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vigorous efforts. All that can be done shall be done; and as we continue to receive assurances of the same Dignified protection to which we have hitherto been so deeply obliged, nothing within our power shall be wanting to manifest our sense of this favour, among many others.
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The London Weekly Returns (Wheat, Bread, Meat, Hay and
Daniel's African Scenery and Animals-
to Begone dull Care'-Song in Who
bill given entire....
Castlereagh, for establishing a local mi-
Bankrupts and certificates..
(Letter from professor Martyn, Cambridge.)
Lord Selkirk on National Defence.....
Sketches of Vienna......
lum for Deaf and Dumb-Society for
Number of offenders in 1805, according to
Famine among the buffaloes in East Indies,
(Algiers: despotism and Barbarity
Robinson's Sermon on serious Attention to
Champagne versus Burgundy-an egg in
Richard-prologue in dialogue for Bryn-
electrical instrument-Holland: Ley-
(Letter from Rev. Mr. Nares to major