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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

i CUT AND DRIED. THE EIGHTH DISTRICT CONVENTION, HUNTE a HAD THINGS FIXED BY FIIiBECK. So He Just Stalked into the Hall as If He Owned It and Made His Little Speech. THE PRELIMINARIES. A GENERAL DISPOSITION TO KICK OVER THE PARTY TRACKS MASIFESTED BT REPUBLICANS OF THE R ft Ala REFORM KIND THE PRIMARIES HaVINO BEES BET UP NOTHING) COCLD BS ACCOMPLISHED. As intimated la the Sentinel of jesterday mcrnlr?, Hunter was a candidate belore the Eighth District Congressional Convention jesterday, and secured the nomination. His euccws wa3 a sweeping Yictctry over hiafoes wltbia the party fold, but the whirligig ot time will net things even as to them. They have only to await tbe verdict of th9 people to Bee the victor of yesterday vanquished. Mr. Hnctr's nomination was made over the protest of those who have led the old organiz ition on to many a successful struggle lor supremacy. They felt that the party was not s'rong enough to carry Ilnnier and his railroad bonds and stocks. But as tha pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUKE 28,187a 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITSBARY, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures' to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAK ! Titraordinarj Inducements to Agents. 25 Cents Paid fer every Kew Subscriber. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Watcb, costing 910U, to the person sending In the target list of names, with the money, during 187Ö. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent orlg lnal Oil rain tit g, elegantly trained, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine uie terms u aucu) cw. LS. AYRES&CÖ., Publishers INDIANAPOLIS MONEY AND THE MARKETS. OrriCE or thi Indianapolis Sentinel, Tuesday Evening, June 27, 1876. We are not required to chronicle any essen tial change in the Indianapolis money mar ket during the past week as compared with the week previous. It may be said, however that the tendency Is towards...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

r Sie VOIiXXV-KO. 46. STMMER RUN. From the Rochester Union and Advertiser.! X. There la no sound In Nature, When drouth has parched the plain, Like the beauts? on the shingle Of the gentle, bummer rain. There Is a manic In It, More sweet than notes of birds Or the sODg or Inlant Beamy, Wten pronouncing earliest words. XI. A de per green the rain-drops To fainting Nature lends, While over earth that miracle OfUod, the rainbow bends; The flowera tbat drooped In sunshine, " Once more lift up their heads, "While a deeper emerald carpet On the lawn lis beauty spreads. III. The poet's sweetest lyric With melodious ret ain Keeps time to gentle murmurs Woke by the bummer rain, Refreshed tta leafy forest A newer glory wear. While In the buddiDg branches Awake -Kilian airs. IT. The heart too has Its memories That wither in the droath. Until sweet song revive them With a breathing from the douth, Flowers of the soul awaken, And ope their leaves once more, Cheered by refreshing rain-drops From ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1876. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. Tbe question to be fettled in the election of this 111 la not whether one man or another shall be president, bat whether the corruptions ot the Grant administration ihall be checked. ' A Washington du?ptcn brings th.e news which Is no news, that Don Cameron Is manglng for a thorough cleaning oat of lbe subordinate offices in the war depart -merit to make room for friends who have been useful to the family la running tbe state of Pennsylvania, Oi coarse. What else was be ntr tere fort or TJDon the esnuiial part oi tne S Louis platform there can be no shadow of a dis pate between tbe East and the West, between one branch of the party and another. Tbe declaration that over shadows all other in importance, and that upon which the Üjjht of tbe campaign is to be made, is tbe arraignment of tbe corrupt and dishonest coarse of tbe present ad ministration. Tbe cause of woman t as now been granted Bortof recognition in bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

au THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JULY 5. 1876 LOCAL SENTIMENT Upon the St. Louis Candidates and Platform. SOBER SECOND THOUGHT."DISAPPOINTMENT CHASQINO TO BNTHUSI" ASM ISDIAWA WANTaD THB FIRST PLACE, BUT WILL UMTK THB PARTY BT TAKING THB SECOND GKNRRAL DESIRE THAT HENDRICKS SHOULD ACCEPT HIS SPEECH ON BEINQ SERENADED. Within the past twenty-four hours Indianapolis has undergone a revulsion of publio sentiment that is probably tbe reHex of that of tbe entire state, If not of a larger portion ot tbe West. The news of the nomination of Gov. Tilden at St. Louis lift night, though not altogether unexpected, eyen here where tbe current ot tue desire which so strongly influences opinion net in quite another direction, was a severe suook ti the friends who have so warmly and la thfully adhered to onr own candidal; but tbe ieellngs inspired by this shock are RA iI D LT SUBSIDING. One night's sleep d'd much to May tbe titter sense of disappointment caused by Haadrict' defeat. Men who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESD Ay JULY 5, 1876.' THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMO CHAT S. We tend this number ol the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who aie not subscribers; we hope all who receive it -will Interest themselves in getting tip clot. "flTe ask all our old subscribers to send B one name each. The B!ate candidates Dill soon be In the fleld, when the fight "ili; begin, in earnest. We shall endeavor to make the Sentinel interesting tnrou&beut tbexr&nvass. Below we give terms. Single copy - 81 50 Five copies ------135 Ten -copies or more - 1 25 Twenty-five copies or more - - - 1 17 FREE OF POSTAGE. A commission of fifteen per cent, will be allowed on all clubs sent in. All remittances should be made by ex press or postoffice money crder, with the name; t awn, county and state in full, and In aplain, bold hand, thereby avoiding all hancee of mistakes. Address INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL 00., Indianapolis, 1st WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. Wbayes and Heeler is the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JUTAr 5 1370. 5 - of equal calibr tf equal political sagacity anrl with an 'jltvtt innil Inllnslnnt Tt 1.4 a ticket w'jrtjjy of the centennial year. It was r.o's this section's choice, but the national, ogftdzition has made it. We propose to mind by It. Let wavering Doinocr.ta tf fleet upen their course. Will they Bj to the Independents, will bpy go to he Republicans or will they surrender their suflrige right? Lit us work. Or ganize. Kren the Evansville Courier, greenback to the bones, hair and toenails, a fat-looted bolter, comes up to the work of supporting Tilden and Ilendrlcka. LEADER Or THE ARUT OF BKTORM. Detroit Free Tress. ! In response to the Tolceof the people demanding that a candidate for president should be nominated who would be recognlzäd throughout the country as a positive and genuine reformer, the Democratic Iva'.ioDkl Convention yesterday nominated lor the highest office in the Ritt of the pec- '. ft. m,. n Bhnsa mama rieaa a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

J 6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 5. 187a THE VOICELESS. BT O..W. II OLK EH. W count the broken lyrea that rent Where the aweet walling lnnera slumber, Buto'ef their silent sister's breast The wild flowed who will atop to number, A few can touch the magio string, And noisy lam la prond to win them ; Ala! for tboe that never sing, But die with all their muslo In them. Nay, grieve not for the dead aloae Where song haa to'd tbelr heart'a tad Stcry ; Weep for the voiceless who have known The cross without the crown of glory! Vot where Lencadlan bren-s sweep O'er Sappho's memory-haunted pillow; But where the glistening night -dews weep O'er nameless sorrow's church-yard willow. 0! hearts that break and give no sign, Save whitening ilps and fading t esses, Till death pours out Its cordial wine. Slow dropped from misery 'a crushing presses . . If sii' ging breath or echoing chord -To every hidden pang were giveo. What endless m el; dies were poured, As cad as earth, as aweet as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY; JULY 5. 1876. 7 FIT'znUQH LEE. THE SOUTHERN CAVALRY LEADER DESCRIBED. HIS MILITARY. HHTORT . AHD FRESKST JATK HB WILL BCPPORT AST OF THE CANDI DATES. A reporter who stumbled through the various hotel rotundas yesterday, met twenty -fire generals and two hundred and flity colcnels bsfore dinner. As a matter of courra, mostof tbese martial gentlemen re lesser lights" In toe military firmament, while a few, "Ihoutfa not Morals nor Wellingtons, art entitled to be classed mon the illustrious headers of the war. Of thee latter Gev. Fitzuugh Le Is amorg the most eminent, lie is a grandson ot "Hebt Horse Harry," of Revolutionary fame, and a ire? hew of Gen. Kbert E. L.te. The Lcea are trtqaentlv accounted the boat blood! people in Virginia, tbe lineage tunning back through wr 3ral generations to a uoble Eogllab family. If blooded p-ople, however, are to be lodged by their superior physical appearance, Fm 3a z coald scarcely be vailed a true representati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1876

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 5. 187G CnfcAPT (fi AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY AL1TSPARV, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Pielures to every Subscriber. Subscription with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLY FJFTY Of NTS A YEAR ! Ixtraordiraiy ndncements to Agents. 25 Ctnts Paid for every New SutscTllr. FIRT PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Cace Watcb, costing lw, to the person sending In tbe largest list of names, with tbe money, during 1876. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil PaintlLg, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERY EODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine tne terms to Agents, etc. L.S. AVRE &C0.f Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. .OAlJ AND iHE MARKETS. OriTCE OF THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL, MONDAT EVENING, July 3,1878. The demand for money keeps well up with th tupply of currency at the command of the banks, and the rate of Interest is firm at 10 per cent., at which accommodations are only ex tended when s rictly prim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

lllllll v.. V VOL. XXV-KO. 47. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 187G. WHOLE NUMBEB 1860 7 LEOAL Sal8 for Street Improvement. By virtus of a certain precept tome directed, by the mayor of the city or Indianapolls, Indiana, and duly attested by the nerk of Mid city, ander tne corporate seal of said city, I will on SATURDAY, July 29, 1876, sell at public auction , at the City Coart Room, betw en the hoars of lu o'clock A. x. ana 4 o'clock p.m. of aaid day, the following described lot, or parcel of land, or ko much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the um hereinafter named as assessed against auch premises for street Improvement, and allcosu, to-wit: Lot No. four (!) in Bpann, Smith and Hammond subdivision oi C. West' addition to tbecitj ol Indianapolis, Mailon county, Indiana , owned by Hannah A. Free, agalnt -which Is aatesse d the um ol three dollars and thirty-two cents ("332) torstreetimprovement In favor of D. Koot A Co., contractors. HENRY W. TUTEWILER, City Treasurer. India...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 12 , 1876. 1S76. AT PHILADELPHIA. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. At the Cradle of American Liberty. EVARTS' ELOQUENCE. AND BAYARD TATLOB'i) WOOINO OF THE PATRIOTIC HD E PHILADELPHIA IIC A BLAZK of glory and crowded with VISITORS A BRILLIANT GALAXY OF DISTINO CI-H KD GUESTS ROYALTY. HOB'OB4 WITH DEMOCRACY. Philadelphia, July 4. The day was ushered In by the filing or a national aainte in Fairmoant Park, and by tbe ringing of tbe chimes and church beils throughout the city. At very early boar thrones of people from all sections of tne city co iura need moving towards tbe streets over which be mili ary par.de was to past), and by half pat eight those i-trefe' s were crowded to their utmost capacity. The display of buntlngon the principal stree's was simply wonderful. Hanks, s-iores public bulldingi aud private residence were all gay with ü r, .treamers and drapery. Tho military formed lu Hue on Broad 8ir-e , and commenc-d to move at half-past 8. The t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 1876 8 J t 7 Standings, and llrad the hurt of three generation. AtlMttbe dread debate escaped 11 bound of reason, and the nation in armt solved, by the appeal or var, vhtt wu too htrd tur ciiil witdom. With ocr territory unmotilated, oar contitntioo oacorropted, ax united people, in the last year of the century, crown with new dory the immortal truths of the Itoclaration of Independence by the emancipation of a race. I find then in the method and the result of the century' proxre of the nation in thi amplification -f it domala, eure promise of the duration of the tody politic. whoe growth to these vast proporMons has a yet, but laid out the ground plan of the structure. For I nod the Hai force of the free society and the people's government, here founded, hv by their own vi-or made this a natural growth. Strength and jrirnn'tr; have knit together the prest frame at Its bulk incrmed, and the spirit of the nation animate the whole: "toUmq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

S4V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 12 , 187a WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. The Snprtme ionrt domination. According to adjournment, tbe Demo cratic S:ate Central Committee met in tbia city jesterdsy evening to complete thair Inrmcr action touching the diSSatSfaction existing In regard to tbe uomlna tions for the Supreme Court. The eub committees appointed to make lnvestlga tlon of tbe charges made against the court by Republican newspaper, rtur full examination of the whole matter, in accordance with the Icsrructia At th Contra! Committee, made the report. There was nearly a full meeting of the Central Committee, and. with all tbe facta before tbem, tbey vra nahied to arrive at a harmonious c inclusion, and one which we are per suadei will be satisfactory to the Democracy ol the state, and at the aaine Um convince the whole peoplo ot this ata'e that there is a deiertninaion that the patty shall go Into the canva-s with r et eVID tbe ppramuc Ol uj wrung uumy on t b part ot any of ita...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 1876. T LFCl 4L. SHERIFF NILE L virtue of a certifiütopy offtdot-r e tome directed, from tbecJers tf the superior Court of Marlon county, I'3di4.na, in cause wherein Albert E. xletcüer is plaiDilfT aud Henry C. f-allors et al. are dVendants, requiring meto make the uoa of. ttjiee nundrei and two collars and forty Cf ots. wlih one o her Installment as provide! lor in aid decree, in lavor ot ilalntlfl. nd tbe aurn or e v n bundrtd and twenty-eight dollars and twen'y-nine centa in favor oC John V.Siory etal.,and all such other an) provtd-d in said d ree, wiib interest oa satxl dtcree and -st, I will txpote at public sale, vo the highest biUder, on SATURDAY, the 5rb day of August, A. D. 1876, between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'eirvrk v. m ot said day, at the door of the court boaseof Marion county, Indiana, the rents and profits lor a term not exceeding even sears, of the following real estate, tovit: Lot number forty-nine (49) In...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

1 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 1876. STARTLING SUICIDE. SEVEN WAYS OUT OF THE - WORbD. The Most Elaborately Planned and Executed Suicide Ever Known Since Self-Slaughter Was Invented. DEBUT IN TRAGEDY. POISON, RAZOR. PISTOL AND BOPK, .WITH FÜLL ARRANOPMBNTS FOB STABBING, ROASTING AND BOILINO BESIDES AND A MIRROR ATTACH EN T, 80 THAT HE MIGHT "OCT THE FCLI VAI.UK OF THB ENTERTAINMENT" HIM9ELF. The centennial suicide ia reported In tbe Chicago Times as having occurred at tbe Palmer House, and it took a Chicago chambermaid to discover the corpse. At about half after noon of yesterday a neat chambermaid flourished her broom and duster about the rooms that line the east extension of tbe corridor on the grand parlor flooi of the Palmer House. Her head was probably full of tbe jt lories ol tbe departed Fourtb, and having exhausted her stock of p it not Ism tbe day be .ore, pathos took its place, and indulging in gloomy views ot Ii she scarcely doped to see another centennia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 1876 AT SEA. SCENES ON SHIPBOARD. Pen Pictures of Human Nature That Our Correspondent Came in Contact With in a "V oyago across the Atlantic. LIFE IN LIVERPOOL. 'WHAT IT COSTS TO LTVB IN EUB0PBAN HOTELS mtlBAVAQASCE IX ENGLISH UVISO. , Forelga Correspondence of the Sentinel. Liverpool, Jane 20. Twelve days at ea In constant company with 40 human baingi gives a keen obnervar of human nature a broad field lor comment, especially If.eigbt days oat of twelve are foggy, when wet deka, rough sea, drencbing sails, confine all ia one loom. There is no place in the world, not even at borne, where people are o nonchalant as at ea. The eUnant young tanker will flirt desperately with the giddy gOAerness, walk toe deck, play card', and be her SUve. It a pleasant oioob bsamg he will ruh off to some remota corner of the ship and there, 'neatb a wing of cnvs, spread bis sheltering arnis around asickly eeaaietrees and wbifpir paasion in her ears. Others ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JULY 12. 1876. CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Pictures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 73; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAR I Extraordinary Inducement to Agents. 25 Ctnta Faid fer erery Hew Surwriter. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Cue Watcb, cost Ing tlOO, lo the person undin In tlie largest list of name, with the money, during 1S7Ö. SECOND PREMIUM: A. magnificent original Oll Pal n tlig, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend for spec'men copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc. LS. AYRE &"CÖ., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. ftJONEY AND THE MARKETS. OrriCEor THie Indianapolis Sentinel, Tuesday Evening, July 11, 187. For the past week the local money market has been working with more eae than has distinguished It for several weeks prevlou. Notwithstanding this feature, bankers do not report a superabundance o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1876

lie 111 Vi VOL. XXV KO. 48. INDIANAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1861 I Ii i I T . I II THE SAVAGE SIOUX. The Narrow Eac a do of a Party of Crook's Command. IN THE TOILS. THIBTV SOLDIERS 8CRR0UJJDBD BT HITS' DRED3 OF WBLL ARMKD INDIANS A SCO CKS-FÜL. BUJK CROOKS CAMP BESKT BT THB X3SMT. A dispatch to the New York Herald from Qeneral Crook's military cola ma at Ciood Peak Camp, W. T.f via Fort Fetjermact ays: A reconnoitering party of thirty persona under, the command of Second lieutenant Frederick W. S.bley, ol the Secoad cavalry, was sent from this camp on July 6 They were to observe the movements and position of the Sioux, and If possible the whereabouts of Terry. Oj the 9tb they returned on toot, a'ter a terrible ifctrea- of two nights and one day. Tbey were surrouoded by the enemy in prodigious numbers, and ouly escaped miraculously by the sacrifice of all their equipment? excepting: arms and ammunition, including thirty-one pickt-d saddle horses and two mules. Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 July 1876

? . L ; ; " ' : J ' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 187G. WEDNESDAY. JULY 19. Tne Old Man ot the öe. Haves h him, Tbe letter oc acceptance displeases Grant. Hayes bad beKer have disgruntled all the mat of bis prtv. There is a böpeui prospect yet lor tbe crop?. It bas cot rained Icr two daja. Fair weather will pave a yt. There iaa genuine r.auicaruar.gresld'en of Montana that the Indians will overrun tbe country. Many are leaving for tbe state. Probably their fears are exaggerated. '' t , , Truer and Cnlrnian Fntdlj of the RKiwn rAntml committee are In sweet communion. Tbey will arrange for Hayes and poettfflce rsform. Tbey are the chaps tjdoit. Hsyesmade a.l tu 1 promises te could think of. Whether be could per form them r riot be did not stop to think. He Is like an aoxloua child, te promises too much. - aaBBsaaaaaasBawasaaeaaa""?"" The New York Wcrld tiaces a resem blarce between Grant's firat Inaugural aDd Havea's le:ter of acceptances and hints tbat both miy have ...

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