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Courier (Newspaper) - July 11, 1806, London, Middlesex \ � FUrtyAY^ Jl/LYIV, 1806. VAUMiAI,!.,. ,. I Tj}is'piiE:;^i^^'rKVK^{i^G; jn win i be.a.(l.."AN'l> fJAI.A, ami biilliiiit Kxliibitioii of � riltr.-^''*"'^''*^? by Sij;kit i\lonr:!'.'?...;-.Vibyi^si(>n "s. rWillt{"TJlTlT:i'' LAST J)AVS SAf.^of^Ti^ JL IpviTi/itiKlHsoum cnmmc-nevi" TO-t) A \ , :n'l roit;. Mus TKRO\V,-Snturdayll)e l^t;!, av.d UIOVOA\-, J:iv tUi' 1-1 th instant, OiUnoso Days the nnpliJi-l's I-Vit;'5'.ipcH) TvOry Cu\Ji ';>riOiitn! Tov;'Avanturiii.-jr-JitMa.^s or' Snplonvy, nnil oi'iir vj:luable and matchlp** Article.*^ >vill be cwtpji^o.! to 'itu I Kc'KiiiSing; lor a 4)ormanciit place, aljo underfiovernmciit, fnthc c*>uiAryf.6f*d�q�atp v;ijup. ' . LMt'efs, 6t�t*p;vi(lV frorji principals onlv, addressed to^Y. BiXo.!!; King-gtroct. e*^vcnf-;;;ir.-tf>i. ' ''~' ~~BliS'r ItiOTThim SOAPi Sic, " " TC^AMILn*:S and tiae Tra^e &�i>pliefl Avith till X kind? o.PSOAP, of^h&Tcrjr best iJuJ^Utyi andNvMch Ts'ill not lopw inVciff^t Ity^korpinr, atAhR-Cnmlteand Soap Contpntfy't Wan-hoH'-o, \o. 18/, Flcct-HrtH-t, two doors fri)rti VftHT-Iinp.  A discoij .1 i*- hIJ0wrd In propDrtiftn to th, will 4)c dplWervd. Jfould canrtli'i with \vcurafiitsi,aird'to introiliioe into Jhr. Hosititiil a cliHd wlia could nfft be a propt-r oh-iji'ctnf this Cliarity. Tlieyglso think it proper t^c trcdt :i:i(Ji sui;!i l'i;fsnns rte Killing i J'cii'ii'i-uill l>c reccU'cd n/lciy Tn'hlre o'C'oi;/,-un W/c rfnj/ Dfli-e:ifj, iii>r uny noticed unless Che I'.artif, dr an ylgi}iit J'uj\ lilm, litirllth. ' , � , .. . " . .... ; , >AV "V -O t" KlCi;, July 7,, iBUoT^ f I^HVi principal Ojficcrs and Comwiisioncrs of M. ' Uh .il.rj.atfs \iwi/ du /wie!>i/^iie\,)livt^ thiit vn Mfsday the lu/ft imlaiil, lU Tiro o'Ctjck, hi the Aj'tei-noihii , i iPil Killput Upto S-i/J,' at their: O'lji.ii in Som'eiSsit J'/ac', the ROCV{\iiO\^l SHKi'.K iWUi Lilm; at Chalhum; "'id t ,e CON V ULitON ,md DVAVKdcnoS iMortar Ve.-..b,~ Ijiiii; iii iViiitlme.h, � - , , If'hei-e niiV Hrrnit.-iittih'dnglobccime i'tirc^hwr.?, may fiaae the liberiil nf vieimm^ liic h ime dntt:tg tliti eummoii ivurliingi Utinr.ilil'the'ille-ditifnj'iyttte^ iMve.niorici'aitd Cundiliuns oj ^ult muy Aflrf here and at Hi- lvHS";for Victmlting Htit Ma* JL 'justy's 'Ismfy do herkb'j i;ivf. 2V'rt'.irttJs. Ila was not himself a'man, cf fi-oi,n liis ob,-;(!rvati�HS as to the cxpancp^hc wo /sPh\sioiai;s,who exercise the Profoision of Physic without Auth'nritv, and .in many instances without due Qualiflf.ition, feel "it th'>irt)nty to apprize the Public rtfth'^lefc-il Provisions to obviate tliis ov;!, -md tOTcferthcm to tU:vIii?t,, /\nmVriUv.printed bv the C'oi-)-p,e,("which in future they AViUfrik - " have properly virrul.Jfed), ill ordw that thr i>ranvescif all tXose who nsay t��iknown,Mho, httvinj; been examined by. the Collegeac-cordiiij; tolAW^ havcibiet"ti dcr lil.s form without " any VHv^cc." . . �� :. , % Order of (he College, : JAMES �IIJ;;RVi;Y,�r.D..ries;stef. June 25, ISO'.; --'�^^ ' - � � �; � � ' � ftb/v HA i Hi A i:. . rkdcarv NBAit (fUissBORi)',-yoiVKsrriRK. r|:^iJF, Inhibitaijts of this (lelightful Sca-batliing -A. piaci;, bm-.itily lieg.lcavi- (a rctuvu thivv mo?( >;iu'ere tlianks to the Xobility and (unitry w Uo have honouvrd thfni by their ejiinp.iny, Slid afsnf; them, I'latnofiaiiis, civility, or at.icntioii shall be"n-anlin!j to render their future! accomnioda-tioiiineve^ wa^'ngreea'hb.-The Bathii^g ii e.\cellent,?ind the Siinds are eerfainiy rnfeftar t(> the kin-i;'.loini be in;; bard arid i'ry fr�r an extent of nearly ten miles, ar>d t '.leir very pri-'dual deiSivitv adapt tliein e( of thti Bill. He hid not adverted to the aHowunccs that hiid been made some tinio since, of half-iiay to Subalterns of Militia^ to iiiducetliem to engage in the service; This Bill was to deiJrive Militia Field Otticers of the additiontiii pay, wliich was to be giveii to the lltogulars. Whilst they {TaTetii^^ time and efforts to the service, he saw no reason why they should not receive the pay. No great Officer ^nay be'taken in any. dircctiart,without beiiig impeded by a Turnpike Gate;  . Itelcaj.ijsiiniiVed close to ths Sca-sVde, in that fine auJ he.dtliy part of the country called ; :flid distant �lVomSepT!)oro'4| miles-N'.'MV . . Thi5:day.iapublishcdj printed on a slieet of fine-writing pa-per, price I'd. HP|T0:ME of the delightful Art of ANG, -H*. MNG ;'s"hew'ing at one view the harbours, sc.ishris, and.dcpUiiijt'ordJjtchr.ig all sorts offish usually'ani;led far; also, the vaii:ius.l)iilt5 mx each, andot.uer iweful information ; bodigestf4as.-tftTo:ititin, I he essence of ail other treatises ever writt'vi onibe-snbjcct. / Sold. Uy Croshv and Co. StiitionerVeourt, Paternnster-rnw; and J. Heiifim. i.oeds: . . . , ; .. . -�  ,-r Ci{0:Ur,irt'iTJilj'lvr"~ "T"" This'Uaywas -pubVtshed, haadsomely printed on Roval OctaV0,'iHtfstratcd with two A'iews and a Mapynnce Ss; , inbojrd�, i-.v?- - a-. . f^ROMEB* ..Qoijsidm-^. Pl JVflMOtRES- of a TRAVElfi.ER, now in .iT:4.lRETll^EftlJ^NT{ written by himself; .nnd contain-ing*AJifccdote80f�iost of the Courts or Europe, aiid of Distin-�ui8lje4Btatesmen {itid^public Characters w ho liave nourished auting the last half, conturv. ,  ' 'Printed Wrltichard Phillips, \o. 6, Bridge-street, Black-.friarsj'BM^tobelin4ofniyilooksellci-s. ^ V ' ; :iDf-j�Uoih;m�-yalso we had, juBbiipublishedi ' 3. Mr.OARR'i&TltANXil.RIN ttlKI.ANU, Ics. fi.'Wi*OVE>ribVs WTLiy lUlSil m^h, \ bd. S.A�id Afrs. RowTfSQN's 1*^�KT1CAL H\OUK.S, ^Qs. nhHjE Rev. .WH^LUXl BARCLAY':^ V\. Jt'\'r]^NT. ANTlBlUb'JS PILJ.i.. .'Ihe exclusive -�ueAf'tbla'�uUmble raedioinelieing now vested sidely in toe aoloriou^ in tlie Corn IMarket, iMark-laiie, and ought to be convcted. , Lord i'.LD.ON would enntnly tend to ir.msfer the nio-!'!;Hdy fio:n xNewcjslle to Pad-aineton- ..." J ne House was afterwards.occnpied in hearing Counsel on the Slave ItfStfictive IJill, whicLi was read a second time, and ordert'd to he committed to-morrow. .:' i The Appeal Cause, CrauFurd ii. Lncin-r, was again considered, when l.otds Ei.ooa, Eli.ks ntrKOt'i;!!,' and the Loud'hi.lor, delivered their opinions at st�aic length, ^!ie result of which was, to issue a venire facias de nij"�, and to grant until to-morrow, that time might be alford-ed to couch the resolutio,u in proper form, &e. On the nidttoaof Lord GUl'.S v lliLK, the second reading of the'i raini.;g liill was deferred till to-morrow. Lord .SPJi.NCER moved thesccond reading of the Militia Ballot Uill, which was agreed to, and the Bill was ordered to be coniniiiied ^to-morrow.-^^Adjuurned. the measure ftttd Hayj' that the allowanc-. .i. ' the IViilina Hliicli Uic itij^ht Jlon. Gentleman !.:i.d so often inanifestetU This was the first badge of inferiority which tbo- Kiglit Hon.^Geiit]fen>an proposed to .afiix to tliat respectable body, anxl might btsfollo\fcd hereaftw. The Right-fton. Gentleman was as unfortunate in this a;.in o^her instances of his cconom_v, and no el3cf:t woalij result from it but the plaining the Miiiiia Oificeri 5h 'an invidious situatiitu of inferiority. It .was isrroposcil to grant the allowances to the"!ar?;er body, tiie snb-alleriis. lla adiui,tied that Militia Gflictrs were generally Kien of more substance than Resjular Of-licers. But the Captains were lit objccjls of tho allowance, thsjir quaiilication being only JiOOf. per annum. The Hon. Centleraan'.s estlmat(is fur the Field Oificor.s and Cap'.ains of the.Arm;/, a force ' of about 200,000 nieii, was but SO^OOO^l so that "the ex'p^euce for the Zvliiitia Oiiicers of the description, would bo but 18,000^* the xVl iiitia being but 70,000 men, l-3dof the Army. T.'ieexpence .for Fii'ld Onicers was in this estimate biv.t 15,000-^ which w'onlil give an e.x.pence of. d,OOC^. for the Fk'kl Olucers of ]Sli!itia- a Saving too coiatemptibre to be wortJi the attention of the House. He bojj-ed therefore, the Right Hon. Gentlenran would lake time, to rc-coiisider thi.-i measure, a oi that lie , wofild riot press it fo.'-ward tliis Session. He also called onthe Noble Lord oppa>ite (Lo'-d. Temple), wjirt had ever been a p-nverful protcc':ur of the i\Iilitia, to interfere for them >yith his R ,i[;ht lion. Friend.'.; Mr. ALEXANDER siud a lew wo re in support of the Bill. V Lord TE^PJ^: really wislied his : R:�,?Iit Hon. Friend to rer,on�ider the measure'. If he l*ere not; to pres,s this suggestion on ihe attciitionX of his lligliL Hon, Friend, he should be deiicicnv". iu his duty to a service in which he was warullyand strouj-ly attat.hi>d. When the service of regulars was contiiicd to Europe no distiact.lon of this description had been made. He I'.id not cicaii to ' " " " 0:ti stance, commanding regiments. It was not for their pay that militia field otliccrs serveti,: and, if he were an oliicer of that dcscritiori, he should think it a degradation and humiliation to have siich a motive inipnted to him/ Sir WM. ELFORD explained.. Mr. PEIICEV'AJ^ said, that, from what he now untlerstopd the Bill to be, it gave innch greater po vrfers to Minsters than .vvhat were necessary for the � object which they had in view. The law at present was, that the Militia, as to pay, should be exactly on the same footing .with the lufriritry in the llegu-lais. But now it appeared, that,, in certain cases, an increase was to Be allowed to the one and not to the other., Biit the Jiarticnlar object was to B�jiui5 m^ol�4^.orv, i>o, .i>eu5ora-sn'eei, voYCni-Rauien, .liOBscrkeVcnter-hquurp; .vrhrve thepubjie may.lie�;>fuied i}\ fcatlng them-m their imrpmid cenihhe ^tnte. fcir. Jli*'��f�^�?^^.^.:p,jppg^ A�pnttd�ieFroprttton, " �fS^rcct, Coveut-garden. . . HOUSE OP COMMONS. ' Mr.DT:-ssary, to merit li�c- attention of the House. The Bill was then ordarcd to bo read a second time to-morrow. � Sir CHARLKS POLE obtained leave to bring in a Bill, to a'.nend i;'o .\cifon?nabrmg Petty OHi~ tvrs i;nd Soameii.-and Non-commivsioned O'.ucers of Marines, to s-^t apart some of ihair wa^es for their wives and I'aLuilus. . VOLU.\TEER OFFICERS RANK BILL. On the tnotion of Mr. S>'cvetary ^\'I^�Du.vM, tie Hoase WAiut into a Cominittoc on tlio iiill for Re- Parliament liad recogni/ed a similarity of pay. But , gi'Luing the Kank of \ eomanry and \ olunte^r it could not be maintained, that the H-ortw codld . Odicers, Mr. li.vwTnoii.Niin the t hair, not alter the oroportion between the pay of Ca^ , Mr. CO.MI.L nu.ved, as an amend- of the ]Mditia, Field OiUcers in it, and Captains, field officer of vohintoers, and toll tu ooj.'ctioa tt> were ^nlfonnl>^ men of large or of gonsiderable ', it,.ana for Innibclf, he \\asglad,ta have the rospott- nrotjcrtv. It'could not be" conttmled that they, iibilily taken oli him. with such properties,. wht> onteretJ the servic^J, as' Mr. SrUlUM-.> BOUIINE-agreed with the ,jJt'ie!d Ollicers, wereeo.titled to theSttrno allowaiKes ^vith men, who adopted the serf ice as a profession, JVnrt worked up fcom.tho iufetior Commission, to whom these allowances wore this onVy -provision for tho iuliriuitics brought on thorn by" the service.' It'was rattier wliimsical pftho Learned GciUleman, that whilst ho did not object to granting the alio \s an cos tdiUc^sulialtcrne, he complamed of its uptbeingoitended to the Field.Officers; Qod yet , Hon. AlderiKau, that invas.not/fghc to takeaway the riuvkfrnn VoliM*teerOiU(ieJ?s whit-h thay nosy cnjoyejl. It was quite a diti'vi'cut-tlung not lo givii .tljp rank in tho tir^t iostanco, and to lake it aw ay affcr it had b^itMi giveij.. The rank of Voluuttier ,Gfl|Mt8ha^l^^'eJt carried much farther last war, ,when mpipy full Colonels Wpreappointed. Though Volutileef, Coloaoi^ may not haw seen servico <� the army, theic:Majoxs had, and tlic cousequcaco ;