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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 14, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ri,^   � ���� � 4,444. :c.___ Siadoiis. , ,      THEATRl! ROYAL, IMURY-LANE. THIS jiirc3Seilt'liIveinng His Majesty's Servants ^\ ill lun-formth.e Comedy of      - THE ilOi>[liY. MOPN. Wake, ?,Ii'.Ellibloii'; Miaiia, Miss Dun(f.an. '   AftrrthePluy a IMv.crtiscrtieiili c�ftjuosed \ay''i\v,D'''E.t-ville, called/rheJPAitR,Ortt(;ASSi AN;. To-TOorro\\% Th6 Tr:tyBlcf3>vrt'�tli I'hc Lying Valet. THKATIIK RGYAL/'CPYENT-GARbjyy. llilS present' EVEMmG will be performed the Trugcdy of ^ ' . CORIOLANUS i or. The Rmviaii' Jtatiotl.:   ., "V\'ith entirely new Scenesj Dresses,'aijtf Decorations', "iiius Marcius Coriolgiitts* Mr.;^embkj y 10 live acts,; icti'r^jra!�l-wftli 5^ Orrill'i j or� AMother's A^Cigeahcc;; YTlieJSimsic coinpoifed -hy Mr, AUvood aad'qitn'e* Cbfl'ij^us'jrs.   The .JJiciises, &c^^ entirely Jiew. ^ �. "   J" ',;''' rpHE~^rHKA^TfiF^TlOYAfv; -in 'Chester^' 16' JL bft LLT, f;)r tlie RA^jfa^E'liJCv t^ftich'bRcins tha fith of May, 1^07s4likf;y<^se;�jnt}�� TiliiAlUlICAu SiiA. i SON, l)c'si(in�iis the Isf    October, and ending at Ciiriit- For further particu ^acen-i^(i|et) Chester, Agent to \he Prt>priet�rs.   .    . , Z;^. .   .   -       .    ' No Mainig(!reiiecd;ap;|ly,'ume%stn'cy^cila produce a. very rcspectaldc contpairt'. , LOi�Bi>N iiosi�iTAU Novrii, mi. �^IIE Fifteenth,..iVnnivcrsairy Meeting of (he BL  Gentlemen I^ucaii'd at: ihis ll spit�U will he holden 011 Thursday next, the 2Jtlri)f Noveinl>i;r,u.t tiie i\owi.o.-H. doiiTUverii, ChehpSide.'  r  ' ; . ' Ch^ruiar.^ Dr.^H V MILTON. :/    Sl1:ewa:rjUs, Dr. Bj'ani DciitoJson;      lilr. Br6\vn, Jub.-i)r. Faulkner,- Mr. iMoorcv' - � Dr. ydlolj, , .   Mr. Morgan. 73irinerat Five.-TicVqltd 12s. each, niay be had from Mi. trite, at the Hospital. "      . .   '       ' "mon'eyI \   ~~. One Hundred and Twenty-seveii f hi)iisaiid Pounds ready to . beadvaijce'don good aeciii-ities. MESSRS. mCASaiid Co. l:jg leave (o inform tlinsc thafiAay be in Want, and desirpus of jiorro .v-ins temporary or permanent Sums of Aloneyj aii'l j.ofsesseiV *f any f^ropcrtythat can,t)e aTSignedythatany Pa:i of flu-aI)ove Money wUl be lent in Sums from .0!le4^ui;drcd to 'J on Thousand Po\>riti3,"on phyinga fair aHdcquif.iblc Atiru'.i.'y interest for the. ianie ; as also to those of known PrfMi.'i; y, any Part of the. aboyc \vill be advaijccd on theri- i ifso;i;ii lieciSrity. �. "' ; Periiuual applications to Messrs. l.ncaiand C". daily Itc-� ceivediitNo. a, James-street, Adelphi, Strand, uad Li-tters post pj|id,anB\ycred \vit&Qutdel.-iy. T      iiUNDRKD ANDFIFTY PO.UN DS RK Vv A R O; IOST on the day of October last, botweco A tUe fiank and Tt-mple Bar, a Parcel, coiitain;n;:;T WO itLNORKD NOTES ,of the IJANK of ENGtiAiVI),. of >/. ear". aU'datajlilth S�i��eml>?r; JfiOi-^; artfliiiimbSf i-H tr'm ito.^ # , to ^iSOOi    -   �   -    - � ^TIDyJYy mp-EMBER U; 1806. . lalclj tome into the Jjifion in and about-fii&artou Whoever will giv>csuch mfiirmntioa ttyMr. \V,inholt, Solicitor, No.SJ, Fore-strcet,'assliaU)ietliti ra;'a:i3 of e:Wl*;ii; GENEIUL ^LECTjON: ' Kdri'FOHi El-ECTIO??. , FpHE lHdfcpciuiefi> FllCKlIOLDKRS of the .JL County of iiOflFCLlC'rcsidaut in and ncarLondon, are eaniMtiy rcquest:.1 to d;ect the Agents oftbe Hfr.orahle COliO.S i.L ^VODEllOUSKvattlie Glolm Xavcn:Mi:i;U:''t-i-trdct, \vhere they will 1m� att(!n'dii'i.5 tVoni fieven till Ten o'clock every cvj:iiiiig this .week,'ia'br.-ut to m.'ikc suitable arr.iligemcriits with ihc Elf ctrtrs lor tlicjr iccommudation in proceeding; ti;om LoA'd'Jiito. NociYJch, in suppurt of tlie cdLOMiLslnttrcst.      .     : ---:__,-��__�    �     �  �     � _I V-   ' Sff   �. To the GKN'rf,!:MK>%. GLERGV,-, YEOMEN,, and; l;\RE��OLDER8.(^�fi>.CjfJ.Xi*-1'YoriClSNT./..;, ,. : y^*J?OIiij foii tiilj'tJtftfrt^ of Kent n6% btHig^c^rv -iPfc-iaJn^4 StF HaC RU*r�ON' Fs; *>p^ii t^ tkfrayihc Ex- , The Committee think It Ibeif.diity to prpp(>seth!s mcasirtr',. ^okliig into'their eoo^i'derdtion Ihe iinHWOsesuiTj-of yi',i>Ji>/. '^i'liifU^ir \Villiiiiivhas"'i^rcad^^ i)i support of this, ;pHblic c4u3e f roiii his pp.Vatc Forhiiie,, Subicr>pVioiis received at all the Conalry p-uik? in Kent j and ;it the'Biiiiklug Jlousfs "1' Ai^'ssrs. nlariiii,. tstoue, and Fdat:. and Me&srs. Wert, Kfncc,-and Co. I.oiuloi), � ' To tii3 GE.Ni'bEMEN, CLERGV:', ani VJiOM.V.N it V , IN l>-Ei*K!*D HNT FR-iiEilOl^EKS, dflUc COUNTS of fii.ccE&ri:K. . (ir.STt.EllF.N", Kii)j!;:lom ami Ontlie Continent^ wliich niny !?ad to the iric-ia^ uftlicse Notes, and any persmi orperaoiis otitainiiigtheai. Will bo proceeded against with tlie uuo'tst r'-gour. �, N. li. Mcrchantsiand Tr.idfrs are particularly requestSd to give immediate information to ly]r- Winbu't^ 'sbinddany of till! above N-otes come into tiieir possession,     . Novemher ISO'i.' "    ' UNIVI: iiESi, and fHE for SILK STOqiCINGS with COTTON (i Most ridij ::vahiablc, aiJtl elcganl.SL-Iection of '\ ladies Silk Hose, froin 7?. Sd. apair, or thri-cpair l^>r '. h. to SupcrfiiiCj ivlthtjie most fash^omiblo Cloclis," ys. od. Gentlemens ditto, frdtn 7s. Gd. ti) ilie^very best, JOs. nd. N. lJ-� To such of theiNobility,;. Clergy, a,nd tJenlry, n-ho have not made trial of their distinguisiieii ancj jnViiluable cx-elicncies, it is proper to state, that thfey Kre I'ar mhre-waim, e>!nfi)rtr.bie, softs iunl pleasant, infinitely more durable, and th.'ugh every ifcay cuual in richness, iplegance, afid.quality, ar.Miiit, two-thirds the price of those With silk feet. . ,. 1.every article;Of llp.sierATj-' on-ijiofp adirantage terns tlian any other house i t.tif& i jlAiVliiiS be LET for Seviin Years, aird entered upon JL immediately, an elegant MANSION situate at Uarnes I'crrabe, on the EanksTif tUe Tiianies (and �Jverlo.okir.g,Chis-wick ob the-OpprKife si4e), lately occupfed hy, Lady Archer, the Ouchessot Gordon,-the Damsh Ambaiisador, and other persons ot distinction. .    . Itcontainsan entr^ince hall, saloon 21 feet bj! 21, small tlrawing room 11 feet bj 1S, eating room over saloon, a mor.i-wg parlour, bed rooms, dressing rooms, and a conservatory lOi) teet loiw, stockpdivith vines, andvjojning thawVoon.- liefore the.Bouse a neilawn,aud behind a garden, pSea�ure-graimd, and hothouse stocked with viiKs? stables for six horses, and double coach-house; the *bqle'plot' coinprfsing nearly an acre of .ground<- A house la^ly, ooc(ipied as a  'iirdcner s, will be let with it au accopmodatioo far rservants., '  �� ,   ' ,' Letters addrcs$ed-;tci!'Mr.;ll^i)U4i9 flampsBiT, Bul^infi^ t iit^sliireytvill nicet^with uumedtate.j^^^ I ''f^HE CASE-of a* DISTRISSSED FAMILY U -BL humbly ttoitUtt id to those whohayp U int;H!irpo\vcr, and take a pleasure id slleviating the safteijiugs.ot their fel-lew-creatures. A family of Te8p'e�;tal)�lity, n.OTV cMisisting. �t a husband and vi�ifei with' six childrdA-'SUiViVing. out  f mnc.who. lived. inj:cp4taUofi.ap>vaiJ'si' �: ''"'"^v ye'"-=^' �S nnoigh unavoidable misfortunes,.lyhiclf no human prudence ittuld foresee nor i�Tevtnt, redueed.'tp the utmostdisfres .''7rhe Smirift'st doHstipn/wllllie ntast; tlianlilully received* and  l*�'�\''''^''*J';^*'^'^f''�, The above raimiy�i-etums most ^ratcfulthnnhs to the several charitaWepferStowh*havealready Jiadthe goodness-: 'i* contribuf U10UR Intoinisthe V,l*Uc, tjj^the, riay,,a8 ubu^U bei � felly consulted, frbih nliie; ib'tlil^fc'at'hls liouse, ?�o.,51,; I* �>lli.-5tr('ct,;96bo, drt an1com<�aWite of the Urpthfti, as well. ['wundebiUt'     '        - ' Kcquisite, ill. l)ufouHia3^|ormaoJ^ LEY; b.yuaaiiiaioiisly re-electing liiin oneof your I'ltprc-. sentative's-:ui honour whicli hewill ncversuUy"; nor will lie ever brlray that sacrCd t"(ist v.itli \^iiichv(Hi liaveagain invested hini.   }'  1801 To tlic G E NT la l.M V. N, CI .KR(; Y, wid F R K (: HO LD ERS of th? COUNTY of.NOmNGilAM. ,   GANTtE.UKN', �     �      -      � IEEG leave to return you my raost sincere thnilks for ton distLtguishcd hohtmr whicluyou tsave this d-xy c()!ifcrr.'d upon mci, I Am highlyseiisibleof'thr3ix-peati.-d. I'uirk of y�ur coiiudence, and 1 sliall ejirleavour to prove tl� siiicerit;f'of my gni'ltude by an asiidliOiis atleiilioa Jo jrcmr intcrcsis,, add by r.iithfiilly -di.schai'siiig tiic varians and rni-p;>riant duties o; that clcvatcisituation tuwhfch yuuhayc , ,a�ainrai;cd,iiie.  ',; ; With tilt* viaTiTn'st ieriini(^iits of gratitude arid respect, lhavethe hiiiiijur to l>o, Os'iitlsmcii, Your most fci'vtUful and obedient Servant, XoUingham,Xuv.:7v'i80'i. , A.      EYRE. fiIh�"GENfelNUi-N%Cl^�;iirY, arid FREKUOLDElis �f the COCNTY of NomNGilAM.'-    ., '   Grs-n.-emen,       \ m(.',by rcturihit,!,-V.io t() l^arliameiit a thiril time as one rii" yv>r.r-n,tpiv'j!ntati�e5., i beg yoli to accept my un-ftrifinrvi a.id c^inual th;\n'.;s.   :livc;i a. il;i'.!crtng t.:sliin^% of : the Coiit'i:u.ince of yunr ^oori- opinion.and your, cniifidenc?,^ has eicilfii in rac fe'v iin;:?. i^c gr.itituiie and altachmi'ut, whicli  wiil e:'i.i 0"1<' with my lifC, ngever.. ci!?e tri walking, .it speed ly reniiivc-s Chilblains, and if used ia time, will prevent them from breaking, but fur this purpose it should be dissolved and applied warm.' , Sold only by. F. Newbery and Sons, No. 4.5, St. Paul's Church-yard, "L'lnd'in, in Bottles, jirice Ss. fc'd.; each | and by. theiranpointmiintbv Dicev, a.id Sutton, iisrw Clrtiri-hi yard ; Bacon and Co. 150, and Allen, 7b, O.vtord-slr.-et; Wade,Old B(wd-strect; Bavli^v and (.:o. Cocl;sp�i--Mtreet; Ward, MidtUe-row, Ilolborn; Randall, Royal Exchange} (;liirke, Borouijh, iligli-�treet; and J, Harris, at tite Coiner ot Ludmrte-strefrt. .     . N. h. Ooserve thut the words " F. Ncwhery, No. 45, St. Patil's,' .'inv en�'r.-ived on the Stamp. - UIITJIER Proofs' of the'j'^lTicacy of the Rev. Dr. B.VTICLAY'S ANTIIilEIOUS PILLS. .1'rom Lord Anson, St. dames s-square. SiK-I have tor some time token your (Barclay rt) Pa Vat Antibnious Pills, as well as your Specifac for the Gout, and I feel happrt^m informing, yon, -I have ulways rocrived the greatest Itoie^flt and relief trom them; and .shall, as 1 h':ive always donestnce I have experienced their clheUL-j, feel the greatest pleasure inrecommending.thenl.:- �/ I am, your s &c. AN SON Tothelicv.Dr. Barclay.-r-^l'eb. 17. From Aldornian Hibbert. Sir-Having so .essentially beii'itittefr by our Barclay's Arttibilious Fills, I sftouUl accuse inyseli were I to sailer any assertions to youad^antage To pas* unnoticed. J have been applied to by-'severalJ.Ji-iends at Bathy to send them some of your Pills; and aro convinced'you -yvouldhnd the advantage toestablish thesale of them at that place. I am liappy to say my health IS now very good, and I! am always reatfv to acknowledge the merits of your Mediciiic. I am, Sir, your obedient humble Servant;'. . S. HiBUEKT. Brook-street, Dec. 9, iM.v ...  Sold wholt^sale and retail at Jlr, TJutler's, No. 1, CIteapsidc, corrier of P-Wernoster-ro-rt^ J.and retailby most Country Medicine Venders, ii� Boxes, at .is.hd. each.       , Observe, none can be a;  j:iuiu'iwt:iiJiKiti Ai.ifji.,. lu,^ Earl of I-j]lkl%TEIt. T* Mr. ClXlNC^i Aipotliecary, No-. 4, Cliuapsidc. Sin, IUnderstantii from my Apolhcdary, tliat the Etrcct of your cniNiri'sFATENl'WORM LOZENGES, on mv servant, vyas coij>ptcte,-.in.TW irioaof tlientomaclv wA^ lucivatiid ; she had not cut sond. jeatfoi-many weeks.  livery mcjhcinc that two. Physicta!i�j ad ail able Apiithec.iry, could i Hiven,<6 heryVttt witlwui liriiper^ levtatodthe.pSir,:.but that was on taking ydiif JlcdUiue IWo day^ �n, b�ga'iito'�!at l�p<'� , aiiid an able Aptithec.irv. could venture to prescribe, was. Hlven-tohep, Vat wUlwutimiperfffect. 'J Jifc,w.-jrrii bath al- > � � iSii/ibiil that was ot)^y temporary relief. After cdl^iue two da^^ in Jiucci'iaioa,'she jjjot up and bafa'ato'^at h<^<'t( P> ^'' ofthe above Compjuluti; iwMr/ relieves Her. . B*teiKh,.(] Octobers!. t/facajside, ibiiacx of FAtefoostfr-ruw, N.B. Any desiieil number of Blank Sets may be had with le Set of tha Full Maps; price, coloured, I'i. irt Set: ain OS. .'   �    . ,     ' pne pi riic Subscribers that the .\ teen in num with an index thod ofapplying the Ail .is to the purpose ot. Geoa-rauhiciil Jitstrnrt'on. " In a te;v days will be published, hand.-o-nel y priatud, la one volnme, octavo, Af^RtGINAL MEMOIRS. Written daring the S-*^ great Civil War. Beinsrt.hc Life of.Sir Henry Sllngsbv, .J};itt, Iroin i'....';atol6l8, bv liimseU. ftlcmuirs of Capt. ./ohn l\i>dij.-!on, of Co^iUey HalE ji�ii,r ih-Jifax, m iofkshiiv; toudhiVig his (;oalnct in the Civil Wait, and hn fMubles after the Restot .lioil, iiicludmg sevcr.il reraariable pas!!^�es, and, a more p;irticular account of many importaiii Militp.rv Aetionsdurin-^tnat intcr.'sting pi-riod, than lias hitherto been made public. Written by himselt. Carefully frai)ecril;e~ frojn original MSs. To whicli will be added, copies of various important papets relative to tlie operations ot Olivt r Cromwell, and his army, while thev were in Scotland. Prlntcdfor Arch. Coiiitable and Co. Ldiuburgh,ani John ]\Inrray,.'i'2, Fleet-street, London.    I iasS01,linO,\' OFl'llE PAKlu.lAiMb.Nt'. This day IS publishad, price Nine Shilliiigj in boards, or HaU-a-Guiiiea bound in red,- in one iiiick and^cloiely primed vokiinc, the sizif-of DebTclt's and Keanlcy's Pccrarge,  ,       �        .  i BIOGRAPHICAL f INDEX to the LAST XtL house of COMMONS, contaiaiiig brief but cor-rect Notices ot the Lives, the Faniilv, %uid Party Con-nectioiiSj the Senatorial Cliaraefc^ and Conduct, ajid other iiseful and satisfactory Particulars relative to all; tic Members of the lai'e'GiMjiijions House af Wirlmnient; drawn up and printed'as a Companion to the Court Ittalcndars and the Pocket Peerngee.. -   lu an Appendi.v. .is given all the Divisions^-wJiich have taken place on great Public Questions durhig several Years past. � , . ;     . ,     ^ : .        .   -.        .' PriIltcdforRiehard,Phillips,No.6, llridge-stceet. Black-friars,-and to be hadVall BookseWci-s. ' - HELMS' TRAVELS froni BUENOS AYRES to PUKli This day IS published^ illustrated hv a Map, ia oaa elcgaut -v�lttii>e,.small joet-Avo, prioc (is. ii:tioards,       , rpRAVKLS ft'im I^UENOS AVR1'� across th Continent of .SOUTH AMERICA, by POTOSl ta MM\i pcrt-prnied in tlip Years i7!>� and 171)1, bewg the latest Tr.iveli through thosa CouD.tries:. with copious Kyt^si hy the T?i\n?liitor, containitjg authcntie Deso.iripiii^iis tff M the Spanish Pusness.ioiis in South America, drawn frdai the last aiid hist Authorities. V ^ DV AI^'"'"^^ =*^^^AfflV? HELM! ro]rti^�J.YX?is illa ?/ liisturictil and l)iograpliieal-> aud9. .>Vn Enquiry ri-t'i?ive to t:>e Auilior oP tlipse papers,., in which tli'9 prftt.-iisia.is of vd'rioua siipniised Writers are critically cxaii::i;L-d,aiid .:ho aaiis: of the r.;al Au-thuj-aiccrta:t:cd. '     . Bv JOTIM AI.MON, Aulhi of the I'amous Letti'i-^ of .lunius, :it:'.>'c fur which.ii'e has al-Avays been aelcnowledicMlo bo beit.-r qiwlili'.xrthananv othcf. Contempor.iry'of that (ii..tii;pais!ii;.i Wiitvr. This tditton claims,tliQi-efore,,t!!ede;-ided Preft-i-caceuf the l^;ib!ic..a.5 the last Work-iif the veteran ii'-Jitar,- w-hiv was i;-.t'/maf'C!y coa-IK-Cted M -.111 t!u> nio.st trmliieiit Potiticnl -ChaVt'ctcre'Of, tlie-period andt N. B. "Among the,Ehgravinys arc a Portrait of the Author of th.-so L-.'Ucrs, and a fal- simile of iii^ geni'VnH i*na-i v.riiiiii; in contrast to the t'liigned haiii under -,; liicU ho ccites-pHMded with his Printer. ,   NEW-MEDICAL ai;.l SUiiC!CAE WORKS. Printed fur Lo.sG-.i.i.N, lltaSr, Kkks, and O a .me. Pater-no .ti'-r-rinv ; and and D.-.vii:s, Sir.usd. l.rpH'E PRlXClPLliS or- SURGERV, Vo- JL knne the Fir^t; asthuy relate to \-v'i.'a!!ds, Clcersj; and I'istulas; Aaeuvisms, iiid 'yVoundc'd Artrwes, FiMclures of the Limbs, and tiie Duties *f tlie jlllitaryiwd Hospital Murgeon. Bv Joiin Bell,-Surgeo.i. � In On-.large Volijaie. R ;ery,. Volume the Secoadj ecn-, tainii�g the Operations of Sur,.;e;'y, B% .loha Belt, Surjjeon. la Royal Qu.irto, illuitrateit by irumcrous Eniraviu^s. xTice 5.'. 05. boards. 3- T'i .."ll, SHiv.eona. Ii:4 vols, roval Svo." vi i.li unaie-rous EngravoLts. t'riee'i/. ^s. ja boarjs. Envr.ivi\i. uiriii.  ,7. Eiigravmss ot the .-\rttr1c3. Hv Cli.trta Hell, Surgeon In ImpcrTUl octavo, beautifully cjlaercd. Pfiii: Li. Js. in bo.=-.rds. / b. burgiCal Olwervations. Pert I. cantainmg a Classification ot lu.HOars, v.ilh Caies to !lln;-ir..ite tue History ot eacb .Species. By Joaa AbeiaclhY, 1-. r. S. :)va. ijs. ia bo.-.rds. ,      , . ;i.--------.--.----PiTi If. cc.it.itni.iy an Ac count ot.the DisOr-bof ilcalth hi g'.iaeral, and 01 tlie di geilne Orgaii-i m particular, whidi accompany local Dis.. ease:, and obitrurtlh-'ir (,UTe.   U-^JoHa .\b--'rnetby, t .K.s. In I I'Ol. bvo.   Price lis. Ill bo;rrds.     .- 10. Observation^ na, Abortion : coirtiinlag .in Aicoant of the Mannpr in whic'i it ij at^coniplishea , tae taiwes wlneh, prodnccd it, aad the ;Uethol ol preventing 0/ troa:ing U. lltr', John Burns, Lecturer oa iMiJivitcry,  1� 1 Vol. Svo.   Pr.ce 4?. bd. in,Boards.        � 11. Tire Moiern Practice    Physic.   By EUwunl Goodman Clarke, M. D.   11 i Yol. �vo.   Price IV. i.i.Uoavds.    . Ig. Medrcma* Prixoos Coinpffiidienst.   By 1.. G. Clarke, M. D-   IVrjO;  Price ys. sewed. . . i;�, Medicina NaCillcii; an Essay oa the,Diseases of Seamen;  By Thomas Trotter, M. D. Lite PhysiciDUi ta his Ma-argcry, Pi�ar-, malA-,'Uo(iwiy, Natural. Histury, .tud Ch
                            

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