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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 21, 1806, London, Middlesex                                Si/ITURDJY, JtmE 21; I80G. Trice XJndrrihe Patronage oTfSaf'fc?''"^;      ^^^^ THE SOCIKTY niHTAlN. OF GREAT rs MONDAY EVEXlNG^Iune 23, -will be ^RKS -Admiksion 3s. Th� Public nre respl-clMly 1 .-.^JmnA that owing tc.  bone, Lo.idpn; tlie !r^. S.rll.-mv Aloacr,eft"^^e)l>vood, l^M I'rotovsor JJugal.f, i ijjnnturej, adiircssed 1;. .1. W. tu tlifc care of Messrs. Taylor and >.c\vt n, Warw ick-squarc, tifindon, will be-duly attended to. "r   . (�1AilT0lNiY\s   liighcst   flavoured   COWSLIP / CO.S'tJO TEAj sold exclusively at     I? PIvR'sold es-^bli^sliedWarel)oliisc,iNo 'i'M, Strand, late Cartmiy, IJoys, U) reeommcndhis tiiu'stTeasof all otliersnrts, ( Oflee, Cb�)eo-laie, and Cocoa, of tlie very best l^laV!ty, and on tne n.o.^t reasonable terni!. ;aiV orders from the t;ouiitry puiiclually at_ tended tpJ^;V':';V ^ � '  '.      ' isALNT IvtrKE, RLh>I)i.i>si;x, June a), 180,).-To C.\RPKNTEI?S,jMASON.S, PLASTERERS, &c. A ^lEp'n.N^ rif the liector, Ghurchwardens, -f #- Ovrrscers'orthe Poor, and Vcstrvmen, t.s appointed to bf.iioldej] in-tbe V'estrv Room o/ the Ciiarcii of tlie said Pa-rish, on TiiUESnAV;"lhc 34 day of July, IHOtj, at Five o'clock in the Afternoon preciselyjtft receive Proposals in Hntine, sealed ui>, from any fit person or persons who may lie willing to contract fat performing the s�;y :ix ."VUtaibrfi of Parliament who have ex-e.vprcsned tlieiropinion of the neerssity of inaintaiainic and taipporlin;; tlie principles of the ISavigation System of Great Uritain. 'Ke::(ilved ^'nnin^nously, Ttiat it is the opinion of this Com'-mittee, that, no iiee:>sity whatever exists to justify the .American Intercom-He iliil, in support of wliicil no evid'-iice has beenaddured : and that the nbippiugof (treat ilritaiii and Jreiaml is more than sullieientto insure at all limes, both in jieatc and in war, wlieii properly protected, the carriage of a rcfTular and constant supplv of provisions and lumber to the liritish West-Indies, trom vvhatl-ver country .it mav lli'^pin-.chawd, and cousennontly there is no occasion, to vlelrt to America, or anvotiier>eutral Nation; iha� lucrative br.meii ol tride, which wouldanmijllv, in the article ol treight only^ realize to the Shipping Jnter�'st of Great Rritain a'ld of her settlcnieuis in Amenta and the \\ est Indies, upwards ot  Ke-Wlvcrt t'nammonsTv, ThattJie adoption of this U;ll at the present momentishigiily objectionable and impolitic, sis It cannot fill to encourage claims onthe p-irt ot Amencii, to allow a tree intercourse Utitweeii the tainted hjates and the King'."! Dominions in the W est Jndics, which was dcdired by his Alajesty's Privy Councd in l/iJJ, to be madmissibte even asasubject ofiiegociation, and which will likewise tend to expel trom that part of cue ( oloni.il trade.which is left tor Jlrltish^ Shipping, a greater number ot them, and will in-creas-e the accumulated distress alreailv telt by the Owners ot iiritisli Ships in the European Tntde* trom'Neutrals being allowed to break thi- blockade ot the. Prussian ports, -in consequence ot which nia.ny Urilish ships usually employed therein, are now actually in the want of C4iritisli Siiip Owners. Jtesolyed Unanimously, That the principVeof this IVdl Une-quiyocully evinces an iiii.eiit ion �)f an abandoniuent of a fitn-rtameiitari-aw of i;nrnpe, uriiversally acknow ledged and acted, upon, and of the Colonial.System of Great Bn'taiii as eijtji-blislied by the Act of Navig'itiim, and a total ilfreliction of A'lCTlALIJNG X^riCE^JniipIJ^TSOjJ.^-l riTlirr, Cnmnihsioucrs Jor (�'icfualli/ii^ lih-iilu- A jf^H " N'le^ lilt hi'rrliii f;ive iSolirt, that, on Art)iidu3% thr itii of .UiU ni-jl, on Monday, l/wMislofl/iiit 'mu'ni/i,-jjiiik-uml iin tin: lirst itiul tiiir.l .WiiUilavnin ci.vro sueciiidiii^'vii'Oiil/i," tUnf ii-ill I'l' riiiiltj ti) iciiiri i'mihis hi n-rltim;., I iinl-il nv) fur-and, i/uiwtilii-s uf K.VtJLlSll PEASl', aiS'd of Kiln Dried -J UH/ S }; IIO L1 > i  LO (� I{, //V >/<� . ntipLCliri: � d,:aU-r.< r/ieiti,r H � miiy Ihiiil: jtiujHr lo^ujl'ir ; to Of deliixi'itil intu Jlis- Majrstifs � vi"*   '-Xh'i ij'ie(lfor j, dolif .-.om, .St-. IViiiVs ( hur '-d:CO;MPLKTI; S-YSIEAi of COOKlK 1 large- Sti'ire.i [lit ihiitfiiiil,' III- hiiii llti: Jnni) lii-iiwllinf; .S^o/^� L/OiU Wny-ij"ptddished.-^in omv'ery la Vohihie'. �'� t- piud fur bi) liUh piiifub'.e.y fiUU .Uy W.-S'ir^vaiiL,-'irpj /sit"v Uhany, P.ii.TrfiUUyi pr-icu 1'2.=. Inlerexl, ninilii'diipiifiyidnlf.    "         -       '-�' . Jn boai'i!s<-'.-:-' � , '   i ' ' "    -      �  VV/c vondiliuiii, ojthf C t Ko, 1)0, Old-streets -     KJ.YTH, NClTTlMt.IIAMSIHRE. rjJlO be SOIiD in or abotit the MoHth of AiigHst k-irUlF�5r CaAon, "This Estate is, in all respects, most de*i rabiy^Vtnated, W snppliedwith. \Vater by three Streams, which,may 6c conyerK'd.tomany i^ehdpun'oses, anrt aooumls Wit!>(>im('.,,'   � '   ' . i     i . � .   *        PartictdaTS will be shortly published, and in the mean time applications may be made Xn Mr. IVenbOw, of Liiiroln's-Inn, isolicftur ; orto'JMr. Jlornc.astlc,ofli-lyth, who will shew the < ''uric fhuit Uiii) llif OJJiic tially necessary at this time to preserve lhe"independeiU-e of ihc Eriipirc. ,    " " � Rcsolved..Unanimbnsly, Thafit is the opinion of th;s ("om-mittc'e, that the. Ship Ovvriers of Great Kritain juid Ireianil, oughtnot. to relax in their eiideiivours to obtain, throuschthe mediiini of their Representatijes in Piirllanieut, tlie future fiilU elleclive and beneticlal operation of the Act of JSaVigatioii, by which means only, wecaii ^' rearaiid retain our Seameii, tlie grand supifOrl of our pn.'Sent pre-eminenci', aiid preserve " oiir Cpuntry ifrdm falling below the level of surounding iin-" tions," but which never can be done if a discretionary power is lodged with the Privy Council, to 3u,speadits operation OJlri: .\'u rrifiiril iriU 7  v  Etdford-sireet, Covent-i .rinlen. : For InsiTnng Iluuscs. lsii!>!ttiig.s, lldiHcholdJ- unnfi.Tre, doods rtiid Stock in trade, witiiin r.iitclaud, .^eo'viaiiU,iii.d V�alesi ^SiJAL unit Scptcmiital insurencca iirc imidc untlici'iuiiirliiiiliuvrfipiAt/ud, jruiit Lu: y a proper J'erson, during the liuursof ISathing. MONHV.-Alessns, J AJaVS and Clo, lK-,jr hiiive to inform those that may be jii � ant, and di'sii'ous of borrowing temporary or periuiuieiit Sums of Money, and possessed of any assignable property, thi.t tliey may bV supplied with any .Sum on fair and equitable terms, hy paying an adequate Annuity Intere.-t for t it; same. Asalso money Wijl be advanced lo those of knoi\n property, on their personal Seciirits. I'ersonai applications axe daily received by Messrs. Lucris and Co. at No. James-street, Adelphi, Sti;ahd; anillett.'is ^ post, paid J answered without delay. �^p6stTsL\1SE /J()01v.-SEGONI) ..UxXluj^. , This day is"pnblis;iet(, (is. boards, IGTIT llEADINQ for iVlKN of TASTK at i LEISURE ll(>URS,^ec6nd Edition, revised. -�'i' \V rs as are fond of light readrngto make it thi-ir companion iu'a puat cliaL-ie, or give it a place in tiieir parlour �iiidow!'! -      '      ' Dritisli Critic, for .�\ngu�f. �K.ilil by ..T. Ridgway, opposite iSOiid-aivi-t, Piccadilly, anil all other book--i-ilei>'.  � Tins i;,iv is (lunlisiieti, in"o:i.' vol. dvo. pr.ve ,is. bd. bojiMs, "OKMAllKS .in (lie ]J:iJS!i.\X�ilY anil VS. j plan riitir^dym'w, cobsTstiiig of eVery thing'thai is, rcr j qnisili'inr Cook.s (>> kaoti in.^ii; _kitche.n bt'!'iiies�.,'.t'j(1taini5')g-k-t!irt-c huiii(r''rl ai.dsi.viy tivc tabl't?'; of bilts'of fare,-I'f-i'is-r>;m^ bill oi l.ii'e for 4t^,;.uUlki]jj'i'i;4it>t'<- -dc,-;s. each ill Ir. 'Ihc Whole coiiipn*liend�ii({ihernAwtitfrfi-rt Trea-tisf tm cooking and rul'.wrrj'-aflaii'v i-V(.T-])rintca f 7i.'ingv>�.fe. viart Work at tV- Mai^uts-fir Ruck ittgham's, Irdaf Tl/e .lit' oi Jannaiv tu the :jiit orjlef.cnibpr; JSO.). IW .(Of/vSlAlPhON: PtCTcnt Cook to tin.'..Most Noble tli(;.-Maifpiis of EuckiiigiiaotsUiro. TEKNAL CO.UAIEKCE of MliNCAL, �� C^lcnttii, printed ihui. London^ reprinted for t!ie Author; sold by lllacK.s and Parry, ilooki.ni'rs to the llonourible Ea.st India Company., Le.Ldeutiail-stivet; aiid J. itardiiig, Hf.". t a in,es's-st rer t: idged at their discretion." Resolved Unanii.?ously, That these Resolutions be printed in the Moriiing and Evening N ei wspaper.i, and distributed in nil ihe Out Ports. Resolved Unanimously, That the Thanks of this Committee be given to the Chairman, for his indefatigable and mi-wearied exertions to support the shipping iiiterest of f)i v inilefatifcable attj-ntiqn and unlmiited cxpenci', he has lu-ougfit-his Manufactory, while they atlonl him an opportunity, of ottering to the Public a variety ol .Goods, superior ;|ii every respect to thOssofanv other person, and render all (-ompetitian tfuitless, alsp enable him to accommodate the .Publit>eitbpr:in the AVhole.sale, Retail, or Export Trade, Vpon terms nrore moderate, thpn can pgssibly be allorded by amy other House, tn the'Metropolis. "        . "^""i I>L\RT1I OI MONEY is,an imi^crsall'v ft>U fact that MOXEY on LOAN, is aUnostr become �unattainable ! The Papers, -indeed,'still unceaiiinglV lilera-witholfer's, but (Savins;, one or two) tliey (ire sill a kind ot ptscuniary quackery, holding . forth HifaHiMeaccommod!it�on,..yet' on -the trials heightening the dis(�ise, by tedious treaty^ iu|urions exposure, spe-. rious exaction,^ .and tinal -disappointment! .i it and opuletrce eh-his connections (the (Sist^Tnguisheil-nit'cU of vtJry^.iriiniv.years.UQimpeachable pro-tessioiial practice).eiiable him, as hitherto, to mkdi .vti: the - tojMi of, froiji butaool. up to'20^)1)01. or more; by Redeemable Annuity, nnd the Interest aJoiie.required to be secured Vpon Land', Houses, the Jundsj S^'tlU-roents, .Tomturcs, Church J*rele|:meiits. and .olkejc--Lite Incomes:.But trom people of .rank or high rospcctabilitv, nothing juore than bierely personal security is desired. In every negoc.iation .li:onhiled :to Mr. Jackson, aJid which he undertakes. Us ac-IbompVishin^nt ts untaiUug} Just, proni^it, sccvet; frank, and gentlemanly. Pdstppw lettete, bot anonvmnus,- ftddressed (as for some yeats^3stji.to.Mr. O. Jackson, to be left at the New- Cisapi jer .ColToovIiouse, Duki^Tourt, Long-acre, if trom the Ct>uii--Trvf pomninud an Immediate answer; and. if in liondoii, s. conhdcntia) appbintmout at the Author's house, the West Irndoft^fi'Tpwn. IIIYLLW J'ATENl BLACKING CAMS, ^iTIfrinGIl Have tnaintiunt^ tin acknowledged 1 W itiMienoritV for more thait Thirty Year�, continue to uftSoldbvTJifyley and Ulew, No. 5, Cock&pur-street, London, pnectid. each. '    " Geiiti�)ivcn who Ao\not;thin1c.thi$ niacking makeft their Hoots shine satlleientlv, arc respectiullv informed, that if the LaHe IS dissolved in \ mej^r instead ot Water, it will pro-ducc'a*4iUStn'!%qiuikt6 Japan; but it is necessiiFv to observe, that^Viiwgaris.extj'ejniiel)- tiijunous.to thiv Leutlicr, and deprives thm lUackiii^ oi onex>f. its most.valiMiblc Properties, *iz, TBlit of keeping the Leather soft and pTIilnt, and pre-vinting it from CmcJiiiig. The name effect mav he proiluced fy -mixing.Vitris)!^ith tlui Wut^r, bnt the injury to the Effltlii�rwiHbestmgt*nterv . . N. B. *l'o prevent CoitntjirretA, tli� HilU of Dirertlbnn fire Jieniedas bi'luWk (Otditppi'ius Oii the outetde of each Cnk�>. AVinchclsea, and Eastbourne. "The'ltousc i.s.^iist rompleied and newly Furnished, and consists of a capital dining, drawing, and rimming rooms, servantsMiall, kitchen, srullfi y, wine cellar, and other oUices, with four best bed roonis, aiid tour good garretts, a coach-house, and four stall stable, with (he use ot the kttcben garden. 1 he London. Coaches pass dailv, and the A\aggons twice a week. I- orturther particulars enquire of Messrs; Vi ilsons, Uphol sterers, Strand ; or, ftlr. Htockwell, Swan Inn, Hastings. T llIK Rc>. >\1LLIVAI BARCJAV'S PA. __ TENT ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The exclusive sale of this valuabU'- medicine being now vested solely hi the ReV. W illiam.Barclav, and those appointed by lum, the further sale otthc Pills I*, 111 coiwequeiicej^ntirely'discontinned at the Elaboratorv, N o. ;(.)>, Bedford-street, (. ovent-gardi-n, and isnowestablished at thp-Rev. W illinm IJarclay's Warehouse, lieicester-sqnare ; where theipublte may he asMired ot having them in their, pure and genuine state. Mr. Richard Butler, No. -1, Clveapsule, being appointed sole Wholesale Agent, all wholesale order.', b�th in town and-countrv, are Requested to beaddwssed to him, who will mjike the^iradj; the uHial allowance^ None are genuine but those having n Black Stamp, with the name;" The Rev, W. Barclay," engraved thereon. T. A. PIIIPPS,Agenttothe Proprietor-!, - Bedtord-.street, Covent-gaideii. . r roin the Honourable and Right Rtverend the Lord Bishoii of CARLISLE, to Mr. CHING, Apothecary, Cheap-side, London. Sir, ' U.|")ADILY embrace the opportunity your-Lct-ter Wtords me, ot adding mv testimony to that of tbe LORO CHIEF BARON'i in favour of your CHEN'G^s Worm.Meaicine; niv eldest Son Imving a tew months ago derived verv material benetit from the useot it. He had been unwell for several \keeks previous to his taking it, appeared pale and cmftpiated, naslanguid, tuid ronipliuned frequently ofpain; in-bis head and side. The Lord GhiefBa'on, whp had accidentally .seen him in that state, fortunately rer-commmideA to me the trial of your Lozpiiges; and that notimi^ might be lost, or any n^istake-occur in obtaining.: the genuine M^-dicme, sent me three doses ot it. The Ui^t of thesevOcca-sloiK^'d a visible amendment, and after the second dn.so evxiry unpleasant symptQii) disappeared, but 1 |udired it right to giVfe'thethirdv as the two former had agreed so luieom-pionly well. Irom the time my Siin has been in perieet heaU^it and I certainly attribi^te hijifure wholly to.thtvclU-cacy otithe, W^miir Ijozengcs, I have since recommeiideil your Lozeiigcs'ln several instances, w"her�in I have the itatia-f.tetion to assure J'oii, they have uniformly been ot great-sel'-vice. 1 oiiglit to add, that from the untqrc ot the etiect produced jto them in mv Son's Case, I apprehend his com* [ilaiiit f� have arisen from an ^obstruction between the sto-iiach and the viscera.  ' 1 am, Sir, yotir obedient Servant,     ,Rose Castle, �ec. 7. E. CARLISLE. Sold wholesale and retuit at Ching iinrf Butler's; No. .J, Cheanside-, tornej" ot Pateruoster-ruw j in Boxes tit !')K(k\, and 'ii. 9d. tuud for (;hat1tublc Pur\)ok:s, in Boxes at 'J^s. each* r-  JL T.-VRCII': cOut/iinirig Biographical, Historical,];.nd Revolutionary Skctc.'ies, Chnraetcr.-, .Anecdotes, &C. iiy the Author of The Revolutionary Plutarch," and " The iMenioirs;of'i'alle;, rami." Printed for Jo'hn .\!array. No. Flcet-strcct: and J.-ilarding. Fleet-street. '    "       ' '.' \V e iiciir, on every side, it is too alrociou� ; it cannot be ! In the name ofsnirering iind insnlled buniaiiifv, let not this prevail. Let,iiot the itVeniory of the greatest vjllaiiii that the eartii ever produced be jirotccled iiy the foolish persiiasion that they coald not be so atrocious.as they were. "Here ace three yqluciei, added to several other.', published by the saiiic authon, aiid all recording the mobt nreadful eiVorinities, To sViy tnat we believe ev-crv'word in lliciu, . woul I bi-'cqanliy weak witii ageiiend disbelief, because such a^mulfitiide of facts cannot all be ascertained with equal pre-cliiou: butt!iat tiiechiet'part'oftiieai is true, we believe ivitli as much persuasion as^Jwc hdieve thnt the book fs placed before us vy'iile we write."-RritiKh Critic,- May, 180o'. "To CON'DUt-TORSpF SCHOOLS. IX order tliat the SupvTintlldents and Condiic-tors-ot all eoiisiderable Schools, whet her male or teniale,; throughout the empire, ma-: l-.iorouglily acquaint theuiselves with the claims to univeri:al adoption and preierence winch are possessed by the tollowiiig works, Mr. Phillnis, their jho-prietor and publisher, will present one copy ot each gratis, to nil goveriie.siies and superintendents of large schools, who may-address their request tobiia tree of postage. 1. BLAIR'S CLASS BOOK, or .Mii.T Heading Lesson;, for every day. in' the year, seiect-.'d and abridged trom the best authors, and uniting the beaiit:es nt compo.sition wita illustrations ot every branch ot useiul knowledge. Price .js. bound. : ^ '2. Dr.MAAiOR's ENGLISH ."jPELLING BOOK, the. 32d edition, corrected, revised and improved.   Price Is. ud. .'(. The LONDON PRIMER, or First Book, being an improvement of the Reading made |-,asv, and ot all other books ot that class; printed on good paper in a larse type, and embellished with nearly one hundred beautital cutsj.:--Price (id. I. The KKOUKF. to MAYOR'S SPELLING BOOK, and Introduction to llL.VIIi'S CLASS BOOK, consisting .of a series ot easy, instructive and amusing lessons, or e.x-; crrises in the art of reading.   Price'is. bd. bound.' the same works.may also be seen and purchased, with the usual allowance on quantities, otevcrv bookseller in every market town in fireat Britiiiii andlreliuid, to whom lor their regular supply the condvctors ot schools are r.*!pectlully re--teiTi'd. -   ,     . Bridge-street, Lo.1doiiv-* : .luiieViS, ISI.H. _.      ' . �   / ..        . . .. Rl\ INGTl^N'S -Continuation ot the .\NM .VL REtilsTER, tonncrlv published by Aliv DODSLEY. This day IS published, in One very large V olume, price, in boards. Lis. Tlir: ANNUAL .R KG 1ST MR, or a View of theHistorv, Ptjlitics, and Literature, tor the Year 17H;J.  And also, , The VOLUME for tlie YEAR 1801, beingthe FIRST of a NEW SERIE.S. Printed lor F. C. and J, Hivington, No. W,. St, Pauls Clinrch Yard; sold alijO bvMr. l^iyiie, at the Mews Gate ; Mr. Egertmi, Chariug-'Cross ; Mr. Hutchardi Piccadilly; Mesisrs. Nornaville and Fell, New Bond-strcet; .Mr. Kev-iioldSj OMord-street;  Mr. Lloyd, llarlcy-strcct; and by Rles:.tiri�,.Arch, Cornhill. A PROSt>i;0 Tl'S, cxplalniifl? the Motives for the Commenceraciit of a NEW SERIES, and the Plan ot the tutnre Pi^hlicatioa of lUc^^o^k,may behivd gratis ot all the BookselUrs--.Mso, \. IKe Aniiu.tl llegisterj: tojr the year, 1791, pnctN in boards, Ps. y. The Animal Register, for the y�;ar 17913, lu Two Parts, ' price, 111 boards. I Is. * ,'1. A (leiurul inde.f to the Atinunl Keci$ter, from thevear niiHio 179tf,bo|h-iiiclu:iivo.' Price, in boards, lls^ or half >iound,ia.<      . . The Second Volume, cootitnrng the Index from ITfil to 1792^ may qe haiTsrparate. EOl/EllLI    J RAVE] S IN JJAL^i. ThiJ div afe ptihlislicd, in toUr lios-.-ly printed- velumes,,-  v siri:ill oct.ivo, unitortn ..With the other Iravels-Ot toe same Author,'price Ais. in boards, .   - . �    �    �     . . � ,  . rpil A V I'lLS tiirough �iTAliY, .from Livoriia . . Ja_ tiirimgii I\n)l and J'jorcnce to .Naples, aiid-froni Naples t'lnvugii Koine, liologiKi, .Viilan, u.iu \ leiuav to lief-. l.ti, \icrto:nied during the dose oi the ywit IHU and the com-iiicii-.emeiit ol IhUa.       .         . By ACtiUSTUSVON KOTZi;i',UE, Author of the stranger; Lovers    il'i'S haye^roiiounced Kotzcbie to be, . iii i very respett, " The first of^Travclk-r:^," as well as the most livi'ly painter of manners and charai-'iir thuti in thii line of coiiiposition, o'er addressed tiie i'ld-lic ; and the uiii-vers.-il r.'o'ption of his Travels in Siberia and 'France.; not   . onlviii every part of thoji; Islands, but in >^very countrv iu Eiiiine, is a circumstance deinonstralive (if bis cxtrai'rdi-i'orv merit.   Yet, however interesting may have biJeir ipi f) riiiir Travels, ttieVe in 1 taiy claim rank as.'his clicf d'ceuvre, ,iMid ilia particular niauner command tile notice of thoLic-rarv- worldj not only as retiting to the iiu'st ii.le?i;.iiiiig couii-triL-'s in Kurope, but .^sposse^'ing a rtcli:ind unequalled fuyl :of novelty, information, aim aniusiemeut. , PriiitcAlor itichard PhiUiir'i No. d, Uiridgr-jtrcet, Black-fri.irs, and to be had of all jiooiiseller.-. J Of whoin may lie lia .\ price l"-;. iii bo irds, rwMiE nm'QRY of CMII:AT liillTAi.V, froiu Ja. tiie Kevolutiou in lub6, (wlieu Hume's ilistoi-ji ternu-niiles J to tl:c Peace of Amiens in 1 t;u.''.   , By \M,I-LIAM BEI-ififAM, Esq;   '      ^ .Independently of the ackiiow ledj^-d merit i�f .\ir; Belsham'S Jlibtorv as a'A\ ork of iiiKjnestionanle iidelitv, it claim:- csp. -rial iiotiCe of t'le public, as being the oidy "ili'story of- i^'ir--Ijud by a singh- writer, whiijh continnes ihe'Iiisiory of Mr, . Huhu", with uniform spirit-aiid ability, to tne iiiv.sc,."ttinU-.. V Jinous have Iveen liie cxpedieiits to compL-te the series oi'oi.ir Nation;.! Hij-lory : �.Smollett'^ geiiei'..l W ofk has lieca g trilled ai;d mutiUtc^l.'Vvitli.T. vic>7 to supply a conlinaatiou of Huiuo, 10 the death of George tlic .Second � but tiie parii-~alit> and defects of .Smollettas an Historian haveloijg been-aju^tsubieet of complaint, nudsuch a ivorkas .Mr. Bclsimiri'i has, foriiiauy years, bc'i'u ainonjj the prliiiip il iiicnirv ui-sidir.ita. � I'cr-oiis, however, who !ire nctu-;Hy po'ses'r'd both of ,Hume and Smollett, may pirrcnasC S'-paf iiely .Mr. l?el>li:inrs Jii.^tur�' of the Iti'ign of George the Tnirin eigiit soiiraitS, and taus coinpL'te tJieir srrics to the i'eace i>f" .-\ntii'/is : i.c those w JO are possessed vt -\lr. Hume's History oidy. n!ri_>, l\v 'the par-chase ot iVl r. -BeUham's eijlire, Work, comph-te an un-intcrruplt-d and uii'efdrinseriesof our Hist,oi_., froin the earliest records to the prescut tiiur.     � Printed for HicKard J'hillips., Nc'.fi, l'.Tidge^stre( t, Tdack.-frius; soldby ',), Archer, Dublin; E. P.alfo'.ir, I'dinburgh ,j tln.sh and ifeid, (Jlas^ow ; Sulli\an and ,\\ est, Cork; and .bvfall Other Boo!i.sell;-rs'niiddcalois in books. '  "N; B. Persons who havi;. omitted to compute iiieir sets of Mr. licls'ip.-n's History, should iiiake earl* iioplication tt� their respi'ctive booljS! llers. A NE\Tx;YCLOPUiA: To be completed in iuelve .\^ont!si On Tiiesday, July 1, will be published in qnai'to, price Ps; P.\Ri' \  the four tirsl parts naviiiic already appi\ired, ol' ANt?'.v and Coinpeiulibus DICTIONARY of' AuTS and SClKN CI'.S, to be completed A\ ithin the. year, by the pubrication of one part onthe Iii-:^t ilay of cver, � snb-cquciit moiilhi the whole making twelye p'.nS, or i�"i> 1 irg''- and elegant quarto volumes, with one hu.iuiej and iwentv copper-plates,-  l!v ii. (;RE00J?Y; D. D; Doctor in Philosophy and tlie AtU, ;;nd l!or,nr:irv ^'t';^bcr of the Imperial Lniversity ot U ilna ; Memberot ti.;- .\saii-che�ter;ind \cwc:islle t,tterarv and PhiloMiptiical .locie-, ties;  Hoiiorarv Aleniber ot tlie Hoard ot .VgricuMure; Chnplain to the-Lord Bisliop ot Llaudatl: Antlior ot l.s-s;i\", Hi>torical and Moral, the Ecojiofnv ot Nature, �\c. \ DlCriONAK Y ol ARTS :uid SL'UlNCES in a co.u-pendious torin-. suhicieidlv copious without being pr-j>i\, accurate bet. not dilhue, divested ot all superHuous miitter, comiiiessina: ratln-r tnaii.copviitg w hat ha^ been done b\ others, ;iiid evlubitina; a de.if but concise view oi tne jirc-sent stite ol the various, br.-uiclies ot human know ledge, h�.'; loiig bet'u a most desirable ob|ect to the Englisli le.idir; 'V Diction.'irv is properly a work of rctereuce,- and not of detail; and those w ho w isli to become adepts in .-uiy one art� or science, will scarcely study ii trom;ui Encyclopiedia e.x-cliiDivelVi. That a conqdete view of the art? and Sciences may however be exhibited im a.-.mallerscnle than is Usually attempted, will be obvious. It we consider, that the Cj(Clopa>dia of (.chambers was originally comprised in two volumes tolio, large and open priating! that the ttrstediJion ol the Lncv-clopiedia liritaiuiica extended only to three thin vo1uiik-s quarto; and that many exceJteiit works ot a similar kind, and not ot a greater extent hsivebeen publishtvl in toreiiru countries, l he retrenchment also ot many superlUtoiis and useless articles, w Inch have latterly ^foulld their wav iiit.� books ot this descriptioui will evidently cause a coiisideraide reduction 111 point ot size, w ithimt iii reality impuiring the intrinsic value and general utility oi the woi'K. should, therctore, the execution in.)t disap'()onit the iniiis and expectations ot those w ho bate projected tm' .'Von h icJ tiouilrySrt .\rts and Stiences,' the loUowmgme tlie niimt-di-ate advantages which ihev trust thev uia\ with r.M.-u;.n t modesty promise to Its purchasers; . I'liM, It will exliibit li compendium ot all niiDtiiii kro^v-ledfK\'the-more lumiiioiis boe.iuse cleared ot all exfriineous matter: ratacr pr-ictical than spceulalive: and in wnieii particular atteution w ill be paidto the most u�t>ttTl branches. .Second, It willbeof a eoav.enieutand comp.iraiivelv pori-ablestze, calcul'itfi to lie on the i.ible otevwv studious person, tis.a book of coiistani reterenee, lliiid. It will be printed so a.< to correspcmd �ith the quaiio editions ot Dr; ,lomi50ns Diciionarv ; and the possessors ol both worKii w ill thus havt^, in tour quarto voluiai-s, !ind at a muJeiate expetULe, nil the literary aid whica the Enslisli student or ren.iercnn possibU reipure. The work will be neatly printed in a new luid elegjiiit bre-th^r ispe, cast expresslviorthis purpos , ' wove paper, llie copper-plates are engraved vhied, tioui original drai�ing. ii;d aii\ pKitis evergiven to the public in a work ot this nature; ,ind thus,-, reterred to in each pan are regularly done itp w ith the cor-reifnondiiig leticr-pres�. Printed fur RlcnaM Philips, No. 6, BridgiMtroet, Bl,irl�-friars: and sold bv all book^ellcn and dealers in buok.s, �vi vvaom orocpi arc ti-qursicd tu be jfiTcn 4> kutIj as pwo^itjK-.   

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