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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 October 1848

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Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 October 1848

f" ft r . rj"" Ujgy.n ujumuc.JsaxzBtacozm'asBtica' .TTirTiaTMT.LjCTBiaogV3;w;rytipyujij'iw!JwgucgitioaCTu:f7Trvi WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE . "Wn-iiNcrox firr. r Auaasi 10th. Is' Id. v Mr. Epitor: vVsshington Tlnsif application will ' jovery instance be accompanied by the irwwg oath of iiidcnit ty. und thrir figtv'ur i Ipoperly ninecd Jo ti.o receipt antiexsil (to wit: 3aS2SS3IS3TAS EASSS .. i f Jca'.o publish ths following for the infor nation ofnU the ofliceis and mMitrs cn.rag-1 Countv of !r. r.f They an thousand eight multireel in and year one norsotml- !j;it'is extra im- and pay-My appear before 1:1c. the undersigned a Jtts- " -- lice of the Peace for the county and isuatlicd to the ihtiersiit .- i . . i.; u- above mentioned who being outv eu in the lr.tc wr with Jicstco entitled to three .11. masters will be uv promincut nam of the State. Soldiers sta- lsuor: according tc law declares tiiat he m ttoned oil the Texas frcntier are also entitled itho identical who wus a in J .1 . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 October 1848

1tjjLa.uaftMLU'..iiLiL?c M. IIWL 1 1 WWumMJi.llJ!;m J1.M JXE CHARUES DE MORSE. i.oxg sii ii.r. oru u ix.vkr Kii vvp. filr. !:r.i:z-TiJK .WaxdaUD OP the frcc EDITOR &. PROPRIETCFi. - m.-J.mjJ. IV VOL. G. gLg.-jL.MAJyjjtxmiA-m AJ'isLirjrTSl!UTSCJTi'1" BY AUTHORITY PrrLic Xo AX ACT tojaulhorize the issuing a rogister to tne bark Mary Teresa. sental'rcs of the Untied Sides of America in Congras j 7iWrf l liat mere no ivueo unucr me cirecuon bark MarrTcHss. formerh rFrcnch cs.l. but now owned by Xathan Uoiiero and Charles liutkr citiicitecfUallimore. i'i the Stale of Man land; and ....-- .'-a .. . . . . which said vessel hz 'M bsen w rocked condemn- . . i -!-!.. 11 1.. .... i . ! ca me ip ..." .- ' ... ..-! a M -ritibfactioii of the Sccn-lan ol t!ic Treasury tli.u ."- r- -; -- r . .K r " lll.il - i .i it i the cost of the rcpa.rs ma.V m the Cnited States exc.'i us . . . .1 1 . thre '-Murths ol the onjr.t.al cost I of building a essel of the same tonnage 111 th '1- ted States. nuirr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 October 1848

.(JtJli.fc Ji nit: jirut;t-t:iiiii;a ui iu v-i -" L introduced to the meet-' hel cfr? C ia "0t 0 ''C l .;ihnnt.nn1ill.i-.l.lo tie South. Trulv.thrs an argument worthy o 'Z h"n 1 T?? "IS the No-Pa.ty party. The Baltimore Con. SOUND SPEECH OF MR. LARUE AT Baltimore Contention; Gen. Cass appiovcd R VTON ROUGE. '" U1C procectiiugs 01 u;o i..niii.-iiiiv... ....... Mr. Larue ns next intr Hn said he IOsC t- . . . ... i i degree of embarrassment ai.crnav ng .ea.u -- .solution of Mr. the speech of the eloquent ana a...e genue- d bcc fooa - .nvm Mr..Mcnjnm.ii who had preceded him tdoncso. To sav nothing of its gram- and knowing the power eloquence i. mu -....- conructioii it involved a gross ah- y of .he gentleman Mr Pre. iss by w horn g VaI Rteo ho was to be succeeded. But. although lie . felt embarrassed he was not dispirited. How-! " '' . :..... ...:.. i. .1 ... r l.is :.l.;i-' "Resolved Ih.it the doctrine ot non-tnicr Jlv his cause was the personification of truth ficMv ill the lights of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 October 1848

5JJH 9HSWPW JiitPmLi.lAWiiMiUJ.U'gWtf miim iMugjLk.jfcujjiaau-iJJA-.'UJvi " ' iiuikiUft.HgiA-gJMifltiLiuaiAwGg ig'w-emjLJLJUT t.sj3n j By the Governor of the Slate of lexas. A PROCLAMATION. Telegraphic report of the. . 0. Com. Bulletin. TH E GREAT TELEGRAM SUIT DECIDED. Washington City Sipl. 13 S P. .V By the telegraph from the West we have just received the important intelligence that the grent telegraph suit bctw ecu the pi opne- Therefore nr it known That I GEORGE T. irva ftiPi.rtr Mnncr't nttnnf nml Ml Tfl'.'MIV '"U-idol's !" ..f tlrt i .In nf Tnnc ln-xirtim O'Reilly has heen decided at Frankfort of tlic power and authority in me vested by law do Kv.. in favor of the foiincr. Hie Judge's hereby order and direct ui.ii an ciccuou to-day. It covers the j" the several precincts oi me several c IIEREAS by the laus of this State and of the United Stiles an election for electors of President and A ice President is to be lioldcn tlironcliont this State on Tuesday nest after the first Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 October 1848

WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. Washi-noto City 1 August 10th ISIS. J Mr Editor: Mease publish the following for the infor- mation of all the officers and soldiers engag- ed in the late war with Mexico. They are entitled to three Alonlhs tslra pay and pay- masters will he dcspntUed to the dill ere nt prominent parts of the State. Soldieis sta- tioned on the Texas frontier arc alio entitled to this pay. Heirs of deceased pcrsoin en titled will also he paid at home instead i - ii i . ii.:....ni being compelled to prepare their papers ami ' r . transmit them here. The different newspa- cra ia my District will please copy. Your obedient Servant U. S. KAUFMAN P. S. Semi-weekly mail has jnst been or- dered from Mansfield to Clarksville. D. S. K. THREE MONTHS' EXTRA PAY FOll THE rVR M T. Sue. K 3...1 7.- .' f..h.v ..l..( Tl.t tKrt officers non-commissioned officers niici- jt iiia ist f. ri(w c.j;tiifct.t iiiui iiiiv ans and'privatcs engaged m the military ser- vice ofthe United Slates in the wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1848

-- l i. -- -. II ''l.tmiiaU. .m.itrr..i..inM.MUULll'J I !- T..L I I II 1 1 1 ligUyWUJOJftjaki.Ummi I 1fP.IT I IHllJmjM.A.LJimumiUUIXJ.iJ'Jll.iaFJIJJl.I.aii. .nn jiiii . CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHAM OUR B.VXXKIt BRAVE THE BUKCZETHE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. To the House of Rcjn-cscnlalivcs of the United Slates: When the President has given his official sanction to a bill which has passed Congress usjgc requires that hi shall notify the House in which it originated of that fact. The mode of giving this notification has been by an oral message dcli ercd by his private secretary. Having this day approved and signed an act entitled "An act to establish the tentori al government of Oregon" I deem it proper under the existing circumstances to com- municate the fact in a moi e solemn form. The decplj -interesting and protracted dis- cussions which have taken place in both houses of Congress and the absorbing inter- est which the subject has e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1848

.vfyjii m.iuiLj.i.ttin.H; JV Killmoic Adams. Giddings and Slade December 31 IS?). Mr. Coleri moved to suspend the rules to "LD '"""" .. ' .... .... ' ofler a resolution that all nholition petitions I ..... i.. i.:l ihn ml.ln ' tST Ktao o cud the rules iiieJjouscici.s i rlSmO. Butler ' yF.l.m-0 Ada. Giddmgs -Iinm.lO&'d .1.: V-"--" rules for the innpo-c ot oHeiing i'ic rcsoiu i . . " ' . .J . J . . ' . ' ' . ..-- 'I'l.pl in this libel noon his coiintiy and upon bil lion sub.n.ttcc. b hun on 3 H. w - IIlat and u hi app.obal.on ofa &:!ne ...11- Houscicfuscd to suspend the rules lea. -( t0 bulc - 1C ca.tam am fc5 . passengers! T 1 1 -I il 1 a J Sl 11 1 I - ;. Mr. Lincoln presented suitdiy petition praving tor the abolition of slav eiy and the slave tunic in the Uistnct of Columbia and in the territories of the United Mates. Mr. Cave Johnson moved to 1 1 the ques- tion of icception on the (able decided in the alTirativc. Vcas. I.J1; nays 0:?. Tens William O. Butler. .V.iis Fillmoi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1848

w 5 -will Tcficct a moment will perceive tlic great value io n at that time of Euch friendlyscrvicc and the entire generosity and disinterestedness of it. Neat we behold him in the canvass of Ml when Mr. Clav and Mr. A'an Iluren 1oth afraid of the North. ern influence opposed our admission we boh Cass decidedly and explicitly taking groua favcr. Nat we behold liim in the prose the War which grew out of that annexation was emphatically a Texas war acting as the representative of the Administration in the in carrying out energetically and promptly all the measures necessary to its honorable prosecution. Next and a.s connected with our local interests wc shall mention another claim more particularly because it has been handled by those ignorant of the position of Gen. Cass to his injury: that it is to his energetic recommendation as Secretary of War that we owe the first cleaning out of the Haft in Rod liiver. The project had been conidered by the ad- ministration and decided against a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 October 1848

BUTLER AND MONTEREY. B- I". A. DL'ttlVAGE. The trampct of war hath hushed its nolc Mute is the dreadful cannon's throat N-i more wl.eie hostile burners float Our iron batlcnes phv; Yet inomorv punts those scenes again The deadly strife of desperate men. The shouts that rent the welkin when Our Butler charge 1 at Monterey. Huzza! huzza' for freedom's right. For freedom's might that won the day lir freedom's soils that faced the guns When Butler charged at Monterey. Ah! fierce the conflict in that hour Incessant fell the leaden shower But not a man was teen to cower On that eienlful da ; And through the streets with hie blood wet Where many a heart its death doom nu-t S.iept on the northern bayonet By Butler led at Monteiey. "Huzza' huzza' etc. "With shining laurels on his brow. Achieve.! ask c cry soldier how The chief returns l.i triumph now From toil and battle ira; His sword has iound a welcome sheath His footsteps sock his name heath And we 11 bestow acme wreath On him w ho charg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1848

' " "" ! . i ...-....! ). . mwcpmi ...... i n.t.i in. .-. CHARLES DE MORSE Z.OVG SHALL OUR E.1XXER BRAVE THE BltJJEZE THE STANDARD OP THE TREE. EDITOR &. PRbPRfETOR. VOL. 6. CLARKSVILLE RED ItlVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 184 8. NO. 28. HU..!' JJ.J.UJ..-JfTT. ! BY AUTHORITY. Acts and Resolutions passed at the first Session ol tlie TIiirti.'"""rii"-'"?''H'-" .-iuun etli Congress. Pcclic No. 85. AN ACT for dividing the Slate of Georgia into two judicial districts and organizing and establishing an additional district court of the United States with circuit court powers and jurisdiction. Ee it enacted by th; Senate and House of Represen- tatives of the United Slates of America in Congress cssimlkd That the State of Georgia shall be and the same is hereby diided into tuo judicial districts in manner following to wit. the counties of Harm Talbot 'Upson Monroe Jones Putnam Hancock Warren Columbia and all the counties in said State south of them shall compose one district to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1848

JHUMiujjyLJXM.ia'1"'" ""wij't ii-UJB'iltJUJmj'MUiga HUMT'CALIFOIINIA. The Gold Fever and Gold Regi- on &c. Condition of HEexico The Union notices the arrival in Wash- ington on Saturday evening from Californiu of Mr. lid ward Fitzcrald Beale (the grand- son of Commodore Truxton.) a passed mid- shipman. He is just from Commodore Jones' sqtiadron nnd he has performed the most rnpid5-Jourti"y that has ever bcuj known from the Pacific to Washington. The Union says: lie left Commodore Jones at La Paz on the 1st of August came by Mazatlan and arrived at the port of San Bias on the 10th and nushed his wav bv horses and mules across the country to the city of Mexico where he arrived on the 17th. He was de- tained by Mr. Clifford three days for des- patches and in 4S horns passed from Mexi- co to Vera Cruz about 275 miles sleeping not more than ten minutes at a time. From Vera Cruz he sailed to Mobile and arrived here on Saturday evening. Mr. Beale crossed from the Pacific at San Bias to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1848

aB.i4MM.'i4jju-jLL-.iigg?irs the signature of Bob to w horn or which ow- ing to the animal it would seem from the tenor and effect of thai chaste pioduction wo gave offence in this that wc did not notice "that some of the Whigs at hast tccrc absent" meaning I suppose himself. Now w e did not Know that it was necessary lor all to he pres- ent in order for their selection of a champ- ion nor that Bob was the exclusive defender of the faith in this region. But since he is wc regret cry much he was not present. No doubt he would hac acted the part of Goldsmith's Countiy School Master 'With words oflearncd length and thundering sound ile amazed the gazing rustics ranged around. Sail they gazed and vet the wonder grew Tint on j s:n ill head should carry all he knew ." Perhaps howccr it was not so "unfoi- tunatc" for Bob as at the time ho imagin- ed unless his "prompter" had also been at hand as that beautiful structure so inoppor- tunely "wrecked" at Claiksillc was pro- sen cd a few weeks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1848

. i i i auMi- u mamma nnMJim -nnTHFrj " ' . ... . M. GREENWOOD J. II. HEALD T. E. ADAMS. ONLY THIS ONCE. BY MRS. SIGOUlSEY. "Only this once;" llie nine cnp glowed AH sparkling with its ruby ray The bacchanalian revel flowed And folly made ihc madness gay. Then he so oft to deeply warned The sway of conscience rashly spurned His promise cfrepentap.ee scormd Acd coward like to guilt returned. "O.x'ly this osce;' the talc is told. He wildly quaffed the poisonous tide; With more than Esau's frenzy sold The birth-right of his soul and died. I do not say that breath forsook The clay and left his pulses dead But reason in her empire shook. And all the l.fe of life was fled. Then angel eyes with pity wept When he whom virtue fain would save His sacred tow so f.ilscly kept. And strangely chose a drunkard's grave. "Oxlt Tins oscc." Beware! beware! Gaze not upon the blushing w me; Repel temptation's siren snare And prayerful seek for strength divine. From ihc St. Louis Rcrciik. THE COQUETTE. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1848

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHARLES DE MORSE I.OXG SHALL OUR B IXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDAW) Or THE TREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. y o c t r li Fiom the Delia. SING ME THAT SWEET SONG AGAIN. IIV TIIL0D0K1. 1. COLLI). "To leave an echo lint might seem The aerial music of a dream." Oh sing that little song again' The song you saner when lastwc met; Some echoes of its pleasmr strain Arc lingering in my spirit yet As when at night the moonlit lake Is wakened from us passu c sleeping And it wav cs ia music break Shoreward by the breezes sweeping So thy song a soft commotion Wakes on memory's silent shore And recollection's spirit ocean Moves its sleeping tides once more Then siii that little sung again: 1 Iotc to drink Us cadence in Oh there's a magic in its strain Ilicli treasure from the past to win' Dcarfaces rise before my iev With bright eyes fondly on mc gazing And scenes that in the past I knew "When joy fill thoughts were ever raising What though fleeting he the vis.on B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1848

Drought. Wc learn from the Austin Democrat that trfe drought in that section has been of longer Juration than any that has occurred since 1812. 'The earth is literally parched and the vegetation on all sides is either dead or dying.' This drought appears to hae extended throughout the whom un- dulating region west of the Brazos. On the upper waters of the Trinity and its tributaries timely rains have fallen and the pasturage is excellent. The Brazos rose scieral feet about eight days ago; we hope this is an indication that rains will soon iit this section. Telegraph. Eppes the murderer of Mr. Muir.has been sentenced to be banged on the Zina i)c cember next. SAI-E OF LAXD IN HARRSION COUNTY. I will offer to the higher and best bidder for cash on the first Tuesday in December next seven hun- dred and eighty acres of land the undivided inter- cut of J. B.Dciitoii deceased in a half league survey made upon a certificate issued to the heir of Alex- ander Johnson situated in the county of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1848

CHARLES DE MORSE. J.OXG SIIATX OCR B.1XSER KRAVi; TUB HUEEZUTIIE STASD.IKD or TUT. ritKI EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. JOU.'lfiUm!.I.U.t J jJL JM'lJJiUUiJ.-ii CLARKSVILLE RED 11 1 V E II COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2r ISIS. i mi iiii ii ii i ii 111 i i i wnimi ii mil IV O. 30. EinST3cr.93Trffl7r'cmE"OTSTrr !i!!i L.5AM5: f J o c t r ii . LEGEND OF THE KILKENNY CATS. PROGRESS OF THE CHOLERA- ! The cholera moves westwnid nilli i!s old erratic jiace hut steady and icinnrselcss I Set nn:I ESesolufiostK i the iivsi Session I C'JEl C'OHflTtVs!. Tiajji'.!JJ.Jrjg:ggsjgrrrEarT7r ... I T. .. rooms anil lour for ciisrcilauecus items -Wiv-five lnl on sales liose to lars. Ii -bmc No. 01. OTlyim she was an Irishman as Very well was Pgress. uur Having u ne-.c- is .m v" " Known only a question of time. It may be this tall ; t .1 i. 1: 1 I 1 T..1. -. I .1... 1:. ...1 ...ii' iit l.o u.it.l ?iiri.lni .."thrill ! - - i AN -V( I making appropriations tur the civil and there all alone j should fay ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1848

.'JUU'JIJ- 1J.I. U IJ....J.JJJ1LLUIJJ1.J.'- Foi compensation ofthu Commissioner of Public. Huilding in Washington two thou- sand dollars. Fur compensation m four assistants draw grounds; for suitable trees for plaining nur- J hereafter receive one hundred dollars each 'streets and avenues; Pror'nhd That all proposals it shall be the duty of said Sccrc- scry seventeen thousand four hundred and per annum instead of the sum they now rc-!suc" work be done by contract to the lowest Mary to enter into a contract with the lowest ninety -seven uouars anu niry cents ccivc and that thev shall nnrfnrm ihn Aii;' responsible bidder or bidders alter niriri" resnnnsilile liiH.li- - i.M.inm iKr i.. i:..i. .:.... I .... 1. ....:..-...... f.rn. il.e '. ..c 1. .. . .' . .. .. ."... c- o ........... ...... ...v... . .-. ;;... i..K 1 uiiig;ia .... m.n ui ii.riiicu i iv their clei k without nnv ad- mirty nays puunc notice in sucn newspapers smiVl.'VQ m.Tirni tpi imc in foreign countries seventy five thou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1848

f MM I u Mull nil III 1.1 .L.U Ug--OV now fullow. It icUius within our own bounds the most of the expenditure w hich is iadc it will allow of the crop being shipped v ith hs delay than by steam boats and per consequence in our obtaining better prices Another result will be that steam- boat owners and Ciptaias who are disponed to cx- tnrt upon the necessities of our local situitio.i will find themselves pow criers and will be cry apt to become more rea-o.inblc m 'heir demands. We arc gladtokl.ow that the Louse of C. C. Alexander & Co. tic of tl rfiM of our commerci- al establishments has alreadj commenced operations in this plan ami w :il -hip all its cotton by f.al iHUth. tltiTio ll.euir.is. Cvss. TvTI.oK. Fam.in 21." SS Lainir "" 1?fi Redilivcr 3'".!) 1?"' ll.rv.tf 1-2- "I 'I'm.- aw l-' II .rrison :tsl 303 Trut.s -JJ'I -"' tsaltine '.parlu!) Hit "-3 San Augustin- -3J 0 Nacogdoches 203 00 Huntsville 1152 83 Houston Citv 330 195 I'incimiiti tl 29 Fanthorps 123 3 1 Montgomery 99 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1848

Iiya jKiiaLLLg'Liix . tm imlm-ml. inii u urn juH.a -'jam Lj-'jauJi tf.'M'mnjtiimiuijaj-mjvi .i.i 1 1 hwimhi -;-- win.. uu h. Gens. TAYLOR HUSK and HENDERSON. Cr.ocKr.TT ITlli. Oct. 1313. Mr. W Richard-am KJilor G'aV. blan .Vt im : bee I or that some slmmrful ttlvocitics hare beat uy.f-j had the pleasure of his acquaintance. In Iraicd Bv Tiikm since the capitulation of the hs official communication dated 2Dih March! torn. One company ol Texas foot volunteer I35 which 1IlbIishcd 1B decar. which has rendered excellent service in the' .. . n. . ' ' campaign is now on the march to Conwrgo . c Ilc "' lcxanJ arc iiicflicicnt &c. In ihfin i.riiis mustered out of service. It is his communication to the War Department. Sir Your ptti of the "3d in-t. has just 1i1PI11i neccs-iuv to station a small force at ! dmed IHili .limn iat7 nnm vm.rni'im- tl... .en placed in mv hand. It contain a let-j ior.j 0n the oa-tbank of the Hio Gianue : r. . ( '. . . . . t rfromW Taylor l Mr. Samuel Verier W "p...

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