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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 23, 1806, London, Middlesex                                (-ff^IJTS. present Kycning Jiis Majesty's Ser*aanl� I , Will act aX'"medifcalkd'v_, . THE CONSTANt C^OlJI'r.T?. _ iids, to oij'eriny-scU to your iioiice, at     �imt>. as a C.ir.rlidAlf fort'ic hoimiir |r|^IIIS ^)i(-sctvt JCVESflNG will l^i performccl To-ir.(!croH',,/fhe Beggars'X7i>;ra.    . T LWF.FKf.Y NEWSPAPER. 0 he DTSP0SP:1> of hy PRTVATE con- f fAc^ 'HI fardpii.___^    ^ ____ Vo�kfiiJrRE.-vi?!F'rErJrnntjsaxo pott .  ,    F,STATT?-of-tl�enbt)V(* �V"a1uf,sit�ntft \v\ tS^ N'ortii JjidiiKc of Yorlcshir'.s .l)ctn'?fu Yorit aiid3"liirski and t1ir� r.iitrpi- Y*�i;k t^c.morcdssVraWc.  Tlio Price arid pjrticulars  tfi 'u- for-ivjyd'd-      i>.Vidv4rf -Mr. Candlpr, Solicitor, Tad- . c n', 'i''� aMtsnablf? Security wiiat.-vpr-A c^DnsideraWlo sii^ r :idv' to adttw^p ~Hf o^r Personal .Spcurity on1v>-The lAiinirtUf in nU^rasi'Sredipniable ai.thc option of tHo bor-,.,^jv,.f _jVi>sonalapplieati�as'rppPiytv,l pvpry d.iv iietnTfO tlR- iiDiirs oftvv 'vp a!id four, at tlie PHicp of Mr5sv3. Car and .'."n. Air-str.-tt, Piccalilly.-L'^tt^, post paid, dii'f-- p.-^fpiided t''.' � .      � . PTVE THOTTRA>fD tiJUXlTP. , .A GT^N17J'^MAN is flosiroiis of laying oiit tKo _/*- w'''>V,' nr any pri'i t of I'le atiovc Sum, in the PTIR-C'l^\^^"�f ANXnrriES,s.M;uml i)h Ffptehold, Copyh(>ld, or L>r,;->';b''.ii ".-.statos, .tilnrriage SettlPmJ'nts,. or any nth-.^r PriipcrC', a'!ig its , Your most obedient and m'o-t ctithfnl hum'.de stTvant, Mansi.):i-'.nmie, Oct. 19. JAM^..^ SII.VW, .M.ivor. To tUe FIMU-;nOLl)I>U.S of PKliTlISIJIRE. ' - .  . yjic';;uALHN�*dFffG>;, ocit. isjlfiO). " JL  tifn i^aiiy do J.ei-nliij f^ive Jjiulice, t/(�f on Tuesday,' ,Ueaiijt.iiiilimty -Mr. lUciisi iA^fr'-i^gent nt^drUm^il/iy tcill he. reiidy tu recvine Tendfrii in'ixAtins (sealed up,) I'ur .........................iSE      ��    ' such ijifiintilha of KILNDIUED PiiASK-a?-Wer. jViijeslys yiii.mtUhgi^Storcsatlliiitl'ortf'iii Ihcspwe ofiii>e 7nuiiflifi-um Clic daU of- the Cqntrnrt; ami lo .tie paid JgrJiif;, tiilti pitijiihk, Kiih lui^.rest, niiietij dit^t lifte.r 'd{iie>       '7 a'. U. I'roposuli-I'or- a k.^a quandli/ t/ian TKe>lt'-fice Qtinfteis nil/. b,:/dtiilVin tu.       ' ' Tht iiindilinn:: of (/ic. Coiilrqrt mniflie sei,-i al the. Ojjice "I the  J;;tul ^iihiiUkv (\t i'oi'ii'jmatdh'iifar'Kjaidi .   '   . An iii^aii] icitl    liild la (ihi) I'tmdi"' in n'A/.A llir Price xh'iU i nitl In: iniei'If.d in icurd:i :U Uuglui_ui\iiiiti MitU not br. diUicf.rfd at iV!r.:Rec�ks J'ii-th'� i>^C!oik    JJif' 'said 'iuHAny, the 'i^lh iniil T>3 ClRCULATIpX of JJOOK''", /!id uM )Vr.,()rH iaterMte'! in tie, Ccojiouiical andtaH:i."al INS rilCCTlOV of YtlljTH, are re-pectfutly Ji.f.in.u-;, T!ia CORRMC), VV".'-.L&-PHlN'Tt::iJ, H7L-iiEOTY ?V. 'E?)r.l-lONS o. tU� iVilvv'.ii Vf.or.ki, at tr.-. jiUir.cd Fri;- iviil htf iu thee >i!-^ -.j' il.Citidaduring lUe Ye.ii-lfti'', viz. � .OREl'.li aa4-L\tI\., T �ill by >,';)lvii'.'v to the ftianufaelurt r, Samuri. nt'prv, Eristol,  g tiie riitrhber of slieels iutfuded to be iiaiiivl oa, aproprrquuritily willbesent. "        Koil'I'lii: cmowTii OF hair. � ADii'^S GJ'^NTLF.A] RN who wi.sh fbepr, i nanioat of: i V IN V, I rr. a11 of IIa1H ,� ,need mdy inake n ("!>�< trial bf-the ROtiSIA OIL, partietilarlyas the u^e of Oils arc f(m;id so necessary to moisten the ilair when dressing, tor whit h pwroose tiie Russia Oil hiisjiflw become iii ti!-o by tlii Roval Family, a. d Ladies of the first circle. It is i"i nonrisljeraml improver to its iirowth,{)reVentii its falling pll", and is so great a. �prc;servi"r and strenf^thener to tlie ILiir, as to, prevent it bfcomirig bald or tur.iui^- iirey, to the l.itest period; alsorjistores the iLair bn b?ild places. Several (iiMitlemeu, who have been bald for years, have declared, nfiorVjiing the RussiaiOil regularly, for three ir.ontli.s, became nearly covered with hair. It will seive as a substifute for I'rtniiitum.' It i� recommended'to Lidiei who ii,-e dressing iriins, as it prevents tlielil-ellects on as aned by their liciit.- Price Ts. per- bottle/or one hoiUuuiini!;, foiir sinall, at a Guinea-^Tn be had of the Proprietor, 33.J, Oxford-street; and, by apppihtment, niith, Perfumer t ^heJlUSSlA Olt W of Uair on H6r^s,''vtti;cli often proves a gireat disfigurijmcnt t� those v�luabteitai�'rtn�ilif.^0rder8 from any .part of the Country, spnt: b^jienti tting the irion^y in;a letter, dilrcited to �r. PrinjbeVSS'J, OxforJ-'street,-:,i;ood,^^^^^       V , Caution t-^^'roirftHfe'cefebrity which the RUSSIA OIL lin5acquirn; 'in  Li,.;*'!. r]OIIFi succ'.rss of my Canvass some lime ngo, JiL while i,t assured me of the rnntinninei' 'if vour j;on(I opinion, and of the coii?equ?'nt high honour of rt-pi-esentiiig yrtil in tie ensuiiifV pMiiiainnf, li!l>'d my mind with senti-mriits of'lhe most liv-ly and siiicer - gratitud-, and swnu'd ti> tuaku' it iinMecessary fyrine to trouble yini.furtherat niwnt. Some exprepsio:;'?, however, of'(leii -lat Cainpl)eil'� late .\ddre?s to voa oblige hic to remind ray Friends, that 1 an still opposed, aiideaniestlvto,solicittli--ir attendance, y> h-ii-ever a Oissolufio/i of Parliament shall occasion a liew Election. I have the honour to remain, _   � Oentlemcn. Y'our most obediiciit and devoted humble RervaT't, THOfl. GRAHAM. B%owaTi, OctjlS 1803, To the OENTLEMFX, CL'!;R0Y, and FREEIlOLOi-.RS of f!ie C'OUXT Y of OdRSET. �'"iliNtl-KMEN, .� � F: bfiing intimated to me (hat Mr. RROWXR iiiteiVfis toxlefliive oiferiji^ hiiii*elf fortW'i Cnimty, I am pnccfiira^-'il, by fh'.; aatteriii;;opinion ajid ur^rwl ailvtce of miriv estin-ible Frends, to o3>r myself to your notice as a CatiflidaU^ fpJ-thc ho.iorrtfl!eiii,'rf>iie'pfyour-'Rc{ir.^entat ii the next l'arl'.ament..ShoJld you be f>(dac,sd to; plar+; so ' hij;h a decree Ofvcb'tfi Iriire in me, I beg ri>ai.t rcarneatiy to asiuvtt- yii, tbat yoa r,riv rely on niv mo-il zealous attftutioa,-an:lritmd;"XLi;-M �^N, CLERO.V, and OTJIEilS,lhe ..�.��'�' Aliv" ElX'CTQRSofAyLESJJUKY. � .   ,(T^^^I.Etat;,r>, ��� IN con.sctjuonre of the Run\onrs of tlic immc-di.ite Dissolution.  f Piirli.ament, T pnsurae to address mysdl" to y pu, aiid to re)e Servant, , Ort.'2u, 1806. ,    GEORXiE NUttEN'i'. 3'.) the (u.X rLI.:-\i.cli',i;r;- y, and eret:holors . of .>he.ft APj:_of iJitA.M 15i;i{, and the I;M.:cTORS of NEW SKOiiEitASiiirithe Cbui^ty oFSUSSEX. ' .f'tKNTi.r.'yiFN, "TJNDF.Ii tho-oxpectafifin of a sppctly .Di-s.-folu-%..) tioJi of Parliameut,and j'lpportfd by tli.'stroiif; Independent InteVebt of tiip' Rape ant iloro'agh, I hav.e the Ivanour to olVcr niyseif as a C ediii.'.umlile Servinf, CHARLES MERRICK EURRELL. Kncpphear, We.Mp'im.-t'-J, Su-s"v, Ortolitn- vO. .       ' To the Cil NTEI:.MEX,.CLEK',;A , iind I-Ki-,i;UOLr)i;RS of thecouxty of EUi;C()N. S an opinion pret*ails gcnivralty^ that a DiSi ,..�o)ufion i)f the Parliameiit-.vill speedily take place, J think it ineuuib.�nt upon me t us early to i'ntimatv, that in poiv-r to.givc thatdiiigi ariceof the trust requires, butihill solicit your permission to retire, abuiidanHy gralitieil by asunsc of 'mv past condiict bavin;; attracted tlie" honourable notice of thi> Graiiil .Jury of ihY' County, as also of the Gran'l Jury of the adjoir'iiiig' County of Monmouth, as expr.ftjcd in their respective Reso-lutio'nsat the last Assiae?. � 1 have to entreat your accept:jnpe of my cordial thanks for the repeated marks'of your favour and confidence, and of my sine-wisiies, that tlic person, whom you shall elect to re-pn .e I voii in tin;.cDSuinsfPajliament,"will s^rve. yiiu witli' equ.a ndelity an 1 attentioo, and at the same lime witli greater ability. Arid 1 beg leave to assure you of my remaining, with "unalterable attacbmtnit, ! .       Y'ovr most obliged, And nioat obedient Servant, CH.VRLES iMOltCAV. Tredegar, Oct. 16, 180". . ' I" '^felVLU^E^M PL A iNTS.-A Medickl Fact, the mstiniportaHt to the Fair Sex, and indeed to hu-tnaii Nature, hiis been maay years in acodrseof demoibtra-tibn, ftnd'in cbntPit with thfe strongest prejudices, that there exists a Vegetable ftJcdicine, superior iii cUicacy to all the inconvcniencics of all the preparations of minerals and metals; and the proofs of its eilicacy, In the most delicate und CIit^calc^8e8, leaviS no doubt on any eandid iriniud, be-criuse tlicy have been afl'ordcdby apruiliKiousiiuiinboroftiub* iecli, ill thckiiftwlcdgo of the most cm-brated Pli^iciaits arid Surgeons;- arid thp api^ljyiis of it by Cliymists otf known .X3� dcrs .per b(�tlloi and byallthcrespcctaUtei'Mcdlclric Vi'u^. ,^.-�in tfttvuaiid C6unf  {(ssumite irs n'ttlttd orpropi^ttics, atcfr t�/ , 'H KAIMH AIA-^HKH, ic'iiiii  Vcrsio.je' J'h idiii-i Eezre. , . lyaVvsnnV: T.eV'cori to tbe Xcw �'TcAt'tinein. Xov. Ti-;;tinrntum. Lit, TIi. �Be-.-...  Ca;.>aris CommeriTO tarii .      . (,ii?er.)f.is Oratio- .n.' leit at IJra.MUtu, tried oa a,c!u!r.:;e- of hlivjii;;' sol 1 Pnhlicitions reil-Ptin'; oa inr (;overn:u"ni of iio.Kip irte, condemned aiidr teeutcd. He was ojered i\U life,' oa condition of ^tivin;; uh the n.iniMof thej.\nthi)i-s who.ic writi-iR? Ii id olUiniUnl till! Ue...p!)'.; but lie .scorned this breach of rimrt-dence, ant magi ininrmsly se.iled !).s fait.i with liis bi.io.l; beipieadiina; to tiiosir uao.'O liv.sjhehad thu.^ saved, at (he  nee of his o-.vn, th.- t isk of reenrdiiiij to the wnrld the lii.-liiry -if tuisoutr.i^v on tiie t(.i is, the i'*ived'):n oftlie Pre:is, and the LiMTty of I'l; lii;livi(ln li, tins fres;) vui-J.ilionof .'ill those sacreii-ties Oil Mlnch a feratiou.j L.'s.irper lias too Ion;; and too sucee.-sfully tiunipU'';!. Air; l*aliu liasl.etta diseoiisnl.ite V\ iilow, e.n.l live de:-;t!t'.',lo Cliiltirei!; 1)V providinj; for whom iirilon.s will, at tlie (i.mie lime, pr.ielaihi tlieir ailmir.itioil of tae priiiqipL'S of l �� he-' roir .\litrtvr,their(t.^t'Statiiin of tiu-I'yiMiit linuer wlio.  mnr-deioni ni.'uidate he fell, and fuli^l one" oi" tiie Hobk-jt duties of humanity. Auwunt already a.tiv.-rlised     -      L.,'wl  6 MOisi.itii'tioNS ii.vc: n       v Ki). Thomas S'.ioae       -      ~  ^ . l{rowii,Ros;-rs,S:lirowii i)  b His Serene Higliness ilia Prince de ('oiicie      1;3 V/illiam Curlij, jun. .    a The Karl of Cl()i'!aiel,per I'nnsom and Co.      i0..1,0 j .tord.'iiiieaiid Sii.aw       i3     I llii'/.iird, Duriie, and Co. j �lo.seph Alder 1 lienj.imiii Keeiie     r   5 J'.'ter Coxe _ J);iiiiel Rainier iluniphry iSallard .Lihii Alo'i-sau  John Plait A\illi.^in, Murdoch C. Sundins        -San Newspaper , AYiUiaui lJuUiier Proprivtors of the Litc- rai'y i'anorama 2 S n. C. Ware - 1 1 Thns. JonL'S,Esn. M.P. 5  0 i:. n.        -       11  Edward W.araer,        .'2 '2 b o ; I) .'2 o � 3 1 10 liJ 11 Tho. C. Wi.riier .'oslin.i iiiii.^iit ThoiTKW .\ulby X. Lloyd t:;apt. SVilliiim-ioa .'lir. t.'-iriuri^ht Isaac Solly        ' Thain.iS .)i)hnp? Tiie Riv. ltd. Kinsr, per I'raed and aiid !.'!�. ii Row,- IvO-.v, liio.iiV, and -,iit-viv. '.:.  - -  �'  -) The Rev. Tlio.Morican 1 Cierar.l .S o'.d X Oi'ls, t.iv\. :M.'I'. . - 5 Daniel Rainier o; {{..KdwaiMs , - 1 M'Tarish, Fraser,& Go. it Daniel Iveith - -Z Charles Oixba - '2 A. Girville, : .... 1 Count dc Walsiein 5 Couiii PfaiieDliirfren 5 CoUiku.^li, Eoyd, and ReiU : - 5 ! f fi>n Or.'iinniaiv fircct; , i--- , HluXCI! .-.n.l SPAMSjr. � .\u iv'Mii I'l-Mt imrnt. j i,t',-.'u>;v�.TrHtaitier!to...(. .. ' '..e- 'nlVfntcrci.ieTe'i-i'it.iiic, 1 U'JLai. de Gil Ul.is de :iaiitil-!   I.ijr-;      . . I Les f ablp? dri    -.^-lilvitid. ENfiMSH aoU tV , . \Ai.. trtdsinith'^ Hijtor^ .u   .n-^--laSid; �        -...-^   i      , i -    .� - Rainan JiijUi!y� j    ----__ Jjist. rff CiceceJ i .(ohiison's I>i"ctio.'j.-Mry, iJvo. Fiditlds Speaker, improved^ -JWbs \MfJ\3Mx<       - .^ Lowlb fc LiifelL'd Grauiniar. l'41Kl"i-SbE\ClxiiC=. Un.ver.-.il Sp: ilia:? Book. Y !;i"jl hanctijdil. , '1 c^tamem Xcv. v�l L' I'jino; Gradus ad Varaa.^'U'ri. ychriiveili Le.' n. ( orniTii t.)�lU>qi!i.i; LiJii (Iruiiiu.ir, Latin. I > (py' ,Thi: Sti^rcotvpo Art having been ad'ipted by (iio Viu~. sities of t:a'e.i)i-iJge. a.id O.rfora, L�r tlie i'rintiiigof ti^^ varinus LdilioiM o,'tl;e Kn-.Ie, 'i'i--t:iiiient, and !ior,R of Coirt-nioa Prayer, (.'.npies of everv tmifhr-rt Work', whether Stu'-j rv".)tspetl in i;a!nl)r dfje, in Oxford, or liv ."tlr. \\1 L->().\. r.ill !)� coiist.intlY Itep'. for inspection at t.ii 0'.iicc,'wHcrj every fiee.e-':.,rv i.Moriaation wtlJ b{.'c(';HniU:)i(a: OXAPA!lTI'; and the FIlil-N'Cl 13 under his coxsl'late. Siibsrriptionr! art? received at tfieJJar: JafLloyd'i CofTee-houJc, an.lby .ill tU.^ fiankerf. in the Atetrtipolis. THK LIFK OF WASHi'.UiJ'O.N, COMPLETE^ '\fR. rUUAAPli has tiit.^ Sati.^faction to.infDrTn ..vJL the iiuaieroui !--urchasers of the iME.MOlRS of the LIFE of GEXr.RAL '.VASHiXGTOX, tli^ he !iaj Jiii-i)ay received frow y,i: Busiiutii) SVASiiiS^ov tiie >.lji-iitiieript of (he rcm.'tiaiiig Volume of lii.it important and iiiv.iluiiiile _Wnrk, neettinp mie.l 'by Ten !Ji-.i.winof R.Vltlcs aii'l'iVIiiit .ry (Wi'rations, iiiT;)::red ti.ie.l, under the diroction of the ^ireat a!|d illmtVr.jas Ch.ir.;..'jr ^liijcJii-� eeived-.ind e.-u'cnteii ilieiri. The lilieral  *i.>ii-a>*n. � ) A A 1> A lit K, and tii c K11 i'] N C1! 5' l^O P L 5 V UXI)ER his li-ViPiUE ; by the the Auir-rrof  tit-' te iin.l tiie 1 rei'.eh I'cople uiiilor' iiij Co.isur.itc;" Xi jio- naiiarte iin.l tiie Frei'.eh I'cople uiiilor'iiij Co.isur.itc laU'd.frOni (hr tienn.in. , Ale.-sfi. I'l fi'.:r., ,iiid Ricn.vnr.s respeclfnil-^ infenn til' Puhlie, t!;:lt th.v h.-.ve.jiijt rct-.'ived.fi'>m l".!*- C'li'' �it t., ; iiriginal of tMe aliive \Vi;Mv. T he (;e:;!!cni;in';'r:�:>l .i!. jiii tii^y have oi>;.ii/e(i it is lio.iv r.sident iij 'wis '.laatry, :.a t;.:!!o from his naiive land, oii .-tcci'mit of the ^ii ire \\ hied h;- Iiai4 [ in the pui)li;;atioa of tiiis dainning record of tiie weakness- and 'atriicit.es of Napoleon. Eititiftil iiiiit J-.>.'liA(i.>. iii IH.I, MJCt   I'V .. Right Hoi;nnr.vJ.,le LnrJr rEKiXMOUTli. : Pre^idelit. I..-*'____i.i; .......I..  ..!.'�.- x'ii..v, .T,.:i. i.iVit/l--, ;i..^ld ny Mr. Thoiaa? Smith, at iiie Suciety's .D'-positi-iry, Xo. t;s i.ittl-.'.\!o(>;-;ic!u'.-.;, Lund'.ni, .aiid li,, ail IJook^o'.I. ra in t e (Jnitel :vi ^^Ja;;;. with the approimtioii ot'iiie li:;ri!est Authorities iii.these Kiiy-(loni!?, has O.-cii ai-kno(vl';d,^cil ti) be a Literary .Moniini'.-nt wortliy of tlje llerp .�,ho>e Aciiofi-i iit.'d V irki;'s it r.^fori:-,-and ii likely to be ri'ioked amon,   -X EL-ffqX; . BMiii^Msii i:i> wira KicaiT f(i i'!'=;i  i.i h hieii he was enjr.iffed ; V'ie>v of nii; i-au-ounter witii Admiral Tyr.:^in. Coaiin-an.lerof the f^panlsh F'lotiihi, oa the xi^iit of th? ,'d of July,-1/07; and a Fae-Sinil-'of his EorJsUip's Hand-writing: ,   Tliis Uav is paiilj-ihed, price lUs. ud. in lt.)rird>, "FMOlilS of j,,ord V'ij^fontit XKLSON, with Service; aniou^ w hoin arc, Tlie l.arlof St. V.ini;ent Lord \'isc)unt Hood Lord .Mulgrave-^i.r.Hyde Parker l.ieut.'.f iovgrimr Locker .   Sir-Peter Parker Lord Hoth.-'m '�, Captain Robmson      , Sir laUvard Berrv.   ^ ' Sir Uoiitdea Tho.iipvon. Sir Frederick Thesigef Lord Collingwond Bv .H)HX CHARXl^CK, i;sq.F.S.A. Author of the Biogr.ipaia X'avalis, History wf Mariric Ar-' chitccture, Vic. London: Printed for H. O. Symoatls, jL\attraoster-row   and Parry, LeadenbaR-street; and A^ticrhe, Co'nihUI.        ��>-   .".v.    LIBLRALEIiL'CAEIOX. This day is published, in two larpcp Volume's Octavo, price, Igs. boards (or in 17 Xuiubers, to beMad by. one or more  ata time, price Is, each) each S'umlKT .containing fifty-sii" pajjesof I.ett^r-prcss, and the wljo1&'�Mribi>Bished witl* twenty-si.x useful and elegant Copper-platei, . rflJJK ACC0MPLISIIKD TUTOJl; or Gom^ ..JL pleto System of Liberal Eduoation, being an Xntroduci tion to Scientiilcal Knowledge,- ;yid OoJtwl Ai;coirii>lJsh- nial-StocJi-hi)ldinff'aiid Merchants' Accora^ili-Meusur-ition , and :.\rchit�tuiv-Optics-^.Vlsebra---Poctrine of.Vnauitic----Tris i>iioiiielrv-- i .oga 111 Smj^-Ct^ograph y - \si roiio! chanU-i^Eleetdc"iJty--^Patfooiatif's--.ilydr!Mtaiics-ilydirau-lics-Hrawing, Engraving, and Painting, uud a variety of othtTuseful matter. ' * SECOXl) EIXITIOX,.CORRECTED. , By TiW>MAS HODSON'. 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