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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 27, 1806, London, Middlesex                                , J. � 1)6 � GRAND 6ALA, and brilliutif Ksihrbitioa of  j'ljc irtibfic fire respect^ly i/iformcdi that owing to the /u iictwM pwpi>rMioas for 6a1a;, the Ourdtn? can only' be " GfiN:r*-iSMAN';6f the Just rtMpccfiib nfivcipcni^\nei4sUuatip�jijii^er tlovennncnt.  Any -A Price e^. JL HisMajeitii'* Slaisjf do fterebi)gioe>V*Wa,.*/<(?*�<�� AVc'd-: iiesday, thc^lof July ucxtt alvneo;fiocli, ihpy�^fUb.ertadif  I iu treat vaUh'sHth- PenonsMii niau he leiiltng la iontKfct, .fvr ^utef to His M.ije.-^tj'ii r� durittg the eoHinum marking hours of itte' Yar(r, until the day ofSrtft,' :�� � �'vv,, - �../..! .;. J9MiUoriei:pid'Xkn^itioti$ of Sale m^^ at m:yf>^^- . ,r'r-;,v:, .^Ut^ � >AVY Ql^riCK, June 2;},. ^hOS. .T^HE Principal Ojficet^       Ca/iimisiioiters of A // /July 7i*j;/i^^^^ .dicncyoPth�iAMpttlCAT Bil-^ .�?.#._*!------li ...i:,_       'and.'tttp-Ptncf This dfty^wasljubllstitd, a ThJrtl Kdition, wiihadditionj.ot IlKVtEW:of thtfC'ONDtJei' uifiejei|(tvtJtt�.-*l6>rd;       , 6f Trealy, liot any noticei. Unless the Parly, or an Jgvnt T VICTUALLl.V(^OFFlCE, .lunc 2^, 180'^ I^WIHE CommisHoners for Victualling Urs Ma* jLjeilyU^ary do hereby give jVofc, iirj we4-T�9 Days tirecedii^; the Sal**, and Cata-l�j:m*,prieoSi.vpc�ceitO.V"/ia*'  f Air. !!!tockdaU'� >'o. 181, i'iccailillyl; and Alr.iWalki   Faternosttfr-row. (Uedicjitcd by Pettojssion to^his Hoyal Highness the Prinfee t.^pf Wales.)      ^I^IIIS National/5Vojrk,.l>rought forward under A. the immediate patronage'of.bis Royal Highness the PrhiSf (if Wat�� will-be foandt-* Mi dncumcnts, cortimuni*- this Offic _iiglim-ss;   . AdmutiVs hand Sfut by JiiiD tp variety of other, iVienflSofthe d�  (be pCtntrdi seudcar^y notIcQ to theBuMJien*, Me^gS. Ca^Mlli}^, �^if*' .''.'iWnd; and Mr. RBII^r, aabermairtc-^^^^^    ^Tbepric^ T�iU:be aBmared t_     ________, Vil'^^wlready Hjceivecf, .way �,viv be �e*n cal .\(i^-intnge�. AKricultucal (Stock iii.sured at ^s. od. per- Cent. The OBce granlK tnsuhintcs for-Pcriwls sliort of a year, tad'limkesgotidjpss by Fire from Ligriliiing. ,   ^1^1 JnniritKef]iw!9t Midiummr musl be paid on or before thp ^thilas of July nejpt: . -Proposals and Kates of Insurance delivered Gratis^ . . jf �    v      '      ROBERT SKELTOJS, Scf^ itliMStffiSTEltlirMs^ijR^CK and ANJSUITY '^S desirous of povifling for'their Ftimti This pay Isjjmblishcdi price-Is. boards,^accqrapaiiieft witli-�a Mlaii Ot the Tomii, neatly engraved^ fironi-aq a��!i>raL� ���hiirv�iy,, � ..   Kw^m acTD'nE of uvEapoc�-.^com. �     Vpr�ing a^>�rt llistory. of iVeifitu^ p^iioU of its existence j L'onipUed from anlttientip ll^or(l�; a View of its progressive Improveftieiits ai^d'riuiid Increase of ; Popultttitiiii it.-i.iStja.'ct3^� S^aam, 'Public^BaaUings, and CharUablc TnstitUtipHs $ with k V lew uf its-(Docks, Ship- � pmg;Vn(reomnifrrfal Importance, &c. &;c. , .i. -     . On Aler.sey's banks, where thro'the cu'liiii''�'plain ' lU\rolls liis.strtsiui, c6iitigiH)ns to the Diau),   ,  .,,    ' '   See'Liverpool,nvithspirv {Braiideurifown'a, ,' '�   . i   Itise, from the waves, ami spread h , Liverpool: Printed by V\ rii. J ones, .itiy C!Wtle''ijH*Ct i and sold by Vernor, Hood, anil Sliarpe, ifli Poultry ; B. Ctosby, told t;o?^btatioiiers'-court; and J. Murray,  llect-strcc"t, i.oiido�. ' . :   � � Thiii day ts publislutd, in f'oolsaip.octnvos embellished with an . Jjigraviiig, l)y Pyne, price 8s. extra >>oards,' IHE MISIIIUES of ilUMAN LIFJO; or, tJie GROANS of TIMOTHY Ti:STY ahd SAMlilVL StiNSlTIVE;  With a few Siiunlcmcnthry Sighs froni Mrs. TESTY.     *^ � .      � ' In Twelve Dialogues. Hei mihi! ,,.......... Virfr .En. 11. 'J71. Heu.lieu ;:...;CatS. Poem lAVX.    ^, Me miserable.........ftlilt.- Par, Lost,!B. IV. 1$. Oh! OhlOh!........Shaks.J.iacb. Act V. Hccnel. O ! O ! 4>!....,,.;.., .Ditto, Othel, Act V. Sccrici. ,   Printed tor \V illiain Miller, Alhcin.irlc-'s-t^e^t.      '  Also, lately published; printed uniforiuiy ^^ith the above, thet^hiiil Editiuh, micetis.'  ., An ESS\Y oh tlic ART OP INGEMOtJSIA' TOR-ME.NT1NO, With, proper Rules for the Exiwise of ,that amusing t)tudv> 'Ihm I'^lition is embellished W;Uii.an Engraving by iJillray, tcprescnting a Cat tormenting aHMouse, CHEAP EDITION, and VERY NEATLY PRINTED. '1 his Day is i(ublishcd,-priee3s;-m plain binding, or Twelve > tur W.:i:is. to those who give them awav, rpiIE VVH0LI<: DUTY of MAN, IsO^ down ii� JL a Plaiu and Fatnilar Way; ijivided uitu Seventeen Cnaptersji Olid v, hereof being re;ul every Lord's Day, the w.Jiote may be read over thrice iu tbc Vcafr Uy the late learued JOHN PELL, D.1L " liishiip oi O.vtord. ;�     c; Necessary for all lamilies. Cati'fally revised and corrected trom the best JBditioiu. \\ ith private Ocvotions for several Occasions. Priiiti-iUorJon^anaud Maxwell, 331,Strand. Of wiioni may be had, -An Abrulgment ot  FOX'S BOOK ot .vlARl Y lis, in One V oluine yuario,'-liiio Paper, Withcl;ga^lEjigvaviiiar',pric� One Ciuiiieaineatly bound in LADY MARY' ^VORTLEYMONTAGU. This Dav is published, a lifth Edition, ni Five eleg.ant Volair.es, tuolscapoctavoi with Portraits andFac Similes, jiriee -i.s. in-boartls, ot rgSHE LiyrTEllS and other WORKS of the jL   Ht. Hon. l.ciiy MARY' AVORTLEYMONT.AXJU, publislied t;oni her gemiine Papers in possession ol  her ijirandson, the Maniuis o. Bute.   To wliicti are preh.vei!, Memoirs ot her late, bv the Rev. Jamks l).ii,UAWAV. Printed for Kichaid PliiIlipSj No. 6, iiridgc-strcet. Black-friars ; and to be had of all Booksillcrs. Of w horn also viav be had,  . 1. The Entire Correspondence of Samuel Richardson, Au-, tliiir Of Clarissa, i"tc. with his Life, by Mrs. Barbauld : in six elegant volmnes:, price 4r)s. in boards. 2. Tlie Entire Coin-spondeivce of John Wilkes, pnblisbfif^ froni his genuine Papers K'lt by his Daughter to .^Ir. Klnis-ley, witti his Lif  Life of  ral W;�shin:;ton, compiled from his OwnPapers, under .:ie iliieclioaof his Nephew. By Judge Moisliall.   Two Ldmoiij, lu quarto and oetavo. ERIAL VmUiAmNT, ' ? The'Hook wWfor some tifnemplQ]�i>^� 6 penelr4t^.' The: lactii�ijpesj3riipt)0)i.tak?�vfr<�iiii a Moiwreript wu*'ie�|hi.gi^it�m\ of Splciiilid Misery, &c. &c,) lu Three Volunicv. Price ......c. inrtMivir.k..- By MljiiOwwi. A tariDE TO SCHOOL BOOKS. This Day is pnbli.ilied, a iiev. Ivdition, eiilarjted, price Otie SlllllliliC, A- P^t'^^CTICAL ADDiiioss to rx.s'niuc. -rSL Tons and PARENTS, on the RIGHT CllOIClvand USI', of the bi'st I'.lementarv ISooks in every Branch of Knowledge; poiiifiiigou(:lit their respertive merit.s, and tie order in whicli thev out to be snrcessively ndoptoj., By JOSHUA COLLINS, A.M. Rector of Newport, ami late Master of T.^ie Cirammnr School ui that Town. . �� The ftiUowiiig eriticai s;utctions have .ippcared of this valuable and us'.'fal work. sittiatioti 'of Sir George-Inflow.' Lord Mtdrtlle thoiiglit it propter to givp this noti^c^ with the view of a fulk*r attendance, th^ iqo/e. so as it was his intcntSoa id' submit a 'mot^oti to the llouite, grouD'diid upon what it was likely might be tltc answer of the Noble Lord to his-questions. -A short coiivcrsation ensued between the NoIjIc Lord and the Duke of Noii^folk^ as to the point of order,' whether the lloasc-sh't'uld be summoued to attcnil on that day or not; when, it appeared, that upon iv-siinplc notice of a motion, it was cus. ternary that their Lordshi|)s should be summoned,. On the motion for the third reading of tlie Snoty-Ilill Houses Lottery, The Duke of NORFOLK rose to outer his prp-tcst against encouraging Lotteries of that nature. It tcndod to diiiuse a spirit-of gaming throughout the country, which was but too much kppt:aIiTe by Lotteries, w hich were feU of greater necessity. To those Lotteries M'liich went to encourage the arts, which stimulated the gcniu.s of the people ta prodtiction.s of what adorned and* embcUishcd the country, he had no objection, the more so as of late there was no market for/such commodities, and men of tale:it and elegant enterprise must Therefore not only be discouraged, but ruined, if they could find no relief in such applications to the liberality of the Legislaturtt'and the taste and fancy of the Public. The speculation in the present case was wholly of a different nature, and did not di)r serve the same degree of countenance, The LOUD ClIAXCELIXJRcordiadlpBoncur. red withlthe Noble Duke iu all his observations, as to the general tendency df the multiplication of J o-tcrics, but differed with him as to the apph'ca-fioT to the present case.   He was as averse as the Noble Duke could be to the frequency of Lotti--rle<, where the mere interest of individuals wps concerned ; but he felt otherwise when he obserr. ed_that the speculation of the individual was blended'witli thegenenii inttjrest and conveoicnco of the puJihc, and^vith whatever tended to"distinguish and illiistfatea.grcat and opulent nation : of tliat latter description he cotieeiied to be the Lotteries allowedby the Legislature to Messrs.- JBoydcll and Howyer, iu the iiai[j)f)re of which the prwent pro-posetl Lotteiy pariicipated.   On that ground he wished the 15111 might jiass; and that the liberal niiml of his Noble Friend would withdraAV his opposition to it. 'J'he Bill was then read a third time and passed. " Thi  a,ed in seiiools-eein to be the result of experience, and certan-ly displajs mucli eiuli-tion. T'heautl oc^s recoiniiiendations and Strictur.^ are ac-comparfied with sni h reasons .ind  ;autlior, upon just grounds, objects to. Among those reeoiiunended, we do not observe any that we consider us objectionable." ;,Britlsli Critic. Printed for Tiionvis Reynolds, Oxford-street, and sold by the book.sellciTi in Oxford", Cambridge, Edinburgh, (Jla^ow", and Dublin. This Day is jmlrfished, in one handsome Vohmu", Croivii ,^vo. Price '7s. tjd. sewed, the Tliird Edition, considerably iiii-iroved, of in Tliree y, r�iu�6 d� Medici,- AtWrfoi &c;. wltlf Noti�>$ ufeystenvof M}tlkol9fiy,%.     m'I;   .      .i 'Printed t\>rLoi)gmaii, Hurst, Hcei, and Ormr, Pa|t�moi* ! Of wlioin may bivlmd, by thesahiivAuthor, �\. h Short aivUVifJ.Introduction, in,Ci)ii1isb,aiid Itali:^, containing aStet'oP gradual LcsSoiw on tliiv Jtal&in ^' ...... Proiiuu- P'L'X CoUcftlwoE Spanish Poetry \ t� which is added ttj� , Jixir4l�i>ii� IW'a"      Jfr��ca,.to���Mi to tl^n Adjourned. , HOUSE OfToAIMOXS. Mr. YouNcfrom the Custom-house, prMcnteJ-in account of the miiiiber ot vessels that bad tleaied outwaftls and m-ivardsin ilie Port of lierv\ lek, and in the Northcra and Las:-ern Ports of Scotland, tor three years, ending the oth of .(u-iiuarv liist, .    , Alf. HO IVHOCSE brought up the Report ot the Coniroittec on the Irish Revenue Rieeulauon Bui. '1 he amendments were agreetl to, and the Bitl ordered to be read a third time to-nioriow. Mr. SH VW LKFE\ RE presented three iV.titious'from the Inhabitants of llridithclmstoac, in favour of the IJill fur Coiistrnctinjr a Jetty or Jetties near that town. Ordered to lie ou the t.ilile. Mr. TIEKVEV presented a Petition from the Butchers and Farmei-s within htieen miles of the Metropnlisj :t^iiKt the Hideand Skin Regulation Bill,   Ordcrod xo lie oo the 'Vlii'thomotionof Sir JOHN" NEWPORT the Irish Tleve-nue ,)urisLliction Bill was read a second time, and ordeixM to be committed on Monday. On Uie motion of Sir J OllX NEWPORT the Irish Distillery Bill went through a Coaunittee. Ihe Report w.is ordered to be n-eeived to-inorron. On t!ie motion of the Lotd AD V Oe-\TF. of SCOTLAND, it w,as oi-aered that the House cboald to-mor.row resolve it-self into a Commitu* on the Report of the Committee of the 'Jlstof July, ItkW, relaiivetolhe Bell Rock Lighthouse ill Scotland, Mr. (4R1',NF1;LL presented .1 Petition{"lom the Loudon -�Vssur.ince Company against the Bill for the Incorporation of tlie (�lobe Insurance tiM�p.iny. RcterreJ to ilk- Counuittce on tlu*s.Vid Bill. Mr. CALCR .VVT obtainedlca>e tobriiig ina BUI to make i-ompensation to the proprn^tors of cortaiii lands at Cluthaiii. ^^a^ev (;.'oinmou,and \\oolwieh, which lutd been occupud for thiv purposes of. Ills Mi^jcsty s tir.laauce. Mr. CiUcnili immediately broa^ht up thp Bill, which was read a tirsttime, and ordereu to lie wnd u si>cond tune tu-niorrow. - Mr. KING brought i�p a Bill to amend the PostOfficv Acts. Read n tint time, aud ordered to lie read a tKCUD4 lime on Tuesday. Mr. liQBUdUSE brought up the report of tl)e Coaimit.r tee on the Bill for regulating the Oillcc ot the Rcn^TerGcnc* ral of the PbstF.Olficci which agreed to, the Bill or�tap pf tb^ Btit�h Musciuii,-relativc to the Toxyuieion Collection { but^ p-wiug to thK liiftiidililo manner iuwIiK^h it was read by tli� Clerk, it tvu� iinuoj^ible for us to col|�>ct iU prcebi; unport. Ic iralurdi'ref tolKi-qath�tnhle^     ,. .       ,a VOi'.U>'rEMiS. , ,Mp. W. y^JNK K presented from'thts Sccrei�rv' Qf State's O0ice, an answer t^iii tM^yroNAitiNonse iiit aicppy - of Bny �oWcr> that h�tf fei^lli^l^ucd^ relative is� the allawnilliw an* clothiiif^^^wVo-iunte�r*. The answiw' 9tat�^, that rttfVmf>h�jr botf� idsu�.�d>sinco tho Ist'of Ftjbruary^liedjtiuri   

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