Courier, September 9, 1806

Courier

September 09, 1806

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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 drf- 4 LIRUtE^f A NT i.i an old Regiment b'r one Indies, js dcr xIl Battalion, jnst returned from the \Vp�t In Sirous to exchange to a licgiment in or goiili; to ttie Lcfeward TUESnJY, SEPTEMBER 9, ARMY CONTRACTJ;. Cmnmitsary-Oenerars Office, CrlQyliitn. iin4i*�'sn0cKbT*f�rfr�es with tegayd, t� �(*ticty, Ito, Sr�'%S�^ ta^'^e ftrniiihcd, and security, if t.;. �uUa-L�ttefi (pvrtt-paid) addic sed.t* A.T. at No. ^0, ircadlotrcet, Ohe^i">, Jvill he ivit.\ rvl>c.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 artii of 4JriurY to tiie Cloth, bv thcCin'MI-i:A o HL.-'ACIliNi'j.LIQU'lP,- it aK'O r!'iHi)vej(st?diis from i'.nlf Itesses, without i;sVarin|^ tlielJutV colour, vful Testcresall kiuilsof Uueu to its orlgiual wOuteness wliendio-; coloured by bud wa�King, disuse, aad long sea voyages. . 1 'repared aiid sold by Hudsaii an d Co. '27\ iiavmarfcet; �WE;oTy, BriShtoii; Baxtirand Scott, Edinburgh  Haziivd, jBath; -Cope, Birminplmmj Swiiifen, Leiccitrr? Collins, Coventry I tiarpcr, Margate; Witherrten, Ramsgitte; Long, Desl  N/iilpfi, Dover; and otliei-s,ia bottles ,it:'s. vach.aU fiiackfiifire,^!iFA l^yo^sirotn Liid^ Te^ up^asuch: f us niUst give content, if. th j)ps^tbly'jftj^^ittained at any ^Varehouse hiretofore eit'x-MisJiod,^^idjh?, FaWic ,axf ctfully rpitiiudcd, tJiat not less than01le,|'o.artd ,of a Kind will bf sold; and also, fir their fartKefr'advai4agc,rjoafSug;u-, by thf Loaf, aud Moist Snffarby'thcSsv^nFottJid^iorunWffrd*. Coil'eealwaysfreshfoasted^nd of t6? best Quality, N. B. The >V"ire}iou*fi� open frdiHS o'clock in the Morn-ins uiitilBo^Clo^kiia^^ , TiiE GO\'ERfijiNT 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:Upnts. 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, Lower Enston-strcct, Pimlico, nillb'-iiirMii'di-.itely attended to. , TO rHii CLi.KGy. Nir GLF,llG\'MAN of independent fortune wishing, to ItENT an excellent PARSONAGE-HOUSii, Furnish-d, and capable of cont.4iHing 4 large Faniilv and to dnrfertake occasionally tlic care of a siuhII A ilampshifei near two Alarket Tpwns, and cjmnmands a beau-tifttl vit-w of the New For.ist and tiie Ide of AVight; C3tqel� lent Garden, and four 4cr, for TWivVrY-TJIRKK G X N EAS o^ih , a .beautiful PIA NO FOUTF, ^^ Itb : tional Keys, Pedalv iiiisidc Desk, and the nc�f fas!iiou�d Stand, perfectly new, by TO.VIKISON ; bespoke a few davssince,bv a Ladjrfjoing abroad, for which she paid Thirty-two Gkrneaji. Ajpanicuiar ciroimstanee having occurred, sije is obliged to part with it, andlt i.� removed >() No. H,- deirester-i-'treot, Lei-cf ? years from M ichaeimas daj* next, when the present tt'n;uit quits. � For Particulars, inquire of Messrs. Bra v. Solicitors, Gretit Ru.v'll-strcpt, Bloomsburv. laft MKAT SAFliS and OlSti COV^hJRS . . to keen Meat, Poultry, Butti-r, Cre.tm, and all kinds of Victu:ils, from flics, �wisps, and evrn-UiU,Opposite St. .Vnlrew's Chur.'h : where aisO'.'irw jnnthcrbuB pattertis of th^ir-Biaclf apffroVcd stintit; light wire fences, proof^ against hiirses, oxen, sheep, deer, hares, &C. anv qu.iiititv of whicii may be bad on the sliorte.'it �fe. New'inventfd'Wire Hunlles, for enclosing and fold-iheep, far pnfer.ible to wood for dur.ibilitv and appt-ar-'. Large iyiirder.s for Venison, Aviaries for Birds, and notite ingshee ahce. 1 .. . AVire-work for Dairy aiid Lsirder Windows,cveculed on the shortest notice. A large assortment of IJrass-wire Fire guards, Fenders, &c._.\ . .  No. 50, CSiariiig-Cro.ss, near the Admiralty, London "AREIIOaSF. forthc.POAVDKRd to 'V TlvN THOU S 'V N D PO UNt)^; Alt other Capital Prizes are aHoat. PURCHASKRS of Tickets and Shares will haTc t!4c Opportunity of obtaining all the .Capital Prizes, provided they wurcfo^. .before the Drawing commtmces, which will be. Mi> 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,Jf Esq. ' UpperCrcscent, Bath, July 2d�]$ai5, SlROAfCceiptor 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 l'���i.f|' J'^Wa, The Rev. Wm. Barclay, LonlOti.  |be Rev. William %^lay�trn� PS ' u 4 ^?Btrtily �ledi�ine^ ^fj alLl^bimplaibts Sand Sicl^WijiWr t)o^le�cies,.lud%e*Uon, heart- , Sold WhoWiiepa Vt"" "J^'^ Bu�pr\ No. 4, Qj^p-Bliic, cori)erorP4t�moiiter-rowj;aml retail by roo5t CdMvy Medlri�ieVendjcn|,lMbom,aV.�,/id.�airh* i Observe, b^ne *an ije genuiije. ibui has not the WMfne of � rtiiwid the outrttle wrapper of �!�ri|Wij6tfolk, , : Nbrthatd^ton', Nuttinghaiu, North iihtaio, J.efscy, That the deliveries of Forage are ta commence oo and for Ihe'iathdayof Oct. next, (except in the Islands, wherethe issues will nut,commence before the 'ijth November), and thuss.of straw.for liVUiig Paliasses the Ist of November next, and those of tuc latter arttdcs to cuutintie Until tbe Jjst of October following, . .i-    . Ihat Prtposals for Forage, scaled v^'.antiinarkod " 'An-tierjur Furiige," vi\\\ be received at' ttiis Otficc, untd the aoth instant; sVs also for Straw tor nllnij Paliusses, sealed up, and markwl T>m(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)urouriety of bis sentence, _scptj,_i-8utr. �.. � ,. � � � � . ' lUE LAST NEWiWOVELS. v The fitllowiog superior and poputm-N'mcIs have been pab' �i�liedlbtbepr^.-nt siRW>M,. 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*>..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>oaidutch�%9u8e of Schools and .Sludents; aiiJ inclu.lihg. i Cieometryj Trigonomi-try; Land .MeafuniVij, by th Plane 'i'able, 'I'lifodolite, and other liistrumeiits; t- By ABiWHAM CROCKER, Land Survoyi^r, of Frome, iii Su^.ievsetshi tshire. Ueis w�.5;ravini;b, plain and co-limred, asBh;>ulil 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 ncru-ttti^t i 'Ct^tweU,'PrihtJ�r* Ba'th i Wolstt nhidm, VoTk,�tc. aild till .Venders of Ak^iciue' in Town and L'oun^rv, pncA ' 6s. SdTtltL^biixVor In larger boxes��ii|y H. ii;^ wlijch contain th��Uui]{ity f f

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