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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                - - - -1.1,;. - � iWL t�        teif�SfeH�Y, �na the F��Wif lu I -J^^btm^tf>'9m^^�'i**��oBai^i\eti Mill be jic-r-te^nrt' A.W*�r#.�.fcli3JrtfACTI0N, in vtincU w-il! he ioKSKMANSllflV; M Mw. H^^rt"* iotoGc�m!a,:F>oet-ytr�t t. nf kliss 4;irou�( .Vif^a H�>tt-'e� l^tw Koail* St, uBit|id'>r�ckIn�c atid a Jiair of Drop liar Rings ranietJ   imine�]iaiely  by s fllieCilv, a Voath ofres|ircmbie , nrilb whom a pre;nium buita-sjpected.-Further particular* Etian, (pu - to ^. Si ?ba;jle)r; ____      - -IT'^      \I'>�fs. Driver, HULt)M,\i>?ilO.\ HULSKiiiiiJ ^�.MiK,.ifalwMta�ac�rt, 1T<' t flijpt)lv iitiuiti^l uilliiu a diiitanef of J� niilf^ t'riMii |j�i!doii, (viib uf wiitlimt utbrr I^tatet-Hearly adjoining :     .   ,    . >: . Ui.,' 1     Fur pnrticul-iT$ apply (h Messrs. Xe^IJaRtl Fiad'M�,yiM -.AFITAI, MANSION l;^ys,E an.i.PAUli.-. oi n m'/viX'.T avt.araniJal FK�E, rr�p thf FACULTV.-.\ PIJACTICK, �,h X  coasidi-nihle RETAIL, in the renter i�f ihc I'liwn, to be ftisrosKi> of.-It is nftw daily augmentinjr, ami ra:ix:b*.;, bigUy improved by a ditifr�gi ;i,d wtH qualitied Israeli-*�?^r., yi'n* .Vwpuser Intends to mire frnin Mefiicjil fti-i W'-r^PPp �>�iallmiilii- lo i-v.-iy (itmli-niiui inllli foiin'ry to po-sess one. . Tho Uuat i> on view ;it liic Mlfiv Koopii, No. Vi, Clijvi-liini! slrect, I'ilzroy-Mpi.ir--, .-iiit "tlir price of Siihfcriplion Two (Juiiie.i^ ejitli. The iir-t {Ui-l irilt be ilrliveri'd when fifty are Siihsrrilieil for; Iml >iit.iiii| the SiihsiTiplioii not amount lo tiiiit iiiinilier in three inmiih-, l.G. d'.icJ not coniider himself bound lo deliver any Cup e^ (jice|it'in Miirble. JJ. K. L. (i- haor(inent nn.l laJgK (\:i:r.\. lily of .l.ib and U.uili Letter, IVnni .Miiiion-.\onjiari-i| lo Wiin-n line I'iila. suUiCient lo employ iix I'lcssos, t:ie tvi,il� tff which liai been bad in new within tlie l:l^t eighteen i.uinilis f(;>Di ibc Fmnidrj of l^aslonand Cutherwood, and verv liiil* Trurse for wear, liavine been used in the most careful in.in-Btr. Alio t.ie l.KAs^li ofthe IIOUSF. (sevein. en v-.ks of whieh nre unevpired), i-oniatiiiii/ elcveii riniias, at avery low rent, and iitualed in the centre of tlie ("ily. If de.-irn], the M;ilcria!s may be purchased withmit the Lease-igr furihiTp:irticul;irs inquire at No. 5, Knowles's-court, Little Carler-lnne, St. Paul's.____ TLKS., &C. idling off at !c-s Ih m Iinlf (heir vulnc, till �y, ill No.il/, IJnlfiUoon-slreei, l'ic�--a.lillv.- M OSl'.V tlirectly advanced by way of Antitii- ty.-.lO.OOj.'. in soins of ICU/. to 5,000^ on apj.rovi'd real or per>c)ii:il sccarcty, for wliich liberal prices will be given, nml .ni ojiporlunitv of re;i:iyin); the principal .nl the optimi of tiie %'rrower by RiviiiR / dnjs notice.- Personal applicnt'Oiis nlftided to from ll) till';j o'clock.-Letters, po-t-f;aid, to .VJrj.-rs. Ilankey :inil C�. No. J, Uroad-tti'eet, (iolden-squ.irc, answered uillionl delay. AW.-A Voaiiji; .Man who hjs a kno\vleiI;?e of Ciinveyjiiicinfc .-ind other (.'onntry Bn^ine'S, has been in the l.nw si^oihI \<:ir- in tlie Country, niid since in Town, �i-:|ie� lo nieei �i!ha s-iod Situation in the Oounlry, can Write iiiid liiyross ne.it. correct, .'iiid expeililiou.sly, has also .-i knowl'ilte of .Arroiiri: lpaiil) :iddies!erl to A. V./.. No.y, Gray's Inn-lane,    111 bt.-ilnl> answered and altended lo. " nCj' PAIlK.N^i'S "a n fU, U A111) i A N S - W a 1.1, tl ,1 Vduih of respectabilitx, win) has a taste for, and some ki.iinledije of Urauiii^, either .-is an In or Out Av-ri". i^NTitc t" 4.1 llisroKJi a i. r'.Mju.wua, with whom b-; vTiU h:.veeveiy piote-i.ion;iI adinntage, and be treated with c.in-iiieratii!n anil kimlies.-i.eiier,-, piisi-p:iid, directed to A. If. .').', U|ij'.:r Jiihn-slteet, riliroy-square, will meet with every i.tlciitiDn. rpO th  KACL'LTV.--ro be Disposim) tu- im- -Sl in"dial'lv, eitlier lie whole or part of Ih; l{usine!i3 of a SURti^oS and APOTIIKCAKV, in full Practice, in a M.irk-i i'""'! u'li'-re is no oilier person of the profe.-sion. Tlie I'lemiUiii i-\p-tii-il is very nmderate.-Apph personally, or !ij l-iiir ((Mi-t paid)"to X. Y. at James l-;aton's. Isq. liat'in ,1. (!, Pinilico, London.-This .Advertisement will not .ipiiear a^';iiii. fhif ciid of .liil Mi-s COLLI.NS most respectfully infiir.'�is the .Noliilily and the Public, that to-preyeul her havinp iiny Snm.n.^r CJood* 1 ff^A NK R,['IT(" V'.-The Creitif..r.s of IJENJA- Ufton hand for the Wiutcr, she is determine.! to mfer then, : ^^^^ T \ VM.!{, lale of Dartmouth, in the County of tttery.low prices; and asan opporlmnly sel.hw oer..r- ..f , ,^^,,,^         |.,j,d,.,, , ,i,,knipt, are leqnested to fnihi.sh pnrrhamnK iK..ariyeveo- Ar ic.e -f U-.dieS a.nd t liil.lren s i Philip Tin..I. ,n he Inner Temple, London, the .'Solicitor .Wire,.iilade up in the most cle-::at manner  at h-s Han ill- | ,,      ( ,,',,n,..,-i.ni. � iih the Particulars e peculiar and valuabl.- ;is.5i;r.iiiee of ' at   not beiiqc liable in mab-e $.>'>d the losses of others, a.c the t^erespnasibililv is undertaken by an extensive .Assncialiiin .. �Noblemen anif (ientlflmm, w ho have sub>rribed an ample ^   Capital to f;iiaranlee the rn^attenieins of the Uilice. Tke�e Profits are coiisidrr-d la he very _cert;iii>. ns the I KOfBcr has aseleelion ofthe best business, a-.d its manafrement Rtttiwirumbered bv lar)!Fmid Dunier.>ns salaries; the Irm-Directors, arid Amlil.'rs, net sratuit"U>ly. Fanning Sti.ck insured SKiierally, without the avernj^ tte, atlhe reduced r.-ite of 2.:. percent.   NotharRe is 4e for Policies on removal fiom .oth.T OlUcer.    Perms insuring -ior seven years by i.me. pay ment, .-ire ciiars.-d >rsix years oulv.   Lussrf have he.-ii .ilways made good by IhisOftire, without deduction or discount. Itturances are-effected iu^tjcb partt- of the Metropolis as �take of the nature of Country Risk-;, i. e. thi western thereof, and the new Buildno !;enprallv. tB I . J.T. l5.\UI{L;U,".\IaDacing Dircflor. VI C3^A intrd in all the prmcipal Towns, who n Agents foribe Provident Life OiUce. 9 tfiA BATH WATERS in Wtlon-As tnany 'tif the Nobility and the Public way not  be aware It an establjshmejit of .this nature is in Lnndini, and to �pm the use of a Sea Water Bath, cither for H.-alth or �ii^ure may be desimWIe, pnrticniarly in Winter,or rehirn-Jfrum Waterin? Places.  They are most respecifully in-nnedlhat Sea \Vater.onlyisnsed,and con>Tst of a Pluns-.rBaih, two sni.-iVler for "either W ami or Cold Water and C*Wer Bath.-Wnnn or Cold Baths may t�e bad at a Ill's notice, a Wiauniid wonuin beina i" constant aitend-from Seven o"_Clock Ui the Mwninjj uidil i;ir�rii .u pjld.  For sHpplyih ni tlie Sra. a few l^beyond South tiidi lu Kssex; a'limilar Innk it Iniilt -ji <4i<  ofilicHalhs.   the \V a-'^xtttken up about three inili't di^ta!ll frmti the shore and he high tide,'it coiisequenlly is in. the most pure state, 9^iuldinliirgcOf siimll quaiiiities. ^ LAvnEscE reiorns bis Thanks to those Lndie�, Noble-wut ({eiitleiijrn who,1iave fur Oie last 11 year3�uppori.-d _oAth;. HeasstiresttHrHi the indst unreniiuiiig attentiuu jVeftiitiBue.),, 1^ ii,i4,toibeir ^;CConi)noil|ition.     , *P'Laaies.or Gentierocn who ni.iy he (aligucd bv Travel-fe'ifi"!'* of thisTenid liath isstjongly ricnmmended. Worge-^tri'et', AdelVlii," the M-iUse tb� Wiiler-Siu^  be jiri ii:ired previous to the public Meetines at GuiMb.-ill. ! _^_P. HLRI), Temple. 17^ I''t)l.,SCU, only Iiivenlei'' antl Pait-ntro of ?  Impr.ived .MAMi-OLD WRITLRS and UKSKR-VOIR Pl.NSf.irprii.Uiciii^ far-.'iniiles of w riliii;;s, iS;c.begs le;ivc t.> invite the .\.tliility, (lentry, 'Merchant-, to inspect his iiiventi'ins, whieii, he flatters himself, will merit their approbation, beini; in clfect equ;il to a faithful tjopying Cli'rk.-J"J7, Oxford �tri*.-t. "ppiisilc Hols"ver-?treet,L.indon. B. .\ haiiilsoine allDivaiice to Merchants for l-ixpor-. tati.in. rpUNBUnxn-: WKLLS.-riic NobHUy atul JL Ceiitf* visitiiis Tunbrirtgi- Wells, ;ire m-st resfnctliilly aoqiiainti'd lli.it on applicitlun lo !{. DICLVKS, (irocer, Tunbiidge WelU. tln-y willbe iiiiinediatelv informed what Lodeing IIiiii>es are t'l lei. with the requisite particulars.- R. Delves has s.v.ial i i#pany. One rhiiu'and Yards of Sfigi.i and Faucet Iron Pipe-, of seven inch diaineter in the bnre, to be delivered at the W.ir'i* at I'imiic.i. Facb Pipe, iiii hiding the Fanret, to measure S ti'et 4i inches ; the Faucet Knd t'l be one inch thick, and t.i weigii not l.>.> iban 4 cm I. 2  ' Jil July i� Monday the lOtli. selling olVa gienl variety of f.nicy articles, viz. pi.res worUeil and .Ir.iw n, v^t. of every description, at very ri'.!ureii prire>. It will lie p.-irlieiilaily .-i.lvaiitagcoiis to Ih .^e L:iilM-r who keep ."^clionls. as they will meet with :i great many f.iiiry pi- rrs, not fikelv to be "ever olfereri again to tbi-public  .in-w. rill.- almve de�rriplinn. To he se.ni and ; orders taken .-a ihc .Mineral Water W.irehous.-, .\u. 11, ; li.et street. i .\. B. (ieiiilem.-n-11 the r.'niitry by sendmg a line, may ; have further par! icul.irs. with a.Ifawiiig. _ Sri.K STOCKINdS.-Sollinj; olf, Uncommonly rbeap. at ^i>. n'i, t'hr:ip.-iiU-, an i;nnieii.*e .Stuck .>f.-Jl kind> AI nil lia-i^ ad>mice iii!>- luni >ro� I ijfjl. to ID CWi aniluiiviii ds, on persena'. security. <� any �thrr ar-s ugfrbi* Mnrt'.aje Pclteacent*. Mi-c^y in tae Fr, and not "mhv tbo>c ucjut-lillnbie but eiira*nrant and e�toi!l..iiat� dJMiaiidii and charges thnt h'C uiunliv safle ind incicd m mna�r pecaii.xt4eii� will br'avoide'd bir iho'elniti ai>p!v m Mattn. ifOcas and Co at ,' Sa,-tB,' Jermvn �l>�tt,       Jamu't-fqu^re., eitbcr ii*)5.'B-I Rlly or by letter, po�i paid.  N. B. T�i} yeftn parcbj^ n^l ; .b�jwen lor ic�UJeC8rc4AjuiulUc�. WANTS it Situation, in a re.spec'ablt: l--niilv, a Voting Person, cnmpet.-iit to umlerlyk-- tin- In struclion of Two or'Ihree Young Ladies iu Ihc lir.-t iiuii-nienis of tdueaiinn, having some knowledge tif tlie Ireiii-n I�-ltHUa�e, a (irainmaticil one nt" In-r onn, .-ind eaiinliie nt" j iiislrueliiii; in the more useful acqniri-iiieni'i of tli.- .\ei tt;.-, - She tlatti'r� herself she iiiiKliI he Inund an ti-eful .-V-^i-iai i .iny Laily who snp.-rinlend-. the l-^ileeati'-n of her        I li !-drin.    .^he would hax- ii.i ..hji-etion t.' attend upnii   .'i F.lderly i.:i  applv lo .Messrs. Ad una and .\;i,lerson,' Soliritoi?, Lu.llort. v, tin will lUrecl :i ;lr^.p -r pi-fKin l.i shew- the Ilnu-e and t'uriii:i;re. w ANTS a I'lace, a.s Vai.tt tu a .single Gcit- r 1^0 I sr. SOLI) - A ;:oo(l FU i'lWEOI.l) llWKL-JB. I.IM; lIOl'Si;, bnlU wiHila the l.i-l :-rvenyejis: ftinlaiiii-tw.i p;irlt.nr-. :i draw ii-^f ro.mi, livf hi-d chaia-ler*, .-mil .1 l.ujre ilii^ei or l>.-d-r.i.-iii, willi .-i s mkI !v.;lclieii, ;,:;,-k ki!elii-n, (i.intries and all nliur e.inv.ai i--, and :v -ill .11 g.-irden. The .-ib"v,. preinisi-s are -itnaied in Ca-lle-ririi-t, Keailing. larh p';-es-i.iii ni.iv lie liad. Tiif li::-lii es to lie tak. 11 bv the puii liavrr at a lair valiiilio.i, and llie lurniinre ni.iy he h.ul on ihi- same terni*. I'^r pa'tjrn-* lar*, .ipi.lv Id .\l.-s^rs. BilliDi; ;iiid .Nnn .ij l!i-;li!iin;, vvlm vs'ill ;:ive tick.-1= f'lf view ing iIk! h.iuse. .Ml leuer? niw.-l he post paid. tlemaii, or Invalid, a'iniddle-aged, .vbi-r, sle.idv ,\i..n, who has been accustomed to serve in the above c.-ip.-ieiiy : 15 nf an active cheerful disposition, Imi ran bear 1 .nitinr'ini-ni, ,-ind likes living ill the country, and can be well reciiniiiieii.ied, pnrtictllarly fur his atteiiliun.:ind lenderiiesj in Inv.-il rl- 11.-eudenvoiirs tvill be lo ni.ike himself useful, and to ni. ril i!ie confidence rcpoUd in biej. Letters (pusl pa'd ) ad.lrr-*eJ in A. b. iMr. Wesfs, Bookj.-ller, No. SI, tireal Portland aireel, will be immediately answered. "ENTLK.VJKNS* Fashionable TOUl'KK^Tli^ KlasticSPRlNfi U U;S.-ROBI .\S(),\, .N...,s. Kd-wards-street, I'orlm.iii square, l-..iviiig invented a Ai.irliine which enables him to manuiaclure llie.ibove ineniinn-il \r-ticles, superior for lightmss and duratiiliiy, reeniiinii-nil; In Cientleraen wlii'se h,-iir has fallen olf, and ili-liU.- w.-iriii:: a Wig, his inimitable T l H.-md?, .\ ppreirti.. s, nd n t.> li.-pe-ik : their f;��ourite Tickets, as there Ure but 5,(';n,) .Numbers In . the whole Lottery, all of w hich will be drawn 111 one dav.- Tickets and Sb.-ireii are selling in gre.it v.iricly, and Selieiii.-- ] u ith the Particul;irs may be h.-id at either of hi? old e-t .h|i-li-ed Ottices, I. Coriihill. "or !1. Cliariug-Cro-s. STATi-; lotti:ky.--T() bi. drawn i.\ om da \. ^WIFT anil Co. rcsp.'Ctftilly infirm ihf Fulil 1, that Tickets .ind Shares are n.iw on Sale at all tli.-ir Dlfices; at the same lime Iht-y lieg leave to r.-c.imininil tn l!ir altentiiMi of their Friends the Seheni.- of iln- pr,-..�-nt l.i>tl.-i \. which they trust will merit their approbation an.l -iiiipori : ill order to prevent ilis.-ippointm.-nl, it isnec.--iiry in cu-civ,-. that there are only .IIXW Nuinlicr.-. in liu- L.itler\, and nf c"iir-f , 11. .Number It ghe'r than 5,0HX); and that llie'whule will he Diann in one day. CAPITAL PRULS. .4.................... of................i'.cn.ono     � 4....vf...........^.."Li't'C �   ____of......i.-yt-.) 4'....i.f............'.'JV11 I 12....of..........3Cu l 'I i. U.-i-each day. No fixed Prize, fiiere are "THi^nlv-iive gian.l Capit.-il Prizes in thi* L'lltery, eonsistiiK i  desirable that the Public >.|ion'id know the presept improved Value of Ihe PfprKx, a new Surrey mill k^tim^te is now pVeparii^, which will be published as Si>qo R- ii f^B he olitaiiied. Tickeu and Shares are ..0 Sale by SirJAMI.S bra.vs-comb and tai. No 37. Cornhill: U, Holburn; 58, Hay: if;arket t mid ^o9. Strand -. who snid and jih.tred Xurec ol t^b^e Grand.Cauit.-i) Prices in the l.a-t Citx- Lottery. PHESKST pjacK. Ticket.....;..........�% -8 a Half...........^4 8 t)|.fc-yflnh ..........J 0 Quarter.....   2 5 � ; SimeeBth ........  U 11  6 The Prire tyttliborlty ndyan�e.-Srlrtpiesat tetje mny be Iwdgrafiii. SrOUiLFlKIJ) II OL'SE, Ready i'utnJshed, n.-ar I hri*tcliuicli, II 11 U.- Tube Ll-.'T, fur One, Two, or 'Three "i e.irs. that moVi des.ralile .-inil plc-.ii-ant plac.-, whicli lias a c.iiiiinaiiiltiii view nt the l.*le nf \\ i ilixrio :uyl oiliers, in Six [..its. hef.-i.- Charles Thi'irs.iri, l-!.-q. mie of the Masters nf the s.-iid Court, at lli.- Public Sale Rn-nn, in �i.nilliainpl.'n H..il .-x ; rmnpriziiii; \"1 .\erej or tiler.:,.hjuti.-I'rejeiil ll.nlal �abn.il lir.-/. a , -.ir. l'ar::..-.ilar- w I'-renf niav he lia.l at thesii.l Mailer's Olitce ; nt Me- r^. IU.ike and U hit.-s l-.Srex-Ir.tei, Sirand ; at M.-s'. i;. vi-n .inil Ti.i.'Ke. "> .1. Ill, (jray's inn5i|nari-; Mr. W.n.d-g.it'-, iu (I.>ld.-ii--quare : .Mr l.uad, .No. li, I..He.).in - Inn >ew-.square ; .Me.-^rs. \V hart"i. and l>yi,e. I anili-aiiildoi^i, 'Tenipb-; .Mei-r  bed-cliamiiers. 'Tli.-re tire excell.-nl iilhcea ali.ieli. d and detached, double fo.ieh house, and-taliiini; fur six horse?; a capital w:ille.-ilii.ili.ni. 'I'he f.iri-itjrc m.iy .-il^ii he bad. or will be *:>!d liv aneiinn, e.iily p-.>-,-aSin;i may lie _I'l.r further p/irtu niar* and c.irda li vii- .Mr. T'.iwl.-r, 7K. Swallow-*lreel ;  or Mr. While, (iate, We-lni.ri-ter. _____ tiitply to >,orej"� in the 1).- Llli',  ii.j jn the ...iialv I'f K.-ni; alinwt b^e mile* In.in lli.- ( ilv nf Cinter- liirv, 'vilh an> iiminl'ty "i lanv.....1 evieedintj JO a. r.-s, uf \\ Inch J 1 f.'riii .1 paddock lo the ll .i-e, and r.inaial  , ICain,- iliU-. I).a!, l>iivi-r, T iilk. sl'.n , .-iii 1 S.in.lgale, .-^4 contains mi llf.'sroiiial Unnr, a dining jiarl'-nr, .r'a r--".", servani-j' hall, kiuiieu. an.l l.nll. 1 a pa"lrv ; alao exe. ---- .ler, d..ir\,    -^h-h.'U-e. "n       ^-�e.ln(l Ijwir   (ir:iw is,;.. r.i..m, hii-!ilif.i-i r-om, anil l'. m In a r.i. nia ; and o i ih,. ilijrd ^iKir, llir.-e 1..-.1 ro-niii. NVi'M !rl:;i le-, rn.u-li-linuae. .ind iillii-r c.mvrii.i-.l ..llii-es-!in- w Ind.- niii!;: a \.-rv rivairilile re-jli-!-..'- I'"- .'1 '��I la.i.iiv. T" l.'it- l.inri ai-n, H hoe In- :-4..-T.. ;- :;lM;-:i. .1 ;. i�'-'"'. !'...in^-li. *l;ui;e, ami .-i.>,.iiri. ll ua-'-s. I-.-ivi- uf i-m.-f .Ma;..ir "f Hie p.iri-h wi!l lu- eiii parlieiilara iiqaire nt Mi. .%;"iii;l. Au.r.. ^Ij'.'il.Nr -An .....'  �'" ' '""If.lie, -.ir.i cstiiains S parlonr, *lm!-., ami ho.,si-kceo Uneu. I.a.-H kiic h i:, ujth .-i , rll le.-llenl n ,n,. j,,,l ,.;|,. fL-ll;,r.   l-,r' til.; v.-iril. harn, -'|>'iitin_' .IV,., (lie " n, if r,-,,nirei)._�-,)f "r.iey. (.".inii-rhirrj-. inip.ira.it (, .seovL-ry  for far. mers.--.I. WOO!;>.      ; )rn.,:, i    . I..-,.-,,-.,. .,tr.. r-com-iii.iiila In thi-ir a!li-ii!i.ni  hi- ;i.'.ii-ni AiaeiMii.- f r red cing r.  V *   'm I'll-in-.-i.-, , ir a i.-p.-. L.hl.- r. f-r:i ri.u*'ii. .'a'.;;.' min'.l;. r ri.i-.v r. ao ., � .'. !      'Ml. i=Aii \ r i;!f;iir t .i-.n-.er \', ii.iils nf i;rai-k11 i,.. ii:;. e ij la a [:laii Iiy v\|,ii a i^a h- li- Ml il 111:, it.-- \jl , � III.!   -Ill f.-r ;),-n :;i �     -.10 i;:.ir,i-y SOf.f). ' t"u w.inien rders -A ill |,p "a r.- i-i|,t of )!' has a price i� i ing liib lui the i-T;i.ni-. |i.nir;.m 1 ( i.i.n:i. r-f r:ir:;-. jr.-:iei:il :na\ li< I'.-.i-ri 'oiicit-Mac li-t. .- f  one prr-'i'i nnlv. in any u-vvn jn tli-- nmi.-il i-aiiDir.-, and thai if "'i'-x ^'e hf-agh' int.i tfen.-ral ii-.-, he lia* fix.-d the price of hia'lieei-re at i in- v.ry low- sitni ..f 5 (.'.lineas.- Fur. 'h.-iser- will have a rernp'rt.- m-dtl, w-lh nriil.d dircciioiig, �epr iinmenialely on rereipi of tlie mmi-y. ihe.e arc \i j^ar.' BB.l upwards of hi� term uiie.xpr-.d.   

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