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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                JP^VNESDJY. SRPTMMnER     J809. f mCE SlXPKNCB.flALmNNy. rAuijI Ai-C-rrfaWpr the Pftfroatjte      hi. .COMMlJSAftY-OKNl^RAL'S OFFiCXi, TWyTICE �A�/Some Altera. i.^ '1I&�M A�i;in^ rateir^M-c in Ike AxWcXtt of Barraclc Morc*t-JjpfticA cer* adverlud on the H'l of Aiiput, (   price IL la. iu rflHIi: WHOLE WORKS of WILLfAM RO. JL AIAINK; M. a. late Hector of St. Andrew by the "Waidtubf,'abd St. Alto. Blackfriurs; and Lectarer of Hi. DiuBian.in the W'cH;- � I'rinted for P. Wr'iRbt, 45, Brradstrrct, niuorasbnry; and sold by bU oibrr Uooluelleri, and by the Hewsmea. rriHE QUARTflRLy RKVIKW,   No. III. JL H pabj�hed.(bts ilay, for Jnbu Mnmy, S?, Fleet-ttrert, rihI J.. Hatcfaard, i'iccadil^, 'l^oiidan; auA may be bird itlso uf e*cry Buoksdler and ^runnaa io Towa aiid CuuHtfy.^.    ;__^_ I1iisiiafiKMpubVhdied,.io ivo.voluiucs, ifo. price J.2s. io A POPULAR. TaBATISE on   M^DIGAL PUARMACOPCEIA f.ONDl.ifENSIS, ]fi09. This diiv is published, in �edi�.m 4�o. price 1   48. boards, PHAilMAGOPOElA COLLIXSII regalis Mi:l)lCOKlJ.\i LOJin'lNEUSIS.  M.DGCCIX. '    Veneunt aped Lungman, Harst, dees, et Orme, Patrmos* j ter Raw. This day IS published, with ten Plntes^ price Ts:. fii. anew 1 'Edrtion of ANEW SYSTEM of DOM ESJIC COOKERY, formed apon Priociplefi iif Lconamy, and adapted ta : the Use of Private FAniiliis.- By :i L \V. i    Printed for John'51urrayj 32i FleM-strcrt. Loodon; and i lold also bv eterj other Bookseller and >inmnanin Towa aud Country^ 'This-day is pablished^ iti quarto, price IL lls.-�d. in bnard>, . illustrated with a Head of Sir^j^u^^i^rofrom^^^^^^^^^^. P '"if Newgate. Ojipur. >4 n.pri^ Jln^ciMateetf MCAK. Kugg and Lu. Utv    *� �'^tocli of all ;;JSiiMnS*^r^^ tlf�ifM�| Ladles' invi- '�IHilltiliri aniiiiimr, &c ShiipkcrnM^iOMtl th  li(!>-. Si. fid.su|krrlini', Md.tBiiwiiCottm,n>rliuot�, Iv.i^l.i Cnc ttlhbvd Lot-Syk Al n V�rfeljr or CStom, from 100. u pnirt Lace 'SMlKi 1�> WiAA��rirty vf other ratbiumihleurliclen, MNtu.iiiriiMtW ai JSo. di, Cbeapiidr.-No abate- ~UTr m-:-�i �� |l,S�Vib GaM, ttoyalEtchanfict aud m Uay'i, V*. 7t 'finKock'tlnwl, C�vciit.|G)ardeu, iu boitle.s at ba. , .h,vc.:v^.'.- ^}*BXT MONTH, mBR STATU tOTTERY will be^in anrf cntl JL Ui�wiqfr^TlM wbiile in UN K |> A Y-Fh. '-� t)iri:�6,OODiilBBbeni;aiil.Spo,OUO .o^tak� lb� litierty uf r^com. parcboM  ............ S.lXW ineMiliir Globe iexi-e�M* old^Mtalilli' likmretH '^ti}� farmer J,ottrrif�. A 9, eiTAjlt-ViU 1Clt6i>S. Io remind 41m) PtiliKc, that rJiRY brsi� aiid finUbe* �raw- .^flbeSTATIJ SOtb . tbe ifVT.r wifikv tliat wlHbe drnwornis �Tke j!cbtiiiek�e|^t Ticket and Shiirn ^P>.a4.|ii|mt variUyat tbeab > either of lilSll's ittL*.w 9. CHAniNO CROSS. FfKRY OKKlCKIn [Uciiiisrd by Auibortty ~       Wronjl.v 'ri'ciiui- ____^j^^oiJa iii'w plan : \ta Ae-Wtt e hwibthc Mioner �w^.betteri as. flNia�^he.r)i|>id tele �!�MH�>i* befor* the IJmwfijjk, �Meh tinetim-tiuH'.  PenwiiH in th* CiiwuVy 'jBiW^MVutfat, b> sending tbeir o*.' , _Jde �' the l.oiier�  rhich hii� Hear, ineiiiiiry. _' ^;*WtfKlir�, Rj>9KATi: �H)ni)RR in..iie-�W*. lbeA;Mi bn rtr^nt arl^d*-, jii>rferlly in-t� nt-Kp. 3j Cberipvde:  liuxter.   Idtn-IE;-Mpibburv, Dublin i Pr-h-ser, Uriitol ; M\ i Rntdit-, S;iiKhiirv i W ood.  brc* �-,p^Hxetnrt Walker,(.l.i-irr; Rut), ( h It.n iJJWaiwtf � Palli#ier, Mur^ajr ;  (Jrrgory, Miy�f<  ^ fcrilliimt jet ^^^'�lb*dsi(iee�l�iir iio:ui�hmchl t� the lea-'�'I'l tifctfinesilioea, ispeifrcHy free from .niiy I aU ssill Ttftain itK-yirluesi in nqy cliinnte. ..'.^S BI�:aM-Martin, at the Mamifitrhiry, >^H*UwH,lt#taihby' IV|lav, No. T.Tovirtocii-%^itin*w.streei; Air-H, No. i. Finch-rSMnlhkens Pe^itietv, nnd OitmeH in I in- every town tbrAtghnat tlw t^oived �Jeel�.6d.roeb. oiiii~ t^e T^iiiat ^er the sniil ihh d/iy o/Mep-leuber, at TtetPe b'Cluck M now of Mb tmiia day; nei- � Merw'f/anj) 'tmder be mutked un'ost the Part) malting it, or an jtieiU in his ithalf, sAmllatUnd. By Order of tbe Board, __R. H. CRF.yy. Sec. OFFICE of tlie COMAIISalU.MiRSfuriiiveiiijS^iiiiigthe debts of the hue .NAlJOUSol the OAUN.^TIC. .Mamlu-Mer tfuildiii-.", Wr�imiiister. Sep, 4, li;09. IN cunfrttniiiy tu the igili claii�ti hT tliu ilecd of iigicement (i�tIVeen the uniteil cinnpany of Merchants of l-lii)el;uid, trutliiig l i|iiiii-s:oiieri, ii|ip ticc lli.'it a e�iitiiiu:iUi>n uf ihf siclieilule of the claiini made before llirui and ilv^ L'uiunii siuiierii iu India,since that inserted in the (^.i^rCli: of biiiuidit^ Ihe ttVth Jaly Jiirt, has been published in :iie  uz.iie.iir!iiuturda> the ted. September, that >*,-iil such iiersixis as .'li.tll have jnterrsi tunppuse up impeach Che sauif, may liavf ruiiicieiu upportttiticies s Valc�, who have l-^tates to sell nr Farms to lei, im. Kdii�r  Cuitilren ; as also f->r. aii Ui'Uty I'ams in the liilenliues, lt:c Blnodj Flui,and vinlenl Cholicsiuid Itowel C"in|)!ainl� in gnmn l*er8i>ns"j in sliorl an Kntnilj shnold be withoiU it.-Pre-pn'rdfroih the original llecei|>U and sold Wliolrsate and Retail at rt'>ll<�n"s Meiliclne Warchoyhcs, frmit of tne Rojal b&cliunge, Cornliill, in Uoltles at Is. Oil. each ; and bv ap-piriiilmeCl by Mei^^9. Shaw and Kilwiirits, Si. faul s'Churcn-jard { Where mn^ also be had Whulrsalr ninl Kelail (iol-ttio'S Asthouiiic lliicinre for ilie Cure of all liisMrders of the Hrcott and Lui^, ill BniUesai 10s. (id. aiid ^s. 3d. each. JMSUIT'S DROPS.-The True. Original JR. SUIT'S DROPS are now ((rtp.irert hy Shnw ami I'.d-uard.", 6(i, I'D Ihe Fmit-waj, St. Pauls Churcli-var.i, Suc-eefsots fcit Joseph Wc.si-U. , The Je.-uiti Dp'ps i.axe been Iciiig known,and citccmed a safe, cheap, I'lleiiual, and ufieii an iniinedtale i-iire for Stranguary, Glerls, Weakuessnf tbe Kuliiejs, or Hiaildrrj and t� hen tiikeii  )iecilic Remedy wiOi ilie Jesuits IJrops. Tbe many depreilatiuns^ made on the proijerly of (lie Tro. prieturs, enniprUthciu to give this caution, dial no one IJot-tle'will ttc'sent out of their House wiiluiul Shaw anJ Kd-wanls, Surcessurs to J. We^sells. 6'j, St. Paul's .( hurch-yard, rngnived on the stamp. .All others which are eald withoit the above Names are Impositions <�� Ihe Public.- Sold aUo bv Sonitor, Oxford-street; Bull, Uablin ; Baxter and Raibura, Jldiiiburgh. tjipiliil FRI-.l-,HOLH tS'/A ri:.S, in the Jslnud of hi. v ,n-cei�'s and Uerbice.-IJy air. SlIU I'TlKWORTH, at Ci'arrnwnv'^.on FltiOA V next, SepieroHer 8, by Order of the Assighreo uf Messrs. George Batllieaud Co. rp�EsiTera< raltiablc KREffHOl.D ESTATES X belongl�glo the Bankropt George Bajllik, Sfitnale in the liiluiid of St. Vincent, in the \Sest Indies, kn'wu by Ike namt.;rs oF Ibe Biiwl, itath, F:�eter,(ila.goi>. and l-rfliiibnrgh Papery t Messrs. Dumietis and Greaves, Sniiriiors, Klnfi's Arms-yard, Coiem.iD-sireei; ul Garraway's ; and iifMr. abuttlenurth. No. li, Awtiti-fri-nrs.Dear the Royal Eiwrhaiige.      Genteel FAMILY RKSIDENCJt, Sloan vqimrp.-By Mr. FAIRRAIRN, ai tiarraway's Cotfee-houte, t/'hamtr-al- toy, ComMII, on FriuaV �c*I, Sept. 8, .it Twelve, by dntrr of the Pr'-prUJor, rpiIE �aluablcT.KASE of an .-icllent HOUSE JL and GARDEN, situate awl being No. 4S. In that b��'-thV place S".oane-5qnare,�sbuit distance from l.ond�n. 'J.be. Pfemisi-s^ire of handsome ele.vaiion, in solK-tantial rrjiliir, and replete with nunieruoi convrnientes. lleM f�>ra tern ' of which .tI \ears were uneipirei at Chrisima? Ua^j'lMt, at a Ground Reqt �f Si� I'ounds per Annum. <.'on�iilernbly under let, to a resperialde lenaut at will, for futtf^tm* I'iiundk Iter Ammui. ... ^  � , Mnyl c ha� oo tfie Prrmi?esj at Gtrfra-wa>'�,CbBiige-�llry, Curuhill 5 and of the AaflioiH-er, Uump-(otKSireel, Sobo, iloa. .__ ' bTlisday is published, in2voU. 8vo. price Lis. inboard-, CERMONS �Q VARIOUS SUBJECTS -By ij   WILLIAM CRAIG, J). U. Inte Minister of St. An dien's Church, Glasgow.   A new IJditinn, with sevenU addUiu'ml Sermons, and a Life of the Auihur. i'rinted for John Murray, Fleet street, Lond-n. This liny publishm, in a neat and closely printed Volume small Svn. price di. in boards, rpHE SUllGEOiN'S  VADE-MECUM, con. .M. Llining the Syniptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment of Snrgical Diseases: Aicompanied by the mmlenialidappriived mctho.ts of operating i a Select For-mube lit PrejteriplioiK, and Glossary of Terms. Printed for Juim Murrny, 3'2, Fleet-street, London* a*l sold also by everv Btioliseller in Towa and Com: try.- ,)f whom m!ty be had. kit \\ published, 1. Hofpers Physician's Vadc-Mecnm, fonhcnp, Kvo. fis. 2. - Am�lgiiosis, and Tre;itment of diseases, acconip.-uiied by a Select l ollec-lion of Foniiuls, and a Glossary of Term.".-By KOHKIIT HOOPER, M. D. Licentiate in Physic ..f the University of Ovfnrd, hnitlie Royal College of P.'iysiciaiu of London ; I'hysician lo Si. M;vry-le-boua Indnnury ; and Lecturer oo Medicine. Printed for John Slurray, S3, Eleet street, London; and sold uljo by everv Itookseller in Town iuid C-ountrj.-Of whom may be had, Lately published, 1. Hooper's Suigeo I's V ailc-.Mecura, fonlsc.ip Svo,' (Is. 2. - Auaio.iiii>ts'� Vade-Merum, f.ml tap Svo. 96. 3. Cooper's Uicliniuiry of i*nietiral Surgery, Svo. Ijs.J 4. Thoums's l^raiUceof Physic. 8vo. J4*. In the press, nnd speedily "i" bo published, iiandsomely pi lilted iD'i v�'l'. 4to. wilfi uorirails. The LIFE of TORQUATO TASSO; iiiclii r Jonii iMurriy, J'i, Fleel-strei-i. London; Jnhn naDantyaeaml C�. id, Nqrtb Hauover-stred, Edinburgh; and \\ ii;:in and Comming^ Dublin. A Th'-s day *a- published, iofoliu, price U. lu. tiil. TREATlSEoii ibeUPEKATlON oiUrHO- \-:zm 'o. Jll, Cbrapside, �; where may be hart, price in hoaids nine shillings, Maimioa i. Travestied, a Tale of .Modem Times. This day are published, in one volume 8vo. price 8s. 6d. in i hoards, SER.MONS and EXTRACTS.^By ihp Rev. EDMUND OUTRAM, D. O. Public OraJor of the Universityef Cnitibridge. I. Two Sennons.-^l. On the Increase of Separatists, or tbe Prevalence of Jvxtrenies in Ki-li�ious Doctrines j preached at tlie Primarv VlsiUiiioii of the IliRht Reverend the Lord Bishop of Salisliury, 180b', ni^ pnliitshed by desire' of bis Lordship and (."le Clergy.-2. On Laying lbe,FoondalioB-sloaeof Downing College, preached before the University, and pulilished by desire of the Vice-Chaiicellbr, Heads of Houses, and other Members of the Senate. II. Exinicts, illustrative of the ()p-nions,Pretensinos, and , Designs of those who have of late, cither wholly or in part, I deserted, the Esf.ililislied Chnrcli; made chieUy from the  '  Wrilinipi of Aruiioian and C;ilvini-tlc Methodists. Cambridge: Printed at the Cn;vpi-siiy Press; and Sold by Cadell and D;nies, Strand; Luiiduu ; and Deightons, ^d N 'Cliolsoiis, Cambridge._ THE LATE CAMI'AIfTN IN SP.^Thisd.-iy is published. In one elrgaut volume, quarto, price Two Guineas iu boards, LETTERS from PORTUGAL and SPAI.V; containing .111 Acronnl of the OperaliAns of tln� Brilish Arn>)es uorier SIR ARlHUIl WKl.Ll-.SLKY  I SIR JOHN MOORK, frnn the landing .nf the Troops in Al indigo Hay. I.I tile U:|ttteaiid Einbarkaliun at Cnriirina, �ith fnJI and iiitere.-tin;: detail.-' of the inemMr..'.!'- Reireul from S.tha^un. Kinbcllished with \3 Kneravinga-'ay Heath, from Drawings made on the spot, illustrative ot the Campaign.- llv AUAMNEALK, M.U. F.L.S. Physician to his Majes-ty"'s Forces. Trinfed for Richard Phil'.ip?, Koifdon,and to be had of all I Ro.-iksellers. TOM y : iu w hich are drm-mslrated the Dang -rs of ihe prriicn/ Method i-f Oi-eraiing with Ihe  e-' riorityof the more simple Operation wiiii the Knife and Stafl'. The mtuiner ofjicrfonuiug ihe Incisions i, explained in short Rftirr, and represented by drawing'i i.>ic s.'ze of inc iivinjf figures.-Hy ROBERT ALLAN, Sur;;e-.n. Printed for Joiiii Murray, 3i, Fleet-street, London; and J. AndcriHin, Edinburgh. A VALUABLE SCHOOL HOOK.-i'his day is pub ish-ed, inlwoh.-iixisumely pi inled volumes, I'Juio. pr.ce lUs. ud. io boards, ihe third edition, corrected, of AVIEW, of A:\CIE.\T Jil-TOriY, including-the Progresi of Liier.imre and the Fine Arts By WILLIAM, UUiHERFORD, D.U. Printed tor Loiu;ionn and Co. Vernor anu Co. John Mar-rav, and JMJardiiK. London: and Bell and f'.re.dl'ute, Kdm-burgh; solil also by every otUcr Bookseik-r 10 town and country. Jhii d i_\ is published, in octavo, price 95. m hoards, the 3d edition, revi�ed and ciil:iri;id, nt iBSERVAl'fO.VS on On: UTII.riT and AD-MlMoTR'\T10N of PURGATIVE MLUICINLS in several diseases. By J A M I'.S H A .\l 1LTON, ,V. D. Fellow of the Royal College of Phy-i , :""I Ci^rresp^mdnig .VJcmbi r of lue Medical Lvceuni of l'hiladej;diia.. Primed for Jolm Murnty, J2, Fldet-slreet, and James Sampson, Ediiiburgv; IMPOIM'ANr StOIIOOL BOOR.-Thi> day is published, iitSvo. price6s�i>oards, ihe Srv nth l'.dilioii of NALECTA GR/ECA .MINORA: ad Usnm __Tironnm Accomuioiiata.    Cum N"(i� PhUolniririii, qua�'parilroc��ll�rgit,partira scripsU, A.NDRE.iS U.\LZ1L, A.Mrs.R.S. Pciiited at the Edinburgh University Pre^s, for T. Cndell and W. Davies, Sirniid, a-id .lohu Murray, Ji, I'lect-street, London; nod lor Bell and Hradfote, Ediutinrgii.-Of whom miy be had, by the same Author, a new Ldinon of Collec-lao'en Gisera Mtijnra, Kvo. vol. 1. price 9s. 6s. boards. Uill�, vol. 3.price lis. boaids. INCH BALD'S MODERN FARCES. Thisdav are. pu'ilished, in 8 vol', royal l8mo, price II. 15s. hoards, or 011 hue p.iper, with P0.lr4.1ts, price     j'is. od. boaids, ACOLI.ECTION OF FARCES, and otiicr AFTERI'lECES, which are acted at the Theatres Royal Drury-tlane, Covent-ftardeii, nnd llay-market. Printed under the authority of ihe Miiifn^^, (reai tlie Prompt Book.-Selected by Mr*. INCHB-VLD. The folluniiig are cnn:ained iu this Work :- Child of Nature-Wedding Daj-.\riilnight Monr-Rais-lug the Wiiid-.Malriraony-Ella R^isenbcrg-liliiul Boy- W Uo's the Dupe-Love a la Mo(Ie-Hartford Bridge-.Vet-ley Abbey-Ilie TurnpikeGaie-L. c.k and Ke>-The Re-giMer. Oliiw-The apprentice-The Critic-The Sultan- Rosina-High Life Below Stair*-Boa Ton-Tbe i^lock Doctor-The Devil to Pay-The Iri-h Wi or of (/arrati-f.ie Liar-Klora-ilie B rth-Uay-ThcJew and the Doctor-The Irishmiinin Lwdoo- Tie Prisoner at Large-The I'oor Soldier-The I'nnnrr- The Highland Reel-Two' Strings to your Bow-The Deserter-All the Worid'sa Siase^-Lying Valei-ThV Citizen -Three Weeks after Marringe-Catherine and Petrucnio -I'adlock-Miss in her'IVeiis-The Quiifcer-The Guardfan _^The iJeuce is in- Him-KMcar ittul Einmelrnr-Richard Cfflurde Lion-Tbe Maid of the Oak^-rum Th'wjb-The Doctor and the Apothecary-'i'he First Floor^The Adopted. Child-The Farra-hou�e-Lodoiski-Wavs and Means -The School for Authors-Midas-The Waierman-The Aulhor-^The Old Maid-Tbe ftliller of Mawfield-CHmin. Printed for Longman, Hurst, 11^,^^ Onne, Pater- ""orwhma may be bad, ihe Brilisb THeatre; nr, a Cnl-Wtionpf I�iay�. which are acted at the Theatres Royal Druc^-Lane, Coveni-Gnrden, and_ Haynarket, printed un-derthe Aqthoriiy ntid bv Perraiuionef the Managefi from tile Pritropt Bookf. wiib Bidgra^Unl and Critical R.-mtirie*, ht Mr*. �'*�>��'�}�''��� el�r�nt^tagcaTliqp. in �5 �!�. roval lHm��.|�riee.6t^l��- tn I'nards.ur.oafine pajier, with I'nrtniiH ft-'id l�ro.tf Impreisions of the Pl!Urf;>riefr  lat* boards, or the I'fcij* may be parchaied separuttly, yrtceM'� ^' ART of ELICGANT COMl'O.SiriON.-Thisdav is published, ill roy.nl Ifmo. a ne� )i.!itio;i, pnce 6d. bound anil leltered, ivlili ilic full aliovmncc i" Jchoo's, i^iiE i;lkmi:.nts of i:nglisii coMPOsr- -. 'i id.N, designid in :i Cour-e of l-duration to -iicreed to the S:.::1y of Ihe Inalisli Cr.nn'.m.ir ai;d the Learned l.ar.-giiages, .-iiid adapted to the Use ot Person^'in treneral wno � is!, i.i rirouiie a f;^>i>^ btyl. .-By DA V 11) I R V IN(;, LL.D. IViided f f Richard i'liill ps. No. !i, nridge-ttr.el) iUid t'l be ha! of I'.ugie nnd (Jo. Ldinbu^h ; of Kecne, Dubliu; and of all wlllrr''Ho�lk^elU's.   Or v, loon m;iy al�o be had, l.rliers to his S�n on I'. -*ic, l.t' 'alore, and Composition, hv Ihe late Kev. Co orire (.M-j;trv, IJ. I). &c. Price iSs. in b..:iid-^_" ' _ BILIOUS  ANf�  .M-.K \ wC^ :IK  IJ-ACIIES,   INDI-DK'il.S riON. i'i a sh.^rt iinie, 1 .>a>, toiin a-to)ii>h-;i. f, .inmed'-it"lr reiievei^ and have h.'cn lor a I .ng >vliile, loiuKy t'.ee irj.n anv return of II.1.�.a, \cll"wnis- ol liii- sklu, noivous .id si-ck headaches, tifart-!)iiri..-, giddnie-, ;i:.d ther Currt-svn.iiding Symptoms ot the above roniplaiui. Tbe �i-e�i'S� of your reinedy Im* iiK-luc d me to reconnueiu! itgrii rallv, it:d iny brother in particular, ihudOfiicir of the Duke of .Muntr.'Se IntXa-maii, who lalirtored under a worse iifdiciion, if possible, than' iny�eif, bas been in like mazier roinpleleli cured. lam. Sir, your obedieni hnmble servant, ROlihilT I.Ur.^S. ChVi Ofiir. r.f the tion. Ka^l India Company's Ship, Union, Gravrsend, Ji�ne24, 18*J4. S.vid tvholrsale and retail .if Mr. Biller's, No. 4, Cheai^ side, comer'of Paleriioste-'-row ; nnd reiai! by roost Country iHedicine Venders, iil every Town, in boies at 6s. and 9s. Pd. each, ami family boxes at a2s. each. STO .M A C H   CO .VIP LA [ NTS,   Wind,   Gonf, Spa^ni, Cholic, Iniligestion, ami general Debility rf the Stomach and Intestines.-CURNWiaiJs ORIENTAL CORDIAL, i* H Medicine of eslatiliihed rrputatioh for tbe relief and eureof the above Complaints. It was first discovered and used in the East Indies, wiiere Debility of the SCaraach find liitestiiieii ace severe and alarming, by a Pbysidun of emiucnre and cliarar.ter, and has been long reraramended io this Country by a great number .if respectable individuals, who have experienced its saliitucy influence, araoAg whom is the ISrotlier of the late Lo-d Alvaoley, nnd Lurd Brydges Rodney, il restores tone lo th� Stomach, removes the.eO'ects of unrpe 
                            

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