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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 March 1888

ALEXANDRIA, VA, TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 13, 1888. NO. 60. SOAP. FLOATING 'SOAP 7HS? CHIEF for the BHth.Toiiet :?nct Laundry. Snov.- Whites and Absolutely Furs, vuur dealer uoos n?t keep \Vbito Cloud Soap, to ivsii 1 ur ?sint/te ??*!;?* M> in* jrs, 3. KiRK s od.. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. J?HEN t - CASUS ?V SONS. HARDWARE, Guns and Cutlery, wheels, NAILS, iron, steel. Barbed Wire, mechank a ? and garden tools, ^15 hiw-??t.. - - Uexandrla.Va. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. Steam Flooring&Planiug Mill Mar.afscturers of DOOH Had WINDOW FRAMES, molding3. &c Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER aun CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGIN IK serLurr.bf.r delivered in the city free. 3STASLISIIED 1822. I0SIAH hTI). smoot. PKALE2 12? niter. Stories. Lais, KAILS, LIME CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTER, Ac., Ac.. Ac. MANTJFACTUBEK Or ttlNG, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, FRAMES MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 March 1888

VI, H1X ANDR1A. TUESDAY EVENING MABCH 13. The Richmond Dispatch objects to the Gazette's recently expreseed hope "that tiie dein, crala io ell the towo9 and countiea of Virginia may take care that the delegates they elect to their Siate convention shall be men who will represent them correctly on ail the lytestiona that will come before the national convention," and advices the Ga zette nol to lese s-ight of tbo fact that the Virginia Senate only a week aso peesed a resolution, only one member vctiog in the negative, in favor of the Blair bill, and of the abolition of the tax on tobacoo and ap pi- brandy, and of the retention of the duty on foreign ores. The Dispatch might have gone a little further back, to the Virginia deenrcrstic convention at Roanoke, which declared for the protective tariff and for the removal of tbe tax on whisky and oieo-mar garine. It was the attion of the Virginia Senate referred to, and that of tbe Roanoke convention, (bet induced the Gazette to express th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 March 1888

%\nmim ?>mtttt TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 13 LOCAL MATTERS. For this section fresh to brisk n orthwest windi, colder, fair weather. Wills Probated.?The wills uf the late jllsa Virginia E. Clarksou, Mrs. Mary E William] und Jas. W. Nails, were admitted to iTohate in tbe Corporation Court to-day. M -s Clarkeon devised her property as ,w 5: The home and lot on P.tt street to M*ry Spilman in fee simple, and tbe boUres on Wolfe and at the corner of Wikes and Pitt streets to the same during her life, after which tbey are to be sold ami the pro ' ceeds divided among tbe Confere?co of St. jlarj's, of tbe Society of St. Viucent of Paul; tbe Alexandria lofirmary, and to the Little 1 gjsteraoftne Poor of Washington to whom j .; r. -o leaves $000. She also leaves Mary j vpi.inan most of her household furniture sod $500 in U. 8. bonds. To her sister zabeth Clarkeon sbe left several pieces! y furniture ; to her brother Eiward I trksou $100; to her nephew Edward I arksoi ?300and to Martha M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 March 1888

TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 13. Mexican Mummies.?A family of murr mies recently unearthed in Mexico have jus: been taken to 8an Francisco and placed in the State Minirjg Bureau. They were fout.:i in a stratum oflime several feet below the surface of the earth, not far from the Ari/o naborder. The group, consisting of a man, woman, and two children, ?ereclosetogeth? er. The two adult figures have on a scanty rilotbinir of coarse netting composed of gra-s and bark of trees, while one of the children appears to have been clad in fur. They a-i have the knees drawn up to the chins, wbiie the bands clasp the heads, as if they bad died in great agony. The general appearance, in this respect, i3 much like tbac of the casts of the Pompeiian victims. The woman baa long hlack'hair. and in the iobrs of her ems are small tubes for ornament. The man has but little hair. His feature* are distorted ? another evidence of pain?but are aeen very distinctly, and bis open mcuth f;bows bis tongue. Near the bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 March 1888

so Ar. -!S tke chief .:? the Cath, Toilet and Laundry. S:;o-.v White und Absolutely Pur .. dosier 'Joes r:ot keep WThltfl C'lusii Sua , |- ig cents for sample i-j ;ht- makei j?& s. mm s oo., CHIC A BUILDING MATERIAL, ftc. I V M S-1S F. C IKLt K & S ?N.S. HARD?7ARE, Guns and Cutlery, WHEELS, NAILS, IRON, STEEL, Barbed V/ire, ?E.0HANK iL AND GARDEN TOOLS. 5ti5KiMgst.. - - Alexandria.Va. [mh8 tf ] ,OJjf JL perr: SteamFIooring&Planiug Mill Manufacturers of D002 and WINDOW FEAMFS, MOLDINGS, m. Doalois in ? ?' MBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, iLCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. .VO. 23 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VERGES ?... 3*rLnmi*r delivered iu the city free. El S TA EL^i^HE]D~lS22. ' JOSIAH ED. SM00T. ?EALEB IX 01." j f S A [LS, LIM E, CEMENT. CA LCINED PLASTER, Ac. Ac.. Ac. MANUFACTURE!! Or ? 'RING. DOORS, S&S1I. BLINDS, FRAME? MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACELETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. OtScesnd yard No. 21 north Union at. Factory Sob, \ and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 March 1888

A.IVEXA.NDRIA. WEDNESDAY EYENINQ. MABCH 14. Herk Krupp, the late distinguished iron manufacturer of Germany, who commenced life as a laborer, and whose long and exten. a'.ve experience with labor well qualified him to epeak on the sulject, said : "In the various clatses of society tbere are i eople who erroneously hope for the better? ment of their position from changes in the Constitution, the government or the laws, and in so doing neglect the most essential agencies which lie in their own power. In? dustry, order and economy are the best and ssfest protection against the distress com plained of, and where these are lacking, the besl government and the best laws do no good." But it is foolish to expect that Messr3. George, McGlyno, Powderly, Quinn, and Ibe other so called labor leader?, who live i,!:<> end insurious lives aud grow rich upon I ho assessments of tho wage earners, will ever assent to any such p'aiu common sense ideas as these of Herr Krupp'e, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 March 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAECH 14 LOCAL MATTEKS. For this section fiesh to bri.-k northwest* el j winds, slightly warmer, fnir weather. I-jutkr.val Visit. ?There was a largely led joint meeting of the two lodges of Old Fellows of this city last night at Sa repta Hall, the occasion being a visit of n A. Spitzer, esq . of Richmond the Gran 1 Master I.O. O. F. of Virginia. After introduced Mr. Spitzer made an elo - address, dwelling particularly upon ma progress of this grand order. He suoke ol its increase in this State and city and of the great good being accomplished by it , . and hourly. After two hours being t in a most happy and instructive way , Sarepta lodge, Mr. Spitzer was escorted lo the Opera House restaurant, where he ,... welcomed in the name of the order in ity by P. O. and G. G., D. R. Scans i, . in mi appropriate manner. Mr. Spitz er happily replied in the name cf the high b holds. A magnrficent banquet, was - : vtd, two large tables being loaded down with all the delicacies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 March 1888

WEDNES AY EVENING MARCH I The Crukl Sport of a Shot Girl.?Jei nie Warner, a pretty .-<riop girl.yesterdayup peared n..-rore Jurlgo Finletter on a writ of habeas corpus ihn hud been taken out b\ her friend, Kste Sullivan, to secure her re lease from tho county prison where she had been committed by Magistrate Thompson to answer a charge of false pretenses, growi: v. out of a little love affair. Tho allegation was that a young man named Plumacher, who called himself "Cbolly," advertised in an afternoon newspaper fj.- ;i wife, and Jec nie, in a spirit <>!'leincbiei. anewi?"red the matrimonial "ad." Subsequently they met j at the Post Office, and Plumacher yr-t "dead stuck'' on lho6hop giri. .She coaxed him on, he lot.k her to tb* tbeatreB, treated her ro refr- sbmeots, and otherwise spent Lir wealth on ber, but she only permitted him :o go a? far a6 the door. Finally he mus tered up courage aud asked her to name the happy (Jay when they should he wed. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 15 March 1888

KIRK 7H? CHit? ? .?? i:?e Bath, Toilot ;intl Laundry. Snow VVhit? xind Absolutely Pur?. ir fuur iit-uler ilo?* not Iceen White Cl?ud Soap, irnd-iU ci-nl? tor sample euke t.. Uie make-4, ?frC 6 Eft & f!fl BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. I 4 E SB'. < A R !. I \ & s ?ss. HARDWARE, Ghins and Cutlery, WB EELS, NAILS. IRON, STEEL. Barbed Wire, MBCB INK iL AND GARDEN TOOLS, 315 Kittest.. - - Alexandria.Ya. mthgtfj PERRZSMOOT&CO. Steam Floormg&Plauitig Mill Manufacturers of laud WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, &c Dealers in SR, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, LCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA. VIR<;i: ."?f" i,".tri-er delivered in tho city free. . 5T?SLISHEID 1E23 JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT, DEALEII IN* I, Shingles, Laths, u (fAIXS. LIME. CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTER, &c. &c &c. MAK?FAOTCBEK OF -:.""UINO, DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES ''"CLDING8, MANTELS, BRACKETS AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 15 March 1888

ALEXA-ISTDRIA. T II U ES OAT EVENING. MARCH 15. The chief object of most right thinking, nail, what's of more consequence, right act? ing, young men, ia to get a nice little wife and a nice little bouse in which to put her. And the ability to have the latter i3 by no moans a drawback to the attainment of the former. But when a poor young man, whose thoughts are turned to love, looks at the tariff list, and contemplates the coat of th ? col in which that love is to abide, he is appallod, ami, uuless desperately enamored or possessed of au extra amount of self con? fidence, deterred from his purpose, for there he sees that to the legitimate coat of the materials of which the house he proposes to build, is added a large portion of the money he has accumulated by hard work and strict economy, which goes to the owners of the factories at which those materials are made. He sees, for instance, that to the right price of nails is added a duty of 100 per rent., of white lead 51 per ceDt., of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 15 March 1888

-pay EVENING, MASCH 15. LOCAL MATTERS. ? light to fresh westerly winds, .. . e hud ou the coast southeast fair weather. . KeWS.?The high winds having water that was blown out of the :l lually tiuiliug ite way back and tor the ?r?t time since 8unday, the beeu covered. Last night was aud much ice formed in the river bannel is open, except where re formed, and these seriously in . pt i avigation. ? imer Mattauo, which left here on j, returned last night having far as Colonial Beach, where luriog the storm. 8he reports d :i- ";-:ng at Rock Point at last unto'8 g*. Leery left here for Norfolk ?od will probably return to-mor .-.iv mwr,l'nH rj steamers bave been making ;>- to-day, the gorge at Giesboro heavy as to require ?ome time in .'.,jDg ? wn\ through. in. which left Washington at ickthis tnoruiog for Mount Vernon, g a Jtirge excursion party on board, in the gorge, and after remain ? time was assisted through by a 51 reached this city about 1 o'clock the excursiooista debar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 15 March 1888

i T HUBS DAT EVENING. MARCH 15. Romance in High Life.?She was ro? mantic. Her father was a millionaire whow lite had heen devoted to sausage raising. He was practical naturally, but all the poetry of her family was right in her. She was be loved by another millionaire'** Bon, but .she had been reading romances and stuff, and when he proposed to her tdie declared be roust do something poetical for her. "Dearest, what can I do?'' ''Become a poor artist." 4,I couldn't beany otherkind of an artist.'' "I mean you must pretend to be a poor artist. Pa does not know yoo. You niu=t c im? and uutkr- love to me. and I will fall in love with you Pa will object and make ii row. We wii! elope and get married, and when it is ail over we'll tell him, and it will he delightful.'1 And 80 he became :t poor artist and took a poor studio, und daubed on canvas and pretended to paint pictures. And there was another millionaire's daughter got to coming ;o his studio and sitting for her picture. In those de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 March 1888

FLO&rmQ SOAP -:S :- jr the Uatl?, Toilet ruicl Linundrj'. ?,,,..-.. White and Absolutely Pure. |] ,.'.r ,V'j!iT dOCS u.n Lern \v;iit- < lou 1 .??:!,?. . cent* for sample cnke iu tue max?i . JK& S. KIRK ? GG.. MATERIAL, ic. .1 *? >| K s F. C A SC Ii E K 4V S ir ft S. HARDWARE, Guns and Outlery. WHEELS, NAILS, IEON. STEEL, Barbed Wire, MECHANIC AL AND GARDEN TOOLS, ::i5 Hingst.. - - Alexandria. Vn. ?luh-S tf j PERRY, SMOOT&eO. rnFlooring&Plauiug Mill Manufacturers of ?? WRaod WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS. &C. Dealers in IBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LI MR, ? 'ALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIE-;: 3 i ^Lumber delivered in the elty froe. JOSIAH Hl). SMOOT, j>EALEE 7s Lite, Shingles, Lais, KAU S, LIME. CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, Ac. &a. &e. KAXDVACT?BKB OP FLOORING, DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES S-oULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS. AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 March 1888

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 1?. The Richmond Dispatch continues to ob? ject to the Gazette's advice that the demo erat.-of the .-t?te be sure that the delegates they elect to their State convention be men w ho will "represent them correctly." How a democrat tan object lo such democratic advice only the Dispatch knows. The Dis paich also says the Gazette is not in accord with ti e State democracy, and has "occa tionally expressed decided dissent from the poMoy <?!' the present democratic adminis? tration at Washington." The Oazhtte ap? proves what ia good and ceiiHtirea what is bad in it* own as well an m other parties, au.l it t-il the. other newspapers In the coun tiv were like it in this particular, their readers ami the country wouM he the better. TLo GAZETTE ia certainly not In accord with ilu.ee. Virginia democrats who have re? in, tuctd the. cardinal priucipleof democracy, a revenue, ami adopted the cardinal princi? ple of n puhlicani-im, a protective tariff. Neitbet ia i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 March 1888

KT rElDAf EVENING. MARCH 16 LOCAL MATTERS. : this Bectioo light to fre-h southwesterly . ional light rains, stationary tempera M..kk Retrocession Talk.?As stated in the Washington correspondence of the Ga? pe on Wednesday, Mr. R. 8. Lacey has addressed acitcnlar to the citizens of Alex a countv in favor of the retrocession of part of Virginia to the District of Co ...?. Iu reference to this subject the W nthiogtou correspondent of the Richmond Dimtch says: 11 have it on the best authority that a sa . effort is being made to have the coun , ,: Alexandria retroceded from the State ? Virginia to the United States. Petitions being circulated by leading men in tbe ?tnmuoity, asking Congress to provide for annexation to the District of Columbia. t-p scheme is not a new one, but those who n taken hold of it now seem to he in ear riti.i are sanguiue of success. Tbechief ground of the petition is the unwillingness be subscribers to Biibmit to the heavy taxation which they say is imposed upon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 March 1888

Kill ay EVENING. MAECH 1?. Strange Power.?Morristown, Tenn., is considerably stirred up over ;Iie discovery of a return iaWn gift- possessed by olc of the youDg ladies o[. tho town. This in Miss Lucy Byrd. a pretty little sirl 13 years old. She appears to be a second Lulu Hurst. Of late pome expetiments have been made by u circle of ladies and gentlemen interested iu i-piritua'ist manifestations. At one of the meetings Miss Byrd joined the circle. 2xo sooner had she placed her hands upon the table than it re so. upsetting some of those ai the table, and then ir spun around nut:! th? innocent cau=e of it< motion succeeded in removing her hand, when it subsided. All present were very much interested, excepting the young lady herself, who was almost terrified into hysterics. When she became calm she was induced to put her hands on other object?, all of which moved obedient to her touch. Several experiments have followed. Oa Friday njgi:! several friends wime^ed her power. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 March 1888

VOL. LXXXIX. ALEXANDRIA, VA, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 17 1888. NO W" ??^?????--a-?-ntrmnm-n-n?r ? m . . _ ' V/? .? -? . SOAP. KIRK'S ?is? THE CHIEF ? :? ;he Bath, Totlo: und Laundry. Snow White und Absolutely Pure. j: ?u'.ir dealer does no: keep White Cloud S'<:;;'. .. cenll lur sample cake !o UiO ;uak>-r-. JftS, S. KIRK 8 CO., BUILDING MATERIAL, ice. IAHEN F. CtKIilX A SONS HARDWARE, Guns and Cutlery, WHEELS, NAILS, IRON. STEEL. Barbed Wire, MECHANK 4l AND GARDEN TOOLS, ;:i5 liin^ >f.. - - - Alexandria,Va. [mbS tf ] PERRY, SM0OT& GO. 'SteamFIooring&PlaniugMill Manufacturers of DOOR and WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDLNG8, ?c. Dealers i u ?BEB, SHINGLES. LATUS, NAILS. LIME, l ?'. LCI NED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA Lumber delivored in the city free. i^ST?BLISHEI? 1822. .josiah h7d. smoot. DEALEE IS LI i Stotk Laths. n'AI] - lime,cement.calcined plaster, &c.. &c, &c. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 March 1888

/VLEXA-ISTDRIA. SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 17._ Brady. Blair, Cameron, Riddleberger. and moat all tbe numerous other Virginians whom General Mahone raised to promin? ence by hia own elevation, turned against him long ago. but through all that defection Mr. John 8. Wise clung to him with hooks of something, and it was supposed that he, to the end, would be faithful among the faithless. But now, even Mr. Wise, his trusted aud most powerful lieutenant, at his time of direct need, in the greatest effort of his life, has also deserted him and gone over to his enemies. The General now ha3 a realizing sense of the lesson expressed in tbe words "there's nothing true but heaven." But for all this, it need not be forgotten that the General's "methods" are always suspicious, and this may be oue of them. -:-?x Notwithstanding the President's ob jeoliouable mtigwumpery and non-partisan policies, and his subjection to the influence of the bloody shirt feeling in the North, there are few wise men, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 March 1888

SATl'?riAY EVENING, MAECH 17 LOCAL MATTERS. I-\,r thi= section colder, fresh northerly wi;,,; - (xcejil brisk on the coast, fair weather, followed bv A n or snow^ ^ Cat'BCB Services, &c. To morrow.? ch. -Services ai 11 a. ui. and 7:30 I,, Rev; H Huter. l'x Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. m. . , ui by Rev. Pr Norton. ,. ,ce Church.?7 a. ui , prayer; 10 a.m., service; 11 a. rn , prayer , sarn >o ; 3:80 ;> in., Sunday school; - ? . ;:i . <- veninu praywrand ~ennon. .' I 'turch.?Mass at 7 aud 11 a. ? irmon, by Rev. Father DaWolfe, Vespers at 4 p. in. Presbyterian Church.? Service at 11 \ R v J ML Nonrse. I Presbyterian Church.?Services . : i in and 7 :50 p. in. by Rev. J. I. Vance. . rr/t.?Services at 11 a. m. and , ? ;i m. bs Rev. I M. Mercer. Hfeth. Epis. Church.?Services a m. and 7:30 p. rn. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. . . ?. ( hurch South.So services. ;.; P ot. Church.?Services at 11 a. m. p. in. by Rev. S. J. Smith, tji Lutheran Church.?Servi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 March 1888

SA TUE DAY EVENING. MAECH 17. The Romance of Wedded Life. "James, dear, will you bring me up a hod of coal f.om the cell?r?" eaid a busy wife. "That's just the way with you," said Jame wlth a black frowD, as he put down his book and rose up from the lounge. '?Juat the way with me?" "Yes," he snapped, "As soon as you eee me enjoyinc myself, you have some chore cr another for me to do. Didn't you see T was absorbed in my reading ?" "Well, dear, I will do it myself." "Yes, and tell everybody, your mother es? pecially, that you will huv? to carry your own coal up from the cellar. No; I'll do it. Let me mark my place." So he marked the piaca in the book at which he had ceased reading, and when he went down to the cellar, grumbling all the way, she picked up the volume and found it was a love story, ar>d that the pessage he had been absorbed in was aa follows: "My darling, when you are my wifd, I will Bhield and protect you from every cart: the winds of heaven shall not visit y...

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