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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N^. 4,353. TUESDAY, .;7;^F       1806, : A^AUXHALL. . Cnder the Patronage of liis Royal Iligkness the ritlNGE :     ;    . S. / nnQ-M0RHOW EVKNlNa,. July 30, will JL  I>e'" &HAND  gP� whci'e artciajuiry nmy h^nntjc, to liii ( h;irutt,-r andJ3uaUficatioils.-iJirect, No. lol, at :'1 l-;'!';ce,;  t'tiritfiijur upon the best means of realizing the out-V, iih\ iii? ]>rft>ii, iiiid to nuilie all ncrt'ssiary arranMini'nts as to. tlitMiiiplAvftjcntof^'lcssre. KcMsiuidOgilvic, and.Clerks,and (lie iiU'Jwaftcus to beraadp tu them, and oii other special '        .   " , SHAWNS and LE DLANC, Now Uridjte-^ln^et, .fulv 2b', 1805. ^.NNUl r'a-S KJiDLEMAiil^;.^ ~-TFIl'^N Tears Purcha-se^'vill be hnmi'diatcly given J_ for Annuities undeiil:ii)ly secured upon Freehold, Co-pvliiilil, nilong iriKeholj lishitcs,Avherc tlie patties have an alVoliite Interest, and on which (by. ro.ison of tiie pressure of tlic times). Motley cannot be oI)taiued upon Mort^afce. And eislit vcai-ii purchiiae will likewise he pi ven for Annuities for �sttv,\\i J/iT(.'S, secured on the like inoperty, or on Money in the i iii'.d?, where the parties iiave only a" life interest. In viihiicasa, the firantcrs will have tlie power of redeeming fhf piime.-Apply pcroonstllv, orby letter, to Mr.'Kinij, at hi.- ,'imise, 8, .tpim-btroct, Adflphi. KSSilS. M-.COATKSandCO.'Arniy Agents, 'ii.XeCif-stri'rct, Strand, hjvo several Comi�anies and Siihnlterh COMMISSIONS to JitSl^OSE 01 ro-id. .('cntlonien in-clincil.to scdl utsiy beaecommoflated with a reasonable ad-, taiice, and Military (tcntlenjcn in i^en'ral who may, have, ueresion for a temporary Loan, will liiid this a prompt and f'rtitc sorfrcfr of iircommotbition. :   To FOX-HliNTKRS. ~~~     ~ A smftular opportjmity now o!lVi-aitself to any Noldeman or (ii-nilenian or Fortune, wishing tocvmmenoc I'O.t-huiitiiig. TI11II"} I'roprietor ef one. of lite most extensive .4. luidbest coantrics, and-ofas i;ood andcomplctea Paciv of lloiuitis !Ui any in the Kinploni,'iSj-from ijl health, com-p.lh'ii to-nccline the Sports of th(V Field, and therefore takes ihii publit method of c'odeavonring to prot'Urt; a real sports- m-in, as bisiiucct^sor, to whom-he would ininiediatcly trauo-f.r the above, without any other cori/ider.ition or cnj;;igc'-iinnt thiin th.it of continuing r<'i;ularly to hunt th" country, 'w!iio!i.i.  Oatmealy &c'. laid in for till" .soas'jti, may be.taken or notj afeirfay be convenient; the ri.siaiico from tint n aboftt fifty jailp. � Letters (pos^-p.aid) directed to \. Y. 201, Strand, wUl be ininiediatcly attended to,;if sigited with real names; but no answer will'be given to personal applications, nor to any Icttii-.-.suspectedcnc(uiringfrom merf; curiosity ; nor wiH any Csiiit whatovx-r be treated witli. }'oascssion may be had iin-iiu(Uat wn tliroitehOUt the tinited jvinsdom III stone bo.tties,..ptice..Jsl fid, each; "ioUmVOmLirY an* GL.NTHY.-A most wholesome TO'IIITE-and BROWN SPRUCE BEER, in ..� T-   thehlshesttlPTfertinnj flnfl fSr cAii..f;n�<' cr;,'E'"^"�-'''if^^�..v-^..^^�r iprttlMt jfip�Bife,j i^i�re;Opjifi{bi;t rirtT ^^^Wi^^^^ I'UUCHASE OF    ' " C^"^ .n^QCJ^INGS witKCdtfron II nil M! . "HSJ fi>Uo"�thg jJnces:-Cndu s and Geii-C . tri"^^     W>� K,'A�iat|.,>,fn,l>rol��red Chl.ffl s.lil, �"> ".itoutt^nii �"<-l.d orthi 'Ml. 1 1 inl   an economical JVta!i:igeinent are.Hefri_ved,,tlifty Sbarc-the surplus Profits.  So that it may he ju"tlv.s^:ill, that tirtftir specific Sam ins�rcd,nndthp L^viiilo.i of (!miti�g�;�t FVotitsv every Member of th're liisttHjtton has the fuHtMt-Valiwj-pwr.ti-ble-for the Paymems w{iif;b,lje has nuade..        i. The Plan of this; InstiltiiimhMmpri.scs every iticKle of Insiir mncciipou Lives^'and Jn a iHi'pticuUr .manner, tt affords a Prqvisiorfiagaihsf the^�ffirmUieft.0f OH A.ft;e, Which prohtlseai .ihcafciikbleadvantages tojhc TiiHtistrlftifti fjla'sses^and thV ; iJoBWHunttVBtJftjjff^ ltwim*eT!(jaJiVr*bat;U� off-hwpfictren. of tlie Tabfe, fnat by A singU' pay niciit of 211. or by aiinnal l*ayincnts a^^ountiiig to little more tbnii a penny per day, commcnr.iiig in t'jt; Jjarly pijrt ol=>a iiKfii's litV,4lc urty be secii-red from w7int whenpastbistlaysof.l.itKr.ir.-Tlie Plan i*developed ti> the'Public uiiJer the imiivdinte rei'Siminiendation of several Lord Lieutenants of fc'.onr.tirswKid other distiiigirished Persimagci, and'from the important ad- providedwUh a coinfortiihle support, throirgh this salutary application of theJr own resources. Attendance is given drill v r.t tlie Odicc in'Soutliamp ton-street, Strand, irom 10 until L By Order of the Board, N. D; St. CROIX, Secretary. C EN ERA L POST-0 F FICE', Aug. 1, 183^. ADVERTISEMEiV'T. >Y-an Act of PaMiamcnt passed in the last Scs-? sion, to repeal so much of the Act of 3.5 fJeo. 111. Cap. .W, as related to the LICI'TICRS of SEAMEN and SOLDIERS, thefoUowing Provisions have been made inliL-ii of taojc repealed, viz. ISa single Letter sent by the Po.st, on his own private concern only, from any Seaman in his ainjesty^s N;Wy, or any Serjeant, Corporal^ Trtimpctcr, Druimner, Fifcr, .'iiid Private Siddlcr ill his Majesty's Army, within any part of itis Ma.jes-ty's Oomiiiionsbliall, a^ilstsuch S^aii-aiior Sol.liersihali be einploycd on bisMajesty's Service, ^inul not otliejwise, be cliarged with a hlg!i�r rat.^ of Poitage thnn the. snjft.bf One Penny for the coiiveyaucc of each sncli Lcjttr:snc!i Postage to hepaidat the tune of puttingtliesame intfn'iir Post-Otlice oftheTown or Place from-wlieiice saeli Ltfvr isij.rtrndod to be sent by the Post, provided that upon every >uch Letter so to"be sent, the >anie of the Writer, aiid iiis class or description in'the Shi^} or VesseL llegiment, (^urps, or Oet.'ichment to which he shall helong, 'slniU be sup!m',?rnb-ed, and provided that npoii every sncU I^'tter there shullhe written in the Hand-writing of, and signed by, t!ie 0!heer . hiving at the time the command of tlie Ship or'Vessel-, Uegi-mcnl. Corps or Detachment, rhis Is'ame, and the Name "of  the Kegiment, Corps, or^Detachment couimundedby him. JJo single Lett<.-, directed to any such Seaman, or Soldier* upon his'ttwu private concern only, within any part of his Majesty's doniinioa;, whilst such" Seaman or soldier-.shall be employed on his Majesty's Service and not other<�is�', shall be charged with a higher rate of postage than one penny, provided that such pemiy be paid upon putting the letti t yicTif. Allinc.^ Tllfi Commmmiit-sjor FicluaUiiig.Jiis Majes. ty\ SnmjUo.heref'!/ give Svthe, ilM (/a'WeduciMlay �tin. 3d oj Sapld)n'/ iii-td J'fdm Hint lo lime rti ihmdrtde:'. into the I'i.-lUdUiir^ .itiireH ill Ihiil/nid, I'uilsinoulhi'ljiHuiilli, iind C,oi:k, itl tlic Ciiiitiir./iu-t e..,(ii-i /f^iix Miintlin/inni l.'w ivjieclive -pv'i'iitds of dchcfeij; and li) b'.' fiuiiCJ'ui' bij lillii p.atfubVey Ktih "Jnltieil., nihi'lij ditj.iiij'le.r ilulc. .   ^ I'ne- ciindiliitnn oj the Cuiit, aet.i mill/ he seen all.'ie SevrcUinj'.i (J/fwcniid lit t/ih'Ol/Ucif m-jluj (/y//>/ytiijf li> i\>r. .)o!ia VVil-Uiims, OiinsttrnillK,\.ii(enl ttii- Ihn P'tclnuLliuf; nl Cuil:. L^ih regard mill be had to i'liij Tcn.Ur in t\!:ik/t ilie j'nce shall not be iiuierleii InUctteth at tjujli, orlliiit sJiall nni it drlimireit' iu teeJiij^rilivfiire ^f7ia'%>'('! airij do hci-ebj giuc ]\-utive, thai'uw Monday . niu-tf tfiu At/i of Ani^xKt, t/iej u^ili be rii/tdij iu rervire Tenders �ii(U3rilin^(Heul-'tliti)],imd trial, for isili. TitOiJ.SA.VU i{A(5S of U1SCU11', aitl fyr TWO 'f IlOL'S.V.X U SACKS of BlSCt'lT srUFF, to b;- made from Svh..^e Mealy to te liciii'ere.d tn thr.'i weeks bi) uealx'li/- proportion's,ml0 Hii -M-iJati/s t'icdialliiii; Htuntiitl Ihptfiird ; iiiUlio iep:udJar bi) Jiillspajjuhle, wit/i inltre-il, !iin.:tj dnj/.sajterditt>-. i\.tl. J^o Tender for illdis t/iitinfi! i) i/ia!l Tii'r.e If�ndre:d liiu^aoj Jitscinl, itr Tuo ��Hundred Suck* of Miiili. ii'tU be tid- The CdiidUiuas of flic Cuiitriicti maj/ be seen althe Sccrclary's Ojih-e.           . ^ � 'No regnrdwltlba/ind to any Tender in lulik/i the Price sfutll no! be in-ierled in KOrdi at teiif;tli'i or flint shall t\iil lie de.liiKrid to the Hoard beforbOne vUHiicIc on the siiid .Mo.ti.luy nejt, the. Hit u/Angiiit, nor wtles.i liie /jersjii k'Iio inai^ei, Hif- Tender, or sonw person on his''buhii!j,.alten-^, lo an^uer when called for. './As PRESElVt STA'fi; OF EFROPl, --       ........- r-  -.........,.'PPC. fying on the superscription thereof, the name of the Ship or Vessel, Regiment, Corps, or Detachment to which he shall belong, and provided that it shall not be lawful for the Dcijuty Postmaster to deliversach letter to any p�rpOji, oxr ccprtlie Soamanor Soldier towhom it shall be directed, or to some person appointed U> receive the sfime, by writing, under the h.and ot the Ollicer having the command of the ship or vcs'scl, regiment, corps, or detachment to which the Sc.'unan or Soldierjfb;iil belong. .       Nothing in these instructions lato be construed to extend to 1 .'tters sent to or by CommissioTied or Warrant t)tlicers, Mid-slnpiiien, or Masters' Mates in the Navy ; or to letters sent by or to (,onimissioiied or Warrant Othcers in the .Army. Any person having the (command of the ship� vessel, regiment, corps, or detachment, who is authorised to make his endorsement in the iimnner before specihed on the letters of the Seamen or Soliliers under his coininainl, will be liable for every ollence to forteit and pay the siim ot Five Poundsj it he sliall wiltiillvaiid knowingly write hi!*>iameonany such letter, that is not trom such treaman or Soldier on his private concerns oidv. And any person not having at the time the command of the ship, regiment, corpsj or detachment, who shall write bis >iime upon aiivsuch letter, in order that the same be sent at alowor rate of postage than by law established, shall be liable to foricit and pay the sum o�f Five. Pounds. And any person who shall knowingly and designedly ad-drp.ss a letter to any Seaman or SoldierT which sliall be intended fw any other person, and which shall be concerning i\\o aflairs of another person, with intent to evade the payment of the rate of postage by law estabUshed, everv such pijrsoii so oflendmg will, for every ollence, be liable to forteit and pay the sum ot Five Pounds.- Audit any persunsballprocure any Seaman orSolcUerto obtain thiTSignature ol his Coiiinianding Officer, to aiiv letter toi beseirt by the Post, wbich sjiallnot be on. the private concerns of such Seaman or Soldier; or it any Seaman or Soldier sHall himself Dbtain the Signature of hisComraan^ing Ofliccriiiion any letter which shallnot be trom himself, on his own private, concerns'Only; in order to avoid the payment .of the rates ot I'ostoge. by'.Law estaWlshcd,' each and every . person so oflcDding will, tor ever^ ollfcnfce, be liable to forfiiit, and pay trie sum of Five Poarids; ,.; , One moiety of the several penaUlcs find forfeitures arc for tlic use ot hisMaiesty, and the other uioiety to the-person who sbnll infonii, and they mav be recovered before any one or more of the Justices of the Peaccl forithe Cousty,.Cify, orulacc where thft.pBen(:eshan^e committed; and, default of payntentjsuch o^ciidcrs arc tO'be.committed .to the .House of Correction.for any space ndtextecdiiig one ipanth, or till the penalty shall be sooncriiaui. . " J3y Gommand ot his Maji^ty^ Postntastcr-General; IKANC'IS FRIiELlNG, Secretary. DL Vm'H OF MONEY. IT Is siri iriliTersiiUy. felt i fan* tliat MONEY on 10AN, l6 almost'bccoHJf!ftinattftinable I The Jl'api?rs,v ladcii^; still unceasingly tucinwith^ oilers,' but (saving one or .two) ttieyare oW-a;kn)y4:.of:. pficuniary quackery, Jioldmg forth Infallible accomraodatioD^ yet,on the trialj heighten-Hig the disease,' by tcdioi<^ treatyMiuuriouj exposure, spe-, Cioiia psactioi); 4Ad.'finsl.di^p0}tt|u^entr From this (bui too'.m�t) accn!)atioo, Mr, Hi JACKSON-clalms entneexi : erontioni  3'kc cxttqit.aQd'.opulencoof :his conqectiujis (tbe disnilguibHcd meed, (if vex'te tnapy yeaCs uninipeacbablc pro-:fcsMi)t(alj)rac.tice)cnablcllnti; an lilthofto, to MKOiATU the Joivji of, frtfift ljut 'iQOlijlip to,'2Q,t)0M. or more, by Reilcem-i ^iblc' Annuity, and tUtf Interest alon^ required to bo secured iipou Laiidi llojiarj,' the I'mndSj JStittlements, Jointure^^' Crunch Preferments, and otUcp l/iffc Incomes: But fkoiu people oC rank or.htghifespectability, nothing more thao J inervly personal security is ileiured.   In every nejgociiition  Confided to iMri. JacUso'n, Diid wjiieh he undertakt��; Usqc* comi)llshm  �. v . ^     .    . ^ ;   > ,1 Post pftid letter*, iwt anonymous,' addressed (a.s Tor soin? years past) to Mr. {I. JaOkaiJli, M> belef(�t ithe' N^'ft- CUKpJ ter CVill'ec-hoitqe, l)ukes-cbul-t,,Luiig^u(;i'ejrif trom tbcCouit^ try, will coimntuid tin iminediute answer; and if liv Londo;i, � oonlidential apptHntracnt at the Autligr's.hou8c,.thcwWcst' Lnil u) the Town. , , - . . ARMY CONTKACTS: v Coimnlssary-fjei.eial's Office, Great Gcorgo slreet,/A,th July, 180.1.-   � NO'VIVjV, is hi>-rcl)jf irivcn to. ail Persans dcsi-ruii.i of Covlracliiig l.o:.,ijw>^ VQllXCAl, i:i::. OATS,, HAY, and STRAW to Jfls Majesty".s Cavalry in Barraeivs 111 ;he Counties of Lancaster, York-'and North-ami)t 0i\-ebeti<.'e.en\tielioarsof'.lxHandl'oHi:\      . For BILIOUS and <�ther COMPLAINTS of the SXO-v MACM, (ic. � OKIENTAL VEtili'lABLE CORDIAL, ^ By his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent. rF^he Siilubrioiifi Po^v-cr3 of this CORDIAL have JL been long and univei-iaU y ackoo wljjdged by the testimony of tliousnnds. Itis a pleasant, Siite, .tiid (riieetaiil remedy in Bilious disorder.'-, excruciating pain or spasm of the stomach and bo weld, sickness, vomiting, llatulence,tTiiditie�, aiiducidd.v. Itgreatlv increases tlie appetite, pvomofes di-gciition, aiid fortitics t)ie stomach anil bowels. Infai itiiig, Uuvness. of spirits, nervous and hysterical atrophy, it is highly beaelicial, bybr.ieiiig the nerves, cherishing the aiiima'l 'Spirits, and giving vigour to tliesys'tem. 'J'u these qualities must be attributed its having proved serviceable in rhejinalic cases; and in attacks of the Gout it has freed the p.itieiit, w hen eyery etfort of the Faculty had been tried in vain. It has alio recentVv been tomid to posses'* the e.vccllent virtue ot preventing sea-sickness. - '1 he Cordial�� sold m its greatest purity by thn Patentee's ' Agents, Shaw and Edwards, b^s'Saiiit Paul's .CInu'cii-viiril, London, III bottles of js. Ud.-and ^bs. each ; and one re-put/ible shop-keeper 111 almost every town m Ore it Britain anil Ireland. .. .. . ' �� �_______ C I'RETir S\0\^ AM)'&RAVEI . R. PKllRV, Surgeon, Soiithatnptofi-street, - Bloomsbury-square, Proprietor of ADA.MS's SOL-. VENT, aniild, yet elhcacious.t mvot Stoncvaiid Mravcl in the Bladder and Kidneys, acqmiints the. Public f.inl he now devotes bis whole profMsiftnal attention to the above Djs-eases,and their complication with fioiit. lie may be co;i-sultitd daily at  d. ys. and li. 2s; Stamps lueluded, two ot winch last scarcely ever fail to correct the caleul;Jiis diathesis in the habit, and thurebv prevent the concretion ot Stoae mper.^oiis of a sedentarv life. , Sold also at Bacon and Co.'s, 1.10, Oxfor^l-stieit.: and at Bolt tcliange ; where al^ii may be had, just published, the Author s Disquisition of the Stone anti uravel," f^th Edit, price Is. hd. pointing out tbeir canse,uiid the diet to heobserved nurin? the cure; witli many extraordinary Cases, some of perfect recovery even after the operatimi batUieea resolved on.' ..     This Day wiis published, ni Two Volumes Octavo; illus'-trated With a new and accurat(!Map, .iTontispieces, and several favourite Welsh Airs, pVice I(. Is. boards. li^OUTil WAL1]S ;  including its Sccneiy,, J.^ Antiquities, Custmns, and some Sketches of its Nntariir History; delineated trom two Ivxeiirsioiis through all the; interesting parts of that (jountry, during, the summers of 1798 and 1801. By the Rev; AV. BINGLEY, A. M. Fellow of the Linnean Society, and late of Peterkouse, Cambridge. �       . Printad for Longman; Hmst, Rees, and Orme, Pater- nostcr-row; . "W'c have no hesitation in declaring that these V.olnmes deserve to be ranked among the best pertortnantes of the kind.).'iior will anv one hereatter"act:wisely, who should visit North'Wales,.Withoutmaking ihejn liiscompauion;-*-British Crlticj September, ItHlO; - This Day Is published, in royal 8vo. price Ips..dedicated' Thisd,-iy i.^iiuhli^hwl, b/,Sir. Peltier, ^o. 18. WanvicJ:- F.-stjTPt, Golden-iqu^re, in oiie vol. 8vi). price (�, RAGAfENTS upon the STATE of EUROPE^ ' andtiic POLITICAL BALA.VCE, from the Treaty Luiie'/illc the' renewal of reaty ilostilifh's. and after the This day v,.�i.s puMisfiej; the T'li i;ditiyp', willi a(l.iiti(�n, ot AJiKVIHW of tho CO.N'DUCT of Ifjs ItovaL Highiii'i.s ti:e PRINCE EN, E�j. JJijrristcr. iRHcIiusistjii3deUeioii>., qmkiu     mc^rtum. L9tidon: pPi!intedTor Ci mid R Brldge.  tH� Nalm-e nmli OnllinJtflf PfcRepiptivc "filtls^lJx�H�ut^pn^, anl'Modjusqs. 'Anirthe'ad Book bontalns tticVarloa^ MoUfiti of pursutn^ ahd dfftjodluK f/:ith>'CatBH of evuryiloiiUmiitattoii, irt,�l�(� iSnhi-J^i"' :i;' or, Transactions ot the Society rii-.iitr'to;l ii trand. Ot �shoinijiay be had some of the prcet'diitqf V olames. This day is published, haud-tiini'ly Printed in Two large Vinhimes, Octavo, .prire,(a b.o-Ardi los. N HISTORICAL VliONV of tfic RISE and PROtjRESS of IN FIDELITY, with a- Refutation of its Principles and Reasaiiiius; in a Series of Sermons, preached fur the Le;;iuri: toanded by tha Honourable itobert BOyle, Esq;.in the Parish Church of St.^Ury Ic Bowj from the Vciir 180^2 te the Year'1S05.- By WILLIAM VAN.MJLDERf. ij. A. Rector of St; iVIiiry le BtjVfr LwiUon.-� �'-�>'' IH-inted for'the Auih;!r,   . And sold by F. C. and J. Itivim^t^.i, St.. Paul's Chuvcli-yard4 * nite, I-leel-strectt Hateh'urd, Piccidilly; CooSie,-Oxford; andOightO!i,Cambrid.'Ce.- A- �. Thiti Day are published, price 0'=. fad. 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