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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 21, 1806, London, Middlesex                                � THP.-.VTin- !.-:(>YAL, COV!� NT-HAUEN. THIS PRESENT EVENING yviri be pcilu;med anew Play, called . TiUi GAMESTER: Beverley, Mr. Kemble j Mis. Beverley, Mrs. Siddons. Wnli'lhe FOLLIES OF A DAY Tc-TTor'ow, The Wheel of Forlunci with The White Pl'.ime. Gk(5SV!:Nr,| tion and in-'.-.tni.-fi'Mi ot' Children, while to Ihcm it appears a mere amuses ^iTitnt, vviiitl'. lias ever be^iii allowe.l the best mode of cnviv-; instruction to juvenile minds. -Toy Moiiiea' Furiiisl\ed in i^4!--Gen..ineli.!gHs!iand Forei^n^^T of the vt,y, . Tiestqualltiea. -__-_ t'TC'1 URK of ' ONOON, revjseil to March 25, iF.c6. 'iTT^he. Booksellers'- in Town and .Caun'rry are re-JL   spt^lf Hy infcirrned, tHat a new arid exten.si'ily circulated VV    .vasjhisday ready for t s�'if ti-.at this Lottery siiail most assuredly be 'determined by tlip one wh'Ch will be drawn in S'-pteniber. �   I.OMDON .N.SlITUTION. . ~ AGENERAL MEETING of the PROPRIE. .'TOK.S will be held 011 Thursday the 24th April, at  the House,' No. 8, Old Jewry,-to receive a Rejxirt ftoin tlie Mana'^ers; arid to eledl by llallot, the first Officers, Ac. of the In-tituiion, preparatory to the insertion of their names in the prp|)n^ed Charter,-The Chair will be taken at twelve-o'clock precisely.r-Ballotting Lists, containint; the Names of. Persons recotnmended by the Managers,may' be had at the Clerk's Office. SAMUEL WOODS, Secretary to the Committee, April.t?, i.8c6V';^ I, . ^ . ..     .,' � : / ' X   M ATHlSONi" New Ground Wdrkinah, and -J.ana S%iry^yoj, of iTotten.'iam, Middlesex, most rt--s^iedUilly tenders Ids Services to the Nohilitv and Gentry, in -'Javhv ft Jjerkh.itfe.-Tha most rejpeclahile J ?SBJ.S,on a Rfew CONS'f RUCTION. '-T-tHrs^ ^'essels-Foitl; Water;is pli'r'jfied and iiiade clear as I.' .ij' of, ti;;-fine.>t sprJh.i; ; il'i; mor; ,tli;y are ii>.e .he m.-i: tr.in�pa-'.-;nt tile-water ;'iv:ll .aiK'ul a quicic.ai'd pkTif'id supply, .1'no t'oui/Je to o)cans->, and n�nt n-re-pjii.;-jr-!i. e\r";ry re-.r.ect �id:ipted for shi-.JS. . To V hadof JOWM ASHLEY, phimb'/, water ciiset 'andt3(,giii>j p':nnpmanul,iailurer,..N9. 41, Skinn.er-street, Snow-hill, London. . No 4i L-VRMiJLT,, anil q, CH AH 1 N G-C KOSS. THlR'i'EEN GATITAL PRIZES in the last Ltiei'v, (j>i>-t finishi.'d) ivere shared and Sold at the P,   dllVl    IIIW  |il..�"v�u ------------ff � J money, or exchange ihem.far 1 icketsand.diares Lotterv, whicli b Kjins draivins lilh May. '1 he .,c>v ..,,vwy co;):,iirs of o !. 25.0^'" Tjckets-the hi.�;heM tiiiceis =;,oo-.l,., andlliea-iwestiil.-rThefeare 1,0514 more rrii-sthan were in the last Lottery', gc.hemes with partt-cuhis, miVbe ha.i, gratis, as above, witere the 'hit 30 o.o . -1 ..__-I        iKo. la.t e nr>d ever drawn were all so li above olfice:i, and the holders of the butstandinf; S'lian;^': may receive tlieir in the iiE\v Lottery jie�v Lottery the last lo.oonl. and.the la>t s.oojl ever drawn were all sold in SlfriresbyT. iJISl-r, " All buhiiiess in the Publicf Fuiids.transadlcd with fidelity and dispatch. / ;    - . ^       ' �  �    ; """^ 'TICKETS VV-ILl. UlSE. ' '     C WIFX and CO. No/i r, Poultry, (pint Con-. tractors'for tlie present 4,t)tt-.;iy,) recommend tlie&ch.eme. to the attentloivof.their Friends and the Puhlic, a.� pr.gse.s- The foUosvinj; Capital I ..Office in the late Lotteries, vii. No, 6,791, L,2o,ooo, No. 226; 9,36 V  8,041 L.10,500 .   10,000 10,000 besides many btliers of,^,on  7.951 t�>S99 3b,4i>i. >1. . L. 10,000 . .     5,000 . .    J,300 , .   . 5,000 ... ?,000 53pl. &c. :      '      Sl'ATIi'LOTTERY,     : ' To begin Drawnig Monday, iitli of May. TJ.AZ ARD, BURNE,. and CO. Stock Brokers, X X at their State Lottery office, 93, UoyalE.xc.hangi*, London, are i-.ow sellini;, in great" variety of Numbers, Tickets tiiKf Shares for the abiive Lottery.   ' - -Nj?..50,730, a pri'ic of ai,oo3l. on the 18th February hst, ;>vas spLi by them i,i one Quarte.r, one Eiglfni, ind ten Sixteenth Shares, Thfe present Lottery consists of only 35,030 Tickets, and Ijie Scheme cpntams Piiaieof L.Z5,odq .-.ao.o'o-10,000 3 10 10 Prizes of L-V.onp J, 000 6J76 other,'Prizej' from 560I. down to 20 3t tlirej Blink's to a Piizei ' ilxelusive of , ^Juiiieas, and'not '.-UctterV'tJost paid, duty ans^vered, aiid Schemes gratis. AJJVANCl': OF PklCKS. ^RiQM -tVgreat dentaqd for,'rifkets, and Shares, �^f-T^he -Prlcfs. yviU continue to ri^e.aiiclcanilot.after wards i'?.-*.'5J^?'"> the s ub-�scripTion.sM - Messrs. Hainmerslcj's and Co. I'all-Mall ; Messrs. Henry tlojreand Co, Flfet-Mceet (Messrs, liarttays Tritton, and'Co. Lom^ard-streel j and Mr. tjliam, Cam- brid iJkOW.M, AUCTION of y(K)KS, MAP>, aiidHOGARTH'S PRINTS,      No-36; OLIJ I.ONJD-STRKIiT, R.STOCICDALE, respectfully informs tlie Public, that his S.\I.E will commence To-Mnrrnw, exailiy at Twelve o'clock, and continue tiie four following Days.  � PATRIOTIC  FUND. Li.oYn's, April ifi, iZ.iE. CONTRlRUTIO MS, After Divin-Servirc, on th^ DAY cf TMAMKSGIVI NG, (ortUc RLI.IF.F of the SK A MK N. SOLDIER.S.MA R 1 NKS, n;td V O LU .Mi'E K R:i, wounded ; and tin; \V I DO iVS, O A P U A MS, and K K L A 1" 1V KS ofiliDsckilled, in His Majesty's Service. Amount Adveitis icest works of ev undas, the Londonderry, the Pristol,the CaionnCj the Reynolds, the Orleans, the Nagil, t!ie Leys, the Besborough, the Holderness, the Godoli)liin, tlte Purling, the Udncy, the llainilton, and. other capital Colleiiti jns, have con!ribiit'--d soine.of tbeir best St ires, as will evidently appear in the recolleeted vvorks 01 most ot the great and celebrated Masters. Thedilletent subjedls, thit will present Ijiems^lves, unquestionably the productions f)f their inestrmible p:'ncils, will be found to be no less various than-intiresrinj; ; einbrac-iuK rhe whole range of j)t:rfeclion, from ilie simple anden-tertainnig to the highestord-.-r of the art, thegraci-lul and ini-jcstjc ; and it will be but proper to remark,that this S|>lei:ilid Colleilion, hn minute inspection, will be Ibiind perhaps, to be in a far purer st.ite than that of any great assemblage hitherto exhibited. In whatever wav ti;e. Pictures are exa-niin�d, whetherin the detail, or adn.iredjn the aggregatei the eltid wiUbe iqually captivating and impressive. Vo those to whom tiit-y are already familiar, praise would be siiper-fliious ; but the public at large who are yetvUnacijliainted with their merits, that enlightened part 6t the ivublic that aJmiies the .Arts, in their fairest forms, and covets theiti whencytr they are I'.v be�o obtained, should be impressed be-fori-hand with what ihcy aio to expeil, and sliouklbe informed atthe same mnnicat, in simjjle justice, thate.xpectation will not bedi.^appoiined, . .�LOiidbri, 'iSrli .njjri!, iga6'. �'' VALV),-\1*LE and SELECT:LliiRARY. .To be SOLI) by .^UCTU^N;, by Mr. STEWART, At his Auclir-n Room,' ii;4, Pircaiil v, opposite Albany, on ^   This and Seven follcwing Days ^Sunday ekcepte,-!,)     ' npHE YCry choice .nnd well-sek-acd Collection, the JL   LI i)U ARY of a tlisiinijuishert Nobleman, deceased'; amongst whitli will b? Ib'indmany of the best County His-^j tories, tine Copies, s;den(iid iJ.'uks of Pruits on the Fine Artp, Vadojuin and Oelphih Editions of the Cla&sics, carry' Voya.ges and Travels, lare Historical Traiili, printed durhig tlv4 Civil Wi>r, lMH;l-5h Cli'onicles,.and the best French Authors on all's ilii.-el:> ; tlie whole is in fine pieservation, ai.d many buuiid in h:u>.ds',.'moand elegant bindings. Catalogues to b: had previous to the SjIc,nt .VIr. Deighton, Books'dler, i.'aai'iridge ; Mr. 'Co ke,Oxford ; aiuUt Stewart's Auction Room,'..oc.posiie Albany, PIccadilli'. WILiUL MURDER. This (lay.is publisl'.cd, price js.' 'T'HE  TRIAL AT LARGE OK RICHARD i P .\rC H, for the Wilful Munlcrof I s AA C 1'. 1.1 G HT, at the Sessiiii I Inis?, Newington, Surry, on Saturday, the 5th of Aivil, iSt-^ ; c'li'.iaining idl tlie Ar;^iiinents of Cfiunsel and the livitlen'e verhatiiii. With an liiigraved Plan of the Premises.   Taken iti sliort-Hand by ,.JOSi;.Pii Gl'RNEY and VV, n. GlfRNKY. Solii by M Giirn--y, V6.M28, H e; corresponding in size with Dr. Mavor's British Nepos ; price 5s. tjouud, with the full .Mlowjh^'e to Schools, .   . npHE CLASS BOOK ; or, Three Hundred and A Sixty-live READING L.ESSONS for Sch -olsofeirher Sex : combmiiig, uitivtheelemeins of all knowledge, agrfater number of Reading E;  v'-       " .The Author'hasbee.iVstiniiilatcd to iCOnipiletlteso'B^ei'ci.'ies'' tn readiiig, by theohs/rvation; that, aithonghthere at-presently �xisf se^ifSl e.sei.-lleijf.^goks forteachiilg Reading and Ejo- .^Cii-nVlJIni Rev. F, Parry, (lilio  . ' . . � I, Parishes Of StapU, Fitzpaine, P.ickenliall, and Curljod, S.-.triersctshire,'-�---   �,     .    , 3 Town of M.nitg imei-y.Mr.. LTiyd           .        _ i, BromhairChurch, Hertfordshire, Kriber"t Mfsham I Kbydoii, St. Mary's Parish, SuttKk, F. Cautley, 8 o I. o It 16 i I ro; '7, � � a � 4 If. 2 : Rectir 'rithingof Falti.-ld, Gloucestershire, R.Slade L'.;dgenliatl, Wilts, --- . . \ Amtnintfif Sub.scriprionsfrom Worcester, ' ....   - Parisli Church of Chudleigh, Devon, G. Burfin,:;tor. 23 18 I'Krish of Birsc, near Aberdeen, N. B. J.,Smith n U CollecVions in the  Paiishes of- Bishppwcir- mouth, antl Sunderland, transmitted by 1)10 Rev. G. Stephenson;:-^ , Bishop'.veartri^uth Churc!) 20 13 10 Rev. T.   Robinson's Mceting^hou.iie, Monk\v?ariiio\ith Shor-' .        2 12   I Rev. J . Cleggs, Prtlestant Dissenting Meeting-house        . . 301 Rev: Thus. Mas-m's Bnrgher Presby-�  terian Co'igregation, in Sundeiland     g  09 Rev, W. Gardner, Scotch Church, Sunderland .     . ;     �     . 1700 Received from the Assembly _ 34  5   � Parishes of Bisho|Mvearmoiith, and Sunderland . , 182 t?   6 � Dodudt Expences IS  8  3 Township of Ellel, near Lancaster; - Madesley   Parish,   b-tairrrdsldre, per Rowley and Storr Messrs. Kiiott Baptist Meeting, Chatham, Kent, J. H'jni'iy, near I.Hncastsr, Mr. Lester Parishof Denton, LiiicoLish.ire, H. N. Tur.ier Harlaxton (.iddlrimilj ---- Parish of Camborne, Cornwjll,- Ditto otMorlcy and Smalley, 250 7 19 2 12 4 3,5 '9 4 5 n '4 12 o i5 Further Colledions fiorh Leicester, remitted by Messrs Mansfield and Co. Qi'sen'ootough, Leicestershire, -;  " Bri'Xny . . . 'I'hoipe, Satchvillevditto, . Brougiit.ii Ashl-y, ditto, T. Greaves Frcsby, ilitto, -/Nphle   �       . Kibworihi ditto, - Norman Sapcote, dittr, , QnoriiJon, ditto, - licwyer VVopdhouse, ditto, . Gumbley, r.^\ lirtr.aby       . . Glenn Magna, J. D. Glover �   . Ditto 'VotuiiteCis, ditio',     .    , ,Nlills!one I.Hiic Mcet.ipg, dittOi   .   . Baptist Meeting at Barton, ReVi Deacon . , MijsBurrough, . j8 18 Mr. 4	16	0 I	6'	0, 6	'5	10 4'	'0	6 2o	I	0 S	vS	0 '9	'3	0 7	16	5 4.	8	6 14	9	 5	17	6. %	3	0 I	'7	4 , 1	1	 .Paridi.nf B'csland, perthe ReQor .: Rev. G. Bijf.iiess, svistieaiih, being tlie entire , profits of the sale ot a Discourse,deViveiei'. on the late Fhank.^giving Day, at West Walton, . county of Norfolk     . Parish of Kuttiin and Horton Kirfcby, Kent, Robert Fourit,iin . Ditt.-', Edits Weitir, Rutlandshire, Mr. Bale-man .. Dissenting - Congregation, Fadlcy, Hamp>h:re, S Browne ,      ' .    , OiTiccrs, Kon-commissioned O^'Rcers, Drummers and Privates, otthe first i'f'injMny of Maker Votunte?r' Aitilh.-iy, Commanded bv Capt.' \Vm. Little . ;, ;    .   ' . .Oirici-rs, N jn-cctnir.iss'oriFd Ofllccr-;, and 'Privates,6t the ^li-Cornitany of Mak.-r Vnlmi-teer .'VniUeiy, Coinmaiidtd by Capt. Wm. V.d.'ack, h\ a 1- cncert of Sacred Music, atMaker Church Pur sliioners of Maki r The Parish of Btrs'.ed and Bognor, J. Philips, Vicar, .  �   . J,-hn Hasler, Esq. Shipnev. ']"hc tpt.d amo'ini of riiib-criptirns from tlie City . , ami Neighbourhood of Carlisle, by Thomas Blaniiie,Es(|. Mayor Rirhvell Cluirch, Carmarthenshire,---; '* Rev, J. IJ. Mallory, Rector ot Mobberly, near Knutsiqi:-.!, t:]! shire . ' VaridiofdiflP.dnto, -r- Mtuli.im ColU'viion (addi ional) P. Johnson .Profits from 1 he sale of a Serman preaclv.-d .Tt I'emoiiville Chapel, St.James'.*, Clarkenwell on the Day of Tli.hU'sgiving, by the.Rev. R. '    Loi';d,n,Oinciati.ig Minister of that Chapel, a CAndi.Ute lot the vacant Living of Clarkeh-,1   well    , . , ' Suh.>criptions recived from Hereford; per Mcsrs. Bod.'nhaiTi antl Co. :- Parislv of B'.)denhani,iVir. Robinson     3 16 .--of Ditvvin, J. Unssell 11 11 -of Abbey Dore, Mt. P .Morgan 10  o --of Peterstuwe,. W. Lucas 4   5- -^ of Foy, J. Jones . 5 10 � of King's Capleand Sallack, T. 100 8 '5 17  2 6  9 1 i 20 '3 .573: S 10 2   S &i j.I o � 21 Ja.'xes :. , . . -- ofPcfcombe, J- Cljasse --of Lyonshall, --r Powell" -of 'Aeohiy, J . S. Tronghtcn -r^- of Bridstone, B. Thickiing lO 8 7 10 12 5 13 I o 12 ^   Quarter,    '~. 'i{ ''z^^aX-^tf-iii^itisirf^ siB��ri.v N. ij. The present Scheme contains mure Pnzoi and id(wer tl inks than anylotusry tor inany years past JiiU}?>�A?fr..- Ii^lTof'.   . ____       ..............- .!SiI'o&k',i''^�alciilatcil to thakStlld Young^'Kbidertawth wiser'' =4iJ'R<�'�r-' '    . .:.    { ' 'I'hij' Author's own experience     a TfcnchcV, 'Sti^i^stjediidt<� . him the division of liis Book into IliKee^'Huii^red ftpd S^iictv.. 1 j       Lessopsi or One tor every-Day in the^'YcSyy in ewh'ot trvy;hi�l^,theo�"% : --,,.. ^"sjviitible'kngtK -of   Losnon. � 'rKis diviuion, iV,>^� , lf>�lil'o SiaidnfrPt Primed tor RicliJird Philips, No. 6, HiiilKC-streWj'rBl >tk-fiiars ; and to be hail of all B5okdellci's in the United isiing-dom. Loyal Independent  Lodge of Odd Fellows, Colchester . A tVw Friends, at t!ie Flying Horse,  Mare-' street, Hackn-'y '� . T.LtM;,per .�.amnel D.obrre.       .   . F.aiish of iirandcsion, Sullblk, per .Mr. R.- She- ming � � . �      . Gift ot S. F. Capt, Foy, Royal Marines, Taunton Rev, Mr'Warro, l-'heddnti,near dhto M r. I'renchard, i\Ii>s U pcott, aiidMrs.Treiveh* � ard'.s School, Taunton .. Sir Ciiarles Grave Hudspii, Bart. WanlipH;ilI, Leicester '::  ...   .'�-'.  1'hofhas Butler, Catherine-street, Strand Chaid Bank ,      : .The Geiulemeno'f the B-rthday Society, held at Mr,' Hai.vdon's,' Horse and GrM0!t),Curt;nn-..rO(id, Shorcdiich v i,>i.      subscribed bel',irej, p.en i.H. Secretary -Mr. Charles Lord, Northeain, Sussex Mrs. A.' D. .The Otllcers, Non-commissioned Ollicsrs and Pcivates of the fiast'erii Uegintint of i.. laihor-�  ginslVite "^'olunteei^, by Liemenani-Coloncl tj'.rice i    ' -   �        .     '. ;,yic�-AdmUal SvYitjcy       ';    -  [. A 'v'jr^ciid'\.). the'1\dyal Naw ?3 '5  3 \: h. Si. |-.';r Capraiii Jl njaminiClwer, E=q. Ncwpor',, [�S5ex O �I-,;'!-', viiid ^ta keiu.irds.i 111 !') ? Imi 'i.f Wij':; �   I'iUri.f, Oir; ))jy'; Pny, i,'!.;.;,:! C'j'Vn a.vX .M;-n at th.v,/-.-.a! -.t tli-rinc'j a;.d ilunwcll .Downs, V/. Iter Lock       � ... .. iJivid.i-n -  -. - Vm. ! i.ivi^lsin       �    - - Co.Tiphihr.nt's iliarr^of pn,!�v^ inflir.'.'d on the liatk'fcy con:h, N').       f.r ta!"ni o.iC s'.ii'- l:ng;nor- tlnn !i-s fjrj - - A I'l^'ii 1 to SM.ni;,) - ' - .Ma. v','. -'.-';�,�/:j, Sr J irn"-'; P d i'j". - Siilf^ri; ti;/: s r.Vv :1    t  Wt.   '.�.:;l'i' r.e, Devon, ;Mr. ar.d .Mrs. Jonn Lof.-j^,, by      !/. i;.r Kerri- son - . :. B: U. Dwson, Esq:; Geli-^ >6n, ':i.!T''l;: :. The Oliioers,: N.-.ii-.Cn'inr:i'5>io,i.:u ();�- ;v,, ?r.d Privjtss of rln Cp;T;r K'1' > .C iv,;'r-., ron-\ miivied by-the �M-;,i.  E.  r.^yiv.-, ;;sr .'viujor Alexsndir Arm.-itror'.g .    .-        -      . -F.eceivcd Ircrn t.'ie Is! i^u! cf; B.'n;i;i.t, for t'".e'. � SiiftVre.-son bo.i'-d .i.'ie .C(-f>.-a;;n..!ris-sr% '.Sir � /Roh. Laurie, ill rh::/n';^ ��:.':\.: V::i� rie v.ln h.iviri;;!)-.�r .1 ,iiU \^'�''y^t .'f fjr by the Patri tic,f .;:r1,      rt-.n J : ii>; hwv ^ .tran;.::;i!t;-d      :i:e (!.\i,:r.'i   pii';, a ,s '.T X.Wj In-ititii'ion, bv 'Xi' l ;f Dfury. laae tj-.-^n j, 1 .r h;i Cofiection at Leu'minstcr, pslf r,-"Col;,i.a:x,'l',iq. , .S',;b.iicri;ili'>ni> cO:iti,-:u: to b.'rocrivjd ^.x i.ioy '. the Bai;ker.> in Town aiid Co-.u.tr'..    .    .    .     J. P.' U'nt.Sf J   o   O 23	'?	r. 5	5	�� 5	5	'> 0	r	 J	1	 I.	r	 		G 		r. 	o	�> 3	3,	 to	0	 '*7 17 13 13     O     O I    I    r> a, an 1 a: ait ;^ .-i v',Y-w i-i'H_ c, .-spr-.i 1,-j, iiSG.^. ilK Prlncipnl 0_^cers find C^mmiisiiferr Vrf t 'Is Al.ije.ly'! N.i-ij' d'i hereby n're iVi.vVc, ,       in A7 e j-DAY, ti^ hti/jk.'i lit 0-e  r 'f.i.ij- io Ire.-it niith tuc^l) paonr iis my. he x-j'tt!:-, cn'.y.-.: j-^r siifty:':^ .PiiTHKSliUKGlTana RICA HEMP.,     : '     '", /! ..'.'til 0/ fie iiCi'n_:>,.i-ji;b a/j.�i 0/ !.'.e TcnJir, n.zy beie'ii.:r!tij:iOjjice. No Tender he receiveicJiri; Tv.eile o'dnci: i^rtbe djy :f I'raly, nor liny noliced, iiiticssthe .iiuny;,       an .rni:: Jtr h'.iii, � atlauh   ;� . � , i^!AVY-OFFiCHi �Apiil,i4, lii^. , .rr^he. prhii^prd Qj^lcers ,7;:d CzTprrJumteri of Hit , 'X   M.ife.uy's 'N.ivy tio i^e-c'y ;;''ic A'^.'/.-r, T:j';rs-  DA V," /vii-;2.j;-i insfant, at' 0.:e i'Ci'-J-, ' !La: i^iU !�; . re.nfy.', . I'-.t-reat i-jilh utch -tie-sons ar vi.-vie   -iviiiirrz t-y ('.~:'-Mi fir supiHviag TA'R i, P'i i'CH',-"R0.4l.\', T W-K-1* i:N'Ti.N'E, ?M RUS :IA TALLOW., ^,        ^   . .Di'!n.h;i;hi!^~'..f ;he 'Anh'ki, lilh, Fc-'ti: 'if t'y-, Ttr.Jzr-. , Lesec'i at th'i Office. No icnJer tvi.i -te ri::eiveil r,f:-:r T-v;h': 'i'^/^ck '.n the � T.ciiry, >!or any nwice.i, :f/:.'e:s tie }.iity,- cr :r: a^-'::/u.- 'j'w, ,1:. le'uis. � ,    � /' ;   ;^ S-amp-OiUce, Somersti-i'i^cc, ;,;:rrc'i      iS 5. WE, His Majesty's Cc:r.,-y.i;: I'sers for r-ia'tL-.giig the . '�Sl.imf' Duiie.t, didy tt: :wi!i-' sioiteri of His i'i'I.-.irity'! 'J'l-:^ i.ny.: i:;r-!!:.r:i' to r.n /'::: ,f F.:--i-itmen'i 10 let ti f.'.m the Datk's g,  t'.'^-t J-.y i'a. vdli'!-^ roif, av.iiy- Time, dr. iseri-'y t^ive'iS'-iic--,. /f�,j'to let, at i.:iir i.)ilic:-, in S.-'triiUStt ,i'^-i-:?. r-:^ v^rw' .C'Vr t'-fr-;'!, c.-r 'ri'?�i;.iy, the 2;.l,oi' .^i.iii ri^\r, if -l:-'-. ,:, //. � ,s rj 0::e utid I'f.'-) rt :i:e .^f.i�:>::��,.;. 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