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Courier (Newspaper) - November 27, 1806, London, Middlesex N^. 4,455. TIlfiATnE ROYA?., mtLiiV-l.ANK. fjpHIS present Evtniing, Ills Majesty's Servants -tviU acta Traspdy, caileji ' VENICK PRESERVE. . Pierre by &� Toiing nentleirau, beiiif: Iris first appearance onanytstage: JalHiT, RjlK H, Slddoas; Belvidcru, Jlrs. Powpil.' Aft-t wIhcU will bepprformcd -a i'ew /Mi-lo'nrania, crillfd TKKKIA) of, ThB.SlECiE of MONTtiAT/. litli entiri'ly liew M\iyc, 8tcw-ryrHVtrtHHHcryT^^st-iy-, andDccorntioiif. 'yn-morroTJ-, The' VVondyr, with Trkrli. , TfIEATRE HO Y-AF:,, C(>y EN'TmT\1iI)};v. ripmS prkent ]SVEiiflN"Q >vill be performvd, JJ. thi" Tragf^iv of ; .(.�aiUOLANUS ; or. The Roman Mnlron. ' v, t(!i <[itir ly new Scjjhos, Dresses, amf f) rarcius Cortolant]:, Air. Kcniblu; Voluiniiia, Mrs. Piddon?.- ; To- ivhich Will be added, in Two Acts, (7th time) a >}!'\v Grand Op'ralrcalSprcfactc, whrchhns bc-eji ^lu prc-nri ation aUthif SumnKT, vailed * Thi' 1>ESJ HT^ of ARABI\. . Wstlietfttrely Nfw Seeiies, Dkcssos, .ind Dccorntloiw. . T�?-niorrow, Adrian and Orr*la j witli The Desrrts of :Afattin.','" � � - 5Tr.Ti^JlE],yVAI,I..n/H .commriice his COURSE of LECTU RliS on the;ieaufi?8j Pr?vpiition, and Cure of Im- ?cdiiiieiit8i:i?peechleKSiiess',.S:e.-with a Dissertation onithe Tsa and Abuse of the iVordWamrc, tho dislmclion be-tWccnvPilYSiCAL a.^.d MORAL'" IDIOTCY, arid the in�B?fl�V which thf> lattiT mav b�� averft-d or removed. Af-ter'trilich an ORAtfGN o�il|i(i Tnurapiis of Mental Energy BVft Gorpnral Dcfi>t(s-_. ; Tickets-for Eight- Lectures, 11, Isi-for three, lOs. 6d.-r single, 5s. ' ' ' .;� . . \ ' '\ N. B. Private Instructions to rorelsnt're. Pernors tvith Impptlimt'nis, &c-.-:t-iElegiblc acconiiiioda'tjoris tor iiout'C PupiU. ' .' '. '_ . � ' .. THEl-RBN6J;i LA>fGUAGE EXPEDITIOUSLY S exncrieiite teaehes ijs that i crtntiiiual praic-tice of spi.eakirig,'aidi*d by iudiciousobsmiitiorts from ''^'^''mf jrtifciJiriS' rtf itt^ DtJTon's espoditiflus method flf teacTtinffi' aift t>Wcei bt'lTie Irt KcjKim<'iit of Gttards, totally wrieP: tc .viiiO accuracy; aevcrai it-iier* iji. i-ii--iu;ii 3fr. IX-TaceiVii^d ft^nhim will prove tlie as�'Ttiori. ' TermsSOO Guineas J)('r annum, ivttdj'Guineas chlfan .Convisiitent stables on the premises. 'Pt^ifurtheifjijirt '3 inquire Major CAKTWRK5HT inilie Cliair. If wasiiir.iiiinvKU-lv ItPiOlvcd, That il.app^-ars ti> this .Xlct-lin^, that ivhile fur Rlr. PauU.. none lu we are persuaiJi-il, t)nt paro and unliiised Vo'cn df Free and lnJ;'penclc:it l-,lii'.t'>r= of Wesimiii-ter, were !;iven, wc arc assur:d, that means the ;iioi-t coiTiipt, were rcsorled to by his iippoiir-jts, in (ir.ler to oht (In a ni) t*>rity. of votes oi\ the foil, by. wliieti tlie Firedoiii of lllfcljon was violiiled, our rights and privileges w.-j-e invaded, iUid a deadly. Illow-was aimed atour liidepciideiice. Seconrtly,-That it is become alfsolutrly.neccssarv for the preservation to ourselves and toonr u(i!Stc,rttY ot the elective franchisca of I.nglishinen, that the.: most vi.^urons and decisive mc;�surcs be adopted,'tt�ol>tain that jii�tici>; and the restoration of thoiic rights, of whic^i na hijve been so illea;al)y deprived. . , Thirdly,- that it is the Opinion of thts McPtinjii a Petition should be presented tp Pariianient, ns?ainst the retnrirof Mif. Sheridan,-and that a Scrutiny sbou\d also be demanded iinil carried on. - :, Fourtl�\y>~Th�t as Uie Canlipt i�,not merely betw^enMr.. Pa&ll aniJk th^ wtiiur..0midUlale^ bat-ibroue^i^^ tin* deadest intcrestli. of the .Inrtcptrndimt Electors of'West b,r isom, and Mr; George Puller's, No, i;M, Long-acreMr. Adams's^ No. 73, Dean-street, Solio; Mr; .Samrford; " " " Coijduit-street T^Xi PF KIN. next of Kiarto the late JL^ Reverend FaANClSjUERNOULT, Me ofNewin;-ti*i, ^n.4l� fcMntV.rif jOxfoivl,,hut ?liice of Keiisington, jri tl^ CHijfllty^f Middlesex, Clerk, doceased, *ill apply'to Mbsr?, Strdi^, Stni, and Strong, Lincolii's lnn� Ntw-scpiare,': thfeywiftliEaTofWmethi^^^ : -- j.-ijt'^...i:;:---:------:--'- ^-A -Captain In f a sin^e Baittalion nent, stationed in the East IndifS, Will cvchangv *---- i-----rfc-'j.!-----4 ..x I----..V I ^U^^f^ ..*w.* wlio has his Money chiefly in th'* Fnn'ls, is desipius ; Money ......_ ...... ^ , of le.yJtfj;-out fromoOlV.)/. to 10,000/. in the purchase of An-eh'ties-; with ;i view of hicreasinghis income, will givellbv;-ral terms, arcordiug to tljp security ; has po objection to personal seciirit4es from persons of property Or known income, Lettere post paid,.from priiioiptls o^dv, nddres'spd to Mr. IViUinrh.", No. 1, yigo-Iahe, facfog S-iclcvillc-strcct, wiltba affendedfo. ' ' ' TOWN RKSII^ENCE. TO be SOLD with inimcdiate possession the LEASE of a Compart-FAMILY HOUSE, hand-yomely Fiwiiished, .in the noighbiVurhood of Portnian-sqnare, well adapted for the Town ilesideiice of a smalL Family.- A Coachhouse and St'ible ma^y be had ,if desired.-For fur-ther partlculiirs apply io Mr, Legg^tt, >fo. a, GravenrStrcet, nRA^i) SCHEME. 3 Prizes of X.SjOOO 5 iiW . ......::8 ...i...:,. 500 : .
one mglttb, a�4 two teent'-'s. . � � � > -.^, - � � ... . : -*. JSLnuary.lStli, 1807� (irt^itainthg ' �'^ 2 Pfiaes of � L.!JO,OQa. arc ' L.60,00O %.................2O4OOO............10,000 2..........;.....:.. W)0a,..:........'A00O 40..:....-.:....... 50.........2,000 � 6.l00vr....v..::,:j20..,.........10!2|00O ' 55,000 �I,.2SO.00O ' . CAtjital6Di! ,.*|^^j.^taatday.i 5,009 trofcer.......;...i.,.!"...L.i9i5 p flalf..............ig 3 01 Eighth....."......,2 11,6 Qoartqr.........oLSrx.teenth..........I d 0 'I'feH;ets and Shares a�c fin Sale at all the Llctsicf d Lottery OlBiMSy Aid by th�ir Ag*iit� in tire Cminti^.^^ ^^^^ ,; The aboteItmiTtwiie Capital Priaesarc thc,gteat�\it. In a 6ch�ni of so fetv TTcfcelii, ever presented in thMmiials �f Lottery Adventure. Thilt fact U liidfcpuiablp.'; -itur- '....., . ,. . 'KtSXy CONTRACfi*. Cortmissary Gcnir.jrs Olficu, Great George-^"trect, NQV.*j, ISO-.i. To tire GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of IIANTS. WE retirrii yotr onrinost humblie and grateful acknowledgments .for the>lionoujr which you have' co.nfcrred iipon us by elecHngtis as your Representatives in Parliament. -'VVc i-ejoici? that we have been chosen by the; qiibia-sed voice of the indSpeirleht freebiilders 5 and are tlianktulforyou^ active zral and evertioiis in sup port of that, cause to Which rtiir famiru>8 liaye been ever faiibfiih^. Our Majority has been great and decisive 5 but bad our opponeiits pr^iloiiged the'conte^, it vvould, hiiiVc been do&hlt;d 611 the ensuing day.' tVe are iiiost unwilling to reprrtach our advcr-sarie,sior to cherish the seeds of aiumosity, at the hour of public peril, when every heart and handsiio;)!! be United to ^upigiirt wtr Cotttitry. iJutit does stirtlie blVod wittj some dciirec of WgNilnii.wben tho$e 'wh* kwsa beciVthc servile followers; of the late AdmSni^trationi piVteiid to plume tbem> Selves with the vain boast of independence; when those who had engrossed the distribution of^evcry oSife of emolument for the purpose of subjugating this Country, anl have now exerted private influence with a degiee ef violence w hich has been seldom witnessed, are forcinost to inflame the public mind against a tiilld and uncoriupt Government, by claTii'H'ous misreiij-esentations. We are deeply seu-ible Of the important trust reposed o'l ns ; and free from party violence or improper iiifluencc, we shall exert ourselvA to the utmost, scope of our liuinbre abilities to promote the interest and maintain the independence of o'lr Country. \Vc have the honour to be. Gentlemen, Your most obliged and devoted Servants, WILLIAM HKRBERT. THOMAS THISTLETHWAITE. Winchester, 17th Nov. 180j\ ^ipiEA.-The iinivorsal complaint of TEA at the A r-spective Prices generally sold, have induced Men e attained at any Warehouse heretofore established : anil the Public, are repectfuUy reminded, that not Uws than One Pound of a Kind will be sold. N. R. The WareliOHBi! ii open from 8 o'clock in the Morn-., log until 8 oXlock in the Evening. ' DEARTH OF MONEY. ^ T is an universally felt fact that MONEY on __LOAN, is almost become uiiattaiBable I The Papers, indeed, still uncsasinglv teeia with offers, but, (withasingle evwptioii^ they are all a kind of pecuniary nuackcry,^ OTICE 7,y harebij given loall Penms desi- /oHv vj Conlrmlin'g at thin U^lJice, on or bejurc the i\/n �itnj vj siiid ntoiu,, uj Dtcsiifber, but noric teill be received aftui' Tuclce 0^Clock on that dtfi^, and if sent b^ypo'it, the postage mii:fllie'paid. JPropoiaU iinist, be made nnnaratety for each V.^untyi and the huines of two sujficieni :iuretics, . with, their, places of Residence, niiat be insertiid at the foot thereof, drtd no Tender i^ill bo iioliccd unless the prices shall be e.ipressed in wards at length. : ' t 'TJiAKSPLjj&r Orj'JCJi, ^ov. -ij, 'ITirilEREAS the 'iwo French ;Prisoners of; T y War, nifflied and described at foot hereof, have in violation of their parole of honour, absicoadedtrom the town of Moiitgoii��?*y, the Comuiissioners for, cojiducting his Majesty's Transport Service, &c. do hereby oiler a lie ward of TWENTY tiUlNEAS for the recapture of each of thp said Prisoners,, to any perspii or persons who shall apl)rchend them, or either of tllciii, and deliver them at this Orfice, or otherwise cause them to be securely lodged li� any of the Public Gaols. JEAN PIERRE MULLER, a Lieiifenantin thePirench I Land Service,25 yearsiof age, G feet 3 inches high; pprsoh very thin, and he has.a chhsam^tiye coitgh, loiig visage, his nose disproportionably long and large; fair complexion; darlc brown tfair, cut very short behind, witli a tuft u^on tiie fop; blue eye?, aud is slightly marked with the siiiall box. Jle speaks good English. .peacUalJle'proft'seibnalpraceicej enable him, as fittherlo, to MEDIAT� the Loan of, from but, 50;. up to 20,000/. or more,, by RypBUMAotE Annuity, and the Interest alone r�-qiti/edto||�^secuKedu]^Latiil, Jloiises, the Funds, Settle-iiieiits, Joiirturesi lCUiir�ii;Wm�fiH(^xU, or other Life In-conicg: Hut froi9 .people of nihk or high fespectiibiUtyV imthljigniiofctfiah merely personal security is desired, M every negScWIftgft^cwnMed-to Mr. .Lnckson, and which he uildertakci^'its awoinirfishmont is unfailing; just, prompt, jctrit, frank,and gentleni.inlY. Postpaid Letters, not anonymous, addressed p OPODELDOC, fXIHIS MedJtJind^ froqi its extraor<;linary Efllcady, JL is justly entitled to the Reputation it has so long'ac-(|Utred above every , > and Xrisli Steps, " ,who UViitAi^. 'LLri^ccwns goiiia; abroads.are recpiestcd to __1 tnkeiwtice that the YELU>VVF'EVEll lEMEDY, which destrojs Infectious FeveraJ'and cusureijHcalth ju hot or unwholfsome Climates, is sold' at tlie Warehouse of this Institution, No. 40, Charing-cross, near the Admiralty, London.- I'atranized and rcconimeuded by regular and eminent ,Phvticians. Prepared in Boxes, which contain a Quantity suilicieiit for one Person's use for J uclvo. Months, price One Guuica each. _ .____^ ________ DEFENCli OFTHK PRINCCOF WALES.~~ This day is publisljcdi "s. 6'd. LETTER to the Right lion. EarlMOIRA, ontheAccusatibiis brought against his Roy.al Itiglmcss thePriiicc of WALLS, by Mr PAULL ; with Notes, Criti- _ ._ paraph PauU's Letter to Lord Folkestone ; some interesting Obsei- French Language miirks, calcinated to promote union and lirniness at the pre-scotcrisis. ' � � p Published by Messrs, Jordan and Maxwell, No. 331,-I Strand ; .J. Stoekdale, and Chappie, Pall-Mall. By Divine Providence, the B:\LM^of QUITO is the best Remedy in the universe for Nervous Complaints, the most powerful Restorative and re-anlmaiihg Ralm of Life.and Health, and thewifest.and best MeUiciuc in the world. It is not pretended th>a this Medicin r ' Lord Howard Sir John Hawkins '-"^ ^l^pFmlWi.s Drtilfe srr"Vrwrt�tt*iorbish�r: SirRichardJiawklas'V'" Sir WaUei* ftiUeigU Sir William Monsoa Admiral Blake The Dukeof AlbetAarle 1'he L'arl of Sandwich . Sir Edward Spwcge The Ijirl of Torrington AftnitalMaUhews AdJpim-TMiitm L6rd �ulur'Chr�-Boloelcal!jerl�?� of the Rise, Hnign-w, and Triumjihs of the British Navy.inOnecloeely printed Volume, inustraie^ with Vicwsuf i;rcnt V ictoricd, and a Chart-of the World, prire 78. ikl. bouiid aadlet(ftad;>or lOt, Od. on fine fftt, ele^anl^ bound.
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