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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N?. 4,571. AUXirALL.-Uiulor Ihc Patrpnaire of Iiis , .    Kuvili nigrinp^s llie I'riice of  V.'aU-'s.-TO-MORROW will lie ^ (JR.VN I) (JAI.A and Brilliant KxliiMiior! W f'')l?K>VO.'{lxS.-Atl!i)isgii>n3. J AiAii;S,    "i'OHTAbLiv    iJi^SK-iVlAl'TETl "ami JMWEI.LKll io tlieir PiO;val Wirjiiicssos the f mESDAY, A17GVST       1806. 11 I U liioni i    'f v PiM o   feifit lie 11     liK  V u ct\ I   ilni- I 1 I 1^   V   ^li i\i li; t 01 I ( 1 b It 1 rii       wil i -i,-,-:,,if j ^vl^.h to cniiHist of from 1 acci's of J.aiul^ and a . .li:. On.' ! .'(in.lrcd fi 'f wu J; uli ti I tl    olin Imilt UVrx ' 1 I'Mi-HOUSr, oriiii d Minu-c'.i'v.iiDVi, wit� Buitdhk timnoru- tutict-s, r.t for;) lavfTC 'iMiiiilv or ri'spectabilitv, with cD.'icli-lumsc. and pood sta* � Ijlinvfiirjit li-a.'i oiirlitor Icii hon'.t, within t:i(( distaiTccat  i". Mi;iv he.irot.a purchaser 1'  Rii>lpa(>i>oiiitiiiij aimitcE^fw. s;Ji' iMii.lv; '       ^ �     ~~~~ MANSION     fine IiL-arui^ s^tate ; orchard, ^.tnt-hous'S  ir.c'loii, arA cuc'.!inlH'�-!>Tnuad; � dovc-tinusc well stoc.;;t'. : Jawii ol ;0 cores rri'Jlv ie.:j (if rcquii-r-d) ot rich pasti'.ie ; three iil.'\.\Oii'..s in a hieh ,siatiM)t oresor-vation, abomuiiii>f with t-'.T.iw, all adioiiiiii."', coiiiauiiug wvoral thortMiiiii acres, wiili ckumisiv.: woofU anJ covers, jiiopt rwivemeiitlY i!;tuat;.'(! tor presfrvinsr t!:e Rdnio. keeper a lum.sc. (Vc.: a liiarket aqd post towii-wicain iuur i:;:!':*, and �tviK 01 tlio.moii principal towns m tac ceuntv withnrlo. i'oi: inrtlicr ^Kiriiculars inouuHt at No..;,!, in Ncv,- IJond-street; orot ivhisrs. Chiiiery and Sp.ir::e, DV !f(iei-o (post--.paid), I5iirv ht. I.oiniwds.-Possession n,:ty oe haa at an earlv period, i; IftLuired. f ,:i(!io-s ;in(i (rrink;mcn rxpt'-ii!conve;iicnc-*;i;r want whose hif^'iii n / ri'iiee v?rv u:'"eai. peeuiil cl know in,.'some r;;:i!t;Ctal)lerhanneV fn!-iJU2;il wtiostvnicaium tUf-v raav he jii'rmuiawiatt'd wita. ttniirorarv or perniaitHnt hij.MS or M  I i-^ ii Ko It th� \ rait P ink. No , Sii o'k. uit, ( i lu'-tro r pv ttulK i i ( rm (li Nobil, tvaiid(icidrv. in poisistnoa ot iiicomi-i aris-ir;; tram Irce-hiul, ( ojiviioid. or Le.'iseaola .tv:-falrs.,. i:i I.'iiiu or iioai-cs. J>ioiicv iii t;ie ! iiiii'?'. Rent Chacses-j .�fr.>i i i;:'." Setil."nien{s, idow Kecnistiires, Annuitio:-, t*af(wt i'lncas, f �.iiirea Liv-�VK', or.niiv cortam Income for laie, itiavhe .supplied ivith : iv.iiii (11 AJor-.ev to any amount, bv p-ivins: au u(ie r(';0n-ifrv. u   .. irii'l,. ininieoiatel v an.^weved. I ">?) i ;i, ivj., 1 .1 ana ^iii.;n     j'n No. t, (ornriill, aad jso. i'. (..(liinng-troi-s, London. ^Ti Ka.SH re.s[u.'.:tAiliv ;U:q;!an)t9      PuW.'C, that .iL � (aeprc5ei;t J.oirery eoidaias me fewest itf tots ever knosvu la a l.oitej-vv and tii� nw.'-rc.-.p'.tjl tTizes.  i 1   I \  ill, jj   IVi/ , f^    i \ t ninnk, t id the i,.\hT IO,OCK)'-.Prize, ever ^U:.^ed, were all f;il;l at tile alinvft (>;iuef:: "Vvlierc 1 lei-'i't". .^a.iris. .Mia Liu.aces, are se!ii;i.'r id sreal variety, and iviiereaH oii(.-,i;:adi:u; x'lizcs are {lavina: m i'lll, without jinv ardui:tioii. fr-j- |>er-iniu latiie Muntry mav be snnplied� bv sending:: tlieir order.'-, post or carnage paid,. neei>uip.inicd witli pood hdii-, [jiUiK no(c.=. c.-ish, or i'o>l-nlliC'' ovm is. Ihe Lottery bv!-ICS l:ttU t'>rti>bM- rc'M. AiT)iU',cTyTitar.l'iTi/.y.>~ ~   ~~ And I'lve Thousand les.s J lek'�> than list ,^tnte Lottery. Ih{> l-n-Jt-dr.nvn I iikel eiituled to  � I !o S.Will l-avc pn .1 i'r>/,ej-, I 111 rt   , fdie. .-icheiae Alt ot.i'n-CiijHia) rru'eri .ar ]pi 'IC.l \xi '1^ Ol Ti('uts ml die Ooportuiilty of obiainin^- all the ( piDvi'.ied thev, pureliasc belore t;i ,.)0;)., /.. : � .'�,��;)., i,)v;l. ;)�,>�,).. Ji>:?., ....   .   aL, TIlL- &o. of I'rize a...., 2,).... 4) I Totnl Value � 1   "   )) 20,00:).   �  . � .. .,.,^,...... 1 jckets and Snares are on Siile at all the Lottery Orijces. Tieliet................,...lj.]9 16  0 ............ 10 2 01 Lightli.......,.....2 11 ^"��irtw......-----'.. T)  2 0 I Sivteenth......... I   6 ,VICrUALLi:,(i-OFl-ICE, Aug..!;), 18oa. I^W^IIFj Corimimoiiers for VktuaUiitg Jlix Ma- JL Jesly'x'Saoii do hrrchy i>iii& iSvtke, thai oul'ltiii^day {he "iUl in.it l;t'.ep (.'ii'idiiiid sniiiid /or t/Le.H7iace of >\t.c .iloiil:. iroiiLt/ir. n:spi-i-tii:e pertiida ol deliiicn/: and to lie paid jor bij liilh liaijidne, wiCh Jnl'TLiil. iioii-ly dnysa/ler date. J III' rijiidifiDiiH iift/ir Coitfraet.i mat) he m.n at t/ie Sce.reluri-] n Olli'vi:. ,j,id nl. ttiisOijin:: iii-. bij aii/ili/iiii' to Mr. .loan \v'il-l>iiitslereil!e,,"ji',  I'lii / 'Vy.ndcr-in xhieh Iks:i'l'h-e shall i i I ii d 11 �, bl RllisUllil ( ,(M i ill,,  at I s liaiii, A', nci b t nii'lMl for iiiii'.r/ediilUiird.'i itt li:iv^t!i, nyih.lt shall 'lot (Ulirerrd �� liii.ird'bepire One ii'l'/ii'i: i'.'u the i:ahl Wednesday//ic, Uiiiher n-:.i.l, me iin:.:.ss fiie I'er.soii leiio inake.i l/ie Jeii-(ir siiDu: i'L'i'-ieii  :ae A'.'hec. liuil (he (.&miiiittee mil be rcadi) i-feuL  VS( lOll-vandO cVP-' \LS, �   CANVASS,     ' �� � � COIM'L*!, Pi'J-Cil ai.d TAR-. SHOT and SIM'.LLS, -  � nVl J      I II 0 Jndiliat thtCimdtt.i!inr,ol :-.e Coi\ira.in jfini/ be seen iipnn ajiplHiiliun i!) iilr. Jaiaea C(�;i!:an, t:u:,-k bi ine smd Uamniil--tit\icit:i Kiii-iui. the i'l-opiisuitiiiust he ieli-ve:-ii-e, li:'i:fre 0 (. lucic at ^iiii'ii on the said -2{)t!i .Aimiis the- Ltiinmiaee Kill mil lecciee nin/Jende TO THE FASHiO.NASJLE WOPvL,!). ACAU-TION.-iThc ^rt-at; rcpqtatiqr^; the GE-NUINE.1^Ah^T)ANi.VS0Ai' has acquiredlor Rivm.f; the tnoBi exq\iisite. delicacy of testurc and jiicojicciv.iiil--fairness to the. Hands, which, are constantly wastitd wit.i, tins Snap, has induced a minibcr of unprincipled Shop-keepers tft s o<;Tl1on, and dapgeious to l)*j, i!ppetide n.-Sold by M'r.i. "Withers (at ihfe only AVare-noiise lor Drv Morris's ]''ever Drops), Strand ; Sini-^lons, Canterbury : Plucknell, Jtocliester; V/arren, ]Nl;u-Jiie; >Valdvon, Ilotwells,. Hristol; CJrcgsons,Liverpool; iru;:>rde, Aberdeen ; and most Perfumers and Medicine I riiiier-!.. Price.Is. each. Cake. ,   � . .-.v " lurblLlObS aiulotiier. 0Oi\H'LAINTS of the Sro--  ' v   MA CD, iSrc. ORIENTAL VKtiETABIiECQHpFAL, 3Sv Ills Majesty's Royal Letters I*att:iit. ^ynV. Sdlubiioiis a-owen of tl�i&CORDI \L ha\a M-.bcea long and umversaUy ^ckiio\vlefl!!,e(l by the testi-"^ . "iiy vt th�u!aiids.  U Is a pleasant, sate; iiniS ellcctual re-'i I'dy in Rilioii.^ diaofdei-v, t�xerrteiating pain  i storAkh md tM>iP.ls   In runtint, �"v, it-sH of �i\>irils, nervOiiSiind hysttricalatronhy, it is liiftlily i' ' 'ml, Vy biricn% tilt* m rvLS, ^htiishiiig tl "  itiinlM \"iitS; .in (t its haviuciiiovcil BferyVce.t.lilt! In rheumatic 'ii'fiVmHUn aitiicks  d the pntienji. ;''i>ii I'vwy olVortwT the Faculty h.id Jiueirtrie4iiivii.ii).   It '�iHo rtjCentlv been tliund to posKcs* llio e.vcvJlent virtue <�f !i"i'Vc.ntin!;!ft;a-sicluics�.   � . I lie'C^)i U,.,8alnt; V<"il��^*�"�'ch-.vin-d; ' "'Mi';ii, in b(iU!e8 of fta; lid. and %i, each ; iiilidv one le-t'liable shop.krt'urtin almost cverjliiwinn Slcat Jintaul '^ IrelaiuL ... II    \1   i \(  0( I 10.    Vu�-ii t IS ri^TIh Onimiuti.Moner.t for i'lctuaiung Ihs jfa- m- ja^lil s .\ :-i:':l. Inij ivitl be ixudij ti> eeixn'c leiidfrs in K itni I I t d I I! in I It J n^O ifK)uS\ SACivS of HtSt'Uli KilM'r, maiie irom \vnote iMca!; io ii'i deUee:\-it ii: (hre^ Ttc-.*.'.v. t/ijKee:;!:/.prvporliiiw,. inio ihi Maifst'i s i tiiinirini'- .ilim!^ m- .j.yeplfnrd; ami to bi: uaidjuv bij ii.lis paiiaC'-eitVii I iiiUi-eil. htneti/dai/s alUi-dalf. � fiif, fjonditt^.ui Hi i.aiuriici, luinj.he seen at the >,cere-lM,-:is Pliicc. ,   .    �   ,     '       � .^0 rpi;ur:;'ietii-ue �mii lo am/ lender iilivhicii. the przce shall mil iif. iiiT'enni >v liDr.vv at tiiii'l/u or taut anaU not: 'le i/c-/   It I tl   III    i I I   e If       (.11    I til   aid Mon- d.iY, the. Tender,:, 'h I f un'iu the. person Who m n e, b 'fa rieiibiT.iulv :ierli,:e.l. Jn or.ier. liowever. to ni ft fv>\-y -.1 u>ire;ein e.i5i!(ini.-enev, annti^ ilie e:irlv'pei lod of tiie in-^r.u.utl Ji!. il i-tind nas been advi'.vicei;. m adaitioii to its natural residree^.i la t w;iv at once not e;'i(pe'isive to the Members, a;\fl exp. ii.-.^'e Ar i.ae coahuenre of those, wlio direct its i he fIi,M'ie.'.'iii?hinfi; Dvinciple ofthe London Life Association i.-i; t.iat tne pr.iats arising from it.� trans;ici!OiiS sh.ill be ui-viJea aivi^injjiti ftieinorra Oiilv, (liirin.: tii.-ir own lives. (..or.vineedof the plstnessot me priecip^les anwnich t-ie Society i.� i'mailed, the Uireetors.of the Loiidnn Lite As.-^ocia-tion p.'>nfideiitlv olii-r tiieir pkmto a disc-rr:iM�; piione, as affording t'leinciins oft etlecfitig the important niiiect of Lilv As>nranre.at the least personal expence possible to the. Assured- ..Shari.'ig with evrr / Memner a perfect c.-mimuni^ tvot interest, the siuirition ot the directors will aliord the best,gU!irinteeL)r the ucmost .ittentio.i to prudenc-' awd ceo-noniv in mannfenieiit; and tfieir e.iperience already pistilies them In conclit'Iin^ that th;* oiiblic will avail tiic.vis Ives o.v-teiisVvicIv ot Vi;" "'Ivantliies aitiirdrd I)V tne Institution. Every description oi Lite As:,iiraiic;'-is i.M^si.cted by this Society, andlib 'r.-ilLllowances are in-.iiletoi:iosc.wb�, in the cap.icity oi Af;enfs, open.l'olicics at tlieir (;lhce* I'lna^s and I'ables pt Rates oi this Institution may b � had at theOlficp No. -IP. HI. Paul s Ciiiirch-yard between tlie htturs ottcH and tour. JUNIUS ^ 1 I UJPRS Thie day is published, in Iwo elegant VoluVncs, small SvOv piHbeUished with heautilul Portraits, by Curoliue Watson; pvire 1*. inbwards,- A COMPLHTI and AUnir\TrC EDITION il. of the t I n Bit VrfD LLIirRS of /UNiUti, ton^ainiiii'rmnch additional .Matter; and niilch Inijrmatiofi, �ot to be found in any Otlicr Edition. Amoiig the Additions are; J. lihe various Letters t() whicli Junius replied. '2. Copiou? lUustrntive Aotes, historical and' birtgntphicalj and;). An Enquil'v relative to the Author of these papers) in \vhiclv tlic preten.slons gf ..yat'ioijs supposed \f riter* are critically examined, and the name IR the rea Aii-thar ascertained. .       . ,         ;     ,  � By TOltN AIMON, Adthorof the tivcsorthcl';aTloK;h;lthain,ai}a John Wilkes, of Anecdotes, 11 istorlcal and Diographic^li &c. &c. No bersbn can doubt the superior iKeieniioiis of Mr. Al-hiortlogivc to the world An illustrated and classical Edition of Ih'vfumons Letters ot Junius; a task tor which he has al-' wnva 1il!cn utknOwlt'dgecTtw be better qtmliliiPd than any dther Coiitcrtiporarv ot that distinguished ^yritcr.. 1 his Edition clainifij therefore, the decidtd Preference ottlie Public; as the. last -Wmk iif the veteran Editori who ,ivna .intimately t-qn-iiecteil with the most eminent Pulitical Characters of the period in ^yhich Junius wrotej and alsd as being the com-pletestjtHe cheajicst; and the most elegant Edition extant; Printed for KicHard Pliillips,v Jsrldge^Btrcet; Ulacktriais ; and to be had of all .Bi}oksellei-s and Ucatcrs^i) J^ooks; N- IL AmoiiiJthc JsngraVings are, a PortJ'iut of the Author �f these LQttersiamla fac si�iile ot Ins genuiiio liand-writii'!!, in contrast to the feigijcdbaud under w hielt he cOtteii lioiult'd wiUi his PniKlsr. , This day is jnibli.ihed, for the Ecimlit of fhu WidAivs and Orpli-iiisof the Cl..!/-^y of tlio, Arc!ideae;airy of Kascx, Jtrice Is. iid. " , .    ' ri'>WlSIl PllOPHRCYi Iho sole criterion to distinguish belfropiigenuinoand jpuribii.M^/JR.-lKTl A.N .SCRlPTUUE;oranattempt to remove the grand obstacles tii the conveisioil of Jews and Deists. A Discoiiise preached before tlie Uev. Dr. Willi.^tm (Jretton;at his visitation at O.lntniry oii 'i'lie^dav liie Slh ,(�!y, Il-ia;i. .  . y.v FRANCIS STON'J-;-, M. A. !'. S. A. , . R ' .Eiisliind e.vpects tiiatevery mm wiil dobi^dutv. ' ',   London : Sold l)y J. IJoolh, i)nke-,-!lreet, Portlaiiil-pLieev I   \M , iii (lit Kinsdom  Till^ Wu^VNCM'R, This Day is publislied, eleirtmtly printed in stiia,ll Octavo, . ' , , i\ W'lih !i. {'ronfispieee, price-is. board.s rTpiirMiiAA'^..i 11; Of, iNV\\ MA\ of rpj l.   Printed tor James Cuadco, Ivy-lane, and M. .Tones, Piiter-nobter-iow, London. �   .�, �     , GAME LAWS.:        . ' This Dn.v IK published, ina I'oeket Size,price Is. (5d. r|^I]P, GAAri'i LA"VV;>; beiiic: a comprehensive Jft a.'id tainiliar Treatise upon tliat Sub)ert; coiiipii-.iii .nd Antluivilv of a (^ame-keeper: the mole of reeoveriii^ - PcnaU ICS under the. Ciame Laws: the Laiv conceravns,' i res-pass in the pursuit, oi (.lame; and tlu- (reaeraLLaw relating, to Oops.   I'ihti VditioM, corrected aiiJ eidarijed. Lon(lo:i: pnii'.cii tor ^^. .Cl4riC ana Soji.^, Eoriu.'^al-street, Lincoln s fn'i.      ., ~ LAW OF TITHES.  : Tins Day is published, in iivo. the third Edition irai)ruvcd, price [if. sewed, rpjir LAWS resDCLtiii.; TmirS. compn 'np; all the Cases airl Sri,t;it� on the subfect ot f.tiies �wheth"rirreat or small; personal..l)redi.iL or mixel, pyr-ticiiLirlv bv and to whom Jitae-- are pavahie, how tliev are to beset out and how to bdTec'.ivcrc.rt'When witiviicUL IiKe->vise ot the discharjre of Iitlies bv Conipo'Jition, iModu.saiid other mc-ins Aiui ^^ 1 ta i   mil ^^reem nu> �y iteming' T'itlies. toirellier ^v^th all (tllier niilters necessary tor th'.> iii-tormution'Ot Clel;pvnw^n, Farmers ami Cttntitry .Solicitors. Bv JAMI-S BAHRV. BIRD, Esq. London: jirftitcd LirA.y. Clarkeand.SOiis, Portugal-street, Lincoln s- Inn. . Oi wham mav-be hrd, the T/AWS respecting COMMON S ani COivl'MONLRS. privftrfc.-The l,u\vs reepecti'iit tji.^li-waysand 1 unipike iloails, mice as.-Ihe Laws of rravellcrs - and Trn.vellnifr. ,    --t j.he above^iouf publications, lorin!n,T tlie seconil-andlast volume of t:ie LVVv SELliClTO.NS, may be had bv those , who lake t;^,ctn together, done �p m a conveincnt volume, pric-- Us. inboar.U-, orl-'?. bd.hound.. Ot -whom also mav be had, v.jL 1, contanunc the Lawsof Laii;Mord anaTeivnaiit.-rijjjL'i.w ot WUis and i estameiiUa, Th."    w of I'^irisfi Matteti, and the Law of. Klastere aiid tf.TvaUts attnes.aitlaprice... JTI   FVIOiFR S \I VGAZIM This day is pu:;.islied, neatly nrinted in bv ls, (.r'le.r, lluihaiidrv, i.'�;c. �'vc. in Creat britain, tor thesL- last three montiiS.   l^iblisni-d quarterly. i:.linliun'.h : Printed for Areli. Constable ae.d Co. Edin-bnr-'h ; and JohiijiMnrrav.;')-', J'leet-street, London: and to \}!' iiadof the principal liooksellers in Ine United Kingdom. Ot wliom nviv !)e had. The Farmers l\ia8;aziiie. tn.mi its comineiiCL-ment. beiri?; for t'.ie vciirs if^'Vl, i^M, ll>il-', IBOt, !F.;M,,te\"), Six Vii-. hi'U's.   l-rrce 2/. lis. Ill .Nuiiilieis, and 'i.'. lis. neatly done lip.lii boan'S. Oi-d V oLuncs and Niiin:)ers may be hud separate. 1 Ills <\;i- Pir ,liinl iti lo\\n,\ 11 i cs, i lU Piv.-rs. ufoimtains. Valtev!-. ivc. orthat Iviiitjloin. ithaii Ac'-onnt ot the Politicil Co.istitntioii, Jliator,', Exti;nt, Boandaries, State ot .'V^rical.lur-", Popab-.tion^ N';itarivl His-t<)i--j,,-Bu!L!i-'igs, Seats ot tiie Nobditv and Gentrv, Icoads, ^.c. tVe. . Edinburgh : Printed for Areliibnl ConstaTdc, and Co; Edin-barj;!i ;and Joiin Ahirrav. Loi-.don. Li the present Ldiiioii oi in." (iaz"tteer ef Scotland, the Piii)li�hers have been anxious to iiiciiiilc ev-ry thiii!; rj-lati'i!''totbat ctnlat!d is-in-clud�''i, t'l v/hich Its extent, soil, nio.ie of c.ul^ive.tiiin. and ni imifacMires, are noiKted. A Description ot every remarkable Natund Curuisitv,-and every ivinains or .'vntiomtv, is given in tae Acconnt (it tne i)utrieij m whieli iliev are situated ; the priacinal Seats of the i'roprietois are remrirked ; as afealso tho Birth-plaees of ciniiieiil men. To the vo-Tuin-isappen-Lul a Ci)rr>>ct lahlc of th> Pnicn.nl Roads; �and prefixed is ageneral Introduction. The Publishers trust that ihiiugii from its torm, the tjazetteer ot seulland is not susceptible of mneii einbellislime.it ot )aiisna'j;e, yet the general ai-euracy of its statciuenti will entitle It to. p;irficular attentiimi : and it it sliall.not entirely supersede til - nee..^slty �of fOiwuUtng the nyinerous Tour^, to be aoqu unted witli ScotliMid, it will at least prove a valuable auxiliavy to these, from the superinntv ot information which a work of tnis kind must iicc.e.ss:uilv have over others which only relate transient occurrences and o.iscrvatioiib.      ^ INDIA ALFAIflS. Thii 1)>"V is piitiUr-.'.ied, Tirire. One SliilVn-,', . ^UBSTANt^B �f thcSPKKCII of Sir AllTilUR !3 WKLV-l-'SLljY,' in thi' Coliii'nifice of thi. Itlowe of Iii!t('.iComi"i!iy, (i,.^j',-rV.! >aTiuij-*.!a;,. .liily ,l(it!i, lfo)7,' ,.    "rill!'".'l-/r'I; ilr/i'k.1-, i^ireafVil'v. Of whoni       be (j.id, hi i'.ivU, iJlii-lrati-d v.-it'i Pla��, The 'tVX'-' oltli.ti"-: V.-A!'.>; 1,1 f\01A,-vrtht;i'! N'e;;oel!i >(ii.'!i ]iree.'d:-.l aii'! t'l  "-''ijitif^i tliatf teriat-.lated til':... . J5v .t.he .si-n (ui- SV KI- . i, V , J'; \ Edi.t�5iii t!i/!isideT  . Thi" Worlc, the Subici^t of so inncMtKiuiry, is Jicre com-ulctc in twenty-one Numbers. Tliii iiitcrest of every Officer ..nd .loidiei in the bervice, has.bcen thu poinltd obieit ot tbi. Arr(\\igem�-nt, aiid the Public, no.lo.'S coiiceriied,ivill see their AdiJitiitagC ill proposed Expenditures; The. contents ate slated uudertnctollowiiighBadsrviii No; 1. Outiiel'olunteers On tlie Militia. a. On the tijivairy; 4. Ontlieirtillery. , 5. Onthel'dot t'iimras: 6. Oii.tUe Vct,;ran Uatta-lioiis; 7. On t ;ic Rilnk �Jf (^flScers. 8. On the Ariuy ot the Nation.       , /: 9. On theHegilk|'.;Ath�y. 10. On the Dow eoutniuea. It. On the MilltaTy Coijii- oh. 18. OoOntitude and Rer No. 13. On Justice iwid Injits-^ tice.   .  jl'l; MjhTnryPilnisliinents; .1^. On HxiJerience and , Abilities. 16; Oil Milit4rv Dreis: 17. Ort Public Btcurity. 18- dn the rii,>ccssitv and >suppott of Vy ar. I9> eumpiiriaon between tli� prefcut and former times. SO. Oa Dtselpllitc;, 81. fsummary W�nclu- I W3i jLP VATlO.^.Soaa I'.VAiiMii.L! , e.,;:-,ie.:, view ot the (.Oiinitct ni liis fiuyal j)i:<;i;.-.' Wales5" and cninurisim: a fic-' and Mip ir Je.Tei vb, as a'JYadtMnan, Pi;L(ie,!,ui-aiKi i" n.-iiuitol-t.�v*�niv-veM'ii  T'l w^i.-i) Is pr.Ml.'^ V!w!i:niis;Ui:irerys-, lloose A/'-nt, Pe!l-^Ioil, .:       jlv PHI !.t)-VERITAS. � 'Ti.-i rei-tai'i.'fireiiiji'S.'i, onee t'aii :j oar r^itl: fortune. Published by C. (ilKippie, C.),:Pa',l-M ky'^s lilOGaAPinCAL �INDEX to the PRR- SKNT ll >LVH).NS, coatalr;!;;'; brief but voirect Nlitie.es (.'f l1:e LiV'j.s, liu; Kav.ilv, ;:i;.l i'artv Con-ler'iiuviii, tt:e ;M..v.iti>vidlA/h-;rae�'r aeil v.uiinuct, and otiier 11-eti.il and s:itist.ie.T.in-y Pditii'iilirs leLii'.sc to ail tnc :Mi:;m-:)er-; oi'tj:e Conimoiis" !-. duJiJr; �      . IlLifjCrAi-ttS, rmilE WILD. miSilGiRL; ; Ja. 'in w'tiicli aril d-'lMji^.tlyl '.le .Vu niiH. Gri(;v:Jnr.csof th'j PEAS.\.\ iliV of IRELA-i?'!). .     i?Y ,'3YD.VEV OWr AiUhoress of tlu- .'.ovice of .it. Di/i; Loudon: Printed for Uii;ii:ird , J-.'i street, !ilacktri;u-s : and sold, by ail Britain and iioland. , i)f whom inav be h.^ I, A new edition ofthe N0V1 oa-.-ds. Thetifih edition ct tucAv i.MLR :n LON iJUN,.bY JAr, hi -   C a r, 8.C :vo. (.,, ,Bndi;e-^' r j in Orta' by surr, :3 voii. ]' fid. ,UVOIR.ofth^^U..^ai.l.n,.^ '-^^-V'^^-t iifit  o-n.t;l'.'i h!  r^iuiv   tj""h rioj^ )) ivi lira)' I It 1 11) Co itenip )ririt    a a   C   1 tioio his Bii-^iit , 1 iKiU o ghul, mt"i   i       h   Li. > mati<5 Pisres not published in IMS VViir!."': " Bv WILLIAM CuOi^!'., Esq. B irn^for at Lav fri PlintidtirHw 1 riPhiJ!i,�   '^o   , P ij i. u,  ,  rh-t iu,andt(i   h  IK illJjjo"!.^        "   t"-(,BlicL- Oi Wiioin. irij V- also he !i ftfcmoirs 01  -. TO rOIJN JR\ Gl N.Ll V N AND Ol}) Titef llowinr" .1 nil      il icin   i n i of f.iie F �VRD Dl 1-, t) b   u i I 11 I        ill    '  1 b   ni  i\ 10 M 'a Ol ^ DI�> Jti,.Oi '    1 1 IN V Lo.v;s ot ftiemorv,  I T re!>!-^!i' Diiniu-ss 01 Si;;ht, ) trorrer^ of th'-A'i V i*ji;is oirti'BacK and Loins. ! 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Tnii Re-�SlSIv tiTcakcti withgnjat safety, by both sexes, at ,iova.i^;,{     year, without i-cstmmt or conraiein-OEi. '-^^i^^^'i^f^'o^^a^ Letter reeeiv�i.l fr�m a GeiitE-man u .\Vi� the ctlicacv'of lh� liestor.itive iii my .Nervous cniomXnU I shoiiW fcel.wvsrf.f- " a miimer bngraletul, if I fflivdok.iosvkdgcthcgve^tbenctit I received when Note,  T.ii Pt torJtiVL i prenand in p,ll j, ducem Ki.r�lu.I ai�4 lining .-iUtts 111\ �ti ,|,   "P;^'^': foriju s, iS. Old Rcuu^ strl'et, Wid No. 17, Floet-stroet; F. Newb :ry and Si^is, 1- ^^t Paals 'mu Kovsl Exchange; Barim, Oxforfl- CmttwVli;V|!inlcrV IJ^ith; \YoBtei,li.iYi,i, Vork, ^fec, InH.lV Venders of Medicine lu Town wid Co..nfr.y,^pri* iii.hnx 01'in laretTbo.xes, only U. 9s. whichouj. ^'*A-K5ruhl�t on the virtues of tb�R�tarative, with a Lm%   

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