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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N**. 4,403, ffrEATKF, ROYAt, DRUKY-LANi;. Tins Prcsetit |vVi:i\lNfJ witi be a^tod llio TTIK \Vi;ST TNUIAN. B(>lcour, Mr. Lllistmn Cluirlottc Rujport, Mfca Duncan^ Klut the Play a. Divtrtisrnipnlv cmniKJScd by Mf. D'Auir-,il'lc,c..lle �niTwr,>ir. r>I(lvin(from tht Tbcath" Rayal, YoT>k), >:m 1. MS linstHppi'araiJce ill Londrti) ; Bli^. IVIiirtiineF^ itwiton. THE ADOl'TEI) CIIILD. tiijy'stny-) : Avilii:y�)eliij:lit3tid^ , ; . .      . �^rrrriiOiitiivKlUXSi'lTAI.., an* GECmaii-aiaiElBJCj oi.        ,,    T^AX�ul,l^_^�l^.^Il^ u-iiilnio'ninc houri�vi:�?-Jn>:>Materia WrJka &t-a b fire Kiirhi':-'J'he Practice of Physic, at nkKkner Eiglit. -And ihf'CbtNnijirv.aCiiQtiarter after Niiif*. ', lJv(JEOIl iiiiK'vxiftencc, bvMr. MACAR-1'N EY, ()� t HEMISTUY, bv T)r. EU\va1:DS.    On 1\M1)VVIFERY aiid theUISEASES OF WOMEN amlCiliI,!)UEN,byl)r.THyjvNE.       > The /A.NATDAIICAL .i^EM'ANSTRATIONS and PRACTICAL AA\4TOMf.l>yiS^!r,tAWHENCE. 'i'lifAnatomieal Lectures will begin ftn Wi-dni^^ay* Qtt. i, at two o'clock i and the otheii t. JJurtholomew'S iloFpital. 1,        '^^      V'� VlllTEIlALU .  '     �'' W.Vv; CARJeT and UPHOLSTERY WAREWOUSE. DAVID 'NVATSON, begs leave to rohirn In* bi'St t hanks fb the Ndiility ar.d Gent;;v for Farmirs h i-( therto received, and to acquaiiil tbein that^lJc has fitted �y>. tliase extensive premises,late tlie Board ef Ajnridulttijjij:,in tiilo Jvv.'cilery, forrichncss and vaiietv not to he excelled, Also, Port FoVios, and Shavi:!p; Co.T.nio(les for Riding; and OrnuniPntal Furniture, with Mncliines atlnptcil for Libraries, PuWic-QlSceSj Counting-hbus.'.g, &c. &c, M0N1.i7.cttR Extraocd))nary wf the 5th instant, c6ataiaiii!: l.>ispitttios from Majur-GeiH-ral Sir .lOJfN' SfUAR'l, coiiinmrlin;^ h's Maji-sty's Troops acting in. Calabria, rclati^ the particnlars ot a brilljant Vic�0|tt most gloriously pn�ved(." -.x. JteiMited, lltaf^^  e names, l�*" prrtenled to. the. following Field Offlccts woiuided on that owasiini !--' ^l. tdJUajBr P.luiiKtT,'�f the Uth Regiment, seyerely ^^Sw.'fti Lieut..Col: M'l*od, .78lK t� Lieut.-C i. Mpofe,^^'3!ad WfiSOii'ns, ICO^:   ili^jr St(i4rt, 78th Hegini"^. - 100/itoMalM'lvinzie,'ditto. � 25/. toiKnsifiJn :>Pr;resor, diito. . Resolve*, That relief bo allot led (o tho Widows, Orplians,, Parents, ahd RMatives, dei)endingt"V^ s^PP"^' on the Olhcers and. Mew killed; a,nd that giatuititrybe given to tliosc wuuiidcd, as soon as tlieHAlWcaiiH extent of the injurifs liiey have received shall be made known to the tlommitlee. Kceolved, That Letters, i-ipied by the Chaimiaij, be written trt Majot-Gciieral Sir A  r>. ' ilead also the Ltra.iou Gazette Extfaordiriary of th^ I'lth-inl't. containing Copies and Extiacts of Disautche.s from Mj^jor-titheyal' Ber.sf.>rd,(^omniartillrtg a dctachnieiit p� his Ma,jcsty's troin);ii in Si>ut'* Ainerica; and froin CommftJore Sii HoiTicr Fophaivi, coinm^^ling liis iVlajet.|ys Na*al: Forces on thesnhieslution; c(wituiii('i%the in^MiiitMnt iiifunnatin^^^ liir captu* ftt'the'J own of Um.'"W� A.vr�*�iiid il*dependeiicies, Resolved, That A as!-s of 2tH)/. value each, with .ippnuiri-*|te inscrintirtns, .b.~ presented to.Rlaj^r-General- Bercsojrd ami Cniiiwpdowi ?jr J lo;ne Pppham, for their^aP.ant and disinterested induct ill this flirccssftiland iiiiporiu'iit eiitefprize. IlcsoJvetf,That iin Anmiity utf i')/. tor Ufc he settled on Captain Le Elanr, ol the 7l�t Regiment," w'ha was disabled iij this AttaclJ, with, benefit tesufyivorshipt ffordedt4> the Widows, Orphans, Patfrnfrfyand R�lative��Ucpmdiikgr)tt such Oil^r!) (iiKtiiii>ii were killed,'Or may die Of thelf %�Bii)ds: iuflPliat ('ir.ttui-�|^(S�bej:i*ei�totlto^�'��nded, assoon as the' uatUrc aud,ex-tclif^n%l6'iajurlct>liu'y hav^ received,;shall be koowti ta^he C^iBfttfef't-. ---j; . ...^�.�r - , � . Resrtved, Thatletters signed by the Chairman, he written t�� MaiorrGeilcfal Berrtfonl^ add Commojorc Sir Home Pfx^arn,'requertiiig they will conimunieate the foregoing RPjtolutionsfo bis ftliyesty's Forces under their respectivi-command* aiidfurnish the Coinmittee with the pariiculiiis' necessary to enable them to t^arry their intentioils iiit(> (-fleet. Resolv... 1,000        '   '  &c.&e. N  Prize liVf than I'wciriy PoiimK. NE\V ftlKWCALaiul JiUlt'W;,A!; WOHK.^. Printed tor l.o>  JiIlvtiST,'RkeS, and Oiimk, Paler-no-ler-riiw^ and CAiJin.ii and lyAVlK.s, Strand. l.r'n'iilv PiVH\'ClPLl<:S of SURGERV, Vo- Ja. liiuietUc First.; iiSthey relate to Woui'.ds, Ulcers, and I-isliil^s J. Aneurisms,'and Wmtjided Art-.rief, t'ractures �rthc i.iinbs, and the Unties uf the Military and Hospital Surgeon.: By V  11, Poultfy, (established in l/iVJ) and i*^). Pi, (.'baring Cj-oss, (next Dtjftf to the Golden Cross). Ther-Lottery coiis(^fs but of :iO,UOiJ Tickws. VlbeSehemerontainsthefollowing Brjz^, viz.    � 3    Pf L ."� TicketsantfShares arc on Siile at all Vith Observations  n � . " Thcvnlii.ihlcsrntiiTirhts ahtidifeciioas e.tprefel in neat laiigiiage, which Air. AiivrrayV work cont.iins, rendiir it well worthy of altentig'i."       " ELrrric Rt;viT:AT,-Krb. ItfOly This Day was piititHhi'U, in tiiie V olunieiietiivo. piife i)s. in Botrds, Hill) with ths Key, S3, the Secund Editioi>,'with improvemeuts, iif /SreKK exercises, in Syntax, ^liipsJs,; \Jri>ial>cts, Prosody, and Metaj^hrisis,, (after the inunncr of '� (;iarli,C'� an:l iiliiir's liitrodtKiion to the innlbiug of Latin,") ad ipted to the Gratnniars of Eton, Wetteniiall, J\l(>!>r.�, Bell, and Holmes. To VI hich is greti.ied, a Concise but Cbmiirelieusive .Syntax, By the Rev. WILLIAM NEILSaN, D.D.   ; ftliiil iter of Dundalk., Ireluul. PrintJ'rt for Longman, Hurst, Rises, and Onne, Pateraoste^-row; and .T, AndeCion, I'.dinburiJh. " 'I'his, work ^trictly fulfils ttie professions o.f the Title- VICrUALLlNG OFFICE, Sept. 1.5, 180*;. "^IIV-GeminiiiHonerii for VicUiailing UisMa.. ,L jentifi Najtg do htreby give ISiclice, that on Friday, ^e^lli itubnt,'tkeiLWiU be reaifoto receive 'lenders in aril' � Ing (feated m), Md treat for THftEE HUNDREO jCtfAbWONs Of PITS TANFIELtf MOOR COALS, f litl t�a^i to bt iltUvered iiAittcdUiielg.ip. t�a enlire Cttrgoeiy fteei)/ all charge-nnd ritk, into flia. iffajc!ity\i ViciualHng Premheiat Debtford, and to be paid for by llilh payable, with interest, niiletif dags after iair. ' 'The CondiCiun$ of the Contract inag bs seen at the Secretary's Ojlice. A'o reffardtcill be had to aiyf Tcntler in lehich toe Price ihnlt ngtti iiucrte4. intvoi-d* at length, or that skaU'iot be ddiyerai to the Hoard before Oae o'clock on the >uid FriiJi^y, the'HUh imlaht, nurunlesi the person kIw mnktx the Tender, or DQtne person on, his behalf,_alttndx, to answer ithen 'called for. IHSTEMPtlS, MAMiK� itnd other DISEASES ol~~ . DUU.S. TflHR following immt valaable IVXEDJCINES iiiaifySB^nt'v No. 5, Welb-strceti Oxfaritstreet) are pat-troiiisedaud iDied ftrswreral bmnehrs of the Roval Fam ly� by aWist all the N^ibility, and by every celebrated Sport�-inan-'in the United Kingdom. UisTCiui'CK.-^Hi� MedieiiiaV Powder? for Distemper, ptSce Is. (id. per packet^,usually suaicient__f<)f the Curcj ai'e actually in rcl|Ui'3tin every p,ir^ of the ('J;obr. M.t.nfni:.-r::Hi3, Specitic Oiiifnient for Madge is the ilnost easy and infallible remiidy ever dispbyered, price 2s. tid. per box, amply sulGci^nt. Worms.-His, Wo:^m Po.wders, price 2s. 6d. per Set, dc�4roy all the v.-irious kinds'of W (irnis^ without ever failing. (MSKLEiv IN Tirt Ear.-BltMid or Matter within side of the Ear, teases Dogs almost to'ftladiK'ss, but the complaint is readily i-enio�ed by his Canker Wash, p^-ice 2:. vd. per Bottle. V C.iHKEit o.Ti THE Fi,*P OF THE E.i r.-This Oiiitracr.t i% tis. Bo.-irds. , as well.a.s -J----------------Puvvders, price'2s. per Set.   ' Pvi?.GiNr arising f^rnm 'Hile, J-di-o;r=tipni Fl:ituIeRCV, or CoVi: .Sickness at Stomack, : Head- ; iich, ftc. it operites by d!5b)ilj;i:!g r.criu bileor wiier cru-difres retained in tt:e ii!t;;sti:!.n.l\;,-'lii'.V,aiJd .-lets a;s a.ialtei-a-tiyi; to the sj^tein genf-rally. 1 ree' from anv ai.tinionial orm.ercurifll prep;ir.itinns v�ds i ct inu!t cease."  :4,4'''Slc trial wittfaUv'f mivince the iiatient of tbcir efTica-cy. The worst cates pf iilians ot^Uick HeF,d-*ohu Burus, Ueetiiirer on Midwitcry. lu i VoL 8vu. Price 4s."6d. in Boairds. -   * 11. Thtf, Modern PFactice of Physic. By Edward Goodman Claifte* M. D.  In 1 Vol. 8vu.  Price: i-s. iu Boards. 13. Medieinm Ptax�os Compendium. By E, G. Clarke, M.U. J'ijBo. .Price 5s. scwea. 13. Medicina Naqi^ica; an Essav on the Dise:^scs of Soa-len. By Thomas Trotter, M. IX'late Physician to his Ma-sty's Fleet, &c. Ill 3 Vols, 8vo. Price 1/. 3si in poards. If. An Essayv Medical;. Ptl'>)�iophical, and Chemical, on DrunfcenMSS, atid Us EU'crtG un the ilmnan Body. By Thomas Trotte^ M. D. In 1 Vol. 8vo. the 'id Edition, Prise os. ;a Boards.  ,;; ��  , � .  ' : lil. Ah Essay m Bespiration, Parts I; and II. By John BostocH, M. JL);  In 1 VoL'Svo. pri�!6s. Board.s. it). A NewMedical Uictiomiry, eontuiuiii^ siu Explana? tion of the Terms in Anutsmy, Pliysiotugy, Practice of 4'hysic, Matei^ia Medica, Cbc'mistry, l*hariiiacy. Surgery, Midwifery, and the various Branches df Natural Philosup&y Connected with Medicine. By Robert Hooper, M.D.'F.L.S. Iu one very large Vol, 8vo. price ius. in Boards. 17. A New ivicdicul Dictiitiiury, c*ntaiuiiig a concije Ex� plaiiatiouof all the Terms used in Mciiliclue, burgcry, Phap� IFADFIKLD'S   OJiiCiNAL   Gi::-;i:i;>i K .J. TlNCrUlir., is v.'r.s i.Miitj an i iilid bv 'filu... A.> THACKERAi , -.n-VNciiKsn^a, b.id the .r.ei: hI niithentie Recoi|il fr.*ii) i.;ii I'lir.ticr, nii'> iliarrii-d t;ie o..ly diiughier of the Inti- .Mri. ll.v.Ki.lJ, vvh'.t iil.me was in [lO,'-sesssDii of that inviiluablv soret, an 11>> \y;irtin it wa* nc. -imparled toany otiier p rsv.-r,, w.iicli may be e.isily provta ;f any one should doubt. it has bcenUiu'Miiedby th-Pni)lic, who knew iu va'.unbie properties, that "tlie svi'tt a.ae aifci intinnities of th" Irtlt-Mi-s. ILKKieia, !i;ul .>.'> l.ii.g ii.-.-Vi';.Ve,l liei from'{;reiJaitli:ir ft; and theimir.iii-rles>!a|;pru-alinns iV)r it siiicv, sutic:e;:tly pove its superiorily to i le ipuri.Jii? Tiiirturcs which h^ive ' been imp'wed on tiic public, uud;;r that name, during her inability to contiiiiie it. F'or the sak.e o'f preventing these cnur.tiriVits in future^ and other rea'siiiis, it li.iS been thin;;ht nociss.iry to eliange the shape of t!ie bottle to a square moulded ofie, with tbt* maket'i iwine T. Tliaeker.ly, ive. on the four si-le?, whieii will be the onlv s'lupc lUe r-al Tincture will be sold in, in future 1 the haiiil-bills incbMiaj every bottle, witn dir etio!is macyi Botany^ Natural IBslory, and Chemistry.  CQin* piled by .lohnFox,,At.D,  ln.I Vol. Fopbcap 8vo. price � 7t.Boards.         '        ' v ,        ;    ' ,18. A Treatise, on Tropical Disehsfs, on Military Opera-iiOns;'anid on the.CUiiMte of'th�.  olbei: person in the worl.l bns thi? secret of prepar\ng, is of .suc.V u:ie ? in stepping blood, aiul has been tucecMfully used ill r-ce.-.t Im'.ij.'i and scalds ; for strains, mitlvng was eversuperi.ir to rubij:;:' the partallected with this tincture, with the liaiiii warned bvagoodfirej and the same application has the h.ippicst eii'ectsiii anv part atilieted with tne severest tlie'amalic p.iui^; for a variety of inward complaints, particularly thejfr.ivol. (W dnips in'a glassof.any kiiid of white wi.ic, gives prcser.t e.ise, and being persevered in peifectsa cure ; it Jw". ever been fiiuml a sovereign remetly ni spitting blood, or in cases ef broken rilw, wr'aiiv inward crush, bruis.' or fracture^ hv tak- not cuntined to the human, species only, as il is eqnaliy ii. ro frost, being hold a tVw minutes by awarm lirewillTv-stonv It, u^id if kept wells'cppsd, no lime wiUdestrov its virtues. Made and sold by Thor.us rhackcra.y, .\s!itnii-un !er-i.i!;f, near Manchester.-^\nd aUo sold, bv his appo.r.lnav.t, g-1.,  v., I Vf..$i,pj,j.ra, i\1:iustitj... Messrs. Bacon and to. No, 130, i.).vford-^^treft, oppo-. sitcNew Bond-stx�et,London, Whulcsale Venders. Mr. Staines, Manchester. , Mr. Atkinson, ditto. Mr. Daniel Lvnch, ditto. Mr. Vaughiin, (late Mrs. Cooke), dittp. Mr. Bent, Bariislev. Mr. Bimis, Halifax. V Mess. Brook, and Lnnciishite, liuddersticld. Mr.SiU, Preston. Mr. Leigh, Atheistonc.  Me�s. Wynttonid Wbililjaxsh, Salisbury. Mr. Druminond, Lincolii. Mr. Mouiisey, Pcestoa. .Mr. Green, lierefci-l. .Messrs. Elder and Co. Eiiin- liurgh. Mr. hazard, Bath. Mr. Urwwry, Derby. Mc Wood, Shrewsbury. !^lr. Walker, Newcastlc-ujiy oarTviie; Mr. Fl.'teher, Chester, . Mr. King, Veovil. Messrs.  Holt, and H;igue, Newark. Mr. William WilcucUJCbor-ley.    Mes-,>?. Marriott and Wright, Liverpopr. Mr. Coatcs, Macc|cs'tield. And by alt the principal Venders of Medicinrs in the Kingdom. ^011 N. B. Aav Letters addre^ to Thomas Thackeray, Ai'ar ii>iaidiH'rJ�]N>r> will be duly aittemledtu. ^   

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