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Courier (Newspaper) - December 4, 1806, London, Middlesex 'i'lirch-^ld'Be ft^irWti^e* a p^w^ 3VI�1� t^raWia, called li e,itiVclT)�eV fAl^ t:cpM*X. Waclunqfy, Dresses, � ;,!>�' . frice 4i riuc^^itk itYAi;v CO V4iNT^ m\X PttESLNT f yt-niag ^iU be p'eV/ar|rf6.J, * ------Afr; i:iA*v, IJIT. MunJci, �t4�*4sUt�g��>!>ii �rf Ciuards, lulaliy iiui)fi>f{fi^-l^8^Qt'tt�$ nnm(li�'iit)t)^a h.>U, aiii) v/beh r I}, i&uctve4ftti:D AlUBlMt MAhlV la ..deficefedin a furtni^lU^ bj)i�\ ihta, tlttJUtii' jeilff'g ViciualUug Storesiit Dover-i andlv bbpotilfor by Ilillt puj/^ibkyicith Inierent, tjinctifdayH after datti VTi.ti Conitiilons of the. Contract miiy'be seat at ihitJie'freMri)\t>�icij ptik regdfd will tft had tit any TettJer in teliicli Uieyrice iJtttUndl be iiiserttd in mordu at lenglhi or that'sliall nut he dc-Tmtrtd td Jiie Haiirdi ^tforc One o'clock un the suid WeA-Dc'sdayf tAelO/A ('i�/(inf/�pr unlets Uit ^urstmi tulio makes thtt '4\^ndtr, or �(ihje I'criun vti hii bttiulfi uticndnj to auJi JKcr Kitcn cadfdfor/ _ fT^H.^ Commigsioiicrx fot' VMuaiUng Ilis Ma- � JL jenti/^it fk'iwt/do heitbij'give ?iuH'-ri^ thtit j/ftTlmwAly ;^A� Ihi/i inttmty th&tftiliU be readif to receive Tenders jii writing (xeaUd up) and treat nitAsiysA I'dimuus as lui* iflirtdfct! tofariiUh Kiiatevcr-Fllli^llpKliVunajf be required fofl/ie-iise of fiifMaJesti/'ii Ski^nuid Ve^iM-lsat PlymnnUi, XftriTtSv""^ l''^'"Wlft1i (m^rparnie; Va�trai:ti)f Jor tvaihc mb,it,iiif/inm 'Ac l^l oj .ittnujijr jtext, to the .'Jl** u| Dcceiii-Iwrfiilloieinir. iiwtimvs; itmt to ba iiaii foi'; ''bifiiilU pay abletiaVh 'iutayvnl^ ninttif 4ays after tliitfi The Cutfdilium uj the Coulrtwls nuiij be seen at the Scrrc- or fttr|h^#jirt�^'W^-'�l'� J 41,_.,� Ai)i>af TcVervtltsiiMptiMi, lu tlto mmt faihioiiable �urity Y Mr Hyi(t^ji p>j�()scd-ivi Wjn, he pfe^uiia-s torsolicit the i^iirot'^tM'^' \t^ai siicb aii u�si>tant in a getitovl ^()oUi, ]>vr:!Wi itthV'h:i3 'Uei-n iii tue ciiiist:mt habit ut' ii/v.ttriiKVrhi;h^flf^aity^pap;tviit.h t^e greatest snccew ivory ii^�iJ(�a;V(>1t ^j;i*eo;for liteping Ihi-ni in the I ci�(P|�ltL' r.jjdif so us to -t.-�(lcr evi-ry advantage to ivjjlffiicr, y,hii't\ is.n very ci>!ici�ti�l-,thjttg to he undcr-"'i,-U'd wjiici o.iiuvJt Imj iullieicuAy Abteincd but from :n)l tne.Hi-.-:t e.\?ji '"'"nee. 1 ttei> jiaiaJ dir.-ctcJto A. Ji.- P�st-OfliCe,, liofi$,'w>� bi'iimiidvd-to. . , . 'V .AS'*-''* ^^'-^ pViinel- si^Siidu f5>r rPpiirinfftlic erouiid , BfifPi'ju.liv^.flu!: mil of .Jawtar^r^ JBOT.- unIijiT5,-a'ttVei?0n"c^r>". 'Xil, k'icwdilly.' the Sc,Jici�c B/owr.%()T:t"d l-wlU'rv criiiHrts of a J'ri�� of 30,�WJ/. 't 'V.,i)vKl�. S f (U,00i)'. .'i ot ^(VW/. ft ��n,(WV. &c. &r. lUlUOKi: ami fo.'s Ofiscc has been partieularij fortunate iv>iit,.............I..",0^ ......................20,001) a.,.,...":........,....................lo.oM �......� :� Sin tic: &^ T|'AZAT^^,:�irH??K,>�H4 Co. No. 9�, Royal kttie �ai&%i)rt.*.�rv,TMdiLch.4�P�lw'I)*a�.iug Ihfc' I3tl� 3A-Hl^XhYi^t^: l^a fhtTain/ve ii) llirivrii*fert, ?j�.Tiira.|M�e of ao,03oiind No. !?.r-QmsnMnoe()|| aifcoiu]^ryit%their Orders with Rc-Mi.imstiiV'ufbfitrca.toi on the saiue Tis/tmai ifiireseut, " hUti^'n fpoM ^ai4) duly aiis^*ered. .Jfylf'i:t tOTTERY Of FICK, ~^ . ': m ewtto AUiPy, Koyal Exchange. .,. TT i^Mw ^or former favmivs^ IL- iwi\(im^t/^MiS^^(UtkM, at presen'tilhat the Proitrie-i�- Q0^w!�8^f.Mjii) b^i^nUiM the XEW ^*i^S''wl!k:t!^Ri^^)l^ ''^ ^9''*^ hijchly-respected "^ftNfeor aa^whicbVformofiiitudpof, l|^^��e^alled by any ^rmer ojiif,oPsc^f ?^��ly * y-Tasal :to;|ie eooyi *MJ- 'li0�k^^Wd ;Sxi ARKS, (at tiie tii-e�ieS|>>^i^W^IU^^ptf|^' t>'��J^rh;'a^ f'id�]ity/w1iieh Urete and Filtie fiadto any 71w/y t!ie nit'ssurf of tlie times,are di'sirou; ol inoKiiriiij^ tor her ji riitnr atioii as COMl^\^lO^ to a LAO i of grt-iler AlHueiic.;; aru*f iiji she waves- A"Y pwuni iry. Compe/ij.ilioii, it i.s bopeil iioiic liutof kodwn I'espertiibifitv will finswcr this Ailver-tiseiiieiit. AddrL'ss (postjriid) to" A. at .Mexofi. l''oi�rari-jiier and C'o.s, No. sio, Clwring L'toni WANTKD .by an A'i'TOllNKV of ���, sidi-rable Practice in a lar^e I'nAincial T6wn, ARTICLKO CliKUK.-l-clttisitdrireHStiXdMist p-iid) to the Fditor of the ISiruiiiigluiiin ('omuivnui> >i-E.iId, }li>h-!>treet, lUrtningWam, with real num.'s of tlJc I'lirties, will be attended tn. _______ ^iVKOOKSKl-liKRS, STATION HUS,\'iV rfHO- BKDlSPO.iKl> OK, aiifJ may l�- rtiti'.rcd JR unoii imniedi it ly^ an old J.staUl.-shcd coiwcrn in the BOO!vSi;r.Ll-NCi and STATION All V line, rh �*ic of the inoi.t-desinibie situations in the toivitof Plymotrtii, late in the 0reir!):ilin of rvir. Thornan Itiehard-S deei\-i�'d* t or-further partifrirtursapply to Mr. Iliirsf, JSoi .'i!>v t'.itci'drtjierrcow. All (iRFaoiiii if.'deotoi^ to, or-having, demand i>i) the estate rp^5~JKk\! YN^SrllTi^Kf v St. .Iamcs'syl�.iYiiig,'for upwar.ia ot-ten vi'ars pait� mUde it his entire Study, tc. reniicr the i;nltijjg, J)jV-.3iiig,,-iiid vai'ioiig iModesof l)lspos^.^l^ th? IJfAl ii,-tU-? luiisl orflamt>ntc. � . � . ' -'CJcneral SavAryj tft the head of SOO of the firti regiment of hussars, and of the f th cliasscnrs, has di-featcd the Prussian (iencnfl IIusouNstj whom he made a pri.sonerj together with two brigades of iiUKSiirs, two battalions of grenadiers, afid scTcral jneccs of cannon,- ifo.ic Wisinar, on the K:tHic. 'i'iiis division iniMlc part of tiiose corps wliich were pursued by the Grand Diike of Bkrg, the Prince Dt'PoNTE-C'oBvo, and Marshal Souw, andboing cut R'from the Odorand ffoiii Pomcrania, a;)pear-cd to have been drivt^n frorti the coast near Lsi-' bock.  ^ Col. Ex�!Er,ma?ercwith, " The battering-train, See. for thcfskr^ef of Mag-dobnrg, was sent from Dresden and "Wittenberg, _ hy the Klbu. It Ls hoped this place v.'ilf not Iwld out long. Marshal Nly is appointed to direct i]vc ojscratiotTS of tire sieges.'*' POII nH5 GHO WTM \}V H A1 It. IADIESandCJKNTLKMH.V who wish the or. Jiutinentofa FINK HKAI> of II Ainrueedonly make a fair trial of the RUSSIA 01irpii3c the Ru^ia Oil hiws now becoRie. in use by the Royaf Family, and Ladii?); of the fir4 c;ircle. It is. a notfrisher smd improver ti> its growth, pr.'vents itis f.-.l-lin? and is so a preserver and streiigtlieher to thf Hair, ad to prevent it becoming bald or turnint; ^r;''v, to the latest period ; also restoresthe Hair on l):,M pl.nrt."Sevcr:il (ientlenieft, who have been bald fop vea;?, have declared, after ireingthe Rusiiii Oil regularly for three months, bminie nearly covered with hair. It will serve as ;t "u.'MtJtiite for pomatum. It is recommended to I/idies who use dressing iroffi, as it prevents the Ul-etlects oci �s tiiied by their heat.- Price 7.; per bottle, or one rout.tuuiig four small, at a Guinea.-To be had of the Proprietor, ri3l, O.tfov I-.street j and, by appoiatsveiit, of Smith, Perluiner l>> his .Majesty I,lu, New Bond-street; llendriev Perfumer to her Alajcstv, Tichbonii'-ftrcx't} Bajley and Blew, Perfiniiers to their Royal Uigbnesses^the'Prinee and Prinre.-s of, \Valc�, and Duke and Dutelirssof York, Cockspurrsirert: I'iiich'i, .V>u(hampton-,jyuMiat Raetourn, Nortb'-bVidgp, Jldinburgh: Shepherd, Bristol ; Collins, Salisbury : Crutwell, Bath; and most principal Medicine Venders and Perfumers in town and ronntry.-^W. 0.'^Ile RWSSIA Oil. wiUn stare the low of flair oiyllurses, which often pn>ve� a great dbfigur^meiit Mr those va]u.-rMe animals.-Onlers fronl any part of the lloontry, tent by remitting the.muncy in ii )�;tter, dtrected to* Mn PRtNCE, 3J3, Oxford.�tt�et,. London.- * ^: Cautios :-From th�> cek-hrity which the RUSSlXOl** K&s.acquired, a counterfeit lately bsenattemnifd Iji niiiinpijsed un thePublic^whieh,in orJerIhu-moMremtiK to deceive, has the imitation of an Kagleinthe shew-bilL^iid WTappiBri ^hich inclose the bntdrs. Thei'ruiptietonJPUh to . eaMitmlhe Public against tl>i� imposi4ii>n, by ffKuri^-thm . tha(iHMiear�genuine but what havcBlia>�JjffiMli^e wfa^ Denviienedin red ink by the Ptopxtett*^*fW!f^HW^V^*Ky penyiif^edinr andFKiNCE," ....._______Proprietor The label ought to ' " li'iub. ect- iW.......M-: � . ^'.^'.J. ���'�'�. 't'-r.'' .20C.-......�/...IQg.OW t.�OiOOO.- _f -> roiillliliDeterwlrfahtlf.f - coutilfy tissb^eii p^TM'forTriVtoThVpriucipai w'holesAl* ve'iMlers In town ^ho hwe reiectcdit. knt>w�i^i�to be a pdlpaMcmipi^ition, TikVinCAL ISO:i*ICfc;-i'hero U tio dUCMC: lYX IncidaDttP humaHaiiture wbe!fet|ie FvttUtdjW ih^X, K�Srt.anaft^^ really wfah to^P �w4 thrir fellow .lirtitoJjy M wrfl p?0i�9te their. ^rifetcrest, ^^tX. ARMY. � � " nsuMx, NOV. !). " The brigatk of dragoons coinnianded by Gc- iieYitl J3eke:k, appeared this day npoa the parade. [lis Majksty, to shew his sense of the good con- duot of the corps, lundescveral promotions therein. . " A*: corps of 1000 dragoons, which hai' marcii- ed on foot with the army, and was mounted from th!e deput at Potsdam, was reviewed yesterday by Marshal IJkssieiiks ; it was afterwards completely equipped in the best stile-all from the fruits of victory. *' Ilis Majesty has-offered//cort/r//wA'o;t of \ \60 milUo?is^ to bo levied iir the dominion!} of Prus-sis, and ( of her Allies!. " After the capitulation of the Prince of IIoniiNj; toiiF, General Bi.uci!Eit, who was inarching the'^l; saiiHit roiutc, changed the directiyn of iiis proijress,- j and endeavoured to join the column. t�f the Duke of WtrMAii^whichhad previously joined of J'rinco Fki;�krick of BuLT.vswicK OjvLs, son of tha Duke of UuoNSWJCtc. The three corps were.thea cbui-Rtandd'Jby Bti'cuEii-; some smal?corps afterwards joinetl them. For many da^^'S'thc^ivision endea.-roMred to esci�pe4jy-these routes which ivcre as yet is^tu'tiy tliG f^rcnch troops ; but the com-Jilrjeifmovementi^ tif'th^GrandDuUc of iiciio, Mar-; sfial SouMi arnVthe Printaj of PoNTic-Coiivo, cf. fcctually ftastraied'.tW design. At one time the enemy sittempted-to tfiro-W thesisclvcs into Ankv lani, atid ,afterftards( into Itostoek. Checked in these endeavour!! they tried ?ipttttabcV, they took a pbilKiti f at'CrcvisinuIen ; tbe^fiop^ Jje PoNTfi^Cotivo n�ofo tJtShqoO^CaVairy^'wbllo^hcOTiomy were Very ilrotjg .Itr^that respect,'^' GenM?il VAtTtE*, itC thb ttcliofv^ nmde threti'iine djariyes,, sttpjp6r.tej4, by Get)[eral> ^^eVejntJtd'isinaycd by+thc shock o TBMta^a'.cair^sJers,. they, Te^ciT^^^ . kept up' ^rt'ch a coot and well dircctdl fire/, upon the .JisS?iilan�s, tliat they soon retreated.-?-!. This description 0/the French' forcq; acted most successfullyagaiBstthc I*r^ssiaiicavia1ry thro^ighotit the whole pursu.if. The Prussian* lost, sevt'll pieces of cantiori,.and a'fjout.lOODin.en. . " Butj ott tke etenlng of the 4tbj the Grand. i>uke of Ue/ic:, t, uncertain. ^Mjiriih^i Sour/r advtCnccd by Ratzbtrrg, ��d thVPriaeed* Po.tTfe-Corlto by Kcna, Tb^yftiy, from the night ot tlie 5th to that of the 6th, at ScTioenher�|whence Cie^Marshal retired at two o'cTock iDvthe.m'pniiag^ iThc Prince advanced to'Scl�lnkiii>iiJpejr tlieTcave, . and catnc up with a corps of l,do6r Swedes, wlto, at length, thougTit proi'ror to retire Xroia Laucn> !)riKg, in order to ombarfe upotilt&eTnwe. AfetV; 'jvdisGtwt^edltoia juit^^ntii^^^^^ i msctsintdiidVdfoffttii^g&iWiatitt^^^ The Swedes, after a shew ft/ resistance, laiitl down their armf. A coiivoy of .s60�resscls^ which General SatarV had tractKl to Wismar* was attacked in therivcr by the colamn tinder tho Prince de PowTE-CtniTO, and cap^.iyred. . - " In tire'mean time the oncaiy fartified themselves in Lu^ecft. Ma'rshal .Soui-T-.fid?aticed wilfi sucli rapidity, that he arrived" sit the gate of Mullea as T.oou as the Prtnccwas before'tbat of theTravq. The Grand Duke of Beru, with his cavalry, was' between these posts. The enemy endeav^jured., hastily, to strei'igthcn the idd walls �f Liibecfc, and placed some gtios on tltc bastions, hoping, by these means, to gain at least a day upon us, but he was mistakfiii, tlie rf'connoitring and theattacli were almost at the suTJ?eri*;bmc.nt. "Gen. Diidoxr, at the hcwl of f MullonJ In ^rain did theen^ niy attempt to defend the place, in the streets, the squares^ &:c. tjiey were iiriVen back, every, where, ami those piaccs w'crc covered with thd dead! The trt'o divisions' of the French troops,' Avlli^>^f had entered at difierent gates, joined about the" riiiddlc of the town. Scarcely had the Grand Dtikqji'ntered the place than the enemy were put to tli^fit. He pursued them-1000 prisoness, 60 fjicEctf of cannon, several Generals,� great number of officers killed or takcu. Sutk Vr-crc the rcJuUs of this Ijrilliant victory ! " Before day-break on the 7th, the cavalry T'ere mounted, and the Grand-Duke of Btuo surrounded the enemy iiear Schwartau^-with the brigade of IvA.sAr.T.t., and the division of cuirasscrs of Havt-p>Bi!Ti General Bcccues, Prince Fkkderjck of ijR-i;Ws-wt&K.-OELs, and the other Crcucrals, then came forward to the victors,-and desired to capi. tulatc. Tlie Troops wercdefiled.beforc the Fmreli.' army. These two days' work destroyed the last corps which remained of the Prtlssian artny ; beside the TQniai.ider of the artillery, "we hafe a-rtutabcr of standards, and I C,000 prisoners j of whom 4000 arc cavalry.  ': " Thus the Prussian GencraU,- ^ho^ in tke deli. riUni of their vanity, indulged : in* afl'sorts ofo sar- , casms agwn*t the Austruxn Commsndi^Vsy* heve ttfd ftiurth timerGne>red &catustcoph&$t�ul&r4a^ibatof / Ulm.-r-^lirst, in thtttapitulation of t'rTurt^^' the s�i cond, by that of the Prince; IfoHF..NEiOilE^- thirdly, in thereduction of Sltbttin> ftud thefbiirih^ til the rocent.capitulafion of Sch^ftibtatt; Th&city orLu. Seek has suffered consirfe^bly^likofi by assault, it*streyaf iow:a�U b*>'!^''^'A%i' aijBjtfcjjswbtti?!;; h�w boedrc�iillyi9tt]ig it {rV&riou�^dlroctionSv of ue -^ACTotfand'J^liVISp�,.with the27tlrro|^^^ at tjjit:cx>^e{(tc of thdt&niirtry. ",ligbt.l�feotry,'"'lwtd the>�th"of llho llfic.' It'V State is inclose alliance with Prussia, aud w^ '.)i^ir4*y'%jf ^jSt^ar^, afctto'A; thut a xtpniparty some j?frgn;eacawpIfe td thoaa who'seek fo^ alliance witb � j lr-psrfoctty^�^e fronid |iirfiei{ drtms itjpoQ thcnij attd'whicliiniilEtt - ;