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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 7, 1806, London, Middlesex                                1* .      THK CAS ytur Bow CaRis Mirtiu* Cori�IaSiui| wfj l^eral -H'hh fib .RO-.IEW.     .  '   . ' V ITS. Jtet 2o^. pnrwjt fflihc'atlo^v "*� amptoii.4ttcct; StiaSttt. TOdn.       '   s' the !4�H�r' five Ditto.. I. bi\%-anc fi!;re on-biis lirliiilf,. alfemh, totiniieer whfit rntiifitr. "      .^au^i. i'. .   . .;hi,i y.iir>i�|ivrv:j?|i iiriW .. ., Tbly day is pdblislied, th one vofiime,.i^nKr.inric^ 'S�.  TI�E(JENTLRMAK'8tPARMER'3and HUS-ilANl>M Vf>o,.white |he voice teBtfitirs ibe <-narmiiigp(Mve�  r toiic, at:d:;t^i(h!tip9 of iH0({uIattdn^-an4ili� banimiiv of t(ie features are apm rpstetedtolhonrace;wli|cb > atiffo ni%t {pi^tIiein.--Wr,I'\\t;EUB rpi'rfertty rtcquaijjted 'fvit!i.tli  {MVDiiritttaii Af>A{uieral Campisttionfruinun c.v-l)trK';ife uf ftfurtoou ycarj, lins succeeded in makin;; his leethso �ncotruptil>lntt! to nn :UKerf.d tatnc limtd "hiforfOne o'Vhck on i^tr. .tniif .'f harsduy, the \Sth imtant; war unleh Itie. Person wktr makej t.'ir. J'en- � 4>r some .l'er�on on lUs baha^f, nltrmhf iu trnniirerjclicn �c^lkdfar. ' � � .. . �    . ��   � . jMl'Exd�u�Mcr.lii1t<�d�t�rdiit tha Month of-Novembt-r.ltOJ, \      � ' ^IFj jLprc^ of IJii Majcijifs J'f r paying oil" the ipa\ iot'tbk abovcKifritiom'd Lxchcqin-r. "iSiils, ^ith .   iBtrrrst-tbereiviv at tbe KXf h!'qii,';r Jlill Oiiwein tSelSrwiptoCKxriieqijer, Nc�' I'ajacc Varrl, Wcstmi.ihtfr, M TJi* s-'iJiy th(; nth of >ovt*ilihi>r, inrlnsivPi frosn Ten o Clocli ta Ibt Mormnfc till Oup in the Aftcnioon, lor tht" purpwe i>f rc-ertvjog thi>�ame{ and, for the p-caicr dispatch, tlie Ut'ar rs -�f thesHid Udts arcdisircd to brute separate lii.ls ot cncii drwryitton of.nillf, contaiinnp the Nuuibrr> in iNmnprical -Orderr�ccordinp; to tkr valui- ofMic said IJills, aati liiiiwof 'conimencpnii�t of Intrrest, With tlif prinripiil miihs anl In-tcrcst due thereon,coHtputcd Inini the d:ivs o:i Mhu-h ihev arc CMpcctivcIy'dated, exclu�ive, lo the siiul 'Alth diiy � f NovcmbiTil&fMt inclusive, wiicii the latcrrstj will ci-ase: jiitd tbciy an- desircn to write lh"ir iiainw and plric:'s of abode nnsurh i.ists, andindordeth'.'ir nami-iion (h^swl ijilln. - If any of the Unlders of ttie nfjrcsmd IUUj s'aoulJ lie desirous of receiving nayinent of the l*r�jrrip:tl and latcresj, previous to the sai�l JJOtb day of Nov. ??0li,tlicy may bc-^c-:�otmnodated on cmnputing the Inter.^t ti> the dav nii which tlicy wish to be paidi and leaving the said ijills tor exaini-patlon one.dny prior thereto. ^uch P�?rJ0ti9as. may bcdi'sirous of havin(>; >vfw l^vche-iquer B^ll^ ii^jpart paviitmit, upon menliomnji; i\u\ amiiinii. at the lyittinn oftitpir tists, delivered onor before (he llth    ..     '      �'�          . ,.,.,.,.,..:..,.. -------<�f-'Fapiuw, Bucka. EMntcd for the Author, Sold by l.,any;fnaii, HQRt, Ite�ff, and Oi inc, faUTuOiitcr-row.      . " . WAK, between i'ltUSnlA awl - Tbio Day is punished, price fis. neaUfCi�l*ired, AN i:W MAV of the SEAT of, tW WAR hew twecnFausSIAawi FUANCE; enin|frriu!�ttes1he �vbnl� of Gerranny, thu I'russi.'ui Domiwow., mid-.iraftri'i carr^u]ly 'mnh cclvbratcdMapof Oemmnyv wltb^UdilitKi*.^.    ' , l�rjiti.-d for C. Smith, AlapscUer tXtrajdHUlBrff W .�� Ro>;tl ni>?hncss the Prince of Waicy, R�. Yi'ii �traBd> oetavoi liritiS^W This duy U published, in thr..c vols.________      , Jj^ POLITICAL JNDWX to fte ill Jiats,b�.jH%ti>cmatUie4mr,�ri�!rsf'friNn-lt. 3 's. 8t  ainl U fe�lwa It litcil ia^. -^-armv^OeA be tbeiiiMet' :iud Pa Scolds; panicii sliot �ri �-ise ift:, >n tiroe: l'U.�c iti ch^^: bv thefr l^rdi Vade, Ward,. PaiiV pay yoi the pab! ^cars I' lo^r y^HJ^' �whiciliti l'031tVbU,[; bi.lc, COL.. '^'iillciDft; TJlil Day is punlisheit, ni '2 vaU. Medium (,?u irtn, price Four  Ouiiic.'i;, ((^'If* lettered, tiie i\ iatli Ldition, ctirn-cteJ and Mvised of I DICTIONARY of the EXGLI^FI L\N- J\. GUAOK ; in which the Words are deduced from tlieir Originals, and illustrated latheir dillerciit Si!5!iincatmn<, by Exnmpli's from the best ^Vriter*. 'J'o which arc prch.\cd,u History of the l,!f)guas;e, and aa rn2;lish.(!ranim.rr. ]{y S.\iUirj;i. JOHNSON, Uh. U. Printed for .t, Jslinson, W. J.-and J. ISich irdso-i. R. Baldwin, F.G. and J. Rivington, T. Fayiw, R. FiittldiT, W. f.owtidcp, Miitbews and Ixigh, AVilkie. and Uobiu^on, Scatchcrdand liftterman, p;g<'rton, J. Walker, Ogilvy and Son; J. bfockdolo, Wyimc and Son, Cuthell and Marti), ft. tea, Lackiiig'.on, Allen, .-rnd Co. V^nriior, IlogJ, and Stiarpe, ..Land A. Arch, Crosbvaiid Co. Lnnmniin, Hurst, Rees,ai.d drme, Cadell andDavirs, W. stewurt, R, Phillips, S. llajr-ster, Phrthpsand tardo'ij J. JJooker, J. JI�rdni^, .J. Maw-man, R. H. Evans, litarics and Parry, J; Hatchar.l. .). Scholcy, T. Ostell, Payne and Macltinla^, J. Aspenie. .), Byoth,. a. OdJay, andWilson aj!d t�pence. ywk. eeinci ir.�ii'iA ^�eciWV��ilditrtI��r*��ft| {*ttyJJ�yi)BWt >;erve, t)Oufeei^Bli)e.i|mi�i �hc outside tirlp^er of cu,;h Box. ^ t^hisdav IS published, tu Two Volumes (iu irto illu.>lr>ited by tWrtv-lwo Engravings,, price.3f. fs; in^Atra Ix) .pN, A  TIIKATISE on FO!lMING, IMPItOV-Jll INT., aild M.iNAttlNG COUATRV RESCDliN-fCES; and on the efioice of Situations appropriate to every .cjass of purch ; fqiui^edia'Nature with eeonothy and, utility, in coiistructiptr impravioK Mansion*; andoth�r Rural Buddings, so as to combine Architectural fitness with pirtiirt'sooc eilect;- and in fVtrming Gardens,l^rciiards,Fa .^n�rew, 'Wlirbr nuhlisheda price I/. 48. in boards, rVMlE N15W :�0N�ON MEDICAL Dia X^i- .)�-;.�� iJ^iyjiMOJ^AatV'i!;-'''-'-^^' ,'� ' 1*0 hefantjniicjl BWM^jJt robntl(Sv�nd 'coinpktod io Fsljiir Pat't�; fbnninK^wo|M*|i,qu3rf�yolumct. \ ; i 3)r. 'Mtlrtiit-Q Kwrjiipy* This Day is pnliljihed, in Three Volumes liinio. with Portraits, nrice      in buar.ls, r|l [IE  n V.O LUTI ONAliY PLU'I*AIICFI; _l c.thibitiiigthe niost di^tinRui^hed CUarticter*, Lit'-rary, Military, af.d Pol tical, iii tlie ric^nt Ahuals of the French Kepulilic. 'J'Ui' sri-ater l-'tirt iroin the Ori.iiiial luforina'tiy.-i of AUKMi.ivVlAN (ilirtln>ENT'ATPAlUS. Th.^ FOURfU KOITIO.V..    -PrintCil fur .1. Aiarray. No. .'W, Fleet-street, London ; and sold alio b> the principal Booksirllers turoiighoutthc Lnilud Iviiifjdoiii. Of whom maV be had,. 1, I.ETTE}?,S of * niAlVli;j.l; KE, descriptive of the ox-istinj; SlaniiLT- of j'aiis, I'vvo V ols. I'Jino. .s. ixjiu-ds. y. UUCIK.SS of l.A VAI.HKRE, exhibiting a Picture of the Ire ch Court during the Reign uM.ouis XIV. liy tJie t.ountess of'leiilis. Two V . "� 'vvir'o. TItlSd.tv arc puMlii>ii,'.u, 111 >�\i.>r..u, ,. ,.   . , elefr.iiitly engraved Portraits, and :^V lew of Nottingham Cnsile, price 1/. lis. tid. and oirRuyal Paper, witn froof ]mpi\>-iioiis of the Plates, price.'i/. I'.'s. (id^ m bo'trds, ' ~ EMOUIS of the LIFE; of COLONEIj IHiTCHI.NSON, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, Representative o.' thivtJoujity tif, Nottinghamin the lo.ig Parliiiineiit, and ott.'ie Town ot Nottingham lu the tinst I'arliaiiuMit of Charles 11. Sic,, \\ iVli original Anecdotes ot many of the most distinguished ot his Cunteinpora-ri"s,'a!id aht'inrjiary Review of f'Dblic Alf.Lirs; written by l)is Widow hucv, daughter of Sir Allen Apslcy, faeittenant of the Tuner, &c* Now first-published trom t^ originat Manuscript. Jiv the Rw. .JULIUS HWTCHrNSOV. To wblrb iVprefi.ved, the life of Mn). IIutcatMoii* Krittctt by nefself: a Frawieiit. ' Priiifed for Longmau, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Patetnos- ter-row._. -: _  �. �  ' . . �     ; This Day is published, by Arc;;. COiist;it�tj unit Co. i:.iiii.-bnrich, and John Murray, London, price iV.-is., in eight Nii'nbfrs, or U, is. in boards. Volume 1, and II. of ripHH rvOlNBURGII MEDICAL and S0R. ' JL  (JiCA li .lOURNAL, forlSO:-ij ethibitin^aCoo- . cise View irl the latest aud most itapBrtftnt Oii'coveriH In Me* diciie, Su!-(?('rv,aod I'hannacy.-(Poblv�hrdi^imrt��riy  iho object of the Edinbureh iMedlcal.ind Surgical Journr.l IS, the vmprovemont of Med'cine, by registering fht-most important tacts connected wub Mrdical Sci-nceand jVlydical Practice, and by diffusingtrxtcnsiirely and speedily a knowledge of Medical Literafijre. After theexpcri-'^iica of a second year, the'Editon ltnv> tlie satisfaction to limlthe approbation of tiw'f Professioiuil Urotlireii-hecoiiii'ouilv more it-cu'ed. In the dcp irtiiienis alloiif'*! to Original Commuaicatimis, and to-Mi'U'Il.ineous Inti-Iii'jence viedicul Subjects, tiie rc'ipi'ctabrlity 0. the .'is.sist,aK'e^ wh:ch th,-y have rec^iived hns surp:isSc"d even t.'ieir most* saiyiii.ie cxptctationi!, and contiiuiL's to McreasrMVith the ia'.Tei.�tii;r circuiation oUheir 'work, 'l'h:U p.irtion ot stappropnatrJ to .Merlicwl Lit  . Mil.      i U V ..i.. This l)iy -s publi.ilied in ,1 Vols, once 1.5. (M. in bo'irds, WIN rm hi LONDON; or, SKETC^^ES of FASHION, a Noytl. , Ily T. S. SURIt,, Author of Cieorge Barnwell, >pleniiid Misery, &c. &g. --------Trutlis liketho.e " Will none ottc:id, whom'lis a praise to please." Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-street, Jilack-friars.   I5v whom havelatidv been pul)]ish�tl, The Novice of .St. DoniiiKck, hv Miss Owenson-Ferdi* Band FitzormiHid, by Mrs. Templel-Virtuous Povert/; by Mr. SiJdoiis.-Fleetwood, by Mr> (iodwin.       - � '.   ;       � ' A^Nr-vv- �iby ib^K - �  � � ' �: On Tlmrsdiiv, thcliKt dav of Jaim.trv, wdl be published, price Jlalf-a-Crowi), the first Number of a >ew iicview, -to be caiitiimfdMonthlv, under the title of-      ; rpifE OXFOJID REVIEW : or, LITEllARY Jl   CENSOR, containing Analyses, Criticisms, and Opi-nioiis.of Mv\y BOOfyj*. linglish and Foreign, written % MEMIJERS of tW-4J.Vl VERSliti: of OXFORD. � Vi,AN .V8n> AUV^NCAiStW OF THU^^ J, The- AVriutii* iareGniitlemen wholly an�oiinectcd with literary Facttotft,    wUb.the mdm lntrrest�af Publishers ' 3i 'I'hey hava'bertj Induced to volunteer their servivrs as , fluafdi�l�� nf t'iteralHrc,' in ctfiisequiMice of the aanirroiis ' Abuses to whicliPenoaical Criticism has lately been vxpusrd ' ihm.inyonhee*i!�iu  take the Olfee ofCit'iaorj ofthe I�uh>ie Pn�}. ~ 4. Kv�ry Book slwH be revleirod ac(;�irdlft{t|rthO'T>rnfc��e4 � �ijj tnrt n^ijs^:-^^.'  el) aHpear* a� itnin the. atltSmh �Mipi�e, aaveptise(I ojc baA iV.liP>ite anflrbo i� hitppy ,w ay, ha* fully warruited the great Price wbteft (M& rhrctt. . to Uie Family for tht^soMamficrlBtSi. Itehaisjfbo.thvaafti*. ' fnetidn to bo al�le f o-statc, that the Work has iU^ IWiiiMked   . With the approbation of tbe highest AuthecAles in ji&c^ecKi;^ dftins; has boen acknowledged to. be a Lit(^r^V..VoDament �wortliy of the Hero whose Actions and Virtaes itrngordS,  , and is likely to be raulMui am-SC.MPT ION, . By JOHN REID, M.n., niemberof tue Royal College tif P. j^eiaaSi Londsn ; Se-^-%ior Physician to. the I insbury Uis,j^.anu x.�n;turer on the'I lieoryaud Practice wtMwdiciuc,'    -Loudon; pritiied for Riciiard Phillips, No. 6, Bridgc-sttcet, Elacitfriars;.ands(dd byJobn fttwTay, Fleet-strecti J. Caltuw, Crowu-tMiart,fiv>'.io;T. CoA,St. Thonras's-SUect, Southwark; and attsHher R" oksellet( . FOR COUGHS'. H0ARSENESSES, &c. Mr. CREENOUtJH* LO/ENUES OF T , \�. n�, Uidsatc-i^ii., 1; ptiiited on the Stanip,as ail ut,ntr^ .ire Cl>uIit^^f  ^. These LO/ENGt.s arc prcijared .uid .�oid l>> R- IIAV-WARD, (�icc�-riEor to 1'. urec:iou;;fi, tac IiAMitcr*) No. 10� Uidgate Hill! anil sold by t. .veviIjirryand ftote, No. to, St. Paul 3 Chnrch-v;,r . i*-d. H'e tfot._^ imfICIAL Teerii, v.ith en.imcl skiiriiily placed, fron o.T'to a whole - u se as not to b^ dir-irtivered from .Natural leitb, .will al.rays rotain their natnraj co'mir.   Compli'le S.'t'-., placed on rvrusanabli Uira�.-~^ilu-maii I'eefh piact'd to sturnps, or from one to-a whore acf. Ni, i-, Dentiit, No, 'Jii, Mr. Pill-      . ever,'  CpLTaUiin on tne Ti-cth manner, '.. P/llNCE*s PA3TE PEARF,S fi>r covccK'rt-g l).xlord-;tr.Tt, prrf.irjr.^ and Cuujs/tn the Sjfcs: -______ . pecayed 1 'v.-th in Froi.t, so as not to bo: . �j .t dcc-i ved  ari! r.'eoMime.nJ-dto pfrror.sr i>s3-..Hl- of ;i siilisiiuste, to r-'pi^te tlie d'^^ncscn,-/, tiil i.i-.>v csa ohfa'fl proper as?; tance.-t'lic?" Ualt-a-iiumea pi-r .'ifs:;, coatAiqii.g' . t!;ii l>c sr'.s; or oiiecont.aniiisc l-.veiiiv-tive, rbr On" CidiTCa. ' PR IN t: li's G H EN .-V R O i'i .v C fC? il h n>i ^ bcrto ptvvfd tl-.e only aniflf yet disco^vr.'ti tor t.ioaMiTi* i.i ih 'i A- af;'^ lo'jj*: n rrc.nmmenHeJ t  Mfise IVum in� Ward compltilnts,Scan)nticCans,orUec;�ved[ l�eth,astbnCK ' are few.persons more or less tiiat arvMiat aWicVd with hw" Unpleus.iiit seiiti-itniii: a trial will avoueh it$ merits. .TtHt��r' who wear ArtiScial Teeth luusht nrver *l� be WiibOW^iii:' as it keep* tliem sweet and clean: 73. .id. p;"rhonied PttJ.NCK's An;SHHdOiVl for the tiwlhrfAAe, trWck gives imin�!ai;4t�'rchef, and has relieved p. r-�t>i� from fheiuoiX i.-.xcruciulh:g pain, who have not bc�>nai>l' toslet-pFor sere-ral nightj. after laUitig ever.> r source in vabi, and nave fouKd an iniincdi.ae relief by theMushroom: tuo.e atUtctel wttb the Toath*.\ch ought iiov r to be �itlioul It: iS. ,d. To he had of luc Proprietor, No. -^'i,-OjLivni-�t(�rt t aw?, by Avpointment, Bacon, loO, AU.n, ?
                            

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