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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 12, 1806, London, Middlesex                                1^^.4,392. THEATRE ROYAL, DRU|t>Y-LANEH ; THK Public are most respectfuHy iivlOrinecl, thatthiS'THEATRE WILL OPEN TO-MOR-jROW? Srpt. 13, 1806. AVHen their Majcstiies Servants will act Ae Cottiedy Off ,   ' The HONEY MCON.     P ^    .       ' Thjlce,Mr.^Jilltoon; Rolamlo,Mr. KusHrll; Coinit M�n-lal^an^      *'*^^*''^'5 'Balilu�s:dr, Mr. WroUjrlitdii.: Liini-pprfn, Mr. Matfiews  Jaqtieai. ftln.-Ponlcv,' (BisiBK H1afir$t MiSsMellon;.Zni^onij'Mis� Hayce; iIostp*f, RUs. Sparfes. In "Act T?. a-Song bv Miss i>iuica!), (tompiwedby AlK After the Play a DWerttsi-iucii}, composed by Mr.WEg-Tillc; called    .;    '        ' J; ThMr Bos\v('U-co(ir|, Lirtfu)n*s-itm.  / TWrOTICR is herobf given, That Applicatiaii Js; i�teudcd4it>1n^innd^tbEvPartianteiirtJrt thi-uc.\t Siei!a r. jibwHt thirty yciirs of age, who is perfectly Hiiolifii'd foR'ach Lngllslvmid t''rin)ch, has some kl)oivled^;c ol -Music, luid is ciipulile of glviiiij respcQtablc references tiw h('Cability. Dealth, -mitt chearflii 'lirpnbitio!:^' may obirun a very comNtrlablc situatipn nnd n librral ijalary.-Adiircss, piist p/tut; xo 1). F. H^q. at Mr.' ^.ulm�s, Uooliseller, Great (jur^'n-�treet, Liiicoln' vould mudi urcfcraFartiilv that resided ge-iicrallv in the Cosmry. Salary nirt so much an objpct as a romfortfible situation. A IW*^ adJrpsScd to Henry Monk-house, I sfj. Po5t-0(hce,CiiH�borough, Yorkshire, will be imiiH'dialelyuttunded to. � � �  N � B. � Itelcrinces tliejnpst respggtafelc "will be gtrcn. A SllOR very-coininpdious^f tlOuMe boAv". ino. jrii., dr>n iront,nrtrIour fiejjtiiH, twoortb^'cc l)cd-ro ,ill ftjf atciaiijf jcar$  - ^    ' Apply ^'o. .'Ji?^ T;ivistotk-strcc!, f :ovpiiit (janlct). - �. .' - Messrs. I.UCAS und Co. beliivfiirtrtM borrow ivitli any Suifton fair "auif ecitntnlile terms, hy pay^nK an ndeq.iate Aiinultv Interest for the s.inie, ^ ^s also n�ju"ev will be. advanced id those of. kutiwBpreljertyi on their personai becuilty. .. .�j'c-r Peiviinalappljcationsare diiilvrecei-vedby Messrs. Lucas and CoinVlvie. i, .Jamc8!�trcet,tAdelpl�ij btratid j mid letters ((lost j(ii[fd) aiis\ �tt\aTiy;t;alinnkcrftiff iWilom Tor particulars enqaire at Mr.' Redmans, !!itOc)tor�ltcr, No. V2,. Upper Xhifrn-fuMieli-stivpt, Bpdlord-6i|Uayf,drnt the Bunk, I' ltALLAA!^*�ANtlBILftjtosJ'pi�|;S, '     . Inverted hy EDWARjJvHAULSiMvSurEeQn and Apothe-ciirv Uf the Religiouil Persu^ion of QuakerS} B��ry St. ''Frills, safe and elMAnt preparation is justly cs--JL teemed for- its .i^M^abJe .and certain operation, by -nliich iteOcciually:rMt46'W!� all fnartion or Obsttuctiomrf tile Stocmach and IJowfW, whether*risiiig: troin-Blle, Indi-i!;<:5tion, l'1.'lt�l�iitvH r Cold; &ie1|iieK> at Stomack, Jlead-...,.,.. ...... � ..... I-ah alterii-' ^       ,       ...     .--------, antimonial or incioflrial preparati<Tinocthe natientortheircflica-�y. The worst'cales Bilious or Sick IJfeadradhs are cer-' taml Y reraoved }>y or 8i*i:gle d<}se, and i,n a raiicU shorter tim^ than could Ireu-cdited, l^t Itofar.expcjiiente.. ?T-he Propri�?-: tor think* itf^irdpigr to t%niark, they tftll lie foupdnot only t ody,.after tiicir imniedtate aetlou Ceases, free Ttoln tljat\e(^t�Yp ;;tat'ft ^Vhic4i generailLy jue^cds the bneratitiii of la'ii^ative tne4tV ' nil's. , _SoW Wholesale and Rfettiil Ay SIwtv and cEdw^r^s, SS.'St; ^jiiirs Clyixih>vg,rdv; jgiri^jn? Prt^'if.�iPd:L.pty;Box.-    ? � iu�oiiderf�ljrt(j clear a sallojfr.con--'--   -"^ - � i)U*h geutl im,,   .TO" =^r" � ��ll�J�,c<�i.p)e�.�i| being a n all coun tt< iiijjhiin, tcJtford, ShablTmgtmii to^gr Crendoo^ Chersley, ^tHllel;^^nu-aeiidoji, yuddingtonv DHrtiAi, Stnnc, Uartwell, and Avltsburv, inthe CoBiitv of'Buekinshani.    ;  �'         ^TOliCJSiiijMJrcby given,. that.Applicitiw i^l ifttei'JdeatSmmadeto Pailiantent, in the next Set* SiWi, for lcj�i!�;(W  d�ttVahdcJi%^:tUe Company of Proprietovs o� Jinictiott^BlillSt�t^^^^sdckstepsas sfiaH Ti  twceiisary and Oerforliegritpjng. carryii�;�ii andcDmplfltniR-atolki-t^nt IroVn tftc-Towti ofTVylesbury, in the l^ounty of BnckiiKhaoi.lojointh** Grand i�nrtio�C.-inaliinthotArish, wiarit-and .Avenijent "0f the siid CWrpnifiitioii of their tlicn iinantion fottlmith Id �ror*;ea,and^w-it'.iwjt d^layVtp-thc-msUioiirof a" <:'.'nii�i�Hlea-,tioofr tMthvrtortb, in the caie of theqbovesuja of Twenty Jhoipwi^'jTvtO M�ijj|^^     Ftl.y.        ,. .,., ^ ,.,,,.,^ T^'rL^ LO ! f        cottimenct& ^t^Hif ' f^''^^^^ �' eiidtii*'ejipte.iiiecl, tizi iin yncinpMa.y, the nth imtantr CSxifvarioussurtft, Dfptford,.  Sitll' CHANDLER S Got)UjS^; co.lsi^t^I1gVDeptford, > Vi>f lUiikAii', Scoops, Sktfets, Wrain Stave*,CW�"l*�tU�- ttp Tanhtr. 6'tfrK* on tA* dnti fKt�P�y.are;�'ubliMi�ywol* post oct.".^�, X' TWOLOOY.iirai TAfiEtJFddd dther MtScELL.i- **6S^!!d�?S2hM'phW;^'�-^ � friawj and noW by W. Delgbwri, Cambnifee; aud riiiCWelli Oxford. ijiE ONtfi Vmtitri^t' �isp\ili(H . Blirk-aud I'arl^i r ;iQn COM!jjieto'i- m. Vwrut-.. dAfU'A ,1 r tl-   a.. I 1,. "Av TmfifiiiUlH!Tti^i>)ed.�Jtf. , ,      .-, of-yVen*^, Wo^/ui/>j()/j(.ed. wi/cM the l'ar(jf^�r un Jgeiti \ , ., :V. -i. i^-ANAVY-OtVPltJlirSiSpt;ITO^^ ' hcsday-. t�Mfc--^�fc      to^ iuireit w�Aiii�5A iV�'�&^ Isfateh-way 6)-be Nu* Fcetlj�i�g> ao* Star Jt>ct.at\4�t>IJ^brMid�v 'Jhe-Vessel tu b�.:>�coail�U!�A alrltotafei; ttfi^ti^^iLvKlL and sail fast     -     . , ' '   "-^^ 'Fuitlieifhartkuiarswimbi immtt'iitsmti iler, Jfon'tak^r for ^ �;k<*  not lie-ini,ert�d itkKardi nt UnsJtk^Hu-tM ahStt/tittjbf^tiaeted:, to the Itoafd before Qiie, uClaek .m, fiif �4|t((^.XHesiKy, j'^^^^dfor >clioojjiand Y4to^i^j!ri5(�ii3ipi-it� iuL U .d�tiri;�Hal)reJu!Mni^ ^ l�4^.�'gn'? �y Natio:., iiciit at- ftitij Ctftii BV wiCli/ inohTiff Uie Vfilamei, are thfr bc�t'0nMtl|>�iiil!b tiie Antbo' Ancient H isKiry nv/yibej^Vrct^cdiiy ltI.Kl{!(^l^li<^ifle Viuliini-and the Modern'Htilt<*jr*� Siiitees';  t!lfiirfli%8;>t �te^^^^ purchaser. % / � , . w l?*if''f fj^.*!'^^^'"')^* Ne. 6; Bi^die-strcet,lind t* ^ Wwh^ia �*^liltfewl�ite had) iJie other TC^^   df I>. mAVUa,'viz,.', . ^. The Brifish, Nejwif,8lh f^Hfatr,:5it El*�ioii*s of NaSlJttid HistoVyj ,�it(i cditifti,'6s.'  � ' tjittyeisal Short iCsnd, 7th edition^ ^- Ptetaci'b s Li�e9i.9lir!dfed, M eiiijoii, as^ tiSll^^ Scum. jprMtxerMmBfX'dfwav^S Exercises; from tae Best, .^utijoi-n, th,>lA VA. i     ' tSifaftViWir. Pri.ited for ,.T. Hit(Ui.rd, 190, Piteaipij(r|. DrigTttoiK. (Jiiiuhridge,; 'ami Co.wK?,.,t�;tVrfd.--Of whom ftiay be bad^ "  Edittoi, ot HOS-EAttta-ieUtedfroi* sapW. �3 3 3 �5 Drawiflir<*telnthorNEXT RiOXTH. 10,000/. for the.First Draw-n-Ticket; evcry^'other Ph.ze allqiit, from'^Q.W. to'j|8/. ? rWIHIS PI.iAN plarfi all who purcTtasc before M.  the I3rawiD�'b(^B5; tpri?� of J     :    i,;a,ooo  . ______'       . livii).) � - , .        MOO- ; .... "  1,^00. V &c. ecc. Ax. - ' -      No-prize less iliaii Twenty Pounds. The Public wilLobSpjCve that' .Stat J0<. .for iiO,Ol)0.'. Prize fstntl so i v selling Tickeis itful sSares fur the Lottery which, be^ios Urawiiig OWobcri), IROSS.  ' 'This L�)tterv rorL-i�l� of \'0,fti.) Titkefi -only, and the �Sehfeinrcoiitafns tiirec Prizes ot 20,00'J!i, thfee of 10,000/. three or .'i'.),000ft�&r.-i '    . N, B. lu^Mie Lottery whirh wosdrawn in May last. No. 17,086. ai^lze of 20,0to/. and 2,'j40,a Pfi&yif 5,000/. wcre^ both SoldJn Shares by ila^urd, Biirae, atitrCo. Cowtry Orders accompanied with short-dated Bills on London, Post-Othce t)rderfi, or Casli in Parcels by Coach w-Carricr, punctually attended to, and Correspondents niav dcpii4 on beiog treateiji exactly on the same 'firm as if per-soqally present. ' I^tt'eri,. Post paid, dulyattswffed, and Schemes yratis.  "ftlORE CAPITAL PHl/hS",   " And Five Thousand less Tickets thanlast State Lattery. � '   . Tbe First drawn Ticket eiiffiled to TEN THtHJS\N�) POUNDS; All 6ther.Capital Pri/.es arc alloat. "OURCHASERS uf Tickets and Sliarcs w�*l�i�e JE^ t'rie Opportunity of ohiaiiiiiie; .-ill the Capital Prbeesj prnyidcd they piircbase before the Drawing comiiienccs, whjeh lyill be on the 1 Jth of October next.-The SchenKr contjiins equal Advantages ot j . ' TWKNTVn'HOUSANI) pOirND i'RlZES, tEN THOUSAND PO'JNII WUZES. ' FIVE THOUSAND PtfUNp PRIZES, .Sjc. *c, !j:ht' fornder Lottpri�;� of doHbljj the Nwnhtfvf Tickets; � i'O.OOl) Tickets only, .-tiid .     ; . N NoothcrStateJ^ottery toliclirawii^W�'"^ear.   � SCHLMh. No, of Prizes.       '   Yalueofeucht Total Yafee r .1......L.'iO,O0tri...,......:rl'.(>t},O0a 3................   10,T)00...30,000 3,.. 5...... 8. .^,000....i........ i^*e� relieve^ he^ Vj^r: ______it a,!)d. Ind as.bd;��M, md m eharitdMe cur .   "IK This Dayis \)ubVi�hed, in Qiiailo, with coloured lingravr. iiiH.�, price J.Sej ui biiuisls, A TREAT1 ntaniiiig Letterstroni Physicians and Sui'^eOi: iiieiicc,'ie?pKCtiiigtb fi)KX to lite IMIE- SEXT tM)l;Si:'ot COMiMONS, coiitaiiiiiig brief biJt correct Notices of the. Lives,: the lamilv, and'Pnrt^ ( on-iiections, the rteiuiturial l/haractcr and Coadiicl, and other uscluLand satisfactory Parlicnlars relative to all tlie Aleii)-bcrs of thet'oiiimoiis House ot l"arliiunciit; dniirn Mp aiid-prijited. as a.Coiupamoii to the C oiqt Kdlcndiiis aiid.thc-Pockct Peepigcs..   V V |ri an Auu:eiidl\ Is given all the Divisions which have tofceu pla^y 10n grt.\it Pnblic tjuffstions daring^ several V ears past,- " � . 1 Vintcd for. Richnpl Pfaillips, No. 6� Brldge-Stfcct. Black-friars,..itod to be baiPof all Bookselirr9<: IMPROVED BOOKS,' TO TEACH THtv AttTS OF READING AND ^XOCUTiOX. . THE KlRS'f �OOK. TfHIE LONDON PRIMER; or, First JStiSk A containing the Al'phabetjjhe !*jmple StJttd3,*an(I a CfrUilatjioaof eauty.i^d u)tellu;ible Phra�hsan4 Lessons, oraa-Weuted with sixty pleasing Cuts. By M.'Pelnam. The TwortJeth iidition, i�rice tsd. tiiB SEeoMn HOOK.. DR.MAVOR'S,SPELLl^� BQOJR, bwog an improvement ^iiii kind ever {tuttlUlied. feWhd, '     -    , ; wtmn BOOK.   .. , , ULAlU'S READING EXERCISES, c llw� �ttlar Pleeest>f Toetrv in the l^igli^ti. Lail0{oage,^s�r�cted.aiiafrcvi8ed by Dr. MaVur and MiJ.Pr.ut, priteAs. (ld.lM>aHd>'   ^ . . , ^^ipted for Richard Phlllipl, No. 6, Bridge-street, Black-fi^&tH stildVy'raba*tandCo,157.*,J!ew BondrStr(*l;;CAam-uniite 'and- Wliiirow, Jcwin-Strcfct  Wilson and Sjicnce, YtijGti H. Mfllzlcv, tJaiasbro'; M,.Kcene, Dublin; and by aU'tUher "llooks�4fers lurf Sttttwiicri,>vWii tile;, largest aiki.ful-lesiallowanceto Schools.'   ' ' , N* B. Mr, Pltmius tys alsppa^>l^^^led.tlle folloiftflns' valu^ able ttte^)eiit4ry>.l>�0Ks, oa exercises in ip>$cell�uoons readmi;, fit    use o| sdiotHs and yuuug p�irs�lil': �M��Or> British Nepos, 5s.   - **8NatuvaHUstorv,fs. ,       . irv%^V0Hte Education; 5$.    � .>�fllkhiVfl&tory ijf laigland, 3 vob. 15s. �   �'� Wslotv of Ensliiild, vels. bs. .. -^^|�t�Wy^;UH^iiie: and naatal0titkt,\ JiyjieaftceVhas. fieea oldier, illustrated, by uu-iiferQUs Examples and Anecdotes from Ancient and .Muderu Hlslors. ' ^     ' '     ' '1 PUBLISHED. T4Y PERMISSION.     -    -The SUCJIEC f S �r titcjfe tJii VAt^iA^LE atid ELEfti^'T - Lhl l:ERSar�: Iftirtrti^i^tneAily.Strength,- "Anffer. Bra>?ei'v and Courage,   -  - 'FalseM dceatneb:Sc7 Stmlj. � . " Lovcof our.Coiiutry, Finnne.=s of Mind,     ,   . intrepidity, Discipline, Humanity, Modesty,' . ,    :��   l . PnideBsp, Secrccy�"N.. Foresight, . Guides, tipies, and Desert^:, eo�(hcil5uf\VVat,-ISTarinir ActioBS',    .� ^ Cohedence ��f the Soldl^,   ^ Atiiaus of MiUNCiag tbeit C4�u-^rage, Distrust, ilonoiir,       .  f.  ,v V False lIonouFf, > .? Dftcrelloii, Raillery and:!$taadeY, With a.l%btfcof tJ�' Awcdot '  �u lit -tr. .    ' 'ihei'a^ idhs,' Ciatnin^,".   , Drinking, Ujte, Tatties. Atqt iruvg th* Art of War, " JtiWrne^Jv l?e06i'ap%^j>ah1 Thfrl^nguagesi       C ' -Jlati^ry^'" Military SliKli?  .Vtl9�^tif9ti�ms:j9f a CetWral, aait au lipde^ taibe E^aftplcs, ^fsi N�. 7U St l^aul'i Clmrch-ofal) Avo&ieQcr^'lnt^e British Doiui- ^ wevVjPiHAClA^ t'jt ALlA.N " it in now Rfdwtt ap.langwd        thi^ l.hay^cugtjtxucc. �rkeQtt�erg�rt!�tRlniS ifithe ar�(�y ; a ihort tiJne Imee I.e hadftevereS |rt5%ph��?iJn iue,wiie�iain(H)tk�ia;^iMli|d ' ' hlstoad? it itastoiiftliiiJg bow fine bis !ta\ir^j3:c*aeu?tii�w^.,.r ......... c luur, , lately ordecefL, . ivcr caiae lu'natur^fr j^^^Vl'Hi^LtosbjJ, -Sip. ill, Oxford-roal. " obwrvvs itheiy * '< �Jo|,W-*sPed�.t - " -at �'1;.-^     . ^..)�:j.:Hrv-iw and lilew, C * i.-i,l!oldein�iuare; atbs. a pot, or "J, lu. IWr-dresicrii, at^flit AHAt^:   

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