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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                �jt.p PVEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER^^T. .?^09. PKICK SlXPBNCI.H\LFPENNy. bin l-TlHros.in llie^-HKOtt Y jjliF CouDlv ofjMH'tlW't, 1^-4. Trr.i-iir.'r i.,    HP ' '''-^ A NATOM Y |je^yr�sln^>i|st, and thnt they lmv�! nTijiec- i ^KUilTheaifPiforsUyetiiii Inst pa. .....    -----1--------,, ,,.,,,i^. ,,,^ This dai'art- pulili;hed, inSvo, prire 8s. l.aards, THE OlUNlONS uf DIFKKRENT  AU-T�OKS iHJon the PUNISHMENT i.f DEATH. Select^'! by HASlL"aiONTA''iU, Esq. i.f Uncrtlns-um; PrinJed for Longnjaq, ilursJ. Uec^, and Onnc, Paternni-tcr-row. �____ This.day is publiilted, ^iimb bditinn, corrected aiid im- _' ppiived, priri* hs. 3d. hrtund. sVci �QM'mdayr6ri�iHrth^ odocli In the ( RTlllR SCIIOLAU'aSl'Kl^l.lN(i ASSloTANT, TrrcATIlK of AMATOMY,  Great Win.l. mnj-slrert.-Mr. W-II,SON       besJutVe Wf.VTK/l COURSE of his LKCrWIES mi AlVArOMYrjt'll V- ] SJOj;.0riy,  J'ATMUi.OtJV, and ,' B will brtpft the Winter O'lurseof hii Lwitun-s mi I'fl l-^MISTJi. Y and MA-TERl\ iMEDXCA,:odMonda)-, Oct. 9,atei6hl o'clock in t!ie iir  .d>l said �r^oi^nis r"'"*"'''** :">d ron-'j^*lraARticli C^�^nnd |fcrfcctc�ir;jct from t'letaid l^Mtn^ucfAine4n(Xmui$,}ti ewy j>arUcMltM', waiter, atid KA.-iMiOA A IMNCl\G -PUtVATB TUITION. XvJLiQo-t giMirful tlianfcs to bis Friendiandthe I'tihltc ; iti jujertil, fur I lie veryj diiitifitjJiisKed jHitrotiii^e bc'lia-^soj Tliis da^ is published. Third "Edition, i loHR �-x(ieri�'n�v (l this arcuiaplishmeni, ur tuose wbo/hava nut att(iti!ril the prvfcut fosbimialde njude," ro^x. Xlall, t\tbtfr-tai�e n an Jinprntrfd P.'iUl,aCCprdiuj7 Id their respeeiivc Pruicipits uf Aicrentua-tioiif ilia maimer calculated to lannliarizc ilie Art of .Spcl-'ling;and l'ri�nunciatio�, ta nrniiive difficuliir?, .ind to ftic.li-tal<- general iiin�rnve!n d u>r the L'sr uf SchonlB, and private iuiihin, Ry TUOAiAij CAUPENTEtL, Master oftlife .Academy. Ilford. E�sex. i'rintcd for Umamaii, lliirri, f{ef=^ and Orme, Paternoster-rinv. Of vTb�m nuty be liad, bv the s.iine aulliur, the New O.^thiigfaphic-j.1 A*M.-ta�it, price'is. bound. iu Two vols. fcap.. rs VICTUALLING 0*:riCE, Sept. 18. 18^9. THE Commissioners for FiduaUitig His Ma. jtth^ ftavp do herthf'iive ffatUe. that on Tuesday, the 3dOcldbtt nexf, tht^^eUlht reaig to rteeitie Tmitrs in writing, (uattd ap) and treat far OSE IfOifOREO TiroasJtyD gallons of wustjsuia �UM, tube d�^tve��) it>t*t>' >m Warebo�^ ...... r^il^tASS'ioeach Fainting one shilling Cpi-n from ten .fyiE>n.l LIfli-INSiyRANCE CO.VPASV, ""T- "Hew BaiiMSB-STnEtT, iJlackriti an s.; BMPOWKKEUBy'ACt.OF PAKE! A Mi-NT. ,y9^J)ttfla�S�xaSm^^', and on i-i ves ; and fpr the Grai.t A ... �tM^d Purchaae �>f AN>c'if TK5?tlbA?f^SfaHtngduea shotiltf Jtlfc;w*(�J'#^Vfifi�'cnday�fPMii thai peri-sd. � :/tb3iri#ht�fit* > �a Ijie^Vetni'iins iif (ill Fire ^i- ' nWWfi" ifrturirice^'aid 'every farilriy h nffonted by which "tte'ililgUitatMtcohitentfnee of the Pi'iil-cniHV l^* pr<s made ^rond h\ \ rl "this tillc^wUhoot deduction or ilisconnt-lii^unno are   /l^dlaiocbparlsdfthe Metriipoisasp.iriaki- �f lUei/a-j twrrftfcoiuitry riaks, ke.'tbe Wt�tern pan, and the iiew BBlldliig* griicrany. ' ' �'^^(^dits'are'appoiirted h� every principal town, who are I: alMtagnMsfprthe ProTidenlLifeO.*lJce, founded ou siinilar ' � "^y'" J. T-HiVRBKn. Managing r?;rector. ['^nflHte'CLASSES for the di/fon-nt Brandies of '"BDUOATION; wfllbtt opened the ensaing Si-iiion^ -       Tlie Rev, GEORGE H- BAIRI), D.D. Prlncuial. ' � .i'-ClasMs., . � Days and iwurs of opening.      Professors. ^irst Ujumanity Or f Wed. Uctol.cr IS, .  .' I^ilin  htf^littemdti-YT'*�day/lS'ov; 14,        j^^jj^. ClAlMTAf. SKCOND HAND I'KDAI. HARI�, \ Jill llie Pedals, bv Krar: it sHdom brealis strings and hh> a >;re'ii cover pticeoiily^ guiiieiis. At^o a {inoil SToiid-liaiid I'Tanot'orre !it I'i guinei's. hilto, at 10 g s. Ditto, S guineas These I'ian^forics are very proper- ff�r EcanuTS, sr tci save .the xvearin:j out i-f expensive Inslru-nu-nts :'tliey are .ill now to h.* Sold at these very low prices, having lieen taken in excliaPl--. To he M-eii .-if iNo. j, Leicester-place, Leircsler-sqnare, from ten to four. WAN:i^:i> �ithii� ten n>iU�i of IlycJe-Park-Cornerj^a COU.>.T(iy HOUvSI'., completely for-nirlie,!. fit foi the rrcepiion of a Nobleman's Kainilv s it nmst j liaveacc>tninoii;iii6n for 15 t 16 servant*, standing fiir two 1 cirrases. J"id .'�tabling for six or eight horses.- Kicninond or ili^iieighboumond wo-ipl tie jire'crnd. Ii will be taken for seven ni.Hiths from the in ddle of .Vo�ember next. Particulars to be cut to Tailiam and Uaiiey, Mount-ttreet, Grjsveiior-siivare. w ANTKD lo Purchase, in ibe vicinity of Gro.veiior or Uerkeley-sqnarcs. a HOUSI'm con-taioji-g not less th;ui iliice roniin ��� earh of the prncipal ' Uoorii.'wiih goi'd odii'-'! nf evrry de'crif^iun, bl for the .-.c- } commodation of a .Vobiemnn's Fa�>il�-or a Foniished Ill-use of the above dnciipiion, wotdd be taken for one or two years certaiu. Particulars to be seot lo Tatliamand Bailey, M'Junt-street, Grosvcrnor-sqnnr-. . ttfi iMi^iWraUV i is- e^ft�.is.V liy UllAK^EWi^KLi-  > ' Printed for Longman Hurst, Itees, and Orme, P.-iternostcr Ri�v.  Of nhoiu may b? bad,by.the same Author, J. A System of'Oiieiaiive Surgery, fonnded on the Basis of AJiHlomy, iiu2 vols, royal 8vo. j.n'ce \l. Us. 2. The Anato'inv of ihe'lirain, ii>rxynt4io. ^/ 2s. Udj, 3. A SeriiS of Eiigraii.>gs of tire �\'er�cs, price il. Is. 4. KDj;raving-tf the Arteries, J/. Is biKirds. 5. Anatomy of Expression in faioitug,. 4t(i,     5s,  .he Autit-'iny of the jlumaer Body, in 4 vu]s. Uoyal B�o. price S/. JOs. boards. IT. RlG(ii';'s tt:eo/!.ttd MAUN K ill: a.\- ZOIl TABLET, palroii.zed l^y bis Koynl Ui^iLiii-s the I'rioce of Wales, having become so high ifi rf-puiaioi iis to be considered the only invrndoii iti the w^rld cipabfe of forming a most sci.-uiiiic and acute ed^e to a Uaror w iih ut the use of oil or grease. The Proprietor �nd Inventor leeU it'hisdutyfo caution the. Puliiic that iimie are gniuine bif:d"'u.^ O.NLY FIVE THOUSAND JiUVlBEKa.  .Mr. Chriblison � \ir. Dunbar l;,tS�" \ � |T�e�lay^Nov. 14, ' Jii^PhHosoy*r^|;%#^ Mr. Ritchre Mr. Stewart iliMtrrk* & Btf tsii^^ i Dr. Brown H.^^n^HWwry,J----\  Tytler '^"�i^^^' V '. W, J8W.. ^ ^ pr. Cot-entry Wi�f iii'i t�- , Dr Jam&Uome II >t)r bdnean, sen. - ^.A�^.^fWedn�dkjr> ,jtdT 1^ WtlpRtMBPie/t&SAWSTOMy' wW be givrp,' rvt fay Dr. Ruihen'oru � ONI ED J^lOiiSONS.-A Lady who is cn. titled to'a very great fortune, of which nothing ran deprive her, wants 2 or a.iKUI. ;fi�r a short time, for Uhicli she is w'lling to pay larg ioon ;ia-l f�mr o'clock iu the arier(ioon. RICHI). OAKLEY, Solciiorio the .^isisuccs. Martin's-Iaiie, Cannon-street. LD CliUSrKp POii'T VVIXK, of tin- most ' superior quaiitv, at ftlWfrs. A.NDlCRlbN and �n'OODU's, 11, Little Winduiill-ttreet, (iolden square, in quantities of not IrSs than three Dozen, i)t 44s. per dozen, present cnsh ; iilso Old Port, from wood, at 4^^s. Old Sberri, 44-. delicately pale Ditto, 48s. India Ma'leiia, 63?. t^laret, 81s. vulU ijl "iher French and Forrigii-\\ iiies equally rea-. sonable. in nuantirii'a iif one, do7pn and upvtards. Ilotl Cogiii.ic Brands and Ilollaiidsi?3s. pergalln;i. Old Jamaica Kuu), ISs- Orar.-e SbruK, ^iKi'Bi>ttles to be returned to the* Porter, or paid for at as- pet dozen. JV. B. A large parcel of pecaliarlvfiiic old Port Wines, fit foriaimediale UMlli.ig, may be tasted, price one hundred guineas, per liipe. GauiucK'S]Ii�:adcokfi:r-Housk, ta. � VKSNy anil HOTl-.L, opposite the princip:il en-truoceto the New Theatre, Batv-sfc�eJ, Coveiit- *n.- . THOMAiS- Harris respectfully begs leave to acqHainl liis Friends and the Public-; tiintth "-------�   ------------� a.� a COICFKB-HOUSE fitted �^10-the nii\___^ ..... ,   _ and c^mniu'diuusCod'ee-BuoiQ* numerous Dining and nt.er R-ooatB, �u ted 10 accommodation of large and small patties. A giJiKl LnrdiT saiiplied wiih every Article fn :$e oii. And ha�|5ig selected au assortment ol tile choieesl. Wines mid Spirit;, he trusts tlint the iiccomnio.tali<-i!S of tlie Garr'ck's head will not be foiicd inftrior lo that of ai.-y siniil.-ir estri-btishinent, and hopes, by.uDrrmilting Attention and ecuno-piical Charges, to merit pubtic Favour._ SELLIiVG.OFF.-An opporiuniiy saving justly claimjiig the Public atteniion.-In consequence .,f declining certain branches of itie Music Line, th<'whole of t4ie vaUiable and select Stock of PItlNTED AlUSfC. Published and and Wilki also their AIENTS Squarp, and Violoncer new, and ali^n good �rder, Penoag rMrtliiig in the country, desirous of Hvailiug tliem-�elv^ gf theseadvaiitaifes,are reromincnded t(i c-'hiniit tlieir .cbmiiiands lo the Posi ; all orders will be puncidollv ;it. ieiiderf to, and such as di-stre only a small supply of Ma-iic, by  vo, or other pound note, they will cn-nure.attention, and a return of Music to the aiimunr. To avoid oiiiiecfssary trouble, in lowii, not less than ten sliillfngs aiid.sfokpeilce will betaken, _' ' CrtXTt: LOTTKRY, on a Nevt and i.nprovc^d >3 SCHEME, consisnng of only 5000 .Vuiidiers, to be Drawn in O.NE DAY, iOth ofNE.V-T MO.\TiI. The SCHEME cootuiiis Grant! STATE LOlTEkV..... a n,-� and highly improved Plan, to be drawn in one Dav, 'SOtb October ISOiL "ODGliS, PaLNK, and Co. Stock  tir.krrs, ny,  ill> of Ocfolier. ISitt), and on which day tiie imiiieiwe Sun of 28l),(X)tl/. may begai.ied by one N.iiilber ; and .tlso, tliaf instead of v, ailing in anxioui su-'peiice, as ill all ftirni-r Lotteries, the fortunate Purchaser, i .M.)b'R.' THAA.'jPOK'l-OFFJCi'., U esnnin-ter, Sept. 'lb, i.S;.y. TUiiRKAS (htrOamshPrtsonerxoJ Ifar named anil de-sciiuttl ut the fuul hcr ch the itdd J.'rU*ners, to any J'cnuii or I'crstn-i lehu shall C[;-iiehcmt than, ur elUitr of Ih.tm, and deteer tliuii nl this UJnf, iir olht-neiiK aiu$e them lo 6c seiurcl^ lodged in anij uf the. I'uulic I (SuoU. John Knudsen. Male of ,1 Merchant Vessel, 22 years of age. live feet miie iurhes, stout m;ide, bnig vi^ji^e, fiiir c-'ni-plexioii, light hair, grey eyes, bruiaed on Uic noscaiiU lace a!i,fr"i�i a recent fall or li.;ht. Andr. Jorgiiisen', Male ot a Merchant Vessel, 2i; yenrs nge, live feet seven inciies, >li- the I'rrson who mafcij- lht 'f'ntfr, or sojn: i'cri.fi on hU heha'f, aUetuU, to aium~r to fn'rn-f^d f'nr (.(� ^ i.t AC I > I l>;(.    I'RA^V . Cou.   .-.v-tiy-(;e,ieiaJ> Oiliiv, Sept. S3, 18lW. WAN'J'KD,/.J- Bfrrrcckx in the under, in nlioHid Couniifs in Soutt) Hr:iain, for the It-tr. rnL-k u,-A fjusiit f.om.tt I'ersun of I n.i'.n prupr.rlii cn ;Jg!'ig I" become hound Kith the parti) leadcrini; in the, sum cjrpitssrd in lht I'nrticulars, far I he diie peifurmance of the CuiUract; and pfisuns Iruderiir^ leiiV uft.irrer, l/iat thf.yy or ait J^ent on IUr.il- he half, mui pvs'iiiulij/ ai tend at this Of/icetOn th� da:jfoil.iiciiii; the said ISlh of l.Jct9ber, lu ktiou tht llecif sion t.a Ihcii I'rpposa'. It /rar.-rcj are seal hi/lfoil, the.Pvsly>f;K mvH be paid. I'artiaiUis of Ihe CoiUiarls tnajf tie hu:'. u>i apylituliun  vrhain,' En-ex, Hauls, Huit', l>le of Wigtit. Keut,^Lanp.isl.r, tUjl4A4j'�i ^or-tolk;   Northampton,  NorthaidbeitiSa,- Notttif *SS Varv�ic' ie:manner �ilh nn el.gant | ptexi.iu, light brown liair, blue eyos, two v/aris on iiie left ;irs of cheek.   . tii-l. Svendsen,-.Master of a Merrhant Ves�>-I, :;3 yi-ai ;>g , five feet eight iiielies, midille .-i^ed, o-nl visiii^e, lair c.-inpie�i.in, light hruwu liair, blue ey;�, no inarxs or WoUid*. Jurpeii Jlrnoings, .Master of a Mcrc.hanl Vessel, 27 yr.irs of iiKe, fi'.- lerlsix inches, slool mad-, /iniiid vi.s.isf, f.iir CJ.nip i-.vi.-i:, li j;ht ha;r. blue e\es, im> marks or nounds. L-'ii.nlz ..'K-iIzen, male of a .Vlerc/ian Ve>.-.-,, i.'l years of ace, live lert ^eveii incueS, stoul ui.ule, 1 ouh'I vi-n^e, f.iir coofjilexiuii, dark bro�ii iiair, blu^- ejea, uj n-.arivs or \\onn>l.-. ii. il. Toihaiuer, Mate of a .Mcicliant V'-ssrI, 21 v/';ir  ninrks ur uunods. H. T. Sloidl, Mtuti.-' of a Wercuaiil V essel, aj years of age, five feet cigni Inches, smut m-ule, oval usage, /air complexion,lighl eroivn hnir,grey ey'es, nomaiks nr wouuds. �a;ve Pederjen, Mate of a ftlercham. Vessel, lib years of age, bve feet five inches, sioui made, round visage, fair cum^lcvion, broM-n hair,.blue eyes, 110 aiarks or wounds. l. VVaaliiian, Mate of a Merchant Vcsser, "AS years of age, five feet six itiCbrs, stoat made, long vi.age, CuircoiupJexion, blown hair, blue eyes, a mole on the iioie. Audries i'ederreoj JVIate of a Merchant Vessel, 29 years of age,-fi�e fcrl�e�en inches, slender made, oval vssage, ruddy fComplexi�n, light iirowo bair, blue eye^, marked with the an.l iiossps-ioi) at Micii.ir'liniii.-To heSOLDtiy PRIVATE CO.N l'll\CT. the l.LASiv of six jeni-s of a very convenient FAMILY ilOUSI,, Willi c ath hou-e, two siabW, two arr-s of meadow, two gardens, a neat !;reert-b use, and iiu- i-muises .-i.-e slu.ile In iront of ihe high road to Ur'g"!-h-a, in cooiplete repair, [wo attic.-, four Inrge bed-r.-vemmeni for the present SPATi; LU'tTii^V, respectful^ inform Tne l^ua/ic, thai Tiriccti nild :^ares ere on Sale in great variety at their OtB.-es^ 11. ^ooliry't No. 12. Ch.viojt-crossj and 31. AltUbie J^-h'^treet The .Scheme of this Lmtiry is c.-lirelyjlie��, ^id has bithetto ri-G'-i-ed the ;|ii>>t unqualified appnifinliOn fliere are only OiU-jO iiHu.lierb-io ili.? Loner-.,rmd i-tie wh-de will be DRAWN IN ONI-: DAY. The 2 !th of net! .Montli. when the following Capital Prt'jej mutt 1)0 distribati-d a-Jtoug Ilie fortunate l'>ircbusi nl-o presrul* the' opportunity ncvcrliefore offeicd to the �l^llll^c, of gaimug the:aipieo�e �:im uf Sy.OW/. eO.O>Sl'. or40,0.)j/. by the purella^e -if Que 'dumber tmty. 200,00^.)/. J'''ize'M"iinev, to he h.id at .No. 2b, uomhiU, (Lon-doni, and St. Margarefs llill, Borough., ORNSliV &Co. ijiaie l.ottiry GiCm Keep. ,__er�. and Stock-Brokera, advise thiMt f(*e�jd8 not to delay their purchases of Tickets and Shjires^ as n -.Cb.-i er, the. Drawijig beginning mi >the 2i)th of Octobc'r, and finishing 00 lie *.-inie Day. Xhii-uet� RegiiLition meets with univepal Alipr-iba-tion. All Order? executed with the s.arae puoctuality, and at tfaft same price a� if p.ebi-nt. * lit      and 180b Capital Prizes sliared by HO JIN S BY and Co. 18,514........=e 20,000 JU,2�4..........aJiiOJ 19,oi4.......... 2(.),UiW 2,279 Ifl.no.i 133 ..-........ !0.0*>i R,S31......�.&,m 8,1 It)............6,000 1:',570 ..........-.5,-.00 17.1^7............. 4,0 0 3J}3S............ 2,008 - SeliilTg by''HAZARD, ; aiuijl Fox. �UICW E, .Tud Co. Stotik Brokers, at theii'State Lrttiefy -Aad- Olsefl, Matie dfa Merchatlt Vessel, 2ti years of a^e, OiEce, No. 9a, under the Royal Excbaiige, and oi> where i fivi^ feet aevet�inOlie*,6Usndermade, ow^i visage ruddy ciiiu-els^ in London on their Account. i picxiou, retHmirjgrey.ejes, no j^kark)^ or wounds. (tg* Letters, pojl paid, duly answered, and Schemes gratia ,' � Chns. ilwjdrirkstjD, Mat): 4)f a Merchant Vessel, 32 years ALL 1\ ONE DA V '-'-'-^     of age, litre feet si s inches,%Vluul niaie, round visage, farr The onW Lottery'tdiie drawn ihbVeaii cumplextoo, fairfcair. War ey carj of U^H.-VKOsOff^-GOODLUCK and Co. eoriu7|' age, five feet seven iur nes, stout itlade, long visage.fair.coin- -Several of )o.u)f. 500/. lao:. 50/. Sc;. ^ tlesides Ot^E MlLUON SrERLlXG in fowr.r Lotterieg. BILIOUS AND NR.ilVOCi.ilEAU-At;UliS, iiNDl ' DIGESTION'. Ac-Copy of-n Letter from R. LUCAS Esq. 10 Mr. D1XX)   . A pothecaty. ;iiYi     Mr.'fiussc^--itliefirel Lcc- -_jtm,' Le^are wiQ. l>e giten on t6e -ii^upyuian: muherfdrd:; JJr: UutnUton. � oBiiUUGfiJElY, by Mr, Ri.-s* foblic^ t>at the wbijle "drawn ia One Day, pnh of October next. e� to SIU-,-In . coDSfqwetu'-e of several, vi the Ea-t^ndies^ I Jiad contracted a .B/Iinas. I^inplaint, to such an alarihing eiteW, as to be scarcely aii^'ai tinitis, to pay attention to the daiii-s of my ship, 'l^gobgh^he ro-(Ommend.it.ion of a friend, I wa* led to make trial, of vour ___. ^ _ _   _ (Uiios'a) ANTimf.oos l'ii.j.s..by iheji�c.of,wh.l.cb, fora lie CMw^f Poticnts'Jnthe 1. O ICIL\RDS0N^G0ODLUCK and Co. Coriiirjl' agVfivefeet'sIvei idrnes, stout iftade, long visage, faircoin-    shbi.e, Wtijly fiee from Mi, return r��,�B aV ihewbpirof the New State Lotted �yiU >is-*    Jg'juu i'. Will|UbB, Master Of a Mcrcbani Vessel, 43 yiart    of pausca, yellowness ot the �kj,i, ucrvo�� and sick bead-�   -       ' ^    -       ^ -3        ^ .,. , ,...?ir. ,__,., ,..,., ..=,.1 f�.VJ.....,_    nehes, he^irl-bnrrrf, giddiness, and other c--f,V!fj:onding syrop- toras of the ahove-coiMplaici.'Ptie socici-as ot your remedy bos induced roe, ti> nfconjtuejhl ftgenei'ally, n.id my broitbe/ in particlar, third t^iStc^r ot the Duke  f Montrise fndia-man, yvhji labouried uoder a wurre aairlion, Sf poM>il>le, than �SDlCAJ.JBItlSPJRCl)EHCEvby'biCJ)trjtaK,jan .      ivwitu f.. .. -t-y--.---------^------------- i     5�$ei.fi*c f�t Uve inches, stout mnde, oval vi.sage faiitfcom- -----IK dark -brown hair, black eyes, uiarXed n'H&-'thc Pti^ii Pox, . '�'           -i   .        tom(iNubil^,aPrl^rf^tl�rbVfo^^^^ ---------- , fiy.efeeLseveji jiji:lies,.stojit.aiad�r, aval vis^Jg, fresh coui^ "  """^  .'.Bii*. tfock-,Mate  Cbeap-.tide^ comer,ot Paiermwier-r-'w 5 uail rAiail by ftiosi Cnnn-try MetliciiV! Vemfi-ni, tn every, iown, in bo.xei(aX&. auj 'it. id.eaiii, 'Ud Uaaily boxes at 22�. eacll   

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