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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 21, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THEATRE IlOYAL, DUURY-LANK. 'resent Fivcniiigllis Majesty's Servants H   ,vill -rt n Comctlv rallcfl iiil I'HOVOK'O HUSBAND. , lllRfwi; J;iidy Towiily, Miss Duncan. Lord 10,.. j.-oRTY :THU:VK.S. j.- pc.......,. . (if i lio J'aro TiiUU" is uiiavonla'oly pi'sf- (1 iVS. .for. � ret Indian ; %vith Tlic Forty Thicvrs. - /V , V AI.,, (-1) V b N r-(i A11 \Jl.^. Jnmt-�ME^NG will be pcrformoj^ �e '�' o.v.c.H (if, ,      ' ' T.u; .aKKciiA.VT OF vj-NJ iiii',, i'""'- Pope; yh;,lock, JNIr. Coiiki;: Portia, Miss, ^'MuTtl'' Plr/wiilbrrpcitrdby ?Ir. Cooke, an ODE ^ Witi. Tli . .it-V. AND TilR DOCTOR. (o--.'iiir:i>v.-, Tlic Brj;gnrs'Opei;n. cmit'OiC\hSfi~>''^- 'i'l^'^'^ SONS OF THE CLERGY. rjnjlKt^i'vNKRAL ANNUAL COlJllTorthe 5 .'.' iieiL" :�sburv-i)lace, j^,,f., iwf.;: >1>, fv>v tl^'^ choice of Qilicprs fdrtlie easu-i-rtv^'^fj i ' 1- � _   r'; Jii-NRY STUBBING; Registrai-. ' AiNTKiJi.j \vj,(.hwTuuiify MiloR of Loiulou, ii. Surr., '\iidU''ses, or iifrMy upon o, Lease, a (I'OOD iiO'llSj'vfiti'or the rcceplionof a sumll Jamilv, wit!) !Jt'i'�i-'n^ A! �! vUiiiveisitj, or tor the .aemi^iaries iabdiu- \V Vtli a view to faciVitate thp PrV)j;i:pss of Oriental Literature in (li^ ii.itive City, aiiihvnder jiiinjeli eiSfntiall.v useful to tliose of bis \ pung Coantfjarcn ^vlio niav liavc Appoiut-menfs tff Imlin, Ur, B-ORXilWtCK (iiLCJlRlSJ', for-nrerly I'rofessrtr in the toUejje of Fort "S\'i}Hiuti, lic. &"e. has cfforrd his oecasioual Aisiitanee in this Branch of lu-itruction. �}io. 4, SoHth Ride, Georp;?-stveet,-Ed.inbivr};h.     ' � Kli-XtTHURSDAY,Oetobcr^,.t? the SJ^COND J>AY's DRAM lAi'; ofthe LOTTERY. JROpKC an J GO. No. :a;37, Piccaai)ly, csta-, blisii'.'dSi j-t:ars,aTB scllin}; Tickets and Siiares,ivarT ttfited umirnvn, in a vvv'f �.y of .Numbers. ' The'Noi>ilit_v .aid I'iirtrieVill pK'aseto observe, thai there are ito fixedCipitii.;? in liiis Lti'vi'rv, and that 20>X) Ticiiels rnu-.the dr.wii "on Cucii day, w'htch gives.every person an eqU:U c1in!:re. '    �        _ Of i-vo Thoaiand Tirkrt? �ich Dav, and >"0 FIXED ' , CArn-Ai. i^iiii^ts. .     . rp.!Tt;{lS.DAY .NKX.T .vill Ik- (lie- SECOND JL DAY" of DRAWING the GRA>;D "STATE LOT-Tiiltit. . /I'he tVbreJ, v.Iiich contains nararrouS Capital Prizes,and cr.lv th,- ?ivhU i.iimbiMi.tiLijyjao 'J'iekets,venders it necessary to rociu>t t!� Puiilir will tie'early iu their pivrciiase to prevent-iiaiip^jriutraeut. ,. Ticlveti iiares, warranted undrawn, on Sale at all (he l.itcnsed Oi^ocs. PRESEI^T PRICIi. ^        Ticket.....-----------........L.19 17  0 Vwrter...........     j  '2  0   Sixteenth____....  1   (i  0 tbth6 AVORTIIY nw 1 l.vJbt'ENDEMT LIVERY ,      of tUe (JITY of LONDO.N.       MY Worthy Frieiid SirJoItn Williftm Ariticr-sort bavins notified his inlentiou of wifUdrauiiit; himself froni public itfei 1 am ciicoiirfiged, by the IJalferiiiV; opf-nion and urgentadvicvof many estiniabl.'Metuls, to oflef myself to yoiirnoliee, at thts l^'ne, ;ts a Ciiml'diite for the hoiioiir of boivVa; one oftlie Represeiitativ-'s of tills j?reat City in Uie n.wt Pi.Tli.imeat. Ijfaf.iithftdaiid coii-cieiiiifias disc.liar^i^ Of till'great autieo ot.tiie Magtatracy.fffrminry yearj can fecoin-niend HU! to'yoUr favour ;"if undcviatin^ aitcinilnn and active zeal marked the ilnpi^rtaul and expensive oifiee of .Snerilf during tlic arduous period I held that sacred tvutit; if ttie digntlted and respi)iisible chafaclerof your Chief Magistrate has, tbrovixb its various weislity and laborious functions, beert niaiiU.'iined by my bumble eil'orts, so a.sto m'cvii U>k bonour-nblc approval tvh'ich niy Fellow Citizens have repeatedly testified; if steady loyalty to our beloved Sbveri-iga, iand rooted attachnuMt to'the mOH glorious Constilntioa under Heaven, whiclv I have bceivfrtqucnlly caJled npoii toeyijice, add, 1 trust, have as frequeotly and forvently exercised; may rely on your support-then. Gentlemen, 1 cOiitess, 1 shall have the vanity to Ijopc, and the pride ttibyieve.lhiittbis apjical of my ambition ^tojfill the most honourable past in your power to cuiifer,wjlUiot be prcbui in vaia. �'�v*.' -.^....'-.-''-'V'-.'^'^^,;'. lielievc me� Ocntlem^-iv tWtjShonlA yoa be indijcert to plai:eso high a degree of yo�r cUiitideacJtu rtc, .is toinvtst me with the proud cliafacter of one of your Rcpresent.ittves in P.irltamctit, every energy of my life shall be devoted to yo.Ur service. � - � 1 have the honour to be. Gentlemen, With great respect and eStcen), .    . Yonr most otu^dient and laost faithful huatble servant, Mansion-li.tnse, Qct. i-i. . .I.AM iv.S, .SftAVt   iViayor. 'io~t!iij WOilXlli aud JlS     tMi.VDE.N i' LI VER X' of :   "     -      LO>DO,\. r.r;NTI.BMEN>\       ' ' f l^llK maiiner in. wliich, after many, j-xiars of . active .exerHoii in a remote dependency of the empire, ,1 was, invited tftan bonouralile station in your ma.sis-. trary, had inspired mo with ana,tural, and 1 trust laudable; anib'itiob to present niyself, oiithelirst fair occasion, as a candidate for the honOur" r your iiiierc>ls, respect for your 6i)i.iio.in,a'.id iir n altac'.iaient to. th>' Conititutioa, which, are t^verfure of oJbJtairjiliS^our approbation. " ijad tuoie. wariU and general assurances of support, which' Hi.ive vc/cciUly met wifii, reached me. befom I /lad jjledged luyself lo4(S�rine a contest -jvith your worthy ChietmMagis-irate, F'iwiil'i have fek, taat iucli eiicouxajienjont woiijd h,ive ju^-tified nie.in cdniiiigifopr^ird, with the biter of my. humbip's-rvices, on the prtsei.t declared vacancy. Under tnis pledge, however, I feel myself Ivouildtodffer' tht advance  t my j>rctcnsio:w fo your favour, assuring you, at tiie s-ime time, of tlie li.iih- vtiue "l place o:r tac hoiiour of a seat foj- the City of London; of the pride 1 take in liaving rtc  ; �'AVithattecttiiiiate zeal and altachmcht. Gentlemen, V'our faithful and mciit obedient humh>eservant, Lcadenhnll-strcet,     :     : JOilN PRiiSSEP.; Oct.^0,isoij.; ., �;   :,. � -  ' . ,v ' ,:  "    ; . To the \VOiU'il Y L\j>.Ki^E>ui..> t i'ilt:,iiiUi;,JN ot the'Ciry of OXFORD. ''I^IIK Dissolution of J*arliam . WM. H>\KER. 'Tolhe'>v"ORTH Y and lr> t>Ei'E.\ ii E.N T FrEEMEn: ^   of the CITY CANTERBURY. 4 mi^^OLUTlON of PAllLlAMii:>rr b^ing jcli, shortly'etpectedi^lonte more take the iiig niy services t TTERY. TIIOSB PcrsoH.s wlio have n,otiri?(?e their pnr. .chas?*, are informed, tlie   SKOO.ND   DAY  of' URAWlN6"willbeonT(tURSD.\\ NEXT. PRESENT PRICE. .......Ticket..i,^..,;,._,^...^.^.^....^.L.I9 17 0 Half...,.i______.: L.IO 3 0 <|tu:irter............ 52  0 F,ightt�: .:t; .;tl;2 inr Sixteciitli..,.- .1   6 0 Mo. /,l.r)7,a.l^riW3 of ]0,Qy!l . 'ii:e Right iloH. Viscount DU.VCAN1S0-V.      '    " ""�e Right Hon. Lord URAVUROOKE. .'i'lie Right Hon. Lord K EN'.SINGTON;'. V . TRUSTEES. � Tlie Moat Noble the Marquisof iiUCKlNGIIAM. >'lie Right Hon. Lord IJHAYUROOKE. >>Tl.LrAM PJiAED, i S<,.M. P.        , '^B^UE Object of this iii. f the ut'vmst possible: pnblic benelit: with this ^iv.) ati ext^mive So(i...ty of Noblemen and Gentlemen have e.-,tt red inso a sUbscrlplioa of !^^IX),W. to constitute an origr-Ji.il cnniUil, and, toikiirg uprMitln-mselves ti)e,iitcvtors^ Trustees,'and-Au'lilors act gntuitou?.' Thus by � thsHpe.cifie sijriisiiiBureU, andtlie division ar oi* two *!eh luttsas iireinadc dn-tfie �usu:(l way,'tlit! .iiolK-i'dr^'^Djiik-"Srhivn 60 ijmcbliuer aJld'of .i cldscrV'^'ture ihrtii .tlitJ va- itieiit 1 have everVelt mofl'llaerijd. Coiiscioiisof having, on all otcasTons, discliarged my duty to you to the ,T)e�t pC niy p - y no considcr.jtioa tiitt the welfare ol^lhi; Couiiljy at larjjc, ai.ti the particular Interests of niy Coasti.luenis. i have tho.boiiourto be, (�ie�}Ie;nejv >i'il'i Kri'at; respect,. Your most otiliged and fiiithful Servant, JOilN ATKVNS WRHIIIT, '.. O'cfbrd, Oct. 17,180".__L To the Gi-.NTLi;..>iJU.A, c/,e,.(lui; ERS of theCOUN "CTAVING iipon> and r It .^i.,.i\JL.iJ-TV of CARMAtiTUEiN. former occasiyn a!io;unccil MILFOfiDi NE\R LVMINGTON. npO be SOIJ>,        Furnished, a mtiislern.bt;ilt J..  oamfOrtable 1) V'EI>L NG-ltOUSE, with every ae-eoinmodatioa for a nioc*.-. ate- z^d (.ientlcman's l"ani)ly";and, d La'd, in live fields;-The"situa- iboUt Twenty Acres of lion is/healthy and coiiveoi p.'e.is.-int.   'i'tie writieii or. OFf*ick 6( the COMMf>*.S/dNERS thr tSVESTJCrAV* iNtitbC DEOTS �f the late; iNABOliS of the CAR-KATiC: ; No.3, Cdtrtftan-Rowi We <,/ October im< i/.       JOHN P VK K HtjC-SL^ Sprretai-y.,^ ^albTon fire am; i.u e ofk.cv .   . I, i'i LIFE INoURAN'CE'COMPAN Y loiU bf. i,M at(hcCon0* yanif'i JIouk, in 'Chamfc-nUe^iCornhiU, on Tjiu ;i�,i�ay, t/us . 3-3lh iiulant, at Ticelac-o'ClucI: al Pfonnpredsdgi avOrdiroflhe. Ii:)(?.rdqf CHrectorsi _ AvARNER PHtPPS, Hecretaty^ VICTUALLING-OFFICE, Oct. iu, i�0^. Uiriilrim ihiCiUing (sealitdupjy'indiieet fur Uk ,ui>plDiri$> of V\lV^i\l ismv lu Ws Miijsstis UJiJi and y�ti^*in LcitJl iloads, and the Firth of EtlinbartrbWiM-,J/�ni7j� certain from tilt llth uf that imnlli,. ci-itd furtlier until rf*, i/iomhj worning ihtillbe givfn on tithtr tkk forth* tinnlna-tun d) the Cmtract; to be piiMi-for by miU pa^ahU, Kitft, Inlerr.-,!, nhitlij diiysafier liaie-. T,.e Ciindi'ion.i uflkt Cunlnirt mini bt seen at the, S'ccreta-�''.V'' Ojfh-Ji a! t/iis OJiic; or by aiipljins tji tht Colfxlvr trf ItiiMiijcslyyCa-ihihiitaheit::^ nun on /lis behalf, tilteluiiit lo nt. iiid gi'ni'rally esteemed very 'itie pri'in'ite.^ in..^ . be viewed any time by a dor from Mr. Perkins, of Lymiiigtou;,and fiiri'her pariiculais niay be had on the spot, rir by letters addressed (pi)-t paid) to ,Mr. R. ThomaSj Pnst-oiUcc, LymingtOn.-f Early possession Can be given, if   Ctnue forward and oiler Ih the-P.ublix-i at th-'ir AYsfeiiouse, No. f'l, New Bridge-streef, ' Hlackfriars, 'I'Ayo Doors frinuLiidgate-liill, erory sp;'Cie of Tea. Upon sui:|� Terms as mu.'jt give co:itent, if that object ca'^HiSsibly; be alt-jLiued at any Warehouse heretofore est i-blishwl', arid tlie Ptiblic are rej>eetfiilly' reminded, tliat not b'fi.s, than One r^ound of a Ivind will b'j sdJ; and also, f()r thpir lartlier advantiige. Loaf .Sijg.ir, by the Loaf� and Moist Sugar by the Seven Potirids, OS up warlls". �  , ,   N'. H." Tlie WarabousiJ" is open from 8 o'clock tU the.Morn-ins niitijV 8 oX'lnck ill the Eve�ingi        ,     ' ��   : JIMS UaV IS put)iisaed,ia I voir-. I'Jaro. price 1.'. inbojrJs, nhillO B -VLGIAN TaAVCLl.KI.l: or, a To.tr A: through Ildll.ind, France, and Switzerland,durt�g the years 1^0land 1803.    , � .   �. ;    ' hi a Series of Letters ftom a THOB LE.-M A,\ tea MINISTER �   of:.STATE... Ed'led by the Aut^ior of the ReyoUiiloifirv PlutirH), ^c. . lyinttHlVorT, Egerton, iNlilit.iryL'ibrary, Whilciiidl. Tills dav is published, iii'2 Vols. T'Jnio. price 9s. boards, CHAllLl'::'! W.LIS ; or, The Fi-ictuis: a Novel, c.onipiisirigt s'a.v Incidents and Observ.-itions oc'.urriiig on a Vovage to t'iie . Ora/.ils aad Vrest Indies, actually jiur-fwm y you teres'is and rights would.be the Jiriit object of my ainhitioa- atruat wliich I shall endeavour to d)ieli:tr^;e witii uiuvinit-ling attention and tidclity. And as 1 hiivj moreover hu ae-eessiott of private friendship, of .which 1 was befon; deprived a.viiig to prioreagagenients, I haVe every rjasu.i and hope to anticipate a favour.ibie result. . I have the hoBOur to ren�ain, with great rc.ipert, Gentlemen, your obliged and faithful fiervaiit, � W. PAXTON, MiddletonllallvlTthOct. 18, 180.5.   ______ TotlieGE!sTLEMEN,Cl,ERGY,and I"liEEU()LBERS of the COUNTY of JiilECGN.' AS an opinion prevails generally, that a Dis-fOUUioa of the Parliament will spi-edjly take place, T think it incumbent upon me thus early to iiitimufe, that iii thvt evcNt I shall not presuaeag.ainto olfer mysidf as your /tepri'sentalive, coascious, that by reason of my advaiiced age, andof severe att.'ick of ri,i'"�>niati&'ni, it may hoit be in my power.to givetUatdiligentattet.d.ince,which tneimport-' aii'c".; of the tnisf rft(airef;, hut shall solicit your permissiiin \'. Til E SPA:'- I ARD ; or, the Pride of Birth Ky M. Rymer, io One VcduMie, 1-Jiiio. (Jf whom may be had, Ijtely publisbed, 1, The MNsterious Protector,a Novel. Dedicated to Lady CresbigiVjv>)ls. I'Jaio. pric;/s. in bo.ir.ls. '2. l.elters from Paraguay in SoutljAjuerica, describing the settlements of Aionte \ ideo, Buenos Ayrcs, i've. &c. i'i:c.   By i-Jo)ui  y> Navy,, Voiding, suid Ladieb' ILits. . (ientirmcu in pe^imjiitrv �sh.'Ulit :eiid the huniber of inclvs roiind the" oiif^ ''If of thitcriAvrr. 'W'ortliyihe attention of thiv Trader and tiwch uits' for rxpvrtition; Wole-skin� boyghf .in atty  u.ii[^..^-L�ltr.fii, ;,i>ijii-^>akl)� respecting Mole-sjtiusoinJy, lutionsat the ia^t.fVssizrs. . I iiaVe to e-trcat.yOur acceptance of my cordial thanks for the repeated markiof y(fni"fdivwur and conlidenee, and of my sii.irere wishes,, that the persi�h� ivhoia you shall-elect to represent yon in the cnsu'.tig Pariiamciit," wi.I! serve you Willi � efjnwl fidelity a|Kla(te�til ilitary Operations, iiivpared liiiedv Under the direclio4i of tlie great aud illuslnous Character who coa-ceiyedand e.veeuted thcio. So regard tfiil be liitd toriiiy Tender in ichicfi tUt prke ^hatl riot be in-icrUd in Kiiidt at Icugt.'i, nr f.'ial nhuU nof �//�(/iter* i-.d to llie litiard hefare One u'Clarte lin the uifidy�tri;,iyf the 1th of Nocnnboi- next, nor tinted t/ie^PenuH mliii inakef ti'ie Tanflcry or some. Vert iinuccr livUii ta'kilfsir. L.Wr .MOiviKNTS OF MR. FO.K.      .      ' Thiii dav ispnbli.^lvecC, price A. (;d. Dedicated tu the Kighi Ho t. Lord ,uoR^ETH, IMCUMSTAN I'lAJ. DK r AJ i.'-i of the > MOMENTS and l.o-ig Illness of the Right HoiiouriiWe CHARLES JA.MKS EO,v. In \vhich is included a characteristic,Corri'spondcnce with many living Characteris, being seTiT.ti .etters of tuat illus-' Iriotis Stat'esi.r.a*; li%etlier witii Sketcho of Ivis Doni'-i-tic CIonVersatioiM, as illustrative or liis privirteLife and Domestic Char-iLter.-I'na |)aq>y5e  rc(e-: taries of State, his Grand Ch:Mif'>-'i"i-iin, ;;;id (ivand OilC V of the Legion (�f- ilmvuir, i-ix-Biishou of Au'.ua, Lv-Abb..y ' of-Celleftuad St. Djuis'.s, -l-e. curitaiiiii� the P.'.r:iralari c'f his l^rivate and PubL;; Lire, his i::triirues i:t Baurlfrirs, ai well a* iaCabin.'ts. By the At;f UOR iii' Tiic UevoJutionarv Plotavc:!-Published by John Alurriy, :T2, Meel-str..ct, LiKLloa; and sold by every iiookwHer tlK'on.ilioKt tiie ilripir.-.;      ' ' ' _ This Davis ptibliwied,in ojii''* d. jsvo. price .'s. t.'i b mris, TRS'lAi'ISii on th(j fAilli^riKS,OONScJ-QUENCES, an-d TREATA: i;,Nr of OI'tUUAl/-. MIA ; with a   Prelimiliarv iiupiiry into its Coati.g.iuu3-,Nature.    '' ,, r-trr.-Iiy A?-TnU5 EDMONDSTQN, M. D. Felltiiw of the Royal Cj.olL'g2 of Surgeons of EJiabunrh. Printed for Longtnan, Hur'it, Ree.-, aad OriDc,- i'at'.fi.os-ter-rov, ; an I W. tilaekwood, Edi dVuigi:. The objects of tliis ^^'ork are to trace tiie Orl^^io a^id Progress of tiH" Opinion v.-Iiic'i consider.-; OpMthal.alato be propagated liy Co.itagioiior Infectioi;', to inv *t;iafe t!ie Nature ao'J tuilueix'; of liic Causes of Ocalar-.InlLi.uaiationi.j general, byl particularly of t'le Kgyjitian t3i>hth.i.lmia, and to detaila'Modc of freatmeiit whicu hus beelifouud suceess^ ful in its Cure.     � � � : TO EVElti .vlA.M Vi Uu Ktji.AKi*^nl3 iiuu�i>l ,       This Dav wa.-: pufilijed, i-'ric Js. f>iL WW.  ViaT'lRlNARV   TABLIOT;   of,  a CONClSE_ VIEW of all the OlSKASES of the . HOR3E, wrili their Causes, Sji�iHmn�, and reost approved Alodes of Cure. Dy a VETERINARY SURGEON, Printed for J. Itidgway, opposite Bond-street, Piccaiille. Where may be had, 1, An Esisayon Dietand Ueginien, as iodispensible to the Recovery aii'i Preservation of tirai Ilealtli, e^pecinlU In the indolent, studious, d.Leaic, and invalid, �ith appropriate CaVeji,   By .1. .M. .\dair, M. I).   Price ;,s.tid. t'. A Diction iry of Surgery ; or, the Vou!i^ .surgeon ami AjMitheeary's \'adeMeeum; " By Benjamin Lara. Surgeon; b's. bound." 'i. Every Man his own Brewer; bein.sr t!:..' %vbole Art of. brewiiiiC I'orter, Ale, Twop.-n.iv, and Taide Beer. By.Sa-. muclCi'.ild, Urewen   Te;'.th t-;ditiaii. Is. �\ The History 'jc" the Canijiatgne of ISO.) in Germany, Italy, ami the I'yrol,  !ves-an ( l.ax.iras. }. TheDangtrijf Inlidelity, i-ti,". Ti.e hi:i<;n� irea-lire. or, the Necessity of "a ^      Ti^e ()5iees of 11 - M'es- siah. �2;). Thegr."atS.-.rrificc.    . Lki. Lois 11 �ht, 1. Del ivcr.iBO.'from "L).eath. living i^ailh in Cur.st. 5. XaiiiU-in ei.unsed. 6. The l lary. The Marriage of Isaac. \i. Tl'.e Two Coveuniits. 14. The Beiic'fits of the Now Ti>9tameui. -  ' Ij. The Oivintty of Christ. The Sower." aiiout the oolh tif that Aloulh, at ttie saute Price as here- toft)||S . . : The first four Volum?8 in Quarto aud Octavo continue ou Saleattiie Shops of all BookselUusrspectively at \l. l.U.',.d. and 10*. id. per Volumes but .is v.rv lew "of tlie (^�uarto Editioa remain on luaut, und us thut Eiiitioo willnever be rfcpr'Ut'"*!' uU I'ersonii who have oa.itted to complete ijieir Sittsjof the tjiiarto Edition, ;iire requested toajjply for the -defectivo VfllUmwi witiioumelay.        , UriUge-ktroct, Get. 1� ItiUo. Uedeiup- ;!2. T!'*?-Privilege of Ucliev-ers. , 35. The Pattenis of .Mnrcv. ^1. Tike   \ ision   of Dry iVonps.     T-i S5. The Safety of a,True. Christhvii. "� '36. The Assurance of Faith; ,   or, thtf Experjeuee of a. '1 Viti'Christiaiv 37. TKe LiCscy-wuolsey C?or- meat." .��, S3, ThfvRcpro.-ich of, th�it � Cross. S9. The Widow of Xain. 10. the Beititir Visiou; or, behouiiig   .'esus Cruti-tiud. ' '      ' � - The tioM. ?l. The Woman of Sanwria. I 22. The Firsl Principles of Christianity. , The w hole of these Digeoiurses nr.- simplp .^nd ptnin, and snlted forsiiicer.* Peoploj who do hot want somewhat curious Of diverthig, bi.-t Salvation. Londoti: jerintcil for II. D. S>nwi.Js� N"ov 20x l'at
                            

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