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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 7, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY, JfVNiE: lyAm. Kit* 6jj. ST EVENING their Majcsfitf** STfcOKE TOR A WIFE. led, FORTL'Nn'SJfHaUC. ^ ir'tDaughti^, aftfr,Which The P�ir T EVENINc wiUbs 'Craritude." by Mr. Tavtor; MiilcS �t�o|J�ins's GhMt," by Mr. LUMP. Af�*-r which, . WE FJ,Y BY NIC HI-. 6t l.oiis S�oric5. "Tr^iE WlNGMEStER RACES are?B^avoJdahljf J;  POStPON E L), from Uw 17th ihstaatto'TOESDA'ir, . t^W^HIJ.ANTHRaPtt; ANNUITY HLA^. One 6'chjck "pi^cisely, for the Huqjose ftf comi^Ieting-the subtctlptUSA, MJt carryiftg tire Pl>. into effeil. � "^vSb�k��rectv      -      WILLIAM LUDLAM. taveiidf?h.sqH.ire, Junejd, tS6fi.   .     ^      ^ S. As nearly Jfo p0fM>i^, \/no i-tenfled tobe present tb*-Hst M�eii�l!�     ndt /Jine tiH aftsr )t w�% aJjoliriieiV iroiij suppftsmR that the Chair would not be ukeu till an jiovT after the tiine anpaintcd, 1 tiriuk it proppr 10 observe, thatitwvith or without meadow land.a'd n)ay be entered upon iinin;diStely. To be viewed, with tickers only, which ri'ay-be hiid wiiii other patticidars, by app'yinn;tfl.ivlr. l.onsc|ale, Upholstere', No. % Ilr&ad'&ti:cerj Gold^ii-Vquari!; orMt'-Vincent, ^^o.j/, NewBortdi-strrtt. .    _    ,�_,- I ^   .     .;, ,   If, to ST A R C H-M AK E R S, BREW F. R S.li fST IL L E R S, SeAP^MANUFACTUREKS. VlNlibAR MAKERS, and others whose.Business require rQorri|t; Preini��s. TO be LET by PRIVATE CONTRACT, cr the LEASE to be SOLb.'of tho>e ipapital and extensive ..| ' I'rsmises, situatenrar the Thaines, in >Ii){u>strcei, I.anibitth, thereon a Starch and I^ustanl MamtfaAtory of the ji-stcouse-ouence was for sever;it vat* carried on by'^lessra. Sionafd and , Watson, andattjprwtrds'hy M�ssrs. Wstsohand Waymouth, Who have Jarely dissolved Partimrabip. Tfiey Consist o ("''Vii"iiplie*..wiih w�er, wWcli i� laidon in every yart, a large Kilii, wiiii hKroniiti; and other to^itiisst suitable for tbcanyni|(-onflfai�'exj|cnsive starch ami mui^atd traitt;, or eas.'iJlf ewiYertibJe ir^o vonvenient nfii(.�s fiir lisrryins t)ti an esten^iye tr^dcin apy. otVir.of the branches : i�b?vehjeritiosivd. Also iM,;in ie'xcMUeM^iimily House in front . oftiiti. ^lifts, with � Clerk'4 JAM^, amt numerous out-btiitlijlng;, an avenue, p)ci;sua�Mdkitehen gardens, fruit -W�llf, ^nd numerous truft tiOAit fish ponds, lawn, gfeenand )wt.hoUtcs,'ihrubbcry, walks,-and a way leading irorii the iMwk.ofthe prejniset into Ltm^th W^lk, containing together upmrds of five asMs,   ' .A pranfliay be'seeni anrt further particulars had on appli. leitioit at'thcofileBtot Messrs. Clayton iind Sc�t, in Lincoln's Inn.-      .; CAUTH��: IN Ord�)r tovp�cv�>rft.vJti�pQiiiion) the Chevalier RUSPIwI begspermiisi;;!* to, repea^ that, his^ genuine Jialidoiss are jrlwa)s to be/ecognited by lifeirvhaving hi:i HCn^en^raTed iit th /ilion witi' do vMll in attenoinK tq thicC4ittlQn,'as'theaatiie , }m hfta pubKsnec^ in the SgUl^ments:id the East aj)d Wfest iiidtes. and'also ill' Antlerica. .'Coin^ilete BoYeCtit for tra-^ ^^irtnA'may tio* blB ifad at^he ChiVSiliers Hi)u.fe, in PalU �   Ma�." Where may 3Up,b  ' b^'iiiYhti Pa�ess-jr-]E0 bi^oirfe, ih a ccrtaiit degree, hts owu i h^ Chevaher and his Son a|;ena at homs or ahroi"^ N,'|�; ,The abtivpM'icl'cinesi; ate entirely prepared by the Ui�v�lter, who hat tint at any time"SuflWedthe Coinposi-- ;tli.h,ot4hc M f.Prepanttion, to be kiiQiyrn^ aiiy Permit vkharsoever. *t'llli TKE'l y^^H Tllfc TEETH AND CUMS PttbUci R*.streei.  � i*ov-r-s8ua,tB,   ' . ^�v,T�e.Essence is partipularfx Tecornmended ta Pa-" aciit.. ind persons who have the care of Chllcireii. as the ),icttie�tpre5erVMive'of yoWttgpd tct>a�i teeth;'-       �  ' 'ihe GENtLEME�,i(iUEHfeY,ind FREEHOLDER S of the County of WESTMORLAND. GcNTLCMIlfl, 4SHOULD indeed!� ext'itmely remis-s and want-, iBjl-in every rei^�d were I not to avail myself oi" rh* verv first (iVkiSiibretiiuniMt.thus pubiioly.to cxpreis my hiartfelt' griditUile, itnd to piake y ita my nio-.t sincere and cordi  un me. bntlitsM fur the Vf^ry, iniin�r ie higtl^'st esteem, and Uie tni�tg�*tefulrej{�id, eetitl�m-."n, Vour^yOnmrh obliged and inMt faiihtur'humble Serfant, ' ,  Aitp>eby> June 2, iStili. ' MUNCaSTER. Y^ROWN �i�a ANCHOR t*V�RN^STR AND, ttiT on LEASE with the use of the FurrtttUre. TheStiJ^, Which at preseirtls�rt�t�n*i*e^>�n�iyl�*w. , tlur.ed for the conveilience of the .Tenan', \Vho.Wjll fae,accoittv ilDodaied f')r the paynii-'nt of the sameL.-:i'(ipc>pal&only ea� > l-e attended to, and applicatioA m'/y be maUo to Messrs. Whtstanicy and !)*n, PateraJSteF>ruw.  TO LINKN DRAPERS. ^ ; TO be fitSl>03ED OF, the valuable STOCK of a �ANK.KUl' 1', in one ofthe oldest and irto.st e igible Shops in Brift-:. The Lease of the Ifremisfs may i^io be had.-For |>aniculars apply to Mr. Wood, 50, Cheapsivle. . MA^fOR, MANSION HOUSE,aiid AUVOWSON,-WARWICKSHIRE. ToheSOLDby AiiCTION.by Mr. SQUIUR, At Carnway's Cottefl Hintse, Change Alley, on Mond.w ne'xt, the Qth of June in-t.int, at la o'CLuk, AVERY Valuable FREEHOLD MANOR, the Advuwsonof the Parish,'and a compleie and subsran-tial Mansion-house and Offices, Stabling for 18 horses, coach houses, dove h'iu�e, wallnl-iii kiichen garden, plauriitions, and upwards of iJuo acres of good arable, meadow, past^tre, and wood l.nid, divined into fivefai'ihs, with siiiiable buil I iiiKS, and let to reap^ilable I'enanis, at vl-ry luv% r�tits, and capable of consideiable. improveiflcnt. Tile laud tax as re> deemed, and ihe'piirbch.al ta^e.i are very low. .Thesitua, liini is dry ami healthy, and no other property 1 ies within the Estate or Manor. Yh-rc is plenty oi game, and Tox hounds and haricrs in the n-'ighbqurhood. Distant from .^hipston, z miles, tofrom .Stratford on Avon, 14 from VVarnick, II from Itanbirry,' 11 Iroin Chipping Norton, 30 ttotnOxtord, jj from Cheltenham, and 8$ from Loi'iiiun'. Descriptive particulars ihay be had i^f Carrttway's Coffee Ik-Use; at the Hen and Ghtck^s, Birmmghatn ; White Lioiv, Ktratt.irtl �ii Avon VVari>(u;k Arn).s, VVarwick ; Roe Bui:k,0\tord  of Mr. Sr.uibh, Sfavtlle-rawv London j at the Olhce ol Messrs. Bitltamy and BanitteV, Shipstbw j and of M r. Ctarid^e, PaU Mail, JilondJn, where pfan* of the Estate Ki;iy bes-en. � ,�.        ^, TobeSOLb by AUCTIaAN, by Mr. SO ri-�EBY,,Hook-seller; .it his Hpuse in .Ybrk-street, Coveitr Gardefl. "n M0N9AV, June 9, and tullowing Day, at Twelve o'closij, A.Genuine." atnall   and   valuable. Collection, of BOOK.:;, BOOKS of I'RlMTS,- MAI'S, &e,. among witiiilvare-  Otiavo :-^Aticient . Universal.'History, a iVohr. "Jones's TkeQli.gu?al Works,.� vols... Gibbon's Roman History, .11 . vols. A}u3rro:-Speflacle de la Nature, en qiiatre Langnes, [ilates, 3 vols. ^Lucretius, a WaketieUl, 3 vols. Mattyp's Virgil, z vols. ' K.dio:-V((.triiv�'s Travis', Plates by Hogarth, &o. 3 vol*. Viiyage en Siberie, (urge paper, moroLCo, gitt leaves, 3 torn. !>:iHkes;ieare, 4th eilit. ccmp^cat and-neat copyji Doin-isday ) o'lk, i vols. Hbiibrakeii'.-! Heids, l.irge p4per, z volsj r>oy;'ell's SIvikaspeare, cnniplear. large and small plates', pruot iinpra-Kiioiis, together with the .Su,vplem:ntary Nnin.ber and Mnui- Wood':, i'alinvra and Balbec, a vols. Hoilges's Visws hi India, line impressions. "To be viewed and Catalogues had at the Place oi Sale, - UINCHMOliLE HILL< SOUTHGATE, MIDDLESEX; VILLA with ten Acres of Lnid, Peach-house, Grapery, tic. To beSOLOby-AUCI I ' REEHO:LD VILLA, stanJing in 4 paiklo'-kand homedornainof 10 adcs,'surroundedOyvalks, shrubbenes/ftc. plahtatibfls ieiiced with posts aod ii>;ht iron ''rai^l��^^McircU' me forest trees* bounded in part by pallc-paitnR, ai4 part by the New River, with delightful prpapeiU of the Essrx h�ll> | lofty well.covered fruit walls, extensive highly productive peach-house and grapeiy; n�!wly creaall Messrs. i^ooper and L9�vi.>, b'.hcitors, S-.uthain|iuin-biiild. ings, CJiancvry-lane'; \t ;0f ^M;, tiwu, - >Castlc iiicet, Exeter,      � � � - � � ' �, this iVgy'ls piibli'.hi-'.T, pi'ce TV TfEASURES as WKLL as MEN; or, the pre-IVi .tent and fuViw Iniqrests of C;'eit IJri'ain : with � Plan, fiir rettderink us a Martial as v.e!l as a C. inirirrci il Peoi.le,andprnVffitiira MUi^a'v lofrr sdrq i;<�^ tn \\w gepcies ofthe Eiftpirtr, and the Security of the lliiiled Kingdom. , � � PrJnterffor J, JoJin'ori, St. PauI'sChurch-ya-d. �   .... - This day  Tn.-i.:Sw lete,�n Twe^v? l-re-Sheets, will corfimepcedflivery thisdav, at nnlv Two Gui. riOTS. t'n 9'oniint ofthe sreat Number already O'drred.sUr.h as .ir'i aiixi'-it  for the Work, are TfqnestBd to send ''t>r tlie'r Copies. *lhe Subscrtptioir to the. Whole still�continued oj) '>d Lonilov! Printed fnr Rivitig�o-is, Eeerrnn, Sf>rkrf:.!e. Miller, Cla-kes, Cr(intit>t rhe Ordwr�of.Ki)--iththood, an vxadl V;tl.uation of each ofthe Bishopricks,.and a complete cxtlnA Prerage of the .1 hrpc Kingdoms. Printed tor.Q.-.Keai'>lf3>,.Pleet-streft, 1-rr^ ^.'CT^'^I-'-'-'^f-^^i'HCE. .March to, 1806 . ii?. CcmmisshHenfor i'tetvalling Hit Majesty'i ; A'":*-, '/u l)trf!,y givf Nntkf.'that. oh IVtJny tho ietl, Jiff next, ifi^yibill Lt re-iHy In ttrel-Le Ti}s6d. 14. Translations from the Greek Antholagy, 7�.^d. 15. Dr. JolinReidon Consumption, 74. � 16. Robinson,'* Grainmai'of History, js.     � 17. PrineeHoareon tht Arts in.buKlajiiU 7S; Each of Awhieh ipay be had of eVery Bookscllcc ia the,United ;  '       Kingdom. Bridsie-strtTit, May aft. i�o6.'        � LADY M;1?jRY WORTLEY MONTAGy. This day is published, a Fifth Edition, in five elejiSftt vols. fooLcap,. o^tiivo, with Portraits and Fac Similes, price aitiz,ic lio/^'f'f'id, or T7i-rniy Ji-je T/Jiittund B'lifk Dirflz'-c, fJ.uu'jr',',  .Sieliia, or Qju!/tc i'ij-e litiii'ts\ iviilbr udiiiitlfii. Ni rgg.ir.iwillie lujtoanv Tfttkr. in v.'h'eh iljt PrUr ibatl nnl hf ill telle I invj'i'iit jI Ifigih, nr thai i'^ull nal Lr m'vf^i toll.ie UoK'il bej'jie t'.it o'CUck on the tail Frid^f l*>i Zath ^ yline nest, nor unlets lOe ; ertsit-wbt muket lie Tendet, m 'ome ferio" in lili i,eh.ilf, .ilifiw, 11 aniiurr tuf'tn tailed hr. npHERrVvWILHAM BAR.CLAV'� T.-VTENT X ANTliilLlOUS i ills; The exclusive Sale of this valiiib!�-m��iiciiieiKing no v.- vf5te:V solely in the Kov, Wfl-limb Kirclay, and those a'rjiirtieu by hi.-n, tJie turf her sale ot the l'ill� is. ii\ cun�e(;w Ace, e.iti^clv discontinued atlhc l-.la';t>ta>or.v-, ,No/3;. He!ll:>rd.-.fr>l-t, �;ovent-gafdrn, and :r.i iiov* eiiublisriti. at tlie l<�v. A', iiham IU-c!ay's'Vyarchouse, ; l.riccsi!"-s r!i in toivn ami cotit^Ty', are q'iestfil (o he avWiesse-,! to him, who will raake iheTradc the ii--i;al aHi>wani;e, n'one aacgs.iiiioe b-it those having a Uiink Sfjmp. w\\ i:\e nJinet " 1 U� R.'V. W. Barclay eiigiavnt th.-re'in. r. a. P.IM iTS, Apont to the Propriercr.'!, . Jic.lfiiril.!.tii:'.-r, i^oveiit-iiar.ieii. � -.To Mr.'.EJiJcON, Apethtcsry'.�. SIR-in   con.iefju;nce  of several   Vdyages  to the. East lji  )iay atii-inion to ti.e duties of mv ship,   rhuimii t'je rccomm-rditioii of,a friein!, I vy-js led. to malts'.ral nf your Dixon's .Anr jbilioi.* Pii.Ls,,hy ,ih-j u^e ot wfhich, for a sliort tim , 1 whs, to itiy aitcmiibnientj immfii-.2teiy relieved ; and have bec-.i. .for ii ioiii; wliiie tofal'v treetrorn .�i:v returns ot nausea, )t|Iov\iics!( o: t-h-,- skrn, neiv-auii .-ucl sjt-li head-athj','heart-tiutfi-i. giiWir.us .^ sympt>�m.s o( .ill'.' .i|j3ve (.-f-'r�)i!j nt.    Th.; sujci- .> ot lo-ir re- , mt-(iv'h-is ii;di;c-�,'t rr^^ to rcc'-minfml it tvicai v, ar.'l mv brotlie-, \\\ \M:ii\.\H', third olfit-r ot x\\: !> u-trot W(,iitii5>e' liidiiiniiin. who lidw-ircil u'ltt'tr a Wiir^e flfi'-fti 'ii. if po�.Mbl4, than mvaclf, Irjs hseti m !:feR ni:ni"cr cr.m.iljielv cursd. � 1 Aiti, .Sir, yf.ur ctbtJ'eiii Sesraut,-Gr,ivi?.-iend. KOllER P I.IJC.A.S. June 19, i8.-4. Ch-e} oniC'if of the'! .n, tait Tr.tlji Compmv'a sill-. Union. *�. Oixim'.^ Antib.Ii �'s I'lHs .-re sold : li'v.">ale an'l Retail at Mr; Hutlt-r s, No. 4, CJii-apside, cnrnri ot 1 -t-rao^t'.-r-row ;. and. Retail by mo.t Ciuiitv/ Ho. kjsliers in nvctf. Town, in b ixes a! 6s. ai-t is. gd. iMcb. ^v::^SPRl^'G,PH?.SJC, ' DEVEIfNO'Sf; VEGETABLE PILLS arc proved, by i^xjtcxferwe, to be the best and i.jost lisho-ce.-it Alt.'r;t|�ve, Kurihsr,''.Snil Sweetene.-  ( jfie Llo d ; ."iiirf those who ajei^ii^Avhhthe .Scurvy, Scscbutic trtip-tioiis, l.eprosyTStfu^jhiila, or any other Dis.i:dc's arcing friim vltiate-l Blu."'d; or'th'we who iiavir iwpiirc.l their ccn-M|itutions by Dissljiatior, prjtivemle In.liscreriOnii should by no means otnit a course of fh.- Vegetable Pdls during tlis Spring. The rperation of this viUuble Vegetable Altera-ttvetsso pleasant and salntiry as not to intetkre with ihp avotrations ot business or pU-asu'e ; it.s attion is tonhncd to the animaljyic n or restraint m diet; it disiolvesin the siooiiiclj, blends with the .'05', and be said to cure only by killint;; its elficacy e\cites t.heattention and,surprise of nie.lical men. for �� hen all. ojfier medicines hi. ve, fill ltd. De Velno'.s Pills ni-.y he relied in as a specific for aU disi;riiers whiL-h uiisiiiate iu an impure or impai(-ed state of fIi ne,!.>n, Siiijar iiuty IJlll. Lord AUCkl.AN 13 pieseuie.l the Rep-irt of the Hoard .^f Tiadeof 17*4, resp-clinif th-? Comnnerce beiwesn tlie ^Vest India Islands antt the Ports of -America.-OideiCiitj be printed. ' ' � The Irish Stamp, Duty Bfll, and sevewl privite Ivlls, were brought up f'om the Coimioiis, a.-id rrari.i first liiiitr. , Mr. fftvtNfi ptesemcii -au .Aecaur>t of the State cf Com- m-rce between Cxat. Bati-iii anti the Island of Doiiiinicn, from 1787 till ivgx.-Oideired to be prinied. 'i'he Ordsr of the Oav w;is ilirn re.id, to pr crtd fur'hcr ^ on the busineits of the h.Tppachiiieit, when �tfaiigers were excluded as usual. HOUSE OK CO.vI.viONS. LcrdMtjMC,\.stkr tock the.ojihs .tint hi.vscsr, nn his elec-tiAn tor Ciunherlir.d, m li.e room oi Sir .VJzch.ici. Lt I'tEMiNc, di(uedi.cd.     . A Me>*age from the Lor.-ts infottned fi !�. ih.t iheic Lcrdships had amect to f.-.e Irish i-i-si t-ruif* Hill, lb-' M*n-cjeiicr Road hhl, the'iish Customs and- fxcivj i.ill, t>.3 Irish Malt Kei:ulatiun inlli ami t.'ie Cl.i$guw Pjr: Biji, without �nv atner.diTiints.. ------ AJr.'luvtN, troin th-Cusfotn Hous-, (�rcsjn'e*) .in Esti--nafeotall the Duties,on ('ustivM; chi gr.l and imistjmt'iig Qii �hs <�h of J,anu-trv,a. d iSq6, rsipectively.-Or-ds-cil to lie on th* tabki ;ind to be pniittfil        , A Pe/soii frctn the J ax (^lh.:e nrti.seiiifd an Accoui.t of all UaUi'C-.-a ill the band's or .the l< innt toor>.:sT of tic lloi'.si;, copies of .ill othuil Litters iMitn iht Payin.vs-tcf Ccneril of the tones since thi; 14111 of July. 1804, illative to tlu delay of regimnitjl aicbmus.-Ourertd tj lie 0.1 theV*ble.--  -    .Ordered, on the motion of Mr. VANS! ' TARP, th.it thereIjc UKlbct^re the Mouse the l-ti'|icrt of Experimeivts mad? tP ascritam ttie relative viUiot imlr, hii lev, and big, in SC'i'U.id and Ei>^l-4nd, tr.titsinnti^d by th:* B:!;tid ot �xci�e CI Ncrtli Brj^taiii to the .Cbiuini!.i.ii->irj ,f the Pre^ury. This Kcpnrt wss then pre'sentetl by Mr. V.\}js:ttmit, .md tirdeted'o b; ptintfd.' �   � Mr. ll>)B'rlOVtSli hronght up, th- Rep�>rt ofthe Com-tnitteerf the.w,'Vf�le'WoU!ieon file .Act-impvtsme c.-rtain iht-lies of excis>'i>n spi'its di-�illril in Ss-rlmJ. I he Resolit-tii>ns tor .'epttlingthetiuiies .i!ie.iriy ex'siin);, n>'A tbr g':�ni!iig o h?rs n livu tlier�ot, �frc ng-eeU to, ^nanttill oidtrcw pur-s'laiit ttieretv). : - Th; l)-.vMin Paving Bill w*s reportci.1, and ordered to ~�ie teul a' xr.i'd tu'iie onMuivla. next. V\\f lush MsU Vmf ilitl nussnl thnnignthes.imc statue. Tu be nrad.a thirU iii.tc on >lo;.d,iy, *    ,    , .      . Mt. VANSlTTARTpri'ieente.1, puiiuatu W'>rtw.if ti-s lloii,!', sev:T>il lists nt public accuunts, auditcii a..d uiuu^. d-.ted.-Oii^eteU to lie uu the ubW.   

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