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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 May 1854

r ) s- i I , bv.! - 'ill Iii:. X Vi! ; .i iV.i ' 1,11 IT. . l.l l" "Xv f-' VU 4VV, '?i rfn L" .I 1- .. .X X B' T A. fiCODWIN". RIIOOKVILLK. FiiANKLIN ('OUNTV, INDIANA, Fill DAY, .MAY 5, 1851. VOL XXII NO. 20. ) RateaoC dTrilnncrtd upon Tr.uifticutt Ailvmiiiin. Oni'iHrir Im,I'N uki ILW S wnu itk Vfriy Advcrtiäiuj;. dt 1 1'!"' t- omj4r..i Un fodftu l ruluma S uio .t ).'' 4 bw. -. " I )tlf. Oti Ualfof rUiMu Swat. .lo,w Öa .'A. M 1 4 uliM. .' Onicoa;un3mk 4iu4 .t..3J.(Ai M . U "'" r.r nrl tiiM-riiuu ovr i:ir wk t.i ur ronUU of 530 tmU' Due ,iou r.r,l. Ai.) iui y U U.mi .(lurj to Uj ru.i. Cin-uil i.a u.wiuon t tJittCuurt, At uilMUlnt Ho ui uiujr kuuftM, Mtut to j lit uHJVI iMarM, UM C4J Will w mil u iHa4iil mIM Uj iru.ijr' fotf. Alloruj)tl 14 nrfl4 (4,MMiit4 (ar M Ijrfml vlfrut wrU.-ma U) , , , ., jL'ai.Monn.iti;uUiJ-uorvry dawrljiLou, $1 ia MiM.riiMitua lwmii uJ r uul-xa-rwoa.auu uoi uirAja uu lb copy lor Pclltja MKlMUjr Uk IUMrUlU4, Will U t.lU IJ I .i.t iljr.4 uaW uU fydtJul rJ4ir.n n...

Publication Title: Indiana American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 May 1854

iE! IITOi AIIBBI E AU. BROOKVILLE, ITIANA CT SIXQLE COPIES cf the ISDIAXA AHfEHrCAXcm be bad at this offlc, uca'.ly enveloped and propaid with atamp. at" ctfti each. K3YC3 rOTIC3,XT1 Some of our papera last week, were poorly printed and some other de fee ts attached to thera not necessary to mention. Did Toa notice it? Perhaps 4 the paper you got was ono of tho defective ones. Now just hold a mo- , mcnt-and we will tell yeu how it happened. One evening, week before last, tho captain of one of our canal boat entered our office with tho announce ment that he bad. at tho wharf, "a new printing machine" for ue. This put all hands, and even the editor. In a State of excitement. Early tho next morning boxes, bars, wheels &c, fcc, were lying on the pavement In front of the office, in profusion and confusion, and our foreman, who bad been confined to his room for two days, with a badly cut foot, was assuring us that the arrival of tho Power Press bad cured him. Alas, ha was mist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 May 1854

The following bill haj cassed the House and ia now before the Senate. AN ACT to graduate the price of the Public Landi to actual tettlers and ealtirator. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Representative of the United State of America in Congrexi assembled. That all of the public land in the United States which shall have been in mare ket for ten years or upward, prior to the time of application to enter tho same, under tne provisions of this act, and still remaining unsold, shall be subject to sal at the price of one dollar per acre; and allot the lands of the United States that shall have been in market for fifteen years at seventy five cents pcracre;and all of the lands of the United States that shall have been in market for twenty Tears or upward, as aforesaid, and s till remaining unsold, shall be subject to sale at fifty cents per acre; and all cf the lands of the United States that shall have been in market for twenty five years and upward, as aforesaid, and still remain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 5 May 1854

Ttlrg rMpumt AmuMn tnisukt orr.ftimts tale place in telegraph di-patches. A few .lnjasince, ntK mnn ttl graplted to one of our vssurn cities to jiij intelligence of his daughter, who wan ill. Ia return he received a laconic reply from htr attending phpicin which purported that ho was a grandfather. Heavens'." he exclaimed, throwing down the missive as if it had been hot cindtr. "Mjr daughter a child'' Then striding to his closet, he grabbed his coat and hat and struck a bee line for the cars, muttering; "A pretty muss indeed a child my daughter in such a predicament and unmarried too! Oh, such a disgrace! .In a few hours he wss at the sick root of his daughter. The physiciau was surprised to ste him sojoon, but politely toli him that 'the girl wa?. wag;tticg long uite finely.' Seit is girChty?' gasped the father. Of course sail the doctor; "don't you call vour daughter a girl?', Ah "hum Tts but, the child." Child!' wondered the docror "what child?' Why. sir, did you not send that de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 May 1854

7"1l" f if K NT 1 1 "B- A. A.-it- it ki;i ' .. mm. kl -V IJ'i ' ' ' J J' v U K Ml M vn Mil JNI I ill irt. f -- . X 7 . 1 ... I -til ft , i.t. 'i 'i '-.n v-r.t v v.n ? I ; BY T. A. GOODWIN. Ilatosat A4vrlllnf 't upon mf ' rbri Transient A'lvcrthing. . Om eniiaranc Im. Ilira 11.00 r..r irf aainul aanio ter 1 W'Mttn .. y..... ,...'.. Yoiirly Advertising. One tvr ! "iü'Iül Ott fwiitU Of e " S nue.. , , . . lyor ,3w One belfof iwl o. - S,1 Ob column 3 mos...... '"SJ'JJ!! hmot ...' M IS m ...4U.UO rr aar trtioii over ihr week tM ltoH'W woBitas,ttstta Sisare lll AMttar imiIiU of MO Hn So. par.il. nUiinlU'ii'iirtwH oCeJ fall aimr fmclio or l'junr, i 7v,m ..,4 lilfirrtHOiorilW' i1 kair. m lo lukra. ul a . .tirvmt ua '.omm rotCourt, minUir uef mW wumJ. m will ..,1 in U.U. uf 1 fr am prinuf f. AJuru;i U im kIJ Niutul (i M l(fl - enimurUcrulbjf liiüiu. fl t au.ribr,a t u iho wtt r ol r lAJrtrti'iU uoi nurk.nl or Ui top for rwMiiiwa auiutMr of liiMruou, wtU t eouUnu4 cJiM,uuUMU-yrrr u attuiu. 4w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 May 1854

1ÜUDÜ I AD A AUER C AH . BKOOKVILLE, INDIANA rniDAT nx- u, isu. SZr SIXOLE COPIES of the IXDIAXA AMERICAN csn be had at ibis offlee, neatly enveloped und prepaid with atamps, at five ctntt ach. Now that it begins to do good work, we venture to apologize to our readers for haying goto to the expense of procuriagit. We might, indeed, have asked their pet mission, but we intend ed, for once, to do os we pleased. But now that the deed is don, hear our reasons for doing it, and then con demn or aquit, just as you please we don't care ft copper which. I3CKCAIE I.t CIRCCtAttOM. In, the first place, the number of papers we hare to issue every week is already too great to bo worked off on an ordinary band press, and there has been manifested such a disposition to make it still greater, that we intend to be ready to accommodate air that up ply. By the way, we have Uen a little amused of late, at the anxious inquires of some our friends about our circulation. They tyd heard that it was dwindli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 May 1854

aiuuval oftiu; -irnicA. T3T.ZS DAY1 LATE3 1X1X1X130 CE, EASTERN AFFAIRSTHE WAR. THE 11 A LT I C FLEET. Some adJitional captures bad been made of Russian merchant vessel, ranking the whole number ten. The En2vih fleet was off Gothland, at the latest adrices. The report that the war steamer Amphion was ashore is untrue. The most incessant activity in completing the war preparations prevails in the Russian ports. The Emperor Lad a heavy CO gun frigate placed at different range off Cronstalllt, ta ascertain the effect of shot and shell upon tha forts at the greatest distance. The French squadron that haa tailed from Brest to reinforce Napier feH in the Baltic, numbers twenty-fire ships, of all sizes, of which nine are ships of the line. Tho Russian force afloat in the Btltic amounts to thirty sail of the line and a corresponding number of frigates, sttamers and smaller craft, whose crews are well trained and have been together six or seven years; also, 800 gun-boats. THE BLACK SEA. All ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 12 May 1854

THEB050II SERPE1TT. BT MR3. C LEE IIDiTZ. Poor, foolish Kosoraond! he had wrought herself up to a state border ing oq detpair, and the revulsion of her faelini was so ureal that she almost filmed ia the arms that opened to enfold her. Her folly, her madness, her injustice and selfishness stared her so fearfullr m tas lace, she was appauea and self-condemned. Like- the base J a Jean, she had been about to throw away from her "a eem richer than all its tribe 'a eem of whose priceless worth she had never till this moment been fully conscious. She made the most solemn resolutions for the future, invoking upon herself the most awful penalties if ihe ever again yielded to a passion so degrading. Bat passion once admitted is not so easily dispossessed of its hold. Every sflf-relym effort is but a flaxen withe bound round the slambering giant, broken in the first grasp of temptation. Jealously is that demon, whose name is Legion, which flies from the rebuking Toice of Omnipotence alone. Ros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 May 1854

I V7 5.) I ; BY T. A. GOODWIN. Ilateiof ldrtllnf oaonreett upo bf the mbacrlbei-e. Transient Advertising. One,u.reorlr.i,Uiro wek 11,00 For rj iiMittoual acrtioa under moniti Yearly Advertising. On vnin or lew, on year Ou fuuritt ola columul mot . " s mo l,, uw i year. lia On half of aeolumu 3 mot 'u' Gmo. ..... .w.lHJ M It MV4. .......... ...D.W On column 1 m " HI! t Ohio.. ...... i 13 mi 4'"" For ca uiunion oer ihre week tiw leee than three mooU,SM ente a ,ure 111 b iuu. A ,uro coniu orsao m tea niioe nparetl. AnytUiog io uian aiiuro iw u wuuWUaaa full .uaro; a fraction over a (Uure, a a Hü re auJa aalt, a fraction over a ,uar aua a tail, a twoiuarsa, audit) on. Circuit ami i'oiumou loa Court, A-s mlnlitn tloa mad oUmr l uoikno. tausl ti Jtd I aJ . ....... -1 rwjiil. 11 b-M !! ., H UiL. .'' aHorUi lti l. loruoytwul t) held r.,ntuitl tot Ihi) t'.'al aU AunouuciugcjmUUieorry Uicr1itlon, .rr... ... ......... ....i i ia iiuiai ua in Hol AJverwaaneuu not warned on tha copy for a paeiUe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 May 1854

Iii IBHAHA AI1ERIE AH BROOKVILLE, INDIANA FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1831. 5T SINGLE COPIES of the IXDIAXA AMERICAN cm be had at this office, neatly enveloped und propaid with stamps, at n centt each. tus xtuTOTAcnna Qnsnc. Wo refer to this quesiioa again, beC . ... caoe wiwconcteve that proper un aertaiiuinc oi me poiiuuu pennce men, in regard to is, or of vital importance at this time. That there is some difference of opinion, as to what is best, none will deny. Some, conceiving that merer form, and under all circumstances, alcohol ia mischievous, aim at an entire and tnconditional suppressions of its manufacture. Others, supposing that most of the evils can be prevented bj throwing judicious restrictions around the sale of it, do not propose to restrict the manufacture, but to take an oversight of tho liquors, even in the manufacturer's hands, and not allow it to be sold by him, or others, so that it will likely find its way into the tippling houses, or elsewhere, as an article of beverage....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 May 1854

i?n Stltgtapl;. F0URTAYFLÄTfFR03 EUROPE. d m iTuniL THE GREAT'GALIE OP WAR FULLY OPENED. Bombardment of Odessa. Partoftna City Dsstroygd. EIGHT RUSSIAN VESSELS DESTROYED. BtlEADtTlTI'S LOWER HE A VY DE CLIXE IX BA COX. 2s tw York, May 1 5. The steamer Atlantic, with advices from Liverpool to the 3i inst., arrived at this point this afternoon. Commercial lutellljrcnce Cora had further declined 2d per quarter, and jellov as quoted n. SS and while at 39. Mcllenry says "bacon had further dtcliued 2 per cent and was still droop ing l'ork dull and in but limited demand. Beef brisk at full prices. Rica dull and drooping. General Intelligences The report that OJcesa vm bombarded, which reached us by the Canada, was correct On the 24ih of April the allied tieeUbombarde J Odessa ten hours. Part of the city was laidio ruins, four run fort":?ses dismantled, and eight Russian merchant vessels and one Austrian burned in the harbor. Three of the Briliiih bombarding steamers were badly damaged, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 19 May 1854

mEEQCOIIGEItPEtl?. BrMll.CZ.KI 2.ZSTZ. COXCLUDtD. Rosomcrnd listened to his retreating footsteps, she heard the dvor heavily close, and the sound fell ca her ear like the first fall of the damp clods on the cofUn, the signal of mortal separation. She remained pale & a statute, gazing on tho withered flowers, counting tha ouiclc beating of her lonely heart, beliering hersei doomed to a widowhood more cruel than that the grave creates. Cecil's simple explanation, stamped with the dignity of truth, had roused her from the delirium of passion, and seeing her conduct ia its tue light, she shuddered at the miew. Her head ached to agony one moment she hrrered with cold, the next the blood in her veins seemed changed to molten lead. "I feel very strangely," thought she "perhaps I am going to die, and when I am dead, be will pity and forgive me." She bad barely strength to seek her own chamber, where, throwing herself on the bed, she lay till the shades of night darkened around h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 May 1854

J n - jT iw. . ; 1 -MM W r ft IK 4 ?N' ''- i; . v s y V- v v' v i r i m ? l m it Nr. v I 1 UV T. A. GOODWLN. Itattawf 4rrlUlnx wn?rrvi upon &r lit iibcri r: Transient Ailver'isiit";. On 'nrnt l ww.ka ., ),on Kur rj additional tortiuD inula mitu ..S3 Yearly Advertising. On i-Mre or l, oua jaur 3X0 Out) fun flu of a eolu in m 3 inn. f I.UU M6tua W.M I )uitr Oa bat f of a column 3 mo. .....lu.oO Hutu WJM w -4 in oi au.ti Oa column 3 moa ,.'.1UH) M ii U.mO " 13 wo.... ... ...O.MI -For etc lun.riioo or Ihr erki uJ ! tbaa llir uiuulba, 43 cut (iuar w ill l)t A xjjar ronlta of 830 ru ten line Sonparoil. An)ltii.f Irmil! au atuare lo b eouuUUaaa full auar; a rravlion over a auaro, aaa uaM ami a Mali; a fractiou or a aquar auii a kail, u tu fhusroa aujauau. Cirvutt aua oiuLu.Mi rldasCuurt, A-9 minlatra Uou an J liier legal uuliea, taual bit paij In al vauvtf or a.upl) jcurnl. In uo laij will wo aan Ut iaaua ol a lit I Tor Ulti prlutor'a foe. A ltoruojia will bj bolil rMuiul for l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 May 1854

TM IWHAHA AIIEfll C AH . BROOKVILLE, INDIANA rniDAV, nY so, tszu rST SLVOLE COPIES cf the IXDIAXA AMERWAXtm bo had at this Sice, neatly enveloped and prepaid with stamps, at five cenis each. The Chanticleer, and kindred whisky prints, are giving currency to the following from UunCt Merchant's Magazine, a3 conclusive evidence of the failure of tho Maine Law. It bears tspon its face its own refutation. It has been repeatedly and successfully contradicted by men of known veracity, who are not ashamed or afraid to append their names to what they testify. Ia this tissue of falsehood the witnesses are "others" whose names are withheld, simply because no rain of veracity dare append his name to such statements. One John Neal fathered similar statements last winter, which brought upon him such deserved rebuke from his own neighbors that no -one who respects his reputation, dares try it again. Hence, as in this article, "others" "one of the police" are made to testify. Give us the names of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 May 1854

Highly important from the scat of War. TWELVE RUSSIAN SHIPS OF WAR SUNK OR DESTROYED. Til IIZ TEEN R USSIA N VESSELS CAPTURED. THE MILITARY STORES AD FORETRESSES AT ODESSA TOT A ELY DESTR O YED. SEVERAL BATTLES OX THE DAXÜBE. THE TL'H KS STILL. VICTOIXIOI S. DECLINE IN CONSOLS, DECLINE IN COTTON AND BACON. ' FLOUR ANDWIIEAT UNCHANGED. New York. May 19, P. II., . Tho atcamei Europa, with a J rices from England, to Saturday, tho tlh inst, has arrived. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The news from the seat of war on the Black fie a by this steamer is of a most exciting and highly interesting character. Tho Allied Fleets had destroyed all the batteries and military stores at Odessa. Two magazines were blown up, and twelve Russian vessels of war sunk. Thirteen Russian merchantmen, laden wim amuQiuon, naa also Dcen captared, and at hat accounts tho al lied fleets had tailed fur Sebastapol. Tho ice had broken up at Cronstadt, and the harbor was open at tho end of April. The American prirateer, "Grap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 26 May 1854

ctsa a. rzzrzzmzj to lvtzi'zizz T1LL1ZZZ7ZZZZO THZ .ruTcrs. The following resolution wai introdocfd in the Smftta Jut week, by Mr. SiiJell, of LoaiviI!, auA fier some discui;oa, aJop.eJ: RoW. That the Committea on Foreign Rclüon be rejueteJ to inquire into tha expedience of authorising the President of the United Stat, during any future rvcm of Conre., to BupQd by procUmatioa, titter wholly or prti!!y. the opera'Joo of the ct ia addition to aa act "for the punishment of certaia crime. Rjalnst the United States," approved the 20th of April, 1813,' and alio the act aapplemcnUry there. a. approved the 1 0th of March, 1833, fcouid, iahii opinion, the public interests require tuen total or partial lujpccsion: luch suspension not to exceed the period of twelve month; tad the causes which hall have induced the Trtsident to proclaim it to be communicated to Congrew im mediately oa its first mretid j thsreafter." The acta referred to constitute our Neutrality Laws, and their object ia to rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 June 1854

y 1 " IT - fei! te äp - .. : I t ) ? BY T. A. GOODWIN. ICff Adrorllalnir Marra Upon tof tU Ulcr4brl Transient Advertising. On iuaror Ihm, thr) wea.t II)0" For aJJiUoo l Mcrtlo anUnr IB Oll ttl . ...... ll J Yearly Advertising. . HnA uittAM nr 1 . 4 Aua vaaf. 5 M) Oua fuunU of a foluiuu 1 mm ......Jl.!l Sim 't, u0 . . ...... ....... ..... Od httlfüf a column tno W.IHI "Siuo ,uO 14 mo. .......... ...IHUW On column 3 mo " HJ t . g uiOLiiiiii ................ 3-,l U B104 M For . iwwruon over lUwa weck it a than tin) uwuUn.ii cut 't'f III to ' ajJl. ' A jar consul ot ao am an lino tonparvil. Au) UUua" la Uian a iuara lo bo cuuif UJul full Kiumro; a rracuon over a juaro, l ir ami a aalc, a fraction ever a tiua an4 I kalt, a two niuarua, autl to oo. circuit auU oiuui'.u i'tojc'ourt, A-o mlnlatrm tloa auU oUwif !! ituücc, nuti ba pant tu ail vancaor auilv cura, Inno ca will wa all Ihn ia-u of au I for Urn printer' ff. Attoriiy wilt t hulU ruuiulti for Ilia IoI aU varvlaing oruarvu uj vucm. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 June 1854

V V m iDDiADi Minimi: BUOOHVILLE. INDIANA SIXQLE COPIES of the INDIANA AUEniGAXtvx be had at this o2ce, neatly enveloped end pre f aid with etampi, at wn each. J ,The tldf r ishalitanU ef our tillage rtrnfrabtr that iu our pataier days wa wets: Aollrfo t, Wow said tram consisted of yoke f cxrn as good ozsa as aver whip wis crscktd over not ft uhlt inferior to tha famous yoke that aur f fie ad Colescott glcrlss la, tow f days. Thry w era large, and lkaly, and strong, and cbediint and viry way to 1 admired, slept that one of them had in unbecoming way of shaking a bind foot occasionally, much to the anooyanse of our shins, If wo happened to la heir tald foot. Though they did not travel at railroad apeed, when they did travtl.lt was to purpose. They were reliable. Wa never thought of stalling if Bu :k and Bright wera before ike Wad, duly yoked aadkiuh trd. Tet with all the excellence of those companions of our youth, they had some ways not so tntich tobe admired. It was not necessary t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 June 1854

rtjw-".tüiiiTi-'t.w" um wwiwjgH,'yTi.miwm , C arrtsponbcntt rso3i oga libsrtt coaar.spoKEEaT. Liberty, JnJlUy fi, '64. Well, tli? North hm Wen old aln, by thoNO uerv1, northern men, irith southern principles. ' The ioiiuUou Nebraska Hill, which bus ken a lone cf conlcntioa ia Congres for o Ion a time, has nt Inst jrwed bjr a rn;j rity of thirteen "Qtei, We are controlled by mea nhotrafljc Inhuman flesh, und blood; whoso Uw is revolrcrs, nd whoso statu to is Bowid kuitVs; und by thoc, or ona other means, they Lav succeeded in getting Northera dupe.v Judas-lilo- to sell their country to tho Interests of id very. And somo of theso Honorable! are from Indiana, lion. J. II. Lnno has recorded his vota in favor of the bill. It i to bo hoped that if his noma ever comca before the people again fur uny oQko. I will be frowned down, and bit Nebraska bill vote be hurled in ' his teeth by every lover of Freedom. tum co cut 01 common H-Icas, At iti laut session, sustained n number of iudiciroents...

Publication Title: Indiana American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 June 1854

Copywrifch, secured eeordlaf to Law. Iii UYSTERI01S ttWM. OR THE SATANIC LICENSE. CHAPTER I. USACI3 CT eCCCTT X7TTCTT. "TU fearful building vpoa any sin Ous mischief a. rd, br!3i niher la: Tho second pal'.tths third, C third draws more; And thy for til Ci net set op lb door." I; wti the fashion tmonj the titbitants of the towu of Harwood to have and mo whieky as plenty as milk. Itrraa their cuitotn to uaa it three times . itj, excepting ia haying, harrcetin j, losing and raieinjs, on which oce:ioni they took license to um it as freely ea water. In a few years after the Cm settlement of the town, a targrn was opened, ctIdently not for the "wctual accommodation of travellers," but for townsmen. This ery aoon became the place of reort, where the aged and the young apent their erenins in playing ctrd, pitchIng eoppcra.amoliing, chewing, rpittin, driakin;, and conversing, according to their feelings and reapectiTO taste.1 It would be amuaipj.ifit were not can- . nected with a subject ao ...

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