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   Courier (Newspaper) - January 23, 1806, London, Middlesex                                tltURSBAY, JANtMRT SS, 180g. j-Rici 6b; THEATRE RO-VAL, DKUKY-lANi:; THIS PRESENT 'EVENING (heir Majenties' , <5sr�ams witladl (*tltims) a ttew bperatib Drama, in ftveadts, called   ,     . THE 'J'RAVELLF.RSi oir Muiic's Pascination. With entirely new music, scenery, lAiekiaery, dresses and , The principal charaaers Bv Messrs. Ellistan, Brahaiuv Jbhnstbne, Mathtws, 0<�Wiorj, and Rannisrer; Mrs. Fowdl, MrS. Mountain, Mrs. Bland:'and Si<{noraStoracc. With FORTUNE'S FROLlC. ... To-niorrov^^, The Virgin Unmasket;. THE.irttE UOYAI,, COVENt^ft.\XDE.M, iX'HTS PRESENT EVENING will be performed ' feritons-Cymbelihe, Mr. Creswell; Polvdote, Mr John-iten? Carf^l Mr. Br^nton 5 Cloteji, Mr tarlev, Mprgun. -iTr Murray:   I'osthumus, Mr. Kemble;  Pi^anio. Mr. fcS-Romans-Iachimo. Mr. CoDke , Ciims Lucius, Mr. Chapman To which will be atJded, ,'HARLIiQUIN's MA6NEr ; or, The Sc^mliftavian Sorcerer.-The Music comjjpsed by Messrs. Warean'f Davy, morrow, Tancred and Sigismuiida. with Harlequin's "Tothe Wiirrhy ami lndtpeort<"nt OV-'RGli'SSSi�.o** ?TN conseijuence of the Ir�vitations ofmany of my .   . .--------ll.  _ ,� A M (etw-cK-tiPon-I ween m rariijfmMn, , e�lively at the fimeof subbcribin^, transfer, their ^Ticket ti> each otlier, as heretdtbrc.  To render the Company seleil, it is an indispen> Aberdeen, Jan. if. sible conj^itibn of the Subscription, that any Tic''Ct sent to a Shop or a Dealer to be disposed oi, shall h: forfeited for the remainder of the Season. Subscriptions are received, for the Managers, at Mr. Bifchall's^ No. 133, New Hond-street, where Tickrts will be ready tot delivery to the Subscribers of hst-year, on At n-day next, the zjrth ot Janiiary.aiidto the new Subscribeis on M�)ndiy the3.I of l-ebiuary. The Subscription willcoritinue open till the limited nuniber be completed. Nomora will be issued than the room canwell acc'ommi>date. 'J'hc ladies' TicketsareiRreenand tviCcn'lemens'red..- The ruleofihis Cone rt, riot to s�b smxlfeiw^tff �<�t t'*lt<*^ . _       ___      Hiits than a w^tilo subrcriptt'mir wul u� stiKfty adlu'rett i� a� endf-nt oi-'RGtSSS^ af^tiW B^^'In Jbrtner)ears, eon iii^u, . . I    gjj^^^ theconcluMonof tlic Hst P.eason the Concert Ro-.m hH'. been compieieiy ventilatiid, aii.d '^a New Orchestra is creeled five leer lowsr in front rhin the forro'.'r one. rrincipal Vccid I'erfirmers-Miss fARKE; ami Madafsie TvI.ANClll. Mrs. DICKONS Uie Miss V'o.Ic) and Airs. VaUGHAN, Miss CKJGl;lEr 11, (I'HPil of Mr. Rauz-ztni, Bath), and Mrs Am4E/. Mr. HARRISON, ,Mi. SALE, Mr. COSS, Mr. VAUGHAN.Mr; tSORE, Mr.. ELLIDIT, Mr. HOKSELEY, &c. &c. and Mrl CAR-TLEM.-VN, with a coinplere Gliorus.   I'rincipal InsTrumpntal Performers-rtLwder of the Il^nd, Mr. Wuchsell; I'r.iicipal Second Violin,,Mr^Mbnilt; First Tewor, ."ilr. Shield; rrincipal Violbncello, Mr, Lindley. iJouble n.ts.se<^ Mr. Uraponetti (4'rincipal), and Messrs. Boyce.and Smart. tJboes, Mes^rs, Ling, and Foster.. Ciaii-net: jiityt fjavy do hirrhy gh.-e N'ltice. that�� Fri lay n'ext, itt xt^ih tint, thiy will he readjf to leceiit Tenderi in writing I tealed up),- \ unit! tat         " F.>r what Hogshead, llarrcl, tfitderkln. Firkin, Long and Short F/�ik, and stout Hazf-l Wood Hoops (antivtrakU to iample$'ts br frhJiiceri wifb the Trii^itjmny Le-ioaniefi Jor the teiv:ct of. thii jiepartment for tiVtlve nitinns certain pom that, day ; and alio    _ For What Rivets, Cooper's Tpol^j and Coopetage Stores, may be dtmandtd/ht t'fie tttVitc of Hit Mfijeiiy't Navy ftr otie year. To 6e delix'ered inli itir {Victualling Stores at !>fpi'trd % aitd to bepid^}far by Jiiilt, payable luitti in'teivst, ninety days after date. The CMiiitiens of tke Comnt'cli may be teen at tlje Secretary'i. Office. J\ln regardiLoillbe liaJID any Tender in ivhicl) the t''>e'    '^i-, untie inUrledin ivnrds at lengl/j, �ril'iit *6utlnot be'deli-je'ed ta^:l the Board befnrt One rfClocK on the tai ' in t. nor Mvlett ihefei-tijn it-IJo mattei tbt Tender, at tunc peiion, O'l (i/v behalf, attends, to antitier vrhen railed fo',   . '' � ALEX. TO>VERS. CITY OF l^UUKI-J TiJriJTINf. ^HE SUBSGRlBIilRS to the LIFE ANNUITIES granted by the Corporation 0/ the City of . Dubl'n) the a4ih dayof June i776f.whb are to be paid ilitir "interesT in London, may.receive Half a Year's Annuity, d'le ar Chiistmas last, by applying to J^r.-William Coiiingham, .l�Joi-18, Union Court, Old UroatUstreet, every VVeUuejday .irom tm o'clock till tyvo,"' '  .- The Siibscriheri to bring with them their Bonds ai-.d a Certificate of the {,ife0fthe Nominee. i^If is requested that inK:aseofd�atli,iioticte may be given as atteve for the future benefitatid regulation �?!each class. ;      TO THE FACULTY. Young'Gentleman; who is about i 7 years cf igeiJias had a Classical nducatioii, and has just quitted sdinol, wishes to engage himself as m A I' I' hV. N'i 1 C E 'with j Siii^ebn and Apothecary of great eminerce and very ejHenSive a: d good p'-aitice, and by whom he will he treated as oaf of his family, and whose residence iS not farther West ' than Plymouth. For further particulars apply to Mr. Drake, PoVicitor, in : Taunton, Somerset ;*nd if by Letter (pcsf paid).  , MR. LAWRENCE, SEA-WATER BATHS, N'o 13, George^streer, Adelphi.   Beiiig in high coiw - ditition and well iupplied.svith pure Sea Water, taken up at the No'^e, and is elBcicious for'relief of various Disorders, &c. such as. the Gout, Wieakn'ess, Kljeumatism, totnl^'i. Scurvy, ScorphUla/ Spastns, ~ Paraletic, Recketts, and, in-' . ward^Comjilaiitts, which inaAy of the Nobility, Gentry, and;, * r'^I^^^I^R^STtI^CTR to r�st, of 3 6r 4 Itodttis, Fur. nishedor Unfurnished. MR. liOWYER'S POPULAR LOTTERY For the Disposal of ithemost splendid Works in Lurope'. THE liberality and upfightness of Wr. Bowytr's intentior.^ respeamg ever* part oJl this Lottery, being i5iow raorp perfeetly unjierstoad, and the complete satisfaction inyariibly manif�teil by th >se who call to see the lin-gravinKSthatars to he given for the Bbnks, ha.ve produced that etfedl, which integrity, accompanied by libstality of condudl, can I'cver fHJlrtj ensure. :     . ' The demaiid tor Tickets within the last few weeks has ex-ceedMi Mr-'Uowyer's most sanguine ex.iedtations ; and as the time ofdpwing is rapidly approaching, he woulu wish to in-tbrm his friends that there c�n bene doubt but that the price of I ickets inustadyatice considerably * This very^ highly admird Portrait of Lord Nelson is given at the time.of purchasing the Ticket, and to those \vlio pur-'chastftvvo tickets, th? Portrait of Lord Collingwo d likewi-se. Tickets Three (J wiueas each-Schemes gratis ; to be had at Mr. Bowyer'.iOrttces, Pall MallanA Cornhill, and at every .JLottery Office in the kingdom.   . FULL MONEY  for PRIZES,-The present Lottery Stlicmecontains' 3'   PiJMsof   L.2o,ooQ     3     Prizesof    L.2,000 3 . , . ... lo.ioa ' 8 � . . , ; , ,000 3      .,      ....       5 03O      20 ......    .        500 Hesides frizes of r>ol; 50I. &c. and (what no other Lottery ever possessed) Ahe first j,ooo ;Tickets. drawn out of the Wheel will e�ch bi; ehtitHd to liL besides the usual chance for the above Capital Prizes. 'I'jckefs and Shares are aellin.g in great variety at the old established Offlces,-4 CoYnhilf, al.d 9, ^hatlng-NCross, Where the last jo.oool.i ant( the two Ijist Frizes of 2o,ebol. ever druwn, ntreall shared^andsold by T. iJlSll. 'f he l-ortery begins the 3d of next Month. Jenkinsm.   Clrgan and CJ.'.ntid Piao'-Forte, Mr..Greatorex. Among the iDStrum;.''.t-il Perfonneis are Mcisrs. Uro -kes, Lavenu, J. iand C. LMulley, Rawlingi, Reeve, T. Holmes, S. T. L)on. Watts,:&xrr-&cr~ The Hand hiis been increased this Season for t^e purpose of inircduciiig in each Concert a Full Grand Overture, by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven, and a muUcrn Concerto or Coi'certante. , Many new Songs, Duets, and Glees \yi|l be produced, a:inong which are the P.ieces composed for the Conccniote's Society by Dr. Callcoiti Dr. .Smith,- Messrs. VVebbe, Hors-ley, R. Cooke, M. Rotk, Elliott, and Spottiirth, which have never been publicly pertormed. Thi* favourite v. om-positioiTS of Sir John S even^on, Mus.D. Dublin, I'; .Mo re. Esq, Mr. Shield, a d Or.Clarkf, of Cambridge, will Jlso be introduced, Particulars of the First Concert will be shoitly an- :h-iunced'.' � �   '  \ /' " /  [ �". : ' npHE Temporary Hoiise of the LONDON IN-X STl I U rJPON, as far as respeels the Library and Reading Rooms, is OPEN EP TUIS D.VY for the use of the Proprietors a d Subscribjrs at No. 8, in the Old Jewry, where Tickers of'.'Vdmhsi/n may 'be obtained On application at the Clerk's OHice. By Order of the Committee of Via nams, -    SAM. WOODS, Secretary. January iS, 1806.      �     ' '      ' � STATE LOTTERY. - To begin Drawing February 3. CWIFT and CO. No. 11, Poultry, London, and O at iheir. Offices ii> most r>f the princiinl 'J'own.s, are sellingthe-TlClvE'I'Saiid SHAKES ofthe PRESENT UrrrERY, in which the five thousand First Drawn J-ckeisvare entitled to aal. each, besides their chance of Capital Prises..      .     , only Prize ,of lo.oool, shared in the last Lottery, �. �8,s39, was sold by Swit't and Co. as also    n No. 3,q7j.       aPrireof       �uoo 7,176     -    �   -        .        500 ^ndiathe Lotteries immediatclv preceding : Ko.6,�gi.    - ifzi.ooo  No. 2o,(j^Z   .^to.ooff 936*.-   .-ro,CToo -      J:?.?>6 5,oeo .Besnles others of of-2,0001   j.oool.  io of ^�:0;Oop �   lo.oJo 2,ooa lo�, �9 IS 5,030 Fint-dr.Tickets 12 ^^ 000 T^'cketa. �iio, 00 30 not l.<.00� 6,. 00 ' B,'oao to 030 -     Tick�t "istDay            A'Oif*" Ditto     .    i."   #�h D?y.    -Kitto    .    .    6ih Day    -        aa. i'�o    .        .Ditto    .    ,   -loth Day-    -   ^. 'rickets and Shates a;retfcMi>vR at every L censed Lotterji Oflfiee., �  . � Ptc.�nt Price of .Si TicVet Half Q^'.iaiwr 5I. 28. od: Erghth . Sjxtffo; h tl, 19$. 6*. oil. cvL V,,'' An caYly I'urchare'is aWvIsed, as the "First ^r�o Trc-kcjs will he entitled to tiL etch, bctiide* ihcirtchaitueolthe Vftpitals. PHlLOSOPHtCAL TRANSAC rU>NS Ofthe ROYAL, Sf)Cl*a'Y of LOND .N. ^ifosigfA-by Dt. BUTr JCM>'^*SwW,an�imvPrAR^^ THE SttbscTfbers, and the Public, are re^wftfully informed, that the Seventh Volume of this Work ii Ci'xipleted, and ready ford livery. i;he Prr>j>rietors flatter themselves that the regularity wlih which ihey haveprnc eded in tite Publication of the Parts and Volumes to nearly the middle ofthe W,ork, not-withstanding the greaiuess of the (inderraking, will be deemed ...a .sufficient pledge of the due completion qt the whole. As the number prL.ted of fhc large paper is extremely limited, persons %vho may be dvsiroiisof^ possessing that Edition are recommended to secure the volumes alieady published,' A prospeflns of the Work may be hnd by applyi.ng to the publishers, C. and R. Kuldwin, New Bridge-street, London ,,       - ~"    EaU'E or       russia, ~~ On January 3 i.St will be published, price is. 6$!. I''HE UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE, No. 26, (N rriiKf)'"r January 1806, b'-ing the first Number, ofthe Fifth Volume, embellished with, ist, ah accurate Ukei\issot Alexaiider the First, Emperor ol Riistia; rndi a-! exact repres-ntaiion ofthe Funeral dr, in which the body of Lord Neljon was conveyed from the Admiralty to St. PauPs, together >viili an engraving of the ball that rte-prive�t England .of that Gallant Admiral. This numb.-r contains, am )m;st .1 variety of interesting suhjetls, nri^^inal (h'*i�ioirs, of .'Vlexai der, Emperor u> Rusia, and of Rohert/Orme, HisMriogra,)her pi 1 .(l=a ; Militiry Charatler of the Armi.:s riigaged in thejjresent War; on Workhouses, and oh the wanagenient of 4l!e Pnor; Original Arieidotes of Archdeacon Paley -, Nekbniai.a, or Anecdotes of tjord Nel-sin, not generally, kf'.ovvn j phll isuphicKi and Historical Qiietioiis and Answers, with Ri^H.-eli'msthereonj Criticism o . S5 inonds, No. z^. Paternoster-row. Mr. CHRI�;TlANs N EW EblTip>r of Sir WILHA � MC.ACK.S I (vne*s CO.VlRtEN I ARILS This day ij pub|i�iicd, ban tnptelj' printed in tour rolirmff, octavo; price tl ii  in boards, a new Edition, being the Fo�rt.-eiiih, " COMMENTAltlBS On the LAWS of RNf: LAND.   In lour Pr'o't*. Py Sir WILLIAM r.I.ACKSTONE. Knf.     ' One of the J iistites of his Majesty's Com t of Common Ple�, With ttie Inst Cutrections of the Author, auil with Notes and Addiii is, ..      ' BJ' EDWARD CFlatsTlAN, i:�q. Chief Jiistic? of the isle of Ely, attd the "ownmg Profsjof ',oi the Lavirs of England in the I'liivefsity 6f Camb>i pi.tii-it: to the Analysis ot Ari�t'�ile's S ec;ilative Woiks. oiiitairiu^ an AccoiMit of tlie liilerp-efers 'H 1 C rrupto s of h's I'lii- Joinnhy, in con-'ection with thf? Hi�t ify of t-'C Tunes in whicS ih?y resoett.vc'y tl-)Ufishal, o* - ' *' Al Ri&TOiLB'* �THlClCS*!.t�^�bLtTlCKS. ilL. f d-npris n.! hi* Pwct cal Piiilo-optii, rrjnsl4t'd i� m rh?rrre.-k. Ilhistfnteil by Intro-.ln.-iionvaivl Hv.ts, tfie c'Vi-tical iliistory of li<� J/ifc, and a new Aitidysisot Us Speculative 'Works. Hy JOIN GILLIES, XL. D. F R S a-ul S.A. I rnd-nj F.R.S. tdiiihur};h,and Historioi^Taphcr ohis Majesty tor Scotland, -     . PrintedfnrT. Cardellim'I W. Par:r?,Sfr3!d. Tlie new jiipiilemem i . nnce 3s. !>r>d a few Copies complete^ in (2��'t >, may still be had, pti*.* tl. 5s. in boards. As above mav also be h.Tl, I, A new. Edition (being the lourth).ot Dr. GiP.ieVs His-^ tory ot .An(iirt.,fji.reece, its C.-.loni'^s and Co:iqrj.?sfsj fcom the earliest 4cpft�i>t;i till the Division ot th� iVince loaiTt Empire in life ijRST ^ includingihe 'iist-^ry of Literature, P! i� los' phv, and the" Fine Arts.   4 V.,ls Svo. il. 8-.. ^i h irn-. 2 a'View ot the R-ign fif I'rederick 11. of i'ri�i!.ia, >v; h a I'aralLl hetwren that Prince and Philip II,.of Mac�o�.. Uy the same, 8vo. ^s, _ A 4�PLEN1)I,D.J ove Woijt in the course or the j'eaf, in one \Jnartu VoJirms of the largest size, printed by'fJeiisley,^ 011 ttie finest EleiShanr Drawing Paper. The number of Copies to be pri^ited shall wholly depehd upon the number of gord !mpressi;>ns that can be taken of the Engravings J and it is thereft/re recom-. pies as are ordered before the fi.'st of July next will be Five Guiieas, or with Proof Impressions of the Plat-^s, Seven Guineas; and the money may be paid either on giving tMe ordei=, or on delivery of the Work, After which time the prices will be advanced.      ' Iftlraely orders are given, Three Copies only will be printed oii the finest Vellum, with the best Proof ImpreS'iiuns of the Plates on Satin. The price of each of ih.-S'J Copies will be One Hundred Guineas, elegantly bound in Morocco. '   , An Alphabetical Li,t of Naine-s^ with the Dates of Orders, will be published and annexed to ttw Work. This D;iv was publ'shed, in 4to. price 1/, its. 6d. boatds, A FRICAN MEMORANDA, relative to an At. �% tempt f.-� establish a oRlTIsH hE P I'LliMENT on the,! S LA N D of � V L A M A, on the WE S TE R N COAST r f .\FUICA, in the.Year 1792. With a brief Notice pf the netghbouting t rih^rs, .Soil, Produdicns, 8ec. and tome Ob^ servations on the facility 1 f Celonizing that Part of Africa, with a view to Cultivation,'and the Introduotion of Li^tters and Region to its Inhabirants ; but mgie particularly as the Means of gmdoally abolishing African Slavery. By Capt.i'HI LIP REAVER, R.N. Illustrated by a Map of the Western Coast of Africai and Two Plates. London: Printed for C. and R. Baldwin, New Bitdge-strect.^ This day was published, rlcg^ntly printed on an etitire new type, in three large volumes octavo, price iK 'j6s. in boards, A- COMPENDIUM of MODERN HUSBAN. ZJL, DRY ; principally written d^ritig a. Survey ofthe Gouix'y of Surrey, ^nade at tl.Vdesiie of the Board of Agri-eulture. Illustrative also of the best pradices in the nei)ih� bouringCounties, Kent, Sussex, &c. In w]>ichis.coinpriseii An Analysis ot Manures shewing thfeirC'heniical.Contents and the broiper application nt-them ta#.>il8 and pla.tts of'all dc�cn|itlou�.-Also, An Essay onTim^r, exhibiting a view el �he increasing scarcity .of thttt iinpi\rtanti^rtiQ|e� with tfinrs on .the meaii�s .o,f counter�4\iug it^-.trgether with a .Variety of MIsceManious SubJ.^fls pectillaily'adapted to the present state of the mien al economy of the khigdom.' By J a^JEs Malcolm, Land Surveyor to .their Royql Vtighitesses the Prince of  Wajes, andthoDtiltBsiorVorkandClarentje. .  i Illustrated by Piales,. urrsy,tcoi('uredso as to. po.ni oat ,the va{iation� ot soils in the drttitreilt distiltts. London-: Printed ,for the Authorib/ C. and It. Baldwin, Ne�rl3ritlge'street. , Thereare a very fjjy crtpie.i, elegantly printed on 6pe,royaI pitper, hat'pressed, price jl j�; ; ^ .        ^ This Pay is published, in one largCTolume, odlavo, price .15s hoards, , 'T'HE ELEVEN REPORT'S ot the  COM-X  *�*Ji^WtR*-  HyJOHN PRYING MAXWELL, Ofthe Honbttrable Society of the tnher lemple, Author of tneSpiritof Marine Law, &c. �c, As the Numerical Reiferences are similarto those i-the "vriginar vol minoiis Reports-and as f-.e t.enenl Ev device has oeen at'einpted to be anal) zed, this vol um , wh 1st itdiHiises ihat information which is ts en-ial to ;iiabl:.the public atciir'tely to appreciate the imporiant services of ih .Naval Comiiii>sioners, will at the .same time be valuable ay a species otcompcnd ous l.ndex tp those Gciiilenieiiwho^ being in poKe.-sion.i'f the Ori.inal'Repo-t<, may he desir us more reani'y to refer to the numerous and impoita.it viocu. meats contaike f rjpHE FOUR GOSPELS,  trihislated from N.,t s Greek; with preliminary Dis^eitaiions, and critical anil explanatory. By GEORGE CAMPBEVL/ D.D. F.R.S. BH;n. Principal of the Marhichal Col le^'c,Aberdc-n Primed for T. Cadell snd W. Pavles, Sirand| W, Creec Ednb'irgh j.and A Brown, Aherisen. Of whom may be had, bj-the same Au-Jir�r. !Jis.-.ertaii�n on Miracles ; iliud edition, w, , ,  ,tt�aldit'on� are added :>eimnts ah4 Frails. , including the Heiiry Petty, aJUed a list ot the This clay are pubhslied, in one volume oci^tvo, illust'at.tl by ten plates, iirice tos ,6d. in bowels, 'X'HE PRINClPLtS cf BOTANT and VE-i   G ETABLE P H V ,S1 OL erseded, in Germany, a'l other Intro dudioni to . oiaiiy, of wli civ, in that country, there are niany of long stinding and great reputation. It is not Icre intended to uraw. a c >mpurisbn between this Work ^nd the ElementaryTrentises on Botany in our own language ; but it may be allowable to say, that it co.-.tains many things wliich are not inany of them, and some things which could not be-in any of them ; for instance, an explanation of the Phenomena of    .      .... discove eases of ^........ ________^ writers,- &c. It is illustrated by a set of plates alwgether new; and there is a table of colours, with a plate, which will be of essential use to studeiits, n�t of botany only, but in the other dej^artments pf natural history. � B^N'S JUSTICE. This day is publi.shed, in fcur large volumes oiSlavo, price Two Guineas in boaids, a new edition, being the twentieth, correiled and consideiablv enlarged, of R. BORN'S JUSTICE of the PEACE and _   PARISH OFFICER, with the adjudged Cases and Statutes relative to the Otftv^and Duties uT a justice ot the Peace, brau^lit down to the present time. By WILLIAM VVOODFA LI., of the Inner Temple, Esq, Bairisterat Law. Printed by A. Straha � Law I>rint;r to the King's Most Excellent MajeUyi for T. Cadell and W. Oavles, in the Strand; F. and C. Rivingtoj�, St. Pftd's Church-yartI; Longman, Hurst, Hees, and Orme, Paternoster-row; and J. Buiterworth, Fleet-strcet. . Of � hum may be had, by the same Author, I, Ecclesi isttcal Liw, Sixth Ethtion, with Notes and Relerences, br Simon >raser, � q. 6arrister-at t.aw,^4 vols. Svo, it, izs. in boartfs. �. A new. laiv- Diilionar/ intended for general Use, as well as jf r Crffitlemen of the Profession, a vols, 8vp. 16s, in bow�ls.        � ''   J_ D' This Day is published, h ndsi-mely priiired iii Six Vrjlmn'-s ' ; Oilavo, prlce�l. �s. boards, a new and complete Edition of A N INQUIRY into the PRINCIPLES of P0-; /l.;LrnCALffiC^)NOMYr being iin,^^^^^^^ itieiice of Domestic Policy in Free Nations, ui which we paihculS'ly considered I'opuUtion. AgilcUltUik -mde: in-' dostry. 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