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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 20, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SATirRTJJ F, SEPTEMBER 20, 1806. Pnce 6", TliEATKE HO YAK, DRUriY-I..V\E. fllHIS present  Evening Avill be acted the Co- ' afli; STOOPS TO CON^QUJEH. linrjlrasti?", ^ir. Chirr:; Miss li-iri-{t;ib�lf, Miss Duncan. . rf:'*' I'l'-i)'    Diveriisemcii!, composed by.iJi'. D'iig- ^" Ih!^ FAiR CIRCASSIAN. W jth TllKA,^ ATOM 1ST. V/ On 7'u;?:!ay, rirniv.>; vitlj the Irijlimaii in liondon. ''TKrvfui; RCYAI., GeVJiiNT-CAllUriN. /^vV:>.-sDAY'j&VEkmG will be-performed K'Nf! iiPNRY THB EICJIITH. '.:;ir-. Kiiip or i-niUnd, Mr,.P&pc; Cai-dinal. V.'olipv, � .        - \vTi:i htfc: FA.-R;\JhH,' �       � ST. THOMAS'S AND.(^t/Y'S HOSPITALS. II. ASTLEY COOPER wiitbcgin iiis LEC-TUar.S Oil SUliaJiRY, on MONDAY tlip Gth of Ootohfr, at Kig'.it o'diiik in ili^ Kvcniirg. " :IE,7CHARLES BEIJ/S l.I-XTURKS ON ANATOMY; AND BURGKRY. R. f5ELL will  (;o!nir.enr.e  his WINTER' YT)i^TT7T().\.-"MJi^!OUY OF'MIl. FOX. r ilis Jiuiwe, No. 40, Bcdford^plaoc, Ulooms-lflirv'nttsr�>,-.'ofl Monday next, tile- 22tl u.sUiiit, at FUASUAL ORATU>i^S "f To coiicludo. yiWi a TRI- "     j,I-,{;TUP.M on,tb BOURSE cf I ECTTJRES on Thursf^ay t!i�y U of Octnhpr, at his house, l.it LrioiMtiSi-street, �Lfi(;C5i('i-.'i,q'jjrf. Air. IJivLL will colliiiuii'tiu- privHU; XIoiii'Sc's of b.pcra-,  tlwT Land-part of fhe. ulj|Hll,i:icr.    .s i.^ .r^. .J..-        ------   ,     : to v.'hieii Is;i3 been adc'ccd, a reoresentritKjKi of the luto awful Eruptiovi of ^>H^vitts, ai:d m-i'dj-Fis^res, &c, ', Open from Ten till'dusk. Admittance to each Painting fine Shillii;;;; ; � . . Sir. ROUTER'S wjlcndid Nation.il ^\'h n. ; .111 Mr. Bnv^HcTs-Li5tof.S;ibscriberJ to these Three Na.io-' jiaf Pnrtraitr;, he bas been Iroiionred with the iiantfs of the raiiit ( 'inC r, a Sfiitc'-niriii, and, llio Leader'of" a; Party ; and ii terestiiigdetaih,irsi)e(;ling his Chief Friends jiind lilvals fi these last thirty years. :,To-ivhleh iiiad#dthe Charytfij.of m.Tvx. : VBy M. IJ. SlIi;RIl>A^, Ksqv Pubiisbed by it. D. Sympads, No.'^O, Pntprnps London tcvrrovy. �: , OuWowlavwirn>eiyibuiiJtfrff^fi^^^ CIRCyMSTANTlAi. DETAILS of the EAST .   MOMENT'S and l.ovig'lHness-OftboiliehtHonourable CHARLES JAftJESFca.        .  '     In which will be ,   yiCTrjALLtiVt; OFFICE, Sept 18_ ^IIE CammUoUnerr for yiciuaUiHg His J jexly':i !^a�y do Jiere^i/ give Notlcefthul en TKonday ncu.t, llierlSth iMantyf\f. kr.ct)ni^ tlttir Agvnl ati'orti--irnjut/i, wMbe ready tir receiui: Tenders iH tCfUi�ff htafect up), and (reatfarOSV. T)IOtySAN0FIVE HVHiMtk.!) gUARTEtlS (jrENOHSiJ \S'iUiAi\for th'. Kuur.: uf. thai I'urt, to uiii^h [flft/in^ per buihclJand in uetaU -hyuid weigli ahii:>/: ti>r  be diytiunndiu one m'>�',U,; andlu if-,paid'fot Oy Jtillipajtl-bUi.iiiilli Iuti,re:it, uiii'-.ti/ dut/.i aj'tcr d'iL:. Ti'ic Condi/ill 111 hf I till Cdnlracfyir.ifijheacp.n ulthe Ojftic of l/iejfgeiU yif.il/aUci-at-Jf'urlfM.yup'i afai-'-'ii/id. No rpgav'd wiilbc Itad tu an^ Tender in Kiwii the jiriuK shkV. not be inserlml in kord)  :ojnc i'Krson. onliii b^itulj'., aiUndi, io � yiCTUALLlNG ()Fl-;j(;E,:He)it. I5,^i80 J. jH[E Q)inmi^xsioni^rs for t'tclitaUin^ iJM QUAI^TEltS of CLO^E DRIED AiMHER ftL-il/i o^^ioney to hVt paid tilt the Epgraving ia dellvetedv NEW MUrilC.--VAUXIIAl/LSO.NGS ANUOTtiERS, |i?t|BbVisheil!it PEARCE'S and Co. No;. 2b, Hay- HARRY, Is. 6d.~IIis Vow^s to roe -wereall sincere. Is. fid^^OotheBanks of t?ie Thames, Is.S.; sungbViMrs. Eland.-Simple Cyrann, Js,-The Sea-in:in's (.oiisolntion, Is.-Far odtatSea, a Duet,. Is.fid. suag Iv Mrs. Roffey and IMiller, at the Circus in the Assassin of the Rocks, the words by Cross, composed by Corri;^Beside the Green Willow,by .�VVhitakcr, Is.-Old^Fnther Munphy, wrote and sung by Dennjnn, of the Theatre ftpyal, llay-iKirk t, ill liis new Entertainment, called- the Brooms, coin-puH.! by "Whitaker, .Is.-Go just Erseinblance, by Bishop, 1?. Henri' and his Love, by Bryan, Is. 6d.-Thp Boy ami Flageolet;by ditto, 1?. 6d.-SingiifgC-Hrl, by ditto. Is, Hd. - riK-.Maul of VV'evbridge, bv ditto, Is.tid.-Orphan Kosa, Is. liil--S^vcct Eiril, Is. ad.-Oh Haraioiiy Sublime,'a Glee, Is. t'il. .... -V. B. JNtarcbesand.Select Pieces from the. Ballet Tamer-Ltco^ arranged for a Military Band, bv Kramer, 7s. fid.    ooii k, .n i-.w- crrY tsoALr    ~ PL.-\N":> for building a New Goal, sufficient to cnnt.nii for the. present, tbe necessary and distinct Annrtiiit^ts for EigfUv Felons and Fr.etv Debto)-s, at least, ;u:d tor the Iving's Evidence, Common Halls, Hospitals, I>:ithsia,ir! ntli'Tucciittimodatiohs required by Ih.-^ Ijaws, now ni torce in (n-iaiid, rf'sp:etiiTg Gdnls, witiw-siiflicient^ ard?, CiHir'::. nn.trd-housrs, tfec. and to be so amiiged fts th>it said Go.d Liay tie cpnveinently enlarged* if hereafter thqughtne-ces h; Corps, now liccome so excecflin^lv, difficult ot attainment. It IS greatly preferable for a youth, to all othermililary 5"crvicc under Govcmment; inasmuch as he must rise by the strictest rotation, to the very highest rank, without purchase, or requiring any further jntt'^^st whatever!-He is also entitled to Siliare prize moiley according to his Commission, ciiually with^NaValOfticers- He will not be eligible if he is not under tw^iitv-one yeass of age, and above tifteen. The-Advertiser will treat only With a Relative or Friend of the 3'oniig Marf,:who vill prevtottsly give a pledge of honourj bt-cresy, and libcraVily.-rlieljtersv postage paid, with real irame and address, (and no others will l�aye the least notice tdkenoftheni)directedforL.JM. N. to be feft at the Hew Chapter Caffee House, IJukes-eourt, Long-Acre, Londont_; wi be honoured, in a day.or two; but all neroonalenquiry will be uidess.     " ^ ^' MU. HILL'S ORMSKIRK. MEDICINE, for tlje BITE of MAD DOGS, and Qthqr Animals, is F-epared by Mr, James HUl, Apothecary, No. 6, Princc's-"leet, Beilford-row, (NcpheW of thclate W. Hill, Esq. or "rinskirk); and^ulrt by his Aj)pointment,by Mr. Bfltler, JJ". -1, Cli,eap5i�fc,- covner of Paternoster-row ; Mr. JJacon, ^0. IjO, (>xVorfl,strmt Mr. Pidding,No.76,Oxford-8t��et; and Mr. Clark. N�. 26$, Borough. As It IS ot the greatest consequence to have the genuine '"cibciiic, the Pubiie art! cautioned agsunst spurious Prepa-ruiiou!,, N�ne%)G�nmBe that 18 :not signed by Mr. James fill, I ;(l^ea\cd wrfh his Coat of Armsj,-All Personb in the coiiiitry .wislungtBvendthcatpdiclne.ard toipply �^^^0''^i)^CliariDe Drawn this Year. ��   -SCHEiVtE. � N f each. Total Value. 3.....:..........^.'iO,Q00............L.60,000 3................' lO.TOO............  SQ,m � . �  1 his Uay is liublished, prjcV lUs.  i A- of that'tVorL, for Into the Volumes of the new Semv.siTice i^utiltshi'd. The Inde.v to the new Swiei may be had separately price 2s, (id.; aiuV (he Ind'."?; to th> iirst St'rii's, clio 3r�dra.(clv, �price vs.-Pijblished at t>ie Hepcrtihy OfSce, iCij/llatto-n-ga\-den, and Sold by liU Booksfiler,-., In'the press, and in .a few duvs wiil be pubjisheu, piit''Ss. AHEFUTATLQN of "the positive Falsehoods, and groL^ AFisrejircsentatiiins contiiined in the several Publications profsssiiigtooe written in Reply tr> Tvir. JEF-F ERY S's Pamphlet,' entitled A Reviinv of tits Conduct of the Prriiec ot ^Vrdts." &e. v.itJi Obs.^rvHtior.s, bv NA-TITAMEL .-EFFERY'S. To .which'v/illbf; added"a Re-pc.rto.f the Pr;)cpedii)gi upon tbe Trial be{ureL Bj for tii'.^ Hfjovory cf the Sums due toMr. JetTervo, fur Jewelsai,d Pfi!t(." so'd to hiiRttvaF JiitK;V.:i�i�;.ta|4ciii from 4i�eNote6 0>*tUeShi>rt-harid>WfiTer.' "'^ To be h;vd of'Mr., .ieflevys; No. ^I'l, Pall Mall; w4;ere may be had^ a Review of the^Cond�ct of t^e Prince af W.tli's, price ;/s. iid'.. And a'i.,ctter to Mrs. Fitzherbcrt, price Is. ii. In cimsL-qnci*!.'of the raineraus iipplicut";(3!= made for the Refut.vtiqn', now ir. the P.'i'ssiMr^ .Telfer-.s'will feel obliged to the Trade an:i others wisltin^ to be ."-upplied on tlietii'at pablicatiorii for their numerous order.s. This Day is jniblished, price Is. Ud.-sevved,, Plain atid alfectionate  ADDRI'^aS to the Parishioners of St. i\larti>i^i and Ail Siiints, in Leice.stiT. Fnnn ihe Rev. ED VVAitD TiiO;ViAS VAUGiiA.V, A.M. ' ; th. ir Vican.  Printed for J. Hatch/iri, U'O,'-P.^ccs-dilly ; D^ishton, Camhri^lge; and Coolie, 0.xf�rd.-rOf whom mav be liad, price the Seeon I iililioi;, ;if ;iK)Si;A, tiranstaled fri>m tlie Hebrew, with^ Notes; .im'. a SliRiMON, now flr.^t added, on {.'hri.st-s descsiit;, by oamnel Lord iiishop of St. Asaph. An entii-Hy original and liamcnjns U ork, rombtning the united Talents of the gr.?at;st S..ii?ical Arties of tne pre- 1 Itn. Price onlv Two ill and hijvnlv tinish"d Thisd-iY is putilishei! ti'iiili'/gs, c�.ilj.ii,i col Hired (:h,lrc;ot^:� T"l   R. Mr. -^VOODWARD, . Autnorui . c     ?    l.sLCiirjioiis in l',n:rl.ind ind Wales. � '     -       V-'.  ri.l's; nuitatonomiiv,' de tr, f ; .1;...;.. >.airetur." Haii.vf" l.ic. i. Lo:.d-ri; ,':il�hsi)..'fl by 7'iit)mas TcgiC, at the Apollo Librar , iNo. IIJ, tjneapside. in Sfqier-Iuj; � t.ir.e c-p ...... ;.'ir i .It e.-.'Airf: i'niil?. to be contiiiiieti jr.'/iLflit u-'l 1  !i'j.dete-i, .No. t, 01 CV.iit Ml R-   MAC tZlVl   or J]r. .RA.SJ1(.".   RUiiilOR;;   beii'g n most (vipiliil oi   ori.iina! lui:(!ur.)iis   t. il.vi'.Au,l ERl.^i IC DJiED QUARTERS 9,f CLOSE DRlFD A.M�E!i In!ALT, /o be ddivered in nj'ortniglify i>t/ Kcckij/ piupur-iioTf;, into Ills AUJje.-il;j'^. yir.iii(il(-.n^ Slvrf at Duiiei. /''^e MJioieiii be, paid Jar by liiLU paijuble, u'U.'i li'.tci'Cil, niT.eiyt days-af/cn d(i1c. TlwCondUiunsofUie Contracts mon be.seen Rl the Secre.-r tarys Oijicc. ' .     , Nu regard teiU be hud li> ai.-v Ti nd':r in ichifh Wo jtrice shell notbs iiiscrtcd in icufda at ic!i!;lli,ui- thai i/ii'l! hji i'C di-.' lir'.:re.d to iltc lio:ird befc,-e ijiu. a^-fjck orit/ r //.r tierinn x  hereby give Notiei,' that on rcidii\, the'ifSth instanl, Ihey'iHil be rctulii to rcceit:c Tt-rui.:rsin i;; it~ ing (sealed vp), and trf.iU for 'IHR EE .HUNDRED CHALDRONS 'of PITS TAaKIELO :(100i!, (;OAL.S, full pay.'yy ie delii'cnd imn:tdhti.fy in tnu en(ire._ (.'nrj.'(>i.:i, fi-ei'..\jj'' lill Uiarir<: and risi:, in/o Ui ! aftci-d::fe..: The Couf'iitium' ufll; Cusitrd"! :n:iu be �.ir,i:t ihcSccr-iiar-^'s ofn-e. ...       . �   ;       ' So rc^,ard''3Ulbe hadln any Tr ndf r irt .'�liieft the T^rii--, shall mitbcinsd-.tid'in Kurds at Ungth^' '^r that ^hrUlisqlhe dliiVi 'cd fut'ie Hoard bcfoi'e On/; o\C'o:l:  u/i the sild:.^ri\l;iy. the 'ii^lk instani, nor)inl,e  tuese qn-iiit'es nHi rove"d f er in almoit every t;.\vn in Orent rintiiiii and (rpl^md., U T L KR 'S   RKaTORATIVE    TOOTH POWDER, here ort>i-ad to tiie use of the Public at Ijrgc, was in the, circle of Dr. Di'Jivd il.''5 nnuint.uiee, a^;d the Nobility asd Genir;, its virtues ju-ti, npurociutod; but a ceri.;>in d-licacy nre- - .....-T...........- "iiiii: '.Mr. il.''5 p-ivticula-' eery i>'.'iyl-'-.itiealsI i'.iid Tt;;in d die;! vented hi:n l'r,)m p.itrK'lv aaiio.ju'ing tUii prep.-ii.iti EUTt.l.il li!i= coi'ie in pesj-.j-don of the 'Jri,;V,;tI And ne bea;, lo Tiive 1 cel.; and v re:-ter iiive [;u :1 viiieed bv a r.iir th( pv 1 11 i i 1 ecliv. i;iiiv>cc;it t' Lse.nt ln,;t � jjii I. luis-ice -.EUENOS A.V RES ANl Tins day was publi.shed, in an eloe;aiit quarto volume, il trated bv twentv beautifidty coloured c!!J!.ravini;s, .p . 'i'. .-s.in"board?, rj^ilK PRKSENT STATIC of PERU and its JL UEPEN Dii/N OIESj urawn trpm origin;;l and auinen-tic. Documents. 'I his important and trnlv irdererding Jlflok \s the otiIv genuine source of intormntion in the Eiii;!!sh Language through .which the Public can become ac.qaa 111 led wilJi tne iiitimte value of the late conquest made bv that gallant tiiid uK-nto-rjoas CommanderSir ilome Popnani. - ttwiHiipnear�bv ane.vamui:Uion ot it, th.it flic possession of Peru an4 Chili must be a necessary cojisequence ot the conquest of Buenos Ayvesand I'araguav ; that La Sierra, tue Mine Country ot Pei-u, which hasy lehfet} to tne itidolent Spaniards One Thous-Tiul Millions sterli.'-a, lu Specie within iOi) yeiirv,forms part or the Viceroyaity otHuenos Avrcs, and , niay be taken possession ot by a single. Brit}jh itegiinent; in tinc,that these countries, which may be taken and maintained Without risk or expense, will, in cverv sense, more than compensate Great Britain tor the Itjss ot America, and for Prii?| to bo had of all Booksellers. Ot whom may be had, 1. TheHistnrvand Present^�tate oiftlalta, Ijy the Chevalier. Boisgclin, in'2 vols, 4to. illustrated with numerous engravings, �rice.'J/. Lis. tuLln hoards. 2. IheTuJture ot Piilermo aim Sicily, by Dr. Hager, price4s. ... , 3. Travels through Itajv, particularly in tljc Ivingdoni of (..Naples,by_Ivqt;pebiie, 4 vols, 20s, boards. 4. ThelPrcseut Statcoftljs Island of St. Helena, price Is. board?. �   �        ' �    �     '   .  y �   � . the agffrajidisementof out Rival on the Continent ot nniope. Miftcd for Richard Phillips, No. fa, Bridge-iiro reel; and Beauty " That steals so softly in the stripling s heart. And gives It a 111)10|)Hfoi! unknown befoic." WHEN thti aU-powcrfAil charms of our Fair Coantrywoinen arc capable ot stimulating the blFo^stsOfvouth to noble eoterpnze iiiid laudable piirsint�, who In return expect to be rewarded with the enchunting smiles an'd Brainble hearts of thoicthej love, an auxiliary solomon S AUSI EKWtilV 1 UUXiUlx, ov removnigiMc lext^norAh&tructUttis from the, skin, beautifies the complexion, ppeftjthoinnuinefabUcpnvcslnthesurfiiceof the huniun body, jifidussl8lsnainrelne. se aiiiicted ivith e.eiciviiitj.r. unij, tiiai thev niav ivly ihi i!'.;f:ee;ie ! .~i 1 r;i.sm. ot w.iun .iav tHie may lu-.-Mid e".ii'.>.m Irie.l o. eue lii)\. ilMleier.sivf propertv i-ui^t r-ii i'eient in e !.�':'.(;-;w."v (e.-iriii-uv.- p..ivt!eie.s i>r .Arid x-iiien sef.'r.'.iv .idH.'ie, ; (lue.is, ant! 1:1 the i:-,ter,'E;ce.-i n; ilie ieei.i. u li.va. ni' in-t'iee of eitiev; U'-rdin-i; rure:;-:;-r in t;u.' rV.;-;,;.. iniiiinur ri new erv-.in--l o! jieiudv \\ hite Dtt'ii iniiir^d or enrrniie.d, i"i t.ie Litter, riiid ;is;ree;ibie odonr, .inn is \\ iinal so pene It may be eaieii � :liteut iii;ur'. 1 hesedi.-tin:;i!ishiiiK nr.r;ioten,-(u-- ot us ive cd-.-c'.:, nnasiiperiwritv. have procured it tue nnliou-.idert al)|Jro:.^ .i.eti ot the Queen, the Pni!ee.''ses, tlie J-.-.nprcrs nt ttu-SM, tue Dit. ir > ^of ^Oik. Bidtoiti,l>oui�n I ' u la t, i 1 moit ot me Eni!,'i;sh and l-(ireuii Ni^bnitv, uuiiiy ot -wliO'.u reeonimenci it with admiration, as a neci^ssar-, appendsis" to tjie loilet; iind. iiideed thev i!i> but..(;oninnni |iL>lic !ii r.--turning to thoso who have bc*u liaolo to lO msst baneful .cTocts.       � .     . Prepi!redawdii))d,A\hole5alonnd R-'-tai!, by l\lr. Buder, No. ), t lieapside, CorntT ot i'atenwster-row ; .iJiJ ivetail b> moit t.iiuiitrv BooK*elle�-s and IVrfumei-s, m Bj.xes, aj' '.;s. b;d. each. ~~~      NEW MEDICINE ACf.        '�    '�   ~ NEWBERY and SONS, No, q P.-iul 3 Church^vard, Lontlon, l*raprietors James s Powder and otlier val-aable Prepai-atio.i the Public, tnat Incimsequeuce >f the new Stamp tlw Prices ot that Medicine will be m futuro 2s-Packet, or 1/. ns. 6d. per dozen: but the quai.titv ofa doaeu packets in a bottle (as made nu tor (lie .^nav and Navv) n^uv be liad for 1/. 4*. And as thi> isords, V' F. Newher-., No, 4.7, St. Paul s," ariM>ijgr;ived in the Stamps, wbieh it is presumed will be a sumcicnts-cuvitj? again.-t LouiUeiiVit';; hu Siiriiatureonthe liUbeliwill be ilwcwiiiiimed. 'rhe toUowing are the Prtces of their other Medic akt'!. Tiuct. oJ BarN 4 0 �i Si 2 9 2 J> 9 �) Ditto Hu'iham'^ ditto 2 li Tonic Pills *2 b l.iiglwh t.;offoc , �G Csxinther's: Drops 1 l.i Ditto Peppermint 1 \h Dv. Hoopers Pills 3 0" Grant'* Drops 4. 0 loiUsh's Scofs Pills 1 0 Iliniry's MagiKxia � 3 6 Norton's Drops 4 I) Spilsbuiy's l)iop� 5 6 Dr. Solanders lea 4 6 Groaioujch's^riiictures 1 ix 2 9 Ditto' Tolu lA>j:eng�'s 1 |ff N. B." As many P^TSons mistake tho House" of .Mefsr^ Newberry, observe that it is jit the East Ij-d of St. Paid r Four Door frotn Cheapside, with these Words inscribed on the FrOol, �'I'hft Only W*r?im�i3 i"wr Ht. James's Pi>w� dm."     .   � ' � - *   

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