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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 December 1881

4 O I. L.SU U U R, } I yr" r f VOL. 8f.~ BATON RQUG~ LQ. ATTOB1EYS W . SURGE s, Attorney tL rwtw, ]aton Rouge, La Prompt atten. tloa given to all business entra ed to him. TWHRAN B. MAGOUDER 11 Attorney and Counsellor Ns, Jo. 54 Camp street, New Orleans, La. SCO. BIRD3 ATforoa A6 4w.:l . attend prompt al bines to him.O O Oase 01 'ematis treat. , betr Third and Cb tw at C. W. POPEI ATror Ar LAw and * Notary Public, Port Alle s, West Baton Rou e, La. 8pecial attention gi en to the col3 atics of recounts, taking testin ony under com miasdoo, nd to all otifer matter requiring the attention of an Attorney or Nota . in the parish of West Baton Rouge. ap J4 v2n13 MrHOS. B. DUPR E ATTORIoCY I and Counselor at Law. Oflic -o. f, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge. La. Will ,ractice in the State and Federal Conrti. HIIRRON & EALE, AfroBNEYS and COUNSELOi ATLAW. OfileC on North Boulevard street, neat the t office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to busi ness entrusted to them in this oining parishes. A. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 December 1881

QNA DE 3MiBU 1, 1881. ° r~:. On next Monday, the General As-: sembly will meet in extra session at 1 N ew Orleans, for the purpose of I framinig such laws as will extricate 1 the body politic of the State from -the grave difficulties in which it was Splanged by the errors of omission and oommission at the memorable session of 1880. We have said all we had to say, i and have presented several weighty a arguments regarding the Governor's t action in assembling the Legislature :at New Orleans. With all the lights before him, the Governor has persisted in adherigg to his opinion. He alone will be res ponsible for the consequences that may follow. . 4 We will not maintain our opposi tion so far as to render it factions. On the contrary, we will pray for t good results. 1I , We' do not wish to array the rep- a resentatives from the rural districts I against those of Now Orleans, but do t desire to warn them against the dan .gers that will beset them while legis lating amid influences tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 December 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. __, _ -- _ _-- _ hi Reed's Gilt Edge "Toni' amsres Chills a and Fever. It Genuine Brazillian pebbles, every one a1 guarantteed by S. Dreyfus. hi The ladies of the Pastorsl Aid Associa tion Intend giving a grand entertain ment on the 27th of December, for the purpose of repairing St. Jaines Church and Rectory. Notice of the programme o wll be given in dno time. is A smart young man of this city was ni talking to an Irishman, a few days ago, It when the latter said: "Mr H., I wish si you and I would die on the same day." iti "Whyf" interrogated Mr. H. "'e cause the dlvil woulnh hae nsuch a time with ye, he'd lave me alone altogether." Sixty days' test is giver: 1y t. . I)rey fus in the purchase of his Brazilian pebbles. 1Rev. Jasper (ross, colorer , is one of ta that class of frantls who #o about "tak. , Ing in" the good people und ler the plea that they are collecting monley to assist a some worthy nndertakling. Iiohascome 1 to grief and been jailed, undlr the charge o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 December 1881

Jos W 1s.p b a Rsoin W y of blise Deah. New Orleans Pleayune. Contrary to expectation, the myt, terious disappearance of Edward Fee from the St. James gotel qn Satur day morning last, and his conti-' nead absence, the explanation of which were confidently looked for in the answer to Col. Longley's dis patch to Jackson, Wies., is as inex plicable as ever. No answer was received from the man E. Alexander, who sent the in formation to Col.., Longley i and al though the Chief of Police at Jackson Miss., asking for some information in reference to the case, lie also has not yet received an answer. Mrs. Fee was greatly exercised on Saturday and Sunday at herhusband's absence and she wept bitterly. On Mondpy, however, she appeared to have form ed a sudden resolution as to her fu ture course of action, and yesterday afternoon began packing her trunk. She professed to feel much better than she had on the previous two days, and said she would return to her parents, in Louisville, where she wa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

yJ' } ri IM:: 4, "1! ! W.~~~~ ~ A.LSEUs.I·.:o .BATON ROUGE.ir- A "!.t . a -, t ý : il.. "ý .: ti . ý{ý: ., L r` ATTORBNY .WO, W R. L, Attorney Camp tree~s, ew Orleans, La. C . BIRD AoTTt iALAW. Will C attend pomptl to all buslness intrnated to him. on ntion street, between Third and Chrch streets, Iaton Rouge, La. C.Z ].POPE, ArM ATLAW and C. NSoty Pobl , Port Alle west Bat,, of se Ni" aking elion to the col" t of tking y under co. iadsion, and to a other mattes rquiring the attention of anAttorey or Not* in the parish of West Baton la. . .p4 , v2_1 ,THOt. B. DUPm E AToart L and Counselor at Law. .Ou.-Ao. o, Pke'e Row, Baton Roouge, L. Will ,ractlce In the State and Federsl Courts. EORRON & iCALE, H ATrOIxIsas and CoVNsSLtonII AT LAW. Ofcloe onu North Boulevard street, near the poet office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bunal nesa entrusted to them in this and adjolning parishes. A. S. Berron ........ .... L. D. Besle. F AVROT & LAM N. Arron ENaTs AT LAW. Offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

ii· -r'~·. ·· ·~;i~ ii···n ·~t i-· : I~U~irr~R SI~ 0a preparing for an excursion to At The "Dt Pmes'" are in Mfil lecst Atlanta. They were to have a day of it on last Wednesday. Itis zreprted that lradsbreet will put this years cottop crop Avgand a quar, rItalllofn bales. The three negroes who murdered Rob .ert Catlin, lately in Mississippi, have been hanged by a mob. Jacsk Wharton, it seems, has the in aide track fbr appointment as U. S. 3a sahail, at New Orleans. Guiteau is puzzling everybody about the court. His attorney has confidence that he will be found insane. Parties who desire choice Jute seed can obtain the same by application to SGOouarer & McNair, insurance agents. Price reasonable. The American publiec Health Assoeia - 4ion is holding a meeting at Savannah, The doctors will doubtless agree to disa tee, as usual. No bad results will fol 'i Secretary Blaine, who is to retire from the Cabinet soon, declines any of c~ie for the present, as he seeks to in  creas his ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

e.b* ratap yr a s ua U ai Ras . p aU t cease the w or his Deth. New Orleans Picayune. Contrary to expectation, the mye 'teriodi diseappearance of Edward Fee from the St. James Hotel on Satur day morning last, and his contin ued absence, the explanation of which were confidently looked for in the answer to Col. Longley's dis patch to Jackson, Miss., is as inex plicable as ever. No answer was received from the man E. Alexander, who sent the in formation to Col. Longley; and al though the Chief of Police at Jackson Miss., asking for some information in reference to the case, he also has not yet received an answer. Mrs. Fee was greatly exercised on Saturday and Sunday at herbosband's absence, and she wept bitterly. On Monday, i however, she appeared to have form ed a sudden resolution as to her fu ture course of action, and yesterday afternoon began packing her trunk. She professed to feel much better than she had on the previous two days, and said she wouldl return to her parents, in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

.G3 4) S4TO1~u E41? 1YGE, pICEMBIE 3,~a 1~88Z og tEdge Tome laves Dum dpegano t rorl last year, it is Ld is to a waiw bth more than $2.000,000. w Much cotton at Brownsville, Texas, The is shipped to Mexico to be manufactr- a State ed. will cl Poor Mrs. Christian4, in a fit of llye whethe toria, was found on the streetsin a Hence, scantynight-dress, in Washington, the so mnac other night. assesse Gen. Porfirio Diaz, who was married Board in Mexico last month, among other gifts, of the presented to his bride a (Ilamond set cality, orth $,00. . The -the e-t Entirely uliintentional: Fair umpiret at lawn tennis-"Only keep your head, citiva Mr. Brown, and you are sure to have a to sell soft thing." bring. The Every man is fond of striking the plante nail on the head, but when it happens calitlei to be his finger nail, his enthusiasm be comes wild and incoherent. The Lord Beaconsfield said there were capita many people who would resolve to lead the dii virtuous lives, on the principal tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

·; LOCAL MATTERS Sus1dau'ilg' f .Jeed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures CUhilla and Fever. Ai Genuine Braiillian pebble , every one r guaranteed by 8. Dreyfus. in RBacalrunlD.-On Sund y evening, d last, Jack Toby, alias C inainghbm, alias Thompson, and Wm Faulkner, Alla. Quigley, two convic a, ecamed from the penitentiary by aling the walls. They didn't go very far, bower er, as they were recaptnrt on yester. at day,'in Woodville, Miss. T eir "Frenth fi leavo" was of short dnratiotr. on We learn from a circular, of late dlate, that onurgenial friend, Major .W. T. Clu- wi verius, is now conneOte-d wiith thu well. PO known wholesale and retal drug house of 0. R. Finlay & Co., of Now Orleans. Jul The Major is well known fno his affable cal manner .and coinpllteny os s druggist, or1 and tho above firm will no doubt soon .realiz hisgreat worth andl influence. thi S. Ireyfus sells the best pblible glas,,s, for strengthening the eyeosijht. Alexandria iDemocrat: bl'he connec tion between the New ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

i : p old now; so old and feeble thati v Weral years I have beeti unable to 1t._ inue tb.p ;beeetlce of my profession. 'i1rj;ras ai atter of habit, as a kind .f seoead'natte,.a day rarely passes wtt6. rogt tfding toe at my office, .s I still Calt the littlae dsty den a*ay out of headring of the noise and crash of the street. r _. Yesterday, as I wp sitting there alont a afrlend came in ani gave me a long, I gtraloues account of a ,keleten that I ld5 been but an hour before disinterred r. ' . In the heart of the city by same workmen r digging fur the foundlation of a building. It was the skeleton of a woman, he said. C I looked at him sharply, and satistted 0 myself that he told this merely nsa it piece of intelligence. Heaven helped me nt to keep composed, I think. This was '1 rmy dread secret! "And some physiolans gave it as their v - opinion that this skeleton had lain tfder J ground quite fifty years," he continued. ti . I bit my lips; they were white enough a before. Cunning fel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

LOCAL MAT ER S hursdaip's 4dffjon. , eel's Gilt Edge Tonic care s (illa a o'ever. Genuine Brazillian pebblee, every one guaranteed by 8. Dreyfas. The ladies of the Pastoral A8id Asesocia tiro intend giving a grand: etertatin ead t on tjge 27th of Dewember, for she' parposeof repairing St. James Church sad Rectory. Noles of the progreame will be given in due time. . A sart young man of taiN city wai talkiog to an Irishman, a few days ago, when bthe latter said: "Mr H., I wish you ned I would die on the same day." "Whys" interrogated Mr. 11.. "He cause the divil would have suich a tiee, with ye,~'d lave ume alone altogether." Sixty days' test is given by H. fnrcy Las in the purchase of his Birazilian prbAles. lyev. Jasper Gross, colored, is otnes of thatrlass of frauds who go about "tak- - lug in" the good people under the plean that they are collecting money to assist, some worthy undertaking. Hie bae to griefand ibeen Jailed, under the chirge of obtaining money ndiler false lpreten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 December 1881

-_ : O .s o r veipo n d e n t trom u S t. J i 'a wfou n I stood upon tper k of qttv cliff on tiat $r of . coast between-Plahceitfs ta a g' beoo VMary's Bays. Everythipg was etL his m Only th~faintest murmur, the angry when at t s thocean roar pon the suibofty Of inter one masi, esole up must do from the s where I stood. eaoe oft The sea fowl, Inhabited a small Dosses 1 island in my left, seemed futotre tao, to have or the spell have be and gone to' ean bear- never fe ed itsor own rollthg take sll landward w otion, and Thele ii the fisherman in hi t rested think, ft upon his oars to lis to the still-. house, t ness and calm which had fallen over But ti -everything. where, A dozen or more of fishing skiffs always i and boats, a little less than schooner or disl o.ý size, stood motionless where the last with eq breeze had fainted on their sails, and off in were photographed to perfection in guard., the smooth liquid deep, and even the togethO "unerring tides" forgot for the .mo- not -...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1881

, IV- 7 I aW I IhAGN ROUGZ(: ATTORNEYS. (1E9W. kVUW~T 4ot1.iy betop od Lr rbpt atton. ttoa.w4todp t Ail b"1ueus ti to Lim. U EMA1, B. MAº.G UUEP L AttIoney and Onaunellor Let, No. 54 Camp street, New Orleans La. - to him. tffice on Third nd Chutob strseet, Satoem ____ (1 W. P i'EB, .Awrvuig At Lawa L1" Notary Publp P AlPot len West Baton anL.8r attention i'nto the Col. leotin of accounts, taking te my under corn missito, aipd to all other matters iqurinng the attention of an Attornu'y or Yotai in the ptrith of Rs Baton Rouge. ·avd13 H1¶IO$. B. DUP"TTIE t:, Aro'ThtNa I and :ounsntlor at Law. U)tlict -No. 6, Plko+' Now, Baton lGNug'. La Will JAi " :tirj, in the State An.I PoJdrl'H) (:IIIn:t, F. A H At roPawIYe.anti ('oi.e ;!.oi: jrn f~w. Offier. on North IBoulevard tr,.t, -,,cm t rjet ofleCt,, Baton Rounge Lis WV i a teiii t~ Al heW1114'i"j n0e1t4 ontrltst4'l to tht~ ;u ti, itd d rajoiiiing parishes. A. S. rron......... 1. . l . FAVIIOT & LA AM')N. VTTuii flSY ATf LAW. Of lce n N,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1881

a : 6 eeito paptror ries . g 4ldto b f bled ou after a raln. * - ii MT"it. wou" l ' oI. E. e oee has hng outhie sign in1 SYtk, announing that in future he ~1,l devote his entire time to the prac r- to e which walg wind blows. Th:e8. Tm.ma ny ].. iatells of.. Moigan City iew: For holding he fort, look a te Webster Tribune.hat h " It holds three Forte-one as publisher, d one as proprietor, and one as editor. ' Upon asembling of District cour athe S deColfaxthe hlerk asked the Judge if he should call the her, to which hishonor replied that perhaps it would be a good S hoplan to eall Fortwo sheriffs in order to o preserve ord am dng the attorneys. Mr. Emnnet Gb. Logan mnagi posgedito . of the. Louisville Courier.Jonrn and Ue of the most brilliant and District cohant ounld alits in the West, woa married la Wed that pesday night to Miss Lena H. =' Covington, a lovely and beautiful Ken preokrve blle, whose parents resid at William Betry, of Cinn emnati, was eon Sgaged to marry the wido...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1881

LQCAL MATT _y _ rrsada's tditt n.. eedl's Gilt Edge ,Tonclr a r ,al (hilli and 1'ever. oGettnne lBrafllih p.ethhies every own 5uarantee'l by H, DrePyfus, At Cl.voe rlte' drug store,. Tin Mr)-LonUMINA RA*ZIL ,AD,--W, Ae reliably informined that lthe cltizers ofTangipeaho, parish l.cv , ganizedl ia eomsAittee t to INMIlt io th etlfrts to seoure the right otf ,rayi fir t1 e propolsedl Noide, bhsi exterWinfg 1111 , i 4 5 aitlnt e!I at theboolumnan4l of tlhe wil,+±" wako pete pie of that parish. II, j.- . iel+tL t.hat, theonterprise' i ritpidly g&Il linlg popu larity. Bisty days' test l given 1.. S. lIreay lhs in the pilrehRn. #I)' 1w Brazilidie pebbles. At (lavveeribuc' tlt{i stare. MAneONI.-On last 'riel.r , ,eight, tit. ºJames Lodge No. 17 F. it . t., heIld its clnual elertioi, ofl' llie,.r, which re, sulted as follown: II'. MN. tllroi, W. Al., " Bi Hlouin,,. W,, la.H. Win.,,y, J. W., I, F. Roynauil, 'Tremnsrer, (4eorge, lbe deoron, Hereeatry. The, flllwilng oL. eers were dully...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 6 December 1881

reat aim.eaab ia lao*si shales ai . 0. Demosntra. A courtship of a year, tw9 pistol shots fred In rapid succession, the prstrito, rmi of a man and'a wo man yaing on the banquette in ghast ly pqolhof clotted blhod, and ulPrit St by an awe-stricken multitude, moake up the horrible tragedy SUtLast evening. It was twilight, and the sun had Jast hidden its light behind the clouds ofthe western sky when Maggle Ma cy left the residence of her employer M rt. 0. Hopkins, No. 109 Esplanade street, on her way home, when she was met by her lover, Henry Menne, who, after a brief conversation, drew a pistol from his pocket atnd sent a ballet through her brain. As her almost lifeles body fell on the banquet he put the pistol to his own bead and Inflicted at like wound, The hundreds thlat flocked to the scene, having been attracted by the report df e pistol and the police whlistles, e forced to witness ,an in sriba scene. The wom had fallen on her face in an awk d position, her arms in a manuet o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 December 1881

i f ý ý1ý . I J Wdn. JATH 2M KI "3 A r^ :G it n; VOL. 3. 'BATON ROUGE.i LO '1 l M1, ATTORES.1 GIO· W: 1IBUlrG Attrfney UIHMAN U. MAGI4U7DER, . Attorney and Counsellor at Law, No. 54 Camp street, New Orleans, La. C C. BIR ) Ano atrr at LAW. Wilt Sattend promptlj to all b intrudted to him. Ofoo on Convention staeet, between Third d Church streeta. Baton Rouge, La. SW. POPE, Arroanhi AT LAw and NJotary Pn WaLlite * Ntotary Pubi, Port Allen West Baton Rone, La. Special attentioon gv to the ol leo n of aconts, taking teethmdny under coin aim , and to all other matters !requirmn the attention of an Attorney or Notat In the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr4vuanl3 r HOM. B. .DUPRfICL ATrrounmr T and iounselor at Law. Ofilee No. 8, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the tate and Federal Courts. H RRON & 3E ALE, H ATTOarIR4 aed (00118OUY10IAI AT LAW. ffice on North Boulevard street. near the poet office, Baton lRouge, La. 1Lill attend to al law bust. oes entrnusted to them In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 December 1881

Jfrv 44 _.c a I .i is r ý(y1 R 1' MoiAY, Dec., 5 1) 1B* BRN;AoE. SThe senate, was oniled -to ow rat noon by, on. W. A. Bobertaur* wo Mnt i pro tera. aud exi-omlo -Lieun s tegit . G4vernor, who aIuannoued tbarfthr Seate had amemb1h lir at ree eord ewrhti t ath natohlo "the ter Govkror oonveint the General - q YB iuy exatr aseesslo, on Monday, A t - h. " - lo The Proeident-of the Senate direct- orn edAssAsat P Seersary Sminith b reld ad the proclamation. on T.he roll was then called-27 Sena- LthI tors and a quorum present. Ael Psayer by the Rev. Father Kenne On mot.on of Mr. Lucket, the h Hoase was notified that the Senate dr had met and was reay to proceed w ith usenecss. ad _ .The PrqsidePt oppointed as the eiomiattee on the part of the Senate lai rto notify the Governor that the Gen- ed etl Assembly was now organizsed <aud ready to receive any cominnanl ead~ion fro* him, Messrs. Loouilet, qu Cahen. of t Lcket offered memorial reso- of 4t0on*tiupol the death of the late o. 0e. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 December 1881

lOCAL MArT i" WU44WiFV RSeed's Gilt Edge Tonie dtihre Chills . and Fever. Buy your Christmas Candies from L. Litty, and be happy. ir. R. W. Kntckerbocker is in attlnd hot uee upon the District Court. nei Father Ryan lectures to-night and to- bit morrow night at the Catholio Chureh. alr The public generally are invited. coT We are glad to say.that Sheriff Bates l bhas recovered from his recent illness, ar and is performing his duties with his uon accustomed activity. h 187, Christmas goods have been received and is large qasaties by our mere4ants. Let in a every one contribute to the pleasnre of T the little folks-and don't forget the as 1 old ones, either. ohn Mr. J. Kornmeyer, wtiuld respectfully n""' infornm the public that he hai employedl pur a first-elass cabinet-maker, atd is ready fac at all times to make new and oepair old as furniture in the very best stylc. tj. of ane The Grand Ball of Independence Fire rn Company No. 2, which will be given at the Pike's Hall, on Thursday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 December 1881

.yam, sr:tRug*#$ u~f .' edil e -cItyol~eW 't º a itr'levMi ` º'be gh1at iyan . cl soinme '.putpkin ;I a '"that fuMr ladle*---rong ladi t,' coqeAr there are no othe bilSto a correspondence e 4` ith clergytean in London,; y Thist famtily wee aentleman who once was M ajor in t* gllsh army, and during the re g ýQ tthe- Canadas was one time an S to the Goveragr General, Sfamily moved in the high' e*$ciigios. he clergyman with whom the lh `º oogiebponded had retired from t ` e pulpit with a handsome allowanoe Siad had an income of about £5,000 a year. Besides he was sixty five, in- a tellectlially infirm, had might die at 1 any moment. Heroe was a catch. The ( correspondence grew from the stage of a friendliness;past the familiar, and into the tender lines. It had yet to reach Sthe sublime, and anon the ridloulous. c itdid both, but not yet. One of the daughters was a widow. Her letters t were judged to be thebh more pleasing, t and the old gentleman in England P likes them best. t Atengt...

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