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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                4     .  .V WIS;(Elvira, AjVf. with the dkaF lover ^ The Belle's Stratagem ; Wh The Forty P will Gomic nuts p'fSsfipt .liiVEMINGr wilt be performed ?   tSe" Tragedy      / CORlOLlkNtJS^ otvT'he Roman Matron. ^ Witli'tnUr>-ly opw Scenes, Dri^ges, rtod decorations, . . ICiktAMai-dtt*C0ri�l4nu3'� M?.KemM laffrawl'Cavalcade.. iiofcsmansJup by the � i 1 roop. In i.ufppc, .Mcrryman by Mr. Crorsman^ Esi-i,c.s OAtWIftiWet i)f W^ttt- PaviS. ^A favoaritrvSnne, IVnew pwertJke^nH tsilleSTlW scotch: GilOST? or, ' liretiia Gr^n vBlarJcwuith. I'ruiciii.-ir Danci-r.-, Mr. roiswan, Mr. G. Dubois, ftfiss.lavliir (from SadlcrV rib, her ^xth JUjaeaKioceJiv-aBtl^JHrSr Parker.. Bl^ickr iifih, mi DabSiSTseH.^dndSandy :(v,it!i atrentiriely new nA caHftAthp COeiio^aa ^majjp)^ by Mr (r. Smitn.-ri idredOiJStable ChaTgjrwiU ckhifjitBurpriSiii&fpeciinensof ;im;J sagiwpty; ^9auute^.3K'n:i��$-1�y�be-'tvbi>ltt Troo;.) of orsemen. By paWie�*�* desire*Mr. Smith go through i; KquMtrfan'-f eat�,-#ltrclrntrhCTto' skhd uiiHv;illed. The ;i;rh!ibl^ftttrl�5�ftftf4hedVimmotJlM?Jf: vva,?!�iCk> by Mr. ti. iirvson afiM Mrl.Crmtnnad. To conclude.with thttdB^nr C!oinic:Fa4tAnHn^aiyiefhT{A 'AS-F MJSClUfci'ir.or^ Ilatlequia JPlouffl�b�y,, Harlequin, '�, Mre. Haa^tfty     * y '^'-�ri      v, 4, IfiO^. ISHOULD havefelt higlily llattercdby tlic Vote of Thanks,from the FreehoUler*.-isscrablcdat the.Crownand ,AKcI?i>r, on the MOth of October, fcfr iny I'arliiimcntury Conduct, if it hadoiot been accbiiipiiliiedvv'itb a i^ropopaltp joiii^ wltat tliey are pleaicd'to term, my intfrcst with Sir Francia BUrdetCi".      .      �   ' . ''     ;: Froitn tbacoinracufC^iKeTit of my _C;i>i\-.(S5 (OrtoberSd), I lin.vf; uait'otnilv declarod'to evi'Vy' rre'choldor I had tin; pieasure of meetiii;;, tli.at i stood alpne, uiicpnnecicii wtr.T" any other Cundidatc Thf Addro:^s wbicU afterwardsappi'afed from Sir Francis Burdett, to the Frceliolderi of JUirtdlcsex, cortaiiily s.ive i))c no reason to n-sicllhe Imo of conduct I had puhUud-hvt THK COXXfeARY. . > our oiiedicnt huniDle Servant, . �� ��   / � �   .C. �YN6, ToEnwAUD TiA.?�Gi.KV^ r,5(i..Chnirniaiiat a Meeting of Vrecholdcrs :is-i:inl>U'd iit the Crown and AiiK-hor, 6ct. :J0. �     . To the �ORl ilY i,L,i.CTOil3 Oi W LSI ^^1^S1J^U Trust I sltaH not be (leeminl prosHwptnmis In oflVjrUu; my services tor tJieOitv.ot yVeslniwwter \i^mt thp pteicnt oco.ar,io8.   If I shouldbeso .fi;pfunatc as to bo', dtstiiifcuisiicibv ynur favourvl shall Inv MtxmA oni'v^TY:' occasion to evi.ice mv jfratitmle to v"" by an iipnf;lit and mdcp'Tidfiif condm't in Parhameiit, aqd byconinmfnjj to devote III V l>e.jt faculties to.tbc s.Tvu'.eot mv, coiiiitiT.- MyhciiUb is not vet auiriciciitly re-cstabliahed Coiatlmit of mvsblici^in'cyour.'iiipplJrt by ajiersoraV Craiivass^ bnt,l,;iin confident this involuitaVy omission wiU not     inmiiittcd to' opoiMto to mv pro)udBi;c.   I have no dOid>t of my boinx able touw-kc my nppcfirmice oiithe Ihi-ti.iii;s on, the dav of lilvctioii,-and tlu-n^ to assure you in pcraon ofmy attach-nj�it to your stTVici'. '    . I have th'.vhono�r torcniftir, t-i'.'iitleiiicn. with the airoatesttruth, Tt our iviosl obcdiLint aiid most f tithtul hmiddc S'rvaist. �VViinpol.>^frV.>l. Oct.'27, ISOK. .S.VMt:!--?. IfOC-i). and >Sir lU^SRY ftlltOftf AY,'itoarl. HiM/'of: tJBi tni Price ^ni 1 at the WJjU dcpriidence of the C^oujity^ hpjdeti .in Winchester, da: Wcdaddaythe'V.       , Sir. JO,UN ^01114^^^1 l'>�>-�/Ch5Ur^?ii   , ficsolved ufiani'iioHsH, THiit itaj>pearing toitf.is Meeting, from an iiceurate iuvc=!t'igationof tiie'retimiifwiin-th'e Ag^ntw' fight to KH* ^     Arademy,' Ha. b, owcr Jan\eRrStr*et,^olil�;Hraqiiare. . i .      ... bored ^ lyiprigagB in one .    -.....    ,......      s*tei-^A*y-HWiw��'ifi*ji^ j�irsuchasaip,^.<*^thep7th Of ^iH�vembfirt -        : :   ' IJ.JOJ WftEEL 2 PrizSfB bf^iv."Ir.mO(�t*'-*. mtca rtf...".L. 10,900- 7 Dtto .1,006      '     &c &c Sec.     ^ TICKETS ax>d SrtAtifeS, Wafcaptfid undrawn, continue �i Svlc at lhetWifcW4J6orner=� ^ Ijo*"* ^re JMrpt Jir order n^reeauy than a common Stone, and are usclul pot *erely atiS^Xwtt-ltyri^deriti^ SpdJlfcd^ op dirty ^Jlivep, t>ta.(c y: ether, pi them, maV; oftcred t�| I' ilsnn,:a(i! )thhr>iev-: (lit    � ,l�^i(3>A$cr/ttrithf�Fjlts^,'inide Me v?hoJ�a,tebeen disappointed by -   ^ tho* Patpiil 1 litres ient�f at: ftlesBrj.iiTbjPlpa? c fcjwn>.of.;?lvielyie>;,ap,d � csftninsfer,  where lome JL m) fii U !, f\tc )tw holdmp-f it^v spr^-thih (hut 'lUirc cxcinpt{gn. ttnit (trie diat J'  fl!l')Ic� by JlE'UBEBti ^uiri'd to.j^veji ^' It, Jvjmf'i I WiiSTMliNSTKR Kf.lXriMON. M\ E Commits for conducting tile S-iLlCCTIOX of hik .SAMUJ:L hood, liiirt. Knii;ht ot flic bath, sit d.iilvat Fishers Koimis. Kiiijj-strect, tovent v>iir-deji, to consider the best jiicaiis ol dc.curm.c thiit s-ilhinl v)iri-ccr s return ti)r the Cit.v and l.iDi-itv of v,fstiinnsicr. iitf {>[ ! aOl DJ R-!. VORl . idtneOi NTLri\U iN,t U R( lj!,inciit and abililiCB. I liaye tlie honour to icfiiain, tsemlfuien, lour very liiuch obi i;;eri,       �   '. ..   And inoit sraiorul liuinble'Servant, Chelmsford, Nov J, 11-0_loil v, . \ 1 t OCK To the GENTLICM EN, CI. K iUi V, . -of thcCOt ^TY of AVIiNG had the honour of representing yon ill Parliament during a lona;.period, aud ni tinws of cojwidcrable.dKhculty and danger, vmi arc in posses'iiou of tho most unequivocal test ot my public conduct. I. trust it Will bear tlie strictest exanuuaMon, conscious thai. 1 liavc seryed you honestly, independcndy, andatti'iitivoly, niid tiiat ]( have, to the best ot iny ablitics, dischiir.vi all the iniport-ai�A.ti*.ui lUootunt jipivi-Uwtt ndu*c^sif i ^i^a _^ 1{ IS jinpossiiile foi me iii an audi;c-:s ot-this iintnre to cntpF"-uitothecoiupucateil details by which iry conduct lu intlu-enredat thf present moment, but 1 deem it incumbent upon me to state, i.iat a strict and disintorrstert discharga ol inv public dujjV-, ailliough It may have placed niu under ciivuiu-siaiicos 0?"coiisiderabledisadvantaa-e with rej^ard to ttie jirc-sput coutf'bt, -vet no such cousuliTation c:in induce me to entertain tiK" idea of relinquishing tliat mdependcni ground upon winch alone 1 have ever been desirous ot representing tM ('nuuty Of York.- Under ttii-i imprcisiouovith .additionalcircumstances which appeartonieleas favourable to my iiitercit thanthoge which I liad every rejison to bcluive ex.istcd at. the time 1 coni-mcnced my.caiivass, 1 should.bc wauting in considsratiou to-Avitrds tho peyce ot tae .Louiity, as well as in liberality to tlie otlicr Caiidnjatci*, \yere 1 longer to pl�l^evcre.  1 have therefore determined to ^\iChdraw from the present coutes^ " AVith sentiments of the acepest gralibiJe, I return mv warlupst thariks to those triendsw 110 have exerted and interested theniseJves on iny bciialf, and 1 shall ever rellect with , pride-and gratification upon the c.>:tensivc and respectable �support ollered to nij; on tuc present occ:isio-.). 1 havethe.nonouv to be, .�.   With the greatest respect, . tieiitleiyen. Your obliged and most obedient humble Servant, .     !   .   .        JIEXllY LASCKLLLS. Harewood House, IsTov.l.inflG.     .     .     . , To the Gi;NTLKiMliN, Ci.UlltiV, & FRKKHOBULJ4S i.\  of llic'GOU.NTYof NORrif.-\.MFTth\.      . . Gn.NTl.L:MKN, rflUli ^iIIERIFF hi^htg api^omt'^u ^\ediieschj JB. the 12th instant, for the eomsntnccraeiit of the Poll, the period IS now at hand, when the very numerous promises ot jiup.u(Vt, winch I have receited aunng my C arivass, are taVetuJfilJed :-^TothceTciiioffiii?voiitt'.-'t, 1 look forward with the greatest satisfaction; for 1 hiive every reason to hope,that 1 shall be chosen' one of tae Representatives of JSorthamptonsbire ; a situation, which it iias long been my ainbitiOn to obtain, aud which'R ^all be mvprule to deserve. Vhaveonly, therefore, e.iriwstly to vcqnest tr.o early attenifance otmy triends on the lish iii^t. at isortharajHott; audMniain, i ^ . Gentlemen,    � . ��: /,; ..   Your obliged,- faithful .and obedient Servant, : Althort>, Nov. 1, .IMS. . At/r�(HlP.- meiided to thoiu to persevere in'the.contest, uulil It shall.be decided by a Poll, as.-ured as they are of the most cordial support of their iTieuds...... That all the expcficea of conveying the Jreeholders to and from.theplace ol I'oil, and other nuccssary charges attend-, nut thi're(�n�n�glit to be paid out ot the nubscnptiOO of the ^ 1' r.'eholrtcw lor liarry lug on the contest, aiij that the Caiidi-dntes be most earnestly entreated not to engage^ b/them-selves or Ag�.'nt*, to incur anv expcnce ^ylIatevc^ on that, ar.co�nt. Tha(;,tl�eloc.i1 Committee in each District, from whose pxcrtio:is so much advantage has been already detivqu, do. contiquc ttiisc'cxertioim in-surii way as in.aybe most coadu-ei\e toauoeesi, nv\ ij� wtuniU-ly tn r.JWin* fertlter Wttbscfjji-tltnis w s^^ of ftic (rciifi tl I um', m 1 ( i llie a vine m ly i> applied, m th^:first place, fti detravuig the cxpcr.ces of-conveying Vofe-rs Jto and from t.uc Foil, and in such other '�iicccss.iryexpciices as thev sliall deem expedient, iin;l that thi. "i)VTiV.Trll^'> oh  �ic;lni5ffecti�ai Slate of Ihe Pra�tife(;�if Physic in  i)l lUiijii, ai ie;i a cciuck in.tne 1' trre- 'iotae ,imd I.' jthLuOUJ .. '. oftKcX;Oir.VT\- of DORSET.- . fiF:.Nri,i:MKV, IHE atcoiidancc- of so tnnncroiiS and rt'spect--ihic a buily ot iny i'-ner.ii  I'd lia in iht il prt. c titive oi' tilts sivat Caun.tv. ISlv OppoiL'.r.i. dcclrae.s loyouj th.il in proti'outi)!;^- thi.s cijntcu, lie is lirtlusiiccu by Tvh.t.t be f?.v.-si'er� tiie iiviseof th'v>!eeting on tIi" dav ot nomination.- Ui.einon. ought to acuiUe and even a'H-ii tiif -lu'iioritv. y all Uic.Laty^XIdoksiHsiif 4>� vriioui wa/v be h.-d, just published, by thtf*nnfc/> ithoT, A VtNDiCA|;iO^-�piaiicks�fed�r ComiJlHSI^iroBjaiiria^ . the.'Stritet> ri-'r 1 > , ( i�,;-ff **e .ti-'Wity by f oiiii? to  t.in ^ lect coiifidenco that the proJiiciltion - of ydur'jjfiicrouS exertuKis in nty behalf, ffill in tlit; end jjirevail ; and 1 tra^t vouvowii good sense will decide \vit;i what lustice the cliargeof disturbing the Peace of the Cnnnty belongs tome. I Et:irted as a Candidate before Mr. BA.NtitiS-r^l cummuiii-cated to Ih.at Geiitlemaii my intention of so doing-and atier the flattering and powerful biDpQi-t I huve ivceivwl, I siiould be ill deservlii;'; or yonr conbdence,, il 1 siiruuk f^uiu a Con-tfsftlial will.'::ive eliectttt.tiie ru;il.v,i4in?B of the Loauty, and at tue same time assert its Liuerty and liutepcndeace. Ibavetbeho'iortob', Ociitlenteu,  �\V ith every sentiment of gr.uiiude and respect, A: our most devoted humble Servant, Rrv.aiV5top,Oft.31, ibOi. E. B. POR-fJlAIV. TV. B. The day ot Election is hveri Ofr toe :ih of .Nov. at Dorchester, when the honour ot your atti�)daucc iii mv support is mos Mn). Con. uncc-'i'i. erren. 1 ' " '�t ee+,- )Otrt=;m, tec '.'ii KiW; tor a Just puolH.ied. i.irici'. "^s. m bosfd's. � V' i   J At F V{ I .\ L tl { t n t' -J ;.A. vy ;t3ij">. j,'..vi'-r     ! ti'.''f : eo:>tain:c': t'-,-�te'r::, u:i,i;;r tU.'.follb.wm.^TiiIc--.Vr.otjui:, Atliilre-iiid 1) lit    , >   I     i'    t Lf I    ^u   o     X 1 It d I  nil, J 'I    t .  EPE.\DE.\-r tiESSESof NEW CASrLE-UPO.\ /"BpiIK DissaUition of Parliament being now oGl-JiL cuiUvaiiaouiicod, f enior.icc tnc c.irliesf oppodutlitv ot addressing vou, to oiler tuvselt as a Candidate to. obtain tlie Honour of being rcturne.'his one of your Rcpivsi>r.tativi?s in f^arliaineiit. � After a period of more than HO .venvs, during which I (nve enioyed tue bonoCirable OlMie.ction, whicli I now solicit, 1 cannot decin it necessjry 'o trouble vou with a repetition oi lUMfcsiuias of /eM tor your .Serviee". or !ittacliiiK\it to ti:> iiitorest of mv (-iHintrv ; Lain iniUic'dio tiatter invself tiial ray Principles a.ud (conduct in I'arlianii'iitnrc i.ot uiiiiiio-.Viito you I feel L-feat pride, in tae vccollcciio.-., fri.it m scvc'al JustaiiCA^s |,tiev-hav;; beoa Hoticcd with ajiprobation by my Cot�titueitt5."'  Shouid'Jt-Jtatmn be honoured witii your confidence.'I can nsiiure :yiifi, th.it the snme principle ol (titb^peii:b>nc<', will confinue to direct iiu inv, and 1 fiftpe hvii. taitiii-.n aUontion to vour p-jriicular interestj to prove in nu'. I';lljll5 \\ It ^�'er^ lit This day is tiuUuMied, in .rveniM a-ia h;>und, li;rUse of ^eboJls .iiul )' Key to tlia  L Broaa-itr'eet; Geffird-aireet, Ifouie, Keni)iiii.-(i.'i-l;ine. rnor, Hoi.d, end >.ue.rpe, pouUrv ; Ouiau and Co. .Souo-square; and Boosev, Debofte, pri  u,at ine Rep s. uti. tue oth �rtory -NUDI- iij?eltn)ti' \Ji lY 11( imi) 1 t II t lia t iv^ o. I I r."I4.^;n. f^oi ^.Uemeir,   �        ' . '       . �With threat respect, yotirmi's! srratrf.iV ami nuirtobi'Mieiuliunibh-servant,- VilLl W               RiDI^l jse\ Cystic, Oct    -5, i^b__________ the 1=1 ot ivoveni'.ier was Oiiice,        ilaltuii-s.irdei), - ber ol    - JL '.Mv.Cl-iAN-1CA1CHK>.IIC"VI;, and AyS-iCv1 .Tv-HAL 0!S(.-OV ERI,!'-"'. Th.-desi-n ofitiis Fublfc ilion i< to lay berore tiie riunlic, ever-.' ler.^e uionihs, orr.-ci '-c-<�i)unts ot iiil liic!.- and Di-jcevenes: -.."latnig to .Xru and Sciences a;euerallv ; bv jriviier ilie s'.ib-te.nce or eierv vife-re^Iiiig Pi!|)er wnicnsnalf'iiave !i')|i^'ar-!i eitbt-r in l.ie i 'i.;-It'tli or I- oveigii tVriodical .lourii .i-., iiiid ot;i Vi y is puVi N i�. I, price . iiij'hirlv >.ue.i!)rv milK (vAMtlVKTof tl!^ irid I iiuir ii P!i V ;^ ; ploti- svsteiu of Draw iiii:,' Ktciiu." aiiil Aijua- I iiUa ; i^iuitiog in iul ProivctKui,'i.i.f .>ni-veM'i.L : e, it; pi. 1 1 ii *      ii -. ,  to   t ii t t 1   i I > .   \'   1 1       s > . t'.v!-.ii'.;uv     iiivor, ti'ie �.Ye.-!-; .ix".\ i 111    �    '     "l    V     I 'A bed lU'lto. wit 1 i wo rl.-irii:i i'.K.'nvin-^ ltd. to be cOiiunu.'d �ec^K till coinulet'-d', ; bcnirr , ^ r I    � 1 I    11    \\l njetJt fSTal^the.Bell Inn, Qloueifster,-preoiscly at tt-n oclocij iii e .morning of lliufsdav the bih oftNove/nbeij, wuich t.s ^-fixedfor the'Jay �f IJcction; when I'trustthat your prom;/t,: lirixfi and-aoaloui support/ will secure the. pwicft of tht? ' C*J^rtlvr and place me in that situation, which i\ is iny �jiighest ambition to fill. ... i-      . Ijmi, Gentlemen, . . V, itH ttft�wtti nu*.* gr.ititude. Your most obliged and obedient bumble Servatit, ? , ft  IDU ARDIL bOMLRSLT ..^H^inii^oB, Nlov.F; 180S*. � ^|.toni5SiiiH� "'(to' \v�t^.~i, GbOiiCTt: RJSDLRICK STltAfl^ltWir, Esf^ >Hlgh Shei iWiOhn ..............   ....... ......l,.gi�ler, �;uii (idd, ..... Conntvn!*! J3jft,FailidWtrff,'ti;^e titnawtat tbcu^itv bfiM'estiulniteton Wl3t1i cl!iiyto�5D�*:tJ*l:t;;tHi!*t;:ab,ta-ri to.tiic s.-tiU > >HS,^,i-RI-s or WOMAN iiei   , I.-ii!u:l, wiirds o 11 ^t ^rti teverii cuiio liV  l.iiUiJ. . Aea [ M 1 c:ite-?Lro;'t, . r. ti'ie -xh.-: Ill   I   il' I I I o w men I >s. n>eFiil.;i;;i ;ON. v.iill t; Il i \.. III' J 11 J 11m n 1 :i Actr It. r'Qin-( I    ) �I  .-iu-',. t ) ^>   1 i b   i I Mr, ve. -iiuie. Euit- ole.ni" Jiuai'ils 1 1 -.lUl 1 cunlai'. 1 11 l_ ........ .ileiiieiiUry Sigbsfroni Mrs. wn^U. IE 274. jCftdBif�sd d}�^j}b{5y v .J* tli^^vve^tUe btg^ji^U�Ucay,r�.pifflwitiuja   \ , iv 'iro 1 k 1     tl, :'Oiie It j... IC- ,-'(r,v.- ')i:i!!e-t - 'it ni in; d I'l u� n gei e i i"^.> itft ODiii an cv; U. uiten.l'.i; i.ii- t,;e oso ui" rcli;r,)t,- an! t!;:; i-lMt- .vHiiv.d filOb PUI 1     �   ,tWiiH> icated, by pjr.uission, to ttie iCyUOCtiU.' ' if tl I   ip 1.1 prodigi) � 0  sijidJl nit    ,     to t  ull ^'it   c lie, lb? ;'.'iiiior of tbis Dici'.oe.irv pietest.rti'inne.r na.if'iu.ibtc.   l'!u wilMtu'.t anv niuit'Ci i-urv space-, I'.is s-^ e of i( !'� boj'v, t*i't I  jnn-11, ,ut 11! t I expand."'.! t!) a ha;uhTOie tolia. " 1Q ^t�*M��!)gle articlv bv w ir ri ^p. tbtjs.'te a work, wonU bo like puHlecin; �t a hou 'oo;i wUl bo ioiuid evirem Iv us t.ii nth ill the Cumiiing-Uouje,anJuie Oiiioei -Br.tish C lobtT, lt"'j!,. " 1 he Author's view, la this wots;, wrt>? t ' smttUeompns',-awuik, wl'.irh wmd.i not oilv b^^ u'.'Uil lo 'prolu-wrsot t�i ligilHt.!. lie, > t to I at b tiiiiii i},i ner�l. bv.allor.uugH ready e.xiilaiiutio-i ot th t-rm.* of law, a�d, ittVip Sttiuctntwstatiiej, mo. vcrv g-roral wav,fO!ne of . the.leadii;^ laiiy^YcSirtise. to cueb pavlicttiiir bu d rcspci-tivc �} |l|,l-t "Il ihi t \ ^ 1., ' I n ih   \ 1 > u, M.r.trv, itic, Oc.- pjirts of iiSuMuce, ami othir arbecjipTirncul.irlv the �t^cwork^�fticJi relate to Bankruptcy t>Yniit;bi� of Con)UH>rciill4iJv, Rhavi;; .wwh of the Author to adapt the pec.'or.aaiu.<' to the use of Jtferrifcajits/'-Aninial �evieiv,Vol. 11. forftttV), Lonilont-^Printeii f^ir, niul sold byriwmti Ostell, Ha,'?, ATttdWaria-lftiifti.lr.iuign�e-s^rett.   

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