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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 August 1890

LADY ANGELA'S LION. £ft%y^£22Fa ADY ANGELA SMYTHE was filled wltb a passion for novelty; her tastes were de icldedly catholic, and noth ing that was original came amiss to her. Therefore It. was no marvel to ber friends when sne fell into raptures about a certain Marchese dl San lano.who was good-; looking, possessed an lm : ' posing title, and, In addition, could play a little Instrument she called a "maudollnelta." sing delightful (and quite Incomprehensible) Italian ditties, and make delicious sweetmeats, whereof be was In the habit of sending mile packets to bis fi lends. One hot evening In June her drawing-room was specially crowded, as a whole constellation of "particular stars" was gathered, and she and bar niece, an enthusiastic young lady of two and tweoly.'were extremely busy among the guests, introducing and entertaining them. A gentle man with long fall hair and an enormous display of shirt Ii out had just finished a recitation, at whicll his audience seemed doubtful whe...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 August 1890

14 AT THE SHRINE OF BURNS. IVakeman's Wanderings Through !s I the Beautiful Land of !3V (be Scots. BESIDE THE DOON IN AYR. The Old Globe Tavern Where the -o" „_- o Poet Roystered and Sang Is Just ;°°- °".as He Left The Lovely Rose c\", c * Embowered Cottage He Built .V ° on the Ellisland Farm Near I ; :; Dumfries. . s '- :■'•" . c '-..:. Special to Tiik Sunday Call. °"..." ¥•*-%■ IMF] (Scotland), July 10, 1890. "'..*-.''; s ''. 1 ' Border wars and- border minstrelsy V;*; tmmJ} have given the. whole south of Scot .v^-laud a heritage of undying interest and en % thrallinent Coming upon it with eyes I looking out of the depths of hist' and sentiment, every object in nature marshals a host, of armored specters from the crowded cloister of a romantic and thrill ing past But there is another and an im mortal presence here. Oue Scottish south land peasant voice not only fused into illimitable tenderness all Scotia's stem ami granite soul, but gave imperishable songs ♦at he universal human ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 65. A TRAITOR'S FATE. The Result of Ezeta's Victory Over Rivas. '.. Guatemalans Charged iith Tampering lith Official Correspondence. •■ Salftdorian Efforts to Capture the Enemy's ;, ... Treasure— Ri?as' Adherents Flock to Ezeta's Banner. Special Dispatches to The Slhrsisi Cau» New Tosk. Aug. 4.— A Herald City of Mexico dispatch says: An American living in Salvador lias sent a dispatch liere confirming in every particu lar the dispatches of Ezeta's victory over Rivas and adding that the march made by F-zeta of 110 miles was covered in ujday and a hnlf, and the fight took place imme diately on the arrival of the troops at tee capital, lasting from July 29:h to the Slst, inclusive. Rivas, instead of being captured in the capital, was taken prisoner In Aculpuaea, a suburban town, and brought to the capital with many other leaders of the Indians and shot. With the death of their leader the Indian prisoners of war will join Ezeta's forces amd inarch against the Guatemala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

2 ISLAM-MECCA FESTIVITIES. mgrißMga or Eastern Nobles of the Mystic Shrine to the Pacific Coast. ITS HISTOEY AND INCEPTION. Number of Temples Now in Exist ence — Arabic Terms Employed and Explanation of Lunar Festiv . als, With Their References— The Caravan's Route Going and Returning— Names of the Pil grims. The shrinen of Mecca Temple. Ancient Arabic Order of th ■ X.-bios of the Mystic Shrine of New Turk City will arrive in this city this afternoon and domicile at the Tal ace Ilotel. . The Nobles of Mecca Temple some time ago decided on Kakiag a pilgrimage to this • Coast on a visit to Islam Temple of this city, and to this end the matter of arrange- the order. merits was placed la the hands of James McGce of New York, who immediately prepared a prospectus of the journey, and later on an itinerary of the "caravan" as it would pass over the continent. THE BOUTS OF TilK riLGKIM?. The pilgrims left New York on Monday, July 21st, in .r special rullnmn vestibule train with dining and c...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

" ■• '— « ' - ■ ■' ■■■ >■: ■■ — . I That Wlielp on j^Ca,r3s.et I Street in one of His I Drunken Orgies ] CONCOCTED A SCHEME TO MALIGN A HOUSE WHOSE REPUTATION I IS AS POPULAR FOX lIS HONESTIf AM) SQUARE DEALING AS E THIS INEBRIATE IS FOR SWINDLING AND FRAUDULENT TRANS- I ! ACTIONS. WORKIXGMEN, watch that man's place and see the loads of goods I that come direct to his place from the slums, filth and opium dens of \ CliinatO'wn I THAT IS THE CUR THAT CATERS FOR YOUIt HARD-EARNED DOL- I ! LARS, taking your honest dollars and giving it to your vilest enemy, I the Cliimaniiui. "" ' § The fluttering success or our LEGITIMATE BARGAIN' SALE, the I crowds that 're at tended it, the noise it's created about town, had reached I * the ears of that Market-street mendicant, and in n fit or despair he seeks I to malign us. BUT IT DON'T GO, MI KEEPER OF A CHINESE CLOTH- I ? ING AND LITTLE-OF-EVERYTHING BAZAAR. You're not in the swim ; | J you're in the soup. You've talked llirmr.-h your hat, an...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

4 ■ THE MORNING CALL rat a larcer circulation than any other ce"sp.pe7 I>ubHshe.l1 >übHshe.l 1.. Snn Fra-clsco. ■ rr ßll CATION office: open until i':.:o oiiock: buj L^n^reer. fpcn ™« 9:30 Clock, ana 2518 Scission street, or?" until 9 o'clock p. M. StTBSCBIFTION KATES : r ,,i y CALL (Including Sundays), »8 per year ny n -mi, postpaid; IS cents per week, or 85 cents pet filfndarfnonth through carriers. DAILY CALL, tire < tries ihree months. $6 '.'.".. SUNDAY < 'At.', (twelve I ages), SI SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ■»i.d WEEKLY CALL *•_• 60 per year, postpaid. vti:i>i.\ CALL (eight pases). jl 25 per year, pint - „..u. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $lU. SPECIAL, NOTICE FOR TUB SIMMER MONTHS. gnbtcrtten who Intend going to the country dnr li the summer months can Lave THE DAILY CALL mailed to them fora week or longer at regular sub scription rates, 15c per week. Uivo order to carrier ci bend to business office. AUCTION SALES TO-DAT. FrKKiTiRK.— By M. J. Simmo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

• r.I'ST>'ESS chances. v C'lTfKl A GOOD INVESTMENT, CLEARING Cl.l V\J. $200 per month over and above all ex- penses: any one can run this milk route: kept by present owner the last 15 years; has a sure custom that will be guaranteed to the incoming man; no previous experience required; 30 days' trial al- lowed before you buy ; no trouble with cattle, as the wholesale men deliver the milk dally, by yearly contract. Apply K. KENNY'. 22 Kearny st. It «; r -\i 100 £ OTKL FOR BALE IN SANTA CRUZ; OOUUUtbO rooms: well located; doing a Hue business; 1 .11 value for tue money; been estab- lished fur a great many years; this Is something ex- traordiuary. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. 'It ' Ol *->()(. A FINE GROCERY - STORE FOR «0 1 " 1 '"; .-ale; one or the most prominent cor- ners, near Fifth and Market sta.; In the hands or an activo man Is sure or an immense trade; come and see the bargain I offer; one of the best bar-rooms connected with a corner grocery In the city; large stock: go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Some Interesting Announce ments of Late Prominent .Engagements. SUMMER BESOBTS OF SOCIETY. Several Notable Weddings This Week— The Lewis Surprise. Party on Folsom Street— La Grippe Soiree - Many Hall Par ties to Take Place—Miscellane ous Notes and Personals. August opens with the promise of several In terestluj! weddings, which will, doubtless, at tract iiuny wanderers at least temporarily to towu. Bui as long as Hie skies leinaiti favorable there will b- no general dispersal at the leading marts.' Without any large entertainments of lale these fashionable center!) have each their special spells of never-failing enchainment, and many or our people continue to slip away trom dally formalin a and evening fogs to these fa yored regtou«, where It Is "always afternoon." Santa Cruz is likely 10 be lively tills week with. 113 Military and Masonic visitors. Besides Hie weddings referred 10 numerous hail parties are announced to take place hi this city, where th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

LABOR TOPICS. Unions . Want (lie New Ballot Law Enacted. Carpenters Are Preparing to Hake a Bold Opposition to the Shoe-Clerki, Patriotic Brewers. — The Joint Committee of the several labor organizations of the city held a very long and tedious session yesterday afternoon, the principal purpose of which was to dis cuss and promulgate the Australian ballot system. This .system has been taken up by the labor element as a class, and the determi nation is fully formed to make it the lead ing Issue of the coming campaign. How to best ro about this, the ways and means, etc., was what this Joint Committee was absorbed in discussing yesterday. To coudense an afternoon's work into the least space practicable, the meetiut: decided upon this course: To appoint committees to canvass the labor element of the entire city thoroughly; see that every organiza tion stands right on the question and under stands it clearly; also to appoint commit tees to affiliate Tulh the two leading politi cal partie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 August 1890

8 A GREAT DAY FOR THE FANS. Frisco Wins an Exciting Contest From Oakland. Tbe Morning Game at the Emery* Street Grounds a Tie. Ccugh'.in Wins Two Contests From the Gas towm -• To* Amateur League. Notes and Comments. The old-time cranks are talking base-ball louder than they have at any time this sea son. Two great games in one day has stirred up all their former enthusiasm, and from now till the close of tne season tht-y will blitnely chatter of the day Frisco played a tie game with the Colonels in the morning nnd defeated them In the after ' noon. The aforesaid crunks have been used to reading of brilliaut games on the Sacramento and Stockton diamonds, but they had come to believe that it was an im possibility lo get the same teams to put up a good quality of the article on the Bay grounds. It was nearly 3 o'clock when Shea stepped up to Hie plate at the Haight-street grounds and Umpire McLaughlin called "play." The fug bad commenced to roll in from the ocean with all its accustome...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

m [Hebb and plow ."]■§ XV 0? IHE WANT AND FLOW 1 % 07 THE WANT ADS, AS SHOWH BY FIGUBES ! V^ X^V " .. UlKlv Tide! .- >^N or&± Pally Average In CALL Lait Week. ...... 972 /Mi^T SSr ■ LOW TIDE. T\W ««> Daily ATerare In EXAMINER Lait Week.. 7l6 Sj~~ ♦// THEY FLOW TO THE CALL 1 Iv* VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 66. FOUR BATTLES. The Guatemalan Troops Again ■ ' Sustain Defeat. A Successful Night Attack Made by the Salyadorian Forces. The Enemy Seat Flying Id Disorder • Toward the Capital— How [he Situa tion Is Viewed In Panama. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. San Salvador, Auk. 4.— Four more bat tles havi; been fought by the Salvadcrians ■gainst Guatemalan troops within the territory of Guatemala. Eighteen hun dred soldiers, untler '■%' Salvador General, Santiago Confreres, mide an attack on General Coyetano Sanchez and an equal number of Guatemala troops about live i) lie from Mulaquicuintla, on the nifht if AU4U-t Ist. Owing to the apparent inaction of the Salvador army during th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

2 Y. M. I. IN COUNCIL. Auspicious Open ins of (he Sixth Convention. An Imposing and P.ituresque Parade— Solemn Mass at St. Ignatius— Officers' S ports. The Entertainment, Tho sixth Grand Council of the Young Men's Institute, and the first of the new jurisdiction of the Pacitic Coast, was opened yesterday in this city. . An auspirious beginning, enthusiastic and imposing, it wa^, and the Catholic young men who participated congratulated them- selves on its success. Brunches to the num ber of 137, with a membership of about 700 C, were represented from all parts of the Coast by 2H delegates, and the event brought some thousands of visitors from the interior to the city. A -grand parade through the principal streets gave first note of a three days' cele bration arid business gathering of the in stitutes and proved to be a prelude, full of inspiration, to the members. Tho conven tion was called to order at 3 o'clock in the afternoon by Uraud President Sullivao, in jrinii B'ritb Hall, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

IN SMALL SUMS. Corcoran and Fitzgerald Ad mitted to Bail. One Denies That He Started the Shooting. The Oiher'a Identity Hot Fully Proven. Chief Crowley's Views. The old City Hall, or at least that portion of It occupied by the Police Department, re sembled tl.e headquarters of a standing army all day yesterday. Chief Crowley is fully alive to the importance of keeping a large force of his men ready for immediate call, and all day king had from thirty to sixty, iv reserve, ready to jump into line at the first sound of alarm. lie also ordered thirty men, under Sergeants Whitman and Uirdsell, transferred early in the day to Captain Short's watch at the Southern Sta tion, and these men were distributed liber ally arcund tlie district where there have been disturbances recently. "If necessary," said the Chief, "I will send evcrj r cflicer in this division down there, and we'll see what cau be done to stop this murderous work. I'm satisfied 6ome.of the people are netting desperate," he co...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ITS* a larger circulation than any other newspaper ul»licln-<l in San Franclgcu. 11 T. 1.1 CATION OFFICE: ■625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ocloek r m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kcarny, open until 12 o'clock: midnight; :-:■■ Hayes street, open nntu 8:30 o'clock-. 603 Lai kin Eircet, open until 9:30 Clock, and 251S Minion street, open until 9 o'clock p. M, si nstuirxiON KATES : ■ paily CALL (Including Sundays), #6 per year by r> ail.postpnld: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per | calendar month tlironitn carriers. DAILY CALL, five «< I'iis i lira' months. 98 28. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I»gcs), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL" mil «i i.m.v . CALL .$2 50 per year, postpaid. V lIKKLV CALL (eight pages), $1 '25 per year, nosC ii.i.. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur li g tlie summer months can haveTHEDAILY call mailed to them fora week or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

fIT'STyESS CHANCES. cm win LARGE RESTAURANT and BAR «|plH'U. lor sale, receipts »46 to $55 cash per ciav- -class location, within half a block of where 800 men are employed: has very little opposition; cheap rent, long lease; place fitted up in every way, and known to be the very best location for a restau- rant and bar and always will be in this city: Is grand . ice for man and wife, or one or two men; clears $150 to $250 per month; offered cheap; must sell. Gl-.0. STEWART. 135 Kearny St. It '«!• Kin COMMISSION BUSINESS; PARTNER <t^4UV'. wanted, with well-known, wide-awake, responsible business man of good standing and rep- utation; has a first-class trade, clearing $200 to £>-J5O pfer month, and rapidly growing; absolutely requiring more assistance; prefers partner to hired ' help; good man wanted more than money ; can give hest of reference: an exceedingly good business that will tear a close investigation. UEO. SI'EW- Alii', 135 Kearny st. - It (J'lhfl PARTNER WANTED IN WO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

6 _ _ . EDUCATIONAL. V" "ohnV ladies prepared" T#r~"vassar and other first-grade colleges by graduate and ex-Vusar teacher. Apply this office. au3 I*t» ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE, 214 HAVES ST- The classes for the grammar and higher de- ptrtmenls will reopen on Tuesday. August sth. 3 -it LADY TEACHER WILL GIVE ritIVATK LES- •h. sons in public school studies. Address fc. D., Box MS, Call liranch O/Bce. »"3 3 >* PKOF. H. W. OPPERMAN. TEACHER OF xither. 1017 Folsom St., bet. Sixth and Seventh.tf tPREN'CH LESSONS GIVEN AT 1011 CLAY ST.; r apply bet. 9 and 12 m. iy2s tf UK MUN SOX SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND. 52 Hood Building—^ype- writing and dictation; day and eveulng sessions MISS M. E. PHILLIPS. ]24 3m IG.G. CIPOLLONI,FKOMROME,ITALY.TEACU- O erot mandolin. Room 105. St. Ann's lildg.22lm MX. W. DE JUNO, 1409 VAN NESS, TEACHER of singing, piano, violin and 'cello. ]y'2l lm lANO INSTRUCTIONS. 612 BEANS AN ST., net, Fourth ami Fifth. jy'JO 30t* GKXND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST Anil's Building. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Delightful Reception to Rev. and Mrs. Robert Mac kenzie. THE DICKINSON CHOWDER PARTY Two Interesting San Jose Weddings. Party in East Oakland — The Joinct-Bandley Marriage — En tertainment of Pocahontas Coun cil—Party on Cortland Avenue. Personal Notes. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. I- rary threw open the doors of their Pasadena Home on Wednesday evening in honor ol the Nobles ot the Mystic Shrine of AI .Malaikah Temple and their ladles. The affair was very successful In all respects. On Sunday evening Mrs. Frances EdEOiton, the talented elocutionist, gave some delightful reading! In the pallors ot the dondo Hotel- Among the selections were: •'King liobert of Sicily," "Winters Tale," act 5, scene 3; "Johnny Bartholomew" and "Jenny Duuleath," The Women's Educational aud Industrial Union will di-cuss subjects of considerable in terest this evening, and It is expected that a lai pc number of members will be preseut. Mrs. Aiinthorne M. Touiikms has tent out cards for ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 August 1890

8 OPENING DAY. Inaugural of the Los Angeles ' Race-Meeting. Hie Trad Record for a Mile Dash Broken by Appleby's Carmen. Governor Waterman Communicates With Sec retary Noble Regarding the Big Tree Grove. •pwial Dispatches to The Mobxino GUI. Los Anoei.es, Aug. *.— Twenty - five hundred people were present at the races to-day. The track was in splendid con dition. The first event was the Los Angeles Derby. The starters were: Matt Storn's colt Larghetta, J. B. Chase's filly Marigold, Billy Appleby's lilly Baiodrop and Owens ■Brothers' colt Captain Al. Marigold won by two lengths, I'.aindrop second, Captaiu Al tniid. Time, 2:88 „ The second race was a mile dasli for all sges. .The starters were: H. I. Thornton's Abi, Owen Urns.' Daisy D, Billy Appleby's Carmen and N. A. Covarrubias' Dan Mur phy. There was a long delay at the post, all the horses being fretlul. Carmen won by a length, Abi second, Daisy D third. Time, 1:4054, the fastest luile ever run on the Los Angfles track. Tne third ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 August 1890

# n EBB AND FLOW "I|| f\^> OF THE WANT ADS. A3 SHOWN BY FIGUEES ! V&»^ $£& lllßli Tide! vJrf; y/V Dally Averaee In CAM. Last TTcek 978 '. /TVlj vV ( LOW TIDK. V.iT Daily Average In EXAMINKK last Week.".7l6 V;«- -■A/, THEY FLOW TO THE CALL! J AjT VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 67. PERPETUAL EXCLUSION. A Substitute for the House Chi nese Bills. Eierjbody bat Diplomats and Their Ser . Yants Barred from Entry. Severe Punishment Provided for Persons Caught Smuggling Mongolians Into This Country. Fpeclil Dispatches to Toe Morning Call. f Washington, Aug. s.— Morrow, from the Foreign Affairs Committee, to-day re ported the following substitute bill, in which are embodied the provisions of House bill 4548 (known as the Clunie bill) and House bill 5357 (Morrow's bill): ' From and alter (lie passage ot ibis act It shall • 'be unlawful for »ny Chinese person or persons, ■ whether subjects of Hie Chinese Empire or oth erwise, as well as lliosewlio ate now within the limits ol lite UnilvU States a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 August 1890

2 COUNCIL AND BALL. Second Day of the Y. M. I. An nual Convention. Constitutional Amsndments-CongratuUtions Frcm the Archbishop-Xhs Grand Event in the Pavilion. The second day's session of the sixth Grand Council of the Young Men's Insti tute was called to order by Grand President Sullivan, at 10:13 o'clock in the morning, in B'nai K'rith Hall. All the delesates were present, and the galleriea were crowded with interested members of the society, ninny of whom retained their seats during the debates until the noon recess. The reading of reports of officers was dis pensed with, the reports havinubeen previ ously distributed in pamphlet form to dele gates, while that of the Committee on Laws and Supervision was taken under advise ment. The proposed amendment, that only one delegate shall represent institutes of less than 100 members, and two delegates if over that number, was defeated, so the representation will remain as at present. Compulsory attendance of delegates at the Grand Coun...

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