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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 November 1899

lONOON'd GRAND FEI K. J R U. Lord Mayor's Show a Brilliant A fl-.ilr. Many Solablo? ?t UulIU Hull HiiL-quet. (By Telegrapn.) LONDON, Nov. 3.?The Lord 'Mayor's Show, which marked the ir.duet.ee oi A. j. Newton into oflice. was Savored today by exceptionally brilliant weath? er. Antiquated lioats tailed to satsfy 'the London crowds, who poured ::. enormous numbers to vent their mar? tial enthusiasm. The streets were lav? ishly de.oi-v.vted with Hags, but che ab? sence of a detachment of '.he household cavalry and the sub/.ttuition of a num? ber of -school boy brigades testi'.i-.l to the pc.ser.ee of the veteia.i regiments at Uk,- front. AT THE GUILD H AIL. ?At the Guild Kail banquet the Mar Muis of Salisbury. Kord Welseley, Mr. Riehtie, Kord George Hamilton, hon. Kalisbu'ry. the Lord Chief Justi the Dutke tX Marlborough and a tew i>i.hv r diplomats 'were present. .Mr. Chamber? lain was'absent. Lord Salisbury and lvord VVolseley wer - war-ad / Jh eretl as they passed front the recep...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 November 1899

IM)F.IIS ARE DEVASTATING . Free State Kail way Completely Wrecked, Forces at Kimberley Plundering. (By Telegraph.) LONDON. Nov. 10.-4:30 A. 51.?The scanty and conflicting news from the seat of war and the fact that Gen. White lias not yet said a word about | the alleged fighting around Badysmith are again producing a feeling of gloom, ft may be that Gen. White has sent news and that General Holler has thought best to keep it to himself. Indeed this is tie- version that is begin? ning to be believed as it is held to be. impossible that tie- news of heavy lighting brought by Ka'iirs in such groundless. If this be so. it is omni o?s. for there could be no ground for concealing favorable news. J.I cannot be long, however, before n' change occurs, Gen. Butter's reinforce-! mentis will soon arrive at Durban and will probablv begin the advaiiee to the reli-f of Badysmith about November TO SlfBLL PRETORIA. Orders have been received at Wool Wich and Davonport for tin- mobilisa? tion of a sie...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

Associated | Press I Dispatches. | VOL.IV. 2(58 Spectacular Landing of American Troops at San Fabian. AGUINAIDO CLOSE PRESSED, Slinr|i flflit? With Small Force; at I'lUpI. no?, Dasblug Exploit of Capt. Ciioii wllh ami I.ieutR. DavlH, Vau Horn nnd Bradford, t By Telegraph.) MANILA. X..v. 10.-5:55 F. M.?-Too' landing o? the American troops at Sa.n Fabtun Tuesday \v;:s the most spectac-| nlar affair (if the kind sii.ee Gen. Shu?-| tor's disembarkation at Daiquiri. The co-operation ? ?!' she troops and the navy was complete. The gunboats maintain? ed a ierriiie bombardment for an hour: while the troops rushed waist deep! through the suit" under a heavy, but badly aimed, rilie fire from the insur-l gen', trenches and charged right and left, pouring volley after volley at the fleeing rebels. Forty Filipinos \vere( captured, mostly non-commissioned of-! beers. DEAD AND WOUNDED FOUND, j Several insurgent dead and five wounded were found in a building which had suffered from the bombard-. 'i...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

ABSOLUTELY UNTRUE The Report That the Machinists \ Here Want to Strike. A SAMPLE PUBLICATION KvlilHi<-a0ni,e,i.?i??.y )<>i1ib Slil|>3?td lino ttuct a l>rttlr? to Injur? "I hin Cl!y. 'MvtiitiiK ? f ilm *J? utrwl Lalior Uiilor. 1 ntur Noten. Mr. Jarnos O't'nntH'll. the well-known labor leafier, an?l international presi? dent of >!,.- Machinists" Association. T-v 1! 1 arrive in this city this afternoon and v.iii deliver an address on Union Labor at the Opera House Sunday uf tci-noMU at 2:"0 o'clock. The address will will be to the pub? lic, ard Mr. O'Conntdrs side purpose in ?coining here is to deliver it, notwith port which is clipped from (he Phila? delphia Enquirer and published here? with: "'l"h.- nine-hour movement is spread 5ns with rapidity and union men are in dilVerent parts ..r tue country. The strike on the i -ana.ban P.aeili.-i Unit road, by which It.OOil miles of road are tied up. was under Lite mttriitKeW'tit ..f the International Association of Ma? chin...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

Made by Engineer T. E. Fierce on the Sewer System. SOME OF THE DIFFICULTIES 1.1st of Place? That "Wer.. lfuili.il Chofcetl I Vi< With Sued. The Opeu Joint?, water Fore a Irom want End ? to the River, The 'principal mystery in connection with the sewer has l>cen .lie question of what was the matter with the 'tiling. Nu one could tell, exactly, or o?ti approxim?tely. Air. T. L. Pearse. the engineer, who has been here supervising the work fer Consulting Engineer Potter, yesterday completed a tour of exaiminaji'ion. He went over the entire system, and lav ?"?vult of Iiis ohservuti m lias been a fivost 'favorable an 1 encouraging report, till tilings considered. He found only four places that were blocket by satid. ''in- of these is on Twenty-third sit.:. near Warwick ticehue. This is only partially lih..:'i:-d. A s.-.oud bad place wias found on Virginia avenue, bdtween Twenty-li'fth ?itn.cll Twenty-sixth streets. This is en? tirely blocked up. The other two places are on Lafay? et...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

C. E. THACKBR, Edltor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dally Press Com pant COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY fi P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation In the name of the company, or to make purchases in the name of the same, except upon orders signed by the PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS DAILY PBESS BRANCH ' IFF MORTON .?;? CO., booksellers. Washing? ton avenue and Thirty-second ?? street. i J. W. CR< tSSLKY. Newsdealer, 801 Washington avenue. I LITTLE < 1A I;ONE11, Druggists, .lefferson aveiute. H. V .VXD ICRS LICE. Newsdealer Chestnut avenue and Twenty-sev? enth street. E. It; C'RO'SSLE Y. Newsdealer, 2110'. Warhingl on a von uc. Entered at the Newport News. Va_. Postoffice as second-class matter. SiATI.'Rl A Y Ei.E TU N c-1NT E'STS. The conditions in Kentucky in con? nection with tlie recent, gubernatorial election in that State illustra...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

GRIFFIN IS FINED $5 This is the Verdict of the Jury Which Heard the Case. I. T. JONES 15 ALSO FINED But the Amount 1? Raised to ?10 for As- | saultiog Mr. Charles Whiting. O'd Soldier I>rops Uond. Other News of Iiitertst. The case of R. E. Griffin, charged with maliciously assaulting Mr. Georg; IS. Trice, which was begun Wednesday in ill" County Cnart, was concluded yesterday afternoon by the jury iv tuFiring a verdict < f assault and fixing his punishment at $?"> fine ami costs, amounting to ?".i!.Ot?. When court opened at 10 o'clock yes tcrdav the hearing o<f evidence for -tie' defense, which consumed about two hours, was resumed. Mr. Maryus .Jones. Who condu ted the prosecution, opein d the argument if ithe case by making a strong speech ?f llt'teen minutes' ..ru ration, during which timfe lie 'went over the evidence .and closed with an appeal io the jury to bring in a verdict of guilty. Mr. Fnv S. Ciller 1'oi iiwe.l Mr. .Tone? in a well delivered talk of forty-live i...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

HOMESPUN WALKING DRESS.; Groa.t Demand for (ho Ronch Go?<x >VIiicli Make the Smart Tai? lor Govras. The seal of popular approval ha3 been set upon the designs offered for j winter modes, and rough-surfaced I goods will enjoy unprecedented pop- I ularity. Homespuns, cheviots, crepons and wool grenadines come in large as- j eortments for street dresses. Their durability and the fact that they do j not "spot" serve as the required rcconi- | xnendations to gain their place in pop lilar ranks. A smart suit of mixed blue and gray homespun was stitched in tailor -=-?-,-A A WALKING DRESS OF HOMESPUN. fashion until the teams looked as if they were boned. Around the foot was a trimming of braid designs which were very decorative at the bottom, but diminished in point of elaboration as they reach the tup. j The jacket was lined with royal blue silk and the lapels were faced with bcngalinc of the name color. The. scams were all stitched with very dark blue silk braid and the vest was of p...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

TUE HOBO BKIGAUS5. Its Van Guard Han Koached tlioClty. How They Are D?Hlt Wtttl. The vanguard of the hobo legion has reached the city. With the coming of cold weather, soon to be followed by the cold of winter, the southward inarch of the Knights of the Road has begun. Already a number of tramps have reached the city and will stay in this section until they get tired of it ami go back up the peninsula to Rich? mond, where they will turn South again. Very few professional tramps?that ? is, tramps who have been going from' North to South and South to North | -with the change of weather for years j past are acquainted with the lay of' the land from New England to the llulf?come to Newport News. It would be a good thing for the city if a few signs were stuck up on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad just out? side of Richmond, reading something like this: '?Newport News is on the point of the tpeninsula. with Hampton Roads on onei side and the James river on the other. The only way to go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 11 November 1899

SOUTHERN SYNOD OF A. K. I". CHURCH Iutcrmtlng riocetrdiisg* ?>f tlio Body )n| tesfsloti n* CHnrlottw. (By Telegraph.) CH AR t/OTTE. N. ('., Nov. 10.?A this morning's session or the Souther) -Synod of iho Associated Repe in ?1 Pres C?jyterlan church, it was decided to puli lish a centennial history giving sketch, si d.d thai a hand id in on" of the Jt the x..,i. I iv ltir.to -i. 11 f h; ,si.i a Ica-.-nii'-ju; UTHER AI 'I ?RESSES, j Rev. K. R. K. r.nr.lv s|?.i?e on the quem;.hi "Should l.otin and Creek be retained in the earrieulum of our col? leges?" lie argued thai ihey should' hut should not he mod.unpulsorv, nor lie civen undo.- r.roininrnoc. Rev. \V. II. Miller 8poke en bem-fi ^\, 1' ' ' " i^ ' ^ 1 i Rev. c E. 'Meli, redd rpnko on "l.ar-| per endowment und Letter equipm-nt for Ei-skine college." lie said Erskine needed n gvnitiasium and a chair of history und Bible stud v. fi ill E XIO HT S KS?10 X. 'At the night scs.don there was a Ion discussion .-a foreign missions hv itev....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 12 November 1899

Associated % Press | | Dispatches, f VOL. IV.'269 Bombardment of Kimberky Thus Far Utterly Ineffective. THEY CONTINUE ffHE SIEGE ISootb Are Said to Have Sustained Heavy I.obbos. In Skirmishes Early In the Week. More British Troops Are Landed. (By Telegraph.) LONDON, Nov. 11.?The day has brought forth ira great news and little change has taken place either in Natal or on tlie mtritih and northeastern fron? tiers of Cape Colony. The chief fact is 'the opening of the bombardment of Kimberley on Tuesday by Free State artillery, which proved, according to an official statement, utterly ineffektiv i. The Boer investment of the town, how. ever, is said to be tightening. Skirmishing between the Kimberley nt'ounlted troops and the Boers early in tile week resulted in severe Boer losses, tie' British 'force losing one killed and one wounded. Advic.s froim Crange river con ihm the report of the Free'State troops' ad? vance upon the north of Cape Colony, but. owing to Ithe retirement of the Bri...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 12 November 1899

THE ? Corner Thirty-third street and Washington avenue. THE Corner Thirty-third street jf and Washington avenue. % u o 3 o Men's Stufi'. It is interesting to walk through ? store and examine the handsome coals and suits that we are selling In anticipation of cold weath" er every lady should do her buying now while our fctcck of novelties in collarettes, neck scarfs, boas, storm collars, coats, etc , is complete. We have a superb stock of furs and fur trimmings, and you can buy a fall and winter luxury here at prices that you cannot match in the city. Our goods are in all the very latest styles. Men's and Boy's Shoes, They point to it with pride when they get such surpassing quality, line work? manship and exquisite style in a shoe Boas, Collarettes, Capes and Coats special values. Boa3 ranging from $1 98 to 10 00. Collarettes SI 98, 2 50, 2 08, 3 50, 3 93, 4 9S up to 12 50. Coa's $4 98, 5 50, G 9S, 8 00, 11 50 and 12 50. Capes 98c. $L 50, 2 50, 2 98, 3 08, 5 00 up to 12 50. sinoh lo...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 12 November 1899

HAM PI mum is free Jury Returns a Verdict of Not Guilty. Vv AS CHARGED WITH LARCENY ^Caie Heard in the County Court Yesterday, Mr. Carey Shield Dead In Oooch land County. Other News of Hampton. Charles Brannan, 'the Phoebus saloon? keeper, was acquitted of the charge of robbing an old soldier in the County Court yesterday by the jury returning a verdict of not guilty. ?The case was taken up when court opened at 10 o'clock cr.d the jury re? turned its ver?flc'. shortly before 6 o'clock. Brannan, it will be remembered, was charged with administering knock-out drops to old soldiers and then robbing them. Mr. F. S. Collier appeared us counsel for Brannan. while Commonwealth's Attorney Montague conducted the pros? ecution. The case of Charles Jones, under in? dictment for cruelly assaulting a small colored girl, will be taken up when court convenes tomorrow morning. WAS 'DtEiAiF AND DUMB. But Justice Furness Made Him Talk For Mercy. W. T. Anderson, who claims Norfolk as his home, was giv...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 12 November 1899

OTIS TELLS OK DIFFICULTIES, Troops Preis Onward Over Komis Made Almost Impassable By Floods. WASHINGTON. Nov. 11.?Three im? portant dispatches from Generai Otis were received at the War Department today showing the hardships and dif? ficulties encountered b.y our troops in their advance und giving a captured insurgent dispatch showing the line .if argument put forward to sustain the insurrection. The dispatches are as follows: ?Manila. November 11. Severe ty? phoons over Panay last two days im? peded the march of General Hushes' troops: bis column several miles north west of lloilo. insurgents have aban? doned stromr defences in that section." COUNTRY SUBMERGED . "Manila. 'November 11. Law-ton pushing troops through on Lupadimgan and Sanquentin road: but country sub? merged: bridges and recently con? structed rafts washed rut and wheel transportation cannot move. His reli? ance on cavalry, few infantry and na? tive scouts living mostly on country. MacArthur commenced advance early t...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

I Associated I Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 270 Retreating Insurgent Forces Are Now Completely Surrounded. FILIPINOS ARE DEMORALIZED CjI. Bayes Captures AguliialUo's s% crolary. Family of G?-n. I-Iaaeras Also Prison? ers. Disease and Lack of Food Ttll on Native Troop*, (By Teiegraiph.) MANILA. Nov. 12.?10 A. M.?When Colonel Kell left Cupiut. 10 miles from! Turkic, at 1 o'clock yesterday, he in-! tended merely to reconnoitre. He bail with him til" Thirty-sixth infantry. Slaven's scouts. Troop E. of the Fourth cavalry, and a battalion of the Twenty second regriment and Catling guns. Tin- seouts. mounted. preceded the main body up the railroad. They meti 100 rebels at Murcia. but the insurgents) quickly retreated. The scouts found ? the depot burning, but extinguished the lire and saved the building. THEY PIA' Till-: TORCH. The main column marched up the wagon road, but before reaching Tar- j lac divided, entering the town on two sid.-s at S o'clock without a shot being! tired. The insur...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

MIDDLEGROUND BAR Action Taken by Business Men's Association Last Light. AN INTERESTING DISCUSSION K<-nm<iH Why Chnnnr-1 Should ba Mrt-ilgvd tos* Mian low Wjif.?r I op.ii of Thirty K i t A Working Uoin te? to b<? A|>I?'dn!? d T<jd?y. The .'ill important topic of inducing the government to dredge Mi idlegr ?und Bar to a depth of at least thirty ?feet, was brought up at tin- meeting of tin Business Men's 'Association. The altendan.e was tin1 largest ir many months, and included a numbei of well-known shipping and rail ??n,; men specially invited t>y Pres] lent Vest | to Ii,- pres.-at an.] give the -!.s.f ici.ttion the h.-n. tit of their experience a knowledge of the subject. As a result of a thorough ar I ' ?; eal discussion ..!' tie- question, a >? mittee will i..- appointed :o-diy. ivhi i'.ill gather ail the statistics and inf. m.ition necessary in making out strong case for the city to lay '.vi*? the government. It. I'FTl'N'E BI"'SINEWS. Th.e Association goi dow...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

Organized Sunday Afternoon on tarty-fifth Street. WILL ASK FOR A PASTOR Conference Will Seed Our,WtthontDoubt UuarLiM 1; Cot>fer?.nce 8.a?t. Mjli t. An litten Kling Itepirt for TU [8 Chnrch Ymr. Newport News lias a new church and will have a new paster after Confer e.ice meet:;. This is the North End Methodist Mis ? sion, which was instituted some time ago. and has been in charge of the Washington Avenue church, Rev. 1'-. F. Dipseomb has been conducting the afternoon meetings ami the Friday prayer meetings. The Epworth Eeagua of Mr. Llpscomb's church h;us hud charge of the- Sunday night services. The people who have been attending these services have felt the need id' a pastor, and with a view of asking the conference to send them one, a chuicli was organized Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. It starts out with twenty four members, which number w ill prob? ably lie doubled as soon as a pastor is obtained. Tlie officers will not be elected until after conference. That a pastor will b...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

C. E. THACKBR, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVEBT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dally Press Com pan) COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST HE IN BY S P M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE LN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAJ7ER. No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation in the name of the company, or to make purchases in the name of the bHrne. except upon orders signed by the PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS. DAILY PRESS BRANCH OFFICES. MORTON & CO.. booksellers. Washing? ton avenue and Thirty-see >n . si reel. J. W. OKOSSLEY. Newsdealer, 3013 Washine 1 <m avenue. LITTLE ?&"i;a'RdNER, Druggists, 22.10 Jefferson avenue. II. VANDEItSLlCE. Newsdealer clestunt avenue and Twenty-sev? enth street. E. It. CROSS LEY, Newsdealer, 20..' Washington avenue. Entered at the Newport News. Va.. Poatofflce ojj second-class matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 1-1, 1 ??;>. SOUTH AF'RI.'AX SITUATION Reports from South Africa indicate that the Boers have undertaken a ma. a larger...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

BOLT CALLS A HALT Thinks Newport News is "Shin= nying" Out of Bounds. THERE'S A LIMIT TO LIMITS Fr?sldeut Oummlog, oftbo Business Men's Association, Malten a Formal Ad? dress of Acceptance Be? fore That Body. The Business "Men's Association met in regular monthly session in its rooms in the Exchange Building. Quite nn amount of routine business was trans? acted. The Association, by its action last night, demonstrated its purpose to 1i?ht the proposed extension of the limits r.f the city of Newport News, when it oome.s to stepping over int.. Elizabeth City county, as is now pro-posed by the Business Men's Association of Newport News. There were present when President W. .1. A. dimming called the body to order: Messrs. K. I). Newell. H. S. Thompson. W. <K. Uawson. G. T. II >i;:: claw. 'Albert Howe, Dr. J. I'. Pressy ami J. V. P/ieK-ford. Secretary V. -P. Holt read the minutes of tlie previous meeting and those of several special meetings. President dimming stated that a communic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 14 November 1899

EAGLE AND LOBSTER. pftldar Hassnrd's Brother Telia of a Moat Remarkable Battle JLa the Air. Lietit. Col. Andrew C. P.vITaggard, an elder brother of Ilider Haggard, the novelist, recently returned from a trip to Newfoundland, and tells of a re? markable sight he saw while sit ting oa the seashore with a guide with whom ho had been fishing for salmon in the Terra Nova river. They had been watching for some time the evolutions of a white-headed eagle, called by thu Newfoundlanders a "grip." After soar leg round in several circles above and in front of them the eagle suddenly dashed down into a pool of water near them on the beaeh and reappeared hold? ing an enormous lobster in bis talons. It was an old lobster,.with a huge claw, white with barnacles. The eagiu hud lriin clutched firmly around tbc back, and at first tin: huge claw hung ] helplessly down, the barnacles shining white in the sunlight. This was only for a second, though. The ripjdes on the recently disturbed pool had not ye...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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