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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 23, 1806, London, Middlesex                                (vh'IsuV e?^rJKWfiAVte� IwY^L; leoWEttJ--^ c�vmf.  IfoT ,virticuh>*,aPl>iy to m^r.. Ro^s, Hall, �..j ,l,e MESpAH, Ci�-V totit l^C^^RV'on MORtOAGB.-Wanted 25.o� l inittljiul leave Part lt,-tt>x�f*���ni turn d Gorf^xfti  Deeper�, iUdaine _ them 'Cod S��tneK.ii>t.' �     . ; ..... -    ; Ivm* |"d of Kart I. a UONCEftTO �ii the VlOLtN, J^y- ^^'t^idor?S*t. Mr. WEOLI'l/wiirprrfo/mhfcWebnitedi Concerto M'heCAtM, oh tlje Grsnjl Piaiin fftfte.  ; .j^.^"  J'f.iitiual V.�dl refjwmers.-SigHO-a S I OHA'CEj M.id. DUSSIiL Mrs. IM.ANIll, Miks, TYRIJK, awd^'Mf*.-HICKOfiiS ; Mr HUA-HAM. aiidMr. VAtJc:Hv^N,;Mr. CnssL and l>-)YLE.--i:ea(ler ot th� liand, ftJr.,ASJU LF.Y, z,vl OiB.n. Mr. j. ASHLk V.      . Tiie Band and the Chotuss.s, which are numerous and complete,-hy trie most ahpiovfd PerJormer^..- Correiik Booksot rtwi I'erforiiiai^ce to he had ih th^i Theatre Atth't ori4c6d.-Tlio^e sold in the Streets are spurious and Boxes,'66,-r Pit, 35. 6tt.-CalUry, as.-i-Upiw.Gall8ty, jt, TicktfitobehaaofMessrs. Aiihlfys}~andot Mr. braiidon, �l the iiox Oflive4 whereiMacCT (or the Hows nJjy betaken.  '  ' ����   _^' i' II.li"--� '�.       ti fii., I - I     ,1 GRAND J4ARMONIC NIGHT, .  ^    FRUe-'MA.SOMV MALL. ACONVIVIAL 'MEETING will be hrW at the   FIMiisM ASON'Si-HALl,   'lO-MOkROW, (Whitsun.Evel Mdyi4.;i8,>BKLJ.. Esq.,   'Miirji-BIU;i*,Wt�.Middles X Militia, .i.WM..PRAHO; Esq   M.H. Thatjhe first mstalmem, bcini?�t. -"^er share, be pa�1 into" the lumotorM.s.rs.i^raedj Digby^ t,ii>x,|li^rnanl aAd New.-tn;nijv jjgo, ;F cett5tre:t,..on pr bijt.ore ihe-48ih iiiaaot, Vihers^aboWc Isopqu-il tor the Sifbjcriptionsot thostdesk* ous of any OftUHcWtiemahik K ShantfS. Mpti EY.-Messrs. XUGA$ Sifid Co. beg ^inform those that niay be iA~Wli>tl^iiid�!�t�ous of b-ttrow�njf..temp6r8ry or pentnnwkt .'Sumiij3l#!iW�4�ifv pos'kfK^il of any SMiKnaMe property, thatkUwy may t� sjh)�> fitiied ,i|ki(h ait^ Suinoii fair ahd equitiibtt Urmii,^"by piyifiii an adequate Annurty Intetest for the s.iini.. As^at!M)>ihunr.y will be sdvanccii to th�$e of known property, on tUfiit per- imliaecutity. ; Persmat ai>pIications�re rtitly w<;eT�W by Me�t�. l.ucas; and Co. at NH. J'Jnlss-ttreet, AifSlpIn,; Strand i ami let-; ier� (pf�5i;'pt'id)�rtswa-red without dH.-iv.      . BXl^HTllijiritJKlQrNAL Ml)        I JVk tO�. stA- ' '       . '   ' WAPliR. rT:^H5;B,A?piS| wiiich Jiavebeen shut for ttiepur-pofOafXenatrjt^^v.'a^e n0�r op�n�l, anHlt h hoped *hal tl*�ddUic�i?il'Noftitfcf �f l^iTh�,:*lldrheof^�er,?<)llVfn!-ch<%Me m�f;4iMn tti;roV $' L�iii(�4i^ (gentlemen Wfw majr {jnwtrM�Vfqp''wtoaivSI\t\i th*< fcatfonag*. ' K.S.. Ai!oiui|l�dioi��.J(i4c�4gc-way'i*.n��te toaUdfnat theiMits. , . :; ;-   tor GirtinHnn-hquae aiKfepfrfijei :jU*e. 'On the vt>l")'*�{5tl>� Ij^ttet Copyin^f-M^ichin* it .\e not' nci-cssary to dvvolli ai'it is^Veli Hn^wn Uiat tweuty lpn|$ let-;t�,rs;jriay be co];>l4(rwyhoiit the pasiibility of e ian oiieof ^modsrste l*ii;�tn'catv b� written } he has likeAvi-iea ^reat variOv of VVrit�ng--4n ig iJ rtginal Manufaittory tot Uldck l.Cttd I'e cl-.. MILfTAkY E!^UCAi;10Nr, BONNYCAS ILE un^ UOMMEY bcKlraye to inlornnhe Nobility and OJHcersol the Afiiiy, tharlhey have'cmoyed a much larger and more eommodioua hoHJe.at the viUaRe of Charlton, about half a inileshurtof WOD)AichG()inuir>ii.   Thc'Situation is rcmark- _______-,      -    ..... -......Ksfparatcrooms. They ba instft�3wd, !  visual, in Math'-matics, Fortification, 9Mn Drawing,Uc. as well as in allother branches connirtten.With a Military Eihicationv They iire aho uuallfiedlor heini; ad., itiilied into any ot the Military i'.siab;i.'>hjients uiulerCuTern-rhrwi, and for theservicjot the Honouruble l!.�st Ijidia Com-pa;iy. For the Plnn and Terms, apply to Mr. Bonneycastle, WoolwichfC^mmon. lor rnoie whp remMU dicmij the Hultdiivs, a Ala ter rek!Ct'me4n the lUussiaitii'nds dftUy. and thd other Wasters occaaimally. HE Pr*'^ef/,a/O^feri i>nJ (iofftiissiofiers of Hfi to r, i',t RE.l.'.ouii.imij of im . tie-St nasnow re.idy. 1' icemasonR.Tavern. PRA^O,-Chairman. '    ' TLN TMOUSAMU POUN13S.. NEXT MONl>AY, M4� zSf mi\i\H t^'C ' F9Hrth Day of 'UrawiuR, wl4e|j the tirat T|tilt(;t.dfawu on*of the' Wheel will receive io,6(S(?l. T'jc h"iit drawn on the following dav, tlie Fifth.'-vvjll '|>c entitled to toibs 1. ; jiacH-^ofitheAc'Capital � " ^ets. ii.ixlepemtent � hSdi-aWn afjflinst ,  . .  , ,----.------ .,je'Tp!cket.n.iay X.iu) Tlje^imwhse^suii* of K '* 'he pce�ent ri- ' �'-�'#."'*H.:ii-(';!:itO^i)0�, 10 8/ BebiJes tljc.fujl^Propprtio�bf thc'iil. Prizes, V. 4,>jo.>o .   IPjOOO jOiOOCl: i,l!oo re- TJ li2HAIl0SON, GOOPLte' and Co A.V spfatully acquaint thfe Publfc, that ihei^OUiHH VJ^^'^^^^S will corfljnence on MONIiAY �5l�RN. jNO.^^gXr at^Teii o'clock, and ,that jji'e tirsl'Dawit w�l ^ceiKitltd il|> T-fN THt)USANP i'OUND^.-TicjC^iS Mi Shaies jvatrantod undrawn cpfl-' �KUiej.i Sale .,t then Oifitcb th,c corner of Bank Buildln^ii, Dinhill. and i.)cm}; the gfe oilths Ititjg'J \iev.,{ Charihif-f I vJhcr* No. i6,2s#, j prize of One Thousand Pomids, :'chfsrdJy< aul No. �.,6!ij, .a/l^iiie of? Mne IJiousand -I'Jds, �hethnil(Uy of ||v,pt&,eAt btat, ^ th sold ma Quarter, a'lVXi ttt, and t-liares'by HlClfAHDsaN,  |)LUC VUmt NEAT,SAl|;^'',,kl DISHXW^/I MV,^i^,.HV' ?4" ify; 8utt�tr, tream;ahirin kinds.. . ji-e^nriuneaain ^tiy thi (? pUt>.' -/tmy ate to.be scan in' w �'J''"^*y/,1I ^'^  .hnl,pppo>inr ht. A'iidrewVCh�> 1"�EN THOUSAND POUNDS for the Fitst X   Dr.i\vn'rit;ketncitt .Monday, May i(),bein8 the |ourih Day ot Urawing.   . St.�tpof thi \\>eel. I 2 t Z 8 t? 36 -  Prize of - IS   - - - 20,1)0.1     - . '     . '   lO.DOO. -   �      5,o<.io , , - .     � s-'Ki^:   -� - � -�   �  -     ... too  � - - 50r,'        '��  - Auda.fuU Proportion of tl.ezil , Tfcketsan'l ^hir'si, warnnt.-il tJndrswn, aressllini; ,lt the oM (^ftTcetofSAVirr and Cm..N(,. n, f,.ti!t--v.        .       / 'mr; buvv^U'^ L.I J,000 4i  at GAlMES's, 53 and 54, St. Paui-S Church ynrd, of;lli;POSl VoRl ES wiur IhltfF^^iljMENTS, and inmiefous'other article',' tast,'ful;and ijjstfultvqf j;reat vantty jintl beauty. Al�oi'orfabte Desks, witif and vviihouT Copyin^'M*�!hinei,contaiauij!�Pvery thing iJleiRtabie"ffor v�-titlng; d wwiujc, aiM (Irtssing; aid disks ot .OM L:anvahed, and ht .lor the rrceptioii ot a genteel .famtly. with stibl;u� for six horses, ai d two cojch houses, an* every requisite uirioe ; liot and green house, lawn and pleasure ground, adorned by a rnniiihg stream, and the most luxurious bliiubs ; seven acres ot rich nic.idow land, a kitcjien garden, well clothed with flicclioicest fruit trees. 'I he tenant may beaccoiiiinodated with the useot jcvws. JurtUer paf-ticulars may he known b/aipplication to James Petty, Esq. Jleachworth, near,DorWinjc,-Surrey -_ "j-rvern l-arm,-l^ccieiMin Kyc, .Vurr.-y : �., -'IpO be LET, with immediate Possession, FRY-X ERW farm, consistiftg ot a capital Farin-house, coach.hoiise, stable,, a'ld upvardt of 147 acres of-arable, m&atlow, and pasture land.- 1 lu Hnuse.anl up wards of 100 acres, arc prop..siiil to be upon a lease tor i.( years, and the rent fsjr shorter periods, to such persons of approved respon-siiMlity as shall riUTcr tliehu-h st rent, t>v Letrc, addreise;l to Messrs. Shawcs-and l.e Kl imc, New L>rKl){e--freot, Black-Iriars, before the istday ot June next. 'I he Estate may b; viewed, by applying to Mr. Tagg on the Prcnusesj and par:, ticfilars may be had of him, and of Mr. Towniev, Land Surveyor, Walworth, and .cf Messrs Sliawcsand Le Blanc. '   ' HUl>:sE i'v* i-Ef.   ^ ;.   � ' TO tie LET, an;l entccd upon iinmediately, a MODERN riOUSIv, in corhplete repair, compris-ng threr sittng-rooms,eii;ht slee.-iH)f-rooms, garrets iiitludeJ,_a. grtod kitchen, capiial cella s, brewhou.ie, and other csnv.ni-ent olhces, a'garden,  ir without about f >ur aces of fue (low land .idjomini:, st 'ilesi and coach-houjcp'eisantly situated .T Slialden, two mies!from Alton, Hamp%!iire, eight from l - OlLF0RirfipUSE7 v'ith 24 Acre^ ot->RlCH: XVX Land surrbtin'ing, protluitive ^ar�L-n, with"grapfl.( l-'heuie,"shrubhtry, Ifc.-. withni-4 -mtlps of liyiniiigton, to Ijfc Ltl furnished tor an iinexp rett terra 01 six years ; tli^-house contamsdrqwing ro-ini and dining rojin 30 teet by^o '^ach, and 14 f^erhigh; breakfast parlortr,inpiiiing room, ^library, fi>ur hest bed chambers, three dtessing rooms, five 5Cfywitscluin!?ersvkiiclien, siullery, servants hal , butler's ipantery,- house-keeper's room, two water closets, two stair-castis ;'detachetl are ti\o coach houses, harncss.room, two ''loVir-stalled stables, bfcwhouse, laundry, waggon and can Msh�U,*C.&c.'J'hc.situation is smgnlarfly b.-aunful, c .m-inaiidilig detightful views ol the NjwUe I'.ocks, West Gil iitl, l�le of Wight and surrounding towns and' Villages,. Sdisiatitthree quarters of auuletrom the Sea, twenty-two ftom Sn^'ithfiaiptpo. -and" twcnty-toiy from Salisbury, the Terms.al'e moderate. ^Ftirfliier^utnipuUa may,bckwoivn ofMr. Georgp Hookey, iScath yinj{ Machina^ usetuijoi: ajsua'cb ?u�t ��-HHiracyv proiluccsj in bneihstant'a of a 'Slieet of nunu-jicriitt, whrchh^ngkopl-essel, tnusr,;be^'-x.tgt,   '. _ - ^    �"' � ^. �   J)fcARTJi a�k'>i()1n1E?I     T*n TT 3* '*h ur>iversally fch'*fe^l tlat MONEY, on H^.Ahl:} IS almwt b<^coiue Unj-ttainatile <  "1 he Papers iKiddtdistiUuncSisnmly teem With ojl.rs, but (saviAg tnvnjcaiate answer; and ifm London, a confidential aupointmont at the Author's House, the VVest I'nd rtt the l�>,wn. .    _ .      . Ni:vv RVPruuE society.    * STABUSHfCD  li'OR THE  RELIEF  OK B )'1'H SEXES .AFFLICrKDVVITH HERNIARY CU.MPI.Al.M i;.S AND PROLAPS!iS.~lt Ins b.-jn es-tunateit that at least one perso.i in hftetn is ruptured -, but anion,; those cl-issss otrlie communitY v/hich ars mncn ck. posCvl to labniious em;)lovrrjent,tbe average mly b;i-tited at one in eight or nine ; and it'istound thai, ni jiome p-incular parishes, the jiroiwtion may becomputeu'at evcila tourth of rr.e lalwisTM); po|)ulafioj^ j   ' - 1:11s coi:iptai(it (snRTiConfi lert'to any p.irtieiilar age or sex, ;iicr is tttne consequence pfMepravert Ji.Hbifs or tmmoral-be-lnviiHir: but U arises fr'>ni a iiatiiral bodily deftfi, or liorrv verv. un.isiial exertions, at any peiiod fjf life; and ciinb: neiifisr t uviseen n-ir avaiilci), eitiier by she weal.hy of the-poor,   With'>ui.vime!y am it ^enrrdly terminaies by a pain-tnl JiJiJ rai>Kl di-silution, m e;irl; nre, or during the vi.-cinr li.ot tnanho .d V aliiumgh, in a m.iji;itv  ! ca^es, itstathi oon-seq-uencus iniiy aim Jit certainly i>e previuteJ by tliL- ^ipplica-!f Hi of an apiiroiniate I russ or t-ornpreis.   IVolpjvscj are' � not, indi:crt|��r.iji!-IJy couinion ; bnt yctocvur mii;h mof Ui- � .q.ijcnllv tha;i an in.utrnijve o'.iscrver might lieaj)t'ti> suppi.s;', .UKl arJ'c'^tc^uH^-ti;C(rfjnt t y oPjeotsarj commonlv iliaiiblrd t>ont tnl-ti'.ling tlic oii.iiiary Unlics. ot iheir st;�lions. '1 he extri;ms ua'"-g=' ot the^e coinpla-nts, and tiie gre;ii rionvciiicn.es on-tjilodon those pitiable beings who survive their inihtorMinc, have giVv'ni.'irtn to an iiiiiiim-raile host ol.. 1 riisi-sfllur-, Rupture-niiingcrs, Women-doctors, and ignorant iniDost �ts ; so that "no tli�eas- (as ihs lare c-lrhrated ;vlr. Poit , serve:.), his ever tiiriT.shed such a constant succ-ssnin of quacks as ruptures h.ive." oy .idopting a system ot ecom-iny in the h�rm it.o . rnd nian.igeniunt ot a permanent fund tor thcivlictot these unfortunaie sufferers, aniimbei ofSiii). scrib rsot On - or 1 wo (.uineas each per annum, may be enabled toadinniistfr cr�nsolation to thousands ol their tellow-creatures, who would otherwise diemiseiaMy, or liveunpro-(itable nieinbers of the conminiiity. Several hundred pjunds have^lrtjady been coutrdiuted tor- the support ot this tsta-blishment;      , ^ t,. OneobjeJhon, and only one, it is her? proper toant-cinate, lest some bcnevoieiu persons should suppo�c thee; 11 n.i absolute necfs.sity for thij institution;.iiam.'!y." that thee already existsa Society tor these specffic ohje;f3.V-'Jurin.; the year 1796, a Society wa. torm.d in this Aictropolis tor tlie; aole puri>ose ot giatuitously affording surgical a-.'sistanc v and Trusacs to ihsrupturrd poor ot either Sex.; but.iUnfortu-:-ately, some circumstances occurred, which induced ths prnicipal Patrons of t'lat Institution to d .scontmui their saniVion, and at length to withdraw Ircm 11 e itifely ; -ip-pcars from the subjoined t rm of a re;>ignation, sent to the Treasurer of the Society above alluded to : *' We, the undersigned President, Vice^Presirlen's, Treasurer, ami Life Governors of a Society form.rly instituted lor t*lc Relief Ot tl'-C Ruptured Poor, t^nnk 11 incumbent on us to decUre, thiit in oonsvcpnnce of our disapprobation or the condu(^t i)t some of the tMhcers and Managers oi that Institiv tion, we consider ourselves as having had nocon..;.'X�on with the Society (to which Sir John Pii-horn is now said to be Treasur.;r J .Vlr. William Turnbuil, Surgeon; and iV r. /riibmas l)>ke, Secretary), since the 15th diy nt December, iSoo ; nor have we ever �.inc\ionee, Tfudi', '^r ">mi AlihltJPircand LifiJOffiet, A�i� - lo; j^nt. THE DiR�CToi(Rs ot the AtBio.v fiai atid Lifs iMsUaAscs Conu'rtNY beg icj^v* to (iati the-alteiition of tit-; L-'H&lic to rie numerous and important advantves lord.d by this tstablishinent, twth with rt^petl to Ii.sur�n-ces iro.Ti tire, -itid on Lives. The DircC* irs havedetsrmin d tooiiiH no improvement o^ which such an X.r.$;iiutw;r is caiLible; ar.dthey f.:el urged to every pqssible effort tor t.'^e pu v.ic accommoriatirn,'by the Li^hdegreeetercaara(f�me;.t wi'ii whxh the Co;npany has liitiicrr* been hc�oured. Frlnltd FuriicuLn are del"vcreJ, free of expenct, at tic d.n-ptnj'itiuuse in"<.n\fiai-.\\.vtt, l'cuMKliL. Atlend.i'^'-e dx'ly *rr,m ^ine ta FiUr, By Urd^rrif the B lard, NVA P N f; l< PH;:' P,';, .Cec   I AU'^TION pf;_lvV01CS and HOfiARTH's PRIN TS- ( Signed) President, Melville. Vil'e'Presidents. M. Oa thsiiore, J. heavisid--, . Johri Julitis Angersiein W. Windham, Robert 1-lanUey, V\'alter Kaiquhar.       {T'rcasntvr. J. W. Adwii. i^i^OOJiS continues to have on, sale, .        tattrjry, and Notti^igham W aichiiiuse, court and Old Uonnd-caurt.'iiearly oppasnje Vork-Uuildmgs, aY434j in the Stia^dian �xjfnsivjf>and yalvuble aisortmeiit ot llQSjtr.y,�ol .every desCrptifln, vvhich tor e'egance, neat- tsr.iTOniseli, can tiipO:isesK:f� oim. ?*ej(� invented Wire Hurdlts, jAr enclosing an'I toldiftg tar nretprablc to wooilVorkliifvibiliiy d,ivl appe^anc ? 'LtHraeri fpr V*iiii.oii, t>,-�hwi tot I'lrds, and WiK'-' ttrjr ij)�ny      Lftr �s,  -iK;,-. Cile-Gbvernofs.,' Henry Hnare',. VMlii;im Aleri, ' W; HiillTinflicli Al^ralwm Goidsmld,       Robert Thj.i'n:o4i, Samufl'1 iiorhton,'. Mepry 'Ihpr.itop)' -James Farrfti 3. -   , �..eoige W^lt,        ' Teignirjouto,' .    " W. Wi(be4:rc     � , , S  Pdnfclm  > stgnccio this ibject of Its totmatioii, 11 is named I he New Rup-turpSoiciety lor the Relief of both s.txss jilHicted w|th Herniary Comptamts antf Prolapses;  *The Patients are � ti* , ami i'o. Lpinbitil-stict; " Mes'^i'-. Raniiom 'and Co.. rail- Mall,' AwVbyfM*/John Sawyer, No. aa, (.'leat.bt. ^ames-strcet; Beiltojtdro\v,,C. Hector    the Snci-;ty, 0.1 v\'ltommay be h d  )tui|ted Ril?s i!t this Institutmii.     � i'ublished by.  .   VV.     .A,L..Ei\', ^'ruicipal^eprctuy. boad-, ACATALOGUE of rare and valuable iiUOKS, AiuieiTt and-Modern, Incliidin? the Libiary pf Chis. Otway, Esq; a grtat y.-iriety of the m')�t esteemed m ;dern Works, envirelvn^w, and some interesting M muscripts,- by the late Colonel If.mside, th; pra[>erty of JiUlN STOCK-r^ALE, whicli Will be SOLD.by a'JCTION, by Mr J. SroCKDALE, Jvn. atfheNew Auttic-n Rovim, No.iSo, Piccadilly, opposite Hurliiig'o'nHt nj-.. I hiS>ale will commence on Mond.vv, the 26th insta-%t, at Twelve o^Clock to a Minute, ir;i.i coiif.niic the Seven f'ol. lowing diys. Sun lav excepted. To be vi-wed two d.iy^ preceding the S,-.!.-. and Caralugucs, price t'oe Shil'.':n�; to b** h-a ot Mr. Sfockdals, Picca-.iiilv ; Mr. Walkc, Pater, nostar-row   and Messrs. Unstnw and Cowtan, Conteiburv. .�'I'h'sday is.pub'.ishel, in a vols.. 8v0. ijKce iSs in I FAMILIAR  LF.nCRS from ITALY friend in ENCLANO. fj. i'!'. rtU l!ECKi'Oit wo-n liny .-iljo be li;iiv '1 he ^Ir^t jnd Second t-'irts, and the s"ccee>!ing Parts till the work ts comp};t94< IH twelve part.?,tiS propo >iis nntt-r, ra h-ir practical "han S'leculauve, a nl c-ilcu-atC'i t-i s^rv as : . _ COMPANION TO THE PEERAGE.   " This day IS publislied, price 95:6.1. i:i l;oirrts, or los. 6d. hound in red, m ni't tlixk and tlosey pruited Volume, thestzeof l)ebr.iM'i;!;i(i.X?3.-sioy's P:;efagi. A BIOGRAPHIC\L IXDEX iu iHEPRE-k\. SENT HOUSEofCOMMONS, c'i^ni.-uiii.j brief but coirt^t Niiticeeot the Lives, tne trannlv a.id i'srty Connex-it>!is, the Senatorial Lh.ira:!?r and Contlucl, anl asl other u'.eful and satistadory particu ars relitive t:; itil the ,MtiVl-iJEItSot iheCOM.vlONS Ht) USE of P A r !.l ANtt S 1' ; (t.-awn tipand printe ind ?.�rry, Leadcn:s-?'l-5lr.'sr ; 1'. Oateil, Av.e-.\Iiria-laiie ; and to be hatf oi all o^,ok^.�^leIS i;i t. wn ai d country. HEl^ev.^HLLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT an rilHLlHl'S IMI.LS. Thffxclnsive Sale of this valuabli m rd--treeT, (.oxf nt-gardcn,' and is now established at' the Rev. V, iiham 113 e!;n- s v.-jrehmise, l.cicestei-^squa^e i wjiere tiie pihlic may huas^uv;'jt havini; them in their pure and genuine state. Mr. Ricirard Butitf, N". 4, Chcaj-si'tt -being- iiniKiiateil- sole V. Irilesn'e Atent, all \vliolesale order.*, both in toivn jind country, are le-quested to be adJiessed to bim, who will rasfce the rraJe ilie usual-allowance t>!one ar.- c�(Uine-b-.it thuse hnving a Bla motlCsam^clJ!e^o^J�U8t;lAlu^^�ptlc*, may t�e kcit untn- b iseas*f. .\s there are v..ii u> spunsiw nnitdCiOiis,^ tw^J^f tb<� ssme a dsimilar nanics, s:ime ot whicn iiie vnjoilo'trl* 'r--pr sent-e  i-ost-rYe, that the names of ri-{0.v;AS und V� I I.IJA'M M ENK V, 'Miinch:stcr, arc rngiaved cn cm^.i .Ntainp,. tb touaterteit winch iS.a capital tep.-iy The AROMA riC .I'llvl'l" "rVINE  sold wlud siU- and ret vl, by Baylo) ji-d Slew,'No, ji � ]n:r-sir:el,(ihe only .'.ntnt* jn Lon ion nmhotiaed hy tite i>ri>|.riet;v.N }) wn-remay btf h.ut, S(m�agt! B'>5t--Sot Cold,Silver, (.ort:i;P,vi Cystal, <:c, �ls% . HENRY'S CAI.riNil) .suai.NKSIA, m Ixittlcs 9t ask  u. and large', with >;U�:> iloppcrs, at^s. ui),-1;!!!::! iianitfi lonifi on the sumps. , J   

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