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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

EXCHANGE ON EUKOPE. BANKERS' BUJLS DRAWN ON ' ' Browa, Brothers ± Co., London. H. H. Eothschild & Sons, London. Baring Brother* ft Co., London, IN SUMS TO SUIT. For Gold or Currenoy. AT BEST PBICE& FOB SALE BY M. SCHULTZ & CO, Ne. 16 SOUTH THIRD STREET. oc5-mthAs* tot

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

- FOR SALE AND TO LET. ' ¦ -fB- F(,3 1 Sa-L'EOK'TO BE LET, —A finelbnrfiii^stoiy Dwelling, wi'h three.story double back buiidiiigs. eM North BROAD street; two baili* . tv o water closets, billiard loom table,' tee. Apply to J. II. 'CURTIS & SON, Real Estate Biukers,'4S3 Wnlnut street. -. a-f 3 ¦¦£=?. V, E^T PJJILaDELf iJIA Fbrsaie heap; J_i...a smail Dwelling.. Park street, only S15,0uuj At'rfyloJ: If. CVRTIS _ SON, Real Estate Iiiost is, 43;i Walnut sirect. . ' fej3 f&< HH.NTKV fLAUE TO BF. LET WIT1I JESi. 4(i acres of ground on Rirn. Eoad, betweea Lolumr.iH and Falls Kn<ige- fine MANSION oi iwelve rooms; tcnant-boxise, s'abliug, &c, easy of a—ess,, within liali amilf- of a Passenger Kill, road Apply to J..-H-. OURTIS & SON. Real 7Ks;ate Biolier,;. 43:1 Walnijt street. fel3 m PJNE --TKEEi'.—FOR SALE.—A four-_ikstory Buck Duelling, with three' -sto'y back liuildints. having every modern . conve-uimicj.' Lot 20 Jeet iront by 9:i fee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

. ¦ ¦v ; SHIPPING. TO i ^fftg.a ^EAM WEEKLY _ V J_C ' —rafarfePQOIj, touching at <iCENSTO,1 -"5 C' ^ ork Harbor).—The well-known Steamers of ' »* Liver pool, New York and PhiladelpMaSteamehih. '^tjPaoy are Intended to sail as foliowsr p?Tv?S^H i-iiV "...tt-Saturday, Feb. 13 PIT? °& Tr ^-??SG-TON"-- Saturday Feb 20 T^^F Lt SflJ ON . ' SaturdaJ, Feb. if ¦ Fto« NoV__1v ^ eding S«««V . »t Nods, iraa -iYAnr.ir^28 Di' PASSAGE: -AYABl,3«t qold OK ITe sQVTViiLV„ _, OVh-¦ - - ¦ SBHOy. * ' ¦ 1st Cabin......,; get); Steeram . ....m.» * istOabm to Pans.... 95 Do. toParta.41. * 1st Cabin to Hamt.nrg 90 Bo. to-Hamburs 37 v* Passengers alsc forwarded to . HavreBremen. Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c, at equally low rate*. Fakes peoh Lrvnapooi. or Q,e—instowk - |tet Cabin 875, SS5, 90S. Steele from ^ej. Pool and Queenstown83tt. Those who wist er ratesf0r -^ ftiecda CBtt bnT tickets here at the—agVSfr ^0T %u ^^i^i^ le~ • . _jU Walnut, street, Phiiadelph te.' ^^^^T^^'ON AND PHILAD...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

• j Written lor the Phua. Evening Bulletin.] SABBATH - B,EADIfflT_S. BT IHE BEV. EDWARD C. JONES, A. It. SAMSON'S BETRAYAL BY DELILAH; Among the ancients of the Jewish scriptures a very conspicuous place is held by Samson. His name has become the symbol of physical strength, and we never think of him without associating with his name miraculous bodily endowments. An angel announced his birth and designated his office of a Kazarite, and we arc told that lr: s early life was happy and cloudless! ' The child grew and the Lord blessed Liiu, and the .spirit of the Lord began to wove Lim at times in the camp of Dan." This condensed, statement would lead us to believe that the juvenile days of Sansoin were marked by the gravity which he lost in mature years, and that even the hallowed impulse of inspiration elevated him to higher pointsof spiritual vision than naturally belonged to a period so tender. We next behold him espousing a Philistine woman at Timnath,propounding his famous r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

: LEGAL NOTICES. _s _NRY-G. DUFFlELDvs. ANNIE tVttTJFJD FIELD— C. P. InDiy., Sept. Term, 1803. -No. ' Sl ' .:-' ' • ¦ "-' • ¦ - ' ¦¦ To ANNIE F. TVUFFIELD, respondent above nam* d—Madam: Please take notice that the Oonrt has granted a rule on you to show causa why a divorce, A. V.M., should not be decreed lathis case, returnable *>n SATURDAY, February 20tb, 1604, at 10 o'clock A. M.. personal service having: failed On account ef the absence of respondent CHARLES W. BROOKE fe12 4t# ' Attornsy for Libellant. ETTEHS TESTAMENTARY upon the Estite of JOHN H. CURT\S, Sr., deceased, having been duly granted to the undeisigned by thi Register of Wills for'he City and County oC Philadelphia, all persons indebted to said Estate will please make paymentand those having Jclainis or demands against the same, to present them witbout delay, to JOHN Ji. CURTIS. Executory 433 WALNUT Streetor his Attorney, AAR , 'N THOMPSON, 731 Walnut street. . fel2- _[» ETTERS TESTAMENTARY upon the Esta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

_l> Kt!l_. ' L iVOTiUiiS. ry-s=» TOTHEt'iriZEfx-SOF THE EIGHTH :j_fi WARD—On the lOtli -of March next a l'rait has been ordeit-d by the Ooverument By that, time the Amendment " of the CunscnpUon Act will have paced < il airle-berlied men, married as well »s single, under torty-five years r:f age, in ihe tame class Not ie.-.s than five hundred ot .-uch men will be n quired from the Eijhth Ward. All can Fee the importance of preventing this, and all tbe impossibility of doing it without your vigorous co-cpciation. " It can easily be accomplished. Vol tint* ers are abun.1ant.but to pay the. promised bountie 3 money is required. About$t5,bW have been collected—at least asluige a sum is yei to be raised. The'CDntribntions have bt-eit comparatively few. and principally by those (intdudiut: anumber of ladies) not themselves liable 10 druf'. Our Ward reaches trsm Seventh street to the Schitylkil*! River, aud irom Spruc-i to Chestnut, and contains about twenty thousani in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. «r=. -» OFFltiE'ClT'S COUNTY-FUND COM-; Ul3 MISSION, No 412 PRUNE Street, jPhila-; delphia, December 13, isfli. The Commission ior the payment of the Oity Bounty are now prepared to receive and adjust the cltiims of all new recruits in old regiments. Until further uotice. the Oommisaion will sit daily irom 3 to 5 1'. M. ....- ¦ ¦ Bounties will be paid to tbOEe only whose names are borne on rb't Is furaishet' to the Commission by the - Assistant' Provost Marshal-General, or the United States Mustering Officer for Philadelphia. Claimants for the bounty must be vouched for by a responsible United States Officer. Officers will "pring their men to the office in squads for the purpose. ' In a few days notice will be given when aud how recruits iu new orgaui-zations and veterans re-enlisting in the field can receive their bounty. Bv Older of the Commission. yA tf SAMUEL O. DAWSOH, Secretary. fy -=» OFFICE CITY BOUNTY FUND OOMLI_J MIISSION, No. 412 PBUNE street, Decem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

HEAL ESTATE SALES. m ASSIGNEE'S SALF—THOMAS „ SONS. Auctioneers. — VALUABLE BUSINESS STANDS—Lar<e and valuable SrO-iES. No*. 25U. 2S1, 251, and 254 N. BBO&D STREET. 9r feel 4 inches front. 190 feet In depth to a c ion—•• fronts. On TUESDAY, February 23d, ij,;iat ]¦> o'clock noon, will b* sold at Public Sale at th* PHILADELPHIA EX'.'.H ANGE: All ibat large and valuable Ihree-storv brick ' Warehouse or Siares, (Nos. 250, 252, 254, and 256 ) and tbe lots of ground on which thev are erected, situate on the west side ol Broad slree ' t. commencing SI feet south of Vine street, containing together in front on Broad svrret 9B feet 4 Inches, and extending in depth of that width 190 feet to a ten teet court or alley, with the free use aud privilege thereof. Conveyed as 5 lots, each snbj ct to an irredeem ab'e fround rent ofSI33j3', (together $G65A,':) the whole to be sold together as oue proper y. ' It is a very substantial building, occupying " the whole US reet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

LIQUORS, - 0. CH AMPAGNE WINE.—IMPERIAL CABINET Cbauipagne Wine in quarts and pints, for sale by JAURETCHE * LAVERGNE, fe6s,tu,tb,7t§ 2U2 aud an South Front street. IS. WATERMAN, . The only Manufacturer of WATERMAN'S1 COCKTAIL and TONIC BITTERS. Sold Wholesale and Retail. No. 1106 MARKET Street, fe5-lm§ ¦ Philadelphia. . BAY RUM Pure Bay 'Hum, Imported direet fromtt. Thomas, W.I., in bottle and for sale by GEORGE ALKIN' S,*0 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. ja30 COTUH WHISKEY -In cases of one dozen each, on consignment «nd for sale by GEO, ALKINS, 10 and 2 Son'h Delaware avenue. EXTRA SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE Ul. ' DER, af wholesale. . Grocers and shippers invited to examine. P. J. JORDAN, 220 Peal street, below Third and Walnut streets. no4 JF. DUNTON, . 149 South Front street, above Walnut. Agency of CRUSOE and CAMP—LL SHERRIES, E—NEST IRSOY _ CO.' S CHAMPAGNES, Golden Star Brand,. Ay Grand Mousseux, BRANDIES. TORTS and MADEIRAS, anil SUTLERS and SHIPPERS, ATTENTION.-. CHAMPAGNE CID...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

rWriltenfor tte Phila. Evening Bulletin ] IHE rjNBB3OSDJ.00_. ni -nnv. nnwAK"'"- josi-m, a. m. A. Tho shuttle of time i» living, He weaves with an aWiurn thread; But beauty and youth aw vleing A magical »peli to shed! ; Andso in around of pleasure We miss the sound of the loom, Of time, we have Josttho measure, ' -In a vision of joy aud bloom. II. ' The shuttle of time is flyiaS> He weaves with a ming led thread, - With auburn the grey U visincr. Though that . grey M .h.aly spread; Yet the trials oi life hav« taught :us Far less than we ought to know, Though wisdom has often sought us, Her scroll of fair truth to show. III. The shuttle ol time is flying, He'weaves with u silver thread, ¦ And thoug h for the .auburn sighing, Wefind that the tint has fled; ' ; And-atlast bowed down with sorrow* We hear the sound of the loom, J With, perhaps, no blessed morrow To thine in our darkened tomb. : Philadklteia, Febinary, 1301.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

~ TJOAL. \t T KUHN — HILLER, , ' ' H_MII.Y COAL OFFICE, No- l»t Sonth FOURTH Street (Northwest cor/er Fourth and ^I^le cted^fo m ^O Minek for FamUy TT?e _e lowest mHrket prices »f Prompt atuse, at rue »»"" d speedy Delivery. Also, r«n «for?HI_ADELPHIAand _OSTONlbE. Famines, Hotels and Offices supplied at the lowest maiket W£____ _ ; !________. C —75aS-_SUGAR LOAFJ5EA"V__ M_a-DOW an'l Sprtes Mountain Lehigh Qoal, and h«st Locust Mount—n from 5chuy.lltil1, prepared Muressly for family use., Depot, N. WT iSomeT Eft-rHTH and WILLOW streete. Office, No. U> !^uth SECOND street • - '. mh2T J. WALTON A CO. s. —aeon BiHua. jubh r. ei_—tr*. ¦rpHE UNDERSIGNED INVITE ATTENTION X to their stock of Buck Mountain Company's Oea!> Lehigh Navigation Company's Coal, and. Locust Mountain " " which they are prepared to sell at the lowestmsjv ket rates, and to deliver In the nest condition. Orders left with S. MASON BINESFraakltB InstituteB—lding, SEVENTH street, below Mar. Xet,—ill b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

JUST OUT—FAMILY COFFEE ROASTER. The NATIONAL COFFEE ROASTER. HYDES'S Patent. amines tnese macuines will x using save more than its cost In six months, besides having a stronger and pleasanter coffee. Being constructed with propel trsi the ooflle.e must be roasted uniformly, and having a patent Trier, you can see its state-nt8ny moment without stopping the machine, aud so prevent all liability to burn. And yet it is so simple, a child can operate it. It will roast all the substitutes for coffee equally well. Prices S2 »3. andss. Hotel and Grocer's.slzas from a>i to 5100. For sale at the House Furnishing Hardware and Stovo Stores. Groeers find a ready sale for them. For sale wholes-iIe and retail , by tne Coffee Roaster and Mill Manufacturing Company, Pennsylvania avenue and Fifteenth street. Phila. delpbia. . ja-).s;ta,i:Q.„t» U ~ sT~ ~W. '¦ " : —;—. The Universal SpTing Bed easiest, cheapest and best in use. .HairPalm and Husk -MaV tresses, Feather Beds. Comfort and Spr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

FEBFTJMER,. WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLi-t-A new French Cos—etie for Beautifying, Whitening aud Preserving the Complexion. It a themost wonderful compound of the age. "here ts neither chalk; powder; magnesia, Jbismuth ot tale in its composition, aud we offer a reward01 S500O to any ehemist or other person who can discover any of these articles In its manufacture. ±1 ts composed entirely of pure Virgin wax—nenj-e, Its extraordisary qualities for preserving •"* siou, taaking it soft, smooth, fair and t""58 ?^",. It makes the old appear young ™JL,,_„ handsome, the Handsome more beautuJ"' te themost beautiful divine. Price 25 aiMLs Y, w_ For sale by HUNT _ CO.,Per-mej*.»" glgttiut EIGHTH ^ Street, two doo rs aiMT9 dai5.2mo, elafeet. : ' ' ^ - J ^FSEN^ERaE R &S0N, , . 5"(»7 PINE STREET.; .; , ! fel-Sat;• ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

•; LOST, LOST—A CERTIFICATE of 5 per Cent.! Loan of State of Pennsylvania, for 3518 05, ' dated March 12th, 1630, No. 7Sii in name of WILLIAM MEREDITH. Also, a Certificate of 5 par i Cent. Loan of State of Pennsylvaniafor the sum of $-200, ated June 30th, 1815, No. 1452, in name of ELI K PRICE; .administratorof William Morodlth, in Trust. Application has been made to the AuditoriGeueral for a renewal of said Certificates. ELI X. PRICE, : -Ie9-3m5 No. 811 Arch street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

' - ' : ' -' .- medical.; . rTTHF GREAT TRIUMPH OF MRS. M. G. X BKOWN'S '>Me_physiu:U:Discovery " over all quackery." Read carefully the following certiflcaies, tendered me lor the benefit of all suffering humanity: ' Gloucester;N. J.Jan. 30, 1864. I, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden county, N. J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has been suffering- severely with a complication ot diseases for eight years. The first symptom o disease was a womb complain*, on its flrst appearance she was confined to her. bed for seven weeks; diseases of various kinds set in one after anothtr, till my wife was an entirewreck. She has been under the treatment of ten of the flrst physicians, all • of whoir. failed to render her any relief, an* she was last sinking in the arms of death. It is more than four years since she was able to attend to household duties. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. We had given up doctorng as-useless. "Most piovidentially and through ihe blessi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

la OH ESS CO, _,UMN _ . OT TBI5 ¦fEUADELPHIA EVEH-TG BTTLLETIS. . -¦' SATUKUAX, ueDruary , ism. Notice to Correspondents, , All communications for this column, must be directed '' Chess Editor of Evening Bdhetiit, '' and should reach the office, at latest, on Thursday morning. All Problems must be accompanied by the solution and name of the composer. ' i PT—XADi_pniA Chess Clue—Northeast corner of Thirteenth aud Chestnut streets, second {Loot. Rooms open daily at 10 o'clock. The Illustrated London News mentions having received some Problems by Mr. Morphy. As there has.beeu only one Problem of Mr. Morphy's ever* published, we shall look with much interest for these compositions of our American champion. We have received the October and November numbers of La. Nouvelle Rigence. M; Journoud says that there is scarcely a towsof any importance in France that has not now a Chess Club or resort for Chess players of some sort. Thia speaks well for the prosperous condition of European ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

DKY GOODS. TPKIENDLY.FOULARD SILKS " _: Browns, \\ hit. ' Figures Modes, final I Figures. JInes. Pnrples anc Blacks. * Gord P am M'kb. , S5 Bltu k .ii d Brown Silks f Spring Mlks Op»mng. EYRE & J.ATOH.LL. Fourth and Arch gtrfiS-. A(\ J^lh Llt^hVLLVhTS _U 36ii ch Clo.ik Telieu 30 inch Lyons Velvets. . i Velvets for Spring Mantles. felO EYRE A LANDELL. SPECIAL MJ1K L IU THE L VDIES ' Ibe CHEAPEST sILKS in tne Market. 1,510 yards neatplaid India Silks, at SI iioperyard, 5( Oyardsbiack and wbitelndia Silks, atSiipr.yd. 0< 0 yards brown and white IndiaSilksatslpr.yd. l,l(Ki yards broken plaid« IndiaSilks, at Si per yd. 40(iy ards blue ani white India Silks, at 51 pr.yd. They make the most serviceable dress a lady can wear They are'sellirg very fast Call and exi amine them before the assortment Is broken.' At JQHW-H. STOKES'S, 702 Arch street. ARSE1LLES (iUiLTS—Of fine qu—ity, at . moderare pne-s. - . Good Blankets in large sizes. . Sheeting Muslins, of every width. ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

¦ j NEW PtmLIOATIONS; T?y lLHAM ALLAIR; .. I . - RUNNINGAWAY TO SEA. ' - ' ' ' - BY • ¦ .- ¦ •• MRS.. HENRY WOODAuthor of. • ^Verner' & Pride," " TAe Castle's Heir," "East Xynn«," "The Mannings, " "A Life' * Secret," . • 'Tie Mystery, '' etc. "MRS. WOOD faithfully portrays humble life, and is|iiever wearisome, whether a palatial mansion or a n eglected hut is the scene of her heroihe' s vicissitudes. . Pathos, humor, aud sound sense, by turns, gratify tbe mind and touch the heart. In 'WILLIAM ALLAIR' the interest is nninter. rpptedly maintained from the ini ial chapter to the end. She is skillful in the delineation of character, and evinces beyond'a doubt a comprehensive knowledge of human nature. Above all, the crowning merit of her productions is their uniiotmly high moral tone. They are not merely the playthings of an hour; their influence is more than ephemeral. BOOKS FOR ALL.: The most entertaining and absorbing works published, suitable for Parlor Library, Sittin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

C0-FABTNEK8H1 Pa. NOTICE—THE PARTNERSHIP HEbETOfore existing between JOHN H. CURTIS and JOHN H. CURTIS, Jr., under the firm of J H. CURTIS A SON, REAL FsTATE BROKERS AND AGENTS, at 433 WALNUT street, was dissolved by the recent death Of the senior panner. The business wiil be continued by the undersigned at the same place, under the earn. * firm. felg-12t* , JOHN H. CURTIS N OTICE The firm of BISHOP. SIMONS & OO. is this day dissolved by mutual consent The lusiuess of the firm will be settled by eithero theundertigned. S. S. BISHOP, HENRY SIMONS. January 23, 1664. ia23-stutthl_v NOTICE.— S. S. BISHOP having associated with him his son CLEMENT BARCLAY BISHOP, JAMES HELMS, and WILLIAM H. MORISON, will continue the COMMISSION AND SHIP BROKERAGE BUSINESS, at 105 ARCH Street, under the firm of BISHOP, SON _ CO., from this date. S. S. BISHOP, O. B. BISHOP, JAMES HELMS, W. H. MORISON. January 23, 1864. ja'3-B-.n-thl—§ NOTICE.-THECO-PARTNERSHIP hretofore existing under the n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

: I , ori'Y _ otmN_jN'CE. CLERK' S OFFICE COMMON COUNCIL—Philadelphia, February «, 18>U In ac-c< idance wi'b a resolution adopted by the Commots Council of,the Ci yof Philadelphia, on THURSDAY the-ithinst, thelannexed bill ¦ ntitled .¦An OJdinauieto Authorize tin Additional Loan tonid the Enlistment of Volunteers," is hereby published for public informa'ion. WM E: SMALL, Clerk of Common Council. AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE AN ADDITIONAL LOAN TO AID THE ENLISTMENT OF VOLUNTEERS. Section 1 Tbe Select and Common Councils ol th" City of Philadelphia, do ordain: That the Mayor be and he is hereby authorized to borrow on the credit of the city irom time to time, as may be required by the City Treasurer, su. h sums oi money as may be required to aid the enlistment of Volunteers for the service of the United States, not exceeding in the whole the sum of Two Million, Dollars, for wDich interest, not to exceed at the rate of six per cent. p.r annum, shall be paid half-year...

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