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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 4, 1806, London, Middlesex                                Vt          > 4, 1806. ice eerv, in i  uf;S ON SUtlCERY. . i^LE, F.R.S. F.L,S. and Sur-: itrainstfr Hospital, intends to deliver a UllliS on the Artand Practice pf Su^-:.dies, during the present Season, at his : .iuare/ vesHgJii'ti j �..i.o. .v....------------- acconip'iiieil wit'i such observations as the Lecturer's lixpe-riciir'' -ny. furnish.;; The varioife Chirurgical Operations '.vill l)cdi?monstrated,andtlie AnatomvoPthe farts explain- � liJ, tog-tief with the Detiaiions, Accidents,and Diltieultics v.hicirocca^sionallyhhppenjandtue Rulestobe pbseived in An Jiitrojiictory Discouwc, (opeivfo all Student^) compri-?i(i,"thc Plans of thesp Lectures, will be given &rt Moncfays Ortobet Uth, aCSdVen^rt'clock in the JSvening^ And the I.cc.'un'f will be continued on Mondajs, Wednesdays, and Frid;:ys, at the same hour.     ^ tickets for the.courae Three Guineas. iVrpftual.FiyeGtunea?. Tiiblc-linten, Cottons', IVJUsliift, l:�ae,e> n�d. otbst ar^itikiS: of CAL r.LtACHINfelUOUlDi itateoreinovM^taiiiiJfl-OHi J.adics Lull iJresses, Without injuring the Bull' coftiur, and r( jtoiTsall kmds �i Linen to-its original whttcntss v;beii dis-' colourtd hv bad washing, disuse, and long sea Vovasw.   . TO TilK CLEROy.   V f NY CLERGyiVrAN' of indopQnddtit foftiihb i. wishing to RENT'ail  excellent PAUSONAGE--HOUSE, Tburnished, and capable of coutainiai^ A large-FaDiily and to. iinderi.ake occiisioiially the care of. ii artiall Church and Parish, iuay hear nf the. simci by applying to Messrs. Baker and Elciclier, SoiXf liainpton; ;(if. l>y letter, post paid.) The llo'uje is siluad-d in a pleais.ant part of 11 atnpshire,-iiear two ftlarkct Towns, and coniniands a beautiful view.of the New,(oVwt and the Isle of Wight f exccl-Iriit Garden, and i'oiir acres ofPastHrc Land'. "     '    -       ' MOR'i'GAGE.-Wanted immodiatoly, a GtiiflPTiKin of cqnsiderable Property, i'tV I'; TIIOU-SAN.D POb'A OS-, Peciired :on' FRKlvllOliD KSTATKS, worthnp.'irly douI)lelhcsmu inthe pn-sin.t state, but are capable of very {treat iniprovenu;iils, whtcli is inmiediatelv' to take ]>iace; the nioiiey may ruinani it short or long tune as the Mort;?;iso* please?, and tiie Interest paid everv half year regularly at a liankeriin London. For particulars enquire at JMr. Iledmanv Stookbro!s.'-r, No. Upper Thorn,-hou!;h-strect, Bcdtord-iiquarc, orat the Hank. This Ddy is published, i.h ^^otirto,' wjth �coloured Engravings', pi-il^^i; in boiirds, . � A TREATis K on 'Vaccine . inocu la . xIl TIO>f !.to Whichjsaddedian.'Vfcount'Of the CHICK? the S\VlNE''P()X,'^Aiiatlic HIVES ; with an EN-POXy the     ____________^__________ ^_____   . Appendix,containing Lettersfigm Physiciaiis and Smgcpnsol ^riiineiicc,-re9pecitihgtl)epresent State of Vacoinatiiih'illniany Cities and principal Towns of the United Kingdom, . By ROBERT VV'ILt.AN, M.!)'. i'.A.S/^i?. &e. Printed for Richard Phillips, Bri;!gc-street, Blackfriars ; andtobe had of all 15oi)k:Jc.ller.s. JR.  term-, tlii, T 1,�\SV antt At( n:ew st vtl lol rLR"y. VZARD,BURNE, and CO- Stotk-brokers^ j..^ at tfi>lr Old Stntc lottuy  Olhte, Ao  "3, Rov>l 1 %dnnge, London, arc how sUUiiglickcts and      "    -(, 1 otter / whichlif;;; nb Orvung Octob-r i \ P jh.-, lottery cow ts 'et 20.000 Tickets oiis. Shares fo;r 180!:., � and the sJ.eme'contains^hrec Prize's of 20,000/ tnue ot 10,>X; three of iiO,000/. &c. . ,� . -uv. \ B In the Lotterv which was drawnm May luit, Ko. r,OS,, aPrMLot 4)'\U ini i Pu^�t.-,OOJ/ wcio on - most, m odc^afc term-, till, T LASV j,n,t M01>K(t\ rURMlURJ ot^ an-cl^'gtot and cdnyeaient Jloiise in fsavilli^riiw : two y..ar!iand alhalf of t!ie LejisS nr.- nn'-xjiired^.-inil the Premise?, cgnsistingot ihn.-e rooms oTil Hoyr,: with two stiilr-cisre, are peculiarly suitabli; tor a Member ot Paiiumujit ikr Fainilyot Oistiiiclioii. For further Particular.' apply to Mr, Booth, Bbokseller, Duk?-stri.'(;t, Porll.ind Cli.ipi-l ; or to-jWe.-si's. Addts and Rorns, holicitor.-, JNew Boiivell-cour.'. LiiicoluSriim. � . _ both bold in Sh 111-, by ill/ml, 'Jnrm, l^iS'Co r- C ounfry OiJus iccoiipii ltd \Mth -short t'a*cd Bills �u ' .iidon, Po-it-Othci Ord^l>-, or Cns'i in Pfricl by Coaih or ( in icr, pnnctii illy attcm'e 1 to, and CorrespOidt nt'. r.i.v (i'i.ond on bciiis; treated exactly on the same Tci.msai it^ts- �j:.rillv pri'Sfiit. >   I r , Pi "It piid dulyai Acrcd, indSLhcniC2^iMti2_ MOIU'VCAPITAL PRIZES, AiiiJ Five Thoiisnnd Ifiss Tit-kets thnuliist State Lottery, i lie ihirsf. drawn'J ifket oDtitied to fj'.N THOUS.ANl) POIJNIVS; "Alt ot!i.rr Cat)il>tl Prized alvaiUMt. iSriiaiASlUW oi TKk.ts'aml Shncs,      liave, .    t!;e Onportmui-v ot obtaiMuis all the (iaiiit.U Prizes^ provided tii(-y ptirchaye before }he Drawiiii; eoniiiJences, nhicl) will bn oil the'Lylh.of October next.- ine Jscheme rimtau.'wiiuai Advaiita:;cs ot � TWJ:MTY,'J'H0T;SANI) POUND PRIZES, 'JIN IHOUSXNI) POl^I) Phl/I"> FI V"E TUIOUSAjNI) POUN I) PIUZ1';3, &r. *:e.' tnrmer Lotteries.ot double the ^umber o,l I^ickets,  20,000 Tickets only, and ' No other State Lottery to be Drawn tuis \ear. -   SCHEME. Value ot each. Total Value � 4.... .L.20,000............L.6t),000 ....... lo.oiY'':.... m,m 3;................ 5,01*....15,000   . ij-----.....1,01X1.......------    6,!W0 S.;.'nOOa'.4,0l)0f.^^. 50.................    lC!)...i..i.....    2,000  40..._______.____.. :�)&...'.......: .i" -SiOOO-- 4,100..... 20............  82,000' �^IIE� IRISH I'.INEN COMl'iiNY. h^MGcm- smncd by t'lel'ite .Siinis tr:)in IJoUast to tlieir .Vg-nt, Mr.O jiillTvN, the. i;rer\test part ot IhciT ,S\inimrr,lJleaeh, v.hicli aiTfup'.-nor ni colinirlo tijose nuished iti Wiiitel-. . I Villi ^ ni IM^'VtOl A IS �upi)licd null Miiglo Pieces at the J'r.idi; Pru'i--siio [iwors coniiiicnccat U-.d. a >';ir('.,and r.ist; id. a .number proi;ri.'S5uX'l\ up to 10s. per yard. f,rT* Orders by Post or otherwise executed with pnnc-tunlitv.  ,  IS' r.........	)       0	Sixteenth.....	.... -I   S  0 1 ills Day Is publisnOil, 111 Two Volumes, Hvo. pvici; l-.-.s. in liosrcis', ��    �, � RTGIN\L ^NLtvijOrr"? of I RrpERiG th fSUrvr, KINdof P/lUSSI-i.-indof hbJ'imi-Iv, his Conrr, Ins ^ilr)l3tels,hl.5 Academies, and 'his Literary I-neiids ; coUfcted during a familiar mtcrcouvfe of I'wenty Years witii tluit i'riiice.   Translated from tiie Fn-l.ch of IMEUDORMR THiEBAULT, Professor ot Belles Letterj inthc Poyal Academy ef Berlin. Printed for J. Joh"stvit, St. Pauls Chureh-varirt. tor an account ot tills Work,scc..the Edinburgh arid other Reviews.  . u Ml ss m n.RS This dav is publidied. in Two elegjiut.Vidiimes, small Svo .embellistied'witu beaiiiiUil Portrarts, by GariArue V\at- sou, pvico Ifes. Ill bnaids, , .   , �     �   .: . A COiWEnXr, md AUTIIDNnr T'.DITION j'-^ of {h   (111 IIR V.TI D Li 11,1      o    II VII S ooiitainiti^'^inueh addif loiiaV Mn^.ter, anilf miicn Inronuation, iiotto.belound 111 aiiyotlier Edition;  Aiiioik; the Additions arc, I. I he various Letters to which .Tiii'.iusreplied, "i. Copious ilIiKtraiive Notes, historical and l>l.)"-r;iphicii cjiiiiieiit PoikumI oii rai.'tcr.-! oi the period iii which ..'iinius wrote, aiid also as t el ir the coifi-pletest, the che.iii'.'jti and t;i.? must elegant Eauion ."Xt.ant. J'rintedtDP Kieh-.uvl i*hillt])-, BrHl:!:e-stroot,. ijlai'ku-iars ; and to bi- liad or all IjiOiiSiduTS .^nJ Ue.-il.-is in Book.". N. B. Anion;; the l'.m:r.>.vi':;vs are a I'orir.iit-ot the An-t t 1 oi t'i litt 1 ml L 1 vilc ot II uniMi Imii-wiiMi:.''- iiiconlr.istio t;u' teiyiii-dh:indiiiniL:!- which he ooireso .pdiule'd vvltli h:S i-rjr,t>;r. , ,   � VICTa-AtLING OFFICE, Jul,e^:;,IW^, TIJIE Cofnmmibhers.pr Vidaulltng IJis Mujeif. ty\i.SdBy do hereby fflue Notice, t/m&M i^^^^ ,Scvt.iiexUt/tey7LiU6ereaHgC)> iy(!cioetett(!enpUrJHH^f^ vy) forjmrh qmiTitHieH ofiR'tftJl BEEF and POfCK nf t e bt.ilguu(tli/,iiiullobecuredintireeitiaiit^ teuf^.n^/ts ihe :  '.'.li'ini;; nne-Uiiid pari' !ii Jtuneli; to be df.Hocr'i! 'nl', /f!^ Mijesij'i Stores itt Dept-ford, Portsmoutliv       Plymontli, O'lal Jn/u Ine. ..InSy P'irJ-itmii/i^' jS7(�;-c!� in St. Catlieiiiic's,'//i i-ei^>itrir prupO'ii\jti </ Clickdu'itnplw'a oj'i.'.'i\l:ti ii'i I'ti; /j'^uui'.t ii/ii!ct,iietuiontii',x!:-'. One fojirthpaTt af tht^whole by the Liitii .j<-�naary      ) OiiK half of the remaining .-;. hid acidity. It cveatly ijicreasrs the appi^tite, promoti's di-{f^i�t;l)n, :!!.d foriitn's ihi; slTinacn and bowels, in faiiiiin^. lovniei=s Dtipinis, nerviats and hysterical atrophy,'itishiijhrv bca'.'iuiul, oy bracing the nervf-., cnMisiiing the antivi,-! s[)ir:ls, and liivin.i- v;i:iiiir lo the system. J i> these qu'ihitc  itiii'a be asLribuicit it.s liaviiie proved sej.vice.nble in nieumui:.:-casi;s: ami ui ;itiac; >.;. Oil. and -ios. e.ich ; and OfV p.r-^r in alinusi: everv town ill Great liiit-ii;; �pri'voiitiiim siM-J he ( ordi I Av,'(^!?t.s Sha^�.� London, in boUl>' putabic sh!�i)-kecp' :iiii1 Ireltiiid. Jit An IMPORTANT )l>Oo \ SIOC^ of AD.DJTION to : the ) i,f ivDUCATIO*. This Dav.i;: pu'oUslied, jiriiited on good piper, am! in a clear type, con-.-jiondiiigiii jiz(>\yita Dr. ftlavors British Nepos, pvH'c :)�. bound, w ith tne full allowance to Schools, rj^um CLASS BOOK ; or Tiirc'o iliiiidrcd arid jL   Sixty-tivc Rk.vii!\  TiissoNS for Schools of either Sex: combining, v.ith tuo r.lemeiits ol all Knowledge, a greater Number ot.rcidiiis Exercisas, from the best Authors, than .ire to be tound ui any otiier AS ork ot the same description : every Lcsi^on having a clearly dfliiied object, and teaeli-lug.'ioaic principle ot science or morality, or some inip'jrtaiit truth.   �      By the llev. D.-YV ID Bl/Ain. The Author has-heiMi stiinuLaledto compih' tliese l-.xereiscs in readinir, by the obsei'vatioii, thnt, altliougli there at present exist.sc.vcral excellent books tor teaching Read nr.-?-and Wtrcutimijithe olijecl.ol taenT:e>0(,>s ri^it.tf.ytwK.l beyujul the men' coiiibinatiou of words ; and tlsev cwiBir^t nlmosi entireiv (if pnfciiiges, (�ylei'f.ed with referi'iicetix bciiutv ot composition only. .In tae present work, Elegance has bee.i united witn Utility; Sound and .Sense have oecn stn:Iuiuslv combined ; and Eloquence has always been adaiited to the purposes of Iij;iitructiun. In siiort, every one Oi ttie lessons in this (biss Book, IS calculated to make the 'i oniii': tleader both,, wiser and better. I'he Autnor's own experience as .i Tearlier, giiggcsted to him tiledivisioiiof hi'^ book into three tiuiVlred aiid'sivty-five livisons, oroi.e tor evi'i'v dav inthe^vear; in each ot which, ' tlicBabiect initter is gi'iier.illy hiiisned v.itlim the suit.'ilile leii-lth ol a lesson. Ihi.s divisiou, it is obvious, will be :ii-teiidi'd w'lth an etpinl.dfirrfi.'ot (.�oiiv(^iiuMce to tlie J uuir and Pupil.in the actual basim-.-s 01 a. public .�r.cmiiiar'/. Printed (t)r liiehiirri Phillips, No.m, !'.ridge-jtrf friars; aii'.l lo be hadiit .-lU kjooks.'nli'ri ui U�U.;i! (loju. This Day is published, a new and enlatrgi^d Edilio ' Svo. price 'il. 2s. or on a. Royal Paper, '.2/. its. of Edition m I vols, in boards, ir|SHE LIFE arid POSTHUMOUS WRITINGS -E.  of WILLI AM CO WPRR, Esq. with an Introductory Lettortothe. Rifeht Hon. KARL COVVPEJt.-.;s Jiv WILLIA.M ilAYLEY, I'-sq. Prmtcdtor J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-yard.  "Where- may be had, various Lditioii.? of Mr. Cowper's �Poemsi : Also Proposals for printing his Translatioiis of Milton.13 Latin and ItaltaiY Poems, tor the Benetit of his Godson. - :     nine weeks: If'8lie1�i.y down orHtood up, llicpaiii about th region ot ttieatomich was iiicreitssion, she f?ot up- and began to �!at%tfi-'1ncttt� and from that time she ineiKted tipacc. 'VVheijieyer'.tlietbowflUt strdcted, your Mudiclne ulono: relieves her..^t;i:�ilVV:.�   .{,!;..> '"^^ A4 0t�eirt�g, Physic on nil occasiortSj OHING*� LO--^l(Wto everyioilier Medicine.. Sold in iiki.t�it.t8d. each, uud fot'. clinritiible uur-.H-nty. K^chi at Chlniiutd Uutlpr's, No. 4, is published, Two Volumes, price 7s. in boards, I1S ot ES^jAVS; Ititroductory to the t, Liu ted K ing- ot the uuderinentsoncd lUa- Roxeisit poses, In Ciieapsidej This daris^ubrish-jd, nricp Is. in hoards,  ' ISTORlCxVL DIALOGUES for YOUNG . PEOPLE; a Taicifor Youth, abridged from Mr. Brooke s Fool of Quality. Printed for J.'Johiisoii, in St. Paul's Church-yard; aud J. Mawnian, tij the Poultry. Where m:iy be hadsHiarry Clinton, price."Js. bound. This T)fiv ASERIL^. -.. STUDY ot.KA'WJRAL HISTORY: By FKi>}-WtCK SKRIMSJfliRE, M. t). Lately President of tbe Natural.History Society ,of Edinburgh, Autlioftif   j. By MAIMSARU.Bft^N. Printed for the^Author; an;l^ld by G. Kcarsley, Heet- .i.,.,u*� the many SubscMew palromsedihier !nKe8"^th^^^^^^^ t? c'tU"*^'0�- tl.� ;*b�vc TIIBEl': BOOKS OF BfOtilt-VPili FOR THE USE OF i^CHOOLS; Tilis day were published, jSev,' and improved ivditions of the toUowiiig interesting, usetiil, andapurovi'd hcliool Books; writtenpui'iioselv tor tae u.se ot yoiiag persons, on the obvious and important priiieiple, thai Ex.implc is more pi;wertul and more seductive than Precept. . l.r|-1H).: BRITISH NF,P0S.(;onsi.5fing of .Select JL Livfs of tliose ILLUaTRlOtfS BKlTO.\S who have brew the most Aistiniiaisiied for lacir Virtues, raleiits, om!mnrka);le Advaaceiueiitiii Life, iiitersperiel witli practical Kellutio 1- 1'^, \^. M VV OR, LL D. ^.i prioe U od. bound; and conciining accuuats tmguistied Persojiag Alfred Bacon njckhfi GWaucer JVol^ey T, Chjmwell  Xufiuier CaUt/t^ JpweU '-  �Vfalsiiighattt' Crichtou Drake Burleigh Siaakspcaro Kalcigh Bacon Andrews -Coke     .   . Strallbrd H.'impdea Harvey Blake � in tbe .ba^ :,f4re4;,Wriiing3, practic �   ' \. '�      - i �       I ."IT^UR'J'H Cil Proofs of riie llilicricv of the. M:        Dr. B.'VRCL.A V'B A.Ni'lBlLtUt.S l^M-I.S i-rnm Lord Ai.soii,      .l.'im.'T, ,s-vt|iiiu'i-'. Sir-1 have tor some tune iu!i."ii Antibilious Pills, as well as vour .Specific for the Gout, aixl 1 tei'l haiipv 111 ii:'-;<'iiiii!!; vou,! have always, recc!v:'.'cl.::!-   , gr.;at:'Stl)riicilt and relief trointhcni; and shall; as I hav;? ahvass done siiu'o 1, have evpcrienced tueireihcacyi foci t!K; greatest pleasure in rc-cimimei'.ding them. J am, yours,  i hapjiy to say niv health is now very good, ai.il am ."Uvav^ re;Lly to ackiiow.ledge the merits ot your Medicine. 1 ainv Sir, your obedient humble servant, S. lliBBEUT. Bruok-strcot, Dec.!', 1S0.1. :rioid wlinlesiilc.and retail at iMr. Bntlcr s, No. !, Cnenp-. Side, corner ot Patei'iio.ster-iow ; andretailiiy ninst Cuuiitry .^Imlicine v  aih.ted ar/iiiid t e oiitsuic wnipjj'.'r oteach !90.v. "dFIEIJKS   ORIGINAL   GENUINE TINCTURE, is now, marie and sold by TllO.MA.^'. I'H.XCKl.R.'Vy, M,\Nciii:3TF.u, wno had "the original authi'otic Receipt fr.im his Brotiier, who married the oulv dangliter of the late Mrs. Hadhel.l,who alone was m pos-sesssoii of that ijivalu.ibh'seen;!, and by v.hoai it w,is never imjiarted to any olner p;:rsoa, wnic.'i in-ay be c.isilv proveJ if any oiie should doubt. . - 11 has been l.iiiii'iii^dbv the Public, wlio knew its v.iUub'e ]>r.)p('riief, th;it tlic gr.-.it a;;e anil uiiiniiUiis �t tlie late ;i;i'... ilaiitu'M, had imi' l.iiig prrvciited her !n);a prepaniis: It; and tile nil,aiX'i'U-sjappiii'uuoiis t>ir itsiiic, sulheieiitl / jiove its siiptTioritv to tie spiinous i iMMuri-s wiiu'h iiiive been impost-a on itie jmbiic, under thut iiams,-dirii'ing bi.n-iiia!>ilitv t'.j comiir.i..-i!. .. For till' s;�ie 01 iii'cv.'^nting t :e-e court-rfeits tn fi'.litr!-, .iiid other reasons, it l^;�.^ been thoiifiiH iii'e..'ss:srv to c'la;:;::'? the shape ot t'lc botH" I.) a squire moulded o ;c, �.,iili ir..-niaker> name 1.'I havkeray, ^:c. on t:i;' tjiir sidos, wi::c'; will be ihe only .shaj).; ihti i';'al I'Lietiiri; will be S'jIi! in. in tuliire: the haiid-biUs ir,i;lo,iii.; ever. botti;-, wit'.i diivetiM.ui lor usiiie It, will also be-ilittie vyri.'d, iiK'Ui-ling SDan'a;--couiitsof iti propesiuiw:iuh havt o;;imi n-cjotlv uisci>veriLi ; and as all iho couutert.ifs noiv iiie the ovie! copv'of t.'i.> oU pile, the ar.i!e.\rd copy wiii bo used la tiiiUie, aud evtiy one signed with his luuie. Tills tiiiciiire, wnieii !io oii!?!' Derso-i iath-.i wori.l has' i.� secr^'t of preparing, is of sacii mioqujllod yirlii;^, tliat a fe-.v dro^js, immodiat-.'lv ajjplied willi tint, orold Siili luiea rst, and boujd up tor a d-.ir 01- two with tnj dr.SMiit: lii-.-pt TU!:ir:t by dropping the tiiiciiire upon it, will in anv cuiiiuon ciil e.-woun-l eilcct a c'.ir^', and VL-ry d.injerous w-.iiiiids'or oniisi^v. by a few tunes dressing ; ic is e\ce�'dinulv Oincacious n; -t^i,.. pmg blood, and has ot;eusi!;:c^'Sjfullv used in recent bruis:- 'r is an ellectual cure tor sore eyes. I he virtues or this Stiptic, ;,r.' nut coiihiied to the human species enlv, as it is equally useiui 111 wounds or buiises mail uescripViuus of animals and bus limg been known to Sportsmen in the South, bv the iiam^ ot the .Manchester Oil, and no application was ever touml miir.' iiuicklv ert'icneious ui all woiinusor bruises lu dosps or lu>r,(V'. It it should grow thick in severe trust, being held'at.-w mi. nutes by a wurni fire will n"store it, and it kept well ,!(>p;KM. no time wili'destrov itivii'im.s. .      ' ftlado and sold by Thom-s'I hackcrav, .\i!it.'n-ii:i.!�'r-IJue, near Man Chester.^. Vud alj�> sold, by Ins appiiiatmod:, A^essrs. Bncon and Co. No. j Mr. Shoperd, 'cet, oppii- i ? Mansfield. loO, O.\t"ord-street, oppo- ! Sir. iMouiisey, Pixstoii. *^ , site New Bond^tri'et,i.on- I Mr. Grei'n, Hereford, don. Wholesale Venders. I Messrs, Lldi'i- aud Co, Ediu� Mr. SLtainesyManchester. Air; Atkuisim, ditto. Mr. Daniel Lvnch, ditto. Mr. Vaughant (,late Jklrs. Cookorditto. Mr. Bent, Uarnsley. Mi-. BinnS, HUlif^X. Miss, Brook and Lancashire, Iluddersfield. : Mr, Sill, Presfon; Mr. Lel^h, .Mherstono. Mess. AVyattaud Whitmarsh, Salisbury,. . ^ Mr. Drutmmoud, Lincaln, burgh, Mt, Hazard, Bath, Mr, Drewry, Uarliy, Mr. Wood, Shrew iiburv, Mr, Walker, M6wcaslle-u>i-, un- ryne,     . Mr, Fletcher, CkesteVi Mr..Kiug, \ eovil. Messrs. liolt, and Hngne, Nbwark, Mr. Williuin Wilcock.K.hor ley.' Messrs,'Marriott and W right, Liverpool, Mr, Coatei, Macclcstielil,    , ^-      .   , And by all theprincip.il Vwidcrs of Medicines in the K ic^-dom. N. B. Any Lettew nddreMd to Thomas Thackeray, AkIj n.uhd*r-Lineinintedi^/'�tkefldedtQ.' '     ? taa*   

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