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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FOR rmi iiiunAaryoLLKcic nnil'-'I'ann's of^rv'.'lmn tl.viijnvii for L\- TUESDAY, _ ,jMtM KIZ,' .Igbk ; ^OUTIIWARK PUBLIC SCKCIUPTION lUliiWI.IlV . , "   , h JL tr-vi-nut The cstSlflishnifDt fi'mntlurie^' J{�V8J AiaUsrv t,;(U.�t, and i. Mj-.UTisr.'AS.. l!.c riop'^'tai." uill !).� h(>l(K liii;>u ml hi rKri'iiininifiil, at til' .Mni'.-.JJevI, ill I'lf P.iiiUrvfKi't Jln'r.-lii' rcftors uilptis I'jtfiiili.sl-.Tji'n iii-t.tni. at :-.�;!vo u"cl'>ck.  i -. riie !l>   till- Cliair to bf taken at piie (7 lo:s 4if Simoii riotd. 1 |}ri*vOi!t thi; o.'.curiin cccd iVt-r-' :in<-f lii- (hi- i:ic�'-. libidcTv-il ....... ,  ,     _________............... �nd JaiiiP? i'^^cpeBdeTiro, ?i'r rar.tv,       Ij.t ;!CkmmI liri'''" "�' di-!;rjil<"d Xatjonsiff JCurojin. C�, to^toc ttq^^lP'i'*>T to!legcj> i'iuk- j wMf!i;ise?ticmiil tlic best LikciicMof tJuilliglit Jloiuiurable [igp be bad ai ili >ViU1i!irti.Hit. uiiile lo alleviate it, "an Appeal" loa generous'J'ulilic wniil.'l be- ilriuecereary tu excite"ihcir syjcpctliy^d dra\v - J fiirthihciriininiort.     .              ' - ------------- .J    The hi'h prlct of Cotlf>n'('�i'hich formerlv.cniployed fiearly. CftKIJliTOR^ -The CreUii'l theivhule ppor  f this Ci>unly>lo;ethpr-.vilh the diiliciilty �i^P4vi�i�>iU �)(>cW, ill t'u- Countv I "f li�idinga inarket rorthem;mufacturedarliele.i3 unprece-  ....       . 1 dented. " '      ' . ' 111 liinjspaf! many rtf a family.warn employed^niid epiild , e.ini 5oii!Pthing fnr'theirinuiual�upport.hntatpre�snt it'one of a liiiii^i-liold is cnn-lantly employed, it i.-. owiii^ mirc to ths phil:i!itiir>py     ih ; ift diT've. ,1 Till- l.mdnble.anil princely munificence extended to a nei^Ji- " h 'iiriii.; nation (who are coiiteiuling for the Liberties of Europe and f-nce.rd>erties.nnd se- ' flint' tiihr ci>""J " i �Si ta"Si.NasaitujaC!.ia.5.t�>,i,ild .nasi forniuUthle (m:t ?,C/�Mh�-'ar^..�8 copOirt tht- ffrea(e..t nard^hip.-, .i7T Mb'.-sc irhi.id.; .-uid tUo^fflf. pertinent       ,. ^------ - " �"    -   '   --'.....------- ipplication at the * ___.......- icA-'re J'arifier particuiatii iogtlhcr kWi tin-Ttrmi and Vonditii:rjt i>f the Contiifct man "biTznoKA ; aiith ttho^at il;: Secrttmy't Oj/i^^ &c.     bai no' Pruppstd caii- lie .adihitftf! .'a^er the sidi 2Jlh dat;  '.iid ^rfat n-lvanl.i;;e.- Jv'o'jobjortionto Iriih Src..;ily-Ajipli prr-oiijirty.f-oin tU- ! V ven III! four.   ifiur, to Mr. {jieit�ii, jNo. ii), J>ei.>:e6l?r. |  , pkice. l.eicefler-� inrc eiueriii!; on hi-r U:idfi!nUir!!;, and to inform'thpin and llie |iulil-c in general, tli:i! she has iioiv Ci>'!ip'lele.1 jhe aUiTiitiults and iiiiprovcMii-.n-; of her Moii-e, and hipes by dilijj-Mit attention eli-a'-linei?, a.iilrd tn. (he airy sifB.itirtn of (he llous", to o'lt.iiii th;it dirliii;iui-hi'd patrcn.ige ;;:id supnort she evpericiic/d io ii:aiiy \ear� in Oxford.   � -'.ii;*. > HieiDl/! day of' Japiiitrin^laiU, J'rtnu.imc/i Fersms asiiiaif apd- snrb further aids, oF vari- iluT^ il niiikimU usasc"'-':tl an''!''"'^' s-Jbcc-rip.ani i-.i.-iv .nppl), "rtrTbut h;.vc .-in , llrrt ani^aOnS ftti'l C ..i>o|<:i. to t:.e " � i;nviiich)^io the apaiii.-h Qot-eniiueiit tiinio!! in.o])inii).i and i;-ntiinii:t wliioii (�Hi-i<".'' 'rl5'il''i?LslI'nVu';ho�t tli-.-se i.-Vifd-,. The Commit!!er.-Iy, with confidence, that the pood cx- Sprin'sfi^ilifi'T. ��"")''"<^"' al,ilBeo|ile,of li'e t'-rlecl-111 .Ull!-i� S!l'VTl5�b'l?ts.l OTUIN-G iidil.-! :<) t!i -   Many prc-p.-irilioiw oi' ti|"i, i.\ J- .are jierorc th(: pnbiilp; but if e.\piriii;re and well iin-riird ' f iicC!-'S X* a proof of <-.t.->.t a (iriicral .Meeliii iri.t_v">; care. (it'.i.'Tliaf out of the fourteen wh'i arc to compose tli� acl-ini: (,'imimitJee, a l'r'Sid('n(>andi'^ecrtt.iry shall be aflpoinl-ed, u Inise business it shall be lo manage the receijit? and dis-biirseinents,'and to keep the accniHits, and xvhtT shall f'-laiu th.'ir places^-(iuring the spacclof'tvrelve months; t!i:it by way wtr.*Hrf io the .-ictiag Ci>mn>ittee."six of I he twelve siiall lie allowed til CO mit quarlejly," ;ui(lthiirp!aces be tilled, by an eijual ni;itnberin rot;ition f.-oai tlie remainder of the twenty-six who.ire .appninled iit a (lenr-ra! .Meeting. "Till. Tliat a Conimiitee (if twelve (iciitWiBcn shall lie ap-poinied by ballot at a General .Meeting,"li;r''e of whom shnll crc.ii cnuaefur wKieh it isirtade-^of the hi..h cha.acur aijd alHiwKei.fthcEniiiire.fldpci,|,rejeiiisii^iiid Kt lo bene-�i'l�a by the j.iUaid.disinliTcsleri, aod high-spnited nation, tu wbuscbrsye diffemltifstf Woflefed.: Amoiuilof Swb'-i:riniintS?idVek?"pd '       =�311,751 IS 7 Aidiinional Sttbsenptions. * iCoUtrtion on Twelfth S'i^ Bv Mr.' Wardtll . I..  5 0 0 ^awwinAte*^Wttfctt.H^^A..^..________. i, i -� ilia Johnson...................,...........  Oil* (! Two'MaidamI(liri'i�'JIrnS'riTrai!ts............. .0 L'l 0 .WCuitli.;...,...^..........................21   0 0 l>.,C,-Warei......;........... 10 0 0 T/ioniajSmilhj,AJaenjian ..............5'ilv) 0 At Lloyd'f. Tlitjmas Reithcad, per J. Pan-y ,.................h'l^n 0 Snbfcriptiiiniare received at the .Mansion-MouM', l.loyd"s Co&e-IiQuse, and by all the Bankcre iniLnadon and \Vest-�iifcirr.     ' JHstsofsnbicriiitionsarc rc-idy for su"bfcribcrs and others �t^City of Loiidon'Taveni.___ MOW')l naiJy to aiHaHcc:-Whereas many I-adlo and CientJciiien expedience very great p v.- -.' F:inds Hrsa thiit may b� in i��nl.and de>-iroii8of V�iT9*:^-i; iciiporary or :irinaiicnt stuns of .v.ON KY, that tl^^niiiiiall tiiars .ajtvrirce any sudi Jroa 1 i^'.rf.'lo iO iJuOI itofimw a'rd?, en prreenaisiscuritv', or ;iny ot.ier iirr:tiiit;froni lJatrHig,e''5*,U^eaf�l�, Mi my :n the Foii.'-, f.lrr�yrn-n-ift^.i't Fiefhnu!, Opyi"'W, a^.l Leas? bold Vst.uVs, �ii SitiTiuit fair and honoiirab'e terms.   And Mefsis. Curus pad X. i>l�dpi' Ihtia^elve. to lrati'a�-t every uegocnii n w'tii ( e 'ttfe'.rsl'f anctunSty anU diajB(c'.t, and not oiiiy Jborf uiju..-^yUUjehuuitrai'.v-an'andeilortloimtedeo.iii-isai'.dch irjjcs "Wt'ire iisiiallv cadeJaid rsg^cd in ihn4ie.v ii�eoit.-.( 0#Wec! h? Ihbre      nopiy.t* Mertm, Lncas .and Co. ;i! T^y^.lS, Jermjn slro't, S4. ilamrii'e-snnaj;?, eili-cr pcrsr.iv-Mbylftter, pijstta'd.  N. i!. T�n jeanrpurcba.-c will =-^�W-w-il^er.iV'd AiHiiitlfcK--      - tinnanre �ifih.-1 b. viil p^uro.,.,;;. i;.-      hith.no exi.rn^need. 'i beco;npetei;rto acf;^vho5e'b.l;i^e;s i?"shairbe tii attend to imi snt-rior to tin: lir.-! 1 .*i)t7nn. He tniliicr be;;, leave to obs-rn", thai l.'ie .itJeiii^a; he has i;> .-.��e'arli.U' of Kcdilisijc for llii-acroe.ciMrfi'ion of the Public, will be found to answer their iifino- e viirctatio;:-. N.;H. .Siti-ition is n ar (; ;:!din;;l, .i'd parlies on husinesi can be accomnioiiati'd v, itii i'iivern llo^niis to a;;v ^i/.e. T.O STUI)V"..\'l':i IN IJ.'lAWINi;. This day is puhlisned. No. I. p:ife Is. !M.. in Jin. a-idTWUp-If continued weekly till tiie wli�.le aie ro;ni>l-tL-d, in Jj Xam-l-.TS, a Nkw I)V..\-.vis;; liooK. i-niitb-d, rpUl-: CARINKT of 111.; ART.S :  beir,? a Ncv,-A  and Uiiivecsiil O.lA'-VINC; LOOK, f.>r!i:injr ;i r'?n:-plele System of Orawii    I'.lchiiii:. I'.n^ravi-.i^. .\lr-i;rot-n!o, and A.pi.i-Tinta ; Paiiitinc iji all it-; Uhnches, i'.-r.ii. eiive, Projertion. and Snrve\iM^; uii'i all their\,-irions 'n d .'p-peiiduiit Parts: eoiilaiiiioi; the whole Theory ami Pr-icliee jSociety by seekiii^ont luitablc rhaiviels tor.tlin vent (;f the ariirles manfaotiired und'-r iis care, to appoint vi.iiors jointly with the ladies, us well as to .��ve such ajsistaacc lo th9,.Lad:e3' t;oniniit(�Vi,tcthev mav-.eqnire.. Sill. That it shall be�*l^ U'l-iness of every Member to s-ek put, and recjnnmend to the S"eiety's noticaniiy iiuliviiUi.il ^\vli>� may a'ppAar worthy of employment; whcatlu; vis-itors .sUfill waitCtl.'^ucb, at th.ar owfi hr/nscsi and if.tbey find them i/r iCd.iaf If' y-"-^--"'- .-�- if-J- -------.,   -ir..---------- >VOKK-\t me Koyal Ariurwry Wrs, tej^ififiaibj HS ibs CoHOty of. KeS)t,^fpr a period otHtfee years.      ,� �        ' Vur'Uiar p^arliai'tirit, fi.gi/iir tJfUi the twins Ifni tondi* � lions uflhe CiiUraH, maiibe knoten upi:n appiicalion at the Secretary's, OJJice^ in Piill-."dall iifui-estiiil, any da!/_ itltceed the hours of 'J'en._ anil Four o'ClocJc, ir-Vre-i/je Proposals nuist lir delivered, sealed up, and- enduned, '�'^ Rroposals for Painters Work ,-" buCnu Prapnsnl cnii ie admitted after lAe said i).'.'tt?�ji of January, at 7\celv.e c Clock at Soon of the same titit/tcr tcill ar:y I'endcr he riotired iinUss tH I'd'rl^ making ii, or (xn'J^ent vtihi^l>eka{f. shall attend'. By Oruc^'of the Board; R. H. eJlFiW, Secretary. BOLTON'S TINCTLTIA ASTiiMATICA, for C'oiigh-i, Colds, AsthmaJ, Coiismnption^, and all , Disorders of the lirea>taiid Lnnjs, TliJs Tir.Qture v. ill, opoa trial be found iiiimediateJy to allay thos� tickling obstnjc tioiis which oec.-ision freiiuent C'oKiiiiiig; it spcedilj- cures ail those disnrJers of the !>ii;ij;s vvhieh csiwue. a difficullv of hreathni;;, a.-it ojieii? the (Me.ta, and ininiedi;ih ly gives liberty or re-j)iratioii v. ithonl danger uf freltiiiscold ; it is also pariicul.irlv elTicacioiis in Itie iioopij-g Cough, ft is pleasant t'l take, a ten-jioon fn!l being ^^iiU'ri'iit for ii grown pifson ; a-id i- free I'nnn tho-e iieavv s�e:'t lo.-ithiiig S'.ili?tnnces gene-. rai'y co.oplained of in Pectoi.al Lozenges, socoinnionl\ .ip-plu'd lo rti the abo^e .i;: rd.'is, u:ni lend ludy to d^g lii.fc Sto-in ich, and proMioie id?sii > cure tin: ab.ive dioori'ri;, aod therefore despises all la.i iieffoits or iinilTior; for lie a imeiiis ab.ixc.in iilion?'.!.-^^d.i by the Proprietor, at I'o!-ir.n's .'vlVditine Waivhouse. lV:!n! of the Koval K\chanj;'e, ia Bottles 10-. tid. an.lJs. e.irh ; al-o by ;\lr.Withers, '221', Siranil; Mr. Clark, Mo. It':-, 15i,-roiigh : Mr. Harris, St. . P.iul's f;hiir;;.h-3.ir(r; Mr^. \^ar.l, '124. Jlolhorn ; Messrs. Baron and Co. Hxford-striet; and !)v all oilier Patent Medicine Venders in tl:e Uniti d iCiiigdo;*. R. NOitlMS's GKNTJINK FlCVICUiOROFS; The Piopiietorofthis V;iloaliIc !\i5d.iiiiie�i.;McJ:.iiiS stood the test ot tijc e(.;;.;,-.<-;i r more ofcthe visin�r�, i:illPiiti�li^ltelfitlividiialto worjf. ,...............     . . Sth.'That the Gom>i;iltrcjof Ladies and ncnficmcnprnvit'e ! knoun to fail of performing a pertccl Core. ,, itnation, a room or rooms, suitable for. ar- '   The Family Bottle Wis." lo be had only al the Doctor's round each Hni:le, it is an infallible ilemedy, not only in the Yellow Fe>cr, bu' -in every species of FeVer, from .i Common Coll to tlie mo-t aliirmiog e.xtwit of the Disorder. lnChiWrei:Tecthi:g,tI:fill'u;ppgCpj^Ii,�'dwOi.(>pplai"i?,^ ;uid the McT-les, when;ivcn w iih confidence, haveneverbeeU of the Fl.SlwMiTS in general, di-plaviiig i"n the ino..t fa-ler l!ie w hole Itn.liinrnts of Imiint'on, Design, miliar nninie Di-positi'Mi. invenliou, and Deeeiitinn, illii-lrafed with up- wards of ?iixly elig.ii-tl'.ncr.iviiigs, frmn Dia\viiigs by the iir.-.t Aiii�tV.   To wliie'n is added. ;ni .Api^endit, coMtaiuing Several carina'and u-eful M'scrllaneons Anicl'-ii. Ijy T. HODSO.V, iviththe .Assi-lanee of J. DOUCALL, Aiilli-r ofthe .Actoaiii'lished Tuln.r, i"ye.&c. *�* A s.iiH-riiir I'.dilion, with beauiii'iilcolouivd Plctrs, priei'Si. e.ii'li f^'umber. Printed for f". Ir.adork .ind IV. .Toy (Snrcessors to T. O'J'il).     .\ycm,ir::A-lHiie, l'.ilenio;ter-r�iv. W hi re may be had, l."raig".- ilegant Drawiinjs on I. scape and Fijiures in the C.lu.lk mannei, royai folio, pijh limbed .Monthly, at (is. (id. each, 16 be completed in twelve XiHiiljers.     " .Alio a new F,d'ti>�n of Fergnson's Pir-pecttve, with nine folJing Plates, price fas. gvo. boarils. ! in' sonic rSifiible sitn i lying on the bii-iiies of the Society, .-.iid erg.i.gc such servants i iis lo them may n;'p'nr necess;iry and piop-r. I     Lilii. Tii.at'a>:i iiiean b> which lo e.xlend the benefit r.f ! this Si'cietv. il shall be generally knoivn, that plai:i and use- i ful articles of cloa'tiiiiig made up in the mii-t subjlantMl man- I iier !Ka'\ be at all times hid at a low rate, by socielirs or i benevolent in(T:vid!iais, who may fee! ri-sposcd to di.-tiibute i them v.!!!lin the coinp.iss of^ueir oivn neighbourhoods. ;     1 Ith. That a Oenera! Meeting of the Trustees sli.iU be held ! n:iiiiially, on the third Wednesday in January, when the :ir- j counts for the year, shall be made up to the Jlsl uf Dec. and i laid tieforc t!ie 5:inie. j    I'itb. That any Tr.istre m.-iy at ananntial Meeling.prnphse 1 a new law ; nr.an anie:i:lment i�f an crtribi:shcd one, provided I he hr-the saaelio.T of fi\�' others.   t)r a CJeneral .Meeting { for that purpose, niav be at any time called by hftef n Trus- 1 leys, if ineitlnr v,i\e ten da\s' noi-.cd in wV.ting, sUtirig \ precisely the nature of ihi'^businrss, intended t.> be brought House, No.29, Loner ISrnok-strcet, where orders for Kicor-L.tioo, with ample allowance, are &vX\ cxecut. d Smaller Do'.les srdd Whilesale and lleiail, by Mes-r-. Racon aiid Co. l.iO, O.iford-street, and by m >st respectable Vender- of .M.-dirine.- Mso Or. Norris's'ci-l^-hratcd Anti-Bilious Pills, xiith ample dirccJons'Js. Td. tiie Hex. For the Head,.Sioir.arli, and Bowels. Dr. JAMLS's ANAi.M'l IC PILLS. S 'MI-E celebrily of vhesu I'ills as a general fire.: 'jS_ seiv.-.tivc of liealiii, bv .i-sisting nature in the doe discharge of llie animal rmirlioiis isheriiinK loiivc-sal. ai.d Inev are now recommended'by Medical (ienilemeii oi' the (iist eminence, who use iheai in their o� n f.-mi'Il-.s. Thi-y are aiiaiiribly ralcul.iled for rii-o-de:s of Av. alontarli and bowel.. ; for persons of .a bilious, a gouty, or a nieuina'.ir diS;io-sltioii; .T- well as for tlii'M" wlio.e ronslitntiiMis have betn life, or hv a iviirichce in hot rli- . . - , ailVcied by a ST-deniiry lite, or liy a . .     lorwarcl. begiren to the tivo Committees, who shall apprise . _.,],, f,rhe.ad achsoccisioned by illdig.^tion an.; other ijh- ""^ ^i. i>'l'jlic advertise-     (^.j^ ,-;V,ets of tr.-e. living ; antl lov prweiH in^ p dsus and apo- �SUp^.:Jt>' f>^M3i.^'A .GjPtttliJinaM Jias Forty cnd'Poirntly to lay out in the l>iirrhnse lilF An- ai- "'^.m'SloSJf. li Veary charged i�n7l''reeliold. Copyhold, �WlA'iWiiidftl^.s, "or. jinu>.c.s Alonev i   the FuniLs, iiiar-k'WI^^lJemeidS, )Vfe(V*s' Jointure/, CKvu>meiis Living-, Krafe Troid tti�?':C*.>wn. for whirl, a liberal tirire will fpirsiif two �in(f foiir. T^iifgfe;ile.et i-rerecy nnsv be reii.-d ,n. TO.Tlidi J,aTj.�.K.S of tUKOpj;.        .      '. _A7s^s TUiifcr^n spi-xtfji; f�r-rc- mnving -SUPKK[-i.iJt)US H.MUS from = the Face, te, Armsv *�r. *--------' -    " This day is piildi^-hed, in one vol. 8vo, j^/SEMOlllS of \yiLJ.[A.\l PALl-:y,   D. D. i.fJJ.  Rector of Ijishopw.eannoiiih, Author of Natural Theolosv, &e.  liy (i. W. MF.AOLKY. UishopwearmoHth. To wli'ch is a 'r the Author, a:id piibiishcil bv. C. Ir.adoekand W. Joy (Su;cc.-?or= to T. O.-tell;, 3, Ave-m.:ria-laHe, London.  TUB FINK AIITS. This day is publislied, .\o..J. |>rire lis. fid. R-oval Foli-, \ AloHllilv. till the vvliole ar:" G )>ni)1eted in 12 .Niiiober.., rH^IlKCOiMPr.r.TK INSTRUC; 1 OR tn IA) irli upwards of si.yly Fogi-av inj^s, frmt^ Drau iiigs  of the first Artiits.' ; Hy- T. "ilodg-on, with the assistance of Johu l>�iu- mcjif, �r circular letter. , l;Jth. The Ladies, Tjustecs, to have the power on alLoc-e.isions, of voting bv proxy. " 11th. Thatlhe trnsiee-sUip of this S^jcitrty, shall be trans-frr.ible. i5lh. That if'it s.'wiuld appear expedient (at a Gener.il Meeting convened for that purpose,) to live-si.vths of i.lie trustees, that this Institution slmuld be dissolved, then the d-.bts due to 4he Society shall be collected, and the sfoiH converted into nione.v, when the several sums advanced by the trustees, shall he'restored to then, and thcsnrplns, if any, he .ijiplied to thcnse of snch criaiitable instituiions, or p'.i'^>n.-cs, as to a majority of the trustees may appear most ^ proper ; hut if il should be found that a loss has been mis-laiaed, then the reni.iining funds shall be divided aniongrt the trust* cs, in (he^jiroporiimi of-iev! r.il snb.-criptions. ICtft. Tli'at a list of toe fru-tees, do lors and.subrcribers, be printed and circulated, together v�ith the auiiiial Report, on ihe lim day of ftliwclrin every yea--. -  17tb. Th.1t ttto auditors be appointed priorto each General iMieting. plexies, sji often V.k innseqiienre of ioiin: VYaore. Ti:e.-ie Piils, whin-li genlly open (he p-ins bx nijlil an.t ilie bxly by day, are etcellen( in col lsanil,sj.is:iu IVmts : and lliev hn've a tendency to proMOile sleej). l'h*-y .luni'o! ne^r be'oioided at bed time, aft^r any excess of ralioi; or diihlfiu.g. .Sold only by F. .S.-k bery and s/ni^. No.-1.5,'.St. Paul's Chnrch-\ard, Lond-n; a.'-d at Dr. .iame>> lute house, \{\ IJrut'ic-street ; in boxes, price -is. nd. eiich, or six m one faige boY, for 1-/. 4-. dotv mciodi d. Observe that tlie �oids, " F. Newbcry, 4.5, Pai.ls." are engraved in the Siauii)";. St. ToCOUNTRVOIiNTLF.MKN nndOTIlKR ack and Loins, Tremblings. Feebleness, Horrors oi (he Mind, Paralidc CoinpUiiut!-, &c. i    isir. Holt having left tfie chair, it was taken bv Mr. J-i-j frpi:us UV;dd'Mne, aid resolved that the thanks of tjii!;' Jieet-; ing he given to the Chairman for tie .able a'sisiance he has' � alibrded in the execution of this plan. .  JOSRRHUS HFDDO.ME. Pateox-Sir ROnFRT Plu.L, liari. M. P. TaE.\auaEa- N A.'f H A NIKL M i. Y W ()0D, i:.-q. "FOR OOUOIIS. i.ONSUMi'TLO.NS, kz. Pi;CiORAl� L.s.SJiNCiiOF COL'i H i-OO T. ^ni% liorl) C>;li.sf.>ot. c;i1'l'iJ Tiissil.i^d by (be Ancients, v.as disiiy'gaished i)y them, as its'name fiiffi-tyeiitly conveys for its eyrellenre inthe cure of (.BughN,ai:d other Piiimoii.-iry Cotnplaints : and this F;s-eiice has, in the course of n long pr;irti!'e, lir.-a fmind the mo^l safe and et-feriiial remedy "for.I ousilc:;. A-i!imas.'.-uid all L^isorder. of ihe J5*J^-yard'}' by whuia f.:i, tpyatitfy.5.4jro�Jie.'*(>ntrr* fpo-t paid) ru-ui.�iiii'fee -a'^-igl^'i^ottlc, or larger =tnnHitity, ^ �!ia.-iq ;b�ii.S'J>paf�Winled �itb the Kre^lishlnn1' �l��As,-'UjtlStates tbrr-ughout the World   deserii.ii.g the t^.r- <^*^'^:^^'^n^ . an.1 AHen, b'xford-stre.-l ;. V. iide, .Old Bond-street; Rii cy -.ind Co. (.�Ci-spur-.tre. t ;'V,ar.i, (I"b�rn : Randall, R m.-.I Fxchan-re ; Oieev and i oiJIb.v fii'ir i--; a d ; Han .i.Lad-gate-tjiil: ai.d Claru, Bu^tr.'g, and Co. liwraj^r.. provided kingdom, Ireland, or ^^e'otlaod, vtc. HUNTKR's Ri-::.STORATIVR BALSAM fw ^ restor4ng .md iuvigoratx.-.g the .constitutions of persons j weauened and dCijilitateil by a conr e of dissipalyd pleasures, or indeed by atiy oihcr can.e>. hvefj d.iy produces frcsb acrounisof the singuhir surcess of this invalnat-dc RistoiHr ! li/e iVledicine, an.l nnuiy gentlemen have been candid ciioigh' 1 to declare, that il has .-neceeUeo in cases when every ctht^ I .MediciDC proved in-iicctiial. 1     *�* '.iciitlenien i>t llie tiist distinction in this kingd-nn, r.6 well as othcra, wluise co sliuitions were broken a:iil ilebil--tatei:, liave experienced the good Ellectii of this KestoruLvts iVedicine. For Nervous Disor.lcrs pioeeediiig I'rom enressivtf drinking, dissipated pleasures, the innnoderate u-e often, or from whatever orca.i.ms great debility and rel.ixation of Cie solids, a .belter and safer iuedic!!:e eamiot be ta!ce". .Nu idi,-rs iiad miders ne too p'lwerf.il ^�ofr^es of uicivnry, it.'i.ot fhealf:;, which redureiitlieii. to a state of nii.-. rab'e >teiiee, recefved tae uiino-t be.ii (it trv.ni this ReslorafiVi-, i-r loss of strength and vigour, t.'iey happily reg.tined former health.   For pains in tiie basK and loins, glecir\ iniial weaknessf ^, oerli ips �'.icir i�not a:iy iMeriicine iii or private pr.ictice nhii-a has beeii.'o �urc^'isfiil. le. The Ke-toraiive is prepiMed in pilhi, uhich produce aiiMc-gr.'ulual and bisliiig etiVvts tli.ui all the interua loreis; I'ne finer p.irts of Ihe BaNam are aiso better preserved. Sold .It Wade's .Medirin.- Warehouses, No. 13, Old Bond-street, and No. Fleet-street: F. Newbery and Sons. No. 13, 'St. Pauls; Tntt. Royal JOxchiinge ; Bnoa, 9xfor(l-stri^el; Kceiie, Pr'rntc*, Hath, &c. and all Vcniers of Me-dicfije in 'l"invn ani! Couatry, price i;S.' lid, thd"ht(T; or in l-ircer boxes, inily M. fcs, which cmt.itns the ijViiliWfify ot six smalU asmadeup for the Army awl Navy. iStc.--i<'o!ie ari geiiuiHf oil liikiiesijiied.   

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