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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 27, 1806, London, Middlesex                                N^v .4,405. SJTURDJY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1806. TiIF,ATR.E ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. minS Fresent EVENING will be acted the X  C'omed.v of THE SCHOQP FOR SCANDAL. BaiTvni.tr..-; Cliarits Surface, Air. JLtliston j La^y 'taazle, \ nith MISS rx HER TEENS. Mi-s T?ii!ily, by a Young Lady (her first apppar.ince.) TueKi-tv, iH-xt, ]*izarro, with Tlie VVcddi'iis Day. I'lICATKli; ROYAL, GOV Kf^l-GARiilMN. Cv-i. 'i'ragcdv of        .   ' ,    KliVG RICHARD TTH TiriRn. Kins '^^r, Cooke ; QiK-en, Mrs. Makin (being her J;rit'"P?^'*^'*ce bnthis.Sfiiffe;. ' UitH THliHICTiiLAND REEL. On W�1nps(fciy, King Jlcr.ry the Ftiurih, Part the First ; "ST^OREIGNKHS dwirar.:; of.lustrnction m the JS^ Idicmanrt Ff ';/^rt!ic I'nglish LangHagc,aiid parsbnSailiictviiATiithlT^iprrtimcnts of Speech, or desirous-of OMtoiit'il itccoinpli3'.niieuis,riiBy be accommodated asllousa Pupif*, ''j the year, the ^juarter, or tlie month, liy Mr. 'i'Hi.i.WAl-Li )>n3tfE3dr of tTie Scichre and I'raclice of riocutioo, ^o. 40, Uedfuri-p!ace, Ru�el-square j wb(!re, besides rcqaigite Courses of Instruction, every alv;intri!>e may be enjoyed of Literary Cimverjatioii, and a select Ll-btarv, ill th6v.irious departments of Ilistorv, Poetry, and l'oli{e Uterafure. "  ?(.I5. PrintcdTnstrurti'ons in Elocution anil English Composition^ cither at the house of the Hnifessor, crthu rc.-i ieiicir ofiiw i'uiiils, l'u!9li9 Lectured on Oratory and Critictsin r.vry Aloiiiiay, Vvedncsday, and Friday, at ci.-rht in th� �K'i;ing, outlines of which", ar^S Terius of'i'uitinn maybe bail tit .�ilewrs. Arch, Cornliill; Phillips, iii-idi^i'-sti-cet ; RiiIS,''�va;v, Piccadilly; C;:i'i)eiitt'r, Uonil-str-'et; Lloyd, Hmloy-gtrfct; and Mi-s. Lyr.ott, Creiiville-irtivet. RMV-t-A    LlEUTE.V.VNCY  of    Lu.ut   DrA- _1. (;ooNS, statiohed in I'liifjhini), to bo Sold, and the' j'Brdia5(t ei";ured out of Ih d RAiy-t-A LiEUTKNA\'T of Light DiiACiOONS, jfiL -whose Rogiment is a::dcr orders for Englainl, n ill accept the rcsuUiteddilVev.fiice to Infantry, in any Ucfjiment, an i i.i anv :^.:tio;!.-Apply by lettrr, po.st prJd, to 0.0. Ko. J^ts ..'.frmyii-sircet.: ^I'li ;i: n,!oiit t-,L.l:,tJiOlv.Hof \\ E.S J'.>ilj.'t^ i.\f:.K. TSllIE sUNDA? REVILOW, Weekly Ncwspa- JL per. Trill, brsid?s its usual comprehensive'detail, oi" li'cllijceiitriind'Remarks,, conlain a soiritert licttrr tVom th r Correspondent, SO.HUl'ATOR, to tiie Ri^ht Hop. IJ. Jl. 8iiE(ii�>AN, on hislute e.\traordi::ary conduct Htspect-ks'fhcensuingEW'clioii, V ^ i'rii:ted and published at Nff^ 2v2, .Strand, �wbercCrframu-akatitja'i and Adycrtise^pnts art; received. Orders frotn the Coj)|i|cy (ifpost paid) aftcndcd to ; and tlif PajHT forwarded isy'the dilfennt Ncwsmea to all parts cf t^p Kingd�m.,i>n KPN'>i> v, free �tf Po�t;'i:.-. MOi^l'lV.-Messrs. LUUAb aiid L-o. bl'i; lbav� (o inform tho.^* that may be imvant^.-incl desiroiis of bprtivuirs temportjry or ptrmansiit Sit!ns;oCM !i; and numerous AJcetiiig which was liDideii (his tl;;y at Willis's IfoiSm?, tiiat 1 pres'jut myself to jou iifiain iyith auriitiona! ronfidenee of suceesa. ..The kind declaraiiotis which liavc been made in my favour, I consider as Haltering tvstimonicj that the (>>iistitu1ioiial Priiiriplra n.i which I hiiv.e ctnimrd your i-upport ar^; ap--proved by you : upon those I rest all niy pr.ner.sioui t(> your cutintenuuce; and, as ypu have so far done rue justice, by the credit you have given to my profession.-, 1 "mojt ennithtly entreat you to do justice to yours'.'lves, by maintaining your genei'ous declarations with every e.\crtioa"tlicii can give tbem cil'ect.  I have the honour to.be, Crenllcmen, Your obliged and faithful servant, Korthumberiand ^ouse, S?pt. iiS, 1,80;).   '       PERCY. IMELilCAL THEATRE. ST; BARTOLOMEW'S HOS-�    � PlTAL.-- THE following COURSES of LECTURES wiilr be faolivcred at the Theatre during the cnsuinz Winter..'       .... >, ^ � On the THEORY and PUACTICE of MEOICINE, by Dr. ROBERTS and Or. in>Wj:i,L. "On A NATO MY and Pll VSIOLOO Y, by Mr. ABER-TvKTHY.'     � �       �    . On the THEORY and PRACTICE of SURGERY, by Mr. AH!vIi!,NI:;THY, Oil CDMPAitATIYE ANATOMY and the laws of Organic e.xi.-teiice.l!v Mr.. iViACAUT.NEY. On CllEM:sr!lY',n)-; portiqn fori'^very other Prize".  Tickets and Hlians are on rial e utal! the Liceiwed Lottery Oifires, and by tni-ir Agents. ' ,'\    VNCOiillaON ADVANTA.(iEy..  '      ,, rjniIE,.6iiIy opportunKyor gaining a CAPiTAfj J8.   PRl/B this yenr no\y otJ'crs. by the ivirchiise. of TICK.ET.S or SHARi;S in tliepresent SVATE uOTrERY which begins dnwing the lyta of i.e.tt Month. the -KTT!r i.'i r.ir i\y.\v. Co A c ? ' Pop.' ini;:!-Piuv on'; l)v ih 7airtr(Rher.iccompiodat'M)n5re({uirt.'d by the Laws, iiinv '-�.0 in lr;.l:iHd, resp.-etiiig GoVih, with suthcicnt Yar-is, �, Cu.ird-honsrs, S:c. and to be so arranged as that said VICTORY OFF COPENHAGEN. Lloyd's Co!l'ec-htjii?p, Aug. 7th, IfiO^, T a MEKTLNG of the COMMITTEE ap- . pointed to Manag6the SL'BSCRIPTIO?'i raised for Benefit of the V, OUN l>ED. and the Families or lUda-. i:ves(tf iriosL* who were KlLLi.U in the gallant Action ot-the'Jd April, 1801, oirCopHihffjren.' .U.),HN .II.'LIUS AN(.i;USrl*.IN', Esq. in; the Chair, The Committee being des-irous of alliirdiiig llelief to every Person emilled to partn.kc of the Subscription, Pesolved-'I'iiat tlie period for receiving cLi ims be extended to the'iith of l)ec^�nll,erllext,aud that afier timt time n ^3k?nttra^-ftleetifl)^tf^'he-Stfb^e^i^^�era-s!Mt^l^^e-efrtlei ,Th'!v uri, .Th'.p, Jaiirt'S K ii'.jri'on, lu ;r; i; nnder Lttmr.deii, ;ihlc, Tuini.is Lee,:.i'.'-, I,. .Mi,. V.   -.rV., able, sincederid, i'iit .Slurphv, m.irine, .fo'in Sor^on. i;.' -   � , Barliiolomevv > i'rien,'.:! hi) ('�.jterrori, abi  t r �  ' ParkiilsoH, mfiriii:*, .Jnmi'i, :eing th� Lite.st'I'ravcls t'.irough those Cou'itries: witli ewp'cus >' t.aiid be^st Authorities. By AN'J'HONY /.ACHARfUS HEL.MS, Formerly Director of the Mines neliv vtacow,in Poland, .nnd late />irertor of the ..\iiiV.s and cf the j'rot-'ss of Anikigu-matiim in Peru. " i        . Priiited for itichard PhilHns, No. r, V,r':'.i?e-=1rert, TArick-friars, aiid to be liiiil "f ;!lVBin>ivVM'"r�. Of whom niay abo be h.id, tiic i'iir r S--,'.tt: o' PiiKf, in f;nc clegaot vol.* quaint, rnilti-lliihed v. icii iweniy'. coloured i-.j.'giVivings, price-^'-'^�1" b()^!r.l.'. POP'ii'i FoVliinat^'Office, iippif'site tite iimik of E'iirl.-:i.;l, ft v.'iTiety oi'VickeiHiiml ;^n'.r'S. three J�,n^Ja!;"t S!iiaIL'vt ODl7W?KTTniTlren:-- ESPl'iCTFULLY acquuiiit rhtr Hiililic,   the STATE toTTEll Y co!ii,->.i;-;irrs Ur-iwingon the l;jth of next Months (Octo'.H'r^, being the oi.ly Lotti ry to be drawn this yeai, and iio ot.'ier will be decided by the same. The Scheme contains, . .      3 � Prixts.of L. 20,0:)0 3.........______.....10,000 3..................____....5,000 &c.   &c.   iS;c. ^ Thclnweft T'rizes are Tirenty f I'oundS, ai;d nn fixed Capital, except the First Orawii 'llcket/, entitled to TEN THOUiiAND POU.SDg.-Tickets and Shares are on Sale by � RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK and Col Stork-Unikcrs, Cornhill, and, Giniriilg Cross. MORB CAPITAL PRI/.BS,  And Five Thousand less Tickets thnnlnst State Lottery. The First draivn'I'iclict'entitled to TEN THOUS AM) POUNDS; All oilier Cnpitr.l Prizes arc allojit. )URCTIAS!';R,^rofTiclccts;i;ul.Share's will have t'le Oppovtiinityof obtaining all the CapU.tl.Prizes, provided Uiey fiurcliase bel'ine the Drawing ciumiiences, whicfi wiir'beon the 13th of t>ctoi)er ne.vt.-The Scheme contabisequal Advantages of TW ENTY THOUSAND POUND PRIZES, TEN I'llOUSAND POUND PRIZES. FIVE THOUSAND POUND PRIZES, I've; etc. The former Lotterierof double the Number 04" Tickets � -     ;  WiOJTictcets only, and    . No other State Lottery to lie Drawn this Y'ear. , .      SCHEME. . No. of Prizc.1.            Value of each,           . Total A^ilnc, 3..............,.L.'ii1,0()0............ L.!ii:),gO,1 L-.-ipenters crew, Aug. Vnac .'ill.sier, aiile, ;v;an. iVlanuai, l.-uitisman, ,"\il n'!, oriiiniry, j homu.i Si.iip.^oii, IJ.dsmnn, Willi.un Tayinr, ..ble, Jere. VuJti!.;y, landiiiian, and !{eh;;rt V, illiams,Oi'aiii.rry.  ELEPU.'VN L;.v, deiij captain of Ri'le corps, Henry K.i7,ey,quarl.''r ^:unncr,'1 !hiin;iS (.uJper, marine,,!oud i.kins, nuifine, G,;orgi,- !,.;'wis, able, and 'Itioui.is Murpli>, marine, CLA-T i'0;<(-^r,iii.5 Atkies, -atile, VV iliiau) vouiily, ordi-, ntiry, Roti^t Daib'^-T m-,rnit', WiUiTini Urspni',!, liiiidsman, bor/i ~iu liilia, I'hOnias t'oivler, ordinary, James iJayes, I, l.i^^sin.in, Charles .inek.i^ii,: ofJinury,' 'i'hfjmas ;\iorri'son, lirin. m,rte, (I'eonjr H:)d: rum, Jable, Ale.vander Workman, 'inarfer,i:uii'.iev,ii'nJ SVilliam i'oung, priv.'4''- i Si.--J Jerry l.ong, Lieiiienaiit of mariiiGS, J. Carter, m'l-ritie, *^Jt!i coiujianv, .lojiii d'jitdt, riflr enr;)s, Hugh :Vit;rris, ubl, l, .Jcs, i'lummer, laiulsmjiir, bonl in ?,(;)r-y.ich, John Smith, ordinary^ born at Osteud, and W . \', il- icie, marmf, .>-'d company. ; ~ MON,'vilCJir-VVil!iam Bra;".lcy, quarter-master, Davia Huglies, quarter-master, .'Vrthur Patersim, quurtcr-niaster, .lolin Walker, boats' mate, ticoi-ge Baxtc-r^ uutrine, VS illiam Craig, marine, 'J homas Cox, marine, iiicliard Day, marine, Jaini-s Drummond, ali'le, j'rancis Durham, ordinary.-(i'eorgc (jaylcr, able, Francis Haig, quarter-gu.iner, Mark Hill, landciuan. James Murray, able, .\rc!iibaidiM'Camion, able, John ."klorgiin,-ordinarv, .lolin Aianey, os'.iinary, Joim A'c. Oonild, able, Feli.'i t>">ieil, lan.lsmaii, Henry Palmer, able, iviariner Punoy, ordinary, James Phelps, landsman, .laiijes i'er.-.iveJle, i;uidsma 11, Charles Kichar.ls, ordinary, Thomas !loynolds, landsman, iienry Steiv-art, IStli regiment, �S.lmuel Tanswell, able, ' Johans 'I'Vscher,' marine, W illiara T.omline, marine, Christeiu V(.-iieteeii, able, .(o!ephA\ ise, landsman, i'raiicii Willi'inis, marine, James Weil marine, Geo. Wi;ite, marine, and James Heniielt, (luarter-gunher. Pt)LYPiLE.UUS-James Bell, niiiUliipmim, Thomas Pellew, able, John Purple, able, born,in Norfolk, andTlio-riius Thornburn, able. WOUNDED. Belonging to tap ALCiVtEN E-David Dobie, able. A.MA/OIN-Daniel Donovan, abl:-.  AitDEN'i'-Arehilnild iVlac DonaLl, midshipman, .Tohn Andenbn, able, James Atkinson, able, '.'enianiiu Calion, aide, \\ illiam Cr(;ek,able,,.)olMi Ca wcr,landsman, Anthouv l,>anilon,able, Samuel Cower, ordinary, William G.ile, ordinary, John il'iggins, ordinary, Francis Jolinson, qu.irter gunner, WilHaiu" ivery, able," T. Jiirvis, carpenter in the crew, John May,' William t'rior,(,sdinarv, i:,dward Sullivan, landsmtin, William SiUis, able, Jo';n Scatcheit, mariiie, Robert Wcssely, ordinary, Jol.ii Willian;s, S able, and AVm. Wheeler, marine. BELLON A-Wm. Brown, able, Joseph Burke, marlnf^, .Tames Browne, riiarine, -r- Croakham, marine, John professiiig to b'r writtJi n I'.iplv FERYS's Pamphlet, em;i]ed" A i;-n "(.f'th'j Con;lurt of the Prince of W alo�." ite. witii  bs-rvti:!;-r?, nv >A.-THANi!;ii JEFFLRYS. To waichuil! hi; adde.l a i^c-port ot the Proceedings upouthe Tri-.l before LOrJ Keiiy.in, for thB HeeOvcry of v.'iij Sums due to Mr. .iiifer.s, t'^r Jewels ur.il i-lafe sold to his lloyal Highncis; Ukon fr-;ni ll:e Notts of tlieSliort-liau-i Wriier. To be had of AJr. Jelferys, No. 41, Pall Mall; and of Mr. BlackliJcke, Rovnl l',x'c'hrin;;e. AVher:* m.iy he hail,;!. Review of the Coii'luet of the Pra.ce of aUi, pr'icc .iS. cd. And a Leilerto Mr.-i; l-itzherbcrt, pflce.ls.. N. 13. In comtqueiic � of the rUm-T'ius apolicat'/j^s ma-K; fcirthe RErt,'r,\ri(i?,', I'.ew in lis- Pre", ..'u. .l-iri'-ry.' v.ill feci,obliged to tiie Trii'le rf-vi otiii'!-=-v t-hing 10 be Supplied oiitiie.Sirst.publication, fo.r i,h-rir'ra'fv'riie.",.'/r(;:-r.-. f'WmZ Pi^indpcil ()Jjlccrs a:}d Ounmi^fioncrx of diiy, l/tc 'id,)!f nt.v/ ^Ul\�.t)t, (It' 'Jxn h'CI-h:: 1:1 f-i / .i/r.-iij'iiii, ii'ir lion'.,Co;mnii�ior,erGr.KY        put up .'.'.�:�.'.>:, Ih:- i'ay-.>\i!icc Jii /ds il.v';f ���Vy,,- Fff.-.f;, >i?(^,'PyrtS'.-n juih,' iC'� L"/.s'')/'()ljf)   rOlt !-,.S, cuf'V'snvrf-(i/ '� Old Cnnva-s, Jnnk aiid liope in Paper'StulT. .   Sluikinj;!;, Ui'lt Hope, Po.'uis, &c,: Lasiiiiig,. "o.u.idiiicv !"pn.iy;.r;� V . S'V hite Uukuai, -ic. (ie.      .'    '�. '.   AlUuin^ in (/if; .that yan!, Kiierccnv Pcimbv! K^^:-i:ti; , t>;".:ume' jii' � c/iwer.s' mcvj lidvc t' e Ui-jrtj cf i.J,.'it/i:�r '-.' .vK./f-s during'ihe coiuinoti la'/Ai/i.'/ /(O!('.'. c::ti)iisi aiiil C-a'^idiUDiis (if Sfl.k. iiicj' i.'C had ',ere niul the ruKti.     � .   . � �  'v �; � . . �"T" ^A^iT'T^rilTXcTr"  ^"""i  ' ^ Comnisii.ry G-n:'ril s Oilice, Great Geor^-c-� : , '    �' 'Uvot, .Srik.I'cOS. ' "%} .QTICR is hcrcbij schch 'io all i'ersart- d'i^i. . .�1.^   rou:; of CL}\i,-n'-!'fii,     .,�;>).-',; >iR LAD to His �Majee-ly'^' L.AND t-'Ol:(J.L^; Ui the l^oiiiity of MID DLt jKX. _ Titat- tiic iiei'vfrit^ fi.c tu Cjn-.hiriicc c' ".'iii j'-'r ('.''�' '2ji?t din/-11/ Oclo'ii'r i.f.il-, Hull I'lopi'iiils in u'.i^'Hg i ur> ) nn'rf'��a.'^>�^;i.'     .T�: ider itr Bread," >fi:'t;ic.;;.'     !fii-i,^ ()//i'cf, vk or Lh'>3k^j/j�^i'!:. cinj cf � :: i:;ar':!.y, lint! if ncnt. bii pDil, It'ie pi/ai'ige iriii't ue ijuiii. Xiie P.-t^jj.s'iJ,- luiiinui tiic nuni.ji of thrre 5v_ViVi;n.f Siirrhcf, Kill! t;..i'ii'i>l.ire: e pixsstd in iivriis i:t Lii^iii.    ,      ' ,     :   �     \ ^   � Parliculars of the Contrntl waj bad on appUcriiipn at, iHs Ol)i''i: titticcvnti.e liinirx uf Thiiiiid i'our. .-VL'bIoN FlRi:- auJ i.ti-i, Ui�l�lOi�.,�^^r.^<^^!-maiifi; I hat a larf^i and'hbiprcccdcniiil Cjr.uhiniou    tr.'/..'!i-,7, oiiljfc Jii'ihuiicc:: t.'iiit Life /;;..�^�;Y^"^^:^ I'.rc r:i' o'a irj(/; yidmisui}!: J'ee'i, � /;.^;, . .1 ;.'..;.;,\/;-r of the jivriidn in,\iiriiii\, iu 7>:ak'' i:ci>d f/t5,/js-^t-� of oil:i-rsi tiiid rliat coiiiidcra^li; ^UdiU'lUii.Js mnde on the Prt:ini;!:rs- oj' I'iic In-itranie-i C!Uof.Li>\:i!i)ii^ uhith-T i-Ji' s, .-itar tue .A.lniimit,. i.'..>i.>i.> . ARHETOUSR for the FQWDKRS,,       to LOW FE^ EU, and ihiineas for the best pl^o ; thirty gtiincas for the se-- �.-t,:i 'rfectloii,and far sujieriorto any artlvle of the kind ever made in this Country, may be had It L0\yTHORP :jn 1 Cr.'s. Spr.iee Beer Brewery, Lambeth Ko.;.^, Surry, and se^nt to any part of thc; Town or Country, Tli^y iji-g I'ejkve p.artirularly to recommc-nd their-White Spric;-for Wintcru.-e, us it will be foimd cqu.illy beneficial to the C.!>.istitulioii at that time as in the Summer Season.- Tha Whit?. Spnic.us.i>fa'nu>,st beautiful colour and tlayour, aliujft equal to Ch.impagne, is sold at I'is. per dozen, and Gii;?: Brov.'n at t:'s. per dozen, for r;>ady money only. Bottles fi?h-,' p.-iid MI-, and the money returned when d.'livered h.nek. .R is requested that when orders are sout from the cKuntry, dircctious may be given fbottks, price l,g. (id. each. " FOR TlDi TliliiTH. � �  � ' '�|>aO'FTER's ;P0 VVDER, patroiiised by their A -jfcn'i^S Higlinfisses the Dukes of Clarence and Kent Gehlleitfen in theNavy'initArmy, who hav,e found the goodiilfec&inlaiig Voyages, t)RlENTAL DENTIFRIC1', ur ASIATiC TOOTH POWDER, hns been for twenty years reciJmrriendcd. TKose who have not tried the e.lect of thw excellent Dentifrice; will .find .-i single box a sufficient quantity to ascertain tts virlues, being acknoviledgcd by the Hii>3t vesp(;ctaWe'Sledical nuthorities,,uscd by many, and re-c�inn)caded. This Powder cleanses and bcnutilics the teeth, sweetens the -^riyatli, possesses no aci4 that can cdrrodc the enamel,- hnd,pu,ts a beautiful pplisli on the teeth. From its astringencv -�        - - '"S.tliciv Jjeiog drawn. But. those who have been, in the ?iat)it of xnmk it;,kn6w,4hat it prevents the' relurii of the w�th-acli (with wliich,.before'that pcl-riod, they hadliften ywipiitly aftiicted;).-:^Llkewi9e a Tincture wljich. pof^essrs cne power W easing the most violent toolh-achc Powder.       �� � -A Cautiiai, wasliATith Tr~,.'"',;'""*"'^Aiiy Asiatic Tooth Powder, ,�itljQti-" ftL ^W^r  onthe Btartip,is actjunterfeit. =  c. .. yno'esole and retail, by the Proprietor; No. 3, Ceaw-Tn Siraudi'by Simitions, Portsmouth; Mr, Bi e^-.^^' SI',"?�'?W,t Dy?r, Newcastle y Mf.' Swinivsy ................ ��� ,,s................... ....... ......... 10,00i1..;________... ,31;',;)'.),) .'),iK):).,........... lo,OOd 1,0'K)............    6,1X10 .WO.....:........    'l,Ol"R) ............    V.OOi) _____. 9,IUI0 20V..'........, 8'.?,lWd '20,00a L.'iOO.OOll , Tickets .ind Shares are on Sale at all the Lottery Oliiccs, Ticket..........__________.L;iyi(� 0 Half.............. 10 M 1)1 Eighth.............2 11  G Quarter............5 2 0 1 Sixteenth.......... 1  .(> 0 HEALTH AND LONCiEVITY. DR. JAMES'S.ANALEPTIC and ANTIBILI0U3 ��;PiLLs. THE eclebiity of the Analeptic Pills, as p. general Preservative of He.ilth, is .become universal, from their Ellicacy in those Complaints^ �which continually disturb the Human Frame, sneh as Colds, Rheumatisms, Headachs, IndigcstionSjarjlother DIsMsesof the Stomach and Bowels; which arise from the vicissftudes of oiyr, climate^ jrfromiiidulgcni'e in the luxuries of .life; and tlmse salutary ell'ects are produced, by g lomack, serjeaut, i0^v,iucsi, fa)ija. "^'^'^ prevent and Cure the YEL Other M:VLIGNANT IM'flJ'M/ENTlAL DlS!i/.S�;s - IiVitiiuted under theSanetioh of skilfulPhyS'ei.Tns, This Remedy has been proved tobe so'eS-ieneitni.s in sub duing and destroying liifeciions Fevers, that tiie I'nhlie oiifv-r.eed be iulormed that they may be sup'plied wito >i s:e:uii\!t� at the a bora Warehouse, .ind at the �.'rei>r:etnr'.- Waivhe..i.-.-s iii.Livernool, Bristol, and (ihis.'jow, which have beeu esJab-lished i-xdely foi: the S;.le of the YELLOW Fi.\ t;it REMEDY.       '        '      ' - The Price of faeh Bn\ is On? G'M';''-''-'' '>>''in"h eont lirs .-i sntiicient quaiitity for 1 lie use of one Person for I'.veKt; .Month;-, nn'dampje Di-eeiions fur i'ts Use and Apidie.it.on, as well .as Advice iiuv.'to injure Heal'T in the \-, c-.i iiulie�, AimM'ica, iSlX. &e. i"tc. b\-an cininent t'hysieiav. �S'. B.The most satisfactory praof may be seen at each of the Wnrch^mses tluit Uiis Remedy has's,ued the Lives,,of tho!iS;:aris, :� '' .      '      � �       .'  ' .   '       : MjilTUl'Ul I'roof* of tfie. l iagly rvcqmnjends tlie Pills as a Fmnily Medicine, he^Dg"pcrfeetJy innocent iii their composition, and plyticularl'y usefuVin removing all complaints arising from a Sedentary Itabit of Life- and dJiordered Stomach, from whence proceed those caiiliimal Uilloui, Nervous^ and Sick Hcn.l-achs, FlaluleneiiS, Indij^estlon, ttcart-'burasJ"�tidice;i'elluw and Pu'rid Fevers, &e. Sjild wholt'sale and i-cthil at' ,\ir. Ilutler s. No. I, Chenjt-sido. come/.of Paternoster-rots.; and retail by must Cpuuiiy Aledicine Veudtrs, iu Boxej^at.'is. ud. e�ch.' � Observe, noiMt can be gwimfic thiit has not the name of W. Borolay eii^vcd ou t^ BMt^ Stamp, which is aifixed piw^ |hfewt*ido WWpjpejT'f ��^^^��**   

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