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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                rr'HIS PRESENT EVENING wiil be perterm?d ,  With KOSiNA.   �      : Tc,�noii(W;tli�R"Sy l)ody; wi'^Jlie Quaker   (n�nR THURSDAY, "E�!EIvMAS(>NIS� tavern. Jonrs. 1806. f ;in Adjonrnmehc of the Commntce appointed V*trc.e�aarn, assembled at Larct Somerv.llc's &.,.r.�B StewofCatHe.&c March4, 1806, it wi�s lesojmi, .t TilaMn oVile?^lo najt an humble hut sincere trib�ae to jt YOUNG MAN. 17 year* of age, af respec. ,iCjL table conne�l!ops, who writes a very good batidt withes to iirake himself uterui as junior Clerk in a countiPft-hous*", or wit!� a GentWmaUf or take the tlwti^e of Educating the y(;unK  capabld of giving; insthiclionqiihcr ill French ot Engli'th � and can have the most untlcnTable recommendation. I'er-sonal application, orietiers adJSressed lor Josep)i Botiet, No. 70, &>iuh Audl^y-street,. CrQSten>,r bquaie, atte'ndeiVto with -thegVrttcsn punifuality. tion*any one indivulualX i� order to pure.. ; iflaie to be presented tahis Otaccy wirli. a suitable insctip. �i,on, expressive of the esteem; and Riatitnde ot hi; Grace's Associates iu the laudable pursuits of ARfiCulture." It is now resolvrd, �* 'rhataKieceofPta�eheor.cIoseedr('Olden-s(jijiire. '''^   ~~    "     CUiWiiK, UBirK^"    � TobcS^OLD by Al'CTION, by Mr S.VflTli;, OaMonday next, June 16, at twelv-,- o'clock, on ti�e Premises, 111 .sevei.tl lots,. ALL the large and valitjble MA,1 ERtALS of a Urce bricVl and tiled IJWELUNC-Hl)V/Sh, and t)iric<;s, two lariicbarns^ stables, caw-ltovisc, W3j;�jv and vxt lcKi,;cs. and Various crcCUoiii to be pulled down, late ilie residence Mr. Wm.. Octclee, dstewej) at Clcwcr, wuhiti iiieinile ot Windsor. CatiiioKuesmay be hid of Mr. Smith. l�fo. 9, New Bond. s*ret!f, iieirrlis'Ohani}'. ami it: Wiudsoi*. ^t.^S.: AlMiV i;.UOUWII.L.  --' C A MNIl) N .CUi-11L, HOUSE, eocksour-sireet, C.'wriii^i-crpsii. To be Petenintorily SciM) hv AUClfON, By- Mr. ANG.KI.L, On MoxD.^v, the 16th iiist. at I weiveo'Clock, at-Garra-way's CoU.:ehouse Cornlull, (tw order of the hxecutors): THE valuable and JesirahW LEASE of the CANNON COFKKE-liOUSE, latein tf.eoccupation or ;V1 r. W m. C reen,decea�ed. Tine ptrnvises, have recently been niuuh enlarged and imp ved at a considerable expence, and atenow til tutVtrade, cumprisinj; a handsome pile of lofty bciildmgs, witti. an exteostve range of front elegant cuftce-wom, litrgs club and other earing rooms, txUmerous hed. looms, and every necessary office tor carryiiiji on a capital iraile. which.nogother With US loeality, stands uuiivallcd in' the Metropolis.    � N. n. The fcstats is held at a low fs^ound rent, of which ;iearly 14 yeariareu.aexp-retii-and is replete withi modern re-]iairs, coinn[ianding t\vo enroncesi the imineaiate tlioruilKh-t^ *�es. to fall-Mall, Haytn^rkcti Sprrtig: Gatdeiv GaJe,. and Cfiarmg.cross. ? The furniture togpthjH- with the Stock of Wiiic,' Spirits, �c. may be taken at a valuation, or will otherwise be Sold by Audion. < To be viewed three days preceding the Sale (witJt tick�s) and particulars, with couditiomot sale, may MiMdoii tlie premises; at Cartaway's; an<} of Mr. AngcU, No. ip, 'Ihreart- TTn^INES-Otd teX fORT itovti 36s. jo 4.2s. per VT na tinglence, and surrounding thecottage, but without the '�'er'''�liJ�'h or pathways^ ro-dds. or otliet inconvenieocies ..generally atiicheti to. ground^  'i'bis Estate is capable of .treat improvement, and n^ay, be considered, without -exr /icption, as .one ot the most d�|iKhtfut spots in England, .^here a. retired count/y lite i&aqobje&t� and where* by biing .coni'muouR, to several excolljsnt and (^heap Market. Towns, tne expe^ at. living is extremcty mocjerafe. The ride to at> n�n two mile*.dijtant, whetOi there is the finest fishing in �i>e country for salinoiii troiut^ and all kinds of fish.  Game ^'every tlescfiption 1$,very plentllXili awl sporting itiay be folio,ra~;-ii'" V '*'''.^^^^^^^ �"i �porting may be �0d� Jiw """^'^T iinmediat�!ly it desiretl, and the present NEW RurrURE ROClJiTY. ESTABLISFJED FOR THE RELIEF OF HOIH S E X RS A FFLIC i-El> WI PW HE KN lA K Y COMrtLAfNAND J�H tur(d ; byt among th se classes ofthe rommnniry which are miicM rx-pospd to labori'US-emt>I'�ymetit,t!ie average may be tited ;it oneinciijhtwr nine; audit is foiimltha', m some particular parishe.'T, the proponton in.iy beconipuied'a't even a fourth of the labouring population! This complaint is not confined to any uuticuUrageor spk, nor is It the consequ-iicc of depraved habits or immoral b^-iLivimir, lAtt it arises frosn a natural bodily d^&ct, ur from verv uiuisiiJl ex'rrtions, at any pen^d ot lite; and can be neither torcsein nor avoided, etthcr by the weal'hy or the poor. \it jthotit timely aid 11 generallv f�rmin�tis by a naiii-t'll and tapitf diss-olutpMi,- in early lite, or during the vii;uur of manhood : alilwtiiih, in a �Ti.cciir muchmore fre-quently than an uiattentive ob.server mttht be apt to suppose, and a'eesneci.illv incident to the weaker sex. Anionvr the afflidlcd I'oorv where no inewns. of relief have been re^ -rtl to. during the exhteiiceot Kiiptures and Prolapses, unV.  ipy r.bifds are commonly ilis.iW^dfrom hil-htliug theo;�li;iary"duttHs ot tiieir stations. Tlic extreme danger ot these compl.-iii'ts, ^nd the gr^.a mconvemences en-tailed ont;;ose i.ma'jle b-ings whi) survi\re-their mistertune, have given birth to an iiirumi!*r:)ble hDst of Truss-sellers, Kupfure ntongi'is, ^Vomen-rs .imi miiorant iinjiostors : so that **lio disease (as the late ceiehrateil, Mr. Tnlt ob-seive*) has ever furmshcl such, a constant sitccsssuin of quaoks as rtiprures liav ." adopting a systemot econoi. my in the foriTiHiioi) and maiMgement ot a oerni inent Itind tVir the rclfef of the^e iiiif-irMmate sulfeK rs, a number of Siitj-scrib.-rs of t-hieor Two guineas eith peraiv.um, may be cubed to adiTtiniiitercoiisolMmii to ihoiisaiuls ni th?ir rello.w-erea'ures,uvho wnuUl oilierwidciiie ini.^sr.ibly, or live uiipro. fitabic niembqrs of the c-n:im nity. icverurhuniUed pjunds Imealnittdy bi;eiiconttiDui;'d few the sup-port ot this, iisra,-tklUhirient. One objefMon, �nd only one, it, is here proper tot antiufpate, Ijst some benevolent iwrsons should siippii^e ti'ere.ts no ab-s.jlute nrcessity tor tliia. inatituiion; maiely, '.*� that there altea*ly exists a .Soci�ty tor th"se sjiecihc objeds ' ^During the year 1796, a society was fornieit in th^sMenopolis tor ihe cnie |.Mrpi;K of gritiiicousiy aftouling .-iiirgical assistance ai-.ct Trusses totlie ruiitured poor ot cither Jiex ; but, unt'.^rili-iiately, some cireuiVistapces octiirr-d, wnich induced the principal Matrons of that InsTitiftiun to discontinue their saitcfion, and air Isotfth towithdraw tunn it fi\iir>.*ly ; as a;'-peats from tlie^subjoiiied fomirftia resigiutiOii, sent to tlie Treasurer ot the Sficietv ahove atliioed 10 . *' We, the uiKlersign�U?resiisr.square ; where the public may beassurctht' hnvmg them in tlvstr piirt and genuine state. Mr. Richard liutier, .Mo. 4, Chea|-�.'dc, beinitfaciforsquaf. iltg andcii'ryinf; hy luitd ic Vyrt/in, li'idJ-omtfjence ijrtuater to. Hit l^lajetiv't'rard at iUymojaJi, the TIMItER felled thii Season in ihe Forest of Djan, being about 1015 Loads* '  AfoimoJ-tl)eTe-^dA-i eseeitatfi>!^OKce. NaTender'uiill lif received after T-ioetvr a'Ctock on lb/ da/p ef treatyf lior any noticed, units' the parry, or an Ageiii Jnr iim attenJt. V-OtHCli, June ni 180*. �"a'KS frincipnl Ojjictn and Comtmsiwrjrs of Hit � X l^ajfMy'i N.ivy d'l hert'iy pivi Notice, itfal.on Vi kd-hS' n.\Y tvxt, the ifith nsuvnt, at One a'Cti.cii, ttiey io!ll lie ready to treat wlh silch persons ar tnay bt nvitiinc to contract for- A Uittfltlttion 0/ the Iron, luitb a Farm tj rl)e Tender, m.iy bt teen at this Office.. '       '    - �      ' Noterrdtr wut tie received after Twelve o'cM on the da f oj Treaty, tlof any noticed, ttitless the p/ti'iy^ or an a'^m Jot him; at-ttniu :    V4Ci'JAl.t.lN4�).t>r'rt*.il� "Jttrte (>, i�o!�i . TW^^Comnth^iittvs fir VfauaUing HU Majetty's Navv Jn iMrt'jf give Notice, Tbat ot I'^o&so av the id of Scptemtjer �*J, itiejt'viltLe rtadf 10 receive le>uiert in wrti-tne (ualedM^j, fortbeta plyint o/WAj/: FRESH JIEKK, SRA PROyjSIONs, and. WrNU �W/ iJf ^fwWc^/jr/./.r Mvjeity's >iljipt an-!f I'extels at L'tLon Jor the spare, of.t-.tvlve moc 2d 6f .Sip/ember ne.vt, nor-M:':tt the pntoiioljo m.iki-sib^ rcidr, .  :i,nf ' ^r.toii on bis '/(l^aift utiemis, tn ansiuer when called fo-. Al).,v11RAI.TY OF.TCE, Ji.ne lo, 1806. "^^OTiCIi.:/y n Sciiiz^t of Oyr .Jj^' a/.-d. per-iiirrcr aJtd GmI Delivers, jw tlie- Tr-ul oj Of-J.nces ci.ituHilted on the Htgh.Seas, ivitbin the juris'tirt'ion of ll.e A:imiMtyoj Englatd, ti'ill bi Ar/./rtf lu-tice llall, i^i the Old Hailcy, l.inaoii, on i-Rit�.\v, the uth of J.ily nsx', at Eigt-t o'Chck in the .t-.^^-ff/V/q-.- W M � Al A \K S U E N. ROYAL-EXCHANGE ASSUJ5ANCE OFF5SE. 1 'inc, 1806. PERSONS, luhose Annttal^remiutntfall dn^ on the iLl^th iwant, are hereby injvmed, t.hitl- tiecetpfs are now ready tQ be dehwie.l at the Company's Utijces, rver tir.R0y.1l E?tcha"ge, and tn Pttll-Malii as iv^lt a\ by ibnr respective Agfntt in the sf^'er.il Counties ;  and the Furties assmed arc re'iiie.\trd tn ajpiy /or the-renrival'f their tolicies, on or bejore  ps, in Harbirtir, 111 liock^'or wh ie liut  on t! ourts of Europe during the last fiiity year?-, in five yolupies, price ajs. '"nrt-HK POETICAL WORKSof,Mrs.R03INSON, nrjw first colle s. in boartls., . AlS'soonas eachof tftew VVnrks isrejpMlivelyreadyi it may he hid of every Liookseljer m C; reat lintain and I lejjnid. Within the last Three Months Mr. Phillips has published the following esteemed Works. 1. Pr GregorvNCyclspeitia, PiirtsI,�l.andIlI,at9S, Almon'sCompl��e Ediii(aniotjMiliX��.avol�. laj, 3. T^e Spiritot' the French Anas, 3 vols. ijs. 4. Public Charafters ft>r�*ii8;ioS.0�l. i. Crockei's KJeinentsor Land Surveying, 7s. ^ 6. Sannder'S oiithe piseasN^Ot the Ear, ijs- inboarda, 7 Winterln Londort, by Mr. Sivr, r vols. ijs. 6d.      -8. MaitI, Wife, & Widow, by Mr, Sijjdons, 3 vols. 13s.6d; d.BioBraphiciil Index tOithe House ot Commons, 9s.. to. Pitlureof jLondonfort8o6,     inted. it. Blali'a Cla-'f Book.orafij l.es�ons, $s.^ . ^ Hi. Cotemporary Voy ag? if and 4 ravels, Y,qH. 111. 1 �s. 13. Turnbuil's Naval Sut8�OT,d.W.v 14. Tr�nsliitio�isfromthep�we^ntholoj)r,7s.6d. lew Dr, John Reldon C,onftiwiW�w�, 7*. 16. Robinsbn's G rammar ot History, 3S� 17. Prince ttoal*on,th6Aitem�Sni|ilsind,7S., .. ^ CfchoC xjvhichrtiay behad of every QookMiUec mth�i United :  �B*lge.Mt#eti May �6, lUo*. TRIAL OF LORD MELVlLi.E. To-morrow Morning, June i^h, will be published, if the VerdiCl of tte Hpu�e of Loii^ls be given litis d4y, neatly printed in one Volume Svo. *ith an- engraved Poiiraitof ni� Lordship, price toi'. 6d. in botttU, AFULL ^nd CORRECT ACCOUNT of the TRIAL, by Impeachment, be HENRY LORl> VISCOUN r MELVILLE, for High Crimes and Misde-meanours, beSorc f he House of Peens. in Wesfminster-Hall, between the 19th of April and the 17th  f the same Re. gi.nftitibtfOre the Hon; Justice Mayne, at thcSpri >g Assizes tdr the Coiintv of Cork, Saturday .'Vpril 5, 180b, taken by a Pr.-ifessioiial Cienfleman in Court. Printed Ijr'r.Ugercoii, Milrtiry Library, Whitehall, Tilts l>av IS published, price a-, t sidcratioiis Politiqr lireiagne retaiivemrnt if \ I'lnssances Nemres. To be had of J. H-iiUi, P;iil-Mal.; lioosey, Rr.ia'; srreet. Royal bxcharge; Dnliu and Co. �-ol;2-s^ii4V..-j ^nd ue. coiichv. New Ijnnd-strcct. sl! "n~o� tl MARV'JIS WELLti^LKY'.-; AOMINIS 1 I'.A! ir/- this !\-!y i.s iniM'sht', inQ  ir.-c, p!x,-i;�. A  VINDiCA'llO.N . f the JU'SIIC:        : , /jL Lie .-of the lite v:        c .'.->'   -and ihe Deck an, by Miro.'us VVLl.Li-.-..:    . tioii with liajee Kao, ae.-iiii.^t tfei; sub-rui '        -      jr-i.-Priiited f.:.f Join; Litoi kdy de-.ayed from beconnng worse, prevent the 'I'ooth-iich, per'tfiliy cure the Scurvy ja the Goms, and pialx thpin grov/ ^rm na-J. close to the teeth: rhey likewise ren-icr ttie breath rtelicnTCly sweer, and remedy alt those rtiso'tlers that are ihscor.sequencsot Scotbutic ijimisatid bad Teeifh, In order to prevetit the Impositj.ins dailv praclised bv p;r-scn-j cnuntpr.etring the above men'.ioiicil lor.;; e!;!al�HThftr Medicirars^ the fnllrwiiig wor-Jsars (by pcr;nrs-:jnj engraved in thf stamp, J. HKMET', BAY I hY and BLEW; COCKSI'UU STREET," and none arc gjnuine but what have these words engraved m the siamp, and also a Iauel'^-ith the word's" BAYXf-vaiid t;i.r.w, Cockspur-strtet, liondon,'* pasted on the back ot e-ich bolt le .-inu box.  T!ie EssenceaiurDentiince are sold wh.ilesaleanjl retail bv Bavley and Rfew, 5, Corkspur strier, price Js. qd. each; . stumps n'lchidetl, and ietail-!>v r. Scarman, (Tate Partner nnd Successor to Mr. Heinv't,) Gc)r*e-st. Hanover-sq. London. N. U. The E.^sence is purncuiarly recoininpntic  have the care ot Childrcai as the gjcatest presetyaliveot vming and lenderj^efri!_    . �  ~ ~ sPKlNt; t tii sic; r\E VELNC'S VEGETABLE PILLS are �i Jf proved, by exprtience, tf� he the best and most Innt).-cei't'.'MtJratrve, Punher, !�Bd Sweetener of rfit; Llood; snd those who ate alHtiited wirh the scurvy, Scbthuric trupi tioi.s, Leprosy. Scrophiila, or aiW other Disorders arising frcm'vitiated Elood; ot those who have impaired their con^ stiTutiors by Diisipat'on, or Juvenile Indiscretions, should bv no means omit a course of the Vegeta*jle Pills during the Spruig. The operatiosi" ot fhis vsiUable'Vegetjble Alterative is so pteasartf and salutiry as not to int^rfe^e with the avocations of business orp!ea-.nre; its aition is confined to the anjinal juices, .md requires no alrentu-n or restraint in dk't; it disiolves m the stomach, blenvfs with the too^l, and gradual ly pervades the citicitltttlng fluids, correcting in itspas.^ sane any deviation from a state of ctir.'/alrscence; m Short, it )S the long sou*ht for Vegerdile Specttlc* or safe, butaMive,. siibstitv'-te for that t^sliionaole rrtferal. Mercury, which may be said "to cure only by kiilmg ; its effitarvexc'it.'S the attention and surprise of nieti!c�l men', lor whet* all other medicines haye tailed, I5e Vel'no'i Pills m�y be lehed i>n asa spe-tlfic for all disorders which opginate in an iiijpurF or Smpair-e l lit Red Ink, by the Proprietor, "     '      C. STAPLER. ^ Prepared by Mr. C. Staples, now sole Proprijtter, having; Durohased the recipe of Mr. J. Pidding; and sold wholesale and ret il by Shawa'>d ttjwards, 65. St.,I'auPs Chui�h-. ./ard, on the footway; retail ilsoby Mr. Dickenson, No. 6ov Icrner-street;. Ciaik. BoroUeh ; .and Tuit, l^change.-l^ Price4s.6d. il. as. and ijl. T^IXON'S ANI7EILIOUS PILLS, ar?-found JLJf from experience to be an EftWhial Cure In" alt Bilious Gouts, and RheuinnticDisnnUrs, Nervous andSiclc Head-Ach�, Heart-Burns, *c.-The following is a proofoC their Utficacy: ' 'V Dale Castle, Haverf3nlwest,S9Uth.Wales. FebruuVy i'4,1S33 "    ' �� Captaih Lloyd presentji his com jHimeiVts to Mr. Dixoi* (although not persoHally actjuiiutetf with him) would take it as a fimir, it he would send him "lour or five twxes oC nixon's Antihilicus Pills, as supwas hp possibly cm. Mrjir Lloydi who hasalwaysaited thay Mti^icine, is now pregnant and very unwftl; Jor the great service thev have f>e.*ii to Mrs. LIbjd, as well'afs to Col. Bishop and all ids family, CapfAii^ Ltriyd, teels U his duty tb tcctavimend the Pilts wherovck he-;goe�; andhereallytUinks,*it'Mr. LMxon would.-jjinointsome persons as Vetulers ih this' county, it would hi a fiehefit toi tlic�ommunlt\'."     ' ' Ffbin Mrs. Martin to Mr. Dixon, A pothecary- Sta,-i have same years ifsed, and tontjnne to use, vpur Duron's .^nubI!:ou'^ Pillss as a Jamilv .ipholejale andretairat Mr. RutVr's* No. 4, C^ioip. sid�,cniner at IPatemoitfer-rpw 1^ and retail by most Bocksel-ler�and'Mert�e5neyetidersin evftry C^uniiji ToWDi,m bofett at6s. fid. and as. gd. e�.�h.' '   

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