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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1850

r SRI c LEW RG Volume VJX, Number L E C. HICKOS, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, APRIL 3, 1850. Whole Iamijer---313. The Iowlsbure Chronicle is issued every Weiliiesuej mowing tt Lewishurg, Inion WTVijW wt mi. for ca-b. actually in advance; $1,7?, paid withiu three months; $2 if paid within the year ; 2,50 if not paid belore the year etwre; single numuere, a cents, oun- errimione tor .ii monih. or lea. to be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with mm! Publisher except hen the year i. piiJ op. j per square one mk, f 1 for a month, and 5 for year : a reduced price lor longer umimiiTOw. ZKSS5 e listed, with to. real and judicious atten Csaual advertisements and Job work to ba paid, tion ffom his father, thnn had been be or when banded in er delivered. s,owed on he fc lfee ,he vine A II ii mimiiniriliAni har mail ifltlwt mUlA tlAat. t paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relatine; exclusively to lue Immortal Lf-anmem ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1850

nisa fend establish, to restrict anil exclude, has been constantly exercised. 3d April, 1790. Congress excepted the cession from North Carolina ofwhat ia now Tennessee, with a slaver y clause ) and a territorial governmeot was erected ia May following. 7ih April. 1739. Mississippi Territory was erected, and the Ordinance or 1787 extended over it, except the 6th section. This wss equivalent to the recognition of the right m hold slaves. 7th My, 1800. lodiana Territory was erected, and the Ordinance or 1787 exten ded over it. 26 h March, 1S04. The territory ceded by France in 1603 was erected into two territorial government Or leans and Lou. isiana. This was slave territory, and it was permitted to remain so ; but the in troduction or slaves from foreign countries, and also from other Stater, except by Mi llers, was prohibited. In 1810 tie su preme court of Louisiana affirmed this law, and decided that slaves introduced in con. traveution of that law were free. 0 Mar tin's Reps., 658....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1850

I.KWISBUKG ClMtONICkE Afiti WEST BltANCH I'M It MIC It CHERfiY PECTORAL: Iba Car ssT COUGHS, COX.D3, HOARSENESS, BROW CXXTXS, GROUP, ASTH MA, WXOOPI2T0-OOTJOH AXIS CONSUXHPTXOV. Arm's CstaaT Pctobi. W would call lis sileii'iog of our reedera to Circular enclosed Id il.ia day's issue of our papsr.which ia itself it n rstiificste of character and tbe intrioaie worth uf the preparation it goes to rHammisil Read it it ia worth reading. Tbc di.tineui.bsd name lant in ita fkvor ara dtficiem aaauiaoea of ila value, and tba madieina i .elf ahooa that it ia woribjr of lb baat codidm. dation bestowed upon if. Wnen such men in oar own country as Prof, "illimsn of Yale College, Prof. Hitchcock, the venerable Presilent of Amharst College, Prof. Beitlet of Transylvania College of Medicine, Dr. Val.-i.tme M.xt or N.Y.City, tba leamad Editora of the Boaton Medical It Surgical Journal, tbc Southern Medical Review, the Western Lancet, die &e .aa well a man; bigh medical authorities in foreign euu...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1850

WKST BRANCH From the Xsine Farmer. tonus Soil for Potatoes. ll has been remarked by moralist! that blessingRbrichten as they take their flight." Tbc good old-fashioned potato used to be raised so easily, and were so abundant that we never realized their worth until the po tato tot crctw, and then the blessings be. gan to brghti-n, after they had taken their flight beyond our reach. S.ime remarks in regard to the culture of them we think would not be amiss, eve w if not quite in season to apply tSem in the act of planting. V?p' have always noticed that the best crops of potatoes are raised in what may be catbd porous soil. For instance, new grounds that have been burnt over.and are lull of half burnt Waves and sticks, and ashes and coal andju-reenswards that have been turned over by the plow and are not ccmpacf. From these facts we have supposed that alihaagh the vine of the pota'.nto requires ome source to obtain potash which enters rnto its substance largely, yet it requires a chtn...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1850

L E WiSBlJ RG C H K 0 N I GIL Eo. K C. HIOKOK, EdiU. a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., APRIL 10, 1850. Ydmae TH, Wmnber 2. WLote 1 umber--314. The Lewlsburs Chronicle is issued very WeilneoiUy morning 1 Lewiaburg, Union Bounty, Pennsylvania. Ttsxs. $1.50 per year, for ea.h actually In advance; $1,75, paid within three monlhe; $2 ff paid within the veer; $2,nO if not paid before the yer evnire ; aingle number. S rent. 9nb crintton for aix month or tree to be peiJ in aIvanee. Discontinuances notion! with the Publisher except when the vaar ia psid up. rYlverlisement hanrWomelv inserted at 50 ft par eqoare one week. 1 for mon'h, and 5 fee n ; a reduced price for l.ntar adeertieement. Two aquaree. 7 : Mercantile advertisement not eveeeJinir on? fourth nf a rnlnmn. quarterlv, $ tO. I Casual eilvertiemente and Job work to be piij for when handed in or delivered. All eommttnieatinne tv msil nnt come jmet paid. accompanied hv the addreaa of the writrr. tn receive a'tention. Th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1850

WEST BRANCH Far Iht Lmuburg CkronUU. Book Fannin, j Mr.Edi:or : BookFarming is very often laughed at by cur Dutch fanners, but it is noceasa ry in good practical farming. What little experience I have had in book farm ing, has been invaluable to me. It has helped to keep my wheat from turning to cheat, and taught me how to !ow clover cad without regard to the sign in the moon. Having read the Albany Cultivator for eight year, I have Warned a great many improvements. Hid I read the Cultivator or same other farming paper thirty years ego, my farm might be middling well im proved by this time ; now, I only begin to see that a great many things might and ahould be done, of which years ago I had not thought, being content with doing as cty fathers had done before me. There ere many farmers like me, who see where improvements may be made ; and if we read the Cultivator, or the Lewisburg Chronicle, we may often catch a hint or a fact that would be worth double the sub eciiplion price. The ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1850

i.EWISBURG -CURONlCLB--ANIKWJaST..BKAXCH .Viil'S;U rATS&'S 1.1 CHERRY PECTORAL: For ihe Care r OCTJGXI3, COX.D3, KOARSEM-S33, BROW. CHXTI3, CROUP, ASTH ma, WHoorxxro-oovoB AVO CONSUMPTION. ' Tba uniform su'cess which has attended the Ut of Itiw preparation its titulary (fleet i a power to relieve and eure biTretiona of the Lunge, ban gained for it a celebrity equ did by no O'het medicine. We offer it to tlie afflicted with entire confidence ia ita virtue, and lha full belief that ti Will subdue end remove tha st'vereet attack of vJiaeesea upon the thtOil and lunge. As thcaa Taaulta become public, they naturally attract the attention opmedical men and philanthropists everywhere. What ia their opinion . of Cherry Perioral, may b eaen below. VALENTINE MOTT. M D, Prof. Surgery Medical Cortege, New York, aava : It irivee zae Setst pleasure to certify the value and effl tacy orAver'CiJ.rrY Pectoral ,wl:iih t consider peculiarly adapted, tu cure diseases of the Throat aud l.ui.gs. ' Th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Blacks ri. tha WWt. Augustus P. Dorsy (01 D'Oney) a dan ditted negro from Boston, addrasatd a clan of colored people in Seventh 8Laenf South yesterday afternoon. The subject of hi diacourse was the superiority of tba Afri cans over the "pale, puny descendants of the Anglo-Salons. Our colored Chevalier D'Orsey averred that nil black animals are superior to white on. " Black horses mike the best racer, black dogs make the best hunters, black cats the best mousers. black roosters the best fighters nod breed ersand so black men eicelled in these particulars. But the white people.1 aaid he, "pretend that the colored people have n strong smell. I do not wish to deny it the colored folks are strong, everyway. A flea is the strongest quadruped on the face of the earth, considering his air- and the flea is black. That's the reason he is per ecuted, my respected heerera. But the flea shows his persecutors that he can bite, if he is black. Black m...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1850

LEW Si RG 0 RON CLE,- B. 0. EICXCX, Editor. 1 a 17. WCSDEN, Printer. j LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., APRIL 17, 1850. 1 Vohune YH, Hrtmber 2 Whole KmBW-315. The Ie vtiswurs; Chronicle issued eery WeJnesJsv morning et Lesrisburg, Union esumtv, rsnnTianie- Tssite. $.S0 peryeor, for e.h acfaallj la ad ranee; 91.73. peiJ within three month; $2 if piJ within the veer ; $3,50 if not paid before the yesr eiptres ; single numbers. B cents. Sub eruption tor ait month or lees to be paid in e-Ieanca. Disenntinuanree optional with the Publisher except when the year as naid up. AdvertiermenU handsomely inverted at SO cte par eqeare ona wck, f 1 for a month, and 5 for a vear : a reduced price for longer advertisement, Teas squares, f 7 ; Mercantile advertisements not teeeJiyr one-fourth or a column, quarterly, f 10. Caeual advertisements and Job work to be paid ror wneej nan.ieu in or delivered. All communications bv mail innt came post paid, areompanieil by tbs address of the writer, lo receive atte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1850

WEST BRANCH From the Sew Yerk World. g Fi Cooked Food for CatUe Vain of Boots In rattlag Cattle, Etc. Westo. women! Co., N. J., ) March 6th 1890. S Pof.Mabs Dear Sir Enclosed you have an account of any receat experiment, mad al your request, in feeding cattle .with eooktd food, 4 e- 1 selected two pair of cattle from among eight pair, which were similarly conditioned, and which 1 had fed alike, and for about the aame time. They were weighed on the first of January. No. 1 weighed 1620 Iba. 9 1750 1670 4 1110 Nos. 1 and 3 were fed during January on 9 lbs. of eorn and oals, (not ground) in the proportion of nine parts corn to five parts oats by measure.Bnd boiled in a three barrel kettle, in which was placed thirty aii gallons of water, oite and a half quarts of salt, and about seven bushels of grain mixed as above boiled this mixture for two hours, using an armful of dry wood and two bushels of corn-cobs ae fuel. 1 then cover the kettle, placing over the cov cr a horse blanket, keepin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1850

l.KWISBUUG CilKO.MCLK AND WEST BKANCII FAIISIKK CHERRY PECTORAL: Fr lb Car mi COUGHS, COX.D8, .BOAnsxursss, beov. . OHXTXS, CROUP, ASTH MA, WHoopivo-oovoa AJXD COXrSUBXFTIOtf. Tha uniform sueeeaa which has attended it use of ibis preparation iu salutary effect i t power to relieve and cur anVcuone ol ihe Lunge, have gained for i'le. lebriiy equaled by no o her tre!icine. We off r it to tbe afflicted with entire ronndenrs in ita virtues, and the fu'l h.li.r ih.i It ariil subdue end remove tbe severest attack of aiseeeee upon toe throat ar.d lung. Aa these results become public, tbey naturally attract the itention of medical men and philanibrnpjaie everywhere. What is their opinion of Cherry Pectoral, mar be eeen below. . VALENTI.NE MO I T. M D. Prof. Surgery Medical College. New Fork aava : It lives me ereat plu to certify tha Tain and affi seer of AVer's Cherry Fseloral.which I consider peculiarly adapted to can disease, of the Throat and Lungs. The Rt Rev Lord Bishop FIELD write in...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1850

ttHt and junior. A Han with a Big Foot W heard, a 1 day eiiice, (nay: the Knickerkockt-r.) a laaghalU anecdote ol a nun with a big Toot. I la Buffa loaian, who inuat be living mw, for a man with io goid a bold upon I he ground i not likely to ' drop off' ia a hurrjr. He atepjnid one day inio the mal! ahop of a Boot maker, in tha tWithing capital oil fid Erie, and asked Crispia if be could , make him a fair of boota. Looking at Lis long aplay pedal t-itrcmitiaa, and then glancing at a huge uncut cow-hide that bung upon the wl , be saiJ Well, yea I giiee an." What time will you hava tbem done! To-day ia Monday." Well, it'll dfpend on eircumaiancaaj I gcet I can hare I he in duav for you by Saturday." On Saturday, therefore, the man called for his boon. ' Have you get 'cm done ! aaiJ he, a be entered the little ahop. ISTo. 1 haveu't I couSJl'i : it baa rained every day since I took your mea sure." " Rained !" exd.-uwd tlie aatoni.-hed patron ; ' w", what of that Whatthed that to do wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1850

4JJL rti " til ..J JUf Li H. 0. HICKO!?, Editor, tt W. WORDEN, Printer. gWgBl Tli tvrlburr Chronic le is issued vary Wednesday morning at LenUburg, Union eeunty, Pennsylvania. . Taans. $1.50 pet yew, for emh actually In dwice; $lr75, paid within three months; $2 if paid within the ear; $2,60 if not paid befutc the year expire ; single numbers,!) cents. Sub scription for ail month or less to be psi.l in aMvanca, -. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher except when the year ia paid up. '" Advertiaements handsomely inserted at 50 ets ft! square one weeki f 1 for a month, an J ?5 fir yoar ; a reduced price forioiigr-r advertisements. Two squares, 17 ; Mercantile advertisements not exceeding one-fourth of a column, (junrterly, $10. Casual advertisements ami Jos work to be paid for when handed in or delivered. " All communication! by mail aiuM come post paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. Thoae relating exclusively In the Editorial Department lo he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1850

WEST BRANCH From the American Agricu'.turut. Sumirsr Squash, or Cymling, for Stack. We are not aware thai thi s article has been raised as a fit-Id crop, ret we think ii may ba introduced with decided advantage, tor such as require additional (ood for stock, during the amnmar month. There are two varieties of viwj,ihe bush mid the runners; the former may be ptaiited nearer'irian the litter. Both are prolific hearers, when the choicest kinds are selected, and the soil, manure, and cultivation are iidiciouly chosen. They era picked whi'c still green and given to the stok, eiiher raw, steamed, or boiled. 1o consequence of this early "harvesting, the vibcs will continue to flow er and bear ebundar.tly, through the warm feasou. The soil should he similar to that for f umpkius.beiag a light eaady or cultivated Mam, well pulverised and very fertile. la addition to a good soil, the plant pays tvbundaa'.ly lor heavy nmnuring. For this porpote scarcely rnvthing comes amiss. We have found drop...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1850

CHERRY PECTORAL: Far the Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOAHSENES3, 3 HO 21- CBXTI3, CROUP, ASTH MA, WHOOPisra-cough AVD OOU3UXX?TXOXr. Tbe uniform succee which ha attended the m of this preparation iif a-ilutary eGcct its tower to relieve and cure affections of ihe Lungs, have gained for it celebrity eiju di-d lv no oilier medicine. We offer it to the afflicted with entire confidence in its virtues, and tb full belief that it will subdu and remote the severest attacks of diseases upon tbe throat snd lungs. As there results become public, they naturally attract the lUnlion of medical men and philanthropist everywhere. What is their opinion of Chxrry Perioral, may be acen bulaw. VALENTINE MOTT. M D. Prof. Surgery Medical College, New York, eays : It frivae tnf invar pleasure to erdfv the value and effl Mf of Ayer.'s Cherry rcctiiml.wfcieh I consii-r peculiarly adapted to cure die of the 'iDniat and Lutifcs. The lit Kb? Lord Bishop FIELD writes in a letter to hia friend, who was fast finking ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1850

IjKWISBUKG- CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER ttHt quD Qinncr. A Gen. An orator out West (by-lhc-way, all the lofty bursts of eloquence come from " out West now-a-dt.) in coinntonting on the dangerous character of circumstantial evidence," is said to hare closed ith the following gorgeous prrrfii!n. Shade of Cicero, hiJe your dimmis-hed head ! "If circumstantial evidenco were person itied, it should be the form of a beautiful woman. Her brow should b the brow of Mmerva ; her smile the smile of Venus ; her voice the voice of a Syren. She should be ciad in the while robes of itiiioeencc.bul on her garments should be seen "clouts of blood." Her step should b the conquer or's desolation ; and in the bark ground, haunting her lootntpps, should appear the (.hades of unquiet, perturbed wpirils.ranged in groSpsoftwslve.rr-pret-entiiig the jurors ho had been led nslMT by her knowing brow, her treacherous smile, and yet mora seductive voice." Homrxpatiiy. Ibfe is a homrrpHthi: dose of nn argu ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 May 1850

L'EWISBURG CHROW C Volaxe VII, numter 5. ITh.ob Kirnier 317. E C. EICEOK, Editor. 0. 11. WORDEW, Printer. LEWBBUIIG, UNION CO., PA., MAY J, 1850. The Icwlsburs Chronicle is issued avert Vt'edaestluy morning at Lenisburg, l uionl tonty, Pennsylvania. " Ho very good." As they went back, the Indian said, . i r. t ... i nn ..... r... u . i I '"Miose no maxe u any more or--. advance; $1,75, paid within tlirer months ; $2 him all ao oul, if paid within the year; $2,50 if rxt paij 'jrW q ,ju, i-m co!j an(j em afraid Miss iae year expires ; single numbers, o crnis. i-u acriilions fur six months or les to he paid n ailvance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher eicent when the year M niitl up. AdTertisemt-nU handsomely inserted at 50 cts per square one week, f 1 f ir a month, and ?5 fur I year ; a reduced price lor longer tuivert.,eine-i.li;. the tail trees, tuminir ihetn into stalely uil rr- & - . t 1 . - t eiceeJine one-fourth of a colnn.n. quarterly, fit). ' 'ar,i upholding a m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 May 1850

WKST BRANCH F rant the Maine Farmer. The Potato. Mr. Editor : The time being near for weeding, with yotir leave ! ill make a few rt-inarka for the consideration of the farm ers, which are well intended, however tlicy may be received and used. And ! will first notice the potato crop, which is one of the great staples of Main, and by pro per management, I suppose may be as healthrul and productive as in former years. I It is a well established law of natural phi- losophy, that every thing has its nature, and it will not flourish well out of thnt Course. 1: is so v.ith certain animals, which will flourish well in ceriain locations and climates. So also of vegetables. They prosper best in and near the locali ties which nature designed for them, and will not prosper well, when much removed. The potato is natural to a It'gl', conl climate, ail elevated situation, and a lour, huffy soil ; and its natural constitution is Ftrch that it will not flourish well, especial ly in qi:i!:ty, if much...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 May 1850

CHERRY PECTORAL: For ike Care COUGHS, C0X.D3, HOARSSIYJBSS, BROIT OHZTXS, CROUP, ASTH MA, WHOOPING -COUGH AND CONSUMPTION. The uniform success which has allrmloJ (lie Ilia of Ibii preparation its saluliry licet its power to relieve and cure ufiVc'inna of the Lungs hue gaiueJ for it a celebrily equ iled bv no other medicine. We offer it to the allliried with entire confidence in its virtues, and the full bcli-.f that it will subdue and remove the severest attack of diseases upon the throat arid lungs. As these results become public, tbev naturally attract the attention of medical rain and philanthropists everywhere. What i their opinion of Cherry Pectoral, mar be aeen below. VALENTINE MOTT, M D, Prof. Surgery Medical College, New Vork. says: It firm me jrriMt t'-a.-ure to r.-rtify the value and effi escyuf A yerV Cherry IM-t.ir1,wliirh 1 rmt"il-r lK-i-uliarly adapted to cure digeadt'S of tlie Throat and l.uniri'. The Rt Kev Lord Diliop FIELD n rites in a letter to his friend, who fas...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 May 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER lUit anb ijumov. Yankee Doodle. A Uie number of ihe Knickerbocker con tains smi.c nmusing adventure of Yankee booaie. The following is a pretty fair il lustration of tlie adventurous and nandc-r- ing cbaracler of ihe hardy sons l Now England. Speaking of the wonderful ubi uiiy of A trueTaukei-, the w riter tays it is Wrfls1: iha'n a Cliine3 puizle to put your finger on a bit of territory, dispi ted or-ar.GisputeJ, where tnc lankee ujo- dle is'nol. If yoii go to Lite's End, he is there; to Mount Ararat, he i there Chimborazo, Himalaya, the tnicuntain of -,he Moon, or the Pyramid of Che p, he is there; anywhere, in fine.-where an ark, a rJofes i cahel.a sr.ake can arrive, by thei several faculties ; bartering, scratching his name on trees, ttoms and African slaves lie knows the whole map of the ancient ticminteJs-oi Trestor John, and every nook find torhef of Moiimbique, and he is hand avnd glove wTt'i riTS tfie savagrs in the world He has be...

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