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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 28, 1806, London, Middlesex                                '    * VAUXnALL. ^ ^ndcr the Pafr&nage of hi� Hoy.-U Highness the PRINOE of 'VVAlilCSi ON :monday evening, June 29^ A^m bp a,GltA>^i) GALA, and brilliant Kjihibition of iririE-\VO�*l-f*v''ySigniw-Al�rti'am.-Admission Lis. ^ TIte Public are Tcspectfullv iiitwinetl, that owing fu the 'necessary preparatiDfis for Galas, the GardeiiS can^only bp 'opened oi\ those Evenings,-VIZ. iMoiidays, \> cancisdays, and Jnd o"'   . '__ VlX> bu seen alive, at .Mr. KKNDRlCK's X  MENAGEftlE; ^o. 42, Picca-iiUy opposite. St. -James's Chutclx, that -wonderful and surprising- ClKiCO-IDII.E.  lie IS alloivcd by our Natur.>li>t,-i lube the fimt,t '^rytilecvi'Jbcfaraexhibilcd in thisIiinj;dotH.   Mr. Kcw drickbppi li;ave to inform flifi publ^^   that Ui-has had thn Crocodile in hiSfOsscSsioa nine months* andJiojsso miicli (npnivedj'butiuosize iiind colour, as to astonisb every be-holder.  Admfwiton la.-Noblemen and Gentlemen supplied Hvithall sorlsuf FlreasantHvandallsorL'iot fowls both tortond sind-ix'ater, outhe s}Hirt�!st�n�tic�!. money givenfupail sorts ofForeipn BirdSnBca8ty� &c. ngTSniOlCVER i&ay t>c in ^�osses^ioa of Num- V y   ber �,8Sq, -or and nouyt^lie WilUag to par4 �wiUi thein tof five iiuineaa catii, n)NLUTU:S Ulii>EKMAii4LK. '       ~~~~ rjTIEN Years i^irchasc wdi be iinnn:diately given B ftfr AftmiitiesundcmabW .'ccurcd npon P'lcSholdi Co-*yhdld, oriflng Leajchold Estates, wliercthc parlies have an absolute'iriteri'st, and on which (by mison of thu pressure of. the times), iSlon^yy cannot be. obtained upon Alorts;iij;e. , And eightyesti purchase will likcw ise be given for Ajinuitics for voung Lives; secured on the lilce propertvi or on JMoney m the Iunfl�i where the partii'S havc.oiuy ;i life interest. In eniier cnsej tiie pranters-wiU hav� the pawcr ot teleemnig tne s.imo.-.^pplv-p^ersojially, or by letter, to Mr. Iving, at i113 house, ff,.Mlin-strcetjAile.lphi. STAINS of"R^dPort Wine, Tea, Fiuit, Mildew, and every vcgetal)le matter are entirety removed from Ta-hlf-imci7,tiowns;>Vai!itcoatSiMiislniSiIjace,andottierartic!e8 ' Oi (irosii, without jiny injury tocfoth of tlie most delicate Icx-tnre. bv Uie fciicvnicnl liU'acliiujj LKpiid ; it also removes ftmus from Ladies Bull IJresseF,-without inmrnigtne bufl fo-I'tiir. Prepared and sold by Hudson and Co. lier Ma lesty's  y Messrs Lucas and C^ j[j1v to Messrs. hllison ami Oiwson, "\\h!te Ihirt-four!, Loiril):iril-s(rei;t, London, who fin-fai',thons(v.l to receive" titnpos.'iV fi>r inking the Farm. ... wifh adversity .ycarj iince tlie death h, by indrtatignble inilus'rY, both day and jiiglit, has procured a scur.ty snbsiit-�:;ci'-foran aged Parent, an4 hix th'tdrr^n; the voungrat was tiire weL'ks old whr�n deprived of his father: the Widow 1 i'lcumbered witha ii'-avv debt, which has overcome her utmost clioits, apd reducetf-her to solicit the afilucnt and ]idii}iiii(>, to stretch out thf ir hands of charity, to protfct her from ini vitable ruin, of the sale of her Stoc^ and-Leaic the jnsuinff moiitlf. Kef rencemny bebod from Mr. Fatrick; l.inen-iivapfr, Mary-le-bonc-rstjief t, :Gold ueac^ ofadvertu-.nj;. Itjswith great fc>lurt-\AcV beobliged fo' staf, that though the debts he �vves, uicurrMsby Ulftfto Jn hi�f,iinilv, ^i-bicb tonsists Of him-^,')J[ it^6Sm)i<)UhM^'. u. >.>>'�i >i>oi>uij�vii�. HCMiit�nt-iu a . �suiaU appoJ�tiae^ �B�lt;r.povet\iinTen|t ^n-thesp Ji^teen jyears, aaalba^Wavs "conffu^U'd irnnself.with prppnetv.. He has dcvotr^itAd'iiilan Kilary.td the payViient of his creditors; but a ii;w/6Si*bt'�t" nv Xtuijdtord. �*o5scbs�oa may. be hid imiiicdiatcly.  If more land should be wanted, the taker of the house inay- be aexo.u-modnted with *j! acresof meadow. Enquire of Messrs. Bray, (�ireat Uussell-street, iJloonisbury: or of jlh KUllck, UpiiiiU sterer^Guiidfowl. .' i"' aiUXJlOi ; �)ther requisite otfiees ; on the fu^t floor ail entranre hall and staircase, breakfast rdom Ij fvjet by IS, eating room with bftw teetby J8, drawing room '22 feet by livalV Id feet high.; sceond "floor :live bed rooms, attic story tlie sami', excellent detached, coach house aiidstabling.    - ' The whole at:- situated in a lawi^ walled m troni a market town, open 111 front-to the countrVi llie whole is titled up with every coiiveiiieiice for a tauiily, and well jupjilu'd wiin water, 'fncre is koine tnrnilure that would b;; i�'tt if It aci commodi-.tcd the tenant. An enclosed i�:i:>tiir�*-ot W acres mav be rented sepafate, which adjoiiiii the-lawn. lliore isa kitchen garden with wall fruit, aiul apple trees; one mans labour IS'uiiiciciit to keep the ureuKSi's neat. The bouse, is near th  'Ihe post mini Ltnidon comes and goes d.iily. In tfie town are butclhi��, bakut-s liiowcr, and other jjseful iiadt�n�e�. It is uot suited to a dejitlcniuii uho wishes for siiooiina:.   Mounds are. itept in the neighbourhood. Lnijuiro or Mr. Bums, Upholder, No. .9�,Mimi)t-;itrect, Tiiib a..'v wa< pumisae-.l, a   I'liird l.ditioii, wiMi audiHouE,ot ^ limi'lW Of tin-. CONDUCT of His Royal xa. Ilighiiess tlie iMllN(;l;, ot .WAf.i.t*, in bisNanotu Irausaclions withSlv. JEl FLU \ dunu;; a ptriod of more than.tweiitv ve.nv, c.ontauiiiica iiUiriO.N. - 1 !iisday ISpilbliolieil, IS, boards, Y If^j'JT ilJCADlNG for MEN of TASTE at -tj LEISURJ-. HOURS, Second Editio.o, revised. " \V e are 'ii)lij^^>d to eorite^s we have not otten been more agreeably surpn^cji and df'taincd than in tiie penwrj of tiiu � V olume, wc met witii a great numbsT ot aiicccfoteo .pertecUv new to us, and we adyiyu such of our veadere :;;5-areluad ot light reading to make it tiieir companion in a poit chaac, or give It a place in tlieir parlour window Bntisfi Gritic, for An?:ust, Sold by J. Ridewav, opposite Bond-itrtet, Piccadilly, and allotiier book.v'ilin'.*. AEW fllAP at' rUE UNn"E(>~r�TA'aDO.\i. This Uav wrii published, , :   . On Six large Bhert*,neatlV eol'oiircil, price 1?. 10s.'in Sheets, mounted od Rollers and Ledge, or in a Case for (Tavelitiig, Two Guineas,        � .MITH's NKV/ '.lAP of tlie UNITED KINGDOM, of GREAT BKiT.AlN and lllELAXU, on whicJi the Turnpike and principal Cross Roads ar? caietulty described, particularly distingnishing the Route ot the Mail Coaches, the eonrte ot the Hiver.s, ^avlgable-Canals,the Cities, Market Towns, and mrtst poiihiderable- Villages, specifying the distance tram Lo.idon to everv principal Tona, likewiHe the distance from one Market'J owTi to another; the whole dr.^wn trdiii the best authorities, assisted by local iiw formation. a London: printed for C. Smith, MapscUer, No. 172, corner of Surrey-street, Strand.   , lately were publulied, price (S. od. in bourns, CASi:S of PULMONARY CONnUAIPTION, &e.troatedwith UVAURSI : To. which ate added, some PitACTlCAL OBSERVATIOMS. By ROBERT BOURN li, M. D. Aldrtehan Professor of. the Practice of X^bysic in tht; University of Oxford : and Eellow ot the London College of PhvsieiaiKj.- . � O.Tford,attJt)iB University I'rcss, for tlie Author: Sold by J. Parker, and J. Cooke ;*;ind h. C, and J> Riviiigtnu,. St. Papl'ii Church yard; J. Murray, lleet-strect; and R/i-aul-der, Bond'street, London. And this Day was published,price Isj A LETTER to the Editor ot tbe BltiTlSK. CRITIC: ooca-noncdbysome Remarks, in that Review, op a Boukeiii tilled CASl'.S of PULMONARY CONSUMPTlONi &e. treated wito U-V \. URSE .    " By th� Auihor of the ahovi'-mcniioiied pook. Printed and soUrnsalwve. ^     r. ^ RIVIVGIUN S ^ Continuation of the ANNUA L R EG ISTER, formerly published by Mr. DO USEE V. This day is jublisiied, in One \'tTv large Volume^ price^ in boards, lis. ; � rw^HE ANNUAL REGISTER, or a View of JL the History,-Polities, and Literature,, fur? the If ear 179a. , Audaho, ,    . .   .. TheTOLUME tor the YEAR 1801, bcicfflhe FIRST of u. IVBW SJ/ftlEb. Printed for F. C. .>'id J. Rinngton, No. 62, St. Paul's riiurcli Yard} �.ald aho by Mv- P^yne, at the Mcks Gate j Mr; I'gerton, ,Cliarmg"Cr08S ; Miv HatcUard, Piccadilly; MeSii*. NoiimvUle ami Fell, New BomJ-strceti Mi, livy. nolds, Oxford*litrect.; Mr. Lloyd, Hurley-su-eet; und.by i fllessr'. \rch,jL'ornhill. *#�.A PROSPECI'US, explaining the Motives ftnr the Commencement of * NEW SERIES, and tlie Plan�rf the luturel'ubUcationofthe Wock,'ina,yboh�il gratis of &U the. \ BookscUers---Also, . > -1. The AiuiuiU Register, for the year, 1791, price. In bnwds, 9*. i. The Annual Register, forthc yearl7W, in TivoPi^rts, ntme, ln|)Oardsr, 14s.\ ^. AGcnernl index to thoAnnnnlHegigter, from theycur 17.^8 to IV1);^ both iuclug(v�j 'VrlceriahQ4,niSi. lis.iaftuxlt Uound, Lis..  ,    � . ,�      ,, , .g.'heSt't'nmlVolaiTie, containing the IndoX ftom 178! Wi, may be ha^lsepnrute*  - '        ,   . yjjdcr tJic Bitowage of the CbniiipMojFJVfacdrtney andMri. NAV\-OI-nCE .'i; e 3, 180,. -.:^Ubli4iled, 4 N ACCOUNT of tli� pObLIC LlJTfc of the -tm. late EARL of MACAlll'N EY : Comprelicriding n concise view of the Eventsand.XtaiisactiniisinHiiediateJYCon- ��uinejnl*(C to fileltt(t;j;arlcirMacartiiey,!UiJ with the ittiiir Priitdpal OjiCcrs and Lnia.in lifti'Ji.i^ of concurreiHx of th^ Nolda Trustees. . ,    JL, -JUxMpJettii's        ilo/ur.eb^g''''cISi'te , (''O^ ji-^^^ la tiic'^out^e vf the eiKuliig.si>asnn Avill be published, band- /| m-s^ay, Hie id-of July a -.V, "/     ifCiv.hi Im-) u,t L be rmilij iatrent nilhjti^li ffctiinii ai ;n^be-iciUiuslo r.wU nr,l Jijr Kulw If, Hit Wtijfuti/.i- ^fi'd 4itl,i>ly,>wiU/irt.'ie ,'miliKR felleathis Season iii t'ac Forcit of jX-an, being afaont lifJj Xioadi.. .� , JlJ-'drmiift/iiiTenikrmay/bexcruiUlkiOffi^^      ' . Ttnikr luUl he rcmvrd iij'li-.r Tue'ue ci l:ioi:k i>n t ,c 'lay oftreali/yiHoriiHyn^ilketl, unk^s Ike I'mlj), oranytgril for him, fUlr.ivli. . By JOHN BAimOW, F.R.S tlOll?. A">l!\V AN U COMPLETE S\ STEM OF COOIvFR V, IW IS. pirfdibheil, in .iiie very large Voluine, octato-by \V. Stewart, opposite Albany, i^iccadillv, u.-uelis, �u boinis, ' A  Complete SYSTEM ofXOOJvEaV, on a pl�tt.�ntirel new, com.i�euMro*^^�?Verj-t�iidg that Is re-clmsltefo^tJooJwttfkiwjv wtlte kiti^ienbasin?.,,  .\ins iiria culinary aiiairs ever priutc:!; iieing one years vrorfc at tb;; Mar(]�i� of lluckingliaui i, tiom.tfie 1st of Jaiinary to the iibtot December. ISO.';. . By .ioh> SIAIPSPV, �   Present Cook to the Most. Noble the MarqUis of ButTtiHghamsfhirc.  TREATLSE upon TYTHES. This Da.v 18 published, price .^s. Dcdicated^.bypemiission, to t1u> Ri;;]tt lUvv. the Lord'BisbOji'of Ltiicolii,' r-fiplIK Second Edition of a TRi'vVTlSE upon JL 'jTTHLS; rontaiiuiig an Estilnate of.evCrY Tithi--al)b< .Aitielc III conunon Culttvittiun, with *he various Jiiodrs of <-oinpounding kdr the s;itne, enlarj^ed by much Additioaul Information. Bvthe Rev. JAMES BEARBLOCK.,M. A. .     Late FelioyrMit King's (Joljege, Ciiinbnnge.^. Printed tor J..Hutcb.irili fioakselh-r to iicr-a'ajestv, ISo. HX),Oi)posile..\lb.vftv, .Picciidilly ;. ParkiTjD.xtor-.l ; i;eig!i-loit,. Cunibridge ; ^foughtj-WiiKlsor;-aiid;itaines,- Chclnis-�.fi�rd. . v      . � .   - .�    � � -.   � .MirS.S GWENSON'S NEW NOVEL. In the Press, amt s'picdil v' will be published, in tour volumes �       duodt'Cinio, price' uf�cs>p,t l,ttters.ti)'a Fnend m, London ; . 11* wbicliuro neliiiPHleil'uieState ot isoeietj, t!ie lj>t)inosliu^ .aiiil 3i,t>ri".l 1 lablts, \nc Manners, Ainu*eni^nt?iaiid Grievauc,g^' .Otthc Peasantry atid'i rfo"i.ibr>f^ff.lrAiml. -        r By svdneyow];nson, T. Authoressjnf UielSoticeotSt. l)oHiii>i s. 111 boards, MEMOIRKS of a TRAVKELlUl, now in RETIREMENT; contiiinng Personal Oliservations db the Principal Courts and Capitals in Europe during tlie lust ftfty years, j>y a Diplomatic Cbaraftelf in the Service of (jreat Britain; iiite�per3cdwith.original Anecdotes ot Sove-reigti Pnnres, Statesmen, and other Diiitinguished Cliaractcrs who haveilourisheii during that period. . ' '   Piiiitedfor Ilichard Phillips, No. fa. Bridge-street, Blaek-- friars j andTo be hiid of all B^okgeHev*.-' . CO.M PAN ION TO THE PEERAGE. Tins day was publivbed, price lialf-arGiilnea m boards, or Twelve.Shdliiii>jbound in red, III one iHicIc and closely printed volume, tae size ot PccraVgc,. - - mOGRAPHIGAL Debreti s and -Ecarsley's the PRE. INDEX to __SKaN'T HOUSE of CORMIOi^S, cont-uniiig brief but c iioraty Member of the. Board of Aj;riculture; " " j.-.s- N ICTLALLlNG-OFFll E, lti.l->. r|^lir'T C()iiii)n.s:ioHi'r:i jor itctuallirrg Uk Ma JL- jcsl;/.1 .tttvydu iiei-fbyg-cve iSottccythat uHiS10ik!ia.y ii^.t(, lilt: uWit iiiittinf, l/iij Kill oa ready to ru \ IkulhUaU he made in Ihj Jlt:je^-tys li reuilwune at Dopljuid, foi- one yeiir from that day. . The CondUiotts of UieCoiiirad fimirl/e seen atlke Secretary's Ao regardtiill bb hndionny Tender in tehhiitkc I'ricf ihall flitl ieiiiserfHl inisvrdi at kngltt, or that i/iatl unt pe d^ltvurcd lo the. Iio(ird-be.fai'e Mc'u'CVtjc'fc �n.//i� aaiil iMontlay ^xt .the 30th rns/fm.(, nur unless Ihe.PchUn ishoniake* thf. iVnrfer, nr same l^eraon on Ills tiehal.J. alteittKf luamiaer ichiT-caiUd ior. . ^ . VtCTU'ALLiNG-OF�-ICE, June llf. TlTSllV.GoiiimimoHers for VictuallmgUis Mdjes-. A ty\ .Savy do beref/i/ giae Notice, Utr.l ';a Tlrtirsday the 'Jd 0/ J uly nv.il, Mr. JUeks, their ytgcnt at. i'orhmoiii/l mil be ready to vfcctve fenders tti toritini; (sealed vp) for nn-h q�an-tilifs oj Kll,\ DRIED l*i;",ASli, t/ln dc.iLrs Linrvin mny tnink prviitr io.ojjer; (g be dfltoarcd into f uUuuUini,' Moren til that Port in lite suace oj one muuh' jrom the date u) IhnX.onlruct ; and to beputd for by liilU jiiiy(it,U-^ Ktlli Interest, nincbuhiyaujler dale. J he condiliuris oj tic Conl,jrl mtni be, .letn at the Oj}:a of the ^gent f'lctuaVir rU I'ortiTnuUth litJorenHiiliuiiKU. At) ri'i^arriliiil 'j2 luiu tu any finite:m unir/i lite Price shall not be imerled m taords^at Lmrln, ur liuU shall nid be uehcercd In the Agent (tluresnid'bejore'l'uelro o'C!ucki.n thnfam 1 uurs-Jav, //(e drf J<\'i<.r w:      ..-ticed nnh! li !i�P. drvcsled oi all superfluous mitler, compressing Tutlier than copying what has been done by others-, and exhibiting a clear but concise view of the present itate Qftlie various blanches of human knowledge, has long been aniast desirable object to the English rciider. A iiictionary isjiroperly a work of retcrcacei and not of detail; J^nd those who w isii to become adepts in any one art if science, wii^'stirccly stiyly it from sDi Encyclopaidia exclusively. " , ; That a complete view of the attSAnd scwncps may h tfnded only to thiee thin volumes qui^rto; and that inaiiy excellent works of a sunilar kind, and.not ot a^'greatcr, extent have been published in foreign Cinintries. Ttie retrencliinent also of. many superfluous and useless articles, whuh have latterly found tboirway into books of this description, will evidently cause a considerable reduction in point pf size, -witboi^t in reuUty impairing the intrinsic value.and general utilitv of the work.   .    , Should, therefore, the e.xccutfon not (lisnppoint tlic !:op�t and expectations of those w'bo have proiccted the New- Die R. miONSEN's ClftNA 110>      V * Ni,' SHAVlNti OH., wnio'.i i-i-iid.jrs t:iat ^j.-v^!tjs evtremely easv, even to tae tc:idii-e'.st Face, iu-.a prjv ; la^ heatanu sniaitiaa; tnat u gcu;'raUv tolt luui .rj jU-,;! c\)i---plamed of atlti-snav!i)g ; itisnirl'l is H;-,co:nHH)i)I. ir.i^!^ i, and tne method ot usin;; It pn-i.-ctiy ci.'an ami exp d-;ii). , as eightoi- ten drops put into jjlaiis or can, aim  ca.r;l : it Lj a!:i'j an aJ.iiK-.i'jut cn.-iiiictn-, .-3 111 apeeuliar manner It nourishes the skin, and ;n a h.ile time wfU ollecttiauvropinve .any redness, pimples, black wornn, or scaly r-iiiganuj.  7�v and naw. and all 111 t'a.- ha'oit of travvbini, will dorive v ly prcat beiifhtand .satmf.H-U)ii from tne u^s ot t;;:s Oil. ii Ts nec;;I.-si? any larih. v to cimaierafu iti adinirabl.' propcrtifv, asavcrvshort ir;;il will coaviiice.the personsu.::n^'il ot i:s agreeable cikcaev. J o-'bi; had by appointnu-iit (oalyj at Atessr?. Irwin anil Chi.iUo!ni-s, i!au--cuacis, No. lo, ^.^dair-sti-ect, Adclphi, in boUUs at 'zs. ^.d. caca, w.t.i lull directions. ' FOR the TEETH AND GUMS. " "^11!-: ES.Sl'iNCl-V of PEARL and PEARL DENTIF'RICE, invented b-.- the late Jacob Hei-.iet, Dentist to Her Majesty and the Pnncc ot Wale.=, are grea ly .snp.'rior, botii in I'leirHnceami c�iic.-icv to any tliiiii; bitheitu marie use of: they will eflectmilh' preserve'tne Trt^lh m a scand state even tu old aije i will r.-ndcr them white and beantitul without the least nnpautiig the linamelH fasten suih as are loose, keep'such as are already decayed trom becoming v.er.se, prevent the 1 ooln-ach, perfectly cure the Scurvy in the t.nais, and make tlicni grow linn and close to the teotn. They l!ke� is;'render I'liebie.iiii at licatelv sweet, and remedy all those disorders tiir.tarethc coia.?qucnce of Scorb'jtic Gumsaiidb.'id'Iwth.    ' Inordcr to prcvei.t Ih? Impositions dailv practised bj- pcr^ sons rounterteiting the above-mentioned long-eitab1isiied fttedicmes, tne tollowinsr words art (bv pernusnon) engraved in the stamp, " J. HEMET, BAMkV and BLEW, COcKsPUH-slREET," and none are genuine but what havethoie wor.lircngraved in tneslamp, and also a Label with the words, B.wjlcv and Bl!:w, tocksp-.-.r^ireet, London," jJa.sted on the back 01 each bottle and bO c. Tlie iissence and IJentifnce are sold wholesale and retail bv B.1.Y1.CY and Blew, No. fi, Cocksput-street, price 'ii.M. each,stamps included: and retail by j. Scannan, (late Partnerand bueetssorto Mr. Hemet,) George-street, Uan-over-s^ware, London. N. B. Tne I'.sscnce is p.irticulnrly re commended to Parents and persons wiio have tho care ot Ciiirdren, as the greatest preservative of young .-uid tesider Tcetji, From the Honourable a�id Right Reverend the Lord Blsliop of (Carlisle, to Mr.. CHEiG, Apotheira-y, Cheap-side, Loudon^ Sir, 'uartVSilttr littiJtitiQu will b^ * Seciind, It wiUbeof u couvcnientaiid, e, 111 toui'.quarto volunus, und at a modeiute cxpNicc, uU the Ittemry aid vibicu the EngliSh-Staaent or reader c�ii,pu�isiWy�;q�iwv4       . u fliewori'win be ncativ prinfed.i" W.W.an^ 'legant bro. vl^r type, Ast*>pK-*sW rortblspurJ(r*,T>nsaDerflneyeMow wove paper; 'riwcopper-.platc� are cneruved ehuefly from: original(irawngs. bv, tlie &e4 Wlsta^ ai�l aiiy J�Ja va� l��!}luii ��� i�iioi||�ni*r� aKnd>)^�<^ ^^^'t'U'^ lerived very material hcneUtfrojn.tUc use of it. He had b, on ^   ..---.- --...aiiiiiig. the genUiiie"Medicine, sent me three- doses tif it;. The fiwt ot tlicse occaduueda visibleametidiniut, and after tb^ secbuit dose every unpleasant symptom disappeon-d, but f jtidj{ed it right to give tne third, ns tlic two fonuer bad agreedsauncom- . ino;dv well. J�"i-ont the time my Son bus been lir pert-cjt healtb, aud,! certuinly attrOinite his- cure wlwWy ta lii^itfih-eacy of thiv Worm l/Jzenges. I have since nicdmhicndod yOur Loxengos tu several instances, wherein I bave the.s^tis-faction tu asstth" yoiij " ' vice.' loujrhttO) duced by.them I -------- ulahA to have arisen from an obstruction betweea tne-^Mio- inacb niidtbe vlsrera,    I am. Sir, vour obcijlent Scntant*     -    . . RflWj GasUe, P�
                            

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