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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 8, 1806, London, Middlesex                                tFEDmSDJY, OCTOBER 8, 1806, Price 6^' TrfKATRF, ROYAT,, ni?URf'-LANF,. TP;.MOHUOVV KVi:NIN(J will be acted the Comoily of .   AS tot: I.IKE IT. rrlaTi'/',Mr-F,t1if(hn ; Ji.fUns, Mr, �jrf, Itosaliiid (^ith t'ic C.tu'fci)">'Oi'J?) I*iisslJuiir;iii. \VifchtlifF01lTY TTriEVES. f�irSuf!irday, 'Ih^ U'ond t; Coloiirl Uritoii, Wr. Cartes, frnnthc I'h utic HovaJ, liaHi (hciiig his first apucaraacc r , f li!^ ^t is ; Trcseiit �v VEXING will be performed THKBKCr.AR's OPERA. ,-!i�tain nfaciifat;!, Mr. fncl(doii>; PoUv by a Young  .    With Mist AKf, U-H)?^ Mis lAKK. . :V^.WOir,   V,iti.?)fl; Sir Pcrtinair ^Ur-ii � Mr. t-'nokc; S^ift Ttiir'rrti-r.p .-jflj'Orfcnii. �fif nrmm fi'tlfr^tM Hn^ct atid an l-.ysiiiSCY i,   tiWwfJf, ' " '---^ - -� I'u'.ilicSctiowlor U;iaversity,%'>t-'tbr tiie Seminaiifi in iLdtu- Witli a ViRAi^ to f-i*lwt^f�,trie Progrrss of OrifTital hxt^r^-^ tim'ihliiA'ilrUivp Ci*y, ruii roiwlw him!*(�lt" Psseiiti.iUy uspful tii fhoi . US �mth-Sin   r, pf)rg--!trr'y>, Tdinh'irij^. �^^^ANTMJ)^ by a iMaii and his WU'w (ivitiiotit n \ r? OF\ KR foriiiunclf.and DA IR ^':^rAf f),or (lOf.'SE MAIO f )r hisAVifp � his no ob;retioii t(i i.up^in^:elIlI FHnii-iriR UusiriKps, or any thing that may IM in ritluT oceiipiifioii, is he can aiiii is willirii? to m;i!?p himself tippfut to his Fni-pldver, an'l from the rrspeetaii'I'ty of thfir fli.ir.ictrrs, the inqiiiry will prove l)o:tlitlieir-.u;llciVmy. Letters (post paid), rtircffed to S. S. at i\Ir. .lolin >Iayos,"l'ccfchani, hurrv, will lie duly attended. A.XTS aSitiiafioti,asa vskvvl CoMP.VNro.v, to a L.�r)\%a You.);; iVr,4oi), ri'jp.Jctably cdueateri To the \YORTHY and INDl.l'l NDFAT F.UiCTORS of the Ciry, of WJXrAilASTER. y ^ \HK distinguished Ivonoiir whir.b yon liave tWs JL dav rniif-rred upon ini', dfmaiid.s my w.iriii;-*t Thaiik5, �liiil impresses    iny miiul aii awful s.-iisc orthe high trust im-pnTjed 01) ine by yoiir confidence. To 1)0 the Sueces.-.or in the representation of your frreat and populou!" tMty to the eiiiipUlened StalesmiMi WhoSelow we all so much d>'pl"orc, and to wliusc remains vvosli.ill in n f;vv days pay the l.isi sad tr hute of respect, is an object of the ino'st ' 1 ittdable iimbiti.im. If any p;'rjni!i bad bei;iiT(iU'id in whom was United arimilur asseinbl jye of tliuje ere;it qivalitii-r; \Vhich w or Trafrcllin^^ Eraolumerit not much enhsideration. Application, or Letters /piKt puid), addressed to Mr. Kid I, Sow B0nd--3trePt, will bo immediately attende(t to, ff^O be SOLD l)y PillVATKOJO^TKAGT, X- the PEltPKTUAL AOVOAVSON with the ncvt ?Ilt:SEJiJ)S.n� adeauatS AlW�*M3'^*'t�*t��t for tfiie sanie. Asalsowoiiey will be aJwaiiccd ini tlioSe uf know ii property j on their pevsonai Srcurilv.    � . ' � Persiinal .ipplicntions are daily rereived by Messrs. t-ucns ami Co', at Nt�. '2, Jamcs-strect, Adelphi, Strand; and letters (post paid ),answered withouf"delay. ANNUlTtl^lOvDEEAiABLF. TENYeiirs Purchase will bp immediateJy given for Annuities undeniably secured npon' Free^ioid, Co- ir.;",^ � ' figlityicars purcbase will likewise be given for .Auiiuitjcs lor vouug Lives, secured on the like prouerty, or oh Money 'in ihcTunds, where tlie parries have only a life intea-st.' In either case, tliegrantors -witl have the power of redecmirg the same.-*-Al*ply 15cr3,f)t�ally>r by letter, U Wr. King, at hisliause,.S*>I,oKn-stri'Ct, Adelphi. The only Si'Ait. i,(.>i Ai-^K x to be drawn this Year, begins NKXT MONDAY, and no private Lottery can be determined by it. MESSa^' BROOKE and Co. at their Old and Lucky ilottcry Office,237, PiceadiUy, asiurc tiu'.ir Friends, that the present State iiOttcry Scheme is excellent l)evond comparison. The Scheme is very rich, contaiins tl.r.-e: Prtaf* of 20,000^ ' three of lO.feY. �.thr-e of JOOD'. ^r, and only 2O,0iJO Tickets,,Which is oaly the quantity usMllycoiisumed by. the-Public previous to the Dran InR.. 'i'hi'irFnendsinost of course be convinced, tliat dehiyin the purchase, of Tickets or Shares may be th.; cause ofdisaj)-prtintmcBt, and possibly the loss of a Capital Prize; The aliuye OiliCe has been esfablished fifty-three year.^, where ^"o. J7,880, the First-drawn Ticket .'id of Fcbroa)-y l.ist, entitled to 10,0^2/. was sold in one half and eight Sixteenth Siiares. ' � �  ,� \T SMIT^St. first Marshair of the C;olony of irfii* Dcraerarj', duly authorised by the Ilpr.orablc Coiirtof Justice, advertises for the third time, that after the e.xpiratiotiof one, year and six weeks, reckoned from the Ipte daYofpecember, 1805, he will expose at Marshall Sale, ih behalf of B.deBohnevin', and Steph,i Cramer, Kxccutors tn the;last WiU JtiulTestitnxeiit of L. Laliinan,deceased, vvRus J-rances Frithjwi^oWt and Boed(;lhoJdcr �f Jolin Alackay, �i'reased, -       .....      ' ;� � , The COFFEE PLANTATlOJF�a!led.BOURDEAUX, stfiiated in tlie River Deraerary^Chanel No. 1, with all the iiuildings, Sla��?s,^nd Appiirtenances "thereto belonging, the property of tije iatd Francea With* aiill wbdrebf Hn liiven-wry is djiily to be seen at tiie Counting-house of Messrs. HDUgcmgnt ;and Behrcnds, N^. H, Bfoadrstrect Buildings, l'|nd�n,an(l of MeSsrs. Fraissinetund Scharff, of Anosterdam. The judgment of preference, arid cbncurroicc'cf the pur- aion all arid every person itiivihgi.claims against the above- mentioned propekv\ to appear, or to send M^^^^ �ie ilonoraW^Cdiirt,6� tbia Colony, which vyiU be heldjn the town bfStabroek, iit titemoritltof Match, Kight lluudred and. Sevwv wU)� their claims duly attested, �in uain asthe law directs. ^       ,.n,Ai,,i.,i MAHT. SMIT, St. First Matshal. Dcmprairy^lS Jini>'vl806-, iltents for togland, ng articles, yii. -. , X,, , ,-rinis^Hbsiery /hey " ilie fine D'own of Swans, Elder Ducks, and other Birds, : ived with fineAVoolj; it Ui ,yeCT, :d$fV��sai��! a?f ^l^^^^ �?''H� any Other excciit the U^ti^nt If>ccy feCTy? ,an�A� � '�"^not shrink illwashinp, H is coasequtaiUy very dw^^^^ , IIOSIERV made ot mLL^^vdRSTE�.-Xhc great, cti'ct in all Worsted Hosiery ii its shrinking m wasliwg, ^'iMhisissuCiiciently obviated by milliDJS the worsted pre-^"iu=lv to its'lieiiis �t>wufu  iheir appointment, of �ic ni08t{re�pectable MMlers mbotli i"wi) and country� alsp pliUo Hosiery, in a great variety ot articles of tKeir invc�itibn,,among which��JJ"**'''!''''?*?" of various descriptions, fdr both Ladies and Genflentetf J a'Hl also their Patents Flecisy-IIiWiWryi no gretuly rccom-"icmled.by the. F�cuUy, as. i�i�s. highly, eoiidwive to tUe "'"Kliaud comfort gf mankind.      KAVY-OFFICr;, Septal, a ^ifR prfmipid Ojjia-rn anil Cummisnhmeri of M- ilii M'iJ(:,tij')i niwiiliHlicrrhij(five .Kiitui, thill on'I'hitr.i-day lhr^)t.'i >)' OdoOci Hfrl^ ul 7'wp n'Vtovk liilht Aftcrnoun, tiinj. ^nll pill up lu .S�iV, iU Ihrir (///ire in .Some; iet i'/acc, veral Lui.s of OLD S ioili.,S, luiM-.liiig uf Tl^^fi-I^^p ..... ,julilip, Rubbish, and Topnets Oi! Pipes Tar liiirr.k,   '_ 4r!r�o einliieiKly |ii)fe:*esiied, mi Om: wnuld nniie'willinglv tha.i mSseVf have resigned hi^pi'eteiis'iiins tovoiirsupport; l)ut^uch a person was not to be founl.   It would !>; v.iin in me to attempt to emulate the commanding Uil.nts of tliat titent Man citUi'r in or out of'the House of Co:nraoii�, hut it shiiU be my. aiixiou's endeavours to prove to you i)u all occ:isions, ihjt mv Z'-al for your interests snail be uiie,^Mfied, and thnt Inmevoii snail eVerSnd afdilhfal.Ciuar.liari of tlie ConstitutiDiial Libcr-tiesof the Coui)rry.-I ani, GentleiiiAn; with thQ tra.'st .^."uUmenl.s ofgnfitiide, Yoni- ni�st faitWul anddevofed hh'mble serv int, yorthumbwbtn.l ii<�i!,e, t)et.7t Iwj. PivIf i:Y. . v.t;OUNtY-OF1�KR.TU. v--^-*^^^- A T aOKNHliAL MEinvfXC; yf tho FREE-LD^E RS, J US CI g KS of Pl^ A C K and' C O M-�MlS,^ION'KRSot\snj'PLVortheGOU.STYof.PKRTli, held atPerti, tbe. day of the MlchaMm w He.id Citiirt; t''e-f 1towitig Ifeolutiim* were tnoved by X'lA. (jR AH V.M, of Bjls^nwitn.aHd see.).ivled by Air. COtiQUilOU.V, Sherlii" I>.epute'ol'l'ie t.'oiiidy. 1st, Resolved, riiat the Thanliiof the-Co;mty be given to the forjis of Pert'iSliIre Voliuite.'r .\TtilJerv,' Ye.i innry, and Iiif^rttrv, for tnesteady ?ealvv!iieh thev h.ive HMii-'i-^MjIy evinced 'n thf greatrause,' in .support of w"'rh th','y iirif;i.),illy tenJ-red th^'ir services, and for tneir'iofive and iinr.-mitting zeal intiicattaiunientof inilitary diseipiine. �^'d, Resiilved, That it is (he opinion of thi'^ Aleeting I'lat the c.st-iblishni-*ut ami enc nirTKi-ineiit of liic Viilii. .t system (srt ranr.enial lo the f\-Iin'j:s and � i?lu's of the people oft'.tis � Coiintr.vKliii- been .iU lid'd �vif!i co^isiqa.-ne.v, th. nio'-tim-portaiit a;iill;!.'n'-f[eial,a'ror..iin^ iittitnf'sof Hn.'Xiiinpl-d [jeril, the e.io^teriiciea'.mca is of 't)r^ai>i/,ii\i!: anl trainio;; Ui the use of arms, a larjAC p'opcrlii).) of .die loyal iniiahu.ii.tj of  -;'(' St nainc, eliariieler, aliij e.^jjeni-nee, a very larg^ prnporl'^on orn ir S olimte'-r furce hasi.ttaiiie'l tosucli a degree o.' militarv di-rii)lnv, Sis to h-fully adequate ti) act witii our re_:;u!ar Troopb i.i th.- defence .of oucCiJU'itry^ itli. Resolved, Tliat it is flie opinion-wf this Meetin?!:, that tnia vv.oll nierited, and well kn)\Mi ciiaraeter of i)ur Vo-uiui . e iiTcx, liu^, Ul a j^re.it. iiira.s..ir4>, tended to eomp.-l OHr I'n 'mies toaban-ioii (Iiiir t.'iri';iti'n y such ;i b'lh rf loyal Piitriols inarms, has eaecked tt\c machiiiilio-.isoi'thivdis-.iUeeted aiid'seililious athoni'-.. ' -� . ', Impr'ssed with these sentiiient-i, we consider it a', onr iii-dispeiisible duiv, to Rxpv,^*s our s-iisr' of tae iinpirt inc." of cniitinuina; to give every support to a ."vrifem, inim whieli benelifs of sncb niagilitude huye liitlieeiobeen d'-iived ; and l!>d('cl..ire, that althou'^li the well knownaiul aekiiowledsed . Z"al of our Volunteers assures us th'it eyery eli'itrt �vill he iimde On tii"ir part to eo.itiuH-^iieir yiltiabl;-" scryiei's, ai) 1 tii maintain that nigh ebarieter for di.-eipline '<'tiieli (hey have so !ioii.oiiriibly:Hrquie.'d, �e eau eiiii-rt lin little hi'peof)� inaneiicy or eiTicieiiey iu t!ie establishmcut, under tJe modifications lately ailopted, nor c;vii wtvallow^oUrsetves tasiip^ pd,se, that tioVernmeiii will not apply sueii remedies iis will, orevent the fatal coniequsiiccs at^tri.'^entso ge,uu�;iUy apprcr headed. ' 3tb, Resolved, That the Resolutions of tliisMectiiig be communicated by tite AK'iaber of the c(iu.ity,!ta-t!ie Rij^hl Hon. Lord Spe t TTon. Lord Kin-e.lird, and second.vd by the Rigiit iloii. tiie Ivirl oi" Rreadal-bane, that after the wor.ls " dij.il'vecfcd and s.diti'di.^ at home," the whole of tliesuliacqoent part of fie .'tt sDJurious sii'hilJ. be left out, and tile f)llo',ving amendmentsubitituteJ in )h -ir room. i R.soiyed, That we have witnessed with the greatest satisfaction tUe zeal of the several regimeiils w'to fiave continued tneir services upon the new iiej^aliiriou" which plaee � tie whole Volunteer I'orcc upon the fam-' i gt^ililisament, a,id we look with CO :fi lence to their loyal spirit f >r an u^ire-mitted adherence to that conduct and di.icipUiu- which liuye Litherio entitled them to the gratitude of tlie t^oiinlry. The vote being put, there, voted for (heafnetidnieiit nine, a-'.d against it, for-.y-six, and.tlie aniendiiieiit hcins rejecieU, tae oi-'igiiiai lesututioiiswere carried byforry-si v lo nine. (Signed) TAOAtAS C!liAii.\.\I, Pa:es. Perth, Sept. 3J,lS0f>. . ^  � ,�� � �OFFICES, : No,?, ConsHii.l, 141), U-vionn-sTRciiTi and 41, St.J.�.mhss-stui;ui, HODGES, PAI-NE, and Co. Stocli-Brolcprs, with great respect tiike the liberty to-rwotiiniend to t)ie attention of the.Nohilityand Puidie'the Sclieme of the pri-sent Lottery, whiclKthey have compared with that of ev;')-y iioltcry which has iicciired (luriiig the (leiiod-their Oifiees have been establrsaed (lu yeaivs), an I h.ive Ituiud it not only superior in the .Vuinber anIV.dae of l^apitul Prizes, but also to coiitiuji o.i an aver.ige half the N.'uinbor of rickets. At the above Licensed OITices the Tifket�, Shares, and Chances are on Silicon the best trrms; � h.'re last October the Ticket No. ;J9H, a Priie of wa� sold in two,. Quarters, tv.'o Eighths, and fiMirSi'itOehth .Shares; and in the . late Lotteries tiiree Prizes of '20,000.'. three of 10,000.'. and seven of                         ,   ' N. li. The Drawing will begin next Monday. SWIKT and CO. POULTRY and CHARLNC-CROSS, rprCKKl'S and SHA1H-:S of the State Lottery, JL to begin Drawing on MO.VDAY NEXT, are selling bySWU'Tand Co.attheir Licensed Oliires, .Nn. JI, Poultry, (established in 175!)) and No. Pi, Chaiihg Crii.ss', (n"xt Door totheXilo'.den Cross). The Lottery coiisi-^ts hut of 2o,UjJ Tickets. � � �    . .     � The Schema eontain.i the fallowing Prizes, v-i?.-y    of  L.'2b,000    . '8 of   L.fiOO 3  ....    10,000 20 -____   100 � 3 S,000 I'   ,    10 .   iJO 4,100 , IliniMly liay Wood, ite. &c. kr. ~ .Alfliliui; in Ilis Mttjiilii a i'urilql ly'Miln-i-h. ytlw ilU MiijvHti/)! Hhip HKLuKR, hfiiiir til Sh--yinpp!i)iitg ilh Miijt::^ty)i ' DoCU-'n'iinU lit: Jpptftud, M'.xi/a JcV, CUuiilinm, iilfti'iirsT, Portsmoi"/!, ��d tljinnuOi, ve/riTALLOWCANOLES.        . HnniiiV:s of Ike Candies, icithi roriii of the Tender may 6r 'Ci'ii ul Ihii Oj}'nf. \uj\-iiihi: iiill/wicri'irff! after Ta^elv,? u^Clockon tli( ilai) of Jl'ic.uiii, iwr antj nOlkud, linleii t/ie j'aitij, ur an .Igcnt for liiiti, aUc/iili. ?0 The First-dr.iwii Ticket will receive JOv.).)0'. Scheme ilratis. ONLY TWENTY THOUSAND TIcKETiC    . More cai'ital Prizes and less Tickets. THREE TVVEN'lY THOIJSANW POUND PRIZES. THREE TEN THOUSAND POUND PRIZES. TilREE FIVE THOUSANO POUND PHIZES. ^'o Prize less thai!'A)/. NEXT MONDAY, October 13, tIi�QRAN"t> ST,\TE LOTTERY begins Drawing, which coritaiiis a greater proportion of capital Prizes to the small Number of Tickets, than any foriner Lottery. .       scheme!. �� No. of Prizes. V�l�eofeach. TotaJ Value 3................L.120,00O.....:......L.(iO,000 � 3..:.............   10,000............. 30.000 3.........,......:   ;6,0()0.............15,000^ ..............    1,000...........-...^   S,0rt0 8....;....,......      W............    4,tKX)   � 3B.>.v.....;......      ,100,...........    If,000 40................�      .'ifl............    2,000 , � 4,100.....^............       20.............. 8i,000     ; fo,(roo '   - � L.2yo,oO() �'    10,000?. for the First-dr.awnTicketr     ' AM all the other immense capltalPrizes afloat. PKica op Tickets A^D Shares j Ticket..v.....;>.^,..-:v;.i'^-''' 17; 0 Half....J..-..-. 10 �� 0 QMtwter............ 0 2 U Eighth. Sixteenth 2 II 1-6 TioUcis'ini iilwus WC on .Sale at every Liceiitted Ijtlteiy DBicc, NAVY OFFlCis Oct .!,l>^O.i.': ri^IIE Prinvipal (\ijicrf\i and Comrnissa/tcrx of JL tlif Majfsufs 'iSdi-ij du fici-fi),) f;ii-e ^iniioc, t/.nf vii-Wedtiesdnyi ij//! inii. af Om u'Clorli^lhcn kiU be rt-jilt) to treat k'jiI xhs/i i'i-r'iani iij maii (�� n'tlling- to coatracl fi/r jifn'urminii t'ir. L.A.N D aiid W AT j'.ll C.\R!UAG l;;.of a!-.o\it yil LO-\J>S of O-iVK TlMlU-;R, now lyiuj; at Barking-.tde, ill i,s>-,'x, to J lis Majfsei'i'i iV'.'r!c.brf)lv(T 'rdwing i);i ,\lON !).\ Y NEVT. Tills Lottery coiL-i-its of 'AVuii) 'J'iekt-ls oniv, -aitd liie Se-iei-.i'e coiitafiis lliiee prizes oi" 'JOjOjJ/. three' of 10,000/. .tlii'e.e of .K),v)i).)/. ^e.  .       ' U. Lr the LoHcry whii^Ii was drawn in May last. No. l7,i)S'.i, a Prii.e of �io.OJ,)/. Kiid>i,iiO,a Prize of j,Oi);j/. Were hod; I-';)!,i !n Sliares by ilazjinl, iliiriie, and i'o. ^3, L'oiiili'v tJviU'Vs Jiceompaiiied with sUoH-diif^d BilU-iftx i.'Sidu!!, l-irLrr-t>!;:ce t)rd<-rs or Casii in Parr-.-l IiA;V^ .'('ICKEl" MIX i" MOS l).V J . RTCn.VHi)>i/N, <:: !.rt.:K, an.l Co. jO-i^SlMOCTi-i/LLv'  iinq.iainf tu,.  Puhlir,   tl:o jSl^j ST VTK 1,1) l"I'i-:it 'i' (omnl.�l:(i�.i|;l�a\^ iii; on4j!:.> l.'illi �of t-', iri'seiit �Moiidi, ( Oi'loiu" 1, IVriiiE Mn-i) ;l v !� (!'ry t-.i. he.   ft-v I till.-'ye^vr, ill-id !U) ouii-r v. iil      ii'.;ei;leil hy .uc s.. in. The Sclienie eoul.rir". i'ri/.es of.. J., -v.;!');! .................... A^),::-j: ....____3v!jO kc. .'iS.c-.   ^e. Thelowest Prizes are Vwenty l-'uu^x''^ rnd no fived Capital, e.veept life First DlMivii 1 irket, "nlitled to Ti! \ TilOUSANt) J'OUM>S..-r-rielwel? aii'.l Shari- are on Sale Uv KICMARDSOV, COODI.r'CK and Co. r:tmli-brokers Cornhill, and l.hari. g I'v.is?. 5? ..'}... 3.., 'I'lii^day �� puhlisin-d, nriel-tid. EMAIlKAiiLE TKIAI.S at the lafe tan- caster   Assizes, Auiju-t ISO;), accurately taken in Short Hand.' . . " . \ ice in ilself has such an odiou= mien, A.s, to be. iiatrd, nt .d-but to bese.n, Liverpool: Printed and Sold by H. Croiby, and Cw. Sla-tioner.-'-tourt. London. I'liis d iy is pi'.blisi'ied, A Catatoj^ue of the 'CJ.AHSIGAL LIJiRAHV, J^t. ,S.()ho^?iBW^� for l.be A-car i8j?i the |�r..- peviy of'M'.ll. i.wmi, lmpflrie>- of ('.triil.K end LATl-N' 1U)C)K S,.compreh>ilding one of themoot gc.icrjl GoUeclions of AiUiii'ir.?. it*ibe Learr,ed Liiiigwu^cs .thiit was everexbi-bited lor public .-nte. ' ' Catalogues, |)ricc;2.s. liiny be had rs a!;ove; ar.d of Mr. Barrett, ' Bookseller, Cairihridsff; v. tiir^- i.riy hf soen ;i. . Coil, ition of the bevt i-Vn-i'i/ii ((iir-i;? of tfie (:reek nnd Latin Cl.ns-ies, which, hiin!j ihe pr.!(i:riy cf .\V. 11. Liinn, arc sold precisely on the saiiie trrius al' ht4 1' :(ul)li:limi-.iit i:iS.)t.v^-=quare, " . /_^ 'rliis Day i-published. j)rii c ICti. id. AN  A.\AL\T!CAL INDEX  to th? first jf^ Series of tile ULPEUTOKV OV ARTS AM) M.V-NUFACTUKES; bei.igileo.i^U'nsed Lpitotneof itia! \V<.- rKhed. T le inilex to tlinnew Se!:ie^ miy be had sepir.itfly psire ^.s. lid.; niid the lnde:t to th  first Series, also separ.-uelv, p.ice i:'''.-Pulilishei al the Repertory'Oiiice, il.itloii- g.ird'-.", ami Sold by all Bapk-ellcrs.        _' . .     . ,' TjtE LIFE OF WASHfNtiTON, CO.MPLETE. Jl. J*J11LL1PS ha> the Satisfaction to infortn . the numerous Pnrei.asfr^ of the ME.MOIRS of the LIFE bf.tiKNEHAL WASiil.N'iTON, that be ha^ tn.s Day received from .Mr. Brsiiaoiy AVashington thp Ma-nn-^iTipt of the remaining Volume of that importunt and iiiv|ilua!)Ie U ork, aeconipanied by Ten large Drawing, of ii.itties iind .Milit .ry (.>pcratio!iS, "preparedchiefly under the direction of ti;e great and illiijinous Character who cen-ceivcd and exernted'.iieiD." 'I'he liberal .^^eippnit wtli which this Publication has breni '^L'll'llf Ell Proofs of til.. i:tricarv of (lif .'Ut Dr. HAlJ(.'LAi .- A\'niJlI.it>Vs P!!.1,S From Lord /Misoii, St, .)anies's-:.tui ire. Sin-1 have for =i>nre.time t.iki'ii your I ISarel.iy's) Patf;it Antihiliinis Pill-., as v,<-ll as your .S|) oiii-'a, ive.        ANSON. Tirthc Rev. Dr. Barclay.'Feb: j,;. Froiii .\lderniiiirHi'')bert. Sin-tiaying so ess-liti illy beneJittVd by your Barclay's Alitit/ilious Pills, I should .icfuse myself "were i to suiter any.a-iserfions to your iidvant ,ge to p�sB unnaficed. 1 lia\e been (implied to by sever.il friends at Haiti, to jend them soire nf your P'i'*j ''(invinc^l you woidd find liie advan- tage to establ'iah the Siile of tiu-in at that pi ice. I am happy t3S;;iy my health is now very ,iaoo:!,,aRir am always ready" to acknowledge the nuiits of your iViedicii;e. I fciri, Sir, ywir obedient humble seryaiit, S. IIIBBEHT. iy;iich any one niay be con-vinceUbv afair and f^amlid trial of one liiix. Its detersive.property is ju-t saJticient to clear away those destructive particles of Acid which generally adhere to the (inms, and intiie Interstices of the Teeth, Svittiout iniuring the snrfiicc of either; liealihg snieness in the former, ni'd pronibting a new enimel of pearly \\ hiteiiess, where it has oecntujurcdi orcrtrriided, lui the latter. U h:is a pleasiuit and ag'reeable odour, and is withal so perfectly innocent,that . it urnvbeit'aten without injury, most "the English and I'oreign Nobility, many of \Uiom reeomtttend it with admiration, as a necessary appendage to Moniiy r8 niri't'wn,'will ii:'""< �.................... nod prevent tlKit .dwiulful malady ihe louiu-aeJie ;i(im re-turnltw to tU6se_M'lio have bo'^n liable to its most bauetwl eli'ects. PccpirednfldsoW.Wholesnle and Retail, by Mr. Butler, , No. i, eheftpjide, t'ornej- of Puternosier-vo� ; ;i�,l Retail NbA m st Country Bookselk*v and Perfum.-iv,m Boxes, at ' as: Sd-each. � f >et!i)iV to be'able to state, tiiatthe, tN'ork ha* beeu honoaared >Vit!i lae app'-obiui'in of the �'ni^hest Auihprities inth; 3" Kiiqc- . doms, has l)>^en ackiio'wV.'dged to .lie a Literary .Vloitiinicnt wortiiy of the llefo '\yiios >t Historical Classics. Tlie Qu.irto F.ditiim of the FiFi'ir and Last Vot.rnK will be ready about the 10th of .Noyci\i;ii-r, an I the Octavo fvli'Ml the :2uth of thiit MoulU, at Ujesame Price asHere-..tof'ji-e. .        " i'he fHTUt fi�nr Volumr=;in �?n:ntD anil,4?cfayo comimie m H.il- at theWlop- of all BoDk-ell.-iircSpoctiv;. ly iit \ l. \ l>:.ed. Jind lUs. i!d. per \ oluijie ; hut as very feiv "of the ijuirto I'^ditipn remain on h.in.''., andr;is that .f'^dlliou \vitttie\.*rr be repiiiit-d.; ail Persons v. no iiave omitted t..;cpi(iiplete their �~:(nsiif tlie Cni.irlol'.niiijm, are ree.ii.-sted tii.i'py y far fhe del.   piibiijlieif, ill'j--'ra'eu hy n .if !;>. i; >> ie tiei;,. it v:.!niii:-, .^in;i!l o-t:!v.>', ^.�.'.�.�> - =. :n .'i-i'irit, nr\;i\ V       )'r.i!i},iH;!':>;'..)S AVK.^.S acr.'l t;^:\ (i);'tj;;;i,".if."i.;f''""'tie Do rriiiliin:; "i" Jl S;f.ni.-h I'lf-Nt-.-^si')!". in Sjult! A::ier:c.i. rir.i�.'i from tlie a'liii lie^t Ae'isij-ritie-;. };vA\J'!U)\A  /.\C!rARfUS((?;.M:=:,     . Fovnievlv 'i)ir., ell'!' "f liv .^'iir)l- i t^:r Ci'.u'ev.. i-..- J'cijn-'. rnd. h;te J/ir-.'Ct(ir iii'tiie Min. s .ind of tiie i'l-oc -s ik'. AHial;;.!-ih.it!')'! ;;i Vcrn. '       � Prirtcvl i.i;-;iic!ie.rd Phillips, �?vO.'\ Br"u!.;'--stn-ot, B^ack- l'ri..r-;,       to he !:r,l of ;;!1 H;>i)Ks^'i!L'i>. Of whom m IV e.l�i> b-� ha-', 'he PnirsrNr Static op Pir.L', ill otic elegant vol. t)i.i;H!'i, ."^iheHslied with t^e;;ty eol'iiieed Ki!gr.ivii!i;s, p.'-ice-.!/..'.-;. ill hi>^rd-. l.UJ^rtUv K!> iiODK-i, lO ir.ACii i >u; AKiS OF REAni;fC.' A VI) i'i:''*CLT10.\. Tii-i: nasr r.no.K. . rpilF, T^ONDON i-!UMi-.R :  or. First. Boole .M..   rontni^hg the .-Mpiiahet, ihe ">'in'.p'.e Sm; yl-, 3m1 a (ir.idatio.a of ea'sy and vntiiliii'il" i^:!r-s',s'.i'id I, -si. -�, orva--'i"er;t d v.iih sivtv plea^i'i.^ t^Ui*.   F>y M. Pelr.airi.   The Twentieth Ediiiot^, iiriee lid. tub .sf(0>  r.odk. r>j:.M.VVOR"S SPELLINT. UL'OK. bf��':sT�^n ie-'t^mvc-me'.it uf allother .SpelUug^ J'do'is �n i univ-r>.:li vi."':v'iiivy-ledijed to be ihe miisl U'-Tul, e!i.i5;.:, a;xi praer.e tWo v)ti�k or t-ii'^ kind ever ;?;!hli?iied. Ihe ;;.,ih edauii:, pre,- Is. od. bound. � / Tiir Tinnr� fook. I!l..\in'"" REAU INC. i,\ERCi.'>!.S, c.-.n<" ., Fahies." D'si r^p-tiov.s,, itriirii�ii on evrv subject of human knowledge, and ealeulated in every page to.eriMte goiid tnsfe, ,Tnd at i he-same time make th'e Piipil wiser and better, price ;.�. bound. Tllr; >-lI--TI(   KOHK-. CLASSICAL ENCLISH POETRY*, coifiMsting of fbc most admired and popular I'iec s of Poetry iii thi- Lnglish Lingu.ige, selected :iiid revised by Dr. .M.ivortiiidAir. Pr*tl, priceasi'd.lMJuud. Printed fjr Richard PHillips.N'o. Br'dsre-street, BUck-friars; sold by I'abart and ( o. I.)7, New i;;�nd-stneet; Cham-paiite and \Vhiiro�, ite�iii-slivel ; Wilkv.i ated Sp'i�\-, A ork; ll.Alo/.ley, fJai.isbr.i": \l. KeeiiiN Dublin; ri:.d tiv all other Hookselleriand St;ili.>ni:rs, with tue largest and fullest allowance tb Schools. N. B. ."^Ir. 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