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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                mm6 '"THIS PRESK-MV EVENING ihcir Majc.tirs' KINC;. HI'NRY THE liiCHTK. Henry, King of I-i'pland, Mr. Pope; Cardinal Wolsejr, Mr. Keihble ; Kathafnie, Queen ofE f.hnd, Mrs SicWpns. V/iih OSCAR nndMAi:;VrMA. Plil LAN PROPIC SOCIliTY. ^PHE ANNIVERSARY DINNER of this Jn. X   stUiation will be at the Fre>:masons' Tavern, Great J KisiusNT-His Roypl Highness tlie Dukeof YORK, ill t're Chair. VI Ci;-PRESI DENTS. HisGrncrtheD.of Leeils �jilariiui.! of.Salisbury ' f',t; Hon Earlot Aylfsford I> t. Hon. Earl Sp'ncjr J ;e Hardin^e, Esq. :3ims,M.O. and LL.D. ohn Harmafi, E,sq. Sam. Bbsanquet, fcsq. Esq. Treasurer. It theTdirovvlnR Bankers hive umlerlaken to receive the bscriptions ; M.sss's. Hammcrslcys an"! Cq. Pall-I^l; sssrs. Heiirv nt|a�e and Co. Ileet-street;. Messrs. Kar-lysaiid Cp, Lombard str�t, Londoh;        lur. CliHirn, Sir Matthe^v BWxaiti', Knti .Steiihfn C.t2eiee,^'isqv "   WmfOaklejvEsq. . Udmunu Paul, Kfq. Iflhrt Thdrnti^n, Esuj.       , '\Vm. Woqd WaC�o�� Esq. of Mr Uobke,- Sicl-etary, Afrtiour^rs' Hall, Cctetian-strset; oi' Mess^r�.�rt�*ir^^fas*�f�!.'^�..d. Stiff, -ttte Societ^r's CoU )eit6rs:;;antlartKa,l'aeort]>j9^T>yert). M0NUAUi.KnW LORUHENNIKER. _Np., i*, N sireet,'ft:h�y 9, iSL^. BACON Having completed a Mt-moHal to jlT    uieliite'l.6rdHENmiCERiUj^nrtaSeatetbontinsive to be ^khM %d at tbe^a9>al Acaitemy, requebU thfe hoitou'r ot sucli Ladies, N(Jl>l�jwen, 9ud Gentlemen's artejiiioh to this javoiir him, by iftspeaiiig it anv'^bsy frotti n thy lirh-toSiittiJdiiy the i?th liisraijKboth �        . ...u .....ill Kn i.�,.u�,li,,^lv mxinveti to \Vo;k.as_ w il^!cufsiven�Kr'A*'hir-h i'r \viir"bc"immedi'ately removed to i formcd, t1iat the rollowlnR Bankers hive underlaken to receiye the Subsc ........- �� Messrs clay.. Caliibr'itus; As t'.ie Subscription ii n(jV;�o very lar^e, the Conimittee request only thai * thitd part of the respediVe sums be paiil.iit jires-siit. But asseV;r.il persons have alreidy lymitted, ami others may reinir the whole ofihcirSubscrip-t'u!y tioticeJ, uhltss the I'.triy, 01 an iigettt Jur him, a/ietidt ----;-r- NAVY-OFFICE, May 3, i3(i . npHE frincipnl Offin-n nt:^ Commhsiinvrs of His X Mii/eity's Nnj' do. bereiy give N'itier, tfj.it on ^ t^}K^' g M> Majetly's 1r:tiiis d/t'der^i>tlio>rr:i-if!lfj tii /iriie/n aBnirtil the idfliiexprenid. ' " U0)PP E R LuCK.�;and *IIN G,t>4-T>eptf:�r.l. JVRK'KS'and CLl^feERS^Clijitharp aiKl SjljtwttWS. 171)&RNSE Y S13U A l< E. ST<)^i-^q-fcls.  Lam perns Tonst:e?, Curraan Sswsages, Cod Srtonds, Suiok^l Sahnoiv, Dutch HerrihRv, and BeetV Be'st^eft, PkiKleftHVC^seuM Anchovies, Soy, Kijm,' (l)ives�,M�it(ji�es,';.C�pe:. it PrcserjfcdGiHKBi, 3'ortable. Soup, and itvery article in the Oil iuid Italiaa hus'ness.! ..� ,., ,.       , veRCtable tar; sup tTiinrral tar and pitch, rosin Oriters speedily executetl. turpentine, wsplval,laini &c.c- IXR;G�iEGqUY'sCYCLOlVlvniA.^^     � .TiHWcompleted in twelve tnonthlyp-irts, at gs. each.  '#>HK THIRD I'ART of this completi: �n.! va-JL  tuable b it Clio N A R Y of A li ! S and, S CI E I�C KS, was thisdiy published, price 9s, ami may b:; hnd of every Bpoksellerand Dealer in HWk� in t'le IJriiish DuminiOjis. Of whom may alvo be hat, llie Vir.^t ami rS.-cond Parts, and "the SMcceehn.; Parts till the work is completed, in It has alreacly 'v-cn rx;pi'aicied, t^^t this Piv^iorary wlllejii liibit a Kimininis virtv �i the presei-.t state of humui kiio*. IcJRe, cleared of all xtanciHisniitter, rather practicil than �.S'-ecul;�ive, aiitl cnlcu-ited t.i serve as a CoTipinion to i5r. Jo!ir(i>n's Uittit)iiH-y on all s.ibjtdli Of reterviae c mneiled with the Atf� a^^d Scifiicfi. Tlw-Pliitesarpjii)iwtrni)s,� id a ,e eKOfuted by Heath, I'or-�dist'tiguishrKlATtTsrs. cery-lime, London, or, in default thereof, tliey will rem;vturily excluded the benefit ot tlie^aid Decree. pe- .Denbigh, Esq', deceased, arefoithwith to come in and prove their Debts, and clsim their,Lepacies and Annuities, either' persof^ally or by tb�'.r Solicitors, bef re John, Campbell, Esq. one of the Masters ot tlie said Court, at his Chambers, in Sduthampton Buildings, t'liancery-larie. London, orv in default, thereof, thiy will be excluded the beijefit of the sdid Decree. 1   .  � �;^ . � ...... ^ "HE .CASE of a DISTRESSED FAMILY is litHnbiy submitted to Ihosewho have it In their power, and take a plea^re in alleviating the suff"erlni?� of their fellow cieature^ ; ,a family^of.rcspedlability, now consitfiltB of a wife with six, children, survivitig out of nine, wht> lived in reputation upw,irds of thirty years, Js, tiiroujjh unav idable misfortunes,,.which no Imman prutlence could foresee nor prevent, reduced to the*�mo4t distress ; and should they itot he �9 happy as to interest a few .well dis[>osed persons to contrilAite to their relief, �he husband, who is in a very infirm state of h*altb, will be obliged tp end-his days-in a prison. The smallest donations will be most thanktully re-csivcd, and every satistaflion given, at Mensrs. Kensington ib.d Co5s,.bankers, Lombard-stt";t. flV,E' IHOtSAND P(JUNDS. ~ " "I^HDBLEMEN and Gentlemen possessinglncomes XN antme from'Freehold Kstates, Church Living?, Mar-iiage S*tti!eK|hent�j er.aay pthcr Property, and th!�i� having J'erspt)al Seciiiity only to oiler, may be accOmniodUAd �vith *he whele,.i!S. � i i.) t-;d a'.t^r I r'niriai ''r-awinpi b^Mr .Al.xiri cr-I'A �'.r iJnineW, AVCVAG!^; to COC:ii KeHlI'vA, i:i &.t yt,:ti i -92 a'id 1793 : coiit;)i:ii"g 2 >;'.-.icr;tl Vie.:- of thK valuable ProitMCtions .iiid the ptLtxat Lnporrnnce l^f il*ti t.'oM-rishiiig- K.iiig.lo:n ; ami also of tuch l.ur.pcao Setiiifmenti aS'Were visited oil the voiuge: wii,h Skctj.ics rf the Manners, Chara&r, and Coiidition of th;ir -cveralln-iabit-irils. To which is annexed an Account of a .lOumey.usadc in the years? i8di. and i8oi, tj thi Residence ot the Chief of td.? Hpoihvana.NaiioUv'be'nK rti; rem.>test p^int in t'ne intet'or of Sojtt)tiCTir Afiica'to-^hich Etirbpeans  � irkfU. and ha*e DescripViohs tiken li'tlierro P'^ne-frosi a Mariu- NAVY-OTFICEi. May to,. i�c6 npHE Priiic}f,ol Officers- and (^gt^Hsiionet'i nf lih Jt': � MA/etty'( Njv),- do tfe-t^iriv.fyff nifi'vr,- l/jdto>t'ikaK<-XV, I'-e'iidi�a. at T'tm^'Clock In tlie: tuHl (if Lots jmli/ploSdie, lit tt  STORE.'?^, coiisibliniiof . ' , D.'caycd Caile laid Rope, Hawscr-laiddiiio, BiliCfipp, PaperStulKid Old Rope, and Shakings, Old Ca-jv.is, Broken .Auger I'itts, " Lnipty Tar liirrcU, ()il Pipes, &c &c. All tyin^ at Hh Mcijetty's Yard a' ff^hO'-ch, to'irrc ary persons uti/bing !', b^c'itne.purch.iicri tnjy I'uive the ii'.trty oj fitiv-ing the sUntr dioing tbf c: ere/y        Nf-!ice,T'xit on lie/netd.iy, the lyb of M.iy liext, finitrj/rf IVdn stay the -i-aih ix't.ih'. at frenioUily aivcr'thei) th-y ie mid,' � tOi rerei'uf. l\':de>-s- i'l 'jrJtinB ' 7staled itp), and t-iatjor the fdmviii^ q^ita-.tities rf I RON , VUWI'S, Ws;.' ' - VA'IT HOOPS BUT r HOOPS. -  , PLATE HOOPS "loo.T 2 o^- Tons, 100 ) 4"0 o<- /^'afty gvanltty of either denoHiinalion not leu t/jyin F'fy Tofis,-tobc.deli\'ird in Ten ff'eehtiy.turekiy pml-orlio^t, intii Jiii:Majesy'f l-'^iejlu iliiiti; Uto'-es at r).'f'f'i;t, : an-i ro n paid fir. ly Hiiis)pyu  , be in\ertei ifix-.'^rdt at fi'jtpb, rr- lb.it shUl not l.t del'vereiito tlje Hoard before One v'Ciork on tiif sai.t lKJ:!csd.:y, i/je fj^fi' of May nest, nor itm'e\.^'.-'t/ie ier.'o'i -ivho n.iice'iie Teiid,'r,o' si.mf i'irtoa oil hit bel-i'tif, aittn itti" aimoer ivhen cil.'e.ffoi.-. , ViCTUA I. LI NG-O n'Fl CE, M?}; s. ,18'^ "^I^E Comwsshtters'fort'iihiaUi''g I'ii Maje. go6. -----LONGLVHY. DR. JAMES'S ANALEPTlCi''ana 'ANTlblLIOUS JilEALTH ANP PILLS '^^|^K Celebrity of the Analeptic VWh, X. .iieral PrgsgrvStive of Health, is become tiniv 'I W(i Day is published, ele^aiitl" printed iii Ten Vohisnes; Odavo, illu,strat.-d tiy a Portrjit of the Author, price 4I. in boa'ds, a new Kditloni of T^HE WpRKS of f iBNRY FIEIDING, Esq. X   with aii KssayVn his lite and GeniH ; ^n, J . Nijjhols and Son, K. Bilwin, P,, and C. Riviiniioii," OtiicU'canM Son, W. j.and J. Wcha'dson, R. Fauh'.er, G. NicolandSpn, T, Payne, VV. l,owM(ie,, Wil-kie and Robinson, O^ilvy and Soil, Kcatcherd and I.eturinan, Lane and Newm;iit, I. VV.ilkcr, Vernort and Hbt>d,^ R. Lea, .1. Niinni Lackington, Allen, aiid Ooy Cwthell and Martin, Wynne and Son, C. Law, Longman, Hurst, kees, and Orme, Cadell and i>avies, 'I. licoker, S. Hagster, J. Mawman, R. H. Evans, J. Asperne, and Joseph (larding. Ih a few days will be published, hands'melyprintiid in J9uai'to,byM""- Buhner, the I'irst Volume of ADICTIONARY, PERSIAN, ARABIC, and ENGLISH ; -with a Dissertation oii the Languages, Literature, and Manners of the Eastern Nations. By JOHN RICHAROStJN, Esq. F, S. A,   " 01 fhe Middle Temple, and of Wadnam College, Oxford. A new Edition, revised and considerably eiilarged, ByCH.MiLeS WILKINS, LL.D F.K.a. The Se*BndVplume, which isalrcndv in great tbnvnrd.  ness, will be publishtd with all practicable dispatch. Printed for W.J.arid J. Hichardson, Cornhiltj J. Walker, Paternoster.row } Vcrnor� Hood, and Sh.irpe, Poultry j Cnthelland Martin, Holborn ; P. WynnB and Son, Pater-iioster-row ; Gadell and Davits, Strand ; Lackington, Allen, and Co. Finsbury-gquare; VV. Miller, Albemarle-strcet; S,. Bagster, Strand J Hlicks and Parry, Lcidenhail-strept ; J. H irding. Sr. James's:street; J. A>^|;eriie, Coriihill j and R. t-clio^lfy, Pa'ernoster-row, Thi^Day 1^ published, handsomely printed in two voi-i^ 8vo. iri !( ScrapiiiRS, Cbe'ssp, Siig^r, New. Board, Doublet, ainl Slab Ends, '.Vine Pipe, I'riiKly Piece, aiL-llviim Punch."idiii'insm\y h. seen, and prin.ed Ca'alr.gues vtny be hady a. the .Setreiiiiy's QSice. ........   die eafls......  . script Jourhat; with, a Chart of the Roiite. Bv" JOHW BaRKOVV, Esq. F.R S. Autli6r�f"'TMvels in Southern Atr;c�i" and " Travels in ' :ch�ri-i:".:^--^' ��',,�..�'���, Ptintf'rt for T Cadell and W. D.ivies. Strand. . Of whom may be hi  r.'>e Importance of the t;olony of tiie Ca,>e .'f Otjod H p?i as 3 Naval and'Milil<�ry Staiian.a.O Co.m^n'rcial h'ropnrii. ti and 'as aterrVwial ;i'psse.Mioit, Ac. &c. eleginfly.prim iji two Vols. 4t0.an'1'illuStr^fe�l with s:v2ral coloured Engravings and Clwrts; price 3I. 3s. in hoaids. A liew Kditun ot the Iravels in China will rhortly be pub ished,' ' 'J"liisday is publ!sliet;-s; lorihe i-.en .lit wf iiis School at Bolrt;e.' Printed Icr "I", t'adell and VV. D4vics,Straiul. . Of whom iiiay be had, New tditioiis cf the Cirst, ^ecol d, a d Th rd V )lu'n!S of the Serisoiis, and Hiiits tor Sermon'^, prici ^s. each in' boards.        ' Also, by t!;.e snme Auth'-'r, I. An Exposition "Mhe New Testament, Third Edition, 2 volst 8vo, 14s. in boards. 2 Ledurc;.oii the CdtliecTisTi "f the CJiu.-cit cf Enjlanrf, " Sixth Kditi-n, I2mr; 3s 9.I   bound.' 3 Moral Cmtr.ists; or. rhe 1'nver of Re'i;io.^, evem-pliried tinder different Charaf^lery, srco iti e ii*. 3s. 6(1. sewe:I. 4 .On. iv! Amisrmmrs 6t tic Clergy, a DiaJogae. second Edi'tioii, 3.>. 6rt  sewed. And all Mr. Gilpin'.^ cth�r Work^. TO CO t ^NTR Y G I- N f I. K M       A N' D O III!. '.li (J:^.'The foMcwing Kesturarive MHliciiie i- in s-.'cn Rcpiite as to he vued and recommended by inmv of tlie I'jictrtv For N'iRVOUS DISORL^.t RS and I ^ W A RD DcC.VY. npHE Rev.WJLIJAM BARCLAY's PATENT X AN TIBI LIOUS � 11.LS,   Theexclusive S.V.eotthVs valuable medicine being now vested solely in the Kcv. William Barclay, and those app.nnted by him. the turther saleof as a ge-  ...........- ... , --......        -rsal, from >t'�>-ir4!*ffi(^a(fy .in thosetComphlints, iiMhifb cojitinuHl y ms-  i jh t' C'iin;�ajji= F ramEsuch as Colds,' Uheumaiisms,He,id-H , li'il'gostjons, ar iseases ^otthe Stomach snd .f. .i �ng-tho pores by nj^ht, and Mu: (loUy by day,,without requirmg any panicdlar regimen or V; .nfine.i.ent.v Biit-thonghctherAnalepfip'Pillp.areal^ Very ytbe:^^^ mhil-�u^.?nb\(!iIjRn'^l7^ by'^eai^^pr, Pcr*oq� roqidte/rom 'Medical Assistance, would do well to-be alway&'proVjded ^''JvhhithAe-iPilfe; \i$hUH, wnk tsntncvpl iljie. geimii^ jDr.  i,T^.iOie;�5s^f ever, PRiVtlv^'J^S"'** * nfost valuaple store in a siwallcomp'aSsvtllfttA^ouML oftettalford'relict otiaJiyMwddro wj^pnstopn* !uM7jHcyS%���?)is!l .ctjij^ijtiy^e^ce;, or Void ettly by'T*- .Sfawboty a*u|,?pns.�No., 4s,f'St.,P|u-l'S ,A h�i,ah..yarU,.�\Ai�^Cpach-Wayy iour doors from "the" OQiher � ot ChtaifSlcte, I prtdAn {'hrftj -it Wr-. ^a(ftes?sfMat4> liousp,,m , ^'vi*'5rre^,?rM'?^ffi^^'^ the PilU is, in.conse(|uefice, e!:t.irely di?continucd at the Elal�oratpry, No. 35, Bedtprd^street, Covrnt-gardch, and i.i liow estaWished at the Rev. William Ba:clay's Warehouse, "Leicesier-sfjiiatc  where the publicmay beassufedit" having them in th-ir pure anil genuine state. Mr. Rjchatd Butler, Nil. 4, Chea|-eiof ihe Skin;, cimtinueto j>e prepar.-d by Ur, /^I.LUN /successor to Mr, J.-Pukling) vjth the m.'St sciupul'ius exadlness.   Their d:- (eebleness, Horrors of the Mind, Pjra'iyiic Coinp;;t;n:s, &c. rff^arallelid remedy. Caution. -1 he -Pills cannot be genuine, ufilcs t,iil by Dr. Allen, at his (late Pi l- �ti.- , Uoxfefc 1 'JIBC, a( .5^1 9-3UFwtto.esde and retiil by Or. Allen, at his (late Pii-line'S) geivuine Patent Me^lieinc W�'Pbon.ie, 76, O^toid-itirct. or)po.iite the Pantheoi>,'it> boxes- at 4s. 6d .cch, or six lloxe�i in'ohe at il. a�. �lsO family h>xc�, cuntaming siRotih.c-. cs. ; .sold Ij^cwiserliy F. N�wbeiy and Sons, 4?. " uiird ( nj<;ey �nd- Sutt6n.' D3v� Church- L'sss of Memory, Ditnness nf Si.^hr,' Pains of the Back and Loins,  Tremblings. .IJPNTKK'S RESTORATIVE BALSAMIC Pill Cbuntr}' Gentlemen ai^d others ar." iiifjrm'?d th n they ;-:;ny be sitpplieii with this valuable .Mcdicini by sendin.- t: cir-fXidL-rs by C.-a*lim.n or Newsmt;ii,  xes a'e ptovidetl fjr seiKlii.i! it uitti s:�fe;y :'o a... p.ir of thiskin.diin, frelind, Scit and, &-c. " HUNTERS's RESTORATIVE BALSA.M f�r ie:,toring and ijivigiratio? t conit;l�t'oiii ./ p r ons weakened and debilitated by gcdur-.c -t .iissipited pi,h-.ur.-s, or indeed by any other ta.^^ei. E>e y d.iy jiroJuces fresh counts of the singular sicte.-isof tli^s inv-jluable Restorative Medicine, and many g-"ntlem';-n h:ive ben candid en'u,>;*i �  declare, that it has siici;e d-'d in cases wli?ii every otiu'i .Medicine prnvedjneile.:tu.il. �,* (Jentlemen ol t.'?e h'St distmtlion in tlii� kingdom, as well .is 01 hers, whos-; consUtutiOiis were b;okeij ami ite-bihrattU, have expei ieiice.V.ihtf g-j K fr j.11 cxci-ssive drinkin.i:, disstpaie-l pleasures, the inimi-(ler?.;e use - t t?a, or from wli Aver ccasio'lsureat liebili'.v and rcljxa:ion o me s'lluli, a berterand .aJe.rmrdicnie c.!nn--t be taken. .Niim"�ers who had unaercone too po ^erful co'l.^es, nf n'.erci;rv, (mat bine of health), wfich redi!Ctt\l th^in ta a ss^tc o.- i;u�eiu.')le existence, received iheurnDst bfnetit from tins Uesr .rauve; for after loss ot str lth lor puns m i.'!.- tn..k a.id h)ti\s^ gleets and seminal wciknesses, pe(lu;is inert- is no: anv Me-diciiiem public or pnvaiepraMice whicvi has bo^-n so sue- , cess Hi I. Gentlemen from the L.istaiul West Indies, who e habits were relaxed by the iieat ot those c iinates, liave receivisl ureal bei'eht tiom this ni-dii.-iip, ai w.-ll as �'I'ic-rs tielengi ir.g to the .-\rniy and Nav), vyiinse cu:t�titiiti ui$ weie impaired bv hatil.sciv ce, the v.ifious ch.iner� ol cliniiile, &c. Perscn.-i fir advirccd 111 v?ars shuiid frcq.iently lakea tiw boxes of this Re>torj|ive, winch wjU am i/ingly strengthen them, b? the meai'S ot prev.-niing'arious disjrdcrs, and in snme measure gii iid ag:.liisf the rav;igespt nu;o. "J his R�sto-rative iiny be taken with great siletv, by bpih sexes, at any season of the yea , �Mtliout reMrjiiiit or c'jnhoement. l-.Mradt ot a I etter rtcsived tiom a (Jei.tleman : 'i' .-^S to the etfiiac.v Ot the Restorative in mv Nervous wmplainti 1 should feel myself m a m mner ung-are/.ul, al Aii.L nit aeknawlfdjt? tl-.e great b.-ivrtit I i<-e�.i\ed when various oihei inedicii esha.l berntrie.l to no purpose . and, ihe(et<eMWN�t. 'trtsy t�*        ihf \eiidtt , pr   

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