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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 7, 1806, London, Middlesex                                K"*. 4,413. T^ESDJY, OCTOmn 7, 1806. Price TirEATRtS^AOYAL, bRURY-^LANE. THIS Present EVENING will be acted the '^""'"y*"     THE RIVALS Frtilkland, MriFJltrtoa; Acres",. Mr. Pcniey (his first -.fTir'at-nice iu that character)� Julia, Mr . Cooke r^ith'Valentitip and Orsui;. IIEAP FURNISnKD HOUSE, the propcrt.v of anOOiccN^r.lCl'eri to Sicily, very handsomely fur-D'shrd;'tl;r-e rooms on afioor, and mikes up four excellent Bedf��>th  ck precisely. beai!5tvcrca� . ^OATMl^r Portable Desk-maker diid Jeweller ^.T to their Rovnl Highnesses the Prince of Wales and Dni''of Susse.^, llis at h�s Warc-rooiris, No. 53 and ")!, Sf* PnursChurrh-v6riI> Ocskswith and witlioiit his-C�)i)ying ilactiine. Tarnished for Writing and Dressing; also, of Or- Al3'), J'ort Foi'rOP, and Shaving Commodi'S for liiiHns;, {'nd. Dmara-nUil f'tirn ittrejwith Machines adapted for Libraries, pnbl.e-otfices, OouHt--^SThouses, Ac. &T. ri^^^KA,-The niiiversal cowpliiintbf TEAatthc _H- rtfpective Prices generally si>id,haTc induml Mea of Probity and Experience to conic forward and'oiler tw the Pablu;, p.t th'Nr VVsrchQiisc, No. 41, New liridge-iti'cct, JSlrii'kfriain, Two Or.prs from Ludgate-hi!l, crery cpecie of iTeii, upoji sju'fi Terms as uiustjrive content, if'thtit 6b;ect cnii post^ibly be -iltfiined at any V/arehouse heretofore esta-bli^lwd, and �hi> Public are repcetfully mninded, titat not less' fhiyi OiJcPmi.id of a,Kind will be sold ; and i',lso,.f()r thrir farther advantage, I^af Sugar, By tiic Loaf, and Moist SagarhythoSeVcn Pounds, or np-.rards. N. 15. The WaruhousB is opt^ froin S o'clock in the Mprn-i rig until 8 'Clerk in the Evening. STAFFORD RACES, lSp>    � ON TUK�iDA.Y, the 21st of October, the MesibersPurseof SO'. Weifiht?foi-a. st. 31b. four years old, 7st. 71b. five yearg old, 6st. 7ro. six years OW. Sst. IHb. aiid aged, Est.-The best of three four mile heats'. On WEDNESDAY, the 22d of October, the^Town Sub- teilfry :flb. rif two .51b. and of tbree or mnie 7lb. extra.:- TSiB- be$V*5^ threi; i�i�)p.nHiel;c5iij�T-Maresand Geldings at-loweJ 31!). each dir. E.'r. NICOLLS, Esq.^r'"'^'"^'^^* J. DREWIIY, Clerk ofthc Course.  want *pcctabfec!!annei (hn�ugh who5e nieflium thev nuiv beaeconimodated with teiaixMary or permaneiit SU'MSo'f MONEY.  ... �    , M.rsrs. HARtUSand Co. at the Annuity Bank, No,. 5, SuM'ol.'c-slrpet, Ghiiring-cross, respectfully inform the Nobili- *f mil w B �l oi.muLvn, J*.iil'mii*^^j  X cLctrtx  X >/ii�ii V II j'jjjs, or any cei'tati* Income for Life, may be supplied with Sums of Mone.v to .any amoa.it, by paying an adequate Annuity Interest for thc'same,redeemal>ie any time, at their own option. Persoiiiil aiiplications will be received every day, tdl Three o'clock; and Letters from Correspondents, .inTo-.Tn or Counfrv, post paid, immediately answered. THIS MONTH. 4, CORNHILL, arid 9, CHARING-CRQSS. TBIS [I respectfully acquaints the Nobility,  Gentry, and the Public in general, the Drawing of the present State Lottery will commence on Mo\pAY, the i:y.\. i .ii.ait.. lue Schniric contains more.CapUalPrizcsthan tlielatt, and 5,000 less Tickets, In each of, the two last lolterles that Bisii contracted for with Goverhmeiit, there �were more Tickets sold before the Drawing began, than this Lottery consists of in the whole. Tickets and Sua.res are selling at the above Olliccs.VTr-Schcmes eratis, and all biiiinessln the Public Funds transacted witli fidelity and dispatch, :        ^    ' C-VIPT and ?0. POULTRY and CHARINCi-CROSS. rpICKETS and -SIIAIJ ES of the State Lottery, �vby; (enabli_________________ to the Golde^ Cross). The Lottery, contists but of 20,000 Tickets. Th,e Scheme contains the followics Prizcsj yjz. 3 5 of L.20,0Xi n>,oua l,00i) 20 40 of L.fjOt) 100 SO. 20 To the GENTLEMH.V, CI-i'.RG Y,and FREKIIOLDERS pf the County of SOUlilAr.lPTON. Gr.NTLEM|F.K, HAVE forborne to address you linti! I could be enabled to form some .)udj;ment of the Sentiments of llie County, rc.'!_^)ccting my l*ri:ie;isi(>ns to be r.'-eleeled, for a touuTH Tiincjus your Representative. The very flattering Reception 1 .experienced at the Meeting on the 2'otli of bast. .Mouth, and thesuccessthat liashlthorto att-iided the partial CanvaSi,iha.t I have licen able to make, induce me to express the warm gratitude I feel for the favour and friendship I havereceived, audi to assure yen, that,uulessi Shrill in the further progress of ihy Appluatibn to ypu, (which I shall continue With.all the e.vertions in. ray pow;cr) find ditferent Senlinicnti preyailins with respect to me, I sh.-ull persevere in jiiy endeavours, until the Sep^e of the County sliall be ascertained by a, Poll. 1 flatter myseUthatitwiH appear evident to you, that the Cause in wliudi 1 aih engaged is intituatdy connected with yOu'rowti'lBdejpei^t'ncc,awlihiittheFreeholders-will, bv a spirite;! llesistance of mi undtje Intjuciice, niiinifcst their Resolution, tliat tlis Representative of a frce.People should hini-belf be KRi:n. ... 1 have the HortQUr to be, with the greatest respect, GENtLIi.MKN,     . �        �� Your most faithful and bbcdleut humble Servant, AVILLI.AM CHUTE. ff'inehcster, October 1. !&>:. To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY,ancl FREEHOLDERS ,   ; \.     of the County 01 SOUTH AMPTO.N. r AVING been solicited, in a inanncr highly ^_.JL-ilattering to my Fceling5,l)y a very numerous Meeting if l''reehi)l(lers, to oiler njyself a Candidate for the ensuing yacar.ey for the C�uoty, aiul having, from motives of pru-dericc (staled'to that i\feetiiig) e.xpressed my Wish not to cm--ba'r,'c in sucii aii undertaking without previously ascertaining the inte.ntiiiti and.good wislies of the Freeholders, I venture to flatter mv^df,'that an early coinuiunicatioh of those sentiments will'be evinced at a 'iMectingof the Friends of Mr. CHUTE and mysrlf, propofcdtobe held oti Wednesday the 8th of.Octl STATE LOTTERY beginsOrawing, which contains greater proportion of capital Prizes ta tiic stiiall Number 'srTickets, thiui any former Lottery,    . SCHEME. *< . of Prizes,       -   Value of e.ich., To-tal Value- . y. L.20,000.;......... .L.t-;o.,()oo S...10,000;.:....,.... ,3t�,000-   ' i-^^,..    3,00;).. .......;> ^ 16,000 5.a.,,,,..,,,,�,   \IjQi)0.i.5|000 , 8,.......       fHW............    4,000 SO..100............   2,000 69............s.oiw;. 20............ fi2,ooa � 40................ so,ooo L.2C*\000 ,  ,. J,0,090f; for the ^irsl-draTvn Ticket, ilUiaaili the other immense cajiital Prizes afloat. PhUB OF TlCifcBTS AND BriAHES; Ti�>et,....,.L.19 17 0 UaJf..........^... 10 3 0  Eighth......2 II  6 Warter.......,...,0 2 0  SI.Meenth......... 1   f, Q ^ Tickieto and abaxn ace 40 Sale at every Lit^euccd Lottery :..   �     NAVY-OFFICE, Oct. 2j ISOT).    , ripiillE Principal Officern Siil ComnmsiMers of 3. His Majesty's xV�i)/y dojteicbygirc Xotici, tlii'il on Tburs- .! ni-sd:iy, t/ic'ltilh init. at .Oki u Cluck, they ucUl lie re.uili) to It-eat idlh such Jfernons /r.i maybe uitliiig to contract /or OuUding-firi AUrclianls"yrfds TWO feUIPS, to carrv 71 guns each, SIX FJtl(iATi:S, and  TEN SLOOPS. J>raiiiihts and Plans by luhkh t/te^liips anJ Fc'isil:! are to \ iwi be biuU, mill a form   �--   . �.'---^---      I A � No Tender ivitl be recdced after Ticdiir uThd: on the day oflrenly, nor any nnliced,nnlcss the Party, urian Agerit JOr hini. a/lrnd.". . _^ ,V KJTUAliLlNG oi Fl(;| , Oct t), liiU.i. ITHHE Commimdncrs for t'^icltiulting JlLi Mu- M. jcity'sNaoy do hereby give !yotic�, that un \Ax'dliea-day, the Iblli instant, they rill be ready to receice 'tenders in Kriling (Mated tiv),mi treat fur'i'ViELV H HUN: DRED THOUSAND (^OLDSJO.NE or BROWN WIL-LOVV RODS (not less than Foi'ty-cisht Inches in Icni^th) fit for making Coopers Twigs ; to be'am'wetuble tv smilpl.es ti) bepruduced mlh thv Tenders ; to be delicereel by t/it �     ... A__TI   '   lOfV- .___...I_____._____...... .'..^i.   /f>j Till'! dayi� imblished, in quarto, price 123. sewed, A NEW TJlEOllY and PROSPECTUS of the JnL PERSIA.N VERBS, with theirHindosUcee Syno-uimcb, fii Persiaii and English. Hv JOHN GILCHRIST.    . Sold by John .Murray, a2, Fleet-street; and Blacks and Party, Leadcnhall-strcel ; of vhilm may be huil all Mr, OilclVrist's other publicatturiS. .     _       ,   _ . This Day i.i published, in folio, nrire'1 en Guiiieai in Boards, rplll;: TOPOGRAPHY of TR(Jl[:j_and its laiie; the principal Bobtraalters, Perfumers and Oilmen hi the. Metropolis, av.i in every town throughout the United K infr''f>min stone bottlef, price Is. hd. each. FOR Tlliv GROWTH OF llAlR. ADIES and GENTLEMEN who wish the J ornament of a FINli IISAD of HAIR, need oaly I make trial of tlie RUSSI.V ofL, particularly as the use of Oils are f;)!iad S0rneoei!i5ary to moisten tlie Ha"ir when drcs-siitg.for whJL-h purpp.ie tlie Iln.'^sia Oil has now become in use by tlie Royal Family, and Ladies of the first circle. It is.iinonrisherand improver to its growth, prevents its falling ofl", and is so great a presnrver and streag'thener to the Hair, as to prevent it becoming bald or turning .^rcy, to the atest prriod ; also restores tli.tiilairon haldpisct*. Several Gentlemen, who have been bald for years, have declared, afterusi.ng the Russia Oil regularly for three months, became nearly covered with hair. It wiU serve aa a substitute for pimiaitiira. If. is recommended to liadics who use dressing ir6fts,as itprfevento the ril-effecfs occasioned i�y their heat.- Price 7f. per bottle, or one containing four small, at a Guiiiea -To be had of t'ae Proprietor, tm, Oxford-street; and the Titcltborne and Tutt, Royal E.vciiange, London; Ihill, Oanic-street, Dub.l*|; Raeburn,.North-bridj'i-, Edinburgh; Shepherd,Brlf-tol; C We-incliard, York; WoBlmer.Exeter; Miller liiis, Salisbury; Blancli andCrutwer" Manchester: and Grutwell, B;ith;Lee, LeWes; Billings, Llterpool; Lynch ster; Thompson, Newcastle; Swinfen, Leirester; Balam, Portsmouth ; IMatchett, Norwich ; Mrs. Jones, Ox- ' ford; llodson, Canibvidger Warren, .Margate ; Gregory, Brighton ; Harvey, Southampton ; Burgess, Ramsgate ; Sal-den, ChelteiihainV a:nd of most Medicine Venders and Per-fiiwers in town ;ind country. Ni B. The Russia Oil "will restore the loss of Ilalr on. Horses, which often proves a'great disfigurement to those va- � luable animals. Beware, as none arc genuine but thosd wbo hav^thc Russian Eagle on the outside, aiid signed in Red Ink by the. Proprietor;i " ilochrikufsky and Prinfle," to counterfeit which is Felony. Orders from any part of the Country will be sent by remitting the money, directed to Mr. Prince, '333, Oxford-strict, Lo.-.don. Good allow'.'jhce to Merchants and Captains, fpr export;ition, as it has beeii found infinitely sejyiceable in warm and chMKeattc climates , nURTH ER PAiofs of the Efficacy of the Rev. �      Dr. BARCLAY'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. From Thomas Bbkjjerd, Esq. Upper Crescent, Bath, July 2fi, 1805. Sin-Ohrecelptof this, I request vou will send me six double bo.ws of vour BARCLAY'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, and tweh-i>bottles SPECIFIC, Inclosod is adraft for50'. pay Voui^lf for the medicine, and apply the- remainder to the publicatioaof the following cage :-rl''or the last fourteen veais I have been a(iiicte4 with the Gout, and for the last iimr yeursthis is the frrSt letter 1 have becii able to write, which Ithinkought to be addressed to ytW, acknowledging  my perfect cure by using yqujl- .\utrbilious Pills and Specific. I am. Sir, yOiurmost obliged hurtiblc Servant, The Rev. Wm, Barclay, Lon4�n.      THOS. BEBNERD. * The Rev. W illlS�m Barclay Btroagly recommendi the Pilte 08 a Family Medi f I'wehe Months, by regular mohlhly proportions, into the Storeibe-furomcniiuned, TJie^ tshithio be paid for Sy Hills payabU'^ Kitfi interest, niiieiy daytaftbr date.   . A". U.:'No Tender foj-'a less quantity than One Hundred I'hdusund iiods,- and Five tlundred, JJalts of Jf''lttgs, ivill be admittrd.     � ~   . � .- .  ^ The Conditions of the Contracts maybe Has n at the Secretary's UJice,       �    .:  - �    jf''. No- regard, taill be hid to any Tender, ifulbhich the price shall not be inserted ill tcords at length, or that ahall not be dt-Ucer.ed to the Hoard, before Qna o'Clock un flic^^aid Wcd-Hi'sday, the I'lih instant, nor unless the Perssn tc/io mahS the Tender, or some Person on his- behalf, attends, to an-sicrri'iheh called fsr. .'   . ; "fMPIlOVED EDITION OF THE HOLY SCUIP- TURES. � � This day is published, in one thick volume, lirgeniediuia .'i quai'to, price 1/. lis. fid. in boards, or 1/. liis. bound, rflHE IIOLY BIBLh:, containing the OLD JR. and NEW TESTAMEiVTS, with the APOCRYPHA at large, witli Notes, Annotations, and otlier import' ant Additions, never before dll'ered in an English Version of the Sacred Scriptures. The following E.\ti-acfs from the Preface of the Editors, will point out the superior Advantages of this Edition of the Bible : " Oiir chief Objeit in tile Selection of the Nfites is to avail ourselves of the eidlations that have lately been made of different Manuscripts of the Hebrew Te.\t,"'by Dr. Kennicott, Inthis Country, and r>lr.R()si^i; in Italy; and also ofthc cOi;-jectures of many learned inca fur restoringpassages, witli respect to which all mamiscripts uiid ancient versions fail usV � VVe shall also note the principal variations .""rom t-fe common translation by Bishop Lowth and others, who have given new versions of ^jaiticular Bdoto of Scripture. Nothing of this kind has yet been attethpted in any Edition of the Bible. '* But whative flatter ourselves will still niore recommend tiiis. Edition to tliosc who wish to; read the five Books of Moses as. tliey came from the hands of the author, is, tUat.wu sivall insert iu the text (though distinguished by invcrtra'com-mas) mauY additiiins which-are preserved in the Samaritan Copy of the Pentateuph, and which no man of learning now ; doubts to i)e much more complete than that of the Jew.s; since, to save themselves Uie "trouble of truuscribing, they haveomitled many clauses, and especially repetitions of the same thing in difliirent connexions, which arc so frequent in the Scrip'turesj and so agreeable to .-intient siniplicity. Iu many cases, this has has been diinc; with.so little jadgmeiit, as Dr. "Kennicott and others have shewn, that, clauses abseluie-lyneeessary to the sense have beis.v left out.   Mere varia- r'_____.1... (..-..____lA.... 1. I... -  - ---* j..,..^ M ,     t.iim    i.tj _.. j'('unity ; ilJUjtrali'd anrt eyplaini.-tTby Drawings and Desqppfloni.   Dedicated, by Permissidu, to her Grace the Duchess of Devonahire.' By WILLIAM GELL, i:sq. Of JdiUi College, M.A. F.A.><. ar.d late IeUo\*-of Emanuel College, Canibrid^e. In the YVork ate given M coloured Plate%; takcil froin accurate Drawings made on the ;--pot by Author, and eliiellj eiigrayed by .'Mr. MciUand." Xlie Work is drtigned to alVi/rd an; <)ppi)Vtuii'ty to yech as hUvc not viiited the Country, of forming their own Opinioas of the Topography of Homer; - IViiited fur Longman, Hur.-t, Rwas, and. Ofnle, Patcmos-'tcr-rotv. ,    . / " \Ve recommend this Work of Mr. GelT, as une of (he ; most hOiiourable moiiiimi-nLs whieli has been erected tjj the Biest ancientj the first and ber-t of Poets: a.-i   have: doiife CT.-dit to their Country, as -Jicn of talents, eli^gance, and discernment.^' f'liitic.v; Ajjri!, {S05- " VVc; cannot conclude without expTcs^iug our (>i)inio!ithat Mr. Cell has rendered a, real service to the Ciiusc of .ancient. litar;Uur .bl':-and ilevotedregardto Ditine; jievt'latiiun. .It-i leading dii^tiactiaii* arc selectnc-ssof i^iiii-ciple, Ir.dcp^d'eutof heels or l'ai-I;es,and sclcctne=3 of Dis-cuiiiiia, adoptib'those Depart'-, ^n(s of British and Foreign Literat-jre V, hiciC'are most gencMlIy interesting .uidiinpurt- This (lav is publisned, in two large V-Oiunies svo. price iKs.; Boarus, dedicated by pv-rinisiiOK lo the Right Hon. l.crd Eldyn, Lor.l High Chancellor of Great Iirii:un,ai:d embellished v.ith a highly imi^hed l-'orirait, -nUE' WORKS, "AlOIlAL avid RELIGIOUS of Sir MATTHEW H.ALE, Kiiight, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench, tUe whole tui'-v fi'rst collected ancl revised; to wiiicb arc nrefi.vcd his lite iuiJ Death. By Bishop BUUNE'l', D. Ji. tiiJas from the Samaritan Copy will be inbertedin tiie K.ot 'gaks frt'm the iUitstration of diiricul; passa.ae.s �y'n'ave'iyeeiicoIteetedYrqm air writers ^vttii<�ttuv.'.tir;t;i;;�j ar.it-many of them from foreign piihlieatioiis.' ^ Sold by Vernor aadlioori, Poultry, and L.R. .Secley, .Ave Maria-lane, London; by Knott and Llo vd, liinnitighaui; and all other Eoiikseller-i inTov.naiifl Cou:^tiy. . """" . aiKS. ROliTNSaN. This Day Is prfilished, in three elegantly printed yi/luiaes, on supeHiiieyellow wove pu. el-lisiied with first Irapr'.issioiis of I'.iiik-e's iCu.^rr.i-, iiig, froin the P,3;-lruit of Sir .ioshua Reyuokls, price ! /.Is. in Ixiards, r-piIK POETICAL WOR-KS of ll.c late Mrs. A.   MARY ROBINSON, now tirsJ collected by her daughter. Miss RGBINSONi and iududiiig many PieciS never before published. Printed for Richard Phillips, No. '\, Bridge-street, Black-friars ; and to be had of all tJook.iellers; Of whom may be had; TheMl-.ilOiRS 6f the LIFE of Mr.<. ROBINsON, written by Herself; ii�,two vdl.s price Half-a-Guinea in boards. DR. GREGORY'S NEW CYCLOI'EDIA. To be finisited in five MonthSw THE SEVENTH PART of Dr, GREGORY'S NEW DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES^ including all the new Discoveries jind Inip'rovements to f he present time, was published on the First Day of September, price 9s. and may be had of all Booksellers" and Dealers iu Books. � A Part will contiiiue to be published pn the First D.ayof the following five Months, when t liis valuable VVork will be completed ill Twelve Paris, making two Large and spl,�;idid volumes, in quarto, illustrated by Que Hundred an J F-Drty Eiigrayags, by the first Artists. The First Volume was caippletcd on the First of August, and niay now be had* in boards, price 2/. JTs. !jd.-.ar.d all the preceding Numbers may also be had at the Shop of every BooKseller ip the United Kingdom, price 9s. each. Bridge-gtrgetj Sept.4,,180).- � ;   ; NAUTICAL MEDICINE AND SURGERYi Tl\is Day is pnBlished, in One Volume 8vo. illustrated bv several Copper plates, price 9s. 6d. in'boards; or lUs. fcd; sheep, lettered,       ;   , nPHE NAVAL SURGEON; or ^URGIGAL X and MEDICAL MARl.Njt: GUIDEj copipriMng a full and complete Account of the Dutie* of Professional Men at Sea; with simple Instructions for the Preservation and Restoration of tbe Health of Seamen, in every Situation and Climate, To which are subjoined, a Prftetical System of Naval Surgery, and a Compendious Piiarjnacopasia, ac- J conipanied by Plates, ^ '  By WILLIAM TUllNBULL, a; M, Iklember of the Rova* College of S'irgeons, London; Fellow of the Medijcal Society of Loiido'ft; Surgeon to the Society for the Relief of the Riiiitured Poor; 'aad foniierly a Surgeon in his Majesty's Navy, Printed for Richard philips^ No. 6, BriifgersfrectjBlack-friars; and to bq had �f all Booksellers, OfwhOminayalsobehad.  ; , . � ' 1; The Anatomy of tlie iruman Ear; ,ind ti Treatiip oq it Diseases, and the Causes of Deafiies.-!. By ,r. C.'Su'iniders Demor^trator of Practical Aiiatoiuy lii St. Thomas's ilos' pital,a()d Surgeon to the Dispcasary'for Disea-.i-softhe Eye and Ear.  Price 253. 2, PracticalObservations on the Diseases of Loiidoii. By R, Willan, M/D. F,A.S. Price Is. t,d. , ; � 3. A Treatise on the Catise, ProJ;rcs^, and 1 reatment of Goosumption. By John Reid.,- 1\1. D. Senior Physician to the Fiiwbury Dispensary. 7s. boards. : 4. A practical Treatise on Diet. Bv William Nisbet, ]JkD. In one Volume 12mo. in-ice tis. 5. A Series of Pwi�ular Essays on. tlie MeaitS of Preserving and RestoringHcaltli. By Tlionias Beddoes, M, D, iu three Volumes, 8vo. price 1/. 4s, in boards, 6. A Treatise ou the Process employed by Nature in stfp-uresaing the Hemorrhage from Divided and Punctured Arteries.  Bv J. F. D, Jouesj M. J) !iair'i,:trSnsI.aled ffom the l-'rencli.    . Soli', fjy. jl'. IJ. Syi'iiim'.s, .iio.'-V, i'aferuoapL-r-ruvr. Where ma V be iiad, 1". 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