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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 3, 1806, London, Middlesex                                �y Sign<)H-.l�ertri�nj M)^^' tWt oWiiig to tlie 1 *�r jGtalaBj^lW; cMrti'M'     only Viz; .Jttiipitajrs, :Wiednesilays, "aud epenect oa ,tlii igl^, Faapi;,"Mai jQlec fo^. three vol w?, ^ (ei$<'^HM'i;r;tbn^ Concerts^  ilwip andAVUWnshh's Patent Piano F6rtcs, with adiji-tioaal keys, may be seen as above. '"'"�^   '        Tiin.KEY'f.'An.PEa's.       " "t^ ^-flWELYE of tl�e JafgbstTURKKV CARPETS A inr.uropCv-witl* 16 sntiillohe* of tire very best-Persian make, the properly ofiiTurkey.J^crchairtlcavirjjtlMS CoteU trv, tobesolrt oOpcr Wut. tos than atjuiy House in tliis l^liigdom,_at Jifla's aiid CoiVi Carpet, liiankef, nnd .ShrttiHg �\Van'h�u6tf, No. 5), Oliarli-s-strcet, Miririlwpx ifospjtal, A MARINE VILI A to be S01�D, or LET j3L for the >iPafoo-A Capital Ncw-lVuHt VA M!LY HT--;iU)JJ>'eK,"witti double t.onch House and StaWinj: for 8 Horsesi larmr exwHent walled Garden, and numerous Offices j a iWdock lOdnd the Iipu^f of more (lian 5 acres, with )i gentJe slope down to tlic sen. beach from the Mansioj), Tvliich rtarids^w till eminencetwo hundred yards from the sea, ifhere there is the best bathing and rides'"u the sand-? any where on the South Coast;, situated at JJttleliamptnn in the bounty of .Sussex^ 5? miles ffom l,ond<�ii. Particulars unU thedt-scriptionof the place may be had on application to Mr. RcediT, upholder,, ^o. 392, Oxford-street. ONEV__MesiTS. l.UCAS and Co. beg leave toinfoi^n tljpse thfit may b<: m want, and desii-ous of M ' borrowing temporary or permanent Sums ot ftloney, and po;-tt'ssvi ofanv nssigna'hlejirojiertv, thai tluvv mav be supplied with vAy iritiM oHfalf und cmiitiOde teniisi by paving an adequate Amj\iUy Interest tor mo same. As also money will bftaiWanMd loi those of kuownjiioperfy, on their pei-sonai fcerunty.--  encdto rctiflvetheiDeclarations of Proprietors for cobiplcting their AasUrajices.:^Uhe Directors art aUo rt^ady to receive the Proposals of Persons, not Proj^rietdrs, T.li0"may be dceiroiisfoiniake Asshr;lncos on,the yeVv beneficial pt'inc^lea whi<;fatlws Company oaferJirt the Piiblic at The value of Assurtihce oh Lives, even in Societies where no other benefit Jftto bederived than that of receiving,on a cer-tiin event,.the nctaal suiri securesi by the -Polity, is now clearly and generarty understood. How much more bonefi-ciafi theiPetVei roustMt be in The ROCK LtFE COM-P.^NV.whereiiotoiilylhc.Swin assured is to he paid, batan <*ventual addition growing out of tlie profits, is to be assigned from tiniti totii st to the Public by a refe- ' tcncc to the Planof the Inrtitution, which enables the Coin-panv to hold .out a grea,t ami substajitial distinctloii, vise. That thelongcr))erkoii?Uaye, by the continuance of Iifi% to payv theaunual:preiDium to thisCoiHpnn\', the greuterwill be the advantage to tlvemselves^and their heirs ! an advantage not to bederivedfrom.thostv Societifs which divide among thcm-selvt*the whole pTotits of their respective concerns. .Various forms of (Assurnnce adapted to ditt'erent classes of thecommunityarc already settled, but w.nich are too eopious tbrian advertisement. They will, include,^ however, all the Ardittte.v,aud ^tablislied-'modes of Assurance, vw. on tlie *h,Mcoflifc;!i�r'fdrany period of it; On tlw I/ives of Nomi-, l]e(%Vfheretheixv.is alegal interoit; on S^Cttviyotshipti i on  Casittn^nctes, fte. &c. dice. � ,'Aiwa(Meii\ipiU*lie gi'aiitedyMd Endowments made for Chil- ��reo.-..,-i>,'-...., � � �; . �^.ItisaiJfo tlie oWpet of this InslitulLon to tusure to the in- �a�triovtBaftd'fnident,ax>rovisionforoldnge; a plan wbidi tbej|FtjriMt�rili6pcaaresoufce of the utmost importance to ' '^SeafArtrig PerronB and others, will have the means �f-Assimne;LiveS�ir*in^lCS(jyiiSCS, by which a facility is affpiraedtacomnjlipreiitleufcrpnfce peculiarly adapted to 'this .. .country;. '        ..     .. �. ..    , �,   � ffAe'UtitJ�andT4ble8vrilIbes''.(tl"d on the infallible rules 'iW to the Perilous aseured. "  '       " Jtal of One Million, harcs, and each Pro-one of the /.''.^.C^inpanj; has an oripn.il c.p i*".,'^^^     afi^wancetn sSmc aiouted bv the CflrhnnnV, SSJ^*^ tntusfcr there must be a new Assur.- 'tlS"(SiS�rf' a new/Ass�raace, which .......So that , forthe Other Society ever i..' ^. �w ......,-J>scrJption of One ,Mgat& Fund 6f nil the Propfictorfe.pledg- �makJTtfi^^V^f^^^^K'*^* farther advantage, that it Str.t^itM**-^'''^*'^ 1*^^^ lnv�tmk-^t and for ASsu"' Srtte^H^ M'VhJe,�.wiUc.?pie regularly ii�ad of tbe^ua- YICTUALLl.NG-OFFlCK, Jn'hclO, IfiOS. rllR Cotimissioncfs for VictuMlin^'Uis Majcs.^ THUMSDJY, JULY .3, 1806. PATlllOTIC FIJNO. Lloyd's, July 1,I,80G.;^ mlli'inleffiit, rduHif^hm~nfier (late. to lliijioaril VBf6'ret)ne, a'Clock pii said Tuesday, tfie '2d t>f September wea'/,' nftr itn!ess.tie''J*i:fion 'iifio viakes i/ic Ten- sir thanks to the I J71 Thcrcmiiiuing Subscriptions.of the Koydl D.ile, i orksire, .V oluntccr Infantry, commanded by t^oloiicl Straubenzic ....... V . . Parish of Crombale, N. a. by the Kev.'i! tin.a'tej ofl.lgin..........____.........   . St. Mariin's Parish, Dxoii, 8 10 5 4 0 Kiitfalfe (St:illordsh.) .|>av,i3 � � .....-................ idnin:eteey ^*a*hsfC�aMeV^�e Ba^^ S^ids .airQ, cprtainlyittot't IpWlpf.tg J,ti{e.jti{9g(lojl^ being hard andary forati.vvtentoriieunv ten nines,^vndtlRHr very gra-du4Vd�!row, Russdl-sqmue. Thif l>!iv nre piibhsand, in 1 wo Vols, prue 10�. .Boards,. ~" KTT K    adiiressed. to the DA UOIIT B11 of J a iVOBLKJrAjV.on the Foniiatioii Of llliLlGLOVS and MORAL. PRINCIPLF-. By r.LIZAP.llTH IIAMILTPX. Author of " Letters oa th.-; hlemeninry PrinciriJi^s of Eduea-� tion," fiic.   I-* Printed for T. Cailell and AV. Pavies, Strand. Tins i)av are published, pn^eslii.sewed;TthiS,Thtrd Edition of OUTLtNES of a PLAxYof.INSmUCTlON adapted to the varied piirpo�esbf,V.*iWiye Life. To which 15 added a dctaded view of the "Syste.iu of Studies ((;omniercial and Professional) moral manaf;ei�eiU, discipline, and internal refutations adopted in the Literary and Commercial SeminarV established By the Rev. S4MUKL CATT-OW, 'At iVfanKtiiid, NottinehatushirPi Phntcd-for J. Jo'inson, .St, Pauls Charoh-yar4; and C�. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-row. N. R. The Mansfield Comii^rcial Seminary TV-ill ojien again Oil Mwndav, .hily 28, at which tiin��the prmeiiiril will b^'; m London to convey his London pupils to Maavtiel.J. This day is published, in four volumes, I'inio. piiie I is, in boards, the Fourth Edition of IIIADDBUS of WARSAW. A Novel. I � By Miss PORTER. This.F.ditioo has undcrgonerun nftentive Rcvisal by tbe AutJiorV who has occasionally arapliticd, ^indretreuched the Subjects, according to the Suggestions of her maturcr Judgment.' �,; Printed for Longman, Hiirst, Rees, and Orme, Patcriios-ter-rowv ,   � /'�� " This work hns more merit that can be ascribed to the crowd of productions of this class, and inculcates virtuDiis. and magiiajjimous scntimeiitj. It is inscribed to Sir Sidney Suilth, in a *ery-ncat and wcll-mahagert addro.ss." -   Monthly Riview, Feb. ISOI. " This work is ..much 8uperh>r to the generality of novels, and tberefore a summary sketeh ofth^ story may npt be uii-exceptionablftto tbereadar. Such are the outlines of the storv; but these, hOwcver,X;onv 0i5I-T0- Y, N JCW SERIES.-Containiiig, Memoirs of the Ihto Mr. A. Booth, Muiisterof the Ciospel in London. ' Anecdotes of the late Mr. 11. D. luglis. Petition to theMi>K>s-trates of Edinburgh. Paul's Allegqjfv.fial. iv. '22-"21 Hlus-. tratcd. -Anecdote illnsiratitig'the iWtrinc of Reconciliation. View of Presbyteriauism aud Independence in Scotland, concluded. Note on 1 Cor. ii. y. Review of De Cimr. cy's Sermons. IMIgious InteHigcuce, Mr. Xoopcr; Baptist >,iission in Bengal; ijome 4.ccount of the Wababces. Poe-<. try, Downfall of Uabylout Liverpool: Printed and published by Wm. Jones, 56; Castle-street; sold altft by W.' Button and Sou, London; J. and A. Duiicau,and M. OgIc,.�Ia�g A. JJl^.,. TENT ANTIlBlLlOUS f'lLLS.s The i'XrtuVive-sale of this vuluubfc mc4icijte being now viiited'solelV'iivthc Uev/'^Viniam Bdrrlrty, und.thosc appn^intod' bv.htin, the fur-ithejrjBalPOf thei'UU w, in (eonsequence^ entirety discontiimed nttlie J',lnhor;itoryr N��j D5, Bipdfordmtrnrti '(Jovent^rden, �rid Isnowcstafiyshed at the ^fv.vWilliftm Barrlay?s Vlfare-H h'bd^eil>ieeeterd MpeVtugs in CJisitrrbttry: ;,StiDun�tans.i..;... ,.;.  ^ 14' (j 128 0 0 2+1 S) 6-5 0 S, * 0 v2i5 5 0 JO 10 0 10 10 0 Sti.M.-vgiirct's _____......... St. Mary Bredcii ....       .. sti Andrew..........".. ijt. Paul.........V. efitgate andiSf. Peter's .,. Rev. .�lr. Parnells Meeting . Presbyterian ditto ...',...., Rev. air. Voung's ditto    . .10 4 ft I .7 10 9 VI 15 H 1 7' ij b 0 y 0 0 8 0 i 5 ;v J 10 10 10.10 '2 '2 5 I) 10 10 1 1 1 0 5 5 I Parish   T. W.iiicicir^, E^i...............  5 Rev.Mr. Cliafv .....    i Mr. Alderman .'iiiumoiis............ 5 Mf; Aidirmaii., Ijnstow............. John To!ce, Ei'q..'................. T. \S. Piiyle., Lstj..;.......'........ Mr. Alderman fsatiltey............. Rev. Dr. VValsh-y................. l. tioorge (iipps, Lsq................ xu ' Mrs. lAizabetb (jiipps..............    1 .Mrs. Ilawiciiis'...;................ 1 WilVinm Radlev, Esq---------------1 �IV illiiiin Hanviuoiid, iLsq. St. AlbiUi's    5 Mrs. Knight..............    5 Wiiliam ilouglunan, Lsq..........^ i Mrs. Starr........................    I   - William BaUockjhsq..........;.. 10 10 Mr. Richard tJiblas..;_______........    b b R. T. Bangrove, Esti............... 5 5 Air. Cumnmig.,.;;............ i......    -2 2 rot.il.............- 431 5 deredon Parish, Seinersetalure............... J     *> 14 Win. VVevm.mj of iMorSton, lUr.'tordiilure.../... , 1 1 'Siiinucl tiooldeu, ditto        uitto..............     010 M.C.,.,.,....,....;.i.....w...............        1   1 Tlioraas Clarke, of Lydcj in 1 lerefordsbire.----- 1  1 HawUe^ kJoJges, ditto   �     lUtto............... 11 Suiiseriptioiisin Edinbuirgh ni uidditiun tutiuOO^... lOOO 0 Kiidop,couutv of Moray......................-, "2 0 Vill^ige ol CbililTi, S\ leknam, (iloaccstcrr^hire..... 1 Is Parhs'hofllasSiet'Ki, Sullolk........ .>Vni. Iveit 11 ID -.ot'St.Mi'Zm,Cornwall.......Bayley.... '2 4 Hullevston Clmich, PeinbrokesUire. .Joues...... 18 1 �yy^-'ioej^-.Jitt.-.^ex....................... 4 ;4 Ea-'t Uoathley,dati�,.................    12 1 Mr. Coper.................................     218 The Moke, NeWingloa and V icimty .Voluaterrs, by Major Tassan, there being no CoUeetit-u at the t;hurc b..........----.............;.----- Church, Deptford, Devon,.... .J. D. Fawell .Nptgrove, VV ore''tiv.'r.;fc8t'Oap,>;crirtary. AUCTION OK flOOKHiALAPS, AND UOGARTll'* PRINT*. ,'.       .      . , jfm. pallyModecn, (the greater j^rt;_of Jhem clcgantl? pressiona- Of-HSgafih^ wVir^ ^^r^;^^ logaes, jJrlcc Sixpence, ti> bciW of 3iFStocki{ale7 iS'o.ltt. PiccaJiily,-and iiir; Walker, Patei^ottJhiy?"'^' ^ 'Ibis JJ.-iy isi published. ^i'i^T!!^'''''}:,^^^^ VERSION ,of tHf-NsUr x�g-, fAM EM ' ^Addressed to GRKN VILLB Stf.iRpJE, Em. -Vuthorpf '� Remarks on the.Vses-of the Definitive Jikiklt& the Creek leitt of the New Testament;" la WINSI'ANLEY, ArM. Bv the Rev. CAl.VlX , jLii _ ,    -.. , Liverpool: J'rintiMi ittby W..� .iies.'SS, Castte-Strrfcti affll may he bad irf LoiigiiiaiJ, Uurit, Rees; and Orme, or U. Cro.sl)y and Co.'l.ojidoH.- Of wBom jnay aLobu had, publl;5?ed by tKe same Awtbor, iiricc '2sf lid. boniid,  * LLEMENTA Otl,{i.LMM:VriC.E CICERONIANA, � IMcments of Latin Grammar, foiiadcA principally on the Authority of Cicero. VALUABLE BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. Thij day Is i)�!)hstied, lUiiiitralcd with Eleven coloured jcngraviiigs, p-'.ee (>s, half bound. r|n[IE MAGIC LA.NTERK -.or. Ten Amusing JL   ai:d Instruclive EM1IE1T10.N3 for CHILDREN, of bDt'j hexes; each illM..trated v.itha coloured ijngravuig. By tlie Authoress of' Summer B ambles,' ' i he tied,aud black Book!,' &c. &c. : " Printed forTabart and Co. at the Juvenile and School Lk-bravy, No. 157, New Boiid-strcct; sold by \V.Giblon�, Bath; Ivf. Keene, DubUn; Wilson and Spence,Vorfc; and il. iMozley, Gainsborough; stnd by all othct B'.�okselierj. '      .   Ot wuom may be had, 1. BOOK of RANKS: ^'l plati-s, (s. ,     .... 2. Bl>OK. of games and SPORTS : 24 plaJcj, 3*. 6d. S. BOOK �f TRADES: 70 plates.3 pitts, .is. each. 4. ROBliX.SON CRUSOE : lii pfates,-IS. tid. \, 5. POPCLAft STORIES: 21 plalcf.,3 ca'^.S'a^^-Sd- 6. YESlTStoa FARM HOUSn: b plaits, iis. (jd. 7. VISITS to LONDON :(>pl;ites,-js.t)d.     ' 8. TOUR TilKOUtia ENliLANjl: 6plates, 25. 6d� J'. 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HISTORY of T;.LEt\LVCHUS; Is. 3j. HlSTOi'IY of Bi.LISAdiUS: It. 30. LIFE of CARLO : Is. a;. NtRSERV TALES: 33sort3,at6d. each. . 38. NURSERY SOxVGSandJiNGLEs.- Ijd. each.  � � � �  &.c: &c. &c.' THREE BOOKS GF BIOGRAPHY FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS,      ,   : This d.tv were published. New and improved Editions of the following iiiti resting, useful, and a|jprovedSch6ol Bi>>k$ ; written purposely for the Use of yOu'iig persons, oa the obvious aftd imporliujt pniiciplpl that Examptti is more powerful and more seductive tiian Precept. l.r�llU^ BRITISH NF.POS,c'oTisisang of Select JSL  Lives of t.iose- ILLUSTRIOUS BRITONS .who' have been the most distinguished for their Virtues, Talents, or remarkable Advuicement ill Life, intei^persed with practical Ketloctions. By W.MAVOK, LL.'D. &c. price is. ijd; bound; and ex):it.iiniiigaccottnti> of the uoderiuentioneddis-Unguisbed Persouagea ' Alfred Bacon AVicklitf Chaucer llolsey Atort! T. Cromwell L,-itiiiier Cabot Jewell Gresham Walitogham Crichion Drake Burleigh Sliakspeare Rulcigli M.irlRtiorouih SELECTIO.N of tne Bacon Andrews t-oke Strailprd ILimpden Flarvey' Blak.^ Clai-dudon Milton JMarvcl Sydney Tillotsbn Locke liolt BurHCt I'cnn Addison Newton Sit R. Walpole feL-iir Sloane ^Volfe Anson B,ifiiar.i Lvttletoo Chtfthum: Giirrict , Cook Bb-ckstoae Johnson I.owth Howard MmisStld Sir J.HeynolJs, 2. A LtVES of abridge.1 f..r tiie use of Scho^ds hVwilliam MaW,' LL. d! Ac. (jrice is. tid. bound, and coiil.iiiiing jiecount< of the under-mentioik-d Pcrscniagi^. t.'ic mast illustrious and cstiui�bli charjcters Of Auti^aitj : itomu'us Lyeui^us Solon Niinia ThemistocleJ Cnniilliis .i'ericJjs  Altibiades ?iuiol�on Ar'sstidesi ,   �  Catot,':- Censor � Pyrrlius IT" liif���_�� Eara�ir� Juiii^Ca'Sar Dfinost^iene* ' a. StJRlPTURE;lilOuiU�HYj or, tUc Lives vni. Chiiracters of the ITinciual Pc<�Sonag�� feCorded iu the Sii-cred Wrltings,_practiej.Uy adaWed to the liBtnittion ani improvenjentot youth. By thcfKcv. John Wutklns, LL.D. Price Ss. iwuiid,      , This infiportaiitWwk, which teachc .nind nppliea.tFe principles of wligion under ihcf itgrceable fonhtif bfoaniMBicuI narratives, coutwhuijwco'uuti Of tlie Ailloi^ing ScrijIwSClfti- Adttitf Xalrt  Abt-I .Enoih ^ouh , Abt.k|iain Isaac. Jacob JoSPnh Job Wtwcs BaitaaRt .Jothim Samuel David SoUjmtrtx Diinic]li J�onlec4r St.Jii^o-Jcsui Cbfxiti Priiitt^fot RichanJ'Phniips, No,tf,'nriil|�-Jtf*et, Bliick-' Rriarsj udlo be hnid of all U
                            

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