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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                � - '.1  A s.ijifj AT^, 4294. Whig cl.un.- THE next Meeting of the WHIG CLUS will be:. 'I o MWRKOW, JuiiC 3, ai the London Tavern, Uuho{)s- '. H. C. COMBE, Esq. Ald."man, M. P, inth? Chair. .   .STI-:WA! , Tlioriias Hfell, E.tq.- J^hn Crcgory, Esq. K. W i.LARKSOi-J, Secretary. MoHDAY, JUNE,4 me. GRO'^VI'.N'iR's TOY ROdMS, Ko. 313, Ho'.born GGROSVENOR most re^peciFuily. beg* leave  to.Jtquaititihe Nnhmry iiiid Gentry that he tias iritich iiierM-ied his siock of" el'kjijI auit curious I OY^, Sec. .',c. :ini.i that \w has njw on t!".d b.-st i^^ olleilioi\ iitthis Kn g-ilom.t-Great varier\ of Banks, C.'aines, Cards, ,0(sscki Sec. calcul.'itf-d.nioi.t nd;nirably tor tlie infornwVion ah.l in-struilion of Chiidieii,.while to theni it a;jpfars a mere arriuse-i-nt!i^wfiic!i has ever been allowed the best nicde cf ci.n-viiyiiiii-insmiciioh. lo-jttvcnilir rnitnis.-Toy Ho-ises Fiir-iiishert ill the mosr-complete style. Rocking Hor�es of all sizes and colours.-Dols of all sorts tlressed in a manner peculiarly neat-aiulelegant.-A largeaSsortmontofWjit-i:i)!ah.t Work Boxes, ""rea-a'd'Ucs^ Desks, V/wii. BcXes^i&c. K'HfMrifully lrihia.�jjAjliariiisIwil, --'T.'0^h^J^ Cases, SmeHinR BV;tt!e.�!, Sn\M'W^i&\S'Tti p^.-Genuine English ami Foreign Perfumsry, of tUs very best qnaliti�.'' MESSRS. TIPPER at�d RICHARDS respea. fully inform the I'ublic thaf ihey have purchased the Cppv-iieht of "Mr. M AN>JE: lf the Gcntlerricn, (Jlergv and Frctholilers of the Coimry of Soin'Ts;.'t, to be held at the Assize Hall, at Itridgvvatrr, on Mo'.idiy the 9th of Jiine.next at Twelveo'CliPck at nuoh preris!?l.y, lor �he purpose of Mominatiiig a proper person to represent this County in Carlianieiit, in the room of VVillium Oickiuson Esq! deceased . CLIFTON WHEAT, Sheriff. Barton House, 30th May, i8.)6. _ To the G ENtTe'^I EN, CI. E U C; Y,ar.d E l E RS of the COUNTY of SOMERSET. E'ENCOURAGED by tbe promised support of J nunieioi^s l"rieHd>, I venture fo otfer myself as a Candi- A Tank and consequence.   .....      ........- - sjf jirbpBrly qualiSid to superintend such � conueni^ miy pfrl^a^s seldom mert mth a similar oppbrtunity.Afreaiitinik hdiifis.ome independence. The Advertiser would cheerfully c. ntiniie'thc sandion of his name, iintil his fucoesior shoylft be perfedllye?tablisficd with all theeonneliions; the�iina ti'wiis on (he sea coast, b<;t\veeiiVIareate and PurtsiTMMith.. To (.revenrunneceisary-trouble, itp person need ap;�ly w!io camiit commiini " wi Thi usand I'nuiids itnd give ample ssciirity tor the tujfilment of every engageitient. jieitersaddresstd to I). S. D. D. at Messrs. Wa-tOn and rk-tclWrs, No., 16 Austin Eriare, London, wHI meet With iinnied^ate att.e^iiion. .     ^ _^ WEDNESDAY Next the Ffrit Drawh licket willbe entitled to tfie^l. beiiig the Suih dsortmciit "f Hosiety, of every descrV-^tion, which for e'^gaiiec, nif'at-kvss, taste,and,q'iality,h>s neverbeen einialled, and. |.iL-Hat-< ters himself, can never be surpusse d. The m^ny advutitaj^es liepossestes over e resent Vacancy ; a Vaiicancy ever to be Umented by ine. If t should be so fortunate as fn become the objyd'of your choide, 1 .ihall endeavour constantly to discharge the duties imposed �.nine, wiili i dustry, integrity, and indcpcfiidence. I have the honour to be, GeiEP!VR.''ME.Mr. Tytf ANTED .11 Pcrion tn g.j 10 Gibraltar, to SUVA^ pCrintwd th'J execution ot''iiildings nndr the Uar-rack nepattineiit. He must h:iv q v'unpeM'.J i;"- wl-dg^ of Orawin^, aitd ntakini; Designs and Es^ipia cs, an . luos; t.>e thoTougnly acquainted vrs lor hi* .n-c >in-rnodiitiim may be .kepi if required. An annual Preiuiuin ^f One Hund'Cd GniuciS is cxpeiled. Apprcntioa m ly be made X� Mr. G Ward, Paterno.itei-row, .Londo!'. Ti;i  l'rOp:;ity r)f a lurkey .'i'lerc!ia:ir l.-avingthii Coiul'-t.y, to be s'.lJ^o pi-r Out. less tluiii n lu'.y )lo-ise i \ this KiiigiU-^m, at V'Ja',-. md Co/s CMrpet, Blmkrt, and Slicetin^ Warlious ', No, g, Charles-street, Mividlc-iex'Hospital. THOSE GENTl.EN'IEN.vhomcan to DINE at W l.i.K'.s KO IMS -sn tne KING'S UlRTH-DAY. are rj-qnested to^ren I their Names to the Office of t'-e Th.^rchvd House Tavern, in the course of this day, or before two o clock  �vested in the purchase ; it is required that a iviaiisioii ami i'ork Ibtin a pa(t of the Estate. Address, with full particulars, to C. D. at the Baptist Head CoII<;e.house, Cha E, a very excellent ao^ desira-bie-RESlDtiNLU; imihediiitely opposite K:w Hup Imi^tnt-Ute^i, CQtuaii'ing a )bndfwie|iaU, fiatiog Parh-ur, Breakfiit Initio, Library, ekgiii^ Orawii4(* l(.- f':rtii.:e h.is' b^en accumuiated. Every accotDinoda-. (Nation -ill he given as to tiie payment for the Stacl(� ict, \yh cli though at preseht very extensive, may be leduced for ttK i-onvtiiieiice o! the Tenjiu -Principals only can be at-reiided to, and appliLarion may be made to Messrs. Winitan-ley and Son, Paternoster-row.   . KENT.-To be LE ]', and entered upon at .vJi-cliaetnws nirX',-a hr^-:, id establ.sned LINEN ORA-;PEK'S SHQ. , !'"iiiod a;..-I: opposite the Mairket-House in the Town of Seven Oak-, with cxf n*tye adjoininp (Jut. Boildihgs, capablebtcarrying on av:-ry co-�;derabic liaiie in th.it or any other branch ot Rusiness. l-or further p.ivticulars enquire of Messrs. Nealewright and Perki     No   5, MiU-strect, t'heapside ; Mr. Crow, At-orney -It L'Mv. Sevfii (Jaks J or ,vlr. ::awarU .^rgle., Up-retard.v.^ M:i^''a' ;ate.l pi -spVcts, with excellent gtiidns, and froiri b.ct;. to  acre, of land ; the whpK- in-^ood o'der; fronr town not iiioreihan 12 niil 'S- The prm'ses a-e rt*-pLte with �v-ry coiuenience, air.i tit for thJ riu;u.*'.l:atc re-wc^ti'hofa family. i or pjrticul.irs andjtickets to view ap;>Iy tjML'Sir4i.,Kidds, UphoidL    No.;62, New . ond-sirevt. BUI I/DINC; c;U(;i>ND at LA.VIUETH. ' APIECE ct GllOUND, containing: upsvarJs of FomT Acres, in the c-uric of J..�inbe!h (wi ich haa been Ottunii-d by .Vtr. North,, NuiM,:rv;n.Vii, Ur.de'r a l-e'j-^e for h U>tonh o.-y.'ars], is now to b- (. ' Tupon Jv.iilnii-g Lea.scs, with ini.ncai.ite possession. Any ,1 1 .- f ,1 iV.ji,ldiiig ichcipe, with Proposals tr executing and con.; li:;ii!'^ �-'1, same, m^y b" tran-.nlit!td ,t.> Messrs. Rashleigh, Soj;, . ].rc., Iitton �:aCi(-u;,or .vlr. Lewis, No, No. j. Gray's i;i.i-sq.,aie, who dirr a'rrtUorisf.i to treatfQt.jf,C!oatrtict.rr � r'"""'    -^^i ,'�,,.,, NEWCASTLE.UP6N- JL   TYNE, to be L El , on a Lease for Three or rive .     ip li!Mil s apply by Jetter, postpaid, to'Hr. Heather, Cockspur-streer,,London. ANTS a Place, as FOOTMAN, a steady, sober young Man, in a Nobleman's or Gentleman's Family, or with a Single Gentleman ; noobjecilion to tiavel; can have-an u; 'leniatile charader from his iajt platJe, where he has lived three years and a half. ' ('lease to dired, post paid,'to R. 1!, at Mr. Crewe's, Uoot and Shoe Maker, Hongliton-streer, Clare Market. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Com t of Chancery, bearing date the jst day of March, 1806, made in a Cause wherein Thomas White and others ate Pkinti^. and Richard Wilson and others are Defeiidaiiis,j the Creditors of tlie Right Honourable John Lord Ched-wpkTji, deceased, aie, on or before the 2�>th day of June, 1S06, to come.in ard prove their Debts before Samuel Comp-ton CoVt �sq. one of the Masters of the said Courts at his Chambers, in Southampton Bui/dings;, t hancery-lane, Lon-dt-n, orindefault ilieri:of they will b: peiemptorily excluded the benefit of the said Oecree. 1 QoktlQ'S ARMS TAVEKM, Bitd-in-hand-Court, Cheapside. WBRIANT most respedfuUy begs leave to in- form those Gentlemen who were in the hai?it of fVe-qucnting til* City Cotti:e House, that in consequence of its having decline.!! the publie business, they tnuy be accommo-daKd with Uoom^athis House either upon private or special business. .' W, U. takes this opportunity of returning his s^naere thanks to those friends who have so liberally favoured him with their commands, and begs to inform, them, that he contntues to dress diiiiiers in the Coffee-room as usual, at the tours of two, thr  GUMS. / THE Public is re.�peflflilly cautioned against ImU tarioiis of the ESSENCE of PEAKL and PEARL DENTl KRICE, invented by the late Jacob Hemet, Dentist to the Queen and the Prince cf Wajes, which have, been proved by loiigexpeiience to be. infinitely mote efficacious tor ttie Teeth and (Jurns, than ahy thing yei discovered. Thei' continue to bs sold wholesale and retail by Baylcy , and Blew, 5, Cockspur-street, London, price 2s. gd. each, enclosed in a Staiiipin which the following words are engraved, J. Hemet, Hayley and Blew, Cockspur-street," the Fdrgery whereof is Felony. Sold also retail by T. Scarman (late Partner and Successor to Mr. Hetijct,) ileorge-street, Hanover-square. ; N.B.-The Essence is particularly recommended to Parents and pefsons who ha^e the care of Children, as the gccgteat.preservative of yoiffig ami tender teeth. -j-'HEATKE-ROYAL, Years, to coiiiiTJehce    ovember, 1806.- I he Manager who he Theatre t�r Th ee Montlis shall take it, to engace to open the ;in;;iially, in the Wint r   eason, flhese Months heieafter.io b.'. avr -;'d upon ) and tor the Race Week, (about tiie .Vtitldie J.:.;e,) and also the: Assize VVeek, (rJie teginnini^ol Au-giisiji The tollowii g is the Receipt of the 1 heatre, when full, at till pie�ent Prices ol Auinissioii; Itoxes at ^s. 70I.- Pit at 2s, 261.   GalU'iyat IS. 4Zl -Total '^81. Fijrther p iriicularS may be knownon applitaionin Pors. n, or by Letter, addressed to Mr. Edward Humble; S.*cretaiy Proposals in W: iring to be sent, sealed up^ an . av.otess.'d to the Proprietors of the NewcastleJTlieatre.utuler i.iivc% to Mr Edward Humble, Secret.iry, on ot before the fi:t t August next.   Newtasil., i4ih .May, iJle6. (i^ A General Mi.-etiiig bi the Prop itors, to take t:ie same into Co.isiderationj to be liM on Miii.djy the4t'iot Augui.t, 18.6; GKR.VIANV. L'ndonr, Mr.y 15, igu5. THE COMVilT.]r-ri fr appottirm^ng Re^ir-f among 'lis � U;:jiy>' -terns h.V'ig I ifety r cci ed several 0 uaticiis 1.' fho e uii* .rtunate I'e pic, b'gle.:vc!0 return thc'r pu Ik a kn w'l'.d^;'.et.ts lor ''�eicg f lis en-b'e'i. i,n5K-.; 1 a-.', t,', .it,! , ti; �.' they liiv.r not jufv 'tccn.'i o o'cal Vo.-clier, luf tlie i.i ��. apppriioned, bui.a'so v.irtuus deia Is, [too numur'nis i.pr r);i �-lictipi), spetityiiig great numbers of Families^ard ludi-viiiud.- wh.ohavi.- hem reli'v.'il, anil th.- Su.ms paid to each ; sigvdby the .Vlag;�tnfe�, Aultc C.ju?uellr;rs, sod Clrr^y-in;n, wHiicoinpoSi the -espedivc Cuiniuittess on t'le Cofi-ti ent. Anioii^ the S.'bscriptions btely received, the Committee haVe iheh'gh v4t.%failion t announce the foil in-ing ; beside . (thcr c nsid-rible Uonathnc (incittding ^eveTal of One (.'uineacich, ansi iiriaiersutn ,) tod niimer  rtf.  ' � Hi�K>iy?l>iithiies�tiie'Prineeof Walei .    I, .50*0 10 *b 20 5 i . :i: so zo 5* 10 o 10 5� 10 to 10 ^? 2.) o 10 o o 10 o o 312 c 10 o o 10 o o 20 2-) to 10 10 o o o 5 10 o. o o 10 fo 10 ti io 20 to MILFORD HOUSE, with 24 Acre, of RICH L.'VNO siirroun-iiig, produiiive garden, with g'ap ;eb, distant three quarters of a inila from the iSea, twent- -tivi from Southampton, ai.d twenty-tour from Salisbury, .the Termiiflre moderate.      ' . : Furtner particulars may be ki-iown of Mr. Gegrge Hooke-y, Sovuhampton, er of Mr. Richard Hollins, Lyiningtoii, Letters, post-paid, will irieit due attention. . ESSENTI-^L SALT of LERiONS, For taking Jron M-ulds, Ink Spots, Red Wine, and other Stains, out of Linen, Muslin, Lace, Sec. and lor many .'thcr uses, as a subJtitute lor Lemons.   Price one Shilliiig the . -^box. ^, ,: � :^ ������ ^ . HAVING received humerous complaints that Cpinpositions sold under the title of Salt of Lemons are not otily inctieclual, but that they burn and destroy the. Linen, 1 thnk it necessary to. inform the Piibiic,, tlut my' true .Kssenvial Salt of Leinons is only to be fiad, wholesale and retail, at my shop in Cockspur 'street, and that none is to be depended upon as iniKe but what has my signature oh the bottom of each bux, and on the outside ofthe wrapper. W. BARLEY. N.B.. The Salt of Lemons is particularly useful t:; Ladiis~ in washing their hands, ad ir instantly takes out the stains of fruit, coloured gloves, &C.UIUI is much moRragreeable to use than lemoii itself. . ..." J The U lent Ret. the X'ltd Sishop -ef David** I <.e Ri^ht Him. Lord B. ot^a^^n � - - George V.. Neintburg, Esq. Stamford, Lincoln-'  shire       - - . . Ye;<.rs Hoare, Flter #treet     - - Win. H are, EstJ. ditto    -      - .   : :. H. tViig ler, K sq. by Mesirs. Hoare J. S'..Kcs. I sq.by dhto - - Mesnrs. rtiiilrtw and George N.vh, by Messrs. .Smith and Moll - - - Mrs, ^f  . . A few Friends at Cirencesteraud its Viciniiy, by ditto        . - Jonathan Worrellj Lsq Juniper Hall, near tiork-�   ing ' , � -    . - P�:ter Auditon, F. ,q. by Mosrs. Jon.-s, Lloyd, and Co. - - John Perry,  E.q  by Mes-.rs.  Hardcastit and Keyner   �      '�' . . . . O. 1*;      by Wm. 'Mair. Esq. by ditto Rtv. Mr G^b-ir, by d:tto     .      r -     ' Liput. Col. Miicleii, byd'irn - . J. lia.ves, Hs.^. and Co. by diito -i N. E. K.. by Jiit'i - -        - lohn I'earn .n, E;.q. f'rolden squjie  '      -Jaipes .Arnol'.i, !.. 1. D. O'Cturs' Comnio-.ss lol'ni I'rieman, Esq. I.ett.'ni, lleretiirtUhne Thomas Grirtith, l.sq Mackinanstr^et lVii;:a;H CostiUf;, Esq. Fiect-street   ,    -AiV;uniiyrilous uenet'ai.tion^ by .VIr, H^itchird Ipswich. Subscr.piions at, atid its ViLir.ity E.      from iiaih, by .Vie-srs. H.inkcv and Co. Henry FieUlen^ Esq. Bhickb ri, Lancashire Frien-lsat Uorc-stej, hy M.-.ssrs. .'-hnih and Holt .Subscriptions will be reccivud hy Messrs. HardviMl. ,u.d Rcyner. Tieasurers, Old Swan Stairs, Loud n; andals.by the rf>ll!, wiiig Bankers in-London, vii. Messrs. Ilaukey .ini Co., Fetxhurch-streJt; ftle-^srs. Ilcires, Hest street'; M; srs. Sniltband H.>lt, Old Uroaa-strtet; --icssr^i Jjnes, Loyd, Hutne, a-d Co. Loihbury. The Rcpo-rs Hiay be h,:d of .-iinurose -Viartio, E q No. 24, Clii;lotti;-5t.(.et, lUooMsbury ; Mr. J, Hatchir nsu.te;l at homeevery .VJon ay morning before T welve; and in general rvciy otiier itJ'-rniiiK bef-jie El tyei). N'. H. No letters, mdess piat p lid, will    received, HEALTH AND L.^WTEVTrT.    ~ " UR. JAME-S'i aNaI.EPIIC and ANTIblLIO'js FILLS.., THE Celebrity of the Analeptic Pills, as a general Preservaiive ut VlcaU'h, is becTne univ-raal, from their Elficacv in those CoaipU-nts, v\ lii;;!) cm tiiual.y disr lurb t e iiunan t-runc.sitch ai .^trliJs, Kheyina'ioitis. He.id-: jch>� liMiKestiuiis, aidothti l.'iie.ises ot the "t.-mach an-l notvels ; . hich ar�e tuin thf-yicissittid;.'3 ol Lur climate, or from mdnlgei'te in the luXuii.sot litejap.d these salutary elleds are i.iroducetl by gently Oftiii. gtlie pmes tiy nightj and the butty oy itay, rv.thout requiring any iwrticuhir recimen or c, fiii^ cut. hut tnoiigli ihe Analeptic Plil> also very aei V teable in- hr I o-is 'na oi Iter Jeep-�t cais �ith the happiest .sutie>s, iKall cumpi .ii.tsof liie i'.;'ei', as v.-eil as oth:r iiitcr-nal diseases. I ravehcrs, by,Land or by "'^r^a, or Per-on'! ri-more from Mediciti .'\-jS!Sfance, wot.'.a uo well to be .'.�ivivs prtrvitltfil with :hese Pills |>s|fn,liVwiih sume cr-he lenuine Dr. Jam.-s*s Fever X;'o'Ader, Would fcr:n a nvi^t v -u ble store i-n a .-wall c j'.iipass, that --vould ofiea nil' t.l clicf p � any siiddiMt iiidisi-osiiio'.i, and prevent, the irl cons qucnces of n. gleet or delay, :'. ,. Sold oiily':y F. .Vewbery and Sons. No.,^5,   t. Pai^i's .Ghurch-yaird,on the Coich-wav, four doors from the,corntr ot Clieapside, Luii.i.-u { ahd at r>r. Jamis's late, lionse, in hruton-stieet; viz. tlie An.d^ptic Pii:.";, p.'-ice 4s. 6*1. a box, ' 01 .i.\ In oni large box for lU 41.; and; tl.e .-Vri>ibiIious Pills, price �s. 9vl. a box, dutv included^   Obse.'ve that the wor.*, F. Newbery, No, 4j, St. P.iul's," are ei.grav;^ in the Stamfps..-'-;-    �. � � , 7 .    . .       .     � ,  � keep Up all kinds of reducible Ruptures, and have 6'ecu honoured with the- approbation of the most disfinguishetl Professional Gcnilfiiiin iiT the Metfop'dis j likewise .Un�bi-, Deal Kandagcs, LaceStuckings for swelled legs, Suspensc)rs,' Sec. &c. ,   ,   ^  , Hospitals, Parishes, Public Charities, &c. supplied- on mitleraieterms. . . Ruptured Persons'residing in the country may be iinm'> diaiely hited, by sending tliuii measure; and Stating the nature of their case. , �� At the same place ihisy behad, Bayky'S ScowetInitProps, � -  Stuif, Wolleii ffluth, S�- for tal^ng yease out of Silk, rfHE Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY'* PATENT X ANTliilLIGUS PiLLS. The exclusive .Sale 01 ritis valuable i!u-�ticine being now vested solely in the Kev. Wi|. liam Barclay, and thoseapp iuted by him. the-iViriher safoof the I'ills IS, jn conseqiiertcc, entirely discontiuuc'ii,at tlie Elfihoratory, No. 35, Bedfoid-street, Covi:Ht.g:^en. and is i\ow established at the Rev. VVilliain Ua>cfay*s V-'areh bie and Right Revcmtd the I,otd Uishjo ot Carlisle, to Mr; chimg, .-ipothecaiy, chMt>- aide, London. dicirisj my eldest Sjn having a few months aC4-derive>i very ihUeiiiLoenetit'tVoih the use of in  He Had a'-e 1 uiiw ll f?r several weeks pievious to Id* takiitg it^ appea aity seliH hun in tfais .ort.in.tely r.-- �.MDinended to me the trial �r y<�ar Loaeug s; jikI thit a? time mieiit be liist, or any mist.ifce occ r m ubanin.; thei5e m-m inly well. Mpm;theiim�'ihy;:^!;t� i�v tv^n. ni peifut liedtn. aiid I cedainiy ettributv r.t\Clitre.wlio.ly-t�i �n � e;fi-c>icy uf the Woftjt Loii; ges" 1 hiye si'.>.e"rcc�>iiiiiicnUed ViiUr Li-tUKKes hi several in�t.ii(ces, iii(*?s c-a I have the satis-bi.'tion ^> itiiure you, they hUv uniivfudy bfo.vot peat se:-' �i.�f. 1 ought to aUd( that tr..m i.en.iiHi. ; theehe.-t p-o-d .c-il by tiinh'm Hiy S.;�'s t .isf, I iii,pr;hCnd hi
                            

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