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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 22, 1806, London, Middlesex                                .   ;   TliiJATil R ,KO V A ^ Jw'u It Y^LA N E.    �;: ^ >fi'^-r.-, inmrfeo    o jultf/f.       . .  Ktomf*, Mr. l:;Hist6n ; ^ It. SiiWoii?. Willi ; or, Tli.> Sir.CK ..r Mvi.NTtiATy:. ''''ToMhoVlow^ l.oV'trs'Vows'; v.itiriVlwt-lii fr^^'#ickpts";ind Pku-cs foT the li(>ix.>li� ^ iuiii of iMr, gprlns;; atthe Di'tx OtHoi-. � . ?        _^ TlfEATREROyAU COVEN r-(iA1ll>KNv HIS present KVlviflNG will bu performed I llie Tra�'tlv6f .       : ' KfNGRICIIAFlD rriF. TH.HJD; Kin.!;Jik-'ijitf.lr Mr. C'ooluvt.Qucen^ Mizulii.'t!),Mr-. St; Alter wbii'Ii will be nerfai'mi^d a new f'arrc, callcJ V   AHHJTRATIO-\ ! or, Frceaiil K.sv. The !Proli)Suc to be >j)o'icii by Mr., l''iirlcy. To wliirh will be allied, . T�E KESEliTS Ol y Miss 'IViref, in Arbitr.uion, by Ditto;-Te- ixiii uubrtihedj.at       lloijsot-i.'e .Music Warehouse, 43, / Hijh.Uolborn,   � rfljrE Farourite-.aV'E'RTURE and ACT SYM- iaiicit-Miumiiieii Oyerture .'is'T) Act Syi;ii!iioifL-s i,> M.u-i)tth, ri^pnsed:j�ythe-5aine Author. �l|Jf7^^n:fe.D a ftaf>n SV^COND.HAN   COP'. iTTi;-  i?ER, that wiU .btcw- from Fifty i'o Eightv ikir-, fctiff-Any pPfji'n wisli.inj; to.dispoaGOf such a on.', v.'ill im-meJTaifiyfind a .oiirchiiaerv by ud:lnssinga line, psst-jhiid, VL/>berBb.i|;.iriforiiri*li the'ceis!ni>\y at th& ('bniinission Rpo n. I-fidirS' tiiinkix t!�e C)irijttnt>s Uecjs;.," ;idv.i:it;igeOuiiiy. Instract- �'r'.-r>^4dlTR '.J. 'I'hfavi.lJ,^, ;     '  '      ;  ' of the, l.itc .Mr. LOiiB wisiiiiv^ to'aminge his alfaiis'as expeditiously ubpuisil-.le, rc-Huest those'wlu) iir^; in di'l>t to his KsUaic'to uisi-!iiir:|o llie 8 tcie at thejr e�vly cor.v-riiitnre. Theyaho doire r.il por-a; r^'^-'Virit'denmnils oif his rstyte imincdiatcly U) srnd tiieir elaiiiis i;. i.i. GiiisoK, and >i'.:ssiNt;, !>a;L"r u!iic!i firiii the btiiiiiefsAVill be caiiicd on in futnie ; and' they take this L ;^'�i.:r'-OiiityOf aeji.Liintinff th;" pirticul.iv friends'of the de-� ..1 ', th.-'t liis Widow and Chit.lren will participate in tlie of the Trade,  '':� , X^OUNG GKiNTLKMAN.'S IR^S.SAR and jS. dtiK'rxDRlJS.Siiijmade ill the most Tasteful aiid Ele-^^lutUKtniii'r, i>y,S. Cl.A!} K,; Tiiildr, of No. ISiRathbpne-phiee, O.-.ford-strcot, late Foreman to.Mr. Alien, in liond-�rpct. H. CLARK, hegs 1 ave. awo, .to infoi'in KoWenT^nand i^i'entleme!!, thnt'he 'ii\;i:^'Siin Rej^iioentals, Xavat UiiifDVins, Siii.l (Jeatl-'e-ieir.'; Clotiios oi' eveVy dcseriptio.i in the niosf tiishionaUle JM.iirvr, oftopfriuV  lMt>i:i, and M;it-rials,. ,Likewise, Si'rv.iiit'fil.iveries. eADDLE GlimiS, ]>iu-ticularly ailapted for low shouldered Uor.-ics. ; ti;e good quatii'v of the above is by keeping the Saddle tV.'ini ridiiig foVward o'r'prcssiii^-on I'm: liorfc's WiliUT.-'.' There are manv thmuwid tervieeable and 5.()od ^'oir^ llapiPs which have no other iViult tiian tliroWfnj the Saddle forward ;-lhe lnvent Ti;,' trie only Inventor, a( his olil ostablisiied Gold and hilvevXiacc--SIW)ffi.' No..-20, Routnaniplonr-street,- (. oveiit-iTar-den.-It is-nnpoisibleanv ewn be made to answer tno purpose i'xcepttjie Inventor s, as he is enabled, by (Jic very si '*'it niamfi-to luanufaclarctnc materials for Uu-ui on piirpiise. " AVl^NTER BOOXy. -M.^CGWANv (from Ho]))='.s),- Iiavin^ jusf  completed Ills Wniter btock, moM rcppecihdly lufo.ms" /lie l-Jublic, thai thpyniav be iraniedintelv sunpUed Willi hlliONG indrAMiro^J^hll BDOi^-S.'-jior^ w 1. r^ir.tefl HI every respect equal to bespoke, at his ide.nulitctcjry, 5U, fetrandv where the rtiost extensive Assorinunt in I;on(ion �f theiibovo Articles is conttantlv kept j and mcon^^ideratioii ol t4ie advantii2;es ot Prompt pavinerit lie isenaoled to submit fliem ti) tin: Hublic, on the foUowiivv verv redneed terms,: heiiip; lull percent. unAerttie usual errdit price-G,alf-:-kui Hessians, U, lis.-Ditto, i fSack-stiap, U. l;s.-(Jalf-skiii iockfy, l/.Kis.i 4 Plain, 1/. 7s.; IViilitarv Boots ami-Shoe's pronortionably cheap.-N. B. One- Ptn>^from 5SJ1S. LUCAS and Co. beg loavo to inform thosp that may he in Want, .in-i de-sir0iij�l Uorrow-Mlj: tehiporacy bp perntianent Sums ot .Moiiev. tnat they are enabled;tondvatice any sum to those'that arc possessed o{ �ny assignable propertyiu eonsideratioii- otja fair .wd eq�^t-� 3ble Annuity Interest heiag paid for the same. As also to thoicr ePItitowff j^rdf>frtv on their pwn persona) security. j&mlturtIiqi';-M�sr6ivfeBcas and Co. bfcg leave to say that tkcy wiil qp�lBCt''evcrv Is egotiatioijitlial mav be coinm ittcd J&tneiEconfidence With the sreafcst expedition and economy i anAttose enomioas charges and expeiices tliatarc in-^^riabtytniposed aiidJdemanded ia most jiftcuniary transaction* will he jvboUv,'CVi)(ded,.by those that apply to Messrs. JCuuts-and Co at "No Tmisstieet, ^d Iphi, Stiaiid, fiSUieMn^cftoH orby lettftppiist paid.' ' IfOa CiiU'GJt9, -CUtOfs.. A.STIJ,MA, .-i.id GONSOill'-Tl-ON, ftmiil ROJjtS  114,L'>VM1C   tLlXIR,   tr ^OUGH-DIiOPS nnjCEii^'Tjy^ijt}'^ Ltlt'braled Di op?, by their happy JL and iiuinediate ellcctii^removing thc.mo-it; obEtinate tuusU or Catarrhyfinrt nil tendency to Oonsiimptionv rtnider 4lipiii av&HiablO' tuirttly,; Aledle-ine/- And when^ive ionsider ffwyvariubleoca*,jOJ;jjiiF liU;.ift(l tjuittrom.tiiisi,staking rold, origiiiaUMt BliiUiiude'of i)nseU5??,ii!ip*Msttil)'iay. \)aft the Ohojit, aliensive .6ctuth,a can f.^stily �fie happy, iifll'c^s t^icjf, h'lvvfl.recieWcl'l from' iti- wheiyuvury otherinenicalassistHiiegljad.failed. . A CA^iMjfttfil-KJbsCiVe the nine of I' PUtlcJ, Ntf J, .Chcai��iO[e-,ji?ttJfir'Wed'oil-a;blat:KHl9mpvWhit!li is affixed to *ich fxntle aH njtliers an; couutcrXcita. boldbv .Hiywiirt-riiwit of Mr. Jloberds, Aiiothqe/iryj-HtMr. BittUr Sjsjsa. ;4; Clicapsii({e?�f<)r(iiH-olI�(UernoSt,or-r(ywj?ina retail by CdarKv %9, BoroHhi AHeu, /b, O�,lor�^rtt�utt gthtto.i," ei sl>o w .v i'. UucK-i.r.fi, the Creditors of JOHN llGCKLl.R, formeiSv War'iiinsler, in the Count.^ of Wills, but late of l!.i,Uinio! ill Ainerie.i, are, on or lierjre the'2id day of .iaiiuarj iu-\i, ti> cDitie inand prO\'e their I)el)t-before Tlohn Sinieoo, Ksq. oiif of thciWaiters of tlve said Conn, a' his .Chambers, in Sovithaiiiplnu-buildiiigs, Clianeery-lane Lo.idoii, or in default thi ivofthey >viU he pereiiiptorily e.'Lcliided'the benefit of Ih" said Oerree.   ' �� .. "ANTED, to ilont, a. good I^AMILY JIOUSK, complclely ftiinislied, situated between "0 and 13 riiilis WCBt of iLondon. ilainpv'.iire would be preferred. Some land not exceeding .'JO -acres^ iiidepenileiit of . shni'.ihery,; f^urdeii, iSic. will be, required.',, Uirect to .'Mr. 5.id:ii::tuil, St.'Jaine3's-atreet. '�' NKW^YEARVCOtTEllY. Begins Drawing on the r>th of next idonth. A Grand and JRich SCriiiM H. I S()CU;TV rOR HCilOOLMAKTKUS. 1 r-piU'] SOCIETY of SCI100LMAS]"i:ilS i -JL; ho.'d their JVilith Annual iMecfiris at the Crown and { Anchor Tavern, in the .Strand, on 'I'HJiSDAY the 30ih 1 instiiMt, I I'residint, thi; Ri.irht Rev, GKORGK ISAAC IIU.N'T1>G-l'"t)Ji^>, Lord Bishop of (dnuceitcr. vici; PREs>i>i;\ri. ' .  The Rev. AVilliam V iiicent, J). I), Dean of Westiiiiiibter. The Rkv. .S.liiiuel Pavr, ii. D. Prebendary of St. i'aul 3. COM.MITTEE. I'Oa 180.'.i, Ch-irles lJurney, 1.. 1/. 1). & F. R. Ji. Chainnau, I itov. Matthew Rains, I). D. & I'. R. K. Deputy Chairman. 1     Jlev, A. (.'rombie, 1,. 1,. D. I Rev..). Liuusay, O. I). of...... L.^diUdJ) ....of------..   20,IXK1 ....ofKMWO of of of &e.       lie. (Rickets iuid SnAIU^-.-We-; soiling in great JL   N'arie.ty  i-.t. e.i Sixteenths. Likeche tlie'i'iekVt. No. (;,051, a Prise of .WO', v.vis sold in One U'uarfer. 'I'uo' lii^htils, aild \ iiht hsixleenths, and niimerftn; ('iti)itat i'rizi-s  Inforuier Lotteries to-aj;reat amount. "The present Sehciiio cl;ilii,i> p-.i'ieui'.r iiilentioii; liie few' iminbir of'iiielteti^, anl'" the rich I, lii of'.ipitali, fviyes i�, a decided preference over al' former ^k�ilelnes.---(.'orrt^p^)iul^ ri:.�, and a 1 Lnsiiii'isi relative to ilic LoUer,, Mill be p lid pariicuUir attentiont-o, .N. 15." All Letters inuit be post p:iid. 'J, GokNMli.L, and i', Cil.".Rl.\G:-CROKS., LilSli eiitivaf.s the Piihiic to  iwitisc. the' J_ . senKSIE of the prespt,LOTI'l';R V ; it will be 'found ttvcohlain the usual JSuinbi r of Capit;il I'ri'/.es. witfi the adriilion of tw 0. Prizes of ;JO,o;)0?,   The last Prry;e of-U.Oi).)'. ever drawn wn? sold af his Olliees, in .Slii.re:;, where one t'viic of iO,l)'J0',    J'rizes of 5,0^^1. .-mil two i^iizcs of w>iv sold in Sharps, in the l.isi Lolt '.rv, niaki.ij^.'O C'n-pit.il siilil by him in the present \ ear.   'i icivcftand Shar. i>:iiV L.cMiiig at the above Olf C.-s, in .^^reat yarif-ly, iind the I rtiilx Viill please to notice, th it no private Loflery will be decided by til.'present, w4iicU begins' Drawing- tlicT^lh of Jumf:iry.--Prc!ent Price ;- Air. -S.iird, i;ev. W. Sha-w, A. M. .joliii airachaiij L. L, D. Rev. (i. Gibson, A. iU. Rev. A. Grecnluv, D. D., Rev. .i: Hewlett, b. iJ; Ur. K  '/v y^*'.y    I uf H'ar, it:: hcri:.',y ^ive Nni'.t:^, fhaliliKij Kill bt ri-.iui^ nt /fi* �Oj/i     i.n '!'ui--.v.l;iy, Oit �:;,','( f//.la;iuary, l&>'i,lo.repni>c *-nlid 'Jcii'l-.:-'!,        ii-i :i< villi s'i'--', j-'ji-iiiti lit null) ht urill iig tij i.�n-Iriiii j'lv i.'itp'ijh'i^' ihi- utiihi-nirntinn:,!rthii:l j'61 tli". uj'lli-i l;o;.-ii! ii'x-|)i!al at l-'lym.mth,/; ti/H the Ul fe!i;n;irv) is (I T<:iiii:i- nilt da. rei::-ir:'tl iij'lnr One irClud: rui lite thr^ ofTiKUli), nor ani/ tiotueil, anlcsi^i lite. purl;l, or an air^ uf fiir iii.Ill i)t'i-si,!iul'yuUi'ml.i. J'ridt Tinder iiiUH I'u (tcojmjtnnl lc I'cnoni eiiga'�ln^;'tii ixxome .l/juntl icillitJie I'&i-udu ts!Ul::ii:i-;, in IIlc-sum uf .'lOOf: for i/ie . lUi:'jtcrfiirinanc'.'iif the Cutdrui-.l. j\lr. Adams, Itev.: Dr. ti.Hller, ^iNlf. Cardj Ticket.,...V..... .L.19.:los. Lighth........... L.'2 Sixteenth.......... " I 11 (j iraif....;.:,... L.IO 2 0 Qii ii'ie.-....... .     .') >i  0 . (jCf Pe-.-sntis ill tUi; Country juay he supplied by, sending, up Pe.sl-Oiiiee Orders,-; Ca3a,.oV Bank Notes, either by Post �or Coach.  .-, ,     ' . ' , ,  , ' ',� � '1 lliy LUCKY LOTTKRVOJTiCKS!!! JIMlANiCGMli and Co. Propriotor.s of  No.M',, IlGLBORNi yy, CO-RiVlllLI, and ^JS, H lMAU KliT, where Tickets and Share.s are now si-illi'.jj, recommend an iiuinediate purchase in tlie'GRA N D S rATii LOT'l'LRV , that begins Wrawiiijj llic Lith of ilext Month, an-l Which contains more C.-ipitnl Prizes foi- 10,01)0 Tickets than were tna"r^.'nown. The above I'viiprietors be;; leave lb offer ty tiie pabfie atteiitii)n the fo-llowiiig Jireatsuceeis that lias attended those numbers sold by tlii'in in the Lottcri-s for , 1800, and i, which were divide'd in 'iii? dilfereiit.Slmrei uf Capital Pfiiics, namely,- ' Nos. :     L.      � Koi;. � � -L.    � rj,71i)a Prize ot L.l'j.OOO    1,1)77 a Prize of L. .HjO'^O 7,?.i?........... �0,   lly�7l,....______...J,OOJ �7,;iH6.......... .20,020  17,915 -'i/jiU--- , ij,-;m3     .....��20,00J le.soi y,ui)d t',?i9..........: 2o,o;)J............ ........... �0,-.10J  17,177 ....____.... ],0;>0   � 13,747 ..   ...... ,10,00.)    :),y:jO.............1,,K)J Likewise I'i Prizes of h'ML -&e. &c. and where the. iirit �jn,',),);I.'. Prize (;vnrs1i;;ivd wi'ssohl. Hi-ATl-; LOITI/RY. . o............Prizes of.......L.'30,0.10 .'J..........V..-...............____....'20,0,)0 2.....................------.....,......I0,(K)O    - , y...................... 5,000 Ac. ^ce. A:e. . "T TA/. VRD, BURN 1 , 1 i 1 ( o  No. 9 3, Roynl ii. l'..vch;ni^'e, Loiuion, are i-iv>w selling Tickets and ,S.harcs for llif ;state LottJrv, which b'sms Di-ji .una: the l,!th JA- a, the RcaeiTie or wliicli contains the above C;nii le Serv.iiits,      . .   . . � ULAYN !vV, -'   . � Lieut. CoL y-th Rf.!i-. :iud Colo,'ol, forSelf and isiviher ;.>!lieei-i. ANSWKR.'      - " To the Right Iton. Lord P.L.V-i N L/Y, Colonel Couimand-in-:; iai ii;'.ii,.ilion5;.itii Re^jimen'l. j\ly dear Loisi), .       � 1 hasten to reply ti) the kind Md 11 iftcriiiiT; eoin'oiinir.'^ti'in  w:hi(;h you have juit in.iue me fro:ii the C�.!Cv'rs of tiv; Lv i!i Regii-.-. i,;!uinl' ler.rct. .If to h;i,ve .-acquired the atLicliuiei'it. anu go.-).i iiphfien of nii'ii who:i! I '.i,ve aiid tstoerii, w'h'> are a-i ih).;i)uv      tlsi.-'ir . prof Virion !ii!4^tiie.-!irelvf   be a rfonrce of iiifhiito del ij-'it, 10 k'liD-vv ihyit 1 arait.ni�V�as?r live auiuiii^-^i. tiii;;ii, is4ijfi.Vi,-a o'f re,i.!-orrow. � i-Ia\e'the goodne'ssio infiirm Iheav-lliat,! .T^eeiil. ,-,vith t'le; wann.vt aciC'ic-wleg-jneKi* thei,rl-.;tl-r,.:uil faeir t:-'i: them thf.t tl;e i.-iasr'\vill, throHif'.i uW .ay ,Ui',-.,     ,. ;-,,d,ie.- t:i rai,->rorln;ie, .and add anetv zwt to b:ipi)ini-~;,       !. t i!;.--;,; know that the L.tiir c.i.n ii.'V^T bcco.nc a'f'ci>->:iry ta my re-' collecting thciiv w ithchellvelicst ^dviv-uive; s-i lu.-y"    ;i-icmi;;"> remain,-. �    . ' ''. A/i'are them, I b"g of yon,-'of tny.fi-ieere rir,.!' �jt.1>:u, wishes fir thv'ir future W'i'lfire an.!- -uiraiy.; and u itii cvLM-y kind rc|',-aT I aiid.aiL'clion.ile �C(!tiii;eiiit inr yo.:rc.di ati.i I'or them, believe tb.ai 1 am,'and shall ai'.vi'.^s be, . '>.ly d.vi? Lord, . Your and their mirciiattiUacd'tiiid faitliful Scr-/Erif, ti.. iVU;il�A>. .. Lieiit. Celoiiel fth GjiTisoa i5ultii!io!;. SUUTIIWARK PL';'.LlC SUHSClRlPflO-V BRi;wKRY, wt-SToS-sTii iie/r.      � GKNMJINL: RLER from AL\LT an! 110 i'.s ON f      -NATilANllvL BRlCIv.VV()0!J, !-:sM.'Ch;i.ir.-.i,!i:. . rF^Hi . ol Lombar i-.-lr, '.'iirlhnr I'artkulurs niuij he kiwlj/i b;) upplifing uuLliis (\jjlcc, to the Stwardnn(lAgsnlofUioxuiilHo^lii!tiI.:^^:y^ . : \      TRANSP()RT-OFFJCi-;, Dec. I7i l^OSi.' / A �^he Cotnmi^sipncrsjhr conduciiiig IUh^iajes. If'oufiuen offi'^ar, _____ , ^ 0//icf, nn Thunida'y, ilw 8/A u/J iinuary, 18J7� '01'eMiiirstaird 'J'enihr.', iinil treat jieitfCiuck I'ersunis lu majf be wHUugIv^ton-t.riict I'tirsnjipt-iing the Un:lerineuliiintd Aeticlcs fur thf. S t-vii^ o/M� Royal'Hospital at Ha.lar,/rum theiyl (>/ �c- iiie. : Cloch: on thrdau Se.iI'OH,'Ited Port Wuie,.aiul Alountain VVi All Tender tcitl he receiefid i'finf Oiti-. o'Clt ofTi'aUy, nor ani) natUedy unksii.thc Party^or mi Ag-vit fiyr hM, .p. . of the iUid llo ofc).,'>.    � ~?D'i;CCLLECTIONS of PARK, in the Years .,i5v .i; i'i? Si.'?ai},..'.>lu.'rst^-- iiof=, luia Orme, Paternos.-; tt-.--r'.ivv,; ai';i C7-.aii!ae.d'i>a>^i;:^s,';;fraii-.'.. Of ii'^ni nuiv be hid, h-,'thesruiie Vu'.l.'Or, MOnt/HN  U-;-?.ef'; in t Wo \'.,-.%ni-,..V; Oct'.-,Vf\ jirJce V'-''^ in, ii.-v..i-.?s, f'hj ^oc':r(.!;l KUiti:);], Mitii; cai!>t,.U;ruliio: Aii^I � ;i]^CREATIONS;:,consiVlin^ ci,iea'v- �ol-^.ti lUurei Oil Uie Do^i.ettlc a,i;l Rtiu,] i^cuijxnvcifii/e . I'.vo I'.LiVi-r.iti'-.cd.ii''-'and i liiidouc. ;;i;^.Rev. \ViLJJA-',f'j'ENN.VjiT, LL.i:), .:;.A.?. ^�ii,;! !�cly :';;?;/ oi' his M^icitv'- Chaulniih Li ;!idi:i! ".. .�.-i';iuster- ,,-------... j';f:t'y'.- Chapl., P.riia.u i'o,r.Li!U:';nuai, !!ur-t, i.e''-. and Occie r-;w; a'ld ,.'1,1111 :'.(i'.U'rson, Ldiiiuai-.-ih " Dr. Teimant, in iiij i;vo vuium.-s, Ikw conirmmicated a greater.nv.is3 of cnterUinina: and ii;.-.ful i;:forniaiit�-.i, i-onctru-'iig India, .t;v;i:i illiy :pf,his im-decinsoijr in the school- of I'.i.stoi-h rueraiiire. i-'r,)in t!ie elos; pelith.il n 1 itiea in wiiieh tii.it Cuunlry stiin.ii 11 us, as S'.ibjicls of th;^ sarne liovfrii-n;eiit, evcrv luiriiiiLmt of the ili-!ti>!i IsfeJimy be siT'inosed to i'eel a particiilav ;i;terest in iiscoiieeni-s aii.i ane.-rn'e-t desire 11 be ;i'.'iu'.:ii,.i.'dwith its ciirt'dition,   'i liai ii.-vlr,-' Will here be gralid-.?.'' ...    .  .... - .1111 i id.H-ue-iJiricw. t)et. 1805. X h.'b DJOK e ,)nt:ui;? ;i, 5re.'it dca! n\ ciirioas and i:!ij)ortaiit cn'2ed it '.yiU! ii"iciimoio:s siiiisfac I'lou  it n;;i.:ier : \-. e hdv,.- p e,;,it.iii!S iiilicli :e:)!' �...................� ii-i^-rdiati:)!!, iKith eiu-iou.uiKi HHuoriiUii" (�n I Viireny lit ;Lil^;-cl::, tliaii the title eintu! piiislbU have led 11 to r; are Hankers to t:ic (;oinpanv;   l'>ool huiiseriptto.i at their hou.se, whei\; tne .v^rosjiectus n hail, and every iHloriiiatioii a.s to its resp.ictauilit,. ^   By\1rdercfthe Direciors,        . S.\MUKL WARRWi), S Weston-street, ,lUh Nov. liiO-. ive ' be 01 tir\ ii(.iltery Oliices '�in, Coifnliill, IMaixaret s Hill, Borough. Cnariug-Cross, and St. r0-^11 riNLWLOITERY,v\hich begins Draiviijv 2 2 y. 3 20 . "lO.-5,l(^ JaniJtiry 13th, lfej)7, coatalanig  :..   � r^      � w        Art., ..... Prizes ot L,.30,000 'il^OOO. 10,080. 5,ono: 1,0,)0. 600: . noo.- .'.�51): 2or arc L.fiQ^OOO 1�000 20 000 .   15,000. .    5,(-)00 4,000 i^OlU 2,000 102 00.? 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