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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                f rice 6d, TIIRATRn ROYAL, Tl(RtJh.V-LANE.       -HI^ pFesent Kveiriing His Majc3t/�s Servants will perfohn thfcCoinic "Oprr.t bf THE XRAVc;j.LEIlS. KoyaajWf.Dmham.J iMaruJiimic^ Au-ridd, Signora Sto- iVIth TUR MOCK DOGTOKi T race. . witn xu Mo-rtpr.ro\�', will be pfndiitcd (never ytffarmed) a nc\t^ J'rolir.' . "       ril E A'l'�    ROY A f-, (() VENT-OAR � V.ti. rrilllS PilKSENT Evening will be pcrformpd, JL a new Play> Irt iivc a�tfc,. iaterspej-sed with JNh ii �, Tlic l*rincip:il 0Uarax:tm bv Mr, Cooke, Mt; iMmnltH, Jlf. Keinlrie 5 Ai�>� C"i KeH>l>lo, ^li�s 3mitli, ;\liss tiran-toii.-The l'roitH''�e-ti> l>a spgken by-ftli'. Uruaton,-iiiu EBiioiuebv Mi�>''i^)(i�ton. aaJ MtSj aialWks. � * AVith TiJ4rFttrCH OF BACO . 'tft-tnorfo^iOoVK'-'s. To wliicli will beaddrti, in two acts, never licrfrtfrngd, a new (irand. Ojirriitifsil Spi'i-turft!, wbii'h bas'bcptrin pri'paratroit, u1{ tbe tu^nmeri cj.iirU ilie ' Partiiergliip �,li*t�rwn   JAeiCSOV,  JS'ASH, and tliOYU, pf Alanc^iosteraiid C'la-jjtoftvMtlJs, in the Comity VjE. Lailtaitei', Calico rriatcws, is,.dissvlve(i   by iniittial � ce&sed. : .   ^ �   . ^ -     ��           TnoMAS-j:ACK:aoXt ,    . ,. AUb'RliO JM^OYIJ. ,^,. .ii,.,(^;..r-..,-i.r.--� � �-~- FCIRStJi^NT to a: Decree of tliolligti Court tjf Cli'nrtcei'y, mmlfin � Cause? Pksti:i,li.'. '/.ovcU, tlis Grfditor5 of (iooi>wiN '/.ovcii^ l.ite of S!u)tttTy, in thJ^ Parish of Old Stratford, in thf Coui.-ty of Warwick, (:&;itkmaji, are peratmallv  r hv tiieir Solicitors to comi" in land pMve thtit Debts'li-foi*- Sir William WiUer lVpj�, .'iJart. .ujtt,': of tlicMastrri of tlic iuUl Court, at his t.'haiiH>crs !p Soutliamptoii .lJuihIiiigs, CbauciU'y-tar.v", London, on or letort! tiie vHUt of Uceeinhcr iVoxt, Or .in difailU thereof tliey will h-r fixcludcd the licmtit of-the said Decree. One Hundred ami Tw.enly-seveii Tiiousantl Pounds ready to ' be advanced on ghiid SecTifi ties. �'ESSft!^, EUCAS and Co. beg icavc to inform those that may he in Want, and desiroiie of IJorrow-Lig ieiagorai:y or pcnivment Sums :     GBNERAL\ELECTtON. TothiGENTliKinftN, Cl.w.tU s , and FllKl',fIOLt)EnS of lUe COU.NTY of OXi'OllD. IGettti.j^mgSv BEG ywi to accept tny very sincfre and gr le Annuity liittrcst for tlie same ; osalso to those qf known Property, any Part of the above will be adwanccd  ...... 20,080............. 40,WO io,yoo............. 'JO*vwo 5,000............. lf),l)v)b i,m. � m:...........  -i.Qo;) � 193;....^^.....   .2,(W3 :   .130............    2,()00 20............ 10.>,000 �L.250,000 Tickets sto'd Sliatcs iireon Sale at all the Liccnoed-Lcttery � V, PRICE.      . : Ticket,...................L.I9 15  0 Nf............... 10-2 0 Kight.lu...........2 11 U SixieeHtW;......,. 1  � 0 MVt 'ii^Wa^Myidii^M Js oft'eretl by , S^ld^iift^^UrskY m PRINOK, orifiinal.J>ro. irictorswf Ibe ft0SslA 01L� if It can Be proved thcr� ever to'aify.j^icW fbr*tlw gftMvth of. hair oMlMttnamci-ftr (ith the jjtapre^sioni of ifte Russian Ivflgle, rtfered to the iMio, before diicoyered by Ihoitiselye?,, and'V;i>o defy any-srson td^^ttbcn&sclves to be ProtitlKtora 61 Rtiasia Oil, Bless C|)uhterfsVt?iult .is nc.�fcBsary w hifottJl e^l)untry'sh6^l-^ persf and^.^era, tharth* ,Pr*>p!fiptor� ojf thte .val�4J>IJ5; 'rovery^?i(f nMeis geiivjlile Mt )sethalta(w|hc;lj�bfelottthefttttsidfe offlfeachl^ I' ftoprteiffi4,rtototftftH^^^^ The Ri?S8> M is Ts'B�*^ISfitU^^r>i>e�SBnt�^^ a.gUinea, Ik: ha* o,6ftKe PrpBJlwtow, ii(o,(333, cxford-Btrbet, L�tt-, II; arttl by theilf�ijmj>ij)ti�potatniost. pijioeijjal Mediilnei: f"iltrsatid l?erjfi^*lmili twii^ml counMry. Country Vep-r< V \(a Tvisti i U�d>wltb fh�' fUiasia* Oil, by a^iply-; totbe^^l^ou^^or;, [Vt^^oli^ Vender in IJondon, '1 rcccis.elibeiraJ.altoH'OTce. Ahjo qiav ba had Ay*olcisale .....                    ""-"-^---BtrWtjDabUri, Kirmly attaclied twthd Principles of our free and happy ('onstituiloii, and Mt .All times wuriuly iivtercited in Ovi-ry tliiiia^ wiiich c e Welfare uml I'rosp'-rity of-this t'ouuty, mi Oiie cairpdsjibly be more sCn.iiWe tiinii lain of the inipnrtanfe (if the TrutitWhich ^i�ii hi.vetliu.* cO iHded to iiie, anJ no iuw I will vwitiiiv to !nul. Can    more ad.xious to diacliaJ-ge tlie Diities (if it with Fidelity .-ind ZeaU 1 haVc the Honour to be, tieullement AVith tlic greatrst rfspeel* .    Your nniBtobliiedSnd faithful SerVanh. - r. A. SPEXCKR. Blenlicim. Xov. 14, Ifia'i \.     'v-^-of,thc:coe^*T;-of^j^LiN^rr'. .THli VQLUNT14ER.S. .      . .    ' . Ath,-4TirNovEMDEa,'I80'?.- 'i CONVENED, in consequence uf A yspnper.?, by order of ih^ Cdiweiitf, the following .NoBi.t3Mk.\i (�i:.NTt.t:Mti.\, I'liBEaotrtiJUS, ,Jt;srit;iiS of Pir.vcr:, and Co.uMis.siaNCliii of S�'Vpi.y of �  KAVY'OFr.lCfe,.\r,v.3, IKfln. r|[lllft Vri>i6fpat OjPI-eJ-.f (ciid Comnmi^iiticrs of_ Jb. � itii Mrji^'.tlf's .'iiiti/ (In /ierehif give Huliit,   ll.i, l.nl of ;Uie oUli^>iiioa -yon hnve imposed �n. )f which I shall ever feci tomwUie thecon- :.Which I tiitertiin nH*; aii.l tU;i anxiety', t^nu'imce bf \our SulTrai^cH niid JipplfoVaiirfn, . I have the hdiiinir to bii, (ient'.eincn, V.'ilUgr�it re.-tpect,\ournuicUobligedanlfaithful !5 i Constitutional i, and that tlie: Alt'iiiioii whith he h; y pronipt dcciiion, indefatignble perse.voranre, and a perfect knowledge of'the iinpor.taiit ^lurstittn at issuo'-a^a Question on which "dop;;i:de;t the lAisteiice of the. WOOLl.K.V MANUPACTD/H; of YOllKSIIlRli, in its present ilohrishing and improving state. fice of their truie for that puvuiwei via TheUiRhtUon. the;;Karl of PatMci; W'ariiei'of Afdeer, ' tglmton, Uol.'ert Claigow of MoiJiit- The Right Hon. the Earl of    greeiian, 'Xiasivliis, / .,. AV.nl. Pallarton of Skelton, Sir W illiam Cunninghanl 6t Wni. Oowie of Canibsiscaii, RoheVtland, Itart*        ,    Thomas Miller, jun. of C(le�-SirAmlrewCiithdaHoif Carle-     lee, .   trtu, Hart, . -   ;    G�t�t'ge James Gampbcll^o^^ .TohnilamiUOn of Sundrunij ;    'iVeesbauk, .William Cu..'uingbau� of Jiu-  \Vra; KeUuof D.itiUtith,' t(,'fi)iiiie,I W'm. Caitipbell of Nethei"^ '^jabjt, R0Swell of AiiC^enleckj.;..^  Vljw;?.� �.w - - :Wiii. I'iintpbollof I'jurfiAl,   C^ol---- Brisbane of Brfs- Dajrid IJoyloof .Marass, - biinej, - Claud, Ale.xa.'Hkr of ^tialla- Cliarlcs Bnehan M'Mlken of i^yle, Kilsaintniniail, Joiiii llamlHouj jdn. of Suili- David Limond of Dalblairi drum, Jseil Siiodgrass of Cuuning-Hngh Hamilton of Pinmore,      bamheadi .old U.>p"V ^;^^aJl3 fiuitj lilac ks, Maij, Plat-:, "flefiisrt timK, S:i;iXfiig3, 'I'ippe'i, �Ileiap iJatd.^, llr.minut'lis, l�in-thcrns. Oil Casks, &t.&c. ' ' .J It lyin^ ill l/ie iuid I'jfi.', xzhere ,,anij P-.r^tnif uh/.inff to heroine piicdittseei' mti.f liav. iibei'tt) t>J uicuii't; Nic niiiifi dHtin^ the cismiuoh moi-kin!; IwU'-i^of l/w ir'firfl, uniil IheCn �fS-uU, , '    '      " ' jnu�n(ories artd Coudiltom 0/ Sale maif is had litre and at thtVatd. ^ AV Y -t^i  t; 1;CK, fvov. io. 5 Pi-inctpul Officers and:ComMs.s7yr.u:r'y ^IIIS Me f ain^irj^ EiRe^^  is.jM(�t�y �ntlt^d'to thevRjeputfltiMt' itvflft� sn long aC' iteaabov/eev4nr.otUcr.l'�parat|on�f 4S(> kiiidi /^^ tmt penctratlhgi ai�datt�nuattng'<).ual\tiies, ,U Is^iund tin the niflM potrerf�diipmitati6nin:Rheumatiaip^,:5pn^^ iM;�]^,(�.l�  J. Harvfe, at the 90/ ey and O). Gwckipur-stre^f j Randall, JjLoya\ ExclJaii�>; |;,"vO"i)w,ve thaUbe words" F.Ncwbt::'y, No. 45/St. are enjiavt* on the btump. Resolved, Thiit COndttct so highly nierKnrioa?, has iuitly entitled .Mr. L.\SCliLl.lvS to.the'ejtoem, the ct>/i hti .Swaiiie William Siiupson Rilihard Lightfoot Jumes Knight .loseph Taylor � W. iV. Newbv Itobert Waiiihouse Edward Wainhouse Thbmas Boothroyd J/ihn Ross iPimotby Bates f-e^is Ale.vandet Thomas ji'riciNley William Grecmlp 6'eorge (Vrecnup John Walker Henry Lodgii . Daviil Dy��n John Roth well . Thomas Preston John Miliier Joseph R�shforth Jotin W'hiteley ElyGIcdhill Ii, .H. Scliorey William Swainson Jahnis Thompson WiUiaift Emmet TliomaSBafei William Bates Robert Settle .John Ertiwet lyjlliam Uoyland . Johtt ftfiichell, ien JoUn Jidwards U, >V. C-oultlmrit, D,D, (.by desire) .Tames'Pniiks, M. A. IN'illiam Jiawsott � John Rawson W illiam Mitchell William Rothwill JaniesMoore - ' .John AVaterhonsc ; Sainnel VVate.rhouse Josi'ph Prirstley John Bramley (by ricsire) John Dyson William Currer ' H. I/. Ivdwards Richard Hudjon, A, M. \V. H. Kaivson John Leos Rowland Rahisden Sanmol Smith lienry Currer Samuvl'Dyson Jairies V. iglesworth Jusba* Smithson Copley Brown George Casson James King,        -liamlet Bent     , John Birkhy Jeseph NbrmingtOD Oeorge Dixon. William Bolland Sharp Brearley John Huigh Jcre. Sharp John Ingham C. Ci; Plqman Thomas Ilrig^s ^ AVillJam Bradley Richard Priestley Oervasc Alexander,    , Anthony Moss, Clerk John WatkinsoB, sen; Johii \Vatkinson,:iun. JdsepU WatkiJi�c>n CfeorgeShaW fonBJunciieiijscii. Samuel Lord . -Noyemberl3th.-^Th r^�d,sOcliniond{PiiHii]im�nt, .1 haVe tlie Wotitiiir to b�, w'itb the grwJest.reSJ^cct,,   Y'ttdribOfetobedltuibttrtible Sprvant,, 1 'T �ENJM^RKr,�ifll PRUSSIA, iiiffth^C of War; � taining ..'>^vM>.------------------.-- , c�Ui>.cilfulatod;lo �iacjd#w Jhea''�li'ni ?tatfl[, ot tho^*lof^ tfieni Nations, anH df the� PfflitldU Relations.. - r---^    .. ;.. ..�rVBrtfOlJN'-eAft'Kf'Es^i �,'   :�.!��      � Authflr  teff6f;:tb�'�OTcraVC(>0*l�i antl VAWtfiijs phVti- Printed for flidhafd PMlliB?, Budee-street, .Bli^ckfriafs y dnd'tobe,Hnd>fWl,hooW�ilbA.*''^^^^^ ;   ,   -. Of wbommav^ �iacl,.tl>e SaHANGER in IRELAND^ by the tainu Au(lto/r pirlce 4d r Air, John iVu;rd'>eh, bheriif Substitute, Air, , Majiii-.) ohn Siiaw, M;iybo!e, J a mes .< 0linsion o f S! 1 aU 0 c h- wrecS:, Major .lohn. Webst('r,: Air, Col, Joi. Burwitt of Ciad-girth. Col. John Rcid, resiJin . ^-.j;; him altcndi. ,   " ,,f � .seconded by Mr. Ken- R'esolvtJd, J, That the Volniitcers of th? Kirigditri ;it large are ei.t'iiled ta the approbatioii, bjgh. esleMn, and graili:ii>(e of th^^i. Country, for !i:iving,,by tliclr gc:!ifr!iue e.verliuuj, during tiraes of tiie fvreatcst difficulty ana dKn^iT es-ientially cositrionicd. t'> its safetyj by guirding against the atUiclis of foreign ai'U domestic I'oc;. 2. t'hat ihe vvarm:'si tliaiiks of this Meeting are particularly due to (he Veoinanry and Voluntjcr Cor|)-3 of .ViVihiiv, who, uiid,.-r tiie supi.TintL'iidiag cdrc of ti;e i.ord liiienie.-iaiit h.id arrived u.t iueu a 3-�ti; of mdit-jry divfii>l)iH', a^^ tu 111.-rit that high oyiiiioii vvliicli the Uit'.: (.'oinmandor nf th.- l-ori-'/s ^in iscolland ttiiiu;;iit tic.fj cspreiSTeg'ir'.iingtheni ; :i:J'! v.hi!, Jin the men;i time bavt-, so lioiiosiriibiy to tiieinsi'lvei:, .mil so much ti> the SiUiufacti ting can lot cut'.Tt-ji.i a il.inlit,, tliut theitiiinteresled /,eal div-i|)iayi'd by tiifne tJiir;)?, lor t.iJit purpose, will l/C- supported by r;-gul.u;orj3 proper to eu-ure tiieir futiire sorviecB in such a sta.te of ijticiiiH y as ii:av be ' creditable to lheinselve. ui�lisheii in the Courier iiiid Globe, (-iinglish Papers} ami in all tiic : u.�ual SicotcliNewspiipers. 11 uas then moved Dy Air. Cunningluun pf Kntcrkine, atsl seconded by Mr, Camp'bellof Treesbauks,'th:it the fallov. inj; iies'olutions, which were drawn up by Mr. Hoswell- of Huchinleck, be adapted in plaiie of Air. ilaiiiiUoiis: Re.t, Bltvok-fria,r.' - and to be had ofUiSookselleis, aad at all U irtuldl-inff Librai'i;'.''. �     �     �    � bf'Vfhoni i;i.~.y be l:;rd3. And �:ie .vlAS!.-, V, IFE, aad WTOOVf. By .Mr. Sid-dons, ,.'J volt. ijs. i-.d,. 'fhiidav is iVv-'>l�' ''.rii ta'x'crsror  di-^i !>. Sold by Syi;><)nJs, PvLter:iottcr-row,Vaod K,:iy,S^?, straa;?. This Day is [S-iblisiie t.     itvi. price h.V. in buarJr, t.i:: First  i'arl of thejlU \'o!:ii!^  roveiiient ijf.tiieij'ou.ifri-. Pi'ii'itvl hv W.Bulmcrund t,:o. fiirG.-n. a;.i .Wivi.  ;�.;;! PalI-.\!aH, iUioksellcrs to his- Ai.-i;.'ity. and tlie        ! -AsrieuHuve ; and sold by W il'.cie ;ii:d ifiih.n-o:;, Val lei-iow ; James Asp'Tne, Cor.ihill ;  Ca lell  aid ij tvnr, Stranil ; W . Creec::, Kdiniiugh; anl Joii:i  .-."ri^. ,This diy is publisiied, contniniii;; Hake's l^rogirs;. Plates 1 a'iid.j ; >i!!rriag'�a-la-Mo:ie� i-V.rtes 1-aiid ;i ; Dislrcsst-d I'oct; Enraged ivlitsiciiin; Strolliiig PlaiiTs ; ;,iid .Martjue-rado at Somerset, JiOU:ie; Prire j'lali'.a (iaiiica. oiiDeuiv IV.p.-r, or pfice One Uuinea on lioyal i'aper, with Pnm'f hnpressions, the First >.u.:i'.)or of .' lUE GEXUtNE WO life of WILLIAM � HOGARTIJ; io .be Coniyr�..^ea in Si\reo:i Nuiu!)i-i:, each Numb'.r contain !i;Sevin or Fi-iit l'ri".!s, about. Foriy I'ases pf Letier-piress.   1 U.u-tr.'.tVd   it.'i J>iii::rap^-.;cal Aneedotts, a ('bnnwiugic.il (?aia!;:.'�.>,�,"   '1 -� '  But w the great JBcnefit t  be derived from thetrt oa^ oidy; I b'e lecured l�v bitviiig tbem Iiennirie, the DuWic are rvXiuestedT t(� dbsewe, tbotll. TlAV W-AHD; Nc. ti>, l,ndgatc-HiU, U printed An the SU|imu,-a|s all otkenr are Cou'itettk-itt, ^Thcse"LO/KNUE^nu?prei�arWan(| Kdld by R-HAY, tKARI)V(successor to T. Oicenoagh, thfc Inventor,) No, 10, L�d�9tixHiU.j. and- 8(i^jl.by F, New-bufy-and Soiw, No, 4&, St. PuuFs Chorch-yard! Bayleyiand,Blue, Coclwpuro stroiit; nivou and Co.. No, luO, .Oxford-street ( uud Win. Uiar)^ ^'o,      fioriAiKb, pVicc is, Ud. tht Bo.i. anJF. rf-A. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Reei, and Orme, Paterr.Jsirr RffVr, : Works of the iiiiniitaljle Hog-.irlh have ir>t only been fi>r v.'itli avi.liiy i� iii.- native Co'.iiitrv, but have been adnjirv'd by ev>>ry ei'viitv.ej .\iUi�:!-.i'i> t)n.^\Vi)ild. Since his Ueath v,-iriiiU.s"i;ditii;u.i of life Viorks bave. fr,>;;i Tiine tu; i'.nne, b-en ohered ta tuc I'-.-F.'.ie. But-v itlioai att:'i:;puiig . tty depi'sciat'-' any.cf t!ic fivruTer i'.ditions, ir is presumed that t:i','p'.eAiit \V'ork will, fcoiT. i;s Eleg-inve and Cb::;;p-.ie5!', stansi unrivalled.   ,,      � �.The whv;le' work' W'.il be c.iuiprJ3i:4 in sivtecn Nvunbers, any tliat ti-ive pree-Mi-a us, aim ouviaio many oijjt'ctiohs to fdriii.'r IMitio.is of the Works Of llosjar;!!. lY Divkic Proviilencii, tite UAL^ of Qt'lTO ) istlicbest Remedy in the uni^cr^e ('.'r .^crvn-.'-.s Coin-jilaints,i"iie most      f rfnl Rcsu>i"ativeaii..j i ;.--a3iiii.".:!;ig Ualin of l.iie and Health, ai.d the safest aii  e-is by any meaiis debiL-tatc.I, t:i|s restgr.itive ni,if r.'-:�iimritii>g" Ij.-ilj)* of Life aid ' ile -.:uiolnus nervci \vill be wuvried u!..!"steadied;-the ivla.xid tibres Will b',f biwced ai\d Ver.Sei'o.l tjna ; the muscL's wiil-bf. iavisorited- the siaMvs will be glreiigtUene.1; ttieeii c-ciated limbs will be. cavcred With tjrm llesh; the e.vhaujud vessfis will be replenished;  the impoverished watcrv blood vv'iil !>�'ci>me i^icli .-iiid .bUisanuc, a.;d its lauguiU circulatlo.i res\m\-d to the sftiiati*'-impetui*, which is"'.he true crlieuun of health,j'tlic l.-.i..:;�m droopiifgspirits will be. revived and exhilar.it:\l; digtstjon will .be pr^tnotcd ; in short, thetoi^'of the nervei.will he restored, and by tBcse, meam tUcJwhid* epiistiti>tio|i will be renovated. 1 ccbleiiess, lasViiflde, anxietv, melatJeholv, ami ,ill thedculoritble symptoms Wdlsense Will vanish; ui.(l*tre�gth. nnlour, s�>rcnity, aiirteveW evidence Pf rcHiovatfd hpatth w it^ bi; the hnppy result ctuVingtliisiiiesUrtiable Unliij in due time, according t(i the dlrectioRSfor ase >vliich accompany eucli bottle.  The Bilni of Qi�i�� Is preuart-daudsoidby W. Withers, tbrmist.; Stcaud, neur TVniple Bar-  lleuil by Tutt, Koj.-.i. t.x'chi�i>ge; 7t), Oxfoti-strcvt} atwl 5!:<, Pttll-MM�; pruc   

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