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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                '   ^   itfKfeBR TaB P^TRONAJSE OF THE ftOVAL ;Slii^�^u�).;t^Ka,n�:�o5a wteqwre.WA.REHOOSES for T' the PerfocnttoccS 40 eamtSfehmgUmamtiuci^^e^ i)fficK-.;,Y>:v--J� anew, ltt|;^uliOtB|�B4^!?^ ' IHIS EVENING; TUESBAY, &{>>. 12 THE SUICIDES. .  .   ^ Tohine, Mr.C. KeaiWe; Tabhy,      ^TeMTj J*. Tfiljjr, 4 4^av^;Mr.,BaTiiBird.  Mri. Gtmffrataiiiri^PiMtealiJiisaty, Lord Ralcelandi Mr. Bakrr.; iSir Adam CqotnlV JUr. ftivrf; Mr. CorttfestJ Mr.'fiarbard.' tady GiMitest,.1Uia  -A.iuiff ComedyVfii Ibrae aci%>alied Tbc l>rincipa1 Cbaractpr� by Messrs. Terry, Jones, tliloD,; J RiiHeU, Barnar^f WiMiami, MTSiPefti�e,.Mrs.-^aikin80u, abil Mra; Mardyh.    ,     , \   ~ Boie�, 5�.-fit, 8s.r-RralGaUrrjr, Ss.^^cwnd Gal. lerjr,U;.,r . '     Tlie DoDra tofbetfpeoe'd at SixtTClbckia^d the Pfrfuriii* T.iicE,ti) beRJii at5evei>r..j l'la�a for the&)xcii take taken of Mr. MasnbS^o^at ; tbeThftitrc. j     ,  .. The PiibiicVernpfCirally informed, that the eoQinet^; Tn�Dt of 9lT.;Brabam's engagp#:jii'is nninrdidid^'poiiliiii^S^ / untir To.mpiToiiry wben Beiwi^ rmake.liia first appearance.' (IS Henry B^timnjib Goy'iyianneilng.; '    ,  } Mr. Oxbeiry'.ip/^tliiK'TbealrerRu^yftl, ^inigeil, ttia>H|'iniA;e~biJi; first  YAL, ENGLl^k OfiERA-HOBSfi, :      ' STRANO, TmS EVENING, TUESPAy, Sept. 1�, wilVbe performedi-Slb time, a nenr Operatic Drama, la lbre�.e)2t�,: calif d -       . THE BARON DE TRENCK. The Barbo De Trenck, Mr.T. P. Cooke; Commandant 'of diatz, Mr.'RowliothaiiiV Anthony Stvariz,: Mir.Harley; .UoneiSchell,flifsa Kelly; Baniar, Mr.Wilkinson; Micbjel, Mr;. iBrSa'dliui at. Bu|;Miia, Baroness pfi5ijdqrf,Mhs^Care�; Ju^piiihr, Mis* Love.* Catau, MrH.^GroTe; ManniJIte, M1M^' 1 SjeteoifOD. Aftertvbitb the MbiicalJFafce, in two acl8,caUed . :AMATEOR.s and ACTORS. . Dand Dcrlcet,.Es ^ ^paciinis. Saloon has been again tastefully 6iie44ip �ilb ;� ne^^-dc�"Iffn,� representing'an" Hinroioated Orientjit ' l>atde6^. and wilt be opened as ifstial at.Eight e'Clbck, for. thif'^dioittance- of the Second Piice, wliicb coiluiietace* at �ISfe.           '      . fi.ose*, Ss.; Second Price, Sa.-pit,. 3�,Second. PrlC��. . l�.Sd-?--Lpwer.Gallery,2, ^.C]>per Gal.. � Jeiyfli.j Second Price, 6d. priTale Bi'^i'iJiay be'badnighttj^ of ^U. Stintenson, of vthDta PipcM are irf betaken,at Ibe Box Offitt, Sirand En-.trancejfft'flm Ten-till Four. To mqrrnwj'The; Baron DeTreuck, with;The VampirK: ,  _    , CiJtbta^day-is published, a hew Eililion of JSi^tSSATON'S^ GJilDE TO HEALTH, in '%CT.^Jrliicfe�arro.n�."dt lo.ati classes, .a�rd,!p -tiutfa.iexe^-~are treated wilb.B view io (beir'pre.ven.lion, and TelSrf; iigr*Stoa:bte-^dvicp"iB.t!iTeri on annmScrif ^antsobjecUi^cIaiipx.lo.fJcahband Piiease.-  / t.^ld by,,air. JoIinsloB,.-08,.CtornHill; rMr.-5^ (late BacDo Bitij (^.^^'.iS^i-^Oiiford-streej^ A1r'..Ward, Holborn; #hd.Mr. StTa^M''^^�y^l^''  London; and ail Bobk-seljers, p/ic --Conslant at� 'tendance.'J ' .   -i,.. , shdl|;ii6i:defa1ri imt r^SIre witK any teiaar^� *I#'H8 new produxiiion of ijje fetilegeniirt �if lite J^^'JW" *be delineation of ctiaiiBcier, and manrelloti^ ^v�tntho})%d! iinrlr(rot IIuder.] Meatt lin�e tbe jLarfy^ ATiotelj with Bgonizipg; Miixteiy, aaw ibat the ' elfartg' wbicb, the ,|iOTr/lwy iffi �"fl6.�t BCTQ'hb* txcliiiijf^i'd f(i7 a Tajiit i^tfiiggiiiidlt wIhgIi wcijtrfMWn=1hairiif iteen pirer b'rti^cS'^t^^^^ prompt Slid linhdped iW;V'Wol^ who; ft^^aome^o^^ tliat Urge �|;ecie� ,of greybouiii ijiai watet'dog, had, m'^'kcd jbe phjett of^^^ 'and. 4]uitiiug Ws' MstreiiV wde. Hud .tofljjfjtvthe ; Mareitpofui from wiiich he could with saftjtyyfontte \ inioihe Uke.    l�rfallin�tiuctt�riitii) I t4iese oblile-^niniait have to .i^ten dtsplsyS) in the ' -jV-J'tiS^day ia..pabK.�h?di.price Js^^  A PtP JN;fo CASTLE/' XJLAPTER The LOST MPTTON.  '     '   ' , n He'Wfltnrf^U!l^�<'pi^ ~ ,       ' Witb'ffie;Rre^?MrTBjQ.i^,.and her beautiful dapghler ; But, bei^ esfiiedi Teriibe't^ke ia^^^ ^ Aoa b^rtiriocei^ver. dar%l to en.;b^n^r the light.;' ; r      , .-Prtnle* for J,.J[nbriston, Cl^^ps!^^^ :  ,       -   292, STRANIX ~:     -        1 .   R^i^EF WITH EASE AND SECUjilTrTO THE A^=�pIJ:cTEP WITH aERNiAr    ; � leVliMQJ^i-ODiY, Bud.CQj artry-niafiy yearr . IsS^ tratveftiTui' practice, aucl Jbftng bbooured ;tririhihe rei  o ^nliuo the Public jtgainst - lhe.Jmp�ijtion�:.or 4iiie., pr%'n^cili^plu^ .Uuaikii, wbo baye'from fiMe ^V'^iiSeiSeixived the Public, recom'meodiiig tuch'aa'^ay not /^^^-CTpsriencsd to take theipinibn Of. resjie^liible protes-' 'fMona)-inei(,.beforebeingMed to be the dup>es of auch pre- I^^WaltwirBment* ate ligliti elegapi, aiid jidntif ��uperiQr #j^q^eis,�(�.adapted r r right or left.eide, iocreafeand deci*&e of for^e and size, reiiuiring no uoder'Slrap or oJ|lier jafliiflfSiaflt≥   � :      _ ; ^ �  M;K%>Peil^nnB.'regidiritr in (he cpnhtry sending the; cir. cumfeteDceof the *oily across thov hip.<, tnaydepeiid upon ieisgatfiowuelyfiiicd.  '      .    /, i . vSoldat Jbe::H.edic^3Ha|l, 34, Sarkv'M and.  ise or - more .IJrtiggists in erery principal To�i�. in � Englandi   .:'  .  - " \ .^..-f   ''    -.,.^.'^'-.. �Eb'piH; (CatjtraQlor for' aiibther Lotfi-ry,. ,450.6 JHJttiik^s williedrawa Fii�t,Day,'wblch will besiiLb Twi: |*Hiii�fbPla/)OOI.irovementln Morals .effected by ; t^#dj.tj^|^||t^'di)|CT^t: --^ � stitttW^be-Eoro^mo'coiifederacy. Printed Tor ;j..Si>aier, 73, St. I^uVa Churcfa-yard. -Of wbum'maybe had, by Ibesane Author, The TOUR of EUROPE, in one voU. ISmo. price 8s. abrldfrfd froiit the most popular modern Vjiyagea and Travels, adapted to the use of Srhools and Vuan^ Pepple, and �mbeilisbed with Plates and Maps. .   , The TOUR of ASIA, io one vol. 12mo. price 83. on lie same plan as the " Europe."' These Works will enable the reailer to actjuire, in acpo-cisi^fo.rm,a knuw)edge uf all the material puiiiti of infurma. iron-contained in tbc njOiit esteemed modern liopks of Voyages and Travels, without those repeliiions which have rendered IQ many Worksof great merit Irile and uointerestiug. : Jttst published, Very bandspmely printt-d in two volumes, 4tp. Uluatrated with fifi'een fine Enuring*, and Thirty-five Wood-cuts, price S{, 5s. In boards, rpRAVELS ill SICILV, GEEECE, and X- ALBANIA. By tbcRev. T.S. HUGHES, Prllpw of vEmanuel Cptlece, Cambridga. *TI�Fi�l of these yolumes contains 3 Classical Tonr in .(Otpe of the roost.inl^�ii(iog parts of Greece, with a more pafllcnlar and detailed Account llian has yet appeared of the {rettCitirs of Agrigeiitum, Syracuse, Delphi,andNicopolfa;-^ tbttlsHofZiinie.audlhe Plain of Ar?jis.  ^       . TbB Sei^nd is confined diiefly to Albania,  i�. wlorneil witji En'gravtngs ofrMaps, SeeneryrJ^lansi &c. Toe (he most bek'uiiCul^f wbicklhe Au-i - ihor ia:indebted io his frieud aiidfeljow'travelter Mr.-R. C. Cbekerelli.: ' , T'c'nt^lBternipt ihe.Narrstive as.liUle.as,potsible^ (be.f?lasi(i: .cIlV'TupOKraphicaf, and Crilicai Remarks are subjoiiied'in NoIe�.ta the f^gea of eath Volunie.' ; '.-Aji-Appendix is gLven,conlainipg two Dissertations upon > th^SiJWr^frDudpna and Delpiii, from the pen .of thai enii.' nehiSchol^f Dri'jpiutlw, Head Muster of Shre^'stiurySchool.  .frioted/or i. iUawman, 99, Ludgate;SUevt, London. ..^'^ will be puBlisKed,?^        ~' =A,?idkMilNXJ.AT10N  o( the lleV. JOHN X3L�>jyKGARp\S HISTORY OF. ENGLAND. ... TI^!fa�pnrable->eceptiort with which the First Part of tbJs ,H{i>e^ Itas-bMH honoured; has encoiiiaged the Author' lojoffwiBiFouPth -Voluincto the apprp.batioif of tlie public. It will^tnprisetiicreigiiitoT Henry, VUl.aiid Edward VL ; .*-mp3t..iiBppMiintaiid infis^esting pSrtiot'i 'of our history. ThC'-capifi.ee.iand.yiolenee of- Henry',- bis amours a<)d- marri.. ag!arCTd ..di,yor(^(.^nd Ibe.steps :by wbii;li he.acquired,an almost: absollite power, sbolishihs Ihe'sulhorlty of the iilPbntiffjr-ftndacfdnstiln.tiitg himself ihe Head-of the Englith '; ?hut*hj,�re.�abjecta which.niust arrest.H   attention of the 'fcailOri.. Nur are the events which chcquircd-ilie short rt'igii  f llie suiCesiiou, the progress'of tl;e KdurAiatiun^ and thf> odpptiuri of a new' Liturgy and Article* nf:'ftfJjgii)n,'.iesTcalculated to afford both interest and - inslrurtuin, - ' . .  .  -f� Composing-Uliese sheets the writei- has faithfully nd- hend lo-ilie-rule, whirh.lie prescribed t'oiliimselfin' the cpni , ;|urerM^ aiicieuV mafwi^ ; ., TlieworkiCiBainBeiice? w of �be ''� roarrJe^sujte.pPS'ir HttlijetfGlfpa ttcctktn ^ith! .ti�E>reg>:nt Murrafy.raind active lalerV ferftice wit{i.ti^$r1�0iiHc�-< r,<�tornied pTeucher; .An accideiu relieves the inoiioitony. Eoland.- Gtatne, Jl :t�y l^uboat tep-yearsof age, it rescned from dro��ing, and dragged to the cattle by a.iiuble dog catted S^fjjj.iUvinff  biaifl.ed. the consent of his grand-njk^jlier ftnd only relaiive, the lady ndopis Roland jfor her'page, and' he :l>�:ome� a spoiled.favourite, ,tsi,ih,!kj| the faixlts.which indulgence-creates, biit slili of a superior naltir'e. His Brandmotljer, Magr dalen GtSiine, is a powerfully drawn character-� Meg i\J.?N-iiie8of a higlier order. . Site is a devoted Catholic, and Rolaiid irj sejcret cheHsiies the faith of iha{ chqrch ainid'jiis Hugaenot-associalw, Ed-wanl Gleudtnniug (iiow Father Atiii>r.o�e,. aiid, in tbe:cqurge of thVfirst Tojuoie, la�t Abbot of Kt'n-naquiiaifj, �trejn.gthening his ynaifg mtud in-tiiat persuasion. 'I'hii Gtaemes fnim.too ioiportatit a part-iu the title to be bitly thus generally iniro-ducerl; and we therefore select a few passages, to unfold'them mtiJ^^B'disitiictly. Lady Avenel is walking Oil the b^it(eaieui8.and rirfiecting, in a me- e sighed a&there reflections arise, andtooki ing'towartfe the shor^ of the Isjkp, tier eye wasut-tracted by a group of children of- va^ous ages, as^ srmbl.t^ id see 9  in^^^ ed to .;^ry it^o theriilwr nd| of the- lake-. Sornj^ of the vhi^ggpriboy$;rai� rpqpj^Jtp, f^eiye^nd/recjire it on the -Jirltoer shore,. |fyi"!g iheitepeed against ihinglty verge fir the T^S.^t'Ke rest j'^f  wfeoin such, a journey -seemed Tpo drdiious> remained watching the tiioiibns of this Jaiirf vessel frotn the spot where it liad been laubchiidy The eight of tiieir sjiorts pi^essed^^n the ihirid of the cbildlesa Lady of Arenel. Why are none of thejc prattlers min6 ?' she eominaedr pursuing tlie teiior 6f her melancholy r.eBectipns.. ' lu oge into the waiei*, and, awint.towards'the object of their common wlidlude.y'The'-first'iiiovement of'the,lady was to call, forrb^.lp ; bat:�lie observed that the boy awwni sitongly fltid .fearlessly, and as the Bii*7 r t hat one or two.yillageri, who were distant speclators of Ibp incident, SWotiSl-to gfvetbeiaselfes' no aneWsinesa on hissotc!bBirt;i she%iaj)ptj�^^ was accustomed to the e^ercw^ aiid that there was no danger; . But wli.etlier,4iflrswiaipliag, the boy had. sliack bis i)rra9t,i80iiiit a;S^^ whether lie was 8add.en;ly taken WiA^ the cramp, or whether he hadJovefrfeiijcWlaie^ so ImppVntd, tbatwheti h* had disembarras-ieti the .      , , ,.      . , I little plBy-^thiagftPOT-thei: flags In^liieh It was en- ^'^^/^�S^:^'�&^1^^ ..oji....g JO.. ^ j,,g,;,,*:,^ .fat .1 �n tu cou.ae. hp bad credit, tuVlistrnsl,the sHatemeniof parllal a 'vtitcrs,and-tocb.i�olt pii every subject. l.he inost nnthentic -doRumenis wit'iin. Ms rea.ch. .Jt is uirthis groUud thai he " subii.its: Ji^is*^worW.v^�ili^cuufidence to the jaitgrnr..! uf Ihi public. '     "' �, �� ' i' .l�A�p)j/e�i�e�;,-1.820. �    / .PriutrJ (or J. iWi.*m.in, 30, Lfadgitc-strect, Loodo.i. ,       ' Of whom mav he had,' ' '. -Tbe FIRST POf^TION of THIS BISTOftV^ from the ijnvaston J)y the. Kutiiaus.tu the Aceessiob of H^iiry Vltl. Ill3 ybl�i ^to,   Pric?5f.'6B. v_-.-,  ��,-.^;^-vr:^ - ...... ' ; Tlie^^^^^^ nf Ilia Hisforj^tb the Rrvolu- � tiuli in I6f?, it in a sliil|r of great forwardness.' '   � scarce swam a few yar.ds in;ht8 way to the shore, than lie raised hipis^lfsnddeiily/rom the water and screamed arDt4d,p{upp!iighi� hands at the saiue tune with'an expr.e!3sioii of fear and pain, - " Tlit Lody of Avenel instantly taking the alarm, '�alled?.liastily to tiie'sttendwifts ;�o;g�t the'boat ready..'. Bat :th��'jw� a�affair'of some timci The only boat permitted; to be: used oii. the lake was .moqred withiivlWsecpfld cut~whichvinlerB6cted the Caniit, ttird it-'wiw'aevfeVarmintttet pre'it cbul'd b� where his a��jiit�jpce'wiig *5� niucji wanted* and �ei2i��g tli|^cl^i^i|tild^i^^^^<^^ htm' bffiaiu^ ^t f^wed hitii tpwards ihk The, boai' lini^ii^ put Aff .witka-couple- of men, met Jthg/j^^gflutF way; and-1^ Thfy i^ltjit^ oat ilw,wtise�^^r;i�|e'b^ (pi�g�Hy'*8iii iiaiE�ttaulce HO tiie^ tttfle'ret.  ; yy:.'. :;vtng preserved the ijie of A creature so beautiful.' Wardin condemns this �o sudden and violent � affection: bat when- " He left the apartment, the Lady of Avenel gave w^ to the feelings of tenderness; which the sight ofihe boy, his sudden danger, Bijd his r^teent escape, had inspired ; p;n.d> no longer awed.l^ (Uie fteTiiness, as she deemed.it, of the preaeljer, heap^ ed with^carassei. the lovely and interestio^"child. He was. npw in some measure recovered frpmUhe coasequenres of hid accident, toid .rec.�t(e^ passively, though not withoiit wonder, ibe Vtokenifrdif kindnefs with which he was thus-loscfeed. jifhe face of the Lady was sirahge to feiB, and.' �nd teplying ta the attentions of these whu really love them. If they see a p�i?on in cpmp'anyi tho�gb;-ia tSerfect ^Iraiige'r; who is fay natute fond ofrchildtw� the little imps seem tp4]i8<:over it fayaf 8prt'offr�-masouy, while the-awkward attetnpts of those who in-,ike advances to them for the^nrpose of rAcpin-tnending themselves to the parent?,. tMH^Uy'f�il T attracting their .reciprocal attentian;. The^liMls boy, tifierefore^ appeared in some degreet^ensible ihe lady's curesses^ and it was wtih di'ffij^ty she withdrew lieriell frojn.his pillpw,- to afford ^him leisure'for necessarv repose. 4 .  To whom belongs: our little retcued-varlet P was the i5r�t que.stioii which the Lady ofjAvenel put to her handimaideti Lilias, wbeii thny had retired to the liall.      .'  ,   , "  To an-old "woman in- the hamlet,' s^id Lilias, . a-5trpngv accent of displeasure'nnii surprise; 'can -vou mafkeanydowbt of it ? What woman but most thefstpther ftf the child ; I rather tliirrk she p?i be-h'lt ecaadinalh^r, or some more di�tan( rei�tip|tif1'',- , Lili�8.' rep1;e4#it?5-' . Lsd):i,�.�heinu�ttaive a .sore heart while iheL-.�ftf^� afr�.^t|flu.re to lovely i�,jjv.cert*io.   Go tosiajn'.:^ , atHVIVii^g: hev,hither,   liesirtes, I 'would wiJEJJiig^jr learlir,�oiaethinV dodcarnin^ his hirtli.' M.liitfc* left, the halJ, �iid !.re�ently afterwaJdi bturiied,'^�is^tn V tail femak, v-ry"po:5rf? drrtSwd, yet witlijnose preiensicn 10 d-ceiicy ui il tte^j^Hiesrfiti^ii', �as usually cumfaii.ed.M^tli sticli �?o^r��.RarrtieMis. She is .figr name : ^ Magdalen GrtSSte^M ray'iii�(ne,t'ysai'd the woman; ' I come of ibe Grafaiet tii^'tfeaVfTergill, in Nicholforest, a j)M}jte df aiicletit blupc).* H iA6d jwhat mike. yoti.i continofd tlie Jatfjf^.'  50 fitrlitisiaiit.froai.youf lipriie V. .'"�*'j^*>I,/b'ave, ,tto.^jjbiDe,' sijd- Mugtlalen G^awnp, ' *     bnr.Botddr-riders-uiy hwsband -    ;drn4i1fi�rV't�' not a. jlrbp'^feWoil ^etf'fjHS^yeitrt pf aiiy one-wfrich is of feiu to mtte.*' -i^t�''f*},atis_iipnricbinmoii fate in these wiie times, aud in this, unsettled luncl.' said the la.ly ;  Eaonger�,' said the old wbiftan. ' it.has pleased hea-yen to give me a pLearer.a)||llt. of the Gospel,'and 1 have lurried here, to ctijojr the fliinistry of that worthy man, Henry Wardiffi, who, fo the praise and coinlPit_of many, teiichetft the Evangel in truth and in^ncerity.'-'Are yon poos' agiiin demanded the Lady of Avenel.-'You hear tije U!.k alms of 00 oae,' answered the English-wbman, � �    -' � " Were there was > pauses The itiann^r of the. woman was, if not disrespectful, at least jOtJcfa lees than, gracious ; and she appeared to give noeiicou-. rsrgement to further communication. The Lady tt Avenel renewed the conversation on a different topic* ' " � You have heard of the danger in wliich joiif boy has beeu placed ?'-'.Ijl^ive, Lady, and how by ' ai) especial providence he was rescned frotu death..^ May Heaven make him thankrol,jiud me !'-* IViiat relutioo do you bear to him  1 am bis gramliBtti-ther. Lady, 'f it so please ybo"; the oTJly rfetatiota he hath leftopoo earth to charge of mm.'- The burdep of his maintenanbe nrast ftec^s-irily 'be grievous to youio^jourdesrtted siitaaiiofi,'pursued ^Ladf.'^*;,Fh^%jeo^j^^^^^ of it to no one.' Said Magdalen Gfiiimej with" the saine nnmovedg 'Wry, a^d ouconcirrned tone bf lroj*e in -which she liad answered all the former questions. " ' If,' said the Lady of Avenel, your grandchild could be received into a noble faBMlv, would it not ad.vaiitage both him and you ?'-' Received into a noble family !' said the old woman, drawing herself up, and-bending her brews until her forehead was wrinkled into u frown of unusual severity;  and for what purpose, I pray you -to be my lady's page, or my lord's jackmiiu, to eat , broken victuals and contend wiA oiher meiiiuli, for the remnants of the master'* meal.* Woeld you have him to fan the flies from my lady'a face while she sleeps, to carry her "frain while the walks, to hand her trencher wh^n she feeds, to ride before hfer on horseback, to walk after her on foot, to sing wheU'She lists, and to be silent when she bids?^-a very weathercock, which, ihopgh^ furnished in appeatanee Wi�h wings and pUmdge, cannot soar into the air-cantiot fi; fi'^^m the spot where it is perched, but receives ali its impulses, and perfurn^ all its revolutions, oliedirnt to the changeful breath of a vain wo't^'an When the eagle of Helvellyn perches (rft the tower of La-nercoal, and turns and .Changeji ta shew liutv ilie wind sits, Roland Gtsme shall be what you would make, him^* . . The w^tpan spoke with a rapidity and vehe--mence which seemed to haVe in it 3 tdurli of insanity ; and a sudden-sense of the-danger to wljich the dnld must necessarily be ejc^sed in the cliarge of such a keeper,.increased-,the lady's desire to keepbiiii in the castl^ if )ve'j^brawl"Bg rufiian, unci a oommpit stabbe�*-exfostJit tv beat, 10 cold, to �;afft of fpprf, t�;all >tb$ pi^ve9tons tjf an aiicimref, notj ft* .I'be loye pf,!3j)S^bkt ftJt the S;ervi Ve^p out'his      .w�^ to ai.d t?> a^if'a^litthe Wj^wd'^te,which'is-iieVer quenched.' '',,��'N^iyv'Jwii^ buL-tb-suftft U.iih.a.ltcMAttd'^i^ grandsou^will op]t fie h�rie-teiiflw^r;- l^^nd. j< 3u�i apd kind to .ihW^h9ed�vfrii^t#t^^ andyb-a yourself well k�(M� that'yi^!\|(^hi�Ve-here a strict us w*He&:i g^odpreclf^^V i^jje'iipw of �
                            

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