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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 22, 1829, London, Middlesex                                ,    THE LAST WKBK BIT TWO. APOLLONICON, a Grand Musical Instrument, under the Patrtmn^e  OffO,   Russini-Concerto,  .laniewic-Swiss So�<;r, 'he   Moun-tttineera Return, Bnriiett-Oivertiinento, with Airs from Znnbeifloie, .Purkif-Duet, JVinifer-Woznrt's Wnlli, witli vnriations Puikis-'So�e, ^Isfe ofBenuly," Unwlins-Flnale, " Coine "ntii these vellow Winils,"SttVbuson, Ac-At the Rooms, lol. Si. Mnrlin's-lnne.-Adniii-i  _ ^0 EQUITAELE POLICY HOLDKllS KNTITI.KI) TO BONCS -As several (iptuniis who will Imve ndditinns mmle to their Polirirs should they be nlive ou the 1st January, 1830, h.ive prudently nvailfd themselves of the very low rates for short pcrimls presenied hy I'lc Asylum Table of Premiums, by in-uriuR their Lives in thai Cimo-jipny fncthe intermediate term, 1 Iipr leave to call the nTlenlion �f the Polity Holders petierallv to the impnrlnnce of iidnpliiip so iic-; ressiiry a precaution, by which the iirnlmhle nmmint of Bonuj may he certainly ntLiinable by tlie Kaunlicanr tlie Assured. In tlu-se otses pr�i>orti<)Bale allownnre is made lut of a year's premium, for the number of months which havi- expired. Junel,l�^9. (iF.O. lARIlK.N, Resident nirertnr. ASYtUM FOREIGN an.l DOMESTIC LIFE OFFICE, for Foreign Climales, Prejn.-incy, Disease, aud ad- vanced Age. ALTKRNATIVE .'JKLECT BRANCH, Willi choice of Three Srales of Premium for Healthy Penons. 70, Cornhill, and *3, PnU-mall, London. niRECTOR.1. The Hon. �Williain Knser, Chairman. Colonel LHsblngton, C.B. M.P., Deputy Chairman. C. W. HaHelt, Ksq. Sir J.nines Gainbicr William Edmund Ferrers, Esq. Thomas Kenn, Esq. Foster Reynolds, Esq. William Pratt, juii; Esq. John Kymcr, Esq. i rrniVcis Kemlile, Esq. Cnjit. Geo. Harris, Jl.N., C.B. G. Fnrren, Esq., Hesident Director. . PHYSICIANS-Dr. Gooch and Dr. JferRusoo. SURGEONS-H. Mayo, Esq. F.R.S.,and T- Callaway, Esq. I  AGE. Females need not appear; in slight cases of Disease the Rales are extremely moderate, and Insurances are granted to persons �f advanced age. Prosjiectnses may be bad at the Office, or by letter addressed ta � Ibe Resident Director, and Insurances mnj be effected srithaot any delay. _ SURREY.-To be sold by PRIVATE Contract, a capital FREEHOLD MANSION, upon a very superior scale (with Immediate pusiession), just completed throughout, reenrd-less of expense, witli every suitable appendage for a family nf dis-tinctiuii. The land fax is redeemed, and ihe poor rales are very h>w. This capital House has been more than three years in hand, can-scqaentijr. the trails are perfectly seasoned ; it is seated in a small timbered Park) of about 55 acres, inclosed next tko road by a neir oak park paling, in the parish of Oxsled, nearGoldstone, with the exclusive rijlit of shouting over about lOO acre of land, and surrounded by penllenien'a sents, on the rond to Westrrliam and Seven Oaks, a favourite and beautiful country and excellent r.iods, only as miles Iroin town, with or without a very valuable Farm Hdjoining, in a rini; fence, witli farm house, bam yard, &c. Ac. containing about 10(1 Acres of rich Meadow and Arable Land, iiilersPtied by ornamcnial preserves for game, well watered and finely timbered, and is in tlie iin-inciliale Ticinily oftliree pncks of hounds. The Mansion, of its sire, is one of the most complete in Uie county of Surrey, Inlely erected hy liio present projirietor in tlie most suhstnutial and admirable manner, intending it for his own residence, and now just fniislicd in n rorre-spniident style of elegance ; containing rooms of fine dimensions, ,int\ very bi;;bly decnrateil; the two drawing rooms together about � feet bytl feet; library about H feet squam; saloon or billiard rruini, Qi feel by 16: the dining ro.>in, SS feet by �l ; and no inner hall, all nearly It feet high, with plnle glass; two wn'er closets, six brsi bi-d chninbers, two very large dressing rounis, tlnee secondary bed roomi, and five servants' ditto, n coniplet>^ suit of dmneitic olTices, cnpiial stabliMgfor seven horses, with men's rooms over, two douWc coach bouses, yard, and ranges of useful oulbuildiiiRS, encircled by ab.ui an acre,and n half of garden ground, inclosed mi all sides hy capital waits, and is planted with (he choicest fi jii liees. Ii is B)>proni hed hy an elegant Grecian Lodge, is well dressed uith pinntati.m*, and rmn-inands on till sides dcligh'Tul and piciurcsiiue scenery.-Fe inont d, heat-- rssorlineiit of fashhinable Perlnnies he bus yet had the honour of introducing to their notice, lie h/>s many superior compositions, peifertly new, ofexquisiie fragrance, in addition to bis ileservedly admired Fragrant Veget.ahle F.xlmct, lor beautifying the hair and for preserving the  ins-i�ttry-square, most respectfully solicit the attention of the Nobility, Oentry,aud Public iu General, t� a newly discovered MINERAL fur fillini; Decayed Teeth,unrivalled by any former Experimentalist; the nature of Ibis invaluable substance is such that tbe cavity which retains it will, in the siinco of a second, become as hard and as durable as the natural enamel, lasting for many yeai-s, and by its means orrestingthe ropress further decay, or any unpleasant effect of ntinns]ibere, &c. Tbe operaliun is performed in about two minutes, witbnut pain or iiicnnvenieuce. In fastening Loose TeeUi, Monsieur M. and Son have, from a long course nf study, attained i* a mode peculiarly efficacious, particularly in cases of aged Persons, whether arising from neglect or diseases of tbe gums Also Artificial Teeth, both of Mineral and N.t-tural Substances fixed, ond Palates replaced, nn an improved principle; and likewise ofler for public insperlinn a Compssilion Head, plainly illustrating tbe mode of construction of Ihe complete set of AruRcial "Teeth, which may be seen in their natural actiun. Charges striittly mridf rate._____ ACERTAIN CURE for CORNS.-The in-liillible GERMAN CORN-PLASTER. This most effectual retnedy las enjuyod a very exteusive sale for upwards of half a century, and continues to maintain a decided superiority over all oint-mcnis, salves, &c.nf tlie like description, npTordlng iminediatc relief to pe^>on9 afflicted with Corns of recent or long standing, without the least Injury to tbe feet. Prepared by T. AXTELL.and sold in bores, at Is.ljd. each,by Messrs. Barclay,Fleet-market; Butli-r.Cljejpside; Edwards, St. Ponl's Church-yard; Prout, near Temple-bar; Terser, i,FiiicIi>l�uc: Sanger, IM, Oxford-street; Sutten and Co., Bow Cliurcb.yard; Word, Holbom; and all Venden of Potent Medicine. B No. 11,755]      WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 22, 1829.        [Price 7i? rpo PAVIORS.-The Commissioners for oarry- JL lug into ciecutioii the Act 7th Geo. IV. cap. /7, do hereby give Noiice, lliat they are ready lo receive Tenders from Par.ies willing In en'er into n Contract for KEPAVINC cei/iin jioriions of Ihe .STRAND, ,ind STREKTS, and FLACKS adjacent thereto ; the particulars of which may be obtained at tbe Olbcfl of his Majesty's Woods, Foros'i, and Lnml Itevenue*, in Whitehall-place, wbero Tendei-s are to he delivered at or before Twelve o'clock on Tuc��lay, ilieSKIh day i.f Jaly. 1'.9. Omceof Wond>, ,\c. 9ut .Inly. 1S29.______ PDRSUANTMoVDecree of tbe High Court of   come in and prove tbeir debts before James William Farrer, E'-q. one of the Mi-�ten ot the �aid Court, at Ms t;iiamhei-s, in Souihampton.bo'lJings, Chancery-lane. Ixindon, or, in default tliereot, they will be peremptorily ex-clndeil llie benefit of the said Decree.-Samuel Harper, Solicitor to the Plaintiff, 10, lannou-sireel. City. PURSUANTTo'an OriTer of~the H^glTcourt of t'hnncery, inaile in n cause ' Haynes on-ainst Ash," 'be Next of Kin of ROWLAND WILLIAMS, late of the v.lty of Bristnl. tobacco-uiit, deceased, who were I'vingnt the 'ine of his tleatb(which bap. peiied in the mon'h of Mnrch, I'lior Ihe represcn itivea of siKb of tbem rs lia�'c since died, are, on or before the 'iOih day nf August, ls;j, lo come i-i and inr'ie out '�eir claims before 'le Hon. Robert Henley Edcn, one of "le M,'-te. ; of the sr'd Court, at b=s CtanaDbcrs, In Sou.iiampton-buildinps, Chancery-lane, London; or, fu default I'lereof, -'ley wi'.l be iicreropiorily excluded the benefit of the luid Ocder.-Ai.iott and Eli.ei ton, Pla-it-ff's So'icitois,Parnir's.buiW'ngs, Tetnple. npO T RA VELL eRsT-a7 English PhysicialT, J- residing pracf itioner in Ii-ily, be--igabout to retorn d)ere,.will be happy to occoinpaay any Invalid or Family. He speaks FMlcb, Get man, and Itr t'an, flues "y. Address S. s.,Poi .er'sl.)��;c, Sfipteif Inn, Holbn. i. TUNBRIDGE WELLS.-R. DELVES,,House Agent, Ii.'s now to LET Fouo'Tin Cottage, from July SS; Mount Neviii, �tt.iU handsome laii.v and garden, from Augifst I ; Little Grove House, from Augu-t 8; Heath Cot � je, from Angosi S; Pelham House, close to the Coininoa, from Augjst In. All letters addressed to R. Delves, Hnuso Agent, win meet with immediate nttentimij_ NO. 8, MARLBOROUGH BUILDINGS, BATH.-To be SOLD hy PIIIVATK CONTRACT, this trilj capi-il rid most desirable llESIDENCE, faring the Crescent Fields, and commanding from i's balcony in front the wliolecoiip d'tpil of ihe City of Bath; and from the rear, views of the most delighl'jl picturesque-ceiierj. The tmure ii freehold, subject to a yearly unit lent of lit. Us. 6d. The prein'-ses are most �ubs-:intially built, and in the best po ible s'lle of modei.i repair. ThiJ Furniture, which coin-bines elei;aiice of desi^.i with superiority of qu.tlily, the principal portion having been supplied from a first-rate London Maniiiac-turer, will be sold wil'i the house, in one lot.-To be viewed hy tickets only, for which,and for .iLher particulars, apply to Mr. Bar-ttuin, Hou�e Agent, Aiici.niieer, &c. No. in, Milsoin.street, Bath. NTICORROSIVE LITHICPAINT, reco^- mended for painting stucco fronts that ar� thoroughly dry, as well as for painting rough out door wood and iron work, agricultural implements, T, wind, b.iil, lis own water, ami hy its own aclion conver*s It inin fine deliclnui Cnlfee, superior ill Aavi'ur .and strength, with one-lhiid less Coffee tliJii by any other means ever invenled. ETNAS, and SKLK-Al I ING ALt:()IIOL BLOn -PIPKS, for boiling a pint of water ill live uiinutes withnnc Ainnl.e or smell.-Conjurors or PoUalile Kiuhens, C .rdnii Ketiles, witli incninbiistible s\ icks, nnd India Portable Kilcliens. l>laiiulaciurer of every description of Fire Boies and Floaiiiir l,ij;l.ti: Ni.|il.iha tor Spirit Lamps.-N.B. Trade supplie.;. ENITY'S  CALCrNin3^^lvrAGNESiAl;,)i;^ liiiues to he prej*areil, with the most scrupulous care and ntien-lijii.oy JlesirvTllDMAS and WM. IIENllY, Mnnufacturing Cheiiii,i,, MuiicUesier. It is sold in Bottles, price is.Sd.; or, with glass stoppers, HI 4s. r,d. stamp iiuUtded, with lull ilirections for Its use,by tbeir various Agrn" ill tlie jMei inj.Otis, and llirfiugnoul lUe IJuiteil Kif^doins; hilt it c;ii' lot he genu lie r'-'ess tUeir names are engraved on the tjo-\ e. Tnewt stamp, whicli is fixed over the cork or stopper ot each buttle. Ot most lit iliw Venders nf llie Magnesia may he liad, autheiiiiraied hy n �im''ar si nnii. HKMIVS AllOMATIC SPIRIT of VINEGAIl, the iiiventi. 7, St. PanTs Church-yard ; price 4s. and per bolll.'. 5iiiie).-The Caiioii-t.ill IMate, nnd all its Elegant lOffecl-, tor SAl.K, by niiler ol'Ihe Mill :-;igee, without reseive, and with imiiiediale p.ssesMoii, ileli?;iiuill> siiuated near Knlgsioii, only III miles li nni TnM 11.- Ill lie KlLI> li) Al'l riDN.ui..... llie premises,on Tue-fiiy, the 4lli lit Auga-t, nt H nVlo. k, by direction ot the .Mortgagee, A n  i;i-i-:g.\nt modern erekhold A --.     liKSIUKNCK, ill tlie I'ariih ol Mc-rinii, .1 beaulfu f i>:iri of ^uricv, Ijt'Urcfii Riii^stun ;iml Kitsom, CDHipletc wiih every ripia'ii-itu;:^^- hir ;i inoderiilc e*>tablij(hineiit ; g'oott (fardciw, ilt'lishtln* hurc pn'uuds, eiii ranct? lotJg^t*, cn[ntnl sinhhiis;, /ibove Stnt-nly Acret tif ricii park-like and iiif.iilnw J^iul, 'I'lthe Krt'e. The uhnle HI iiL-tfeci onlt-r. l.)r tntl.iitt j>os!,fssi.)n. Ok Ihe sjtiMt', and r-'iltiwin^ iln^ti, will be SOLD, ^vilboui ttie Ic.ist rcst-i ve, all lue excfllriil niidinoilfin KURNITLIIIK, lnr;rc g^lMxM-s, cItiLk!>, liaitdsoinf cbiita and ^Kisi, ami variuut huuscliultl t:tiVct^; aLso 'J'^.i Kit Ks t.f H.iy. Tlie Ktiaie may lie viowctt, ^v\Ul Tickets, ntiJ 'be F'lPiiiture, on MsMiday, tlie :Jd i-f Augttsr. De^n iptive partirnlars may be bail nn Hie pi ei�ijte-�; of ^VilJiall� Gnilmji- Ksq. Sfltcitor, Abiit;;dni) ; and \ >t Dnint-J Striiih ;un\ San, Laud Ageai^t &c., Alderinau's Walk, Broa.nnd T;.v. -To be SOLI) by AUCTIOV, by Mr. BKNTLEY, at the Lion Inn, Kiddet .ninster, oh Wednesday, the -iOih in^t., at Kuur u'Ciock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions then produced, ^f^JlAT truly eligible aiitl highly desirable pree- JL HOLD KSTATK, Known .as BllOCKENCOTE HALL, the late resilience of Samuel Milche", ICsq., situate near to the vi"itj;u of tJtiaddeslcy Corhett. The House contains, on the ground floor, a handsome hall, 19 feet by 17, with neat pnrtico eiiir.stice ; drawing-room, 17 feet by IG; dining room of larger diinensio'is, witli French folding doors, opening under a verandah to the sooth; a conserratory, brenkriis: room, nnii m'l suitable ollices. On the chamber story are four spacious and airy bed rnoins, two servants* apartmeniH, and a store room. There is ^ood ccDuring, .-iiid the whole is well sujiplied with both kinds of water. Detached is a capital coach-hliuse and excellent stablinp for seven horses, with lofis and prannry over, under one rnof, surmounted with a cupola clocli. Al a slinit distance are Tnriniis useful ngiicul-Lirnl buildings, including; .1 iiewl>-erected shed, with slated roof, to tie up twelve cows, with cnlves* pens atticlied : barn, cart linuse, pip-sties, &c., .and enclosed fold yard; productive kitchen and flower jrardeiu, neatly laid out, nnd in part walled, the walls clothed with chiiic t fruit trees; near to which is a line sheet of wafer, upwards of nn ncie; beautiful lawn, shrubbery walks, and 41 acres (more or less) of exceedingly rich and fertile land, lyiii; very compact, within a ring fence, studded witli rem.arfcnbfy fine oniAineutJil timber, foriniiie a iiarklike appe^tronce. The land is of tbe first quality, and, except four acres, all in grass. The Kstate is divided by itood fences Into conreiiient enclostires, the whole well watered^ and io part bounded by an excellent trout stream. The House, which has a carriage drive approach from Ihe Vanipiko road throujk an avenue of thriving shrubs, ia seated aear the centre of lis own grounds, not quite half a mile from the cburcli, in which are two gallery pews. From Bromsgrove and Kidderiniuster it is distsnt four miles and a half, from Stourbridge eight, from Worcester fourteen, nnd from Birmingham eighteen, all of which are excellent market nnd post towns. A coach to toadon paases the entrance gate three days a ireek. There ia a Roman Catholic Cbnpel sviibin about a mile. This property is marked with a variety of heautlfitj landscapes, the neighbourhood in highly respectable, and altogether it forms one of the most delightful retreata ia tbe county, tbe teuurttbeiag- Freehold, lUe Land-tax redeemed, and free of Tithe (except that jmrt only [ which may nt any time be in tillage), uiust render it an object of > great attraction.   Possession nt Michaelmas next. The very approjiriatu furniture may be taken by the forcbajer at a valuation, if desired, Kor a view apply on tbo premises.  Aay further information may he nlitnined nn npplicnliun to Mr. Bury, SoUcitor, Bewdley ; or Mr. | Beiitley, Auctioueer, Worceater. i NEW LINE of STEAtM PACKETS belweeii LONDOV aid DUnl.l.N. al CONSIDKRABLY RKDliCKIf HATES of F11K:0HT and PASSAGE.-The new nnd po-serful WaO-Oir.ce Sleaiii Vessels WILLIAM KAWt.KTT, LiPAit. r,AMP8KLL|. ll.N. Cninir.iiiilcr; and the LKK. Lieut. CHAPMAN. ll.N. C�irt-iii.ai.der; start allrrnately, onre a week, from o(T 'jnioii Stairs, calling at Plvini'Dlll nn!y.    Kmc in tlie State (aliins,      2a. Tlie WILLIAM rAWCKTT starts Tj-Morrow -Passengers to be on board l*y nne o'clock. I'rniii the sujierinr spei-d nf tliese Packets and their calling at one port only nn ihelr pass.i|re tn and Irnin nuhliu.tliey are ei.nliled to make their i ovaces in a remarka'ily simrt time, and present great adf vaniajjes fur Iravellera between Lmidnn, Dublin, and the St>uth df: I'.iiclattd. AIIGooils intended for Shipment by the above vessels to he sent dnwn uiih full part riilar�, and duly directed to Galley-quay, Lowet" Thames street-11. Smith and Snn, Wharfingers. Turther particulars mav he learneil on applic.aticn at the Geiier.al Steam Packet OfHce, 11, Eden-quay, Dublin; of Richard .Morris. Ply, motilli ; and in Ijniilon, at 37, llnyiLi.-irKet ; or of John Hall aud Co., Circus, sriiinries. STEAM   fRAUElW  TO   IRELAN D.-Most expeililiniis Daily t'.niivej aiice loall parts of Irel.liid, Scotl.-iiid, Isle of Man, and Wales, by Steam Vessels, trnm Lirerpool. Arrangementi having-been made with tue several Steam CompHuies in Liverpool^ Goods, Merchandize, nnd P.iixels, are c.arefally forwarded to the under-mentioned places, in the cbeapcs' and most expeditions manner-Liverpool Newry Limerirk Carlisle Dublin                Drugheda              and all parts     Duinlries Belfast               AVexford                 of Ireland.      Whitehaven Londonderry      t-ork                  Glasgow              T^acasier and Dundalk             Watcrford          Greenock            North Wales Arrangejuents having also been made wjth the respective Carriers and Coach Owners, Goods and Parcels requiring dispatch are now forwarded, at reduced rates, from Lijndon daily. � BY COACH, deliverable in Liverpool, In twenty-six hnurs, froai wheii��3 Steam Packets are dispatched daily to Oubiia, to arrive on the following day. BY VAW, delivernVjle in Liverpool in forty-two hours ; or, BY CAHXL, FLV BOATS, deliveiable in Liverpool on the sixtbday. The Public will observe, that by the above arrangement they have now the adv.siitage ef a daily disiiatch Inr Goods lo all jjaru of Ireland, an ndvantaje which cannot be afforded by any oiher mode if conveyance wliaierer. Owners of Goods or Parrels wisliiiig to .ascertain or pay tke full freight on the s une in LninUiii, Inive the pou er of doiiij^ so, in winch case an uiideri.-ikni^ n'U be f.iseii to fnr�;ird lUein to tlieir destiiia-liiiii witlmut any additiuiial charge whatever. Parties forwarding Goulds or Pisrceis 10 auv nf the afmve places, and applying as under, will receive every neieksary int'nniiatinn frniii JAMKS IIAVF.S, Agent, British and Irish Steam N.'ivigation 0tficc, Cornhill. Owners of Goods desirous of having tbem insured ag.ifiist the risk of the Sens and Steam Na\ i;;.it ion, may have the same effected (the Pidiciy being made out wuhnut any cl'..irgc for Brokerace) by authority of^tlie Liverpool Sieoiii Packet Company. A liberal a'owance made on Kreights and liisnr.iiices laid in fjondon. Stores, li, George-street. Maiisioii-kouse. HALL'S NEW GHNEItAL ATLiS.-On the 1st of August will be liublishcd, Pait XV. printed on elephant pa per, price los. 6il. of ANEW GENERAL ATLAS, with the Divi-sions and Boundaries carefully Colnuied: constructed entirely frnm new drawings, and engraved by Sidney Hal'.   To he coinpleted in Sev eiitcen Parts, fontenis : -Western Hemisjiliere - Asia-North America. Printed for Longinaii, Itees, Oinie, Brown, and Green, Lniid.n.   Of whom may he hnil. Par - I. in XIV. price lOs. fid. each. Ill order to render lliis .Vilas : s perfect a- )>n.s3ible, the Pmptietors liave made ai .aiigeiiienis to give fnur maps in plare of three, in Parts XVI, (Oct, l)and XVII. (Dec. I) without any extra charge, which Mill coinidele the w^uk.____ _________ �     On the IsL of August w,il be puhtished, )irice i?s. fid. No. I.nf TllEOARUENS aiitl MENAGERIE of the /,0t>L0i;:iAL SOCIETY DKLINEATKD ; being Descrii>tinns and Ki-jres 111 irustration of the Natnrnl History of the Living Ani-iiials ill tlie Societ>'s ('oHerlniii. Pulilnhed with the S.inclinii nf the ( . line under the Suiieriniei.ilerce ni the Secretary and \ ice siccro-lai y nf 'le Society. l.,ondnn : % . lla.les, IfiS, Piccadilly, JiUOKS I'LULl^iiED THIS DAY. KSTABLISIIED S( HOOL BOOKS. MlsSCELLAiNEOUS QL'ilSITOXS, relatina priiinpalu to ENGLISH lllslOllY and UIOGHAPHY: de" signed for the u-e nf Ynuiig Ladies. Uy I'je l.ite WILLIA.M BUTLEIl. Edited by THOMAS BOLllN. Te iclier nf Writing, Arithmetic, and Geii;:raphj'.   'f'hird edilinn. linin. Is. tnuirul. bnld hy Samuel Leigh, IS, Strand ; J. Harris ; Harvey nnd Dartnn ; and Simpkiii and .Marsli.ill.   01 wlnnii may be obtained, by the same ' CHltONOLOOK AL ind BlOG11APHICAL EXEHC1SES, tigliih edition, lihnn. 7s. (id. Iintintl. 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(ieo;;rapliv, Aiirnii.iuiy, Heathen .Mytlnilofrv, CIa*si(.:al PhraM-o'.i);:y, ;ii.tl n jrreftl and in't-reitiii^ variety of inivcfllaneum Mibjnis; t!ie wh.dr temli:!;: cr-'.-ir^c f'le b.'undariet t�l Juvenile Knovi liil^e, by iin:i>-a-�iii;r I'* ^;   -iiul  thn-  ilb s.-uml ( la-fiu 1 ur liberal learning. In lai-ie a better suj.cr^triutun* if S(h....| Kduiation. Uy JO.sKI'H til f.)n.�erfy of li.i- K lyil ^M.d.r v (--'lle/^e, mul A"fht>r > Un- autlmr wttli unusual care nml sTl tfiuinn Iti Ilie \r.iiiti nf Tearlit-is. ITs lon;^ and .stiCf-et"�i u I |iratlu-e in lUi* education -it youth inu't a I� a ys pi ve hn Ij.'oVs a dendete i** n..t siHirt of SIXIY TH(H -^-VM): and uhen the "GKN'KRAL S(li(>()?, gl' K.s'M(),S nOOK" h ' iken iti station C� here it noon wiU ))e) in ev*?ry re-pectible �chool hi ihe eni(Jire� the lotil sale of thete aibnirable Seiiool H..ulii ttiuit i>f i^rea;Jy inrrrased. 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