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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 13, 1806, London, Middlesex                                niB SiECJB l)> ..la.CllADf. The ?�a*ief,"Mi: BrklWinj ^6WMi*efiJ;'-MK �llart-ymore; tB:iiiM;l,\lf. Couk� : YiiUfpliyMV; jVtallheWs  ;Leoiiold, \tf.> n udfister ; Pet&r, Mt. Ififeiiain'i .Miiiil)!!, Mr: iViiller.   ld>et out certain l'arc;;ls Parts vH' the Opeijaiul COiriraon Fields within the^Aid Parisli, which we pioimss to sell by l^ublic - .^HIS PRESENT EVENING will.be pcifomcd A   a iR-w I'ragedv, iiv| ailft, culled. ,        ,K1NC; RICAKDRIJ. TME TmRI>. 1ijch�/ii, Puke  rj. org,-l-Jjc.ScanIrnivMn Sor-te-er;-"Rve Wftisrecompass* By* MeaSft. Wareaiiif D^vy. " Tj-mofoij.', As You Like tt, wtth thencw Pantominie^ M^aCfeKirimR.' D�/crnnive Account, gratis. Auaioii, attheHousCofMattliew Saich, the C#eor|e jnn, in the Town of Ruiidip, oii Kri ays previous to the Sale a>.d at the PXinciual limsMi the Ne'iKhbourhiiod; and inav be viewed on application to Kob.-rt Turner, Eastcoit.   Dated Uiis *7th Day ot Nov, iSoj. ^ THOMAS WYATT. he tive* Krivme Lessons at liomi every :'rt...�� . Lad e& and (.�iitiemen � lOBiievery, mprning trom Terms, liit;lit Lessons tor �.t.teri eH'6.very Monday Everting for Lart^es ajwl^^t-ptlevnen.to pracljp? ejjuntryUai.ces and Reels : noi.. hiit^iiiKanw ^t'UipiktamAy'are admitted. Terms, 0,.c Ouin-jai iwr.f^UatKr.r r(v-com�nence at eight o'clock, and close at eicveu,' A Hai-p a;iiu tiyd Violins attend,  Vt}sk Ctill�v�y.-te|clies'�he Piaittt-fs-ie and Harp on reaso:i- .  rfl'IiAfifi .U)*tPER'rG�i)V:EK*JMhNT. A.PER^IQ.NI of  tesuciaaWIiiy ' wishes  for a '-^ArtytT oVany'ofHer Pl-HIVIANKN r SITUA-TI.OX tJND;>lt COVtKiNMftNT, or in one.of the It 8VAk-, neir Hatilax, Yorkshire, about eleven  * '   � Wilkinsons, lutivesot steis ot the aliove Fa-will send their Adnress to IFeitlierof the Three (jcntkmen iirc living w  colars, Npj, rj, .Surrey-^stfce), in the Strand. Rent not exceeding. i)bpuineas a year. t?w Ad^i*J�fr".Jtfi 'give- Xbt �i  ARMY.~A SECONP LIEUTENANCY in a A mot t-vourite and eligible Corps at home, tor the Re- v ,16^ Brokers need apply,     ^  any apvli-idid to but by letter  post paid) direded to i�tincc of Wales' Coiiee-lwuse, Leicester FREE HOL INLAND and Wl N DM I H.. iiear Canterbury, To be SOLD by AVJCTIMN by CHARLES LEPINE, On S.\TURD.\V the i5fh day of Ja.iuary, inst. at the Rose Inn, Canterbury,at I.leveno'clock in the (orenoon, unle>s previously Disposerfot by Private Confrad,of which due nonce Will be ttiven,      - ALL that Piece of. freehold land, con. taming by esitimauon one acre, little more or lesi, si-tii'te ii> t'#e Pari.sh ot Saints Cosinus iind Damian, in the mem ; together wulva WINDMI LL, lately eretled the.eon, and nearly (Completed. ThemiUis built ot excell^it m-terials, and the workmanship is of a siipicrior kind, stands at a distance ot about one nulii'and a It^ilf tr/um. Canterbury,. Aud four miles and a halt trom VVhitstable, well situated for the London Marker, or for the Retail Trade and Gristing, l^he mill has every advantage for wrttd, amt the roads in that part of the country are extremely gvotL Particulars mav bc^ had ot Messrs. John and WiUwm C(�>ke, Ironfounders. No. J5, Red Ltoii-Stjuare,- Lundort; Messrs. Sandys and Piercqi, Solicitors, Cartterbujry, wh >.wtll treat lor the same ; and also ot the A�l:l;"ionecry,(gi;;iterbiiry. tpULL MONjp^ for Prizes.-the present X   Lattery Schein^Hbtttains �3       P(i�es,�f   L.2d,oon 3    .     .   .   .   .   10,.00 3        *  .     " 5-0301 Ue�ides Vrizesafti-ol    '  " : st'A^iP^OFFtCEiSOMEftSEtwPLACE. Ins Maj?sty,,'s Qbnimissjpners^ Vy- th^.Stamp Utttwi.UMlyiiaUiOiorisid by. tUe'Lortls Coit>mi>sioners of his Majebty's Treasury, purju,,>nt to AiX of Patliament, yto Vt to..tunn tlie^DuiiesJManteji by " An " Art of the Tw�iiv-iflflIiofbispreieirt!ftftittstyv'�i�-Horte^' let|p liire^fot -Uftivelliflg- Pfpst* and by tnnei" do hereby give/lotice,     . / ' ' ;    � vr-  ,"  ' . * ^ . 'Phiit we intend to letj at oiir Office in Sdrritrset iMdce, tlie said Dutici to firm, on Slfiirday ijie ssrii of JatiuHr/ iiextj between Hie iiuart of tin aTl(tt�vclve in the foren- onj within the disiritt Imdcrinentioned, ft.ir th� tetn<6f three years, from the istof Februkry'ncjtt, to such persons as may be wtUingtocontratlforthesain.e.    - '      - � All persons int^hJiii^ t6ijr.in lite siid 0ati^ ar6 tvdclivcr. in ftierir proposals tp.us �at the Stamp-t)liicq im- Somsrset Place, at least three ilajrs ptevious to the said astli ila/. <3f January next, signal vrttlVtheir names, ^tating^thc places oi' thtfirabode; anif specifying they Hitend -tobid for thesSaid distiiit, or thei< propasaU e,'can Ue adi^uted tQ coiitrad f�r the said duti>-.s'. No. V     . J31STK.lC.T,lbH'*�*o''a"n-ift, MidtDeseXiincIddlhg't^oiKlott 4^Wy�TmiAUer JL-i8,oc,o All pcrsonsliiteitding tabid f0rthisdisti'iel/i>re' e accepted at a price which shall be (teemed the prnper v^Iue thereoi, it will be with- . drawn and otherwise disposed of.     '!.'...� J. BlNlJiCY. \V. LAKE. L. lENKIN^. ED. F.HATTON. W. R. SPENCER, PORT OF LONI>0>f.-yLACKWAI;L ROCK; THE Committee for caffjing into execution the Acts of I'ailiament for tren^lering mure commodious arid tor belter repularmi; tlie Port ot London, having ascertained, by various expi;rimonts, the consistency of the Kock at blackwall, will meet at Guildhall; in the City of London, on Thursday, the 16th January, r8o6, at Twelve o'Clock at noon, to'rcceive Prupotals, sealed up, from persons who may be vvilling to remove it. � Particulars, with a Plan^ may be seen at the Office of Works, CuildhiilJ, where lurther information may be had, WOODTHOKPE.' 5�'j^dMi5hed in 8vo, price ^i.'Tfv boards,  The Secbifrl fid'fim improved of 'THHR mSSGNANCE op the Foilr generaljy tr^ 'X^c'ej^edEVANGfelJiil-S, arid-the Evflence oJ i)i;:ir .^.titlleiitiintt ekamixieiL '�li �   ' '  . �? 'ByU'DWAilO E VA'NS?).*!, "A .'Ml Printed for I' joHnStn, in St-l>�tP4'Church-yard. ' ^n\        . ^ ji- l �i.tl!e grite ofR^rgiou in Christendom, 3 8 Prizes of L. 2,000^' w   1,000 , to   .   .   .   .   .   ."    500 ...... 50I. &c. and (what no other Lottery ,e�er, yosSwsetJ) the first 5,006 -Trckets drawn our ff the AVheelvUleachrtir entitled to ztl. ixssiidwrtite usual tJiafice for the above Capital j'nzes. Tickets and Shares a're selling in great variety at the old established Odices, 4 I'ornhill, and 9, Charing-Cross, wlieie the last jo.oool. and the two last Prizes of zo,a->o). eve; drawn, were all shared and sold by ,1'. lUSH. The Lottery begins the 3d of next Month. No. *6, Cornhill, $2, Chaimg-Cross, and St. Margarets Hill, Borough. , - ths First gulation.  A fso "arrl: nsigiicy ^;picyent.tfouble cations be   tended  TSIr. J. Moore, Prince Place, Leicesier-sqnare, *T'{J5I tJentJemcri who were travelling through L. lirentford on Tuesday the 16th of' December last, xbotit two o'clock in the afternoon, in a pr>st-chaise. and w^prescnt at the time a st?gc coach was driven agJnst a liorse there-will lender'an important : the.iiorse, >^nd placcfs___ ^ick^stteet. Ctil ed of Assignment I   executed by John .Grenfellai;d John V'^l.liiain'^, lite of Capital favour of those before the 3d ot drawn usual considcably in next month. I^ORiissY and Co. respeftfully acauaint the Nobility Gentry, Societies, and individual Adventurers, that they have - for Sale a variety of Tickets and Sha.es on the lowest terms. " The tiioney lorths Prizes paid on ttcmanil, whether a zzl. cr Oriitrs by Le�t?r or Carrier executed cxaflly on the sa^ms terms as it pifs^iit. ICHARDSO'N, GOODLUCK and Co. lesped-lly ncqiaint the I'iiblic, tli.it the Schema for tlie Guil.lhall, 21 ncc. 180J. DROPSY.^Mr. LUXMOORE, of Southamp. ton-buildmgs, Molbotn, London, (late Surgeon at Uxbridge^, tkinks it necessary to acquaint the Public, that he continues to attend Patients in the dittirent species Of this Disorder (which includes Dropsy of the Chest), both in Town and Country; and that he mav be consultetl at home every Monday before Twelve, and in general every other morning belore t leven.. N B, No Letters, Unless post p.iul,-will be received. 1-orSALE, on ^MUR$o^ y next, the j6jh inst. at No. 70, Tower-streer, at Twelve o'clock, THE FO L LO W I N G G O O P S, viz. t? Pipes ft-Jd Port v/tne. I Ditto, ditto, trom Private Stock. 200 Dozen Red Port Wine. 60 Dozen Burgundy. 100 Dozen bottled Porter and Ale. 6 Puncheons preserved Orange Juice. .3 Pusclieiwi Gu), under Kini('� Luck, .1 Pipe Madeira. turiher (larticulars of O. VV. downing. Tower-street. Oiri'tha i^th inst. will be piiUlUhwl, (ifrit.d .In I'oiM'i - -liimiis, wi vo v->J;J!>I,.'v: r-rj'Si'   tiivH; price il. los; in exiVatv.tr.l-',   - THE DRAMA'nC W'(>RiCS of VVILI>IAM SHAkSPEAkp ; embflij.sacd with vtenhfT Title-pages, engraved by t-ittfer, trbm Diilgnsbv:..5m(.d4 . Jbe inultest comp.ttfs; and at the rtipsr reaSpnjbie prjcp'lyiiierto otfercd to the public. . . ''^.y,:./� .r Printed Bt^WlllriHB'Miller, i^T&anjtTte-ttitiat.;;,, ,-rDr. MA^^i^R',S~.N=eW W04i.K...L..rjj,^�?   ' This Diy is published; in Two elejsaiit .Volumes feoJsSap ...Odavo, price, gsijniboafds,, , -v AFATHER'S GIFTtohis CHILDREN.;: consisting of Onsmal Essays, Tales, .tables, Uclicctions, &;c. Ac- '  �       ,.      .  :  ; By AVILLtAM MAVOR, L.L.D. .. Vicar of Hvif ey, m Uerkshire, and. Chaplain to .the Earl of -it.: ...Moira. Printed for Richard Phdlips,:No; 6} New Brdge street^and tobehadofall Booksgllers.       - . USEFUL'BO()k.s"for CHILDREN.    ' This Day is publishal, in Tht�e Parts, eirher.pait to behad separately, price 3   each, handsoinelv half l^bund. 'X'HE BOOK of-TRADES, or USRARY .'of'the X USEPUL Ak-VS. inwlrichev?ry TKde-is,lllusrrat.?d with separate Engtavi-a^S, and its -Histjri', -Utihtv, pr-ifent Sl'ate,- AdvamageSjand Disadvantages, are tullyandacca;a�ly described, ,    ,       -� PAflT i; Bricklayer.' C rperiler. Cooper. -Stone-mason', Sawyer.     -Smith.    PART- 11. Feather Worker. Lauiulress.' Pawiour.    � -Turner. Brush-maker. Taylor.  Shoe Makitr. ^ ' PART IH. Ne�dle Mdker. VVireMak : b.e.i del vered ii:j'| :   ... .t. hands, tlic- ^a"' State LctterJ'Tocominencc Drawing on the Ul ot" l-ehriiary. 1806, consists of I w-nty-five Tho,usaiulTick.-ts, and contains '7   Prizes of   ^.2n,o.iO|   8   Piizss ot ^1,000 i H.Qf) > 5,000 2,(100 2.> 120 500 H)0 5� \nii rhe .;,ooo First drawn Tickets 22I. eaj:h   bwiides being e.t tied to the chance oCtlie Capitals, and all ot i=r I'rizes. Tick-is and Sbar-s are on Sale, at t leir Ollic^s, Bank Bi-ildl -Ks Comhil!, a.id facU.^ theC;aic of l-iie Knit's Mcwa, Charia-vcn-s-, l.-nd '    /    � . . '    . ' This Way is published, by J. Rudd, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. ASTATISTICAL VIEW of FRANCE, com. piled from Authentic documents; By tlie CHEVALIER de TlNSEAU. � Second Edition, Royal 8vo. price los. 6d. 111 Boards. Also, Considerations tor and against a South American Expedition, price 2s. This day were published, by VVilkie and Robinson, and C;. Robinson,London, and Bell and BradtucCj itdmburgh, price 7s. in b.^ards, ELEMENTS of GEOMETRY ; containing the first Six Books, of Euclid ; with a Supplement on the Uuadratiireof the Circle, and the Geometry of Solids.   To . which are added. Elements of Plane aiid Spherical Trigonometry.  Second Edition enlarged. By JOHN PLAYFAIR, F. R. S. Kdinbursh. Professor of Mathematics in the University of Edinburgh. On Saturday will be published, in two vol^_.rSiui. pricem '      boards, i6s.   /   *..-'j1j->'- A   DISSERTATION tJh the PROPHECIES, that have been tultilled,are novV'fillfiUing, or willhere-after ' '       ' tb of the Jew Brajiier. , Eut'on Mp>�r. Cabin^'t Ma*.er. Sadler. - .. , Olass' ftlower. L.idies Dress Maker,Calico Printer:     Cork Cutier. Pill Mak?r. Tiir-P late Worker. Watch Ma!r�f. ' Printed tor T-ibw t ani Co. at thcjttveij'le^nd .Sch'jo! 1.1. braryf No. jj7,'New Bond-street, and i-o be.hidot all Booksellers in Town and County.-     N. B. At the well-known Jnvenile and Scho-jl Librarv, ot Tabart and Co.-are constantly kept on sate, an unequal-ledtiAortmept of Uoalts ior young oeoplt a . , with which the Trade in the Country are> supplied on advantageous Term*. :  � This day is published,- mone very .large volume qiurio, with thirty-nine.cnpper-plaies, price'J wo Guineas and a Half in boards, -  ADICTIONARY of the VETERINARY ART, containing the latest ImpVovsrneiits and Prescriptions recointnende.l br ihe College^ as werl js by mod-'m V/titers on. th:it subjeft. And iiitluJing such Parts of Comparative .Anat >iny. PIiv-siol.-)i;y, Pharmacy, Chemistry, icas-a'ccomicclfdwitn the Veterinary .^rl. The whole illustrated bv numerous and rlegant ^ngr.iv. ings of the ..Anatomy and Diseasss ot the H.Jrse; and *;ir.-nin5 a Work no less calculated to assist the protessio.'.al Vefen- domestic .injm.ils are su hjVct. By THOMAS ?OARD.MAM;   ; Veterinary Su rgeon to the 3J (or K ihg's owii} Rogimerit of *     �         . . _  ,   l>rai;oons. �  ' Londm: Printed tor 0.'Kcarsley, Fleet-street. This Day are .p'.iblished,. haiid^ionicly p.'inrtjj in jjuartq, on fine V.'.per, with Fiv? Plates in each Part, trom Paintings after Nature, by^Sy.-teiihamEdwartis.. Part 1. to VI. price j-i. or beiiltifullv colouicdj 9s. each, of a By Paid's Picca-  TATE LOTTERY for 1805, I a.�iib/Tickets, .bc^in* l>riwUi4,M �i�daV- bard-street, iirider      ,. . *onand Dawsen, tto^ sijlicijors, ot idea from the beiithi ot the tn icliided trom 1 ,  ]anu3fy,7, 1806. otherwise they will become ti'ivt ilefd . ELL1S0N iina DAW.'iON. fONEY: ^Messrs. LtlCAS aiid Co. be g leave hf And the fiTSt-driwn 5.000 1 ickets will be ent t each, exclusive ..t their Char.cco  t^af>!'�l/j;f Ticket, and Shares aw on Sale byllAZARD, rhe SC'liliME Prizes of [   L.2o,ooj l0,O3 3 5,000 contairliig Feb. 3, �8o6-CONSISISOP ; Prizesof L.z.opa S - . . ..  ^iipoo 20   ...       .     51" "C. be entitled to 22I. BURNE, � Co Siocic iSfVat tlicir State'Lt)ttery01!ice,.No.4i3, undt-r the Royal Exchange, l-on: ...ipi:siM�'idiansweied wttliyut del?) � ConWtUMi..^!f!�!'��^^ liuwiicss and exclusive of those ('ji'hlTs. accompanied with short dated Bills V- 'r"'"';.Xf oHico OMcV;;'iV'Cash^ivVarcel by _C6,9^ on Lpn<'on, depend on Sgueal^dexiiiiyo^^^ orCarrier, P'Miduallyattc.id�rto; andCofresppnUenwrnay son lly present. RAND  LOTTERY begins Drawing ILURUARY 3, i�o6. C lliMt. 3 J 3 8 2i  oo 6,co6   8,000 10 OJO . 5 6,600 Part of tlic above Capitals F��(-*>'"*" I'lckci ist :'�v Ditto      -     - ,  �.�iKo . Ditto rickets and Ohficc. . Present 6ii� Oay     -, ' .      .     7t'i    :iy   . -.  .  .    iblh Day Shares are scllini; at every X^IOiOro 19,000 t.OpJ L-censctl Lottery PricT (da �' iclx^t od. od. i:ighih Sixt�'irh 11. 19V 6. od. od. ^��^'AneJrl/Pn.chaseis .dVised, as .he First  d for V. C. and .1, Rivington, No. 62, St. Church-yard; sold also by J, Hatchard, No. jgo, ililly.   � '� .MRS. TEMPLE'S NEW NOVEL.        ^ This Day is piibli'ihed, in 5 Volumes, price ais, in boards, FERDINAND FITZORMOND ;  or,   THE FOOL of NATURE : a NoveL Uy Mrs, TEMPLE. ^ Printed for P.ichanI I'hiliijW, No. 6, Bridge-H''eet,;Black. fri.irs; and to bs had of alHiooksellers, and at all the Circu-laiii.g Libraries.   Of whom may also be had, 1, A Winter in London; or the Fasciiutionsof Fashisn. By T/i'imas Skinrier.Suer, (Author of Splendid Misery, ice, iic,)  In Three Volumes, price 13s. 6d. 8. The Novice of St. Dominick.   Uy Miss Owenson (.Authoress of St. Clair).   In Four Volumes, price ios. ......"".lublished: Mr. sine, forcing, and managing dittiitsnt sons of ,V?t:etabl4Trp-Uuiitions. whether of rlieesculeiitor ornamental .Kinds.; with corred Engravings of the various A pparJtns neces^ary for tlje Purpose, in- Biiildings and o�herCuntrivai^csSj4rm original Draivincs made by Mr. Blunt,- as well as of the more la* and ct}nou� Planrs employwUn the.V�ayof Oovamenl aud Variety in the PleasureX;tQUivisGreen:4ousss, a ^d Stoves; Mr. Phillii's has also recently pul t. Fleetwood; ,or the New Man ot Feeling.   By Godwin   iii Three Volumes, ptice t5S.        / A New Edition of Caleb 'tvilliams By the same Author.   InThree Voluitics, price 18s. 6.L^An�l, 3. Vimious Poverty.  By Henry Siddo-ns, t�q. Volumes, 13s 6d. '        '       .    � ' � Jan. 10, i8c6. In Three Lj^ptntb. PROPOSALS of a new, enlarged, and imptovect Series of Donovan's Zoology of Great Britain, comprising the vji-rious Classes of Itiseds, Birds, Fishes^ and Testaceous Vermes, or Shflls. . - In Part of the above, on the ist of f eliriiary will he pub-lishedi price as. 6d. to be continued Monthly, the first Number of a Sectind Part of THE NATURAL HISTORY of BRITISH IMSt GTS, ex^lainiii)} them in their several States, with' the peribds of their Transformations, their Foorl, Osconomy, &c. The whole illustransd With Coloured Fi. gttws; By E. DONOVAN. F.L.S. - .J^tintetl foi F. C. and J. Rivington, No. 6j,"St..Paul's Church Yird. A Proipedtus rtiay be had gniiis, 'df the Publishers, andof all other Uookse>I�rs. Also,      ' I, The Ten preceding Volumes of the BRlTl.SH IN-S E CTS. I'rice, in N ujnbers, as. &I. each, or in Voiymes, in Boards, price 11.1 is. each. a. The NATURAL HISTORY of BRITISH'SIRDS, ill Numbers, price 3s. each> or in five Voluineis,Bi^ud)>t price il. 16s, each.   ' S The NATURAL HISTORY of BftlTraH . . in Numbers, prive as. 6d.;�icht or it� ti�e Volumes plctc, price, in Boards, ij, t^i. e^cb.         , ' �, ( 4. And the r ATURAJ, HlaTORY of FISH I- S, miw in a cbilise of puhHcatinn \h iMn'nthty'Nutii-bets, pric-- JV. f'.l. c.'ch, .joNufflber>-of \hich ar<{' ahcwiy pi:bl'�l:cd. . < By ALEXANBER.MACDON'^-bli; CarJriier. This Work will -be completed -in H'oitk?en tifartsi to be published successively rhs tsfofthe lVKihiA,,&rniiiig Two large and handsoniei VoUimes in QuAftsi. -"iS^eiNiii^ber of Pla-es will fw about. Se�ent�;; oi wtiich ,;Smw will be devoted to the Representation oV .are arid curkWyPlants ; and :the Remainder.to the Views ami Illcstraiions ofcithe Build-iiigs necessary to the reariRR'of them. - ^^^^ Printed for OiK�/sley,Kleet-stwet. This day are piiblishrd, in fiiur- larj;* v.)liMi�es,'�v.,. vmih Ninety, six t^uuf'o Plates,- elegantly pnijravedjpiriceThfte Guiness, in l�'ar MC..PHi:LOS{) 1-H Y  "*y.'.i^iij.ig: ..imising Dissertations and. E naViiV.'--* vontcrwns .K.Vr;wJ^^c^t Subjcits, theuiost remarkable iirid iiwprf, to;.�:.y�iip*c{;'iCij:iy->i,ii attention to the.AVhple r^iiRCif th.e.Xlii5'ie.i;:jji,.'iiaatj.i'h'iloso-pfi(t;al Sciences; the wh'Jsjrc.ired a |>l^.i,it;,i'.^i:j ejjsvfr.jn. ner, and adapted to t^.C u'^mpteUfniiv^i.ot/H'dAVii.'* a" the (eiisr initiated in t.'iosf Stieiiee^,. -    -By CHARLES �yVl-0i>t,^^,l.. . Arid ProftSsordf Mii|(ienwu�;� inV.i.ii-i R4xl..^JiiltaI�y A v,l to diyiwj^ it must'ba dcckedoi^ with cHU^Cv^^s!:^aerll;|.,�     iiiti,mie ,c\uiosity by half veiriiiR and h.ilf cXpJimif^U^i^'flwii.rii secrets, and, iriusit i;i>ii^e:>:nh;!ii"'.pi\d.Y'.'nj3y;v^j!fJ.he^^^ ffOfknoxV^Cs^^'e ai ii�k's a^e better eslculnW thm �tw v>)Hh;cs t>?tR'e    v t*:%^�i. V tule- tf'>nwi!i{s, ami n�t th Vtti� , _    intinucd ,-�> ei'lM^^^^ jCvJo the (flost .-.iintile ttxith.- vimtet.tha m*f uWMi*tfK,f<�inft:'' �--.".l.^ijMv Kevinv, iviayV^j^.   

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