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Courier (Newspaper) - August 22, 1806, London, Middlesex rice 6 his NAVY OJ-FU^It; 18 J). . , CHAPEL, OR PMALL CHURCH OKr.ANS. *r>RODKRlP and WILKINSON hcg to inform jt5 the ?(obilitv and Gentrj-, that they have just (\:b\v d n j-ttnarfcahlc baniteotnc one with ;i. potinc front, f ir. a ssn.iU hack, by TVbich TrtPiins the ipvrson };rindifi^ 'is not pspn5"(i fo Ihi aiidiaiipe, and^frora^ife*-not lying vtry 1^^, muy In- oc-v'ed into aprivato. house, Any Ladits or Cie.i- i tlcxncn-w sbinRtosee it, arc reqiifsted to call iUtUcir ' Vnn-- I iionse, Noi IJ, Ilavmarkft, b^'tween FtuIhv tHe i.'d aid ; AVCdnesday the 27tii;iusti uk atter taat, it niuiit be parked up ! to go into the Country^ _ rlN&lGNCY -\of MJ LIT J A .-AssiKfati t Su r. lJ-.gerinc#l'.wi)lh l.BSii�nrv of Mjhtia aud Adjutaury of itfct. Pe'l��H>ned, by addrtssmjf a \etUr, \mtS,-ii^', ibstlnCBrUiMiii. fi>r "iipplijf'g His M i-'sly's y'uid at Plijvuulk ciia5d'U.ii d � .� tji ,. . i ciiilttr iiirnj he. n.-fn at flih Ojlire. ,^ j'.,> 'J'enilc, �b,iMlIy pi- This Day is pablislied, price 3f. in boards. 'niANSL.VnON of u KRAGMV.NT of the ____iiightconth iJiiok �f PO.Ii\Hli;.S discBviTcd in the ]iio.iaitfry of i.t. lijnira on Mou,it-Mhii . U.y th.i COLT.ST L)'--~. A new Edition frvisodi corri'ctfd, and aiism^nti'd by i]\r AuihiJr, ai'd iri.dL-rp-l into ivii^li.sii from tnc rri'iii'ii \ iTiio.i iilarkcd, iHlit'du) l,i,Midon, Ihoo. Ill .l�!d f.)r T.!ito.j, at the Military Library, I'.far Wkiti-hall, Thi.-; day is puhlisii.-d, f>r thv' ISciioIit of th'j Widows and. Oepiiuiis. fif'tlie Clrrgy of tlit* .Vrchilcacoiil'yof iisaex, . p/ice 15. (id. Yr;Wl.Sn PROPHi-XY, the sole Griterio;! to .hi, ri 11^ i. L jtl-i; or an atti-nipt to raiirove tlic p-and (sbstii/-cirs t'.) thi^ ri>:ivi-i>i(iti ofMcwa aiidDeists. A rjLjcoursi; prearJie I iHt.w- tuc JieV.i Dr. Wii-'-iinjib' his visita* litiiial i);iid\u'ry o:i ruOi'd.iy t'ltvblii July,iHOS. Vnntcd for J. JohrjlJi, jii'ht. Paul s Chnrch-Vard ; .T Tnptiook, ht. Ja/Ts t.lieliusftird; . Tills Hay is publi'-iifd, jirliv: II. KAK. clcgliftlf Ma. .".7 III V iciio'a (.urjfo cr 1,-oM lltf Halv iif Ire tronwed bis Lotterji to state to them,, that, from thfripid sale led, and it was his" cietennin^'.-. uttrrY after October, and evni lire. �should Parliament meet in time to eniible him so tn do. .; .1.-!----;---,-- "ANTS Si Situation, ar. FACTOR or LAND STEW'A R D, now, or s* MartinWaS first. A Yoniig �Slan, a native of Scotland, of unexceptionable chnraetiT, and who can be ainply rccannracnded, .ivislics to engage Mitii 'iny iiibbleinan or. tientlein'aii, as Factor^ or ^and Steward, over an Estate, in any part of Scoflcind, liiipland, or Ireland. Be hasbeenrcgvlatiy bti'cl to l-)u>irt'':^s,audioraco'nsid^rnble n' itmc past held an cxteiisiv. H. at't'.ie Js'orthumUertand Cotfec Hrtuse, n-.-ar Chariiig-Crosf, iHll �inect dui^atleationj and if necessary, a personal interview -ypointcd. _ I c.v 111.I .�.>.> i�. iiti),, /Ml;;, .a, I fWillF. Ci>i!ii/i/x., rind tiath /i..- 'hlR)';!-; JIlMNDItr.l) CJlAi.S^ltOs.S of iMTSrANKn'.L!) MOOR t:0.\LS, or Codln ot cijiijl jjoortiio*.-, in Ok tU!!Cc i,:ir.!,i)Ci,-i.t ;-ie .^i>ai:c 0/ Iririt Kx-ck: tliinrai-i, i.^j./i,;.>(V;i.t ii:e:ill,i:r'p.;-iHiliiiiii, uliiiJ'.r h:"'jiii. niiirly i.ii!/s allvr aftlr-. U'i.e Cunililuriin o/Ute CaiUivct. May al the Secntni-j/'s O-linK �  . ;" , Xu rf:r:i..-i v!..'! li:' hud tii nn / 7r?i/ft"j' in i','!ufh the Price i.'ia'l iuitlir iii.iL.-ltd in KoriU ill Icttijtn, nr thai s/iiillmt lii.,ii::ln\:r(il iii t.ii'. iiiuiiil ii.ijurr Oitf (^(-Irt;: vii llic .sykj,' \�ciliiesd:iv, tlic 'ZUii tii'^lunf. nor iiii'if.i l/li: jnvMii r'lo iital:es Uin Till-itf.i; or name pfi::un on itrj bx:lia!ii, alu n!i. In iiimccr kIicii tii'lvil'r�r. _2i!:__ _^ V lt;'n.A(,l,rNfr OFl',rt!M, An:(iist 18. '^IIl^ C'inniit.vsio/iny.'i Jor i'tcftialluin; H/x M(U jc'i^i; A�''.i/ 'liei-i:'i'j f^U'i: ,\iilict:i l/:iii. on jVlonday, t.'ie irdh inslniU, tin:) rtfiilij In rt-.-eirc / tn icvilnti;, (.icii/fit up) anil-^cal rnr '!'>'.(> TIIOUSA i\ SACKS of lU.SCl'ir ISTl'l'i'; iiiiidt' fr.>m \V!ii>le .Ueai; io In- tltlirirvrl in liiti:: voV,*, /'V iiTral:/./ prnpiiiita:!':, iii/ii llt.i ..'iine-:!.) s h .rlniillini; >>lni;-i al. iletilinrii: iniii tn Ac iiaul lor bi) ).r; and others, in bottles at L'S. eacli. GENTLEMAN, ARCniTLC'i'.S, an,! OTHERS. IMPR0VEME:VT an IRON iilMIJGLS. , 'THHE Inventor piropa^es a Plan of au IRON i JL BRinKE upon :ii, and w^iicli Milt p(i.=M."s,- ihe(fvithmitl'i: TJje-Ihrcntor willxoriimunic.ite t!ic principle upo'i trrr vy Gentleman competent to en iv G�;ntUMHi*4i so disposed, is iiereby  v^uv^Ltu ......i^t pnid) wan Inn, Chertscv; Surrev,Sih'ich will br duly attrndvdto F'.;'*^"  . ' ' ��� -MORE CAPlTAirpRlZLS, And FiveThousiind less Tickets thanl ist State Lottery . The First-drawn Ticket . . , Printed for Cadell and D.iVUis, fiLrand; ;ind pjurdit.t, I a-.eriiojter-roiv. ' ' '.' ; � � '�� . ti5e:isc; jitui {{emWrks oh tliat. Species ot; Bliiidii ;s arlsn^ from Si)i'ck!� or Op 'city of till; ('nrnra, iirw'i.ich a i. .. an I -iii;;es-uv;.;e'>i,d, Surgcoji.E.vtra-ordinary to tlie'Priiice of \V;iles,".Snrt,-'im to tie,; Eastern Dispens.iry, ;;iid tii,' lion )ural,le Arliller / (.'ornpstiVv Piildisaedltind sii!;l by S. lli^hley, be I\iid of the Aiittu>r,'.'('. Sf, .\iarv l'leet"itreet, and may SI'COND i.urCUiN. . ^ . thisD.iv Upntillshi'd, prUv-.V. bd. sewed, iliu^tritcd with a *.;olt>nl't!U Map tff liindOifein, pi>(atii�fim\. tne t(lti I'.diiiDii of rpHCMAXJ\h oi l^CALYH; or, Aa lUiy JL on Indigestion; rontamiiis; .Vdvic^; to I-er.^o.'is ;it-flictedwith Coniplniiits ot tb.^ Stomach and llowels ;nls�, totlk(wtro'.iI�U-d with Nervous, l.iilioui,aiid viou.'y Disorders, hnlniU'.l Ctivei>eBs, anit llciid-ach; witli Oosfrvatiimi on Re!!;imen and Dietjaii I Air ; including a 1 realise on Sea and Cold IJathnig, and Heniiirks.oii tlieSlio.verl3.itli; likewise, cxplniiiiiig w.iy (lie .'jcn. .�-l'ri('e plain "'s. c.)loured'j!i. iid. Sold by Loiigmau, ilurst, ili'eii, and Orm?, Palcniost.-r-ro'.v. , N EW EDITIO.NS OF BOOKS FOK SOIIOOLS. This Diiy is piibrishr-d, ,'Jd. n-f.tly biu .1 in sbc;"p; � ;i New i;di|iiti>, of rB^IIK NRW KNGLlSIl SPELLING BOOK ; .Ml. Containing evei-y ridic;rl AYord i.i'iM use, with sueii v.v'i'iiitions h's are nrce.-jary to tci.cti Youth to spidl every Word corrcctK'i - By J. B. PIKE, D.D, . ThP.FlR ST and .SECOND BOOKS of th- FABLESof PH.EDRCS, for th? twe �jf voung ::t Sciinol, in Five PuVtS." The 1st P.irt coatuini: g the;itseif.-id. The \Vords bf the Author, acciirding tu the gfamin uicnl construction.-.Id. .A literal Translation,-ttli'. Anlnd-x of allthe and Verbs, siiewing their Gen-Jers,. Tesises, Ae.--^ith.- \iriiidex, referring to the K�l,'s in Ward's and Eton Latin Grammar, By IlicuAnu Ma.nt, D.D. Price .')s. bound. Tjc COMMON, or WARD's LILLY'* ACCIDENCE, entitled, Sho'rt hitroduction to (jrammar, explai.icii iii a nvM'iol intelligible, to the wiakvSt capacitle'i, witli varipiis iTipvovcDients. By RtciiAUu Ma.nt, Di, for th.; twe of voiing'ir,c) in the Latin Tongue. .By Hichahd ftLANj, 1>. D. PricelSi (5d. hound. - - Pioilished liy I.oigiiian, Hurst, and Co. Paf-nif l)iss;-ctioa^. To whirii ii add-�d; .i I'rcatise r of I'r.u-Mr'l Auiiriiiiy iii (lis Aitstomit-.i! Se.i'1)1 in's ili.'spitir; aud J�Hrge,on to tUp LwiliHi lyisp'TisTry f-iir Dis of the i-^ye and Ear. Pr oled for JUciiiri PhillipH, No. o. Bridge-street', Bl;;rl;tyi;iri. ___^, ^ ,. l/OiVDoATTTrirTTAlit/ A�si>.,io-'M /'oi'thots CITY iN THE WORLD. Till: dav IS pidilislied, a new eoilion, corrected to the prc-Sfiit-tiine, illu.-itrnted wit!i a }>irgpo!i-'{ and ut lt:( Viclnitv; f'.nd a faithful (luiie to all its (.urithiitii's, AiMuseinenls, L.vhihittonsi Public li'ititutiOiii, and winli-ver is n-marvobl  and di-si-rvnig noticf/with a griMi v.ivwtv of (; �-�(ul 1.lilies, crtntainiii.gtlie H-'icw Jifv Co-acli /.�n-':, Lirt-(if Slri'vB-, Ihik, and Cottee-h-), Ciiurch''3, I'u'.dic-Oliices, '^c. ..... It lb iiiip'iss l-.l!� iii th" enm'iav-'^ of an .^dw-rtls.^^.leTit, t� enum;'i':ii'' the gre .taiu'.ib.-r o' uscuil f �'.ioi>ls; wV.tti'H on the approv.-d plaii of Goldsiititit's Gram-.nar of Cicognipliv. bytiie Rev. .T. ROBINSON, of the l-'ree Grannnar Se.jool at R;ivcnstondale, ia Wedte.iori'l.iiid. , Pr-nt"d for Richard PliiUips, No. Brid,'e--itreet, Black-frUirs; and to bi' had of all I'.ooksellerj, w itht.'ie fall allowance in purchase of ipianttis. , - ^ Of whom iiKf.-a so be bad. *^ LoVdon : sold bv Blacks and Parry, L.-ndeiilinll-rtreet, aud .lohii lliitcliar,!, No. l-'O. i'iccadilly. ' .. : in This iJay is puhiislie:!, in vo's. i^:ino. pric.'; (Juinca, linar;ls, the ScciMid J'.dUion, of S IMP LM T A L })y Mrs. OP 11-:. lO' Printed for I.;)ng;n.i.n, llurjt, Jlee.s, and Omi;-, I'ater-nM--r-row. . " Li t!'.^' Tnl".'now before us, v.e find mnchthe sitn;-'m'rits as in bar beautiful story :u-ds. ' ;'!. Poems. I'hi' l-oiinh; (.s. boar-!s. This Jay .art- publish -d, handsoio'-ly prlated in qu irto, with iiiauv'platcs, pvice 'J'wo Guineas jiiid a ILilf in boirds, aod d("dieated tiy pcrmissiim to her Royal Higlin-ss the ; Princess Ciiarloite ofYVales, IECTlJRi^fi on NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, -o............ ^ym . . L..>i)0,0!)d This Day witn Sixterii" Infiviviji;^, pnco 1/. li.s.i"boiir:ls. ' rfiU''\ COML'L./IT. WOIIK-;, in PKILO.^O-A i'H.Y., P. ; v.itn .\!enioirs ot ins larlv LilV. . -  SVrif.'eii .i),y il i M.S!�,i.l-'. PriiU^e .7. .1o..n.-.-jn, .^t. Pii'ilI Inireo-yar!; and Longman, iiu/iv,i, lleis,;.jid t^n-.i:;, I'ift riio'^l'.'r-roM. " It la./ivit ver-creililalil  to tie ii.ivril e',irii>;i(v of the English pnblr*-ri-i.(t�i r-' s:io.i! 1 nave liecii r.ti roaijdet'e cdi-lioii of l.iri V\ or.vs ot i>r. ; r:in,iii!i f I't iH.) . 'J'he p-Libi-u- iS-vcr^i'iKiiicii M.iden!.ci: to lii;i e � to' �ii ('iit collection. It is pr;;i."ii{'-d 111 a eli-�i� a ! I t)-M>:-t-iitiitious I'brm, and s-eeins to have been Miri|iil -d w a., sii.i.ciei.t ililiiciifc, and arraiifted with c.iiisiiier.ihl  jii.I^inieijt.' Dr. i-raaklin was the nnift ratiiiuLl perhaps of all phili.'M.'" ;. i-.Omlu gh Review, No. T;'. As abovi'tnay be hadi lu.-a jKil'iIished, ^ A new ai!'! improved i-,iii1ion, . Ieg;iiffly |>i'niedinVols. fi;oltc:ip: Vvo. w.-init Ponraii, jince ts.'boards, of l.iit' & olu'ne, i.'ti.ii'.o, wiiu �..i-al'fcr Di-iV� inirs bv fue Aath-ii-, liiite'i.'. 2s. in -Tittets o/id Shiirts ars on Sale at nit the Lottery Gllices. , . Ttokct:...L.ID lo 0 T|alf....,:.......y 10 �2 I) Elghtlr.............2 11 (i Qnnrter............& 2 0 Sixteenth......... I ti 0 i'aiMklAOV^ aad otlvcrC-OMI*FAINTS i^the SlOr . ' MACH, &^ ' ORIl-NTAL VEGETABLE CORDIAL, . , ! � By hfc*Majesty's HiKval Lcttcih Patent. npHE SRlnl)tio)is Voyte^s of t'sis CORDIAL hav PteMcal atrophy, it is highl v heoefirial, by bracing tne nerves^ rhcrisbliig the aminnl %irits, and giving vigour tn the�A(item/ To tliijie unajiiics iiislhc attributedii� navlngproved sefviccaUle in rh.nnrntic rawitt- and >n attKltsi of the (mut it ho* freed ihu put cnty yiien every etloriof the Faculty had bceu tried iu vain. It bus also reeentVy. been found to jibsse^s tne exctlliut virtue of. ' prfvcnlii'igcsca-sicknofi^i ,.,�i Of the indivnUtil P.ivsioiif. An.l of the .'Vcliou of the jMu-irieseicjiiv^sjiveoHUese Pa.s,-ion>. . /. V ici'v of tne (Eoao.ny of the Human Bo,lv as it rel.ileii to l-,xpri".SMoo7a Pmiiiii!:-  s � 'I'lie.iulijetfsjire ill-'.Htr.iie 1 bv Sketches of the Bones, and of the' Foiins of tin; Him.). Of the Alu>icle�4 Ol the pre J iicc in the .v.-.-r il )*.i-.-(ion-, &e,.--: J�rmtedforLo..g;n.t!i, lU^u, Rees, and tJrnie, Patwnoster- " 1 Ms we think is a verv ele..^-int an I it't.Testi^ig pablira-tiOJ, ill t>ie ex.-cuiioa ol hti t.:is'c AJr. l-.e.l li.ii, nut only ".........ith bis prof iriv Ml new uroots of introviie iciua.ntanu..- .vh)!,'�-510 i .Iffc.eiKO, iml has itMii'ji.-.l a i ute an I ii teelii.j; tor lb. ixcfillenees b.itli of Soalpiai'-'aiil I'.iinting, and enteivd al Uieiiime timeiiVi'nilr th .d.--Jic.iltU>ii and peipieviiies ti .lust imlilisli"d, Second l>ditio:i, price 3s. N ANTlbOTi': TO POfSON ; or, a Full IIEPLY to Mr. Ji-IFFRYSS ATTACK on the C.'iaraet.r -.u-d Coiiluct of His Migliness the PR IN (' E ofU.'VL.'.S, eoiitiiimg several importint particnl�rs derived fr.iai.authentic sources of inforuatHni. ilv CLAUDiO. �^ PniNcr:. J'liou say"st trui.-, Hastings, and he slanders thee moit f'rosslv.'" " TlAsr. ^ohedo(hv, GeugrjpW), uad " Dcsigii, The Languages; ll'lt'iry, A>Mitufy Studies, '1 he Coup D'leil, lieading, ' (^u �li(itatigf.� of a ^ehcral,-O'cc, etc. t'.ie llD:illh and Botlily Strengtli Draw ry and Conf.igc, Orieaiiieisol S\>u], Love ol our Conniry, 1- iriiin.vss of iViiiid,. Intr'-piditv, . Diseii.line, lltininiiitv,' Mod^tv,' Pnidei.Ve, Secrecy, 1 oi'osisht, (lUide.s", Spir�. and DesfTtoi-s, (,ounciIsot War, Daring Actions, Cowtiueiice Of the Soldiers, .Means ot iniiuiing theit t.�u- rsge, Dtstiu.-t, Hoiour, Hoiionr, Ivd i'lbii 'Ji'i iU'Vi,sw,-Mi, l)is� r.'tion, Itaillery �ti^ SlahlcY, ... - , , Willi a 'I: blc 01 Cuntents, and nn Inde-x to the Evamplcs, Anecdotes, aim prineilMl Siiojetti. ' Printed for Richard'PhiUips. No, 71, Sr. Pavi-V'* Chnrch-yurd^; W he tiuU of ail liUaklclla* K> HiU i.rit|�h iiond- ^ ;^^Jj/-ti;, .,,,pu�t of-their dsbtS '2. An-Easy {Jra-vmiar of ttfograiihy, ine udln.j thi; Use of thi',-(^l.->bes, j;ea;TjJly est'Cin-.d tho-most System extiiit, wiihmiineru'is .Vlaiis, Ac. By tm itsv. J. 6old-Sin.'ih, pr^ce Vs. c'i. bouiid h'l r.-d. . .'\u Easy ('rammav.oc i^hilpsophv; or Compl;te and Coa!pv;iidious Syst;;ra of the .�Irtsaud .Sciences, illustrated by faiiiiriar k.xperiiir*iits, and li.v numoroa*. Plates; written oh taei-' Plait of irr.innMar of GeosraphyT by the .same^.-^utiior, pncj.'.'s.'Jd. iiO'.'iid in green. �i. J'iie Jik-uienfs Of .Natural iUstory, founded OB the Sys-t?*'n of Liim-a'us, with popular Dcscriirtioos, in the manii.-r of Golisvnitli and Bunan, illnr-trAti-d av Cupper-plate Rc-prJs.-i'itJti.nsa of tnoiiundredsUbjects. Bv t!ic Rev. W. Ma-^ vor, LL. I), price vs. bound, 5. A Svst-in of Short itand, tliat which is taugl--t inthe various Public Schools, and which li us -d used in the Courw of Law in the Metropolis. By VS; Aiavor,- LL. D. &c. pric' (s. Od. in boards. 6. Th.' Eleuitaits vf Land, Sitrvcyin?, in Theory and Prac*. tice, illustratedwjt^-ci>pp:cr-puti^, plajaa^icuroured, with taiiies, &e. By Abraham Crocket, Laid .Surveyor, �� Frti ne, price'^s.boiuid.. . . ' ^ ISDJA. . AYc now contlhte our promispt? extracts from Sir A, Wi-r.i.ETr.EY s Speech. '�^ No reduction!; oiF these estalilti^hrt^ehts can, i� my judgment, bo n ale with safety. '� Vhe total of charge.^ tljerefore for a'futnre peace establishment, incliHiin.3 the charges of 1802-3, aiid adding the civfi and militarj-charges occasioned by treaties of snbsidy, ami by the co:i5e(jacnces of the Muhrafta war, will slaiid (hus- Charges of 1802-'J........................L. 10,^553,834 Additional civil charges, rendef-^d necessary hv treaties of subsidy, pi.'ace, &c. .-----........ .477,320 Additional military charges ....................7ai,t>,)J To;al future charges........................ 11,.-J0,351 The revenues, as before stafid, will be......., 1 l,*iiiS,ll9 Leaving a surplus teyende of ,____... L. "i^S'iS,**;* " From tliis sum must be deducted tlie interest of the debt, as stated in the account, No. 2, page 03, 1,823.010/,; to which sum must bj added the interest on the sum to be borrowed to supply the dc-ficicncy in the year 1805-6, viz. 2,655,057/, being at 10 per cent. 265,595/. ; making the total int�-rest of the dcbtin 1806, 2,08S,6;i5/. : and tiio actual snriilus, after providing for every djiuaiul. will be 7-10,130/, In calculating the surplus, no credit taken for airy auginenta*,ion of revenue beyond 180'2-3 ; althongh it is certain, that some braiic^hes^ sneh as salt and opium, must-be, and hare been al-iv;u!v ftiigniented ; the revenues of the provinces gained by the pi'acewill also produce laorc f lan they hue been esliniated at. Tile actual debt iti^lndia, in April 1805, was, � aceordiiijr to account .\o, I, page hBients, debts not bear- in interest, and demands upon the Company of ev.-ry desenptlon.. "'this debt iTiust ln> added the deficiency of r;>sn;irre, as st;�fed iu page 5>3, foi' the year ISO-'J-O", being 2,655,957/. ; and the total gross debt, on "Jhe 30th April, 1806, will be 30.873,-155/. Fi-or.i this sum ought to hesnbstractcd 3,151,064/. (beiU:'' the amount in possession of the Coumis. siotters for the redemption ofthedcbt, oo tho oOth of April, 1S05), and the balance will give 27,722.301/. for the net debt of India, on the 30th of Aprilj 1S06 ; of which sum,, the amount bearing interest, apptiars to be 1^4,250,82-4/. AVhen this debt, however large, is compared with the us.sets in India, and with th^ value of the ft>rts, houses, waridiou-ses, &c. in India, (valued in No. 23, page 78, at 9,994,208/. all accessary for i-arrying en Government, which had cost money-, ami Avould cost money to the Company's successors, whoever they might be, supposing this traii-iVr of the territory cter to take place), and when to these sums are added the amount of th� Company's claims upon Governmont for money expended in Itidia, oti account of the public, it muv fairly be statert, that Ihc actual vttlue of iiie ufopertj of the Kast India Company id India ex- ;