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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

HearfaatfcaaiErlcKsUI Be«sl. , ~* «*¦? »e following from the "Batevia Tines," eehenng that any intelligence tow*"!- the; prospect, of thaf interesting ^ im l"^ l"^-^be lead with ¦ viony by our citizens. The' Editor says: ., "J*'**1 * Wormed onTnesday last by fc^Sa*^*^k » »^ed » .n?.^ "^^"P^d »*«> Aree years, SiS!1 P^te31 *«¦» l*t»4en from Sf-0 *^!^* in cigkfu* kenr.; ^^fcfr 7^^ *a» «« *W ^wK^ ^¥*l,5 ^aW ^¥ t¦ ¦ ••":'-,... -l^ihe'Peocfe'.Advoesse.5 "Rule or hun,'' is the motto of. those "*"• *i ^, -^WS^ Democracy ef 8nt> r*-^ *f|^-il1n» «wse pnrsued hr ^•tasxhag^ C^msaktee , in their call for a " ffl Contention, i, too dfctatorUl *& e^if-S*^'****-. * t*e frmS ^ofStisqueTianBa. They not only^ -& '3m*K1E^WrmQ^lmPw<tii^~ ^gm§-Afmltmllmrjm^^UtfimimJ< 'Wtimmtfl1 ^11'aM: awialTiiis esf'jafigij"^- : zzz^^z* *^ ^m^m&mmm ff ¦ J! l'yjfcyWg|^^>j^;ltjw liberty of flrjrlSBr'JBWfKM' 9&. iWffa^prtx eed-i i**|B> '~ - '...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

I »• Tlae oae term Prlssclple. : j We cannot refrain from returning our [acknowledgements for the evidences which gwe have received from every section ofthe jState, ofthe approbation of our Democratic friends ofthe course we have pursued in advocating the one term principle. These ^evidences of approval will tend to encourage us in the defence of what we believe Jo be a principle, the ascendency of which can alone secure the future success ofthe Democratic party, and at the samel time .purify the administration ofthe affairs of the government. r i. One of our correspondents, who resides in a strong Democratic county, must excuse us for giving publicity to an extract from one of his letters. The writers says : »' I have read with much interest the editorials in your valuable family' Arguk' on* the subject of the one term principle. They are sound and orthodox. The Democrats bf the country ore fully aware bv its adoption.they wilHiereofter secure a faithfid administration of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

The Slormen Enaiarranta. ' j. tne Hancock Eagle confirms the report oTthe enlistment of five hundred Mormons as volunteers under Gen. Kearney. They ate to be volunteers for twelve monUiaUwdl be marched to California,receivingpaV and allowances during the above time? and aj its expiration will be discharged and allowed Jo retain as their private property the guns and accoutrements to be furnished to them. | 5 In consideration of their having placed this force at the disposal of Gen. Kearney, the Wernment pledges itself that protection shall be given to the emigrating Mormons, and grants them the use or » ahy of the Indian lands they may think proper to select, until they are ready to cros^the mountains. ; The Mormons, in accordance with' this arrangement, have made choice of Grand Island, up the Platte river, a large tract w*ich has a salt spring upon it There; they *P winter and collect the entire Mormon population of the West, preparatory1 to a movement upon California in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

p@®ir ®k raiiviMmioiii.-•SaT T sw»"^T ^^ «M»KeI ' Nj^sessrStastsst at a liberal discount for cash. tf™"puy, or August 4, 18M.| I . 8^w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

SHERIFF'S SAl|E. BT virtue of a frit of r^aiHoni Aponot te „,« , dlr^Brf^vered wiU beex^^toI>Sb *ei^ e ?&*»*** MonmSefooltty ttie 15th day of A^aust mst. at 1 o'clSk, P,MtiL following jescribJa real .estate numaW m 1 2 £^Wtsd OuHled *ad deK^lHr^loW.' to wit: No. 1. sitdato in the BoroushTf lM^.V-1!' in the Couoty of ^aqoebMin^ | i | rf^^' yanU-Beriuaingfrapost it^otthlJnmtat it bemg also 0 cofner of a lot of laadKerK ongmg to I«ac Port, (now of K WHEntWl thence bv said E W. Hawley's and^ac pSi tarf I*5!h JM •N"" «"P««oe. T4ZZ , thenco land of Stephen Hinds north 3frde/w|U 17TL5. ! e. w a postth*** by a public street porth Aleg. east, 9 perches aod two.tentbs of a|perch toui p lace of bcginmn|i contiimng nearlftone^ 6f land, with tie apjurtenances, a largeSrame^uae occuped as a pubfc house or tavern.^iargVfra^ed barnorshod. and t large framed biab^occuriS SLf^ •j"? &F*? "^ «h» for atdwelWyp stairs, and all improved. , | ° ^ .J?°\2 .8i, ?a,e K^ridf^ter towas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

' ''&MMQ&Wtteym+v m^W'~':'~' ' ia^^rJSSm!9SS ttm If to llstrtaifj, fiifj, eea, n,M TM*. ledaetioa was * m**h£tt&* J^ &Mpmke&8$8 T[?f«*setioa. 7WVk^tf®ESHS* S^ri±l5w;teh.v*it ImmmSiSSfSl i SS?»^?5*eomplrtefy successful Tea SSZ Uttwaof the *ork wet gifotatmtt' mit fmSk at to>ury tt^tb. boS^xeVsar»^" mer sl\« « iu ja^eS^^^I^^™ , tanm, are Mnzhtd ^^ wifi^tl^pV* of ba^sS? In gv»^tfa'<Wwi^ementrf^»^ ronsae of the pu'bV*7wpla. from foaWa of & importsacO-to tfefcon^ii^Sf * ?*2&J5£5l holdiaf the posiuWof tae'« tki&emi ^SM^" we an entering 0^00" «he most eatencjve sad oostiv •rraas^anenu toincret '0 hxxtfuiaim at hmSaa} Sr,?d ^., i,T0^- ^^toteiilaalSS end have onlylately bega&sad enS^^S ,* range as to reqane tune ffr their a^watj-^LJ? bat at our plans weeeed" they V^noMy aaaoaall -JSyj», f ,,,l,»'lta«'"«h*^^ «a» wo^fwii sued that tbey cannot fa*to givftjbe •tiafkcawX The rank ofthe United Sta^ aa^^thetaadk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

MWTlfJgg Mmm BltiCTBIT: 'm Y 3. B. SIMMONS, ^f-*.^08 Maker-*hop on Turnuikest oneri^ir west of M. 8. Wasotfs stote: u™i?^ e"-fl,»8«to0r | „^ 1^ ?^^ wnkuMS, -"', ^a!^ H,ur ."•""••H-P «¦¦ Turnpike a m; . thg^jf^ntrfA- BDja wttVaahop. ™*,p*™ ^ m: R. 8EARLE <fc CO. < L A good assortment of Dry doods, Crockerv H.J ware, 4ie. Su., Wett^^bli^lveale. ^ 'V, ::;i:,':"BENJ..f|AiriiE, :-:v • - " D ^o?ir^bKent^^ ^ & ** , LYONS ic CHANDLER, v ^j^g^g^^jg i_,; "."< 1 MERRILL *V ROOT: °^&$&fe^^ f*H.«^ /_t iv-JERKELTONs;; , -"' ; DealerrtjOryOoods, Groceries Books. i.^*i and Bookblader-ifeart Jttp^??¥* HP " f 7 * ™*f*^ ^wci**!*".;: ^^JLiC'la, POST' st-CO.- ¦¦:" ^^ ^J SoqdU, Hardware, CrocW Acl-CQmef|,f Public Avenue sftTatnpjEeeff- : ¦ -^,.4u ^ OHflf GROVES,. .':-. ¦ , Fa^oa^l,, Twlc^.Tw ^ , beiow Q,. F<rmVt r^t ^MU ^°«D * «ON. ' ^lfel?^, r*. P^fe0"^*. J«*«»' - xoou, Sicr^. ^^ East mae-^uhjic Ayfnne; ral' ^^ -SAiiisBiJRY^r- ;?;•* Cheap Good* for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

rT- ^^P^Sradvocate.. ItM CI«|sa%asaI«iM Lt-arty Faurty ^JOkVa^lftsw-WJMhtysA I«mm newtoaswtltarobjictieo, thatper-MteM,m^Y9peTrira,.,Jbim anyegainst wUeayweanvatDcentead. It isthts: "Tou Wb^M'lWKWrwyour vc^iaasaaucfa as yoor n«jal»ersajetpoftws*h<^ f|r ,ucof ™**^«**?mm*to -aoral l^s^^p^^ah tnisdly-po^ ilsVotij^ ^ AlMri^'lallbt-Doz Upon llie institutions, and interests, and public sentiments of the land; would yield to the so obvious claims of Truth upon them, and go over to" the help of bruised humanity. |, Now this objection, or rather excuse, imj plies a want of confidence in the power of I Truth, and of iu Author. No Reformer ever lacked this faith. It inspired Luther, in all hu dark, and toother eyes, hopeless struggle against the ancient, and earth-based usurpations of Romish superstition. West India would never have told to a vast world the joyous story of Emancipation, but for this faith in the few who redeeined her, under circumstances far more hopeless than any...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

List of Jurors drawn to serve at the AugLt Sessions, A. D, 1846. t }! Grand Juror* j; Bridswaler— Harvy Patr^k. - --Brooklyn—Stepheai Breed, Gilbert N. Sniith Choconut—David JBuffum; Daniel Chambferlain. Cliflord—WilliamjS. Frier. f Diinock—John Foster, Simeon Tyler Jr Great Bertd—Nelspn Bakir. ' ' L • GibW-Williiim T. Case; Asa Howard, HttrmoflV—Morgah Shutn>. Harfor*UDaniel Si. Tiftany, Edwin Tineley. Jackson—Martin Hall. . . Lenoi-^ALson. Tiftany, Dttniel H. Wade. .' -MiduUetown—Hoberlf orter, James Tamart. Woob^J^el^T^^Tialaf^ ;¦; Bosh—-WUteman <). Handrick. , Soringville—Ira Stott. . - ' Thomson-Jehn Jenkins..' Xrayerae lairera. (lsl-Weiek.) Auburn—Samuel king, Atidrew Love. Jacob Low Briilgewatet—Erekiel Maine, David R. Street. Brooklyn—David ik' ent, Rodney Jewett, Charles rengo. Choconut—James House. .Howard Kimball. Forest Lake—Timothy D. iShay, Barrett Sherer. Franklin—John Watson. \ Great Bend—Nicl»olas DuBois, Peter Decker. Enos Stoddard. , Harford—gras...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

.'.f; -/T#isut|«t, '" ' Jn the Common Pleat of Sutquehanna County for H j r" August Terni 1846. Mllntosh -rl. Trowbridge, aprieal, 273 Nov. T. 1843. O'Day vsVBitSs, repl^ytti, 973 April*." 1844. Same Vs/Unfe,.replevin, 274 Ap. T. 1844. Camp>t. TrHmbull, appeal, 406 Ap. T. 1844. Bfley v»..liiBf,'tte*r4»*, 47 ^ng. T. 1844. Keeler vs. Youngs, appeal, 27() Aug. T. 1844. Baker vs. Milter, in ctee, 107iNov. T. 1S44. Ward vs. Gray, in case, 85 Jab. T. 1845. Dowd vs. Boner, appeal, 112 'Jan. T-1845. Tingley v».- Cook, m «a»e, 32 Jan. T. 1845. Porter vs, Jackson, in! debt. 4k Ap. T^I845. Brook* vs, Baker, in case, 81 i*.p. T. 1845. Welsh t*. Leeman, trespass, lOl Ap. T. 184S. Herrick et al v». Milhyd et at *ci. 4. 200 Ap. T. '4* Gray v*. M'Keeby, appeal , 204 Ap. T. 1845. A™»ld »»• Lee, appeal, 213 Ap. f. 1845. WiulaBuv.vsi Bttrdick; ejectmfent, SIS Aug. T. 1845. Adaaw »*. < Johasos, appeal, 961 Aug. T. W45. Scott v*.rCrsndsU;*cii A. 229 Aug. T. 184& V^awva, lk*^eyj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

^THJ[ M4RRE1FS. g6***"*0 wsksLt roaiTuc rtow.| r ai»voc4T». '_/ | N8W YOBK, itk- 6. 1*46. . W^flw, iierlbrral fb,87 ® 4,tJ0 Co^n-lt a\"•' ¦ 1»,«2»*75! Wh«?i.»»Jr * £,68*8,00 OoS aI i ' - .^65«P,« &• * : tssd" 3B^»i; If :Si BUttevt^rb-Oraiigoco. ; 0 IS » 0,17 Cke-ii parlhWe T*B'U,,y' !»¦••>«¦ r^ra, perbarrel , aW lf,S7,«l0^0 ¦ jfT tsft- Iwisi ^£pri:. illli A»«W,wooL aJr'lh -t- ' P° '• 3-°° ^""" ^<*** , pajrlb.aasaa,. , 8i3«.® 0,38 ¦&••¦'¦'<-• RST^1?' ||34®p,36' ¦: - -A. • ? ;UvalsVMsrBw>eW4 ^ 09

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

w^^Sb i ii i i ^ rpHE subscribe^ are receiving a largi addition to M- their stock of Goods; which makes Ihefr assortment equal to anj* establishment in tawn—which they offer at reduced pricey for BEADY$PAY ii «n j .... MILLS 4 SHJfeHMAN. July 23nd, 1846J T - —— S '. : i Pftl.NTS, a grea^ variety, from 10 to is per cent, less than last ipring price*, by ! . j MtLL.9 &. gHfeBMAN. ROAD CLOTiMs from 11,374 npl iatinet*, Cassimeres, iSSc. Sue. by | MJLLS & SHERMAN. — 4 1 '—.—i YOUNG HYSOfi Tea—« lbs. for one dollar, by ] MILLS &. SHfeBMAN. . LUG TOBAddo at 6 d. per lb. by 5 ~ MILLS & SHEBM"AN. IRON, Steel, Nails i. Hardware, just feceived'by J ¦ MjfLLS & Sh|rma^.' . "NOTICE; }¦¦ A LL persons are hereby caurjoned liotiio purchase x* a Note given bt me to Hiram CoaHbev, dated July 4, 1846, as sai4 note was obtained By fraud and I have received no value. > i J " BENJAMINJB. FOX; Forest Lake, Jul* 23, 1846;' '' 'f -'• MORE fiEW GO0M UST open...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

.^msfm/smL Jtf} * :i\-i\f vll..iaT J H.y>^A^y y«f-gj Si Kf !EC-'-, My;esrfv,hjipey, n^"«srry hope*,:.., ,¦- ¦ 1 ^"^H'r^^the.eTound,,,, „.fl ., ; 7 - As like the n^ inaatumua.tiaie, ;. .... , - -j • Its petal* strewn *rc*ndf <¦<•;•'. -< -J--; r;..j - ¦¥EtoSt,'tKeyi!aVeBB;inc^_*%^J/:i; ' .'j"] ;'; To|«jrj^«.^l4« ^ / ' , ,u7: .^hen •ummet's gone,- aad. winterVco tfia, <: <.¦ ¦ iUi' And |»rj» life's rugged-way*. -•¦-¦ *w .•.•¦:¦: yj..s My eariyliorjaa, my early hope*; «a' '¦¦ •• -¦>': •-i-T«b»>on1*aa»|yea*d,- '^:v"' ' ' vi;"'. • ~ 7 ;, And, like my friends of other Oaja,, ,' 7- \Ie"toyt;aeC.wii£^'aessl. 'ij.-. Y'. Y.Y ' Affection's chain, it seemed to me, '- Mighjt never grow lets bright, •'""¦- ^- Bu t now its every link i» broke, .-- >'"7 ".. My hop** havku'ento Sight. 7 7- ,; ' .^^yHf*. toy early hope* , -r Thyaigbt I clu regrtt,-Althoogh-thejivorldhirprovedtome, ' - - ™H? W^ I**! J^y «?'• 7 ,' 7,7. .... For tho't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

THl JJIAii lEABJAP SIELETOJi HASH.. JttiteUarttous^ ¦ - > ; ¦ -.-5 From the Democratic Review. A whimsical and curious circumstance occurred abovA two years ago in Palermo, that cast into t|e shade the budget, the aristocracy1 and tie Press. For the allotted nine days dnefto every wonder, the whole .city talked of hotting but Signora Crozzi diJtfortp. Shgisa lady of about twenty years of age, l|er person beautiful and exquisitely proportioned, her complexion white and pure as sijow, and her voice soft as a syren'sj She & distinguished alike by genius and accomplishments. She plays on thepiapo forti like De Meyer, sings like Mademoiselle J)elcey, and dances like Mademoiselle Augusta. Her fortune, moreover, is $300,000 a jrear—an excellent heart and a spotless farie. But as ratal ill-chance would have it-i^such was the story which speedily spread; through Palermo on the arrival ofthe fah^aud eccentric stranger, who •was the only daughter of very wealthy Russian ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

Denies te> Society and to Ourselves. The; truly polite mujst be an habitually cheerful person. Bnt cheerfulness, it will be said; is a matter of temperament and of circumstance. Then if we possess it not, we should cultivate it as a duty. Theire is no word in our language more commonly used, nor any'one less defined or less understood than "happiness." It is sometimes taken to mean pleasurable sensations derived through the senses; sometimes it means a peculiar state of mind. Perhaps it is easier to tell what happiness is not, than what it is. The most perfect health is not happiness unless one has something to do. Health and riches do not .make one happy. These accidents of being rather excite cravings for enjoyment. They are means, not ends." A rich man can ride but one horse, or sit but iu one coach, or eat but one din ner, or wear but one suit of garments, or live but in one house at a_ time. Persons in moderate circumstances can do the same. Health, riches, power...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

'¦' Hints to Parents. ? * feo.all; we scold ( Uur ideas in answer to tliis Question arc well expressed in a paragraph we find, uncrcditeil in an exchange. whicji says:—" Scolding lias neither reason, religion, common sense, nor experience to recommend it,~while there are reasons,many and inighty to justify its -total abolition. It •souns the temper ofthe children; so that one thorough scolding prepares the way fortwoor thred more. It sours your temper provided ijja.ksvcfi'-jvhich is a. question, if you are prone to scold; and thus the more you scold, the more you will have to' scold, and because you have become crosscr, and your children likewise. Scolding alienates- the hearts of your children, Depend upon itj they pannot love you as well after you have berated them as they did before. You may appr&ach them with firmness and decision, you may punish with severity adequate to the tCue nature of their offences, and they will f^el the justice of your conduct and love you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

i ^fctferttsemntts. Y I THE AHMICAS AGRICCLTIRIST, TE^P Mi?—One Dollar per year in advance ; sin-He numbers. Ten Cents ; Three copies for Two Dollies. I'uf)lished monthly, hy SaT'on 4. Milet, 205 Broad* way. Kew York, containing 32 pages, royal octavo. Ea<jh nnmbcr of the Agriculturist contains bat one sheet J and i« transported by mail under the same resruujtiond as newspapers, viz: free any distance not o*er 30 miles from tlie place of publication : ove* this yid within 100 miles, or. to any town in "the •StatCTnl' Sew York, one cent postaire on each number, and nne md 11 half cents if over; 100 miles, with, out iliU .state. It J= sn much" trouble to set a post-office order paid, find it requires so much formality, that subscribers AiU plea«e liereafter remit all moneys direcfljj to St&pton 4* MiUt, at their risk and expense; taking care.Jf |Mi!+il>le. tliat the package does not exceetj tbe vieigbt of half an ounce, thus.subjecting them to sin».l«J pustiu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

IT«HE Publisher's of the People's Advocate,.hav' -*- FStn* ,,se "f mi entirely new and modern an sortmfjntof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute^ m a nfeat and satjslactory style, all kind* of JJOBPimTING. at priees to suit the times. PIamphlets, Billheads, ' UaBDS, CATALOGDEg, j HAXbfliLLs, Blank*; &c. j Prinufd oni&hort notice, and. in the best style of the Art. ; , , ,F?tA. «hare of the People'* patronage is respectfully sjilicited. , . ^^ i'n\f fl, .1846. . DOW & BOYD. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 6 August 1846

I RECIST'JBB'S NOTICE. PVthlO NOTICE is hereby riven to ajl penoo «(>noeti»ed in the foil owing Estates, to wit s ! TheJEstateof JOHN LA.VGSTAFF,lateofBrookl lyn township, deceased , ! , 'i. ] T 1 Mel Uemett, 8m-*ivjag Adminstrator. ¦ ThejsWtebfWILXlAjj J£NAPPrhrte of Udoi township, deceased, • . ; _, . !U: ? .' ^I»*«e Kna/rp, AdminMrator. ThejlEstate of.EOBINSON WOOD.'Uta ofMow Milford township, deceased, .- .,.:-y, • ¦ -.- t-l: -A .:i".X T''"Jdk»KimrtUw:'-i.'it- '¦¦¦ t_i-- ; 1 :> H. r O^H; J*«SSrW^ • Th#,E«U»a otlBA/GRBGofir, late of Bridgew* ter towaship, deceased, " ¦ ,. , j . l^f^^J^ l^^l That fteme^ntanto have settled their account* in ** **$***,Offleaintad for the county «f Sosqaehum*; tmt-ihat the same will he preaeaMd ta tbe i^°CSf,^^'f Co"?** Moath« eaMon-^•^?'H* 4^;°f A^e^'heit,^;ciaf«rB»iii aadattowsnoe.- *••.! . ^-., ,i-.s.> .>.» -v^-nfj Jf" !'^"'; . "¦'¦ %-wQO*f fV***m»'} Register!*Office, Montrose, > ?! *>*' '~rr ¦- ] July 2...

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