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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 24, 1806, London, Middlesex                                .'M. win perform �-Gcr'�-Yengeaifte.. 3|K|Cr.X ri^r'^Bllh/t;.K tn1^^    Mi* !4uii|lt, Miss Bruiiv '~-J4*jto]4itte4d b�i�p�fc�n"hy Mr. Brthitun^^ i he. I, ht-ftlSBi^Piatitnrtvaad Mrs. Hatttwfciii , ' adac4;     TwaA^fs, (Wrtfine) ft ' jR;�NiaJ!^'HWi*ai has beeii tiS .^f^jv^ Bier,.calfe*;:'i;/. T�it^ ^ld:jf gfArden, ni)d larj�� ho\ue, coinm dioii.s tor 4he'i'^ctl(�tjlob1�fbO!n'd�rj:  F*�r'inch ttie, Masier is required t� ^se trust, tljat,by a steady attention to the IniprpslteoffB^^ Kijfeg puttaot trust which yna have n-pwrtl in us/ - VVy itaVe the huuuuir of remaining, , � fieritlemcH, To�fro M)i;i.iiY. DAVlliS DAVK.NPORT. Tothe-�E.\Tl.i;Mi,NrILliRUV.and FltKiiiiOuiiiiKS of the COUJSTy of DOKJJliT. �'    Gr,ntlem.e>,-, IM^PilRSSt-J) -vvith thehighcst sense of grafUntk', I beg lBav4*lrt rcUKJj iny rao�t .iiucere thanUs t'o* tdu support with whieh-yoa hvA-khidtv intL;i i>r vonjr liite wdr-tAy R myself thus latq on. your ai>> ti^ts tv.retiictWty d  v. I'll idOo.     ,        \V. OULAN 1)ER. To the G15NTLTSMEX*ei.El�fy, .tiid FRF.EIUILDER* �f the, COUNTS' of NORFOLK. Gentlcmex,    '       ,     � , I??- tfonsctqueiAcc of thn noblo an *tioi�i. Sir Jacob AstU�yai�tl)doued the contest; Tlie ovt'rbeariifg wciglit of Governrartit was then c.in(�d in to . rbu.Ueract t|�e siippoit Which appeared iii tny favour, and! a Cabinet Aliiiister siood-forwartl as mjj opponent. Every iinportantperiwl whiT has witnessed the prnigrMsoT the EU'ctio.i,iiiiistack'iumi^dgethattheintluenccof^oveirn-mcDt ha* boctt exerted iii a nwnticr altogether withoirt ex-auiple,' Thfe eftV-ct of tins intorferciic*-, jini th� coercive ti!;.ii\ire5 adojited.'n Vfrynamepousinstanoivi,. fully acroitiit^ tV.r the gi^eat va^iat h:ai Ixet wecii tlic poll a�d the report of the abviiss,'...',   �;. '�; � i,'-1 ..i  Bfetnfiithus.comTpfllcd to rclinqirish flwTContest,- I havo. only to biiucnt the issue Hf a struggle, irfWIiidi the Inde^^n-di-nceof my nativi; Couolyran.1 tl, Interest of the kingdom at' lar^e, ai'e, in my apprehension, ko desirably concernei!. Ue aspired that I sii.iB ever retiin t!ie mostgratefiiV re-menibranc*' of tJje zihihmis and disititfiTcsXcd support winch I liave in so inanv.inst^ces extieritiiced^ an'l also ofihe c);t�ti-~ yivip.aitaclwpiifr4�M��f*w��'"/w,tjtKHv'l� ^if�e ii>^9�t5(ii)v w�4^^^ have crowned obr cndea- 'vour*with siKfcis. .    ; 1 halve the honour to be,'. G-ntlemen, - ...  .      Your most obliged iihd obirdieiVt Rervjijii, Tfoi'wIch.'Kov. 18, 18yti;        JOHNVVODEllOU.SE.' '��feiseifKllh. a T'ormojlhe Tender, mat/ iVa Teitdcr will Im receive/l hflar Tiedf.e o'CJoc.knn the datf vf'iVaitjji nor aiij noliceil, unlesa the piirl;), or m iigentfor /Umattrnih: ' >                  GnbucHY received orders to ch^lrgc, and his bfa�� dragoons did so vith, the grcatwt intre[)idity.--Caralry, iniaiitry, artillery,' afl were ovcrthrowlk jn_the3ibar&j3^^ V lCTUAI,Ll\(f UFl'tCt;, .Nov. 'A), 180). TTIIIK Conimiiawncru for f'tctiudling J lis Ma-JL jKiiio'ii Artov rfo/HTeftj/ /jifff Ao/Zce, on Thursday, tltt: Mil of J)eceiHirr next,- tAeif iviU be reada l� rer-fiVK Tin-, d^-rx in tcatiii!' .(xe/ili-tl upU iiiul treat., for TWO HU?)- . DRED r .irf lit A�; paid Jur bif IMUt i>aj)al>tc, uciUi iHlertnti � mncl.y'fidi/iiil'tifrdait:. ThcHumhltamottiiii Contravimanhesecnal the Sccnlarifs OJIice. t\u rcffunlKiH !>c find Co my /VhO't ?>� f.-,-"-.'.7?;, rnvcshuU rtntliuitucrledmicordsal (eiiifilii or iual s/iull jrjf hi: i' to the, Hntird bijore Oar, o c(uc/c on l/ir said 'iUitTHiity, (r.i: \thoJ Dcr.tinbrr nexti nor unlety (Jtr- person wliti vuiu'iai the. 'J'tniirr, or some perstin on las Ocnutjiutlmdi, to a^ii-iccr uhcn c0U^rtifij_b3f^the^^ �      ;,rRiCHAftOSO^^,;^V^ . , .TT�tl.T>pj* ortS^k TJ?li-ETS'aWl SilAUES JtM ioYp^ STA'pK LO'TTER"V,t�cojnmencePf^wing �n R0OKfJwir ?0. tcspeotfuny inform tlicir JL>rr�ai4|�94the-mii \ii tlitt Books, spectfully iriftirnied ^ht^j'iiiav hesuppli'?d withAIoney iitv i>Tay bt! upplie'd on their personal Security only. Gen-, tlemcn willf^nd i^vcrvIib�jral accOmhiodatiohVvithout delay. -Application ffom TwelvetilFTwo, or Lctters^post jwul) addn-ssed to Messrs. %V ills and Co. A'o. 10, Soutii-sireet, BertfWy-^quare. ,   ., EA\0 did WVTER CAHRI-^GE ToAVOOLVERfI^^iPTON,'S�IFF^ELL, WELLINGTON, Siina:WSBU5lY,'.ar*.r...%tday ..  6,000. 2��f............. .Ovl ,^^ik5u iid'^^fw W� slitWai diftlii'e "ldcincid'Lott�ry - 9eei4. and Iky tbejr AjPJrt*>    f ?""!!*'^- ' '  (F/'om the French aiul Dutch Fapcrs)i. . TWE:fT?'Y--SECOXD BULlI-T[X OF THE GR.^ND . ^ 'Arms;'.' \ . ; ; , '..:� r, oct. 29. Evcrvt.'* sVcccrtf each ot!\cr with rapitJity. The ^rahd Bitke of Bi-Ufi arrived, on tlie 27Mi, at Has-lc?}cn, with a division of DragooTss, lie had sent to BoitJieiiburg General Mii.h.vtjij, %vith the 13th Regiment of Ti^ight Horst', r:"nd lht-:brign(lp of Light Cavalry' under Cctveral ,l.iSAXt.T;, to Prdiitalow. Itiformcd that the et�emy was in force at Boitzen-burg,hestriick; off toWignnnsdorff. . lie had barely arrived' there wheir ho.pwrceived that a brigwle of ihe enemy's cavalry liad struck t� the left, -with tlie intODtion of cutting otrCeneral \liiH virn. To see, chairge, and' drive "the King's Gousdarm'ss into the take, was the aflair of a motucnt. Tiiis regiment seeing that all wss,ovcr with it, asked to ca'pi-lale. The Prince, at A]'t times geitcro'us, granted their >fish. j^ivc hundrrd'men alighted and deli-vereil up their h'or'Ses. The Officers returtied home on'their parofc. FoxiV stand of colonrsj'belonging to the Guards, all'trf gold,, were the trophies of the petty eiigagcmen't of Wigimnsdorir, wiiich was otrly the j)re!nde to the spleHdid one of Pi'entzlow, These dl-lebrated GensdarmcsiV who e.'cperionccd siich great commiseration' after their defeat, ^yere th'c same wh.qy for thi-ce iponths, cicitcd riots in the city of Berlin, by eVcry SotY of provocation. They went under the v'Jtulows' of Mr. Lm-oret, the French Minister, to whet their sabros : sen-sible people shrugged up their .shoulders ; but the inexperienced youth and passionate women, like the Queen, saw in'this ridiculous swa.'];gcring a sure progtiosfic of the grand destinres wljich await the PrussiaH army. Prince IfouE>:LoiiE, Avjth the wnx^ks of the battle of Jena, attemped to reaph Stettm.   He had been obliged to change his rout, bi?raiise the Grand Dnkc of Berk was at Tempiin l>cfore him, lie vvisheil to'open out from Boitzcnbnrg to IFas-r kbew, but he was deceived in hin^^moveirtiMt.  The �'"OraHd" Duk'c of Beks imagined that the enemy would'cntleavou^to reach Preutzlowv the conjcc-tnre'was we'll founded.   The: Pnnce in.\rchcd all |; night with the division of Dragoons under Generals |- Bkaiimoitt andGnoucHY, which was prccccted by prpprietofs,.,,...........^----tt--  No nun-b tjian five pounds will 3e paid ffir any package wliiitfcv�r �feontaining law, jtiilks, ribboiwv pictures, g^u2c,' cowbrickB, law;ns, of Ic^i weight th.-iuijmbs..'nor more t!ia!i itftei' tTie rtatii of per'Jiaudrcd' wciglit for hhiy tfuck-azo of it j?�?itcr wiii*fl�t, utiless *t shalthavft Jhesn pivhl for as: if fflvater value,:i thfe rate of sis,penc^r for overy tea .l>oai)d8 vaUii',;nt the time of delivery, iivaddttiotl; to- the, c^butitltii. carriage. The ovttterrf^ df good's not tJaying' or iKnfclqo:"fo'.p.iy llie exti-a respettiy* pricf, wtU 'iw cousldered as taking ^he_rljk thert^Mvcs.' WMlrnce, tavflfbif ontlupWrt, Mjh� iWawtaf �oWtawiices � early m ttwr W�fc�f JulMarJf next.' Carrie: only t,. ,........ 5^ "tHN.%thf gjwfral i�*a^K^^^ from tfii r�iiee-^ tivepwnrrs totbp piopnetors of the said carrlnm^.:'^^ taken aw-?iy with .1 the space ,"f f ..^?r'"*� Arty claim faP'tois �/ianniige?thB* is iMitiuH^ W' the Proorietw* ntJlknttm-.thtvif^iM^, spjriiSiOf yaciplt yr ^y �|h(frSii^ otherwise, iu ciw <�f �nif,sd.UiM�Ke shall lo�k to th�fkn4ewfi3riij(lei��lflp�t�oi�. price diarged thcrtrwi.. the light cavaWy under the command of General IjAS.VLta.'- The lirst postrf of our hussars arrived at Prenlilow at the same time as the e.icmy, but * a'/cr d at tsn saw the encmy'si li'rmy iiT full inai-ch*. Without losing time iti'vain iiS)tioti�, the Prince ordered'Gen.fcral. Li-sai.�e to clia'V'sc in' the suburbs of Preutzlow, ahd , sent to'support him-Generals Grouch's; and JJiEACMoiJT, mih tlwr s\\ plcCi^ of light artillery.; � I'lo gave orders for three regiments' of Dragoons to-: crosV over tH'e.'smiiU riii'cr At Golnit:*^ whicji leads Prqntzlow^^ to attaok the cttemy'? fiknk, and ^v,c dtrcfUbns'fo"^ �^is ythbr bridadtjof dragoons tO' t�r^ tl'i^i town. Our liraro cantionefirs on-hbi'soba'ck- placed' (heir piec(;$.so well, aftd fired' M'itti su'c)|i,ii'3$uran'c�y t)mt they rendered nncertalQ Ilk vit^inys motions'.' At this tn^tnwt G^oarai iha't'e catered the town pclL-nieli with the oncmy, -but the Prince prefcrrctl ^adhi^ h'nri .a aummons ; by General BEi.r.ARD,   The gates of the town were already burst open'.   Dcpirivcd off all hope, jE^rincicHbiiENLOiiE, on^ of the priucipal fircbrandft of thi3 impious war, capitulated, and de&lcd bcfora tha F.r&a'ch diteywitit 16,000 Inffintrj, almost ali. Guards OP Gremdtef�t.^f^^Bri:^e^    Cayalry,' 45 ^aadS-oP^dfotrr^j' Mh;i! Au-oEitiuA:'. This corps has suSlcrod very liiile. Oii� half of the soldiers h.ive not Iwd an occif^ion tofira a shot, b!jt they al! had the same intrepidity. The app'Airancc of this corps w:js mxjruificcnt. " Your corps alone," said the Kjipri;oii, " is strou t at Spaudan 4000 horses saddled and b.-idlid, whicV we do net know wliat to do with, because there arc no horscmcti in' \t'ant 01' any. Wo waJt with impatience f6T the arrival of the depots. ' Prin.c(j-AtitrcsTC? was presented to the EHPriiOR. at'the Palace of Berlin, after the review of tha Seventh'corps of tho army. The Prince wa.'? sent home to Ids fathcx's, to rest himself, and get hs wounds drcsjed. Yesterday, liofcTC gol'nij'to review the corps of ; Mawhal Davoust, the Emperor p.Hid a risit to the Do>tagcr Princess ir8^*iiY, *nd Prince and Prin-' cess F�[t�itXAND, wfiohavc always been remarked for tile distinguished nanoer in which the/ hate ' retJtlvotI'(lie French. InthcpalSicewhlchtheEMPEROR inh.-iblts at'Bit-Hn, lodges the King of Prussia's sister, the Elfee:.' toral Princess of HKSsK.iCASsKi.,   The PrtD(
                            

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