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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 26, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N^, 4,404._ TO-MORROW EVKNlNlovill be acted tlie Comedy of       ' , Tto SCHOOL FOR PCANDAL. Sir PetPr Teazle, Mr,/\VrougN(iri; ,l  by a Young l.arly (lur Cr*t ai)\)Par3iice on till--SCiS*"-)    :     ,    . On iufi'dayt next, Pi/arro, wiUi Th !iy. THEATRE ROYAL, rOVKNl'-CJAKDr.X. r�llIlS Present EVKA'ING will be iK-rfoimed JL  tl>e Comedy of LAUGH WHEN TOU CAN. nofsamrr, Mr. Melvin(froni tin; 'IMuMiv- Itoval, YoHO, M^firjt appearance in LomionJ ; rt.r.:. hloitimer, itiijs With THE ADOPTKnciin.T). - ' On (lii.v, KinKKiciiarlt:rc'nflr(( j Kiiij!: iiitii)iie liis jjrivate v our^es of opert-i tii)iiu ou the lluio.iH Body,  L oV (ilJi's, 11 ..ti.i i .\ i.. ' rpHK \vi.N'rs-:ii colmisf; of j.i'rcTUiiiiS i   _t   will eomiiienreiiie begimiiii^ of Oel. vi/,. '     i'llACrnJi: of inLDiLl.vL, liy i.r, l>ABl'S{iTO^'� anii 1/r. r.L'Rin . OHi.iMlSl'R'V , by Dr. H A 151 NGTt^iN and i\!r. A LLLX. km'krlmi.m'Al 1 iiii,(>bai'in , bv .-.ir. Ai.j.r.x. TjlK()t{ V of MKDICI.NE .ind AlAi:U{ lA WLl>lLA, 1)V Ur.CLRRi . �i\Ui>VVll'LR V,  and l)[SKAsr.S of WOMl'.N and CiULl>RKN* by Dr. ilAJ�aiTO>. I'll I SlOLtHJi', ..r LAWS of tbe AXIMAL KCONO-MV, Itv nr. UAiCUli\)N. CLLSICAL   Ll.tiUIM.S  Oil SKLECT Ml'DfCAL CASL.>rt, by Or. HAULNCiT-jN, Or. t;URil> , and i>r, ��iviARCJ-/r.v; .     . ^-r ..: ^. -----iASES rtf the TliETUi by Price 6''. ,    8i;,pi'i;Mijr.ii 5, ISOJ. l^OTICfv'is Itordiy given to tliu PDrtreevos, Ii:h.,bi(int3 of :iid v, itMin'tiie Ton'n,H()n)U)jh, and LibTty of i .Siiir.t (. Icirs, in t.ieCojntv of Cartn irth-m, uml toall oliier.i I w 'nun il doLi.iir mav c.i iccr i, Tli.it' a, I'etitio.i will be pre. 1 sr.iii-1 to till' iMniiunabl". iDjse <)f i oniinoiis at t'le n lou>c uiil mi behalf of tUi- I'ro- ] pr.ei.m-:. of i.;i,d-; and L.slaLa, L-j.d ol.li is,.iiui-,;es.se!t and l.ilialiit.iiits >\i(i-.vi tlic saisl iiswf., !Ja;o-i;;l\, l.ioerty, and J'.ir fJi of tviint C fur leave t < Ww^Y.'nn iJill inort.rto obtati an ^ et of i'.irl'anienl lo auHii'i/..; (;oi)ii.iis,-io .it;., to il.- aimii.ale.l b J a!li)t {\u- l .)!i',ini>ii,i!)li> an:! wr.=lf-.' (;ron::d.v oi wiA witlii i, or be-Ii>ii;!;'.iir; til tiil- loun, iioi-m-li, nwi i in      of SkuIi CUvir.'i � NA VV-Ol'MC';:, sept. J'J, IJ).W. 11K Principal Ojurrs and C'j)/tni/i.:/o//rm of _ i/fi Maji-.i/i yai.j dii �'�iit/j./giua f^jticr, lUut IVednesiday^y,:,-, S^V uj Oaijlmr neu, ul'Orie nCuck, Iht-ij :i:Ui lie riMil-i iu tftul iciV/i iu-li-iii-i f-.i; Ui -iii /'  <;uni /;'.v  k iiiriUai Ocplj'oitl c/iiJ tl'i:uliLii,{. A i'uUei-H uj ,,iiUuniinu;,ki^ u-iL't a T'orr.t of the 711(11/ tit: s.'cn ut'd.i, Oj/ice. f>i' 'I'mM-l, ii'*/' Huy niiuiK'i, vinl.tii th - p'.i t>j, m- un a^^nat fur I   '11   llllrlill. \ ic i v;/\i>i.ijN iiiini:,:Huniiri J ')/'...'.. u.,      ncifJ/tj j^ibs i\ult:i:., i.iici un ruejJav, afxrfd.iid, lo bt't>\i'-Il ,iMd aiiio.i;; t I- \iii an 1 l>r ipri-lor., ! Ini: XjJt i.iUani, iui.'i niU- L6_ j'i;:rJ:j Ij rc-.tiro 7V.;i.''; i: I'at >;'siiiu-/l(*[ivn,;;oiUiU''i, i.ilirr'tv'ni.d i'.iris-ll,     Kviliu^' (.,cakJ  Ujj], Ir'sjt'jor  U.N;;. llU .'V-Oft !�-!> T0.N.1 of .MUrJ(J'.)v V!/I> Su'irAil., a.-�^:.;nr^j .iv '^ilVhe four lirltlpes are seeh,; tl.e (if^uul Sirtke s I'.daec and l^Ke hardensrthe Old Palace; the Ca^Mral, bu.It.ot v- rious niarblep  the Tond) of the great Med.ci !� a-=ndy, w .tli Hnity of it.tert-stii.g iib^ects too nun.erirtis to mem.on an I' A lii.e cKpajise of (he Vale of Arno v^riches the Lii.d-fcwye, bounded t>i\ nil sides by MoUntiiins, nnd p:irt of ilte ApjicniDes; Tiie i'.ay of .Naples cpntinues open i to Tthieh h!i*�>eenaddcdj 11 repreiieiitattonof the lateawful Eruption of VcMiviiis, aiidra..tty I'ijciircf, &c, Opput/oin Ten till dask.  Admittahce to each Painting , one .SliiUin;;.  _ ;        ." � :   .' � /Vpuain V;iLLlAM OOOOLAO.dere.'i.'ird. Tlli-; Creditors of Capt; WM. GOODLAD, lr:te of the (iOth RegMn.nl, deceased, arc requested JorMiivith to send the Partlcuiiiis if their Dcnianc.'! to.jWr. ViTiiv, .Snlieitor, nueiii'/gli.Jr.i-.sircet, fitrivid, in orJerthat tb.-.-3me njiy'l�c-disr�-;'r.-:eVb-      Ivxceuiri.v. libSi'  ,\. LGAHAGAN rtitiiriKS liis grafeful ac-kn'ou'- ledgraents to th" Nobility and (Jentry for the kind iiaVroiva^e he has received in Uie puiilicalion of hia Busts of Lord iNelsoii and the Rij;|it HononrililU'iUiini i'iit, and takes the liberty of ii^f(i!-!iji."j tiie i-'ri?n(!s of that gr>"at and good man, the R >;in. noiir�ur.ihl'e C. .1. PO\i tiiathe il.'.? just published a iiuji,\viijcli, \ cturMU!iry i^.iiik. ,\nv (^o licin wanting ,1 pui'iner to take an aetivf p"a-t, or cap.ilile o.f i\-teedii-.g.t'.ic bu;-!l.ls^, will, ivy ..dilre.-^i.ij; .tblfer, pot jrai 1, ta.X. O. liaiik Coifee'housi.', t ur.iuil!, Lo::do;i, niiutwith one. . THE (n) v ;'.fiX.viE,> 1    . A I'lV.iO i l'.,., x   �,�ma-.�, e.^ ()nu\i;.j: l.ie ; -l.i of I Ai'O.XTil. ; 10,0'JO'i for lae i ii'st j^rvwi) I iek t; every oilier I'r-'ze aivoal, iVa'.titi)'iO-.. CI^JIIS Vli/VA' placos uli w!u) pr.rclr.iso beforo Ja,   the Draw ing liet;iiij oh eqiial tVr.Us; An adv\iul.ii,ci that hibaot iieet) oiler, d to tiie'pur.li',: I'oi-,'.iripast, O.N Li �rw --.vTi  i iiu;u.,A.vj> �TlCi-,.i:,xS* '             And tne KCjiEiiE coniaiils    . 3          i-ri.;:-:' of .. � �     3    '  ...____.-----' � i j,J:jJ   / 3   � .        �: 5,>wo :'b-:     ................ .. l,OuJ ,    .       .   , .  ece. civ. &r.  No i'ri/.e 1-Si lici'i J'\tonty Pound''. The Puldir. vviU l>':^ r e that &t.tfe Lotii I'.v Krir.'-s are paj;l Insli-rliu!;; nion.v, ; 'ZSvJ,.->'- for �.'0,u.Kl'. J-ri/.e; and so in pro-ponion lori'-yrry ot.her i'rUe. ^ i i('!w;t.' 't"ct �', nnrl b. to^ ir Aiiv.il*. SUll-T and CO.iOiil,. ;f i -ami I'jJA llTTTJ-ra"llCK(U\S iir..d'VSiiAlU-:ri tyf the StiUe Lottery, JL   to begiii fJr.iwi.ig tne r-.th of m-xt .i^Jiit;;, aie sellina; by SWlE'J'andt 0.(11 liieir i,ici'i,.Si;.i vJ,",';i ci. No. J1, Jr'oultry, {established i.n )..;;�) jh.l :\o. i-^, ( "ajri-ii; Ln)>. ;e I. :n's for tne te-!- -'ind iieiiefit of Mien (Jv.ners unl i-Tooricloi's of Liiiids, a .d alt otiiers int'>Ti'.-l( d'..i ofVvar and Politics between France and (Jrv.a Hi- tail;,   liv .lolni A"dri'\v, LL. I). Autlior of a uistor :of tt^f ."ini'Tie 1 ; \\ ..r, 1 vo!':. Svo; " e. li.i.s >.ay is purjlls.'i. d, in i      V uidnii.'.o, vVo. piiee .^a. in ho.ii'tis, Tlfiv rNDKri2^-r):>l\ r ,MAN; or, an Essay on the For.'UMtion and D'soloti.-iiu-iit of tlio-ie Prjiiei-pl- s and !-'arulti ,-;uff!'!li a.ean .\,iiia, w hic'i con titut:;'Jioral and liiti'lleeiual i'.ieelb'iu'". .   , iiy CW'VMi'iiw'.NSOR, Fsn.    ' pubiislicdforths IV'iw'fit of tlie iitirJiryTuncl. Ej ./. Joliusoii, in St. t^aulV: Chure.i-yardr   � This day was published, price "s. ,-4 IlKF;UTA'ri.ON "f (be i)c'>itiye Fa1se',ioods, JiL o'ld f;ross ,,,ii,>r. �I i: ij,iiiliii:i.d rtin l.n<: Tiii'.'tr); lu 'bii li-.ii:-S iiii.ii: uiigiii il i':uU:t^ci luLit l.'.c yi'.lu^lV.ng .'i urcj  vluindize, lurmiiii^ SiuC,;, >iiid oinEi i'l'i-pcrlj, J.'ivnt jLu.r.s or iJ�,.i(lj;\: J.I/ /-'i.e. 1 lie'uiiprcced; ited i'refercnrt- a,i'.-en to tli'i f)Sce by all description!! of ln>ui'er.'i, tue l.'trecl.ir.i ii iti^-r fi^er!�,^ .v(dt;.i of r ;re iii-nr.iiu-c, bio iVomlht'iT' steady ana uiniVir.n Co.i'-utt in 'ta;; ;;e.u r.il Cuul-r.it of th.; Business. Tliey -'ire persuaded th.at a-iher'neo to Principles and pry- . dent lauiiO.; ar.' In/tie�l .-ec iirii.c'- to ine, c.i.ce audio ttie i ulilie, and th.:t !risiit.ui'yi(= (m i ji< iiutiire  eii9-lU'ial vvaeii dui" Aitriu.On   paiiito r' ('ipru.al Auvtuilajrej. Agrieult'Jiiii Ji > ar.'dat-.ii.'  10;-;r-.nces iiir ieriods 3a./rt of a ye Tlie'ii'oiiac'is handsmiieiv Eurnished, and which may b-^ fiikcnat Aoprii-^ejo H, if rrquifed. The House con.'.r.ard-ij '1.t -li^i'.1^\t t'',.'A.^^, and has been the Hpsidf' re 'f t^icfifiiFa.;nlTie.s who visit tiic \Ve!Js.-Eor pnrtiMare �ip'-}d- ill the (hamiiers of Mei^r;*. Ciru � "       � . ferd's fnr.. Ciruchley and Ery, Ciif- . AiN �( CI i 1 f.ft 1 i Al>^| KN Yc;ars Pnrcliase will be :!ii!Tit.duiteJy givea for AniniitiicsNindejiiahlv secured upon Ereehold, Copyhold, or lo.'ig L�nsehoId KstV.tef.-o here the par-'ii's have an iib'oiiite interest, and on which (1)^;^re   "       *'' _tliij-tini *-bi4-*>iit-UHt5d id on which (b^;^reason of the pressure of (;aniit�(_b(4-*>Vit-UHt5d-upei4-iiWti;^ii�e.-A-nd-i eight veitf? purcliase will likewir-e be gi.wn for A.nnuities for vmiiff Lives, secured on the like propcrtyvoi'on .Money in the 1 imrts, wher-J the parvies hiive or.ty a .!i(t.vint y letur,. to .Mr. iCing, ut \i'!> |)nuSe.,.il, Jonii-streict, AdeVphi. GUi.SGOW ^VATER V,0IIK.S. TO eONTRACTORS. WANTED for the/Glasgow V.'atcr Word's Company, CAST IltON PIPES, of nine .and fourteen inch oorcs, deliverable at the Cumpaiiy's V ard, on the banks of the Clvdr, a lif tie to the e.-sstward of GlaJsrow. Alio GOOn SOUND 1-ARCiI TIMBER, not less than nim- feet in length,and eig'ht, nine, elever>, atjd twlve inch-s diamn r, nt the smallest ends. The prices to be stated at per cubic foot vueasured nctt-witluwt the bark, and deliverable as aboVe. AlSoJ KLM PIPESi flf .two, three, four, and five inch bines, deliverable attlie Brnomieiaw, Glasgow.  The pro-lifljalsare to Mute the quantity of yards of each sort, the ^ liincsiatvhtch they can be delivered, and at wflat pric? per' iard iaUrngth.      , ' ' - Proposals in writing:, sealed up, are to be sent to Mr. Dn-yld Ociihy, at the Glas;gow Fire Ollice, on or before the 1st of November liext, with whomare t-'jc plan* and description of the Iron Pipes, and w1to will give anj'farther iafor-'I'MtiDn o.Tth( subiert. _      � � '   '  FOR 'J HE GROWTH Ol'' KAIR. LAtmCS and GENrLEMEN who wish the ornament of a EI.NE .HEAD of HAIR, need only make trial of the KC^SlAOTL, particularly as the ttse of .Oils.-irc toiindso necessary to inlnstcn the Hair when drcs-snip, tor which purpose the Russia Oil has now become in U'e by tue Roval I'amilv, and Ladies of the fir.it circle. H IS 11 nourislier aitd improver to us grow th, prevents its fal-Iiug off, and is so great a preswver and strengthencr to the Huir,a5to prjvciit ilbeeoiiung b.".ld or turning grey, to the atest (ic'riMA ; also rcftorea the Hair on bald places. Sevei'al ('iiitlumen, -vvlii* have been bald tor \cars' have d�-clared, /lu-v'usiiig the Russia Oil regularlv tor three nwuthsi iiecaine 'iiiirly covered with nair. It will servtr as a substitute for p-miatiiin. It is recoiuniendcd to l^dieswho u.�e dressing 'r()n>, as it prevents the lil-elleets occasioned .bv tUcir heat.- E'lce 7s. per bottle, or onevCoiitaiiiing tour sinnll, at a tiumori.-lo be had of the Proiirietor, .133, O.vford-strect; i.id,!)y appointment, Siujth, A'ertunier tahisMine.-:tv and UeUoy.il Eamily, No. HO, New iSond-strect; Heiidrie, ditthborne-strcet; Baylev, Coelcspur-strect; Racon, l.'X), ai'd Allen, 7b, Oxford-street; W!ird,a'2i, Middle-row, Hol-�norn, Butler, .J, ciieapside; Sliaw and Edwards, 00, St. *,aul s (^lurcti-v.-.rd; .Wilhcrs,5^9, Strainl, nearTeinple-biir; |,"r'0,2J, Souihampton-^ttcct, Covc.nttiavden; Crisp, if*, I iicksnur 'tree t, U gf.r<., oj, <. tit psHe; Holm< s, Boltini and ''i"v Royal Exchange, London; liull, Danie-street, Dublin; "uhurn, North b!ult,e,Idn bvviph 5 sheplu id, liiistol, t ol-l n , S disburx, iiUiichard, \ ork., Wooliner, Lxeti 1 ; MilU r ^^'dCrutwcii, Bath;Lciv Lewes; liilliugs, Liverpool; Lynch i'jaiiclwfhtei} Ihompson,' NowC(istl� ; Swinten, Leicester 5 �.ilaiii,Eoilsmouth; Slatchett, Norwich 5 Mrs Jone=,Ov-Wr,i ambrid^a-; Warien, Maigate ; Gregory, ?/5     ' '^^""^y' Sjomhaniptoii; Burgess, RiiniSfirale ; Se)-f,^' ^ "��"'-'"h.'un ; and of iiioiit IMediciuc V t  ;a" i^ontains tiie l\)llowing Prizes, vi7, 'J    of L.'i'J,OU0   . i! i..,^'.iJ a ....  Jt),ad.) . t-'o ..... ivo 3   .... I        'id 5J ,J,'lldJ -i.u;,.! Jl�J S TAT Thf rir*t -dM'ii'ii'l'w^ki't will tflcelve,jiynKU^,-^chfiittf jU$Rjii.,.. T.^N ThoIIsa.'^ i>' EuU;-* O.-s ioriiie EEivSx i^iiA W;si tm.chards!>y, v-IW*'dei/ck, acid Eo. KSPlCCTFULLf iiriinaiiii; the I'liiilic,   tlie ATE LOTTERY eonimcnces i.)r.:�i-i^- im ih." i' tn of ne.viMofltn, (u'ctob.T.., Iieing tae o:il      b'^ rawti this year, and invot.ier will    d.-cided b_y t:ie sa.ae. Tlie Sc.'ieuio coiitai..s, a Priii'sof ' L.'20,0)0. .......................-----iU,JjJ a.......0,dJJ tir.    &� '^C. Thelowcst I'riZ'-s pilal, eseept the iilOOSAxXt) EOtJi\L.S.-.-XicJcets and !>t:ar:"s are on Sscle l>y the, Votes ui'the bhi>yl-ii;iii't '>\ r i-r. �"'.     .vi,>iv�A > .Vi's i Atii-.rt.      / ,    � ^FIHRonly oiiportti'iiry of gaitiiiig a CAPITAL -M.   PHi/i'; Uii.-'vi-ar i.o'.v oilers, l>y the pnrchuse of TICKi:rS or ^ij AllEt-i in i ie-iyre�eul S r'ATE i.Oi't'�'.iiY wliic/i hegiiiB draciiig the J...td of ncAt Aloatli. Pt^PL-.i loi'iuiate Dlice, opposite the >ianii. of England, isnowslured w itn tii> c.ioicest V'.netv' of fiekeisand Snares. The- rich Sch'jme roiuai.is.three 2t),0dd^; th'rei- IO,Odd/. 5 tiiree d,{)MI, aiid only -jO.jd'J Tickets, the snurilcat quantity �vpr known. ; These combined cireu;aE*aiiceS make it doubtful if tliis quantity of I'ickets will be sudicicnt for the public dcniani, ttiero being near 'Jl,Oi)i) 'riek"ts sold prcviouily to the draw-ingof the Lotts-ry before l,i.-t. I'o lie_ b i:i of -iwr. i.e^iVrv^,- I\o. 4'', Pall Mall; and of Mr. iJliii-'klock^V lloytil i,.u''ii.iii.t;e.   \\ .ie.i-i' loay be h.iu, a ivev'l.v'iv uf t'l'" Eon ti'njt of the {�'rJnce of'Viil-'s, pneo     .d. Aiid a'...etter to .'\lrs,.l-'ii7dierherV, priee*ic'. !L in eiiKl-queitcvof'tiie 1 U'luiour; iipplicatioiiis inade for the K :;i o(.'-Tio.N, now in thi' I'l'ets, u.r. denerys will feel ol)lij;ed to t'le 'i'lad'.' Fi.id'blhers -^i.^hiiig. to iie supplied i>n Ihedisi on'''l''"i'io:'i fi>r ilii'ir �u �:erans (VriSi r.;. d jvr i ,t I, >^Vi^ ii. A''i.e;^TU) .\itiii)hicl:dcfF"r>'*: E"A Viii'lication of .ilis Kojui Highne.'s the Prince of A'\ iilos.   And 0. .Sirictiir.'S 0:1 (he Condiirt of .^!I^. .\;it'i;in'(d .Irif.'ry;. Viitd Db-erv.iii.ii,- Oil ...II ;i"ie i-.,;e;i e:)iit.ifM'd in then', aiid !"ri!iciiiii3 0,1 f'j-ir r.'tpe: tive ie'.?f;t.-.   Coii-pr:sin;r ,.'i eorn-uU'te iicr.ui .t 01 t!)!. siraii^e tiiid U;.i)i't'C?d�''.it .d 'tiniroyei-fv. v.-iiiou ar; iii.' :\Liii.        the-.v .% Aiil As.- i (lou ar; iil.' i.tie WKidi udieh j-ro- eecd iVo 11 li>/nniu;..il'v tl>.-.j ,'i'e jnil^'ed. Pr.i.ud f r;i'oy. " four be.uiiiful.,v;iole-ie(i';;;t:i Eiguci's ofd'asiiion for October, at nifc-ii e.teli'.siv;'l;, for tnis �\orii,viz. The Uuejioss of ivO.iooroughs tuli Eressand Half Dress, .-j- worui>_r-''.er.(;r,iCi'on lici'late nuptials. Ai.so a full i'.irisi'iii Court Drer.SOi>(i '^nlkiig;;f)rrw. An Original Sdii;;,set to .Music, e^presiAy fur tiriV >\ork, bv Mr. iJ.'ivy. And t�vo iiewaiid f isiiionnble Patteriisfi>r .Vccdle Work. Such ar.' the ric.i iind fasciiuting Lirdjellistiinems wiiieii will begiven with the 1 i;:ut;i iVuinber,to be imbii.s led oii Wed-�   iie.sday iii'xt, til-; FirU of October ; I'riei-iid. Vi ith t!ie I'rintsof Eashion.'iplniiii or is. liiicly coljured, of " A IJELLil ASSKAIlil/KM: crBELL's J CdUllT and EA.SlilON ABLE MACA/INE. Each WO llUXUilED and TilliirEilN t;API. ' TAL r'Rl/,i",S, from -.iCi-WM. to add/, liave li.ou shared, sold, and registered, at tiieoid e.^iablisaed St.ife Lottery OlliCes of HOR-NSiiY ai:d Co. No. '2., C'oiTdiil!, .5^, (.>narinK-cro3�, and St. Margiirel s hill, Eoi'i>ui;i!.- riGKEES and SiL-VRES lor the present State. Lottery, �n-hirii begins Onwiiig the ii^th October, (and is tne only' Lottery to bo. Drawn-this \ear,) are now selling at HOl{>iSBY aim and (o.s, in jrre-at variety, and on tti,-lowest i ennSi 1 hcvbi'st-urawn 1 ickct is cnntled to lO.'.W'JiT. and all the otuer CopitiU Prizes are afioiit, so tli.it tliecha.ice ol. obtaiiMiigtbem is aslik'.dv to happen i'>!i the hrst Oay of Draw insr as on ,7!iy other; as such, 11 is {iireatlv in tavoiir of those who purchitse IicKets ana Snares, before the Orawin^,-. coniniencf's. Ordeisbv Post or Carrier eveeuted precisely ou the same terms as it pn-seot. ~   ' A.Oi^E tA I'l lAL PRl/^rtiS, And I'tveThoinand lets Tii'kels thaii last State Lottery, i lie ! list lirawn I icket entitled to TEN THOUS'li.XD POU.NOS; All other Ciipital Prizes .ircailoat. PUllCIiAy.vRS Of Tickets and Shares M'tll havo ttie .Opjjoitiiiiity or ob1:umng all the Oapitiil Pri'/.es, provide;n .'djiiuimg. .year, v (.HI' .It di, c.He/j.-;ao liii.'s/ ocpaidcn tfeir/vie tiie iU/i uiij of d.iuoir.r ny i/. I'lOuomiUmui liiit�oj hmtrume delivered Onitis. '        " ' 'M\l:.i.,U;>, ccc. \v k,^     1 > sTl-:if i.i'i- L. IS ^ Lit-A:-!1. and ..Vj> N L'lT^i'.' (/El-K.l.vSl"l dciroU^ rj'pij.uj.^- for their Farri- Uta or ptpt iiiiuii's (iiuij, >j c.;f . ..il jt'jj/.-.i.n;, .v�� Lj ihtii- .h''tuiiiAi.,^ Cuiiiiclii  i uJi eases; to siiciire "Su;i.3 p'aid fur JK.resor i',ini)li�_..i!;?nr.-, iHr lor in- rurcnareuf ,dfe ..^l,lte5; or ill A id of Afr.iii^e.ii-'i.ti bet�i\;en Oi-dior ai;d trediccr. oiv. V'^c; aad * oiaaiJifi-s niiiv, for ii,SjUJ.ll t'romluiii, i..sv.-� ' ag;iii-.5t E'catli from lUilitar^, .^ccioi'iiu. Aniiuit;eh iire grasiitd lu  , O i w\ 5 S U R AN C � O E 1C V. i F" oni'ii.        /n';-J'.', it' ... i iiuu rcM'.j to b.:/.L''.'v<::\-d : J.:.-/,(!� E  e.'ui.'i^'''^ tiv: in i.it; s.u' 1 a.i (I.-e .icwc.ji'ti/ to t'l'liljfi' Sept. I .LK). Preiniunn juU u'; �tf'i  .11 a f^C.i '.*. !j;ji-'fr. ew Patt'Tiis lor Neeole Uoik. , ^o. IE Mie Portrait 01 the t'rincess of M iilL'f, with snori-gin.l aiij mueli adnitred :ioii^ bv jiraliam, Ihi-je t'..smoiuiole 11,'Vures and tour Caps, aim two New Eaiterns for :,ecttlb' ��* ork. No. [U. The Portrait of the Princess Sophia of (il.)uce>-tcr, wit.i an original ;�n.'! au;n;red Miii,>; ov j took, four la-s/nonable !� igures and tour C ;:p.-, a;id tour New i iitteriis for Needle Work. : No. iV. The Porlr.iil of the Oueen of Vi'urtenibei^g, Mttn an original niid adtnirid aon^ hv IlcII ., lour I'asiii.inaoie 1-1-gures, and two New I'atterns tor .Needle V. ork. No. V. Inel'orliMitoftiie Prinetss .\u:;ust.invitii anon- final and admired Song by J\lr. Al. H. King, tour tasn ion.i tile Igures, and three Patterns lor ^ecdleA^ orit.> No. Vi. i he Portrait of the Pniicess J'.lcnabeth, witii an orlo'inal aud admired .^loiu;- bv Reeves, iour tashionable 11-giiri's, and lour New Patteriis for Nccdle-work, t� o tor Lames t^hirts. . .   �. No.'VdJ. The Portrait of the Priiires iMary, with an ori-(Kinaliuid admired Song by Dr. liusby, two lasliioiiacdo i' rench ! mures o^id two English, and a new varied Pattern for Needle-work. No. VIIJ. The Portrait of the l)ueh!'.ss of York, with an ori^iiial and adinircd Sons: by ivjr. Oavy, two l e Assurance of i,uildiof^-, ^iuo.u," ticrchajidize, and Siiipr, in :>odi-,'*io Oock. or while Eu'liling, from Loss or''0.3!u..ge bv Ein;; piisl auo for the A^^�ural.ce o.I, aud granting .Au.iui-tii^ on Lives. iV. li. rn-e J'o'iriis uil> bi rsxifd free of ejpcnce to the .�/ Qi,antit>- of rcry fine KUI TLMBi-^R Xsk. TllEES, wiih llieiT i,t>p.; und'i'opf, as th?_\ now stand on tne :^-vei-.i! .Mimjrs of ilcw 00.!, Cal.u',' and Crll-toiie,' and Ereinliil!,n..Mr (:":it;ie, in t!i" raed Cimnty, in number 2S4!-, and dividi d into aisiiiat and en .venient Allotments, for the .".econinioiKition of pui'eli.i^.i's of every de^.riptiOli. �Particulars, witiijiri.Ued i;o.iilition5 of Sale," inay be had at thi; V. hi^el Jiin, and tit .\lr. Bayl.ys, Prhitcr, C.-ilne ; Bear lini. Devizes; \\hiIeHavt, Chippenham ; A\ hite Bear, Bath; Cniss he_\s, Salisbury ; Imii.i .-Xmis, Gosport; l-ouiitaiu, . Puitsinouth ; Loudoa'CoiVee-house,. Luds�tc-hill, Londpu ; and of .Vir. Nortii, Soiithanipio!:. _' ' _"� Eor BILIOUS i;nd othiU" (-OMl'LAENTS of the SXO-MACll, &c. ORIENTAL A EiiElABLE CORDIAL, liv ihs Mi-iestv s Kowil Lettei-s I'atent. r|n{f ESahibrioiii l^iwofs of this COll DIAL have ' _hL been 1oii~ and Uiiivefiallv acknowledged by the testimony of tnoo�,Tids.   It IS a pleabaiit, sate, and eltectual le-niedv lit Lilioiis diaord-.-is, e.\erneiHtii^g pain or spasm or do* stonKicliiind boiieli, sickness, voiaitiiig, tiatuience,cradities, iiiid acidity.   It :;i'e.irtv inereusesthe appetite, proii-.otos di-1^'stion, and foruties to.'-lorn icn :ind b-oweE.   In t;C!itii:ic, lowne-oi spirits, nervtjyiis and h_,sicric.-il atrophy, it is hi!;hl v bejietici?n. uy braonn; th* nerves, cherishing me aniinai spirits, aiiiifefviiw; viijoiir to the bvntom.   To tliese quutitie.^ must bo aitnbaiod its bavitijrii'.-oved serviceable lii rheunut c Ciises; iiiiit i)i.aitacks of tne \iout it h.is treed the p-ititfiit, whi-ii every eliorl 01 the !� aeuitv nad been tnevl in vain,   it liu.'^ also i-eee:.�iv be.-n tooaa to possess tae ctctUcat virtue ot pievenlmg seii-i''.c*iess.  . Ine I ovdial IS sold in its greatest purity br the Patentee s Agents, ^llaw niid Edwards, (jo, S;nnt. Paul's Chure.'i-varu, l;Oi!(;ou, 111 bottles Ol Ob. ij.l. and ss. erich ; and one ri--put.'ble shi�p-kceper in uliiiosl every tuwa i;i vneat llril.m aud Iivl.ind. ._     �___� I'Vdiu tiieRight iioii.  tne t.arl of;EA.e. i To .Mr. CHISiO, Apothecar,, No. 1, Cheap>ide. .....   Sin,-\     UtMlerstand fro-.;iwv A^)othf5cary, th.at the. VdVcet: of v"br ClUNtii P.^TLNrAVOa'il Lt> ';i:NGt'S,�vij iwy servant, w m eompl'tu. in reraovnigan ubstrticti.xi t;ij iTi'sf p:iis:i!in*s and bowels, l)ut ttwre wa� no :ai)pi>.ii'auce tif \\ ornis; she naJ been unable to get up troin herlK'd torubovo iiiiKi weeks ; if sheLu down orsiOrf,mp, the pwn abuuf ;ric ri-gion ot the siom.ach ,wns increased ; sue bail not eat soLU r.u'at for many weeks, e.verv nie^ienie that two PhystciMn* aiid au able Apothecary could veedifo to prJicrihe, \,sks given to her, but without jiroper edtv-r. 1 he w.'tnii b.iili alleviated the ^1111, biit tfiai wa iviciiie two days ui succession, sue ^ot up aiui bc^an to eiit her iue.it. and tiotn tlutt tiiue she mended :ipacc-Wlienever the bowriM are obstructed, your .Viedicine alone relieves lier. iJwleigh, October'31. fcj" As Opening Physic on all occasions, QHING's l.Q-7,EN>GES are superior to every otlier Medicine. Soil la Boxes at '2s, V'd. and lid. t>n . 4,. cUeayside, Goruer of Pateru4st�^.raw.   

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