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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1853

JDcBotci) to fJolitits, literature, 3lgvtntlttt, Science, jJloralitu, iRnir ciuval Intelligence. VOL. k STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY S, 1853. NO. 28. PiibliSleil by Tlu&dbrc Sclioch. TMS 7) dollars' per'aTinntim in advnhce Tw'o dollars and xnVinrter, half yearly and if not paidbe lore tHe endof the yeV. T wo 'donars.and,a half. Those k'ho receive their papers by a'carrier orstage drivers mployetf by tho- proprietor, will be chaYged 37 1-i! em .No papers tliicontinued until all arrearages are paid, except atthebption of the Editor. JH? Adrbrt4.ements riot exceeding one square (six teen lines will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The Clrarpe for one and three insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. TE? AlHetters addressed tb the Editor must be post- IJOB PR1KTIG. IFaviir a general assortment of large, elegant, plain indorliBniental Typ'e.wc are prepared J to execute every description of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1853

!1 1 H'IHJ Bf ttljc Icffcrsouian. 'IL'h mxlay, May 5, I85'J. VVHiC WGSV51NAT50NS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JRIOSES POWXASiL, Lancaster County FOR AUIMTOR GENERAL, CHRISTIAN RSl'EKS, Clarion Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, ' AXEX. K. iUcCL.IlK.I2, Kmnkhn Co. ICFSee fourth page! c I oi ft7"The Directors of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank, ofE-iston, on the. 3d inst lcclarcd a dividend of four per cent, which " will be paid to the Stockholders after the ,13th inst. ICTA Dividend of live per cent, has been declared by the Directors of the Easton Bank, which will be paid to the Stockholders on demand. 0Cr"iVr. Garret Brodhead, of Lehman town ship, Pike county, Pa., has been appointed Inspector of Timber at tno Philadelphia Navy. Salary about 1000 a year. 22(1 Judicial District New Judge. Governor Biglerbas ap pointed George R. Barret, Esq., of Clear field county, President Judge of this Dis trict, in place of Judge Eldred, resigned. Borough Election At an election for Borough Officers, ' held at the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1853

I 1 I 1 m.. f -kry List May Verm, 1853. t List of persons drawn to serve as Grand PfJnrnrR- fnr fVi Mav Spscinn. r,,r.r,.,tt.:ii nu:t:n v.a nkina "n Droanead. E Coolbauffh Jesse Weiss. M. Smithfield Rudolphus Smith, Jonas Hauna, BeDjamm C. Strunk. Smithfield Joseph V. Wilson. Stroud William Starner, Wm. P. Stone, Daniel Keller. Francis J. Smith, Elijah Shook Joseph W. Drake, Henry D. Bush, Wayne Hamilton Charles Drake, John Miller, Andrew Woodliner. Tobyhanna Peter Bonser, Joseph Stubbs, Pocono Reuben Miller. Polk George Dotter. Paradise George Bowman. Jackson Jacob Doll. PETIT JURORS. Stroud J. H. Stroud, William P. Hallock Silas L. Drake, John Kautz, Sydenham Wal ton, Aaron Crosdale. M. Smithfield John Frutchey, sen., John Hanna, Joseph Vanauken, George Petere, Leonard E. Cortnght Smithfield Henry Moyer, Henry Brutz- man. Fmdlev Bnsh, James Bell, Abraham Neyheart, Joseph Staples. Hamilton William Heany, Charles Sny der. Andrew Keller, Wm. Engler, Jacob Dennis, John Featherman.iun....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1853

K 'BIX fore v 21 "ri cultural. A -Kccctyi or Ac ZHimZ Si aggers in Hogs. A correspondentofthe Michgan Far mer direct, as a remedy for this disease, to blead them in the third wrinkle in. the roof of the mouth. My practice is to throw the Jiog on the back and cut across the wrinkles and I never knew it to fail. Brecdii.jr Stock. The following' very excellent remarks on brfceding, by L. C. Ball, of New York, are well worthy of attention. The article ap peared firet in the Ohio Cultivation. Mr. Ball says: The experience of all herdsmen and breeders, from the days of Ja cobdown to the present time, has only ten ded to one result, namely That like produ ces like. On this principle have all the changes of form and habits which separate wild from domesticated races, and wfitch characterise the numerous breeds and varie ties of improved animals been made. So well understood is this principle, that no desired property, whether of strength, speed, form, temperament, or disposition, is consid ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1853

23cijotci to Jtolitics, f iterator, Agriculture, Science, ittoraliij), axxb (Bcntxal intelligence. 4t - VOL. is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 12, 1353. NO. 29- Published ly Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annnum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid bc lore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those Mho receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. No papers ditcontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE? Advertisements not exceeding one square (six teen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion The Charge for one and three insertions the same A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. DZ7 All letters addressed to the Editor must be post-pvid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1853

EIjc 3cffcrsottiou. Thursday, May 12, 1853. WHIG NOWJtWATIOKS. ' IX)R CANAI. COMMISSIONER, JMOSES POWXALL, Lancaster County , FOR AUDITOR OEKKKAU, " A ILEX. Jv. MoCLURE, Franklin Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, ' CMK5STIAN MYERS, Clarion Co. Crops in Florida. We learn from Florida that throughout Aluchua, Columbia and Mari on counties, cotton is in an excellent state of forwardness, and bids fair for a heavy crop, the additional ground planted this season warranting; the estimate that the product of thisyear will be double that of the last or about 10,000 bales. The tobacco, so far as transplanted, looks well, particularly in Ma rion county. The arrowroot which has been set outlooks well and a considerable quanti ty will be manufactured the ensueing season. Gubernatorial. Col. Andrew G. SHOCKING ACCIIPE-4T Horrible Railroad Collision. nf on the ' JJuring the nigno or ine -iotn mc, a bv several Whigpapcrs asthe nextTOig JEW HAVEN E AIL ROAD. e,r.rible c ffon 00 CUredl the follo?D?: C IT XT CI ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1853

"It is an ill wind that blows nobody good. The railroads, at least, make sometning out of the army of office-seek- ers. Thus th r TARfiinf.i? rin tlift HhlHmore and Washinfrton roAd far Mnrr.li nxceed- edthe receipts fdr the Same inonth last year, hv tho sum nf a-o nnn -7 -j The Crops. The papers throughout the great West spelk of the growing grain crops j as being in the most promising condition, and giving token of an abundant harvest. 3IAKItIEE, On the 7th inst., by M. M. Burnet, Esq.. Mr. John fi-anss. and Miss Anna roe county. n. bPOISOOTKG.o Thousands of Parents who use Vermifuge composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c, arc! not aware, mat while tney appear to uenent me patienmney are actually laying me ioun- pauons mr a series oi diseases sucn as sajiva- lion, losa oi sight, weaKness, oi nmus, ooc. t .u l mi u r i .i j tiseraent of Hobensack's Medicines, to which we asK me attenuon oi an uirecuy mieresiec in their own as well as their Children's health. In Liver Complaints an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1853

! ; jri 1 ' POTATOES. jfessrs. Editors: As the time for planting potatoes is approachsng, Isendyouthe result ofaa careful experiment made with different manures, with the remark that I shall make asimilar trial this Spring, and trust that some of my brother farmers may do the same on limestone, slate and gravel soils. On the 19th of last May, I selected 126 Mercer potatoes, without core, as nearly the nine size as possible, weighing about three to the pound cut each potato into two pieces lengthwise, and planted them in my garden, in rich, sandy loam soil, in hills 2h feet apart, . , . ... , - , ' 6 pieces in each hill and attended to them myself. No. 1. 12 hills, 3 pieces to each hill. Kentish guano, manufactured in New-York to the hill, covered one inch with before applying the guano-one inch on top of guano. No. 2. 12 hills. 3 piece to each hill. Saline fertilizer, manufactured in Philadel- nhia. covered as No. 1. jvt o t u;m q u i-ii " 1 Potatoes first rolled in plaster-covered ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1853

i A ,1.; 2 --; . -V? Srootci to politico, Citcmturc, Agriculture, Science, iHoraiitnauii eiierdl 3teeiigcna; 'A VOL. 13. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 19, 18M. NO. 30. .Published by Theodore Scliocln terms-two dollars per annnum i a ad vance-Tuo not discover the causd of a man's sickness, dollars and a quarter, half yearly -and if not paid be-, v. .uu..v. lore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those We'll try this, and We'll try that.' We'll employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. No papers ditconimucd until all arrearagesarc paid, CXKdVehrS one square (six - SitS me unarge lorone ana uiree insertions the une. A iiuiai uwwuiu uiauv iu j vaii uuiui llcUldt IO All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PR IN TING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of JFAESTflBS? 5Pj&5C7OT1Rrek Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Kcceipts -J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1853

t I i I)c 3cffcvsoniau. ... Thursday, Jlay 19, 1S53. . WHIG N0M3NATI0NS. KOIt CANAL COMMISSIONER, 'MOSES POWUfALL, Lancaster County FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, tfALEX. K. NrCLUUfi, Franklin Co. ' . SURVEYOR tiENERAI., .CHRISTIAN Clarion Co. i:Vi-p State Central Committee. ChaR.Thompsou Jones, Phila, Chairman John Price Wetherell, Charles Gilpin, John II. Dichl, a it k it Delaware. Chester. Berks. Bucks. Lancaster, u George T. Thorn, Hon. Henry D. Moore, Jacob S. Roberts, John Ksslcr, Robert L. Martin, John Bishop, Henry S. Evans, David E. Stout, Caleb X. Taylor, Maris Iloopes, Daniel Kerr, Hon. Thos. M. Bibighaus, Labanon. Hon. James Pollock, Northumberland. 'Win. K Mohaffey, Dauphin. Northampton. Lehigh. Carbon. Wayne. Franklin. Adams; York. Cumberland. Clinton. Centre. Lycoming. Huntington. Blair Montour. Somerset. Columbia. Luzerne. Wyoming. Bradford. Susquehanna. Erie. Beaver. Allegheny. Clarion. Armstrong. Indiana. Montgomery. Westmoreland. Cambria. Juniatta. Bedford. Clearfield. Unio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1853

tfrs. Howard, of Napoleon Note rietvt The following extract of a, letter from a Baltimore Correspondent of the New Or leans Crcscnt, gives some interesting par ticulars of this celebrated woman : " The late marriage of the Emperor of Prance, and the putting away of Mrs. Howard, as she is called the former, mis tress, has a peculiar interest here. This Mrs. Howard, is the daughter of a dis tinguished family in this city, but has long been considered by them as dead. When young she was distinguished for her beauty aud wit, as well as her extra ordinary amorous piopensitics. She went to England, was introduced into the high est society there by a daughter of a Ma ryland famipy, who i9 now one of the brightest ornaments of the British nobili ty. There she was married to a titled gentleman, and after committing a nuin ber of indiscretious, aud giving her friends an infinite degree of trouble and anxiety, finally irretrievably disgraced herself by eloping with a gay young officer. After b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1853

i V. 8 ti cultural. ttrctat Secrets in Cultivation. flMiose of our readers whose rdcollec $tii extend back far enough, may rc Iftutubdr to have heard of a srrent discov ery that was once made in the cultivation ..of the earth, and for the public announce ment of which, a few hundred thousauds were alced from one of our state govern ment. The state government declined ' prfying the price, but the people individu ally paid subsequently large sums in the aggregate, to obtain separately the secret. Many of them have thought that the dol lar thus paid by each was well expended. J Without civinir any opinion as to the! merits of this discovery, we shall under tSke for the be tie fit of our readers, to m1nfibu several other secrets in the art of cultivation, doubtless quite as new and original, and which we are confident, if properly known, appreciated, and acted ittton, would be worth to the mass of A merican farmers, quite as much as the sum claimed for the other. 1. The first, and perha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1853

t " ' ' ' : "'' , " 1 )cotc& to ftolitus, literature, agriculture, Science, iiloralitn, anb ruiral Siuclligcrioc: '; -fr VOL. 13. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 26, 1853. NO. 31. - ij- if XuIIis!icd by Theodore Sclioch TERMS Two dollars per annnum in adrance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be tore the end of the year, Tw o dollarsand a half. Thojc who receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers mployed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 cents, pcryear, extra. No papers ditcontinucd until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements not exceeding one square (six teen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion Tlie" Charge for one and three insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. ID AH letters addressed to the Editor must be post-puill. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain stnu ornamental...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1853

El)c Jcffcrsouittu. Thursday, May 2C, 1853. WHSC NOrVilNATiOMS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, HSOSES HOWNALL, Lancaster County FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ALEX. K. McCWRE. Ftanklm Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, CIIRISTIAA' JE ITERS, Clarion Co. Court. The May term of the several Courts of this County, commenced on Monday last, the 23d inst. Hon. George 11. Barrettc, of Clearfield county, appeared, presented his Commission from Governor Bigler, as President Judge of this Judicial District, was sworn by the Prothonotary, and en tered upon the discharge of his duties. The titne of the Court thus far, has been occupied with the case of the Common wealth vs. Andrew Piphcr, charged with liavtng set fire to a large stack of Bark, on or about the Sth of September last, in Price township. We are unable to-day, to lay before our readers the facts in this cate, but will endeavor to do so in our next, and will also furnish a full report of all matters disposed of at this' term. Judge Barrette The manner in which thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1853

wpirtiuausns vs. Common Sense. j. no spiritual JdarOzrtger. one of the Eubliniely ridiculous advocates of spirit txalism and rappingism has the following sublimation of nnn,nn.n . It T il.. i. ifti 1 .. - - r? w wi uU, tUU o.ora 01 uoa, me 110 ay xraceaure, snail crown the Triune Ure ator with the perfect disclosive illumina ;r,n rpu i . , tion. lnen shall the Creator, in efful wu auuo tue umne scrapmmaj, arise into the dome of the disclosure in one comprehensive revolving galaxy of su preme oeatitudes." The Cayuga Chief thus aptly responds: "JLncn shall blockheads in the jackass- assical dome of disclosive procedure. above the all-fired great leather fungus Peter isTip-ninnygo, the Gooseberry Grin der, rise into the dome of this disclosure. .1 . 1 until co-equal and co-extensive and con glomerated lumuxes, in one comprehen- . . .v., uuou. uocmuiitlB 1ULU UUIU1I1F. 1:1 1.-1. -i..! . ,' T , uuuiauca Pussy-cac ai- ter the place where the tail was." Una is quite as intelligible as the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1853

q r ic u It it r a 1 Imort&ai to Fanuerse Pigeon ' v. Weeds T wrote you some two years ago, that Lahouht 1 had made a discovery "where by pigeon weed, or ted root, could be ex terminated from the earth, viz: by planting corn two seasons on the same field. I have followed up the plan, and find it to ansjver the purpose effectually. You can tell my brother farmers, that they can get rid of that pest of the wheat grower by following my plan. Yet, strange as it may appaar, no other two summer crops wilUkill it all. Ihave tried both barley and Oiitsltwicc-in succession, but indian corn and- potatoes will; the latter crop would 'not answer to cultivate extensively on our stiffsoils,butthe former will. John John son, Seneca, N. Y. Cultivator. About ITiilEt Lr. -YilHam P. Fogg has given some valuable knowledge on the chemical prop erties of milk and butter, which every ilairv-man or woman should read. AVe "will give a few extracts from his remarks. "The ordinary temperature of new roilk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1853

1 I nf 5)ctiqtci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittomlitw, anb cneral 3ixtciligcncx. VOL. is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 2, 1853. NO. 32. ,,,, L , , mm I, M ' ,,n ,,,,-n I,-- , -- i in i i wumtfUL1 jiiiwii ijiibww i wu.l ijiwiimiii iiiiiiiai iiiii-l iwmiwi ii - ---- i " - J. linn lilTT' " j " T " Published ty Theodore School nUu!?rwo dollars per nnnnum in advance Two Z .L?,1 quarter, half ycarly-and if not paid bc- wta rS?4 of the ycar Tvvo dol'arf! imd a lmlf- Thosc rmninv:i1Vu Uleir Papers by a carrier or stage drivers nt n b-vtlie propnetor, will be charged 37 1-2 e? ditcontinueduntil all arrearagesarc paid, except at the option of the Editor. b toimTi; rt,semen,s not exceeding one square (six 1 1 !?eS) W,W be in&ertcd three weeks for one dollar. Tw. enty-five cents for every .subsequent insertion inc unarge for one and three insertions the same .UHrJi discount made to yearly advertisers, pjj A1' letters addressed to the Editor must be post- JOB PRIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1853

a..owhaOT!w l)c 2ciTcvsauian. TIiiirMflay, June 2, 1S33. WH5G NQSVSiNATiOftS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONS, MOSE POWSALL, LancasierCounty FOR AVDITOR OKNUHAI., AJLKX. 5i. Mi-CLURE, Franklin Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, ; 21 REST RAN MYERS, Ulnrion Co. Tall Stalk of Rvc. Ir. Petit 15. Primrose, of Middle Rmithfiold township, sent to our office on Mouday last, a stalk of llyc, which meas- iires i icet y inches m height, lins is certainly an extraordinary product, and wo have our doubts whether it can be beat. If any of our farmers can, the' are requested to send them along. Court Proceedings The May Term of the several Courts of this County commenced on Monday the -23d ult. Hon. George 11. 13arrett, recent 1' appointed President Judge of this Judicial District presided, assisted by Hons. A. Levering and A. Storm, Asso ciates. The followiug cases were tried, viz : Commonwealth vs. Andrew Piphcr Indictment for arson in setting fire to and destroying several ricks or stacks of bark in Price township, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1853

Daring and Skiifu! Burglary. One of the most daring and skilful bur glaries we have ever had to record was i;unSMaisu au ui uweuing house or Mr. John Boyed, in the village of Palo Alto, on the South side of tlmT;r SoUtn-nn a short distance above Pottsville, during it uumiMiay nigut, ot last week. It is evident that tlm villa? . w V MMM v U i W VA the house through a second story window, xiuui huiuu a cage containing a rarrot was removed and rlnnnsiforl - Mil Hliv ilv J L V bout the middle nfthn passed up into the third story where Mr. and Mrs. Boyd were sleeping, thoroughly ransacked all. the drawers of a bureau, directly at the foot of their bed, without mciug iiuyuuug irom il tooK a small iuuj. iium uuuer me oca wnicu they un locked, rifled of $70 dollars in money, and strewed the papers about the floor.--They took a watch hanging; directly over lUK oi me oca, winch was subse quently found in the h B's Goat left by them on the banister at uw luot. oi me stairs : ana an axe with "w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1853

- aA 1 -' - icAwmj i7 tnnjf concern To the intelligent, the iJtvwfftffill, the vhilanthronic. Your at- trntwn u respectfully invited to a new, or iginal, peculiar, and important work, of jf?o tmges i mo., ana containing nearly i.nc nunttrea engravings, and entitled, 12&OTJ&B&IC AIVTBIROPOLOGST. UV T. L. NICHOLS, M. D. TJRKM'.U'A L ofthe American Dydropath JL ir Insuiutc, Educational and Thera- t jieiiueiu. ai i'ortchesler, Is. Y., one hour's instance frniii New York cilv on ttic New York and New Haven Railroad. A com- prrlietisive and confidential Treatise on the Mrucuute. -Functions, Passional Attractions ami IJeru'rsious, True and False Physical nd Social Conditions, and the most" inti inai e Relations of Men and Women, The title Enteric Anthropology, will sim'ui sirnnge to many, but it is thoroughly appropriate. Anthropology is from Anlhro j os. a (nun, and Logos, a description. Eso teric, from so, within, signifies pnvaie, se i ret, interior, and was used by the anci...

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