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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                rftrcs ^HIS PRESEt4T^EVENING a�11 bs.i^rtqnr.ed J- -"^^^^HSlf-S^^NRY THE EIGHTH, ^' V v'lTimblc   Kathanre, Queen of E-Rland. Mrs Siddons.  i yet seen them. Fashionable DresS�Makers supplieil with the trade advantages.    . ' TOHN BRITTAIN.-All "Persons who have any IMl'ORTANT FACIii. ALL the oUjeftions thatliave,existed against for-titer Lotteries appear to have.b:;n reifnoved^by the presattt ScheVne.  feacWdiy'i Dfawltimjivlll be riearly equal, .^i-i the numberof ptixes MriU'lie in tjte isame pyoportipi every day from the first U thp, |ist.. ThertF'�fc Capital �V?r:.pecul^*/n~Una^^^^ Ac. the number �>f ptoe^ ^^Ui^^^sm^Ji^oj^otu^! �'"^ ^Jirnished.-Tob,hpiekC�^^ - dav from the first Snu F Woxee a>*d rocket Books,^ m^uinol CM*-,   AnL-v%riicle. �n�;esl>raWinj^--.UltCHAkDSON; GOOD. LUifK. iral Co- tes^etUiitly rcqommend th^tr Friends atMl^ni^ t'ublic in seherali who iiitend to adventure iitthe pre-senV Cottery, an imniediatc, purc^asif, as Tickns will rise aRaih gn ^lit^sday, the Schemeof the Lottery beinR so con-ctrucleu, that they will etitrcase in value during the- Drawinffji, aosl from * he gireat demand and small Number of Tickets, .�t�ob? ori\y� '"'^ the R,reat NuiMbcr of Prizes, from TWfeNTY FIVE THOUSANi) POUNDS down to TWEflTV; ONE POUN      T.ickefsmust bccime scarce. ' ^ ^" fibXT iMONDAY. SWIFT and Co. No. 11, PouUryj remind their Friends anil ;ri>sPiibHt,th.it the Drawing of the.present State Lottery will commence on Monday next, the tzth of ii.i. .. �hks,�ndshe Thousand I'oundi each, ii.depeivLiit of any otht-r Prize, 1,-BS 10 acquaint the Public, that SuSScrintions for iK^rlVir-  fr^m zo.oool. toad winch may be draw.v i^jjainst them.-t'.er-rettef will b* feciived hV ^fllwsrs. .1)avi�(�i ar.d Co.: I hev also request tlie Public to observe, that the nunAsr liHiikers No. S4. Pall-Mall i by ^lotirs Ptigfct, Bkihbridg^ of TicfcrtidTirvvn each day will be n.ariy equal, which com-anrt pJ'i'ieli Co IfCeof Physiti�n�, Wafwick-lane:; ai d by pUldy obviates the objcdions that were muilu to the i-.e.uia- . M rt' Atkins,"No. ^, Walbreolci where-jwrricolars of h-r Uty ot tire dra ;s ,.V the Kite (;otieries. As the whole of - thcsimll Prizes arc fluting in the vvheel, there must be the -,s.iine propoitioii of iheni fron �he firit day to the last; and tlierefoie it is evulchr, that tickets cannot b; cheaper a: ahy period thail at the present ; on" the contrary, they will i'lcreasein price as the drawing advances and tlipy become Scarce. ', � -    ' ""an ouvious saving!      ' . \ HODGES and Go, No. 44, St. James's.street, No. 149, P�ford-street, Tecommei'.d to tlieir Erieiids and the PmpIiC, an imtnediwe purchase pf Tickets and Shares irt.the prtsfnt popular Lottery, as the pries will; certainly Advance, an^l oannor fit any period, either befoie or in thfPr�wing> be cheaper liiniv at present. So confident: are Hoikd^and Co. of the certain rise of pri rawingi at the .^fdmtjprice, i^ny 1'ickets bou^'htat their Officc.s, or to , returntW dSlference.sTioiitd they bs lower.' It i;i therefbre I obvious that much may be saved ind nothing can be lost by in inmediate purcji^se A NY � GENTLEMAN wishing ' to possess a XJL Quantity ofBOrr LED PORTER, and SrlliURY, iipwafiis of linir years in the wood, and iinp.nitcd by a Mili tary Man, who from snrfc change in his oUicial siiujitiyn, relnflantly pans withit> may meet with such by an application to the Houseot Messrs, Todd nml Co Army Agents, No. 41, Ctt-�t SuHolk-street, Pall Mall.-The abyvc House pl^lgethciDSelvc's for thegoodnfess of the Wine, and that the whole will corriciporid with any small quantity that may be taken o;i trial. The price required is-Port, 44�;-Slurry, i)8s; per dozen, bottles included. -  ,      ^ ^ CONlii^^UATlGN'or SUBSCRIP JUONS for a STATUE of Mr. PITT in the UNIVERSITY of CAMBRIDGE. Subscriptions ahcady received �< L.6316  1 Mr. J. Cipper, St. John's College - 55 John Sayer, Esq. Caius College - 20  o The Deanof R.*(|)hoi�, Tijnity ;_o!legC     - i5  5 Mr. P. Dodd, Massdalsn       - - s   S Mr. Snovwlpii Bariitf, Trinitv Hair - 10 10 Mi*. Barrte iJarne, Trinity Hall - to 10 -Mr. VV.Meeke, Emanuel       - -  ..      ai  o Hon..:}.. C� Viliiers, St, Johrt's       '    - 3110 Visotnint'Clive, St. J  t^ io 10 -    ii o 10 10 w 1 \rf 1 �j r\ l. 1.1     .       * i i V   , THK Coz/unistioueri for Viihintlhg Nivy, li-i be>'chv pjve imt'rc'', ihiU on \'\ tlS^^^^^tc^^ not *l.�. dyproveatheir debts, may com* l�fepa��l 4nd prov^ th� TU�fe#g dypi--..-       .    .        -  - ,� ^ same. : - .       �    ' nrWE abo.ve. Lnxury havtltg been merely wed at X  the Table, now meets the opinion of tlfe' P; cjilty, a< very useful i*? the foUowiiigclSeS : -        b  .     ........--j..I ^Ufciiase, as from the nature of the Sclieme they must ad- K^ have just laid In a Capital Assottment of Haberdashciv .t Ribbon. whichtfiey�(.,3tHm*�m�^^^ xwl'Miucs/iinVrF^^^ Worksj'for which purposes^they a'c _ _ re[fin� s^at quantities.-N.B; A very Urge stock of remark- able chtap r.VovPS. No. !i4. Holbftrn. near Chan�3\ione. MILBANK * HOUSE.-To be SOLD, the spacious H O USE, with coach-house and stables, and extensive gardens, the residence of Earl Grosvenor, Wilbank-T.iw, Westminster. Mivbeseen with tickets, by applying. 10 Mr. Boodle, in Brook street, Crosvejior-squaie j or_Mr. J'orden, inUerners-sticet,Oxfoid-strcet. CAPITAL FREEHOLD GKAZING FARlvi.-Abdut Six Miles from Hrlstol, aodiheisame istancefrom Bath. TO BE SOLD B� PRIVATE CQNIRACT. BOTTOMS' FARW, in the Parish of FucklecJiurch; in the County of CloucestTk consisting of a good FaVm Jlouse, all necessary ()ut-b'ui.ldingSj and Two Hundred and Six Acres, the.l.itdTaxof whicliis redseified, asiiithe Potor iRates teniarkaW" ��* -^'he situation of this Farm, and the lejfcellehf  te Mr. T; H-4inmerslev, Trinity Hall Mr. W. G. Cnittenden,;Sid. Mr; James Barker, Trinity College Dr. Whilaker', St. John's Mr. F. Ainslie, Trinii); CoUep^e       > Mr. C.Mackenzie, Trinity renege Mr.T. S.VV alley, St. J,.hn's        -Lord .Louvaine, ."it. luhn's        r Hon. Hugh Percy, St. John's Mr. EvelynShiiley, Emanuel Mr. J ' Keate, Kiiig'i ,        -Mr. E.K.empe, St. J i'ln's - Mr. H. W, Seton, Tritiity College -Pof. Miiinwariiig, St. jpnn's TAi. H. Jowett       -Mr. Lane.Quwn's - Mr. J. Slade, Emanuel   ' - Dr; Foster Pigott, King's - Lord Burghersh, Trinity College The I/ie.inofSarum - . Th; Provost of Eton, King's Mr..W. Sawbriclge, Queen's M,r. H. Savvbrijge, Queen's Mr. j4; B. Sawbridge, Trinity Hall Mr. Starkie, Cathatine Hall       * . Mr.Hurst; Clare Hail -     � Mr. Hoi worthy, Caus - Mr. Soanc, Pembroke - Mr. pulteriey, KinE's - Mr. G. Buchanan, Queen's    -Mr, Kerrick, MagdaJert   / Mr. W, Gray, Queen's        -Wr, C:Carlv6ii, Pembroke, Mr. G. Cboke,^St. John's - Mr. W.l.ucas, Caijjs Th,, Bishop of El phin,C mist's Mr; J. H.W, Wiillanis, Clare Hall Mr_ E. Northey, Bene't Mr. J. Bentham, Catharine Hall Mr. -^v. i'^rite, Queen's - �Mr.]. Cook, Trinjiy Coll'ge Mr. John K,-*ter - '^r. kennel, Kind's        ., Mr. J. Walton,�Trinity College .'vir. Morritt, St. John's . Mf. J. Reynolds Wardale,Clue Hall Mr..F. Latward, St. John's       . Mr. J. Smith, King'.s � Mr. Metc'ilfe, Christ's - Lord Berwick, Jesus - Hon. W. Hill, (esus ' - Mr. G. Cordoi!, St.-John's Mr. T\ Ba'ber, St. John's r M�. A, B^ilvver, Pembiokc Mr. R.L. Page, a. 12 2 is 21 �i S s 21 3� �2 j. �21 .10 5 S JO 5 10 JO S  5 I. 2 2 Piize of L.25,000 20,000 ' 10,000 3 10 10 Prizes of L.?,opo 1,006 500 down to 20 � 5- S 5 5 S 3' 3 i   5 a 2 a 2 10 10 ? S 20 5 .10 3 S � 5 ,5 5i o o o o o o o o p o o o o o o o o  b o b o . 0 o o o o o o 6 6 o o o o b o o o o o o o o o 6 o o o .9 o o o VICTUALLfNO-OHf ICEi NT'.'/2, i-'.-Jj.' llis Mdjntyi iur.-. e reaiy to stil, to lie hlirheu b'Mer^ at [lit /V/W/>iy '1 yicuml-I'ni^ ]'ici)t/'ret titUfplf'-rd, iu>!.lry L''ti of tht foli'jiuing Prrui' iioni anJ ficliialling Sivii, vix. Bread, Bread Dubt, Bran, Bakehouse Sweep'-ngs, Ba^';and Bags, Bc2f, Pork, Suet, Packing Scraps, tmi>ty Ticr^S and Irish Barrels, Vjnegar, Butter, Buiter Grca-se, Slusii and Sciapings, Clieeje, Sugir, New I'.oard. Dovih'er. a;.d Sl.ib U'ndsi Wine Pipe, Braivly Piecf, iin,-! Rum i'linch.-'n Hea.ls, Sr-ives of vnr nil-! s\:'-C(V,'t"ii\-, liiijit aiti Dr; lUr.',-ins;, Iron Hoops brokt-n an-.t N'nt, I w ;rii cur i'..-};)it,* Tools, (yingin tils M.tjisiy i ficiuuillKf^ l':emiiri at if. . . A Di-pct!t o/a< ff Chiso**6ytuflltV ing hettMat^ful acknowjedgrtieptsjib the>*obllt , foi ihe-decided prfferfpce'ahd-iricr'casing deirtan* the Above ArficM.iilyexperiences.  At thesarheHtrir, begs   ihfft^m preparedpnly at Iter Fislji-Pauce WarehoWse,* Noi 6, Kdward-Tjtreeti :l?qrtinan.squlre.>,whef!e a^l orders frem'the Cc^njry ire requested to be airedled.     - . ,     �' I.%   i. jios rf daily received fey Miessrs. Lucas .'�ndrep.�t.?^i,4,^J^n!ie5rStre,e.t,j,Adelphi;^^^ a ' ' ters (prwt-ft'Mdj aijiw^ffed vvithOiit tfelay;j^j " ij' ' and let- THJStVE.AS many Ladies and Getitlemen-expe-' rienfccVcYy 'gfe'af f^e^uniaryMncbrt^^^        for w'ani they mw' feeTacW.nVi^^.ed i^vith ^erman Messrs. H�RfK{� an'* Cb, al-the Atmuity Bank, No .fc, Suflolk.stteiA','Chari�\V>feK>^, respeafMlly-jntutm.t^ ty and Gentry. in-'pbsiWestett'Jbr.tacomes ^rSing from F.reie-liold,.(;ALL, Architc4l. Published by J. Tayler, at the Architectural Library, No 59, High Hblbom ; where tnay be hail a now Edition of  iocesc.of St. Davids. 'On Match 10, 1806, was published, jjrice is. ASERMON, preached by the Rev. MOSK GRANT, A. M. Prebendary of St. Davids, before the Sai'dSociety at Carmarthen, July 11, 1805, aid published at their request.  To v/hich is added, a Stacemeiitof the Ao. counts of the said Society. To,be had of the following Bookseller?, Mr. Thomas Wil liams. No. 156, Leadenhiill-street, Lpndin j Mr. T Jen-kins> Printer, Swansea ; Mr, North, Brecon ; Mr. J. Thomas, Haveirford west j Mr, Caleb Lewis, Cardigan jf Jones, Newcastle, Emlyn; Mr. Jeukin$, Lampeter, I Stephen J' Mr. D'vid: Davies, Aberystwith ; and Mr. fihn Evans, Printer. Carm'arthen. .        CHARLES MORGAN, Treasurer EXCHEQUER RILL Ori'ICI-, Ma, j. ig.-i. All Eiichequer Kills dated in the Month ot June i8cr. Trea' exciplrdj, until hjiinday^ the \<^'.h. nf this iii.:.i~:^ yiuy..      , duiive,  fiov!   Tin   r,'<.'/-xk  in the   Morning.tiilOiic'ft tn A'.'ern-.iK, fir t.'.'e purpose of r.-;tii'}.ig th': UTie ; itvJ, f,r !'...� rfJ'cr diipalch, the Bearer! oftl;-: iaid L.iii:^ i-.v a'f.:'-;:i :f   . riig Limtherecf con'.-ining i'jc .Vvv;if. iii\-\ d':d timii  ' d.:!ed, exclusive, :to ike said z^d day cf \\I.!y,   i2,;6, /cf/;/-tive,  ivhen   the Inteicfl ri-U! cc.t'e ; and ti'gi are d(-/r-rd .fe .. .rile their names a'ui phccf of abide in such Lists, and indcr'se ')Hr nurnes okt'.-e.said Bills. If any of the Holders of lie .^frirerr.id Bi U .dy\U te de;ir;:/j tf rUciving paymenl of the Frirtcipai art.l l-:teres:, previ-iu, if :ie \i:d i^d duy of Af.iy,            they mlvy be .icr.ri.no.i.iied  it ccmlii'tirg the liilercs: to the D.iy ot ivhii-u iljeya'ith ^ hi f.tiJ, rd Icai'ii'S       saij. Bills for ex.!'nir:.7tii't oie J..y l'-ior,ti:e-e:'.. . � Si:cb Ptr.yo?:.! .li -v;.ii'he desiious ofh.i-y:'!g Xfir 'Ef:ch':i:!?r B./. t in pjit payn.eht, upin i>i-:n:io>!!/!g i/::,am'.ie:tt ~t the. so'r.n i.f ihfir Lhh.,deli'i-e'rd on or. ticfoip',lhe\ \tj'b. rf /ipfy, Jt'i.ur,  i''d.)!,ed ic't/.' Nex' A.'/.i cn-rjing a.-:, inlfre-l �(}' fh>ee Pi-;ice ffJfpcn-y iy  the Day^c-i ct-ny Urie H.vj.i 6, ..md li-iii he delivered o.i  {i,ici�.-./jy- the 2 j.vj a;id the fclhiir'rg D.n.. '   �   . ' � N. B. All l-xclift^iiisr BiUs dated prior ro J.uu?, 18:5, hive been advertised tJ be piidoU, ana the lut.-rjst thitejn has ceased. ^_�   � Thii Day is publishsd, pricj 4<. hounti, the Sixth Kditioa revised, of ��HE VISIT for a' WEEK:, or HINTS on th^ IMPROVEMENT of 'l-LMf; c nrjining orignjl Talcs and Anecdotes from Natural and Moral History,' de; siiiued for the amusement of Yr.nrh. By LUCY PEACOCK. Printe:! for J. Johnson, in .St. Paul's Churth Ya'd  J, Harris, Ludgatc-Hill, and R. and L. Peacoclf, 159, OxfurJ-street. TO COUNTRY GFNTLEMtiN AND O IfliUS. (!.3r Til? following Re.-Torative M.-iJicine is iri sucn Repute as to be U5e i or omitted, .so jn.nny chani(es and in:dHicaiiuns of tbfmpr opi-Tniohs had occurred, that it lihs become a new .work. It merited, tliwfor*. a w\v Tiile    It is how ofTwed to to'thi World as .A comti.kte view t)K;MOQl:RN ()PINI()NS AN D  MO 0 E R N P rAGl IC E in �v?ry branch of t lie proM'ssion,   J is extent is ihtfeaserl by onp.Kalfr beyond that ol the fornier e.titions ; while tautology ,ind uie� less reduit'J.incc iire in every ^Mrf coriirttcd and avoided: ,    'rhis work will lie itlusiratfd with at Iwst si.xry .pht(;s, .wholly new, *-lffle(l Wijl) pi^citliai- care, .ind r present'tn^j the ihs.^it iHnkiriunt' an*.! iiiatniiiive oiijtfils in thii.d)ilcrent : l>timc'��s ol' tlic si-ii-ni-c. : l.ondo.M: -PrntrHl li'rj. Johu-on ; Wi J. and Ji Richatd->bw ; J, AVMlWcr; g; Wilh.i!i and J. Robinson; g.; Kobin^ , sgn ; Si.atchord aiut l.ft;i(lrmnn} J. .>%i()ek(!ult j CutheJl fiiid Martin ; V^tTnnr, Hood, and Sharfe ; Wynneaiid ^on ; 0. K.plied with this valuable Mrdicine by sendiiu'their Orders by Coachmon or Newsmen, or by e clo.ving ds.i in a small Parcel dir.'Chd to Mr. John Wads, So. 1^. Oid Bond-!itr6et, London, for wJiioh purpn.^o.complotsp.ickiiig b'xcs are provided for sending it witii sjiery to anj- pirtof ^ this kinxdrm, Irchnd, Scotl.rmL *c. HUNTERS's RESTORAl-iYE BALSAM for reiforing and invigorating c^e cjniti'iitioiW of p;f,ons  weakened and debilitati-d by a coi:r.>e of di>s!p,ned ple.t>ufes, orindeed by any other causes. Even- d.i\ uroduces tresh a�.-cDuntsof the singiibr sjictess of th's invji'jj.'jie Kjst.jrarive Medicine, ahd many gentlemen have bcj^s candiJ en-!ugS o d-clare, that it has succe-dedin cases wjisn every Qt:ier .Medicine proved inelfeclujl.' ' -: Geiitleihen 6f*he first distinftian in t}i's kincdom, as well as others, \vhosi constitutions wera brnkj-nand ds-blliuted, have ext?erienced the good effeds of vhis Kestorativb Miedicine. For Ne'rvotts Disorders juoceeding fr-un e.\cjsslve dritiking, disstpate.1 pleasures, the immo -, whose cohstiruti?ns vvere itn-"paired by hafd serve*, the vurioits chanjtrs or^lliiMte, fct. persons t�r advahcrd in years shbuid trfqnently take a tew boxejofthis Restorative, which will am iZingty strenir'ien them, bt the means of ^jreireriting karii>�s ilisftrders, and in somemeasuri guard against the ravages of time." This Re,>,>-ratlveihay be taken with great S3f�ty, by boilw^eitcs, at any season of the yeatj without restraint or confinement. Extiaaofa l. ie: ' frative is prepared in pills, which pro-dnce more graiin.il and Listing ettccts than all the Intcr.ial forms t the tiuer pans of tlw Balsam .ire atao better pte-seivfU. , ,�      �    � bold at W.-ide's Mednn-i W.-jrshouses, No, 13, Old Boiid-strtet.-aiul No, 1 i ieei..-,troet; J- Newbciy and Sons, No. 45, 5t Paul's; lilt!, iU^al Exchangcj Baco ,' �>x-ttud stiett; Crutiwe 1, IViiittr, !;�th ; WclsjiB^holm, Vcrk, &c. and all Vcivlers uf .Mod ?ine in I'or-^^"'^"^-t'y, tirice 6s ill. iho hov, or in l/rger fcox^j wn.vli contain tlie quiiuiuy of >ix small, aSl Afiuv aiid Navy, &C. ' A Pamphlet vm the virtuesofthi! Resfor of^ uroi unhifxed, uii.v b< had of    -V^^^' �afioiis b^her medicmcs rad .bet-n tri�l to m pur'wse: '
                            

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