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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

The Wtmder •! t*» W«H« at laat I " Nature Kuformed str«ao»«ei«na»a *«• time." TO BBBBBNAtiVBl it*BU8l(NEQKE8 or WILD WOMtANtftk+WeedtFrvmtlu ••':'... /Aa/,^iaiaWi1£V;'."I,|>-:;;;..,..'j! THIS only living specimen brongbt to the abode of civflixed mari, will be exhibited at Montrose under a Pavilion oti Friday and Saturday Oct 11th. ISth. Hoars of Adnfission—from 10 to it A,M,S td^ and H to 9 o'clock,T.M. This creature is a newly discovered link between the Brute and Human ipsoies, and it is difficult to detinnins to which it belongs. This singular being was taken -after a hunt of severs! days,and brought W.'this country, and is tlie only one ever taken alive. , , In presenting this wonderful creature to tlie public the propriatot wishes it, distinctly' understood that he challenges either Continent to produce • greater Natufal Curiosity. It lias been exhiUtedifor nearly five months, and thbmiands have visited it, including «Natural wts, Medical Men, and all Who take an in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

MAEBJED, On th« {th inst, by F. Glsnville, Hfcntv C. Bcaoxss to Claeissa M. Dinnc of Montrole. , In Great Bend, on Saturdajr the 1st iurt., by Peter Decker, Esq, Mr. Nathan Skixxeb of Harmony, to Miss Haeeiet Baxeb of the iornwr place. \ VIED, In Brain trim, en tho 30th September, MisS JLrjcr, daughter of E|d. E Sturdevaut, aged S* 'years and 10 months.' She suffered a long and! painful illness, which she bore with Christian patience, and died'in the triumph of faith, hi tho Reedcmer she long professed to love., L.J.S Arthur's Home Gazette- i Tlie subscribers have commenced the publication of a New IPeekly Paper for Families, with the_ above title, to be under the entire editorial cpntrol of T. S. ARTHUR, who will concentrate upon it all, or nearly all, of Iris literary labors. The design, of this paper is clearly expressed in the title—i " Home Gazette." It will be, emphatically,]a paper for tlie home circle—a household companion—a pleasaut fireside friend, coining "to all wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

«l ^ ^^^gahsaasi ~~ " Earthouoie at Clcvelaft4* • -:, A very sensible shock of in *arthqnakc was felt atth^a«thia op^gtt Jat) at about 20 nunutea past five|tf|o^The morning was very clear ^ wnb.v1tb|3|*»|>tion „f a few dbtantclouds r^i»j*Bpiq«1lrobor i in the North anj ;M.w*^ . The mgW had also beeri quite d<#,-witb i.beautifal dispkvy of Aurora Borealis, which was mQSt brilliant *Bo«t, four o*<^M« T he .first iDdicstfon of the phenotnena wasa low rumbling sTOnd,»OTO5*n«VHke distant thunder, appajently^in A northwesterly direction. The sound increaaealin intensity for about three or fouraeednds, the deepest'intonauons, being liW VefyJieavy distant thutider, the earth at tfe same instant osuibiud a: trembling motion which lasted nearly two seconds when it gradually died away ml* the sotlnd in aii easterly or southeast direction.; The concussion was so violent that ^t prodnced a jarring and rattling of tlie windows furniture and crockery, and a very sensible...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

v.,v1-.:'. r.imUCJK»*»'AiniX!lM.vs£W'>!. !• -J.iT.Evt^tBiiiit.l' .iuo jrnis,j;A'ai'*vW'V:.c-V>W'e.l«« •ftVspari. 'la j-fiir»»Se %i•ihe- tiirAwitt- ttMrna-ealfed %' P TftWMMllT» Suiw>»riU^Ak>Wmrttetf.»«ktIi«f!04U»:i RAL, GENUINE, aniiaU tiuUvTw-Tawrueinf is no uocioi andnctet was; .butwas farnterly » wprtaron rsiH(wl?,.ca. naI«,aDdu^:lik»—r«ll«iwtia*»lhetid;«of-U«<a(it/;.riV piirpq«;or.g»iaii)£;C<"ciUl for Wtaahe; .soot..; (Is sttjsjjjliibo attended], wo msdieat schuols, auil nructleeil lor ^ inwcj. i Vea'rsf!" ¦ Nnwlheiruth iK'he Wver jirSaiettl.'iw'ilifKi*'* day inhis Hf«I^.-,Sn«fcid//ii/iiwlet«t-nifari!pre»aiiayoi!' looks battle Ae ?Uara«er»pi | tjcraciy. of thctfiafl. I wish; mostsuiterdy, fto"haa'ncvcr';>iilii!e'iliB3«st.-iiem«nei0Cl(fm-i *eirbrof (ne. tVhm will nriei^Mani to Bdlinmwrliniliruili- j fal in :«ll;ilifir.o^njB5» «ii<t irrtCTcimrM j wi;,h, ilieir-iiiiiiw' nu>i! He applied to onp KucI Clark) Jo assist hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

'iS^NPasjwdBPjBj^HBM^^^^. .-• t i^antffi^£_E^tftfjj^^^^^^^^^^^ nQB —B9^9,'< U|ai 'aWa^aTMMLlL '' . I _. "T. r*" risssajMSBsgs^aaamBBBBBBB^BBOv 4SBtM&.BIobk. htiM, «Zi "¦ '^^aaaBaaas^r' • ¦'{-JJ J^'-^&^m^^^M^' "^^^*'^' f -• *' ' ':i'5i'7 ]£aCR::l<trTTlis?^Oiiii| nu***^i??!-'; . TasariXws».day^tl«Bii»Bf«- coiaUiung 64,4lMr~",M,i >^ . i, : ^rwenty-OiieDay.. ."°*e« >»«• ?* 's^BtJ^i t^^^M t^S^Jr ^rf^l.^ ^m^spf li toffjiivp &''QtfA!HT. JJOTTiiiia,; aiid is'br Ui«' >4 •arue»«(n»{'jb^ji^ahd Utca^ asi{|]iatJntua'>sssJlt<iU|a. . ! -TAtyrMt«VRa*»*uo,fTn^i PnUrtra ovcranturittLm and at) other nimllnrtiwuichies, nlnyjti some tnivumre be understood train llio. foliowlns faflalVKiitST^-beeaiisa it nil. only possesGKs, ai portiontoriU medicatioo, tlia Ptlte Essence of . Sareapkr^D?,. Yj^oyr' pock, Cheri^nnae^f^rwJi Barks, mnrt I'rentfy, more! jto^jM&Jf imcirJmtod, MIA larger ca.nK. aaof each of these pxpfert in each ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

l^^^E^^^Ei^^^ffi ^ii^st^WI ai"'!C«^;<in"tije Baling'And MMjiasiMM in all itg' Tarioua bnuiches.. ot>e wlP^VHt, ATiWJAMmV Stare, Tttrtmlrsj' Stireoti an|BlanMe;.Ba^ A« kirtdti of CAntforWidrTuigs ^f JP»Jrties, kept const.-uitiv on hadd, or made to MHBerottUi»'ao^estt.oUce. r' HMflKWVOaT-^Attolwrjr at LAw ; Office on M^pPp^ »aTe»rt, one door East of B. T. Case's BlptJWWOCKr r' Attorney at: Late—office HMM:i*j Front -Aoom- of lua reaidenee,. two IWwC^st^of'lihf.fontteri Iocitton, ia Turnpike Hn^V wrd building from corner of Public Ay-^¦^My|^ly-#I»o>iti^S. 'Wilsoti's Store, ^H@t*>ittjr. 4VmtV5H—House A ond. Sign ^^^*t*r ^ PttpeTh<inger % Glazier, Grainer d> Dtc ^^¦ Uor Shop over J. T. Birchard' s carpenter shop ^^ffw^g ea stof Warner's Hotel ^K^^,» *.SO?f--Dealers in l>y Goods, ^HKa!maVEvX!Ricate(y antf'Tinware, Groceries, |^R*»>e<c.; ALSO, Carryon the BOOK BINTJ ^^H<f-Bnainess. Public Avenue. Montrose, Fa. ^Bb ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

,¦,> if vABsa^TUREEEt^i;1'';^' IS nowrccoivajgjhis FaU and Jliatersupply . Goods (embracing nearly evwy tli|r»g .waiited in this market^which jwitf te ^d.tueirem'elgl.O^V (ui cash or ready pay. My assortment may jbe classed in part as follows: '¦:¦.- :i -.'¦ : ~- "¦ Drugs, Medicines, .ciicmicaH faults, Oils, Dye Stutfs, Gjrocenea, Xiry Goods, Hardware, Stop* irarc,-Ghiss.ware, clocks, latches, Jewelry..Silver Spoons, Spectacles, jnusical, lnstrunicnts,'Lrqr •tioi^ Perfomery.JlaUrrors^tMtio^^ Yankee ioti«^ic. Ac. . . .¦-' •Thaiikfa/ foe tho, libera/ patronage and substantial encouragement hitherto received, I dope to merit and receive a continuance of tlie sonic A" lew; of tlie articles kept tor-sale arc" named below.;.. .,.( .\t .. ^ . ...-_ Groceries. A good vartety of Sugars, fine "flavored Teas, good and cheap Molasses, coffee. Pep per, Spice, Ginger, Saleratus,. Raisins, Rice, Mackerel; 6'odfish,Zantco currants, Tapioca, Arrow Root, mace. Manna, Sage, Nutmegs, cloves, G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

uvauy.^g.lli, ^; ^^th. rW€ectia„, gum gniaft.aaurj^bM»U!g, JwjW3!o^^ salve, emp. cantharis, dry verdigris, crude or black antimony, elm.bork, (ground and unground^pricklyr ash bark, folyfligifalis, hore-hound, white hellabore, curb, magnesia, lyttaaj, eem chokhicum, iccland moss, rad aconite, gold thread, crocus martus, savin leaves, honduw'oaiiBaparillii root, blue pill mass' adhesive plaster, croton oil, Tannin, Buchn Leaves, Figs, Ge^m^iiod^ LivcriOil, citrate of Iron, etc-lf a^lhi^^gCTtian, cwintia,:bell^ henbane, dandelion^^yVigtt^ cploi cynUi,iCoiatt!f-ic5. .'-,,'v3^fivi?i\v: ..^-.^ Es*cnlia$0#*.r ::*»\ ojr»|>eiieraiint, lemon, ctnnamou, latv^t,'\t«te!^«eii£i«s«ai^,OT endcr, henilock;;icaovea, Bergamot, auise, cepUfri spearrairit, ^jerinyroyaL; sumonds,. wormseed, wormf wood, Jimiper7rc«emary , amber, carawav, cumin, savin, caiiput epruce, tar. cubebs, Ac, and all the essences fromthe above oils.' ... 1 2VRr f«r«;-*tinct. rheubarb, «nyrrb, canthnri|i cardamum, guiac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

'l^Ili^tJi^s 'CfeieTteatcd Family MEDICINlaS^AA" ea^!iif*iill olAcfj, andttTiaui -inuHt»iii:;apptotvi!-—The -Productions ofa licensedSurgeon andPfyysicianpf 2& years prac ' '- Heal experience^i .¦ .; \.i .-. , . ' . ^ '; Rapfeett's Balm of:Gilkao.—Ainong all die remedies before the public, this stahdapre-cmincnt ih the early -stages of-C&niiHHpliort, Bronchitis, Cdlarfah, Coughs,Uodriness, Asthma, Spiiltng-of Blood, nod for all affections of the'pulmonary organs occasioned by coldi' Too much praise cannot j be bestowed-upon this remedy, and the proprietor j urges any one affected with any of the above com-| plaints, to secure it at once} . ¦ ': I ¦ Raffebtv's Famh-v PiLJ^^i-Tlic best Family ! Physic now in the Country for sick liead-acjie, cosj tiveness, cleansing the'stomach of btle,'1 .purifying the bloody cnWying'off diseased humors and restoring health: ILueebtts Fouii'Mo>rrxY Pitts1.—Epr removing female obstructions peeuliaf.. to' the. sex r.rrising fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

The Summer is Gone. From tile Meadville Gazette. BV SAMCEL TOCXG. The summer is gone and the leaves are all chang-j "<g. j Their brightness and glory are fading alt-ay; - The flower* of the garden no longer lomaining, Have satlly departed amid their display. The bright summer mornings no lunger salute as j As loaded with odor they softly appear,; To 'rouse up to pleasure and "happy, rejoicing. , While partaking of glory which ever is I ear. i Oh'. for the Summer, the bright glowing Summer,; The season of song, of bright roses and love; When lhe fields and the forests art! radiant with: glory. And mountains, all splendor, smile proudly aboveJ The landscape, magnincient, charming thejfancy, Attracts the beholder with wonder aodiawe, »i Revealing the splendors of wondrous creation, , Portraying the power of infinite law. j The Summer is gone, while the sear tint* of Autnmn, j Revisit tneearth with their sorrowinghpes;. The fields robbed of beauty, no longer allure us...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Jenny Iind leading the fashion. ! The most laughable incident connected with' the Queen of Songtbat we have yet heard, is said to have taken place at the Irving House on the first day of her arrival in the city of Gotham. As the gong rang for dinner, there was a perfect stampede among the female boarders of the house to obtain the earliest possible scrutiny of the various articles of dress, ribbons, combs or hair-pins, with which the sweedj&h nightingale might be pleased to adorn herself on this her first appearance, before th» young and blooming females of America. Judge then, of the surprise and mortification of every lady present, when the affected songstress entered the room dressed! in the simplest manner possible, and nothing to prevent her flowing locks from falling on her gracefully sloping shoulders, but a few plain "hair-pins. As she entered the foom and took her seat at the table, there was an I almost.unanimous exclamation of—" What! no comb on the back o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

"^ T^E ESGISTElt ~~~7J FUELLED EVERY THURSDAY ,BY James"W. Chapman?, Advance payn^uTcasir plrTeaT 11 60 lf>ud within the year, -:" - ™ 4T not at the endof the year, , 3 60 —^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

* Editors and Printers. With lively heart and joyous brow The happy fanner speeds the plough, . And while be sleeps both flocks arid fields TVir ample ply for labor yields. Tis not so with the noble craft Which moves the world with iron shaft, But when their, daily labor's done The hardest toil is just begun. With sinking frame and reddish eye The weary typo Wibutes " pi." And while the rich sport with the fair, ' His heavy eyelids hang with care. Long sleepless nights and sluggish days, Contentedly at work he staysi And strives* to live an honest life , ' Amid the wordly scenes of strife. - Like statue firm*he Stands "at case"! j And " spaces out" with magic grocer- j ¦ He " locks them up and planes them down/ And starts the " Devil" round the town.] For " outs" and " doub's" he ' spaces" them To get some triffing sentence in, ! > And when he thinks the " copy's done" ; . The Editor ha^just begun S To scratch his head and skin his brains j To'nounce a death or want of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

The Volunteer Counsel. A TALE OF JOHN TAYLOR. [We copy the following from the New York Sunday Times. The subject of it, John Taylor, was licensed when a yputh of twenty-one, to practice at the bar of Philadelphia. He was poor but_ well educated, and possessed extraordinary genius.— The graces of his person, combined with the superiority of ^ his intellect enabled him to win the hand of a fashionable beauty. Twelve months afterwards-the husband was employed by'a wealthy firm of the city to go ort a mission as land-agent to tile west. As a heavy salary was offered, Taylor bade farewell to his wife and infant son. He wrote tack every week, but received not a line in answer. Six months elapsed, when the husband received a letter from his employers that explained alL Shorty ly after his departure for the west, the wife and her father removed to Mississippi There she immediately obtained a divorce by an act of the Legislature, married again forthwith, and, to cap the climax of cruel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

I the use of Learning. BV T. B. AKTBVH. Pm tired of going to school, said- Herbert Allen to William Wheeler, the boy who sat next to hurl. I don't see any great use for my part in studying geometry, navigation, surveying and mensuration, and a dozen other things that I am expected to learn. They'll never do me any good. I am Hot going to get my living as a surveyor, or measurer or sea captain. *How are you going to get your living, Herbert I" his young friend asked in a quiet tone, as he looked up in his face. "••Why Pm going to learn a trade j or *t least father says that 1 am.' "And so ami," replied William. And yet my father wishes me to leam every thing that lean, for he assures me that it will bo useful some time or other in my life. " Pm sure I can't see what use Pm ever going to make as a saddler of algebra and surveying." " Still if we can't see it Herbert, perhaps our fathers can, for they are older and wiser than we are. And we should endeavor to leam simply becaus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

The Joking Clergyman. A correspondent of the Boston Transcript relates the following anecdotes of die Rev. Martny Bylcs, the well known joking clergyman of Boston; Mr. Byles lived at the. time of the revolution, and was a tory. "~ * "' . ...; The distillery of Thomas Hill was at the' corner of Essex and South streets, not far from Mr. Belknap's residence in Lincoln street. Doctor. Byles called on Mr. Hill and inquired—¦ " Do you still ?" "That is my business," Mr. Hill replied.' "Then," said Dr. Byles, " will you go with me and still my wife?" As he was once occupied in nailing some list opon his doors, to exclude the cold, a parishionei said to him: l,: *• The wind bloweth wheresoever it listethj Dr. Byles." . " Ycs( sir," replied the Doctor. " arid man list eth wheresoever the wind bloweth." ,, - He was intimate with General Knox, who Was a bookseller before the war. When the American troops took possession of the town, after the evacr. uation, Knox, who bad become quite c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

' 'APaiisiani&ack, . '41 At the theatre of the. Varieties theie.j* an' m\ tress, one off the-'best in Pam whohas wemi»fo# tune to; be cxee^ingly, deplorably tblh-Hremig>si almost say scrttwney.. A few, months'xgjo'yil|| heard of a doctor who it was said, had socceed^g; ^manufacturing a mineral .water which hid'tRjf power ormafcuig people grew'-fi^vStt^TOBt;^ him instanter. .T«?i- .¦.-,.,%>.-•...;.., j"r'*'.ttj «r>Ktor ,"ssJdsber"wM»tlm^Ia^togtrtfat| 1i "Takemy. water." .,u --,,;»-V .--¦•¦ ^C'i "And shall I get fat!? 1. ..,. . :.,,,.,-t -j| : "Iriiriiediately^ '" .*"•.;¦ .'. "-j:" tf'tM The thin actres* plunged fuf6 the docforVb*! and drank the water early and tate.Thre»ia<«t|| passed away; but she.grew no fatter. At last i>e | railed the doctor and sajd:."Doctor, I don'tf^l "Wait a little while-" replied the dbwofF*;! . ".Will-ittetocg^, . ->.Vs.-i% -- \ >. -'- .?!»#* I , "Fifteen days iU the farthest. You see tnitl | ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

A i«autlfni bcifjent. ;I; | i towment of Uiisjsum upon uedwheariened ^ and the fatherless children, together whh thp pithy and counlel that accompanied itseetrffi put a new heart into the bosoms of them "tjjj proved the iWing^ point m their forturjea. | vj small debts,-were paid, the necessary schoolfc and a few. articles of domestic clothing were •]|,» ed, the children! sprang forward in tbei* 6iJ equaling or out-stripping all competitors; «n<f :; present time, they are all ainong the most Tf^ able, exemplary and useful crtuums in me^SM Now, it would ibe to suppose; myself not || men, but among fiend*, were t to ask the qneqg if doubtful of tlie anstrer, which nf these yonp extracted the greatest quautity othappinei) his hundred dollars!: Sot can such charit-g fail to benefit hiin that gives, as much as Mitakes. I '- ] ¦-'-- .,•»•" ':lm i i " i !*'—i— il The Waves ir the J^rt^sxk. —One of «S interesting pawn*, at the BritiAAl«ocutio irigj,1was that oft the feejr? Dr.Sc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

The State Senate Wfcdg. We. had given up all hopes of having, a majoiiy in either branch of tlie Legislature, and so anpuncod the result last week. But tlie gratifying rid cheering intelligence has come that the Whigs lave secured the election of six Of the -new "Senajrs, which, with the elcveo-whose terms are unex-5red, gives us sevaiteen members of the Senate, bd consequently a Whig ascendency. This most ratifying result of the late election, was achieved f the noble rally of the Whigs of Clarion county. •he. Hon. Christian Myers ran as an independent f.ndidate against Augustus Drum, and is elected g a majority of 90 votes. ~ IThe HarrUimrg Intelligencer congratulates the Sbigrof the State on this auspicious result in the Fariou distjict, from the fact that it defeats an ar rit demagogue, who labored strenuously last winf to-form the district in such a way- as to make certainly Locpfoco, without a view of insuring re-election; and also because it secures a Whig endeocy in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

• .-,. The Fugitive Slave Law. B Telegraphic despatch to the Rem York THIf October 17th, we learn that the opinion of ctbrnej General of the Unifed'Siate?, given F 18th ult to the President' .jipon. the Consti-Uity of the Fugitive Steve Law bill, has been led in the ' Republic " Mr. Crittenden says : 'my dear conviction.that there is nothing in it clause, nor in any part of the provisions of '.which suspends,or was-intended 1o sushe privilege of the wiit of Habeas Corpus, [any manner in conflict with the Coostitnopifrion wlas given before Mr. Fiflrhorc would ; bili The last clause alluded to, we prethe following: > trial or hearing under this act shall tlie tesdf aneh alleged fugitive be admitted in evand the certificates in this and the first mentioned shall be conclusive of the right ergon or persons in whose favor granted.to such fugitive to the State or Territory ttiich he may have escaped, and prevent all Kuon of said person or persons bv any pro-Bed by any court,-...

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