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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                4380. FRIBAYy MXmSl^m, 1^6. �AUXHA:LL.-rUndcr. the Patronage of Iiis: RovalHighness the iPlrince of �Wales.-THIS PRj;-NT I'VENING.will he a SUPJERB gala and FIRli iv 61 IKS.-Admission :)3. 'Ilic Public are'resppclfuUy informed, the Gardens will  f1ibpt'orthpspn?on.in.thtf course of a few davs.       ' TotiiC GENTLEWEN, CLERGY,and FHEEllOLDiiRS of the COUNTY of NORFOLK. Oentlbmen, � IHAVE ever retained the most grateful sense of the zP'il and libErnlity with which I wiis snpiiortWlhy so iTPuectJtble a. boilV.of-Freeholders at the l.ist (}ener;il Tlectioir, and have alwavs held mvseiniound, and pahlicly   �      � '        -'-   �----------- ; A ------f,J_ ,ltV ., li.if been caiicii prcmininv, it n is tar.rshed; >i';ialpr"'ifrtl';'^"'(Mi's h-i'l hi-fii lonsfDlicitriiii various � :� i)-,' tlic tVti-iii!* of iTic p;vj*'iit ^l^.'m})Ws. HitUevlo Ihe :',v, iiiftbii-rtcoptiiin 1 luivc iii'/t with has far fnjjrassed my -,110'i.~ iii^uint'i-v,'C.'t;i�i m Kir.:Windhai5i,but it dors nOt m .i'l^ .(Lart^e alter   v foi tj*^ feshUjAiii d'< plied frti^t;) so riiT.rv fliCt^riasvroiiTHsv of yaiur i<�uriftba-1 r-,ja�d;itrqst 1 Sii*"!! cofiti^uo. tfl ciijAafht samiMtt'inly ^tid i.'ilepe.ld'-it r-iip-port iv'.urn' nlv fttmilv flaH fn'i' uiji'S wpen-eM-i-<\. ..Df! v/itli wliich 1 was so t�!culi;?rl\ hiTnoured attho �    I ;i;ivc tUc IfortO'ir to W, .�. _ .�With.tv/n-y si�ntluiiftitol if?S}:ectart^gf?titu(!�, "innf ohugediuid dcv.itM fierviint. "2 i-atn�i' cor.iMin, aJ* l'hMruii;-!-.n)Si, and &t. jMargafut's 'HillilJoi-oiiE;;!.. . OilXJj3Y and Co. ^^.ii-)S; AM otiier(;ap!'t^n'>\M) POUND Pltl/H. IIVI   . JJOti'-POUND PR�/l.S,{fml>u; Vc()i,eXc!u!iitit.   '      . ; , '1\> he dcJit'ciiM from time to/tlMeaidcmundestyinlo tlie' Vidiiiiiliiiif Stores lit Jkjitfprd, Portamoutfi, I'li/moutfi, dnd Corl;, at I lie Con'.nnAKi-s exiiutu-.e itn bi> ^mirriinfedio keep giwd aitd .sutind for llie space ofStx'Mdlith.i'froiii the reiiptrUve peniid's'of (IcUivriji mitl^tolie piKul fot bf BlUii ^Ujiabte, wiHi li'ilcreU,'iilnvty diiijyofl't.rdifie..    ,' ,v. ^   Tlie aihdilioiis aftlieC(fr.iruxl$ thtty bf.srcn a^ihe Secrelat/fs -OlJire, and al t/iii Oyive; or, i)/ upplyinn '� !l>^f' Jolm"Wil-VUiin'f, liunUiirci(le,^Jtent for the y'icimiCHng tdC^ iVo regaid ivi'l be fiXtif to anif,'J\nder'ia tc/ticjtjtlte Price shall Aol be iiuertrdht xi:urdx nt teiiiiHit.i'''tlxii AiuU'not H deOcercd latUe-Uourd before One VtVwcfc *rt Me. W'V v Joan HalcbnrJ^ Epck&ttler to IlerMa etity^ No. IW), oppositi- Alluinv, Pfr-ca'iillyof tt'hom mav be had, price a flrief Ex- ^'.nmitron mtothc Inoreai^eot ine. Revenue^ CoinnuTre, and Navi'CutiO') ot ^ir:'^at Kritai'i, flurinj;. the Admiixstration of thi'RIffht Hii^iourable William I'itt, witii allusions to some of liieprrne pal Events, which oceurred.in tii a pecol, anda slcetct{,c>f Mr. Pitts Character, by the Ri-iit llaii^aribie Georiit-Ro e, M. P. , ] his i.iv Is pul>l:s!ii'd, price Js. od. CIIARQE delivered to fhi� (OLKRGY of 4.1U,). 1 M 20. Tot ) V.ilue. . .l.iit1,0ilK) .   P,t)JJ .   l\iW) ..  b,m Till, i .nnd SliiHTf 1 iclvH. .. nro on Sale at, a 11 tin; TjOtfeVY ....l.l!)       0 Kishth...... .�......2 11 ''MXtl'CJltll ..... ....   I     fi VS. 10  '2 0,|- I Vi his day IS puolrsn.v!, ]>n.('" u's. od. ^ New a!ul appropriate ill.rii�r-�*] oi T'^DTjCA-./^ TiON f(^rthe LAKOURING PHOl-XE; elucidat-oil and explained^ apcordinp; to the plan m'lilch has been . .tabli�ltrd for the-ReliKioHS avid MoimI Initrnction .ot .Male n.ul Female Cliildvfii, admitted into the live bcliool-:mi. 1;:, Oi-charrf'�treet: in the City ot WesliiiinaeH cont^Mii'ir; an exposition of :(lie Nature and Importance  scrviiif; a greater dep-ce.of raoral rectitude, as a nieaas of pr8ventVpj!;^*criminal tjlfenciVi by habits of temper-Jincc, iiiiVnstry,,siiboidh!ati�n, and loyaliy, among that eyeful-riass ol the (Community, comprising the Labouri n^ People of :i:n t;.i,(|. /po which avfvaddcd. Concluding^Obsutvations on the importHiiceot extendmfjthe f)v?tem goucially, under the aid qndsiuu-tip.i or the Lecislature. \         Hy P. COLQUitOUN, ll;d.'      � .LflriJcn: Printed for J. llatcharil, I'JO, Piccadilly; and sold !jv the Boa'.csellers.in.ToAvu and Country. ; Of wiiiim m.iy spe.idily hchad, by the jirime .Author, Propositions f;�r Ameliorating the Conditionof the Poor, by uaveiilmg pitvcrty from descmdinir into indigence, and for /nprovinp the inoVal habits, and increasing the [comtorts of ..i.'Laiiiiuring People, �^particularly the rising generation, l?.y. HCDinbination of political ecoiioinvi calcalatcdito produce fi'hrie.ty and industrvi toreduce tbe uarochial rates-of tlrfi Wiigdom,-and generally to promote the happiness and secu* riiy of tlie coininumtv at lar^e, by tlicdimuniti'o:* of immoral liiia p innl ollenccs, ;*nd the fixture prevention of crimes. No. iO, Charme-Cro^, near th^ AdnnraltY, London. "AllEHOUSE for the POWDERS, &c. to t>fvent aiuV flure the YELLOW FEVER, and other M4LlGNA:N?F,ii.PESTILENTiAL D1SJ2ASES.- Jjistitutedtiftder the? Sanction of slciirulPhysicians'.r: � ' This Remiidy has, beeEugcoved to be so ef$cacioiis in subduing and destroymjjinfejiuuujipeyert, th9.tthp Public ouiy; iiecd,be iifforitoetfjthai-dicy^riiay besuppNed wUbltg^enuinp cit the abovflWarehoueej an4atUie)?�oprietor's MafehOgses in Liverpool^ Bristol, suid. Ghisgo^irj which have been cst^tlHiy, Kshed solely for the . Salb of. tlfes YELLOW F�VEil'] P.EMEm.        f ^      ' The Priceaf. eacUtBo:^is Qne Gumea, whidhcflnUini a 5Ullicient quantitv for the ^ii^e one Person for twelve Months, andample Uirertioiis.forltsUae and Applicaiioiij as'wcllas.AdvicehOw to insure Health in the Westiiidiesi America, .^tc.-&c.&:c. by aaeininent Physievani    � n. B. Thc'inost satisfactory proof may be $eeii at each of l!te Warehouses tiiat thi!* Reinedy has"Sav'ea'tli6 Lives of iiu aiJ JtOU{>,atid othri COMPLAINTS oi the STO- � -.v.;    : ukGa,>&c:/ �   � ORIENTAL VEGETABLE CQUDIAL, fJJyWiiMastiBtjt^Iloynl Letteia Patent rll E S{l}4ljrious Powers of this CORDIAL have bcenJjpBftjind.uukvtrsallv aicknowledged by the tcstl." niwny ot tlt^and^. 'It Is a iHeasanl^Biife, and effectual- re-Jiiedy In Bilious iliteoraer^,- tjf^tucitttlitg^jain or spasm of the �omaeh and bowels, sickneSB^'Votnitiasillataltncei en|ditics,' vnd acidity. IH creaky increases tlWs lippetite, pron'iotes di-|(i>.-niiin, aiidffrtfjaiC^;,tliifc stomach' and bowels. liiAintiiiS* tinI'Ohit of !,jiiutN AJer.vQ�i9and b-vsteric-rd�, t!i - S 'c.jnd Editio  of Useful Hints to those whonr.^ aiH cied witli l{np-tur.et, n H)h* nature, cure, ;i,nd consequences ;n Ifte il weas.-, sm^ � ' tie empirical practices ot the nr -sfiit (\>i^\    _ Just puhlisli;^d, X ANTIDOTE ^TO POISOX ; or, a Tuli nrPLY to Ilr. JErFi'\S"i 4.' 1 \i 'C oi t'l-Character snd Conduct of the PRINCE of AvALi:;s,. cov tiiainq;^ seviral unpottnnt particulars derived fr)ui i.utiiuii-tic sr.;ii-ces ot Uiloraiation.  .       ;       ,    By CLAUDTO. " Privc!-..-Tl!OU say'st true, IIosu:'SS, and he 3l-i:id.'r:j tic.; most liribsU. " IloyT.-So he doth v�v, my Lord ; ;in.l said thir.oUicr day, v ;.-, . . 4N orRODUcrioNfo t;,f Cri.oCrR why ot fiv- NJ 1* TLSTIMLNT; cJi ipi 1 1 '^n 11 n rv Ciironola;;ical and ^icogtapliical: View oi tie l-.venf.; re^ cfirded re-p ctms the Alinisirv ot Our Saviour ; witii Qac3-tiOiis tor hxamiiritioi!,-ijid an accented hidcK, nnncip illv d'K.p.ned tor tlie Use ot iV onna; Persoiw, am! ffWrHic bmiday Employment of hcllocls. .       �     Bv LAJ^T CARPFNTKJl. .       -Pnnten far the .\nthor, and sold'by Longman, Iluritj Ree?, and Orinf, Piifrnoster-row. - G^EGdRY'S vMKCIlA'N*iCS, In two large 8yo volumes, besidesa-volunie containing Fifty-.,   ' five Quarto Pla.tt-'S,' Thisdiiv is published, pri^i; 11. t*??. in bnaftfs,    .,' TREATISIC of MEGHAN res Theoretical, Practical, and Descriptive. By OLINTilUS eRECORY, Of the Royal Military Achderay, Woolwich. Vol, I. Book 1. ;OA Statics, comprjan^ the composition and Resolution of Forces, the Centrn 'ot (iravity, and the Centrobravc Method, Mechanical Powers, ^trenslh' apd Stt*ss of Materials, and the Theory of Cords, Areues, and Book 2. Dynamics, in which lire treated MolionsiDe-t scents and AscentC along different Lints and Curvesf PiOjec-' tions, Ricochet-firuig, Pentiului.is, Ccntral-torces, Centres of Oscillation, ISpontaneous Rotation, &r. Don .lisan's Theory of Percussion, .aiid> the motion ot Machines and their maximum EtFerta.: 7 - Bobk.l. Hydj-�feta;tic�, including.the pressure of nrtn-elastic fltiids, tlie specific gravity of solid and fluid BodiO.�,, withan extensiVcTanle, the Equilibrium, Stability, and Oicillations of Floijtmp Bodicj, and capillary Attrietidn. Book 4; Hydroil^inn�ics, treating of the discharge of f lu-ids thtousfh Aper^reji and of the Motion ofi >Vater-wlieel�, wUh accounts of impprtant experiments on those interesting .topics.: �  1    � v: .< � Books. Pneumatics, including the Eqcilibrimn,and Motion-df Air'and other clastic llUids; the measurement of Altitodes by the parometerajul Xherraometer; the Theory of Air and of Water Pumps, arid the Resistance (it Fluids/ � f (jiL II. GoirtaliiB Remauks an the Nature, Construction, 'SndvSlmplificatidn of .Machinery, on I nction and the Rigi-i^ltyof Cords, First Movetr, toijethtr wit'i "JV-blPsaud Di'--O^ipjions of nearly 'I wo Hundred curious and useful Machines; �o� *hichv however, only a few can be specilied in an Adver-Os^ent.      ^ ^ , . Atwood's ingenious Apparatus for variable Motions. Improved Beam Compasses, by Walton. !prony/s Condenser oKl&orces, applicable to WindrnjU-?. la, J 111. bottles of rv-, (jd: itiid 'Jr, cnth.; .-uid wijr ic-'"""hijp.kcepcrmalmost eVeiJ tbwniii filicLt Bnt..iu �Fay- , , ^    J f^t^tintaini Darwin's Engine^ IIiJngariaiiMaehuic'the' Spiral Pump, Desagtiliers's Drawer and Bucket, Sarjeant's Ma Chine; Dearbonie's Engine, &c. ..Oil-mills and Ordniiriceboring Machine?. : Centiivancesfor Parallel Motions, by Cartwright, Dry-den,&c. . � � ., : ,   �    - .1  , , ,   Various Pumps, with Remarks on I-(Sto;is and Valves, v Ramsdcn'iS Machine fotdividingMatlwmatical iiistrmnenta. Contnv^nces tor reveiniflg 4nd chdiifiiig motiA"?. Scapements, by Gralfum, Mudgc, LeLafon�, &e. ; ). Steam I ngines, by Newcomeii, Llakey, i^aiiw^oroufjh. Watt, 'Poyflblowerj C^rt)vrlghti Hfurrayv Buttanwurt, Wholfj&cv ' BMmali's Jliachlne for Planing difterent kinds of Surfacj^s. �Rules tor fb/miiig Teeth ^nd- Wipers j with Maudslay's Teeth-iuttitig Apparatus. ' Horiwntal, VertieiU. and Circular Saw-mills. \ . �  .,  0�N,KFArro'y CO\'!iUMI�TlON.    , Tills Day 'is tnJblisUed,. iu oiw.elegant volume, ^lost octavo, . 4' m�AT;ISE on the OKIGIN, tROGaESS, Ws^^^^^^^^i       -^R^A^MENT of .CON- Bil^^bcrOf >Ue Rwyai^oUece of P-,iysiciftiw, I-ondoii; Se--B*or.Pljvsicl|in,toiliel^lt^burvDtgpeii��rj', aiid Lenurer on tl�0 Theory and Prt�ctice �f Med iciiie. ^ l^iidWj  ,M,D, Shnthwnrk; aijd nil otVr Buok^liers. Dr. MAVOH'S. N{iW-WORK. This DdylS published^ iu tw.> ElegantlVoluinps foolictip octavo, prire i's.-in boiinlti, Afather's care to His children; eortsistiiMrof Ori^i.Kil E.SSAVS', TALES, 1'AULES, REFLECTION^,       Ac.   � ' iJy WILLL-VM MAYOR, LL.D. Rector of Stonesfield, in Ovfm-d'ihire, Vicar of Hurley, in - ak'rksliire, ^iid'Chiiiilfiiiito tlw Karl of Molra. IVhitedfor RiCliariPirdlips, ISo. (j. 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' .There is in the sentiments of the former a'mijc-tute of phiianthropy, of indiflcrence to all reli-gions, and perhaps too of an inveterate hatred to Christianity, in favour of which the Mretclied condition of tire Jeivs is avouclier which their frieadi are iHixiotis iip/b/e/jr/;j^/lo de�trc)y. These dispositions, favourable or ijnfavonrdbt^ to the Jews, are more aptt&be felt in Germany, where they have prodigiously increased ifl number, owing to many causes both political and roligiousi This people of travellers, in their slow march from Asift towards Europe, �iust have patLscd first, ia the Eaifdpean coantric3,-near >Ti;tcl)cd people,; it evea drew uponIiim-froniascientihcman whoassumedtho name of a Portuguese Jew, and supported the character with much politcnes, ingenuity, and eradi. tibi), a morlvfying answer, which Voltaike bortj very impatiently. Probably this celebrated au-thor h.afed the Jews only a.s the dcposiiariL-.s and witnesses of the truth of Revelation, which he had sworn to ariiiihilatti.. What proves it is tn.s having at tho same time drcamtnl of a plan for rel>uikling the Temple of Jerusalem, th;\t eternal o.'necf of tnis rcijret and wishes ot the Jews. It is known that he.strove tomtciest several .viunarchsm that loolisU uiulfrtakiniT, which wa-3 even r.Si."Iros to his purpose; for the dlvm.! orscles which ho sv out J behe, roc'ord the total dj'sfruction of the. L't^niple, and are siltiut abput its re-biiililiniX t and Vui.x.mkb hiTiStilf Jiiiiaisivg when he did not^sve, that it is the ro-cslRblishiniint ot Mo-^es's ^v�orsllip, represented by the Temple, that is incompatible witk the Christian religion, and not the restoration of ail edifice to which no uiteri.st can attach. So far back, however, as 17S3', the academy of Mc.tz proposed thccjucstion of anlm-provcmcnt m the condition of the Jews as a gubjoct of dissertation, tdo not exactly know thu tcrn� of the thesis, but i may be allowed to presume that it rclatt-d mor* to an improvement in their political condition than to a change in their moral state or m thojnse!vi�s. The great book m politics and morals tells us- " beck for Ju?Uce Inst, and the otherthings AviiL  be given to von as a surplus." The philosophy of the Econoni'St.s v/hirh prevailed then, reversed thu maxim, anU said nearly liiis to GoTcrnments- " Contrive hrst to make your peopfe rich and cvsik sovereign,and then moralityaiui vtitucwill come as if it were by themselviiS." According to that disposition, mo re, care was taken to tender prisons wholesome and cptnforta'blej thaii to lessen th causes which, filled them ^^''^^^ culprits ; and public opinion gave to the English work entitled " Oft the Wealtii of Nations," a celebrity far above its intrinsic merit, and which a more moral work, had it appeared under the title ot'" On the Virtue of Nations," would never have oi.�tainpd. : At last phdosophy, dissa'isncd withmling ovex literature onIj, assumed tiie renis of Pollitical G^i-vnrninent in 1 .ance, or rather in Europe, where France has always domiaeered by her arms, her opinions, or her cvamph:, and she was able to give a free scope to her plans of r.uproveiti'jut and universal benevolence. The Jews were the Iirst objects of her philantropliic ailocticns ; and the Constituent Assecably," breaking down uU the fence* erccre* by rdigion and pohcv between them and. the Cluistians, fiave to the Jews the hetichts of the now Cotisticution, %vhich they truly taneii^d they were giving to France, and provisionally-declared them ac/ive Cilizens of the Frt>uch Empire ; a title which j in contemplation of fhc nghis of man newly docreedi was then looked upon as the highest degre* of honour and feticity wincti a human creatnre couhl aspire to ! The Jews had hitherlto enjoyed those general 1�-beraes wiiich ckvilizcd Governments secure t^e free exercise ot to Disn, and which were consistent wuli 'the lehi^ion and manners of a people ahuiys iiv open wartare with the religiou and manneis of every other, I iie Jews were protected in France in tJieir persons and ]-�ropi.�rty, iU\yero the nativi-*^ 4s m-ere tureigners, as were,ilie bWiis,.less straiifjeis than the Jews; except imlitary service, .which aie Jews were not uhmohs to. have a share in, �ul which, oven with respect to the Swiss,'w'^s rather a condition imposed uu tho Helvetic ijatjlqn^ s, Atlminis-rrators, nor Cimrcnm;>ii in Iwuiice, who ivere not even actually-- proprietors, had, irj-.Jaw, many morm rights than the.!ows^ it inriy i-vlmi be n-mar.kcd, thatall Christian G.ovenitnents tlie Jews, wliorcverthoy were settled, the freedom of worship* whicli thev olion nfuswl to those of their own subjects \iho tii,! noi profess'ihe osta-blisheil rulijyoii. liii*, tlie Jews w'ito cast oil' by i<�.ur uJiMuiQi'?^ much more tliaiv oppressed by our"-   

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