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NEWS BY THE COMPETITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

BY THE COMPETTOQR.O Tas Competitor female convict Trinsport, trrived yesterday, qan brings us London paIppro to the 13th of iJuna iaclusiv.. Rumour reports, that a new Sheriff ;and a new Clerk of the Couuicil have been nominated by the King's M*liisters. We have hunted for the :new Act fyr N. S. Wales, both inthe Lords and Com moIntl,but cun see Inothing of it. We happen not to Ihave received papers of the latter end of May. It may be in them. Still it is niot impossible the bill came to the same untimely end as.its God-father, Mr. Huskisson, and was compelled to become defunct. ?My% Huskisson it seems, voted against his tol leagues on a question which would-be patriots make a ?~4d41 of, but which we consider of no earthly iinportance, And then nl~de a sham resignation. the Diuke of Wellington; glad to get' rid of his Whig ' friends, :insisted upobn ithe was in earnest; and when poor Mr. Huskisson 'assured his Graqe he had only exercised the usugl forms. of 9ourtsey,; .the Duke told...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

TO ' ADV?RTISEERS TIN' GENERAL, -AND ,AE$TS OF SHilPS IN .PARTIJULAR. x,: lC-efeelit a duty weowe toourselves, T.': :: _s, Settrckat s n'z keiepers, Mechanics, and other' .Advertisers in the public Journals of this . Colon.j, the. superior advan tages of their advertisiug in a weekly pi per,. oper their advertising exclu : ively, - in Journals, one of which 'ni lishes three.times a week, and the . other twice. S'ar, kthe same price that the Sydney "aieatte h cltarges an. advertiser for ,;blishing ' his Advertisement three times in* one :week, we 'carry on his : dvertisement to the. end of three . - eeks,. Thus, if. an Advertiser choose to. publiih his wishes in tido ot ,of the three- Journals circulated in the Co ,inni3,let thirm, (jf he like) choose the :,Gazette or the Australian for one of ;thi~e t ..: But inhere is the use of his krijing out his money in b6th these ' ournals, whose rapidity of publica Pgi ear to go7g plezbinsingleweekP when 1eough to cornsider, hat the Sydney Mo...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

Slippb i, rt4Yig . 4 7 7 Arrivatl.-rOn Tuesday the ship Mary Hope       Farmer, Liverpool 29th March, Cape Qoo1 Hofe ri July, iith a general cargo. Same day the b if itrl Captain Blues, from Rio de Janeiro 24th June,; ith4' cargo of Tobacco &c. Same day the ship- .e Captain Harper India, 24th May, Hobart ToWn,'?t]. September, with a cargo of tea, &c. On Wedn a A the ship Sir Joseph Banks Captain Frazer, CorrjllJ."1 May, 129 free woman, wives aid families of irfson~. On Friday the ship Competitor, Captain Steward,,|Ia r' don 13th June, 99 female prisoners, Surgean' ~ ? u intendent Dr; Hunter, R. N. Same dayi the arqu Lucy Ann, Captain Powditch; for Norfolk Isand. ] Instant, with a cargo of sundries. Departures.--Oct. 5th, the schoone Resolution, f Port Dalrymple; the ship Denmark Hill, Lor t is Cape of Good Hope ; the sloop Fanny, for NewZ, land and Basses Straits ;. the brig Elizabeth, for Zealand ; Oct. 6ith, the ship Sarah, fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

J UNIUS. . THIS famous .Horse will stand for the, ` `:L- .season on. the premises of the .Proprietor: r Mr." Andrew: Nash, Parramatta:-Terms, 'tkree .Guineas Stg. groomage included, payable on,'the 1st day of next year.. This h h?drse is' limited to fifty Mares, theiefore i1 e rlyt application must 'be made. .N com-, 1 inept it is conceived need be made upodn, J iUs. d--onc(N. B. He is sure. But in case. pf inassing, nothing ivill' be charged next season, C Mr. Nash's object being to perpetuate his Acl face.) ;" " .." "TILSL Stavd.this .season at Kaby; the a SW. celebrated Race-horse . SKELETON. He is a grey,, now 8 years old, having' been bired by the well known Mr. Kelly in. 1820,'iut of the famous Sir Walter Raleigh's. tiaare, by, Master Robert, whose sire was Buffer, so much sought after for the :finebt mares in the Kingdom. For Pedigree side .Stidl Book, vol 3, pages S285, 288. 289,.and '92. "i ,For Performances vide Rlacing Calender 18b?12 page 207' The first time he ran, 3.82...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2:1828 WE. never remember to have had- our casuistic cal wits put t o the test so much as we have had: this week. On the one hand, we see members of the. Government and staunch Court folks moving from door to door with a petition to'the Colonial Government to. refuse Mr. Levey. a license to his Theatre; and on the other, we ,perceive other *members of the same Government '.attending races, cock-fighting, the roruge et noir table, and shut up together all bunday at Blind.hookey.; and lastly, (but not least) at the Agricultural Dinner, in the presence of the Clergy who do not instantly withdraw, ,we hear Court favourites proposing toats of which we cannot pollute our columns with the recital. For although we are not Methodists according to advertisement, (see the Sydney Gazette of last year) yet we have ne. vertheless been taught to,look upon consisteecy as amnong the moralities of the English character, WE. are not unqualified friends to theatres races, balls, &am...

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THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

,THE MERCURY. - ANOTHERR change of- -Ministry is to.be adde4 to; those by.which.the country has .been aitated. during. the last fifteen months. The retirement of Mr. Rnju kiseon and hik friends, which we mentioned" in -th greater part " of our impression last week .as likely- to" happen, ;has now taken place. .That Right Honour-. able.Gentleman- retires from ofice, accoumpainieid by Earl. Dudley, the Foreign Secretary, Mr. Chasr~lei Grant, the Prc ident of the .Board of Trade, :,Lord, Palmerston, .theSecretary' at Whr, Mr. Wnl. LjUs b; the Chief Secretary for Ireland; Lord'Howrlrt4de Walderi, arind Lord F. L. Gqwer P and the cc'unte is'thus left to the wisdom and tender merCiesc 'o S pure highTory Administiation. 'Ihe Ministers whoto games we have mentioned, were those lhc, to a cer tain degree, redeemned t'he Administration .' f ,tbi Duke of Wellington ini the eyes of tile Country; and gave an assurance that. the. (overinment ;:ould ,t1Q; go b{eck, in spirit and temper, in qo.regt~...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

iOi EcTLG INTELLIGEN CE. Cbraoi~sa INQUEST.-A Coroners Inquisition. was; taren -at the Rose. and Crown Tavern, in the forenoon °r WedneSday last, on view of the body' of Joseph ttsi, At:ired -servanz of Mr. Daniel Cooper, who cm to hib deathtunder circumstances of~ surprise. t ?aJi?e'Cottington was called, and sworo, he has . wd?,thei deeased, for some time. That he came. # "I* b. GCooper's fari,. called the '13 mile station, ~i , ;i erpool lRong?i, the afternoon of Saturday ie wss p.erfectly sober., Wtne's always thought. c~as ed to be o frugal man. Generally speaking he - 4 ~'aOnidered a sober persom ; witness had issued f.rotn the stores, a pair of new boots last Friday Itorwing'. When his body was found dead on the .sd, hl.had.no shoes ori:. lie received wages from Mr. Cooper, ( ohn? Cooper, free, deposed that he lives at the seven mile Station on the Liverpool road. Abo it 8 o'Clock I.'M. on Saturday, he was at bhme, and :was .erfpp4r .prhen he heard some voice calling out-Bill...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

A (JB i a 0V a;two em ;;: who hq& en left exec %$ toethe will if~fafdena, onmezamiau ing the property of the testator,.fopud .they could not disachrge the legacles--by-some hundreds- -of pounds; astonished at this circumstance, as the deceased had frequenliformed-'then-he-ahould leave more than sufmioie-t iforithiit pij *;';they. mnade the most diligent-search: possible;amoeog-hmis papers, &c. and found a scrap of paper on which was written, "Seven hundred Pounds in '1ill." This they took in- the, literal sense .of it; butas their friend had never been is trade,.'.they. otiuglt : it singular he should-keep such. a sumP of money. in a till; however, they examined all the apart anents carefully; but in vain, and after repeated attemps to discover it, gave over the search. They sold =his collection- of'bookseto: sreminent-' bookseller, and paid the legacies in proportion. The singularity of the- circumstances occasioned them frequently to converse about it, and they rec...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

CRIMINAL COURT, TUESDAY, SEPT. 30th.--The' three Judges having taken their respective seats on, the Bench at 11 o'clock this, forenoon. proceeded td pass sentence on those criminals who had been con victed during the present sittings, and remanded for .judgment. Their Honors spent nearly two hours in the Judges' room, prior to entering the Court. The Attorney General prayed judgment upon James . inery; convicted of stealing a heifer, ihe property of Mr. John Wild, Jun. at Stone Quarry Creek, on the 7th of June last. This offence, His Honor observed, was one which had encreased to such an extent; not altogether so much extensive in its conseqnences, as that it was a prolific source of crime accompanied with frequent and repeated instances of perjury. The Court had at length come to the resolution to visit the crime of cattle stealing with the severest punishment known to the law. Thesentence therefore of the Court was, that the prisoner James Henery be taken to the place whence he ca...

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(Continued from Page 1338, Number 168.) TO MR. PEEL. On his project for changing the Law of England with respect to the detection and publishment of crimes. LECTURE II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

( oesovtiiteif4drJs 'PagAr 1338, tumber 168.) , To MIN PEEL . Os As projecee for changiig the Lawt of En land . wlth.reasje t to te.. detection and pup~tihm.?ent of crimes. LECTURE II. Before I quit this subject, let me do that' justice to .the respectabld cotton man your father, which I omitted-todo in my last. The venerable person, who had a "presentiment" that he should be the founder of a great house or family, is, a correspodent informs me, a gieatpu.ttor, a great maker of books, as well as of cottpos, and that he published, about twenty-seven .years.pgp, a work, in which he prcved, to the delight of all the famous anti-jacobins of that day, that the " alarm about the extent of the National Debt was "puerile and absurd, that the money was all owing '' among ourselves, that it was a merefjhmily concern " that- bound society together by the tight bonds of " self-interest; that the debt was so much SAVED, "'SECURED, and ACCUMULATING CAPITAL, " added, and still going on ADDING, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

S LL clai .ns andi depiaf?i: against the Sl .Estate of the late Mrs; Ann lDrummond, late of Liverpool, deciled, are requested to be sent in to the undberigned, Executors to her last Willt and Testament ; also: those persons who stand ibdebted to the said estate, are directed to settlJ the same without delay. GAMES CHESUOLM, JOSEPH. T.HOMPSON, Exacu'rons Sept. 23, 182'. TO LET in George Street, a large com   imodious. shop, and five, rooms, at present occupied by Mr. Joseph Aarons, joining the Australian Brewery. For Particulars Apply to J. Wright Aus tralian Brewery. Sep. 13th 1828. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WAtlts, 23d SEP. 1828. THE. PROPRIETORS OF BANK Stock Sand the Public in General, are requested to Meet at the Bank Buildings,on WVednesdey the 15th October next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the purpose of taking., into. Consideration the best means of appropria ting the unsold Bank Shares, and other Pur. poses. . By Order of the Board of Directors. Ad. K. MAKENZ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS.... Average price on..quantity :so~lrEd : Wheat , 18s. Stg.-4'Jize: 1 L's. Od.'-llariey. 10J.-i Oats Os. Od -Fine Flour; 4A.- sterling ýpe ioI Ibs.-Seconds do. 36s. OBga~ : jpirer .21j.) loaf.--Potatoee 20s. per. eyvt. .---rejhi tatter per lb--Salt do. I2. .-Be f B 2a. , stone-Mutton 3,;, 4d." do,-1 or 4s. d ()nious 5d. per :b,-Fruit `dnar;,peta doi--lHay £º17 pci ton rfr 1J4lob, No; 81 George Stretc Sdaiey New Solstk A lr EDZTj I) RINIEýD, AND '1'i)blzr ,t ' r( " 'DY T I PROPIVJE1t% Iyre') ". " } RLUWARD SMi'IU 11A3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

JOHN CARMICHAEL, I ngraver, begs most .respectfully to intinate ,to" the .Gentry and Inhabitat?s of Sydney at large, ).bat he flow resides at the house of, Messrs M.'Naughton and Rowell, apothecaries, No. 6, King Street ; where h" means to prose 'cute his profession, in, al I',ts various Branches... J. C. retrns. his sincereý, and' grateful :thanks tothose who have. hitherto honoured 'him. with- their favours, and' ventures, to pledge himself; that none who think, proper to employ him will 'ever have cause to repent their.. indness ind Ptdtohage, . e' * O.derasexecuted with the ufpost prompti tude carevand'delspntcb. .1. B..,minatures .from ,two to five guinens ; transparent .winddw'?blinds,. puintei to order, landscapes copied.and:all kindi, of fuitnywork. done in tbe .neatcst wanncer STEELT'RA P.' T O Covei during the remainder of the Season, at Hoare Town. the Estate of Dr. Douglass, on the Cow Pastures, that ce lebrated thorough-bred English Blood Horse STEELTR AP, the sire of S...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. HOUSE OF COMMONS, 24th JUNE. NOTICES GIVEN FOR 8TH. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

(From the. Sun of the 25th June.) PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, HOUSE OF COMMONS, 24th JUNE. NOTICES GIVEN FOR 8TH. JULY. 1. By Mr. Wilmot Horton.-To refer to a Select Committee all. Acts of Parliament since the Union with Ireland. ' 2. By Mr. Stewart.-Papers connected with the trial and punishment of privates Joseph Sudds anid:Patrick Thompson, 57th regiment, which took place-at Sydney, N. S. W.in November, 1826. JUDGE WYLDE.-s" Mr. Sergeant Wylde had the, merit and higli honour of serving her late Majesty Queen Caroline, under Mr. Brougham. The man ners and characters of the two-Learned Gentlemen; are not unconrenial. Mr. Sergeant Wylde was once an at torney, and he had a brother who, being rather an in cumberance in the office at home, was provided with a judicial appointment at Botany Bay--we beg pardon -we mean. New South Wales. A Commisson of Colonial Inquiry having been instituted, the Judge was reported to be unfit for his high station, and retired from the Coloily. As good luc...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

. dtrivala.---On Sunday the. ship Margwss, of ings, Capt. Drake, from London 30th of Jptmvet 198 Male Prisoners... Surge.on Superintendaut,-";. *Rae, R. N. Passenrgers Col. Allen, of the 57th Reg. *'and family---On Tuesday, the brig Celia, Capt jBi d; ger, from the Isle of France, August 14thl. .adtdiA " with sugar. Two transports on board this .vessel.- Same day the brig .Lord Rodncy, from Tongataboo, 24th Sept. Laden;, Oil and Arrowroot.---On Wedngs': day the schooner Ilunter, Capt. Peters, from Neirtv: castle, with coals.---On ;Friday the brig Dart,;'frtil . London May 3rd, via Hobart Town Oct. lat. t'witl general cargo... .":, Departures.r--On Sunday HI. M. ,' RainhFw, fot' India, via flohart Town. On Monday thd schloner"., Watertoo, for Port Dalrymple. witlhsundries. ' Yes .3 day the iovernment brig Mary Elizabeth, for Pots" Micquarie.with troops, stores, &c., . The troops go to?' relieve those now?doing duty at that settlement,. Proj. rd, ,.Depirrtxea -;-T'1 'p. ýnovtq...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

LONDON FASHIONS FOR JULY. [From Ackermann's Repository] MORNING DRESS.- IDress of girafe colur bap ti with small lilac sprigs ; the corsage a 4' E?apagu rather high and straight across the bust, edged wZvi a narrow cording of lilac groS. de Naples and a roule? of the. same down ,the front abd on aeach f?i? round the waist, which is of a moderate length. ,on.;:: tag sleeves, extremely full as fai. as the elbow, an-d. divided .by three lilac gro4 de. 'iaples bands? the:rest of the sleeve is shaped to the arm, and the wrist~ ?,, namented with vandykes.. The skis g?-'igieere4 ru?iJ as far as the stomacher, and. ha~ s aQunce .balf. a.?S deep, arrunged 9h large .flathits'eaded, .by a gir culvur, band ,edged "w?t lit? c, 'yith! sImicircular or".; naments above, and a waving band, .which entwineqiý each division of the flounce; and beneath are two rows'. of:lilac placed transversely over the lilac. Giiraf~ head dress; at the top in front are two high.?bows of hair sustained: by pins, and bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

.1 q 'O ,-COVER TmiS SEASON; A .T .GLEWDON, 'HUNTER`S RIVEI .J . acal Mare, .101 Siz. .Groom's Fee inctided. " . THE -BAY HORSE ,:,l15 .bands:2 incbes high, foaled in 1822.; WXTAS got by Bo irbon, dam (Tramp's'dam)by ~. IGohaina;her dam Frkxinella by Trenthiam? Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &e: &d. Fide 'Stud Book, Fol. 3. - l3ourbon was got by Sprcerer, dam by Pre.' cipitate, her damby Highflyer, out of Tiffany; by. .Eclipse, &c &c.-Vide "Saud' Book, page 289, Pot. 2. - Gohanna was got by Mercury, damn by Herod, her dam Maiden by Matichen, &c. & & c./-Pade Stud Boh$, pagre 151, Vol'. 2. PERFORM NCES in. 18'27. .Wetomarhet 1st Spring Meeting, Mlonday, april 3OthR, - .1827. Handicap sweepstakes, of 10 sovereigns each, fori-Horses of all ages, Ab. m?i Lord.Southampton's b. c, Toss, byBourbon, 8 st. 10 -lbs. - . Mr,:Wyndham's bl. c. Black Svwan, 8 at. 6 Ibs, ' Lord Darlington'saAbion, 9at. 51b. ; Mr. IH6we's Skiff, 9st. ; Mr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

. O To irE DITOR OF TB ?J MONITOR, SIR, .. V.in~r d.eep regret and mingled iiidignatioti' ". ? l '?ar been apprised of the cotitrined.anyance- aceaieigi pelsecution to which the Reverend Mr., Thb .: is spuijected. I have. seen a: note frdm a lper on?. whose name I will not co'idescend to quote, prolibe i-., ing this learned andp'ionu-Pastor from the futtire. oer-' totmance of divine service .in the old Court-hotlae and another note to nearly 'the" same effect; "that Ihtur astonished us still 'mor*, bcaring .a signature' i(whichi I wish I could. beilieve, to be a forgery)i. "I b??k in vain for any justificatory, motive ; and itrn diemi pye led to attribute Such conduct to some miracitfluis nfluence--,angelical' or demonincnl,.I v¢nthi'C ..xi t .. pronounce ! Iqi this Colony the Catholics formnienarly two thirds of the whole poipulatioli; "rind tiic v'are widelf exteinded through its vuarouii idistricts.: :',' th ' care of 'their souls one priest is allowed, with'o .pitr r?, stipend o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

. '1e beg to inform our Subscribers both in town an Sc€ountry, they must consider the delivery of their Newss jgpers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the countryr and to our news-carrier ak regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery lt . them in "law respectively ; the same as if put insto their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to as by letter; (postpaid) and, as far as we can, we will r~rmedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more efectualt man ,r than thus set forth. This is the condition on o which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. f?le-public are cautioned to pay no money, normahe any settlenent on account of the :Proprietor of this ? iJouinal, without demanding' a PRINTED receipt sighed by 'him in his own proper* hand writing. . Money paid. on his account without such.receipt, will not be given...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

- BArK OF. AUBTRALI4. aitth Nmbes o FIF J7Y' and rPO}UN OT$ alrey pub. ulitic: are hereby eutione ?ot. to S ~?fLhe- following TEN. and FIVE OTES; the Old Plates. o this t:ihe Payment has been stopped: -UMBERS OFVTEN PTOUND NOTES. )i10,517 No. 16,798 'No.16,940 - No. 17,115 52 16,801 56 23 63 2 78 27 .97 7 83 28 1' 8 37 42 71 40 18 42 7?,5: 43 19 43 " '23 46 1~t . 33 49 3 8 w 33 50 .. 34 52 . 73 38 53 S 74 39 54, 0 44' . 55 ".., ., 4759 S..:F. ,.:, ; ?. . 16 90 7,0 0 60 1a'? . 72 -92 75 S1 .94 80 S'21 96 1 2 . - " " 98. 88 S17,101 94 77 29 2 97 S .. . " 3- . 12 ' 17,200 SOF FE FOUND NO1'ES. ? 003 No. 16,63 No. 17,093 ,No.." 17,470 ,' .. . , ' - 101 4 . • 3. 90 4- -1 S. .., 9 509' r : :', 6" 910 17,510 011 7i 20. 4 - 7 id3 . . : 8 ,96 ""4... . 40' 2 2 ;68 3; -, .. , .. - oo . . ..:.:F ? "... . 6 -,Li ' .' ' 8. 5 ! A 94 52 " . , , , 9 9 9 6 00 63 .. 4 6 1 . . .. 6 9 ..' ... 9 " 2 9 99 . ,a , " . • . 0 . ..: a , . 66 2 . 1 7s 2 4. 9o 7 9 -f~. 9 .q.7,O0& *4 · 7 9, 70o 16,81 7,0)5...

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