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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 26, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THEXTK:^ ROYAL. ?C(WrNfT-OA:tpEN. HIS PRESENT EVENING vill b: ptrtorwed !   aTrawlv, callVil � ^     ^iVo HEMRV/THK EHTH. Henry, King,"*''      ^" Mr. Ktrmblo; .Cat r ; UEMRV THJl EIGHM H. � Hii^Iantl, lift. "Pope ; JEairdhial WoIsfV, tharif1^,.Qu.een.of*flKl3m^ >lrs...Si.U16ns, Wyh TOM THtJMy;       -  ' O !>eLET'tbr a Term-br YearR, commencing- , ms r"^te InoU-nW applying i^Thosfa's^alk.ieV i'lvl-,1' � I .a, Trtaslisfr, Manchester; tn.ay�wi)n .VwoshU in il'e '� cn the- Hsrries.iniftoit-i Di-.y he coiicmdsji with as JiftJe ffeTnV as (Wssiblt alter |.rcif ii;crM�e�i his t-iock' of ejeganf and cu won sale thebeat t olleiUion uniiis kinj?-dom.TC^ri?'^Vieiy.of Book!?. c;ame9, Cartls,.jtJissrCtims, riband \Vorl^'lU�Cx, '1 ea Cad.lieSi pchl^s, F*4n' 1^)3 >>-autifullvinl�idand vaniishfd-TiKJthpirk Cas's, i,,=,, ^ Bottles, Snulf-Unxe�ai�l.*'otketBoolts, nwnnted m (..old avid .Silver; Kancy Arixlcsot all k�ids, oj the newest Fitsh-^i-.ns -nfiuiiineliiigUihand I'preignrcrimnety, ol tlie vc/y best cnialitlea. � ' ' ' � . , --              CrURCV" (JHi-JlANS.        ' NOTICE, is hfreby giver.,, that a Genefal Qar-_ terlv MKl-'MNC:. the Si),CrE r\ for iiiaji)t;iii.iiii{ am! i'duciVnn; i"ior Ondnnsql-Cle'jsvmeii rill ofage to he put Anoreiitice, "id be htltl at the'Jrown and^nclior'l avcrji, jiVthf Sir-iiid, l.'xiclon-, nil I'liursday next, tUeigth uistaiii, at ciiiht o'clock in the ev'-'auiR. - DUbAl'IQT^...-^ FRENTH GENi'LEM AN,. Jtli Avho has! received 3 ClaSsicul, F.eliicalion, .and iinii.-'s 20  \ciirs. ptae\icnlp>fvcri�iice in the jiiStruMldn or' youth, with a �jienersl kiiowledije oHJie ^v^)rld, hiti fo'tned anestaDiishment ior ei(;')t younR flsntl-mtii, et;h*r to finisJi their cdncatioo, or fit tlK-in tor flic Uiiiversttv. ri)e MafcirYdtif* are .pj-tt-culsriv �!t*mU'd to, and !*rem;h is usually spoken in.the lairiily. .   -    )hy, and thctt'-e of llieOlohes,: loiRnmeas, entrance, u ptnneas. The Young .Cenflem n live with the faittiU* are occasioiulSy. introduced , intocuinpaiiy, and arem every respjjj, treneii with parentul tenderness, liiemost respectable relerciices will be givtn and requitd. ,  : For particulars please to-apply to Mr. White, Hookseller, Tleetstfeet, London. . - ' "� AIIL! rAKY M)UU'-U lOM." MESSRS. BONNYGAS-ILIT >ficf BomiEY beg l odious h''n�e,'at tRe viilanc ot; Chafltf)ii, about half a. mil '�h<�rt n. riie s'lviiti.iii is rfniurk-:iMy healthv .tnd pleniantjaiid be-ides a i cHtonsivcranK*" ot vr und attached to the promisest tor exercistt, some or the Ocn-tiem-'p can be .icconiinodated with .scpariite rooins. I^hsy w�l I lie iu.itruded, a(iiisiTril, iii Math'-niatics, lortihcan-n. Plan 0^a^-1n5, &c. asAvtUn* in-all oiher brani;litfs cftiinetled with Military buiication. 1 he v. ar?. a.liT ou dided f �r b-'ing.acl-. iiiMted into any .-ittljo Mihtalr.V tstab.i^luiiei'ti iindct Cijvern-ri-Tt, Mid tor the i�vic-*oJ*th**tt)tiyuri�blc Ujsi t.�d*a CtMJi- For the i'bn and Tcriuv ap''lv t'> {y'r.: Hon-ieycastls, �^vDolvvich toinrn.'Wi    For^ooi.- wliu rc-in,*!!! ([uru'.ij tlie ��T,)lid.iys, a M.i .ter reiulmff in Tire Hons; artenis  ' ucue-^sor to 1 li^vl.ite  I hom�s "^'-i'lng) o^fts ie:ive b) liirorm tii^N iImIiiv a d'l.i.-nuv, ihit lie Ins n-T.v .nil safea la>-.e ay^O!iiiif,t of tlie best iivcls. Ut)\Vs ;iJid AHK  L O U K MIDDLE ION,  in St. Miirrtn's-lane, whu. vi|J correspond with any smal- ((iianin y ih .t �i3y be takaini� trial," I*ficeV-l'ort 44s. Sheity ^Sj. per doMif. .bottlci.mc1udw1. . r  -.  ,    -:. .    . SHltJHTlW Ol4UimA^..IUVl-B.,\THK l-OR~&l?.^r W \ I Hi THE BATHS^ wl.io!^ ll aT favaiK rht l.'r.'priitfsm \*itii thcif I'mrhnag-. h'^il'^li* m^de to^and.fioin XTOBtSMEN, Gl:NVLl[i;^/JEN, '&c.'Mrf  re-' ' >t fp(J*tt11f5 irforiftifUf*ytftv*l�'^i|Tt'tot'�''Jo",-y m tlie i-U, Mamaiji' s/ttterT-enfi^rwidow?' iJ.^itriC^, Olcify s Livini!'(,or ufv'otiSer't'tiliirti'tJ?! ' TetM^is'>l ie*P'-i .  \ l-vnu *ij su/voitc)^ their, Ia'K^�)NAL Sli^lJ.-   'v^^'^^^-7-   "-j^ .yupftK.iii'jii b-om twfllwe ttit two^/or ,Iettefs*(pist; jfuitO. -'dto, Me�>rj,.     vl� riua (jg. No. io,.Soutli.sw�:t; iS'ike'eMsquiT*   (i>-LjAH^iYAfvl, bupalvie; C^olour I'rcp^rcr 10' �iue Cr A lTo> : Ko  LftE .< S    of theCOKNIY I'.ALATINL of CHIiSTEu. ""ITH the warmest sjiu'irtertts of grittitmW, I begjeave to returii-you mv heartCel't think'.* for the : very high and distini;iiishe e execution of the grv-at aiui resin nsible truiit y^u have reposed ifj trie j and tll4t � it sb.ill'beiny constant endeavour to \>r ve myself not Un-Wort'iy of the Cjiiliajuce yon h:ivc t)e;ii su kind as 10 honoyir me with. , .        . , I have-tlfe hrc'^ur lohe; Centlcriien, .Vv';ith itrarcrul reve-:!, '   Your mcsf f^''hf�t aiui obedient humiilf s-rvanty,, ^, CliPsfer. \'3y a.31. :i8--6       .       -.       OA V-l;,N'>^V'fe^~ A r a Gtneral. Mo^-ting ot the bu'.iscrjiters to* the iTL VJJ*U)N, or I'UOVlWUN'l' tNSri VUTU)N� vVN^i 1>KAED, Hsq. M. r: inVheChair,-; , l.t.wBn Kesolyed IJi.aniin'msiy, - That Ih ill�wxJBttJi?/�fttoDicrt, friends t. Fleet-street, on ur before th-j aiit'i fnsiaid, where .1 book Is cp.;ned tor the .Subscn'iptions ot ti-.ose desirous of ariy ot the fiW remainii)g Shtf:es.      . � : \/M. l'R.\ED, ehai-mafl, FfefiTi-iton'i 'nvern, Mav ii. tSt6- , " �       ^   . DIVIiM'.mTT   "      ' :       '   �'. Noti'.c tothcCredi'orsot'MARlJ.-XKET.and El.lZAIiCTH A l.K li li, of Fre>fon, in tl;.; County_6t' Lav.casitir,-Willi, neis �.mil Ciip-iM-ners.    ; . '    :    . HEREAS the s9ra MARGARET aMELI-/,Airt-;TH   X I, R^K, dd, by Jnih:nture-,'-Waritj�; D ite tit 20ih of SemrYi^lier last, a^ijin over Their Sictlc in Trade. a!!d all other tjitir'persona I h-siite and |-.ile;i!!l t,0 ' Mr.IOHN  1 ntsie.cs liaving pr^t^^ed-' ed to convert the said Sto<,k in 'I'ruic aMitAF.ir-cts into M'*-ncy,. and bfetrg also desirousotiu.ifi'.lini^%,Trusts reposed-, in them by the said liidfiitivrr, uoticS S'thcrot te hereby yjveii, to all and every the l,rea!t rs of the said Marg.?ret arwl Ivlizafjeth Alkcr, willing to cojue in and ex.'cute, a<.d aUo 10 accept a Dividend under the sai-l .'Vssujnineiit, tU: i), an.i Howard, iif I'rcslo* iitor.-'said, an .�\ccoudtof i!ie,u,si've-;),l Debts and i 'emaod.s, un or hit re tfie 4'th l)a^' of J w? ue^'i ; or tliev wiU b^ oxcl'iile 1 the Hei-ichi oMhc s^ul DivKteiid. : I'resron, May 6, lEof), FRY^H R Nf F A \< M.- j^-ck ham Rye, Surriy. O kepl'V, vvhli.imnii.'.iaic Piissession, FRY, -t'ARM, consi,tii ;ii-.d I'o'niiis ihc Tr),tJ.)av�.;aiut Nii;.'4i,ftX.% a^}'Ti�f'of (/lit: I liousind and I wentv-oiic. �',>Hiidsj tiic ihiirtt D;iy ol the i)ri-seiit Stale lottery, were b-yth Sole', in a Quiir-er,' ai. J-:i,li-h. a:'d ten .Sivit'Sniti Share's'bv . RI Cil.iRDSON , GODDI.OCK, aiiO. Co.' �    .        .: n\ li\Ty~'[ i'OUsANI:)' I'OUNIjr  the I-ir.si-Di'invu I ii:i.e[ .next 1'iltui.y, May 30, l)eing the lilrh iJay ot Uiavvinj;-. -.- I -�  l'r;z2 of      L Hl.ilC of the >Vlv;slv i 2 .8 1? 30 .7.^,ima( -      is       I,.25,000 -           I0,00{> - I0-,0 o ^ -  5,000 - -�       - l^-.oor); \'     ��   -  .     5-'o      �    . - 4,000 .  - - 100 - ,   1,,5/iQ. �   - - Jo - 1,890 ,   ' Aluia hill rr.iportioii.of the 21I. Puzm. /I ickets .1:1(1 ^I'.ir^s, ivair.inti.'d 'vHuImvh, ar-; sellntg at the-olii (>rtii.-eoJ       t 1 iinciLo. No. ii, I'oiiitrv. WAiVl at: MiciiuoInKi.s iiexr, or sooner, by a "IcrgyiTiaiv in full Oidi.Ts and i,'-ado:ii2 ol the l;n'-versitv ot Oxford; a C UR.^C V in a. l-huifrtiil situalion witnin a hundri'il ijules northwa'di i;t London, whrreihe Adverii.ser can be ciili.-r actouunDdaitd �ith t'-.e whole- or part of the I'arsoira,-:-hoa.c furn;5hcd or a co.iVenfenr.Hdgiiig near the Chii(cii. Raf--T--iuc.io!- t.-se h^st lespi-ctahiliiv, c m Os Of. fer-tl and ruvea-lv attention given to htieis, |ii.st-pjid, dirtct-td lo.-a .^'o, 4ftfi, ^�t^�!.c. \r art- TpO^ be LE r, and enrefe i-house,stablying fors?-^ lior.-,es, gre-n-hous-;,hrt-�-. hou.iC, waslv-htms-;, granarv, &c. detached, wit^i a'vmt iwo actesot ple.iMire ground and carden, well stccktd with fiuit-trqes, ani crppyKftl, and with or -Without about two and a half acres ot mcailow land attjoinin?, �lirtant I'ovn C'antcr-bii�y four mites, from l)ov^ twelve, and -ftom London sixtv. �� � ' � . . Tlic Prcmi.ses trt.wb'jse^n :byiappfu;-irlon to Ml-; James W.arrjrn, SllV'Sfsitiii'h; .Cantttbury,of AtBaiim l�lBce. >. ; ."�^�'"^'�^^^ ; "T^O Iw iL^.'r, and ehterecl opoti iinmetijateir, a. 1. . in'>sr Sitibstiirttial, spachoirs, atirt tomtbrtable FRII;. HOLD Diy KLLING-HOU.*;E, shadcl by a fine -creen ,.f tiill grown 'elms ; comnrismg elegant, large', slud chearfui nK�dermz..-d rooms, well adapted for a lar.e and grntcif t-i--.iiiilv ; the .Avliole being in cmipletRrep-nr : together with Stabling lor ci>;ht liurses, st,->ulincs tor tiiree c.irriag,.s, and numerous offices of-every de-.crrptioii; pl-jsnre grouml. completely seclud^'d, and laid mil 1,1 a bcauiitul. lawn, over-shaded bv .itatelv trees, and skined by luxuriartt s'lriiWe'ies  a capital fruit wall, the traes of >\ liicn site in a high state of jSertection 5-wiih-kitchun gardi-n^ abiuulatitly stockeu and plained, and a very pioduahve and exceedingly rich piece of me.iilow: the tthdc containing about lour acres; t',gcther with a v.iluahle right or larinage for six cows or f lur !�.rsev, in iherich mead called l.aleharu liiirvvay, \vhich also miy bo c^hsidcredequ-Hl tjanadditipiin! four aces of land. This dcsinible property is delightfully situated ufir tl'.e flanks of iheThimes, at Lalehatn, Middle.sex, ccyTini-inding a (itw branch ot the River, and an extensj'e aiid varied la-.ul-.scipe, in vvljjch Sr. Ann's liifl, the town of Chertsev, 0-ir-lailris, and tiie Woods of Littleton I'ark, are beautitiil objefls-Tb^neighbourTfoo-:! lis highly g.'nteel, the roa .s excelleni, fli'dt'ie �'0>r and I'arQclual Katss very moderate. Distant 17 m Iqs from London, 2 tiom Staines, 1 from Chertsey, and 7 frolti Wiiiil.-ior. - F r I'a'tvculMfsipquireof Mr. Qillman, I.fleham. M.iy 12, -lbo&. r : ; . . Dii.^RTH (,)F MONEY. TT. is an umverSaUy felt fart that, MONEY on X iOA.N, is a!ra*v>t b*come iiinttainable! IhePapers indeed still uncMSingiy refm with offers, hut (s.iving on � or two) thev areali a kittdof V^CiJifliiry i|uackerv, li Ming fo'rb i'lt.illible accomfii() ;fiienir.tf the tiis?.av,e, by ledioiis tieaty',-irtjiuiuu.s exposure, specious ex-a.'lion, ami hiwl dr-ap;-oii-.tment I From this (biu too.jus^) !! cusaf.t^j, Mr. 1-!. J ft ('KhON, claims entire exempinn. fiie extent and opulenceot hi'.coiuieCfions (the distinj'iislied meed fit vf ry many vears u,-iiiiu>cacha >Ic protessionaal prac t'ce) civably hiiii, as hitherto, to.M toi.v. rr. the loan ot, from but i>.ol, lip 10 2.^0-jo! ,vr.jnote, by Redeemable Annuirv, and the 1,11 e"?st alJne r^<)Uired to be sfcured upon Land, iloiises, til-? Fund.-;, SenIfmeutSi Jointures.-Church KrCfer-mor.n. .ind other Life, InC'fUtfs v 15'it Iro.ii pcnpleof Hank, 01 high rtsp-el iliilitv, notSuii); nic^re than merely personal te--cunry isd.rsir'id. Iji e\orv-iv:^)tt.iir,tn co.ttided to Mr. fack-soiv^ and wh.Ch'iit! ii�Ji�l�ke,s,..ur,-ac as') to ^Tr 1!. Jacksni, to be left at the New Chapter Collee-h.'oae, l.^ukcs-uourt, l.oir-if-acri;, if.t'"->in the Country, A ill (/iimmaiiil an iiniriwi.ite answer ;-tiff if in Lf)i-il(� . fis, valuvbi: meiiicmc bcit>g iiov/ v�tPd solel',- in ihi Kev. V\ il-li.im. U'.rcl^y, and tbc>seappiinied by him, the tiirrhirs,-ite('f !hs 1,^111, is, in c.iis6piiTice, enti'clv dis:',ntin;i.-d at the V.fa!?o:atorvj No. 35,l5lJ^I!ntd.^tre.'t, t nv�ur.-j;ai-Ji'u. and is now esijMisbwl at ihe Rev. William Ha'clav's Vv.-rehou;.';, i.iMccsiec.st;it:ire ; wliervthe public .may be iissircd >r iKivuig tiiein in their pure and genuiu-? stare. Mr. Rndiard Huiie;, .N.;. 4, CJiea,'m.'lc bein<.,ap()ohueil sofe VV h riii those that lu.iv bj mwa.t, ami desirous of b irr.iW!-:g teint'orarv or i)'.v:ii!infflit hums ot Mouey, 'nn-l jjls-'-sS-.d of am assiiii.ibl-c; [noperl v, that thev. mav be sup-|ii!ed vMili .SIMM on tail iiiii! eqnilibL* tetitis, bypayiiig ;ni Hd�{|ii-jt>.'Aiviiiity liilofi'st ti>r the sii'.ie. .-Vs also mcmev wdl he aiK'anctrii to tiiuooof l-.nowii pioiicvtv, on ihcir per-^yiial security.  .    - I'ers'iial aoiilica'rjns ?rt tl ily received by Messrs. Lucas and Co. at No. 2. Jamc-i-strei-r; Adelplii, bttaiul; a:id Itt-tt^'s rp-isr.pu'l.i .^;l^:^vlr.�d withinit delav. MiNLRAL -1 .-VR ijKO'-VN. .-\ND TA1NT.S. MlNhi^.AL OIL o-fcs I-Mye>�#n4,t rifcpettiv4j to ulf.irtji t ims brauKht to the itrcatest ,-.nfa�it>n Jvu .. _ ''-ornti'the loit cMyyt 10 i uled Njil.es-.;, ^ men, Mti3�?i,'1,^oiVrfi'5'no� WutiM g.tr,. aiuii that at ma*! jbr,.iis�(i with the ,gre.i.ti 1 tjf'ttljssjat ifc Ud. jjid is td. tai h. with p'oper �lir.(!lions, i..U'wi,e h's t4imv T^in(  b Ji�rKAl�-,to,Uie ytofckingt, therefore the, Wtt.(l to7>hsc/w, ,tji,it the K�puiiie .irticle Is Ijst of the'articles w.ld by him.   Likewise rapt ,Hj> Ti-IE former h retoinmended for coating Wooder> ra.uiRs., Out-houses, SlicV.s, and Counirj W.rk m gene-ral, as vvcll as t-i exclude the worm from Ships' Uotioms'iii l-.irt climates} the latter, foriron Rail ngs; dates, ami Feuc-s iiroiind I'leasilre-Krounds. i he whole cf tl>c>e Pahits are' prepa-ed by an enine wew process, are.fuil hoilies, andljave rciii.ukable prf)|)frti-s in excluding n*.oi.>tyre ami vermin, iikrwise the dry rot from gemiig into w-.�oili jJreventing tri.n fro.n-fu�l, &c      .- .: . f; ,�  -.,  Mineral. Tar'Hrnwn 2(1. :]K;r lb, .Choci l:ite Ic'aiiit .'.fis. per cwt, .  liivi-.ibl'i G.ieen" ^6v. per ditto;   - � Slate, Ston-, or Lead Colour 34'5.perdit!o. Olives,^ddh^rtijt.Shades, h.1. per lb     � �Preparal Mineral Oil, 4s. per talion. V"    ,.     -, JIw above are in a state ht fjri u.se, easy 111 their applica-ftoii, ai-'d lifiiy he lai�loii bvacommon labourer.        -   , , .iVV Ijjte I eadt and n vanrtyot other articles 'n the Colour IW, ar�:;,-ilif.t ai Cuiiipusition^ Sold under the iitloot .S.tit of Leftions are not onlv meffeoliial, but idnt thfy burn and destroy ih'.-' Linen, 1 ilwuk; H t'ecesMfyto intorni,the Publt, th� jny true l.fiseu*ialS,(li fif (.cnitins'ls. only to be Jiad. wlipUf-salc and retailf at' iiiv sho\) Ml vK ckspur >trt'Ct, and that i\ff,>f i� � to bo d^HOnilcd,iip(�iru.vini>e but what has my signature on tlia bottom 'of ciiuii 1,�a,' anil ifn the cuisidn of tfiffwrapplff.  w uayUx. N.R. '1 h? bait ot-Leipons \% )>articularly usetltl to tatlies in washing i'licir hands, is it liu-tatiily fakes out the ^(mim of frutt,*;(i!opii;^l gjpves,. fitc-iand is much uiorii agr�e�blo,to,u$e than lemon 11 self.      -    ' '       - '-1 ,�� At ihtfMihe placenwy b� had, UavJev's.>cp*>,C'ing,llr^ftf, to; t^taiigfjl^fen^s out of.bilk, ^tuU", Wollcn thoiU, etc. -Tn i he I'.asi Ftidieji, I havo coiitrailed a BiHoiu Com plauit, tosiich an ai�rpimg�xtcilt... as to b.vsca.rcfly able at iimc-s to pay ilttentioo to tne duties ot my ship. 'l'h'oui;li th'; r'ciimm~-nd.;Uon of a friend, -I was l^d to make trial t-i your Dixon's A.NTiDrt,toi;s Pii.i.s, by the Uia of whch, tor a short tun , 1 was, to mv astonishininr^ ifmii-?d:ately relieved ; arul have been, fc.'a long jvhile totally trse trom anv returns of nausea, \ellowneis of i-!ic skir;, nervous and x'ck head-achs, heart-burns, giddiness,-and ether orrc-sponiiiUi; .symptoms of ttju above coiwpla nr. 1 lie success of >our re-m^'dy has induced me to rec-'mmeriil if eene-Hl'y, aTwf niy: broihe', tn a'ticuli', i.^ird (ifh :-,'r of tint D'jke of .Montrfsc Indiaiiidii. '%  holesale and lie-tiil at Vlr. Butler's, No. 4, Cheapside, corn-rof Pitcriioster-row  ..an^l Ret.id by mo.t Country Bo kjiellers in-cvetf 'Jr.AMi, 111 b-xcs at 6s. ai'd is. qd. each. '~~~~-Ti"^iALrFrXN7)jLTmG"^ 1 DR. J.VMES'S .-VNALEP riC and ANTi:,IMOUS , PILLS. '"T'^HE Celebrity of the Analeptic Pills, as a ge. X rteral Preservative ot Hea ih, is become univ-r>al,fiom their Eincacvin those Complaints, which contiouaLv. dis-luib t'e Hqntan l-ram?,such as Colds, Rheumatisms. He^ti-acln, lniiigc>iioj\s, aid other Diseases ot iTtt .stomach -and Howcls ; which !!r;se lioin the viciskitude*�l cur climate, ur liOfT^mitulgence in the luxurus of hlc;.and these salutary eHetts are produced bygently opening the p�ire� hy ni(^t,'and the body by (lay, wiihout retiiiinng any |>�rttculj>r rcj^imen or ctjiuhne ..ent. Hut though iKeAnaleptwPiils are also vtry serviceable in bilious and other deep-seated xl>3dr(i�y�, yet htf>r , lUK designed a* a tiuld puigftuveonlv, sntttherefoie i�et al-\i>i�v.ssulficiontly active,'the Aniibiliousl'dls have betn �e-- CQtuineiidrd lu aid by ifn eminent Thysiutau, whr� ha% uaett tfnsse'Mediciues comnmed tpt many y.fears with thehappim -si�;ccss,\iH hU csmpUu'.ts ot tlie i iver, as well a^oth^r iiitKr.! naldiseases. ' .   i Tiavellers, by Land or by Sea. or Pfrsons-teleo'efrotii Medical Assistance, M'ould do well to hp at way* (mvufpti Willi rhesc PiUsif which, with some-ot thtf'yicliaitie.fUA James's Fever Powder, would form a mosr'vali>�hM!�l�rel(l| a small cdinpuRs, that would otren afford >r.lief'niv!ut||aud4 , ' �> i^*   *  SoM only ty F. Newbery iV'vf Son� i*l4 Cluircti-yard, on the Coichw.1v, tour'�foots f rvm fhc cprnrr ot Cheapside, London; afid a Dr. Jam V'lirte ltoU&c, �iii, * are,en(jtaveU m- iJie Stamps. � . �.    ... � �� f�tt3r 6i>� -,-:^-2�^_^r-.- ,----^ NAVY-OFFICF,, Ww2S, ii?o6. ' j 'rirt rrinapalOJficeri �tid (Jommiisionert of - iUt }..    Mttidiyt N:iyy do herehjn j>ive ml'cr, that        �t�VK5� OAY, l'ez%th Kf'il'tt Month at frn o'Clwk in tbi F'-'txoon, Om-vhttinrr Sir CJiarleS Sa.xton, nuiU t r� be tifliuerfj, TLtyJUr, hi- li>* 'filrit ir^itfir'/rrfiri (itnt tiatf!� \t tf;Stf.rei at l'i^rl>>n>>iith, and fi tmhi j'lr l:v ! lr,vji%h Inlttetl, <*infiv iiJV r n It^t i/uaitlify ih.in I cv Fbotnatd Gal-lin t tbt undermetiti^n.  \    edC7!,ntieii>t so\l^h ,^^ritA}n. f^r ibg ibe /i.t tacit in : No'ili Lritain, rtW.rn rit" //./irj^r �/CueniSJy, Je-'Sov, niiJ Alderr.ey, sue/j 7�.iT:/"/;'fr   and C.-\Nt>L'K.s us m.iy f on time laiimt be tejuireJ by *iV retpfctiVt Bjrraek Mat-Sts lor tie rimeieiiff; The deli,.erium r'-mmenceils t'jon 'afie/ tbtlyb �f J-ine r-nd, .as the rrsprclive Barrack Ai.i'ie t sOm/ leiuiiey and t" itntiattf til! rhc l^h of y.-dteJ-Jhwii;. I'npjsiils f'lr iJipily'^t; CoH s wadV uparale'jf J'J eatb County /T South Rritan, ii.e whole i^f ibe Bttriaih iji -Nortll It(i;-ai4(, a^iit liti'TTiisef.r i!.-n;e in.tbe liljiJi 0/woernscy, jer'ot-..t, D.iiliini, .F.ssfx. (.. ioncf.'tsr, ILi.-1's, FUuiw, l.^f^ ol V\ li It, K.ni, TIES. Lwcister, Ni:ddlcse.t, J^otralk, , N-Jttliampton. Norfhiitir.>erland, Notti.igha.-ii, Somcrael, Suiln'k, �.uin?y, Sussex.    \^ . . Warwick,,.   � . Uihs, Vo.k.  � N'fVRTH IJRITAI.V. Guui-.isey, Jcricy, ami .'\l.ie.'n*y. I i'ls Lav is puoliilied, m One Volume Foolsc.ip Svo pr-c*"" 5s bi-aid-,.i rraimnitd iVith an elegant Irui.tisptece trcm Utsiy:', bv J. CoiiStafl-?, ASELEC r GOLLECTION of EPITAPHS'untl-Monumental Inscriptions, wrh Biographical.vkelclic* aim Anecdotes "f l>isudon. T he Hr.%t l-.ilition ot this Woik c-�nsistcd of jHio Copfes, .ind a .lecond EdiM.'ii ot all the early .larrs- beui( .called form 1 hi> early staco of tti PuMicatio'ii, j�u mljquat* , idea may be termed ofl.'re estimation 111-which x is held bye the Public. J tie tollowiii>4 arc Its priiiLii>aI KiaLf>aiuieiid4-tions:- I: '1 he Plan of this W.>�k 14 intended as an tmprns >t u quesr>oi>able Lxpfnenci.- in ih.s Dejiarinieot ol liic-' (aty l.ahour'5 the g-eatqr Part ot tiis Lite havin|{ been c ii.. ployid in cd-niig and inji roving the. L.st Eil'ti.,ii o ivlr, Clumbet's DiCtion4iy, and,in c..*ll-ihug .>l�t-;;iai� Jor it-.i present Wotk. .     ' 3. .\monR the Gentleirten w o htv.- enR.15.-il to Cqntrjbit* their A.ssistaocc-to ihwVVorli, arc ttvany of di.stin.;ui�.".c.l emi"cnce; aiiu the List \s, oiatiaiKiily au^uttnrtng, irT o:v portunity Ofing �eglecl�d to c igage the c;i-operation of a..y Ci:ntl�nw" wl\o>e servvccsc.in b* of t^a^uttiitj'. , 4> rhe Enmelltsliinents afcolB very s^perfnr de>cripitoa an ttier Plaievthau has evci biren ptoducv'd. ot Execi ...... Vqt|�;l le ilvf Sjieunujlly given in sum-�� lar Pu'blicaticiw. mwl-> "rawu ana engi ive\i uuit^rthe 'n-;.)re  ot ,vit, Atf�WiB�5th. . * ai^Jj.t'.^ Pwttfr ^l.�.^.v^m me^'puce jSj. each, has hlt'ierte fi?en pttblishe.l oiwc in � :i;.,t l-our Ntunths; a.iU, in Con-.^mu^iice  f .st>m� .-vrianutincntj iately ^uopted, the Puh-4ltt,01�v with Couti�ej-,cc rciy U|> u a more.frequent Hub* JlC'ttOU. f4,w Copies are pruit.'d oH'on Koval Ftper, with ,|tr4ut IttipMsSioiu tt the jpiut;*, p.'iUil. i6�. ftfihtnt. �fen ptcdiic^L I he scicthc bubje<,is are
                            

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