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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 16, 1806, London, Middlesex                                7/? ' 4^80'' FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1806. r*ics Ci THIS PRESENT EVENING Vill be jjcifdrnicd a Ceoiaiv-, called    ,  'v     ,,      t i (. J L    ! .     THIi S(UDIER'S,I)AUaHT2R, ,   Fratik Heaftall.Slr. Saiiniitcr ; tfie WiUow Clieerly, Mrs; >   WithTHg FORTY^THIl-VfcS.    > "pHlAPRESmr. EVENING their; MajejlJesV �X r-^--^ Tijy^�: KllUMU-iIHE -.OKIE AT. ' J - ' . ,   To-morrvwy tlife -Mali of thp World ; i om Tkumb. \/l l^^bTX^ulEY2i resj]&;ttjully inform "the iVA ISotfi'jty, (re'iury, tlieir FrienJ*; ami the i'ubiic )ri BAY,- MSJ-24, 18 6, at the THEArrRRlKOYSALi CU. \\�heh -A HI b6 performed a ^AXi llfcO'itl!: C ECt H)Iif from AV E-^IEUN DlSPFKSARY'-i-Charles.street,We For KEl.lIiFofthe I'()in< and for INt)CUL/ ON SUNDAY MORNING nexti;he li stant, the ANNIVliRSAKY SERMON tor the' us'* , and Rogers, ot St. Paul's Cathedral.- , The ()ri;an by tlietlon. John hpenccr.-Divnie Service wtU ' bcftni a# hli-ven o'clock urecisL'ly. and thii ANNI Vli KSA. riends ot this LlurUv will be held at the I'natched' �House tavern, St. Jaiues's-strett, on Monday ttexti the iylh Mnstajit.ai 4 o'clock. STEWARDS, Ti�e>Hon. John Spencer:       Ja uej Fisller, Esq, John Sale, E.q. Mr  l}Cl�, >tir. Samuel tisher, Mr. Charouneau, LiJMr, l-l!icke, Mr Thonw. ^tiNpiColtedibnafter Dinn�.~''rickets ns, ^il.' each,mav i�t1nltt*rthe Stewardsv a< the 1 nveni, the Dispensary, aiui ijf Wm. T.iiuleman, Secretary, Upi�rnihe-OraiidPiano Forte;*   .1 Pr>ueiiul Vocal Perrqrniers.-SiewiaSrORACK, M.id. DUSSEK,- Mrs. Pt.AND, 'MissTYREK, af.t Mrs: l?lCltU>iS ; Mr. liUAHAM, Mr. V.^UGHAN, andMr. DOYLE.-Leadsr ot the Eand, Mr. A^^M LEV.; aiitl pr- TheYeniitiOder ot the Band and the Choruss^^, w))ich ehad ot Messrs AshUys} aiidot Mr. Ivrand.-ir j at the Boj� tWiice ; wlieie Places for the Uuites- mjy be-taken. OW OPEN.-Al the PANORAMA, in the ^TRAkD, a VI |?W *f ilie Hands(Jfne CITY of ]�� H) RENCE aiitj ^fs.b.^�utiforliEN VlRONS,5;nrr.dly coii-si.lcred oittfof rthe'-lineatAcsjK'S iH uiu:'>^ Palsceand H-b()leGsirrfn8.-;ft(ii!r i^M Pal-ieij tlii^'athrdral, tailt of taiK s inaJbles.j the.'.lo:nbi�t th�;;){teatlv]eilis{ t'atiHi^vVMtb �iifi;iity ot iiiterMtmft objitls tW numeruuii 10 mention, line expanse ol tjic Vale ot *ino tnrholtes* t!ve I.a.'d-. sjajj'i, bMHided Oil all,,s'de* by Mountains, anul part of ihie / AppMi!n;9.-  Tlte Ifay ot Naples c -nTinu's open ; to iKtMCH , has b^i:n added, a repicicntation ot the late a.v^^^'.^r^^lloil (.1 Vesuvius, and niaiiV ^lf;url.'^, &c. ..... �     . OpentfOKt ieii titl Dui-k.  Adutittance ta ^xitVjiiHth}g j one Shilling. j A GREAT CURIOSITY.-A new inyftiie^ Patent li AST 1 N bl A TAlil. li, abiolkttely '�h*ive.i-ten diUsrcnc purposes, and is by no means cairplexyi}, but is a periecl model ot nhnplitity and utility ; p^^ksiii a hj�x but 10 inches d .' A'�ight of this article will convn.ce every lecli Ml attlie Inven'or's ftianiitaitory an'i Warehouse,'No. :.6 aiul.i?, Catherin.'.streel, Strand, MOK. G.AN, and.SANDERJ.        .. -        . N. B. The'.Patcnt Sofa Tletl and Chair Peds, th? Patferit fodr-post and tent Bcdste:i.ls, with.Mu^quito Net Furni|urcs md eetid'jip;, ih? Imperial- Patent Dini! g '1 ablcsi and port-a lie Chairs, and in piiiMcuUr Nelson's Patent: fratalgat Side' IV;iard and Dinini;'1 ables, with every otheic aeticle m ti-.e Vpliolstery aiidXabiiict Br.incli, many ot which are upon urw.and unproved principles, ami areeMUWed 1% the nf>t stvte oiyinottern t:L-gitn(.e and tashion-rvMorgai) and SaixUrs, No iB and;i7, Caihdruie-streeti Stiand. ,  ^ " LONDON LIFE. ^ No 48, St. l^au ASSOClATmNi Is Church-yard. TRUSTLIS. - t tOH>{ ANSLEYv.Esq. AldermanaijdSli.'jrift,  ipHi^J i^hl t; uran U*l�>s^TcatwreS::-n^ .    .-   * lirStriliafusAlember* sftall j,omistoiily opuch persons as shall ^Ut# tK*ai|lv�&%ftlie '^h6kc?pnt rtuante ihvr�-- � -       !�>iel� other-to .tile ^      ^ ...J MemfeersshalJ, with" theacttii��!�ttrt4ute(feft thereort.'consnrtJtejihi .Capita 1 '.^Wmi^^^^'^*^�f-'^^       8�i?U*?. .*iWcii-  amonRstafhe M4�nt>i�s:id��niig theim^^      lives-.       _ \.Vw5Soc5*!irW<�n�Ji�*^'� ,V'�.IJlfl,5�J^�i as a. n-tmlar Life AssUrSice-Otfi �nclies, 0(VtJtP uii.ial '^.-rins. * +Ortl*3't>itKift^�f^^n* the rrftes ma5� be obtained by a i--vlieatim* St*hi^5t,JfKfe �f"yur: Socie: y, or atHhe () Ihce ot the ^^ i- .iy:|^;'*ilf��f^TJi �i 1;H: ATS �i 0 U M of ^Nl PEARL IMS. 3tul' PE-ARL 'rag' a: OENTl>lnCfi, iVented by tjie late,JacobHeme^ J-�.iuiiH?to:S|to?'W|reV&^d^he Prince of"Vaij! are KreTuy J-u^PftioJvWjIwtijeiBgsnce itjA tsHlLacy'ioii^^nwtl^hif hTthertd 'l�ofaer^�JlC, tor the ijreat eiicouragcnient exporienced.'timl rcspcct-iuily inlonus them that hshasmule considerable additions Ids former e\ten.Mve and curious assortment ot Jflly, �JUiBchniange, and C urd Moulds, boards tor Gum, and Al- Siid Past, laid. Butter, &(;.   Pasiu Bread and Ven iUES, ti6, lill-.VV i>ON D-.STR E KT. TT.UGHS offers to the Nobility and Gentry^ a XjL fabhipBablij assprrment. of Pcn-ques, manirtatt red on such a princinleas mt to obstruct perspiration, &w-.' suJflcicntiy.covoied with hair, so that they may be combed in any direction without the liability otrtheir being discovered from a natural head ot hair, djcssed in the h'St style, and with a^tarther advantage, ot nevi^r shniiki.ig, a fault all Ot^iers have. Only to be had at lluld, ftr_ I6ng Leaseholi^ Estates, where the p;irfes have an atosblufc'wtte.-cbt, ai'.a on whieJi (I'y reasiMi ot the prtssure.of !,ths^(mes)j,Mon'3y cannot be.obtained upon Morigage. And 'eight years purthas^.^VtH likewise be given.ti.r Annuiiies fir young Live, svcirred on tlie like properly, or.on Money in .f.theFuids, where the parties have onlv a life, mierest.   In either case, ilie gHiiti-rs wiU have the poiver otreleeming the !�iric.-Apply.person-illV, or by.ltstter, to Mr. King, atuhis �Ir.u e, b; Joiin-sireet, Adelphi. .  \     ' to WliST INDIA PLANTERS.   '^ _ 'AS several Proprietors of West Iii.ita Plarita^iotK,! l\ now in Engl.�nl,nmy be desirous of forming 9;oimi 'ut'rPorts; o' ot transferring their Consignments tiom onclMerc.^titile: House or Port to atlother, or .otherwise of pri.curipg p^cu-i : tnaryaccuinmAdatinh'on the secu ity ot fheir Plantations,' I iving in aiidiXion theri'to th2 Collarecal Secyrity of' Mercaft-tile Housjs-, v ith ,w,tii^h they are aireiriy engsfned-T-Any : Person thus circumstanc;ed,'having eligible proposals toottbr; i .^pay'aceoioithsjr.'ail^aiVvait'ig^ousa'rangeinent m eitl^erof the' Ways stat^J ,nT-.App,lijwtiOH, tiytLciterw w the -first instanee, tfom pilacirtalS, to Mr. D,-j at Noy 8,.^ArniideJ;street, Si�-art{l,:TvhUbe�iiii.i.^lua3iy to * irtrsoiiai. i ttlty;A,dvMt"if';tl'. intcrviewf, witi^i ,]^^if3N"ERiAL~BROVVN PAIN 1iii4;;',ui;Kii)ie to �iV4b ^i^ctvaiKlJinpt/rViousto i1ioiittilri.SiiiH bl'st,and chrapcst !.V,k'.%'>'^^^ '''�V^' t)r Work,&<.', j,^--  Wbrk.'Mi'', lil^wlsipaAitcrs oiU an�l colours} supeifine ijiinerfll lanipbuikot ths hHt'ijimlfty,' Orders speedily vxccutt^d. No. 41, PALL-MAI.L. VlCTUAl.LlNG.OftlCK, M;jy 11. iZ f,, THE Ccmrfiisv-jfien /or ViditalliH^ His M.ij ' '� N.ivy ilo ljeri>jj! atve Nj^cc, 7i.i3l on i i;esd/. y, Ibf xvh !rt:i. thy �::/./ 'f rt i,h ir) irce'-vt rr-'r!"i 'n: �umin^ f^falt.i �ittl ,t�'i iirai fn TWO HUNOR hD IJAfJS of K^NT! sH HOP'', of iht growth of the \t::( ji'js, /; ir anvwcridlc la ir,^i;t'flet mhc irn.tiired Luilb Trriint, ,1; be Jfh:>crt more than '1 wenty Vca^*^*' crtntaiiijilt a-tiswlof ,, many Lircums'aiic,;s.if�}4ll}wra!iy ^ihif Pdn$�JwAl^��M$�ertH'^ .Wlales twd Mr*.'^ Fitznerbert-Mr, Jotfieys nr/esumftithat in fhffOplnlon ot .�,�wwl yarded to him by Oie VervUtt of aijtuyin i79<5, lor ]evvels and plate provided for th? Princ-e of Wales, Also, a Latter trom Lord Lrskinc to iVlf; ^etlerys upon tke occasnn, declaringm the most decided terms, his opifion of the (air and honourable cl;nin of Mr. Jclliirys, and his c&trcme"discu.st at the mraiis used to set it a' nal'ai)plicarionsiire djily received by Messrs;- Lucas ai.d Co. at No. 2, James-street,\ Adelphi, Strand ; and letters (p.ost-ptid) answireit without delay. .. VVA R R ANT liD'^VN DRAWN. SWlFTand Co. No. II, POULTRY, are selling the Tickeis and Shares ot the present Lottery, warrante.t undrawn. Naxt Satiird.iy will be the .�=-cojid Day ot Draw-rt^.   The foiloviri-.g isthw* State ot the Wheel i 2 �i 2 �Z ? 10 .   Prizfof L.ajiOoo aojopo 10,000;. 5,'ioq: 1,090 500 -   L 2;, /�   I uuks-XiK^. t'e liitinit:iifT:iiv i'Clack in the /lfieino-,ii, I'-ey inill tilti/l> laSaleLMikffti'i/Sl&n^^'' '^'1'!'''"' FOie,. tiir HULL of ^''epS^m^^W^VORT, andaL6 several L015 STORITS, cOiVsisiiniof Decayed Cable-laid Ro()i, "     , Hawser-l  itj     -     .     .1 n >     -      T-      j.9.0   . 51 .   -    .-     -, . - yo     -     -     � a:^{0 And a full Proportion oltheail. PrIZ^'. 1 ickffs and Shares, warranted unilrasvii, are on S;iL'at i;Il the Olhc-es. . 1 he Public arcrequ-sted to observp, that the inunbtr ol lickets drawn each I3aj will.be nearly cqii.d. - T HE Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY'S i"A I EN 1 valuable nie.licine b.ing now vested .solely in the Kev. \Vi|. liam Barclay, and those-apponiieti by hmi, the turihi-'r salcol Iht Pilli rs, in coni.';(|iicnce, entirely disc! n'lniud at the Elaboraiory, No. 3;, Hedforcl->treet, Cov.Tiir-)!ar(l.''n, and 11 n.)* esiablishi'I at the Rev. V.iHiain liaielav's Warehouse, l.cicos'ef-sqnate ; where the public may he a.-;siircd ti having them 111 their pure and genuine state. Mr. Kiclmrd Butler, No. 4, Cheai-'idc 'jeing acpoiiited '.jle V^'h'-lesa^e A.ctnr, air wliolesale orthrs, bo'li in town and ouuiitry, are re. quested to'beadil'icssed to iiiin, who will make 'hc'Tradsihe usual allowaiice. None .iri genuine but those having a Black Stamp, with the name, " 1 lie Rev. W. Barclay," engraved thereon. T.      PI-IIlM'S, Agent to the Proiuieiors; AROMAJ,TC SPIRIT o.r VINiU.AK-, (the Original Invention ot Mr. Henryi and brought by his succes.sive-imjjrovements to the Injh'-'st perf,-<'tioi),) is prepared and iinld by THOMAS ana WILLIAM Hi:KRY, Ch-mists, Manchester. I his agreeable pertumed Liquor, which is compoijcd of highly concentrated Vinegar, joined with the most pl.asant Aroniaiics and ilTicacijus Annseptics, m.ty be kept nn m-pairedin any Climate, and (or any perio'.4 ot time, lis pungent Oiloiir renders it t-x-remely gra'cful and salutary in' Wead .'\clis, faintings, aiidm all IMicesot I'libhc Rf�oit, (as'Pheatrcs, Ciiuris ct Jusnc", &c ) as it counteracts i;ie bid ellctlsot heated and lOiTf Air,, and is the best .Antiiloje against the intedlit5lfi ot all Contagions Diseases. As there are vari-us spuriHUs imitatio  .e snn;e a.:dsimilar names, s.nie ot vvhuh are injurio'ialy n-pr sen;-ed as improvements, the publ.r: are requested to olis rve, t>-.at the names otlHO MAS and WIl.LlA.Vl HEN. nc hnii)-.ti.^tis. Leprosy, Scroj'hulii, Or-any other Disi>:>iL'rs ariMii^ from Vii-atet Bloodj or iliose who n.tv.- imp.ine.i thcjr con- -d to the animal juites, and requires no alicnii'-n nr restr.nni in dfef; it dissolves in- the sto nach, hlendifc with the mo', ami Igr^dually pervades the circulatm,; tiiiids, corieeling m it>pa.N-sa.!eany uevia^ion fiom i( state or couvahfscence; inshni, a MS the long sought lor Vi'g.>t.l)l� Spetn'c, or site, but iietive, isubstituie tor ih:a>i!iShioiu'dp irn.i:r.fl, Mcicur^, which may he and to CIJI9 viiiy by killinj-_j its ettuacy extltr^ tl�eatten-t, n ami suri>ri|P ot'mciical .nen, lor when ii,ll ot^er medif ones havetatliHl, De Vehip's IMls m.iy he r�;l:i.-tt ..p us a spe-xihclor%llt1is  ,ed siat.fot the blood.   . M�iflej;�i( be genuine, whcr'-snevcr orby \vliom*o:vcr soM^ 'jMlfSi. tile Bill of D.rjthuiis is">igt-.cd iit -"Red li-k, -t^v t'fte Prtipiietor,-        , ^     C - S A A P t I;a.\w �.Pr.�paic.-,d hy Mr. C. Staph."', now sole ProRr?to�. Jw^jti* burc'v�,�tl the H-LiiW- o^Mr. J PiddiniJ; ..id -o d \�1,t,l^ Ml�W�i*t�� nyhifrr,ff tbe p\ i:uipil oj the abovenifnlloiiad Exrbequsr Bills, witb tbe l/iUieti toe h-iiti;r ;vri.)d, an txcellent l-aiiiilv l!o-.:sc, con.>oii4.. 01 an ctiifai-c" naij, gt^cri dining, cirawmg, am t.re.iK loofi-js j nve D^rt. bed t'4)iiis, two aiiicb, i-.iid loui b^rv.iiiia roo;!i:., .ki;c!n--.i, hre.v-house, ur.d.:r-giound teliai, c.reiv i't it-' r .iiiuirL* anil coi-.vonii'nt oifjti.-- ; iiiso, a d^iuoU' co.jcn ;;onse, ^ jaimg lor 12 (larses, laig?gaid-.-i). -.n.! ,in. qii.ii.tirv ut piittne I..11.1, n-.! cxei-e^lifig rorty :iLr.-i,-11.e ptoi.se is.-iiU.iie 1,1 .li--ceiitrc of tl'.e t-leof Uiglir, alioul tli:eenn.-s lroi;i New pun -^i-or other painciilars eiiipurc fit hyL.ciie; r.-atpaid; ol Messrs. Clirkts .nnil ."^'well, N'.-wi;ort. TO C01'NTR.Y C;i-N IT. I-.MliN AN"D OfHi-RS. fr^,' I he loUow-iivi: !Ji;.io:aiive Meilitinc u. m suc;n Rcpnti as to beiise.l anii'iv^-.,ni:\.i;nc'.e(i by niii.y of tie Kac.i tv ' For NHRVOiJS UI .SO K . i L HS n.id I N W A RD DECAY. Feebleness, Horrois of the Mii d, Para'ytic Compiainis, &c. H' Lf5ss of iMeniory, Dimness of Sight. Pains of the Back and Loins, J rumblings. . HU\'-i-E K'S RESrO!-4AI IVE BALSA.MIC PII IS Country Gentlemen a -d i.-th^ra are intonn.d tilil they i-iiay be vui>plicd with tins valuubie Medicin-; oy se:id.n.; t'-'-ir l'rd,-rs by C ai-liin-n or is,-w-.nVMi, or bv e; clisingCjs'i s !:.! a small Parcel (4 i-v-cted to Mr. Jo 0 Aa.te,. ,\o. i;; Old R'-ikI stiect, l.ondo'i, tor w-hic:i pnriiuse i Oiilplcte ^JtkI|-,g b xe.s aie provnied t jr .s-.;n:lii'i; it wit'i s.i!i.-!y 10 any p:ir- or" tlvis kin-:d'm, Irdind, .'icotlan.l, l\:c. UNTERS's RE.STORAnVE BALS.^M for icstD'ing and ii-iV!goratii:g t e constiuitions i>t p---r>on5 wcdlnned and itebilitaied iJy a cciirie ot dissipated plca.-urcs, or nule-.'d bv any ot'i.:r cau.-.C3. Evcy il:n nroiiucirs tresh at^ counls.ot the Miignliir success ot tiKS iiiValuable isesiorativc .Meilicir.-*. and, inanv g nrlenii'ii have beu cjiuhd enuug't 10 d'claie, tiat it has sncv.e. dou i.i cn�c-J w licn every othciM,:-dii-ine pri.ve^l iiK-ite-tu.il. *^* Cieniliiir;'! of t.ie hrst distindion m this kingdom, as well as oilu-rs, whns-' l-oiisinulirinswcre broken ana ilew hihtatL-d, I'.ave e,\pc, leiice.l ilie go.d ctieds of ihis Resforatve Medici,;C lor fvt-rvous Disorders iiroce.tting-ft-.iui c.tcessive iirinkinc, dissipaie.l |dea-iircs, tin- iniini der.ire useot lea, or trom wli ilv'ver ccasio:is great lu-oiuty and reldxaiion or tne s'ilids, a b-jtterand -ait-r m^djcm-j cannot be i.ikv.n. .Nnmiicrs who i i'l unoeii;oiie to.> pj vertiil courses ot Raeiciir\, (i;ijt baneo' nealth), whch redutetl thein to a state or nuseniijie existence, received the uiiii 'st Dene.'ii tra.ri tins Restorative-; tor alter Kiss ot str-iigih and vigour, t.'iey h-ppiJv regaiiu-a iluir former h'-Mlth for. pains in ilu h.n;,; a>.dtluiiis, glet.s-and seniiiiiil weiknesNCS. peihisis rke.o noi anv i\le-diviiie 111: public lit piivaei'iailttc wl-.n-m lias Oi-.ii s� sm:-c^,.-s.'i'l. Geiit'enien from the Last.an.. West Indies, wiiose ha'jits w-eie relaxed by the licit ot those Ciimaies, luve received gri-at ^-neht tioiii i:iis ri.-iiic.'iu', a. Well iU.^^lhtiSts buU-n^. log to the .Ami) aiiu Nav), wiKJse^conslltutioiis.wa'e i.ii-paire.l by haid -st-iv.ce, tlie vaiicniS:VJi.ii.ifit s 01 cliinale, Ptrsons tar adyaijcr.l iii y.-ars sh.niiil.fivqiie.qUy lake a tjw' bnxei ot this Kestowtive, winch wut .wurwnxciy strtiisfht-iv iliem, h- Ihe means ot pieveiitini; >afinu> disatdeis, and n seme measuregiiaro ;lg�iist iiie rMyt>;esi,;t iruie. -This Uc^t.>-lanve mav he taken wuh grcht s,fR:ry,.^by j;iqitii sexes, �ai.y season ol the yea-, Without resiraiiit Of v^nhMiemwtii,., �    ; ..  Evu. f�*tit�.i tcpi^etl \Oiea I v.irious othsr nwhci..es Fa,! >lwro trmsl. To n-A 4>i�fp�iei;^-.a�d, therefoie, although I have h-v* in.Hio hauit M �cq^ring i.a sinall knowiertg'.-in tl:e piiysical wiii�vimust say; tlut i hav>- no> met with any thiti^equal to HmuerV Kesturative Ha'i.3m." ^         .. Noie.  This Iv�4trrnttve- is ipr^farcd m pvHs,- yfbich 1 doceivnreRri oid 4* Wadn's M�ti crtv* >i^r^hm�4?k, No,.ijj street, andNp, i 7, l-.le,^-�|if�t* Npwbeijf No. 4s, St. P.1VP.M Hl^jc'wnp'v* t. rd street,   Crutt>v��i, ^ H�tfi ;  V^i York, *c and dl Venlwoct % . price 6U. |J Hho-fco** or Ji� ho�e�, whicK�i.i44iv 'he �iu�Htiryot�anj�ti,��,imti� Aitny and Navy, At. �V P�mP>'' |> ^tLurf J arucse.1, r.j) U hu4 ot ih� Vender., i>xi�f   

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