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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 August 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement 3 CU-. . Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers roach New York at 4,00 P: M in lime for the Hudson River anil Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects at Great Bend with the Mai! train for the West on the Erie Road. OrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1861, trains will be run as follows: JKxisrcss Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train cast on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 1:11 a. m. conncciinff with the ExpreEs Train leaving Great Bend for New lork and Pluladeiphi at Due at New-Milford, Due at Montrose, - -Hopboltom Nicholson : : Factoryville, Abington .: : Scranton, - -Moscow, - - -oO'obyhanna' ; j&: Stroudsburg, - ur Water Gap . . Columbia, :.'' G 45 a. m. 7 03 " 7 23 " 7 45 " 8 02 " 8 25 " 8 40 " 9:20 " 9:57 " 10:35 " 11:48 12:02 p.m. 12:1G " 12:25 " !)12;50 " 12:54 " 1:23 1:40 " 4:00 6:50 Bridgville, -Washington. Junction, New York, Philadelphia, MOVING NORTH. Passengers from New ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 September 1861

Wcvoich to J)0litif0, literature, 3lgrinUtuw, Stiinu, illoralitij, emir eueral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 5, ISSI. NO. 38 Published hy Theodore Schoch.'!Bke up Yankoe Doodle" and he com- TERMS.-Two.loll.rsncrannumin.-.dvance-Two'enced rapidly pacing the room, whist- dollurs :ind a nuartcr. half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the voar. Two dollars anil a half. -o papersai.oniin.io.i unui aiiarrearagcsarepiuu, " ..... ... ir?.-li'p.rtisrmnts of onesouarc ften lines) or les one or three insertions. $ 1 00. Each additional inser ton, '23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. liavin-aenen.i assortment of largo, plain and or Rental Type, uc are prcpareucxccouv scription of Sees, LejjKl and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &o.,prln A 1 1 " t f T I 1VT..n ' nr. ' 17 finnmli ted with neatness and uespaicn, oil rcasonaiiicierms at this office. j overhead "ONLY MOTHER." Tbo July sun was almost in tho heavens, drinking up the water from the little brooks,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 September 1861

6 Bale thereof; and in case of the failure of any person or parsons authorized to act us agent or agents for the collection of the rents or other income of any person residing abroad or shall neglect or refuse to pay the Us assessed ibercou (having had due notice) for more than thirty day after the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun dred and sisty-two, the collector or his assistant for too district where such prop erty is located, or rents or income is pay able, shall be, and hereby U authorized to levy upon the property it-elf, and to hell the same, or to much thereof as may be necessary to pay the tax a-scssed to gether with the interest and expenses in cidrnt to such levy aud sale, first giving 1 Ijc jTcffcrsomau. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1861. (rThe grand Sanhedrim of Democracy will meet in solemn conclave, at Troch's Ho le!, in this borough, on Saturday, when, af- tliirty days' public notice of the time and ,er consultation and the usual routine of po- place Ot !.aie. And in all ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 September 1861

Agricultural Fair AT -NAZARETH, PA. THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY Agricultural Soeicty'H Annual Fair, or Exhibition will be held on the Society s Grouuds, at Nazareth, on the 1st, 2ud, 3d and 4th of October next. Exhibitors and the Public are invited to attend. JOSEPFI B. JONES, President Cnit. R. Hoedeb, Secretary. September 5, 1561. OF VALUABLE Timber Lands. Lumber Works, &c By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Luzerne conntv, to me directed, will be ex posed to sale at public vendue or out cry, on FRIDA Y, the 27lh day of September next, it 10 o clock in the forenoon, at the Lourt iiouse, m the Borough ol Wilkes-bar re, the following described property, viz: All that certain messuage or tenement and tract of land situate in the township of Buck, ' . , : j . ,i Luzornc county, Pennsylvania, mid in the - .-i.:- ..e 'i'li...i... ntl township of Tobyhanna, Monroe county, Pennsylvania, hounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at a post...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 September 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers rench New York at 4,00 P. AI in time for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects at Great Bend with the Moil train for the West on the Erie Road. .OrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1861, trains will be run as follows: "Express Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N.Y. &Eric Railroad arrives at Gre.it Rend at 1:11 a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 6 45 n. m. Due at New-Milford, 7 03 " Duo at Montrose, - - - 723 " Hopboitom - - 7 45 " Nicholson : : : 8 02 " Factory villc, - 8 25 Abington : ': 840 " Scranton, - - - 9:20 " Moscow, - - - - 9:57 " Toby ha una ; : 10:35 " Stroudsburg, - - - 11:48 " Water Gap, - - 12:02 p. m. Columbia, : : 12:IG " Delaware, (15 min. todine) 12:25 " Hop?, (Phila'da. corinection)12;50 " Bridgvillc, - - - - 12:54 " Washington. : : 1:23 " Junction, ... ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 September 1861

JDrootcl to fltolitics, literature, Agriculture, Srinuc, iltoralitu, anir (Snicral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE. COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 12, 1SG1. NO. U Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, halt" yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No panersdUr.oiitimicd until allarrearagcsatcpaid, except at llic option of the Editor. ICTA li'ertiscino.nts of onesquare (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ 1 00. Each additional inser ion, -23 cents. Longer oncsin proportion. JOB PRIjlTlNfjt. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or nanicntal Type, v c are prepared to execute cveryde scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Ulanks, Pamphlets. &c.,prln o,i wftti iip.ttuess anddesnatch. on reasonahlcterms . " at this office. SHERIFF'S PjIOCLxSVJATION. Whereas, by "an act ol tlie General Assein- ! application and make suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 September 1861

JnTl -M-Jm im m I it Wi ' IHIIT ' T '' II " ' ' 1 I SIjc SefEcrscmmn. THTTKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1861. 'USUI Aa-RICTTLTUBAL PAIR. Tho Second Annual Fair of tho Mon roe Countj Agricultural Societj, will be ua on thn SnAioto'a nrnntids. near . IIL1U " - J " p, - ' Rfm.wlcWfT nn inn Kt. 2d. 3d. and 4th of October nest. Wo bope on that occa inn to upo nrand dioplay of the fikil .and, industry of the people of Monroe and the adjoining counties of Pennsylvania, and cf New Jersey. There is nothing that tends so much to tho improvement of a section of country, its fields, U pro duce, its manufactures, and its wealth, as the incitement to outdo ourselves, whicli these meetings iorTrTen3iy competition generates. We are pleased to learn that underthe regulations adopted by the So ciety tho Ladies are privileged to present artioles for competition free of charge. - This is as it should be, and should induce as many of "God's last best gifts to roan," as can conveniently do so, to bo present in pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 September 1861

ry;i". i b i i --ouiMiLj-iw-i-aLjcopgEBiiii 1 1 a Good News from Franco. !Bj the last arrival from Europe we learn tbat tbe Jimporor of tho French has taken fresh occasion to reiterate tbe expression of his entire sympathy with the cause for which the Government at Washington is contending; thinks th Union ought to be restored, in spite o the unjustifiable rebellion at tho boutb nnd detires to see moro energy thrown into the prosecution of tho war. Ho di claims all thought of interfering with the blockade or the war. The funeral of General Lyon took place on Jhursday afternoon, at Eas-t port, Ct. Fifteen thousand peoplo were present. I he burial was at Pbocnixville Speaker Grow, Gov. Spraguc, Gov. Buck ingham, Senator Foster, aud ltichnrd Bustecd, Lq., took part in tho ceremo nies. By virtuo of a writ of alias fie ri facias "to me directed, issued out of the Court o Common Pleas of Monroe county, I wil expeso to talq at public vendue, oti Saturday , the '-Hat day of September next a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 September 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Dclaware5 lackananna & Western EAIL ROAD. Paecn"crs reach New York a I 4,00 P. M in tunc for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects nt Great Bend with the Mail train Tor the West on the Erie Road. OrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1661, trains will be run as follows: Express Paeuger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train cast on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 1:1 1 a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 0 40 a. tn 7 03 " Due at New-Milford, Due at Montrose, - -Hopbottom Nicholson : : Factoryville, Abington : Scranton, Moscow, Tobyhanna Stroudsburg, -Water Gap, - -Columbia, : 723 7 45 8 02 825 840 9:20 9:57 -10:35 11:48 12:02 12:16 12:25 K (l C( tl (i 41 II II P. m ii Dolaware,"(15.min. tojline) Hope, (Phila'da. conneclion)12;50 Bridgville, 12:54 Washington. Junction, New York, Philadelphia, 1:23 3:40 4:00 6:50 ii ii MOVING NORTH. Passen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 September 1861

Bcvotcb to politics, fitcrotnrc, Agriculture, Science, iiToraliij), axxb cncrni Intclligcttcc. j VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 1861. NO. 36 Published by Theodore Seh&h. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in ndvanccjTwo dollars and quarter, half yearly and if not paJ be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and alMlfi No panersdiscontinued until allarrcaragesaieiaid, except at the option of the Editoi. lQAdvertisernents of onesquarc (ten line?) oMcss, one or tnrcc insertions, S i oo. Kacii auuitionaipiser ton, '-j cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOS PRINTING. j Having a general assortment of large, plain ad ntitnentai Type, we arc prepared to execute cveyde or scnption ot ? Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Clank Reoipts, Justices, Legal and other Blauks, Pamphlets. &o,'prJn ted wilh neatness and despatch, on rcasonabJcfcrms nl this oflicc. SPEECH OF HON. D. S. DICKENSljEf. Delivered at Ithica, K". Y. on Satardiy, the 7th last. ! Now when treason is stalki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 September 1861

artist .- aSaf rafts' vot; Sic jTcffcrsontnn. TKITRSDAY, SEPTEgBER23,J8Sl. fiSfTbo Post master-Gencrel has ap pointed Mrs. Ellcnor Moycr, postmistress- nt New Mount Pleasant, Monroe County Pa., vieo Theodore Brodlcad, removed Star Ale. Being rather temperately inclined, we do not-claim to be a judge of quality so far as regards the several varieties of the "Ardent Vhich are retailed in the different Hotels o our borough for the comfort of the " Inner "Man." On the question of AJe and Lnger, 'our experience is somewhat more extended and wc think we speak by the card when we say that the "Star Ale" manufactured by our friend Postens of Scranton, and kept on draught by mine IIobts Bossard of the Indian Queen, Troch cf the Slroudsburg House, ant ati Schug's Restaurant, is far ahead of any thing in the Mull line, that ever tickled ou pallet. This Ale, we are assured, is manu facturcd from the best material, is entirely free from Jidullcration; and, we arc satisfied that its occasional in...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 September 1861

AN ADDRESS TO THE Electors of Pike & Monroe Co'Si Fellow-Citizens : The undesigned, composing a majori- to of tbo Delegates from Pike Couuty to the Representative Convention which as sembled at Stroudsburg, ou Saturday, the 7th ioitant, feci it to be their dutj to present to the citizens of Pike and Mon roe Counties, the following account of their acta and proceedings. In making this statement they disclaim any feelings of revenue or disappointment, but are ac tuated solely by a desire to preservo in tact the integrity of Democratic organiza tion, and to perpetuate the amicable and friendly relations hitherto existing bo tsveen the two counties : The nominee for llvprosentativp, for the ensuing year, wan fully conceded to belong to Pike County, and with that un dcrstanding and id agreement, two respeo- tabic and com pctcut citizens of riuc bo-$ oanic candidates for the Democratic nom ination. The contest was between Mr. Rowland and Mr. Wcstbrook; was unu; eually warm, and result...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 September 1861

r- ' " CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. .Wl, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York ot 4,00 P. M in lime for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects t Great Bend with the Mail train for the West on the Erie Road, and after Thursday, June 13, 1S61, trains will be run as follows: Express Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train easton N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 1:11 a. in. connecting with the Ejpress Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 6 45 a. n Due at New-Milford, Due at Montrose, - Hopbottom Nicholson : : : Factoryville, Abington : : Scranton, -Moscow, -Tobyhanna . : Stroudsburg, -Water Gap, Columbia, : J Delaware, (15min. todtnc) 7 03 " 7 23 " 7 45 8 02 8 25 840 9:20 9:57 10:35 11:43 12:02 12:10 12:25 CI n. m. Hop?, (Phila'da. conncclion)12;50 'Bridgville, - - - - 12:54 Washington. : : 1:23 Junction, - - - - 1:40 New York, - - - 4:00 Philadelphia, - - - 0:50 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 October 1861

SJcuotcfr to JJolitirs, literature, Agriculture, Science , iNoraUti, ani aural Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 3, SS6I. NO. 37 Published by Theodore Sehodw TERMS. Two dollars per anmimin advance Iwo dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not p.nidbe forc the end of the year. Two dollars and a half.- . N p incr.li?RO'jt!nued until all arrearages atepjud, except at the option of the Editut. IC7 Advertisements of one square (ten lines) orl'ss, one or three insertions, $ 1 00. Eac h additional in cr ton,2j cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOS PRSKTIffG. Having a general assortment of large, plain ant or naniontiilType, we are prepared to execute cvcrvtlc scription of " i Cards, Ctrcif lurs, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and otiier Hlanks, Pamphlets. &c.,piln ted with neatness and despatch, on rcasonuhlctcrms at this oBice. Murder in Sussex County, JT. J. John Cruvcr, of Sandyston township, vas brought here on Monday morning by c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 October 1861

ttfan ono minuto half the bells in the of fico began to nog violently. Tbo lodgers above had lost tbeir light. The $20 was fairly woo. )c iTcffcvsoman. THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 3, 1861. Rowland Adrift. Nodo of the Dcmocraticpapers in tbi Legislative District, advocate, the election of Gcoree H. Rowland. Alas ! for the Diotators' pot candidate. Mr. Walton's Speech. We were pleased to listen, as we did on 'Wednesday night last, to the able and pa triotic address made by thcllon. James H Walton, Treasurer of he Philadelphia Mint, at the meeting at. the Indian Queen Hotel, in this borough, to jhe soldiers of Capt. Slut Icrs Company, now organizing as Company P. of Col. Staunton's regiment, In it the speaker, took the bold, unanswerable ground that this rebellion had been hatching for years; and that it mattered not who had been inaugurated President on the 4lh of March last, the status of the country, through the machinations of vile traitors, would have been the same" that it is now. The Hon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 October 1861

later from California. By the Podj Exprrss wo havo later ad vices from California. Some excitement has arisen among tho Presbyterians, growing out of the dutj of ibe clergy in reference to tho precent struggle. 'r Soott of Calvary Church was threatened with tho violence of the mob, and a po lico guard was detailed to prevent any outbreak. t&Tho Morris County Bank closed its doom on the 1 9th iost., and its bills arc no loncer current. What means the Bank mny possess to redeem its liabili ties, is unknown to us. It is fen red that tho failure a bad one. The Egg liar bor Bank is also said to have "gone in' OCT Agents Wanted to sell the Erie Sew insr Machine. We will give a commission or pay wages at from S25 to $60 per month, and expenses paid. 1 lie lMtin is a new ma chine, and very simple in its construction. A diploma was awarded our Machine uy tnc Industrial Association of Farmers & Mechan ics, held at Chambersburjr, Pa, at its exhibi tion in 16G0, over the Grovcr & Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 October 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG- LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Scminery Under thecare of the Rev. J. E. MILLER End Miss M. S. MILLER: . Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided inlo four terms ol 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars : For nil the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : One half to be paid nt the middle, and the remainder at the end of the term. S4, per Session. French, 5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 ibr 12 lessons.' Piistel Painting, $5 ) Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of $200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and mitinn in nil the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case sickness, or bv snecial agreement. Pupils received ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 October 1861

JDcuotcu to f olifirs, fittrnturc, Olgriculturc, Sricnre, Jiloraliti), nnu cncval Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 10, I8SI. NO. Published by Theodore Schocli. ' TERMSTwo dollars per annuminadvance-Tvio neanug ui uj uieuiur oi me garrison, dollars and a quarter, half yearlyand if not paid be- Thej C3D have lights ID their room8 until fore the end.of the year, Two dollars and a half. Cf. . t . . , . , - N papcfsdUconlinued until allarrearagesarepaid, Dttceo minutes past DIDO O clOCK, and Bf- rcept at the option of the Editor. .r,. tcr that hour noise and loud talking mast .Advertisements of onesquare (ten hncs)orless, e. , One or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional inscr- CCBSe for the Dlght. lor an hour ID the ton, -25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. j ; J v : " ' i morning ana aiternoon the prisoners can A . Vw' 7 promenade about the premises (in com JOB IRIXTIAfa. nany with a guard), and at such times can ttamental Type, vc are prepared to exec...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 October 1861

aijc 3Mfcvsoman. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. THE ELECTION. Came ofTon Tuesday last, and was can vassed, with considerable animation, by the V;o,,l nC lUr Rnror.il on tifliiln tP.S. The offi ces which most engagrd public nttention were the Representative and the Associate Judges. For both of these me spirit mam fesled was about equal to that shown in any campaign of which we have recollection and the result shows hard labor and a close lv contested vote, especially on the Repre tentative question. The indications all are that Weslbrook, the Union candidate, has beaten Rowland, the choice of the secession Tinn.nnrii(v. bv a. small majority. If this iylllJWvj v j - proves to be the case it will be a glorious re Bult for a most righteous cause. It wil prove the fact, for all future time, that the Banner County of "Patent Democracy" "gallant Monroe," as the wire pullers are want to call her when they need the aid o her voters is not impregnable against the assa tilts of truth and justice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 October 1861

C-A salo of slaves reeently took place y'rV" quango in unaneaton, price that eaeh brought, and add the pri- ccs which tboy would have sold for ono year ago: 1SG1. S3 15 315 400 405 1800. $600 500 Malo, 56 years, Female, 45 years, Female, 111 years, Family of sis, each, 700 650 The family consihtcd of a woman, 28 ycars.old and her five children. .An Old Soldier's Interview with Gen. Scott. Within tho past week, an old gentle r t i : T. r ; tnourn scventv-eibt years of ao, is still i , j u , b . ur .? , J ' ft bcb uiu cu iiuu meet cis rciauouH anu -friends who have "gone to war." He a "warmly received, and every attention ;paid to his comfort by his friends. Du- Ting his ftay the old gentleman frequently remarked that. if. uronld nffoni him mtmh pleasure to see bcneral bcott. 1 u'ougb n i o.... i. calls for anything excepting urgent busi- ,. f.. 1 1 .. :. i j..t. uuoa me tau'iuuj utuiuuu, yci iuo uesire was so btrong that his fneuds decided to aok for an interview for the old toldier....

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