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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1861

V*- 1 m •} i M f f i I II i II- Ijf 'I j { K f hi i ! V H i fi ! p# i 1 HII si i I 11 M w:\ W} " ?;?r fe * tijl' | ji:'S b| i __ U mm. Great inn fcaraf ®b«-- .I.. i W ■"** jt •*. • ife#-"'. ■ ' ■-' . v- Washington attaek from theCoafederete A Member of the ■•ned Anderson, one videttes, wat-shot sonata, o« the wed General Bonham'a by fed ami Court !'i$Si Soathaia toaopMreanxioaiforabrush, aid any that tbey wili not net satisfied until atwal of ioiabaJnatioD, Ac New Turk Zoaavee are stationed one mile oataide of Alexandria. IaaBsaorable batteries aad redoubts guard the Washiaatoa tonroike. Nonvout, May 27.—The whole story of the battle at Hamate* la false. On Saturday the federal troops marched into Hampton. They met with ao opposition, and feud the town asaify depopulated, They thea inarched oat again. After they had gone the Virginians burnt the bridge and out off all eommuaicatioo. This ia all that I oan give as certainly and positively authentic. Bat it* stated here, oa apparen t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1861

981 *• )W. ifi* ■<l thiig i Sxw- I of tbe January iistl] . The folfowwg letter, addressed to the editor irftte 0ei^C T Cap* in 1 Nt* Mair, ot the - Sooner Ariel, tea been hai ided to us by Capt. ngWin, of the Rebecca, now Lyiag at tea port; .f|b4 to inform you that I anchored at Rabiana, (Solomon Islands,) on the 10th of November, and on the following day the schoon- er Ariel? Slater, master, arrifed it the same dace, having touched at jiTNiBirary Island {Tree day3 previously. The mate of the Ariel told roe ti^at he had reason to believe that the American Whaling ship Superior, of New Bedford, )Voods, Master, had been taken at the last name!-place. I thereupon immmedi- atelv got under weigh and proceeded to Treas- ary Island, where the natives, as usual, came on board in considerable numbers, and during the whole day were coining and going, but did not offer anything for sale. This gave rise to increased .suspicion, and finding but too much grounds for my misgivings, I called one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1861

K-I'- : W fS I * to I II f I ill 1 Iff < !-J. i 11 h .ji Blj 1 >!t '|| c;;l ; V! m > |w«| Antonio fin1 M. D- tfJI . ifffe *rkpZ. ,. Ngjjtetesll ft Tinea t mpiy w ; jl4' wki* Mtuo«ted ' A thewriter, that dsttd in the are against the ta ii J# ttttftllj termed, i^'rwS@fe-S*for be! lifter) i on the |t manufacturers to Sarata." IvMS** gftbj i>"4 ipjjopwhll, but it ia very or manufactur- er conH a*W*gfo« the required information; and ire we^Maroely obeerre that to charge iat #!>**>** Hke English manufacturers with % " preindioe" sgainst any article whioh iW chert to Wy tifit profitable to me, is simply childish. "fhf objections to Surat Cotton ( s compared with Orleans, or Amerean, descrip- tions) air intelligible enough. , J. In the first place, it yields more 'waste, to speak technically J • 14 l®9®8 mor® the prueess of spinning- This arises partly firom the laet that it ia usually, though not always, iBor*,ff&or<Sust and dirt, whioh has to be winnowed out; part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 June 1861

VOL 18, CLABK S YI LLE, RED RIVE® CO UNTI, T EX A S, SATO D A Y, J U N RESOLUTIONS, Senate and House of Repr4pntaiivtt of fir Ckickasaw Ugfstlature, assembled: We omit the preamble which is guite long, jnd.n^-4 mu y •" — •— _ —| _m o the dissolution of the ! Union, the of tJfe old Government to abide by the Varies of the Chtckasaws,. their opiuion of the !. their "vmpathj with the South, &c. ji'it Rrsdvd by the Chitkasaw Legislature, Jiu-mMtd: 1st That the dissolution of the Federal Union under which the Government of the ITnited States existed, has absolved the Chick- Lws from allegiance to an) foreign Govern- ed whatever, that the current of the last few months has left the Chickasaw Nation Inde- pendent, the people thereof free to form such traces,'and take such other steps to secure their own safety, happiness and future wellfare « may to them seem best. 9j fa-soled. That our neighboring In- dian Nations—Choctuws, Cherokees, Creeks, Seminoles, Usages, Senecas, Quapaws, Coman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 June 1861

V \ - ijt'r il rH $! U *1 f * if Jme 14. m-wmm. V 400 1 ;N . .'V-1 Agiimt, i'-■•■-■ _ j , Onepremnot «Bobss*a6u county : ' \t*' • {! ** W tuniMfmai, Jbm 8.—G«a. Scott has in formed the Qabinet he intends sioa «f Riohmond and Memphis by the 15th of federal Government b hesitating about dfr neing,aadeohangeef programme is pro- Go*. Lfl «her has ordered under entire roiliria In the vicinity fljf Hal arms the Harper's Fer- ^Davi^andfll^erflgard an expected at Har- per's Ferry on Wednesday. The troops at the Ferry are in the best spirits and say if they are surrounded,the world wiU see another-Thermopyl®. The arrival of Southern troops at Richmond averages 150U per day. Thev are immediate- forwaided to Maonassss Junction and Nor- of U Haoertown, June 10.>—Southerners have hu^ned the bridge at Point of Rocks. The skifis at Berlin ferry have been seized, and every ford is well guarded. Raleigh, June 10.—The permanent Con- stitution of the Confederate State was ratified nnanimoualy by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 June 1861

Tbe war ieeetoaHy upon ^ sseflhdftiicy of a sectional " ~ mtotoathreshold ot a migl (oil of oar aster, Southern Si Tie politi- *, has forced let, Tlie i, has been in- ^ed by the armies of our enemy, fhe vilest jjpo of Northern corruption, | have belehed forth their inhuman contents, to become thieves gpd MaMM in oar land. Ojr brethren have been shot down, tike dogs, becajose, forsooth, they have resisted the aggressions of on over- beards nationality, and nobly assorted the right of self-government Our fair women have been murdered in the streets of s South- ern City, by the base hands of a foreign sol- diery, and are now threatened j with a fate, wone than death. Even the grave of Wash- ington has been deseoratcd by the an hallowed tread of the murderers ot Baltimore, and the destroyers of Alexandria. And dare Texas to expect that she will en- joy an immunity ? Can Texas remain idle ? Will it be possible to restrain them from com- mingling in the conflict, wherever it may b6 waged—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 22 June 1861

it r- ? & J I I In | , him I k i i ll i i >8 I I P-r f.** y«d J,t. HOOKS, K K. BALL, X. D. tsfai letter to a data} tamtoa, Mo., matiothis of (he invasion 1861* gt affiords'a that to*o bj ^ noolmtes, and of the ie ^ Elutfetk a few Aj ag ,wl e£e • mtri Tillti &>uhr to tow t«i'F rtMorrf*> and eame round of ~ltfe)t*<}Bd to Norfolk, wfeere fu- «ome Itrork on the fortifica- •. i .«■ v"V 7?v;;\ ig,.« number bt v*'£#m Hampton, from whom he learn- s. .p.* particular* of the villainous doings of FedlSai * troops, after their descent open News. They commeirced on the farm of Mr. W* . Bniith, which tiiey left a complete wreck He bad a fine field of wheat, besides a. number ol tr^tfcjp*: These scoundrels completely de- v itated, besides stealing or shooting down Mr. I ,iUh's stock and poultry, which they found I ,■ ging about tbc nrui. Mr. Smith thought , . would be a little before-hand with them in . ; tag his bacon, and had theooptenta at bis i-. house carted out into woods...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1861

:m$%mm mm '04'0$- ll§ m ss i|^'" * *0 rthfe eat* Pro^ Mer- ht in as sou, : soli- ,J will the > lo- tted *7* th- oar us ool Id d'li-t W:i: I! I mM CBARLS8.De MO RSI, XiOlfO SHALL OTO BAHHBB BSATB TIB OP VOL 18, CL ABKSV1LLE, RED RIVER 00UITTY, TEXAS, Si. T IJRBI SI H E Clakksvillk, June 15, '61. IUv. A. M. Stone :— Dear Sir:—Believing your sermon deliver- ed upon Fist day, would be read with interest, and calculated to confirm the wavering (if there be such who doubt the justice of our eaase,) and inspire a holy ieal in those who go forth'to battle in defence to our sacred rights, now invaded, proving as you did most clearly, that our causc is founded upon political justice, snd that the insitution of slavery is sanctioned by the Bible, we respectfully ask a copy for publication in the Standard. With sentiments of high regard, we remain vour friends and obedient servants. r H. R. LATIMER, L. H. NORWOOD, W. H. BOJTCE, GEO. H. BAGBY, R. M. HOPKINS. Clarksville, June 20, '61. Messrs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1861

1 & 1 ft I \i 11 i and tbo BMMSted of ^^Hof hundred ofthe the conflict oo- , utd being oocupied hy >ev^'3^$ vas ' " three wnnl times, suffering a heavy a Our loos Was tiifling. w le Confederate troom in the Mtioa were the North Carolina Regiment the Hamp- ■Va,V fotfrttpus, and the eampaay of M « tmooAHowiteeia. - r «■ ,- - le enemy retreated to Newport Newt leav- _ about 800 dead bodies oa th# send, *°d oar m«4 in- pMwewina of the Ohaaeh. 4 One report received here since wy first die- patch is, that the l« of; the enemy^ in killed and. wounded at the bottle ot BrtM Church «R200. •' ■ • > ,; ■* ■ A Federal Colonel, name nnknown,is among the killed. -V ; . ^ QurcMoalties are stated as numbering but five Id all. ■-. The enemy had several pieoes of Artillery. Our troops had si* pieoes. The enemy fired very badly. The number of our troops in the bottle is now stid to have been 2000. v Baltimore, June 12—A steamer trom Old Point, confirms the defeat ot the Federalists at Great B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1861

•" j <V.\ 'A- m- 1 jpnudiig ' mdB&fj i by Hui Mollis ^MttwafOkpt Daniel Brolrn on ^ob, have been obtained for publication, sod are belewith transmitted to you with the , qKst ot the company, that they may appear ia vour columns. 3 DANIEL BROWN, CajftJ Commanding Home Guards. ADDRESS OP MISS MOLLIE THOMPSON. fo the OrangevtHe Independent Home Guard. Gentlemen of the Orangeville Independent Home Guard ; I hare the honor to present to your standard bearer to day, the stare and stripes which represent the eleven Stateia al- ready seceded, which constitute the Confeder- ste States ot America. And why is it we see jo few stars upon our banner, while but a few short montbssince they numbered thirty-three? js it from a failure upon the part of the sons of the sunny South to ab'de by the meritorious Constitution of our once boasted and beloved, bat now wretched. Confederacy ? I ask again, jj. it for the want of fidelity upon our part, we g*v nav! but from the well established tact tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 29 June 1861

ill -r rf w i jj !; 4 I: $ i„ i li III t pi iii J. *V2plJI IrV jwSf? i-g i land, ami their k>o«fc interests. ing John D.Laukford, its! deliberation?). „ motion, John K. BeGraffenreid was re- quoted te act as Secretary of the meeting, he Chair having announced that the house ready for auy business which might be b'Sught before it, A. J. Eubank being called uponj explained the ebjeet of the meeting in a Very impropriate and eloquent manner He touched upon the high-handed and flagrant action of the Lincoln Government towards the South. "The very memory of which w s enough to chill the blood iu the patriot's bo- S>jn." " 1 he action of 'the people," said bf j " is the main butCrcss of our dependence - Contention and wrangling it home will surely envelope us in rain. Unity of action aud re- ciprocal efforts will lead men to that high and prosperous position wo *re naturally destined toj attain. Though each breeze that is watted from the East, brings to our ears the din of threateni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1861

Smyrna Campground, Bullard Cbe*k., ) Lamar County, Texas, v Jane i2th, 1861. )- jjr. Editor :—At a Barbecue given to ftpt. Nicholson*8 company, tee Fannin Rifles,, bere to-day, the following ceremonies took pbee: PRESENTATION OF THE BANNER OF OUR COUNTRY pv |RI KISS REBECCA J- BY LOW*. (Jejjtlemen ?—It is with feelings of entire inadequacy to the task imposed on me, that I ippoar before you, as the humble instrument |b behalf of the ladies, to present to you the banner of our couutry. You know it is not the part of woman to mingle in party strife j but when our homes and our native South i9 javaded. and our dearest rights wrested from bj, or an attempt to do so, tlien may not wo- jjjan, ;bouj;h feeble a*> she is, giro all her in- fluence in behalf of a cause so dear—the de- fence of our persons, our lire sides, our homes, and our native sunny South ? Though nulli- ties as we are in government, it is said by gome that u'Ood government depends upon our influence, and that all good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1861

% -1H r' ?"L^['f-. v-';-.*.|:."""" '* ' iSas®#. ^SxIiL ■ 1SS %& i t p*g w^ttM p&L, Wf> In :* liNwSa .., tv;vj -> Sap 41 II Si Mi I 5 ■« ii iMf KffiSiiS will be tent to ®Wge to ■> "* mm m m bank#, until she m IfO yfoOp« pts relieving ia reported to tmrim; , eminently Each p certain Com --T? - : . • . - ~i *4 MK ri\U UM jh. biii mint to bclongh^to loyal aga<u. I Loiusviufe July Nashville railroad (l Kontuckiass) -fore tht) road, withfeobusein the road, it any g o<fo «ral or stateil0j|gf~ backed by President hate said, nottei|as _. u , shall leave Louwv.lle. Expression of the oil; is.i4we will see about that." It is ri ; __ Rousseauand his Silver Cieek ragamuffins will be j sent tor, to give aid and ooinfort to Col- ton- | V. > - £ ' r ; . ' St. Louis, July 8—The Democrat an niy>tffeff that OOttpOSehe m Davmeat for itheta £*&gilft in the usual number, he willttdftfp; Bonds ofthij Confederate S do,*nd jttjiHjMB promotion of l.yoo to Major command embrace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1861

. L: spjftT pllPlil^ -•A .•>•-.'• _ wjte m s ^b-I- i*; f VSM-* . ... mm WiM B. Hi P® ss g .fcrtheWisw] ; v j addition to; eoeLdrelee At* Waokete. £ Procure fA^imfiip 1* !>**«* *« or battalion. I f Let each nbn « * 3#5*§#ip# aad ai least as much powder is ^ percussion ««p« and tint*that W- It there is nay article of — F'-mao equipage, that cannot bet $ - thf mm to me immediately. JUsoonasyonroompanye* - h organised, eleet your officers, - flwrt to me, that the proper office ^iled to master yoa into aervfce. Your obedient at j. Luenrs Act Adj't I wiU further infonra yoir, that i _ this battalion, you will be entitled jt4fa Major^ elected by such battalion, and commissioned bv the Executive of the Confederacy] ■ We want no volunteers who enlist for profit :$■ or office. ' ' J I'' k Each man is, at first, expected toffharnish hit his own out-fit. lie is paid $11 Mrinonth whilst out. At the end of six months he is -paid cost for expenditures for the actual bene- fit of the brigade....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 July 1861

!*®iS aa they were #. H COOKS, M. . dbs- ball & . '.-i :!1 ' I 'MM ^ il ! 11 i 1 :Ui ' j *;i 5 ' I ft i J I :b Pf ill j t f- 1 I s ! ?. i 1 9 1!i'- -i ■ \ ! il ? . a ij W i 1 il t :3gr$ <amw affiant are ,. Direct taxat ionmn<*t>e a per income andstamp tax. 20.—Tbn Repnbli rews from Camp Ctole,corroborated by one Dea of Neosho* tbat six Wiiaeoomng were tilled and six wounded, while sixty-nine .ed- ilists were kilted and a number wounded 1 ascertained, of Cole earap fight. The Re- publican of Tuesday having two later mes- sages, it adheres to ita statement of Mon- flW'W; v. " . - ' Lemiwilte, .Tune 2(i. Bridjf? on Ohio and M'S^ourr railroad at 8>ytnour is down, preven- ting regular connections. ! Arfic Turk, -June *26 —-Chesapeake arrived frptu Key We^t With dates of the 19th. 4iur- rison well, and cbundafutlj supplied with pro- lyisons and ordn >i c\ ; Hoi/trstolen, Jane "Ci.—Intelligence indi- cates tbat Gen. Wise has gou'> to attack the force wh'eb in reported...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 July 1861

■% ••'?•>* (j#3W^-jW2S5 W- 4 ft .|^«s$|w Jin* ::^$w ■?***■ * $Ms*z& k- telf !«4? |i'" fcfctlj; M* t j -V-fl*''* f ,!&, , i jb<*W4 frsrissjf?*}! *r.fr> ,r.rw!) ar-jtr tmm 0BARLS8S# tow® mail our bahvbs bravb thb brbexb-thb stahd ajid or *hb nam ;."• 'if eil^fSTIILE, RED RIYER COUNTY, TEXAS, S A TOR D JULY 30, of the water; smty when H is low. This valley is amply VOL 18, =j5^batoe at big bethel. f. w-11 aeoounts of the battle of jRg Bethel, • n fey persons who participated in the affair, Saw that it was of more importance than the XLraphic dispatohes gave us reason to be- iLTe The narratives of eye witnesses ace in- «Me]y interesting. From the Petersburg Ex- " of the 15th, we take the flowing, be- C-L that nothing we can give oar readers, read with so much interest j The bat- tle of Big Bethel is one of the most brilliant «r fought on American soil: The following is froip one of the soldiers who w in the thickest of the fight.—ftmstoa Tel- tgraph. Tuesday, June Jlf 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 July 1861

; • ^ / V- ' Siv . -r - - h&f I'M ;iiM Mi -* ~Z:% :: x:: rf' , it y*\^ f m \: i: |: ! 1 r- £ la -j Rains Vmnp both in squads probably one n~"" July 8.— end M Buoanln. The f and «reliable withi/To Gonad ._.,;aj|p Oar eitiwns 14b of A en|or, Lieut. Laud Offiee, The Stale Convention have Ml ftrtbe in- within t o days march aoath of here surrounded *11 the it their Du«b, thrusting -the Sown throats of every- , July Stmie's column has joined Pat ereon's which ia pushing ahead — Johutni it|. ertlntb winforoed. The rejxlfo of this scouts as to the battles are entirely > unoonfirmed u the war depart* Bient. i .1 Patterson's communications with the war department!are very irregnluar within the last sixty, hours Much. dissatisfaction, and intense anxiety is felt regarding the result of Patterson's ad- vance. Beauregard has been joined by forces from Manareas, guarding all the approaches ; it is ■apposed that he is moving his reinforcements towards Gen. Johnston. 1 A portion of MoClella...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 July 1861

MJMSm: 9b. :&m-& m^sm. W: wm&M w# <n* p| I imm -fotm lo be ptjtel H5 Hutu baring Mr its object, the exer- police in (lis dafenoe of owr and thowofaar neighbors, dwtraetodoondition of the flal while we declare the .-.nrooertyW the Uvea of our jffaiduty, we hoM that in the proa- 1 ^rgancieb may tfiiw in the deferfoe Ljfcern ConfedWWf, having greater imperatively requiring oar JTfr which erent we will wpatr to the [Jiecoa, where our servioee may be ' That we as a company resolve oar- Tigil«nce committee, binding our- [J^end to the comforts and necessities i of those soldiers who may be call- tbe service of the Confederate States of 1 during their time in the army. ' r jtmt the company meet in Man- a week, for drill purposes, at snob u I andritj shall determine. Members V ttlHag of the roll, shall be fined one ffg taeh time, unless such excuse be giv- ing Captain and Lieutenants shall deem , j That each member be required to -elf as soon as practicable, and muin- «respect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 July 1861

m: «>-y- v W': SUP I 4 j Hi iU illi'' 1 i •gsjlp r i, mN3 * * vpaldkmi Wasuikhoii, July 9.- there. Oab- Itrralt of -r :%#]-. mats tin saltation Vallsndingham, of Ohio, )r lljt|W*'lf' •as, aaitfke, "llWl I Ipd jit fetothe preserva Hm of ths ifnion CoL Tsjto Washington with ft flax of tracer— A thousand ramus are ■wbod, hot for to ez< Scott is in Patterson SI fid •nee, two Bitch/nan, Va , upied in takin^ panics, oi the regiment gave lesby's ,140 ly disparn itical officers pick blaokb«r< •fjbifi tore- says n of fi?ht between ohnson. lighting is-going Govern tntfOt <rttnt rein- er left for assist- had been killed. July 9.—Ciplr:: Barrett's regiment were paraded disarmed, and ordered home for Ihs.o mmittal of outrages. McC'el- lau at inter^jjsion of Stratton restored j their arms to thc^except nine, who were sent to Colutabua. OAJno/ytff^'#?^—8unday votes of the three ngijg three jrrum qnM|i<|pi 4U votesMtfndtfcur'*,^ reminder 9titjniav6rofi ing. Thef'-^wVO So pljt taw Lio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 July 1861

MB. RUSSELL'S 31 THE LONDON TtMESul Qot own Correspondent's el Experience in Charleston—The n;.«. want to bs re-anaesad to Great tin—They want Prince—The " Notion of the Yankee Gharnotc Love for the Pnritna fathers—Th< nation of the Northern Rabble—Th4 Mili- tary Spirit of Sooth Carolina;—The Platers, the Negroes, the Crops, etc., eto. Charljesxon, 8. C., April 3( among oa the v eiliea people etantaiid ignorant lecturer®; in thetowns and in the country by an unprincipled press. The population, indeed.know haw to read land writs, bat they don't know how to think, and they are uusesay viotimsof thewretched impostors oa all the ologiee aoi iamai who swarm over the region,audgabaist by featuring on subjects which the innate vioes of mankind induce thum to aooept with eagerness, while thay assume the garb of philosophical abstractions to oovar their nastinesa in deference to a contemptible and universal hypocrisy "Wo fills the batchers' shops With large bhie flies." Assuredly the Ne v...

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