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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 May 1845

Democrat I have sworn upon tho AUr of C!ol, eternal Hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of 5Ian. Thomas JoOV.on BLOOiVas7?UIlU, COLUMBIA um,NTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 17, Volume IX. 1845. Number 4:o3 5653 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. opposite Sr. Paul's Cmmoi, Main-st The COLUMJUJl DEMOCRAT will hi published even Saturday morning, at TWO nOLL'jUlSper annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Eollarn Fifty Cent s,if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than mx months; nor any atscon tinuance permitted,unlil all arrearages arc discharged. JiJ) VER Tl SEMENS n ot exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollarfor the first thrccinserliom, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscr'ti'on. $C7V liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE GAltLAKD- With swettal flowers enrtch'd, From various gardens euWd tuilh care." t;u: Gitoo.nvji.i.xroiiisJitHTunHfi Eve...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 May 1845

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. MAY 17, 1845. RHODE ISLAND. VVq have observed with great pratifi ea ion, the m.u ktd expiesaion which tht A,Jminanatlon al Washington hat givei ot M symp-uny with the popular cutis in Rhode Mind in all U appointment Dial have hern niHtJe in Hut staie Thev have all been ttelcciud f m anion the active members of llio sutliage pr ty, the zealous friends of Governoi U.nr. is llez From the Gallon Argus. Tho lone talked of cafe of (lie Corn- man wealth vs. J effekson K. Hkckman Eq , was concluded on Friday evening Mail. Tim, it will ho recollected, win in indirimcnt for adultery agnnst otir Sum Soiia'or lor tins Liistrict, one vli ich hs made much noise it) rough he Commonwealth The charge Wat .pread abioad by u reckless and de.tper le fiction of poll' ical enemies through he medium of a still more reckles lev winch upon all occasions took his iiiih lor granted and spnko of him as hough he were already convicted. The )iibhc mind was poisoned the facts reverted men' opin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 May 1845

MAIL LETTING S OF 1815. The recent mail tellings in the slates ol New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusets, Kliorie Island, Connecticut and New York jliavo been matte at a reduction over former (contracts of 9105 000. Thin is a hand Spume mt tn of money for the now I'ostmas ler General to save to tho Government. Dkatii at tiik Card table. Letters 7 from Algiers mention that the bodies ol E9 soldiers, who were playing cards at the Slime of the late terrible explosion, have 'since been found, with tho cards still in nheir hands. A Russian, named Ermctt, in 1835 vis iled Cincinnati, s poor, ragged cobbler. lie could not make a living, and therefore went South and engaged in the manufactur .ing lucifer matches. He returned to Cin cinnati, a few days since, worth 920,000. A person who has been travelling in the Western Slates says there is not a lady Uvnstollliu Allcghanics, over the ac of I l 5, who is not either married or spoken ft. Nauvoo is hereafter to be called the city of Joseph! The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 May 1845

WE'ItE ALL COWARDS IN THE DARK. A medical friend ofours who. some years since, visited Paris under chcumliVC-uut yJlHS00' stances mol favorable lo an entree lo n; PERSONAL IN IDENTITY. mol inleresiitu' circle thai of the Mii-j t hjs uf.cil Jae() remjrkcd ,ow'oasi vivois ami ei supporters 01 me 'biupiic, it-iiB a tn.B heard ll reUteu uy ine ceieoraieu wen- rri tuxct iman?, one ui n.ipmvuu udins. It was at a dinner party, com 1 -f ......!..-... . f '..i..mI.iii pOfeU 01 some 0 ruivivuinui mn mj, a lew ol their younger relatives, nu ine scion of an exiting, on a visit fiom liis home in Ameiica, and lo whom our friend owed his iniioiluclion lo the ci r -clc. Some question arose about bravery when the jounger mcmbeis of the com pany weie tlecirified lo hear the vener able and heroic Excelmins gravely and tet fouply declaic, thai all a cre cowards in the dark! The General smiled t their explosions qf dissent, remaiked that it was ven like youth,' and pro ceeded to tell the following anecd...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 May 1845

I liavo sworn upon tho AUr of Clod, otornal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." -Thomas Jefferson II. WBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Volume BX. J3L.OOMSE3UIIG, COLUMBIA 4JONT5T, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1845. iVmiUicr 5j OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, on'ositi: St. Paul's Ciiuitcn, Main-st Thr. COT. UM1UA J).EiMOCJ!A Twill be published every Saturday morning, al riVO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within thcycur. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months: nor any discon tinuance permit led, until all arrearages arc uiscliargta. ADVJUITISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inscrtcdat One JJollurJor the Jirst tltrccinscrlions and Twentu-tine cents for event sttbse quent nscrtion. CJ A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the yea LETTERS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. THE SPECTRE SHIP OF SALEM THE GARLAND. " ll'iVA sweetest fltiiucrs enrich'd, From various gurden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 May 1845

ed by an appropriation of the public do main, and not of money from the Treas ury, and as the public domaiu was rapid- y ajirg)rmou in eacn succeeding year, he plan, it practicable and expedient, hould noi be delayed. They according y recommended the subject (o public Mtenlion dm ing the recess. LA TER FROM MEXICO. Dilfs from Me xico to the 22d ull. epresenl (hat the ueneral fieline at V(M Ciuz ia in lavor of a war, and hat the prevailing impression there is lut the Gove. nmenl will declare it so 40011 as it finds itself in a condition to do so with efficl. Tho 4 American vessles of war were 'till lying at Sacrificios. The most intciesiing intelligence which we find relates to the fate of Sj.i ia Anna and those involved in hia over throw A proposition has been intro duced in the chamber of Deputies thai Santa Anna. Canslizo and tho lour ex Minister? who took part in Issuing the decree of the 20th of November, closing the session of Congress, may avoid a trial upon the condition of e...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 May 1845

12 A Wtn'd FallUiscovbrv or Ancient J'iieasuue. The Macon (Geo.) Messen ger gives uii account of iho discovery of hidden Ueasuro lo llio amount of forly-fiva I ion sand dollars in Tamil county, in tiiai lulu. The discoverer, on blowing up the ' roul of a trco, dUcuvcted three dollars, and ' rw digging deeper succeeded in exhuming A the above Urge amount. The money was 'found on the land of Mrs. Gray, a widow jjuf neerfy circumstances. ft il a 'The Special Mission to England The (Washington Union positively uonliadiuts llio rumor that Mr. Calhoun was about to b'o'appointed on a special Aission to Eng land. Letter from General Jackson . M. J Hives publishes in the Union llio fol lowing extracts from a loiter received from .General Jackson, confirming the report of tlio approaching dissolution of the old pa triot. 'IIhumitaoki May 3. 1845. "My dear Mr Blair; " I ins is tlio tlnru etiurt l maKo to ac knowledge the receipt of your kind anil much csieomcd lavor of the 1 1) ill ultimo read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 May 1845

-im.M..'1 JUncoiirscinent lo Men, What encouragement lo industrial!' habits and perseverance, is ilia acquis! lion of knowledge and hc improvement of tho mind? As wo look back upon i ho past, wc lead of hundred who have risen lo stations of honor by I lie 1 1 own cxui lions. There i no! an in Blanco on record, whero a man pir 'forth all his energies, and determined 10 do something, who did not reach ih lop of his ambition. It U not tlio.-i wlio have what is called n liberal educa tion, who arc the most useful men ii the world, anil who a'.ono can occupy stations ol trust and honor. On the contrary, the most lalontod men in oui country belong to thai clais who re ceived their education al tho woik bench, plough, the press, and tho anvil. Who are tho prominent men in our Congressional and Zpgiolativo halls in I ho pulpit and at the bit? Those who weie cradled in poverty, and fought thcii way through much sorrow ' and tribulation who met with lurd rubs on every side who were despis ed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 May 1845

The Columbia Democrat m I havo sworn upon the Altr of God, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomai JcfTefBon H. WBB, EDITOR 3jJB PROPRIETOR. Volume IX. ai-ari-iir-ra OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosrru St. Paul's Ciiuiich, Main-bt TEP.MS : The CO I. U Mil Ml I) EM OCR JIT 'will be pithtivhed every Saturday morning, at TIVO DOLI.HRS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollars I'ljty Uents,iJ not paid within theyear. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months: nor any discon tinuance permilted,until all arrearages are discharged. jini'ERTlSEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inscrledat Une Dollar jor the Jirsl thrceinscrnons, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. trrp-.'l liberal discoun made to those who advertise by theyear lK I I lilts addressed on business,musi be post paid. TTIE G Alt I, AND- " With sweetest f lowers enrieh'd, From viirious gardens cull'd with care." Endkm Names- 11 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 May 1845

flc Crnrzel ruineb iijtc him. in thoTev olullon; anil thai, by his wllL ha had ordored an advcril.mcrit to" be Inserted every work for Ihree yearf, 'thai Ihi brother might come forward and claim .:. - t ...- ii. . t .1 is uuimu lunune. no Jtirtjuea Ghazel stands now before yon; it is I 'Without delay I sehout lor La mi tin ii 1 It and only returned rderday. Ynti notary, ''continueil ho speaking to Ma damo Ile-vial, 'is minK' from him I hoan of tlio lortotided marriage of vonrdaunh ler. To that angfl I. owe rnv life, and tlio least 1 ran do is - In present hoi 'With a part of that fortune,, which' 'Without her, .never would have reached my hands.' 'Bui, Monsieur,' and M.ulamo Re vial, with amotion, 'perhapi you have a fnnily?' Yes, Madame rep1 iad "he "bowing Iowa ho spike, 'it you will admit me into yours. ''Ah, yoit-havo mido pirt of our fam ily tor such n long tim l' said Anna .pressing tit her hand; those of M. de "thazsl; then, with a goslure full of niavette-and grace, pointing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 May 1845

Mr. Fux, llio Uriiisli Minister, being' Roman Catliolia I)aptifms, were con- xbout lo give up liia present residence nt tlcmiieil by llio Presbyterian Genoral As Washington, has very graciously offered scmhly,at Cincinnati, 20ih inst. Yoas 100 beautiful eollecliuu of rare plants for tbo nays P.not voting 4. Majority recognizing public gardens. jlho Uaptlsms, 109. Tito question was. wiietnor iuotuatiiulio Ulitiicn whs a cliurcl ORGANIC REMAINS. The Franklin ('Venn) Democrat, of lite ' tlat jt ;9 noti imlt iiiHlant, sayn: 'Mr. Sltumakc. living iix miles south of this place, in digging a ivill on the top of a hill neat his honne.dis- of Christ. The Assembly has decided RAHINC A SALARY. I'ho New York True sun savg it is rumor . . i . f . .. i . p . oil tlinl n n-innltni nf Inn l)...li coveieu me mines ui an animal oi most " "--"(, i uoojrnu uiurgy m enmmoua size. Ono of the teeth and ono ,,la, cil.v "as hcen held, at which it was ftnlof the neck bone is now in our ufilce.,esolve'1 10 ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 May 1845

A COMMON INQUIRY. 'Whaf does that young man do for livinu?' is I lie common inquiry, as tome foppish, well drtsstd individual passes.1 A GREAT COUNTRY. The New York Herald has the fol. Dr. Jayne's FAMILY CLOCK. & WATCH WTT'TiTnT'WPTIC r ft tta'i f.ii d iifltn rrm.,. nuiruuiii uiiormi me ciuzcna oi urtjivxio wiit lUiyiU. Columbia county, and the public cenorallv ThU If.ir Tnnl h.. nM.i...i t,...,iir..i it lihat ho has located liimelf in Bloomsburcon Main Hair In tho heads of hundreds who had hwn h,l,lMtrccl PPite St- Paul. Church, wheto ho baa for war It also nutifica llm lirl frnm Il.n.lM.n Pcncd hop, and la now ready and prepared to by. NolhinK nuthine at all.' is ihe lowing in lis corresnonitanrn- freqnen reply. 'Hut what support. 'These Ivvenly-nlno Slates, with about him in hi, exlr.vip.nce None can thirty more to bo formed, making 61 in toll-out wo being a Yankee, haro the i all, will place us in a very salisfacto .privilege ol guessing. I hut young man ,y condition with re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 June 1845

Columbia Democrat t. I havo sworn upon the AUr of God, ctornat hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Joflirson If. WBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume 1X0 BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUIVJE 7, 1845. dumber 70 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosrri: St. Paul's Church, Main-st TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCJMTwill be published every Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLLARS per annum payable ;...;..,.;.,..; n.. ttt.ii Fifty Ccn'ts,if not paid within theyeat No subscription toill be taken for a shorter period man six monllts; nor any Uiscon tinuancc pcrmitled,until all arrearages are uixr.iiargcu. jj) VER TISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously insertedat One Dollar J or tne Jirst thrceinsertions and Twenty-five cents for every subse aitent nsertion. iCTV liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must be post paid. THE OAKLAND- With iwectett flowers tnrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care" Tho Spott...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 June 1845

(MLlAIMA DEMOCRAT. JUNE 7, 1815 I'foro the Public Ledger THE iUCE YESTERDAY. Sh. eking Accident Fall of the JBuildinsMitny Persons Injured The great race bolween F-tslnon ami Peytona, yesterday, upon the Camden Course, wd attended by thoiMands ol persons f,oin Philadelphia ,1,B "ur rounding country. Every kind of ve hicle waa in rrqtilsition, and the whole way to the Couise could be traced for a nuln or two llV the clouds of llust. Hundreds of padcMrairia footed it along the road, unable to procure a earner of any kind, for love or money. Hie .mm. Bt the around was an animated and Amone the crowd the usual number of gamblers, with then mniriiiif. were the must conspicuous. The building in front of the Judge' stand, erected lor me iceomniuu.uuii nf spectators, was crowded in every pirl; in the room below persons engag- -.1 ftrit.binrt qntl I'll minis, above and CU III uiiui(, r. n- ..... 1 upon tho roof hundreds of individual, looking on at the preparatory move m ft n 1 d n f the hor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 June 1845

From RkkneWi Reporter. A Change lor the Better. It cannot but bo gratifying to every Philadelphia!!, to notice the mnny itnptove- menis tliul huvo taken placo in Uio city anu i,ri) uhiuhs within n lmrl lime. There are lew uf us who cannot remember the gloom and inactivity by which Philadelphia was characterize! a year- or two njjo.immeeli Btely after the failure of iho Bank of llio United Scales, and the other many mone lary disasters connected with the fall of that Institution. Indeed, for a lime, it was quile diflKull for our most energetic nnd enlerprisng citizens to mustoi courage ade quate to the crisis. Stores and houses fivcte to rent by hundreds, and at rales ruinously low to owners. A fearful panic prevailed. The clouds of misfortune teem ed to hang heavily over us, and it was difficult to discover even a solitary ray ol light in the future. Atony millions were lost by our citizens in one way or another and the whole community suffered. Hut thanks to Providence thanks to th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 June 1845

r SCIENCE. Tho inaugural address of Prof. .RIaikj, delivered on the 7lh of J;itiua iv before -flic Mkciianic'., iNnxruTB of New York, has been published in that city, and reccivestlm favourable nolicr of Ilia press' Tho following extract wi cupy trom tho Avening roil anil cn dotse tho cililor'sremsrks that the road will not find it loo long: I mention these fuel only in thn hopi of showing you thai thore is pleasure In studying the sciences, and whon v come to Naturnl History wo shall find tho study of thai still mora amusing The animal and vegetable worlds an well worthy of observation. Probably you all know what is meant by xcvcloid Jf we make a spot on tho periphery of a wheel, travelling on a piano, tho tig ure which that spot describes is a eye loid: Now, there no figure in which a ootiy can bo moved with so mucl velocity and such regularity of speed; . not even the straight lino. JMathema, ticiana discovered this not many year.1 ogo; but Nature's God taught it to tin Eagle bef...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 June 1845

Columbia rrat ). I havo sworn upon tho Altor of God, otornal hostility to every form of Tyrauny over tljo Mind of Man." Thomas Jpiroruon Volume lA'.j" OFFICE OF THE DEM0C11AT, orroaiTB St. Paul's Chuiich, Main-si TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will b published every Saturday morning, w iU'f nnrrinc ' 0 ., tt s iijtj.siiiu per annvm jiauauii 7,,. ..,,,. i. ,. '..... n'.ti I'V'il Ccnts,if not paid within the year No subscription will be taken for a shorlei period than uix months; nor ami discon linuancc pcrmitled,until all -arrearages arc uisciiurzcu. Jil) i'ER TI SEMENS not exceeding a ............ ...:n i... i? i.. . i . ay (cure vt; ;uii.iiciiousnj inserted ai ijiie. Dollar lor the Jirsl three insertions arid 1 wcnti'Jivc cents for even sttbse qitenl nscrlion. ICT-Ji liberal discotni made to those, who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. THIS ft A HI, AND- " With iweclcst flowers cnrlch'd, From variuus gardens eull'd with carc" The CJornian V:it Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 June 1845

COLUMBIA DCMOCttAT. JUtiE H, 1815- 'GEN. HOUSTON ON ANNEXATION. -Gen. lloutton has made an address to the citizen of New Odeans, al theii request, relative lo Texas affiirs and an ncxation. The la'tir pari of his speech possesses interest as it professes to cx plain the course of BCtion which In thought it politic to put situ in reference in iho project of aoncxttion. Gen. Jjfkson poaks with great kindness am) confidence of Gen. Houston, whoso vis it hois anxiously expecting. He eaya, Thti nimc into the Union Willi an United voice; and Gn. Houiton, as I know, puts his shoulder to the wheel to roll it on speedily. all is safe; and JianeNon will have the honor of this important deed.' Gen. H ttatcd that in 1830 he voted for the measure when It wap heforo the mottle. that the first act of his adminis iralion foeinc iho first constitutional President) was to despatch an agont to thts government, lolloweu anoruy oy another with rx'raordinai y powers con vpv!iii7 the wishes of the people ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 June 1845

The llotlgcf, two Mormons, who com milled the miitdera r ci cully nror For ftlailison, have been taken liick Irom Nan Too id Iowa, where iliey will undergo (rial 'I lit- I'lilsbuig fund in aid uf iSc sulfercrs lit ihe grcni I'tinllauriiliDii in thai my, in I'lmllni! tin iSno.OUO from the jiutpaitiiunl Ki SI tU Gob .;), TIib laei Lycoming Oazelle mention! the ileum of Mrs. Sarah Ulias, of Williams porl, who in a deranged fil drowned herscll in ihu canal near that plane. Sho has left a husband and iwo children to mourn her IllSiJ. ( ,..;. I)i. Alonzo l'oticr has accepted the office of Bishop to which ho was appointed by tho late Episcopal Convention ut Philadel phia. ' r.T1! j 1 ' - TO DESTROY l'l.lES. A correspondent nf ihu Cincinnati Chron- K'le gives tho following: Ii is perhaps hoi ijenerally known licit black pepper (nut red) is a illusion for many iuseclti. The following simple mixture is the best de siroyer of the common house lly; Take eqtril portions of line black pepper, fre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 June 1845

SVS5 From thi New York Expreu. HORSE RACING. A.i the community here havo recent ly, been much excited by an exhibition of this fashionable amusement, and as it is likely to be so, from lime to lime, as long as gambling and disiipiiion have their vol3rler, it may bo well to give come facts relating to tho character and tendency of horse racing. .Probably there is no country in the wot Id, in which this amusement i ear ned on upon so large a scale as in Eng land. In that country it is countenanced by men in every lank and class of so ciety from royally and nobility, down to the lowest and most worthless indi viduals in the community. Someyeart cince, an article appeared in the Lon don Quarterly Review, in which the science and practice of horse racing were fully explained, and their trlcki apd.fraudj exposed in a very forcible manner. For the purposo of letting those of our countrymen, who are dis posed to engage in this system of in iquity, know some of tho villainies, -a d the risks...

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