Courier, May 14, 1806


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Courier (Newspaper) - May 14, 1806, London, Middlesex MAYl^, 1806.' THIS PRESENT EVENING iheir Ivlajcttirs' SsrVanls ,\vili aii _ , KING IIUNRY THF. IvlOU^H. , , . Henry. King ot'Kngland, Mr. Pope; Ctrthml Wolsey, ^ With TOM THUMB TH E GKEaT. . MRS. I.irCHHELlJ'S N1CHI-, i And the Last Season of her appearance on thn Stage. THliATRK ROYAT,. COVENTGAKDKN. ON TUESDAY NEXT, May to, 1806, ]ANE .SHORE. Gloster, Mr. Kemhie; Hastings, Mr. C. Kemble ; Du-n-^nt, Mr. Cooke; Alicia, Mrs. Litclifield; Jane Shore, .Miss Smith. . � ' ' Mrs. LlTCMFIi;t.D-v.vtl!liave the honour of'faking leave ofher Frifii'.is aft(t ihe Public in a Farewell AdUess. Mr. Cooke will recite CiirtiLk's OiXc to Shakspeare. The Music hv Am?. SiiiginK by Messrs, liicledon, Munrten, lifiicry, Miss IXivies, ami Misii Tyrer.'. '   THE RIVAL SOU^IERS. (InoneAa.) .Sinclairj''Mr. Inoledonj Lfnox, Mr. Hill ; Nipperkin, Mr. Munden; Mary, Mrs. Atkins,. To conclmle with THK PRISONER AT LARGE..-Old Dawdle, Mr. Murden,- Miiiw (wirh- the celsbraied mpiik Italian siinR}, Mr. Fawcett. , rickets .-ind Prices to bt had of Mrs. I,ifclifi=UI, j6, Bed-ionl-itreet, Gov�it-Curdefl j �id at the Theatr?. - ^ '~Tt?KATirir.'irOYALV DlfuTv^^^^^ iVX CrirrdsanUthc Public, that liU�ftNEPrf-WGMT is fixed lor MON'DAY, tlje afitlrof May, on wljich Erci^ig-will be presented (never ailed herej a lavountc Musical Comedy, 1:1 ttiree A sh'is ami Viclualliiig Stores, "vix. Bread, lJuSt, iJran, Bakeljoiise Sweepings,'BA^sand RaRs, i^esf, Pork^ Sviet, Packing Scraps, Empty Tierces ami Irish barrels. Vinegar, Butt,1, Butter Grease^ Slush ami Scrapings, Clieese, Sugar; New Bo.ird, Doublet, itiid Slab Ends, Wme Pipe, Brandy Pieces and Rutn Putichei-n Heads, Stavesot various descriptiotis. Tight atifl Dry Hpad-inR, Iron Hoops broken ami bent, and worn Out Cooper*'. Tools, lying in His Majesty sf^lctualling PreiiSstt at Dtl>tfi'd. A Depcutof 2i;fe''Ceal.i! to/e made upon the amovnl oj eaci Lot at lOi time of Sale : and if the remaindry'of.lbe Mcnif t not faid,anJthePariiiuUistalu-t nviay, �uiitbitig tUfnlj/jveriing, tiuyt a/teiWardi, tbir Deposit ii>iUitforjeiiej, antf tlif CtoUt n: muinikepiopeilyoftbeCioivny . , ' - . The other Qotnhi*9ns fnav.bc AefHt'tHd printed Catekgites may. iebjd,Tt.tbeSitreia)y','Off!ie. ' . ^ a . ' V1 CTyALLifiliiOy tl^u;, ivjay TfJ, icuo. npHE t'emmisiij/fcfs fsf Ftfhtalling H'n Majesty's st(;ne l-psbwok,*-at the iJox Uifice, in Little Russell-street. "greap rooaks, kin(;'� theatre', hay- MA^rkket. / MR. SALOMON'S ANNUAL CONCERT, VVEI/nESDAY, tbeiivtof.May anjtant. Part I.-New. Overture, VVoelH ; Aria, Signor Righi; Concetto Clarinet, Mr. Kramer; Cavatiita, SiRnor.i Grig, li.tti-Mayer. Concerto Violin, Mr. Salomon-Salunioii. Uuetto, .Madanio I-.iai)chi and Sig. Naldi.. ; l^art II.-Grand Symphony, Haydn ; Scena, Madame Dusyek-Mozart; Duo Pianoforte ami Pedal Harp, Messrs. Woelfland Dizi-WoelH ; Song, Mr. Braham ; Qui-tcito,. Madame Dussek, Si>;nora. Griijlietti, Signor Riglii, SijjniV JKovedino, and Signor Morelli. Finale. ' '. ; Doors to be open at Seve."), and the Concert to begiiiat light o'clock: Tickets at los. , Oxford street. ' board and Lodging whnted. . ^ ALADY of resiieftable charafter arrJ conneiStions wislies to Board and Lodge with a gent�elfarnily.intlie . Country, on moderate terms she has no objeclioii to a T-arm Mouse, aail the distance froro London is not materia I; lond�n. SUPERLATIVE RETJVBAT'. *T^HERE is now an opening, on an agreement fir X not less than .six months, to join a little circle of the very first Class of high respedlability. The; Mansion is de-tachW and corresponding; the spot salubrious, elVvatfed, - .co.-ninanding.and beautiful in the extreme j and buttyventy-sevdnmilesfrorn'town. �  ,, Presuining that, a party and residence,, so much beyonitl tliecttnmon staii^ird.-accompaniei with those internal jjr-, langements whiph di^ringtiish t.^e domestic cjronomy of the family of real consideration, cannot be eisewhere attainable, on a plaii6r|nivate boardlBg, it fallows, that tliis publiM-tion at'taclies to people'of condition only, Who, iii titese Prudential tiroes^ are "desirous of cbhtratting their expeaditure, -without dimiiiisHihg tlieir Consequericei^md to whom a some-vvhat superior Stipend j tbr'J^mi(ch superior inittatecyw must ' be~ a circiitiistaH'ce greatly more cQvetable; than objetlion-able. A Ladybr Gentlemah'i fir six Bionths, 76 gujiieas; a Gentlcinani aiul hisWife, iij guindasi inciudine all .the ' accustomed doYftestic .'acquirements,-^ saVe-yvi'he", Xvashiiigy and diamber firing. RfeferettceAVillbeindispprisible. Servants (if brought) i i guinea^ perq�arter �.ich ; stabling and carriage Standing freCk iL.Stjvooo' � ' is LvlSiaoor 40,000 . ;4i),90(> : DAY, up, ------ HOPS, of til* growth of the year I'&a^, 'to^ be answral/le to imme-and � - . .. , ^ date. The Condilit,>is vj' the Contract m.iy !>e wen tit the Secretary's Oljice.  No reg.ird tOill ie bad to-any Trndei in zohtcb the price shn't not Le inserted in it.ords at len-^li, or tbat shall not he deli-vtreii 10 the Hoard before One o'Clock on the ia!,i Tuesday, ''the/ioth inU. nor unless the petson ivhe makes tie Tender., or^satrie persa/i on his behalf, attend', to ansxi-er i-'hcn called for. ~ NAVY-OPEICI-:, May ro, iSoO. P)!ttci/>al O^icevs and Llommismners of His n/ajesfy's Navy d') lerejy giv( notice, that on 'I hurs-t he lid in St. al Tivo o'Clock in the Afiei nam, they inill put up to Sale, at their Office, in .Somerset Place, the HULL of t lie P L Y M our It i'k N S P O RT, and also several Lots of OLD STORES,-consisting of id at tbt Yard. �  :. � ' ' ' - GONTRACIS Ft)R llARRACKSTOkES". ' Cpmniissary-Gehi-ral's Office, Grcit George-street, . Loiuioii, May 6, iS(,5. SUCH . .the mongery, , Wire, kartheuware, Coopersware, Mops, Broom?, Baskets, Wooden Ladies and Spoons ; may receiue partii^ulars of tbt, .Mindly articles, luith the terms andconditii.Hs of the CorittdciSyat this Office iei-a.'Ct/t the hours .ef*-Te>i and Pour o'Clcck,. and dell-iicr tbcir Tenders,, sealed uf>, and d/rttled to the Commissary General, m'^irking-tii'dtetrt;- Tender ^orUamrcitStippliaHi'' on cr before Tuesday, //'f ao/y> insl. but none will be.received after Tiuelve a'Ckckcn that day, ami if. sent by post, tUcpottage muit be paid. : � 2 .a .? 16 16,000 ' 1,000 , 20,000 5,000 ,,006 � � 10. � - . . . � . 50Q 5,000 With tygfull ProppTtionjot ?oql. jqV.j and sil. Prize�. ' ; state lottery. N'EXT SATURDAY* Mat> 17^wilt be the Se^' cond Day of nVawing. "'� " STATJE of THEWHEEL. ... - Prize of - �- L,i5,ooo".-i& *�.1,^*5jopo , ,.;. . ,eo,oo(),"- 46,000 - fc; 10,000 - ' 5i0,'  �- .-'  ijgoo .... . And afuH Prappttioitbftheati,. Ptues. ' aud SJiares, warfanted un.i;l(;avvir', are on SAlie at all �"iw^'hceB, : j.-'^''V .,1 .^: ihe Public ai'e requested t�obscrve,.thattbo nuinl>er of V't^Ketsidrasvn ewh Day VifiU |�� nearly etjuaU , i z . " a a  s-10; >9 5� Irjm the LONDON GAZETTE, Mhji3. Admiralty Office, May 13. . Copy ofa letter from Wm. Vpimg, Esq. Admiral and Commander in Chief, &c af Plymo ith, to W. Marsden, Esq, dated Salvador del Mutido.l-lamoaze, May 16. Sir--I-herewith, transmit, for the information of the Lords Commissiooers of the Admiralty, a copy of a letter from Cnpt. Broke, of his Majesty's ship the JDruid, to Admiral Lord Gardner, actjuainiing his Lordship of the capture of the French brig cor* vette Le Pandour.--Lhave the honour, &c. '  W. YotjNO. Droid, Plymouth Sound, May 9. My Lord-I h4(ve the honour to inform you that on the .ist instant,.! fell in with a .French brig j:or. vet��, wbich, After a run of one hundred and sixty miles, we chaced into the squadron of Rear Admiral Stirling, where she was brought tp at eleven o'clock P. M. She proved to be Le Pandour.of 18 guns, 6-pounders, (two of which were throvvn overboard during the chace) apd 114 men, commanded by M. Malingre, Capitaine de Vaisseaii, froin Senegal, bouiid to France. Rear Admiral Stirling has order, cd me to takeposscssion of her. I have brought her into this anchoirage, and have thelionotir to be, &c. P. B. V. Broke. � Croiutt-OJTce, Rfayt^. VEMBBk RETURNED TO" SiER>E in' THIS PRESENT '[:../.. PARLIAMENT.  '^*own of Kinsale-Heriry Martin, Esq. Barrister 'at Law, of the City of L6tidon, in the room of Sa. mu'el.Gaaipbell Rowley, Esq. B.\NICRUPTCY^UPERSEDtD. Joseph Williamson, fate of Mancester, corn-merchant.  :. , BANKRUPTS. , ' J^'shiia Morgan, late of Noyaddfaeh, Carmarthenshire, tiniber-ijinercj^aiit, to surrender Miiy 17, 28^ at ten, artd ' Jtine 34,'at eleven, .'It the Castle �nn, in LlanJovsty, Camartnen-shire. Attornies, Mr; Barber,. Gray's-Iiin, London; or Mr. Bishop, Llaridove.-y. , .John .f/liles, of Llanyddelj Monmouthshire, shopkeepe'i May j^, and June 24;. at elevti,, at tho Rummel' i avern, lit All Saints-lane, Bristol. Atiornies, Mr, Stepfiens j 6* . Messrs, l>lfi�dto.rd and. Sweet, of the, 1 nnerTeinpIe> London. Williim Aiidefr'son, of ehorlfonrrow,Manche!ftei'� builder, n,at the.Stai: Inn, in:Man- , 'iyiPMRL^L PARLIAMENT. HOUSEOF.LORDS TuBSDAY, May 13. Tlieir Lordships, returned from the Trial to their House about half past three o'clnck. ^ Strang-^fs yvere excluded almost the whole timi they re-mainwlaitting, upon points of privilege. We learnt, however, that upon the nioti-n of the Duke of CLARENCE, the third reading of the Slave Rcitriai.m Bill was .dtfsrfcf'i till Friday; and that the Anierican Intef-coiirsc bill a thi'rd time; , Lord GREWYrt,l-B pristponid till, to-riip.rrow, thi con? sider.Ttion of hfs M.-ijesty's Message, respeiiiiig'the faiwily of Lord'Nelson--Adjourned. . ; HOUSE Dp COV.MON'S. . ,.v Mr. FELLOWS brought lip the Reportof theCpinmitltce on the Retitrits relMivc 10 . . , Thomiis Sitsrrat, of Hirmlt^*ihani, carrier, .June 6, 7, ami 14; at elevi-n,at 'the Shakespear^ Tavern, in Bjriningham. vAltotmeSlr^^r Nicho]l�-, Tavlslrobk-plt'tce, Lontfouj' or MK Oirtl, liiripingbjiin, - � i;o{vil!�Kb> To-morrow.^ ' - Mr. HURST presjpted PeKtfons from tlie Barristers and AttornieSofthe BorouglrMarsh.ili!ea Court, against-the South-wark Small Ocbt Recovery Bill ntivVpemling. Oil fhft ination of Loitl MOUPETH^ .tevcial AccoVmts re-lalingto the Amount ot the Debt of the East India Company, at their several Presidencies, and the Interest payable thereon, were ortlrred to be laid before the House. Sir P. S'TEPll ENS presented an accouj.t of the quantity of iron and iron wares.used,in th? navy for the list five years. Mr. .MATTHEWS brouKht ina Billfpramending'ths Ge-ncr.i) Turnpike Act, by preventing narrow wheeled waggons from be'ng drawn by in are than f;>ur horses.- Read a first tiine, ordered to be read a second time to-morrow. Mr. RC/BSON gave notice, that it was hi.^ intention on Friday nest, to iriove forborne papers relative totitc Barrack Otpart'ment. . . > * The Irish Debenture Interest Bill Was read a second time and commiited ibr to-morrow, ('The Irish Loan Bill vv�iit through a Comsnittee, the re-pbi-t to be received to-morrow. Also the Irish Tre.isury Bills Bill. - . Tiiefurthetcf^nsideration of the report of tlie Irish Biitter Bill was put oil till Friday. Mr. PARN ii LL gave'notice, that he would lo-mbrrow move for an account of the amount of Bank of England and Bank of Ireland Notes in circulation. The Mutiny Bill was read a secrnd time, and ordered to be committed to-morrow. �  ' Mti CORRY presented a Petition ffam several citiisensof Limerick, agatnist the Bill pending for the better paving and lightingof that eity.  REPEAL OF THE ADDITIONAL FrtRCE ACT; Mr. WlNDHAM rnqved the Order of the Day for the third rcadiiig of the billibr repealing the Additional Force Ail. Sir JAMES PULTENEY defended the Course of prbc>-dot/. nqnce of the French Monarchy in 178 8, contained an express exception to discharging the men in time of war, though their sarvice of eight ycar.s may have �xpired J- they had dnly an adJiiional (lilowance per-month till the eiid of the war, when they wer&dis-charged. He thought the second battalions lindcr the Army of Reserve A^f� and the A.ddit ional Force Act; the best system lor keeping up the army of this country ; and hecoiild not consent to the rqieal of the Additional F^rceAin, until a bettef system was offered, than that proposed by the Right Honourable Gentleman. He iuid no pbjciilion to see the^experii Went tried: but it stwuld be without risking the dimintitioii of the existing army. It; was contend, edf that iinless the prudlice ^as general^ it would give rise to inconvenient and- invidious distitifliotis. But iic maintained, that there would be a vast eX-'pence atid inconvenience in re-engaging the mchi if it was generali; � General LOFTUS'had voted for the Additional Foree.A^^. in tbe hope that it would have been efV feflliial. If tho parishes had taised the men,- he wag sure the Act would have beCji highly bencfi.^ial,' for local knowledge and personal conneilipnj .would have prevented desertion. But the Parish Officers, instead of raisitig the men themselves> raised them, by thfc inteifvention of recruiting sctjefants atjd critpp"s, and thus the benefit.was lost. A certain .ckhtri^ which i had. to fuirnish sixlc^;n^^>en,^,had obtained them (ccnn London,- by' th& aid' of i� rectuiting icrjeant's tltey were- taVen.dowrt"and passed, and ahe neKt,n\c)rniog'fs>urtcen ofl'hetixtecn deserted BL A'^UIERE was i>.gain�t the discharge of the men during the OvAt. He opposed the repeal of thf Ad, and said that it was a had method of reasoning to argue fronfi a few detached fad's in the p.ipcrs on the table. - . . Mr, YORKE rose once ir.o-re to oppo|fc,the repeal of ,thisi Bill, and to express some degree of .t--tonishment at. that wrt of dignified and rietertr.irvifl silence with which the Right HtJTi. Gsntlem.'tn had treated every endcavnario..elicit from ivim soitie further, and more .detailed expTanjition, of the mea-sure which he proposed to substitute in of this Bill, v/hich he now csUed upon tho flouse to. repeal; without condescending to' shew them, by ainy explanation or argument, that in such terrible times as the present could "justify' them in abandoning a Bill, which, though not prododivc as it v/as cj:pci5ted: to be by tlx Itigh'c Honourable'Gentleman who introduced ir, was yet. pradiidive to a degree far beyond what he (Mr. Yorke) would have suppossxl. It was surely but reasonable, before the iniicpendent M(anber5;cf that House co'tild be expeded by any set of Ministers to � abandon :.a Billy by the operation ^of which to.cqo recirii'its a year wiere superadded 'to the production of the 'Ohliiiary. fecruiting service, which iyas �I2,006 'nien per a'hnutin, that som.e candid exjla-. ' nation should be given pf the plan to be substi.. tuted in-its place,' and the merits of that plan fairly subn' some discussion, in ordet that the House might be enabled to form an esti.^.ate of the value drf thirt which they were to offer in lieu of that which they abandoned-, and of which titey already knew the value froiii experience:. Bat the Right Hort. Gehtlen'ian, notwithstanding aH the questions put to him, all the solicitation by which he was repeatedly urged to come to some discussi.o.t on his plan> preserved tiie most ine?:ornb!e t.ici-turnity, and would 'hot deign to - enter into any fiirther explanation of a raeasijre, vvhicli. went to HivotX'e the very exist�nce of thecouiVrry> thedisciiv-sion of which shcHild of absolute heceslitY precede any repeal of'tli� present measure. Mr, Yjike then {proceeded', at consWerabl.' length, tb rtrenpirulate many of his "former objeaionsagainstrMr. Windham's plan, which, so far fro'.n beji^g isigrctsive or iri^, heconsidercd as iruim.'.tely connected \vlth, and pcrfedly relevant ta,- the s'.ibjed now before the House. It vjiS obvious alrLMily.fro.Ti returns bt--tbre the House, that the annual d'^crease of the army by casualties was 1:5,000 men, and that the supply by recruits, under the ordinary system, was 12,000 men, and by-the Bill now in i]ii-jstion 10,000 ; which itia-.-ie a surplus of 70GO mjii per annnni to the force of the country. Would not the 1 Ion. this^^country had been iti the habit'-pffmiking war upon ea,sy terms, arid rarely lost a great number of nien in -the field sinee. the affair of Fontenoywrhe'n she lost about 2900 men r but sup. posing fhat the seat.of Avar with th^'enen^y^shpuidl^ in Eiiglflfd or Irefandj it w^s felet^tj that if evet the enemy l/ere able tt�^effeds"5h|;njftvasi| w-ith an immcEse forc^ .and we .ilqusi: b? prgpar^d to . reclcoh opran a probable bss'of ey�n 3^ -the>first;fcwvbattfes. How then; was tjiesys^ the'Riglw^Hon, Gent, tci,: pro vide. for such'^a' con. tingeiiej'j an^ supply s^c^l) a loss, when, th? salvation of the empire might depend, upon ^C5;iticai rabmeht i It wai iraposMblft. 10 excuse tliel pertinacity o^ the; Right Hon. .Gei>tieinan and those who sujjpbjjj^' him, in continuing to -advise his Majesty t^Ktsi! adoption of a.-system >which they knew in "'^ hearts was^precjirioijSjUiicertain, .ind theretbn .-gerous> and to ahartdbii one which had beeiH; adequate toevety..^094purposeV He coyldonJ^j j cotjnt fttr ic by- 8\>pp0s^ng them' itj^itiiatcd ^3 ;