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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SATUApAY, JULY-p; 1806; Price G tJ." Cnder thel-atronage pf Iiib Roy ar Highness the PRlNGE !,�    � �" of WAijI'.S. ' O^:: M(�*EIA� EVENING,' ^uly ai^ will be a GBAND G'ALA, ?ml liriUiant lishibjtlon of iFaOVIDliNT.WCTITUTION for LIFEINSUIIAN yii �:      ANNUITIES. TheMort Noble tfteMa^qUistffBUGKINGHAM, K. G. The most�      ..V,1CE->JIES1DENTS, ^ .  ,r The Most No%$he,RfaTct�i*"fSAUSIJUR^ Thr Ri'hi IlOn. Visconnt :RUr.K.EtE^ The R Kh Hot vUount.DUNOANNON. The Right Hon. ^^'^^^^SeS^' ' ^?.r^.l'ihf!^�#eltiitA Insured and Aimu tants are at) ,JProvrtwSlBes�ttt^^^ ItrtinnitTefi of Old Age, which V"""^f/:^ tcalH^dvafiUigw lo the lnd.�strious Classrs a.id the VlCTUALLlNft-dFFIGE, JiHy 15, 1806. : TIIHE Coitimiammts for ylct^,nililr^ Uii Ma-. JL /Jesly\-i Ndtig dohet'tbi/ give ls''o^:c^ ort Fridays' Me'iii-fft tJwtaii^ theo.uiillbeireaau-tq'i-pKcioetUnder!! in wril-ing (sealed up) and treat TWd UtJNlJTlEl) and FIFTY TONS of GB!S{UI?iEOATArEAL, < epf/ord; One ifnndrid Tons into lliosf. ai.l'.l^motUlt-:i-and F^'ty Tons into those at Portsn}oiith f ont'^half tliereof'i0fke jnunUi, anil the other halj'in vni inoniA after i-dnd to /ict'^Ufd for by Sills payaltle^ luitH inieriv/, tiiheljj.dii^<{f^ief .d(t(ei' The CoHditions nj the Contract niiij be nceii at'the Secretdri/'s regltrd mllbs had to amj Tender in which the Prire shall notbeiimrtei in icorih at kn<'thi.or IhiU shall not Ik dilibercd to the Board before One o Click oA the- suid Friday the ^thinslanti nOr unless the PeriontbAe makes tht TeMer^^or some Person on his behalf, nttijnds, jto ttmtcer^htnf<^l�dlm-; !^ff'itj eiinijulo'^ereliy gipi JVwMwj that an: Wcdnesdiiy '�Bj RED TONS orBLAQK SMURNA ft;y^I^IS^ aiid for 0>"E HUNDRED, TONS of the bestneT-. CAROLlN \.or T.AST IN-DIA RICE, to beansiitfabU to\iaiii}iles to oc produced tclth the Tenders^ to. be deliitered. one iiulj themof iit a i'^ofhiighti and the remainder m a Monthi-intu His Majesty's f'tcluatUng Stores at Deptford, and to ba pitld for bij tiiUs pajabU', ailh Intefi�t, ninety daijs after date. The conditions of the Contracts maybe seen ht the Secretary s 1 Office. No regard icilt be had to am/ Tender in ichieh the Price shall not be inserted in words lU length, or ItiaVs/iall not be delivered to the Board before One o'clock on the stud Wednt'sdav nest, the^3dinstant,' nor unless the Person teho makes the Tender, or some Person on his behalf, attends, to itnstacr ichen calleitjor. > . Mr. DUTENS' MEMOIRS, This Day are piibHshiiff, ctefcarrtly yf iiitcd in Fiv ^i' Rokinson's P()KTlt;Al. WORKSs nOs. ltd fwm �*Mtweif past His days o TW Pli4niia.ae^opje'dlto the-I^lic Under the immediate rccdmmewlHtion or seyeralLord. liiftOtenants of Counties, and other distlngtilslied J'iirtouages, aiid ft in the' importiint/ad-Tanlage|>Hrhfch if secure?, an cncrerisejhf hreseiit industry, of morality ^f^obrie' �   �      -------^   .ti.._...... of th'e-Cowntry will dimlmsbcdt'and tiie --......   , IiTOvldipa;*tith*'a;ert^R)rtahle support, through the salutary applicatiflJi of theicown resources. Attendancejp^ivendailv at the Oificc in boutharapton-' strCft, Strand, from 10uhtiM.-^'v � v .   By Order of ;lhc Board; .,      , i^-      t;jtOIX,_Secretory. SOfOtY, HAMPSHIRE, KEST, or SU�SLX.  W;ANTED lo lilRE or l^UV:, a LAUGK FAMILY PLACE,:iyUh LAND, in (he Southern trmMdIc pfirt ofSurry^; the- Ei^crn part of Hampshire; the Western part of iKcDt; or tt|,c Northern or AVcJtem �partofSijssex. ..^ ..v. �; '   ' Addressto A�B;at Messrs. Nomavillc and Fell's, Book-tflli'rs, New Kond-gfreet.    - ' teakjiY CARPETS.' npi WELVfi of thfe^ir^esf rrun KEY G ARPETS JL ia ��iront!V1irtth.25^ailai^t Cenf. less Ants and Cq.> Carnetj Ki>. 9, Ohartes-strec*, COftiiT At" Si(ftolk-street, Middlesex Hospital.-Where is ^Iccvcko on Sale 1.10 Rogp tqtnatch the ahove^,Caipeta, aiiAa few-wcccs of iirqsst>l� and-V^nc ��co. VlGTUALLl.\(i-OFFiCl'-, July Iv, 160 i. rWllIE Coinnnssipiters for V'ictuMing Ills Ma-JL jesly's Niwy do hercbii gii'.e Nolive, ok Friday, tht. 'iblh instant, they wiil be ready to receioe Tenders in wriling (sealed up),and treat for THREE HUNDRED TONS of MUSGO \^AbO SUGAR, to be answtrablc tosam-ples to bv.produced with the Tenders; to be delivered in the original packages: Two Hundred Tons into the Stores at Peptford, Fifty Tons into those at Portsmouth, and Fifty Tons into those at Plymouth, in Ihc proportion of niH (ess than 'fti-enti/ nor more ilwn Thirti/ Tuns per Week, from the dntaofthe Conlrtict; and to be paid Jur by Jiills payable, tcith 'inUrest, ninety days after dnte. The Condxlwns oj the Contract may be seen at the Stcrcta-nfsOJIlce. No regard icill be had to am/ Tender in lohich the price shall not be inserted tn tcorus at length, or thai shall not be delivered to the Hoard bejore One o'clock on the said Friday, the 'iothinstant, nor untes the Personroho makes the Teniler, or some Person itn hi^ behalf, attends, to anSioer when called w A5? 1 ED' immediatelij a considerable hum-. .   ber of CASfTERS. and BRAZIERS, 'to vhom consLint employ and good.wages.wiU begivfilfoaappltctt'^" t^""'" . H'ASlJROUGIIandDUGGA^.^ ,  /        WESI'COTT and HICJvES, WlLLt.lfM FOTHERGILL, TnOS.niid WM.WILSHIRE. JOHN" LINK, .   ^    THO&lJaNMANandCo. . .��<*9a Worjimea will:hU,Ve travelling typences Brjstpl, July ^, a! i^-r-^YMiSSCS. LUCAS and Co. beg leave ...^ to ftt0mlUo3athatmay.be in want, and desirous of ho.n.*ingtempor,irjr or^aermancut Sums ot Money, aftd pos-se:.�fd of any aTsigniible ^opl-tty,lhat they may be supplied with any S&m.ojTfakamf equitable tenns, By paying an ailequate Anmjity Interert for U�e same. As also money w JU he advanced tn those of knoivn propejty, on,th?ir perionai Siicurtty. VICTUALLlNtr office; .(uly il. *ri�l�,l)ay jsjmblislu'd, in one VvL I'imo. price FFljRY.S,       .   , I/ite W. P. for th-City of Coventry/  . To be had at Nn. ^0, Pail-M.Vll, |y,c � 0::f-Sijil'.mg.. , Mis.i 0\viiNs�J> .\<)s ...1.. This day. is published, in    vol?, duodecimo, pr;Ccl';H, 6d, V in boards, Tf^HE WIED IlUSfl GIRL ;.a National Storv; JL  in whichjari! lit'Iinfotnd- the ' Miin]i??r-,^ ^'VinuicrBCriiti ^ii'lflriiifrtliF^ r*"^ 1'^ r'^'-v"     1 YtiOAiiiSR Y liy SYDNEY OWENSON, Authoress of the ^ovlCl-of St. Dcmnui-, St. Cl-iir, 8fc, London: Prialed for. Richard PbilVipfvrvo, -j, Bni'.-ci street. Blacktriaij: and sold by, all BookielU-rs, hi C'red* Britain and Irolam!.   mn.v be had.  .      . A new edition of the IS0VH;E of S C. DOMINIC^ by, Mis, as in boards, or any two volumes 6Ppara(elv,'prirc!^':. Ill bortr.'y, flpIlb'HIS'J'ORY ofGRKAT 3RITA1N% frrfin -L  the Reyolution in IG&ti, (whcnUurtie's Ilistsry termi-jiates) to the Peace of Amiensm IfeOx'. By AVIIiLlAM BELSH.*.>f. E;q: lndepcndcnt"lv of the acknowledged merit of .Mr.Belsham's History as a \\  jrk has been garbled and miitilated/with a view to sUpplya continriaiion of Hume; to the deatli of George the Second ; but the p.::rti- tliejinutno    " No.'97, i-treet"^;. laiiCjtiQ. thcMetrop Ivih^dqin" nqftrishment to ^the lea-raittlflspetfectly fhJP fr^m any iin its-virtues .in laiiy.fliinttte. ittert; AxtdUIjlo. 1, Jiincb-. ufdctory, -'avtstdck-  toL.flootmAkers,Perfumpif and Qilnapn in ^ in cv,Wt wn thfoufehoub-t^e trnited tl^ysyricft-'ls'.jSA.eacli.�  -i.'t      '  ... riOO.KE'jf�i^iie*1to.Wp^on 'galfi,''^*- his'Ma-V/ n4fattad-c)>urt, ife*lyoppositc Yorti�tHWlngs,, hcfiatt�r yaiitage�l. busme5s,.AnO bvindefa � Drought* tmiityot.lt comBcotii t'tat ^p^cf.,;fee surpaftra. - Th^ many M-t  cvpty pg^r.jieri>on ^m^'hi^linfof -   �-*-ftclfeo<^Ofrto-which, J . BlbiM'op^rf ,. fw0�6Goq4^ .s.ti^er?i��;. '*to, ji�jonuno)lale'tlld* , t)h Jixwort TKidit};-; '  �� '� -..5 >.u 'Aii�<*f': �,i�uryS*. �try qf ��?!Relwo�s, J�a*i�a*eS^J4l ll^(�ei;'a^-IsJ8g%^qT�Jllilg;)TndV^^^ ^liich it effeltU""^-^ rplIK Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY^S  PA-X  TENT ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. ^ The exclusive sale of this valuable medicine bebig now vested solely in the Rev. William BarcUiy,and those uppoiotrd by him, "the fur� ther sale of the. Pills is, in consequoiice; on tt rely discontinued atthe*ElabQriitory,.No.,15, Bedford-street, CovAit-gardeii, andisnowestablished^ at the Rev. "William Barclay's Ware-� house, Leicester-square; where the publicraay be assured of having them in theii- pure aiij genuine state.  Mr. Richard i Butler, No. 4, CheajBide, be'ijig appointed sole Wholesale *�AgeBt,- all wholesale otdcrs, both in town .-tnd country, are requested Uk beaddreseeil^to hira, who will make th^Trade the nsual allowance./''None ai-f genuine but those having a Bhick �femp, with the tiame, " The Rev. W. Barclay,"" engraved tberoon. -     '    . T.; A. PHrPPS, Agetjtto the Proprietors; ,        . :          Beirfofd-street, Covent-gardeii. DR. HOWELL'S POWDERB. X^ITifhj Epilepsies, GonviilsioHS, Histerics,- arid ; JL' 'all kinds of Fjta,; radically rufed :by D R,' HO W ELL'S POWDERS,-The efficacy of these invaluable Powders ;has, bcfiuabgijslaptly. provisd bv' a .great numlwr Of cun s 'perforijicd'on nersor^of both Sexes; and of all ages; many of whom.'had.-�elen drearjfullyatpiietcd for aJonS series of years, and,, taving taken a:varicty''Of medicines: without finding any relief, were deemed by the Faculty iibsolu^ejy in,, icurahle.  The few fojlowingxases ai:e,selected, ffbriv a-'very . flofigilijiA,C^h'ioh ttrtay lie -scni at tho Docttn^s^hdrt?w)i'an"d  r'^;i^\'^'-''''. ;        �   f    � had^ICalljn^.Fite ......... �     gestion, F Wtiestei tlve to, k>wtl6 Is giinsarfe "chs, ia Oppress! Asii tdi'nly'J^; riiiPB, . ,  , VTiecii;'. ui iiiu 2�y,"Jj;''i^'i�^�iiv.vj,>*.��?.�.*d and uniform series of our History, fro-iu the earliest recot-ds to-thc present time.   ' Printed for Richard Phillips. No. 6, Briil?.--?ti-e :�(; Rta.-k-fnars; soldby J. Arc.'iei-, Dublin; E. IJaltuur, J:,iiii.i>urgb ; Bra.sh and R'eiil, Ola-sgow : Sidlivan ami West, Cork; aaa 6. An Eiijdisii Spelling Book, 4th-Edition, enlarged. Is, od. 7i liitrodnctWn to the Eiigliah Header. 3d Edition, :>s. S. The English Reader,  .'"jlh Edition, ts. o.'Sequel to tbe Reader. Sd Edition, much enlarged, -Is. 10] The Power.of Religion on the "ftliiid.  I'Jth Edition, improved, Ss. (JiT.        '. ' cFrEGORY'S MECH.VNICS, In two large 8vo volume;, besidtsa volume cojjfiiuing Pifty-nve Quarto Plriics, IV ispiilttishifd, price 11. I6s. in boards, TrS I-: of MliGHANlCS, Tlicuvctical, 'Practiral, and Descriptive.^ By .OLINTHUS GREGOR \^ s Royal Military Academy, Woo ok 1. 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