Courier, June 23, 1806


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Courier (Newspaper) - June 23, 1806, London, Middlesex ;.Sf;*.- .NO. 4,322. , ' \:At;xiiAU-. 1 , Under the Patronage of fiU ri-yaUlishncss the I'RlNCE aistj d� ...----- tnreto l^inniond Out IJiawiiiid, composed by Mr. ilook; iu which will be introduicd a Sohi ;i hu; V idloiicrlio; bv j'.Ir TAey... Ajicw.�ri�ml ISimiilipiiy by licOioveit, and two full Piecjsby llavdu^id Alozurl, ike whi!lo xvillcondmlt- with aneWgrajid ArCiMliau t iuaU'. l:�:t>vandeans, Milantsc Attt-r IJaiifl, will (iHvriU1cly ivliivi' f;ieh other in t^? i�'rf.)riumiti-af a vaiictv of Natioiial Aii-s Andat the rt�ffWV,th�;Cuu^^^^ I,,:,given a brllliaut Sr'(^, the Gimlens^�uly>c op^iicd oa tao-c cveninga , f;a�d;Eri�lays. 'W^S^l^^^S^&mfVilU-niill form fir, X>|i%U>iiioii aiid^Sale of tte AVojfks �t Itvitisli; Artists, is ntnv wen to tlie,Pnbli�, andiMr'tll coniiauc I'vwy day, from tiM o'clocic in the foivnooii, until five iiithc uftoriiooii. Ad-mittancc. Is. Catalogues, brj. . ' By Order, V.U.LNTl>K :.Rrr.>, Kcoj,rj-. The Exhibition for Sale Avlll eli�c on the lutb of .JuJviiextj trhcn the txliibitors and I'urchiiPi-ts urc r^aucrtetl to send tor their Picturesi T|ic Itooms wtnaftcnvarils l>e oimne.d -.vuii a fcfi Sckft Hctmes ol OJtl A^astcrs, tor thii i^iudv ot the "younger Artists, �J>(>wrin>f mhiuasiUi; w it'j tickt'ti. East Nalivc 4 JJ^'t G^iUJeman or. LaSy going to th j\. Intbe-SBJ.kV hear ot Two Niitlv- MeTand I'v.o \Vonicn, by applying at .No. 5, KinjiS Arras itard, colcmaii- ' WjU posilivtfiv bn drawn ill MeptcnibL-r. rjniiOSK BBAUTIEUL WOllkS uhich coui- i pdSe the Ubi l*IllZi:t4-kii this Lottery, (ami wliitli fveryfriend to tb6-r*ifle Artii\aust bafan.tiouLSvto o&tnui), win neverbehad wlienthi: Uittcry is �vcr. VtiUi re^yict t� the Engravui;!:3 to lie i^tven for the IJlanks, Mr. Iif;;\;,er courts luquif V, ai-.ii rtqacits the public will inspect them, as tliey aru cxiiibitcd in .t'all-iviall,�iid ^?uruUUl._ , . :  ,. ' Bl-ACKHOOl,.-U A KM BATIHN'r;. MR; S WAftiiilHCJK, Surgpyii, finding, i>i tbs course of Ion* oj^i wienec, that Uathing in \\ arm Sea AVaterhasbecnrcqiuMttrn uvniy (^asiy^ begs to intonu the Vuhliclbat he has creeled 1 wt'> i-omniiiiltDiis and oonveiiieiif ilaths, which areliiicd aji in thene-it^st manner, t-on- SAINT tUKE, MiootCSEX, :Jtfjl�20,.lW3. ' To CARPKNT;KR8�>1ASI>NS, 1�LASTERBR8, flee. AMKKTING of the Rcctoi', ehurcliw:4fddli�,*; Overseers of the IJoor� and Vwtrymen, i� appointed to be lioldcu in the Vestry Uoaoi of the t^huMh of tlie said Pa-, risb, On TnitusftW", the :Jd ddv of July, IgOS,: at rUVe' oXloeUin the Aftcrnooa precisely, to receive ProuoSaU in writing, sealed up, from any tit person or persons wiitt Maybe. wilTiii!; to contract for pcrformiJig the severai repairs to bedime atthesaid Ohurch. . " , > nronosal will be received after half past five e'clock qt -' day. The Confrikctor must sive security for the the said perft^cinanre of bis (,'ontract 8t;int attendance w(ll be giv Jionrsof Bathing. a by a priyer Person, dnriiig'the .To FAMILIICS FURMS'lINtfUOUSi S. REGISTERandother STOVES Socond .Hand. A Yartety of Second Hand REGi8Tl';ilaiid other itove.-i in good Condition, to be sold rcasonaljle, having been takcit in lixchangcor the much esteemed Patent I'etsvatins Register Stove, Manufactured by llOliERTS and Co. Ao. 1)8, Oxford-street. : JJJDIA SHAAVLSiAND MCSUX. TT ADIES or Gentlctiu-n having India ShawJs or -IL^Mualmsto dispose ot, Piav receive the Utmost value in cash by applying at licamon and Aliott's. India iMnUiO and .ShawlsAVarehousf, liio. 61, Xew Uond-s.trcet; where are vomtanUy on^inilctnetni^f^tfas'ATtment in London of fasbion- ^fonstahUy anrBale.thetat?fiit �.�\)k fancy muslins, sUawls,;mai:iies, aim every iinuir ..i ladies drctSi of the fiftitqa.iUty, and on the niOht reasonable tsrmsi CjitRDlNlAS.^This delicious Fi-ili ailbrds one i^of the fiiicjt relishes know.!!, (!H C" Iv.SO N S pr. piired \n-chdvirs'fnrhandwichfi excepted), they are iinvil dry, .-md will keep along time. Soldinbo*\ -'rriove(l horn 'I a-ble-liVien,Gown5vWaistcoat5,Muslins,l.nco, and other articles A dwcription of the several >york9 to h6 performed ,may l^n Jji�i*n, i!iu\ t'uri'iii*!* prii'tioul^"'*' liiin,vn, '*y' *^PP'ytO' Mr'. Peacock, at the Oilice of Uoik;', Guildhall, JOilNiSllLlvS, Vestry Clerk, N0.9P, Old-stiyet- ri^lIK Commissi oners for Paving, I^^gliting, and  A" Clcansinj; Ihe Town of BnghtpOj iiijtliC'GAunty-aEJl Sussex, drthercbv givcaiotice, 'Eliat they will be -iieady* at^ theirnexl Meetings to fcc.lield'at tlIo^e^S!�l^l'avCTn, In HrighWa afdrcsato, on Ucdiiesday, theSHh day of July iie�t, atstx o'clock in the evening, to receive Proposals troin any person orpenons willing to �Mintract for Lighting the Lamps, iii;that lown (abimt iWiJ in number) from the'iath da^- of .Tuly next to the JOtliday of April following, both days ludusive, except sevennights in each month. The Lamps to be lighted by sun-�et, and to conttnae bunnng till three o'clock the uextmori.iiig. l*roposals to be sent (sealiHl uj)) directed to the Commiisioneriiatthe New ShipTavern atore.said. Sc:-cdrity M'ill be exjiccted for the due pertoTm.-incc of the. (.'oii-trac^. I'articulars may be had bji avuHyiMg to Messrs. Attrce and Sons, lirighton. . - .'u.'ic I'f, lsp:licapHiOlJ6V. torM.>:'�onth=,- 5;a;iei--street. 10 hfi LKT, FUfeNlSliliD, an fxcolient F.i-niilv HfJi.'htl'^, with c;ieli-lu)nse and fimi-stallstable, the i'roj;crtv l a Gentleman leuviiu; Xoivn tor six montbs : Ilentni! obpl. lurther Particiilavs and Tickets to view, rr.av be had of Mr. ijaus; No. o, >Velhi.>ck-5ircct, t;aveiidish-snu-ivei '� � � A V i'Asx ritoi'ii-.K. ~ '. ; rj^O be SOLD, by Mr. ALDillDGE, St. Mar- JL tin's-lane, on A\cdiiesdav next, the '2.)ta instant, av IJROAVN JViARL, very handsome, capable ot cunyiuglH stoii.", aud Uiicomnioidv fast; only eifrht vear.s old, quiet in liariies-.i, ivisTr.mted sound, aii.l sold for no oilier reasoirthan til-.ttlie pr;-seut uv.wr a ill; and tae Marc is too much tor ,liim. . " ~~isf CKS on the Herders of llKRTS, Near Tri".K,.li> miles from Jlyde J'.irii Cornerj Oxtord-road; r�^0 liMT, oil a Seven lears Leasi.', a Rl'bl-Ja. �1-.N(K, suited to. a Famdy ot respectability (aft others need appi v) wfto do not object to a retiraLhiCji^Tbo. premises consist ot a IJrick Mansion, ISteet sr|narei taircase, breakt^ist. room 15 fiiet bv I;?, eating room with bow 'iO' teetby Ih, drawing room '2'2 feet by U>, all 11 teet high; second lloor hve bed rooms, attic story the same, excellent detached coach h()n.wandstabliiig, 'J he whole are situated In a lawn, walled infrom amarket town, open in front to the comitry. .The whole is litted up with evervconveaience for a family, and well supplied with water. Tlieren some .iiirmture taat would be Ictt it it accommodated the teiuuit. An enclosed pasture ol 17 acres may lie rented scpaKiti^ wJlKh adjoins the U^fn. '1 here is a kitchen gardifii. with wall fruit and apple trees; one maifs l.ibonnssufticienttft kwp the'^enuses neat. The house is near the (.hnrcli. 'i he post trnni London comes and ^oes daily. In tlw toivn are butchers, bakers, brewtr, and other useful triidesnien. It is not suited to a dentleman m hn wishes for sliooiiO'r. ' Hounds are kept in the neighbourhood. � Kiiquir," of Mr. lliniis, Upholder, .No. t)i), iMount-strcct, Grofsvenor-sqnarei ~ A:\M, ITII'.S Jtl.l)i;:.V;MAUUi. ^ rr^EX \ears Purclia,$c Mill oe immL'diatcly ^ivcn _M.. for Annuities iindeinablv secured upna i reehold, t'o-pyliold, or)|iig Leasehold Iwlate-s where the parlies have an absolute inten'st, and on which (by reason of the pressure, ot the times). Money cannot be.obtained upon Murtgugt-.. And eight years purchase will likcw i.-cbe givcji flur Anim.itjcs for young Lives, secured on the like property, or on ftjnney iij the J'unds, where the parties have only a lite interfst. in rither case, the granters will have the power ot redeeming the same.-A'pnl V pei-sdnallv, or by letter, to Mr. King, at Ins house, S, .loliii-strs'eti Adeljihi. A .NEW This Day folfce Right llonourable HENRY LORD VISCOUNT / MELVILLE, &c, &c. &c.. � -MY r.OR!), ;vl|/|v^E, 4h�f Lord tnovosT, Magistuatk?', aud '' T * .'jCouKcitiOf the CJiTYt)f KiKNnuaaM, being met ip CoUjneil, beg leave to convey to your Lordship our warmest ^ongritiiilatibns (in the'hoittUM^^ I8iiu6 of the solemn TriaVto which y�u havelately listen 8ub|cctcd.t tionnccted4ntiraatc-.'.ly with your Lordship for along!{arii�_orvcarii, ahd attatcbed toyoii'.by iiiaiiy ties, "we hayt:partli;iaated deeply in your. F^'Oirthis'interei>^iitg;&crAs(wcrfc.innbi;enl..ftf the charges preferred ' against V'�i J vet, when tve ciminder the Wcighj^ i)ftaJeiiti nnd autlTortty with U'liichyuu hadtocontcnd,'wsOlving 'yuiv: completely from all , 'tl}0 ciur^i^aexhibited against vou, nasco^niuaicaM^^ io oAV-: ^''^v'CUr]{, theniciUbe rtwij -to trek-wUh litck Bevtom ajf iHttuU ttttUifg. I9 eotUrttct Jyr. H'mmng andcoftmg hif land id Purtaat a�d/rm'*'i^'[^ifyi tiater M JiUMajtHtu'i. Yatd M Vlyiiouth* the TIMBER fcHedtbU iieasoii. in thp Fomt of Ucati; beiii^ about It^ ytkoryi ef the Tender miy beueu atthi* Ofijct: Ni) Tetulir will hr rtcric vf'lrtat'iji itor any noticed,. 'nnd the Seal of the City is heretoatlixed. WM. FLTTES, I'j TOVOSt. TilXi SOUltVlV of dress, without any injury to cloth of theinost delicate texture, by the Chemical Bleaching Liquid ; it also removes �taiiiB from Eddies Bulf Orcsscs, without in|liringthe bull colour. Preparedandsnldby Iluds^on and Co. herMajesty's Clipmistj',27, .Haymarket; sold, also, by. Warren and Co. 4l, ll9C}cSarsn^tt,botb plain and tniUed, dresicd ami undressed Cr^fteif, Italian:Tiffany; Iniper'ml Net, Impenal Poplins, . Italtab Sarsneti!, Imperial LusciV^, Parts and 1 ratalg^ir i\ets, Jtiqf eriuil lyiuslinets, Bomba7.�cns, Bonibazets, Cundinc J\tu>-liDS, tvrilfcd ditto, ^rsnet^ ditto, Jacconet, Mull and Btiok AlitsUnsj piaia and fancy Pickets; plain and Lenoes, Black Calicoes, &c. &c. . . . .N^ B-i, As a-Tcry.low "Wholesale Price is invariably asked, (belhg {Djicb lUider the regular Price), no abatement is ever . made,.. /. , ,, . , JK.NIAN', Snpcrfmc Colour Preparer ^kjy* ti> his Majesty atid' thV PrlrtcesBes, at the; sign of the Bloe Coat-Boy�Sd^33�vO�t{brd^tPcet, near, the Paiifteoh, biaile^ve mostrcsptctfuHy t^Jntorm the PuJ>]lijc,thathe ha v^x>lniei vrt, watthfcCTnainearttcJc is wraptup.ln alistof the arfictessold' byl^hri) >ikewite quiv be'Wad,' r^urhhlc for mdrking: AN IJ COM�''LE'lE Si Slli.u OJ' COOlvivRi*, is published, In one very larjje Volume, octavo-by \}. Stewart, opposite Albany, Piccadilly, price 1&. in boards, Complete SVSTEM of COOKERY, on a plan entirely new, coiisistin;;: of every thing that is requisite tor Coois to know in the kitchen businew, emitatniiiK tHree hundred and sixty iive tables, or bills of fire, being one bill of fare for every day in the, with directions to dresi each (fish. The w hole compre.iending the most perfect 1 lea-tise on cooking and culinary aftaiis ever pniited ; being oii� years work at the i\laril"is of liiicicingaam'sj from the 1st of January tothe Jlst of liccember, iWU. Bv JOll.N SIMPSON, Present Cook to the Most Noble the Marquis of Buckinghamshiiv. pn ^uyttnat ai� the b^tthu_ J|rj?|: llANDS'hfereeVer yet ftep^jJVtepmtd' %yf'' a.i^HsaiAiiShf^'Ta doth^'Reim) afM'iir �ome pivts ,wlthiti;iRSistn*�A/�K>i tif tippf^iiriiii)m\, m ~-'....... "* oln, iiy 51!V.ver .�upa^.zBVa.Qinwili'.nuai'. 'itiiuincuui'v uim, "ic-uuf �� iiy.-All,' OvertoD, 4t, >'ewiiondjpt^tret) Nr. f�::Cr\ lUiam |}aKrlay,aiid tUo.'^e appointed by lum, tlfc fitr-ther sjile ot the fills is; in consequence, entirely discontinued at Ihe.Elaboratorv, No. .'J.i, Bedtord-slreet, (;over.t-giirden,-and Is now established at the Rev, A\ illiam Barclay s Warehouse, Leicester-square; w here the. jiuhlu; may be assured of having them lu their pure and geiiumo state, Mr. Richard Butjer, No. I, Cheapside, being appointed sole WnolesaKs Agent, all wholesale, orders, bi�th in town and country, arc requested to be addressed to him, who will make the Trade tne usual allowance; None are.genuine but those having Black Stamp, w.ith the iiani&, " The Rev. \i  Barclay,'" eiif^raved thereon. � � T, A. PiriPPS, Agent to the Prisprictorsj . ' i . r Bedford-street, Oovent-garden. !l. HOOsOiV has received Ihc following Let rlanition singular* Vl';�ETAliJ4 sVkup. About fouryears a^o, I contracted the Veneral Disease, w'llich, at Us co'nnueiicemcnt being improperly trealwd, tile di.sorderj which vras only cliccked, broke ont again with increased, violence ; in short, the distemper was of somnlignnnt � ------ � . -------. ---.pjjfns , Ihatl ... prgfes.^ion I they were not able to'relieve mo. 1 was put under a course of s^Uvitlipn, butthis too f.iiled of sncc^^sS. 1-Hiding tan per.: son able. ^-^^^-^^^^^J^^ Ol' Sill I' O WNERS oFDilEAT BRlTiUxN.  T a Mcetitig.of the Conunittec of Ship Owners for the Port of London, held this i"^;'lh of June, IBOU, � ROBERT GURLliVG, Esq. intheChair, . Jlcsolved Unanimonsly, 'Unit the I hanks of this Meetingbc given to the btty-six MenUiers ot i'arliametit who have ex-expressed their opinion of the necessity ot iiiaintamiug nnd supportuig the �M-iiiciples of the Navigation Svstem of Grcilt Britain, Resolved Unanimously, That it is the opinion of this Com-mitlee; tliat no necessity whatever exists to justify the Aine-ricaq Bill, in support ot vyhich no cvideiicc has been adduced : and that (he i^hippmg of Great BritaHi and Ireland is more than siiflicient to insure at all times, .both in and in war, w heil properly protected, the carnage of a regular iuid cQiistant supply of provisiops and lumber to the Bvitish VVeit Indies, tro�n � hatcver country it may. .be purchased, and consequently'tiiere> occasion to yield'to America, or any ol ler Neutral Nation, thatlucrative branch ol trade, whieh'would annually, in the arlicle of freight-m-iy,- reiliue to the Sliipping interest of Oroat Britain aixi t\f her Setllements 111 America and the West Indies, upwards of itesolved Unanimously, That the adaption of this Bill at the pri^ent inomein is hignly objectionable and impolitic, as it caniiiH t.iil to encourage claiius on the part of America, to allow a tree intercourse between the Uniied States and the King's Dominions in the U est Indies, which was declaredby his .Maiesty s Privy Couaeil ni Ivdl; to be mads;issiblc even as a subject ot iiei;;ociation, and which will likewise tend to expel from that part of ttie Colonial'I radu which is left for British} Ht.ipping, a greater number of them, and will increase the aicuinu'ated distress already felt by the Owners 4)1 lU'itjsli Snips 10 the ^I'.urupean Trade, from Neutrals be-' tnsr aHtKfwl"t�' iJfenfc. the- blotkade 'of the- Prnwiaii ports, � in consequence ot whiehiniuiy British shipsusualfvemployed ^erem, are now actually m the want ot employment. � Resolved Lnaiiunoualy, '1 hat it is the opinion ot this Com-initlee, tnatm consequence ot the snspeiisions ot the Act ot Navigation, there is r.otat pre.-ent birlJina: taiougiioat the J-anpirea su;licient nnniber01 .vi:w ships to meet tneawmil deCit'ase nnd consumption of snijiping ; tor w!idst.sacli temporary and iluctuadiig sysleaij 01 suspending tne .'\ct 01 Navigation are, vkdiicrod.lO',. Aiii^, great body or Brnish .-ship VbttcOakum, lly-ibes,'fenfiptyTar.BarKls, and Oil Carts. Ml tying in the said rird^ tOtre any Fertoits wishing to beconif parchaitrs may have, IU* hierlnof viemngtht xifne duiiiigthe common icgt'kingfourt of the Yard, vnltt the uay of Hate, ' , Inventories and Conditions of Salt-may be had here, and at the 1 ard. .ioster-rop', ^ndmav be hadjOf m94it.,t'oii,utr^ BookfieUeviSi ^ hotUi'S at 119. cacli, wjjh ample �ditet'tlofls. " '...... activity ; vs the.^oo^^ ed'ciit of the measures - adopted inMr. ' I' Aihniinstration, m. l^Oli forgradu.iUv reg.'tiniDgi/* the lurstmiableadvantage., this cunntrv must at all iinics derive from the >';*v.igiition. Act,, when enforced, began to be manifested; and if those uiealures fiadbe'cn followed np, with", others dictated by wiBdoin,-v,:hicJi there is good re.isoa to believe was intenned, ^he Carrying Trade between .A.r.ienex and the \V est Indies would soon h.ive been restoix'd to iiniah Ship Owners. Resolved IJiianiivionsly, That the principle ot this Bill une- 3uivocally evmces an iiiieiitioii ot an abandonment ot a tnn-ainentallawot Europe, universally acknowledged and acted uoun, and ot the Colonial .System of Great liritain as est.n-blished by the A.ct of .Navigation, and- a total dereliction of those principles which our aiiceslorscherislied for thcniainte-uaift-e of the Maritime Power of the Nation; and by which the British Navy has attained that superiority tio es.�en-tially necessary at this tane to preserve the'iiidependence ot the Empire. Itesolved Un.T.nimnuslv, isthe opinion of this Committee, that the Ship Owners of ()reat hritain and Ireland, ought lint to relax in their c.ideavours to obtain; through the medium ot their iJeprescntatives in Parliamciit, the future lull, eileccvednd b:'nehc(al operation of the .'Vet ol Navijfation, by which means only, we can " rear and retain oup Seamen, "the grand support-ot our iiresrnt j)re-enanciiee, aud preserve " our Country troai falling be.low the level of surounding na-" tions," but which never can be done it a discretionary power is lodged with the Privy Council, to suspend its uper.xtion at their cti^crctioH. . Resolded Cnammoiisly, That these Resolutions he printed in the Monnnic and'Efituin^Nev.-.'ipapers, and dutnbuted in all the Out J'orts. ResolveiUnanimoHslv, 'that the Thar.ks of this Committee be g(.vcn to the CJiairni.-in, for his indefatigable and un-wear.ed exertions to support the shipping interest of the. Country, and thereby promoting the Landed and Manula(;tur-mg liitcresl.t of the. Empire. . Extracted trom the Minutes, by Order, N ATH.-VTCHT.SCfN, Secretary. liE.'lLTU AND LONGliVlli, Df(. JA.MES'S ANALEPTIC and ANTIBILIOUS -V'^.,;.:--�..�PILES.' ���.��,,�� rpIIE Cdcbiitv of the Analeptic Pills, asa ge-JL neral Preservative of Health, is become univeisal, fromtheir Eilicacy 10 those Complains, which cuaiinually disturb the Human JtVaine, such ns Colds, Rheumatisms, lieadachs. Indigestions, and other Diseaees of tht Stonmch and Bowels; whicharisi; trom the Vieissitudes of flvr dipmte, orfrom indulgence m thelusurics pf' Itte; and these s.ilu^ry elFcctsfire produced by gcnil^' Opening the liurts by night, aqd the hody by day, without n>()uirln���iiy ipaiticuhir reg^ miui or, conhneuien't. -ButMtUou�;Jl^thci.^ualcp^B PUls arc julso vt;ry serviceable 111 hdioiis and otiier decH.�eatcd disorders, Yet being designed ns a mild puisaUve oiily^ and thercr > fureu�talw(L>bSttlii�ieiit|y active, the Antibiliuus Pills have . a�iffi%Wfo� �^!{iit&t; ui��{ tn(hU.iver, M M-eil a& other: ! viTniwll^iPr hy land persons remote fromr medi- Cdla^'wtnn'ce, Wouia'dotWll to*bt always pr.�vldeil with tHetWl^llstAvhicii.wtth mii�of'tbej|�nuuie Dr^ JatDi�i'&^ J^^^^ ivi^r Ppuder, wuold fom a Qit vaVuifiblc^t�r^vin a,itini|U cpiii,-piiss, that ivuuld olten n(tDt^ relief on a{oi4 -IS, St., Pm�ra Chureh-viird, qii,tlie,Cuach.-Way� fi)iir^i�ar� from t(ie comer Cfihupsidr, lUlidu^t. aAd af^pr. JoMiiS's'late bouse, In Bcnttut^trt^eit vJai the-Atnttei)tic.lMltlnd>th)^ A|ititiUion� Pills, �. urice .Ss, Vd, a ho'x, duty Inr)it4�t,.ninetydays after date, The conditions of the Contrcxt may be seen at the Qj^ce of the Agent } iclkaUrruit I'ort^miiUt/ibeforementtuned. No regiirdKill be had to any'fender in tektchtbe fricf shall not be inserted w leordsat length, or that shall not be deliver'd to the'Jgenl aforesaid before. Tueivei^Clock on the said ThaTi-dav, the 3d oJ Snly next, nor uAles-itlie PersonichQtr.qkesffte 'Tender, or somA'l'ersoH on lus behalf, attends^ to ansxtf Khen called Jar. .. ' �t-^' ADMlRAETV-OFFtc;;, June 10, ISa^. I^OTIGEislicicby giten^ihat a SesstoaAtf Oj/er fnces commuted on thcihgh Seas, leitlau the jurisdtetiiiii vj the Adiiiirollii of linglend, Kill beheld Justice Hall, la the Old Bailev, London, on FniDAY, the 11th of JiJy r.c-\:, at Eight o'clock in the Morniiig. MM. MARSOI'N'. 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