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Courier (Newspaper) - July 1, 1806, London, Middlesex f VAirxiiAU.. mO-MblEilibW EV1?NING, July 24,'; .viU be a bttAiiii^GAlAi firmiant Exhit)ltlons�K 1^'I'ubliekre resjieMfutt b�*fullv iofiirwedi thitt owinfflo the, iB-for Galae, Ikt Oai'dcnS can Only be A th the J'/ia Londanv the Test of the Alpha-. bet as teual, in evCTy re-pt^t. li 5^ Adv.anchtg ha;)pil:( ^7S:rAXTEP,"i Youth of goaddUlUtivs and dis-W Witi^ au Ai'PKLNTlCi: b a WHOLESALE W ttKTAl!yBtN3B� DTlAPKltflfiil!: ftnt conwctwn mid siwatio'siin _ . . . v , . vNAVV OFFlCJi, JiineSU, THE Prindphl Ojficeh Unci Cntiimisiionbrs of_ JUi� Majeaj)\^acj do hettby give noUcc, tKit on ftlbn- ' day, the lith uj J my net I, at A ink o'Chckin the Forenoon',' Commimioner Hope tcHl udt Up to Sale iik itU OJRti'i^ Jlh ai , June, J30S.  ,^35RSQJ(is^,7cAo*f'yiHm��^ Phmiums full due are hotbiftitdji tif^-jifi deifvtrcdfit thr, vampang's Ort-cas, overt/ie UomtlKti,Tmngr\ f(AA.iikPaU.^CuW, &�'^UasSi/theiriiipec^ 'UiiSSfgmtr.iM-4SiimerAt^auult^ix^4nul the: Jl^aihVs assured ' itf^ requested *a mitliff^ Pa mti^iitwimf jUklit&ii pir vf hjfii-eihe ^th.*tf.->S\Ay tujrt, f\ /fce vsuitt itftcenDoi/^ itUiiKed for Paumcntilieoond the'Ifutfi-^il'itich Policu\MtUtntn exitire, SAMl/hh FL.NMNti, jdh. Sec. ^iVj Di'Fire PoiinesicUlbei)ntctt'^rceofexi>tnvflo the jls-aured, tohcre the Anhuitt frtmnin amEN, &.C. siluati'dnithe geuti-elfit p�n ot the Town. Iiujuiw at Mr. Ifunters, hnrv; or No.aj^ fttauchestci-street, Mancliester-square, r.)iii(lon. This Day arc pnblisiied, oh'.'jaiitly printed in tiirei; j)oi'kit volumes, prict" los..Ill boards, � O K M S. �y Mr. POLWTIKLE. Printed for T. Cadolfan:rAV.l)!ivi�>s, Strand. Of wliooi may iiafJ� all Mr. Hohvlule's otlirr >\ orkii. Stlfngletni aeesi]jiltcatJionsare daily rcceiverf by Slcfsrs. Luras ajid Co. atJ�o. a, James-litreet, Adelphi, Strand; and lettplrs (po�tpaid|anstv�rgdit^ltliutdPlay.j ,...... BL ACK SA RSS ETS, * BLA6 R ' IN PIA M US LI X S,; BLACK SILKS, and other tine Goods for Moutning,iit No. 53� Oxfordnstrect, the f oner pf Bi-'nieis-strcet. WM; COOPER and Co.,.Wholbale and ite-tailLin^ Drapers, iVspectifully beg leart to ibfurm the Nobrlityaml Gentry, that theylnvaMaWv keen a very sdaywpublialiedj handsomely printed IJy Brillantvncj In �,vOwluine�cniiirto, Willi a fine engtaOiiigj fninita caUital �fainting hy Sir Joshua l;{;cymrtdit( and fac siinites the . Anthot ? hand-wniltist price 'iL I'^.'bd. in olra bdard.'f,' A:N.M;;oaNT of th^ mm arid: jSEATTli;, LL;0. Prole^iorof Mdittt'*5hw�8ofehy ait4 Ldjjlc h� thft Alariseluil Cwjleftcam ^ ^ij^jglty. of Aberdeen, �Ojitdaimg njuiny of hts, jpiigiiu ' 5" Sif, >vijiJ,l rdHBLS, df Plt-fiisD, Ban, , PBintedfof LongmatN llnrsti Hems a[tid,t)i;ilie; CadeJtand Davieij and niurray f and A. Cwnstabk and Co, Edin- bUfKh:.-,- ... � � A few erfpies are iprlntcd on roval paper, with proof iii. .^w" -jf'-: -^'r-r.-'-rj 'j^Jl^ JStl?!^^!!l- , four-post iwd tent Bcdstra'i3,.wi*jftIVisauit" ^c^.*^T^^^ and 6edding,thc Imperial Patent 1)inmglaMcs,anjpo^^^ 4blc^und in pdrtitulanSreUon'i Patent Traf^riai'lc Board and- l>ining Tabli>, with every other Upholstery and Cabinet Branch, mauy of w niw and improved imiifiiples,-and'artvcx'ccui Patent Twfailaar Side r ^rti,cle .ijii'tlie vbith aripii..' ; . f To QFF?CERS and GENTLEJUEN of the'ARMV. -T)|7ANTED to MEisS 'jirKEGlMENT, a T W Mao land hif Wife,.the Woman is a professed G�ok, aiidjhasrivcd,\�ith stinie of tbefiy^t families in.the abtvirc line, . the nia^aliitf. IMS�maiiag teb^eg,i aid is allowed py the Ile-gmieiits that lie lias had the honour'tOnViB not soil Ihc tmcst imen, Is pTfeCfly free from' any Mt^ety.-------------,....... laiifrf tbrpdiuiipal Buotmt]^k?ES, Pcrliimers and Oilmen in tbe'SfctiDpalisi aiidin. every town'throughout the United KibgdcmlB jjtBMB bottles, pfi|^ Is. .fid, each. riutcd dirpct|oiis,,hy E. - Lardfie|[, CUemiStio jh^ Duke and Duchess of Ydi'ki-Wi5..5S, The next Number, being t!ie Fifth, tins Day Was pu.jlishca A BELLE ASSe'uBLLi:  or, BELL'S J COURT and FASIIION.\BLE IMAffAZlNi:, is a verv interesting and splendid ^Vo^ki Ihe i-nibellishnietils arc mthe very first stvie of cxeell^'iirc., The Poiirait J'rnit is the Fifth, of tdc suite from OnsiU'ifs of the ({oval i'Viniily, Viz.-^rhe. .IVincess Augusta, a faitlitul and highly finished ^ Likeness, by Scriveiij afterIho Originjil' Picture by*>ir '^Vil- ; ham Beechey ; also, the T>vo Priiiijot Paahion, which con-tain Four ^\ hr-le-lcnglh Portrait* of the Cosiumcs of the present davi taken from O^iera aiul Full Drer will he correspondent with the prtscfi-tions of those in the pfesent Number. Ni>. 1. containb'theI*ortraUot the Queen. No. K-the Princess of W ale.s. No. y.---Princess i^ophia of C>|oucesfer. No, i.-the Queen of VVurtcmbutg, the PriftcessRoy- al of England. All nftnem very finely ensra,vcd from the Original Picturcaj by htr W illiam Bfcrh'cy.  ; , ' /cENSURA LlTERAiRIA. L This Pay is publisned, price &. tid. No, IX. (being the f First Numb-r of Vol. Ill.^of CENSURTA LITKRAR lA, contauiino; TITLES : and ABSTRAfiTS of scarce BOOKS, .\rlicles of Biography, and other Literary AntiquiticJi partly In imitation of bldy's British Librari.111. (To be continued every other Month.) Printed for Longmart, Hurst, Rccs, and Orme., Paternoster-trow ; and J.; AVhite, Fleet-street. . , - Of whom may be had, the I' irst and Second Vdloines of the  ibovc; -Work:, price lOii bd. each, in boards. Just published, price {18.^10 boardSj the PRE briif but I'NT ilOlJSJ'; of U0MiMO>S, containing briCt but Notices of the Lives, the laindy and Party Con-s.'the Senatorial Character and Conduct, and other print' I'ccralge, BltjGRAinnCAL INDEX to SI correct neetioiis, .... ______......._ u.'^etul and siitist.iciory Particulars rehiitve to all the Members ot the Coimnoiw" Ijoust? of Pari lament i drawn up and pnnlcd as a. t;onii)anii'>ii to the Couct Ralendai-s and the Pot k�it Peerages. .; In an Appendix is given all the Divisions which have taken place on greiit Public QuestiOQ:� during several ieui-s Printcdfor Richard, Phillips, No.-5, Bridgc-street, fruis-and to be had of all Bookseller-..__ Black- A NiiVV CYCLOPDIAJ To be completed in Twelve Months. - This ijay is published iu quarto',' price 9s. PART v. the four hrii parts having iilready appeared, of ANew and Compwidious DICTIOI^ARY of ARTS mid SCIENCES, to be completed within the year, by the publlcattoa of one part on the first day of every subsequent month, the wnole making twelve parts, or two lar^ennd elegant quarto volumes, with one hundred and twenty cdpper-pltttfSi by (i. GREGORY, B.D. Doctor in Philosophy and the Arts, and Hiinorarv MeiAbcr  ot the Imperial Cmyersityot \Vil:ia; iMeni.*,erof the Manchester and ivewoastlc Literary .iii:l Philosophical H'cri?ie-tiei; Uonoriiry Member of the Hoard of Agricultrirc; Ctiaplii:n to the Lord Bishop ot Llandail; Author ot Ls-�avs, iltitorical and Jilaral, the Ecotioniy of .Nature, A'c. A'DIC'i'iON AR i^of AltTS and SC1 ii.N UES in a compendious form, siitticiently copious without bcuig prolix, curate but uot diilu'ie, ittv^sted ot nil supcriluons mat ., The .Tjldge^i cdnlintii^d td ddiireT tliei�^pinioni,dn tije Att-p;i5ii,l; C'rautjir^i vi .Ucina;' from baif-|>ast,twio, till a quarter piiSttlve,wl!ei)itwa�drdcrcdtthai-tlicy Be fdrtherbeiifd oik ThUfi,d:iV Per-. sonlA AFFAIRS- .-: .5 . r. . Lord; MEliVILLE, scefnj the NolJlo Lord whd presides dt tl�e Board of- ContrOii! iU hi.s place, rtJSc to pnt the questioit to liitn} which he aigiiiiicd his iuftj^tidii, ttotrtg d f^Jw days A^o. .i'hcoh-jeotfc of -\thit c.'cisk'd'^He saiitc Governweht'ini Inciia dt prcafeot,' as e.v/istud at th'e time of thc.inuch,ilamcntedt(fisKcd further to be irffo'iih-^ cd, whcllter Sir ireorge Barlow was, to remain at tin; head of that Government; or wlicthcr he was Ofiiv to reiilaiii the teinporary Governor, until ^ successcjr T/as appointxicl, anit �vliether in eftect in- � thnation had uot itlreiidy been sen(: out td htm, that he might soon expect tiic appoiiltiaent and titrival of a sncccs.ior. r Lord MINTQ would add to .what he hatt aU teady ftils\rereA to the Noble Loid's qncstionsj that tliere would be no discontintianee, or sirspciii,; sloii, or ces.sat:ori of the powers of tiover.,iuenc in In'dta. That ?c >�as promulgated at {>alcutfa. Until that time tl^o Governraent would continue as it before ctisted ; whether an^ cliange would titke place with respect^ to the Council, Would depend upon the Court of Directors. Lord MELVILLE could riot say that his mind was made easy by the c.vplanations he had just received from tiie Noble Lord. lie had read more than once^ the importartt dispatches which appeared iu the last Gazette, respecting the stite of our Lidia ailair.s, and it was impossible for hinl to di.s-miss the anxiety ho felt at flaur nnsettled and pre-Ciirious condition. Matters of the utmost tmport- rrniE^cai JAPAN X DAY and'MAJJTlN. r^H^LTENIIAM SALTS, prepared from I V>' FOTirERdlLL'g CllETSUCAL ANALYSIS of rpi^O ELEai F.iS*V^' of GHliEK G RAMMAR, JL With Notcb'for the Uscof thuse-who have made some progress in the laiigU.ige. *^ . By R. VALPY, D.D. F.A.S. ' tondoni Soldby Richardson, Rivuigtons, La*, Longman, iLuiiD, Lackington, &c. . From the.little advantage whicli the .Greek Graniiiiars pviblished ill England have derived from the discovericb of IlemBtfrbuis, Valckenaer, Ruhnken, Leimep, &e. it is not, tarprising that the generality of these productions have been' held 111 low (estimation by sound Setiolars, both here and oia the Continent. This reproach, we trust, will sooa be wip'Jd away, and the Work-before us aotkorises this e.vpcctation; M 'The rules arc expressed with admirable conciseness and exactness. The excellence Of the Notes, and the nature of the sabjects to which thwy relate, excite oiir wkhes that the learned'Author, had allowed himself aiiipl*; scope. The .�lypogTaphical execution of tlie Work is clear, eiegatit, and correct. \\e Congratulate our youth,: and all competent JClassicat Instruetoni on possessing at last such a Grammar . of the noblcit Language ever used by mortals* as will meet tlietr wauis and their wishes."-Eclectic Review. * � � Whrremavbcbadby thesanie. The Elements oinpletc view of tlie arts arid sciences may how-everbe exTiibited onasjfiaHirscale than is usually attempted, w!_U be obvious, if we consider that the Cycjo.p-.ediaiit Chamber.? was originally coninri'Jcd iri two volumes'folio lai4;e and open printing; thaf'tlie fiiif edition of the Encv-clopsedia Bnt.iuniea c.\tciidcd only to three thin volnmes quarto; and ttiat many exccBent wor.'LS ot a kind, and uot of.a greater extent have been publislied ih foreign countries, 'llie retrenchment also ot many .SHpcrfiitous'and useless articles, which haye latterly taund their way into biiaks ot this description, will evidently cause a coiisideralile reduction in point ofsi'/.e, without in reality- impairing the intrinsic value and general utility of the worK. tihould, liicrctre,.tho execution not disappoint th.cliopes and e.vpcctations ot triose wlio have proiected the New l)iO-tionarv of Arts and Seiencea� the followingiare the iimUcdl-ate adv.iutages which ,they tnwt tlicy niayiwith reason and modesty promise to its piirchasei's. -, Fii-st, It will exhibit a compendium of- all hUman-knowledge, themore luminous became cleared of all fxtraneofiis matter: rather practical than speculative: afidfjirwloch particular attention will be paid to tlie most useful branches. Second, It will beof a convenient and comparatively portable Sr/,e, calculated 10 he on the tableotevery studious person, os'�.boufc of constant reference; Third, It Will be prmtcil so'as to correspond with the quarto editions of'I)r, Johnson's Dictionary ; and fhepos-tieseors of both works will thus have, in tour .qu irto volumes, uiid at a moderate expnicc, all the literary aid which the English studciit or re.i.icr can possibly require; ' ifhc work i*ill be iu'juTv printed in a new and elegant brevier type, cast cxprcAjly for this purpose, OBSiincrtiue\elioiv wove'paper. The coppot-plates are eegraved cliwllv tVom original drawings, bv the first artists, and equal any plates ' ever given to tlic pnblic in a work of th:s nature; a*nd those referred to 111 each part ore legularty done up with the corresponding letter-irre^s. Printed for Riciiatd Phillips, No.-6, Bridge--street,Blnck-friars: ami sold by all booksellers and dealers, in books, to whom orders are reqnested to he given as early as posi�fhle. F'roni the Honourable and Right Reverend tlje Lord Bish"()p' Of CARLISLE* to Mr. CWING, Apothecary, Cheap-side, London. SlH, IREADILY embrace the opportunity yoir Letter aifords nie, of adding my testimony tp that of the LORD CHIEF BARON, in favour of yimr CHlNtJ's worm Mediciite; my eldest Son having U: few months ugu derived very material beiietit from the use of it.- He hud betui unwell for scveifal i4:eek� previmis to bis taking it, apiijcared pale Olid emaciated, was langmdj- and compbttned frequently Ofpaihs in bis head ami side; The Lord (vhief Baron, wlio hod accideutalty seen hibi in that state, foriuiKitely re-coqimeuded (o me tlie trial of your Lozenjf,^ ^ tttij t|,,t no time might' be lost,v or any mistake occur in olitBining the i^^uine Medicine, se)it uie three doses of it.,;: The fiist-'of these occaiiiuiied a visibleameiulmciitv and after the iiecoud dose every unpteasaiit syniptdm disnppear(Hl,''bllt t-judgitd it London street. land getifilnbstale.' BlCi Rkh+wl K, bpii^ nppoiiitcd side i^V^jjlesale ,_hcm m their ButIirN63;4(:i)bi'*_-. , ^ , . ARCrt,ql|.v'boJl�'lMU' 9fii'g ;>; WafOtnmp.Wi (he nime, 'i'hehev. W. I)�rcluy," ^ ,%A,VmVV^ Apeiitt" the Proprietors, , I ' 5* Bccltord-iitieoti Cuvint-gurden, trcat� tlienV historically; iiiii'nit7(ti'notiit gots'fortfi >wili)*t > Pnsuiw. 'ntlesarepn>ui;ie by Common-Liiw �uid by Custoihj Hi.w ?^S#l^vffifa^c^s>^herem 1 have the �tU-fiictlonta alure y6tt, tliey lh>ve miitorinly lj.'en of great '^tr-*tcr iMghttou fliutft-oititheiUuTOOftheetVct produced H Bitr"* Sou*� Cas.', I aplfTBbend hi� lom-pK to haV^ ari�ei( fro^^ an olwtrmtioii betMtco tlie sM- ance were mMccidcd hi that country, and treaties of moment yet depending ; yet it appeared we were absolutely without any stable Goveramerft, qualified to nt'goeiate .-ind conclude. Under that impression, ke .should on Friday next submit a motion upon these points to tlicir Lordships,, whicli e hat! iittimated his intention Of making, should the Noble Lord's answer to Jus question prove un-s-jft.sfaetory�' rhe House rfv-xt resolted itself:into a Committed of Privileges, when strangers were, as' usual, �r^ dered to.withdraw. O'a oiir being re-admitted, we found the following pHbhcBdls-the Thread Lj.ce Mailufacture Bill, the Philantbropic tJocie-ties, and., Receiver-General's Regulation BiRs, brought up from the Comiuons,each of which Mas read a first thnc, and ordered for a second "read--iiig.-Adjoiuined^ m Mr. HOBHOUSKtheii rojCf (Opostmme the secodd rcadv fngof the Nabob of Arcat Crednors' Bill. This liedW, iu conscflueuce ot tlie 'lYainiiig B*ll bcinj^likelv to occupy the. attention of the Houstt for the nti^ht, and also ou uci'ouSit of tlie aSsencc of some Gclitlcmcn, who might wish tonl�liver their sentiments upon lU He. therefiire iuuv�d, that the sc-co|id reading be deferred to Friday next; Mr; FRANCIS wished tq�skt6e Hon. Gentleman iiiwhiit scate tlte tionmiissioners examine tin !Jebt>' wo"uld beleft^ supposing thopre^ni Bill- were/not to pas-s iu' this Session; whether they ^yoiflt^ cxccdte the duty entrusted to them, or leave It�� .vtd^M duo"? Mr; HOB no US 1: replied, tlmtthousli the Bill had li'-eit hitherto unavoidably po.5tplOiiod, yet still therewa-; iiinp rnougU in the pri'sent Sisston for pjtssing it. Shoiil.l ii hnvr-ever be found expedient londeferit btyond the present !ii'v..;�i.y the Coimuissioners would then think it their (Iulvt-.> tiW-hr what was to 1k^ dune, and lie hoped in tli:it case to Irv r.l,;c to give the IIoi^N: uirtlie satisf.ictioiithatlav in hispuuer re-ipectuijif the question t)f the Hommrabk Member.. EMBANKMENT AT i�L\xMOUTH. Lord IlOWlOK then rose to obscrvev-thutj souu after he SrtcceediHt! to the olfice wbieb'he iiOw held, repi'vsi'ittuioi >� had Ween wade to bun, t hat such embankments liad beeu ma e in C,atwateif at Plvimmth, as to eiidaii^-r the safety of 1 is Miijcsty'sJsavv. lucoiis���ioemtsof this,bc had cominis,.. oned Afcssrs. Reiinhj aud \\ hitbv, Engineei-s, to evanijihui.. t!> the ftature of thc^e tunbunkmcnts. ^rhcy had prepinvd aiui I 'tr.insiniited to him (no Reports, which'in agn>,it dcgnc \ confirmed .the representation* arblch he had receives^, ij^v w iShi'iU theroftire, that one of the Reports, and an o.vtrut fnnuthe othervsbo'.ild belaid befoi-e the Home,-aad thai > Comniiltee.should bi' atierwurds appoiflted to exaniiue iiVhat had bivn alreadv done u� .totiifsMJ enibunkuirntis, ami tVheihcr it !vhiu tUe Cominiesimieni of the .Vdmir.ulty. ami wiifiout obtaii;ii tlifeir permission. He tlien mov(>d, that there be l'