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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

" Foreign News- / , Tbe Steamship Hibernia arrived at Boston on the morning of the 3d inst., with . Liverpool dates to the 19th ult ( Among the passengers in the Hibernia is the Countess of Elgin., )" The steamship Cambria arrived in Liverpool on the 14th of May. . j The price of 5o^t:artS.andl graip has tike n another rise. Wheat is quoted at from $3 to $4 per bushel; so high, indeed, that s be entirely out of the reach of the poorer classes. The Cotton market' has suffered severely from the .pressure which, has prevailed in the monetary circles. -.Since the arrival out of the Cumbria, however, a betbusiness has been done, and priceshave an., upward tendency. A Barcelona paper of the 3d of May says that the Mexican privateer Uiiico, of Vera Cruz, carrying one gun and fifty-three men, had captured in the waters of Africa and brought intb Barcelona,' the American ship Carnalita, Captain Edwin Littlefield, from Ponce, P. R., with coffee, for Trieste.¦ The Crops.—The plentiful ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

;<l >' jrtnM*mt+tme*te?. •^ t Tbe Ledger ofi the *h inst. says, ".^he result of the election in Mexico for Prjjsideiit; on tin 15th inst, is riot! yet knowhi—There was » rumor that Herrera, who jwas deposed by Paredes before! the breakingjout of the war, was again elected. This rujnor is not confiimed, but it seems probable that Santa Anm i will meet with- niuch opppsitionj and .lie may; be defeated. He had marched to ranis the capital, to control the ' election, bit the opposition to him, judging from ths expressions of opinion in some of the Mexican papers, must be very strong. If Herera ihould be elected it will be a triumph of thi i peace party. He was deposed, among other tilings f°T his supposed faveirnblefeeling towards the United States, the manifesto of the" army of reserve," in de posing him,, said that he " endeavored to get rid if a war, glorious in itself, by concessions humiliating to the national dignity."—They nccnscd him also of an attempt-to b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

PEAiCE WITH irfK-KJCA Many of the newspapers, iin speaking- of affairs in Meftico, express a wish for immediate peace, (and seem to think it is a. duty on the part of our government to make everyctjocessiop with a view to procure it In ihcirj magnalnimity and'benevolence they would have the war ended without regard to the object for which it wpa begun. Redress;for inji ries that we have suffered enter nbt into their calculations, and forms no part pf thei- expectations iu arranging a peace. ' Bui: how stands the case. The United Statei have been plundered, defrauded, insulted, derided, for years, and finally invaded by Mexico. We sent a minister to Mexico, witl full power tb settle all disputes on amicable terms,and conclude a permanent i peace. Tbe Mexican government scornfully re; used to receive him, and sent a hostile army into our country. After this. we cpuld not offer a peace without degradation ; and the history of all our. relations with Mexico shows that, no peace ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

Farther «etalU»r Arany News. Desperate iftruggle expected at Rio Frio—Recapture of Nantla by the Americans—Flight of (hi Metifadt-rFrpm the Brazos—No Confirmation efCoL Doniphan's Defeat. •¦] ]'; FredricJcsboro, Ta., June 4,1847. The New Orleans papers of the 23th contain further particulars, but no later intelligence from the seat of war. The Delta's correspondents state ihat the Rio Frio is the only point op the road from Puebla to t|ie city of Mexico where the enemy is likely to give the army jpny trouble. If Santa Anna marches to tltpi place with adequate artillery and complete!batteries', our army will have to fight a most serious battle. There will be no want of men to back Santa Anna in the last struggle, piid it is supposed that the punjWSgjonejj appointed to superintend the defence jbf tbifcnpital have selected Rio Frio as the only available point of defence, ond intend removing thither'with all the force theyican muster, pud erect batteries nnd rpount the cannon in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

\ Francis Baslcr taken at last! This individual, who escaped from the jail of this county, S2d.Jan. 1845, under sentence of death for the murder of Robert Atkinson, and] for whom a reward of $200 aiid expenses; paid was offered, has been found, put in irons, and is probably now on his way to this place. He was recognized at BuenaVistrinn Mexico, by Luther Adkius, who resided here at the timeof Basler's trial and escape, but subsequently removed to Ohio, where He joined the Ohio volunteers, for the Mexican war. Gen. Wool we learn took immediate measures to place the convicted man in",hands of justice. A member of an Indiana jregiment writes to n friend in this county as'follows, (after noticing Ba_sler's being'ap|rehended:) 'He was immediately handcuffed, and everything dope to secure him ; but notwithstanding, he cjirae very near making his escape. He succeeded in getting out of the guard-house after night, and with the assistance of anoiher man he bribed, he got his irons o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

ftEW YORK MARKETS. coaascrrn wmi.i ron -the people's advocati" Wheat Pour, per barrel $8,00 'a 10,00 Rye do do 6.00 © 7^00 Com meal . do 6,50 ® ,— Wheat, per bushel 2,25 <a> 2i50 B>'e. do 1,12 "Si 1,25 Corn do > l,ia ® 1,25 Barley, do jo,82 ® o!b3 Oats, do lo,60 <3 0,70, Flax, per lb. American, 0,08 <S> 0,034 Tallow, per lb. rendered. , 0,09 ® eiODA Batter per lb. Orange co. 0;20 <a 052 do wetjtehi dairy, 0,14 ® 0,17 Cheese, per lb. o.OS 9 0,08 Beef, per barrel, mess, 11,00 'SI 1,75 do prime, . 8,50 ® 8,25 r»rU, pdr.pfflrefrnre-iv -^ ^ MT5 4^iji--do ¦ prime, ¦¦*-' ' 12,3» &t&fi0 Lard, per lb. 0,!0l« (T.li Hams per lb. smoked 0,07 ® 0J19 Feathers per lb. live, geese - 007 ® Qng American wool, per lh.'saxon • 0,35 ® 0,37i do " fall blood Merino 0,34 ® 0,33 do 4 &¦ i Merino fl.29 ® 0.34 do native Jf- J Merino 0,26 <S> 0,29 Binghamton Markets. Flour g9,50 a $ 10,00 per bbIM Wheat § 1,75 per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

DIED, In Forest Lak?, on the 16th ult., Asss, wife of John Rhincvault, in tbe 56th year of her age. The funeral services were solemnized at the district School-house, in presence of a numerous assembly of her friends and relatives. The deceased was universally beloved and, esteemed by all who knew her. She had been a member of the M. E. Church for more than thirty years and with which she was connected at the time of her death. Her memory will be long cherished by her brothers and sisters in the Church, and the example of her pious life; and christian graces, it is to be hoped, will not be lost upon the impenitent. " Jesus can make a dying bed. Feel soft as downy pillows are; While on bis breast I lean my head. Aud breathe my lifeout sweetly there." [Com. In this village, on the 3d inst., Roth C.( daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Hol^>rook, aged 17 months. She died to sin; she died to care; But for a moment fell the rod; Then rising on the viewless air, Spread her light wing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

Cash paid for Wool! JSin-'liAsflh poondL of WOOL wjant •Wilier ™ ed,'nt t,he Hat Stjore on, dodr there Searle's Hotel, for which thi Wghest price willoe Maidj by i I ! ;!!«&8&3$p7..'; {-.|, -Merrill Root. :' injr! Jind of Fur,' Brush, t Mole Skin Ligkpfn, Palm Leaf, Sporting and Woo Hdtiji also JTeit and Brays' Cloth, Silk Silk Ond Cot. Glazed nnd VelvetCaps, alsc . Children's caps selling cheap by ^ June'47. i M. & Ttoot. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

j|Cent R^ard! EAHSwsy from the inbsiriber, on ihe 1st o ^WtB.THADDBHS1 BICE, an indented ap ErenUoje lo u> farmiug busings, in the 17th year o B •fer ATln*> tororbid alii persons harboring 01 mistin* himion my; tcconnt,. is I will rmyi no debe conrradtcd by nmtrWhatsoeveri " * j ¦' "'ti -'¦ ! THbMAS MEBHAN. roreit ^Lake, June 1,1847. i ' favti

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

.To be bought, i A3J I. L. POSir & GO'S] FLQUR, SOLE LEATHER, cheap! WHITE LEAD; chkap, DRUGS, d small lot very cheap, \N. ORLEANS SYRUP MOLAS$E8, SUGAR! COFFEE, TEASATapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH, 1IRON, NAILs] f£j?£A good stick, SUMMER STUFFS, large variety and cheapl BROADCLO THS and KERSE XS\ very low price, HARNESS TRIMi MINGS, a large stock, PORK by thi barrel, tn short, the largest and best STOCK of GOOD$ we have ever ofi fered, at prices to suit. I } %^%^a \ -1 CASH PAID FOR WOOL! ] ISaaO L. POST & CO. ; Jane 10, 1847, i DISSOLUtlON. j THE, Law-partnership under the firm of LUSK 4. MYERS, is this day! dissolved by mutual consent f. Lt'SK, j j J- W. MVERS. j Montrose, June 1,1847. : i mmmu^mi,@m motiil,, l BY E. RATISSFORD. < TjHIS HOTEL having changed , Tenants, has been thoroughly repaired and refitted; uad $ nowOPENED for theaccommodationof the pnblid The Proprietor pledjges himstlf thai tlie wants an£ comforts of his guesfijhall b»as well provide...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

WANTED, j AT the AROADli, five hundred weight of OLD INDIA ROBBER, for Which the highest price will be paid. J. ETHRIDGE. j June 3, 1847. Wool! Wool ! ¦! 20^000^ WODi w^i.*^^ June 1. . . , 1 PAPER!—Good WRITING PAPER at 13 1-4 cts., and LETTER PAPER for IO cts. pef Quire, for sale by v J. LYONS, j June 1. j STOVES! I OF a variety of platterns, just received, and fo(- saleivery cheap by CHANDLER & Co. j June 1, 1847. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

Jfool Carding ! j THE subscriber having fitted op his machinery with the addition of NEW CARDS and otheifixings, is now ready to serve bis old customers aud the public generally^ at the following; prices, viz:-4 On the delivery of the rolls, 3 cts. cash, 4 cts. baiter on every 9 lb. ofwool—iftharged 5 cts. [ i A. G. REYNOLDS. [ Brooklyn, June 1, 1847. 51wS B. i^AYRE, j vJfFERS a NE\V and VERY CHEAP lot of Spring an4 Summer Goods ( At prices that cannot fail to suit , iy Please call and see them. \ montrose, may 27, 1847. \ CASH paid for ve^l Skins and beef Hides by I B. 8AYBE. [ 1 O "| „0 CE*!TS paid1 for eood house Asll M.A M-,4 es;^n Goods,; " B. 9AYRE.1 HIGHEST price paid for Butter and Egg's bjr 1 - j B. SAYRE. I . r_: _4 STOVJE8—a new (jupply just received of the roos^ approved patterns, by B. SAYRE. S —<-,—*- ¦—1—'.—'——. L SALTi—a fresh supply, just received by 1 ; B. SAYRE. I BEEF and FORI;, FLOUR and MEAL, for sale by . B. SM'RE. I 1 L-it: I L Paints. 011 s, Lim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

SHEBlpF'S jSALES. I BT virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas issued . oat of the Court, of Common Pleas of £utq'ajc4 and to me directed snd delivered will be exposed & public sale at lheCoikrt.hoii§e,jm Montrose,on Satuf the 12th day of JQnfb next, at V o'clock, P. M.: 1 AD that certain tn ct or parcel of land, situate is the townships of Silj er Lake Snd Choconnt county of Busquehaonna snt I state of Penntyl vanis, butted], bounded, and descri >ed as folloWa,- viz: Beeinnins at a hemlock, a corner of a lot |ol land formerly ehi| veyedto Levi Smith; thenceleist 124 perches anj 8-10ths of aperch to a beach onithe line of Slot coif veyed to Dsiiel Cha nberlia ;i jtbenca by the; samt south 128 perches aiid 2-10tralof a perchi therice west 124 perches sad 8-lbthi|of 0 perch; theric| north by ithe aforess^ i Smth's efst line "123 percBe and 2-lOtos of » per. h lo the-place of beginmn^if CoBtaining IpO acra, more or l*ss,: with the appVtor»wce«;: a_ibgbou« .framed bsru, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

.; [pB^^v^^ I for, s]ale BY\L'M&e&XFtyri& I '^Mm**m^HM^ \ WH O? keeps constatay on hand afuU fsiorV 8 ¦ «- w v n>oWot.eewune DRUGS.«V.MHnir.Tw5s g PAINTS & OJtl, DYlE WOODS &MrgfSWe I GjaGCBBfESj'FANOV ABTICEBs"^ifetS I °f ™h":livyulbe sold CHEAP AS Tin^St^mT-' -h fcVV-'s' T. i-i .' ¦<- 7^-f.^?*^^^^^^i: ;.'V5'' •*<¦ : .r^-'l-te^M^igA* . '¦ ,'.i --.tv r-.- --Price.] , ! ic-'v**? '-.J. ''Vvfca?-- 1 Sands* Saisaparilla jji [oi) GregoryVtdUi^-'. " W | "iakrhenm remedyl 00\ruWWte'h j&$l' - „, | Eoma^eyebalsain 25 •nl»-t™''---!,;- ""^ WJsk | Indian.Pajiacea 2 0§ Balpi^olumWa 50*75 1 Mcmunn'iehxofopi- : ; Hitohcott's, ariti-buVk-r | *^ ,U..i 25. iuuXpuir jr. Th I PhnmeyVPilU 25 »i37 Covert'sbah»3rfJifcl,5*) 1 Mofi^Vllfe pills 25 d%0 MichauS^JffeWi^raslt 'S 9 . dorjPhaimx-bittet*; l[oo Lee's-Pilis.' • A l- -fJSi I :Sherrl!an•. med, lp«^j|fi>: Brandre$h*s pill»^^H I dp-fever^ agne.i^^ Bil J'osWpiwimm'i'nuai S 1 ab^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

':' ¦, ' h: :-;BU^iSDIBECfj)^.;;.;: ^ j . ..;^r, |-76HN..H;i.lwMdck,V^J];'::^ ATTORNEVj- AT hXWi Montrose; ?-Ps.-^HIr1Tfi^| moved h» office to Turnpike. strfcet, Nor th aids,-| one door East of the blBce of B. T. Case, i'Eiq... and three (toon west of tho RegUter Printhig Ofr I fice. - ;*' • -• --|!"' ¦•; j ¦ >rr--'iirpi|?j.-<^ SMITHS, ST]S|ENS 4ATS|^®J Cabmet and Cha irMakep—Montrose, SusqtssbMM coantyiPfc ,;, ..' || - - " ;'.i-=.'i-:nJ-Siyfe t ¦ ' .'-,. W^'3"*"!- ii-I i-^r.siwrwuvi4,;;; J • "'¦ . *j ssntH «,.,., { J .. ».-.*vssffi^"•!:,. ¦ ,'¦ - ? '•'.. .;|'^CALEBr^EKS,;|C?Tr:-s Bsddle, harness and Trinut-Msksr^Sho p otmesiss the Farmer's Store. . .-;.,.. iis*si i*-''*'''?>-iVj ' ¦ >$%.' } R. SEAAt^^ro^O^^^ A'j^pod assprtm. nt of Dw Go^; Cii^W> Hsi ; wsw.*te'^.^^i^*ptKitoav««»^ Deslsria Stoves: Wfayi^,pry:Go^-fyr#M \Wf^^ yfci v^-O;^^^^! SlSpilJiSS&W^p^ DealtwMiiOTi ^T»fci^-.8tstioMWW'-0*BsS, ^Sf|iSte»5SsWQ^11l^ DeaWsteHaU Caps, FuA;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

ot and of : • ¦ ? . . Interesting Correspondence. . .'.i. .. . . ._ . 1 he Arctib^sbops Armagh Dublin have acknowledged in, handsome letters the contribution in aid of the poor of Ireland, withoutireference to their creed, sent by the Protestant Episcopal Church of Pennsylvania^ The following is the correspondence!* ": Bsihop Pottik to the Archbishop of the Church offrelimd. To his Grn£e the Archbishop of Armah, Lord PrimateE of all Ireland.—My Lord—The undersigned, Bishopof the Protestant Episcopnl Church in Pennsylvania, being deeply impressed with the tidings of famine whtcli have reached .this country from Ireland, requested the clergy under his charge to collect frorfll tlieir respective parishes contributions forlhe relief of the sufferers. The request has been promptly and cheerfully Complied with. In addition to the large sums which have been contributed by the more affluent ^members of the Church in the Diocese, which have been forwarded through other channels, the co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

¦ ^toertisjenunts. New Goods !« THE subscribers have received iheir usual well selected stock of GOODS suitable to the seas-^ son, which will b.e sold at pjices to suit the times for CASH OR RESADY PAY! ! Their assortment comprises almost every article the People want in way of pEY GOODS,, such ai BROADCLOTHS, SATINETS, CAS8IMERES, TWEED& tfc. Ac. I And lots of summer' stuffs, ^or boys'and children's wear, 4c. Among their j CROdfeERY Are some of the newest patterns. '¦ HARDWARE too numerous to menfioja. i\ In sjiduion!niey have a ehoielotof '.,..,....,[.., , . • | • • ! GROCERIES, ,', ; i Such as SUGAR, MOLASSES, SPL ¦ ¦ ¦CE8r:FISH,^eJt-^rJ--'-? *^»[[ ''' AH of which will be exchanged for' " " ! "W/VlsfVsr B«|sswW,,.Fe«tb6^,BotMr,i aW^^^m^^m ,1 Montrose, June 10,1847| -l^ANTkD to^^^^ Vdsc/'FUrTW TV » bs dsaivsr^Tbyltbs 1st slay ofciOsssfcarl ffintrs&jtetiY: ] , ! iihWHa.%1 -: June 10- , I jj,, >.¦•: t f]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

PINE NEHTMS AT NE^T TORS PRICES. LM. REXFORD, |of BINGiHAMTON, • N. .1., has made airauseinents with tbe NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for the sale of TEAS in Binghamton', and caujfuruish hia| customers, and the trade, with Teas at th4 same prices that the Coiipany charge for them in ?<ew York] which is, at least, from one; to two shill&gs cheaper mi each pound than the Grocers sell a| And in] every case where these Teas do not give satisfaction I the money wilj be-paid back for them, i \ Catalogue ofj Teas. - GREE.Ni Young ilvson, good, ¦ I $0 3?j do. do. sweet cargo, | SO dp. do. fine cargo,; | j 75 ' do. do. silver leaf, '• ' | .1 1 00 Silver htaf—seldom sold evesb; large dealers, be. cause oi the small profits m>de on its sale—is a very superior Tea. % -j do. do. golden chop, | | 1 50 Golden Choj>—This is the finest Green "tea cultivated in China. It is of the |rst pickra|gs,.aud ei-•cpls all other Green Teas.fir the delicacy of its fijavor, st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

^«^i^«iSiSt^f"~'"* %,; ^cvExe|M'**^ wntnitteift of ihej Susque-- kaiina Ckwrity Agrii ultural Society|liave ar-• ranged tbajiremiurr s to be awarded at the annual Fair and Cuttle Show of the Society, to be bel^ in Oct ober next, as follows: For ^he teslnere of winter wheat, $5 00 • Sina best, f " " , 3 00 ' For the besf acre of Spring Wheat, 5 O0 , %vA best \ " " ] 3 00 •For the best acre of Com, , 6.00 :;.iS»ndbest | ;" .»! l . , $ 00 tFor the best; acre of Oats, 3 00 ?For the bestihalf acre of Rutn Baga, 3 00 .. |<ii •< Sugar Beet,; 3 00 ti * « it r<»to».'»k o ao For the best! acre of Potatoes a copy of the Farmer's Instruct >r, Bor the best Butter n »t leas than 10/lbs. 3 00 For the bestlclieese 3 00 For the besilGow," 5 00 '2nd best 1 " . . 3 00 For tbe best Heifer, tbe "Cultivator" one - year. I; For tlie bestfCalf, n copy of the " American Veterinarian, or diseases of Domestic An-: iinals.'*- j For the best Ewe, 3 00 2nd best j " ore copy of Mor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 June 1847

BANft NOTE LIST. ¦ ConaECTtn weekli pun thk r turd's sjovocatr PENNSYLVANIA. Under $5s . , 4 dis Philadelphia batik, par NEW HAMPSHIRE. Stan Si Mec bsjk pa AJ1 solvent bants j dis Moyamensing bank par - MAINE* Teun township bank pai Calais bank 10a— V s bank notes': 25 dii Agricultural bank do Girard do ;| pai City bk Portland do Pennsyl'a do !; pai Damariscotta do Oermantown 5 pa' Mercantile bk do Del co at Chester pai Stillwater Canal bkdo Chester co at WGjhesterpai Bangor Com bk do Montgomery co;; pal Westbrook bk ; do Farmers' Vt Bucks co pai Citizens; M- ¦J- Fsnnerr dk B*4«rg psu Tt>lobe bk do taston ¦ ! pai Washington co -do Northampton ,j no sal< Frankfordbk do Lancaster bank:! pai All solvent banks £ dis Far bk Lancaster P» ' VERMONT. Lebanon 5 1 di Bank of St Albans 1J dis Harrisburg I 1 dii Bk of Bennington — dis Middlctown .!' 1 dii ¦ All solvent Kinks A dis Carisle I I . MASSACHUSETTS. Columbia brilgfe pa AD solvent banks J dis Northumberland pa RHODE I...

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