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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?cimi.il; 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'.<)ld Master*, tor the Stiwly ot the /minget Artists, wlio \yill be adnussibls with ' Tickets.      N ���.y.'ij:-"�        ' ,i;i SVI-.NOR'4 rv.)v.H' �/M:>�'"''1' 3 .3; ho.bom  � GGR0SVH:;N0R most twiWtfully begs leave � toacqu-intthe Nobihty anUOejitry that heiias n>uch irictJr*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 him.an.l 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^e.it 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 depb-.site.1 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,^<:c. and'form^wr ftler iH)itlwJbat-avBS.(iny|^imiii|er4^ rer �f j�inB.pla�s�iy.b� - OADEtSUlP TO INDIA. IT. is believed (hat this soniuch cftveted appoint, ineiitinthe Military Service of the East liildia Cohipany, "and aoililFiciiltOt ohiaiiiment, can now be Had, under the most flittering atispices of intro 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 4ibfair 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" cnnf on 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 hn u>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;tier..us 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 K ms..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 _   .  .        .�     � VAJ 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)? i.pe-rations, 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, e 1 wjiplewale orders %1lf Mt*'?W q-iasted tp be aUdieiscj} ^ffW ^-sql?pt- li^nienf. lo th; latest period of mv lil'i.be 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,irav riiy 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.- H'n M.tjesff'.r Vff. ' t:iafl! ie;Stwe^ attrvk, a�J o, It fj.idfor by tilth payuUe,ySitb lii!e irA in v.'or,li at letf-lh, ir        r'vi// �.'///'< ,fr/;t-.-i.v: 10  lie li'iAi,! hef'j'r  {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, MtrcbanM.tr, .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'ublished.bv 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-ach 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^   

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