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Courier (Newspaper) - May 8, 1806, London, Middlesex 11'; s THEATRE KnYAL,J)KV),nV-l^N!l'._ . rpHlS PRESENT EVENING will be performed THk ! Tr E 'uo y a l, goveN" t-o' ijen. > THISTRESE-NT EVEOTNG their Majestic.' Sffrvanis will adl . liTorva!, by Master Beisy j Lord Ranclolphv Nfr. C.!tai-�msn ; Glenalvon, Mr. L'boke ; Lady Randolph Mrs Lite i-'  . With THE TURNPIKE GATE. On ."^afurcby Master IJetty will aijpear in Ro!la. COV'tN'T G.AkiJt-.N. ' 'THE.VrRE ROYAL. 'TfeS" SVIITH respedfuUy inifbrms the Nobility, L binrtv her TricncU, ant^ the ^"blfc in^ceneral, that YATES'? IfANKRUPTGY. , U-fE Gommissioners in a Commission of I^nTcrupt awarded and issued FOrtft asainstlDSEl'H YATES, Ijtepf A'.'ar.iford-court, Tlitognior.ton-sireet, in the City Ojf I London,! (Partner, vyith John I'et^y, latRly  . In the covirseof the evenmg Johnston., The prologue the Epilogue, b.y Mis? �particular desire) COT.-;, (with apptopiiatc music) A favouiite comic Song by XINS' ODE on the l^AS.Sll)N , will be recited by Miss Smith. Mr. Emery. 'So which will be' adtjed a Melo-Draiyia, in two sdls, consisting of iipeakiii?, Dancing, and Pantomime, called A TALE MYSTERY. Tickets tor be had ofMiss Snehh^ at Na, lo. Great RusselU streer, Covent Gardca; and of Mr. Brandon, at the Theatre, where places tor the Boxeii may he taken, ESS. ASHLEYS resjjeafolljr inform the No-bility. Gentry, their FiientJs, and the Public in Ge-fiefal, tlieir Benefit is fixed for Whiisun-Eve, Saturday^ May 3^, iiio6, at the Theatre Royal Covent-Garden, ivhen will be j)er(brmed .i Sacred SELECTION ftom the MESSIAH, CRIiATlON, ar.d a MOTET, composed by the celilirated MOZAKI",, Further particulars will be announced in due � fime.-^-Doors tube opened at Six and begin at Seven. Boxes 6.s-Pit is. 6d-CaV. as,-Upper Gal. is. Tickets to be had of Messt Aslileys; and Of Mr. Brandon at the The.itrc, vshere Placies fQ,r the Boxes may be taken. IMPOH.TANTKAC rs. v;- A, LL the objeiftions thiit have existed against fof. J-~^ meLotteries appear to have^ bfcn r^'movcd by. ihc joresent Scheme. Eacli day's Urawirij; wjll be nearly equal, and "the number of prizes will be in tlie same proportion eveiy day from the. firSt to the last. There are Ca])ital Prices to the amount of f.early tzo,oo;)l> and tlie furmation of tha fichor^e is suclt that a sinjzle ticket ma) Rain 45,000!.; be-..sides.wliiQli there are ^upwards of a tliousandsntdll Prizes niore,tl)aausiie|r Lordships are bound to prosecute the Law to its full exttjnt. . . Thep-nilty is Five Pounds, with costs, for every Letter sent, recqyerabic a^iinst, the party sending, contrary to the TMl'EmAli'/HilLmENT. HOUSE 01' LORD^Wf.oNF.saAY, M..V 7. A Person named Brva-lliurst, vvas brought to the Barof f!ie House and repiirnifided, for iisii'B abur.tvc, and opprobrloUv ^.1n^;||a^e to Air. Dike, one of the Door-keepers of their Lordsliips Hou-:**. WlHle in the disvhiirgs of his duty in VVcif. iiiiilstcr-llall; during the .'friil. He vvas then ofd-'rsd tobs discharged, upon paying the Fees GUAP.i)f.'\NSiMP OF MISS SFYMOUR,-A rctino.ii was prci'iiiedon til.' ','.iri of tli \ E;�rJ of Eiis'ort, Lpr'l Robert Seymour, and otliein, ji-tying riut their .Appeal against tiicDecree of 'he Crurt of Chriiictfy, i:i th-^caseof the Guatdian.hip of Mjss .S^yMioirr, (l,;us;httr of the-lite Lord Hu^b Ijcymoui, iiny bs c.xpeiUted with reipe^t U> 'ts hearing. On tliis a conversation took place betweeij the Lord"Chat;- rarie^y of Numbers, at the I'rizeslin the pii^e^ent State Lottery, continue on Sale in the great' vari'rnh:ll, and facing the Gate of the King's Mews, Charing Cross, by RICHARD-SON, G()O0LUGK, and Co: ^5, Cornliiir, 52, Charing Cross, and St. Margaret's Hill, Horough. HQRNSBY and Co. respetlfulK'- acquaint their FrientlS and t!ie Public, ili-it the. State Lottery commences Drswing-on MONDAY n'xt. Tickets and Shares NOW �)PENV--At the PANORAMA, an the STRAND, a VIEW.of the Handsome piTY of irL()RKN.CE:ai)di!s beautiful,liN VI RpNS.ginerjUy con-sidered; one of the ti;iest^Seehcs in Italy.-The Speil^toris ftiiiied on the Palac'i FeToni,:oveilo.oicing'the River Ar-no; A\\ the four bridges ate seen-;\i:he'sides by^>Iom)tains, aril part of the AVpJn'mesv 'The -Uay'oi'Naples contintitss opeu ; to which ii8s been-added, a representation pfthclate awful Eruption ot Vesuviits,a�dmany �Figure;, &c. ; ,. Opeiv from 'I'cu till.fTusb. Admittance to each Paihting tone Shillitisr. '� ' � � y - ^ . . . CAMiiRIDGJi,. . " ^ THE SUBSCRIBERS to the UNIVERSITY Sr.'lTUE 'of Nir; PITT airft'respe2ll'ii0y'informed, � ha*c ujulertakea to'^rticeive the ersl^ys aod Cd'. Tall-Mall t :.Hett?itftet?f � Messrs; Har-iclays and Co.' Lombard street,. l.c>napn ; and Mf.- Gilhm, , VamWidgc. . the Subscjiption is liow so very large, the Committee request only that a third of the respedlive sums be paid "at present;' But as seviralpifsous have already remitted, and others may remit the whole of 1 heir Subscriptions, they may, on application to the Secreta,'/, with a di^ tedlion wheie the money is to'oe paid, h'lve two thirds returned ; or if they let the money remain, it will be account;d. ftx When the work is.completed. By Order of tlie Committee, J. BROWN, Secretary. CLEAGY ORPHAN CHARITY. THETie-isurer bf the Clergy Orphan Charity RratcfuUy acjiiiowledges the receipt of a Uank Note for ?Ifty Pounds, Which E. N, has beiicvojeivtlydifci^id him to apply to the (lie ol that Charity. ,. Blpomsbury Place, May 7, t8.6.__ TO MEPICAL MEN.-^An: opportunity offers of succetding to a most eligibk.situation in the Medical tine, on particularly ailvantageouSterins.-The neighbour-hcfl^-l is extensive and- rcspeitable, and the distance fronj Lon-doaabout 3.3 miles, . Further particulars may .be known by application to Mr. R. S. Taylor, of Grays l-nn, Solicitor, any morning this, wjeek before 12 o'clock, ' � , "~" PATRIOTIC FUND. ' \ '  . ' Lh.yd's May 6, t2o6. a. GENERAL ME^EtlNG of the CQM-' MiTTE E held this day; a Letter frdfn the H^m, Edward Ijyam, Esq. Presidentpf the Couhcil of the'Island 'pfAii'igua, addressed to the Committee of the F.-.triotic Jund at Lloyd's, of which the following,is an extradt :- " CENTLEMErj, , ' Antigua, Match 4, 1806. * The inhabitant's of fitfs IsVaiul, aclua*d by sentiments of the warmest attachwedtsto qut excellent Constitution, jiiid of thebest of Sovereigns, at^id feelingly alive to every event in Which the honour and welfare of the Empne are mterB3t�d,(roul.d nor hear of the glorious and decisive yiftories obtained-bSrer the enemy, by I h6'late ever to be lam^ented -Lord NelsoiT.' and by Sir Richard Strachan, withotit those emotiottj which must h?ve swelled �he breasit of everyiBrifishj Subje(S,on:jhe.a0ueYcin2nt of . conquests^sp brilliant arid hnpoiftant: i ' ' '* AnxinuR tn lTnn1Ff>i>.lr> TtaMt/.;. nly advance, and caiijwt a; any period, either BeVore or m :;, be ch.*-;-.per than at.present:. So confident are idges and Co.'of the certain rise of price, that ll�;y h--r.{:l)y 'aKeto take back,.on tho SutU'dny belore the Drawing, at r i*.^-.. i_ _.... 'f:.!..^... u.....,i... ... .1.,.;- t\iw�a..^ last aii.i former Lottori.-s, s-it) cT,-it;d Prize.s. , 'nTx P AInT):VV. . SWIFT 9nd"Co. No. n, Poultry, remind their Friends and (h2 Public, tliit the Drawing of the present State Lottery will commei)ce nu Monday next, the 12; 1) of May, when the first five Tickets will'be oiuitled to'Oui Thousand I'otiiids each, independent of any othfr Prize, froin 2o,pool. to21I. which may be drawn against them-.- They also request the Public to observe, that-.the number qf Tickets dr.iwn each day will be nearly equal, which com-j�letely obviates the'objetlioi^s that Were made to the i equality of the,drawings in the late Lotteries. .As the whole of the small Prizes are fionting in the \yheel, fh';re must be the same propottioii of them fVqnri th^ first day to the last ; Btid thcreforoit is cvic!ent, Tickets cannot bi cheaper at any period than at the preseivt ; on the cohtiary, they will ui-cri?asp in price a? the drawiiKf advances and tltey become scarce "s-, ,� AN OUyiOUS b'AyiNG. ^ . ODGES find 'Go. No, ij j.;' St. jamps's-streef, No. 149,' 0.\ford-stic->t, rfcomitiend t) their Friencls and the Puolio, an iinmedrrders, execu-|-ted on the same Terms as if person�I^y present. Money for Priies as soonas drawn. LL Piarsotis h.iwing any Dc'nands on -IV^essrs. L W,l LLl A M aV.d I'KANGts J"OR.TUNE of HavQ,'-fardw/:st, Piinkcrs :,Messrs.,Fortiihe, Richards, and Co. of the same place Paiikers, or Mr. Fr.mci.s Fortune 61 the* sarhe plitcealone, whiiihexLt prior to the.tdthdav of Match, 1204, are requested to send an.^iccount thereof forthwith to-Wlham Evans, Solicitor; in HaVcffordwcst, in order that the same may he dischart!"d. , , Lieu tenANT-Coi.oN-ELCv: arid Mftjo-RiTY of In-; i fA.jjTRY, Troop of Dragoon CiiaidSf CJompmy at h:>ifie;'Cecf! i'e Ti>i!-rshi tiirilin" he.ihd i,PJ, u,,'t twf /:!z to tl'e CoUfcto>s of the i'.Ut /Jutiesal Li'i^rpoj', li/id n( A'JiddUurci, in Cheshire, re-spcciivi'.y. , . - , ' :-\' fin refiurd v^'dlU b.l ! to ahy Tender in ivhifh the price sO.fN not In inserted in ii'iV di at Lrt^thy o- I'^jt shj/f not be delivered lo the f}'j.7rd l/cf"re One o'dnck on the Mid Mr-yiiay, 'ibe'\iih cif At.iy itex^, nor iin(css:ihe prfsort liho vtaktis ti'e Te'>i(tr,ot ssnie pirtO'iim hit lebiilf, nt'cnd', to jp.tii-ei' ".t-d'et e:i//ed,fu.;. \ ay tbrt.-iglii  .SLAVE r!ve Petition was Agreed to, and"(t v/as determined that paly tvyo Counsel should be heard fOr all the Petitions, and thOccpniy on points relative to thi interests of their Constituents. Mr Adam an:1 Mr. Scarlet then came to the liar, and pra-" Cid^d to argue ths case of ths I'etitionirs. As s^on a; they ' N 'AT feircUmstartccs wulladrtifrilo $he truly and iaudat)le a� ot afibrding ReFief to .theSeartteit, Soldiers. Marines, and Vo, lontcers wounded, and to*hc Widows,' Oriihatl^, a�ia R�a-tivBS of these killed ihtlie above irierti'jrabie'aclions, and to testify thes6nsetht^.erttertaiD of .the fnertts and sulteilngs of iheir brave fellbw-subje4ls, whtygaltanifly expose their IK-es, arid^^endountprevery secies of |Ia�ijl,,;eble, but.weU-earneu. tribute of applause, for the eene�iijs example oli huiriauity atid]>atri6tismi which they hWexbibited." ti/Bsmdl from, the'MmuuM,)'- ' GU.lCllaU S^B^Lili Y 'M^U LD S^JOHN GRIFFlTHJi, at.his Manu&Mtiry, ;Np; is,^den, ouedopr from JiCmg-street, begsieave to reiurnvhis gratfefuV thank? to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public,^br the great ertcbu^gement experienced, aniTrcspcA-ifiiiUyjnfonns t|tem that'll^ h*s imdeui�,000 io,aoo 5�' were sold in 227 ditKrent Shares ; L,s,oe.o 2,000 several s Nos. i6tey the second particu. VlCTUALLHMG.(nFICE,May 2, i2o^. ^HE Comm'ushners for VithtallirigllisMitjt'.itj's N.ivy, da he>-eif f;i-i'e n'jtice, ihal,.oit riuirsday, Im t^th i/ist.ititi lit F./even-o'Clock p>rci's,ly, in I A.: Forentitn, fey iviil lie re.idy to sell, to ih'e hig/jeithidder, at ftis l\'Ii!J^'iiy/k'lclif^il-I'ng Frcviifes eit pepljord, sundry Lvts of the folloiui.-tg Fravi-tio'ns afidffictimiiif/g Slr-tes, -vix. � . Bread, Bread Dust, Bran, Bakehouse Sweepings; B.izs and Rigs, Heel; Pork, Suet, Packih.e Scraps, Ertipiy Tierces and Irish''Barrels, Vinegar, Bnti,', liutter (Jreusp, Slush and Scrapings, Cl;sese, Sugair, "New, Poard, Donbler, and Slab Fnds, Wine Pipe, Brandy Piece, and Rum Pu-clu-cn Heads, - Staves ot various descriptioa;, 'i'ight .ind Dry He.T.l. ing, Iron Hoops broken and lii-iif, dn'l worn out (.'noperi' Tools, lying in His Mtijesly's Vlctiialtirig Preinisei nf Depffi'd.. A Dfpisit of 25 yifr Cent, is to I'le. m.idi: upon I ie amount oj atrh Lot at fhy .time ofSnlc ; and if the rentitinder ofthjr .Mcvry ' c noi faid, and the Farticu'ars i.iken aiT,iy, ttiitljirig tiveniy fucrkii^ diiyyafter.ivardi, theDeposil tuill be faVJeiied, and the Gsr^ds remain i.('e property of the Croiun. The rAher Conditions m:iy be seen, and printed Ca'a!t -wrilin^ ��V -fSitded up), and t'ejt for HOUP.'S, -riz. vatt HOfU'S Burr hoops . PLA'l E HOOPS iIjc Joil'nuins ^ii.t.tities of I � Tons. ---4-.0 not less irj:in F-fy in Ten IFeeks, by luee/iiy proporilOriJ^, ii.7//in!( Stores at iQepl/ord, and,10 fie or/or any qiiavlily of either de'imiiinMion Tons ; to be � delivci-rd in "" ' ' intn His Majes'y's Victii. fail for ly iiflh p.iyable idth Interest ninety days after date. Tlie ConditifM of the Contr.-ct and Samples of the Hoops m.iy be seen at theSecretaiy's Of/ill, ; A'a ye^jrj iwll be h.-id to any Tender in which the price sb,ili not ba in.erted in ivords dt lentild, or iImII not be liel'vereJto the lidard Oiit o'Clock on thi said iPhiiiesday, the 14th oJ Afay next,, fior unless the Fer.ion ivbn viH.kes the Tender, or some Fcr son on his behalf, attends, to ansxver ivhen cjt'ed f'n . NAVY-OFFICE, April 21 1806. Burthen, or rlnerealouts, to be Carvel Built: , -Adrdngbt of the Cutters, witii a form of the Tender, iMay ie seen at this Office. Na Tender will bt received after Tnlitlw 0' Chck on the day ef treaty, nor any ntticrd, unless the party, 01 an agent Jsr him,-attends ^ ��_ . " . ' NAVY-OFFICE, May 3. j8oC. �'TpHEptwciJial Offiffrs nati Conmiuioners jif Hh JL Majestys Navy do hereby givtyNolicc,'tb.u o/fWr.dnes-yDAY, the ll^th instant^ at One o'C'eek, tbey luill be ready toJreat with such perso/is as may It willing to cottract f.r supplying His Majesty's Yards undefmentiuned tvlih lb( Artic'et against tie same expressed. ... 'COPPER LOC*KS and HIN'GES-DeptfonL BRICKS and CLINKERS-Ghathami ami Shecmess. GUERNSEY SQUARE STONES-nPortsmauth. Fifflerns of the Locks and Hinges, toitb Fffms of the Tcnd:;-s fny mppiying all the afaiesaid Article's, may be seen at this ' No tender R BARRACH STt)REB. ' Commtssary-GeivcraPsO^ce, Great Geprge-strect, : " Lonrtoh, May fr, i8sij6. � . SUCH Persons tit may be Jett'r^usofftntra^ing nuith tie Commissaty ,QtMir,lt^:for fiipsiyinglitAw-ing llgh^ona partofa comparison which Jiad been made in some late deb.at3�,moved that thirebe laid betori th? H-^n-e a Return of the Number" ot Recruit-: raisal uivdir the-Additional horce Adl, that bad voUtnteeretl trom Iimit:d to unlimited service, from October, 18,1.1, to April, tto6.- Ordered. The Account was then presented by the Secrcti;ry at Var. Mr, W. SMITH postponed, till Friday, hisinotion Jar taliing.ioto consideration the Ueport of the Committee on tj.>e Petition of iMessrs. Cowu and Chalmers.  � " Mr. HUSKISSON gavj nonce .that he should, to-inorf,jw, liiove for the produclion of a loiter written by or�.erof the hit^ jioard otT'icusury to Messis. Cowle and Chalmers, aiidjigu-oi, he b6lieyi\l, 6y hiit>s Hi fo thvii ePjim. lurSH BUDGET. Sir J: NEWPORl' moved the Ordsr of the Day for the House JO go into tt Commute? of Wwys ani Means. ' . . Th^ House having resolved i,nto the Ctunnuttce^ Mr. Alexander in the Chair, - . Sir JOHN NEWPORT statctj, that If ip atiempt, iug to lay before the Cotninittee a'statement of the r(rvenuc,s and resources of Ijrcland, he was poMi of-the abilities pf his l^Joble friend (Lord "" Petty), he should not feel any of the cmb.t which he thcti laboured ui\der; X^t^p; his ability, he vould perform his dtjty w" apprehension. JCor himself, he wu i, otjl 8t�.tement 19 8iropR: and unadorned laf>;_ . tatning thc'rcsult the enquiries wKj thought it his duty to itniike,. Thoygl ;