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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 4, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1806. Frlcc THEATRE noVAT,, DRUllY-LANE.       , mHIS Present ftVENlNG will be acted tlie i   Comedy of > THF. JEALOUS WIFE.  -Chrirks, Mr. HarUrv ; Mrp-. Oaklv, Miss Dunran. With The FORT\'THli-VbS. ODMorid.iy/fhpiloney Mooti. -~ TIlEATItE UOYAL, GOV 1;WT-GARI>1;N. >- MONDAY EVJ'^A'lNGwill^ac performed the Ti'agcd-y of  MACBKTIU . -vTnrhcili, Mr. KcniMej Ladv RfacheUu Mrs. Siddons. .vacoi   ,        vvidi ROBIN HOOD: On V.'rdnf'Sdar.Th'^IJojtgar's Opera; I'oUy, ^y a youni? f ,1, 'v.ho lias never yet appeared on any bUigeJ; witli - "iNi;.. OLViMl'IC I'AVILLIONi NrwcASTLP-sTnrF.T, STh.irfD.   . TZyfaMiflieu Iiy Autlmrity of the Lord GhnoitirHain; THE greatest applause besto^vbd on the several P.-rfiinufrs, ffrom nox,Pit,and GaJlery) 15 Iiiour SeneroHs declarations'^yjih every exertion tlnit can give tUem .cUcct.      . ,    ." .   ,       . l.liave the honqtir tobe, rientleraen;,. . ;.     Yotfcobltgcd-.and faithfulsci'vant, N'lwrtiumbgtli^rid ,U6iise, {^j^ti-'ti^^lBet};,. ,,    j^KR.CY.., AT a very niJroeroii&^aTfti ftebectabit;^ of � The followliigTlcS'^iittioas botiog been moved by Samuel Whitbread, Jisq, and socoindeidby, John Elliott, Esq. were unaniinou.sly carried, viz. ' -   That this'Meeting isdeeplyiifipj'cssed with the ir'reparilble loss which this Countryand the Wbrtd has sustained, by the 'Death ofthcir late- beloved R,epresfiT)tatire, tliat revered P.rtriot, and Illustrious Statesman, the Right Hon. Charles James i'ox. ^1-^11!-: Creditors of MO^fOS ROGKllS, for-jL liieriyof AVallington, in tin* Pou'-tv cf Surrv, IJrewcr, (wl;f have e.vccuted ii Deed of Trust,^dated '25H November, ;SOl, whereby the said Mo'-es i?ogefs' assitnfd all his ln.!t^ and i-,tlectsto Florence Youni;-, of thr ;i?i'is'l;ill-Hlreet, London, Alcrchunl, intrust, i'lrf tlie Vv.a"-fit ottliemselvc?-. rind the'scwral C're'itor; o!" t.^cWsaid iMosps Hosiers) are desired to meet at our Office, on Aledncsday the J5tii dayof October instant, ut l'2 o'clock preriselv, wlien a Div deiklwill he made amongst the Creditors of tiie s^id l^los= i>.o;;cri-;:; nd also to assent or dissent to the-s:ivl Tru's-t'-'s ;;ivingopto tne saidxMiiStfs Rogers his Household Fur-cirure. "   .   .     , BOURDILLON'-and IIEV.lTTy ;^ -      . No. 5. Little Friday-street. "^ttrToiiTlvTRl^ I ANDOLPHNO'rT, Flannel Drapei- to her l\l.\.jns.TY, No. 101, Nrwgite-street, begs leave to acqir.Vntihe Noiiilitv a<'A Public, tliat he-h:;s now on i-als �tt U.r,^e Ass  use Of Letter-pr'.sS.irid Copper-plate Printers, i'lgri^atvaviptv-   , ;   "       /     - .       ' , 'x'JLr.v ixiOUoAi\J> i'OUiMJS,for tue JtlRsl jUKAWN TICKKT. RlCirARDRON, OOODLUCK, ami Co.  ESPf 3 ......5,000 &c:      &c. 1 Sale by ,      . . RIC,HARDSG>.V GO.ODtUCfK iuid Co..     ; Stock-Brokers, Cornhi!), and Charing Cross: THE ON LTT^LOTI^ERY THAI, WILL BE DRAWN THIS. YEAR. TEN THOUSAND PtHiNDS First drawn Ticket. . Begins Orawjng lUth THIS MONTH, Conftiining more Capitiil PriSiesj'and less Tickdis than any former Lottery. V :; .' . Only i!0,GOO Tickets,' * TftURCHASERS will have the OppoVtvinlty of #r � obtaining all tlie Capital l^rizes, jwovided they purchase .before die Uravv^^i^ig. SCHEME.      . .   , Ko. of Prizes'.           Value of enclt.            To'tnl; Value  ____.....L.20,OUO;.....'....v.L.liUsOOU ti....:.......... fl.... 8................ 20...........  � 40........ 10,000'..----...... 30,000 ;5'ooo.......;.... ii),ooi)- l,to),........,..V. i.^KHV. soo............ 4,o,x): -  100............. 'i.ood . ,"50..'2,000' 20............. 8'2,(HK�-' 20,000 1.200,000 PUESEXT P.ltrcHJ Ticket.................:.;.L.]9 17 %'�'��r............... fi '2 0 Eighth....2 Si.\tecnth........., 1 U VICTUALLING OFFICE, Sept. 29, 180fi.' ALBIO.V FIRE an;I LIFE OFFICE, LO.NDON, " -.....ir.-.>..../�.'._.- iij.   At:.      V      . September,'fl, 1W)6. rrillE Dirncfors of the Ai.Bto?f FiPiE and Life A   i^sr,n.^ jic'e Co�ii',v.NY Oet! Uaiie to ; Mr. Miller, tiicir ytgciit al Fl;/riiviilh, teili bi: TtMij tu re.-aiuc 'J'cnfl,.rs in Kiiiiuf^, (Mitien iip)J'orsitc/iquaH(iliem)f liMJLlsill Wlliv.Vr, to mcigh b%l'>s. iwi- hrnthel, (tlieuwr-trcii;/U to U jmUl.for), ami lij'CUm:. DRIED Ai'.lKER From thcRight ilon.. the harl of EXEl'iilt. To Mr. CUING, Apotliccary, No. 4,\ Ciieapside. Siu, That in the presentafflicting Vacanc'vi it i� hijflily.sifis-sctnrytothis Meeting; thi-.tR., H. Earl i'eTcy has"o;;le'red imselF a. C-indidat" to represent the City anil Liberty of We.stminster in Parliament, That the independent Principles whirb have uniformly distinguished tlte i-*er<"y Family a", e the best p'ledge of his ijord-shii)'s attachmc;;-t 'to' the .'C'^nstitational Liberties of kis' Country. Tiiat'the several Persons composing this ^^epti1?g Wiil.if necessary, associatetbem5elv:'s witkthe-ditterent Committees held in their respective i'arlihes, thr the pifrpose of taki-ig such measnres as may be found expedient to give clf.'ct |o these Resolations; . and for securing the Elecliiin of Earl Percy. Tli'at these Resolutions be signed by the Ch.iirman on behalf, ,and in the name of'this Meeting, and be published in the Daily.I'aper.'J. (Signed).. G. BY.N'G, Chairmnn; I'Urii t'le Thanks of this 7\iIoeting be given to the Chairman for iiisubleconductinthe Chair. " ^f", WKilviOUE-STREET, CAVJCN DlSUrSyi) ARE. � '     Latcth'.-re5!det:cc of Mrs. GOODENOlitiiJ. rpO bo DlSrOSi:D OF^ the romaininiT Term -B- and interest in the LE.*. SB of thisvery eligilile Situation, of which tbiry?en ami a half ypars are imexpired. Enquire on the Promises, or ()f .Messrs. Wilson aj;cl Son, Doughty-street, GuildJ'ord-strcct. ..N. B.^Thivhouseis admirably sui'.ed for a 3inj:le Gentleman or Ijady, or niigljt Kecemm'odate a small Family-  : DURHAM ANi) NORTHUMBEKLAKD'l IN the en.siiing Spring, iti.s ititcnrird to advertise for SALT,an.1 sell divers valuable FRKEliOIjD a.nd COPYHOLli KSTA ri,S, in those Countle.;; situate in t!ic Townships or llamlcts of Lanchester, i'.urncp, .!iani-�Jrel-,' N"ewbi.agin,' Grcencroff, Medonisley, Bu'.sn"ld, i'atl'-y, Coin IViwley, Cnop'.reP.,' (,'rawcrook, olsingham, Nort.i JJe-i-liurn, ill the several Parishes of LniK'iiester, Edmundjjvi?.-,, Ryton, WoHingh.im, Sr. Andrew. AHcldaiidf in theo'uVty Diirham V and ' .^hciley r^nl IVnshielisi, in thai Parisli" of Shn^'eviand  semcnt is pubiished to apprise tho^e within^ to r;'a!iv:e in tno6e Counties, that therd is a prospect of doing so. , For particniarsnpply (if by Letter, post pni'dVto Mr.Mow-brav, of l>;.irkleatiiam,'ncnr Gnlil)rongh, Yorkshire. 00KB continnc.': to hare on Sale, at, fii.s Ma-nufictorv and N'ottingbara tTarf hmise, betw'-pn r^istle-court nnd.Old Roun.d-conrt, iirarly opposite Yorl'i Uiiildi.igs, at. U<1, in the Strand, cn extensive "arid valuable assortmeiit of JtO.SlERY of every description, which fir elegance, nentn�5s, tastcy r'l'id quality,"lias never b 'ii ef]U.4lled, anil, he (liitt^'rs liim.-eifv can never be snrpa-^sed,' Tiie m;ii'v advantages he possesses over every other person in this line of Inisiocs?, and the peculiar deg'ree of jperfection to which, bv iiid'-rafig.'jble. .ittention and trtilimited e.xpence, be .}i;  of any other person, and r^nd'-r all competition fruitless, also enable him to aernmmo.late tlie Public ' ither in the Wholesale, Retail, or -l/vport Trade, upon trr.'iis more moderate tijan ran posiibly be all'orded by ifov othrr Ko'i-ie ifi thm^inc to Foar-Wf/'Utderottfo IJoardof Dire?:toriE.: WARN Ell PHIPPS, !-ccr:?tarv. ers f>r the'pn ..lanuary �s of /tis Mi!jcslijs iVtrtSWJ'i/     ring appointed Moiiey^ �,n\]meM of l/alfPay to Sea Ol/icers, frovi the istof to the ;iO'A o/'.^Tuiie; ItjO.i, according to llii Majes- Monday, 6th October|?^-^;nM*> Tuesday, 7th -.- ? �VVednesd. i5th - Thursday, rth- Office''^'* luid ShiiJoa arc on Siilc tit" every Licenced Jiottcry TUndcrstand from my Apotfticcary, that the Effect |L of,yourCHING's PATliNT^VORM LOZENGES- on liiyserVartt, wap coniplete, iirrieidnvingaii obstruction .a the lii'st pasBact-s and bowels, hut there was no'!ii')pnaianee of Wornis: ^he hn�d been unable fogefup from, liftrlied fur abOva iiini; weeks ; if slie lay down or^sitood up, the dalu about the. region of tlic sfomach was increased ; she hannot cut solid* ine.itform.iny ypeks, Every medicine .that two Physiciaiis and an iible Al� thecary could venture to pri�cribe, was giyei: to her, btit wjfliout propqrcllect. Th(;,warm bat); nl-ievinted the pain, bilt that Vvas oidy temnorory relief. After Iting yourMcdiciiie two days in succession, she gi>t up and ' .....------fiiidei" ClaptaiiH,' and tbeir To LieutCTiants an^fheir AttoriKCS.  't having enjoyed the benetit   ;�4;!d tSs^ir iJnlf 4'ay, l�iit a'se> t>p::,T<.uce Cert!f:vat.-s thit they have subscribed fi) the 'IVit, ami taken the Oiiths of Allegiance required by. Act of I'arliameu't to his present -M.i-jeVty : and in case any! of the said Oi!ie�rs should njt be able to a'ltend tbpniselves,'biit employ Attornies F.ir th.-it purjiuse, that the said Attornies do produce the likf Certiiicates and Aiiidavits from the persons thev are empbyyed by, . Wh.-re. OHiccrs iive abroad on le.ive, (!ieir Agents are to produce attested c^jpies of such leave before the Half Pay can ine p:ii(i. And as by Act of Parliament passed in the l'.';th year of his present "Alajesty's reign, entitled an .Act for esfabilshiiig " a more easy and ex;)edt!iou8 method for. the payment of " O.Hccrs beloiigiiig t'o His Majesty's Navy," it is (enacted bylhe'JOtii clause of the said Act,'" That if any Commis-" sioned or Warrant Naval Oaic'er who shall be "entitled to .f receive Half Payi and shall be desirous to receive and be " paid (he same at or near to the place of his residence, he " may r^piy to the Treasurer ot His Majesty's Navy in r.ondwi) to have such Half-pay paid at or near the pi act- of " his residence, in thfe manner jVo'iited out in the said Act." NO'ilc- is hereb^i further given, Ihiit the Half Pay ending the JOth Jnne, 180j,. will commence paying oh the'jth October ne.vt; and all Per3 'si-cure Sun. o'd. boards, 2, The. i\IAlD,  WIF!'., and  WIDOW,   By Henrv Siddoi'is, of the Tneatre Rcyal, Drary-lane, j vols. iL's, tid". in boards.- !. THE WINTER. IN LONDON,. Tlie Fifth Edition. E'lition.   j$v ,1. S. Sii'iM-, -'vols. l;;s. i;d. in bour.te. 4. FERDVNAND Fn'/.OR.MOND. By i^lrs. Temple; ,5 vol".'21>i ill bOan'iS. .....      .   . 5, T1k\N0\ ICt. of ST.POMINICK. By Miss Owen-so.i, 1 vols. Jii':. in bojrils.      -     ;        � (j, ri,EJ:TAVQ()D.; or, the New Man of Feeling. r>y AVm.'Godwin, :.1 vids. l.?�.i)d.iriboaVds.' 7. The WILD .IlllSH GIRL. By .Miss Owenson, 3 vols. I's,,011. ill boards, U)Sf()b^Tlifri,ARGK9TJVNTTWsT POPULOUS '  / CITY IN THE WOKLD. 'th'is dav ir'fmblisiied, a new e^.ition, corrected^to the prt-SiMit time, illnstr.t.ted with a large modprn Map of London* with.another j\iap of tl^e Enyii-onSj and embellished with ;ever:.l \'ipw�, i>riee.9S, bouKd inred, r-pim I'lCTlJ RM of LONDON for iSOG ; bc- ing a full and eorrer-t Description of the British I\le-irono!!is, and of its ITiciiiitv   and a faithfulGuidi? to all i ts '.t-'.ires, Li-^ts of StreeK, Inns, and C6ffee-ho5 Pulrii-5 0()ie !^Tf>T an Advertisement, to Enumerate the grent niaiiber t)f usefiil T.opirs wicii iiirj-treated  )!unie; but it m.iy suilice to oh-''(-ve,' th^t K totiil stranger may, by means iif it, become ^V^^ acquainted with tiie Hril!:5li Me(ioj>olis in � tew u.'ts, fh,?a many thoni;i!id;  �:is ivlio Jiaec- rc-si'ded iii duriii.i; ina.nv y.-ars.       ' .Printed fi)r"U. PiriTUp?, No. p; Bridgp-'froet, Rlackfriars and .so!i| by every liookMller in *he "united K,iiigdom, and ntthe i\nr� of the principal t'oll'ee-liou�".s ill Lnniliin. This d JLMUSS LE'lTLUS. av io publislied, in Two elegant .Vpl�tffts, small Sfo, embeiliihed with benutifu! Portrait's, by Caroline Watson, price 12s. in baards,      .�'''' .... ACOMPLETE and AUTHENTIC EMrON of the CELK!;'ltAT!:.D LETTEILS of .JUNIUS, containing much additional Matter, and uinch Information, ; not t'.� be found in any other Edition, . Amoi}g the Additions are, J.' The v.ai'iocs Lef'ers to'w.hicli. .Tnni'is replied, i', t'opimis illustrative Notes, historical' and biOgrr.phical; rfni'. .'Vn Eiiqiiii-y relative to the Author ot" these papers, in \fliieh the pretensions of various supposed WritersareentieallyCvaniined, and the name of the real Author ascertained.   " By JOHN ALMON. Author of the Lives orthe Farl of ('hathani, and John "Wilke"?, of Anecdotes, Historical aiidLBiogriphie orkort!ie veter.iu KJitnr, who wai iijfWateiy roii-' iieeted with the most emhient Political, Chjii^HtfTS of.the period iu which Juiiie.-. wrote, qnd iilw as being the com-pletcst, the cheapest, aiid tlie inu.steleg-ant Kditjohext.-�ii�. Printed far Hieliard IMiillips,' Bridge-street; Bla'ckfriare; ^ and to be had of all Booksellers and Dealers.in Books. N. B, Among the Eii.gravings are a Portrait of the Aq- . thor of these Letters, and a fac siiijilc .of his genuine handwriting in contrast to fjie feigned hand under which he corrc*/ QHudedwithbis.Printer. .    �     ^ .        . C vi'iiAl, BrtOivS tJN ~AUklt;L;LJlvti�tE. The SixthJidition, iinijroved, in one largc-V oluilSe, octavof price Half a Guinea in Boards, .'. . HIE FARRIER'S eALENDARrcontaitiiiig a __full .iceount of the Business ni^cessary to'be perforined on al! kinds of Farms during everv nmlitU'of the Voar, with the l.tte-it ImproveHunts, ami "the mode of executinic tiiem. By AR'iTlUR YOUNG, llsq.F.R.S. Secretary to the Boa�d of Asriculture, and Membe^ of various PtVilosophi'laTand.'Agricultural Societies in Europe and-Amwica..: Itis impiissib.V, in tl* compiss of an Adverlisoment, to enuiiierate 'lie impwrtant ctnlents, and the jifeai.practical ailvantages,whichn\ust result from the m:iu,;gV.ni;nt of Laud, from a t'onstantvefeiviice to this uiscful Work. Aljjnv li,li�u-, sand copies are sold in every ye ir; aljd rateUigent t''armer� jjnd Gduntry Gemlemeri in every eptidy in Englan.d, bav� ac^n(>wledged,rtbt only that itenahU-s them to perfocm t'ver ^ operation in the Ue^iiind Uiost sueOessful manner, but eflVci-s . in the geni-ral bn�inirss6f a Farm, a savins pfJ,frottt ten tu  tw*ciitv'-live percent, i '2. (n two large Volumes, Ito, illustrated "vvHa neflrly! Ono-n�iidreil lingrtiviiljcs, "representing tiie lufliiit improvc'd lii:pl-in.nt>, the various tlnsjes. aii-l the prini'ipal Broeds. of ,S leep and t'atile, price J'our Guinejis, in bo.irJs.'a Coin-plete System i)f i'r.ictieal AfTrieulture; including all the iiiloilern Improvennmts iind Di. r;:)CMes.inil r.'l.iUoi.s,. By K,. U, D1CKS�.>N,' M. i). Ilouorary ^Member of the Uoaril of Agnoultnrf. � , ;). In t.Ui .rtcrly Number*, price Three .-ihllliugs and S?f-pnu'illu-lratcil with PLttci. t'lse .Van .U of .Xgriculture ; or, Fareier's Mag.ivtine ; eoi sitting of origiiml I'lipprs.' Experiments, ;iudt.)liserv,^Uoi.s; cdnduciect uy ARTHUR YOrN'.M'.sq. F.il.S. ... Prhited for Itichuid Phillips, Bridge-jirpet, Btackfriars; �and to be had ofali BookoclUiT-.   

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