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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 30, 1806, London, Middlesex                                1h .N*^. 4,451. T- ifxivdSBHmour.Mt. ! llistonUamiltim,       lliSWdons, ; :�.��.,        ,>V.itb.TllKFrfiri*y-.l'MIKV'ri-aJ/--.'. , Salunfjiy, Much Ailo'Abo|jt-Notliing; with The Soldier's ' il^^^^*'" |!*"'�^-I'Wlna is ill preparation, And wfll be speedily ,  - 'riU^'iRK^rtOYAI, CrtVKNT-(.\RI)Jb,N. .r-JlHlS pVcsbnt KVKA'JNG will be performed Dkiik; Oj)rr;i of nrn Mr. I'KlIjinivj Ro?ftia, by tiic. \ oung Lady cruvii i'ollv int.If Bejrgitrs'OprM. I'Ki'iUICHlO. with rcopiiiK ioni. ,tnnr!'(>v, Speed,(iif I'ldii^li; ,   TifK Hlrt H J.;ST PLAN- O F lU) AK I) I NO.  �   *ff"'(HlH flJoiiK adilrtssos PerSrtHS- (five .-or six) of i.A llif {ir?t Cftiitiatiim aiid reterfUex : it is prculiarlv - �4iMWv!'^l # iditer."** an < toblish-jrt�it Aif tti'rf rtnti!   lo such, tills wllUniijfcci),. hMound a' . �  " - ^�t3��i*?Pi MJ fkf.^rt^^U iipt!ff.�rtocc; the ae-romnvudati-iw^ afa , '  ''Wffinf-m^ll'AWtftHHSHp'tlui^&Wy^g^c-pf Jre.ll i[^!iutv i   I hedUtiiirt*fri>�> binn but "i.imiles;� vai '>�� i'�J�l.'9jaJ-Neu-splper�, Servant-, inn-, uml 5*ftVTr�^il�!iv (irinavviioibebr.iuifhti 'J lit:^ii)iiour of a li-ft -r, ^:tffl)!^lHm� jtud U'ldrew, dyeetod to. /, and h'ft(i)"SUjff Ii-.'e), *iUi ;�Jr. iJeriy, >�oii!tereT, atwfciier-iticet, Caven-K'Sfjuar', toiidon, (wbo catuirtt give tbeItvist inrioicil iri-matioii), wtl! eoinruaiidtlic modt coiifidcinialaiteiitioii. ivo n.\j  t;Af'i'i'Ai,s. ir.NCOMMON. lilCH AVjllvKL CONTAINS ... .I'riies of.'...;...... L.a>,rd-,stie(.-t,- -iiTul't i. St. ;.riiiii.bVttreet, have lfeIiet�,Tiirl Shares oil-SJiIe Oil f ho b*-st, J erni-Ui , ;-,.N. 15. Pri/A'i tc any amomil piiiil o:i deiivnird. R''.60KE'aW (..'(J./i:57, ricfjililiy, osl.iljlibhed &.453ji'e:trs~ia*fr>eni!-e ri{:Klvrs :4iid SHARKS, wiir-TailtcdTJiiidrawYi.--rhe. 'A heej is unconimoTilv /lUdi ; roii-taiiiing tM-o Piizes of ^0,^^X)^; two ol ;.l(),iinaA.; three of ..f^SOQO^-^-^v""* ^"'J')'-'^'''-^'"'^ onJv *:i,'^iit da\3 todrnw. Tfie Ni>bil!tv and Public wlio vintendi to jmrchase, are re-� <|,ue!ife&a&t�tft. Matthis (!)fticewillbe pmiloiiilcmand. ^J^lC*rATir)S'Oy,GOOI>LUCK,aBdt;o.rosporf, Jtib fullvjirq^saiioti' thaPublie,-the fScxfrDay of Ura�ing * 'l^piBesfl^. .. I 'JO(\m Ji  T�ii/e� of �%-HC-fV      *        injti lixed Gapttjl-,�3-BPXi3<..9%l RrtAftJS, warrrfiitod undnwp, eontiiiuc *^i{j iv.3ii^co...- . -  :^        ' - r ,.L.10,000. .   ...jOO STATE tOTT'ERV. Ite.^. ,      �'      ., fHiG-tth, of. I^ovember ^iil be ,the WrStdtWitflBrawinK, after Fhic*! tin re wiH refrfam hut severt jias-s mwe-tpjrr.-�w ; and from: tfie following ei- Pril-e?�f   L.'Jb.OOOr'i   P-^msof    L. 1,000 % lo/joa 7 f^^t-r-       :)0t) 'in ettTlv'fiUTchafC w rtcwnrtiendeif bv .1. IIHANSCOMU . f?rt.^,a< jt:�M^inv.!Wd,,.^^ .^S, ;iI;>.\^tket,jPiceitdiHv ; -fWr^^lhrir^iliflwins Capital Prizrti,Hcrc sold ii|/i57 Shares, fiith�l8(^'�vd present yertt,ifani�Y 4ir ,000; 2,0 �o 55,000 >'fA)s'.' 13 nndA.p;^-atpuinberof.lTOI,-.70/.M'v:e. i^'onil Share? !ln�^^ mSself-tH he tiie ohjeet ot vonf.f^voiir was my J�reiitc our approU.ttluntretjueittly and si, llatteringVy ��"-x]bressed, lia.'i bee.i.my. araple reward. � . it yoiilioimirr me again with yo�r eonlidetiee, you may rely upon mV fiiielitY. ^^lt(^ every seiitmienf ot n:bpeet; anilfejsiT tiiude, lhavfrthe honodr to lie,   ' , :    : ::      (JonVem.ii,     ;   .   �.   -  >, Vourt.iucVobligcdund humble sci-vflW,. OuOdh*' "   of ^llMM.l'Sl^.     /    ^ ^ /^�^KOnGJE'BOlJI.TON M AVSW Alil^'C;, Esq. �iJS' havtiiitderlined to oilerU inselt at theoen^uiug J IcetioM, nsa Candidale.to,reiJrc*seiittite t iiuniv ot.Middh>bx in Pai-liiiimriit, and Sir J'raneis iJnrdett li.iviil!: ni;aMi proposed lijmscltwr-their choice, the InJependeiil'i leelors, who are desirous Ol'stilt preventing tlic tioiu.t.y IcoinlK-mg represented .Uy iMr iraiiris HurJett, are r!�|uel|c(rto ineetal the !� lee-masoiiji laverii, in diwit (Jtiern-yreol, Liniolirs-fim-Celds, 'io-won'ow the .list inst. Ml 1'2 r� I'iiieJft. It ciniuotbe doubted, that alter t|ie Advertisement of .Sir Pr.tiiris ljurdett, whjch hius appeared in J u:sd:i.v s Papcr.s that the-prop^isett .Mwtiirg will bo most mimerouily altended; t'lr it would l�e ail iiwllt Oil the reftV Imbpendent and lj)vaV ! reeholdem nt M'ddlesex, to douijtthat tliev will beea-vr to tertifv tiK"irmai"kre.seiiti!ig you in Parliament ; rind, it 1 vliould a^ain havi- the happini'srt of beini^ hliao'.ivi'd 1) , yourconlirteiicr, 1 can most Riiieeicly assuri- yiVii or iiiv i^arii 'steiidcavom'.'^ to df.'crve il, by az! alo..i->aiid fjitli-lii! attention to theduiu^ nta iriMi-n import, nt, and a steady and devoted attachraciil to the inieie.-t'i ot ihi? . ountv. I have (he lioiimif to be,. f.eiiilemen, "S our inoit oblE}.'.i!d and taithtul hiimlil  hervant, - l\ A. .spj:nci.i{, Ulealieim, Octobrr'i!, 181". _ To the 01;NTLKMLN, CLLKG Y, and IN I) i:P.i,N Ui.aT FiMil-.imLDKRS of the COUNTY of OURlIAiM. (ii;WTLI5Mi:.v, T :)Iii; earnest solicitation of my Fiiemls, and . from an an.^iicus desire to preserve the peace ol the County, I am now induced (m coiiscqueiiee ot the e.\pfcted vacancy), to ofter mv services as \oiir Representative in the ensuing Parliiinrent; t!ie ntlainm'.'iit ut, which desirable object will be-considered by me as oiie of tiie most tortunalc cirrmiistancesof my lile. Ihe fa.imrot your .'support on. the dav of Nommition, .and vour V oies aiid .lnteie.�t on that of Jdeetiim, will very much oblige,. .  . , fientleiSneii,    � 'Y ourvvryoliedient inimble servants, Di.rhnm. Oct. : TilO.Vl.\S. 11);M{^  1,1 |)|)T-1.1,. lo the tjt,:Ml.ii)ii ii-s. rtfth. i. Ci:\Ti,l:jiK.\. '^�^Ol.ffl l.ito vvoi'thy Representative, Sir RIG 11. jL hill, havnii* signified his intention to retire from Parliament^ 1 embr^ice the.very earliest opportunity of making vou an humble tender of my services to succeed htm ns one of your Reptcjenlalives. Should I bEstitortuiuit-as.tofmdmy wisheshimouredwith yrtne encouragement upon the dfiy ot iNoiniimtion, I shall preMime to. request yiur future .^^upport  on tins occiisnia. The suddennesji of' tlie Dissolution of Pfir)iameiit, and othereau5es,t>t k ili'^yOuV gheil (ipSiiiOiVAVill occur, hdrsh.ill 1 be so wanting lo iBV=^Ifh'to'oitiit any exertipn^whivh ip is en.ibleiiie to im-u^oveauAiwlciKimV connection,wil.hyon. -   .-. nenil'eiuen,''W,Ktn l:iaR<-1ivy leave ot ypu for tlie present rti'h.'veriliit me,in so doiii^ to i^ure w, Lia,t ifi Ij^vpr shoulibesi)'howMn;cd,.is to bttoiiie \oui l{< prcscntative hi Pai-linment, it .shiill bemv earnest endeavowrto |astUy,!y9Vr ehovVliv the inojt^zcalAusatleiitiQrt to ytKirlnterestiii rights, jiii'd pVTvilegrs, .-huIsIkji a pers(weniuc4J,mtli;,t uidi p^j^deift \(iic WtWlitBwt'J'iave-al^vii.ys invariiibly pursiicii, and\\L cha" rould have ciititledme to ;, our iiotiee. I have tiic bonoiit to repiaui, �-   .. u R> ' ,'-    1 and iwvili�grs,.iml,l�iy apti-itveniiice i()th >t indrpwidei/l lii,e *' "...........-vr*-' 10,900   .      t �JtVWllifm.t   ...� a  .y.......,.i.>...^..,..,,,. i't5RI).   ' r^IlKiliah Sbtvilf navina: appointed Tucstlay, A' the llh day of .Novembor lii-xt, for the.-KlixJtion �E >IimlMT.'  be honoured with yourAotesand Support 011 that  rr.-'.t'r-   VV M. B.SiKT-TRTT To the (iKSTLl'.M l,N, CLKRti V , Y M),>iJ;N, rtiii FRm,tlOLlJi;R.Sot'the COUNTY of KtN'f. (.Kvri.i;,vn;N-, ,,, P,VaLlAMi:NTbcing dissplrcd, and my worthy Relation and vour oliLI^'pirseiitatiVe.- Mr. Ilo.sv-wooo, retiring from Viddir I.iie, and fnmi thcipiiiiiTous iind'respectable suiicit.-itioiisLiiave received from altj^arts of th6 County, I nni induced 10 plfcr myself to your iii>ti<:e �� a Caodi4ateot theeiHmng I'leclion. '        "   / ^- Thost- prliicipVisfbrlso muchatlachedmy nprfliy rcTi4ivc to Villi, .nre inhefeHt iii-me; v, ht an.l acted together    maiiitaiuing the sun-It otindejiciHlenrc w^Jtho-rousjhly f: It bv the MeiioPKjuf, and. it.wiH'-alvW�y4'fid an� obiect iie\tii�y heart;        -,' - "�"vHnit' met With ui^ltxlrf*! �ucc."�son niv e!HiVn- 'lunicstlv Htidt.iittitully. : liiaveflie honour to be,   .  t COiitleiiie.n,'with mneh respect,' Yojr obedient and verv  M. iioN^ ^^aot^ TotheCr.NTLEMllN. C[.t,RUT,ai)dFRlil::ilOLULRS oftbc COUNTY of YORK. CKMi.r.Mn.N,- ' PHU.MI T-ip.e to return you mv cordial ac-knowleilgmentij lor thp repeated piarks of coiifideiice-and approl)atioii with wnieh voU have alr.rudy hononiV'd 'me. \. our kind avceptniice ot 111 v pant�erviees, encoura-,;e;sine t'!ofliT mysell once more a (.aiididalefor tite high honour ol repre.^enfini; you 111 Parli.'iTueiit. TliiiU'rli I dare not a linn that mv Parliatnentarv conduct has been free trom error, I can truly assure yim that, it lins been my coiivtnut and earnest iti*.leavoiif to disclt.'vTge the GENERAL ELECTIOS. Tii IhcCESTLRMEN, CLBROY, atrt FRCEHOLDnRS ��^      �   of the COU.VTX of BUCKS* U npIIK A$.iuranqes ,ot flnppoff, ithrcli I idtc /�'ved frmn vario�jfti<�*trMi�ertaWt QiJarten., ..nd ,,, toiifijifnce.that.l haVcno�'alMise*th� tnlM,'*hich the Partiality ottn�'*oi�h� first recortmrnW me to yonrnuttn; ha* mdurjd you.1111 hreeSu retrosein lii^* embolden me againio offcf yttoiny ggfrtces upon Jhe prrjv-ot l:.lection ipporti I bare' day I have thp Himnvt to be, riciitlciMert, r . ^ Y'ourmost otn!8fj!fltbdnd>r�; .Servant, .SCOTT TlTCHFlBLD. TolKoGLNTLteMKV   of the diltlcs of my important trust. With i idepeadeijce, liifelity, ai!u diligi'oei*.  Should I be agrun honoured with your approbatnip, the same primipl'.'s will continue lo govern uie, in thedt�Uuargc of my political dntie.". - .    . I'can sc.irei"ly be moreboun.l to vou thin I already nth, by the ties ot grutitii'Je andalii'ction, but I sh.ill terl, if po*^ .cible, still mure than ever deijironsot proving that 1 am uoi' altogether unworthy ot your choice. ' lam, OiHitlemen, V our faithful Senwit,  . j >V. Wli^UiiRFORCE, October ir^lSO:;. :.   �   ^  ' ' 'l'0House. Oet.^1, IS'Q". F To. the (;i.;Nn.LsMK.V, l.LiJKiV , and A I:0\IANUV, JNI)1:P1;;N1)LNT FRl':]:tJOLI)l';itS of the county ot �U')UCKSTKR.-(ii;.\ri,i';.Mi;\, IN the absence of my Uncle, Vt'co-Admiral LliRKl'.LL V , who, bv an eninlovmentiit Ihe .Service ot 1iis Kins and Loniilrv, is iii'cveiitcd tniin pa^�>>; Ids p..'r.;onal respects to vou, I take Ihe lilierlv of soliciting vonr Voles mm Interests to plaec hiiii aaain in lue high and rc^^iieclahli! .'^�tnalioii (it voiir Representative y a .Situation vvhidi he has tillfUmore t;iaii ! nirtv Vears. Should this his nuht earui.^t wiJlibe'icfowncd with siieecis, l>v vour kin.l Suppoitv yon may be asMired. that his mircnriN tmg e',ifieavours lo pconiole tho VV eltare ot'tlie l,'niXeJ King, itoni in ireneral, and the J'rwperitv id his Niitive (Joimiv ,, partitulari w.iU he everted with the gr.'Otest pride and-|>!ea-."ure ! and penult ine t-fVadd, that you will, at the same tiiiYe ,' confer a lasting obligation 11!), (ii'iitleinen,    ; A\ ifligreat ri;spe.ct",; .     , \ our oidiged mid otiedieai hirmble Servant, Berk'-lev Cnslle,(7ct. -^i.   _ __UURSIJ^V.' i'o t he a 1; Nil J-. :\l f, N, CI, I vR( i V , aiue F R K i', 1 lO iTorritS of the COV N i'V PALATINE of LANC-MTFlt-�  Gr,\ri,i:.Mi;N, � A. , JXss.oiutiou  of ParliamcTit   havinij taken J\. place, 1 seize tlM^ earticsfiy^portumty ot soliciting vonr Vot(jsaiid lineiest at fhc ('iisniug 1.lection.   .Mter tvventv-. two. veai^ spent in youl- service, during a period perhaps the fiKut interesting and important'in our IListorv, it would hir presumptuous 111 ine to truuble yoii with |u'iifessionu ot tstarc .....1....    f*"................-.....� ^ HK qNst>!uqoi> of Pafliamenyfc taTia^ fjtketttj pi 11, I feel R ti-jtifcaary 1� ttMa(� tbat u'�t&jm-\ lent'wmaxfCitaolKi^niv'MfVicv. - ^      ' 1 eA^!i^'i^i&\^^mSiiis: wfmiinmiitkiMmtiak 'i m pi^rttrm ir ,nd w�A6--t ttwWi!,W injr frirtid*. �bMe tr�x' 1 partn'.Iity.ttiore thao liajrinititt of my ovrn^ placed me in. idvlatCfHiMJiignished iiitaftfi^;' ' To the beiitot inr lcno>�lit4ta;f , J8(W. IJ.  tain a continuation of your �I f.tvour; the Public lnt'>r.'si, which at this aivtnl criHs r�- J � ipiires to be .so p irticul irl v utteuded to, sJia'l ever be, nsf.ir a* wy julgmeiil c;i�  tiiie, a��d aS'U^verbas b��itv ntv only ub'iert in the discharge Afii'v P.irliam ntarr dutyrj nor can 1 t.)ri'el the dou:)le ^^Intv; w'n^rh the �-tn-ition"�f the Ciiniitv (it .-sussev requires frum me i my tar , as well as ( ;vil capacity, being ;it itna tune hoi.ouivj with its det..iu- s..rv-ivf Pr;:.;hto.!, Orl.L'.^ CllARLKS LCNOw' iiid FRELUOLlJiiRS "iiee'i the only object of my amhitiol!. Ucli.ve me, (.emle-t men, with increased grvitit'i'le, and with tne trjcit csicem and deYo^ii'a. Y our niost faithful, ;' And obedient humble Serv-ati'f,' Orfedv:Oet;'2-i. .IQHN BLACKRURNF.. !- 'i*o fliV'tii-av 1 Ll'iftl IvN, t:i.i-,R( i V yawl I'll l-.i' IJOl'oLKS oftheCOUNTV PAL.VTIN li Of LA.NCASTliR. flplljtlj; distinguished conCdoftcewith which yr.u JL have hoiMirwl.iiw tor a sprits ot vear^, .by pHcjiig me in thaeTvvtited situation of youf'Represpi^iitivi;i�susutees , to nui'it the f.rvour iWc oplhloa 0} County,'wliro.se landed luterests, e,xtcJisive ?'r4d,�V-t�nrt pmbUf Spirit,'tiwiasoprumineiit a Feature Ihthe^ener.-^I pr nr\> you <�f niy unwearied'ewrtions upon evejy 'occi� a which may tend, to prqnivle theHoii.our,tbe'iifcurity, ami the^liuppimSi of mv fouidry. _      With a heiirt devoted to >o�r Service; and wit);t the waniwtiwntiiifeuis of intatilude uiut ailccUbn fitf,74^1' i^. pcat#a kindness and p:�rtialUy, 1 have the hv(u^m'ti>l)e� with't^uvKrcaieltrcs[ject, You. i vervfaithftiLwi^SedSebf Ser'iinM,' Crorf HaJl, Oftdbrr.9,S, 180S,------- To Che Cil-.N i {.I'M I'.N, CLLRC. V, offheCOl.NTl �t fir,NVLr,Mi:.\, r�l{Il'' J)i,s,soIution   of Parliament  whiri  has Ms taken olace, i'ail:� upon iiie Once more to ad ir.-.'i^ \oo, Oil tiv stilijccl ot the coun.Ttioii wnic.i hasru'.isi.sted bctweru us tdriiiore th.iii twenty-two yeari Ir.-.. past. Ihi- liiirhls liiiiiourai'd;' ;iiiir !!i.-.tiiigaisiied mawjer iij waich 1 Was ti|-st eiccted one of your Reiii(hi.T.tativ!i m Parliament ill thevear l?S!, uiut lii whica I have h.eii t.incc reelected to tiiat imporiaiit sinvition, hrwmade iinjin-sioiis ;�t gratiliiile and esti-em upon mv iiiiiid wiiicb eain.oi i>i- eiuced ivhi'!>t lite isit^ontiMied tome: ahil I should ;.et utierlv incoR-sl-,teiitwith stichseiitiineiils. if. upon tijc presi i:t occ.tsj�n, [ wcretosiillcranvselhsb niotiv.-., to prevail over tie duty which I owe to vou s 1 ti-ujt, therv-'loiv, tt\at 1 shiAl not he so inlldeiiced, but tUiv I stall act as liecomc* my ii:u:i-iion. At tlieadvaiireda2:e ta whirl I .rive r.rrAi-i;, it ir.av l>e thoeirlif that'll \�ould,be inui-s' bcion.HjS inmi inii'ieth-Jtely to r.-tire, after liaTing liiaii!v-d vou tor pa-i t.ivi>ur;,;ind vverV I to ctiiisult my ovvne.Tsc alone It ini::;!! pii>!,^l>ly liepromul-ei* hy so dniti;^; liui v^Oiir sotii J,:^ w.illo p-e, vent a eoaiest hirthe Rtprcsejit.uioi!, mi evil wlnci we h.ivc happily avoided for above thirty years p ist, and wliicli tao-1101 lie two much Ji'prec;�fed. Under these cirijiimstanc.i'?;! think it..-no.st consutent with inydiitv and oMigaiions.to tlie Cuuisiy at UrRc, to vrait tin? rcioll i�t I d^v of tioininatioii, which, I jiresMifte the liiirli ishvriJ^Vlrin think proi>er to appoint j it is mv inteiiiion thrtr to fiii-el van, and i^honli it-be the geiei-il opiimm of thxC {^�tlitig again 10 hoi.tmr inr.w ith the imp ir: vi.t trust of bein^ cWk 0/your Reprisentattve>M a t:ei� i*arliaine>it, i nil wk^Ttarfce It �s I- iHiveever dor.e, vviihtiichi,th-�isen$?otl �:r&titiKie, and vnth a d^'U rminaUqn tacviecat;' t!,e duttra of it, with mtegrity; Cdcltty, �inltotbeul�!j:.si�t my .-.bUitio; Otshould the Meeting thioK proper to .agree ni,.m.>,i> mc othertientkman to beelecteitin r.v room, I sIvUI viostehper. la filUv, 'iiid wilti the.aighest senseof the p,".rtii�bty andfkvours trhien t h.ive ulr�.>ady recei vcd, rx'sitn -�;� my trust into your hand*. . I have the honour to be, Gifitlemrn, our very muen nbliyd, An.l moagjTatefiil hu .Ible Servart, .FadlkboumHall, Oct.'ST, lSj\i. . iC^��T. ,VU'ri'ALLINri-OJT(CJE. Oct 23. I8OS Kkargv^d risk tu /i<�".t*.yiMrrtrf SlVt 0/'0^7. � on      fcAnW �l
                            

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