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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                -Under liie patVonaBtc of his Tice AdiiiissronUs. . . , OrdcrsWill not be adiulMcil. Dfipts op''ii?at 1(1 Concert brgins at I^igh| rt'riock. Seven, and the !        ��   '"�     '�SQCARK.     rpHE HOlJSp, No. 16, with a spacious Yard jL  !mrt fiuk Entrance, to be \,V:t inr], U, iir'il yc.irs. ^\i.1>K�|*^ Mr. Haiie, SHrveyor, King's lloa(l,l{iWor. 50, Ueaii-strcei, Sohi). � ,  Vim"UAL!.!\(UOlFlCi;; .1^ jL   ly'g Nai'y do Jimliy aioe ^^iilic.e, tbiil un WediK'- i^dayj >i> mK4TIs5.;t}n, Vac t'iii iS ).(tH:l ii-tiiil \ "'      � -  � - ...... iuill undertake to niiuuhi all slic/i uuunli. }) j:r liv suiitE.'VvAiavrcKsHiR 'rK-lSIlUlii till i;i;SK, or Checac     eqn.il Cigoihifbs, and '"" ------- "ITKRVorURItlSlt IJUT- uUh m^i iUi-Mns. ,.i, I KN.Pt)X, the. SWf M i>W)X,.;ii(wl t|ic iUA'ES } wilt) an itiuH oj' CIlKi^lilR K- Ai>j>i'iidi>i,coiit!ii!rmg t.ctteMtVoin I'bjsiclnni fiiid Su?^eou6of iK, mvJ'i(t!A>U('!;S- i cliMneAet%n'sjSiVili^lbejffesentstateOTVaVcin .    I'UOAI ASS'S I'tOHl"I I .M..i. MR. CLi.Vll *na Air. A^Xf^KV COOl'KH iv^ilt bi i m n Ouutt-r jia.-t '1 Vii trttiie Miman�;,tm,*^^(ta�8 b^^ I.liveii, .toy tiie coiive. liieiire or FarthJ"!-.piUrticiJtsf^JwStBb ^Jiwnvii by npirtvms to Dr; f'la^ke, No. % Niew.Pw^Wigtoti^twet ; or to Mr. V\Qrke, Hi tlie fJettj^tf RootOf-^iH. 10, Upper Johii->>tjrt;ef,Xioldcu- F  JklAUIAN. ,JJNCOI.!N, . formerly   of Ho, 1), Quceri-btrect, llrrtmpton,will appjy to Messrs. (inham, Holieitors, Luicolii s Jnii, she will hci^r ot sojue-thitigto'her advautagiid or inferior materials, tor purpusosot ttij^t are nnsealled rll^-npSitops. . 10, MeiirieHa^treet, rovpnt.(1nrdfn.  M'S.S-TICKE'r.^i ami MOiiWv J\n. 1, (ornhill, and No. SI, Ciiaruig-C rosa, l/tmlon. J^fil' lUSIl respcfctfuUy acquaints the I'nbiic, that -SL  theurcoint Lottery contuinstiie tewcitlicketsevvr kciOAvn la a Lottery, apfdtnnuKtet capital Frizet'. The LAST'ao.OO.U. l*rijsci the tVsr '2i>,niXK. I'dank, and the i.AS^ 10,0QJ/. I'nze, (f.vfir gharcij, were ^olJ at trie above Ofhces; wh�e liokicJs,'Shares, and (glances, .re srlltit? Ill Ki'cat variety, and wUexe ull outstaijilmjj. Prizes Mi jiaviii); iii,tuH,^vithoutanv-(l�slttt'tioit.  j     . n. 17,086,.a Prize of W.OilO'. ;i*i I V,MO,a I'pze of.i,,)00.'. were both S(dd in Snares l)y Hazard, lJuriie, and Co.  ft^' Connfrv Orders'nccompaiiieti with short-dated Kills on London, Post-Uftice Order;;, or Cash in Piirci Isbv.Coach �r.( arntr, p^iiictujllv attended to, and Corre.-poiuh irts m^v i.^pciifl Oil hsnuj frejttod exactly oa the .same I erms as it pcr-.to.iallv pres-nt.   � letter:*. Popt ,)nifL oiilvansvi-fred, nnd Schemes crHtT'. .       TVIORE'C.APrj'AL T^^rfUlAS,      . iVild FiveThousniKl less lickets thair^ist .State Lottery.. .^!>e I'lr.-t-Jrn-.vii liikct efttirted to fEN 'l"HOl'SVNl) POl.'NDSi ,Al|ptJier Capit.il Prizes-areiiHoat. UReilAsr';lli> ol.Tickets aiul JSl)ar.-:.s will have t'4e Opportiinitv of nblaininj; all the Capital Prizes, providfd jriey purcha^ belore the Drawing comnivuiees, Avjiich Mill be. on the i;ith of October iiejft.-T.tje Scheme eoiitaiiiseiiual Adviintau:rs f),0 li) .. :)t),0'.w l.'j,tWO . 4,0 H) . 2,00) . 2,00) . b^,OOJ Half . Quarter 10 2 T  2 I u'lith .Sivteeiitb- 9 11 1   (> 1 or the \\ nldjCjiolies, Eluxes, an.l other l|iSOrtkrs 111 the * 'V',;; Rowels of liifintf,ns ivell.'xs �f   dolls.' y^ALUY's CAtlMlNATIVE ~^CAU HON. -11^. ijlauy CQunt<^rfeit;;d Preparatimip of this I\ledi  engraved jn .the StawlJi and that in the Bill t�f. Directjions .Tound each ^Extract^om llit'^Ml oT-^tli^ l�te M�. .tps^nh, Dnlb^ " itmliisti ' 'Mm .-vad.Daug thpjiao thewgf4o|8er;ilnd;hRk5'Heirs ft ^. ^ Ui.ssoldpn|y Ijy l^.N&wberv.f'indiiow.jN'Vfth.i^t. Paul's Cliurrlt-yYrfrtrii few DooV- from Clionpstd", Londoii, Priic J� *)i�.ai bWttJify'dUtywelndedi; U�d t>V�tkii aVpointniiorfolk'. 'j lie persoiiii) (.aiivass m � nieh 1 am at.preseiit enjrajjed, h (sbcen called prenialare, thougii it has ulriiished additional pr.iot:-; lb;it votes had ifrcn JnnKsolicitrd 111 v.irijiiis places bv IHC trieiids ol: tin- present Meijiber.'f. liitnerto the favourable iveeptioii I have inct^vitli has far-snprassed iny most suiiiijijlie e.\pee!:)i(n!SE. ' '^AIMl'/^), Portable Di'sk-makerami JiMveiler to tlieir Royi;l |Iighnesscstlie i'rinee ot \\ ales iiiid Du'Acot Susr X :n.isat tiis Ware^-rooiiis, ,No.,n:!an Voods, with appropTi.ite lurinture, tor Ladies, lie adapts Desks to ord r, lor 1/rawiii!;, lea J,quipui;e, .Ve, &c. lie has Pockf^t Ro.'iks with Jiistrunients, and I ashi.(liable Je^vcllerv, for richness and v.irrety not to be excelled. Also, Port iolms, and'SUavins CominoiUs lor Ridni!;; and Ornamental I'^jrniture, with Machiiies adiipicd tor Libidnes, Pur.lie-oifices, and (..omitiiip-hons's, vSjc. N:e. ''jnEA.-The universal complaint of' Tt'iA at the rt^spectlve Price* geuerally sidd, have induced Men of PniJ.)itv and lixpericncc to come t;)r�ard and oiler f* thor-J'ublif, at their Wiirfhouse, JNo. 1I, NVw lirid^e^slretit, BlacKfriJir�i, Two D� 'ar, by tne Loat, aiid'Aloist Suaar by tiie fai'ven Pounds, or upwards. Colleealways fresh roasted.and ottlie bestQnalitv.  li. 1 ii� ^^ ai-clipug T of CON-^ SUWi'lON,' ' '      ' Ry .K)HN 1(EID,M.D. . Meniberof the Rowil CoU;-Ke o}' Physicinns, London ; Se-. Tiior Pliysiciatr (!�the t ii!Hl)urv Dispeiw.^.ry, .-ind Lecturi-r on Ihe I hcor.y ;.nd .Pricliee ot ..Medicine- , London; priiitod.tOi- Richar.l > Inriip:-, . No.      Brl:l:;e-streel, Wacltrnars^ ami wd.l bv..?TlJin ^^orrav, ll\i.et-�tfeel; j Sohn t J >.C;oK,M. X.Konjs s-�tre.-tj ThriaSyisfanli'rt3bciI^!riric�>7Wj APIUCTICAL TilKAtlSE on the Dcscrip-;tionanj;its.MeuiberA oiijv, during their own lives. Crtirvinced oftlie lOstnpss of ibeprnicijiles on which tnoSO-ci'rty IS founledvlbe Directors ot the London Life A;ss0cia-tipn coiibdeiitlv Ojler tiieir jjlan to a discerning publie� as affording the means oil etfecliiig the iinporttHit object of Life Assurance, at tiie least personal e vitti every JVIeaibcr a perteet, cndnmiiiii-ty of tiitcrestj the situation,ot t|ie,Directors will afford the' best giiar.itntee for llie utmost aiteiition to prudence and; eco-noiny Ml manngenieiit; and their, experience all'eady -jiistibes them in cnpclu.bng.that'tbe public will availth^i9.s f'tKis^- t)!sMltiiHir?d inay hfi bad >jttli�vGlhetvNo. 48, St; l^ial's CU^ireJi-yjKra betwee.i tho biHjr^ (}t tea �tid fiinr. _; ANSON. .1: t;.tllo\v, Crrtw'iM(>\irtj Situtliwnrk; nwrallWhrv ttoolwiller.^,.....        ^_ The S>f.ttbLdtt 10^, improved, in one kirie \ otu.fie,.octavo; fjrK-eilalYaCftUtir.KluRounls, . IMhKS (' \1J-\\D VH, confining a JL   fiijl acemintof thft ijii'inesa lu'cessary to lie perlonned on-all kinds of i'arms dunnij. every monUi ot ilie Vear, witb the latest ImprovenuntSj anil.tivc moJe of exgeutiiig theoii !. i,l;,:n 1, from a eonstani ret r aice to this usehil i\ itv-i. iM.inv tlioii-saii.l cfipTos are soil i� evurv year; an 1 int-ilnreiit iarniers iin.1 (oiinlry. deiill "meii 111 every rosnty iii iMU'lanili have ickiio\vl!;il^""d,i|ot only tliat it en:ilili-s iheui to p-norm evt rv operation in the best and mo^t sui-ce.siul in'aiiii-r. but ellects, 111 the g'.-ii-ral 1)h^iii.;ss of a I'ar.ii, a sav.n:; ot^troai ten to twentv-bve p .rcinl. In twi) l.ir.�e A olunies, Ito. illa-trated with nearly Olie-liun'lred -(Migr.ivi.fts, reprer^eijitaijj tne mo:-t improvi.ll liiipl in-ii's, the various drliiser, iin.l tiie princapal ijj.'eils Ot .>i icep r,n i t.aftle, pnce Eonr.dnnieas, m boards, a (:om-pli't.v.^YSteni of Practical Acricuitur'! inebuliniv iill the ii.Oilern Improvements � aad Discoveru-s, an 1 the re.-ultj ot ill the atleniioti aijd enqnirv w nich h;ive beeji bestowed on tins important ."lei -ne'e, iiiiriii'^ tiie list tairty vear-i; the wliol eotnbiniii.? and e\pl,uii nj: tally, extciisivelv, and W)in]�lt<,telv, (he Prm;.Mpleo aiil Prij'i.iee ot the ,\lo lern Art of tliiibanlrviri all its hr iiiclies and r 1 itio-is, Bv R. W'. Dl(:S\.'il|ous Pills, I ^htiuld acVU'C \�y4elt, wofe 1 to sutfer, iany:fltporf.ioni( to voi^f a!�lvan|;agt!.itijaujisis nnmitir iWn*ed ViJa 'w6uld (Ind >tlic i^dvan-.tagiv to establish tlisiMtJiliiT 'tjjpw atv.that .j^latjci .1 am , hanpy to nay (uy lidaUhfeflpw.vpry.gojpd, and niil.always ready to acKnowledBP thc.lnotlls of .\�)uHVIediClne. .jl-ami Uii*"bBaj/iftUHm^^^fe'rvaiit, (      B.fill^BliRTJ,>  i!iireetv fUf   -----        - " Sohj wholesale in: 'sidt', earner "Of Pati Mc'lU-iilavitenriiirs,' 'W. BijiOay ^ngr Aroand tno otltti 1 i   i make trial ofthe Rl.:,NsXA OIL, particularly as llie use of (Jiliare found so n^^>^:try tu mOi>j(in theilairjvlieii dressing:, f.ir wnicii puviiose tnu Russia OilJi�f noiv' l�ecfi�tc H ( ')Y t'ie RoJj,�lJ:a^aU>t      i^vn at ifie ktA tiVd . � tCTs it (foifi*fi�r iWl utiprsArer to Vw ^;>Wt'.i', pfer>'lif, (.iie:.psuic -JliIM]m; ullvl)anie-sireet, Dublin j liaeburn, .Nortii-liruUr-, l.i::a!)e.r.ja: Miepiierd, brintol; Coi-1 111*, Salisbury I liliiichard, ^ iini.: i\ oulaier. Exetrr; Aiill-r aral ( ruiwi 11, Rata; la.'e, !,�mv ol-deii, theUenhattminrfTTt nm.-t AiCljiiiie \ eaders a;id I'cr-tiuiiers 111 town and rouiiirv. i\, 1;. 1 ae l;u.,-iaOil wnl re:-tiire tlie !i??s of IJnir on llocje^, which ottea pravts a groitl dbiiiuieii,.-ul loie.c;'-' valuable annuals. .�-r� lii^ivavr, as none are {reiininelnu t>iofe w'lo haveti-.e Rus.�iaii i a;;li"ua tlie musi.ie, and siL'iu.d 10 Red ink i)-. ilie Propnetor-.  ,Aioc:iri:iui.-..^> and J-'nnce,   to coiiuierfcit �which is it-ioiiv. ^ Oj-dei'f Iroai anv. p-iri oi fae v'oiimrv u lU besentby rein.-t-ting tae moiii'v, d-.n-fuv.l la .-.Ir. Pnnci'. :>.j:?, O.xtord-stret-t,, J.oTidoii. (locfii atloiv .-.me ta Mercaan'.s and t.aptaias. t.ir e.-;i)ortatioa. as it has been toandinhnitelv serviceable m warm and  fa of t:ie VAIUXJHE ROOKS l-OR (llluDRlN This day is published, illu>'.rated with t.levcii coloured V;u!.'raviiig6, pra-e'.-.f, lialt bound, rinnr. JSl XCUC L.\NTER-\   oi, Ten Anns nj? -R.   and rnstruetive EUllRlTlONS for ClULDH^.N, ol both Sexi'Sjeadl illustrated Willi a:coloured EnRri^vi a;. By tlw Auttioress of * Summer Rambles,' ' Tae Ren aiW Black Book, "-Ac. &c.. Printed for Ta>>art and Co. at the .Juvenile and School Library,. n4 . VISITS to the LEV ERIAN MUSEUaI:2s. 10- VISITS to the MliXAGERlE: 2s. dd. 11, BIBLE STORIES; 2viils.J2 plates, Is. i2 MINC L pa S f)i t HRISl \1 \S   .     1 I'L' JUVENILE PLUTARCH : 2 parts,,at 2s. (id. MlCiMOtRS of BOB the TERRIER: 2s. -  AlEM'OlRSof DICE the P0-M;V : 2>. VISlTStothe-IUViiMLE LlBllARi : 2s. UNIVERSAL mSTt)RV, abridged: 2s. i.d. FIRST (iOtNG to SCHOOL: 2s. POLI Ri firt hlLDRl-N , by \ii >. \iivix , PU//,LEfor.a CUItrOUS (ilRL: 2s. . >   ; TRAVELS Of ilOLAiS DO : -1 vols. l-2s. BRITISH OOAIKSTIC QUADRUPEDS : 5s. Gtl. PROVERRSof ALL NATIONS: 2s. tid. TALES of the EASTLI-;: i) vols. 1>j. l.d. A POETIC\L HIS rORV ot laNCiLAN D : 2s, Gd, WONDERS of thtf TELESt.OPl.: is. (id, WO.VDERS ofthe MICROSCOPI.: ys; lid. .78. CHILD'S TRUE ERtEiND: iiplates, 2s. omarin-lane. Ot wlWiu ninvAe had, �>v the. samelAuUior,.just uubhshed, the M th Edition. Prite V. ]. Tliel,AA>S rilat e lo LANDLORDS, TF.NANIS, rtpd LOI)OERS.i or.J vet; LandloitLandTi'imnt liMOwn r,avv>e)r. ' V, ilfc'selecl . re edeids for latnigHouses, Lands, ^!I.^Wp\RVsn orrjci;R> roMPLpTb-nuiDLi V(HiijM(.IIAng      lJ^v^\ reliitlve tn tln,� tt�neetivc Duties of � SlO^ MACH, Vs:c. '        ., PUITNTAL VE(;ETABLE CQRDJALj Byii^>.''t rs of this CORDIAL have bcCii laiifi and n.iiveis.-tU, aekt:o\vU-;dg'.;d by.Uie tcsti-moiivot thou.viiids. It isf a pleasant, safe, and eflE^ctilal re-inelv in Bilious disorders, iixciuciatoig pam or spasiu ot the sioaiaeii .�mil bowel.-*, sickness, voiailmg, llatuleiue, cruditits, and acidity. Itgnvtlv iiicr^'ases lUe appetite,-promotes di- .^tjoii, and torlUi.'s the ytaitiacli and iiowels. In tiiatiac, l.i)vvne?s ot spirits, nervi^is and hvsiericalalrophv, itishighly beiielieial, by bracing tlie nerves, cherishing the auinu^ spir t's, and.gfviiig vigour to tiies^-stem. "To nn>9fr�ldaluie� must he attributed iia iiiivins; proved scxviceable in rbeain.-itic cass; and ill attacks of the Gout it iars freed tae p.UitjnU wh;'n every nlort ol the Eacuity had been tried in vaia. it has also reeenih been Uiuiid to possi^^i- the exci Ileiit virtiiL' oc pr-venting sea-*ekiM:,^s, The toi-dial is sold 111 it.sgreatest [Htrihtv fcv the Patentees A^ellt^-, Sh.iw and Edwarus b'-N Saint Paul s Church-sard, l.oiiilon, in liotlles ot ;w. ml. juid 20i. each} and. one rc-piit.ible sh�i)-ki-�per laaiiuDst everv town in Great Britain and-Ireland. . ._- -�   .'  '    _� ~TO COi.NlRV Gi.NTLivAlEN AM> OTHER.-. (fST Thefuliawiiig Restorative AieJicuie. ism such Repute  as to be u.-ed aim ri-coinmeiided bv niauy i>i the I'arultv. 1 or \! tl, 011 Dl^'ORDl Rs i id IWV.aRD DJUC Li):-s of Aliiuorv, I'eeldeiws?, Dimness lit Siglit, lionoi-s ot the"Miml, Pains ot tiie Back and Loins, j i'ar.iUtic Complaints, &c. Tremblings. I   " HUMl R^ RlSlO!t\ll\ I. B\LS\MIC PlLLs Countr.' GentE-mea and iitlieis ai-f intormi-d that they niav be supplied with tliijf vaUialdf Alidiciiu: by s,'iidi(i!: taeir t)nlers by Coaciimeii or Newsmen, or t)v ei:c!o.~iiij(; Casli i!i a small Pai-ct-1 directed to .\ir. .lohn V, ade. Nx/. i:',Old Boail-slreet, Lon-.ton, for which ompos,' romidete p.-a-kiag^ boxes .'ire provided l-.ir >eialiiii; 11 \� iih satsty to atu part of tliis.kiiigdoai, Ireland, ScoUam^^e. LNThtl-�'i> RLMOU VI i\    B^Lc VM for restoring and iiiVis;oratiiig tae eonstitntioiis of pei-.tniis , weakened atuVdebilitatco by 11 coursi; 01 dis.^ipatcd pleasar-s, or indeed bv niiv ytlter causes. Exeiy day pio.tures fresh accounts ot the Singular success ot tuis Kivalii.ible Restorative .Medicint'. andnianv sei.llemi'n have been candid euungn l� riecUire, tI1.1t it has sacceedea in cases .visen everv otuer Mc-drcuie proved iuellect�;il. ,   .y -.- *^-� CientUnien of liie first distinction in thw liiosdom, as well as othr-rs, whose cousiilotious were bn>ki�u and de-bilila(�l. M.ive expmeiieid the .good.ellccis pt tai� iJestor.i-tive Meduin.'. !� or Nervous DisorderSiprocccding from exit s ivc Ji inUiij;, di Mp it dpi iMfc^,tljic luimodi^atcu e or tea, Of trom whateveroccasioas.^ieai  il'ty and ft-lavation of the solids,'a bettisr andsnter medidiiiev.feuiiiotbf tukeii. Numbers w'bo had undergone too powerful courses ot mercury, (that baiie oi health), which n-dneedtWSrj to a State of miser-'ible existence, received the atmita^beijOtitfromWiis Restorative, for atier loss ot strentlh and vigour, ihey bappilv rigained their lormcr'bciilth. lor pi�iii< in the back and loins, gleets and si-nnnal weaknesses, peronp^ there is not any Medicine in public or private pracUi-e whicMms teen so successtul. .'..I ''        . (lentlejncn from the Last and VCoit Indies, whose habtt* were relaxed b\ the heat ot t!io�e cliiiiatesi havcneeived cr �it b"nefitfroin tliis medicine,as well as Oflsccrijbelonging ^ot'ic ASav and Navv. wlio?e .tioiisiitutions.weJrtf'l��paiied l)y hai� �. tvices, the x an Oils clianges oi cjiuiatej, ejccif Poisons far advanced in vear^ should freiju^ulvtitkf afew rrtiflcatin, Apprentices, Rrpatr; o^ �(i{[hwaj- x�soltai> Rfbtoi-itivi, wht U � dlj-inmwsely stt^ gtht 1 them, be tiie meaiis ot preveiaing; ,vai-iou.s divordecs, andm :  boi]i sexes, ut any season o> the year, withoul resir.iiiii or coufnieifn-nt. -    Evtrn't of a Letter received irjMn a Oentlemuii: "As to th^ ellicaev i.*t tho Reslo.rativc in mv Aorvon-conirduiiit, 1 should t�.'el mxselF in a manner iHigratctuI, H � did Hut acki\u>sledj;ethestcat hcncui J received when various olher medicines h;id been tried to 10 ;>lirposo j and, thereforeJiiltliOuga 1 ha.ve bjf<;� lU tiu- b..\ifi of ac av, tlwt I hav'e not met j, jtii an* tlun^eqnal to Iluuu:rs ttatoratixo '�B;.lsaiii."" v\., �.,        .:. ,   , M)te. This Reslorative is prepared in pillsv which pro. duceinare-gradual audf lasting eOect.s than all thontcnial forms; the ticier pans 01 the Balsam are also butterpre-served. "     .�   "   '   �. -v->. :.'     �.,.�, s, No. i^*y,'8L!J*attlsj lull,'R .>rtl Evchaiigej B�con, OxioM-(jtr^'et; CruivweU, Prnuer, Bath; ^Volstenholm, t ork,\i. ''and'aU. Venders;otMetUcmc m Tow ii and touairv, price t^. JW. th�;h��^ or in J^ifjterhoxcs, Mtil,- 1.'. t's. wluchcon-tain'thMiuatit^ty of si.x sniall, as niuJe up tor tte Army luid Xovy,'&i\     u A PiunphlettfO the virtues ��*t!ie He.itorativii', with a Li>t of purei aimevod, m,iy be h�d ot liiv V ^�iff0i, priko fad   

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