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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 9, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N"'. 4,3^9. 1^ I,ONDON'H(Di3P[rAL; , THT^ LT^CTfJllES, of (Jus MOSPITAt. m commen'-p (�t) the 1  'RliPUTABLli WnOLESALE UliALERS. 1 Yot/N^a Mjt-iatTSO 5I.4N, of gooa coftnections, JjHf r?8irtinE m GliBgOw, vrislie^ fo becoisw Agent to sdine lespfictattle W|�dlP�aIe.:procer,lJr^>Ter,or^>.ii Oealsr, Iron, � Lf ad, or Coppfer Merchant, Starch, IJluc, or Paper Manuf'ac-tttTPJ'jJopDrysalte^. Froniiiis etporit'tKH' iii iMercantile AU'iiiv^ 4fv, Jvill he ic.U\nts adapted ftn; Ldjranes, Pnblt(-f:'.c!s,-^?'IiCo'�'^''"S-''"'"*'''''' with machnies adapted, �({j-^rAlXStf Keel Port Wine, Tea, Fruif,.Mi!d^, tj*, -i;iri every vegetable matter, arn eiitin-lv removed A-imi T.-iS)i;'-lt!�M^ Cottons, Wu.-,liiHi, lifiie, aail other arti i of 4JrV"ire}iou*fi� open frdiHS o'clock in the Morn-ins uiitilBo^Clo^kiia^^ , TiiE GO\'ERf ijiNT STATJIi tiOTTERX coiBmfaces Uraw-inethel^th-ftfNFAT MONTH.    '      ' 40iOOW. for TtNt OSat Drawn Jick*.t J every titter affoat, from 2i�,00OA to 20.'.:', ' ? fWimS PLAN^ places all wh^ purcliJise before JL  the rjnwing begins on equal tcrtrs; an .ndv.intage that ias not been oiK f'-d to the iniblic f/ir man v vean past. ONLY TAVi.NTY TKOU^AND TlctaSk And the SCHEME contains Priiees of L.20,00"> -----..... io,n5o ......... -3,000 , 1,000 ,  &c. &c. &c. No Prize less than Twenty Poiinds.. TheJ^uhlic ivlll o!js.rve that;State Loitrrv Prizo�aj'ep�jd in !iti'4:Up nts. 3 3 9 . . , . . - TATj'^, LOTTERY, to comtiieiicc Drawing the l.-^th of ueXtMoiith, and no t^her Lottery to bedectded by liie same. Only TWENTY TfrOUSAND TICK UTS. The Scheme (Jontaing, 3 Prize* of t.^0,000 S.......................... 6,000 ,. &c.. &e. &c. And the lowest Pri;te Twentv Pounds. The FirstDraWnTicket.Aviil he entitled to TEN THOUSAND POUNDS, being ilw oi:ly fixed Capital,-TickeU and Shares are dn Sale by RlCHAftOSON, GOODLUCKandCo. Stock- BrBkprs,. Corn)'dl, and Charing_Cros�, London. LKSS TllJKiyrs and AlOilE Plii/ES. No. 4, Clofnhilli'and No, 9, Charlng-Oroas^ London, B|SH assures the Public, that the only JL,� Lottery tofiedraWii tki�5't^r is theifretcnt STA'J'E LOTTERY, and tkat no private Lolterv �^BateVer is to be decided bythfe State Lottery tliat begins df.iwitfg the 13th of noxtgionth. The Sc|>�ne pf the S() No. H,- deirester-i-'treot, Lei-c<'5ter-s the' l3th of Octolier next.-The Scbeine coutainsequal Advant.aResof, * TWENTY THOUSAND POUND PRWES, TEN THOUSAND POUND PRIZES. FIVE THOUSAND PtHUND PRIZES,/i:c.&c, Theformer Lotti�rie� of doable tliB Number of Tickets; aO,()00 Tickets only, and other State Lottery'to be Uruwu this Year. SCHEME. Mo. of Prices. � ValucOf e.-ich. ' Total Value. 3:;.......... ;L,20,oao..;........ .L.b"0,000 3................   Mono............ 38,000   ' i),0tX)...lfi,0()0 1,000............   5,000 :)0o..4,eoo ioo.........;r.^.:2joqo' m..v.,.......  8,000.   . 20............ 83,000 ineO Of conWhem.cnt. B^t though the Ajiilcptic Pill* are aliW very sserviceable ia b'dious and other de.e]>-seated disor-dep, yet being designed w a mild purgative �nly, and therc-rori^not always BuftJciently active, the Airtibilious Pills hav. been recoatuie/Jded i� aid^by an eminentj'hyiician, wiio hai used'these Medii�*iiii� eiiinbibed'fiirr rbany.yean jvHh the happiest success^ in all complaints of the Liver, as well as other , -^oldonlyby F.Newbery and Sons, No. 45, St. P-aul's OWtjrtfhryara, pn the Coach-way, finir doors from t,he corner ^OfCht'ap^ide, Londort} .tod at Df. J;mc�''s latehou^c, in BTutwi-stfcet; viz. the An�lej>t�� PiWs, p^ce 4^ 6d. a bo.v, oritlX in DneUrgettdJ^for il. 4�.: audtiie Antibilious Pills, pri*e 2�. ad. ^>�.��, duty included. Observe that the. words J{J'.Iicvbery,J f Esq. ' UpperCrcscent, Bath, July 2d�]$ai5, SlR OAfCceiptor tl^ig, I reijucttyou^ill srud me'si Kdou- ' jtfiA tWfI'/e bottle* fiPEOlFlC Ineloied i.s a dlaft for 60'! (fy ytiuj-sclf f(jr the MedlciMe, and apply the remainder to [0 publication of the f�lloWlng*n�e j-*F^rtlielart fourteeu 3,.,..;...;....;; b....... 8j............... 20................. 4o................ 4a00..w....i..... 50,000    . L.200,000 Tibkctsimid Sliat'cb arc on Sale at all the lm(Ur j'oi-.iiai'i.acli Sliuu,' until the lii.jt;i, but none will; J^e^-received after LE'ven ro'Ll^^^ on these days, audif Seiit lity tJie prist the postage mui,t lie paid,      , .     . FOiaoE, ^ . Separate Propdsals' must be made for the sujjply of Forage for tuewholeot the ttorseskept for his Majtaty s .Service jii tile Islands of Gui'nisey, .fr.isey, tiod Alderney, and those for tiie Cavalry in Barr.icks inhligliind aiul Scotlaud, must be made for each Couiity.     ' ^/liARRACK STRAW, Prnlios-ilsfor Straw for tilling I'ali^ses raustbe made se-paratelv, tor the whok- ofitie Bajracks in. the-Islands of mu.i'r.isey, J.ersey, und Aldtniey, as als6 must those for the Barnicks in tilt >�rtii Uriuiiu, and for the liarraeiis in Eiig-jaad i distinct proposals must beniade for each County. : Each Tender mu->i containthc names of two su'.ticienirfuri--tiesi with their pluceMu'rtsiiieuce; and no l'rupo.Sikls will br iiotu'ed, unless in.ide on ornnnexcd to a I'riMteJ lender, aiul the Piices e.Tpr.s.sed iii words at length; iior unless the i'arty, or ttuirAgciilattend at tiiis OiKce on thv' day t'cjU-Jwiug tuc iibove (Liti's, to kiiow tne decisiou tiierood, Parvicul^ir-j of, the ContrHfts inuv he had upon appiicalion at tiii.* Oflice bet.yeeuthe iiours of ten and fi'ur, at iVir. i)^;-ttuty Commissary fGeneral -Assiotte s OdicLS I'.diiiuursii; at Mr. Atei>taidl-oiniui�:iry katVlings'j Oife^^ at ftlr. Coh�niss.iry i)uM,. by RltiltARU iJflULLlPa* NA. n, lirit^Si'.'-sU'eet, Uttrekfri^ts.) fMiHx^xmj bwlUUl of all Bniok�eU.-rs, and at all (Jircnbiling Libraries: 1. rpHK WILD laiSilGl111. / By Mte JL  Owewon-, J vols, l^s. 6d. in {Jdards. , '2. TilE Wl.NTtiK LONDON. The Flflb Editi<)n. Edition.  By J. S, Surr, 3 v *>..By Mrs. Tci^Te, 5 vols. ^ i s, ui boards, ' 4. The NOVICE of ST, UOMINICR. By Miis Owen-son, 4 \ob. 18s� in boards., iK FLEET\>O.0Di or, tHe New Man OfFcelingi By AVm, Godwin,   vols, I js. d. tn hoards. (i. VIRfL'OCS P'JVE:(.rY, By Hcnrj Siddonsi 3 vo^s.. l-'g.-i ri. l>oaidulil ronipl.'t-ly instractthe young Surveyor iu the imponant aft of cornr.tVlnd elegant Drawing. Printed for Richard j^illips. No. ti, Bridge-rtrect, Blackfriirs; ami ((> behad of all liooksi-lk-rs iU tlie United Killgdopi. D..DiCArEl> Bl.'^iiO a 1 PEUMISSldN jfO iHE LOftO DISTEMPER, MANGi:, and other, DISEASES of  � ��� � 1>0GS. fflHE following most valuable MKDIGfNES -1. (dlscovcredaud prepared byMr, BLAINE, Veterinary SUrgeon, No. 5, Wells-street, Oxford'^Htrect) .are po-tronised and used by several branches of the Uoyal Family, by aJmpat all the Nobility, and by every celebrated Sportsman.in the United .Kiiigaoni. DttTiiMPKK.-His Medicinal Powders for Distemper, price Is. (id. p.-r packet, usually sufficient for the Cure, are actually lu request in every part of the filobe". M*J*ftl!.*'liis Spepilic Ointment for Mange is the most ca �This Ointment is a stfieedv and cerhiin.C4M, urie)}^. (id. per Box. Foulnrsti apd lt^iur,�f we Skin are remuvedr- as well.as cotldltioh iHrorooted.'l^y vif Alterative Condition Powdiirs, �price 2s.-porSet.''':'*-.v.'j:->; PpAGiHO .PAl't-^ 4 but cffiectivff poigative, price 2�,6d..plBr-Bo;K;"-y," :    � ,   <� y Als Whok-wle AgenU, Mr. Bobsov, 4, Old BtQa4-�ttvet, where Mr. Blaine iittciids lliuli i Of LA. This Day is publifihedi elegantly printed in small Oe'.avo, Aurice is, in boartis,. i- DEMO^fWrilATION of the EXt^jl^ENGR of (;bD,Urduredt'rom the WO.VDEUFUli WORKS Of NAlUllE. Translated from the French of Cll.\TEAU-UllIAND. Bv FREDERIC SHOBERl: Prlntcd'fttf^tchard'PbiBipsr t>�-Ih*^ fllack- uiars, � ; �   � ihe Tran-lator thinks it propcrto give to the Public the, follovviiigcliaractef of this small Work, in the words of tbft venerable nnddistinguished Preble to wh�in it is dediivitcd. Ilis Lordship observes that "it is not caleulat'.'d for t'lc i;i-slruction of Philoiuphcrs, but it will eularfje the views of theiguorant, it will arrest tlie atti-ntion ot thetlvm,'titles', and It will give animiwlse to th piety ofsobcr-minded nun : there are passages iu it which emulate the eloquence of Rbssucr." . " � :    -'   ' , '  � TO C0LNTRYGENTLI:MEN AND OTHERS. firf" The fallowing I^stoi-.ti.e .VUdiciiie Isinsuth itepute :i3 to be usi-dand rcComnieu.leri b, many of the FaCuU>, ForN ERVOUS DLSUROEKS and IN HARD DECAr. Loss of Memory, j I'teblencss, � Diiniieijs of Si^'i.r, llorrors of the Mind, Pains ofthe Hack and Loins,! Pac.lvtic Coraplaiuts, &c, Tieiiibliiigs, '    i HUNTEPv'S RESTORATIVE BALSAMIC PILLS, Country Gentlemen and others are infoi'med that uiey may ' be tu'ppliod with tnis v.iluible Medicine by sen ling thfir Of uers by Coach men or jjs'ensnien, or by ci:closi;ig Gash ill a small" i'arcil directed to Mr. John Wade, Vo. 'lii, OU Bond-stfef t� Lon Jon, fury\ hich purp-jse complete packi;!g bovcs are provided^for sending iiwiinsatWty lo any part of tbiskingduni, irtlantVj Scotland, &c. HUNTERS'sUKSTORATIVE BALSAM for restoring and iavigoriti;;gthc constitutions Of pefsoi� . weakened arid d.-bilititen b y a course iiif dissipated plciisures, or ijfdecd by auy"�' iu'r eaufe=. Every day produc-'s fresh accounts of the si'i^^alafsurress Of ?hi3 invaluiiljle lleatofati\e Medicine, aiid maiiy geLticnn-u luivo'befU candid enough tt declare, that it has suceivi'td in cases irhen every other Medicine provi-diaell'ectHal. �  Genllonien of t.ie first distinction in tiiis kingdom, as well a* others, whose v-onstiiuiioiis wi^re broken antl debilitated, have ejcpi-ric dtha good ert'ects of ihis Restore tive Medicine, I-or Nervous Disorders proceedmjifrom ex-VWSivedrinking, dissipated pleasures, the imn:o.!eiiite Use of tea, or from whatever occasions great debility aud relaxaiiou of the solids, a better and safer uudicine cannot be taken. Numbers who bad undergone too powerful cout^'^ of nier* cury, (that banc of healtli.y, which reducedthem to n stiti' of .miserableexistence, revelvd the utrtnJ^t bi-nefit from this {{  successful.; tientlemen from the East and West Indies^ whose h.ibits were relaxed by the heat of those climbtes; hnye received great bem>fit from this medit'ine, as w ell as Ofliccns belonging to the Army and Navy, whose Coufttitutions were impaired by hard services, the various ehanges of climate, &e; Persons far advanced in yearishouid frvqucntlv take a f-w bo.iesufthi$ Re;$tonitive, which will umaziHgly strdjigthei them, be the means of preventtbf; various disorders, iiid in soine measure guard against the ravagrs of time, * Tnis li- -Dturative mav be taken with great safety, by both se us, ,-\c aiiy ft^son of the year, without restraint or cominemeut. Extnat of a l.etter received from a GeiSkmaii: *' As to the pHiencv of the Itestorative in my Nervous" complaint, 1 should feel myself in a maimer ungratefdJ, if t did not ackiio wled'j;.' the great brn dlit I received Ay hen various othcrniedicines had been tried to oo purpose; ami, Ibcfefore, although I have bee� in the hiirlHl of nc
                            

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