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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 10, 1806, London, Middlesex                                J '0. FRIDAY, JANUARY. 10, iBQS; ties' J    THEATRE KDVAL.DRURYrLANi;. HhHlS PRESKNT EVENING ilieir X   Servants svill atl a   Coihecly oalletl    . TjHE SUI.DIEK'S r>AUGltTER. , CoVernbr.Heanall, Mr. Dowton;   Frank Heartill, Mt,. ElliSton } the Widow Glicerlyj Mrs. Jordan ; Mn. M.>lfon, Mrs; H. Siildotis. After ivhicli, d new Grand r.egendar/ Mclo-Drama, tilletl THE Shli;riNt. BEAUTY. , TWinorrdw Th� Schgol for ttiehds J with The Sleei>irig I'Ml-.'J.TUK ROYAL, ClJVENr-O.A:.'. ..E.N.-'-pHKS,PRESENT EVENING will be jrcttbrmed - -     -   TANCULO ANDSlClS.VIUNDA; Tancred, Masttr li'.Ttv ; bi);isini'nii:i, .Vhas niith:--     'o wliiili w;!| bo arfdat, - H.^RLEQUIN's MA(;^^, r ; or, The ScwMnivi.v.i Sorcerer.- I'he MusicxoinpostA by Mcf-sra-. \varealui Uavy. 'I b-morrox't', tor the iirst-�inie, a   New Coir.fds-, called The Rorrtantib Lover;-^or, Lost;ahuFouiKi^ wim Harls-ijuhi's Maj^iiet. PARISH OF SAIN r.ZACUA[ tRSGATt, .- �        LONDON.' ., v .. . �      , WANTED'Immediately.^ by .the alaovs^ Vitlsh -ijol. for wuich an Anitinty will be grunted.   Persons wjIUor to Advaree th^sanie, aic-rtqne:.t;d to sgi d their J'roposafs to Mr. ^^'Jllla^li Oole,' GaT>tr^.lafie,.:CheaDswe,' ChuichwanlfR ot th^ saiil Parish-, be(o>e Hsu. o'Clock ui the  ' Afterflo-n, otv J'htirsday the t6tb I iis.iant one of Thp mokt'resped^W* treatini! wilhia Oentlejnaifi: wish tut assBtaiicB or rqywi jtitend the,bj:sinc,ss;t, ^ HUSMI> lNCJ.(.)SaUlili. T7f7E theCiimmissioncr^.iramed in.,and appointed ".V V byanA(tlof Parhantpnt for Inclosing l.antis in t'-c Parish of �Ruj.,Jip, t>rtherwi;be Riselipiiif the L'oiiiiiy ot Mid' tllesex,- Do hereby Rive-Nonce that vteliave ttiatkejl, ai-.d ^set out certainl'a'rcels Parts of the Opeji anM Conimou Fields Within.the s.iid Parish, vvhik;h we pnip se to sell'b)' Pd'bi'-c Auetioji, at the Ho'jseot Watthe'w SaiclT, the George .fun,-.In thfi.Town of Ruiblii), o� Fr^daythfe.i/th I.lav .of .January ins'an;, aiii o'clock. Instead oi Tuesday ihf,�4ihfnatant. I'hi Plaas whereof may be Seen, by applj-in^ at th?OfHcs of Messrs. Jei'kins, l^ines, and Co. S.uiicitors, Nciv Iii/i, tondvyn  Jit theOeori;e.liin, AluLilip ; ;ind at, Mr. Sc.igwic.'s the Auct-onicr, l^ickmaniworth, wlieie pnHtJd P.irticnlafs hiay .,\vj l;o hiid .Six i-lap i>rcvini:s to ih.' K tie ; ai-d at the priRciial Innsji! the tvfeijih'tjoufh.iod ; and may bs viewed on bpphcaJioii to Robert Tuirnsr, Lastqott. Dated ihis 17th JJ�y ol Nov. i8es. � THOMAS WYATT. JOHN TRUMl'ER. ... WM. SEDGWICK.       . :     uV     .       STACK LOTTERY;       - , Tobfjjin l.>iawiH^ frbiti.Tty 3. SWIfT and GO. No. li, Poultry, London, 4nd at iheU". (Offices-in wdst Cff the pnrtioal Towns, are belling tlje TICKETS and vSlJAKES gt the PRESENT ;^ .old by Swiit and Co. asalso No.'3,97j a Prize of       ^1,00            7,176      -     -   . . JOO And in tlie Lotteries im.Tiedjatcly preceding-; -     No. 6,7C)t      -  ^zj.ooo.  No. 3(1,952 ..  5^10,000 � - : 9,j6s - -      io,oo3 9'S56 5.000 Peside.< othcrsofof 2,000!   i.oool. i;ool. &c. &c. STATE   LOTTERY   for   I Soj:, .contaii-ing Sj.ooa-Ticksts, begins Drawing Monday, I'eb. ?, i;io6. The SCHEME CX)NSISrs.()f-.- 3 3 3 Piizes of L.sojooo lo.noo 5.000 a Prizes ot  fRoe-Otd�fs, or ,Cash, in J['arccl'by-CiSaih or Carrier, punclually attended to ; anti Cforres'pondefils may depend on being treated exa'ttly" on the'Same,Terms' as if personal Iv present.     . . GR A N 0 LOT T"E R'Y- beginT Dwwirtg -    IL13RUARY 3, ' . � 3 3 3. i of - ,�'ao,qoo^--. lO.ojo' ' :     . llOOJ joo � **.io-. .^'i -..'rO ...IS, .  5,oa� Ifirst.dt.;! it^kets x% ts:op*^Txkets "30 q-pO, ' 10 030 �   .-5. -o j  6,000 ;10,000 ^lo.oro 20,000 ao.oa-* a, coo MR, BRAY'S FUNERAL ODE ONTHE DE ATH O JF LORD NELSON. �� This dajr is published^ nfeatly printed in qiiarto, price half-i-crown, AFUNERAL' ODE ; ih Two Parts: ori' th^, DLA l-H of LORD NELSOy.  ,        ' By; EDWARD A1'K,YNS �HAY,,F. A. S. of the Middle ' Tenii>le.'        . .   ' ;..La Do.nnai.cl Moado- .. niiro lo su-? aveniure, .. Coins \ii n die con tei-ribil faccia -"Guarda le sue tVrite, e altfui minaccia. , GoiDt. , Lohdon ! printed by R. Tavlor and Co Shoe-lane; and sold t.y ij. White. I-leet-street;' J. HatcJiardi Piccadilly i H. D. Synionds, PaternOs;er-row j and -J, Aspern--, Coin-hill.    � Plvs i"*ay is piitilijlifil, b-. JaniC! Rirkwqod and Sjns, ot Etiinburghj and sold by the .principal Piint^eiler, &o; in I.ord-n. .  i   .    r ,  . -,' N  ENGRAVING, - in memory of |he late --glorious Vactory over, the C-ombiiievI ileets-ot I'rance and Spam, embellished with a.POR riiod\v| .Sinte*nih     iV.  6-*.   oi.: ^."'.Aneatly'.lMiicliaseis'artviscd, as; the First ^,100 i ic-t i-.''-Y,itl-bn itpd to-^3l, e.,ch, bciidss tUeir chance of tiie >'aiiitnl's. , � VT-i'-'/' , IMP()RTAr AD^l>KESs'tothe Pl/hLIC. TT^Hf; hi|h (fsfimatioif whrch I3fi NORRIS's cele.; X jbrafcd;P^ops have obtained, not only throughout tJie Uuited KifigdQjT\, but in the West Indies, renders it a iiosifivo duty oh the l(taprietoi to refute the false Statement, thAi; has. appeared in various Public-, Prints, of the Ori^lhalRfbipc having been-ptirchas�f 5 the assertion js equAJly void cf truth; as ipregn.int,with danger to those vin|iappily imposed on, l^eiiigan li.'aboriite Chemjcal Process, their perfect prepa. lion, even frojji the Specitipatioii delivered-irtto the latent O.jfice,;has been frerjuently attempied'iu vain, they ajso pos ess the pteuJiar p/operty of defying Analiiatiwv. . '1 hC:jijnly l �iftiioi4tion,liv-aii Em >irrft(il' total Stranger-to i;>f,,Noti|i>!sliijiui]y), will jneet with the coruempt Jt�o "�sfrv dlymerifii ;-j>aitii.'ulntly'as the Public have anunerv tiM|i gii!)i|�;taiUattBgttii^l> ^hiSjC'ttt/itiitxe- Prepuratigiiiin thenumc "f " ihomarNorris Mtoie,'' cngravo*! (by favour of Govem� moitt) on the btamp roimrt each iiouk. FOK SCHOOLS -This dav is publi,hed, price 3s br.-ind, C.UMMARY of.xMODERN GEOGRAPJIY,- O For the Use of Schocls. ":rhrrd Edition. Tins Sunimarywas drawn ii-i t-A. iho. Use of. Dr. Thompson's School, ,it Kenrinntou. Itsuiility ild-ro renders u highly deserviiit of p-iibiicartciiToii. Printed tor J. Mawman, I oultiy \ Cadcl! ai d Davies, Strand.   0  le-lation to the Kelgic Provinces, and the lrcatnie.it ot the English, detained by the French Govenimi-nt. � By ISRAEL WOUSLEY, Late a Prisoner at Verdun. Printing for f. Johnson, in St; Taul'.s Cliurch-yard. Wliere may, be had, I. Mr. Catr's Stranser-in France, price One Cu'nea. s. Mr. Lemaistre's RoiDih Sketch of Puns, pic-'ijsi fid,. This day is publibb^d, piice is. 6d. A-SERMON, sacred to tlie fnemory of t!ie ho-nourfd' Dead ; and paniciilarly of the Im-; JAMI''.'+ CURRIE, M.D. E.R.S. piciclled at thj Chapel in P.na-dise-street, Liverpool, Nciv. 17, i8-'5. liy the Rev. G. WALKEK, li.ll.i^. af'd President of thf Literary and-Philosophical Society of IVliincli'-'sier. . Sold by J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Cliurcii-yar  Bunny, preiie/jiJ, cef/eSleJ. RadclilFe on Trent, Tithby, ---;  Ruddmgton,-- Wtillatoiij, Cortlingstnck, - Westuridgetord, � K.e!j worth,-- liee'ston,- Cropwel Puller-,-- - Ciorgrave,-- - .- Wdloughby,-. -        - Calverton, -- - I'.a.itliike,-- -. r Siittun 1 oiinu!|;ton,--r-- - . Kiiiifistoii,---        :    - - . lotien, .MlC'.ibor lugh, ami Huhvell, - Edwalton,'--�-        .. - .* ; Wysull, -.   . .- - Coiham, -: -              - H()lnre\)iei:;ri; Po^nti ----        - .. .   - Whatton, ----1  - ,     .        - Granby, --- - - .\'.lockien, -         -   '    -     �      -  Stoke Noylaiid, Suffolk, including one.day's pay � from the V(;]unieetCoips - St Botolp.i Without Alcl]t,atc, fr.;m Strangers^ A- \v. I rollope        -        -          -, fnhabiiaRts otdiit/^, bv Mr. ;Granthami Mr. Mead, and Mr. t;. I'logvij Cluuchiv.trdeiis-  ^VesU)n and Liitlt: Horsley, adauionr.! �     �-Longparct, haii's,'R . Lvans r. l.'alfiolic . Chapel,   Gifioru's   Hall,. . buliolk, , Mr; Moray - - Hebrew' Place-of Worslvp, Churclv-row,: Fen- chnrch-streer, ailditionil Piutestatn Diisenteis, Shspton Mallet, i>om=l- scisliire, H. >iliute -      ' Great Btdvvin,additional, --- : � , Caverlsgn-, ncviin, --'- -..     ^ Great Goiwrby, Lincoluslure, .W. P. Fhackray Methodists of Z'lo.i Chapel, Li^eri-ool,---- Maidenhead Ch.=�pel,-Berks, v-^--�   .'-. ^Vliite W-attliiiirt Ciuii'ch, dittv, -.--'-- , - - - faplow, Cliiiiclijhd.-JSIeaic .   ,' Ulybro', Lnic lns!�re,:-^-->. - � .Rawreth'Pansfi,- Essex: Mr, floore     �,. .-Proicstai.t'Di.-so;it >t;.n-. .shire, ----   ,.     -        , ,       :.-;Parish otBQXtead, Essex, -^-^-^-v �Rev. S.'R; Pdttardatid Congregatibn, Martlock ' -Meeting, SomersetshiFe - SubscMptidns received from Litchfield :' ' Cathedral ahd 'Close thereof    '       r4 ' � S;tf. Mary's Church    : la :..Itteiwards,' m the Ci^y* .    ..-r .     .84 .13, 11. .5 39 3' 4 �3 20 S .1. 10 7 4 19 20. 5 11 1 � S 4 4 � o 29 3 �1 � 8 tu 8 - 9, �6 30^ 70 �A 2i 9 5 i;t 2 'i f '7 II '.2 18 I-o 10 2 to 1 I o 6 3 12 7 o 9 . I '5. n' S ' 8 i3 � 8 6 o 3i o 3 li o 9 o  .i".g. Parish of W lsfa"to'!), t'a'I'-id .i;!r<',      -- Church Of ChedIeton-,di;i.i,J�'{f.l'o'.vyj , � [. i'o be efjiitinyed"') 87 ti lis 76 o 5 6 ^6 lit ,6 �9 o ��7. 10 .   2    o �'2.2'-7 13   a 9' 5 .0, II '5 9 o o o b 6 P 6 5 6 o o o o -0  , .'shen^one Parish, YoxalJ ditto, '-204. T FREDtRICK THE GREAT, KING OF PRUSSIA. This day is published, in 2 vols. 8vo. price )6s. inboaidi, ORIGINAL ANECDOTES of FREDERICK' flie GREAT, Kingof Prussia, his Family, h^s.Couri his Ministers, his .\cademies, ami his Literary Frieiuls, cd-le&ed dufh'.g a twenty years familiar acquaintance with that Prince.        ,     . .     ' ' �   � By M.THIEBAULT, '..,... . Professor of Belles Lettersm the Royal Academ.y.of Berlin. Printed for J. Johnson, in St, Paul's Churoh-yard.' ; 'i;his Work occupies nearly the same ground respe'iS-ing the charadler, conversation, and p8rsanal.,transa6^ions of Frederick the Second, as Boswell's Life ofDr.Samuef Johnson has taken in relation to that celebratedWhor. I'or a charadter of this Work- see the Edinburgh Critical Review.'      _|i'-^ ,4. ' : I'nafewdays will be published, in one VoL foolscap 8vo, HE. H A R P E R, and other  POEM S. , By QUINTIN FROST^ Esq. " Sineamore jocisqif'e , :   : , .     " Nilestjucundum.".-r-7-.HoR.Ep.L.I. Printed for Longman,. Hurst, Rees, and. Orme, Pater, Itoster-row; andJ.-Vidion, MaldstoM�. , �� � � LAFJUSCAFE..'PAiN'TlNG. 1      This day is-published, secondiedijibn, in one volume,oflavo, �    piice 73. 64, b: ards,    ' HINTS to YOUN.G" PRACFITIONERS in the STUDY.of LANDiJCAPE PAINTING. II. Jiistratea by Ten Engravings, intended to shew; the different Stages of the Neutral Ttut. To which, are added, Instructions in the Art.ot Painting ,on Velv.et.   . By 3'. W. ALSTON^ L. P-.-   �     .,. Printed for Longmin, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Pate r  oosfer-,Tow.,;-"'-'- �; r:^-;. �';:�,. t',.,':i      ' .    �   ;..'�    - CENSURA H75RARI1V. This Dav is pfiblisheJ,,price as. td. NumberVI. (being the .    - Second Numberof-VbI.'II;-)of  �   � GENSURA' LITERARIA.: (To be icontinued' every other Monthji   Containing Titles ^nd-Abstrays: of scarce, liooksi Ancles; ijfjiiography, ,aiid ^thjir-Literary Aiiu i; partly in Imitation tt the Plans of. Oldys's 'British Librariaiv' - ',    . C'(>nfcnt.:a!i, .Vlr..^\Vag,,tafic; Great Wijjb'tijn, James Pi^au . Warbington Church, Souihampion,----� EmswonhChapL-l, ditto, M. Uoii.l T�yo Ladies ot ivjiisworrh . . CornmissionadO.'llccis, Subalten\s, and Privates of the^I-.msworili Volunteer Infantty Captain TJioinas Am-s, Olhcers. ai.d Crew td UK Swallow Cutler        ,        . LongPreston Skipion, in Craven, Yoikshtie, A. Hepwoith > , . St. Minven, Cornwall, ---- . . Princes.Risborough.l.Uitkinghamshire, ----Parish ot Courtenhall, Nonhamptonsiiire,' D. Pa) U'y Ditto of Qumton, ditto, ditto        . Cargavu i-huich. Craven,--:-'�        i ^�An (Hficer in the Loyal Carnarvon Mercantile Volunteers, being the amount ot his pay tot 14 days permanent duty, . '        , Chenit, Doncaster, I. Moore .        . Tickell Church, Mr. Saloin    .      .        . Synagii�ue, Denmark-court, by Messrs Pollack and Abraham , . Paiishol Davvley.near Shiffnall,--      - DitioofStiruhley, ditto,- -r.. T. W..�uid B^. Bqtfield        -.       -   . ' Lamport wiintaxton, E. Ishain - - CrtrfttiWatiey, .Essex, --^ - Soj^tham, VVarwiekslure, ;Mr.'^9nd;> S�UilV�Oreiit,. L. Huxjtam, a? 7 10 16 a 17 10. 6 4 3 7 23 1-6 S 20 16 .61 i I a i 11 3 20 b .  ?) 10 4 7 12 8 10 la 10 t) 8 �'7 .5 .2 tS ( !,f> 5 � o.  �jf. 4 6 9 n 2, 22   O   0 10   o �> S4 4 u o 7 T)"ii jo   00 r J 3! i i-j 6 6 9 12 3 7 o o o d * 65 H A V y, I    KIC K, Dec; ? i,  j 805. rctriy ti treat nfthiuci 'p�rrhhill, Mr: Fltiketlt Parish ot Northle.u-l>, -' Parish of Troqiiicej), .W; Thfeuburn         -  qrCaiinaiihen,^ , St. Anditew s rhapei.M-Kteei, JBIsl.op Skiiiner '29, a> 10 � 4 4 '3 -3 i� to 0 12 , o o: '14    2- Episctipal Chajxilf Long.sidei Ni^r. tilvini.er ;Dut^diU9|.riU.t(?,rMr,..banj!�er,_     -: HiHo,di�to, f!i�f"�"l>. Mf- Sstephen DittOi ditto.''Hiirri.l.-^-'     ..... l^ittOJ ditto-, 'Hmri.t, City ot St Andravy>, aUliHoiml Parish ot Wvipi, h. I st.Nyitd t s' � z-o o o � , o ? o o II o 6. o 6 ft (i 6 S ROYAL-EXCHANGE ASSURANCE O-hl-IGH. . Dec. 1805. PERSONS, 'r|^ As Jitnuaf Premiums fall due on the 2^th insa//t,-^e hereiy informed, that K'cfipii are nvto ready tole:deiii rc Policies ivi-'l be iis:,edjrcc 'f eitpsUce to the Assured, sah^rt iht Annual I'reinism amounts t, Oj. or i/ptvwds. "STAMP-Oi FIUL, SO VIL.'sh l-Pl,ACk Liec^mber 24, 1815. WE, his Majest^'-'s Commissioners f^-r JVianag'ing  rlie Stamp Dutit-v, uuly autJioris.-d By t.'ie Lords Coii'inissioncri ot his M;^Ji:ity's Treasury, p'.:rsu-..nt to Act o* :P;ir.llamentV to let to tarm.thc Duties Riai.ted by " .-^wn -" Alt pf the l-wenivihtth ot Ins p'rcent Majc:tv, oil Horses " let to hire f'Jr t.-iavelluig Post, auu by tmie," do hereby �j^ive notico,     ��    .   � 'M'hrit we intend to-let, at our OlUce in Somersst Place, the S3id Duties to.farm, on Satunhy th-.: 2;th ot January next, botwcJn tlie hours of tciiamt nveLve in th; loren n.-., withm the duTtfiiit \indernieiilioi>-'o, fur tne ter-.n ol t!iree years, from the ist ot l-ebruarv i;e>:t, to such pers^Snsas-inay be willing to contraiil !br thesame. All pcr.wnsmteniuiip; to farm the s.i!d D-utjes-nre to  st;ii:H--t?t f...i3,oc� .Ml persons intending tabid t.jr ihi,-; ui.-.tr:c.t -ire iicoire-l to take ncifict, that, in omsuaixe oi ui-.- i.:i:ti'-u1:ir 1.1.   . Structnns ot tiieir Lords-hijis, it � ii u-- p'.it iip.it t::e sum specffied in themarj^ui here."?, \\-.".ic!i wi:l r^e gradually ab.it'.-d, until a bidding s'i-.!l    i!;:!?-- ; .-ind, .ii,.o.i sucJi bidding, any persoM may ad-.ailt,--, an i t^e i.ijiiiest -bitWer will be decl.-.:ed tl-.e t.irmer, and -.viii be rcq-jir-d ~to yiay down imiiie.'sai.ly, m l?aiik Novjs, --uf-cii^nth   . "part,of the annual rent thetcui us a tleposir ; but    i-jsa tns- '-vin>: tein!>or.iiV or Tj.j.i.ian.r.t S.i:.nJ of .i\i"ri-y, an'.l posve sedci -.!) a^^ v "t'- p�\-c''-i\. t.^.t thev i- iv     s"p-i' .led null aav bi;; 1)1. an adequate Annuity !n!e-eit t.u the s.iuis. A w:l! i:e a-lv;iiiced ti>-th'.is'i ot kna>vn ;i;op'.-ity, seour-.vy S.i:.r.J of it thsv i!..iv .11'' J'l.l e.",!!;! .ul � I'-i    >, bV .viviiig As also tnnr.-y on their per- soi lels�^;^l n.u'ircations ; re d'Jily received nv Messis. Lucas nnd.Co. a: No, 2, J'.j.'iisi-stro ':rtu--b -': thc-c.-;ebi-i;;->l B.'. i G.a.vI o,- '1 OLt'. :1ml are-il;e >le.i5aiiteit an.l ni  luec-.v of tlic kuui in Cj;utis, li >arscn'-'>se--^, S-le 1 j.ron's, aujlbejl-v.x-.op.s on tint Unoiis, hcaUuii'tne Kaun-.-ss aiid in'T;>!)f3S of t.ie li:e.-tst, .(i,d .-t.'loid-in.; Rfcat rclu-t tn .sh.i'ft'ieso 6^ itreath, auu in .-ist.-iiiutic and Gon^utnptlv^> C-ni:>-Uuiis; they d-j r.,it cloV ihc stoujac}!, but rather cieata ao'appotite.  , -B'ut'as tn; great beii*'ht.t , Lud^ate Hill, U pinned Oil thr-St-i-np, all c rhers are Couinei^jits. These LO/JfNC'i are i.r.-oated and sold by R. HA Y--VV.MvD ^^ucce.^5J^ t-> I . *>rN.-cno'ath, the-ilnYetuor,.)-No. .13, L'i^Uaic.;:ilJ; a!ui sohi b) 1: >! wbery. No, 4j, Sr. .Paul s.Cnurch Yard; Laxity Co. Cock-spur-sirrec ; l-acnorind Co'. Ko. t;o, tt.'itoid-siren; J. Ward, No. 314,-Hulboni ; and Win.Claik, No.-iSjj, Oflro-.igh. ''..   -1 .. \       Prite rs. ji 1. liie 1>-X. :     -.       I-OU ittLl,�tiS DI.->wK .hlv.s. �>:J. JAMHS-S ANALi'lTlJ PILLS. FROM-a new mode ot"^ administering these Pills byheadviceot'iiieiHiuent I hysicia.i      the new D.'� reclKmi), Bilious Diseases, so provulent, paritculaiiy aino\g persons-who have. o rempvcftswitlt 'greiter ease ,-iiKi sa�ety tluiit byauy other Me^ivine, Tbey are eipi^lty eiht.ac!ous u\M Disorders of the Stomach and liowp els I ^iit,iiwlig r the smasii; pan s in jhc head      well as l>io.s" . ccasioned t^v tree U-.'iv\4 ; il-.eraby preventing palsies and apoplexi'S, .-^ooUen thewutseijtvfnceot mtcmpenmee,-. l e shou d hs had lo them 0.1 i..�first attaik ota rold, or any'slixhr liidi-^pjsitios', o' atter any exctta.f f tatini; ,0t driiikuig; and tiivis .tH>:ir vwll-knowaoharadeiistic will b9 maintained, of pTomoting li'ive-vitv.   i'ravellers ItiKt sho�lin4>er be waliout the.,.\naleptic l*i, require niWhar conhnMucnt noralicntionofdier Thev ate si)lU only hv F   N.-w'ictv -dud :i\Yatehouse f..1r Or. taiues's i'ov.iler, Wo. vC;.lturi,-li yaiOf-toiir ctiQds irom Cucapside, I >r, I line '� l..t,? h^use in Huuun.stJtsi, aa. eH.ci,�; -Dj'.m one Urt;e Ktv, C'�m. 'uw SIN, lor ,14s. \hiiy inchjited, -N'lnc a sj; whith li-iVc the \M)rLw*' F. .Vcivb.r^, Xi ettgiaveuHii 1 ; sta;!ip�V   

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