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Courier (Newspaper) - June 10, 1806, London, Middlesex rC7�5i)/ir, jfUNE 10, 1806. f RtCt The last Ninht, of the Company's perfurniiiitr this .Season. THIS PRESKNT EVENING ilieir M;>je�tieV THrscHoot. TrtR st-'AwnrAi;. In Afl in. a Sonu bv Mr. biKiiuni. In thecc>\�rsenf ths Eveninjr, Mf- pitzsinmions wi 1 siiig " The 'J'hofi�,"ainl a livouritP t>a"ce liy Mrs.'Sfiarii.' .With HIGH 1.1 FI- DE ath of LORD Mr. WEST'S FICTiyi^^�rOie MR WEST fespeflfuilv inforfps thft "Lovers of the iMiie Arts, that althoiieh.the ....... It will rem �tf the at, his Imuse be S^th;s= per.... Who wish -to 1 -.ome Si bsc.ihers.'or h^ve entered t!:e.r Kamev as ^swcl . Ill mft't^S "'^^S^'' ins'aPt. when .t Cllb^ removed to Mr. iWs. for the purpose oi being en. 'graved. _^_ !v> t^er is iHtuled too Ireehold Kstaie in Tee Simple, on 1 he death oart of *"it fira ruspeitiiblefyitabhshrofnt ni tir MetcHiitile, Whole, sale, or MartutatluniK^ line, with any iVJ^n cf ^'^rtune' wito-may vvjsh to* retire frAm business.inrf'^eahse lira property, otiierwisetdtaltcit irtthe way f>fniortgii;eis iifcurid' for the sum agreed upon to be paid to the person relirinKi .Viid fo re-c.-eive c per cent interest, per annum, on the s-iid snm till tlic liealh of tlie-psrson in posscssion-of the listate. when it wvou!J be sold to pav the princiiwl of the dehr incurred,- Letters, (p"St paid) addressed to A. H. at Mr. l^ancers,'I-aw Stationer, Holborn, corner of ^urllivals Inn, wtM be receiv-eridnd'dnjy attended ra. . Y-^'ARTONY's highest flavouretl COWSLIP'CON-' V> ,00 TKA, suld exclusively at H.VRP ER's old esta-,t4liihe-l W rehousfc. No. )4, Str^/iid, late Cartony, Boys, and ilaruet; ir is pa.rticularlvTccttnunend, and patronised hy the .Nobility and Genic*' for its peculiar ricJiness, antliis >;reat additj'iB tf the Flayoufof ot):er He also begs tc? re-comiii�nJ his finest I'eas of .t!1 other sorts, Cotti;'./.{v thu i^ih 'ihtitnexfy they will Le rc.idy lo, rteni'e Teiidrrs in ii'rithit; ap), /'�' i^fi' JlunHlilies t'lt /il/alfiHZ ilhcril tUn of Stav.s :.-Crovvn IJaniiic |'IPE; URAN*0 and HOGS-IlKAO STAVI-S , Uratlc iJsnfiic, Haijjbru', Steiiin, and Quebec I'lPli STAVl'Si as .tie mipegtijiif' (.'frnit ii>/:v may mutip>al'siah tttnaf uilleo)ili-i(rt fa'dctii'tr inl'irtix Uictnittlhig Stuitiat l:ett/,i:ia>iilzic i-u-gt/j(iiill, or Twi'-iy-Jht. Tljpuuid ^facic DuHti'c, Jt^uiira', Atellin, or lliieUc I'ipe Stiifft, iuiUir ad/aJlted. No ycf^.irdivillie hid to anv Ti'nder !h rvb'cK t'^t Pric; fhutt nil bf inserted ii tunrdi at leneth^ or tbjt \t!,ii'l nnt he afii-j'/ ^l t" the li-j.nd Ufore Une o'Ctsck on the idU J'ridap theialh.tif June �ekt, nor unlets tde Jmrsonwlta maket ihe le'idei, ot iome Jenon an his tithulf; attends, 'to amiuer tuhen ral.'nd far, EXCHh^VEM BILL OftiCi:, June 6, .i8.j6. . Aim when ownais dated iittbr Month of July, igoc, 11) UK PAID PKK THE Lari/s Cd/MiissiWfrf ^ Iirs Maj'Sty't Treasury havmg given Oireclioit*- for faying njr ihf pnucipal of the ahavemeHtivm^l F.xcbequsr Bills, with th( liHirat lljeifO'if at the Exchequer ISiil O^ce In the Ihaii-t ef Exchfq.Ki, i^iw I'Jace 7,tid, If'eslDtinsttif HrSaturday^ llJi 2!S-7j d^iy d.ty o/ jun>^ lSo6, inclusive,, i^heu the Interest ivillceaK ; and tit^ are desired to. �write their names and places of abode an such Lists, andtnjnrse their n.tinet on tocsaid Bills. If any . in boards, lheSec;nd Eili'ion, of M-IOUGHTS up.^n DOMKSTI^e or PRIVATE i-nUCA.TION. . / Sold hv I.ont'man. Hurst, Roes, and Orme.-'l'rf'i-fnosier-row ; and W. 1^ and ]. Riciardson, Koval ExclianKe,_ T ; , IRELAND. ' in the Press, and speedily will be published, in Oneetcrant Voliiiii:;,'Qujrtc, ill 'Siratcd wi-li iiuiii-roj:. Pl^rc., ^.rice �|'wa (;�ini-a'i intioard;., THK STRANGER in I^^'EUAND 5 or, TRA-VI-. l.S in.ilTit Country, caiw-.f, the -lutu i-\ and VVm-ttr Ol the :)ear 180;. � � fiv JOHN CARR, VM-Author rif the Stranger in rr^nce, the Worlhern .^uinmer, i mentioning lur aimunt at the botf.m iheir Jt'nis, deiiv^ed on or Ufoie the ii.t/ c,/' J une, in'laul. Jiepossesies over e^cry other person in this line of busini^ss, iinit dvgre; of pfrfection to which, by irxiefa-liiiable attention anct >rnlimified eKpence, lie has brought his AiamifaCtory, whilethVy a(fi)rd him an opportunity ofofK-ring �to thr Public a vuiiely of Goods, supe'icr in wyt-ry respect to thobc of any other per.soii, and rentier all eoippfntion fruit, lesi, also enablii'hihi to accoiv.niodatn the Public either in the Wholesale,, Retail, or Ex;M.�ttiai4e, upon terms.more moderate thsn can possibi/ be aiii;rdi;:d by any other HouiC inthe MetropofK. �'' ' ' ^ DEVONSHIRE.' TARTICI.'LARS of an >.S lATH called HOLCOMB IJURNELI. CO TTaGE, *T^Q be LET for a Terin of three, sevens four. X teeh, or twcr.ty-one viirs, at the rent of ,130!. a year, the Liindlotd payiny lind tax ;jni1 poor-r.ites. Tlie pre-J1li^4sco|^s�5ty.^ a dwelling house and out-tjuiliiirws, and.i7_ eiosS' of land, cuntatfiiet:, in !l;e wMole, about 116 acres of jneadow- arable, and pas nte land, including the orchards, ' Avdii-l) c niain about fcvcnacie-, and the friiit-rrecspnwhii h ar-j H( w ill iheir ptiiire. f [./k'oinb' liu'iiclf Cof(ai;e In situ-aied a!'out li.yeniilfs VVest.fif txeter, and lies ^about half a.. i:\ile Ir ir. tlie turnpikcr-r' an leailinK frnrn Hxeter to M-rten-hanipstead, in a most hf/iurilul, roinant'C,'and line sportini; Coi;ii'ry. T"l;e ii' use is a uiiKierau- siz^^d oldoak builiiiii);, wiH; a st-iuaic er,cl>'i'. f :ra.-yard, or courtlaKC, a.Rood barn, hlubliiK, CiSA-sralii, lii-,^i;n-.s, a "el! o! remarkable line water, ai d rco:i> foi cvfi) coiivciiienc-e that l;e ^vished tor ,v Oci\;le;tian Ha/iner; and the l.nids lie chtiiely eompaJt, within a rinxlehce, and surroundiuR tltc coiraee, but without ihe iiv-'il-uprKin of' patlivays, t'lads, *> other incoiU'eni'^'.Cies g I'.v-rvll) atiacherl to v.ronmis. this listate is caijable of );ic:it iinpiovenient, and iniy b^ ccniidtrpd, Avithont ex-c.'i li'jis a;! one ot liie inost dt;li.sjl\lli!l sp ts in I'li^'and, whcrr' a retired ceuivliy li'� is nil oiij-.-ci, -ind wber^-, by hein^  , eoMiiy;iioiis to e*\uci'ent ai.d'ch. :'p Maikt-t �i'owiis, tiie eiiptjiice .ot liuiiij;. i.-. tx'.Uv-nicly ,ni..dii:ile. 'Ihe lide to an. huiiT, E*e.ltr is veryd.i'ii^!, ard Imm whence the Views ot the vales, hills, wooMs, 111." river ! x, Gentleineiv's hoiis�, ;ic. foitn vareivit "I, piitiiies(p:e, and bcaiitilul lai-clscan'-s. .a smalt tiout Mrciin runs viiti.ii, nnd .it tiie Jtoot of '.le.sroui.ds, and ihe lai>;e liver Toiga is not rii re t.'ian two milfS distant, where 'Ij're is the hnest hsiiin';; in the country f ^r .-ahiion, trour, aid kinrfs ot hsh. Came ot every (icscripti.'.n is very pleniiru!, a;'d sporting; may be Ic.'liowi.a wiihout iiirerru:>'i.Mi. ^'o^sf^^lon may he had at iiicliaelmas next,.or iiiiinediafoly it d/Micd ; and tl:e pr.:icnt CKjps taken, ;it a fair, p ice A 'plan ot the l-.stai;.- lU'y be r.-en, aii;i evfry ijil\pri)ait.ouIar, at. h') 21, Pad nuiM ; ftie.-srs. Cioper and Lowj, S hc'.tors, S utliampli-ii-hniUl-�n>;s, thaiiLcry-lune'; tjr ot Mr. Cove, Cusllc stiect, .Exeter. � ,� � .: � lt\Yl.l-.\"s I'ATl'.NT ULALKFnu CAKliH, ~ "^Trn-IICH have maintained an acknowledged .VV Sup-Tior.ty tor more than T liirty Years, coiitum.- to be Seld by.havlcy .ir.d idew. No. 5, i-oclvipur-street, Lon-tion, price Sixiiei.cenicli. Gentiemcii who do 11, t think fh's niark'nj? tnakcs thetr lloois sihiiiesmficieiitly, are lespectfullv intoririedj that it t!ie Cake IS diS'i.olvrd in Vinegar in.>tiad '-t Water, it w-ll produce a Lustre cmial to Japan ; but Jt i.i necessa'v to obsTv j, that Vine);ar is LXtrenieiy injurious to th-; l.ea.'nor, and no-prives th'.s 1. lachiiiR ot one ot its most valuibe t'roi>erti"S, �VIZ. 1 hat of keepinc; the l.eaiher suit sj|d plr.ipt, and pre-veijting It from CrackiiiR.- I he s.ime elt ck-m iv heproitucrd , by mixing Vitriol wnb the Water, but the injiiiy to the -J.either will be still Rieater. 'lo prevent Counterleits, the Ihl's of I^ireflions are sijned as below, which a|)pcars on the ouisiHe ot eich Cake. � \y. RAY 1.CY Tiom the Hoiieurjible and lii^ht ItcvL-rend the Lntd I'lSh mj otCA-ULlSLE, to Mr. CHING, Apctntcary, Ciieap-side, London. i IREADILY embrace the cpportuntty your Letter attrrrds'me, otaddlnn my icstuiiony r.> that ot Die LOK l> eHIi-.l-.IJAHO'N, tntav9nrot \otir CHlNG's Wnriii Mc-� ntlis ai�o derived vtiy '.njatenal benefit Jrom the u.,o ot tt. He !fad bjeiV unwell tor several wt-eVs previous to. h.istakini; it, ap icared pale and empcuiedv was -lanRnnl, andcinphiiiifi -frequentlv of . p.ijins^U his bead ai.d side.. The Lord Chiet JJ.iron. 'who lad'accideiitalTy  seen him in this state, lorti'n-itcly re-;, commended ,toi,;m?.the trwl-ct .your Lozenges ; an. 1 that Dojiine might .be, lost, or any mistake occur in �obia'tiinK the sjenuineMt'ff^^'i^e, sent in-thrre closesofit. The first ot these occasinneil a visible ;:meiidmeiit, and alter the'sccinid dose c/ety unpleasant symptom ihe nature of the elftct pro-. v-lieansule, corner of Paternastor-row, in Roxesat e�. Od and 9'L } aiiUtbt thantttble I'uipooes, in Buies.ntaj.. each. ofiui.e, l8o6, a/id tff'// dte'Jelip&e^ (utSufiday S\s\y and the foll-JU.''''igOay'. N. B. All Exch�!�juei' iJills datftl pi-ior to .lul., 1805, liave been j^dvertiiicd t>> be^�i�loU^ anil the 1 iitsrest iliereon has^cease^. [ y. �'�� -'^v' " - ' ' � . -HBVJXY'*,.lC.aiiMi.^TKy, , .. In a few D.iys will be puMished, anew Hilition, btin? the yourth, tmich enlargeil, ami illustrated Plutcs, price lis. hiwrds, ^ AN EPITiPME of CHEMIS^'Ry, tn Three �p,irti5. -Part J. Intended to faciUtaiiB the flcqiu i. limt.of Chemical K'ijowlcdgeby minute Iiwtru.'ilions for the perfotmance of linperiments.-Part 11. Directions for the Aiialysisof Mineriii Waters of Earths a id Stones ; of (^rej of iV^erN ; aiidtvf .vlinerilBodi-:s ii gcii.-r.Hl.-Part III. 'or applybig Cnemlcal Tests anil Rc-aj..{ents to v.i-tioususoiul purposes. By WTLUAM HENRY. Printed for 3N of the INHt A DiRE(:TOR. llimc; rnval 4*0. 1'h:ns to I'-.J Picrte"-, and the visual Cosircnts. a British Subji'ds pcsses^-inir I'oreiKu Orders ot Kn!ghtho"d . Lcni'.o ' : I iint.-'d f'-.r lubrishe'l, pv'ce js. .A DISPASSIONATE INQUIRY into the best rX. MEANSr:fNAT|ON.VL safety. . , liy J.-POWLKS, Esq,  'Printed tor 1. Hatchard, Pookscller to h^-r Alaifsty, No, 191, i'iccidiHy ; Messrs. Pivinglohs, :".t. Paul's Clinrcli-yaul ; Messfj. Richardsoiis, Exchange; and Sael a'.d Co Siraiut. . . - .Of whom imy be, the ^ther Publications of Mr.,J. Boivlcs. . ,. ,.... 'fh^dav is published, price TS.fid. QPjSERVATIONS on the CHARACTER and PRESENF ST.\tk of the MILITARY FORCE of C; RE .at URITAIN: Partofthis pubPc-ition appeared in a pei-iodical� publicali,)n, and was noticed.hy,Mr. sv imi-hairi m h's Speech on the Oefoi ce cif the CounTy, of which the Publisbei's b-g'leSve to sui^joiii the bllinvinj, extract : - Op Wedricsfiay. next will be puhrlithed, iii One VoKsina . Quarto, with Engravings after Drawinijs by the Author, irice 2l. as. in boards, E' SSAYS on the ANATOMY of E^^PRESSION I -ill HAINTllMi;:. . By CHARLES PELL. Contaiirng.-r. (if the Uses of Anatoinv to the Painter. OftheStiidyof Antiijue, and of the Ac.ideiiiy Fig'ire. 2. Of TheSkiiVl. Of the Oistinilions of i.:ha'a4lvr in dir. fetent Ages. Comparison of ihe Antiipie with Natural Cha- : 'r.iCli-r. �"'.;. ^ ,, � 3 :ind 4. f>* theMiisrles of the face, in Manand Aiiim.ils. 5. Of tM*- Expression of Piissin as illustra:fd by a Corn-par is'"ii of the Muscle> ot the Face in Ma'i :ind Annuals. - Of t' 0 filiisi las pfcnli'ar to Man, and their hfltscts in beatowing Human ^?xpl�e>^ion. . " 6. ('ftheiinl'viihial Passion*. .*\nd of the Af^ioh cfthe Musi lesexprvs-iveoi thesel'ass'oos. ^ 7. (ieiieral View of the Ceonoiny o*" the Ihiman P.ody as if re-ates to Fixpeessinn in I'aiirin'. *f* Tile Snbjifcls ;'r� illnstrattii hv Sketchei of the R ws, ami of the lornis of tlie Hea.f. Of The .Muscles. Of the Lsp'essionoftliJ Face ill tlus^vc^al Passions, &c.' Printed.tor Loiv^inan, Hutsr, Recs, and (:>rine. Paternoster-row. , '1 hisdav is piib!isheh,� . In Twelve ^laloenes. Vilg. /ElV; 1 I. 274. . . .  Canil. I'ccin LXXX. .\lilr. l':r. Lost, P -1 Y. 77. ctne i. VillUin Miller, Albemarle street. Als". latelv pubiishcfl, printeve, the third fcihtjon, trice (�)'�. AiiFSSAVon the ART OF INGENIOUSLY TOR-MEN IING. withprop.-r Rules tor the of that snitismcnt;n; a Cat tormenting a Mouse. This Hay is piihlish-d, bciu'ilully punted bv lUihiier. tin-fellisbed w;th Sixty tiigravings. �i. two large yoluincs royal quarto, price tight I.iiimms hi hoards, and a fe>v. C opicaon Imperial Paper, with Provfrjates,' Price E'leven Girincas in br-a ds, npHE PROGRESS of ARCHBISHOP RALD. X \VlN throuf-li WALES, on the .Service of tiie Hoiv Cress, A. D iiUS, nntl. the Deocripiion ol VVale.s, wtittei t" Latin by (.iraldus d--- IVirri, translated into English, awl illustiaWd with Maps, Vi;ws, and Annotations, by Sir RICHARD COL'P HOARlv.Kart. Volume the First coit^iins a coidops.Life of Giraldii.s, and an IiitriidfiitUo'i to the History of Wate*. in which the Irjv.i-sionsot {iir small Maps, and 14 I'lates,.by Bssire. . Volume the Secoiul cont.nns the becond Book of the I tt-ncrMCV, and^he Description of Wales in two b oksby Gi-raldtis ; a Supplcinent, in which the places omitted by hun are described ; and an l,>say ou.Uniish Arcluteiiliire, in which its prrtgressive hislotyis traced an so easy and perspi. ctious a ma-iner, that by the assistance ot theanncXctt plates, the knowludireof its piinciplesand formation may beacquir. ed witli cerishitT, and withont diftlcHilry. ."^ List of Pubii> citu^ns (claiinf;t'.' Wales is^actded to tins Volume.>vhlchcoii-tains'j/Vicws of castles, aboics, &c. by Mr, Bytue j one .Uirge map, and IP plii'^M, by Basire.' ^  t'liblisiieil by-William .Mill#, Alhfinarlc^street. A Isrt printed in two sliles, uniformly with the abbvei ths ori)!iiian,aiinj large papsr, price three guuKa* j sniaUpap'cr, twoi;iiReS5in1>:aj-.ds. . professing to b;a .summary o'"th')se opinions, which hihoself �nTORV' OP KKGL.-Vf/l). Tills day is puhl'shed, elejanrly printed in one Vo/ame ttuodi'cii'io, ailoiried with ihirty-tvio head* 6i' the Kin^s, . cniiravedon copper pl.oe, and a striking reprjsenraticai of an Ancifnt Tournament, price 4s. heib Engravings. Price 8s. bouni in cu- , loiirci! baper.. " 'fhese Fables are bettercalculatcd to exci-e the atteniiin ot Childrffn, ro.ihiusr and iostiud them, than anv we have ever perused. We recommend them without reserve."- British Clitic for November. . Seealso Critical Review, General Review, Anti-Jacobiri, � European, )S:c-. ic. &c. Thcciily HlSrORV ot GREAT URl .-MIN, troin the Revolution to the present I line. This day is.publishetl with numerous and extensive co-r'-c-tioiis bv the Author, a new Edivf n, primed ii> twelve volumes,-ocl-.tvo, uniiormly-wiih the History of Mr. Hume, j.-rice Five Guineas 111 boards, or any two volumes sepa-lately, pricft boards, 'T'^HE HISTORY of GREAT BRI'l'AIN, from X the Revr.liiuon m i6SS^(w))cn Hume's History terim-nates) to the Peace ef .�\nuen^ tn i8:iii iivWlLLlAM KEl.SHAM. Esq. Independently of the acknr^-rvlcdged m-.'r:t or .Vlr.Pelsham's Hiitory !�s a Work of unquebtsonablc ti:l.-lity, it claims espj;-cial notice of tlie public, as hein^ the only History ot Enc-^ land bya sii^gle writer, wlrch continues Uv; History ot Mr. lliime, with un form spirit and ahiliiy, to the present tune. Various have heentht expeilients td complete the series of oi'ir Natioiial Hibtory ; Smollett's general woik has been gaibled and mutilitsd, with a view ti supidy a continuation ot Hume, to thir death ot Gorge the Second; but thenar-tiality anrfiJlefeits ofhin 'llettas an Hiatonan have long bten a jiusV.suhJe4l ot complaint, and such a work as ;Vr. Bel-sham's has,'for many years, been among the principal literary. dis:deiatat . Person-s, however, who are adluiUv pc-ssessed both of Hume and Sinollett, iriay purchase se.arateiy tsir. tic^-sham's HUtory or tbe Ueign i>t (.er.rge the Phird, i;i eight volumes, and ihiis complete their*series to the Peace of Alnien-^;or thoae who are possess(;^d of Mr. Hume's History onlv, may, by the purchase of Mr. Helahani's enrire Work, comiilete an uninterrupted and uniform series ot our History, from the eailiest records to the present time. Printed tor Richard Piiillips, No.6, Prid..;e-striet, Black-fiinrs ; soldbv J. Arclwr, I.>ublin ; Iv. Baltour, tdinbiirgh; lliashand Ittirl, Glasgow ! Sullivan and West, Cork j and other L'ooksclUrs. Of v.horti jTiiy h? InS; The No t';"rn; 01, Tra-eU_ ri.wid ihe Daitic ; by tiie ^a!ne Xuthor, price Two f .ninei). in b iird., ~ ~ M�>. TEiWl'LE'* tCTv7~i\n) V1-L. [ ~~ This Dav iw,bv'Mr. .Sid(!c;is ; in 3 V'l Is, .A 1' IU' U I. rt K .s v .S I E V1 01 uT O (J I^Ta"? H y. ' . This Day IS ptiblislied, ?. con-l hditvjn, cn-I pge.l and improv,-d, Mliistrated with upwards- of m\jy b-a,ilitrl en;;rrfvitii;s, repiesentiiig ,t:e l)rt!s>?3. Customs, an ; Habiip.ti -ns of all .Nati ,ns, �itK inime/oUS Maps, &c. liiiceio-'. 6d. b 'iiiid, , GEOGRAPHY on a POPULAR PLAN, fct the 0 .E OF SCHO.,.'L:i and YOliNG PERSONS containing ali the intercstirig and amus'iv.; fe ;tures bf Cec-g>ap!)ic.d -nr;e, aij.l c:ilcu!ar>rd tJ cci.yey hiitruflion by llie ns of the st.-ik: g and pLMSin^; a s ciiti .115 produced bV the jieculiar-manners, cusionis, ai\H cluiact nstics of aii naiions aiul ccuiilries. Hy the Rev. .1; goi.d nvet atiei'iron, anil m liivtarn ili^i'r 'aacinating c'la-lacier fir which.the Science of (.;co,rapl!v'ha* higher claims thaii a'.y u'MPi britjicli ot ,r..i o.vl iige. . 'Ihs cunteht.s ot t:'is voliiHieae con couently rvniiercj n.ore intefesting than a-e, ifithaps, th.jse ot' aiii' cth-'r work of eqoal s=z: in the.Fnf,-ish Language j and the eP'..;t. 0.1 the ia;i-ds ot yoimg perso s i,i,'s, prce 6s. haU ."-J^diid, iRN ; of'i Ten Amusing ['liO.V^ for CHILDKE.N^ ct tioth Se\es ; e,^c'l'ill.i^;ra^ed witii jcolaured i'n.'zrdving. By the .^iiihoiess of ' Summer .Kambhrs,'-' Phe Ketl ajtii I l:ck licok,' .Vc. &c. Printed for T.ibsrt and Co. ar iliv.-Juv=nileand SchnblLir brary, N'>. 157, New Pan.i.ttr.;et ; Si..ld by VV. Gibnons, Paih ; M K en?, Didilin ; 'u'lUoii and bpeiicT-, York ; and H. Moz(e>, i and.'))'all other Boukseileis, Of \\liJi.'i liny behad, I. book of RANiT.MAS : IS. ed. 13. lliV LNI LE P I.UTARCK : i, ar�s'. Sd.each. 14. �mE.\H')1R> of BOIJ the TEKRi ER-: 2s. i�; � M K ivK) IR S of DI -C K the P O'N E'Y : lb. Visits to the |UVEM,LE L-IURARY: 2S. 17. UhilVERSAL HISTORY, ahtivlged: 2S. fed. iS FI RSr GOl.N'G to .SCHOOL : 2S. I'OE FRY for CIlLDRKK ; bv Miss-'iTKlN : M. PUZ'/.l.E fora CURi ou'i ;." I RL : 2a. 6d. TxAVKLSofR-iLANDO: 4vols. I2S. PKl ll!;H DOMES lie t^UADRUPEOS: as. 6d. PROV ERB-t of ALL NATIONS : 2s.6d. TALES ofthe CAS i LK : 5 vcls. i-7a. 6d. A FOE'I ICAL HI,S 10.BOYS: IS. PRKSHNISforGt-)OD GlRuS: tfc.. MARY and her CAP 1 IS. DIALOGUES for goo:) CHILDREN: j�. The LITTLE HERMITAGE: is. (?a. H!STt)RYotTELEMAOHUS: I... HlSTORYofHE.lSARlUSiis. ' LIFK of CAid JINGLES : 6d. each. ice. &:c, &c. ,  ~ ' SPRING PHYSIC.  � � �� � ' EVELNO'S VEGETABLE PILLS are proveil, hveicpertence, to he.the best and most inno. cent Alterative, Puriher, Svyeetener nt the Llo^id; and those who.ite attLitevi w ith the scurvy. Scorbutic F.rup-t'ons, Lcpro-v, bciophula, or any other Dis.jideis arising frriVi yit^ited Blood; 01 (hose who h.ive impanel tneir con-�titutions by Dissipatior., or Juvenile livlistrenons, sbouid by no me.iiis omit a course ot theVegetabie PrP- iV'-ring the Spiing l-i'.e operation ot this valuable Vegot ride Alterative is so pleasant and salut-iry as iu>t to inter.c.e with the avocvtions ot husme^ii 01 pleaaure ; it,> action is loi.hned to the animal >uices, and requires no al,ter'uii?n or tcstramtin diet ( it dissolves in the stomach, nleiuls with the (oo.l, and gradually oervades the circulating fiuuis, coriixtnig 111 itspas-S'^^-e ^my lieviauon'trom a stale ofconvatescence ; in short, it is the long sought tor Vegct.ible Specific, or safe, but aelive, substitule for iiiatlashiOMablc irmeral, Meicuty, which maj' be .said to cure diilyby killipgj its^efTicarv excites the attention and surprise ot ine>iical men, for wncn all other ni�ti-tines have fadetl, De V crno's Pills may bt telted cn as a specific lor all disorders which origtiwjc in an impure or impair-cilsiatcoftheblood. , ' . None can be genuine, wheresoererorby Avhomsoever sold, MnlesVthe BUI ot Direihons is signed in'Ken Ink, by the Propilet j, , , , , staplls. Piepar>tl by Mr.C. Staples, now sole Proprietor, havidg � DU'chasetl the recipe of Mr. J. ; and sotd.wholc->aleahd ret il by Sljaw and l:dwards..66, St, Paul's Churcti--r�idvon the footway i retail also l>y Mr. Diskertson, No. 6i, 'jfcrnet.siieet; C.atk, BDr-' ;' ai\d 'I'.uU, Isxchtngc,-. >fti�4S;6d. lUM. atvd 5L 5.. 19. 20. 21.: " 2 2s. 2t). �2"'. 2S. -) il- 32- 3>-jt- 3v 3i�. i7- /I ;