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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 13, 1806, London, Middlesex                                SAfUhDAY, DEGEMBER \3, 1806^ r^Ili4AyjR.E UOYAL, DIlUllY.LANi;. ^*^"rit$ iJreldiiit' Evctii    His Majesty's Scmrtts B ^will'il'ct a CoWiertv, called         � TUK WAY 'JO KKEV Jllir. SJr-Ba^hfrtl CoriBfjtr.f; fllr.Uaniiistcr; Tlic .^Vi;l()w Bel-ihour. Miss Diinfall, with TEKKr.l ; or, Tho SIKOK of MOXTOATZ. CnMomlay, Hi\niU-ti AVitliTikrli. THl;ATR^i llOYAf,, C()VENt-GARI>KX. ^flliiS WIESENT EvLiiing will be Yjcrfoiinca, jL   � 'Oii-RJoftday, TheTenipestVwitlt.Vrhi'.vitiiii, i\�trtUl'lON for the CUl/riVATlOK of ENGLISH ORATORY'.{iDtt the CURE of liMPKDl.^lJiNTiJ of acCommod.Ttcd lis Mou^e ,i^^pll,^^ ...................-_____ .      by tile Ycsr, Month, or- "VVfok, by Mr. TIIKLWALL, JJedford-plac?, IJloomsbui-y-jqiinro j oriiiayrv'ieeiv^ppjvfte Legsous^eitlier at their ovyn -^ousbortliat of tlie Professor) in the yariotis dcpjtrtmeiifiiof pvtiuipiXiwA Criticism.  The utpjostsecrecy may 'tj^essurrd ; I.ettrpr, {iosf [j,ii4kw41tlic duly attended to.  Tfie.;�iifti Lec|Hr('3nv >n Mondays, Wednesdafys \, ifaysj. at 3 o'oloclc. .  , '�'    - : HAftrPStEAD-ir-A respectable sniall Family niiiy be ,nccoi)aiiiodated \vith a good substantial IfOUSKj'gcutwly FiHTiished, for a few months, or lojigfr if fpqnircd, ohrcaSOnable terms, with the opportunity of hiML-aftcr purchasiog if approved. For pariicularshppiy lo ^>^f>^^r^. \\ilsoii\sUpb>>ldets,No.l^H, Hlr.ip.l. ANTS a Situation, us GOVEilNMSS; a .  ,    yonng Lady of rcspcctnblc connections, who li.is jivedscvcV.il vciiri iii that Capacity.   Letters, poit-n:ii I, directed to A. lUfost-Oftipc, Norwich, Norfolk, Will beat- . tended lo. _ �. ' YOl'iNG   Vl'iilSON   from   tlic  Cpuntry, bcJohp:iii,a; to'a Ivcry rfsprrtable Family^ wisiies to be cntJ)loypd in'r-l (lROCIi|R''S StiOiis Shnpnian,' or as pay-or ri C'jvliif!; of Kills f(ir any p^rson^ur in any way to :. i'liitk)' hi")Sc|F.n3cfiil to his cnipiojcr.  J{is ch.iractcr Niill bear Mic ^liif tii'St inquiryj an-"! he'c.tn (5ive upwards of one Thoiuaini Piiiinds security (if required) for any triist relied : ifilihim. Addfes to T.'IV. No. 12?, Oxford i{o.id,\viirtre ddlv.,iitti'!iili'/l(Oj (post paid.) T/IRKK OtIilNKAS ilEWAIlIh - "~~ I8SIN t msike tdemsPlves responsible the Capital and Interest to thcConcerued) ; with Treasur^?rs, Managers and Secret.iry, - , , Mr. WY>iOX, at tlio request of mnn^ I^riend?, particularly thflsc ong:!;!;ed in the preccdinj^;oi�esi opened a Third Toiitine after i'.lidsunvner biit, (when the S.ecoijd finished), ill the expectation that tlic Prices of the Stocks being very-low, and no likellhi)i)d for the War continuiftg Sevea Y'ears longer, with the addition of anacclimulatipg Capi.taVand In-torest, Deaths of Noniiiuies, &c. nuist prove bcnc'ficial to Uib Gonccrned, The SecretAvy trusts he has-this to boast of, and, for which he refers.to those who Kid !dlafnisoiVthe former, that no The Rtiks of this Sqtiiety may be Jiad �vt Na./3, Bcnncti-street, Bli>ck-Friari-R'oad.' Ttiose that bdconife Members after the 2'Uh of June, 18*^, totlie a)t!vi>f'�eccmbePi ""st. (when the S,tit).5cia)>tic)u.- /lose) :iJfAi XQJBM'vH^voMfy' "liuJtBftlo^ EiJie per't?l;arei , (vlkm li&fetits of tlib 97)ti Ahe'Rulea iind Orders, previbn!. iothein beeomin^ Subscribed. ^OT'ICE is h�^i:eby given, 4liai ithc Partncrsliip IK between SAMUEL ({UNDRY, SAMUEL l|OOD, _^^and SA.M U EL S.YMES, of liridport, iiitlie county of Dor-*sct. Sailcloth and"Hng'^taI>^fi^cttlrer. neerii, arc reqt^i-stcd to pay their Be'.its into the liaiids of Mr. DiiHy, Attorney at Law, ill Brtd|>�rt, who i* hereby gijthorised to raceivr and to sivc DiiiMiargcs fiir thc^aine. jjated-this 1th day of l)e-ccmberj ISOtJ. .       ;tQTZKBUE\SNOVEf-�-ETTES. In Tlirpc Vrtlunifs With Plalks. ^ nnHE.SE highly .i/iterc-jtirtg Voliimcs will be JL, published in T..ondon, on .TborntLiy the IRth instant, and it may be stated without presumplifth," tli.it theif (.'on-tents will ramain .i ninmHneht,.hom>tirahlc tfl the Genitu of heir Author, as Io.)�:as line Writing;, Pure MoraL', exquisite Wil, a.id a brilliant Imarinaiian, arc esleeincJ by M.iiikiiid.    ' ^        ' TheseNovclettes arc in a word th^^Mabter-pieccs of one of the nio.st popnlar of living writers, and are ptrii.-ips inf^frior innodegrec, ti> the admired productions of Marmoatcl, GeS-ner,-and St. Pierre.'  ' Tiic Workwillcimjlst of Three elegantly printed Volumes, on superfi.ie yellow wove paper, embelliihed with beautiful Frq.itispieces, price L5s. in bo.iFds, The Pi)hlic arc r!'(i!i?.^t*d to ht" uirtlciilar in orderinff KOTZEBUE'ii XbVELLi;TTE.^, hi thi;ce Y'Hanies-then? are vuNoiw miicelLlneaHs works of tlie same writer in ciKulatiQn, for, wtiich they may be lalstake^by tl�e Hook-: sellers, No,a,;Brldgc.8trcct, Bla'ckfriarsi     ' December IHOS. �, �         t^lFfAEMAXA^^ rtlllE   I3001CSEr;LEll^  t Great " Brltsia are.berelyy iliforniedj'tfiatn Now-Jiditioi) of tbePrCTUftl^of LONDON, f.tr 1807, corrected to the '''i*T'wiU-be riinlj; l\)r delivery wiitb the^Umuiij.ck� ftricc r^-fi*^ iSiJ.Ww. year, Witness Jp{iN BnowN. SAMUEL GUNDRY". SAMUEL HOOD, SA.UUEL SYMES, _________[(postpaid)     ____ , Iter, 5, Cioyii Qffice-rnw, 'J'cniplo.Syill be attended to. rf^IlE Literary. IVlcrits and Enibellishniphts of teeautifuity ColrtMied I'asiiiohs for Gintlenvn, fi     _____   , of Carriages. The Third Number,, xihich will I�e pQbljshed  en Jainiriry 1ft, l?a7, will be a hnlliant Work of Art} the -; Jcrapfit'tors, thcrefere, iiivile the Ladies and the Pulilicio be caidy, in their ajlplications, loir tht; iiiipre..;sropiS wlH'be ^aluiiliAi'ncquisitions; the Portraits alone of^this Wof Jc AVojild i(at be sold for less'than 7s. each, at any of the PrihtseUei-s. ,.Piinted:i;:dpnb!TshedforJ; B. BcH, N.o, '2,51, High llol-4)or:n, .".jid n'l.iy. be hiid of-p-�fry Boi>?tsiller and Newsniaii �iiiri)uj;hi�ut the United ivinsdmn, : ANNll'i'li-.S REDEEMABLE.      Years Fiirchise Avill bu im'-pedratel}' givsn �uHL , fo^f Aimiiitiesinddniablv sectjred liifqa Freehold, Co-pyhtdd, or li)ng Lea?.�Oi?!bl J'.states jWb ere tile pavtios,h.ave an absolute inlvrestfaiidiia w!�cb (by re.osrtr. �)f the presfure of t1);? tj!ft ijri�;ia.�tvwjillila!wi5e lie given for Annuities for. MPNEY"7RSABY TO ADVANCE, . 'III'JREAS m^i'iy L;�4ics aiitl'GeiJtltJnieri expo. � ,' '�""�'fwe very gireiit pecuniary inconvelilence for w ;iiit m.knowjng stqne respecfablechnancl through whose medium, filthy miiY;beaecominodaicd with tciapbraly oir permanent SUMSofMONEY\. .  , MessjitillARRISaad Co. at tUc Annuity Bank, No, 5, |uffolk-stvcet, Charing-cross respectfully inform the Nobl!i-tV .ml Geiiirvi ib pbssession f)f-Incomes aWsing Freehold, Copylibjid, or LcaJcKtdd Jistatcsv in Land j�r IloiJSrs, Moht-y in the Funds, |leirt'CKargPs, Marriage SettL-ments-, r^idmvVJointtirfs,.Anniiitic3, PatcKt Ilaces, CbnrcJi Li>v ?HgSi oif any; ccrtMnliicame-jPor LifiTj niay be sijuplicd with ' Sums  r�therf^cient Fra'perty, may , Jiow witlidutbeia^ijiil^cct, as in th'eordirtary casesj of exr jSo^'ore aMtoayv'bAaceomniodated. with "Money ttf any atuibuni, phti8to>s.ii^jff}.V,cVi^^^ to mbifitgage.  I^eti^erja: isrtst �iVe'A'iiiHiyb Uj;htandsp|d-.- ifT ife an j popi.s LorrERY''OtPicE, IC, Castle Attey, I'Dyal Exchange. IT is widv much fifralitiulo for former favours, and wii:i great satisfaction, at present, that the Pr-iprie-tnr of tiiis t)rtice can stroimouslv iv.owiine.ivl the NEW SCfti EM ta t'lje attention of its numerous Wghly-respccted: Friindsaiid I'nbfic in jreni-iMl 5 a Sclicpie that appears to have MKirited uiiiversii a|tpr�h itinn ; and which, for magnitnde.of Prize.s,c."rtainiy stands unequiilh'd by any former iihe of so fe>\ Ml nhers. It necdsonly a per;isal l';� be convinced of the fact.    ' , �:.    '     '   ..' ' - A .gr>at Vari?ty of TICKETS and SHARKS, for the efibictf of A:lvoCitiirv''.'s, are i;ow on Sale, and all (;oni!n.1rtl.s cxecHled w ith that llcsijiprt, Dispatch, and Fidelity, which have so Ion,!? (list.iiigaislicd PUPIs s ()ld Fst.iblishcd and For-tmiali! Oilice, facing thiv Bank.-J)rawiiig commences lyth January no.tt. ^ rpAE ;i3th of NEXT MONTH the Present JL STATE LOTTERY begins Drawing, winch contains two Prizes'bf 30,000.'. two of* AVWO/, two oi'lO.OOJ/. besides sevenil Pri he Lucky l-oUer\;_01iLccs, ilij�.J^,tUiLl�tf'U.Jii,-Coi-iihiM, and .?8,ifayHmrkct':''where, in 1803 anil I8OS the folUnying Capitals were sojd in '2o7 dilferpht Shares, namely : No. 13,719 a Priiic at L.2.7,00a. No,. 45aaPriifp of ^.20,000 ,   7,7'5T .......... iUOi'i        13,717..... v.... 10,00.1 7,')K:i ...'20,020        11,871......,.. ^  0,000 1M4:3..........'iO.'JOD      '-1,077.......,.j 6,0J0 9'219 .......... 2i),000-i ' AiidalSo tii^tcPriics �V '2,000/. five of 1,000?, attti twelve of-W.'.     � . '       ; . .    � L'ticewisc where the 6r�t 30,030/, Prize ever shared ^yas sold, ja one liil.*, wje Quart�>, one Eighth, and two Slx- twenths. �     ,    '    �   : . � . .TANVARY LOTTERY. RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and CO, ,        CnrnbUl, and Charihg-Gross, Landog, RESPECTFULLY acquaint tlw Public, the STATE liOTTfcRY comniencrs Drawing on the 13tli of next miuitli: tlje Scheme cont.aijj5 C.ipital Prizes of i^rcater-magnitutje than any fafaier Lottery A'itli so small a number of TickctB, vi^ i Prizes oF.. .-'L.i30,0303 2 Prizes of... .;...L.20,000 'i ...............JO.OOO 3 ......5,000 &C. &C,    ; . Ticlfets and Shares are on Sale by RICHARDSON, PtJODLUCK and CO. the only Oilice that ever sold two Prizes of 3a,000/. in Shares, viz.-i-Np, 'id,'-18J, .1 Prize of eight Sixteenths. And a great ndraber of other Capitals'too numerous to parttfulariso. roR fiiK cjRo wtii 6 f liA m. T AmESaiid GKNTLE.\IEN vrho wish the or. Jkj .lament of a FINE HEAD of HAIR, need only niake a fiiritrialuf the RUSSIA OIL; p-artlcularly as tire use of Oils are found so necessary to moistea tlie Hair when dres-Sirtg; for'ifclii^h pijrposethj Russia Oil has now bocowe in use by the Royal Family, .-ind Kadies of the first circle. THE NEW PAIJtlAMCNT, l^riE, Public arc pespWtfiilly iurDrihcd that a I.- Vw EdUioa (>f the RIOGHAPHICAL INDEX to the HOUSi: of COMMONS i IA, Pt)LAND, PUU.SSIA,Jiiid the Coqntries which ar? at present the Scat of War, in the Summfr.and Antn^nn of the year J801; c;>u� taining Anecdotes qf the several Coii.rts, a'"^ variou; parti-culari calculated toeluciJiite tlie pri-seni st:ite of-tiie iNqr-thcrn Natioiii-, andof tlicir PoVuicul P.eLiiion;. Bv, J.OMN CARR, Esq. . Author of the ntriin;!;er in Ir land, Arc. ^p. Printed for Riehurd Pliilllp-:, Brid20-itrjet, Bliickfriars ; and I9 l^.' hud of all IJookichcrj.' Oi'rtho.u niav be had, the ii fil ANQEli in IRELAND, tiy^hc saiiie.'\qiihor, pried l^^s.   ; - l^lr/DUCENS\ilEMOIKti.  '   ' " This Day are pn^>lished,ei^g.^ntly printed in Five Volnrocs,, V small dvi). price'2;',s. in U.i.ifd;;, MEMOIIMOS �f a TRAVKLLVTit,now in R 1:T! R-!:M1',NT.; writtcA by hifrisolf; ahd contyin-iiig Ar.ccdotfjof nv>."t oflhe Courts of Europe, ami of !>i-Jtiii-gq.shed Stj.tesmcn.nid public Cliaractefs wit;) lu'ive flourished during t.'ie List h.ilf ceiiiurv. "J'riiitcdfor IMchardPhillip.?, No, G, Bridgs-otreet, Blaek-friiii'9; and to be had of all UooksElk'rs. . Of whonrmav al.sd'be had, jujt iv.ibVished,-1, MV. C.uiii"s srilANGER IN �iKELAND. 4as. >?. 'MisiOWENSON's WILD IRISH GIRL, Lis. tid. ;j. And ^Irs. Rotiiysax's POETICAL VtORKS. 'iOs Dft. JOHN RIJID ON CONSUMPTION. This Day is pulilishcd,. In one eleg:uit volajne, uo.it octavo, price'Vsi^iiibnriVds,':,^^' i TREATISE on the ORIGIN, PROGRESS, X%.  J'REVENTION, aihl, tilE.VTMEXT of CON-&U.MPTION, ...rt*:- -By. JOHN- ]R^IDi r , V JJfiuberof the Royal Co!leg n, VUTt'ALLlNG-t>FJl'CE, Dec.3, I8O0. for fictualkng Hit Ma-. l/ic'lHOi llii'jj nifi Oc- .rcii'J(j lu rr.aiue Timleri in t>:rllii)(;'(HtaUil ufi j rinil lrr.ll uilU.rtuch I'ltr^vnt ai trilt nif-(IfrtuL-h III fiiinitli riliiiitc'er I'liV.^M BEl-.F vtay be requirtd, fur lilt Uic uf IIU Mojr.fHiji Hliip* and ^'iiiill at PlyilUMltii, , i'orljny, nil/ Fal.nouth {on srpantle Conlraeti); for licilve iiiuiitli'<, frqm l/ie Jw/January ricrr, toflic'Jlut 0/Deccm-ixvrJ'ultou.i/i(,'. :iu'lu\i('c; trul lo Im yaid fur by iiitU puj/- -a'A.yicUk Jiftf.reit, niiicli/'ditiis tifier diile, 'J'/ic CundUiuiis uf l.'ic   regard w'U iif laidliui'n:/ Ti-nder in tchMi t/ir. Pricf f^itlt nul Ik iiixfrted in tt-oi((J at !rii,^th., ',r l!i,it 'hall lift be, dtlh.eial lo IJic ii<�iirU~'0.fiirf Onf uiji^ak i.ii l/ii- ,<�ij ')-h\ir t;-01Fl?E, Dec. li>, 1�JJ.^ tY^lWtGjmvihmner^ff*'!' Victuattra^ His Mftjes' jftf -tit's Siwif do ixfirttig' (jipi Xullciiy tjiat lilit. VVi;diiriti:iyi nrj% the t'tt,) imt. th>jj uiU'bereai'ij: to yeceli<'e 't 'i::l'r-' hi wriUiig (srafitl up) mid'trsd'l with *;, htaiidcdjor tne tjiie oj't'is yicl.iulliTi^ Dcpartiin'ul. al t/^r I'^iri uf Laii/oti, fui' Qiie year, fi'um l.'ia ist Jantiarv, (o t/:a Xof Decvniber,' J807, inclihic'ei uial lu 6". pjiitt'for f>n lUlU pmiubk,jiilh.lttUre.d,niit2lijdu;ji,aflrrdiilr. ., jVie. athllitiuni uf the Cijiitruct inn 4 be Mtn a{^he iecrt-iarii'.i'OlJirf. ' Ak iJ/fiii :I kH! lis fitiU tu afifTfiulerrh iehii:/t t/ie Priw ih'.\U not hr. intcrlrd in kurdi (it leni;t!i,il, fiiw .7in;'i;,'. !ai culUd /'��. �   , - A PERTOllY of ARTS .Vc. pulds'.iet on U: � ;.^t irsf. price '2s. t-;d. is the roaian'tiveinci.t nf a nf".v \ i>!u::io of thest-cond series of lhi;t Work. 11 is il!u'lr>.ti'u wU' j);-r PLit;-s, and contiiiiis tilt sp ''ti(;iiiua  r, a Steam I'.ngiTis; Mr. ('0'!k.i'"s, for i:i!j>i-4vo;a"iiU �:i Waggons, &f.;';Mr. Wyke.Kj for .>l-ni!iin-rv !'i>r wnr'i'Ci; Punips; .Mr. Hirt's, for a !;1 uk Uc junt oi" y.i-. rious iiii[ir!:vomejif- in ''iVeav in y (.'.. Hritchetii J:sq.� 0.1 tiie eAiUuri' of Spniig . V� heat, b'v Sir .'iiJ.-pli iiimk.', l'>an.! a Pijn f-n-Viiipriivinz the gr.>'.\th of Tare*, by Afr. li^ioj ; .�\cYoU!-.'l uf tii'.- pr.idui'e of .Mi.Lc' ;u:d Butter from one ('(>>.>,-, M';'!ii;>:t ii.i CaiVee; by ('."L. Cr.Joi; vomp iH^ion of Roma.i A.iini wirii t.iat niaaiu'uot'urei i^i Pl-aute,. by M. M.T.'irn.ird and, U().ir.l 5 and'a list uf the new Patents pii-.sedi'iNi)vembe!\ . Piibli.>Ved i.t I'l � iU-iV.Tti.ry Oilice, 10?, Ilnttort Gur.'en. 'aiidsbld-bj- all !! -fished Qiisi'i'tiTlyill .Nu.ni'SfiSvrririi ,55. Ud. of wliicU- six \-.u\tr iippearcii, : The RETROS;'K 3. ;   : ' �' � v     -PATEXTJj. Pcfsuns desiraiv--. of �ibtai;n.:g PaU'ii'.s for Inveniion.s ni.w, bv ajif)!ica!i6:i to the Rep.-rdx'y l/!!ice, h:i\ e thf;;u' prjcur d nitii.liSle l.roiihlo to thcms-ilves, and recjive a;ii3tru-.ce ia drawing up, th^; Sp;-cifichtii)n \y ct>".s.'>li;)S of .1 ha�b;i;idnhi wife, will) sit, cMildn-n =ar.ivi:>f uut �'f cigiit,wh'j lived in v-'ptiisitivji upw:!'.'.?s.>f .i-'Oyc^irs. is.'t.n-ou^ii u:iiytiidabl.i iMil'orttines,- reaiic. cur�ritt^l3and;Honsc�,;(the.l'�nd�, Settle-WCnUv ,Ioi�rtuee4.-r>PliurgkJ?ftf^ oilier Life In- -4"�V*ff*'9 Heo^ViJpf rai'U or ilk   reAiPlp.tabilitv, J^*y'�fcBMWl�fe>: iB Pbtt'^�ia;a>lfei[fj( iiii'y^^^ n;i�dl)*6s�d.(�� tV�r ibmo ^eam�a!�lV^,^iai^jflCl^B,lal^ Clmpr te1|i�liw�fi^ftT)(lilhasl:il'elybeenat-. � ^v;r;mpcrs,;which inclosetlio ;tl^c Pronri.i.,. agailist tjjis. lmpo.siii�,, by aiwrinrt at nE^^^ by the IVodrielors,    Moeh'rtktffsi!vnJi TR?'5^   ."^f {"tj It IS i-reonpjipnaed to Voiiirtrv vlii*i^ �. 1^' �''^S*.'*^ {igali.st4|�fibn .rt^^ asi:(JenU(�i�!i?n.,J" aha Prlrfce,}* ,bi&�a�iwp<)�e4< that were uiiait they liad.bc?ti 3" ucstlnglny'lw n4;tt?e Biiopki �jttiittt�tti;� never Wiu [ochrlliufiKy liAleifiil Vfiftn. It has ;pouiiti�)r7eitt WflSS'iK . of suoJii ley may'liteiiUB.'' 0�i By THO.MAS ARNOLD, iVI.D. Fellow of the ItoyAl College pf Physjeiaii!, and of the Itoyal Medic il Saeiety qf EiiiiibiM-gh. Printed for ltichar4'PJiillips,No. b". Hridge-str.et, Blacl:^ ifri.ii:.*; and sold by 'I'hqiiuis Combe, Leicester; and by nil ISooksellcrs. J.. , ' �; A'NEVV itEVlEWv �   �.    ~. On Thu'rsday, the ftet day Af Jaiiij;�ry, will be published,  price Half-a-crbwn, ihe'firsit Xumber of a New Review, 1(1 lie coiitrmu'd Monthly, under tf.e liile of    , rj^JIIi-QXFORf) llKnE^K : or, LITERARY liioiig .   PL.^N AJVt) .\DV..  stema^ic.illy, under the general Heads of Literature to wtiidi they xejpec-tiVely belong. �   . . ^ 8. Noli'ces of Foreign Literature shaRTorm a Iregular Portion of every Nainbet% ArraiigetnciiU h:wye been m.iae by which theywill be early luidemnprelicnsivi,*.,, Printed by Slatter and Munday> High-street,: sold sold by J. Cook'e Oxford;  by  J-. . D^ighibn, Cambridge: the approitcit of Hie CttRfSTiVIAS il^^ * �,AY:k, TAOART av'l r,D.. ; the J��venHc ^nd ?��to�ol l4brary,iNo, 137, ^e^v Bwd.tteet, thinftlt necessary Jo iiitorm rcspectuble Cqmitry Booksellct^ and TovmCn.' that fhcy; my *e ^sujjplied with ^en-pound, Fifteeir-uoui d, or rw�tytl�0MUjV rtssoitiuei.ts otV V. .^'i '{^e articles of jaichasjotfwnt*Which Jve4e^ saleable on lt�c 1st of ftlarchiJKct* nwy h|e i\\edfixc^^&^' Af Tttbiirt niHl^o. iwsiiMj^Kfti ^�lifi.o�u trtovrieht. tke ' tcrnWth�!<^mmHii^ that n%iwe�li^*^  Uehtot *i gBiwroI Wlhlfii*;�l��k�(jl��^�t���� l->lr.Tt. 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