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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CJTT: THl'RSPAV march 20,1*68. Advertisements should be banded in by |* o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until tbe neat day. |[T Aei*n ?oa thi S*tar ?Tbe following named persons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* in Thi Star: Pk* 1*4*1 rkxtt?V. B Palmsb, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. A'** Yori?? M PxTTineiLL A Co., Nassau street. Bottom?V. B. Palmir, Scollay's Building. l?7" Jos PainTi*?.?Onr friends and patrons are notified tbat we are now prepared to execute every kind of J"S PaiNTine with despatch and In the b#?t manner, at price* as low as In any other office in Washington. Job Printers arc also notified tlis' we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-w>rk tbat can be executed on double cyitnder and Adams' nower-presses. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with it. equal In Its capsclty to Uirn out book binding or all deecrlpttlon* to any other in the District of Col...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 March 1856

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Look to room (Jakob** '?Our fellow citi ,eoa who have gardens, or plat# of ground ten feet square in their yards unoccupied, should begin as soon as possible to make preparation to set oat flowers, vegetables and fraita. A piece of ground thirty feet square cultivated closely with the spade, will produce almost as many vegetables in a succession of crops, as will suffice, amply suffice a family of five or persons. Two, or at most thre* hours labor in it per diem, during the season, will raise and secure them. The sweepings of the streets, such as can be gathored utmost anywhere in a wheelbarrow, will answer for most of the ma terial necessary to enrich the ground. No one can fail to be healthier for the libor of preparing and cultivating such a garden. Every female in a family and every child over eight years of age can help in it to great advantage Dwarf fruits (which pronerly set out ar. 1 cultivated will commence to Dear the second summer, will b...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 March 1856

EVENING STAR. BBILLIANTS. AN EASTERN EVENING. 9v?nlog romes on : arising from the stream Homeward a>- t*ll (Iinainco wing* his (light; And wh#r? he Mails am wart tfle setting team, 1? scarlet plumage glowi with deeper ii^ht. fee W' b r?n. a; the wl?h'd approach of night, Gl#Riy f>r?a-ies the fit-Id, wDer? he all day To srare the wing'd plunderers from their prey. With shoutacd sling,on yonder clay-built height, Math borne ths sultry ray. Hark 1 at the Golden Palaces, The Bramln strikes the hoar. For leaf uv and leagues around, the b'azensound Roll* tfcruugh the stillness of departing day, Like thunder far away. [Southey. BONNET. Languid and sad. and Mow, from day to 2ay I journey on, yet pensive tarn to view, Where the rich landscape gleams with softer hue. The streams and vales and hiHathat steal away. So fares It with the children of the earth. Wot wtea lift's go?d'y prospect opens round, Their spiri'a bea: to tread that fairy ground Wh.-re every vale sound* to the pipe of r...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 March 1856

THE EVENING STAB, f l'HLI*HED EYEKT AKTKRIOOS, (EXCKPT SUNDAY,) U is* fu* BmWi**'. ro'msr ?/ P?nn.tfl+ma?s M4M fimuli jtrtil, . D. W A LL A CH, #1.1 IkktwI to sr.b*cr1bers bycanierg at SIX Avt> A yUAR I fcK CENTS, pajrab'.r wmkiv U> tbe Agents; papers ?enmd in packages at 37# tr-nts par month. To mall subscriber* the *nb ?crl jtion priceIs rHREE DOLLARS AND FIE f Y CK.N rS ? vearta advance, TWO DOLLARS for six tnoa&r, and ONK DOLLAR for three lanoths; ff-r lew than three months at the rite of 1?% eenu a week. f^SINGLE COPIES ONK CENT I KITEO STATES COURT OF CLAini. j VUD-THK UNDERSIGNED, JOHN C. V DEVEREUX. of New York city, and M. THOMPSON, of Washington, d C., Attorney! and CoaaseUors-at- law. ar? associated for the i?^al prosecution of claims for creditor* of Gov ernment, In the Coart of Claims. They will co operate In immediate and careful attention to business matters at W ashington which may be entrusted to their care by gentlemen of the profession and claimants In t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 March 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHIN6T0N CITY: PEIOAY Hmrch 91, ISM. IP- Advertisements should be handed la by It o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until the next day. IDT Aet*Tt to* t?? Stab.?The following aamrd persona are authorised to contract for the publication of achrertleetneate 1b Thi Star: Pk'lidtlfki*?\. B PiLKia, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. iV?i? >'?rk?a. Al. PxitiroilL? Co., Nassau street. Bo>ton? V. B. Palmkr, Scollay's Building. \f~r Joa PaiNTiwe.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Joa PaiRTiMs with despatch and .n the beet manner, at prices as tow aa In any other olBce in Washington. Job Priaters are also aottftcd mat we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, aL?o. has the Star office a Boek Bindery connected with Maal in its rapacity to turn out book binding descriptions to any other In the District of Columbia T...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 March 1856

Evening star. local intelligence. Tag Geavb or Lommiiie Dow.? Aa the long drawn-out procession of fireman ware wending their way back to the city after having per formed the last ritea of aepnlture to their gallant, bat unfortunate brother, on the ocea jk>n of the late funeral, we lingered a moment in the city of the dead The gray skies and chilly air of a sombre atteraoon were in keeping with the plaoe Nothing disturbed the atillnesa, bat the hol low sound of earth falling upon the coffin aa the seiton rapidly filled up the new-made grave, or occajionly a gu3t of solemn mu?ic doated on the breeze from the receding pro cession, with now and then a faint murmur of the roar of the distant city. were alone with the silent dead : i i xu at regt now?all dual! ?wave flowa on wave But the aea drlee not' What to na the grave ? It bring* no real homily; we >lih, Pan* for a while. and murmur, 44 All muat die"" Then rush to pleasure, a' tion, aln, once more. Swell the load tide, and fret...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 March 1856

EVENING STAR. THE OLD STAGE COACH The good timet when oui father* rode Id safety bv the sta e. Have pass'd nefbre the onward match Of this progressive age; And now no goadly coa<"h and fonr Draws up beside the stags house d?or. How rang the iaugb. the jeat and joke, As all together rodle. Cotrh'd up in friendly jollty Like boys of one abode ! The weary miles *oemed shorter then As thus we rode o'er hill and glen Full half tke pleasure of the way Was appetite aid fare? This gathered from ?? mine host's" fuli board, Titat from tha mountain air, O ? then we w*nt life's flowery way*, They eudcd with our staging days. O ! that was music ' wnen at morn Aa winding round by yon old mill, The driver tTev.- his bright tin horn. And echo answer'd from the bill; Wow, neither bora, nor prancing team la heard amidst this age of steam. But drawn beneath some shatter'd shed Tbo old stat^ teach neglected stands, Its curtains flopping in the wind, The ghost or ruin's waving hands ; While on the wh...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1856

the evening star, rtHMMir.it KVKKV AFTERNOON, {EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ji lit ri?? Pv?? /?'.*?? ?*r*?r j/ Ptuntflvmmi* ?r. ??? ? i i > i?tmlk Strut. if W. r. W&LL2 CH, X U kwJ to subscribers by carder* *t SIX |\L' A (jl'^KlEi< CENTS, payable weekly u. :ue A-e..*N |*pe? ?wwd in packages at 37* pf iroutt. I'o mall subscrlVrs the sub * r ation prUel* THKKK DOLLARS AND FiF |\ CSN rs ? JW?? OtMW*,TWO DOLLARS ft' ?it month*, aad ONK DOLLAR for three ? jtiui Usui tLaa three months at the rate of cent* * week. ?T SINGLE COPIES ONK CENT. & I >|TKD?*TATE? court of ulaihs. / V\RD ?THE U.N DF.RSIGN ED, JOHN C. I I DEVEREUX, of New York city, and M. rHOMPSON, of Washington, D C.. Attorneys and Connsellors-atjaw, are associated for the le,?al prosecution of*clalms for creditors of Gov ernment, In the Court of Claim*. They will co operate In Immediate and careful attention to business matters at W ashlngton which m*v be entrusted to their care by gentlemen of the profession and claimants ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: UTHROAY ^Imrch 93, !?*?. Advertisements should be handed In by IS o'clock, m . otherwise they may not appear antii Ihe neat day. IC7" A#isTi ?om m The following aam?l person? are authorised to contract for the publication of advertisements In Thi Stab : Pktlmdslpkim?V. B Palmbb, northwest cor uer of Fifth and Chestnut streets. JWmi Yth?IS. M Pbtti.isill 4. Co., Nassau street. Bottom?V. B Palmbb, 8coliay's Building. |0~ Jo? Pristiso.?Our friends and patron* are notlflrd 'hat we are now prepared to execute every klad of Job Psimtiso with despatch and in the best manner, at prices as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of preM-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses 80. also, has the Stmr offices Boob Btadery connected with it. equal In its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other In the District of Columbia. SPIRIT OF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1856

\ irio'AL Theatre?Benefit of the Rich \f ?The bill put forth to night is one of h sttraf tiveness and should draw an over ?\winE house, for the worthy beneficiaries. The veteran Peter Riohings appear* a* " Mark ll-?b?rry.'" bia accomplished daughter as *Widow Crosby,'' ourold frieud and favorite 4 W (Jlenn a* " Ebenexer Oldrich," and the foB-inspiring Jefferson " " Aufasto9 Smi ieT " in the satirical comedy of ?' Extremes." The piece seems well cast throughout, and we .-tieinite a fine treat in it* performance. The patriotic allegory of "Washington ' will be g"eD i* conclus:on. in which the whole ronpany appear in national character The deportment of Mr. Richings and daugh ter in public and social life has been such as t?> ensure fur them the cordial respect and warm regard of all who have enjoyed the pleasure of seeing and knowing them, and the public will doubtless give them a bumper at parting Tie Wbather ?Our Georgetown friend favors us with the following returns of the racge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1856

EVE THE ECHOES It vu evening, and the moonlight was sleeping on the brrtut Of the ocean's glasav bosom, for the waves had sunk to rant, And our little boat was drifting as carelessly aiwl free, As If no angrv surges were sleeping 'neath the eea. ?o silent and so thoughtful seemed the mellow evening air, Yau might deem tha deepest rolitade had found a refuge there: And the household light* that glimrn -red in the dlatance dim and far. Each wore a look as peaceful as the blts*edeven ing star Then a glad voice rang o.it merrily, and floating far away The light, unmeaning aecenta were borne acrcss the bay; Bet the breath which God had given might net thna be spent in vain, And a watchful spirit caught the soend and bore II beck agaiu. Then mother and another. In the hollow distance Woke. And in elear and silverv accent* each wo d the trio spoke, So truthfully resembled the language and the sound. That a trinity of spirits seemed hovering around. ?ut the boat wes gliding onward, and lta ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1856

THE EVENING STAB, ri HLlhHEl) KT?RT AFTKRKCV1, r (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 ik* .**?? Bmiiduft, rorntr of fiiHMyJmU Mt*?: *??( FiimUtlritt, By W. D. WAILACB, c *i 1-e served to subscribers by unlets at SIX A.VD A QUARTER CENTS. payable weekly to tht Agents; puper* mwl In packages at 37# ten-* p*i monUk. To mall subscribers the aub nriptlon price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS iytut??<sas(i,TWU DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three eK-nths; for leu taaa three months at the rate ef cbntj a week. \~r SINGLE COPIES ONE CEN1. 119 UHT ? TJITKD STATES COURT OF CLAIMS. /1ARD-THE UNDERSIGNED, JOHN C. V DEVEREOX, ef New York city, and M. THOMPSON, of Washington, D C . Attorneys and Connsellors-at-law, are associated for tne legal prosecution of claims for creditors of Got ernment, In the Court of Clalme^ They will co operate In immediate and careful attention ta business matters at Washington which may be entrusted te their care by gentlemen of the profesalon and claimants In the ci...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1856

EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY March 24, lMtt. (JT Advertisements should be handed In by 18 o'clock, in.. otherwiae they may not appear until the neit day. iO~ Ae**Ta to* thx Star.?The following named person* are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* In The Star: Pktladtlpki*??. B Pii *?*, nnrthweet cor ner of Ktfti mini Chestnut streets Wins Y?rk~-S. M. Fittfnsill * Co., Nassau street. Bottom?V. 0. Falmii, ScaUay's Building. ? ?* 1 in- Joa ftiiiiisa.?Oux frlenda and petrous are r,ntifl?d that we are now prepared to execute every kind uf Joa PaMTint with despatch and In the beat manner, at price* a* low aa In any other c.t&oe In Washington. Job Printers areata) notified Stat we are prepared to do every descrip tion of pre*a-w->rk that can be execu'ed on double cylinder a-td Adams' power-pr?-a*eii. Ho. alxo, turn the Sciroibcea B'?k Bindery connected with U. eenal In iia capanty to turnent book binding of ?U descriptions to any other In the Distri...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1856

} EVENING STAR. L )CAL INTELLIGENCE. Kastb* Sc*dat?This interesting and ?if giicmt high festival of th* church was cele brated yesterday with absorbing ceremonies at the Catholie and Episcopal churches of the ci?j The celebration of the day is universal ibrnugbtmt Christendom, iu commemoration of Christ's resurrection from the dead and as censton to Paradise. Easter is so called from I the Saxon word ostir, to rise, or, a? some wri rs suppose, from one of the Saxon godessep, c le<l Eastor, who wa3 worshipped at this sea , . ?f the year. Tho lino musical perform ar.oe* drew an unprecedented audience to 8t. Matthew s Church. The alleys and parages *. the church, an well as the seats, and indeed all the steps and approaches to it, were closely ,-r wdcd at as early hour The colored peo ple of them who happened to come a little late, were completely crowded out of their sea's by the eager rush of white spectators. Immediately after the tolling of the last \>ell, the orchestra and o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1856

EVENING STAR. NEW YORK CORRESPONDENCE. Nb# York, March 21,1S56. A curious and interesting law suit was late ly terminated in one of oar courts S.imuel B. Ogden against Wo. B. Astor, as agent of the late John Jacob Astor. A man named Of den was sent by J. J. Astor to China, to take charge of a factory there, he was to hav* received one-fifth of the profit* as a re muneration for his services. After he had been there awhile W^B. Astor was taken in aa a partner, but Og^n's relationship with the firm remained unchanged lie remained in China tome years and finally died there, leaving his businea? un?ettled His heirs re quested a statement of his affairs from Mr. Astor and were shown a paper bringing Ogden in his debt some J^OOO The heirs were not satisfied, and brought it up in nnother court In the meantime, John Jacob Astor died, and the suit was put off for so many years that Wm B Astor endeavored to have it quashed through the st.itute of limitations But the eourt compelled him to pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 March 1856

THE EVENING STAR, PCBLISkHED fcVKKY AFTEH.IOMfl. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it lis S:?r J?MilI\*$3,tor*zT of ri%?;y.'es?u? ??t*M t?J ?<iri?U 'Mil, 8 7 W. D. WALLACE, W?U be served to subscribers by carriers it SIX AND A qUAKTi-K CENUS, payable weekly ?o the Agents; papers served la package* &t37j{ ?eots per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN r9iynn??iva?{i,TWU DOLLARS (or six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month* \ for lent than three months at the rate of 12* 0*uU a W"*>k. K7" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. NOT HE TO THE CREDITORS OF THE LATE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. Trkasckt Dkfartmbjt, I February 27, l'-ofl > \1THEREAS, ON THE 2S'h DAY OF FKB v v ruary, l-'S.j. Con?re?s pas-cd the following act up^a the subject of th^ debt due to the credi tors of the late Republic of Texzs: AN ACT to prov>ds for the payment of p urh creditor* of the late R<*pub lc of Texas a* are comprehended in the act of Congress of Sep tember nine, <d?hteen hun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CIT y7~ TtJESDAV March 25, IM6. |?7* Asiitj for Tn Star.?The following named person* are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements In Th* Stab: PhtlfiJflpHn?V B Palmer, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. York?8. M. Pxttinsill 4. Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmib, Scollay's Building. IT Job Phhtins.?Our friends and patron* ore notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Phimtina with despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as in any other office in Washington. Job Printers are also rotifled that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adan *' power-presses. S?o, also, kas tbe Sraroflicea Book Btrdery connected with It, equal in its cap>.-ity to turn out book binding of ?1I dericrlpttioo to any other In the District of Columbia. SPIRIT OF THE MOBNING PRESS. The Union recurring to the repetition of the story that the President offere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 March 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Bovun or Alokrmbn ?The Board m*t at the usual hour; the President (Mr. Clark) in the chair A communication was received from the Major, calling attention to the condition of the streets, alley#, and gutters of the city, and usking for an appropriation to have them cleaned oat; referred to finance committee. The Council araondmert to the bill regu lating the sale of lottery tickets, and which amendment reouireathe Mayor to call the at tention of the Chief of the Police and Captain of the Auxiliary Guard to the violation of the law in relation to lotteries, was taken np, and after some debate, w;u, on motion of Mr. Pepper, indefinitely postponed. A resolution from the fower Board was adopted, allowing Messrs Rogers and Spalding the use of the southern portion of Centre Mar ket space for equestrian purposes. Mr Pepper presented the petition of B. B. French, asking for the draining of east Capi tal street; referred to improvements commit tee. The Chairm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 March 1856

EVENING STAR. THE EMIGBANr'S DYING CHILD.. Father! 1 '111 hunper'd ! give me bread; Wrap close my shivering form ' Cold blow* the wind arcutd my head, And wildly beats the storm; Protect me from the aegty sky, I shrink beneath Its wrath. And dread this torrent rushing by, Which Intercepts our path. Father! these California skies You said were bright and bland? But where, to-n!ght. my pillow lies, ?It this the golden land! 'Tls well my little sister sleeps, Or alse she, 'oo, would grieve, ?But only s?*e how still she sleep*? She his not stirred since eve 1 '11 kiss bar and perhaps she ll apta ;; She'll kiss me back, 1 know. O, father f only touch her cheek, ?Tlsceld as very snow ! Father ! you do not shed a tear, Yet little Jane has died;? O promise when rou leave mt here, To lay me by her side! And when you p.isa the torrent cold, We've come so far to see, And you go on. bey. nd, for gold, O, think of Jane'and me' Father, 1 'in weary' rest my head Upon thy t osom warm? Cola blows th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1856

THE EVENING STAR, ft BI??*ilKI? EVERY AFTKRMOUH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 lit Sft SuiHxngs. (trair ef Fiw (*mM ?? 1 fltvtiiA ii'i*:, By W. D. W A L L A C fl, it ;J1 oe servjd tr> fiuijacrlbers by canton at 81X A\P A QUARTER CENT?. :?/abl* weekly :r tb?- \ger.?; pi?-?? served Id peeba^os at 37# aewts p .-* rr. >atb. To mall subscribers the snb i?j;ptU.n prloe 1* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF f. CF\TS a y?ii?<Ut?ei, TWO DOLLARS lor sit troB'li*, and ONE DOLLAR foi tbiee nontt ; for law than tbree months at the rat? of I ' c ant* * week. J7-8INGLK COPIES ONE CENT. GUTTA PERCHA TEETH. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVK BEEN IN the habit of sanding oar patrons to Dr COSBY, formerly of Richmond,/ Va., for Dental operations for a num ber of vears, and take pleasure In recommending Mm to ths citizens of Washington as the best Tooth Extractor and Dental < Operator fhat we have ever met with He Inserts Teeth upon every plan thzt is practised in the Un!tod States. W*o. r. Ho'dmn M D. B. W. TnwlM, *. l> A....

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