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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 23, 1825, London, Middlesex                                THEATRE  ROYAL,  DRTTRYv LANE.- Tkli ETenloir -wM be perfbrmed, A new Opera, caned THE WAGER; or, Th� Mldnieht Hour. Afterwhicii, THE SI/EEP WALKER.      � To caaokdar with Tin DETIL TO PAT. To-mon-ow-Mi Opera; with The Adopted CbUd; and The Jan Vcepert Daughter. P"ARK ^HAlr-EL, Chelsea-On SUNDAY MOaOTNG next, a CHARITY SERHOH wUl bo; preached i, ll>I< Chapel, by tbaRer. JOHN WIU.UM CUNNINGHAlt, M.A. Vicor of Harrow, for the benefit of the NATIONAt. SCHOOUrat-t;icbea to thii Chapel.-Serrice will begin at Eleven o'ClockV " INSTITUTION for the ENCOURAGEMENT fthaFmE ARTS In SCOTLAND. � . THE KING, Patron. Notice i. hereby pTeii,�ait on EXHIBITION of WORKS by AIU TIST� of the UNITED KINGDOM, wUl be OPENED at EDIN-BURGH, eariyiolUe Montli of Kebniarynestt. Utendlne Exhibitors will get every informaUon rclatire to .ending their Pictnrei, ftc by applying to Mr. w. A. Serimn, No. 7, South MoHon-ttracr, Bond-�treeU FRANCIS CAMERON, Awiitant Secretary. BRITISH and FOREIGN PUBLIC LIBRARY, Conduit-�treel,HanoTer-iqoare.-MeMn.SAUNDERS and OTLEY   cribcn, inerery part of the Kingdom, or the Continent, arc regu-lariy fuppJied with the mo�t esteemed productioni of the bert Au-ihoM in tlie Engliuli, French, Italian, and German Longnaga, tdge-tber witli every new and interesting Work wiiich niccenhrely ap-Ilean, (not excepting even the mait expeniive) and in any quantity. Oilalogueii and Cnnli of Tcrroi to be liad on application. ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, Nov. SI, I8U. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Session of Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery, for the Trial of Offencei rominitted on the High Seat, witliin the Juriadiction of the Admiralty ..fKiigland.wnibehcId at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, London, y given,that the Directors of this Company, csnformably to former notilication,-to catablitb a great Public good,-to provide n prafilabJe source of Investment for real Capital,-and to avoid all motive to Speculation, will proceed tc Business at the next December Sale of the East India Company, and are ready to receive Commissions, from the Trade only, on the folbwing Terms, which will include all Charges, except Postage :- FOR CASH. One Lot or more of any one description of Tea, exceptBohea One Cheat or more, ditto.....................................0 T o Commission on Bohea, ^d. per lb. For Billat Two Months, including Stamp and Interest :- OncLotor more ofany one dcacription of Ten, except Bohea ;�^c IS 0 One Chest or more, ditto.....................;.............. 117 o Ojmmission on Bohea, Id. jierlb.  . For Bill at Three Months, including Stamp and Interest :- One Lotar more ofany one description ofTea, exceptBohea^ IS * One Chest or more, ditto.................................... i i o Commiskion on Bohen, Ijd. per lb. By Order of the Board cf Directors, JAMES BOTTIVANT, Secretary. 35, Crutched-frian. London, Nov. 7, ISiS. ISTMINSTER GENERAL DISPENSA- RY. Gorraril-street, Soho. PATRONS. His Most Gracious Majesty GEORGE the FOURTH. His Royal Highness the Duke of YORK. . His Royal Highness the Duke of SUSSEX. His Royal Highness the Dakn of GLOUCESTER. Bisttoyai   6 PRESIDENT. His Grace the Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND. VICE-PRESIDENTS. His Grace the Duko of Devonshire The Most NtJble tho Marquis of T*e"Ri^Hon.Bari of Beverley Tke Right Hon. Earl of Liverpool The B|ghtHon.EarlofHarewood The Right Hon. Earl dc Dunstaii- The Riglrt Hon. Lord Sidmoulh The RU Hon. Sir C.Xong, Bt. M.P. The ANNIVERSARY SERMON William Wilberforce, Eaq. M,P. Sir Charles Forbes, Dart. M.P. George Byng, Esq. M.P. Sir Peter Laurie The Rev. Dr.M'Leed Samuel Mcrryman, M.D. John Perkins, Esq. Hugh Hammanley, Esq. John Trotter, Esq. ____    .........______ for the Benefit of this Ung-eslah- lished and Benevolent Institution, will bo Preached at tlie Pariah CliurcbefSUAnno, Soho, on Sunday Morning Next, the STlIi inst. by the Rev. WM. HARNESS,M.A.Christ College, Cambridge, and Evening Lecturer of St. Marylebone, to which the Governors, Subscribers, and Friends of the Charity, are most earnestly invited, in tlie hope that, by tlieir presence and exertions, tbcy may promote the interest and welfare of the Institution. Nov.�. ISIS._W. J. WILLS, Sec. STRANGERS' TRIEND SOCIETY, for VI-BITINGand RELIEVING the SICK and DISTRESSED POOR at their OWN HABITATIONS. ~ By menus of the public benevolence this Charity has, for many years, been kept in nnuiterrupted operation, and has been the - Iiappy iuilrument of alleviating a large portion or human misery. The Committee, however, have tlie iiainful duty to remark, that the preseat cibansled stale of their Funds leave thorn withoat the uiauu of atundiiip to the numerous and affecting Cases which press upna Ibcm for relief. During the last year, T,S�4 cases, cUieJy families, were vitlted and relicveif, aud amongst tliein the lum lof S,7l7f. fla. id. distributed. At the prcaent time there are �90 coaea on the hooka, and many liaife been diseontinued on account of tlie reduced stnta of the funds. The Committee, nnder tliete circumstances, respectfully and earnestly solicit the aid sf a generous public to enable them to continue to relieve the wants aud gladden the hearta of to great a number of the really diatresaed aad deserving poor. Subscriptions nnd Donations ore received by Mr. Marriott, Trea-siis'er, 77, Broad-ttreet, Royal Exchange; Mr. H. Claike, bi. New BonJ-strect; Mr. W. Cooper, 8, Queen-street, Cheapslde, and Mr. II. R. frlflths, York-place, Camberwell, Secretaries; Messrs. Owen nnd lilllott, 31, Gutter-lane, Cheapside; Joseph Butterwortb, Eaq. aud Soa, 4�, Fleet-street; Messrs. Innes, Jones, and Co. 19t, Fleet-street: Meun. Gondell, Powley, and Clarke, New Bond-street; Mr. Allan, Froderick's-place, Old Jewry; Mr. Uaslope.ll, Leaden-kall-alreet; by each Member of the Committee; Mr. Jarrett, t7, Hrovidciice-row, Flnsbury-square, (;ollector; Messrs. Whitmore, Weill, sad Whitmore, Bankets, SI, Lombard-street; Mossrt. Uoare, Baakeri, Fleet-street; and Messrs. Hammersley, Bankers; PaU-MaU. HE ALLIANCE BRITISH and FOKfilGN LIFE and FIKG ASSURANCE COMPANT-EaUbUshtd ky All of Parliament. Capital, ^4,000,000 Sterling. �5 Offices, New.canrt, St. Bwithiii's-lane, and No. 8, Pall.tnall, enpo. site cariton-heaic. LIFE ASSURANCE. liifcAscurancescontinttctobceffeetedbytlieCompaRy on verymo-derate terms, while the Assured participate in the pro6ts, which are to lie diclarcd at the expiration of every successive period of five yean. The Lives of Naval and Miliury OlScers, not engaged in actual ser-vire, are covered at the common rates <4^remium. The Assured niny proceed to any {lart of Europe, lireWed they Inke shipping in �mked or steam veiisela, from a port in tlie United Kingdom, to any piui between the Texel And Havre, without prevloua communication with (he llireotora, or tlie payment of an additional prumlum. No Enlrauce Money charged. FIRE ASSURANCE. The Coupaay have made the fallowing Krduclien ia the Ilalea of Frcteium kiUerto ckai^ed on the three common Classes of Asaur-aute. The Reduction applies equally to Aasuraucai in London,and �hrougliout the Couuuy, except i special cases :- 1st CIsas is redaccd from !a. to la. 6d. per Cent. %j 'e*"""! from Ss. to *a. Ed. per Cent. '* t,la�i ia reduced ft-om Sa. to 4f. ed. per Cent. PRESIDENTS John Irvine, E�d-plnce. Price Ss. 6d. roynl Svo. boards, THE HISTORY of the RISE an.l PROGRESS oftbe JUDICIAL, or ADAWI.UT SYSTEM, as eslabUshod far the Administration nf Justice, under the Presidency of Bangui. Part II. An INtJUIRY into the SUPPOSED EXISTENCE of th� TRIAL by JURY.in iNDtA, �ith lome Account of tbv late proposed Alteratiens in the Judicial System under the Presideacy of Fort St. George. Loiidon; Printed tor John Booth, Dnlic-street, Portl.->ad-place. Price IjOs. bo.inls, with two Maps, THE DISCOVERIES of the POkTLTGUESE In the Interior of ANGOLA and MOZAMDIQUi:, from Original MSS. never jret iiubllibcd. To which is added, a Note oa a Qonqrtk' ubical Erfor of Muoro P.-\rk, la lus last Joaxaaltnto Um laterioruf Africa.  By IhelateJ.B. BOWDICH, Esq. Printed for John Booth. DnlLe-street, Portland-place. "This is a most interesting work lo the lovers of Scionce and Geo-grapbicAl Knowledge; it eivos Us an arquaiiuance with tbo Geography of the Western part of Africa, nnd the Portuj^-uese Settlements, whrcti cannot elsewhere b� found: Mr. Bowdich had facilities denied ro other Travellers, and the ze.il and promptness with which he availed liiinseirof thrm, led him to the most imtitirtaut and uucxi>ected disco-vcrie-i," Ac. Ac-Euro\�ea� M.ng.Tzinv*. NEW YEAR'S GIFT.-In one vol. lint", jnire 7s. boards, einbellish-ed with .in elegi�iit Frontispiece, THE MONTHSofthe YEAR; or,CONVER-SATIONS on ibe CAFjENDAR. A Compeudium ef Binffmpby. History, and Cltronnlof^'y ; ejEpIainiu^ Clie many Remarkable fiveaiit recorded in tbe Alinanack. Pi iuted for j. Hatcbard and Hon, 197, Piccadilly .-Of Tvhommny be had. The WELL SPRJiT DAY, a New Ye.ir*a Preient, raltnlated to benefit tlioke who will accept it, price 6d. or As- per Doilmi. In 3 vols, 13mo. price 245. bo.irdi, PANDURANG   HARI ;   or.   Memoirs  of � HindDO. _Printed for Geo. B. Whiitokcr, Ave >larin.Iauc. CHEJIISTRY.-In Sro.lprice ISs. boards, ~      " APOPULAR EXPLANATION of the ELEMENTS and GENERAL LAWS of CHEMISTRY. By WALTER WELDON. Printed for Geo. B. Whittaker, A^e Maiia-lane, Londoo. In one thick T.lume, octaro, price 11. lis. 6d. boards, the Second Edition of TABLES of INTEREST, at Four per Cent per Anuum, advanoiu; progressively by Pounds, from 0n� to TKree Hundred and Sizty-STe, and by other useful Sums to Twoiity Thousand Pounds; far erery day iu the Year, and from One to Tweire Months; doubly Indexed f*r calculatiue Interest Accouut^ both Yearly and Half-yearly; to which are added, TABLES of COMMISSION, from Oiie-sizteooth to Fire jiar Cent, wherein those per Cent-es used in Cash Transactions arc exteaded to Half a Million of Pounds.-By JOHN CROUDACG, Accouiiunt, Leeds. London: Printed for Hurst, Robiason, and Co.; A. Canat�ble and Co., Edinburgh; and Robinson and Hemaman, Leeds. BUILDERS, SURVEYORS, ARCHITECTS, and CONTRAtiTOttS, IN TOWNjaad COUNTRT.-Price 1/. lls.8d. BUSHELL'S PERPETUAL PRICE BOOK, vhlch accommodates itself ioatantly, upon any ri�� or fall in the Pric� ofMatariaU or W�ses,ai alio to tba Prices of Itatjour and Bla-teriala in whatever part Of the Kropdom the Artificers may be situated. Tbe utility of this Book, above all other Price Books, Inasmuch a* it never |^s out ef date, is manifested from the respectable Builder* it has now lonp been roniUnily referred to, at the experience here brought forward, the fruit of a long nnd active life in the profession, can be but biffhiy appreciated by all who wishtojreta real knbwledge of the valuation of work performed by the various branches of Artificers,'wherever it may be situated. Sold by J. Booth, Duke-itreet, Portland-place; and 4II Booltssllers, Newsmen, aad Stationers, in the Kingdom can readily procure the same. Price 9i. boards, CHRISTIAN TRUTH EXPLAINED;being a iiopular and fiuniliar Exposition of the Tenets of the Church of EnBland, Ac.  By the Rev. CHARLES POWLETT. 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