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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 14, 1806, London, Middlesex                                AT... fRiBAY, MARVir li, 1806.  : .ef.ttv. TMCATiir' ROYAl.,, i': ri; - MatiUl^; Mrs:PovveU . With-A �OUSE TO iiti SOLD, j.    On Morrisy The Traveillcrs, with The v thefcocK. Tvu:.J-'t ia;; 'Ko^iAi-, covli;^ r-c;aujen. f-T^O-MORROW EVENING, witl .be performed j i   a iieiv Cotni-dy iji;five ACls, c.fllwl - , A HIW r TO HUSli.^MDS. ^ Tlie prfi'clpal Chirarters hy^ Mcsci.s. C. K#n}b!e, H. .niistoii; l-':r.vcett, Ui-untohi I'dpe, Ertiary j  Miss Smith, 'i:'t Mrs: Glower.       " . J l.c I r'.Io^iic to bs spoken -by Mr. Btunton, and the lipi-f/'Kuo by Mus Smith. Vvltli THE ESCAPES. On Saturday, the new Comedy. .      ,        , .    ;" ~ �      i^lS+iLAND SOCl E rv, . "'T'HE-ANNIVERSARY MEETIKG cf this.SO-', i r f 0> y >w4l be h�d at th^^^^ 'i:AV.fi�,N, onSATtJRjJ.'vy, Wieaijihiiistarvt; . ,H�s-Rr>>'aiHiKV!nes� the J>UKli of SUSSkX in the Chair. , TJitoaC Gcnrlertien ro wh' in it is Convejiieiit ara leriuestecl td^nppear in the Hvfhtend iir*s3. , 'i'ltk-tistobyhatJjitthe Darof the Crown and Anchor till, 4h� tveiiingoftbe i8(h, ^    -     ftSr Dinner on the Table at Six o'Clo<:k. THE Advertiser wishes to engage in l\irtner4iip \v;tlv an AlTOIVNLY in the (-Oi\ ;fry, whn has a Jarj^e share (�t Coiivey.incin?. He h.is bi;en brfct i� that ears v/ith the greatest satis-fatlion, can always .nive a prDmpraiiddccidedanswer to securities ottrral, and tiie ex-pjnces attending them, which preveiit'i many disagreeabl?cif-cuinstarces tlial must attend tl-enej^ciatioii's of those tliat are ijri:ict(uainti'd with the practical parti ,Peri>onxl tipplications, and letters fpost paldj, are daily received ai hishousie. No. 22, Cecil-street. ---      NEW LOTTERY. ~ SWIFT and Co. No. 11, Poultry,, solicit the at. tentton of the Public to the Scheme of the New Staie Lottery, which begins "drawins on the 12th of May. Iv tjniualns only 25,00a Tickets instead of 30,000, usuil at this periotl of the year, arid will be found more; advantageous.tor Adventurers than the Schemes of tlie late Lotteries, havuij,' tpwardsof One Thousand Prizes more than the last, and One Hundred and Seventeen Prizes mors than the necednig Bhy Lottery, which consisted of 36,000 Tickets. The HHh-cbt Priie Is tj.oool, and the lowest ail. Scheft-.-s at iaae ft-atjf,.  VTEW STATE LOTTERY, begins Drawing AN ttthoi'May, iStifr. 1 3 3 va lo 20 ."^ Prize of 10,0aits labourot:iiiaiiitmmn>! our 11 (teiteivlence jf t)ut ot this, I t^turft, I may weli be confident that DUthlng ciMprti vent our fnial 5ucc<^ss,ex'c''pl the assumotion (whxh 1 tlatier ipysclt is impossible) of our adveriaiie.s'character. Let us nrmly adhere to the uure ai.d noble.principle;; ot the Cc.sti-lUtioM, and we shall easily defy all the conthmatjonsot. cunning, thejneaii ifitlueuceol wealth, and the terrors ol unjust authority.  � Itoiily rem.iins ftir me to thank, in the namcof thecouiity; thar'hgli.spirited band of Kie^hjldfrs wlio have asii.iti."d ins tn the hon')urable war 1 hive wiged, I r-,'tire, defeated, it is tru:", b'lt not broken hearted -not crost fallen-not disfiirited - not dv jochd. I rcwfl, proud I't wiiat tlu' iivlcDoiidefit In-tcresr lus acnlaved in tue teeth ot numberless tlilhcultiss- - tonscbus ot not having d:;,?,r.iccd OMr.c;^^l^e by my belui-,vi'uir at Its head, and hill ot the liveliest ho|)e th. inai:i O--, at W.;. i'i.tcw's, .Army Cloti'.ier, Charing cr-.'s.-;.      . -.--;--"--(----� � �---- GUI LDH4.t.l., LONOON. . TO SCULi'TORS, MOOKLI.EKS, &c. &c. /npHliCatrt of Comiridn Council of the City of X   Lond n havirtg; on tlie iSt'ii Day of Eebriiaty Ust, unanim.nislv resolvtd, that ti.e Comiriiftee .ap-.HiidLcd lo carry into e.vecutinn tlie Rl'solution of that. Court, for (irctliiig a ivloiiuuieiu to the Mcitiory of tjie late Right MOnoiifab'e vvI l.XJ.'iM PIT V, do prcure aiid hy bifore a fu�'.;re Coiirt such Models cfr Designs as thev ftliah d.ijm woitliy, with estiiiiates of the.E;{ix'ncept;er'-,-'.ii;:g the su.iie, Do hereby .give Notice, that ti\c.> will inectin trie Co.uiicil Chamb:r''iii tlie Guikfhall a-tok'said, on Wednesday, the 23"d ' que t the rcspatliva Artists wui j!irfi:e soins'instKVguishing mark oil his MtKlel or Design, whicii should c-.rrtspoiul with one to be niade on the 'Cover, cbhtaining h s PropbsaU for executing the t,ame. /\ , Wf70D-niO.RPl-... N. U: I'urther particulaf^ may be knovyn by ai�v>i .'iiv.; av the Town Clerk's Ollice,, between the. hours of lilevcu .ihd Thr'-e;      �    .:    ; �      �   .�    . '     , � � " . ' � M,O.XiiV; . .    �, - MESSRS. WILLS and Co. rcspeftfuih- inform : Noijilem-f, (j'eutlsmen, lie. tluy hivt- .c.f'nsi;lefJlj^e >l'ms of Mi NR Vtb !ei;d, on tt riiis e eliolii Land or lif)iL-,es, .Money ill tlie Hunds, Mairiagf? Settlements, ''.ivlowi' J lii.-iures, Cl;;ri;)mtn'.5 Liviiigs,'or any other I'riijiefty. Pt:r-' sons of ifsp .o.tability liiay be supplied with Sunio,' to any dmo III', on their P b : 'easant .mell, and will reiain its virtues in any climate. Sold,' Whole-s rl*?, by D.iy and Martin,' Ut tiieMaiiufarfory, No. 9'7'i Hiuh Hol'jcra Rct-iil by F.Uuy,, No. 7, 1 avisi'>ck.street ; \V. l'5ay, 6^, Swullovv-street; Axtell, No, r, Finch lane ;, the.' principal lioritmakers,'Pcrfu;ners and. (HImen in the Metropolis, and ineyery tijwn throughout tiie United Kingdotn, in stone bottles; price is. fid. each.    �IWNIJRIDfTE WELLS. ..   ~" nPO be LET, Unfurn'isbed, for a term''of yeafs, A a CAPITAL HOUSE, l;itc the Residence of Richard: Cumberlaiid, Esq. consisting of a Drawingand excellent Dui-int-rf-oms, good bedchambe'S.conve/iient servanfs' rooms and , ollicej, coachhouse, stabhiig, i^:c; and a beautiful piece of etoimd in front of the hniie.^l ossessiou may be ha I at Lady-d y liext: Also to be SOLD by PRIVATE CON'TRACT, or Lli P for a term "f yearsi furnished or unfurnished, a capital new erecled HOU.Sh, withcvery convemelice, and fir tor the rec-ptioa ofalftrge family, and nnmsd.aie possession may tie had. Also to LE r, for SIX months certain, from therstdayof June; an excellent HOUSE, well Kirnishr^d, the resilience ot a L^dy, con.^isting of drawing, dining, iind break fasf rooms, tour best bed-rooms,with,suitable servants' rooms andotiices, coath-lKjuse, stabling, &c.. Particulars may be known by applying to Mr. Harry Fry, Solicitor,at hill hoUse, iijj Hart-street, iJloomsbuTy-square. :.. � �:    ^"^'d be SOLD by AUCTION; On Monday, March 17th and two fo!lr>wiiig days, at eleven, on the P-reTnlscs, centreof Portland-place. Hath, npHE Genuine LIIiRAilY of BOOKS, contain- jL iiig rare and valuable Works, globes, ornain^'ntal bustos and vases, a cabinet ot ancient svlver antit copper coins, some bocks of prints, &c..  Catalogues bf the Library, &c. to be had 6d. each, at place ofSale* and atNo, grj John-streetj Uath.  Uo be viewed preceding.the sale. . . g:3r The capital House, fit fQr^immedl.-rte recepti6n of a' larse family, to be sold or let. Letters.will not be answered unless post-paidi .. ' .       NAVV-OI'EICE, ^larch 61 i?.o$. T'irWA 'p'rhicrpttl Ojficersaud Cii/nmniiofiers of His MayC'iyU Ma-vy Jo hetehy f>ive Notice, thul.iit O'^t o'CUcli, on tlu foUu^i'inir tliiyi, i/.iv wilt be teady to trial titih SU!:b pe sBiis n.i my hi iu' r\tt toiil'ucl Jw su^lilyin^ the arlir cli'i.iyiaiiht fachiUy cXI>',:sSeii,v!-^i On ^'J LDNKSi).\ y, i//.U. - liiga O/fJsy tontiJli/tgof RIGA i'lU .'f I.VInEK, a!.(1 RlGATNCHimaH^NDMAST.S. Oil Thuksb,\ 1, the Xnt!iintt.-^tiaiiuay fiaaJt, c^nuilin^ tj �      Baulks, . �    spah.s, � DH-V/.S, KAETERS, and MASTS.'- . .,  . , TlitjRiD.^v, tljcZalh inn. -Ditntx.ic GocJi, cansistiug n/ |-JI< '|-l VlHK K, OAK. PLAN.K, . . P,RUS<;i V UHALS, and :  .   ASH RAtTERS.    . :DiurifiHlhn  icM-nat ttii^ t-jffu:*!..-.- j,    .� '     " � Tettders Mll-^^t^rimi-aftei' T>fPelvi a'Clod on the rerpfc-tive d iy.s of tmtty, ncr any itolued, iinhn the p.ii yj t lit p.iid Jor by iiilis p.iy.ilrle, "uiith hiieresr, nifieivdiifis after diiie. �     T'le Condilio'is ij' tiie dntract ntpy le seen at ti't Sicretjry'l Office.        . ; .. Ph'ref^ard nv'll bchadlqany Tender in v.-h'ch I'.e Pi id thali Hblhei�ie'tediniiiords(i/leKfith, or thai shifilvoi t dr/i-Vririi to the liaarxt Ic/ore t^neo'Clack on the sslj Tnctiity wevA, ll-e I'ilb initJiit, nor itnlcst c'je petsttn who niaha ifje 1 cni^-f, or some pe-i'.n okhi-t ich.j/f, arlcnds, to aiii-U'er .i:>/je>i e.illedJor. OFMCI'OE ORDNANCE, March 10, 1806. nPHE Fri^tij>t}/Oncers ofHiiMtijei/j's prdiiditce Jl do hereiy giii: naiice, lb.tt propo'als a'iil he received at their Of/ire, in iii. t'.l.fguret-iireeii fVeuminsie', 'jn or L'^Jjre. Mond.'.y, ri' z'^ih insi. Jrom.such persons lU maybe willing lo un::erlj.l:i: ihe supply of I-1) R ALi E tjjr.. the U RDN aM C E HK) i^S^S sl.iti-^fie-j.in tie fal/u-iwttgJiistHi.l.Syviz^ . .    .   Noit. rii l!"KiT Alt).    ,'     Koit riiKRfi.  Yorkshire. .Ll\'kb.l'oo.t,.,   . .     " .     � E.^srf.n^l, eXcHlsi'JeofWarley. Sou.riiiurt, cNchisiveof Cha'tiiam. .. Soarn-VVEvt, i'ortsmoiith. Isle �f Wight, ard ,   �        Ciu.i-tciuui.il. ^ V( ES reiiN'. :   .  . �. Woolwich, with its Depend''ncies. W .\itBV, C.lr.iih.iiii �aiitl Alary-le-boi',�}' TJtis day was published,' price 2*. T ETTER to hti Grac? the* AfchLis'r.c P. I valu-ahle NAV-aLOAK. PlMbiru. Tobe SOLD by AUCTION, on WlDNeiiD'Av, Marclj the i lh, at Eleven o'elockj at the VYlieel Inn,. C'altte, .   Wilts, etther together, or in jyLrits, at per toqt adtnea^ure-mcnt^UiSlcjs ioone'r diauosed of by Piivate Coiitratt, o"f which d^io notice iV.iH bc*giviir�, .-     -". � . . v. FIVE Thousand Four-Hivjdr^d. aiTjfcFpfty-spveBf xapltaV oak. T.RE.es,.tit for navatusbi, \vith>hf; lopy, tdps',and- bark,. iiovtr^ttMiAiiig^atrtl'Brojivv.g'lon.rth'e sew c-states of.HovYogd^ Cilne, and Carsilon, and llreinhil}, ! PivtlcttlaisiTmtl copdition* may..he hajl before V^editBudayf tlie 19th mst. at the toUowing pfaces"; the l-.tifched'Cot. ta4e, Uro')kiiill-, near. B^wood, where James Crooirtes is ap. po�>ted, wnkprojw* persons. tp shew the thi'itiirr j of Mri lliidd. Katitley, Hants 5 Mheellno; Cain j Hear, Devizea.V � WhiteHejr^'iiath.^.CroiiJ, Keys, ,!SHli?bury;t CroWo, Read*: ine J ,Pelic.in� NtiwhiirV } lhi�h.Tavern,UrKjtol ^ Royal Oafe, m\aeii I'ondoJv CWfeft-lh'tlwti* HatohctrU.Hitel > Loji' doii   itiid at tnc-.diBetent,. Uolfcc-ljoiises at Umbstit   ^ Tenders'hx.'jlri/ilieeoiiniitViil.beiduiyatteitJr; aii.t the Co'iitra4tor is tofuinishsuch iiorses v� ith O-itsat 8!b^. per Ration as may ha billeted in the Districl for which hi ciilraci;. The Proposals n?ay be de!iv.!;red sep'araiely or j.ii.ittv for each Siatii.nr; Hnd it is espjtted t).at tiic Contradtor shall receive t.'ve Stable pui>g tintt may from time to tuue accir.im-late, tnaking an all. waiiis for the same. . FuftJivr part culHrs,fogeil;er with the Terms atid Conditions of the Contrad, ni'ity beklioivn upon application to t;ie DHicer CommiinJi..g the Royal Artillery in cacli Irtstiict, whoaieautlnirisevl to receive t^roposals ; aiid also at the Secretary's Ojhcc, in Sr. Maigjret .stnei aibtesaidi a iy day betvveen the hours of Ten an l Four o'ClouTc, whvie tiie Proposals may also be delivered; spaled up, and h;arked on tlie outside " Proposals tor SUjiplyhii; roiage fi^r Oidii.nioc Morses," but ho Ptoposal.ca)M>e aiiiniitcd alter th-24:h of the present ivtot.th.   )^y Order ot the B a.-d R. 1-1. CREW,-Secrer^ry. DR. GREiJORV's CVCLOPElM.A, , To be completed in I w.?lve Months. '^ilE Pf/BLIG afe respeatiilly inforir.vj that the in RST I' aR V' of the ab-..ve valuable vS ork was jvub-tib.liedoii SaTU k day, March the ist, price NnieShiUings, and that it may be seen and purchaseJ.at the shop of every respectabls Uookaeller throughout the Emiiiff. ;i his d.iy Is published, price 2^. 6d. THE TRAVELLERS ; An OPER/^'IC DRAma, accompanistl by the SONGS, and Notes illustrative of the Music and Siccnefy j as ihewhole is pe/toiming ;it this time to ovettlawmg Houses, at the T)it.-\lKt ROYAL, DftURY-LANE. By A. CHERRY, Esa. Printed for Richard Phill'ffs, No 6. liildge-street, hhck-hiirs J and soUl by H. D. Symonds, Paternoster-row ; tSit-ker and son, Russell-street; and t?y alt Uooksellers. Of whom may be had, by tin same .Author, Th.-Tiiirteenth Editjjn of the S'OLDlliK's DAUGHTER, price 2s. 6d. An IMPORVANT AUDITION to the S.TOi:is. iw" BOOKS'of EDUCATION. On Monday the 17th of February, wulberpiiblish.-d, printed on good Paner.and ina clear.'J ype.{ correspoadiiig in size with Dr. Mayor's British Nepos J price 5s. bjuiid, with the full .Allowance to Schools, :        , 1''HE CLASS BOOK { or,- Three Hunuretl nnd Sixtyitive READIKW LESIONS for Sch olsofehiier Sex : combiiimj, w.ith the elements ot all kiicwKdge, a greater miniber ot Reading Excictses, Itom the be^t Atithois, than are to be found in any other Woik of th^rsaifie descrii'ti> 11: every lesson having a clearly iktiiieil objvtl, and teiiclniig some principle of.sc'tence or inorahryrO'' sonic iniportaiit truth.' By the Rev. DAVID lil.AlR. The-^Auth'or hasbcen snrculated to compile these E xercises ini' reading, by the obiscTvation, that, although there at present �xistscveral',e'iccllent books for teaching RMding and J-.lo^ tution, the objet\ ot them does not cxiend beyonxt the mne comhinatioti ot words ; and tlioy consist: ahtu ^t emucly ot pa;>sa^us selected with icference to; b^kity of cumpD�ii)on elily. In the present Work, EL'gancc (lis been united.with Uiility { Sound and Sense have been stwiiousiy, cqjnMned j ahi^tloipitiiicc h.is always beeu luUpted to the piifposcs of Instfuctiuii. Ill short, every One ut the Lessons mthii Class li>>ok, IS calculated'to make the Young Reader both wisOr Wnd better.     > ;i'ha Auihor'u own.expeticncei as a Teacher, stij�i?e�ted to hiiiV thedivision ot his Uookuitiy Ihree Huinlrcd and Su'ty-five Lessonj, or One tot eViry l,>ay hi thn Year j meachpt which,-the subjetSt mutter ;is ^eiieralU" iinlshett *ithm tlie suiinb^ length .ot � Lesson. This division, it is'obvlotis, wrll boattPHded with an equal de,<^ee of convetucticc to the Tutor uiKl'Pupil in the avluiiMmSuncM of a public Seminary. P rhitcd for Richard Phili p.t; No". 6, B1 id|te-itteet,^ Blac' e Unci (jf,aUBi�?kseUtff in'H*' lihitW Kibg. X--/CAt)iTEJt.B�HY, rtn theproijabie J^im-f?t;,e Ci.ERGY, and other in^'tsr* relatingiolhtf Church,- Saidhv John ���i� {.ate Newbery}, fh* corner of St^ Paul's Church-yard; Djdie and TcbHetr, S' j^m.-iVstteci; J, White, Fleet-street, arid S'warf. Picc.t�l'll-.-' , 0.1 the anl instant .will he |iu'>lislied, handsomely printer! in one Voluitic, price i;� f*>-(fds, 45. 6/1 � , ETTERS frbm a MO IHRR toiler DAUGM-^ PER, oii Religious anilMwral Subjccls. By M. S.   .    .      , Printed for "P.. C, and J ; Kivingt^m, No. 6?, St. Piiil's ChiTrch-yarrf ; gold^al.o by (. H^tchanl^Nb. 190, I'lccalil v Tiiii I'ay is pHMi�t-.ed, tls'iiaVil, ')y (lernii-.^vn, itfthe i'V Eittht targe Vol-nu-t D.tay., ^,�r:l.oiiK-ly t*f'" Ml7Nl>  i^PENSERj X   lyrth Notes of various Commematort,,i.; Tijwhichjire added lU�istr�tions, with �ortV Account of the Lite ot Spenser; and with a Clossaial ?i> ay is publishid. handsamelv primed irt One Vouime, . OcbiYO, price in beards, 75. 6;!. dedicated to his l',Dyai > llU'hness the Dukeof Cumberhicd, SIXTEEN SERMONS-(abriti2ed from the Worl-s of th^Rtght Reverend l-athcr iiUn,:!. WlLLtAVJ ME. VERIDGa^ D. D. sometime l.oid fiisho-toi .St. As�ph:j preached in the.Parish Ctiuri.li of Hanwel!, in Middlesex, Wi ihe Ye.irs i8oc and iSor: -To which are added. Ten Origl.. nal Discourses. , , lly the Rev, G. H. C:,A3SE, M.A.   .    -Redor of Hatiweil ; and D,.,niestjc Chaplain to h;3 Royal Highness,ihe.bukt oV Cambridge. Printed for V. C. a'l.l J. Kivin.;t>n, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-yard; solji also by J. Hatchard, No igi, PiooadlUvi  Ut whom may be h.-^d; ,   ' Contemplations on th.? -.icred History, aitered, from the Works 111'the Ri?ht Rpv. jojeph Hall; U.D. sometime ' Lord Bishop of Norwich ; by the Rev.'G. H. Cltjie, ,M. A.   The Third Edition, in Fotti; Volumes,-price i:^ B.oarri-:, "i.}-.- , .' . �   '      _ . .  1  .'.  ," 'i'hia Day is published, a neiv Edliian, pricchalt bjUi.a,   : � 105. 6d.. �.'': GEOGRAPHIA ANTIOU.A: being a com-: plcie set of  Map:? of Aiident Geography, beautifully engraved frorh Cti!:'riiis, OnThirty-itireeCopperPI.ites.      �      . Designed for tlie Vise, of S'chovls, and cjf.Gentlemen-who* rhiike the Ancient Writers tlieir Delight or Study. . Printed for F. andC. Rivingt-^n, No.. 62, St. PaiiVs Ghuich-yafd; C. Law, No. 13, .-ive-Maria-lane ; .and Ljug-iiiari aiid CO' No. 39, Paternosterrrow;    � ' . This.'Day was, pitblished,; price b.,uiiv(, 2s. or ais. a ; d 2^n to thosi! svho buy themio giveaway, a new Edhion^  Fipini; the twenty-sixth, of ^ . course of bis" life, in a religious and acceptable manner,. Advice Row to keep ll-je- l.ord'i Djy h';)ly.   A Co ric oJ reading the Holy scriptures, wherein is shewn how imsch ________Q---   .........^ ... w.uw    IV        a |\r-jilliv Communicant, .^r.d because all-must die. Rules are giveiv for a devout behavinir in the time of Sic.khesi j and dir rediosis laid'down how to prepare tor a Ua.;ipy change at ((Jath. ... ,   . Printed for V. and G. Rivin.ton, \'o. 6i, St. Paul's 'Chi-.rcli-yard; R. Kildwin ; G. Wilkiej c Law ; and Scitciiard and Letlennait. ;  ^ P. S, This b^ok i/iii t.hs list of books recom.m;nded and dispersed by the Society for pro'.'Jiotiiig Christi.'.a Kiiow-1-dge. mTcHAELIS on ih'i N e W -I'ES fA VI en f, cor.ip.'ete, Witnilie Ke\-. H. MARSH'S NO TEH. This Day is I'ublishjcf, in Six VoUi'meS) lar^e O^lavj, price ir. boaid^, 3I. Ss. INTRODUCTION 'iO THE NIi.W T�ST.-4i i   . MV.N.T. By JOHN D.\viL) .M,fcH.-i�LiSi  ' Late V^-'ff^'o'in the Un versity of Gottingen, &c. . Trai^blated froiii the Fourth Edition of t.he German, and[ considerabiy augniciited A'.lth Notes, anda biisenariou o;i tha OrRinand Composition of the 'rh'ee l-'iisc G.isp.-is. HERBERT MARSH, p.D. F.R.S. F-.-How c: it. John's College, Cambridge.  P'iKted IV.r F. ar.d 0. K i ;ii-,t''r.,No 62. St. Pa.irsChurc'i-yard. -'^i-'ld also bi] ILvai.-i vl, No 19-', I'ltcadiuy j ind 6y the hO'ik.-elkrs ai 0\t-rdjiut Camb id^e. A few Co'.iies �-e pani.:d on li.;e woven Royal Pa;ir!-, p'ics in boisiU, 3!. ixs. " . " Ihe DisseitatK^non ih.- Gospels may be ha.ls?,^ irate-h, pri.-e !n ti'-.r.-i-.^        �     . �        .-    . 1 nis Djiy V as put>li-.,lK-.l, 111 a vjis -.irK,,: 7a. 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