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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 8, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THIS PRESENT EVENING vliciv Ivl:ijcui:s' LOVI- FO� LOVB. , .Wi\h-OF AGE TO-MORROW, On .Motid iv,'the Trav-iUf'rs.t witii^ the Wc^tliprc-cl^._ n^HIS PRESENr EVENIN-G will be prdduced, A  far the first time, a n-^wCnnttdv in five Acts; callsd A HIM r TO nusi'iAKDs. r The pri'xipal Cluraders b'v iMesrss. C. ICer>ible, M J6hi�tnti, Vawcett, Bruiitoir, I'ope, Emery ;  Wiss Sinifli' "and M*s; Glovei'. ,.    . The t r Ioi;ue to b'j.spake.iby A'fr.iBrunroji, aiid the Epi-loj-ie b� Miss SmTth.. ^ V/ith ROSIMA. fiX'V^-i :i'lC.ilt-MUSHUM will open on Moxd.vv nqx "t!w I /Uoi' Jyi^'ch, f'onx liJfivcn o'Clock in iIib I'l/ienoo AU]"OiV3A-axt, , . l'(/ieiioon, k't'l i">i)s'tt at Nfv loi, St. Martin's*lane, Chhrin^-cfoss,- (�ir>.t, the MUS/lC/*f/ LAI>Y, v/lio plays in a most !lstonisiiV:i>!, mairtist,- with the 'Rrcatest pivcision, Sixtceiv A'vs, with all tV mot'onsot'real life �2,\ Vi\e RC.>l'!E-'WA.N01i;-R:,,vi-h-.se Rre^t ability excites gi.ieral-.adniiiaU 'by .mattnB^excrtions of Herculean !> Writ illnil lirsi masters , '   ^^ 4. T-he BKI'riSH fNGii-AN I'E^R, who rfisolvLS ques- tions ^ijitli the sa/actoiis pti-cision.of anDracle. A most beaiitifurMRK, which r^piiUy darts frr>m a ^olil bji, and warbles its wi.d melldious notes as perfcil as '.� �i:iture.:,' � �   -i;^' . ; 6. ThpARANT-A. ' . The tbllowiiif; are cntirelv New Inventions, which have never before Vk'oh ex hi bi'eil: - �'   � : 7. The DQMliSriCATED .LIZARD; this curicns : httie Qiiaurtipeil proceeds vvith an astonishin/ rapidity ia diliireiu'ireetions, as if in qnsst of thB-nyxions inseds.on ^vhich it teeds.   'I he motion of the V^s, the heavl anil tail, imitates nature with the jnost singular accuricy.  8. Ttie SlUEUlAN MDUSE. The Mouse is soen tn move about with all that alarm and sagacity so peculiar to Its nnirna!�l prototype ; and it not only turns about when aiiv tiiini; isoHere-l to tfby thecampanv, hut will even atop and nifisticate such articles as suit Its palate, i). A singularly firar.d MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, on a newoiisiruition ; which possessis a peculiar tw^etiiess of tope anil delicacy ot expression ; and is allowed by jjrofcssors t(.> be inhiiitely superior to any thins; ot the kind ever before  exw-'uteJ- 1 his instrun7,.'nt is the produChon of Msskrs. Hiehfand Robson; N. B. The preeisfi tirrtes at which the Grand Musical In- � strnmcnt will,perform are as follow ;-At Halt past One, at Tliiee, at Haltpast ! our, and at bix in the Evemnc. fi'tf A3mittance ss. 6d-   Children under twelve, is. Od. ~        , H..\ I TLli OH TRAF.ALGAR. R. DODO, Marine Painter, respectfully informs the I'ublic that his hrst Fair of Prints of that j;lorion.s Event, will be published in a few ilavi, and tlis second Pair* �-vw 11 be ready, tor delnterv the Utter end cf the ensmnii . JNtoiith.   Price pf each Pair 1 wo OuineaB Plain, j^nd four G nness in Colou s. .     ^ ' J he Public may rely. r;n those Ptuifs biniR the oi\!v au-,�hjntic bnes that are inTubltcation,,the PitlTjtes troirr^^vhich thdy dl-fcttieraverfrberrnK-paintedtrotn'thfc-ftr^f^ftjofhiation; Pi)RTRArr of tba.J(r.ICi'ORy ..sailing fr.->iii Sfiithcad to the Downs, with the Corpse ot the immortal N L Lb ON on b. a-^d      .    ' Mr. 1jod4 in defence ot his reputation as an Artist, IS corr.-�pcllEd to acauaint the public, that a Pri>tniw'jn circuLi-*ion under m  nhqvc title, with his nam  to it as tde author, � IS a j;ross impositidri t>t-the,tjc.l vt reUve.s to ; tiie Piciune being. p3:(it;-d by him .ibout fifteen years sinciv, ani :.mbhstit;d wiin The d^iiomitiadon of tlie Vjclory and lUhsi .ships'ol War sail- ~ ing from SL>itne.id, asa cruisim^ -aqMndron; wjij^h fiie present � Proprict-jr of the Plate h:i:- had ths'irroniery to erJSv', and - substitute the above false title,, without the Artist 5 cyncur-iJiice., BoDD taVcs'this opportunity of intormmi; the public, that ^ unaccuraic I'ortau ol the Victory, in am -st intereAiiiiy jitu-' iitian, theday ijff*r �the Halile (the remains of (he.illi'sui'iiis - Hero th?n on boml)' pjiiU-'d fiom ths a'K.'.iotiiv nt her CXii-ctirs, wvll v^-ry s'l n i'C publislud bv hini, w.ierc.oiders for  that or aiiv othfr Mai-ne i'nnt will be received at her re�i-il'-'nce rtear the Ailm^ralt)*. Chiiriiik'-cross, London. \^ �MiW  ANO  UI.EcTaN r PUrN'rl)) I'lJKNrpURE.s. ANIEL CURLING resficdluMy informs his KiHids and tlic Public i" general, that die has ope^vd a Wirehiuse, No. iR, Cli5apsid\ with an sxteiisi.vs and htiutiful -Vs=Ortmenr. of Yard and '^Jl-wide Printed I'lirni-tures. Borders, Phiinand Embo-sed t.ilicos. Sec. &c. where he desiins to offer every articlu in that line on the most Teasinabls terms, ' No. iS, Cheapsids.  liyfRS. BRYAN respecttully acqui^ints Jier ^-ncnds iVis and tlic Public, that ei!Coura:;e(l by tlie extensive i^a-1 rona^e sIje had t he bonour to retei ve tor: her A b I R ON.t > M\ , .s'lviis in.iuced to pubbbli bv Subscription fver GO.UR.SK  t 1\\Ull\' wl'jdu:e ; :n1d by wiiequivcal deductions; to strenKthen a;id establislr their moral and .lelinious jirincipk'S. Prepared by 7 ywrs experionca in t.'ie f:icls she has attempted loinvesU^ate.V' -Alfs..D;yan now veiuuresjto salicit public nonce and confi-<\-i)ca for these l-ed^uVes, whicli contain much useful and  s s rei|i.n:e previous 111 itneinaticalinstrutlun yet suf-ticientlv aided by'the'trtiths6f that sMhlime scisnci-; lor pc>-pular recepjioij, and for clear, accurate, and cxfji. five inform r.i.irion. Ihe theory will be:illustrated by a great varirty ft am^iMPg a'd - ititprestiiig- exp*riment5, ucc->inpanie,i-niiiisti-r, desirin;; nie'to call i Mcdliu!', of ihc lnh;tb�iaiit HnuseholdeVS, to ci'r,^iii'Adi-rnVis-trslion, 1 d) lici\-b\;, in c.utfpliar.je.lieti'vvith. ai>p'..inl s'ich 'I Meetiri;,; fobehfrW'in Wcsriitlnsrcr H.i.'lj.'l'or tfi':,.above pii.- , pose, on Monila; iv;. l;, -t ;Une li'Clock prociSii5'.. Aiiddle Tenijilt-, Match �;, iS' 6. C H A r L E S V, r O \\r NIN G, Hif!;'h iJiihff. 'HE FREEHbLDi'RS, of the ,tOlJNtY, of. AVOUCES i'l".R, i.-i Lontioiiand its,Vitinify, ess of tlie Hbnou-abiV'WJol. H E N R.Y ..L^YT rl,K roW, as Caiiditliic for tiie Repre'st said Ci'unry, in,; Parliament, ,aie . letpiestcd. ti , Crovv'n an.l Anchor' 1";ivei;ii in the.S'lrind, on i inreffftf?d in the siifccess of tlie Hbnon-abi-:       .   _   ,. . reseijtatioii of the to int'--t '.at t!i? ___..........----------..   ,-----,............li.i, ..irM(iNt).\.V t^3>t the 13th ir.sti at tWel/e j'cl'''i>; p'rec'rs2)j',V;.�viiis .ie" td'-til-a-suris^tor i in flattering m)self yoii v/ul m,t vvithdiaw yoMr. protetVijn .tiow.. I shiU take the earlijst opportunity.of piving my personal respicls to evsry iTfuhr'Idcr. .Audi l^ave tWuhonoMf to rf main, With semini'?nts. of tlie mosts^nceie iMviti'uds and respe>�l, Gf.ot cmeo, yoiir in'isfoi).;-,iit-iit, ', And obliged iiunible servant, . , T1U)S, GRAHAM. Ba'gow.in, M.irch 4, tR.36. , �    � as governess; - ^ Lady aV�out Thirty Yc;irs /Xof C-.Lfi wiihes 10 enr.?ge herself to Superintend.ihs luhi-cation of Wiie or more V ou'-s La;iies ; sha lias h.-fore been ni thilcnpacuv.aiTi can give such Keferciiccs as will beapprovd. She his no-obie-.lion to r; 1J3m tli-2 .Country, and iiatt=ri. heselfhei-abiltrics will give sat s?acl on. . Letters (post paid) addjoised tori. 1. H. No. 74, Euck-lersburv, Che-ioside, will b.; iinm> /t attention are the improvem;nc of the hearts and disno.sitions of thSiPupils, by temleVly ehf'Jrcint; the praclice of mryral and religiius duties'; an(| the enlargement otvthe nntul, by offering new ideas and a.ssisting their refi-.-clive racultios. Paste, which is consid-.-rcd as .eadmg to ilie attanitru'iit of whatever is jiood, is sindioudy cultivated, and the acquisition ot knowledge is Kind' as much as possible a pursuit of pleasure. T. lift nian e^tabhslied v\ the house is that ot a weil-regulntcd private family. ."Ml the yninig Lad|.is liave ths'ad.vantages ot Parlour boarders, for.tiic Gove nessconsiders It a source ot enjnvment, as well as an obligition, to be ths c n.-.tint comnamon of her Pu^j Is.--Terms; foi"board and educRtion, including i the Vfefach and-Enelisli lan'^uagss taught gfammaticalh', and needlework, under t!;e age of tiurtteti, 50 Euirteas. per -inn. J abovfe' r.baf age, 6o-guTiieas. Every branch of education M'ljiht bv Masters of eminence. N. IL Atteroiie year, the terms will be augtnemed tor tlie n;w Pupils.. GVIlI.'D-H.'VhE, LONIOON. TO SCULP COKS, MODELLERS,&.;.&c. �*he Court of'Cijnimon Council of the.City of Loijd.-n having, on ihe a.jtli. Day of february last, linanimoiislv' resolvfd. that tl,e C.omoiirtee appointad tp carryiinioijxfecution thv? Resolution ofihtit Court, iorerednig a Moiniment to'5lTis.,.l.:iMory ot the lale Kight l}oiioiitab:e W ILJiLvM Pli:I\ flopr-cine ami liv before a future Court such I'-Jils or T>V>sr..n.i as-tlic^ shiU deem worthv, wun csMin.irc!, lit th-'EKoencc'f i.ie;)tnj; the same, 1) ) h'_'fe!>v give K'otici-. ilut tiicv will meet in flia Council Gl'aini). r m tliL- (.uilJ.uli liorcsai'.l. on Wedne.iday, the 23.1 U.iy ofy\o.d, 1 Ken, at One oLiock pr;cis?hs iivreccive M.idijis or Jl).'i,^.�.lS vcr snob Mi.inunieiit, wiih Proposals (^fai^;i up; fur Exfiutiii;; the same : aiid th' Cam.'nih.tee.,re-(pir- I t'.i-^ resfKVUv,;. Artists Will pi ire sriiTie disiingiiishmg mifk'CJi ills Model or Dxr'-igii, whicii .siMild correspond w.in one to lje made on the Cover, coiitai.aiiig his Proposals for executiiiK tli',1 s.line. WOOD rilORPE. 1^hifi>ENGLlSH DRAMA ; or, A Colicaion nf . .I'hiys.ot Uic ni ist ^Itbrated ...Mithors ; v.itn'Crirc (I and f>iog'i]>li cal Essays, and an Hist.^iital In.iiiiiy.into the Di-iliii�. .ird ihc Sl::gc.      .      ,   " ' PriiiiO'J for Lonj^iiiaiiJItirir; Re?';, and (""rme, Paterriobt^r-row ; v.'m. Miller, Albema.le-slrect j. and A. Constinle and VViihKciTiarhs Ii!o\;ripi)ic.il and Critical, liy \lri, JNCi-li'ALi> V To te publishfd Weekly. . This day fs piiblisKcJ, m Ro)-al iStni). prj',": One Sliilling, embi.-Hish'ei with .a fine Engravii'g by Englcliart, U.'tn'a �  Paintiiig bvHowarii-or, price T�:o Shillings, fl?;;.ani!y prihrcd 3ii .superfine Paper, \yit.hi ths Additiun j', a P r'.iait of Jhf AntlK'r. av'ii Proof fmpr-Ssitjnsofboiii ths P(:ifi--,  t QVERS^YOWS^^a .Pl^'5 .b^tr Mrs. INCH-fi / l  FobVth'Niiriiber (u,.he .cdiitiisiirit Weeklyfot a niw VV�>Vk,; ei^tttie.fl    . .   : '   : :     � '   'THi; BNitlSH THtATRE; : or;'-a Concilltn of I'^ay s' which a re ad d at the Thestres Royaf, i^ru-y-lane, Covetit-Osrd-rv ani Havmarketi pri;,ted under ilie^ Aiirliorify and bv Ptrihi.^siono'f. tt'c .VIaung�r d:ii-:i so V.v Tlieattt^iOf Gre* Ur;V.'i)n and ItcI.^iuI-, 'VvUl c-jni;i fz-'ry play sviticlrktvps Po3s?ssi.'>n of tli-i Sm.;^; ;i..i;i(ini. g i'r.e b Pluysof COl;tti;l,|CU;!dK.rlrii.d, HoU.t.:!i, 1 i^cl.biilii, O'Kser.-, Morton,.Reyii..'Ids, and other in.HKrn. .\'.uho.'S; wincli h.iv; never appeared in any similar. C'll Ctio'i;- tiie Ci.i-.yri;;h' rf , wh!,ch has been putchasi;d. fiK thj Mpiess Pirrp si of introducing thorn intv.> t!ie ()'e>ent '.Vnrk.. Tn- w'lxnle wilt be P'ii;t.rd,, iHiuler the .'.\iuhor.ty of the .V|!iin,.;l'rs, from the pfompt-r's Copy exactly !iS they ai� pe'f'm.iieii. It is iniL-.uh-d t.i c.-iniprise 'ibe-VVork in T've.riry'fi'.'e Vo-. luinas,each coiU-iiiiing l-ive Plays, ailcjdt its Cr.iitlusnn will h'.jj^iveii geneialTiile-pages, together with Difcdiorn for arranging tlie.Plays.,, In tiie Coitr^'C of Pub.liiJi'iun' wiil be given, as l-rontivpieces to the Vi,diime of ih-- f;ni: l- i,ti-,'i. Portraits of Authors, genera ly with their Plav thit isiirst brought toriv;ird. , 1 ho I'.inbi-lli^hmcnts wi4i be execu'cd in the very best Inal^ner, by ;h:'tir.st ..\riVsfs. . . I hisviav iS publisncd. ptiteonetjuniea, rso. f, ot "VERSAILLES, PARIS, and SAIN'J" DENIS V or a Serr.'s ot ^ lews .from DrawmKs inaue on the spot, bv ]. C. Nastcs, intlieyear iHcj, illiistrJtive e re- M KSi*Wt*li=*ufl>i/^S'5>j4 19 ""^ ' iifLiJ illowii�, None are ^.mnno blit (I) ise havinj* a � BhcV' St,rlfp.^v^i�h'r''etiiainc, " 1 he Kcv. \V. baiclay,  iL.-iU'PU 'PKAVliR?.^.       ,.        ,  �. 'Hiisday 13 (mb'ishcd, price 7s 6d. 111 folio, the cheapest bcok of tUr-kir.deyernliired to t!)..; public, j^OrsI i AiiNiIj.\G i.'c.)',>io!>s S�t ot It\-.tru.^ions for a i'lute fr:)ni on; K^y to t-I.nht. '2.-A Set of oro- � iMvsM'.'c Lessons. 3. hixt)-on.-o:i!iiii d Dipn'j. 4. 1 wonty Arieites. 5. An'.A|);ieiid:H, coi-.taiiiiiig 27 .-c..4ti.i|mid oti.t'r .'.lis. 6. 1 weutv-ei^rlit Pi^) .ulios 111 trii? var.oos Kevs, ev-I'lusivc'of a short |)rt:lui!e'at t.'je'V.-ji/i.mjim ot cuch kev, .vli''i.h IS prL'c;d..'d bvan fiiiplan.i'orv note, bv w.inch t;ie jnip 1 is c-ii aoU'd to jiri'C-.-�fl from the eabiesr 10 the most iiii!;iaU Kev. wit.'iout the iLssistanc  of a niasuT.: WK.'Vf^GS ' IMPV.OVED, ��"LVITK P REC iP PO R. or, the wlnle Art of plavnig the Gi-.rin.in Flute rfna.r^d jier-t.;clh' *a.;v tocvery capacity, and 'tiy wn ch aiiv on-.-, wno n .s s taste for Music, in.iy soon Icit.i to play t'rto ab.ive in.,uu Illv'-lVt. London: Pniiti'd tor and s -Id bv th-; .'\uthor, at his house, No 17, L;nU Knight li'der-strc't,.l-'uct-i's Coirin lis.   -:   .N, ll..   f" vi^ry b'iV'iv is sigtied " J   U'r n tir.'.L.vip-iria-s.je of Rs.i.i' and the l.iuli.yidual; ivith Kci.'ciiins on R n.ciusund Toleration. Paii 11,1., Onth-C:)ii.!u.-l of a gocd Cii^z^n, under a.t> iifxi'-'ratc Gov.jr.'imcnt. Part I     ,  Lve h.ipi^'.iv uiv-P.-r riients, and inall Sifjutioi's. ' : Py ELY P,\TES, Esq Prior-.Hl for Longin-m. fPirsf. lines; .ml \")rm.>. Pat row.   Ot whijin r.uiv o;n i '.; of .'vnl.'u^lus, .tr. 1 iftuHJ)ltJs, J 1'1> This day is p'-ddisue.!, 111 ouv: vuluiiu', ' hfllished witn supem engr.ivings m t!ie oi'i,;mil diawmgs of   cssrs, >,.o (;s. ill b.i.irds, Second Edition, rpHE SORROWS of SEDUCTION, a Poem, in X    . , Ea^ht Delineations. �� \^ c have perused tlmse IVieiiis with ple.isute. excif.vl bv the unitormW gijod si;nttmfntiii�vhich pervade ifum 1 i-v tli. Irtvcof celmion, morals, and rrttue, vvhK.lns vtiipl.i,�;d in almost every page. The author .ha.siinanifcs;'d'ta.>ientt'i. S*Jediuaot.iusim�';cry, antl hai sjiew) i;iiin.>clt nut di.stituti. � bfiwni'is "--AAti-lat-dhiivRcviiw.     . " Th s v.dvrwoexiitmts greai c|efeincei}ftaiie-i an^J vv.irnu!i of fofflni);, Ihemst l'ovm,.oii hvdiKitiw. is wtll ntan uic;'. hud ii.ii ni.TOy pitlictic .ind bjuutiful passaijits." Uriti>h C t 0 . ",This is.aSrciu of considemble uii  Fr.':,m.M4 to iZinlengrh s It) ;.') 26 2 - to 51 jiF'.i'K oft'c T,-kJ--'-, 11 ly '�(� sea �)!. fl if-- irerrTy 7) Eraril s to .'i a,; I  inciffe-; 12C at t:.i;n;i,.;'. 4 >' hit � ' pirbii' 'irl. nr     ,i ' ^HDTJGHTy orv t!u: :Fi;E:K'NM- SITr .  A   ..    of E       i.A''lj-h :r      t .;^v , tor " En^ -It?'! fir ): iti-r-nj-v ; . J, A ATfON :i�.,,.?4; t;-:C'..iN V, ;'ki;3t;.;T ?..T.:: .to tae I rm H ! \\V.  3rd !.^E .  t'-i'i the E.A   M ...... Ti :^;;E, C'>   i'f.': � '�.  , A /f R. Pliil.LJPS has;'th: l';orour .t,n iv.i. l-ublicj.hr only co.Tiplete, re>pe.:tabl', ai -.i Jivl. r; , Seri.75 of Kiii;!*i...l! Hl^.t ry wlVch Ivis ever been or lUited .Mr. �H-ri;ri'"''i,rli.^tory W3s b oii%'ht by rlijr Writer down *o thi; p'^tiod . I f t'ie Revolurinn, and ,\fr. Belsharo h.is t-ktii up lii'; nariitive.frorr.the Rcvi^ution and bruuglU it Uowa to : tiis i'eice of ..\ii;i.?ns. Uo'b '.Vniks fotm a 1 iinif.vrm Series of. Twenty Voltunes, aiidtliey mi^v be hud of ;?Vi..rv Eoisseller in Town and Country, v.ri.--Ei>;Ut Po'inrls, in bvar.is. , i'crs ins a r:a.:y p; s.es.-.i g-Mr.-MiinEe's Ifisrory may have Mr, 'iieli;irmi's. i.'iii re \V,;k by iftielt'in Twelve Volumes, fji Five (i u'lVCAr., in b'Crii. And a^ thtf filter part of SmcHefs General History,tv2s frciuenily i.oUt pfe'-'iou^lv to the apntaranceof Mr. Eet-sltain's V/orlc, as a continuj-ion cf Htune to the death i f Geor..!^ sccoi d, .Mr? Piiuips tuii.ics it pmper to observr. that .Mr.itelshanrs History of the Keijtn -.'t George tae i hitrl m iv be had s.-p.iratelv, to complete Himi" aid Smrlletf. m E'ligiit Volumes, \vicc'rh:ei Pounds Iwslvc Shjlhcgs if, boards. � ". . Et.dp;e.street, Ian. 8, t3,56. A GUI'OE TO SC 'GOL BOiJlCS. 1 iiis Day iiirpublish-:d, a new E'.Htior., cnliirgedi Price One Shtlline.ai.d Six'.-'^nce, APRACTICAL ADDRESS to INSTRUCTORS H,.dPAK EN rs, on ths RIGHT CHOICE -and USE or -fu lv:^t Elemenrirv lU)OK.5 in every Br.in ;ht to    �'.itt.e>�lvely aiioo'ed. .   Ky JOSHGA Ct)LLlN5. AM. R,-cti>rof lMev,.port,an.t late Master ot the Grammar Scho 1 . m tnat I own. The followujg Critical Sanction*.have appeared of this valuable and useful v\erk. " Pms IS a well.written and judicious Publication, cor,-ve) mg much practical Intarmation on the Snbjetl of Edu-cafijii, and is iiierelorc highly wcrtnv the Perusal of cvviy Person coiiceriv^ii in t;ie miprovenienl of the rising General!- n. 1 lie Atcnur.t ot ilooks gciisr.iliy us-' in Sch.S'jIs sejms'to n,-t!u' result ot Lxn-ri'iicc, aiiti certaiulv dl.^plavs muchenidi-ti n. the .V'litlij; s Rei.om!nend-iiion.s and Stnciurts ;i>t ".LC.'ii'Jina-d with siic/i Rrasot^s ano cnnral Oosers-ations i.> .It) ,'iim gr,.-al Credit, both as a bchoUr and. Cnrisii^n Teiilie'-.--Anti-j .lobii; Rcvie'.v, " In the hr>r raif .0: this.V/'.j.-k 3'c scvumI it:dictovs Ob-s'TvariJiis; and :'ie s-'Cn-d P.a.i",; enuni.'i.ileb t.'ie tnoit uiev./s: 'i.iie.iiictoryDo.iks in: dvi-.y Br.iiicli'cf Rnovyledge, '-�n--jr'.;-.ing on their r^spfilLiv.' jV!,.'ri:s, nu.t o-.uiiivnirs Parci-.ts'pud lii.'.rr'c;o:S a^Mrnsi siiiie l.t-ois v\hiv.ii tiw Autiior,, u,.i;j jiist grnunas, nojoa.s lo.' ;n)r,g .those leconiitieiuiea, t :in i.otM-'bscrvc atiy i;lU we ccii.-Klir a-s orjcctiotublj.,- -oiiiish C'ltic; �    . Pruned f. r 1 homas Rr-vii'^.lils. Oxford-street, and s' id hr '1. bo i' ;e, iiiUiburjli; 01aaj,C'..- , iml 1)1:1.11 1- �  \ 1 h,c' nmiT-' lii'd 1- ^..lu:^.lo^�,o^ L) E VHLSOS V'^iL PILL. b..r^ fr.qje-th "rf er. tisd in i;ic riamj ot iji. 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