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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 15 September 1852

f i ; trro VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titles Indisputable. JTSEfollgwing Lands being' some of the niost eligible loca- tions in the State have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable. ' J. De CORDOVA -"jj General .Land Agent .. ) COMAL COUNTY. -320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on tbe north bank of th Guadalupe river about 8 miles above New Braunfels. . v TaplyV. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 miles north-west of the city of New Bmunfels. "160 acres Taply XV. Bennett survey no. 61 on the waters of Re- becca creek a branch of the Guadalupe 24 miles north-west of New Braunfels. Jol 1-2 acres out of John Anderson's 303 acre survey on the Gua- dalupe river about 25 miles above New Braunfels. 95 acres Geo. W. Lindsay survey no. 4 on the north bank of the Gua'dalupc river about 30 miles nortu-west ot New Urauntels. " - ' BEXAR COUNTY. NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN to all persons to whom these pres- ents may come that 1 the undersigned William T. Smith of McLe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 22 September 1852

TPE QAIITU.tMCQTFDM AlUEDfPHN TERMS $3 in Advance.) 51 democratic NciiJspancr-E)cuotcb to dgricnltitrc Neuis Politics ana cmt JJitfcrtsts. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1852. NO. 11 CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. I. A. PASCH San Antonio al)' 10 S W. PASCHAL Austin. A. & Geo. W. PASCHAL GE0 GEO. "W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at .tfus- fm. .Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office inAustin at the Old State Department April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCHESON. VM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Laio aug20 Galveston Texas. liR. J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the "-jf". corner building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of his profession viz: Medicine Surgery and Obstetrics Austin Oct 22d. 1851. ' tf. JAS." A.POAgE. C. C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 22 September 1852

i) jar- eto. wJ .. 1 i ifflEii & w lrrt & . I I jw tteuj TJIE S-OIfTH WESTERN AMERICAN. P. DE CORDOVA EDITOR. 'CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER JJgog For President GENERAL FEANKL1N PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. LEMUEL D. EVANS. GEO. W. SMYTH Presidential Electors. District Electors. GUY M.. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS "v. B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent5 to transact business for'tho American in throughout the eastern c ties. TJ" The Hon. Guy M. Bryan will address the people of Travis to-morrow at 3 o'clock in the old capital. g The District Court was occupied for four days last week in trying the suit of Chapman vs. Oliver ct al relative to the title to a farm on the opposite side of the river and other valuahle'propeity in all worth about $7000. The jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. 'gjjr' L. B. Hanchett well known in Texas and Mexico as a travelling merchant and auctioneer died in our town on Friday nigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 22 September 1852

..VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titles Indisputable. THE 'following Laiuls being- some of the 7nost eligible loca- tions in the Stale have been placed in my hands for sale ; titles indisputable. J. Be CORD O VA -us General Xand Agent .. .' i. COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. Taply-W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 miles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. l'60 acres Taply W. Bennett survey no. 61 on tbc waters of Re- beccaLcrcek a branch of the Guadalupe 24 miles north-west of New Braunfels.- lol 1-2 acres out of John Andersou's 303 acre survey on the Gua- daluDO river about 25 miles above New Braunfels. 29.V acres. Geo. V. Lindsav. survev no. 4 on the north bank of the'Guadaiupo river about 30 miles north-west of New Braunfels. ' J'- BEXAR COUNTY. G40 acres originally granted to Jno. P. Shepherd survey no. 314 on sec. 'no. 3 on thn Saletrillo creek 14 miles North East...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 September 1852

i Ht SOUTHWESTERN M mericjln. TERMS-$3 ia Advance.) VOL. IV. 531 democratic JTcu)siopcr iHbotcb to SAgricaUnrc Nems JJolitics arib QLexan Interests. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 ;i852: ($4 at the end of the Year. NoTTi" CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. 1. A. PASCUAL .San Antonio n 4 .GEO. W. PASCHA L Austin. A. & Ge W. PASCHAL Atiorntvs-ai-Lave. - GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside ipermaOently at Aus- tin. Theiiusiness at Galveston .will also receive the personal at- tention of one of tlie firm. Office inAtrstra at tie OldState Department April 15 J1852. ; no-44 1. h. AITCIIESON. WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law an20 Galveston Texas. f'i 1"R'J. M. LITTEN; has removed his Office to the upper-story of (he JLF corner buildinjr on Congress Avenue; opposite the OrlearsHouse and I .--...'-'.. s . . '. it - it - i l r respecttuuy tenders lus .services 10 me puDuc m ine various Drancnes oi BIS prOieSSlon VIZ : lueuianv ouigefif unu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 September 1852

ft- jr fe's- I- ff v -2- Tiisiii3iM AN. -"?. " - -i - IB " P.' DE CORDOVA riHTOR. . CITY "OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY" SEPTEMBER 29 "1852. i-'i For President GENERAL FRAKKOT PIERCE OF NEV HAMPSHIRE. thin ' Hiiii. n-it .For Vice President 01 Ud ih-?' 1william ;ii. .raiNGv: ..-.'. w- OF ALABAMA. ; X on I rj " I A. w t-: 1! 5iEMUEli D.fEVAXS.- GEO. W. SMYTH residential Elcclois. Vishict Eleclois l GUY" M. "BRYAN. U.S. NEIGHBORS -vY. B. PALMER. of New Yoik is our authorized Agent to transact business for the American in throughout the eastern dies. . ri'O3 The Galveston News furnishes its readers with a long reiew of the proposed plan for railroads recommended by the Austin .Convention. The -writer of the article is opposed'to the plan and com- pares it with that lately put forth by the Galvestonians wliich.he thinks much more feasible. If we possibly can take time to devote to the subject we purpose reviewing in our next issue-the last article inthe News. NEWS FROM THE FRONTIER. " : GAPTAIN S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 29 September 1852

$ VALUABLE 'LANDS FOR SALE. ai sav . - Titles Indisputable. THE following Lands being some of the most eligible locations-iin tfie State have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable' J. De CORDOVA General Land Agent COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on tbe north bank of th Guadalupe river about 8 miles above New Braonfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 miles north-west of tbe city of New Braunfels. .160 acres Taply W. Bennett survey no. 61 on the waters ot Ke- becca creek a branch of the Guadalupe 24 miles north-west of New Braunfels. ' 151 1-2 acres out of John Anderson's 303 acre survey on the Gua- eiilunQ river about 25 miles above New Braunfels. 295 acres Geo. W. Lindsay survey no. 4 on the north bank of the Guadalupe river about 30 miles nortn-wesi oi new uraunieis. BEXAR COUNTY. " 640 acres originally granted to Jno. F. Shepherd survey no. 314 on'sec.'Tio. 3 on thn Saletrillo creek 14 miles North East of San An- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 October 1852

I- .? Til CflllTII is I 1 E i Sa wuu i n Ell III Hill TERHS $3 in Advance.) St Democratic Xctuspnpcr Dcuotco to Svjjriciiltnrc JXcms politics auir QLcxan Jfutcrcsts. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 0 1852. NO. 15 Bastrop August 30th 1S52. JEJitor of (he Sou'Ii- Western American : Dear Sir Enclosed herewith 1 send you a copy of an.address delivered by Judge Paschal at the examination of tbe students of Bastrop Academy on the 20th inst. which by his permission we offer for and request the publication of the same hoping you will extend the'favor. . Respectfully your obedient serv't SAM'L W. SIMS. JUDGE PASCDAL'S ADDRESS. Ladies and Gentlemen: Three j'eafs before the close of the fast century the Baron de Bastrop an enterprising Hollander owing to the troubles Tfhich the French Revolution had caused throughout Europe solicited the authorities of Spain having the govornment of -Liouisiana.lor a district of country on the Ouchita nverwhere- on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 October 1852

7 ft " '$ Let the noble work be but the beginning of a bright future The liberal donation of four leagues of land to the aynnta- miento to which your town council has succeeded places some means at the disposal of your public authorities. The great giver of all good has blessed your farmers with a rich harvest and the coming season will bring to our country a j oiling tide of immigration. It is the tried community that knows how to be liberal. All who have sought homes in a new country know the at- tractions of a neighborhood with its schools its churches and its benevolrnt institutions. Add to these a liberally endowed college. Roar beside your great academy the lofty spire of the university and you need not be told that you will be rich- lv repaid in the increased value of your property and the in- tellectual happiness of your children. Citizens of Bastrop it is enough that the work is in the hands of those to whom the eloquent eyes of these children speak. THE SOUTH WESTERN AMERI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 October 1852

J I 1 f!) r u e 1 Anecdote of Dr. Young. As the Doctor was one day walk- ing in his garden at Melwin in company with two ladies one of whom he afterwards married a servant came to tell him that a gentleman wished to speak with him. Tell him" said the Doctor " that I am too happily employed to change my situation." The ladies insisted that he should go as his visitor was a man of rank his patron and his friend. As per- suasion however btd no effect one took him by the right arm the other by the left and led him to the garden gate when finding resistance was in vain he bowed laid his hand upon his heart and in that expressive manner for which he was so remarkable spoke the following lines: "Thus Adam looked when from the garden driven And thus disputed orders sent from Heaven like him I go hut yet to go am loth ; Like him I go for angels drove us both : Hard was his fate hut mine still more unkind. His Eve went with him but mine slays behind."' A Dutchman having a friend hung in thisc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 October 1852

CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES itt t. i oitt t GEO. W. PASCHA L v. raaonjiL . 1 Austin. I. "A-; 'PASCHAL ) T . f 0 e a : ' I. A. &Geo. ) .7irpc-ri- Tnm GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Oalvcslon will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCHESO.W WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and C ounscllors at LaiOj aug20 Galveston Texas. R. J. SI. LITTEN. lias lemoved his Office to the upper story of the corner building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of his profession viz : Medicine. Surgery and Obstetrics Austin. Oct. 22d 1851. tf. JAS. A. POAGB. C. C. MO GLNNIS POAGE & McGENNIS ATTORNEYS AND UOUNSELLOUS AT LAW -n21::ly dastrop texas. E. P. HUNT Notary Public Galveston Texas. rrj Particular atrention paid lo the tailing ol interroealorien. au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 October 1852

Hi j - - ' luflN-i .PERDIS $3 in Advance.) 1 Democratic SCcraspapcr HJcuotcb io Slgricnitnrc iNarros politics nub cxan Interests - ($4.at the end of the Year. IV V6H. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13- IS52: i no: 14 j3DMH)S AND LOST CERTIFICATES. IV. PASCHAL Austin. t rjC!-AnL' ? I- A. & Gno. W. PASCHAL GE0 San Antonio $ .?rrr I HixEO. W: PASCHAL will hereafter lcside permanently at Mus lim Their .business at Ualvcston will also tention of one of the firm. rAprililO; 1S52." receive the personal at- Office in Austin at the Old State Department no 44 ATM. ALEXANDER D?V AlTCliESON. fix.!- " AITCHESON & ALEXANDER -unQi'.A-ltOTticis and Counsellors at Law" arjg20 Galveston Texas. 0B. J. M. LITTEN. has"iemoved his Ollice to the upper story of 1 he -'.'comer building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his. services to the public in the various branches of his .profession viz: Ilediciuc Surgery and Obstetrics. " Austin' 'OcL 22d 1851...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 October 1852

f r. t r UTtpyS U II T tl W Hi K T Hi 11 1 AMliittllflH. ga 'lf ' P. DE CORDOVA. EDITOR. "" CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1852. iBb ; . For President GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. n o! g'tHN -48 0JV7 i For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING; OF ALABAMA. - LEMUEL D. EVANS. liJ.'.j ' GEO. W. SMYTH. -Presidential Electors. District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS V. B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent to transact ."business tor the American in throughout the eastern cties. olKF5 'Professional gentlemen and others having business in the Supreme Court will please obseive the advertisement in another column of the or- de'r of busiuess. Hj!. I-BIUIUS rtiMUXU j.viujkuuv ve understand mat me proprietors 01 me mail line between Houston and Ausliu have bonght out Col. Grant and the agent of this place has received orders to charge per extra baggage at the old price of twelve cents per pound. i1L -itHARRISBURGII RAILROAD. Letters have been received says the Galve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 October 1852

4 We extract the following from the Mobile Tr'ibune. The editor is speaking of information received from a gentleman who arrived on the steamship Empire City from Havana: '"This gentleman was informed bv an Amfiriwin xwhn rn. sides in Havana that a regular Yankee trick was played off vu one 01 ineir steamers a short time since. It was to the effect that a large brig with American colors lying outside the harbor excited suspicions that she had some smuggling operation in view. Under this impression the authorities dis- patched one of the steamers after her. She immediately set sail the steamer following in her wake running close along a reef that projected out like an elbow. She turned the point and ran in a while so as to put the steamer in a line across the breakers with her. In a few minutes the steamer struck on a point of the reef and sunk. The brig then put out f o sea with all her colors flying. No one knew the name of the brig or whence she came." The steamer in question was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 October 1852

7 GROCERIES. t - ' j nrEflavo on Land a(goo& supply of Rio Coffee superior brown wnite loai ana erusnea sugar ana lor saie py fi in tf S. G. Haynie & Go Vtt HARDWARE S?c. STEELE Mills Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stew Kett ties White Cedar Churns Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- received and for sale by 6 S. G. HaiNie & Co. TWEKTJT BARRELS No. 1 Cement five barrels Plaster Pa-. ris just received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. liE HEALED ROBERTSONS BITTERS. 07AN invaluable remedy for all cases of debility and diseases arising therefrom. These bitters are prepared from an original recipe furn. ished.ineby Dr. Jos. W. Robertson of our city. Dr. Robertson has for many years used them in his practice and their unpaialleled suc- cess has bo increased their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- tend'thoir manufacture and distribute them over the country. They jare manufactured only by the undersigued Druggist and Chemist Austin Texas by whom they will be ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 20 October 1852

it SOilintBWtlfcIl lilEllfalii - TERMS $3 in Advance.) 21 Dcniocrtitic -Newspaper Dcuolco to Sericulture "Nicnis Politics anb Sxjtrm interests. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1852. ($4 at the end of the Year. NO. 15 CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. - .. ' T ' ' - -- - -- -."fH.At I. A. & Geo. W. PA&HAL $ GE0- "sohax. 8u Antonio $ Aflorntys-at-Laiu. - Austn- GEO. "W. PASCHAL wihcreafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office inAnstin at the Old State Department April 15 1852. no 44 . V. AITCHESOJJ. - WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys andCounsellors at Law atig20 Galveston Texas. R. J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the corner building on Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of nis profession viz. lueamnc ourgery ana uoszctrics Austin. Oct. 22d 1851....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 20 October 1852

3S I TiE'SOJTH WESTERN AMERICAN. 3fV P. E CORDOVA EDITOR. ..CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1852. For President GENERAL FEAKKL1N PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. LEMUEL D. EVANS. GEO. V. SJIYTH Presidential Electors. District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS V. B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent to transact 'business for the American in throughout the eastern cities. IEP" Judge L. D. Evans under date of 2d October tenders his resigna- tion as Judge of the 6th Judicial District to take effect as soon as his suc- cessor can be elected and Qualified. BEST JOKE OF THE SEASON. Parson Goss of New Hampshire and the Virginia State Penitentiary has expressed a determination to visit Texas for the purpose of prosecuting Gen. Houston who gave the information that he had been convicted of horse-slealiug. : V "Tfl Gen. Harnpy has refused to address the democrats of New York -at Tammany Hall on the ground that it would be unbecoming in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 20 October 1852

' l 0 t n . FOJ i i r 4 ' S .t i I! THE MUSICAL WORLD. " Among the.many good things contained in the last number of the Musical World we clip the follwing rich scene which actukllytcanspired : j Aewjriornings since a man of ordinary appearance came into; our office and after a few preliminary observations in- formed our clerk that lis name was Prof. Sanford ; that he professed music in this city had a great many pupils was anjenthusiastic devotee of the art wished to help along eve- rything and everybody connected therewith thought the Musical World the greatest musical paper that ever was and wSTdetermined to patronize it (with strong emphasis on pa- tronize.)" SaThe cleric was glad to see. Prof. Sandford remarked that l'KaiT the appearance of rain and invited the professor to takeaseat. IfcProf. Sandford took a seat and the following interesting abd!instructivc conversation ensued : Professor : The Musical World is a. great paper a capital ?aper I shall patronize it. Yes sir I sha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 20 October 1852

I I !' 'j-lflll GROCERIES. BSWEflave on Land a good supply of' Rio Coffee superior brown TvliitVloaf and crushed Sugar and for sale by CUJHi S. G. Haynic & Co. HARDWARE $-c. " STEELE Mills Dinner Pots Stone Jugs Odd Lids Stew Kett ties White Cedar Churns Water Buckets and Collin's Axes jus- received and for sale by C S. G. Haynie & Co. TWENTY BARRELS No. 1 Cement five barrels Plaster Pa- ris -just received and for sale by 6 S. G. Haynie & Co. ' JJE HEALED ROBERTSON'S BITTERS. 1 AN invaluable remedy for all cases of debility and diseases arising therefrom These bitters arc prepared from an original recipe "furn. islied me by Dr. Jos. V. Robertson of our city. Dr. Robertson has for 'many j-ears used them in his practico and their unparalleled suc- cess has so increased their demand that it is deemed necessary to ex- tend their manufacture and distxibute them over the country. They are manufactured only by the undersigned Druggist and Chemist Austin Texas by whom they will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 27 October 1852

J IIllfITI-l ESTEI AMERICAN TERMS $3 in Advance.) " 21 EleraocHJtic Ncrospapcr Dcuotcb to SVgticnltnrc JXctas Politics arib gcyan interests. (4 at the end of the Year? JfQU IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAST WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1852 j - nojig GKKDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. i tEiffliai L A & Geo w paschal 5 geo- chal San Antonio J Morneys-aULaw. AuStm' GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter 'reside permanently at -tw-fin. 'Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department April 15 1353. n0 44 d: d. aitchesox. wm Alexander AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Cou'nscllors afLaw aug20 Galveston Texas. t ' D' R: J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story of the nnrnfir hmldin? on Consrress Avenue onnosite the Orlears House and - - -C3 fcJ . ' respectfully tenders nis proiessionyiz 'Austin. Oct."22dU' CfjJ5 Congress Avenue opposite the Orlears House and f d yonrseif trembling' before as before a crown...

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