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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 17, 1806, London, Middlesex                                we.- 4281 THIvftTRE ROYAI./cOVENT.GAU[>�V: THIS mESBNT-EfENlNG their  ivJajc;tics' icrvaiiiR tviil ail h   - �     ., THBMANOFTHEWf)RLD. ' > Sfr I'errinax MacsJ-cotJhant, Mr. Cooke; Constantia, Wiss BrutiToiJ. W.rtfTOM THE CKEAT. �  0� Moiulay, Kuig Henry the Eiglithi witJi Oscat and MRS. I.IrCH*'^ELD'S NrCHT. And the Last Season of,her appearince on rhii Stace* TH ii-ATRF. UO YAL, Ci > VEMT G   KIJ     . ON TUESDAY NEXT,   May^ 20,   i Slofi, JANR SHORE. ^ .  Ctosfer, Mr. Kcinhle-} HastiiiRS, Mr. {'. kiTi'ole: Dii-rn nr, M  Sti;clair� Mr, Incledcm ; Lenox, Mr. HUI 1 Nipperkin. Mr. Miindeivi Maty, Mrs. AtHn-/ ,.      ' To cmichulo \iUh THK 1'K t0N KR AT LAKC E, Old l>.>w�le, Mr. MuKieii;. Muns (with tha celobratcd ftiouK Italian s,"nx}, Mr. hawectt. nfcJtffts'rfnd Places tr> be liad of Mrs. ][.=tc)ifield, �6, Bed-.t;mUrfeei;, Ccvepr.Ga'rdeij; and at the 'fheaiif. �OREAr .ROa.MS, KI NO' 1 JTH EATRE,. HAY, MR. SAJ^OMOK's ANNUAL CONCERT, .   WEOUESDAY,.�lie2isfofMay iiisuiit. Part I.-^-Nevv Overtime; Woelflj Ana, Si(?nnr T;-ir Ik Uxhitii ed at th ay Irmn Monday iwxt th? iirh to i>at(uday tr.e iyt(i .Instant, both, ii.chiiivs V atttft whichit will be iiniwediatejy reinoviid to Uflciiester Cathedr^fv W; Jj, tt IS par.ficlilarly. rccjucsted that nd jircsents be tnade to the Servants or'1 eiianis. rM"Pu''i6oWYiTR'STlI>p i)',torni ohly a part ot the Friiesiti Ins Lo!te'v, and which Works c�u nover be had ^vhen the tter) is qvif, but whicft may now be obtained by the I rifling adv^ntmi of 3 G,ui;i^js f�*.-.a 1 loljot.^l-ivery rfidtvidual-lM);;ravini(. t9 k'voii faf.tK^K4ta4r� is |)()b1)cly eshibned ii> rait-Mall ami C^rtdiMt* so ihitt ti� dit>�i>^oi4>t> iftethe State oMhe Wheel: g rATB O'F th E whF.E/:. 5 w t      BriZe of - 1 a    - ^   -     -2     I" - - L.25,oOa ao,ou�> itJ.oob 1,000 . -   is   - Li25,ncn 40,Qr.>o 20,000 10,000 5.000 .-.^    ,>.,.y^nd ^ rtillgfoportion ofthf^il., Frizes. �oW)ort,.hilUp'pyisite St.. .AndreWsXhiireh ; .wJirre ^sa ! vc numerous pattern* of thddr much approvetl str.uHg lti{ht Wire Fences, pVouf against horS eiu sheep,,jleMi, lare.v, *6.anv quantity ^r*h.chmay be had-on 1�l hortr4r "o-i latiVtaiders foriVctii^o:', Av!arie� � jbr'^Bjrds, Wup-ttt nptjccir    l>�it^,TA>�W'nentVPf|>.r4�>viie 1 i(e,sit^d �"�s and perkot.t who have the care afiykumtnJVa \ha VICTUALLlNtj-OFFICE. March i,, iSo6. '"T^ITE CothniisshHtin far .f'iltuaU'mjr Hit Majesty's A N-i^y^  e.ren lo. itnh'f I'tfiiieri'in iuii;l>i^ ('tilled u^ij, fir iitcii qiinitiilies of ih'. fMi>*.L'l>tg ifrtcrli Irtit of Stav. s:-i;r/>wn lJant7?ie I'H'E,' HKAND't.'and HOGS. HEAD S'l-AVI:S ; ItvacK l^atitzic, Hanrtjro', Stcfiin, and Quebec I'l BE .S-'TAVkSj at ihe ittpef.li3Je feiiont luhn ntity SATURDAY,' MAy- 17,' 1806... ami the ro/fif'/rJiir ky iLe   \ d of _ ^iifuiy Ji/h'uiliig.' fo le p.JJ foi I'y ii Ih .f\ivaLle,wth i'tic'e^l, nnietv auyi tifier liMe.'    The Condninm oi t/jfCoHiratt tn.ty be mft at t/je SrCrel.jp/'i Office. ' ��        -      '      -    ' / N. B. Af" t^ltJe? for a /rrt-" qiawfUy thun. Kifly Xf'oinaxd CroiSi't liantKie Pipe.'!, It't r'iov.ui>.J C'roti>/t, D.intaic Hr.in.jv Twntv Ttiniis.inil Crown Itoiixic U'^g'/jfj-i.^or T-weiliyJive ThoUtMiJ ihuck'li'vilaic', H:imiir'i', .tteliiH, or: ill^iiec I'r^c J>titfet, "U'iil bf iidmtittd^ ettct 6o- tKiyi6� Til p'dcat and (it% ltATttR-5 il Meinarks, ToIjs puf>Ij!ihTU:V,%t!kl| 'fij Roval i?ino.'prici ')itc hhrUi(�|iip/iih'�l!Hhcd wi    -Enrtriiving J or, |4rit-eTvio 9)rtjtfflp* iflegKiRly pn .'htipcrhnu l^..�p reacU Vp- luioe, diid I'root lin .r:i,�iofis ot both tl>�i'iatt.''Si ' � J*ts� pwtllishcd, Numberft,!. to XIV. fto 4)eooniVfVu.;d Weekly/ ot a ntw , VV(>r((, cntiikd ' '^F4�~i?RlT.ISH THEATRE ; or, a CalleL :nt�jiardt:n,'v.Tiid -Hayiiiarker.   PrinMa uiirttr tlie-Authojity H"** by f'efijiission ot the ^'^;L'IaJ;ers tro AL-l>. Pi'jntcdfor'Long;n!ni,iiursti RefijaHdyrrn?, Pat�r�oster-row. , I, � -, f� T^Ius Work, b!-ng intended as a Cnx.TpairiTii ro tlr li'fStkt^iMrdiefo'f One- o'&M on thf-^dU I>'ihOy ibeloltllf .yifneaexl, nor umfts theiertottubiiUat:esU !.t fell.sif.:itlriM!, i'i-:inf:C'er '.'.'lie/fnlfH O.r. GkNLK'VL l>()S r-OI-rlCl,, May i, i8q6 ACAUTION.-.Sb'ipe' Mcri:h;inr;5 S � CA-M I) k-E N �IS. ^XT'ILLIAM MILLEA respivU.illy irfows the V * , Piihl'c, t'iat the above i;pls::did Woik Will bo reaJy � for piibl'cation on Monday the 26th in?t. Alb.'in.'ilf-htrei'*, iVhiy 16, l8.->(). N.i. 41, l'/\4.L.iVJA 1,1,. MP .:-|EFFERYS repeafully informs the IMLlic, thit If IS his inteiiti. 11 m a taw o�ys to publish, trDiiT authentic U. cuiiv.iits, -a Start-iiicnt pt Iv.nl.o, eiitFlc'l,. * A kevii'wot the toiulirt oUns Royal'l!i,l'hii.*ss the Prince of Wales, jn his vari,.us ir'n^ad�o"s with ^J>Tr. 'Jt^lVry-^, during a period ofmerj than '1 wcnty Years-:". cnr.taini::,; a detail of many circunK'ances, relative to the P mcc and l*'ii>ce.ss of Wales and ATni. I'lwherbert-Mr. leltieys presume.-, that in thenpinnii'it a candid l.b.rral public ltd will be't.iiind, !�n aperiisaiof the p>Qpo^ed Publioatior, 10 have coiKtiictsd hiwisclt in his extensive coiicerns with the Prince of ^Valob (as htsRoyil Hiijhtiess has f revyucntly declared to be the case), with inie)irity and honour.  To which will be aikl d, a .statein'nt of the loft-; sustained by Mr. jederys, from the iiiipicc>'d;iited fad ot iiearly i^.oool. biint; Wiilijifld trorn ihs sum awardijd tn hiin hy the Vi-rdrct ltd jury Hi 1-9&, fpr jewels an.^ plate prTir.ded ior th^ Pnijce otWalm . Al^>, a Letter troin l.i'd l.r>;knie to Mr, Jelf-rys Uiion tke occjsi'^n, d.-claiinj: m the niMr decided terms, his opiiiK'n of tj-.e lair and honoiirnb'c cl nii> ot ,Mr. j^fterys, and his extreme dis^ustat the nifans usctI t.> sel it aside,    ^    - �CMLtERlNG VESSELS Oft.1 N�i.vCoo^tructjon, J; Jly tfr-'^e VesscK tout C*!iK%-di"S sweetened, puriiicd, and inshle c Af, a* that �ft; t'19^ b�ft41 bpfing ; the more they, ar^ us d, th^^lKtr* tranfp.ifcnt tlftf Water; will aftord a quick an* pfei'iWt�"l"*tippI'}-^,:a; jjjiio trouble to cleanse, and want no repair, are, 111 cvory respect ada->t-edtorsliips; 10 be be hid ot JOHN AsHLKY, Water, Closet and kn>.'ine Pump Mdiiuiavtur r. I', RO! VU M'a DO PA M C A L .S Y R1) P, anil N E R VOU ti I!.;()R0IAL, sold asMisiial at the ori^ial Vvareltouss in Siillbbury-square. I Ins beiiiBtlie season when the juimaa frame is most yulivirablc to the atmcks ot acii�e disease, r^ndtTs the abovee\celleiit Mcaiciivis h'ljhlv imporrinf; in-tle?di s'> srrr>nfly are they recomniendcd.by nuni'ber:; r)f t)ie ftrst Nobihty and CJrntiy., that tins "r oth-r ot them mav btr cnnsidercd a sf ind spep'hc hihI passp:>rt in he.dth and liappi-ness, I he uiiparalleleVi cttuilli pertormed woidu hll voliiinos; yet st fienlle in their operation as not to rufle the most delicate cons-; i.iti  )!it oeautitul black gloss, not ot thp japan hut', which is pro ' If fjrms an exo-dlitit .RiipiUcriicnt to Cork's Voya-,!!, Flowers of Lttcratnrc 1 heic volumes wtll rt-ccmm^^ thams'dvfs as \v-"il by their intrinsic worth as by their s^r.u-singdefad '.'-Momhly Mirror.- ...   - Piibii.,-he:l  liy Rlctnrd  P.htlKos, No. 6, Bjid?2-:trcct, � ; hitlt'f n litackt'uiV, anrt trj b; all Uoskseileis, mi are signed as. 6el6>y, which hCake.'*   W, MY-LI'V: VUiystd CoVm.HN]Cw rbtrPtiji�l?5Tt.i�tf|,1m-ljt>,iW, (i'K,a8te, Mo;wi'.� Rsy'i'dcJ-i, ami otht^intTstern A'ltiiois; 'wUich hive tiev(,'r1i' venty live Volumes, each cont^inini; itive Plays; Jind it ijs Conclusi;in will bii >;iveu general 'Piilc-iia>;es, to>;eihcf \Viih DnctttonsMr ar-rant^nii; tne Pliys.; In tno Cmuse. of Puulic^iiioii \\ril tie Kiven,:ai.Vronttspieces to the �Volumes nt ihs l-iiil til;tu5ii, Portw'ts ol rl)c A�li:ois, nencci ly with theif Play tli^jt is hrsi brounht I^irwnrtf.' �       �   :    . - 1 Ills. UmbcMlish'.iKirts y/iU bj e^ecu'eu m i V very ftsst inaniier. by ili': nrst Aniii.s. . llie ^^lijys alijjdy |)i.it)!iilieistin^uihlw,'d and^x1r4o^dln f;y P.-rs\>i.i4  Ipswich: I rfji'ea bv .1. Raw j'sold aiw t/yLaiigman, Ihrst, Pv,'es,.a;id'Orin;?, I'atjfnost.T-trj'VV.. .   '� ' ANSWER -IVO WAR IN DISCJUIS:',       .    . 'i.'iisdav-ispvvbl shell, ptice 2S. fi.l. AN  ANSWER to " WAR in DISGUISE;" or. Rejjiaiks n;)'n the Npw Uoclr.neot England, con-crri'.iiiii; Neuir.il I r.uio. Aivionci, pnnti'd-London, reprinted for J. J-o'jnson, in Si. Paul's Chuic.'i yard, andVV. J. and J . Kicharnsjii, Uoyal Exchaiigei >        VVhe'C rray.he had. An EXAMINATION Qf the HRVtl'Sfll DOCrRI>;E, wh'vh siibjrcts to Cajiturifa Neutral 1 rade, not open in tune otPeace, price 5s, � � 1 his D:iy IS publfahfd, in two Volumes 8vo. pn;;'.; 9s. m hoards, . ENGLAND'S ...EGIS, or the Military Energies of the Constitution. ' - D> JOHN i. ARl\VRf�Hf, E>q Printed t'ot J.'JohXiSfini-, ip-.Vf.iPiu.d's: Church-vard. i"    icaiinotdtitniss tji'is partof-tl'.es'ibjed, (.viiiicny Vlii. ITiiceJ wTt^&�irri*(l-frtftg^^e**s�e�A*Uw*^     M*I.Of C irt-Wtij;ltr-i' wJ,'>-h** W'itteninost ably upon the snbj'd iTIurm-his'the pv*optt!.- and- v^'hose-'b)rtfc ('b6iet��d's vC^is; it is pos�il)lc.):a read'without d*ri ving proft:;" See CnW^ifs 'P-'ll! tt.l' Iv'i-xrs^r, Ai> il   SERMONS on DIKFICRENT SUBJECTS.s--Py the Rev. JOHN HE-v LETT, B. 1'. M.vniini; Preacher at tlie Foumllini; Hos^ut.-il, and .Lc.a;-rer of the iJnited Parishes ot St. Vcdast, Fostir, and St. Michael Le-qucen. � Punted fiT J. Johnson, F. C. and J. Rivmgton,. in St. Paul's-Churcli y^rd, and T. Miwinau in the Poultry. Where m;iy bi had, bv the same .'\uthor, The Duty ot' National Rep.-nteiu-e, a .'.ermo.;, ;)rice is.        '�        lANO^CAPE'-C/VRI)ENING: Tlwsdiv WIS published in octavn, price 5s. in b'lard?, AN ENQUIRY iino the Changes of Tire re in LANDSCAPE-GARDENING: to which arc added s >jwe t)bservations oi\ its Theory and Pradlice, including a diience ot the .^41. ' IJv H. REPTON, Esq. Printed for J. Tavlot at the Atuhitgitural Library, No. 59, High Holhorn.  ^ Wheremaybehad, anew Edition of Mr. Repton's Observations on the. Theory and Praifhccof Landscape-(,>irdrtiiiu;, &c. imperial quano, illustrated with liumerous piaics,many of which are colourgj, price 5I. 5s. in boirds. -      AFFAiRS pF INDIA. Thisday is piihjished, price 2s. 6d. COMPARATIVE (STATEMENT pf the WO HILLS tbrtheb.?tter Government of the BrJ-t-.sh Possessions in India, brou);ht into Parlijine;u. by Mr. fox aiid, Mr.-Pitt, with ExpUintorv Ohscrvauons.    ' By RICHARD BRINSLEYSHERIOAN. Loiidoii: I'lrst published in 1708, and;now reprinted for J. Budd, Booksellerlto his Royal lilijjhncsvlhepMiJceof Wales, at thN,. ��>d�other ^ropheo^e�,W^mn^ uiatrily relate to the pri:iKtvt I'imes.iioj-wfhich .the) aeyeral Allepor'cat Typtosami. �X!ird[!tiuui� are, translated into their '    �   ' , . LEE LEV/iTs.   :    .        .    : �, : Tijyi^DSy,a^e,pul�l.Ji^e(l, in f\i'it h^ja v Law- � � tei'ce, in (lireelirgs volumes,; o;lav.>, � nee one guinea and ' �! halt m boird-, - , . HARVEST HOME, consisting of .SUPPLt;-MENIARY (;LEANINwS in vai. us parts Of I-nulanil, .pjrtici:l:irlv in Ham .sfiire ami W;^rwjckshire ; an^^ com itnii.;; l )ri>!iiial Views of Sucie:y, and of tl>* Stite otth Poor in ihe ^reat rn-inutactaiing towns ot B.rnunsharaS M.iiichestrr H'^d She'licld. - . .� Ill*, lu iirg al-i> "litee l)r'>;in3l Drains of the AuiJ^or.. , Aui'Oite Vcliime ot his Origin*! Poci.'y, .with" t-Dm;(bH'� tioiiT. wtOrj^Kiil Piece-, by ihJ Poet Laurijt, byM'ss Pyei I'r. Mavor,- , and to bu had ot all Booksellers. LONDON' THeT'aRc.K . fATru MO.s V PO-PU'tOUS" CITV IN the WORLD   . Thisdiyis pub!i:.htd, a new edition, corr-ctcd to the pre* sentfmc, illiistrrjt-d wfth a l.irjfs m'-d-.in Mip or Lor-rton, with a- o'hifr Mip ht tlie Envi'^-ns, /nd embellistied w't|*ev,�rjl Views, prn.e 5s. b-JunSi;i red, IE PICTURE of L0NJ:>JN for 1806; be-in,; a tull and correct Dejcripttcn ot rhs B-Uish Metic>.. pMiS, and ot itj Vicinrty; and a Faithful iluc to dl its Ci'tiiiMties, Arp'.j'eireqts, Lxhibiitons, Fi-blic Institutions^ iii.d \ 2--d notice; w:th a >;rent Vii'ietv ol ijsiMul- T�'o!es, c^^nt.n.n^ th.� Haclfncy-: c'!acli I'nies, Lists of Streets, rnns a.i.t. Co;Itfe-hou>es, ChiTches, Pubic Offices, �ic;     .     . lt>� iinp.'issiMc, in ih? compass of,,3n Adverti?e:ticrt, ta . eniimunte the >tre-'t (uimber <'f usBtnl topics which are treit-e I .')t in tiTs small Vnl lime f b:t it m.iy sutficvt) ohserve, th;H a totiil ?tr?nt aP tlie pniicip:il '.-offc.v'-.gitscs in Lou;!; rt. rifV.^i-  \h'. Waterin,; and bca-bait^g Pijcesj with :^ixtv \iaps avd vifvs,- price 12s. in ^�Q.l^l'.�.. ��� -     ' ap^ro'�atl.|l of itishiy ^H�i�dred8 tif th� Nafryj, Army^ geneious Public, by ai�.enisWf"W.Salpo�:th4,�iHie tnr.aterieiS, of years, as well aij the attet>tanons. ot their superior excbU;  leneefromi,oH)ebf-tK^i in^t^ibtiiiguiMied^edlcarChnrscr ttrs, wJio have vtfeinduivcecl them to    �ne of,st% most.*; yenieni;, site, 4n� V.'?''^?" Medicines ifver yen msftv ' vbotli frotntheiiittftislldemfetltiajitity taK*n. iHi Hereof beHlg.�dinihititered,f.iind' rtik aniMttHity 01 ^llim^V �y�W>il??lW ^t^*t�^tUty twnotra es.avcity c^paiivt' Kf^tSia^TOr'W V To be taken on tood, and no restrailtt wlvateivflr|i$tfiuiif�i)e ia; IP A,Jtt�rica.. ;   I nrtpn: Prtftca^PTh^h Hjttlyird, Ni? jp. Piceat^illy,, i\\A V, anil C. Tlivinj;fen, St. l^aijp!. Chvirpliiyahi. -' UPtrf1i�>�fttnay behati, by�hei4atrte'Jlli)i�hn){,.i)riUs�.Inb6atd< �VEi ers, p-'in-t :g out to whai ot'-efJoactiii .piunoics Inveiir.ons iiviv be d!.'e>'ted, and DiscaverK-s^.ttcfitled bsvond the ongi-n:il viinvsot th;; r .A.cthors, including XJriticistr.^-oii the merits ot new P.itetiis. Lciidnn : IVublished bv J. Wyatt, No.. 5, Hattbii Garden, andsgldby all :iook-ell.:'s. � Of wJi.im mav he h.id, Als(aasc>ni � ^nd eat-reitly col oil rtd from Nature J: .    ,-.v    � A COMPLETE Course of LEQTURES  tanu:ai>last;ine, of the flaai;jbiiHttiincn& S!S,:i&8. 4fC....'-;....,.. �   : .. � --s-ias'^:'   Se�(�ii u�!e,,Ciusceflt, St: Gcuigc's Fieltts.' WhetemaybelsaiK- �        -        f tu. "praaicaV OW""'^"*^*'** Brittsji Gtassej ; by W. Cur-FourrtiVe irt- Ac* �ountofthe arintrs theB Bait.' lomefl; Jiduion!,%ev?s'edi^Vtia KSkUkhetl wi{h'4^-�ow\�Mites.J�qm pri^ \>t\tA �l. �� IJl'^a'Wj'O'' with tlie Plates lieHutitiUty Mldurw, Il&aiiotiatjliaiilonRbeen ,f�fBi
                            

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