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Courier (Newspaper) - June 11, 1806, London, Middlesex aHi' ib" -1 - -^ *'-i>- rrHliPHESENt EVENING.�iU bt 1 a Play, I MA Si nek'; v^^The Rival SaUors, by a Young LaUy �,d . H. . .1.. ^ l?.l.aa>� J- tkfl*!! ii f Etli�i��i^ with Knsihau 1V yTuSlCAL INS'lRUMENTStxinwrdiiKiry, Vi iftd which are of aU others toun.l most dcs^rKblcr are liali-ihstrle; well lituatnl neuf liin�t�d nuinb�r ot |Mmot'their In-they fouiiU iii Vumls. Thfy are treawti lib�;i)ly ; the IMin of their $trii4iion ij^ilapted t* the SititalioH in Life tor which are ilitendftl, and ihCludei a(tviir.i>TUT.fiM), a younj; Man, of (ierhnariy.viljo speaks Enghsh, Krench, and (ier-ut cm Kive �h� m irf saiistJcliJry references.. I.rtiers Little Cifosvenor-itreet, lierkeky- m3n, anrt wn k'**, diri^ft'tl A. B. N0..3, square. .,, � � _ � . hOKkl^:>l TKAVEI.LINt; CHAUlOV. rr^obeSdLO, an eiccelletji EngHsh-built TRA-X VELi.lN'c; CllARIOr, just left hy the owner, at Hvmtm; under ilie ca'e ot-Mri'tUit, Agent of I'ackeis there, ^^ith whom tlie price is left. WE TRUSTEES of. the Eitat? aiul Effects of Messrs. VVI LI .1A AK E U, W1 LLl A M RO.USO !W To the OENTLEMF.N. CLLUf RS of the Comity otiOMERSET. CiSMTLEMEN, *HEN 1 took the resolution of. witlidrawing inyselfasaCHndidiite, I hastily sent notice of it to the p'css, in order to prevent my Friends from liavinj; the truubl: of attending the nomin4ii-.)n. I'nnw ta1tain-ed. obtrfin dana(lvaiita);e; 1 ii^ean an adratitdge ot'tlie hiirest kiint,- by per>.unal aiid.uniemttted a|)p)ication!i; vnnenhrse impiesMonj it was tnciunbcnt^on liie >ven to.defiberatv wlieiher J wnnid urse.i further t�ro){re^s inq bitsiiiess, where I wits not uhiniately certain iifsucLess, it was f 1*^ ciuse r>f my iricnds iis well aS (iiydwnj reptcsentiiijf.the County was tucobj.-ct of my auibitioii-failure the dcleat of iny 8u;�i pollers. After every consideration I could give the siubji-cl, calhDK-to ir.y aid soinid advice, I Uetermiiied not t> ripurt. 1 hive'the honour to be, . iiemlemen, > Your piost obedient Servant, VV. piCKlNiON. - This Hay ! tbr TrtiirterinR us a Martial as weil aS a C.-mmcicial I'eoi.leiand prtivKiinga Military Force :.dei)iiate to the lixi-gc- cies ot the Empire, and tlie .Security �f the Uiiitdd Kiiig-doin. � �. ,' Plintel for t, JoWon, "^t. r�a a form tf tbettHderi may-Le sem ntihtt Officf. .  'stJitic NoWe L^rd moved, that stran^^ fI should. t}f ordered td'witbdraw). NoTtiiJtr -ivill hr receiveHiflrt Twelvf e'C/aci oh ibiJM of t ruly,: nor any noOcfJ, unless lie tuny, ei tat. aeint }�r Sim, attends  . MblmFheandUfeOffityMuv^VSti^rXi. THE Di re ctors of the A Li? ion F t h t aritl Li'lp b In^vrance CoMPAHY.bei? leave to call ths attentton of the Public to the numerous aiul iitiportat)t advantages afforded by ttiisKstsblishmeilt, both with respect to J nsiiran-ce� from Fire, and on Livey. Tlie l)ire�li^r. " ,By ttrrJerofrhelBoard. -'I-.':- r ' "'. The Hoiise, i)elow,fhe. BaV, was MCry, c::a[>. �7, (commonly^ catted ^irfetiihard (;.�riiimn's Act). i>.(h\'.:\it. t numbdr of bi^sahs to Be carried on the outside ot �t�j;e iCoachCs, andDthercarritj^e^. - * : - Mr. HOBHOUsE brought up the report of the Commit-teeot Ways and Meads, the resolutions which were agreed to, andar-Bilt prderedarccordifngly^ � Mr. VANSlTTaRT:brou,}|�t up the Scotch OistiIlery Bill, ivbich ..was.leada first time erdeied fo be prinicd,and to be read a setiond time on Thursday. -� ' - -Tlx irntt IrtajHtJcqr-DiU wasr-;*ea* a ^biid time, and -passed. j  'SirJOHN.NEWP.O-RT gave notice, that on Friday he wouldmdvefiirle'aveto briiTg m a Biltto amend the Elec- MEUVILLE. which is faf more e-tors (;ul�'s i'.-s;ieit '.ni; the satne, June Jo, 1806. 'GREGORY aTid JB R O O Kf^. ANRlHTI ES'REOElv.MATvl'li. , npJEN Yearff Purchase will be immediatety given X for AnnHiliesiindeiriahly secured np'^-j^'ireehold. Copyhold, or loAK t.'�seh..W'"H^'. or by leitef, t.r iW. Ivmg, at liu hou^c, y.ioh>^*^iregt. AtHphi. v "|4 yrO^'Ey.^^!es.srs. LUGAS anJ So. l)e;j IcMve IVX -to {nft>r:ii those that iitay be in wa-t, ^nd desiinus ot tKirrowing'teiiniOnryar per()ntinffnt Siiniir of Mfitcy, anj l>os�ssed of an) �^si);iiably the Year, or for the bVasoiV, the C;^STLK H(>i;SE, lately the sea btihing reiiucuce of Uvcdsle'PrJce, U'q, buili in a superior style of taste and eleg.ince;iieat!y futniibed; situate,on th*: Cltti-near the T' &c. Fnr p^rticuUTS, apply to Anne Southern, Castle House, Abe.'ysrwith. . _. ^' �  .- TO be LET Heady Furnished, with or without I.!ind,, four, six, or nine mopth*, and within six tnlles ottJie three Bridges, a complete VI I'lA, equal to the reception of a Faiiiily of Disilnelion, with pleasure Knunid ornamented with shrubbery apd gravel walk; a capital kitcl'cn garden welt planted with wall andwther tte� in- lull bearinR, greenhouse �nd grapery, the. whole amply supplied ivith beautiful water, both tor use and :or�atnent ; coachhouse ari^ stabling fur ciKht ttorses, laundry, wash-lwuse, 4fcc. � hof Pji^iculars, enquire at No. 8. liridge-streer, West-Hiinster;aml Mr.John woltord,ngarthemilestone, Levt,ham. SllALfOK.) liDUSE, SURHtV. " *� " Tf^O be LET, for onej 'two, or three Years, '.I 'ready furiiiidied, " an 'exudlrnr KAMrLY HOt/SE, *�h crwch-house, stables, and suitable offices, Rood Ranb-n ^d.�iiten�ive ple^sure-graund, with.tti acres uf land, chieHy Bieadow, bounded by ths Kive.- Wey, disfnt one mile from i(ildfurd.-'' Possess! Jt\' may be ^lad immediately. If more tarni^should-be wanted.'.the t^ker af tb? huuse may be accom-jjDwdatedwlth 2t^^cr�s ot meadow. ' > ^ Enqui're^f -Messrs. .B'rav, Great Uiis�H-,�trefct, Blooms-PttrT't orof Mr.liiHiek, Uidt^tsterer, Cn Idfont. ?Obi? LEV, partfy' ished, and may he cnter-L'"'efifdnimmsdmtfly,'a very gO:nd HtJl�SK, iriottelligi-Id7>0itu^'bn tha A:ards, 'HE FIRSr BOOK of ARCHAlj or, The EVENINf;.^ af soirl'Hiw..; By NICHOLAS SALMAN. Usiicatedto Lady LuzABfeTH V/hitbread, Several points of importance to all Nations, as to Lan-jC'iige, a�edisciisswl in this Trad J if with success,th*completion orthe Aufhor's Plan may beri>jiteofunversal utility. Publisher, |. Mawman, 22, Poultry, this day is published, prce - A NATOM�CAL REFLECTIQNS on ,thc /XfoRM ofjMUIMALS, auUiflWhe,. iwO� Opiniwis �f. Henrv CtiNE, E^q. � '  Ry jrtHN HHNT, festf. Author of Historical Surci"ry, and ot baiuipry Cautions re-sperfmg the Gojut. Printedf'>r the Author, and sold by Richard Phillips^ No. 6. HfidneSfreet, blackfriars i by J. Adams, Lon,.;libro'; j.Ceinbe, Leicester; a>d all other r�t)k�ellers. NV,".V IT.')OK.S, to appear iJl a few days. MR. PHlLLIPiJ lias tlie honour to inform the L'lerary World a d the Piiblicat larj.-,tfiai he h.^4 in Pieparation, and in a tew davs shall publish, the following elegant and iiitctestinn hew Works : \. Mr. CAKR's S l-R.-VNG KR in IRELAND, or Travels ill that Coiiu'ry, during the last Autumn and Winter, with n'jineroiis Engravings, piicfe aj. in Iwards. II. .MIMQi:tS OF A TKAVELLER, N^CTW AT Rf.ST, CO -sisting of originat Anecdotes of the ourtv of Europe during the last tiiry years, in tive volumes price3js. in bo4rdt cotleded by Mi^iS Robinson, nnd including pnaiiy Pieces never before published, in three elegant volumes, price il. I IS. 6d. in boirds. IV. THE WILO.IRISM GIRL, a Novel, by Miss Owensrm, authoress of the N'yiceof St. Dominx-, in three volumes, price I�. ill hoards. As S'Oii as each of these Works is respectively ready, it may b.' hadx>f every ho reat Britain and IreUiid. VViihui.the last Thr�e M.mths Mr. Philliiia has published the tnllowini( esteemed Works'. I. Pr Gregory's Circbpedia, Parrs I, II, and III, ax gs. a.Almon's Complete Edition of Junius, * vols. i*s. 3. The Spirit ot the French .Anas, 3 volt,. 15$. 4. Public Cliaratters for 1806, los. 6d. 5. Crocker's Eleinentsof Land Surveying, 7s. 6. Saim ler'S on the Diseas,esof the Ear, tjs. in boards. 7 Winter in London, by Mr; Sutr, 3-vols. 13s.'ed. �. Maid, VVifr, & Widow, by Mr.Sitldons, 3 vols. 13s. 6d. 9 Biographicj| Inden tqthe Hous: of Commons, 9$. -10;. are of London for 1806, $s. in red. v rRlAL OF LORD IT is expefled that this Trial, interesting to the Public thin anv which hav?taketi place since tlie Impeu-hmcnt of Lord .vincclesfi?ld, will tHs closed in the course ofthe present week. ' . James Arperne, bnoksplli-r, at The Bible. Crown, and Con- ] stittitiont 31, Cornhill, hsse^sion of the whole Case, and at the same time will be sold at� price withi! the reach of every reader. .  � 'I he PubWc are lequestfd to Jje particular iii ordering � .*SPERNE't> EDITION.' 1^ ' DEARTH OF MONEY. \ T an tiniver^airy: ftit fiift that MONEY  on J �,4lg�C�T'PfCoftte unottainablel 'I'he Papers ' ^'^te'fl �npf�%^J^,r9��� with olftrs, but (wVing (�n� or-ilAui ifyff^ ,t,\\ aki^pf^pecuniary quackery, h-ildiny forth iii. IfS. I*. Cotemponiry Vovagesand Travels,' jj. 'iurnbulPs NaVal Stitgeon, 9s-6tL . . � 14. Translations from the Greek Anthology, 7s. 6d. Dr. Jqlin Reidon Consumptidh, 7s. Kobiii:ibn's Grammar of History; 3s. 17. Prince Hoare on the Arts in England, 7s. fca(;h of whichniay be hadof every Bookseller intlu: United , Kingdom. uri(tge.street. May z6, 'nly. " %!�>V,"g��*�'tJ��. Ma?eMcd (a. for k6me ,-���oMiiiai nuimilll ,. iirfjt ht�t *fT; aiuVir in Lottdan,  itiftfr&Haipic, the Wut T^HE Rev. WILLIAM BARCLAY'irATENT A ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. TheexcliistveSaleofthis valuable medicine being now. vested sololy in tlw Hew. Wit-ham BarcUy,.�nd thoseapj�olii(ed;by him, thfc further ajleot the Pills is, in coiijet^neiice, cntirelv discontinued at the EiaHoratory,, No. 35, Bedfoid-strect, 'Covent-gardenhand is .tiow established at the Rev. William Vaiclay's Warehouse;' Lrtcester.square; tvhere rhc public may b^asaurMlif' having the^ in thmr pure and j^uiiie state. Mr. Richard BuJiler, No.-4, Chea;-�Wt, *)eini$ a|ypointeri sole Wholesale Agent, all w-iioiesalc orders, both in to\*n, and country, are re-qupsred to be addicssed to him, wMn will make theTradeth^ usual aVlowaiice. None a* genuine but those having a BUck Stamp, with the name, the Rev. W. BarcUif," engraved thereon. . /F. A. PHli'PS, Agent to the Proprietors, Bedtord-street, Co^ent-gtrden. . FOR yENEllEAl.aitdSC0HBOTlC3COMPLAINT^^^ DRy��i whll^ Milrnt thew drpiw�. amce UMy ��n. Mlei ^bDnfanwnt tfi>ncce�ttfy,.a� wflj, iw;%�Vji�w�� or mer. IMPERIAL I'ARLUME^T. ftOirSE 'OF Loirn?!ZMoNi>Ay, Jutrfe to.' T!'c Irish Sugar Drawback Bill, ami sorne other Hills on the rable, were read a third time, and ordered back to the Commons. TVIISS SEYMOUR. The House met this day at halfipast-two o'clock, and at a tjuaner before three.proceeded to hear Counsel in thfe Appeal from the Court of'Chanceryi ^* Mary GeorgiaNa-Seitmour, an intent, by her tionXawsof Ireland, as far as related to the Returning OIH-. cers ; disqualifying certain persons mmi beceming so.:, MaKQIUS WKL1.ESLEY. Sir ARTHUR WELLES-LEY miv6d,that,there be la(4 before the House, ati Extia^ii from the proceedings of the Co-vetnorCcnerat at itengal, in the public department, ort the loth ot March, 1803, being** copy ot a, letter from Mr.' Jamss Haul, dated the tli of December, 1801; and the answer thereto from ihe Secretary to the Governmem.datcd the lotti of March," 1803. (The Hnn. ttaronet read a pSrt Of Mr. Paul's leitir, in which he spoke of the wise; ^berai and enlightened policy wliith had distinguished every measure of ' Maiquis Wellesley's Administration.)' After a few words from Mr. Paul, who allowed that the letter hadheen wiit-len.'by hitii, but who srsted that it was six weeks after Itis return io Lucknovy frjni, kuv'" d, and that he, as well as many dther's, had stibsequeiiily felt themselvesacgrieVed by Marquis-Welle^ley's pr{ication. Ifit weri? oirce allowed as a prtnciple of taxation to-extend a tax, in the first instance, over all the clafse^ of .soclitr, and then to remit ic to the lower orders, it might be carried further, and operate as a destrutlive dr.iwback on our revenue.--______________________ ............______ He olijefled to the a^^plicauon of the principle, be-No less th'an^sfx of the Royitl BroiTicJ:s%brfe jjtfi-sent j.���e � .-ipust. freq-JCDtl)' >t::ppen, that-ihe jn;iu who His Royal Highness the Prince of'Wales, the Dukes of Gr.A.%RNCE, CuMBERLAHD, Kent, Cam- bridge,; and ^itJSSEX, � Sir S. RoMiLLY opened the cate, and read over and commented ayory all the documents and evidence yvhich had been adduced before the Court of Chan, eery, both in favour of and against the appellants. He more particularly iiisistedijpon the affidavits of Mrs, Fiizhcrbert, his-Royal Highness the Prince, of Wales, Marcher Butler, and the Bishop of \Vinches. ter ; and afttr reading and commenting upon the latter. The Bishop of WINCHESTER ro.^c,to take the earliest opportunity of repeating what htfliad advanced in that wfiidavir, and of assuring their. Lordships, that every thing he had occasion to observe, since the time h^ made that affidavit, fully confifmed everything he had therein advanced. .He was the moie anxious to. take the present opportunity of making this declaration, because his professional oc-cupations, such as administering confirmation; &c. would soon call him into the country, and thiit perhaps before any. decision wopld take place upon the present case. ..He therefore liegged leave to assure their Lordships, that since the time of his making the affidavit alluded to, he had frequently eonversed with Mr. Crofts ra^pefting the religious progress of his pupil, and that vhe result was as satisfadory as any the fondest father among their Lordships could wish to hear of a beloved child, and that he had conversed with tlie^ young Lady herself, and had found that every thing asserted by Mr. Crofts, was more than confirmed By what he had the pleasure to discover in the disposition aod progress of his pupil. . The Reverend Prelate was proceeding t� make seme further observations to the same efiect, when the LORD CHANCELLOR suddenly rose from the woolsack, and observed, tl}at if was no doubt from honest zeal in the Learned ?rclate^ which had'induced him to make theSe bbservaiiohs, withuut adverting that it was^not altogether in order ;; but' as he was obliged to w'ait for some tioieto colie�l the tendency of the Learned Prelate's' observations, he had Viot, perhaps, reminded him as.'early as might have been expefled of the irregularity of his pro. ceeding. He felt it now, however, his duty to ob-servit, that their'Lordships were not to ajtend to any thin^ that was not stiiAly and'minutciy in evidence before thrii;i. � Sir S. B oMtLLY then resumed his argument,which continued'upon the whble a little more'thai* two paid above 40T. a ycnr asses.vjd taxes, wpuld fVom that very circumstance, stand in need of the proposed relict'. He wished also to know whether it was intended to rentier this exemption permanent or not. Lord HENRY PETI;Y thought it a strange cb-jedlion to a measure that it was not entirely J'ree from obj'eftioh. Kc had felt it his duty to concede a relief, and he had done so in the best.way in b-s power. His object in tiie preisent proposition was to substitute for,the great inconvenience which attendrd thi exemption-! formerly attached to the Property-Tax, the iessjf.convenience that would attend exemptions from die/ assessed taxes. As to the permanence of the mcasut4, that was a subjciit tor future considc. ration, on Avhich it could'nut be cxj-ccied he should give any pledge. After a few additional words from Mr. Hcsxis. son, Lord Henry Petty, and Mr. VVii.ber]force, the resolution was agreed to, and the House having been resumed, the report was ordered to be received to-morrow. ' SI.AVl- TRADE. � Mr. Secretary FOX, before he entered on the immediate subj'eo't of the motion of which he had given notice, thought it necesssry to apologize for cppearing to take the business out of the hands of a most ^respectable Member, who had distinguished himself on every occasion, and on none more than on tJ.e present. In such hands he would most vvillingly have left ir, but he had submitted to the opinion strongly expressed by that Hon. Gentleman, and those whose views were ..imilar to his, that, all circumstances considered, it w.uild be better that it should bebrought forward by himself* In any other he declared that he undertouk the usk most willingly ; tor, however such an ��bservation.ii}ight be deemed a fanciful one, lie could nut but feel, that if during his whole-Parliamentary life of thirty or forty ycarsi he was instrumental in establishing a point so near to his heart, as the ahulition of the .Slave Traile alone, he should not haye been an useless member of the Icj^isiiiturcr He was happy to be enabled to say,' that ivhateyer difficulties the friends of the abolition had ran with in the Lowe;' House, and however they had been defeated in the Upper, the opinion expressed by the House of Coi&mons on the aubjefl, had been uniform, and as unanimous, as it was p*ssi|>le to >ixpeA on any gie,t question. This opinloaat recorded on" the Jyujrti-ais, was expressly, that tlte Stave Trade was contrary to the j�rineiplei) of.'.hurosnity, justice and coiitinued upon the wWble a IJttle^ ipo�: tnai* two jo^n^ .^licy; He would twi now iherelore argue Jhoi^r^~He.d��cribed thehardships.ofM.t�*Seymour ^ ,hii self evident'pt�pQii�on. He would not ex- case, and the Situauonot bemg made a �econd tima criminalay of inciting wars in A an orphan, if lornlrom the inaiernal care and gro, -,be ptirpose of procuring slaves,, nor would t��ten of Mrs^F>tzh�b�i^V, ^^^^^ hc-sKew the absurdity�o say no mote) of etn- Mr; A0AHJV�o*�\^^>��i� ^\>t^^^^^^ ploying British &hip�i attd men to itkatere. i.v the ^^?Wii^v'^^\^*A' thiit Ae Hon*' .VMnwn police,, �ia c*rry utfth^se who were pu. ..; Lord; UUDERDAIJ |n?v�d^ll�^ �i,hed with slavery, for their Ihe �fgumet.ta doprcKced tovroorrow aM^J deck, fattb� to ^� j,^^ .vjio wpf�ri�l the trade on tin* l::tt.-r COi^idet the,same case.-QnftwJ. gto�ni|� clfearly proved how compUiely the love of the Earl of' LIMERICK; s*idWtltot hc htnlv tt^ :gainib)ind�Nj lien to.aU the dist;�u-jv.tjs of ivasorand Mouble their to^Hhipi on a.subj�a wucWn.; their riftlMi', ' would he^Si'h? A(r.-  Mmia-' -Hi-mtM'l�h m^.^^Y^U �:i.|i^tOlhe,u,t.CioJtbRHvU�, �n .he-a^thyruu. ;