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Courier (Newspaper) - September 18, 1806, London, Middlesex 4,397'. THtlMSBAY, SEPTEMBER 1806. Co. THEATRE ttOYAT,, DRURY-I-ANr:. HpHIS present Evening will be acted the .THE BEAUX STRATAGEM. Archer, Mr. tUbloii; Scrub, Mr. I'cnlef; Mr>. Sullen, Miss Unnrto. After tlie play a Divertisenicnf, composed bylVfr. D'Eg-' " ' The EAiR CIRCASSIAN. r"';;ripa) Dancers, Mndctnoispllc l>itri5�t, Mr, Joubert, *Tv= Sliirp, and Ihc who>p Corps de Biillf-t. ' -Vit'i n>c DOCTOR AND 'jIIE APOTHECARY. Oi', g:-Uintay� She Stdops to Conquer, with The De s-rfr. "^"^lIEAfRfi ROYAL, COV|;.NT.rrARI)EN. JX^O-MORROW flVKNlNG ivilf be performed Octaviart, Mr-Keml)le;lloranthe, Miss Logan. IVith "WE PJLY BY NU^HT."^ The Public are rcapectfttlly informed, Mrs. SIddons will make her fitst appearance tJns.season, an Monday next, in Qiiren Kathjrrmtf, in King Jlciirythcr-Eights ; with The �i^R GILLWAY; D.itNCING iMASTKR, has Itl the hft�our�" liuljfsA"^ bibto wJni-ljaM! Souses the ^st tasbiqjiable rtyl� of Dat.cmg. Eight ?�-�n, for one guinea. Mr. G. gives prKatc Lessons evei-y ^einbVv i.n the Kingdom. Subscription Niglits^cvcry Mon dav evening from thh-e till elfeven. Tcmis of Subscnptbm Biiiv be'known by applyilisat the Academy. Miss 0U-Lh \Y teaches tl4 Kanoforte and Harp-thc Piano three times a weckat two Guineas per quarter,; the Harp Eight Lessons for one guinea. Gentlemen may be aeoommodatert To tJtc wdRTHY and INDEPENDENt ELECTORS of the CITY of >rESTMlN8TER. CiENTLKMI-.N. "^UE mfiliiMcholy CTcnt of Mr. Fox'* Death haiingmadca Vacancy in tlic Representation af this Cityi I presume to oflVr njysclf as a Oaudfdate *n this occa-sion/whirh I must ever dei'pl.v regret.. ' ... - No man cm he ni�irc seivirfilc th.iu.l am of the irreparable loss which w.' hiiye all 5a3t;iiiied-iO the Death of thi' gre.-vt jinrf difitinsuishert Statesmiin. Your own feelings will best sUpjily all thnt can be said on tlwt subject. ' 1' or myself, tliiffefbre, 1 shall only beg^yuu to He persuaded, that if I"shquld be honoured by your support, I shall never cease to r.-mcmber tlmt the bcstciHim that fr can establish t� \our favour, will Iw a sincere and ardent attjicbraeot to the 3 S S 'jJIE GOVERNMENT STATE LOTTERY, cemmcnces DrawinethelStii of NEXT MONTH. 10,000^ for the lirst Dra\Mi Ticket; every other Pr-ize afloat, ft�iu2Q,Q00/. to 20/. r|lHIS PLAN places all who pureliase before JL the Drawing begiiBflii erjog-Cro��^ London. Tffl BISH .assures tfie Ptiblje, that in each JL� the t>v6 last I>�ttcTies he c.&c. ' X. B. In the Ldtte J7,08fi, a Prize of 20,( It'it Sold in Shares by fcf Country Ordersaccoinpanied with .short-dated Bills . enLondoA; Post-OJfice Orders, or Cash in f'arcelsby Coach or Carrier, pHnetnully .attended to, and ('."brresiiondent? may depend on being treated e.itaclly on tl\e same .Terms as it per-lOiially present. -\ , � Letters, Post paid, dulyanswercdyaad Schemes gratis.. . , '^.v;.- OFFICES!.'. ' ' No,3,-CeRNniLt, 119, OxFORD-STnEET, iind H,44, St.-Jastes's-street. � - ODpES;, PAIjNtE, arid Co. StockrBroters, having been materially 'concerned in "the original Contracts-fijSftke Late Lotteries, and hemg Joint Contrn�-tursfor tUe present, ate enabled to sell the TICKETS, SHARES, and CIJANCESy on the mostlibfrial;trnns. IfODnES and Co. whose respectability has been csia-Blished at their Qffi�es,Oxf6rd-street, and St. James's-street,. by the sale, and'punctuality with which thev hav himselfi as Well as. to thow who may feel disposed to honour him with the Directions of their Concerns in South America. Letters (postpaid) addressdl forX. I. M. at Mr. Cuin-. min's 42(i, Strand, will bca^jjjKileil to and punctujilly an-'swrreil. '�� � ; - ^ .;' ' ' , � " ' . ; MGN EY.-Messrs. LtJCAS and Co. beg leave' to inform those that may be inwant,and desirous of borrowing tyniporary or perni.-inent Sums of Money, and pos-/lessed of aiiy assignable property, thiit they may be su(i>plied with-jauy .Jium on fiiir and eqiiitabrc terms, by payinga�> iWeqiiate Annuity liiterestforitliesame. Asalso woiiey will beadvaaced to tlioBC of knvvvn property, &a their personal �Sei'urUy. � ^���� Persoiinl applications are daily received by Mes^s. liucasi and Co. at Nit. 2, J.-imes-stfect, Adel^rfii, Strand; and letters (post paid) answeTi^dwithoiitdelayw Mr. aOWYER's splendid National Wbofc Irfingth POR- . TRAmof the RightHon, CHARLES JAMES FOX. T'llHEJ'ivftlic are respectfully informed, that a � JpL PORTftAIT of this diStingtlTslied ChPractei; is En-;raykig by Brobixey, Esqly to^ Mr. Coortr, No. .30, Winchester-street; London ; or i>ir. Wiggins, Daiibary, acar Cbeknsfurdj Esse.x.,'' .� rpOlK SOLi>,Thrce SPANISH RAMS, of His JL Majesty's pure Merino lir^ed, On TtfESDAJr next, the 23d, at Dixon's kcpesitor\-, Barb&can. Two of them are Yearliiigs, o^ 18 M(>ntlisOidt;the other is Aged.-,\ I'lcece fronva lAmSpif the old. ooe'agirt wa* proiiottiiced bv the'Bath Agricaltunil Society, the fiiM�-t Wool they had ever Stfcn ; and one. Uf these Yuaug ftama L-v in thiS opiniiJBof the Breeder, equally fine.-Will be tttcW Off Friday: ' ' ASUBSCRUTION for the REUEF of tUe IDO W and FIVJE CHILDREN of the bit* Lfcnt. \til.IitAM GAliTON (Who died lathe^GaolattttwuiiKa, wtttre be Was cunfincil for Debt, on the btfar of Ma^t li!D5)� whose ^xtriimcPefvertyT Sickness^ ^ DtttressrXrfe ztcOtOr ntcndMWthecOn$rderutiaa>oCttieJIui}Uuiei. ' ' � . f. ' v...'. �/,�-.�/.. Mrs. Pa0.}i........2 2 0 Cptain i'.. 3 0 0. Mts.Di;*ort ........ 1 00 Miss mxcBf......... 1 aa Mr>; Jones, St. Helens 3 2 U Mr.-JoncS, ditto". 1 10 Capt. New,;.,..;.. 1 1 0 Iklr. It; IS'.'i'lioiaas... 1 10. �Rev.,ltfnr1*as3eit.... 0 5 0 Mr�..iJ&;UK.......0 10 6 PaptrifvWites.....2 0 0 Mr.S.HaUrltiin 1 0 0 Mr. Dilltrin........0 10 6 A Friend..........0 5 0 Mr. Cleaves,........0 10 6 Mr. Ihiufildson...... 0 7 0- Lieut. Parker......0 10 6 Mr. Baker.......... 0 5 G TrleiHls ............ Oil 0 Lieutenant Heard ... 0 10 6 ,Mri.Nichols........ 0 5 0 Mrs, Carder ......... 050 Cai*. Barker....;.. 1 10 Mrs. Barker........ 1 1 0 :Mr.:Bigg .......... 0 10 6 Mr. Arthur Jones ... 1 10 MK.TilhiWl........ 10 0 J. P............... l> 5 0 Mrs. Perry ......... 1 10 Mr.Miaei&uiild..... 1 10 MajbrCaliand110 From a Gentlema*! at Milford........... 1 OO A Frieiid to the Af-v�igtcd,..,;..,.a.v p-lOfi Mra'"endaU....;..^2 2 0 Mrs, ft. JflMties ; ^.V-tV 1 0 Mrs.TraVers...,... tt'lO^. t> Lieut. RdiJeffrtys,' � H.M; AJrtJIlery^^^r 0 i.) 6 Mr,Rees, Killymaeii-Uvrvd.;....^,;.... 1-1 0 Mr.S'trojiid.......... 1 10 Mr. J. Lancaster..... 0 IQ tj 1*rlce 6^ � NAVY-.OFt�ICE,Sept.9, 180v. . i Principal Officers and Commissioners of Jfis Maje%lu^i h'mif do titrebjf givje Notice, that en. Thursday, t/it 25th imt. at 'Jko a'O'oeli in the Afternuunt t/ity will put up to SaU, at thiir Officei in Sameriet Place, . ills A^irstvf Ship (itlANA, lyiDf Sale nmu be had Kertj aM at m.rardsi Capt.R. Jones, R.N. 2- S Lieut. Sawyer,, 2d' 2 0 >lo. 2�,467 a Prize of L,20,Q0O-16,705 ........ 20,000 12.300......... 20,000 24,787,..,...... 10,000 7,12110,000 2,881..v.w..- 10,000 N�..30,833aPrizeof L.5,60O 28,838 ......... 5,000 18,060 ........ 6,000 ' 36,030 ........ 5,000 9,.787 ........ 5,000 :1940^;.....,. 5,000 U. B.. The Drawing will cotnnntiice on the 13th October. HODGES and Co. have no canncxitw with any pther Ot-jkeinLpndon, MORE CAPITAL PRIZBS, And Pive Thousand less Ti*ketsthaulast State Lottery, ' The First drawn Ticket entitled to ,fEN THOUSAND.POUNDS5 ..^_ All..�lhin-Capital Prizes arc alloat. TlUftGHASER8 of Tickets and Shares w5U hare the Oppartunlty'ofobtaVniiig all the Capital Prizes, ?tnivided they unrehttse bcfjtre.the Drawing commences, wUiiliwiHbccni the 13th bl OcteTier next.-I'heSeheme ciiuiiiins eqm^Advawtages of' TWENTY THOUSANW POUUD PJRIZES, TEN THOUSAND .POUND FRIZES. , FIVl? THOUSAND PQWDPRI7ESv&c.&c* ThefonnerLptlcriesofdoublethe Number of Tickets 20,000 Tickets-only, a"d  HdH)ther State Lottery ttt be Drawn this Year^ ^. � . . .^v., -SCHEME.- ? ^ , , Np.of Prizes. �  Yali'ieof each.  Total Value  3, ............... .L.2O,00U........ r.. .L.fK),000 3...............1 35)00............ 15,QiW 5...,....,....... .1,800............ 5.000 8................ 'Koo...________.: With rttpeet to^eRllicf^Jpoj*^^^ 3l|i> Bo#yc:r begs to assure thfe Public that OtSSIs de�4Vieil i�y tltetreflrAMr FnsnJs ofi.tltBtillustritHSStatesman, tobeby far the most identified of.any th|ng which has ever bcea taken. In Mr. ^oW}ieir'sList of Subscribers ta these Three National PprtraitSyhe has been honoured with the names of the most distinguished Characters in this Countrv, which List, together with the Portraits themselves, may be ^eeu at the Historic Gallery, Pail-Mall. THe Portraits may bo subscribed for either together or se-parately. [ '. No Money to b#paid till the Engraving is delivejfcd. , cn Monday nexfi will be published, price 2s. THE TRIAL whidi took place at the late Somerset Asiiees, of -JOHN: DOEKE ROMNEY ROUVELLETT, Eso. for FORGERY. Takenin Short Hand by Mr. ALEX. ERASER.. Mr. Rouvellett having persisted in asserting biS innocence to his dying.inomTent, a full statemeilit of the Evidence on wbicli he was convicted becomes necessary, to Satisfy the PubiicTheirnportiintExamination-of Miss Elizabeth Bar-net, the principal witness against tbe,prisoner,^ his own De-foncp, and several other particulars, are detailed, in this publication, which have not yet-appeared in print, Mr. Frasfr having been the Only Shurt-Mand Writw present. Published by Messrs. Longriioti, Hurst, Rees, and Onntf, Paternostcr-row;. W. J. and J. Richardson, Royal Ex-change; Mr. Hatchard, and Mr. W. Stuatty Piccadiliy. '. OAI^, ASH, AND ELM TIMBER. .* To be SOLD pursuant to an Order of the high Court of  -Chancery,.made in a Cause ASIIE against MONTAGU, before John Campbell, Esq. one of the Masters of tbc siid. Court, althe Public Sale Roum of the said Court, situate itt'Southampton Buildings, Chancery-lane, Londouvlhe beginning of No.VEMBER liext, PART of the TIMBER, con-sistlng of OAK, ASB^and ELM, growing on the Estates late of JAMES; MONTAGU,. Esq. dece.nsed, situate in the several Parishes of Lacock, Corsham, Alilerton, and UulUivington,. and in;' the Forest of Pewsliamyinthe County of Wilts, in several; distinct Lots. �' � ; The Timber may be viewed and particulars had on appli-. cation to William Hughes, Esq. Devizes; Anthony Guy,' Esq. Chippenham 5 or to Mr. Darley, Surveyorfat HuUajTr ' ington, wVwiiJ amjoint a proper person to attcu(l f(M- thitt purpose.-Particulars also may be bad (gratis) at the oflitie (if tlie said John Campbell, .Esq. Southampton Buildings aforesaid; Messrs. Maddock and Stevenson, Solicitors, No; 8, � Lincoln's Inn, New Square; of Messrs. Nethersolc and Portal, Esse:t-stFeet, Strand; of Messrs. Philpot afid Stone, i' Hare-court, Temple; and, of Mr. Cooper, Surv�yur, No.4, Earl-street, Chatham Phc^'y Londmi. , ^ , :; .- HALLAM'sANTIBiLlOUS.PiLl^, , Invented by ]gDWARD HAi,LAM, Surgeon and Ajpothe-cary f the Rfellgious Persuasion of Quakers, Bury St. Edmunds. r JpiHIiilsafp and'elegaut preparatkm is-justl)r es.. JL teemed for its agreeable and eeptain operation^ ,&y which it ollln'tually removes, all Inaction or Obslnictlpqof tire Stoc'mach-and Bowels; whctherarlsing from ftiie, Indi^ geatioo,' F&tulency� or Cpld; .Sickness at Stomack; Ileadx-achVatc.. It operates: by disb)dgi�tg acrid bile or other cru-riitiesretjtined in'the intcstilial caual,;aiMlactsaii an.altera-tivo lb the system-^ generally. Fr^c from any anthpojiist Of rtercrirlaf i>r?paratioB900 at)........;.,. 82,000'. ' L.moorf:''. Mrs. LloydyNeath.. 1 Mrs. Bassett,Neath.. 1 Mr. Macdbnald, 2d Subscription...... 110 Mr. Bruce..........1 10 Adm. Rainier in pjl- '� dition............110 CapLLye;......... 0 11 0 Rev. T.Powell .,,-.1 10 J. LleAveiyn, EsqC Peiillerggare ...,.. 1 Admiral \ ouiig .... 2 Adminil Sutton..... 1 Captain Hammond.. 1 Captain SirT.Hardy 1 Captain F. Maitlaiid 1 Hon. Capt. Paget .5. 1 Capt. G. Milltir____1 Capt. Loriiig........ 1 Capt. Brace;.......1 -Capt. Poyntz....... 1 : Ciipt. F. W. Austin Capt-.0 10 0 R.M. H. M. S. Blanch^.......... R. Jones,- Esq. Fon- - -. .mon Castle........ 110 R. Wrixon, Esq,....0 10 6 Mr.. .Griffiths, Surgeon, Cardiff......0 10 6 Mr; Williams,-Lun- daff.,0 10 6 Mr. T. Dalton, Cardiff.............. 010 6 �Miss Jenkins, Lsm- >daff..............0 2 6 Mr. A. Mathews, do. 0 2 b Mr. M'Fcrson, do... & 2 6 1 0 2 0 ] 0 1 Q 1 0 1 0 10 Ifl 10 1.0 1 0 10 10' TO 1 0 1 0 10 1 0 2 0 10 10 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 5.0 1 0 1 0 0 10 6 1 10 1 1 0 1 10 I 1 o and'those of sedentary....., .... bowels-is wjt.Dccpt. up, and crudities retamejj, la thoreot-gaiisarcfriJquehtly producing pain� and.disteflsions, h^ad-r achs laifqwor^ .and giddiness, "� - "f w*�r.neM and The Prometers of the above Supscriptron, in the name of the distressed Widow, beg to present tlie ijiateful acknowledgments of Herself and Children for tlic imporliint As-I; tistanoe tli'us aftjprded iit atiinc of the utmost need: had not �diei^Vtflcnt hand of Cbatitv been so liberally extended ...... " thinn, they must incvitablylliave sunk under the pres- heir tbmpncatcd affliction and indigence. ibera willbe gratitled to learn that the second Tickets and Shares are on Sale �t all the Latter%mta. , ricket.....i...,,...,...,,L,i9 jtj 6' |[[^lf...iaf� li}�i^.ll 0 0 Lieut.W. torsam... 0 IQ 6 Capt. Ellicott, Ex- ^ plosion.........., 0 10 6 Hon.Cnpt. Lake, Va-lorsus............. 1 1 0 Capt.Jackson, Edgiir I 10 Lieut. Robertson____0 10 6 Capt. M. SuiitU .... 1 0 0 Capt. Graham ...... 1 10 Lieut. Stewart____.. 1 10 CapLDavies ,..,:.. I 10 RightHon. tlie Earl of Jersey........1 Hon. Capt. Fleming 1 Mr. Mercer ........ 0 Rev. Mr. Brandon... 1 Cnpt. J. Baker..... 1 Mr. J.Meek........ " N.Brown,. Esq....;. E, Trahcnie, Esq. London........... 10 0 Captain Wbllastoiij It.N............. Captain Fitzgerald, U. N. Haverfordwest ............. Captain Longcroft, R.N.Cardigan.... Lieut.C.iYmes,R.N. MilflMfd...._______..1 S. R.R.N, do....... 0 10 6 E. M. R. 0 10 6 Capt. Ellison,. 11.X. ditto............. 010 6 Lady Vernon.......1 10 J,H. Lloyd.........1 colonel Cai)per..,.. 0 Capt. Bruce........ 0 J. Davies,C�mliir.... 0 Admiral Martin...;. 5 Friends at Portsmouth, by Adm. M-arllu........... 4 Friends at Gosport.. 0 16 0 Lieut. J.Mapli:s, R.N.1 1 0 Lieut. Levcsconte.... 1 Capt. (J. Hope ...., 1 Mr. Diiiiciui........ 0 Mrs. Brown........ 1 Capt. Sturt, R. N. .. Lieut.'Dennis,...... Lieut. Kent........ Lieut. Shirley ...... Ciipt. Gale....... LiiUt. C.F. Burton J. Carsellis, Esq..... 0 10 6 Lieut. Lo\ve.,i...... 0 10 6 Lady Mariin........ 1 10 Mr. J. M.irtin____.. 1 10 Miss L.Martin......0 10 6 Miss A. -Mariin..------0 10 6 10 1 0 10 6 10 6 10 6 5 0 4 0 VICTUALLING OFFICE, Sept 15y m>i. Ceuimimoiiera for f^ictuoHmg, Hif Ma- y jextg^i Smif d� hereby gtvt mitbc,.tJi9^it^^^ /A� 2f)/A iWant, thca sHlberea^tifrtctitie Tettiettia aril-' ing (tedfed up/traiid: trtat. for THREE IttJNDREO CHALDRONS of PlTrf f A.VriELU ilOOlf COAL.^ taXi jfajitvf^ detiuered immtdiultlifia iKo. ittllre Cargoet^ fmevj uilcAarge and iwfc, A/o Mis JUi^Cj/'i f^ietuaUii^ Premiie* at Uebtford, ami to be paid far bif JUitU pat/abtci toith'itttertxti: idnely day* after date, . 'J'hc eundiHatu of the CoaUximo^ btiem tUike anrttmrfn. � No regifrdwUl behad 10 antfTettder ii* mUtkHlt J^riee shall, tier be Inserted in tuurds length* or that ttfiAtntftUt 4Uittir�A l(t the Board before one o'Clodt on tte . Frid:^^ the '28/A instant, Dur untaK'tbepertmt who mtihe*. the l:t� der, ar some persutt an hxn- behalf, utieniU, to^ntmer teh.'^* , called for. : ,  > � . VICTUAUU-Ntr OFFlClv, sept. 13, ibj.. THE Vomitmsionera for FictuidUng'Sb Ma-jeiity\J*favi; doherebiigiL'cyirtict,thaton'We^aeiday, the 21//J instantr t/iey will be ready to receive Tend':..i h: Krinng, (teitled up) and treat for EIGHT HUNDRED QUAIJTERSI PALE, ami TWO HUN;;Rin QUARTERS of CLO.SE DRIED AMBER malt; ... be delivered in a forinight, by kccUIo p.upurlium, in^n : j Maiestii'n yictaailin!; Stores at, DepijoM: and for V'j': HC.nDREU quarters of pale, and onF. liU DRED quarters of close DRIED A.Ml^! ' m.'VLT, /u 6e delivered in a furlaighl, bj Kcehlj prep lions, into Ilis Majesty's f^icluuiling stores at i)iiser. tehole to be pitid^ Hills paya'jle,a:ith Interest, riir.eiy days after date. T/ie Conditions of the Contrasts nifiy be seen at the .Ssr, e-taryy Office. No regard Kill he had la any Tend'ir in which the piicc shall not be-inserted in icords at kiigtk, or that shall not be delivered to the Hoard before One (HClockon the said Wednc" day, the 2lth instant, nor unless the person iclio rna!;e.i thi Tender, or some I'erson on liis beluilf, alUnds la answer iciieii called for. ; - . .. ~' lJlAO^'s .^jN ilii�ALlUt.?> rfflHESE Pills havelong obtained a just celebrity JL in the private practice of tiie Pr.�[irictor, Mr. Dixon, Apf)tliecary ; and from their .^reat success in inany obsttn;:tc Bilijms disorders, on numerous Patients of distinction and otiicrs, he waspei'sair cd to otter them to the public, mider the approbation and the sancti'on of Ihcir ii:imiir:iltl4reiJiedy^for re-hjioring the tone to tlie Stomach, for carin? Indigestion, toif pr(*ventink Crudities, audtheircoitsfqucr-tclisagrf-eEble eructations and fl.atulences. Tlii^y prt'vent i!-.ibitaalaiid tempor-rtry costivcnesfr sick head-sclis', and. heart-bum which is oc"-casionedby pregnariey, and a dibilitatclstomap.'i, whether arising frohi the acfiiiiony of thercdunJant bile, intcinperatc diet, or driakiog to excess.  : ' By promotinga due secretion of tb?bli.S THACKERAY, Maxcucster, Afho hiid the original authentic Receipt from his Brother, � ho married the "only daughter of the late Mrs. Iladtiel:!, who alon.-; was in pos-sessson of tbat invaluablesecret, and by whom it was never imparted to any ether pcrsfcti-,, wnieh may be easily proved if any one should doubt.. It has been l-nmi'iiled by the Puhl'ie. who knew its valuRble Sroprrties, tiiat the gn^'at age and inlirmities of the lati-Irs. Hadfield, had so long pivvinti'd her from preparing it.; and the Bunibertessapplic-atiuiis fur it.since, sujlicicHtly pove its:superiority- to ,ipi;Tious Tinctures which have been imposed on the public, under thut name, during her inabilitv to continue it. For the s.-tkc of preventing t'nese couiit-.Tfeift in future, and other reasons, it has bet-ii thought iKcssary to ch.ingi-t,Se shape'of the bottle to a sqaaac nu'u'.d-'d oi;e, A^i'h tli� Hiaker''s name T. Thackeray, iVr. tvi the foiir siiics, whicj will bethe only shaiw the Venl Tiuciure w:it be sold in, ia future: t-Uc hand-bills iuolostn,^ every battle, with directi.His for using it will also be a iiillo varied, incjaling some ao-counti of its ,prapcrt!CS which have been recently discKverett; and as all the counterfeits nu^vose the evaei ci>py pt' the old one, the annexed copy will be us.'d iii future, cvfy " one signed with his naiiie. This tincture," which no other perJon in the world has the secret of prepar\ng, is of such unequallrd yirtu.", t'lut a tvw drops, immediate ly applied with lint, or old soft liueu rag. 10 10 0 0 10 6 110 1 10 0 10 6 0 10 6 0 10 6 0 10 6 0 7 0 by a tew times dressing ; it is exceedingly clticacious in stop, ping blood, and has beeu succ>?ssfully use'd ia recent bruises andscalds ; for strains, nothing wai ever superior ta rabbinz the pill t allected with this tincture, with tlic band wanadl by a good fire J and the s-ime application the b dnips in'a glass of any kind of white wine,- gives present , ease, and being persevered in pcrfectsa cure; it has ever beca found a sovereign remi�dy iii spitting blood, or ,iu eases af broken ribs, sr any inward crush, bmise or fnicture, by tak- ptted out, an'cl uUced iiiidor the care of Capt. 1. (W M�J��ty^ S''fp St. George, who well ktiewul^wne Lieut; Galton, and considered him a very mc-, titttriAwtMBccr, and for tbc tJather'ssakc has bumaaeJV takea eliarge of the s��. \. .ThcB�r3fin�vtH be thankRdlv rrccived by t. Jenkins,. S^t'ditseii, Printer of the Cadkbtiah, and General Weekly Ad* , vertlscr tor the PrinclpaUty pf Wales; or, Messrs. Cooke aild l*t>p�Ed, No. S,.Ja�e^tireet, Adelpbi, Uu'doii. nolVonfincd to the human species cnly,as,it is equally useful in wounds or bruises in all descriptions otanimaU, and has n-bccu kn own ta Sportsmen in the South, by the name of IKnches ter Oil, aiHl no appli�;tiou was ever found iDOr.-0 lickly elBcicious in all Woundsor bni sc^.m aogs or horses., ?fiis lould grow thick.insevoretrost,b-^�i.g bcilnti^w m.-: nutes by a warm fire will restore it. and it kept well stopped,; '�S;^Ji^'o?d*^'Ku^^^ near Mancbester.-f.\nil al*" by �i�s up^o nt.veut. by Messrs. Bacon and Co. 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