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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 22 July 1899

I SATURDAY. JULY 22. 1899. TOWNSFOLK TWAIN. la a vision that falls with the falling day,' I tread the lanes and the paths of yore} and the village green where I used to play. And the village folk. I see once more. j Ah. yt. are there by those purple bars? . ' My townsfolk twain, of those childhood hours! fhe tall professor who hunted stars? And the little woaoan who tended flowsra Be lived tn a big house up on the hill. A long way back from the village ?".treats ?sVnd ahe In a cot with a crumbled sill, j Set down In a tangle ot meadow-sweet.] There wera morning glories up to tha ' eaves. There were riotous roses down to tha gate: i There were housekeeping robins among the leaves. That caUed if the four o'clocks slept too late! X anet him at times on my schoolward route, And shivered a blt at his frosty boa/; That he saw me at all I am mach in doubt. Or thought ma a aheep or a mooly cowl Sui was there a moment before the bell1 I stopped at th* gate where the Mao* grew. JTor a sprig o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 22 July 1899

lit V^Mf SARURDAY, JULY 22, 1899. rfiOM ATLAMTIO OITY. Hews j Items from the Sen-shore. A-etaAKTioCiTT.N. J., Joly 17,1899. Atlantis City's first horse show elna ed ow Saturday in a blase of Rlnry The Std and last days were the biggest ie poins of attendanee. it being **atl m-eted that fully 12,500 people visited the show. An unusually large num? ber esme down on Saturday and Sun? day. Notwithstanding the inclement weather, trains left Philadelphia well titled and ? Torsions were large. Re nc-rta fro-.i the West Jersey snd Read jegR. ll ahow thet between 33,900 and 84 (.00 persona esme down here on a etsi . The hotels, cottages snd beth Jaou?*rk did s good business. aTOO THO WUK RRDIRO JOLT 1PJTH Recent errivals Rt the Orsnd Pacific Huted were Albert Raymond, J. B. Kay mond. Altoons, Pa.; Rev. J. F. Moreland, Pt. Louis. Mo. ; F. J. Min lou,Phila.; N- F. Mossell. Dr. E. C. Howard. S. 8. Smith. Phils. ; W. W. xaTtmn. New York. Al tbe Kren Cottage: John J. Kelly, Uiehard S Bennett, Art...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

VOL. XVI, NO. 33, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1899 PRICE. 5 CENTS BLOODY SCENES IN THE SOUTHLAND. THE MOBS' WILL VIRTUALLY SUPREME. The Sheriffs are Helpless, the Governors are Im? potent and the President of the United States Silent, COLORED MEN SLAUGHTERED. A Terrible Scene of Carnage?Some Nation Might Well Interfere "in the Interest of Humanity." Atlahta, Ga., July 36 ?Governor Candler to-night rf oe ired the follow? ing message from Sheriff Patterson of Decatur county, at Bainbridge, Ga: "Town in the hands of a xuob. Send a<d quiek." Governor Candler at once ordered the State militia stationed at Valdoita and Thorn air il le to proceed with all haste to Bainbridge. Savannah, Ga*, Joly 26 ?Telegraph? ic orders were received here to-night from Governor Candler, addressed to Captain Middleton, of the State rn iii* tia at Valdosta, and Captain Smith of Thomaaville. to report to Sheriff Pat? terson at Bainbridge with all your available men at once,'' and to "act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

^ t THE fCopyrlgM. jS<3). by A N KeHoft; Newsr*ar**?KjO jF^ ? CHAPTKR L (y icconniNi; to "tri* codr** 'll E story will bo an auto b i - offraphy. 1. 1> o r r Jewett, am the nar rator. 1 asa S native of New Hampshire: but arger part of my life ril in thc Le Fourche district of na. This ld be sn id, in order that my tonality may be ender* stood at the A worn and time-stain-d copy of ,the Vick Ihtily Citizen Of April 0. 1853, I fore bk. After the oectarn ace <>f sar taiu eventa with whieh future ehaptevn wiil deal. 1 took the tri*ul>l?* to M'cun er, and have ever since pre ? I it. In ita columns is a brief an**, rather ur. satisfactory reference 1 oan nf fair which had excited large int that part of Mississippi. I was not t witness of if. and t lu* description after ward gi*vea to me by one of th in it was so nindi more in detail that the newspaper account that I ore fe <>pt the ronner in setting thi landmark ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

Vfe^ SATURDAY JULY I'D. IS<?\) TRUE LOVE'S COURSE. ' No young man *a*hs hae ??.cr looked Into a girl's laughing .eyes lm*t wluit be? lieves in wireless telegraphy.? Ka uk* is "City ^Lar. A lover doesn't ^fet half *so scared ?that a girl won't marry him as that she ?aili marry somebody else.?Berlin KMd.) Herald. She (in anger)?"Leave my preren-ee.** He (calmly?"All right. And you be ?ure and return mine.**?Ohio State ?Journal. Whenever a g*irl giggles at every fool remark a young; man makes sha its will? ing to be more than a sister to him.? Bloomington Pantagraph. "George, you'll have to try and catch s> cold." "Whv, my lo-ve-** "Because I'm just dying for some raw onions.**? ?Cleveland Plain Denier. Cholly?""Love rae. love my dog, you len ow." Mabel?"1 should be just as like? ly to love your dog as to love you.**? Ban Francisco Examiner. After a mau haa caught his train with several minutes to spare, he knows how ?the engaged fellow feels, who wonders why he c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

s>IISUR!S fahlt*;li.'(l ovHV Saturdnv by John Mit.bvll Jr.. Pabllaher at -ill North Fourth str.?*t. ? ? JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR avtl oommnnicetlons Intended for publication ahould be sent po ado ri?aoh tit r-xWrdnesdej TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? ?ene Copy, one year,._.41.60 One Copy,eight months.. LOS One Copy, six montha..80 One Copy, four montha.60 OneCopr, three montha,.40 Single Copy...06 ADVERTISING RATES. a*Vnr one inch, one Insertion._.._$ 60 .For one inch each subsequent 'insertion... 36 Ibrtwo lachen, three months.. 6 00 F*or two Inches, six montha. 1000 y?r two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two inches, twelve months. 30 00 Marriage and funern. notices. 60 Standing end transient notices per line. 10 F06TA<iB STAMPS OF A PKNOMI NATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENT'S NOT RECEIVED ?W8CBSCR1ITIONS. rn* ThxPi.anxt ls Issued weekly. The subecrlp tJcn price ls $1.60 e yeer. In advance. There ere reva wa vs by which money can be aent by mail atour risk?in ? Post Oslco M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

SATURDAY. JULY 29. 1899. PYTHIAS NOTES. On 'Mt Thursday night the 20th inst Eureka Company. No. 1, gave aa enter? tainment to its memoers' guest. There ?was quite a number of representative Knights present and those glittering uniforms made an excellent appesr .ance. A most enjoyable time was spent, and unfortunate for the writer, ?he was not present. Xhosa who avail? ed themselves of the opportunity of Attending were cordially welcomed. Blooming Lily Lodge met on Tues? day night. The attendance wat gool as usual. The meeting was conducted in its usu il way and everything passed off quietly. Blooming Lily Company, of which Cape. Charles Stewart is commander, is forging ahead and its members are ?thoroughly interested. Sir Samuel A. Clay, of 2306 Carring? ton St.. who is a member of riant*t JLodge, No. 23, is still confined te his ?bed on account of sickness. We hope ?Tor him a speedy recovery. Sir H. Eugene Richardson, of Planet JLodge, No. 23, continues quite sick at Skit residence...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

-S\TUKJ'AV. JULY 2?, ?^?M> If^M^uSSm^S^^ WOMENS REAJTvl* MAKING UP REALISTIC. ri (?iris Who Rou-'e But One Sida of Their WS over bear of a Kiri who j lied tim* -title ot her fact*, but not the ?>-?' lt look* ns though we were all lu-ely to Lear of it bettor*--, lon*:. The t notions -.poa the art ot eomplex Soji--making Utily with Hie latest no liuti> Upon the Bli nf wr.rtiij:. painting, uri it. tr. music and tlic rest, il*-alism ia lulS-fC m>\\ allays, even v. bete un coin-erned. Some South .Vinv;*ii an gi ria who lately cana' to this have, aa ls their habit at home, t-> t tcuia i Lit Hy mureil their cheeka . ,ev since they arrived. They have aerereJ ..irked that compara? tively few New Yorkers rouge, but they wen* told tli.it such was tile CeatV Xoui ol' the curtly. While at a re ?vcpiion UOt loU|g :>?l>* however, they iiiia/.i il to >c a girl with a great ainu'.* nt *,';.i t i.pi it one cheek w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

-S\Rl*RDAY,jrLY U'J. IS99. C$->J??f. A HOLY LIKK. O ye who wander in the night I blindly grope and fall, .' ray of light To guide you home withal. Why atsnd without tha*. .Light in vies bend to Satan's rod. I can have your heart mad* new By giving lt to God? ILet not your hopes be fixed on earth Or its alluring prize. But try to have an angel's worth And win the shining sk ? This world is but a wreck at best? A pla*:? of sin and strife. And !:?? SSS would hav :id rest '. a holy life. tL, in Chris lld. DAVID'S BIBLE flail to CSS** It Word For Word Ol I'ai .-IniM-nt Not feo Lin !?;;?* As Ours, j 'O how love 1 Thy law.*'?Psalm 119. Vt. . , These are the words of King David. rote this Psalm, which you know is the longest in the Bible, that ht might show how much he loved the -won! of God. Read the Psalm, and you will find something about this best of books in almost every verse. I wU.li to speak about David's Bible, and your's, tc ten some reason why h? Joved lt so much, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 July 1899

SATURDAY. ]ULY 29, J 899 WASHINGTON LETTER SECRETARY ALGER'S RETIRED ENT. Ni Change in the Philip? pine Policy. FOR MRS. MCKINLEY'S HEALTH. The Treaty Abrogated. CORPORAL TANNER'S OPINION. The Situation in Ohio. | From oar Reeular Correspondent. ] Washington. D C , July 24,1899. Ia selecting Hoc. Elihu Root, of New Tosh, to succeed Gen. Alger as Secre? tary of War, President McKinley has i dd sd another to the lorg list of ap? pointments he has made that even his opponents cannot ciiticise. Mr. Root's rf potation ss s lawyer stands second x * that of no man in the country. And moo for thst reston he wss chosen. 1 -*-**?ident McKinley wanted the best lawyer he could Ard at the head of the War Department, to handle the legal questions that are constantly arising i i connection with tbe'military gov? ernment of our new possessions, and which sre likely lo be still more cu an-rous and more corop'icateH io the r?-ar future. He will get him in Mr. staaa. pit i.iro rr rr lukibib bxoimbktp....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

ai VOL. XVI, NO. 34, ?????HBGrlNIA, SATUKDAYl^HH 1899* P;RICE5CE:NTS . i UNKNOWN HEIRESS TO OLD SLAVE'S JJ9RTUNE. A Romance That Goes Back to the Days in the South Before the Civil War. AUNTIES STORY OF DEVOTION. Gave Her All to the Daughter of Her Old Master, and Who is Now Missing. OYEB $3,000 AWA1TIHG THE OWHEB Beneficiary sf the Estate, and She Will Be Tound. (Special to tbe World J Atlanta, Jnly 29.?A quiet search is being made here for a certain cultured and refined young woman, who ia ihe heiress to an estate. The search is embarrassed by the faet that tne name of the young woman is unknown, and nothing is known of her present place of residence. Yet the searchers are not in despair of finding the young heiress, for the circumstances attending her inherit? ance are so peculiar that the public a* tien of the story is pretty sure to at? tract the attention either of the young woman herself or of some one ^ho may know the singular story of ber life. The story of whioh ths dispos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

THE L ?Convti!!'.. >iyj. by A. N Keilor;*; Nt- | QI\j. UWS - i-7? * V] VT: -V ""rr. D TIIV MT. \ It' at first, tha ; wi * folio*) - they il" ?f ths red better, i ndin;_r my northern li*?ino. And it ? ? (1 her.* as ly do 1 r .11 nee, the neighborly good will ? ras tin* rule - the comaron lot. -med to be i curious way with ths tina. eol my fa ndold ?T-. picture is pre ?pose that ? ' ? I l pby; it should be comp' Qty of our generous * ble I me to lutvc one pm voar at th ' **, some years later, and; lather ths laciins to re? plenish his poor atocV snd poorer farm Bnt when ho told Mr. that bad luck had followed him. I hecy as wall as history. My poor Eather! He deserved ? to. Misfortune followed mis? fortune; they cans ?*?N ipias. Hut iu battalia ir tin* thin soi! that overlaid the rocka grew more grudging in its murrain eajrrasdofl ths cattle; hard work and anxiety prostrated my motin r. and death mercifully released This stroke fell in my eighteenth yeer. For awhile my fathe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

EFFORTS OF THE POLIS. The ttootti'-it'U i *I*m j; T?7o IC*.' '*? ri ill ISo n Can But Th.-r Thc\ They'r' Enouth im. In i ! him But you r;m bet lil n*' >d pet th* Jin' what 1 kin Jo I will do. and sort of Then* rr.i llori'itr. .*< they're not thi* only li. So I havo written IVwey Just a Binnie lit? tle : To off. r him the freedom of a patent leather shine. And told him If he'd rall on me I'd blow him off right ): To Just a half a portion of a nickel's worth of 1 ?Harper's Bazar. ?'It Mloht Il?* Uren Waar." ,When failures becloud the blue of your And troubles begin In torrents to pour. Just think of thc floods that others have wht b And say to yourself: "It tnlcht ha" beea waur." ; ?You're drenched but no droon'd; lt micks ha* been waur! ""fThen ont on life's sea your vessel St aisvsu i. Beyond the relief of a humanly sh>re. ?Cling fast to th* spar God's put rn your hand And say to yourself: "It micht ha' be?a waur." , ?Som? havn't a spar; lt mleht ha'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

fa ? =?= * Published rart&v by John Mitchell Jr., Publisher at :'*n North lourth Street, JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR f All communications Intended for publication ahould be sent so asto reach ns by wednesday ? * TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? ! a>-ae Copy, one year..-.41.6* One Copy,eight month*.-. LOS One Copy, six months.tW One Copy, four months..?.60 One Copy, three months.40 ?ingle Copy,-.Oft ? ADVERTISING RATES. ?or one Inch, one Insertion.?_.._I 60 For one Inch each subsequent insertion... 16 For two Inches, three months. ?5 00 For twoinehes, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 ?yor two Inches, twelve months. 30 00 Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTA'JK STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER TH AN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED OB SUBSCRIPTIONS. WW ThbPlanxt ls Issued weekly. The subscrlp* Stcn price lKSl.ftiia ye-ar.ln advance. There are roiR ways by whieh moueyosa be aent by mail at our risk?in .:, Post Office Mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

SAT UR HAY, AUGUST 6, 1899 FBOM ATLABTIO OITY. Breesj Items from Sea Shore* ATXAirric Citt, N. J., Aug. 1, '99. Since lsst week the number of visit ?Ors here has incressed four-fold, snd the week just closed with one of the ?rare trests which come to unworthy mortals occasionally,?a beautiful, per? fect Ssbbsth dsy?last Sunday. It was ?not the end, but the beginning; ss it held in its bsnds such gifts we seldom receive and never appreciste until we hsve turned them over in a sober mind and lind that we have gained virtue ihat we hsd not before. Such on this ?oocssion wss due to the fine sermon whioh the Rev. F. H. Butler, of the Asbury M E. Church presched on lsst Sunday to s lsrge congregation. Such ?sermons sre rsre indeed, and although the Kev. Butler is famously rich in word-painting, in pulpit eloquence and a soul-inspiring worshipper of mighty snd sacred themes, we think it impossible for him to reach higher planes than he did on last Sunday. The new church seems to be progres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

-Kl>AV. MV. fe-*" jmtAalhluama? Costume ol VotlS. nine of castor coloicd voile. Fl re go red skirt is trimmed with B ruttU* of ?c.iti'tied pale I'lue liberty muli, l'r'm ?-ess tunic f*isteiis at tin* side, is ed ired ?with a ruthe of blue liberty nulli and a ?narrow looped chenille braiding, fol FFFF-CTIVK AND PRETTY T?R*ESS. lowing the outline of the scrolls. The corsage leis square yoke of ecru gui? pure, which is outlined with scrolls and chenille, nnd is finished with s lace collar. Material required, voile, ?t(i Inches with*. 8 yards; liberty mull, 48 larlMS wide. 3 yards. Care of the Hair. If a woman wants to have bfnutlful hair --!ie should take care of her -scalp, T'nh as it is kepi perfectly chan and lo a Healthy condition the hair will liol Crow. In summer her hair should bc ?srmshed often If it is st all laclinatl to lie olly The hair in a healthy scalp growl mt least tight ur ten inches a year, ll ?grows faster in summer than In win ter. and it will s? retch i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

ARV K DAY. AUGUST 5, 1 >J~_ & IiffVP lA-C ^i, r r -oar t Sob tuite ambition. .Nd youth has reached the height hs M attain ? iii hs can s Whatever comes of pleasure or of pain. In thf* right way "My feel shall :read. My purpose sad my pow ii Belter not , To know and do the duties which each hour Fall to my lot. , No vi :th has found the spring of hap cd? X'ntil kia fellow-men he lives to bless, I.y word and deed: Until for ott: ami othsrs' weal employ. And finds iu self-devoting love and His deepest joy. ?J. M. Hawley, in '1 ac Epworth Era. KNOW YOUR BIBLE "SIM Goad Old CSSSSSS ?>f "I-earnlm* By Heart" No LOJager Exists, i The good old custom of "learning hy lien out of use in our fam? ilies and Bondsy schools, and ; ? of the Uible are no longer memorized generation. But, ws -Mould at least be able to And a pas? sage, even if we cannot- recite it. Hers is a list of passages whose locations -??should he familiar to every Christian: The Lords Praysr?Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 August 1899

S\Tl Kl AV. r UGITST 5, 1899, a AMEtlUAM B* M16T H0MEMIB610S BO )KTT. Th** J'l^T nun t*s*ri l lb** Home Mie srt*n MfMhiy ? u?>.ii-> *??* by thi- Amert f?*jn f*?ptiBt II ?ns*> vitsiow Society, ?ay-soi p.^e. 1?4 : "I ha N**groBap ?riat i*??a< ?***?, orv en? nm tm Virginia at it* tm ? aW**>l<ea in L? ? nilton wss swept off * l bj ike nu*, li i rat ions of design :,*?gmir>. r.nd wss induced to assume **n aftimd** of s*-" igor.ism to the Home Mission Sceifty " wv ar** io*-?) tt Qc d such amisrepre ?et tai ion ol fai*. p. in snob an inestima tol** journal. The Monthly shows its aniruii* alu n it calla its eolored breth na* y* gre? s." It hts been, and i* taught, i re tc 1 . d uni practiced, thst Ni-irce* ar- batt moors, uniformly j*a.tbf 'oar*t sfsRt* of humanity. They exe either ferocious savages, or stupid, ?a*n?ual tad ir.tltli nt. "Mental inferi? ority fn.ci'y a' d stupidity are their "aftarac'ttiitics.'' vat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

ntmm c VOIL. XVI, NO. 35, HICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12,1899, PRICE5CE>TS, A LYNCHING IN ALEXANDRIA. Brutalizing Scenes Almost at tbe Nation's Capital WHITE MEN BECOME FIENDS. They Revel in the Blood of their Victim- Colored Men Organize and Are Dispersed. layor Simpson's Duplicity-Tiie Guarantees of the Lai Cast Aside. a**"**** Ai*BX-xsaUa\, Va.. Aug. 8.?Dragged for a tnird of s mile through the streets of this city, with a rope around hts ?eek, a howling mob of 2.0C0 people, hooting and jeering and discharging firearms about him, Ban Thomas, a oolored youth ot twenty years, was hanged to-night at midnight to a lamp post on Leadbeater corner. Indignant citizens in this tragic manner meted out punishment for an indecent assault ?ommitted yesterday on Lillie, the eight-year old daughter of Mr. Edward Clarke. The affair was acoompsnied with many revolting incidents, and for the second time within two years this ancient metropolis of the Old Domin? ion, almost with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

L3YTHEL ICf jrtrht. ,li?v by A. M. K?Ilc-f. N?ws--t_p*--*GaV} *^U*. CHAPTER VTL ? MTSTBKIOCS WJtX The manner and language of Mr. ?Dorion did but increase my anxiety to .tear all that he could tell about my atrange benefactor. To overcome hia reluctance, I gavo him the story of my (life as it has been set forth in the pre? vious chapters, dwelling much upon the deep impression that Mr. Bostock'* liberality anu his interest in me had .produced, how for years I had cher tisheil the hope of Joisting him here, ?the difficulties I had overcome to do so, ?and my pre eent deep disappointment. ?My account evidently touched the listener. "I see I must tell you what I know. You have a plain right to ba told. The ?whole story has grown into the most ?disagreeable recollection of my life, and with any ordinary inquirer I .should ignore the whole business. And 'if JOSS will hear it. you must bc warned, at the start, that it will furnish what I should think will be good reasons why you should now ...

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