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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 28 March 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TJIADER. THE FIIEE TltADEU. l fCilUBin Willi! B T JOO MSB & VTILLIAM CS3IAS, L Mailt ttrett, one dour from I hi norlk-wctt eorntf of tktPublitSquart, ' ! ' Turn : Two Julian per annum, if paid in advawr two dollar and fifty ccnlsif paid within itmonths and three dollars if delayed unlit the ent of thtxear, ,. . ' .? Advertisements inserted at f 1 per square f th, first insertion, and 25 cents for each nib'Ojuen. ntirtion, X liberal discount made to those wh advertise ly the year. fXj'Nu subscribers taken for a shorter period than six months. (frXj piper dlscmlinued until all arrturag, art paid, unless at the option of the editors. ry.ill co n n inications, to insure ullentiuii, must come free if postage. cixiKss cuius. Taiorniiu i. dickbt. oiiono t. rum n. Dickey fc Fisher, Attorneys and Counsellors ut Law, OTTAWA, Ills. Office on tho easl aide nf llio Public Square betwoen the Mansion House an J Oily Hotel, in tlwroon foroicrly occujiiod o a law office b...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 4 April 1845

m v.i . "1111 mm aw iiiiiSf Iff :i AL V VTWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IIISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1845. VOL. V. NO. 42. 1IETM1I1. m - - II ii Valley flhe minimi ppi. The following eloquent extract, descriptive of the extent ond resources of the great Anieiiran Valley, nJ the difficulties end lou of life attendant upon the neglect of congress to tcmove the obstructions in its rivers, is a portion of an ad Jrcss recently made by J. VV. Tibbatts, of Ky. The occasion which induced it was the presentation to Mr. T., by the commercial and river men of Cincinnati, of a splendid silver pitcher, os a tcstinonial of their appreciation of his efforts in congress to procure oppropitations for the purchaso by the government of the Louisville ond Portland canal, and for tho improvement uf the navigable waters of the west : 'Tho vast extent nnd boundless resources of the great valley of the Mississippi have been but little known abroad, and scarc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 4 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TfiADElT Ollasra, III., Frldiiy, April 4, IH43. C'nunl News. Tiicra is none. The New Yorli papers nienturn lite errivi.1 in lliat ciiy of Guv. Dvi and Mr. L". it itt, onJ have l!ie n?ws of iIib passage of iho revenue law. Tliey appear ti Uko it f.ir granted that the money will tie aJvanced for ihe toinplution of ur eausl, but ni acli n f the nindhuluereontlieaulijnci ia mentioned. Illinois bonds were srllinj at 41 a 41. tirrnil lonil. Court baa been in session at this place ainre Friday, anil will adjourn to morriw. The liusincss wss mainly uf an uniinporianl nature, ex cent to thoaa immediately interested. Tlie dele gallon from l.ee county, indicted fur biirglaiy and larceny at tha laal term of the court, have obtain . .1 .l.anim of ri-nufl la Whiteside county. 'J'he nuinlicr of new auita on the Jocket at this term in amaller than it has. been at any term fur aix yeara, tbua allowing a rapid diminution of litigation in our co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 4 April 1845

TH E OTTAWA : FREE TRADER.. Ceylon. A writer in ihe Dublin Uni versity Magazine, in alluding to emigra lion, lava : It ia iiigula. that while our colonist fly to the solitudes of Australia, or seek llie snow clad plains and gloomy tiiae-woods of Canada, they think not of the palm forests and cinnamon groves of Ceylon of an island which, if it be not. as it is pretended to be, the paradise of the past, is certainly the Eden or our day; whose fragrance is scented nine leagues off at sea; where the climaie is, over a great extent of it favorable to Europeans, and whero winter is unknown. Lnrge districts there, are fit for agriculture ; and while the cultivation of many of its pro ducts affords to emigrants of (he better class a prospect of wealth, the poorest settler may count on immediate means of subsistence. Peacocks, and jungle-fowl resembling pheasants, buffaloes, and deer, may be had for shooting; two crops of oranges may be gathered in the year, and honey is so abundant, that it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 4 April 1845

THE OTTAW A I F.R E E TlIJDAiD EH . THE FREE TRADER ;. ruai.tsnn wiit",ii J0!l.t HISE 4 WILLIAM 0S3IAJI, Ljttallc ttreet.one door from the north-went comer of lhcI'nlli(S'juarc. Ttoo dollar per annum, if paid in udcanre,7i, and ft ft n er.nti i paid within u month,, and three dollars if delved until Ike end the year. Aiotrlhtmmlo imerted ul f 1 per t'juan for tin tint interim, nnd 23 eenhfor earli ,uWrir;, ns:.liun. A liberal dincotmi mud e to tiu,e who iJucrl'ft bij lie year. (fj-.Vv f.Aicribtrs taken fr a Jiorter period than six otoliths. ejS piper dlsevttittned uulihill arrearvgure pald,unksg at the option of the editor,. tfj-.M ,co n u iiiicali'imy, la imuic uttenti'ji inn it tome free if postage ij:;sim:ss nuns. TUKOrillLVX L. IPICKtr. fiKOilGK S. Fl:ll II. DickO' V Fisher, ' Attorneys anl Counsellors ul Law, OTTAWA, Ills. O:li:oni) llio Mm of the. Public Sijimrp. lutwoen the Af.iii.ioii JIiimo and City Jf.il. ni lli;rJJin formerly occupied as a la.v oiliio by MMiri. r'arwell S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 April 1845

1 JLJUJ MJ JL m m a m mm mm mm - . TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IIISE k OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1815. VOL. V. NO. 43. ,.. nms HiPKituucoiiir. t.orsLL Kim rill el.aL. plaintiff in error, r. Awasx G. Coon, defendant in error. Error to Kmdull. BcTTr.BFiri.ii and Hoes, for tdflT, in error. LfiCKEX and Lincolx, fur dcf. in error. Citojt, Justice, delivered the oniniori of the court: Cook filed hit Mil in the I. a Sallccircuit court, under the act of 183 J, for the purpose of enforcing a mechanic' lien. The hill seta forlli a contract made between Cook Aid Kimhall, dated Juno 3J, If 38. by which Conk wm to do the millwright work of a flouring mill in a particular manner, on a specified lot in the town of Marseilles, for which he was to receive il 8C0, the one-half n the work proRresacd. It theu avcra that he had done the work according to ttic contrnct, except putting in a corn-cracker, which Kimlmll had not furnished : that ho has received f2,400 in p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE Fit EE TRAPEK. Ottawa, 111.,1'rhlPT.Ap"1 1 s3. Trimi Il.c Peoria Prn. The 4 'nn n I l.onn. VVehave juUccnl.ni-ri'(iwiUiUic. rufnioiitii(,v,,, , U" t!., y i rt- i.. I,. L.ud.d to the F'.ies a Idler, from an Iliinui bm.dl.. ! h r, tit Col. f,)f ,.,;(, u,j, ., . ,, lirl ,lt. Oakley, which gives us a very favorubbi "'I'1' j m rT.tre v( tl.cir c.,u. utuenis demanded, v.e arc ion ol tho probablo tucct i-f the mca-ure f ,,,on that honor and honesty U ralhi r at a adopted ot tho recent icsdon of our Mute h c,iIa- j ow ,.,, j corit ut it ni ' y. ture and dea'gncd to rid.ein l!ie credit of tin; , ie J-urual thinU too, that bee.-iu-ic a few ol lair and ensure the completion if the canal. 'c w,ig nfund l-i mini ly with llm "wihy Col. Oakley iiifurniH us that hia coi respondent, who i4 now in the ciiy i f .Nov Vnil., "ia a larc,e eubsciihcr to rur l.i.ai and ha j;reut i. fiuence in England liia views in relation to our canal law ic therefore en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Whitewashing Extraordinary. Tim Her. Mr. Williams give3. in one ol Ins narrative!, a laughable account of tlie tf- fect proiluccd on the natives of one of the South Sea Islands, by an attempt which he made to convert the coral of their shores into lime. After having laughed at the process of burning, which they believed to be to cook the coral for food, what was their astonishment, when, in the morning, they found the missionary's cottage glittering in the rising sun. white as snow ! They danced, they sang, they shouted, they screamed for jy. The whole island was soon in commotion, given up to wonder and cmiosity. The bon ton immediately voted the whitewash a cosmetic and a kalydor, and superlatively happy did many a swarthy coquette consider herself, could she but pnhanco her charms by a dab of the white brush. And now party spirit ran high, as it will do in more civilized countries, as to who was, or who was not entitled to preference. One parly nrged their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 April 1845

TIlErilEETIUDEU. JOIIS IIISE & WILLIAM OSS AS, LualU tlteet, one donrfnm thenorth-tvut torntr of tkt PubticS jtarr. Tl : Ta,o dollars per annum, if ' ' ''" Two dollars undfigeeuhlfpuiJ wUhm s,x mo.Mhs, and three doll '.irsifdild "e"J f the y ear. , . AjJrtiHnsmtsin.erUdat$per.Tiar,f,r th, test insertion, and 25 eenh for each subsequent ni'.rtion. A liberal discount made to those wl.o udoertisebytheyear. X?Sj subscribers taken for a shorter period than tix month. XySipawriimnCtM u'llaU arrea,aRn mr, paid, unless at the option of the editor: rtf-All crn n tnieuti'om, to insure attention, must come free of postage. BLSINESS CUIUS. raioriiux i. dicht. otoiioa . risum. Dirkt y X Fisher, Attorneys .?. Counsellors at law, OTTAWA, 111. O.Treon the eeslaidnof tbo Public Square, between lb" Mansion Home iiiiJ City Hotel, in Ihjraim formerly occupied m U office by Messrs. r'"li Ottawa, )ec. I, 1 S 13-21-lf tout r. a. ufiti. 411 II All A .'I IIOI.S. J. V. A. A A. iros Altrneui and C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 April 1845

nr II OTTAWA 11 TKABtt; TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1845. VOL. V. NO. 44. BY UISE & OSMAN. II MIAN l.ll'K. t HKV. B. TniKJIAJf. K'ot iu (ho giant Oak that flings Hii branches o'er the rocky sleep, ?Cor in the pliant shrub thut springs Unhurt from out the whirlwind's sweep : Dut in the frailest plants that rise, A typo of human life is found ; In that which buds and blossoms and dies Ere Sol completes his annuul round. TUo Spring appears in glittering green, Of buoyant youth an emblem bright, And manhood' prime, as summer sheen, , A moment glows in gems of light ; A moment glows, but soon the blast Of bleak November nips the bloom; Spring-time is gone, the summer past, And man stands trembling o'er tho tomb. Nor it alone the placo of graves Thero sleeps perhaps a bosom friend, Each liny trembling spire that waves Proclaims man's origin and end; From dust to dust, with swifi transfer, Ui'liolJ earth's teeming millions pass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. : JJl il l' KmjKZJ "JUSTICE AND QUALITY." Olliiwn, 111., Fridnv.Apill I, IMS. Cj'VVe expect to hear l y iho 12 li .f, next mouth from the bond-hMdt rs in regard to lite ritual, 'iho contract between tho state find the capitalist was signed ly tlio parties in Boutin, and sent to Europe fur llic ratification of the bondholders. The general impression is lh;it it will rcctive the Fanction f the capitalists in I.'nrope, and that llw work on the rannl will ho rexuiiicd abuut the lit of June. Abenl I'olilirnl Trader, Apostates, Ar. Th history of noted potitii-iariM nlway a nlmuiiJii in useful ami instructive lesions. From their rise, progress, and, what is so frequent, their downfall, ihaoung and inexperienced aspirant may gatber a fund of know ledge thai will enable him t run clear of many nfihc roi ka and shouls upn which atonter vessels aro often wrecked. Who, fur example, may not learn wisdom from tho history of John Tyler ! Taken, by the whig parly, from compa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. PLEASANT ftPHIXG HAS CONK AGAIN it itAAC r. iiitrAuo. The pleasant spring has come again, lis voire if in the trees, II speak from every tunny glen, It tide upon ihe breeze ! The scattered flocks are lowing Beneath each shady tree, The gentle winds are Mowing, Oil come, rejoice with me ! The pleatar.t spring ha come again, I hear thr river's roar, It sparkles, foams and Imps, as when My summer skill' it bore ! Stern wintei'a chain is rended, The Rushing fount are free, And light with water blended, Is dancing o'er (he sea ! The pleasant spring has come again, All nature'i heart in glad, The mountain rise like giant men, And smilu with beauty clad; The pretty flowers are springing In every greenwood s!nde. Their perfume round them flinging As sweet as Eden made. The pleasant spring lias coine again, The ploughman's songs arise, While woodland echoes mock, and then The thrilling cudenee dies; Tho merry birds are singing, Afar the music floats. And every vale is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. .TIlEFllEETItADEtt. riraltsHiu weekly ut JOHN HISE i WILLIAM OSMAX, Lssulle street, one door f 'mm the north-west corner of the Public juare. - , t e tt : Ttoo dollars per annum, if paid in adtanee,Two J Mar. and fift; cent, if paid withiu su. months and three dollars ifd, tijed until the end of the year. Advertisement, inserted ut 1 1 per square fur lh Crst insertion, and 23 cents for each sub.ueit insertion. A liberal discount made to those who aduertise by the ;eur. ?Stj suntribe.rs lulicn fr a shorter ptnod than six munttis. &Sj paper JisanliuucJ until all arrearage are paid, unless at the option of I he editor,. ?All commi.-ticatiun, lo insure uttentiun, mist come free if pottage. TIISOrHILU t. IftCKtr. ' OEOIIOK I. riBUEH. Dickey richer, Attorneys and Counsellors ut Law, OTTJWW, HI. Oilkeon (he east aide of the Public Square, bvtwoentho Mansion House anJ City Hotel, hi lhroo:ii formerly occupied as a law otlico by M-nt. Farwell Ac I "ii. Ott...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 April 1845

TEDS' OTTAWA Fill T TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY HISE & OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1845. VOL. V. NO. 45. Mill. 'I II B STORM. Dark wat tlio night, the winds were high, The tempest raged around The rising iiirge wont foaming by With wild and fitful sound, That seemed to breathe, as on it post, " Seamen, this night bhall bo thy lust." A little hark, ly whirlwinds tost, Was struggling with the deep, That hulf engulphing bore it down, . Then upward made it leap, Then on iu wild and fearful course Propelled it with resistless force. An hour passed by still raged the storm Willi unabated wrath, When lo! a stately form there moved Along tho watery path, Around it was a halo bright, . Reiplcndent with celestial light. " A spirit walks !" the seamen cried, . The deck they frighted fled. When quick replied a gentle voice, " 'Tin I, be not afraid." The Saviour rpnkc! the tcmpcit erased! The whirlwinds rajjed no more! And calmly rolled tho angry surg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. uch ingenious verbal exercises into a report of the character under consideration. Yd much Question if one man in a hundred lias found the key which openi the intent of the passage quoted ; and document! of th'n sort are designed to Impress public opinion aniWlluminate the masses. This style of composition is especially hard upon editors, as it i as much as they can do to read public documents forward, so voluminous have tliey become of late. To put a double labor upon thetn, and compel them to read them backwards, too, is a cruelty. It is a tyranny to force us to read such terribly long reports two ways. Insatiate Archer ! will not one suffice !" JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE tllEE-TRADER. Oil il r, III., Frl.lir,Ai SW IN 15. Hit Cituiil l.onn. The Chicago Democrat of Wednesday contains the notice for the diction, mi the 27lh of May next, at the Exchange Ihnk in Now York, of two trustees on tho part of tho subscribers to the canal loan, in accordance with the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Am Aacirat fflcsicaa Art ReiUacTrel. Judge Mackennon, of Indiana county, r., visited Uxrual at ihe time Mr. Stephens was there preparing his last book ; he brought from llience two specimens of the supposed stones composing the front of the building called the Governor's house. The whole was veneered with these apparently carved stones, six or eight inches square on their front, and fifteen inches deep. The walls faced with these speci-nens were live or six feel thick, and were of the stones of the country. The surface of these veneering stones appeared to be elegantly carved in iliflerent figures, such as represented in Stephen s and Catherwood's drawings One brought by the judge contained a figure in the form, of a cross, the angles very sharp; the other, a flower with five petals, and a small rosette in the centre. These were shown to a stone-cutter in the western part of Pennsylvania, who, suspecting they were of composition and not stone, analyzed the su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 April 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TUADEK. fubmsbkd wttm 11 JOn.V 1IISE 4 WILLIAM 0S3I.1X, L-isale street, one dour from t he north-west corner of the PablicSjuare. tiuii : Two dollart per annum, if paid i' adrniirr. Two dollars and fifty cents if ptiid within a J monlht, and three dollar if dilaycd until tiu cut, of the year. A.lec,lifment,incrl:dat$l per square f,r th, first insertion, nnd 25 eenh for each Hulupm-i uticrlioii. A liberal discount made to those whadcertist by the yrar. Xj-Xj subscribers taken for a siWtr period than tlx month. (ryXop ipcrdlsonHn fJ until all urMirngr are paid, unless at the, option if I'u editor. fj".lc7 eoot ninicaHons, to insure utUntion, mint come free ofpoi.'ogr. BIAttESS CUIUS. THKOIMIll,l'S h. DUK'.r. II I.OIIH K H. ' I Hill. II. Dirkey cV I'lolier, Attorneys and Cott.isdfors (it f.aw, 0TT.UV, Ills. Odi-eon the t-ini i.lo f tin; Public i'' between tho Mansion 11m mi l Cily in the toon formerly occupied in u lav oiico lv M ''. I'u'wcll iV Hull. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 May 1845

THE OTTAWA Ft EI TRAM TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY HISE & OSMANOTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1815. VOL. V. NO. 46. From the Portland (Me.) Gazette. TRl'Tn, NOT FICTION. BT MltS. CASS I'or tho facti of this tale there is no originality claimed. They are staled by Mrs. Child to have taken place in Missouri. The coloring is such as it is hetievrd those skeleton facts will admit. It may remind tho reader of an awful tragedy acted some years ago in Kentucky. The summer sunlight lay rich and warm over one of the most beautiful villages of the West. A handsome house stood in the outskirts, half hidden by tho magnificent forest ttees that the good taste of the first proprietor had spared, and by vines of mrri recent growth. These last crept around the door-ways, and over many of the first story windows, in the largest liberty ; their unpruned luxuriance shutting out a view of the street, and almost excluding the sunlight from tho setting roams on that side. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 May 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. out fiom ila depths. Tliey had come to ee a murderer die, why should they not manifest joy. Hut this timo the eyes of poor Clayton feared the m .not. The hangman's fingers adjusted the cord, and it was doubtful if lie knew what was doing. At any rate, he was passive. Hit weapon had but partially done its work ; perhaps he had become willing ih.it the inuhiluJc should have their desire for justice appeased. The suciilicc was done. The innocent died, and tht guilty escaped! Dtit where was Anne Morelle whilst this murder was being enacted ! It was concealed from her until it was over, and ; iK.ii. Iinr lvintif mrmiv llirciv lilf nil ctlll-I , . . I ,11 i , , , cealment. She immediately published to i ,. , .. . . , , ! ibewoilda full history t.f l.er -roiy. ; and her revengo and the community be-: held, when too late, tliat ctranitiaitui evidence may not be relied upon, and the keen eye of the law fail to discern the truo ciriminal. lint public feeling wan change...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 May 1845

Peach Tree. The Louisville Kentucky Journal gives the following seasonable hints. This is now ilie season to attend to peach trees. Remove the earth from the tree at its roots, innke a close rx;nniimioii for worms with the aid of a knife, carefully cutting in where any gum is found and as there seems to bo a hollow under the bark. When the worms, if any, are extracted, wash the whole stem of the tree with strong soap suds, when dry, apply a coating of whitewash, (in which fait has been dissolved.) around ihe stem near the root. Then make a pyramid around the tree of powdered charcoal or line coal cinders, or, in default of these, 'of sand or dirt. Two or three times during the year, remove the pyramid, examine for worms, rub the stem near the roots with a" piece of coarse cloth, to destroy all moth eggs that may have been deposited, and finally restore he pyramid. An occasional application of salt and saltpetre or wood ashes may be made, and some rely altogether on these application...

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