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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 8, 1806, London, Middlesex                                5-^ I N*^. 4,388, Price 6 T> DRAMATIC kECmtloi^,bftATbliY an* ON MONPA.Y oext^ Ji5th=rSpp*cmf)cr, at Eight in the Evening, Mr, TJIELWALL will coiflmencej at iisHouse, m�ford7Piac�i.'Bloohisbuf>;-Sl^^ a Scries of' Kine Lecxbresoijthtj VfifttKSs^f'MJf-T^on,RiiAKsrnani;, Dbydev, Por%&c. wi{A'tA|i!vMavei>;tqus,ii" Srr CVIARI.V.S MORGAN'S aceepiapcc of ,tliPtr kind ivisiirS, fora loitj: continuance of Health ih his rptitomeut iiom the high and impo'tant station of Judge Arivricatufie-' iicrrdy wTicrein lie has presided, so many veai-s with sucii hommrto himself and adTvantago to thc(>)uh prm attention to our Interests iii J'.jrllament;  aiKl.-�ve' w isli that the noble and MiBjnt^re&ted example m not adding to our Fnhlic burthen!?, bv rctiriiir ^vif h-mit a Pension fwhich hiis bi-rii mrr(f"'+trv .t h-n^fit of juiii-cial services tar esivcdiiigany-on record) niuy >f-':iii e*t.n. blishrdfiulcof coliiduct.for.others; And that h'- will be jilca^od, in all situations, hnth piihlic nr.d privat - to .'ircept our p�r�i�uiil rv'S"iJa lor tlie pro*p(Mitv of hinv^tlf and HIE AVI will VRAC and IJr. CUllllY our la prospiM'itv oi hims \\a hT V, it ,m;f   \ s, Joreniiin of tlie Cirnnd Jtjry. Kcsolvcd, That ^Vnltrr Jefirevs, Ksq. as: I-oivmaT., lie' re-r quitifd to tiign this Addrcs-s on bebnH ot me (ir-indUurY ot fiie Coiintv ot RriTon, liud that tho Shcrili aliould be fiu-iiicr r'fm>*�'d (o prt'Sent it to Sir t.Iiarlfs Aioraaii. and the same ' ill-rriiitediii ine,C)ld fdoucrytcr l^^lll�r, and in tlio Localdr, .-,iid in the Jloniiiw {iironicle. In pi:i>iiinu:e of tl)f reiiue.-t of the firan-l .)iiry at this last (ircat Sessioni hold for the Tountyof Brcroii, t desire (aat thcabove Resolution may be inserted intt-e r.e.xt C�)rmi;H,. -       � OiiliOR^ YEATS, SheriHV I^n-eon,'August. Igor?.   �     . ' , � MONEY ACCOJlMOnATION and COMMERCIAL �CONCERNS. KRCHA^TS, MANUFACTiJRKHS, FAC ^__TOURs and fflther.t, may be actonMnudited to any amount, by L/iscouiit of ]>ills oT Exchau!;c, lulanrji or lo-reign, ^otes of IJand, and all.other approved CL'gocia'ilc Sc. ruritiesi or by a deposit �f Goods and Merchandize, iria-nutuctved or ,unwjf0iigjft, for.arliroitedjpenod; or the rfime sold On the bfft teifflg, wluch an extensive copnec-lion and vesourr.ps iil^avs comnjand. The satisfaction .wnich hi.i been lovarifjidy "given by the AdvcrtiSicr to those ay-p)v>!;g,.rcndi�j>rot � ,i !,i't:('rs toMr. "VVoollcy, or personal applications from ten till thrw, att&o'Gbttniiiig-lioiiee, No, 16y Cl>ur>:U-y',T�;eti Soho, ^f\\\ rcc6ive-iiamei?b>t�yattdiiftoti. -' jM-Crl-, Id JTA^Tiid'andsWaleB,' (mtk of London-) �^CntTOiSf 4jr4-^0NS, Mlltoit's Iload^ Corn--l^ streot, .Bxjstol. respectfully inforin; the. Publjc that thoy have TtCK.li:TS and UcJiUj: stamped SIIARilS in the prcfciit l.ottei^\{�h�?li-begin.'"dr;:�ing October I.i, iSO!), and j1 o Share from Mi" r. MVIl^ and-Co s Old Licensed Ot-li?e, No.ll, Foufftv, London,-where Prizes to an immense arr.ijuiit^vc buen SharejJ, Sojd,- ia�^ Reslftercd (pi tUe lii% itn-i pTi'CcdiB^ i.-nttftr^eg.--. ; � � � �          : > . ' .:    ',  r lllL GOVEHTSFMfM STMT fOTTlRV conmicnccb ,  Drawiegthe J"thofAEXT TVlOKTif. 10,000.'. for the lirist Draivii Jicxrt; every oiiier Prize-�    afloat, from iif);OQ0i': to 20/. "   �     '   '     ^ r|nill�; PL \isr places .Utwho iJurclnse KCore -aL  iheDrawingbcgiiis on etinal term.'!; an adv;>ntii2;e that tas not iiecti olKrrd to tne public for utanv vear.- wast. ONLY TWENTY TllOCSAM) TICKETS, And the HCIIEJME contains 3 Prizes of .   L.90,000 3     .................. .    '�     �li),o,')0 3   '..____ 5 ................. 1,000     &c. &c. &c. 1 No Prize less than Twejity Ponndp. The Public Will observe that| State tottrrv Prizes are paid inbterling money; 20,000/t for 'iO,000/.'Pnze; aiid^o in prn-ponion torevery other Pri2V. TicketsaniljShan'>Baroon Sale at all the Licensed Lottery Offices, and bv their .Agents. POULTRY AND ClIARING-GROSS, ^Ar/soi�y61:'. of GUI's nosi^iTAi. . INTER. CptlRSE of XECTIJRES II C'^nmcncc thc.hegviniiig ot" Oct. vi/. . TlCEof MEmClNE, by Dr. BABINGTON CUllllY..      .    ,   . Cll ImMISTII Y, by Dr. T5.\ni%'GTON and Mr. ALLEN. EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, bv Mr. ALLEN. TIlEOllY of MEDICINE and MATEltlA MEDICA, bv Dr. CURRY.           .        -�f.IlDWlEERV,  and D'.SE.AHKS  of WOMEN aad (3JllLDllHN,bv. Dr.ilAUi.HTO.N:. yU \ SrOLOGY, or LAWS of flic- ANIMAL ECONOMY, bv Dr. HA IGllTON;      '   . Ct'.l?slilAL, LKCrUltES on SELECT Ail.DICAL CA;ri-,S, by Or. BAHl.NGTON, Dr. CURRY", and Dr. JM.ARi'KT. ,  ST!l('(;TURE and D1SEA.HES of the TEETH, bv Mr. l'"t>.X. ^. h. these sevrnil Lectures are so :irra:!!;ed, tiiat no tvr�i of tlii'ui iiaerti-.e iii lac hours tti aUfiiilaiice ; and the whole, tociMhcr ^Mth ;he Lecturer .on Anatoiiiv, and tiniic on. thi-I'rnteiplss ami I'racticent Surgerv, rivea at the J hi'Mrc of St. Ihoiiias s ilosiiital adioinniEf, is caUuIated toform arcoin-iilete Course ot iN^cdltCjll apd .Chiniriiieal �.liistiiarlinus.-,  P(*riii.'>n(iAotherP;tiiticinar.^mffV be learnt fioftvAU. Suvcker, Apothecary td'Gijy'aJiostiital. ' MtDlC VL LHLVIRE, SI   UVRTOLOML'A S liOS-PII'M nnilE following COljR-iES of hmi RPS A. will be licli^'cred at the Theatre dunnsr tiiiM'iisuiag �\\ inter; . . On (i. niiotJY Td p^>\^lr iVA.�!).S, li      WVIOMUM     Wi AlO^M' ^riO �      nd Pix Af 1 It \'   -vn Vro. Y ,      Ml   f i\\      " Ilie Aaatoniical Lrcturrs ivm br'iiii  .� \\ ear.'.'.-la ., (.'ct. I. atlvyo o CVi)r.;ii; ;v!i:l the ocacr L<.T,nries hi tno coar-rc ot tiie sauw week. I'urther p.iriicaLn's iiinv be .'i.i.dwii bv appUi^;; to n?r. Nu-holsiMi, at the Apothccjrv s shop, St. ii-.iil.aoKxnciv s Hospital.__� 1,LISA15KTH i-*r .Mad. COTiiN. .IhisDav i.s publisheil, m'Jao vol. price :is. ^LISABETH,  " It's lOX I lA'S de SIBERE, JLJ ail Jlistoncal aih.Ttiinf AiTMODle oMhe Keign ot t!ie presoiit 3-*Oprror ot Riwiia, i)v filad.. Cotti^, Author of �Math'.ld;', ami s'vcral other Novels. ' .��  � friiitrd tor.M. Pki.th.-r, Nt); ;, Diik(�-street, Portlaud-pV-ire; vi hiTcinav be liM'i, MATHlliDl';. bv >i.)d. Collin rAlphoiislne, :Mad.dela Vallien-, Mad. di'^':sil;ll�^lOll; an! all tile : Novi-U of IMad. ttciilis. tae .Mcnioin's IViarinonti'); llie Soxivenirs du Co.i.te de Cabins, and tbejustlv adiinfiMl late -work ot i\f. de (lentK, ;>ublish�d in ."Mav, IbO-s on the Stale ot Enrope, alter thi,' . F^ftceof ,Frc. ow selling Tickets iwid Shares for the Lottery which beglnsDrawing October 13,'180S. This Lottery consists of-acOtlO Tickets only, and the Scheme contains three Prizes of 20,000/. three of 10,000i. three of 50,000/. .& ' Tw'eNTY TifOUSANUpQUN^D PRIZUS, ten THOUSA-ND-FOUND PRIZES. 1 1V E THOUSAND FOUND PRIZES, &c. Sec. ��'I'h'^ former Lottfrie*.�)ftJouble the NoraberDf Tickets) yo,000 Tickets: nWv, aiKl--^-^ No. other State Lottery'to be Drawp this yedr. scIiiE:^itie. �Wo. of Prizes.  �   -   Viilneof eacS. Total Value. 3......... v. ^L,20,ooo. ;.v.i i.. .;.ii;�e,o(to 3.......10^000.......'..... 30,000 f> �� - -- - .j..............: fl............. 8......,.....,..:. 20.......;..   ...  . 10....,......;.... ^'lyiJ.......... 20,000 s,ooo......:..... 15,000 1,000........... 5,000 500............ 4,(K)0.. 100......:..... ^,000 69............ &,t)00 21)............ 8i.'/tOO L.200,000 Tickets and Shni-iis arc on Sale at all the Lottery <*!icc�. ,^,.     Tlfket............ .......L.19 J5 0 v.^:-............10 2 0  Eighth............2 11' *^*"'  his Hoy.ll lli^hn:'s thePrmceof Wales, wilh same. adiiUional By tiKvAtiTiton of the Admomtoiiv LTiTT-rTi?. .,  Pnpting tor iipprrand RirharJ.s Lcad'.'n!\i>U-str.-et.   Of WiCom JH-iv-br h-ari; p}stpnbl:.-hfd price     tne I- irta 1-ditimi, TVith coiiMi'icrablf Additions ot the. Admonitory Lett, r to his Roya* Higiint'ss tne Prince ot \Villc.^.. f ViO by ^OLD, .1 CIRCUL VTI\G him \U\, JCL corsisting'of upwards of Five Hiinrfrcd Votiiaii s, ot IU:.torv, Juoa;r.  to inforiu tlnise that may be in vvaat, and desii-mis ol burrowiajj teinpoVarv or pn-inarient Sums ot_M(Miev, and pos-.scssrd ot any assigmjlile property, tii;it they may be supplied wifli any Sam (?ii fair aiuf enuitable terms, by payiiiB si'i adequate .\miuity Interest fdi; tlie saiiie. As also" niDiiey wHI, be advanced to those of'knovvii property, on tlieir personal Seciiritv.   , lVr.-45nal applications are daily received by Messrs, Lucas and Co. at No. % .Tairies-street, .\tle!phi. Strand; and letters (post paid) answered without (lelay.!- SEPtE.MJlEa 2, ISO'i. "JVrGTICE is hcroKy given, That Applicatioit is iutetided to bo made to Parliament in the next Session, for leave to bring in a Bill, and to obtain an Act for making and maititaiiiins; a Navigable .Canil, from and out of the Oxford Canal, a'l Shiptoo, Jnthe County of 0,\for.d, to communicate with a cei-Kiin Coll.iteral Cut, authorised by an Act ot Parliament made and passed in the yith year of his "-oni the'J own of Avlcs- iimi to join the Gtiind �present Maicstj's Reign, to be ni.ide fn imry, in the County of Uuckiaghai inghall, Ickford, Sh.-ibbin|;ton, Lons Crendon, Chcrsley, Nctiier Wiiichendon, Cuddington, Dintoii, Stone, Hartwcil, and Aylesbury, in the County wfUtickinghani.   ' ^ Sept. 2, 1806. ."VTOTICE is hereby gircji, that Application is ~-L^  intended to be maile to IParliamcnt, in the he.vt Session, forleave tobringiu a JJill^ and to obtain au Act, to re.; Suireand coropcl the Company of.Pronrietors of the Grand unction Camil to take such stops as ^liall be necessary and proper for beginning, carrying on, and completing^ a Collateral Cut from the 'J'own of Aylcsl.i>ry,.in thiB Gouirty of Buckingham, to join the Grand J nnction" Canal, in the P;irish of'Marsitnrth, in the said County; under aiidaccordiiig to. the provisions and powers of the Act of Parliament made and passed in the 3)th year,.of the Reign ,ef .his; jircsent Majesty, intituled, " An Act for making certain Navigable Guts from the Towns of Buckingham, il>jlesbury, and Wendovor, in the County of Buckingham, to communicate with the' -Grand Junction Navigation, autborlfed to bftmadebyan Aet' of the last Session of Parliamenf, and for amending Uic said Act," and certain other Acts of Parliament in tluit behRlf made, within stich time as in the .wisdom of Parliamfnt shall bethought.mcetto )>e limited..fnttiliiit purpose; . AndrIsp,-to'ifcstrain the said Compiiiiy of Prcij^rietprs,' of tlte said , Grand Junction CanaU-trora inoliicgany.didtHbution', appor> f'lionment, or dividendf of the tnlls, ^ratcg,jiuid.duties^: arising from theGrand Junction Cunalj or ^oUijtewlt'OHtSj'or. any ot'them, ontll thcsaid'rCoinpauy of .Propriet�rs'shall iSavc applied the sum of Twenty .Thousand -Two Hundred and I' itty-slx Pountfe, whicl\ tjjpj,; in.,th�ir corporate capauily*i have-engaged to apply towards' th^ execution    the said Collateral G�ti; fronfthe Towil Of Aylcsb&rjfi M tM GrandT Junction Caiial in the Parish of .fllaitiivarth.afbrosaltjlw' And. further, to require at'itl compel the said CoTporatiqn to apply i such 8un\ 6r sums of nioiiey as buTcbecil substaribed aitij puJd KOine years since to tli�in, under the covenant and-avWnU'iit of the'siiid CofpflrutioH of tljeir then hitcotidnt. forthwlili to � proceed, and 'n'iti�outdelay,4ot|i nia^iui;pt'':arC9inHiuuici)i^; tioufrom the said Towh'M Avle^ry; to thi^ Graud June-ti(m(>anol i� tbesnidParisb qfrMfajiswurthi In the case pf the riho^esum oFTwenty ThoasamlTwo Hundred aoiH Flft>-six Poiuidii, so engaged to bcddV&uced'for'tfiis purpose, bc� ingfouiuliiisuOiij'rut, -v, dr. JOJIN nETDON'(yOiN'S'tJAn'TIO.\. This Day is pubtished, iB.-wift.�ilfgant volume, post octavo, bricc 7s. ill boards, A TREATtSE'on the ORIGiNT, PROGRESS, ItL.  prevention, and TREATMENT df CGN-.WMPTION, r   By .JOTIN REID,  Memberof the Royal CoUegi;. of Pysicians, London ; Se-"lior Physician to the Fiiisbiiry Di..,,. .r^..    ,.,u j..ci:turer on the Theory and Practice ot; alcdiciye. lioaddu; printed for Richard i'hillips, No, 6, Bridgc-stroet; Blackfriars; and sold liyJoiin Mflirav, Fleet-stnvt; .1. Callow:, Cro\vii-couvt,Solio;T.i,Cox,St.'fhOmas's-strcet, .''�<)iitliw'ai-k; and all other Booksellers.   , ~    �DlW.St�I.U'J'K);\ of 'I Wt; PARLIAAth.N'l'.     " Thisday.ispulilimied, price Nine, Shiliiii^rs in boards, or. itaU-a-Giiiiii'ii bou\id in red, in one thick ai:fi; eIo.;cIy printed volume, the size of lD(-l/i:e"tt� and Kr.iv^.lev s '^rUoTlRAPTIICAL INDEX to the PRE. SivNt HOUSE of.cmiMONS, cohtairtiiifr brief hut correct Notices of the Lives, the I'anuly, aijd Party- Otui--.uw-tiojis, trte Seliafotlhl CftaracfcrTind Gondnct, and other usetul and satislactory.Particulars Vt f � ;st(-m extant, with iinmerous Maps, fee.   liy the llcv. J. t.old-smith, price "Zs. 1.(1. bound in rod. An I:.asv Graiiiiiiar ol Phijosophy,'or ( 0"ipli't:v and (,onip;-ndious System ol the .Arts and .>ei.-iic<'H, ilhtsir.itcd by tiiiailiar Ex pi-riiueiits, and by numerous I'lafs. w r!tt.'.'ii on the Pr.n'tic.il Pl:.ui ot tlie^ii-.iwimar ot Geo^'raphy, bv the Siliiie .Author, price .'is. (id. bound in c:i-t.-eii. . �\. A he Elemenls ot -Satural History, loundi'd on the. System oi Liinianis. with popular Descr'.ptior.L:, in the. manner  i f�oldsiii!tli anil Ikiilon, illMStrat*-d bv C �pp:-r-pl.ite Re-pri'si-niations oi two hiindn-d suibiec-ts... liy tae Rev. W . iMa-; vor, IjL.D. pricjMis. bound. .0. A System of Shurt llaiul, that which is taugh-t in the various PubLe ScikkiIs, anil which is used usid in tiie i/oiirts ot Law m tiu-. Metropolis.   By W. Mayor, LL. !). -^ci- pr:ce:;s. td. in boards.             ......  - h. 1 he I'.lemcnts ol Land .'=iurreying, in Iheory and Prac-tici'. illustr.ated with cnppi-r-plaici*, plaurand coh.'urvd, .with taiHes, ^Jc. By Aliraaani Crocker, Uiud survey or, ol' I'l-ome, price 7s. bound. . .       :       ,       ^   �_   � � ' r        iHt. J\lAV LfK      IMYYV   V\OJtK. ilusDay is published, in two FdeKaiitJV oUiiiu-s foolscap oc-� (avo, pi-ice'9s. in boanls,   . ..- i   , rvnirf?'^ Giri' to jus caii^)!iEx, c(�vsistiiijf (iX Orlgiiitil ESSAY b, TALES, l-ABLEJi, IIEFLECTIONS, &e. Jv'c. ilvV/n.LlAMMAA^or, LL.d. Rector of Stoaesheld, in O.xlordshire, V icar of Ilurlev, in Berksaire, and Cn.ipiaui (o the Earl ot Aloira. Printed tor Richard Phillips, No, b, New Bridge-street, aiid to be had of all booksellers. 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Lumsdcn, Glasgow; and j-'UH othex flookscirersand.Stationei's. Of whom mav also be had, ,   , 1. AN ENGtlSH SPELLING BOOK, accomp^niedby � a progressive; Series'of easy: Arid familiarLessons, adapted �tgijthe canaoititisof Children, and einbcHiiihed ^8'��* numl)erof-rcad-InEexcrcijcs from the best authors, than �re to. be fouad in. 5 ahv t>thei' work of the sarat dcSoription; every L?3S0U Ijavliw a ^ariy^delnert obiectr-atitl teacbing some Principle df �k��eor�vioraUtY, orsorteUi>pottantUftth, By t,ho Hev. D��idBWr, price S8.bo��il. v rpWO MiRTGACrX: JOL f>^ on an Ksia% , JL YorkAhir'". for 'Sf/t^U 10s. and ��rnn valiiaijk- i'.p r-;, bel)ii(;inj; to tiie late Captain jl.irvii'ajll", ot Knwsw'i,�replace, Bath. Captain H:ir.?.''2.=:I;: -,-aS in i-i/n'oi) >n V,-Spnn^ ot lb()v, :w�eii it jpp -iirs h;; iklJ them in an 'r^>- ovf-r can .::ve i:it(jr;:iatioji to i\U. Jdihv, -Vo. (.�ray s-iiiii-�null-", i.oiiil'in ; or .vir. tooitc, b;>i.Ci;r,r. ;�,!>-tol, r-.5)�t-<;iiii? iiicts. �'i  i.:. i 'I ,(:;Ci>!i;.AS.__ , , .ISl. t.'ie, BI i E or iM.Ati IJiiG.'i, aad oiner .Af,i.'n..ii pr:-part-d by Mr. .Tame* .Kill, .'\pt)tri -cifv, i-.o. �. Vt-y:'-street, Bcdturcl-row, ( Ntphew oi tliC lat.v \'.. lilH^i-i. a tlrairkirk) , and sold bv n-s ,App(jiiilij:e.!t, bv irt-. i;a'.,'fr. Nd- 1, Cheiipsiile, ciiriu'r of P;(t!-riiri-^(er-i-.iw^:'^,Ir'. f-r^r-n!. ^(>. I.^)'J, Otroril-sireet; .\ir. i'id. anil Siv. ( l.ir:u -No. X'l;, Earouicli. y.s It IS or t.ie'ir;;at!-st eoiLsc;|ul';--i'to have the Cf^aaiiic jViedicmi', the Piililu-are can;i:.'_.-^ iig.na't sp-uriou? Prip.u-ratiniis. jNoiie is deiiuiiie lii-vc m not m-ju :d bv .iVJr. .la n-.-^ Hill, and sealed wit:\ IM'Coat of .\rmii.-All Persons ii: t.v-G.iiuitry wishing t'. Mr: Eiilli-r. jVo. I, Cl;e;il)s'!de, Lomliin. ~ l;i.\(j.ns -vTn riijii.-a>i s pili,s. " rilFIESl-; I'ills Iwvoloiiir obtained a just ccIeJ-jrih-_E. mtiie private pr.iclire ot tl-.e Praprieior, ?>lr. Dixon, ApoHii'carv ; and frwiii tnvir'.rreal ;utc , he Vra^ pi-rsaiicii-ii to olu-rthcm t-i th" pubiic,.Uiia^f the apprib-itini) am! tiic sanction of tiieir �ii-r. i he .Pills are toiiiid ti) ue .�^n liicimip.-.mbl.! rnmedv for rr-?ti>riinr tl|C�(in"to me stoia.-icl;, lor canaji ladiiiv-.tiK .".'r preveiitm};CnuiUn-i. aii'iTr.cir consiujui-iit t!isa;^n-i-ai)l-� eiif.--tatior.s and ti,l(ni'.'i!r-.'s. J liev nri-vciit UabitisaUaid temporary     0 s, M n. Ik id ,.(11 ,   'id n Tt i ni \,Ii ^ j \ casiiiniid bv,prtgnaiicv, jiiu a.debilit-ited jtom.-icU,-Trhcthey^ arising 's\-am the acriiiioav ot the reUuiithiiit odv, lutempera'.e diet, or dnnKiagto e.\'ccss. Bv pi'oniotniE-a diie sccrclioii of the bile, they areobserv-ed ivondcrfuUv ta*ctear a sallow cempleMiai, ai>d btirL' .T. (i'rt.iiiiv tliouu;h gentle npperitivev tliev picvi-at those on-structi.ins 111 ttie liver, v.hinli arc so truaMtisinse in ail coun-u-ies'. but pm-ticulArly fata! i-i warai cliiaat;;';. .On (ins oc-couiit ihi.'.v are a val-j.iblcth-i-dt-iatyw ii; tiieuicdiCiuC eh^vis ot tiiDse who {Til abroan, or in^Ua !it:f]j:r,: vdviiiCv. ihv Sire airadnitrabl*; piepaiaiive to sea bKtiitiiic, mssamch ti.at till- success m the conr----.! nt it, greml-; tt'.-iieii.i.' iiuoa tan ,r:ojd ugi'oftaem, especially-Wiieii bricenterslaio ttic complication for vvhirii seabatliu!!^ is prv'scrii'ed. ,- ."wld wluilcsulc-niid vita vial ftjr. Lullrr �; No. Chfnp-sidi', cor.irr ot Pntcrnoster-row ; ajd itt.iil l>vinnst cou'-.crv fth-iiciiie Venders in evcr^' town, in boxes at -ji, �d. a;;.! e.icV. _.   � �   ..        .          �_ m'>>iii 111!- liinlil ill),). Xci^ i^arl or LXi.IJiR. lo :\!r. CHl.Nvi, .ipotnecary. No.      l;:e.-ij.:m1c. ,  t^iii, . .� Lniler.sla'-ul fronnny Ajjothucirv-. t!;.it of Miir t JUNG'-.n ' ^ NT \N or\ 1 I ( ^  � d f r^f ^ niiu' wee:i.s ; it sh;- Vav i!:i\v;i ors-.o.):: up, 1h>' p-.im aD');it th?^ r-frnnoi the .^tmaarh ivt's i:n.ri.-a:c"l : s;;.-ira.1 not eal =: litj i::ci't lur many nee^--.   L'.'cri' .r.'^diriDC tivativ.o i'i\\iic\ -.5 It ail ai>l" ..XDiitii'.-car iiro , venture er    , srin (TiVtMi toiler, but .witr.iiii ........ levnte;! the paia, biit t;i;".t iv.is 0;jly t;.-nip().-.irv r."l takr.igyinir i>Ieu.-iiae t\iri>il'.vs ui suje-fs=!i)i), s;:a       \ b' gan to eat her meat, and,fram twr-.l uoie sa r ;rei:a d nnenever me uoweis are castructca, your .-lituicino ilor.e relieves hi-r. tu ai-Aficr f. .lio-^es, in IJo.xes, at'iC?s. escluat Chin^and Eutlcr's, No. I, C-Jie'ipside. corai-r'of l'a!'.'J.'h'-t.-r-r.>�.        �        _ � URTilEll Proofs of thi.': Kilicacv ot ilio i;uv. Dr. B.VR CLAY'S AN TIE ILiuVS PILLS: From Lord -'\iisort, St, .himos s-sqiinre. Sir-1 have for saniu'lime taken ytiur (, liarclay's) Patent Aiiiibiliinis Pills, as Wi-U as vonr Si>eciiie for th;-(7oat, ai-.d 1 fei'l li-ippy in iiifonni.-is; vou. t hav>- always received tiie.. f:ri-att-at liem-l*t and relu-f troin th.-m ; and sa^iU, as \ ti-.iv,-always done siiu-t-1 liave evperieiict-it their cliicacv, feel the greatest pleasure iHre-commeodiiiK thcra. �      . ����   1 am, -i-our's, f;c.        ANSON. To the Rev. Dr, Banlav.--i-Vb. 17. J'roiu Alili-rniaii iliDhcrt. Si n-Having so essiMiti.illy beav-fiiied by your D.ircl.tv"--Aiitibilioiis Pillti, 1 should accuse myseif wc!--- 1 Jo iaU.-r any assertions to yoar advanta;;e to patsininniu-ed, Iluivo be"en applied tobv sever.'.l tnendsat iJath, to send them some Qf your Pills,aiid am convmeed jou w'ouTd fin-' Hie aiiva.;!-tage to establish-t.jie.sale of thi-ni at that place. I ain happy to say my b'calih-is now very good, aljil am .iliv:iy.s ready to ackiiowlcdge tUu merits.of yoiir SU?diciiie. Laiii,' Sir, your obedient humble servaiit, , S. m EBElvl'- Brook-street, Dec. P; ISO.%      ^ .  .       ". Sold wholesale and retail at Mr. KjiUers, No. 4, Chepp side, corner of Paternostcr-nuyand ret <.il by most Com,ir y-MediciHo.venders, inb.oxesr Itirv-.-. m">reasi;iv drterminedj It is^uougb Uwt \he-ev;l,ejijs�*,, ,'<;i.i it is a viiJuable hlestlug, that lU-.^ great and benr-uceitt 5.'r iiiivt a'i peffejrtcuee*' ^ SoM whole^Ieand retail by Slwiv .ipd EdtvinU, i-|%tfci.j.k.,.:n�. f . .�l..V ....n.r-........i..... .1.      , ... Paul's Church-yard; the Kcnuine amcle Iim Uu-.r fra�ed on t^e Staaip. frkc&i.M. Iu>. cvv aaJ   

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