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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                'ipHIS^R^SENT-EVENING their' Maje.ties'      ^ �     ' 00ncLA'S.'; �' �:; NomI, hy the Young Roscius ; L-ortl Ranriolph, Mr. HuDand ; Gle'n9lv,>r),;K'ir.>Barrymore frMntflila, Mrs.Powell . Sfrlohif �.oVeriiIe, ^Ti. Dignuni; Jobson, Mr. Bannister; Ttell. M'rs'ybttian, . . ; JOn;TI%iifla>�,f Travellers, >yith;the>yeathercrck. - ' �'   TH U AT �1: �^TRX^-y a li, coy E N T- C A ATI EN... j.JL; a .Tnigejly^'called    :     . . irT .v    "  -   .Macbeth;  j,..J4acb�hiMri:K?inbJe % Uaity Macbeth, Ii4fs. SicWons. f. �    uv . >. ; With tou'roF rr.ACK. 'i^^j^p-;-T->-'-rc-^--H- f :MCE 6;). iit'liislv^niepJ5M)i not ^ess tVan 3 piece ; each piece con' rt(f ahaut as yar^s. �s wstrtanled, and the money reuirned if (Mt^H}�J^-^*o*t"'"*'�'wise, fv\ith money)*5BeeM'�!(fiVith ^ "Cash; .as jisualt^fQr.Raiik of Irel.inU Notes. .   , \ O'RKHN, Agent ro ihe Co-npaoy Lr-U6HSs vKo.' I r6r New* Boh.Knreet, oiTers to JEX.*th�S Noftitity and tJerTfi^y a^fashion.'ihlc "assortraent of �i'riique8,^lman'UfattUwlon srtcb'j principle that tlvy do nnl-�bsttii4t iJWSjJlMtlbO.yH ai)t)iciciitly covered with liair, so that they be qOtihhArrn imydircdion w.thout the luibiiiry ot i theif lieinj! discovered fiom'a'-'Natrir.iI Wetid of Hair; df v^t sfjfle, ahd'WirH a'f}U-?hef*'ad.vanra;;e oi neV'er shrinktii);, a fault n'Hcttliers.hive,' 'f^|)e ha;l only at HUl;h^s ' tas-fuonable-Maitutattory, whtrc-'thVgVeateit assortment qf HainOai.diieritsrfiay bfeMd '    *" "__^ � TO :BU'M,�EIiS. &c. PERSONS wilfing to Conrr.ift for Buijding n COPN-MAUKFT aiid..VSfiliMl!|.Y<.ROOM, in the "Ti?i Chambers i� Southampton Build:in.'s, Oli.incery laile, f,o.\v� �lnn,'or m default thereof they, will tie percit)[)toiily excluded the bcnetU of the And !>cvee. ; -TVT^'^ friday, ilie Sixth D.y of Dra-.*:n^r the birst-dnvviv 1 ickrt wi.l hft 7.o,=ool.    Vii\ur(\sn J. TukprsaftdSiiafes,are Selling by 1R)KN53Y ar.d Co ^' Biaacly,^    ,   v   ' 'I ickets loi.. los. I-TmIvps . Qm^rtc.rs ^5  K 1 ^4 hixweiiihs o J 3 fl'c old established 5�rate I.ot'fiy Olhccsj No; 26, Corn-Mil, Ji' Chavioj?.Cross, Si. M;^r>^t\rtt^ Mill. B.'ii)ii(;h, wh-r�No. 8.1b ri), a Prze of lo.cizl'. wa;; sold in Shares on the�^|f4t.^ay Of .UrawiiiK- l^iites ot.zal.exchan.Kfd ivitb double advantage.juamsly, )^t)Tawhok ^^ckcttwo^l!>dta^vn .ickcls J   H�lf 1   . ^.  one Whole takfit '   ' :;   A Quarter-,.     .OiitsSi'aif (' i �,   j; ;:. i . ,r. . Vnt;htU..... .onei . >. ��'Sixi�?fn'*1t'' � . ''oVie f.'.^hxh or two �^ixfri'tiihs. '. . !��'      -'��-     �--�       '       '" �' '' to the G !iN T L E M F. N, C t, f R G Y, and F R F. F. H O L t)i RS oftheCOUNTV of.SUKFOLK. CtF.NTLF.MlLN,       . - YOU have ttiis day jinanimoii.sly conferred op :me one of theliiKhest honours to which an Englishman can aspire, thatof.reiJtcseiVtingjn Parliament a Loyal and Inde-pdlirtint Cdiitity.^ 1 fiairer myself that iriy condutt mIJI bs a proof of iny R.ratitude. .The luost nnreinittiiin;. HUintioii' shall be paid 1,0 the. intcrcstsj of my Cuuntiy, and'a that of tHi.'i CfHinty in particulji-. "it.is not in iny powertoex-. press wh.it f 'feef for your kind and (jenerous sujipoit. No time \ville\;eT ettkee the inipression it has made ; and the iii-:nu:ncrable proofs of friendship and zeal I have expfiiieoced aic amonji,-.t the most honovirable and gratifyioi; an individu.ii Can receive. 1 iiave the liviour to be, Centlemen, .'vit'.i ihe urtatts^iTer-jicc), , Your most ul;;;:'.iswt iinrt hiuTibie Serv;int, �   " � .'I HOMAS SHgRL'OCls. G^H>CH. Ips^y' .EKlS M niilitt^ry., N-os. 13, and 14, Catheyiie-'.ti'ctt, j'l.traiid. . Puteu; !ijiiu)& H ablfcs and Ift-d-sttai'ls, Ssfii befds, Chii:r.b'e(ls, tuactously natrviuied fct thei'Kirir.rQuefit. and Rnv'sMamil^; ifft; Nobihtf, �\vih)5-T0om aV'tl'Parlriifr .t.W.airs T^iR I'a'eiit. HcdsteaiiS: having! b,-ajS'.;f crews ?nd jo^iiirs'are -fixed without the useoi Itjofs, i;>ck�, br.HaiU.in putiiii);'��} tlifi.l;u-;nt\irc.   .'        , Eveiv 'iflvrarVicle lottie Ciib-nct and UjvUolstery.Pr.inch, sU- inadehri the rii-stappr.n-ed plans, pafftvulirh alate new invented Side lloaid, on a prim iple neVer belo'e off red Ki'tfie 4)nhli^\ ^wnjj^Hd Na^v-i'a'ein l\eds, !ablr-s, anil. Chi-irs, ' iiu a verycnriou's and m'lpr'oved [irinciyleji .MMS ! S�fr-bedtf;.for Iwt^liinatesi : � � ' ^ ' ' . '. .t.'. U. r f vr lixp'>n;U'on.: ;. J Veiihervi peculisrly w,U, .reasoned ah'ijays ready, at, BU IX'-*k^'s \Varehouse,'"i3 and 14, Cath'erine'^sireer, btrand. Jte paitifiibnnahe.Namo^* Kt TCP. ETN" � FKIU N ITI' R K.j., IA M,I>, �np^',.). A JVJ P- OI L W.WEHOU.Sli, No:M88;.m^'i IJoors-frorrt Si. Jrunstan's . Chtti-fh,^KIfierj.yreeti A RNQl'D tlNCIlETT TespcafuHy.-begs leave Jpi. ito mfornlthe NohilitV4',9ii'J^lfry,..&c,.that.th.ny may be-sii5pi(5lW a*' tlfte ftbov*'M lirthM^e, \Vifh every artitre of the bp^i double>�MpckaUi,^Ci>^j^ftS'otl�oBi (wtUtcij-Tnmiture.-Crim!>lKte Sets dt double,B^Dtj�;jfIon Kitche^i'.l^+irniturerat 81.r8s. >rap.yparl maV^be'h;id^�4fp^Tau^, ifrpt^ty/ed^; pfirta-Roastini; jacks,'A,vith ktilrtliiTj; Sf.n.cns, x'alculatpd tni iirjall. iam(lieif. .Qr>coiirury; rt'S/tfences.i portabls -Cetrape Ovens, that niay^e viscdoverai>,y >tovcor c^wniiion hte : bets of^dpuble UUrcU Tjn Dish.Covers ; a sjcnteel assortment of *e4l^*onrtpool'Jthd IVoitzed Tt-a'iniff Coffee linrns, elegantly i)iQut>,h,d, aiut,pt4.h�v^,�iew,S'.iWnenVi.-'   . Fe^v ConcSfns' hjivi' pr.vv/ed more profitiblc to t.ljosc en-pa Ked 111 t'H'-'�"'"-''f sSii'StKtlly neces>arj'. ,to the retaining, and j;j{teiidiiiKvi.thi"sie.bF4iich th-i�'ibiiJliCii'nt ai(>43ilratujivi1t)r slaverjuR, and pertorming j^vtryvto'lv^rwotk, .to.render a su'Ticient quantitv of fl.ix or hsinp feady for tlie fipuidles, to fceep tliein constantly em-ployid.t *..F*ir tilt", the syinof 8000I. win''beappr.npinted; and every enc ura.,ieiiicnt svh'Cli the Ltn-n Hoard sOitll finvMiccissary iwil bsjt'VKji 'tois-woli p- raotis a-! s!ul!. conrrsot to nvikn a su;ficventiuini'*y'0f bpindlei jn l rel*iid, to Ihv above value of Sdiol ai d t  e%�a�h.sh ami c iitniu J a ivlaniffactory tliereof and ir.i4i-^ proteiti�n,�!>.d!patruniine of Jhe Hoard.   ' As a'turtl�erencourfin�nieiit towards erec\�n(<'Sp'ndle i;oinn,.|)rtt�niuiii, by 'illerinR sJijijcjlqii^n-ttiy of S})iridl# e't ;tii.in is. .jd. the yard, and ot ijd. per yard (or each yard lesi in valiii? than IS. 4d. bitttlot umler ts thft warp a'nJ weft whereof slialf be*pun .h\v &.pihdfes fi^>, �'*mk�l,^bq.iwgan the hr,st d.i),of Jan' arv^tH' 6, and the first d'ly ot Jtinii ny, for tlie hrst 500,000 wli'.ch shall be actvralfy and 6ona fide sul-l k>y tlie iiiakerf thereof in each )� inp'Or Irish (.'rowtli,A'l^ell watfj-r ;; -��.land smtch -d,hackled,antWiiessrd fit t'->r spiniiiny, h.rweeivth; hr*� of Jaiiuarv, ifto6, and the firjtd;iy of J411:, 1807, the sum of I hree-penct-.."" MACH1.NK 1 OK-r.RI'AKl.NG HEMPv 5. .far f>e.bs.st c-jnsti,�: er stone will be I'lven for jH Max, ivvhich sliall be sciitciiedi by' Mill AlachiMerv, worked b:,^ waier, eredei! or added to aiiv mill a't'jr'i>t Jininry i^iu, and whichis^.akl be so sciHCiisd b;"lois fie tirst J .niiinry, 1807,. ui>-the Prov'inces ot l.emster,  Miinster aw� Con- .A 11 returns are to he made tothe Inapeitor General,Charles UufHiV-li-^M-.^'"en ' ' ' *,* I he claims top bl'o.' I, aiuV g.'t-o be msii'e in the'last week nt.any moi)rlJ,3nd"f�^r No. 4*.ind j, to b? i\(r innnlthe first ot January, 1807, and to-be a-.lj ud5;ed on the Hrst or :iC-coad I uesdav in s.'id rrtBiith.   ' >� AM the other claims-to lyiflTfjiidKed as fast as in ide.    "   ' ' PATRlorrC FUND;. Lloyd's, Feb. 21, 18.56. CONTRIBU riON.S,after Oivine.Serviio, "n the O W cf THAu\'KJ)GlVlNG, lorthe REI.IKFof the.StA.MiiN, SOLDIER-.S, M/\RIKK.S,ai'dVOLUNTl'.ER.S, woiiod-ed;nnd theJVl:DOWS, OK PH AN.S, aild RELATIVES of those kil(ed, in His.Mrd        .     -'OULCiminock, Dt; Miller Stan, Mr. bniidf .-awn. Rev. Mr. Yoniiz > . .  - .liirkittich.iel. Mr. Ke,.'iudy    '   . lJ'rRY' "N iV/^P.-NVKP.S tbroiiKlioiii Gre;it HtiJ/th) ai.'.l I'chmd a'-einluriried, tdat'tf^e First I'aitof ih. CKliGO.RY.'s NliW CYCI.GP EDlAi iviil be re,,dy for sal/on the I'st day of' March, and may be hud in tueir regular M6nf lily Pafe�W'.-' > '-    - ' � This DitVion�ry of Arts      Sciences will be'compkted in Twelve Parjs, at gi; eacii, in 1 wel.ve Months. 'To i^tevent dis ipp ;e and liberal,allowance for'1 wenty-fiye Cop'es, or ii*i.' wards /ii^y.rpnder.vit. wortivrthe while of many Country bookseMerS to jddress their orders diieclty ip hien, �..-.y^::-! inTKRARY JOURNAL.-New Scries.     ' nPHE Number of this REVIEW io4)e.pMl>iiihed Jt  oh the 1st of March will oaniatn. ainonK. mtin^jr inte-rq.'tting.'\rticles,'t'he following : - PayneKn^ht's I'.rihciples of laste; Kofvtgbiie's ritayels in Italy;: U-iresford's'f>oA^' of'thr Sun ; Matop's, Udition.^of PwJteney.'s. Vievvsi.of-tHe ! Wtjtings of. Lin'ivjous V Secret Memoirs of the Ccjurt of St- Ctoiidif Conversations on Chemistry ; Mysteries of Neutrali-zatiou ; _Ellis's early k"filijill;Homavtes.; the fiove of Glory, a Poem*; D.ivje^'s Letters from rariiy;iia  'T1^i.^CH. � 1 , TheQDOKTA.LGlC, or^CH'iMICAL' E9SENGB bP THI^ Essigjo^ce. possessw..the, ppwerj,of safely ancL, iriimediafeiy s^oppinK'the r (!rnicious, auatltyij butiWttgjriappHW tMK nTifve/'tlft'opc^aWtoti is'thi' bimeasa fetiptic on- ' ; - Prepared by ..11; Rath i ami sold �nl !>aullVcivu�(SInfant, r LondOflV^HV""**"**. il^'H-* i'^f|.l. ana ,t,'y*.l^'l\Vcon 00^00 .-inO-J, A kn, tUtord-st.ceVv J. Water Middle Row. Ilolborn; T. Tutt, Royal Jtxchange, nndAV. CUkc, Uutough, Hisn-sttce*. CoHeifed .'it.t.'ic .?3ver:il .Ch'>rcHf!( withiw the Hounds ot the Presbytery of      lev, ^th Uvceinber, exclusive of those in the I own, ;ier lohoKo.d, Mod. Paisley .itjb.-y, by'the ordiiwiy Congre- �;at!oii       '     . .       . hirst Kei^iment  Paislcv V-luntci'rs, .Odictrs,   Noii-i.o!iiin'siiun!fd Oih-   cers, aoii P.'-iv.ites Seconi.1 ReiLor[?pi�iV of tlie.Loya;! Gr .Volutite'^iis 59 i6	8 	0 S2  10	0 i 6  6	0 10. 10	0 3'- 'A	a 'J 's	a 110   0	0 81    I	6 P9,i	6 40 14	I [ t7 U(	6 ir i	0 16 .16	0 16 �	4 �4 iS	6 13 '3	0 5 '2	0 4 17	Q 4 �4	0 ..y'spay .�reenock lati;rdiit oi .IvS'.TOslSs.ot.the.ahrovf Sums 3 Parish of H.inriy : Private-Substiiptiom, Mitjiu' Davidson^ 8 F.stabiv-ti.'d t.liuicli, .Reve'ciid ttlr. Monro V . . I Episcopal Congrfiiation,Reverend .Mr. Walker   '  r.      '' � �-� . .; 2 Rnitian Citfholic d'.tto, Reverend Mr. � M-'Drviihl .'  .    � .a Coiii5i?v;a!ional Cha]).;!^ Rcvcreiiil Mr. Cowic      .        ,    , i.. J 7 4 . if 4 8 8 JO e, Koe William One d.iy's pay .Strathbo);)e '''att klioii ot Valunteeia, per .Major OavJ^soji Subscriptions.It Hacufj';-P.irish oJ   VV ni,li,wr)|jton;,j5.p('55sr�h:i .King .      .. ot Sutinoiilh, Devonshire, Jenkifis r -Rev. T, Grii'fiJM, of Bristol .' Parisli ot I leiiiMi borough, n."ar Selby, Voik-.(ijllifei AVTn.!:C;iile ..' .�   �'- P.ax'sh Chiitcli ,it jMears A.->;iby, NortManipron- sliife, ':,-iniiias V'v^iiker. Paiis!''.;"M";cKli'chiircl),' (;lot:ce-iffrshire,.-- -of'.'*>t. Gi!'-.s. DevoiisMre, (;�).� V.iLkers .''st:!blisll/ ihii(C,!i, H ttljvoiv:At;.'ll. �- KoniHO Cati'oiiCf.. ji.urcli, iiiito.j-^T--1  ...    .... lip'Scop.iin!;s, ditto,'-- . . Mc�hu.lIJt^, rlirto,--r- �-   'i .Parish ot l.a/.oi^v, Ciunberland, - Vlariison ;Sev,;ial Inhiliilants of the J' iri-,h o',Si-nii..'ri.(i I'ip-I'-v, iti Surrey, incIiMiing a liei o! 2!. won on tie "Chitkenl'i^ht.bya Nei,;iibour, p.-rMt. k: tivit Whi}burn        -      , -Pari'sh of St. Serth, Cornwall, -�- ot'St. MichafUron, ditiu,---� � ot St. Wepni*lm>;, - OfhcersvNon-coinuiis.-ioiied OHicers, and Pnvafes of the ComiiHjiy ot Portsdowii VoiUiHtef liitun-tiy.Capt. J. If. Hale - ; Parisb.of Whitfield - -' Heltipgham Chap^liy  ,        - , Corporation of Newcstle  .      -        -Inhabitants ot the-Town and Neighbbnrhood. of ; ,Ne>vta.-.tlc     .1   . Scots Church, ditto.-i-WallKiv.>ll Chapel, -. Lonn Berton Church, Wfuckhatn ditto,; 6 . 4'' i u 11  4 5 2 10 5 2 13   6 c o .10   o 17  15 6   o o '3 1 [ 'V b 5 6 o 4 4 ) I 10 9 8 105 3 , -Parijhct HoUioii, --- .      --1 r Redlingioh Church and ParisTi, -:--^ ' Parish of Stanniiigtoli,T---r- ^oltoll .Chapel,.-r-sv     r .t' - (W.mlafon, ditto, ---r-�  y � -   1 Cliajwiry of Morton;^ 1*4. Wilkinson      . Roman Catholic ChapeL Wm.Wntrilon' Kirk.wJielivington Cliurch, 1 hos. KeJman       -.1 Kirkhale ditto, ditto ,-        -   .       - Newbnin ditto, --�--,       . - Hotlibury, dittoj Dr. Watsdn           - ^'arishoi Cliation, Jas.^Cook   , i-^'ot .Shilbxttle, W.. L. l.uiidie - , , ^talij'.Ceapelv'Rkhird Close - f ^jiAlJof SinvonbUfn, I. Buckbarivn        - -~ ot Lglmgham, Hollodjismi'       - ; ,-^pf'ChillJl>i;h4iii,1)r. niiOrtias -  � Ghflpeiries of iibetuster aiid Medomsley,' Wrff. :, � .tihSQM),-'., :� .      .,        V. i ��v^'.-yi Greeiilapd Dock Meeting-house,'--r . -Pari>hof W^oolvey, WatwicHshite, W. H. Hol- -luftar:.-.!! -i^-.-       � �'^."^ ---flf Egg Huckl,ancr, Devonshire,     - ......     fct Ower MoiKHc, Dorsetshire,-- .^ijKi tTflU^lertf'Hftlifg, 'Ulttd,"- Wallis 12- '3 �4 'J 12 4 S 7 ao 7 3li Zo 5 >9 aj 10 8 i ,,,       VoUlgreavc, neat hakewell, Dcby- hli*. B. ptdcoUt ^^ji .-1 \   \     -��     ' ^--i^kspbsfoFfh, Ktiaye^b^n^ rr-r-^.' !3::^,bf:pe8�^ofi,''BtffitV''^^t^   ' :-v "V ..---r ofvPwrtw�, �!>t5yp"�s**rP. .-4-^Ghufch. .|iq4mC(i,,; ti'irom4lt\Mf .<4*ll!ftl*' . ElViston Church, Sv�Hotdshiv a�^^^        ' ' raiish of Kirkmabreek, "by A. M'Lesrn, i-.sq. Stourpainc, Dorictshitei Thomas Popping Uk� Amport, Hap.ts, G. M^.fcalfi West wittering; Parish, -y Rev. Mr. Hardy, and Yapton PrfrTsh Ditto, dit'o, ditto - �    .        isiddleham Tarish,-- Selsey Parish,-- Wiji. I'reemjn, K^q. Mrs. I):;ir-     �      - -      - Will. (,rin;i;cn, E^cj. ' Mrs. Heather  . . James i.iHen -. - 1- "ancis aiio John Qig^'.-ns Newiaiiii and .Son; :- R. Niiifiay, Es RI), Sdcrstarv; ARMY CON VRACr. Cfwrinissiiry General's Odicc. Feb. 21, 1806. N'ottce IS hereby giT.-eUy- fj.'ut ike Comriisiirj^ _ Ofni'ral It rr.i y lO riCYinr J'y.ti-j.jis /�;. s:iiiyniin> such !,f hit 'W.y.-ly 1- IwM'X 4> mn /' riicimful it tvf auiitot i:e pit'tilt yai, ifi :ije ) ll;ttii)ig � liiii o o 0 6 6 o o a O' o 6 "j.if ^ J 'le t in !'j>:e -will ie >erit iy ii..t. ;r!a-4d,  V,'?strhore- Vo�K,-Y.jrk hii-l Linrohi buik C.-.mDr: Hu: EAsrEHN-.NoitoiK, and tssex. SourHfeRN -Kent and SnsSJX Soi;tii-Wii3 r-H inis, VV     . Isi.t Of W ic.m--Ule ot WT^'r. WtsTERN-Devon, Corin\i;i, :i'd   )!':eiift. Sev Ell N -Clou.-cstcr, �\'ijiceilci,  ile't and i.,)iiiiirv, arc re-wt,,.;_0).'i in:.i.e;heTradet!;c' aii ireiiiinie bw": ihi:-,-.: li:-ving lilack V'ailio,; wulv C.ic itaiae, " Uie l<.jv. \v . Lartiiy, engraved, th.-ioo^.. 'i. A. PHI-'Pi;, '.ircnt'o the Proprietors, -     �e.lfora-rr-ej-!-, I c.yc:i-,-.:atden. A Ppis Day I.I i'unii^Iie.l pr.ee 4.. 6 I'^in boards.. Q.i:�^\K LXGLJ.4 D.-l ;aials ot such word.-, ju rh  i-.o^iis-i L-.n^ii as are ikriVfCi friiiii the Cre.'k, ana tr.nij'.isui.; coutci extdanatuiiis, from .tlie mosi aii-,>rov.;d Li?X'.t-..S'a;)iK- s, of I :;e iiieanln>; of each VV( rd Craiit'iici priiicip-'l:-. .vr.n :;ie view t;l eViablii^f llvj. l:rislsh Schv'Ur, �vnu iiiay ;j'j e.!i'(i�iiiued with tlic i.iv-L ha'a.ier^, to acoKiie .i i::v'rc u.-.uiMr,aim extensive knowi;-d^e ottiis O'vn I..;;'P,'i:iy,'..'. ' . ... Prnite.i !or I   1.)IimjU.Mii>.! . I'a.il s-i-'MU<;!ivarrl. ,    TI-. -^XCE, A TF IX PI Thii 'Viv    pnSlshci, � s^niU o-.-.i .y... or c.' AN ACCOUNT of ihe S'l'A 1 K (d a^'d Its (.OVIi UN It.V ( durinijtlie !.j r i!ir.:o V c^rs, panicularly as it li.ismauon to the Beigsc Piovinces, anu ths liearnvut of the KnKlisli. '   JU' 1.SU-\EI. VVOR.SI.EY, d.tauied a.-; an Hostage. _     � Pviiiited r.rj. lohn^o.i, in .'�t Pair, s t.,huich-'varil ; wiiere may Ivi hal, the S';coi\d idnioti'ol A Rough Sk-.^choI Pans, price 6s fed. i \ix  JOIIN. UEIO ors eONS'.iTfF riUN. rinsday is piibilined, in one eL- ' the lull All'ovvjnca to Schools, ^   . �   � . The class book: ; or, Three Hundfed-'antl" Sixty.five RRAlM .\'G LESSONStoT SchxilsofcitlWr Sex : conibiiunn, A\ith't.!eelemints of all krwwlrtige, agri'.iter number of R ht many other Work of ijie same JcfcriptiL'i> : every less Tn[e.linnbrtatit truth.   .     M the lisv. D.-vyiD Ut.Ai:R..  . ThejVuthgr hssbetftli Jrimiflated'to compile tliese Exercise'? *e�ist several Mc^llKnt.hnnfcc r,r......u..... 1.^--    aiaj t-i^,.,. -,-^v,.v, the raste almost ehVirdy of " '    o.pt?ke,.^he XiuiBg >
                            

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