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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SjirmDAY^. MOrEMBER       1806, After whlchMSU4teW<0�ri* ,  ____      ______ 1DUCAT10N,~-A  JiK-NKFlCKD   ^_____ ~i GYM'AN,- a firailUTrte of the University of;Oxfura, TIirs7^6seata;VJ3#lN& wy      performed . OOKtOtiVSftJS i 0?, Tlie Jloman MatroHt V/�tI�"cfflt>tfl.V liew" Scorns, Drcs�rs, an4 Docoratinus, C:iins Maf$losXoFiolanus, Mr, Kcinble: Voluiuitia, Mfsl Tu'wuich Wrll'.lie" aflded, in Two Acts, Kew.. Grand .:0.p�raticnli3p�t:tqicli�, called ; TheBESERTS of ARABIA.       ~ With etrtiflily^^^^w Scenes, Dsesscsijind Decouations.^ PUBLIC SUlliSCRIPTlON  fhJw MAtT i4nd"iroi*S ONJty. iJRTCKWOOD, Esq. Clminnah. npilE'piiblio ^rc respectfully informed that tlio eapttal is lirtiitwl t� AOiK) Shares, i �,t 30?, each.-- Holders ot one $linrft ijrc entitled to one Vote ; tive Shares two   Hifcattilly) Loaion, . ("^ibMPANlf' OF MlLiTlA,-^Wanti-d: liy a j- Gentleman.Qf.rcspcctai>ilityjth�aJ�e�er�ituatio�i tet-ti?^s directed to C.JAi^ care of Mr. Bafriol;, 3,Adaui'ti-court, Kroad-street, ncactho Roydl Esfchaiigf, with rfea]�isi��turcs, wJUbo attended to. T(>tha;ln4cp l,J^iSLX, Iiigli\ triijt'twhich        have again boon \x\g\i tx . pleased to repose in in?, is the best jiroof that my conduct inyoUi-service has nict witli your npprobation ; fo'r ..I will takc'upoij myself to say, that never did any indivi- tiOal receive more coni^pieuous marks of th;V\m!>iass�jHif-_ l^raKs:SJlif-lus-C(>fwtn^^eftls^il!i I- haA'cr-bOTrlrnTi-Miri'd wild on fill" present ()ce:isi()n. Amicltttho torrent of persiiiial inve"-liveand violvui'c with which the present cont'st for yowrTii-vour has been conducfed, I l|ave felt it due both to your umlcTstanding and to my own cliaracter, to abstain from all professions as to my future conduct, as wejl as frqni. all re-trospe�;t of the nast. What I have been is in your recoUct-tipn ;� Wnd .� caij trttly Say, without presumiTif; to arrogate to rajsclf a�y trtliCT tnortttUaa thator Conajsicivcy, that even with the light which time and cxpej^ience have thrown un the* measures in which 1 tooka part, { do n(|t remember a VICTUALMNCJ-OFI'ICK. H))!. A jcslff'.i Nmiif do hereliif f^hie Nctii-e, l/int on Tuesday next, l/ic'iJ of hcT: lhf,g iciW'e rciidy tii rea-ii-.'. Tenders in Uiriling(tf-dt N,"T). At theab�veHo\}5.?aretobe'soldir)t)7 Pair Blue-ended Uath Blankets, and ;1H7 Pair of real Witney Blankets, fiomSs. ea�h to ;iOs. tid. e;icli,-from*20to30per Cent, under the usual Prices, bii.ijj ptirt of a large Quantity intended for America. , �      had, &tt,�'....* t v�'.10�q^   ' &,<.� 4c, 3fc. y^- Jl. A )R*t%ng;?J,,p ;.ntions.fire, carneslly solicited by thn Editor, to be addressed to him, iVo. 0, Bridge-street, iirackfriari. tagjs of n�y: KlvViug anifwmly mqilntalned and acted (�n those ntifiotial piincinleV of pnro \^'hisiim,,nvhicl*, with a con-.tuiit" but liberal jeiijoiisy the esereise/>f power, lias for its sole object the presm-ij�l/(||^f our invaluable Constitution in all its branclicj,. aiidr$ii*4*ii|jncvj of ihH People ftoin whom it sprong. r/|y3�i.the honour to be, With sentiments of the most perfect gratitude, (ientleiueii,      " Yottf faithful and obedient Servant, St.,;iajpes's-5qurire, Nov. '27, 1806.        CrEOtlGE BYNT.. A� rr^ard leHl be had tu awj Tender in mkirJi the PrirjeKhali nut l,: ianf.iiieJ in woi (,N at lengtliy (fftftot |fin!l not ie ielluered to I!'.c Ihiard hnfuc One o'lUock on tha i^fid i'uSdayncx/, i/ic 'Jd lit nrxAinhcry nor unlejut t/w I^cnon w/io ma'kct tU 1 Kudir, ui- aome y*:raot^^ flitiehalf, atttnds. to tmvfer mhea rathirv.i, � � �  , Piblkithatthclipiiets i%^t|)�>�."^.'i i f ' V" ,;^.K/.^:,V>:^>,jiq2^bQ.,.; -. , F.irs|,-d^^TO,5l?ickct, Jst day.#99,6pO    A'n' �; �'^/^^i)rttolf^.:.i^�.,>v..^Sd�"aayv,.lo^^ 5 X>>tto .V^^v.:'.rv;..v.5t{iaivy .;:go,odo     . / aged .....       ., .     .long Mark.,liair,.fleftltliy':it^deaV.inci^ bomat WOipnrt. W:jLLllA>V-HaA'^iliLl.....or.li�:u-y Seauiiin,. aged "SG .years, 5 feet 6fc jach,�s,h)g|j,. fair complexiojj, si.-kSyTi'pT 'pearance, lohgdar!-; hair, small feai,iirts, born ia Lohiion. '; : SA.MCiJlr'ti.UY^.'tJiiaitPr Gnun>5r, aged !2S yeafs,,pale -Comple"xiO!i,,,lightiSi;iiulyli>iir, freckled in the. face, horn qit Bristol, is.a nj.iiriffd niaii, and his \V'ite lives at P.lymuutii. ' . ' Whoever will!"ec'i)re'Mi(l:deli-ver the above iianicd :V{en'in-to the chargfrjof asiys Cjnninissianed iSitval Odiccr,'within thi.'next sxuioiUhs iff " "~ ' -- �-bc secured and riMur veceiyel'HItf I'..... GtilNEA.S-for theTlfirce,, from Captaiu Wolfe, exclusive SotaJfiV*' rff>''�ttBne!;''*0 paVfic):t?.iUft X*f, �nch onpreccdenied iiulence^.Tnua^bej^^bnthc ajeri; iis the'Drivyin coroaienqes npuli so ' aftdtaltc.apfo&y^in:,�teWRtii^^;A^^^ �Kffcrings'Ofvflnbr felr l�w-crca*iMf: i# ti^ of a,i|i^ban!^vg^,^wi^,i^|th:';^ of nine^W.^KJ JWeAJPtregn iijpwiurd$ of t.Kirtv year?, h', lUrdtigh iwa^maal^e .iffl>ieh no tinman prddeiice (iom4 fiijjlj^ f�w;.W(rt<^�,.r(sdticedvio t^he ii'Rio&taisttets st.few sRcil-fensbarid, ill VVejry^ in'firni �*atc.df hbaJtH,:i^^^^^^ beoljllged to laiailyJr^tviwfciBO#t-^rs!tefiil t&ankstfi'tht se (fpnr i'elie,t 9f ien^ntiiu�.' Vo ihe GEXTl.EMEV, CLEIUl Y, and rRKEIlCLDEKS ofthsCOUNTy ofiVmJDLKSEX. Genti,e.>ik.v, , TTF in an ordinary contest I had been chosen by Mi you as pne of your Representatives, I should have been utterly at a loss to'exprOssniy sjatitude for so high an honour. � Judge then hinY iiieapabie. i must be of doing .justice t'> my feelings, wlien your choice involves in it a great and gloriotis victory, that you have enabled me tu obttin, over tiie drtn;!,erous pa rty "which, by the nVosl disgraceful prac^ tices attlie last two l'.l;'ctioas bad nearly tritnnphcd over your indepoiuUiiicc.  Tlie immense majority, wif.h w hich you have honoured iiiy humble pretensions to your favour, declares, in so decisive a maiincr, the voice of the C;ijunty, that I trust |t will extinguish the hopi^s of all whoiircdesiroi^-sofstiliiiigthat voice by pupularcl.iaiourvorof defeating itby the srn of faction.   That majority, also, permit me to add, affords the best possible answer to the ciiU, which, during the ElcctVoii, Sir I'Vaheis Biirdett has almost daily made upon me, for a decla-littioii of my principles.  Nay, it goes turther; for It pronounces, in'language which cannot l)c misunderiitood, your judgment ifjion Iiis principles, as wcHttsUpon mhic. Ill eivigrrituliitiiig yon, (jchtlciinen, upon a victory which is the fruU of .so inuch'?xertioji, andwhieh, considering the nature of ti'icoontest, affords just cause/fOrtrinmphto the kingdom at lurge, and, indeed, to the friends of order throughout ~ , the Ciyili'/.ed world, my dut v to you COrapsls me most earnestly to entreat a continuance of that vigilance and firmness which iusuch .a can.se, can alone secure the inestimable advantage �(ve have gained, ,.� �� ' � : Jlavii!,'?; hithi.-rto refrained from professions,_we!l knowing them to be a most fallacious tesii of cohduct", lisliaU now content myself with assuring yon, that by promoting, to the best of ihy ahiiiiies, the pfoipfrity of the British Empire, the security fff tlic Uritish Constitution, and the houoiirand welfare of the County of ftliildlesex, I shnll endeavour to justify yimrchoice, and to evince the gratitude with which 1 am, GiaUcmen,   . Your most faithful and devoted servant, . . . . WiLLbULilliLLISH.. : BasU-bm-Park,'Kbv.^7, ISO :. ADijMJiSHiTiJ �pARTlCO'LAy.-lA^^ lO THE LADIES, Cou:!try Dnuees, a.3tratr..spey, a.Ofvmin Vr'niti, and a Rf.'i'l; sot t.) Music for tOt;" V't'jlii! ;in4 Piaui-Foft:',. &r. Willi  tl)cir apjjropriate i'igures,  The Tenth '-V iJ&LE; ASSEI^iBLEE : or, BELL's J (X)lfR'j'aiid FASmONABEE MAGAZINE, will NEW liOV EL, \if.Uti^Hi9CiUi, Aiiiiiur oj lue CioUr.ii of Mrs AbbSy. In the Pres?, and speedily will be puiiliahod, in Fi�elarge y�W.C3,12int>.^ rf^HE DISCARDED HON ; or, the HAUNT 4- of the BANDITTI. Bv Mrs. ROCHE. Also new Editions of the following, Uicly published, by the > same Author, Children of the Abbey, .5th VAition,'? veils, lis. sewed. \ ic;irof l.ans!iown, 2d Edition, y vulii. ^laid of the ilamlct, M Editim-., 2 vols. T?. Print-d for LV"P) .^'o'^aiun, and C ct,aiidso!d by every Bookseller in the tnittd ivvig'.)p,IIl.        �, In- SPEECjrRS of Mr. FO.^ and Air. PlXr. c large V oV.. i ft -.few d.'iTs Will lie published, in Six large V oV,. nvf rWMllZ SP'EECHli:S m^An iii Pariiarn-'nt by the J. Rightllon.CHARLES.rAME'^ FOX, Tvr.o the Right iitm. V, iLLIAM PITT, in ths Order in which they were (liiivere.o, ?re:n the Commcncameat of the l-ubi.c Lift' to the Dut! as'e of these gjoat Orators, the, raost'di-ticfjiaiJheQ UvaV have ii-er .appeared inthis, orperiiapi any oiher C(.'uiiiry,li� modern times. .    ' � .f'rintcd for John Stockd!'.lc,PiccaAilV,\ � The object of this Work is to display, iii thi-ir ti .i- c-;'our3, the splemji'' Talents of these great Men.   vVith ti':; view, iheir Speech"-, will be printed as they were .actually deViver-ed in the Ho;)?e of Commons, and o|ipor.:d to e.i('li oihi.r in reguLir order.   The Public wiM, by ti^lj mode of arrar.ge-inent, be pat into possession of all tile Main Arguments that have been produced for.aiid against every r.rcat political o.Ufs-.' tion that hash ;en iigitated d'uriug the last thirty Vears, a jie-riod of uncoLaraon.interfsl to every Lover of Lis Country, and indeed to every .Individual of the civiliiied World. Prefi-ted to the First Volume will be given, Memoirs drawn from rjJthentic sources, of the Geiitlemeu whose Character the Work i: Intphded to illustrate. And the whois will be accomp.ini.'d with such Notes and Introductnvy Observations as shall r^n^er it a brief hut iiceiirnte and interest-inif History of the Times, in which thcsjj gjelebrtited Stafes-mrn flourished. :>       . ."�. REMARKABLE TRIALS AT LANCASTER! This Uav was published, Price Is. *od. ", mHE  WHOLE of   the   ilM.XIAliK.\BLE J..  TREALS'tbat;were t^-ien at J^/WCAiiTH A*-SiV.ES, bffore Sir ROBERT GRAHAM, Knight. The unparall'-led crimes tried at thes*; A>si7,t:S, asl Murder, J'oigory, Unnatural I'jropcnsHios, exceedanj ,af tiic kind tSat has hifherto been ki;onn, and almost.* belief.  i'liiited for.T. Day, No. 29,. Fctt-i--l.-iue, Fr-ct-slreet,- SYhero"may be had the Trial of Llavi-l ilolurtson, for an Ijnnataral Crime,.price Is.-Onlo.'iel i-'n^.'ingiiam, for a Hjir-rid CoiiFpiracy, Is.-Col. C.iuitield, Dcanys, atviJuiUs, fot Cri;n. Con. p'rice Gd. each. Lyme, at the present dale, '(iiyfiii under my liand on board his Majesty''s .Ship L'Aiglc Portland R.oads,->  St'condly, SPERiNIACKTI; SOAP, which �rvsen-cs and jrnderi; the Skin Soft. ?inootii, and IJclicatei Tije einolHent aiid heajiUg prnpiMties of the Sperniace^i, are'so gfiitTiilly knoiyn,.gii.to tender a coninient on itsvirtues ujuiecfssary, the liivButor i's go sensible of its iieculiar mild.^cssil that td^aceom-wir;daw. Kenilcnien Of Iciidvi- skins, he has'(iL-q formed U int(,J Shaving t;f�kcj an;' Shaving powder, the, |atiar made with it--^^iU frfarcely aflect.the cyc. be jiii'ijlisiicd on thjJ Firet of Ik-ceuibcr, price Ss.Jid. ,1 tic ii-vlraordinary. Einbellishinenfs .to" he, given are all ovigiiiaily Composeii,expre5sly andb.xcluilvely'for this.Number, and all a:iapted forpriv.tte 8ncietics and fashionable �by Figuros, in the ef .the- ?ii(!nth.' in London .^ivd Paris, so enable. Ladies to foriti their own Dresses diseoytfijy  prac.tl m thewi ibcPt Oil i�! mm each; , ,   .   . Pewon^ wishing to avajl them.selvejs qfibFgrcat utility ijjf iitfie. artUrlfs,should be e,i reful to haye. them geuuiife, ;by -to^.'^rvi' Et.his n.in^tyon the l.abrl affixed �(},cacIf.. . art vipircrsally, i^t fact tha^ MOfS^Y;, e;feWljs, e?,7^^ ^!lgANBl^.;)'!W�,Mi.a�:")Si*Ai . Princess Elizabeth       Kecvcs Five Ditto N'6,7. PrinccssMary . Dr. Buoby Five Ditto .1*0^=8, DvchesBOfYork        Davy Five Ditto Nik!*. Duchess of {iloucester Or, Kitchener Four Djtto to PURCHASERS IN Gi-NERAL of MAGA>:iNES. " To^y^iifeJItYiiisappreheuMon find mistake?, I feel it hicum-bejjioi) iii^to declarej that I huve not directly, nor inJi-Tectlyi any concern whatever >yithany other Monthly Pub-licatioi> tliiin the above. Weekly Me.ss.-nger Office,; JOHN BELt. South.ampton-^tieet, Strand; . .   , .   �  To tne i-'lt i',il.Vit>L and i'ASHlOiV.AllLE WOttLD. On Monday, Dec. 1, ivill be published, the 2d Number of �fElJEiVa MONDE, or LITERARY and JM fashionable M.-igazine. The merits of this Publication have -been acknowledged togurpnss every Literary and Fashionable Work hitherto Biibihiited to public taste and criticism, the Artfcjes are .wrliten and selected by niep of the most emineiit Literary ahilitiesj wlio severaljy contend aniV aspire to iUuitrato ;jliemselve,s in this much inippojfcd. Undertaking. The E"mbeHishmeii|s which form the omaiaehtir paW of "^fthci Work, are of tht niost brilliant Order, aM have been honoured with thx ajiprobatioh of the AmaWir, and Pcr-iOJis "qf the hishi'si distiuctjon. The t'iirst nUinber is einbettished with a correct Likeness of,okjr;in()?fGradloiis Kujo, frijiiira Patatljig^^^^ Wiii. nijt^hed prodaction pever gi^c.ed -the coHinatloa of thij Amateiii'.' ; :ii(rthiiljt�i� 'ra^S'�tl h'�^^ mi coniMi ^Originid A^iqtHtnre Yii" (be posseisioti cvr LWaL^^^^ OfjnsbvMt is the, roor-  ------ '"'^ "     Jiigh(ie!?s evijt' JMditced'. dth^*r4i^rtlijfotWdt�coirtlst.iift __________ ei^�iqj�';i^.:f;ag|>i(>ns for ^^n^^^^ Criwe^VttUclwC'Tiivriot.atobsautifully,  .o....u,,^ft,,^;LifeofhS RoyalHtehncss ---------------J^BpBl&*tiw^fir?tp^lgi^.�f!"^ w jj* . tits; KOTZEBUE'S NO VEI-LETTES. OV^'XLETTES.-Bv  AUGUSTUS VOl^f KOTZEBtrE, Author of tlie Sfr.inger, Lovers \ �w?, Pizzstov the Birth-Day, &c. &c. 'J'ranslated at licvlia, under the super:u-'. tetid.iiice of the Author. Printed for l.liciiard Phillips, Nq. 6. Bridge-street. Blick-i'iars; and to i")e hadof dU Bopksellvrs, and at all t^irculat-ing Lihrurics. Of whuui irjiy be had, by'hi same Tr.inib.tor, uniformly printed, TRA\'^ELS.if,to SISERIA, 5th Edition, 3 toL% TRAVELS into FRANCE, ith Edition, ;l vols. TRAV ELS thrmiVh ITALV, .'dEdirion, ;,i vols. TALES OF TDK CASTLE. Thts'Day aro published, ihcEigiith Edition, revis-d and im-prpvcd, in Five Vols, price iJO-S; bound, cmbi'ilis&eJ with i''i've be-iuUfnl Engravings, -"^ALES of the CASTLE; or, STOPvIES of INSTRUCTION .and DELIGHT, Wriitc;n in Frencli by Madame la Coraptesse de Gei^Us, and trir^slutcd iirtw English By THOMAS HOLCROFT. Printed for Pochard l^UiVUps, No, 6, Brii\g.>-nrect, Black-friars, aud Scatcherd and Leitenuan, Ave fliaria-latie; sold al-'o by aU Booksdlers. Th? enchanting Stories contaUied in l^iis delightfid Book, e.vhibil the most amiable picturci of virlae, and teach . philojophy ofreullife, as theTalesof tho Castle, aad wbich iS eaiculated, at the same tiimN to malie so vivid^ii impression, by the pleasing manner in which its priuoiule^ are exhl-biteil, Thcv Country Booksellers arc reqarsted to be particular in ordering Mr. Hulcrofi's Traiwlatiou, of whicS this ii the Eivihth Kiiitioii, .       '� ' INSANITY. . this Dayare piiblishe*, in two vols. 8v�. a new Edition, cinsidevablvenhirgedand improved, prici 1;;S, inboard?, OB^ERV A'�i6NS on the NATURE, m^Wl^ CAUSES, and PREVI'-NTION of INSA^ftlY.' By mOMAS ARNOLD, Eellow of the R�val College of Physicians, and ef the R<}val Medical 8�c�ctv of Edinburgh. I^inted for ftichard Phillips, J?o. f.Brtdac-s'ject,Black, friars; and sold by Tliomns Combe, LeicestCT ; and by ali BuokseUcrs. -r-y-^ GEOOliAPlIY; "    .   ' T is the least praise of the f r fii"t�en principal Maps, taUej.JJlled-iniMrffiijij^hed by tftl^ Seolt.rStud�?i>ts, price ^, ^ 1. most intcrisstiiK and chteriaiolng fcsturis ot GB|).s LD!i.\iinr, - , PtiiAk^fur RichartlPhaiips.No.6, lir(dge-�;rctjjyBlfofti Aii|,T*,�indt�behadofaU Beoksv^lcRawi I5ija�t�lfc%��j| � wtthHhefttU aUuffancc to Schools..   

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