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Courier (Newspaper) - August 12, 1806, London, Middlesex N^. 4,363. at Un:'.er the Patronage of IHir UoyaMlighncss the Prince THE Proprietor, to tltsflngiTisli- liift attachment 10 fiis Riiy,t1 �HiKlini�8?rthe PiStice *�f WALKS", and his respect for that-lov;il riithiisirtsin wrtli wh^ch the Public hail evcrvjcftimMiia^AHnivcrijirv of hh JIUM'H-DAY,-wiU THIS KVDSmo, ill a nih'^ilfi'Cent KLfRAI. FESTIVAL, produce a series ()l Iviitertaimiient and Kx-hihitttiri, tar excccdhnij aiiy tluiij; which has ever ht'tore berii vvttiiesscri. ^clfh^^ pains n()r exjirnco h:ivc. boon spared, to rpitdcr thw grand National Coftiplimriilto .-m il-itL'trious i'r�nco,-becomii).? the majriiiHrciitfe-and-djp;nitv of tliii British NatioiM'.'iinuddTtion to tliesc vast^oriiamentul du-; or;.(iicAl I)�>()artmeri( will bp co'nstdcrablvanj-jir :: ;>i^naliiu moiioij at.thf i'lid of the first Act, aa&the'Iinp'eTial'MlH&b'V'B�Tid?4ufufl'.T *for a renn ()i Seven !ifears, PA R K iiOUSI';, in Kent, 3o miles from London; and one mil'" from Maidstone. A�iprtal taniilv houiC, in qnm-j)lpte r pair, and partly funiisned, -with efgiity acres ol iiicado-v l.uid sunroa:idi!i}5 It V cansistin^- aV-o ot plpailiie? fcroun-i, ^03>J kitchen spinlen, hoi-nouse, and all coiivetneiit o'Src'- itobelct at Michat'lijias next or sooner, if required. I'or ii'.rthcF particulars enquire ot Chaik-s Arnold, Lsq. Bedfoni-row. - ' �  , P'RliVlDJiXT INSTITUTiON tor INSUKA.N Cli ^ . and ANNUl'r[(^,S. i PRESlDliNT. �TheMost NoMe the Manmis of HU(:XINGIIAI\I, K. G. VICL-PRLSIJJLNJS, Th� Most NobleMhe fttnntsis of-8ALlSl3'JRY, K; G. Tht-Right Hon. A'iiscomn UOLKELLy, Tiie Kigiit Hon. VisciMmt CHKrVV YNU. The Right liWn; IMIiVCANN^^ The Right Hon; Lord BRAYBHOOKE. The Right Hon. Lord KfiNSINGTON. , / TRUSTEES, The Most Nolile the ATrtrquisof BUCKINGHAM, , I'liC RishtUotn.Loi'd-UaAYIJKyOKE. %i\ \ I-AW PIt\fcV, f-q. M. P. l''B"^!IK Object ot Ibis Instiivition is-to reduce the &. LTi-liible design of LIFE INSURA CE, and Provi-SKUi r,>r Ol iAi;fl, to the most advantageous Principles tor^he PnbUc Ihul .-lit; oossilde. , With tins view the Insured and ;\;",mitrjiU uxL'. therefore rcnd'^red Proprietors, and after the Lvpi-riccs otaii ccor.oinical JVlanageiVicnt arc.defraycd,. tfaev fi:iare the tnrpltis Prohts. feo that bjj'the speci^c Sum. lu-sared, and the Division ot Contingent Hrohts, every Mem- \tn of this TiisttiutiOH has the fullest Value possible for the Pavuicnts which he haSi made;. �, This InstitutKHi comprises every mode of Insurance upon Lives, and in a ))articular manner it affords a Provision' a>;iiinst the Iiihjjnities ot.,OLl. Agc^ ^vhich promises incalculable advaTita-ijca to the Industrious Classes and the at Iar.�e. It will be sijcni bv an iiisppction ot the Tables, that by a'single iiavmentot ill. Is. or by annual .Piiymeiits amonntinjjto little more than a penny per day, rfmnHcncma; in th�earlvp.iit of aman'sJife, liemay be secured from waiit when past hisdays of labour. J....... 1,000............. 300............ im'........... 50............ a>........... 15,000 4,000 2,100 V,')JO 8',^ ,0)0 50,000- I-200,000 . _ First dra*h L,10,000 Tickets and Share? arc now *n Saleat alj the licensed Lot-' � terv CXnTtccs. ' PRLbL'Nr PRicr. ^icHet..;. .; v.......,:... .L,19 li) 0 l.ijfiithv...........^ U 0 Sixteenth......... 1 5 HulF.............. TO U 0 ii'uarter............ 51 0 , - �-�,------..... ^ � �"ortuiS0Ri5EK 'SMf the ilV.Pi); 1 ^^NKStfvof SIGHT, - ' / 7)BPEC� ofU'^.AKlNPJ, &c. h : aProof of jtsEqicM(y^,]V|r.Ja-l.Cn:AB.TIiqRiV,of ^tcheo-Stq'fec", ri4nt�r,TjrritC8, Irf. F^Jttniary, 1805, to t^ Pfo- i aninow 74 �vearBO|ld>-nndAcan!!Cctp,rea,.i 5ly/lJ�elaf� gave )n have roiiliniicfd: to this day, by constantly usiiig .Juiirinvjtluablc ilrnicdy." .' - U ii soU;4>il\ Ji^aViN^wbctv ftnd Ponp, at the Warehouse f-r Dr. J*iii>fiB%fP}�r4''j"l tvcnuiiijc; luid i;iarKe, High-slrect, po^ough. , purposes Ol tlie IKADE may he tii every TWipt'ct aswelUn swered* and in some respects to greater advantage, by the r mancnt adoption of oaly TWO, instead of Threi--MARK E'l D \i Sin cYcry WA\ S mid.lllURSOA V.S oalv, for the di^patch of ]>usini'ss} bv wuich altenitinii thfn- �will he two cleard.iys for inc. working ot the C-orit sold on the respective ^larli;;t Days. _.lOllN SAinON, Sccn-Uiry; ji T a McctioR' of. the "OlViwrw .^l^'friC^'Amsfy of: X'A.-'i ork V oluuteer Irtf.viiWV oh frid altaukti.e -ii only hope tqr. Siifetv in the best excctioy ol alt its jJ' strength,and by inanifestht^a (K-terini.iatitSTi to assert it&.d!giiitvi its indejHMid-ence and Its h'e�-dom.| i 'iS. That we consider aspecti's of f;)rcsi QO^titj^ed-'iifHkre ^ fhciVoluntcors, andacHirtted by stich.pricctplcs, .wlieu. mi'- becap't-bleof atlbrding csssential sjrvicc to tlicir C4�utitrv, ns hold-:, ing out, .toany Power irtigat wrsh the tlownfiiV-ot thesj." kingdoms,-a formidable oppoi^itionto his.anfbltioiLsj)Fo;ects, and as likely to contribute towar.-'s the prsftcrvafloa of ho-uoiwablC/pftve, as to be usorui t>i rt'Sisiing unprovoiicd war. Jd. That the V ohmtecrs of thesii kingdoms, onginilly en* rolled upon the most,disi:itercsti-d aiid-lovnl principles' to add to the military strength of the Empire, Hie .-ilHI called Ctpoi) bv the same motives, ttitiu^!i mi under the same laipreasioii ot immo:liute danger to their co'.iutr�, to continue embodied, and that thc.irso coHtiiniiiig iialcrall. tlieincreased ditnciilties. tiiat HOW present tiicnwlvrs, will give a cnn&|)iciioiis prrfof of the public virtue and hoiiouvable putriotism tiiat have ever' distinguished their coiidue printed,- HALL PLUMEU, Ohiirinan. . "ON KV.-^Me.ssf.f. LUCAS antl Co. bpg.ltavo to inform- those tlial muy bivin want, and desirous of borrowing temporary orpetmanent Su.ais.ot Money, and pos-se.ssed of aiiv assigiiableprbniiMty, that thcv may be supplied with any bum (in fair anil cquitnble terms, by paying an adequate Animity Interest lor thv; same. As also moiiey will, be advanced to "tliose ol known property, oil their pcj-sonai Security. � � , . Personal applications are dailv received by Messrs. Lucas-and Co. at No. '2, Ja,mes-street, .Vdelphi, Strand ; and letters ( post p-iid) answn-e;t without ir! IV:  ^^^^ �'��21-^^^ '-j^^' r'^ TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, fricc 6� r A NE\V:li;r).ITlON'. . This P.ay is published, in tour very laro-e volumes, 12rao ' price iJOs inboard.'!. . r-piIE NOVICE of ST. nOMTNICK, JL a Novel,-By MISS �'rVENSO,N, Author of bt. For 7 ruth-and good are one. : Clair, &c. _ " And bNDON, THE LARGEST AND MOST POPULOUS CITY IN THE VVORLW. This dav is pidilished, a new edition, corrected to the present time, illustrateil with a large modem Man of London, V, ith aiiotlier Alap ot the.Environs, and embellished with -. several Views,-price,IS. bonnd'in red, / rpiIK P[CTURE"of LONDON for 1806 ; bo-. J3. ing a tall and correct Description ot theUritish Metropolis, and of Its Vicinity; and a taithtiil Guide to all 1 ts Curiosities, Amusement^, E.-shihitions, Public Institutions, and wh-atever IS ri'inarkable and deserving notice; with a sjreat variety of Useful Tables, containing liie Hackney Coach tares. Lists of Sfrectg, Inns, and Coflee-houses, Churches, Public Ofhci'f, &C-.  It IS impossible in the compass of an Advcrtiacment, to enumerate the great iiumber ol useful 'I'opics wich are treated of in tins small V^oluinc; but it may sulhce to observe, that a total jilranger.may, by means gf it,.become better ac-qunniti'd with the Uritis'h Metropolis in a few days, than niaiiy thousands of intelligent persons who have resided in it during tnanv years.. > Printed for R. Phillips, No, (?, Bridge-strcft, Rlackfriars and sold by every Bookseller in the United Kingdom, and at the Bars of the principal Cotfcc-houscs in London, � f Of whom mav be had, by tlie same Editor, A Guide to the Watering and S.-a-fcathing Places; with Sixty Maps and Views, price 12s. in boards. To the PROPRIETORS of STIRACIA's ITALIAN" , � OILS, �� ^TR, two Gentlemen have desired me to inform kZJ you, I may acquaint nny Lady or Gentleman with their n-imes. One-gentleman is upwards of seventy years; two years b.-ick he hail scarcely a-Tiair on thelettsideof his head ; It is now grown so long and tiiiclc tiiat I have cut it twice. The other gentleman IS in the army; a short time since he h!i(l several bald places onhis he;id, trie size of halt-a-crorvn;. I m.-lde nse'onlv of one pot of your Oils, and his hair is quite restored,-A ChildjDf mine, when a month old, had no hairnn hisheail; it is astonishing now hue his hair grew after using a,little of your Oils, I am Sir, your's, &c, R. GOOD, IIair-Dres?er; ' JS-.1. iJ7, V iiidmill-street, Bedfordrsquarc, Mr. JOHN.S.ON, Siti-I feel a.pleasure in saving, that your Stiracian Ita-liaiiOils is the only article for making the. hair grow on borwes ; my horse.ashort time since, ruhbed tne hair oil one of his knees, the siae ot a slidliug; I immediately ordered your Oils to he rubbed well on tiie knee; in less than a inodth it was irtipdssible to see where tan blemish was, though scvcrdlgeiUlcnicn said It would never come its uuturajl colour. � .; N. B. Send me a dozen pots of your Oils, ns I always dress with them. Aug.-7il80yj .G, GALJ.AVAI.LE.. Sd Battalion of Royals.  'GAUTION.--Thosol,ndicsiniid Gentlcmca whd purchnj;; the above Oils will'please toobserve, they are alwayfi tn^ pots, andihe. Proprietor's name-, Johiisop," signed oa jtkfc Iitbcl across the pftt; Wild by the Prbprlettir, No. �, N�ViU Irtan-street, OxfopdrStrect; aifd, by appointment, at .Grtld- Rtmost of tlieprincipal Pprtamers,.ato.Si apot, :itr.'.t^ Ujii ndo/en.,,.JflQgd-aUiiijvanpe^ to tt4>^'^**'ted>to tiie present statcoi the A.rti. and J^cifiices. ^ DAVID�RiiwsTi;�:,;A;M. - InTwo V iiJiuao, jiva^i-U?a�io i/aim^vhfls^ rSOni, M uJ^JU'-Uiiwl Son�.;P.djiilimgii.i;'.tJi4;apft^i*t�r.DuiiGi�ii> Gl�isgwii?;ai(l.^ Thomas Ostell, Ave-maria-lane, London, Bcwtdfja'TiK? Copious Nf>tes w-itii wWtMn, iir this Edit.on, 'tie teT the pert'ormance and coi:strjcfion of Overehot Water Wheels. On tin-melhod ot einiiputmg tlie eflective Powei: of OviT.-ihofc \\ heels in turning Macliiiierv-^ Oflthe performance ot Overshot and DiiiIei-,-*iioi iMill.--On the tormatii>;iof tlie. Uuckets,. and the proper velocity of Ovcrsliot Wheels, Account ot an improvement in Hour Mills, Ontlieformar> tion ot the Teeth of \V heels, and the Leaves of Pinions. On thelonnatroa of i:,pieycli)iils;in'::c!�anicallv, and oii-the di.s-poiitirpi ;in Leslie, Prulcssor of Matliemaiics in the 4Kii-. vep^ity of Edinburgli. ' Description ot ii siinplciinil powerful Capstane. A nicch-AuicivJ mctlio'l of liiTting the Ccr.ti'c of Gravity,  On Lngiiic. On the power of ifeaia Engim's, ajiiL the method of computing It..- .,.....:-- ' . Ucscnptiou of a Water Blowing M.achine. OPTICS. On Achromatic rdescopes. On Achromatic Object Glasses-On Acnromatic Eyc-Piceos. Onthe construction of Optical Instruments, with Tables of their Aperthrcs, itc. ana the method ot grinding tiie Lenses and Mirrors'ot.which they are compnsi^l. Ontne method iints of the uiiilermeirtioiicd dia-lingiiishcd Personages : Alfred Bacon ^ewton Bacon Andrews Sir R. Walpote Wickliir Coke .Stair Chiiuecr Htrjlford Sl-oaiie - Molsey Hampden Wolte More .Harvey Anson - . T. Cromwell Blake Barn-ird Latimer t:l:irendoH Lyttleton Cabot' Milfo-i Cluitham Jewell .AUirvel (Warrick Gresham Svdnev Cook Walsinfthara 'lillotsoa Blackstoiie Crichron Locke Joiiniion Ifrake Holt Lowth Jinrlcigh Burnet Howard tlhakspeare Penn Maiisheld Raloigh Addison Sir J. lleynolJs. Marleborough. , 2. A- SELECnOX. of the LlVrS of PLUTARCH, abridM of Seplewkit, IWhexclnsine. 7ubedelvitred JrOni time' to time m itcmendcl, vnln .the 1 icOuaUiH^ Stiirtnul jyeplford, l'artfinnul.%f Pli^>nuul!>, and Cor,':, at I fie Contriicleri cri/cncc ; lo Of. rjarruiUci tu keep goodand.mvund'li^f l.iemmre vfaix Atuntfts hitm.tUera-pcAi'^c pcHoda of'.deliiierifi tiild iu In- p^tUl Jar hi) litUspfi/ablc,. Kiifl Interest,,ninety daj.i aji'nr diiw: J he cojidUionxiifl/ic Ciinlracfimay be seen at //je Srrrelar^'f Opti:r,and at t/;t-lijiins, '.Hmt'eTvUle, Aaent furtitt yicinaii;^^ al Cork, ; A 0 regard w>U bt ftgd Im najf i'cadtr m aiMtt ihe Price altalT > nol beviierltd m itgr^sat Ifngtfi, of ihit tnatl nut he deUetrtA dtr, or farim on ht* ieAa'/, tttiairUi itr mttatr *fKt; call dm ,__. , � E.'V-ST.INDIA HOUSE, Julv31, I8s)-J. fW^lW, GtiminUfcc of Shij>iHi7'^ cj ike Unified :SL Cvinpiitn (.t jUne/ii'nt.fvJ i.iif^l-tud friwrng tn tite hust J.'UfiM, do Ucrt'iiij f:tt\p .^ufii'i-, iiiifl Ihr CATiiiiilCet! Kill Oe rtaia ta rfi'eive l*rvp.,iai.i tn uriiiiif.;, seiil:i( up, ut> ur before Weo-m sday, tne 'ijt.x oj u'S-.ii^jutncj:i, jrunt such A^ets^mi who niaif beii'itn/iii lo !iii,^)v!!l tin', i^iiHiJUuii :i!f.k V . .' GitAPXALS, � : �CA^ VASH,  ct)PJ'!:i', PtrCii rM'd TAR, SHOi' a::.! .'sH !!a.Jl, S\V t,i>!SH i.:'.)S. Jml thai l/tf CuniJiiwiK ^') i,-rt '..unirarts m.t'j tr sCcr, iiprn npphcalhn iu Mr. J ami', t;i>:'-i;:�:;, us in iiiiv tlufn;'.hi-. I'iiev an- tti b.i -�.e'-n mgreal v.;rietv at T. CATO anil S"s Wire-worker?, Wir '-weavers, and li!ri-cac;e maU vrs. .'.i tm.-ii- .\l:i:.u-acit!ry. No. Ii>i, Jlolborn-hil!, opposite .St, .'..hIi'O'a i (;nnren i where al.hcep,, hai-e.s, iScc. any qu-jnttty ot wnich may be iiad .in the shortest notice. isew'mvented'W ire ll!ir:)le^', tor ciicl^njiug :ind fold-iiiic sheep, tar preterable to wood t jr ('.nruinlity .ind appearr ijurgc l>ardcr."i f;)r V enisoii. -Vviarics for Birds, and W'ire-work for Dairy a:id LarJer sliortest notice. A liirgc assjtt guards, tenners, iVc. iidoHs, (^\ecuted on the cr.t ot Bra.s-wire Fire- For BILIOLS jind ut.ier (-JMPlALMa ot the SIO-. MACH, Cu-. ORIENTAL VEtJLXABLE CORDIAL, . Uv his M:;j.stys Royal Letters Patciit. nr?HE Salabrioiiis Powers of thisCOHDL-VL-havd _fi. been long and universiiilvarknmvledged by the tcsti-raonv ot Wiuarands. It is a plvirjii.-it, .s.ite, and irlfectual remedy lu I'.ihous disorder-, e:veruci;\ti;ic iiain or �pasm ot the stomach aud bo.v.cU, sickness, vomiliiig, d,ilulc.-.ce, ll...N .-V.\-jJ Utiie.ifs.. (p^' Tlic following Re.>tor.ilive iMeJicine is in such Repute as to be used iind recoinin-'iidcd b\ many of tht^ 1-ucnIlv. ForNERYOCS DISORDERT, aa.i INU ARO DE'JA\'. Lo-:s ol iVIeinorv, I li-eblciess, Dii�ne.>is of Mglit, I liomi-.'s Ol the^hnd, PajiisoftheiJackand Loins, Para'.,tic Complaints, &c. Trenililiiigs. I HlfNTr.R'S RESTORATIVE BALSAMIC PILLS. Country {.o(itlemen .and oliiers are infunned that thev mav ,bv a course or tiissipated pleasfvrcs, or indeed bv any other causes, l.verv dav prii.'.unei tresli accounts of the sing-jVar surecss of tins i;!v;'lii.-'.!i!3 It-. sinr,, Medicine, and many gentlemen h^ive ix-en candid e-.'ough to declare, has succeeded in c.'.sos w hen tvery other Medicine proved inelfi-ctuil-. . Gentlemen ot the first di?fMiction in fh^s kingdom, as well .as others, whose constitutions wrrngth and vi.gour, they happilv regained their former he.-Uth. For pans la the back ais^l . loins, gleets and seiniiial wftiknosses, perh-iiis tn-re is not any AU-dic'iue in public or pr.vate practice whica has been S9 suecc.-;sful. GeiitK-iuen from the East ami Wcct Indies, wV.ose.habits were rcla-vcd by the boat ot those cliinatps, ii.-iv.-teCiived great benctit tronithis medicine, as wil! as Oiiiccrs hol-.ingiusc to the Armyai.,*. .N'avv, whose coesiitutiops Were iinpam ,1 by hard services, tbo various chans: "s o: cliinat', Ac. "Pei-.�otis tarndvanced in years should tjnR;s f..'W boxes of this llcstoratlvc, which will am.izmul v siienjjthcn them, be tne means ot prevaiitin'; various di.^craefs, tjtid in some measure guard agiiinsi the r.ivagcs ofiiii-.e. L.iis He--storative niav be taken with preat sntetv, tjy b-.jiv,, .<,.s, i.t aiy season ot the year; without i-eatraint nrco:;.1i;t i;;; nl. Extr:ict ot a Letter received trom a Gentlon.aji: " -\s to the clhcacv ot the Restorative m iny Nervous compUiujt, 1 should tecl nivsclf in a manner uiigr.itntul, if I did not acknowledge the great benefit lieceived when vari� ous gther medicints had been tried to uo purpose ; aud, ther.-fore, although I have been nvthc habit of acqnirtng small tiiowletlge in the py�ysieal way, I must say, that I have tiot iiictwitU any thing equal to Huiite-.-'s Restorative Balsam." .Note. This RestOMtive is prep-ircd in pills, which produce ni^te gradual apd lasting �-iiVcts than all theinieraal forms! the fiuer parts of the Balsaul an; also better preserved.,*'" � �Tintt-.lU Yjwagrs Of. MeUtciue iji Town aud Country, unVe tfc. Sd.thifUox, or in larger boxes, imly H. t^s. which cOn. tain wstiuataity ot mx snail, a� made up for the jVrmy aii