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Publication: Courier July 15, 1806

Courier (Newspaper) - July 15, 1806, London, Middlesex TUESDAY, JULY 1806. Under tlSe;i�atroitei*eV�f^^ tli� PRINCE; l.C a OliftJ>!D,GAIA,li��it KxhiRUiOn of er.- qiialim.-"! "����i^-� �  � - ----v.V*~' 'i u;MFacrii5tC')V'tii. . .........- i'l.A.Nv >^'^i[l'>'PI�)S6fi(?rU.S^!giyiiii?.an explanation or inv lioi�er5^J5|Sf!w�^*^^^ lii^ ^0!>fl�'^ Trtveg^ J,Tafl�Vit IS '{ijarttiioy_ inDjrjj la, wvVMckrsitiexwmmm- \vii.r;rAM r.uDLAMi' s�iujrp',l.(>.iili>!t,^am>. \ ' .! I'lif Jsnar^9 ar^v:^|^teocbJ:4�mnlUi?\t^.k and l,,>JJShaicbl'r(s, uitclor i4. ihf Ciiff auil Tuition of tb'.r Urv. JOHN OUPRE, 1) I). f.ir4ur|v Frtlmv at EtetcrOiiH-a.-jOvtara, .mii of air I'llOMAS DUPIMl, a Jilembcr-ot.tlu>. suwc CoUfftP, with Hri>j)cr .\^5�stullts, voiinj; n�:ntl''iiicii arc rionrdrd antt "J'{Uir-it pv nciplcs aiirt iloctriK'a of the ( L*tMi;iii Keligioa.-^ lOUNC* (iBN'TLtiAl K.N ar" here pr-pir^d foreviTv otlier r.partniPrtuf life, a-M well as Ir'tr tli- l/vir.ieil l'rof"SMr�! s. ';iipir domestic (>miiti)ris are. made a fpameiilur object of at-rf.ilio:i, .-^1 � , .-. DOCTOR DITl'riI=;iix�b?en Master of IJimKHAM- ' � hCWOOt, tor a p.'Kol of .il-niKt 1 \^ � M V t i.AiJ.S,'and he}�l!)itt�rs bi\iis; It that it.'; ch.iracter is snJi-ncutly estalilis'httdJih'tlie opuiioiiof the puolic oot to retpiii.' fi!>n'amore mioHt^-H'.etail. The Doeior, however, tliiiiks it jir.iinTtaT�inrirkjj tliaUhc Scl�oo\ liouad, vvbicb ISYtry largt .ii!! spncions, has l>eeii recently litted ap, a�d*�ch jmprovc-ii! r.ij.h ivebe*n adopted as ar'- best c:ilculated forthc coiive-iiuMipf :iiiilaecomiiiodationi>f the Pupils. Tii(� fi>U(>^�insf ar.t'tlie Terms rtpoii which SchMars ar.- admitted :-'I'utfaitce til. 33, Hoard and Ldacation. 1 orty Gui-, iieas pcranmini. Si) extra cb:�rgffi whatever are madCj so that Parents know exartlv tbe^iryearjy e.x^ieiice*. Ire.ncli, iJraWmgv'Mvisic, and Dancing, arc of coiirsoseparate articlas at all ollier^crionls. The DomesfitMaiias^iTient being now under dm duertion ot Air.aiid Wry. riM�a:is Dupi*-. tlie l>octor has taken a hi)iio*cs'to' receive 1'our \ oimij dentle-iiini-IS t'.irloiir Boarder^i' who will ,?o with him every dav til I.e. jr!)ool4-atid thus e.ii|�v tne blended advaiitajjes of a l^ii:.i;clivnl opiv.is ni'ain, after the present Midsnmmer va-' tm'i, onAliruinx', tU>^ 'JMll i!i!-tnnf. MlUTAUVPlK^Fr.S^iO.NAI. MAN, who -- hiis had evcrv opportunltv pr feelitif; t'le ill eib-ets of til' VI liicMii j^iiienil suppb/d to Militarv Alessps, heing up-i ii i!i.e point ottiikm::; possessimi ot a foreign Mjipointini-iit  u: jVleriH:;;,! htall, is niiidcc Ibi necessftv ot pari ing witii paKtcubkrlv adapted to a ftiilitary palate. Any Mess ^ :4i''-ii lie i;iHim;dto treat for thesaiue, orany part there-?f' mrt75 Uv addressing a.lnie tf> Capt, Filz-william, No. lt>, i TNIhH, he intiirfiied ot theiircessary paiElicuials; and .xu!i(f ^Vavertiser is aware tU.it Economy is the life of the i\r,.i^V, it will be so arraa!ed as not�toexcced v/hat they Tilly pay. Kit iszivished, a few Dozens may be-first �.: a ge-. fi'us aid atecerrtMjgnu..ttd, cannofbut�'tWbst*vfefyVtttititdTTi:flOAM SIlIiliR JtULRVu/h^ nl CKnlhaim' and the CO�iV ULSION and UJiSTRUGTlON Mortar Vessels, Ijing at ^^oolKich, ; IV/irre. ani/ P/riionxtcishing to liecome I'ltrchaxcrs^nitiy have the (ihvi-tfi of r.ibicim; Hie s'a.iie iluriii/f lite comiiiuu murkiwg /loiirs of /hi Yaril iintil tf'w (liti/of Sal''. Inrenlttrks and Cuiultliiins uj' Sti.'ti tiiaj be had here and at the. ^'url^.1. ' - - ' C'ARl>U}.A.\'.SlliRi;, SOUTH WALKS. ELICtIIJIIv KAMll.V RKSIDKNCi:. 7"B10 bo LKJ\ for a rerin of not more than JL Seven \ cars, and entered upjiii at Micliaelmas next,, orsoon.r it r.-q.iirv-d, CASl'Mi Hll.l., l.tte tnV residence niirt pr'ipert V ot John Williams, Ksij. deceAsc.TjTiiiojt de- , 1 ighttiiljV situilfifl aI�r jPf bed-rooms, coach-house niid stables, an ('veellent garlee, >er, Ahery.-itw'Vtli. . fuiy 1, m\ KK VI?SLP;V'S ROAD ROOK. This I>?v IS published, witliaMap, pncfi seven Shillings in jloin's, a 'levv l',ditioii-, mucn eid ir^^ed and iinpriived ; �with a co'ici.-e 1 opo^rap.iic.il Hirtliiry ot. tlic t'lties, 'I owns, W ilenni^-piaces, chief V lUaijcs, AutUiUiLies, TA1NIN� CUIDI", t:iroa!;h fJreat Britain, or a Des-crption ot tMe Grt-nt H'l f.U anJ j>riiicip:il (Iro.iS Ro.ids, m irhting tne d'Stances ot pi iee.s to a(ul trom Uo-idoii,' ami fro'ii each ot'ier; To wIiicUare added, a di-smptmu ot the priociptil j;iv.it Roids of IrL-laiid ; dillereiit r >iiles"4o Pans ; and a table of the tunes of hiijh water at ii"w and ttdl luoori; the whole turmin^a general tour through Oieat IJnt.iiH and Ireland. . Printed for O. Kcarslevv'Vo. t(>,Fleet-fltreet. J Asi" !\0I V I OMl>AN\ . 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Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees,and Orme, Paternoster-row ; and Vv illi^im Rl ickwood, J'.diiihurgh. Ot whom mav be. harl, liy t le same Autlior.iPi3t publrshed. The iUK OSof S.UO ri.AND; Bl-BLICA V PICTUREH, and th> IIURAL (I.VLKNDliR with-other Poems. In One V ohim;? I'Oolscap Hvo. price 7.?. m boards,. " M e need not add t'lat the perusal of this V olume has af-fonli-d us a very nncoinmon di-ajree ot pl.-^ahure. Ihe true seiiHiUilitv without aiivallertulioii, whicii the Author oiiall occisioas displays, cannot t.iil to 1.1'rest every Reader: he pLitidv leek every cliariu of nature lie describes."-Literary jounia), Mav ItiLKi. , "vnr, >VATI',filNCJ AXI) SEA BATHING I'LACES > p jiIvBDOKSKLLRli;arc respuctfully inform-JL ed, thTltttie NEW EDITION of THIi tHtlOt; t� all--------------- verv on Tuesday tli- l.^th ovuly, in three kinds of bindings. as follows: In boards, to sc I at l.is. In reii, to sell at ix' in .butH!>hin), J>ut litis alsttvijiie- fc.^v�f*(thscajto�jeft (aiid,!liit�5ianj:eilji(r, oftd[w�^, of Ihe Seroiid Edition of HI .lOIlN FROISSAltT'8 CHRONICLKS of ENviLAND, I^RANCK, SPAIN, and the adjoining Countries, trom the latter part of the Reigii of Ed-Wanl II. to tne Coronation of Henry IV. Newly translated trom t!io I'reiirh Editions, with Variations and Additions from many celebrated Mss. By THOMAS J OI IN ES, Esq. M. P. To which is pretixed, a Lit;"; ot the Author, an Essay on bis \\orks, a Criticism on his History, and Dissertation on hi3 l-ttetTv.� Printed'for Longman, Hur.-r, Rees, and Ormc, Paternos-tcr-row, and ,7; ^^ hite, Fleet-street. Ihe remaining Three Volumes of the above Work will he publisiied very shortly, with a copious Index, >' } roiSsavt 13 an historiau consulted and cited bv every writer wliose subject leads liiin to the period in wfiich he .\vrote; he is the chief, it not the only authentic source of in-: formation we .arc possessed of with regard to one of. the proudest and most strjiing portions of our nattonal annals. 1 he engravif^from old illuiuiiinted MSS. which accompany tae present portion ot the >vork, are usetul as well tp curious prnamcnts. As the tuithenticity of tne sources ifrom which .they are taken cannot be doubted, they preseutvdiiiable pictures.of the costume of tlie tioinrof Fioissart s Chronicles, by Mr. Johnos,as anunder-takiu^ of great importiincc, and even of high national interest." Ckiticai, Revikw, Miircb,'J805. ' " Even the readers ot novels and romances, if ever they have inthe eouhie ot their lives read any thliig of^real his-"' tory, must be gratified and even obanned with Froissart, for there 18 as much jcallantry, love, and advcntuiem tlie Chro-iiieles of Froissart as in anyromaoce, Don'.Quixote scarcely ejttepted. Frois^art's Chronicles absolutely allord wore amusument^f lids'Hn.'' AxTi Jac. llBV.Mny IStl'?. ;0ONCLUSIQJ if MR. PlWTT'S^LEA^#iflSi; ..IViptttfHislicd -rt'lth a fine^Porlrait.of iroliite.-W>4^oivfrom.a Painting by;Law> ; � rc^ce|i|r4))rc0|)iT^ey9luni9s,:9ctavOi price one guiqea lUid TTAIIvSt'IIOMK; ctmsisting of SUPPLE. JTl. lilENTAH**" OKEAN'lNG^t iuvftritlUS patts of Eng)and,1particu^i^y' \o Hifytpsifiv �Mld Warw iekshirc 5 and ic0utalnuig Original Views 6fi>ociety, and of tlie Stbtc of the \aiw u,jiew.�iin �iit�rgwu-'JiWnu�B ------^yuipally^ ^^ItH CWnlwiJ: Jjf^fiss. > ^ iii calf^jilt, tog^-ll at l.is. T le twenty-lifth copy will beal lowed pnbrJ-rs for fweiity-l ve copies. - Mr. Phillipshas|alsiijii.st published, Mr. Corr's Stranger ill Ire and. The Wild Ir:sh (iiil.v " ' M'lnoifs of a 'J'r iveller m/w at rest. Mrs. Robinsoh's Po"tip,.il/\V'orlis. Thcfith edition of The Winter in London. Tiie'idtditionof The Vovi.....>f ST. Oomlnic, !Sh-=. ( liaiiotte Smith's History ot England, .in a arvies rtf Lettei.il to a \oiing Lilly.  � A new "djl.oii o^.l;^by'j^ MusWaV Di.-a�rv.- - -- - 'rh J'iiKSlvXr Sr.Vn: of PERU; com. .is. prisitiE: an Account of its deograjiliv, 7opojrraphy,-Natiir.-i} Historv,^ Miiieral(>gv, I ommeree, C;ii.slonis,^and  iMamuT-, as yell of its oivili/.e;l as uncivilized Iiihabit.iiits, State ot Literature, Philivsophy, the Arts, \-c. Kc. J he whole.drawn tn.inroriginal and authentic doeninents, chiefly written :ind compiled in the Pertrvian Capital? to which is addeil, an Appf.idi.ii, cOntainTpg tlieniodeni Travels of the Missionaries lutlte hithej-to unexplored Mountainous Tern-tones" ; and other II.tert^st>iig pirtic.ulais relative to the idolatrous Tribes ot Indians inhdhilmg thostf remota districts of Peru..' ;;,� � Printed for Richard Phillips, No.'', IJridge-slrert. Illiek-triar.i=: and fob' li-"' �f-.W ".e �'c"-^' � _ An lAtl'Uik JL .V V 1 ... ... ... BOOKtS of EDUCATION. This Dav IS published, prinled nngood p iper, and in a clear . . t�pie,.jcures}�oi�liiigiasi7.B with Dr. .tlavor's Britisii !\ep�s, Jnee .���; biHtmtt withtbe tuU allowance to Schools, ^ITE CLVSS BOOlv ; t.r Three Hnndu'd and _ Si^:tv-hve Rkmiixo Lr.ssoNS tor Seirools of eitlier Sex; cOmbnii.ng, with tlie i'deuients ot all Knowledge, a gn'aler Numlirr of reading Ex,e,rcisfs, trom the best Aamurs, than are to be tnund in any Other Work ot the same desenp-. -tiou: every Lesson liavins:aj.learlv dehnedol>icet,and teacii-ingso.iie pri.iciple ot science ormorulity, or some iniporunt truth. By the Rev. DAVID IlLAIR. The Author liasbeeaslimulatedto compile these Exercises in reading, by the ohjervation, that, altaough there at pre-sitit exist sfver.il excellent books fur teaching Reading ajid Elocution, the obieet (it them does not extend beyond the ni-re combination ot wor.ls: and taey consist alnio.st entirely t p issagcs, seli.et.'d witvivk-renceto Iieauty ot composition oiilv. In tiie preientwork. Elegance has been united with IJtil.ty; sound and Sense iiave been stuiliously Cv^mbined ; and Eloquence has always been adapfd to the purposes ot Instruction. In slKirt, every one ot the lessons in tii:s C lass P.ook, is calculated to make the \ oung Reader both wiser a.^d better. � 'Mwf Authors own experience as a Teacher, suggested to hnn the division ofais liook into tiiree hundred and sixty-tive ler.wns, or one for every day in the year; 111 each of which, thesiUiiiect ui'itler 14 gcneri!!-,- hnisUed v.'it.'iiii tne suitable lengtn ol a lesson, rhis division, 11 is obvious, will be attended with an eipial degi-e.e ot convenienec to tae lutorand Pupil in the actual business of a puhlic Seniinarv.. Printed lorRicliard Philt ps. No. Bridge.-sireet, Black-friars;. and to be had of all Buukse.Hers 111 tne Ciiited Kmg- doni- _ Ihis Liay is publi.^hed, price j�. seuejl, A VINDICATIGX of Cci-tain Pa.s.sage.s in the J\. Common 1 NOLlSll VHRsfOS of the > I W n S-TAMENT, Addressed to ORKiS V ILLi; SIIARPF., IVe. Authorot " Remarks 011 the Csesot the Deiinitive Article in the Greek Text ot the > c w Testainfpt." � By tl?e Rev. CALVIN WIN i'ANLEY, A.M. 'Liverpool: Printedaal sold bv W . .>(>nes,3 �, (;ustl,f-stieet; and may be ii'id ot Longmiui, Hurst, Rccs,iuid Onne, orR. Crosby and,Co, London. Of wlioin may also be had, published bv the same Autlwr, price '4s. hd. bounds 1 � ELEMEIVTA GRAMMATICE CICERONIANA, or Elements of'Latin Grammar, tounded principally on the Authority of Cu'cro.. ..^ .� � � _ ... . . ' il K lUv. Winn AM liARCi. A i 'a PA -tENT ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. Tlie exclu.si\e sale of this'valuable medicine being now ve.sted solely in the Rev. William BaiTfciVTaud those appointed by him,'the tui- : iher sale utthe Pills is, in consequence, eiiiueiy discontinued kt the I'JahoratorvT ^o. 35,. Bedfprdrstreetj ricalatrophy, it is highl y beBl�fkiii(^ By/Tbrociog the.iH'^rves, elierisUing the uuimal ^ttlfit^i^ij^id'ffivinu.yigQur to thesyatwn. To these qu.vlities i;uiu$I be^atiributed its navingtirovewsmlccahle iivrheuuintie >;asc%VMd til nitHcks Of thv^Oout )ttha� (reul tUe patietit, wh�ni�ii�ery,ett'(>rf of .flifc Faculty |iud het'ii trieiil in vain. It .h&sako.i;eoeut)ivbecivf�undtaVib{^ t1)(; exceUcUt virtue of  pnfTciijtW S^u-siekwSsr.'' ' TIie%Vri;j,Y 14; Thrt Attok sfffdtiltinAt. vol SeaM'fdr.Hie appellant in ttie lrnihr(pp.�l4idVtt�t Jimcs'frj^ rP4tt!it a,a Private y?Uf,- wrbich #fV  fVc read a- 1.v sevei-aloi, tint (iniir. , .  The Hills on the Table werifrtieii forwof ded a staff? eat'b. After which, a caiit>j-eure 'Wai rijqucstvii from -Sic Com. monS, Oil the ;�arae Subject df therf latrciVFNc'Mt;5TBii, Ixints l.i,uQii, llBUKsOAi.Ej L , B 1 .N Ks oa the jjarl ot the Comnjoas, aa-J wni(;.i �t.t �,'rii.ac . arteradiligc.:t research �itty former pfrcedcnti, it ^.jrprari*! from tne cises of Lords BAi.c'.tAK.4S ana 1 enN i.nuttu-that Peers not being i..orJ�of Parliainaatv were Ji'ioleti* 1* c.illednpun to give evidence on gr-..ve mitters before ('�ommoiis, aiirt iliat t,ne Coirtmoiistnougnt it tbe.ir i^ulvt?* assert tneir privileges intii.'itjresppct, as esie.-itiallyctfiJnecteA with tlicir most importae.t proceeduK''. . As soon as Lord rtr.sf ini.wu ;-.e,aud eoiidu'Jed With moving, that tij-jir4.ord-ships be suniiuiiiv-'d t.\j,E, and a few observfEtiOiiS froiu tie i.oiiu Cii,v...CKt.ltor�' Bill iiavif.g b'.'en taken into tar'h-r CJiisid.'ration, agreed to, ,-�i.d the l.ill re id .ith'ir.l time and parsed, 'Mr. itOl'inOlJ.Si-, brought up tue Report of the Committee ou the Bill for erecting a l-ight House on the hell hoek, on the East C oast of scotlai.cj. lue ameiidiaPiitill -was ordered to be reao a toir.| time to-morrow, Ihe Report of the Comirtittcs onilte Bill f.irappropriat-iiigthe produce ot the i-ovteitcd Estafes ui .muI and, w.ts taken into furtlicr consideration, ihe amenunieiit} were aer-edlo, and the Bill was ordered to be reada ihird time tu-niorrow.' t;OVFFREVCE WITH THE LORDui(itir.g AtxinagL-rs to manage the Oiufeieiicc with the Lords. t)n the motion i>f Air. VAiNSl I 1 ART, Ihe same Managers who managed the last conf..'renc" were .-ipuointed to m-jiiage the present, i hey inimcUiately proceeded to thtf Painted Chanflier. On their return, Sir. BANKES informed th.' House, th.it the Miuingers had been at tlie conference with tt.;; i �ri'.s, appointed by liieir Lordships to be mamiged 01 their ptrt by the lail of W nsTAiK.-init and that ih-.v hid coaiieui.t-cated the answer ot the Comuions.orderca to be ptep-;re- to the Message otl!ie Lords, aadh.idlett tne sane- lUesst'iigers trom tlie i.ords announced tneir i.ociishipi*'as.^ S"iit tothe oree.iwica Mospili.l bill, lae tsveeuwicli �.^Uest Bill, and theClasgoiv Water t'-ilL , �ftir. Mkl'X, frTiin thcr India llonse, pTpse.ited ccrt.iia Papers relative to the Ni.bob of Sural, ponuaiit tt> order' -�f the House. \flcT soiue ohsprv.-ifioKS from Mr. PAUL on their import iiice, tuev were ordered 10 lie printed. The Su',':.r lio-itity iiill, the irisk iViiruia hill, the S.Ik Bounty iiiU, the Irish Liottled W iiie Impwrtatioa i"^.11, trie Scolcii i.xeliequer t ourt iirll, the scotta > oiJ^icei i.stat^ iiillv theliibr.iliaraiid .ilalta Trade bill, the .,\cise Law \iueiidiueiit Jiill, tne \v^:v i.rU:i-;M)waer liill, tic Aiueri--caii Vla^t I'-iU. ine IDiisoiiditpd tued B II, ti.e Linkeepers' Rules hill, tae rtlastci-s in Ciianccyy hill, and ihc Itairin and Currant iiill, were read a tnird tiiue and p.ujsid, PUliLlC ACCOL-.M'S. Mr. nUSIvLSSOJS' rose agreeably to notice', tcf make Ills motion relative to the keeping and stating of the Pab:ic Accounts. As a reason for bitngmg it forward at so advanced a period of tke Session, he stated hi� wish to watt tttl th� fiew of the linances ot the year were J>eforc the House. The plan Avhich he bad. to proposer was one by \vhich he hoped the Rcvennc would be bettered, and, at the same time, greater satisfaction aS to the? actual state of the fniances of the kingdom would be allorded both to the House and to the country. What he proposed was, that the whole aceounts, both of revenue and e.vpoitditure, should be n\ade up annually on aspecihed day, the Stlt -Jan, and that these accounts should, wjthht a certam short tiiub afterwards, bo rogularlr laid on the table of the House. He did not mean that it should be the expenditure and revenue for the year, but the sums actually received and e.vpendetl wuhin the year. To make it also clear as far as possible what suin.s wore actually to be provided for, he shouJtl also projMise ihal at' the same time an estimate from each dopartJiient should be pr^uccd of tlw rete-nue and demands'outsrandwig, whicit of course would form tl�c first artide^s of credit and of charge in the ue.\t accoitnis.- laud and malt, instead of btiiig voted anmially nnder a distinct Jiead, he should also propose, fo'r thcr sake of g-rBater clearness, autlalso, as likely to pFodu^se ai saving of tiO,Oeu/, or 3�,000/. a _vear, should l?o carried to the credit of the Consolidated Fund, aiKl as thtij amounted t& 2,7605000/. that a sum of 3,000,000/. out of the General Fund should ber granted to lus Majesty ou that acconnty for the service of the year. By tins mean* insti'ad of being Q.ssigned on partittuhir Exchequer, liifls, >vhich.niig.ht bo in the market bearing interest, while tl.ewj was ntoncy lying idle in th� jhi.vchequer, the whole of the consolidated Fund would become sublect, and wortW be applied as it ca,me his ^^^^�> l';iyi�cnt of such claims. An objection, Ik!was aware, aii^t be stated to this prtt. �positioiv> in as far as.the duties alluded to were annual, .and this miglifbo supposed r(.4idering. tiiem perpetual. Ho thougltt, however, there was littler) in it, lis the produce of those duties adging fro^^ annual grant amounted to /no D)o>c'tlK�n frofti 4 500,000/. whereas In the wbotti ther (tmouiytcd mvariy as many millions. The oidy otlnjE rc( tion ha .�hould propose was tm alteratjoff in mode of cKstribution t>f grains. ^Th�3e> beal^o itlso propose, should berraa4loy�d4i> ^6 particular branck of recruiting, iJust ;

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Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: July 15, 1806

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