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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 20, 1806, London, Middlesex                                a - THEATRE R.')YAt., WKURY-LANf. ' THIS.PRESENT,EVENING their Majp.'ttcs' -rrvanCs will itt     '     ' " � THE 'rRAyULLERS; oif^Mttsic's FasctnaKon. The principal characters by Messrs. Clliston, Urahatn, lohnstone^ Mathews, Dftwton, and !>f"�n'>ster; Mr�. I'oweil, Airs. Mountaiiii Mts. BIhihI, and Sipiiora Storace. With y HQ'S IHK OUPK ? On Safuri?a)', The Horiey Moon, with' <'he SoMier's Return. TH li A rii    !<0 Y A I.. CDV'F.N l-'C;.^ ;<.jKN. THIS PRESENT EVENING will beperformeJ, a Tragedy, called ' .HAMLET. (Tmlet, Master Betty. ;* Ophelia, Mrs. H. IduVston. .With    WE F L Y 15Y Nl �H 1'      or Kong %tbri s. On Saturday^ Master Betty will appear in ihs Tracetfy t�f Orooiwko ;with " Wt! Kfv by Night." T ORaTORIOSI-T.AST WF.EK HUTTWi). Ti+EATRE iaJYAcL CQyi-NTrGARUI'N. c.MOUPiOW EVENlN  HiKon. To wliifh v,tll,ljs added (by. pairtcuUr destrujitlic favorits SereJjataof    *   ^ ^ '"^ '       ' ACIS AJMD C\LATfcA, 'C .nt>os er(ed, .    .     ^ TollieC^NTLEMKN. CLEROY.and FUEEVU .        of the COUNTY of WORCE.'iTER.  , ACCEPT; my very sincere thanks for t^ie nigu honpnr I have this day received at your hands; an honour, which it was not more my ambition to obtainV than it will be the objeit of niy atteniiou tod.'serve. The distip-puished manner in which it lias been conferred, will teitiain uuLdibly iinjiiU'^sed om my minci.and my utmost eHoif  THE l-?iCULTY. AGSNTLEM.\N, who h:is received a regular lidutatton, aii<  Tile fpllnvving. have nev.er before been exhibited : ^th, The domesticated I.izard.oth.'l'lie Siberian .VIoUse jth, A singularly grand .Musical instrument.    ^ AMmittance Si. 6d-Children.under 12, is. 6d.     , '. NEW : MUS-ic, .       . , , ; 3Mst publislied, by lirod;rip and Wilkinson, No. 1 j, Hay. market,. London. MtlA \ A K y MUSIC, SELECT  COLLECTION of POPULAR XX SONGS, C:l;UES,.M RS,      arranged by J. Jouve,, t yeals purclia.sf �i!l llt'ewise-'W^i^'il^lbf-AriniLities f r >o�nK Live;, secured oii .th.?;;lik�,pxQp^yy*':oryon Money in the Furd_?,'vykcrs; the parties.hive oijly^.a' life'int.e-re.sr, . In tither'case, the gMirtf-rs wiirhavctVet)o*ver of rede?niiiig the* same.-'\i)ply p^rsonaljv, nr by le:ter,-to Mr. fcing; at ;his fttme,i8, Joh'n-streetfAd.-)pln.     � M' AliT MILLS.-Private Families grinding their Malt-under th^irowu inspeilioii, will have the Batist ictioiv of being as.sure)lUiUno Hdulieration can be used, *nd tint there will be a s;ivlng of pCr cent, in the measure, is one buihel'dt'malfirt th- tfra'n wtll.produce one and* quarter when ground, wh ch niay.be proved toany ccntle.ii.m wishinj;,to.be satisfied, at tiic �varcnofise, No. 11, i.Hatie-street, rtolhorn. - M;ilt .MilU (warranted), hoppers.ircliided, Tram'ai Guineas 10 4 Guineas* tor ready money only, deliver-ft\ tj'eeofexpenceto anr.paii ot London. Also, a new con-sttiided Mill, with multiplying wheels, that will grind lieatts, oats, pease,'na*ley, and malr, particul.xrly iisctul 10 V��ttlemcn.wh6 keep' horaes, and farmers in general, 4^ Cunieps tp 5^-Guineas.-Wljsat, Indian Com,.and JJrug M1II5, allwarrjni/d. H'^/'^^^^-'^^'^''^-*^ have ever been esteemed a ^�y\ . personal bj;auty.in both sc*cs, anit in som-.' parts of Europe-are essential to persons ofrank.- The''6.\N.iJANA �SO.M', or Indi-n VVasVinsf C.iHes,.ijpssess the peculiar property of giving the mostexquisitedelicflfy or.texture, and .Riconceiyable ta'.rness to tbc hands which aHe constantly .washed with this Soap ; aivd th=!8e eiU'ils are not prorluccd too suddenly, as it by painf,.but by gradually curroding all the impcrfedions of the Skin, I1 is by experience only that any one can form an adequate idea-of this Soap, Sold by thff Prqprietor's'Agent, A^Fh'; Withers, -aig. Strand, near Tem-.ble-bar, price is. each !�aHe,^; Retail bv Mr. Overton, 47, Kew Bond-street; ^ir,|^C)�lsp,^39, Cockspur-street, corner of Spring-gardeus ; and" Mr Rfggei\6j,' Cheap-iide." t)b-erve the signature, W.'Withers, withbut which iioneara .tjpnuiiie;   > ,:.   . " TO THE ijBI-fctsTlVli SHAl'ES.  I GmARDBl>,vNo, *�, Great Castle.strcet.Ca. JF.� yeiidish-squBre, sole laveiubr of the P.VI'ENT AP. FARTUS STAY, recomthertded by ths first Medicil Gen-tiemen a� the, iJnIy Thvtt..ti(y�?rhat can ciire the Oistotted Spine Curvatuiept"th�l��,k,#!))�?, and to bnijg straiKht in spod ferni tHe Anatoiplc^l .form ot crooked and deformed Tioutn of both ie>te�'�^ true ik astonishing, white: the curc^ Is perfoiminjf, fHele'only house in London immediately connetted with the manlathirers, and havmg at this lime the largest and most superb assoiunont of dama.sk in this country ; respetlfully begs leavf ro actfuaiut the no-bihty, gentry, and the public, that they can be supplied with that arircle on the most advantagsous terms � .Any family posseismg a particular patteruwhicu they ate dtMraus of renewing, and it required, can nitruduce at the snne time tlieir arms, crest, crany otlier design, in ths iv.on ta'Stefiil m:lnner. Spfcimeiis ot,which may: be seen by applying to the Warehouse as abo.ve.' �. . � TUNBRlDfVE W!':L1.S. rr^O be X^ET, LTniumished, for a, tell^ni of years, vJi a CAPITAL HOUSji.^tetiie Residence uf Richard �Cumh-rlim:!, Esq. consi^ing of aUrawiiigflTiid excellent Din-'ihg-i'c6iiis� good bedchain6?�yeonvenient servants' rooms and o(tict�, coatthhoUse, stiibling, &;Ci aiid 3 beauiiful piece of �r6ijml in "frent of theJioube.-'-�.'o^siission may he had at Lady-d,y next;-   .     " " \ " ..Also to-be .SO LP by PR.IVA'l'E 'cON FRACT, or LEI" for a term ofyeafa, filriiibiied or tiiilurnisliCil, a capital new erected HOUSE, with every convenience, and fit for the rec-pioa of a lari;c family, and iininedais possession may oe' had. � �   ' .       � Also to LET, for six months ccrtaiOk from the ist day of June, an excellent H()USE, well fiArni-ilied, the.residence of..a laily, cou^i'jting ot'dr-4\ying,.diniii(5V iindJjrcakfast rooms, four bc-st bed-r'jpois, with suitable Sery,iiUs'roo'ms'and offices, ciacli-house, stabiihgfSrc.. V i'articuliirsmay. b:; kii.->Avn by af>jjl>5ing to Mr. Harry Fry, Solicitor, at his hoiisV, ay, Hart-stret t, Bloomsbury-sqiiare-. ' 4, CORNHiIl, a a 9^- 0Ha RING- CROSS, f;0N DON.' TBISH j;etijrnsUii�-nidstgraieful thanks to the . public for ti'.e very-distinguished preference ihey have been pleased to give the aVjoVf OHices for severjl years. The holders of the tb^^p^^ing Outstanding (.'apital Prizes, shared and sold as above, in the Lottery just finifh'd, may cither receive their money or oxchange them for Tickets or yhiires in the new Loitery which be.gins Drawing the izth of May,        � No. T.-JJi * 4,677 K,666 1J.047 637 '3.643 �(0,000 5,000 5,o;w 2,'.00 1,0 c a . i,�oo l,0i)0 No. i.fiOg 15691 19,063 16.-567 '0.93� .21,277 &c. &c. &c. � S".,, j.z joo 500 500 *�* .'lirRnsiticss'in the Public Funds trJusaiSed with fidetity and disjia'th. NEW STATE LOtTERY, begt�s Drawing r'zth of May, i8�6. , ,  -Slril-EME.... ,     , � �- I     Prize oif %iC*5.�'^� is �2^.000 ""-- z'..000 - 4 ,0:70 -:- Io,oo:� - 20,000 2 10 10 20 56 6,103 5,000 1,000 500 100 50 21 .10,0;.'ci 5,ir;)0 a. 000 2,80:. IJ', 60 25,000 Tickets �z,o,i:aa _        .-....�.�..>.,        �� er�pn4(c�tlpn awl. support,hai�e� WnUcjicy to jrroW cUt .^^shjipe.thede^i^e^, ^m,0vO Ditto: j!h Day .        ao.ono Ditto . 6*h Day .       25,000 rfic^nfaTick'.t,   i;.i9 18  o Half, 16 '2' r. ' Figlitli,   - ^.2 12  o yuaffer,  �      5 ,2'. I Sixteenth,.   -   166 Tickets and Shares aie on Sale at all the Licj.'.sed Lottery OlficiS.   'X'HE'Rev. WILLLVVI BARCLAY'S PATENT JL A-NFI B 1 LI O US I' 1 LLS. 'I'he exclusive S;ile of this v^aluable medicine b'Mng now vested solely in the j .ir pure and goiV.iine state. Mr. Richard Butler, No. 4, CiK'aj"v*i. bein.; appointed sole Wholesale Agent, all wliolesalc orders, both-ui toivn awLcountry^ are re-ciui'steil 10 be adidesscd to liinvwlio will make iheTrade the usual allowance. None are genuine but those h,aviiig a Blaik Stamp, wlih the name, llie Rev. W. Barclay,*' engraved tfieicon. . T. A. PHIi'J'S, Agent to the Proprietors, Bedford-street, Covent-gatden; For the Gout, Rheumatisms, Consumptions, .icropbula, Cancers, and other .Chronical Disorders. The l luill lit ready 10 Ireitt tvilh tiich pi'i-wni at t�:iy it itii/li/n^ I'l r'.ii'.ract for SHpt'lyhig Hit Majestyti Y.trds at Defiif-j.d, li'.-.huUh, Chut-bum, iHxerntU, farhi^iiiilb, and Pi'vm<.ii'( een at l^eftford T^rd, a/id a Form of fije Tender, M.-^y te teen at this Office. blbUnder luil/ ie rtciivcd aficr Tivc/in-r/cUck. on the day of Treaty, nor any noiicedy unlets the parly, or an ai^cni Joi kim, ar-fendii-   ....... OFFIC:- OF URDNANCi', .M^rch 10. 1806. THE PrwcipnlOJicers iff Hh Majts/j's Onliiance du here Ay give nonce, th.il prr.poia/t ifii/ be received at th*ir Office, in 6t. Ma'yaret-slifet, H'r\l:n!>niei-, on o>-be/jre Monday, the xi^lh imt. fiom surbprnont as mjy he aiiling rs itTK^ertake the .tiipfly-of F.'R.AC;E f.ir the ORDNANCE iHJ\\i)V.S nt.ilioneJtn ihe foU'nuingI)utrictt,-vix.. NuKTH Britain. NORTIIF.III^. "VoRKSni ire. '     I Liverpool. Eastkun, extlusiveofW.irli>y. .   ouTiii>KN, escliisrveof Ch:ui�in. Sourii-VV f,jr, Portsmouth, Isle of Wight, and Chriitohureh. Western.    ^ Wooi.wicii, with Its Depcndrn:ies. \Va�i,ey, CIntham and .\l.1ry-le-bone5 for a period of .Six .vjonths tromithe isu.f April, until the the 3.t!l September next. I'lie lor.ige to bo fu-nislied tn Ration:., to consist of lolbs. o^Oats, ul 47jbs. per busncl ; lilbs. of lipland Meadow Hay; aii j rt'sp.r.'live stations at tlie Cxpciiceol the Comiddnr 1 and .the Qoiitractor. is to furnish such horses wuh ().it'j ;it Sibs. (ier Rfi-tion.'ismay be billeted in tiic J>iblrkt fji which lie coi'.tracl-.'. The Proposals may be delivered itpirately or i.jintly for each St.ttion ; ami it is txpt-Cttd t at tiie C-ji.tr.iCtor �hsll le-ceive'the Stable Dung that may froiii liiiie to time accu.iiu-late, inaking an aUowaiicc for. tli^ .'.ume. ^urrll r (vaiticulHTS, together wiiii tr,e Perms a-.d Comli-tinis of.the Contrad, inary be knoivu uj/on apj>lic;iri.-in to the Otficer Ccmman.ling the Royal Artillery in eacii I'istrict, whdare auihnriie.l to receive Proposals ; ai-d ako at tlia .Secretary's OlfiOe, in S'.. Marg.iret-'street alineaaiil, a:iy day between the hrjurs nf "Jl'en aivl I'Oiir o'Clock, wiiei-e the Proposals may also Iw ileiiveicd, sealed up, and inarkcl on the outside Propo^als for Supplying Foiage for Ordnunce Horses," but no Proposal can tie admitted after the 24th- of the present Moiitii.   iiy Order of tiie B a.-d- R. H. CREW, Secretary. F A'Cr SIM I Lb of the. HAN U-W RfFi N ^ i ,of J'UN 1U S  With a now Edition of hjs; L.-ttCrs, 0,1 fito Plan originally suggestedt^y the Authrif.to the late .Mr ,H. S. Wobdt'all. MR. WOODFALL, in consequence of the re. cent Decease of "his late mi:ch-rcspecled Father, has Irecoiiie-posscs.sed o'f the Copy froi.-i whicli the geiiuins Edi-ti'in of J liNHJS's LETlLf^S u.is printed, together nith a great number of )>iiv.irc Letters,, written to Mr. H. S. Wo dfall, from the sainc Auth;>r, ilUts.ti'ative of hii personal Character and many if his objects in writing and puolishing those ceU'brated Letters. Mr. Wood fair pro poses immediately t�il print anew Edition of these muGh admired Letters, on the PUh at fi�t pr posc.l by the Author, but which could not then be put intxecutioii, consistaiuly with his views of iming them publish'ed at a paitic'ular peii id.. . .' . ' In this Edition siich parts of the private Correspondence as may be ae>med interesting to the Reailer, will be given,. together \vith fac-s'iiiiles of s vcrjl of this Letters, the Publication of which, will, it is im-.sunicl, havea teiuleni.'y to satisfy the c'.iriosity of tlie Public, with respect to !!>e much-cont'sstcd Authur, as^they wi;l exhibit the Handwriting in vyhich all J unius's Letters were sens to Mr. H. S. Woodiyl, tor Inseitiim in the Public Advertiser. Paternoater-row, March 17. 1806 This Diy are publiihcd, in 1 uo Volumes, Svo.jirice tl. iS. in Hoards, PRINCIPLES and PR AGTrCE'^f NAVAL and MILITARY .COURTS MARTIAL.   Witlian Ap-peniiix, illustrative of the Subjecl. By |OHN-M'ARrHUR,'Esq. Late Secretary 10 Aslmiral L^rd V'i oiu-itllood', &r. Olfiii-atiiig Judge Ailvocaieat various Jvav;'T '^�.llits^]arti ! tiur-ingthe .Am,:rican War, iuid '\utMor of *   inancial and. Po-litii;al Facts ot the i8tn and piesz-iit Cen- ry " Sold by.  I. B.iitervv'.rih, in Flee-sirstj T. Ege'ton, Whttehall; R. FauLler, Bond street;'W..M Her, Albemarle-jtreet ; and .Mcjsrs. Richardson-, C l-n! ih. Wlic u may bc.also had, t.'ie Fourt. Ediijiiof Financial and Political FalSi^. ... TH.   LaV.iS Ur .an I 1(/ija.     .       . ' This Day is publishcil, by Samuel Bagsie'', Strand, in t wo handsoine V-il'.i.me.., '^''"''"i I"'"-'' Six Guineas in boards, THE LAWS of the ISLAND of AN'I'IGUA ; consistii.got the .^f.tsof the Lcewiird Ulands, commencing Nov 169.-, ending April 1798, and th: .Ads of Antigua,'commeiicmg Apil.ife'18, eiidng .Ma. i8n.| ; witM Analytical Tables-ot the Titles ot the .'\ds, ann a uopious Digesteil Index. Punted by .�\ulhority ot ti ..!U to .Anrigna. This Day is publislied, dedicated bv Pefmi>.'.ioii, lo her Rry-al Highness, the Duclieis of Yoik, GLEANINGS, from ZIJVLVIERMAN'S SOLI-TUDl'., Willi Occa'jioiril Notes, and an Ode to Re-titement. By Mis. BAYFIELD. The above little Vvork comprises a seletVion of ti.e most afiedinnare and convincing Apii.als to be found m th-.t a.lmi-lable 'I'rcanse of the.Benevolent Zilmnermjin, and is inicn.'i-ed as a Call to th-.- Young and the (iiy to cultivate a r.i4te for thos9 pure aivl tranqud Pleasures, to acqini: that patient acquiescence of ihe Soul, which flow:; iinini- ;Kides of Retirement, and bitines in the niiId radiance or DOiiie:>ttc llappi-. iiessv .        � � Published by W. LrnJsell, Whnpole .steet. Where may be ha.l, Brown's admiiable Treatise onHower Pauu- ing. -      _'   .  .     ; -    ��' This diy IS published,m three Volumes, izmo. embellished with elegant Portraits of the Queen.ot I'Va ceand t^ivarre; the Princess of Laiiiballe, and Madame Bo apart^ frlce One Guine.i in-b.aids, THE FEMALE REVOLUTIONARY PLU. TA-RCH 5 coiiiainuig BiogrjpbicaU-HLitoricol, and Re.' vohitioiiary Sketches, Chaiackrs, and Anecdotes, Ac. By the Author ot ihe � Revoliiiionary Plutarch," and the * Memoirs of lailcyrwa " Among the curioHSi Ives c-miia'u>cdin thtse Volumes Printed for John Murray, No. ja, Flie^t.stjsret '* .\s this work is cakutated to please that num^ious class of teadeis who hive read with satUfaAiO^ the fo(iQerurduGci! tioiis..f the same Author, (which hav� .run tnro^igli'fev^l edi'i n�) there can be no doubt but thajt it^.wiUt|iicfe(i^\vith equal sucttfiS," The Sectet Ina Sflie: nun III teinber, Anecdotes CciieraVs, and F.tvouMtM, now.&{{uiirtg at CoiVrti, m"i?amSs; and in Cut>int(s,..iH)(Ml.;t|)�'!<(�:HtiiKiU;'''.'la 4 .yol�:* i�titi) ' J'ikoiBs. iivboarifc,^.,; <.;';t,.'V,.-,,^ ^iivv^i^-^,! 't .,, r This .work i� ^irwnely iMMe�Mt4k-<�Hlkiifti(te�criplioflf aiihuated and well drawn: and w� wtU.���fthfli loi ptoinitt iMiuderjuucliafnuteinent.rittinittpMiuak'' J DR. GR J:G''RV'. (JYCI.O?r;iM \, ; To'be cornpleti'd ill   ^'/.-Iv: .sfuntlis., 4 npHR PUBLIC are resj^enltilly it.-fbnntjd that the 1 H RST !'A K r of l!ie ab.-,v: y.. ub.'' lishcdon SAl'U !'. DA V, .V/rcntiu- i.'-i, ,>rir.e.Vine.S'iiiltngs; ' and that it- may be i-eii-../.'l pilrciia.^t! if the shop of c'vsrr*' rjsi-'ecta'ile B'^ckii'.ler thf'j'ighout ih.'Empiicr. ' ' HU.ME and !iE ^H.aM'.o  HIsiouy ^f ENGLAND frain the E.VKLIEi'l   KKJC-iKD.> to ^the PRESENT TIME, C*f)-./Ii'l.K I I; MR. PHILLIPS has th-- Konour to nffi-r tq the Public the only coini/i-'K:. icspc:! .ble,    ( uiiifonn Series of Kiigli.h H:it'>ry wi, y,i; Juj e/er besn t-r:/duced      , _______........-- ----  -------I'l-^'JUtCU   -.    - Mr. i-lunieS ;!l^t'>ry wiy Ni'vagiif by t'.nt Wriitr daWn to the period of t!.  t.�kcti uo the narative if>rn the l4cy.-h>iH)r: jnd btau^ht it down to � III: IV,i.   '..r.'V�riU'.is.     .       -. lio'h \V,;rk-,t.rma.'5 unit..r;u'Series of Twenty Volumcj," and th:;v iiiay be h.id ot every H(*..�>eli'.r.iii I own a( George ll�e TbitiT niiiy be had separately, to ciimple-.s .-li:rr>e ana .SmoUett, in Light Volumes, jjuice I hioe Poimiw i'wel,�e Shillings la-t'oards. / -   ... . Bridgcstrett, Jan. 8, t3o6�    ' Mv.s day 14 tjubiijhiil, in iwo l.trgt-: volumes, oSavo, piiee on:-f.ii!:.ea in b.'-iar.li, the I iii:f( h.!l;rii.n of, A N ESSAY on tliu Pi e*!irF-g the future remov.d or imtiga'.ioa of tliscviU whjcfi it occasions. By T. R MALTHlf.S, A M.- ..- Lste Fellow of lesus Cot'eg..-, C-ni^ilse, Printed tvr J John:.oii, inS.. Paul's Civutch-ilird. The Appeniiix to ihis Edition, pine f�. .jSrLVnj^fich coO-tarns an .-Answer to the chief Ob;e(.tiOni w&iM^jJ^ve beeti nr�e.i aga n-t ti.e Prin�ipleof the E.ssay, js'f!fi^t?d:'.also in yuaito, and may b- bad separately, tor tf>e A >oty, VV. J. ana ]. Rich* ariisnn, A. Strahaii,'Leigh and .)f)i!iby, R. FauMer, G. N-col and Son, T. Payne, W. L')whdss, VVilkic.aiid Robinson, �p. Egerton, Ogilvy and S.:n, Sc^tcherd and Leiterman, T. Walke^ B. C. Collins, Vem )r und'Hi^id. R Lea; f. Oeigh-ton, Darton and Harvey, j. Njimi, L-ickington .-uiij Co, J. Stotikdale, Ciithell and M.iriin,Cli,n^ the, Composition and Resolution of lorces. the Centre i-tCIrpvity, and the i.eiitrobfa}C .vlctiiid, MeLii.iiiii-.i'. I'n-.eis,  hrrength anil (-or.ii, " '"PMJtics luct.uiing the pressureo.'non-elastJe s, r,he s|..-c'ilicgiavity ot .oLd      fluid Bodies, with an . trnofajc........,    -----........ Stressot.\U;ciiHls,;iii;l the rne-i) ot Domes. Boik i. Dvna'incs, io which are treated .Motions, Dc. Si-en's i.jid Ascei.fs alotig il'lt'.-fi.'nr I in's and Curves, Projec-t le.s, Ri-t.'cliet.niiug, P. ii.'.i.!ii:i!=, Crn1ral.tol*.^, Centres 01 Osf-lUtii.n, Spoi'.iano-.iui R;>iiiiuii. &�. D-;>n Juan's Iheory ct Percu-von, and. t'.-.e I'.i.i'ou oi Machines and ttieir inaKinuKn tlt.Cts.. Book Fljuis.....ft...... "      "u'� DO  tne measurement of Altitudes bv tlie Baroit.etcr and Ihcrtnometer; the Theojy of .'^rraiid of Water Pumps, and the Resistance ol Fluids. Vol. II. Contains Rcma k^onthc Nature, Construttion, and SimptUicuioit ot Macluuery,on Ftidtoii and the Rigidity of Corns, Fust .Movers, �c. vvuh 1 ahlcs arid Pes$npti *(i Improved IcaroCcWMWe'^by ^|�*�*^ Ptony's <4oB#epfle�; t * ^*>"� HaMie, ttc, ,............... wi.^v>ro>v wvr<�'�,�f imingTsr��V,�*.>V*JM'^^^ : i;ttr4i V WindvwiUi; ><*r����U lu.ir��nt.F, �c.- bj; BvWiiltr* iu)d ottiets. ..    . .     v .-   

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