British Press, August 9, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - August 9, 1820, London, Middlesex THE-4*j|Wie are most t-ii^ctfHtlv l(�rl>/l�^e^ I^6, \V^l?ESO*t^AuguH 0, r.�. il.e,BENEn,t oC, MUS MA*Or�?�iti;�.eOM.,e.ly of ^ ; * Ttm CONSTAN r COUPLE; Ot,tyBwn Cliiidii"rjvM^'t*miphoron$,{ tiilidera(,�Bnrl;:-j^^^^ BTttmley,^ttr;:Jones^rTiinjMr;iJ^^iRusseH.: .Emily Oauver^^^ IWrs-Babeg-f >J|>lacea ibe Boitea ia be talc^vt lif Mr ^asnagfaani, �1 a?The&trc. " '  ^ " r : ' 't'o-mtnroTr^.'Pig^oDg and Graws-^A {tolond fur.an piiv^ 0� S^iHto, iWt^rehmedy^''^sH�d'Excbau^e no U1�-' THEATRfc-KOTAl., XttGLWDPEBA-flOt^C, ff^HIS EyENI?rifi,^EDNfiSDAY, Ang. 9. JL wjljlleperfor^iiied (fit'st lime), a new RoWEnlic Mclo-drsmBj IK Uire?t>*i^nwni;,Hurs*, Rees, Orme,-an'3JffrP*nj' AUO juRl publis'hed.iiijeThird.Edilfonijn 8v-0.5>,rT^;l2�. , J Tbe LIFE ortADXvBtlSSELEj by.ihejEaijOr^tllBd.., dn iieffaud'a LtWera^ wrth Utters from'l#dy .Rcu^f ai)d ft�m'tiidy' Roip�)lj.A^^K _________^.�!!!.'..... �^�e^3flK)u jlif^^ttcb, a ^1 c(blinn9ii oran,iia;b. , , Ah.yVnLitXH-Yon are *- Mr. VViLHAjis-rf ain �ur�iyan Iw�sj�nui/ci,viUo,xoq. ^ Thomac Gn�lJ^^1llw tli� ^toolfe iiaiid. ' (Kfdlfe�^lli4 Jni-y oti, ihk irtbjettfott^ frojB) u�oeca4ioa irhicb rnive'i'?*^! �nRt�4. 4o Iw VnjtkV in o-^lHiSfio. ' �lAY, Aoj^not^ laneous M�si&yviAt3be -endj^jafcihe^l^ctrTtftt^flmeand  SIademoi8el(e^ai,,�itkMad^ijerie'Ad�t^,^�Ht exhibit i&ejr admired 1��r5oriMi>cdv5tt3i;*t.TJbe:conttnsionor^JJiq, -IJqncerti wi 11 sueo^ed?,As;brifl%iH,;^pb9 of tiWtror^s, ' Jii^Dora iHenKleTj trheit- Uadai9e>.|lji^uti:^ S;sSsii** jr�**i�liBaB �r�re,VtUl�ehb^.4dk--Doors open alSfven, tbe Concert i0 Ji�gii�:|i{-�ight o'CIockv ; . �� ; TRUSSED. CfOijseqiieitce';of .the demaml for. anrl great M lieiiefit derivBd from, the use of PINDJN's PATENT TRCSSBS, witbou**�rt�l|ieit>MPW�PAFAN and CO'beg learstvrDfprm lhe;:jPublsr,that-t|fe{r.Manafactoryist>oiT at No. ?00, FJeetrRtB?e�Jiii^rJieHiVTruSBes ate biKhly approved of by-tbe mqs^-eipilieptj: S|irgeonf/jn town and country, and. recommendedr4^.':^9Dat;of'.tbelr grent,aitd'uiiifurro.presv-5i�reHii*lea�tjdoiibt.there .wjll be ttacarcity liefuretiiejS^lb'of tin*:: M�nlh:(Aiieii�l),.>on.which day the Lotierjf toWimcbeeB 'and.finii)hes.-!TjUire.are tio C^atm, all Atofe?jf-JK?n*gv;nontri>ctor, as in furintt>LMte�eii;: �&ry liamber;p�t into the � VPJieel,^ so ihatweryiTictetisnllAcidei^s town. fate,.i and nt�: (ither>.^ Thirty .yrjze�.A'T;>fimJ30thV the' Neir Lottery will be WEBB. ^wck-BrtkeiS, 9. Cornhill, wishes ^yr� the PaHio^.tb^eiijKr the present I>rtt�rjr.:'-ltr1ia�rflo( one nbjectionabte point. It �l;al^eHM ih'^aiisea; *t�'d- of malting the Pjitev 4ir J)tM^4s st^c(tngeniial:,wilb> the %elWkoowu:itrntK ntJ^Wiff'fltifiJNG.'Snd CO;f that; Jliey can-advocate tbfe �jiiVce^^ nUi'.j^ "orBi^rltti* ifiBiTi'rodHslt'n alHhai6�:iterj*qi�lr�i; lo-prtVeiWnbfels rralljr iH&irirSf best iMeil^r^ Ibe PoWic' Opty�e��0 TtOfeUt ytt ^f�*��^WJ!e� of' fSQ.OOO 1 3i)tijfMiJi:ii(Sft^^H'n|f-*�t�i5srerfPri�eJ - _ No -fcia^Mt^! Snrnber-deiJideiJ-sepanili-ly! No���nrjp-��^��k�i*8rbrtn�^3t'j^ Bxy X>u�>r*!��4Jli:f^ �M�^^yi^tei >Tei^,.^l| *y^g�d! '-g ' log root tiate faoftoit hiH, wlirt!*,____ _ ' NIsrpRj[OS.--JASftlULT.- ^ i ' RICHcrs''nf the lime sug-� CPstodi The Defendant-met lliem iii his mbes. He was not ':iiiFiructed to my any tbing'againsl the Defendant; but liC' :nii>8t slarr, lb'ni{du tliisDCCasion,furgetting'lii'sown trhnraclcr' land the (empcrnfliis profession, he lind struck a blow ivhUh' j brought blood from theidnuth oflhejPlaintiiT, and ldoRert'^'d :-one oFliJs teel'fa. Ifillic Dt-fendant hnd polled such a boy by' tlieeArs-, or lateen him' by the coat, no complaint could hav? ;b'een.nfadr; but to'have deprived n boy ofsnch an age' oT a' itonth wasa most serious injury. .4nd what offence had the' ^-PlatntiiF comraltted? ''Nuue that'hnd the- least iirof pro-, ',babilily.. He could.tell no reasonable provocation; bnt" sucli as had beeit assigned he would state totliem. ""It was .Dtiiliing but.'^ioni6/on/tfrp�8f.'" Snrtlythirewasnolbin^ -.irreligious, nothing ludecoroos, noHiing-oJiensive in that.-' iThe music had struck-up "God idea-tAe /Bnq," and .tlie boy, spiriied' up by the music,^nd feeling the pre--i valbng-impreoBion of the time^ bad cried out."'XaiH&ton .\forever-f The'Clerfeyman-(who once ; had belonged -to ! tht profeiision rof which he was an unworthy meinber)^' fgraeedAviiG-htsdanonical robes, bad-thought proper to'stop j the mouth'hf the boy ffilh'iltafist.v'.P/iiiv^-a clergyman ought i tO/liBvefonod IeC different .mode of slofiping the mouth of a" .boyof 14. Theold lawsiiid, "a toot^'fbtAtdbtb, hii eye-^foraneye.'^'^^did'nat'Wisb them lognr^'tbat. - He shonld . be very 8orry'3o-ilud thc'^'R^.Oentiemaa^litdered to lose a' ^teotb.-: Bee#en.:a�fced*^6amenchat lesstbaifHUiy gentleman, f.wontd gtve akitb^^^vaMof s.-IODth: If Ibe boy hsd'liten nn-l oy ^ hia. liouse - whs oo ihe other side of tbe cliurchi. The bpy,Richardson was tn the middle of 15 men sndAoyij-Jvbo were'retii'rning. '.- ' Mr.4Serj^aiVt:Hbt.i.ouK.^Mr.-L� Mesurieri and the.cDn> .|teEation,liad. left ilip church beforei .-'Mir. Buo^Sham.-^My learned friend-1 beg his pardon, tberlearotilT'S^ijfaul-^'iuust.Tecullect.that we have no cou-gregation tit'evidencc.)..,; ~ .- � Mr.S^^�.�^�.�-.��-�fe.'-.'!--.':.^-^^ ..... , 'M'. JnsCicc Sir, if you,answer so again I commit ypB. t. ^ ' ;i'...V^^^\'^'i^^JK'"i tor'J.'Jljl't tliere wa� Ijo 'M*.'�. *be heaiti; ipl-..jwri^ir.^ .TOutiwii,,iiOT *^W.o�-*ssibn jee the r�nfjh��v�^ yj�u;knpw .the .natureof y -~ v _ . - . w iin� iitlQ'Gdiiri, and 4-1bani�>)lrofts4ed :ry.t0baveeiigiiged; Itlrbamv-ahd.anotbeF OieiSnig tlironcbuiit' i^ve'been UlvcktMr i^VfiieiiMcupiid^t -i-Londoff, an Jiewasof ai�^4' llliiTacttOTi^^ rriwrued- "ni^re was �i^eep Hush iii his cbeeki wfiile b � Lordship addressed him , ' - _ jENiitt.De- ' WttQess-rrl aip;ai^an,. . wiWttairf �)ircw. eDMlltfwancefiir'tlie Ucen^? , tAile I ^ve il(e4itHibest the triilbiir-t obnrvativn:: Thtfsebeliiiad the curfain must bavebeeitd'raappotntcd'^t the; openingtor his- Leamedtl'rj^nli, Mr. Se�rleIt,''who4e candour, temper!iQice,-:and'prop'riety,di'd hlm'in'S'iiii^^^^ cre- dit; Youn^^er friendsi-who-bad re|^orBliAlt.iiR�k, idtunld fa:lv#' bt-ctneniployed'onthia'occasiiniifoTthey'wouldhavespol^pn for Ihemselve;. � A hiwycr'ofgretit rank and �I'eputaiiop'.hail been, asked ifa certain young ltii)rver"badiiutlQadeaguoil speech, .aiid replied, "0'.yes,''a'ca(iitalspecch-"-^*'Butit sHeined ni>t much to theipurpow."-�'.Tothe'pifrpo8f!'God bless you, a ybung lawyers| the buy ; that the whole rabbte-hiillgfnie'ta'Haiigbfou for.fte purpose' pf insiiltilig-Mr.' Le JVIesnrier; and that the boy must h-ive . been .particularly 'active,' arid had probably- been kuowo to -Mri'Le Mesunerlis rschtiiil-boy." He idmTttedltiat their � verdict must'-he forihe IM^iitliifri bnt ihrkW'iilitiire'b^ tranyaciiou hi>douldlearrio theirownDodirstaniiing.ubscr-;vatiou, and know)edi;6'Of life, which wodld'represent it better than hondredanf mcit-w'esvers'and woul-cumhers, such, as had been put.-jnlo tbe.lnni on the present occasion. There was no leKul-^evideuce 'that litetoutfa wa�;really lost. The i^itne$sarationi' ' Ju8ticc'pa{t^liaid,'tbat herrmembrredthe Defendant argnibg-fccase in tfife'Eidg^s 6ench whenbe ([hw Lordship) was.�:8tiidr�ti.'^nd'4t wa#'36 years since tlewas'at' Jhe'ttar;' Hel�d^bx]l'the hbWiir^oriirnowing 'Mrrt^^ thati.-ahstacitAaiotaitcft..''''The Jnry \roo1d'^ive;iemjirrate-damagesvnot-as s pdaubinenl apoar^tfifr-DefendaiU^bii(:ai( a' f4n>-rei9uneration*to;thfi^laintiff.-pa^atjaffilO^' �? Sia :HED.WOaTU:3FIp]>t^l4SQM^:tr^'WATTBEW9. DABLiHci-roN; ^-Two -^Jieeial'Jiiryj^^case�;jocchpieilH'>e>*^t'r,o Tb^y fwere acUoiW4i^l;e8pas*lD^de(ermii>^ibe^rigbli'lit one �xai�1a n quay,' iiiilhe.�ihei' to a' ni^rrowpiece of. land by the' road side.' ^:M^ Brougbnni 'trav^df ~the'^^tl�ft>d was atone in the house on the fatal: SSth. urAuinst., The honse Wa� on fire; tbe neiehboitrn,-alarraed; found-Tsabetla Young untouched by the firei'andevidently.miirjeced by blow* inflicted on hvr head.,-Every-ewrtiOH was pade^lo deleft Ibe murr derers. A reward of 100 gmneas was.ujSered; but none was ev^n accused of thpcrime till last y;e&rj four years after toe eveiil, when John EdeufJamesWdlf^and George Wolfe, were accused, tried, and the two firstciinvicted, and He then 8 - ; . (JVlary Sijniib corivbbrajedtbe lalfetfvhience. ;-.:> Mrs. Eiteii cj)utr(idicteri:p*rt8pflbe Piy^pnetjsilatemenf,. 1'he advjertisements aiid rewarjJ8 werejMitjn cvWeiice as.; probabl^oiotivestonbe alleged.pej3�ry.;Jt,waaa Ibnt Lincdln hadjVafler Eden>.j:opviclio\ii been-anxions IP get Ibe reward adverlisfd, , , ^ ^ ^ Mr. Klti-tiAMs addressed,the.Jjir^^^ lyir. Justice BaVLKY summed up, and cjiargcd^the Jorv.^ .af^cry great:le(iglli.V Tlicjuryrear^^ returned With a vcVdictof ?%iV/jr ' ' '^li ' ; T! His Lordship then rpse andaddrejsei) the p/i�^nep W j *Tfie''cha^g4?M^n�v^tifcS'5B^ tbeviryliighMt en&MUiy. JrBff'lhf'�e�rteitt:e�oflfae4�Wv ,*een^Vcn"M qpoa^fCb�(d:.W^^^^ 'aiiJ'resstphs io thtfTnoiiihofh.8 Msj.sty^ Jid finr^aoptberalio'natit.s.atjrl ei.lWed info a ne^ciaiion whiib f need not imwr-Jri^il,, iil.4 It wHtbe l�i-esn�irieut fur me tqsay an address ^ts sent lOihcr ^lajeslv fri.q. the H. me of Cummonsj iirayn.s (fr tj^ jfc^ Uiepoim of Uie I iit�gy, to enier mu^ soipr.irfi I'sblr ,?^S�efineMl, aiid Mpl pot hersertin the.way of iirtrciyie an % irate reaiwis This was rrfiwed, and look 111!! at the mord Job|t'RnMeir, and tbe cause of independence, and freedom of^leFtion."". '. � .  Shpnta of brava and applause raog the tables for several miniitV.: . i : . -i^onl. fo09 RdSSGLl rose,' amid-repealed cheers, and spoS^as.fotljfWs-:-Gentlemen^ ibe^lKino'nr of meeting so ndjcjierons aoa reipeclable nit. assembly-thTii^'raet together fur the pucpose oT celehratmg tlie rfelarn of an. humble in-dividual to ParUameut, hut sttti, .however, cponectef with Ibe great cause of freedom, revives thai: gratnnde:i,n; *ny heart which J first felt .when we before had met together.- ::(ilppbt1if�)^It is difficult forme to putfiifward any i:laim why larfoBfrirf the Rcpre8entalives.oD whi sjio^lii fatt^ bqt as^tbmgR :ade--oiily:}| ^pTOson, \ s^o aa�oi�jiPttjwB�J!?JI wbdm jour, -.choice-ll,a^is^aJi:i^c^i . -t....-�.-v- ^Uftlt-liBotNUJWM �t1briiierJjp,w98-rrprostilufedfortbe dScial p-atranagc of ad.-' mfoistratloarr-(.p/�ufe}rron condition of supporiiug measures ac one time directed against tbe property^ at anoiber time.against (he liberty of ibesubject-(CAeerj]-aiid at almost all Times in definiicroftbose duties which your Re. presentatives, owe to Ibe Cgnstitniion. In looking oVer ihe' events of the last ihort S'essFon,. Ihe first thing that occurs: to my.mind is tbe�ltempt-the unsuccessfiU attempt which was irfadc to limit the expenditnre of the Cfown.-Au. pther.waathe exposure ofpueuf llinse infamo'iisjobs Which the Ministers are tpo often^detected m proinuling-an occasion on wbich I had the bappiness;'of seeing the name,of your other Representative, Mr. Fellowcs, �n the .mmorily-(^;>. j)/4Ufe, '/Ae on/jT ene!:)-TUTs, is, - ceutlcineu, a. conduct" which sliews you, that no. sail is so dry and anpromi8iii�, but lhdignily of one or the power sf theollier,and to press upon him the treaiiptnt practised to-wards.her.Majesiy when �he was first married, and puraaed w)ih the same spirit-ever sinc^-to nrge the full recrim^a. lion, which public investigation might produce; and,if,^n> derail .thrseicircumstancet, to weigh well, whether it were prudent, to- agitate in public so momentous a. qdrstion-!-C^eor., �Ac/>;-.)-^ven if Ministers, had failed in-this, they, cliuuld.siill. have addrrssed their Royal Masleri:8nd eaid, ' It. ynur^Mnjesly will .enforce the question onus, as a qucsiion.uf., state, we.most confess, under its yccutiar circumstances,, we cannot see us interest jn 8Ut:h a ppmt of view.^.Tbc Queen :ba8 gone to reside ro foreign parls^ . whatever- Iter, couduct -might have- been there, susprci-fA as .11,1?^ It cannot affect the sjiccesaion to the Throne; if;her.M.^e8ty .was. negtectedj and. if no sufficient care .was taken to guide bcrin.that path of cojtjugaT duly, which un^-.iler.happier;.circtimstances might havebeen practised-some . pity.ib alill due to her condition-some allowance, shpuldbe ma.lefor.injulledr feelings and wpunded pride; bat.tosnmup ali-(he.cuoiiuct of her Majesty, as: it.is. represented itii us to, b?, should .not. h^. brought .before the-'ParliamenKat. all.': : Did,.Mmi9ler8 thus addressihcirSdvereJgn ? Did they nbate, or f ndeavonr to abate those feelings of :their.Royal .Alaster,-,which., pn>vioi)3 reports imbltteredj .and'perhaps i.perplf xed �. Noi. the .Vlinisters did iia such thing {Applause). rlfthf.inwne.-(^iate.a�cosa:iion;preferred One Would havurss!..wh^CbTrcpntrarylo~lhe proverb.tliit the ; middle course ^s ,b��t-was'^any thing but t"b� beat The ..Ministers advisediber^Mitjeslv's^Dame to be structc out o^.tbe . ^l4tttrgyj..i7tii(b.waa.oY.rtseIf t^ disgrace tier iviihoul a. trial; : ^TJien, if she ael^her foiit in EnBlaiid.-Bh? was lltmlen*.*'^ with criminal process; A/e/M setlier foot id England, ; ajid ihsy tbonji^t'fii lo propok in pnrcbase^bef return to the Cuni^inent jritb ,a peosloit of Jih^ Hwumtd a year^ (�r-TbeQtiern,jiChu beeo stated, wuttr4 lia^ been, �? n'liffStfSjtt �ir? retire J, iq.lt apM.�^lO House of Lords, I iiresnme, luok adiiffrenl view of the qiieslioo^'anil, as they are generally soppii^ed lobe a more cpmplyiiig body, were requested to taka it iip--.aud tliey did sA-'(XaujiA/er.}-"leaking it Ihi-u for granted Ibat ihe only modeiif procecding left-was by a Billof Puius and Peual-ties,' I cftii cive'fio-measure more out of Ihe ordinary ^course uflftw, nor me more-ubjeclionable aiiU againsl all our notions of jusiice, than a genenl and sweeping Bill of Paini 8ud PrUaliies for the poniphment of a parlicuUf oll't;nce. The tu'o most celebrated meu uf ancient and modern limes have tuud lint if we look tu ijie latest prrceileuis, and ?eE-oo whiit eceasJKn ihey look 'pia�e, we can.see how differently lbe! Tiien, �heu su great a danger ihrcaleiicd-ibrn, when a foreign farce �as Invited l� our siiurcs-Iheu, when the Briiisb e-nl was to he, made'llic artna for discord and.fur fight- - ibeu, Vvhru inipnnily to theguilly'miglit be rcvululiou lo Ibe 'Stale-{Applause)-every charge against Bishop Atlcrbary was laid in the report, lu which ran tippendix, coutainiiig mote than 200 |>ages of ciydeuce, was added:-r.While in tbe. present case,ber Majesty has to meet charges for a period of six years; during which the made many journles to various, conutriips,. where spifS be.ut-i her, or those who appearfd ss.r -/ri'eodsbetrayed her; and has not been furnished eilhecwitb. a list of tlie witnesses against hrr, or the places in -which. ihey charge her witb improper couduet^(/fear, ieoir)^ But extraordinary as this proceeding.is,, having been, bit-fore the House of Lords, ap investigation having ai- -.1-.!. pitpon to'ar4 a� a 'l.iidgi;,,^aniaiot {et.'^y?fceli�g4 as^ jjnvenl'sie'deiifg tlSstate tliBt.jj��liCB,.whicb evesy'oalional 'question ^lemauds from one of. the represenialives .of tlie people-(Cftrerj) -I say that Just ice demands, beoiise if the -charges are proved, however, (Hificult Ihe la-ifc to decide on the particnlar liardaliip uf ihe case-however uiiforlonale . it may be that ihe Qnc.en should be degraded in ihe age in which we live, and tliroughout Europe-slill 1 hope I shall do my duly in Ihts case as well as 1 should do it in- ' auy other that similarly comes befuit me-(toad cheering.) .Miirh has b^en said at Viuioiis limes of her Majesly being made the tool, of fucliou ; but no such disposiliun, Genilr. men, can be charged on.you or me. Jt has been also said, tbat^he Ftieuds of llie Queen bade her appeallo Ihe peu-p,l� in the slreels-hut such a rolunioy. carries �ich il its own refutation. The friends of h.er Mnjesty have aulfd a different part. Bnl, Genlltnien, if there .-jre persons existing wlio incited her Majesly to ibis measure, or i,n former measures, and su incited her,fur the uurp'os.e of promoting iheir oWu iuleresis, ^nd after,that found iI best t.o become the panders lo tti^^ir own pasfsions for place or p.^usioo-if the defeijders of Ihe Queen became the accusers of ihe King; -{Cheers)-'anil llien talked oriionour and of conscience-if onelalksof never being a public accuser, while he is one of Ihe adiisers of a public'prosecution-and another talks of bringing Ihe inipartialily of a judge to'the decision of x . question in which he is one of the prosecutors-it souieAnen � 1h> took up her cause are now ready to cundomn her, anil � preclude her. from the coinmun advantages necessary loa. � fait trial-if, 1 say.'sndi men exist, so far from approving of, or assimilating my line uf conduct lo theirs,^! shall al-w.ays consider. Ihem^.as the basest and.vilest of mankind-, -{Chens)-I am afraid. Gentlemen, 1 have alreaily Iron-bled, you loo long, and. therefore 1 shall now conclude by thanking yon most, sincerely for the manner in which you, have been pleased'to honour me.' I shall propose lo you- . '�' Prosperity to Ibe County of Huulingilon." ' "After iWs toost, which was drunk wilb three times throe, ih'd bdud played Hearts'of OaK. "Mr. 1, B. R.poPER briefly addreped the meeting. I rise, G,rallemeo, to propose a toast which will he grateful to us alii'antl *liich I am-sore you will all drink wiib appljTiise.' '.^'ilhoot ^r.lher preface, then; and as 1 kno� nothing froiji me-c6i;i,d add lo (he Noble Lord's characlir asa'Membrr of '^'rli'amenl, a man, a landlord, a neigbboui'','&ud a frie'nd-. ati'^;�l)Oseeoades^eiision to ua is not to be mct,by praise- I'shan give yon- "'Oiir Noble Chairman, the determined PiUriot, iind the lib,eral Lavjillnrd." ^-^ ; - , ^|/]r(i'SbNDE8 rose to return thanks, and said-^Gentlemen^ sprrj that Bis .HajfSly's Ministers did not so alter tli^ir liui, of conduct 'as to get my 'supporl-(.^p/)/aiiie) and;T think our cV"""'y received a fresh disgnii e from'their late, palitical' proceedings. ' I glotjt, Genilemei,. til .'bting a Wbji:-an' indepeodeal Whig-[CHe'ers)-n;t'l if^a'a AdniinialV'aiio'n, though composed of my dearest aud, best fri!�nds, acted. as] the Tories have,. I would as WritjjjoualVj'jipppse them ail dp ihe present Government. |'jip/wnt^ii.J^i aiq acti�aiepa^ �;'.r .i.-;.'ii~'*l'r'.;i?.-�a-.>--i-i-i-�''t'- .i':---.-l-;i'-'.--i-'-'-.�^*'-*;-''-i � �:bargev%^i,!ijp,^ nn 10)MilitatiOSv�l I hPlong, dr' - � to�eelJ^:: haps iMS^ otiCbntoioK . .Je;Fr}fend'ba�(bTOV�fl'oiiit lie'of^PariiiitheSt-taLvihibfi y^W6w^|?:^'Te^^- y. itllpMibisterS; bnl per-.!^iii}fiia in ihe'Hpuiie ... ilSbb'jo; Ba^'a�;it;'ftffi^^^ f^lieoili'^.: it?TOlli>ifirtf, � - = oVer^ir'er. niej''iffil-V ;

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