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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1854

THE EVKNIjNG STAR PUBLISHED EYERY AFTERNOON, (OOm 8TTNDAT,) A. the Star buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenrte and. Eleventh street, By WiLLACH Sc (IOPE, f\ 01 he served to aubscriberi in the cities of Wash in ton,Geo*fe?wn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phi)a> A, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya bi weekly Amenta. To mail subscribers the s> sacription price is THREE DOLLARS AND V rrY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL L\KS for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR fc THKEE MONTHS. {jQK3i*au cofikb ohi c??. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY, NOVEMBER ?, 1854. NO. 577. TUJ^htf KLY Thu ?ictTrtbrfkmlfy and NewO?*raaI->oftuui, i.( a greater variety-oT iaiereariaf rewMat th. t * found In any other?ia pn hi idled am &uuiu*y. nui " Single copy, per annum <1 *? to ovrrva. Five copies ?f?- S ftc Ten do _ . Twenty do..........m 0Q- Cabb, urvaftlaBLT ia advabos. 0&- Single copies (In wrappers > can be procured a the counter, bnmediatpJy after (be issue of Me paper. Price?raaaa cam. roeTMaa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1854

evening star. ~wXglflN^GTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON November 6. THE AVEEKLYSTAR: AN EXCELLENT FAMILY AND WASHING TON NEWSPAPER. On? ?{ Ihe Chfapriit jn the Country. Price?Only 81.23_Pe7_Annum The Weekly Star is printed on a handsome double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on in \Y ashington, than is to be found in all the other newspapers. Its Washington news is of the earliest and most reliable character, being sel dom at fault. It has already given the Daily Star a wide reputation as the most reliable newspaper at the Capitol. In addition to its "Washington News, the Weekly Star will contain original and choice selections of Tales and Poetry, the latest and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by telegraph and otherwise, &c., &c., making it one of the best family news papers published. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in posta...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENTE. Fir* i" Vbiobtoww.?Last night a row of three or four small frame dwellings located in Uaiontown. were totally destroyed by fire. It Is supposed to have been the work of an in cendiary. There waa no possible means of extinguishing the fire, and but few of the neighbors knew any thing of it until this nnrning. Uniontown is but commenced. The land formerly belonged to Enoch Tucker, Esq , ii situated on the Maryland side of the East ern branch, and waa purchased by Messrs. F'>x. Van Hook and Dobbler, who divided it into building lots and sold to various persons, and some of them have commenced building. Trie finished buildings belong to Messrs. T W. Perkins, H. Martin, and a gentleman whose name we could not ascertain, but who lives in this city, and owned the burnt row. There is a so a smithshop standing, belonging to Lloyd Jenkins. The ramor this morning that all of I niontown. exeept two houses and a smith ihop, was burned last night, startled tho...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1854

ii RV INNING STAR. LOVE'S SPELL. BY E. ANSA "W< ep for the love that cannot change; Like srvmc nnholy spell, It hang* upon the life that loved, So vainly, anil so well." Stran2?- I should have loved the ever, Faithless. fickle as thou art; Stranger still, false one, that never Can 1 wrench the# from my heart. Scorn, like shaft shot from its quiver Which is dipped in fatal bane, And doth send death's icy shiver Through the h?ut and every vein; Lone neglect, the stern decision That thy presence bids me flee; Wrong, and hate, and cold derision; These I all have born from thee, Till my b'ow in youth's fresh hour * by clouds of grief o'ercast, And I'm with'ring like the flower 2 Over which Bweeps the simoon's blast j Vet. with every kind emotion That can move the gentle breast, With all woman's deep devotion, 2 Still my heart, (that can he blest " But while incense o'er thee breathing, Whence it only solace findi,) A-- th- <>ak the ivy wreathlnf, F.vry u-ndrill round thep twines...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1854

THE EVENING STAR I uBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) /It the Star Buildings, eorntr Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, Bf WAIi(iA?B Sc HOPS, v/ill b* served to subscriber* in th? ernes of Wash it non, G? orge?wn, Alexandria, Baltimore Phila d. ,pHia, ai dlX AND A QUART MR CENTS, paya bie weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers tb? 0 twenption price is THREB DOLLARS AND r rTY CENTS a yew in advance, TWO DOL L \RS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR k' THREE MONTHS. {&-Su*eu cofits on UNDERTAKERS, 4c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. 1 jlHB undersigned would respectfully inform hie | ' friends, acquaintances, and the public generally t at he still oonttnues to execute all orders in his j li .8 of businees in the beet manner and at the short a t notice. RKPAIEIXQ neatly and promptly executed. rVIBRALS attended to at tie shortest notice, and in the beat' ? inner. Bodies preserved in the inest perfect r.T, even in the warmest v>eather. . /i.tnkfiil for past fovcra, he w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON November 7. THE WEEKLY STAR: AN EXCELLENT FAMILY AND WASHING TON NEWSPAPER. One of the ChrnpfM in the Country* Price?Only ?1 25 Per Annum. The Weekly Star is printed on a handsome double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on in Washington, than is to be found in all the other newspapers. Its Washington news is of the earliest and most reliable character, being sel dom at fault. It has already given the Daily Star a wide reputation as the most reliable newspaper at the Capitol. In addition to its Washington News, the Weekly Star will contain original and choice selections of Tales and Poetry, the latest and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by telegraph and otherwise, &c., &c., making it one of the best family news papers published. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in postage sta...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1854

EVENING STAR. lucaZ TnFellwesce. Citt Cornells -Boird of Aldermen.-U the absence of S. H. Hill, Esq., President of the Council, acting as Major ex-officio. Mr Fitspatnok wai called to the ohair Petition of Jos Cross referred to the Com mlttee on Canals; referred. An act from the other Board for (traveling a portion of Seventh street west, was referred An act making an ^proVA^n tor ^ casual repairs in First Ward; passed. The ?xpense to be taken out of the funds of the sane ward. An set appropriating $682 25 out of tho fundi of the Fourth Ward, to make up a de ficiency of re-grading and graveling K street from Fourth to Seventh; pwsed ' The act for the relief of Corbin Baker re ferred. ' The act for the relief of C. H. Tillett, leforoT f?r the ? ?f CbM- Ed?onston, fsrrSd. f?r th" r*lief ?f P- W Dorsey' ro* fe?Jd.Mt f?r the reUef ?f J> M" Wri?ht> re" An act for taking up and re laying a gutter 8ld??f Eleventh street, referred. Jof w- Clery< c- W. Flint, John Alexander, William...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1854

EVENING STAR. heabi byiins. "My son, give me thine heart."? Prov. 23 : 96. Here n my heart?my God I give it thee ; I heird thee caH atid skv, "Not to the world, u?y child, but unto me, [ lizard arid w ill obey. Here is love's offering to my King, Winch, a glad sacrifice, I bring Here is my heart. Here is mv heart?surely the gift, though poor, My God will not despite; Vainly and long I sought to make it pure, To meet thy searching eyes; Corrupted first in Adam's tall, The stain, of sin pollute it all? My guilty heart! Here i? my heart?my heart so hard before, Now by thy jrace made meet; Yet bruised and wearied, it can only pour Its anguish at thy feet; It groans beneath the weight of sin, It sighs salvation's joy to win My mourning heart' Here is my heart?in Christ its longings end, Near to his Cros#= it draws ; It savs, "Thou art my portion, O my Friend, Thy blood my ransom was." And in the Saviour it has found What blessedness and peace abound? My trusting heart I He:e is my heart?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1854

-4ilE EVEN - -SG STAR ,V'? JtTKEY ATTKRNOON, (izoan Sunday,) |(Jk Star Buildings, earner Psnnrytvtuisa. avenue and Eleventh street, ?y WALLACH A HOPE, k be served to subscribers in the cities of Wash L*, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila kua, at SIX AND A QUAET1B CENTS, pcya t #e?kiy to the Agents. To mail subscriber! the Lenption price is THREE DOLLARS AND JfTV CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL *^3 lor SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR T H R E E MONTHS. (fty-Smsis coriss on* V UNDERTAKERS, Ac. LBLNET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. fa K andersigned would respectfully Inform hie friends, acquaintances, and the public generally t he still continues to execute all orders In ha ! ? of business in the best manner and at the ahort notiee. rz.K PA1RIMG neatly and promptly executed. fUfKRALSI attended to at ff ihortset notice, and in the best Bodies preserved in the mest perfect "even in the warmest weaU'tr. a*nkfulfor pa*t favors, he would reepectfully dt, aad will endeavor to merit a continua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WAS1IINGTQN CITY: W7D3ESDAY AFTEBNOOH.. .Fovamber 8 TIIF, V.'KEKLY STAR: AH EXCELLENT FAMILY AHD WAbHIHO TON WEWSPAPEB. Price?Only $1 23 Per Annum. The Weekly Star is printed on a handsome double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on in AV ashington, than is to be found in all the other .newspapers. Its ashington news is of the earliest and most reliable character, being sel dom at fault. It has already given the Daly Star a wide reputation as the most reliable newspaper at the Capitol. In addition to its Washington News, the Wkkkly Star will contain original and choice selections of Tales and Poetry, the latest and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by tf legraph and otherwise, &c., &c., making it one of the best, family news papers published. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in p^staee stamps. No order will be a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1854

>UCAL 1KT r XTL li# Mathimo**' csLLHSENCE. i*1 ,v .+l ?Yesterday wu a real Sta* "c, -?? way of waddings?two going off in . church, after the oapital fashion of our ^.eat grandmothers and great grandfathers. Thus the Fourth street Presbyterian church was crowded in the morning, by ladies and pntlf men in gala dress, to witness the last of linglc blessedness of W. Blair Lord, of Balti more and Louisa L. Willis, of Washington A sin ilar scene took place at Trinity church, where tbe Rev. Mr Clark united in the sweet bondi of matrimony, Henry (J. Batten, of Prince George county, Md.. and Miss Sarah C. "W ilson, of this eity. The ceremonies were jnoet impressive in both churches, each cou ple baring been made one in the most im press ve and solemn way. Wr will say nothing about tbe modest and beau iful appearance of the brides, their . blusl *9, and especially their utterance of] those awful little words. "I will." when asked that perplexing question, to '*love honor, and * thty their ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1854

KV LINING STAR. THE AGED PASTOK. Hp ?tin Is in the desk, that grave olj innn, With an eye -ii bright, though hi* clteok ta wan, \ltd hi- Ions wh;?p locks are backward rolled From his noble brow <?l" classic n.ould, And his form, though bent by weight of yeara, Somewhat of its primal beauty wears. He opens the pa?je of the Sacred Word Not a whisper, nor tow nor 1 md ia beard; Even Folly assumes a serious look. As he reade It the words of the Holy Book ; * And the thoughtless and gay grow rev'rent there, As lie open? hi? lips in fervent prayer. He stands as the grave old prophet stood, Proclaiming th e Truth and the living God Pouring reproof on the ears of i ien? VVho>e hearts are at ease in their folly and sin: W i h a challenge of guilt still nnfnreiven, To the soul unfitted, unmeet for Heaven. O, who can but honor that good old man A-? lie neareth Ins three score years and ten? W ho hath made it the work of his life to bless < >ur w. >r|d m its wo arid wickedness; F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1854

HE EVENING STAB 'ftUSHTO EVERY AFTERNOON, tMxamrt Sunday,) rTU Star buildxngt, etnMf Permsylvsrm at"nw an*i Eleventh street, By WAIiL4?fl & HOPK, be served to subecribera in tbe cih?w of Wash, j jn, George jwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila ppuAi M SIX AND A QUARTIR CENTS, paya <# weekly to the Agvnia. To mail subscribers the ?^cnpuoa price is THREiS DOLLARS AND IfTY CENTS a year in arfMnee, TWO DOL ?KS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR /THREE MONTHS. $?~Sim?i* conu on nr. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. DABLNST MAKER & UNDERTAKER. rpilR undersized would respectfully inform hi? I friend*, accaaintances, and the public generally L',: be still continues to execute all orders in hj? it of ba rinses In the beat uanner and at the short Lt notwe ftHPAIRINft neatly and promptly executed. fUlKRALS attended to at &? shortest notice, and ta foe beet riuner. Hfriiet preserve* ?n the meet perfect fit, even in the tcamest weather. kful for pest favors, he would reepeetfall and will endeavor to me...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1854

evening star. Washington city: THUKS5AY AFTiliLNOON November 9 ty A B Cwbjs, No 70 High St., Ports mouth, Va.. will famish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly every mornirg after it* issue. iy Jerkmiah Kidwell, Esq , is appointed our agen? for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly *Star, is the State of Virginia. We commend him to the kind attention of our friends. tZT W. M Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va., is prepared to f? rni*h subscribers to the Star Tfith theii pap^.i oarly every morning. Per eons wanting tho paper will be promptly at tended to by Laving their names and ad dresses with him. SP1I1IX Uf lac. fiiO^KUiU PilKrta The Union rejoices over the smashing thrashing the Fusionistshave received in New Y^rk, and conceives the paucity cf Bronson's vote to be indicative that the Hard masses are no longer to be deceived by their late leaders The Intflhgiueer indirectly indorses the act of the Hou. Francis Granger in calling a new conv...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1854

Evening star. "local intelligence. $tp**i*ti!*d?!it or Public 8cbools ? At North, tbia station seems essential to the gujsffemeot of pablio schools, and bere. in yishington. it appears about to be introdaoed i jo- An act was proposed in tbe Board of ( mmon Council, passed tbere, and in tbe j.)?rd of Aldermen was referred to tbe Com gitteeon Public Schools, who reported the )ill with an amendment. It will be acted on i; the next session. Tbe following is a oopy I*';he bill a* amended : | ?An act authorising the appointment of a ' Superintendent of Publie Schools.?Be it Eted, Ac , That from and after tbe passage bis act, and annually thereafter, on or it the first Wednesday of November, the Trustees of Public Schools shall appoint a 0 apetent person as Superintendent of Public ?ihool*. who fhall not be engaged in any c her business or calling, but to devote his taole time to the duties of said superintend ence. at a salary of fifteen hundred dollars, (payable monthly out of tbe genera...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1854

V, V i NING STAR. WHAT 18 HOMR WITHOTTT A MOTHER 1 BY ALICE RiW I BTJR.1 S." What is home wiihou' a mother, What art; all the jovs wc mwt, When her lorini; smile n<> longer OiCfti the coim K ?ur '**et? The i4ave seeir lonjr. the lights are drear, And t?in?* roils slowl. on ; And oh ! how i>w are childhood's pleasures, When her gentle caie is gone ! Thing-* we priz^ are first to vanish; Hearts we love, to pass away. And how soo t, e'en in our childhood, We brhold h??r turning gnv ; Bs eye grow- dim. her step is glow : Her joys of earth are pa-t ; ADd sometimes ere we learn to know htr. She has breathed on earth her last. Older hearts may have their sorrowa, G lefs th?t quickly die away, But a mother lost in childhood, Grievi-s the heart from day to day. We miss her kind, her wi'lin? hand, Her fond and e;;rne*t tare ; An l ?>h ! how d irk i? lif?- around n?. What is home without her th re?J Nebraska Territory.?Iron ore has been found in Platte Valley in this terri tory. On...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (iXCIPl SUNDAY,) /( the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By W A L Li AC H * HOPE, Wdl be served to subscribers in tho lines ot \\ ash ing am, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore an J Phila delpnia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly in the Ag'-nts. To mail subscriber* th? subscription once is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS i year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAK lor TVHREE MONTHS. (J^Sixsli ooriw om CERT. UNDERTAKERS, ao. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER undersigned would respectfully inform hi* A fri?nds, sc j uaintanoee, tril the public arensrall) that he still oontinue? to execute all order, in Lit L'n ? of biKinnaa La the beat nsarerar d at ^he short est notioe. RSPAIRISO nsatlv and promptly executed irUNUHALS arterled to at the shortest nctioe, ai d In the beet manner. preserr*d t'n the mat perfect man i\er, even tn the. vxxrmeri weather. ^a.atfal fcr part favors, he would resp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1854

evening star. W A SU IN G TON CITY: TODAY AFTERNOON November 10. ' A. B Owes*, No 70 High St., Ports mouth, Va., will famish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after it- issue. CW Jkrsmiah Kidwkll, Esq., is appointed our agent for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly Star, ia the State of Virginia. We commend him to the kind attention of our friends. W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per sons wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dresses with him < ? > BTIRLT C? Til^ MDRNINtt PRESS The Intelligencer has an appropriate notice of the denth of the venerable widow of Alex ander Hamilton, of whose eztreme illness we notified the Star's readers some days ago The same paper explains justly that the re cent New York election exhibits no party test there. The Uniou rejoices that the days of Harda...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1854

EVENING STAR~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Octragocs Driving ahd Sad Result, Yesterday morning, while a number of per sons wsre looking at the removal of a locomo tive on a portable railway, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and First st , a colored hackman came driving up at such a furious rate as to induce several persona to call to him to rein in his horses, but he drove on towards the crowd, careless of oonsequences. the spec tators getting out of the way as best they oould. Three boys were knocked down by the horses, and unfortunately one of them, nimed Lewis Cais Harrod, about 6 years old. was run over by the vehicle, and injured so as to en danger bis life. Yesterday, it was thought by Drs Hall and Holmead, and others, that be could not live. His brother, one of the other boys, about 8 years ^f age. narrowly escaped a like fate, and the third boy, named Harry Dougherty, was quickly seized by a son of Mr Lowry, a clerk in the Post Office Department and rescued from the wheels of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1854

? MM* Ni'NG STAR. " A PEAS TO THE^HE^ROM OF THE Air?'?Caynline of Edinboro' Town." Yr gallants of the Arctic, each tale we hpar denote* That 'ere the noble vessel sank, ye bravely saved the boat*; Bat, my hearties, did j u notiee-^tbere was surely . time to wait? Can ynu tell his ho* the gentle ones? and helpless t :uetrtwirlto' ? .-** ? ? / <? ... . There were chihkeo and fair maidens JeA shivering i .on the deck, An?l mothers with their cherished ones cioie <?nng in* to-the wtffky i ? .? j.\ . i The aged, too, a. d sick wer there?ob, tell us how it fx*, That all these helplessereaturea were swallowed by ;he sea ? ?.(t And did ye not *ra"y by ttavnv?reached forth no hand . tt> save Thos''dear ones of the country fYorti such kernel T ' tfrave ? 1 ,, * ...... Mo??uere ail lelt to perish? and?ha, ye gallant V ... '* ?" t\ " .. I ?4.A ? ^ It W ? Tie meanest o'her thing alive I'd be, than f=uch as Tnu ? ? ?... Tiif hist rv of the oc?*aii-hath many a gloomy page, R. wording scen...

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