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Courier (Newspaper) - August 26, 1806, London, Middlesex TUESBAY, AUGUST 26, 1806. Tice TS7AUXHALL.-Under the Patronasre of his V Rovnl Histes the Pritic* of WafeSi-TO-MOR-nriVV liVENlNG will bea SUPERB GAJ.A and FIKli-ivaRKS/iiihoiimirof the Birth of Ws-'RaJral Highnrss the bW Ul'j^JN.-At the j^\i\y��AiViA, hi the . STRANIT,: a V I of thc^handsottc CITY of FLORENCEandits beautiful�NVlROAS^gencrallv coii-sidrred one of the iiiiest Scenes ia Itjily. The Spectator is pinced oa the Palace FiSroni, �icrl�oliii:f;'�hp. River Aflio MX ihcfour Briilgps..areseen; the (JrjiiHll)uki-VPalace ami Ko'tio'.c (Jardens: the OW Piilace; the Cathedral, built of y:rt oiKtiiarhlef;; ifhcTomboftheRr Appcnincsi'The Uay of'>aples continues open: to Avhirh lias ' ' " �� ..-.r.., ,....... l^Zs^bcen'added, a.7(^pt:esfint!^tio)l;of llio-tute awful. Eruption of Vc^tivius, andraatfy rieuro�, &c , ,  Ope>A-oni Ten till rfvsk. Adniutance to eaclr Pamtmg We Sfbilfin}!. fectly^��l'fi- . v, u  1. tions, and uhJcmablc-references can be giypn b;v personally, or bylftter ,.JHish Holburn. " v ANTED, aUcast FJffyHUosJrom London, V T ' a Situation for a Yoath ofresppctaSlc Cohiiexlons, a�ed 17,whnse Gliardiafts, for reasons winch will he ex� BFnined, find it nccajSary to place bin* under the care ofsome rtSDCctablc Pei'son whoi will b<? able to keep him conlinuuily ii trouldfsoitia cfenccJTiV a liberal remuneration ^vill not b<;. objccled to, andiitbf* part-cubVs address to A'; 7/. at Mr. Wel-leiuis. No. ti, Pond-street, Jliimp5tiraxl,Middlesex. .\. B. Sntisfaclqry Rpfi-nwes itillbe pvenand reqniTPd. - iiufijiY sciioui;. � TTpIH') Rev. Dr. INGLES hitving, in consCqncncc JL of his bad health, ^ignili.pd liift.intention (if resigning lh-.'. he.'id mastcrsliiu of ttugby Scft^ol, on the ^illli of June next ensuinjr, the TrrtKccs hereby gi�e notice that they will iiroceed to tlie Jiltctian of a new 'Waster on Tuesday the 6tti Aay of December next, at Ru^by, at twclVe o'clock. Xh indepcndont principleij which havecvc'rdistin!;nishi-d Jbc County of Nonnampton, I look foTwar I'with conlldence ?o the perioil when you will he collectively called Upon mi>re opCiil V to declare yourselves iiiji-to exercise that inost invaluable of your privileges, the Choice of^our Ropresentrtttves in Parlianicnt. Should I in any degree have, been deficient in making proper applirations to yiou, 1 trust, tliat you will attribnte it solely to the hurry o*f a Canvass, which, in so extensive and populous {^County, would not in the first instance alltfw of any certain or complete arrangtmenf: - 1 have the honour to be, 'Getiilemer,  ^ With greaVcspect, ': Your ob�dicitfbu:nSle Servant, 'C:<^ihtAo% Av^SSi. t^.^tULtA-M LANGHA^f. HAC]^S1A-'.C0-Se� OFFICE, Ad^. 93, I80fl. . l^rdTICE is hereby ?5Jvcn, that the business of �X^ the HACKNKV COACH OFFICE will," till fiu--ther Notice, be carried in at No.'6, Moatague-stieet, Jlus-selUsquarc. - , BV Order of the IJoard, ^_AlAETHI-.^V (il.XT, RegiMer. STE-NOGRAl'lIY.:: R. ALE:JCAN1)ER FHAS1<:R begs,leave to acquaint Gciitleimin of the Law, those persons who are involved in Law Suits, or those iutercsted in ithiy puhli-cation of important Criminal Trials aiid Parliainentary Debates that his havwig hsii upwards of 14 year. imbtri}W',i-j:ciumt.  'I'o bk delict:nU from, lime to time di demanded, into the YleliMtttlin* Stores at JJtptfoid, fwtsitlouth, Jfljjmout/i, and Cpr/fyal tlie Vantracters cxpence; tu bn. Karr.aiitedto keep good and s'oHnd fur thv spaic affiix M\. m the respective periods of dvlicvryr andtobe paitLfor b^ OUtf payable, with Interest, ninfty days after date. 'J^he conditions of the Covtravtsmat/besctn atthe Hecreiarifs Qffice\and at thi.iOiffce;or,btf applying to Air, .lobn \V"iU \\'atds,Dnnst6ri>ille,jignntJor the PictualUng at Cork. NoregardmiUJ>&/mltu.anyTe>ulorin Khfchthe. Price shall noibe iasei'tiuHawords atlimglji, urlhal.iJutU.nul bedulivei^ul ivthe Iiii�rai�fnr^l>ne v'CUm^ .�� the.'iaid W edoesday tiie d.Sf^ple/nbir'nexliHur-unl^s t/ieji'erso.n,wAw maJif^^U'dn* Jer,or�ome JPer-ioii'vn XisMiulf, attends caned for. lis, to itnsmer when V lLVlU:jil.la�>S(f-UFt'iCi>, Aug. Si!, ItiUo. month, sucrudiiig inwriUng (sealed up)f fjjr sitch qimiititi^ o/'-l';:N'GLISH PEASE, of Kiln Drieit MOUSElTOLD FLbUK< and of UtSCUlT STUFF, m.-ide lioiii wliole Meal, as the rrspec^i THE WATERING PLACES far JBUi-; This Day is published, price 13<. in Boards, Ms. bound, in One ve,ry thick and closely printed Volume, iiltutfatcd with iKMrly Seventy MapiJ ana VictvH^ rjnmXVUlDK to ALL the WATi=:RING anct JL SEA-BATiUNG PLACES in Englafijl and 'rtal.'s, for I80a,con<i^iinsof ACCURATE and OlfeCU �l.STA.S-TlAL DESCRlJ*TlONS of every Place 6if,UU\0MhUt Resort, and of ilic Curi�siti( f i;ebretf� and Kearsley's INDRX to the PRr:- printed volume, the size ot' Pcerarge, , A BIOGRAPHICAL SlrAtfedVgt-.llarrisiofRugbyj (Clerk tft the. Trustees) before the lt�KorOctober iiextv that every information may lie obtalnptl !>y the Trji.itei'SvpPev-Joijs to; the election, Which nuiy direct'nieiFJudgiiient.  __________; EngU. , terof Aitsiftthc Univcvsity of Qxfofd or^if Cambridgei . Kv Orderflf the Trustees,  RugbyUu^nftlSO'^' ' , GEO, HARRIS, ricrk. rinUE IRIHH LlNjiiN. COAlFAN Y have con^ , JL � sii'ie* bv t^elat!*+;h>i)s ifrom BelKist to their Ag?nt, Mr. 0'iniIE>f,the greatest piift of their Summer lileach, which are superior in colour to those finished in Winter. ^ yard. , ' '{^jT Orders by Post or otri-rwise e.veruted with p�ir�r-tiuiliiy:;' . � " � : � .\'.o Article ."old but ifisb Linen, on.-l notices than a Piece ; �':ich Piece coutaiaS itbout '25 yanU; is warranted to be of tnctjcst f.vbHc and bleached aa'tiio-gr.iS.r, and the moueyre-t-,ir!',e.l if af.iuliappears:, ^I^^sll,fm UaJik of Jcrland Notes, ?vo. .4j Blooms-huty-tiiurire, near Si�uthani'pt;>'J-*=tr*i"t�'lRaiiing to il^Dlbcirn lilackfriars,X'.ro Dwrs,fron� Ln^gaV>-hill> .every specie.of 'ioa, upon such TcntoaS tniist give content, jf,that .object Sugar J)v*heSevCtt'^^3u�d:�i or'upwaf i?si , CoiTeeiilwavstresfi lOastwl aiid oftfieliest^ialilv. 15. The Wiuirlwusr is opeu.irsHi8 o'clock iiifhcMorn-ing.u.itil8 o'clock iiVthe Lve'iiffig'.' / BUCK'S, on the JJortlors of llEe.TS, Near T^-ing^ :t6 miles tortnSVdc Park Gome, 0*ford-r�ad-. ^pv) LET," n 9, Seven Yep^rs Lease, a REbJ[. .-a. DHKCfc, suited to a F.iinilyiof respectability (no 'others ncvd apj>ly),'\vho do not objjct t� a retired life. The niemiseseonsistof a Brick Mansion, 4S feet square; on the o.isemfciitstoTjf Of Tvhieh are kitfJiwn housekeeper's roomj hrewhoase, laundry^ eellar^y andaH otjysr requisilte oflWcs; �n theiirSt -floor ail Ifntranie hall ahd slaircaJcjv hreakfast room 15 feet iiy1a*:�ating rqbra, With b�J� 20 Feet by 18, drawing rposjCii^.Jirirt by^l6,-3ll Tlf feet Jjigh;''Si'Cond'Hdor -five bed.frjKjtns^^attic atory>;lhft*.8ame, excellent.detached ^ThV; wj^ffle i(!ra lit*vnj 'wallod in from airjarket tAwi^ -trpm/^n ^^t|m^;coiH)try.^ The whole is fitted up 'wtthteyiB-vr c#oirejlW�^^ wellsupijlicd -with ^9ter. TJhere Mrsomi??uraiii|ir� that would ITe left if it ac-<i i wbi�h*�4j�itt� �hejn wns :^TIiere is a kitolH-ngardeh ,wit t1�e_prcmlscs neat. 1 he^ house, is ^tnr the Chureh.. Th,fen>P^ 4'rWoi'thuas* eom>& atid eoes o'Ulvi Itrtbe towii.ar� un(chei;avba|t^r;,-hrewerv and other vseful tradesmen. ;.lt{S''hOt (!aitl>d:tu�ii; GcaUeman who wishes furshouluig?- HounjlSare %%t-ib'th^ueighbrfurhodd; . Lnquite of ait.-JiiiUiSi^itglfaJd'rfG-Jfo>>9S-, Mount-^lrefi^; Grosvenof-sfljlteure. �,- L. : y--: .-^i:?.-:'�^�Jv- : And Five Th�mnd\i?bVrreket�tllWiTaR4)State tottery; This day iS published, in one volume, PimtJ, illustrated with ftlHps, price .is. iaboardSf NTNTRODUOi'lONti) the GEOGRAPHY of the N EAV 'I'EST \MEN'f; comprising a Summary Chronological ,and Geographical V'iew of the jiyents re-.c.orded respecting the Ministry of Qur Saviour ; with Questions for lixa\niuiitio!i, and an accented Index, principally designed for the Use of. Yoting Persons, and for tlie Sunday Eniproymciit of Schools, By LANT CARPENTEH. Printedforthe Author, and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rrcs, and Qi-me, Paternnster^row. -__ �. . THE FARiyJER'S MAGAZINE. This day is published, neatly printc 'hillingsatul Si-tpenre, No, XXV II. pf rFnitE J^ARMIOR'S MAGAZ1V\E, a Periodi. payable, with Inleicstj, niueiy dayi after date. 'Not any Tender for a less iiumtity than 2,5 Quarfers Si in hoariiB, ' COTJPvSE of THEOLOGICAL LECtURES on the Peculiar Doctrines of Chrihtianitv. By the Rev. JOSEPH ROBERTSON, "Edinburgh, Printed for the Author, and sold by Longman, Hurst, Ree.=!, and Orme,.^aternQsttT-row-. ' ' .v DELlCATi. UNVESTiiiArl^ FoURTU Ep^iTiON.-This day is published, >vith additions, price Two Shillings; : N ADMONITORY LETTER to his Rov.al lighncss the PRINCE of W'ALliS, on the Subject ofthe late DELICATE INQUIRY. Containing Anecaotes neverbcl\>re publisUediwhicri mav probably lead ito the detection of the real Authors of the late sciiiutalous attempt to iully the purity of au Illustrious Personage.. Omnia, si nescis.loca sunt plenissima nu^is, Quarum, tota ctihors est inimica tibi; John or Stvi.isntTiiY. The following Personages, arai)ngT)tliei'3, arc purtlcularly noticed in this Vrork : laHJJlCHAvWS or Ticket's al>tlbhar�;6 wijlhtlVc -�r the Opiitortmilty of bfttainiog* hll tRe Capita Pn/es, in ivided tl5y part base beftjre ^he Dirawinff towmwircs, thic^'willbe pn t|i� 13tU of Qctebcr ntJjtt-Tin: Scheme TEji 1 Ht>t:s 1 r?D'Pou'< i.\g 1 Ij __cal, U ork;. p-tCJluslyniy i'.eVPted to. Agriculture and Riiraf-'lttaira; c^mptwc* entirely-oFaH^uKWicanuitaaica-tions; aiuLctijitruning aii accqpnt of the mt&vf the, Alarkr�ts, . Crop*, Husbandry, &:,c. ing for the years 1�;k), "ihioi, Ifi.K, 180', ISOt, ISJ,-), Six Volumes. Price 2;. lis. iii Number.-i, and. 2/. lis. neatly done lip in boards. _ r;c3^ O^UVV"olumes and Numbers may be had separate. For the Gout,- Rhpuni.itisius, Consumptions, Scruphulrt, CaiicjT?, and other (.Ihronical Disorderi!. The Rev. W, WILSO.V^s ANTIARTIIRITIC j or,   _ V ALTERATIVE POWDER. ^i^HE Itiventoj- of this MciUciTic,. formerly a JL. Studriitin Phyaic, at fJbsgow, is induced to otfe'r to the Pfthlican eiiicacious Remedy $or the abt>vc, as well as - fornianv liisenses deeni-d incarabje. It h'as been extensively MSfd in 1 rMand' tor Several years, and its s.ilatary ellects are productMl m <i safe ana-easvinaniiT. with vervlitde sensible onei-.ttion. Bynuvinij with the bl�o<l and j'uice. it. a finsinint nor change of diet, . Soldby f: Newberya'na Sons, at the only \Viirehouse for Dr, James's Powder, jMo. 15, in &t; I'aul's Cbuicb-yard, London, m packets, pricJJ fid. each, containing tour papers ot eight drtscsi in all tlifrty-two do.ws.-Observe th:)t the words �' F. Npwbery, No. 13,. St. Paul s," are engraved in thg. f sriRAClA'i JTAHAN OILS.. � SfR, two ^<JJ^^^<5T d his hair is quite festored.T-A Childjof muiei wh'ea ii month oldj had llo hairon his-head} tt'lst-istfrnlshing-Jiow fine h(s hair grew after ilsing a* little of yourOils.  lamSiriyeifr's, &c. R; GOOD, Ilair-Dresser:" ' ^o. 27, WindiniU-rtrciitjBedtrfrd-Miu^re;   Mr. JOHNSON. . , � �- Stn-^I feela pleasdre in saving,' that your Stirarlan Italian Oijs is. the ouly article for making the hair grow oji h�r*ies { my horSe a short time slncei/ubbed the hair oil'oiio of bis "ki-ees, the size of a shilling; I immediately ordered yoifrOilsto he rubbed welt on the knee j in less than a inoiilh it Was imposaible'-to see. where the blemish w.as though SKvcral gcnttemen said it wojjld never co�t 1% �9^t�ral colour;' ,  , , ; N; B.- !�end rae a dozen po*s of your Oils,' \ ^^ys dress with them;'. T; WILKINSON; No; ID, Oxfora-toad; Aug. 7,IPO.?. CAUTIoKi-^Those Lftdirs and Gentlenicn who purchase the above Oils >viUplca�Q iu- observpi.they arealways in pots, and, the Prot�rwtor!8 name, " Johni;im," sigi|eil'on the label across tteejtot;, -Sdld by the Pr(�p^I{^a^p^'N�; My-JKeiv-mrttiistrcetj Ojtfora-stbet I and, by uppoiiitmenk. at (%i�W-* ings. No; 4'2j'CornJ�ill5'Berry, Griiek-StrAt,^ SohO.; Hufcif-phricn. No. 118, q\foi'd4tjcctt BaUo aiiil 4llew, CvYft.. suur-Btreet j IiPodrrtNTichhoroe-strcet, (Juldeu-square; and atraoijtcf the nrtudpral-Perftawcrs, at ."is. a pot; hi H. 14s. ' house. bcrs of the Commons ""House of i"arliuincr.t: dnuvn ,up am! printed as a Companion to the COiiit K.>lcndar5 and tas I'ocket Peerages; la an Appendix is jiveo all the Divisions which; h.ive taken place on grdat Public l^uaitionfi during .^jveral Yeari past;' Printed for Richard Phillip?, No. Bridge-street, Blaek-ftlars, and to behad of all Bookseilers. Mr. DUTENV .MEMOtHS. This Day are published; elegantly iJiii.tcd in Five Volamc.'., ' sma.Htiva. price 2:Js. in boards, EMOIRES of a TRAVELJiER, now in 11ETIR1'-;\1EN T; written by iiiinself; and contain-ing Ajiecdotciofun>,tofthe Courts ot' Europe, a'ld of Distill-; guiiihed Statesraeitand public Characters w iio liave fibui-tslicril during the last half contury, PnnfcedforKicharrt Phillips, No; 6, Bridge-street, Black-friats; andto beh;iidrifall IJoakstlieii; "   Of whom nmv also be haii.ji'st published, ' 1; MissOwKNSONi WILD liilSli GiKI-ilifc;6d. 2. And Mrs, II art interesting Memoir. - Secund-Two cieg.-int whole length Portr.iit Prints, in'the Viiuxhall F^shioaii of the present Ivlo'nth. Thir4-Two elegant whole length Portrait Prints, in the Parisian Summer I'ashidns, ju<t imported. Fourth-An Original Song, set to Music; expressly and ctclusively for this Number, by Dr. Busby. And, Fifth-.'V New Pattern for .Needlework. The Literary Department of eadi Number consists of 5(3 Pages of royiiV octavo, elegantly printed on fine Wove paper, and \i of a e.onipreheihiveness and extent nitherto unattcmpt-cd;forwhil*t It has been the obioct of the Proprieloi-s to abate somewhat of the seventy of Science, iiy producinjj her m robi-s more giaceiul and attractive, it lias bew their en-dcivoiirto impress into their service all those sul�|ect3 which are popular and amusing; and whilst, upon one side, m the variety and interests of the contents of their Magazine, they 'h.ive consulted general enturtaiinnont, so upon the other, have they rtir-efully re)eettii.t whatever ni.iy give a. wrong biiis ouhor to tuste'or morals. In hue, their ambition is solely directed to the cultivation and uuprovcment ot i''einale Taste, by .a Uork, wnicli, for the importance of its instruction, the vahetv ot its euter-taioment, and the elegance ot its crnanieiital parb*. shall be considered as fonniiig a goiier;il repository of luslnun^ and a complete � ^ LADIES' LIBRARY. This Work is particularly reeoimuondcd by-fine l*ortr.iits of the FEMALE BRANCHES of the RO X'AL FAMILY of GREAT BRITAIN. Correct andfaithful Portraits of all these .lugust Personages are engraving in the very hrst style ot excellence, troni the original Pictures ot S�r \v ,m. Bi-jV:(.;iii;y, and other Artists of ennnenee.' These Prints will forin-tne hrst Suite ot the Por-" triuts-oflLLUSTHiou.s L.4i)ms,t�f be given as the leading Hmbellishmeats in L\ Bbllc A.s�HwBLBei or Bki.i,s Co.unTandFASiiiON vule M.vg.\ziNK, iuid will comprize one of the most pleasing asscmblilgcs of characteristic and elegant Prints that ever has been engi\iven, suitable to tlie njost delicate^riangcpient for Lnrius' C.-iblnets, or seiett Print Rooms. Six Numbers of this celebrated \V ork have heMralready^iblislied, and may. be had or all tue Book-sellersiuthe Kiugdomv price Hulf-a-Crovvu.each, undone Nitmhcr will be imblished m cohtu;u.ation every Month.  The Portrait Prmts in the preceding N'ltmbeis ar , '   No: I;; Contsntia the Poi'trail of thp Qukun^ with luterest-,ihg Memoirs. . No. H. -;-- thePortniit of the Princess of AV.\leS, No; ni.v-r-~-iUo Portrait ot the pRiNctss Sofuia of THE MAGai'IANTEtlSi'; oVvTea Amusinc? and Instructive EXHIBITIONS f.Jr CHILDREN, of lidth Sexci; each illustrated with a coloure.d lingraving. By the Autlwre-a of ' Suiiimor Rambles,' ' The Red aud Black uook,' &Ci<fec. Prii^tedforTabart and Co. at the Juvenile and School Library, No. 1.^7, ^ew� Boad-streot; sold by W. Gibbons, Bath ; M. Keene, Difdin ;. WiUoii and Spence, York: and il. iMozley, Gainsborjjugh; and by all other Bookselleri. Of whom piay be liijj L HOOK of HANKS: '/( pliites, is. U.'BOOK'ofG.AfinCS and ffPOR TS : 21 pTates, 'Ss. 6d. l partvatCs. 6d, .6. V iSm to a FAR.U iiOUa : S utiues, %. (id.' 7, V4Sits to LON DON : ti plate*, ud. 5. TOUR THRUUCH LNOhANO: G pl.Uos. 25. (id. \>. VlSli'Sto.the LEV ElU VN -HU SEL .\i-.US. 10. Vli>ITStolueMhN.\(;ttllE: ud, 11. BIBLE STORIES; 2vols. 12 plates, Is. 12. MINCE PIE.S for CHRlSTAiAS: 'is,-jd. i;i. 11. if), li. 17. IS. ly. 20; 21. 22. 23. 21. 2j. 2i. 27. .1UVENILE Jn,lJTAPa'H : 2 uarts, at 2s. ftl. S of BOB tl.e TERR"! i-lR: 2s, � the Portrait of the QtrnEN of WuRTE.f- ! nr� Good !)Ilawau�c to Ifuir-dic^iscfs, at tho Tva*e�, G-i.OtrCKSTRR. NoiW. Bi:Ro(PnnccES Hrfyiilof England); ., No. V.v---the Portrait of the. Prtncg^s .'\iiousta; No. Vli--^ the Portrait ot the Princi;Ss Eli/.aheth. These Portraits have .obtained an uiicommnTi degree of. cetebrity for thc-lJdehty of 4ho Likenesses, tu Well as lor the very sa'perior style of Liigravlnj;} and'it is to be tiirther noticed thitt each NtiMBEti is cnrichetlwitli f our wiiuj.e LGNGTU p0rtr.lta-s In the Xnshiojiable CoUumes.of the MtJWth; _ � V � f Alsoaii OrlgHt.il Sdng, set to Music l^ some eminent Cothr 'Voscr�cxpre$!ilvaiute.\clilsiyelv for thi� Work. And an Ori�iDal Pattern tot Needle Work..; Such ore the extraordinary Embcllifhitients in each Ndm-. b-cr, the�aSie of wh^cb nioue, if soldal the Pript shops se- � |larutctyi AvouldamoUntto Niiietcea^huliogs; New KdilioiHi of each Niimberure now ready for delitcrvj nud may \m! J^iit tfoniplete or..iie]|fnratclv, of J. BelL itt (he -Weekly Me.<Benser Office, Houthamptito-strcct, 'Strand; an* ofcvrry Bo6kgNUT .in the KlQgdoo). V : 'It is worlny *A pftrtirulat uo^ce, that a Tongv and vorv to-tereatj�j5jl BRITISH DOMESTU; QUADRUPEDS: 5s. (U. PROVERBSof.VEI.WnON.S: 2s-od. TALES of the GA S I LV; : .J vols. I Ti-;'jd: A FOETICAL HISTORY ENCiLAND: 2s. Jd: WONDERS of the TEi.KSCOl'E: Is. 6d. WONDERS ofthe MiC;M)St:OPl.: : ;lsorts.at in!, eacli- 38, NURSERY'SONOSand JINGLES: each, ^vi;. ^c. i!v.i-. N. B. The Orders of Cuuutrv Booksellers for the abovs-mentioned Works are exeented onadvHntageons te4�u�.. " DR. HOVVi-.l7L'sin>W tiliti.^. ttT-"), Pjpilcpsics, CanvviLsions, Ilisterios, and all kinds of FitSv radically cured by DR; HOW 1-;LI,'S POWDERS.-The eUicacy of thesiv invaluable Powd;is has bewrabuiulantlv proved bv a great imuiber ot cnr. s perfonned on persons of both sexes, and of all ac:es ; maiiv ing cases arc selected troiu a-verv long list, (which imv be s'cen at the Doctor's house), am* ore attested bv such respcct;ihk characters, that tiio sing Uest doubt camiot remain lu tiic WSUd ot tue most incredulous; _ ____ . , The son of Mr. Triimaoiof Giltspiir-strfotv aged Ihye.irs^ had Fiilling Fits ti-�>in his ebildbood, but up uow restored to perft>ct heilUb by Dr; How eVi's Powders, ^\ililcss, Dr.-Ttinieri FeUo*v of the ituyai C�v!lego of Physici-^usi !>;.; don, by Whom thev were* recommended,-.Wij. Ki:'u;-ci-ii Green, of the Savoy l-recinct,was for taOrn thm 2U veuiS afflictijd with Ct>nvulsioi� aud Falling Kit;, ffnii altaoji^a she had been an In-paiieirtof St. Barl-Holoniewf'sand(Juvs Hospitals^ never receiyed aay.benctit till s&e hA^I taken Or.-Itoweirs Powders, which perfect>)>cure�l!hi:r, / iWii,nes. r�>r more than seventeen ye.irs so p-icvouslv atHicted with Convii-^iouy uud falling' Fus as frcquenQv to have ten -In a wesek, and, after every meansivere tried mvafti by the must emlneiitof the faciirty, was coiupletely cured by Dr; Howell's Pow-dcw; Wttliese, th^ Rev. Mr.- t ulletton, Almu�tel^ of Wen HorIcv>->Miss Ann Williams,ot Laytojistcne, Essex, had violeiitFits tYom her Infancy till she was sixteen y.-ars of asc,- \Yhcn,-.by taking^Dr. Howells's Powders, sue wasper-{vctlv cured;" ^\ itncsij the Revi Mr.- Whalcv, Mtmster of Luvtunstonc, who, for thh great ble^iing, publtftly returaed thanks to'tUo Almishtv i� Jus Chapel oa.the lotti of Not.-179q. . .* This st>ver^1gti remedy is pfepored,- under the patronnj^of His Majestvi f�v Dr. Jlowell, FcUow of Kmgs CoUfgey < and is:sold at 'his house,- jVo. 7B, High Holhorn, Eoisdon,-(andno wherii el3e,);it 10*; tWjn paeketj in which is enclosed aTreatlte, written by the Doctor, tm the abot* nucr-j tloticd DlwasM. All letters (po*t piiitl) omU answcroit j nn� thk Powdeis sciil twany part ot the Cnrtcd J(tlngd,�rm.

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