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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 4, 1806, London, Middlesex                                -4296; -HIS i*Rl->.ENT BVENING wtll hi ^"formed         1*-*. -r-a.   t WEDNESDAY, yUNE 4, isog. RKW Ol'C!^'^-. MUSIC.  Ji"t p-ihlishetl hy Mojizani anfl Co. No..^,,()Kl ISo-iiJ-street, THK GR;\ND PAS DE ]),EUX, or Ltirte Dane-?, as il in:ed by Mnniieiir ,in;l MaVitiin* Desli.iyes in llie Ballet 'f et. Renn.id.-corrlposei and aira-R'-d r)r the fiaito I'-.Tte by M. C. Mortsll.iri; Als:i the I'as. dc (le.i? Basque, in I,a !:)aiiroiTiairc, pries 5s. Tlie Op?fa of". j.-> Clem>n7a di Tito, toiDoletc,  s. And aiV)^'of ihe' Pieces may also he had.siiiKly. Six of the moit favtmrite A-irs 'ii la Clen  arranged for two flufcs, prite gij.-'ist and 2d s';- ivs..*jr the Harp.r./ J. i'^tmik,"price each -35.-6d:-Nos r, 2, j fjf Mozirl's �lebrated:Concertos for tlie Piano'Forte, caffh 8s. CHV.LTE'NHAIVf. ' :   t' PRIVATE BOARD L6DGING.--A few Lades and Cciitlrtns-' ina?. be nccoinmodated in a CIersv:raiv's f;i!ti.i|v. ' P-trttoulars may b� Ira'iit byaddres'S-11153 firiff, post paid, to Mr; Fbitv, at the Spa. P RIV A T B P n 11 OA 'I' I ON. V .   .   /^^VY.OFFIC-.,, May JT,  .R:^.     i THE Friends of young PiTscns designed Trir the tiniveriitv. the f';o!^s-;tyi'S, or the Supe.iior l.in^i of Business, are inrnnnc-d th-.t a .CMefgymsn, accustometl to conduct tlw fill-'!ti>V part of Edm-atioii, receives into his House, well sitiiiiti"d mar Irind.in, a Hinited ivimber of I'lipils. They a's rr^-'t-n libsr^l'V; the Pliu of their In-stfuftion is :r.laii*:'dn th.a Siniition in Life;  LOGY� and SURGI:RY. ill c"'-;!V^'.ceii!-. Saturday, 7th June, at Two oCloek iii til-.^fttii'.-rn. and vill be continued on Monday the gth, ?ii(ifve V !.!';iscquent Morning at 7, Sundays excepted, by -Mr. i5;uvn;Es.; . ' Cm. 'f'l!!; Apa tiriL-nts, thor.-^u^h!/ ventilated, and replete villi c"t^ V i.'inv'riicnce, W'll be open at five o'cVck. m the nornui):, tor th'- pi.iri>oies ot Disse6ttngandIiytecli��K, where MrUr !okes .^ttfiids to direct ih-: Students, and dsinon^trae the v;i/Mi's |)ai.ts as they ippeif oa Disseiti.n. 'DiJirc'iiivemcnctes usually attendinc Aratomical Inves-tnjations, are otiiTterailed by an Antiscfpt^u Process, the result of Ex;-einr)fnl3, ip;;do by Mr. Bro-kes on Human Sub-je'.h; at I'ar'sui tltcyear 178a J the acciunt oK which was diilivered 'o theUoval society, and read onthe i7r|� ot Jure, 1744. J his meMloa has snicB been so tar improved, that the fi'irid colour of tl)*-Muscles is preserved, and ev�ivhei more specific lu.|'(-oor-r;iics. I l.e piv-rlli.^(.;c.)tlsi;;t �.f a'dwelling house and out-b'.nlJliii-s, and i.-f osc^ of lawVj c�nt9tiilSg, intlie wl-.ole, iw.n lafr.vrrss nj i!\:.i-.i.ow',.aiab'�, Hild pas urc Iji.d, (hcIii'Imij; the r.rcliarvi.-., v-ii'i,n c.niMi aboutsev�liilGie^, and '.no In?it-trees on whitli arw-Hf-w i��tficir pnm?.' Holcoirttv txirDcll/.'otr^'ce is situated about hve mibs West of Lxittr, iuui )i�s about li.ilt 0 111:1. ifoiii i;ie ".'.UKpike-road lea'irtj' (ri;m I-.>;ct{,t to ivlr.r:en-h.iiiips).M!i, 1:; iiiusr lj>:uuliin!, r-;iiK:)tic, aiul fino SDoriinj; Country.,   i wt 't*.i>\:.-ji     a :n!X!ci;ile sized old oak building. wiiiiiiiHiiii rdiiiii-r; a.jii me lai'.ci.; lie eiiiut'.'y tompat., wit.i-ina ring Iciue, and iijrroiiiv.iirir, liie coit.i^i.', hut widiout ihe interruption of patliwavs, ro.ul.-i, or i7tlier ini:onv,;nieiicic� ' 5 ner^lly attached 10 prouncis. � I lus tstiite is capable ot-xreat iinprove;iient. and m.;v bo fonsiderfd, witiicnt exception, as Cine of t!ie most lUhRSutul spfis i;i tngland, where a retired couinry lile is an o^)J^:�t, and wlisi-, by beinj^ contiguous to severiil exeellent and clieaj) Mark'.rt J owns, tneexpence ol living is extrcniply incd.-taic.' � I !:o iid^ to ani Irom Exeter is very, delinhitul, .Tnd ' tinta whence 0>i �views of the vales, hills, wooiis, the river" I. x, Gentlemen's houses, &c. torm most varTegst.-d, |)iiliire.-ir|iic, and beautiful landscapes. -.A  g may be followed without interruption. Fossesiion iiuy ne hail at Michaelmas n---xt, or immediately it d;iifed ; and the present Cfops taken, at a fair piii;e. -A plan of the Estate maybe seen, and,every, other jiarticiilar had, a� No, 21, .Pall.mall ; Messrs. Cooper and Lowe, hilicitors, Souihainpion-bnilii-�ii ei-,tist to H-T Majcsty^anti the Pr-iice ot Vval?:, ��: ticitly, Miptrioir, b/�h in ilei;ance ard eihcacy to any tlmu; Inilieilo I'.<.;euse of j thfy will cIK-dual.y prKsei vc the 1 eei.i'ui a s'iiwl Elate tvcn" to liM gje ; w^U rcnuer liicu w.iiMC:iin.'t b-.iutitul wuhouithe leastinipa:iinj;the l-.r.aniel, i-isieiisuch; ss^ie loose, keep such ;rs arealrei-dy d^i.ajcd lr e to th'-: i.evih. �ilM.7l1kev.iai render the breath delic-iiefy sweet, ap.l re-i��ty all ih,."o!fdii>0'defs'ihi'.t are The coi.sequence o! bcoibutic *'U i'SHi'd haa 1 evth.    .  � , ' . ' 111 oriler to prevent (he Imposifnns dailv pratlised bv p'r s'iii.i CDUiiterieuiiig the above  int-iiimLc't lon^ C3iabli�!ied lediciises, the follnVinfJAVOMS ariJ (by pennissioiij cnctaved lb- stamp,     J.  1-mMIiT, bAVl'fiiY .iiid. ULl-V/, vf><-K.bi'ui<. STRJili I'," imdnone are jiiHUiue but what those wordseiij^tavcd' in the stamp, aiui aU6 a label with 'if vvi.rdj-' t each bottle .and box, bv H '^'�^^> Ucnri'tlce are sold wholcsMle and ritail D'.\, the yljcf jfiiNe vcxi, m Hi:-- o'CU^k,-l!xy iviU U..rrA,h ippJvhg ffh Miijisiy's Yuifis .u'tXhif.r.i.und IP'wiiivich -will) �'.ATCil C.1.iiS^L.S. I'.UIer>is of ib< �Ql.uus, tiuth a Font: of t!je Tcndr m-v iVo Ititaer ivUli.c yfc^h-r-iaficr Ti::,:;;-^r!'.rk 0- iK- lUyof r:(,iij/,no,-any iiotkeU, i,t,u,ytjk j,ui:j-, -j.      . .....     ,',�, at. I-iTTr-   r, �'^^Vy-MMICI^, Uin..-      iVod. ^Hh PrimipatOficcrt and Commiiimmn of His MajestysNa ,c o-'Cwik tii. i'/ie..� said ' teet fjt. the \ath imtam, .-.'nr �- '                - �iamf\t.e. s,ti '>'i W'lew the pfisoii ti ut delay. ucas id let. Bill' lOTIlLCA D{>I>ftC.AUANA MR. SrEWAR']' rao^t rcspefffully "acquaints tlw Public '.i'iat  n|i,n tl;e 1 ;'o:);?.       ',-".in-!t!i!j; out; in; in|i:;-.-i, r and fv..:n ui'j i!arv;e:-o.' tuiitimiin^ ro allo-.v 10 i'.H'icncc thcv ;-i-i:!!Ki:!l measures of Govcii l.o.iilon : Pfuirai t .t Jordan ami ftlaxwe opposuc S.!:i.i.-;rs-;t fl-.-a.si.'. *�* 1 Ills i..i".U^'r \%as i.rnt ris a;i.Ire^=eJ. irn ! r^riisiiip's ret.irn tioiu �^anlb^ld^^.; [:nd a M-:n. I.or! C.r.-i.Mll..-, nn ilie. .^u�il mil' ii>; l-iii-n 'iihlic spiji tlic iiiipid i!v;.':ie pfiiicij.i,., 1. 331, Strand, t!ie ausinen 1; !'!-.-n c-n>'a;:ii; i'.rwi 1 aK was : HUtget,   As'tli? �nediatf Iv on-l'.is !.s'.) to ti;e:Ri>;ht mdi-rManiiiii�; -hat in;eu;led to foras a part (?t Aiitii-jr coMc-.iv � 1 tnnt tfif iMt.-rcsls ai-d c'o-iibris of ilie ;pi;i'.!l,:iig classes oK, s.'x-i';ry, would .'.atiihcea hv .ins pa.'tnl meisuro of pr^'i. r:y, he deprecate-) .bv a var;eiy ol ar,,utn-Jii:.s, r.nt only t he .-('^tii"iiia-. tU";-:,.i)iit the cMsf.'nce nf so '.L.t-quiil and op-!!'f!i.^ivi^ a raK as tn^it-levied and pioposca t" be levied'on. ir.C!;;ii.'. 9s. eie.^aiitiv prniied in One enihclhshfd \vit:i Jinp-aviii^s, niiesi ihe I'rince ofWaies 1) s D f OCKAN,   A Pucin, in Five Books, wirh Notes Historical and I !lii>traiive. -� " ^   . - BooK I. 1 be \ ision ot the .-A ik. 2. t^vpnans an.l Pliei/J Clans. 3. hroni tlic tali of 1 yr,.' to il.e t;ui;diri); cit Al'^^'giiJ  very on ;he .�\ila-itrc, to t.'ie Lane of. (.ond Hope, America, iic.- 5. Oersral Recapitulation and Conclusion. �    , fo which are added, Smaller Sea Pieces, and. Epitaphs ; and Rubens' l.niidsci.(>e, a Poem, wriiim in London, iiie6. JJy the Rev; WM; Ll-SL^li-BOWtES,' Prebeifli^rv ot balisbury    Reilor of Imaibleton, Glocester- shire ; Vicar of hteinhillj VVilti; and Chaplain to his ^ oyalWIghitsiS the Prince of Wales. Punted tor f. Cadell and vv. Davies.'StranJ; and J. Maw-man, Poultrv ;.and R.CruttwcU, Bath. Ot whom may be had, by the same Author, in '[wo Vo-I'miis, the same size as iheabjve, price 12s. SONNL PS and ft-her I'OI^AiS.:       : . �        . VALUAP.LJi lUlliND IN THK vSPRlNG. FOR HARAIERS, GRAZltRS, AND BREEDERS OF V  CATTLE. This Day is published, in a neat Pecket Vcluine, price � . a>. 6'. sewed, the titth Lditi-iivot t> OWLIN'S COMPLETE COW DOCTOR ; JL\. or. Farmer's Coinpauion ; tteatui-S on every Disorder incident to the Cow Kind, their Cai:scs, Svnipioins, and Cures ; with a particular Description, and li.se of the E:a:itic Pube^ invented by Dr. Munto, for the reliet ot i_a!tle swell-cd by Poisons, or eating "VVet Clover, *:c. ktc. Alao, In^tlnclIolls tor the proper Man.iyji-iRenf of Calves, either for Hieeiling cr ihe Butcher ; b'.:ii)K the result of upwards ot sixty. yedrs,professionall;y.p'.'tuii!.e, Londv'ns printe r k. S. Kirby, No, 11, London-IIrju.ne-Vard, .st. PauPs, iid sold by every Bookseller in the Uiuiod IVIvlU'doTB. �      ,       BELI.'> SUKiriiRY, VOL. U.    ~~~~ Tht-v day were publislicd, 111 two parts Roval Quarto, ilius- traiLvi by nuniemus i.iDtiavinK!:, price 5I. 5s. in boards, nr^HE OPERA ITONvS �f bURGERY, Vol. II. X By JOHN BELL, Surgeon. Part I'lrst.-Contiiinini; the Anatomy and piseascs of the Ur-ihra and Bladder; the Operations of Lifliotomy, Intro-ductiimofthe Catheter; Pundure drocephal�s, and Vhrenzy ; theDoi^rineot Pnidvtes and Denressionol the Skull, aiiU the Operation of Ttepan. -'Printed for Longman, Hurs*, Kcei, and Orine, Puiern^s-tet-row; afttl Cadell and Davics, Strand. . Of y^itsinmay bo had. the Pirst Volume ot thp above ,  ..        .------w- n-----i-tajo> Surgery, in Royal S2i)artO| iijs, price 41.4*. inboi|idK. Tbif d'jv is pa'ilt :!;rd, in on? v A. Xvr}. priec t.'.. 6d. boArds, REMARKS on ;ho Hl;SfiANi>RY   a:r;i IN--' �IKKN.-M. C<).N:.\Ii;R(:i-:,u!lsK!rlGAL% C.'.Icu'ta, pri ted iS-^.   I ondon, rcpr-i.ted for the Author j sclJ liy Blacks and Parry^ U.)ok',etl;i.� tirthe Hoiio'ir.i-ble Kist India CtMiiiunyt Leadenliall-slrtct; and J. Ila.-d-iii^, St. lamfji's-slteer. _ -     � This day is published, price two.�ihilhn;;'! and sixpence. THE TRIDENT OF ALMION, an Epic Effli-sinn ; and an Oraiinn on the influence ol' iilocutioncn Mv'itial'EiithifsiasiTi; with an Address to th.-SilAl^ii Ot Jv'F. LSON: delivered at the .I,vceum, Liverpool, on oc-r casiod of the Inre (glorious Naval Victory. To vvhich is -^ui^-fixml .W introdiiflnry Discourse on the liuure and objects of l-.lociitionriry S<:if'nce .   By JOHN TH'^LWALL, Profe.�orof the Sci-nce ami ' .fr:\ilic- of l-;icc�tioi erp'> in ihe'Suhject. � By JOHN ANDREWS, L. L. D; ' Printed for T. Evierton, Military Library. V/hitcjia^l. _ 'J his Day ispubfis^ed prici 2s. T ETTER3 to the Rt. Hon. W, WINDHAM, Jt-  F! !;r,"> OFlICI'K of^DLUNTIikRS.   , Ciar^:i:i!;ii i-inltusarfnoruin';ueiiit^ruit hni'ror! Printed ry'i"  !.{,:ortMn, VUlnary I.ihrirv. WhiteluIL TVii-.; Day i; publiihed price 33, boaras, or ja. 6d; bound,. Dedicated by penuis ion to His Royal Highness the Com-mander in Chief, ^t^riE  STAFF   OFFICER'S -MANUAL, in X uliich is detailed the duty of Brigade Majors atid .Aicts-du-Carnps; in camp, garrihoii, cantoniucntsv o 1 (lie march, and ill the liiild.-wiih a preliminary Essay oh the Eihicition of Ycun^ Cicuttc:r'.^n ipt:M*ided f^r th-j Military Professio^i. .By KKIGAOE' ivlAjOR riUKi. RtilDE, On the Si-aH'ot the l.ondnn and H'jme District, Author of a-Treati^eor. the duty ot Iniaiitry Olhccrs, ^Idiiary ii-nancii �:c. .'.c. , Printed for I'.EKOrtrm, Military Library, Whitehall. "1 hiH A v\ tlvni. ^eii (;,'-.; '    o' a ha if;. .^rs   I It' I Work; �'0>i�sininB the Pn� _ >llk�itMe4 by eighty �av IS pu;. h.:-.J;sp-eaic, with-a di:;;iiicl tc'crence .to every individual pass.^ge in winch each v.:- -yarfl ; ami J. .\spi-rne, Cornnill... l.aip!v--iinbli\hc-d, in hve vols. 8vo oricerwoi;uiiicas, b:i.iriJ�, NAVAL crrlRONOLOGY.;. or, a .Siiminary of Naval ^iid MrtiU'ine I; veiiti Iroiti ihe tune ot vhc JiiMnaus'to ch'e Tr'-iivof Peace 111 iSyz ; with aii.Appendix, ffitit.lininr; a Slate of the Royal Navy^of C:rear Britain, ai-.d tlwj-r.d other l'�'.vvrs, IronV a very �ea-zly Pefiod>- th� Loss �L\ich hive sustained in War, vviih the Liliesot battle, the Stjuailr.nf thai have bt-en eiiipU'ved on different Srations, an r\..i.oiuu ot til;' Establishineiu and Duties qt the. Public Offices in i!;e Nav.il 'cparlnient, with a Li.-t of the Commis-sior.tirs and other Ofh..crs who have seived in them ; also a i.istof the .�\dniir-ds and i aptaiiis 'iirbe Royal Niivy, with ttfosewho lo.stther l.iv.g in the Service, and other uS.duf ! �.foriiiatipn, inten.!etl as a B,;ok of Retcreiue. -By J. Si.:-K),V1BKRG, Esq. Captain in the Royal Navy. Printed tor 1. I'.Rcrton, -Ivlilitary Liornry, Wliitehall. This Day is published, in two vols, crown Hvo. f rise izs. 111 boardsi :  ^iJE military.  political, and his. I'dUlCAL ME.VIOIRS of the laie Count de 1 iOKD 1 , Native ot ." weden; I leulcnint- General in the s-^i-vice.-f 1-reneiick the (.^eat, knmot Prussi.i ; entbracine; the pvinc'p:il ('.vents winch have occurred in the dill'etent btatc-; oi- I:\iri)pe, and i.'iore pariictilarly in Sucdcii, from the RL'ig  ut t.li.iries XL to that of Gitslaviis IIL, together with seme mieiesiinp piivate .Xiiecdoti^.s.ot tliose great Personages, who then hlled ti'.e .Northern 1 hroiics of Enr.>pe. Translated tioiri Ihe,FRENCH.    .      . Printed far  P. E^crton, .Vliliiary Libra'y, Whitehall. '1 his Day is jiubl'shed. Price ifis. the Seoiid hiiition, of :5 LJLES-and regulations lor the field .A.- l-.XKIiCISE ai;ti .M.ANCEUVRES of the FRENCH INI'aniy-. Translated from the Frfnch ; in two vols. 5)Vo. wi.h Explanatory Notes, and illustrative References to .hcBritistmndPrii.ssian Systems 01 Tailics, itcftc. . Hy JOIINMACDONALl), Esq. F.R.S. I-.A.S. Lat'j'Lii'uicnaivt-Colonel ottha Royal Llan Alpin Regiment, Uonimaiidant of the Royal Edinburgh a,tilierv, C.ipi.ini of the '..orps ot-En^inwrsoii the Len'^jl hstaonshmcn:,ana I,i.-:ut.Col. ist liattahon Cinque Port ^cluntercs, P'inie.d'for T. Egerion, iVlilitary Library, Vvhiich.111. ' 111 tn'^ltTify-1s pub11 slied.� prue Iss. in boards. The: SECOND EDITION, with A.lditions and Corrections, ot AN 'essay on military law, r.hd the PR.\C-|Ii;E of C:(-)URTS MAR riAL. . P.v the \\.-,n. ALEXANDER > RASER TYIUF,;;. I'orni-.-rly Uidi;e Advocate ot No'th Britain, nnwoneoi the ^ -.Judges ct the Court ot Session in Scoflafjd.' Prnued tor T. f.^erton. Military Library, Whitehall. '-IMi^rlllNCt! bfw'AI.ES'S AR"nU)UR. -  -. -        I nis day was published, price is. � .BSERVATIONS on the use ct" light. AR.> _ TilOU'R in the present Sysieni of Military I adlics ; coniirnipg a Descrii>iioii of the new invented Patent LIGH 1 AR-VIOUR VVAISTCOA r,\vhichis a sure Defence aijuinst ttie Kavonet, Sword, and Pjke, and also .iganiMt a Hall at a ceriaiii'distancc ; it is calcifhited fur the Use ot Infantry and Cavalry, Matmes, .Seaireii, and Volunteers. HisUoval Highness the Piinc^-ot Wales has been most graciousU pleased to honour this Invention with the Titleof the Pnnceof Waless.^rmtur. �-, And.these Observations are iiuijt rcspe^Uully submitted to his Uoyal llmhncss the-Cominander w Chief, the Right Honourable tlic Lords of the Admiralty, and all Naval and Military Commanders,. � Arma oarate, aniiiusetspc presutnitebellum. >.    VjROIL, jEn. XI. Printed ftir T. Egerlon, Military Library, Whitehall. This day is published, a ne.v edition, carefully re\'is�i and corrected throughout, in Four Volumes, lamo! pricccne guinea in boarns, MEMOIRS of MARMONTEL; Written by Hiniself.   ' ' Contaiiyiiighn Literary and Political Life, and Anedotes of the Principal Lbaraders of the ti,{hteenth Century. I'riiiteu I6r Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Oroic,Paicrnoster-ro\v;artdJ. Murrjty, Heet-strefit. . '* This is one ot the most mtciesting ptoductions whirh has issued troni the French press ^ince-tlte levolution. 1 he style o( the work is also not less attractive th:ui its matter; it, is eloquent, fiowjng, and easily iniiliiiest in pu'&uing the , coursfot events, either to the ln licuc^, truri, ai>d � vivacity, tMt it Is mtp^ssibla not: to bs channedlwiiTuU.-SWlcr'paft ol the p*rlorn)a�v:e." Th's dajr are po'ilish*'!, ino^'c      oifiavri, r*''"-^'. bo-.rl', (. URGICAL OHSIT.RVATION'J, [-.itc th. .V.ond, iftg'iicral, nfirl of th- cii.''..--S'.i.ve Orgiri i-i fJ-T-t ., iar. -.'.Iiidi i.r, urs', �:.'a\: C"a!.-> t.i iHiijtr.-.tc lix; l-liciory <�}  jcii S|�- r3 boards. AFFAIRS OF INDIA. , This day is publ sheiL \ LETTER 'to the Right Hon. CHARLES iX JA.'WES FO.X', one of'His Majesty's P/ir,c;p.ii Sccr:r ? o.:Kseiiar!--. iJR.'UGllT.'DOWN 'PO TH-E PRESENT TIME, 1 lus Day is piibli.s)ie'i.. i iii cno or t'.vo Vt^nmes, pdce i-js. in b.ards, iiici'j iMi; the Anns ot tiw Peers and ihe O'vf'-rs ot Kni;thtlii-0'l, � V \KsLEY's p! ERAGE Ol-   ENGLAND, , SC TL/\N!.>,-. tad IRELAND, conrainin? an Ac-�- nis. Printfta forG. KMT>K-y, Fleel-stresr. . HE late Dr. BEER, -No. 2, Ely Place, Holl  born, having b;en many yeaw happilv msttumcntal' in rolievini; and curing petsons afiiiXed w'lih the Rhcu-r matism, the f'outr the Sc^trvy, woiii-uinpJions. Asthnras^' Pa'alytfc .'\ flections. Details of iivht and ot- Hearing, oranv of the tone train of human infirinities proceeding from "ob-9"ruCtc.l perspiration, the impure state of tho blood, or the rf laxatiou ot the nervous svstem : his familv think it a Quty' t.icy owe to his successful application to the studv and prac. tice of pnvsic for more thm 50 years, fo inform the afBiCted, that his wriow will continue to prepare and .sell his invi-liable PAI.ENT VI PAL KL'.'ID and EYE WA lERvliis S rt)MACHIC CORDIAL, and the whole of his Medi-c nes for the sudorific'process.   The most satisfacbrv tesrj-inonies Will b; given bv Mrs. Beer ot inaHv extre;>rdinary . cifes perK^rmed by these Medicines to those'who mav wish to maS'ctralof them.   Of wb.iin mav be had. Dr. Beer's-Nfw Praclice of Physic, illustrated and co.".hrmed by a variety of Cases, p ice IS. 6d. and vy-hich is earuestly recom-. ili-iidsd t J the perusal of rhe afflicted. The Vital-llojd is sold in bottles at 7s. 6dv the Eve Water at 4s 6d and 7s. 6d. and the stomachic Cordial at �is. 6d. iis and il-zs. duty muluded, with prop.:r dircitlioiis for c3-.-h. _'       .        - .   - : ^pHE Kev. WILLIAM BARCLAY'S PATENT x ANPIBlLUkUS PILLS.   The exclusive Sale of this . valuable mcOicinclTeing no4v vesteit solely in the Rev. WiU lijm Barc'.av, ami those appointed hy him, the furtiii-r salsat 'h* Pills IS, m conseipi-nce, entuelv dissoutuiui-d at tne !ilaboratory, No. 35, Bedfor.d-street, Coveiit-garden, and is now e.-.yblished at the Rev. William Barclay's V\'a,-eho-js-, I ficos'nr-scjuare ; where tlie public msy heassured�t having tlicin in tliJir pur:and genuine stite.   Mr. Rtchant Butler, *J.'>:      Chea|-'-uie. being aupomted sole Wholesale A :raved theion. T. A. Ptl! i'?;s. Agent to the Propriefoff^    -BciiJord-sirgfr, ^ ovent-jarrlcn._\ R. HILL'S ORMSKIRK MEDICINE for tile bite .:f MAD DOGS and other animals, is pre-partid by Mr James Hill, Apothecarv, (nepiiew to the late W. ;.ill, Esq. ot OrmsHifkJ Np. 6. t'riiices-streetwBedford-row, -A id sold bv his appointment by Mr. Butler, No. 4, Cl�?jps:de, corner  t I at-moster row; Mr. Bacon, No. xjo, 01^ford-street i Mr. Pitiar g, No. 76, Oxfind-strect; and ;Mr. Clark, no. -M, B?,rou8h.   As it is of tbegieatest con- -sequu.ice to have the genmite Medicine, the Pui>Iicare eau- . tioned .against spurious preparatiojis.  Noneisgenuine that is not Ji^ned by Mr. James Hill, snu seated with his coat of i arms. All persons in theraiiiitry wishing to vett^thegenuinc Merticine are desired tc apply to Mr. Butler, No. 4, Cheapo side^ London. ' ..'.'''-''    .  �. Ft>U vliNEU b.\ L and.SCOKIlUTIC CO.MPLAIN'tJ; DR. FREEMAN'S   GUTTA S-ALUTARIS-i*;llLy larthe m-.>!>t safcaiid efL-ctualRciiu\iy ever vet .dtscovciieil lor th.-cure ot th.1t rianseri>us disease.   Persons unhappily alHwled with venereal comnlamts jn all its stages, and under lt!i various appearai'ces, will find .1 secure and nre-sedt reltet,. hjvtakinj; these most invaluable drops; which, lor their excelleucy d"""*! thirty ycar^ practice in the most � prtpuhius pait ot London, vii  liiUtun-ijarden, have been tir.r.ed Gutta Saluniis.-The secrecy wiih which most per-  sons so afilidedliiid It ncedlul to OMiceal theirsufftrin^s, ain} Iw satelv empl'iycd while usin^ thes-," drops ; since they render conhnement unneccssery, its wellas all unituous or i>-,cr-cutlal prcp.iiations, or any surgicd operation whatever - By ' appointment ot Or. Ereemao. they-avc sold by R, Builer, ' No. 4, Cheapside. comer of Patenwiter-row; and retail bv , most metlicinc venders in every town in the UAited Kii-g-d-m", in bottles at^t. 6d. and a.. 9d. with ample diretticnsi W Iiili�burii.h Review, J.iu, RIGHT'S HEMORRHOIDAL LO HON) is tite only crrtam aiid sKte cure tor the Hemorrhoid's or Piles.   .'V feWappl cationsot tljis Lotion will give relief, and one bottle will cure the most obstinate and pamfylose ot-Viles.  It wlllcuteall uU?rs, sjtes, wounds, scalds, ar.d burns; itwill remove all disposiion to fistula; is �ho inoit useful and pleasant sfpplicaiien in all cases ot eruptions^' inilamnniionii, eiysepclu$, and all other diseases ot the skuv. This admiral, L�i''^t�-ts''^  tiie Public.' The Inventor ot th.s Lo'ii>n is r Member-of tie Royal College ol Surgeons: is convinced that advcrt
                            

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