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Courier (Newspaper) - June 9, 1806, London, Middlesex �t;na 43^0. The Uax Night but tJna rtf the C6mi>ahy's performing this Season. THKM-tR UOYAU. DRUnY-l-AMi:. PREilENT EVENING thcjf Majesties' THE SOLmER'S DAUCHTBR. Trmk Heamll, Mr. bannistpr; the WkIow (Jieerly, Miss After the PTay, The FAIR CIRCASSIANv With TheCITIiiEN. � . TrfttTJ^rrow. The School for 5?; wr'h High Lift Pc^ low Sta'jrs, being tlieLart Night ofthe Company's |>e�iorin-Jnj; this"Kcas�n.  ' , . �T5RIT1SH GALLiRY, Pah-lVlall, tor ihe' Ex-J bihitiona- rt Saleof the WorkiorjJrititli Artists, iS ii w r- to �h- PNttlic, anil will caiirtiUe:everv day, tfpra '.' eu fi'l icl; i 1 tiie f-oienoon, anfil iive tii the Ahcriiooii. -Ad- '"^'""'^Yv''^>;S'^n'l^UNr^ N. Keep... (jar Thft F.3�l^iWfl�nlvr^S^lfe;.\vrtl�^|:k�e�^tlie iO�t,tJalT Afttned with^fiw SeleiS Piaures.'.i>t'.SVI-.NOR'4 rv.)v.H'�/M:>�'"''1' 3 .3; � GGR0SVH:;N0R most twiWtfully begs leave � toacqu-intthe Nobihty anUOejitry that heiias n>uch irictJr*lete style. Rocfeihtt Heiior Lines of feuiiiness, ar* iiitorined fhut a Clergyman,, acuistom�ii to coniliicl ilie fimshinR p^rt �f bihitatjoii, receives into his House, we!L utuated near Loiwion, a limited niimbvr ot I'lipils. The}' are tr>at�Mibetally j^the Plmof their In* striiiflioit is 3il;ipted t>i the SitualioM in Life for Whxh they are iiitetide'lv atid iiicUulei advantages not usually touAd iti. 2arfser Seiniiiaries. A pply to Messrs. Slkfs, .^aith ini Co. Danlets," tfo. -M!iusioii-UouseiStr>:et. TO.PARliN rs ANi; r,UAR.y|.^NS/- . ,i ^ A " SUfte�e>Pr-m jffcat- frtirtire^ the island of /\ Jamaica, would take a* AVHRRK l-ICK a Votith'b'f aliQut sixtemvjears of ajje. (he only iiinliritMUcnsexoeeUd of Ituit will 6eto wriiea good hail'lj an i to .i.ulersiaMO I �t!n. The term* �ix years. No premium will be rrimir-cl.r-Clontlies an! all other reqnt.Mtes forth" tinnn'o will b? pro Yided nis passage pan I He will b aid in tlis himse and fie In flushed �w if h ev^rv nScessarv. He will be uitro, rfrtcsd to an extensive sureicil and ineiVcal piacllcV, a .d wilf find It an iuiviuitageous optiiiKig ,t* Jlu advaiicci^ in vhe i>Und. ' ' A hueadtfresse* tn.M.^.-dV^o. it. Adam-street, Man-chcater-sqtura,-wi lib.; duly attended to. 'a'REAL CASK OK PKCDLIAR Df S rHI S.S. ^ THE Rev. WILLIAM WILLAK� of Long Mellbtd, nei� Su'i�>utv,. SufKilx; who has for twenty jfcars been alH fteil with* Palsy, and for ten reniiererl inca- , pableol'l'arochial l>uiv*�,�)r indeed ra'siiiR a foot from tiie tio;ir, wialwa to intetesf ihu f�lin�4 ol the tharitstj)!-aiul hu-nine. TheimallostdoMaiion sent to film by post, or in the-lu�i\ds�t Mr. HoilRS'itt, corner ot VVMnpoje awl flrary.le hone-srreets, or Mr. l.'ril. Wo. tq^^ .Strand, wili be K-�eived w th KraiitiuliS and tha�!(fitliies�i A fijtilier reference may be kit^wn bf applicatjoii to the Rev. Ht. Lerot n'vA Mr. RdwTidir, Lonl; Mel lord. " A\mii nr.^ hei>ekmAiVi-ii. ~" TEN Yejrs Purch.i-- wilt be iftimediately giWBt\ for Annuities undeniat>ty sectirtdnpoii F^reeholii, Copy, bold, �;f tong Leasehold Estate^ Ulcere the parttes have an 3f)soIiite inteicst, ai'd on which ^y^raason ot tlie pKssurc i�f the times), Monev'cannoj-he obtained upoji MortjfiRe. And artl�asft will l^cwue be Riven tor Annuities foif yoiinK Liver, sectired.nn th:t l%s {>roperty, or on Money in file Fuiuls, w!we>Hie.pwfies have oidv ^ life mtercst. Iiy either c?�e,tlje jtMntors will.hive the power Otrtrleemipg the same.-^%ppry pe>sonaHy, Of by letter, t�Mr. King; at his h>n^e. 9v |obn-;j^reet,,.^(Mttbi. .  ' ^ . CARRlAG;S. Tiyt AR|;S, .Froprfetor ot the REPOSITORY, late x\X%T.\eil\'*s, Great Porthiid-sijeet, Cavendish-square, >espe�t�nUt�ntoHns the P.uWic, tba.t'hfe-llas.i^^ 8j>rtniini.� all descriptions, coin^m fqr sate. AnyvOtntlem�^aminR tr>l)nrchase, may be sdpbfiea'Vviih new w S�cojt�Uf>,�nrt CarnaRes wori|iy tfceir.iiUeniiiQn, and' those Gewlemefi havir s any tb dispi^bf, caT,-^insurM � �U�ick .�iHl.ailvwt�eoter�tle:try,n ,tbe Murnetm^ urtplici. SS!I!t*?*T* '^�P"^t?'y, bemg the Vrgest anjl *lde�t esub-H**^ 'Nv�.rC8rr1^Be^�n^inVorSa^^^ or to sand,-willhavej^e.g^^attyare THkenof them \' MONDAY, JUkE 9, 1806. Uiriate 'Kir, 'P*(>*rw^ ta;th�r QjifpnH-Sti^m! fipstf.i^fi d'antliieon, nu>st .rcsp�ia'�Hyv6e)?a"H leave lo tn&nn'.hTs fnends and Tthe'Public thatjiehas now brouKht t^.X�ib&�>�6 tite hiih�it�tateor perfd(^Wf "ia-isj that fbrljeattly and ,|Kirinaiwiiijy"theyi8t(j not, to beequall�l by any iti'tne Wnnilom'.:'' Mr. B. .havi\ig been vpvvaids of 20 vpars the l{ianj|ita�l^nO|( ot superfine. Colours witK una-tiAteil praalce^has'gau^ed a superior knqwledRc (Tver every urhi^.: VtautMenitet^f >W4d a fartHir'jiroof^Hhe qualities ot liKpolouf^di^Spciety of Atts have vo^cd to'him tMir larg> f t ^diet^ktiet; 'and!^ Guineas, tor inventions m superfine to ita^v3 wainingi \>)i)i'a�ery^rficle in the Drawing late, -.-...,, �,� viLMKix, ttJUfcijOjv'LaeB,^i. Secrecy must be pled'cd, am \v,lt be" observe.!. None but a yt'iiih. whose eoiiheitions are bf fiirtiine.and are liberally liiolriied on the octa^)Oll, ^vill Ijj Inir duc?dL. lie will" b: provide 1 fir foi* 1ife,.iiivd rise progresswety (neitherreqinrini; iiiterS.-t nor fHir-cbrfse) t'>the vety liisljest Military Raik, v�ithoiitbiins any �fiirtticr^by'tiien i-n ills i'lieisils. He inns: be 4ibi-dresr^aiM)4esiW^s, (It l*Kseas5ror artyltSHjfnibtepioperty, th^^^ plietl with any Smi^on>fair and eqiiii�bld.ieriiHK by paying 'an adequate Anbuityrlfiterest for tli#!iaine. AS'.jisomoney i al aiiplTfca'inns ffe diilym:?ived by Messrs. I.itpis �xnil Co. at Wo. z, J-mtes-street, Adi'l^Wv Strand 5 and letters (p.TStip.Mi an'^vverwi \vt''ily fur I lie high ami di-T n^uished hoivnir winch yoii.h;ive this dav" cnnfon t^is (.crasjin in my f.vour; and fur thai most omplcte Una- ........... .1------......_ - '.aiwlor voice, wiib- reientufive in L'ar- MONEY r^ady to advance- lor rtk.cciHiH.ic u..*!. .-Minuitief.-.Mr. .RUBER fs, who hnu>niess forseveia! y-trs on a plan thut has seU iU.m bailed of I'ivtn^ the mot entire ^arisfaction to but lit the gr.mtors ard ourchasers ut .AimuMies, lespedtiillv inlortus the NohiJity and Gontiy, thrft. lie ivnow Huthonsed to ad., vancenn; sums irom loo'. to :i cnnsiilvr.tbli amouirt f'lr Annul lies S'-curtd on Landed t.vt;ite.>i, Moiijes, l-.�iniied Pr.opetty, under ti"Oat, and Clergyinen's Livings, icr wjiictv a liberal price is giveit,; redeemaJ^W at the opti-Ai of the ^lar-lies,-rPcrs-nal applications at Ji:s House, No. 22, Cecil stree-, .str^ii'd. ; .. nr-'O SELL a very desirable HOUSE, of Elslit i Kms..No. tj, Wests Mjiure, Sutiey side, wuh a Garden atid Water Uid on ; Leasehold t'>r 75 Yi-ars to riin. In a I'tjJite'Nci.'hh urrmod, and tlnse to a genteel Chai.e) ; 15 Miniltes Wallit Irom ilve I'hiee l'iri,tg=s - -Miiy be viewed, Aiid early possession. - Apply t.j Mr. Kcina, 6, Great New-JKirt-street, l.nhg Acre _ . . .� � Vle offices, goodgard-B afidextcnsii t land, cli'fefty ineadowj bounded by the Kivj' Wey, ciisLmt one mile't'roin (tuildlbijl.^ l'o��e�sioiv may lie liail mtu�c(iiat.}y. li' more Wftd tl�fiHlaK?;vv-.�jied, tit* t�k�r oj' tf)pij0uj.em^USe^avcoUiv modated wiHrtjfaci'es oT meadow. ijiujiiiieot .Vle��r�. Drav, Great Uutscll-street, SInofns. bury j orot Mr. Killlci^, U.-h-hierer, Gu.ld.roftl. ' T^O be LE 1', partly Kurnis'hed,_aiKlindy i*ie fimct-JL ed on iiniiieaiaiely, a v.-ry good Hi'-US-l-., innst'eTIi);!-bly sitnafed on the Cotswold Hills, ut Farmiiigtri), n-vir Notilil.-iich, in the Counry-of (Uocestercun-isttJig'of a; parlour, drawing 'oom, .-.tiidy, WY .ml L>AJ Aili^ES ^- in SCOTLAND, to be LlvT., . TO be LET, tlie MWE of ANTIMONY u pon the EstSe of G LI NI) I N NIN G, Hear L A NG -HOLM, lying m the County of Dumfries. These Mines, which are the orflyAntunony Minpsin Great Britain, were a .few year.* ago opened tip by the Westerhall Mtiiiug Company, but ..vvere only carried on to a very luniied extenr. IroilT this circumstai.ce an enterpr'isingXoinpany will have the oppoatmuiy 01 iin(�eduiely commencm)?, and from'tlie present state'of the Mincs,:ami*'tl;e very,high price of .Antunony, theje .is the most, ftitteriiie piospett ot thecoiicera turiiing out highly beneficial to AcP venturers. Besides the presenl! Mining Field, which may bedonsidered merely as a ptiiven one, by the operations oi thd last Com-iiany, there are many promising appsarances Which have not been foltowed out,�and which now ait'ird an ai^pitt oppor* tunny of carrying on vcyry extensive operation^. The Mine^.havel|;en �;}ei�ie�l out ^or the nis'pedioh of intending olMer.% 'Wllo may vfith ease aid safety examinle the ap|)earan�es of the ore^n the: (littiiient veins, and the nature oi the workings." They he wjthin ten mile* of the town ot 4.anEholm, to which tnerp is^asy access by excellent cauiage , �oads. '  ; ^ ' t Also to bc.let,; the' LEAD MINES on the Esfslte of * GHfeerecleuglf, in' the Parish" of Cranfbrdjohn and Cwuflty ot I taark, �^ *: : .These -Mines lie In the close .vicinity, of the verjr rich anti wilaabU.Mil^�!Svot-.Leadhins and V) anlpckheafli wihicV are , rinowftl tbiiavc'befen f.�r iirany years by much th? most pro-' Tdu4V�!Vere(iLinS�otland,  ..... I "^Smrat-vtinsotleiid have been discoverea in the lands, be.-{ sid^ a urtfat.vanety of 4nosf Itattering apwear^Jites They ; were fanhtA^tf wrought to advantage by tlte. $�cl>ts lyipfing : Coif^auyvarU ^ill now,' from the higli tirice oflead, be found oil cScamlnattdn'.rtf *t w�JL\vorfhy ^iilie at^t^niion of adxen-' signeti NO, 3, tsetrrge'Sisireet^ cainourgn, iiwin^ipossession oteac^icir \vJ)pm.Sne9upeii�Qf ijie.OrevC ArtUinoiiy, together With a W\ btt ohthe state'pt that m]^e,fitp Iwlgrd. !rr�H'ERev> WjtLlAM BARCLAVb PATENT X AIS'l'IBILIfO^iS^ILLS.'* Theyx6l�jl�e"!>"�leott|ijs valuable metficmebeinn noyv vested io\tif }lam Birtlayi'fjndihi*! kftiwl/itediby, hmi, , the I'ilN ,JS, in conse Jueftce, e1 wjiplewale orders %1lf Mt*'?W q-iasted tp be aUdieiscj} ^ffW ^-sql?pt- li^nienf. lo th; latest period of mv lil' asstired, my woitliv Con-Stirivents, ygu Ar.�l||ffind me devoted to y.>ur scrv.ce; and th.tiihei;atd, Geinlenjen, Your vtrv mucli oti'igSd * . ^ and most lyiilirul humble Servant, , Appleby, )ilhe�,i�o6. , MUNCASTER, NEW RUPTURE SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED FOR THE. RELIEF OF .BOTH SEXnS'Af;FLiCTV.D WITH HERN1ARV CUNilPLAUm AND FROLAl'.SF.S.-It has been estimated tibt at least one person in fifteen is ruptured ; but anru>n7th jse classes ot the rommunity which are much exposed to lahnri-us emi.'loyment, tl'.e average may be fixed it one in euht i4r nine ; and it is fnund that, in sume particular parishes, the proportion mafy becjmputed^t even a tuurth of rhelabouri IV iKipulatioi. ! . This complaint IS not c -nfined to any particular age or ses, nor i, it the consjipt-iice-of de,iravriiy of cai-s, its fatal con-S';quencei may almoit ceitainly .^e pieventeil oy the applici-' tio.iofaii appropriate Truss or Compress. . Prolapses are not Mulwd, equally ..common ; but jet iccur much n^o'e frequently th.ii! aninattentive ob.-iei ver iniLlit apt to suppose,, and a!eespei.-ially inciden.t fo the weakei sex. Among tlie ifflided Poor, where no means of relief have b 1.^11 resort.^d to, during the exi-tence o> Ru; rures and Prolapses, the unhappy objetts are commonly disabled from'tuU fi.ling the oriliiiary'.luties of tlieir stations. . The extreme dangcrof these complaints,' and the great incoiivtniences en-liiiled oiitiiose i-itiaoie b-'ings who survive their, misfortune, have given birth to an ninumerable host of Truss-sellers, Rupture-mongers. Women-doctors-, and ignovantimpostors.: so that " no disease (as the iafe celebrated Mr, I'ott observes) has ever turnished such a constant snccessi" llyarlbpting a'system of pcono'-. iny in rlie i-rsnuion^nd maDagetrieiit of a perm nent.iund for the rclfof ot these niitortuuiite suileitrs, a nun^berof-Sun-scribers ot One or'Two Guineas each (ler-an.iUin, may be en-b ed to iidn>i:ii.-orcot this Esta-. blishpieni. , One objr-iSion, and only onei it ii here proper to anticipate, l^st si-hie benevolent pcr.sons should suppoTie t!ie;ft is no abr sliite_ necessity Mr tins, insntutioii ; mwielv, " tliat thrre . a!re:tdy exisfs a bnciety for the*e spcgilic. olijefl-i"' -During the year I7tj6, aAOficty was toT-m.-d m this Metropolis for the -s t e piifp"sr iDlA RD 1. to U rietiverri, diiy flit., in tli'e tpace 'if Orif Mfinih, 'mh> H'n M.tjesff'.r Vff. ' t:iafl! ie;Stwe^ attrvk, a�J o, It fj.idfor by tilth payuUe,ySitb lii!eirA in v.'or,li at letf-lh, ir r'vi// �.'///' >t./*-o 'V />�,/.,, * tnmr pe-i.n on his l/>>�ff PKrERSnURGH a.*l Rl.GA HE.WP. ii , AiUifributi'-n oJllbctLmp, fuit/j a Jotm;Bf iLe Tenit^ may beitfn at tbtT-fj�ite. � ' - -� J, -  ' v A** lender to-.U be received After T-vxlve o'Clock on tbi 4u( oj teaty, mr any noticed, unless iht p.irry,'o> an agent Jtrhm^ attends .  ' ' ^ � ROYAL EXCHA.-^GE ASSuR.-iNCE OFFICE, lilay ai, rt-O. THE Court of Dire^ors of the Royaf Excharige Assurance do he eby g'^'^ Nttice, Thai their Teantjer : liioks\v /i 6f shut famSuKMAy, the loth c/ Jiitie nc^ct^-to , Tiie�(lav, the 8//j J.ilv next, ukJil'.it ,t G'n,rHi Caititif the s.iidCarporjiion 1ui I ie boldenal the" Oiji.e, m Werinesda)*, the 18//) o/ June next, al hleven t'Ll'M.Kin the Torenton, f ciin\ider ''Ja Dividend. SAMUEL FJNMING, J,m, ?cc. � *�* Attendance is friveft., djlly, at the said Ojfict, ana at tieir Office in Fill Aiaf/, for' tht Assuranee oJBuitdin^i, Caods,, .and Ships in b.irbaar, in dock, or "While builde iiig, Jioin loif or dam.ige by I'"ne; and also Jtr tlx assurance 'ajy and granting Anitnil!e,t'^>!,^Liiies. (Signed) President. Melville. Vice-Presidents. "M. Gartlisltore, J. Heaviside,, John I�lr-s .'Vngerstein^ W. Wiiununi, Koheft Himkir-y, Walter Farqulnr. Ir-as-.iier. I.W.Ad'am. � .Life-Governors. . Henry Hi>are, " VVilliain Aler.s, AY, Hall ! inibrel. Ahrahain Goriijniid, . Robert -Thonitoii, .  Samuijl ."rhoriiion, Henry Thor.itun, 3 m';,-i, Ka-refv  Ge rge Wolf, Tetgiimouth, AV. \Vilberfo;ce, l)arh;im, ' � . S. Dunelm." A new an4 efficient Institution has now been established tor the Reli tof Ruptured Pe'-'*""s, which will includ'J within the spiiere ot its bounty a description of suHerers (namei-y, persons afflicted with PioUpsFsV, who havchitherto been left unprote(Med and forssken. A\ iih a lefeience to this tvvofiild objstl o' lis formation, it is name I The New Rup. tore Scciety t-jr the Relief of both SeXss atflided with Her-iiiary Comoljint.s and.l'rolaps's. The Patients are attendcil (gratis) by Mr. Blair, No. 69, Great Russfl-street, lUoomsbury.- Subscriptioiis for the use ot the New Rupture Society.are received by the f illowmg Hankers : 'Messrs. Hoar:-,; Fleet-street, Treasurers to the Society.. Messrs. Hiiikey and Cr, Fencliu'ch-strret; Messrs.'FulleriChatteries, and Co. Lombard-street; Messrs. Ransom ^and Co. Pall. .Mall; And by Mr. John jiawyef. No. 20, Great St. lames-street, lledtord-row I oUcdor to the Society, ot whom may be had the printed Kules ut rhislnstitution. . I' Order, W. E.Al.-LEN, principalSev'-t.iry. Hi Al.TH ANO.LONGEVWY. . DR. JAMES'S ANAI.l'PI IC and ANTlblLlOUS ^ " ^ PILLS T^HE Celebrity ol the Analepric Pills, �s a ge, 'X neral Picservaiive ot Healihj isbccome liniV'rjal, Itmii their Efficacy in those Complainrsj/which continuaLy dts'. tu'rb-tie Human brame.sucUas c^olds, Rhwm.-iiism*, -lead-achr-s�eration; being an ex icl t-'ttrlir,e.Qf rhe Arguments ami int-^i.-sling Fatii, aduutiii by the principal Cotnbatmtsoii b ith sides,.jospecling Cow-pox inocniation ; ^including a late olljcial ftepott on this bubjed, by tlie Me-^uical Council ot tjie Koval jennerian Society, Chiefly desigw-M lor the Use of Clergyman, Hsids of Families, (.!^ardians, ox Inocuunou; price Two* p.rnce, or Eigliteen-vence a dozen. Second Edition. - - \ "great DISTRESS. ^ npHE Person, who somi; Months ago, and lately, /X addressei} an .^dvettiseinent, begnnung " A truly la-Wntatile Case,* - I o the Dunevolent and Humane,'.' in this, aiid other rapers, humbly returns hf� most sincere Thanks lor the - Donations he has received, am-iuntrng in all to 34I. which have b .- . IN^VENTl'JN OK THE MlNtiRAL PASTE TEJiTH, MR. BE ^CHEMANiV has obser'vedv-ir) the .Public Papers, that some of his menial Servant;, nijora he dismissed from his Scrvicei have liatt the as3u.ait��loan-noiuice themselves as Deiitis;s, p.'aftiiing tlie art'vf.iaaldn); (he .vmieral Paste I eeth; and in cvderto giciv-thecoiilklibKe . of the Public, have asseited. that they had been severi) yiars Assistants in that Prolcssion: I)e Cliemanr tMiAX_tiK only Person in Englaiidor � r^n of Mitgaoiynerittst^ or-in hjs Operative Process ;.iV6r has- ho:o4ierl hts Chei mical Prepatation of Mineral P^sta Teeth,- the fo/matiofl-and perieilion or which it is requisite'to^oh^erve, daxianJs lo'hg; aiid extensive protes?ionafpractic.%> built- on ifte ihost pjro-Jbundscieniific theory. *-;�''  ' -  * Fitth-strect,'Soho; ; � : .: . - � . - ~\"HE i'ev. Mr. GAMBLE beg* ta inf�*m. the I I'ubUc, that Itehasann AgeottM fresh- SM|�plv of BRITl!>M herb tea; whichU4<�tMi�^''o:�ffle�)iMi's iit all Nervous Disorders,"fiUtultticiesv li^iiQ^siimM; Ac.-The foMowjiis was received from a l.ady ot lespcitabiUty- i ^ 'ftthcKcv.J GA'VHiLli. S^mw,�-DriM!t.r r-Sir,-Petusing-the Evangelical MagatfittM piiiicciTed several Cases otuhe wood xt^^sotyoiurGailibtfefSvlfriti^ Herb' wljlj?:- ----...i.ui..-.-.-^^^ , heiieht iroi. sltk (WiiK D(�t,.tor ih^lasi i^hreenipntHs, .Hf�i|-avK* Uilloui-'Dhordtf; K^vwianff-tbrtli^ ;