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   Morning Herald And Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 23, 1784, London, Middlesex                                m XI'*N Q'f T^^A X R E.   , thV.klN^s l�i?EATR E, * the . i.,..�;-dHA^,i4**K*.tr,     -.*       - *r    -'"� :'; "A�s, called  \ ^i^-feMuficjenurcly. new, comp'afed by Slg, 'ANF0~SSI,' Jatcrfperfed with grand Choruflcs andBa^&siMeiaental to the | �    " Opera* ," "-',      | '.        1   .    '   Principal. Pirifo'rmers,.,    . ...  ". .tad of A& I. a new AK�8K4*>y$l& Bi^LttT, com-pofed by Motif, D'A.UBERtf-AL, jittitled, ' TR1EN.DSHIP �E ADS\Tc\fc'&VE. Principal. Dancers,' '  �   .- i"    : r their tickets. nPw'fea-rv fe> be delivered; as, in order to prevent fitfurc miiiakis, 110-kody can be admitted without producing a tfeket. ";'-'Attendance is given at the Office, in UYiio'n-caurr, o-fcery ,jjayj from ten till three o'clock,'to-deliver Tick-;;* and re-,tsive Subfcr'rptions. The dcors-in- Market-lane, and the new door in the Hay-market, for chairs only. A Drury - Lane, Dk U K y    ... A N K. OT   ACTED   THIS   SEASON, -fly His M A j E S T Y's C O M PA K Y T the -Theatre1 Roval in- T- H I- S   E YE N 1 -N G, THE    R E ...V E. N G E, Zanga,   Sir. JARRE N, . . ..' Carlos, - Mr.   B A R R Y M O R E, . >AK-arc?vMr. Packer� Qgiauc), Mr. Phillimofe, Asd Alonzo,   Mr.   B R E R E T O Ifabella, Mifs TJDi \VEt L, And Leonora, MVfe E. tiKMBLE, (Being h� fft Ajipcar�ncB }n xtat Charafter,,) N, "Alter which ~y.-IiTt be peiformed,iV the 151b. time, T H ?E IV. A .M"   T   H   E, Q   N, : .............. ..  4*?u.!Ora3. I7,s4� fl|pHl^\Pa;ntiiedn will be ppeneci^^ Monday t ..JL(- with additional �LntetCainmeiits of Dancing,^ ?nd'''Will: ie continued oh every l'ucceeding Monday during ; the fcafon.. '   . : \ . ,: Tvyg Ba^ds of Horns, Clarmets, Trumpets, Kettle Driims,', &C�.wiilhe1 ih'thegreat Orcheftra. ,    '. . .1..     ^   The RefjelhrnentS'as ufual. Admittance Five Shillings .each perfon. . ., v !. The Doors (in OxFord-ftreret'onIy) will Be opened' at Half ^ paftSemai b'Clock, and "the Mufic be^ia at Eighr, 'and the *' Dances cominence j^Nine,-o'.clock. >� ,.^^^81 There will be a MAsiyjEit ace, at this Place, on ^TriurRlaytbe 19th of Feb.'rick?. . a New i>aatojnime Entertammciit, called H A R h E a V I N   .] "U N. I OR;   Or, The  M-a c i c 'C e st.uS. ^ Tcttortw,. THe-Mo'�baft|. of Venice j and the Par.to-wime this and evtry eveping tilifgrther-notice.    . ^   C O V E N f - G A KD ji N. "  "NOT ACTED THJESi TWO VEARS.' T the; Theatre - Royal, Covent -Gar'der., \   T H 1 S >.E V E N 1 K G, ' Wi3tbe;#cfcrited,-a CbmirJv cai'ed, The C A RELESS H U S B A NP.    -   LirdJfoppJBgt.jp, Mr. LEW15, Lord Moreiove, Mr. WROUGHTON, *  6iKit^'Mf4S&smfpKM*'-J^ Jnd of the Pky, will'he performed-, in Two Parts, -^"DRAMATIC ROMANCE, Told in Aftiot>, sailed R I V A L   KNIGH T"S. To wiiich will be addod ? R" O S S    P U R P OS E S. r To-njijrrow, the Caft^e of Andalufia.' On-Monday, nnt .aflcd this fsafon^ TJie Count.cf NarUanne. ROY A L   C 1 R C U S. THIS, and every Evening,  the Entertainments of this place will continue, with a variety of ��ts of HORSE M A N S H I P, t Relieved and divided by Speftach-s, Bur'cttas, IntcTOez-zos, ferious, comic, and grotefque, given in a ftile perfectly fuyefb, a'nJ upoB a plan entirely new. - The Evening's Amtifemcnts will be u/hered in 3?y an Alle-jgorlcil ;Whim, called, the    PASS n   O   N   S. The re.1 of the Entertainments w.i.li ie a Grand Bailer, galled, BACCHUS   and   ARIADNE. ad, A Cgrcic ^crenata, called The     C   E   S   T   U   S. And Jaftly A Pantomime, called The LANCASHIRE.WITCHES ; Or, The Distresses of Harleqjuin. To conclude with a raoil novel and finking f IRt-WORK, jprrtMrec! by Mr. Riffi. Cuoks m the diScrent Performances will be fold at the JC'rcus. Places'for the Boxes to be taken, of Mr. Thomfon, at the Acicemy.'-Boxesv 3s.   Pitt is.   (.jallerv is. .Doors-to be opened at Five o'clock, and begin at Six precifcly. jlr. addition to the prefent Watch, a Hcrfe Patrolc is tiro-/�ided to <-3ch of the Bridges.       Vivant Rex et Re^ipa ! ' -�      LONDON. TH E Merchants and Traders of this City, are earne(Uy.e.ning other 'channels'in "die 7ahje"rtr>yt for'cbld'air. By thegreatfaving cf fuel, they becomi''theI'cfisapett fto'vesjthat'bave'ever been id'fed-. ,';T-hey -ftiew- an .vhanajbrns- fife^ice, ;ahd ate orna-, inental 3_they, .are,sfFeflku'^ ..cii'rfes isiv finoafcy- c.himnies'i- they may be ui"ed:ini-an| $rc-plac/e, .or in rvqms tliat have hbh's';-they ."are, ? when'fil^-u^/oV., that purpof^) the. belt 'fcviid of ftoves for laundries. rS?t 'liV? ew.be^. iny�itcd j -t-iinfenosuntViisahd''Wet'feaFons, and" m'gre'it fog's, they .*>flfy the -ai4- and render-it;tperfeaiy p.iire liid'whurefonie ��,$jr*he,jnoft delicate, tonftiititions. ...'!.  *�'" "y- :GUii variety ofrpattofWi. i?f ey.cry;  ifae j rnay be.f?en at J�fr^'Sj�arp's Wa^houfe^S'o. 15, Lea'denJiaJL.^rert.'Linden ; -Ws^hlsMahufaawy^ irt.Tos>ley-ftreec, "Srib'thwarj:. I^Ppfctirtibh's of-tit^^fetvei (being .the eleoentb'-edition) ' may?b*- had Bf Mr/'Pulley,. .PSlf'-YnaK.i  Fisync, ditto ;i| White,Tleet-ftreet} Nicholl's, St. Paul's CJaircb-yasd 5 and ' � Dffly, Poultry. ;'   "HAWOVER-SQUARE GRAND CONCERT. THE Nobility and Gentry are refpe&foIJy aciju.unted, that Mr..LEE attends every, day, froi�i Elevan to Three o'Cloak, at the Office,, No. 44;, "Wignwre..; ftreet, ,�'aye�{di(a-J'ngft a nation, unworthy of fociety 5 of which Mr. Geiiler, fball give the cleai eft proofs, by found rcafons ; 'for the e;trth is rich enough to furni/h us with ail proper medicines,, for the cute of any diforder incident t.) the human body. But certainly, as Mr. Geifler. fo ftrongly; affirms, that iheic is never a:.y necellity Xo ufe the knife, in any c.ife whatever, he will be .liked by our great and very fkilful men of the Corporation, what he would do by a mortifieation ? If he then would rather lofe the life of the patient, than deprive.him of -his limb? In an Aver to that important question, Mr. Geifler is ofopinion, that if a furgeon is unable to itop or piiv.en a mirtifica, iari, he is unfit for fuch an. irnportsnt buftnefs, where the lives and Jimbs are ^lependinj: upon the Hiiil of a man. Mr. Geifler thus oilers to our .great men of the Corporation, to give them ovular proofs of his afieitions, and humanely propofes to all Gentlemen .01 the hofpitals, that if they ih >u!d be in any /ear or apprehendon of a mortirisatian in any cafe, to lend for. him, he will inftantly ftop the pro.-grefs, fo that no mortification .ih-ill take place; or even, if a mortification Iho'uld have t.iken place, he will furnilh them with all proper medicines of his own prepaiiation, that they may perform a fafe. and certain cure in fuch cafes.--And Mr. Geifler hopes, that by means of. his kind afliftanci, and the difcovering of his, particular ikill to the faculty, many lives and limbs may be faved, confe-quently that abomifiable practice of 'difmembering fo many of his Majefty's fulijccls in' our hofpitals, &c. may ceafe, and f.'cisty may not,be deprived of fo many ufeful members; but all the facts Mr. GeihVr her: affi.ms, will be de-nieJ by our very fir;^ men of the faculty, as they are. entirely unacquainted with the true art and ftience of furgery. The proofs are clear, becaufe, if thiy ihould be acquainted wirh it, they would certainly not commit. Inch criminal fins towards Goijni men as they do, by dhTeCtii-g the human body while in life, and put them .out of-the jllape jn' which the Lord had,created them ; .therefore, to un.'.eceiYc, the public, Mr. Geifler is. in hopes, chat fome gentlemen of honor and humanity among them will defire, or oblige him to appeaiv'be* fore fome of .them, and ifcgive them ijatisfa&ory proofs of his , illertion, jiarticularly io.the cafe of a mortification, fo important to a.natipn. in general, as it is infallibly death, ,or the part whercthe mortifieation fakes place mult be cut off, ifh was even the head or neck; 'and Mr. Gefier is alfo in hopes, th.it Sir C'sefar Hawkins, as the moft elevated, vy'll'take the trouble upon hirnfelt, with other eminent gentl.etnen among them, fifch as M.?fl". Broai^ld,, Pott, Sharp,. Hunter,' and the like, Avho wight nstjiegleft their duty, ni�r refufe fuch falutiry, offers forthe ^opd of mari|cind, as .they are in 'duty bound, both to God andmari, to prbmcfte 'every art of Itir-gery    .favethe Jives arftl Hinbs of the poorpatients. ,,. ''. N. B., Mr. Geifler is..-je^oyjed.froqni^artpfr-ljceec, Weft-minfteri to No. i2,,0\ieenTlireet, Oxfoi-.d-joad,, near "    4 RICH ARp, DE NNTS O ^. _     .MO S E y;. on ,$Lt O r. T. q't A-g'^E. W' ANTED immediately, .6n the mptt.cn-ex'c^pTtton.able l^reiKpld, ^ecuritj-, Fifteen thbii'fahd Pounds; the^ritereil of'which vvi 11 be regularly paijl,at a Bankers in:*Ld.>doii. Enquire-at the M>*ifnTriV"H^r>ld OTrTice.. jAmfil^^Prici- Qhe Sbiilrtfg and Sixpence". ^ a Poetical .'. ^TntffflWhffm^^'ft, Stv%�^8l% C'hurch-vard : "'"^f^-'J'^l-ttis Wa^i^^C^etf^ifrae.'aS.- ' ' -i  � 1 ' .s-f^-a = v'rN-Mlfec^&ra^. �* "; Prlhtea�'fori fTJ'l&ieilvtri'tlft;Strand.   � ' -afteriioohv -would'- ;be'gl'ad to enipl'iy' them 'Jn TSrae 5fto'^ ;Warehbute, o^'to;coIfe^:&ins,"ReritsV*&c'. 'br tp' r�p>nhrerid a frnall Famdlji^'in capacity 'of. 'St^iird,'prijri"y-place he may be thought p.ipaijlcofj;; will-have no qb)eciit�n tq'giye' a. Premium to any ^1(06'that^ma^prVcurp; ifor'huw.'any one of a he above'places.   P'fcafe'toSriqu'iie at" 'IAr. C.^ghlah's, Boukfe'l-ler, GrofvenoV-'fqwa'Ve.* _        "-   -'-."_ "     11       �"" �    .    '-    ':'    > -:. - 1 -w-' v.,-.        " . MOpDY.anJ..PO;rT�'R;s.,First.-Dividen-u. ; 'TT^ H f*. .Crgdlitprg, who have proved. Debus Jt under the j^|�Comnii(lion againft Aarom IVfoPn v ami Christopher Potter, may receive the iirft Dividend of ten (hillings in tha pdurid', at iVfiWrs.' Smiths, B.adlcers, in Aldermanburyi London, on'or> after the '29th of January inftant.    ...    ,.- -       -.    .   "' ' -.'i \. v     -1 ;,     � Annuity on Iter BoreAle tfta'te, in Jamaica. THE Annuitants oh Mr. .Gray's'laid Eitate, are ddiied to rne'et ot- Tuefday, the 3d day of February next, at the Devil Tavern, Temple Bar, at One o'Clock, to tike intoponfideia.r,ion, fome mode to-be adopted for enforcing a reni'w payJiient. The Anuuitants ara. deiired to bring with them alllecters which may tend to give any information on the fubjefi; and thefe who cannot attend, are requeued to fend any information to Mr. Stapleton, No. 14, Clement's Inn.     . . '.'.... RUTETJ, Ladies'-Hair-crrftiler, lace Ap-preirt'cc to Mr. Leonard, Ha'r-drclTer :* the Q^ieen fof of France, being lately arrived from Paris, has the honor to offer his iexvice* to the Ladies*who liku' o... be* dreflbd after the nf we ft falhion : he ftts all forts of head-dreifes, and teaches the perfons who want .to psrfect thcrnfel.ves in that-Art, at his Academy, No. 6, Great "Pulteney-ftreet, Golden-fauaic. ' MA n'u S C R I P T   VE R M.O.N S. TWO Dbzen of. choice Manafc'ript Ser-AUNis, feiefted from the large* collecti.-'n of a dignified Clergyman of trie. Church of EnglanJ, deccifcd, warranted oiiginals, and never copied ; written in a remarkahly plain and legible hand j am-'ng vdiich, are fome coinpoied for, and preached upjn Chiiftmas-Day, Good Friday, Eaftsr and Whitfandays, and two Confirmation Serrn.)n;j the whole on Mcral and Practical Subje&s. To be aifpofed of by G. Wilkie, No. 71, St. Paal*� J- Charch-yard. IRISH TAB-iNET ani PCJPLlN  WAREHOUSE-, No. 157, New Bond-ftreet. CLARK and Co, froiri Dublin, refpeafully inform the. Nobility and Gentry, that they have.'ofta-bliihed a mjnufact-.-ry of Tabinets'and Poplins in this City, [^^i|�0ur^cij^^Diibli fe who chufe to purchaie for. exportation, may be fupplicJ at tkeir Mahufaftory, No. 1, Sa'ndy-ftreet, B ih ipfgaie. Alio a g eat variety'of yard wide Poplins. N B. An elegant "apartment to be lett, ready farniiliel. C~H-E   A-P     S~ 1~h~\ ~~IT,        ~ SELLING off with theutmoft expedition, at No. 7, Chsndos-ftreet, Covent-garden ; the remaining Partjjf the Stock of the deceafed Mr. RICHARD WOOD, Mercer: Cunfilling of Tilfacs, figured and ftriped-Tabbies, Paqiies, figured, ftrjped, and plain Sattins, Armozeens, Du-capes, Sergdufeys, Luftrings, Sic &c". Thofe Ladies whp.-�re difpofed to fHpply themfelvcs fes this Winter, it is prefiimed have now the moft favorable cp.vjr tunity that has for fome time offered. A number of black Silks and Bombazeens, on the moll teduced terms.   The wear warranted. To     the     L"   A   D . I   E~ST ~ A^E.SNARD, Ladies' Hair-drefl"er; refpeft- fully acquaints the Nol.ility and Gentry, that he is removed to No. 7, Princes-lireet, Cavendifli-f^uire, wl-.c-e h; will be happy to receive the commands of th-.-fe Ladies by whom he has been heretofore honored, and whom he ha-.l the plcafure to attend at TunbrUge, Bath, &c. during the fum-mer fealiin. Mefnard finds himfelf under the neceffity of thus publicly foliciting the coutinu-'ince nf die'favors of his friends, as-it has, for various le'afons, b:e"n reported that he was returned to France j but he.trulis the malevolence of his enemies will be totally defeated bythe'method he now adopts for that pur-pofe; 'ind that hz ih'all continue to be h mo red 'with the commands of the Nobility'and Gentry, for whofe fanfier favors he returns hismift refpeftfnl acknawledg:.neiits. Warwicjt-ftrjet, Golden-fquare, Jan. -i, 17^.4^ MR. EDMONDSON moil refpeA-fuily acquaints the Nobility, pentryi &c, that in February next, he will publifli a fupplernc'italVolumeto the Ba-rona^ium GerieaTigicum, gublimed by himfelf in 1756. ' This Work is*- 'de iicated, bV! fSr:iiiiTi'on, to "his Royal Highnefs. Prince FrederickUjlhip"cf Ofhaibrucki- &c.-Contains the Pedigrees, Arms,, i&c/. of all the "Peers-and Pcef-effes of Great Britain, who have been.advanced to that dignity from the aboye periQ^-totthe_prele.Bt time,Which hiive been carefully examined -^'Jth the Pfedi^rees ?ricered in 'the Houfe of Peers. The whole :'are- engraved on'copperjrrlate's', and ntiw printing bii a fuperb Frbntifpiece, defigned by Cipriani vand cngi*aved,by Baitolozzi, . .  " Price inflieets, Three Guineas. A few will be printed oh imperial'paper, price Five Guinea? each tfohime..     .      . Mrs; E*draondf6h7Kumbfy entreats thofe 'who intend to'cohi"-plea6iheir-fet"s ofthe'rtri^'e'r^Woiks, toTehd'him'their narhes fe^SREjJ�e;3lWpf!&'^fejM'l^�. hwfe iri'Warivick-ftreet. ' 1 �i    ' ' 1'   11   ' 1'. 1.   if , � 1   .'.   1 . ���--��I.   '., ' . '.    ; aad beautiful Ke.td of the . A Ttew'JB&titifc, bein'i'th-eTl;lf*J,;"M^^ .rOL .aern;'ltfe'tlfi(.:d 'pf cbVi^DifeaTel' -rff^the tJ"RETHRA, v.rtth an improved arii 'miifeTifecfsti'/'iVfelihdd of Cure. By  J K S S E   F O O T, : Ot Dean -'ftreetj Sbho^' . .. One of. the Cn"Tip"ah*y of'Sur^bhs, in London, and priyj- ieged Praictitichlrliy"dieCollege of Sr. Peteriburgh. ' ,   _Soltf'byJ. SfocKdafe, Piccadiliy.   .      ' '   ''�'   r';' '.        .X^V-Daj.Is pu'bliUied, . itiiili&leSwiihCrtpnei; Plates, Price as; fid. JOHN .OTSlOPH>tyS's:: Specini?p of the ' ^aturAh'j^iftory of the Vjrious Orders of Monks, "afier the manner'of "tie Linrisean Syftem. Tranflated from the Latin ot     .,  *'    -      -,      ". . TBARON. BORN, of. Vikska. - Printed for Ttjohnfon, No. "72, St. Paul's .Ghurch-yard ; J, "^iifo'-'ai^^ Webrert, Piccadilly.   v Of-wh^h^A'a'y he l>at Period to. the piefinr Time ; and an. Ac-cirin^pf .theit Mufi^l,-�?cniV aBd^ a Delineation of the latter. -'Dedicated,' by perraHIiori, to hi| Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, . .   By. EDWARD   JONES. London: Printed fur the Author, and to be/had of him, at Ni. 9, Priiices-itrcer, Hanoverrfquars. ' -   . "'Speedily wilFfcc pu:iliihej,"   '""'." , I. febnfifting."of fo'ui.Piints, 20 inches by 14,'pifcs t* buildjngs, (name'on the tjlJbir^'aEd..giyee .daily his 'adyi-je.'iii any cpfe, but partie'uiarly for .Q.ihcera and 'Fii:u!a&i 'as ''the rnaft Im-pdrfaht to all dijbrders,'when hs '.ex'ps��s to be'paid tor "'his'trpuble as ui'ual., %Qrte f&$z*m&:f^f(>. Two ta Fuur, and from Seven till Eight in tbcevsnhif, arid no;b**her h�urs.->Advice to the teal poor^ratj *>.. *-y~jRGiN a 'Ite'aBy; light, and never -,wan�-friufHng; '�mahufacT&red apid fold Only -at tHORLE^'s.H^.ffN.'eir and Wa*x^Wafeho.pse, IjTy.'-tg, Ljrnbard-Wreet, 'Honey and Wax i\lercha,.ts to his Majeity 1 6? 'Sciti^^ye^ ah.d'the'R^ rj'ayy.   '    ;' ' � ' /    ^. ^ ' ' ...J";'**l ^^MiM^SSfe* We can faflurfi the Nobility "and Pu,blie; in^eneraf,*tri*it J pur Candles are 'now. p'llttfc. in1 .moft fi&U'iis *F'-'/a'(Ki|rf,"': who>. frprnj their'.*goodii|rs atoi^ ?re sjieifki ^b'tec^riie'rrd" them.   We caption the. public. againft' a; tet,. o( priv-i^ % * We hawicersV who lui Wax p'agl?sr;which;Ka*e tatoitt their decdptVdn%ffltrdaJtethSrft'aU,, - A.H pr^ersj ftam.^^^-'^WjeS^^M'M^^^f^^ ...,..... . ijnmedUeely,.aitfrnen i Fine Cjrprefs^oney.for. fpreading 4V tii;fl;,v.T�'ai^K^'�te- H 'HSft*r�ljt� feenlfa b^'Phyficiaris :'J* a. Wfer'fe.=jjf\ffie-'nirtg�f 78 or iirenimrt^rrtsrft bte Part's of the Pyreiiean, Viaceiitiw, and Veronefo Mountains, from accurate. Drawings," made .on the ipot. by A." Robertlbn, and finely painted in Water Cpjoars, by- G. Bar� rat, R. A. - -        .'       '    .. -: . In this Wark, twelve of the Scenes are of the Pyren3es,-jr .countr-y known but to a tW, where the gicat ftile pf .land* "(cape' abounds in the greareft variety pf -perfection, every where tttjking the Spectator vvith the beautiful and fu'oliaie. It is'therefbre prtfumed, that "giving .the tlriking' "fc-tores of fuch beautiful and pi&urcfque countries wilt; be � fotisfaciory and entertaining, ass full an I particular defcifiption, iii Letter-Prefs, will be given with each Number. The'Paintings of the whole are allowed to form a Coliec-i tion fuperior to any other of that great Maiier in tliis kin.--dom, and are to be feen, with f;.ecimens of the Prints, at t! e Publhher's, Tifr. Robertfon, Chanes-ftre.et, St. vJames's^ fquari,'where 5ubfcription� arerccsivedt a;zi N E, The   L O N. D O N    MA G - Enlars d ind impr.'veil. THE APPENDIX '.0 this Worwith co, pious Indexes, on a new Plan, and an elegant Fron/if-piece, engraved,by Sher v; 1 k:, ivhofe merit as an Arlift requires no eulogy, is .now pub'tihed, price is. Subfcrilers, commencing with, the new year, will.be en� titled to Mr. Sherwin's elegant Frontif/!�� -j a few proof im-pre'iii.-�n3 of which.have been tak^n oil* ror .the curious,, at as. 6d. each. ...        .< The proprietors beg leave to inforpri the pq'aiic,, that the firft volume of this'Worlc, in its preferi!: improved, ftrte, is now compleatsd*, and contains a valuable coljeiiion �f original Papers, oinm'unicated.by men of the firft ejjjijFbence in,Natural Philofophy, Aftronamy, Mathematics, Politics, Criti-. cifm, literary and theatrical, Belles Lettresj  -"B-fRTH ^ . . .   .... rr'irh 'the TSfcrip'tdfes;.  \yitH^AnnSg-ftioSs ,an^^^;�Woifs halted to 'the cotepre^en'fibn BT -ySuiig'rf5iij3s>--pafc^ calculated to f-jxilitate'tli'e %SSy jdiwtTiS "^�lfjp:*�tr)pt4t^ fchools -MdYarhWs/';aiS-fe"%ndw edecaddiiWytt^.T^c^er^'a^^ '    >1By--Mrs. ; � r : I M ' M ;E afl, and '   ' V ~' "i Church-yard, fip^fc^ff^ iii tvhr!r -?�^?TlU? Paul's Church-yard,   Where any This work Ts^ohi] ixcitfh^#'. .mm . Mrs; Trin^jp-j-y Nature, fa the Ul   

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