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   Courier (Newspaper) - December 29, 1806, London, Middlesex                                t^rlcft 60 . TIIEAtRE ft'6YAL, bnimy-LANE. jfT^Hl^' jjVesw^t JBvening His ; Majesty's Ser. .JL.i.vants.w^U act, aCtimedy, eallrd . LOVKltS* VOWS. Frederick, Mr. EllisloD; Amelia Wildpnhaim, Miss Ray. After wliich irtllbe performed (3tl tiinc) a flew Coimc Pantomime, ^allttf Tnij ENCUANTKRS; or, Iiarle . ^ To-morron-, The BcaupiStratagm ; �withthe New Pantomime.   �  � ^  TUJiA'J'RK ROIt AL, tX)V t;N I'-CiAUIJi-N. pins present /EyEKlNG will be pcrl'yrraeil tl�e trAgedvnf C.*i:ORGE BAUNWKI-L. Cieoref Bi^rnweU, ftlr. O. Kmbie ; Millwoodi MissSmilli. Tovnicli wiU bi-aVli^d, fot tli:vlir.it till)!!, a        J^aiUo-. mine, wliich t��8'been long in l>r;-j�arati(>ii, c.-iHnd IIAIILEQUIN ANU lUOiniCR GOOSJi: Or, Iff" {.01 1)1 iN J ( G i:fi> Scpnt", Mnsic, Macumi'ry, Orefisc?, hmV �fcor.itio:i5, > Mc e*H�ji'ly iii'iv.' iiic Overture.anJiMiiiic c;>iuposcd ' r tivMr. "tVare., �,, , , ' ''^        .. 'iNj-morrow, AdnM stnd Otrnn: �. .       . . .::b.vpiB5 Ayo.t^F.!>;.-n.i.M^r;, ' .,. . ,:"Sjl;Nt;QUHAGl-:D by. uti;T)tM-ons �Frinuls atnV .-�Li the tlitl^eriii^ prospect Hi t^ii.;iraa'|;)i)rt. im(�t rt'sp^ot-tullv pK"i?ejit nivsi-U to loar notice ;isu caiiiiJati; t'oi';i ai-.it iBtiic UirJCtion ot vuur Ail.isr.^. - Aa itiSTiot my u>tei)li m ttt�i>infe foiwar,! 011 i\u- first Vti-. c-moy, I wre^UBie m tnp.cvi-fii or a tuiuro n-w to soiiciL\(tui- �JmiltOa you^KOtiaV, v fo tiApl-iin my pr;'tcjiS!oni-;       ,        :/;Jfr.)Jnvc flic ri0.nourtt>l)p. ,        -   '.  "ioarnjost(ibi'diciit .Vfrvai'*. �    JOHN R[.\(>i;\ 'vArLou. .     .T^tc J.ieitt.-(  1.11) !lie,ivii).',i;ii Aruiv. f ADM'iS and Gl-:^TiA::\lEN aroTiTr"      ' JLi;writf^aiid?Dearv Cic l-'Ri',; , I/jii!!, COCiiCaiNv a Native t>f Krtviicv, ivimv for ,t!.' \-�irs1ras {'nilort'cd hi.i jjr:>rfS3i/>!i in tins coiiiiln 0 ttli,^viri l.v. r,lr. I'tc iiru'eii ...... ..................        -rtiid !iad tlic Jwppmcfs of nt>cndi�g I'aTiiilroa ami Sciio6J.5vi tl>e first tk's- Atr.. Cou a j i n Fctm-ru li i.s hc.?t thanks lor t;j voiirsTHviyi'tl, '^'s y^ianiporl Service^ for 'ia/.-ine (>n.e of Shk'uiid . .Wuumled Hcamtii, and for the Care and CiMudy'jcif Frhaturs oftVnr, il'.herebjglue Nutice, thatiliiiitiilltfc readif al (his *W"^'i yn Tuesday, t/ic 6tii 0/ JanwM-y^'lSfJT^tor&ctiui sealed 'Jendeirs, and Iratt teilh mic/i i'ersons as miii/OeKiUiiif; to coii-tracl for nupplijing thu ttndermenlioncd ArltcUifor tliv iii.rvive oflfieKoyaX lliifpifitl at'l*lymi>alh, /rom i/u' !'�  ^7e  Is/orcPinber/'o/fM'CJNS--- " Hcff, Miitto:!, Uroad, Uiicr, IJaviris, Oatmeal, Ri^'c, Sail, Clu'eliirc ClicesL', lUucUcs, Soap, ScotcU lJarl�v, Vui(;g;ir, lauiip .iu;;ar, Rlujcovudo Sugar, Spermaceti Oil, Ucliiud yval Oil, Red I'oit A^iiie, a iniiaiiicd by a LfiLc-.fmm Lxtt rrapccta'ile fcisom.en^aain^ to ijaoine biiKud uii/i tile I'crson tandarinffy iiilhff.suiH of i)Q\}l.fur the iluejicrlurmmueortkcVontritct.. i-iirli;er I'arltniUii-'s um-ibe hnon-nbtj npp![itiigat t/ns OJ/lce, or tn Ific SleKundiiild ^�Igi'iit (ij Uici'tiDt.uoiipitiil, ' ~-   " TRANSVORT-Oe^iCK, Ucc.17, 18j;). rf^IIGownimioiicr.'ifot' amtikltug ilis,Mdjes.' � -M. Yys -innrip'jrl Srvuc-, Jor ta:;in^ cure oj SiC.k.uiiiL py oiinded Soamcn, and furilic Care 'iiit! Cttatody of I'nm ners oflVur, do hcrc'i^ ^iceL^nUreylhuUbfiini I be rendu at i.iis f.>//;w^oij'rhui�aav,<'A(;8.'/(�i/.'aNiiury, lfA\i,iorct:o�inf sco/tl^: lendirs, lindtrt'iu ii-KA :iic:i iV/.sw/m iisjihim bv mtdiif;;,t con tract fur stipplpKif tljc tfiidcrmtnh.oiitd i'tj-ti r- t/i,i> iV;\v.-(�/ ;Ar.Kf>rfrt ll �,OatiiutJ, Rlw, Salt,. {.:hi'sHirc.t.:iieeEO^ t'aTOiles, tSi)ay, .bcfltfh .IJarU-y, V i!icg;vr, l.icnp 'Mi'-far, iUii-raviido ?su>  liL iL " c' vH'i '�'"'^ I t I     on the d n/ o/'.J'raUii, f'''.'l >i<.' 'trfv.''^�''t'''""'j(�<"" y^^i'tt JDS ir^is.!ii:i!t^jC-i^ti'^ds. . tjucli, lender oimf be- �!. o a- iiti"i :>ii a (�.o.lUf )ii:a:t, inmj Uo unaivi litinppijnff 'il I'lii Ojjicc, :'lIIi /.ve snul itii'^pital. .    .   ' or <() 'rirlieitinri r.inovcd trom ^1/. Oit.rdMr l� t< )l, t.r- . Tt liuU SH'-vU u'jen- tb< c  itni t itwii "� fli 'i p't'" '^-^     n. i' I J>ttratttrc,a*tendtd OHtLisornbl  t i.us')j I" " tUc rate/it titHi'. nwit VMtl) imi? tt ntun    Pi-n it  In 1 nii�i it I tc- Iviitiw. ill pON^KX--A fjientfeinan of characfiT tind' sppctability niastrespscthilly informs tl�>sc� vctiim nij; th/'asist.uict Oittf-tiptu li orpi.rmiwU'=ji Mt i0 t   tint 'liu>r.i OK ciiriti .s d-i. 01 *'*iscinbtod tfi adVanci; any Him of i\i�n...... to te�ti�04�u\i p^�H Is, �" P-""       o� HM' ' .nnTnftfKim uwrtjast settlement?, moncv m tUc i u froehold.crtpvb^ld; or leasehold estates; and to Irtt � l\�mtiz tlie ttuticidari,of any pi-ojuwAs-cann, di  v t(fc c J opies of t.ie Vr orK are �io*v ready to n� delivered at j. i^ookc-s, and i'ar.ter s, iioolcsellrrs,' -Oxfiird ;.and. T, /'ayne's, at the .Mens Gale; J, Whites,. FKvl-sireet; and Messrs. Pauie aiidiAlackmlay's, Strand, Loiinoji.- - .^irHt is liiimhJy r^q;irftnl that fitose Salwcribers, wliosc frtibseriptioiishiiv'c ii.it vet bieii reeencdv �d( be pl^'ased ti> give direttiOiiB lor}',!.-" l^ajraentot the same at either of tlic �bove-nu�iitionod Places.          �       . .   iKeeniber      180). _ �    ' mosiiy Ki;Af)Y to advanci'.. IlI^illCAh mAuy li'iVdlCS lintlGttntlcincn experience very ^reat pecueiary iiieonveiiience for wiiit of liaowin.a; sonio re^pcct;d>ie eli.-iiiiiei tliroagli who?:- ni ^se^SlOil of (neomes afibiii;^ from li-ce-Ooi-'ytiold, or I.ea.-choM Lstatcs, la Land orjlouse.-i, money 111 tne. fundi;, ileiit tJMr^es, riUtrriage SetUeiiu'dt.-, ^MdiMr'sJomturw, Annuities, PAte..it Hares, Clmreli l.iv-'hrcf:,'or^art-or5 iVom Corriispoiidonts, ia 'k'ovfd orCoaatrjy p.'st pai(mmeduitely ansNvcred. fs|^L..Ai.t  C Vul a�> to Ijt^OLD, the Pr.>- JL |M-i(y ofa i\iei;r]iaaj, 11 very'.lar;�e, nod, l,;i small (Uii-.^ 01 t;.ie best I'ersian MaK.e, and n-arr.niled p?rt;Tt al .>IJ per .(;ent; l'i=i timn tbe nsaal t'rice (>t ine Ir.i.de. .:it .Ma.s and t'0.,s l�r.ve\' Larpr'i \>avviio'.-.s;',iNo. -1, ( uarlcj-slreet, oppi>:;iti' >(".v.ririii-^tivi't, ft!tufvlij;:x Ho�iit;i!. i^. At file a:i.)n; Jli)U4 avi't:� h-fold 1.') )7 P.-nr fJlue-o.ided Is.-.lh t)lai)!vc-;5,anl liw .I'mrot re.-l Uitiiev'jJl.ailcets, eaeli to ;iOi. (id. ear'i. t,-o;ir:.'..) to i,J p;;r Gent, iindi r !lie ji.?'.ial I'ra-cs, beiii,". pnrt ol a lar-e (J.iaiitity inteii-jcd lOr America. . r     � "r lillOOK'^- LOTTKil-VrOFi? 1C2;37, i'lceiilidy,ctiisiii.-ilie.l ncar\)ftycar5, is 11 srrnt variety o. rll. JVJvlbjMid till,VJtf.ri tor fje ennm^t.ijtterv, tUiit b'L'in.^ (!r:nvi!i:5 i itli .rJiiiii ;r v.-J Ir- .SeheiaiMS. d^Mrersatly aj)':riived 01, it contaiiw tivo � Prizes, ot :iOj9;^J.'.' iwo of -i;i),v),)j/. tiro 10,0)i)^tliree ri,')^:)l. i\:c. iSie.-L7,�80, a Prize of JO,'.)J0 ,030 .   -;-:. 'iQ,i):)t) Is... ..............-i/joj . 10.i.)f)Ti 8:.^......'......,;-..   SOJ &c.\&c. &e'. rir.=t-drawn TJelteli F.-.C^^OM. Wjrrs (0 iSo H, Poiilti^v, and Xo, 12, Ottirnffi; (;ro;3,bv wiioin tlic First-drawn Ticket in the lit iOllI R\, uliil i to to,)!)' w "-old in Shaics, have also .'snhl, amoia.-t ir-Hnv ot�frs, the fo^lowiiyt (all k' ir3l-drawn Tiekfts) in l!u'few prv.'cedinf; I.olleries, VIZ.  � iSo.�,791....____......____1,.'2.VJJ0 >;o. P.-^f.^........ r,.10,0J.) JSo.7,l.V/ ...------..,i..io,opa H,0�1....----    HVVtO       yii.'te-i ............... 10,030 Tl'.e I lekeisand Shares ot the present Lottery are. sf Uing at tii�abov -0;uce�, irt gteat variety i;i. JBO'. This dayispublished,Wmtcd on WniinjrPaperjn--ire 1/, Is, rpHF/l'^'iiliM Kit's AGmUNT iJOp^v; c ui- JaL. sistJDg Qf Knied Tables, for keeping a Jovirmd of Oc-ciirreficps.aiid Waily Accounts of f.ivc aiid; other Stork, of Labour performed^ of Receipts and Ont-goingH, and the va-Fioas traiisactions/oh a i'.'iirm. �     '.  ; Tlijs Volume contains 59 Weeks Accounts; or it may be had in detached Shi-els, by means of which the liailill or Steward of ish list ite ma^ eommnnic:it.; to his Employer, ,by post, a Weekly Jteturn of his Proceedins^.- London : Priiited forilohn Ilar.liiig, 'J-.', St. .Tamcs'sr-strect, Where niSy be iiad. jiist pul)l!*lied, AMersno's Fsa.iy oil "the AJeaiw of lmpri)vin;j poor Soil?. A new^Cditidn,'is, ... IJanks on tlie Diseases of Corn, with F.xperiieeiiti and Ob-srrvation.s l�v 1. A. KiMplit, Jisq. price, :^s. bd, Stickiiev � Ohservatiims on the (irul),"iS.   . I'fliitej's I'roUt-alde I'raner, a Ireatise^on the Mana;;cment of JJritHh timber; with Plates, lis.  Poiitev s PrulcsiiOiv.il Planter,,with ri-itcs. n�w J-.dition. Lureorli o�Wool, and its iiiiprovcmeut, addressed to the Minalaelurer, Crazier, and V\ ool Grower, .js. (;d.        . � I ne 1'ariners iVl:(s;ir/.ie.e, a pej-iodi(ir(l palilicati/itlidevotfj wliUy to Aeruulturcandlluftil Allinrs. 1 vols: wi;h i-'Jjtes, til los Cid 2 Fon lUGN INiTJjUGES CC PEOM TJU HAVBuXoU t^O IRFfePONDL.NTLV ox TZK "loin DLH .)bi-U (Fiom Hit JcLgi tj \) ncsiilfs.(be AtithonlKjs alruailv mni)Uoi:pd who worti nppMvnted' to compose (lie dl'jjii'atiotis to bis Mainsty .Lmpi-.uoii, Ale, PrJF/itlcint I'ltuie, a!-toulwl on t'le part ofllic ohaiiibar of 1'manec, and .spoke ail addreijs lit tlui i' lanmva.p.'; Ctovlt- gor Is.1!/: vanows.ki, a{ tne ncad of the Administration, attofwards (K'livcrcd an Oia(.io>+ hi t;u'. Ij-\vhi Iai)afiiar;o.; lu tin.' niidstot tlicin Ai. Kori:o:;[ appeared, :uvd liis address WHS d;.'l:vercd iti rj:if.in also. .Ill t.-se answer to evofv otie ot tlixiin, lus-?iI.\jr.si'Y assured them that } rance never wished for tlic piirtition .of J^olanl ; that. his AIajesty iimscK h:id lYcvev deiermiiicd on such a part--.tioii, beeaiise lio found it to be tba ititercst �f i'ranee all Kurope that 60 respectable a nation siioiilii not be depnvetl of its ranii among tlic ^lor-thcrn States, nay more, he was resolved it shetild agam appear-iuits iormer glory and power. After-his Majesty � had comiimuil-.ated^tliis assnr-aacc so grateful to the Poles, lie declared how ne-cffS-sary it \^asm the present state of things for the nation to become tnt armcil-power. E.xclnsively of wliat Ave transcribed iiiJi fonner number rcri'irt-ftwfroni the impw>al answer to the Deputations, we mnst'kero-subjoin the folJow-mg ri'inarkaiiio passages. -"The Princes, the Nobles, and the Id--habifiints,'- said tlie Emperor, " intist devofe theiiv tIioiii;hts, and nnite their epdeaiVoiirs, to accom-plish one objQ,ct alotie-that of the tjcnoral defence. Wonderful are the dispensations of Providence towards them ; alter havirts; annilidatrd the po.wer oTl^vussjia, by ..victories meredlbty rapid, and hv the' BcfeiiHi Drawing .lull. . .PriEt'sof..... Iwmblv submitted t'.rthose who have, it lathcirpowe.r, mid Uke a nleA�ure m .>Ueviatmg tjie sull. rn/^s ot tht ir f^l-l6w-cr%*.ii'HW 4   A' fumU nt nsp 'tVoilit>, nou coiisi'.tin c anttj-Bhonld'tl^y not be sA happy as to intei.M:i few ivell- tffaBi.tiiiryi.'-i'pceivea; 'ftiid! every salisfriftiongiveir, i:Kei�sinj5t(Ji� ana>(;o. JSairtfrrs; lioml/;:>rdrstreet.   .       ' ,jcnircVar?tabl^^"Pep/iiiJ�VHi>h:iVcv�fi;a3y h/idllic goodness � ito ctfrttn^llaf^lfiV�feTFVidief >Tfirf Ws '�fe �ii,i,'-|s'Mlif*cic^t a '   ftaaes of    L S(},Ody . .  re      .t.6'?,qjO LOAXliRy. .....L,3O,O00 2......:..;...____...---------....... .�l),0,)0 . '2....................................10,0,10' 'S.............i;,OJO ('�ic. &c. &.V. \ZARD, BCJUNK, and Co. No. 93, Royal iixchariije, f.oiidiin, .ire liOiv selliiis;Xiekets and Shares for liie .Slaie l.otti'rv, wiiielrbej^cm*'' Ormiu* the l.'ith -lA-Nl'ARV -Ne.vt, tae Srlieme ot whieli contains the aijove Capital!!, hcsidp.* tlia: usual I'roportioii ot other Prizes, in the last Lott/jr-,, Ap. y,MO,itiiwice rtf'20,0Ji).'. and N'o. :i I'ri'ze oK lO.OO.l/. wcrLj both sold in Shiyes l[iy JI.VZARD, liURN'i'.ai.dCo.  ATii'LOTTi:;K Y eo>\imenc.'s Dr.iwl�3 on the l! that ever "sold two P.7iv'.os of ;5O,O0') %im%^ne. ^tut the NO net; TO MARINERS. AMJ v>lul'.^lj. A LFj Persons, g  to be obtametl at.the V.'art'- ' ho'i.senf thi. 'r.'>s3,. near the ; .^(Imu-iit3', Lendoij.-Patronized and recfiiniiUMide..!. hyrog- � nlar a'l.lemuient Phv-'-irtuns.     _:� -  �     . V Divide Providence, tho iJ.VL.Vl of'QyiTO-, IS the-bcpt R. st j�oiverfiri RiJsnjraliyiriuid re-aiiimatrng Bafih^" pf 1 jfe and l;IeuUh, and tl)e snfeat ^'iHtlbest JMedicine in the worli!.' It IS not pretended that, this ftlcdicine cm arrest' tlie'pro!i;ress of iiatarej'biit if is asscrhi'd and "[iroved that jt will restore luMttli even whcre;�l)e toii^titntiim ^tpivtars-to' hjive been .irreparably in/aied.   For in all r.-ueti, and in all a;;rs>yherc^ tlie solids are relaxed, where ,the con gfiJiitioB .f)asi5iiweivpd a shock, or is: by any means debili'-tated, this rrstorattvc a.:d r'nanira^itjng JJaUu-of! (iifet tUA' Jlealtji'will produce tlie^ haiiuiest  llcctS! 'the.^coldiaarf � trebnldlis ii'irv.^s Will tie warmed tihA^leadied ?� the rel^xei} fibres n'ljl bi? braf-ed and n ndcMl firtri>j the iftuscics Will" be iiivisor.ijcd; the sinews will>|>.e ft^'42Jgthcpetl^,tl^Jee^1ia-clat^:^ limhs^wtll be coverefd wiflfltriA ircsh'$'lhfe''&xbaust�)l , vei!6i toiistitutioii will b Vi|ti;d�'*)'Ve5l�itr. . Ia-.Htude, anxi ty, mel .nchatv', ai^d'siii tlitf^�pl�i4bAympr ti�mffrol,fti(>eaiiR\wjJlv.vnnitil>� and "strength, ardour, serenity,' ttud:eYeVY.eyideiicu,ot renovated hepUIi�3U'    " swlt^tif tttkififth'Js luoslirtiablis.' adiiii 'Mwe to     ambcf, to all , t3� at^d impost gatherers inthe-coMiifry^ as also to alt PoliceMagiftr.ittv5 in theri(7cs,ti;at'ihey.aret.o.seize all prisoners of war, dcsor.li-is ani! Ta:5ai)uBds of all dv-scripticns, Pwles or others, and caubcthcnii: to lie trans;,'orted iiiidfr a str.mg cE.f^rl, and �,t dhf j/er* sonal risk of the .s.iid Mhiristriifcs,-i;f,, tr> (he nrarest apppint'-d place of as.si-iribiin^ i.jr (h'e l^oli.sh !e.�ir5, viz. Kogasen, Kawitseh, (incsen and Kosren ; the i^russiansj. and o'hrir fori-igners, however, are to be transporteU to i-'ranl-ifort fvj ;!ic Oder, or to Custrin.' As- thi^i: command r.;,iuircs the u;most piibl/dty, wc h.Teby. ordiia tJi.it; it shall be immediately prin'Kil and piibji^ilied i.t all cities aiiiL c!mrit;hes, and. ;!ls()i'� �the public.gifi'.'ttes. PoKcu',Ni>v.'iG, 1803. n.^%(miLr.o/thBFrench impenal Wai and i-ii�.iiice Ciiamber, �   "']inzz,\."   � r.."STnACT 0!� a TflOM P08>:.v,.DtC. '^ t*ancrii{,iJcwiintoy i:v5.irsl}il! Jar oust, wliO'iiifurni>.him that he hM.liad an. a?}:iii' wiiii ((15; Cossutcks. < Thc*]fctter is to the fuilowiiDT lonus : ' 1- A' .!i!;-t the Cos'rtck,^, whr> su:iereJ very ci>iisidi'rablc'!os -To the Senate, in the nanie of, which the Senator ;RAnziNSK,y delivered a very neat sjwech m Jjntin.. W. de hOKECNiCKt spolio in tiie names of (he NobIe.s.se also u) Latio. The Archbishop of Gntsin- delivered a speech m Frencii m tlie ni^me ot the CJcrgy; as did also M. be Broz.v, President of the Civamber. After him. speeches were delivered by the iVesidciit of the Re^encv, and lastly bj-.the President of the Ci',y. His iia-ji,>sty replieti from hi.s^tlirnue to all tlicsa .�speeches iii thii;- mo.'t .-i'hable iiiiiiMHT. . i he iMuperor^. said, among other ihsug^, ^> the Dcpii_t.Uion of the Se-nafe-liJusfrtotis Lord.s, shew yourselves worthy of your ajftcestors. 'ihev oommand the i^riuees of sJiainkMiburg; MoscoH- was lu their poircr.^- ther conquered Widdin, and- daUreted ev.l-ry wiiere the -whole Chlistlan World irom the yoke of the Turks. .1 a,'it perfectly -'atisaed Witii ail that I have seen of you hithiuto, as welt as with the roj)orts of my. l.'eueral.'i. 1 will proclaim your indnpeadcnce at Warsaiv." � � i  � �    ..      po.sr..v, x)ec.-i23, An luiponaJ Decree has nppciiird-liere;^ -ordering a monuiTi^ut to be} cvected on St. Ji.igdars-n'iSf Place, at Pans, in niomnry of the Grand Army : thcexponco to'be defriiyed out of-ihe Tfcasurv of liie Criiwn. The inferior is to eontaitt t!ie ditferent divisions, forming tfie army which fought at Ulm, Adsterhtz, a .d J en >, cut-111 ixiiu:bleand^t n pliteS ot iTold are to be engraven the names of thpai \vu^ fellui those battles. ,^     .-v--. Yestcrd:iy being she nsemo.'-abfe 2'j of Qi^ccm-ber, the Priuce Arc.libishop of Gneseo, performed grainl .hJilss^in the ('athe w urcd..thein wfti his p^�)sellce-, ypon-tUeentcaiicc of the EvPEnott into tbcboi, Av.herea. throne*'l��dbeea icreptcjjy >aU the bihes siodd up in a circle m the hall, aad-thc gcnyiesSen: fprwd a rank . behind tlu-'im -white'tho^citizcus' : daughters stifewed flowers alop^t^l steps aatf pas- :.�.;:-.�(�:.�."         ' ^Seinpblno.,'NoV 'JJ. - iWejet  itbe gltfatesttranqiiilHtyJ^bppftg'|{o'�dra\v... . tho R>\i�f�ia(TS tfl-Uf) but as theyUo iwt coAc, we, ttittstgathem.    '     ,     ,        1 C :.'t..r,�:' "  \ ^        ' PARIS,-�IitO'.'' " Thedopn^(i&ti-�f !h^ Palatine o^f Pose^' having bo�ti M tnittl^il to 'a n audiwi ce^f tlio Ktiiperdf! 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