A letter was also read from the right lion, ilie Lord Advocate, announcing his intention of offering himself a candidate to represent the ... The principal introduction* were, Count YVoruu- Zof, Count Potockie. and Lord Cavan. ... the Is( iu..ui;i, contains an and zeal, and for the assistance they hare on all occasions afforded him, in forwarding the public service. ... It being thought proper that the pay and contingencies of the staff of the recruiting districts in G. Britain, should from the :alt;;ili inltantanbsp;...
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