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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 25, 1806, London, Middlesex                                tWfDA ty Af'MI: M, I bog: �mE'jTaE l;i>YAI.,.-i>rx!ry-LAkK. 'XHlS-MSEi^.T EV-ESllWa liicir Maieities' A   servants will titt       .  ". '�  ' " LOVE FDR LOVE, yaleiifmc, Mr. Jillistpii ,' Hen, Mr. B.tnriisferj Foresichr, Mr. Mathews.   Angelioa, Miss Duncan^  Mrs. Fore�ii?.(t, Mrc. JoliiisJonc ; Mrs. Frail, Miss I'ope j. MUs'Pfue, Mrs. Jordan.. '       '        '    ' , Tp:rnorro\i\>, The Jealous Wife; with Tl^e Forty Thievfs. : ;rvi.i-.iT;ii:'KoyAi., cwvK:ii.;.�;A.-i.>i.N.. 'STTHiS PJl�SE|^T EVENING >viU hi }-crtoxrr.ed �X  a hew l?iav, called , ,   ',      ' - ^IaCbpth,.Mr. .Keinblfe ; Lai\y Macbdth, Mts �Sidilons. Witli.fjW.E.^'ly      nw.H r      or Long .Stori-s. inorrow, t very Man in his Hmnoitr. tftE^i^f'ikrC)yAf;, bkIi!^V.lane. MISS;DU-NiiANft!,,.'.-afully infonm the NoU. Tiiy, "ftentry; her:Frieii(ts. and rhe Pijl)lic ingeirt'enl, .thather BENEFIT K lix�d for WKDNE^D^Y, M4y 7, 'TWi*3rttOrhl.acly. reafle-jji Mrss Diincait; fr/tBetweBM the play and FaK-ci        . a VARIETY bF SlNtilNG,'l>.WCmG,�c. ' To-wIuilvwiUlSeaddetl, a FaVOTJR! TE IfARcF, In which Mr. i  Ml. Fosbfoolc, at the Box-OfRce. ii> LittteRnsiiel-street. *^HE next Meeting of the Whig Club will,be on _ TuEvbAv. tlie6�htif May, at the down and AncHor SAMUEL WHlTnREAt>, Esq. in the Chair. STEWARDS. Lord VV. Russell, M.P. C: C\ Wc�t , M.?. .......____      . John lia'ncs. Esq. Diun� pn Tabk at fpur o'clock. . R. W.CLAKKSON, Sec. CAMimiDGt.     - HE SUBSCRIBERS to the tJNrVEkSlTY , siTATUE of Nlr. PITT are re-pcdfully iiifonnsd, t'lattWe following Itahkefs have undertaken to receive Sub-scriv�Tions* - Messrs. Hajn-nerstev's and Co^ i'all-Mall ; Messrs. Henry Hoireaiidto. Fleet-street j Messrs. Harilajfs Tritton, and Co. LuiMbard-st^eet: and Mr. <<'iUaiTi, Cam* bridfie._^\ _ ^      -        J. Hi<(�WN. IF the YOiyNG iVIAM who'n�et his Father in Eiiglaiidi in a Mill ui* ilw last very bt ^-C-***lovv tM oho, will be atttciwlrd to; ^ T The Duke of Northumbeiland Kt. Hon. Earlof^Deiby , Lord J. TovvMSend, M.P. "sriLENDlO COLLECTION- Of the late GKXViLg E � mokl/u^d'H PICTURES an^^ /fESSRS.ROBINS have the honour most lespea. IVX f"Jly toannpiinoe to �he^Nobili�y,Gfn�ry, and t^ie^nu- immitable CoUeaion,cprrfann.nR     _ ,j    finest speVimensbf th�t wond rtul aeiuus, cdlette.l duri-.g a  ter\ei of years by indefaiiguble attention, and at an iiniiieii>e ix'ience, by..-i Gentleman Conrtoisseur  . ti6. Great Porthnd-strteiiOxforvl-street. C"AHEAP WAbHlNG.-Families- supplied with > 3*11 kinds of SOAP ofthebea quilttv, at the wMle-sale prices for Ready Money, at the iwakifilc and :)oap Comr riany's Warehous.', No. liix, Hett-stieet, two doors from Fv-twr-lane. W~ ANTED,   under liis; fithcr, su eKpcriSnced rx'wnce, by..i pentleinaii Co'moisseur, who now oftirs them ihtfliberalprotedion of the public.    - t�eprivately-viewed To- moi" iv.Tar i^th a;-.d-25thVan(}monii?;f;of Sale, whend Kues at is. gjich, will ftft ready for daliyory. . GEOROE key, UphoUteraud Cabinet Maker, LiivverOrcsv".mr'stieot, CrosvenOr-square, begs^leavs to retMm his most graieCul AckiiOwlcdgir.c is to the Nobil ty Xleiury, and others, fur tRe many Fav,).Mrs Conferfed Vn hiin, and acquaints them that the Paitr.eisJnp fcetwien hiiri .'.nn Mr. GVwles Smith is dissolved ; tV-iit he is reinnved to No. ill tfie same Street, where t'lie Uushifss will be carried o, , oil his own account, and to salicif a �:ontii>uance of those Favours he lias so ofien experi.�nced wliite,iii Parrnt-rship ; asthc (�rinci|)rfl inni-;igement of the Ritisiiiess lest'ed vvholl> �ii hiii'� fi.r rt�.yiv,�v .hutt-.elfthat his .^itetitioa tn tlicir ofdcrs'.vill rnfrit iiUvre fivours.' "'Air ITebits due to fli�)at* Firm of Sinith and Key ^^'H be received either by Mr.Chailes Smifhor t.evrgeKev. Two hundred and nineCiiptTal Prizes from 500!.' to j(i,ornl, li.ivubeen shared, sold, and registered lii'ilie Jaat and liiruier Lotteries, bv '  HOUJvTSlJV and Co. i6, ('^ornhil.l ; 52, ChaTing-Cro.ss j ' '   a\idSt. Matj^aret's lU'll, Borough. ' Tickets and Shiresir the present State Lottery, tr RN iBY and Co. inp>e.it variety of numbers ind at � the' lowest pirices.- Ordeis by le'fer or carrier, executed exaiily on the same, terms as if presert. ' N.U. All bijsinessirt the pi.blic Funds transaded with care'nil trdp'i y. ,     AN *.M>v iwua aiAV i ivij HODGES and Co. No. 44, St. James's-street, No. 149, Oxfofd-stiest, recominci;d t'> tijejr Friends and the Public, aiiinsmediatc purchase of Tickets and! Shares in the present popular Lotteryj as tf;e pries will cer-tsi/ilv advance, andcaimot at any" period, either before or in the Drawing, be cheaper than at present. So confident are Wodges and Co. of tlieooftain rise of price, that they hereby encage to rake back, o{i the Satutday belofe the Drawing, at ihff present price, any Tickets b&ught at tbeir OUices, or to re-urn the dittffcnce should th?y be lower. It is ther^fove obvious that much may be sav.fil and AOthing can be lost by an iinniediatejMjrclwse. ... -I^TANIS , V V KEEPER.'^n aa-ve Ycjiig Man, about 23. ycats of ase.vhas bejn brought 'u .> under liis fithcr, su eKpcriSnce' "Park aivl. Gamekeeper,; frvjlii liis infancy ; i-s a good sh t . and Avill Iiave an uhdeniabic charaitter Uoat the Nobleman he^has'ssrvtd'. ^/ �.. Any Noblemsn or Gentl-iittaniiv want of such a pefson, . will be w.iited oi^-by addreiiiiig 10 Vf. "L, Crown Tavern, ClerkenweliGrfen, London. . ," " ' ''    ' y � '' ' ' auv\NCE CH prices. From the great'depiand for Tickets and Shares, the, Pri *> t.icltftj-' �"     .....     �' "    . '  Part of thfc aboyip C,�p1fals.        .  ' ' Tive,Tirst.draAyn.TWkct.*i�tfiD��vlviwo�cT^ l.S**?!* *;Wt'*ir'sr-UrawnrTi6kets3a'Day.    i.ooaeach   .M� ai\t p'.irt of Devonshire, h t tviihiiit^velve miles of the se�, a llOOSE.weU fiirnislicil, vviih olficei.indp4ea5v.regrounds,. �:('-.,< lit fortlie i:ninedi,ite r^ceptronot a gentfeel, family' -Par-icul irs to bestfiit toMfcrsh and I'atlum, Momit:-stfcci, CroSf vellor-^ql!ale,_    '^^^ � ' '�   ' ANTED,to RENT, a HOUSE and SHOP; in-3 troiid iho. '.hf^re '^freot in London, or in a: Market T�^W.n in t'? C6u�t;r.y..~-Lettcrs, for A. m.^a       �     "      � attended to. n in tV? C6u�t;r.y,.~-Lettcrs, pgi,t paid,.,i.l:ra i,imn>v'diaLU ' PATRIOTIC FUND, Lloyd's, .*byiy*^rt?;-fli� .-.laie ujbi tliCfiamUol thejCprnjuatee lot mvanmij the J>aiiriot;c--Ftti^d iJtfbe apprupriaved a?repahle to thoir<)lfa*of tliei-ii of' J,intu'v ki�tj^iu.p.Jttol f, Otf^tnBir, for t le rshef ot the   uopies of tiie Tiiiiil Report of the rrocee;liii!!;s of this Committee, now. in the Press, and the same niimb?riif the future KepnrtSi he ssht to tile Coininitt&c .11 Mam-hCite , enable th?ni t.t]-.i m .'re. . The Cortnnittec wi'.l only'add, that they have every re ^son-ti neliev-, ind they svate it wltil the h'ish'jst satislact that in tWs insv.iution, the nuiiibsr of patiints ciir-d. i:i prov5i)iti;)n 10 thentim'jer adniittgd, has muclvsurpassid that of ut!v .similar est iblishrnent.. VldTUALLlNG-OP-FICE. MarcH �c, i3o6. THE Commitihttep/or f'iiluaUtng Hit Mdjctly't N.ivy, do hrrf!,y g'rve Mel/ce, Thai on Vrid.iy tht %:ilh June lieXIf they tuiil te i^aiiy ,to treth/' TtmUri in rvriting (ftjltd Dp), for luc!/ quiimUitt ef lb'� ftllowi)!^  dtieiifihr of Stav.s-.-tTrjwn Daiitzic I'll'E, BJiAS DV.and ViO-.i. MEAD STAVKS ? Brack iJamzic,- Ilaiiibro', .-stetiln, '%m\ �Qucb-C PIPE STAVK-S; tdr rttbecliue- .T.-'v I ly'.i.'. ' . "i"- Ihe Ccndiiwnt oj iLe Lu-ili.lci in.iy t:i �.v� at .beKtury i Ojore: . N. ff. No nn:kf for a left qr.:tmhy thn� Fify ThmjanJ Cr'.iitt Patrt^fr I'll-et, Ten LhtutundiCr-j-iun- Di>i!x.;c liranJv liuriitv T/jotitJi'iit Cro'.i'n.Dj^'.ilc llr,g.lje,rj^ or 1 wy Jfje Tii'JUi3'!j Bi.irk D.inin-c, ILimiro', ,-iieinit, or Qjiehec ttpi A/.J/r r�g,tr:{ vuilliiHiaJloiAiyTflJti- i/ttuh eh the Piitt }ljfU ,nnt Jif'tnitrlef '^/fUiatdt    �U�gfi>t-'�' thJi-titnil -ior Br tM'r'jf''cd in (fit RoAid Jffoi* Oitr o^Chck o Ji uill P.Hiv 11 int^"f yune next. Tier unJftt H>e lfr:au v.'fjs maker l>u l.f.Vt, �i uine h'\ ttb^tf, t'Mentt, to antver rv^^fr r-ili-.i fi.r. viL" rii.\LLiNt;.j -a! , W-r'.f.;      �� .0'     X iJU.M-, D K I-. D '1-0,NI S of '-� H .� .3H 1 K 1; i! - V '5.-V ]. ,:, r.J ,Jre U-^' n ^r.ri/r, or SAL i .i,Jeq'i.djg!)>i-:er^ ; 'f ijjhici) tjt Irni.ir mike the Tetden are to pioJitre .S.hh^ a .- to -.e ..ct-v'Cd intn His ivliijei'.y's i'tctiiiiitii^Sinrer at Di^rfurd   cv? half by the %\l of yuly ii-xt, 4i>id t'treiy,ui'ic.ert.yHie^t> } nil cbwi^e iind ��nQm tn f-ti^ yj^itjery, exerft ihti the Ccntrattor tviti /e et liUt-d 1-:. int.  - i ort J^r P;r-ter:ige of the ball frnm ibr IVaarf ro the fitO't's ; jnd 10 ie yjui for iiy Bull.jiyi^ie, nviib i'u, re Tendir in -r'i'/'.-y ihepr-ce thdl vot U inserted in vjwds :ti Ichglh,  > fijj \'.!':t!i r.st ie d^-i ter'ed . lo^t/-e JSojrd '.cffre OHe it'Clnc'. 'n the M'^t :.iy, 6fMiiynext,.noV;ir:!ess li'e f-r'stfi .-/. 3 -n-ike'the IC.ier, v. ime i;er.on O'l hit brljulf, a>iend:,l'>.-i)irv.'ir-.^-:i'>!..ilic]f-, ib . in si. (insirud rf lytt, n/i     ti c g.'-i ii.'t.tn: tti pre : !s:"ily itdVer. ti.-d and well Stocked witll fruit trees in their tulE'st bearing. I here are also about su acres ot old meadow land, and thiriesii in,til|age. AU or 4 part only of which may be had with th^ House at the opticn of the tenant. For particulars apply personally or by letter (post-paid) to Mr. Croibyv House A^ieiw, teuton-street; Mr. uoinme Auctioneer, High Wycombe t or A. 3, Post-Ofllce, Mew-pori:. fsleoY'Wisht.. '       �        ,    .: � .' TO BE DISPOSED,OF. ~ AGetttfenlfln whose: vme t& w!v3lly ei:\g*ged - in ,Profips6j i\al.;Pu(8u>�,^)sl.es to dispose of a ihost va* luaWe RE.ClP�,high i�.�ti*atioii amongstth*fics^t ra'nks,' aad saniHipned upder j|, iaao6t411u�trious pat/oiiage and-pro^ tedionj having /iot lis equat.. Any person who.wishes'to beconw jiilljnr  at,^0.(70, l"V)vifcifJ Jl itreetx        '     '   ' ^ '   ^    ' ;' Xi;i�ip�iftEf>'P01W >*INE,.  :' 3 MIUU. SHER.RV; ' �� i.WJivtet'OtA'R-ET>--� tSSrHh.h:?'^EDPO^rvvnN,E,, 10 irz;n,?f>A,VlPAtgNE,. 1 ::�.�>:' .^4*il�*Zt!U-P*JC�jti:t'Di*,'"" -"        � : .     �.fHhds,HU-UG^iraY;-- . Jb DiSitiiuPirits RjVTAFM t>.E>GREN'OBLEv >  i p.wtic'.afsin,ttrtii;iot-t}.nv.Downing,70, -T�wBr-strert.5 Tu ARCTirrEClS, SUllVhY . RS, EU1LD.:KS a. d � MASONS:     ''Y^HE Pro(:ess for cuttS'-? Marble .-ind Stone into O'fir. erfty  i rr'i It's I'j.i:;     _ Ttlit; to Le dei.v r.-d in   Ten ilteis,      iieA-y  , in:-^ liis M^jt'siy's'Fict;!d:l.u:^ ^k't^ m u-p'f.ri,  and .paid for ly /iih.t .p y.ii-.e ti.itb j>ttereir,.'i'rty..'c!yiM/ieriiu;''. '{'J:-e Cwidittont or the f.^'iti-ict and .i.nnpiei of ,.,t ii-f^pi in..y . lit sfe� .11 the HeC'clJiys OJae... ;'C;f;/-./ Tr./VV .(-e /.'.ji' lo aiiv XeiiW i-r i:b;eh ll~e. p i,e i'\ti>. not be iri.crte I    -H'/^rds :tt ,lr'/!;tb.     iii it j.*,-7/ �'./ vt.e :.') ihf Hn.ird lej'jie Oi:r o'Clvii ;n li.^ utid IfeJna i.iy, the r^tn inst.i/rl, nm:i,!iie\t the iyrti,'r^^^K^>}^j^ieyj\eTe'.'-i-',     ii/m: i'c' 10// on tiir lehntf, �.iitt.iJ-, io':i't^VJe'. 'if^'i: c 7-V'i - vlcJ*f^vLi.I^�t;-{)l/acE, Aiv ,111, .gji^. "PHE Com;f:Kshrte)S f.r Fiaiieik'^g flit ^iajeitj'i Cutlers, &c. eqiia ly low. Columns mvlch c.io.ip^r th.in wood of the same dL-nensions, Cothie .'\rches, ana Wiudjw Frames without a jpiiit, fifty p-ireeiii. b2l.>W ihjtr.ide |.ric s; Niches eighty percent, less, which will reduce th-J!ii lower thin any anifirijl sfjiie. �    ' - : Stone.Chiinney tops, round, oilajin anl sq^iire, with tlie very Rreat adv.iijtages ofdurabil'it.i' and beauty,, ami reserving at the saipe tinrt the internal circular fomij. will be sold as , moderate a's'the painteil ciirthenviT- .--p-jts.   Spv-ciniens muy ' he seen -jit No, Ji, Charlss-streer, Hamp.>tead Koad, ni'ar Tottenham Court Road.   Some; Vjrd; ."VntiQue, anda very �grdat variety of other valuable Ma b.'es, may be s.:cu at ihi same time, vvhic.'> will be"s'>ld at low |>rices ANEW LONDON WEEKLY PAPER.- On WE:-JNESI)AY, the joth in4t.mr, will be published, price -/jd. printed in 4t). on the best and lajjest Paper used, in 24 i'oUimns, to be coiiti:uied Weelily, I he li RI TI'SH MERCU RY . ot, W EUN ESDA Y � V EN 1N U POST. I he Public are so completely acquitnted with ilie cp.isti-tuent parts of a NcwspJper, that to enunijrale the .-i at anv length would bo altojjether superfluous. It will b? su.'li-cient for the Proprietors to observe,, that in all the pnuniiwi t and simordmate features of Foreign and Doineihcmtellj-genc�, the. British Mercury shall hold a distinguished situaticut. Abroad-Every new andimportantevenlwhichtnayoccur, shall be regularly given. All changes tn rhe pohftcal sj�ton:j ot the great. Po.wers of the Coiitmsiil, and nine pa'ticul.ir v those conneiled with the iiiieresrs and piosperity of this Co'jutry, will be careluLy. recdrdetl ;-and all alterations an I improvements in the vast range ot our Colonial Pojsesstons, shall be Retailed ma clear and Impartial manner. At Honwr-.t e Debates ifi Parliament the Proccdms;* in the Courfs of ;Law and Equity v the Olficul Act� et'Go-yeriinteiit,; rite Suteof the.Polce, and Cnmin'al Ciser of real iMdrest, both in fdwn aitdcountrv; every article of 111-t'iUiganae.worthf oJf^dUcei Wh",ither fiont the diHat^nt couii-fie^i^Qtrtom fieotlauiiand Irelaiuj: ftldnneiaiti general; the Fine and ntsetiil Atts, and- U� eyervinstuKeiWlich.isii-.iain-?^*i]p,�hfci�ppTB'yc>n?nt&.W the Agriculture,Mamifaeluresi and-ComjneKP P*. the Dritlsh Etnpire, shall .claiiji. tlwi mit j>ViJft-a�cirt�n;t>l*he  ,Us regal.ir ssries of sceurren^pesj-liGfltion', 45&, v.,e|�ifle(lt*   VoVeflp �',^,�ii5i,rt''. : .V ' 's"o,oiqo' ^t..     "abjoeo i-ikAwwiff w^wof stfoli-aittl sbventt ;iopi,. ?ol. ACv.*^.-. N. B. Klnt;M to i>bScrVe,"Ticketi;:in;l shares are .now selU-nigiitrtiwjliyo wOlIitiisir'; l]f"g/eili"V,i'!�'iyf>f NimiN'rifi- and thePubt�'may'(^|itnd>%i!*an)^ N.uiub �o otf�|�pIicirfiort cwr�l #ne�1Mji(1ij' particularly 7,757, cntuled to 2MMl. Ill tholasljLotfei'v,: �      �-  Soh�n�u�.o�lthu i�retei�''t,�i(lety gratis J which begins Draw- id.strne, M Ih? Rev,.vv. l r   i-o'ji f a- r V i'y  w o IJ u N .> R K DC (-!.> 1.   o � s r.- r, r 'T.s TANH \'.\.\> Mt>OR-C;>AI.,>,./�y.K^iv live  go, Jiee of'j,/ ^--'i.jri^e riij:e to iii; Miije.'y, iilon:f!':::e Hi' :'j.aj;  H U'W �j>R'k ; i Ti.<,nS;�! AKJS :\p.' vee I: fi.T! ib.it duy into Uri !\I.:p>;y'/, If'c u (liK^ - ^:>-e: -.f same phce. The iub:ie w ii: '.villi ii:terest i.-iiieiy cUyt ufur {..lidjr.r by ..BHis, �p'iy.i.'i'.e v^::i Lite.   �    , of t/je_ Coiitr,:.-: i:::y i: sen al'thc,S:er;:;j.-y The Condit-ajlice. ,Xo lega'-d zvili Jeb.rd ro r.ny Tender in rvbirb the Pj ice not be ii:'e>t(J iniuoe.h ler^ AV, tbe \nib t.J M.iy He.xt, at U>^ �.'Ci.k/:. /(.ff w/f.v ?..-:> ,      140-/"j'li liuriben, cr iLeeaiotiis, 10 ie dirvei .�i:iit: : . A di\u/gbt of t/.e Ci.i:et.!, ii.it.'J. a fjiUfcftie renjer, K^y be ten at tbisO^ee. -    � No Ic.tdertuiU bereirii'ed aper TiViIl^ 0 Cioc.i tbe d.ty e-f teal)', itor {iMy itottce.^, wilets tl'i f.inyj. u un .i^int Jf ',ia, at'e/itt.t      � .... CHELTENHAM, SALKS FO riii-i f -l A M W A TE R-S. Tfre-^11, corre -hr-h i ,u every parucul If .wit:t thi Chelt Ti'^tan W�tJr,'a,�,l' cjn e-queitfly produce tt�e*.�insuft.-:ts. � nry !�e,pi'C.-cii!�r'.\ le-c immenrted tu t-ltcse Wlv^sse hiih.ts Bris7;la.i,ed by a Ln�^ frsi-dence in. watin clima-cs,-by exfc-eSMf4..-dn.-lcun;, or-a tvjiirM nuftd use of debMiiaiing metllvt.is. '1 h.-.^ wiU retain thiit cibcacv t.ir a ly iMgt^Kit rime, an i m aiv cUm-re, ti�ydi.-i Ih^retore 5V.oi;eji of gt.at.imouta^c: to p-rs ni go-n^^ abroad, Mw'i-cri�it-=, Cuitnusof S-npi, xc . fena d. .nv.t sold-wh-iiesal* anJ r;far..wi-h-p i vr-l �.lire ii u>,.l�j^ l-.. Lard-ier,-Ch-nifST to tfie Diilte ^ilil j>uch?s� v \oVk,!,No-$6, Picca liHv, wi sal I Tsial bv IU5 it'iiDOM n f�ro6ks, iic.4ec. &c. ^fialj, rtgulyrRigps*/ wilPctfmbme all the advantagUi acising lY^lj' (ttij compilation and well connfc^tetl tittMim^-^t^ 1 wc^irty l'aper,with �io n...v.iUy atidiuterfai qf artuilfcs rdr Wh. ithe^tt) bli. MmMi..y OIHc^ N�:*4i^ VUfiiL* mVV' ' l^tccr-strctt, London,! ^bw: t..e .0| c-ft^ �^vSii*,'tfe proved-byjeKnerw^twie,-it� be the best and ^lott iii�..-i-e.^^ AItW'aeWriPiutflerj atid.S-.vcetener pf -the lilt> id; .-frid thise who.atSeJif^tHt';* Af wish the .s�:iif�y, -^corbuMc fn* luviis, l.c,�*�y|'^Ac^*l^hMffti or-any oltser- DlS^>rdBr.^ an.ion  m.Yif�,t�d EitKiltr; 4�r,Uw�ie who t:#v^ irtip.+u^i tlx-ir i i.-stiumoV.s.by Dtssii-aiior, or Juvenile.In-iisvresimis, �h 'tld by m miS!M?sit\iti teniae of thivVejji�irf)Ja Pi1i> duriiu; �he Spitft)?. 'Thfc_f>pec�tKJ|i '�t. tills v.>tu-ib!e" Vewt ble.,^Jtcr3. iii>t5j so plfeaiaMk'ahvt stftiutiiy �s iVr't :t.> inf�f ic?x;-wifh irfte avuc,�iipns ot b'jfrn'ess^tv- p!t5;�>'i)>c; rs,!iefTon'is confined to tWwnm^l juite.-i, atsi rtrquires no ..(tcr ti'-nor lemr.tmt tn dser^ itj'disa^hcs.m the >ton ch. ofef.�lisntth theicx^ tvand i�ra(:tiffi]yper r-?cttns u> it^piia. �si(,:e-.'mj^devra.;ioii from a Man* .-i..Or'i\v^aK'�;-�nc�': in v'v>n,ii:. 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