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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THIS present Evprdnkf Mis Majesty's Sisrvailti mtlTi^fbiULa Gomic Opera called ,v V ^THE 0UKNNA. CarIo9, Mr. graham V Clara, Mra. Mountain. With- I'EKELl; or. The SIEGE of MONTGATZ. >:'IVi-kmorr�tr, The'Will ; with Tekeli. fcf 5�il:]cet$ and Places for the Bovcs to be had of Mr, Spring, at the. Box Oflice.        . THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARUEN. f puis present EVESfING will be performcd JL theComedvof' THE TEMPEST. jprospferoi Jiir. kemWe; Ariel by a Voiing Lady (being tkcr'6(h.aypearimceon tW Stage).        ' '�'Aft'erAVliicli will Iwpcrtornied anew Farce, called ''      AttftltrtATION ; or, Free And E.i>.v. ~    Tfije TrofoAfe to be fpokBn by Mr. Farley. ,   Tl),^myjcrfw,.liqvp in a VtUage �� with Arbitration. JiistiMlWishrtl;;i�S JJroderip and Willcuisou, No, lS,Hay- di i -        M^irket. A NiEW EditioJi oftfiecdebrated MUSIC mtrie ^ TLMPEST. Conipobcd by ^lEJJ RY PURC LLL, as {lerfaiv'i^d at the The^re^ Royal Covent-Garden.  llevibed 'IvHJSfi^.-Jobe nulilis^ieij hy bubscription, W^?M\y^t Voliinjc of SPKCIMKNS of vitrious L i-Style� ofMUSlCi referred to in a COURSE of LEC-Jft^^ftcaida^f :Oxford:v and London, by WM. CROTCH, WK,pof�j4^i:tif�,^Mus.Ox.oi)., . . ; , . � l*nKrOheGiffnkfj to be paijil on delivery,-One Pound iU.yo-Shillings t� JNotWhihscribers. .Suljscrtpt^opf.wijlbe received in London, (by Permission of Oje Wi'iWyfeip,) by Mr. SftViige, at the Koval lnr;litnlion,: Ali�fHi n its bciiij; necessarily uncertain (o ttfcatleiigth-th'e. Work will extend. PRIVATE TUITIO.V. AN who resitles the Education ot a jfomigGtfiitJ^.in. where not'more than another Pupil 13 K'.'i�t.-i-R''f(5retu'e wdl be required as to Ivierary as well as pr.vall character.-Letters (post piihl) addressed to A. /, i^!!(-v>tTice, Lyniiryton, Hauls^,,will be immerturtely ut-tfealed to,^ � CAl^^MIN' of DRAGOON GUAIID3 in Jinglaiul^Wiehcstto Exchaiiije'to Infantry, either a lUt^iibeiit {>;P't)le If,MH!wrv fjCNt, indjH-sed, " West MuldTesex Water Works L'r'^h'tViUlUn*."-Security will be refiniiert tn the pe-nallY ftf^OOVlittrtne due perfotm.incpot the Goi.fract.. Jivorih^^ niV�lieula�3 niav be IkuI by   ''ttretary. SS TJiayer-stirccf� Dec. ] P,      . rpURKEYCArtPKTS tn be SOLD, the Pro-ja. �?rty iof a Mcrclwut, 11 very large, and I(;.sm;?ll nt&'wr tJie iRst PerJTnt^lifMtev :t>i 7Pair Bhie-eideil li:Ult lilankets, anf^^U)/ P;iir of real W'ltnev BUnkets, fioiaSs. each to !^0s. i>d. each, from20 tofJOper i^ciit. under the usual Prices', beingjKirt of alargc Quantity intended for America.  . �   - ' '�    '    ''        '� MO.VEV; 'KSSRS. LXIGAS twvtl Cb. bog leave to inform ---L those tbat \a^y be in:VVantj.and desirgusof Borrowing .teinporar> Or pctmapent: bums of Money, that they are  led; 69 wdv^pci:' any suiB tti those tbat 'are possessed of ' any assjgiuible pVoirertv i�i ednsid.N-ation of a tair and equitable Atiimitv Interest li being ^laid lor the ijanie.. As .also to those ot kn'iwn piopjrty on their oiv'n iicrSonal serurity. And tufther, Messrs.. Lacas and to. beg'leav�to- s.'iy tliat tlicy will conduct eviTyNegoiiation.ttiat:(nay be coinniil ted to their conhdence witli the 'gt rai'sf e:[5pedUion and econo-: luv; nn4:tltuse>etiorinous charges and 'cx^j,('nces that arc invariably unjiosed and demanded in inostpefumary transactions will be wholly avoided,, by those thjjt aTj|->ly to fllesti':. Lucas and to. at No. 2, James-street, An.liihi. Strand, either i!n prrsoti or bv letter post paid.   PONKY for LlfM-: ANl:^01TiliS.^Mr.UO- mai BliRTS respectfully informs the inability and iiaKrv*-Jttlit-rftlU'W sitt ^mmediatev temporary^ or yer-lantfitSiipjmTJt Money, that he is authonsed by persons of the (iTrt respectabilitv'to treat for the purchase ol Life -.43jB)J!ifiS)jf^iJj�i�>aO/�'*a 6009/, pa-,annum, tor winch nume-" .     rr,.      entitled, to Landed uiiiler trusty" by -., ,-_,^^.........-------- . . .        . &c. may IVe :in- ,t;i�taKitlv�iii.qv�^od�W^.+riVlr. R. from several ycarSi.jH'-actice, C!jatglve,auf;tiiii�i'i^i,ile.fl)iswcr|for Seciu-itie-s olien^ bun, ^liiobj�fc*ems' mab;^ aisagitjeablc exposures of pirjons' >.*tt�jH;3,;tlnitnO(�;l'i�qiiieflll3ii attend the negociations ot n:;in y. : P�iBor,iaJ, aiialie*lt�>us,at. hi? }iouse, N o, 22, Crcil-street, atrabd, and Letter^(^qs^'paid) are duly attended to. > ' ,P)E.fp)r(3R.PJSR:iJQ.ME8.iWfivNEW BONDiSTREET. JDGjrS tWrcfb to the, Nobility and Gen.'ry a __rfitsKibnabre Assortment of PERUQUliS, ini^nntac^ uredvoiikuclrb. priiiciplPs as not ,to^obslruci ucrspUatiooi yet g�(fi(aeaUy� Jcovcriifli vnittotbair, sd tuat tWev may be toiub^ i!>;i�jY.�dUectiop, .,Wi,thout�llie,iiAUil*ty! ��r tl'eir bc-iiig di!Scov ly lamenting that we can no longer address you as our Representative, in Parliamehtv we.cannot refrain from expressing tlie liigh andgratcful s.eijsc we,cntertain of your long and faithful servicd-s in the exefcise of the itiost important trust which eaivlM? reposed in jtBrifreh subject.        '   " While the steady, independent, and trul-y constitutional principles which have distinguished your character, as.a Senator, excite'onr admiration,- the unwearied anxiety you have displayed m iiromoting tHfi prosperity and copimercial interest of tins town claim'oiir warmest gratitude, � We-carnestly bone that your cxteasTve.Jtuowledge in commercial iiflairs, ana long experience in Parliameiitacy Iniiri-nesSi wiirnot be lost to (be country, but that sonic iither place may better iippreciatethat Jibdity and i.rtegritv which tail?d to promote youriclectwn to represent us agaili iir Parliament. Shonid, however,. Sir; retirement be yoUr choice, we sincerely wish yon iriay long enjoy the happiness of urj-vatrand domestic li'fev tlirwelltanied rewarA-of-conr public l.ihours; where you cannot f t the wise and the g�tod. Which, in the esttiriation ot a nuiid Ukc youis, must far outweigh the ^rjyward plandUi of a hckle and misguided populace.   . . Given under our Common Seal, thcSdday flf Uccember, , in the year of our Lord, 18Q3.   -  . � (t^.S.) R. W, MOXONi Mayor. The (:orpoiV(te SciJ. DOCK OFFICE, Kl_\GSTOa-UPO^-lllJLL, � December 5, J 806. T a flumcrons Meeting of the DOCK COMPANY at lv.ingston-upon-Hull, held this day, :   HENRY MAISTEIl,];sq, Chairman, -Resolved iinann.'iously, Thatthe Corporation of the Dock Company are bound by every motive of regard and gratitude, to cxpres.=i, with the-Corporations of the Mayor and Burgesses, and Trinity House, their most cordial Thanks to Samnel Thornton, Esq. tor his multiplied .Services during a period of twenty years, in which he has represented the I'own of Hall in Paiiinwent. The Dock Company are constant witnesses of the great be-nehts which have been derived to t-ne Shipping and {>ominerce of the Town htom Ins inllneuce and exertions ; .'snd the Inhabitants at large havo ilaily beforp tiieir eyes the most incontrovertible proots or theetletts ot the unexampled ^Services which h:' has roudercd them in the ImprirvementB ot vainous kinds, wliich^ for someStime past, have been Ciirncil on, and. a.rc still in prosecutjon, in this populous maritime Town. Truly sensible ot the virluons. independence, and able and upright conduct of Samuel Thornton, Esq. as, a jMember of the Legishiture, the Dock (;omi)any feel the most sincere regret) that they can no longer boast of hini as the Repiescn-tative of Hull; but they cannot i-efra:ii tiom c.vpressing, at the same time, their.most earnest hope, that his extensive knowledge otcomniercc^-liishigbinteenty of charact^t^ind those various talents which so cmimiiitly quality him for a' Member ot the British Parliament, will not be lost to the Nation at large at this iinporiant crisis, � Resolvwl, that fhc Chiirimni ot the Dock Company be fequelited to transmit a Copy of tbo above llesolutioi;s to Samuel Thornton, Esq. and that these Resolutions be insertedin such of the pitulie Nenipapefs as the Chariniaa shall think proper. . v IIEJVRY MAISTER, Chairman of the Dock Conipmy at Kii'g-tim-upon-Hull To Lieut.-CblonelD'URBAN, Oih GarriBou Battalion, late , Major 89th Regiriiciit. ' Dr.Aii SiH, '        ^ E cannot behold your departure from the 89th Regiment, without expressing our unfeigned regret at being thus deprived of the Society of one, who .so happily unites the.most admirable qualifications of a SaldieV, witli t he refihe.d manners o i a Gentleman. Impressed \yifii these sentiments we request your acceptance ot a Piece of PlatCj- as a small bbt sincere token of our unalterable esteem and regret. In the anxious hope that the course of srrvice may once more'bringus together, and with the niost fervent wishes for your future welfare aiul happiness. We beg leave io subscribe ourselves, Dear Sir, your-much attached. And faithful humble Servants, BLV^ NL\, Lieut, Col. 89th Reg. and Colonel, torSettand Brother Officers. , � .ANSWER.' .   . To the Right Hon. Lord BLAYNEY, Colonel Comindnd-ingJst buitalioabiitli Ue4,iineiit. Mv i>e.\k Lonn, ; ' ,    . I.bdslt^ltotftplytuthckiniand flattiiringcommunication which yo* have j�jt made me from the Olhijers or the S^tfr' ItegimO])!. � .�.. � , In tilt-doing so, I address you under the inlluence of feeJr ingi too complicated to be descrihrd; teelings where proud sati >fucfion It blended with deep and poignant rciiret. It to have acquired the attachment and good opinion of men whom 1 love and esteem, who are an honour to tliiMi-profession and themselves, be a source of infinite delight, yet to know that I must no longer live amongst them, is a source ot .eal sorrow. Have the goodness to inform them that I accept with the warmest acknowleginents their letturj and^tlieir pieseiit; tell them that the fiiist will, through all iny life, beasolnce in misfortune, and add a new zest to happiness, bnt let them know that the last can never become necessary to mv recollecting them with the liveliest pleasure, s� long as memory remains. Assure them, I beg of you, of. my sincere and ardsnt wishes tor their future welfare and B.;.ces3, and with every kind regard and-allectionate sentiment tor yourself and for them, believe that I ain, and sluill always be, My dear Lord, Your and their niuchattaclied and faithful .Servant, : B. D'UjRBAN. Lieut. Colonel Sth Garrison Battalion, TRlNni-nOlJSE, HULL, Nov.J, IbOa. Resolvf.h UN.\NiMoi;slv, /fflHAT the sincere Thanks of this Corporation X be giviHi to S.\MUKL THOJtNTON, Rsq,rfor his faitliruTandlifaependeniTondUTrlasHIV]eml>er otvtl�e^kitinb Senate, and particularly for his prompt and unwearied attention to tiic interests of this Commercial To,, n during the periodof Four Successive ParliJiments. By Order ot the Worshiptul the W nrdens, &c. . JAMES GREEN, Secretary'. TIIEiNEW LOTTERY, n^hich bt-gms Di.iwmg January 13th, ISftT, containing Prizes of      l.;JO,Ot)l)     are       l.G9,000 2. a..... 5v,.... P,f4:6liy*��ljfewft^y iii^ univei|,e for Netvoi}^ Oom--JfJjpfaiirtiiWftHit'tibNjfeMUl ItestflRvttveaiid r^-nnimatmg l|.iln� ' of I^to ju'd H:ea�tb5iwul,t!�c�afc4'andbea, Medicih? in the ' *-orUI. Ill U *u)t �rel�?n4e ..M ar, f^.a.^g,^Vi^^^^^^^ 20 40. 5,100, 25,000 20,000.,.,..,.----- �10,000 10,000............ 2o,o;.)o 5,000 ........... 15,0)0 1,000,,.,,..5;ooo 600.......V.,,. 4,000 100. 2,000 .50,.;..2,000' 20..,,.....,.: ioa,ooo. l 250,000 Half, Capitals Determinable. First-drawn 1 ickct, 1st day L Ditto 3d dfiy.. Ditto . ...f..,,.., ,5tbda/ ,. Ditto............last day ,. PRICE. Ticket,;,.,.,....... ;i....L.19 W 2 0 20,030 10,000 �),) )0 1.5 0 Quarter..______..,...�>  2.0 11 6 Eighth.; Sixteenth rickets and Shares are on Sale.at all tlie LiccncedXottery Oiiices, andbv their Agents in the Cimimtry. '        ' Tlic above immense Capittil PriSfeSstrfe the greatest, in a Sch'-'me ot so few '1 ickets, cverprtfBented ia< the.aniialg ot Lottery Adventure,- 'ihiB,fi^t is indisputable. But'the votaries of Fortune, to participate of such unprecedented jopulencc, mustbe.oii the alerts iis the Drawing coitimi^nces go early ;is the 1 jtn of Januqxy ncjft 2 Prizes of l.SCOOP 2-,.....a^ooo 2........    10,00!) I' b Prizesnf Ii,5,0fl0 - a .'..H.i,�off 8 WTFT anrl Pn Nn n'l^'onlfi'v iiul No 1Q. and P.�TsL's; .is al  arM of    particularly reci�mmeiwlcd in Cohtusioiis, -p,osedj by the. mrtistness of the Air, tliat constiuiilg? tends towards Colds, and is ever accompmiied by a troublesome and cvt:ntually dangerous Couch : this, if not remf>V8d> d.'iily increases in obstinacy, extciuiing its baleful cltedSipver th\; neak and tender frame, or wholly destroying the funeU()ii3 of the Lungs in the most robust Persons. Tlie Balsamic! Elixir(Or Cough JJrops) of Mr. Robberds IS conipoundf'd to meet those evils, to restore the tone ot tlr? Ciicst and its contents, add theKehy disehurge tiin.t ttiidejicy to Confuaiption and Astnma, everlouiid to succeed sncli iijuh ryot thc-rhuflf;^. In long contracted anil olistinute cuses,'a few botHes;*{tre ncce.  Bntlcr, No. 4, Cheqpside, 1* cnffiived on .a black stamp, which is aifi ved to each liottle: all otiiers arc counterfeit.^. ir,old VVIiolesalc and Retail, bv appointment ot Mr. ISonherds, Apothecary,at Mr. Butler's, No^ A, Cheapside, corner Of Paternoster-Row ; and Rfctail by Clirk, S^i.^i Bfti'on-h; Slrattoii; Leicfflter-squan;;- aud-inost Comitfy McdicineYe^J^cdi, ui Jlt^ttlt^s, at 2s. 9d. and6s, e;ich.     .� M. SPEKDIMAN'S STOMACH PILLS. PEEDlMAN's Stomach Pills have boon proved, ' for a jjreat number of yeai'sj an excellent remedy for Spasms, Wind 111 the Stoiuncli, that Dryness ot skin, I'ulness and ttestlessiK'.ss, so Irequemlycvjifi-ieneed bv pcrsnns aliiicted with vN'ervous (complaints, Dehciency ot Boil, Ob-structipns in the liowels, Heart Burn, Custiveness, Cholic, Gout, Vainitiiigs, HeadAclis, &c. Tiiey supply thp necessary proporiiou ot juiceo in tlie stomach, by winch Digestion ispromoted, and relieve those dclmitated symptoms attendant on thoseatHicied with sfomauli cnmiilaints j iFany thing is wanting to provetliEirvtrtues, the testimony ot a numher ofpsr^ons ot character aud fortune maybe adduced tor a great number of years. These' Pills have by their intrinsic worth inaliiitained a great- reputation, without' the aid of public advertisements, ljut the knowledge of their virtues is now very confined, and the public prints being the only medium through which they can be generally known, leiulefs the necessity or resorting to ,tins mode to avow their virtues.- They are particularly recommended during the course of sea but:iiiig and drinkingthe sea and mineral waters.  Prepated'ffiny by T. Shellito?, jun. Druggist, Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex, by virtue of an assignment from H. and J. Beswick, sole iSoprietors ot the receipt, by the will of M, Spcediinan, None are genuine buttho.se having his signature on. the stamp, and wrapping paper.-r-Sold wholesale and retail, and for exportation, t>y hu appointment, by Shaw and Edwards, No, 6v), St, Paul's Church-yard; and Bacon and Go. 1.50, Oxford-street, m boxes at-2s, 4s, 6d, 10s. (id. and one guinea each'; and may be hud at Ihei principal venders ifttownandcountry. .        . For RHi;UMATISMS,SI�RAlNS, CHILBLAINS,&c __ Dr. STEERS^sOPODlijiDtW,         rnpiIIS-: Mcditine, from its oxtraordinaryEffiGacyj A'-is justly entitled to the Jleputation it. Tins so long ae 1 quired above every other Pieparattoaif theJiiud.  By its warm, penetrating, andattcnijuting..qualities, it is found to be the most powerfiSl application in-Rljt,UinutiimK,Spa.iins S�fft,u.},Co.> OlSces. 1^. JUBW LOTTERY. *i    u \ liiJbot .wour(il�Mnd ti) relVeSh th'e !cgs Bnd ffiiifnfter long cxcr fclfieltiwalklbgi'''�itspeedily removesCUilblaihs.sindif used in time*. �A'lJl-witevent'Uiera t'bin beeaking, but tor this pur-, posei It bhobwivedissolved and applied .^arni. . i �ord only by- F. Newbery avid Sorts, No. 45, St. Paul's Ghurcb-vard, fcuriilon, �n Bottles, price 2s. 6d. each ; and � by tlifelrnnpointmentbj' Ditev, andStittpir, Bow Chwch ard; Batoti and Co. 15Q, aiitt Allen, 7S,-Oxtord-street (rtttuthiR- has"rcce?i'c(l' /<(jited    ^    JJi�<8tJHBaM5 contain*^    ' '2    PfiwMP .L.SWI901.8    Pmes of    LJOiOOflt i / f-vu-r.......'Wi^^/'.'-v--'-?'- , i�  * <^R.*e?( �Jf Al^e^atei Mtecy'-pfliil foft' dbMiittotr, �W ^. \ J be ., elated-lonha ' v<'sscly 'wilt blockl vilb _  , _ ,      _ irrlk;'ttrinubtles.;wili: tpir;,4hd�inlpiv8' wltt' be ,stveiigtliw�Wi; the eilisi-wj;jl BQ,i;(^yereji}AVjUb4iriu tleslu.the, ej^baustcd ' be ,t'�i^�i(fohea4 the imuovefislK'd watery ^,aiS�c^itehm brtOai*^ '   1. .... 1. , VaUa&ftjlknfi'Itt MlM^ ,i)aij,v ii�iqg.,sl>i.rUs,^H^ Vcfte; ;estiolt'will besi)roinotc\ I in ^  , |iJUr, :iier&^^^^ lii; the hiipp ..... iUtail by tifM, R�v*il ad2j;paU-MulJ; piioe 8tvaud,. ucav T.emplf' Bu^ Exchange J 36  Oxfoitl-ntlreot i and ililf. Od^verbuUte. ^ ^ \   ^ fipr Kosr B�tUc* f itt be sapt (0 w rtc lPflSt,eff,;otwJ-'r*to�lj I l-'wS'W! Mar!;iU or, J807, ihdutiui; imd to te paid for by lU'J; p.-ii/ablt, icit/i Jnloreti, nii^aty dityt uj'if.r lUilc. , � ThetuniUtion'i iif thofiiiUrwli muif hi seen lil the Secre-(arfi Ojjke^al Ihh OJfici ;or liy apftljlti'f; to (/le Cullsqtor i.f tltii Citdums ai Varfliou;h; or tn Sir. ilaacW, ^Jgcnl fnr lAi: yictuaUtns liciiiultniintut Dovar. �  .-ii Ni> regmd Kill be had to am) Pcmkr in tcrdrh the Price shall not br. instrlcd in wurdiat length, or that sknlt'Hit b&iUliner^ to Unlioardr belore'Oticu^Cliiikoii.lhr.siiut ^ioadaisthe U^tk iiKtiint, nur uhIuss the I'mstmK/io iiiake.i the Tcncferi- onsoine I'eriuiii �/i fu.t behalj, altcitdt,l^n aiiimir vhen Mlled.tui'- -.:      VICTUALLlNa-OFFICK, DeC.lJ,,;ieoi. ri 1HK Coiitmisyioiier/ifor ViclnuHtng Ilts J)liijL'S' JL ty'i JSttiiy do hereby /in-^ �J\'i>ltci:, that on fViUav, the \$tli.ihiitiuUy-they nnU be mmfif in iretuvt.. TrttukrH in mriling (scii\'S C\C.LOmvt>l-A,' To heciiiuplrted in T wo Aionths. THE TiONTH P.iRT of this NEW and COMPLETE DICTIONARY of ARTS aijd SCI-E.N CEs, ,wbieh includes every modern improvoment and discovery, ivas published t� is day, ahd may be Imd of all Booksellers, price iNui  Qr a Ilistqrv of X  the Rise, pfOgress, and. Trmiuplis of tlic 'DRI I'lSH NVVY, from the time of VLFREI) to ibe^ GbtHUt^US A''lGTORY of TRAFALGAR, inteppsi^wHlv �W�ee-AMcs and Notices of the silcccssive linproveuientiinNa,v^5a-tion, Ship-Byildnig, aud Nav;il TacJjcs. : By AVIlliASI BrRSEY, A.M. .    .    . Master of the Nav/d Ac^ulfeinyal Gi�ii)ot:t,&c.-) t � The National ImporUnce of such a Gojui>lt   and c�-'ttpen^ dnHii Work a^-the abovc-ruietition^a, will,,atit^ie prpseut  moment, be generally ftlt,. "" ,.�     ^ Tl>9 Editor jias oiiil^ to�>b3ervcvtliat ho l^fis.�id�4Xou�'ed throas;Uout to inculcate ;i spirit of eiuulalioa, by Rit^iji!* ot whtcti^ each suacefcd'in^ rac5.vof l>.aval Herocs-nwy he,|ed to imitate the brtghtcst t^xanipleS n;cQ61ed: lanitf A5i�il?,;iiiiiA he has also in every pavt-studiously blcpd^ ii^netiou with , eutertammenl, - '      ' Printed for Richai:d-Phillips,>^''of. ^.'BriJie-streei^BLick-friars; r.iKlseld'byall the BonkseltetS atUWisiimdtb, Pl^- or mouth, Chatham, Corkv Liverpool, -HulljCfttepocJi, F' mojthj iind^otlieicS.ea'POil-. ' - Ofwhomway be had Iw. the samtsiAatior,.;-.-THE :if^VAB HKROLM)f GRl'A.T-BRtl'AlSr. u. Liveg-of distinguwlied AdmirrJsand Co4unianSlE�Vf*�>TO*Sir Vravcis Drake tju> Lord Nelson,' 'n-ith.-S4' 'F 'ub;;ix Charts, pnte 7�, 6d- bound atid luUcr^di' f>J!Oi�-^i--ua&te paper elegantly bo^.^.. ^ ,. ^ ..COiitatniufi:. utuclv4idd�tiMial'<-MaHer; -nmlr amc^" fafanaatWiiii, .ii�jWip^l�a with' the �y,iiu, aj *�wll|B�on4!i� pflBtibly ri�ttrdXv'�' WtMfe litoasure, t wsto Mite  �Kitiicvt.wrcai�ia�r�<-ti m^ntte^th. hlsllff, Ifhefcltftoi anddcllcat^ciiMifHttttwn' . \ Th�e9nvi�e WBOtclnc-ii. preoarea and �iHuiur; AU* SwJ^man, Ko. 'Jl, Fiitb^trco iHitilei Aiidby-ju)! thg lospectaWe ^w'ntond^ pcrtie�,r-' yj,ttut FHU, &c. aesliui dHlent wA 4uiH(�)'OQ9-hnp ilhe -AVat- Attioj^l^fr M tft^�r��:aslou�i�f-vsnTOitt^p kiol. Afllhorof thftU^sw of Aiietdni wan bee (.^irtiehi . a)Mitiuu*.aiidJt>V^V .anA,*ii�gtsttliie(il, v%c, &f. and tla^teal SMntUJHi .tieiiC-fbrwtiicli he l|jHs a RV>lwitifie
                            

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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