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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 January 1854

nwsray txzir. rc.rggIgggftgK3r VOL. 1. FIFTH liKOISIiATUBI DEBATES IN THE SENATE. J. T. WIAWT Reporter. Tuesday Jan. 3. The bill to be entitled An act to amend un act supplementary to an act to incor- porate the Vicksburg and El Paso Kail- road Company 1 eing before the Senate upon its second reading the question was upon the adoption of the report of the Select Committee. Mr. JOWERS Mr. President: 1 have said but very little upon this ques- tion but I now feol called upon as one of the special committee to make a few re- marks. I shall not attempt to follow the gentleman fiom Henderson (Mr. Martin) through all of his moandorings in the dis- cussion of this question for in one breath he tells us that the supplementary act is unconstitutional; in the next breath he tells the Senate that the Vicksburg and El Paso Railroad Company is a hydra- headed monster that would be in the wav of the construction of the Pacific road. If it is acting under an unconstitutional charter how can it be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 January 1854

.in'.tjwtW'mJu.imimimumn'jwijMimiJiiwuwivuvt.tnitf'j.mjw'i imivfJliMJmijra')nimu.vv.iiiya;uKjmiUi.tiuijlm ujS kimmsv' i- ? l. J U . J-8 :. : . fi A. "A"W I'T DEBATES IN 'THE nOUSE. IlcmurkN ofRIr. Waller 'On a bill for the relief of Gen. 'Leslie Combs. Mr. WALLER said Mr. Speaker : It 8trikc3 mo sir that the opposition to this bill rests upon a very flimsy sand pit- .iful foundation it' I may bo allowed tho uso of tho expression. The idea of a State and especially tho great Lono Star Stato of Texas plead- ing tho statute of limitations upon a small claim which the representatives of that State in legislature assembled Jiavo admitted and adjudged to bo just and correct is in my humble opinion not only pitiful but derogatory to the high stand wo now occupy and should endeav- or over'to maintain amoung our sister States of this great confederacy. Tho gontloman from Rusk who had just addressed this body in opposition to this claim asked the qunstion : "What is tho meaning of the law of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 January 1854

vWAftiKyrrwv'Ttf yvpsf-hvrn9i' $jje (T'exns stufr $iiua A Jo. WALKKH PHOlMllKTfiR & liwiIKK L joiin s. i-'oub twiroit. AUSTIN SATURDAY. TAN' V 28 185-1. ggy-Tlic following gentlemen will please uef n3 Agents Cor the .State Tmiw: Hon. 11. U Joluicou CalvcsUm. S. H. nnjjlitun Matagorda James Burke Houston. John 11. Day llrenhum Washington county. Mr. Johnson llastrop. Mnj. Ben. White Tevana Jackson co. Col. rf. U. Newton San Antonio. Dr. I;. S. OvviuRS Ilellenit Bexar co. Col. Goll" llolmd. Koht. W. .Mnrlin San Augustine. 'Capt. 11. Chris-man Caldwell Builcson oo. Build Fry BrowiiHville Cameron co. Wan en Tliom.tR Port Lavaca. John Boss San Patricio. Capt. John Bix Corpus Chrisli Nueces co. S. B. Conley (.ion.uled. Hull & Buikc Burkevtlle Newton eo. J. Lewter Canton Smith cc. N. II. Cos? Chapel Hill Washington eo. J. T. Flint Bolton. Bell co. Houston .t Herring. Sholbyvillc Shelby co. Wesley Smith Wobberville Travis co. James E. Morris Kaufman. George White McKinnoy Colliu co....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 30 January 1854

;tKr n Mr zZgZzz2Qm$&& ft iiHnwWCTB rtf VPVH i in n i iimium.iiwrm'nm.i.f.J injwwii'li 1 1 wmawuiii.MMMHiWO JF j I - f h VI i f i i v p So again with that modcruto and forbear- ing paper The Albany Atlas. And at length vu obsorvo that the unspotted and immaculate New York correspondent of 2fhc London Times comes down plump and full on the side of the Mississippi Sec- retary and his illustrious coadjutors. --- $5$ The tenor of the subjoined arti- clo from the Now York Herald indicates that the late furor of the Tribune had its origin in something more than more hos- tility to the New York Pacific Railroad Company Gen. Grccly had a masked battery in the shape of a Pacific rail road bill in the nanus ot honest Mr. Seward which was intended to batter downtho southern route and protect the erection of a work upon the temperate line of 40 north latitude. While he was very disinterestedly and manfully com- batting the immense "Land Serpent" calling obstreperously for volunteers who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 February 1854

.niti.XCtWJKn.t EM-WEEKLY STATE TIMES. iMSW jumii wuJMHtfmui)iiuuivaiuijumivnw.TV nun mi w inimwnnwwiMiTwminwiHmuwu o.wwwpynwt w i wimiw jp iumhijjwhpbj a BgsanasDB iY n I) u 1 h !Jil; n- II: ! u VOL. 1. FIFTH LKGI8LATURB. BEBATES IN THE SENATE. " .1. T. VKj1N1 Rcftortai'-T " Saturday Jan. 7 1854. The bill to be entitled "An act to en- courage the construction of railroads by a loan of the school fund" being upon its second reading the vote was taken upon the substitute which had been offered and it was rejected. The question then was upon the adop- tion of the amendment offered by the se- nator from Rusk (Mr. Gage.) It pro- vided that not more than one-half of the money to be loaned by the bill should be loaned for the benefit of roads in cither congressional district. Mr. GAGE Mr. President: I offered that amendment because some roads which have been chartered cannot be commenced yet for several years. We are so situ- ated in some places in Eastern Texas that we cannot commence th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 February 1854

MB&sB32tt-- MQcavaaaaBKnnMXMXoiffMRtt! iVSKTOnCSGYCBEXICa I f i 4 t i a-s MJ L 4 that no money should bo loaned for a longer term than two years they would ocrtainly have so oxprcsscd it. To thoso (hen who contend that loan and appro- priation are synonimous terms. I sub- mit to them if the term loan had been 'used in the clause referred to whether thoy would give the same construction which thoy now give it. But Mr. President these arc not half the inconsistencies and absurdities into which the opposition to this bill have fal- Hcn. Thoy como forward and tell us that . our public treasury is to bo stripped of its last dollar that none ot the money will over find its way back and that we will bo no better off in the way of rail- roads than wo now aro. Can it be pos- Hiblothat these gentlemen aro presum- ing upon tho ignorance of the pcoplo to sustain them in such declarations as these? Sir in the first place we havo guarded the security of tho money with all tho precaution that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 February 1854

sjj?twrwwr "EW I tewvwtr-KgmmiiiwJuuJiJtf Several other relief bills unci acts of incorporation passed. Tuesday Jan. 31 1854. Senate. Bill to authorize tho Coun- ty Court of Upshcrjeounty to ihavc cer- tain records therein named transcribed; passed. Mr. Bryan offered a resolution which was adopted instructing the Committee on Private Land Claims to prepare and report to tho Senate as early as possible :i bill embracing all tho claims for private relief for land which have boon presen- ted and which in their opinion are meri- torious. Mr. Sublctt chirman on the part of the Senate of tho committee on enrolled bills reported some fifteen bills correct- ly enrolled and this day presented to the Governor for his approval. Bill supplementary to "An act to in- corporate the Tyler and Dallas Railroad company" introduced to-day by Mr. liOtt: passed. Bill supplementary to "An act to pro- vide for the assessment and collection of taxes" approved Feb. 11th 1850 final- ly passed by a vote of 18 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 February 1854

wwijijiiiwiiiMBUMiiwwJHJiLauwwg'yfU'HwwuftniiMU'fc iy w '' "".""towvamy rjCtrV'"lfJlJ1'Tffr'XT'mrr ?1Cf Vf" ytpt . Mfi i -Jl ''rS '' T-! T CN-V'- X I ? t 1 351. COMMITTEE ROOM January 19 1851 To tiik Hon. H. 11. Runnels Speaker of the House of Representatives. Tho special committee to which was rc- forrod a bill to he ontitlcd "an act to promote internal improvements by car- rying out tho contract with Frederick Dawson" havo considered tho same to gether with tho various matters connect- ed therewith and a majority of said committee havo instructed mo to report favorably thorcon. Your committee aro informed that in tho month of Novcmbor A. D. 1838 Samuol M. Williams who had been com- missioned by President Houston to con- tract for a navy for the Republic of Tex- as and which navy should bo provi- ded with provisions and clothing for four hundred men for six months cn- torod into an agreement for that pur- poso with Frederick DawBon of tho city of Baltimore. The committee are ap- Sr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 February 1854

BBBXarssaiZi. "JEST ' "y MM-Kaw-aAt-X. Essaiifsi ;$ES ti &B r-esaryreaggtcawuaiaggrmarsitaBCTrtMMigM'. ri-v;-cMviVirrr'rwflxTn7VHrriTri'iA VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY FEBEUARY 4 1854. NO 36. &JUW4 laAtfS1. . -c:S- m ifEKESJl fim nil Fi3l Rj E$J i ilwi&iws I MhL 1 &a &&3 i&ivVKvY 'Swai hin Hi iV '"fen i Tr wrtTv--rvfonrttrrfTfcri'? .-3srtsa3)TOCTraiitrnTOcro:tvnjww-iTCTfre FIFTH LRG1SMTIMB. 13J31JATES IN THE SENATE. KcmaB'Sis of Mf. 'ZM "TOft upon the bill to be en- titled "An Act to encourage the con- struct ion of Railroads by a loan of the School' Fund" Monday Jan. 9. Mr. President: 1 have thought for -aornc time that 1 should not make any romarks upon this question on account of my feeble health ; hut as L look upon it as a very important one I shall ask the indulgence of the Senate for a few mo- ments. 1 am one of those who believe that tho Legislature has already done -enough to encourage the construction of railroads at least at this session. It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 February 1854

!Uj isum is.i SST" . r iivv?f WWT' " it 3 Br ": ML jtJS 111- MM uu. i i Jj ure wgfojgggwwgB "w " w.g ' wwumma Hrar'wi'ug.w. rwiu. i-iwamu iw.j.; v -'-g 'JrgJ2g2f: tht maturity of tho bonda on account of tho pressing necessity of tho case to go to other states to loan tho money is thorc a man that would bo in favor of that course? Not one who has truly tho interests of his state in view. Wero it to bo loaned in other Btatcs it could be only to railroad companies for they arc tho only ones that want to borrow money. Those bonds arc the samo as a oan of tho money on the part of Texas; now wo propose to loan it to railroad compa- nies and I challenge any senator to show that it is not a safo investment of that fund. If tho gentleman from William- son or any other gentleman can show mc that it is not a safo investment I shall fool it my duty to vote against tho bill. I think that tho argument of the Sena- tor from Bexar (Mr. Paschal) plainly demonstrates that it would.be a safo in vestme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 February 1854

3T3ttnwB?5E?! IB' Taromvr-'rvrarmTnmTTtriwwCTW others was taken up; bill read third time and passed by vote of 39 to 26. A bill to amend an act incorporating rtho city of Brownsville was taken up ; bill read second timo and passed to third reading ; rule suspended bill read third .time and passed by vote of 66 to 4. Wednesday Fob. 1st. A bill author- ising the Chief Justices of Cass Hopkins Titus and Upshur counties to hold elec- tions in their respective counties for pur- poses therein named was taken up ; bill read second time and ordered to be en- grossed rule suspended bill read third time and passed. A bill to amend an act entitled An act to incorporate the Memphis El Paso and Pacific Railroad Company was taken up; ithe amendment proposed by the Senate concurred in by a vote of 62 to 2. A bill for the relief of the heirs and devisees of Ben. R. Milam was taken up and read first time. A bill to authorise the issuing of pa- tents on certificates granted by the Dis- trict Courts b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 February 1854

V 'J iiipi p. .WWPWWWBV-V. '" ' it-z&y& Wp'iu l ft---" js- vs imwuwii' nmuj'wwmiX'' nwi ! n . tnjn.n I ii n iui .ni)i n');nnt.v;fi;;iyiriUg"r."J'lfV'W''''-vT''' VSTKKSWO'.VjKX irTTigryrirrg7rwsvr-'jiv'a.i1tl'iLJA.J'iiii m mi;;aa- Kf -J VEH h i i m - I ) Rtport Of the Special Committee of the Senate relative to a bill oltitled an actio pro- mote internal imivovcmcntK by carry- ing out the contnet with Frederick Dawson. COMMITTEE ROOM Janmry 22 1854. j To the Hon. Presided of th'c -Senate : A majority of the Special Committee to which was referred a bill entitled an act to promote internal improvements by carrying out the con trad with Frederick Dawson have had the tunc under con- federation and have instweted ino to re- port That the claim of Mr. Dawson is just and ought to be paid andthat bill refer- red to them is most libcralai its terms in behalf of the State and one that if passed cannot but redoundto the benefit of the country. It provides that Mr. Duwxm shall not only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 February 1854

wauj w 1 k 1 m H II wh Shi sS? ff r tssnMtSMxmrK:KSixuxsxxai'KSOixnB aeaaaxamtxcmaassuxuatgaisiiacmaxataaMianKitwn VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1854.. NO 37. r-pgWnff''-MV'yT'V;rr''lUIttVl-K"''JtlVrTy at namwriwgiLLMMMwmfTtqi iifl'f Iffmyftl j ipi FIFTH LBHISLATDRB. BUBATES IN THE SENATE. Wi:dxi:sday Jan. 25th. I?v.&rItK of IHb. Pc!3k Upon the question of the jinnl i(t!isaOe of the bill to be entitled An Art to encourarc the construction of rail- roads by a loan of the School Fund. Mr. President During the protract- ed debate- m the subject of the "Loan Bill" I have heretofore been silent. Deeming it :: diity that I owe to my im- mediate continents to the Senate to the country and to myself to give a brief explanation of the reasons for my course on this subject; 1 shall in as lew words as possible asin those reasons. And here I will sa; . that I have not partici- pated in the excitement which has unfor- tunately -;tt"nded the progress of the loan bill through the Sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 February 1854

EsSwa tKy.kftUi!LjmJiJ jaii'iwinn' 'wtymtspiw fB " WtWWMiWS8KSB3tj4i4ikMrStHftTi'lMBCTMI.BM IwafawAnfc.faIi SfCTBM mem SPels &V SJ W 1 . suit E-i Hi I k . 'j ?j ' Br -' 1 or aiding its credit abroa'd wfaild blast that credit. Whilst tho loan vtoiild thus bo an injury to such companies as might avail thcmBclvcs of it it would also bo an injury to tho State; and so both borrowor and lender will bo injured by it. It has been declared on this floor again and again that the loan to railroad com- panies with tho prior lion of the State upon each milo of tho road to secure caoh lour thousand dollars loaned would be ample and completely secure and tho in- vestment a most excellent one. If I can demonstrate the fact that tho sccurityjaf- fordod by tho prior lion is not sufficient to soourc tho repayment ofilic money loaned and would therefore bo useless thoro williriotthoii remain a doubt that thojnvestmont will bo a bad one and the i loanpolicy eminently unwise and impoli- tic. This I w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 February 1854

wpryftm T !. iiiliiij)i IMIUII 111 i J lfjt'WTmTWVtMWWfV'UtLIIIUUJIWfttimitg.WMfiftji.2V.aiu.Jl'. i 111 iiii iii i i i i diii iii jiiiiJinawMiwim S i i I I Our neighbors of the State Gazette de- vote a long editorial to the Times. The article would be severe but for the "want of one essential ingredient truth. It is remarkable for two thing3 assumption and a complete perversion of facts. Among other novel assertions the fol- lowing occurs: During Mr. Hampton's absence at Port Lavaca Mr. Scurry was in onned that during the last summer the Times then the South-Western American office had fcely indulged the habit of " making re- quisitions " for the loan of paper from the Gazette and that two bundles of the pa- per then borrowed had never been re- turned. To give a quietus to this misrepresen- tation it is only necessary to read the an- nexed certificates : I certify that dining tlio summer of 185.'t no navcr-wns borrowed from the "Gazette" printing oflice for the u&c of the ofiiee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 February 1854

sBSgrs MMiferfiatffrllHtNMWMn hu(ijwi ffi J jiiwwmnw U HWWUkW HXf''-t.i.TV kit.)Hr ".' .' V.lT-WrTBqgff 9 '" : C v I f I t I tjoientious men to ubo that authority in Winging tho oflbndors to justice and not fchiold them from the m on ted punishment which the law cither civil or military would in such cases inflict? But if to fulfill these suggestions bo in their power then the conclusion must be that they have fallen far short of discharging their duties; especially when expressions have been used against tho right of tho civil authorities to investigate the matter ; and obstacles of the most annoying charac- ter have been thrown in tho way of a just and lawful examination. "For what purpose are the soldiers hpro ? Arc they hero to protect tho country against a foreign invasion?-to protect the frontier ngainst marauding parties? pro- tect the lives' atfd property of and assist in'sccuring to citizens tho rights and priv ileges' to which they are entitled? for which purposes they arc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 February 1854

3EZE22aaGB5SE22 ...unjjwaiju i m ibu!A' igz JhJ -l wZAWUIM fcV W. 1 uzatci KtiuijuzarrnKfctt:'W6iri:snBnnyn TRI-WEEKLY STATE TIMES KfjwwxBcsm I ai.-ekin "I'rc''-'MraaOTgCTSTTTO . VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 tttuV!rigijr?iViaagaiu'itiLti.iuuiiiaitanuigjpirnnR! pfPTII liBBISLAfBRB. 1854. NO 38. ajruesTsan BEBATES JN THE SENATE. .!. T. FONT Rlcportcr. Saturday Doc. 31. When the amendments to "An Act to establish the New Orleans Texas and Pacific Railway Company for the exten- sion of the Ncav Orleans Algiers and Opelousas Hail way through Texas" came up with the bill which had been made the special order for to-day 11 o'clock Mr. Holland moved a call of the Senate. Mr. EDWARDS said Mr. President: I hope th-rfc the call of the Senate will not be ordered ilUhe senator froiri Smith ia the only member absent who has not been excused; and that senator was in his seat on yesterday when the two bills now before the Senate were the special order for I o-day at 11 o'clock. Al thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 February 1854

aHWtg'JJJmMUWWIJIBJUHM vyrT ' BiaHiMiMMaaiHiMaaMaaaHaaHMHMHiBriiBBaKBnaMHHMHMHHiaMMMiMMMMMHi mhwwcm wctaaw nmnmii nmwiiMimnjow Iff i I '' .. '.I - m MJUhJiM 1 M '-:: is Ha' mass: if ' rt Ji "'" ' " ' in Sabine county. It is now understood that the LouisianA .compa'ny desire to como into Tcxasmuch farthor north than this. And it is therefore clear to my mind that if Senator Lott's amendment should bo adopted that the Louisiana company will meet the Tyler and Dallas icompdtiy at some point so far North up- on tlio Sabino river as will effectually out off all tho Southern portion of Eas- tern Texas from any and every prospect of railroad advantages. This Sir I -atri not willing to seo. Tho people of Siibino San Augustine and Nacogdoches feel ii lively interest upon this subject; they havo subscribed liberally for stock in their road and I am satisfied that they will build it. If Louisiana will meet them at Fulton's Bluff; and I will here tdko occasion to say that the Louisiana company ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 February 1854

2"C3ff22U2: '"f-inirtrii"ff nfrTii .- iw75iiiKftsv - mu i u simi.J.uaiyaiwtrMV'wiTuetvn"iTnij'twLlAiwiut'njujiJn.iKm ( ywTT-. 8 a IWW--rJimuWi.UWJUl'WBlUtltiiUJBWmiMWilJU.ltwvj;ilJ.)MlWuWItlMB.ll sition to do something it will then he time enough to set aside the money or such amounts as may ho actually neces- sary. - i ... Wednesday Jan. 4 1853. A bill to relinquish to the counties the State tax for the year 1854 and 1855 being before the House on a motion to pass it to a third reading Mr. PARSONS said Mr. Speaker : Standing solitary and alone as 1 appear to doin opposition io this hill yet I can- not permit it to pass without expressing my strong disapprobation of the princi- ple and policy contained in the provis- ions of this measure. I look upon it sir as unjust to our honest creditors to the school and internal improvement funds (for which no provision has as yet been made) and it is manifestly unjust to the new and frontier counties of the State. The citizens of these countie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 February 1854

JWBtaJwMiiBgSgawsg; iir(r.i.i.w ww WTT-wii-'"'T' "TBBM mjvPWlw W1" if m It te-r. l:-ii i && W.V! $ L?J L II1 KiiST'ii helhi I sar.sEr Mi Jwj4C k- & if t? ? ot&iK i! 1 nSsriir1 HJB' imU&' i JwrMttM 'mm . jp 7 P. IB . - -- . . . - . ... i i ii iii junwi'iiimiq ID i i 1 W HlWlTilW ywlWWW.Tfc JJ4 "Tr '" " ' - T - . -- wji'w.iwi luii J'-U'i muw wUi-U!v.bl.1UJ? tv.v' a xji tTi.-ay.a-ari'yvrTrr Hall in Momphia snowing tbe cost of tho stocks of 2208 miles railroad : Railroads Cost per mile. VaUttoek. jrlt Coucord 4245:1 Nashua and Lowell -I2:J1 - Vermont and Canada 31890 Boston and Lowell 11 214 Boston nnd Maine 48107 Hoston nnd Worcester 70231 Kastcm tlG0r Filchburg 55055 Now Hertford nnd Tnunluti 20024 Westorn 05217 Hartford nnd New Hnvcn.. 48387 New York nnd Now Haven 74240 Albany and Schcncctcdny 104388 UufTalo nnd Rochester 30573 Buffalo nnd State Lino 27700 Rochester and Syracuse ... 32.570 Syracuse and Ulica 50.2148W''180 Utica and Schenectady 5l273 195 Watcrlovn ...

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