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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

!$ttari$eia 'i@tiii)t in |II)ilflJ>eipl)ia . ' I0r,Ow.ben»«t,of.»tr»nge^,Md oftewitlio warde-, »ire to visit «ny of,our public jnitltutlon.i, wo publish the annexed list, ,...- , - , • - ¦ 1 ™ : tnita H,40«l) OR, i««8«>IIST. , Academy of Huttc, '(0nerati«,)'<»rn6i of Etoivi and locust streets? ;i '<--' >' ¦ • -' " '"' ' Arch Street tfheatro, Archabore 6th street. j Paisdtuon'a Qarden* Chestnut, above Tenth-. - ] National Theatre and Clrcua, Walnut, above Eighth, i Bedford's Oner* Home,(Bthlopi»n,) Eleventh, below 1 Walnut ' etree 'i' Theatre ; ' northeast corner Ninth and Walnut.' . ,."'* ' .' ' J'," 1 ''" , ' , ' ( ThomeuPa Varietiesjittli MiiOliettnut. ; Ihomas's Open llouse. Arch', belq * Seventh, I ' iKTg M'spiBSCtlS. ' ' " ». Academy ,of Natural' Sciences, corner of Broad and Oedrge street ' s. '"' , :. •,;¦ ; ' , ' ,' '. . Academy of Vine, ArtsChestnut, above Tenth. ¦ Artists' Fund Hslliohestnut, «bove Tenth. , Ifranklln InstituteJfo; »...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

mOFLltfMATiJRE ' Jpfao pr&jU ^ majiusiript, of "Pcvcrll of the Peak," ift'tW«\airgraph "S Sir^Valter Scott, was lately,soVt by auction in London, and was knoakod ((fown, after sonjo competitionfor £60, bolnaXo more than it produced,when Sir Walter 's,,.jnanuscripto wor«flol4'by: auct(o .n in Asgoafj 1,881, , -:,:.. ... . : : Whence , Etftfbwgh Review was flrst projected Sydney Smith suggested as its, motto, Tenvi -^Ktifam- medilamur avena, of which he gives tliin ludicrous translation— ''We cultivate literature'. Upon a little oatnioal"—a joko not unworthy, pf fund.. - . I The pev) TS\ J.Coneyboare, the well-known i)ecle«iiiatical essayist in the EdinbnrghReview, and, author, of:<'Pervorsion," a novel, lately died gti^eybridge, near London; aged fortytwo, I -*..;.• ' : ¦• .' I Mr. l»l|oh. Ritchie,' the well-known author and managing editor of Chambers' ) Journal , has* ptMlshea": a little volume, " The New SliiHidr; J ''jl(s name appears alono on tho title.pii...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

[For The Prew.J THOUGHTS FOR SUNDAY. No one can read Hugh Miller's "Testimonyof tho " Rocks'.' without perceiving that Qod himself has recorded upon hui works the record of their creation, and that that record corresponds with tbe Mosaic record, when properly understood:—"Of the period during which light was creited; of the period during nhioh a firmament was made to separate the waters from iho waters, or of the period during which the two great lights of the earth, with the other heavenly bodies, - became visible from the earth's surface, we need expect to find no record in 'The Rocks.' " The geologist expects to find the record of only three of the six days of creation written in hieroglyphics on the rocks.. " All geologists agree that the vast geological scale nstnrally.divides into three great parts: the Paleaofoic, or oldest fossiliferoua division; the secondary, or middle fossiliferous division, and the tertiary or jutest fossiliferoos division. In tie first we find corals,...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

®-|{f'f tit; SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1867. THE JEtTS AND THE SWISS TREATV.' The Mitwaukie Daily American, edited by Mr. A. WELMHaioM.HAET, a member of the Jewish persuasion, makes a strong complaint of the ' mannor in which, by the late treaty witli Switzerland, the ; rt)ligioUs faith of American Jewish citizens is placed under,a ban. It says: <( Much' exoifamenfc provails' throughout tho Union amongst' the Jewish citicens in consequence of the first nrticlo of this treaty claBliing with their roligloos liberty. The history of. this treaty ia, that about 1850 the Hon. Dudley Manuthen our Minister to Switzerland, drew up tho draft of atrelty which tho Jews discovered proscribed them from Immunities onjoyed by their Christian brethren. The. lute if. M. Noah,,of New York, addressed Mr. Webstor, the . Seorotury of Stateon the subjectand on his lepresentntions, hacked by thoso 1 of tho Swiss Jowish merchants' residing in Amorioa, he authorized tho rejection of-the treaty, and tho...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

COMMUNIC ATIONS | For rross.J WAS OLIVER CROMWELL A POET 1 The leading literary heresy of tho prosont age of doubt is that which disbelieves either the actual existence of Bhakspeare, or, at the best, gives him credit for nothing more than fathering the dramatic compositions of Lord Bacon. |By the way, it is curious that no such person as "Lord Bacon" ever existed, for Francis Bsoon was not mndo a baron by his own name, but vtw created a peer, as Baron of Verulam, in 1019, when raised to the Chancellorchip, and was made Viscount St. Alban 's in tbe following year.] A paradoxical lecturer traversed England, a few years ogo, on a talking mission, to provo that Shakspenre was a myth; and a more plausible attempt has recently been made, by a Mr Smith, to affiliate Shakapeare'splnja on Bacon. In tho London newspapers is now advertised, as "Companion volnme to overy edition of Shakspoare," a rnnall book, called " William ghakspeare not an Impostor"—being a very matter-of-fact prod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

;¦ . • ,/"' -- . - BilLROAD LINES. ¦ PinwOttitrat B. B^-Depot, Eleventh and Market. .7 A. M., Mali Train for Pittsburgh and the West. ;18.M f. Jl,, Fail Mae for Pittsburgh and the "Wo»t. ?^S5'S-''5 >r Ba!rri ' }"SK 1Mld ' 0« lmoDi »' ' 4.80 P. M., Accommodation Trsiafor Lancaster. li P. M-, Repress Mail for Pittsburgh and the West. ; - • Reading Railroad—lltsfQi i Broad and Vine. r^0A.M.,Ejrarws.,1Cr»Jn.for,EottsTiUe, Williamsport i_ !¦¦ ,, ¦ BImIr»andJH«(rar«»»UJj,, 3,30 P.M.,>»l,oTe (Night Xxprejalraln.) ' <> : ' .-i : ,fj, yftv YeriLiw ¦ ¦ jl-As M.jfroia Remington, via Jersey City. 6 Aj M., fro.ro Caraden, Acoonunodatlan Train. TA.fl'j fromOaradenj via, Jersey City. Mall, il(f A. 11., from Walnut street wharf, ria Jersey city. .2 YtXL via Camden end Amboy, BxpreflS, ,S P.M.,TiaCarndep, Accommodation Train. 6P M., via Oamdeu and Jersey Olty, Mall. 0 T. M.,'via Oamden and Amboy,- Acconvnodatlon. ' - ¦ • . Connecting lines. 6 A, M Mfrora Walnut street w...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

BERKLEY SPRINGS, VIRGINIA. SraoTifKn's Hotel, BEBKisr Spbikqs, Va. August 15, 1857. Berkley Springs is an attractive spot. Its healthrenewing waters are indeed incomparable—a very paradise for bathing—so buoyant is tho water—and so spacious are the bnths—not mere bowls to dip In, after the fashion used by the three men of Gotham who were lost at sea, but rooms filled with the cool luxury. The happy being who laves in this delicious water leaves the pure element at peace with his own conscience and all mankind—and tho glow of gratitude extends from body to soul. I know the usual process is for body to reflect soul, but soul reflects body, too! Alas, how nft an ' During tho post week tho heat has been very oppressive. Tho situation of this house ia unfortunate; it is placed low in the valley, under the mountain; tho leafy screen is grateful to the eye, and tempts an ascent; but the pleasure of being ovorshadowed by so beautiful a hill ii not unalloyed. Tho valley is damp and hot a...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

A PECULIAR PEOPLE. The native population of Java are Mahoroedans. But in a small district known as the Teng'ger mountains, there is found fhu remnant of a people who have never been converted to the faith of Mam. , They remain the nole depositories of the rights and doctrines of im ancient religion, which at one time, and perhaps for a thousand years, prevailed throughout tho island. These people occupy about forty villages, scattered along a range of hills in tho neighborhood of what is called the Sandy Sea. The site of their villages, as well as the construction of their houses, are peculiar, and differ entirely from what is elsuwhere observed in Java. While Java belonged to tha English, and that great and good man, Sir Stakpfohd Raffi.es, was Governor of it, ' he visited these people. This is what he says of th,cm: "On being questioned regarding tho aiat against adultory, theft, and other crimes, their reply was unanimous and ready, that such crimes were unknown to them, and ...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

tiokRESPONDENGE , FROM CAPE MAV. Heat — The, Press — An Imposition-Society — Beaux searet, Why? — Enjoyment — Hops — Messrs. Kisley andFUhtr. ''• "Capk IstAKn; Aug. 19/1857. Induced by jh6 reports that ' the woathor was unusually oool and pleasant for.summer, we paid » visit some few days s'^o to tho cit y;'but soon repented of oiir rash adventure, when we foundit ninety-five degrees iu the' " shade. We returned again on Friday to onjoy the ' cool sea-breeze and seventy-fivo in tho sun. Friday ' last was the wanuost day of the soason, according to Mr Harwood, who states the heat at ei ghty.fbur and a half degrees In hia Think register. ot that' eighiy-four ami a hair, whilst you are sweltering unoqg ' Mw nlnetiesj We havo the authority of Sit, Canning in stating that ' , exclusive of tho Ledger, The Press has tha l&rgcst sale on Capa Islana. Considering the olass of people who vialb hero , Tub PlIBSS has oause to bo proud of its success. In fact, the demand for it hn...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

TWO negroes Srntenced lo be Huu£and Four to Transportation beyond the Limits of trip United Slates. [From the Bichmond (Vs.) Dispatch ot the 10th.) About 6 o'clock,.yesterday afternoon, the trial of tbe six negro meB, Ben, Tom, George, Moore, Edmund, and Robert, slaves of Mr. William Bonlwaro, oharged with assaulting, with intent to kill their overseer, Mr. John II Dodd, on tho 27th of July last, was brought to a close before the county court of Henrico, after occupying six days, and all the prisoners wore found guilty! Marmnduke Johnson,Esq., Judge W. W.Crump, and Hon. J. ' S. Caskie, were assigned as the counsel of tho prisoner?, and these gentlemen never laborod harder in defence ofolients. - The examination of the witnesses occupied four daysand on Tuesday last the argument was opened by John B. Young, £,sq., for tho Commonwealth, lie was followed in an able and eloquent address by Mr. Johnson, and the day was dosed by Judge Crump, in ono of his most powerful and, telling appe...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

U E B D B E-ItJK'. BRQWKy-eBBMISfB J3rf. ANDDBnftOIgT.north-oartcttruW-gU-IH anil wil'^U' ticimlsWind ' yrei&lDi*!Dy'tMMWicii Mi c ' flJwV 4n* i haV*l)e6olJSe"%n ' »"SWnSffa''TAj|ItT*MBDI-f CIWS:of'«ie17aitei)3Maiw.>e%;, .<j..-8*..»h!.t >.'m.'!..h Ihls Buenee 1< a preparation ot.unusnal elcellenM. Dnrine, ' .'tbe - Buhtmer monibsj.no.lamnr or trarellcr ahwild be irtthontit.'afi^eliiiil Wof tK« tK)««!iiln oaWaiandiArtiralarlylnieailolurjiM . ltaiari active aad ea!», M well M a -plwewt wd efllolcnt rismedy. ,, ' .OAlJTiOK^PdnonS cteeiruigAniar^olftithatQao ho riflS o^n ; 'Sred Kiel/VrTniare7A«AI0A OIKQSB, snonld be particular to mV Jor . " Brdwn < » Zb-•JmkJrfJamaaa Qkig(>r,M which ;u warnntodlto bo wt«* l>li' «P'b»ente<ii.«j[id U nrepoted ODly.ky.TSXPKi ]UCK:JBBOwNi * atM,/or aaie at ma JDrng anCGAemlcai »^«K^» ! ! ?Wto«r<(<- I »itftH ao4 OHSSTOTT gtreetsPUUdeiphla; and by all the respectable Drngrlrta an...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

THE WEEKLY PRESS Tke Cheapest and Best W,eelly Newspaper in the Country* . Great Inttpcements to Clubs. On the 16th o( A-Qg«st the first number of The Weekly Press will be issued from the Oitjr of Philadelphia. It will he published every Saturday. THB Wkbklt PnEsy VlU he conducted npon National principles, and will uphold the rights of the Stated. It will resist fanaticism In erery shape; and will be devoted to wnperratlre doctrinesis the true foundation of public (c^Bp&iity an^BCrCia. order. Such awec&^y journal has long been desired in the United States, and H Is to gratify this want tbat Tue ".VkkkLY Pbess will ho published. ' Tub Weekly P&sss will be printed on excellent white paper, dear , new type, and In quarts form, for hlndtni?. It will contain the newfl of the day; Correspondence from the Old World and the New; Domestic Intelligence; ' Reports of the various Markets; Literary Reyiewsj Miscellaneous Selections; the program of Agriculture in a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

gfANOY&'BKBNSrEK-^dMMISSIOir JPl MSB0HA»*S "4^» Iig!i4|? re !Pn'* dA ? 8-rial HAEDWAB» I an4W?I*RTi^J"-* ) i iB »°*!! ' Sort. «PTH Street, Bait * , ' » Oonnnera. rtreetj Philadelphia. ,WMC8 a"V?A. - anl-tf . (New)ia8tralnnt«treetk«|aiidjt<iry. " ' l «u3jr ' - 1&;FIJLI.VfiiB'oim.ihel».:fi?^j « nd tte tra4qgener. ally that they nafe made ' arrpnfrejnea^ Tor one of their . -. ' Buyertleaving jnonttlygl^^o' j grencbj.^nd uormao -~ -\' J ffi6a ' t$&T year«*^xperte^ce t /, i Wie- ' pennahentrosldentftf^irt'lParla^of"vro/dKlhe"firttV<i(nd anrtundant - »rAW,Otoy.tan<>R"*S*'0»1-ri*lllttMlorTnE PCRefi^.-gSiOOl'w* 81 "' 1 W^j'-fr tM*!! European - . *^a\r/^T e%wfttrbparra^n^i^dpia^from»iinplea ¦ • ' .'" ^^ HDB^tfiMi B 'ic Aii^A^n 1 - \Jf JfA0TDKSD-gJKH..SErf «trial. 407 OttKST-. . , ¦ ^H^ fas-iaaT^p B wyyWy^w ¦ ; . - : f^^^taS^a^i^P^^ ' /S^po - |i^. in-«B«tt . iliie;»fl»a2i^^?l ' 1 *?«|| * A".- - :r/-5^K«^3f ifewaSf ' 'Slliiii", n '" i '&a...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

rpHEfSEW; sTOBK 4JTD UVERPOOL ' 1 UNITED STATES MAIL Bl'EAMERS.-TlieBMpj -•^aasffif^wsfeSfi&srrf.*- 11 '; ¦ iT , ^ tSttWOf'eapt'.Wjepri'CiJnlaiock.'•"" "¦*• ' llf ¦ ¦Me* * 3miA«tO, Sijit.«n»»WMt/,''' ':*-"" !1 ¦ ' JSl»«*»»!B».ha»« S»m>»iltil>y-«mti«et, espWMl/ for Opr«W! 6I 'S' 6r ? lc !'>^T« r J' f1 au S. 1>»»1»«P ,W5S»S 11 .w?1 '', toMtrucvfip, aB also ill thalr englneSj to enmre strength »»$«BeM, s md tlielftowinmboationB'for pailen^en ire' uapUaoVfciiel»eJanBe'4n<rComfort. ' ¦ " '} v '-»»'--'-<l--' i Jtlwi'f.pwtsga/riini New York toLlTtrpool i in Jrit Torx, SO and 30 gninoai. 1ioMnhjia9Qtu*c(ttnIuiuipatd foV.'/'^JAliiSiBis 1 JJn»MVeTmproVM^tif-ygut " bulk hB*3* " 'ht^iH'*i-{-^iii ' 4sli~' , "•'': r <st,iii-}- ^i i; 'r - /iji,ils.JPJB0POSS».SATM0Kra4ania:ii!.;f -!T gitardayi July 4, 1861 Wednmday July;»} " 1857 gaJora»r, -4nlrlS,' > 1867 WwInesda/ianljiJ , • 1857 8atatda/,Ang. 1, 1867 Wednesday,it^^pHH; Sitttrdar...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

X''* 'Kew. York and J&aTre ' Steamship CpinpADT ^Tbe United States Mnll ateauaUpa' 1 AKAQO/.S.MO ions, DaTld llneicotoManSeri-and'KTWOK- = 600 ton«, Jimrt A.Wottoncommander, -will leaTe NeinTork; Hnte and.SouthsmptOD, tortlio years 1SJ7 andl68, .oii tie followingW/b: ' " ¦ " ' '- ' . " • ' . .-««"-- ¦ •¦• ¦¦'¦ •' ¦ • itJiTi'iiiw to*k. ' '•' "•"' " ; " ' -,-si 'w lMrc, 1 --"-^•• ¦ '.« •- •"¦» ••-''• -lBjai'i - • ", ¦ rultoii,Saturday,, Aag.-SJ Anny Saturday, Jan. ~ 0. Amp>, . do.,,(,-, gent. H Vulton, .do. , ,teb, 6 Irffoa, ;• a6. " OS..W Aragd, ". ' do.I, MarekO Ara»p», db.': " Nor:' 1* falfon, ' ''dd." ¦ April " 3 VdEa;>.' do, 1 i> -DocMS Arago, ao. ' «fa>" 1 ¦tjiji: * ~ >:u " '- . ¦: ,:«( Fulton, . do: 'May29 " v" x»ATb ' HlTaa ' . ^ " J ' - '' xatATB sbtftHlMPTOK. "' 186T. ' ' ' 185T, ^ ' ' '"'" '- Arajro. Tuetdajj'Acg. 25 A!r>io ' ,'WM£<daf,^ng.^ yulWM) - do,, .Sopt. 22 ralti)n-,,,Jdo.! ,vi Bepl.83 Altgo,,,. ip. OcJ. 28 ...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

,^HWv ' -jpBEi(3Hi:S.BfebTOBI>. ¦ *''-' ' ' ., "';' "- 9Kti#ftt taoVli'Wt «lasa ilda -wheel 8t«iAihip« KBTST0NR STATH a«l«TATB O» QE0EOUnow form a WtsUr LLuefor, the.South and Soathweitone ot&» »Wn> J»Uliig|!yMr SATPSOAY .atiO o'clock,' ,, A !*-f--w:v-i-- - ; ioR-gA.ViKNAH;oA.' '• ¦ " • • " •-; .:U TH1 STEAKSHIP KliYStONE STATS.- ¦¦ ¦ -uA . .l.CH»LB»P..MiJiliian8iCtinm«Bderv i- ¦ > ¦ .-¦ - Will receive freight on.TinJB8PAT,Anirajt 30th, and eafioS 8A»lfl»)X^"A«ira»ti!2nd, »t> o'clocliri'.TI. ¦ . .; iMKBSI&UISan* «ATB OrOEOJWIA v : -!>" >:' H'^j^fc^fiGR^sijaneMoiland SaraxuikU tlidf^^bldf 'Htusiei withSBataers forflorWaiuia JlavMiand irlthVnlltoa8i f,'*c.,,fDr all plac e* In theBouthand Southvest, '" , . „ ¦ ,., 0»Wd Passage in cither jlilp...,. $20 Jw^feifa*.. , do....,,- do, , ...i. 1 ;'.;- 8 *$Wif l<>tnisbZ.ttwi*?l<>n£»tm&irmorning. ' ¦ ¦- ¦ — 1 % ;No hills of lading algned After the «b...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

A SOBER HOUSE, OR HOSPITAL The . cstabliHhmont of a Sober Hou?e, or Hospital, for the cure of habituAl drunkards, has frequently been urged by some of tho newspapers. Tho following extracts, from the work on the Mind, of the latoDr. Benjamin Rush, ono of the medical Pro fossors in the University of Pennsylvania, will bo read with gratification by the public, and the admirers of ,that eminent physician, pilanthropiEt, and patriot. Dr. Rush was one of the signers of the Declaration of American Independence : "The uso of strong drink is at first the effect of free agency. From habit it takes place from ueccssity. 'Xhat this is the case, I infer from persons who are inordinately devoted to the use of ardent spirits being irreclaimable, by all the considerations which domestic obligationsfriendship, reputation, property, and sometimes oven by thofb which religion and the love of life can suggtst to them. An instance, of insensibility to the last, in an habitual drunkard, occurred s...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

THE CO URIS QrunTEtt Sessions.—Judgo Conrad.—In the cose of Hubert Council reported yesterday; the jury brought in a vordiot, of " not guilty." L. C. Catfldy, Esq., for defendant. Christopher Noum, a German, was convicted on the most positive testimony, of the larceny of $71 from a poor German woman. His honorJudgo Conrad, asked him where the mpney .was, and informed him If the money ' was returned he would mitigate his sentence considerably. The defendant said ho knew nothing about it. Sentenced to two years in the Eastern Penitentiary, i ' , ' ¦ '-. ¦ ' ¦ ' James Welsh was convicted of an assault »nd battery on Thomas Welsh. Sentencod to pay Ann Ward was Indicted for, receiving brass castings, knowing them to bo stolen. Jury out. Wm. BJSaH, Esq., for defendant,

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

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Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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