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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 October 1855

mmmmst^Smmmmm^mmmm^m mmmmi^mi^ • ¦'_-'r?:"jijl:'uIj;-!ir ~ '• ^^m^HflQiSL^SK^iSl^B^^S^^kivi^^ ' A^EJTS P1LIS. A NEW «nd slngularlj successful remedy for tfeo cure of nil Billions diseases—Costiveness, Indigestion, Janridicc,. Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Humors, Goot,|NerroW»c«, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains iri tiie Breast, Side; Back and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac. Ac Indeed, very few ore thc diseases; in which a Purgative Medicine is rlof more or less)-required, and much sickness and suffering might be 'prevented, if a harmless but effectual cathartic wore mbjre f_reely used. No person can fVcl well while.a;costive habit of body prevails;' besides, it soon gerijenitcs: serious and often fatal diseases,. which might liava been avoided by the timely and udicious usb of n\.,ood purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Ffsvcrisli symptoriis, arid Billious derangements. They all t end to liecom.e or pruducc tlie deiep seated aiidjform|<fiible distempers whicl^ ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 October 1855

DOCTOR KARBIB» V ' HOMEOPATHI8T, - -' ¦ GR ADt'ATB audroeniber ftf the UnWersWof New Yorlfi will be In. Montrtoe on the^thr 7th and feth of each month, and may be consulted at Hatch's Hotel, for 'three daj-s, uponjill dbwaaes Incidental to thehumah system, viz: CONSUMPTION, Bron. ehltts Infhtrnatibn of tho Lnngs, Throat, Liter, Pleura, Kidneys arid Spleen, Dyspepsia, (Indigestion,) Liver, Complaint; BnKtuuTisM, Scrofula, Eruptions, Spinal Complaints, Diseases of the eye and ear, Nervous Weakness1 , Ac, Ac. Particular attention given to the diseases of Females and Children. The varioui affectionsAif the Wtcrus radically cured. Dr. Hartis is well acquafntedwilli both Homeopathjjtrid Allopathy, having been in constant study and ^Kuctico for the last twelve years, and having first introduced! Homeopathy into Binghamton, N. .y., in 1847. His plan of treatment is mild, safe andeffieac-ious, and different from that of any other physician, and cures nearly all cases in all stages of the d...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 October 1855

Stearns And. Marrta'a Fire*Pr«ot - ." Safe's..' "[ THE snbscrfbers have made arrangements to fat nish to poisons whomaybe in want of them, tha above named Invaluable Safes, at the same prices for which they can be obtained at the manufacturer's.--Having experienced the benefit Of surt. ^itOde during the late conflagration ourselves, we worna earnestly recommend to othcra having valuable books and Jwp'crs, tho preserving of which, would be of immense importance to them, not to do,*w»tfi<»ut one.;.. *.. .; -> Prices range from $50 to $500, and we canejplafa te t any one wishing to purchase, the differencew style, size, price, Ac, and furnish them on short totice, with thc internal arrangement to suit the putchaser. ^BENTLEYAcKBADs-Montrose, December 19, 1854. ? Sew floods, [ T IWoss & Rbos. arc now receiving their tap., • ply of Spring' and Summer Goods, and being - convinced of the advantage of having ready pay, are determined to sell goods at so low a rate ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 October 1855

v . , ¦ "Ploughing Match. Tlie, Ploughing Match of the'Susquehanna County Agricultural iSociety will -take place rit 2 o'clock iri tho afternoon of Wednesday the 10th of October, on the farm of David Post, E?q., in the rear of Henry Drinker's premises. -:¦¦;!', [ [ For thc Be it Ploughing,[(Horses or bxen,) (5,00 2d best "• "i ' v " 4,00 3d best " ; i; :'. ' 3,00 4th best ". !j. " 2,00 : Cth best •" 3 ' ' " 1.00 To every unsuccessful competitor a Badge of thc Society will be giveiilas,ja recognition of merit in coming forward to further, the great cauje of agriculture.; .1 TH01*. NICHOLSON, 1 i T A. BALDWIN, ! VEx.Com. THOS. JOHNSON, ) f^T" following premiums h>ve recommended at ai meeting jof the Agricultural Society to be added to |hose already published:.-For the best sirgle Gelding, .'..,. A 6,00 For the best lot of Cows, .not less th»n five, 5,00 For the bifst fat Ox lor Cow 3;00 For the best Single or Double Carriage,... 5,00 ' ¦ The best lot of spring Pigs, not...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 October 1855

. Awevuuuwin Snaqueiiauna Connty Fair and Catm Jx. tie Show..' . g persons nave been appointed judges it the ensuing Fair and Cattle Show, to take place on the IlthtOctober, 1855. Judges on Bulls and Cotcs-iThomas P. Phlnnev. David ^akelee, C. J, Hollister. '' J*dge* fi». Working Oxen and the Ten best pair fromxwy Ttnenshtp—JamesKasson, p. H. Holhster DilufGillian. ,'•-.-'¦ ¦' ' Jud ges on Best MaUhed SUtrs and Fat Catde three asidtteo years old—Arad Wakelee, Garrv Law' Judges on Young Stock, including Heifers, Yearling* and Caltes—Hulus Smith, SUnlv TuireU, Al moo Stevens. Judges on Sheep—Joel TuireU, Jno. 8. Birchard, William Miles. ' ; " Judge's on Swine—Henry Bailer, E.Q, Babcock Alanson jMain. ' . /l^^ o«ii^«--W'aiiama Ward, Daiu^fSearic , Bcnianun Ajtps. j- . "; . .... .,-.-- |- Judges on Poultry-^WBiam 'it.TotU JoMsMack, N. C.-Warnori" i -.77,--..-"' ' I Judges 011 Butter and Clnese—Isaae L. Post, Joeeph V. Drinker, Abej Cassody.. "• i j Jadges on Yegetalles, Fruit, a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

1STBIKE FOB PBEJBDQMI /,,¦' •.'¦'¦ I •¦ qq#stytytts:.", 1 nmifo Bradford'Rtjprtetl ..,-'•', Strike for ftvedom! never fiuWi •-_ . vfhig* »ad Democrats unite; S«-enr upon your country's altar "" tbu'il do battle for the"Right! ¦¦=-foriiier feuds zhoM be forgotten, -'Fiktnorism'claims the tout, ,| ¦ .Anient land-marks, oM arid rotten; - d-we their obligation now. .' ¦ - • ¦ |l '• - .' ¦ • . . ' ict (Ue Tyrant's lash be clouded' In'; tli-o Wood of innocence;.. The Naples* victim 'ever shrouded In!) the abyss of ignorance"; - Rut jet it bo upon the soil Ofjk'U'n.v- boasted chivalry, '~- \Vhere silence sleeps, arid demon smile . •Arid bow ic-knifif titre rivalry. -'- ¦ t; ¦ ' But let no boasted Tyrant ramble .. O'ir the. soil that now is free, . . * . ' . Witr^' rthoir chattels in the shamble, . ' parked for brutish slavery. ~ ' Siiil the voice and deep the current Sweeping on to victory ;" . : ".Mot-box and paper-warrant' Alone will keep the-nation free! ¦ S{rik<! for F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

To the I ^publicans of Susquehanna County- For IfifRffMlUcini. ' ' ¦ ' as yoi| are aireaoy aware,.our candidate for Canal commhsbpier, Pa'ssmpre Wiiiiamson, has declined- the noiuinationj'-hnd a; candidate riatjned bv ii Fusion—< ma basii of bnposition to 'the Slavery- policy of the national Administration—pf the old Whig, the American, and !RepuiiI.i&iu. parties, has been substituted. ' : \'.-' ' Mr. Nii-hplsonylthc now nominee, is algentlernan of undoubted integrity,- aiid go'id business qu;taifieatior|s. ! lie is at present, (lashirc of the State Tftea-iuryj under Mr.' Slifer, a position w.tiich he.-formorly held under J'tidge Banks, and subsequently under Gideon J. Ball-, and With ail (thesis gentlemen his char acter for ihtegritvlwjfs so high that ihev never require 1 bond^ofbim, although funds to ) the ahnomjt of.§5(1.000areoften uihis charge' j In lr?-loj, being then a niein'ber of the Legis- j iature, he^T'iposeil tiie. bill which was-sub-.iou'entiv....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

oil isccii^i|coi|3 THE KINHEY EXPEDITIOS. . The follijwing account'of i the late doings in Sah Juaji is extracted from:Kinney>s newspaper, the-Central America: \ Xt a Ineeting of the citiaens of San Juan .del Norte, or Grey town, convened on the 6th day of September, pursuant to a call signed by a number* of the citizen*; after being called to order, Mr. Benjamin Mooney was called upon to,:prcside. Having taken his seat, the following named gentlemen were appointed officers of the meeting. , Walter Sutherland and CtMin Camphell, Vice.President;; A. M. C. Wood, A. Cumin and Thoipas-S, Codd, Secretaries. The rjieeting being duly organized, - the President stated the object of the meetintr, which h? also to be found in the preamble and resolutions hereto anexe J, at some length, ! and invited a .mutual .interchange-of senti ment, i Col. 11^ L, Kinney addressed the meeting at considerable length, and. was followed by \V. 11. Young, Esq., and others ; after which the follo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

; falfEYAHD^SCHEME. j! J We print this morning, full accounts of the moveuicnts of jCojonel Kinney and his meb, as reported in their own oftieial organ,,l,the Central American" newspaper. This* mHio)o enterprise lua„be«i,. throughout,SQ un'<lu'e» that w| think few'will omit to examinejUhe mode iti which Kinney became a? Governor. The labit previous,effort of this renoivnedj f^Iiibuster) was to appoint Mr. John L. Nelson, late U. iS. Coiumencal Agent at Turk's Islaijd a sort of diplomatic envoy to negotiate between IHs party and the government of Nicaragua.;' The serious manner in which this correspiindence was conducted, no: doubt eit; cited the mirth of many a reader. This! wis belore Kinney became ." Governor," for jt seems that even then his .party was " a power in the tjarih,"' in some way, of fcucb importance a» to require diplomatic agents to map age itafbiHiness. But -the' bariiquinade is over at;last.. The fi/llibustor cbief has comiiieiicod:s!iowing the real ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

The; Life- of Napoleon in a Quarter of an. .rHour. [About ten years ago the following burlesque [narrat ive. was i performed as Jin in terlude in -ajParasian theatre," by a.olever actor in the character of an old soldier.of the'Erftjiire.—; It suffers, of eoursf>, by translation,'and still 'inorc-by being Onlv.read, while the briskness," abruptness, and siting style of a veteran are unexhibited. It if*, nevertheless,, worth appearing even under the disadvantage of an English.dress. AVe present it as apropos to the present attempt oi Napoleon the 'Littlje to enact the part of Napoleon the Great;] J j SLletice! and you shall hear? .air about Nipbleon^—a famous Individual,,.born' in Gors - ca, a little tail of a country, not two d<^ots froin'the.sea—where the-natives have a fi.-tiguiiig habit of lassassinnjiu". each other, frym father to son. His parents put Win to ¦ Af military schoplj—fuii of talents—'With a j littiK tlnee cornered hat, and his hands behind.iiis b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

;¦."-• ¦ ¦ Th« Trt«h in Am«rlmL , - A Roman Catholic clergyman of the diocese of Cashel, has received a letter from, an" Irish Priest^ the Rev. Thomas Reardon, Pas-' tor of. Eastern -Pennsylvania, in'-the cojirae of which the writer impldririgly entreats his corresppndent to [rise all his influence to check what he designates the insane spirit of; emigratipn to America, which seems to possess [the-spirit of the people of Ireland.r-r "They.are rushing," says the writer, "oh the almost certain ruin of their souls, While their temporal condition is-at. best but little" improved. [['A full fifth of all the number leaving lir'elarid.are laid ,iu strung«s['grave | Wltitia one short year fcom; the dayrthey quit their native shores, and the greaier part of: the others are soon broken deWni by the severe labor to [which they must apply, themselves, and the awful climate, whiefi rapidly brings" on-premature old,age, and hurries the victim' into an early grave. From the hour tBey land ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

PENRSYIVAHIA A Fusion of all the. ^ ^ elements of opposition to the Pro-Slavery Democracy has been effected, and Thomas Nicholson of Beaver Co. is the Republican candidate for Canal^Cotn-'. missioner;.; Wei regret the withdrawal'of Mr. Wiriiamsonjs name, for we think it wo'd have called thousan/ls .of-good men' to.the polls who might otherwiseslityaway. How-[ ever; it'has been thouant advisable by our friends to have hut om candidate against the Pouglasite and we counsel acquiefcesce-in that decision, Il'followed up [by a- union of all Free parties 911 County tickets, the .sacrifice Will have be|n fully justified. The'time is short, bnt we nrge the Frec/nien of the several G^unties.tojwithdraw/tieir rival ticket* and unite iipon men who can be'elected.j Let the Country hear) that [the-Key^Stone State.is true to ' Liberty/, and Union.' Remember that the election |s\next Tuesday.—Tribune. fSjgr By tie Arrival ol the Star of; the West we have Sad Franciscp dates to the 5th1 of-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

tOf-n.^miie^tio^ i- For. tin IlrjiiiKticdM. ' Politics—Slavery and Daily ToiL .Polltk-a in Penus\|h;tiia have come to a load ista'i;. Sb»m liyinoeracy and Slavery 0:., one i-ijc, Free Labor and Rep-ublicanisni wi '.beothl. -r. All other issues, are laid aside. NV$ let [tluv-peopje rally—every man .who. 5s t' gciod'.wisher to the prosperity of .his vii/.ry, Jo its Industrial pursuits, who is in ii«ir' of [jthe principle tliat •' the laborcr.is vorthy nfihi's lu'rz." in contradistinction to tilt dvi'-u'i|-.« that "J cn^. buy a. belter man. or ¦await vr turn hundred¦ 'dollars.''1 The great &.-.it-./JJe that Slavery, is National Is ;, * fArpceuliar doctrine.of the^Sham. Der.i'tnn. [Let ill em riot in tlieir excess, re-,'V-' i-rcrflltcir imprisonment of Passriwre y.'ham' juH and striking down .Got'. JiceJer ¦ ¦-< Merit) {.'! Kansas, and degrading, free fo tor our part we are for free labor, for ";'.:;:nk and verily believe that exercise tea- to be.-necessary to" th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

I APAS-KAHE-ADE. ;, ' , , 1 From ihe Philadelphia Sunr . . , The Peril one day !an cntcrtainmeat pave -, luTauiJeiuoriiirm. "' Boyally the[[nrch-knave'-j - N.:.iu;oii}r!thcmfei-na] guests ai'd kept high sUite; - W-cs at'the'miter portal, known'as-ilellgato,' • •• X £;i trw* of one deuianiJinp entrance. "V'wVlftWc?" beiou^ht the porter iu attendance :' " i cw3ciiiMi witnout his Ciini." a voice replied, •J ca»e oi righ.t and must not be denied." Ac^.tefioiai'led w;itb sych infernal clatter, Thai Saiaa himself came forth to lenow the matter. "• *-.Wlit<f Oicter"' he |renUt asked in tones polite, ,i5 fwae Vvt »-ot ^who i|-car neckcWuiet white. "=Jfr BKii:' i'.-'Kank/' the" voice replied as blandly," " Tliat.-!'«;!; is ?ocid," Pflid Satan,- spealsjn<» gratiiflTj -Bat 6-hich' of all die Giin's J" for Sawn'* viuv, :I' . -5n vi.fj tli't'Judpe of rhiladelpliia City-yV " ¦¦ 1 The5.ii!io, it's Lord: "I claimTny ances-'tfal fi^ht, • .i:.j I'Miiince.seuk." Quotb Satan, Fra ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

T.*«II*MIM—————1—B^——^i|5^er|8 ent ^ejiiybiic^. , r' ,., 1 ' ¦ '~ ''¦ CHIMBS & n«AD AND It. H. FBAHKR, EDITORS t __^! -' - ¦ s ;r—.: • . . T1 --. ' r MONTROSE, PA. • Saturday* October 6, 1855.; - [ ' ¦¦- ....-'.. SBPPBLICAH HOMLHATIOHS. ••" A deal victory or > clean defeat." j . . , Judge BlttcK. "The allies of the Administration must he struck •own in every «*«» County, and District." ^ . J Mge Wumot, Fot€antUiOammitsienert THOMAS NICHOLSON, OfJBtttver County for Rtprt\enlalkve. ORLANDO fi. HEMPSTEAD. . :' j Of Susquehanna County. 1 THOMAS J. INGHAM, Of ftuffiTan County WnW CVww **ho*ff, . '¦ ¦ .>! ' WILLIAM T. CASE, ^^ JVfJVfaimrflr. -, ! VSELDEN A, WOODRUFF, - Of Montrose For Avdi\°r- '"'¦''¦ ¦ ¦' ' DAVID -0. BROWN, i .:—'-,... Of FriendinUe ileotion-October 9th, 1805.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

' TO THE ¦ jr PEOPLE OF"liNSTLVfflIi. The Wliig party, the Bepubliean party, and the American;party having each nominated a candidate for the lomee of Canal Commissioner, it became_ apparent that such a division of elements of opposition to the X|tk>nal Administration and the Nebraska Fraud wo$Id inevitably lead to the election *of Arnold riumcr, the Pro-Slavery, Nebraska candidate. In view of these facts, a meeting of the Central Committees oil said parties was held at Harrisburg on' Thursday ttic 27 th of September, 1855, and the nominees having declined and been withdrawn, THOMAS KICHOLSOX, of Bkavir Cocstt, wa* unanimously nominated as the candidate of the sara parties, for the purpose ol' concentrating the votes of the anti-Jf ebraska party <pn one man; and tie is hereby earnestly recommenjded to all the lovers of Freedom in Pennsylvania as a-capable, honest, and-true-hearted man, -vho is worthy of the confidence and support of the people, j. " JOHJT A. FISHER, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

ciiiteus oi Independent Free-Soil Homination."' vr e tujB unuersigueu uu^uu™»una counter, desire to present to the Electors of this Representative District the name of Elhanan fSmith, of Tunkbannock, Wyoming county, a> a suitable and highly proper candidate fojr Representative at the ensuing General Election. Gil." Sjnith is known for his long cherished Free-Soij principles, and ]his former connection with, a party whose masses have always favored {hat doctrine. His ability, integrity and capacity for business, we can fully endorse, as! well as his freedom from all the illiberal prejudices and ism' s of the day. We therefore ask, on his behalf, a liberal support. .!/ Henry Drinker, E. Patrick, jr. ' Henry] W. Allen, Hiram C.Conkl in, • Thomas Nicholson, George Walker, Eph. Hollenback, Roger S. Searle, S. Hiekox, N. P. Cornell, E. G.vBabcocfc, Billings Stroud, A. G.j Hollister, Win. Vaughn, Almoh P. Stephens, Tnadway Kellogg, E.S*Kent E.T.Ashley, Edwin Taylor.-The abov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

to itUe f ree'Soil Voters of Suscmehaana I r - County. .\] ; '.- j Your County Committee have learned that ; arrangements have been made by whicfVEIhanan Smith, of Wyoming county; jii lur- ^ nonnced as an independent candidate fi|r[Rep^' res^ntative from this District, be not having^ been able, after strenuous endeavors, ito obtairi the assent of any respectable man to [stand as a candidate with him on a Whig party ticket. To the. objects of this movement jve respectfully request your attention.! He is urged by some,] (ifren who have for the fast five years been engaged in schemes to break up the Whig party) as a Whig candidate. These men now say the Wlii* parity jnustnot be destroyed. [We sjneerelycondoleI'with them in [their affliction, but suggest to them that the way to resuscitate the Whig party is not to adopt as their candidate a map who openly i vows himself as the candidate of the American party of Wybming codnty, and seeks support as such. I j It was with some surpri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

Faliehoods by Wholesale- [ [Of course nobody that knows Chase, and his present desperate circumstances, ^ill for a moment think of believing anything that appears in his paper, unless substantiated from other quarters. Even the mempers of his own party no longer think of placing any confidence in bis word—at least those who know him best. .His last issue was full of wholesale falsehoods, but we only wish to call attention to the attempt to injure our candidate for Treasurer. In addition to meanly circulating a false report as to his habits, bis; desperate opponent* stated in the last Democrat that'the Posts' were going to establish a new Bank iu Montrose, and Woodruff, it elected,] would deposit the County funds in it! This is a complete fabrication fijonvbegjnnuigjto end, and we doubt not the' people of Susquehanna County, will respond to this attempt to injure a worthy roar and industrious mechanic, as it deserves. [ i[ Wc know not how many such stories about pur candidates ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

' ii : ; !' Pierce on Pennsylvania. In his speech at the State Fair; in Harrisburg, President Pierce said:— j "I can never touch the soil of Pennsylvania without involuntarily recurring to the stirring incidents of her history, ^hich instead of being shaded or obscured by Mine, are inevitably, as years roll on, to be] brought out in stronger, clearer, and more glorious light. Within htr borders the Declaration of Independence |was drafted, signed/and proclaimed to.the winfld. , To the memorable convention of the United Colonies, on the 25fh of June, 1776,she declared, through her delegates met in provincial conference, in favor of absolute separation from the mother country. Within her horde1 !*lne Constitution under which we live was framed, adopted, and signed by the • Father of his country.' and those associates, whos patriotic labors, like his own * will never be forgotten, though signatures may fade and parchments decay. He shoWd have added, "From within her borders I'sel...

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