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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 18, 1806, London, Middlesex                                A will act a ComfdytaUrd , i., oetrit)^ called The Faro Table ^ii�itai Two8tri|)2� ta vAut A nrw. McljB'JI^lisUi^is iO'prepahttipjiy andWJQ) he ffittOHiy Ode m honour of jj>e;M?g^);y^^ may dedP^rnfiii l^hioUa'hlf "^iS.^^^ who l)�mf<* aJ�* the Fjirt^p}5.jnui^^'l5^rffS lADV of'feRpecfabiTiij;        Jias ketpt^ H�wi�Bontt*-ve!�w,*lsh�'� toeiigHg? fieraelrin- t(�c su-pfrintPiiiling; 4 Gcr.Cleroan's Farrttlv, o�she i.*. IlquijTin�'rt* for that fn,padt�iil��)*'^w0ulil expert t<�jbp: trea^d ,��?< trw of the family.- T-btsSirlai^ bn*)oh'j<;rt,a�ili<'.hi^ ft^litHo inflc:!: pciiclciicei'sh* ran^iVft \\^, mcVt Tr^snrrtltUtt; if^fcrect'S^ t(ie Janif woyldljo reqirtrcd -t-V 1iU� a�tr����4  V.^amf� U:SEi .Vith.^oaeh-hijuse and Stabler' (krdpn, mitfflp&tc.led t6 Mr. Smffb, /i.. 7,-Quceii- JSO. 9, fft ?�CAi*KAT6il^4i^liF4if, liilc (lie, Paul's lleaa -. lavcrui � � ANIRL. MRNDOZ.\ rtdSt iespfictftflly ac ...........   ACA4 :n(;.i-. NTED tiJ  lll#T' or Pl^lIA^^RV wnHrh Btf tnUcfi Sf Jowii, a wf�  irt|t smaM FA* 1806.' - ... .     _________. .   ,  ____ .______in'l will eVwtimteoipen ftWpylMaadiy and a'htrway� from the houri ^ISWlii^kK.-tb'WH&h6, v^m worth JrL: t|iifc�trehtWii^ eftiMr of labof^ nr'a timid. Rider, being mo aiMiui 1 wefiiy Acresot gooa !iina, injvc n�as.r-m for ttOCH.- AHwafesiiiurite CIVIL- liMPi.OYMENt oi� the waal tenn!>, nttt liable t�be call�}J homeuntU agreeable to tbepiircQctorr, and possessit^ many other verv important ad> KiaUifftt-Ahty a 'Cffdet, with shmlar 'iiidt]ccmekit;:-~A Va()tain,.and at) �n$ign laiiGiicrKon.Iiattatibn tvoiuld ^t-cl�Hn�e-anv wherev Bolaliy Bay prefcred.--A LMU(4 e liad, by .ip-ylying to the Agent^at the British ,wd Kf^st iiidia Civil and Mriitury Agency .Odire, IS'o. 1, Cot)V.'Cwirit Lndgute-illll, tflndon� ftom tpii *--~>.�,.i. -�... ....v^-.p*^ Half.........,5. LJO iMghth........ Sixteenth.,.... L,2 IX .  16 ii>i)OOiifketsl)r.ittneach Day. STATE LOTTKRV. THOSR Pcrscms whrt hate nofmadc their pur-rlMsi's, are inloroied, the   SECOND  DAY  flf DRAWING ^^iHbet)n^H^IR^D^Y NEXT. PRESENT PRICE.        ,       , Ticket._______.........U19 IT 0 >I-Ialf............L.IO 3, 0 4Qu,irtcr............ 6 2 0 l'i{:hth..........L.9 U 6 Sixteenth .,.-I   6 0 . N 0. I^W, a Prize of ]0,pui)i'. as Firstvnlpawn TtckiH^ was shijvd by HXV lis" 1'and Co. Poulfrv and Cliarmg-frob.*,m one Qudrtor, two Eighths, and eight SixteelithB. Ilokets and �bjtaros on Sjlf, ffiaTr.tntrdtvidr.iwn. .    P.QPL'S i  l-.\CIlANGlv. fytlfE Publiq arc resppcffully Inforwccl ihe . JL S*e�Vntf Day of I>r,ming      be uu I'hursday, &ct. Two Tlionsand 't'lcketii to be drawn eaiih Jjay, and nil the GapUat Prizes tluattng�, 'fiicJcetydnl' Shares are. no�v tfit-Sale ia� preat Variety, a* F().PJi'!j Qftice, No. 12, Castle AUcv� ffoutiiig tlie Btfiilcof Ivnelaitn. PRESENT PRIGF. /Ffekel,17 0 Hiilf......-..'....L.10 .T 0 j Kighih...;...      11 6 � (?a^rter....^.^...   5 g^(V:l Si tte.-uth....... 1  6. 0 NeiixactleuptMiTyne, Ort. JO, 1HI)5. AT a ATisfctins; lately heW in the Mayor's Cham-^flki berv ol several GentVemen educated .-it the Grainmur-School of Newcastle, under tUel.it.- Rev. HUGH MOISI-.S, It      Re!iolv-d,That some publo IVftirk ot Kespect was diie/nm� them to the Memory of th.'jrinueli-lameatcd Prieiid .......'f l"f-KS-R1?m^K�l A BLEr-^ ri^KN Years Pwrcliasewill-be immtSiiately giveii JL fiH-Auiiuitieii nnilentably s.eciired upon FrciboJd, Co-pvhoftlv orlong Le.iMrJinld Esitateii, where iKe parties have aij ab.^Plutd iiiterest> and oii whidh (by teason *f tlie prcusare of the time9%.M�npy caniibt be pbtaincd Upon Mortgage, A.nd eigirt yc.irs pi;rchase will )ikcvi!� be given for AnnuiticsTor vouiig Live*, Secured ah tuc like property^ or on {Ikkiney in the Fwids'where the jiwtieshaVc only a life niterett. In either case, the pruBtet^wtil have this i>^jV�.Pf redeeMtag the  lypcrdaiiallv,or by Mtterv to Mr^ Kiogtat hia hffUyeyf, .lmin-atreef�^eiphi. Press; and in a. few Daysi.will beppbliflbe.^t mm* � Ulegant Qmitto Volume; llluitrAted - with twii W*V?i tjrawfe By ArfditigmUbi I'ricd CR�5 Guinea dnd a llalf la rfWiS %EST iNlilA COMMON TLAGE X BdOK t- iliC*ing the STATE and -VAIUE of ih� BRITl.su 8p�Aft COLONiES; itirelatlon to the We�t liidiH ProprletaW;ant! dHlinct!#elylo thp PablicJind Cfow^ of (JirciU Itrttaiu: exbililted in Table. P j�lation, i�r�-ttertU a:id Income, Tr.^dc, N.tvigiUion, ood R�veiuip; com-piled fniiH P.-u-M""- * ort>y Ic^^Tt j|^2^./r |u^lJHrJK)i� a M�w�weot,sb4�U 'Trt �tWTI* nwvrnj* beereirtedIn t!ie Gburch w St, Nieholifs WhichshooJd re- SHIP OMNEnK. PATENT.' SHFiATmi�?C KAILS, made df PURE COPPER, with two or tbtee .lags or Ifaurlw.- TIk- u per nn a slup'n bottom* assisiing rtunblltvi aitd ieiwhij; a smooth nn4�vwB surfnce, tlvreb>grfatlv;farilit.itiitg the iBK i>t tlie vesgcK Beirijjof pure L-oppin-, shwlWisli orhar-iiirlMwill not atf.vthto theiiehds, neither wilj tlic CoOfer ncir the hesids corrode, as la now g*ner illy t* be seen. Itiose wholr.iTcnotused thet* NailB^tjeed only a e�mp�n�>a iih thetlie cast TSail&T ft^V^ere wni* havc_�cied.tfae.m,aini W'eU rnnvticed etthtirJiiperioritv.. A constant supply of whico rnii,y he relied onvftati ortlersrexetufed ata few nours notice, by iipplying to tne Maji^Faetuterj SAMOBLGnfrvvBriiitoli orat his Warclioiis'c, T)xiWgate.-^\li:irf� Thames-streetj Lon-don. The N.-rflsfarppMto'd'insulfabhfcfia'sliS ready fordtli-wrv: aDilby.to&fm|�g (hcumifiber^oC.Shetts intended ta be waded on. a'proper q,tt;M'titv wi^^ .   li^.        . COQKE cobtiwrto to have on Sa>e, at his Ma., nof^ic^iry afvl^Nott^jighani Wnn>htitfu!>i between. Catflr,. court aua Oidtriintid-cnurt, iicirh-opposite Y or^BijuWingSv. at IW, in the bttand, nitextt!nsi>'e,,and valuable assortinent �f I10SJtKn.lP.'*iit' t^^evV descnpCion,Twblcb fiir ele^rtce, npnrnrsj,. ttisti^>~!)jti^ qUalitwibas ncvei'.been cflttallcdv'and, hp 11;ilterS^hi�serf, can never >he sarj>assed- The many ad-Tajitip.ctliepoaai'sses over cvt faHufactorv, white tliev.alfoj!d JiiiWan oppor-tumiY o^o|\c;rIllg tOitlvc i�ublic,a *arietv of Goods, sui�erlor [^rall. ithe Trade, "po" t�nn!MB�RMnodiera.to tlwin e..m posibiy ^bc afforded by �iv oilier Itouse.ro the Metr. twlH>   v.   i ;      :       '    / PKllsONAii COMLlT P.Nl'iFHlCLVs, call,.di from it- adriiirable eftects on'ttte-Tc^ih, wlilih' aft Vit few apptieations,assumes t'le ai)i)ear4J>ce.of .pol�he*'l�i)rV� preivfei'.tBS ttiarcovpr* their preinature,4e�ay, those dflc�y�d*t nr^dwesfrdmbecoming; J ORc, nwie/ife bVudi as ar�*loose^ i^lJCperseverjince, r 'n-oi'rs the foule* Tee^h deFttMe, and'trifoin its arpmatrc frai-f;r;iiiee) the,brBB�h -periJiscityyswceiViti Is alsa �ftcc�!d*ngly �?itef4�ttothep,ilftte,   , \.      > s Vcondly, ffPERMACtST SOAP, wlii liie tmollifnt ;i�id h.Mlins ptqw-rl^siK^ibo.^pnniJJtfeU, arc sa�i: moUnte genttemeft of tend�V*kii^, b&h'iiiil^ forriied it 9ht6 The atioVe pnit-Hrs-aJv preparea-And Solfl for the TDVeHtqr 1^ J011N'fl\;(){>l,,JWiw�irt, lfr^�feek^treet,fioha, I.o�.' theUciitltofe, �tj2fr.i|[j. tUy i?04^ and.l'Qwiie): Mi^.i r^woiirwishiog ttia<*tt\ih�^ grfeirt wtiJKy of' uKbeiirticli's. should.hk.Mtt.ririiiv.T^4|q,vfe: them gpUi)uic^by' cord his Virtrtfs and tUijir Gratitude. Ami Rw-as Resolved, That sw!U Jlmdnrtent be pren.'iped under Ihe' .Dirrciiflti of the Mayor of N^weastle, the Risht Hon. John Lord FlUoo,. the Wight lion. Sir "WilliHin Scoit; and the Expenc- detr;jv<'d l�v a Subiicriptuin from those who bad been educAtAlbvrtlr'i MrtTSes. ; Sibicriptton Papers are Jcrt at the sf veriil Banks of Newcastle,; wherehulm-ript'ons will be r-ceivcd, and jiaid over to. the Gooimiltee apiiO'iiited toroUcct tlieiiu . PRL^l NT SUBSCRIBERS. Chiinectn, The Corpohitinn of Ncw- '  castle...... .v .'- i- � The Right Hem. Lord Eldon       .      �-' The night Hon. Sir Wm. seott - t - 20 ThciRii;hjt.H6n. Lord.CoI- ;|jiKW(iod -    20, n. U. Kcay, Isq. - .5. N. ClaivtoiivESn. i- 4 Wm.'BurrpU, Esrt. 5 H. Barren, Esq, - 5 J. Foroler, Esq. 3 A. Hood, Esq. 3 Thomas Smitlv, Esq. 3 R. Clayton, Esq.     .      'J Thomas Burdon, Esq.      3 :Mr. J.:IWummelt j,  .      3 ' Mr. Ricbard.Burdon, jun. .a John qluttcrtiucki Esq.'    3 Rev. Mr. Brewster, Stockton        - � Kev. Jtos. Cook, Newton   3 Rev. G. Stepnenion   -    1 N.-Cl.tvton, tsq. , V      5 lJrig.-Gen.Orde  <       -.5 lte\. John Ord, Vicar of King's Clere, Hants      5 Licut,-Col.. Ordej; 99tb Reg. XI. "Bates, Esq.   -    -Rc\. W. Abkew.lReWof .   ofGraystock       -Mr. Peters, juii,      -Rev, Wm^^'Harnelt - - ' Guineas. 3 Rev, John Fawrett ftev. .iolm f.orster        ^ Nathaniel Pmishon, Esq R|f. .(oiin ( ollinswood Mr. Robert Pinkney Mr.-JolinGalc Rev. Mm; Wilson, Rector of Wploiiighiini Jmlm Tljividson. Esq. Tlibs, Uavidson, Esq. i-Rev. J.iW,. /iskew     - Fr.-tOM3 Johnson* I-.fq. Ratol) Atkinson, Esq. RM^hard:i.ainhert, Esq. A!v. C^ [". .la;:ksi�n The Rev. Jf'liilip Hunt, M. A. PrivateSecretiiry r to the Lord Lieutenant '. of Ireland, by N. Clay- . torjv l.sti. -       - J. C. Rankin, Esq. .lumcs Allgood, Esq.- Major Askewi 2 trongefet. pfoof Jl' VERt)>:NANn'8  ONtY �W'eartlclrs, should fafe^��u or leH affile*"'* iMfiOijjerleetiqn, in, ^JMCr^li�ct��n^tdl. fi'cthiS CUeswil the >siiperiority  of -7....................   CfENUiNlS .UUSS?A 0*fc l�, tha* tb" first Nobility in Kugland bave/suiee its in-trp^itrtinn into this coi|qtry,.gtre(rprerer�nee fi th^ :M�e �C itiipd airdcelare it pb^ to be equtiled, rhhrr for the gn^wth otihviri resionu^ it on partsH^htrb Jiuye for a letigibof time lieenbald,^na;,p)��el�tjng i-o fron riU wi nnlv �qi^|rise, biit,48t.onKh| tjitb^^^^ .;ln .truitti^ iioj,aiiy is,j^qi^ul SoM; wlioJe�ite%�nilyt. by thf Proprietor, Mlf. Cntw'raiir� � fia. 4(it Stra!ui,^Londou,i; and retail, by his appointmenti by ]yr,,Oxlt^, CheiAist,. No.'.21, T.ivi;.^ck-str6et, Coveid*,' Garden! {'Mr.'I*arkingvH yallMedib�ne'VVal'elmu�e', No. 14� , Taviitork-rpw, Gpvent Garden-; Jteithhntf C�, Pei'fumer.-, 30r Hfiy�wi;k  MW NtwUerv; 'orirr oi Si. l?aiir� Chmrh-Jlarket Town�)tbrQfl�hoi�^Ut�riUni(ad>Kiiigd6m.' "Vnca oSy ? ^llr ?ubUc wiH b(i.ffatiUlW>^^'a^ttu�*:7crtUBMlhK^      ^ , ..WAR ly.dALA , This day 18 paUished in nine Lirge Sheets, price 2/. 25. pr on NABLE AVOill.D. Ontlie lstdavi�rXuveuH)cr, 18>).),will be published, price 2s. (id. tlio First Number ot a classical, original, and interesting Work, futitlf A T A BEAU aiONDE, or TTTEiiAllY and JLJ FASJllONABLE MAGAV.INE. Several of t.lie>. iiutjt.-iiistin^uishiNl' .Authors have pledged theiiiselvi'a.tu contribute thciHUmrv elTuiimis, wbuh will hitf selected wUb the iitmo.� MStea.'id judgment t thus this Work cannot tail of being higmv intjiortuiit and necessary to every Man ol.JScience aiidol LiienituFe. Tlie einheHish-ineiits will ho of the mo.slbrilliant order, and will consist of a correct Itkrtiess of ottr Mo�t Gracious Kis�, emjraved bv permt>-ston from Bi�ydetl i-Gnmd J..dUion .df sliiUicspeare";. tjfe paintipgfrom whicli it was taken is by >tr v\ij.i.i.y.m Btucu V :^wo(.beaii|vlrullv calouiv*! ciifcritvui'^s of a M�\\ iH' Fiuhloii, one la a Af OTJtiiig s aiitd .fhijjothef man Lvcniiii;'.* Dtt'ss :-^.tiid a beautituliy coloured ciigtiiving ot a Baroucne Landau.   / � � J,ti: Iteti and Co. have pledged them to produce this Nfw m.igazine iii a superior style ot elegance, and tUerefurc the Admirers of liit'Titiire and the > iiit .iri* may Sle iissurejl: tSat this Piiblicatiun will fur excel, any Work ot the kitid that has hitherto appeared. Printed and published for J. B- Bell and Go. No. 2.')1, High Hotbiirn, and ma-y be h:id of every laootscUcr and NevvsiiiiUM tUroutfliimt tlie Unitetl Kioi^doui. HOME-BllEWED BEER. -This Day IS pnblislied, ince Is. A PRACTlCAixTllKATlSion Brcwittg Fine iA. ALLS. PORTEJit, and l:RO^^N M'Ol T, adapted tffTllNfi'erp;V�Uvtfrfevpfc> Indivldutt, Wherebv !� ei�si.VK�bie~ Siivuig ismnde: in the Domeslib Evpeiires of a family, and fthighlv fiavnured, transparent, and wholesome Bevei-age is produced, entirely tree from those iK'inicions l)ru;;3, ,w baiic-tul tu the liiiiTiaii Svstem. With Rec-ipts for Brewing Seivrvv Giiisii, Ale,'making of Liquori!and fc/orfliak). Management of \Vii;c.s, *;c. . Als(i,bvthf same Anther, price Is. 6d, a Collection of capital lleeeipts, printed on a *iheet, for the IJsi; ot Families, liin-keepert:, and I'ublicjns i giving �ueh ulaiu axid-easv-iii' structKHis tor mak'.n;;- hue London Oins, L'Eciucb;;asiis, Rii-taUes, Uitten-iy and a-il inaiincr ot iiiie ConfiJils^ .tiiat any personcan ni.ikftiiemvand becomehisowu Dit^titler;although no SiiU i.s rxf.i.ri'i'. Witti Oircctloiis for purchasing tlie Raw Spir-its, aiwa .Method ot Improving lignisund Bvaudjes,., by wl-ch a Savnig of ."is. in tlie Gallon is obt.iined. SoltlbyH. Setchei, .No. yj, King-street, Covent-Garden ; B..C ro.^byaiid Co. tilatioiiei-.-i-court, Ludgatc-hlll; J. Booth,-1', Duke-sireet, I'ortland-idace; T. \\ ilson, Jo, London-^JLouse--,':ii-d, St. Paul s ; :ui(l C. Chapuhytvi,' Pali-Mall. . .lust puhi shed. Price IS. . Boards.       THE FRIKVJ) Ot' WOMEN :   A Traiwla-tion^frora the Ihreneh.of BouidierdeVilleraert.      ' By AHX\NI)ER MOftKICI., This Work is designed taexalt t!ip Female Ciaraetex, and to raise that lovely Part ot the C're.n tion to the Rank tbey are born to, and to which their nunv V irtucs so ]u.silv ei.title them ; to bring Imek Men fo a hensc.  -r Domestic Government-tVlrtues of A> omen. -�   Pttnted for n.n.Syimtiiiis,Paternoster Row.^ ^ � . : �'� 'fRELAND."   : ; � This 4ay is published, in one elegant .V4lume,< qu        By ,10HN CARS, Esq. Of the ironourabb>',SU�eietv of IIh' Middle Temple.  Aafhof of the -Northern Sumrarr j or Travifl? romjd the Baltic s i�f the Sjirangerin Fr*�icer,-Ae. &c.    ' . Primed fqr Richard Phiirn>�;No.,6, B^idgj^-street, BlafV frifirs; and >M be hinl ��f all l�)dkse,Uers m Great .Brtiaio itud Ireland^ ' v . Of whoc mavalso he Ijad, >lr. CARR's NOR.THEftN.'SU.\l -ERs or, TraveJ* round the Baltiei^ Ss.inhn S;^ avols. 13s, bd. .   . � Tllli WATERING PLACES V 180i. To which arc added; C��minvntartes on the sevefa|,�ab� JFcisotCdmmercfai Entry; andC^pefeialtvon the Amencan tnterfcourie } -Att the Wavigatitw Act*; ob the gbtpping tui terest of Great Britain i on Conyiiys} gjri Free Ports $ out N:4val and Mllitaj-y Dcfente; 6n the MOTtjilily .df Troo^j '\vitb Sumcstlons of Rciiledy and Reforh�; and ws, rpjfE OUkOV: to uitLL theAVATEl^ltNG tod ANIMAL niOGHAPHY; or,'ANECDOTES and CCltlOUSFAC'l'S, h'laliVe til the nianriet*, habits, ami eeou�ii�>-, of tile Whoje .-VMMAL CRE/ collected trom Uurlijj of .Authority-in ail L�)ca.ig; e\peiisive Books of Natural Jlistair*, from Vovs '1 ravHs, and from i;vitv aothenftc Sfftfce; The whol bits,aiKleeouoii�>-,of the whoje ANIMAL'CREATTONi t.igcs,-frtJrt . uvawe^ aal oCrce. Tliewholeelisilit and arranged according to the s\3tem ot LiamauS'. Bvthe Kev. W. B1^(;LEY, , Fellow of the Lin,.a5:ni hocicjy, and I,iteof St. Peter's C�t� lege, Cambridge. . This ^\nrk h.is iiecn i>ro;-.i>uiiC'-d 1)y competent !Hdges,botb at home an-l aliroad, to be one ot the most eidertaiinng in the entire ciinipass of i.iti^r.ituro. its f^aiKlaiiort into the 1-rewll Lau;{mgc, its republtealinu la Amrnra, and tae r.ipidsale or' successive large Editions at huine,.are id maiiv de.r.ioiistrjtive proots of the liighcstr'natioii iH wbivh it is held by uatuni^ li�t5, by Conductors of beiniUiines ot Education, aiidby the Public at large. . Printed for Richard Pb'ilips No. S, Bridge^street, Black-fnars,andt�behad ot aUl'.<).)KscIl i.-, Ot whom uiav be h.nd. The ELEMENTS of NAiURAL HISTORY, fHr the uie of Schools and 1 ounsj Pei-.^.m, n itn rii.Hr ived rcpr.'sei!-lutioiis ot J'wo liuisdred ubji-cts. By the Rev. V%. Mavor, Mi n. Rector nr.'itonei'hel I, iVc. i:c. price (.s. biiund, or lOs. 6'd.With the Plates Coloiiral. FUilTIll'lR Proofs of the Eliicacv of the Rev* Dr. BARCLAYS ANTIBILIO'US PiLLS. From Til o.m.isBca.VEKo, Esq, I �pperOcsce.'it, Bath, Jtslv S.'i, 180'). Sin.^Onrec�4ptof lUi.i), I reqin-st yoij will v.-nd mesiTdua*. blebawso'f.-/our ilARCLAV S ANTI RILIOL'S PILLI', and twrlvo bettlcs SPEC-U-U:. lael , -' : or the 1 ist tourteefl veais 1 n.nve oecn ailliut-.-d v\it�i tlw (jimt. a-td tor the last four , iMrs this is tiic lifit letter 1 have been able to w ntcj tihich ltauik�uglit tube addressed to ' >oii,a�knovilcdgiiif my perte-.-t eun' by rising vimr.Antnitlious Pills and fpeCltic. l.im. Sir, vournuist obliged huuiblebervanf. The Rev. Wm.liarclav, Lmilon. THOS. DERNERPw The Rev. William Barclay strsBzly rccom*end5 the Pills asa tainily .Medicine, being'perffttly imioccut iut:!i.*ir eoiii-position, and particuLirly usi till in removing all v.i.-ijji iif'ts arising from a bi'deiitar-v llaUitot Life and disonl;'r .i Mor iiiaeh, from whence proeeed those c�iit;:iv.,-;l S:llous veus.^liid >{ck ll(vj'1-:ichs, H iliil<"iiei.-�, lnd:T.-�tWi;, Ifcart-.JXHUsJjuumax'f Ye;ij��:,andJ'uU�d I.eveiy,&c. J    . Snld wholesale ani retail at Mr. Butlers, No. 4, Ohenp* si.le, cDnicr of Patermj.-tcr-row ; .nnd r.'t:iil by muat t.,ou[iiry IVtedicine \ e.'iders, in Boxes, atja, !!d. e.'.c!:, Observe, none ran be i;vii�ine tli;|f bus pnt the r.ne oF W. Bar(^*iv eojiravcd or.a Black '^tanip, whiehIs aauted round ttieout?ide"'v.-raiiiK-r ior-;live Aiediciiie isintuch heput* . as to be i)5�d and recir.nmended bv many of tlje h acuUy, .For NERVOUS UiSORUEllS and i:;\\ .iHl> DECAYv Loss of .Memorv, ! eebleuess, ' Jjiiiunessof Siglif, H'Wfoiiot the Mind, Pains of the Back and Loins,   Paralytic ComplaLits,&c. 'iYemblings. :. HUNTER'S RESTORATIVE BALSAMIC PILLS, Country (ieutlemen and otijei-s are aitoraied thiit t.'u-y oiav bi-siip \ ;i i-ourseor dbsipate-.tpleasuets^'-;. sr indeed bv anv otJier �a\iae>.  Kvci-v ihnpni'lnceif tre^h aCi roiinti of the singular suci-esi at tftrgiiivuliKslikf .Rfiloritttve" Mi'dierne, and many gentlemen base bu^u^aJidififhiiw^ to-di'elare, tli.it ij hasiueeeetieu la eases ^iie uieitbure guard against th<-.ravages of tiiia^; ''f^tli�.0uriosi(i(t8 nnd�tieper^ in tbtU^KuVir�w*y IWitlkata-lmi^rary of the Hnads t� and jfromwb Place., '"^^r �Y the Cifltoebfthe Plctufo of^Lpiidttn.    , ^. �Fhi^tV'oritl^kQTOelMiiuitl^&rand WWb sp i^ivMMUy p&Toved i}f ti>r,it$ C�gaua iSy.f(i/� Kil J'my8elFbi a liaiuifcrun^ dfd i.�t arkiLoaJieilgo Ui>i gre^t bvneiUk, tt^y^yii oui. Pthir meJ�ciMMjijid,b�en,Jiie� ttf^.pur, Cherefar-S al'l�b>i|;irT havcoeco lnj:tebrt�j;5!f atqp 'Small Vn sl^ - r Jiave nut mct>^^l��Ay 4iN;IsteBhonb,^ hi all Vpni�ci�,uf,J>lHdicine m 'Pwwa an*0�iiy�t ;U,.34rt>*h0x/or t^ ^^gcrhlwet,�nly ]XJ�\> ....   

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