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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

$! '• "-".'- ¦-'¦'XJorTMt'^ToorSrVors.r'"¦'•'¦'' *"•""-' B We noticed last weelj that thci North .American. H In pretenjdinjr;tp. give the census'of this county, by n\ ° typogripbical error, gafeit as 2B.6D1, instead of ;i tweuly-efe/if thousand six huudred and ninety-one,' ' . luit-.trulywasin the official -returns. -Since then 9$ we see it going the rounds in scyeral other papers. d i ns errone juilv given in the Uorth American, showl a! ifg b«w hard it is for truth"to ovei take error when yjl once it gi ts the start.. It may seem a-smallrurtft tcr to asl; those papers which have thus copied it n to correC! the error, btit wo tntfst they ought in ^justice to us to do so. Tiro thoitsand,'though comi>|- parativel;r;a small number m' tjio population1rif a §5 State, or if the United {State*, is more thanwe can £¦ afford to !o;e in what h:b been,'; called "littUSm 'e» "<luebaiina'' An inch, on her nose is as ranch as nri ^ inch en a ly body's else.;; and since our c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

vtTr^.iaaatbfria'Kew yerfcyj ]We intimated,last week that"ereVu* rAr&fWijf to press we might hear of theelectiori of Ex-Gov, Fish to the Uj S.'Sebate .bythoclegiiflaturu of j'&ie State of New York. %ith a clear jnitjority of-t>vp Whigs In'the Senate, and iuthe House of-'.some thirty odd, it wastbought there, be no doubt/about hiselection.aflerreceivingtha nomiriatioiv! Biit'it teems bis election was delcatcd {for thejirc6ent*t Iea-.t.)by asntt oYtricfcnot >-e'rycre'ditabratotliu?e* concerned. The law of that State requires each branch of the, Legislature on a given day to make «bbice of an ipdivhlonl, and if cach'by a clear majority of nllits members present chooses one hnd tliusaine person, he is declared duly elected'without further ceremony. But if -one person is clioosen on {he fnirtof one House, and another on the part of tha other, then both Houses-must meet arid choose byjoint ballot. On the the-given day last week, therefore.tlie House of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

nil ; - Tilings at Washington. ! .^oari inccc:. are me late .-.¦porta of Congres-; sional proceedings, of anything peculiarly interesting to our leaders. A sliarp contest which'ha* bocn going on for sr.me time between JTew Yorl; I and Philadelphia, nr the respective advocates of j tlie interests of each.' relative to the Branch Mint*. j was however brought to a close on Tuesday of last • week, hy.sii-ikiiig*)ut the proposed mint in Kcw i Yjork.-. While the espediency of establiahiug one ¦ j tliero has been strenuously contended for.by her representatives,!!!!-. Chandler of Philadelphia and , others liave cohieuried that the old mint in the lat-] ter city was amply Miifirient for coining all the j g(dd and silver jef the Atlantic Stafes,.aBd that the j establishment of one so near as \cw York, wnulel ; be an cxtravngiint and unnecessary expendituie.— !,It was finally [voted down in Committee of the j Whole. Tlie project of establishing a Branch at j fean Frariciscti'viiujet und...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

. v.:.J;„.;T^i»i^..]totfligi. ^ ..4 the Lenox Tcmperauee Society held a lncethrat the Bed School House near-H. Mead's, on Friday evening Feb. 7 th. Tlie .weather being 'somewhat unpleasant and the going anythipgbut good, the assembly was not as largo as had been anticipated ; but notwithskibding there was a respectiible audience.' -^ "_; . ' The President"being absent,. L/'JI. Hardy was elected to the Cltair, and tho^neetiiig called to order. Tliu Society beiug disappointed about a spcakc ' tb« hieeling;was addressed by several yomisr men—inembcra of the society, and the elfectiipon; tl.oaudience.was extremely faxumble to the cause, and the mcopng was one of unconimoD interestto all hud especially to one aged niari; who, struck w'ith the force of the argument presented, arose and addressed the meeting ;.iie said it was the first tinic in his life thathe.had attended a meetin" of the kind, and was astonished at 'the force of the remarks,.and.had tliero formed tliercsolniion tob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

GoveraarBrlggs aMiWOTM Bciutwelu vG I ^ or. Brigg8 | ! upon; reiiriqujsjiipg tlio gufci jetoatorifdcTiairl m*|o;tfao.fojlovvingcourteousmjdress 'toLisslicc'esmr:;.-'"¦'_] ¦'¦-.-._¦;-_-i ;':"!%; itplcasa youriExcellcncy; Seven years ago I was inlr6duced: into that chair by S* distingtiishetl^itizerjf who had beeir choseti Governor by one of the political par ties which have placid you io power. ;." ; ".';.-.^ :; In obedience toacomroatidof araajority 'of the Legislature, uttered according- to the ; forms of the Constitution, I now eurrender jit to you and retire. I' No Imman institntions are perfect. But I ; believe that the sun docs not shine upon any (political community, nutubcrinjy a miUiou of !people, which enjoys' greater physical, civil, ieducational and moral blessings than the] ipeoplo ef Massachusetts enjoy. :. ¦ A!l<vty me, sir, to say that whoever may administer her'government, as long as I live I shall rejoice in her prosperity, her Loner, and her renown.*" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

tlie Irish Exiles. I " The following extracts frbm a letter written by a gentleman residing in Van Diemens Land must be-interesting to the families, friends, and admirers of the exiled Irish lead er* • ....-.., In }'our las;t yon inquired anxiously for Meagher. 'I must now tell you that we are on intimate terms with all'the esiles. We have met Meagher, Martin and Mitche!.— The two hitter are stationed but a few minutes wa!!c' from- this. As to Meagher we went twenty-five miles to see him, - to the lakes, the trystiug-pkee, where the three districts meet, biit, after all were disappointed. Itseems hardof the Government to continue each to one district after they, had given their parole not to escape. 'However, they do not adhere strictly to the wkhes of the Government, i i Soon after our excursion to the lakes, Meagher visited Uothwell, with.his friends, Mitche! and Martin. We then wade liis acquaintance. He has been getting a tins biat built, toibeguile his time 011 the lake...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

*tr_% Confissiwiyftf Dimbar; i ~v- I*. Wo published; liteljr ia account of ttcet-j potion ini Albany, of Iteuben Dunbar, who' pas^convjeted'of mu rdering two childrea br tbeiiame of Later. ; jpunbar has made « cotifessionof his crime, of which we giv«th» foUottiug-abstrafit...;Jift g^grr-,., 1:.. The only object ^ rfo bad in view iri con^ inittiug tiie^devdrwas personal aggrandiat. inent.. He had »o ill feeling towards the cliildren, but he thought'if they werij out of existence he would stand achimce to get a large share of Lester's property; But ho pretends that.tho rflurdet; was riot premeditated, and that ho did.not take his wife away for the purpose of gfv'luei '"m a better opportunity of cominittiug tho deed. He was-in tha barn sharpening his sickle,"and while there, tho youngest boy came to get Jris permission logo a fishing. It w:u, then j for the first time, that he conjured up in hi* brain apTau for killing them. After some conversation he induced him to go to the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

J' ' H jrriblo Murder ai O «rego. ; TVe Icarr frnni' more direct' Sources besides tlie jgtclegtapliiafilespalclms in til- jjity papers tliat a , •¦ most altrucious butthety took place at Owego on -g Friiiay.-eveiiiag^ lust A manj named Garrison, i slid to litiv'ij beeaii respectable Sitizen of'the place, j- was' deliberately- killed by his dwn brotlier-in-l.-vvr , ?natned tliurstpn sit the house oltthe Utter, whodegjliberatcly chopped hishc.-nl opSn with an axe, in ,ji presence off their respective wives and other memgS^irs of Ae faiuilyj while shtiugjiii a'chair with his jjlojrn child in liis Lip. It is'Saiil that some slight j^drfnculty had exited beWeenflGarrison nnd his' jjt -wife, and she had left liim fmdj^one to' the linuse ^«f her mother .an'r! brotlrer—trip Thurston?; after ,j feuding for Garrfcon to come there, as it is said, CI apparently i>r. tire purpos-epfrfrcconcilialion, the U inunlerer deliberately -went ou! and ^ ot his ns<\ I 11 afid cominjr ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

¦Tjlines at Harrisburc-. i ' ; I j \Te are desiiiuie of late papers from Bamis-I biirg-by reason of the detention of the'mails by ' tha uncrossiible state of the viv<-r fur a few days ! past. .Among the vurious petitions preserited tliey , : are qnile numerous for a free Ranking Law and the ; i project seems to be growing in favor whercvi r tlie j • si.bject has;excited dnc esamiiation. Both branches j i of tlie Legislntjiie.werc <liscu«siNg the Tariff Reso- j I lutions during two or three days last week. Mr. j Sanderson of Bradford offered in the Senate a sort j J of Free Trade or anti-protective amendment which i he advocated with much zeal, but his pr.ip ositiou >vasdefeated and tlie protective resolution offer-' *d by Mr. Walker of Erie was carried by a vote of 18 to 14. ' , ' ' ' | A supplement to the act incorporating tlie Leg-! gett's Gap railroad, passed the Senate on Friday. j j We learn through the New York papers"that the j Itoport «f the Bank C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

Factsiin Printing. . Common or, letter press printing, such hs books, newspapers, <£c, is carried on by a large number'of tools or types; every due ef whicli.cost money, la, bor, or ingenuity, to fit for use. There! are but two or three men in the United States, who cau make the matrice in whicli:|types are cast,! so peculiar, complete, proportioncd.'uniform and exact mu=t the work be done. The letters ;are made! principally of lead, mixed with the other metals, in orduF'to harden it sufBcioritly \ylien cpoh For every sized andjdiffcnjntly shaped type.new; matrices have to be mpde, ahd each.with the same exactness, or the font if defective. In Roman.eadi letter must "be made jfivo times—large and small capitals, lower case, p|ints, figures, aid; other indispensable characters. <To give some Jdea of the" number of characters and letters which go to form a font of types, we will statjc that'.there ore (wo cases..as the printers call them, the loiyer case containing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

' Tltyieigri News Hr IW tnes^ataship Canada we huva received ^E.5lh dates to the lSth ^ of January. .; - The news is one week, later than previous " ,«oan&. bnt> not of »UiUnS importance, . Tfle markets g^%w er9 dull, cotton havinrr declined 1-84 to l-4d t breadstufis were declinina' somewhat an.oVue money market W3 E!totiSD.-,-A 6%^ sensation has;bec-n created by the recent appointment, without Mv previous notice of anew catholic Bishop for Ireland- It is said that, the Pope has signified his intention to sanction thc.Qqecu^ Colleges, and that his concession upon 'this pointwill ba made tho basis-of a satisfactory " arranjeniont between the Roman- and English ilovvrnmetrt. The London Standard states witli sjieat confidence, that Lord John KtisseH firmly adheres to the principles laid "down in his letter to the Bishop of Durham. The. same authoriiy also states that the Queen's speech will contain a strong expression nsainst the late proceedings of the Pope, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

* vooai.'XOT3io. -r; . - . AN-opportnnity is now offered for those who des »ire instruction in the rudiments and general practice of Vocal Music. Al term of 35 lessons is proposed at S2 per scholar. A. B1DWELL. Reference, Tbqd. Smith.' -.' ¦ ' • • : i . Montrose: Feb. 13,1851. ''"--"'-.- V..- '¦ '".-.'¦ ; . ¦*- ¦'\_^4__^^„_,:- :'t"';-v" bow AVi&npAwrs* , ¦ /::r ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ -., Trn!i«iExiw"of,Eer.But.-T6wr.E.'are;resp«:^ fiiljv invited to altend'aDonation Party-it hisresiuwce1nM6£oii^arsday, Tebtorx20th-fl^ noon mideveoing..'. .'-....'- ¦;•"¦ ": "r -";.;'¦-""'; ' ''- „,n-.f».-».ni, ira«i- - ¦'¦<' i"ii' ':-— ' T7**!*! IVew KRllH^ay Hotel and Ocneral .-.---,••:! ..! ..::.-)Stage'Hon«eii-"--..:. <Pt'S4,l«:1E3 C, SMITH havinif recently.taken VV'the irew .Itailway Hotel, at the Great Uimd Depot, ahj'fitredup'tha House'in 4 splendid manner, invites tire patronage of tlw» piiblie, being confident that'with his well known ^e«Tienco. and the ample arrangements he has m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

Bw—irinMlf>| -| In: i in i lmam&mm&mmUimim \ ' .':-":l-3SIABBIED,'-.;;"-'; | : : \ iT Franklin, on the 2d irist., ' by E.er.TV'ni,; W. Wohfley. EDbAir "W; Siura of Liberty, and Mabv A. Sana of the.fornier place. | - , ; lA "Liberty on thoflUf inst, bv Rev; Mr, 'Tenner; Mr. Elijah Habbis to Miss "Euiadwu S. Hath-. a WAV, all of that place. [Thotigji the above notice was sent to us without tlie niraeof the trriter^ (wli'reh aceordi?? tn n le wo ojigiit to require to prevent being imposed u>on witli sharp. marriage notices,) yet as it wr.s accompanied with a handsome loaf of the Bride's ct ke, wc rjiayconsider this passport to the printer's fiivor, a pretty sure indication .that- all U ri$it—And may thd fatnre nuptinl bliss of tliu new married pair bo as substantial, genuipe, and withal as fruitfvl as this token of tlieir'remembrance." I ¦ - DIE D ;______ _ lh Springville^ on the 4th inst, Mr. JosEwi Coopeb n^ed 87-y earn; . • ¦ . . . '" .•;•,-.• .. ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

m^mwssoRE^ -.-...,4*Sfi&oa«?: CEhea. | . - THE fiiitK'rsignet!, partners under- the rirra of . , , ;;.;. JPOST £ PITTS, ' . .'. • respectfully'aniiouiicn that they have fatten the slore recently occupied by Mills & Knnjlp. and also their stock in trade; in addition to w'hich they have jiis't received, from Xtiw Y'oik, a well selected, lisso'rtmeiit of Staph Dry- Goods-, Urocrii.3, ' ie., whicli thev arbtf$eriiiiiicd't6 scll.'for JiEADTPAX OjVZrl'atjfbi^r,priZf-s..then they &W' be atibrdiid KtWii.* cmWestablisiiinent hi thocbmitry." "..All who wish to fay.down A.\n w c.-is.vt-aio Invited to give usa'cati, nml-if y»u don't buy it Will do yo'J to liarm! ti> get prices to buy by elsewhere." " All kind* i»f barter, iistially (aken at country sWc«, received hi payment at the highest market prices. WM.M. POST, K.Dee:HO.il850.1- ¦'! . B.B.. PITTS. I-..-;:¦: .Sliawi?, . *"ir?irE largest n«sortriient iuthe countiy.nnd al JL 23 per cent, less than the usual pri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

-;! «|i ;; ; Hohcalfc*ilItTlr6tber»! '».':'' jjBBt^ ' ¦ '¦ &Gn.?aUnl Bluek Indelir^^^^Sn A-Pureb/ black and truly-flu-•¦-' ^^t^^^W' vn ^ article, wilii no corrosivo abJT^^TO properties, and without liability KfZJ_ ~ Oja- to thicken by age, recommended . SkSESSSSSJ the clerks of various public offi-: ®W it<M& ces as being tlie best-ink.on all' ¦ ij^ i^P^m accounts now (li use,."S>_ if putj ^tfititeS-^ •'" <fean vessels nnd not mixed '•- $j|rrJv^Ji with other ifik—I' *brt>ale in iSfeS^SS^ quart, pint, anil balf-pinl'bottlcs *^^^P by ; J.(Ei'HERlD(JE; ¦ . ¦ , |.--,. - Montyose, NoV. 27, 1S00. |•¦ ¦;| ' ~7 H^^a, !",;-..,;.;¦."' _, "^TQTICll is hereby given that (lie firm of E. A VI . it- 0?I'rati has ..this 1st day of December 1S50, bv mtitual consent dissolved. ' : ' ." J, e.a}&-o.piiatt.-¦ ¦ The burijif ss will hereafter be conducted tinder the firm nfi7hV«.iit Con who .will keep constantly: TO halid wljolesale and retail Sole Leat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

, BOOTS AHI> SHOES. . \ . gcod assortment of Boots and Shoes «mbr»'- ±\. tmg Men'* coarse and fine Boots, BoyV Boot and SB**, Wonien'e and Misses'ditto—also "'"" .-' .:. cLOTHiM: "'y.::\. -:.''.'.¦: EliibratJlig a great Variety - of Ortrcoai*,-Seek*- , \Ttcecd*,.<tc:,u largo vaiiety of I'mI? frum>ix shillings upward*, and 'fl. fi<iod sissertment of Pants, -Shite, Wrappers and1 drawers-^-ditW HAtS<bCJJ>S! : :": , Silk and Fur Hatsv Plush, For, Mohair, Clotri and Ghizod Clips; fall fashions,for mca,b:>yr and <&&• drcn^- • ... '..,-¦"¦ '- '¦ -.¦-.-. ,'". BOQKS;4'XI> STATIONERY!.-. .¦'¦;,' School and hiiscellarieoui BooR»; Staple ftrul Fane Stationery, Inks, liife'slands, Piiri-rafis, P^fenivcj and a great variety of fancy articles too rmmerooi to eiiuniemte,-J!;st received at :_KVI*i*ER t, ¦ , Fir»iAliKirnboVb Searle's Hotel) Montrose, October 25^ 1850."': ',- ' ,'¦"' ; " MEDICAL CAED." TVOCl'/PAfltiCK f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

tBOVfrktaS. tfHBRTTARY 13, 1851 AOttlClLTUnAL ,; Interesting. Agricultural Experiments, Some recent experiments in ; jvh' eatarid flour go 'to prove that pptb' contfatn water, and tli.it,the quantity is! more in cold cotintHes ttian warm. In Alsnce,rfrcnil6 to 20 per cents, iu England from 14 ito 17 per cent Iu tlie United States, frotrj 12 to 14 per cent;'Vln Africa and Sicily,from 0 to11 )ier cent. . This" accountpfQr tlie fiicttbnt the name weight 6f-S6uthern flour yields more bread than the Northern... English wheat yields 18; pounds rnpre to the qijarterlhan the Scotch. ,Al?bama lour it is said, yields 20 per cent, more than Cincinnati. And in general, American flour according! to the anwiarjtv of one.of the ttnisl extaisiifG' London !bakcr»# absorbs 8 or .10 per cent-jmore of its own - .weight of water in being made into bread tl'nn the English. The Warmer the country the more is thp water drjed out of the grain before it ripens and libnce when made into bread, it abso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

California Hens.' The Rev. \yalter Ctilton. the late Alcade to Monterey, finding it »!.ifficiilt to procure «>ggs when required cither for love or money, bought some hens.; Wo give the description of them,: ^ I purchased six liens of an Indian woman for six dollars, and a ^ rooster for fifty ccnts. On asking the woman why she charged only half price for tlie rooster, she replied that the fellow laid no eggs aud as for his Crowing that did nobody any good. Sounder reasons than these could not be furnishfdiii a ninch higher place than a hen coop. The habits of these hens are a little singular. Thev are perfectly tame, and are ,as much at Jiorno in .tbe'kitfthen as the coop. They iiever trouble themselves much about a nest but deposit their eggs where they find it ¦most convenient.otie makes a tea-tray, anoth-,cr Uie ironing table.a third the'oven, and there is.one that gets into the cradle..sShe is not at all disturbed by the tossing of the little fellow, on "whose prem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

* -Good rules, and G;ood Management. ' One the best farmers in tlie State of New York, has the following rules agreed to arid rigncd by every man fie hires. '¦- It is expected that all persons employed err the farm of -j—, will carefully attend to the "following system : :• Regularity inJioors.; * '/ Punctuality in cleaning and putting away implements: ' ^JHrrmanity to-animals. ^Neatness and cleanliness in personal ap peai-anee. • • i IJececey-in deportment and conversation. -Iiifplicit obedience to the proprietor and .foreman..- '." :: ¦ ' "' 'VvArabit'nn'to learn aid excel in farming. ^-'JiTp;liqnor or. strong drink of any kind to besillowed.'.'.- ' .-/.-. Maxims of order end Neatnm. •¦¦ ""IT Perform' every 6 iieration in the proper Bcason. "-' -'¦' '-' ¦'" 5. Perform every operation in the^be«t Ilianiier... '" j .... x , ¦ _. , .5»r Coniplcte every, part ofan operation as jou-jiroceeil, IS '..'. .'¦".-p. •*. finish one job before you begin nnother.' ¦¦ - ¦¦'"- ^ : -'. I- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 February 1851

RBMARICS OP i. R. INGESSOLL/ At (he State Agricultural Convention J." R. IngersdUtaid the eleminta of good more completely abounded in Pennsylvania than in any other State— and has been allowed to lio dormant for many; years.;. We 'should be true to ourselves, and others would be true to us.; A more visible departure from mere party lines has never been 'scehi; than was then witnessed in the Governor's tncssage,in recommending the agricultural interests of-tho Ktate to the Legislature which recotnmendation be firmly .belie'ved had called this convention-together. The cheapest and best things are to be obtained in Pennsylvania. (Mr. Ingersoll instanced several facts to prove his assertion.) Pennsylvania only wants encouragement to develope her resources; and let us give her'that encouragement in the great department of Agriculture. The Franklin Institute hjis done more good to the cause of science than nil the mere individuals who had assembled, from the deluge to the 'present ...

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