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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 18, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5^0. .... LONIJOi^.:ttlE T' THMATRB-ROYALi DRVRV.t.AKS. 1HIS  EVENING.  TUESDAY, J�n. ,18. bii SlaiMiy'll Kenraoli �iU pnr�rin Uic Comedrcf WlLl)   OATS; OR, THE StROl.j'.IN'rt ,�ENTI.EMEy. 9r r.rnrge Thunrirr, Mr. Uiniih. i ft(.�rr, Mi-. Bllirtop H.rry Thunder, Mr. FeuHy; B.i.k., Mr. P..wel| ; .luhit Dorr, .Mr. GatliF; Farmrr Gammun, Mr. Mrnditb; bamp, Mr. Kcelrf; Ephraioi Smooih, Mr. Mundm; Sim, Mr, Kniebt; Mat,, Mr. Maxnrll.   Lady Amarauih, Mr*. Vf. Vfrti; Aint^a, MrV.Kmghl; Jane, Miu Kelly. Aflrr vrbicb, 80lh lime, an rntirely new Coidix Paiitamime, calird " * JACK AND THE BEAN STALlJ; Or, HARLEQUIN AND THE'iOGRE. Tht Oerr, Mr. Hiidtnn; Jack, Mi>i Pnvryj-aftrr^ank Har* Ir^uin, Mr Boloeiia ; PaiiUtuon, Mr. Hardand} Pawn. Mc. Suullihy. Jart'a Itloth^r, Mr*,. Pearcr; Jaaetla (after^sttl} Cuivmbint], Mi Trer. The Doon will be opened at Hi>lf p�5f Six o'clock; Ibe Perfurmanc'e will Cdminriicc pi-eciarly at Seven. The B.ix.Officcwill be o|i�-ii from E'^"" Five o'Clork .i-P|iicr> 10 be nikcii of Mr. Rodwcll, Box Rook-keeprr. Prlvnle Roxrs Jo be had (iiiehlly)  �hb 4� appointed C ,i�ell  ,     , To mnrrow, .4 New Way lo Pay Old Debts, wilb Jark and the Bran .Sinlk. On Thurtday, a variety of popular Entf rtainmentii, ihe ProfilKof wbirh uiebt will be forwarded lo the Committee preciiliii); over ibe Fund now railing fur prraons deatilnte of uighily �hi llir. On Ffi'lny, Olbrllo, wilb Jack and ibe Bean Slalb. On Monday next, CorioUnus ; Caiua Mai'Cius, Mr. Kean, kit firat appearance in that rharacler. THEA riiB-nOYAC, COV F.NTGA KD EN. THIS   kvening.   TURSDaY, Jan.  18, will be acted Sliak�peare'� Comedy of AS YOU LIKE IT. Duke, Mr. Egfrion ; Duke Firdeiick, Mr. Cbaprnvi; Aniirn�, .Mr. DuriiErt ; Jatjurt, Mr. Rlarready; OrlxMdn, Mr. C. Krmhie; Adam, Mr. T.iry; Touchdoue, Mr. Faw-cut; Oliver, Mr. Connor. RoRalind, by a young Lady (her 3 if that renowned Koight and Squire are faithfully puurtrayed Ibroucliout. QoiXada (afterwards Dun Quixote), Mr: Norman; bia Niece (afterwards Columhim), Misa Scott; Santbu Panzs (aflrrwards Clown), Mr. Grimaldi;. Nicholas (the Bather), Hr. Norris; Sampson Curaico (afterwards flarlrquio), Mr. Ellar. The Doors wtH he opened at half-past Six; Ihe perform-anre will begin at Seven. � * Boxes 7s ; Sewid Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 3l. 6d.; Second Price 2�.-l-ower Gallery :2s. ; S'Cund Price :1�.-;Upper Oallery Is.; Second Price W. ,*rbe new Pantomime of IJarie |Mid.i..!.; : .        _,. . , Hants, Isle of Wight, Lincastcr, York, OATS,    . Toliis ^lujesly'a Cavalry ,U Cantomnenla and Qinrtera, in the nbder-menliuued Cotmly: Cumberland. .That;the Deliveries are to commence ot> and.fur Ibe Twenl'yififth day of February n^xtT"i1��t Proposals in writing, sealed up'and marked " Te'nd^fbr Army Sopplies," wiU be rereived at this OiEcc on or brfufe Tuesday, (be l�t day of February next (but no'ie will be received'after Twelve o'clock on ibat day), and if seat by posl^llke post-age must be paid. --i^'. Proposals must be made separately for eaelf, County and.Islaud, and each, Prop^ital nAiist have t(iej[4^tUr which is annexed Iq (he Tender, properly 6llcd np, by two Persons of known Properly, engaging t(i become bound with the Parly tendering in the amoniit slated in the priuted particulars for the due performance of Ihe Contract; and no Propofal will be noticed unless made on a printed'Tender, and the prices expiess^^d in words at lent;th; and should it so bap|>eii, that during the Continuance of the Contract uo Troops should be.sup. plied by virtue of Ihe same, the amount of the Sl'aiiipa on the Contract and Bond, paid in ibe first Instance'by the Coutraclor, shall be refundtd to him. Particulars of the Contracts may be had upon application at these Chambers, between the hours of Eleven and' Five, and at the Office of Deputy Cuminissary General Young, Edir.burfcb. P.S.-.Samples nf the Bread and Mral may be seen at the Office between the Hours of Twtlve and Two. This day aie published, 3 lorn. 8vo. 34s. ME.MOIKES pi)urs-,v.r i L'HISTOIRE .fe la VIE PRIVEE, du RETOUR, el da REGNEde NAPOLEON en 1815 Printed fur John Murray, Albemarle-street. A TRANSLATION of this WORK, 2 vols. 8vo. will appear in a few days. I    �- FAIRY TALES. Tbisday whruugb:lhe cuuulry aiid the mtlropuUs is so painfully obvious, ilt�l ihe Com-�nittreuf Ihe Widows' Friend and Benevolent Suciriy find it unnr�i.���u�e�. iliinr; andiy. Mr- �e�.r�; U'yair, 5J," F(e r�J�m"'"f ^^ar-ing-cross; WissM."Itrowui-i l-augbJrii,>nd Co.'?5, Biicfc-lersburyj Jilt�ike tfy^iieirs. flattlfattf aiid Sun,'1�0, PiC ladilii. NEW NOVELS. This day \% published, price 69. balfbound, THE CIRCULAIING LIBRARY. Vol L: consisting of Gleufelli, ui .Maciloiialds and Campbells; an Edinburch Tale of Ihe Nineteenth Century. And at the same lime. Vol. 11. consisting of an elegant Translation of Madame de Genlis' new Novel of Petrarch and Laura. Printed for $ir Richard Phillips and Co. Bride court, Bridge-alri'it; and to be iiatd of W. .Sams, Pall mall; and of all Buoksellrra aod Libraries hi Ihe first instanre, for the sake of completely deve. loping the capability uf Ihe phn, two vulnmeB of this Series baVe been published al the fame lime. The third Tulunie, lo appear in course on the 15ih of February, will comprise three exquisite Spanish Tales, from Leandra de Valladoras. BOOK OF REFERENCE. In a few days w';ll be published, in a very thick royal ISmo. vol. prire 12s. in boardr, or 13s.-in red, '^nHE chronology of the la.st fifty J. . YEARS ; conlaiuing-arcuraie Details of all Ereuts, Occurrences,and Incidents of general iuteri-st, which have taken place between the years 1770 apd IS'^O. This is inlcnded to form an annual volume, constantly embracing llie same period of &0 years, adopleil as the period of an Bciire generation; during which events contioue lo operate and have a pfculiar interest, nut satisfied by reference to general Chronologies and Histories. Such a vo-Inine must, it is presumed, find a place in due lime on every library table, aud iu every book case of tbe British Empire. Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. Bride.court, Bridge-street; and to be had of all Booksellers. 4 6 S I 6 3 1 a 2 2 B 5 6 S 5 1 2 3 6 1 I I 5 1 1 9 5 b 2 1 2 1 1 3 I 2 5 & 2 1 1 f 4,400 19   0 i   i. w to S' � ME.MOIRES DE NAPOLEON PAR LUI-ME.ME. En qnelqurs jours sera publies, en 8�o. 12s. MEiVlOHiES pour aervir k L'HISTOJRR de ISIS; 'compreuant le Retour de I'lslc d'Elbe; tt^lails de la Caiaille de Waterloo ; el Oliservaiioos sur les Evi'ienients qui la suivlrent; re qui forme le neurieme LIVRE des MEMOIRES HISTORIQUES de NAPOLEON. ECRIT par i-UI-MEME. Celtc parlie e t publiie la preiniire, vu son inl&it ptt. eininani dans ce muinent-ci. Les auIres Livres paraitruut ttusnitftt que lea crrcoustaoces le permelti-out.  Une Traduction en Anglais, par Mr. O'Meara, der. uiii' � pour faux, il cause des retraiichemenls et des ctiange-mrui'a qu'ou y a fait afin de �e conformer aux vuea de la police Fraiif tise, neanmuius deux milie etceroplniiwa se aunt .vendus di(iw no ji>ue; et on vient de retfevoir Tavfa. que depuia il a e t suppriiui - Dans les ediliuiis Franftise et ' Anglaise qui s'linpiiaieut a Lun^res, un ne s'ecsrtera nulls- , metit du Manusrrit ve'uu de St. Ilil^ue, qui est enire lea maiiit da Libraire.'" '   . 8TR1C3UUES CURED, y a oew Method itie abuve tit.uhlesome Complaint is entirely eradicated (withaut lheii*a of Binigie. ur Cajtfslir),^ wbetlker uC luog ur shgrt t|.aiuliug, as well aa all wcakitesiira generally accumpauying |ti, aii(l in aaliqrl linie tlt� wlible sysi^in 'is re-eiilabt!sh(i^; Wilis'^ One uf' tbe 'greaiect'ilivco*'ries ever ittade, b^ J'.'LYI^CHj'^'^Dube. ^->Hrcei,'St..J'iiaiva'>.  i    i''^' |,  *�sp^-ciabl*i�fer�4tcei will    giT�B\tf)requir�d-rfAH l�t- XB<-T^ prier of tlir MiiiclM, U Five, ^ads   B. qoihelt - Tho8',vW>lby Walker WHby William Welby Robl. Hagard A and E Driver Renoart and Suni r. vv. Octariu* Wigrarri Auderton, Wilkina, aud Wilkjna Richaril Brook A few Clerks in the Secretary's � R. Carpenter      ,-  k R Carpenter, jun. W. Hulfomhe, Eaq^' Rev R. Roberta Law.ou      "  - Drvas andSnlilh A B^own Mi.18 Walter G. |j>dger J. Nixon J. Gol.l.mid J. L.O.>ldsmid Cox, VVeuloii, and Co. Thomas Tliuru J. Bliicksley Churl.� Prall Daniel PcoJrr, Esq. J. Warren T.Wheeler H.Burl M. P.rkfurd and Co. G W Ellen Lape, O. Field, jun. Samuel George M. Ruhintoo Mr. Newbury W. L. S. H. and J. F. J. N Vincent R. Fieleher Lieut -Gen. Thornlon IVkilcpliu Dunnetr^ Noy and Hardalune ThoK. Simpson Sc Co. Moses Muulefiure H.Tarnham John Fair F. Willey B. D. and C. P. S. Mrs.Natt Thomas Natt J. Diggeua S. Hawes F. and G. Clay and Co. J.Fenncll Scatcherd jc Letterman J. Nicholla J. B. Thomas Smart Noyal Enrepsa Jasper Peck J. Mariolt J.S., senior J. W. Hooper W. Delafield F.. Browne C. R Perceval A. M'Farlane J. Brnckfield Leech,Dallimnrr,&Co. 10 10 H. U. Smith and Ne. phew C. P. G. F. Paynler Thomas Clay H.and W. Pouiiiett John Duuttuu J. liiglcby J. Cullina J., I., and E. Reynolds Thomas Evans P Jennings H. Crack low and Son Hilrorkand Walton iflme* Oafilnp. Mi^lligao i^nd Co. Erlward Rule ~ OoaxbljBhdCn. AL5tr,J.W.i,aM>�tk *.      awl Co'm. A: VT:             " .    r. London Courier Ncsra- papei* "10 10 PRirr. 74. a . Mrs. Riplev Miaa'Kiiil.Y .Mr*, n Rtpl'r   ' JaiiM * b�id..i-     ^22   'At ch: G. .M'rnie       . 1 Major Gen. N. Po�lvtt 2 T. H: Dunrrll Lady Pijrgoit Capliiiu Furrcat C..H. ' ^ R. Pi^oJon Ci^lkin Sir E.Tucker _ Hon. MiavF.GrtontoO 4 1 f Hon Mis�C.J.Grin�lon3 Mrs. A. Chaiitbera 5 J. G. Barker - 1 Henry, Wia. aod Eliz. Barker .    .   .   0 C E Pigon,G.O'Corill, and Co. Anonymr�ns R^v. K H. Horsl'X Mrs. Anderson R. P. - B. D W. A. Curling H. Perlley W. Pilkingloii Mrs. P. Robert A'Jair Lord Caatlereagh Lady Calltlerea^b Lord H.nliy Colonel Napier Wheelwright and Co. L. P. W. ; Lieut. Cubkney 10 10 10   0 Henry Mrnx aiul Co. -w 'nn Clerks nl Everett's 3{ S^. 61I Walker. Malcby. &Co 10 10 Wm.Colling.ood 1   1 At Sikesiind Cu.'a. I   0 b 1 1 1 1 1 ^ 6 1 1 & 10 10 10 10 b   0 1 10 !> 1 10 10 1 0 3 *^ 2 0 5 2 1 1 12>. 6d. 1 I 1 1 1 6 1 2 1 1 9 I 2 2 2 I 1 1 2 1 I 6	0 b	0 5	5 1	11 5	5 1	1 5	b 3	3 3	3 1	0 1	0 3	0 2	2 in	0 5	0 2	0 Rev. Thomas Taylor .Miss Taylor Danl. Tineiwood 3(. Is. 6d. A few Buokbiiiders at Mr. Lycttl's	1	0 Captain Dwylr	1	il A.B.	1	0 T. Windus	2	2 P. Laurie	I	1 Rev. C. W. Le Bas	1	1 T. aud G.'SedduU	b	b Rook aud Co.	2	2 J. L. Powuall	&	0 Sk. Rubiuson	1	1 W. R. Murley	1	1 Dr. VVarbnrton	6	0 G.R. Dawson	6	0 R. Worihinglun	1	1 Lord Hrniy Howard	ft	0 AtC. W. Hick and Cu.'s. S. P.iynter  . ' 10 10 M. I'edra .      b  0 J. S. . 1 H. Woodtburpe, juu. 1 J. S. . 2 VV. Montague 8 J. Ellwood 1 R. Ewiiig, E$q. 10 Lyon Phillips 1 A few Geoilerorn of - the Stratford ( Ub 47.1. bt. Tbomaa lAnderson ^ , ' Edward Gaiiisfo.d 1 0 Mr<. (^aiMfdrd 10 CullechBu 4|tr 8o�-, Gbifrflt.(pr. I'rullapf} SirT. Uanu^.Bart.M.P.lO G. Milw-ard S E B. Fox 5 Admiral Hallidiy 5 J H. D..rke . 1 Mm. Daike . I T. March . 5 Sir U Wigrnm 10 10 J J Sparrow 1   0 H. S. Pearson - \ I R. Siockrr - 11 1'l .hana       -        1   1 I. Wright and Co. b 0 C. Richardson - 2 2 J. F. Mesturas       Bank 10 H) He'iiry Hawkiua 1   I X. - 10 J. B Camming      -    1   I C. M. , - 10 Mr*. & Major Harrison b 0 Lady Walsingbau b 0 Thomas Waire b b Rev. B. Evitus 5   b D. X. . .. 10 , , Al Snow and Co.'J. Dr. Monroe , 6 O Charles U'cVor b 0 G. Helyai . II T. H.P,.       -           8   3 At Stepbeiiaon't. 19 10 2  2 ..^iiigley f�r Wilson S^uel Mrndhaai, ' Hvlpt, Rnr, and C�, Ci'^Littletbile At Verc'aV Pf. Messrrrry A Friend, per ditto ^..Bultrnsbaw Jilfci Eagleton - AI Rogers'. Boliert Rii kardi John Fin h Mrs S. Sayer ElwarH Pryor E. B Oldrievv W.. Bromley F.C 4-: I 5 i ft 1 a. 9   2 10 10 &   5 5   5 10 9 il,9d. At SiUii, Payne.'iiiiJ.ieii'a' , 'F.c-efiaViwii  ' Mrsi Pge^Chappetl'  �' t  * Thuinas Appletuu 9  0 Sir B. CudringiiM 5   0 T Gi-e�ne - 11 Fiiimure, Pakuer, and ,. Co. 5 .5 J like*,' Cuulson, aud Cii: ^=' -y-'-. � a J.Ashlon.and $on* S --Wigklufaa I J.,E. pilctier    - 1 ; Buiier Brolbcrii ' i .lAl-Btuauqaet^g;': AV.U^bta'C -   j  4 9.,M;.(��rgaa.   . I It. H Gucdvn 10 10 Win. Smart r. F. Hemminga A. B R. aud W. Borradaile and Co. At Marriott's. Marrinti, King, & Co. 10 10 Wm. Smith -   1    I John N�'wton -   2   0 J'lhn Robinson & Son   2   2 Adm. Sir James Sju- inares, Bnrt. -   b   b Al Jones, Loyd, and Co.'s. J'nea, Liyd, aud Co.   21 ro'linan.Lainl>ert,&Co: 5 J J  Heusley J   Gaw.*n Daniel Hazard Al Pole's. G. Griffith C. Wil.oM, Sons, fc Cu. J. anil B Praise 10 10 J Siiealh . 1    1 Plummer and Co !   0 Sntion, Hallaily, jiCu. 10   0 Al Grules'. Prearol aiid Co. 10 10 At Durrieu's. John Jones I    I Tfaur�tou Dale 2   0 At Currteaud Co's. Cuirie,   Raike�,  aud Co. . Mrs. Raikes G. Simpson R. Guuldiug and Son ^'�rFoller'�. John Rohbins Win  Moualford W. F. At Bond's. Mr. W. Coslett At Perriug's. Sundries Mrs Nirhulsnn Miss Diimergue John Nichols, Esq. James .Morgan Thomas Flint M. L. Rev Drj Evans Moure and Bowers At Barnani's, Thomas Dimadate Mooier, Slangcr, aod Co. Thus. .Massey Genilemeii  uf the Freight Office, E. 1. House At Williams's. Cook and Warieu Geo. Collard Rolit. Siniih Small and Lane J. M. and W. D. J. West At Glyn's. J. V. Tucker Ht-rrou and Sons E audS. Puyndrr C. Bates C. Hague Muusley Miss .Mills W. Mills. Esq. John Mills E W. R. ftlills J  Ryley and Son I H. H. Hulbeik, Esq. i Clarke and B.irlow i Win. Claike I Mi�. Claike Laucasler, Sun, & Co. 10 10 At Spouucr's. C.H. Knight I   1 S D. Lipirap aud Co. 10 10 Martin aud Co. 2   0 At Hoarr, Biruell, and Cu.'a. Daniel Shirley I'buwas Shirley Dauiet Ball . k Piatt,of Bristol Uai-diier'and Hudson Xi H. C.   . David Lyon and Co. 'Riiikards iind C6. At Hant EillW� Unrrlice;�lc'C'i. 10 tffi l       JV. dd. ib�r�< &'q: ".lO Chatteris aud Cu .  & Gram Allan                i At Sansom and Co.**. Clemcnii and Co. S Duiiean, Sim, and Co. 3 Siiiblis and Cu. 3 Al Eidaile and Co's. Edw.Shewell 10 Pasrne Grrofell, Esq. 5 N. Negus . 1 Viath. Cuiiselt i R W. 8. per Harby and Co Lewes t   0 Martin, Stone, and Co. 10 10 Pari .f a Collection, by Rev. A Fletcher, at Albion Chapel Richard Stoue F. W. W. O. Russell T. GaiiiNburuugb Juhu .MilrhellandCo. At Messrs. Cucka's. Messrs. Cocks*nd'Co. 10 Gliding & Broadwoud 10 10 At Messis. Coaling's. 10 10 6   0 1 1 1 10 12   4 Ah. Rhadver, E  E S. . 6 C. C. Joy . 3 P. Calne I Mrs. Searle 1 Hiss J. searle 1 J. Searle 1 Earl of Liverpool       10 J. Fuller J. BotlerwoHb Mrs. R. Crawford P. S. Appleyard J. M. Mr. & Mra. Wilkinson 1 Mr. Cooke , - 10 Duchess of Bacc'^cll 10 Via. J.J. PSfcoi* W.'Turner J. Forster . H. Leycesler Mrs. Burgoyae B. Sayer Mr. Carry Sir N. Conant Henry Hoare 10 10 5   b 2   0 2 10 b   0 t 0 0 T 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 I I 5 10 2 3 3 10 10 10 Hngb Hoare Charles Hoars H. M- Hoarr J Valliant Mr. Bart oa MrCrutcbicy Rev- W.H. Chapman 0>unlqM Dowagrt of Mexbomngia Hon. H.SaviHe Hun-Mrs. C. Seville �. Palmer Mr. Eldertaa At Stevenaon and 8aVa. L. H Petit      . ft A.t Ladbroke aod Co's. E. Gtifin 1 .Mi�.Ar�ndM.enffin 9 J.CIolin   .     - I J. CIsapmin . 1 H. Hopkins - I C Kingsley .      3 Wn- E. . 2 Greater and Co. 2 B. Tompkina I Mr*. Tompkina I B. C. . 1 On next Sunday evening, January 23. a Cnltretion wiK be made in the Church of St. Laurence Jewry, Gnildtiatl. in aid of the Funds of Ibis Society, after a Strmaa by the Ri'v. Dr. Rudge. Errata iu yrnterday'* advrrlisrmenl:-For " J. Thompson" read " James Thomson, II Is."; for " E Eton, 5/." read Edw. Eylon, 51."-, for � W. Morrison" read " Morrice;"' " Benjamin Blakesley" inalead of Wm. Blakeshy," L. Clow- instead of" Clour;" � J. Clow" instead of'^J. Clare;"' **Maiiniugan(| Anderdoii" instead of* .Anderson ." " R. A C. and A Pom" instead of � Miss Poll;" " W. T. Roharis ami Cu.lO{"insteadof ^'W.T. Robarls."-Rd. Smith, 1/ Is. aud T. J. 10s. 6d. left at London-wall, nol ackoowlrderd. Subscription* will be received by Sir J. W. Lubbnek, Bart. Treasurer, Manaion.house-atreel; at the several Bankiag.-houses in Loudon and Westminster; al Lloyd's OilT'^* house ; aud by the Committee, at the Kme'a Head Tavern, Poultry. (Signed)      W. H. BODKIN, Boo. Se� Muuday, January 17, 1820. Il is requested that omi-sions or inaccuracies may be noticed, aud they will be rectified. This day is published, handsomely printed in two Urge volumes octavo, price II 4s in hoards, THE LIFE of ANDREW viELVILLE: containing Illustrations of the Ereleaiaslical and Lite, rajy History uf Scotland, duriug the latter pail of the Sixteenth and beginning of the Seventeenth Century. With ao Appendix, cunsisiiiitf of Original Papers. By TUO.MAS M'CRIE, D.D. Minister uf Ihe Gospel, Edinburgh. Printed fur T. Cadell and  W. Davies, Loodoa;  and William Blackwood, Edinburgh, Of whom may be had, by tbe same Author, The LIFE of JOHN KNOX, containing Illustrations of Ihe Hislory of tbe Reformation in Scotland.   The Fuurib Edition.   Two vol*, octavo, 1/. Is. 10 10 10 10 10' 10 10 10 0 & ca.lle 10   0 Grueial Crawford 10 0 Lord Rivers 10   0 G ueral A Clarke 10 0 J. VV. Farrar, Esq. 5 5 A Friend 10   0 W. S. Ruae 2   2 MissAl A.Haho 5   0 .Morris and Davenport 1 I Juhu Davie* 1   t Mrs. J. Uairhide 1   0 O.C. - 2   2 Rev.E. Ferrers 5  5 David Holaie       .      2  2 Culonel Armstrong      2   0 Huu. B. Craven      -     1 Hun. W. Howard 1  O Colonel Udury . 11 George Parkhousc I >1 K. Pla)lair       ^ 11 At Hopkinsnn'a. ' Edward Polhill, jun,    S   2 R. R. B.UCC -      1   I At Kaukuiu aud Co/*. Ransuin. and Cu.        10 10 k.y^ 1  Unrgrn 10 10 At HamuKrsley'a. tjfflciK'^'rtiir'ieifrk*, -   j j^i.; rtuiniv'. ".- �. I ts-coag-roiaii^: Cu*. - .. 4 Li '-J-At ftiMteria'an** tom-buu>e 10 . S. T. staiU* A C !� Huii.'Cutonel Btirion, Hon. .Mrs Burtuis Col. T. Burruw* . . Mrs. Haiiisou Thomas Hitpe Sir H. Calveit, Bart. .\fr�. Dauby ^Vlrs.S'Cuniptos HarriilP."   . General Walli* , , -KJuh< i�� S--letltuo nf the VVorks of'ihc''ibusVemiMot Eu'griiv^i's of nil the Sebuols from ibe �o*ll��oer��|�|fl of Ifce Art >o n.arly Ihc pecseul �ni: com^ri|H�it tmmtsnrt ap* noseus of the prudqeliuusiiir StboiiBiraver,:larae|Jf(�^M�ck�ll|irieb, W -c*ataua.vr Olmisig, AUiertiijwW, Hm^-Jl^sMf* ��d > .a the Dulirb MaMrat^cwHtU* carl) MeUHd Rwp�ri;^Miia3lI}ni*H>Ct^^�uViCDVIIiti^ fuiio*, he.ix.   

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