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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

American. Slavery and Bnsriaa Serfdom. : : fri anticipation of Miss ''Murray's' defence of Sla verjV we are enabled to lay befi-reour reader*an interesting parallel between American Slavery and Russian Serfdom, being an extract from." Russian Letters and American Impressions,'! by Ivan Gyloyn\ a work about ] to be published her,e: i Ui To M. Victor Schoelcher: . ...;..',-. "; " Dbak Sir :—^to you'belpngs the eternal glory of having cut the gordian knot, and baviiig, by a blow, abolished., tslavery , in. the -Frericl> colonics in 1848, atr' the ti me , ybu' were imder-Sccrotary for'tWeNavy, and Jacqucs'Arii^o Secretary. . Since then; you saidto me in London,' England, after nil, is;the freest country ; the /three-and-a-half millions of slaves in America prevenvmo from going there;' and now, in rfccolleetjon of your actions and views on slavery, I address you from America.. Yon cahnot,expect from me commonplace, repetitions on the subject -of ;slavery,!but I faithful!vi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

.¦„,:..;,,-,.• : SaltBisreV. -Many; persons rriay*" suppose the river o»' this name to be a-mere "imaginary ;s,treani—; up which defeated poiitieianSi'iare sent by »r figure of speech. Indeed, it-is doubtful Whether one in a bo.ndred«v$rl thought of inquiring into its length, ^^breadt-h,.depth, or |opaiity»-rr-From the description which fidlowsjivlsceriiiln that, (he exile haf not much of ^ journey :to-maker--': r l :: *:''"."'"' ¦' "":" -. ¦"': " "n'Tbis river, (says BayardTaylor,) where it debouches into the .Ohio-'riVer^is^Uot more than sixty'yarda;in;breadth, bat very deep. It is never fordable even, in the driest seasons, arid biHng' navigable^ for fiiurteen miles.above. h'asj*6t been bridged at'Mi point We descended its steep and;dtfficult'banks,'enibark-.ed;qur; carriage pn.»flat;ferry-boat, and were conveyed across.," The. view looking up the .river was very beautiful.; Tall sycamore?." qyerhurigthe'water, fiirrrting'a vista of.foliage through which the stream curved...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

Another Sellf-Madness and a Method in it. On Wednesday las^ a neatly j dressed, very preposse.-sing and pleasantly spoken woman, somewhere between sixteen and twenty-five years of age, drove up; to the. door of the Insane Hospital, over which T>r. —:—'.presides,-and. inquired for tbiit gentleman. She was ushered into the ;reception rooiq, and awaited the coining of the doctor with'an air of iionclutlance which rather fas-, cinated the servant who looked upori he'r with eyes of admiration and un feigned \pleasure. VVher left afone, she amused herself,, as a woman always wil), in gratifying her curiosity by inspejting the, various * articles in the room critically and thoroughly, the doetor being annoutjeed ahe received hiuij with one of those bewildering smiles which isome women know sp well how to bestow, flind whoso •influence no W»i of. feeling can resist. The doctor;' *-fle(|me.d her with more tjian-usual warmth,.end sooii learned the objjet of her, visit. . i ¦ .....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

-how tc^^Ti^Bjad^; ! , ."J don't be)leve:Cousiri.Jule cares for im-J-. liaiifas miuch-as Belle Marshall-^rand if.Bell? •bas'not any''money*. [( have enough foe bo!' .s '^and-rd'OTVjcareto', fig'''fo^ Thiis soliloquized1 aie%!cgant Titfn <Jijtter tv> heValked up streetwithbispretty^eousin^- to.whom; every;body, thought he was engaged. ',_ " ! ': ',¦ J- ;¦!¦:¦ .':^-t,';'>'¦ ' \ But.Julia did care for hira,jand moreover in her heart sfiedisliked' Belle? Marshal!, and so sh&kiSSed her yeryitintlerlvJ^very"''time they:met..,^...'.i -:i-t.>.; b-.'-u.-.s ;-.*s;¦; .--p ¦>- ,,44,; What, a fine girl Miis Isabel Marshall is," Venoarked. I'pin as they: sauntered along.— 4 What a heaUhy red ;arid -white she [has—al i osving to horseback'riding. """' :' J' \ -.» " i 'And'the best rouge et blanc,' said Julia; mbchtevously,:'. ¦ ,...-•-;.:.•;. ¦¦ -- ¦ •^i.-*- .-"• 4 I'll never believe tliat,' sail Tom, badly nettled.,.-.... :_. ; .;../; ..,'.,,.,-!...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

*i-'^'i?BiiTH^LOGY., ''J ;.:- :-,>,"¦'.-. •; A queer gatherer rif Statistics says that of one. hundred and fifty-eight::pretty -wonjen Whom'he met m the streets of a fusbumaplo resort in a given time," one' hundred -were* sucking their T^r«6^MnidIe*. ';';"<.;:\,;j.'s..;-' " tn'unjomm^^ every "^-feniinyaria.bjy; f(k>lt through th^efroot window at'the-;horses.,^ "^;:.l»-:'-•'- ; Ataipnrty, seVen ladies;"oWof teff prefer ; vablliift ice c^m,' wHife^ly^^^**0" ^' \ lituyiy!eatso; nu^e ~wator;)^^,"': I-.:. ->- --¦^he"stbuter.^/fidy.,dh':.tfe;.-morft.-^.-»ifs, -her eyes up while waltzing^ - "'-' 1. The smaller ,ajlady,-is,1=«o much the more does she' affect, sun-flower rosftttes,. enormous 'flounces', and extra siied brn.am en'ts. Diminj utiveMadresinvariably adVn1re.t giant-l|l^e gen> Itlemen—^ahd vicevtrsa\ ;>¦ ¦--¦'-; "' .'- ; : j^ensihle,: ami*ble and conscientious young ladies ofagentlfet^isppsijion,are: invariably fond of'readingnewsp...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

¦ t ¦ 1 ——= Xf|e lffhp&i}hi)i ^ef>qbHc^i} C. Fj READ & H. H. FRAZJER, EDITORS I. . ' ' L • MtjjNTROgE, PA, ~ 'flrh«*«4ay, January », 1SS5.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

I The President's Keuam. Instead of awaiting the organization of the two Houses of Congress, as has been the uniform practice heretofore, the President sent in his Message to; both Houses on Monday, the Jasjt day of December. In the Senate the Messajge was read, but in the House, after a fierce jjdebate, and much squabbling about parliatnentary rules, it was decided by a rote of 87 against 125| that it should not be read. The House then agreed by 4 majority to lay , t.te wfiiole subjection the table, and adjourned till "Wednesday. | The unprecedented course of the President in. sending in his Message while' the House is unorganized causes much comment, in and out of {Congress. iWe suppose he fell that it was like some light wines—without body enough!; to «keep.1 1 Now that it has appeared we find nothing ofjvery pressing iirportance in it. |Kansas matters, which ought more than anything else; to attract the President's attention, are disposed of in- a brief paragraph which...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

i-'f •¦'••!'' inabtjSfrimiliftle. V '¦, . No .one can donbt but the following members of the House of Representatives were elected to Congress by the people as men supposed to be in favor of restoring freedom to Kansas and Nebraska.: j T.'D. J. Fuller of Maine. . I "¦¦ John Wheeler of New York. Wm. Wj-Valk j do. .-.' Bayard Clark do. Tboriias R. Whitney do. , | •:! Juhn Williams do. i I Solomon C Haven do. ] i IjcnryM. Fuller of Penna. | . Jjacob Broom i do. •. S . :&m. Milwafd \ do. , f. "' John Hickman -I ] do. , • Ipavid Barclay I do. i JL Scott Harrison of Ohio. tiscar F; Moore do. ; Gjeorge G. Dunn of Indiana. Harvey Scott do. ¦ '¦] Herb are 16 men who know the people they represent want the Missouri outrage wiped put—and yejt almost constantly vote against the man whom 106 men selected as (they think) the best and most eligible [candidate.! Half of thbsemen could at anytime elect tjm. instead! of. that, they have)wasted three Mreeka of time, and are apparently pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

'J. :¦_. -»^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P**^?^?? .'• ¦¦'! ¦¦ T0PKKA. . ¦ " 1 Ihis place is situated on the Kansas River exactly midway between its mouthknd Fort Uijey, whore the river is formed by the conflpuce ot jth ^ Eepablican and Smoky Hill' forks., Itj is.inore nearly central of the settied portions.of Kansas than any;bther town in the territoryj; and must for a lorjg time, if not alway%, enjoy the advantages growing out of thisi tircnuistanee. It is also the central of oniij of the largest unbroken tracts of beautiful, jhealtbful, and productive farm claims of Which the territory can so justly boast. Its local and natural advantages are unsurpassed ^ The purest water canj either be obtained, 'rom tho living fountain, Or by the sinking of; wells to a. depth less than twentyfive feet. Stone for building purposes, of the finest quality, and in exhaustlcss quantities, abounds within the .city limits. Brick of superior richness of .coloring, and hardness of finish»nrq j furnished at ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

^^^rss^^^ssmmssmmmassm _ ¦ . PetuuylvwiiaPolitics. ' The following extract from the debalw inthe Honsc * may possess some interest fujf our reader*^ * The speakers ai*^Gfan<| Jinei, Democri ^ alid Mr. Allisoni' I^publican: ! - Mr. JO|JES. As I had the honor of sub milting thetjresolution (in the«ucu? that norrK inated Richardson) referred to, I wish to state exactly What I meant by it I will merely state that the nationality of Pennsylvania, instead of being reprcsentated upon thb floor this day by six national votes, would poll seventeen for Mr. Richardson, if 'it were not for Know Notbingism, which is undei stood, in my country, to be synonymous with Free-Soilism. The nationality of the Democratic party in this House, in my opinion, consists m this fact: thajuhe whole body of the""Demqcratic members from the North, and the whoU bodu of the Democratic members from the bputh,«TC* together here as a unit. No other pai ty here presents that aspect. Now thegcntleman trom A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

Hews by the Pacific's Maila," PROGRESS OF THB WAR. The Fall ofKars and its Effect. • With the;exception of. the fact that Kars has fallen, by starvation, there is nothing important from the seat of war. No particulars are given of the surrender of Kars, and there are even some doubts expressed as to the fact, but the general opinion is that it ia correct. It is stated that Ismail Pacha, (General Kmety,) with another officer, who succeeded in eluding the vigilance of the Russian out-posts, have effected their escape.— When they quitted Kars, General Wjllianis bad been compelled, by famine, to send a flag of truto to the Russian camp, offering capitu-The London Times has a long article extolling the conduct of the English ofileers and Turkish garrison, but- not treating thesurrender jis a very grievous calamity; The Morning Herald, however, speaks-of it as an irretrievable loss, and^ a lasting disgrace to the Allies. Views of the British Ministry on the Peace Question. What pa...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

""-: T;Toiee"'rf;tliaftm" -I ' vW^m tht Siaks County InUttigendr. HniiiuATnio Spsctaclb.—Henry M. Fuller, of this State, who represent^ in Congress, the district composed of the couuties of Luzerne, Columhia, Wyoming and Montonr, elected by a large majority, oter Hendrick B. Wright, as the. Anti-Nebraska candidate, has no doubt startled the Free}Soil men of his district as well as the opponents! of the Nebraska swindle throughout the State generally by his succumbing to the South since the assembling of Congress. - Ijo was a candidate for the Speakership^ and during the first few-days of the seaslon/wascomplimented by the votes of all his Anti-5[ebraska colleagues. They however dropped hir a and went Banks, Mr Fuller still remaining"a candidate and increasing bis vote from the Southern Know Nothings, and a few scattering Northern men.. It was evident that Mr. Fuller had deserted his constituents and; united himself with the cause of Slavery, for the sake of strengthening his v...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

plater from Kansaa—Further TronlW or: Lrtms, Dec 29.-The Lexington. [\u \ Herald ofthe.SSd sayithat on the 154 il' citaens of Kansas voted on the ConstitJf! adopted .by' the Free State Converitiol S atTopeka, At Leavenworth * 'flollU,V curred between, the pro and antfcSla^ery £ ties. The ballot-boxes were destroyed^' ftemob, the voting^topped, and a„ & Slavery man's house burned.' A matuW edw.th the last outrage, was arrested »5" lodged in jail. His friends broke open ft! jail, rescued the prisoner, and burned -&Z the building. Great excitement prevail J and both sides sent for assistance. ' JTsEcoirn despatch.} Chicago, Dec. 31st.—A letter from ty^ port, dated the^lSth, states that on elwti,,-diiy, the border Missourians' mobbed sevet^ voting places!oh" the Missouri River; atsr eral points''they would not allow the-polls to be opened. A large mob destroyed the baJ. lot-box at Leavenworth, and maltreated % Judges of the election. JpT'Tlie. superioity of Ameri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

Will be Received on Subucripli*11 i^jui^TTH^ OFFICE, Whew and ynictttPlonr^ Beef ana Mutton. C^i'apd'CprnMeal,', Tiirkeys andChickcMi . Pqtatocs and BcAas, ; Butteriand Eggs, ¦Tsflatf'-mi: Eard, - VTood and Cash. SaMinehaiinaCounty Agriculinr*! . • - j --..-',:: ¦. • '¦ Society, : ; ¦ ,,. ITho annual meeting of the abofe" SodetyJ™ " riel* on (Tuesday evening. January 22dt W9-. W KeporUkCoointtieeBonGrsin.ic., «U**"X* ed and afcted on at this mccUng, and officers via » elected for the ensuing year. '¦ * ,' jr«b:aRi8Sfc , rsitlf. casvxvt,,s*y-=-'. " - r:; ;^ ¦ ; . ' - | • t ; . .. __ " '• •. * ' ¦ ''..'."..••i'-U"I j:- ^Flre.Tlrci . : : •.- ¦ Th« IfotitroseFire.Conipany will meet at.fa"2 gtne> House for the elcctfoh of officers and other boaness, oh Monday January 7 th," at 1 o'clock r. *¦ * ftdFattendance U earnestly solicited. - . F.B.CHANDLKB,8ec5. "- ;:: ' ¦ ¦ . ' V--"" '^"i ' <i ~_'- . ' jffiXBXEB. ' *On"the,iath uk, by the $ev. PsWitt 0. BjU«- «b! JoumSbsbss*jr.,...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

j^ ThaUwof Hewipapera. 1. Subscribers mbo do Dot give express notice to tho contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription, j 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their •newspbpeM.Uie publisher may continue to aend them until all arrearages are paid.. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their newspapers from die office to itfuch they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bula and ordered them 'discontinued. • . 4. If subscriber*1 remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the newspapers are : sent to the former direction they are held responsible. . S. The Courts bare decided that refusing to take newspapers from the office, or removing and leaving jthem uncalled for is ^evidence of fraud. IjggjpWith the New Year wo ought to ¦commence a new volume, but it will require one njiore number to complete the first vol. unie. Unless we have been deceived; the Republican has proved generally accept...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

PP?*tj°*» * '» <*« Crimean-Firing'fcET V^S: «• *Torth and South Fort: **f f general correspondence from the Crim Miles %»t the Russians on 'tfenorth*^ Be.^astoppl continue a heavyr fire against ti sodih side, sometimes nearly all day at T irato of two gunsa. minute. The Allies iT ply„.tiut-hule; their engineers continue Z work within the town. The British array; this winter, over-supplied with cLipmL!1 t^ach man has a waterproof suit, bfeside tu-oJ ooau lined.with skin, fiir caps, and cowhM boots, atrffor the offUfets, suits of seal S are sold at moderate! prices. Iuc'PbU only receive from their Government an «S nary capote and must buy an/ addiboS wmp tbey find necessary. WWeMheTS becomingcold, and^ the thermometer £ s.onally as low as lSdeg., and snow steaS of information, that the Russian army i„ T Crimea is well provisioned for (hb winter They (the Russians) have large supplied Bimperhool and Duvenkoi, where their V^ ervoirsare. ; ' • . • • *

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

hwriYrxr-ii *,*B*r**MW8ale.' \ Fii "TJC? is hereby given that In pursuance of an t,\.Jr%,of S«le from the Orphans' Court of Sus-;Ouehanna County, there »m be exposed to pnbBc jsale by vendoe. on Wednesday the 23d day of Ja . | «%Mtt» at li o'clock A. M, the equal undirtded Wie half part of ,B,the following described two piece to ; parcel* tflahaTthe estate of James At OhandL? kosi'son if Charie. Cbwdler, Utc of Lenox ToW tfup, tin said County, deceased. The first niec* ViZ jjte to'Unjfc town&tp foresaid .t tne ForkHf ft8' Tunkhannick Creek, north of the im"M„^i go Turnpike Boad.-lBeKinnine at7 rZT j °** ^&$E!S£P*Z' i?£XS lSstS5Ss?fRite==53 tttg'^'ZXSBfsr ffcSlai^K^Te««j'-.theVce north 66 BeSw *^B!r^,M'thcnee north S6-<leir. east 120* east, 139J perches crossing said oreek to thi> nu£ 22SK ^^^^ Afe Uol^toT* *'d„£<*4itotein*aid to'™niP «»>tig. Ka^LS?» "escribed, is bounded si follows Bend«^P?i "if ?' * S,one8 «>™er near the Great Wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

,. , a una Game. and ft, '! **?& ttpon b ^ • »en*e of JMtlee to myself and the pubDc to expo* the intrira of the ^ JeSe™ of i ceruln Cliqoe, which I Aa". cfn the BUctth feV ^,.fir ? **«*fM «ttachfag ,„TnS,T o certain hudbdb that are In drcuUtion! the oSect 0f which, eecrna to be to inform the public th« in U?e for^S**8k thU °T* *™ "^d «S? -Jricea jfor^ worit some twenty^iv* per cent As myP nwn» k ^S0n ? ectcd with othe"uP°n »he above named hand ^X ""'^ *i8h t0 inf0 ™> *e pubKcthat itw« pUced1 there without my consent. Beingfaihe Jn? ploy of Messrs. Hawley" and Jenh at Ihf toTineet mgof theBlacksmtih Leegn,- whi^w^itZt shop of course! was present. The meeting was held Sot tho purpose of forming resolutions with reeard to [railing prices of work ic., but .. there were W few ,til the 28th of November; during this interval between meeungs it became the duty of every one to .nohfyjll the brother chips he could, to attend the meeting on the 28th. Accordtag to ippobtment a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

LATVESBORO. .¦ _^''. ^ec 1858.1 TIAYE on hand a «nern, a^,,,^of j,-XX Goods, Groceries, Hard-war« TmTwa«, R.^vZ ^re, irooden ware, r^ing^uJw^C rof^IT Carpets, Boota and ShoeN- HWal^n.« ni7* Xails, Paints Lam? andLJn"Md r^v.0 ,1 ^ celebrated Familr Medicines, ffiS.il ' Carpenters' and Joiner,' TriokS ^rffS^'7' Cotton w,d Woolen Yari», Cotking ftSi SS^n& Stoves, StovcPir^^^^' ^* ^a«P cash we are dUpoWto s«U for eij, , 1.Z1 ^i?[ than the cheapest. CaU and seeT* ' ^ ~- -Bj^tYoya4 co ALT, FLOTO and POR^fe-^-^ Ja^^iB-^fca,: iFiiTajESS5^^ LW4e c?s '"L' good Sug*rfoi'00e doM"1, •» B. R Three gallons Molasses for one dollar, at B. R. - i*TOXS * Co S, ';'[¦ 4 co\T und3 CandI,i8 ""-T doI!tri •*B-R Ltoj« r. wTi cot' ^Sbc"ins Tone d0,Ur- «l B-4 Co's nt'V J^ PrintS fOI> °^ dC,5',^, "B' R LVoKS ^ T^nt? PO'inds Kailsfpr one dollar, at B. R.Ltoss 4 W*611 bllP8 &*lp for °n? don*r• " B- R- Ltoss Eight pounds Coffee for one dollar at R n r» oss4Co's., c I r t •*_*».«. *,TSevent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

CIlRISTnAS Alt© IfEW VrtB. A RE coming, b»tFr B ChwdW.^^pTen A^id-Assortment of Fancy Toys, affiKKg and New \ ear's Presents Has p^ceded them and U now ready for a general distribution among those dc siroua of making glad the nearts of theirXriendi or "little ones. . There is of course a universal Tush to "Kriss Kringjes head quarters, but so ex&nshe and varied is his supply that none mod be (disappointed by not having an opportunity ofmakint desirable and satisftC VKI ZISC ^-U'T- .,H ,* chRrSe f only-nothing-for exhiblUng his beauuful wares-Iso that all mav have '•IS'Ti? °f sce! ?f Jh2-"'£lcphant'' and jTrt?, ?.b ^,e * .Provided «Svwo not favored wiU, the "soul-stimng strains" Jfthe latter, at home. Also received, at F. B. Chanjller's, an addiUcnal supply of elegant New Books, fChDdren's Games," Gold Pens and Cases, Silver Pencils, Portmonies SS^ISL*"-*- "H*-'Jet Br^ «,v-k° af^ '' ^^Tnl of AT W GOODS, ^among which are French Mcnnocs, Parame'ttas, all-wool De-Work'e^F^ En'...

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