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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 October 1849

IN OIAN II'OLIS. OCIODCK 8, 1919. C Edgar A. Poe, ihe poet, died at Baltimore on Sunday last. Fire. The Vernon Times learns that the Brush creek Baptist meeting-house, in the northern part of Jenninga county, was destroyed by fire last week. Naval. The United States steam frigate Mississippi arrived at Leghorn on the 11th, with 1C5 passengers, among whom was Commodore Morgan, commanding the squadron of the Mediterranean. O-The Madison Courier complains that the Ho tels there don't advertise people where to find them n j 'A ; It is generally thought here that they arc not tror advertising. C-The "Daily Journal," published at Lawrenceburgh, has passed into ihe hands of J. B. Hall, LVq. of the Register. Mr. II. will make it a good paper, and we hope he will receive abundant encouragement. "Noblesville Plaindealer" is lite title of a new paper, of respectable appearance, just commenced at Noblesville, Hamilton county, by P. Lawyer. Neutral in politics. We hope the editor will get rich. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 October 1849

3nt)tQtia State Sentinel. ETCIHAL VIOILAHCK IS THE PklCE OF LIBCBTT. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE: Weekly paper, $2 a year Semi-Weekly. $4 a year. I.VDIANAl'OUS OCTOBKIC IS, 1819. To Corrcspoiidenls. B. B., 8tilville. Nrwr received iL Have made the entry, end charged Mi. D. Hope k wiO be satisfactory. F. C. fc. S. The Slate Debt Interest. Governor Dunning politely furnishes to as the following letter from the State Agent, on the suhject cr the payment of the interest on the State Debt. It is an important matter, and will be a subject f r the consideration of the next Legislature. We have no space fir comment, but it is hardly needed, as the letter fully explains itself. Ikdiaha Ace ict, ? New Turk, Oct. 8, 1849. $ To Hit Exetllencf, P. C Dunning, Governor of Indiana : Sib At the period approaches fir the prepara'im of the mtteiial fur your annual communication to the Legislature of ar Slate, I have thought that I might be of some service 10 yu, by throw ioit lofretltet such facia and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 October 1849

SALE Or SIXKIXG FLI LiXDS. THE following piece, parcels, or lott of lands, or to much of each mir to necrmiy, will on Sattnday tbt eithth day of December next, between In hours of ti'ht o'clock A. M, tod fire o'clock, P.M. at the Out Houe door, in the toon of Indianapolis, be offered for rale tu the highest bidder, the bid being eqn I to the amount chargeable; the tame having been moitxagrd to the Slate of Indiana, to erui loan from the Sinking Fond, and foileiled 1 nonpayment of the interest due thereon, to witt Bartholomew County. The weit half f the d e qr aec 15. 1 10 n, r 5 e. containin; SO acies more oi lei; mortgaged bjr Henry Dii t; 1 an, inte rest, etc tö6ö 2U. The n w qr or the n w qr or see 2a, and tbe e hfe w qr of see 24; alio 20 scies bounded at follow, to wits brgio- , . - n, a, a it i:a - nii'K a: ine a w roner oi a c z, tnence rai m me i.m, imrirn, etc o-a uom j et, dividing the eat and west halse f the a w qr cf rail sec- i Delaware County tion, thence north 40 pol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 October 1849

2VEWS OF THE DAY. Emancipation. Major Wood, late of Darien, Ga.. nt.his dfath, freed all ha slaves, 150 in number, ; and left ÄÖ0!0 for the purpose of pyiri;j tliir expenses to Liberia. Great Corn. The MilPrd (Del.) Beacon notices a stalk of corn that had sixteen good sound ears on it, which was raised in that neighborhood this year. Chesapeake axd Ohio Canal. This preat work j will be completed djrinj this year, and will be opened in its whole extent for the earliest spring trade. The corporation of Cincinnati is now expending $200,000 on a new work which is intended to improve the quality and increase the quantity of the water for the use of the inhabitants. The scarcity of women in California is taken ad vantage of by the unmarried females of the Mexican biate- in that vicinity, who are finding husbands in plenty among the gold diegers. Fr-gf!I9 of Telegraph Lines. The eastern lin will be opened to Halifax by the Is of Novem ber. The Morse line of wire extends, told by the ungle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

INDIANAPOLIS. OCTOIIEII 30, 1819. Temperance Convention. The meeting of ihe Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance, and the State Temperance Convention, neld on Wednesday and Thursday, did not bring up as large a congregation as we had anticipated ; but the number, including the ladies of the Grand Union, wr 0 very respectable. Wc attended at the basement of Robert chapel on the afternoon of Thursday, to listen to the propositions to be made by the State Convention. They were simply these : that the legislature should be memorialized to repeal all laws authorizing the sale of intoxicating drinks a- a beverage ; and to enact 1 - .i 1. . .i i i II laws increasing the penalty against those who s!a!I . entire in ihe traffic. j ..,K, .kK ,r .,1 k.....u. I.:. " r.:u ,1P minds of the propriety or utility of the measures which he proposed, and which had previously received the sanction of the Grand Division. But we have not time nor space at present, to state hin, nor to define our own po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

3 iDiana State Sentinel, Cf IIÜAl VI6ILASCE IS THE PBICE OP LIICITT. TERMS INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE W.'t-iv in-.ft. $2 n yenr .SfiniAVVfklv. 4 vs-ar. i ii iioli. ocroin:u 23, is jo. 0Ve are requs-sted t' announce Di.HiL Mwia of II nrt eunty, m a candidate for Tremurer of Snn. Qe are irqi'ilri ti nounc C. B. Bestlit, of -.lnee-nivy. a- a cmdidaie fi Principal Cleik uf tiic Home Slat fili:m Asylum. ttrThe ruizet. and DDfi at Iiidiiiili "are in for a Mii Orphan Asylum, to be ''catrd at Ihn i-int, and a imMic nitlii t ha -4lirady pointed a com ittee to ptepre the necea-ary ilitittk-i n the subject. Wi-h all pi"xr dfrrr.cr ui neighbor al ihe Capital, we must le allowed to y that hf rtm in loo much of hurry, and that a . movrmeni of that kind w..rild have cmc with a better src . from auo'hrr quarter. The De-f and Dumb, Insane, and B H'd Ajlu'ni hate ju-t been established there, and hat.it arema to u, should ouffice for Ilia present ; tJ say nothing uf . ih donMful expediency of the Stale bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

c SALK of sixkixg funi lands. THE follow in pieces, parcels, or lots of lauds, or to much of each at may l necessary, will od Satuiday the eighth day of December next, bctweeo th hoort of eiht o'clock A.M., and five o'clock, P.M. at the Court Hooe door, in ibe town of Indianapolis, be offered Tr sale ti the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable; the tame having beeu mortgaged to the Slate of Indiana, to ecuie loam from the Sinking Fond, and foileited ly nun payment of the interest due tMereon, to wit: Bartholomew County. men wqr of the n w qr I tec 23, and the e hf w qr f see 24; alao 20 acres bounded a followi, lo wit: begin- ! Dl? at ine a W corner OI I C 24, tlienre (til to the line ' til sold on credit to Geo H. Roland; loan, interest, etc $562 22. Tbe a e qr of fee 27, and the n w qi of the n qr of sec 34. all in t 10 n r 5 e, containing 20O acies; moitgaged by John M. Gwin; loan, intciet, etc $541 83. The n w qr of see 12, t 10 n, r 5, eotnaiiifg 160 act...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

From thi New York Herald. The Tempest in n Teapot lluplure Willi France. Sing a on of sixpence, A pocket full of iye. Mother Goose. As the war panic attempted to be raised by Nr. Clayton has subsided, and as there seems to be a movement to restore the entente cordiale between the government and Mr. Poussin, we have thought fit, with a view to a reconciliation, to give a free translation into poetry of the official correspondence on the two French war bubbles, eo that the merits uf both cases may be fairly understood. And first, we shall take up in order, TIIS BUBBLE OF THE TOBACCO SMOKE. I. Mr. Poussin In the Secretary of Slate. TLc French Minister calla the attention of the Secretary of State to the tobacco speculation. Mr. Foit, in Puebla, at ooe of jour tiles Of t "bicce, tt auction, bought five huudied bales t But In purchase was quashed, though a good speculation. And for this he lays claims to indemnification ; The cae is before you, at.d I have but to name My desire to know w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

SUPPLEMENT TO THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1849. A List of Lands and Lais returned Delinquent for the Non-pa xpneut of Taxes due thereon, for the year I S IS, in Marion County Indiana. 22 's o zr m 0 C -.3 2 c a s o 3 ' c3 " t-l -3 c v O a-6 CS 03 Names of Owners. Description. Names of Towns. -o o E . 3 i Vi HI m 03 S-. O a -a o V) O o cc ! c - 3 5 J c 3 5-c i "5 crs p 3 i r. o t 11 50 55 60 S3 99 12S 247 261 273 Centre TV No. 1. Alford, Matthew . DO dO.. ...... Brouse, Andrew A. Beaty, Adam : Do do Bair, John Do do-... Brown, Willis (bl'k). Brandon, Geo. S. h'rs Burns, William Cappock, Aaron, h'rs Campbell, I'eter. do . do" Clay pool, Newton do . - do do -; do do do Cambell,Minney. Chives, Eli Davis, Ira do do Drake, James P.. do dor do do...-"... do........ do ... do........ do . do do.-.-........ do do do lo 'do-, do do do' s w qr n e qr n w qr . f n e qr 17 15 4 40 2S1 2S4 3S5 2016 20:16 e hf n w qr. '30,16 -half acre off .. 379 n i neqr&neptnwqr;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

A List Names of Owners. Parr, William-"... Porter, Georpre Records, Thomas Reasoner, John II. Smith, Frederick hrs 1 163 do do-........... Stretcher, Joseph I 1 165 Sibert, David Sr 1473 do do Slvfcr, Emanuel .14SS do do dj do Sheets, William Sharpe, Joseph K. Scandorf, NicholasSargeant, Arthur W Smith, Nancy Tamer, James B Tyler, Swatford E-. Unknown owners do do Vanblaricuro, John Ji Wiseman, Simon Sdo do Walpole's heirs Waddell, J. P. & White, Jesse Wood, Eli--Wood , J a m es ( bu tc Wingate, William do do--York, Cvrus F Franklin T'p, No. Adams, Harrison Adams, Simeon V Adams, Reuben do do do do do do Alt, Alartin ...... do do- .... Adams, Westlev Berry, Richard -!l955, vv hf n e qr Brumley, Alexander-l957j- s w qr s eqr Burgess, Calvin 11962; e hfn e qr Brajunier, William- 11965 vv"hf n e qr Batts, Trice i do do Catterson, Sarah do do Da vi, Green by. Foledon, JamesFletcher,Stoughton do do Greer, James- , do do do do-.-.-do do Hodges, WilliamHughes, Esther JHickman, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

A List of Lands and Lots relumed Delinquent for the Äiun-puyment oj Taxes due theieon, for the year 1848, in Marion Couniy Indiana Continued. i I - i i i u Description. Jj e : a 0) C o . o S - zs o a c 2 m 03 K n ra p EL C ci c s c c c3 3 3 Names of Owners. O a S3 3 ha Names of Towns. 5 S3 IJ3 tu BO O i 2 S ti a P c o o V) ci o Ci ra Eh O O a a a o a in . o c CS c 3 a. o "5 a Richey, John heirs ,2602 55 60 440 120 560 560 . 3 54 SO! 6 3i 2 5 o O T 3 o c J3 - Rollings, Elisha.....,2C04 Ransdall, Presley T..f261I do do Sulgrove, Jacob .2627 21 14 14 21 6 50 5 .7: 7312 23 1614 40 20 40 450 240 300! 520 250 700 340, 450! 100 SO' 30 1 40 1 1614 4 100 Stuck, Peter heirs .2640 Thomas Edward 26S9 Unknown owner 12704 Wright, Lorenzo D- . 2700 side whfswqr n end e hf n w qr n w qr n e qr w sldee hf s e qr e hf w hf s e qr s end e hf n wqr ehfseqr s end s e qr e river w hf n w qr in w hf n e qr Whitehead, Jes-e... 2730, Yandes, Daniel 2741 part w side e hf s e qrj 1'ivjsT'p, JNo.4. Aorams, Jos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1849

A List of Lands and Lots returned Delinquent for the. Non-payment of Tares due thereon, far the year 1813, in Marion County, Indiana. Continued . .' i 4 -., - .I I 111 l-al rJl : - . ... - I l-UII . II fl I'lSllS o T3 a C3 yj l-i S ' -O C VI o vi c . O 3 o 3 0 c 2 S D ' !-ö Names of Towns. o O o v. o o a "5 5 es .0 c el Names of Owners. c Description,. . J- - U - - . ..Es - - -a o c . - g o . .. .... o o 3 c toi J2 03 ,S"5 3 C L2 b 5 3 "7; ff- U075 s war--19 16 Russell. Alex. W Hörster, William -"'4077;. s w qr n w qr . 32,16 Ayilson Isaac-- -j41Sli 1 do do Wiseman, Simon S 41S3 -s e qr n w qr -Warren T'r No. 7. . j . Atherlwii Allen II 1193 . '-w hf n e qr Allee, 1'arkis - 1295 . - do do- .... Birdwhistle, Ann- - .'1221 s w qr'.. . Beeler, Samuel, heirs 1227j. e hf n w qr do do -I- n w cor n e qr Baxter, John L. heirs' 422S' n e qr 13ue1, George P- 1235; ehf s e qr Branham, George W.'4237. - ' -n hf s e qr s V) vo 3 f-;--!-- 3 100 IS 39'- rt e 23'15 o'l5 do do do do do do .1 . 500 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1849

INDIANAPOLIS. OCTOIlCIfi 37, 18 19. Central Plank Road. Six Miles Finished. Mr. Robso:, the energetic and efficient president of the Central Flank Road Company, on Thursday last showed us out along the line of that portion of the plank road which is finished west, aix miles. The road is well built, bridges all nicely repaired, and all finished op snug. The work was completed yesterday, and the toll-gale, at the east end of White River bridge, is up to-day. Mr. A. Fukeway Im been appointed gate-keeper, (an excellent appointment, by the way,) and ia now at his pt. Those travelling that way will therefore remember to take - - extend the road, both cas: and west, as rapidly n , v if a fis till I is Iha Wactn nf tliA ra rn nta vi t it their means and the weather will permit. Success to it. Holmes's Tavern. John and Kennedy Holmes have just finished an extensive and elegant tavern house at Mount Jackson, on the national road, two tnd a half mile from the city. As we passed on Thursday eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1849

3ttMana State gciUtucL ITtlüAL TI6ILAHCK IS THE PRICE OF LIrIT. TERMS INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE Weekly paper, $2 a year Semi-Weekly. 4 a year. IXPIAKH'OLIS. flOVEMllCK 1, 1849. SESSION SENTINEL. The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceed-'; ings of the Assembly will be given in our' usual full and correct iorm. Tri-weekly for the Session, $1.00 50 tf. ! Weekly, - t Will our exchanges please notice? Another Daring Robbery. On Sunday niph' last, the new fancy goods store in Griffith's Block, lately ; opened by Madamo Gilmgan, was burglariously en-J tered, and plundered of a large amount of g-mU lo . the amount, probably of $900 to $I.OUU. 1 he lluevea gained admission by boring and forcing the window shutter on the alley. Judging from the discrimination with b ich they selected all tho finest goods, they must be adepts in tho business, and l.ave proceeded with great deli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1849

SALE Ol' MKF(J FUJI TH E fu lowing piece, patcrls, or Int of lands, or so much of each mar I t necessary, will oo Satuiday the 'gAfa day cf December next, between the hour of ijhl o'clock A. M , sud five o'clock. P. M , it the Court Houe door.in ihe town of IndianimilU.be offered for 1 tu the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount eha-geablci . " . . . . . . . . . tj . the tame bating been mottgtged lo the Sine of Indiana, to , secure loam from the Moking Fund, and foiftited by mu payment of the interest due thereon, to win Bartholomew County. The RWfjrcf the nwqrof sec 23, and the e hf s w qr , of ee 24; alto 20 acre bounded at follows, to wit: begiu aim a the w eonei of t c 24, thenee east I Ihe line dividing the east and west halte of the a w q of sail section, thence north 40 pole to a tUke, thenee wet to the sec line of raid section, th nre sooth 4ft pole to Wie beginning, all in I 9 a r G ei moitgaged by John Roland; fotfrited and sold on ciedit to Geo H. ftilaod; l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1849

Fron th South Bend Register. J The Slave Case. Socth Hemd. OoioWrJO. 1349. About mi Jnleht, rn the 27ili of Swpteml.rr. party cf eight or tn Kcntuckian broke int' Ihe ln'tie or a Mr. Towel), in Cass County, Micliifr". wl.il lie was abheilt. Thry drew tlieir pistols and bwu knives, and dragging Iiis wife and three cliiMren from their beds, they bound them with cords, hurried ihern off" t their coered wagons, and started post lisste for Kentucky. The alarm waj noon givrn, and pursuit soon commenced. They were overtaken near this lace. bv a nricrhbur nf the PovvclU in pursuit, and a'writ rf Habens Cnrpu immediately obtained. The i Sheriff pnrsued the Kenlockians, and overtook them j about a mile from town the writ was served and they come back to town for a trial. The name .f the leader heinj unknown when the first writ a isstwi!. a new writ was obtained directed to him, reliirnaMu . before the Hon. Eliehi Egbert, Probata Ji"'e. nho i ; authorized by pecial Statute, tu try euch writ?. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1849

IXDI.1XAFOL.IS. NOVEMBER 3, 1819. Circuit Court. Our Circuit Court commenced its session on last Monday, Judge Wies, presiding. This week has been mainly occupied in f reparing for business. On next week, we understand several important trials wi!l come up, among which are two for murder. We shall report the most important. The Late Robbert. In our statement of the robbery of Mrs. Gilligan's store, noted in our last, we over-est mated the loss by several hundred dollar. However, it is now unimportant, as the stolen goods have been found. They were secreted in the loft of a stable. It is unfortunate that ti e discoverer of them mad the matter public immediately, as with caution, the theives might have been taken. They are not unsuspected, however, and one more trial of the kind might lead tu their detection. Keep Warm! Among our numerous clothing stores, where every thing in the shape garments o protect the r.uter man, (nothing but cold water being allowable for the inner man.) we wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1849

3tiunann State Sentinel. CI CBS At, VIGILAPCK IS THt FBICE OF LUCHT. TERMS IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE Weekly rwirxr. .92 it year Semi -Weekly. $4 a year IXIlIAIVil'OLIS, 50VimEIS 8, IS19. SESSION SEITWEL. The State Sentinel will be issued Triweekly during the coming session of the Legislature, as usual. We shall employ a corps of the best reporters, and the proceedings of the Assembly will be given in our usual full and correct form. Tri-weekly for the Session, - 1.00 Weekly, ----- 50 Will our exchanges please notice? tf. Carnet's Commercial Academy. We invite attention to the advertisement of this academy. Mr. C. comes recommended by various persons of responsibility, acquainted with his qualifications. He was one of the originators of the Covington, Ky., Commercial College, represented to be a eucce6fu? and useful institution. The course of instruction ia very comprehensive, and altogether of grett necessity and service to the roan of business. We hope our young men will profit by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1849

Meeting or the City Council. N The City Council me! at their chamber, Not. 6. Present, Messt. Batet, King, R ouker, äulgrore, Eckeit tod Montague. Prneeedinzs of the last meeting read tnd approved. The Treasurer's monthly report wn lead, by which it appears tbfre is $1,222 26 of school funds in the tieastujr j road funds $213 31 t geneial fund. $239 24. The repot t and Touchers ordeied to be filed. The stieet commissioner reported the following account for work and mateiial. which wet allowed t Joseph Butch (3d war1,) - - - - - Lewis McConnack (4ih ward,) Geo. W. Pins, lumber and foot btidges, J. M. W. Langsdale, exc. tide walk, lot 1 1, sq. 13, The following bills wereallowrd Ceo. Noiwood. for lumber, - - - - -Jas. Loucks, repair of budges, -H. Seibert, cleaning hose, - - - - -J. D Deftest, pub. leg litt, -Jobn A. Haugh, mtking fiie books, -H. Ilanes, pulling posts aiouud grave J'd,' -J. JJ. Kennedy, Tie., - - W. Wikinton, hark hire, 5. A Culler, removing nuisances, -Cbapmana &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 November 1849

Important Facts for Farmers. None of our readers should fail carefully to ponder upon the following article, from the Commercial corrf spondent cf the Washington Union. It discusses matter of paramount interest to the people of Indiana. The prospect of the larve?t9 in the British ehvi for the coming year is that which must have a most material influence upon the business of the Union. The great change which hau been goingrori Ireland einre the cummencmenl of the potato rt in 1S15. in respect to the cultivation of the igland and the influence which free trade in corn is likely to have on the enable product of the English oi., ore important questions to the Amer can farmers. In respect to En.., ml, it is well known that the policy of her corn laws was avowedly to maintain high rents for land by creating, through tariff restrictions. & liijh price for it- products. As the population pressed upon the capacity of the soil to produce, the level of prices would naturally tend t...

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