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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 May 1915

MORTGAGE FARM LOANS ear loans with privilege of prepayment in negotiated upon improved and operated in Madison, Tensas, Franklin and Richlnd Address: A LAND AND REALTY COMPANY T mIG. IIATCNEZ, MISSISSIPPI A Hon. Ge planterton SThursday. of Timber Lands Mr. and seS. 46 and 55, T. for i Na.. R. 12 E., near they will and also of Timber Lands Mser Sbas. 8, 17, and 18 in and Prof. .15 N., R. 10 East. Wednewda were formerly owned thee. ak. Mr. am LA INIO . Sunday. Peters Street Misr B LOUISIANA. - ESONAL, arrived b I StOWR JS Cotton Oil Co. started Mr. Jr weks' run Mondy. attendin. wahic was to have y a Soedheimer yesterday until one day canoot n Marrh r I I. Gilfoil, leading mer- ioak w- in Tailuish Catrra wlarn p 1 Upan, made a trip to ' ad R auts last week. o".. W. Montgomery, of Spunt Sday in Tallulah iater, Mr. W. . Span. C. Baraettle Saturday The Yviet to her old home, by Mr. Barmtt a f nation -i. ,to be b L Bone, of Duckport, 26, 19: Sunday. carri mat la .Pierson made a bnu mr oth...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 May 1915

nK¶m 1' WhIITE g teORGE DARR 11CUTCIrON LusrTnncs RAY WALTERS AAV M%0t4Sr As Wrt SYNOPSIS. -6 b the New York home of James Broe his son. Frederic, receives a wireless .tes him. Frederic tells Lydia Des msd, his fiancee, that the message an Utsuace his father's marriage, and orders Mrs. Desmond. the housekeeper and Lydia's mother, to prepare the house for an Immediate home-coming. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's ilk lug at frst meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood met Ia the Jade-room, where Lydia works a Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood is startled by the appearance of Ranjab. Brood's Hindu servant. She makes changes In the household and gains her husband's consent to send Mrs. Des meod and Lydia away. She fascinates Prederic. She begins to tear Ranjab In his uncanny aerac s and disappear anmes. and Frederic. remembering his father's East Indian stories and firm be Iet ti magic, fears unknown evil. Ran Jab performs feats of ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 May 1915

Al says: r umbke ieie 1n bss the remts.It wr. But tee her tion tac tre SOOt.F3G owC.-CO- W be. am the greatest wreck his s seas, averaging one My tie .f et and lasting pin. tha Sall Blue on wash dey. an' eetieable. me say he r very, very my wk did he make his a be buminess." o SHis entire family to ENDED TEN OF SKIN-TORTURE " :--I had ecas a re Syars. ittle red pis- o t a small spot on my 'I spread all over my face. to e burned me awfully. every remedy and treat. be used for this trou* b did me an good. Il ointment and remind . Seeved I a day or rath I was cured. This ago and the trouble ,trsed."-(S8lIed) Mrs. Weatherford, Okia. d sells rendol olatment a seap sad doctor have th to relndS treatment or a t h years.-adv. t ts Kept a Serant. when he was superl~ - se ortsamsth dockyard Leard lsher, the present SBritish eet had theo toward the men; he b them with all the a whaling captain; they, hin with a halt se ifresstle who was halt-piy. He foound the settled in a cot by another supe...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 May 1915

lessme Mariuns in Ceaseless bar el ums. CmsusSde at te preut says In per In es Sadleats Truth of Re. petds-Shets at Aviator 100 In Five Minutes. Par-The New York Sea's corr spendeat with the Poreign Leglon ends the followins notes from his edirr: Manday--tarted for rations at 7:30 p. m. and on the way caught up with three oicers strolling along slowly. The roadway was narrow and it was very dark through the woods, so that it was Impossible to pass them. One of the boys got tired of being kept be bind at such a slow pace and at last broke out with: "H-, I'm not going to stick behind that guy! He's too blame slow" (oaly the word was not blame.. The ofcers accompanying the colonel, for it turned out to be our colonel, evidently knew the American laguasge, for they burst out laughing, but the colonel continued his stroll Tueday-Up at :3u0 a. m. rheama tis tmn my right arm preventing me r Wa sieplin Pound Joseph Collett, who delared he bad not slept a wink all alght as a continual bombar...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ,N. , -P,, v~. ..... arr ir i rtAu_ MAn~iu O PABISII LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. JUNE , :1915 NEW flERIES-VOL. 3 NO. '24 wil FINAL i as : ear 1w, SAYS PASSEN- wa HAVE ESCAPED LUSITANIA. , abc ma NEUTRAL SNIPS nil its O srsla iesy. rim tat am the lemoads ad tm e Umted States goers- i with doe laklg as atlle the reslpt of m , the Ua al snateto ; Meerr v Jaeew, the la h i as ievurd to Am bh iS rTeO lI the Ae An i -tole by *the ermr a v s o rIme govern. 5.4 t M Is set its lati a am ual ships its the wi sh s tyat so hbo ta -alls by am rses or it Siat I lvetssatmg the Is oemeatihs with the It 0n ri. stme a." s - AHt had that i fa ha _ e.w have bees ms- e Iem pa bimises- tb Ssd. gm o t* s . S. - werbe. m - lto pmost the lves r Wl delrlas mm.' "o t , the sssmy" s erby t se Uae e ti to sfti samd nto e. the emAn. a sad to. hetes eat oetf rem at mmay. whh it at reo goes b t nua.. ae l. ea . ag a t 0he ome. a Sth omer to I. tlre to th -r Ia t a treak saa friely "p a peasle ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

HAMMERING THE TURK Gen. Sir Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton. in supreme command of the British-French army now landed on the Gallipoll peninsula to coop erate with the British-French fleet for the conquest of the Dardanelles and Constantinople, is a poet-soldier. with the tough, wiry frame of the Scotch and the Scotsman's long, narrow head, strong nose and bold chin, and with the big ears of the generous Irishman and the Irishman's ingratlt ing smile. The eyes are shrewd and calculating, as becomes a canny Scot. but no lass emotional and full of fun -the endowment of a son of Erin. The son of a Scotch father, stern. Industrious and far-sighted, a distin guished military man himself, and of an Irish mother, fascinating, vi vacious and artistic, Hamilton was born sixty-two years ago in the fortress at Corfu. Hamilton came under the notice of Roberts in the Boer war of 1880, Where he went with the Gordon Highlanders, and where, at the British de feat at Majuba hill, be discovered that t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

Sews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CLOSE VIEW OF AN AUSTRIAN TRENCH 4 . • . 4 . - -.,., .. t.4 m of the trenches in Galicia where the Austrians so stubbornly fought the Invading Russians. HEROES HONORED gammeswho died whle ths beauatiful granite ineasbs were d-edilat enutly In trost ft with ap late ear D KIPUN of the distibnguished at late has devoted his *-ý defence of the cause Sthe gret war. In sheeting. in the sllowlag story wit can effseatully save bhemlatios. s cavil war, at a Camp in rshk from aive lI " lsd he to oe if tthe s * war you sheoLt. Saoo sd shot ad hit the * sod he,~ the way I - ea se e ilicia where the Austrians so stubbornly fought the injading Russians. - - --- - - - - ----- ---. - A w-  -  KING ALFONSO AS POLO PLAYER in me A While so many of his brother monarchs of Europe are at war, King w Alifoso of Spaina lds time to Indulge in his favorite sport of polo. This u piture shows him as oe took part in the opening gams of...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

The Madison Jouirnal. TPublshed every Saturday orning. SGeorge Spencer ._... .. ...... Editor W. L. Rountree ............. anager O-_ eal Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee S wd. MadiaLo Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. .UI4 Jam. 10 1903 at Tailulah, La., post office as second aSela mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. T. Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions ato errespondents, which may appear in its columns. _ alllsh, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, J. ne 5, 1915. Crowley is now connected with the gulf i with a waterway ninety-one miles in length. The work has been under way for several , years and the completion was celebrated by i a large attendance of representative citizens. One of our western friends objects to the building up, by the executive, of a political machine. Since Murphy J. Foster was governor, the building of a political machine seems to be a lost art. Ask Blanc hard and Sanders. The Monroe News-Star says ou...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

CRAFTS OF 10,000 YEARS AGO SHOWN IN THE I EPEC VILLAGE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC - INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION N village on the bone at the PanamarPacifo International ,i a bit of the oldest Civilisation of the world brought to San the country of the Atteo ruins in Central America. Beautiful is shown, together with onyx cutting, clay and wax modeling, and singing, pottery making and coloring and other arts -t the people. A typical garden Is open to the visaltor In the which I. to be seen the landscape art of this people. wEICE Sw U w OU W U- ---Y SPERSONAL, OTHERWISE. - Coltharp made a bass- ter Baton Rouge this week. Sin B. Nelson, of Waverly, at Sunday. R Cei hary and Albert Sevier college Saturday. .L Evan spent several Ta .Ke INr. Geo. W. Jordan, of la Tallulah Wednesday. the ndell, of Afton, was -*r- Pr Pierson left to B& at Hope, Ark. he B. Reid returned from he up north. ld er made a busi Ueroe last Saturday. wi ye deft Wednesday hi where he will 4 &.B B. Bettis, of g v si...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

r ,1 W ITE GEORGL DARR MCUTCIION LLUSTRAIONS RAY WALTERS AM **t, R.b c kxS~r SYNOPSIS. -- I the New York home of James Brood, son. Frederic. receives a wireless foem him. Frederic tells Lydia Des mead, his fiancee, that the message an aces his father's marriage, and orders Mrs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydia's mother, to prepare the house for as Immediate home-coming. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's lik Ing at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood met in the Jade-room, where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. rood is startled by the appearance of Ranjab. Brood's Hindu servant. She akes changes in the household and gains husbaad's consent to send Mrs. Des Mond and Lydia away. She fasclnates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab in his uncanny appearances and disappear enes, and Frederic, remembering his father's East Indian stories and firm be list In magle, fears unknown evil. Ran Jab performs feats of magic ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

A IInswAul Das FORD'S st Myrrh NNl e Bank Wou t ussomd and dim. - gtie AI thir - sea a inaer naied ton the e nm ai opas petds. and me msu.Thi d becaNse azuse C w, as onaa orm. Why adse I" - " n t It. a ple wtn a te t now ab, l setonr Ma.t Sqte ko to malver lt eomt beoe are right e tomlos man. ss er a .t p n Pamu eseer ughael do wonr· know t hr se . hefty make .Uat to Seme.n, r th- a udetti s m e Sat ha dermthan beethe in a ao bre amen In cue steelf uvat l iwt beak ourS l t Sl yot k-evr te yar hea, ra ni tee t aIt le eas be es ce a es .tea akIv e. afteratim. Smy ate myI nsmacr Iivsame Pstum la IcO. Stat a well boayer ml /e e beethe.pr .t1 .ri t l the bor lus in a: a $I dran rt espa have oe rse. mW mar wa tin thi wma : avtoed a151 ot aurCh e we ema cdw h - @iass ons la F Educat ial mi Co-Operative iUonof America A So AduI y A dull plow y seldom rides with a sharp farmer. Salt trough well filled, cost little, and mean mu Let's live u o our ideals, not down to our failure Even a sm ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 June 1915

11O1 0ER WORLD kNAPP$IObNO IN OUR OWN AND k.OTHNR COUNTRIES S SRIEPLY TOLD. rNSr ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN ;ot News Ceedensmilems Re -wed Withat Cemmena-AII NationS Fn ISea wha to Edify and lestrust. * Admiral Moore motifled the avyde prtmemt tram Homolulu that the saub frsle F4 had bees raied to withln IN set of the srfae. * a a a S uio obbers blew ope thi Joesboro. Ill, pstee safe robbla the oface t a E qatity of stamps as a small mea aot eash. *.. The polie are hunttag hfr R C. Sllawalt of Dallas, Tez., agalst whom a fflavit as bes filed harebla embssalemest of 000 of the Hotel Oemnatas fteds. 3. C. Lewisl a poldtclNam f Loga r. V.., was shot and illed there by A. a. spha, chie of poll of that As elalsl aaonacemet was made that 15 persons were killd or are almslg as a reslt of the triple eel ales wlhic eonas as the Caledo1 Ia railway sirth of Carlisis, Rgueagt The belle! Ot a aiad dre4glg maN tbos blew kp as the Pemasyl anla i of the Delaware river at Dordie ow. hlng fire peiams. That ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

THE 1MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 1 : , 1915, NEW SEILIES--VOL. : NO. 2' H FUND ES HOUSE HIBITS USE OF PORATIONS FOR PURPOSES. BIG MAJORITY xpressed to Drastic n% Publie 5fr as Restricted. Baton Rhuse. antislush fund bill - forpoa r ws borm campaign funds of passed the of 9 to 1i Mr. But lenath for the ML. Iabarre. of Or opposition to Its provisions advocat. miatricted to public se, Sof a corporatoon.made corporations of all r fworeign. They are directly or Indirect doaatng or leading sperty for any of the 4. advoeate or oppose or defeating any - e office. of each year the Is requitred to noal. to file before March from officers of cshwlag all fuads or seatributed by the cor of any of the he act. The affidavlt hls eideaea . hlurb subjects the . ae up to $,0m. ot state is required of the statements and asot mhs state ateoreys at the eor The district at to exaanie the by role against ha s tofAle state es distar -tatway a'n-...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

WILL BE YOUNGEST EMPRESS Archduchess Zita. when Archduke Karl Franz Josef succeeds to the throne of Austria-Hungary, will be the youngest empress recorded in very many years, for she was only twenty three years old on May 9, 1915. This fact is pleasing to the Austrians, and especially to the Viennese. only the oldest of whom recall Empress Eliza beth in her fresh beauty when she came to them as Emperor Franz Josef's bride. Archduchess Zlta has much to commend her to popularity. She has intelligence, a winning per k sonality, and, above all, the ability to make herself beloved. The chief charm of her face is her splendid eyes, Italian in their power of changeful expres slon. Her hair is brown, with golden lights. Her birthplace was Villa della Planore, near Viareggio, and her un usual name is of Tuscan origin, In honor of Zita of Monte Segrato. whose body lies in the church of San Tradiano at Lucca, and who was made a saint by Pope Nicholas III. Part of her childhood spent in Italy, ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ITALIAN CRUISER IN ACTION / i°. m .. ...... " . .. "°' :'; "'"'4' : Morosini, one of the crack vessels of the Italian navy, Bring her 305-millimeter guns. MORE GERMAN RESERVES ON WAY TO FRONT of the German landsturm, recently called to the colors, on their way to a station in Berlin to entrain and aceompeaied by mothers, wives and sw6ethearts. OF THE ABRUZZI of the Abrussl Is com et the naval forces of Stheo most rattifying results IMeat war ezcltemeat in is the action of. the 3ers providing for a nrn Ming of the bridges tah roads of motor traffic. were mostly under the ft the big railroad com 8md the heavy truck trae apeal to them enough to to expend either money Sh Itrenthenlng the bridges traDnte potor trucks for war department has * qusation of strong bridges hbre the people, and strong Is being brought by the a sela of the government use oen the railroads. The i that bridges are rebuilt al e eantryr. A quar...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

The Madison Journal. Pablished every Saturday msorning. George S encer . .............. .........Editor W. tl R umtr ee ....... ......... ..... Manager -O.ial Journal of Madison l'arish, Fifth District Levee BMrd. Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. ntered Jan. 10 1908 at Tallulah. La., post office as second F t' mail matter under Act ,f Conrgtes of March 3. 1879. ' Jonal is not resp wsible for the views, and opinions -I @fesoponeats, wich may appear in its columns. a lulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, June 12, 1915. S Louisiana Delta Fair In a few days the Louisiana Delta Fair Aqeociation will be formally organized at Tallulah. It will be composed of the parishes of . of Tensas, Madison, and East Carroll. · Last week the Madison parish police jury declared for it and appropriated two * hundred and fffty dollars as the pro rata from this parish; this week the police jpries of T#esas and East Carroll parishes took similar action. 'This assures the Association fif...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

in Epitome Shown by Displays in the Exhibit Palaces at the Panama Pacific International Exposition. go great Panama-Pacific International Eeposition at nas Frae. widely exploited throughout the world by the millions of ight. paso visited the exposition since its opening on Februnary 20th last beautiful, comprehensive and Interesting universal exposition has ever known. The wonderful exhibit palaces house the the earth, while the grounds, pleated to miflionr of rare bulbs. mass of color and fragrance. To the visitor entering the afst time, either by night or day. the scene is certain to bold spellbound. as the vast panSolmaa unfolds bit by bit before the ms eye wanders from one beauty spot to another an an endles ug surprises. Entering the mail gate at Scott street, for !e visitor sees the great Fountain of energy directly before him anys sparkling and luasbhing in the light of the warm California - or assuming the appearance of masses of flowing flames by the powerful beams of the g...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

IWHIT 61006t~ DAFRR NCUTCKIrON MAP 1WACTEK SYNOPSIS. -10-1 &h the New York home of James Brood. I Sson, Frederic, receives a wireless 4 doom him. Frederic tells Lydia Des rad, his fiancee, that the message an- I iUaces his father's marriage, and orders prs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydla's mother, to prepare the house for I an immediate home-coming. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's llk lag at first meetling. Brood shows dislike and veilled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood met in the Jade-room. where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood Is startled by the appearance of Banfab, Brood's Hindu servant. She prakes changes in the household and gains er husband's consent to send Mrs. Des mond and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear RanJab In his uncanny appearances and disappear- I ances, and Frederic, remembering his aather's East Indian stories and firm be iek in magic. fears unknown evil. Ran- I b performs feats of magic for D...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

WSMITH'S L TONIC s aellable remedy ALARIA r: teolcandsapetlaer. wel as adults. Sold lorSO $1 bottles at drug stores. AND YOUNG t as kMAdly ee the chUd, orhireold se. ssups $ Pills Sto the wek staacb. badsrr. EYES s Eye Lotion sore and inflamed eyes in Helps the weak eyed, cures i Akyour druit or dealer for -lfrom fepr sr hee "1se4sh al Wo Impost, sibleoo sero ason. eapon so be ujrprted," ytrepliaed. All o eoler un*sml be enoulh to conduct Mb LhLb Awe.. keeb)f* S.1L War Impossible. -Et succeed," said the in Sbe surprised, replied "A few more engines may kill off people uni t be enough to conduct ate Usr Side Cut. war affords me one @emsolat.on anyway" said ,o know what It is," said hads for some of myite bore to go gaddring this year and then re make * e efeel as if I bhly Use of Cutl rat Qsotes. Trial Free. i ask bands in hot Cuti iry and rub the Olnt. bands some minutes. er old gloves during rough., chapped and at werks wonat a tge"e b mailw.th sp, old everywher e-Adv. ws plainly e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 June 1915

TI LEEI FOUNO British Navy Is at Anchor in the a n Ship Officer, on Height s World's Moseet Formidable leet - Secrecy and Close Guard is Maintained. By LOUIS EDGAR BROWNE. tCrempodent of the Chicago News. Rotterdam, Holland.-The British ,erth sea battleship Leet is In the Otpney Islands north of 8cotlasnd. poi sore than two months there bia bee. as cial news given to the world a to its whereabouts or what it was do lag. On the contrary, strenuous ef irts have been made to conceal the leaton of the feet. The feet's greal work is dose. It destroyed every Ger n commerce raider. It drove every S enemy sip to harbor. There remains only one task-the destruction of the German fleet. Brit sh a nval pollcy long ago assumed delnite shape. There Is believed to be little doubt that the British fleet will eamlhate1 the enemy when they meet, bat the admiralty thinks that this moutlan will take place only when the Germans are ready to fight iL epe ses. Until then the British fleet will remain saf...

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