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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                VN''. 4,398. THKATRF. ilOYAI,, nmJRY-LANE. iO-ATpfRllQW tvoning Mill be acted tlic Co. ,   ...     '^UV. J3T001�S TO CONOWEH. litihlraSftc,"Art. Cherry ; 'Miss HaidfsisUi^ ^li3S Duncan. \ffi.y,�ii�'-^Jay/a J)i�crtist'inciit, ci>ni{iuscd byiVlr. D'Eg-*iile,cillea ^^^^^^^^ With THE A^ATOMC.Sf. On Tupsdtiy, Piieairin. m iUr tho Iti^htviitn in Lojidon.  rHEATJtE KOVAl., C()VK.NT-nAiiU)-.\,   " ra^HlS prtTBtMit I>-VI*lNli\G-\vill he pcrfoirincd X TilE MOU.NTAtNEJ-.RS. Ortavla'nt Sir. /viciJiWc; Morantlic, Miss I.ogani . .   ^Vith "Wl; FLV HV NKiMT.' Thp Public are respectfully iiit'orniiMl, air.<. SiddoniiwiU QMtitt KAtliariiic, iu King Jlonry the EijiiUt;-. ^ witu The i'ariJ.ri'.    '    - � '        '   . ^    ,�  : . ��   '..    "    �. .....BUST Oi' THE HUJlir llO\. (,<. .). I ox. - GAHAGAN returns liis gratefut ai'kjiaw-.kdgmciils to the Noliility and t.cutry fi)V tKrk'iiid l'�rtrurttv > -'K'Aiislin.Friairs.-lSth Sept. IRQ!;.. . 'SjlIlVrKUliS'G VESislvLS, mi a ucwAoiistruc.  -tiouv-3y -thiise V�-s.scls l"ouli (^laye\-, iOr. .staRnant :   \i a(ur is sweetened, ptu-i|i^, and m!idt� clear;!* h t �>f Uie lUisal spring ;.tht> more thVy are uicd, ti�f more tfuii^piirent  *lic w'yii-r; wiUairord.aqiitck and iO)inidaiit supjjU. .inr no ; ,tri)ii^le to deapse. ,apd want no rcpairjl in tvery rcipccL udiiptod and, fitted up for ships.  ; ' JOHN ASl4Li;\ , InvfiitoranU Manufdt^lmcr,-12, Skin-jirrniri^('(> Sno^-^tiHj; ! oiidoii.       C .:     i'^VXlKN"^'; LlliltAlt i'~TAiSE"ES,~ ~ For Gi-nOcnien who sire in the habit of wfitiii^mnch, !>OCOCK,'S PatQiij Library or Ollite laJikvs, ai'e particulai'ly eligible for theirejise and cflnvt;nicncc,.the; iiltita le being aried at pleasure to suit cither a btandint or hittnit; posture, or with the gr-'atesl ease let down to the .ji:;t siirfiice of a' table, tor sovtini; pnjicrs or other cornman iiurutocsi caotte adapted to nn^ table or desk suitable for a ------.:.  111^......    ------ Ai.,v r iucl> .CiOtmutttcc haVr.libcrty to add anvoft) otfief EIcctli'8." " �     '      '1. ^\'I.SlART.(^haiVm..n, the'     GAINT!, W^LTS.-^I:LM TfMltEll for. SALE. r    to �>e BY AbCTIO.S, pn *Vi:i)Ni;;s�-y-T.tbe finest d;iy of Octol>i�r nfcM, ' o'clock ifi theAlifrninji, lU. the \\ huel Inn, at C.i -?oo�tvM�t.\Vil 'i'' J:,lii:.'wi/'Uitb ;   t>.   '  tjf tlre-qiTY of KE?>T,\UNiJTER. , , fiEXtt^feWT.N. .       ' �  ' .� ^fTH,l'^ ti)OlatlchoTy ovent (if i!r., Fov's Death ,j|j,-bav(u^mstdear-Vacancy it) the iiepresientiUioii uf ibis Cit.v, f prei>mne iti oiWf nivH-lfas a fiui.didate fenttii'iii occa-sfhxK WliicJf-taBHStevcrdeeplytni'gi-rtt - No n\iin can be mon- sensiiile ti�"ji i am of the irrepOTaWe liWM^'htcii �weMikVe  ;nur n.vvn feelings will best supnlvitnhatcanbV said 0(1 tUat*\�hjert.        " u------   , y ,      ..        �- v    ,   ...  rftfinjsel�,thprcfore, ljlMn�nlyt jfcitifii^,ot pjiiehas;is of i'very descriptioi tlial ff .1 siiould be homiurcd by V hed. Juavy VO be SOLD, Three SPANISH itAMS, of liis aiajetty's pure iMcrino Breed, on 'J'u'esi^af ne.vtj the 23.1, !it DUeirsliepositovy, Barbican. Twoof thein are Yeariingsr, or IS Months Old, the other is Aged.-A I'leece from a Lamli;of the old ones g�rt was > pronounced by the Ualh Agricultural ^iciety, tlie finest \Vo�Ithey had ever sctin ; and one of the�� Youug Rjims is, iuthe�>plui��L4�fih]a Ur�c4ep,�<{U4tlly Atus^AVill bctlKircuu l-ridaj. , , MEDICAL SCHOOL of (iUY's HOSPITAL., . Tni] WINTEU COURSK of LECTU|iES will commence tlie beginning    Oct. viz. PRACTICE of MEDICINE, by Dr. BJ teaiw to remeitlber that the b-.st claim thai ituiv wtahlisli* your favour, will be n siiu fp- and ardent atUichmcnt to the pfmciples of mir glorious' ^'omiitutin'n^ jind.tot'hi^ libfnv-'s jifldintiwitsof�m Country,'ijisi-ijarabiy eomnected as they | must ever, bo. with the uiaintf nance of tbosc piincipfOs; : and it m'illbe'niv UBremittiiiu �ndi)avour., as the Kepreseii-, tativc of,so distinguished a part of th;s gr.'at Metropolis,, that i\iv foiiductslmlt not dishonour yeuTcivoiie.      � lJiivetbehonoirsi.v, ThattKb:^']>raM.>tibanks of this Meeting be givejt to Capt. KENNlil'H MACKENZ;IE, for his toil ai.I alacrity ai all tiincii.di.'i^uyed iii ftisHtteutiobtothe.Merchantile int{;rest : A LIEUTENANT \ti art Old Ileginient,.it pre- +Ot sent stationed ill the l^uutheru Distciet, wishrti toex-chiuige into a Kegiment of the Linl", eiMier at Honie or aliroa(^.-Any Oliirer desiroilsof exrtianeiiig, by acSarissiiif? � few' line:! t() Mr. \l. Uunuej; 'iildt Strand, will receive every ' infiirinjitidnopthe anbie(i.   ^     .   ,       " , . �, '    :^it A It ACTEtt\gV m k. eoa.       . OitM0ndtywinbepiil)1ished, tfriciS as. (w. (^IllGUMSTAN TiAL pKTAli>S .rf'tKii LAST �MO.WENT.S atid I o^glUllel�;oflheH�gh^H^�nou;Wlb^: .CMARLI;8 JA.MtS FOXv l�\vhicii.vvill be iucluded characforhitic Gorr<;�pohdeti Ao. AeW kiag.'streeti IJath/ if by X.ettcr,x>o�t pjtitl. nt Elcveh Liliie, ill the Lar-ii Qva�t!t>' of very fiup EL>[ TBIBER THl^*''^�v** ikM"*      ''"l'\,>    "'i^y no'w'sffiiiil 1)11 the s:'ver;t| Maniirs of Bo*^ ood.,,C;il!ii;", and Calatoiie, and IJi-emlMll.ne-itfCaiiie, in the ;i�i(l County,;in nu.Tiber sHlil, ftfii Tender mai/ be men fit this Office, ^ A� Ttnd^fKi'tlul^receioei ajtcr Ticdcu o^Vluck on the i ofTrralfiltor any fiur/icd, unleti lltt I'arty, or an Jg, and Dr. CURRY, BAB1NC.T0N bVDr.CCRRY. 'iMIDWllERY, and DISEASES of AVOMEN and CUILDREIN, byi^r.HAIOHTON. . ^ PiiYsrOLO{.'Y> or LAWSof, the ANIMAL ECONO-JilYibv Dr. HAlttHTON. ClASlCAL LECTURES on SEL^CIV MEDtCAl-CASES, by Dr.BABlJSlSTOK, Dr. CURRY, aud Dr. MARCET--..^'   ..:  �   "� � �   ���� STRUCXURE ^d-DISEA9ES of th6 TEETH, by Mr.-.1>'0.V.-.  � ' :  .,   ; , Ni ii. Thrte several Lectures are so aiVi>i^ed, .that iio two �)ft(ipq).irjterti't�ln'ilie hours of ajttendance ; an;l,the whole, togtthee w'ith't** Lccfttres oh Anatomyi and those on the PiinciphigapAPr f,Surgery, given at the Theatre of St, Tho'iiias'5 Hospital a4JAi�iiig�i5 ca1f.>|lated to form aconi-Biete Course of .itledical and Chiiargical Instructjoiis.- TrniUalid other iP�rticulai(a.niay be leatut from Mr. Stocber,. Apotlierafy to (JJay's Hospital. "     '       ^   ' , "T^: .TUAiNijmLJL/lTi-. '^ �        � APLAN hsinng l>cci� some tipie formed and laid before  '0R OLI> AGlg, bv the payment of tritlmg Srims, and i very great riiimber of PerBOiis of thiae-classes, having cx-Iiroked an earnest iSlite to see the .'�M^i(t|iiou established �ipou a solid basis, and tq arail theqisctyiai QJ^the advantages' it would affiird, them, (he Author feels v^hrranted in particuiairly soliciting tUp public attteqtion pl�i�> and of �;spectfullyur(jij�g its adoption. V i        ' In the consideration of an obiect'30,exitfnsfV/* and so jnte-toiing, the fiwt'ldea, which siiggests itself is, that tlie utinoat ttankness should be used, itt iritroducing.lt to theiiotice of the Publlcaudtbatevery care should be taken t^givfltlieirtmost fwblicity to its origin and progress j uader this impression �i�cat psuntbave heentakeu to prcpstrctn^ public lAindfoir t!ie ; Considerationo� the subject, .and uUm�w thought advisable  ^'ly of persons uncon- WCtedwflth the contrivance of the Plan, being the oply rc-attaiflmvnt of it^ object, the attendaiice of a� wuon.ot.sucl Office of tnmaumWy, Albion-'^^B&gfcfehi^.bridge, ��^^WT^^'ift^ifi^vl"fc'^'"***^� Hear the Admiralty, Loud VeUi.if AdviMfioxv tOfin!!ure Health in tilWAv\5t V nil cininent,PhyHieiaVi. tli U-   J"'"'"-* c,Jinme�U*ttt 'ftHiH'Iaie of the value of Two Hundred Guiae.-w, with a-suitable lii.-;criptioii, be prtsenfed by this House to Captain MACliEN/J f-, 111 te�tnn>ny of the sense eiHertained bv tlie tTnderwriters of tne meritorious services be ;has veniluied them. �   '    .....  That the Chairman be reqtTested tocoinmuHicatc the above Resolutions III t'apt. flinckenaie, and give directions taat the same be inserted ill the 1'ubiic Papers. TJic 'i'hanksof tlicMei-ting were voted to the Chairman. Kiirmd, tlKOOK UAT."fth\, l.'h;iiniiaii. f Ai'it IV.* J U/ i'LJ.S i>,- ii*.o vij �, oj;ej. ij, iWi. T a SPECIAL GENIiRAL MEJCTING of the COMAMTTEE tor managing the PATUiOi'lC FUND, held this Day, Read the London Ga;�ette Extraordinary of the fjth instant, conlaiuiu.ij l)i:pavches   froai  Major-tieueralSir JOll.V STUARl'i cofti.u r(ate iiiiSrriptiun, he pi-esented to Alajor-Gener.il Sir .tOHN STUAltT, ^ ^ testinioiiy of the high seii.seentertained by^this Committee of his gall.int coialuct iii tliat eit--gagenieut,'   in whicii tlie pride of the presumptuiiuBn-iitrmy was sevei^ly liuinbkd, and the superiority of the British Troops most gloriouily proved*". Resolved.' that lioaorary KOiWairds .of the valu? afli "ed to theirrespecttve names, be prestnit^d to the following Field Officers Wounded on tliat �cc;:sioii i^li, to .Major A'.iuijETr, of the i 1th.Regiment, severely W'Otfiidod. 1 .10J/.toHcuti7CoLM'Leod, 78th Regiment. Jty/. to Ljeut.-Cbl..Moore, ii3d DiagOoiis. 'Ifl0f."to Major Stuart,/8th Regk-iieut. lOO'. to Maior Hatnniill, Royal Kegiment:of Malta. Resolved, 'I'hat tlie following sums be proseirtedto the other OfPceis wounded:- SOI. to.Captain 3i'Phcrson, of tlie 7Sth Regiment. 50/. to Captain M'Gregor, ditlb. 50'. to Captpia Uateihouse, of the 81st Regiment. SO/j to Lieutenant and Adjutiiiit Ginger, ditto. "iot. to Lieutenant j,Vii|vay�    ""^      Regiaient., : 25J. to Eiisign M'Kinzie, (Ufto. to Ensign M'ureMi-; ditto. Resolved,That rojietlieatl'ordcdto tlic Midows,Orphanif, Parents, and RcValiveSi depending for support ontheOditers and.Men killed; and.that gratuities be giveiito those wounded, as soon as the nature and e.\ieht of the injiliics tliey hiiV'e re- ten Wheel Inn, aiid'at i\lr. Bayle.v s, Print.^-, tJ (jtwizi's } WiiHe Hsrrt, CiMppenham ; W^i had at the daltie ; Be;ir Inn, ^ile Hear, Bat4i ifv.......... ..     - . 'ero�s ICej'S, Salisbttry ; India Anus, GofJ�prt; F ouutain, FitVLsmouth ^ Loudrtu'Coilte-liouse, Ludsiie-kiH, London; and of Mr/jNorth, SoMthaniptoU.' �    ' THE GOVEUNMIiNT STATE LOTTilRY cwbmences DraiVintf the J;Kli of .\F.\T MONTH. -.lQ,000/ lic tor mufjv vear.i mistv Oi\LY y,'WfcNTY TUl>USr\,.\l) TlClj^ETS^ Ana the SCHEME cuiiiaiiK'        3 �:.     '� PHxes of    .    ;      l..;ii).Oa)    ' a................ ly.o.^ '    a � 5,000 5      ................ 1,000 ...     .    Ac; \-c. &c.'        '   .     No Priii^l''.*^ thaa'J'wetrty Pmm(l�. The Public will olwerVe that ^tate Ltittctv l*rrf*esare pnid in sterliiiginoaey j !A�,(jJi)/. tor '.lO.MJO'.' Prize: aml..>o in pr,**-; portionfor*^*er/()th('PP.i'i>M*.-./i".iekett Monday, /lie mid HUh ofUi:tbber iti^t, andilie .-tubbequeict dettveria 'to be ronlintted. ticlfe w juc/i afi^i", m iuc/i ngxilarproporlwi.-ai thit tne wAo/a nhiill be complud by t/ie Hhl March tetori-metHionee.i and to be paid for liy iiilis pjyabi-. j kUh Interest, tiincti) da'ii after dale. iV a ojjcr of Ilu^i of a less number fhdn Kill produce 50 ton.i of I'ockiiiilibe altcnduilv. The, Condiltum ofttiis Cimlrnci tnaybe seeKat the Secretary's Ojfir,: _ . Ao rei^ard tcill bchad to erty TtrJer in tehtc/t the Pria shitl: not be. instrrlfd in.isurdy nllcn/'llii- or tnut nhtiit niit be deliverti to lilt. Hoard hejoi'e One o'clock on tlie said Tborfday the Ijlk in.\tuul, nur unlets the J'crson xeho makesthe 'lender, ur ioiiie 'Herson on /iK bcAdlfj aUeitdn, to ans'rtr Klie-n rgjfenjor. ^        -   ^       VlCTlJALLlNt; OFTltJl., Sept 18. t^MIK Gtmfnim'oTiers for f'ictucUling Hia Jld^ JL jesiy'it Nuvy do hereby f;:re Notice, that on 'I'hursday n6.r^ tiie iijt/i instant, Mr. Reeks, /Anil- AgetU at Pprls-jnoulh, tiiU be readi) io rcidve 'U'ender'ii in uirilins (seelrd up ii'und treat /or OS'E THOUSilND FIVE ilUNDRED yUAKTERS of.ENGLlSil VVHE/VT, ;�r tAe serirw uf lhat Jfort, to iceigh SSfe. per bniM (had iti cmeit should weigh \nhuve5Hl'is.per bushel,tJicoi!o,-t\tig,'it vHUbe paid for), to be dUiucredinline month;, audio bepuidftr byliills^a^a-bleimitli Interest, niiuty days after iide: :. The Cundfiions of Hie. Ciintracl.i iiiay be strn at the Officf. oftheAgi:niyiitiMiierati^oitsmoatk  makeill.'e 'Jenilir, or sume jfe'rsvn oii iiis uf.aalf, attends, iu. U'lilt.'rKilirn call.d f->r, � . l-illicMcY of the Rtjt, TlUiLiOUS Pii.LS, From Lord AiiAon, St. James s-square. Smi-1 have for some time taken your (.B,irclayls) Patent .\ntibilious Pi\ls, as wt 11 a�'yoiir Specific for tae Gout, and Ifvel happy in iafocmiti.^ you, I have always received the greatest benefit and relief tb>nitbeirt; and sh ijl, as I have alifays done since 1 have e,\perieaced th�r etBfkCi/i'eei the greatest pleasure in re>coinittendiAg tiiem.' I am, vodrs, itc.        AXSON", To the Rev. Dr. Barclay.-^Feb. 17. commiioiratp th? v.f<.'rpgoing;;R� soliitioiiS to his Majesty s F'oicts under his conini^pd; and firhish tlieCoiiiwittee with thehamesof the killed arid wounded, togcth(:rwiith supli par-ticiilnrsas c^vn.he collected, respecting the Families of t mse brave Men who fell in theservice pf tacir Gomitry, in aeV.iev-ing this glorious V icloryi        ' Head also the London Gazette ExlraOrd'niary of the l.'jlh inst.' contaniing Copies and Extracts of pispatchesifroin Alajor-tiencral l?rci!biyedv$b�ltbeJ{>n()wU; to th* Cpinmittee^ . /        -     �>. ' . .Rcsolycd, That letters Sighed by th* Ghtilrmaii^. be writ-V .        -------------thci? coiniparids � n^ld fijlliiiitttlie. COniii^lttee' With" ihc |baifidllaril ,neccfi^nry,toefla,b�tlfcii>-tocai�ru thvir bit�ntit>hs intorffcct.-Res�y�  v."-^^M.iTHioi.u*. � ''�^HE SCuRVY i^ppear.s to be m�re prevaieiit ��jL/ jn this country than in any other within our knowledge     �   ' the at quanti iiotcai..... _.....,........    - ifjB* v.-iFuiable blensingy that tlVi- great and beneftcent Crei� iOr fiiispartlcularty favonreJ tlw; inl/alnlaiits of Great Britain \vith a piicuBar remedy.' \  'm {tRl-AT VV ATJiRDOGK is a plant indigenoiis to this cnimtry, anil has ever breh recoinmdtaed as the uul^' ceviaiQ V^gctiiWcSpfcilic forthle Sciiyvv. , Itructed pore.u,-iuid^ivin^ passnge to llw lliindiiifj hmnmiif: and, wtatre the diSoMer b viruleutv naturi; is farther a.<�iisied hy a inoi^e thiui ordinary discharge of lirtne. It iH-stores the Ipiit tPttD �f the stomach,'' enriebeff and eeti.Mis the b\oO  establish the siiH'of them at that place. 1 am hiippv to say my health is now Ve^y gvod, 0,3. Sold wholesale and retail at Mrl Butler's,- No; t, Cheai/^-side, curlier of l*atenu>stcr-h�w ; and retail by most Cuuutry ftiedicine yeirleis, in biV.\cs,>at .'js.-dd* ea�.'h.      , .()bscrye,hone can be genuine tii.it has not th'e r�nte of Wr titarclay eagravecf on u btacU stamp,- vfhici i>' .-ittixcl around fheiwrtsideAvrappfr of each lw>.\.      .  .    _ 1 rom theH'sht Hon. the Eart of i:.\I-.J'i.K. Toi-Mr. CHING* Apwthecary, No.- a Cheapside. IUnderstand from my Apotltcrarv, tUxt the Inflect ojf.your CHING's PATES TAVOR'M Lt>V;ES(iES.nn roy scrViint, W:.3.complc.te, in remoVip^ iuVobsVruciiou.= the tirstpass.'vjfsaiiibPwels, but there" >Vus no aupeanuice bi' AVoifuis: shehadlieenun^ibletogetuufroiViJief l^vidforubo�e nine wceksj if, she lay down ^estpwd ujp", (he puiu Jibout the regiop of t^bi; stuinnch was increased r she had not eat sord! meat for tnotity %*ceks. livery nti dieitiC tliUt t wo Physiciaii* and nu able Apothextary c�mU veo$�re to prescribe, ivtw given to her, but without prop^eirerl. Tae uann batb �l-Kviated the pain, lAit that wnsunfy^t-iiipuraryri'nef.' After taking your. Aladicinclw #eli'^ arc obstructed, your Medidiae alooc relieves hfer* Buflcigb, OOtoborW. (tar As UHeittiis Physic otf all octSasioms, CHINQ's LO-7.ENNBE8 uro w^Tior to every lither Me . (id. earb, aod fur charitable |Mr-poses,- in. I}a\cs,vat 'iii. each, at CKiaeuDit Butiei'a, .\'�. f-CtieafsidiK'corner irfPateyjiositr-raw, '   

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