15'T,'.S dDiJ iirorto � at? ��ii.�wniB Iwk what hiive those iwonlF (m^Taireiiirt-^h^nampi andalsQ:a,|at;i�f v/Ji}h tha words  ^'U-a V'tft v amiis paruculfirJi:/ucioooimpiiiilFUiito-lf-,; AN OBVIOUS SAVING. HODGES �ai�.u ,Cr;. No. 44, St, James^s-strcet, No, 149, Oxflprd-stieet, recommend to their Friends and th-' Public, , an immediate purchase of Tickets and Shar-js in th; present popular Lottery, as 1 he pr'Ces will certainly aclvrtijce, and cannot at any period, either before or in the Dr.iwinif, be cheaper t.lian at present. So confident are Hodges and Co, of the certain rise of price, tliat they hereby eygage to takel5ack,.on the Sattitday before the Drawing, at the present price, any Fickets bsufiht at -their (XRces, or to returnthe ditference should they b"e lower. It is therefore obvious th-it much rnay.be saved aiid nothing cat> be lost by ah iinmetliate [lurchasi.   , DR. G RUGOkY's C V C 1,0 P liD1A. To be cjmpleied in t Wi-lve monthly parts,at 9s. each. T^H;- THIRD PART of this complete an.l va-JL   iuabie h I-C I 1 ON A S Y of A RT S and S CI E N C E S, Wiia this day published", pric.e 9% and hiay b.? had ol every Bookseller and Ueak-r in Ho-iks in the H.-iish iJo.niiiioiis.   , , Of whom may also be had. The First .in -. Joh s jii's Diilidna'y on alls'.ibjccts cf reference connec.t-id wi 11 the .^rts a'ut Sciences. � The Platcs.aicf nuiherons.and are executed by Heath, Por-ter, and other oistinguished Aitists. bridge-sirsjct,Klad'.fiars, Mayt, iScifj. �   Mr.-\y IN DH A M'b PL.v.M. This Day is i>wb!i^hcil, piic'.* is 6d 'I^HOUGHrS on ehanging.the SYS'l-'EM of N i   TIONAL DEFENCE at ili'e present Momont, to   the /io.nd before t)nc o'Liorn cn Fril.iy, the  r- Heal Ar' 1-OUR |-!UND' �1.D TONS cf eH...S(llRr: li ' �.' J-AL F, cf i/.'c/.4';;esl Jfi'.iVV, or S iXi.'V cj ^'rjyi:/ i^cid-e-' ; r.f f.-hich t'.'i p;i:oi. t;/,'> m.iki- thi' Tciideri urc i.i p �:d:ue S.i,'ip.:i.; to te. :'ci',jeicd. ini:; His !\1.:jt- >g\ jhe 'J'�U cb.trji* a/i'd >i"i-te fii-t 'Al.:jes-y,-except li.KUtheCciilractorivliii.e ti Ii 2S.:,i'iii. pe> T.'i for P(,r- '. Ir-r.ige uf tbi Hall frcm the U'o.:rft'j the .^.'5 .?>/./ 10 :,y p.iid fo'- iiv ly,ib p-nya!i!c, ".vitb interest, n'rictj, .-'.ly! .:/;ri- ,-f:i!e._ . J'.'.'e.C-M.L'!ionj cf the Conlr.icts mux i^eciet.iy' Office, ill this Office ; or by iipplyh.-g to.the C^tlccl-^i^ '>fthe S.i.t 1)lilies      , Li-i-ir^c-j/,  a/:d .:: A'JiUiUxvich, in Cies,bire,   re. No rtj-ard 'ji'Il be hit! to ar.y Tinde>- r'j>:cb. tbi p-ice sb ill vol be inserted in ii'oids Jl U'l^th, c'- t.-;i! sba.i no! Le .ici'-jc: ea So lie lio.ird.'.cjire One, n:Clock on l.Le siiia A:,t.! i;-lbe 121b of iVl.iy nixl, n:.r.. unless ihe p-crsn.n'.vho makes the TeiJer'yU, mmt p'i;.on on his Leh;tlf, ariends, la an^rver -.j'i^-i: >.illctl ft-. '\' ' NAVY-OKKICE, ;\i;ril it; t8;;5. ' ' I "^HE Trhicipol Ojjiccrs and Cornmhsionets of Hj$ . JL M.Iie ly's !>, y a'l. hfcoy P.il'c iS'oiice,.'l-'ji' on VV.e-o.-h \,\-, tie 141'hi.fM.iy next, .-it': One 0'Chek, ttey 1%'ill'le -eady �to Irr.it -H'W' iuc.-i pc. i-.;;r js Kiy be :v'i'}':fr tr c'.vtruct Ja>- iiiH.i-i" -AUrekit-n i:.r,(r.  1 \V() CU FTF RS, of 140 ii/r; and hitrihi-'!, i.r the eaLo:i:s, to be'Pa.iel Built, . A dr.iiivjjt of tie Cuittrs,- i ney for Prices as soon as drawn. . ADVANCE OF PRICES. T^ROM the great demand for Tickets and Shares, JL .the Prices will continue to rise, ant;! cannot afterwards be lower, the Scheme being soconstfuded that there will not, " "at any period of th^Drawuiii be three BJankf t^a Prize. LOT PERY'begins Drawing laih.May, 1806. PTIZp of � X I � .   % 3 -  10 10 20 S6 6,200 ,f 15,000 21,000 10,000 5,000 1,000 500 100 50 ai 4 ' ,0D0 %o,ooo I5^obo 10,000 5,000 2iQ00 i3o,ioo ^1 o,9oa ?;j,oao Ticlets *       Part of the above Capitals. Piv^yirst-drawnT-ic'Vets 1st Day  l.i.ocio each 1.5.000 Five titst-tJravvn Tickets 3d D�y     i;ooo e?ch .,5,300 rirst-drawn        .        4fh Day Ditto .     'sthOay Uiltto . '6th Day     - PticeofaTipfcet, jf. ao j Big?ith,_ - .Half, ..,C�o Quarter,        5 Sixteenth, io;o30 '20,000 it 6' h 6 fentb dud pvfjlorts IWhff have;thei'Care'Bfts^mcQni,VIS N-' B. The presistit.Sctemecontainsmar6t?nze4 and fewer BUnk^ thap any'^Lottery tor trraTiyyear^.pajt.       ^  -<    -t.. nriHEKev. WILLIAM BARCLAy's FAT^^JT A  ate,9HIV�> �Viani^bre.medkinebcihg now ytsteU.spleJy m tl�*1tcV: WiU liam BartVay, and thcfse dppVihlea.by hiin,Hi# |u^tl>er*ale�t the. I'illS' is, in �lonsequithce,.�i>tjic)y discontinued at, the Elaboiatoty, No. 35'. iWtefdistreeti- Cov�(�t.Kat�*ilv '*TOl^js now c*tabliihfct�4t( the l t 'hayin{ fhcrn Jn tHeir"pure afrillgehttiiSe state.   Mn Kiibprd'^utir ilsuai allowanco.   None are genuine but tiittst. having si BUtk Stanjp, with the name,     lJieJJ9v,sVY.^})iifclayt�"; xnsrAved iW ropose5l. Printed lor John Sfockil.al.3,.Pic(;a,til'y... Of whoin m ly be had, in on'; vol. 410. puce Oik- Guinea, A Systematic Vievyof the Formation, Disciplinj and I'.co-.nomy of Armies,   By Rob rt Jatksoti, Ksi), 'Fhi-      is publihtd, I ART the 'll-Iir  cf a :CATALOGUE of BOOI^.S, tm Sale by JOHN VV-aU'E,'at Horics's Mead, in Fleet-street. _     _ ,' 'Fhis part (ioriraiin Historical Works in English, and a r.u-tderous collodion of Irench, Italian, Spanish, and other Fo-reign BonKs.   _. �   ' Fhe p:-f jcnt is a splendid and most iiiierestiiig N uiiiber, pub-lisae'.i this Day, price 2s, 6.1; To be continuid Monthly, being the 1 Iiifd Number of     " I A BELLE ASSEMiJLEE;.or BELL'S COURT and FASHIONABLE \i.-\GAZINl-:. , The Hmbelliahmeuts in this Thiid Nunibjr are more beautiful even than ihose in the Two Hrst, being Urst-A most beautiful Portrait Piiiit other Rojal Iligh-hess the Princess Sophia of Gloucester, Fngraved by Scri-von, in his bfst niaiuvr, with permission of the Duke of Glouteste', from the Original Piiture by. Sir W. Beeche'y, in the possession of his'Royal Hijzhness. Srcoml--Seven Whole Length Portraits charmingly Engraved, representing the Spring Fashions, with appropriate Head Dresses, as taken from tea! and original Dresses, dis'gii-cd and made by the most distuiguished tashionaole Diess-iliakers in LoiVion; 'Ihird-'New and Fashionable Patternsfor Ntedle Work.. houith-An Original hong set to Music, expressly and ex-clpijively for this Work, by Mr. Hook, whose compostiions have^so signally contributed to preserve theorigiual simplicity and sweetness ot the Lnglisli Song. V ^ The Literary Department contains such a variety of originals, and judicious miscellanies, as will entitle this Publication to-rank with the nwst esteemed .Works in the Libraries ot Ladies'ot Classical tasic and seledion.        : Some impressions of the Wotkars coloured to the ctFjd of the Original Dr;twings, and maybi had at 4s. each Number. 1 he 1-wo First Numbsrsof this Woik are now before thePublic, and their receptionJias been tiattextm; b-,-yond example ; new Editions ot each Ntimber have been required, and they are now ready to, deliver with the impressfidns ot; the beautiful Embellishments restored to t:;eir oiiginal perfec-. tion, London : Prmied for J. Bell, at the Wetkly Messenger Office, Southanipton-straet, Strand. Hl>Ai.T.Ijl AND   LONi-l'.Vn-N'. V DR JAMES'S ANA,1..EPT1C aiid ANTlblLlOUS . PILLS. THE Celebrity .>f the Araieptic PJls, as n g^e-r.eral Pre.sfrv�t-ive of iil�alih, is l>ecomc i!nivr>ai, from their Efficacy in those Complaints, \vh;cli contiimal y dis-tUtli t! e Hcman Kr3me,5uchas �.;olds, Rheumatisms He.ui-ju>hs. Indigestions, aiid otlier Diseas'-'s of the St'jiii'ieh aiiti Bowels ; which arise Irom the vici^sitiKles 01 out chmat*, or ,lr(yn mdulgeiijce jn the luxMries of life; and these.'ialutwy 'cfted.i are produced bygently opemngtha (>orfi8 by nighf, anil the,bodjtby.day, w-ttliout requiring a!>y particuhiT rcginti^,-! or conhneMvBnt. But though thtf Analeptic Pillsiire.alsdA^ry scpvicoalile in bi'ltou^ amL-ortnw decp-sc�(eU,d,'sor ent I'liyshian, who has tisl-d " these ,Medicipes comt'inell lor liianv yt?ars with t-lie happiast sitticess, inall CDin|Uant.sof the i tvcr, as well us.oih m^ ot the-penuwie Dr., -Jahles*s tevet:Ppvvd�r,. tyie \\\\ . AsnnalJcompasSj that would oftenaffind telictoM aYiy-suddc-n' 'indispositiohVahvl pievent Che ill copspqMCiKes q( neglect Or, Sold otity by F;' Newl?ify*^and '.Sions,�' No. 4j,vSu PaivPi' ^'Chutcht'XartUtQit'the Poii4:h.,way^- fuurdpots tram tnccunwr iyiot us", av Utnion-street; vie. �h�?,An�lfiJi�i Hil|sypr�V9 4s.,6yL. a box, ,9ri>ix in one Ur� bqx.fpr il. a>.: and the "Antihilibjis I'fits, nuveas gd 5i�t5�, dhry�in�Jlnd�d. 0*m�e th�tth!e w tcrs of Hii Miijevly'K S^'iy hcr,'yp:i;''S:!i^i-,ih.il on'\'r.':ns-DAY, the 'Alb of uMity  *r,on: .vt in iv *e ii'^iiin:^ ^0 conlr^ici /;'-supply::'^ .;l H:iM..J-Uy'  f.re ihe^isi of D-ceniber^ iSc,-, accor.-ling lo a Dijrfb:iiionivhith,kvilh a FjriK of the Te.n.i^r, may be uen at this Ojfice.. No tender tfiil be   :':d 10 be  tiiiivtiij .it rlir '^HESE justly celebrated PILLS, X   fartheirbeiiehci.^eliedsin tl-.e cure* TRANSPOR F UFFJCt. 22tli .M irch, ib>6. ^HE Cimmisshfiers for Cjnduding His ^faj,i:t.'s _   Tran^sport Service, fbilakin^cure �/ Sick and Wounded S-eanen, &:c, do berebv gve notice, thai ihey wll be r.:.ijy .;/ thit Office on Vhurs.iay,- /.if tjf.i of Vf.y n,x', to reccii-e s'e.if.l Tendeitfland tii.:t with suchpcisont tu iiJv be i:;//ang n,c::::r. cr fir ViduaHing Sick and WVninded -e imen, i;,- in ,rJ liU- t're.it HoipittllShip, in Cork Ilirbotir, for Tivelve yimtbs LCiuin fj^m tbie lot.'i of yune'nex:, .   NiiTcfidei .tuill he leceivul afer 0:e s'CWk on the djir of Trt.t'y, nor any noticed, unless :ije p.triies; *r age.iltfir ibcvi, personally attend.   Etch lenlevniuH be acco'np^n ed -Jfiih .i       . Uer from I.IVO re.fpec.i.iile peno.'is, ev^!f;inzto icr.'.'.v o,:i.vt � ihepeison te,-idenn^,.in fe sum of X'lJJ Ihindiej i'.,unJs, foric.e due performance OJ the Ccniracl, < I'nriiiee p.irtcut.irs m.iy be knctvn by .7pp/ii'.'s[a! tu.s PJJic:, or Cj iMiiurtion :fthe I rent, on b'^.tid li'c ci LL vLl Ll^^ 1 I V 1  ULI b s.) rernarkiible _   . . of Ssarvy, Scr;-- phula, Rheuma'isin, l.enrosv, and ail D;se.i.-.eiot tlu Sur , oiitiiive to be prepared bv Dr. .-\1.LEN (inccess:)r to M:. y. Pidding) with the,most s-.iupulous exi-dness. Their decided power in correding the ill effediT uf ni::rcmy, a,..I their unrivallid unlltv as spring aim anumiia pn>sic, lor 41 years past,,basjnsrih d-that confivieme wliicn the public posesin vhem,and enables Dr. A, to recomme.-ul them as an unparalleletl remedy. '  � - �   .   . t-'AUTioN.- 1 he Pills cannot be q-'.'T.ime, tireless rheour-side label and bill of direilicns are S!c;ii<;j b\ i!ie soil- PtJ-pne. tor, R.Allen. Sold wli.ilesale and rit.nil by Dr. .-Mien, at his (latePi'-dum's) gcnUKiJ Patent Mi-,;iciiie Warrhotue,        Oxm i-itiedr, opposite the l*.inthcoLi, 111 boxes at 4 ; six cf tn-j inter, at 5I. iS. ; sold likewise bv t. Newa.'iv a .a Son-, 4 -, St. PaaP^ Church vattl; Die-.:y and Suttoa. B nv Chu ..1 yard jBifton, Royal E.vclia.ig-; >Var>i,-Mi-dre-ri^w, .to, OjrjV; \Viiher.-^i-iiy, Stiaiid ; ClarkV, i.ftrousn ; '^enin .1, Rishop�gate-str-ei,    itltBut ; .i.iu iSarclay a> d -.kiv, i-i:Vi Mnikcf.   �    , - - .     _   � .:   Fo Mr. DIXON, Apothecary. SIR-In   Gonsequ nCi!  ot   sevenil   Voy.ig's   ti ^he Esst Indies,   1 h.-ivp cnntradcd a Uii.-u. Co' .. plaint, tosiucli an alarming extent, as to best-^rci-ly ibl.- it Itimes to pay intention tr> the dv.ties ot my ship,   ih  .'tit th-.?:recommenditi'm-ot ntri.-aJ, 1 wjs levi to maketr.n j your Dixon's .-\Nriiiit.tows Pti-Ls, by th t wh r i, : lor a Short tiia-'; 1 wi�, to in.v ait(..iui(hnisnr, ini.iitHliat. L' lieved; andjii?-vc been. tt>ra;}')iig while totally t*ee tro.n am jreturiiSA!f.^'aU>eii, \ei't.V\VlVJ>t ot tt\i -jyn, nervous ami ^ltk �fhCMd-atjlis, .heiMl,bs.rni,mddiness,. and i.ther c rivSi on>t >ymi;to.ii�-otth* .thove coiHpta.nr.    Hie     cess i.t von. r--i(>e'dy-liir> iiulncptV nr.' t.> r^-V- imncuii it i;e. e-ji ji, aiiu-t^|; biosheri in ; aftisubr,.:�tn-d v.,rte til-^ti in, i( ||.>/-^U-,. v""" "-M ibaii n�\ >eif, hai b;*en mjkc in :iv cr 0 m.det.'l\ c'(jrc^l^'"i  ,^      * lani, Sit, v.ur-i'b.viieiitb.'i'.'a.ciL"' y'^i''   

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