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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WA gHINGTON CIT Y : SATURDAY April 19, INC. C7" Advertisement* should be banded In by t* o'clock, m? otherwise they may not appear untH the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union rejoices over recent Democratic triumphs at the polls, and regards as signifi cant the fact that the Know Nothing State Coancil of Wisconsin hu formally repudiated Fillmore's nomination. The Infiligrnctr discusses the " point of history'* in the enlistment case. Th* E??li9hOpb*a.?We are glad to learn that the sale of tickets for the opera season id proceeding rapidly. We would advise all who design visiting the opera next week (and who does not ?) to purchase tickets and engage seats beforehand. WASHINGTON NEWS AND G08SIP The Eleventh deception.?The levee last night was more fully attended than some of its predecessors; indeed, the steady current settling towards the East room threatened at one time to crowd that spacious apartment rather unpleasantly, considering the warmth of the s...

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. — 12 April 1856

EVENING star. local, intelligence. Mor* a?-tt thr Important Arrests or WA-iUHSfO* BrROLARS A!*r> IXCRU DIARIES \n hoar after the Star was worked off yester j,r Officer Bos?. suspecting John E Bailey, ? coaiu'ult of the eounty, trom his habits ,,f intimacy with the prisoners, (the circuu. ??ances of whose arrest we published yester VJT 1 arrested him (B ) for participation in the bar?I?ry a* Forrest's shoe store on the night before- Bailey, on being questioned, admitted hi# connection with the act and the gai>g in their many crimes, and implicated young De Biine. whr, working and sleeping in Hare ?et zrtritg shop next door to Forrest's, bad been ^rcployed by the latter to watch in order to jijcover who it was that had been time and agaia plundering his store. It will be recol lected that according to Demaine's story, pub lished in the Star of yesterday, he had con ned himself behind a pile of leather on not being to ^is pistol when, as he said, tedweoveicd the robbers in the ho...

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. — 12 April 1856

EVENING STAR. ANQIL MUSIC. When twilight weeps 'neath ber azure Tell, ?ad the swe?t flowers sigh as ths day grows pale. Then an angel cemea on har silver wings, And a gold** harp In her hand she brings; Soft, sweet and low, Rich numbers flow, And 1 hush my breath while the angel sings! Oh ' the love rsys fall from her few filled aye, Like the soft star baams from the twilight sky, And she fans mv brow with her fragrant wings, ^ hlle she gently strikes on the golden string; ^ort, sweet and low, Rich numbers flow, And 1 weep for Joy while the angel sings' Like the soft south-winds,, when he woos the flowers, Like the glad bird's note In his love-wreathed bower?. Like the thrl ling sigh of the winds harp-strings, Are rapture tones that the angel sings! Soft, sweet and low. Glad bresthlnga flow, And I dream of lore while the angel sings ' Like the plaintive voice of the moaning pine, Like ihe wild, wild wall of the heaving brine, Like the groans that sweep on the night-wind's wings, Is ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 April 1856

the evening stab, fCPLIHHfD EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCKPT SUNDAY,) ,, tk* Strr SmUdiHft, ttrntr of *?<<*?? a id EUvtnti ttrttt, fly W. C. WALLACH, K j ix5PT?od to subscriber* by carrier* at 81X L\p A QUARTER CENTS, p^y^ble weekly ?ti? Agents; paper? grrr-d In pa?kag? at 37* niootb. To mall subscribers the sub icrtFtlos prt??1? THREE DOLLARS AND FIP fYCENTS i;wi*?<t?vi,TWO DOLLARS for tlx months, and ONH DOLLAR for three ; for leas than (tree months at the rale of oect-i a week. ?7" SINGLE COPIES ONE CKNY VOL. VII. WASHINGTON MONDAY. APRIL 14, 1856. NO. 993. THE WEEKLY STAB. la pnbllehei ?i S?tnr. FIW MMtt Yea copies. ? ?1 ?* *? ?im |1 ?? M IET Caa*, lavtauui m aavaaea. |I^81mfleeoptee( la wrapper*) eta beprocn e4 at the oonnter, immediately after the lasae of tt paper. Prtfe-T??ii Cwra.* PoiTiiafiii wiioaet asafeatiwill mi a commission of twenty per ?al. &.1THUNT BUCHLY, UN DERTAKG R, M?P an<1 K.0?ldrnc8 IV*. 303 Pea*. aveaas, ??ath side, between 9th and 10th iti., Having...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 April 1856

EVENING STAR. w A SHI50TQS CI T Y : MONDAY April 14,1960. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer explains that the nature of oar system is such as to make it impossible that in all cases the U. S. Government can enforce the neutrality law against filibuster ing. and shows that the President has earned the thanks of the country, not as the Black wood intimates, by conniving at its infraction, but exerting bis authority to its utmost to put down ail filibustering. The same paper argues eau-^tlj against the proposed change of the location of tfae Government Armory %bout to b^built in this city, from the mall on the Island, to Julioiary Square. We also find in the Intelligtnctr an able communica tion ?pon the Water Works question, wherein the writer says: 44 Our magnificent public buildings, which have cost the Government and the people more than twenty millions of dollars, are al ways in jeopardy from the want of proper means to prevent such a disastei [fire] ; and yet Congress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 April 1856

EV ENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. *s Viplawatiow ?CaptainBiroh publiahea _n explanation in the Intelligencer >"? "?*J* !ot the eircumstancea under which he ad ,-teJ Washington Naylor to bail on Frid*y nomine Ksi We inaert it in the SUr with pleasate, ?? follows : Washisotos, April 14,1856. liaiTLaux* : An Article baring appeared inline of oor city p.per* of the 11th jo.Unt rotlectiuz upon me for taking the bail I did Zr N.ylor, I "ill here state the facts as they urred On the morning of the 11th m about one o'clock, a light waa discover ed in'the shoe store of Mr. Forrest by Messrs. vlockabee and Elliott, members of the Aux iliary Guard. When Mr Foirest came down ur Hoffer's door was open and Mr Naylor wis la\ing directly across the door-way, ap jrently very much intoxicated lie was brcusrhtto th? gnard bouse. 1 then sent for ur Hdinuiack, who testified upon oath that Sal lor was at hia house after eleven o'clock very much intoxicated, and that he wanted mJre liquor, and he refu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 April 1856

EVENING STAR. THE PRISONER. Row gently this way down the stream, Where o'er the bank the Ulaca bend, And through the budding hawthorns gleam Those yellow lights the cowslips lend ; To eyes so long in prison penned, That blue above, this ware below, Those clouds that past th? hills descend, Are heaven Itself, but half their glow I hose spring flower-scented gales btstow. Fsir'st thou that we too fkr may float ? Thou need'st not dread yon s?ntlnel; He knows our shillow shattered boat Could not endure the middle swell. And thou art known and trusted well; They chose thee, for thv woman's arm Could nought through yonder surge impel; They knev/ thee quick to catch alarm? Ah ! knew they woman's heart how warm ? But, in such guise, ':were vain to flee, A captive, loose! some half-hour's space, His limbs 111 ve, his breath to free, And thou, young girl, thy fitter place The village dance, than such a chase. Well, as thou wilt, th* car resign, "Now, plnn ce speed another pace ! Was ne'er mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 April 1856

?HS EVENING STAR, f. ijlil'- HKI> KVKRT APTERNOVN, (KXCEPT SUNDAY,) it Ik* r'Uiliir.fJ.eomtr ?/ Pcmupfoaitia *m*?I ar-\& Elnvmtk strut, By *.?. I?. W ALLACH, ? rrc& tj sulxoribrra by carriers at Six s i A Hi. AltTER CENTS, payable weekly , ty V?*?"'*? F??per* Wfd In packages at 37# # . 5 rer nvntb. To mn.Il tubacrlbera the anb prl*la THR EE DOLLARS AND FIF vHWiywriaiJwiiijwo DOLLARS r-x nrnths, and ONE DOLLAR for three t. iisj ?",T ^ t-aa taree month* at the rate ef t <i cfrt-?3 ,r^?T^JOLB C COPIH* ON? CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. APRIL 15, 1856. NO. 994. THE WEEKLY STAB. TUi exaeUeat Family ui Newt it talalBg a fretisr variety oftnierertlmjr raadlr.K thaa la aay ether?la pnbRahe* oa #arur? IIUI. Single tapj, pet auu> ?????a??+????#?????? SI 2* TO IUII ????????#???.????????????? t ?S* f ? ea eoplea....?.?..??..?...???.?????.?f W* i?V ooplea...................????? ??????IK ?C KTCan, iavaauaai m tiTinn CT Slmjrleeopiei (la wrappers) eaa at the oounter, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHI16T01 CIT T : TUESDAY April 19,1966. |fT* Advertisement* should be handed in by IS o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until the neat day. 8PIEIT 07 THE MORNING PES8B. The Intelligencer, to-day, contains a letter from General James Watson Webb to substaa tiate the previously published declaration of Rer. Cbas. S. Stewart, that Louis Napoleon, when in this country, was a rery exemplary man in his oonduet. It seems, from the Gen eral's column, that he was at that time on about such terms with the d;stinguished exile as not long since with Clary?my Lord Clar endon. On the whole, the General seems to be after killing two birds with one stone-af ter glorifying the Emperor of the French a little, and himself very much. So the world goes. The Union regards yesterday's action in the Senate upon the affidavit of Col. Jas. H Lane and his second effort to obtain action on the memorial of the mock Legislature of Kan ?as, as another Senatorial rebuke of the Re publica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 April 1856

evening star. "Tqoal intelligence. Board of Aldebmi*The Board met at the usual hoar, the President, Mr. Clark, in the chair; eight members present. A communication was received from the Major, announcing hie having signed various bill' The Chair then announced that petition! were in order from different wards. Mr. Pepper presented a petition from S. B. Stewart, in relation to sewers; referred to Second Ward delegation. Also, one from Jonas P. Levy , referred to police committee. Also, from Francis Wheatley, in reference to paving alley in square 517; referred to im provements committee. Mr. Emery presented a petition from A. Hurdle; referred to finance committee. Mr Houston presented a petition from Wm. Aikin and others; referred to improvements committee. Mr. Pearson, from claims committee, re ported back without amendment, a bill for the relief of Je. se Williams; parsed. Mr Busey, from the special committee to whom was referred the Mil regulating the s.tle <>i poisons, repo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 April 1856

EVENING STAR. MY WIFE. Written while recovering from a severe nek Mtt. 1 hbard her, oh, how cautiously, Open my bedroom door, I hoard hor step as noiselessly To my couch across the floor, I frit her hand* my temple press, Her lips Just touching mine. And in mv anguish and distress 'Twere sinful to repine. Our pilgrimage is nearly through? We passed llfte's mountain brew? I thonght I loved her years ago? 1 issw I love her now. Her face was hovering over mine, Her warm tears on my cheek. Her whispered prayer of thought divine Rose fervently, but meek. Her bosom rested on my arm, I felt the troublous throe, 1 knew the cause of its alarm, 1 kcew its source of woe; And then the blood my system through, Came pressing on my brow? 1 thought 1 loved her years ago? 1 xsow I love her now. Thus watched that tired and patient one By night as well as day, In sadness and almost a:one, Till weeks had passed away. Bereft of sleep-deprived of rest? Oppressed?borne down with care? Till O ! her labors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 April 1856

the evening stab, ,18LI?HKD kveky afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) li ikt St?r tut* 9f Ptnuiivmim ??.<??? * ?<i EU+tntk strut, If W. D. WALIACH, If '.it K>"ub*flo?r? by carriers at SIX iND A iiUAKTKF CENTS, payable weekly ic t'.e Agents; pnptr* ?erved in packages at 37^ psti per ir.nrt'b. To mzll rtrbacrlbers the rub ,crlption price It TH R EE DOLLARS AND FIF fVCKNTS JVf*ri??iMiiti)Two DOLLARS f* tlx month?, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?orths; for .?* thaa thre# wonthi at the rate ef |i^ ocatu a week. SIN9LB COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16, IS56. NO. 995. THE WEEKLY STAB. talalaff ? ?? ke fou*4 la aay lap thaa pakQaket oa Sator* ?lacleeepy, per aaaui U * t? aim. rtTeeoplee VWSBty >M>f ??> ? ?>???>??? ^ CT Cae?, mvakuBLT m A?nii?i (1^ Slagleeoplee (la wrapper*) eaa bepreta e4 at the counter. '.mmMlatriy after the I* paper. Prlc*? Thebb Canrt.; PotTKAtTiat who act at areata will Mallowe a coronation of tweatt per oeat. AGENCY OF THB Kmt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 April 1856

.EVENING STAR. WA 8HIWQT0W CIT T : WEDNESDAY April 16,19ft. C3T Advert tee menu should be handed la toy IS o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear mat!) the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORHIHG PRESS. The Union praiaea the Democracy of the Hoim, " the Immortal seventy-four," for the Srmneea with whl?h they hare maintained the policy and principles of their party throughout the session. The Intelligencer argues earnestly against an elective judiciary. i ? ? i National T**at*??The Op?*a.?11 Tha Croiro Diamonds'' was given, last evening, to a fashionable and appreciative audience by tha Pyne and Harmon troupe Whatever of ?nthuaiasm may have been exhibited on the first evening of tha appearance of these ar tista in " Sonnambula," we are bound to re cord, was far excelled by the reception of the comie opera of last night. Miss Louisa Pyne perfectly reveled in the brilliant and sparkling music of Auber; in her introduced songs of " The Sky Lark" and " Rode's Variations'.' she scattered the ...

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. — 16 April 1856

jrvENING STAR.! ^,10 AX INTELLIGENCE. MiTJ?h* Hammaok.?We pablish be 1 * a statement from Mr Hammack, in ex lanation of the connection of hia name with [he recent arresta for burglary, backed bj the ?ffidavit? of five citiiens testifying that up to a late hoar on Thursday night last, Wash ;.eton Nailor WM drunk. We have to add. ao far as Mr. Ilammack is <ciu*erned, that the inveatigation into the harj* against him of complicity in the escape ot Nailor resulted in the eatablishment of the following facts, via: That >ailor and hia party were not hia as jociates. tor were they in the habit of fre quenting his house: their visit there on Thurs day beiug an unusual occurrence. That he declined going to th? watcb-houso on Nailor a behalf, but went only when in formed that bis testimony relative to the per sons who were with N. on the night before was required for the ends of justice. That he did not proffer to become Wash. Sailor's bail, but yielded to the suggestion of the Chief of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 April 1856

EVENING STAR. Show.?An editor of a pnper in the interior la rejoicing at the melting of snow, which has covered the gromnd in bis neighborhood since Christmas He girei rent to his feelings in the words of the poet. " Farewell, old snow ! You've been enjoyed, you have old fellow ! Even by the elderly p*ople, whose top-knots Are whitened for the other side of Jcrdan River: and by the yonng folks, the cheeks of whom, Though dipped in the deep carnation of the deathleaa Rose, you have made redder and redder?even as red A* an awful great big blood beet. But you are bound to go Again we b!d jou a long farewell, humbly re . questlrg 7 Vou to call on us when you visit this country again." 7 MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. FKOJ# *81 TfJflTID STATU. >**??. ?.?<**?.? For Dmy. Atlantic......N* w York....Liverpool...Apl. 12 Hrenda New York....London Apl 15 New York.... Liverpool... A pi. 16 Washington..New York....Btemen Apl. IV Aim* (Fr )...New York ....Havre Apl 10 George Law. .New York.......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 April 1856

THE EVENING frni.l*HKD EVERT AFTKKNoj (KXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4, tit StM* Huti^trny C0rn4t cf Pnmstl<,mm4* gy W. D. WALLA CH, *iil w to * a bscrl her* by carrier* it SIX *\4>A ?IAK IKK cents, payable weekly lo tiif Az?-'J; paper* smred in package* at 37 u in* P* racwiaj- To a*ail *ub*cr1ber* the *nb jcrlpti'1'' prloel* THR EE DOLLARS AND F1F fVCBNT? ? yeatinodrmmet, TWO DOLLARS tot tLi mwtiu, and ONE DOLLAR for Uuae ?.'fltbs; fat hm thu three aoatki at the rate w 1^ tea'* a jroeh. t^gfNULK COPIES ONE CENT. vol. vn. washington, D. THURSDAY. april 17, 1856. NO. 996. THE WEEKLY STA&.' 1 Thl* exoeUeat Paally aa4 H<fiJ?Ulll era, talalaft a rTeater variety of latereettaf readingthaa ?aa be form* 1b aay ether?it aahnahad ?? day moral af ma. ?ingle eept, per urn 81 ? te una Five **pte* IS ? Tea ccplea. *????? 8 ill Tweaty oopte* If ?# ET Can, iruiuut m iiTima. LT Single eople* (la wrapper*) eaa be proen ed at the aoonter.lauc^i KMy after the taeaeof th paper. Price?Taaaa Cant*.; FoiTM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A 8HINQT0H CI T T : THURSDAY April 17,1940. JUT AdTerUK-menti ahould be banded In by 18 o'clock, m, otherwise they may not appear until the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Intelligenir republishes from the Phil adelphia North American's Washington eor raipondence an able and interesting argu ment upon the water works question, which entitles the writer to the gratitude of all who desire to see iliis city come to be what it should be, rs the capital of so great a country as the L nited Stages. The writer says : " The point which has excited most discus sion and feeling in the Hnnse ?pon the consid eration of the deficiency bill is that making an appropriation for the introduction of water into this city?an enterprise which was com menced under the authority of Congress two years ago. ami upon which more than a third of a million of dollars has already been ex pended. Exception is taken to the continua tion of the work upon the ground that the District of Col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 April 1856

gvkNING STAR. * local intelligence. Tb? F***kli* KifOiRB Housi ?In the * of Representative* on Tuesday, the m-cimeotofthe Sen?i? appropriating ?15, im> for rebuilding the Franklin engine-hou?e the eitj of Washington, including the par r; ^ of ? suitable lot therefor, under the di CHrtio?of th* Commissioner of Public Build ? ? being under eonsideration "Vr Phelps stated the Committee of Ways r\ M?3cs recommended a non-concurrence ,'n.h# amendment, on the ground that it did pro ride for a deficiency. >(- Ball explained that at the last session ''ijcgre* *a appropriation of $5,000 was "'tde for the purpose of removing the Frank ? e0-IDe-bi'U?e. in order that the reservation 0 which it stood might be improved. The "7'nne-beuse had not been removed, and the e"^rorriati<*n was for its removal and the erec ;,F a of another in a citable place. 1 Florence remarked that the company thtf now occupied the building which it was . rosed to remove formerly occupied a house l*ween the Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 April 1856

EVENING STAR. ' LIFE 0* THE OCEAN WAVE " [From the New Yerk Spirit of the Tlmfa.J "A life on the Ocean Wave !" The man who wrote it waa green ; He never hu been to sea, And a atorm he never haa aeen. He never ha* seen a nave An it dashed o'er the vessel's deck ; He never has seen a Are at sea, Or been floating upon a wreck. He never his been aroused From his morning's gentle doae, By the sound ofsDlashing watar, As it fell from the horrid hose. He never has hesrd a man Scrubbing right over his head, W 1th a in ise sufficient to rouse From the grave the alumberlng dead. He never has seen a fat woman Growing thinner day by day, And eanlng over the vessel's side. Throwing hersalf away; Whl'e peop'a'oo'ii care ess y o*, Though in tears the women may be, And nnfee ing say it is nothing at all, Only the roll of the sea. And o 1 ! he has never beet sea-sick, And crept Into bed in his < oat, Whi e every moMon In reas-d his tk'oet, And were all in his throat. Thtt man m?v have sailed In a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, f i BLI*H KD KVKHY ArTKRSOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) j< tii SMf eo?^?r ?f PtnmtfimmmA* ?tn?i ?*d Eltvintk gT W. I>. WALLACE, *tll be served by oarriera at 811 4>p A QUARTKK CKNT8, payable weekly lotheAgeate; p?pw? aenred In package* at 37* fc-nw P*r &i0ntl:- To 10411 subecrtbera tbe snb mT ption price Is THREE DOLLARS AND PIF fV CEN rei " **?' ** TWO DOLLARS f* ilx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three aodths; for '?** thaB lbrf* naoatha at the rate ef ij? o^it> * week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1856. NO. 997. THE WEEKLY STAR. Vhlaeieelleat Family aad Newt Jearaai?roe talalajr a greater variety of latereetl** read'n* ihaa eaa be fboM la aay ether?la pabnabed oa Satur day aaeralaf tatn. Stable eepy, per aaaaa ?1 M ft eiaaa Five espies ?3 ?0 Veaeoplea 6 W Twrntv copies M(.,ll 00 CT Catm, tRTAiiiUt in iiTiiei Slajlecopies (In wrapped can bepror? ed at the oountrr. !mm*dlateiv after the leeoe of th paper. I'rUe?Thbbb Casra.* Postm a ivaa? whoaet aa...

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