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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 2 April 1857

ERNMENT,' LIKE -THE DEWS OF HEAVEKi; ;8l40ULD FALL; ALIKE UPON THE ' ' - - ' RICH AND Ys THE ! POOR. JACKS O tt : 5 PLYMOUTH,; -THUM SPAY, AIPMIIL .2, 1S7. (WMOILE;:NO. S. :7 k.:T 14 f niFflgiMfin:oc r.nv Vu s Iii r s s p i V c;tt o r ij . THE MARSHALL DEMÜtMT, mU3HED KTET THÜMDAT MORNING, f " " A.C. THOMPSON & P. MfDONALD ; TERMS: ;- - ' " .:.'-) i ' ' . -t 50 If paid in advance . . '." "q oq At the end of f.ix months, 50 delayed until the end of the year,. T V ' ADVERTISING: One souare (ten line, or M three We I EachidditiOTalinsert.on,'. 0Q U Column three months,-........ 8 0Q Column six months,. V , l2 0Q W Column one year,. 8 00 Vi Column three months r . J5 0Q ' Column sii months, "'.',') 2d 00 Column one year,.....--; 14 oo 1 Column three months, """; '4 00 1 Column six months, ; 4J. 0Q 1 Än;;;e Pri'of one hanire free of charge. - Oc Hcmocntt $olr(!)fiirc! PLAIN RULE S AND. AND iiiim. 11BLTYH CUTS, Our Job Department is now supplied with an ei tensive and well selected as...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 2 April 1857

UTarsjjall gnecnit T UcDOWALD Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning. April 2nd, 1857. CONVENTION! Th Democnrs of Center township, are requeued to meet at t ie Cmrt House, on Saturday next, At one o'clock P. M.. for ti e . i; - en purpose oi nominating lownsnip oiucerw. Political Desperadoes A New Plot of ... tlit Nejto 7orihipperi. - History informt na that Cromwell com- ruktei bis enormi.iet in "The Name of God,"-Soma of the Republican leaders art now springing their treasonable de ins upon the üb r ties of this Union in the name cf "Love for the Negro." With prayer upon their "lips for the safot) of our Country, in their hearts they hops for ha dofn fill. The crushing blow th.it "thoussii-haadi-d giant the PEO PLE dealt their wild sc! ernes lst No vember, seems to hive l.tsheu them into ijsw farr. RESISTANCE to a decree of the highest Tribunal of the land, is now their watchword. Desperate as they were during the late Presidential canvass, we did not suppose they would ever dare...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 2 April 1857

8$ fßäl Mximt X. .TJcDOJW&JLD, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, APRIL 2nd, 1837. iSTQnite a number of buildings are gjo lng up. uti the vacancies caused by the hte fire. Patterson & Cleareland have m t a buildintr nearly read to more into. on the west side of Michin. and fronung Lp.rte strcMjt. hich will be finished ready fr business the coming - wek. J. I" UVstervelt is putting up n tore room on his lot, and judging from the number of hands at work on ti. it win 09 cnisneu in a short time. Pershing's room for Drug store is about finished and a3 though verj small, will answer the purpose antil a bel ter one can bebuilt. Mr. Whi .more has comtnvncrsd buildingnn his lot. Mr. Dar ling has commenced building ou the west side of Michigan Street. "Q" "The eduorofthe Laporte TUes propfi ciea that the lire at this place, will be a blessing instead vf a curse, to the pnper itr of our town. We hope the editor s prophesy mav b ia!ued. but from pres int appearance we are inclined to think itw...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 2 April 1857

Advice to Boys. - - - Wo like au actire boy ono who lias the impulse of tboüge-of the Steamboat in r-" I IIU ,'-- .wr . ; ; ....... ' A Uzj, plodding' anftl-paced chap might, bare gotjdong in' the world fifty rears ago,' but he -don't -these times.V'Ve live in an ago of quick - idea men think juick ea sleep, court, marry and die quick and slow coaches are mt tolerable. Goahead if you burst your boiler!' is the motto of the age. and" he succeeds best who ha-s 'do vr die in him: . - Strire, boys., to catch the spirit of the timesbe up and dressed always, not ga ping and rubbing your eyes, as if you wero half asleep; but bo wide awake for what tVejf naj tarn up, and.you will ba some body te fore you die."" r"Thihk,-plan; and reflect as much as you please before you act; but think quickly and closely, and when you have fixed your eye upon any object, spring to the matk at once; - . ; . - - - - - Bat above all things bo honest. If you intond to be zn artist, carve it in the wood, chisel ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 9 April 1857

1 A 'i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. IÄ1SIHJL MH1W DE MOCE AT. l l I II N II LL 4 I i i 7 TOIL. S.-NO. Business lUvcdonj. Ill : H ILkl 11.1 MM MM MM A j 1 1 i j a rCBUSHEO EVERY THCRSDAT MORXIXO, BY a. c Thompson & p. Mcdonald TERMS: If p.ail in advance At the end of six month?, delayed until the end of the year, .1 50 ..2 00 .2 50 ADVEKTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insertion,. Column three months,. j4 Column six months,. . . . y: Column one year, ü Column three months,. ..? Colunm six months,. . . lColumn one year, l" Column three months,. 1 Column six months i r" . i . . nni mar.. . . . . , 5 00 . 8 00 .12 00 . 8 00 .15 00 .25 00 .14 00 .24 on .45 00 Ycarlr advertisers have the privilege of one hange free of charge. (jc Urmocnit Job (Dffitc! u PLAIN IUj-L-ISfc AND AND CUTS, 8cc, &c. n-,r Tr1 Dnrtment is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selec...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 9 April 1857

Bf iu0 erat T. McDONALD Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning, April 9th, 1557. Fxtra Session. The propriety of Gov. Willard calling n extra session of the Legislature, 13 be i jj pretiy generally discustad by the pa para of Indiana. Tho Governor tut signified to a ccrnmit appointed by the cfSrers of tha banevo hnt Insulations, his willingness to do all he can, cms'.nutiosally, to prevent the in. nates of thot3 Institutions from being thrown on the cold chari.y of the world, uhanever he has any asuranoe that the Legislature would meet in a spirit of con ciliation, and proceed ruh the legitimate businen for which it might be cilled. H3 no doubt will convene it. Many entertain the opinion that the same disgraceful scenes would be re-enacted,were the Gov mor to assemble the Legislature in extra session. The Republi- ai members, are using every device asd stratagem tnthin their power to escape the just odium which attaches ta the larger portion of them for refusing to co-op2r.1t with ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 9 April 1857

t fatal gfpartmcnt. M. 1IcDOA1IjD, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, APRIL, 9th 1857. Card Playing1. Among the many bad habits that are being formed by the young men of our town, that of card pbyi"tf " the most prevalent. A great many of tU boys hare already contracted such a habit of it that there is but little or no hope of their quitting, even when they become old men. As to playing for mere passtime, there may be no more harm in it than any other game, only it appears to be so much moro exciting and bewitching. Men that appear to be perfectly rational on all other matters, will ait and play all day and nLjht. and al most forget to eat or drink unless they have some of the "ardent," which is too cLen the case on such occasions. We do not expect to reform any of tha boys by this little article, nor by any other mcan3 that we could make use of, but sup pose thoy will "tramp riht along" in the path thy have chosen: but we have a word to say to the giili who may think of becoming the wives ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 9 April 1857

Üprhhs of Sülit & Ijumor. 9Jr, Eiiitor. 'A little humor now and tlten, Is relished by (he unseat run." The proprietor of a tan-yard adjacent to & certain town in Virginia concluded to build a stand, or sort of store, on ono of the main streets, for thft purposo of .vending - - - 9 - - - 0 - - - - bii alimpleting his building, he bogan to consider w hat sort of a sign would by best to put up for the purpose of attracting at tention to his now establishment; for days nd weeks he was sorely puzzled on the ubject. Several devices were adopted, tad on further consideration, rejected. At laat a happy idea struck him. He bored an auger hole through the door post. and stuck a calf c tail into it, with the bushy end flaunting out. Afir a while, h noticed a grave looking personage stand ing near the door, with hi9 spectacles, ga ainjf intently on the sign, until the curiosi ty of the tanner waa greatly excited in turn. He stepped out, and addressed the individual. Good Morning said he...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 16 April 1857

-.V 'Si ";''-' 5 - a rfn V THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKS ON. MAISMALL TrMTTllvV fTAniTT) ,- VOL.. 2. NO. 22.) business JUvutorii. -TUB MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, FVBU3HED ITCRT THURSDAY MORNING, BY A. V, THOMPSON k P. McDONALI) TEHMS: If p:itt in advance, At the cml of six months, dclaved until the end of the year, ..1 50 ...2 l . .2 50 ADVERTISlXO: One square (ten linw or less) three weeks. 1 00 Each additional insertion, - Column three months, i? Column six months I. Column one rear,... - " i Column three month J n. Coluira sit months, "Jj "Column one year 1 Column three months, 1 Column six months, ' ' 1 Column one year ':v. , Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one hange free of charge. Democrat Job Office! I? I. A I X AND 8EHLTYR E CUTS, Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain and fancy JOB TYPE, Which enables us to execute, on short notice and r...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 16 April 1857

Til? MOlTR AT jJXJDI. J J IX Ix. L t. Mcdonald.. , Editor. PLYMOUTH, 1X13. Thursday Morning, April 16th, 1651 The Black Republican Faction, Partaking of the spirit that led their party to hope for the "rule or ruin" of our country when they refused to vote sup plies for our suffering army in Mexico and refused, in Congress, to vote the necessary appropriations to sustain the GoTemmcnt, tLat party who concocted tle traitorous scheme of the Hartford Con tention, have earned for themselves, by their reckless "dog-in-the-manger" policy in defeating the Appropriation bill, a de gree ol .infamy which iho people will most righteously award them. Politic! capital seems to bo tho sole nd and aim of each movement of tho Re publicans. In none is it more manifest, than in their action last winter. Their factious course in defeating the Appro iion Bill, has led to most deplorable re sults. Tho Benevolent Institutions of the State have been closed, and the unfor tunate inmates, having been bereft...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 16 April 1857

ilk jural Department. J). lfcftOSSJLI, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, APRIL 16th 1857. Some small boys, whose parents, if they havo any permit them to stay on the street clay and night, are going to dis truction, in our opinion, as fast as circum stances will admit of, and as vre are able to sec the 'circumstances' are as good (bad) as could bo desired. They stay out at ni 'ht until all the business houses have closed, and how much longer, we are ura ble to say. We don't know that thoy com mit any crimes of a criminal character, but this wc do know, that vre havo heard as bitter oaths from some of these boys, as could possibly emanate from the most ex perienced profaner. This is a deplorable state of affairs, and should not be. If your parents don't think enough of your future welfare to keep you out of the streets and out of bad company, you ought to have re spect enough for yourselves, young as you jire, and sense enough to do better. "When you have grown up to manhood, you will then ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 16 April 1857

garbles of ÖüliU-ijumor. Jr, IUI it or 'A little humir note ami then, Is relished by the leitest meu." JBT An absent wif . U linn call 1 upon to reiura to tlie embraces of her anxious husband: Jmo, your absence will ruin all. Tlink of your husb.md your jamits your children. Return all may le well lap py. At any rate encbse the key cf the cupboard where the wine is.' Children ak some curious question f. Wo have a lktlt bv in our hoiiv who came home from Sabbath school one day. and meeting hi mother, the following dialogue took place: Mamma? Well, my dear.' Mamma, the teacher 6ay6 people nr? all made of dust.' 'Yes, my dear, so tha Bildo say3. Well, mamma, sre white people made cf duet. Yes.' Well, then I 'spose colored people are made of coal dusr, ain't they?' Jack, your wife is not so pensive as she used to 1.' Well, no she has left off be ing pensive, some time ago, and has be come ex-pensire.' An old man, when dangerously sick, was urged to take the advice of a physi- cian, but o...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 23 April 1857

MÄES1ALL r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH ÄND THE POOR JACKS O N flYhF DEMOCRAT. I I I II t 1 1 .7 H .1 V .f - v-- v TOIL. 2.---NO. 28.) justness imtorg. fflEMSIULL DEMOCRAT, rCBUSIIED XTERY THURSDAY MORNING, BY A. C. THOMPSON & P. McDONALI) T K n M S : If paid in advance At the end of six months, delayed until the end of the rear, ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,, Each additional insertion, 'S! Column three months, j.J Column six months, i Column one year, V? Column three mouths, l Coluirn six months, U'Column one year, l" Column three months, 1 Column six months, 1 Column one year, :'' Yearly advertisers have the privilege hange free of charge. , .1 50 .2 on .2 50 . 1 00 . 23 5 00 , 8 00 .12 00 . 8 00 .15 00 .25 00 .14 00 ,.24 00 .45 00 of one Democrat Job Office! PLAIN CUTS, gg2 &c, &c. Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 23 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. r. Mcdonald Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday 3Ioriiiiir? April 2:3rd. 1S57. Convent ion. The Democrats of Plymouth arc re quested to meet at the Court-house, NEXT FRIDAY EVENING, at SIX O'CLOCK, for the purpose of nominating Corporation Oflicers. A general attendance is requested. April 23, la . jlniitnll County Agriciiltn- ral Socictv. We have received the list of Premiums ytTered by the Marshall County Airricultu ral Society, which, although in type, we are compelled, by the crowded täte of our columns, to defer until r.ext'week. The Society is yet in its infancy, hav ing been organized in 1CÖ5. Two annual Pairs have been held, and although small in comparison to these held in some of the ! older bounties, vet wo are not without1 m i n , ' , - The American ship Highllyer was wreck - h.opetha, before many more years, we j ed at Formesa. Th; crew were muulercd will be able to form one which will be aland the ship burned. credit to the skill and industry of our en-! " te...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 23 April 1857

je fad frparfmtnt. n. 1Ic101IjM. JRiiitor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, APRIL 23d, 157. Scandalum Jlasiiatum. The election on Monday last, for town ship officers, resulted, as usual, in favor of the Democracy. The entire democratic ticket was elected by a majority of about one hundred and seventeen! The snow fell without any cessation until dark, which may be the reason of so small a majority. Had th weather been pleasant, there is no telling how much our majority would have been! Marshall Co. Democrat. yes Sir And we know of a certain Town that has a large majority, that is over-run with doggeries and rum-holes. Where the "Lccal" leader of the weekly paper is out against card playing by the boys of the place. Where the County Clerk peddles Naturalization papers along the rail-road line, where the Records of the County are altered to suit the convenience of the parties; where they attempt to rob the county Treasury, and the Post Office J is robbed and part of the mail destroyed; where unnatur...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 23 April 1857

gprhlfs ot'ttölit it- IJumor. -4 little humor now and then, It relished by the icisest men." SOXG TO KATE. Mj eyes how I love you You sweet little dove you There e no one above you, 3Iot beautiful Kitty ! So glossy your hair is Like a sylph's or a fairy's., And your neck, I declare is Exquisitely pretty ! Quite Grecian your nose is, And your cheeks are like rose, So delicious O Moses ! Surpassingly sweet ! Not the beauty of tulips, Nor the taste of mint-julep?, Can compare with your two lips. Most beautiful Kate ! Not the black eye of Juno, Nor Minerva's of blue ; no, Nor Venus', you know. Can compare with your own ! Oh! how my heart prances, And frolics and dances, When its radiant glance, Upon me are thrown ! And now dearest Kittv, Its not very pretty Indeed It ' a pity, To keep me in sorrow ! Po, if you'll but chime in, We'll have done with our rhymin' iwap Cupid for Hymen, And be married to-morrow ! Moral Suasion. A California correspondent, writing to an eastern paper, says: Yo...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 30 April 1857

i- ir.ir, II ,:,..r. ,ö l I no Ei ae ot r.i iK.r.z n ?-:r:v z a:ii: be r "neu 'Tl ,50 ! wr5,'n-- in v;h mn i-;-. . :n ri; 3 ci.;?ö, or cS r.tiUiro Ä.iv'i... '"s' fc.- MARSHALL r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE P O OR. J ACKSON. (TM ill? If AfPD A HP liJjjMU'uiiAl. ip Iii ii i .-. Ä 1 t i i ) VOL.. 2. NO. S4.) PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, AlPHIIL S3, 1857. business Hircttoni. r II A I! Ill CBUSHED EVERT THCRSDAT MORNING, BY A. C. THOMPSON & P. McDOXALD TERMS: .1 50 ..2 00 .2 50 If paid in ad wince At the end of six month?, delayed until the end of the year,. . . . ADVE11TISIXG: One square (ten lines or less,) three weck.?,. 1 00 K ich additional insertion, ; . Column three months, "fl j-4 Column six month.-, fit 3 4 Column one year, 12 00 f. Column three month, p " l. Column six months lj n IfColumn one year, 25 00 l" Column three month.?, 14 00 1 Column six months, -2j nn 1 Column one vear, 45 00 Yearly advertisers have the pr...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 30 April 1857

THE DEMOCRAT. T. McDONALD Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thureihy M-irnin, April 33th, 1357, Nicaragua. A few years sinre, the masses of the people knew but little in reference to the whereabouts of Nicaragua: but since Walk er ha been holding forth there, every nwapaper in the country has had some thing to say, either for or against such fil ibustering enterprises. Nicaragua is situated in Central Amer ica, and bounded on the north by Hondu ras; on the west by the Pacific Ocean; on the south by Costa Rica, and on the east by tha Caribbean Sea. Lake Nicaragua lies south and west of the oentral part of this country, and the river San Juan, which mpiies its waters into the Cariibbean Sea at Grey to wn, is its outlet, and is navigable fjr boats. Travelers, who are bound for California or Oregon, frequently take what is called the Nicaragua route, instead of going by the Isthmus. They take a boat at Greytown, and pass up the aforenamed river to the Lake, thence across the Lake, which is wiihin ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 30 April 1857

tmnnntirrit Mk ."K 1 IB Ä Cjjt f ücjiI gtprinttttt. JO. TIcJKKV.Ml, Etlitor. A story was told ua the other day. of a wonderful animal that has been caught by a man in thii county, recently. The story run., that a Tap had been set. on the bank of the "bitf ditch." near Woods Lake for Wolves. On going to the trap the other day an animal of the lixxarJ specie was found, fast and lighu The man tiui seen it report it nine feet long as thick as a w'ooden pail-with fins running from about its middle to its tail, and skin like that of a ...fi.u "The man said," that when he attempted to kill it, it took a mouth full of - . r 1 .x sand and, blew it in nis tace auu rjreo. and that its breath was so bad that he came near vomiting. Truly, this is a wondrful animal. But the strangest thing concern ing it is, that after it had been killed, and before any but the hero had seen it. it mys teriously rolled off of the bauk into the di ch, and has not since been heard of! A New Usb or Newspapers. A cor...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 30 April 1857

SMarhlfs ox Mit fl ijnmor. "l little huinnr now and then, I relished hij the icisest men.'' iAn Irishman, in speaking of a rel atire rho was hung, said did during a tight-rope performance. CSrWhat heavenly thing and what earthly thing, does a rainy day exercise the same influence upon? The sun and your boots, for it takes the shine out of both. EST A Domestic Dkama. "Henry,! dost thou lore me, dearest? " "Why askest thou, Helenora?" ' Not that I fear thy answer, dearest Henry, but because I love to hear thee speak say dearest Henry, dost thou love 1 1 me o Ask the stars if they iove to twinkle, or the flowers if thej love to smell, or the rose to bloom. Love vou! A v. as the : birds to warble, or the breeze to waft its balmy influence: why asketh thou me, I flannel of my heart." j Ä "Because my soul is grieved; care liasjxi o'ercast the joy which once spread sun-! fe shine o'er thy face; anguish sits upon thy ' wj brow, and yet your Helenora knoweth not ! the cause. Tell me, my achi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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