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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 27, 1806, London, Middlesex                                4,378. mmmAY, AUGUST 27, �t/^UXlTA:LL.-Under the Patrona;?o of Iiis  y Rovamighness the Prince of Wales.-Tl|l3 !� V P,\-i\G will t)e a SCfPERB GALA and FIlMi-VVORKS.- Aclmrssronltei- .- i. " The Public are respAtfally informed, the GanlcnsVill rlosB^^forfhcVeasoVi In the bourse t>f a few tlays. � , '      '    A GAIfD, '     ~.       ^ ,      PORmAITS oftlie LIVING ajK} the 1)KAD. MR. PALMER, begs Icdfc to refurii his sin-cere tfiaiiks to his Friendsi and the Pnblif iti {general, liegsitO'. inftjmit'hom; that oiriiis to thi-^ hi�hly flattering reception this I'.iitcrtaiiiinoiiti'r lioiiourcd witli hy fasliion^Me aiid-oVcrflo*inft audieiici-s, it ivill he repented every MON- �SL  J lis Price eP' Z Principal Ojjiccrs and ComrUmoJiWt't^-is Miijesh/'s yiii'i/. do hareliy giite NplU-r, that on I T.niniay^- the'-iSth imlanf., at Ona o'Clnck^tlinitnllhereKJiii til in lit Kith such prrsfiitunti may he. Killiiiiftn fonli'actfui-mtp-I l)lyiiig      Mnjesly'ii rwrf/xinY/i'TRAIN 01L. j    -i. DislAbutldit of the 0\\, Kitli a Torm of the I'lnder, twill lii: sceu (itVii'i.Oj/ii-'c.'     ^ �       '    . S11'J'ciiHi-r iMLbe rebcii^ed after Ttmtheo^CUnl: viitheHay of Tivni>i,'Hnf any noticed, unluss the iiarty^ ot ati iigcnlfor ot The COU.N FY of NORTHAMI'l'ON. 15ox;4s.-Pit,%. Arh-ii\Khx rettirij you ftiv best tlwnks for R>iJthejj(Mf�rmaHce,ti> hcgii} at eight otloek    )'hroM-�    -B. t'le c*) ituiUji. iui ii.rrejiMngaMirtaocre   hii>4� tour , Iliave received since I bad the h(i.iour of 4iiit\kd,Jrcssi...' Lvveuuii Strand, from twelve- till I'titi'tdihTii >hft Gdneyv jn-toctgr-stri'gt. the4>(M-taRenat.thi �fen'n�e^ nwiV^mtetJwith floexchangerby-a^ a letter to Major U. SpruigGafdcqiGoffce-hoHiic, Gbaring-cfops. , I^OUNTIIY nOV^K to'Ll-Vr, Furniacd or* -V/ UiifUrnislu'd, for one, t�vOi three, four, fivA, or six 'Years; situateat Wexham,near Stoke.On'nii,fJ�Cks,-alieiit fmirnulesfrflimAVindsorvm the centre oF I'udd ,Sj',!irts ; cwM-sistinj? of three Parlours,-anil\1ive Ued.R�j>ni-, A.:lh.t\vo sw.antf  Red-roogis;- 1)a:rit's, and Oiit-hi>'.i5''s, witii. f ct'for which tho .LONDO-V lA'M ASSOtI.\TI{),V lias been tovmiMl, is to islablisii aii Insti^tutioJi.f/iV the .Assnr.u'cr ot Lrvts, npnri the niO;tecii!i-fibli- and b^enehcial, prii-.eiiilrs.-C.tinipls'te ^(.Tiiuity jto its ,j .Members, and'tlie mnftailvanlaxeou.-i nio;le of ditidili;; {iiVioiij; | them the lUSjt bpiiefijs i)_f their cngjigjT.ionls, iiavebecn, -it is-prc.'Ainied, equally attarned. ' HtU.foimatijiij of nil .lUert subscribed Capital, wliieh both calculationaiide.xpericncc jirove to cijiitribiite notuiiiir to ilio MieeiJJi .' .Asiocia-tioiico.ihilivitiv �:n'r their plan to a ffiocr-HO;; piiblir, as at-lonlin-.; tue mears o;l ellccliP}!; the inipoiMaat ribjtct f^f l.ire.A^uniiiei', rifthe least jierr-Diinl evpoiice porsil-.le to tf.r A>-iu-cd. Sbaniis; witli evcrif.Memb-r a p?ilvct eniiinuiiii-tv ot interest, the Situation ot the l)uve.ioi"3 will 4ii*�r.l tlic" bfst jruar.nit'- '-'r tiie ut' , so etirly aiul unevjicrtw! a CwasJ,ioehat,-ur,!iii( s ^r.'WV) An^l coiivuiced ,t>iCliic'io1es which W^i, I look, Wiltljp'col- rttiieqsnc? No. :i8, St. Paul's Chureh-yari between hoiiw of ten and four.' !mTO^ nioiis, /Canterbury: Piuekwell, JNiehester;, M arren, War-�ate;{,\Valdrott,,'IIot>veUs, �risRh.; (Jie^gMJiiSj Liycrpool; IrbiHjideV AbiTtfeerf; and most Perfumers and Medicine VwiidtTi, yriee ^s. c.^ch Cube*. �    ' " i4r HI&jL(Mi$> iuid other COftt PLAfJifTS of the STO^ � OftlENl'Ali VKtW/rABLB CARDIAL, , By WsMnjcstyV Royal Letters Patrtit.'-      -r|^^E S^lub^tm^s Pdwert of. this COUpiAL harjc 'ijid wWitv.   It greatly iojCre^^s*? V n>..�on,' Bird^FtSrtirii-s t:hu iitAm(�!l|i ben^hcihl, yl>v;br^lng;)theL,ner\re9,fch,e spirits, aii(tetViag vigour M (hb jystenL i^'bb .ttt}{tll\{it<)i9 :iti� luividj$^Miived�eri�< �xcructhtin(ppii*ti or ipiKw ileuqe, b'udUies,. te, juroQioies Ai^ WelS: 'Inlaiiitinffs, ^yi UftbiWbfv ...     i�em4teafcle.h6nii�r tobr,,    Gentlrajfeit; .   �      � -�^ftlrsrrtvj* ri-:-p'.Tt,      . �. .             . Your :l/',^i!^r;t i!u;ij'.ile*yStrrvrtnt; Cotterbrnojt, Aug.    __-VlLl.lAM LAN(;H;AM. I his Day ispubhslied,m two la^se \ ol�ii�es  \ork.i>t an ancient E.vpositor, the .'Rev.. Air. William Unrkitt. �  HvUiP Rev. SAMUKL C'TjASSE, m); E.RiS: Rector ofWiinstead, Esse.*:": and Cliaplain'ln Ordinary to nis.Maje.4.y'. ' - . �" The pleapiire of Reading the Word of God; increases with our tauiiliar knov.b'dgc ot its contciitsi'-it jncreascs TAith the iiiqn^ised eoiisriousiies.',that we are doing ii posltlV(^ aad iiidispeiisiliie dc.tv iii.studviiig it^. and with the.full coii-vletiou ot the deC]) and everlasfing concern v.'rich we have in the Irnih of lis dDctrines, and tlie authenticity ot its re-e^irds. -^IJishop ot St; David s'Evidonces ol tlie Initii of Cbtisli.iuitv-        r , - Sold by .J.ftatchard, 190, Piccadilly; and JI. D. Symonds, PateriiosieB-rrow. ' ^"      . ^ ^ . i his day IS published, pncK&. lid. New aiid appropriato. SVSIMCM of I';DUG.V-,.TK)N for the L\lJOUIU.\(; PEOJM.K.; elucidated lind-e.vphnned; according to tlie pl!in v.hich h:is been e.-it!!blislicil for tlie JieligiDUs and Moral Ijfih-iietion of Mule :iiid Feni.ile Cliildren, adiuitted into the I' reo School, -No, Jii, Orcharrt-Hlrect, in tac (.!i(v of Westminster; coMtaining an evpos.tion Oi the Nature and Inij.ortarce of the l)esi!�n, as, it rc.'i K'cls t1ie penerJiI ilitfrrst of the Coinrnunilyt with DitaUs explanatory otthe particular economy ot t'le ll1^ti-tution, and tn..' met hods prescribed tor'the purpose o| seciiri iii!;;mil pivscrvingagrcater.degree of moral r.cntude, m a mc'atS.T m pivventing criminal oltencce by habits or tempei'-auco, IndiKtrv, subordination,and Inyalty, amniig that u>elul rtavsoftUe {-ommuuitv, comprising the Labauring i^-ople of l.nglaii'.l. lo^vhlcll are added. Concluding Ob.-iervations on the importance.ot e.ttendinjr the Sv.stom generally aid rinti siiuction of the Leffi.slature. Ey P. COLQlJjlOUN, LL.D. London; Printed for.J. Hatchard, li;0, Piccadilly sold by the Ijooksellers in Town and Country. Of" wiiam may speedily be had, by the sainip .Aiithor,. under the and' thc^Labouriiig People, particularly the rising generation, by a combination of political eCiUnOiUy, calculated to pitxtiue sonnety ahd imlu^try, to reduce tiie parucliial rates of the kingdom, and gen-rally to prnniote the.happiness and secir-rity ot the c.Mnmiuiity at lar^e, by thtjdiniu.ntion oPim'mor.il and P''nal (iifences, andthe tutuie prevention of crimes. may be Used at ;ill seasons. The A* were, forwarded to the Proprietor iinsuiight for and unsolicited, and were eonsequenrty dictated by the best of motive.^, Giatitudc, tt)r the benefit the writrrs hud received. The Remedy Is sold by Messrs. Mathews and Leigli, N o. IR, Strand, LtJndon.- Price 8s. M. a bottle, (duty included.) One bottle IS a complete Restorative. ______ This davjs published,iirice 4s. . SlJPPUiMKiNT to the DISSERTATION on the lim YEARS :' {jontiining a full Reply to the Objectionsanil Misi'epresentatior.s of tlib Uev. E. W . Whita-kerj^onjp H eniajks-wn certain ptirts oi' the Author i own �is-sert<^ion, and a. View of the present-posture ot AUa^t); as connected with Prophecy, By;theTfcv.' ^-� "'>s)''ee the Orthgiltjtr Churchman^ .SlagayjiVv f�K anuarv^^ ('^rttU-iii Reylc* fof February* British CiMc fof-JiW:. Monthly Review for Oc* hiher, aiid ('hrlstiiiir dbserver ?Hjifc>'"cen>bi�r, 18UJ. Printed for P.. jL', and .f. Riv"S|i^' N"- .St. PaaT* Clitirch-vard ;' Loiigiiian, Hurst, Rri?S>!�nd Omre,' Patcmb** fer-row s and J, llatchard, PircadilW. \,vv     - --,-------:---:-� 'II ' Tbisday iS published, Vols. 1 and^, price ISsf'W. cacli, in boards. ^"h.. npiIE tnUL.'VlWiJhPlIlA MRDIGAH-kMU^ X SKUM, coodiictedby JOHN .ItliDMAN CCSgG, M. D. Philtidelphi BookSi-Her tft    . ^ailtU�.;i!tff vrbt|4n.Wav Q^iJatioK'tftV^'t^^ liKPO.t!Ki    tbe flie Right U�4iwifa*fc WlHmin,PiM^w ' ~* ^ AiftHi1iHtfiti(iff< tftKo^-irds, Ife. This day is publisbedviartd ^totlbe WUd of'the principiil: sellers in tno United Kingdom^ han^^mely ;pr)tit�d tiiyo. With aRlan, price 12&. board?, i-iim GAZ|;;TTEJER 6f SeOTLAND, eon-taininjr a' particular und cnUciie ftcscriptioti of jihc Couijties, Pfiriiili.es, Tslands, Cities, T�wn.s,* V illagea,' Lakes, : Rivers, Mountains, Vallieys, &c. ot that Kiuedoni.; VVith ap Account of .the Political CopstHutioh,'. Historyv Extent, Bouiidaricsj State of Agricultuirc.Popiuliition, Natural Hi*-.: tory, BniWings, Scats of the ff�bijity - and; Gunlry, Roadj,. &C.;&c,':''-.......'.i .�����.� EHin^urglr: P^flnted for Archibal'ConstablCj^and Co. Edin-burgtt;.and John Murray, London,    i    >, '- ' : 'In 'the present Eifitlon of-the. Gazetteer w Sr.atlaail,' the Publishers havQ be^-ntinxiouatbMncltadc every tlj^igrte-latiiig t of �ll li;'-��jilv*'yi"�-'n'.ft'"k'-able Nntutal (,'n(rioSity;, and i-'very reniattpiijri'AnttquMy, �s gWfUi |n,tlipiA"W">^nt'�f tUe Ol|l��ct� in wbi| tti�iH�retmk..i.w,v. feVM fhJit thciufijIiTfotn �a roriMj tinf;W*ciT(W?ysWiy'� oUiiM i� opt fcusceptib.isi}t;imifehle|i>l�eUijii�h�itiAliv1�nKH��^ ie- of cWrisaUltig tl^e ihiiiHit^ib'TouOrtA IV^'StQ^ Scotland, it will ^t least urp.ve   \ulvmt>l9i'a(|j(itbii'y tO these,; tron^ the 5uperi()ritv of iiitnmiation wblch a: y/�rk of this kiid most necettsawy have over others wbicl| only rclute trankiuut DccurrvDccs and observations, Xbis Day is publisliedi in two vols. octaVu. pficc ios. In - boards, a New Edition, corredeiJ, of , THE HISTORY of the iJlFB antl RTOIGN of PHIL I Pv KING of M.ICBDON ; the Father ot ALEXANWEIt.   . lly THOMAS LELAND,t>.D. Fellow df Ti^inity College,-Dublin. Printed for Langman,�liurst, Rees,aiidOrine, Paternoster-row ; and J. J'lrk'-ri tixtord.'- _'       - ESi'ATE AGENCV. l^bis Day is published, in oiicvojuiiie, octavo, iilu.stratcd by .' DlagraniiJ, price Ilall-a-tiUiiieu, in bo.iriis, rflJIE    M.\NAGI5.MENT   of   LANDED X ESTATES, a GENERA*'WORK; for the Use of PROFESSIONAL MEN : being an Abstract ot tlie more enlargedlreatisc on Liuided Property^recently published^ ' Bv Mr. MARSHALL. Printed for Longmaiii Hurst, Recs, and Orme, Pater-"noster-i'ow.   Ot whom may be it id. An Elementary and Practical Ireatise on thu Lanjed Property (it Enstland: comprising the Piircliase, the Improvement, and the ccecutive MiiU'igeineiit ,ot Landed Instates: and moreover contiiiaing what relates to tlie general Concerns ot Proprietors; anil to such huljjeefii ot Political Ecoiioiny, as nrc iiitimatelv connected with Landed Iij-terest* 111 1 vi)1..4tc). elegantly printed, and lUustlratcd by Diagrams, price. I wo Guineas, III boards. ^ i This Air lMP01il\N' \DDIlION to t.ic SIOCK of , BOOKS of EDUCATION, Dr.y is i>;u)lisae;i, printed on good paper, and in a clenr tv^u-.;c()ivrimii(liiii;insi/,ewith Dr. Mavor's Bntisii Nejkis, price .)s. liOLnid, wrtli the tall allowance to Schools, it!. V^-. JJOOlv ; or Thiee llimdretl and M.vty-Jive JlrtDiMi Li:ssoNS tor Seliools of either Sex: ci):iii)!iii)n.% �it!i the l,lemeiits ol all Kaoivledge, a jvrcater .Nuiiitii-.r.it r-arting l.xereises, trum the best Aultiurs, iiiaiKMv to t>ett>uiid in.anv otiier Work ot the same description : +�erv I..e5.sii(i litivintr�,\ clearly detinedobject,and tMeii'. ln9;some principle uf ?(:ieiice ormonilitv, or some impt>rtaiit liMh. .        ilv tlie Rev. DAV U) iJI.AlK. Mie-Authnr lia ii.tw�u, Ui;it-. ulllioiigh there at pri--sent exist sever.it r;;celie;ii, hooks tijf ieacluiij; Headjne asnd .-.locution, the object ot tiiem does not extend Deyotid tiie mere consbiiiatioii ol ^^ urds ; und they consist almostcntirdy ot passliges, selected .^vnil relcrenceto beauty ot coinpiisition .only.   In tiiH prc.>ent >M)rlv, I'.legaiice has bvra nnited with (. tilitv; .Sound and >-h-,\ki'. have been stii.lion ly combined ; and J-J ice has aUvay.s been adapted to tlie piirpo-e.s ot . Ir.st^U'tioii.   In short, every oae of tiie le.^sofii in thi.l Cl.iss Hook, is calcifl^led to niulte: the iouiig Reader both wiser and better.    ' The Author's own evperienre ai a Teacher, suggested to him the division of his booli. into three hundred and iixtj;-live , lessons, orynefor every day in th(j yeair; in each of which, thosubject^|o:^t^cr�'is jiencr.illy iimshcd within the suitable" leir^th of u le.~;'on. Thu division, it |s obviuwl, will he sit-(ended with eqiial degree of tonveiiieiice to tne TiUuruml Pu()il in the actuiil biisimvs of a public .Seminary. Printed lorHictiarai�lullips, .No.i-, Ur.dge-nrect, Blfick-friap; nnd to be had of all Boului'llers lut|�^ United Kiiig-doiiv        .\. .' . ;^     ;. .� �    .   .______ GREGORV'3 -VlECHANICS, ' In twolarjjeSvo volum-s, besides a voliujie containing Fiftj'-live Quarto Plates,    , Thisdavispiiblislied, price 11. IKs. in boards, A TREATISE of MECJIANICS, Theoretical, xIl. Practical, and Descriptive. By OUNTII^S GREGORY, Of the Royal .Military Academy, Woolwich. Vol. I. Uookl. On St.itic3, eoitiprisiiig tne composition and Resolution ot Forces, ttic t;entre ot Gravitv, and the Centrobrayc Method, Mechanical Powers,'Strength and Stress of Materials, and the Theory ot Cords, Arcties, and Domes. Bonk 2. Dynamics, iii which are treated Motion';, De-scetitsaiid Accents .ilonedilferent Li/u-s and Curves, I'loyec-tions, Ricochet-firiiig, Pendulums, Central-torces, Centres of Oscillation, Spontaneous Rotation, �!i:c. Don Juau's Theory of Percussion, and, the motion of. Machines and' their maximum htlects. y Ilooky. Hydrostatics, including the pressureof non-elastic. Fluids, IhespeciJic gravltV of solid and fluid Bodies, with an e'xti'tteive Table, the Equifibrium, St.abllity, and Oscillations of Floating Bodies, and capillary Attraction. . Book4. l]lydroivni>n>i�'-''i treating ot the discharge of Fluids tfarouf>h Apertures, and of the .Motion of Water-wheels, with Accounts of important experiments on those interesting � topics.' Bo6Jt.'i. Pneumatics, includlnj: the Equilibrium, and Jlor tioii-of Air and other clastic lluiflfs; the measurement of Altitudes bv the Barometfrand Thermometer; the Theory of Air abd of: Water Puiiqis, and theResistauce ot Fluids. A'ol. II.  Contains Remarks on the Nature, Coa^truclion, I and Simplification of Machinery, on Friclioihiud theRigi-tinnxT , �l>ty of Cbrds, 'Fir�tM<)v VhytevlIiirm�,'&c. ydra�ile.F�i(iib W^ Mi^cket,.'SaificJMil's Ma ' chine,-DearSoriie'S IiiigiiK�,^c..,;   .      '.     . �Oii|!i�illS'aiid0^diiaUceb9Firtj?|^^^ .      i    . CtfiiV'ivanecsiWi' Parallel tObtions,, by; CartwH-igbt.'Dry- Vt>)f'iouSPiuniv�,7vi/h UemSrks on,Pist��i8aiid VaUes. Ki|^}fi'sirrii*$ Ntdehiiie for4Lviding Mttth^^^        tus'ilruuionts^' ; Oitiitrivancc*j3(*rreveisii% piiid ijjia      motions.. , -   ., StapcpictUS, nyHiraliiiirty l^ludj^S B� l.^^^^ 'r "ri(e�m' Rhgitic?, by Npwooiuonv: Blalf^evy' GuituborouglK /\^�4t;. J^^^niWdwcr,', 04ttj�iijft>t," *jiuire>>yV lic�tniic�urt, .AVbbm&G,'; �>.!��*:�,;:, j. Biwmah's JldcKiBC for Matl'w diflSfrent.kltvIs of S^jrfiicpn.,, Rule? for forrainfe Teetb-und WJpc'rs s with Aliiudslay'ii Teetii-cottlnsf Appafiitu*,     ,      a ^      vv'H^-    , f .. lIori|d|uil'uU Vertical; an^^ ^VittdtSiTlif.Vertlcnl; W?l;rt9|�t4|V&c.> by. V^ttt*. BcaUouf iBvwiteviwdottifi^,, .,ii�i.ii^iit\i,'.''�';!?���        '>-'"�.. Tide-mms, (afSubject ne�ffijb�Wte ttented |H aSy^Ei^ish ;^ork^'WiW^co(>trlvivne� b^^lgf �  ?^t^r-�H^^'Su^*o^d?^ , ^.^jrjnt(?d |�lrrU*.Ke^wlev^|':U>st-^eetil4'W becix found a sovereign remedy in spitting blooil, o� lu coses uf. broken ribs, or anv inward crush, bruise or fritctare, bV taking a tcaspooiiful in a glass of �;oW spring wnter, tora'week together. Forty drops in a gilass of cobi s^iiig iv,-iter is an eUccluul cure for sore- eyes,., I'be virtut� ot -thu Stiptie, ail> not confined to the human species ooly, as it is ^'qually ifeefnt in wounds or bi-uisesirt all dcscri)>tiotis of animals, amt bw longbecii known toSportsmeu iii^tlw .^touth.by tbe nmne Oi' the MuMchesler Oil, and no application was ever fomulinor" quickly ethc:teious inaU woumtsor briHses in dof^ or Wirsea." 1 f it shijuld grow tliick m soy ere frost, benij^ hold u few mi-iwtes by a waiMi hir. will rostm-e it, and it kCpt wellsttfM>e(!tf no time Hill destroy its virtues, Made and sold by TUoiivas Thiickerav, Ashton-nwier-LiiU'viiea'rManchester.-Andahosoldf Uy'liis api�oi,iiiiie.it, .by iXiossrs. Baton niidC'o. No: , 1.50, Oxford-street, oppo-! site New Eond-stvoct,l.oiH don. Wholesale \ enders.>- Mr. Staines, i\ianolu':ter.= Mr.-" Atkinson, ditto. Rlr, Daniel Lviicli, duto. Mr. VSugban, (lute  Mrs. \:eooke), ditto. Jlr, Beiitj Barn!iU�v. Mt'.'Bliins, llaliP.iXi . Mess. IVcu^k aitd, Lanca&bire, '   HuddersficVl:= Mr. SUW Pwjston.-V  Mt. l,ekh,i AtUefttone^   , MtM.'^l^ftand AVbltuiarsb, Afiiby aDthe prliKlgulVeiidei?!of Midifilttrti hf \ittK\f^- N.B. Anv Letters aOdretwito-Thomas rhacke?*viiukr ton undet'LW, ��ll be duly �it�i�ded to. Trtr. Sheperd, MnnstfclJ. Mr. ftlOUjisjV, Presiviu.v Mr.C.recB.llci'eford. Messi-s. Elder :ilid Co. �dhi- Mfrifaaarrf, Bath. Mr, Dfcwry, Dirty. Mr. AVood, Sbrewsbury.-Mr. Walker, Nfcw'oasile-up- Mr. FkHcher, Cliester; i\lr. Ki�s,.ii v\>Vil.', Mevsrs. IfoU, anif , ,Ne�aAfj,- , . M r. W (liiaia W jloock,jChor- Icv.      � , Messrs >V lAverp'ool. �    '� "r   

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