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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                3fe .;i/OJV^.yr, AUGUSTii5, 1806. Price 6^- AUXHALL.--Uilflcr ilm Pafr6naj(c' (Vf Jns 'iloval Highness the Princ.v of Wul s.-THIR I'R tv- - r--'  7vEiNfNG will he a SWPi:RlV,{�-M.A ami I'll! t. " ."'i'KS inhoH<^ofthe BirtKof hisRojul ilighuess the - .:^t,i ( LARENCE.-Adniissitiifras. I'll \VORTHY and INDEPKiSfDE-NT .oflPSWiqH. �fl^T\  has been'.most satisfactory to.us, and what \ye ;in Min" will be equally so to. our Fricndsj i-s that >\ o havi; iililaiiii'diiostiite promises of snpport from a dtxiilc.l Majority i,f voiir wliole Body ; so that whenever a l)i�..=olutioii of tUc r*-i �cnt Parliament may take place, you may n-ty upon seeing; ii^jit our Station. WrOiJilI continue to persevere in our exertions utilil �� ir-n" '(-en every individunl Voter. And ivc heg tliiit pur pi -v r.ins Friends will not rqliJE NGlliof th� ItOYAL f Ji^M R.IA.N ��OCir.Ty hereby gi>e nftliix'.tfa.rt tf.eb/Kc.s of IIKSID liMX IN OC y L ATO|l and i\li.i.T>l.Fi A U SECRF-TAR-Y li�*'?�oaoii*e-v^eaiBt by'tJas ResisnftfiO!! of J)r JOHN WALJtEtt"*-f'fntllaifcn who di'sif�n tobcf.)!!)(.' Cliirttd!iti>s ff�rtOe sa^d ifiiRcr's, may apply for tln-vi-cjufite' iiit"ormiitionto.Mt. Chas. Mutfh.v� Bodkotd-btrutt, Uedtord-rowi the Secretary, of the Society. Augiigt 13, i80.-i. ^   - y � � _ 4 KiVn.-Auy VfeijTfcNAST of DiiAc  IJc-r'nuvit,stationfd i;i En^l.ind, IS requeSte:: to t'i.ti:'i.v f..ft-r tr (post paMl), to Captain O*---� Mr. )'hvo i, Army . Clothier, CharinK-'cross.     : Aiiv CoftWET desiMus. of purchasing a L'tirtcn;tnrv :n a ].i;:lit Dragoon jlcgiment iii i ,ji|rlriiid, ihhv ','Pr''^y'i'- �tUovf^. -OIIODER|P and \Vl LKINSON lioj? fo inform jiJi the Nobility and (�eii ide t.> wind atih-.; bi'ck, by which mean? the pi'ifon grinding i$ not cxpiis .'d lo (h.> audience, and from if not bring vl+v lar^f, itiav If - oc-cysjoiudly moved into aprivate hoasc. Any fjaii.c* or Ooii-tipincn wishipf: (o srf il, .irp riNjU-'stod to ciill at tlicir ^\'a^ sdav tht>'i�tli inst.us afterUtat, it must he paclcctlup 10 gi) into the Country. MONEY ou MOarcJAGIia'id AN.VUJTirSt NE IfU.VDRr.D and T\VCNr\"-srVEN; ^ TnOUSA>?D POUNDS readv to' be ndviinrcH on .ipprovcd Securities, rticeniable at pl^ni^ure, in sams from I'lvc Hundred 'trt Ten Tiious.iud Piuir.J!:, arrording to fli? iiitiireot tile respcctive.si�ritfitic.=. Lett^?rs stating the par-Kiul.irsof the.propnsedSiTurities directed to 0. H. at i/ie hcirthuroherland Coftee l\o\ni-, near Cliarii'g-Cro*, will m�('t due attention, and if ucccssary, a personal tiiteivicw .ippointed:    ,�        _,  : . Q't'AINS'of Red i^irt V/ine, Toa, Fruit, MihicM', and evcrv veg'table matter, arc Ciittrolv Vciunved Irom . blt'-linei!, (joltons, Mn,-hiis, Lnce, titter aillflPS of � .i'.','s,�,tlifiut tne le-.i^ti ijurv'to the C.lol'i, bv the CHKMI-^ U 1.(1 ACIlfNCiHO' JD,it I'oKiK f�-t.,in'("rrtii' i ,!;!cs Butl prcfiies, without miunng the Kun rolour, n-.tH I.?: ' ��' all kiiifls of r.incn til h.i, ongfp.il wtjittMe.-t v/hen dis-colii;.- -.Uw.Diid.iwiphms. disisc, awilliiij;     vuyages. !'rf-,.;.'.;v. ;ir.d j.i)l.i br Ilndsoiraiid Co. i{;i.vniarkrf; t^rcjfory, i:ri;rjio/i; J};iM-rand f�)(t, ]'.(tiiii)\ir,;ii -..ilaz.riri, i'lit.i; C.ope^ hiriniisgiuim; Sw liitoii, {,?rc�'6tcr; CoUius, ( 'JviMilrv ; (,:iv.;t-r, Margate; WiHicr-.u-n, Rar.issriite; Long, D.'al; Jicilcii, ,"�)--�;; .id nther. obiJi-fy and Gentry^ in potscssioii of Income's arising from Freehold, Copyhold, or Leasehold Estates, ii'i Land or Jlousei*, Money in' |he Fiinds, Rent Chais;es,Mairiag i/>gan adequate Annuity Interest for the samc^ rcdoi'piabl" any time, at their own option. PeKonal applications will be received every day, tiH Three o'Cloclf ' id Letters from Correspoiidv-nt;^, in Town, or f'oiritrv, p    paid, immediately answered. � more;CAPITAL PRIZES, And Five Tliousaud less Tn'kefs^than last htatc Lottery. .The First-drawn Ticket entitled t;> ten THOUftANJJ 1*0UNDS; All otiicr Capital Prizes �re afloat. URCnASKRS ofTickefsand Shares.wiUhave thP Opportnnitv df obtaining all tlie CnpitiiV Priws, provided tli<^v purclwse b:for ......_______ 5,000 �   �......).------i... /^(lAi........... 4,o;)� .50......:...........      1(X)............ 2,'.)00 40........'50............ 2,0iX) 4,100...i.,..........        20..........i.. 82,000 so,fioa  L.200,030 Ticjsetsiuid Shares ara oti Salcat.aH-the Lottery Offices. Ticket,...:...............L,19 15 0 Half...........'V. 10 2 0  'h easily jlctp^mined ; it i* enough that the evil exists, and if .'>'v;ifi',alUe Itteiiig, that the great und beneficent Cfea-111 Irft ptirticiilatly fa^''oulped the inhabitants of Grtiat Bri-Wnwith^peculwr;remedy.' . The ClRKATAYA'tEROOCK is H plant indigenous to this eountry, Slndljis Over heeo recommended as fhcoivly certitin Vegeta^liloSpeeificfortUe Srurtfy. . � �     . WlujtUevA lt��5rf,^lic eniptive kind, or latent In tho habit, this Essence is always cojisiBtent in its operation nndtU'epts. Il8finteff6rt is by InscnBible perspiration, opening tht ob- yiCTUALLlNO OFFICE, Aiij.i;), ISO i. ^fl^JIls Cp)�>iii.sifoiierii' for VidintUini^ His Ma- jL' jtsl:/'s .\iiOij do hcriliiii^ii-c iVoAtiv,^Malnn V,'e4iuesd;ty, liie'htii tiiMtauy t/ii'i ii-ilt tie i-eaiiy t� eeCKive lemkrs m wnlr-iiii; (Muhd. i,;)!, tiuil trettt fm- THR.EH IJi'NOIMi;) t li VLDRONbot iHrs 1AM ILLIJ \'iOOR t OAL's, or ��toiil^ o{ eou)tu!i tiiul Miutn liiiiiii'itma lu bi: i/tiid Juv bj Jitlm ij,ii)>ili!r, uiM .tnii;iesly. �..�i/)./j>Miiiul tieuitrsikercm mii^ tniuk i)n) i,:-t.'iiyd pint in Har.-cif; to Oc thliixrcd mlu tits Miirest'is .'�./t;;Y� /// Dcpt-fi:v.l, A'oj1�:rtiK}tt, iu;ri Plymoitfiv, r,iui liih) tin; ^trimj tir-luuiluiq hiort.v ill I't. Catherine    !�i vi-^u'.ti,- provoi Hints (.;' lurhdciCi-ipiiunot (�a.iks, dj^ t'lt-p/rtodx uiii!'nui-ntiuited, vi:. (Xne [�>urtivp;trt ot tnc v holr by tac l.Jt 1 .laii'i nv     p Uu'.' hall of t.ie rem.4�nm!; quatituy bv tlie.'ilst -W.il-chf- ]:>0' And I lie vemaiiKicr uy tlio .sOtn June...........� - j   ^ J.nd tiiiiti yjiii J^ir bit Ihlls pu'jaHci wi/lt Inicirst, mneti) diviniificr date. �� "the CLndumiiitit theCuntrarti i)i:>}o U terees kiU bea\itg>lcd. *       > i\ i� leijard itill bi.kad to ami Ti-'uL^r ih v/irc/i the fria- shall not be. iniertid ^}^ invfds at- t''ttf;tit, or tiiat sliiiU not. lie dii:l!vnreil to tixa Ijoard before Out, u'tj'.ork on iitf said Iriday, inelltli of ieptcdtlier n�j7�n�r ihsUjh tue. ycisuns u/io ina;:*-' lliii lenders; or �o;�c^ Prt-wiw on Ciioii' beAalJ, attend to iin-swrrmhan called Tor.    �    '     . Vli lUALiyiNTt 0;i;iGh, lug U, lb h rjTlHIil ConKi!z.moiicrr fur i'tchidUin-i       Ma- -Sk jcslifs pJu'.ij lit hunbi/ /,'i;v .^  A.sci.Nti.     ' Tins L)av is piildislied, in ruval Svo. prue Ik.s. in boards, ATRi:ArM:oi� CONNEVAMNG, with a A low t/� its Application in Prrictice, i)fir)ga SeriOi ot Practical tyhSiTVaii^a", written lu ii pliin tdnii'.i.ir atvle� lost ton* of the stotnaclu; enrUhi|'s � arid B^ycrtcijsi the bloody )l''�l>i''li  *ly printed io smaltOctW: price ite. ,�!| boi^r^v BRIAN D.' By FREDERIC SHOBfeR*. Printed fjr iticijurd i^hillips, 6, |fridge-strcet, Black-friars. � � ��- ' �   ^  . . : The Translator thinks prapcrto.gjyc to the PuMic the 'following tliaractei* ef this small' W ork, lo Ihitwoi^ds of the venerable ^nddifjingtjishefl P;�Iatc t,u s%>n)�ia.-it is dedicated. His Lordship <)l)sems that "it ij not cilcafated fottlje In-siructtoh of PbiJo.iiophej-b, bu* it wllt,iwilrt�'^�the.. bcMUinde4 Wtrn: there, are,p;^Bage�    it,�hlf(� eiupiCji ./i�e kloqueace of are p.iSBage� \A W.^m*, ?np�*P"�>3 I. jAMEaW-NrALCPTfC i�d ANfiBI] IBILlOUS disturb the Httman frame, sieh.� CoWi, Rheumatismii, Hoftdi�:hs, indigestions, and twhef Plsirases tiCthe Stuniach and Bowels; which aristj from the vltitsitudcg or our diniatft men or conJinewciit.; JJy^ th(>vgb tt* Analeptic Pills aro alsovifry wrvieeabl* m WJtttUB^na  ^ef decir-seatcd disor-dvs,y.ctbctitg4r�igneda8amild ya^jative.Ofllv, anil there- used theje,Mcdtt<;|h�| ioiftbined formapy yeiir� with the bnp' pi��st success, in aUeoinpIainti of tfao iUwraswcUaa other interna) di5�.-v5cs.. . Sold only Jjy F..V^w|�er.v wd^ Sanj. jTo. '\^, St. Paul's qhutch.ytitd.on.tl* , the Object is-to shew the ^seot the dillCieiu Parts ot Deeds, .the Rules of Lfrw hvwltic!* tliev ar;vgovern�d, the Form a'jd Arrangement of each diitmct Species i>t Deeds, an,' the taut!o;i to be ob4ii>rvf5d in general; with '(elect IVecedents of Forms tO illustKiite the application ot the Observjitioi.s. London,priiittd for W . IJiirkeand Sons, Law BooV�.-ners, Portug.'ilrStreet, Liiieol'i   '�.'�. .^AU llT S Itl.t^^.cio. ........... ... Ihis Dav IS published in hvo. priee(id. vol. j, f.i.i. ;, .it "WTLW ilKFOR IS of CAii:> ir^ital an I deter-. i mined ill the COURT olKlNti'.S bE.\ CH i.i l-arter lerm, I'j Cie.i.vi, iKl):). By .lOtrN P;M>iCE S.MITH, Esq. . .()t (ji'.iY s Inn, narrisiei-at LiUT. To be eoiiliiiaed.       - Lor.(3in, prifited for W . L.l:;rke a:id Sons, Portug.aKstrect, l.nu'iilii s Imi.       , Ot:ivlioin .jnxy he had; Vol .'i. Part I, jince 3s. bd. Conlftiniiiv; t.ie C iist:;-- in iliicliriel�i:is lerm : and 'Vol., 3, Prtii'J, price ,)S. co-inininsthe casi's in ililary-lVtm, ItSJS ; and also. Vol. J and i.', containing the t^a^.s in the nth and l.'ith (ii^o. i, price l;/S. each iirt>oaril�. THE l/A.ST NEW' NOVELS.      .         The following superior and popular Novels have been pub- lisliedinthepr�ew iea.-on, i^rv RICHAKO. PHlLLli'S, No. ti. Bridge-street, Blatkffiars; and they may be bad. of all Booksellers, and at all Circulating LibrariC'i . l. ffl lI l-i   MAH>,  WIKE,  and   WIDOW. . JL By Henry SidJonj, of the Theatre Royal, Drury-l.w, I) vOLs. l:!s. M. id botirds. % The. WILD iRlSH G1HI-. By Misi Owcnion, 3 vols. 13i. (id. in boards. 6. The W/NTEKibLONDOri; the Fifth Edition. By J. S. Surr, 3y�K 1SS.W. iftbi'ttfdi  ZCy�MOWD. By Mrs," Temple, 3 vols. 21s. in boards^ 5. The NO VICE of ST. li'OMI^*iCK. By Nfiw Owen-�i(s:^5wS^o^iT57rir/J^^ Tllis-rdayls publiiticd, in :l vult. daddscimti* pric� iSt. fid. ..>-��",.,�� lA boafrfj,. rty\iT. WILD IRMH GIRL; a National Story; JL'>an.Wfcieb<�re ttelinfiiVtedt thfe Alat:n�5ft, Artntspnitntt andCTricifancescl- the PEASANTRY and ViiOAlA.VftX of IRELA.ND. Authoreiis ofthc .\ovicc ol 31, DomihiC, .St; Cl.ii^ he. Lijndon : Printed fur .li icliard Phillips. .No.^ (j, iiridge-atrcet, IJlackfriara; and sold by all Bojicscllcrs, in Oriat Britain nnd Ireland. Of whom mav be bad, A cew edition of the NOViUE of S t. DOMIXIC; by Miw5 O  MQy, by Mr. Surr, 3 vols. Ub. Ud. TRUTHS COiMii i'U laiiili. Now in the press, rflTIE Dr'\?,rOND NVAV I-'RIXTFID, or a LiTTl R .0 NAIHWIEL JrFJl'RE\S, Hou,e .\,';er,t. Pall Mall; being an Appendix to DIAMOND CUT DI.\M.ON'D, containing thret Lcttett; never bffgre piiblisticd, .^hict} ftlr, Jeftreys scat to i.iie Earl oc Moirj, with a viert to extort money trtJ.ii His Royal HigtinciS the Prince ot WuIi.iet, un t .\tr : "iulii liiii a iT.MtiwonM-a mid Colli tiatiMiii, 111 1 Iteiii.irxs OH ti:e-iluiiVvT U:ita ; liiiewiso, expl iiniMsr w.-iy tlie Se.t ;.r>J (oirilr^' /iii- is itiorcsiiluhnous taaii that ol (,:(ie.> aii:i hir^e lowni. E   E. .Si'iJJif RDf;!., Ai. t). .Si)!io-sqn;ire. Said b , Ili.'^iilev, Ao. t:;, 1 leet-aticet; and llalchaidj .\o.        PuJeadilly. Tills l)jv I.' puullsheil, eles-uiily printed in (^11 irto, with <   sevi-V.il EnE-.riviiigs, iMiee'J/, js. in Hoards, C1IfnU)N'0Ml\, Oi, a J'leilisi' on lUictnii. y cal Delivery : Loniiir-beiuliiis: maiiv Precept?, both .^!!elent rwd modern, (or t;ie proper Regulation ot the V oiee, the Countenance, and fieistvir.*. Together with a.i investigation of tiTo ElenieiilH ol- (;  Po-.v./i-.^ of the Hu- man Unlri-.-i.ijidnig. Tendini; t.i ascerUi.i tae Principles of ii_RatiaiUil Logic. IJv K. E. SCOTT, A. M. Professor of Mor.ilPhiliisopliv la trie Univer=ity and King's � Collegi- Alirnleeii. Printed forT. C'l'lell and A\. Davie.-, Str.iiid; A. Constable and Co. Eilinbiirgli; ai:.! sold by Angus and Son, A. I3r.)wii,and J, Bur.iett, Aberdeen. This da/ is publislieJ, cleganlly printed in Quirto, an d liluftrated with I iventy l:aii;raviiigs, eoloar.'dai'terorigiiMl Drawings by Mr. Alexander ami Mr. D.mit 1!, uniX a .Map, irice/i'. l-it. t><'. in bfjardf, VOYAGE to COCTIIN(,:iII.\A. in Ihs; Years 17&2 and 1793: contjiiamg a general Vietv ofi.'ic CJhar-oflcifiand Condi tion of tJieir several Inhabitar.is. To which is anrt"�ed an Account of a J (mniev made in the years 1801 and 18p',', tothe Residenceofthe Chief of the UousKuana Nation, bein^ the remotest point in the Interior of Southeru Africa to which Eurnp.-�ans have bitlierto penetrated. The Fiictiand DesirriptidiiS taken tVoaik .Maiwsccipt Journal j With a Chart of the Route. By JOILN BARROW, Esq. F.R.S. Author of." rravel;? ia SoulUern AUicii,'' and " Travels in . . �   China." :         . Printed For T. Cadell andAV. Davies, Strand. Of wlioiiv irtay he had, a tiew Edition of Mr. Barrow's Travels in Sout.fiei;� .Vfrica; including an Lupiiry into the Importance of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, as a Naval and Military Station^ as a commercial l-.mponum,and as aterritorial Possession, &c.&i: elegantly printed in'J Vols. 4to. and illustrated with several coloured Engcavuiss and Charts, Price a/; .'Js. i� Boaid.-i. Alsoa new Edition of ttic'l'ravels in China, contrtining Description?! Observatiomi, and Coinparisor.s, made and rnl-Iccted lU the �Cimi'se of a short H idcnco at the Imperial Palace of: Yuen-min-i nen, and on a siibscnuent Journey through the Country from Pckiu to C;into.n. Elegmtlv itrint- f;ill oiijplarge Vol. 'Ito. tllnstratad with Plates, inrt*tolthe:n gruveJbv Air. Aledland, from Drawings bv Mr. Ale.i, IS ALL iTSBRAWCllLS, pract'cadlj adaptfcjt*' the use nt Sclioch a il Enrtavinzy, plain anil coloured; ccnrtplete' Tabu's ot iincs and f ar.j.utiv Logarithms,      &.c. See. By ABRAHAM CR'JJ^ J ^ Land SuiTevor, ot Fro'.jK-, in .5i>:i-..'is :sli:r?. The object of thc'AuthoroF this VV ork\jLi 1; a practical System of Land Surye\ii;i. corrc^po .>U;:!i. in scientific arrangement ami p^rspieuitv with .'ir. i;^>e.nvo..s-tle'sw.liknown svstem ot :\iei;>:uriuiO)'.   I,vctv and Case Jiillustrated with ruxi roaj i...xjin!jl-s an.l htr;.\  thl-use ot Teachers u.n;i ?.laiU :(i; atid nn uvurua! �\p^�ll vor i;i � tile iniporu^iit art ot eoiTL-ct an \: iv^iie.i Driw.-v/. . I'ri.iled tor  Kith-ivd .I'ti,slips tin'.je--'.;.-, t, Blarlftriars; mid to b'j luid ot all Buuiis-.Ujrs m la,.; iii.l Ivingdoni. , Corps of Itoval Ei^'incLrs, Palriek 1). Calder,Oi'^. to h.:: heeonil liieiiloiianti   Hugh Lawson. (.cut. to be (iilie. Corpsof Roval Artillerv Drivers, Second l.ieuter.nni t i>m-niissiiiV  ilfomas .lor.ien ti> he f irsi LieUtenaat (.e.niini;- siiv, vice lirov.nlie, rcurej.----Piii'.p'.'t, '..  ije t;aptaie.       "    Cl-JZClt.Omr.c, Allf,Uit 23. Mr.Mnr.u nuTuiixr.i)'I'o .si-.iivf. 1;^ tui-; phesent J>.\IU.IAMENT. Honovcu OF Bodmin-James Topping, Esq. inthcroosi ol .iohn ."largent, Lsq. RANKRUPrClES ENLARGED. James O'.Meaghen, Idtc of. Biiry-eourt, .St, Mary A.xe, Loi:-UOii, pri>visiun mercnaiit, from isjpt. y, tt� Oct. id, at ten, . at tiuildhail. James l'arti:t:;ton. ol' Fen-court, Fenchuroh-stn'et, Londoc, tiroker, froin Sept. I.', to 0..t. 28, at ten, at GudJoaJL John t)lii)ha:ii; :)t flv.;t-sireet, t 0 idon, taylor, from icp-'     tember 9, to Oct. 2o, at ten, at liuildiiJl. BANKRUPTS. James Dudds, of Crown-street, Newingion Butts, Surtvy, jeweller, lu surriinder Sept. r.', iu, and Oc*.-3. at ekv.-ii, iU CuiidirJ,!!.   Atium;:y, .\lr. Patten, Cross-street, Hat-toii-garilen. AVm. Hart and Samuel Turner, of Lothbury, London, ware-hiiuseinen. Aug. 1.1, at one, and Occll, at fwclveT at Cu.idhiiU. Attorney, Mr. ilillyard, t,dpthall-court, Thr.igr.iorton-strect. Rich crd tide, late of Lr.mhcth-road, Siirrev, habenlashcr, Aug. 30, Sept. io, and Oct. 4, at JeiJi at 'UuildhalJ. At-tarnies, MessK.. AledJowcroftandStai.iey, CJr.iv's-ipn. Jame-i Noble, of Co^fgefihall, Jtsscv, worsted t::.uratjctarer, Auj;.2(,�at one, iiad Oct. 'i,-at tvcelve, at luulvthall, Lcjulon.   Attotn.'y, iVir. C. VeaitiS ticla, f riday-strset, Cheapside. ..... � Henrv i-'ell, of Basinghal,l-3trcct, london. warehouseman, Aug. ;}0, Sept. V, :uid Oct. 1, V twelve, ut tTjildhaU. Atlcrney, >Mr. Atkinson, Castlc-nreet,'Vulcon-sq.iare. Moses 1 lliott, of Chatbais, -Kent, shopkevpiT, Ans. tiS, :>0, andOct.-1, at ten, at i.iuildn;iil, LunJon,  Auorciv, Mr. Broad, Union-street, Borough. George Pcrrott MacctdlQch. late of Eastehcnp, Londtjn, merchant, .Vu^.si!), ;JJ, aud Oct. i, at tci, at Gaildaali., Attorney, .Mr. Mills, Lly-piace, Holborc. DIVIDENDS, g-ept. 16.. AY. Cockerill, of Ludgate-hiU, Load, iiddUs!J.t, oil-demurs, at ten, at (juil i-hiili.'. �    � Svfft. 15.- J. Luillnra, of Stoke Btiii-?tn, Northaaip^ooshife, victualler, at eleven, at th� AV'nltii Lian Inn, /Banbat'. Oxfordshire. : * Sept. VJ. A. i-c^is, o' Banbary, Oxfordsl^ire, mercer, at cloven, at the W tiite vi"a Inn, Uanbttrv. Sept. U<. and r four. . U ltou incamfdctaters, at nr. at the Griilin Ian, Dangerous t.'ofa?r, Mimchciter . Sept. le.  .loseph U.vid.N,SheiUeU,groci.r, at threo,At the I     l'untln^ Inn, Shclhcia'. Jt..22. IL Capes, Cuinsburgh, Lincolnshire, mrrccn at eleven, at the V\:hieclIattimi,Gainsbiirgh. pt. 2:i.  S. Broughall. Yeaton, Salup, m.UcY, at tiydvc. Oct. 22. el Sepi , at the Talbot Inn, Shrewsbery. Scpt.2/. J. Belcher, Lamb's Condiiit-.
                            

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