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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 June 1860

Scrofula, or King's Evil, fe & constitutional disease, a corruption of tho Wood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it fccrvades the whole body, and nmy burst out m disease on any part of it. !No vqpvi n free- from its attacks, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial disease, low living disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth, and filthy habits, the depressing ?ices, and, aboyo nil, by tlie venereal infection. Whatever be Us origin, it is hereditary in the constitution, descending ' from parents to children unto the third ana fourth generation;" indeed, it seems to he the rod of Uim who says, " I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." Its effects commence by deposition from the fciiwd of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tuton-Ics ; in the glands, swellings ; and on tho Mirfacc, eruptions or sor...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 June 1860

im 3cD0tcir- to politics, literature, Agriculture, Stitxxtc, iiloraliti), auir cncral Jutdliqcntt. VOL 10. STROUDSBUKG, MONK0E COUNTY, PA. JUNE 28, i860. NO. 25. Published hY Theodore ScIlOch. terms. Two dollars per annum in ndvancc Tw o dollnrs and a quarter, half yearly-and if not paid be- lore mc cnu 01 inc year, two dollars and a nan. lo papers monunuca unui all arrearages aiepaiu, except, at t!ic option of the Editor. cine or three insertions, $1 00. Each mMilional mser- ten. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. j: ! ICrA'lvertiscmcnts of onosquarc (ten lines) or icss JOB PR-rffTIiYG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or tiamcntal Type, w e are prepared to execute every do scription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Jsotes. Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other IHanks, Pamphlets. prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. j. o Duckworth. john UAVN rVn tiniiialrv nonlrrs. TVTTPKWOTRTR UAYN jjuoivvv wrvxxi A1 i wholesale deallus in G...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 June 1860

gl)c 2cffcrsonian. 4 THURSDAY, JUKE 23, 18C0. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICP. PRESIDENT, Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G. Curtail, OF CENTER COUNTY. SST Tbe Stroudsburg Cornet Band have beeo engaged to furnish the mrndc for the celebration of the 4th of July, at Bufihkill, Pike county, Pa. Col. S."C. Burnet, of this place, has consented to be present and dolitcr the oration ZF The Democracy havo done it.- Thoy have ripped themselves up from stein (o stem in regular Japeneso style. The chief difference if, however, that the of the Janeneso eaves their - -rr'-e r property from conOscation, but tho rip ping up which the harmonious Dcmoera oy hsve just dono to thcmrclvcs, utterly and irretrievably confiscates all tho sour ces of the publio plunder that they have been fattening upon, and reveling in for tho last eight years. The Charleston Convention which ad journed to meet nt Baltimore on the ISth of June, met according to adjournment, and a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 June 1860

PILES! FILES'! PILES!!! What is ill How Cured? Thousands of persons have Piles surfer for years with the disease yet few Know what it is. or how it is cured. Every case of Piles, whether manifested in the form of external tumors, frequent bleedings, or in violent itching and irritation, depends essen tiallv upon congestion of the abdominal ven ous circulation. This produces the engorge ment, dilation of the veins, formation of tu mors, hemorrhages, pain and. suffering; and the disease can only be fundamentally cured "by medicines which, taken internally, relieve this venous congestion. Hence ointments, washes, and even injections, arc so lneuectu Humphreys' Homeopathic Pile Spacific, a simple sugar pill, taken two or three times ner day, cures the discease by curing the .... .. .1. .1: 1 1 condition upon mcu me uiscat-e ucpenos. Hundreds have been cured by it, even of the most obstinate cases. All will be promptly benefited by it. Price, 50 cents a box. N. B. A full set of Humphreys...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 June 1860

Scrofula, or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood by which this fluid becomes Titiatcd, weak,' and poor. Being irt the circrdation, it pervade tlic whole body, and may burst out m disease on anv part of it. "No organ is free from its attacks, nor is thcro one winch it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused bv mercurial disuse, low Imne, disordered or unhcalthr food, impure air, filth, and filthy habits, tlic depressing view, and, above all, by the venereal infection. Whatever be its onjym. it i hereditary in tlie constitution, descending: " from parents to children unto the third and fourth ireiicmtioil ; " indeed, it seems to he the rod of Uim who says, ' I will visit the iniquities of the fathers ujwn" their children." Its efforts commence by deposition from the Mood of corrupt or uleeious matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is teimcd tubetdcs-; in the glands, swellings ; and on the Mirface, eruption or orcs. T...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 July 1860

"-L'lL - MMMMMMjaMMMMMMMgMM II HIT mTmU IHTM gMBQWMaKMta MBMw i 1 T ' ' 1,1 ' ,M , - - . - Urootcir to politics, literature, mgrintltttrc, Srinuc, iHoralitj), anir citcral Intelligence, i II - - VOL 19. , STROUDSBUEG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. JULY 28, i860. NO. 2G, Published by Theodore Schoeli. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. lCPAdvertisemenls of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $100. Each additional inscr ton. 2j cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRfNTIIVG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namentalTypc, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices, Leg-.il and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &o., prin led with neatucss and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. The Power...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 July 1860

Sijc Scffcysonicm. THURSDAY, JULY 12. 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew GK Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. Lincoln, Hamlin and Curlia ' MEETING. ST" All persons favorablo to the elec tion of Lincolu and Hauiliu to the Prot-i-dencj and Vice Presidency, and Curtin, Goreruor, arc requested to meet in the Court House, on next Monday evening, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of taking the necessary measures in order to toe tor mation of a Lincoln & Hamlin Club. Turn out friends Only Mty Cents! Wo will send a copy of the " JEFFER soman" froai this date, July 11th, until the 29th of November, for the tiifiing sum of Fifty Cents, to all those who are not subscribers to the paper. Let the friends of the cause we advo cate make up clubs at oucc. The Fourth at Sushkill. The la-Jies fair at Bushkill appears to have be.cn quite a success. An immense crowd was proeent from the surrouudiug country, and probably not...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 July 1860

'V , ' ' i :ThevCrops. : Michigan. The wheat crop is very light, and unless it fills better than com mon, we cannot cot over three-fourths of a crop. Com has a good color, but is amall for the timo of yoar. Uats are ve ry light, and unlesB wc have rain before long, we shall not get over two-thirds of a crop, and, in short, all ot our crops are injured more or less by the drought. Detroit Adverlistr. Illinois. A correspondent writes from Carbondale, 111., that "there is a great di versity in wheat Gelds in So.uthcrn Illi nois now being harvested. Tho berry is excellent, the heads full of grain, but the stand is generally very light. There will bo, however, a full half crop of excellent wheat. Uorn looks well. Tho peach and apple trees are full of fruit. Ohio. Ohio has every reason to be eat isfied with her agricultural prospects this year, it wo may credit that ecscelleut au thoritv. the Ohio Farmer. The wheat harvest is earlier than usual, and tbo av erage and aggregate yield will d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 July 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL FOK YOUNG LADIES, Stroudsburg Fmale Seminery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S3. MILLER: Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars: For nil the English branches usually taught m seminaries oi me nrst grade, and Latin : 4, per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, S per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. i'nsiei minims'. Monochromatic, 4 Material furnished Leather Work 4 l Six nnnils will he received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charjre of al 200, nor year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, u desired. Half nivment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re niainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or dny-schulars, excepting in case of sickness, or bv special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the Eession, and charged from the time when they commence, OCT" T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 July 1860

flizvotcb to $0litics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iKoralitu, anir ncral intelligence. VOL 10. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 1S60. NO. 27. Published by Theodore Schoch. 'nd the w?3 a 8tj;Vfe 38 10 who should terms.-two dollars per annum in advance-Tuo' be the Captain. . There was a tall pom- dollars and a quarter, half yearlyandif not paid be-1 pons fellow ID toe neighborhood, glorying fore the end of Hie year. Two dollars and a half. , ft -;i;,n ,;fiA r i(m;..ii i papers dUcontinued until all arrearages are paid, , W the military title of 'Major 'who except at the option of the Editor. , 'was very anxious for the Dew office, and lErAavertisements 01 one square (ten uncsjorn., . o.ic or three insertions, $100. Each additional mser-: Son. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. SOS PRfWTIWG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or iiuniental Type, ie are prepared to execute every de scription of - Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices, Leg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 July 1860

l)c jfrffcvsimian. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1860. WB , M , nmii in ii mii i ii imjMMi 1 1 ijRiBimj.i Jgwirij FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OP ILLINOIS. 1 FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. Only Fifty Gents! ' Wo will send a copy of tho 41 Jeffer SOMAN" from tbis date, July 11th, unti the 20th of November, for the trifling sum of Fifty Gents, to all those who are not snbsoribers to the paper. Let the friends of tho cause wo advo cate make up olubs at onoo. GRAM) RALLY OF THE FRIENDS OF Lincoln, Hamlin and Curtin lit (he Thirteenth Congressional District. The citizens of the Counties composing tie Thirteenth Con 'reBsional District friendly to the election of the above nam ed nominees, are invited to assemble id MASS MEETING, AT STROUDSBUKG, in the County of Monroe, on Tuesday, the 14th of August, I860 at two o'clock P. M , to organize for the coming Campaign. RHy in your Btrengtb to the support of your excellent and worth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 July 1860

fi6W TO. QET.BlCHi &Y TBS 'BARD OF THE EASTON fa ALL OF FASHION. At this period when the cry is; " -Times are very hard, indeed ! -'r, Twould be charily to offer -To some men what more they need.-. Some advice as to the method By which money may be made; And when purses are replenished, How therein it may be stayed. A few plain rules, Poor Richard gave.once, Willi if followed out each day, 4 To a competence, believe me, ' ?'.-: Surely lead you on the way. :T ; Let industry be, in whatever Work you undertake, your guide; With industry, let honesty, In all pursuits, walk side by side, 'g r Don't indulge in dainties ever,- , Though denial cost you pain, If, by doing so, you cannot ' vJ r Save one penny of clear gain. Calculate all costs beforehandj Husband health and strength the while, (And procure your garments always From the store of R. C. Pyle.). (gj- The handsomest assortment of Ready Made Clothing and piece goods ever seen in Baston is now on exhibition, at Pyle's Great East...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 July 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Scminery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: Mrs, J. E MILLER tenchcr of Music. The year to be divided into four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For doy scholars ; For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries ol the hrst grade, and Latin S'l, per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. " on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting-, So) 4 VMa 4 Monochromatic, aterial furnished. Leather Work Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as hoarders, sit a charge of .--!- r 1 I. I 3S:uu, per year, tor .Hoarding, wasiiiug. ajiu tuition in all tho English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar dinrr or dav-scholars. excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement Pupils received at any time during the session, and charged from tne ti...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 July 1860

N"Wll--wW , - - ; fc ,i!Oi.,i molt iv r.-n-' &Mb,i mm MMii ii mmlmUm fiiiim ' nJ f i is w.ivla ,s Piibl isbed by Kieodorcv Schoch; TERMS. Two dotl.s'pqr'nnrlurrinltfinc(71-TMdj dollars and a quarter, half vearlv mul if not puid be- natfinilboniiunucd until alt arrearaaas are raid, ex.cpi at the option of the Editor. - - 'C2 VJ vortuniauts of- mc rq wire tcn.Unos) or Jw?, o ic tirtlirtc iusert'uns, $1 00' Euch 'adtliffoiul m?c'i- on.2jcents. I.-oDgcr-pfics in propoftiun. ex-.cpt at the option of the Editor, . Havihff n cenfinll assort rncnt.of iLirge.plain iand- or namenul.Tpe, w? are prepared lo cxocute.c,very do scrip'tibh dr nlll ! tiircniars. mil iiaus, nuics Dlank "Receipt-; T..e!,n.e. i.ptfTiriinuoiiier iuui!tifj ?-.,ipi . .. t.-. i.i- . - . T 7Pli TVvitl neatiiess and desp-itch on roasTutublc terms attliisbflioe. 1 " " ' " CAMPAIGN SONG;: BY-TUE GREAT UNKNOWN 0 HurraL! Hurrahl .irurrah! Beneath, bis blos the Locos quail, . :v Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrahl HeMUmauMhem just as sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 July 1860

(!)c 2cffcrscmicm. 'THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. , - v.FO.R VICE PRESIDENT, nSannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR Son. Andrew G-. Curtis., OF CENTER COUNTY. Wo will send a copy of the Jefpeu SOMAN" from this date, July 11th, unti the 29th of November, for the trifling sam of Fifty Cents, to all those who are not subscribers to the paper. Let the friends of the cauio we advo cntc make up clubs at once. GRAM) RALLY OF TI1E FRIENDS OF Hamlin and uncoin, hi the Thirteenth Coimrcssioual District. The citizens of the Counties composing tkewrbiftecnth Consreflsional District friendly to the clectiou of the above nam ed nomiuccp, are invited to aescinblo MASS MEETING, AT STROUDSBUEG, in the County of Monroe, on in Tuesday, the 14th of August, 1860 at two o'clock P. M , to organizo for the coming Ganjpaigu. Rnlly in your t-trength to the support of your excellent and worthy Candidate!. Rally in your might to advocate the Pro tection of American Ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 July 1860

i THEfBACHELOR. r v W . ' i i nv THE DARD OF THE'E ASTON HALL OF FASHION, ' . ... , jF The' Bachelor, 'in. spite of Ins boasting Iriends, Is.a : miserable fellow .at least; And Tut for Ills jeers at old maidism, We'd cheerfully let him rest. He-boasts of his freedom from wifely thrall, And' laughs at connubial chains, And blesses his stars he has none of the cares Of .which the staid married man complains. But-a! I the while he. is a greater elave, . Health, pleasures and" appetites sway, For 'without their exictement the evening is dull And -drearily passes the day. His rooms, for- a home the old bachelor has none, Are "quare looking places,,! ween Tobacco,- ciga'rs, perfumesbooks and clothes, Promiscuously jningSed, are seen. He comes down to breakfast, "when Morpheus uuiua 11 1 in TooMoh'g in her soothing embrace, T6'par'ta.ke of cold coffee, and, still worse, to meet A. frown on his landlady's face. Tho' lie .tastes not of food, no one cares e'er to' ask The old bachelor the sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 July 1860

J inn irin TOR' YOUNG LADIES. , Stroudsburg Female Scstinery Under tiic care of l ho Rev. J. E. MILLER and -Mies M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. MILLER teacher of Music. The .year to be diiidcd into four terms ol II weeks each. TERMS. For ilny scholar? : For'all the 13nglishfcrnnch.es usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin: S'l, per Session. French, ?o. Music on the P'mno, - 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lemons. Pnstel Painting, $5 Monochromatic, 4 V Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will he received into the family of the Principal as hoarders, at a charge of S200, per veur, for Hoarding wnsliinjr. and fuilion in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Hulf payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either bour- fliniT nr i!u v-snlmlnrs. executing in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at ny time during, the session, and charged from the time when th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 August 1860

T Wtvotch to fltolitirs, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitt), axxh ncral Intelligence. VOL 19. STROUDSBUKG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 2, IS60, NO. 29. - MMWMWI'IMII I illJMJW MwgllBMIW I wgWI linn iiillll m Published by Theodore Sehoch. dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Tw o No papers discontinued until all arrearages'ate paid, S tnc or inree insertions, $i uu. acn auuiiioiuu unci- - I - . .rnn - m . I I -. 1 " . - " . . ten. 35 cents. Longer ones in nrnnortion. r,w,.. Having a general assortment of large, plain ana or imont.it Tvnu. w a !irn nrenared to execute every de namenUl -scnption ,--- !' Card Justices, ted at tin audidatcsi Shall Douglas or Lincoln be Supported ? speech op THE HOK.JOHN HICKMAN. Delivered in Concert Bhll Philadelphia, on Tuesday Evening, Juli24tt 18G0. sa A iKTfri'X? 7T WlT WfG- J " luab l'uoau wuo auppoHo iney may, luiers anu vagronis, ior ino reason inai eiuuiion oi ttoe United Otates, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 August 1860

anondangcrcd Uuionfaithout announcing the means by which it ban be saved. Lut us not bo deouivedl There arc but two doetrines between whioh wo can choose when we come to deposit our bol lgt. One is that the Constitution favor Slavery as fully as Freedom; that neith er ha advantage over the other; that they .01 ut travel together and exist to gether, under equal protection uu'til the Tenitory shall be clothed with Stato tov creignty, and that both alike are nation al. Tne other id, that the Constitution treat- Slavery as -a local municipal iusli tution; docs uot give to it a single attri buto of nationality; that it has uot an e qunl status with Freedom; and that it extension is to bo discouraged. How snail we act between these opposing views? I answer the inquiry! Our la boring clasea deserye all the encourrge meut and protection we can givo theui; Southern statesmen regard them as white slave": let us uot surrender them to such mercies ns the owners of chattel labor would extend to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 August 1860

Protection of Brickwork. Xpo penetration 01 miosturo inrougu the anrlaco oi oncKworK maj De oDviaiuu hv the following simple remedy: tbreo- quarters of a pound of mottled soap are to bo dissolved in one gallon of boiling water, and the hot solution spread Bteadi- U with a flat brush, over, the outer aur- face ol luo brickwork, taKing care mai u docs not lather; this is to be allowed to dry for twenty-four hours, wncn a solu- tioa formed or a quarter or a pound ol m. i n m riiicnirnn in rirn frnimns ni vnrnr k .,.....- -. i- to DO appneu in a fiaiuar manner over tho coating ol goap l ho operation ouiu ocpcnormea in ury, scmeu wcatu. cr. auu BuaF uuu u.mu mmuany ucaoro- pose cacu otocr, ana iorm an insoluble varnish, which the ram is nnable to peoc- tratc, ana tun cause ot dampuoaa h said io uc cucciuany rcmovcu. roomer mciuou wus BomcumuHinccuoscnocQ as, uj "-j, uw punua uuo a, 2(oyal Institute of Architects. It consists of sulphurizing oil as a vanish or paint, fend is said to impro...

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