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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 17, 1806, London, Middlesex                                '   "   ,        *.....t 1*- Vnicrtbe J�atwnagc at hU^y^ Ufehnefc thVMUy>iis� Smith. -intl.'iierfortii ua Jttoiiday .the !4J<1, nnd _^       Mth iii^t^whUll is^^a BRmSif'GAiLERY", PaU-mall for the lixf rbibitia��iidtSale�f the. Works i;^ Britiih Artists, i� iMw ottca t0;t)M:;^'ubUc,^aad'Stud|rt, by a- cbccfrttil Cidtiraft^i^^of the TaUM of FabUc Spt;i^^ AibKsiie'iand'EU'gaai Bra�:&ec of.EqgUsh Literature. The oMMi^ity wHlb�.parHc�|Iar1yq4^ l;'tfrt'ign;-rj, aod pA^nsirithliwedlmeHteor Sp httiienvbUc will inspect theui, as they arc exhibited ill m-maUaad-iCorhhill.' PRaVIDE^TT INSTlTJltmON   FOR  UFt I.VSU- '* jrte�wso�8Ta*rrn-, 4HaeIQ, IfiJI. AT a "GENERAL COURT of tlio Proprktors, b. Id this day. WtCUAM PRAED, I!sq. M. P. in the Ch.-iVr. A Ballot JOuic place, and the fi�ilo� iiig .Nobliineaaiid (>oii-tlenen were ei$i:tc'd to tbeundtrmrtilivned aiipointuifots.   ^A� PREStDKNT. ' The Mast Noble the Marn. of UUCKLNCfllAM, K. O.&c. As V ICE PRESIDENTS. The Most NbbletbeMarq. of SALISUL'RY, K. G, &G. &c, Thp Right Hon. Viscount BULK ELK \ , *c, itc. &c. I'heRightH's Jbr VictuitUiiig lilt Mtt-jetty's Kai'i/dohertbii S'i't yolicf, Ihutiin Friday, the Own 0/ ,I�iic nesl, tlieifwH Ite rtMdtj tit ircciv,; Tcmt�rs iuxurfl-iig (ica'iiliip), junaiAhiiuuutititi itf theJ'olloKingdescription, v./STAVE.1:- Crows Doulaie PIPE, BRANDY, and HOGSHEAD �STAVES* ,^ ii^hntsiC, Haifabroir, Stettin, and ihaltnot fte d^livrreit lulheUOaid before tin!! o'Clui-k un the �u(/Friiiiiy, thfiOlli o/'Jnnp w-J^, �t�r hHW-w tha person mho m <\ �"^K^VClilEtWn^^  All Exchequer lJin*dat.!d in the Mojith of July, iSO.'), ^     TtrBE PAID OFF. .A � havinj* given DirfCtiittis for piivii'ff oiV.thc IVineiswl of the nbovcnu-iuioiied. Kxclu-quer llilis with the tiitcn-st tU:Tcoii, at the Exi-h.-qucr I'itl Olice in th? Rrccipt of Exchequer, New Ptiliictv i'an!, Westmiiistor, � utcii, (he Bcsiri-rn oftlu'jiaid ISilU'are desired to. briiif; IL.i^.ts thereof, conuuii-inj{ ihe Aumbcr* in 'Nuinericfil'OrdiT, awiriUiig t<� the value i)f thff snid J'�ill�; and timi'S of iiJinmnireHH'nl of interest,  wit^i (he principal Sums^tnd Intereiit due (hiTcon, cninputed from tiuv days oil which they are r;'spce(ivol^vd!itayment of Ahe Principal and Interest, previous to the said t!Mh day of June, ISOtS, thev may be ne-' commmlnteil im coropuling thi> Inter'-st to the dav on which they wish to be paidi and leaving the said Bills for Cxai4>i>, nittionniiedav prioMhefeto.  . Such I'ersoijsas iiiiiy be desirnai of havin;P New Exchequer Bills in part payment, upoa ineittioitiiiK the amouiii at the bottom of their List$� deliveriMloii or before the 'ilst of Ju!:e instant, maV be accommnd: d i-enatl' his ce;______ '1V> Ol-^t'ltU.KS una v.il-..SJ liV/;,lj".\s  ViFfi wish to underUke to MESS a U^Xii.M^:^T; the Wom^n is a protVssed Cook ia all italiriucbci; the .AJaii is well vfrsed in the at-raiijjemc'.rtofthe ral.l.', NNiiiCi'.OatiriHj;, ite. A, B.  Thfy have been acfitstomiul tn soinf'of tlii'-lirst .Voblemenamrtii'.'itlfmea's- Talibs; alsa havrraessed .some of the first KeRimfirts in j;n  .-nldnsifor A. B. al Air. Taylor's, ??p. P, Old As Tltl/i .   -The Most NoblD the Marquis of BUCIUNGII AM Th ub-�rribedlbti�titiftdtim�, thi>V shall be retfterved by the Society dnty Sold with'a Pi(eniium. .'  . ,^:"$S^3;   �     WILLI.m'PRAED, Chairman. ^^IW.CllinSi>^bavit^ left the. Chair, it was. uiiaiiin^u�ly. ^'Ihai jV' Ttoiikitljii Mcetbig be given to Mr. Fra^flwAiipaueeaiKiHct in the Chair, .aiidhis uniform Uiid acttyciiiipBtigt i^iRhc^intepedg Of the Institution. eocouragc' ,9f Life linpranceatod provii .i'(lHseirsDsaction� to th� most fiabUe tHat hposplble. The noprtcton^- and After the o�. � .     - I'emple-bar. ' As the Ladv jvishj>st..*..o;ii!:e :i te,v Pujiil.: t.i;;.) wuh h:T, any Pttfceiitor ttuarrtia)! will Ire waited on.  Termi      i)erani(umir�nclud-iiifCwriting, therudimeiii*of music,genirioiihy,and French relijfiou.^-aiteiitioti, Jihcrultiilile, andseirtrate beds.   Bojird-CR limited (o Eight.  Uncvceptionaldtf references will be TRIAL OF LORD MELVILLE. 6m .pay JKiKSscsg, nfithoiit a" fages wKist; be countr ^actcdi exttatfi^tnt cst�ihlishmi?n|s i        J " n^*" to be a de- 5|^t�ogtifrHo ex*ectthem.  lathis **�"rtg!fa��ntg arcjimtly economical. ^Vi^f    Mataltopsly � ial,C.ipitalwm reiisonabiy the.iiuiaey wbieta tbey-Md-iA Capital of of w: Mld:prove a iMiraia* vlU*t  SOiitbamptoa-street, 'Ii^twjefcit-thelioara ofeluven ' ^T*EWEN PROPRIE-JIT jINSTITyTloN. ^qlHanlw for the to'^the" itution. whitih I I feel to 5 <'.?'!' '� ittihti en.iWe him to-publish, on the l!-�h iiiatiitit, a coorect .-ind impjii-tial rvport of the whole Prrtce.'diria;r=. It will contain every Argument and every F.iet luiei^ssnry tivput the Public into complete PosBessiofi of the whole CjiS", and at th�) �ame fime will b�' soldatii iMPice within the reach of eyefyrejider. *�� The Public are renursteil to be particular ia ordermg " ASPERNE'S EDITION.V ; ' LEASt:iIOl.D IIOIJSES NEW JIOSD-Sm^^^^ Tobe SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr, Siimi, June 18, at twelve o'clork, atdana , tarraway's two,lots,     �    ' iiousKs; ?tfos. To�MORH�tW., .iiuiu; lo, �i iWiV-VViu" /(U�lVi'�-huu5r., Ch'uuge-iUt-v, �a nnwplomplete DW IvLLI .NG- . , , - X 75and7(i, desirably situate for trade, oa the North r,.-ist sideof New Bond-street, containing near -H) fort in frouti in the Qceupnt\an of Mr. Ball, oilman, and Mr..Scott, lottery-office keeper; at rents amounting to 1631.' JOs..' but wtiinated worth WOL held of the City of London f*r 10 yeaw, renewable every U years, at a tine certain ot I'ii. aud-a re-�served rent of IIL per annum..        .     ,   . Tobe viewed 10 days provioiw to the snle, by permission of the te�i�jfs< from H  berie�,.BiMl Pleusttrcitoutids, kitchl's gardcBs,"with h'ot-riomc mi fp-^n-nOUse trcHttovAcd. and ' P        ot^'neadow land, jjart freehold, copybrtd. uS i;�tatc U jre^l watered; the ilaiitntW tiiriodln nnlcMiw atyit>, thcf TMtal^ R>rmii^j� tiiSldwce^tti^^^ JDrm)kerfqc:'M('rrliantt, ,    DWmt4L PAUL �   HOUSE OP LORDS, MoxftATfJirsfi W; The LoKD AovocA-TR of ScuTLAMO was beard it* the Scotrh Appeal (,'raimm v. tiieCouatiessof Glenctlini,'>^T� be further iH'iifd to-morrow uithreeVi'cloek. ; The B'lillj on the Table were advanced a nag�eacb-H�oit of then) private. SCOTCH JUDICATURE. Lord C.REWILLE, afur referring to Ibeflirdervtbich he b.id moved for .Miftxliiv lust, for bringing forward rcrtaln Rcsolntionsto n-galate the Courts of J�*�c* in 8ct�Ua�Hl, ^\'i!tt<*runrkit)gof Alines (ft Ireland. Also, a Uill *&r the Aro�  cdneMilay next. The Cnaimittee on ttie Land 'fax Commissioners Name Bill was put o(f to this day week. Mr. V AN ^it I' TAit 1' brought up a Bill for gr.inttng certain Rate-i of PnstaAe   Agrecineat betweisi (hi.> Lordsi Comuii.s.sii^nerj of th  in contemplation to remedy the evil of nhirh he eomplained: and that the only circumstance that had pn-yented hint from bringing that inensuTi" under the lon-sidcrution of the itnnse tvai, the failure to which the lion. Geatlemart h:id alluded, and the probability of many limil.ir f.iiluri'S, if aay preeijiit!it���tep� should be taken, in conse-queiiee of the over Issue of puper. It wa� of importance to grte thi"question thi-fiiileirl coiiiiideratinqj and be was there-tore induced wifh that view, to defer btingitig it torward till next Session, ' MARQUIS WELLESLEV. Ordered, on the nitftioik of Air, PAUL, that William Cooper, JohttStraery, J, Riley,and Henry ntrachey, Kiqrs. and Liettten.tnt�i:olo�ri Mrfrick^haw,-4* attend tJa? HeiBe., on Wednesday next, on the consideration of the charges tor High Crimes and .Viisdenu;aiiors agaiiiit AJnrquis \\elle:ley. 'J he .SPI. AKLK called the atieiitton of the }L>miur aa'?wcred, that (Ha Coaunit-toe were only to report what they shoiild find there* in to the Uonse, Mr. KULL/ER did not know what the Journals PttTCf-iireetf' Dates, No. 5; Wclbvciiottrctl^ Ci^Tu^TifclSq^'r^ trics'witbm the Mediterranean, distinguishing (iibraltarund Alultn', from the .'jth of January, 1799, tu the latest period the same can be made out, PRISONERS OF WAR. Sir HENIIY .MILDMAY seeing a Noble Lord (Lord llowicn) in his piafc^ begged leave to ask him a question.  It was well known, that many French miUtary and naval ofliccrs, though no re--gular carte! existed, had been allowed to return ta ' France, and he wished to know whether they had been giillercd tu raturij in consequeiiec of any general arrangement, or whether a iiiniilar number of British oflicors of correspondoiit rank had been allowed to return to this couiiliy. LordllOWlCKadnjitted it to be true, that seve. ral French' miUtary and naval ollicers, wlui were prisoners of war in this country, hadbceu permitted to return to France on their parole : it was also true, that no general or regular cartel Avas csta. blished. tfoiao persons had also been allowed to return' to this country ; but he was sorry to add, that very few officers were of the number. Man) of thosb who had returned, were of the nuiuber of ti^osc whocotildnot be considered as, prisoners of War-(hearI heti/-I)-~hc meaot the persoifs that had-been ^o unjusti.'iably detained in Z<'ranee at the cOHtnicncemen* of hoktilities. Sir HENRY M1L.DMAY sidYcrtcd to the return of a re|iectahle ollLeisr from France, ^nd wished to knowupon what termshe ha4 beensuffcml to leave France. � � Lord HOWICK replied, thtit the ofBcer to whom tho Hon^ IbiFt.'had alluded, Captain More, had been permitted: to return on his parole, d to, he had not given any opinioa respecting the propriety of reimbursing the Noble Lord his expcnces in any event. When the heavy cxpence of the trial by impeaphment had been urged 45 an objection, he had only said, that it might be a subject for future consideration, whe-thiSr the cxpences shonld wrt be dafray(4 bjF tb� public in the event of acquittal. Mr, FULLER then gave notice, tliat if the cir-cnmKtances would a:iiuit of such a motion, he .should luuve to have his cxpences repaid to Lord Melville, Mr. WiUTBREAD observed, that the Noble Lord h:jd not been compelled to go into the Court in which lie had been tried, Jjut had been taken there hy his frieiMls. Mr. DUNDAS r-collectcd perfectly, that the obsei vation of the Noble Lord hml been made on iho oa-asion, when the ctMnparatire expcncc of a trial in the llou.w of Ixirds ami In Westminster llaU was-under discussion, .and undoiibtedly the removal of the trial from tbcNJiar of the House of Lords to Wes.trainstcr Hail had greatly increased thee,\pence, and mo* not imputable to the other Hoiisw. The Committee was then appointed. GREENM ICH HOSPITAL AND CHEST. Lord liOWICK, on consideration, felt that the motion, of which he bad given notice for thrs, day, for leato to bring in a Rill to make more cfl'ectual provision for the Pensioners of Greenwich llospitnl could not properly be submitte;! to the House, without a message from his Majesty to recoiiiniend the measure.    No time,  however, would be Iiwt, as in the mean time he .should move for th�i proddclioa of such information, as would hav-.r been afcessary to be-produced to the House, before the second reading of tlie Rill.   The Noble Lordoncluded by moving, "That there be laid -before the Uousca copy of the minute of the Commissioners aud Governor of the Royal Hospital at Greeuwiehjof the 5th iristant, relative to the mode of amelioratinj; the condition of the Out-Pensioners, and making provision for the inferior woimd-ed aud disabled Ofliccrs of his Majesty's navy." On ilte question being imt, Mr. C.VNNING entirely'agreed in the object of fhu Noble Lord, and in the course wJfTch he propusi*d to pursue for the attaintaent of that ob-jecUMe. was |iappy to have at letigth a recognition on the part of oae of his Wajestjf*8 IVIimiters, :that any boon to the Military ought to ort^Qato :iu a Message from His Majesty, because that wa.< the. propositiJUs that hod been so often lately, ani so distinctly urged from his sidi! of the Housto The Noble LordV cottducton a former occasiott,* had ioen even frequently adverted to .ti the course of ihc'c dive issious, and be was happy to Gnd tbnt N.oble Lot d, for .who.  high a respect, not influenced by th� example of hii! colleagues, but-persereritlg it the tMns ilBtional pr.icfite. coi lliiot bat be gratified by an ti.xpresHioa of approbation of his cuttduct fraqa every Membi'r of that House, bijit partt�ular-y fron* the ll$(u.G�atlemi{n who Iiad just sat down. Uut ' whcA this approbation was giveaj, by cootrostifig his Gpnduct with that of b;s coUnighcsin office, he cuutd but persuade himseU> M(ttt it was not bestow- . ed lather wi'.h a view of  ideiiinli^ otheM than of cofiipUinvncing him. TbepseiantiMtancecouiu   

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