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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 8, 1806, London, Middlesex                                11'; s THEATRE KnYAL,J)KV),nV-l^N!l'._ . rpHlS PRESENT EVENING will be performed THk ! Tr E 'uo y a l, goveN" t-o'     ijen. > THISTRESE-NT EVEOTNG their Majestic.' Sffrvanis will adl . liTorva!, by Master Beisy j Lord Ranclolphv Nfr. C.!tai-�msn ; Glenalvon, Mr. L'boke ; Lady Randolph Mrs Lite i-'  . With THE TURNPIKE GATE. On ."^afurcby Master IJetty will aijpear in Ro!la. COV'tN'T G.AkiJt-.N.      ' 'THE.VrRE ROYAL. 'TfeS" SVIITH respedfuUy inifbrms the Nobility, L binrtv her TricncU, ant^ the ^"blfc in^ceneral, that YATES'? IfANKRUPTGY. , U-fE Gommissioners in a Commission of I^nTcrupt awarded and issued FOrtft asainstlDSEl'H YATES, Ijtepf A'.'ar.iford-court, Tlitognior.ton-sireet, in the City Ojf I London,! (Partner, vyith John I'et^y, latRly d2cea.se        . In the covirseof the evenmg Johnston., The prologue the Epilogue, b.y  Mis? �particular desire) COT.-;, (with apptopiiatc music) A favouiite comic Song by XINS' ODE on the l^AS.Sll)N , will be recited by Miss Smith. Mr. Emery. 'So which  will  be' adtjed a Melo-Draiyia, in two sdls, consisting of iipeakiii?, Dancing, and Pantomime, called A TALE       MYSTERY. Tickets tor be had ofMiss Snehh^ at Na, lo. Great RusselU streer, Covent Gardca; and of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre, where places tor the Boxeii may he taken, ESS. ASHLEYS resjjeafolljr inform the No-bility. Gentry, their FiientJs, and the Public in Ge-fiefal, tlieir Benefit is fixed for Whiisun-Eve, Saturday^ May 3^, iiio6, at the Theatre Royal Covent-Garden, ivhen will be j)er(brmed .i Sacred SELECTION ftom the MESSIAH, CRIiATlON, ar.d a MOTET, composed by the celilirated MOZAKI",, Further particulars will be announced in due � fime.-^-Doors tube opened at Six and begin at Seven. Boxes 6.s-Pit is. 6d-CaV. as,-Upper Gal. is. Tickets to be had of Messt Aslileys; and Of Mr. Brandon at the The.itrc, vshere Placies fQ,r the Boxes may be taken. IMPOH.TANTKAC rs. v;- A, LL the objeiftions thiit have existed against fof. J-~^ meLotteries appear to have^ bfcn r^'movcd by. ihc joresent Scheme. Eacli day's Urawirij; wjll be nearly equal, and "the number of prizes will be in tlie same proportion eveiy day from the. firSt to the last. There are Ca])ital Prices to the amount of f.early tzo,oo;)l> and tlie furmation of tha fichor^e is suclt that a sinjzle ticket ma) Rain 45,000!.; be-..sides.wliiQli there are ^upwards of a tliousandsntdll Prizes niore,tl)aausii<�!. The W lu'elwill go roflndnii Monday nekt.' ; "DTATEf LQTTEKY.^Thf: FIVW* -Firstidfa^ii; Tickets on RIoNnAV ne.vr, vviil be cnthlwl, _ lo Ontf Thousand I'oiipds^c.'ii.li.    Whoever purclinses before that ilay, will have their chance for the numerous capital and other ----u^x^..^ c...,^ I 'PillfiTicket.s and Shares Mr. MOORE'S WEW WORK. GARfENTER respeftfully informs the Public, that Mr. MOORE'S EPISTLES, ODES, anddther .POEMS, will be reasly for delivery onTitUR.sD.'vv, th.: 151)1 ynst.--Old BondrStrCet, April . '   ,   GENERAL POST-OEUCE, May I, i8i6. . A CAUTiON. , SOME Mcrchnnts of Eminence in London, and in a Rtejt cninruerci.il 'i'owii in ths Country, have lately be&a prosecute,! .it the instance of"his Majesty's fostmaster-Gen;ral, and conviiled in p e|r Lordships are bound to prosecute the Law to its full exttjnt.       . . Thep-nilty is Five Pounds, with costs, for every Letter sent, recqyerabic a^iinst, the party sending, contrary to the TMl'EmAli'/HilLmENT. HOUSE 01' LORD^Wf.oNF.saAY, M..V 7. A Person named Brva-lliurst, vvas brought to the Barof f!ie House and repiirnifided, for iisii'B abur.tvc, and opprobrloUv ^.1n^;||a^e to Air. Dike, one of the Door-keepers of their Lordsliips Hou-:**. WlHle in the disvhiirgs of his duty in VVcif. iiiiilstcr-llall; during the .'friil. He vvas then ofd-'rsd tobs discharged, upon paying the Fees GUAP.i)f.'\NSiMP OF MISS SFYMOUR,-A rctino.ii was prci'iiiedon til.' ','.iri of tli \ E;�rJ of Eiis'ort, Lpr'l Robert Seymour, and otliein, ji-tying riut their .Appeal against tiicDecree of 'he Crurt of Chriiictfy, i:i th-^caseof the Guatdian.hip of Mjss .S^yMioirr, (l,;us;httr of the-lite Lord Hu^b Ijcymoui, iiny bs c.xpeiUted with reipe^t U> 'ts hearing. On tliis a conversation took place betweeij the Lord"Chat;- rarie^y of Numbers, at the I'rizeslin the pii^e^ent State Lottery, continue on Sale in the great'-.st vari 'rnh:ll, and facing the Gate of the King's Mews, Charing Cross, by RICHARD-SON, G()O0LUGK, and Co: ^5, Cornliiir, 52, Charing Cross, and St. Margaret's Hill, Horough. HQRNSBY and Co. respetlfulK'- acquaint their FrientlS and t!ie Public, ili-it the. State Lottery commences Drswing-on MONDAY n'xt.   Tickets and Shares NOW �)PENV--At the PANORAMA, an the STRAND, a VIEW.of the Handsome piTY of irL()RKN.CE:ai)di!s beautiful,liN VI RpNS.ginerjUy con-sidered; one of the ti;iest^Seehcs in Italy.-The Speil^toris ftiiiied on the Palac'i FeToni,:oveilo.oicing'the River Ar-no; A\\ the four bridges ate seen-;\i:he 'sides by^>Iom)tains, aril part of the AVpJn'mesv 'The -Uay'oi'Naples contintitss opeu ; to which ii8s been-added, a representation pfthclate awful Eruption ot Vesuviits,a�dmany �Figure;, &c. ; ,. Opeiv from 'I'cu till.fTusb. Admittance to each Paihting tone Shillitisr. '� ' � � y     - ^ .      . . CAMiiRIDGJi,.    . "       ^ THE SUBSCRIBERS to the UNIVERSITY Sr.'lTUE 'of Nir; PITT airft'respe2ll'ii0y'informed, � ha*c ujulertakea to'^rticeive the ersl^ys aod Cd'. Tall-Mall t :.Hett?itftet?f � Messrs; Har-iclays and Co.' Lombard street,. l.c>napn ; and Mf.- Gilhm, , VamWidgc. . the Subscjiption is liow so very large, the Committee request only that a third p.art of the respedlive sums be paid "at present;' But as seviralpifsous have already remitted, and others may remit the whole of 1 heir Subscriptions, they may, on application to the Secreta,'/, with a di^ tedlion wheie the money is to'oe paid, h'lve two thirds returned ; or if they let the money remain, it will be account;d. ftx When the work is.completed. By Order of tlie Committee, J. BROWN, Secretary. CLEAGY ORPHAN CHARITY. THETie-isurer bf the Clergy Orphan Charity RratcfuUy acjiiiowledges the receipt of a Uank Note for ?Ifty Pounds, Which E. N, has beiicvojeivtlydifci^id him to apply to the (lie ol that Charity.     ,. Blpomsbury Place, May 7, t8.6.__ TO MEPICAL MEN.-^An: opportunity offers of succetding to a most eligibk.situation in the Medical tine, on particularly ailvantageouSterins.-The neighbour-hcfl^-l is extensive and- rcspeitable, and the distance fronj Lon-doaabout 3.3 miles, . Further particulars may .be known by application to Mr. R. S. Taylor, of Grays l-nn, Solicitor, any morning this, wjeek before 12 o'clock,       ' �     , "~" PATRIOTIC FUND. '    \    '  .   '    Lh.yd's May 6, t2o6. a. GENERAL ME^EtlNG of the CQM-' MiTTE E held this day; re.id a Letter frdfn the H^m, Edward Ijyam, Esq. Presidentpf the Couhcil of the'Island 'pfAii'igua, addressed to the Committee of the F.-.triotic Jund at Lloyd's, of which the following,is an extradt :- " CENTLEMErj,        ,      ' Antigua, Match 4, 1806. * The inhabitant's of fitfs IsVaiul, aclua*d by sentiments of the warmest attachwedtsto qut excellent Constitution, jiiid of the.steadiestloyalty.io thebest of Sovereigns, at^id feelingly alive to every event in Which the honour and welfare of the Empne are mterB3t�d,(roul.d nor hear of the glorious and decisive yiftories obtained-bSrer the enemy, by I h6'late ever to be lam^ented -Lord NelsoiT.' and by Sir Richard Strachan, withotit those emotiottj which must h?ve swelled �he breasit of everyiBrifishj Subje(S,on:jhe.a0ueYcin2nt of . conquests^sp brilliant arid hnpoiftant: i ' ' '* AnxinuR tn lTnn1Ff> i>.lr> TtaMt/.;. nly advance, and caiijwt a; any period, either BeVore or m : Di.-.win-;, be ch.*-;-.per than at.present:. So confident are idges and Co.'of the certain rise of price, that ll�;y h--r.{:l)y 'aKeto take back,.on tho SutU'dny belore the Drawing, at r i*.^-.. i_  _.... 'f:.!..^... u.....,i... ... .1.,.;- t\iw�a..^ last aii.i former Lottori.-s, s-it) cT,-it;d Prize.s. , 'nTx P AI nT):VV.       . SWIFT 9nd"Co. No. n, Poultry, remind their Friends and (h2 Public, tliit the Drawing of the present State Lottery will commei)ce nu Monday next, the 12; 1) of May, when the first five Tickets will'be oiuitled to'Oui Thousand I'otiiids each, independent of any othfr Prize, froin 2o,pool. to21I. which may be drawn against them-.- They also request the Public to observe, that-.the number qf Tickets dr.iwn each day will be nearly equal, which com-j�letely obviates the'objetlioi^s that Were made to the i equality of the,drawings in the late Lotteries. .As the whole of the small Prizes are fionting in the \yheel, fh';re must be the same propottioii of them fVqnri th^ first day to the last ; Btid thcreforoit is cvic!ent,.th.it Tickets cannot bi cheaper at any period than at the preseivt ; on the cohtiary, they will ui-cri?asp in price a? the drawiiKf advances and tltey become scarce "s-,   ,� AN OUyiOUS b'AyiNG.        ^   . ODGES find 'Go. No, ij j.;' St. jamps's-streef, No. 149,' 0.\ford-stic->t, rfcomitiend t) their Friencls and the Puolio, an iinmedrifie;'C ecf! i'e Ti>i!-rshi tiirilin" he.ihd i,PJ, u,,'t twf /:<(- FOUR HUNDRED rON:S of LIVERPOOL or COARSE GRaINED CHESHIRE SAL'P, or SALT c/ c^;/.;/ i;oj,/..w,/ and forSlX HUM-DI, !z to tl'e CoUfcto>s of the i'.Ut /Jutiesal Li'i^rpoj', li/id n( A'JiddUurci, in Cheshire, re-spcciivi'.y. ,        .    - , ' :-\' fin refiurd v^'dlU b.l ! to ahy Tender in ivhifh the price sO.fN not In inserted in ii'iV di at Lrt^thy o- I'^jt shj/f not be delivered lo the f}'j.7rd l/cf"re One o'dnck on the Mid Mr-yiiay, 'ibe'\iih cif At.iy itex^, nor iin(css:ihe prfsort liho vtaktis ti'e Te'>i(tr,ot ssnie pirtO'iim hit lebiilf, nt'cnd', to jp.tii-ei' ".t-d'et e:i//ed,fu.;. \ ay tbrt.-iglii  .SLAVE r!atri6tismi which they hWexbibited." ti/Bsmdl from, the'MmuuM,)'-     ' GU.lCllaU S^B^Lili Y 'M^U LD S^JOHN GRIFFlTHJi, at.his Manu&Mtiry, ;Np; is, New-AHeetj.Coyent.ga^den, ouedopr from JiCmg-street, begsieave to reiurnvhis gratfefuV thank? to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public,^br the great ertcbu^gement experienced, aniTrcspcA-ifiiiUyjnfonns t|tem that'll^ h*s imde ui� ,000 io,aoo 5�' were sold in 227 ditKrent Shares ; L,s,oe.o 2,000 several s Nos. i6t ey the second particu. VlCTUALLHMG.(nFICE,May 2, i2o^. ^HE Comm'ushners for VithtallirigllisMitjt'.itj's N.ivy, da he>-eif f;i-i'e n'jtice, ihal,.oit riuirsday, Im t^th i/ist.ititi lit F./even-o'Clock p>rci's,ly, in I A.: Forentitn, fey iviil lie re.idy to sell, to ih'e hig/jeithidder, at ftis l\'Ii!J^'iiy/k'lclif^il-I'ng Frcviifes eit pepljord, sundry Lvts of the folloiui.-tg Fravi-tio'ns afidffictimiiif/g Slr-tes, -vix.      �       . Bread, Bread Dust, Bran, Bakehouse Sweepings; B.izs and Rigs, Heel; Pork, Suet, Packih.e Scraps, Ertipiy Tierces and Irish''Barrels, Vinegar, Bnti,', liutter (Jreusp, Slush and Scrapings, Cl;sese, Sugair, "New, Poard, Donbler, and Slab Fnds, Wine Pipe, Brandy Piece, and Rum Pu-clu-cn Heads, - Staves ot various descriptioa;, 'i'ight .ind Dry He.T.l. ing, Iron Hoops broken and lii-iif, dn'l worn out (.'noperi' Tools, lying in His Mtijesly's Vlctiialtirig Preinisei nf Depffi'd.. A Dfpisit of 25 yifr Cent, is to I'le. m.idi: upon I ie amount oj atrh Lot at fhy .time ofSnlc ; and if the rentitinder ofthjr .Mcvry ' c noi faid, and the Farticu'ars i.iken aiT,iy, ttiitljirig tiveniy fucrkii^ diiyyafter.ivardi, theDeposil tuill be faVJeiied, and the Gsr^ds remain i.('e property of the Croiun. The rAher Conditions m:iy be seen, and printed Ca'a!e Petition of iMessrs. Cowu and Chalmers.     �     " Mr. HUSKISSON gavj nonce .that he should, to-inorf,jw, liiove for the produclion of a loiter written by or�.erof the hit^ jioard otT'icusury to Messis. Cowle and Chalmers, aiidjigu-oi, he b6lieyi\l, 6y hiit>s Hi ivlati.ve fo thvii ePjim. lurSH BUDGET. Sir J: NEWPORl' moved the Ordsr of the Day for the House JO go into tt Commute? of Wwys ani Means. '       . . Th^ House having resolved i,nto the Ctunnuttce^ Mr. Alexander in the Chair, -   . Sir JOHN NEWPORT statctj, that If ip atiempt, iug to lay before the Cotninittee a'statement of the r(rvenuc,s and resources of Ijrcland, he was poMi of-the abilities pf his l^Joble friend (Lord "" Petty), he should not feel any of the cmb.t which he thcti laboured ui\der; X^t^p; his ability, he vould perform his dtjty w" apprehension. JCor himself, he wu i, otjl 8t�.tement 19 8iropR: and unadorned laf>;_ . tatning thc'rcsult the enquiries wKj thought it his duty to itniike,. Thoygl   

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