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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 25 January 1862

/ v •><": . ' .j ' % Sp 111* 0"'i*? gtltM, 01 fi that vetoed a bill for and per item of pay of the officer Texas regiment fintt raised by was in coKWnan^ of the «ame and "as™.-., a acholar, a man of fine personal an orator .of no mean pretentions, gentleman ofaoenti and moral worth. His memory will be embalmed in «he hearts ofTexaoa. Judge E. A. Palmkh. I any to the Telegraph and San few#, that their doubt* ate very It dota look unreasonable that the appear mmm r^ni Ü - oniaA Britwe^ abier* ti^at not only it true, but the i mildly drawn in the Gazette. in bur columns the • A.*. lot #*- , of honorable gentlemen on the streets, at "the mention of the Gazette, and inawmfci i no reporter ol speeches, we w i tahgive the torrent of excited fOAB rát I « ÍÍ'MW we ! ▼« «>▼ evidence which we prepone 4.1; one of God' noblest work . ¡|A pure an able jurist, a warm friend, an ornament to h profession, a good man. He was district jndge of hfe district at tl e time of his death and will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 25 January 1862

BY AUTHORITY. ACT* AN® CONGRKSri OFT- .... PAUSED AT TUS THIKD BKBB1UN. [No *11} AN A<-'T To gire aid to the petple and Stale of 111 , •* -Ms' «onrt ; 8*oi o* 1. The Congress of the Conf* lerata Htat"* of Ameripa dó enact, That to eld the People of the Statu of Missouri, iiftlie effort to maintain, within tnelr own limits, the constitutional liber , whloh It is the purpose of tbe Confederate State* In the existing war to Vludl- o«te, there-«hell be and Is hereby appropriated oat Of any money In the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, Ope million of dollar , to sjippiy clothing, ubslsjS«fio«, arm and ammunition to the treop* ot Missouri who may oo-operato with those of'the Confederate Síaie , durli.g the progress of the existing war; «aid sum to be expended under the discretion of the President of the Confederate States, for the purposes Aforesaid. Approved August ti, 1861. : v. . {Wo. .818.1 AN ACT To provtdi for ihe Construction^ a newly Invented implement Of. war. Whereas, Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 25 January 1862

MS ' rMfrl m Ü ■a ■if: urn > if %:" : BWé 3 MrdteM Dep* I -"■xa""! •rmy; re MM flt yr-;ry >'w',iT^lTr|lY>ngT; Ai .«. 1MI AN ACT to for W* further The Congre** of the Confederate States of Amerloa In the *W tí. • the * y. ■«# _ daw; and nth Ol too tbe required, but the tetter thus ethe provls e uonieaentui mine®. Approved Aug. 8,1*1. jr«iy , AN ACT to provide unteer Battalions.. a A. D 1861 I Koroea. eral for tbe ant Adjntau torn#* i of the Con bv the that the lit Mventy-elgbt- dollar* and eighty «>Ww^«mta,.m 9 Secretary or tbe Treaeary received lato donations by «burche , on th* late lated Ma fiuid for tbe use of the wounied at thp late battle of M the «ame be dlfbar**4 and applied by tbe BecreUrjfof the f^nau*. *1jA ti eowurrenea o! tbe Chairman of the Committal of Approved Jul* 80. l&U. 1801, and ordered to be Win the ButeGa*«lle, ft To urovide for hereby, *o amen , and tbe «ame in these er battalions Confederate States tbere may fee allowed, in each ont, to each b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 February 1862

mi , . ?$$}*> \ . .: *<■ ..¿i: /- "■ '; ^ ' V . * , J # v wSm & .. ..t.. I1HI -; {* . i-ir -p * &SÉ8; fffepl ' Btífrf «;i} 1 / Kfefl o •'>"-';^.v4 Mr JOHN 'Ár1 'OllRf** " ■ oc ,W,.V ,u„ ;bd <!r Hp* *4' 1 Mw 1 ■ f:ií >v¡tj&RP I «di -LU'-i-JL to tofetai HMU9W Sfei, fe %,« f fftjl I ü r feifS Af^l'mW'%tMiíf0%toñ9 of ' OON<ÍftBSÍÍ.0FTHÍ¡ CrtNFlttDltRATKS'rAÍI'ÍS, *AeSK ATTHfcTHIKD 8KBS10N. ií" U« od- VI.',! ,. ■ [No Sil.] • ■> AKi*OX;To«lw atettMh* people and State ofM0 Utimim l. America do enact, That towa-tne ÍPéopl ' " ' *WWÍ*.R#f ( any moneys ¡n h Treasury not iHriitaii' Ífíw^HMH!—i-—■ ■■i mmm **ow<itriit*í«B*t *ho mtsrñia.fá^S^BUixi expended under the dfrforetfon of the-President of, the itt if -.' I • ?' J-rVWj.t 'í-iúivr ■■PUB,..-,.. AN AGT To provide for the I ', tffJxMtU rdAlteini'toMir , tori*vio ISáraBMMMMBBMi „, ,r *Üán«¿*yí! ¡«.'^«igmerttthe ttf ¡ "* wjjwe pWcerft9f tl.« Arniy , to anpoinLiotie or for the fabrication Uow«mo« Airas, . \ nd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 February 1862

r tfa« 'f!T23-'t¿íní* ¿táyW pMeed by the L^islttture, so ¿ár af- rn hy-the feet, that foct8 procoedingsunder the act in question, . Utobe sent as wm?& upon one We omit them. , ÍÜ ü H alien >y; and that it ' be dotip of the ruey is for the benefit ot hia an alteo enemy, rtb, that the operatíím of WMmm . Committee. to suspend the rendering of Judgment against garnishees for the sums of money disclosed by them to be due to alien enemies, our («xcept trust funds) until the time when the law shall cease to have effect, be seen from the foregoing sketch óí I^¿«^í<w4^i*ered by Judge Devine, that the great anxiety prevailing in the coun- try, especigjly among merchants owing large sums to northsttk,: creditors,, and now to the Confederate Stated, is altogether unnecessary, and that they, in common with all their fel- low citisens, will have the benefits of (to use of the sequestration act,) "such may have brón or may bp prescrib- ed in a state as to the collection of debts .g the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 February 1862

mM M¿ ■; , . VvS 70,000-T: MM SKI . From' 1 we'tal ItteedM North Ai mi Ul#ORTA9)T KitOM MEXICO ÍF^/Í WITH' SPAIN ACCEPTED. " í pü^&aí, &e. wn Flftg of the lótli, telligence. bufiqeaa of it yew at least: has responded . . .. the alliance bat ween land, France and Spain ha* placed the nation, and defiantly accepts tfee combat, prefering to " die free rather than live in riavery.™ Gov. Doblado, wlto has assumed the position of Secretary of átate, is óhe óf the a^telt men in MexU-o, and he is already infusing the Ration with his spirit, t ; Bv « xpress from the city ot Mexico, we have thé décree of President Juarez, ac- knowledging the existence: of a war with upon the Stater foearQuota • : to 52,000. , léxico can muster an army of 100,000 men to meet the Spanish- invasion; and it is confidently asserted tj^t the war will taka á dífíerent shape than one of' defence when the Mexicans become thor- oughly unite#. A counter demonstration, under filibuster auspices may give to Spain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 February 1862

■H iwSLtAjJl ¡lift OHJti aw tit; ifoiluctlon Stewj 3:Í;JÍ;!í sj'IM \ vMn81-Ij m <W f IPwria pPIM •#« ■* B r A r i. A w, >w>m HJMVitoxwmsiT 19roan :':,svrsíjsyssás noes «litrusted to bWfciw, ud will La4t4;Ageat (01 all wfc<> ife38 He immediately the-enemy h .one volley arid' ' )lowed, chargin tnbiér . «Wt-4 'Vn '^&rr0iJs« T arma gtndont-'a ¿ÍMBeM! Hie ileani Saw JIill*, ticfie It vim . here era* were wounded. At the same me *. ^ . «TIC. Wi charged on ever- morig whom *•" on 8n the left, overlence* írotr (Bight mile* Above ■■gf en hand a I,U!rilH>J-,Jlo,i#gte*, ■ Wjwpil ~^j )•> «'AT KB. H^aafeiedgABourdB analog 111 Í,lí-t?íwi J«SKM5 ****©« * ■ ving tire Iron both s 1cus of this, the boy (fence, and five or -ix, r Leónidas, (Leoni- behind which ' .'A;Ti - • - ■-• * ~TJ* • tfy /-'ejf- • 5 . U 5 > , . ZSx '• .. ¿. %lMi88i awn w& <*., W|ll at,- fin wn 4*<i wi-sm It was here ' VpfJCwo wfliwoun • * • '• « • u/wmm*- Hqttoii, nd. Lagrange. Texas. ■; i ,¿ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 February 1862

tbt* M*t and ti íTtóintt**, Mgffil '.'A : ' ' 5 S 1 $P ■Hi ' ' "í:¿ '■ ■'■ ' ' , *" "•■' - j ,<>S¡ '< « ía,V ', « ** ^gagl > 'f^r -.i * ■. "'••■; "' 1 ' • v᣿&-l ' pSBt^w Mi Mi ff •• * ■

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 February 1862

mrnm-yMi mm~Jmm S?íj;.í - til " \" fi ■: - ' .. . •• '■ v. «?;- ■ ■# asfis--- ! ■ ?/;■ /.f. rV-'"'" ¡ ^IWll? .. • . * •, • ■ . - ■ ■ <:. -J; • ... ¿ ^, - : _ ,* . of the Unit •*#9ké I inyolvediu fc uflder it, be a native he be voluntarily in tbo pursuit of pleasure, mmmi in all, or in either of the case* cited, a "M tion of. this alííiw M t«a ■ iá-te, a.?;!® awtriaberof *„ il ai*Ac_í * ®P £r ~/ toshowthatJ,,!* JHew- •tili a citiz.n of Texas, and could not MirepwM the charge of treason j but rfefit Of the wrt thereto*# eaisil sound law" and the redaltof the caseMpiar «a it nttjfaoa, tcrbe epiipbntly just. Weaay ' Hkomm* t^Amk come a cwy or reasoning, in whichsucb men show *' w 3 of prop- PPldSI" ft (í-'n jijó 0*8" m HUlit* > tt iKtiMaWiili.:. -■<] ■ÉÍHAmm^BMIÍH^hB^hhéI ve suiges éf ht of whicjfc it is deliberate- the *kijo*l on the obnoxious of last Mon The following partial for Attorney-General, are «fl up '?*** , iflousnti ■m E , 289 Jordan, 10 Banton, , snt^w i«f|, , '• W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 February 1862

i i'' • f ;r \ -■:m \ . V'-. ' V, . mrkk •••■ . :•> . '¿SEafir"; ■ - ■ * , '' . ■ .'• * 'V'f se l.im or tii e 1 and C. uipaay ofleen T.Al and T.C. H. A S oouj|y | H. ufth.A.UH ol s: a. ; C. B S J. M Br< Company f" A." Colorado; D A- Hubbard, 2nd Lieut. ^..Colorado. cijom roija* ;■ amount vrhielj tiróse all out.,10' ttier * thouaattd dollar ¿fcv wMpbérs and . ■■ somethingover forty dollars a lit remembered , that then® 1 fund , not subject to orriina ' j"": V, \ fefe * 4 oSJ;" wtaSlSrcrGe"3T'"emc. a ,)UP, #longb,:2nd Lieut. Grime*; J.C. M y- ior, $nd Lieut. Grinw. ::D,H;; m* Bexar; J. H. Marshall, 1st Lieut. Bexar; J. H. B#¿k,2nd Lieut. Bexar; Felix Roaa, 2nd Lieut. ÍJf-jWitt. .. • H. A. MepkaUl, Captam Company «** Washington}* W; G. Wilkins„lst ¿ieutenarit, Washington; J. P.Pressly, 2nd Lieut. Wash - " , 2nd Lieut. Wiysjiij^gtbi Captain -Company-i'-S." Washington ; J. ^fShepafd 1st Lieut. 'Wash- %$£**"" not. -..,. R. S.fW 'Houston j W. lignni Corg JL.&V lÜiloui §SS?< Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 February 1862

V, ,T W*,, -;*r ¿Mlfci ¿^Wyftkfr W * 4# '•'• FE2T" 3^'"T .jfíM jj¿ ; "'.; •■ ■ ;,i . ■ ' 'V. . :' •'- .. ^¿ -. ■ > • J TPS jifa * —*<g¡

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 February 1862

■ ir i -v.' y i *HEk-VJ I ' 'lí B<nr % &££ <-í m ||¡ ■?■ I -ja¿ ! -•i...--::: ,——. -7-rrr JOHN X mm T:'; 4'-- TEXAS, S. SEAT OF B-ST -A-XJXISOítXTTr order to próvido «aditiva! titalnMieMlBBMHHkriMB .previo to entering oU duty, give bonds nteln the rightful possession ' America nnd to wwnré ihe lurate Status, the President ACT AND BESOtUtlONS fíV THF CONGRKSB O THK COHFÍSDKltATiC STATUS, pahskd at tub third bkbswn. [No 211-1 an ACT To give aid to the people and Statjof Mis- \ souri. Bioiton 1. The Congress of the Confederate Htatos of America do enaot, Thstto aid the Peopl« < the Bute of Mls:ourl, In the effort to malntalu, with! tnelr own limits, the constitutional liberty, which It 1*' le purpose of the Confederate States In the existing wi ■ to vlndl- cato, there «hall be and la l ereby approprli ed out of any money to the Treasury not otherwise ap roprlated, one roMllon of dollar*, to supply «iothlng, s bsistence, arm* and ammunition to the treops ot Ml «ourI who may...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 February 1862

mmmk Devine, «f Mmiímx SiüBsISí —ami >/f< : 7; - - mm -*5 BU . j¿> s tu of res Hall on I corwequíint- ing these ally compen- s in pwnpb- r hands, eh as bis high. ttíot would ■ ¿BI rthe gold i io? heart, Jf*bisi í him, we did not bear it, i 3 should hare thought it a.v« Of one thing we are ■ . Ü" l igHBBBCTjfefiga I ■ *r _ Population mt Travii. t over the statist leal returns of the ages '' & • mmmmjmm «latiOn of Travis county' down one who commences its pe- rusal will never stop, until ho has devoured the whole of it. It eloquence will facinate him, while its facts,* and references Uh and | quotations from our early history will strike, him as peculiarly fit to be called up and dwelt upon at crisis in our progress. |¿ We give a" few extracts from Judge T's speech which will give a better idea of its t«ne than anything we can write, and'will stimulate qnr readers .to' peruse it for them- selves: price PSrWfrr? Imp ,0ffi«9 0i i t- í r Ooonly, ^^SlsSHS Him JÓAB. i for At- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 February 1862

V &; Úii ' t w;y - m Hfii i ^ -VIBCj i^miH ffiW Bi B ¿& r- (KW MEXICO </ IL1TAHY MOVEMENTS. IM"... sibley's. pb0c1.am atiosi ! From tbi From 01 ¡n Sibley's Brigade, we have the following letter by Ihe la* m*jl: "5V> Sj :~ Foht Thorn, New Mexico, ) January Utb, 1862 $ • E. H üushing, Esg—Last nifrbt th- medir ! staff ,ol the first Regiment, W«s wucíi horrified at receiving tbe intelli- gence of the Indians k*v:ng destroyed two loads of medicines, Instruments, &c., sent by JJr* from Mesilla, for this expedition. They wqre attacked by 120 Indians, and bad to make tbeir e-eape by retreating back to the next camp, 16 miles after dark. I learn that there were bet ween 50 and 75 guns also on the wagons. Aft« r the Indians bad taken, everything they wanted, they burned and destroyed wagons and all. .This morning the 'Mason retired two miles from camp, to tbe Fort, and held a meeting. M&j MuMalian, W. M- initiated sixty-five new petitions' for initiation, and tlnec for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 February 1862

N*< • " Den v££ ■sr - ares, HU ■A/ V ' *• n'' ' *'"r - V'1vfi M9 >¿Í 4s#<« lived here by t$ü8 morn- , we learn t&M the piles thl* side of Fort j, on tUe Rio Grande, was «irroanded tight on the morning of the 2d inst, by 1 «Miie 550 wen *" li*t Jp®jH8S Norfolk monthly. MU M -Jk-1 m <* b enppltíií, nted men . Moore of 8th taken Express tes noy t direction, owed up by trans-Atlantic brethren do not mean to i their mails to the care of the Lit longer. This is á move in the which will very likely bo others. * ~r . JE* As an evidence of the ferocity of dSsirs in Missouri, and the «■«guifliary character of the war waged then , we note a wholaale massacre at Palmi Mo. A bridge was barnt and no clue co be obtained as to tho persons wfe burnt **• idf Th® fedeml commander picked ^t forty ^ I to 00 IIDAQiS Kmted at sue LÍ r ibe enftsnj hard at Oboiim X. The Congress of the Confederate State* of by ealstlnf laws, Inriore receiving pay je, (ball Ble them In the office oí the At- ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 February 1862

m ■'•nr. lRSHALL & CO., B"3r ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF 1 HE SECOND SESSION OI" THE PEOV18IONAL CONGRESS OF THE COMFCDKBATK STATS®. fo (N°- *•:> • ' AN AO* to audit the account - of the respective States against the Confederacy. baoTio* I. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact. That It «hull ba the duly of Bush Auditor or Auditors ot the Treasury Department, as may be designated by'he Secretary of the Treasury, nd to I hat end tbe «aid Secretary be authored 'o ap arv I>«D rtmoiit olalms of the re*pecllvo States of tbe against the Confederate Government for the advance# and expenditure rondé by tbe said Sute* respectively far tbe une and benefit ot tbe Confederacy In prepare tlon tor or In conducting the war now existing again«t ^ „_jk^hMKBS«BP^ pondltures of any kind made bj any Slate prior to the paseaue ot iu ordinance of Secession, shall be shown to have been made 1 conten.plation of the Act of Seces- sion afterwards consummated, ana at the war that mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 February 1862

i immense for- > basfeefcn yearly tbe public printing, tnd *Wmi ■ ^ -üí® os i all indications point The boar of are no support of our payo ic ij , wh n . v V39H|H behold í «sere wm only for only «small portion * r fof . Jiavo ilfiited such mi envious jealous? of the ty of the Gazette, attributing it to jtattonage, step in and take A small of this patronizing prosperity, to help 'hem up in the world, while it U going beg- ging? ey The news of this week is so exciting, interesting and important, that out readers, hitw we ^ wwuredi will be more than satisfied " The til*t We baT8 devoted our columns to it, rather ion the "im _J «ÜBI f, éiii than our own editorial lucubrations. In feet we are in the midst of a dearth of news here now. except that received from abroad. Our ' exceedingly stagnant, and is almos an visited except by anxious enquirers claims against the treasury, expecting to get their warrants and go on their way rejoicing. And even these are doomed to disappointment, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 February 1862

—í i p"""' sSH . " " mas Of Brownsville, arrived here evening and to him we are in- , tull account of the capture, by Federal , of a BritUh steamer ov tin fRio Qrwde. He says the matter caused a great deal of indignation. The British con- \ sul at Matamoras offered at once to indemnity ■,r4% Oetling k, Co., m certain was hn that his Government would make matters right. The doings of the Federals about Arkansas Pass will interest our readers. They will see sights if they make too much disturbance there. The Federal aloop-of-war Portsmouth, 33 guns,arrived off the Rio Grande about the third instant and immediately seized the English steamship Labuan. and on the third day afterwards under a prise crew, sent lier -v'J": away. On Friday the 7th, the first day a pilot could venture out after the Labuan was " . seized, the British Yice-Consul of Matamoras paid ia visit to the Portsmouth, and formally demanded to know why the steamship had been seized, and* where sent ? The only answer rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 February 1862

SEjfV | who to other i «,26i . . híQ w ■' . er Regí- Young at the St& men.— nta, the" "drafting drafting to I m . WMI , Jack Ouren- ) Pinto county wis elected Cap- i one oí the other cotrátiee getting Bt in the company. This company i of our beat Indian fiebtors now otiara, the largest portion of them i been in mm / an Indian encounter in the yean . With aach men in the field k that there wi!i be some It " J loose their top-knots during the coming* nothi a oontinu summer for several seems to have here as tithem arma, by eap<-ci- — cold blunt* of winter; and _ iafcbe Confederate army ot /by thi« extraordinary beautiful weather, for, coming aa they did, from a much warmer latitude, even a slight degree# raid would have severely affected their health, or at least rendered a camp life very uncomfor- Ubl0,-~Messüta Tim*. * > The Richmond Examiner fe inform- m erato aooi s nit folien short < The annexed Ife that the i to the Confed- ; the last three 'three millions wore* now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 March 1862

5%4 2H m mm ACTS A* OÍ THE SECOND SESSION Or THE PROVISIONAL CONGRESS or THE CONFEDERATE STATES. [No. ML! Postmaster of La rem> , Inpayment m Ih required to receive the Treasury not of the Confedéralo State, at par, for said .tamp and •tamped envelope*, in «a earn where the amount.of .tamps or .tamped envelope, applied for «hall be five dollar, or other sumb tor which the Confederate Treas- ury Notes are Issued. . ' 810. . Be li further enacted, That the endowment letter or other 1 ;orea e of poMtage. ; sgHaggd Approved August Í8,186L i .X M j" " ' [No. 310.) aw ACT Providing for the appolnl of regiment, and legion , of the _ In addition to the subaltern attached KOTtOH I. Tke Congress of the Lmarlna do enact, That the Adjutants of and Legion., ma be appointed by the the recommendation of the Ookroe! of BubaHcru, in addition to the Subaltern officer, at- ~ nÉM and .aid Adjutant., when «0 ap- ^gBSSii3sasr~ I m £ iS«^a=SK«S?iS the eighteenth February, eighteen hundred an •ixtjt two...

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