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Courier (Newspaper) - November 28, 1806, London, Middlesex mm PRttiAY, mt-'EiMBER.'i*, 1806. wilt pierffl^t'jnp'i iVith eutireiy Bfc )TI�e (8tfc time) a - " 'of Arabia.. IJieMinas^irtent of a tlic ifioUirtry.r-'Apjpty to. Mr. .t(iuct,.iH'VOm;ger�Ic� tfatrtietijfUh y�ur apbrobatioa; for l;�it!ttakevB(�ff tti^tfclf tu lay, that never did any indivi-4Val ^?ir�|we itiore cAnsplcwwi iparks of the unbiass^l suf-tAgit'kr�cou�UttttW:^pfi^1',wHl br'in a short 3li<b,j�tthe6fKci^eWTyiJej i>pon Paper ftf Ihe^est ic EdiioclardcpaTfment will be filled by 'fl^^jrt httHMr,aAiidi7 ,�PiecadillV.' The Scheme of th� tVttsentQrjIiril bottdry consists of ^.Priies of 30*000/. S of 20,^)bo^'{��(.5.9 i.OOO?. 5 hf l,OW.-&C. &c. AWi^the Vnt. -Cotteryj both soW cOfficci Tin ^ l\4ze . JL- Jahuary !^thviB07/elm1a^lflD^*-? Vjcucsnf l4.S0,000 9� L.60,000 20,000fi),ooo i.....s,.5m...........K,ooo 5...^;..-.......\. ),Q00......V..... SvOOO 1%^ J......V..... 103,003- fc.�50,,008 �itto>..,^...>..Vi.';r........'SJI* , Quarter.....w.�.*-� S 2 .0 1 Sivttfcvtli,.........1 S v Tickets'^ iiliaTte'arc on Sale at all the LlcciR^d' Lottery ____ j are tht^riatesf. (. patented in the aniitils of Lotttofy A*flUy aud ui|tp4d>lBiy.,;.QI��x�^^diet of distinction, and other Per. heiMrtBgi*r6*y or pcrsoiJal appncatiAn from ..vCltiJwiR-hf duly aUepdedito,-.'Cojnmissions in tteA rrtHK ESTATK adrcrtfsetl td he .^^LD by A by Public Auction by TSIr. WE^BlKat thdlUni Inn, Cirencestervon Tuesday the 2d i)cd of by Private Coiitract. . wnuly dfcyn lifter dntet .... V'/ie Votidiliom of th& Contract may be Ken at the Sccrctaiy's Oj/iee.- � i a'li regardKtlUic find to ifiiy Tender in whirh the Price shall not be inserted in ttilrdi at length, or thutshiitC tint be rteliitred to the tUard before One u*cloek on �/ie sn�/Tltttrsday, the ith of December next, nor .untes� � the .^eriiim teho.makcif the Temer', orioritc pe-rson on 'hit behldfi iUtcnds; to Unntccf tcheji faffed Jar.. " ' . FU^al Tlfifi if AM (UAOa MAlt ^ .... 'iAsaEi., Mor. 4, ^Fromthe (Jassel (Suzeiia) The. advanced guard of JMtiTrsbitt Hilomi'Eti' 9.^". j!?!sarcd snddcatyy orf Saturday rtOTnittg^ before the the y l?TVALLlNG-OFFii;ii� >iov. 21, IBOii. lllte Cuinm'isitioncrsfor VicfinUUng Uis Majes-lyUNavydoltereby^iveliiotice, tA�t o>i Mondiiy; next, hst Dec^niier^ they mil be read if to rereive Tenders in teritins (Healed uf,), and treat for T VV O IIUN D R li I) TO VS of MlJHCOVAUO SUtUll, /� 6c B��.'i.cer�6fc to Samples to be produced Kith the Tenders t tohe deUiiereU in itui orlgiuil Puvfiagesi info the yictualling Stores at tkptford, in ttie � � lets than Forty n&('more thatt Fifty Torii 'per iVeeli from tfie Utile of the Contract; aiul lit le paid for by Bitts iiayablei ifris;i-nal rapiliil, and, taltiiig upiintfirTnselves tlie sole rc^puiLsibili-ty of the establishment, they entitle the-I inured and An-nuittnu to participate in profits after theexpeiiars of an ecnnou)ic^iinanagennrntaredt'fray. ST. CROIX, Secrotnry. TO LADlESi SCHOOLS. � � �, ' � ^B'lIIB flattering tC8ainoni(� of approbation Mrs. JL SVH> Ebas received from Ladies Schools, iu various parte of England, dcmand.Wertf^rmeM acknowledgments ; It will be her nnxinus wish to merit their esteem, by an uui-foriB attention to their commands. She begs leave to assure Ladies in want of }As3i�tants, that they may rely on being suited with thog.e possessing every requisite Ability. ^Schools in. Succession, Partners, Teachers, Apprentice, and Jlalf-Bbardcrs, ejieibly recommended.-Mrs; Burnb attends from TentoFiveo^Ctock daily, at her House, No. '2�, Golden-sqi(iare.'^|jett�n(pi>5t free) only received. N. B. A School .to be disposed of io the Conntry. TO COViNTRY BOOKSELLERS ANf TlJVMEiN. STMAS liOLl. Juvenile and VlCTUALLlXG-OFFtCE, Aov.'A 180*;. THE Comtriisxioncrs for iHctuallin^ llh Ma. jcsty'ii S'uvfi ilo hereby give ?l'olice,lltat on Tuesday itexty. the "id of Dec, they. kICI be reiidy to leeeive .Tenders in writing (acalrtt up) for qituntilie.i of BISCUIT, mude from Khole Mcnl, as the respccliue Maunfailnrern of that Article may tidiikproper to ujfer; to be rf. iivcred in. n Month, by Keekly prop'iiliuiu, '.".lo iJi.i Majexty^s yictuallingStores tit Deptj'ordi and lit Oe paid for by ltilU\payal/le, with Ju-tercsl, 'ninety days after daU. A. //. ..\o I'linder Jor u less ([itanUty than Tltrec JIuudred Itasn KiUbeadniilU'S. The CoUdittons oj the Conlriicl muy be seen at tlic Sccretanfs Ojlife. No regard leill be find to any Taidcr in which t/iv I'rir.e ahull nut be inserted in tcorih til length, ur IhtU �ihaU not lie dcUiurcd to the Board before One, o'iloclc �� the said Tui'sthiy Jit.r/, the ^d i>f December, nor the Person icho mnhs Che Tender, or some l^e.rson on Aj.v behalf, attends, lo ansurr when called lor, � . - arwv contracts". ' , . Coiiimissarv (tieucral � Oilice, Cireat Georgc- strect, ^ov. '2ii, 180.;. ' S^i^^C\\isherehi] given to till Persons tlesi-JL^ ronsof CoutrartiU!; Co suppti) i-OK/VCxD, i7r. O.AT.'', HA V, and Sl'RA\V,to .iiu AiiijL>tY s CAVALllV in Barracks in the CoiHittes of Pi.K I'lf uiiU LA.NAItK in NORTH BRITAIN.  The deliveries .lire to commence, on and fur' the loth 'up) ivaU tliat day, and if .�ieiU bif post, the postage must,be yuiJ. Proposals must be made separately Jur each Cuimlii, mid the nawes oJ two sujficient HitreUe.s, icUh Ihutr y/.ircj of ON the approach �f the CllWSTM :DAys, TABART and CO. of the ^A reco^>in��deei l�y regidilr and eminent' TjW^d'iii^^Mes, whiclb contain a QntatliTysumcient' Ai*^u& fmotCS ilia- (at TwcfVe Months, prtCc On^ GuMca ^^tA'�rtSiin'iwd �a c�}Vftp,at*r price (ttrcaso*�W*t�Wrv 114 I^a^tltlonor. rtust aUow caA ptwf rrtolhe. V �Ut*r�. OS H J�n docs, into taust of'their frho rpeards his hcaUh'oiid hi�4ifqufc.tion.- AsTabart aud Co^ possss, in tlvei. faction t(>"beableti} sfate,. that tlie A\ork has been hmioured with thdapprobutiondtthe highest AuthuiltioK in these Iving-doibs, has beca aekn�wledge�l ti> be a Litprary Alomuiiout worthy oi the Hero whose Actions and \ irium it fecmls, andislikely to be ranked aoioug the best Historical Cla!^sic, to any person or penoiis who shall apprehend them, or either of tliein, and deliver them at this Oitice, or otherwise cause them to be securely lodged iu any of the Public Gaols. JEAN PIERRE MULLER, a Lieutenant in the Frcncli Land Service, !Jaye.-irsof age, 6 feet 3 inches high; person Very tliin, and he has a consumptive cough, long vis ige, his nose di.snroportioiwibly long and large; fair complexion; dark brown liair, cut very short behind, with a tuff upon .the top; blue eyes, and is slightly marked with the small box. He speaks good English.' SIMO.V PEREllENE IIORTODE, an Adjutiint Ge-neral and Comuandant 111 the French (.and Service, 10 years of age; 5 teet 10 inches lugh, slight per.-on, long visage, brown complexion, black hair and short, ha/le eyes; a mob? ou the right cheek. Has the perfect appearaiic; ofaFrcnch-mau, and does not sycak English. Ui:bUity iann Kciftxatiou otiiuc nystein, opr4ii�i,.%Btutkeii, -""wfaTSfeD'S ESSENCE of MUSTARt) (JPilUaad GENUINE LIFE OF LORI> Nll.SONi Written by Mi". HARRISON. . 1IIE Public arc rcspoctfuJIy informed, tliatilils greallv hoiionied Work is now completed, in Twt) Vols. Octavo, price lA .'Js. in board-s or hupeiblv pruited on large Royal Paper, llot-prcsscd, vitli Prool luipr.asiiius of the Portrait, Vnce '.i/. bs. ,. ,. , . ' Tliose Sishscribers win) liaVe taken this >Vork in I'arts, or Numbers,at Is. andtJ.s. each, areeaniesilv reiitiested tu complete their Sets, that tlu'y may not, Ucieatter, have to ivgrei the possibility (?iiloii)^sov  Mr. Harrison liiimbly presumes, tftiit the prodigious Nuiii berot original Letter�,"\vrHteii .bv Lord Nelson, �iM whic he has becuMiononred trom all qmnrters, and the vast titml oi interesting' Anecdotes,.commiviiieated by his late Lordshijj's V'.Tinily and I'rieiid-i, mantiest onthe sliifhtest iiisp'-edou, iviJl sullicienCly;demo.'isirate the Autheniveiiy of tliisiieiiuino W orkj which has", mJeed, alreiidy o!i(:iiocd tue aj^fprohiitiuii, aiirt very llatteriiij!; Rrcommenil:it!i>ti, ut ala-.o.^t i-vcry ot Lord Nelson's iamily and J' neiuls, PrintW forf. Chiipple, I'all-.vlall j sold also bv T. Ostell, Ave Maria-lanS i and T. Duttou, la, Gtucechiircli-.ittreet.' . . , . ,. . - y >� ., ,  �. - ; . .,. This dav is published, i'riec rpHE KCLKCriCillOVIKWjKulXXIir. The 'JL flonductors ot this'Publicutioti, ou its lirsi establish-meat, ri'solved tTi combine witha Carctul, candid, und un-p/irtial discliar^v ai their critical duiij^r, a cotiStaiit ivtVi' toti>fc Princintesot Uivihit. Revelation, as thj only certain tbundation At personal hap{>ineM, and prosperity. liiSteaffof pruitituiing their pages tu the i$er�iice of :\ ice. ov tlie Views otanV S^^ct ur Patty, bv Remarks, aud indelicate t^u61aiiiSiis, by the Introduction ot rmvluu!, puliti-calTeiictfior bv ustdiouslvagsailiiig the Docirjiiesofgeunitic t^hcutianUv, tticy dctermmed to present the virtuous i'iir(t t^k^ Hccifloii ot cotjtpetcut aud un-biuised J'uidj^es \uav be trusted, it has iidt only ncgumplished ;it)i characteristicUbi},ecu, but has m vari)tu�points uccesi-fuily rivalled iUiDotj^(ingo(iiiiedCo(upetlt4r4, itnd iamujiv reBuatit cousideraWy Wirpiissed them.- ' v , THIS Valuable Pitblpeiiitd Americat anil a priced Li;;t of new Eni^lUh PuhlicaUtfiwi ' Pri|(itid for La(ignian> Hurst, Uecs, and Unne, Pftterno$>> i. % Odd NWihers t^id Sets of this Worlt, from the Coai� J Meacfofot itil80^-/taiiy bi(had brih-.;l*ubli�tt�ri. lieipsick gate, ,a(na the greatest part.of this corps hail entered (Lis place before noun, and were iodised in the iriliabttants h'otVscs. The rest kept watch ill the cnviron.s of tfte city. His Jftajesty the King of Hoi,lr,and airrivcd alsy here with his goajid in. the afternoon, but he S6t (Jtit again yedtcrday -morning. . \, AH die Hessian ti'obps 4re priscftters of war. The French' troops have o�;topi�4 all the^^g^ giiard^j and th'e care takairby the O'fiifiers to BBain-tainxJrder, and' to' lesseii' to the citizens t6'6 btit-. then of tlic warvrtiisrits the highest p^^ Note trammittcd October 3i{Mtstfeiiii o'clock anil miilHighe., fitjthe French Charged*Affaires .the :Vrim\-qf Upisi Ciisszi^ Fidd M^nkt^^^^^^ the, i^russiun Seh^ice. *' " The undcrsigneif is ordered to' declare, thai his aiajcsty the E'MPEnott is perfectly inforo^cd of the part tli^ Court of Casscl has taken in the Pnis. siati Coalition, and th4t it is. ijj con&qucncc there-, of, that the siix montlis furloughs granted haVe been recalled, tliat htjrses h::vc been distributed to the ca?,-ilry, and that Jlaiiau has been pro'visionei and strongly garrisoitcd.V . , . That it was in vain his Majesty infonniBd 3Pf. ]MAf,sBocrtG, Minist6ip~tif his Scrciie Uigbness'at Paris,' that any arniamcnt t>n the part of Hesse Casscl would be considered an act of hostility: instead of answering thi-s overture, the Court of Cus-sel has ordered M. JMALSBotitt; to denlaud^his passports and return to Cftssel. That tlic Prussian troops have since entered Cassel; that tht>y have bern recwved there with tlio greatest joV Ijy the Ilerv'diiary Pjiincu. a General in tlic Priisbian ser^^ce, who even e�)n has acctMlcd toVthc Confederation of the Rhine, 't'he Ki.rCTou, it is assured, \Vill pay l Legion of llonhur, Coiihi ipanderof theHoyal Ordtf'of the Iron Crouu : / Jo�f!�)t Wy^icxi, Kcptesontativo of the CUha in thtlh'etof 1791; " P61e8, Napolwx the Qlrc?it, the I Tine ..�>, aArttnew itito Poland, aV^'>o^<^<(<'^ thnra .itu. ;