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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 3, 1806, London, Middlesex                                T theatrk royat-, drury-lane.     < lO-MOUROVV EVENING vill be acted the ^"�"''^"Wk jealous wife.        ' Clwrles, Mr. tSartlcv; Mrs.o.iIil^i l*li?s Duntan. Vitb The l^orty TlHi-VtS: ;     f.t.- di>iii- mo justice, by'thi" credit you l;a,vi; f;iv�ii to my proffssioiis, I most cariicsily ciitreat you to dojuslit-c to yourM-lvivs by ir.kiiitaiiiini^your gcnfVouS dcdafatioiis ivith every cxri-tiwilhat �eail give tliem effect. .     ^     ^ � , � ,', � � 1 hivt-�?!C honrtiir to be, Gpiitlrmpti, Your it)lii;cd and fiiithtul sTHTvant, ygrthanibfflan.rjIou?�', Srpt.     ISO'.j.     � M'ERCY., . SHAWi IMAYOil.      � . A CCrArrtdn Counfil holdeii iiitli.- Chanib?r of the Guildh.-iU of thif City  ES0rA*"ED�nanJKVcMiKly, Thatlhe TlianUs of, this Court be giveii to Major-Ot'iuTal lit^rcsCyrd, and ducitiiKi tUc vwv hu;�j}j^|jjllj.^y^ Vers rci�dCT), uad-vfVWl'M. UIUED'AAIBER AIAI/iy /"o h^iai'd :'xievied,' a? tliii'ri:^nc(iiie DcaUis theniit-7na,i Ihii.kpririfci lu oJJ'er; to.br amiiernliletii Uteriijlcstn be i.':v dill),of Cuniract; free of al(i-/,ari;e iind fi^Jc io JIU Mm-ji'sli), hill) Hill Mitjiyitfa t'iriuiiUin^'siiirei at I'lytiwuthaud Sotit/itlon-n ; xtnd li/ be paid fur bj iiiUn payable, v-iUi III'-teii'Sl, iiimtii diiyr: ujterdali. Tlic CuiidUimis ofl/it^ Ciititrarls iticif he seen al the OJJicc oft(icA>i;e>ttnctuiUkrail'tjm'Jiit/iafure^aid. j^o rcgartl kUI he had la iini) 'J'tnder in whink the price.ihtilt lutl i/e inscrlf.d in n-ordft at ii.ui;lh, or that shall itol be dc-I'l'creil to Mr. Ivliller, btfore One oH.'.-uvk vn-the said da],i vfTmdr.r, nur iifi'eis'the. prrsuii ivhoi>tn!cci the 7'emlrr, or some, P,:r.ion on hix behalf, altcmlt lt> Hiisu'er iehen'falhd fur.' � XAYY-PFFICE, Sept'iU, ISOJi THE priiicipnl C^Vderif ami Comiitissioncis of iJis MajiUfi) Sail}! do hercbijgivc .\vt!ve, tluit un j'hiirs:' 'day the. V'th'of Octob.iir nuxt, itt Tb-u o'ClvCi: in-ttc Afi<.i.riu<.n, J ilwy Kill ptitiip to Sale, (it l/i�ir tJJfki-in.'Su'mei'set i'liKe,ilcj; .i - �ShaKiiijs.s,' , Canvas, Jleinp, Kubbi.ch, rindToppels, Oil l-ipi'^'i Tar Uarrels';, liotany Bay Woud, ijic. ?i<.\ Sic. .� ,      Ijiii^: in !-iii''jliiJii.^:./'ii i'liid rU '.y'uolKich. .. :'yll!.rt:~Hil,\ Kcih aquantibjof "Lii.JXL'M' \ IT^'/i'.i of fioiii b'i ii.ciics to �7 incbi'i; Hianicter. A J-'onii of the Tender, v.ay'l'e Kzn at ihh OW.ec.   �      . , Ao 'J'e.nd&r xi-ill be rccJLcd cifh'.v Twelve o'Ciody on ihc Jrv of Treat;;, vor ahy notiacc', uzifa'i the liartu, ur en n'gmtfo'r him, alt^ndn. ,      �    .   ' . , �     '     '"'iSAV. l.;pFFIOE, Oct. Ciajj; '^ilVj i^rivcfpol Ojficrr.^ (i:id Cci::m7.^:'.z'o7icn of , .Hin Miijcsli/s .Nciv:/ do kcrc'ji/ I'iL'': fiutiee, t.'iul. on Thufaday> rw(^Y.-\ Fe,r furtiier particulars apply by letlcr, post i)aid. xoXw. ,T�PJl E LIT E R A R Y AN I) FASH ION A V. L E %V O R LD. Ou the 1st of NovcmbiT, IHO'i,. will he published the first Nmnbcr of a GlassicaJ and (Jnelnal Work, to be entitled IK iJKAU MONDK) (jr, LITERARY and J FASHJONA BLEMAGA/INL. This Elegant Fub* lie itinn wiUbc conducted tn a striking, Liberal,and Com-nreUrnsive I'lan, and will treat i>f all the moM Intrre^tiiii; SuUjrcW in lllOfi LiFJ: and LITERATURE, so as to prtient a.spirited, butarroirate, l�ictutvbf the general Cha-ructi'rii, MauHcri, Art;, AMUSemejil* aiid Studies of the af^t. it will be pnblished on the Fif-t 'Day of Novi-jnbcr, and -continnrd on the Ftrat J)ay wf cyX, will take place on TUESDAY next, the 7lh of Ociobcir inttarit, at eine o'clock in tlie forenoon precisely, iu froat 4)f the Parish ehurch of St. Paul, Covrnt-tianlfii." ' ARTHtJil MORRIS, High BaiULV.   Sotithainptoii-sttect, Oct.'id, IfeQg. ^^ISTRESS'iX-GlERMANY..:     ^��:-N� SDBDAY next, Oetbter 5th, iSOjS, t\y6 SERMOM S-n'iU he prt-acbetl, at*tli'fey Cliar-cl, Price 'is. Gd. cacii :Vi'inber. 'Jhiii VVork wiircvntainptirtieolarly jrtportantand iutcrc?* ing'Artides under all the subsequent heads: 1. i'ortraitsof lUnsttiQOs MeB, with authentic Biosraphi-cal Sketches.-','. Original Communkatldhs.-3. Viflw of Literature.-1, Historv.-5.-Tfce Stateof Society mud Man- Under ail the aVivvc va.riOBS and strikloj; hrad$, will be insetted the r.ioft iiiiiTo-tiiii;, instrwttvej intport*�ti aird origi-nal articles, which yi'\\t Ge wrilteu by itteo of'�^cftef abi-litiri; thrvrefure this. N'cw and Elcg.int PubUtitfoainujt b� inaispeti-.ible for eveij- Literary tSrfPashtoftable Garttirw, njaii.  " ' � ' .    ,     .  f;isi�n. �^* Sei^ice trt cofflmerice. In tbc morning at half past ten, and in the evcniiigatsix o'cjtKk. . � , ^-�, BADHAM'S LECTURES on AliCDF- __CINE.and CHEMISTRY, will "be commenced on i'ridaviiext, "tlie 10th orOctobrr,at S o'clock in the ihorn-iiiLSat No". 15, Clitlbrd^street, Iiurlinj:ti>n-tiardens. "10 be SOLD, a PERPETUAL A I)V0WS0.\, of the yearly value of FIVEHUNDREb POUNUSi tlie present Incumbent is Ha years of ase. liitiuircnf Messrs. Clark6.on,:j.'i,.Esse>i-street. "^^ " UNION CLUB, Si;pt. \m. ' /GEORGE RAGGETT has the honfuir to iLir acquaint the Members, he has taken for their aecoiti-niodation, that ELEGAKT M.VNSION, the late Duke of LEEDS's, in St. James's-square, where he purposes carry-inj? cn the Club on a permanent foundation. 11 AGOE^Talso informs the Subscribers that the. necessary slteratioiis and improvements of the House are in a state of forwardness, and that he is fitting it up in the first st;,le of elegance, which will very 6i)on be ready for the busiilciis of tnc'Clijb. � � � ,' , "   .   ' . ; -'    LITERARY EMPLOYMENT and PRINTING. WANTED, at Christmas next, a person pro-tjeriv qualified to isUPERINTENb the pnbliation of a WEEKLY NE>YSPAPER, ill the North of Ensland. , Also, a JOURNEYMAN PRINTER, capable of M;i-naRing the PrifitjV'g *hc said Paper, and the general coa-ceiiisofa Prliitiui^Oflice. Li>fti'rs'(p'8st paid), with r^eferences as to qualification and n-;or it conduct, aby provinj^ the World tliiit the boasted Prowess of the French Arias 0; lot stand, wlicutiiirly tri-'d, before the intrepid br.ivery, n itcady disi^ipllne, of llrjlLs'i Snldiere. ' ResMved uhanimousiS', That tlic Freedom of tlii- City, r rM)Hs HiTvicei!. woo�a !'fT irt^]-. adequate Annuity liitcrmfor the same. As also mojiey will fee, {idMUved to those' of kiiowu proiJcrty, on tlieir pcisoniii {>elAl�-lty>  ^^'5^^iHjB�} �pipli#A^nr an* daily received by Mes?r?. Tircas , nntlGo. at N�. Jiiinrti-ftrcet, Adctplil, Strand; acd Ifcvlek �? Vl^oiitpaid) anW^-TeJ-W'ttl^nit d  .STAT^X0TTER"V:' (�wnraencrs Drawing on the l;?th  J6f the pjrfes^pi Mouth, (October), being the only Lottery to be drawn this ye{ir� and no other will be decided by the �.iamc     iv. � .. . The Scheme contains, .   3- Prizesof �    '   Li,'20,000 3..w.:......^...:.______....10,003' 3i......................... 5^000 fifc.  &C.  ^-c. Thelowest Prizes arc Iwenty f Pounds, and no fivcd Ca-oital, except the First Drawn Ticket, entitled to TT.N 4'HOUSAND POUNDS.-Ticketi and Hhaits are on RlCbARDSON-, GOODl.UCIv and Co. � Stock-Brokers, Cornhill, and Charinc l.roi-s. SWIFT and CO. POULTRY aiid CHARTNG-CRGSS. npiCKETS and SHARES of the State Loltery, ' jL in brgtn Drawing the 13th of ne?;t ftiontli, are selling by SWIFT and Coi at their Licensed Oihces, >o. IJ, Ponltrv, festablishedui l/.o9) and N-o. 12, Chaniv: Cros.s,  ni of ths Cityi ;ind a Swtint of Ihf \fali)e of two flundreri Girineas, lie ptj..^ iKcd Io j/ifHtcaaiit-Gencral Sir liAvia JB-iL;^!, .\. IS. a: a. testimony of he hi.thestceni which t^is Court erilcrfains of ft^.^'-verv merino n');...-; Servieek. V/COOTilO'ftPE. MS,\iiT, iit--iirtit iVIac�hall Of.. tiia.C/#a � Demer.u-y, du!v aylbRflsed by the '�H'oiio>ariie Court in Justice, adverties ff/rthe first tifne; thVi;rFfH%'iei expiration of oae y'ar and six weeks, rerko.itr; froti thi- Itith d:iv. of Decenibt-r, !Ho5, hi- will evpo�<; .Mariitall Hale, in lifhalf of B. de Jinnnevin, aiuUiiep'i. Craie.er, .C-^tcculOrs to the last Will. and Teslafticat of. L. Lal'imar), deceased, versus Fr.inces Frith, widow, and litiefieliioldor of John .MaCkay, dee.;-ased, Tho COFFEE PLANTATION called ROURDEAUX,: ;-itu;U.';d in the River Demcn.ry, ?iiaiiel No. I, with all the hiiil;iin;5S, Slaves, and Appurten inces theivto belonging, tlie* pv:;p;'rtv of the said Frances Fritli,' and whereof an Inveii-tori is daily to-be seen at tae Couiitinff-house of Measrs. Roa;;emont and Bchrends, ^o. 11, Uriiad-strect IJuilliii^.i, Londiiii,andof Messrs. Fraissinetaiid Scharll, I\\,  oiOMiC. VRLo   iiid -fi.   SYDERIA.   A Ronrance in Futurity. By AI. GRAN VILLI'. Thro' what new scenes, what changes must we pns.i; Tiie .wiac,th unbounded prospect lies beiijve me. Cato. Also just piibltshcd, in 4 large vols. 12mo. price Iris, in board--, The SARACEN, or M.Vi'lLDA and MELEK. ADHEL, a Crusade Romance. By the celebrated M.id.COTTIN'. London: printed for R. Duttoii, lo, Giaccchurch-ftrcct. "   ~*"     Mrs. KENDALL'S NEW NOV EL.       ~ This Day is published in 1 hrce Volumes, I-2imi. price l'?s. in boards. ORl LVND MANOR; or, WHO IS THE^i ___IfElR .' IVY'�irs. IvEiNDALL, Author of Derwent Priory; Caslla . oil the RocRj^c. &c.      - Printed for Longmau, Hurstj Uecs, and Orine, Paternos-' tcr-riiw. Of v.'liom hiay be Jiad,.just published, in two voliiiiiej 12mo. price tis; ui boards, MADAME DEMAINTENO.V, Translated from the I rench ot Madame detiENLIS- CATTARO, MOUTHS, TOWN, l-ORTIFICAT10NS. This day is pidilisli^d (contnmedMonthly), pric*; llalt-a Crown, neatly sewed, conii.-.tuig ot �evcu sheets of Letter IVe=s, printed in .SVo. on ttnc wove extra royal paper, large page, witii double columns, so ;is to co'ntain morj matter thannny literary publication e.vtaiit; with plates, lontainiiig a planot the Months ot (nttaro f the lowii, Fortilicntions and State Prison, No. I of ri^HL LU'ERARVPANORAAU, mtluding a JBL lleview df Thirty Books, Register of Events, and Mugazine of Varieties. This Number contain* upwards of Ohe Hundred Miscellaneous Articles: among which are a Dijcriplionaiid Historyof (attaro; an Account ot Pnpen-burgh = Report ottlie Comiuitlec of the House ot Commons on that Staple Qoininiiditv of England the W oollei; i rade, and the Combination;. amiMig the .iourneymen; Chiiteaubriaiid s Account ot Mount V csuvius. and his Descent into iiic vrater^ Lord Sudolk s Plan for aiw!lt�iuliiig the Condition ol the Poor? Interesting niid Literary lutelligeoco irn;;! China, (fronticiii ot) Iraiii'.e, Germany, Hollatid, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Uuasia, Turkey, Dcnniarl., Greece, America, &e. Published by C.Taylor, No. lOS, llattoii Garden. Sold by Blacks and Purry, l.eadcnhaU-5trcet> Egert�ii, Whlte-iiiill; Hatchard, Piccadilly; Budd, Pall Mall; C'o��h, Duke-stieet, Portland-place; Kent, Paternostcr-row � and all Dookscllom ia Town and Couniry. P/cspt-tus gratis. ; t ri 1 tl-oi -> J . )( h risiolj Coi-.-ter; i\'!iJirr I'Ol.iLvKch LiHt'*f.;-; i J " 0\ t r f,< 1N Foa I'lii. (.'itoivrn .t circle. It i.i a noarishci-and impniver to its erowtli, prevents its falling oil", and is so great u pn-sr.r-.er and atrengtiie.iK'r tu tiie |Iair, asto urevent it becoming bald or turning grcv.tnthe litest period ; also resti)ie� iheilair on bald place.;. "Sever.sl Cienllemeii, -who have iieen bald tor v�;ar4i, have ax'ei.iied, alter tisiiig the RusiiaOil regularly tor three months, oecur.-.e nearly covered with hair. It wul serve as a snli.sntiKe tec ponatuiu. It is recommended to Lsdifs who use ciiessiii}' irons, as vipicventstnc Kl-etUa-ts urcasioiied by their lu-at,- F.r:ce (s. i>er b(>ttle. or wne c(.>nt:iuiinir tour sinaij. (iuiuea.-Ii) be had ol tne Pr(>prieli>r, ."i-J;!, {>.\;.,nt-s;re' i: and, by appointment, Smilh, l-ertuii\er to nis .\i;yestv ;i;iu theRoval Familv, No, � 1 lO, N(^v/ Hond-sireet; I'-.-i.^liie. 'X Itcliborne-strert 5 liavlev, t.ocl.spui-.-iieet; f>acu-'. d \ll u /) 0\t>rd I' \l, U 1 a,       \   liil   1 >     {(i botn: iiuller, -1, t-aeaiiside; Saitw r.ii 1 EJvwird., '.).>. .�-it. Paul -s Churen-vard; Vi ilhers,li^y, Siv.-ir.d. i:ear i. ei;:|,�e-ii -i i'i-rrin.'i.'I. Smithampton-stieei,, (;�v ;oval l-.xehaiiije. l.u.iiio.n iluiU i)a!'ie--itri Rafburii, .\orlli-brKl};i', iai.'hurfta; Sneptierd.li 1 ) , s ilis 1       IM i-^t !u     \ o k \\ owlir i, 1 \ a-id Cnitwell, B:Uh;^ice, l.ev.es; lulUi^s, Liverp .Munclteslert ihomoson, Newc:v.tle j Swintuii, IliL-lm, PortsmoutJi; .Me.lcnett, Norwi;::. ; ^^ for.l: 1 lotlson, Ci!Mnl>r:ri.-tor...,il' the, lj�i-,d."U s-Grand iidf-tio.-iOf Shakespeare, l''n;m l.*-.; \yhole leiig'.h Porfr,-i(c wnicn adi;n-s tl;;.t elfg.mt v, ork : thf- C'-ijlFiai painting from which it was tiikeii is th:; priVii!ction of that e^tccned laasier Sir . V(ilii;.iin Bcec'.iiiy ; awl a c.'l.'ijf.tted engraver hi: been em-nlovt'd to preinrci t'-.e l^iiiit whtce. -.vil'l decomtc the fii-'t A'uin!)^^ ot' l.ii' !'.,?au ;'.!o.iile, or L'.ter.iry .-irS Fasiii.-iriiinlc ;v!aj;:;.zir.c.' A ^j;^v,Iep!-.Ual il-retch uf bi-s'-MujeEty lil con�-piwe t!!rl;rit'pa,"c..; fiijd Uir.e.'g'nciul tae snliwquer.i .numbrrs . will be given, iila ci.utiiui'ils-i.TiC';, and in the"aine splendid style,�FiirlraiCi aiid ^iur^ci'iili.^'^i .Notices oi'lllcstr-ous Cha-r;i:tt.-�-, 3-niiuii; iv!\-.iin tiie- iUitisU t'riiices v.ill. take precedence in ti^.Mn-vU'.r of public.itU);i.. I'.ach Kunber of!.'; Beau .Moiide will contain two beaa-tlKilly coiiMired lingia^ iiigs cf a .Vlan of Fa-hid!;, one ina . Mornin^-'s aiiltiieatlieriiian .l:vcning"3 Dr'e-S';.     , An Eiigraviiy of a .New tartiicc by tui i-uprnvec! Coach -Miiker, will follow the CoiitmruN ; tliis --vir. be c.\eciitcrlin . the isost tastefij in.-imier, and accor ling   the cnr-j�i:uJraircd ' nii-iJe!.      .�' : �      ' . .A !'rintofsomeel;".i;aiit piece  f i'ar'iSia.-i or Erclish Fur-liittii'e -ivill lie occ:;siiJii;illy iiiiraduced ; aiiii all these cr.ibcl-lislwnenls will be Ci.doiii.'d in a superior >!'.r-. 'i'his work will be printed i;: royal oci-.v.-^ on the liiejt ->vo\ci! ji.-iper, raid evi ry dcparinieiit'f it, b�nh as ti> us appo;irai:ee and iiitenial ciinii'-oiillan,; wi'l lie c'^eeuicil bv .l.iierary. (Jentleincn a'.id .\r!i5t> of the..'Jrst abiiiiics. Prin'ed and i'uidirhei'. I'-jr ,.l. B. ilrll r.-nd Co. .\o. 'J^l, llolii'-.ni, near I'urestile ; a-jd wwis in: iiaii ot"every .IJnoiieiio.-and Xe-,v.sr.ui'.i in I'bwn :uid Coiiii'.r.-Ihre-arl'-iUit the L nito-l Kie,>;d.�!i!. l>-.i!y .-.ppiic.i-viijn sh'nutd be nlitdL' in .frder i ^iT cf vvhici! tJio nnnt emiile-tii.-al (i) thecaiisi.itr -.tion ot'inlcliigriit and t'.;s'-iiaji.;tl^,i; ..�adj^rj-, wi.M b'r !e^.rt.ed wiljlrf*'utaiosl pUJit-tinilitv. , The l'nn,>i-i-.'�'ir> i.-niie ine .'utlints ki'-aW Xew i^'uMir,!-tiii.-'.s ti> s: il-'l .(-'opies i)f theu- \Vi:r'�, .uiilc.;, it a^,piuv.'d ..i' . 1-ill b'Mu't.->e.i i.i th-- V'ie.v. �!)(� l.iuT ,'!ir �. ' ^ti.>l'ii-;i.,ij".5 Uii.i'.xiA.� ij .Ui\:\{JT\7-r TlXCrnitl^ is uow n!::ds aiKlsoli by THO-MAS 'I'il.'VC-KHll.-W; 'nA.Ncifi:Sfvi-.i) hid tiic i)ri;:=i!i.-a authejilicileeoijil fi-v>'n Ik; iieett;:::, v;:!'! ii; .rdoil i;ii'\!::lv ddii,t;htcv o[ t!:e i.'ie. .Mr.*, ilad;;.-! I, >v:;-.':U vva-' i,-; pt.-"-, session of tiiat ir.valuatdes-.nTct, aiiiiy ivI.L.ri. i: v :.s ixvtr iiEpaVtci loany othci; p:r=on, v,-;.ic.';;!n2y be e.iSiiy j;ri;vea ff -aiiv oiie siioaid dou')'.-. . "    i: iK-.s DCeii inineiitej ijv i^... i';.,,i'e. ^. wo knew mo v-:!u-.b!" i:.i;rii!:t(:'S o. In:; Ute e siiouid"dou:j -.s been i;iin;':itej') ".ics. tLat l.!ie gre I'l 1 , ' * zo 1-, t'.;e ii-j'-.i.icr.eT:. a; Ls s'jpericrriv lo ! :i:i:�ej i;.". t.': , t>. '.'.i < :;: p.pc OS' ake.-'s .-asic 1 111 i.-t> tiieo:-.!' prLp \ t   1' it r I r and oi t/;e sh ir     I 1 ciUons L;r it r  J"- J1 L I     ton V 111   ' J ur^.-icriirs t      l 1- ?'.> �.vi � lilt'J re: t tor avni: coaiits (.-; J t    t c::e. tht.arim'.i;'. yr? s:g'i( .1 '.'ilh �J'hii tincture, s i.r    ) 1 dn 1 I J II te and biniiid II!) i.tr r. b , tlri;ppiKt the t'i v.e-jnd ellcct a cur. i,i a t n in piBi' b!i. .is K-.T-L'vcrt'-d; �.       c vi-.il tverv ,-...C!- r 11 d I person ,:n th.^ wjrl.i h.-i� tho ..i-r.!) a.iers.-.lied vir'u;-, t;;ai ?. fc'.v i v.;U.,U:it, cr eld       U,;eura.:,, e.o -.Mth tii? dref--i:t.g k;';i', n;.)'":t will in :iiiy c.i:i!nn).T c-it e-�V  .5, s e.\fceu;v;;ty eineaeious ii> tt:f b";.ii the ps.rtaFcaod:v.-ith thi<. tiactaro, with-ths ftaa-l war.inoa i-ri-.-etrirnr-ptrla'aiiCtsd wltStne sevtiert roeuicitic -^j.nns; f e-^ V i-ict'v of in7,::.td ciinHil-ur-n, p,art.cu;arly -.tie .-^r. v-l, ti d'- p n i^n I neld. Ml Sill  l\  i m .Mr. S:ieper5l. M:uishi^d. .Mr. .Vio.iijsey, Preston. .Mr. (Irscn. tlcveford. .Mc^siv. I Idtr aiidCci. Ld>n- bnrfli. Mr. ll:i:*:ird,B.-.th. ii.r. l)r Vond, Mhrew*bury. Ml.Walker, Nt-wea.tli on-J^ne. Mr. lletolver, Chester. Mr. King, Yeovil. -Messrs.  Holt, and Hague, Newark. Ml. WilllaiiV>Vilcock,|Ghor-Icv. I .Messrs. Marriott and W right, Liverpool. >tle-up- Mr. I.eiiih, Ataer.^lone Mivs. W y:itt:iii4l W hitmar�h, : rumiiunH\,1.1>5coln. Alt Coat�, Macclestield. .\ndliy UlHhepiiucipa) Vciidei'sof Metliciues in the Kingdom. N. B. Any Lpt^rs addressed to Thom.ts Thasktray, .Isb-ton u'jJoi-'J.me, wiUbcduly iitteiidwlto.   

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