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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 August 1868

Si:i: tiii: I!kiimoxii market*, reported by onr etthnnWe friend, 1!- 11. Dibbsm., Ksq. They are valuable. Xotick.—We, tin! aged senior, are away, and Uenoc not responsible ior .my errors, typographical or oilier. Stu'i.e.—lf anybody wants to know lW to build a stable properly let him . p to the farm called "Piedmont" near . apidan Stutiou. That's Riuiit.—Slick tip your little scraps of paper, which nobody scesand ceimread If they do fee. That's way to eneouragC| your rounty paper* J mac.—On Saturday last, lliirty or f,, it y wagon loaiU oi sumac were brought to I lit* town, am eytry day fresh loads come In. Tlutftown is crammed with it. •vuiiac takes rfre spontaneously. 'I'ako care* Kwom-jm by Instinct. —\V he n eve r any! importance is about to hnppiu in thY place, Mosks lUnhy, led by unerringißportorlal instinct, is sure to come up i»n a visit to his venerable father. He Is a good newspaper man. (JUiWT.A-We hare no end of pretty I (idles from all parts of the country, soj•liming I...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 21 August 1868

Little I nsk; my Wants are fewj I only wish a hut of stone, )A very plain brown Btonfc will tlo) That 1 may call my own— And close at hand Is such a one, Id yonder street that fronts the sun. Plain food Is quite enough for me; Three courses are as good as ten; If nature can subsist on three, Thank Heaven for three. Amen 1 1 always thought cold vituuls nice— My choice would be vanilla Ice. I care not much for gold or laud; Give mo a mortgage here and there, Home good bank stock, some note of hand Or trifling railroad share— 1 only ask that fortune send— A little more than 1 shall sp nd. Honors are silly toys I know And titles are but empty names; I would, perhaps, be Plenipo— But only near St. James; I'm very sure 1 should not care To All our Gubernutor's chair. Jewels are baubles ; 'tis a sin To care for such unfruitful things; One good sized diamond in pin, Some not so large, in rings, A ruby, and a pearl or so, Will do for me; I laugh at show. My dame should dress in cheap attire,...

Publication Title: Native Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 August 1868

What though before me Jt Is dark, Too dark for me to sec f I ask but light for one step more; 'Tis quite enough for mc. Each little humble stop I take, The gloom c'ovrs from lhe next; So, though 'tis very dark beyond, I never am perplexed. And If some times the mist hangs close, So close I fear to stray Patient I wait a little while, And soon it clears away. I would not see my future path, For mercy veils it so; My present steps might harder bo Did I the fu i ure know. It may be that my path is rough, Thorney, and hard, and steep; And, knowing this, my strength might fail Through fear and terror deep. It may be that it winds along A smooth and flowery way; Hut seeing this, I might dispiso The journey of to-day. I'erh ps my path is very short. My Journey nearly done ( And I might tremble nt the thought Of ending It too soon. Or, If I saw a wenry length Of toad that 1 must wend, Fnliitin-:, I'd think, "My feeble powers Will tail me ere the end.'' And so I do not wish fo see My journey...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 August 1868

fostiiiHsters are required to give notice Iv letter when n subscriber does not take hi paper from the office; and Rive the rettsoi fur lbs not being taken. Neglecting to do si 111. ikes l lie in.tit inasi cr responsible to the pub wisher for t in- payment. Any person who lakes a paper reguhii-1: f oni t be postottice, whether he lius ■nbscrlli ril or not, is responsible tor the payment ti the subscription. | |A person urderlng his paper iliseontinuet must pay all arrearages, or the publisher ma; continue to send it until payment is math nnil collect tbe whole amount, whether it 1 taken from the office or ttoli The courts have deolded that refusing t< take a paperaml pertodloa* from tlie post ofliee, or removing and leaving liiem unciill .1 for. Is prima facie evidence of intcntloini AUgUs* 24th 1868. Scottsville is not on the direct road train Orange Courthouse to the White Sulphur Springs, nevertheless your correspondent selected Unit route, lletwecu Orange and Xorth Gar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 August 1868

LOCAL NEWS. (imiKV —For September has arrived — rich in pictures patterns, fashions, tales Ac iVe., popular wltli the Indies, tj.1,00 v. yetir. 1... A. Godey, riiilladclphia. l-'niK in Cl t.FU-Kii. — Tlie residence of .Mr. John W. (jriffiii was eoiisiiincd by liro on Wednesday night last. .Most of the furniture, provision,clothing, &_., were burned. Also a fold watch belonging to his daughter who was visiting hi in from the South. It is thought by his neighbors that it was the work ot an incendiary,but Mr. Gl'ltUtl was too charitable to believe it. Lamm' I'.uu.—The Ladies' Fair, held at this place last Monday, was quite a Mii-ecss, realising about five hundred dollar!. We must say that there were more fair ladies present than we ever dreamed of in oar philosophy. We were "struck with admiration" and knocked from the Art Gallery down into a place where l(ee) creamed and kicked (caked) and afterwards had the injuries mollified by c instant applications of ice lemonade, We ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 28 August 1868

ULYSSES, COME HOME ! Air— "Come Home." O, Hiram Ulysses, come home to your dad, For the clock in the steeple strikes two; Impeachment's "gone up," and Ben Wade fs stark mad. And he swear's Its nil over with you: The Chicago Convention will help you no more. The Methodist Conference won't pray ; There's tbe ugliest uews from tbe Orogon shore. And In short there's the d—lckens to pay! Come home f Come home I Come home! Sweet Hi ram Ulysses, come home! Abe Lincoln has gone to the Red Sulphur Springs, And Stanton can't "stick" any more, Old Thnd, lv despair, to bis dusky bride clings, While Sumner, the eunuch, feels sore j Ben Butler is stealing ti look at the spoons; The bondholders quake for their gold ; Tho bands have stopped playing "those 101 l old tunes," And I fear, my sweet Hiram, you're sold! Come home, etc. I've a horse In the circus for you and Colfax, 'Tls the horse that you rode In the Smith— The monkey stands ready to leup on your backs, And there's whisky to pour In your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 September 1868

BY lIAHIIY A STOIEIt. *t__isof AnVTHrnsiMO.— Thefollowlnsjaj-e our terms of Advertising, which will, in lin Instance, be departed from : '_,___ One square, (lOllneaorlesa.) Ist ltiscrt'n, jl On Insertion 0 50 inesquare 12 months, 12ixi pnu square ti mouths _. 8 00 Oneaquare .1 mouths "idO Business Curds, olieycnr, 11l DO Two squares, 12 months 20 00 Three squares, 12 months _ no Quarter column. 12mouths, moo Jln!i column, 12 montha, Toon One column, 12 months lii'iOU , 43-Advertisements for a less time than three months will be charged for at. the usual rates—cine dollar per square for the first inrertlon, snd fifty cents for each subsequent iisertiou. •aJTlie number of Insert lons must be marked on the manuscript, o, the advertisement _.i 11 ~.......,11.. 1 in.io 1,.,-i.i.l 1 ..1. 1 irs. v. auams. jrvinu a. hciic AI>A."»IS A H3 « 'X, iiiror.ncn.s ,\sn joiiukks or CMIXA, GLASS AM) QUEENSWARE, ASH lIKAI-KftS IN LAMrS, CHANDEf.IEUS, COAL OIL, Ac. So. it 13 Baltimore Street,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 September 1868

KltlliAV MiillNl.\\l-,::::::::::::::Sl--.I'T. M. ISIIS. KK-ASPAPKU LAWS. 1-ost niiiKt, r» nn- required to (rive notice by letter when a subscriber does not lake bis unpei- from tin- nilln fstunl glvo the reason for Its not being taken. Neglecting to do so lllllUes I lie post 1 nasi el- responsible to till- publisher tor the payment. \nv person who takes n paper regularly •Trout the 11 >st-itrnv. whether lie bus aiibscrib»>i! or nut, is responsibly for the payment of theaubßcrtption. MA person oiilerhiK his paper discontinued must pay all arrearages, orthe publisher may Continue to send it until payment is ma*e"\ ami collect tin- whole amount, whether It ia taken from tUfl office or not. The cunts have decided that refusing to take a paper and periodical from tlm pastoffice, ..r removing and leaving them unciiUil tor, Is-in'M« facie evidence of inteiUlomil mid. IV UITH Sri.t'iHit Krnixos ) August '27, ISOB. ) Crj-Htiil spring of health and pleasure, In thy lied ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 September 1868

LOCAL NEWS Colored Democratic Clubs are being organised oil over the Siuti-aml South. Wont our eolori'tl friends desert their lalse gods ami orgaulae one in Orange. rosTrnMU!.-—The sale of lots 11. Di Taliaferro esq. advertises to take place on tlie 20th lilt., has been postponod until to-morrow, the Bth instant' in eonsci'iiciico ofthe sickness ol Mr. Hot.si-.woit'ril, Auction .ci-, Tup v:-: -,—One day last week, some candidates for Wibiiki.l's SundayHuhool, in Richmond, broke Into Mr. I' S. I!ooti:x's barn, about tour miles from this plftCe, and stole several bass of ■wheat. Petersburg Index.- We invite at leiitiou to the notice Of this valuable Southern journal, to be. found In another ColuWD- Tbe Index is one of the stiiunc-hest and most outspoken papers in the South, is destined to do much good iv the advocacy of the cause ol iShVMiirii ci Hi,un. and we take plea-tire In recommending it to our leaders and frit nils. , ___ i'o. i. i-fk'k Ait.ur-i.—The postofllee at Itomelatid an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 4 September 1868

AH ELEGY o*s TnF. GLOBI' OK lIElt SEX, MKB. MAIIV BbAI/.i:. Good people all, wltli one accord, Lament for .Madam Illaize, Who never wanted a good word— l*rom those who spoko her praise. The needy .seldom pnss'd the door, And always found her kind: She freely lent to all the poor— Who left a pledge behind. Rbo strove the neighborhood to please, With manners wondrous winning; And never tollow'd wicked ways— Unless when she was sinning. At church In silk nnd satins new, Witli hoop of monstrous size; Bho never slumbered in her pew— But when she'd shut her eyes. Her love was sought, I do aver, By twenty beaux and more; The king himself has followd her— When she has widk'd before. But now her wealth and finery tied, ! titer hangers-on cut short all; The doctors found when she was dead— I ,iler last disorder mortal. Let us lament, in sorrow sore, For Nent-street well may say, That had she lived a twelvemonths more.She bad not died to-day. The jaws of death—dying speeches. Ices in vogue amo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 September 1868

BY BAOBY - s'i'oEEß. Tkhmsol A l.VKinisl N.!.-Tbe following linear term* of Advertising, which will, in no Instance lie departed from! ,)„,."< lltl're. i I" llnesor less,) IM lllsort'll, «l IHI Kschaubaequenl InserUol OM t ,lies.|iiarel--ni..i.i is 12 One siplarc l> in.'lillis KIW one square Bmouths 800 Business ( arils, one yeur, ill 0(1 Two squares, 111 months WOO Three squares,lll months 2ilKl (juarlcr column, 12 months, -MlKl flulf coluniii, 12 months, TO (Ml Oue column, 12 months 12.1(1(1 e^-Advert iscnienls for v less time than three months will be charged for at the usual rates—one dollar per square tor the tirsi insert lon, and lifty cents for each suliseinieiit Insertion, MuTbe number of Insertions must be markkdon the manuscript, oi tin- advertisement ••/ill be continued until fbrbld aud charged for aeoordlngly, WM. 11. AI'AMS. lIIVIMI A. 11l I R ADAHI & IIC t li, [Mfoitrinis anii .loiiniais ok DlllXA, GLASS A\I)(!UEEXS\VARE, ANII OKAI.KII...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 September 1868

italic ffitggfotett, „,UUAKIi C. 11.,*— ej FRIIICAV yi(Mt.\lN('r..':::;:.-;:::'.::.SKrr. il. ISW. [ ( ' KEivsPAP-aR I,A\vs. ci l'ostinnsli'irs nre reiuiired to glvr-notice liy S. letter when a stibmirllaor does not take hi- tl paper from the oiUee; unit give tlie reason tl lor Its not being taken. Neglecting to do ,-,o „ niiikes tlii-iiiistinn".tcriT-i|)iiiisililet.i (liepuii- . ..Klit-i- tin the laiynieiit. Any pefton v, 1. ■'• tattc* a lui'iiir regularly tl from the peatofllt-n, Whether nelias siibscrlb- r; cii or nut, i.s lor tho payment of v ' hi- -ui'si-i ii»l ii ni. ~ A person ordering li is paper discontinued t inusi pay ttllarre—rages, or thin pulilishermay n continue to send It until payment Is made, { in,■! .-..ii.-et tin- whole tuui'iiiil, wlitlhi-r it is taken from the i.lliee or not. The courts have decided that refusing td C take a paper ami periodical from tin- PC*t- 1 ofliee, or removing mid leaving them uncall- ~ c I tor, is prima facie evidence of intentional fillU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 September 1868

Hois QueHY.-. Which of the snlnts is l,c patron Mint Of the BikMcslsll An,vcr. Saint Slffger-l" (Iru 'I'ii'kh On in. —Wo have the rnttilyiuc nc-ofi trial our Hefcel e«ee I ill be rebuilt when the Hai-uw-S C*mi road Ih Hlllshcfl. llidiM.ox |)..s.-i-sKeshi> soul in patience, ■ai - heartily, sleeps well, anil sceiru to inve no desire to attempt another cs:npe uid not much iipprchcnsioii us lo his fiite. ltisKiNKii.— Key. Mr. MtOnws hns rc--igncil the cliai-nc"! the l'.aptist C'liui'cli ii" tills place Urn- community part from tlhn with rci-n t. Hois a man of intellect and of kAjfh cliainetcr. year, Mr. 15. F. Nai.i.b, who livca at Rivplllan Station, n-alizcil P-S tothc"acrc ti.itii -vhcitt and corn alone on n portion ot'his line farm. Yet people insist that fanning is not j.Totttable. '■ Kkmh.k Scliont.. —VVc think it a (lilt*to remind our renders lhat Alaj. Kttis-Mt-H Taylor, who lives some two miles from the village, Ims au excellent female School. No belter home for .voti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 11 September 1868

Oh! dainty foot, oh! gaiter boot, To piety you're shocking; I only know of one thing worse, Aud Hint's a snow-white , Bo neat and clean, together seen, Even stoles must agree To you to vote what Grey once wrote, A handsome elegy (1-e-g.J The lasting theme of midnight dream, The very soul of song, Man wants but lllt/.e here below. And never wants you tony. By Plato ne'er sent tripping hei*"?— By Plato rather given, To lead poor man (an easy plan) To any place but Heaven. But yet I vow, there's magic now, About a woman's foot, And cunning was the wiz.zard hund That framed tlie gaiter boot. For while the knave the gaiters gave To mortals to ensnare them; Mankind he hoaxed, and even coaxed The Angels down to wear them. A doubtful dish—lntsli. Quarter-Masters—Landlords. I Queer kind of love—a neuralgic , affection. —— Nonsmse lias been described as ' sense that difl'ers from one's own. What is that by losing -in eye has nothing left but a nose 1 A noise. Mr. Pogg says he don.t enre anyth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 September 1868

BY BAGBY * KTOFKII. TKKMSOfAl)VEin'i^n.--Tllef;'lio**-i'.l| ; «'-i---niuter.na of AdverttaLn:, which will, n. no n .,,,, u].,l.i™''ii''''' luserllou «5U ! {esqiisre tmi.nl U- ¥J° I ".. s, i.arc 8 lOOtIUH " « liuKln.NN ('urds, one year Jj»00 "wo «i«ar-h 12 months »W T r,*e«(|'iai"K. 12 in.intlim,.. 25M tVuirt.-r column. Ulinoritlis IliWl l.slfr-lnnin. li'inontlis <t> m tViic column, ii moiitlm liiOO for 11 less lime t...,i. three months will he churned for nl llie usuii rn tm— oneiloiii.i-p. 1 si|iiiu-eror the Hist Insertion, and fifty cents tor each subseijnent iiiaertion. M »eden th« manuscript, o, the iidvertNenient will be continued until forbid and chargefar a*—ott—ugly. arade. wa. 11. Ana**.!-. iktiho a. nucx , ABATIS hi. IH'tJK, " iai*iiitTi:i!s ami joiiiii :nn or CHIXA, GLASS A\D UtEE\SWAHE, ANl> IMI.A 1.1 K-. IN LAMIU CIIANI)I'',I,II''.US, COAL OIL, *c. No. 33T Bnl'linore S.i . cl, AndS2 VernitmSlcet, . BALTIMORE MD. "ttTE are hum iiiuiiiiiac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 September 1868

fost masters are, required to give notice by rtter when a subscriber does not take his mpe-r from the office; ami givo the reason 'or Its not being taken. Neglecting to dose nakeH t Ik- pi »st mast er responsible to the publisher for the payment. Any person who taker* a paper regularly rom the postofHoe, whether he lias suhscrib*.l or not, Ik responsible for the payment ol -he subscript Inn. A person ordering bis paper discontinued nust pay all arrearages, or the publisher nitxy -■mi i nut' to send It until payment Is made bad collect the whole amount, whether it li ;aken from tbe office or not. The courts have decided that refusing tc :akea paper and periodical from the post.■lnVe, or removing and leaving them uncall *.l for, is i>rimn fade evidence of intentiona. fraud. SECESSION. The Dispatch takes botli the Tribune , and the World to task on the subject of I secession, as it relates to Oen. Lke.— ' Chase and Wade are authorities on this j matter—why not refer to them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 September 1868

the real patron saint of the Radicals is no |gj, Nlgger-lass, but St Nick-alas ! Re-JEstahi.isii.'.d.— 'I'lie olllce at Brandy Station, Culpeper County, Va., has been re-established, and Asa Wood appointed postmaster. Sumac—All told, the sumac shipped from this point during tho present season will amount to five hundred thousand pounds. {auMMixu.— The Whig and Dispatch r*-jht—Urummlng and advertising ,andpay well,as Mr Sami:kl.*,of the i of R. 11. Dißtiti-i.—almost the only imond man who visits these parts— REnERICKSBURU RAILROAD.—MCSSr.B. P. Smith & Co., of New York city, now ncgotiatiiif*; the sale or fieneliise of.he unllnlshed Fredericksburg Id Gordonsville Railroad to a New irk company of practical go-ahead in. All the grading and mason work tliis road was done before the war at ost ot $300,000. laii.road Accident.— A culvert four■ll miles this side of Alexandria, on ; O. A. _ M. R. R. was washed away Saturday night or Sunday Homing t. The Southward hound train on n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 18 September 1868

BY CHARLES SWAI*«. I wlsh-rny lovo was some fair stream, Bolt singing through her woodland way,And I some star, whose loving beam Might In her bo«om rest Its ray. I wish my love was like lhe dew, Hulf hidden 'nenth the roses lip, And 1 tlie jroanf* dawn, trembling through The fragrance none but I might sip. I wish—like the flowers that fondly in cot And cheer and charm the humble spot— Our lives might blend while life was sweet, Aud even death divide us not. OUR LOVE BONO, BY TUBA DAM. I wish my love were lemon punch, With strawberries llouting in the cap; And she nnd I could meet at lunchThen with a straw—l'd suck her up. I wish my love was like the Jew, And had gold laid away in store. D'ye think IM read exchanges through— Or write for papers anymore? I wish—like flowers that fondly meet, And bloom to furnish bees their honey, We had some way—while life is sweet— Of keeping house—without much money. Bosom friends—Studs. Sty-lish animals—lloga. Natural humbugs—Bees. A spinner's mot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 September 1868

tbe gaH»fJl r *.*-»«.»»- BY BAGBY A STOFER. ■__._-, «..f Anv»RTisi*<;o.— Tliefollowlngare o-„?n.a of ivliieh will, la no ;.*^^(w!&^^»tln» rt 'n.»lo« _th23Et*ff& lnserUon 060 _Square I* _____H_* j _ lunar. Union! is ■' -• »W one square J inonlhs 6 » BnKl.i<*sCMi-d«, one year 1000 T»< squares, 12 nionths gOO Three squares, 12 months . jo O-ii-ter column. li* months ' » l.sfcolumn, l-inon lis TOOO yne column, 12 months li*>oo ar*-Advertisements for r. less time than IhTse 'inonlhs will be charged for at the usu.irTLm—one dollar persuu**-for the first m-s-rtlon7aud ttfty tents for eauh subsequent Insertion. «a_Thc number nf Insertions mual be marked 6n the manuscript, or the advertisemenl will be continued until forbid and charged tor accordingly. Baltimore tTrndr. wk n. Adams. ißvma a. buck ADAMS A BI'CR, IMPORTERS AMU JOBBERS OF CHINA, GLASS AM) QIJEEXSWARE, AND TKAl—**-> IN ■LAMP-, CHASDKLIERS, COAL OIL, *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Native Virginian — 25 September 1868

rostmastcra are I-Molred to give notice hy l-.ti.-i- when a subscriber does not take his paper from tlio office; a inl rive the reason for Its nol being taken. Neglecting to do ao makes llie postmaster responsible to the pub_.sli.T for the payment. Any person who takes s paper regularly rrom the postorrice, whether be bssauran-rll. c<l or not, Is renpoiislblw for lii. psyi_it.nl ut the subscrlptlna. A persoa ordering his paper disci.ntfussd must pay all arrearages, or tlie publish*, rosy 0< ni I i line ts tend It nntil payment is -ami a, and collect the whole amount, vlicliisr it is taken from the office or uot. The courts have d«el.l_,i that refusing t* take a paper anil perlo.ik.al froia the postoffice, or removing and leaving them anciillel for, ispriiutt facie evidence or l*>t__iUoui_ Rati.i. ,- TYXDALI. OH MATXBIALISX. Prof. Ttxiiai.l, a pupil of Faraday (who, in the latter part of his life, gave the r.in too much to hie Imagination and lost him...

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