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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 17, 1806, London, Middlesex                                . 4,343. THURSDAY, JTyXr 17,4806. A.UXH-AI-L. .   v,w�x-^T.* T'nHcrtlie Patronage of his Royal Highness,the PRINCE I 1>e a GRAND GALA, nnd brill j?lR,K-WQRK*5, liy Signor .Mortram.-7-A�tperfecttQO,and sent to any part ot Town �'Crnnirv -\TTfU) to the ^6�iLiTV,��trx>^TRV, &c. r,"i^-,       , ,, ^ lV/l5XBl% soTe Prenarer of the Tnch aO^  ^i^!^,^'al!^^: t/H:' llLSe mirod il \RVE\"b i. \L ( I. tar I ish, Game, Stc.iks , ^ ^, �V B Ctiies'of^iffei'ciftirioh^.....       if,, s rl-'ofri-li.tiamf^&u pacw^l and t.cnt to auj pirtofihi- (;-'irtrv. t.i-n 10 ----bitA/lu.tt� AN W iiitASrf-i'tW.NWl.RS. 'f/fTANTEl) imniedi.ateJr, a considerable unm-VT   bpr of CASTKRS aiid ii(t.V/lER.S, to w!i:)m 4:mt employ and good wages will    sjivt-n, on iioiilica- WliSTCOTT and UICKEfi, TliOS. a.,d WM. WILSUlui. :     .KHI.N LINK,   v TJIOS. HLINMAX and Go. N. t5. flood AYorliiiicn uilj liavc travelling cipcncrs ailo".vfd'lht*m. KrUlol, .lulv 4, ISO). Pcr-iKiiil apidications are dailv received by Messrs. Lucas (io. at nV, li, Janus-Htrect, AdeljAU.Sli'iUMlf and letters 3i paid) an.s^vxl�eJ withpm delay. "~^~~~TO~Tini I)UAIANE. "^"^ �V;;^7^XIILE appeiils to benevolence are S3 frc. cjilcriti � � 'A'nAers in -----, .   . uliall he dc niahdtdfur Jlu jl/ij/ol/s SAfpnandy ye.ixelkai l.isbunfltr the space of I'lvdvc MunlMn airlaiii, luid fiittlivr iniiit Montl/f iyarmngshall he-^hen t dndtuheiiaidftir bj Wills, juiyal/ta UHth IniefesifUmelij days tlj'tcr dah; - Tha CvitUiliimi i>fUic Contract iilaylie seen at the Secretarj/'s QH'tcc, (It iiiu Ojlcr, or by iqiplying tit Uh Uriiaitiiic Majis-tj\i Consul ali,i-i!/oii. Nuregard tuill ba had la any Tindct in ivhirh the price ahutl not be inserted in Kurd.i at ithi^tii, or.' 'inl s.-mllnat be delirired to the Jiuiird before One o'Ciiicic un tliu SM�i.TaHiday, the Id o/September nir/; nornnhsi the Person leho ntukes lite Tender, lit''some I'ersun on iiis behalf, attends,-lu ansieer uiAcn caUvdfar. � _'    . ______ ' vicTUALH>G-01'l'ICE, Jidy J', IbO). TU,Fj CoiHiHhsioiier.i for i^ktualliii-^ Uh Majesty's Navy dor hereby.gir'e Soluc, that o.�t Friday, the'25lli instanti Ihty tcillie ready to recdn: t.uders in 'h.-i'it-/Mi' (sei   lUi-, � O VV 1,14, Jul/1/, IT aj)f curing thai .ycverat JJebcntitrcs,/i.igubd by the iii^hl'Uononrublc and Ilononrable iio.ird of- Oril-nmiccforthe Tixt s.itii-faetory refKn'iiees ran be ijivi-n, an.Hettcrs addressed lo C, H. Lloyd's CoUco-hoasc, will be duly ntlerided to. GEA IV., oa t!ie.l'i  l nl'.V I'l, oi' liLiiUJi'i,. Tliiiduv is|lubli':li>.Nl, in I \^)L bvo. price Hj". llzVGMKNTS of a WOillv on the POLITI- Price SUte iernian CAL IJALAVCEof EL'RO.l'E, iireseoling its J before tlie Peace of l^rc-iburi;. Tr.iusl:ited from the IJei juiit published on tli:'Goatiiiuut. . Prinledfor AL IVltier, >o, IS, "VVarwick-street, Goldeu- Sftjiare. . _ 'J'his l>.iy is pulili^iied, J'rice l.s. ud. A SKllMON, pre-aclicd at Ilocluliilo, April 13, XtL LSOi, (in occnsio:-. oi" the Death of the Rev. ijio.m\s i naiii.icnt.M, ftiinistprot a Dfcsenliii:; \,ongre;;iitioo in that Place. Tb n tMch IS ad.led, an Appendix, coul.i'iiii^'some Aei-ountoVthe Life and Ciuraetcr �i' Air. '1 hri i.>.cl.{, uii.l p^brticularly or the powers otiuemor)' aad troaaures ol KJOWleJs'e posscssfil by hiin. JllOvM^ HARM �>, D D, FeHow 01 tUeAnteriCiin; i-'hilo.top.iKMJ boricty. . PmtttdfiAT J. Ju}imM�7 ^t. i?;iur* l;.b,Kj.'aKy;jtr il in their .Jfi, Ellccts on the LlUlUtTi ES of lilli IAIN, in a J-e-ries of Letters,addre.-sed to the ;Marcm�s U ellejlev, l.it.: l.o-veruur-tiemn-.il in India; luvl-.idiiifyi Corrcipofi.U'iico wit.i tbe Goveriinient of Bengal, und.-r that "� leii'.ai!, and a Narrative ot 1 raii:;.actioi,3, iiivolvKig tue Aimui'lalion tit uic Personal lTeedi�niO� itie Subject, atrd (a: Exuaoiion oi iho, Liorrtyor the-Pvew i.i India, Vi ilS tli;; itlartiuo s Edict lor tlie Regulation of tae >'rcss. - .      % CiiARLLS iViACLEAN, M. D. Author of a V.iew of Ute .Scienee of Life, and an Excursion � i;) I'ruiic", ftoai the Cev^tiou of HoLiiliiics in ifcJl, to Deccinbi-T, ll-'O;;,, ^.c, . Pri{iled by C. Maclean, Croj-vourt, Dr.iry-lane; and sold bv il. (v>ilir!t,,7>iO._:i>J", -Strand ; aiid all Hiio.<;^ IUt-. o4rlitalitHy to request (he favour of those Persons hoUU %icl( J3t.iii^eSl, vmy fortliteilh tramtnit them to Ihii ( Wee, inorder that the same inaij U iinm'uliaUlii dis(;harijed. it teadiHicult task for thR Friend of jingnV ALV^X. 13AVISD-\, Treasurer oftUe Oidnaiice fiMiiiiiite Feinalej tij adopt atjyiHn,ttjwsetl�itraavejccU  hini, by aiv,ilylng, to the Rev. I ij. K-wi'.is, 51, Hidi-.-iiVeet, Aiary-lerhoiic; and of Iijr, ' (i.nrge i\[;iVp;is, 7, folleaham^court New-road. ' ii>'iiof.i,fiH).iB will be received at the liahkins; Houses of M;-srs. l'\biii End Co. Bohd-?trcct; and Messrs. Ransom, V.nUn.l, jnul Co.      Pall-Mall.'  :   : ' ROCK LiVL ASdURA\CK COMPANY. Off.ee, Nb; ,5, t.udgate-strcet.- fl^Hi-; COUIIT cif DillKGTORS give Js^oticc, S- t.'i.it the Plan of tliis li.stitutioa'is now-formed, and T.. -iki '.iv oj),:ned to rereive ilic Uecl'iratioiis of J'ri|prietors f :i' 1-),v.;,;.'tii!:; tiii'ir .\s.-:iiraiic;'s. The Diri-ctors are al.-b !�  id\ ; j i. ceivT t!ic Prop;!.-.:ib of Perioas, not Proprietors, v. 'lo \n iv 111,- liesiroitsto make Assurano's on the very benc-1 iiri.ioiplej v/hicfi this Company oUci-s t<) the JL'flblic at v..iV,i,-()F Assurnncc Oil Lives, even ni Societies where i;nt'f l)';i U5,  *      Tt) UK PAib dFF.      .   ^ llVj Xords Commissioners of His NajcKfi/s Princiji tbe Iiji. - - Cie HecemWtf Kafd�eqi�eri >>4*- Palace VarA, Westtniustf/j on Thursday, tljc31M.dny_of July, IKO.i, attendant Hi� be ceivin;; the same; and, fi�r tht> greater dispalcii, the Heiircrs of the said JJillS are desired to bvisjC si-parate Li,fji of-earh description of Uillsi contain!.ig l.lie Numbers in Numerical t)rdcr, according to the value of (he said Uills, and times of commencement of Iriterest, ivitli the Jirincipal Sums and Interest due thereon, coinputod frohi the days on which they . arcTcspeClively dated, exclusive, to. tiic saiil'3bt day o"f July, Ib'Oi, iiutijsive, ^vhen the Interest will cease: "and they are' desired to write iheir names and places of abode on such Lists, and ihdors  their names op the said Rills. Ifiiny of theHiiblers of the aforeaaid liills should be de-. sirons of receiving payment of the iVmcipal and Interest, previous to tlie said .ilst day of ,I|j^y, ISOi), they may be accommodated on computing Ihq ihtfVest to the day oii,whieh they wish to be piid, ami lujjvlhg the said Bills'for eXamir nation one day prior thereto. Such l'er.sonsas maybe desirous of having New Exche- Tb.s i/ay is uuohsaeci, iu ito. r'art t. ^uifce 1 ts I EMaiH,.i of the J.lFi': of the Rev. ^tJL TRliSLER, y/lth his Opinions on. various iiUerostin:^ Subjects, a.id his;lleiharks through a long Life, on Meu aiij Manner's. VVrittQii by -liimsclf, Rcujt^'with iJumoiir, useful lllforni.itioii, and I'liJetaialng Anctf.itns. ' Strike-Rut hew me'; Pi.uraiuii. J. Brockwell not wishing to take Attvaiiiase of the Author sNaiW, Publishes th'.SVVork in Thr.^'e Part-; bill su.-.li as disapprovetiiii First, tuay reject the Second, ihe whole irfS. is liiiith^'d.. Sold by J. RrockwclU Carter-lane, Doctor's Coinwior.s. Where may be bad ijjratisj Catalogues of ail Dr. Tiual'.T s useful Publications, This Day is pablifhed, price :s. btued, VINJ>l!CATtON of Certaiti Pas!.iigos iti tHe � Comntou ENtiLlSH VEilSlON of tlie' NEW TKS-TAME.Nt.   Ad,lre.?sed to GRt;N V1LLE Sil ARPE, Esg. Author of " Remarks on the Uses of the Dctiiiilivc Article iii_ the Cirrek^lVxt of the New Testunient."  Ry tbe.Hev. CAlAl.N VVlNSTANLEY, A.M. : .Liyerj[>oi>l: Printedundsoldby V/; Joiici, .56, CaUle-street; and may be had of Longman,'llurit, RcL-s,aud Onne, oris. Cro.-ibyiii!d .Co. London, . Of whom may also be toad, jmWished by,the s.iihc Aiu!*r, price ics. od.'boiuid, ELEMENTA ti'itAMMATlC.'E CICERONIANA, or r.lemcnts of Latiu Graiairiar, founde ]. principitlly on the Autlioritv of (:i  the Public bva retcr l,tcrest of Throe-pence Halfticnhv by the day on of the Jh5titution,wijich enables the .Gom- One Hundred Pounds, which said New Bills will be.n t.-i great and substantial distinction VIZ.That    o,,.       .Qist d.-iy of July, 180), and will be delive r:i4 ! fiiis will he made manifest.tO:_the Public by a refer |, n-i!ce to a Plan Ji .nvli) hold out.. ,_________ ti).' loiigiT persons have, by the continuance of lite, to pay tie annual premiuhi to this Company, Uic greiiter will l>e the .i.U a'llrigo (o themselves and their heirs! advantage not to 1)  d. lived from Iho.* Societies which divide among them-5 Ivistlie whole pniftls of their respective concein. *.'iirrous forrasof Assurance adapted, to dillerent classes of t'lo toniminiityare already settled, but wh�ch are too copious fiir:!iiaaverlispment. They will includi', however, all the nnlinar,' and est.iblisl>cdmo~ilca of Assurance, yi/. on the wiiok- oflif:-,or foranvperiodof it: on thtv Livcs.of Noini-lues, wfieivt>ieve isa legal interest; on Survivorships j on Liiatingeneies, ivc. &c.'&c.- v Animities will bcteranted,and Endowments ma^e for^Chil-tlreii. � ; V - Itisalsotheobtetit of this Institution to assure Jo the in-ilustrious and pruiiciit, a provision for old age; apian whiv'i 'li.ey trust will open a resou^a of the-utmost importance to tile loinmunitv.   .: ,        . . S<"atansHg Persons' anrtotTJcrs^ wilt have the means if Assuring Lives torsingle^vayages^ibv wlucha facility, is niiiirded tocomiHcrcial^erprjise jMiculiarl3t,j�dapte ircdv V .    - tills Company lia^.nn-tJrTginarcapit.Tl of One Million, ^iludi isdl^idfed'intd Fifty Thousand shares, and each i Pro-' 1'iis.tor eiigagcff-.toimako ai^-iissuranccin some ooeigf'the "Hides adopted by the pompinv,^ . -   .    " . On evei'v transfer then; mnsfbe^ n ne\r Assnrgnce, whtch. ",'� tgivclisctoaporpCtdaiJS;t��feJti�t> t�f PoWcici!; 8�that ' tPublic haveinitrua^(^W\J>�J>^iyVSWi''<^* V-illiam Barclay,and thoi-e ap])Ouitfd by him, the tur-thersale of the Pills is, in consequence, entirely discontinued atthe Jdaboratorv, No.U.'i, Redtord-street, (ovent-garden, nnd is now established at the Rev. William Barcl.ay's Ware* . house, Leicester-square } where the public may be assured of having them in theiV pure and genuine state; Mr. Richard Butler, No; 4, Cheapside, l>eing appointed sole Wholesale Agent, all wholesale orders^ both in Unvn and country, are requested to beatldresscd to; himvwho. will make theTrade the usual allowance. None are genuine but those having a Bt.ack Stamp, with the natue, " The Rev. W. IJaiclay,?' engraved thereon. T. A. PIIIRPS,Agentto the Proprietors, � Rei ford-street, Govent-ganlen. : �   ' FOR THE SCURVY, - Anil all Coinp]aint� ^risifig from Impurity of Bloodv SIR JOHN HiLtS KSSiiNCE 'OF ^VATlSftDOCK, . " If any one is iR and.kuAwsAot bis di$0Mor� Ut blm sus-pectthc S'cnvvv.'WMAyHioLus. -  .   .    ,r       ; npjIE SCtJRVy,�^ppears to .be more prevalent JL- in ^liis cQuntry tl^ao ip ^any other, within Qur knowledge ; whetbbr this arises frjim luxurious living, the state of the,atntospb|u-�, the vairiablenessof our clima^>, or Ihe large iquantity of ntiimal food taken l>.y person; of every class, is. _______. _________    liBpr ., th.; Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds,  price 17. 7s, in rj^lill VO ETICAL WORKS of the late Mr.s. X   MARY r6iUNSO.\, now first colletted by her daughto'v Miss ROIUNSON, and iirdudilig in:uiy Pieces miUAL vArliament. house OF Lords, Wkonf-soav, jclv CO-MlvimiO.N; . :       - The IJoya! As^tnt wafl notiiied by Cortlmissioti to about 21 piiblic.iii.i Priv.it;; ii.U.S.--AifiiHig the fuMifr wiu, tue Votu oit:i-.;.tii. IJiM, Ih.lriiiniiig Liil, &c. . Cuu!i-..-l wer.-i' ln;.ird for iiie lLe�|iv*tidents in the Iriib Ap- pe,.l, y, l..iid pi Xja.W. A great noniber of Bills were hrdught up from the Com-^ tAon>. ami r.iiid a lir.l time; ain^Jiig  ili.;i.-, tfiC t'otdic Ac^ COni,)tailta'i;ilI,l-oi*.l llodnbyij Annuity bill, &<: �:e. ^ 'i'lie Bills on the tafd ' ��ero advanced a stage each, after which the House u Ijo.iriied.     . HOUSE tJi' I'O.u.MONS. A inessagefroni the Lords required tin; attendanoj of the. House at tiicii't. in, wnica was ordcrou to be read a iiiird tune to-niorrv . iur. S\ !LLIA.\1S \* V presented a cop J of the Xbird Keporiot the CuinmiSiioncrsiut .vUrval ltev?sioii. - afrs' l,aiid lax.Commi'S�ioiters BiU,tb& ^varehoasin^ BiQ, the \\oo.l.-jikiid lorcsts Bill, the \'>i!id.->or J-orcst BiUj the Irish liwps, and t.l.irs Diliy Bill, the IJitUry Bill, ami Sinip^oik's Oivorce LiU, were re;id a tairj time and pa.ssed. - J tii; t^oiisuiiJiiteal-uiid i',ill went tnrough a- i-oinraittec :    a^d.iuie Oi apprDpriation, and a clause of creait Were lutro- i.onl EOl.KSiON E moved, tiiat 1010/. 6s: bepatd for tfee di>:ehar:,e 111 My. I'itt s debLs, beyond ftie lo.Udj:. voted by t-'arliaiueiit, ?no.!'ilbe added to tne clause ot appropriatiou. i\.r. V A.,.-ii 1 1:-AI{ 1 said, tiic :uiu voted Woo Ojidcred to b.'p ud \MLviuat lees ii!.' dedui:iioiis, and iliat was tliccauseut . t.-ii' inei.M.-eu t:;i..ri,'e.   i ne same coorse ba.l been adopted lu  liic Villi-lur llie ilisci^arse of the tlehts Of Lord chathain. llij Riporc was iir-..!ere(l to l)e received to-morrow. The Oak Bark iiiU also went through a CoainiiUec J the Report ij be received to-niorrow, fbe Irons and.Harbours Preservation Bill wentthrongh a Commitlee ; ai;.l also lije Uecci^cr General of the Custouii Bill-; tlie R; i/iirtsto be reixived tci-morrow. :Vir.-ItOBuOb.rr. reportetl the'trith-J'ost Roads Bill, w hii-h was ordered to be read a third ti.fic t  as w ere al-o Earl Nel-on's Ain.nity Bill; lUo llOyal lamily Annuity Bid V '^'ult lJuty iiHl; the Grei.'ad.i Loan Di:l; th'j Vta.iie Coach Bill was reada taird time ami passed,Avitu a iliHiui-fitioa t'roniSir John''aiM.-i..\rK, Ihiit'i.e meant to brin^forvvuid a niojc perfect oi:i; ill Ilje ut;.\t .resiiciu. BARRACK. DEPARit.!ENT, ' Mr, llOB.SOiVfuse, piirsifant fo notice, to call the attention of tlie llou^e to the accounts on .the table, with respect to tiie Cxpendiiiire of Uie pub-lie money ii.i the Cari'ack Department,   In times like the prcSiHit, when the natiqiiale.vpenditure was no IcjS thati one million ind a half v,eoki}',.iyhen the ; nationalburtiiens were rapidly increaiiingjand likely to increase still farther, he did not ti|inkituccessa.rv' to make anr apology to the House for attempting to occupy its attcMtion upon this subject of the flagrant abusl?s which he ha'd no doubt of being able tO: shiJW e.tisted in the departuicijt to which hi* motiisuwould-refer.   It was uaw ueally two months since he had felt it his duty to meuti4}n this subject in the House, but at that; time lie was by no means so wtJl acquainted with. the nial-prac-ticos which prevailed these.tcn'years back, as he hud since becoiije,'  He \Vas now fully Eall. vhen ho brought the business forward, iiiany GeQtleiUcii seemed to doubt, the correctness of his infonuation : thb^i^es �^^^.ri-i'.. 1 ul)*s�f tint. Oittttiiav ar� jO'lieHnvestcjl   Efe%MK, rqprjct , pledg-   it is a valuable bldsing, that the gieat tihd bencricent Crea-ltd the Public, f,'     �'.^K-        . -  ' ->   tbr has particnlarly favoured the inhabilaMs ot Crpat Br�- Itpni tlie'oiif^�nal'Capital,-aPiVfaertlViin)clmndeafter ' taia With a peculiar jreme4y^ , ^   ,, . ' hniitul UmcJWhicKiitJiflsoat^lB fovtherindvwntdeft, thalit   '' The GPiE'AT WATKRDOCK is apJantlnrtigcnoustothls nl�llve^ thi^ gtpQk a4ff;jeoia'l?�0d*"flnv^1l�3*ii'�l te'r AssUr-    couotry* aud hds evei? feocn recommcftded as tlie only certain � � '  " y�aiPt4WeSpecifitfoF4he Scurvy. .v , metheifllbo,^f tjjfe erupUve^kindjjor latent �n the liaTbit, Wi^'EsSiiate is alSvays ibhslH^ ^i^filrtt^flbrt is.by inseflsUifc pe^ ,:.stmo�Bdp �lnaT^ lost ioWof ti�e stQiOacliJ oiirtoheft jjnfl :�y?etens the, blOM� j ^ctrt'ttsaUltsacridi; acriiiJ6nious,apd pu^^^^^ 'feinbvc9!hhilsea; tiiki(�"oirhll r cWHrs ft ; '^ti)ffits(hitpi'itiesi ��hd>.Hcv'er-faus Irtjptetiiirniioa a BduiuJ aha llie* ulithfif tintCSimttimV aratO'fieHnvestcd ire the^iafties Mrs, iloiUNsbiVi written by.ilerself; in twO-y,o)j. price Hall'-a-Giiinea in boards. . THE WATRirfN"(rAND SEA B.'VTHING I'LACE'. nnHli B001vSi:LLER  l.')th of July, in three kinds of bindings, as follows: In boards, to sell at Bis. lii rod, to sell at iss. In calf gilt, to. sell at Los. The twenty-l'.v;b-copy will be al-iowed*on orders fi)rtwenty-five copies. Mr. Phillips has also just published, Mr. Garr's Stranger in Irilami, The Wild Irish Girl.    " Memoirs of a Traveller no^v at vest. The 5th edition ot The \\ inter 111 London. The ^d cdit'on ot 1 he Novice of St. Doniinic. Mrs. CharlTitte Smith s History of England, i;i a series of Lcttei's to a Youna; Lady, A iie.weditioiiot Bushy s Musical Di.-)tion'ii-j. The .")th part ot Dr. Gregory's J..>clopediii. Almon's Complete Lett'is ot .funius. Tne Theory of. Draniatic Representation by Mr. Siddons, with jsixty plates. Th'o-Biograpiiy of thepresent Ilonsc of Commons, A new edition of The Picture W'London. The Thi):d Vohnue of Modem and Contemporary Voyages. -�        . Sundrv SchopVand Children's Books, &e. &c. &e. Orden fop nil which will be tbanktully received, and im-. mediately executed tor all the principal iiuoksellors and Li-braVians'reSidingin all the Watering Places.  Bridge-street, Blarkfriars, Julv8. IhQs. JUNILS'S LETTERS. This day is published, in Two elegant V oluiiies, small 8vo. enibrtlishcd with beautiful Portraits, by Cainliiic AVat-son,-nrice Ife. in boaf Jsi .A COiWJUTE and AUTHENTIC EDITION -nLof ilie dULBBRATIil) LL'ITLIIS of JUNIUS, coutatDinsitiUch^additiniihl Mutter, and much Intorination, not to'heTnudd in any other Edition. ; Among the AtUlitioiis are, I. The various Letters to which JiiAivs replied. ^. Copious illustrative Notes, historical and biAgraphical randS, An Enquiry-relative tu the Author of these papers, in which the .pret'ensioiis of various supposed IVritersare critically cxaiMi'icd, and the i,iame of the reul Au-thov ascertained.       v Bv JOHN ALMON, Author of the Lives of the Earl of Chittbani, and .Tobn Wilkes, of Anecdotes, Historicstl and Blogmphical, iSic. 9i ebetter qualibed than any other inguishiftd: Write*-; This Editio� mont______.....    - of the Iambus Letters 9f Junius waysbec^iackaowF claiiits, tnereti)ih!^t'ii^M4 rcfer�ncf of the Public, as the. last \\^^kwW'V9#Wn'^^ ^^'^ ,necled with the )B�l�ent Pulitlen\ ChiHractcis of the lOd^in which JUoltoMrote, aiid tolfOitijfcclcs the com-ist, the t-hetipcst, and the must H��jrS�at EolMott extant.; tntcd fi�r Riehard Phillips, Brldg?WlV*et, Blackfrlars j lo.he bad of all Booksellers aud Upnlrrs in Jluoks.' IvB; Anwrigthe' Engravings, are a. Portrait;, of the Au.-th'orofihe^e letters, pna a fac similtv of his c^nulnc haud--wTitln!; (ieadtrastto the feigned hiitod viudf r which He c�rtes- and that in Conseiiuence.of.such do.abt, liercccLvcd a cileck, that was c.ilciilate'd to discounigo the prosecution of his object J b-.itno such check sliouhi ever avail to restrain hiui from the,pyrfornxancc of his duty, or danip his feelings ,ift.the pursuit of the piiblic gooti. However, notwithstanding this check, it turned out iHunedately after wards that the rectitude of his pursuit Avas recugnized even by. those from vvlioui the check proceeded.-r- For the Ntible Lord (H. Petty), whom he now saw in his pl.ai;e, but a fe\r days afterwards^ brought forward precisely thesamemotion wliicli, w hen proposed by him was rejected. I>:it at the time of that rejection, he was fully perjsuadod that the,Noble Lord was not at all aware of tlie cnornious abiisci that were going on, aud it was but justice to that Noble Lord to say, that he immediately afterwards appU'-'d hnusell to a diligent nivestigation of the subfet.t, and ilse result of that investigation was, that r.u' jN'oble J-oid found the case much worse than it had beL'u described by him ; in consequence of which discovery the Zvoble Lord took the course already alliuli'dto, anddidiiim thcimnour of copy-iivg hia motions. Now it turaad out tlKU the rent of the banis Avhich lie bsfore referred to. and which wore hired for the use of the soldiery iti the Isle of AVight, were some tune since reduced;.tp one hai^" of that for which t!.Vy wereorigniallylet; yetsuclt wa.s their value, that he could as.sure the House, that were a farliicr reduction of one half fbcir present rent to take place, as it must, (here would still be paid for them even donbio more than they were worthr Ibit he had to state, that a g^rcat many more buildings of a similar ilescripiion, let on similar terms, had undergone no retluction whatever. If the House would turn their attention to this matter, (hey would uicet in every step of their iuquirvj circitmstauces equally calculateil to excite their surprise apd iudigiiatioo. Gentlemen vvoiUd hardly bcJicTo that the siiia of 200/. a year had bceu paid' for shells of barns in the Isle of Wi^ht. In referring to this, part, he took merely a single speck of the bar. rack accounts, for in oi'der to aroid confusion, did VQt mean at present to extend his iuves. tigatiou to the tvhole of tlie barrack accounts, wmich were: coafcsscdJy-the inust cuufuscd in �u. (a taugh). Therefore he should contiue )iim-|ii0lf, in illiis;ratioH ofthe cause, of his niQtiou, to S�a(ioivn Bay'Bitrraclcsj^rqspcctlng wbidi he was .p.Qsses^ �f thd miD^t^atisfvctof^'iofciriuatioo. But f ut tW communicj^tiotis.itie ref;pir�dwrerQ such �� impressed him Vith tho^l^oprirty of i ' -�=-^ mo(jw>u to .al^ VoQippr   

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