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Courier (Newspaper) - March 25, 1806, London, Middlesex -MACBETWS A -^Cwntdyi ca  titi�� - ^ JOHN. BULf 'IT.httrsdayi A GTt'avt&'^e'Lfec/loS^^^^ MUSIC. �  / From the. nK�> I'avQiirUc Composers.  * > Air^ "Miss ni.uid, Recit. Kr. tloyle, PART 1.-WVeriure. Opcasipnal. � Notrtorer with unaviilirtj;.'-lT�cle!sh) to be had atthe I'hearre oaigWafifc 6�L tho�e 4bld in the streetv are sppfiout'and Jniper^i. � � � . uiw-j.oTT?ir�^-f'-'''' SWJFTandCo. No. I t.'Poullry; toUcit the at-frntion "fthe +t�M�c "to' (t �nniainscnly zj.oftn Twket& instead of 50,000, ^�t44^t| this period of the year, andjUriil bt found more advant�(^ua for Adventurers than the Schemes of the late Lotccrii|l, h^VitU tipvvardiof One Thousand Prizes more than the us|,aiid One Hundred and Sevenleert ^i^es more than-the preseding May Lottery; which cunsisted of 3�,ooo Tickets. The iiigh-* est Prize is 23,000!.,'and the lowestSchemes at large S-PA.TE-LOrT�K% , " / ' To begin DrawiKg Monday,. I�h of Majv  HAZARDi, BUimE, arrd GO, S^bdi Brokers, at their State lottery UttJce, 93, Royal I'lic.haiigf, ton-doh, are r.ow selling, irt gmt variety of NumberSi tjipk^ and Shares ft)Mheabav*i�fteiy. -\ No, ti>.7jirra-pn2co'^"^lo=*- o'V the ,i8th Ee^'^vy J*�t, was 50l'.i Jay them ia'ojw VJu"�er, orte liigh?K,aod>?co Sixteenth Shares. ; 'i'he present Lottery CQti�bfs of only a5,(5oo Tickets, and Che Scheme conta�M \ ,4 ^ ^ a Vuzsa{ Lvt^iom^]* Pnz#�of L, 10,000 a "' I 3 rr- ^ SjOOo . . &C. &C. S:C'. � ,.- /� . v. il'ch. No. t,689 19,063  .16.567 �o,93i � ai,277 &c. &c. Sec, Public Funds ttansadled joo 500, $00 with mi_^ _. _ J^EW 5TAf% LOTTERY,. begins Drawing J � TO � Is* f,Zoo ixih af&iay, i8�6. . ' SCHBME.^ Prize of ,C*Je�* j . - . 2o,'6ot>' ' -r- 'LOW VICTUALLIVQ^QFWCE, Match i?)i'ii8o6. rES ! Bfaclt lJf^nt?.i9,i4X.Tunt\4'fl'msr Ire �ro', ^inetfi/t, er Qiteiiee JPIpe ' .Stan'ef,'f�>iff'i>tJt^aiite4. . , - - " 'No regarJ-uvUhfi^fitotutyTfJtiief in 'J>lreb lbs Pirlct ti/ult henj'alledfor.: : . . � . S^cfUALLlNG Ol-FiCE, lilaVHi$, Majesty's\ X  'ffafji. do hereby S'-ue Notice^ Tint an ff'editesday, tbe-gib-of ^pr'il nrxf, they xuilljie rtadv to receive Ftmiers in uiiritiiig f staled up), and treat for the Mhvjing qxatlitiet. of lR.(i)N HOOPS, vlx.. . � � -VATT HOOPS . ,109) BUTTHOOPSv . a.�^Tons. PLATE HOOPS - looV or/or any Quantify of either denamjnathtt wit Uis tb.m F'fty Tens ; to be delivered in Ten ff^eh, iyWetly fraportiont, intn His Majesty't Victiinilin^-Slarts at "Defitfird;: and to be-J^aid jor by Bills pjyaile ivhb Interest ninety,days after date. The ConcRtions of t(je Contract and Sniup/es nflhe Hoaps m.^y it sten'iii tl^e Sefrei.rty'.s OJfier. � � ' Noregjird will be hiid to any Tender in wbicb tbe. price shall nit ie inierted in ivordsat lent^lb, or that shall na^it deliveredla ' iiie Ifpard iejure One o'Clock on the- said Ifl-diftiday,, lie gib of April next, nr,r irnless the Fertot who. �t>tker tfe Tender, orsomt Ttrson m his ieialf, attends, to ansiueruiiir cilM f>i> NAVY-OFFlVli, March-14, laoOi"" ."TpJPIE principal Officert an^ Com^iiiiwtii af Hii X, .Majesty's Navy do hereby give Notice, tbjt on \^.tnN%Si-o.W, the zbth-instatti, fiab, at One o'Cloiki they tvill'be ready, fc trtat-.-wifh suebpertons as ma.v he toiUhivto eDHtracI for supplying His Majesiyss Vards at Dtptford, IVMuiicb; C'b.ii-6,(�(, ^hiirness, Porlsmoktb, and' Plyitumib, ivitb C\Mi' I'OROES. . A Pattern of riirfofRts may-be seen fit DeptfrMYurd, and q, Form of the Tenuis HJ-'y If teen at this Office. v -1. :Niff'der tvillbf mcfi-utdifle^Tniiehieo'ciaib on the day oj Treaty, nor.any.rtotieedy untfsxrie-parly, aran-a^ntJot.hift, af^^--: tends.. . y. . - , i^.;..; ... . ; ^ \ . ^ ."''^�.'.^/'��'^'�'��ybU'SALE-BY. AUG rrc;N; V'*'  ' At No. Vo; Tower-street, on Thur�day jwnt, at Twelve  ^ a'Clrck, THfi entire GAliGO of the MARIA, for Ex. portation, reguUiitjr condeianeU (lie Cruiser, Cujliutuigof ;. , liSk Caws Ftfeign Cm. . i9� nitCo'FttrvigriBrandyi % CiKt^s Claret. � : � � .....v : It Cases PlaviitKCards. ^ Further particulars of G. W, DOWNING, gworn Rtoker, 70, iWrr-sir-e^t, � lO PttfMHER's'AND OTHbR. UTJALERS IN Lead. � "T-HD beSOlD, in LOTS of a Ton Weiglit, and X Halts Ton V eigjtt, *r thelel^^0l1t�^, each, as will be ' eXH^t^jyedin a Catalo^uftof AylestKiry, ii'iifVe Cui-. ty'of Hhicfcs, s.-^mstime m tlie Month of Miiy next, ot wljich 'diie yotice.wiH be clveniati"* Papi-r, ji'^odt. blClMKE W or T\^ EfJTY TO>IS WEIGHT of SHEET- LEAW.-.Any jjsrson or person4 whn nwv'he iles rms to becoirje Purchaser.-!, way send their Propn.sals, m wr.ii)i>:, addr s ^se to the C leric ot tin;' i'cace tar jhe said -Couuly, at h.s OlHce; iu Aylesbury,. . � � . . - � :� ACTON CHAPLIN, Clerk rvf thePcjcq.. ^PfERcv.WlLi.'lA.M BARCLAY'S f ATEMT A N.ri LI O us il I. LS. 'Ilif exclusjv:e Sate ol this valuable merticmc bsuift oow vested solelym thj Kev. VVil-, Jiiinr liarclay, and thosfc ai>pjiiited by him, the further �ale of'; the I'llls IS, in coiiii!i|Uiiice,'*entirclV dispontinuul at the Ela!-)orijtory, No. 35, .Uellord-strc-.-.t, C'oyeiit-garden, and is noiV established at the Rev. VViHtam lla'-clayV Wareh'>tis�', I .ricestcf-stiuarc; wh�re the public may heavsured of (vivmg them in their pureand-Eei1iii�e state. Mr-. Richijfd Butler, No. 4, CheafsJHt bu'in^ appointed sole Wholesale Agent,; all wliolesale orrt-irs, both in io>vn,'a�d country, are requested to be addiest^ecl to hiirii who will make i)te Trade (he iisuid allowance. None are goiVuhie but: those having a Black Stamp, With the name, * Ihe Kev. iV, Barclay," engraveJ thereon. , I'rA. PHl!>"!'S, i\f;ent to the Proprieters, , , Btdtord-stfL-r-t, t-oveiit-narden. =8srts JMP-mUL PARUAMEiYr, V.-'Mii^VA'SstTtAU^frtiicntedMi Account ol the Ordi.: '.nary Reyin^tesahd Extr^Winary Kesoun.-es'of the Couiury, tic. Ofdwc) t,>.rte on the.tabWa/jd tobepiinted. � J N3VV SPJRIT.CON IRACTS. �!Mr. HROORe put off his to the Con . tfpii�fpr3URplyinrghi� Majesty'* Navy with SpriitJ'umil Monday next,as ha ha.t reatott tu^appQ-'ethat theuiteh'ion "of CTovernment was direiljrd to tlwt in^-yM, '^nd .tli:it mt;:). sUrcsmight beadopted irt'i:on�()iienc'i, would reiulji it: tlnn'ccessary for him^o hring torwaM the motion/ iNDiA Papers-. ; . Mr. POLK, pu;suant to his noticvv i;f)se tp"m we for tlw frodufli9rMf.certain papers relaiivj to .th'e all'.irs of Indn. lisobjett was to bring tJie whole ot' the qu.J.tft*m h^fjrf^ th.' Hoiise,,as lha Papers al'eH4y'm-)ved tor ci.'u+d ; ihi Mogul. ,ad. Tlioserrelatiivft to TJrturtpore ; andv3 I, 'iMi > e the war, vvTtri Hjlk^r.  IJi hJfl submittedhij mi -tions .totinj coiuider.ttion attthe I^oitrd; on the jiartof whom ^,Bq obietflioh^ v�asf;;!! .tp-fJiepirtjdtliKon df fh^.Piip 'to call lor. 11'was therefore un-itccssary'TorvWrn to take up more;ofthfttimf flftijeiittu�inaah^)'.IT>9*^�� ' . . ! he moiion�, '^/nich wert' tor seVcm Ivtier.-i ol d ir.-ten' dates, (>n, and aflttr thojist df May, iSWj,: fi64 thuTitef .6 ' , vtmor'Gfe>era^^3f frtdfa t'Jtlte'Se'cftt ed!�v.tiittf3tftthe'C6urt^ orDireSto's, together with their, iiiclus'ires, ware th'n' put. - and" ag-eed ta.' And the k^uastion there he laidbetore the ' Hu.use,a'Copy.of a-Letter from Lord Lake to Marquis.CiTii wallis, dated S?{it._2, 180;, rslativts tf the, rcduttioii-Vf th. irregular troops, by order of Marquis Well-wlcy. '.\JhfR.'\N0lS asked, whether the Papers ttien m-wei) for;CQixi(>rised all thvdocuinetitsonthe subj^tFof theitiegular' � i ��. .. ' Mr.'POLE replied, that they comprised all he though: nedes^aty fir his purpose; He was not aware of any unir: requLsite to brim; the questiMi fivlly b forctlvj Hms?, b it if aht be rn fur ihe4>roiluilioivof such further papers as should be d^e.n -ed necessary. , The whyPe of a l-jngl'stof motwus wis tlie.n ai;r"c it) SIR J. DUCtCWpRTH'S VICTORY.  Mr. GRE'Yi.gave notice, th;it h5 should to..iior-rcnv move ttie Thanks ot the Houdc to AJmi. ral Sir John Duckworth, and the Ofiiecrs, Sea-men and-Marines of hi.s squadron, for their gJiUao' and signal seri'ices by the total destruiflion of h divi. sion of tlieenerHy's rhe httc bfiihant aerion 11 1, St, Domingo Bay. lORTOLA TREE PORT BH,f., Lsfd TEMPLE, witii aviev ti the preparation of some clauses that shouldremove any oojeciioiii existed a;.Hi.,si the Bill for estaWishinga free port in Islan.i of Tortoja. jy'pQSedih^t ihh Cowtnittre on tlw 13111 bed:-fc'red to Mnn. t.i.ij'.tho.Comnvtt9e on the thllwas put olfaecoidingl;. ' 11)6 irisM Crtinm-mvLand: PartitV'n Bill was rr,in tlie m'-.tidn �f Mr. JaMES HTZCERALU, ai d passed. Mr. HAWTHORNE btoight up the R.'port of the io,50(',ooid. Exchequer-Bills f-.ill;aUo of i ,500,0 Bills Bi!t, which vveies^vetally ."igrced to, and ttu!>t!.diy Cl.aiJes mi>;ht be add.d in the Coinmtttfe^ whxh would render tlia- IMl l?ss.usijvc lionible, than,.ai it tlien .stood, it was. The J^iU- in it.> sent form appealred to hiin imnrcissitrv,-in-l in princple eX tremely objidtioiiablo, .as, hi was caiwiiice.-j, w,,i.! ijl- t opinion ot.the H.>uso, .when it.s'ioii'd seriously examine its provisions. . In his opinion, *t wouldiiot Mt its presmt form eitlier answer tjte pu/iiosefot winch it wan inrendid, or de cl^Tffthe i.iw.a? laid ;do>vnby the Hij{h Authoutics, tlwi had been callpd in to dccuie^that polnf The ATTORNEY entcd at the Bar several Papers relating to India, preparett pursuant to several Orrleraot the Hous-'iu January an i i eSrii:i:y l.isr. Ordeied to lie'on the tible, and on the muciun of Mr. Paul,, to be piimed..^ - ways AND Mn.\N. - - � � ............  ^KO'tffK' ftp LOItDS, MoNiiAx, MARcit 94.  Mr.'. AoAM at^d M*. NotAH werehsardinthe .^ppial Cau-^e AUah^!. Corneims de Vos. Alter wh.lcb Ih^ judgment of the Court of Session was atiirmed with costs.v.'   Lord MELVlLLE.atrsnaed in Ids plau-, aiid dellyered in his atwwit to theioth Afticle'of f inpeadhrnWt.  -His' tiord-shAftent�)iBd his protest agaHpsi thq ttiipriiedrhted-Citcufn-st^n^ ^uud'yr tvhich that addtioitad^-^icte. had .hoeit^re^ sfcrrad-5 aifd'dfe.iaTetljthit h�didnoKtijiiik hiinsolf buuad, either by the law or usage of P*rliam:;ht, toah^werri^ He should, hojftftv^r^ plead Not Cjuiliy to fhe;*haf]j(f.generally. The ansWOtwa* thou cpiered to ,be siiit td.thtfX'oratnons> > The LlXKD/iCIH'AN CBLLOR-left.the WroJSu-k;to:Qb. serve, tbatoo �ftK�mit of the absence 0t a Nolde Lo�d,he' wished tadfif^friiill.ta-nvurpW the inottij prtnfed..^ Akdjourn�(i........ �>  .�;.� � ' HOUSE OF Ct)MAiONS. " .Sir. S AMttE I >R CM 111 vv and two other Ge��t leihen, koQk .the �baths'andthetr seat*-.', ,i .; - ��,�,..� >' .The Irish First-.truitB. Reguiutioti Bill was read i second time,shdorder. . >  A'Perstin (tva: the Ofliceof the ^hief Sejitiai>ilHhjr,5a5therejn, sp�afylnf; .7V- 4.,000 ;2o,ood' i5-,ooo, . 1 u,uoo , ' 2,000 gCa|o,oo� anai�tiiHi,to this were addeil the anaputK of ithc Loan to be made aod provided ibt in the genei^al .stiteinent of thu.Wa*$ and Means of the year on Fri-duy, the W^ys antt Means-would greatly exceed the supply,'ami again!i(i thh excess there wait nsthing to be 8Ci >biit coni?fturaI mUttarv estimates.-It |had"been said, that thj whole of the last year's imilitary' estbbliahjn'ent bad been voted inFebruary.. | he the case; Hue a temporary '^o�e would 4iot justily permimenc; VVays^ and Means-(�ldul^tc(LQn unftAdenniie augmentation of that csta. t^lKi^nient^,, .-J^ir theie jreasqnii, be ihooglu �he sub-JecVWtPtJthy thecoiMiWerjitiwj of the House. Htxtid jD9t:U|P|c the nwttet of -the year .If once. ..�\t:cordirfg to the late j*actice, th� CwnfMiflors. for a Loan were given to, anon ;o ahswer to the Chargo, order rircilm-itances tor whldv there waff no precedent ; ,but, thar^, con.'scious ot his innocence, .ind coni 'tiU'nt'in^he jastice of his caase, he makes tfeivan-v.vcr, s.ivi:ig his right of taking ex�;^ptiq^^ atii also suving all ci.e rights and privileges that to a Peer in Parliament. HedaclareS for his aiis-verj that he is in no wi-'e guilty of the crimes and misdemeart-Durs, in m-mner and form as charged aajainst him by he Conimons of the United Kidgdoiti, and this he .liHrms himnelf to prove, at such time and  lice, as TO that Honourable l4aiv�� th��..ia -.m* met: he therefor; pr.nvs to be di.scharge.i and ac-qiitted of those crimes and misdemeanours so falsely iirged ;ij!iinnsibility of tJi� pub.ic oif.eer, cbarg-:rd with the disbursement of snch expenditure; itnd to preventy as f-tr as possible,-t/.e misapplicuiun ol money sntrusted to his cJi.irgc. If the BiU-tn trs present torra> should'be liab.- ^; any oSj^ctions, he was rea.lj^to attend to tlie suggestions oi Gentlemen, and to availhitnrelf of t.Sur assist* ance, as far as he thoUjjhtreaWy eon'.ucive to the ob.. jccttofthe Bill j and he should iiave no obiectlon, if necess34-y, tare.continjt the fiillibr a future day. ^Thc Hause having resQlTe4 into a Goramittee^ Mr. POLE said, he had a number of stiggestion* to propose tor th; adoption of the Ccronuttec jn amendment of this Bill, which was utterly inadequate to the pnr,ose9 forwhkh if was avowed/ Must ot th se suggestions had the approbation of the Noble Lsrd hii:vself, upon whom he hadlelt-j his duty to wait, and to mentKm his objv "-�"^ the Bill; for it was his t>bje, really cerely, 10 commUiiicate such suggestioi^ Noble Lord as had a|ipe4ted to hfm |' jwrience absolutely necessary to gtv^t the. obieiSti of a Bill, tlje principle J he very much approve.!. Mr. Pole into a long and technicnV detail of .. routine in the dejwrtmcnt of Treasirr r of' n.inceythrough which m�nies h^d hitherto __ and under which the T.*ea�urer not only stfas Enabled, bttt equally, and he believed umlbrmlv, did rfuJcff [ ({.oarter ot a year bolorc it was ultimately payabkM I che daioiiints.' Having, auggcsted- an arrai^cmwi hf ;