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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 22, 1806, London, Middlesex                                TUESDA Y, JULY 22, 1806. , .    VAUXIIALL. Under tJtS Palronage 6f l.is Uoyal Uigliness ^lic oJlORUOW j.;vi5NING, July :?\r PPaNCE will biilliaiit "Exhibition: of vniK-WORKSi, l>y Sigiior TVfortram.^-AdmisMon Js. be ,a GRAND GALA, and VIGTUALLING-Ol-FlCJi, July 15; 180S. -"yil^ Goinmmioners for yktiltUling His Met-' jestifa JVuvy do hcixhy give JSulice, lhal oh Friday,.   '    -     .    -     ' .... .     . � ill  tCiUt- nort havirtg been circiiUted that the UJd ix, raniluct the busincssdiumg �--------,..... ip, .--^-. tfty,,,itw|L|Wl)^'c (ireT<�jJccttuHy iiifontied that r.Ir.atid iVlK. Frog-gait (lrttcoflti�'Uwt ha�eWo c paid for by Itnhpuyiible, aitn Inldruit, niiiil'ij ilnyxiij'icr ilal';. " Trie Coitdiliuns uj't/te Coitlrticl innii be ^uck titt/ic SciTetari/s A o regard tcill Oe lutd lo any IViider in luhich Ihv Price sJiiill not be inserted m ivoriJs iil lciii(l.>i, or Ihitt-shaU nut he ddwered fo the Hoard bejnre One o'ylocf: on the siiid i'riday   tin^k.-riclipnctiilcd lor. JLvJL be dr.iwn by the present Stjitc Lottery, and will .is-snredly b� the iasrt hotlery^if'thiSjnature, for the disposal of V�oiks of Art; and as n� opportunity ra" possiljlv orcur agaiiij of obtaining the splendid.iiid beautiful Public iticins �which compose the Pnacs in fhis Lottorv, no time sKould be lost IB the purchas" ot Tickt't�, as it is now elcarlv nsrcr-tiiiH-a, that in a, few wecKs not a Ticket will bo to be had. Tirkf'tsnt present Tbree Guineas gach.  Schemes srati*!. ''SDER-tKis name it has for somiv timo .past 'b,enincontcmpl.tionfo institute a SDC.tts, and the T rpubhVr.i.rrvetorb^'n:^^^ ol the plan intended by tljis Society : His J.xceJkncy Chtvaher J>L RLiI \LSLN. ^'ILLlAWf LYMAN, I sq. Ainericaii I on".!!!. l be inserted in tcords at tcnpUi, orttuil shall not be deUrcrcd to the Hoard before One o'clock- on t,i<: said W ednesdav nc.ct, the'-iid tnslnnt, nor unless the I'rrson ic:ii) mal:es the lender, or some Person-on ius behalf, attends, to anncer tchun cont'd for.  VlCTUALl.lNCr OFFICE, JuIvJ/r" "^IlE CommisswiiLtrs Jor I iclitalUinr Ihn Majesty's j\ary do hcrchij giro l\olieu, Ihut on Tue:jd;iji', t!ia ^Mh instant, Mr. Uceks, t.'ic'.r Af^eni at Porls-.hoia'n, Kill be rendu to recciue Tiiidi:r.-  Pl:.Asii,- Os iha'tcrs therein, may llniikpra^icr lo oji'c; to be tieUvered lu'.o t/ie yictiinllii:/; hlores at lliul Port in the spare o/ ()n(i jH:)nth Jroin tliiuah-.of the Contract, and to be paid Jor by liUts payable,icitn Inlereil ,-Uineliiduiis itjlnr date. 1 he Comhlium of llie Contract uia :l!ilcd with 2-2ai-i:eBi>fineii(I()iv. lOnquire of .Ui-oJrs. Hniy^ Gre.it Ru5sc!l-!i(reeti lUoonislmry: orofl\lr. Killick, Upholsterer, (Jiiil.lford-. � ^ DliSUANT to a Decre6 of the High Court of Chanci-ry, bearing date the 10th day of I'Vbruary, lbO>,inade in two certain tyiiuses ther.- deniMiihng, in the lir-st of which JULIANA ISABELLA P.UC 1\ M-NiirER and othei'3 are Plaiiitilf-!, and WILLIAM DUVKLKY and otheriarc,�cteni!ant-!, -.'.ic Civ.lit.)i-.i oi .Sdinnel Uuckmaster thi'cldt-r, and Saniuel lluckmasfcr tho younger, and-John Ksck'raastfei'tbsfather ot the sai I Sanitttd Hnckmastcr tin; yaunger,all toriBorlyof L:imbeth iuriMoe, In f'ls (;ounty of SuiTy, and late of Windaor CivsQe Plantation lu the Island 'nrrir��nnic!V',' K s,.a�>a iil|jlceea^i;d.'arc aa'bufore the .'list day of IJecember, J1803, to eonie in -and prove their debts lu"li>rir Saraml Coiupton Cox, l,s(iurre, one of the Mastei-aiof the saitf Conr( at Clntmbfr-i m soulhamptoii iiiuldiugs, (>hanrory-lme^, JjOimUiii, or 111 del.iult thereof Uicy wiR be pereniptorilv e vein Jed llu: beiletit ot thi' 5:nd Dc.crcc. J. ELLLri, Solicitorj.Jamt's-strertj I'm'kiiiijhani Giife. IMPEllIJL FARLmiENT. lillJ llcv. VVil.LlAM EAIIGLAY'S PA- TENT AXTIRILIOUS PILLS, The>teTClusive. ale of this valiianle niedicuie being niiw vested solely iiith:> Rev. 'William i5iiiv!;iv,and those .-rppdlnted by hiin, the tur-th�r sale of the l'ill� is, 111 coiiscquejice, entirely discontinned at I he, J'dabor.itory, No. Redtord-street, (;ovent-j;;irdeii, and is now established at tha Rev. William Bavclay � are-lioiise, Leicestcr-siiuai-e ; wlicre the public may be as-^nied of hnvuv!; them in llu-ir jr.ire.iiid s;n�uiiie =tute. ftir. Riclvard Rutler, Iso.'l, (;heapsiil(>, Ixmiis,^ appoiiitcrt sole. AV liolf � A.;c!�t, all wlii)les;ile order.-, l>oth 111 towji and raiintrv, requested to lie addressed to him, \vi�) will niak " - ' t -   �- ^. , ire lUe ! r;idc Esq. LccatioD. : - Charles .CHALWERS GEORGE COWIE, Esu. If. P. ENGSTROM, Esq. Rev, 1,. MERClEHj Minister of the Frenrh London Church. . Rev. U. F. ROStNG, Chaplain to the Danish Lesation. GEORGE HAjroEMANi Esti. Rev. E. SCHAYABEv MiQister of the German Lutheran Church, Goodmaifs h iclds.      . . Rev. G. SEtiELilS!;?!, Minister of tUf German Reformtd Cliureh, SavoV*: - f. . IfENRYSilFFKEN, Esq.        .  r CHRISTOPHER SUNDIGS, JG^ii.. EDWARD SAVAINE, Esq. Rev. J. V. UliELE, Minislt;r of tiwsjianoverian Lutheran Church, Suital Fields.    '.. ' . * Rev. J. WERNINGK, Minister of tlie Dutch Ghnrfh. 3dly, That .a. General Hcetinjifi.of this Society be held at the London Tavern, on qiiursday'the31st..!uly next, at'twelve o'clock, to-whom the Address will be submitted, aiid wlicre the atteudarice of every Gentleman dftpo^e J tq promote this chcnilTof I'liilantiirojjy.isearnestly requested. �      /.ii * 'riiat the Thanks ot the pi-esent Mee^Uli^ bv.givpa to llis I'AC'dleney Clicv'alicr de Rchauson, for his p6ltlc and - attciiiivc conduct in:tUc Clia'ir. , (fsfgned).   ..." GOTIIARD MAURitj^; BE R.EIIAUSEN,' Chairman. Tender, or catted lor. � _ - ^ VlCrUALLl.Nii-OFFH;E, July 17, iHO.i. ^W^IIK CoinmiSiioiiers Jor ricliialliiif^ Ills Mil-_Bu jcsly'sNavy do hereby i^ice iSUice,- that on Friday, the 'ioUi-instant, they mil l/t ready to rer.eire Tenders iuwrilinf; (sealed up), and treat for THREE ilUNlJREO 'I'O.NSof lUUSCOVADO SU�.\R, i> ot MIJSCUVAUU ouu'iLit, 10 �pies to b': proditCA'd with the Tenders; / orisinal packaqes ; Two Hundred I'on Deptfonf, Fifty 1011s iirto thoie at P� Tons into those at Plyjiiouth, in /Ac ;,.,^,.      ,^ ... , t/ian Ticenty ntr more than Thirti) Tons per li'bek, from Ih date oj the Contract; ard to be. paid Jor by Uills payable, tcuh Interest, ninetii days after date. . > ThcCanditiunsofthc Contract may be seen at the Sccrcta-qOicv or some Person on his bciuilj, attends, toansicertthen called for. To the NOElLlTY.iind GENTRY.-A ijiosf wholesome and cooling Beverage. IIITE and BROWN SPRUCE BEER, in tlie higbcStpcrfeti^tlon, and far siiperibr to any article of tlie kind ever nin,  atteimatjing and stimulating poj\eis of wcjl bi*?weJ Smlice. It is a very cxccljent spisci-iic'lor-lheScurvyaiid'Dile,-^nd-should he drank-atthis sca-EOi; vtf tne year at dinner. The \\ bite Spruce of a most beau-tihtl colour and flavour, most- equal to Champaign, is sold . atlvs; anil fine-Brown atlis. pey dozen, for rcaUy money, lioltlisto be paid for and .the the^oney retarbed w.hcn di'livtred bauk.. Letters.(post j)aid),iromediately. attended to.. 1 he Proprietors assurtTtlie Public that the utmost at-� teiAion IS paia� by-them tbrougb the wbblc proccss^so ^ as-to cmnpletely depurate It uf^cv^ery gross particiCv'Aud to. make It A^quallv snlij^nousand palaiahle ti^tlie mDSi'delicute tuste. lilt' Whitei Spruce'm aartircul.nf they respfictfully re quiility who arc pecu-. liarly cho�ce iDiilieh" beverage*' It; is requcstcfl that;when ordoi's are sentfriiftirthc country, directions ihay be given for thomcney to b(i^]paidoi3"theaetivcry-of the Spruce at the N,.B, FLwDantaic; Spruce for-Jiiwardbruiscs and TO *Ny^l,lDS; AMD THE I^PIRIW.     , rpl^O^E w6p.hktB.l|�6 ifiIsfji>)ctune,^by,Siickne& X bpXb&rmityrfffhe5:i>nfincd'lofjjelfftcSsJaiid'frompala. ort\'�aknes�viire aniUiil^tvnJiiWe iheniselVesveU �aiJurel�ef,9SSiStanctf,andBapi�>rt.hytte lUKjof POCO^'" "   '    '------'""ittftitj i*as- ^t'greaitf V ICIUA LH:Sti OFl'lCli, July i.'-.i, ioOt). f^W^ilV. Comimssiuiicris for icttiaUin^ Ihs Mtt. Jr. jesttj's Piavy do hereby give hotice, that on ^\edncsday next, tlie'IM instant, thcj utU be ready to receive 'Tenders in tcriliiii; -(seaJcd up), and tfi-.at. for o.ne thousand, sacks of IJISCinr stuff md-de from whole fllcal, to hc-deliiiered in. a lortni^ht,. by iceekly .proportions, into Jli.i Majesty s Kietuallim^ ittores at Dsptjord ; and to be paidjorby BM-j pmni'e,.ictthijiterest, ninety days after iltftc. The Conditions oJ the Cuiilraci may be seen at the Secretary's OJ/ice. ISo rv^ardinllbelipdio aiiij Tender m which the Price shall not be inserted in ivurds at teugth, or thai shallAot be dcttuirtd to the Hoard before. One a'Clocjc on ilie'snid Wednesday next, thelidinslcint, nor unless the person who malces the Tender, ur � someperso^ onhtsbchalj, attends, lo an:iwcr.n'iicn catieri for. ALLE^' nth July,. JSO lltE DIRECtOllS of the ALBION FIRE and LI I L INS a R VN Ci. C OiVlP AN V ti u t that the ALHiQif I IRE & ^^ji;g]^7]{)^*^^" th  t^"leyated ra ^ircjoitWQce;^ du-ivttolik):cc*very.x Mav he-" ^'* Coucueg, \ I'ouses.No , Particivaxs t'aa^^-ySiie^y^ ca|v y^pi Oioy>')aChJilr�^Sofas arrangements adopted by this' listablishinent, both witli rc-sprect to Insurances from 1' ire andon Lives^ will be fpund; lu a Wgh'(legree to deserve tlie public consideration.     � Prinletl Proposals are ideliyercd, free of ex pence,,nt (he Office; by.wliich it ivill appiJar, among other advantages, tbatno chafge IS made tor i'oUces, oi; Indordements; that a lurge qud unprecedented Commission is allowed on,Lite Insurance; thftt Lifi' lnsUrunc�'s areiiot attended with' admission fees, nor with any responsibility, tha part ot the person msnrip^-, to-make good the losses of others^ and thata deduction is made on the PrcraliiHBsof-I'ircinsutanQcs OUT of Lpndam eflfected at ,lhe Company's principal Office, of nole�st(iah one-fourth for single years, and of Dearly oue< half lV-8e^'�n years;' Fii-e Insui;aiiceB,on PropOrty.in^the.W.est Iijdia andXondon Ddckb are iibdertal^fj) generalf)r� ,-U Tbccp Shillings, per Cent.per ATihara^ iflocfllized/atTn'oiMiiUin^      Cent..: per Ammm; a'ndJtsultablePrortiiiimsfpr'shortperiods. ^ ,C '    �'Atleildaiti'e, daily, from nine tofbttr., By Orjerot tlie Hoard, WAftNgR PillPUS^Secretary SURRi, UAMPWiiRiv, ken'J,",'6r btUH^unJ-'- -yrrANTEc to\mm op BUY, ,a LARGE he nsu-.il allowance. None are genuine but tuose UiU a Black Stamp, v.ith the name, "Tlie Rev-. W . Jiarchiv,' engraved tlieri.'oii. w     - T. A. PIflPI'S, Ag.^iUto the Proprietois, r.edtoril-Htivet,-Coyent-garden. BRiriSH CiltCUL.VTlNG LIBRARY, 21, f ocks-inir-strcet, Cliai'iiig-Cross.-^"pnO this Library i.s added as soon us publislied, _B_  every new and" v;iluable publicalion, and ij, sniiicient number ot Copies, by ivJiich is obviated the general com--plaint of proc-Hj-mji; the new- Publications.   Among many otiiers added to.th)? Library are,C;aiT\ Irel.iiid, and his other works; Barrow s l^iinia,'and Coehiii China; iVIemoirs ot Cuint)inland ; Haviev s Supplement to his Lite <)t (jowper; Lvsoh'b Magna iinf.unua; Austin's Ciiironomia; iMcmoirs ot George Morland ; looke'.s Divci'sioivs of Purlcy, !i vols.; Memoirj d'un V ovagcur,qui se Repose; Memoirs of Mrs. (;roucli; Forb;-s's Letterstrom trance ; Mcmom; of a Traveller now yn retirement'; J'lnkertoii's Recollections of Pans ; Pinchard's Notes on the W?st Indies ; Secret Iliutory of St. Cloud; Lcmaistre's Travels in Friiuce, ike; MeiiKurs of i\Iarmonti-l; Mangount's Voyage en Ilanovro j Female Ro-voliUioiiary Plutarch ; Kotzebue's Travels m Italy; Memo ires de Louis XI*/; Tei, >d. price Js. .bound, tlic ijisth Edition of ^I^IIE ACAOnMlCSPKAtvKR ; or, .1 Seltction JL ofParli:n!ipntitry IJebutes, Orations, Odes, Scenes, and Speeches, fi-am tne-best writers, proper to be rrad and recited by youth, at scaool. .To.h Inch are preCved IJcineiitj of Gcit'ure, or plain ,and easy Directioiis for keeping the body in a gricetul position, ;iud acqilirnig a simple and ui;-aflected styleol aVflon, expl.iinedand ilhulrated by platt-s ! , -   ^ By =J(W.\ WAL.KEi{v ' : , ... � ; X'nnted.for J. Johnson, St. Piiiil s Church-yar-.l ;and W il-Icieand J. Roi>iiison,o/, Oworge Rybiiis.iii, .iy, l*.'itcr>i�iler-row;' 1', CadcUi-and Davics m the Stand, W.iier." muv be bad, i'.lr. VViillter's PruMOiiiicing  \V llond-strcct. _...... Frftmthe'lionourablcnndJIight llevercndthe Lord Bibhop of CARUSH,,-to '. side, :L*n4on. Sir, Mr. Gl'IING, Apothecary , Chcap- IRTSADtLY embrace thp opportunity your tQt-ler'alfrtrdimc,' of'adding my tcstimopy to thatiOf the LORDrtnUEF BAROJ^, in favour of your CFHNG's , Worm Medtc)0o;;�y eldest 1>�n having a fe>v ponths ago dfe^JVBd Vfei'y,fiiatfeif�J bcjie|tfio,� Aeuseof it^ Hehadb^-eij -mnitm fevioust-to' his taking jt;'app'ifuVe"d i!hc�fltfli,'on{l I certiMt 'chox^j^tho ^yoyirf .yourL9?�fi4P1 >H s^y raelion 'dU<*"i h? 'weftr&^Jtif J/o'uf ioawigfes Pwin^'that" sPlihyfrJSttta^extKWr.iKiohtalniiHj'* In ciilfgiitj to sell at l.';s.  The twcijtv-tifth copy will be al-lo^Ved on orders'for tweiitv-tive coplvB.' Mr; Phillips has also jiist published,  .       -   , Mr. Carr's Strang<;r iji lielaml. - s. The.Wlia Irish Girl. Mi^moiTS of a Traveller now at rest. f-Thd 5ih editiwi of TheW intcMU:London. The '2d edition of The Npvice of St; Domimc. Mrs. Hnbhistrii^: Poetical Works.     ,   ' . Tl n a j A-nev/lid\t]tt^^yi3wy's Musicii'l Diatioiiary. ' TRe iJtli parfiof Drc (Sregor/s.CyclopeUja. - AjptoUi's-CquiplclKi EjittcRi ofrJunitis. t Jhc Theory of Draiuatijp Jltepn.>sc�tation by Mr. Siddons, '� �Virith-slltlyplates;  j The Biography oCUicpresen^House of Commons, ..  A new edition "ot The Picture !Jff:Lp�doii,, 1 The Third  Voliu^e. of JVIqfei>4'iiud' Coutcinporary Voyages,  /         1     -' ateriqgPlsu".e.s.:'. Bri(lge.strect, BWckfriai'?. July �, ISOj).      . KOTZEliUE's TB(AJ':Bt5j IjN'-.ITAL ThjB 4ay are publishn), ip four closely printed volumes, t 8Mdl�ctu*�,''uiilfohn ivith the other' i'rivels of* fue same 4�Wior,,pi>ite^0i,. itt bi>,irdf.,-.npR^Vi'M-tlitpugb 1T4LY, frpm I/.vonia l. 'JL/.jthrqiighTyroi'ftud iJleVthv*ltigh Rbiiiesv BoKi , f iijipeifR>l-itl*ifl^uring*he ilbse �tUe y�ai>^ Wlwtmfe hitf cute 7�?ht)U/��^tW Ptti- II0T:SE of LOaDS, Jfttr 91. In the Appe.il Cause, Rennic V. TodJ, thedecisicncf (he Court of Jubticc'was-revericd, comSiis.siox. ., - The R0y.1l .t'sscntwii- nutifiedbv Commiisinn to a number (i�f public and private Ijilh. Ainon?, tlic furmt-r were, ilie Sugar liimuiy, the, Irish jlt't.'jnue, a:'id the We^t India intercourse Bills, ifLcdc. Soine nriv.ite IJill, -.yere brought .ip from Ih.-; ComraprJ,. and n-ad a first time. TJie lloii^e tiicn pr.>ce?ded lo re.id the BIH? o;i tii^* Table, the Lilitcry Hill, the iJov.'ii lamilv .Mrniii'.y iiili. o:r. Ac. Vlurn were ri-ad a IhirJ, linifi ar.d pa--s.?d: L'lii.r i:ie third iL-adiiij;'of thu MILITIA Bin,, Lord RADNOll rose to oppose it, as unjust: atul degrading to the Militia.-ludiwd it seemed Ur I)c the fashion with both side.?: oi thu House to let t}o w� that respectable.and meritonoue hvstitittion. He should cVcn    so far�>-to "say, that Government had been guilty of a breach of faith towardi them : and not only that, bat they day after day proceeded to rob them of thuir best privileges; they degraded them from their rank, they deprired theiu ot their due pay, they olficered them by meu without proper qualiiications: m fine, they added \ insult to Mijnstice. His feelings on the occasion (for he felt deeply interested in every thing that , artiicttd the Militia) prompted him to  make it; known HI the strongest language,^in expressing it; in the fullest latitude that Parliamenfary freedo!;�, would allow.   .Under such an impression, he could not assent to thfr present Uiil : bnt move, that it betaken into consideration thi.s aav three weeks. LnrdWRSTAIOliLAND followed 0:1 the saniB side, and expressed nearly the same opinion, lie more particularly insisu'd on the liardships to which the Dm wauldsubiuit the Volunteer Olliccr.';, wiio v/ould be compelled in case of emergency xo serve under OlTicors of inferior rank. He regref- ' teltliat he liatl not taken occasion to c.tpress his sentiments upon these meniures, when a Bill oi somewhat a sin;ilar nature was before the Hon?;-, and which had been permitted tj go through us dilleront.stages without a.single observation. Loid GRENVlLLi: obserted^, t'Kit if he felt that any of the objections non-urged aganist thr> Bill were laiily imputable to it, he should be among the first to resist it.   No man could have a higher respect for the Militia than-ha entertained ; and that very respect induced him to believe tha' the Oflicefs of the Mililia never looked for increase of pay, or would ever put in the same claim to increase of pay, to Mhich the Oificers of the Regular Service might on various accounts be entitled.   The Oilicers of the Militiii v.-ere generally men of easy fortune, and military service was to them only accidental.   Not sawich the Oflicers of the Line.   They entcred.the service as a profession for life, to which they whoHy devoted themselves, and whidi e.'^pcscd them often to greater c.vpence than they, miijhi: otherwise hive been liable to.- Lord ELDOX objected to the Bill, as containing matter which luid no reference whatever to its title; It contained provisions rospcctini; i!ic S o-luntecis and the'Irish Mihna, vet the title ex, presisly hmileil the Iiili to the ALlitia of Enyldud and Scotland,       - .- Lord MOluA took np the same ground as Lord Giii-.xviLi.E'. A; to the title of tJie Bill, he coirFd not help looking upon the N�blc and Learned Lord's objections as.of a mhiutc and trilling nature, which might easiiyhavebeen got over. The objection rcipecting the volunteers serving under Olficers of mlerior rank might beaiuswered by observing.that, during the American war, certain- provincial rej>. nients had been raisetl by the Conunander in Cliii'f, who. distingnishcil themselves very much lu the course of that war; yet when they csime to take the field tlic Colonels of these Corps acted uii-tler the Majors of the line, and nevertheless the--could boast of no small degree of military discipline and experience. Inilecd he should think it l;;r more desirable for the volunteers themselves to have to act m the inoment of danger undi'i .Oilicers of experience, than to have their zed and courage eommittcd to (he cKrection of nuni, wlio, whatever-^tlllMr qualificatituis i"n other v;--spects mightbe/'to'ii|dnQtnot be supposed to [lo.-.-sess that particulat- knowledge aadt facility which ' are required, qji;sucli occasions. - As to the Noblo Earl (\Vestmprhiifa)laniC5Ui!ig that be had- ailo-.v, ed abother l^illjto-pass ^ the Housic nnoh- Jcctcdto^ he shotiidoiiJr observe, thatthe Noble !'"a! t might have spared that lamentuuo.n ; for both lus and the Noblela)J:- ' Loids FjLTZWJUilAM and SPi^^NCHl fi't the greatest rcspectJ^ild tittachmfent for the .\=:!iri;i, yet they were rehdylo support the present lmH. convinced it had no tendeiij::^: to <}ispiy: ^u theu' scrvicesi ,�        : . .j � Lord ILvuBAVicKEj LoTcl CAMDEiT, aniJ the Dakc of Ruti.4:m> 'gdve"- thcr highest tesrimott;;^ in f.i^ OvIf of the MilVtin, 'an4 could - tiot brirt th^mselvr..^ t  -believe that the. flrcspnt       imrst not be uiitik s�nttothcii'*fcemigs.     '     " - - "    -.^u The LOUD CajANCELi;.Oll^ot�em�,t! vafftul aiid mimitepTdii�tofi^6Ft6c~iJtlhT^^       , ^Llt l)fc ombraccd'iirrtlie,'^!^ �or Sid' i^^Mffki^io^l' | an^toro^Wyrsudifields-r .-i^" S^^' '/^ 1 �Majority 8f8i;ut ic        ^ i   

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