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Proposals
b'or publishing by Subscripts,
©as SSWJm&S
OF
CHARLES PHILLIPS, ESQ.
jbakkisteu at law.
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„ print'd from the English edition,
c^f edited by himself.
4"+
trr> publishers in offering ihe above work
r5 , an enlightened and discriminiting
.i r feel confident of receiving that en
?ub o’ement which has hitherto been so li
courJ,° bestowed upon all productions of me*
^ra \lUUng the many orators who have dis
rl,1' 1 tbeir eloquence at the bar, both in
i ^rica and in Europe, none hare been
,uCCessfuI in touching the finest feel
pt)[ o,e heart, and exciting the noblest
in-,5i *lS 0t the soul, than Mr. Phillips. His
V , ,^cS are replete with metaphor, anil
yPet^ in a great degree, all that felicious
^ness of which the English language
C f!‘susceptible. Hiseulogium on the ini
Washington, is ot itself a inaster
:‘ cce of eloquence. In his character ot Bo
KyarU, he paints the actions of that won
fflul personage in language at once sub
j.nleand imposing : with all the chasteness
ud precision of an historian, he recapitu
?,{.Jhis movements from the cradle to the
‘‘‘^p^-lYoin the camp to the throne—aud
frora the elevated station of an em
!o that of an exile and captive—there
M.0vill be read w ith lively interest by all
tiassesof readers; and the citizens of this
republic, may. w hile perusing the immorali
t;,.s and vices of Europeans, rejoice that in
(his country such a crime is almost unknown,
jjii speeches on the Emancipation of the
Homan Catholics of Ireland, need no com
n!ent_they speak for themselves—and un
told to mankind the history of a class of men,
who,although denied many political and ci
vil privileges, have always been known to
be the friends of their country in times of
danger and in battle.—The American reader
mu^t view with indignation the various op
prrssien under which a great portion of that
gallant and patriotic people at present labor ;
and “ ages yet unborn’' will lament the ex
pttnee of a code which prevents man from
whipinghis Creator according to the dic
tates of his own conscience.
The publishers, therefore, feeling anima
ted by a desire to present to the American
public, specimens of sublime and chaste elo
quence, which has been so often exerted in
the cause of benevolence and the noblest
rights of human nature, w ith respectful dif
fidence invite the patronage of all classes
who are interested in the display of national,
social, aod forensic oratory.
HA WE k THOMSON.
Alexandria t {D. C.) Feb- 1, 1820.
CONDITIONS.
1. The above work wifi be printed on fine
iroiiiiim pape**, and a good type.
2. Each number will contain 24 pages of
close letter press, the whole to be comprised
in eight numbers, making a handsome octavo
relume.
3. One number will be delivered each
week until the whole be completed.— Price
12 1-2 Cftiis—payable on delivery•
4. Asa weekly delivery may not be accep
table to all readers, those subscribers who
prefer taking the volume complete may have
it delivered to them, neatly done up in
boards, price One Dollar, by paying 50 cts.
in advance.
5 This work will have the advantage of
containing many speeches, not published in
any former edition.
t>. A list of subscribers’ Carnes will be
published at the conclusion.
^‘Subscript joys received at this offiee. (
Just Received.
I)ER schr. Mary-Elizabeth, from Boston,
. 1 case containing 25 pieces elegant fi
gured crapes
I case containing 25 ps. fine Canton crapes
i do do 20 ps. sup. nankin ditto
l do do 50 tt-4 nankin crape shawls
1 do do 20 ps. eleg ml damask hkfs.
I bale forest cloths, cost from 22d to 3s
sterbue per vard
In Store,
L P Teneiitfe wine, in pipes hhds. and
. hhds. aod quarter casks
A lew hhds. very finecld port wine
boxes spermaceti candles
*_o » % i . 11
5 do steel, in bundles
M) bu-shels oats,—For sale bv
PH IX CAS JAXNEY.
eo7t
Candles, Plaister, Sjc.
l°o boxes mould candles, assorted sizes
. and warrantedfirst quality
tons plaister
^ hhds. f *, , c
Sobhls. ^ ^u^cavado Sugar
d hints molasses
* nMr fonding trom Schr. Mary Elizabeth,
^lor sale b\\
1) UN BAR Sr TOWNSEND.
J*n 31 3t
New Garden Seeds.
M. FITZGERALD,
'"VtXTU-STRUET, WASHINGTON CITY.
I~| Ao recently received from Europe, a,
A iar^e consignment of Garden Seeds of
^ most approved kinds ; and warranted to
t*,° a superior quality. dealers in this ar
ur-*e would do well to make early appiica
i\ as they will be sold remarkably low lor
Invoices and samples will be shewn,
porters received by Mr. J. FURLONG,
Alnandria.
J^asbiugton, jan. 21—29 3t*
Turnpike Road.
\ P TICE is hereby given to the Stock
P holders in the Leesburg Turnpike Road
'^Moauy, that Ten Dollars on each share
;that is, on the stock subscribed
. ’be lit of October, 1818,) is required
\Te on the l»t day of February next.
*’• **. All tho«e who do not pay their l>t
■"^er.t, due the 15th jVbv. last by the 15th
# 1 may expect a notice to Feb.
ClV“L jan 5 tlF
THOS. R. MOTT, Trea«.
Mechanic’s Hall Academy.
A Public examination of tbe pupils of this
Academy will take place on THURS
DAY 3d inst. at half past 9 o’clock.
An invitation is given to a//, who can de
rive any gratificition from witnessing the de*
veiopement of tbe powers ot the youthful
mind in its first timorous essays, and who
would wish to promote by the exciting in
fluence of their attendance, the utility of ex
hibitions of this kind. __
_A. G. BONNEfL
Oak and Ash Wood for Sale.
I HAVE on hand from 80 tc lOO cords of
oak and ash wood, which I will sell low
for cash. ISAAC ENTWISLE, Jr.
Opposite the house of Newton Keene, Esq.
King-street, Alexandria.
febl_3t
Was Taken
IJ^ROM the subscriber’s front room, a wo*
' mans lignt coloured drab cloak, lined
with changable yellow silk, a hood, with a
silver clasp, the letters R. C.—A generous
reward will be given for the cloak, or the
detection of tbe thief.
JAMES CAMPBELL,
feb 2 3t
Win. Fowle, § Co.
HAVE landing and for sale the cargo of
the schr. Kolia, capt. Levery, from
Portland, of
I5o tons rdaister paris
7o bbls. No. 2, mackaret
14 hhds. retailing molasses
12 bbls. Tanners’ oil
Also, per schr. Midas, from Boston,
7o^bbls an(^ \ ^uscova^° sugars
loo boxes mould candles,Samps’n brand
loo casks nails and brads, assorted
Ho reams wrapping: paper
Also, from scbr. Mary Elizabeth, fr. Boston,
Ico boxes mould candles. Samps’n brand
| Muscovado sugars
feb°2
Notice,
THE principal chaiges aliedged against
the persons in our publication of the
25th u!t. in their vindication they do not
deny, that is, entering upon our premises in
the night, neither do they deny removing
from our scales the balance weight ; all we
have asserted will be substantiated when the
whole matter can be brought before the pro
per tribunal. How long such conduct has
been practised on us time will develope.
BUTTS 4* C A WOOD,
feb l 3t
Wanted,
IN the vicinity of Alexandria, on hire for
the enduing year, a COLORED MAN,
a good ostler, of steady habits, and who can
come otherwise well recommended. One
from the country will be preferred. Apply
to the printer.
jan 29 _tf
Smoking rhimnies.
rpHE subscriber, (living in Washington ci
JL ty), proposes to prevent chimnies from
smoking; and requires no pay unless done sa
tisfactorily. AlcO. setting snap pans, &c.
MICHAEL FLANIGAN.
NB A note addressed to me. Eight
street, opposite the Central Maiket, will
meet with prompt attention. 3t* jan 22
Notice.
i LL those indebted to the estate of Mar
1. ^ tin Cockbu^n. deceased, are r quested
to make immediate payment to me ; and those
to v«hom the estate is indebted, to bring tor
ward their accounts pronerly autenticated,
for payment. JOHN BRONAUOII,
Executor of M. Cock burn, deceased.
Dun flies, January 20—5 tuthlrn
Little River Turnpike Com
pany
January 13, 1820.
A DIV IDEND of six per cent, for the
/V year ending on the 31st of December,
1819, is this day declared, and will he paid
the stockholders in this cmnpa’.y, or their
legal representatives, on the 15th of March
next. JONAH THOMPSON,
Treasurer.
jan 17 mvvftloM.
Just Published,
REPORTS on cases around and deter
mined in the Court of King’s Bench,
with tables of the names of the cases and the
principal matters. By George M <ule and
William Selwyn, Esq’rs ol Lincoln's Inn,
Barristers at Law, in 4 vols For sale by
JAS. KENNEDY & SON.
jan 31 mvvftf
New England Glass Company.
PIlHENew England Glass Company £ive
t- notice that their works at Leachniore
Point, near Boston, aie now in full opera
tion.—They are enabled to execute orders
with dispatch, and at prices that cannot tail
ofgiving satisfaction. They now have at
the stote of DUNBAR* TOWNSEND,
Jl SET OF PATTERNS,
and gentlemen in the trade are invited to
call and examine the price and qualities.
Orders left at said store will receive due
attention.
Articles made and cut to patterns,
dec 31 f4w
Kitty Dollars Reward.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber on the
✓ 1st inst. a negro fellow', named NEL
SON. He is a bright mulatto, between the
age of twenty-five and thirty, five feet nine
or t^n inches high, hump shouldered, with
yellow splotches on each cheek under his
eyes, and lisp* when talking; h«* had on a
half worn fur hat, a black cloth coat, Irish li
nen shirt, and grey cassimere pantaloons, and
took with him other clothing. He was rais
ed in Stevensburg, and sold to me by Larkin
G. Nall, of that town.' It is believed lie has
made for Alexandria, with a view to get on
to Philadelphia. Theabove reward will he gi
ven forapprehending birr* and securing him in
any jail so that I get him again, and reason
able charges paid if brought home.
PIERCE PERRY,
Near Amisville, ar Jefferson PostOifice,
Culpepper county.
for Norfolk.
The Packet Stoep OCEAtf Capt.
.Middleton, lying at Irvins’ wbarOill
sail on Thursday nex»—for passage ohly ap
ply to the master on board,
feb. I, l82o._
3t
i
Passage for Savannah.
. The ship FAIH-TRADEK trill sail
Bhence for Savannah in about teh days,
her entire cargo being already engaged, se
veral passengers '■an be accommodated on
reasonable terms, for which please apply to
captain.Walter Fletcher, on board, or to
2d mo. 2d 7t PIIINEAS JANNEY.
Tor Freight.
The new and fast sailing br'g CO*
_^LUMBUS, John Moflitt, master, bur
then about 1 loo barrels, and will be ready
to load in a few days.
For the West-Indies,
The very superior sloop EAGLE,
_,J.C. Wright, master, burthen 7oo
bbls. and will very soon be ready to receive
freight.
For Newlmrvport,
The good schr. JOHN HOWARD,
,John Tucker master, burthen 4oo
bbls. ; she can take some small freight and
passengers.
Apply to
J. H. LADD, Sr Co.
JFho have just received by the above vessels,
9,000lbs. Java coffee
8,000St. Domingo do.
13.000 bushels Lisbon Salt
10 hhds. molasses,s^al leather, bis potatoes
and Onions
7 boxes T. Crehores cards
15 Freeboros patent cast iron ploughs
60.000 merchantable boards
tons hay in bundles.
jan. 19
Naval Stores.
TEN casks of spirits of turpentine
100 bbls. of rosin
98 do soft turpentine
29 do tar
Just received by sloop Jar.e, Moses Di
mack, master, and for sale by
E. CORNING,Vowel’s wharf,
jan 31 Gt
x Notice.
P'T'MIE subscribers beg leave to inform their
J_ country friends and the public generally
that they continue the Produce and Grocery
business, at tkeir old stand north west coiner
of King and Henry-streets, where all tar
mers coming to market with Flour or Pro
duce of any description will find it to their
advantage to call.
BUTTS & CAWOOD.
Alexandria, jan. 25. 1820.
The Winchester Gazette, Leesberg Wash
ingtonian, and Martinsburg paper will pub
lish the above six times and send their ac
counts to this office for settlement.
Bacon, Corn 5$ Bran.
rj^ORTY thousand pounds prime bacon/
1 (put up rur family use)
5ooo bushels bran
2ooo do corn
looo do rye
5mo do Nova Scotia potatoes
Rye meal and cut straw.
Together with a general assortment of GRO
CERIES, for sale by
JAMES ROBINSON,
Lower end of Prince-street
jan 97 _G*
More Piizes (li u Blanks!
Drawmg will commence 2oth March next.
Grand Stale Lottery.
SEVENTH Cl.ASS.
SOLOMON ALLEJ\\ Manager.
b(. < r. .o ...
1 prize of £25,000 is
10,000 is
3 of
30 of
20 of
50 of
100 of
200 of
9,600 of
10,005 Prizes
9,995 Blanks
20,000
S'25,000
000
5.000 is 15,000
1.000 is 30,000
500 is 10,000
100 is 5,000
50 is 5,000
20 is 4,000
10 is 96.000
£200,000
Ticket*. at Sm i« RSUV'.OOO
The capital prizes will all be floating, and
will tie deposited in the wheel on the follow
ing days:
On the first day of drawing, 5,000
5th do 5,000
8th do 5,000
12th do 10,000
15th do 25,000
All the prizes oflooo, 5oo, £c. are float
ing from the commencement, Prizes sub
ject to a deduction of 15 per cent.
There will be 2o days drawing, and the
prizes only will be drawn.
Tickets 11 violls.shares in proportion—to
be had at
Lottery & Exchange Office,
Near Davis’s Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue,
Washington City,
\\ here a few warranted undrawn tickets
can be had in the New Jersey Lottery, now
drawing, containing prizes of 2o.ooo dollars
2 of 1 »,ooo, ‘3 of 5,ooo, 3,ooo,
jan 12_dtf
Tuition.
r|MIE Female School, under the patronage
I. of the Society of Friends in Alexan
dria, will admit a few more scholars, if ear
ly application be made to the subscriber,
who has reduced the priceoftuition to :ts for
mer standard, viz.—Reading, writing, Eng
lish Grammar, and the tour tirst rules of
Arithmetic, five dollnrs per quarter —High
er branches, six dollars. No scholars ad
mitted who have not learned the alphabet
and commenced spelling.
RACHEL PAINTER,
Alfred, near King-street
More Alexandria Bank Stock
IV'OU sale.—Apply to
i VVM. DEVAUGUN.
jan 31
The National Intelligencer will insert the
above six times and send their account to
this office.
Negroes for Sale.
’TIE subscriber offers for sale, a bargain,
X viz.—
I coloured woman, 28 years of age.
do girl 8 do
1 do hoy child, 7 months do.
FRANCIS WHEEL Ell,
Mattawoman, near Port Tobacco,
nov. 22 (f
William Fmvle Co.
HAVE landing from schooner Quaker and
sloop /Eagle
100 boxes mould candles, Sampson’s brand
100 ca.-ks 6, 8, and 10 penny nails
2 casks seine ( l> rid port Twine, of su
1 do sewing S periorquality,
jan 21
For Sale.
\ LIKELY mulatto boy, about nine years
old, who is active and smart. For terms
apply a t this office.
Jan. C. tf
Clover Seed.
FORTY BUSHELS fresh Clover Seed,
lor sale by ASH B Y S TK i BLING.
jan 6_ tf
Clover Seed.
JUST received, fresh clover seed, and on
sale bv T. CRUSE.
Also, 50 kegs Pennsylvania butter.
ian3 dim
Batavia Collets.
T ^ J E have just received a lew bags of Ba
1% tavia coffee, for family use.
dec 5! B k Y \ N IIA M PSON & SON.
Canton Crapes.
JT^OUK cases Canton crape, containing 5o
pieces. superior quality, and assorted co
lors. Just received and for sale by
October 2(i
WM. FOWLER Co
Wanted to Hire,
^W0 colored men for a year, who can
_ work on a farm. For such as bear a
good character for honesty and labor, halt
their wages will be given in advance. Inquire
ot tiie printer. Dec. Id
ttie
su
Brandy and Raisins.
f^MVE pipes old Cognac brandy, of
iL brand of Otard, Dupuy 4* Co. ot very
perior quality
6v) casks iresh Malaga raisins, just landed,
and for sale by VV. FOYY LE & Cu.
decemher 22
Now Publications,
JUST received by
J KENNEDY 4* SON.
Miss Moor’s moral sketches 2 vols.
do. do. in <»ne vol.
Reflections on prayer
Crabb'stale of thehall, 2 vols.
A fleet ions Gift
Memoirs of Mrs. Mary Cooper
Quarterly Review No. 42
jan 2
Swords’s Pocket Almanac
AND
Christian's Calendar
FOR 1820.
JUST received by
JAMES KENNEDY & SON.
jan 21
Tlit* Gentleman and Lady's
POCKET ALMANAC, AND '
ANA L AL llK.M I- M i;llAiS CLR,
For 18 JO.
Just received ,'ind for sale l>y
nov 23 JAS. KENNEDY 4' SON.
Virgini. Almanac, for 1820.
SKETCH BOOK. No, 4.
kJ Reflections on Prayer,by H. Moore,
Memoirs of Henry Kirke White.
Life ofSpeneer—Solitude Sweetened,by
Meikle.
Birtfbeck’s reply to Cobbett,
Don Juan, a Poem by I.or 1 Byron.
Just received by JAS. KENNEDY SON.
Dec 13 • dtf
Cut Nails. Brads & Sprigs.
f § TIE subscriber, nt for the manufactory
J ot Haxail, Brothers £ Co. of Richmond,
Virginia, offers for sa*e the above articles.
The manufacturers of those articles are
very willing to put them in competition, both
as to quality and price, with any similar arti
cles manufactured in the U. States, and hope
to have the encouragement of the dealers, and
consumers of those articles, in their own
state at least. JOHN ROBERTS.
fj^yA full supply of prime first proof Wool
ington Whiskey, constantly on sal * j.r.
January 13 thsw l aw2m
Musical Instruments,
PIANO FORTES, plain and ornamented
A few very superior violins incases, and
a great variety ol common qualities.
Best London made flutes and clarionets,
silver keys, tipped anil plain.
lageolets and fife? of different kinds,
larionet reeds, violin bows, bridges and
pins.
Best Roman and German violin strings.!*
Just received, and for sale by
nova thstutt J. KENNEDY & SON
Negroes for Sale.
^ NN, a strong, healthy black woman, a
± A good plantation slave and house ser
vant : Nelly, (her child) 3 years old.—
Likewise, a negro r^an named Richard.—
They will not be sold out of the neighbor
hood of the Middle Feriy, Prince George
county, Md. The whole will be sold for
cash only, and if not disposed of belore the
1st of March next, they will then be sold at
auction. Apply to
DANIEL PIERCE.
King-st. near Washinglon-st. Alexandria.
Who has for sae,
A general assortment of umbrellas, parasol?,
canes and trunks.
SALES AT
p«'i m'j+
At CTION.
Public Sale.
BY virtue ol a decree of the Judges tt
Charles County Court, as a Court of E
quity, 1 will sell to the highest bidder in the
town of Fort Tobacco, on SA 1 UKDAY the
19th day of February nexi, a tract ot laud
lying in Nanjemoy, in Charles county, call
ed HOOHNORTON, containing about one
hundred acrts. T his land was the property
of William Dunnmgton deceased, and is
sold for the benefit ot Ins creditors, in conse
quence of a deficiency of assets. A credit of
12 months will be given, the purchaser giv
inu bond with good security. Upon the rati
fication of the sale by the Command the
payment ol the purchase money, a deed will
be executed by the trustee. All person's
having claims against the said deceased's et*
tale will exhibit them with their proper
vouchers to the honorable court within six
months tro.n the day of sal".
N. STONKSTREET,Trustee.
Nov. 10. 1819—Jan. 20, I820-—iawts.
Public Stile.
ON TUESDAY the 16th F< brunry, at 10
A M. at the Indian Queen Tavern, in
this tow n, now occupied by Thomas Trip
lett, the subscriber will proceed to seli, at
public auctii n, for cash, to the highest bid
der, all the household and kitchen furniture
of the said Triplett, being a valuable collec
tion ot articles suilabletor such an establish
ment. And on the day following, at 12 o’
clock, A. Af. «n the premises, at public auc
tion, for re? *ly money to the highest bidder,
a certain tract of land in the county ol Fair
fax, and state of Virginia, the property of
the said Triplett, containing in the whole one
hundred and eighty acres, and hounded by*
the land* of James Irwin, IV!r-. Hrooke,
Thompson Mason, and Samuel CoJJard.
All die above property is to he sold by vir
tue of a deed of trust from the said Triplett
to the subscriber, tor the security and bene
fit of Joseph Shepherd. Such a title as is
vested in the subscriber by the aforesaid in
denture, will be conveyed to the purchaser,
upon the receipt ot the puicbnse money.
N. 8. VV1SE, Trustee,
jan 28. dt!5F
Murslutl’s Sale.
WILL be sold for cash on the pp mists,
on Saturday, the 20th day oi Februa
ry next, at ! 2 o’clock, all the right, title and
interest, 01 Pliebe Moore, in and to one lot of
ground in the /own of Alexandria, at the
northeast corner of Washington and Wolf sts.
to satisfy an Execution in favor of Archibald
B. Dick. D. MINOR, D. M.
Jan. 19 for T. RINGGOLD, marshal.
Valuable i roperty for Hale.
ON SATURDAY, the 4th oi March next*
the follow ing valuable property will lift
offered at public sale, tor cash :
I. A two story brick tenement and lot of
ground on the south side of King-street, 49
teet to the west of Henry-street, in front cm
King-street 26 feet, in depth 100 leet.
2. A vacant lot on the w esi side of Fayette
street, beginning at a point tqui-distant from
King and Cameron streets, thence north o
Fayette-street 76 feet 7 inches, west paral
lel to king street to Payne-street—south cn
Payne-street 76 feet 7 incljes, thence to the
beginning.
3. A large two story brick warehouse
and lot of ground at the intersection ol the
north line of King-street with the east line of
| Fayette-street, in front on King sdreet 43
feet 5 inches—on Fayette-street. loo feet to
I a (o toot aliey, now in the tenure of Jamei
! English.
4. A lot on the east side of Fayette-strh
1 lo feet to the north of King street, in nont
on Fayette*sttree! 21 leet 5 inches, in depth
j 123 feet u inches.
5. Two Lots of ground formerly parts of
the estate ol the late Richard Conway, dis—
j tinguished in the survey made for his execu
! tors by No. 20 and 21-—No. 20 situated on
the north side of Montgomery-street, and
i west side of Columbus-streel, containing one*
acre and 7-8—No. 21 situated at the inter
section of the south side of Montgomery-st.
with the west side of Columbus-street, cou*
taming o-IG et an acre.
The above described property will be of
fered for sale under a deed ol trust front ./as.
Anderson to R. 1. Taylor, for the security
of the Mechanics’ Bank ot Alexandria.
The sale will he made at the ware-house
distinguished in the.above advertisement by
No. 3. at lo o’clock A. M.
Payment will be required on the spot for
each piece of property .‘truck off—and if
not made, the property will be immediately
resold at the risque of the defaulter, whose
oid will not be afterwards received.
By order of the trustee,
S. A, M ARSTELLER, Auc.
january 19
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN AVVAV from the subscriber on tha
night of the3oth tilt, a black man na
med THOMAS MAN'KINS, aged about2o
years, stout made, thick lips, and speaks ge
nerally as if something was in his mouth, a.
very sulky down looking fellow ; although
he can he smooth and plausible when he
wishes to be civil. He had on when he ab
sconded a blue fine cloth coat, close bodied,
almost new, anti pantaloons and vast of the
same colored cloth with other fine clothing
not recollected. Fie can write tolerably
welt and will probably have a pass forged
by himself. The above reward willbe gi
ven if said negro is caught out of the district,
and secured in jail so that I get him again,
and 2o dollars if caught within the district,
and all reasonable charges paid.
N. B. said boy has been bred to the Bis
cuit-Baking, and i9 an expert workman.
AND’W JAMIESON.
Febr’yl d6t*
Lost
ON Monday the 23d ult. supposed on
King-street, near the store o| Baton &
Butcher, or on Roval-street, near the office
of the Marine Insurance Company, a 2o dol
lar note ol one of the Virginia banks, and
a 5 dollar note of the Bank ot the Valley, ot
Va.
The finder will confer a favor on the own
! er by leaving the same with the printer wild
will grant a liberal reward, if required.
Feb I

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