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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                rpHlS PR^ENT EVENING iheir .Majesties' A  strWnts *Vill jdl : ,      �  - - �. THE BUS'/. BODY. Marnlot, Mr: Bannister    Miraini'a, Miss Duncati. ' � With l^l^E. i; O K T Y - Tl-i I E V r.-^.       ' THURSDAY, MAY ^9, im. �iiortsroay be'knowh by atip.'ying to Thoinas Falkiier i'l)!-lips, Esa.-TriSasurer, Manchester;..to whom i'roposals in the wayVurdciing, ate to be'a^Uessed, 6fale�l,'ami sent uti. iiVr cover, on or bclorc the 2oih (Uy of Aiigitst next, in o tf^r that all necessary arraiiRetnents berwceh tlie i'artiis inteiest-ftil niiiy be c (HcIhIM with as littic ijleJay. as iKiSsible after ihatpeiiW.-^l.�S"ttl>e!.te^, a4th May, 1806. -' VV.HliS ClAiii. II, C.^CtyM.'BEi Esq,-Aldernlan, Mi P. in ths Chair.- : - �. �.; � sTuw.A'rjvs,        ' � KhrHbii.th6Earlot.Lau. Hr^lu Hon. General Fitzua-ilerdals,' :    .       .   trick, M; f. Uifiht Honi the EarlofAlbe-  Right Hon. R. B. Sliieridan, marie,'  �., J ^ .     V, : T , ; ^; ^l- t". ;    , �     ' Thomas Bell, T4' \ nvt of .^3sistants Uiis vacation, thai they m.iv rely on heiiijEjS^^.itett willvtho8C|-possessin^ ; very r.qiiibite ability. SchpWiawn succtt'ision, Pa.rt'>er.f, reichars.; Apprentices, and Half Uo'itriiefs, eli)5iBly'rceommsiKled. Mrs. Bi:'riie rttti-mls fiom ten to fiveio'clock cljiily,, at her. liousi?,. Nu^ ig, Uolilq;i-squaie.   Letters, post-free^, only received. ^ ,    . �   -pRi-yftTii i-^DucA'iiON, .  . : ^npHE Friends of. yGung Persons dcsivri'jd for' the '�X  Univeriiiv, iRe .I^rofrssions; cr t!ie .Siipcior.Xines of llusines?, are inrbrmed ihat a'Clergyihan, JCciistoivievi ib condiiil the finishing part nf ^.dl^c;ult)n, rc'teivea iiit.i lii!,' . House," tvell;situated, ntaf Lnii(l.;i], a linnred ninni)er u( J'li'pils. , They "ate tf-at*'l,lihe.fal'y ; tUe pUn uf their In- , stfudion is adapted. t f tlie Army.-^hat they have removed iS. a ;h'jch la-ger and morn eriviiv\ent, iind a liberal salary attafhaltojt. -Enquire at iVlr.,Carier's, Sta-ticn;r-, Royal t^xchartgeV-^  '_' 'T^0,-M0ii]^6w*ZQ,,pbgl. .isiallotted to the First X Drawn Ticketfheinpvhe fifth bayjoi Drawing. The TioVets and Shares' contiliuc on -Sale at the Oihces corner of BajiU Buildiiyi^s; GornhilV, ^nd, facing tin; Gattf ot'the Kind's Mews, Channs-Cfess,* whefc ,No.. !i:6,45ia f.niSe ofOn^ Tho^usaiid l'oiindsthe; l Day ol; �thoprtsent State'Lottfery,were bath Solfl i,iV a Q.ianer, an KiRhth, aJHU.ten Sixieenrh SJiaras,. by RlCH.-iRDSON, � coOdlucis,an4c^r /      :     .   � � � 1 'T^VVENTY THOUSAND .POUNDS fof: the . ll- f i'S^Dfaiylj'PipkJa next Fjiday, i^iay 30, being the Tilth Day of Drawing. '     ......  ,     ,   , . TVVEN rY-FrVE**THOi;SAND tb the First-drawu ' Ticl^et oil the SixtH Day> June 4. ' Ths above Capitals ave all )tt�l to 'he,first-drawn Tickets, jad,'p';ndent ofaiiy oj .thi; otiier lUtivierpus i'lizrs which may happeii to he drawn a^^ift'st them. Tickets and Shaies, whrAintal Undrawn, are selling at the. oKlOfhgepf S\Vli?y and;,ee:_N,o. ii, I'pnitrv... ' ; . ; �   BIBLli()THtCA?D0NKCALlANA.     ' MR. S'VEWAR'l' .most , respeaah'ly acquaints the Public that the Salt of the .splendid, scarce and ,yaliiab!e,L1JJR.AttY of the latfrmost Noble ARTHUR . -ivl.4KQ(lli; ofDONECJAL,' will be'snld by AUCTION at his Room, 194 Piccadilly, opposiu: Albany, lo-niorrow' an4 five ,fQU�wi"S-liays (Snin-Iayand His Majesty's birth-day c-xcepledO .beginning each day at Onco'Clotkj to be viewed 'and Catalogwes hail. � . :      Piccadilly, May a8, iSoG. �__ : �   �        TWICKENHAM. To-be LET,- 3 commodious and elegant VILLA, partly furnished, with convenient oilices.boath-houses. Stabling, teautiful pleasure-grounds and gardens, withexten-aive hbtih^ii'ses', cbiitaininK a colkdion of, vines of the. thoicest species, together with fbiir rich paddodks; cotisisting in all of, rather.more tha/1 20 acres.-r-Enquire of Messrs. 'Cjarksgti, No, 39;,^Essg?t-5freet^ .\ AROMATie IfiPIRiT of VINEGAR, (the OiiginsllnvertMonofNir. Henry, and hro\jght by his sitciessive imp'r^vemqijts to the highest perfet'.lion,) is pre-Jiared aod Sold by M'HOMAS and WILl1AM Hi: N RY, Chemists, Manchester. r ^ ;Thi6 agtfeable! perfujned Li nj(a>eincn�s, the, publin are- renue�t �rS"a'nrl WTlLl A .VI HENR V^, Manchester, jtrbentiraved oil each uamu, to cwntcifeili ,yihich is a capital feto'n.y. stamp included) Js wlti^vholfsalB and retail, by Bayley and iiiewi No. J, j^CockspurfStreet, (thcoply Agents in London luiliorised by thft nropriptors ;)  where triay be had, Sponge l�?,xi�ol,9tfd,.irilvci;'Cdri)e1fa�, Crystal. &c^^ . � . HEN-RV'i'^A^CimiirvVlAGNKSlA, *ifc:^d,,iMtd/afgef, wit|v glass Stpppers, at as; ToieiheCENTRElyiEN,C1.ERfY and FREU110LDERS oftheCOUNfY of WESTMORLAND, MOST fl,uteringly encouraged by ths veiy obligiO); aasurance ol'supp rt from several of the most respedable icrsons of the County, 1 presume to.oflcr myself .toyoutofil tli? vacancy ill your RepresentHlion to I'arlia-. inent, occasioned by thu- melancholy tie.ith of voar hte worthy Member Sir MICHAEL LE Fl.UK!ING.U.irt. Theiiine hf'w/. 50 cKtiemely limitod, as the lilncUoh imist necer.s.irily takeplace in thcconrseof a fewOays, 1 ani wliolly precludu-d (Viiin having the hoiiotirof paying my respects to yiiu ill person, which 1 should otherwise hiva been very de-siiouii of doing, being, with the hiv'Jiestestlem, Ccntl-'meii, Vour most faithful and duvotetl hvnnble Servant, Dover-street, i6M:\\', 1836,      '        M U N.C.^.STl-: R. SUCH Proprietors of East India titcck as prefer Peace anu I'roieiUisn to War and KxtcttninMionr EcoHtimy to an extrav.ighnt Wasleof *heir Prbpenv ; 1-argu'lnvesimeius t> eiiormous Military Charges ;'and Subofciiiiation.andObetUenbe to Contempt of" Superiors aivtOisregard of Legal .'Viithordy,   . ;     ' Should niakea^jJ'iii.tof atteniliiif; the Rallbt at the In>lia House, To-morrow, the joth iust. for tlia purpose of voting for the Qttestibn. � ^ � ." To th; PRO  RlETO RS of E.AS T 1N Dl A S rOCK. AT the Special Co;i.irt of Proprietors assembled on the listinst. for the piup->seofcons'de'ing the Papers w!iii.h hadbe^n. laid bffore the Co^rt at-totmer Meetin'>;s, a R-esolutioii was nidvcd by Mr. Juhiisfnie, io whicji an. amendniqnt was movedby JVlr. A'Jachagiven, both drawn as stated underneath..    . Upon theshe\v of .h.-inds, the Ch^irni m declared that the amendment was negatived, ;iiid we haye deinaniied a ballot 011 tlieoriginal Resolmion, I's ths oniy mvns, iin.l r th= Byc-Lav.', of briiiyin^ Ihs-'subjeiil unierthe lair and impartial Con-!iiJc?.,ui..n.ot Uitt i-'roprietors at lar:,;e. "r Ajurrtfasoas fur proposing and suppfirtingtha an-ieii.!cd Re-sblut;ou, ai^'l lor callmj; let the baliot on �hatoriy,ii>ally pro-po.itd aie, iJut we conceive th.it Mr. Jo.'ms.Joiic's Mouon cortveys a i.fuaiire upon tlie contlu.-.l of rlie late C;overnor-: ,-Ueneral in liidia, ahhoug.i it profe.,:.es to be a Rcsolii'iion of 'I'iianks t J tiie CoUri; of IJir^clors .-.niy, and although the person who propoEcd it, vavcijui voonUy t'lcciared, that lie ciui"not infc.-ul, that it .-.lioiild hav.- di.-e-tly or uishrediy the cflecl of produ'tinrt vhf.ce;-.snte, uliich wediiireea'c. '       , W'e coiisiU'.'r that 1(1.^ p'ineipal paper, tot/Ki cnr.tfnts of ivliich i.lfis KMohiiion !t;/',-is, the (Iraft or the I.e t;.-r, No. ii'3, of tho vth of April i'ioii, wiit\ttn nearly t'nur Msnths atierthe lato .'vlaiquts Co:iuv.iUis. was aijpom'cd Govciuur . tJeaerii!, w.ii rsjeited by rhe' Briatd. of Coacroul,'and has iiever btc.i cumminiieat.d.to tii^N bleinaa, to whose eoinhitl prmeipalty and prolc.-isedly it relates : i"h tt h� has not had any cppcrtuiiil. i jvto form, a cirriid judftuieiitot his conduct, suiip'ising that h s cbiwud vvasreguhirty a.subjecf fbrour discussion. VVe.liaye l^ard al.b, that hu Ltiilsliip's cot/dud in several of t!:e ads discussetl in the paper'Uitl before t|ie\'oiirt of rroptietors, is-'now under con. ncof the b'anches. of the Legislature , and a sense of Justice indicts us un willing' undfirsuch cifcumstances, that au aitempt sh-juld teiiwde '^vnl J,i />;�),'�?- �I' N " army" Ct)N ri^ACf; Commissary General's  !!icc, C re.it George-�street, London, May z/, iHv'S. OTICF. ri herchy gix'Tii to nil Pe'rsitis (fi'>''r-jt!S of md S'TK.AW, 10 hit Al.ijfi'y'< C.i-jMry i.t Iitri..ui;; ia the liounty of Devnn, ill South, Biitam, and in tiii Comity of Perth, i,i Norih Uritaih. '"' The deliveries to: cmtmericf.o/! an4 for thf i^hd.iy f yxpi der (or .'\rmy SupplisSj,''^ w///    f,�r/iv,/./r t(iit ij.f:ei.t t ir Fe'nird nfler Ttufve/i'f'lock 011 that diiy, onj ij iriil ty Poit, tie poMdc^e mt/sfh" pai'l\        . ,�    . froj.otiih mii t l>t I'l de \epitt.il.'lj'for cacii. C',ii>ity, and the i'e inserted,,il the f'^.trieri-nj, aid no TenJtr iLiil noiicid 101-Cts^ thi- priccx \hj!lie, (Xj,'r,red hi ivord^ ill k't -tb, rtfidtOe. l^nr'v, or their Agent, shaU c.tilM this Ofics, o-i the /oiMi//::;, �:'ay to knoiv the dens':rit/.e>eo>r. ' . � P.Tlictl/arr of-tl>tCv>itaely>!i.iy' be had Upon iipiUcation at t/yi.< Office, Lfl-%-^en the hf'-iri of fen and F^nr. T OST, between Chtvnps'i\Ve%ihd-\?vrs'tr;in.1, on H Wl::i;NESDAV ..i.;ht I ,sr. a POCl , from 7s. 6d. or three pair for ,a guinea, to superfine with the most fashibnable clocRs, ios.6d. N. Bj To sucii of tlij. Nobilitv, Clergy, and Cehfry, who have rot made trial of their it'sringuished and inv.'.iiiable ex-celleiicies^ it.inay be proper hiore precisely to state, they are tiir more.coriifort.ible, soft, and pleasant, infinitely nior� diir.'ble, and though every way equal in richness, ele|;ancej ami qualify, arei;ot inbrethart twb-thirdsbf the piiuc- ot those; with silk. feet. FOR VENERE \L aiid SCORBU'PIC COMPLAfTS, DR. FREE-MAN'S  OUTTA SALUfARlS is by far the most safe and elledual Remedy eVir yet. discoveied tor the'cure of that dan.i^erns disease., Pfersons unliappilyailiicted with venereal compiaintsm all |ts atages, and under its various appea'ratrces, wii I find a secure and pre-;sei)t relief", by takiiij^ these most invaluabJo drops ; which, for their excellency, during thirty, ye.us pracljce in tjie most � populous part of London, vii- Hatton,.gflrdcii, have been teru'ied CJutta Salutaris.-'riie secrecy with which most per-sorts so atfliitedfiud it iiccdful to conce;il theirs\tfti;rings, iiuy be safely einplnye.i while using thess drops  since they rcn-det confinehient unncccssnry, -a�i. well as all unduclis or mercurial prepaiations, ur any surgical operation vvhatcver.-^Uy appbintmeiit of Dr. Freeman, they are sold by Rl; ijBurlerj :No.'4, Cheapside, corner of Pateinoster-row j: and retail 6y, most tned\cine VMiders itt avery town in rhe Ufiitfd Kir^. domsi in bottles at 4s. 6d.' anilai. ijd. with ample'diretlions. rnpHE"Ke*. WILLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT .X ANTIBltlOUS PILLS. The exclusive S'alotjftVis valuable medicine being iibw ve-sfetl solely in thePev. AvTl-Uaih'tJarciay, aiul those appointed by him, the further sale of the Pills is, in conseniirhve, cptirely disiiontinucd at the Ela'jQtafory, No. 35, Bedfatd-strcct, C'oyent-gardeh, and Is now established at the Rev. VVilliain Harclay'a-Warehouse, I.ei<;es�er.sqtjare;' wliere the public may fj^assured^f having them in their pure anil'gariuinestste,- -Mr; Richard IVutler, No. 4, Cheat sidei beiryj appointed sole \V,holesii.!c Ageoti all wliQlesalu orders, both in towii and coqntry, are re., qu^rsted to headdiessed tb him, who wll inakcthe Trade the iiiualallnNyahce, None are'gchulne biit those having a Black Stainpi wit^ the name, .,rhii KeVj.W. Barclay," engraved thcienn.     ' ^      ,  , T. a; PHtPPS, Agetn to the Piopiiftbrs, .  Bedtotd-btreet, Coveilt-i;af(ien. i/lh May tgo6. H. Nodi.non J. II. U iikin�on, at two tiiontlis, diicthe iotiT July, -      L. t;p Z7lh April i.Sofi, J  i yman{ of ihem is stopped.   No further. Reward vviil be olRred. C. WRiCHT, lleadlc, ColdsiiViths'Mall, ; 34th May, 1836. . ' .        INDIA A I'-FA Ills. . ;     ..� In the Press, and speedily will bc-pubii?h;il, 'Tn.HE Origin, Progrcs.i, and. jireseri't State of rlie JL      E.AST INDIA COLLEGE at llERTFORD. By Way of .Appeal, to the Hpilourable'Cburt of Directors and Proprietors of the Fast Ind'.iCoiiipriav, &c. ANSWi R TO WAR iTTiilaG WIS li. This daV is publ'slied, price 2s. M. AN ANSWER to �' WAR -in DISGUISE or, Hema^ks upm t.he N^-.v Ddtlrinc of Er.^'ihiid, concerning Iv em nil'I r.nle, .'\Hierica, printnd-Loiutori, reprin-l'ed t"or J. lo'^nsnn, iti St. Paul's Churcli yar;l, andW. j. and J .Richardson, Royal Exchange. Where mav be had, Ati EX.VMmATloN of the BRlT.t.'^H DOCTRI \'E, wliic)f."su'?j�:t.n AddiiV'iizI Foi c TL'S ;Jl')iAK.i;:5 frrjin .sir n. f.ti-ac!; !rr,:n .Mr n. t�!rac!viii, a later, a'j'v.ujv/l?dg!:is'i.ie lecuipl of the thar-.ki of ilous? fir his viito.-j ol ih^ 4t,i 1%'ovembef, cointiniiiicatid i" ''5 - ipe.ikei.'s ieAtt, an h'Mi ;tir.i.f which ha : � oyld cii(l�jvr>ur l'4 rend'.'r Iriinself vvr-"-fe t.> tie service (* h;>co.iiitry. Ti'.e Ir:.;; ReveiitJ ; P.e^ulaiioa i'ill, reiKl.r Iriinself worthy, by dsvoiin.^hia v/as read a tUifi iimo and p.iS'iei:. i       '      ...... " M r. V t>KR E ac'f^rted'tb sotnc'A�^^ tiiTie si'rice, Oil liiy .i'lOtbn �;.,jh-y rc'aled tv Ih; KuOitoer bC men raiseil 'for liliiiia I 'and unliiiufeif service, I'roni 1^4 to aiid w'jich w iii very lucissaiy to tlie disci�>s!pn wliich vvas to cor.ie on "h VfuVrj.    .., .   ,  -,   - ) ha Sli'CRCFARVV ^t U'v^f? st.i'fe.-f,'1.,',�^^-di7!:T!^;n�^s fiad ;>i'H(.a,.ii>-(iii.lj;u the i:!biii!r.r-lariiijr-ro the Aineric'ari war J aiuit.iat Wr, he sopj -i .-I tlie tn.i^'; of 'he      y of this as. .\veil ..s of .oine of tli5 |':i;ie'5 orderyd-ji his',(".�'. tt�o4i.jn.    '..   ' 'Mr. Y()lrh-::,-.Trie vu:;'-.;.:!.   i    e pi oa hit. nloliJOi M.-\.lf-OUIS WEI.L'-.SLLV. Mr. P.AUL pr4,>ented a chnrije ajrain'st L^ivl W'ef-: k'sk-J', for hij^'li ci iauot wuii liie i^Ju wii.s- read bv the C n05 and misdem-'anors, ia his con. .fiob o''Oih1c.   Tlv: clKirgc, which I'lcrk, filled op.v.Trd.v .of thirty- t'jlio pa;>.c:^, ^r;-i tr;cit      nuir     [loiir in readiilg. A,i:r ths u:u;!.'. iegni'ivs tU:v> ^4.^q'^ii Wcile'^ley hat b'.'oli Ciov. ri;or C. iii^, i:,l of lipiia and CapJUin Gen la of tll= Fo.''n;e.s yihg some of the highest oili;eri of iiisi Court, w tlVety^  trim th-�fc-ouldj properly ni'.Miis t !'subsists stale li-V ' various N;>bjb,t fp de. stri�'.s U\ lie shou ^rupees,    nd tlieexi �    lid h.s ol India I kp eintiio.ed tlfe 'Ztht da's/who coUeded I: "ryots or jieisatits, v,iy> hid nothing tttat ae callel propeity,"a.i4 to whom'oAly tfie (ice weie leit..,Ttie *M'.argerhm prbcecded t .s, w inch were to bs sent him by H.npany, in ca-c therj slioiild be oe-asioa Anotl.UM l'i,e.ity Wis c>r,t'iui'i?'.l, in s|'77;, while in�;s vyii Goveri.or, by wli'vli it was supulated j shoul. . require any f-irfier assistanca. thsn was jnner T featirs he sli;uU! piy an equivaleot^: 'I'he ry t.) deli ths East for thenii Mr. Was that, if 1 SMtetf ill : . 'C;oinpan.J , on thei strictly 11 the tern was enteii � I into w the Nabol � agreed i>i) pay liie cxpent^jof theaddit-ioitai troops; but tJiis ' he tpuni^ so oppressiv.:;, tiiat upon his re.ireseil-taiions, J( ir. l-laafnii^s vva.- '..iduced to abate something or the, cliargfs. i In '787!, amjilver I rea^y w;is, concluded with tiie .Sovertiy,t of Oude,! wttile Via'quis'Con.waijjs was Governor, by wbicl 1 the'Naib..'o sup-rU'ei to pay !> !itie Company 600,0601.4  imifualiji:, v.ide-s ^e'siiuii'vt fitiU.'loccasiciT tot a greiternii\ iibi-: bt t'liie C; iu,^.v>v'i ipa�psithart ilras there stated, ' -   ' �      � '�------'� "      -----' -.......-    Incon- :.ver-jiMerriil had declared 111 .r higli. aporobatioTi of t.hisTr,e  yeari ; bt.'t i,>, i a iie5,v, f realy, was cor.cluded between .'thel Nabob iitiwi Sir John .Shoie", by which,it was " .       -   .   -1 expehee of f he teimXv were tiifrf *ilv i.dv.\ntace-.us to the Coaipanv, .ind t.ic l-)iicci\trs- had d >cj/re.-.$cd tlieir saiisfadionst this Xreaty. Such was \Meaus>:f' cious aspecV of this affair wiien >|ar Vith,a ��ew to xteiui ourcbal   '.nions in lotlia, and tbVb'nMing iny future !ge in any hostilities w>i;� tns .%-�;tivePfinces, tiack, or evdent prgrso� ujjoj the British natpe. And th.it for the .puipos^of cariying these schemes i.ittoe.vecr" dioiij he had leinovwUtife^lbririer Resident ;�t the Court ol L� eknow, awl appgio'cd a ftir.; Scctl In hie stead, \yhoapf>r.\r� i more fit for lu^ design^.., -^hat \�ith tested totlwpayini it of the in�ralm*nts, rh6 sum whi^ch the Nabob h.-�I.to pay had heentustnetitid frijm jpj.oool. to 9)Q,babl.; that not    >\it;ist.inditig tile uillicultus to which he hiaauthoiity .iiij and false pretei I* dominions ; aiv knowledge of t with ihe'Gover Marqiiis Welles] unfounded coi five liayiiient c Natwib'did nerertifeless pundu-ally pay his install , 'ems, anct adhere'to the stiuuliiSiohs of theTreary.  A�i,tl        the pretences of the Mjrni is Weilcs-� ley were false ard'    duf'-Hind.d, and 'oiily', brbuiht forward ....... upon-(heterrite.ri�-s of-the'wid N�hob. and of the la^riwhich Matquts Wellesl with a yiew tb 5oi:?i in defiance bt justicd r     - , 'MA^Ved.   Yet "that the said .\i .rmii� WcUcsU-y di.l, by i! tea Y i bfthesiud Wm. Scott, inter, er. ii\ the household aiul 1 Vwa lul concerns of the Nabob, iiui propose stKh terms otr  la SonecinJtis own capital whole'administration �v SlfteS::;^ , -^1 .-.7 appoinr^Tiiat.hg;b^b: n f,�.,itl,i.cl If �iirh sn    irri   i;.int JM-.I in.JUyt proi-OalilDBi Sire- '.tie at fheespei.'ce oT iJie NasTb. 1709, M.irauls\VeUes|ey made-4 b, ivhb wrfs theft ahnoit a pvi-, to resign his autlipiity, givs-un ttte revenue of puds,' thus tb disin-11V f.irever, ami reside in ai^ pJuce -   

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