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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 October 1837

, ' i p. ,:' 4.. k.ri OCT. 28, 1 837. VOli. II. NO. 4. WffiCMMG JTO. St. WE LABOR FOR- OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAX, WW TM X A SHISTEM y TESSAS REGISTER Is published iccckly, at the city of Houston, by Cuugkr & Moore, , . -proprietors. intended. They proved thai to constitute residence, both the "animum ei factum" must combine; in other word- the indhidual mutt be on the sp.,t;and be there with the intention cfbecoming a citizen; both of these components of residency mit concur; one without the other avails nothing; an intention of residence may oe often engrafted upon an in- o'clock P.M. Mr. which was adopted. llains moved unti tomorrow morning 10 o'clock Satotcdat, Oct. 21. 1837. T.'ie senate met pursuant to adjoin nment. -When Mr. Burton rose , .rtion to change the domicil may be fully commenced without any corres- TERU S4cnffo, fixe dolmrs a Vc-av, psivlile in advance.-..-- pondent change of inhabitancy being antiiAiIy nuidc:'JJomicileum re iisiti" one dollar a square lor t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 October 1837

k - S I t r -3 i vir 'Resolved, That the communications now received Jrom tne secretary of the treasury be referred to the committee on ways a moar. nnd Mmf rimv rnnnp.st a conference with the com- (fnittee off finance of the senate, on the subjects referred to, and at'two hundred copies' of the communication ut pnu.u iui She use ot the house. t ,. , s. A communication was receded from tlic auuuor relative to the claim of John H. Baker referred to the committee on claims and accounts. " . , r A joint resolution selecting a site for the seat of govern- ment, was taken up. read the first time, and the rule being sus- pended, was read the second and third time, and passed. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the land bill was taken up in committee of the whole. Sir. Jack in the chair. After many amendments, on motion of Mr. Gant, the committee rose, re- ported progress, and asked leave to sit again, which was granted. The bill regulating elections was taken up and amended. 'On motion of Mr. Rus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 October 1837

5 fdTl5Tii t- .fillip spfcSs&i perishable property of Dr. Cnaunccy Goodrich deceased; com- IfcSlE'hree Negro Slaves and such othor personal property as may be t'W&ttSZr r.nocc:Win ASilDiIiI- O-UU n, autii"r. Wi 5& ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. v5rf nr nf a decree of the honorable court of Probate for Harris- 'ivirn- rnnntv. I shall expose at public sale, to the highest bidder. hrtav the 2Sth inst., iu the city of Houston, between 11 and 3 o'- tz&- . 'as: 5j-fKV possession. Houston, Oct. 17, lS379o tf. u . &The above sale will take place aiour simuou oituirimy luuuuug 3th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. DUS w jiUJb AUAma. r f.-aiBil lbs SaBe. fHE undersigned offers for sale the tract of land on which he now I lives, situated in Biiley's prairie five miles from Brazoria, and the JK;Er,.-.nn, tV,v "Tnrmn. This tra-t contain between ei"lit and Slfsll hundred acres, qf wnyjcji two h in Ired have been cjeared and are vPlilr fence" This i' cc: tairijly the h mds - nest situation i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 October 1837

k u- (V 1 a r v HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. k continued from second page. also concurred in the first amendment to the bill regulating elections, but adhered to the second; and that they had passed ,a joint resolution in regard to granting letters of marque and reprisal; also a joint resolution for taking a census of the repub- lic, and request the concurrence of the house in the same. ' The committee rose, reported the bill as amended, .and asked to be discharged granted. The bill was then taken up before the house. Mr. Gant moved to refer the bill to a select committee; after considerable debate the motion was lost, and the bill put upon its sorond reading. Mr. Branch moved to amend the first section, winch provides for the olection of three ' land commissioners in each county, so as to elect the commis sioners by a joint .ballo: of both houses of congress, instead of 'their being elected by the people. lhe amendment was . adopted by, XE A-Sr MessYs. Baker, Branch, Douglass, Gazler,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1837

-i i fic'A . s -s- . ' v, PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CRXJGER & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a. year, jajable iii adrance. -Advertising, one dollar a square for the Urst insertion, and fifty cents for each continuance : eight lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more har? three lines each, cards of passengers, and an- . nouucenienu of candidates for political offices, will "be charged at the common rates of aihertisinr.. $IU1 advertisements to br'paid for in advance- AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH. In the United States J. Brent Clam:, New Orleans. In Texas Buly, Gay i: Hoxet, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Foe, Columbia. Theodore Ben- j.ett, Br.izoria. AV. W. Shei'ard, Montgomery, Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. v E. T. Branch, Liberty. "Jos. Rowe, San Augustine. D. C. Cunmngh .m, Mma, or Bastrop. , Ys .4 saaaa&5iBJs3atJji'rivj.Jv--!i- &K.SAJ51ixy&2&i'i ffvy? PJZXXXi' tSJi.-QUS. yjJggT.i iaaAUa".aHSJiSJbr'xj.-icr!w - 1j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1837

Frafejr -1--5? r TS- S. v J & '$"' f. f. is . 3ry ars of opinion that Texas seeks annexation to the United States of the North at the expense of their Union, Therefore be it Resolved, That this house disclaims such a doctrine, and expressly declares that no such in- tention ior wish exists on the part of the people of this government. The joint resolution requiring the secretary of the "treasury to issue the promissory notes, was taken up and laid upon the table. The joint resolution to suspend the operation of the law for direct taxation; was referred to the committee on ways and means. The bill to amend proceedings before justices of the peace, wr.s taken up, Tead a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading. Mr. William Brennan, the member elect fiom the county of San Patricio, appeared, was sworn into of--fice and took his seat. Mr. Rusk, chairman of the com- mittee to whom was referred the bill requiring persons holding archives belonging to the land office...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1837

V h. i rugs, HEedieisaes, COOK & EWING and physicians prescriptions putup with accuracy and dispatch A. EWIN6. Houston, Nov. 2, 1837. 9S-tf FoafiST TflEBs. ii the soMthern part are extensive forests of Live Oak and Musquit; in the northern part are found Pecan, White Oak, Post Oak, .him, Hackbcrry and Mulberry. Game. The Aransas bay and the neighboring prairies are the winter resorts of innumerable flocks of wild geese, brants, wild ducks and plover. Droves of wild hor- ses, (mustang,) and large herds of deer are found in al- most every prairie, also a species of hare, remarkably large. Tarkies and a species of grouse abound in the for- ; ests. Towns. Refugio the county seat, beautifully situated on the east bank of the stream of the same name, was formerly one of the most flourishing towns of western Texas. The inhabitants carried on a very extensive and lucrative trade with the Mexicans of Chihuahua, Co- ahuila and Tammaulipas. It is now in ruins, having been almost entirely d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 November 1837

5 fjgssjawmMaw V 2 - Ir- lM-- " a 15i..vV'& HLW I " h K r . A NEGRO TAKEN UP. 0$ the night of th 5th inst. at the house of John Millican, an'the east side of the Brazos, 10 miles above "Washington. , -bays his name" is Luke, and his master, Eli Bordlow lives in -Louisiana, . on the-east side of Red river, 7 miles above Camp- tf! iieis about 40. years old, a feet 10 inches high, nose short tml thick', brow high, hair mixed with grey, complexion common.-; he-has a scar over the right eye about 3 inches long, caus- edy a blow with a stick irom a mulatto; a little impediment ia hi? snecch : states that he has now none of the clothes he wftre when starting, which may have been in the latter part oi Any. Washington county, Sept. W, ltw nu-Jt 2iHse;-Sigia; and rssaaticBata! Paiat- ,J leg-. ,pbo subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of Houston ft . J. and the country ntlanre, that he intends carrying on the - -ahuve business in all its various branches, in the city of Iious- V. y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1837

r-"te?5's ifVJ ff-i 2 u i, I i V" ." - $ "PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY 0RTJSER & 3IO0KE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS '.Subscription, five dollars a year, "payable in advance. Adierlising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each continuance: eight lines, or less, i considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three line each, cards of passengers, and an-nounceruents-of candidates for political offices, will he charged at the common rates of adertisin;.. """ All advertisements to bpipaid for in advance- ANTI JFOK the telegrapm. - In the United States J. Brem-.Ciakk, 'Ketf Orleuus. In Texas Bailv, Gat & Hoist. Washingtoa. c1 Col. Gso. YV. Poe, Columbia. Theodore Bzv--,. atTT, Bra7oria. W. W. Shepat-.d, Montgomery Lake creek. -Judgr Usher, Texaua. E. T. Ifecn, Liberty. Job. Rowe, San Aiifastine. D. C. Cukm.gi:au, Mina, or Bastrop. v a B55awy."4w-t 1 ''a1..' i-a-a t - -. i---iv: TL?W',-y."'VM i II. N. 47. "WIieEiE RT. 99. WE LABOR FOR OCR COUNTRY. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1837

V s , .v h-4 N ."55 !-V 1 i LT- - i& .veyor for each county- Aa amendment vraa offer which would give the obeqiion to the people of the respec- tive counties, aid iiwa3 rejected fay TEAS, Mr Speaker, Messrs Brennan, Claik, Doug- lass, English Gant, Hardeman, Lmn, Lumpkin, Mene- fee, Pierpont, Ponton and Powers, 13. V NAYi, Messrs Bike, Branch, Burleson, Gaziey, -Grigsbj', Hili, Jones, of Austin; Jones, of Brazoria? Jack, McKinney, Patton, Rusk, Roviett, Siberian J, Tiwrnp- son and Walker, 15. 'A'message was-rec-iived from the senate informing the liouse that the senile concurred in the joint resolution to "-,-uutlFonzc the appointment of an agent to p-ocurc vessels for-the-navy. The president of tho republic appeared in the hall, and was invited to a seat on the speakers stand. A"messagewas received froii the senate informing the ouse,that they bad parsed the bill requiring persons ha - , - tnglafiu' archives in their1 possession, to Iranc'them over r to the commissioner of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1837

4 I- We-areinol iucllndd io make any rash promises; but, we hope that we shall be able to give our readers, in our next, the information that we now regret the loss of. - ' Nacogdodies Chronicle. TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY TTRAKCIS MOORE, Jvx. -3- Mansion, -Satuirday, Not. 11, 1837. g' General Lamar arrived in this city on Tuesday last, on the following morning he visited the senate, which lie addressed at considerable Icngth,in an a'ole and eloquent manner. We re- gret that we are unable to furnish his" speech in this paper. It !&$ ivill appear in cur next. The prommissory note? i are generally circulating at par in this city. Two or three individuals only refuse them. And it is -worthy of noticetha.t thee two or three, are not men "who have borne the-brunt o f the war ;" but are parsimonious things who have crept in lilcjjackalls, at the eleventh hour, to fatten upon the wants nf our- citizens. They are ever ready to claim the protection-of. th' government; but are unwilling to lift...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 November 1837

..k - ' 'HOUSTON. dEALED proposals will be received at Houston until ?9tim20th of December next, for carrying the mails- tirom the 1st January, to the 31st December. 1S3S- on the following routes, viz: vNd. 1. From Houston to New Cincinnati, via Shep- herds store, 100 miles ; weekly. Leave Houston on Mon- day.8 A M, and arrive at New Cincinnati on Wednesday at8PM. Leave New Cincinnati on Thursday 8 a 21, and arrive at Houston on Saturday at 8 P Til. No. 2. From .New Cincinnati to Nacogdoches, via Ne- fh&V J.' Durst?, 110 miles; weekly. Leave New Cin- cinnati on ThurayS a h, and arrive at Nacogdoches on Saturday 8PM. Leave Nacogdoches on Sundav 8 A - M, and arrive at Jev.- Cincinnati on Tuesday 8 P M. "b No. 2 From Nacogdoches to Game's Ferry on the Sabine river3 via San Augustine, Milam, 60 miles ; week- ly. LeaveNacogdocb.es on Sunday S a ar, and arrive at l..-Gaine"s.Ferry do MondayS PM. Leave, Game's Ferry on Tuesday 8 'A M, and'arrive at Nacogdoches, Wednes- 5 '" i&y 8 P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1837

-3r r&i& u. k r m 3 x-v - - - -. 2.' Vi.d-Hjlv : SO .-uoii - .lUft THISTEiEGKAril. v In (he United State J. Brikt (JmrKj-CNevr - ?;LISiEjD Y&&3.Y.BY' JmVGiXl & KOOKEj PROPRIETORS." T-tHLAIS: Subscription, five dollars a J ear, payable in advance. Advertising, one dollar a square for the first insertion", and fifty cents for sacfa continuance: eight lines, or les, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more "thaii three lines each, cards of passengers, and an- uounccopntrof candidates for political offices, will Le charted "at the common rates of adv ertisins:.. rJ Hlprlxcrinentsto br paid forinadvance- ""i .' - ' ' .TSTW Col. NSTT, .JLake ; ' Bxa-scu, Liberty-. Jcs. Rovve, San. AujjuStiac-, P. C. Ctr..H?HA3ijI3Iina, orJJastrop". ! t .&& Cxb-iii!wi-r A jLtaab-Jge J :.!'iii6iA.y.1aiaiay o i ai.:b.iOKF sSS 4& & ''mW 5p? 9R 1St III Hf ' J$k 'fP1 SfSff lnvie?as B,ui.y? GayJc Hoxhy, Washjngtbp. Gfio. W. Pou, Columbia. TulodorJBe5- TiJr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1837

i'f f -?fi . ' v HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1837. Th house met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Jones of Brazoria, chairman of the committee to whom was re- ferred a bill to repeal the charter of the "Texas Rail Road Navigation and "Banking Company"5 reported that having understood that there was a proposition faetore congress from the stockholders for a modified charter, beg leave to return the same. MrPatton, from the committee to enquire into the expediency of recalling our agent for the sale of land scnpTn the United States, reported a bill to recall s.iid agent and forbidding the further sale of l.nd bcrip, bill read a. first time. On motion of 3fr Jones of Brazoria, a select com- 'mittoe were appointed to examine the unfinished business of the house of representatives of the first congress, and report the same to this house. Messrs. Jones ot Brazoria, Rowletland Hill were appointed the committee. , Mr Patton introduced a resolution that it be a stand- 'iiipprule ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1837

rr The deicription of.Rcd River, countv, nvill appear in our :next. v coiDiuxirATrD. To THE EDITOKSOr THE TELEGRAPH. Gentlemen: Entering into j our views a exprsscu m jour LOST OR MISLAID LL persons ni e rautioni'd not to trade furaccilam dole of hand, drawn bv Niles F. Smith and J. A. JScwl.mds, in favor of George Folej" for one thousand iloilurs, bearing dale the first May, 1837, iayabtc in ih c months after date, with the lolloping endorsements. llril5C X llll- Cl."i2 7."i 'i'l.n Iinlnn,i of cmtl nntn has bfnn 38th and 39 No's, on the lnoispensaDie neces-ny ui augmenting, "" - ", .? ''- no oniai Sj iiuLunjy 01 pre- -w ""j juuij jo, pamiii urn. nr nmv. as the safest and most efficient mean k ventin" an invasion, but for the annoyance of our cnenijr on his own coasts. We, a respectable portion 01 me citizens 01 j acit- j son county, being pcrlectly aware irom recem w.xpenence, 01 , the infinite loss which must accrue to the country at large, but i -" more particularly to the wester...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 November 1837

If' r Almriim-TUJ?3$- NOTICE, i wi KM?. ' . PAY HI! FAY U&j! j; ETTERS ofadnanirPorlfhving been granted! HP HAS J. SAZLBlTand gj LJ g;-8 A JLLpeM.ns indebted lo the firm ctFitahotl andGill, S,Mr , .1, ,;. .M-r - s , ,i u med a coDtirtnership m the practice 01 Litiw lntmscit. m. . ' fi:p.yne pAbfite.coarcoarrkbargcc uly, -n ihc -: propose to connect with their professional business a land -&- are requested to make immediate payment, as fur- estgiejofilernjvcthenopdson Smith, notice is hereby a-cncv. for the mirc-hase, location and sake Ian'', and the in- thcr indulgence cannot be gh en. Columbia, uct J3, v-i tt JTJ. Ulitt IT & 'JIL.L. BOS WELL AND AD. A MS AVE just received per schoonor Select, a large lot of Provisions and other articles, mz: sS&-, B1K- JU . . JesSsSsk Ja. s -- ---- -t-i oiven-lo all Persons Having eiainiSj&tgamst said estate, to lesticration ol titles, lor persons in uib Lmra owm uiu - present themtiuly authenriented, -within , the time pre- v-h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1837

K v m. P&BLISBEX) WM,Y,BY OKTJGER & .MOORE j PROPRIETORS. TERMS: SubscriDtion. five dollars a Year. A&ENTS f OR THE TELEGRAPH. ., lit (he United States 7J. Brkvt Clark, New Orloans. , In Texas Bui.y, G ky Sc Hoxey, Washington.. Col. (tho. W. Poe, Columbia. Thkodokk Be.- m.tt, Braroria. V. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowe, San Augustine. D. C. Cv.vM.NGii si, Mma, or Bastrop. ' payable in advance. Advert Ming, one dollar a rsquivre lor tne erst insertion, and fifty cents lor jacb continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered a square, marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of nassenrers, and an nouncement-; of candidates for political offices, will Be charged ?it the common rates of adt ertising.. ' All advertisements to be paid for in advance 2aEaSSS!2rS33!S!35?'TETS53P'S' ugm'j-ujyt i,i .,..nicijv.-Wc,aa- .''M-'y-,W7S'-nmW'-rX "-'JiA-iiaRg yJj. n.- 49. WHCNLIi NO. 101. WE LABOR FOR O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1837

'' : ' .r Kv -mnn,i .intie-1 cessitv of a remedy. The resources of the, scveral.it is Believed, tint under the direction of the gen- 4d a ftll for raising a public revenue b) impost duties, cesaity or a remeo authorized the ' tlenian who is placed at its head, a system will very Teadafirst time. M Baker from the committee on conn- counties up to h,s ? aot 0nhis Tfect Fsdon be established, and the facilities of the coun- iSS y they are connected with the de- tmfMrBrnchasked district judges (when information shal be partment, greatly increased tune, ranui.u.iwu rnaiiafin,t time. r. , x. r ri,,V i rliWl the immediate I The nuhtia of all republics must be regarded 'Gamot'ionof Mr Patten a select committee was p- tAil 'of accU3(id, From this course, no preju-' and esteemed as the bulwark oi liberty; and parti- .. 4 n ..innif Whi p thp cnimti-v wi cuianv so, winie tne generation remains wmui Uliau lu nit; uuijjiat, u" ..- -j i.ii 3 the appointment ot cmer jusuuua ui - - ij jeas 'courts po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1837

1. v b" 55. -J 23i eSS' TELEGRA.PH. '-EDITED "BY FRANCIS xMOORE, Jirx. lfostoia? Saturday, Wot. 25, 1SS7. W .. .ii:-.rtfl Ki mf:!;'ir,n nn Tuner! jit The president in person, ui.ii" - r ,, , - 3st in the hal of the house of representative, and before a rnoi crowded aa Jicncc. It was received with general approba- tion and applause. The long and painful illness of the presi--&S dertt, had occasion I apprehension in the mind, of his friends, that he-would be compelled to limit his me ig- to a few crude and hasty remark, upon the present situntion of the different departments of government; he has however exceeded their most sanguine expectations. JTkc crow of the Caldwell, which has just armed at Velasco, Stethatthevwercinformed by the offlcersof a revenue cutter, -which they met at the Balize and which had recently left the -coast of Mexico, that nearly every vessel of the Mexican na. .vy had been destroyed during the late severe gale. The books of the stock commissioner, wercopo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 November 1837

AfcAR&ISTilATOK'S N$TI$IL TT ETTFKS of administration having been granted?! I j Dy the probate court ofHarrisburg county, upon the state of Merriwether Woodson Smith, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate, to present them duly authenticated, within the time pre scribed by law, or taev will be debarred; and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate, payment, or they will be sued. EDWARD BAILEY. Administaator. 'Sept. 16, 1837. 88-tf $100 REWARD. STRAYED or stolen from near thi city, 3 ov 4. days sinre, a chesnut sorrel horse," (American.) 'about 14 hands high, some white on hit fore fef, with ihc letter L branded on his fore shoulder,' which side not recollected; and in good order. Also a light bay Spanish horse biand not recollected, has a. few white mark", but where notre- collected.'I will trLve'thc above icward Purine delivery of ikf. horsesu-and the detcr'ion "1 the thirl it stolen, or a suiiahlfiL-rmvard for the li:re alone. J....

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