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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 20, 1806, London, Middlesex                                .J THURSDAY, NOVmtBEn^O^ 1806; THEATRE ROYAL, DUUla-LANE. ITPIHIS present EveningHis Majesfy'sServants JL  ivill perform (for the first tiineV anew Coinedv, called fJ'HE VI.NDICTIVii MAN.      � The Principal Cliaractcrii by Mr. LUiston, Mr. II. Sid-*)n5, Mrri. II. SiHdoiis, and Miss Duncan.  Tlie Prologue to he spoken by Mr. Dowtoa ; and tlie Epilofflu; by jMjss Duncan. Wifli THE LYING VALET. To-nn>rro\v, No Song No Supprr. THEATRE ROYAL, OX)V EiNT-CiAR�i:N. f Tims present EVENING will be performed JL the Tragedy of DOUGLAS, Nerval, Mr. C.Kerable ; Lady Riimlolpli, Mrs. SiiWons. To which will be added, In Two Acts, never performed, a New (>rand Opcratical Spectacle, w hicli has been in pve-baration Jill the Summer, calk'd � TheDESERTS of ARABIA. >1Iith entirely New Scenes^ DresBes, and Decorations. TiieMusiiC composed by Mr. G.Lan/.a, juu. '  To-inbnow, Adrian aiid Orrila.  , s BIONEY HEADY TO ADYANCE ON LIFE A^-N-UITIES REYERblONS, &c. 'K: KOBERTS'lfeSpMfully informs tRe No-L bll.ity and Gentry that require any temporary or pcr-maitL-nt Supply of Money, that he is authorised to laN out, by Persons of the tirst respectabilityj numerous Sums of MoaeYfroin 200/. to 10,030;. for redeemable Life Annuities, and Reversions, secured upofi Landed Estates, Houses, Funded Property, aiid,CharcliLlviflgf>, for which the most liberal price is given. " Personal appFications at his house. No. 22, CcOil-street, Strand; itirt letters, post-paid, daily attended to. CHEME of the NEW STATE L01'TI � '..3...-------....... - .5,1100.............15,000 '5.................. IjOJO...............    5,0!.)0.. H........ iji*)..4,0.)3 20.................       100------.________   .2,000 , flO...........------        .50i.____.......    2,000 S,W3................. 20............ 102,000 . :'�5i00Q    . \.  t  ., .  JL..250,000 TkUetfi and Shares arc on Sate at all the Lic^ced Lottery Olhcrs. PRICE. Tlclict.........-...........L.19 15 0,   " Half.............. JO 2 0 Qiwiter.... .'�> 1 (1 j;ighth;:i.........2'II .;6 SixtcMith......... \-:'(>  0 This Day "is piJblisiied, and delivined GUAtIs, t CATALOG U V\ of  MOD1:RN PU BLICA. GM.ONS andNliW EDITIONS of valuable STANdard WORKS, classically arranged, with their Prices, WMlCriticiAttis fr�)m lii^^ Reviews. Prihtfed tor.Lbngman, liurrt, Itecs. and Ortne, Paternos-Ccr-rowl Also ta be hud gratis of iill the principal Book-ellcjfsin Tdwft aud Goui'itry, who may olitain iuppKfS ��f them by applying to Mcs.'^rg/LoMgman ^    Co, ^Vi9 �)ay is puhiisbed, price 7s. 6d; la boards, !NEtEMENTAllY TREATISE on PLExVD- ING in CIVIL ACTIONS. EDWARD LAWKSwof the Inner Temple, London." Pciated for.Brooke and laarKe, ycll-yard, Temple IJar; ami J. Buttcrworth, Fl;'et-strfei. � This Day was pu()lisnecl,. price Us. Bl'ORY  OB!�ERVATiGNS   bh   tlie ' PUBLIC SECURITIES, and HINTS on TAXATION.     " The humble but well meant endeavours to create a coii-fiileiite in fl^r resourcesacainst tUc l�ostilitv of an in;i!iious M�,,Z,---------j _ ... ..-i-  .1. -    v....-    . By a REVENUE OFFICER. Printed for R. S. Kirby, No, li, London Honse Yard, St. Piiul's } J. llatchard, 1^1), tiecadilly ; aud W. J. and J. RicliardsoH^ ai^. lUyalExcii^tnge.         '      ' WINTER AMUSEMENT. � '     This Day are publi.'lied, 1. A SIMPLE NARRATIVE; or, a Visit to thcN�Trton FamUy s 2 vols. l.imo. price 7s; sewed. '  8. I)aron'de Falkcnhcim, a German Tale of the Thirteenth Centurv; 2 vuls. f?. sewed, ^3, BjTttvaot'Kohetlfta;. or, the Black Forest; 4 vols. ISs. sewed.. ' 4. Th% Gaslle of Berry Pomeroy, a Romance; 2 vds. t's. tewod. h. The Anglo Saxons; or, t)ie Cpurt of Etj^l wulph, a Romance j 4 vols. l�s. tewed. ' a Ch;ijpple, Pall-Mall; W; USejmolds, Oxford-street; and all HiHtKseUers. NATURAL\HISTORY. This Day is published, a,new Edition.coiwidcrably extended and improved, iu Threel�rgc Volumes, 8vo. price il. lOs. iuboardc, ' ANIMAL BIOGRAPHY; or, ANECDOTES and CURlOUftFAQT&i relative to the mrtnncn, Im-biti,aud,eco.iomy,of ^Ue YibOJ"^ ANIMAL CI^EAI'Wifft iDllcctcd from Works 0f Authqrity in all Languages, f^oiu expensite JJooks �r Kaliiral History, from Voyage aiytH Travcjs, anafiom every 'authentic Source. The whole Qlw^d andarrangeiaccordingtotl^esystipraof L'^nnaus.. � By the lUV. \V. BISGLEY, Fellow of tlie Liaaffl.'kn Society; and IstQof i^C Peters Gol- , � icgjei C?uMbridge, ^.. This Worfcjhas been pronounced by ppmpetent judges,both at hom road, to lie ode of tho most cutertaining in the witire compass of Literature. Jts trdn^P^tio^ int* the French i4iugitiif:e; its republication in Aoicrica, and the rapid sale of !iui'ci<.isivelar^e EdilioRBqt flom^t^re $o .many demonstrative proofs of die higbestfmttlion in which it isheld by naturae ustA, by.CPVdi^Qt^St Tuf^S^Biainariea of Educ?ttion, aud by the Public ^t'larije.^^ PtiBted for\HichaPr�^PhilHps, No. 6, Bridge-street, Black-friati)^ uad-to fiailiad of hU Booksellcrii. .       , Of whom may ho had. The ELJ^MENTS ,of NATtIlJ,AL JIISTORY, for the use of Rchaols^iid YOuni; PewoM, av^ith engraved roinvsen-tuiioj)s,�f Tw lliPT my sinccrcst thaaks for the honour me, and the anxiety wliicli I siiiiU cver.f.vl t.) ensure ihecontinuance of your Suffratjes and asiiiro:�atiou. t have the honour to l>,',GentJt;men, V.'itli great respect, yout'nxucli obliged.in.Ifaiih-tul Servan% Flint, Nov. IvJ.le'.i^     '    �   ' :moM A v �(0-Jr ^ s To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY,aiitl Fltl--EUO..DEtiS of the. COUNT\ of .STAFFORD. Gestlkmpn, IN retur�iing yon eiir (ha!iks for the distinguished honour you have roiiferrcd upon us, by uii;inimoU:-Iy re-electing us your ReprrsiMitaiivt'S 111 Parliament, we cannot omit ti^exprcfs how highly we are gratilied by the approb;i-tioit you have been pleased" to tf>tify of our past coniUu-t. 1 f by pursuing the samir prii cplesu.ion which we have hitherto acted, the same ^appolt may he ensured, 'w rely with coiifi-dciica on the contiifuiince of your good opinion.. To m;.'ri.l your approbation lius been our roiislnnt endeavour; tb'have obtained it is our greatest satisfaction. , :>'Ve remain, with>vcryseutiineut of gratitude and respec^l, ' , (ieiitlemcn-. Your obliged, and devoted Servants, GRANVILLE LEVESON GOWER. LOW VRl) LITTLLION. STAFFORDSHIRE. T a Special County Court of the Sheriff of the . County of Statford, held at the Shire Hall in Statlor.I, on Wednesday the 12th day of November, l80;i, for tlie Election of Two Knights, to rtpreaent the said County in the ensuing Parliameiit, Resolved unammouslv. That the IThanks of the Freeliolders now assembled, he given to Lord GRANVlLLIi LEVESON CiOWKR, for the Public Services .he has ^^udcrrd his Country, and to Sn^ EDWARD LITTLETOJH, Bart, for his long and fiiithlul Services as a Representarive of this County in I'arliameut. *^   _ L: W. P. INGE, Sberiir. ^Dayweh^ugijheANEW itedivivum.", Sold by Longinan, HuVit, Rces, mid Onne, Pateruo.^tcr-... row-,-Of whom may be hiid. The three First Volumts of Lo'mliimm It edivivum, price 5/. is. boards. 'J'iie Fourtii Voluiiii', wliich completea uic Workj wlU appear sortii after (.'hrijtmas. This dav is pui*li3lu-d, Price'23. ^IIE ECLl'^CTlCRHVIKVV, No.XXIlJ. The Conductors of this I'liblieation, on its ttrst establish- Instead of prostitiniiig thei"r'page.s to tho aervicc ot V ice, ur the A lews of aiiv (iect or Party, by iinm.'iral Iteiiiaiks, and iiutelicate yuotaiioiWj t!ie iiitntduelion of nl>."iuu>i political I'Rncts, orUy iiibidimV-l y assailing luu Doctritirs ofgeiiuine Christianity, they dcti^rmriietUo pic'seiit the virtuous J'aieht, the enlightentid Patriot, and the Chrisiia.i Scholar, witii a Critiifiil JtMiriiiilovhoE'.; moral tend, hey should be not only Jliitmlessliut licnelicia^ a M ov!c w hich tUey miglit read witti-bUt Olfehce, .'iiid ivcoirimend without tieruple. It i.s pcculi-rtfiy gratify ing to thfe Coil luctors of tlie ixlcctic Rirview, thattheir exertions have oljtained solarj;;astmre of gjiiiei-.l acceptnilCi;5 ajid that, if tlie IJetision .m' competent a'nJ iia-liiasded JndJ^es may be tras'tcH, it Ii4s iiot only accomplished � its tfhar;ieteristic Objects,. Init has lii vurioui points ucccii-fuUy rivajl'.'d lis ibosi dislinguishivd Competitor.-., aiid lii muiiy Ir.veiiiiig I'rayors for every Day in the Mimlh. i"o [ireiixed, a Di^coarsa oa fdiriily Iteliijioi). On Monday next will be Published, handsomely printed in ^r......- .  .    ........    .  with a coloured extra biiards, LIFE; or, J. Smiles and Hearty Laughs of CHARLES CHEAR-FUL and MARTIN MERRYFELLOW. In Twelve Dialogues. Being an Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life. �  �- PantaGelos-ANTnoLOG^. GniEC. Risus jacusquc!-Hdh. Hence loathed melunciioly !-~Milt. Heihelhc!-Congreve. Ha! Iia! ha!'-SiiAKs. Published by Oddyand Co. No. 27, Oxford-street; and to he had of all booksellers. : NEW NOVELS. MINERVA OFFICE, LEADENHALL-STREUT. ThsDav is published, in 2 vols. l2mo. price  iie vol. Svo. price in boai'dsts. bd. thei-ifiii .:.'.ditiuiij of "BT^AMILY WORSfilP; a Course of Mornitig whicJi if pi By 4AMES BEA.V,. . ' Curate of t'arstialtoii, i^urry. .Printed for .F. C. and J. Riviiigtoii, N. .69, St. PauVs Ch.iroii-yard; sold also by J. ilatcward, MiO. Piccadilly. Tlic Discourse on Funnily Keligioii, preii.ted to tais U ori. may be h.ut sepirite prii'e-Kl. ' ISy liie Saine Author, tue (.'linstian Ministers Alicctlihiate Advicc't'j a New ^Married Couple.   The Second l'.'!ii.iim, price Is. od.      . L.ilely puoliiUi'.d, iu'two l.ii',40 vulam..-, uctavo, pnc.; 111 board', lis.   liic leiitii edition ot ISSERTATiONS  on  (lie PROl'IIECIKS, which have iv.naikaiily been fulfilled, aad at this tune arc tulhlliiig in tlic U orUi. By THO.UAS NEWTON, O. D. Late Lord Lishoi) of Kristol. Printed for F. C. and .). Uivnigt-ia, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-vard 5 \V. J. and J. Uienardson, J, Walker, ,). Nuiiii, Scatclierd and l.etterman, li. 1). Aymoiids, Vtiiior, Hood, and .iliarpe; Lackiugtoa, Allen, and C"Oo!>v ;iik1 Co.; Loiif^man, IJuijt, Rees, and Orme ; and J. iMav. luaii. This day is published, in one volume, duodecimo, pnoe, bound, lis. od. or J   lys.a d.izea to those who buy thL-m to Igiveaway, a New Edition of j^OUR J>1SC0URSKS on the FOUR L-\ST L? THINGS; viz. DEATH, aUDGMENT, HEAVE.V,. and HELL; wnerftin tliosc important Subjects are eanjcstl v recommended to the serious ana frequent coiisideratiouot ail-Christians, as a means �f inducing tliem to lead a holy life in this World, Oil which (heir eternul well-being in the next docs so greatly depeud. . With a suitable Prayer to each Subject.-By THOMAS GREENE, D. U. late'Lord Bishop of i.lv. . Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington, No. o2, St. Paul's Church-yard. _: �       _.   . This day is published, price bound Is. 6d. or Itis. a do7..>u to those who buy them to give nw , Nccesijarv RecreatioiiSrand Religious tluties. Unto which areadded, PRlNClPLliS of RELIGION, UKftil to be known,believed and practised, by such as desiue toreceive the Holy Communion With Beueiit and Coinfoif.-- With Forms of I^rayer fior Families and Single Per!ioii!;.~ Also Divine Hymns On several Occasions. By WILLIAM BURKITT, M. A. late Vicar of Dedham, .in Esse.\. Printed for F. and C. Rwington, No. 62, St. Paid's Churchyard ; Longman and Co. J. MawiuuQ, and Mathews and Mgh. CHEAP REPOSITORY TRACTS IN VOLUMES. .; . This day is published, (rntcnxl at Stationers' Hall.) A' NEAT and iiniform Edition^ correctiid and J\. improved, of the Three Vajumes, price bquud lSs^ud. Vol. 1. Coutauiing the Longer Stories. Vet). II. Containing the SundayReadiUj;! fur Fninilics, .with A Vaciiety of Prayers. VoLIIL CiintainlugthcShortpr Stories. KUbrruf these VoIUMictmaybehadiirparat^Wi Printed f�r *. C. *Bd;J* Hlvrnsttm, No. liV, Si, Pi ihurch's-yardi J, UatchdMl, .No. i^fU. Piccaililiyi K ^gg'rfiih biuida. Tlie Fourth Edition of SPLENDID MISERY, Thiee Voluux's.l.'is; fid. in hoards, I'Iriuted for Richard Phillips, Nd. f>i Bridge-street j and to be had cf all Booksellers, and at all the Circtriatii^ Libr.arics. .     . The univerirally acknowledged merit of Mr. Suirr'�'Winter ill London, having'toccasiotied !i coiisiiieraWe ddawnd for his former Novels, which had b?en some tinie out of print, the abovc-meDtipned new aud revised Editions 6avebeen printed for the accommodation of.tlie public:    ^        ' (a. uu. offunu -ana ic.tiered j fa fe#-O^pi Paper, pric6JOs.WvelejHMitlvl>OMOdj) THE BRItlisH NElTUNE, or a History of the Rise,, ji^rogjcssj aiid Triiynphs of "the BRITISJI NAV"^ ; Trwrn th'etima of. ALFRED to the GLORIOUS VICTORY �f TRAFALGAR, imersperspd With Aoec-dates anrtNotlceii'fefthesnetc-.siveliHpruveinentsinNaSrig�� tion; Ship-Buildiiig, and Naval Tactiss. By WILLIAM BURNKi% A. Mv \ Master of Ihe Naval .Academy at C:i)sp Jt fo inculcate a .spirit of emulation, by ineaf.s. of wiiiciV, >acli succccd'ing race of Naval Heroes may be led tt) imitate the brightest c.xainples recorded in ourAanalst and he has til.-Q ii>eve.-y part studiously bkndsd iuitruetion with l^riMteil lor Richard Phillips. No. 6, Bridga-strect, Bl.ifki firiar.-; aii * inoiith, Chatham," Cork, l.iverpuid, Hull^ Gr�cnotk, Fal-ino/.th, and other Sea Ports. Of whomiiiriY lie hid In tiiesame Attlhor, THE NAVAL HEROES lifGllKATiiRirAIV, or Lives of distiiiguished ;\dmiril3 acd CoiiMdandera, from Sir Fnincis Drake" to i,ord Neis.ii!, with ".I'l;S'ortraits oiisVk-Charts, pric? Ts. i>iK i)ouim and lett-ii-cd, or lOs. Gd. on ilae paper eleg lutly boui.d; WORK OF 'i'Hi; KIND. his Davi-pMbii,hi-d, anew LtUtiorri^^npfetc; 1 ive V olumcs sin... 1 octnvo, adaptH ir , >^ Lil.r^M, THE^O.VLY This Day i; publish Five. ad.ipted for Schools and ifoung Poivo.i*, jjiiCJ if.laSi dd. inbuards,^ 'NIV l^RSAL HISTORY, rtnclrht and mr�, _ dcr.i,; coninreheiiriin* the liistorirs of every Natsuii, Kingdom, Vf.id i:.mj)irc ou lUi: Globe, from the eiVrliesi, ac-cuuati of linic to tliv-ijeiier.il l\a-?c 111'lis)'.'.: liY V,'ii.Li.-\.\i MAVOR, L.L.1). Rector of Stoneitidd, Viear cf ilurley, Chuplain ta the Ear) of .N!oir.^.,ii:c. &e.&v". The flattering rccep'.ion;with which this VVork bas herrt honoil'r<'d, an| tic rapid aak of successive large Editio�s oi* ttioilti'f; V o!ume.i, anv f!ie b;':t ui'ooi"s whi-'h the Author can addure of its claim to find a jylace in ;�-'very PaUHcr.ml Priv.ite Libr.iry, and ifi every Sjmi.iary of Education in ttio had h.Hlf Ijpand, or in elegant bi:idi:;ss, at the pleas�rC of the purch;i'-.ij,t 01 M,. l>.uU.p.. .i!:ivi)r's.\atur;:l His;t3>v, �liiiYur's l'l,itari!  u 1 (.-,      vi-.    "' J'elliat.;] s !.oa  lui'.ie t.uucatiiv.;, i'. Irving on English Compirsitioi!,      fid. Prai! liiid Mnvor's Cla.-.ieal Poctr\, ia. 10. Havucv".- llrvtu.h Nepluae, us. 11. Buriirv's Naval Pluiarch. 12. Watkliiss Scripture.iiiil;:raphv,."s. 13. ViaiKiiiss Bio^r.ipliicitl'liictior.arv. L^s. 11. Goliismuns 1-opul.ir ^>eiiirapliy, i:.s. li>. He'.iu.iO'.i's virammar of Iliator,., Js^ 17. Mnvnr's Universal tiistnrv,.'2,") vols. .')'. I'tl.Mavor's Father's (Jifi to iiis i.'hildr.-u, �'0. oiidois of theMicrii.^eitiie, :-s. i.d. 'JO. \\ oij.h-r.vo; tlie Telescope, !.-. p'd. iJi. Rook of 'i r.'. U-3. f!;;-..v .I'/.ris, at .^-V. each. Pa�l> Evans Uest hustlitield;- and Chur and Uowardt No. 41, Lon^loite, Halchurd and Binn*, Uotb. It f - ^" J''*i* "'^,\ir, KrogwH', the .Shephrnl of Sa- lisbury Pkln, &c, may be had m complete tcta. ncsilv priuted. "< '27. Cfovatl's Ixsiip, :?s, od. iifi. Dodstev'-s Esop, 'Jf. ^!'. Mav.ii'slUstorv of Endnnd,.S3 Plates, IQs.-'JO. .Mavor'sHoman History, :J voii. lis. iMavor's (.recian Misiorv, v'vols. h.s. Goldsmiths History of laiglund, ,'.s. od. 3.1. History of I'^n^lanil m Letters, b-. SL ('Uihri'e's C.eography, lis. .r). Brookes'sGaMtteei, ICS. 6d. yj. Ash's English Cramuiar, Is. a.'. Eutick's limjlishPictwnarv, i?s. 6d. 38. Moore's Navigation, new Edition, 10?. 6d. a'^. Johnsuirs Dictiumuy, iVols.daa. !j�ds;0i. 10. Ditto, abridged, lOs". (Sd. and is. 58. 41. Bond's SpelUnK Book, Is. Sd. 42. Simsoii's Euclia, 8s. 4'J. The Military Mentor, 5 vols. 10s. 6d. 44. Female Biography, i) vols. :ilB.j)d. 45. lilegaul Extracts," Vci-se, its. 4ti. Ditto, Prose, 18s. 47. Hittov          Eplstlis, l�s. 4t3. Binglev'^^Anlmal Biography, S vols. 30s. 49. Markh'am's Spelling book, is. Ija. St). Adams's Roman .A.ntiqttiHe8,bvo. lOi. (id. .i]!. Robinson's (-:rrcijui Antiquitiei . AL 52. Berqu'm's Pieces qhoiSies, ISmo. 45. 53.-Cliambaud's ({raranw, Svo. ss. ai. Chambauds ExerclSM.i's. Eton Lattn (jirammar, improved, ?s. 6a. St;. Porney^s Orainmar, "to. 67. PoriKy^sSpelUnff, Js. od. 58. SoKhiwe Vejcn, Vs. 59. Selcc'm Profam8,3�.6. N. B. Tlic�>rJersoi*C
                            

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