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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 20, 1806, London, Middlesex                                W 4283. THEATRIC UOYAL. l)R.l!RY-I.ANE,   . ^yHIS PRESENT EVENING will be ptrformed 1   a Comedy. call.d^^,^^^^^^^      \;    V V Kv Authoritv of the LottB Chamberr.AiN. ACADb^r?THE^TKE,.LE.CE^^^ -r-HiS EVENING,  the STR/lNGER; ^v^th 1   MISS IN  HEIil TEENS,  rribble,-Miss Mudie, and rush. Master .Dawson. MESSRS. ASHLEYS ' respeatuJly inform tl.s Nobility,  v, their Ffier.ds. and the Public i,i ir�ni.ril their BEN El IT is fi jecHbr Wbifsun Lve, Satuk-^! kiyrl!4l .806. at the THEATUE ROVAL, GO, xii r Pastoral Symvhohy.-rWJfcit. big�pr�-Storace 5 Th�* Avcre .Sheiiheols:'  Chorli* \fe.|9ty to ^eJ-.'-bo^j;, M^, JnVatiW/ Air  To Arms 1 your Country co. ruijoriis � Gloria in excelds.* I'ergotesi-^Air, Mr�. Pickons ' 'ilje Soldier. tirM.'f Ur. Arne.^CdroniRion Aiv-^ them 'Cod SavetlieK^iie.'    '   '    '    . End of Hs� 1. a caNCERTO cn the VIOLIN, by Mrv^ASHLEY.   . � '    ,�      '    . End ofPartI I. Mr. WEO J;F J. will perfoim Ms cslebrated' Corcerro ot Uie CA LM j ori tTie Gralid, Hiarw) Korte. , I'rnriivtl. Vfjcil J'pfforniers.-SiK.wa'S-TOItACIi:, M id. IMISSEK.  Mrs.  CI.Ayi\- Hfiss 'TYRER, a'.ul Mrs l>lt:Ko!^JS ; Mr BRAHAM. Mr. Y.^UOHAN, and Mr. r 1V;)V l.E.^l.eatl.er    tlieHamlj Mr. ASHLEY ; aiHl Or-gn: Mr. J. ASHI.UY.    ! Tlie r(;n>iiinder >:\ the P?nd4nd tlie .Chtfriisscs, which are I I'ertbrn'.ers. in the Thelitre f ii'T-crou Corre js a\ d compleie, l)y the m'ist amHovei ;t IV- pk.^ ot the rerforniJtiice to be had only, p/itedi-Tliqic.soid J;l :helStfee:s arc spurious and :iin;>ir e^.'' ' �. �    .:. i�>xes,^s.-Pitj, 35. 6d.-GaIIery,;iu at thi Invt-n'or's Mamifaiitory and CAN and :,ANI>EUS.        . N. n. 'rhc Patent Sofa Bed .ir.d Cbiir i'fli, the Patent fnuf-post'and tent ITedsieads, with Mn^quito Net rurnituies �,;hI l"erid'ng, the lixiferial Patent Dinii-R I'ablo.^, aiid poc-able Gbairs, ;md in psiticulir Nelson'^s Pa'.ent TrafaJRar Side J r.)vetl principles, ami are exetiited i'l the ririt style of mnderii e-legance ar^d fashion-iviprgan.and Sanders, M). ifiiipd 17, Caili'eiirie-street, Stiand. MAP of the UNITED Klt^GDOM. MR. STOCKDALErespeftfuUy inforrris the Suh. scribers to. his. IMPERIAL T Pt^G R APHIC A L MAPS of GREAT I)I j-Jtindand Wales and Ireland, are in cmsiderable firiivardness. 'I'heSiihcriptioii still coniiiiuesopen foriJie whole Work, at only >Jirie GuinMs. Piccadilly, May 19, 1806. '     . 'TOMORROW MORNING the Five First JL drawn TICK L IS, will icceive i.oool. each over ami above any other Prize, from 2o,oo6l, triul. which may happen to bedrawn agaiifat thein -Undrawn 'I'ickets4nd Shares are 09 Sale at SWIFT and Co.'s, Old 0�ke, No. 11, Poultry. _ �. ftlR. BOW YE R'.S HISTOK Y of EN� LAND . ;   ';  LOTTERY.   . AS the time of Drawing is nowalisoluteiy fixed �\. jEbr Septcmher, Mr. HOWYKU bezs trf remind liis friends that \\f)o Copies^f Wrrkii makingm folio VoJimws, universally detoicil the Hirsf In Jkirt'pe.lWrot only a part pi the-[PriMS|ii hi.S .LotterVv.and wiiicK Work* can i.Wvcr be had Avhert'tlie LbtVeVy is i^ei-, b^f \Vhich nrtay tiiiw'be obtJiHiwl by the tt�flSht{*}Ventute.of y Qiju^g for >i Tiekptvr-.Ev/'y, liMlfrii^u^LEii^Tini; to � jflveii for tljejlWanks ]a publicly 'lixhibitelfn PaIWMs^I a'rtdCornhi!!, so that iw ifisappoint-mentjWjpi^slbly take place; V MILltAIVy^ArPpIiv'TM N adt^aate'ComipcniBatioti Avill he givi:n to any ^ yerioh whocftn prdcurie tlifc .'Vdvertiiet (* yriiuig Gcri-tleniartioPifcspe^kafciliky) an ENSlfJNCI in MILI PIA. -^Letters-(postpaid)adAressed to tt. D. ]i�hjjson, Meeklen-b^uiigh Hotel, Cockspur-^Ueet, Charing cross, will be attended to. � 1 To Mr. J. G; F-,Mr. J. G. who kft his Situation df Hull on _ /Wednesday,; the 19th of March, by the Coach, f.ir Doncaster, will return to \v!i Friends at. r-, he will be kiiidly received ; or if he will inform them by post where he msy be met with, his letttr will be duly aiiendedto. The caus'-.'for liis departure is'entirely fem�vetl,>and nothing now reinaiiii that need ocoasitMi Ills absence.-May, 1806. nnO be SOLD.--The next TURN or PRESEN-J.  T ATI O N to a R E C i"0 R Y in the Coiintv of Nor. folk, of theyearljfvalueo'ijooL orthefeabotits  thepreseot incuntbeni whereof i�abput bat years of ane. Further particiilarsmav bit had of Mir. Garter, No, 7, Staple Imi, I oiidun ; or of Messrs. Taylor and Browne, At-tbrnies. Diss. Norfolk. SUPER!OR PekOQUES, 116, W liOND-STRe1=:T. TiiUGHS diFers to the Nobility and Gentry a X/JL- fa�hioiiiablc asso'rtment of P�ni well/as thesuppurt of many eminent cbnimercial chara!tsrs.' '�' � '      '..-���' By Orderofthe CoiTimittee, I Mayri, 1806  ]OHK DAVIS, Clerk. - MILLARD'S W.VREHOUSES, No. 16, Chtapside. Hj 'HE Nobility ai\^ Ladies ate most respeftfully informed a uch variety o(TheClreassiai)Ilobe,arc^aily arriv'n^ frobi the Pfo^rfotor^'s Faeto>ry-bC Colours,coitiit^'^us .^toio>vn, and he..begs., to iuthr(i^thp$e U'dies who have not *im them, they kre 6F fhe most elegant (lestgif�,-:surpas>iit{; any thing;t his ofnintry ;;ljia&htthei!Mpro()ucetli^i'lie pittonage ihcsa hlivewceivcd. Ins induced alniostevdry Printer tocoiiy V *hem<;;3no ihiboitibn-the iiotMe6f ibnd'res the otost baselmi* till they;ha*e jn'sp^aedtts-'iuVeriioMrigiiialdesfens. .Cheapsidu; M*y,jids, ^va^^^^ 4aa3rFoTniafe";6ha v&itHother-foj>dfluaJrtJes< thefw will ^ai^AhepSS;.    !l^DR;th9. J^an^bMau^^.^ Hats, lijWst^eniat the JpwjJtice of jL le S^l!lly%^il^y,'bVrJ^^^^ ''�Gentierab?r wlw^db'^wt 'think thrs-Blacking makes their. Boots sTtineiulficiehUy* aie;respe4tlMn^/inl9rm�?!�,that 1^ Cake is dissolved in VjneKar, instead �H Water, it will pro-; ducea Lti^tte-^faital'tbiipati.V but'#ls;nWea|!l^rJ^:tp^obse^;ve,. that .Vviiegat. i�.Wtrejw!Vy,�4�"o"�'W. ^?i*!^'^2[' prives this blstfiVinV i^^^^^ !��)}Jtrfi';f,i "Venting itfroin eraclTingT-1 he sam^eft.df^najl'.be produced by inixihg ^itribf-^Wtn.'tKe/Water; bdt the; injury to*tho. ^^0 be DISPOSED OF, a VALUABLE DIS-X COVERY, under the Sandion and immediafe i'atro-nage ftf one of the most iniisiribus Branches of the ROYAL FaMI I,Y,-U is only necessary in this place to observe, that tliePriitiis arising from this l)iscoveiy (rhough in its infarthie sta:e| hasalrt;.idy produced to th: Propriet-r a very handiime Sum per Annuih, and may with a little per.'isver-anoe be increased to an unlimit(!d extent, and is only parted witij by tile Iiiveiilor, (or waiiLof time 11 c'lrry it int x efiett. For p.Tfticiilari inquire of Mr. Chrisp, Porfumet, &c. 39, CockSiHir-street, corner of Spring Gardens. SIJIM-OLK. TO be LET, and entered upon at Michaelm.is iie.xt, a convenient^.'\NSI()N HOUSE, wiihoffices CoBiplete, garden, dove house, compatt Fairm of ijo acres, with excellent /irchards, and tour Cottages, for labourers. 11 is sitiiat.'d on Raberglr tleath, 3 miles f om Melford and Snd-inry. ami 14 from Bury. 1"he country is healthy iml pleasant, theVieighbburl'.oocl and roads g;ood.. Op the wh U, it is .siiiiab'e fyr a gentimail desirous of society, sporting^, and agricultural atnuseitient. For particulars inquire of Mr. ViiTcent, No. 37, Mew Bond streeti where a plan may he seen ; Mr. Rod well, Har-ham Hal!, near Ipswich j or Mr..!jtrutt, Attoiney-at-Law, � Sudbury.. -   . .-^     . '     ':     .    .   � � To be SOLD, by AUCTION,, at the Ncav York L:oh:ec-hoiiseL SweSling'$-?lley, Cornhill, 011 Wednesday, May . ai, at One.o'Clock, bv Mr. WO.OO, ONE HUNDRED and SIXTY. SACKS of FLOUR, and 330 bags of BUISCUIT MREAI) ; Lyiitg at Cteinw Wharf, Lower East Smithfisld. Toba Viewed and Catalogues had at Glasgow Wharf; at the Place 6t Sale i'and at the Brokei's, No. 3, Pavement* Finsbury..   � '� �� '! : �     � IT is an univers'aUy fcltfaft- chat MONEY on LO.\N, is almost become unattainable! The Papers . indeed stUl itnceasiitgly teem with offers, but {saving one pr two) they are 5II a kifW of pecuniary quackery, holding forth infdillbte accpmmo ns{tlw distinguished �jneedof-^erymany years,uniinpsachafjlcprotessionaal prac ticeyeoablehtin, as hitherto, lofMi^piATE. the |j�n of, from but 2sol. up to'aoIoaoL or i�or*� by Redeewable Annuity, Sndthelnttrest-'akino Wquired id bo .seeured, upouLand, Hou�e�j:t)}c Font's, Settlenieiit^t JolntuieSiiCburcli.P'refcr-mcntSi and other Life.Incomes : But from peopleot Rank, or high tespeitability, nothing.mare than merely piirsonal�e-curiry'tedesired. In every negotiation coofitlca.to Mr. Jack-|oii,apd'Whifhjhe ui^dirtakes, its.accOinplishmeiit is uutail-ng ! just, prompt, secret, tjauk', "andgentlcitianlv. tleipen-'iaihe, Couatry. should. send .the number of inches tound i1id'=o\itsid6dftW cVQ\vo.--WortTiy the^-�ts; winch, for ihpir,ekcellency dijrBW Ia�r4'>i. .D an)l aoticeJ, unltsi tbrjlarlj, or an /Igentjir him atien,it. VIC rUALLINtJ-Ol^UCh, .VlaM;h 10, isoO. THE. Conmissh/iers/(ft- I'iclHalting His Majesty's Ntvif% ita hrre'y g!v� Notice, That on, F'-idiy lie t-ith y/tne rrexl, i/Kj' ti>l/i be le.^fv to rereit/e Tmriers fn u-ri/in/; fiealed up-), foi^ sucH quantities of th- folloit'ing: detcri\ tint irl -fifarrs:-Crown Dantiic PIPE, BRaNDV, and HOGS-HEAD STAVES ; Brack Dantak, H.mibro', Stetiin, and Quebrt PIPE STAVESj rti the retpectife ferjont tv/m nmy in.ikrp' of^otan thiieof.iutl cotfart In drlivc Into tlie Vii titaHirtg Xtom at Deptfirdand P/fmo�tl>t instu:>^,popnrt'on * determined upon, one ki/f hy the y-th of N'/vemlier tiext, aitdthe retnainJer 6y itiey\:it.'jj jHnuary'Jollowinf;. To l-c p^iJ foi hff liJlr fit^a/jlf, iuilhintei:e{t, .nituly Juyt afiirr dnie. Tlie CthMtibns of the Contiacl riijy ie. teen at the Secretary's Office. .jy. 8.. No tender fcr, a ferr .quantity ilmt' Fiftjif Tlnmand drtvtit Daii^t'Plpes,' T*t Thtuiahd Crown Da�(jf.;c Brattip Tweiitt TbwttndCrof.m 'P.in'TtJc Uog'btad, orTiventy-Jiif. : Tioufami Bftitji Duni^tc, Htinin', itetjiit, or'- QueLcc'Pipe Stavet,Ai'Hi if itdinittedi . ' No iiiiiarivuilL'jtbM 10 anv Tender !tr "nilir!' tfv Price shall not be itnerted in luordi isi letiph, n' th.st fLiilln'rit be irlivertd tail.v Doard before One o'Cl^ck un t!>i said Frid.iy the zoth yuxe next, nor unifss the Jrersort ruhs maiet the Teudes, ot iome ferson o'ti MskthaltyattenASt to annrtr ^jlj^n  ix IVeeit, fane, half in three luetks, ana the remainder in lh>reiueeks afterwards), into His Maje\p'sJ^icluallii.'i> Storcf al-Piirt^triouth, ii�d ,l" be pjid forbt' aje\ty s J^lcluaiiii.'H Atoret iil-yort^mouta, ^n.t ft be Bills pavMe, xuitb Inteiesi, itinelv day afiei d.ite. B. No Tender fir akts quaniily tLin Tejt {thousand le �meiit m cha , N B. No Tender fur a k'iS qua'iiity than Tejtithousand Gal-lohs ivHI be adm ited. The Goriditions af tbedntracls miy be seev at the Ffcrctaiy's Office. No regard w(l be had to tttiy Tender In ivi'fh f'v Price tha.'i not be inserted inzuords at lenelb, or thai shall not f.e delivcrea to the Board Icfore One 0'Clark on ibt setid Ttiesiny, the %jtb instant, unlcsi the peison nidjo ma^4y the Tender, or same fr-sin on Ms hek'lf, attends, to anstver c'jhe/r culled for. _j, AlbiotiFireandLife-pff!ce,May-lo,.l%r,(f, npKE DiRKCToRs of the Albion Fire and Lirt JL Insurance Company beir leave to call the attei;tion of the PudIic to the numerous and important advantages af-lonled bi' this F.6t#blijhinei�t� both with respect to 1 nsiir in ces from Fire, and�o Lives. The Direel >rs Have determined to'bmit no imprpvemeii't of wiiicli such ait Institmir^n is cap.ible; and they.fcel urgeil to every posiibte ellort f.irih publicacconimiidation, by the high degree of evcuuragemeii v�iih which the Ciampai'.y hss hitherto be?n honoured. ".: Printed P.tniculart u,e delivcredi fret of txpence, ht thi p'any's hoitiein 'CitAtiaR'AvLct, Cornhii.l. Attendance daily frvm Nine to Four. fly tVrUurof ihe 13'iard, ,        , WARNER PHI PI'S, Sec'efsry. A large CotrimJ*s5on allowed on Life Insuiancej aad r^e manlefo'r |>f>liclasiii aiy case.   .      ' npHfe Rev. WILLIANI B.'^RCLAys PATENT X ANriBi.L.fOUS ITLLS. The exclusive Sale Of this vaKuble medicine bring how vested solely in the Rev. Wil-liim.Birclay, and those apijjjnieii by him, the riirih.-?r salerf the I'ill.'i is, in coriserfuc'nc?, ciitirelv discjutinucd at the Elaboratory,; No. 35, Bedford-street,; Covent-KaVden, and i.s now esrabiisheJ at the Rev. Wilham Itaiclav'sWaiehlnise, Leicesier-square.; where the public may he assured )t" h.-ivuig them in th:;ir pure ami geiiiine state. Mr. Uicliard Butler, No. 4, Cheai'^'dt bein.^ appiMnteir sole Wholesa'e A.^Jnt, all wSioU-siileordirs, both in town, and country.'are re-qi'tstatl to be addiessedto him, who will make the rrade the usual a!li)w:itice. None are geiutine but those having a Black Stamp, with the namei ' Ihe W.Barclay," cngr.ivt'd thereon. 'f, A. PVMi'J'S, ARcnt to th^ Proprietors, HedfoAl-.sfeer, ('pv.->iit-�;arfien. "~.     ~     HEAL.i'Il .'VND LONG!'VI I V. DX. JAMES'S A^.ALEPTiC ami ANTIBILIOJS PILLS. : npHE Celebrity of the Analeptic Pills, as a ge-X   r.eralPreservaiive ol Healili, is become iiniv r^al, fiom 'tlieir tiFicacy in those COniplaints, which coiliniial y dis-tuih t; e i-liimaii Frame.such as Colds,'Rhemnaiisms, Hod-nchi, liidifiesiions, ai d other Diseusos of tTie .St'jma'ch an I Bowels ; vvhich arise from the vicissitudes of oii.r climate, .ir from indulgence in the luxuries of litis; and these salutary efl(?tls are produced by gently oi;ening the pores by nijjbt, an.l the body by day, without requiring any [jarticular re.;imeii or confine iient: But thouf|h the Analeptic Pills are also very serviceable Irvbilious and other deep-seated disorders, )et bc-ihg de.signed as a mild pirgative only, and tr�ereio!e not always sufficient Iv atiive, the .'\ntibili6us Pills haveb.-en re commended in aid hy ijri ein'i>ent Pliysn.ian, who has us-d tliwe Medicines comtMiiul for many >ears with the liappie-si success, i%all compl.i .tsot Die t iver, as well as otlu-r .nter-naldiscHSfs. 1 ravellers, by Land, or bv Sea, or Per.'ons remote from Medical Assistance, would do well to be always provided with these PiU*^ which, with some ol the t.'eiuiii.' Dr. Jame&^s lever Powder, would form atnost .valu'^ble store in �a small compass, that svoukl otten att.ird relief on any sudden indisposittoii, and prevent tluitl cons quences otiieglcitor delsf. � . Sr il.  �; a�d iiiu Antibihous PiUs, pricfc as. gd. a box, duty included. Observe t!i.� the wot*, M If. Newbery, No. 45, St. Piwl's," are engraved in the Sia nps.      _ :     .  ' �   .    . .SPUING PHYSIC. DE'yELNO'S Vr.GETABLE PILLS are proved, bv experience, tr> be the best atul n>o*t innocent Alt.-rative, I'lniher, a:-.vt Sweetener ot the P.t�M4l;.and tlvisc whoare alH'itcd wirli the .Scurvy, Scorbutic trup-twns, I.epro.v, Scrovhul.'i, *;r any other Dtsoriiers ar!.,f'ig from yitateU Blood ; oi tlioss whu nave luip-nrea iheir con-strtitions by Dissinat'on, or Itiventle IiMiicr'^iioiis, should by nijnc'^nsomit a toui.-.s 01 vheA'egeiabls Pills durjng the Sprtua. The ojieratu-n it tl.ii valuable Vegenble Alterative iirsh pleisajit and saliitiry asnot to int�rters with the  avOdtinns (It buinicss o"r plsa.snrs ; its airl'on is confined to theaiiimal jiiiceit, ai'd teipiires no alicrutiop or restraint in diet; It dissolves in the sloiniich, blends with the food, and graduallv pervades thecirculating Huii b-j go.iuine, wheresoever or by wbon*|idjfy 0; sTAPUrsV Piepar(.d by Mr. C. St.iples, nmy sole I'wprtetofk hftviofj pUTcba^fd t^l^ reci^pe of Mr. J. Piddllie; aivl sold who!q�. ^afcand rst iVby shaA-'and EdxVards, 60, St. Paul's Chuich-'�rd, wi tht (b..iway} .rei.ul alsd by- Mr. l)it>ken 9rnoi-!>tiei>t�  |T10l|*Siif Mr. CISBORNEs SKR.VIUNS, This llajr are published, deU and W. Daviti, Smnd. , t�f whom nia�'be bid, bv tliefiiin'; Author, '.. t  A Familiar Surrey ot the Christian Religion,-8vo.r'4�fi Edition, foil in b iard�. X. An Intjvi'y into the n�fiesofMen, it the higher arvi middle Classes of Society, � vols. Bvb. 5ih Edition, 14s. in boards. 3. An fnqntrv into the Duties o*" the Female Ser, ?vo,. 7tn Edition, ft* in board-',' im 1 in timo. pfit;.- 4-. in'ljoards. 4. TJic Princrplesof Moral Phiio'jophy iiivesTigareJ, Uvo. 4tli EdiMnn, 7s. in hoirds. Walks in a I orest ; or Pnems d.-sciptive'^f Scenery and 'i'.cidcntac ariileristic of.� Forest a dilfirr/-.it Scpions of the Yeiir, ^lii Edit-an, el-^pitn! ly print'^a in a Pocket Volumr, and adori ed with 4'l it.'s, 6s. in b .ard.-!. 6. Poem-^ Sacred aiid Mr^ral, 3d Edi'ion,.elefantly pr'n'eS in a Pock^ Volu'm-, and arlorned w i t h I' I a te�. ^s. m bopir 1^. Mr, BA RROW'S IK A V K LS in C HlNA.- vi-vv Ed-tiofrr Tiu� Dai is p�ibi)s*ird."'elegantly printed In one large val. 4to. aiityiluslra-cd with Plates, most of th-tneilgrayHbi*' ., ffr. Mtwland, foin Dr��rinn>bylMr.. .Alexander, pr'MJw jH. ri�       inboard?, a Re owl Editio^vrrf TRAVELS In ClllKA ; .conraitiing De*er%-. tions. Observations, and Comjjariiof.s, iniide arid c�t* . leii^ed in the course of a s.!'.rirt Residues at the 1 nperiil Pit-lace of Yuen nlin-ynrn, and i^na suhi-'qiie-'t Joiifncy tftrttrjta tlieXouiurv from P.kin t.vCauton; in v^^hichIt isattemptyd to apprectrte the rank tiiaithis ext-a irdina-y Fmpirff ti'.iy cjnsi'lcred to hold in the scale of cV- liJi.-d N-ti>iis. ,� tvwn cniyis l-Iomi�t' cintingit adire Corinthum. It-s t!ie l.fit'fif tew tof;o to PeK^n. Bv j )HN H >.UROvy, K-q. Lite Private Sccfe'ary t the E:irl of MatJrirevi and nne of his Suite as .'Miib i^sador from the King of Great Bri-.am to theLiUpcrarot Chim. Priived for T. CadeUand;'.'. Davi.-s, Strard. Of whom m.iy be li:id by the siime .^lurhcr, anew I'ciitirn, just^ublished of .-^n Acc-nint nt .'Irivels i^ito the Ii^e iot of SottthL-rn Africi. fcinMi.iinioT Ohservitionson the Geology and GeoKraphyo'ihe Souilu-mPjir of that fontinvnt, Sketches.of the Physic 1 and .^'joral Chiraifters cjf the various Tribes of I lihaoiiartts ; Ooiisideratio.'s on the 1 itinirt-ance of the' Cape of Goo I I Ir'pe to. thj diii-rcnt f: 11 o_)-an Powers, as a Naviil and Vlilitary . Station ; as a I o'ut, or' 3e-cuciiy to'our Indian Tr.ide and Sctrletnentit, d'lri. j; i \Var ; and as a Territ'')rial Acr,il'sirio.i in Tune of Peace, a-Cj vtc. 2 Vids., 4^0. witli a. laigi Map atid sever.ll other Ensf.ivt-'..;-;, 3I:. 3s. in Boirds -� I hesfcQt'.d Volnoie may be '--i I jfr'-trite WRIGHT'S HEMOkRHOlD.-VL LOii-^iN is tl>e only C'"'ain an.d ^fJe ciirs for t ii . Ht morrH^^i-I.s or Piles. A few vp .-l cutionsot l!its Lotiop vi Igive relief, .ind Die bottle will cure the rrost tihuirate a'Vtl p-iinfnicase of Piles. It will cu^e all ulcers, s ;res, w.ju.uii, scalds, and burns-; it will. lemove all dispi's t:on 10 ti.?'ii!a; is al.Mi a most Ujefiil an:l pleMa-it applicatisn i:va!l casrvof eruptini-s, inW tmmationsv e!y.sci>eliis,' aridiali oth.r di.e;^-;?- r^t' the skin.'. TJiis admiral Loiii-n is ftie, j'>lnt proii'ict of the Mir.er-il.a-id 'VeneiabieK ingdoms, rf>id has .vvcr het'ore beeivolf r..-d to the Public. The Inventor of iVhiS L')"i'11 is a Mcin'oer of the Royal vdllege of Surgeons U ccnviiirrcdthat -Hilv-rr .-e-.'neiifs, in the Papers a�eti.e bes' mean^of rfliking^the-tnosfvaluaWe remedy known to liis cnniito n'.en ; for he has m doubt but ,that ttieii'trinsii; merits of th; Lotion vvil! ir.fjr.; fftetliiahy establish its rei>f.t'ation'\vitli the Public tiian avy attest;iticn of PeersaniJ Chief Barons, Wlvise iiKiries have hoin/ times betn prostituted to the base p'.trn.ije cf-.ii'.'vHt imu. -Sold wliolc-snle and retail by the P.-i.pri'fifjr's sole .^>;er-", \Viii\am V/i-tners, whose si'inamre it h<-ars, at r^o. zig, Strand, near Temple-bar, Lundon, p ice 4s. 6.1. and 7s. pc-bottle. . IMFtKl.iL J'^i'aL/jJME^r.. H rd vJienv-il �,' I12 ..isl-ed to dc-icr tlirt s-c n-d rca-.liis;; of tfie Hill loc the lepeal ot the a'i>v.e .-Xd, wliic'i tt io',i t'-jr tins 0-.i> .lie cxp-rii*!-tjiat his NVi'ile l':ieiHl inig'it te-ii'le to ,iir.-ji'I to-minro n.l that the B-i! inii-'l.t e rea I a s'cvnl tirr; . ; but cve-.i'!�. gS that ivercn it tlje cas �, n>g e^t d.lsy wo; l! -ecu , a> it 'v.is not like!) ilit^ BiH c'^uld bJ lepoitcu' b^t'or.- th.- iDliriiys. . 1 HI- 1 ,!PK.-\Cll-iENT Lord AUCKL WW), ho' 1'n.t m his Hird the KepT-t o.f Ciiininittee ot t.-e rtoii!;e that had hn-n ai'pointeJ 10 .-if i-. !i fur proct'iltnts iiT fh^ tiT.e ol :.!r. tiiann-cs'a rridi; 'Si e^'ti .i-. tlie wiiiif ot iliviiie j\M>;niLut ni.srch tasBs, moved thuf t..e s lid Kepors be reprinteil. f>r(ieri.u. The lii:>!i I oar., ar.u I ri L.'jii.l'.rqucr Bills Bill, were rc-ad a third time :       t!ie iViutin\ till, Lird 5j^rA.Nll.)i'E ti;en r.wett^to de.'er t!;e sfc.ind re'd-ioRof the Wijiieises l.i.th'iity Bill, or the i�|ll tor ihi better disw'ovciini ot irurh, till Frid,ty s'e.uiiitli:;   Oulered. His l.ords!)J|) ill n .n oved, that s;vcr.i! parts ot rhe pyi-dences upon the trial ol l.ud .jcivile, whijh app ared tu hi omitted, blioolil be piiijteil. His L^idinip was piuuced. ing to ad.luce argunienrs in s'.t-p r; dt Jiis motion, W-e.i strangers were crdeied to wiil'j.lraw. VVlien they were ad*iitted, the whole biismess had tseen go.ie through, and ti.e House adjourned: HOUSE OC COMMONS. Mr. lliitclrns'.ii, fr'iiii ih-r i>ank ot Himla.-Hl, presented an. On the motu.n ot S.r H)HN NEvV PORT, the Con-miitee bh U>e lii^h Stamp Duty l rpoiitd to itiday ; aitdthni uu the lush Customs Duty uiU to Wed-ues.Jav. Tne Irish Malt Duty Bill was read a second time, and ordered to bs cuminaieu on V\ eUiiesday. Tlidttsh Distillery liillivem th�ju:h � Cot�mit�ee, the Reitort ut which was ordered 10 be rcceiteo to-itiorrovv. 1 he Report ott.ieC.mimitee on.the Irish Butter PackinR Pill w.is takers uito (oither c iisideratiuni agreed to, aiid thj Bill ofderert to be teid �thrd tunc to-ir.orrow'. NAhQJloF.M �111 ART, there- were ordered to be laid before the tlotise. Accounts ot the Malt, chargeable with duty tiJ LiiglamU tor the two ye;us cndmg the (f ^nat It wa move fl>^lea've iiv6riHg'ttr a; similar Bill, ofHis M.ajCiiJ^sMmwu�s th� lite >ubjt fiUI di^c\lssioll, ana tor t)t    pm (>v.>e n which fail been just reatl a hrst ttme. that the liitl beteatl a j-ij.'Otid time on t . -Mr' ROSt qK.p(
                            

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