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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SJTfMfijr, JULY 12, 1505. -.-.Price e"'^ trndcr thd Pa�tonaj^eohiti*U*>tililighnere tlie r/llNCE ; r H1IIE l^r hid pill OMccrs and CuminixnioniM'n vif of "WAUKS.       � �   -a .,.>:.. If..:..:............ . ift.-   //("> Mtijestii'.i !\ufy U.tlivi-efii) give iio^/Vr, lUnl ott MoD- N M.QNDAY EV13NJXO,. JWy. 14, will I d.-iy, l/,e imu/Jaiy.nc.it, at \ine u'ClnchhUlie l-'aremw^t, be a Gft^J^D GALA:, sifoil brilliant IVxbibiliOn of 1 Ci.umissiiiucrHi^iie tci/l put up In ^ule til /ih OJ/ice. in IJU The l:\ST ip-RITATfvLOrTtlftif.whichW/lW.f! to tuk�' iplaccjn thip'Couiitry fonli;? ilispnsiil or vTDRK^ i�i.T Of BKRKirAM-. ^i&?ch:�rei l^alTl.�il......_ �^ovcr-atfd that-tbe ^.Q;ti}r)f .wili'^iwitively bt' ilr.uvu in , St'ptcmber- _      � � .; PIHI-ANTIIROPlGcAiN>rnV i'F.XN. rT?^]IKPUOSPl':CTI^;,givfti.i? an cxi^bna^ion of jL tbf imture of lh\s prftpofcJ la'tituiio", ijniy l>e h.ul.at jnv houH', Iw. J3, NV*l6rt"k-.it"wf,- (.�avciicJish-.squan-, sfinl.-it itfl> Lmidfla^'jnttvefft i and it �8 ij>afliculari v v(!OiimiUL"..(lvil' to Jif-rHfws \n tbe-Conptr^ to bPPrtntie sliavclioMiTj:; as it uiH afiord (hcmano{ipar(jHiit.VvOf Ityiiig; cjt tTitvr (j!!>;jc.v more tecwwH anj nwrc; advaiit.tijcotjsli^th.mon WQrl^igi-.  ; PuriuJSt f?t.t5cttc6nluti ji Ht the. Lonlon TAvLTri, �Ive BooHi^or SultscTijidoii v,-il! fi(�.t�me oiifiitill'^'OvOiK) Shares are subSc�ih?�rf tor. li, V,tl�ffJt-slr*ft> Cavwi-   �    \V1LLIAM SUDLAM.  ' flish-square, Loudon, ,1uly. fi, 180.'. �       '    .   � Thr fiharrs ar/- CO", .cacli, pavaMc bv iiiMalmnits, and. 17,000 Stiarcs('J40,'.'>0J/.)are.ylihstfihed for. A' "t berkhamstedsciiool, "erfs, "�der theCarcnnd Tuition of tl>c Rev. .(OHN DUJ'Rli, D. U. formerly Fellow of E\dernMiftnry,'in (Icngrnphy, !n .the U?c of the Ciloljes, and the most UJi'fiil Uranclns of tlic iWatUeniaii- . To suard tnt- purity of tiicir ftlnrali, tho ino.it ;?-.-i,i!i;)Uf -. ^-i-�Janec is c.\-erlcd: ai>d care is t.iki'n togron k1 i!i yv.U in the uriiifiplcs and doitriws ftf the (^iivl-ii.:- i\.-li�,'ii)n.- YtiUAf! �l,KTLEM-lJN-ar�'hrfrt-i^f:-'..i-'.'-.:  �..�y\y.T^- other department of life, ns wril ?isfi�r i^:; � .. ...i-il i-'roi" p.-iois.v Thejrdomcstic coaifurtS are iij.^df   -riitiMV i'.i-re a morie minute detail.  T'lc Doct.f , Ii'fir it '..yr�".p<-J-fo'renwr!t, ihiUl^jf P'-j^iV-il ! Iiiii-c^ 'V;iii-!i. :^ v��!/.J;^nxe .;Uiii's;;.)t:.'iS-, .lia? iiej'ri v'rvi.^I v .iiti.ifl .i;|v: ;!iiJ iinpvove- . - Thr fi::!loni.- n;'. which Rrholavj lire admitted Entrance ;js. lioarU ,ind KdurationVForty fiui-neas per annum.     . No  tusie, and Dancing, arc of coarse se-pitratc article!!, its at all oliiei-Schools.   '.    . The Domestic Manaj^croent being innv under the direction of Mr. and AlK. Tlioinas Wunr'T tin; Doctor has taken a house in a pleuant and healtiiy tituation, liMV Kcrkhain-liietl, in Trhi ;t:io;e.s ofa .Viihiic and J'rivatc Education.. Thev will hHve.i-.-parate ro!))ui>, and sciinrate Reds, and every* coiiveniince \viiich can rraioiubly 111'dei irctl. ' " ' ThS .Tevnis fnrUoardei-s of tViis de-rription ai;a:-J,',n-trance, .5/. 5s, Busird and Education, ILisjhiv CJuiiie.is per. annum. : - Tiic t>c.honl opens asain, after llie.pfe'ent Midsu'.timJir va-; cation, Oil iilonrtay, the 28tli instfjnt. .',�'> MILl.AKD'ri W^EIIOUSES, J;i, niEAPSlLE; ""1 ^ 1%^.'?1LLAIID bCjjs most respcctftdlj' to cicpfcss--.^vS'liis obligations tn thi: Nobility and Gentry, for ili'^'"' ^.iMei'itio;PatrOiiafiewilh which they nrepleas-d'to honour i his \V3rch'5'n:e>, y.nd begs to i.dopn "thok- iiadies who h iv>' ,101 iiirpe_fted tncmrecejitly^thatthey contain, .it the j-.reje..t momei^t^^hc richest prpfusion of Gofidb in Eui-ope; coilsi^till^' C'f choice Itisli Linens and .Sheeting fro:n the ni-w l)leach, Erentb Cambrics fefnntwo guineaL* to ten.tive jviece, a rich �viirle.ty of :lndia .Muslins froni lit'teen-pence: to two fiuiiieas iJtryardi for L�.tJie�M)rciSCfr and (jentlemen's .\rt!ic!nths ; �uriOu�Vg;old and xilver aiuslins and Lidia !3ha-\Us, inc Uidin.:; one of thij laVftcst cTcr C(wne from India; r.uJiC? Siiawl-f rayatt and real Shawl trinuain^rs for l>vcs=cs.; curioe-s irltife Ct|inti, fr'ooi two to seven i^uine.is the,piece, to be liad icrtuiiie only'at his M'arelftufcs ; a rich a'soi-imtiht  (if drawiiijiii.hrf dining-room Furniture,-, ftc.   MiH.ird hrg:5 to ,nhserwhi5 Printed >Iujiinf, �:c. ^-c. whicli have been lio-,.. nniired wifhnf.cqualScd approl) .tion.are supcrl.itively unique: . Bis C rcassiup Robes arc in rich visriity, aiid .tnoufth the fltMnstefidea'vwjrs have been 'made to .pinto thom, the nr;-�(iMi, I'mtip CMinin, Oil Ca?ks,\SLC. ../// lgiii(;in t/ie miiil, i'lirii, m/rei'd uujj i'crst.ii\- n-iMiihi,' tn liecomt-pi'inhnscrsnitii/hnrf Ihe (Hhily of viii.iiit; llf s'liii:: thu'r'mg, Ihti common Kurkins iicitri of lur,' I'lird, until the dtiu 'i^N"/e. ft J... . .Jn'lc'ildncs and Cvnditivnn of Silk null) llf liaJ. lure, auiliit the Yti/ii. NAVYOIM'K'.U, Jiilv      Iftio.' ^111/ Vvhmpul Qijiccra (Did Comitiis.snucrs of .   His Miiiaslu'-t yn'vi) ilu /lr.i\:,ii /j.er ,%i'i-:v, f/,iil .on Thursday, t-'n I'li" in.iinui,iU Our (('C./n.-fri      icili 6r renrfy la tixnt Ltt/mucli I'crsnHH m mnihl'i: to lUilnn-t j'or vfi A.N,CJU).!l.S and GABLES lu the I^oadaaaj JlaviS oftiucrnscyaud JcWcvv. ^ - 'ofttciifn,-\>iiff any iiitliKcd nti!i:.\1i'ltii: J'ui-lji, oi-an yif-tnt J'uf � him, uli �(/,-.:    , ' �.     . .       VltT:JAi.t.i.V..i UfUCii, .fUlyrt. "^in-j Goiiimxxmior.i fur i'ectimlaitg ih'.r'Mii. � je.v/y'.v l\m"j lio hereby gtce J\iitiv/:, tJiitt un iMonday l/ia l-\/.fi iu\f.aiil,tiieif tctll be rendii to receive J'enih'rx in ,f;nlf,ii;, tsenit,r,p) for SIX TiiOUSAM) BA(J.S of IJISCir 1.1', iiKuL' fcuni Kiiole Meal, to lie tUlwereil in ikrce n:,ie.lCK, liij iceahly jirojiiirtioiii into liit ?lnjeslifg t nJnnlliiig Stirres at Jhfitjoril, ami to be puid fur iiy Uills puyaliU icUti interest, itrnv'iy.tt/ii/'i iijtcr d'lln' A. />'. 'Jcmlci-Jor ksiilhan Three Ifandrcd Uaffsmll be admillcd. .       . . TJic ('vnditions of the Contract may. be ncen at the Secret lanj's dthce.        ".   - i^ o i\::iu-d mil be. had to ntu/.'FcMhr in wliicit tItB'pflec xliall not 'h- i'lxcrltd. in Kord,.t at lin^l.h, or liiat slinil nut Im delivered lo liiK Jivtf.d tiefuir.c'Clmly an the said Monday nr.ft, I tie iUk in.\faiti,^iiOr'^lu!rs^ Ion per.ion mho mnkeii tlic 'J'rndcr, ur svinti Person on lii.s be-liulf, attends 16 aitiiiver Kucn � iilliil I'or. ,     ,     "     ' . . JD t'l.i-.ICliy x.ii.A A.'j iJ H'i-..AC;ill.!v.-i.      '~~ "f/v^ANTF-D, in a. ftspL'Ctablc.- Foinidation-y F ii(\'inol,a.'nni.>r ('Ink-iie.il ASrtIS1^\N'r ; bi- nlu^t h:iV: tdlt'.Mi li!s Biitchelor's i)efiree in Oxfard or Cainl>ri.!i;e ; a peefi.leiice'will be siven to a CJlej-jjyniait. E'pr paiticuiarj upidy to (;. Law, 13, Ave M;ii-i:t-l.ii'ie, London.  . 1-: S;;isl!.^ Gentlcinaii inay be acroniinoilatotl wUli .3^ BOARD and L��(!l.Nfr, oii moderate; Tei-i!i.�, in a priv.it - t'aniily; or a SiCCtJ.V !) i-'L�OR witti Bo-ir:! oeca-^ fionalh', in a iieuteel centricul situatinn, (.'artis of addro^b ut .Mr. Davenport's, {i;l:!Kier, Bedford-street, Hdvi'd. . .^/^-ONS^.-?.Lessrs. LUCA^ ahd'Co. bi'^JT^r .^..vJL to inform those tutit ni:iy hc� ia'vvatit, .ind dejIiiKis .ij! barrowii!g temporary or peininneut Su;ns of M.iHiev, and p�M-sv-iseil of any as^lftniible pc^lp.l^^: th,,t thev'.uiav lie supplied iu itii finy SuUi (�ir f,iir and. equitiiule ter'ni-^, by pii.;, 111/: an ndeqiia-le Ainiuity Intercet for t'.iosanie. .\s .:l. Air.  \\ Ric',1, Venib;;n Dci'dir,' -.!, I u iKiitc-ivill, Kh;tll rjcciveT\vi:> fi'uua- Ifewar';-.'uly ;.*;!>(.;. vJrAl.S.SoJ' Red i'oit >Vaif, 'iVa, l''niit, Aiiklow', 01 and M-ery veg'table matter are entirely ivninvediVom Talde-linen, rt.;aw..s, .Waistcoati, Aiurlivri. -Lace, and otiier "artides of drcs?, witUnut any injucv tn tbe cloth of tiio nii;s,t delicate te.vture, by (be (.^hernic.ir l-.lraehiiW t/K!U.i(l; it ;,l=n 'iVemovesstains froni Ladies IJtiif Ore..a'^, \i,itiiou: i.ijuri.ij;Die bun' colour. Tbi< l)ay is pnblishrrt, urii*'2<. ROTRSTS agiiinst the UKCISION- AV�st. iniHser-HalLof the Article., cvhlljibitedby the. Knights, Citizens, and Biir^ebses, in I'ariianieut aya^niibled, aKuiwt JJl-NRV l.DiM) ViS(;Oi;?-;T,MEl,VILLl:, v.ith Extraerr, from th,^ eviileiiv-V-^. n-.addueeti in (be eoiirie iii the fVi;;). Pril!tedfnr.I,l;iitd, Bookseller to lli.-* Roval lli^h::e.ri the Pi-iueetir \V.-il.- i)\,M,-iiiui i>i i5i,ic i)i j-i;>ci;: or.,t.- ijrisinsa ('(nsSideKitiou of tne l{e;;ul:ir� Aliiitia, and t!ie \'o-i-.i.iteer Enrce-i. - Bv.I. C WORTllIV'-IfON, r.-|. iViiife'l f-ir     liid'Mv.iv. ooii(i>ite. n�wid-:tii-i i. I'iccidiilv. '1 alb nuir ii.isi w!is iniuii-iied, a hKCH'^ l> I'lj! I ION, witu eoiiiil.Tiblea.idii'l�int:i Till-F 1:11 vs. I it'; (Joldsmitli and Jewdlfr to Ilu Royal Hij-ciri.ss <'ie tVinet- of Wale.?, late ^len;!) t of Pn'rliam-i t for the (-r, of roveiitrv, on tbe Snbiert of. h's evtr.ior linarv Pjirvpii"-1-t, eut.M d, �' \ I'EV ir.irV �" fi^^CON'tJlipT of Hi� Kov'l lfi,''iM'-? fie MRINCEof \r.}-<, c. ^r." \^ ith Evnthn.':(tion ii;t  llers at the W est End (�f the ToH'H. '        � ^ Tuisdavwas^uhlislip'.t, prievo. lubojTts, ^irH FllIKNJ)<�f YOV'im : or .1CICllA L VIEW of TRADES, PKOFESSION:-!, .-.ud EM-PEOV.MENTS In LI l''E, their a lv.int:ij:es;ii,d disiidvanta-ces considered; the Education, and hums of ^JnnoVneecsaary for each upi.iertakiiifr, &c. ivc. ive. intended as a help to Parents and tJuardians; aud to. Youn}.{ I'ersons bct;iun;n{; the worl'L - Pvii.leil for Jaiws Ri.l{;wav, opp�3ite Bnnd-Btr;;et, Piccadilly. In the pr^.iis, andshovtlv yvill be ])iibli:n mav be hai!.. -Th<. vi(;c U;!ti'-'i-(iuine:i III lioari". "T"'."' . . iiii;i^.\.>�>i" This day is published, in one elegant volume, cjuiirto price -J".))'fv-;iye ;v!iil!inf';s, in bn;vr,l.^,'enib.dlisbed with Sii-t.-en l):\:ulif,il Views, by MeclianJ,: and- diiJicated by pei-iuisi sin;!, t:i theEnrlnfMoir::, rpui-] STIiANGKlliij JRELAXD: or, a Tour Ja. in thr' Sniiiberti n>td West-n-n Parts of lllat Country, durliiijthn Anlmnii nndWinti-r of t'li'lait veacj ISOj. ' Bv JOHN' CAKi.'. or the llonouraliU' Society of the Middlr Temple.   Anf-.or -   of the .Nor! iiefn Summer; oi- Tr..>id r, Iraveis round tile Baltic j     'is. in lion rd.s; yeriof covert ��irrtbi .        . Du?in�s, which has imet such general npi;rn'iati�n, will b:; Tnvarjahiy adhcifed to Af tnafci'njj only in.e price to.cach article, and cittire nieces or dcnrs- pieeef, sol J at the wholc'ale prices, ' tamirifiniakiGV"�'w>Ktjf!lis!'.menfb or having large tomnJfenionstoexfcutPi MorcKaiit', tvnpt.iins of Sbip?, &c. Will find an inspection .ilwayf well i'pairi, :i libe,ral disr counSfrt'rcvly Tnoney'bflne 'i^lloefed 6:1 aU goods above {( tcgfatn aihount. �______^ '. .       � TO THfJJtUAlAN i:. "'Sl^HIItE appeal^ to. liftttin'o^ arc so frc-� Y V-quciit, it is itdiffilcuU ins'iHt ( ic I'rienI of an un-fortiwat^ l';eii�ale,.t�adoptaiiyl;uipiu>^eth;.Vniay excite nf-lentWtt, or impress upon tae nljiid of the Rc;.ii' r tlie paiiiful  J$|i^ra !tUc !tptfrP�t of Hn:e xpected misfortune, and Indiyi^n^CiNcrtiOn feas iitqyeid ties icccfsful, ttiere seems 110 fmtite*", bttt'httaihly t(> i.ljufore this hanane iritcrf�renceof Ihosife who^tre bl�j )^;s)>e>rtnditliAinMiate vctlief, Biroti^h this npplirn-fion totheffuHlicJ^tt|i(;.hor^l)rsut':V'prison, scein i(ic**italilc, Mfhiclj'iiiill tff coiitse frnftriitie her own exertions Tor her future .��Bpi)orJ.�*'nTrfh'ci'patliriilaVs':re^ thi truth of this lain?'^i4bi6''caae^.in�y.ba:Uad; fry apjilvii^^ t" tbe Kcvi !>.. Fjvans,;.'ii,.Uiga-�C*ct,M^rirs-le-bonc-;" and of Mr.Mul-�ii?,f7, T�tfi:ftliaiijiC0tf^ BetoeEa[(AtttfiB':v,'Ul>TVcti^iit^lW^ at -the BanMaj llnuscs of SeOyii,�U|TlO. COMPEAINT.S, , ,,Ja,^i;;5P;rA.:JiALtrrAiiis is f-ji-.rd- .saf^nnAeitbetutil ReinedV pvci' vet ir^teof y�^lidrti)g(Jtoui disease, Pci-smisim-ithtichcJfetl'CwiDpbiints lit allib-st;)�: f�j *-''>K '^''^''i.''''^iAliLE. Iv'C V(Mi-s l'"iiir!iasl; yyill bi'. imnu'tliatdy R�ven for An'Wities nude liably secured uppii I'Veeliold, Copy lirild, or Ion;; I'.e.iM hid\ iwlalcs, where'the pnrties have an absoUiie intciVrt, an'J o;i which (by reason of the pressure of thetinici), iVioney eaii.'i'H b"" obi lined upon ivlorl^^age." v\nd ci;;lit year.i jiurch'ise will likenise be. (;iven for Aiinuiiies for yjuns Lives, secured on th,- like property, or on Ajojiey ;.>j tiielunds, w hVre liie purlies h:iye only a life interest. In either eiise, the >;r.iiit^'rs will h.ive the power of redeeming five same.-.\pply per.< lie has (!e.voted his siiiall s il;'i�.'v to thepnyimnt ofliisereditm's 5 bnl a few of tlieiii iirecli.iiiiU'ous-pviriiaps froin, iiecessllv-and, to meet their deni.ii.dsi pieveni )�� VAJK'liiios, fftid n^ain.t.riii his family till he caii iisiuineaioy the benefit of his saiiill salary, is so f.r boybiid his pivteiit ability, that h'.^innst,. if not assisted, in the eiid las" liissltn.a{io;i, aiid be left uiiiioul the smallest rcspurci-.,- t ould lie revert the rijin vita v.'hich Ue. i^ t;ir{;aten;'d, by  . _   'l^iNT  AXriKILJOUS PUXB^    Till' exclusive sale of 'th'is valtinhle medicine belnipiow vested solely,in the. RpV.A'Villiain'Brircfn\,h!id those, appointed by him,'the fiu- ?-'y ?,15S3tMVi:.N.SO.N'.SNEV/ .NOVEL. This diy \i publi3:is.*d, in .'> y:)lr^. dundccinio, price E,'s, 6d. in bi-ir rprfK yVlliB IRiSlI CJIIIL; .t >:atianal Story; J*L   in ijhieh are deii.ie.-ited the Mjnners, AniuSeinei:!'-, and (ii-ievance�of the PEAiiANTRi' and VEO.'tlA.SRi of IRJ.LA.ND, �y SYDNEY OWEN.SO.y, Authoress of the Novice (if Kt. ii)ii.n!nie,'Ht. (Jlair, f>;c. Lo.idon: i'rinled for Richar.t Phillips, .No, o, ijriii^e-slreet, i>lackfi-iar.i: and sold by nil BunkaeUer=, in ti'ivat Britain ^iiid Irelini. Of whom mav be h:id, A new edition oi' the NOV'U.'I', of .S r. l)0?i[INIG, by RU=s Oweji.-Oii.   JnS volj,   h'rice ISs. in boards. Thetiflheditioiiof the WINTER in LO.NUO^f.;bv Mr. Sm'r, a vo);. l^s. t)d._   _ _        ' "      ' And the i\iAij), WIFE, and MT.ODW. dons, ;! yol". I'ls, �f',         Bv ^\;r, Sid- i.U.VI i--A.n.iA./j\   XO  lit... I'|.;-,U.>Vt... This day w;is published, price ii'ilf-a-fiuinea ii boar Is, or 'J'weivH Sililliiigs bound in red, in nj(> {iiiek and Clu.-ely jirinf^-d volume, the size of Deb'rcit's and ^ Ke;.rsiej's i'eerirge, ABIOCIIIAPIIICAL INDRX to the PllE-SVA"lMlOlTSEof.C()MAi; T'^yre's "iVarning Voice to tJritain ? iMebv.iv theSbul of MhsicViHt l'>say, wiiji the Criticism of llevieweis    .   i .HOUSE OF ixmj^.s; jT/tv Jl. r;oi!n.?ei � w ere hca>d \ji rcpU in the ai�peal Ri.v.yiEw. ToiM).-- ro befurthel-C0!�id<:r<'d on .NJoiidav. ,Vr. BA.NKsOriiugbttip .i.Mc-ss.-igefrom the" tlouicof (Jnni-! moni, r.-: t'1,1-eciit, tile l.ondori.Pf'rt, ani'. Nen'fn'.mdlami Fi-hery I'-llH,- &e. �vre Ijrjuijbtfp friun tbe Coniinoia, and ri;;id a"�J!I^t iie.iei �. THr, TUAlNiSTi Bll.r,, L-jrd.SPr^l.VCHU then tnoVe;! th-; Order of the D.iv for tlif lii>\iso t'� rc^uivo Uiclf into a Commit-toi.^ uptiii thf I'lU for tra;:\;na v. in'.nib'.T of men . thc;j.-iiof aim.-?,   ill'i i.,')r(isi'i;} obscfV(.'-(l^ that \w t!i(.M!r!it th'i Coinr.uttcc t!i-.:Jitti-.si .s:aw of the Jfi/-t'litortai.'iinir th;; obji'cutv.s �vvhica . h'i u-idtT-;iL.Sjil -iorac NuOj'.; ijor't. iiivcmb;-.^ to itr^t; aL^atnst-ii.   L'pon the pratnnlfi auJ profisioTH ot" tliu Bill lie lUJ not i�i�gji�'w''tl: ("irn;eiic;y it wa-^ ��vi.'ll' tnown thiit tltu Grown po.ssfi.si-iMhc po ivi-* of . caiUiig for diB personal .st:rv;ce 0.* fy.-rv dcscrip-tion of parsons, aiiil t!rj present iiill Inkd otilv la coutcinplatioti a natiijaiGcl cxerci-so of that p'otyc-.. Piovisioiis vvero made iti it to traiti th<; dift'ereat rb-sscvs of t'lir coiniminify  in  tho j-naniier {ho k-ast obj^vorioiiabJu to thiiir foi'.'iiig.^. and the Ica^t     ' iiicouviv.iicat to tist'ii'   pursuits.   It  t"a.s to pr:)ctn'ded 111 by ballot, aisd 011 s;�iti.-: occasions er� �iriptioiis mif^I't bo liad hy pasf:!-; .i rjiodns or /inc 111 iihort, t!io nitiiir a;n:5 iL-udeiu-y of ilie measure lio conceived to bu ii(i;ic.'!ioiisly caliL-d ior. by the. ciiaractt'r.atitl complt'c'iion of the times in which \v-j li^ed. Wc; v,'eru lookt'd upon as an induHtrioiis, trailing, comniiToial nation; but to inirtt and rciiuiio the daiigera wh'n whit;}) ^ve uyi^^Jit *;i; threalencd, it was necussary va; s'hould bee onie in'so'.ne dL' pci:alion and eS'ect of the measure tvy-.v proposed; The operation of it vvoniit, in h;s nilnd, prove   . tea-zinvexatious, and opnre.ssive, and it m onld be found to^ accuitialatc nnriece?sary expence, with- ; but any fiiif Gliaaee and prond^'c of lis proving c.*iectual.   Why attempt to looii at the distant, iiaccrfain, and precarious operation of au untrieii measure, for that reaiik which yo;i havi� ajrcady in your hand'-', a force in every respect better ca!.. (;ula edto answer L'le ends you Jiave in vjovv, iTuti a-.iy that ca:i po.ssibly be raisod tiiider an act like the present ?.   If you waur tivo hlindred t'nou-^md men addiEoiial, why not add to your Vo-J u'ieers, uhoin yoa shouid encourage r ose imliiary charac'ter, deservedly staadso hiuh, and vrho he w"a5 Jarc had not ciiangeti tliat opinion, whether he did not still feel di.sposed to aeknowIe(ic;e the high dei-ree of d.scipline the  \'oli;i>tee.-s had attained, and hi" would not hesitate to lead the'm ;�i;:!!itst any eneiny in tiio.'vvorld ;-if sach were tiiat Noble Lord"sr opinion, why resort to aiother hind of force, from which so miicli los.^ was to be e.\pected?   \\'i�y not raise an additional \'o!aateer force, cqnat to fhat Avliich ^vas esti'nuted wcidd be the result of tlio present Bill ? This was whuX he had to recommend, lie naa saljslicd it might be dpne at much Jess cv-pence, ami with much less inconvenieuco thaa Avoukl attend tlte [)reseMf iiieasure, which in hif^ judgment was v,holly unne.ees.''ary, ami which he" was coivvineed must turir out ineileettia-I. Lord MGlll.V shouid never alter tire o-priilott ho' had^formed of (he spirit and di'scipline of those Corps of V'tdiintcers, v.-jrh whoni he had an opportunity of Lndi-.g more pariiciilariy srcqiiaintcd.' Jle" wi)nid bo ready to head tbem any day agairtSt .iny armj- of Frenchtnon,at!dhe;id them with conlidenfc jjat ^vhe\^ he e\pressi>d that ppinibn, . ... .of success".   _____    ___________ anA Rei,iari^m,^yt!m^^^      i.K>c^ .m tlie Pohbymni:,; ^ j,^ fcad in view local deJence,: and not that thwiifuaiottilon'apev,...None arc ftoimiile hUV those havliiKH Irfttik StaitipVVtth the name, " The Rc�.- W. Barclay," ..ctia*avciltlMireon. , ri'� �    .    ,        ,    ^-  . T. A. PHIPPS, AsMittbtUe Kopriptort, � 'BudlAjriUttcct, t5ovt'�lv5iiidcu. ' FJeifVic Idiies on an a^eij. Elm ; onMrs. Ci-, of Laggan's Pofuii; the Ir'air tiukinnynJu-Alotaiuorphos s; the Hwee'.s of- j Society, or Itecnllections, in Veiye, of the J-Lippy .Scenes of l;.f,(.iic"y and Voilth; Fragment'on FriendshipV .Song f.^r j C'hi'fstma.s or >^i;>v \"cjr"sl)ny ; the Evening of tiieV ear; Popoids for a Pour Ward'n'ibe; Epitaph'ou a ^tiii>; ; Koigs for the (Jlasgoir >S(rpietY of ^unisters Socui , theBa;,':'-cheioi's Recant iiioii; tbe Full-blown Eose ; Character of David. Dale. Esq. the late (Ilasgow Philanthmpisl, with a few )�n"ticuLirs of bi.^ lai:e ; aiiJ a War Song 011 tne Piiwptct of the I'lViu-iiiiivasioii.. Prinl,"d for Alexander Mnll".?on, OtasgO'.v; sold also by Lo!igman,liur,t.lIee.'=. siid Ornie, Paterauiter-ro>\ vsuvd Ver-norj Hood, and tJh irp. Poultry.' ' ' "'liter ATlJRlv.: This Davi-''published, price Is. fid. A GATALOaUi': �f �.e choice and 'yaluable ilSL Collection of English; French niJ�ltali..ilvOOKS, in COLBURN'S (from Eailes) CIRCULAt'l.Vt! l.i-BRARVj IS, t'oiKliiit-street, ifiUiiver-jquHre, On Ei-iiodnoiiig; tt) the \yoild the aboyci Catalogue, the Proprietur ("nimot withhold 'his unfeigned .vckmnvlodgem.'nt* tor the-verv liberal j>airtmhg� a,lready rnceived, and prenuwis to hojie lii> Shall.now,be abli; to pi-oduce fresh cluinis for|jiibVic Livour. lu the .several deijarimcids of JiiStory, V oyag.>, 'fihvils, BiO)!;r.ij>hyv Divin ty, Ppelry, and Itomaiice, "this Eitahliiliment will be found"rqili'ie with the best Authors, Bxtcnsive Arrangements have-b.iinmade toatl'uvd the must tironiptand uuiversulncc.Omlnbdutiou to Subscribers both itt Town and f.'otrhti'y, and noejtp'nee has bii'u, or shall be. spared to t>rii\g'iuto'clrei>latioti such a supply of Books ar Will prevent the wipleasant u�cv-Niiy of repeatedly appi vints; or the same'^otlt. (elided beyond the limits of the country, in which .at that tune lie had iKviionour of a cpnitnand^ That '^v;^snpt the objevt of the force which the present Bill wont 16 raise:  we shouid look to the various poin(.s at which we might be at(aefce(l-:rj -we .shdnliV look e.speeially to our relative si-luativ>n with the. eiweiuy :  thtit siiitntion it. w::S' inCuiinbent up,;'.) tis to al'^er; not otily should \> e ije. prepared to frnstrate (lie at.temp;s of the. enemy to oltect a Itod.iig 015 our shores, bt:t \�;0 should bo enabled to ci)pey.i'.hl>iin in every ijimrtor of the globe, when lie endcayoitis to wrest froiivu.s . tlie res()urccs tluvt cpustitute ;ha sinewj of ottt stren^hj and oiir best uuiiir.s of ellectually contend-ins wiiii l.im,   This oiui only be eU'ected by siieha inoasuro as the present, Pi" one (hat shpuM enable r.s to seivd,out of the country, were it necess.ary, t^eiy battiiion of our rej^uiar army, ffiul conii-deutly entrust our home deleuco to our �'otuutoc::r, and such a force as tlie present measure ini^lit etuu ble �3 to raise.   As to lanpnuo;o injurious to th� Volunteers, iusiiiuated to have be�u used in nito-tlrer place, he was couviiicetrhad     otiipr ground than what might bo rcsit�Kl upon a gratuitous, force*   

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